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No. 198 — 121st Year 


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I'ancouwr Inland'll leading newspaper since 1858 

Victoria, British Columbia, Saturday, August 4, 1979 


Some sun , 
high 22 

Weather Details 
on Page 2 


** 


20C Daily, 30C Sunday 



Mainlanders line for gas; 
Don't panic, drivers told 


Gulf truck with flat tire ut Port Moody 


Crew meetings disrupt 
shorter B.C. water links 


Trouble for some of B.C.'s smaller for 
lies came from an unexpected direction 
Friday. 

While everyone was worrying about the 
possible fuel crunch, a number of smaller 
highways department ferries received a 
different blow 

B.C. Ciovernment Employees Union 
personnel forced cancellation of opening 
sailings Friday morning on highways fer¬ 
ries to (iabriola Island. Denman island, 
Hornby Island. Quadra Island, the ferry 
between Little River at Comox and Powell 
River, and the Koolenav Lake ferrv. 


Holiday under cloud 
but ferries jammed 


The prospect of a few rain¬ 
less clouds over the B.C. 
Day long weekend hasn't de¬ 
terred British Columbians 
from setting off in their 
thousands for a change of 
scenery. 

"Extremely heavy traf¬ 
fic" was reported at all ferry 
terminals throughout Friday 
and motorists were advised 
to arrive at least one hour 
before their intended depar¬ 
ture time today. 

Delays of up to five hours 


were reported by B.C. Fer¬ 
ries Corp. at the Departure 
Bay terminal Friday after¬ 
noon, but all cars were being 
accommodated on scheduled 
sailings by mid-evening. 

On the Swartz Bay-Tsaw- 
wassen run. business peaked 
shortly after noon Friday 
and there was a two hour 
delay at both ends until the 
supper hour. 

An extra sailing was laid 
on from Tsawwassen to 
Swartz Bay at K: 15 p.m., and 


Violence mars 
trucker strike 


VANCOUVER (CP) — The gas line camtruT 
Vancouver Friday as motorists queued up to top off 
their tanks after a strike by delivery truck drivers cut 
off supplies to many service stations. 

A score of stations in the Lower Mainland report¬ 
ed that they had been forced to shut down when their 
pumps ran dry. Those still open said business was 
booming. Line-ups were common but customers were 
well-behaved and there was no sign of panic. 

The supply situation was better outside the Van¬ 
couver area, blit some service station operators on 
Vancouver Island and in the Interior said their pumps 
would be empty by early next week. if no fresh 
deliveries got through. 

Some Gulf operators in Victoria were forced to 
close earlier lhan normal Friday because their sup : 
plies were getting low and they had no word from the 
distributors on when more would be coming, while 
stations operated by most 
other companies reported 
normal deliveries by su¬ 
pervisory staff. 

Bob Dunsmuir, of the local 
Automotive Retailers’ Asso¬ 
ciation, again urged motor¬ 
ists not to indulge in panic 
buying which would create a 
shortage where none exist¬ 
ed. 

A feared layoff of Saanich 
public works crews Friday 
evaporated when another 1. 
000 gallons was delivered to 
the municipality's storage 
tanks. 

Gulf Canada Ltd. an 
nounced in Vancouver that it 
would seek a B.C. Supreme 
Court injunction to limit the 
number of pickets outside its 
distribution plant in the Van¬ 
couver suburb of Burnaby 
following an incident of 
picket line violence Friday 
morning. 

Four tank trucks driven by 
supervisory personnel were 
pelted with rocks and had 
tires flattened as they made 
their way through a picket 
line outside the plant. Brake 
failure on one truck was be¬ 
lieved to have been caused 
deliberately, but there were 
no injuries. 

Gulf spokesman Hoy Car- 
son said the next attempt 
to move trucks through the 
picket line would be backed 
up by "adequate protection" 
from the RCMP. 

Bill Lewis, a business 
agent for the Teamsters, de¬ 
nied that union members 
Were responsible for the at¬ 
tack. 

Page 2—Gas queue 



Business booms at Richmond gas station—but mostly to top off partially-filled tanks 


The crews are ail members of BCGEU’s 
marine component and they held meetings 
protesting the long-term employment of 
auxiliary crewmen. 

The crews went back on the second 
shift, after being urged to do so by BCGF.U 
representatives, a union spokesman said. 

Teamster pickets, representing striking 
fuel drivers, did appear for a time on the 
Nanaimo-Gabriola Island run, but they left 
later Friday. 

According to a highways department 
spokesman, there were no immediate fuel 
problems envisaged either. 


Premier’s snafu 
estimate: $17,000 

VANCOUVER (CP) — Premier Bennett said 
Friday reports that the cost of recalling the B.C. 
Legislature for an emergency session would reach 
$li)(l.oon are incorrect. 

Bennett said $17,000 is a more accurate estimate 
of the cost of nntifing the province's 57 MLAs, to send 
airplanes to retrieve most of them and to run (he 
Legislature during the special sitting. 

However, controller-general L. G. Bonnell said 
before the special sitting that it costs about $00,000 a 
day to run the Legislature during a session. 

The emergency sitting was called to correct a 
government-error which had put the Seaboard'Life 
Insurance Co. out of business. Its licence was inad¬ 
vertantly repealed when the Obsolete Statutes Re¬ 
peal Act was passed during what was supposed to be 
the final session of the sitting Tuesday. 


Second panel 
cites ‘error’ 
at Alert Bay 


By BILL SMITH 

Colonist reporter 

Tile treatment given an 11- 
year old Indian girl by a doc¬ 
tor found negligent by a 
coroner’s jury in the child's 
death "represents a regret¬ 
table and serious error in 
judgment." a committee of 
the B.C. College of Physic¬ 
ians and Surgeons has 
ruled. 


Stricken ship sinks, 
biggest loss at sea 


The supertanker Atlantic Empress was the big¬ 
gest ship ever lost when it sank Thursday 560 kilo¬ 
metres off Tobago, two weeks after a collision with 
another tanker in the Caribbean. 

And the Liberian-registered vessel look 100.000 
tons of precious crude oil to the bottom of the sea, 
salvage and insurance officials said Friday. 

Lloyds, the Insurance brokers, said ill London 
that the 292.666-ton vessel and its original cargo of 
275.000 tons of oil was the greatest loss at sea. 

Lloyds added that the financial loss, possibly 
about $106 million, could be the largest ever sus¬ 
tained. 


that cleared up Friday's 
backlog, according to a fer¬ 
ries spokesman. 

Today’s forecast for 
Greater Victoria calls for 
morning cloud followed by a 
sunny afternoon with a max¬ 
imum of 22 degrees Celsius. 

Sunday should be mainly 
cloudy, with a return to 
cloudy morning and sunny 
afternoon Monday. 

The breaks in the sunshine 
are due to a weak ridge of 
high pressure over the coast¬ 
al area, being affected by 
moisture from a broad dis¬ 
turbance centred in the In¬ 
terior. 

No precipitation is fore¬ 
cast for Greater Victoria 
during the long weekend but 
there is a chance of isolated 
showers Sunday along the 
west coast. 

Weekend highs will be 
from 21 and 25, and over¬ 
night lows between II and 

13. 

Campers should remem¬ 
ber that owing to an ex¬ 
tremely high fire hazard a 
campfire ban is in effect 
along the entire eastern 
coast and southern half of 
Vancouver Island and the 
southern section of the 
Lower Mainland. 


Britain, Tanzania 
span differences 


LUSAKA. Zambia (UPI) 
— British Prime Minister 
Margaret Thatcher told 
Commonwealth summit 
leaders Friday that she will 
propose a new comprehen¬ 
sive peace plan to end the 
conflict in Zimbabwe Rhode¬ 
sia by the end of the year. 

In speeches remarkable 
for their similarity and mod 
eration. both Thatcher and 
Tanzanian President Julius 
Nyerere called for a cease¬ 


INSIDE TODAY 

Arms incinerated, 

Bridge 

22 

girl gets millions 

Business 

Church News 

6-8 
16, 17 

—Page 9 

Classified 

29-42 

Comics 

Crossword 

Editorials 

28 

22 

4 

CTV gets licence 

—with strings 

Entertainment 

King Fisherman 

23-25 

20 

—Page 23 

Letters 

5 


Living 

Marine Calendar 

21 

20 

Keep Pctrocan, 

Medical 

21 

NDP urges Tories 

Names in the News 
Provincial Court 

9 

26 

—Page 27 

Sports 

10-15 


fire and new elections in 
Zimbabwe Rhodesia under 
the terms of a settlement 
that would include some 
guarantees for the country’s 
minority whites. 

Diplomats said the British 
and Tanzanian policies, 
reached after several days 
of behind-the-scenes talks, 
appeared to have averted a 
major confrontation over 
Zimbabwe Rhodesia, the 
thorniest issue facing the 
Commonwealth conference. 

More importantly, diplo¬ 
mats said, Tanzania’s sup¬ 
port for a new British initia¬ 
tive to settle the Rhodesian 
crisis could give Thatcher's 
proposals the weight they 
will need to be accepted by 
both the Zimbabwe Rhode¬ 
sian government of Bishop 
Abel Muzorewa and the Pa¬ 
triotic Front guerrilla alii 
ance. 

As leader of the five so- 
called "front-line” states 
backing the Patriotic Front 
war against Muzorewa, 
Nyerere's unexpectedly con-° 
dilatory speech was of spe¬ 
cial significance. 

In the first such admission 
by an African leader, 
Nyerere conceded the recent 
majority rule elections in 
Zimbabwe Rhodesia had 


brought about changes in the 
way the formerly while- 
ruled country was run. 

But he said those changes 
were "more cosmetic than 
real” and that a new consti¬ 
tution must be drawn up and 
accepted by all parties be¬ 
fore the war can end. * 

Nyerere said a new consti¬ 
tution could still offer some 
special guarantees for Rho¬ 
desia’s 230,000 whites. 


This finding is at odds with 
another college committee 
which recently found that 
Dr. Jack Pickup was compe¬ 
tent. 

The three-man committee 
examined Pickup's general 
competence, while the com¬ 
plaints committee dealt spe¬ 
cifically with a request by 
the dead girl's parents for an 
investigation into the treat¬ 
ment their daughter re¬ 
ceived from Pickup. 

The complaints committee 
found the Alert Bay physic¬ 
ian's management less than 
acceptable. 

The committee's findings 
were relayed this week to 
Pickup and the dead girl's 
parents. * 

The jury ruled that Renee 
•Smith died Jan. 22 of perito¬ 
nitis and a ruptured appen 
dix "due to negligence on the 
part of Dr. Pickup to supply 
adequate medical care and 
procedures," five days af¬ 
ter she was admitted to St. 
George’s Hospital with se¬ 
vere abdominal pains. 

Pickup, still conducting 
his practice in the village of 
1,800 on Cormorant Island, 
was not available for com¬ 
ment on the latest findings. 

In a letter to the dead girl's 
Page 2—Doctors' 


Loto Canada 
to provinces 
by September 


U.S. routes aliens into killer desert 


SAN YSIDRO, Calif. (AP) — The U.S. 
Border Patrol, hoping to stem the tide of 
illegal aliens from Mexico, is diverting 
them to the deserts and mountains, even 
though an official says, "We realize it 
could-mean death for many from exposure 
'or thirst." , - 

The diversion is being accomplished in 
part by a new fence under construction at 
this San Diego border district about -10 
kilometres from downtown and 16 kilo¬ 
metres from the Pacific Ocean. The patrol 
has also doubled the number of bor¬ 
der police in the San Diego area. 


In addition to blocking traditional alien 
smuggling routes, authorities have de¬ 
manded that minimum wages be paid to 
aliens. And Chief Patrol Agent Donald 
Cameron said U.S. employers are being 
charged more by alien smugglers. 

A record 9-11 illegal aliens were cap¬ 
tured last month by officers at Campo. a 
mountain town 100 kilometres east of San 
Diego. 

Cameron’s assistant, William Selzer, 
agreed the new policy may cause death. 

“It isn’t uncommon to find a body in the 
desert,” Selzer said, because a person 


“just goes out there, lays down and dies.” 

But he said the patrol isn’t “trying to 
kill anyone — it's not the plan that they will 
go and die" in the searing desert heat 
where temperatures now soar to almost 50 
degrees Celsius. 

A bill in Congress would authorize an 
additional $11.5 million for 195 new border 
patrolmen, with as many as 210 to be sent 
to San Ysidro. 

The appropriations bill was approved 
unanimously by a Senate and House of 
Representatives conference committee 
earlier this week but needs approval of 


both the full Senate and House and Presi¬ 
dent Carter's signature. 

Meanwhile, construction of the nine-ki- 
lomelres fence is under way in both direc¬ 
tions from San Ysidro. 

Joseph MacDonald, the patrol's chief 
agent at El Centro, said smugglers have 
been using tire inner tubes and ropes to gel 
"30 or 10 people at a time” to the U.S. 
from Mexico via the All-American Canal at 
the border between Yuma, Ariz.., and Ca¬ 
lexico. 

At least once a month, the body of a 
drowned Mexican is found in the canal. 


FREDERICTON (CP) — 
Control of Loto Canada is 
expected to be signed over to 
the provinces by the end of 
this month, the chairman of 
the inter-provincial commit¬ 
tee of ministers responsible 
for lotteries said Friday. 

Fernand Dube, New 
Brunswick’s finance minis¬ 
ter, said the 10 provincial 
ministers agreed in Ottawa 
on Thursday to a formula for 
transfer of the national lot¬ 
tery to provincial from fed¬ 
eral jurisdiction. 

"We already have in place 
the $5-a-tieket provincial lot¬ 
tery which is looked after by 
the inter-provincial lottery, 
corporation and five region¬ 
al lottery commissions,” 
Dube said in an interview. 

“Our intention is to use the 
same format for the $10-a- 
ticket national lottery be¬ 
cause it has worked well for 
the provincial lottery. It will 
prevent duplication of ad¬ 
vertising and administration 
and set the record straight 


once and for all that this field 
(lotteries) belongs to the 
provinces.” 

Dube said that within the 
next few days he w ill present 
to Steve Paproski, the fed¬ 
eral minister in charge of 
Loto Canada, the provinces' > 
proposals for transfer of the 
lottery. 

"The sooner the provinces 
gel control of Loto Canada 
the better and I’m optimistic 
we will be in a position to 
sign the documents before 
the end of this month," he 
said. 

Dube said the provinces 
have agreed to expand sup¬ 
port for fitness and amateur 
sport in Canada. 

He said last year the fed¬ 
eral government gave $3.5 
million in Loto Canada funds 
for promotion of amateur 
sport. The finance minister 
said the provincially-con 
trolled lottery will “give 
much more than that,” l)ut 
he could not give an 
amount.. 

































2 THE COLONIST, Sat., August 4, 1979 


OFF PAGE ONE/WEATHER 


World Airways strike leaves hundreds stranded 


PARIS (CP) — Hundreds of irate 
would-be passengers on charter air¬ 
craft noisily complained Friday at 
Orly airport near Paris after being 
told at einbarcatlon time that their 
flights to Canada and the United States 
had been cancelled. 

The passengers were due to leave 
France on World Airways but officials 
of the Jet'am .travel agency, which 
sold'the tickets, said the Oakland, 
Calif., based airline is on an unlimited 
strike. 

The strike also has threatened res¬ 
cue flights for thousands of Southeast 


Asian refugees to the United States. 

More than 1,300 World Airways 
pilots, flight attendants and mechan¬ 
ics went on strike early Friday at the 
largest U.S. charter airline. 

Brian Cooke, World's senior vice- 
president said he hopes crew members 
will agree to continue the (rescue) 
flights. 

The members of Teamsters Union 
Local 2707 began the strike after the 
midnight Thursday deadline. Earlier, 
they rejected a contract offer. Small 
picket lines formed early Friday at the 
airline's headquarters at Oakland. 


Cooke said 12 flights with 400 per¬ 
sons each, or about 5,000 refugees, 
were scheduled through the remainder 
of the month for the Vietnamese refu¬ 
gees, who arc being flown to Travis air 
force base, about 72 kilometres north¬ 
east of San Francisco. 

A plane bearing about 365 Indochin¬ 
ese refugees arrived early Friday, 
Cooke said. He said the airline com¬ 
mitted four DC-10 jetliners to daily 
flights of refugees to the United States 
from Malaysia beginning two weeks 
ago. World uses a fleet of 11 jetliners 


for about 20 flights daily around the 
world. 

The flights are contracted by the 
Intergovernmental Committee for Eu¬ 
ropean Migration, Cooke said, a group 
made up of 33 countries. The commit¬ 
tee bills the U.S. state department 
for the flights, he said. 

Cooke said union members have 
agreed to continue military contract 
flights, about 30 per cent of World’s 
chartered service. However, the refu¬ 
gee flights arc not considered military 
flights, he said. 

If union members refuse to conduct 


the flights and other crew members 
are unavailable, Cooke said the airline 
will try to have other airlines take up 
the slack. However, he said that at this 
time of year most airlines' schedules 
arc jammed. 

Dan Porter, Teamster Local 2707's 
business representative, said union 
members do not plan to operate refu¬ 
gee flights and any union members 
who agree to work on those flights 
would be considered “scabs." 

Porter said the union wants higher 
wages and single rooms for flight at¬ 
tendants when they are away from 


home. He said wages are "30 to 40 per 
cent" behind other persons holding 
same jobs in other airlines. 

Cooke said the airline is paying the' 
highest wages possible as a U.S. gov¬ 
ernment contract airline but he de-.' 
dined to detail the salaries. 

The U.S. Civil Aeronautics Board 
has said that in the event of a strike, 
other domestic and foreign airline 
would be permitted to pick up strand¬ 
ed World Airways passengers and that 
its cargo might be carried in available 
space on other airlines. 


Plane crash kills 
seven in family 


RUSTED MICKEY GOES 
FOR $1,130 AT AUCTION 

LONDON (Reuter) — A rusted Mickey Mouse 
doll with a bent ear, scratched paint and no tail sold 
for $1,130 Friday at Sotheby's. 

The clockwork doll, 23 centimetres high, was 
made in the United Stales in about 1930. It was in a 
sale of more than 300 toys based on Walt Disney 
characters. 


B.C. fishing 
shutdown 
hangs on vote 

VANCOUVER (CP) — A shutdown in the British Co¬ 
lumbia fishing industry appears to hang on voting today by 
1.000 shoreworkers. 

Six hundred tendermen, also represented by the Unit¬ 
ed Fishermen and Allied Workers Union, were also voting 
Friday and today, but union officials have recommended 
they acceept the tentative agreement. 

« 

UNION PRESIDENT Jack Nichol said it was less likely 
that the shoreworkers would accept the latest industry 
offer, which the union has recommended they reject. 

The union has set Sunday as a strike deadline if a set¬ 
tlement cannot be reached. 

SEVEN THOUSAND salmon net fishermen - have al¬ 
ready accepted the industry's offer on fish prices. 

In a final negotiating session Thursday night, tender- 
men were offered a 10.5-per-cent increase on a daily base 
rate of $92.97. 

Nichol said the union also won an industry guarantee 
that tendermen would be furnished with survival suits 
by next year’s herring season. 

THE INDUSTRY UPPED its offer to shoreworkers by a 
dime, to an 80-cents-an-hour increase on a base rate of 
$7.42, but the union is holding out for a $l-an-hour increase 
and "there are a number of key issues that have not been 
acted upon," Nichol said. 

He said the union wants cannery workers and women 
fresh fish workers to receive the same higher rate paid to 
fresh fish workers after 1,000 hours. 


HAYS, Kan. (UPI) — A 
twin-engined private 
plane crashed Friday 
night while attempting an 
emergency landing at a 
small central Kansas 
landing strip, killing 
seven members of an 
Ohio family. 

Ellis County Sheriff Dave 
Wasinger said the pilot was 
in radio contact with his 
brother when the plane sud¬ 
denly plummeted to the 
ground three-fourths of a 
mile short of the runway and 
exploded into flames. 

Wasinger identified the 
victims as pilot Thomas R. 
Murfin, 34; his wife, Joan. 32; 
their sons, Mark, 13, Math¬ 
ew, 14. and Michael, 10; and a 
daughter, Elizabeth, 6. 

A 10-ycar-old newphew 
was also killed in the crash, 
but his identity was not im¬ 
mediately known. All seven 
victims were from Colum¬ 
bus, Ohio. 

Wasinger said the twin-en¬ 
gined plane was owned by 
the company Murfin operat 
ed, but the sheriff said he did 
not know the company's 
name. 

“He (Murfin) apparently 
was having engine prob¬ 
lems,” Wasinger said. “His 
brother (John Murfin, also 
of Columbus) was in radio 
contact with him at the time 
it went down." 

Wasinger said the pilot 
told his brother he was hav¬ 
ing problems, but he did not 
elaborate. But Wasinger 
said one witness said he saw 
flames before the plane went 
down., 

Wasinger said the bodies, 
which were burned bogond 
recognition, would remain in 
the burned fuselage until 
Federal Aviation Adminis¬ 
tration authorities arrived at 
the scene Saturday. 



Detector rests from coast guard labors 


Retired ship buried 
up to its water line 


L ISLET-SUR-MER, Que. (CP) - 
The Coast Guard vessel Detector has 
been put out to pasture—literally. 

Built in Sorel, Que., in 1915, the 
584-ton ship spent a quiet life taking 
soundings in the St. Lawrence River 
for a little more than 60 years until its 
retirement in 1976. 

Now it belongs to Cyrille Frigault, a 
local entrepreneur in this town on the 
south shore of the St. Lawrence River, 
about 75 kilometres northeast of Que¬ 
bec City. 


The bright red hull of the Detector 
can be seen from highway 132 by 
passing motorists. It is a good 200 
metres inland, buried up to its water 
line. 

Frigault plans to open it as a mu¬ 
seum next spring. “It’s fully 
equipped," he says. 

Next month three more coast guard 
ships will be sold in Quebec City. They 
arc the tenders Squaw and CCGS 
Ernest Lapo/nteand the icebreaker N. 
B. McLean. 


It’s customs 
to the letter 


Doctors’ findings at odds 


LONDON (AP) •*- Cus¬ 
toms officers began a slow¬ 
down Friday to protest gov¬ 
ernment plans to reduce 
staff. 

There were 90-minute 
delays at Heathrow Airport 
and more than 2,000 passen¬ 
gers on the Harwich-Holland 
ferry were delayed for near¬ 
ly an hour. 

Officers followed the rule 
book, inspecting duty-free 
inventories of alcohol and 
tobacco aboard aircraft and 
sealing the stocks on incom¬ 
ing planes before passengers 
were allowed off. 

The government says it 
wants to cut jobs to save 
money. The officers’ union 
says more staff is needed. 

Heathrow was expecting 
100,000 passengers today at 
the start of the busiest vaca¬ 
tion period of the year. Offi¬ 
cials said weekend delays 
might stretch to four hours. 

The 500 customs officers 
at Heathrow made meticu¬ 
lous inspections of baggage 
of passengers with taxable 
goods to declare, and 
stepped up spot checks of 
passengers who normally 
walk through if they have 
nothing to declare. 

The union to which most of 
the workers belong, the So¬ 
ciety of Civil and Public Ser¬ 
vants, said many passengers 
abandoned duty-free liquor 
and cigarettes rather than 
wait in the lines. 

The union claimed officers 
seized more than double the 
normal amount of drugs, 
along with undeclared jew¬ 
elry and cameras. 

Spokesman Judy 
McKnight said the finds 
highlighted the union's claim 
that customs was under¬ 
staffed and that more people 


on the job would bring extra 
revenue, from duty pay¬ 
ments and fines for eva¬ 
sion. 

Hoy Watts, chief executive 
of state-run British Airways, 
said the slowdown might, 
cause public disorder at air¬ 
line terminals.' 

Watts ordered extra staff 
to each of Heathrow’s four 
terminals to control crowds 
and help delayed passen¬ 
gers. 

British Customs and Ex¬ 
cise has 28,000 employees. 


Daily News 

returns 

—monthly 

CHICAGO (UPI)-With a 
banner headline proclaim¬ 
ing "We're Back, Chicago!,” 
copies of the Chicago Daily 
News hit city streets for the 
first time in more than a 
year. 

The 102-year-old Daily 
News chased publication oil 
March 1,1978. The publisher. 
Field Enterprises Inc., de¬ 
cided to eliminate the city’s 
only daily afternoon news 
paper because of declining 
circulation. 

However, the new Daily 
News will be published only 
once a month until at least 
October, then weekly some 
time in November, and daily 
within two years. 


Island 
Saw Co. 


617 Chatham Street 385-5500 

V J 


parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ri¬ 
chard Smith, deputy college 
registrar Craig Arnold 
says: 

"At a recent meeting of 
the complaints committee of 
this college, your complaint 


Gas queue comes to B.C. 


"It wasn’t us that did it and 
we’re not going to be blamed 
for it,” he said. 

“It’s not our style. We 
have a reputation for being 
lough negotiators and run¬ 
ning efficient strikes, but 
we’re not involved in those 
kinds of activities." 

The strike began Tuesday 
when 120 delivery truck driv¬ 
ers, warehousemen and of¬ 
fice workers at Gulf walked 
out to back contract de¬ 
mands. 

They were joined Thurs¬ 
day by 50 workers at Impe¬ 
rial Oil Ltd. and 24 at Chev- 
ron Oil Ltd All are 
represented by Local 213 of 


Fro iii l*jif»> | 


the International Brother¬ 
hood of Teamsters. 

The Gulf workers, seeking 
their first contract with the 
Teamsters, are demanding 
an increase of $2.12 an hour 
on a base rate of $8.72 an 
hour under their old agree¬ 
ment. 

All talks broke off Thurs¬ 
day and no more are sche¬ 
duled. 

Unlike Gulf, Imperial and 
Chevron report no difficulty 
in getting a a few relief deli¬ 
veries through the picket 
lines at their plants, but 
some question remained 


whether enough supervisory 
drivers could be recruited to 
keep pace with demand. 

“We’ll have enough driv¬ 
ers," said Imperial spokes¬ 
man Don Coghill. "We’ve got 
to have enough drivers or 
there’ll be a real supply- 
problem.” 

Gulf's problems also 
rubbed off on Texaco sta¬ 
tions which are contracted to 
receive their deliveries from 
Gulf trucks. 

B.C. Ferries has warned 
that some sailings could be 
disrupted if the Teamsters 
pickets hold up supplies of 
diesel fuel and lubricants. 



General manager Charles 
Gallagher said the ferries 
that ply the run between 
Tsawwassen, near Vancou¬ 
ver, and Swartz Bay were 
fuelled up for the weekend, 
although problems could de¬ 
velop on the run between 
Horseshoe Bay and Nanai¬ 
mo. 

Gallagher said the cor¬ 
poration was considering 
asking the B.C. labor rela¬ 
tions board for an injunction 
to limit Teamster picketing 
if problems develop. 

Members of the B.C. 
Ferry and Marine Workers 
refused Friday to receive 
three truckloads of fuel de¬ 
livered to Tsawwassen by 
supervisory drivers for 
Chevron. 


regarding service to your 
daughter by Dr. Pickup was 
carefully reviewed. 

“The committee after re¬ 
viewing the information was 
of the opinion Dr. Pickup 
made either a serious error 
in diagnosis, or if he made 
the correct diagnosis, his 
treatment of the problem 
was inappropriate. 

"In view of the fact that 
Dr. Pickup has been investi¬ 
gated by college examiners 
under section 48A of the B.C. 
Medical Act to determine his 
competence, and was found 
to be competent, this case in 
the opinion of the committee 
represents a regrettable and 
serious error in judgment, 
and the opinion of the com¬ 
mittee will be conveyed to 
Dr. Pickup and appropriate 
action taken by the col¬ 
lege." 


A college spokesman re¬ 
fused comment on the action 
which would be taken by the 
college. 

The college’s executive 
committee ruled last week 
that Pickup “Is competent 
and demonstrated more than 
adequate skills in diagnosis 
and management." 

The decision came after a 
three-day evaluation by the 
unnamed three-doctor 
team. 

The examination, accord¬ 
ing to college registrar Dr. 
J.A. Hutchison, covered both 
clinical and academic as¬ 
pects. 


PRELIMINARY NOTICE 
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 
SOUTHERN VANCOUVER ISLAND 
HOSPITAL SOCIETY 

8:00 P.M. 27 SEPTEMBER 1979 

SCHOOL OF NURSING AUDITORIUM 
841 FAIRFIELD ROAD 

NEW MEMBERS JOINING PRIOR TO 
27 AUGUST 1979 (MEMBERSHIP FEE $2.00) 
WILL BE ELIGIBLE TO VOTE AT THIS 
MEETING 



388-7021 


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Aug. 4, 1979 

Morning cloud, sunny in 
the afternoon. Winds moder¬ 
ate westerly. Friday's pre¬ 
cipitation: nil. Sunshine 8 
hours 18 minutes. Recorded 
high and low at Victoria air¬ 
port 19 and 12. Today's fore¬ 
cast high and low 22 and 12. 
Today’s sunrise 5:51, sunset 
8:47. Moonrise 5:47 p.m., 
moonset 2:15 a.m. Sunday 
outlook: cloudy with sunny 
periods. 

East coast of Vancouver 
Island — Cloudy with after¬ 
noon sunny periods. Winds 
moderate northwesterly. 
Friday’s precipitation: nil. 
Recorded high and low at 
Nanaimo 22 and 12. Forecast 
high and low 22 and 12. Sun¬ 
day outlook: cloudy with 
sunny periods. 

'"'Vest coast of Vancouver 
Island — Cloudy with sunny 
periods. Winds light to mod¬ 
erate westerly. Forecast 
high and low at Toflno 18 and 
H). Sunday outlook: mostly 
sunny 

North coast of the Main¬ 
land — Mostly sunny. Winds 
light to moderate northwest¬ 


erly. Forecast high and low 
18 and 11. Sunday outlook: 
mostly sunny. 

Extended outlook, Monday 
through Wednesday — mosi- 
!y dry but slight chance of a 
few showers, mild tempera¬ 
tures. Highs 20 to 25. Lows 9 
to 13. 


Prince George 

17 

7 

_ 

Williams Lake 

17 

7 

1.8 

Kamloops 

25 

14 

18 

Whitehorse 

19 

9 

3.6 

Fort Nelson 

16 

8 

2.9 

Fort St. John 

13 

8 

04 

Peace River 

13 

8 

0.6 

Yellowknife 

70 

8 

_ 

Inuvik 

20 

8 

<2 

Seattle 

23 

13 


St John's 
Halifax 
Fredericton 
Charlottetown 
Montreal 
Ottawa 
Toronto 
Thunder Bay 
North Bay 
Kenora 
Winnipeg 
Churchill 
The Pas 
Brandon 
Regina 
Saskatoon 
Prince Albert 
North Battleford 
Swift Current 
Medicine Hat 
Lethbridge 
Calgary 
Edmonton 
Cranbrook 
Castlegar 
Penticton 
Revelstoke 
Vancouver 
Prince Rupert 
Terrace 
Stewart 
Port Hardy 
Toflno 
Comox 


READINGS 

Max. Min. Preclp. 


25 

12 

_ 

26 

20 

1.0 

32 

20 

_ 

27 

22 

_ 

28 

19 

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28 

16 

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28 

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13 

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26 

16 

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12 

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8 

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11 

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21 

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23 

14 

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12 

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15 

10 

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31 

12 

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14 

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21 

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AUGUST 

TIDES AT VICTORIA 

(Tides listed are 
Pacific Standard Time) 

ITIme HtlTIme HtlTlme HtiTime Ht 
IH M Ft.lH M Ft.lH M Ft.lH M Ft, 

4 0610 6.811330 6.811745 7.412200 8.8 

5 0650 1.211345 6.811815 7.412300 8.9 

6 0735 0.711705 7.511850 7.3i 

7 0000 8 910810 0.511700 7.511955 6.9 

8 0110 8,910855 0 511620 7.512055 6.5 

9 0205 8.710935 1.011645 7.712155 5.9 


TIDES AT SOOKE 

iTime HtlTIme HtiTime HtlTlme Ht 
IH M Ft.lH M Ft jH M Ft.|H M Ft. ' 

4 0535 2.911200 6.911445 7.012135 9.8 

5 0615 2 111320 7,311520 7.112215 10.1 

6 0705 1.611405 7.511700 7.07325 10.0 

7 0750 1.311425 7.711840 6.81 

8 0075 10.210820 1.311505 8.011950 6.3 

9 0125 10.010905 1.611535 8.212100 5 9 


TIDES AT FULFORD HARBOUR 


(Time HtlTlme HtlTlme H 
IH M Ft.lH Myt.lH M Ft. 


HtlTIme Ht 
IH M Ft. 


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0005 10.711815 1.411645 10.212050 8.9 
0110 10.310905 0,811705 10.612140 8.7 
0200 10.310950 0.611740 10.812235 8.2 
0310 10.211035 0.811810 10.912325 7.6 
0420 10.111120 1.311845 11.01 


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WORLD 


THE COLONIST, Sat., August 4, 1979 3 



Elizabeth shows smile which has made her most 
popular mum in Britain as she is installed as Warden 
of Cinque Ports, the first time a woman has been 
given the honor. 


LA PAZ (Reuter) — For¬ 
mer military dictator Hugo 
Banzer, warning that a mili¬ 
tary coup is imminent, Fri¬ 
day called for a coalition 
government of Bolivia's 
three main political parties 
and the armed forces. 

Banzer, whose rightist Na¬ 
tional Democratic Alliance 
placed third in last month's 
general elections, called on 
his two opponents in the in¬ 
conclusive presidential race 
to come to an understanding 
“in the next few hours” 

Earlier Friday, Bolivia’s 
military rulers said they 
would stay in power until the 
newly-elected congress 
chose a president to replace 
them. 

But the legislature has not 
been able to act because the 
lower house has not yet cho¬ 
sen its own president (speak- 
,.cr). 




Britain’s most po pular mum 

‘Indefatigable’ Elizabeth 


LONDON (AP) — Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother, 
turns 79 today, and the uncommon woman Britons, Cana¬ 
dians and others affectionately call (he “Queen Mum" 
remains as untiring as ever, say her aides. 

“She’s indefatigable, not like the rest of us," said one 
hard-worked woman member of her staff at Clarence 
House, her London home near Buckingham Palace. 

So far this year the Queen Mother has visited Canada, 
France, Scotland and the north of England, called in at a 
nuclear submarine base, deputized in the absence of her 
daughter, met the president of Kenya, opened an iron ore 
terminal and attended the races at- the. Derby and Royal 
Ascot. 

She is colonel-in-chief of a score of army regiments, and 
her latest job is Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports, a 
900-year-old ceremonial post in which she was installed last 
week. 

She has jetted across oceans, been whisked about by last 
car. cut ribbons, laid foundation stones, opened buildings, 
shaken hundreds of hands, stood for hours at official 
ceremonies and. as ever, charmed everyone she met. 

The staff assistant said the Queen Mother's health is 
“very good" and added as an afterthoughf: “Well, that's 
obvious, isn't it, from her engagement list?” 

The Queen Mother was admitted to hospital for 19 days in 
196ti for what was described as surgery to relieve a partial 
obstruction in the abdomen. Since then there has been no 
hint of poor health, and the pace never flags for the 5-foot-1 


mother of the queen whose big feathery hats, human 
warmth and stamina of steel have earned her a special 
place of affection. 

The queen is sometimes criticized for being reserved, her 
husband, Prince Philip for being rude, their daughter. 
Princess Anne, for being haughty. But the Queen Mum, 
whose husband, King George VI, died in 1952, can do no 
wrong. 

"It is difficult to imagine someone so universally accept¬ 
able who is not insipid," satirist Auberon Waugh once 
commented. “There is nothing rude to say about her." 

Her simple acts of kindness, such as producing a lozenge 
from her handbag to sooth the embarrassment and laryngi¬ 
tis of a speechless seaman during a visit to a ship, are 
legendary. 

One of her biggest fans is her grandson Prince Charles, 
30-year-old heir to the throne. In the foreword to a book 
about her, he wrote last year that her special gifl 
was "putting people at their ease, turning something dull 
into something amusing, bringing happiness and comfort to 
people." 

She will spend her birthday at Clarence House. Then she 
leaves for a two-month vacation in Scotland, staying part of 
the time at her Castle of Mcy in remote and windy Caith- 
ness-shlre. 

And then? "In October it's back to formal engagements," 
said her aide. 


P Engine loss-\ 
doomed jet 

ROSEMONT. III. (DPI) - McDonnell Douglas 
Corp. did not design Its DC-10 aircraft to survive the 
loss of an engine pylon during takeoff, a company 
design engineer testified Friday. 

"We did not design for the loss of a pylon. That is 
an unacceptable failure mode," said Charles Dun- 
dore, the DC-lOs chief program engineer, who testi¬ 
fied at the National Transportation Safety Board 
hearings into the cause of the crash of Flight 191 on 
takeoff from Chicago's O'Hare International Air¬ 
port. 

An "unacceptable failure mode. ' he said, is 
"unpredictable ... really something that cannot be 
considered in a design requirement... random." 

The wide-body jet crashed May 25, killing 273 
persons, after its left engine and pylon dropped onto 
the runway. 

Dundorc said McDonnell Douglas will continue 
to review designs of the plane and make improve¬ 
ments when warranted. But he said the DC-10 was 
not designed "for a massive system failure." such as 
a pylon ripping free from its wing. 

In the case of Flight 191, when the pylon and 
engine dropped off, hydraulic lines were severed that 
controlled the slats on the left wing. Slats are the 
huge metal plates on the front edge of the wing that 
extend out and down during takeoff and landing. 

On Flight 191 's right wing, however, the slats 
remained extended, causing the plane to swing into a 
roll to the left that ended in the crash 31 seconds after 
liftoff. 


Iran short 
on privacy, 
candidates 

TEHRAN (AP) — With scant privacy, Iranians cast 
their ballots Friday for a 73-member assembly to draw 
up a new constitution. Officials at some Tehran polling 
places said they saw many people voting for candidates 
from (he Islamic Republic party of revolutionary leader 
Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini. 

A number of the secular figures who might have been 
candidates withdrew from contention, saying the voting 
procedures were not democratic. 

Official trends will not be made public until today, 
with final results announced Monday. 

The Islamic party advocates a charter calling for a 
religious state. Khomeini, 79. led the successful revolt (hat 
forced Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi into exile last 
February. 

Procedures for voting were simple, but afforded 
little of the privacy known in most Western countries. 

Voters 16 years old and older bearing their birth cer¬ 
tificates were eligible. They voted on a three-part form in 
which officials wrote personal information about the 
voter on (wo parts, and the voter wrote in the name of a 
candidate on the third. 

There were reports that some election officials in 
Tehran wrote in names oh ballots for voters unable to read 
or write. 

Many polls were guarded by armed revolutionary mill- 
tamen and no violent incidents were reported. 

There are about 190 political organizations in Iran, but 
many of the secular groups boycotted the election. Among 
them were the National Front, the Moslem Peoples Repub¬ 
lican parly, and the National Democratic Front. 

Prominent figures who withdrew their candidacy in¬ 
cluded Hassan Nazih, head of the national oil company, 
and central bank governor Mohammad Ali Mowlavi. 

In Tabriz, capital of Azerbaijan province in northeast¬ 
ern Iran, reliable reports said many voters had written in 
the name of Ayatollah Kazem Shariatmadari — leader of 
the Moslem Peoples Republican party — even though he w as 
not a declared candidate. 

Shariatmadari is a widely-respected religious leader 
in that province, and a moderate. 

At Friday’s public prayer services on the Tehran Uni¬ 
versity campus, about 100,000 Moslem faithful gathered to 
hear speeches urging them to vote for religious candi¬ 
dates. 

The assembly is scheduled to convene in August 
and, within 30 days, discuss and ratify a new constitution. 
The constitution will then be presented to the people for 
their approval and parliamentary elections will follow. 

Uganda army 
rogues’ home 

KAMPALA (Reuter) — Uganda's new govern¬ 
ment Friday ordered all its soldiers to return to 
barracks in a move to end a wave of murder and 
robbery in the capital of Kampala. 

The general headquarters 


Bolivia 

coup 

warning 


of the Uganda National 
Liberation Army, which is¬ 
sued the order, also called 
on the public to report any 
Ugandan soldiers seen on 
the streets after today. 

Hundreds of the troops 
who have lived in the capital 
since Idi Amin’s forces were 
routed last April were 
moved out of Kampala 
Thursday In trains and 
trucks. The government-run 
Uganda Times said they 
were going to training 
camps or to assignments in 
the north of the country. 

Defence Minister Yoweri 
Museveni, one of whose clos¬ 
est military associates was 
murdered earlier this week 
on the campus of Makere 
University, told the news¬ 
paper a complete reorga-. 
nization of the army has 
begun. 

The minister said the 
order"should help isolate 
the bandits who arc respon¬ 
sible for many of the crimes 
around Kampala." 

Kampala residents believe 
many of the violent rob¬ 
beries committed by men in 
uniform in recent weeks 
were the work of former 
members of Amin’s army. 



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1979 


DON VIPOND 
ASSOCIATE EDITOR 


FRED BARNES 
MANAGING EDITOR 


COMMENT/BA CKGR O UND 


SATURDAY, AUGUST 4, 1979 


Politicians 
and civil servants 


ANY GOVERNMENT needs competent public 
servants. By the same token, civil servants 
need competent politicians if government is to 
work reasonably well. We have been treated to 
classic examples this week of each letting the 
other side down. 

It is Premier Bill Bennett, as captain of the 
ship, who must — and did — accept responsi¬ 
bility for the emergency session of the provin¬ 
cial Legislature Thursday night, an embar¬ 
rassing exercise to correct a legislative blunder 
and restore an insurance company to its proper 
legal status. 

But the fact is that civil servants made this 
mistake by not doing a job, by not adequately- 
reviewing old statutes and discovering that not 
all of them were ripe for repeal. In the world of 
private enterprise, a mistake which costs as 
much money as this mistake cost the taxpayers 
would probably result in somebody being fired. 
Is there any reason the penalty should be less in 
this case? 

But a sadder case still, in which civil 
servants were the victims, went largely unno¬ 
ticed on the same day this week. This one 
involved Canada's bilingual labelling laws and 
it is sadder because civil servants, somewhat 
like royalty when impugned by politicians, are 
unable to fight back. 

It began when some local merchants com¬ 
plained about a federal crackdown which would 
see bilingual labelling requirements enforced 
or goods seized. These were small merchants 
importing front the U.S., without the clout 
to force their suppliers to meet the bilingual 
labelling law and without the resources, they 
said, to add bilingual labels themselves. 

No sooner were the complaints publicized 
than federal Consumer and Corporate Affairs 
Minister Allan Lawrence called a halt on en¬ 
forcement. Then one of our local members of 
Parliament, Donald Munro, explained away 
this enforcement of bilingual labelling as the 
work of “some twit" in Mr. Lawrence’s depart¬ 
ment. neither ordered by the minister nor the 
policy of the new Conservative government. 

If there are twits involved, surely they 
must be the politicians who passed the bilingual 
labelling laws in Parliament eight years ago. 
Canada may have two official languages — but 
ill this province where better than I!) out of 
20 speak English and there is no liklihood of 
change, bilingual labelling requirements are 
absurd. 

The merit of the law apart, one of the 
functions assigned public servants is adminis¬ 
tration of our laws. It is grossly unfair to call 
them names when they set out to do their job, 
even when it involves unpopular or question¬ 
able legislation. 


Postscript 


ONE OK THE MANY things we can’t under¬ 
stand is when going to the bank — almost any 
bank — to cash or deposit a cheque and dutiful¬ 
ly getting into the cattle-runs so thoughtfully 
provided by the management, we have to wail 
and wail and wait for service. 

This despite the fact that there might be 
just a handful of customers (say three or four) 
while behind the counters there appear to be 
dozens of bank employees milling about, ap¬ 
parently oblivious to the impatient us. 

Is there a shortage of tellers? Or what? 


This Senate could rival the Commons 


OTTAWA — When Parliament opens 
October 9, it will be the first time in in 
years that Conservatives will outnum¬ 
ber Liberals in the Commons. These 
factors makes the new Commons more 
exciting than the one it replaces. On the 
other hand, the quiet and forgotten 
Senate barely 100 yards down the hall, 
changes hardly at all. Since it has no 
elections, no senator will have been 
defeated. Despite this, the Senate 
could be as exciting as the Commons 
and, quite possibly, more exciting. 

It is precisely because so little has 
changed, wilh the Liberals continuing 
to dominate the Senate, that makes 
it interesting. Everybody knows the 
plurality of Tory backbenchers in the 
Commons will always vote to keep the 
government afloat. But how will the 
Liberal majority in the Senate vote? 

Without support from Liberal sena¬ 
tors, Conservative legislation cannot 
clear Parliament. 

The Senate clearly has a renewed 
partnership in the parliamentary ptyi- 
cess. Liberals outnumber Conserva¬ 
tives 70 to 18 — which effectively gives 
the institution clout it lacked under the 
previous administration. 

But the Senate’s new authority de¬ 
rives from more than just that. Kor the 
first time since the 1920s three cabinet 
ministers reside in the Senate. 

Senator Jacques Flynn holds the se¬ 
nior portfolio of justice minister and is 
one of 12 members in Prime Minis- 


John Sawatsky / 

FP News Service 
First of a three-part series 


ter Joe Clark's inner cabinet. He is the 
government's legal advisor at a time 
when Quebec w ill be holding its crucial 
referendum. 

Senator Robert dc Cotret as minister 
of industry, trade and commerce holds 
one of the three top economic portfo¬ 
lios and is responsible for developing 
strategy in maintaining the viability of 
the country's economy. 

Senator Martial Asselin, responsible 
for the Canadian International De¬ 
velopment Agency, is a junior minister 
but even he presides over a billion 
dollar budget and controls an impor¬ 
tant aspect of Canada's foreign 
policy. 

Even if it wanted to, the Senate 
cannot continue its low-profile role in 
Parliament with such cabinet rep¬ 
resentation among its ranks. Our dem¬ 
ocratic system requires cabinet minis¬ 
ters to be accountable to Parliament 
and this process is usually satisfied in 
the Commons' daily question period, 
where any MP can ask any cabinet 
minister almost any question. The Sen¬ 
ate now must assume this vital re¬ 
sponsibility for the ministers in its 
chamber. That means the Senate's 
genteel question period is bound to ac- 



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There are lessons for Joe 
in the history of Cameroun 


The prime minister's re¬ 
ception in Cameroun was 
gratifying indeed, including 
the 21-gun salute usually ac¬ 
corded only monarchs and 
presidents. After all. Afri¬ 
can states that accepted 
from Canada more than the 
$75 million given to Ca¬ 
meroun did not wish to re¬ 
ceive him at all. 

If Joe Clark studied the 
recent history of his host 
country, or perhaps from the 
consultations he had with the 
president of Cameroun. he 
may have learned an inter¬ 
esting lesson which may 
have some implication for 
Canada. 

After early explorations 
came sporadic coastal set¬ 
tlements by Portuguese, 
Spaniards. Dutch and Brit¬ 
ish for commercial, military 
and missionary purposes, in¬ 
cluding the establishment by 
the latter of Victoria, the 
first town to be settled by- 
Europeans. Late-coming 
German traders and soldiers 
colonized the entire area and 
squeezed the others out, in 
spite of a different prefer¬ 
ence as seen in a letter writ¬ 
ten in 1879 by a local African 
King and four tribal princes 
to Queen Victoria: 

“Dearest Madam. 

We your servants have 
join together and 
thoughts it better to 
write to you a nice loving 
letter which will tell you 
about all our wishes. We 


Efgar S. Efrat 


wish to have your laws in 
our towns. We want to 
have every fashion al¬ 
tered, also we will do ac¬ 
cording to your consuls 
word. Plenty wars here 
in our country. Plenty- 
murder and plenty idol 
worshippers. Perhaps 
these lines of our writing 
will look to you as an idle 
tale. We have spoken to 
the English Consul 
plenty times about hav¬ 
ing an English govern¬ 
ment here. We never 
have answer from you. 
so we wish to write our¬ 
selves. When we heard 
about Calabar River, 
how they have all Eng¬ 
lish laws in their towns, 
and how they have put 
away all their supersti¬ 
tions. oh we shall be very 
glad to be like Calabar 
now.’’ 

The Berlin Treaty of 1884 
legalized the German occu¬ 
pation which lasted for 30 
years. Imperial Germany 
established uniform law and 
commerce, fixed the inter¬ 
national frontiers, incor¬ 
porating numerous tribes, 
laid a network of roads and 
railways and built most of 
the towns. In short, German 
Kamerun created a nation, 
where none existed before. 

In the First World War 
British and French forces 


r 




jointly conquered the Ger¬ 
man colony and assumed re¬ 
sponsibility for the territory 
under a condominium in 
1915. Later, under the aus¬ 
pices of the new League of 
Nations they divided it for 
administrative purposes: 
four-fifths to France, the re¬ 
mainder. two small en¬ 
claves, to Britain. This ar¬ 
rangement continued after 
the Second World War: the 
mandates became United 
Nations trusteeships. 

In 1960 Nigeria, which ad¬ 
ministered the British Cam- 
eroons, and French Ca- 
meroun became 
independent. A plebiscite 
was held in the two British 
enclaves with the results 
that the northern enclave 
voted to join Nigeria and the 
southern joined what was 
then known as Eastern Ca¬ 
meroun. The Federal Re¬ 
public of Cameroun 
emerged, constitutionally 
endowed with two official 
languages, two prime minis¬ 
ters and one president, who 
was elected without opposi¬ 
tion: Ahmadou Ahidjo, 
Prime Minister Clark’s re¬ 
cent host. 

Incidentally none of these 
elections was more “demo¬ 
cratic" than the recent elec¬ 
tions in Zlmbabwe-Rhode- 
sia, which Canada refuses 
to recognize. 

In 1972 President Ahidjo 
sponsored a national refer¬ 
endum in the federation, 
which was 80 per cent fran¬ 
cophone, that changed the 
governmental structure 
from federal to unitary, abo¬ 
lished, for all practical pur¬ 
poses. the equal status of the 
English language, made all 
ministers subject to appoint¬ 
ment to the president — they 
cannot by statute be mem¬ 
bers of Parliament — and 
established the United Re¬ 
public of Cameroun. 

The former British Cam- 
eroons have been compared 
to Quebec ... 


quire a more lively and adversary 
flavour. 

Liberal senators do not have to de¬ 
feat Conservative legislation to dam¬ 
age and obstruct the government. The 
Senate can present other impedi¬ 
ments. 

For instance the Senate can delay 
legislation simply by examining gov¬ 
ernment bills extremely slowly and 
carefully. Unlike the Commons, the 
Senate has no limits of the speeches 
and. with their overwhelming major¬ 
ity, Liberal senators can talk a bill into 
timelessness. In short order, govern¬ 
ment bills would be log jammed in the 
Senate and the entire legislative pro¬ 
gram placed in jeopardy. The gov¬ 
ernment may seek closure but lacks 
the numbers to trigger even that emer¬ 
gency device. 

Liberal senators can take advantage 
of question period in a way their Com¬ 
mons' counterparts can rarely do. 
The Senate’s question period also has 
no time limit and this fact can be 
exploited to hound the Senate cabinet 
ministers. 

The Senate has only three cabinet 
ministers to zero in on. There is only 
one opposition party, (one of the main 


reasons the Commons’ question period 
isn't more potent is because the three 
opposition parties do not co-ordinate 
their questions, thus the attacks are 
diverted and diffused). 

The cabinet minister already being 
marked for question period grilling is 
Senator dc Cotret since he holds a 
major economic portfolio and is re¬ 
garded as an interloper. Senators 
Flynn and Asselin are established 
members of the "club" and likely to be 
spared undue partisan assaults. 

De Cotret's tenure is less than two 
months old and, more disturbing to 
senators, he was appointed to sit in (he 
cabinet. De Cotret is only the fourth 
such case in Canadian history and. 
furthermore, he has been freshly repu 
dialed on May 22 by the voters in 
Ottawa Centre. 

There is some suggestion that de 
Cotret, although well qualified and 
capable, is not fast enough on his feet 
to withstand the rigours of rapid-fire 
questioning. While his cabinet col¬ 
leagues in the Commons usually an¬ 
swer only a few questions each day, de 
Cotret could face several dozen ques¬ 
tions. It's unlikely Liberal sena¬ 
tors will exploit their position to the 
fullest. The Senate is significantly less 
partisan than the Commons because 
of tradition and because senators are 
free from the pressure to be re-elect¬ 
ed. 

Second part tomorrow 


Sandinistas tread carefully 
to avoid arousing Americans 



LONDON - “The best 
thing I can do for the Sandin¬ 
istas," said Cuba's Fidel 
Castro re¬ 
cently, "is to 
do nothing". 

Nicaragua's 
popular 
revolution is 
the first to 
succeed in 
Latin 
America 
since Cuba's 
own twenty 
years ago. 

The last thing Castro wants 
is for it to face the kind of 
violent American organized 
opposition that drove him 
into hemispheric isolation 
and into a stifling depen¬ 
dence on the Soviet Union. 

Castro, like all Latin 
American radicals, knows 
the danger of frightening 
Washington excessively. A 
CIA-backed invasion in 1954 
overthrew Jacobo Arbenz of 
Guatemala. Central Ameri¬ 
ca's first truly radical lead¬ 
er. Castro himself barely 
survived the blockade, the 
Bay of Pigs invasion and the 
assassination attempts that 
were organized by the Unit¬ 
ed States after he took power 
in Cuba. 

On the face of it, condi¬ 
tions are much more propi¬ 
tious for the broad alliance 
of Nicaraguans of every 
class and political orienta¬ 
tion who have united to over¬ 
throw Somoza’s outmoded 
dictatorship. For one thing. 
President Carter is deter¬ 
mined to give human rights a 
chance, and to avoid the old 
U.S. reflexive suppression of 
any Latin American revolu¬ 
tionary movement. 

The Organization of 
American States is now a 
very different body from the 
U.S.-controlled rubber 
stamp that ostracized the 
Cuban revolution two dec¬ 
ades ago. The Sandinista Na- 
.tional Liberation Front 
(FSLN) has received open 
support from a broad spec¬ 
trum of Latin American 
states: Mexico, Costa Rica, 
Panama and most of the An¬ 
dean nations recognized the 
Sandinista junta well before 
Somoza finally gave in and 
went to live with his money 
in Florida. They succeeded 
in thwarting Washington’s 
effort to impose a “compro¬ 
mise” successor regime in 
Nicaragua. 

But Carter is a weak presi¬ 
dent. and a U.S. panic over 
political developments in the 
Caribbean area is quite 
within the bounds of possibil¬ 
ity. The remaining right- 
wing regimes of Central 
America — especially the 
beleaguered government of 
El Salvador, where the 
Popular Revolutionary 
Block shows signs of follow¬ 
ing in the Sandinistas' foot- 


Gwynne Dyer 

steps—are already despera¬ 
tely anxious about their 
future. 

Combine this with recent 
developments in the eastern 
Caribbean, including the 
revolution in Grenada, new- 
left-wing governments in St. 
Lucia and Dominica, and a 
situation verging on popular 
insurrection in Guyana, and 
one has the makings of a 
“Red scare" in U.S. public 
opinion over the Caribbean- 
Central American region 
that could sweep aside 
Carter’s more cautious and 
sensible approach. 

That Ls one good reason 
why the new Nicaraguan 
government is likely to tread 
very carefully for a while. It 
has already announced that 
it will expropriate the for¬ 
mer dictator’s personal 
holdings, estimted at $600 
million, and may also seize 
the equally large holdings of 
his close relatives and cron¬ 
ies. But wholesale national¬ 
ization of other private prop¬ 
erty is improbable in the 
near future. 

The same circumspection 
is evident in the make-up of 
the 18-man cabinet named by 
the Sadinista junta last 
month. Tomas Borges, a 
marxist but no ideological 
fanatic, was named minister 
of the interior, and the Rev. 


Thought 

for 

today 

Selected bv Rev wm. Van Druten, 
Oak Bav United Church 

Some men are born old, 
and some never seem so. If 
we keep well and cheerf ul we 
are always young, and at last 
die in youth, even when 
years would count us old. 


Try an Edwards. 


Miguel d'Escoto, a priest of 
the Maryknoll missionary- 
order, became foreign min¬ 
ister. 

The key post of defence 
minister went not to a gueril¬ 
la commander but to Col. 
Bernardino Larios, a former 
member of the National 
Guard who joined the San- 
dinistas after failing to over¬ 
throw Somoza in an abortive 
coup last year. Nor are there 
likely to be systematic repri¬ 
sals against the hated Na¬ 
tional Guard 

Over the past 18 months 
the Sandinistas have attract¬ 
ed the support of a majority 
of Nicaraguans of all sorts, 
from conservative business¬ 
men and radical priests to 
the teenage "muchachos" 
who did most of the fighting 
in the cities. The political 
core of the FSLN remains 
marxist (though divided into 
three factions that have only 
recently reunited), but its 
base and even its leadership 
now embrace a far wider 
section of Nicaraguan so¬ 
ciety. 

This unity may gradually 
erode now that the focus of 
resistance to Somoza’s tyr¬ 
anny is removed, but at least 
for the moment the Sandin¬ 
istas have wide popular sup¬ 
port for their program of 
democratization and radical 
reform. So long as non- 
Marxist political views con¬ 
tinue to be respected, this 
situation is likely to persist. 

Washington seems to rec¬ 
ognize that its only available 
course at present is to accept 
the situation in Nicaragua, 
and that any active interven¬ 
tion would merely broaden 
the Sandinistas’ popular 
support What Nicaragua 
desperately need right now 
is aid to avert famine and to 
rebuild its economy, which 
has been utterly shattered 
by the civil war. What kind of 
regime emerges in Nicara¬ 
gua eventually, and what at¬ 
titude, the U.S. takes then, 
are questions that must be 
left to the future. 


Art s Gailsry v A it fu/ty 

iitffiraaHBmfi 



17*8 — The United States 
Coast Guard was founded. 

1*42 — Rationing of tea 
and coffee began in Can¬ 
ada. 

IMS — The House of Com¬ 
mons unanimously passed 
the Bill of Rights. 













































































LETTERS 


THE COLONIST, Sat.. August I. 1979 5 


This ‘undesirable’ 
will continue to sit 
under big blue clock 

Sometime last week, I read the article in the Colo¬ 
nial that dealt with the “merchants in Bastion Square 
area and certain ‘undesirables' " making use of the 
facilities of that same surrounding area. 

A newcomer to this area, I was immediately in¬ 
terested ih just what the reaction would be and just what 
would be done. I remember the article mentioning a cer¬ 
tain controversy over the term “undesirable” and 
awaited the outcome of it all. 

It was the next day that 1 arrived downtown making 
my trip to the post office that I noticed something 
definitely amiss. The benches were gone! I was more 
than mildly disappointed to note this quick man- 
ocuvor. . . one of the reasons being that 1 had spent' 
many a great moment sitting there having a short 
rest or just simply enjoying the sun and scenery, tour¬ 
ists, etc. 

Is this the way you handle things here? For all I 
know, I may be considered one of your undesirables. 
What are the qualities of such a creature? 

« 

More than once, I have used washroom facilities in 
the area . . it was impossible to avoid and I am deep¬ 
ly sorry if this is against the rules of downtown Victoria 
since I didn’t spend a cent in the establishment whose 
public toilet I made use of. 

Undesirable to you or not, 1 will not stop enjoy ing 
the sun in my downtown travels, nor will I stop my 
perhaps “undesirable" fetish to watch and observe 
passersby. 

If you see me with my little portable chair sitting 
under the big blue clock, please leave me be. I won't 
bother vou if you don't bother me. 

MAKG LA POINTE, 

822 Vernon Ave„ 
Victoria. 

P.S. I am not a wino, bum. hippie, dealer or any 
cliched label. I am what 1 call a real human being, just 
for the record, I also work. Thanks for your time. _ 



Bigoted letters elicit replies 
from those who love mankind 


It is hard to understand the policy of your paper in 
printing letters which.are at worst, patently racist or at 
best, bigoted. 

It is one thing to have concern about immigration 
policies and to disagree with them. In a democracy this 
is obviously any citizen's right and no newspaper can be 
faulted for publishing divergent opinions. 

It is a totally different matter however, when let¬ 
ters are printed such as the one which appeared in the 
July 28 edition containing amongst other things the as¬ 
sertion that “these people breed about 10 times faster 
than white people,” followed by the suggestion that we 
“either sterilize all Vietnamese who come here or turn 
our hospitals into large maternity hospitals.” 

Docs the writer know for sure that Vietnamese 
families have 10 times the number of children? What is 
the source of this remarkable piece of information? The 


Municipalities get fair share 
from Socred’s tax revenue pie 


Ke: Tax dodge easy if you're JheJjoss. 

The recent amendment to thcMunieipal Act re¬ 
ferred to in the above captioned editorial which ap¬ 
peared in the July 25 edition of the Colonist, suggests 
that the province is unfairly treating its municipalities 
in reaffirming a long standing position on payment of 
business taxes covering any of its "commercial type" 
operations is less than accurate. 

The fact is that municipalities throughout the prov¬ 
ince have never been more fairly treated than they are 
at present under the enlarged revenue sharing pro¬ 
grams and grant-in-lieu of tax policies introduced in re¬ 
cent years by the present government. 

The recent changes in the province's grant-in-lieu of 
tax policy which resulted in payment of full general 
municipal taxes on all provincial government proper¬ 
ties, introduced in 1978, resulted in municipalities 
receiving a total of $-1,970,000 as compared to $2,838,000 
in 1977. 


Business taxes and licences are levied by only I I 
out of 110 municipalities located throughout the pros 
ince. The levies are imposed primarily as a means of re¬ 
gulating the types of business activities carried on 
within municipal jurisdictions. For the province to 
recognize that any of its commercial type operations 
be subject to additional business licences and taxes in 
only a few municipalities would be to reduce funds 
available to municipalities which do not impose such 
levies. 

There arc better ways to dividing up the pie w ithout 
favoring any particular group. The province's pres 
ent policies involving revenue sharing with municipali¬ 
ties, while not perfect, do recognize the needs of muni 
cipalities and are sensitive to their changing require¬ 
ments. 

EVAN M. WOLFE, 
Minister of Finance. 


Whistler plan unique in character 


Re: Whistler Amendment 
Act, 1979. Being a member of 
the original planning team 
commissioned to produce a 
town centre plan and de¬ 
velopment program. I would 
like to comment on the legis¬ 
lation introduced by William 
Vander Zalm. 

One must recognize the 
unique characteristics of re¬ 
creational development to 


fully understand the pro¬ 
posed legislation. The crea¬ 
tion of a town centre and 
year-round recreational ac¬ 
tivities that will support the 
large development and 
maintenance costs requires 
development control beyond 
the building process. 

The municipal council of 
the resort municipality of 
Whistler maintains control 


over development of the val¬ 
ley through a community 
plan, a municipal land cor¬ 
poration and development 
control bylaws that regulate 
and control development in 
order to achieve a unified 
and imaginative building 
program and financial port 
folio that will produce a self- 
supporting resort commu¬ 
nity on a year-round basis 


without imposing a tax bur¬ 
den on the area's full-time 
residents. 

The development groups 
involved in this process 
should have authority to con¬ 
trol the financial stability of 


their investment by way of 
an association which pro¬ 
motes the area and main¬ 
tains control over the resort 
operators in order to insure a 
successful resort commu¬ 
nity that will, upon comple¬ 
tion. be a major contributor 
to tourism in this province. 

G. BRUCE BARLOW, 
4216 Wilkinson Road, 
Victoria. 


Policy 

lacks 

gratitude 

Your correspondent E. 
S. Efrat should be ad¬ 
vised that precious little 
foreign policy is based on 
gratitude. 

R. J. POWERS. 

Associate Professor, 
University of Victoria. 


suggestion regarding sterilization needs no comment 
from me. <> 

Another extraordinary assertion finishes his letter. 
"They crowd families into one room. They like it that 
way.” How does he know this? Has he asked them? 

I have to assume that the Colonist is trying to get all 
points of view by stirring up those of us who tend to re¬ 
main silent. If this assumption is correct. I would hope 
that people of goodwill, surely the vast majority, will be 
goaded or inspired into making another point of view 
heard in your pages. 

M. F. HINTON, 
2983 Locarno Avc., 
Victoria. 

Editor's note: 

Like some other readers, you’ve confused the mes¬ 
senger with the message. There are many letters to the 
editor offering opinions with which we vehemently dis¬ 
agree. You have drawn attention to one of them. 

The question for us is: do we hide these opinions from 
our readers by throwing such letters away? Or do we 
alert our readers to this kind of thinking in our commu¬ 
nity by publishing them? 

Like you, we hope people of goodwill will make their 
points of view known. 


What happened 
to his generosity? 

I wonder, upon reading Mr. Abraham's letter, what 
has happened to this man’s generosity. 

He is without doubt one of the first men I ever met. 
With his good wife he visited the veteran's hospital, 
never missing a week over the many years I spent 
there. He must have forgotten the swollen bellies of the 
children he must have seen in the First World War, as 
younger men witnessed in the Second World War in 
North Africa. Sicely. and Italy, when behind the line and 
could hardly eat a meal without sharing his fare with the 
owner of sorrow ful hungry eyes. 

This is our chance to prove that we believe in some 
of the things we fought for. How can we turn our backs 
on anyone regardless of color, race or religion who 
needs a home? We are all from other lands, even our 
native Indians came from the old world Those who fear 
their color should not. I live on a street of mostly East 
Indians and they are wonderful people. 

The boat people will soon be another Canadian 
asset. Who can deny that our Chinese Canadians are not 
worthy Canadians? Let us not leave one that wishes to 
come. 

ROB ROY W. GREEN, 
514 Sumas St., 
Victoria. 


Miffed 
driver 
loses 
in court 


A few months ago I wrote 
to your paper concerning a 
left turn 1 made off Douglas 
Street onto Pandora, and the 
rudeness and belligerence of 
the officer who charged me. 
This is what has happened 
since and perhaps it will be a 
warning to other unwary 
tourists. 

I disputed my ticket feel¬ 
ing that I was innocent and 
the victim of circumstances, 
as well as the victim of your 
capital city and the bure¬ 
aucratic society we all live in 
to no avail . . . guilty! the 
judge said, obviously on the 
police officer's side. 

I then informed her that I 
would appeal and also wrote 
to your mayor, superinten 
dent of motor vehicles and 
the local radio station. I did 
appeal the verdict only to 
find that to do so fora matter 
of principle or 2 points on my 
licence, that it would cost 
from $700 to $1,000 in law¬ 
yer's fees plus my time aw ay 
from work, to come to Vic¬ 
toria to appear in court. Ob¬ 
viously | was forced to drop 
it. 

1 wonder how many other 
little guys who are innocent 
are made to accept a situa¬ 
tion like this simply because 
the system makes it so diffi¬ 
cult and expensive. God help 
the innocent person charged 
with a much more serious 
crime who faces the same 
thing. Thanks for nothing, 
Victoria. 

PAUL N. LUPKA. 

Coleman Road. 

Courtenay. 


To be considered lor publi¬ 
cation in their entirety or in 
part, letters should be on 
subjects of general interest. 
All letters must be signed by 
the writer and inclusion of 
the writer's address also is 
required. Those with pen 
names or initials will not 
be accepted. Preference will 
be given those which are 
brief and to the point. 


Bouquets sent 
after barn fire 


On Julv 31. at approximately 1:30 in the after¬ 
noon. our barn at 1571 Burnside Road burst into 
flames. 

We would like to commend the Saanich Fire 
Department, the Saanich Police Department and all 
the neighbors and children who worked so hard on 
that very hot day to put out the main fire and contain 
the additional fires, that were starting in the sur¬ 
rounding areas from burning debris landing on the 
dry grasses. 

Too often organizations such as the fire and 
police departments are taken for granted, quoted as 
being overpaid and underworked. 

On a day as hot as it was, with a large barn, a ton 
of hay, and thousands of board feel of lumber 
burning it takes a special breed of person to cope. 
The people involved struggled under tense pressure, 
extreme heat, shortage of water, traffic jams, and 
onlookers, yet remained calm and compassionate. 

On behalf of Nettie, Michael, John. Carol, Cori- 
Ann, Becky and Jamie we would like to send our bou¬ 
quets to all who helped. Their combined efforts con¬ 
cern protected and saved our farm, cattle, and 
horses from certain disaster. 

CAROL-ANNA ISDAHL 
and JOHN V. PEREY, 
1571 Burnside Road West, 
Victoria. 


Waterless toilet 
pollution answer 

How archaic! It is not enough that Victoria dis¬ 
charges millions of gallons of untreated human excre¬ 
ment out into the ocean, but permission is still being 
given for individual households to dump it right onto 
our shores. ( Colonist, July 27). 

Articles have been published describing waterless 
toilets, which, although not perfected for large urban 
developments, arc suitable tor rural areas and individ¬ 
ual homes e.g. the Clivus Multrum toilet. (Oct. 29,1975). 
Such waterless toilets reduce human and kitchen 
waste to an odorless, germ free residue that can be 
used as compost, so shouldn't the onus be on builder- 
owners to incorporate such systems into new homes Oiat 
cannot be hooked into sewers or are on lots unsuitable 
for septic tanks? 

Unlike land locked cities, Victoria can conveniently 
sweep its sewage out to sea, but one vile perennial re¬ 
minds us that such action is far from the perfect 
solution — the yearly list of polluted beaches. 

Arc we ever going to tackle and vanquish the 
problem of sewerage pollution? 

RUBY A. PEARSON, 
2085 Avondale Road. 

Victoria. 


Army 

life 

the best 


The following letter was 
sent to Honorable Allan 
McKinnon, Minister of Vet¬ 
erans Affairs and Minister 
of National Defence. 

Nowadays very many par¬ 
ents are career minded and 
too weak to stand straight to 
raise their kids properly and 
teach them behavior. As 
children we were raised by 
strong parents who backed 
up our teachers when they 
strapped our hands if we did 
not behave in school. Now 
teachers arc powerless 
thanks to the lack of back¬ 
bone of parents who refuse 
to see their spoiled brats 
slapped by teachers as they 
deserve. I bless my wonder¬ 
ful mother who gave me my 
last spanking with a yard 
stick when I was 16. She had 
guts that magnificent 
woman. 

Wartime forced me to join 
the army which I haled for 
their dictatorial ways. It 
took me two years to at last 
open my eyes and realize the 
wonderful influence they 
had on me. I learned to walk 
properly, to speak with re¬ 
serve, to enjoy looking smart 
and alert, to obey, to respect 
authority, to look for a goal 
in life, etc. 

This, to beg of you to exer¬ 
cize your new powers to in¬ 
troduce compulsory military 
training of two years for all. 
say from 18 to 20 or 19 to 21 at 
their choice. With military 
training they wouldn’t ques¬ 
tion everything as they do 
now. When told to "About 
turn” they would do so or 
else. They would learn to say 
"Aye Aye Sir” and respect 
superiors or else receive 
punishment. They would 
have to choose a trade and do 
something with their lives 
whether they like it or not. 
One day, one day they loo 
would be grateful to the ser¬ 
vice like I was and parents 
would be proud of them at 
long last. 

GASTON GODBOUT, 
1124 Fairfield Road, 

Victoria. ■ 


IMPORTANT NOTICE 

TO 

DATSUN OWNERS 

FROM 


Brian S. Gingell 

Three Point Motors Ltd. 


N.C. (Cam) McCallum 

McCallum Motors Ltd. 


After August 31st McCallum Motors and Three 
Point Motors will no longer be Datsun Dealers. 

The Nissan Automobile Co. (Canada) Ltd. will 
no longer allow it’s dealers to sell another make of 
car and neither of us was prepared to go along 
with that policy. 

We regret that Nissan has initiated such a 
policy. It ignores the fact that we were both selling 
other makes of autos when NISSAN chose to 
franchise us. It also ignores the fact that we have 
both repeatedly won awards for excellence in our 
service and parts departments. 

It is our intention to continue servicing Datsun 
vehicles for as long as you — our valued 
customers — wish us to do so. We believe that 
our wealth of experience with Datsun will enable 
us to provide the very best service and we would 
appreciate your continued patronage. 


Sincerely, 




THREE POINT MOTORS LTD. 



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(» THE COLONIST. Sat., August 4, 1979 



TORONTO (CP) —A slow, 
dull week on the Toronto 
stock market ground to a 
halt Friday with the market 
down again. 

The TSE 300 index fell and 
l rading value was the lowest 
this year. 

Analysts said buying inter¬ 
est has been reduced be¬ 
cause of the summer vaca¬ 
tion period and economic 
uncertainties. Friday mark¬ 
ed the beginning of a lung 
weekend and the market w ill 

Distributed by CP 

Toronto Stock Exchange—Aug. 3 

Complete tabulation of Friday 
transactions. Quotations in cents un 
less marked s. z—Odd lot, 
xO—Ex-dividend, xr—Ex-rights, xw 

Ex warrants Net change is from 
previous board-lot closing sale 

Net 

Stock Sales High Low Close Ch'ge 


Toronto trading 


Aby Glnw 

A 

41700 

and 

*5% 

B 

5% 5% 

Abitibi 

17988 

*18% 

18% 18 s * ■ 

Adanac M 

1500 

240 

235 235 

Advocate 

TOO 

265 

265 265 

Aft on Min 

300 

*16 

15% 15% 

Agnico E 

4585 

*7% 

7 7 

AgraInd A 

200 

56 

6 6 

Abed C 

100 

140 

140 140 

AlbanV 

26300 

105 

100 105 

Alt Energy 14370 

*33% 

32’. 33 

Alfa Gas A 

7486 

*22% 

22% ??% 

Alta G C p 

z40 

*77% 

77 77 

Alfa G F 

130 

*??%• 

27% 27% 

AlldG9 76 

215 

*27% 

27% 27% 

Alla G 7.60 

350 

524-4 

24% 24% 

Al>a G6s 

2500 

531% 

31V* 31%- 

Alfa Not 

500 

*57 

57 57 , 

A Han 

13050 

*39’; 

39 39 

Atooma St 
A$tel p 

500 

*27 

26% 27 

500 

*27% 

27% 27% 

AftarcoOv 

115 

*5? 4 

52% 52% 

Aipmin 4 pr 

440 

S16 x 

16* 16*. 

Abi Bonza 

12350 

S19 l .- 

18 J 4 19", 

Aib Lardrt - 

7500 

26 

25 26 

Am Eagle 

3718 

300 

300 300 


be closed Monday. 

The Toronto Stock Ex¬ 
change said subdivided com¬ 
mon shares of Costain Ltd. 
will be posted for trading at 
the opening Aug.K, replacing 
the currently listed shares. 
Shareholders approved a 
three for-two split op Julv 
31. 

BOX SCORE 

Fri. Thurs. 
issues traded 6?l 663 

Advances lot ?39- 

Declines 205 184 

Unchanged 225 240 


Can Cem 
CCeCp 
CDC pr B 
C Nor West 
C Packrs 
Can Perm 
CPcrmft . 

CS Pete 
Can Trust 
C Trust 7*4 
CTr w 
C Tung 
CCablesvA 
C Cable w 
CdnCcI 
C Curtis 
C For most 
C Midrogas 1000 $6'* 
C Homestd 3400 S22 
Cl Bk Com 7116 S27 1 


Among industrials, Crown 
Life Insurance fell 1 to $63, 
Gulf Canada 1 to $5514, Peo¬ 
ples Jewellers % to $11 

ACTIVE STOCKS 

Stock Sales High Low Close Ch'ge 
Warrntn 195420 15? 146 147 ♦ ! 

Dome Pet 55051 *46'a 45'. 45%- s . 
Imp oil A 44558 *34% 33% 34% - ". 
Walker A 32565 *39-. 39 39 a 

LabattA 30381 *24', 23': 23 * 
Mines and oils 

Goldlund 101290 253 235 240 —3 

WilCO 91100 31 24 29 4 6 

Nutorl Res 62933 60 56 58 ♦ I 

Courvan 60500 36 30 33 —3 

Redstone 53500 77 72 76 ♦ 4 

Am Lcduc 211500 42'; 39 39% ♦4-'4 

C/ar Res 72660 *11% 10% 11% ♦ a 
Oakwood 65500 *12' .? 11% 12% ♦ !% 


TSE 300 INDEX 
Close Ch'ge High Low 
TSE 300 1557.84 —3.11 1611.41 1315 11 


Mineral 

F inane 

Oil. Gas 

Indus 

Utils 

Consum 

Merch 

Forest 

Trans 

Pipeline 

Manage 

Comm. 

Golds 

Building 


1306 06 
1225 76 
2692.33 
1194.56 
1554 86 
1265 48 
1287.29 
1560 77 - 
2128 03 
1869 48 ■» 
185620 
139661 
1773.36 
3832.87 4 


-2.88 1389.44 
—6.18 1264.43 
-15 08 2862.26 
-2 49 1250 II 

♦ 0.86 1612.52 

♦ 3.42 1360.58 

♦ 0.45 1403.21 
-6.05 1574.73 

♦ 8.61 2274.91 
► 11.21 2009 97 

-1.26 1932.01 
—9.38 1474 21 
► 4.10 1963.62 
16 74 4147.18 


1104 24 

1155.76 
1850.56 
1049.31 
1422.04 
1222.46 
1091 51 

1380.76 
1585.93 
1440.60 
1493.20 

1356.76 
1424.52 
2276.18 


880 

*13% 13 

13 

Daon 8 s d p 

1000 

59"; 

i 9% 

'9', 

IvdCO 

650 

517' 

248 

*15% 15"? 

15% - % 

DEtdona 

24400 

125 

17S 

125 

lvaco8.85 

100 

551 

155*114"? 114 

114 

Delhi Pac 

12000 

•35 

33 

34-4 

J Q Res 

4000 

89 

m 

*12% 12% 

12% — % 

Denison 

19016 


27", 

27% — 

Jannock 

2175 

*77' 

4050 

*28"} 28% 

28% ♦ % 

Dicknsn 

4300 

*7% 

V , 

7% ♦ % 

Jannock w 

1800 

*15' 

1934 

*18'. 18% 

18 s * 

Diqtech 

2025 

*5% 

i 5 

5 — 

Jorcx Ltd 

7000 

32 

1000 

$25% 25% 

25". 

Discovry 

2660 

105 

105 

105 

Joutel 

2000 

117 

3050 

*5's 5% 

5% ♦ * 

Doman 1 

5400 

59', 

8’, 

9% 

Kaiser Re 

9125 

*24’ 


CIL 
C Lcncour 
CLI Pete 
C Manolr 
C Merrill 
f Nat R 


5000 *25''j 25' ? 25' l - 
800 *20% 20’: 20'; 
200 *8 'a 8 8 

325 *22' j 22'; 22' , < 
500 *10% 10% 10% < 
3240 150 150 150 - 
300 *9% 9% 9-«- 

1000 81 81 81 - 

* 8 '? 8 ' 2 8 ’ 2 

6'i < 
22 - 
26'* i 

23 

23 < 

185 - 


Dome Mine .650 
Dome Pete 55051 *46 
D Bridge 11760 *36', 
DBridoer 57178 86 
DExplor 10000 35 

DofascoA 3485 *33’; 

*29 
l *19 


3600 *23 
5500 24 
1600 190 
' 200 *6 
170 *23 
900 *6 


3900 
300 *15 
4975 *27 , 
200 *13 
525 *23, 
200 *13 


A Led 211500 . . 

Arjdres W A 700 514 
A up CT 265 700 *32 

.••HOCT315 200 *39 
A tip U Dev 6600 485 
AQUiti 


23 23 

5% 6 ^ 

38 a 38% - 
28 '. 28% 

1885 *30'• 30' * 30'S t 
18361 *32% 31% 32% ( 
100 *9 'b 9 s . 9% 
1300 *18'? 18’4 18’: t 
Z U *136 'j I36' t 136-. 
650 *78 28 78 

Cdn Tife A 3535 *30% 30% 30'a 

CUilties 2325 SIS'*. 18-4 18’- < 

CU 10' 4 750 *27% 77' ? 27% - 

CWN G 4 pr *25 *9 4 9% 9 * 

Canbra 500 400 400 400 

CandelOII zi7 *41', 41% 41- 

Canrav 1000 210 210 210 


C ocdental 1630 *39' 
C Ocdntl p 200 *28 
CPInve 
CP Ltd 
CPL Ap 
C Reserve 
CdnSupO 
Cdn Tire 


DScotishp 231 
Dorn Store 763 
D Textie 
Domlim A 
Domtar 
Dr Mt C A 
Du Pont A 
Dvlex Ltd 
Dvnamar 14099 
East Mai 2103 
East Sul A 22600 
E OO Res 4400 
Electhomp z5 
Emco 1400 
Emcow 1000 
Exquisite 100 
Extd A 100 
Falcon C 3700 
F-lbrgNik A 3440 
FedindA 600 
FeOTrustA 1700 
FideltvTrp 100 
FiranGndl 1500 
FirecoSA MOO 270 270 270 
FC'tyFin 200 $11% 11% IP* • 
FCtyTrB 300 *9-4 9 , 9’* 

F Cty Tr C 1000 *8 « 8 ■* 8 i 


Up 7, down7. Volume 3.66 million (4.30 
million). Value *34.40 million (*49.51 
million). 

17 17'* 

51 51 ♦ % 

87 89 —1 

27'j 27 s . ♦ % 

1S S I 1S : 4 ♦ *4 

30 3? 

115 115 - 1 . 

*24'4-23*4 24 ♦ '. 

Karn Kolia 2400 485 485 485 

KapsTran 3100 168 165 167 ♦ ? 

Kelly DA 300 *8 * 8’. 8'. ♦ '. 

Kerr Add 3666 S9 : « 9% 9>. ♦ % 

KAnacon 20666 47 43 46 ♦ 3 

LabattA 30381 *24'« 73’} 23% 
LabMin 260 *40' } 40', 40 } — »j 
Lacana 2609 *5% 5 . s s « ♦ % 

Lacanaw 1000 340 340 340 

Ldidlaw A 2070 *)6 ' 15'. 


MARKET 

REPORT 

Cloning quotations for Friday, Aug. 3. 1979 


New York 


NOTC1260P 430 *33': 33 : 33' i 


4853 


Nor Ct785p 100 *26 26 

- *44'4 43% 

*23 22 -4 : 

*7'» r, 
20 ", 20 
45 


LShore 
LambdM 


— .. . 15% 

340 340 340 
160 160 160 


Lasitr Km 3400 112 117 112 

Laurasia 29200 47 4J 


Nor Tel 

N Teem B w20500 
Northoat 1000 
North|d 11000 
N Beauc 1000 
NSSavngs 275 
Nowsco W 1050 
Nu Wst A 9976 
Nu-Wst p 100 *20 20 20 

Nu-WstBp 500 *20 20 20 

NulOft Res 62933 60 . 56 58 . 

Numac 41175'*39 : 38’* 39'.* « 
OPI A 300 *29/4 ?9'4 29 '4 - 
OakwoodP65500 *12': 11% 12% 4 
Obrien 12100 214 205 210 i 

OcelOlA 300 *17*4 17% I7'« 

Ocelot B 4825 Sl7% 17': 17 * . 

Onaptng 9200 210 207 210 - 

Oshawa A 10825 $9% 9 9 

OSiskO 7000 26'j 25 26 . 


500 

1500 

100 

1500 

560 

17200 


758 

255 

258 t 

1 

Lava Cap 

7200 

168 

165 

168 ♦ 1 

Oxford A 

100 

*16% It - 

. 16-i 

t 


163 

157 

leO ♦ 

2 

Leigh Inst 

200 

59% 

9'; 

9% 








280 

770 

280 ♦ 

5 

Lew A pr 

770 

*7% 

i 7% 

7% 


P 

10 

S 




220 

210 

215 - 

5 

LL Lac 

522 

385 385 

385 - 5 

Pac Coper 

6300 

183 

180 

180 



558’j 

i 58% 

58% 


Lob Co A 

136 

420 420 

420 4 15 

Page Pet 

2200 

*17 

16% 

17 



sir, 

i 11% 

11% — 

' a 

Lob CoB 

889 

410 405 

410 

Paloma P 

1500 

56 

6 

6 


1 4 

385 

385 

385 ♦ 

5 . 

Lob Co pr 

500 

*29": 29% 

29'}- % 

Pamour A 

4466 

57', 

i 6% 

7 



325 

325 

325 

1 

Lob Ltd Bp 

z5 

*18% 18% 

18% 

Pancana1 

2400 

245 

235 

240 

_ 

5 

*8': 

i 0’. 

8% 


Lochiel 

10540 

*5 * 495 

5 - % 

PanCanP 

800 

*56 

55% 

55% 

1 _ 


*7’ 

7% 

7% — 

, 

Lvtton M 

Z110 

26 

26 

26 

Par lake 

13300 

225 

21? 

225 

4 

3‘ 

558 , 

i 50% 

58.- 

■, 


M 

to O 


Pc Ben O 

5500 

274 

265 

265 



56 s , 

i 6% 

6-» — 

i a 

MDS Helth 

100 

*13 

13 

13 

Pemb'na 

4875 

59 s 

* 9% 

9% 

, ♦ 


335 

335 

335 


7AICC 

100 

51/ • 

i 12% 

17% 

Pennant 

12100 

196 

193 

194 

♦ , 

1 

*19"; 

■ 19% 

19'} ♦ 

■ * 

MICCA 

zio 


i 26'; 

26'; 

PJewl 

800 

*14 

14 

14 

— 


73 

70 

73 - 

2 

MICC8% 

1100 

*25 

24% 

24 4 

Petrofina 

200 

*37', 

. 37 

37 

— 



iuitaine 7325 *34' 


Angus 

100 

520' i 

20% 

20% ♦ 

Ai)is250p 

105 

*32% 

32% 

32% 

Asgts'Cpr 

7200 

59 

8% 

9 ♦ 

A^amera 

10100 

518’. 

17% 

18 — 

Afcr Pore 

700 

148 

148 

148 4 

a£oA 

1900 

521 . 

21% 

21*8 — 

ah c Cop 

500 

65 

65 

65 — 

Atlas Yk 

6500 

65 

60 

65 ♦ 

AtoHard A 

300 

514% 

14"? 

14 a — 

Sugar A 

100 

*36 

36 

36 - 

Bf Can 

240 

*27% 

27% 

27% - 


CanronA 

1850 

529- 

. 29>. 

. 29% — % 

F Mar 

1700 

155 

15? 

152 ♦ 

Cara 

3050 

SI 5 

, 14". 

. 14-4- % 

Francana 

1900 

515% 

15% 

15% 

CarlOK 

11985 

*5' 

. 5-. 

. 5% 

G£H Steel 

100 

275 

275 

275 

CarlBp 

100 

*32' 

. 32'. 

. 32 J 4 

GM Res 

300 

55", 

i 5% 

S% 

Carma A 

2400 

*15 J 

» 15'i 

■ 15% -r- 

GSWCIB 

2000 

58% 

8% 

8 . ♦ 

Earner JD 

1050 

275 

275 

275 5 

Ga/Metr 

200 

55% 

. 

5'% . 

Cassiar 

4200 

512 

ir 

. 1? 4 , 

Gen Baker 

Z25 

58' : 

8'. 

8’} 


.nislerC 
Bank BC 
B|nkMII 
Bank NS 


1400 *13’* 
400 *33', 
4120 *25 
10573 *24' e 


Bankeno 

4250 

430 

415 

BCdn Nat 

900 

*15’: 

15% 

Barcx 

11000 

12 

11 

Bar v Expl 

500 

148 

148 

Bjttirslp 

/SO 

*13% 

13% 

B#li Canad 

26536 

*21 % 

21% 

Ball Apr 

Zl? 

564 . 

64% 

Banc pr 

Z33 

*30': 

30% 

Ball Dpr 

500 

$6S-f 

64 i 

Ball 1 80 

250 

*23% 

73% 

R4II 1 96 

1700 

*26% 

?6% 

B«th Cop A 

300 

SIB-. 

I8-. 

BWtawk 

19900 

33 

76 

BtbkwodA 

200 

*5% 

5% 

Bqmbr 

200 

*12 

1? 

Bjnza O 

3500 

*8-it 

7% 

Bflw Vdlv 

7300 

*28-4 

28". 

Bralor Res 

1505 

*14% 

14% 

Braniaiea 

100 

*18 - 

18- h 

Brase an a 

8386 

522 . 

22% 

Brenda M 

VOO 

*19" H 

19% 

Brfiico 

2035 

*8 4 

8% 

HCFP 

5305 

*23% 

23% 

BCFPpr 

/50 

*37 

37 

BCPatkB 

/SO 

570 

70 

BC Phone 

2280 

517% 

17% 


3100 

55 

. 5 s . 

5% 



G Distrb w 

2600 

269 

265 

265 



Maistc Wil 

11500 

415 

405 

4)0 

Prado Exp 

2000 

55 

55 

55 


6800 

189 

186 

186 

— 

3 

CMC 

602 

567% 

■ 67 

67% 

— 


Malartic 

1150 

95 

95 

95—5 

Precamb 

9100 

420 

415 

415 


100 

517' 

: 12% 

12% 



Genslar L 

2536 

*22' 

» 22% 

22". 



MLtGard 

300 

*78% 

28% 

28% 

Preston 

21300 

$23'. 

. 2?' 

; 22' 

a _ 1 1 

7800 

250 

250 

250 



Gibraltar 

MOO 

58 

• 

7% 



Maple. M 

119 

*10% 

10 . 

10% - % 

Provigc 

21? 

$25', 

i 25'1 

. 25' 


3305 

430 

425 

430 

— 

5 

GlbcRItyp 

'8115 

525 J i 

i 25 

25 

_ 

•4 

Maritime 

46? 

*25 

25 

25 - » 

QMG Hldg 

8100 

80 

78 

80 

. - 2 

3870 

59' 

? 9% 

S'. 

: 

‘« 

Golun 101290 

253 

735 

240 

— 

3 

Mar T 8t0 

300 

*10% 

10 s * 

10% 

Qasar Pet 

2450 

$14’, 

> 14 

14' 


4000 

11 

10% 

11 

♦ 

1 

Goodyear p 

/96 

*33 

Ji 

33 



Mar T 940 

z!8 

*11% 

10 » 

11% 

Quc Man 

3000 

49 

48 

49 


7000 

SI 

48 

50 

♦ 

4 

Graft G A 

t/0 

$13 

13 

13 



Markcl F 

237 

S6 

6 

6 

Que Sturg 

6300 

250 

250 

250 

— 5 

940 

528’ 

« 27 % 

78 

— 

% 

Granduc 

1650 

144 

140 

144 

« 

4 

Mark Spot 

J00 

58% 

8% 

8 . - % 

Ram 

700 

$10'. 

- 10 

10 


200 

16S 

165 

165 

— 

4 

GtOilSds 

4915 

524 

9 24 « 

24-. 



Mass Fer 

5421 

SI4 

13 s . 

13--- % 

Ranger 

4000 

$28". 

. 28'. 

: 28- 

# _ 1. 

8425 

59- 

» 9 

9 

— 

% 

GL Forest 

NbO 

*17 

16’ . 

46% 

4 

: t 

Mas F A 

500 

*21% 

.21% 

21% ♦ % 

Rank Org 

700 

55", 

S’; 

i 5" 

’, ♦ ‘ £ 

200 

511 

11 

11 



GN Fin 

2600 

755 

255 

255 

4 

5 

Mas F B 

1100 

$71% 

21% 

• • 

Rayrock 

3800 

220 

218 

220 

♦ 5 

12100 

70 

70 

70 

— 

2 

Gt West S 

700 

295 

291 

295 

_ 

3 

Matchan 

31550 

30 

78 

28 — 1 

Redlaw 

2000 

230 

230 

230 

—13 

5000 

73 

2? 

73 

♦ 1 ; 

G Goose A 

1730 

*15 

15 

15 



Me Adam 

7000 

34 

30 

34 ♦ 5 

Redstone 

S3500 

77 

7? 

76 

4 4 


Celanese 
Cenex 
CtlEstA 
Cent Pal 
Chnclr 
Cherokee 
Chib Kay 
ChibM 
ChicttanD 
Chimo 
Chrysler 
CHUM 
Coch Will 
Coin Lake 

CumbMcr 11000 38 

(omlnco 8240 *40’ 
ComincoA 150 *26 ; 

C Holiday I 300 *9- 
ComprAp 300 *13 4 13 : 
Coniaoas 1000 130 130 

Con Bath A 12310 $14% 14' 
Con Bath p 100 *18*: 18' 
Con Tardy 16380 420 410 
C Durham 4700 170 168 

CMarben 3300 170 168 

CMortSn 3700 205 200 
Cons Prof 40000 84 77 

C Rambler 2500 740 
C Rexsoar *200 65 
Con Tcxtle 104S0 *6 


Mice 8 p 
MPGInv 
MadarnA 
MB Ltd 

Madeline 
Madsen 
Magna a 
M agna B 
Maanason 
Magnelts 
Maislin l 


400 *28 : : 28 . 

1000 * 8 % 8 . 8 '; 
600 *19 18% Ik. , 

6675 *27 26 . ?7 

M3 15? 150 ISO 
1700 129 123 129 

2500 *12*4 12’: 1? i 
500 *13% 13-4 13"' 
500 275 275 275 
418 170 170 170 

*5 5 


Petrol 300 *7 6 '. 6 ', 

PevtoOilS 300 $12% 12 '4 I?-. 
Phom« Oil 1000 470 465 465 

pine Point 1070 $35% 35 '4 35 . 
PlaceG 1150 79 7 295 295 - 

Placer 834 *30 29-4 29%- 

Pommcx 15500 83 80 83 

Ponder 2400 260 255 255 - 

‘Pop Shops 2300 320 310 315 

PowrCorp 7860 SlJ% 13 * 13 * 

, PowC 4-4 Z60 *31’: 31 3 * 31' 


Slater Bpr 
Sogepet 
Somvillep 
Southm 
Spar Aero 
Spooner 
SfelcoA 10030 
Steep R 1100 
Sfrathrn A 3900 
SfuartHse 100 
SudCont 3500 
SulpetroB 5600 
SulivanA 27352 
Superior A 600 
Surpass C 70(7 
T 

TalcorpA 100 
Tara 100 

Teck Cor A 680 
TeckCor.B 1282 
Teledyne 200 
Tex Can 
t «sglt 
i horn L 
Thom N A 4600 
ToneCratt 100 
Toromont 500 
Tor Dm Bk 12158 
TDRItyp 1350 
Tor Sun 2700 
Total Pet 3200 
TotIPetw 1775 
Traders A 700 
TradersSp z25 
Tr Can Res 33508 
Tr ns Mt A 2133 
TrCanPL 3356 
TrCanBpr 160 
TrCanDo 100 
Travlwav 200 
Trecolnc 100 
TrtmacA 100 
TrinChib 12000 
Trinity Res 8100 
TrizecCrp Z20 
Turbo Cl A 4030 
TurboCIB 5680 
Ulster Pet 17025 


719 

1900 

Z300 


515 

15 

15 

105 

103 

105 

534 V, 

34% 

34'; i 

526 

26 

26 - 

510% 

10 s ! 

10%- 

90 

80 

90 ♦ 1 

$28"; 

28% 

28% - 

395 

390 

395 - 

230 

229 

230 

275 . 

275 

275 - 

54 

52 

54 ♦ 

$15 4 

M . 

14-4- 

300 

274 

276 - 

215 

215 

215 

$10 

10 

10 

to 

Z 


$11 

II 

11 

$13% 

13'« 

13% ♦ 

Sll 

14% 

14%- 

514 

13% 

14 4 

511% 

11% 

11% 4 

$70% 

70% 

70% 

$27% 

27% 

27%- 

40 

40 

40 


100 
100 
4715 
. 200 
9200 
100 
11000 
2T80 
100 
163 
400 


9% 


235 2 

65 
6'# 


GreyhndC 200 310 
Guar Trp 100 *20 
Gulf Can IR91 *55 
Gultstrem 6000 70 

H to 

HCIHIdO 150 *12’ 
Hardee 2000 86 
Hard Crp A P50 305 
Harlequin 5855 *16 
HdtleighA 260 


310 310 

20' j 20 - 
55'4 55’ . - 


(onDlstrb 2400 $12% 12*„ 


Hlghfield 2000 310 

Hiqhmont 725 *8' 

HolingerA 225 *42 4? 

Home A 2929 *62'. 6? 



BCPh4 .p 100 *54'.- 54% 


BCPh 1956 

1000 

$59% 

59% 

59 1 

BLPK4 84 

600 

515 

15 

15 

BCPh 5 IS 

700 

563% 

63 . 

63% 

BCPh5 . p 

500 

571% 

71% 

71 4 

B^Ph 6 80 

100 

520-4 

20% 

20 . 

BCP7G4p 

100 

$23' : 

23% 

23'; 

BCP 10.16 D 

465 

527% 

27 

27 

BroulReet 20000 

60 

56 

60 

1 Kinswk 

14730 

5V 4 

9 

9% 

B^ddCan 

100 

*7% 

7% 

7% 

CG Yachts 

400 

3^ 

370 

375* 

CAL, 

2050 

*13% 

13% 

13% 

C ad Fry 

2390 

516 ; 

16% 

16% 


C af POW A 

1314 

*45 . 

45 

45’ 

cal piop 

40 5109 

109 

109 

<.fl P9 80 

155 5109 

109 

109 

'divert 

5700 

65 

6? 

62 

C0m Mine 
' Indio 

5000 

29 

29 

29 

2300 

*15% 

15 

IV 

1 Chtb A 

8912 

58', 

8 : 

i 8' 

0mp RL 

11650 

*2? 

21 , 

. 21 


• 

Cons Gas 

7396 

*23 -1 

22% 

23 % ♦ 4 

H Bav Mnq 

530 

$21% 

21% 

21% 

' * 

Con GasB 

ZS 

574 . 

74". 

74% 

hB ay Co 

594 

526-4 

26 . 

26 . 


Con Glass 

800 

*15' : 

15% 

15": ♦ % 

HBC pr 

700 

*23% 

23 % 

23% 


control F 

1500 

*5% 

5 

5 - % 

HB Oil Gas 

1863 

573 

7?'} 

7?% 

'* 

Conoco Ltd 

1200 

*5 4 

5% 

5% * 

Hu Pam 

5000 

45 

43 

43 

’ 4 

Conventrs 

1500 

58 * 

8% 

8% ♦ • 

Husky OH 

3040 

$57 . 

57 

57 


tonwest 

1000 

57 

7 

7 ♦ % 

Husky Bpr 

200 

*l?% 

4?% 

42% 


Cop Fields 

8800 

55% 

5 . 

5% 

Husky E w 

Z100 

$37 

36% 

36% 

1 

Corbv v» 

600 

578' 

28 

28 - 

Hydra Ex 

Z20 

45 

45 

45 

| 4 

CosekaR 

I960? 

59 

8-4 

8 % — % 

1 AC 

8110 

SIT.. 

17% 

17 s . 


Courvan 

60500 

36 

30 

33-3 

lTLtnd 

700 

>4 

360 

360 


Craigmt 

700 

57 4 

7% 

7% 4 4 

iu inti 

1850 

$14’ 

14' 

14’ - 

4 

Crain RL 

200 

51? 

1? 

1? 

imasco 

3720 

139'. 

38% 

39 

? 

Crestbrk 

1900 

516% 

16% 

16% 4 •« 

imp oil A 

44558 

5/4 . 

33% 

34% 


CrwnLife 

1195 

563 

63 

63 - 1 

Imp Oil B 

/91 

*34% 

34% 

34 4 


Crown 8% 

300 

*71 

21 

21 — % 

Inco 

17984 

*??" 4 

77'} 

22% 


c zeirba a 

106 

*23% 

23% 

73 % - % 

indal 

200 

$14" 4 

14% 

14% 


Cuvier M 

10000 

47 

45 

47 -4 I 

Inolis 

100 

S1S% 

15". 

15% 

* 

Cyqnus a 

500 

*13 

13 

13 4 . 

Inter-City 

17600 

*17% 

16% 

16% 

14 

CvgnusB 

Z25 

513 

13 

13 

Inter C B w 

' 300 

*14 

M 

14 


Cyprus 

5098 

517% 

16'; 

16% - % 

IB/A 

357 

*81 

81 

81 

4 

Czar Res 

72660 

*11% 

10% 

l| ♦ 

mt (Mogul 

zll 

$6' 4 

( 

6% 


Czar Resp 

4910 

*31% 

^30'. 

31% ♦ ’. 

Inter Pipe 

5150 

*18% 

18". 

18% 



0 

to < 



ipsco 

300 

*18% 

18% 

18 , 


DRG Ltd A 

1730 

56% 

6': 

6 » 

invGrpA 

295 

516% 

16% 

16% 


Oalc R 

100 

513". 

1 ?’ i 

13% 

Irwin T A 

1700 

380 

375 

375 


7.5c Inlyre 2020 *46 4 46 46 

McLaghln 530 *8 = 8 8 

McLghlw 3725 *6 6 6 

Melcor 600 $14 % 14 4 14 « 

Mentor 500 330 330 330 

JMercanM 1200 $16% 16 : it’ 

MerlandE 8260 *14' .• 14 4 14% 

Met Str67p 150 *16 16 16 

Mikes Subs 500 260 ? 6 fl 260 

MmriRcs 23400 305 293 305 

MolsOn A 2575 S?S' - ?4'. ?J . 

MolSOnB 1100 *24 * 24 • 24- .- 

Monlnv 200 ill ., 11 II 

MonencoA 1325 *12 '4 12' j 12' * 

Moore 4636 $36% 36 . 36 

Mill States 3850 *14 13% IJ% 

MunCpISL 200 *7 7 7 

Murphy 7600 *W 4 23 

N B Cook 3900 * 5-4 -5 , 5-4 

NBUMme 7314 345 330 340 

Nat Drug 700 SIP.. It": IT , • 

1000 110 no 110 
I *20 70 


7000 


Nat Pete 
Nat Sea A 
Nemco 
Meomar 
NB Tel 
N Ketorc 
NProvidD 7500 
N Quo Ragl 100 
N Sen 205000 
N York Oil 7800 . 
NfldLPA 100 *71 
NtldTe^7S z84 $21- 
NickRim 17000 23 

Noble M 1000 135 
NomaA 100 sil’* 
Nor Acme 3000 20 
Noranda 8344 *48' 
Norbaska 8600 49 


. 20 

6500 260 252 260 

3513 


Weed Pap A 6795 $10 . 10% 10'; t 
Reed Pap B z89 *10', 10 . 10'. 

R Sth A 2469 *9-4 9-4 9G - 

Reichhold 500 * 1 ? 4 l?' e 12 s ,- 

Re.ch7' 4p ?oo sie . 16"* 16'-- 

ReilmanA 750 *16 4 16-4 16 4 

ResServiC 11900 475 465 465 - 

Revelstkp z50 *14'/} 14", 14', 

RevnuPrp 3050 172 166 166 

RilevsD 100 165 165 165 - 

RioAlgom 6095 *30 29»a 29 4 

R Little 400 760 760 260 - 

Rolland 900 SIP 4 11' e 11' 4 • 

Roman 200 *32 : 32': 32': 1 

RonaldFd 300 521 '4 21*4 21 ’ * 

RonyxCor 1000 375 375 375 

Rothman 500 *20 '4 20 '4 20’. ■ 

Rothm 2p 1100 sift 1 * 16 16 . 

Roval Bnk 10600 *43 42 J 4 47'«- 

Rvl T£M 700 *12" 4 1?»4 «2 3 « - 

RvTrscoA U08 *15 j 4 15’; 15’-- 

RusscIA 7550 *13-4 13': I3's- 

Russcl 170 100 *19‘: 19’: 19 . 

Sceptre 3O$10 *7 ’7 7 3 * V. . 


Unican S 
UnCarbid 
UGasA 
UGdS8 J 4 

Unton Oil 

UCdn Shar 
UCanso 
UnCorp 
Un Corp 59 
UnCorp 63 
U Keno 
Un Reef P 2000 
U Siscoe 2500 
UWbnft.p 100 
UW OG 10800 
VGMTrsco 600 
VSServ 780 
Van Der 4200 
Vers ft Cor 12650 
VerstlCorp 400 
VersttCw 15320 
vestgron . 700 
Vulcan ind 100 
Waiax A 68? 
Walk GW A32565 
Wardair 1300 
Wrintn 195420 

Weldwod 200 
Wstburne 
v/coast Pt 
w Pet ad 
W coast T 
WcostB 1 .0 z20 

Wcoast w 12225 
W Bcas B z20 

West m me 1100 

Westfield 12500 
Westmilf 


550 


180 

5909 


S14»b 14": I 
*1 P/4 11+4 
355 350 31 

*24 J 4 24'; : 
*23 J 4 23*4 ; 
*12*8 12’ a 
*2S'.- 25'- ; 
*17 s « IT 3 * 1 
*17' 4 . 16’« ' 
*23-4 23 -*4 ; 
310 300 3i 

*10-4 10'# ' 

*?1’» 21-4 ; 
*38' 4 38' 4 . 
*54 S4 
*17 17 

455 455 4! 
*11’} 34'} ; 
23 22 

*6 5 : « 

S19\ 19’, 
*15 13' • 

SIS’- 14' 4 
435 415 4 

350 350 3' 

* 21 '; 21 ". : 

Sit"* 11 ’4 
*76'w 26-u 1 
*27-4 27 
*19>4 19 4 
*13 1?»4 

*17'* 17'c 
*17 '4 17'. 
*17 v a 17'o 
*14' 4 14 
27’; 27': : 
*104 10 
*39 39 

129 126 I! 

*7'» 7': 

*6'; 6", 
*5* S’- 
*72 '0 21 '4 : 
SI 

*7', 7 '4 

*16": 16 a 
*12 12 
*I5'”4 15' 4 
539-h 39 
400 395 
15? 146 

*23 ; 4 23> 
*47 '4 47", 
52? 1 22', 
*15 4 45'4 
*14^4 14"; 
*53 '4 53*-* 

*5 8 5 4 

*11'. 11'* 
*6": 6-* 
445 440 4 
76 76 


NEW YORK (AF) — The 
stock market, w.inding up its 
second consecutive week of 

CLOSING AVERAGES 
Open High Low Close Ch’ge 

30 Ind 846.67 850.51 842.32 846 16 -179 
20 Trn 2S6.04 257.06 253.75 254 97 -1.36 
15 Utils. 107.95 108 63 107.10 108 02 -0 13 
65 Stks. 301 7 303.15 299.71 301.31 -0 87 

Stock* volume: Indus. 2,055,500; 
Tran. 505,300; Utils. 429,100 ; 65 Stks. 
2.989,900. Total volume 28.16 million 

gains, declined slightly Fri¬ 
day in a quiet session domin 
ated by takeover develop¬ 
ments. 

Memorex was up to 
$33. The company said 
Thursday that it was holding 
merger discussions with 
Amdahl Corp. 

Integon, subject of a $.3.Va- 
share takeover bid from An¬ 
derson Clayton and Co., was 
up 3 to $32. 

Maryland Cup fell 3:, to 
$25 1 j after the company said 
ils merger talks with Krafl 
Inc. had been broken off. 

Meanwhile, the U.S. gov¬ 
ernment reported that the 
unemployment rate in¬ 
creased to 5.7 per cent in 
July from 5.6 per cent Ihe 
month before. 

Analysts said the figure 
was better than had been 
" generally expected. Bui they 
said economic uncertainties, 
including inflation, high in¬ 
terest rates and a developing 

ACTIVE STOCKS 

Sales Close Ch’ge 


business slowdown, kept in¬ 
vestors cautious. 

Among Canadian issues on 
the New York Slock Ex¬ 
change, Alcan A was down \ 
to $33 1 j, Dome petroleum 
to $35'4, McIntyre Mines '/, 
to $39' j and Into % to $!!H„. 
Ashland Oil was up to 

$39v, and Seagram to 

$2814 ■ 


Slock 

BollvWtO 
Exxon 
CNA Flnl 
BeechAIr 
Southern Co 
Amor T and T 
Tandycrtt 
Texaco Inc 
MGIC lnv 
IBM 

Chrysler 
GaPacif 
GultUtdCp 
ElPaso Co 


436500 40'r — 1'* 
403900 54'; — 
329700 14 
317500 29*4 —.'a 
296700 13 
290600 57 ’'b - 1 « 
285900 5-- ♦ 1 

280500 28 ♦ 

264300 31 ’4 — -4 
762700 68 -s -,-4 
734400 7 J » — ' 4 

230100 76-4 
723200 75'. ♦ 
205700 21' : 


Metals 

LONDON (CP) - Closing nielal 
price* Friday in pounds sterling a 
hetric ton: silver in pence a troy 
ounce. 

Copper spot 843-844; copper future 
852 852.5. 

Tin spot 6,60(F6,620, tin future6,590 
6,600. 

Lead spot 584 586; lead future 564 
565. 

Zinc spot 309-309.5; zinc future 319 
319.5. 

Silver spot 397.8 398.2; silver future 
408 408 2. 

Aluminium spot 675-677; alumin 
ium future 671-672. 

Nickel spot 2,495 2,515; nickel fu¬ 
ture 2,565 2,570. 


Alcan 
Alcoa 
Aid Chem 
AlChlm 
Am Air 
Am Brnd 
Am Beast 
Am Can 
Am El P 
Am Motor 
Am Tel T 
Ampex 
Asarco 
Ashland 
Atl Rich 
AvCO 
Avon 
Bell How 
Bendix 
Beth St 
Boeing ' 
Boise Cas 
Borden 
Borg W 
Bri My 
Brunswk 
Burl Ind 
Burl Nor 
Burroughs 
Caterpill 
Col Beast 
Celanese 
Chase M 
Chessie 
Chrysler 
CleveEl 
Coca Cola 
Col Palm 
Comsat 
Con Frt 
Con Nat G 
Cont-Oata 
Con Ed 
Cont Oil 
Crown Ck 
Crown Zell 
Della Air 
Disney W 
Digital E 
Dow Chem 
du Pont 
East Air 
East Kod 
El Paso 
Exxon 
Fair Cam 
Firestone 
Ford 
Gam Sko 
Gen Dyn 
Gen El 
Gen Food 
Gen Mot 
G Tel El • 
Gen Tire 
Ga Pac 
Gillette 
Goodyear 
Greyhound 
Gulf Oil 
Hilton 
Homestake 
Honeywell 
Houston 


QUOTATIONS 

33'. 

51 
36- 


36’ 


inland St — 
IBM 68't 

inlHarw 38 J . 

INCO 19 1 h 

12 *a mt Paper 42 7 » 

65', ITT 28 

44'Johns*Man 26' < 
38'. Kaiser Al 18' h 

21-4 Kennecotl 23 4 

7 Kraftco 48 

57 LTV 10 ’t 

15 Litton 33 

20 -’3 Lockheed 24 . 

39 . McDDoug 25'« 

64 7/cLean 14- * 

23', Merck 65 . 

49^8 7.5er lyn 19 

18 Minn M7tA 52-. 

38'; 7Ao Pac 49-4 

24 Mobil 39-4 

43 J « Monsanto 53 ; * 

36-4 AAotorola 44 . 

25* ? NCRCcrp 72 

32 v b Natomas 52 4 

34'-a Newmont 25's 

13 j b Nort Sim 15 

16^3 Owen III 21' 

57+4 Pac Gas 23 

69 Pan Am V1 

56 7 h Pan El P 54'. 

54*4 PeopG 39*1 

46'e PepsiCo ?6 : 4 

41'? Phil El 16-- 

PhilMorr 35. 

- Phil Pete 38' * 

!8 t Pit Bowes 26 - 

39'« Polaroid 29^ 

16-s ProcGam 74 * 

Pub Sv EG 21 

24" s RCA 25 

4Hs Repub SI 27 

43 Revlon 48 * 

23-4 Rockwell 38' = 

39 Scott Pap 17'« 

31'a Sea Cstle 30 

36 1 ® Sears 18 J * 

— Seatrain 6-. 

39i4 Shell 39' r 

57 Singer i4' 8 

28'. Sony u 8-. 

42'e So Cal E >4- 

8 J b South Pac 34-4 

54' 8 Sperry 

21", Stand Cal 50 . 

54’: Sun Oil 59'. 

31 7 « Teledyne 142 

12*4 Telex 4'. 

41+4 Texaco 28 

31'« Tex Gull 23 

36'a TWC 19'. 

51'* UnCarb 40'- 

32 ; . Un Pac 72 - 

57' 2 UnBrd 10' * 

— UnOil 38'« 

2Pa UAL Inc 26 , 

26- 4 u.S. Steel 23 

25' a West Air 9-. 

15 3 ♦ Westghse 21 

15 J « Weyerhsr 30 

27- „ Wometco 18-. 

29-4 Woolworth 25 . 

32H Xerox 64 

70 Zenith 13 


31 


43 


BOX SCORE 

Fn. Thurs. 

Issues traded 1855 1875 

Advances 658 82? 

Declines 744 653 

Unchanged * 453 <00 


I *22-j 
16‘ ; 
71 


20 


225 

— 5 

Sceptre r 

98788 

50 

43 

44 

— 5 

Weston 

920 

524 

, 24', 

% 22'. 

♦ % 

Scintrex 

700 

395 

395 

395 

- 5 

WstnJ 1 ,p 

750 

*60 

60 

'; 16' j 

♦ 1"; 

Scot LdSdl 

1100 

185 

185 

185 

♦ 10 

Wstn6pr 

Z50 

*75 

75 

71 

— 1 

scot Paper 

250 

*13' 

. 13% 

. 13% 

— % 

Whonok A 

1750 

SIS 

I IS' 

i 250 

- 5 

Scot York 

7900 

56' 

4 6 

. 6 4 

♦ % 

WilCO 

91100 

31 

24 

. 20 

♦ 4 

Scotts A 

300 

*12 

12 

17 


Willroy 

3300 

600 

295 

i 325 


Seaoram 

18400 

*33 ' 

» 33 

33 . 

♦ ' , 

Wm-Ekl 

11500 

16' 

: 15 

21 

♦ % 

Seaway M 

200 

*7' 

4 7% 

. 7% 

♦ ' 4 

Windfall 

48700 

ft) 

80 

% 21% 


Seaway or 

131 

485 

485 

485 

-27 

Wix Corp 

200 

*8- 

« 8’ 

72 


Selkirk A 

4300 

119 

4 19 

19% 


Woodreet 

7800 

55 

55 

135 

4 4 

Shaw Pipe 

800 

SIS 

* 15 

15% 

♦ % 

Woodwd A 

450 

*73- 

. 23' 

% 11% 


Shell Can 

7174 

*23' 

. 23 

23% 


Yk Bear 

4525 

58" 

. 8' 

i ?0 

♦ 1 

Shcrritt 

16665 

SI" 

4 10% 

1 10" 4 

* 1 < 

y Lambton 

6034 

145 

140 

48% 

% • 

Silymg 

5000 

21 

21 

21 

♦ 

Zellers A 

3000 

59’ 

, 9" 


Norcen 
Norcn ISO 
Nor cn 288 


*23 
*35 . 
*48 . 


Vancouver 

VANCOUVER(CP)- 
Prices were mixed in active 
leading on the Vancouver 
Slock Exchange Friday. Vol¬ 
ume w as 3,570.321. Ad 
winters and decliners both 
totalled Ilk. 

• In the industrials, Daon 
Development Corp. was 
down to $I5 :1 ', on 4,100 
shares. Grouse Mountain 
(?as dow n .00 to .72 on 2.000 
Potter Distillers A was un 
dianged at $1.00 on 900. 

On the resource and de¬ 
velopment board. Klondex 
Mines Ltd. was unchanged at 
51 on 227,700 shares. SNA 
Resources Ltd. was dow n .01 
Id .35 on 112,856. Rhodes Re¬ 
sources was up .10 to $1.75 on 
9+100. 

On the curb exchange. Jet- 
Star Resources was up .03 to 
$2.05 on 82,300 shares. Moly 
Mile Mines was down .05 to 
SO on 72,500. Oriana De¬ 
velopment was up .02 to .29 
on 56,500. 

Montreal 

CLOSING AVERAGES 

IN UT BA CO PA 

Chqe -2.32 ♦O.54 ♦ I 95 —1.27 —0.28 
« » 2 59 229.60 317.97 261 28 174 78 

Hr do 262.25 229.06 316.52 262.55 175.06 
Wk dOO 266 06 230.25 320 98 265 84 1/5 45 
Mt ago 269 00 233.04 308 38 267 16 172.59 
19 hi 280.S4 240.67 338.13 276 34 176 27 
79 lo 213.32 195 96 289.09 224 93 155 43 
Volume 343,535 

Money 

ihe bank’s purchase price of U.S 
Hnjds in this area Friday, according 
to the Royal Bank of Canada, was 
I lf>95 for cash, 1.1700 for travellers 
'heques and 1.1295 for coins. Their 

t ng price was 1.1815 for cash and 
101 


Daon Dev 13000 *15 • 
Daon A 350 *7"« 


0 for cheques 


MONTREAL (CP) - U S dollar in 
tt-r-ms of Canadian funds closed Fri¬ 
day up 1-100 at *1.1751; Thursday’s 
dose was *1.1750. Pound sterling was 
Mown37 50at *2.6675. In New York, the 
' ahadl|n dollar was down 1-100 at 
sO.8510 and pound sterling was down 
13-30 at *2 2700 

Nominal selling price of other mon 
lesin Canadian funds: Australian dol 
lar 1.3290, Austria schilling .0880, Ba 
hafna* dollar 1.1800, Barbados dollar 
5940, Belgium env franc .0404, Ber 
m(Jda dollar 1.1800, Brazil cruziero 
0664, xBulgaria lev 1.329, China ren 
mjnbi .7640, xColombia peso .0362, 
xQechoslovakia crown .2300, Den 
mark krone .2235, East Caribbean 
do|Jar .4410, France franc .2780, Ger 
many mark .6420, Greece drachma 
0370, Hong Kong dollar .2280, xHun 
oarianforint .06151. India rupee .1530, 
IrKh punt 2 6075, Italy lira .001430, 
Jamaica dollar .6660, Japan yen 
085415, Kuwait dinar 4.21, Mexico 
w£o .0535, Netherland guilder .5880, 
N.Z. dollar 1.20, Norway krone .2335, 
xl%>land zloty .0382, Portugal escudo 
0270, xRomania leu .2576, Saudi Ara 
bijrlyal .3450, Singapore dollar .5450, 
South Africa rand 1.3910, Spain peseta 
01770, Sweden krona .2880, Switzer 
labdfranc 7125,Trin-Tobdollar .4960, 
xU.S.S.R. ruble 1.7089, Venezuela bo 
HVar 2353. (x-FIxed monthly rate) 


transactions Quotations in cents un 

KentE 

3700 

less marked 5 

Net change is from 

Kind* 

227700 

previous close of same lot type 


Knobby 

1000 






Net 

La Teko 

2000 

Stock 

Sales 

High Low Close Ch’qe 

Laco 

/100 

Resource and Devcloomenl 


Lar pel 

3750 

Aaron 

400 

57 

7 

7 


Liberty 

12900 

Abella 

21000 

150 . 

143 

150 

♦ 5 

Lion Mn 

9500 

Action 

14800 

156 

150 

150 

♦ 7 

Lontng 

100 

Adanac 

500 

320 

320 

320 


Lorcan 

4900 

Agassi/ 

866 

115 

114 

115 


Lornex 

875 

Alice Lk 

9000 

IS 

14", 

15 


M M Prc 

74000 

Amber 

24400 

200 

195 

195 

—5 

Mcln ex 

7000 

Am Fir 

11600 

200 

185 

200 

♦ 18 

Maior 

4000 

Am Pyd 

1200 

150 

150 

150 

—6 

Makao 

3000 

Andex 

36900 

23 

21 

71'? 

—l'/j 

7/a roe 

5500 

Arcdia 

5000 

2? 

21 

22 

♦ 1 

Mark V 

200 

Argo go 

3273 

400 

390 

m 


7/vrtk 

2500 

Arg Res 

1300 

310 

310 

310 

♦ 5 

7/y rl 

10496 

Avino 

13829 

85 

84 

85 

♦ 1 

Mesion 

1000 

A/ure 

8000' 

9? 

90 

90 


7/id Mtn 

2200 

Barter R 

11600 

83 

87 

83 

♦ 3 

7/id Nrl 

7500 

Bath N 

3400 

10 

60 

60 


Mo! CO , 

200 

Bll Mly 

1000 

65 

65 

65 


7At Grnd 

4150 

Blmorl 

2300 

VOO 

890 

900 


Mos Crk 

6300 

Benson 

3500 

30 

27 % 

30 


Mt Wash 

2700 

Betina 

9500 

104 

99 

104 

♦ 4 

Mtn Stat 

400 

Blkdme 

7700 

180 

165 

170 

—IS 

7/lneer 

7500 

B Giant 

4400 

16? 

157 

157 

—5 

Mndee 

3000 

Brfr Cap 

7800 

118 

110 

115 

♦ 5 

Musto E 

9300 

Brent 

2000 

*15% 

15 

15% 


N Cinch 

42270 

Bucnr 

6150 

26 

24 

25 


N Frontr 

300 

BX Dev 

9710 

720 

690 

700 

♦ S 

Newhk 

500 

Caldnia 

9000 

155 

136 

145 


Nw Min 

19500 

Camro 

27000 

32 

31 

32 

♦ 2 

N Nadna 

/ 75 

Cd Nat re 

1000 

V k 

6% 

6' - 


N Privtr 

9000 

CanaJli 

5000 

78 

75 

78 


NtCal 

4600 

Carotin 

300 

51" , 

10% 

10-4 


Norco 

18064 

Casino 

16500 

57 

54 

55 

♦ 1 

Norex 

7000 

Celico R 

1700 

220 

215 

715 

♦ 5 

Nthair 

4600 

Charltn 

69900 

55 

39 

50 

4 10 

N Hart re 

26860 

Chariot 

3700 

ISO 

147 

150 


NS Res 

2000 

Cheycn 

3800 

445 

430 

445 

♦ 5 

Norwlh 

500 

Cima 

2400 

100 

92 

100 

-8 

NRD Mn 

800 

Citlec 

4000 

17 

17 

17 


Nu Engy 

too 

colbv 

8500 

137 

135 

137 

♦ 3 

Nuspar 

29200 

Clmn pr 

Z?l? 

26 

26 

26 


Omni 

70400 

Clomal 

3800 

395 

380 

385 

♦ 10 

Pac Cas 

1000 

Comet 

2000 

43 

43 

43 

♦ 1 

Pac Cvp 

1500 

Comwlt 

3500 

50 

47 

47 


Pcifc Rs 

4500 

Con Am 

4500 

165 

155 

165 

♦ 10 

P Acher 

3433 

C Bound 

7166 

106 

103 

105 

—5 

Pan Arc 

1700 

Cinola 

11200 

440 

435 

435 


Pthfndr 

5500 

C Five St 

400 

200 

200 

200 


Pegsus 

1300 

Cns Klco 

7000 

21 

21 

21 

—1 

Piper 

20020 

Cons But 

6000 

24 

24 

24 


Plains P 

11500 

C Slv Rg 

2700 

120 

115 

119 

-1 

Pondry 

1000 

Con Trn 

750 

73% 

r ?3': 

23% 

-3% 

Prince 

500 

C Silver 

4100 

470 

455 

465 

♦ 5 

Prism 

17600 

CopGnt 

9500 

54 

54 

54 

-3 

Pyx exp 

500 

Copr Lk 

3000 

15 

15 

15 

♦ 1 

QC Exp 

3100 

Coralta 

4900 

370 

355 

365 


Otsino 

3000 

Cosmos 

6500 

40 

37 

37 

—i 

Quintet 

4000 

Coynex 

ieoo 

135 

130 

135 

♦ 5 

Quinsfr 

2900 

Cream S 

24500 

70 

65 

65 

—5 

Rainier 

500 

Cree Lk 

1300 

400 

400 

400 


Ramco 

7000 

Dankoe 

120 

445 

445 

445 

—15 

Ramm 

3500 

David 

2300 

380 

375 

375 

—5 

Reako 

4000 

Davnpt 

3500 

60 

58 

60 


Rc-dfrd 

78900 

Delta 

1900 

465 

455 

455 

—IS 

Regncy 

10000 

Dora Ex 

49200 

172 

160 

160 

—5 

Rhodes 

92100 

Dual res 

4000 

90 

85 

85 

♦ 1 

Rtmrck 

2000 

Dusty M 

2000 

45 

45 

45 

♦ 1 

Rio Plat 

9400 

Eagle R 

5000 

16 

15 

16 

♦ 2 

Riviera 

1000 

Elfron 

1000 

40 

40 

40 


Robert 

3100 

Encx 

18400 

NO 

88 

9? 

—18 

Rosmc 

2500 

Forum 

6000 

48 

48 

48 


Sabina 

1000 

Fufurty 

19000 

31 

28 

30 

♦ 3 

Sna Res 

142856 

Galaxy 

520 

30 

30 

30 


SI elias 

2000 

Galvstn 

8600 

325 

315 

325 

♦ 5 

S Jcinto 

10000 

Gn Engv 

500 

43 

43 

43 


Saxton 

52735 

Geodm 

4300 

10? 

98 

102 

♦ 4 

Sc gold 

3200 

Giant Ex 

5470 

3? 

30 

32 

♦ 4 

Seatrth 

9500 

Glamis 

1000 

60 

60 

M 

♦ 5 

Seadrtt 

9500 

Goldbit 

6000 

122 

121 

121 

—4 

Seatu 

700 

Gol gate 

4000 

46 


45 


Seneca 

10200 

G Hercul 

1200 

100 

vy 

100 

♦ 10 

Silvana 

/) 

G N Pete 

5000 

66 

66 

66 


Slvrdo 

6000 

Gmlnd 

1000 

16 

16 

16 

—3 

S Chief 

2300 

Grndst 

100? 

79 

71 

79 


S Spring 

2000 

Grove E 

13000 

305 

300 

305 

♦ 5 

S Stndrd 

20000 

Hallmk 

7500 

4? 

41 

42 


Slvr Tsk 

6000 

Hereon 

7000 

270 

250 

250 


Slocan' 

2000 

Hi Ind Cr 

1400 

112 

112 

112 

♦ 5 

Sov Met 

5000 

Hghwd 

1400 

130 

130 

130 

♦ 5 

Stampd 

6600 

Host 

1000 

no 

120 

120 

—7 

Stnd Skt 

500 

ice Stat 

7000 

«5 

84 

84 


Snva res 

2000 

Initial 

3000 

54 

53 

H 

♦ 4 

Su/ie 

6200 

Intrcp 

2600 

168 

160 

168 


Table Mt 

3500 

int Balfr 

1400 

385 

375 

385 

♦ 20 

TX Res 

1000 

111 Bmc 

1500 

34 

34 

34 


Tcoma 

3000 

1 Shasta 

4900 

110 

105 

110 


Tascko 

3500 

Int std r 

2000 

60 

60 

60 

— 1 

Tmgi 

3000 

inreal 

1000 

20 

20 

20 


Terra 

14845 

Iona Svr 

15900 

95 

91 

91 

—S 

Tint Slv 

18900 

Jubile 

1000 

46 

46 

46 

♦ 1 

Tornon 

8100 

Kamad 

9700 

90 

85 

85 

—1 

Trusclt 

11300 

Kndahr 

5200 

04 

83 

84 

♦ 4 

Tri Star 

7800 


600 Sift'' 16 . 16 ; - 
4050 281 281 281 


54 51 

70 70 

63 60 

50 50 

61 57 

350 340 
150 140 


S?3‘« 23 

46"j 4? 
115 115 
90 85 

46 45 

25 20 

100 100 
385 370 
95 88 

129 129 

55 50 

52 50 

SIP, II', 
*9'} 9-4 
200 185 

16 16 
*134 13*. 
SO 46 
115 106 

130 121 
470 410 
365 365 

90 90 

120 170 
85 85 

28 25 

*9'. 9' 
248 234 
80 77 

400 380 
36 j4 
330 330 
39 J9 
219 217 
750 750 


Normick P 500 *9' 
NCOils /IS Sir- 
N Canada ?(W) no 


27'n 2?'i- 
35 * 35’ 4 - 
48 • 46'4 
9’ .• 9": . 

' ’• 14' a 


Silverwd A 205 . 
Simpsn 5 A 500 *8 
Sklar M 
Skye Re*- 
Skyline H 
Slater Sll 


I l s a 11>a 
... 8 8 
1350 285 285 285 
5950 *7*4 7 7 

600 390 390 390 
/?5 *16% 16% 


Slat Steel o 500 *14’. 14’.* I4 1 


Trust Units 

BBC Run 7110 *16% 16% 16-4 — 
BM-Rtun 1950 *17 11% 11% 

C Perm un 200 *7' a 7% 1\ 

C Realty u 400 *8% 8% 6% 

TD Realty 784 *25 % 25 . 25-4 - 




Grain 


100 420 470 470 


47 

♦ 2 

Tyce 

14000 

74 

73 

23 

♦3 

51 


UFC 

2000 

23 

23 

23 


70 

♦ 2 

U Hrne 

7000 

370 

no 

320 

♦ 20 

63 

♦ 3 

U mefie 

21000 

ft) 

75 

79 

-2 

50 


U Wstid 

500 

370 

370 

370 

♦S 

57 


VdllV CO 

1712 

514% 

14 . 

, 14% 

♦ 1 « 

345 


vantag 

14600 

120 

ns 

118 


149 

♦ 12 

vntor R 

7400 

83 

83 

83 


170 

—5 

vestor 

14200 

125 

120 

120 

-s 

80 


Wlcm N 

9150 

145 

135 

135 

-5 

23', 


Westfrt 

1700 

510 . 

10'; 

> 10". 


46' , 

t ♦S', 

Wslgrt 

2500 

345 

340 

34S 

-5 

115 


Wstmnt 

4J00 

690 

675 

680 

♦ 15 

90 

♦9 

Wharf 

2100 

200 

195 

195 


46 

-2 

Ykn Rev 

17500 

60 

’.ft 

58 

♦ 3 

20 

-6 

YufcnGd 

75400 

104 

85 

104 

♦ 19 

100 


Zenore 

17300 

63 

60 

63 

♦ 1 


♦ 20 
—7 


385 

88 

129 

50 

50 

IF; 


200 * 25 

16 

13-%- 
50 ♦2 

115 
130 
430 
365 

90 fS 
120 
85 
27 


97 90 90 —6 


640 615 
135 130 

88 85 

I? 12 
30 30 

375 370 
43 42 

380 380 
610 585 
71 70 


495 465 
100 100 
43 40 

19 18 

755 240 
151 150 

225 225 
23 23 

110 105 

15 15 


Actl wt 
Betina w 
Bfr wts 
Chrlol w 
Cwth wt 
C Svr Wt 
Cnt sl w 
Crm sl w 
Dor cx w 
in st rs a 
Iona Wts 
Mid N W 
NRD Wt 
On w 
Osewt 
Rho w a 
T ourn w 
Wet Wt 
Znrc wl 

BBC Un 
Cdn Jvln 
Daon Dv 
Grouse 
H Roach 
M B 
Paqur 
Potter A 
Potter B 


Warrants and Rights 


8000 

16 

12 

12 

—4 

6900 

18 

16% 

18 

♦ 3 

5300 

a 

26 

28 


4000 

10 

10 

10 

—1 

4000 

11 

10 

11 

—4 . 

13700 

M 

32% 

35 

—1 

29900 

16 

14 

16 

♦ 1 

45100 

34 

31 

31 

♦ 1 

2000 



f f. 


500 

13 

13 

13 ' 


5500 

0 

6 

6 


7500 

96 

90 

90 

—6 

6000 

220 

180 

200 

♦ IS 

MOO 

a 

a 

20 


35300 

55 

10 

51 

♦ 6 

4600 

10 

10 

10 


2000 

35 

)', 

35 

-s 

16000 10 9 

INDUSTRIALS 

10 

—1 

/SO 

*16". 

16% 

i 16% 


718 

165 

150 

156 


4100 

SIS 3 - 

15% 

i 15% 

— % 


7000 7? 72 

513 390 390 390 
100 *27 27 27 

300 435 435 435 
900 160 160 160 

100 195 195 195 


VANCOUVERCURBEXCHANGE 


Hoko 

Jet Star 

Jewel 

Jul<a 

Karma 

Kerry 

Leman 

Lincoln 

Loredi 

Luaarn 

Lustre G 

Mabec 

Maggie 

Malabr 

March 

Marco 

Mrauis 

Meca 

Meridn 

AVis Dor 

Mlv M78 

Mngrm 

NCAMrl 

Nep res 

N Aston 

NConq 

Nithex X 

Nomad 

Norqes 

Nortek 

N Lights 

N Hr/on 

N nuc cn 

Oliver 

Orel I 

Orma 

Panthr 

Pembk 

Penn E 

Pntn 

Petrox P 

Ph.ico R 

Phnx El 

Ponev 

Quinto 

Rebel 

Regis 

Rich Mil 

Rvr Mtn 


177 160 
53 50 
104 101 
15 15 
60 58 
150 14? 


310 780 
305 300 
75 75 

64 59 

220 220 
75 70 

375 375 : 
160 145 

155 155 

19 18 

92 89 

50 50 

22’j 22", 

56 56 

S9 3 % 9' a 


225 

23 

no 

15 

175 

50 

101 

58 

145 

70 

35 

35 

37 

305 

300 

75 

60 

220 


—7 . 

Acacia 

2000 

40 

40 

40 


Romeo 


Alcum 

7700 

255 

240 

240 

-IS 

Ruskin 

—7 

Alto Exp 

3000 

63 

61 

63 

♦ 1 

Sands M 

-10 

Amca 

15(0 

43 

43 

43 


Santa S 


Amigo S 

600 

37 

34 

35 

—1 

Sask wn 

-5 

Anes 

2500 

no 

105 

no 

♦ 5 

Senator 


Ariz silv 

? 700 

250 

240 

240 

-15 

Shelter 

♦ 3 

Armor 

1500 

110 

no 

no 

♦ 5 ’ 

Sienna 

♦ 2 

Arrow 

4000 

25 

23 

23 

—1 

Suntco 


Ascot 

6900 

148 

141 

147 


Sunrise 

♦ 30 

Ashcrtt 

16210 

195 

176 

195 

♦ 15 

SS icecr 


Ashnla 

6000 

00 

60 

60 

—10 

Svnrgy 

—1 

Aurus 

5000 

20 

20 

20 


Tagus 

♦ 1 

Brdme 

5601 

200 

189 

200 

♦ 12 

Tally 

-20 

Bch Gld 

5000 

40 

40 

40 


Taurus 

-5 

Beaver 

6500 

83 

80 

83 

♦ S 

Thndr 

-5 

Bclmnt 

19000 

71 

70 

71 

♦ 1 

Tormx 


Bianca 

2950 

395 

370 

3S0 


Totem 


Bpqevii 

2000 

19 

18 

18 

—1 

Tracer 

♦ 1 

Brican 

6600 

115 

no 

115 

♦5 

Trpac 

—4 

Bronsn 

2000 

35’ 

1 35% 

t 35% 

i 

Trident 


Bur Old 

39250 

60 

53 

58 

♦ 4 

Trio 


22 % 

56 -2 
9% 


John cbt 

Cmrlco 

Cannon 

Canzna 

Carder 

Cpnt Lk 

Chanel 

Cherke 

Cobre 

Cld Ik res 

C Reactr 

Con Min 

Cusac 

Cyclon 

Dallas 

Data Svs 

Decker 

Diana 

Doneg 

Dorado 

D eaolo 

Edina 

El Coco 

Eldor 

Erl rs 


2000 49 
3000 14 
10500 36 
36800 74 
1000 35 
3000 90 
4000 49 
30500 53 
11000 


MOO 130 125 130 
1000 40 
4500 22 


4000 125 

13500 45 

1000 46 46 

,150 14 14 

300 350 345 

1000 19 19 

6200 118 

Zl67 34 

3000 50 

4000 72 


37% 40 
70% 22 
120 125 


115 115 
34 34 


♦ 10 
♦ 2 


Tri Powr 

TRV Mn 

Tuncgo 

Un Gunn 

Valdez 

Velvet 

Veronx 

Warior 

Westly 

West en 

Yamot 

Binca wt 
G sha wt 
Pone wt 
Svnwt 


500 

64 

64 

82300 

213 

200 

2000 

30 

30 

3500 

a 

33% 

3000 

32 

32 

2500 

16 

16 

11150 

28 

.’6 

7800 

230 

22S 

J000 

30 

30 

500 

30 

30 

700 

175 

175 

13500 

50 

47 

500 

46 

46 

500 

34 

34 

14500 

85 

84 

500 

40 

40 

1000 

55 

55 

21500 

32 

30 

>0000 

3? 

a 

7000 

15 

15 

72500 

63 


5500 

225 

210 

8000 

30 

27 

14900 

255 

220 

5500 

170 

165 

1000 

2? 

22 

2000 

20 

20 

2000 

26 

26 

500 

60 

00 

13100 

380 

365 

2500 

18 

18 

7000 

96 

9? 

6500 

60 

55 

5000 

50 

50 

500 

71 

21 

56500 

30 

27 

5500 

25 

25 

10500 

72 

•a 

2000 

160 

160 

1000 

40 

40 

2500 

78 

75 

3000 

SO 

45 

5500 

62 

60 

27500 

80 

76 

1000 

24 

24 

32000 

22 

21 

17000 

3? 

30 

1000 

7", 

7% 

2000 

45 

4? 

7500 

165 

155 

1000 

50 

50 

1500 

230 

?25 

55200 

80 

77. 

200 

no 

no 

3000 

33 

33 

4350 

140 

135 

9300 

10? 

100 

1000 

85 

85 

18200 

26 

24 

z250 

43 

43 

17500 

81 

78 

42450 

75 

68 

750 

28 

28 

7500 

125 

125 

500 

90 

90 

1400 

310 

300 

•1500 

66 

60 

2000 

80 

80 

1500 

115 

115 

1000 

73 

73 

1500 

135 

135 

2500 

17! 

170 

200 

535 

535 

9500 

65 

64 




10000 

29 

28 

5000 

47 

45 

5400 

125 

120 

500 

70 

70 

10925 

125 

IIS 

24500 

86 

81 

2100 

150 

150 

Warrants and 

Rifll 

1300 

132 

131 

6000 

11 

10 

29000 

14 

12 

14500 

15% 

14 

OLUME 



50 


♦ I 


♦ 3 


46 
34 

IS 

40 

55 
J? 

3? 

15 -I 
60 -5 
210 -10 
27 —4 


WINNIPEG 

(Quotations in tonnes ) 

Open High Low Close Thurs. 

Flax 

Oct 328 50 331 10 328 50 331 00 329 30 

Nov - ;- - 329 00 328 00 

Dec 316 50 316.00 315.50 317 50 316.50 
Rapeseed Vancouver 
Spt 328 50 332 00 377 30 332.00 329.30 

Nov 329 00 332.00 327 80 331.70 329.50 

Jan 329.50 332 00 378 30 331 50 330.00 

Barley 

Ocl 94 40 95 50 93 40 95.40 95.80 

Dec 94.80 94 80 93 20 94 70 95 40 

Mar 95 20 95.90 94 50 95.60 6.60 

Oats 

101 60 102 00 101 50 101 80 101 90 
96.90 96 60 95 70 95 90 96.10 
94.40 94 50 94.30 94.50 95 00 

Feed Wheat 

Oct 124.20 124 20 123.00 124.10 124.60 
117.80 117.80 116.70 116.90 117 90 
117 80 117 50 11660 116 80 117.80 


Oct 

Dec 

/Aar 


Dec 

Mar 

Rye 

Oct 

Dec 

May 


159 20 160 00 159 00 1S9 20 164 00 
150.00 150.00 148 00 148.00 153 00 
147.90 150.20 147 90 U9.00 157 90 

CHICAGO 

(Quotations in bushels ) 

Open High Low Close Ch’ge 
Wheat 

4 05% 4.11% -.03 
4.09 4.22*} ♦ 03’* 
4.13 


415 416 

4 20 4.2? 

4.21 427 


132 —13 

11 —3 ’ 


14%—I 
3,570,321 


Gold 


2400 310 300 300 -15 
45 45 —1 

35 ‘ 


5000 
3167 36 


141 

141 

141 

Exclibr 

5300 

205 

200 

205 

♦ 10 

50 

50 

50 

Farrah 

7300 

185 

18? 

185 

♦ 5 

143 

140 

140 —5 

Futura 

30000 

190 

180 

190 

♦ 10. 

88 

85 

85 

GBX Mn 

1000 

12 

12 

12 


24 

24 

24 

Gold An 

5000 

82 

77 

77 

-3 

30 

30 

30 

Gold cup 
Gn Smrk 

3000 

4? 

40 

40 


20 

16 

20 

17700 

66 

63 

66 

♦ 3 

*5' 

: 5% 

5% — 

Grt Ctrl 

1000 

40"? 

40 

40% 

-?'; 

565 

555 

560 

Grt Wrld 

9000 

48 

45 

45 


253 

240 

250 

Grnwd 

900 

170 

170 

170 


85 

65 

81 -4 

Helgna 

6500 

190 

172 

187 

—3 

140 

135 

140 

Hesca 

10000 

61 

60 

60 


455 

400 

455 ^45 

Hlsd enr 

2500 

31% 

31 

31": 



LONDON (AP) — Closing gold 
prices Friday, in U.S. dollars an 
ounce. London 287.25, Paris- 305 74, 
Frankfurt 288.21, Zurich 286.625, 
Hono Kong 291.19 


Silver 

Closing basic price of 1,000-ounce 
certificates in the Victoria area, ac 
cording to the Scotiabank. *8.95 U.S 
bid per troy ounce and *8.99 asked 
Previous day same price 


Sep 
Dec 

Mar 4.21 4 27 4.13 4.28 ♦.05% 

Com -_ 

Scu 2 78 } 2.81 2.75% 2.97% ♦.01% 

Dec 2.73 2 78 2.7? 2.77% ♦.02% 

Mar 2.82 2.87 2.81 2.86% ^.03 

Oats 

Sep 1.37% 141% 1.36% 139% ♦ 01 

Dec 1.51 1.54% 1.50 1.53% ♦ 01% 

Mar 1.59% 1.62% 1.58 1.61% ♦ 01 

Soybeans 

Aug 7.17 7.17 7.08 7.14% -.07% 

Sep 7 15 7.17>, 7.10% 7.17%-.02% 

Nov 7.11 7 14 7.06% 7.13% +.01 

Soybean Oil 

Aug 27.35 27.05 27.20 - .28 

Sep 26 75 26 55 26.67 - .18 

Oct 26.40 26.15 26.35 - .06 

Soybean Meal 

Auo 191 00 190.10 190 90 - 30 

Sep 193.00 191 80 192.80 - .30 

Ocl 194.50 192.20 194.30 ♦ .80 


Commodities . 


Silver, New York (per 100 ox.) 

Open High Low Close Ch’ge 
Aug 895.00 899.50 893.50 897 SO ^4 40 
SCO 903 00 908 50 899 SO 904 50 44 00 
Dec 924.00 930 00 971 00 926 80 4 4.80 
Copper. New York (per 100 lbs ) 

Sep 85.50 85 80 83.95 84.50 -0 95 
Dec 86 00 86 50 84.55 85 10 -105 

Jan 86 20 86 35 85.85 85.20 —1.05 

Lumber, Chicago (per 1,000 bf) 

Sep 261.30 262 00 259 20 261 30 4 3.00 
Nov 228.70 230.50 277 70 228 90 ♦ 80 
Jan 218.50 719.00 218 30 218 80 4 .90 
Plywood, Chicago (per 1,000 sq. ft.) 
Sep 197.50 198.30 197.00 197.60 ♦ .60 

Nov 192.60 194.10 192.60 194 00 4l.?0 

Jan 193 SO 194 00 193 30 193 70 ♦ 60 

Porkbellies. Chicago (per 100 lbs.) 

Aug 30.00 30.20 28.60 29.55 ♦ 37 

Feb 39 30 397 0 37 97 38.87 - 12 

Mar 39 80 40.25 38.35 39.27 - .05 

Gold, Chicago (per oz.) 

Sep- 799 40 290 00 287.50 288.50 ♦1.00 
Dec 296.40 297.30 294.80 296.10 ♦ I 00 
Mar 303.80 304.60 302.10 302.90 ♦ «) 
Gold, Winnipeg (per oz.) 

Open High Low Close Thurs. 
Oc 291.40 29) 60b 290.50a 291 00b 290 00a 
Ja 299.00 299.80b 298 00a 298 20b 297 20a 
Ap - - -— 306.80a 305.00a 

Livestock 

CALGARY (CP) — Activity at the 
Calgary public stockyards was light 
Friday with the saleof 75 head consist¬ 
ing of a light supply of Dl-2 slaughter 
cows and feeder cattle. There were no 
slaughter steers or heifers on offer. 
Dl-2 slaughter cows traded at steady 
prices. Feeder cattle receipts consist¬ 
ed of light supplies of good feeder 
heifers and common and medium 
feeder steers. Good feeder heifers 
met a good demand at higher prices 
Common and medium feeder steers 
over 600 pounds *80-*90; good feeder 
heifers 600-700 lbs. 86-92 , 500-600 lbs 
91 96, common and medium over 500 
lbs. 75-85. D1 2 COWS 51-55 


SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 63 

(SAANICH) 

DO YOU NEED A HOUSE OR COTTAGE? 

School District No. 63 (Saanich), through Stelly's 
Secondary School Construction class, makes 
available, at cost, residential houses (or other 
structures). 

Prolects need to conform to certain limitations due 
to time, class sizes and Ministry of Highways 
transportation regulations. 

We are looking particularly for someone who de¬ 
sires a house of approximately 700 to 1,150 square 
feet. 

If you are interested, or wish further information, 
please contact: 

School District No. 63 (Saanich) 

9751 — 3rd Street 

P.O. Box 20)0, SIDNEY, B.C. V8L 3S4 
Telephone 656-11)1 

Closing date for enquiries is Friday, August 10, 
1979. 


PROPOSAL FOR IHE STUDY OF SEWAGE 
COLLECTION AND DISPOSAL SYSTEMS 
FOR THE CORDOVA BAY AREA 
DISTRICT OF SAANICH 


Letters of interest are requested from firms that 
have had prior experience on large sewage dispos¬ 
al projects, have knowledge of local conditions and 
have available permanent staff experienced in all 
methods of sewage collection and disposal 

Terms of reference for the Study are available trom 
the Engineering Department. Saanich Municipal 
Hall, 770 Vernon Avenue, Victoria, B.C 

Letters trom interested parties should be received 
no later than 4 p m.. August 10, 1979, addressed 
to the Municipal Engineer, Corporation of the 
District of Saanich. 770 Vernon Avenue. Victoria. 
B.C. 



1328 Douglas Street 384-5311’ 

Also in Sidney.and Courtenay 


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BUSINESS 


THE COLONIST, Sat., August 4, 1979 7 


London Alberta Options 

MAU if It 1 flrtrkNn ■ ftrtrL 


LONDON (CP) - Closing stock 
quotations! 11 day in new pentrimless 
pounds are i min died * indicates that 
qt Kit a lions im lodes <5>llai premium 
based on latest conversion rale. 
0V7W Associated Brit roods78, Bab 
u*k and Wilt ok 150. Bass Charring 
ton m, BILL 114';. uBIvvoors 560, 
IUK Intel national 714, Boots 183 . . 
Bowater Is5'., Brit Am Toll i/7';. 
Bi it Assets Trust 6>' *>, Brit Petroleum 
H it la xBroken Mill prop 4464, 
But tel s 1J IS 16. Hurmah Oil 143. 
xlainidlan Par 13. xCharter Cons 
IJ4‘ . cons Gold 714'Courtaulds 84, 
xlX- Beers 702. Distillers 736. Dunlop 
59. LMI 95',. xF S Geduld 23 13 16. 
Gen Elec 359';. Glaxo 435'Grand 
Metropolitan Motels 144, Gr Un Stores 
A 396. Guest Keen 257'Mawker Sid 
delev 188. Moover A 153' i. ICI 320';. 
Imp Tob 90*4, xlntl Thomson 338'., 
Kloot 114, Marks and Spencer 111, 
Metal Box 260. Minorco 145’ xPhil 
lips S30, Pilkinoton Bros 302'Pies 
sey 108. Rank A 214, Rio Tinto Zinc 
271'-., Roan Consol 72';, Sel Trust 472. 
Second Scott Inv 894, Shell T and T 
350, Tanganyika 169' .', Thdrn 417, 
Trusthouse 136'?. Tube Investments 
322, Ultramar 291., Unilever 504, 
xunion Corp 670, Vaals 284, Vickers 
161''., Western Driefontein 43, West¬ 
ern Deep Level 14 1-16, xWest Mines 
123’ , W Holding 31'?, Woolworth 
/3'4. Zambian Copper 9 Bonds: Brit 
Transport 64*4, Brit Cons 2 • 234, 
Treasurv 8’ ■> 93, War Loans 34. The 
Financial Times Industrial index 
457.5, up 1.8. 

Earnings 

Algoma Central Railway, six 

months ended June 30: 1979. 53,904, 
000, 5119 a share; 1978. 53,109,000,95 
cents. 

Becker Milk Co., year ended April 
30: 1979, 52.266.094, 51.30 a share; 
19/8, 5505,944. 27 cents. 

Consolidated Textile Mills Ltd., six 
months ended June 30: 1979, 56,001, 
000. 52.15 a share; 1978. 5946,000, 42 
cents. 

Crown Trust Co. six months ended 
June 30: 1979, 5913,605, no share fig¬ 
ures; 1978. 5806,365. 

Great Lakes Forest Products Ltd., 
Six months ended Jun 30: 1979, 519, 
J00.000.55.30 a share; 1978,57,200,000, 
SI 99 

Gregory Industries Ltd., six months 
ended-June 30: 1979,51.178,524,51.36 a 
share; 1978, 5919,072, 89 cents. 

Imasco Ltd., three months ended 
June 30: 1979, 515,941,000, 51.55 a 
share; 1978,511,889,000,51.20. 


Complete tabulation of Friday 
tiansactlons on the Alberta Stock Ex 
i tianac. Net change is from previous 
board lot closing sale. Quotations in 
cents unless marked 5. 


Closing prices of all traded options. 
Sales unit is 100 shares. P denotes 
puts. (Trans-Canada options combine 
Montreal and Toronto exchange op 


Slock Salts High Low Close Ch'ge 

tion trading): 



Acroll 

/IKK) 

IT. 

134 

134 

♦ 5 

Options 


Vol Int Last Close 

Amelia 

4500 

120 

107 

107 

-8 

Abitibi 

Fb 174 

7 

189 524 5184 

Aquarius 

500 

130 

130 

130 


Abitibi 

Fb 20 

1 

634 140 5184 

Ashlu 

2000 

175 

175 

175 


Abitibi 

Ag 15 

2 

117 53-4 5184 

Haictta . 

5200 

175 

160 

165 

-10 

Abitibi. 

Ag 174 

20 

562 140 518'.. 

H.iions 78300 

38 

35 

38 

♦ 5 

Abitibi 

Nv 26 

25 

V6I 75 SIB'. 

Bearcat war 7000 

105 

105 

105 

♦ 5 

Alt GA 

Fb 25 

3 

225 150 5224 

Bonn 


295 

275 

275 

-10 

Alt GA 

Nv 25 

2 

421 80 5224 

Calm 

TOO 

5104 

104 

104 

♦ 4 

Alcan 

Fb 40 

7 

86 $34 539 

Cal West 

2500 

20 

20 

20 


Alcan 

Fb 45 

10 

132 150 539 

Cdn Bashaw 1200 

345 

325 

325 

-25 

Alcan 

Ag 40 

1 

324 50 539 

Clearport 

110 

330 

330 

130 

-20 

Alcan 

Nv 35 p 

3 

8 90 539 

Comm cl 

2000 

250 

240 

210 

-30 

Alcan 

Nv 40 

S 

524 180 539 

Concept 

11400 

355 

8S 

340 

♦ 15 

Aqutin 

Sp 35 

7 

71 524 534'u 

Cultus 

1000 

45 

V, 

45 


Aqutin 

Dc 35 

1 

75 534 5344 

Flag 

850 

75 

70 

75 

♦ 5 

Asama 

Ja 20 

5 

449 155 51B 

Flin Flon 

4000 

80 

80 

80 

-5 

Asama 

OC 174 

1 

981 160 518 

Gold Lake 

600 

185 

IIS 

185 


Asama 

OC 174P 

2 

124 90 518 

Gulch 

1400 

290 

285 

285 

-5 

Asama 

OC 70 

29 2320 90 $18 

Hiohficld 

1012 

320 

315 

320 

♦ 10 

Asama 

Oc 20 p 

13 

45 $24 518 

Tlka 

27000 

205 

175 

190 

♦ 15 

Asama 

Oc 22 '. 

25 

732 50 518 

Kintla 

2000 

50 

50 

50 


Bell Can Fb 22> * 

1 

329 100 521 4 

Lariat 

2000 

77 

77 

ft 


Bell Can Ag 20 

10 

235 175 5214 

LCM Res 

3000 

165 

165 

165 

♦ 5 

Bell Can Ag 214 

102 

324 30 521 4 

i obeli 

3500 

94 

85 

94 

♦ 9 

Bell Can Nv 214 

16 1314 90 $214 

Loil 

3000 

■ 

75 

75 

—5 

Brscn A 

Ag 224 

17 

947 50 5224 

Mid-East 

7500 

45 

45 

45 

—1 

Brscn A 

Nv 20 

11 

155 534 5224 

Missi 

200 

165 

165 

165 


Brscn A 

Nv 22'; 

7 

986 165 522 4 

Mnt Jamie 

5500 

180 

175 

180 

—7 

Brscn A 

Nv 27'. 

10 

97 35 5224 

Multiple 

6000 

70 

60 

70 

-2 

Bk Mtl 

Ag 25 

4 1050 35 $244 

New Domn 

3400 

S9N 

84 9 


Bk Mtl 

Nv 274 

3 

647 40 524 

N Gateway 

1000 

255 

255 

255 

—5 

Bow Val Oc 30 

6 

48 175 5284 

Newport Wt 1000 

35 

35 

35 


CBth A 

Ja 124 

3 

146 $24 5144 

New Pass 

1500 

70 

70 

70 


CBth A 

Ap 15 

20 

46 175 $144 

Nimrod 

2900 

155 

151 

151 

—4 

CBth A 

Oc 124 

4 

380 524 5144 

Norminco 

2000 

205 

200 

200 

—5 

C Gas 

Dc 25 

5 

21 60 5234 

Northstar 

1100 

330 

325 

no 


CP Ltd 

Fb 30 

S 

152 534 5324 

Oilex 

2000 

255 

250 

755 

—20 

CP Ltd 

Ag 32' } 

t 

288 50 532'« 

Omega 

1100 

485 

485 

485 

-5 

CP Ltd 

Nv 35 

t 

208 105 532'« 

Orbit 

700 

500 

sou 

500 


Denis 

AP 30 

to 

20 534 5274 

Paramnt 

3400 600 

575 

600 


Denis 

Oc 274 

2 

37 $24 5274 

Penstar 

13100 

S8 

55 

58 

♦ 3 

Dorn m 

Ja 334 

2 

2 5124 5414 

Peregrine 

13400 

225 

220 

225 


Dom M 

Oc 36'. 

1 

1 $7 5414 

Public Stor 200 

$20 

* 20*• 20» 

a 

Dorn M 

Oc 434 

5 

8 544 5414 

Ranchmns 

4900 

S6 

S'. 

D 6 

♦ */« 

Dom M 

Oc 45 

12 

101 54 541 4 

Rangecort 84900 

30 

27 

30 


D Pete 

Ja 40 

5 

210 512 545 4 

RtO Alto 

2400 

270 

265 

270 

♦ 5 

D Pete 

Ja 45 

7 

261 594 5454 

Rupertsld 

10000 

420 

420 

420 

♦ 10 

D Pete 

Ja 45 p 

1 

38 56 5454 

Saco 

2800 

115 

no 

115 

♦ 10 

D Pete 

Jd 50 

10 

583 58 4 5454 

Sastex 

2500 

115 

1)5 

115 

♦ 10 

D Pete 

Ja 55 

60 

880 564 5454 

Seagull 

900 

500 

490 

490 

-10 

D Pete 

Ap 40 

10 

10 5144 5454 

Sparrow 

13800 

110 

98 

105 

♦ 5 

D Pete 

Ap 45 p 

• 10 

31 $64 5454 

Strand 

650 

57' 

i 74 -7' 

i-li 

D Pete 

Ap 50 

13 

129 594 5454 

Turbo wts 

1100 

59' 

; 9' 

« 9' 

2 

D Pete 

Ap 50 p 

t 

15 510'* 545'« 

Twin Rich 

1000 

370 

370 

370 


D Pete 

Oc 234 

13 

250 5224 5454 

Univ Ex 

3800 

325 

320 

320 

-5 

D Pete 

Oc 25 

30 

341 5214 5454 

Univ Uran 

1500 

270 

260 

270 

♦ 20 

D Pete 

Oc 35 

29 

1339 513 545 4 

XRG Int 

2300 

519 

18 

18 

— 4 

D Pete 

OC 40 

68 2358 $10 $454 

Zephyr 

100 

56' 

s 64 6'a 

D Pete 

Oc 40 p 

80 

409 52 4 5454 

BeautortprB 112 

$12 

12 

12 


D Pete 

OC 45 

179 3366 $74 5454 

Nwest Tr pr 100 

$30 

30 

30 


D Pete 

Oc 45 p 

' 11 

160 554 5454 

NorthlndBnk800 

$13'. 

; 13’ 

i 134 

D Pete 

Oc 50 

138 5459 554 5454 

Radial 

.2000 

33 

33 

33 


D Pete 

Oc 50 p 

5 

79 574 5454 


Two-year freeze on wages asked 

Union aid sought by Chrysler 


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Total volume: 368,519 


D Pete Oc 55 
DTex Dc 12'. 



Frontier Names 
Vancouver Manager 

VANCOUVER (August 4th)—Frontier Airlines hss 
announced the appointment of Debbie La Freniere as city 
manager for Vancouver, a newly created position for 
Frontier's second terminal in Canada. Assisted by a staff of 
10. she will be responsible for managing Frontier's over-all 
marketing and station operations in the Vancouver area. 

She initially joined Frontier in 1974 when the airline was 
establishing its first Canadian terminal at Winnipeg. She 
served as assistant to Frontier's district sales manager there 
until 1977 when she took an executive post with a financial 
corporation in Toronto, a position held until she rejoined 
Frontier in May. 

A native of Winnipeg. La Freniere completed her early 
education there and is currently enrolled in the Canadian 
Institute of Management, having attended the University of 
Manitoba and the University of Toronto. 

She and her husband. Ron Dojack. a computer consultant, 
are now in the process of relocating to Vancouver. 

Addition of Vancouver to Frontier's routes on July 16 
brought to 94 the number of airports seved by Frontier in 26 
U S. states. Mexico and Canada. The Denver (Colo.j-based 
airline operates a fleet of 36 Boeing 737 twinjets. each 
seating up to 106 passengers. 

The airline now operates three daily flights from Vancouver, 
one flying to Spokane. Wash., and Salt Lake City, Utah, and 
the other two linking Vancouver to Spokane. Denver and 
additional U.S. cities in central and southern states.*'* 


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Nv 32' ip 
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Colonist Washington Post Service 

WASHINGTON — The fi¬ 
nancially stricken Chrysler 
Corp., in an unprecedented 
move for one of the Big 
Three automakers, asked 
the United Auto Workers 
Friday for a two-year freeze 
on wages and benefits. 

UAW President Douglas 
Fraser called the propos 
al unacceptable, but did not 
rule out special consider¬ 
ations for Chrysler after a 
pattern for a new three-year 
auto industry contract has 
been set at General Motors 
and the Ford Motor Co. 

“Our leadership has never 
turned its back on its duty 
and responsibility,” said 
Fraser in remarks to the 


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146 1131 180 5234 

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5 7?1 $24 577 

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10 245 80 577 

5 104 60 536 

7 66 90 5224 

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53 3305 10 5224 

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5 5 50 5224 

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1 106 40 

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2 221 $74 5484 

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6 782 175 5484 

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15 166 120 $284 

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proxx.that a Chrysler official 
Interpreted as "quite sup¬ 
portive" of the company’s 
plight. 

The UAW has already 
ruled nut Chrysler as a strike 
target and joined the com¬ 
pany in asking Washington 
for $1 billion in financial 
help. The union, known for 
its barganing innovations, is 
considered likely to press for 
non economic contract 
breakthroughs in exchange 
for any financial conces¬ 
sions it may make, although 
union officials say it is pre¬ 
mature to speculate on any 
tradeoffs. 

In an apparent attempt to 
dramatize the company's 
plight and show Washington 


it intends to streamline op¬ 
erations, Chrysler President 
Lee Iacocca appeared per¬ 
sonally at the bargaining 
table—a rare if not unprece¬ 
dented move for an auto 
company president — to bid 
for the wage-benefit freeze. 

For nearjy two hours, la- 
cocea reportedly made a de- 
tailed presentation of 
Chrysler’s financial woes, 
including its staggering 
$207.1 million second-quar¬ 
ter loss, and outlined the 
company’s plans for recov¬ 
ery, including details of the 
small, fuel-efficient cars it 
plans for 1981. 

The company and union 
agreed the freeze proposal 
was uoprecedented for any 


of the top three companies, 
although in the past Studc- 
baker and American Motors 
won concessions because of 
financial problems. 

The UAW, which repre¬ 
sents 124,000 Chrysler work¬ 
ers, had expected a bid for 
some concessions, but ap¬ 
parently did not expect the 
two-year freeze proposal. 

» The request went “far be¬ 
yond anything that the (bar¬ 
gaining) committee could 
seriously accept,” said 
Fraser in announcing that 
the union's Chrysler bar¬ 
gaining council will be con¬ 
vened next week to consider 
the situation. It will meet 
Thursday in Chicago. 

Fraser contended the pro¬ 


posal amounted to a wage 
cut, not a freeze. Figuring 
Inflation at 12 1-2 percent 
over the next two years, 
Chrysler workers would bo 
taking a 25 percent pay cut, 
he said. Auto workers now 
receive about $9 an hour in 
wages and another $0 in 
benefits. 

But Fraser's treatment of 
Chrysler was mild compared 
to the wrath he directed at 
GM Chairman Thomas 
Murphy for opposing gov¬ 
ernment aid for Chrysler 

Murphy "hasn’t got any 
goddam business" suggest¬ 
ing what the government 
should do about Chrysler, 
Fraser said. 


Shrinking surplus weakens $ 


OTTAWA (UPC) — The 
value of the Canadian dollar 
drifted down slightly Friday 
after the federal govern¬ 
ment reported Canada's 
trade surplus during the first 
six months of 1979 was only 
about half the previous 
year's level. 

The dollar opened stronger 

Mutual 

funds 

TORONTO (CP)—Recent prices of 
investment funds supplied bv The In¬ 
vestment Funds Institute ot Canada 
Friday. They arc the net asset value 
per share or unit tNAVPSt last circu¬ 
lated bv the fund in accordance with 
Its pricing practice as contained in the 
prospectus ot the fund, n—no sales 
charge, x — U.S. Fund, v — detaved 
NAVPS. xd—ex-dividend. 

Institute Resource 6.26 

Members NonMembers 

AGF Group ynAltamira Fd6.5, 

vAmer Grwth 6.23 AsSoc Inv 8 01 
vCdn Gs Egv 5.89 
- Gth8 


on money markets when Sta¬ 
tistics Canada announced 
the country ran a $19<)-mil- 
lion trade surplus in June, 
down only marginally from 
the $215-million surplus the 
previous month. 

However, Canada’s posi¬ 
tion remained stable be¬ 
cause seasonally adjusted 
figures showed that a fi.l-per 
cent—$310-mlllion —drop in 
exports to $4.8 billion was 
offset by a 5.8-per cent drop 
in imports. In May exports 
had risen 4.8 per cent and 
imports 2.2 per cent. 

“Because there was a sur¬ 
plus they did have a favor¬ 
able response initially.” a 
trader in the Toronto money 
market said. “But that has 
since been completely ig¬ 
nored.” 


The Canadian dollar 
opened on Toronto markets 
al 85.19 U.S. cents but 
dropped to 85.06 late in the 
afternoon. 

The latest figures gave 
Canada a second-quarter 
trade surplus of $492 million. 
The surplus through the first 
half of this year stood at $990 
million, about half the $1.86 
billion surplus run up during 
the same period last year. 

The country registered a 
record $2.5-billion trade sur¬ 
plus last year but in July 
Finance Minister John Cros- 
ble predicted this year's sur¬ 
plus would reach only about 
$2.1 billion. 

The rate of growth in ex¬ 
ports had been declining fas¬ 
ter than the growth in im¬ 
ports since Iasi December, 


vBeaubran 5.38 
vCdn Sec Gm 8.4$ Ciau Group 


Inco Fb 22 . 

Inco Fb 25 

Inco Aq 22 't 

Inco Aq 25 

Inco Nv 20 

Inco Nv 75 

Norcn Fb I74p 
Norcn Fb 70 p 
Norcn Fb 27'; 

Norcn Fb 25 
■Norcn Ag 70 
Norcn Aq 22'; 

Norcn Aq 22’ .p 
Norcn Aq 75 
Norcn Nv 20 p 
Norcn Nv 72'. 

Norcn Nv 224p 
Norcn Nv 25 
Noran Fb 45 
Noran Fb 50 
Noran Ag 45 
Noran Aq 50 
Noran Nv 50 
Noran Nv 55 
Rang Oc 27' j 
Rang Oc 30 
Rang Oc 324 
Rov Bk Ja 40 
Roy Bk Ja 45 
Shell C Fb 20 
Shell C Fb 224 
Shell C Ao 70 
Shell C Ag 224 
Shell C Ag 25 
Shell C Nv 724 
Stlco A Fb 274 
Stlco A Fb 30 
Stlco A Ag 274 
Stlco A Aq 30 
Stlco A Nv 30 
Total P Ja 25 
Total P Ja 30 
Total P Oc 75 
Total P Oc 774 
Total P Oc 30 
Total P Oc 324 
Seqrm Ja 35 
Seqrm Oc 32'. 

Seqrm Oc 35 
Seqrm Oc 40 
Wcoasl Dc 124’ 

Wcoast Oc 15 
Total volume 3283 
Total open interest 133041 


Dividends 

Acklands Ltd., 12 cents; 2nd pfd. A, 
24 cents; both payable Aug. 31, record 
Auq. 17 

Barbecon Inc., 13 cents. Sept 14, 
record Aug. 31 

Canada Cement Lafarge Ltd., 20 
cents, an increase of five cents, Aug. 
31, record Aug. 31; 6'; per cent pfd., 
32.5 cents. Sept 20, record Aug. 20. 

Celanese Canada Ltd., five cents; 51 
pfd., 25 cents; $1.75 pfd , 43.75 cents; 
all payable Sept. 28 record Sept. 7. 

Chrysler Corp., omitting common 
dividend normally payable in Septem 
ber 

CHUM Ltd., 24 cents, annual, plus 
an extra special of five cents; class B, 
six cents, plus an extra of special of 
five cents; all payable Sept. 1, record 
Aug. 17. 

Cyprus Anvil Mining Coro., 15 
cents, Sept. 1, record Aug. 24. 

Gregory Industries Ltd., seven 
cents, Sept. 1, record Aug. 15. 

Kraft Inc., 75 cents, U.S. funds, 
Sept. 10, record Aug. 17. 

Lawson and Jones Ltd., class A, 60 
cents; class B, $7.50, semi annual; 
Sept. 28, record Sept. 7 


_18.46 

vCdn Trustd 4.47 
vCorp Invest 7.12 
yCorpInv Stic 9.05 
vGth Equity 14.86 
yJapan 13.92 
ynMoney Mkt 
10.00 

yOptionEQuit4.59 
vSpecial 6.84 
All Canadian Grp 
vCompound 762 
vDividend 800 
vNorthn Egv 5.16 
vRevenueGth4,51 
V4000 5.18 

Bolton Tremblay 
Cda Cumul 9 41 
income Fund 9.88 
Internatnl 9.27 
Pfd Resourcs 8.09 
Taurus 10.36 
Calvin Bullock Gr 
Acrofund 187 
Banner Fund 4.86 
CIF 5.45 

CIF Income 10.12 
Cambridge Group 
Vlntl Energy 3.23 
ylntl Gwth 5.56 
vlntl Income 3.97 
vNat ResGth 5.37 
vunivest 6.84 
vGrowth 8.64 
CSA Mgmt Gr 
Goldfund 6 26 
Gotdtrust 3.35 
Confed Group 
Dolphin Eatv 7.11 
vDolphin Mtg 5.00 
Cundill Value 7.63 
Eaton Bay Group 
Commwth 20.07 
Dividend 5.18 
Growth 
income 
Internatnl 
Leverage 
Venture 
Viking 
Guaranty Trust Gr 
vnlnvEquity 10.71 
vninv income 4.17 
vnMortgaae 9.96 
Guardian Group 
vEnterprtse 1.21 
vGlS Comp 15.04 
yGIS Income 4.12 
vGwth Fnd 14.76 
yNorth Amer 5.94 
yMutual Acu 6.37 
yMutual Inc 5.95 
vSec Income 9.55 
vWorld Equit 5.58 
Investors Group 
vBond 4.98 
vDividend 8.39 
vGrowth 1441 
vlnternatnl / 66 
vJapan 12.01 
vMortqaQe 4,83 
yMutual 650 
vProvidt Stk 7.17 
vRetiremnt 8.28 
vnJones Hwrd 6.82 
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vCollective 10.19 
vGrowth 6.50 
vVcnture 5 54 
vBond 3.07 
Prudential Gr 
Growth 8.19 
income 5.11 
vSask Dev Fd 5.23 
Scotiatund Gr 
Scotiafund 1.32 
Scotiafd Mtg .99 
Templeton Gth 7.21 
United Bond Share 
RovFund 9.43 
RovFund Inc 4.91 
Universal Group 
Equity 13.62 
Income 4.91 
Internatnl 5.55 


vCo-Opera 

andmarl 


14.52 

4.37 

14.03 

6.50 

6.46 

7.11 


. . 13.34 

vLandmark 15.60 
Canagex Gr 
vBond 9.39 
Fund 13.33 
Internatnl 9.36 
yMortgaqe 10.03 
vCapital Grth 13.89 
xChase 6.84 
ynComCp Mtg 9.96 
Desiardms Gr 
vCanadian 10.89 
vHvpotheq 4.33 
vlnternatnl 10.03 
vObliqatns 5.09 
vQuebec 5.50 
nySpec 7.91 
Dixon Kro9 Gr 
Dixon, Krog 12.28 
Heritage 3.37 
Vanguard 9 27 
vOominCompll.28 
vOomin Equit 12.60 
Drevfus Group 
xlnc 13.09 
xlnternatl 18 38 
vnDynamic 12 54 
vnExecut Inti 1 41 
xFid Trend 26 41 
nFstCdn Mtg 10 1? 
Fiscon Fund 6 25 
nHarvard 11.05 
Industrial Gr 
Indusl Amer 3 07 
Indus) Div 7 45 
Indust Eq 9 37 
Indus) Gth 6 18 
Indust Incm 10 33 
Indus) Pens 34 14 
Keystone Gr 
Cus K 2 5.44 

Cus S-1 18.49 

Cus S 4 5.72 

Polaris 3 65 
xLex Rsrch 15 78 
xManhatn 2.92 
vMaritlme Eq 3.36 
Marlborough 7 60 
vnNatrusco 17.81 
NW Group 
Canadian 6.46 
Eouity 10.51 
xOne Wm St 16.32 
xODpenhmr 6.82 
Pemberton Gr 
nPacific Div 7.46 
nPacific Ret 5 38 
nPacific US 5.97 
PHN Group 
vBond It.52 
vCanadian 1I.8S 
vDiv income ll 14 
Fund 16.93 
v Pooled 37 59 

nvRRSP 17 48 

PMF Managmnt 
nPension Mu 9.17 
nXanadu Fd 6 49 

nPutnam 11 19 

Pret el Revenu Gr 
American 12.63 
Canadian 862 
Foods M 4 92 

Retraite 8.96 
Sterling Group 
Equity 8.23 
vMortgage 4.96 
xTech 948 

vTradex 19 57 

Trans Canada Gr 
A 6.01 

B 63 10 

C 11.58 

United Group 
yAccumula 5.61 
vAccumula R 7.16 
vAmerican 2.03 
vCont Morfg 5.06 
yHorizon 3.89 
vSecuritv 4.55 
vVenture 4.00 
Wenture Ret 7,47 
Western Grth 6 60 


West Coast buys 
Tyee Airways 

West Coast Air Services Ltd., an inter-city carrier 
between Victoria and Vancouver harbors, has reached 
an agreement with Tyee Airways of Sechelt to acquire 
Tyee. The acquisition, for an unstated amount, is subject 
to approval by federal transport authorities. 

Al Campbell. T.vee's president, remains with the firm 
under a management contract, said Lynn Thow, presi¬ 
dent of West Coast. 

Campbell said that the reorganized company now 
will be able to provide fuller service with larger equip¬ 
ment 

Tyee. which has four de Haviiland Beavers, an Otter 
and three Cessna ISOs on floats, will now be able to 
lake advantage of West Coast's much-larger Twin Otter 
planes, according to Newell Morrison. Victoria, chairman of 
the board of West Coast. 

Tyee operates a scheduled service between Vancouver. 
Sechelt and Powell River and makes slops al various 
other points on the Sunshine Coast. 

Another sands plant 


cutting the trade surpluses, 
but Stalisties Canada said 
this trend now appeared to 
have ended. 

The largest drop came in 
exports of raw materials, 
down 13. per cent or $110 
million to $910 million. Sales 
of coal, metal ores and crude 
petroleum all dropped after 
a 9-percent increase in raw 
material exports in May. 

Exports of end products 
declined 7 per cent or $20 mil¬ 
lion to $1.56 billion, following 
a 3.7-per cent increase in 
May, the government 
agency said. 


LUMBER TRADER/BROKER 

Tired ot mainland! Wish to relocate 
to Victoria I seek Investment op¬ 
portunity in either Lumber-related 
Co. or partnership m small com¬ 
pany seeking financial or business 
experience 

Victoria Press, Box 759. 


DISMISS OffOtTUNITY POTWTUl 

GUARANTEED BUSINESS 
ULTRA-MODERN EQUIPMENT 
10 DISPENSE 
NATIONALLY ADVERTISED 
HERSHEY'S BARS 
REESE'S PEANUT BUTTER 
KIT RAT 

uo one untuitt wttrcu wm 

$700 WEEK FULL TIME 
$160 WEEK PART TIME 

to our investors. Applicants 
must bo permanent residents 
ready to start work as soon as 
possible 
COMPANY furnishes protes- 
sionaity selected locations; fin¬ 
est' dispensing equipment and 
wholesale outlets for all sup¬ 
plies 

APPLICANT must furnish good 
character references and have a 
sincore desire to oporato their 
own business. Applicant must 
have adequate working capital. 

No investment required Com¬ 
pany capital available tor ex¬ 
pansion purposes. Investments 
available it desired. Not affiliat¬ 
ed with the Hershoy Corpora¬ 
tion 

Call MR. ANTHONY 

Sun., Mon.. Tues.. Only 

(604) 388-5513 

Calf Locally 
VENO RAY. INC. 

Sta 1140. 2020 Onivaralty St. 
Montreal. Quebec H3A 2AS 


Unique Business Opportunity 

Investment Required $20,000 

An opportunity to acquire the selling rights to a product to 
supplement your existing sales operation or to create a business ot 
your own 

A distributor is required in your area to market a product required by 
ail retailers Proven performance figures available 

Call collect to: Ralph Denni6 
(613)224-1443 
Ottawa. Ontario 


KDMONTON (CP) - The 
Alberta Energy Resources 
Conservation Board ap¬ 
proved construction of an¬ 
other oil plant on Friday, but 
with provisions that Esso 
Resources Canada Ltd. says 
will push its final bill to more 
than $<i billion. 

The board gave its condi¬ 
tional approval to Esso's 
proposal for the building of a 
heavy oil plant at Cold Lake, 
about 250 kilometres north¬ 
east of Edmonton, near the 
Saskatchewan border. 

Just three daysearlier, the 
board had given similar ap¬ 
proval for the construction 
of the $5-billion Alsands pro¬ 
ject near Fort MeMurray, 
about 250 kilometres north of 
Cold Lake. Both plants will 
be capable of producing 
about 110,000 barrels of syn¬ 
thetic crude oil daily. 

Both board decisions are 
subject to approval of the 
lieutenant-governor in coun¬ 
cil. As well, the companies 
involved will have to satisfy 


the department of the en¬ 
vironment with respect to 
environmental impacts. 

In a three-page summary 
report, (he board said the 
Cold l.ake project will have a 
significant positive impact 
on Alberta that would offset 
any negative aspects. 

Esso Resources was gen¬ 
erally pleased with the early 
decision from the board. But 
Arden Haynes, president 
and chief executive officer, 
expressed some concern 
about the condition that coal, 
not natural gas, be used for 
generating steam. 


HOTELS 

60 ROOMS VICTORIA * 2 , 275,000 

39 ROOMS VICTORIA. * 1 , 500,000 

ONE OF THE FINEST * 5 , 500,000 

HOTEL AND MARINA. * 1 , 250,000 

SUPER MARINA EVERYTHING * 950,000 
Principals Only. No Triflers 

SEE PETER BROWN OF 

P.R. BROWN & SONS LTD. 

Est. 1900 762 Fort 385-3435 


WANTED: 

TRAVEL 

ASSIGNMENT 

Businessman willing to travel any¬ 
where in the world on your assign¬ 
ment Locate contacts, people, prod¬ 
ucts or any legal request. Excellent 
references All replies confidential 
Victoria Praia, lai 102 


EATON'S ,h '^ay 

Trust 



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5 years... Interest paid annually 

'Rale subject to confirmation. 


Visit or phone: 
Eaton/Bay 
Financial Services 
Eaton's, 3rd floor 
1150 Douglas 
Street, 

Victoria 

PHONE: 382-7141 


The Key to the Crystal Gardens! 



I"! - T - ! l|i|i|i||liSII 


Provincial Capital 
Commission 

Ministry ol the 
Provincial Secretary 
and Government 
Services 


Victoria s Heritage can be the key to your 
business in the newly renovated Crystal 
Gardens. Ideally located and loaded with 
historic charm, the Crystal Gardens will be a 
highpoint in Victoria's Tourist and Convention 
Industry. You'll want to be a part of this exciting 
business opportunity 

Right now we re inviting proposals from 
parties interested in becoming tenants. A 
limited number of ground floor shops ate 
available from 415 sq. ft. and up. And there is 


one excellent restaurant location with 5990 sq. 
ft. Tenant improvements will commence in 
September so you must submit by Tuesday, 
August 21,1979 

Please reply in writing with a brief description 
of intended use and a resume of your 
experience. 

TO: REALSPAN Properties Ltd. 

846 Broughton Street Victoria, B.C. V8W 1E4 
Attn: Robert I. Murphy 


Exclusive 
Leasing Agents 
to the 

Crystal Gardens. 



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8 THE COLONIST, Sal.. August 4, 1979 


BUSINESS 


CDC seeking venture projects 


VANCOUVER (CP) - The Canada De¬ 
velopment Corporation said Thursday it 
plans to Increase its involvement in ven¬ 
ture and expansion capital investment, 
merchant banking and other financial ac¬ 
tivities. A corporation spokesman said 
CDC Ventures Inc., a wholly-owned sub¬ 
sidiary, has been formed to oversee the 


corporation's existing venture and expan¬ 
sion capital holdings. The company will be 
based in Toronto. John Shortly has been 
appointed president and chief executive 
officer. Shortly said the main objective of 
CDC Ventures will be to promote the 
growth of management companies now 
involved with the corporation. 


. ^ 

50% Sold. 

Your chances of owning one of these beautiful suites have'" 
already been cut in Half. 

Beautiful 1 & 2 bedroom suites from 

$36,900to $46,900... 

Fireplaces . . . kitchens with eating areas and windows ... 
underground parking.... skylights and an excellent loca¬ 
tion make this’building your best buy in Victoria today. 



Florida yields oldest wreck 



Treasure hunters have re¬ 
covered 1.300 coins, cook¬ 
ware, pieces of china and 
olive jars from what may be 
the oldest wreck of a Spanish 
galleon in Florida waters. 

“It is particularly rare be¬ 
cause it is such an early 
wreck. She's at least 100 
years older than most of the 
other known wrecks,” said 
Wilburn Cockrell of the 
Florida Department of 
State. 

The state has leased the 
wreck site 1.000-1,500 feet 
offshore north of Vero Bead) 
to Marine Archaeological 
Research and Salvage Inc., 
headed by John Brandon and 
will share the treasure. 

Researchers boflOvg the 


wreck may be the Almirante 
de Honduras, which sank in 
1618 returning to Spain from 
Mexico. 

That would make the 
wreck four years older than 
Our Lady of Atocha, which 
Florida Keys treasure hunt¬ 
ers have found off Marques- 
sa Key. 

Brandon said the wreck 
site was discovered by two 
lobster divers in 1958, but 
treasure divers had given up 
when they determined it was 
not one of several gold-car t 
rying galleons that sank dur¬ 
ing a 1715 hurricane. His op¬ 
eration began about a month 
ago. 

He also said they didn't 
find much in the way of arti¬ 


facts because they were 
looking in the wrong place. 

"Everybody else sort of 
gave up on it when they 
didn't find much,” he said. 
“We started searching in an¬ 
other direction and hit the 
jackpot." 9 

Brandon said (he galleon 
was “apparently a simple 
merchant ship" carry ing in¬ 
digo dye, furniture, hides, 
cocoa beans and possibly be¬ 
tween 30,000 and 50,000 silver 
coins from the Mexico 
mint. 

L) 

The Irish republic's bulk 
carrier Irish Cedar will ar¬ 
rive Sunday afternoon at 
Ogden Point to take on lum¬ 
ber for the U.S. eastern sea¬ 
board. The 17,000-ton ship Is 
scheduled to leave Wednes¬ 
day. 

Australia’s roll on roll-off 
ship Allunga is due at the 
federal graving dock Mon¬ 
day for its annual docking 
and minor refitting. The 700- 
foot long ship Is expected to 
lie in Esquimau for about It) 
days. 

The cruise ship Fa/rsea 
will arrive at Ogden Point at 
fha.m. Wednesday and will 
be here until noon the follow¬ 
ing day. The ship is en route 
from Sitka to San Franeis- 


A survey released Thurs¬ 
day shows the economic im¬ 
pact of the Welland Canal 
and the Canadian Great 
Lakes shipping industry is 
growing steadily, w ith more 
than $180 million flowing into 
the Niagara Region econ¬ 
omy each year. 

The survey said about 5,- 


000 area residents draw 
more than $118.9 million in 
wages directly related to the 
marine industry While local 
spending by shipping lines 
and other branches of the 
industry totals at least an 
other $57.0 million annual 

iy- 

The appointment of Ru¬ 
pert Tingley as president 
of CN Marine Corp. was an¬ 
nounced Thursday in Mon¬ 
treal by C.F. Armstrong, 
president of CN Holdings. 

Tingley, who has been 
vice-president and general 
manager of the CN Marine 
since 1978, succeeds John 
Gratwick of Montreal, and 
will be stationed in Moncton. 
N B. 

Gratwick has been as¬ 
signed other duties as part of 
a reorganization of the par 
ent company. 

CN Marine owns and oper¬ 
ates 21 ferries and coastal 
boats in the Atlantic prov¬ 
inces, and is the principal 
operator of ferry services 
between Prince Edward Is 
land and Newfoundland and 
the mainland. 

The Norsk Pacific freight 
ers Bes seggen and Kondeg- 
gen have each made their 
tooth voyage varying Crown 


Zellorbach lumber products 
from Elk Falls to markets 
mainly in California. 

The 430 foot long ships, 
built to order for charter by 
Norsk Pacific, a subsidiary 
of Crown Zellorbach Inter 
national, average about 27 
trips each per year and 
carry about 280,000 tons of 
newsprint to market annual 
ly. 

Captain Aage Karlsen, a 
former captain of both ves¬ 
sels, said the ships carry 
bunker C fuel on trips north 
from California to Elk 
Falls. • 

''Both vessels a r e 
equipped with w ing tanks for 
carrying fuel oil," he said, 
"and are able to carry up to 
19,ooo barrels.” 

Dividends 

Highfield Property Investments 

Ltd., 7.25 cents, initial since listing. 
Sept. 28, record Aug. 10. 

Imasco Ltd., 50 cents; six per cent 
ptd., three per cent eauivalent to 14 6 
cents, semi annual; both payable 
Sept. 28, record Aug. 31. 

Nashua Corp., 32.5 cents. U S 
funds, Sept. 5, record Aug. 22. 

National Sea Products Ltd., class A, 
40 cents; class B, 40 cents; both an 
increase of seven cents; Aug. 30, rec 
ord Aug 15 

. New Brunswick Telephone Co. Ltd 

advising that the dividend mforma 
tion on the SI 37 ptd, and St.85 ptd 
shares released on July 19 has been 
changed to read record date Aug 31 
instead of record Aug. 24 


ARDMORE HIDEAWAY 



Price reduced to $111,000 for quick sale. MUST BE 
SOLO. This five-year-old western contemporary on 
1.13 acres of natural woods has all the modern 
conveniences for formal and family living pleasures. 
The large living room and dining room in featured 
West Coast woods are a delight. You will enjoy this 
lovely home. Phone me today for an appointment. 

477-1561 A. J. “Sandy” Crawford 388-6454 

REALSPAN PROPERTIES 


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[A. E. LePAGE 

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.10 M £ A l 1 o « 


OPEN HOUSE 

SAT. and SUN. 2-4 

812 LANDSEND RD. 


WATERFRONT—NORTH SAANICH 
BEAUTIFUL HOME and VIEWS 

A custom designed 3-bedroom home on K acre waterfront Exceptional 
decor and quality throughout with many extras such as dream kitchen with 
Jenn-Air range, compactor, dishwasher, 3 fireplaces. Full sundeck on 
waterfront. The energy conscious will appreciate the heavy insulation. 
Thermopane windows/doors/skylights plus very up-to-date heat 
pump/air conditioning unit. Approx. 2500 sq. ft. of*quality living on one 
level, with full potential down. For an exceptional properly offered at 

$259,000 

please call 

TED WEBB 477-7121 or 384-0815 


OPEN SAT. and SUN. 2-4 
AYSHIRE PLACE 


mm _ 

On a quiet culde-sac off Epsom Or. three 
newly completed cedar and stucco homes. 
Three bedrooms with 3-pce. eosulte. large 
kitchens with eating area, sundecks, car 
ports and full high basements for further 
development The price ts right at 
$79,900 

JOHN HEWER 477-7121 or 384-4860 


OPEN SAT. 

1-4 P.M. 

527 LEASIDE 

5 lots to choose from with three homes 
already under construction. Treed sub¬ 
division with underground servicing 
Prices starting at $79,900 • North on 
Qlanford to Judah, left on Judah to 
Bremerton, right on Bremerton 2 blocks 
to Leaside Place 

GORDON DOVEY 
721-5049 or 477-7121 


OAK BAY 
NEW LISTING 



Built approx 1928 this charmlna 2 bedroom, 
full basement, stucco home Is offered for sale 
at 568,900 Located close to beach, schools, 
bus and shopping It is an ideal home for the 
small family and in a wonderful location 
Homes like this don't stav on the market for 
long, so call quickly. 

BILL NESBITT 
477-7121 or 477-9910 


CHARMING! 

DIFFERENT! 

Only $63,900. Four years young. 3 
bedrooms, walk-in closet, ensuite 
bathroom. Gorgeous fireplace in 
living room, good size dining room, 
deluxe kitchen. Sundeck and lots of 
room down for more development. 
Close to Cedar Hill Golf. Tennis and 
rec centres. MLS 

IRENE VAN 

477-7121 or 477-7821 


WATERFRONT LOTS 

WATERFRONT </i ACRE 
IN NORTH SAANICH 

90 x110'. Owner can build for you. 
Offers on $75,900. 

DEEP MOORAGE 

110 t«t tbrnim. kxjtti etui ol Bessborouati. Vie* 
Roy*l 1*2.000 

ALMA BRECHERT 
598-4020 or 477-7121 


DOUGLAS HILL 

(COBBLE HILL) 

3-level split, three bedrooms, en¬ 
suite. family room, fireplace, built-in 
oven and range. Large landscaped, 
pie-shaped lot on quief cul-de-sac. 
One of the most desirable sub-divi¬ 
sions within commuting distance of 
Victoria. $68,500 

ERIC FRAZER 
477-7121 or 743-9155 


OPEN SAT. 2-4 
980 WILMER 



A delightful 2-bedroom home on a quiet 
street in the Oak Bav border area. The 
Interior has been tastefully redone within the 
past year* with new carpeting, bathroom, etc 
Large living room and dining room, excel¬ 
lent kitchen, basement plus possible attic 
development. $65,500 

BECKY LITTLE 477-4424 


SELLING? 

CALL US NOW FOR 
A FREE MARKET 
EVALUATION 

NO OBLIGATION 

477-7121 


PRIME GORDON HEAD 


New listing on '/ 3 acre lot. Quiet cul- 
de-sac, 3 bedroms, 2 bathrooms, large 
separate dining room, gracious living 
room with fireplace. Full high base 
ment, roughed In for more rooms and 
third bath. $79,500. 

IRENE VAN 477-7121 or 477-7821 


POPULAR 

FAIRFIELD 

Condos like this are scarce. 
Two-bedroom corner suite in 
mint condition. Full sundeck, 
western exposure. Vacant. 
Phone now for viewing. $45,- 
900 

ALMA BRECHERT 
477-7121 or 598-4020 


NEIGHBOURHOOD 

GROCERY 

Well located general grocery busi¬ 
ness, plus land and building. Over 
2000 sq. ft. of retail area, plus 
storage and office. Volume well 
over $400,000. Asking $275,000 
EXCL. 

DOUG ROSS 
477-7121 or 477-0975 


FAIRFIELD 

REVENUE 


Sound older home in prime area only 2 
blocks to ocean. Wiring, heatino and 
insulation all updated. Generating 
*815 gross revenue per month. Asking 
$79,500. 


GORDON OOVEY 


721-5049 


VIEWS OF 
SOOKE HARBOUR 

Quality three-bedroom home. Built by 
owner for retirement. Large living room 
with fireplace. Lovely dining room with 
sliding doors to sunny sun deck. En¬ 
suite with separate shower. Loads of 
development room in basement with 
roughed-in fireplace. Large corner lot. 
Asking $65,OCX). 

ERIC FRAZER 
477-7121 or 743-9155 


SEEN THE HOME YOU WANT TO BUY? 

WONDERING HOW TO SELL YOUR PRESENT HOME? 

PURCHASE THROUGH A. L LePAGE AND USE OUR 

GUARANTEED SALE PLAN 

‘ The Name 
Friends 
Recommend 
To Friends” 

477-7121 



STERN LTD 


A L T O R 





OPEN HOUSE SAT. and SUN. 

2 • 4:30 3426 CALUMET 

What a buy! This 22-yr-old home is in immaculate condition. 
Large living room with a fireplace, large kitchen with lots ot 
eating area. 2 bedrooms. 4-pce bathroom, full basement 
with drive-in garage. Lovely sunporch. 50x120 lot Asking 
$51,900. Call 

PETER BARDON, 3M-6258 or 3*4-3947 

CEDRIC STEELE REALTY LTD 83 


OPEN HOUSE 
SAT. 2-4 

4074 DAWNVIEW CRESCENT 


Spanish Elegance 

Thl$ it a home designed lot spacious and aiagant living in a 
Mediterranean atmosphere The upper floor is a complete home in 
itself and the lower level cen be used as another complete home. 
Area totalling nearly 4.000 square feet, offering 5 bedroome. den. 2 
fireplaces, 3 bathrooms, wet bar. vtcu-flo, dishwasher, compactor, 
thermopane, intercom in every room. Almost any feature you can 
think of ia in this home. It a mortgage is required, approximately 
S74.000 at 10V«% It available to the qualified purchaser. An 
exceptionally nica home open for your inspection. The price is firm 
at $132,000. EXCLUSIVE. 

BILL WEISS 

598-8443 

REID TOPP 

381-5567 or 388-6275 PAGER 619 

GARDHER REALTY LTD. 


NEW HOMES 

Gordon Hoad 

Only 2 Quality-Constructed 
Homes left! 

Bnlh Just Completed & Ready for Occupancy 

1618 CANDELLA 

Beautiful 4-bedroom Tudor on quiet cul-de-sac. Many excellent 
features. Lot totally landscaped and fenced. $103,000 To 
view, driving North, turn right off Shelbourne onto Torquay and 
follow signs. 

4381 ROBINWOOD 

Large split level with finished recreation room oil kitchen 
Seeded lawns. To view — turn right olf Shelbourne onto 
Kenmore then left onto Majestic — follow signs. 

Open every day until sold. 

Courtesy to Realtors. 

For Information Call: 

385-1501 

TOIMIUKLTT 

_••_ 8-3 


Methanol plant to double 

MEDICINE HAT, Alta. (CP) - Work is to begin 
immediately on construction of an expansion project that 
will almost double production at Alberta (la-. Chemicals 
Ltd.’s methanol plant here. Fluor Canada Ltd. has been 
awarded the construction contract which will bring the 
plant's daily production to 2.500 tons from 1,300 tons when 
the project is completed in early 1982. 


UNIVERSITY 
RACQUET CLUB 

4 BEDROOMS 
3804 CAMPUS ORES. 

OPEN HOUSE SAT. 2-4 P.M. 

On a quiet cul-de-sac of exclusive homes close to J 
the University, an exceptionally spacious split-level ! 
home on a fully-fenced garden with enclosed sum- | 
mer patio. 3 bedrooms upstairs. 4th on ground level. | 
recreation room with glass doors to private patio. | 
den-cum-study. and a spacious kitchen with break- I 
fast room. 2 bathrooms. Living room with fireplace. ■ 
dining room. Double carport. $107,000. 

TED WALFORO CORRINE TAYLOR ' 

RESIDENCE (24 HRS.) 598-3567 J 

5984420 477 F ,M1 BL ° CK BR ° S REALTY LJ °\ 


EXECUTIVE HOME 



CORDOVA BAY 

Betore buying see this one An ideal family home. 5 bedrooms — 
finished up & down — 3 baths —*2 fireplaces, many, many features 
— a quality homo in every ruspoct A beautiful 20 *40' healed 
swimming pool on approximately 1 acre secluded sunny lot. For 
further detail call BOB GIBSON anytime at 385-9/41 or 6bU- 
5U>3. 

PRICE $189,000 

HENDERSON REALTY LTD. 


ip 


Montreal Trust 

REAL ESTATE 

OPEN HOUSES 



3978 LEXINGTON SAT. AFT. 


A quality area for your next home. Spacious lots, pleasantly 
treed, yet bright and sunny. A newer tamity home, carefully 
built and finely finished. Separate living and dining areas, 
with a beautiful walnut cabinet kitchen. Full high basement. 
Spanish rec. room, finished games room with den or 4th 
bedroom plus 3-pce. bath. 11% mortgage A must-see 
betore deciding. $ 1 11,500. Exclusively listed by: 

386-2111 ROY KAISER M 477-6813 







































































WORLD 


THE COLONIST. Sat.. August 1, 1979 9 


NAMES in the NEWS 


Series star 
gets taste 
of justice 

Dan llaggarty, star of the television series Grizzly 
Adams, dealing with the wildlife adventures of a man 
and a bear, received a taste of Los Angeles justice Friday 
when he was fined $ 600 , ordered to donate 100 hours of 
his time to community work and placed on probation for 
two years after earlier pleading "no contest" to charges of 
battery and reckless driving. 

Dan Hill. Murray McLauchlan and Bruce Coekburn will 
be among performers appearing on a special CBC-TV 
broadcast Sept. It to raise money for sponsorship of Viet¬ 
namese refugees. The three-hour broadcast for Operation 
Lifeline will originate frum various Canadian cities. 

About 200 old friends turned out in Minneapolis Friday 
for the funeral of Augie Ratnrr. a retired boxer aiid night 
club owner who had placed a classified ad seeking 
mourners eight years before he died. Seats were available 
for 1.200 more. Local businessmen, former athletes who 
had known Ratner in his days as a bantamweight-feather¬ 
weight club boxer and the news media attended, along 
with his widow and two daughters. 

West German President Karl Carstens said in Bonn 
that he plans to dramatize the government’s fuel con¬ 
servation efforts by taking a walk—a 558-miic north- 
to-south hike across Ihe country in stages, probably 
in the fall. 

President Carter reportedly will not name Harvard 
Law School professor and former Watergate prosecu¬ 
tor Archibald Cox to a federal judgeship—despite the 
rare. /Unanimous support of his own selection commltee. 
The decision is purely political, according to the Bos¬ 
ton Globe which says it Is the sponsorship of Sen. Ed¬ 
ward Kennedy, a potential presidential challenger, and 
not Cox's age of 67 that has cost him the job. 

Lynne Frederick, fourth wife of British comedian 
Peter Sellers, has filed for divorce after a marriage 
of just three years. No grounds were given and there w as no 
comment on whether a financial agreement had been 
worked out. 

Contralto Marian Anderson will be honored by the 
city of Philadelphia and the University of Pennsylvania 
on Marian Anderson Day Aug. 22. 

Though he slands a mere l-foot-3. Burton Gutterman 
wants to be a Boston policeman. But he says the other men 
in blue are afraid a dwarf w ill hurt their image. Last March, 
Gutterman. 25, of Boston, passed the police exam w ith .a 
grade of 90.4k. The lowest passing grade is 61. A height 
restriction w as abolished recently to increase the number of 
women applicants. • 

Edward Leslie, retired brigadier general and first 
Canadian chief of slaff of the United Nations forces 
in Cyprus, died in an Ottawa hospital Friday at age 60. 
Leslie was educated in Britain. Victoria and Montreal 
before joining the Canadian army in 1935. 

Victor Raul Haya de la Torre, founder of the coun¬ 
try's strongest party, the Popular Revolutionary Alliance, 
has died of a heart attack at his suburban home near Lima, 
at XI. Haya, an intellectual whose movement espoused 
democratic and socialist ideals, was three times blocked by 
ihe military from becoming president. 

Cardinal Alfredo Ottaviani, former chief of the Vati¬ 
can department once known as the Holy Office and consider¬ 
ed a conservative leader within the college of cardinals died 
in Rome at k9 in his apartment in the Holy Office 
building just off St. Peter’s Square following a long ill¬ 
ness. 


Sea teams ready 
for Mexican oil 


CORPUS CHRISTI. Tex. 
(AP) — Equipment and men 
were ready Friday for a 
stand at sea against a huge 
spill of Mexican oil that con¬ 
tinued to push nearer the 
Texas coast. 

The leading edge of the 
oil slick was last reported 96' 
lo 112 kilometres southeast 
of Brownsville, at the state's 
«*tihermost tip, said John 
Robinson, lead government 
scientist. 


He said thick oil had drift¬ 
ed onto Mexican beaches, 
about 69 kilometres south of 
the U.S. coastal city. 

Robinson of the National 
Oceanic and Atmospheric 
Administration said the 
movement of the oil con¬ 
firmed previous predictions 
that the it might reach U.S. 
waters by Sunday and wash 
ashore on the southern 
Texas beaches by Tuesday. 


OPEN HOUSE 

SAT., SUN., MON., 1 p.mv-4 p.m. 

4355 Cedar Hill Road 

4 bedroom. West Coest contemporary Cedar feature walls. 
1330 sq ft. Views over Gordon Head. Ottered at $84,500 

YOUR HOSTS: 

Bob Blacklaws Gordon Tews 

479-4097 477-2732 

Capital City Realty Ltd. 388-7557 









Large 2x6 all ttr constructed Mediterranean home. 4 foot wide 
Helix wrought Iron staircase with 300 sq. ft of tiled entrance 
Marble bathrooms, top quality Citation cabinets and Canadian 
pine bifoids. 

$126,900 

For sale by E. L. & M. HOMES LTD. 
385-0326 


630 SEAFORTH ST. 

34 LUXURY WATERFRONT 
CONDOMINIUMS 

FEATURING: 

• Swirlpool, sauna 

• Spacious flexible floor plsn — 1046 CCA 

• Panoramic water vistas from all rooms 

• Fireplaces, skylights, sloped beamed ceil¬ 
ings. 

• Designed for energy conservation — hot water 
heating 

• Root gardens and landscaped galleries 

• Oak cabinets, open bars and breakfast nooks 
in deluxe kitchens. 

• Quiet, secluded 1.6 acre treed setting 


PRICE FROM $70,500 
OPEN DAILY 1 P.M.-5 P.M. 

DICKIE AGENCIES LTD. 

382-4312 or 382-8239 


EZ2 WESTMONT REALTY [r 

_83 


BROADHEAD’S BEST BUY 

975 ROYAL OAK DRIVE 

2700 sq. ft. of architect designed quality living. 
Bright sky-lit interior, 4 bedrooms, sunken 
living room, dining room, 2 fireplaces, family 
room off kitchen, den, playroom, laundry and 
sewing room, attached greenhouse, 3 bath¬ 
rooms, laundry shute, built-in vacuum, dish¬ 
washer, intercom, electronic double garage 
door, extra insulation and thermopane win¬ 
dows, hardwood floors and much more. Buy 
direct from the owner-builder and save. 
$119,000. 

OPEN HOUSE SAT. 1;3(M P.M. 

or phone 658-8188 


VIEW 

RUSTIC — EARTHY WATERFRONT RANCHER 

White and chocolate brown with rock exterior Over one acre, 
private, prime waterfront, overlooking fabulous view ot Haro Strait 
and Mount Baker, over 2400 sq. ft. main, over 600 sq. ft basement 
with large workshop and storage/cold room Private courtyard, bark 
landscaped with many plants, rock sidewalk and patio Two heavy 
cedar mam doors with stained glass windows, cedar shakes, new 
carpets throughout. Large double garage, fireplace with heatilator. 
intercom, large cedar deck in rear with planters, ample cupboards, 
oil hoat. sliding glass doors, well built, well designed home price 
$172,000. By appointment only 

656-5584 BILL WONNACOTT 656-5373 

BLOCK BROS. REALTY LTD 
sjo Home ot the Best Sellers 


NEW DETACHED HOMES 
$50,000.00 

ON SEPARATE LOTS 

Greater Victoria Trade Unions and Credit Unions have 
launched a new non-profit housing project to ensure 
good quality affordable housing for the people ot 
Victoria. 

The first project is in View Royal s Glentana Village. 
New homes now under construction, featuring: 

• 3 bedrooms, 1200 sq. ft. 

• fireplaces 

• double pane windows. 

9 close to schools and buses 

• 3)4 miles to downtown. 

• quality, Union construction. 

OPEN HOUSES ST SUNTANS VIIUSE. ETHOS PUCE. 

ON SUNTANS SOU HEM tMKSU «N0 CMMFUWU SOWS. 
VIEW ROYAL 

2-4 P.M. SUNDAY ONLY 

or phone 

VICTORIA INNOVATIVE HOUSING SOCIETY 
388-4932 


3-bedroom, living room with fireplace. Dining room and 
kitchen are spacious with further development In base¬ 
ment. This home is extremely well kept, nothing to do 
here, just move in. Great back yard tor the retired or 
children, with high cedar fence and lane al back of 
property. See this soon and make your offer in low 
80 s. 

Exclusive with 

EDNA SARGENT at 383-2202 


or 598-3321 (bus.) 

JACK MEARS 
OAK BAY REALTY LTD. 


“OH CEDAR HILL GOLF COURSE” 

At 1463 Tokrie PI *ct dotting is at your back yard. 


Wostcoast Cedar Executive Famity Home A masterpiece in 
design & construction featuring entertainment size sunken 
living room, family room. 4 Br. Roman bath, sauna loft, study 
Bonus feature. A 2 Br. self-contained butler or housekeeper 
suite. Plus ETCETERA ETCETERA ETCETERA. Now offered 
al $198,000. 

Appointment to View 

318-4434 ARNOLD MARR 388-4434 


OPEN HOUSE 

Saturday & Sunday 2-5 p.m. 
927 WOODHALL DRIVE 

In Ihe beautiful Christmas Hill Estates (Off Quadra) 


NEW LISTING IN OAK BAY 


Arms fried, girl gets millions 


HOUSTON (UP!) — Apartment 
owners and operators have agreed 
to guarantee $3.7 million damages 
to a two-year-old girl whose arms 
were incinerated by a high-voltage 
transformer. 

Treelane Apartments and Amco 


Management Co. of Pasadena. 
Texas, two of several defendants 
in a damage suit pending in Judge 
Jack Smith's court, Thursday as 
sured the settlement lo Barbara 
Lynn Steinsholt. 

The child was burned severely 


March 15 she opened a metal box 
and touched a transformer in the 
complex where her fai$}ly lived. 
Her arms had to be amputated al 
the shoulder. Her parents filed suit 
July 13. 

Her parents, Benjamin and Pa¬ 


tricia Steinsholt, said they would 
press their demand for $12.6 mil¬ 
lion damages from several plain¬ 
tiffs, including General Electric 
Corp.. General Electric Supply Co. 
and Houston Lighting & Power 
Co. 


SOMOZA LEAVES 


NASSAU, Bahamas (LTD — Former Nicaraguan 
President Anaslasio Somoza of Nicaragua left the Bahamas 
al the request of the island nation's government, a govern¬ 
ment spokesman said Friday night. 

Somoza quietly departed from Nassau aboard a char¬ 
tered jet Thursday morning for an undisclosed destination. 

"General Somoza entered the Bahamas as a visitor for 
11 days. When he overstayed, the government called it to his 
attention and he left the country," the spokesman said. 


OPEN FRI., SAT. and SUN. 1-4 P.M. 
SHOREVIEW DRIVE 
3 BEDROOMS— $64,500 to $65,500 

Peaceful location yet very close lo the elementary school with 
good views ot Glen Lake Choose from contemporary styling lo 
a full basement bungalow. Park-front lots of pan-handle Take 
Glen Lake Road to Springhill Road, or call me anytime' 

ALAN PETERSEN 

477-7291 384-8075 (Pgr. 750) 


D.F.H. REAL ESTATE LTD. 

8 3 


rjfrn 


OPEN SAT. 1-4 P.M. 


METCHOSIN OCEAN VIEWS 
4881 TAVANE RD. 

Take William Head Road to Lombard Dr. to Tavane. 
Unique 3-bedroom A frame on 2.59 acres ot fenced 
black soil. Small barn on property. Come see this 
fresh listing. Asking $124,900. New MLS. 

CONTACT BILL KOZAK 
642-3709 or 366-6276 Pager *2880 or 
CASTLB PROPERTIES LTD. 366-6164 


Crooks grab $536,000 


NEW YORK (UPI) — Four men gained 
access to a vault of a Rockefeller Centre 
bank Friday and escaped witli about $536.- 
(WO in cash in what authorities called the 
largest bank robbery in New York his¬ 
tory. 

Police said no one was injured in ihe 
10:30 a.m. holdup of the Bankers Trust 
branch at 51 Rockefeller Plaza, allhough 
four employees were forced lo lie on the 
floor at gunpoint while the sub-basement 
vault was looted. 

Quentin Ertel. an FBI spokesman, called 
it a “smoolh operation." and said it was 
the largest amount of money ever netted in 
a bank holdup in the city. The FBI joined 
the police department's Major Case Squad 
in investigating Ihe robbery. 

The men. described only as black and 


dressed in jackets over open-collared 
shirts and slacks, made their escape unno¬ 
ticed by other bank employees and the 
laLe-morning crowd, officials said. 

The men gained access to tile lower level 
vault, police said, by having one of them 
pose as a potential customer for a safe 
desposit box. 

Ertel said one man approached Ihe vault 
attendant and said he wanted to rent a 
safe deposit box. The attendant opened the 
door to let him inlo a customer area 
and at that point, the man announced a 
stickup. 

Then, three other men. also dressed in 
jackets and slacks, appeared. They dis¬ 
played guns and ordered the four em¬ 
ployees lo lie face down on the floor of the 
vault area, the FBI spokesman. 


FAIRFIELD 

1246 McKENZIE STREET 
OPEN HOUSE SAT., SUN. 1-5 P.M. 

For sale by owner—this is an attractive modern 
3-bedroom stucco cottage on a large lot. Full base¬ 
ment. separate garage. Located on a quiet street, near 
schools, shopping. Beacon Hill Park and bus slop 
Owners are moving and want quick sale 

Asking $62,500 
Call any time: 383-3057 


NEW IN C0LW00D 


-mm 


-CP 

Chips down 

At lop of his trade. 25-year- 
old Mike Sheppard chips 
away bricks from 37-metre 
tall chimney of old National 
Defence Headquarters, in 
Ottawa. He is manually 
harking top 18 metres beforr 
wrecker's hall and crane 
fakes over so falling bricks 
won't injure anyone. He 
gains access to top by climb¬ 
ing up ladder Inside slack. 


Protesters 

occupy 

embassy 

MEXICO CITY (Keuler) 
— Twenty-seven persons 
Friday occupied the Swiss 
embassy to back demands' 
for the release of 150 alleged 
Mexican political prisoners. 

One of the group's leaders, 
who declined lo give his 
name, told an interviewer by 
phone the occupiers have 
given the Swiss charge d'af¬ 
faires a list of their de¬ 
mands. 

The government of Presi¬ 
dent Jose Lopez Portillo last 
year granted political am¬ 
nesty which it said benefit- 
fed hundreds of prisoners. 


SEAVIEWS 

Panoramic seaviews in this 
custom built house overlooking 

CADBORO BAY 

this home otters privacy and prestige in a 
unique Brea, situated on a sloping lot in such a 
way to ensure you the advantages of all the 
views. The house has 3 bedrooms, 2Vi bath¬ 
rooms. formal dining room, den, kitchen with 
eating area and fridge, stove and dishwasher. 3 
sliding glass doors provide easy access to the 
full length sundeck and private patio oft of the 
living room. The yard is designed for easy 
upkeep with its mature trees and 3 phase 
sprinkler system. All this and more can be yours 
for the price of $177,500. For more information 
or a private showing, call: 

HARVEY A. SIMONS 

477-7284 (Bus.) 477-2977 (Res.) 

D.F. Hanley & Associates Ltd. 



















































































10 THE COLONIST, Sat., August I. 1979 


SPORTS 


Ashe may have had heart attack Libett Swapped for MahOVlich 

NEW YORK (UPI) — The hospital said in a The former Wimbleton A A_ 


NEW YORK (UPI) — 
Diagnostic tests showed that 
tennis great Arthur Ashe 
may have suffered a heart 
attack prior to his admission 
In New York Hospital, the 
facility said Friday. 


The hospital said in a 
statement that Ashe. 36, was 
in “good condition" and 
“has been completely with¬ 
out symptoms for the past 
two days.”- 


REGIONAL ADMINISTRATOR 

Vancouver Island 


Reporting to the Executive Director and participat¬ 
ing as a member of the management team, the 
successful applicant will have responsibility for the 
day to day administrative needs of the Society's 
extensive treatment programs, as well as reporting 
to and co-ordinating local groups of volunteers for 
the purposes of patient care, public information 
and fund raising. Based in Victoria with some travel 
through the Island and Lower Mainland required. 
Applicants should have experience in dealing with 
volunteers and an awareness of the health service 
industry. Public speaking and business office 
experience is also an asset. 

Salary commensurate with experience. 


Applications to: 


R. J. Smith 
Executive Director 
THE ARTHRITIS SOCIETY 
895 West 10th Avenue 
Vancouver, B.C. 

V5Z-1L7. 


SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. C2 (SOOKE) 

PROPERTY 

SUPERINTENDENT 


Applications are invited for the position of Properly 
Superintendent. The successful applicant will be re¬ 
sponsible to the Secretary-Treasurer for planning and 
administration of the district's building and sites capital 
program and will assist the Maintenance Superinten¬ 
dent when required. Candidates should have experi¬ 
ence in engineering and/or the building trades, proven 
organizational and management abilities, well devel¬ 
oped communication skills, the ability to read and 
inlerpret plans and specifications and to prepare 
schematic drawings. Please apply in writing outlining 
details of qualifications, training, experience and refer¬ 
ences to the undersigned by Friday. August 24. 
1979 

Miss M. P. Rudge. 

Secretary-Treasurer, 

School District No. 62 (Sooke) 

2227 Sooke Road, 

Victoria, B.C. 

V9B 1W9 


TRADES SUPERINTENDENT 


This is a mid-management position with The Corporation of the 
District of Saanich supervising tradesmen involved in the 
installation and maintenance of street lights, traffic signals, low 
voltage single phase electrical installations, small timber and 
concrete structures, traffic/street signs and road markings 

Completion of Grade 12 and possession of a Class C Electrical 
Energy Certificate is essential. Considerable experience in the 
installation and maintenance of street lights and traffic signals 
as well as experience in the carpentry trade would be desir¬ 
able. 

This is an exempt position with a salary range of $1603-S1920 
per month (1978 rates). 

Applications will be accepted until 4.30 p.m. Friday. August 17. 
1979. All applications for this competition will be acknowleded 
provided return address including postal code is shown on the 
application. 

DIRECTOR. 

Personnel Services. 

Saanich Municipal Hall, 

770 Vernon Avenue. 

Victoria, B.C. V8X 2W7 




British Columbia 
Forest Products Limited 

Mackenzie Wood Products requires 

Electricians 

There are immediate openings for the above 
trade at the Mackenzie Wood Products Division. 
BCTQ or inter-provincial trade certificate with 
some degree of heavy industrial experience is 
preferred. Present rate of pay is $10.56’.’ 
per hour with liberal relocation assistance and 
a comprehensive benefits package. Mackenzie 
is located 120 miles north of Prince George 
and otters educational, recreational and modern 
housing facilities. 

Interested applicants should apply to: 

Roger Krushell 

British Columbia Forest Products Limited 
Box 310, Mackenzie. B.C. VOJ 2C0 





British Columbia 
Forest Products Limited 

Crofton Pulp and Paper Division 
requires a 

Mechanical 

Engineer 

RESPONSIBILITIES: The successful applicant 
will invesligate production and maintenance 
problems and proposals; recommend solutions, 
prepare and estimate drawings; coordinate and 
assist in supervising installations and conduct 
economic and engineering studies. 
QUALIFICATIONS: Applicants should have a 
rhinimum of 1 -3 years industrial experiqnce. 
Pulp and paper experience is desired, however. 

other engineering work experience will be 
considered. Salary, will be commensurate with 
qualifications and experience, and a full range ol 
benefits is available, including relocation 
allowance. 

Apply in confidence, enclosing a complete 
resume of qualifications, experience and present 
salary to: 

I. R. Supervisor 

British Columbia Forest Products Limited 
Croflon Pulp and Paper Division 
Crofton, B.C. VOR IRQ 



The former Wiqibleton 
and Forest Hills champ 
walked into the hospital 
emergency room Tuesday 
night complaining of chest 
pains. He was assigned to the 
intensive care unit late Wed¬ 
nesday. 

The statement said test re¬ 
sults '-indicate the possibil¬ 
ity that Arthur Ashe did suf¬ 
fer a heart attack prior to his 
admission to the hospital." 


DETROIT (AP) — Detroit 
Red Wings announced Fri¬ 
day they have traded veter¬ 
an left-winger Nick Libett to 
Pittsburgh Penguins in re¬ 
turn for centre Peter Ma- 
hovlich 

Libett. 33, has played his 
entire 11-season career with 
Detroit. Mahovlich, who will 
be 33 in October, was injured 
much of last season. He had 
11 goals and 39 assists in 60 
games. 


CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT 

Our Fort St. John office has an immediate 
opportunity for a recent C.A. Graduate, in a 
rapidly expanding practice. The successful 
applicant will be involved in a variety of small 
and medium-sized clients. 


Please forward resume in writing to: 

MR. W. T. ANDERSON. B.Sc.. C.A. 
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS 
WINSPEAR HIGGINS STEVENSON & CO. 
1216-1175 DOUGLAS STREET 
VICTORIA, B.C V8W 2E1 


UNIVERSITY OF VICTORIA 
COUNSELLING SERVICES 

requires 

COUNSELLING PSYCHOLOGIST 

Starting in September, for one sessional year to April 30. 
I9H0. Qualifications include a Master's or Doctoral 
degree plus relevant experience; to counsel students with 
educational-vocational concerns, study difficulties, and 
personal-social problems 
hull or part-time will be considered 
Applications with resume received no later than August 
17. 1979 to; Dr. II.D. Beach. Professor and Director 
( ounselling Services. I rmersit> of Victoria. P.O. Box 
1700. Victoria. B.C. V8VV 2Y2 


UNIVERSITY OF VICTORIA 






COLLEGE PRINCIPAL 

Northern Lights College 

Northern Lights College serving more than one 
third of the geographical area of the Province of 
British Columbia with Centres located in Port 
Nelson. Fort St. John, Chetwynd and Dawson 
Creek, invites applications for the position of 
College Principal. 

RESPONSIBILITIES: As the Chief Executive 
Officer of the College, the Principal Is directly 
responsible to the College Board for all aspects 
of College operations including, educational 
standards, plant and facilities, public relations, 
budgeting, liaison with government agencies, 
and staff selection and development. 

QUALIFICATIONS: The Principal of Northern 
Lights College will have a record of educational 
and administrative achievement that will ensure 
the effective implementation of the College's 
Educational Master Plan. 

STARTING DATE: Negotiable 

The incumbent will be located in Dawson Creek 
with a personal commitment to serve equally 
throughout the College Region. 

Salary and benefits are negotiable. 

Closing date for applications: August 21th, l»?9. 

Applications should be submitted to: 


Chairman. Search Committee for Principal 
NORTHERN LIGHTS COLLEGE 
11401-8th Street 
Dawson Creek, B.C. 

V1G 4G2 




SENIOR SECRETARY 

Northern Lights College 


Northern Lights College serving Northeastern British 
Columbia with centers located in Fort Nelson. Fort SI 
John, Chetwynd and Dawson Creek, invites applica¬ 
tions for the position ot Senior Secretary 
RESPONSIBILITIES: The Incumbent will act as secre¬ 
tary to the College Board and to the College Principal 
The position involves confidential secretarial work 
with a wide variety ol stenographic, clerical and 
receptionisl duties. The Senior Secretary assembles 
and prepares necessary material tor hnd will be 
required to lake, prepare and distribute minutes ol 
College Board and senior adminislralive meetings 
LOCATION: The successful applicant will be located 
in Dawson Creek, However, the position will involve 
travel to other Centers to attend College Board 
meetings. 

QUALIFICATIONS: Ability to assist the College Prin¬ 
cipal in carrying out administrative tasks; ability to 
compose non-routine letters with only general direc¬ 
tion or on own initiative; ability to deal with College 
stall and students, government officials, representa¬ 
tives of professional and community groups, and the 
general public. Applicants will have several years of 
experience ps a senior secretary with excellent 
typing, shorthand and dictaphone skills. 

SALARY; Dependent upon qualifications and experi¬ 
ence. 

This position is excluded Irom Union membership. 
Competition No, for this position: 79:038. 

Closing date lor applications August 20. 1979, 

This position is open to both male and female 
applicants. 


Application forms are available Irom any College 
Center and should be submitted to: 

The Personnel Officer 

NORTHERN LIGHTS COLLEGE. 

11401-8th Street. 

Dawson Creek. B.C. VIG 4G2. 



Mahovlkh’s best season 
was in 1971-75, when he had 
35 goals and 62 assists for 
Montreal Canadiens. 

Libett was known for his 
reliability. He played in 369 
consecutive games. His 
streak was broken Feb. 26 
when he suffered a knee in¬ 
jury. 

Libett's best season was 
1971-72, when he scored 31 
goals and assisted on 24. 

* * * 

EDMONTON (CP) — Ed¬ 
monton Oilers of the Nation- 
al Hotkey League an¬ 
nounced Friday they have 
signed defenceman Lee Fo- 
golin to a three-year con¬ 
tract w ith a one-year option. 
He was the team's second 
choice in the recent expan¬ 
sion draft. 

General manager Larry 
Gordon said Fogolin was a 
free agent when the Oilers 
selected him in the June 
draft meeting at Montreal. 
He was taken from Buffalo 
Sabres, where he scored 
three goals and 19 assists 
last season. 

* * * 

BLOOMINGTON. Minn. 
(A,P) — Right-winger Kris 
Manery has signed a new 
contract with Minnesota 
North Stars oi the National 
Hockey League. 

Manery. 21, played 60 
games with the North Stars 
last season, scoring 17 goals 
and 19 assists for 36 points. 
* * * 

WINNIPEG (CP) -Lars- 
Erik Sjoberg, captain of the 
Winnipeg Jets of the NHL. is 
in good shape after surgery 
on his Achilles tendon, a club 
spokesman said Friday. 

Jets general manager 
John Ferguson says doctors 
expect Sjoberg to be working 
out on a bicycle in about 10 
days and he should be ready 
-for training camp in mid- 
September. 

The 35-year-old native of 
Sweden missed 71 of Iasi 
year’s regular season games 
because of a tear in the same 
tendon. 


WATKINS GLEN. N Y. 
(AP) — Al Unser of Albu¬ 
querque N.M.. shattered an 
cight-.vear-nid lap record at 
Watkins Glen on Friday as 
Indianapolis cars made their 
first competition appear¬ 
ance at this upstate New 
York track in preparation 
for this Sunday’s 150-mile 
rat e. Unser matched the hot. 
muggy weather with a blis¬ 
tering lime of one minute 
1.96 seconds (131.556 in pit) in 
his Chaparral Indy car 

Unser's time eclipsed the 
record of 1:05.11 for the 2.1- 
mile circuit, set during 
qualifying for the 1971 Can 
Am by Jackie Stewart in a 
Lola. 

* * * 

NEW YORK (AP) — New 
York Yankees announced 
the purchase of veteran in- 
fielder Lenny Randle from 
Portland of the Pacific Coast 
League Friday. 



SENIOR ENGLISH 
TEACHER 

A Senior English teacher is re¬ 
quired tor F H Collins High 
School. Whitehorse. Yukon, lor 
the 1979-80 school term 
Candidates possessing a valid 
Canadian teaching cefttticate. at 
least a major in English and 
succosstul years ot tooching 
should apply 

This position is ettectivu Sep¬ 
tember 1. 1979 

Salary will commensurate with 
the 1979 salary scale 
Applicants should apply before 
August 1 7. 1979 to 

Mr Doug Courtie e. 
Regional Superintendent 
ot Schools (Rural) 
Department of Education. 
Box 2703. 

Whitehorse. Yukon. 

Y1A 2C6. 

Phone: 667-5185 


DUNCAN KONDRA 
ENGINEERING LTD. 

DRAFTSPERSON 


Continuing growth and anti¬ 
cipated expansion have 
created an opportunity in our 
Nanaimo office for a Drafts 
person with a minimum of 
two years experience In struc¬ 
tural drafting. 

The successful candidate 
will be responsible for pro¬ 
duction of structural engi* 
neering drawings for a vari¬ 
ety of commercial and indust¬ 
rial projects. Drafting for 
other related fields of engi 
neering will also be necessary 
as required. 

A full range of employee 
benefits are offered with sal 
ary commensurate with 
qualifications ar\d.experi- 
ence. 

Letters of application with 
resume to be sent outlining 
qualifications, experience, 
availability and anticipated 
starting salary to: 

DUNCAN KONDRA 
ENGINEERING LTD. 

201 155 Skinner St. 

NANAIMO, B.C. 

VOR 5E8 

Attention: Mr. John Wells 



Banks played out his op¬ 
tion last -year but received 


no offers from other NFL 
teams. 


Randle, released by New 
York Mets before the start of 
the season, had been signed 
by San Francisco Giants and 
then traded to Pittsburgh Pi¬ 
rates in June as part of the 
Bill Madlock deal. 

★ * ★ 

LOS ANGELES (AP) — 
Carlos Palomino, the World 
Boxing Council welterweight 
champion from 197G until 
he lost the crown earlier this 
year to Wilfredo Benitz of 
Puerto Rico, has announced 
his retirement. 

Palomino has been taking 
acting lessons and hopes to 
make a new career for him¬ 
self in movies or television. 
★ ★ ★ 

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Hold 
out all-pro centre Tom 
Banks signed a one-year 
contract with St. Louis Car¬ 
dinals on Friday, ending an 
impasse between the un 
happy player and the Na¬ 
tional Football League- 
team. 


SENIOR WRITER 

MacMillan Bloedel has an exceptional opportunity for a 
fully accomplished copywriter who will supervise 
creative development of advertising, sales promotion 
and both internal and external communications 
programs. Assignments can include both product and 
corporate work in print, broadcast, film, display and 
audio-visual formats. 

The successful candidate will become a senior member 
ol a professional group of advertising people with very 
high standards and self-motivation. The company 
oilers an excellent range of employee benefits and a 
professionally managed competitive salary program 

Please send letter of application and a complete 
resume to 

T. J. McDowell, 

Advertising Manager. 




MacMillan Bloedel 


1075 West Georgia Street. 
Vancouver. B.C. V6E 3R9 


RESTAURANT OPPORTUNITY ... NANAIMO 

Fantastic opportunity to the right individual. Good 
location. Long term lease, well established trade. (Last 
6 month's sales in excess of $125,000.) Excellent bank 
financing already arranged to those qualified. Minimum 
cash required $15,000, financing will carry the rest. 
Absentee ownership forces the sale. 

APPLY TO VICTORIA PRESS BOX 806 


jCk . 

'ALCAN 


Alcan Smelters and Chemicals Ltd 

Division ot Aluminum Company of Canada. Ltd 

SYSTEMS ANALYST 

Alcan Smellers and Chemicals Ltd. located in Kitimat is seeking an individual for its Reduction 

Development Computer Group 

The successful candidate should have 

— university or technical school graduation or equivalent experience 

— experience in online information and realtime process control applications 

— good knowledge of Fortran. 

Responsibilities include analysis, design, programming and documenting of development 
protects and ufcer service requests 

Equipment consists of 7 PDP-t t computers using the RSX-11 operating system 
Salary is commensurate with experience and qualifications 

We offer exce^ent benefits including medical, dental, long term disability, retirement and life 
insurance plans, as well as relocation assistance 

Kitimat is a modern, well-planned town ol 13,500 surrounded by mountains on a scenic coastal 
fiord. Sail and Iresh water fishing as well as skiing, camping arid hiking are al our doorstep 
Please send your resume (o: 

Alcan Smelters and Chemicals Ltd 
P.O. Box 1800. Kitimat. B.C V8C 2H2 
Attention N. Jones 


ESTIMATOR 


The F. Drexel Co. Ltd. is Western Canada s largest distributor/contractor 
in the high quality insulation and acoustical treatment field, with a growing 
and diversified line of industrial products 

We are searching for estimators experienced in acoustical and drywall 
estimating. 

Due to our rapid expansion in this market we require both Senior and Junior 
Estimators and the remuneration will be commensurate with the qualifica¬ 
tions and experience of the candidates and salary levels will be highly 
competitive 

We have a full range of benefits including dental, and a company car is 
provided. , 

Reply in strict confidence to: F. Drexel Co Ltd., 3123 Steel St., Victoria, 
B.C., V8Z 3N7. attention Mr Kirk Mitchelmore, or phone 388-7032. 


loTl 

DRexeL 


THE DREXEL COMPANIES 


CKHEED 


o 




Lockheed, a leader in the aerospace industry, is 
seeking Air Traffic Controllers and Air Weapons 
Controllers to fill challenging positions in one of its 
international operations. 

Apply now if you possess the following skills: 

• AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLER 

• AIR WEAPONS CONTROLLER (64X) 

These positions, for accompanied or unaccompanied 
status, offer an outstanding benefit package which 
includes excellent salary, life/health/dental insur¬ 
ance, retirement/savings plan, free housing including 
utilities and furnishings, company provided transpor¬ 
tation, lengthy vacations and much more. 

If you are interested in a challenging position located 
in a land of opportunity, call BILL SOLYAN today: 
COLLECT (714) 988-2531, or send your resume to: 

LOCKHEED AIRCRAFT 
SERVICE COMPANY 

P.O. Box 33, Dept. 9-143, 

Ontario, California. 91761 

An Equal Opportunity Employer M/F 


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LOCKHEED AIRCRAFT 
SERVICE COMPANY 







































































SPORTS 


THE COLONIST, Sal., August 1, 1979 I 1 


pMeany breezes-| 
to singles title 


, Man Meany of Vancouver South defeated Edith 
'Steel 21-8 Friday to win the Vancouver Island 
Women’s Lawn Bowling tournament at Victoria 
I,awn Bowling Club. 

Ruth Fouls of Vancouver South was third and 
Trudy Corcoran of Vancouver fourth in the five-day 
competition. 

Lena Pole trimmed Edith Boniface 21-14 in an all- 
Powell River B final. 

Marie Sage and Joan Farnham of Burnside teamed 
to defeat elubmales Jean Chandler and Emily 
Clegg 26-3 to capture the pairs crown. 

In triples finals, Vee Hewlns. Dorothy Johnson 
and Olive Southwell of the host club edged the 
Victoria West threesome of Vilsie Wright. Peggy 
heating and Christie Forbes. 16-13. 

Kathy Finch. Ruth Fouts. Doreen Jarvie and Jan 
Hall of Vancouver South got by Evelyn Leahey. May 
Down. Madge Martell and Mabel Wilson of Oak Bay 
to win the fours championship. 


Outlaws return to Western 


The limited open super stocks —The Outlaws — re¬ 
turn to Western Speedway tonight. 

A class of car gaining encouragement at the Speed¬ 
way. the limited opens compete under the restric¬ 
tions of a carbun.‘tpr rule and a tire-hardness rule, 
making for competitive racing while keeping costs 
down. 

Local drivers will gel a test from some American 
competition. Jack Jeffries and Doug Lusk, both of 
Yakima, are expected to be joining the locals at the 
Starling gate for trophy dash, heat races and main 
event. 

Some slock cars will also race, plus more competi¬ 
tion in the ever-increasing jalopy class. 

Standings could suffer a shakeup in the latter cate¬ 
gory. as leader Bruce Aldridge holds a tentative sV 
,ries lead. Aldridge has 173 points, only six more than 
second-place Lyle Gref. 

Don Stewart is third with 167. well jn front of Dave 
'McIntyre, who has 107. 

Gates open at 6 p.m.at the Langford oval, time 
trials start at 7 with races following at 8. 

Select athletes at UVic 

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’ Today's Alberta — B.C. track and field meet at 
Centennial Stadium will give some select Western 
Canadian athletes an opportunity to limber up for 
.World Cup trials in Quebec City Aug. 11-12. 

Debbie Scott, Debbie Campbell, Wendy Davies 
and Harold Wlllers, all of Victoria and all fresh from 
.stellar performances at the Canadian senior cham¬ 
pionships last weekend, ^ill be among the approxi¬ 
mately loo athletes taking part, starting with field 
events at 5 p.m. 

Other B.C. competitors heading for Quebec City, 
and making a way stop at the University of Victoria 
beforehand, are Anne Maekie-Morelii of Richmond 
tmd Dave Parker of Vancouver. 

Mackie-Morel!), fourth in the Pan-Ants' sou- 
metres. is Canadian champion in that event. Parker 
holds the same distinction in the pole vault. 

From Alberta come Alan Godfrey of Calgary, 
Canadian men s 800-metre champion: Jan Newhouse 
of Edmonton, national 100-metre hurdles champ: 
Doug Wourneli of Calgary: and Sue Farley of Ed¬ 
monton. 


Softball benefit goes today 


Clubs in the Heywood Avenue Men's League will be 
doing what they normally do this weekend — playing 
softball. 

But this tournament, a three day affair involving 
all eight teams in the league, has a difference. All 
proceeds will go to the Pearkes Clinic for llandi 
capped children. 

Today is children's day, with plenty of free goodies 
available for the small fry. For the adults, there's a 
refreshment garden and food. 

The round-robin tournament, opening 2 p.m. at 
Macdonald Park, features two divisions of four 
teams each, with each club playing a minumum of 
five games today, Sunday and Monday. 

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Four track records set at Summer Games 


RICHMOND (CP) — Ath 
teles are often told that rec¬ 
ords are made to be broken 
and two Aldergrove athletes 
led a list of competitors who 
showed Friday at the British 
Columbia Summer Games 
that the lesson had been 
learned well. 

Alan Sehroeder. 14, won a 
gold in the boys’ 3,000 metres 
while 15-year-old Steve 
Waines turned in a record 
performance to win the high 
jump. 


In all. four records were 
set in seven track and field 
events as the first day of 
competition at the Games 
featured competition in all 
26 events. 

Tania Cleave, I t of West 
Vancouver won the girls' 3.- 
000 metres in 10 minutes, 31.2 
seconds, breaking the old 
mark by 11 seconds. 

Stephanie Chamberlain of 
Nanaimo set the other 
Games record as she repeat¬ 
ed as gold medalist in the 


•Results of completed events — Page I t 


girls' javelin. The 16-year- 
old high-school student 
threw the javelin 39.38 
metres, besting her last 
year's mark at Penticton by 
more than six metres. 

Waines led a trio of jump¬ 
ers who broke the record of 
1.75 metres in the high jump. 
Waines leaped 1.80, while 
Marc Lilley of Kimberley 
and Calvin Charllon of 
Campbell River both cleared 
1.77. 


Other track and field win 
ners included Les Szoko of 
Aldergrove in the boys ham¬ 
mer throw, Don Ball of Vic¬ 
toria in the boys pole vault 
and Kim Hlady of Che- 
malnus in the girls long 
jump. 

The track was also the site 
of the first double winner of 
the Games as wheelchair 
competitor Norman Haw 
won the 60 metres and 200 
metres races. 


The 27-year-old Vancouver 
resident easily outdistanced 
three rivals in both races. He 
won the shorter race in 18.8 
seconds. 4.4 seconds ahead 
of Gary Birch of Mill Bay 
and then finished 20 seconds 
ahead of Dennis Charenko of 
Surrey in the 200 metres in a 
time of 66.4. 

At the Steveston Pool. 
Karen Rainey of Mill Bay 
won a silver medal in the 200 
metres freesty le for girls 13- 
17. 


In synchronized swim¬ 
ming. Peggy Monteith and 
Pauline Glascow of Camp 
bell River won the silver and 
bronze medals respectively 
in the 15 and over solos and 
the Campbell River team 
won the bronze in novice 
teams. 

Competition continues 
today with finals in most 
events scheduled for Sun 
day. 



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12 THE COLONIST, Sat., August!, 1979 


SPORTS 



stan 

cooper 


f There’s an easy out for sports franchises which 
have trouble at the turnstiles but it’s a false and 
forlorn cry. 

Ir things aren’t going well, blame the media — 
newspapers in particular — for failing to support 
“our guys and our team". 

It's an old song and it's making the rounds in 
Victoria again. 

Victoria Mussels of the Northwest League have 
admitted after nearly 15 months that this area isn’t a 
market for professional (“A" class) baseball and 
Esquimau Legion of the Western Canada Major 
.1 unidr Lacrosse League, coming off its worst season 
at the gate and in the standings since predecessor 
Victoria McDonalds joined the league in 1972, 
blames the media in part for its woes. 

Both teams have had similar problems in draw¬ 
ing fans but have done little of late to build support in 
a community loaded with every conceiveabie sport 
and summertime activity. 

It was only three years ago that Legion-prede¬ 
cessor Victoria McDonalds were packing Esquimalt 
Sports Centre en route to winning the Minto Cup. 
Crowds of between 1,000 and 1,400 were common¬ 
place but when super attractions Kevin Alexander 
and Bob Cool and most of the McDonalds graduated, 
fan support fell to the 200-500 range. Things looked 
better this season when the team got off to a quick 
start but the 8-15-1 record and lack of a playoff 
position will be hard to overcome. 

While players such as Alexander and Cool may 
never be replaced, there’s a feeling that the Legion 
has been somewhat lax, or unsuccessful, in recruit¬ 
ing talent of late. Or maybe this area is passing from 
the scene as a lacrosse hotbed, although perfor¬ 
mance at lower levels seems to indicate the good 
young players are here. 

Whatever, Esquimalt Legion will sponsor the 
club in 1980 to the tune of $5,000 again, says secre¬ 
tary-manager Ken Klee. 

"We didn't demand the club be a winner when we 
look over sponsorship last year,” Klee said, “and we 
hope the team will be in the playoffs next year. But 
it’s going to need good promotion to gel the fans 
back.” ' 

Coach Ken Alexander, who gave the Victoria 
media a shot for lack of support, says he will be back 
for a second season and should have a winning club. 
“We have to expand our recruiting in the Juan de 
Fuca and Central Saanich areas as we’ve mainly 
gone with Victoria and Saanich players in the past. 
We’ll do better.” 

it It ir 

The Mussels have major problems with player 
identification (Roy Moretti is the only Victorian on 
the club) in the community but the league in general 
suffers from a lack of promotion. Standings, scores 
and up-to-date stastistics are hard to come by and 
there has been precious little co-operation from the 
league or the club in this regard. 

While the team got a hefty financial break from 
the City of Victoria over last year’s park rental, the 
Mussels haven’t done much to woo spectators the 
second time around. In a community with a long 
baseball heritage, day games would appear to be 
worth a concentrated effort, since Royal Athletic 
Park is a cold seat on any evening. 

There was a fair crowd for a Tuesday afternoon 
game early in the season but the experiment to draw 
senior-age fans wasn't repeated and only the faithful 
200 or so keep showing up for a .500 club with some 
promise. 

Letters to the editor and a recent radio editorial 
blamed newspapers— The Daily Colonist in particu¬ 
lar — for lack of support but the team and league 
don’t warrant publicity if the paying customers 
aren’t there in the first place. And it’s ironic that the 
biggest crowd (823 to be exact) to see a Mussel home 
game. July 23, 1978, was bolstered by a large 
contingent of Victoria Press carriers. 

WWW 

While the teams seem to think publicity is the 
answer, it doesn't bear up on the Greater Victoria 
sports picture when attendance figures are com¬ 
pared. Two of the beUer-drawing attractions, demo¬ 
lition derbies at Western Speedway and professional 
wrestling at Memorial Arena, get very little cover¬ 
age in newspapers, television and radio and yet 
outdraw such orthodox sports as minor and interme¬ 
diate hockey, Canadian football, soccer, senior bas 
ketball and yes, junior lacrosse and pro baseball. It's 
the fans, and only the fans, who decide where to 
spend their entertainment dollars so teams would do 
better to gear their advertising and promotion in 
their direction rather than waste their energy rap¬ 
ping the media. 

it Ir ir 

SHORT SHOTS ..Victoria Cougars, who open 
their Western Hockey league training camp in only 
\ five weeks, will play an exhibition game against a 
» Czechoslovak team, Saturday, Dec. 29 at the 
’ Arena...forward Scott Connors. 17, of Saanich has 
• been sent to the Cougars by Lethbridge Broncos to 
■ complete an earlier deal...congratulations to Cou¬ 
gar-trainer Gord and Kim Hahn on the birth of Sara 
this week at Victoria General...with Robbie Dunn 
, leaving for Britain, Western Speedway and the Cou¬ 
gars are losing a valuable friend and Cougars arc 
, looking for a qualified public-address an¬ 
nouncer.the NHL amateur draft, biggest event for 
most major junior players, goes next Friday in 
, Montreal with the 21 teams expected to go six 
rounds...Cougars eligible as 19-year-olds or under- 
agers are Mark Robinson, Greg Adams, Bob Jansch 
and Kevin Eastman...look for Portland defenceman 
Keith Brown to go early. 


Fans, Yankees honor 
memory of Munson 


Adanacs finish 
in second place 


.NEW YORK (AP) — A 
capacity Yankee Stadium 
crowd cheered the memory 
of Thurman Munson for nine 
minutes Friday night after 
Terence Cardinal Cooke of¬ 
fered a prayer for New York 
Yankees' catcher who died 
in a plane crash a day ear¬ 
lier. 

While members of the 
Yankees and Baltimore Ori¬ 
oles stood at the top steps of 
their dugouts, Cardinal 
Cooke, archbishop of New 
York, prayed for Munson's 
family. After he had com¬ 
pleted the prayer. Metropoli¬ 
tan Opera star Robert Mer¬ 
rill sang America The 
Beautiful. 

Then, as Munson's portrait 
was flashed on the stadium 
scoreboard, the fans began 


VANCOUVER — Coquit¬ 
lam Adanacs edged Vancou¬ 
ver Burrards 13-11 Friday 
night in the final game of the 
Western Lacrosse Associa¬ 
tion regular schedule. 

The win gives the Adanacs 
second place in the five- 
team lead although Coquit¬ 
lam finished in a points tic 
With New Westminster Sal- 
inonbellies. Adanacs earned 
tfee spot by virtue of a 5-4 
rtcord in games against New 
Westminster in league play. 

Playoffs start Tuesday 
with Vancouver visiting Co¬ 
quitlam. New Westminster 
travels to Victoria on Wed¬ 
nesday to open the other 
best-of-seven semi-final 
against t|ic first-place Sham¬ 
rocks. 

Dan Wilson, Mark Valas- 


their marathon salute for the 
deceased catcher. 

Through it all, eight Yan¬ 
kees’ starters in Friday 
night’s American League 
baseball game against the 
Orioles stood at their posi¬ 
tions. motionless, heads 
bowed. Catcher Jerry Nar- 
ron remained in the dugout 
with the rest of the team, 
leaving Munsqn's regular 
position behind home plate 
vacant during the thunder¬ 
ous ovation. 

Even after the fans 
stopped applauding and 
cheering, left fielder Lou 
PinMIa, perhaps Munson's 
closest friend on the team, 
remained motionless for an 
other minute or two. ap¬ 
parently wrapped in his own 
thoughts of a departed team¬ 
mate. 


in the game, Luis Tiant 
pitched a two-hitler but one 
was a second inning homer 
by John Lowenstein as the 
Orioles took a 1-0 decision. 

The Yankees’ clubhouse 
and dugout areas were 
placed off-limits to report¬ 
ers Friday night in defer¬ 
ence to the memory of Mun¬ 
son. The Yankees said they 
did not want their players 
bothered with questions in 
this time of grief. 

Owner George Stcinbren- 
ner was in the clubhouse for 
about an hour during a team 
meeting. He was pale and 
drawn as he met reporters in 
an adjourning corridor. 

“1 don’t know what you 
want me to say," he said. 
"The team had a meeting. A 
few of them spoke. It was a 
tribute to Thurman.” 

The Yankees announced 



HEAD BOWED, New York Yankees' 
Gralg Nettles pays tribute to team¬ 
mate as image of Thurman Munson is 
flashed on Yankee Stadium score- 


board in memorial ceremony prior to 

Friday night game against Baltimore 
Orioles. Munson was killed in crash of 
his private plane Thursday. 


Minor baseball pla vdovvns 

Firefighters awesome 


tin, Jim AitchUon and 
Wayne McAuley each scored 
two goals for the winners 
while Mat Aitken, Dave 
Durante, Mark Tuura, Tim 
Kelly and Ray Mattison 
added the others. 

Scoring for Vancouver 
were Ron Pinder with three 
goals, Stuart Aird and Pat 
Ryan with two apiece, and 
Mike McMillan, Mike Hol¬ 
den, Bill Foote and Terry 
Bingley with one each. 

1*7* FINAL 



W L 

T 

F 

A 

Pts 

Victoria 

19 9 

2 

375 

322 

40 

Coquitlam 

17 12 

1 

427 

382 

35 

New West 

17 12 

1 

396 

370 

35 

Vancouver 

11 19 

0 

373 

435 

?2 

Nanaimo 

8 20 2 309 

1971 FINAL 

371 

18 


W L 

T 

F 

A 

Pts 

Victoria 

15 7 

2 

352 

278 

32 

New West 

12 11 

1 

346 

351 

25 

Vancouver 

11 13 

0 

317 

333 

22 

Coquitlam 

10 13 

1 

310 

332 

21 

Nanaimo 

9 13 

2 

313 

344 

20 


Joining forces to produce 
some awesome offensive 
fireworks, Dale Schmidt and 
Clay Bcrtoia drove in nine 
runs between them Friday- 
night as Victoria Fire¬ 
fighters crushed North Van¬ 
couver 19-0 in the B.C. Senior 
Babe Ruth baseball cham¬ 
pionships in Powell River 
Mike Bull had a hand in the 
victory, too. Bull spun a one- 
hitter to earn Firefighters' 
second win of the tourna¬ 
ment. 

Bertoia ripped two home 
runs, knocking in four runs, 
while Schmidt anted up five 
runs-batted in. Brian Martin 
chipped in another homer. 

In other Friday action, 
Nanaimo slipped out of the 
tournament by bowing 5-3 to 
Powell River. Coquitlam eli¬ 
minated Prince George by- 
means of a 6-5 victory. 

In Castlegar. meanwhile, 
Victoria Carnarvon tumbled 
from the winners’ bracket of 
the provincial Pony League 
playoffs, dropping a 7-4 deci¬ 
sion to South Burnaby. 

Winning pitcher Steve Au- 
gustino ignited a five-run 
fifth inning with a two-run 
homer that squashed Car¬ 
narvon’s hopes. 

Peter Guppies and Anth¬ 
ony Bertoia. Clay’s brother, 
slammed homers for Car¬ 
narvon, which meets host 
Castlegar at noon today. 

If the Victorians win. thev 
advance to a 6 p.m. encoui. 
ter with the winner of Fri¬ 
day’s game between Chil¬ 
liwack and Vernon. 

In Prince George, Victoria 
Drive of Vancouver forced a 
deciding game in the B.C. 
Little League baseball 
championships by scoring a 
5-2 win over Vancouver Dun¬ 
bar. 

Both teams now have lost 
once in the double-knockout 
tournament and will square 
off this morning for the 
championship. 

At the 13-year-old provin¬ 
cial Babe Ruth champion¬ 
ships at Reynolds Park, host 
Saanich Evening Optimists 
edged Prince George 7-6 Fri¬ 
day morning in a game held 


over from the previous 
night. 

On Friday night. Optimists 
broke to a 6-0 lead over Van 
couver Inter-community but 
the game was called because 
of darkness. It will be re¬ 
sumed at 10 this morning. 


In other games, Gordon 
Head Cosmopolitans 
trounced North Vancouver 
i 1-8, Coquitlam edged 
Prince George 13-12 and 
Trail outgunned Duncan 21- 
16. 


that Munson's No. 15 and his 
locker in the clubhouse both 
would be retired. His is the 
eighth Yankees uniform 
number retired, joining 
Babe Ruth’s No. 3, Lou 
Gehrig’s No. t, Joe DiMag- 
gio’s No. 5, Mickey Mantle's 
No. 7. Yogi Berra and Bill 
Dickey’s No. 8, Whites- 
Ford's No. 16 and Casey 
Stengel’s No. 37. 

The club said Munson's 
locker would remain in the 
clubhouse with his No. 15 in 
place above it. 

In addition, the Yankees 
said a plaque would be 
placed in the centre field 
section of the stadium where 
others honoring Ed Barrow, 
Jacob ltuppert, DiMaggio. 
Mantle, Stengel and Joe 
McCarthy already hang-. 
Also in that area arc monu 
menu to Gehrig. Ruth and 
Miller Huggins. 

Munson was killed Thurs 
day in the crash of his $1.1’ 
million Cessna Citation jet 
near his home in Canton. 
Ohio; He was 32 
The crash might have been 
caused by a sudden power 
failure, an inspector for the 
national transportation safe¬ 
ly board said Frida'y in 
Akron. Ohio. Munson was pi¬ 
loting the plane which 
crashed 1.000 feet short of 
the runway at the Canton 
Airport. 

Two passengers, David 
Hall, 32. and Jerry Ander¬ 
son. 31, both of Canton, were 
burned in the crash. They 
tried to pull Munson f rom the 
plane but were forced back 
by flames. 

"So far, the investigation 
is only in a preliminary 
basis," Ed McAvoy, who is 
co-ordinating the investiga¬ 
tion told a news conference. 
"We have determined that 
the plane was slightly off 
centre in its descent and just 
missed a tree, all of which 
indicates to us that there was 
a sudden rate of descent. 

"We know that the air 
speed during that descent 
was 93 knots, which is )l 
knots above the stall. The 
investgators have also de¬ 
termined that there was 
more than sufficient fuel for 
the plane to reach the run¬ 
way." 

It seemed likely that no 
other player would be ap 
pointed captain. Munson had 
been the first Yankees’ cap¬ 
tain since Lou Gehrig, who 
also died prematurely, of a 
degenerative nerve disease. 

Thursday was a rare off 
day in the Yankees’ schedule 
following a road trip that 
ended in Chicago on Wednes¬ 
day night. Munson flew from 
Chicago to Canton that night 
and was testing out his new 
jet on landings and takeoffs 
when tragedy struck. 


— Today's menu — 

SOFTBALL 

9:30 a.m. — Continuation of Sookc men’s tourna¬ 
ment, Sooke Athletic Park. 

Noon — Opening day of play in Heywood-Pearkes 
Clinic benefit men’s tournament, Macdonald Park. 

7 p.m. — Norwest Major Men’s League: Victoria 
Budgets vs. Seattle Peterbilt, Royal Athletic Park. 

BASEBALL 

10 a.m. — Northwest League doubleheader: Vic¬ 
toria Mussels vs. Medford A’s, Royal Athletic 
Park. 

SWIMMING 

11:30 a.m. — Preliminary heats in Canadian na¬ 
tional Division II championships. Finals at 6:30 p.m. 
Crystal Pool. 

CRICKET 

1 p.m. — District Association: Albion vs. Cast¬ 
aways. Beacon Hill Park; Alcos vs. Oak Bay. W ind¬ 
sor Park. 

HARNESS RACING 

1:30 p.m, — Parade to post, Sundown Raceway. 

TRACK AND FIELD 

5 p.m. — Opening events in B.C. — Alberta track 
meet and fun run. Centennial Stadium 
AUTO RACING 

7 p.m. — Time trials for limited open super-stocks. 
Western Speedway. 


Budgets split 
with visitors 


Baseball scores 


AMERICAN LEAGUE 
East 


Baltimore 

Boston 

Milwaukee 

New York 

Detroit 

Cleveland 

Toronto 

California 

Texas 

Minnesota 

Kansas City 

Chicago 

Seattle 

Oakland 


W L Pet GBL 

73 34 682 — 

64 41 .610 8 

64 45 587 10 
58 49 542 15 
509 18*2 
495 20 
296 41 Va 


54 52 

53 54 
32 76 

West 
61 48 
57 49 
56 49 

54 53 
47 60 


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439 13 

47 63 .427 14' 2 
11 78 .284 30 

Kansas City 001 201 104- 5 8 1 

Detroit 011 000 100- 3 5 1 

Busby 5-6. Mingorl (7), Quisen 
berry (8), Hraboskv (9) and Porter, 
Underwood 6-2. Billingham (8) and 
Putman, Parrish. HRs KC— Porter 
(12), McRae (5); Det - Kemo 2 
(18). ‘ 

Second game 

Kansas City 200 000 100- 3 7 0 
Detroit 000 210 01 m—4 7 0 

Sollttorff, Mingorl 2 2 (8), Rodri 
ouez (8) and Wathan; Robbins, Looez 
6-2 (7) and Parrish. HRs: KC — 
Terrell (1); Det — Wockenfuss (11), 
LeFlor* (3). 

Boston 000 001 002— 3 7 0 

Milwaukee 000 302 OOx- 5 10 1 

Renko 8-6, Remmerswaal (6) and 
Fisk; Slaton 11-6, Castro (9) and 
Moore. HRs: Bos-Hobson (17); Mil 
— Thomas 2 (27), Cooper (18). 

Chicago 130 310 000- 8 10 2 

Toronto 200 200 100- 5 10 1 

Trout 6 4, Farmer (9) and Na 
horodnv, Moore 2-3, Jefferson (4) 
andCerone. HRs: Chi —Morrison (3), 
Bell (1). Johnson (9); Tor — Howell 
HW>. 

California 000 000 010- 1 9 1 

Minnesota 201 000 10 m- 4 8 1 

Barr 7-8 and Downing; Koosman 
12 10, Marshall (8) and Wynegar. 
HR: Min — Smalley (19). 

Texas 005 100 110- 8 16 0 

Cleveland 000 010 002- 3 S 0 

Jenkins 11-8, Lyle (9) and Sund- 
berg; Wise 116, Reuschel (3). An¬ 
dersen (6) and Hassey. HRs: Cle — 
Johnson (8); Tex — Putnam (14). 

Baltimore 010 000 000- 1 2 0 

New York 000 000 000- 0 6 0 

McGregor 7-3, T. Martinez (9) and 
Dempsey; Tiant 7-6, Gossaoe (9) and 
Narron. HR: Bal — Lowenstein 

( 11 ). 

Oakland 000 000 000- 0 6 2 

Seattle 000 000 lOx- 1 3 1 

Keouoh 0-13 and Newman; Bannis¬ 
ter 6-10 and Stinson. HR: Sea — Ro¬ 
berts (12). 


NATIONAL LEAGUE 
East 

W L Pet. GBL 

60 43 . 583 — 
60 46 566 lVa 

55 48 .534 5 

56 52 .519 4*4 

52 51 505 8 

44 59 .427 16 
West 

63 47 .573 — 
59 52 . 532 4'4 
52 57 .477 10'? 
50 61 .450 13'? 
46 62 .425 16 

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Houston 
Cincinnati 
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Los Angeles 
Atlanta 


Okay, so maybe he is from 
the Boondox. 

But it doesn't necessarily 
follow that Gary Earnest is 
unsophisticated with a soft- 
ball in his hand. 

Earnest was anything but 
a country bumpkin at Royal 
Athletic Park Friday night, 
twirling a four-hit 10 shutout 
that allowed his Longview 
Boondox to split a Norwest 
Men’s Fastball League 
doubleheader with Victoria 
Budgets. 

Earnest struck out three 
while walking none in the 
nightcap, pitching in front of 
about too fans. The veteran 
was never in trouble, as he 
atoned for his team-mates’ 
sins in the opener. 

Budgets, behind Dave Wil¬ 
son’s four-hit pitching, 
blanked Longview 5-0 in the 
first game. 

The split puts second-place 


Kessinger 

pondering 

CHICAGO (AP) — Chica¬ 
go White Sox placed Don 
Kessipgcr on the restricted 
list Friday, one day after his 
resignation as player-man¬ 
ager, and he returned to his 
Memphis. Tenn., home to 
ponder his future. 

While on the restricted list, 
Kessinger can be reactival- 
. ed at any time by the White 
Sox, but no other team can 
claim him. a spokesman for 
the American League team 
said. 

Kessinger. 37, resigned 
Thursday in his first season 
as manager. The team was 
in the throes of a seven-game 
losing streak, its longest of 
the season, before Friday 
night's game in Toronto. 


Budgets’ record at 15-8. And 
tonight they face a tougher 
test than Longview. 

Seattle Peterbilt. high 
atop the standings w ith a 25 7 
ledger, comes in for a doub ’ 
leheader starting at 7 p.m 
Budget Mark Smith, the ' 
flame-throwing lefthander.' 
started the second game but 
struggled throughout, lie is-1 
sued four passes while slrl.K 
ing out five. 

After allowing a leadqff 
single in the seventh, lie i(e ” 
parted in favor of Andy KwV” 
opacki, who finished up. 

Tom Bate stretched a sW " 1 
gle into a double in theLoBj) 
view fifth, then storfunrri ’ 
single by Greg McDaniel. 1 
In the first game. Wilson ; 
fanned 10 and walked only 
two. 

John Green and Somty 
Phillips powered the offence 
with a pair of hits. Green 
slammed a three-run homer 
in the sixth inning and Phil 
lips also had a home run. 

Longview 000 000 0 - 0 « Q' 

Victoria 1000 103 x— 5 ? 0. 

Tom Wvles and Ted Taylor. Dave 
Wilson and Sonnv Phillips HRs Vic 
toria — John Green. Phillips. 

Second game 

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Victoria 000 000 O- 0 4 0 

Gary Earnest and Tim Norton; Mark ’ 
Smith, Andy Konopacki (7) and Alden 
Govenlock. 

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Philadelphia at Pittsburgh 
St Louis at Chicago 
Atlanta at Houston 2. N 
San Diego at Cincinnati N 
New York at Montreal N 
San Francisco at Los Angeles N 


San Francisco 000 000 201—3 8 2 
Los Angeles 400 022 30x-l 1110 

Curtis 6-7, Hallcki (2). Griffin (6), 
Nasfu (7), Borbon (7) and Sadek; 
Hooton 10-7 and Yeager HRs: SF — 
Evans (14); LA - Looes (23), Baker 
(14), Cev(20). 

Atlanta 001 000 000- 1 6 0 

Houston 020 200 OOx- 4 10 0 

Matula 6 8. Bradford (4), B. 
McLaughlin (5), Devine (7) and 
Nolan; Richard 10-11 and Ashby. 

San Diego 000 002 112— 6 14 2 

Cincinnati 000 001 102- 4 7 0 

Shirley 5-11, Owchinko (7), Fin¬ 
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HR: C|n-Cruz (1). 

St. Louis 100 000 010-2 8 0 

Chicago 100 201 OOx- 4 8 1 

Vuckovlch 10-8, McEnanev (8) and 
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Sutter (8) and Blackwell. HR:Chl — 
Dillard (1). 

Philadelphia 110 100 000- 3 7 0 

Pittsburgh 201 000 30x— 6 11 0 

Ruthven, McGraw 3-2 (7) and 
Boone; Kison, Romo 7 3 (7) and Ott. 
HRs: Pha — Schmidt (38); Pgh - 
Stargell (22), Parker (18). 

Second game 

Philadelphia 000 000 018- 1 5 1 

Pittsburgh 011 030 OOx- 5 8 1 

Christenson 2-7, Eastwick (5), Bird 
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Montreal 401 000 14x—10 14 0 

Kobel, Murray 4-6 (7), Bernard 
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Sanderson (7), Bahnsen 3 1 (8), Fry-' 
man (9) and Carter HRs: Mtl 
Cromartie (7), Perez (10). 


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SPORTS 


THE COLONIST, Sat., August 4, 1979 13 


Crenshaw jumps to fore 


BIRMINGHAM, Mich. 
(AP) — Ben Crenshaw, 
seeking the major title he 
needs to confirm his stature 
iifthe ranks of golf’s premier 
performers, shot a three- 
under-par 67 and took com¬ 
mand Friday in the second 
round of the 61st PGA na¬ 
tional championship. 

“I'd give my eye teeth to 
win," said the man the other 
(during pros call Gentle 
Ben. 

i“I think I’ve matured; 1 
tljlnk this may be the time," 
hf said after posting his 36- 
hole total of 136, four strokes 
uhder par on the Oakland 
Hills Country Club course, 
7{0li yards of rolling hills 
and undulating greens in 
suburban Detroit. 

Crenshaw, so often a chal¬ 
lenger but not yeta winner in 
golf’s great events, held a 
one-stroke lead over Austra¬ 
lian David Graham, Rex 
Caldwell and 25-year-old Jay 


Haas, tied at 137. Graham 
scrambled to a 68, Haas bir- 
died the final hole for a 69 
and Caldwell matched par-70 
in mild, breezy weather. 

Tom Watson, the first- 
round leader, again fell vic¬ 
tim to some erratic action 
off the tee and slipped to a 72 
that left him at 138, two shots 
back. 

Watson was tied, at two- 
under-par and two off the 
pace, with Alan Tapie, Jerry 
Pate and Bruce Lietzke. 

Tapie chipped in from 50 
feet for a birdie on the last 
hole and a 65, which tledthe 
competitive course record. 
Pate, a former United States 
Open champ, and Lietzke, 
golf’s most successful cross¬ 
handed putter, each had a 
second consecutive 69. 

A group at 139 Included 
Hubert Green, 49-ycar-old 
Don January, Leonard 
Thompson, Ron Streck. 


Rutledge catches 
fellow Victorian 


REGINA (CP) —Jim Rut¬ 
ledge, 'a 19-year-old profes¬ 
sional from Victoria, fired a 
four-under-par 68 Friday to 
claim a share of the lead 
after two rounds of play In 
the Saskatchewan Open golf 
tournament. 

Rutledge has a 36-hole 
total of 138, which ties him 
with opening round leader 
Bob Beauchemin, also of 
Victoria, who shot a one 
■ under par 71 Friday. 

In third place is defending 
ebampion Roger Klatt of St. 
Albert, Alta., whosesecond- 
round 69 gives him a 139 
total. 

Rutledge's 68, the low 
round of the day, came with 


Kelly misses 

NIAGARA ON THE 
LAKE, Ont. — Carling Bas¬ 
sett of Toronto trimmed 
Kelly Davies of Victoria 6-3, 
6-4 Friday in the final of the 
under-14 girls division of the 
Canadian junior tenn.is 
championships. 


four birdies and no bogeys 
over the 6,400-yard Wascana 
Country Club course. Only 
seven players in the field of 
81 professionals and ama¬ 
teurs were able to better the 
par 72 rating. 

Dan Hallaorson of Bran¬ 
don, a regularon the U.S. pro 
tour and the winner of the 
Saskatchewan Open in 1977 
— the last time it was played 
at the Wascana course, has 
145 total after two rounds, 
finishing the second day with 
a two-under 70. Halldorson is 
in fifth place and Jerry An 
derson of Winnipeg, the win¬ 
ner of last week's Manitoba 
Open, holds down fourth spot 
with a 140 total. Anderson 
shot a 69 Friday. 

John Morgan of Victoria is 
at 119 following a second 
round 71 and Is tied with 
former-VIctorian COc Fer¬ 
guson of Regina, w ho shot 73 
Friday. 

The professionals are 
playing for a total of $15,000 
in prize money In the 54-hole 
event, with the winner tak¬ 
ing home $4,000. 


Artie McNickle, Australian 
Graham -Marsh and Rod 
Funseth. Thompson had a 67 
and Funseth 69. Green, Janu¬ 
ary, Marsh and McNickle all 
had 70s and Streck included 
a hole-in-one In bis round of 
71. 

Jack Nicklaus, who is 
seeking a record-matching 
fifth PGA title and an end to 
the most frustrating Slump 
of his career, birdied the 18 th 
for a 72 that left him at 115. 

Jim Nelford of Burnaby 
had a second-round 73 for 

147, missing the cut of 146 or 
better. 

Arnold Palmer improved 
to a 74 but had a 155 total and 
failed to make the cut. So did 
Tom Weiskopf, 71-150, and 
Hale Irwin, who won his sec¬ 
ond U.S. Open title a couple 
of months ago. Irwin had 75- 

148. 

But Sam Snead made it. 
The 67-year-old marvel who 
first played here In.the 1937 
U.S. Open, shot a 71 and, at 
144, led Nicklaus by a shot. 

Lee Trevino was 73-143. 
defending.champion John 
Mahaffey 74-146 and South 
African Gary Player, Who 
won the PGA the last time it 
was played here, was 70-143. 
Masters champion Fuzzy 
Zoeller shot 75-145. 

Crenshaw, winner of six 
tour titles, has been second 
in four major championships 
— including the British Open 
only two weeks ago — but 
has yet to win one of the Big 
Fou" events. 

He tied for second with 
Nicklaus in the British Open 
behind Spain's Severiano 
Ballesteros, who is not com¬ 
peting here. 

"No golfer in his 20s uses 
his head all the time," said 
Crenshaw, 27. "It's hard not 
to make the mistakes, the 
mental mistakes. That 
comes with maturity and ex¬ 
perience." 

Crynshaw, long noted as 
one of golf's finest putters, 
scored three of his five 
birdies on putts in the 15-20 
fool range. He came out of a 
greenside bunker to about a 
foot for birdie-four on the 
second hole and lofted a two- 
iron shot to within five feet 
on the ninth for another. 

His two bogeys, on the first 
and 17th, came after he 
missed the greens, 

Watson played the front 


side three-over par. All three 
bogeys were the result of tee 
shots that drifted to the 
right. He made a couple of 
12 -foot birdie putts oh the 
back nine but took another 
bogey after missing the 13th 
green. 

“My driving wasn’t nearly 
as good as the day before," 
he said, “but I did manage to 
make a lot of good par-sav¬ 
ing putts." 


Ben Crenshaw 
Jav Haas 
David Graham 
Rex Caldwell 
Bruce Lietzke 
Jerry Pate 
Tom Watson 
Alan Tapie 
Ron Streck 
Leonard Thomson 
Oon January 
Hubert Green 
Graham Marsh 
Artie McNickle 
Rod Funseth 
Jimmy Wright 
Gibbv Gilbert 
Lee Elder 
Jim Dent 
Bill Rogers 
Gary Koch 
Jim Masserio . 
Kermlt Zarlev 
Gene Llttler 
Jerrv McGee 
Gary Player . 
Frank Conner 
Chi Chi Rodriguez 
Lou Graham 
Lee Trevino 
Mark McCumber 
Howard Twittv 
Austin Straub 
Dave Barber 
Keith Fergus 
Jim Simons 
Dean Retram 
John Schroeder 
Peter Jacobsen 
Rod Curl 
Rocky Thompson 
Sam Snead 
Ray Floyd 
Mark Hayes 
Tom Kite 
Bob Mann 
Lvnn Janson 
Bob Gilder 
Ed Sneed 
Barry Jaeckel 


69-67—T36 
66-69—137 
69-68—137 

67 70—137 
69-69—1)8 
69-69-138 
66-72-138 
73-65—138 

68 71-139 
72-63-139 
69-70-139 

69 70-139 
69-70—139 

69- 70-139 

70- 69-139 

72- 69-141 
69 72-141 
70-71—141 
70-72—142 

70- 72-142 

71- 71—142 
69 73-142 

73- 69—142 
71-71—142 
73-69—142 
73-70-143 

70- 73-143 

71- 75-143 

69- 74-143 

70- 73-143 
7568-143 
70-73-143 

73 70—143 

74 69-143 

73- 70-143 
7668-144 

75 69-144 

72- 72-144 

70- 74-144 
72-72-144 
72 72-144 
7371—144 

74- 70-144 

71- 73—144 
72 72-144 
71 73—144 
7371-144 
7371-144 
77 67-144 
71-73—144 



Nancy extends lead 
in European tourney 


Crenshaw 

.. . maybe this time 

Norman tops 

BRAMPTON, Ont. (CP) — 
Moe Norman of Gilford, 
Ont., won his first senior golf 
title in record time Friday as 
he shot his third consecutive 
71 to capture the Canadian 
title less than a month after 
qualifying for the tourna¬ 
ment by turning 50. 

Norman took the $1,000 
first-prize money by finish¬ 
ing two strokes ahead of Al 
Balding of Woodbrldge, 
Ont., who also closed with a 
one-under-par 71 to finih at 
215, good for $750. 

In third place was defend¬ 
ing champion Bill Kozak of 
Welland, Ont., with a 76 for 
219. 


SUNNINGDALE, England 
(AP) — Nancy Lopez birdied 
the last three holes for a 
five-under-par 69 Friday and 
extended her lead to three 
strokes midway through the 
.$100,000 LPGA European 
Open golf championship. 

Torrential rain slowed 
down play and halted it alto¬ 
gether for a half-hour at 
noon. 

Lopez took more than five 
hours to navigate the 6,174- 
yard, par-74 course as she 
compiled a 36-hole total of 
137, 11 under par. 

“It was my longest day of 
golf,” she said. 

Joyce Kazmierski, who 
has never won a tournament 
in 10 years on the pro circuit, 
was next at 71—140. Mardell 
Wilkins was one stroke back 
at 71—141, followed by Mick¬ 
ey Walker of Britain at 70— 
142 and Sally Little of South 
Africa at 71— 143. 

The most spectacular 
burst came from Alice Ritz- 
man, who eagled three par-5 
holes on the inward nine. She 
played the other 15 holes in 
par for a 68. But a bad first 
round kept her total at 148, 
well down the list. 

Susie McAllister also shot 


some staHling golf but suf¬ 
fered from her first round 
and aggregated 152. McAl¬ 
lister birdied seven holes out 
of eight in a run starting on 
the ninth and finished with a 
70. 

Former Oakville, Ont., 
resident Sandra Post was 
also at 152, adding a 75 to her 
opening 77. 

Lopez began the day six 
under par and added two 
more birdies before the rain 
upset her concentration at 
the seventh green, where she 
missed from six feet and 
dropped a stroke. 

She birdied the ninth but 
missed from seven feet and 
bogeyed when the rain 
caught up with her again at 
the 11th. Lopez birdied the 
12th and 14th, bogeyed the 


Additional sport 
P. 10, 11,14, 15 


15th and then closed with her 
three-birdie string. 

Kazmierski was only two 
strobes behind after a birdie 
at the 16th, but she put her 
second shot at the 17th into a 
sand trap, blasted out short 
and missed a 20-foot putt to 
take a bogey-5. 


Nancv Lopez 
Joyce Kazmierski 
Mardell Wilkins 
Mickey Walker 
Sally Little 
Donna Young 
Pat Bradley 
Beth Daniel 
Debbie Massev 
Shelley Hamllln 
Mary Dwyer 
Janet Coles 
Barbara Helbig 
Alice Rltzman 
Murle Breer 
Peogy Conley 
Dot Germain 
Judy Rankin 
Donna White 
Sandra Palmer «• 
Christina Artasona 
Bonnie Bryant 
Silvia Bertolacclnl 
Jerllyn Britz 
Lori Garbacz 
Gail Tousehin 
Marta Dotti 
Sandra Post 


68- 69—137 

69- 71—140 

70- 71—141 

72 70—142 

72- 71-143 
* 77-68—145 

73- 72—145 

73 73—146 
72-74—146 . 

74- 73—147 
72 76-146 

74- 74—148 

76- 72-148 
80-68—148 
72-76—148 

75- 74—149 

77- 72—149 , 

76- 73—149 

77- 72—149 
72-77—149 
74-76-150 
79-71—150 
77-73-150 

71- 79—150 
79-71—150 
72 78-150 
77-73—150 
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14 THE COLONIST, Sat., August t, 1979 


SPORTS 


Exhibition Park racing 


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First— 12,600, claiming. 3 year olds, 4V» 
furlongs 

Star Hunter (Krasner) 43.50 1? 20 5.60 
Nance A Betti (Stein) . 3 30 2.70 

Little Jane O. (Wolskl) 3 40 

Time: 1:20 3-5 

Spirit Taik. Senorita Victoria, Love Lea 
Rhapsody. Fleeter Skeeler. Potent Pack. 
Special Me. Malority Gal also ran. 

Second-43^00,claiming,3yearolds,4' i 
furlongs 

Fleet Cop (Carrasco) 9.60 5.60 2.90 
Billy Crash Cradle (Williams) 7.SO 2 80 
Dot's Lad (Johnson) 2 30 

Time. 1:19 2-5 Daily Double: $209.90 
Quinella $37.10 

Gail's Punch, Island Pride. No Bidder. 
Brigadier Ted. Mr Bushman also ran. 

Third — $2,600, claiming, 2 year olds, 6 
furlongs 

Cindy's Back (Johnson) 7.20 3.40 2.80 
Foxy Lookin' (A. Smith) 3 00 2 50 
Command Touch (Creighton > 5 20 

Time 1:15 Quinella $9 60 
Crimson Shot, Hasty Judge, Successful 
Deal, Bonnie Premier. Neuka, Lady Cas¬ 
sandra alsoran. Track scratch: Whisper¬ 
ing Sal 

Fourth—$2,600,claiming,3yearoldsand 
up, i'y furtangs 

Bonnie Lois (Carter) 19.40 12.50 7.10 
Empress Dee (Carrasco) 4.00 3.10 
Cotton Kacy (Loseth) 6 70 

Time: 1:201 5 Exactor: $152.50 
Miracle Love, Gay Debbie. Touch Me 
Knot, Allez Miss, Karls Shadow, Sail 
Happy. Majormagicette also ran. 

Fifth— $3,200. claiming, 3 year olds, 6’ i 
furlongs 

Jet Sailor (Creighton) 8.90 3.70100 
Concilllator (Cuthbertson) 3.30 2 60 

Gamorano (Loseth) 2.90 

Time: 1:18 3-5 Exactor: $28 10 
Coureur Temeraire. Bullet Man. One 
Last Favor, Duper. Tuff Terrific also 
ran. 

Si ith — $4,500, claiming, 3 year olds and 
up, l 1 * miles 

Talk On (Frazier) 7.10 3 60 2 70 

Alder Bug (Williams) 5.70 3.70 

Prince Cactus (Loseth) 3.40 

Time 1:51 2-5. Exactor: $41.00 
Reformed, Blue Gravy also ran. 


Seventh — $5,700, claiming, 3 year olds 
and up, 4Vj furlongs 

Halleluiah PI. (Carrasco) 5.20 3.10 2.90 
B Don B. (Williams) 6.40 3.20 

Lord Hubert (Johnson) 2.70 

Time: 1:17. Exactor: $37.60 
Never Charge's Jr., Wily Will also 
ran. 

Eighth—&S4M,claimlng,3yearolds,4' * 
furlongs 

Power Cell (Krasner) 6.90 3.70 2 60 

Order Of Command (Creighton)7.70 3 40 
Better Business (Carrasco) 2.90 

Time: 1:17. Exactor: $57.90 
ChrisCommander. worthy Kid, Victori¬ 
ous Runner. C. Leave also ran 

Ninth—$l4,7S0,allowancestakes,2year 
olds, 4Vy furlongs 

Never Wood (Q. Smith) 4.30 3.80 3.20 
Proper O'Gation (Skinner) 7.70 5.90 

Without Preludlce (Crelohton) 7.50 

Time: 1:18 4-5 Exactor: $44.60 
Willies Hero. Game Cookie. Mountain 
Trail.RhondaLane.BlueNlki.Salty Susie. 
Pagan Flame, Continual Rain also ran. 

Tenth—$2,900,claiming,Syearoldt, 11 
16 miles 

Amber Pine (Loseth) 22.00 11.80 7.10 
Italiano (Creighton) 15.706 00 

Mon Petite Choux (Johnson) 2,70 

Time 1 46 2 5 Quinella $164 40 
Make Mine Roses, Flyino Page, Hip 
Patch, Regal Rhythm, Dark Songster, 
Coaltown Babe also ran 
Handle: $1,129,836. Attendance 10,293 


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FINANCE 


See our customer services manager, Ruse Lang for On-the-spot GMAC 
Financing available at bank rataa on approved credit. 


Entries 

First — $2,700, claiming, 3 and 4 
year olds, 1 Ml mites 

Little Richard (Cuth'n) 

Plmsham (Frazier) 

Winning Darkness (Bray) 

Clays Road (Johnson) 

Solid Rvthm (Williams) 

Sir Camalot (Owen) 

April Will (Carrasco) 

Antique Coin (Krasner) 

Caddies Desire (no rider) 

Low Nickers (Wilkinson) 

Also eligible: 

Cool Artie (Carrasco) 


Second — $3,000, claiming, J- year- 
olds, furlongs 

Sberr's Gal (Johnson) no 

Rising Genie (Carrasco) 110 

Miss Almerla (Krasner) 108 

Donna Mac (Frazier) HI 

Loving Call (Loseth) 108 

Pass The Wire (J. Mena) 108 

Sly Gesture (Creighton) 110 

Dream Disturber (Wilkinson) 108 

Banana Puddln (Blllodeau) 108 

Nushles Champion (Watson) 108 

Also eligible: 

Call Me (Loseth) no 

Third — $4,500, allowance, 2 vear- 


old*, 6 furlong* 


Police inspector (Skinner) 

IIS 

Louis Martini (Johnson) 

115 

Pat’s Hurrah (M. Mena) 

no 

Eyelid (Bray) 

115 

Light Olympia (Williams) 

120 

instant Command (Wilk'n) 

113 

No Ivces (Krasner) 

115 

Fourth — $2,&00, claiming. 

$vear 

olds, 4*n furlongs 


Fitz and Starts (Williams) 

118 

Island Jade (Smith) 

118 

Agha's Talent (Bilodeau) 

113 

Address The Nation (Gold) 

118 

Pitt Lake (J. Mena) 

118 

Jim Fu (Frazier) 

1)8 

Finnedora (Skinner) 

118 

Jumpin Spider (Johnson) 

118 

Jest A Streaking (Creigh'n) 

113 

Gleaming Sea (Loseth) 

118 

Also eligible: 


Traction (Krasner) 

118 


Fifth — $3,200, claiming, 3-year 
olds and up, 4' j furlongs 
Tempting Ticket (Skinner) 117 

Proserpine (Williams) 120 

Sheba Baby (Bilodeau) 107 

PocoC. (Wilkinson) 107 

Sweet And Discrete (Loseth) 117 

Chery's Capri (Smith) 112 

Prairie Scooter (J. Mena) 117 

Tenelfa (Krasner) 112 

Hazeftnere Lady (Creighton) 112 

Marilyn K (Johnson) 117 

Also eligible 

Magic Sherry (Krasner) 114 

Sixth — $3,500, claiming, lyear 


olds and up, 4V» furlongs 


Mr Bradley (no rider) 

114 

Off The Pace (M Mena) 

116 

Citizen's Award (Krasner) 

117 

Balsam Leal (Loseth) 

Bov Dancer (Smith! 

114 

116 

Ticket Count (Wltkinson) 

109 

Buddy Lea (Carter) 

Ocean Park (Carrasco) 

114 

116 

Little Rogue (J. Mena) 

119 

Jet Castle (no rider) 

114 

Also eligible: 


Strong Dancer (Creighton) 

114 

Seventh — $4,640, claiming. 

3-year- 

olds and up, 1 l 16 miles 


Partisipactlon (Krasner) 

113 

Lord Occo (Smith) 

117 

Bruces Jungle (Johnson) 

113 

Pickle Pie (J. Mona) 

113 

River of lce (Brav) 

113 

Marine Driver (Williams) 

116 

Sai Kildav (Carrasco) 

116 

Blue Sabre (Owen) 

1)0 

Eighth — $5,700, allowance, 

3 year- 

olds, \ 116 miles 


Holly Oily (Skinner) 

113 

Brandy's Belter (Krasher) 

113 

Cinder's Shadow (Williams) 

111 

Willies Dancer (M, Mena) 
Mystical Power (Smith) ' 

113 

113 

Lunch Break (Johnson) 

.H5 

impressive Ann (Creighton) 

108 

Locknory (Loseth) 

113 

Kapakahi (Carrasco) 

118 

Dela Sail (J. Mena) 

113 


Ninth — $13,500. handicap, 3-year- 
olds and up, 1 $-.14 miles 
Skovinsky (Williams) 118 / 

Ray's Pride (Johnson) 117 

Choco Mendaris (Stein) 109 

Harpoon (Creighton) 120 

Five Star General (Cuth'n) 117 

Tenth — $3,100, claiming, 3-year 
olds and up, 1 H miles 

Perky Imp (Smith) 111 

Elite's Bov (Johnson) 114 

Pet Theory (Krasner) 116 

Paca (Carrasco) 117 

Moving To Metric (Creighton) 107 
On The Aisle (Frazier) 116 

Dandy Lea (Owen) 112 

Crafty Crusader (Bray) 116 

Devil Darren (J. Mena) 113 


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competitive rates on cars, trucks or vans. 

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-Nina bests-i 
Wendy 
then loses 

OTTAWA — Defending 
champion Marjorie 
Blackwood of Ottawa and 
veteran Lisa Senn of To- 
ronlo battled their way to 
the women’s singles final 
of the Canadian tennis 
championships. 

Blackwood disposed of 
Nicole Marois of Quebec- 
City 7-5, fi-0 in one semi¬ 
final while Senn battled 
to a 7-5,7-5 win over Nina 
Bland of Victoria. Bland 
reached the semis with a 
4-6, 6-4, 6-1 win over 
Wendy Barlow, also of 
Victoria. 

Dale Power of Ottawa 
and Toronto's Derek 
Segal reached the men’s 
final. Power upset de¬ 
fending champion Harry 
Fritz and Segal trimmed 
Martin Wostenholme of 
Ottawa. 

In doubles' finals Nick 
Mohtadi and Paul O'Don- 
oghue of Calgary face Ot¬ 
tawa’s Power and James 
Boyce. Karen Lewis of 
London, Ont., and Barlow 
play Blackwood and 
Senn. 


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Summer Games results 


TRACK AND FIELD 
Boys 3,000 metre*: 1. Alan 
Schroeder, Aldergrove; 2. Bruce Fu 
geta, Penticton; 3. Ken Timewell, 
Coquitlam. Time —9:24.7. 

Girls 3,000 metres: 1. Tania Gleave, 
West Vancouver; 2. Carol Montgom 
ery. North Vancouver; 3. Carolyn 
Daubeny, Delta. Time — 10:31.2. 

Boys High Jump: 1. Steve Waines, 
Aldergrove; 2. Marc Llllev, Kimber 
ley; 3. Calvin Charlton, Campbell 
River. Height — 1.80 m. 

Boys Hammer Throw 1 Les Szoke, 
Aldergrove; 2. Tlbor Palatinus. Van 
couver; 3. Terry McDonald, Powell 
River. Distance —45.18 m. 

Bovs Pole Vault: 1. Don Ball, Vic 
toria, 2. Brent Benedict, Duncan. 3. 
Bruce Douolas, Kamloops. Height — 
3.04 m. 

Girls Javelin: 1. Stephanie Cham¬ 
berlain, Nanaimo; 2. Ermlnla Russo. 
Kelowna; 3. Teresa McPhee, Powell 
River. Distance — 39.58 m. 

Girls Long Jump: 1. Kim Hlady, 
Chemainus: 2. Diane Malenstyn, 
Delta; 3. Arnese Lucks, Vancouver. 
Distance — 5.02 m. 

WHEELCHAIR SPORTS 
Men's 60 metres: l. Norman Haw, 
Vancouver; 2. Gary Birch, Mill Bay; 
3. Ken Bartel, Surrey. Time — 18.8. 

Men's 200 metres: 1. Norman Haw, 
Vancouver; 2. Dennis Cherenko, Sur¬ 
rey; 3. Gary Birch, Mill Bay. Time — 
66.4. 

SYNCHRONIZED SWIMMING 
Girls 13-14, Solos: 1. K$thy Glen, 
Port Moody; 2. Linda Jacklye, Co¬ 
quitlam,* 3. Samantha Wilks, Coquit¬ 
lam. 

Girls, IS and over, Solos l. Andrea 
McCallum. Vancouver; 2. Peggy 


Pro soccer 


Monteith, Campbell River; 3. Pauline 
Glascow, Campbell River. Score 61. 

Girls Novice Teams: 1 Catherine 
Duff, Jennifer Duff, Colleen Houri- 
gan, Sandy Vantol, Burnaby; 2. Van 
couver; 3. Campbell River. Score 
47.166. 

Girl* Novice Duet: 1. Colleen 
Hourigan, Paula Skelton, Burnaby; 2. 
Burnaby; 3. Vancouver. Score 45.66. 

SWIMMING 

Girl*. 13 14, 20dm Freestyle: 1. 
Elizabeth Williams, Richmond; 2. 
Frances Coopman, Surrey; 3. Kim 
Davidson, Prince George. Time 
2:23.2. 


Girl*, IS-17,200m Freestyle: 1. Liza 
Lamb, North Vancouver; 2. Karen 
Rainey, Mill Bay; 3. Tina Hoeben, 
Summerland. Time 2:21.3. 

Girls, 14-15, 200m Individual Med 
ley:.l. Ann Marie Feeley, Quesnel. ? 
Ann Newton, Richmond; 3. Lori Gla 
commato, Burnaby. Time 2:46 4. 

Boys, 15-17, 200m Freestyle: 1. 
Larry Lande. Surrey; 2. Joseph Lee, 
Vancouver; 3. Alan Martin, Delta. 
Time 2:14.0. 


Story on Page 11. 


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THE NAME GAME 

Rules and Procedures 

Object of "Th* Nam« Game : To become eligible lor prize 
drawings by matching letters of the alphabet, published in the 
Victoria Time* and The Daily Coioniet. with the letter* in your 
name. Each game starts with a Saturday Times and ends in the 
Sunday Colonist two weeks later. The official entry form wiN be 
published every day. All members of a family may play. There la 
no age limit. You may enter more than once but only one entry per 
envelope may be submitted. At each game ends, you are invited 
to play the next game. 

1. Using the official entry form or a reasonably hand-drawn 
facsimile (no mechanically reproduced forms accepted), start at 
the upper left hand comer and print your name continuously, one 
letter In each square, until ad the square* are filled in. (For 
example, if your name is John Anderson, Sample 1 shows how to 
fin out your entry form.) Do not include punctuation. 

Use your legal name, in a form which can be verified on your 
driver s licence, social security card or other official identifica¬ 
tion. You may use various forms ot your first name (e.g. John. 
Jonathan or John S.). as Jong as your identity cah be verified. No 
nicknames, please. 

2. Latter* for th* Name Game will be published as follows: 4 
Jetters Saturday Times and Sunday Colonist and 3 letter* daily 
When en official letter matches one in your diagram, circle it on 
your entry. That letter may appear in more than one square on 
your diagram, but you may circle only one such letter (of your 
choice) each time. Since individual letters are selected at random, 
they may appear more than once — even on the same day. You 
may circle on* such letter aa many times as that letter is 
published. The same letters will be published in the Victoria Timet 
and The Daily Colonist, but may only be used once in any one 
entry. 

3. When you match enough letters to complete one row 
on your diagram — horizontal, vertical or diagonal (corner to 
comer), as in Sample 2, you are eligible for the prize drawings 
for that game. Drawings for 15 prizes will be held every other 
week for 10 weak*. At each drawing 1500 goes to the first name 
drawn, $100 to the next —.450 each to the next 3, and S25 tor 
the last 10 — (Winners must answer * time-limited skid-testing 
question before collecting prize*.) All name* drawn will be 
returned to the drum for the grand prize drawing. 

4. Mail your completed entry form to: The Name Game^ 
Victoria Press, P.O. Box 1390. Victoria, B.C. V8W 3C4; post 
marked no later than th* Monday following the end of that 
game. Completed entries may also be delivered, in a sealed 
envelope, to Victoria Press, no later than Tuesday, the following 
day. The game number (such as Game 1\ Game 2'. etc.) must 
appear at the lower left-hand comer of the envelope. 

5. AH entries will be placed In a container and the winning entries 
will be drawn at random. Winners wtd be announced in the 
Colonist and Timas on the Friday following the close of each 
game. Th* odds of winning wtd depend on the number of eligible 
entries received. 

6. It is not necessary to. buy the Times or Colonist to 
participate. Copies of the newspaper may be inspected free of 
charge at the newspaper's offices during regular business hours. 
Sorry, official letters will not be given Over the phone. 

7. Employees of the newspapers and members ot their immediate 
families are not eligible to participate. Unclaimed or invalidly 
claimed prizes will be donated to a recognized charity at the dote 
of the contest. 

8. Winners agree to allow publication of their’namas. pictures and 
publicity in the Times and Colonist without additional consider¬ 
ation. Submisaion of an entry indicates acceptance of all game 
rules. 

9. Decisions of Victoria Press judges in all matter! relating 
to tha The Name Game will be final. 


OFFICIAL ENTRY FORM BELOW! 

M,or 

IN CASH PRIZES 
EVERY OTHER 
WEEK! 


GRAND PRIZE 
TRIP FOR TWO TO 
■ HAWAII, By Wardair 


The object ie to match the official letters published every 
day with the lettere In the grid which you have tilled in 
with your name (see templet 1 and 2). When you have 
circled a row ot lettere acroea. vertically, or diagonally 
either way. send your entry in tor the bi-weetcly draw tor 
cash prizes. You may aubmit aa many entries sa you with 
per game, but each must be in a separata envelope. 


LETTERS FOR TODAY, 
GAME NO. 3 ONLY 

B R K 

Final Letters Tomorrow for Game No. 3 


IMPORTANT! 

IN ORDER TO BE ELIGIBLE, 
YOUR ENTRY MUST COMPLY 
WITH RULE NO. 2 


SAMPLE 1 


SAMPLE 2 


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Presentation of The Name Game hat been authorized by the 
copyright owner. 

(c) 1975, 1976 —Ken Hecht ‘ 

(c) Under UCC — 1975, 1976 — Ken Hecht 
International Copyright Secured. 

All rights reserved. 


OFFICIAL ENTRY FORM 

MAIL TO: ' |£!l 

The Name Game, NU. 

Victoria Press, 

P.O. Box 1390, 

Victoria, B.C. V8W 3C4 g) 

Postmark Deadline, Tuesday, August 7 

Game number mutt appear on lower left 
corner ot envelope. 


NAME... 

ADDRESS . 

CITY.POSTAL CODE. 

HOME PHONE...... 

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SPORTS 


THE COLONIST, Sat., August 4, 1979 15 


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Colonist handicap 

SANDOWN PARK 


SATURDAY. AUG. 4 
Post lime — 1:30 p.m. 

FIRST — One mile pace Purse 
*800 

l Dianes Man (Mohorich) 

8, Stormys Journey (Armstrong) 

'6 High Morning (Graham) 

-2. Sudsev Dudsey (Bouvier) 

J, Sharkey he Great (Stymest) 

1. Senator Mile (Glen) 

S Game Gent (Linford) 

/. Loki (Jungquist) 

SECOND — One mile pace. Purse 
S8O0. claiming. 

2. Doc The Dauber (Tonkin) 

Ruby Khan (Armstrong) 
Pittsburgh (Hudon) 

t Phantom Dancer (Urquhart) 

Joes Premiere (Tutlv) 

Assinboia Brave (Rankin) 

Meadow Jacob (Wallace) 

Tara La Belle (Smith) 

THIRD — One mile pace. Purse 

Battle Chips (Urquhart) 

Spunkey pale (Hudon) 

• Quiet Maiority (Eaton) 

Got To Be (Jungquist) 

SnipSeftor (Armstrong) I 
Clauds Town (Linton) 

Ceeiay Hathy (Wiseman) 

Auburn Tiger (Guest) 

. FOURTH — One mile pace. Purse 
S800 

1 Dusty Counsellor (Arsenault) 

-2 Need Kash (G. H'worth) 

■ '$. Senga Scarlett (Mohorich) 

'4 Armoured Express (Linion) 

J Beaver Cash (Stymest) 

S6 Bay Mark (D. Sibiga) 

Rays Golden Patch 
/ (M. Armstrong) 

Lady Fort (Glen) 

.1 Also eligible: 

Ray (Linford) 

|6odale (G. H'worth) 

FIFTH — One mile pace. Purse 
,900 

. Ardens BreM Dryden) 

Set The Mood (J. H'worth) 
Holridge Emily (Arsenault) 

7 B.C. Canada (Bouvier) 

Bethany Pegasus (Ericsson) 
Plucky Dauber (Armstrong) 


4 Senga Queenhopc (Mohorich) 

5. Smokin Ellen (Burke) 

SIXTH — One mile pace. Purse 
SI0O0. 

5. Kalamea Edie (Bouvier) 

8 Casper Counsel (Jungquisl) 

4. Senga Lark (Hudon), 

3. North Ridge (Mohorich) 

l. Penny Sue (Tonkin) 

2-. Irish Flame (Hill) 

6 Handle Carefully (Arsenault) 

7. Holridge Caoer (Stymest) 

SEVEN f H — One mile pace. Purse- 

SUM. 

1. Bold Design (Hudon) 

6. Irish Stadt (Jungquist) 

3. Rosies Posey (Coleman) 

5. Miss Hazel (Bouvier) 

2. Chippewa Prince (Linford). 

4. Khan Hit (Linton) 

EIGHTH — One mile pace. Purse 
$1050 

8. Spindrift Two (Hudon) 

6. Gingers Dusty (Ericsson) 

1. Montev Bloom (Bouvier) 

4. Noble Metre (Urquhart) 

2. Melody Wave (Burke) 

3. Jocko Tomahawk (Dryden) 

5. Nevele Solicitor (Galbraith) 

7. Come Back Oue (Jungquist) 

NINTH — One mile pace, $1,800, 
Invitational. 

1. Etawah Hank (PP2) (Linton) 

3. Andys Peyton (PP3) (Marks) 

2 B.C. Classy (PPl) (Ferguson) 

1A Senga Decker (PP5) 

(G H'worth) 

4. Maple Hills Smokey (PP4) 

(J. Mohorich) 

TENTH — One mile pace. Purse 
$950 

8. Matsqui Miss (Galbraith) 

8. Callaghan (G. H'worth) 

2. Antique Adios (Hudon) 

3. Dobbie Joe (McDote) 

1. Senga Gaylord (Rankin) 

. 4 . Sandv Pick (Coleman i 

5. Holridge Bryan (Smith) 

7. Senga Rachel (Urquhart) 

Also eligible: 

Rocket Dale (Jungquist) 

First four in order of selection, rest 
in post order 


~\ Hudon closes in on Linton 
despite three-victory night 


B.C. team golf tests 
resume here today 


BY JIM TAN(, 

Keith Linton ha.s more 
than twice as many victories 
as the neat in line at San- 
down Raceway but he is in a 
neek-and neek battle with 
keen rival Joe Hudon for 
meet driving honors, and ac¬ 
tually lost ground Friday 
night although he had three 
wins and a place and show 
finish in his seven drives. 

Hudon, sidelined for a long 
stretch with a broken leg and 
driving with a cast, moved 
within two percentage points 
with two victories and a 
place finish. 

Seeking to become the 
first Western Canada driver 
to register 300 wins In a year, 
Linton boosted his Sandown 
total to 60 and neared 180 for 
the year. 

He finally got Bee Bee 
Brook into the winners’ 
circle, took the evening’s top 
two events with Dustys Mon¬ 
arch and Satin Satan, just 
missed with Cheyenne Mo¬ 
hawk and wasn't too far 
away with third-place Car¬ 
lisles King in his seventh 
drive. 


It boosted his Universal 
Driver Rating percentage to 
.436, but Hudon, who has 30 
wins in his 71 chances, drove 
only four times and pushed 
his UDR percentage to .434. 

Hudon’s second win of the 
evening, came handling the 
reins for Governors Star 
Boy, which won its first eight 
Sandown starts while Hudon 
was unable to drive and then 
had its win streak broken 
with Linton at the controls. 

Now only one win away 
from the record 10 scored 
last year by Dobbie Joe, 
Governors Star Boy broke on 
top. held off the challenging 
Buck N, and was in the clear 
at the finish alth’ough Flight 
Stream, getting through on 
the rail, and Dustys Bomber, 
were closing ground at the 
finish. 

Satin Satan, which made 
its Sandown debut a week 
earlier with a front-running 
2:03, repeated against a 
slightly better field in 3:04, 
holding off Babrow and 
Ardens Perry in the first 
three quarters and having 


Alberta entrant wins again 


Dwight Manning of Ed 
nionton Keyanos grabbed his 
lltird gold medal of the na- 
i fynal. Division II sw im 
championships Friday night 
at Crystal Pool. 


But, at least from a Van¬ 
couver Island point of view, 
the night belonged to the 
Victoria Amateur Swim 
Club’s men's relay team. 
They didn’t win. But thev 


Colwood closes gap 


Royal Colwood swept a se¬ 
ries with Cedar Hill on Fri¬ 
day to dose in on first place 
in the Victoria Seniors Golf 
League. 

With two weeks remaining 
in the season, the Colwood 
team trails first-place Vic¬ 
toria by one-and-a-half 
points. Victoria split its se¬ 
ries with Gorge Vale 3-3 
while Uplands edged aGlen 
Meadows 3’A-Zii in the other 
match 

Results and standings: 

Cedar Hill 0 at Royal Colwood 6 

George Barnes lost to Ralph Baker, 
John pempsev lost to Fred Dav. Col 
wood won four-ball; Rennev Haynes 


lost to Bill Allen, Ron Mclnnes lost to 
John Fraser, Colwood won four-ball. 

Gorge Vale 3 at Victoria 3 
Al Patterson lost to Ken McNa¬ 
mara, Norm Preston lost to Bob Jern- 
berg, Victoria won four ball;'Fred 
Clairmonte defeated Dick Stokes, Al 
Robertson defeated Lome Rowell, 
Gorge vale won four-ball. 

Uplands 3’ i at Glen Meadows 2’*» 
Peter Shannon defeated Tom Harp¬ 
er, Tom Parker lost to George Town¬ 
send, four ball halved; Eric Ware 
halved with Ken Soles, Alex Brix de¬ 
feated Arch McKcever, Uplands won 
four-ball. 

Pfs 

32 
30Vi 
24h 
20'g 
18Vj 
1® n 


victoria 
Colwood 
uplands 
Gorge Vale 
Cedar Hill 
Glen Meadows 


came close — oh. so close. 

The VASC four. Lawrence 
Wright, Barry Crow, Chris 
Smith,- Eric Bramble, came 
in a mere .33 seconds behind 
the gold-medalists from Ed¬ 
monton Olympians. 

Manning’s third gold came 
in the 400-metre men’s frees¬ 
tyle. on the third night of the 
four-round western cham¬ 
pionships. 

John Vanderboor provided 
more Island glory, capturing 
his second gold medal for 
Juan de Fuca Cohos. 

Vandgrboor outdistanced 
Dan Bernaerdt of Winni¬ 
peg's St. James Seals to win 
the 300-metre backstroke. 

Cheryl Grant of VASC 
nailed down a silver medal. 

VASC's women's relay 
learn of Grant. Shelley Cup- 
page, Andrea Ranson and 
Linda Baxter, placed well 
down in the women's relay. 


with a 12th-place finish. . 

New Westminster Hyacks 
won the race in 4:16.43. 

Results: 

400 freestyle — 1. Dwight Manning, 
Edmonton Keyanos; 2. Geoff Grover, 
Vancouver Pacific; 3. Alan Rowland, 
Regina Dolphins. Time: 4:16.30 
200 backstroke — 1. Manning; 2. 
Dan Bernaerdt, St. James Seals, Win¬ 
nipeg; 3. JimMartinusen, SJS. Time: 
2:17.13. 

200 individual medley — 1. John 
Vanderboor, Juan de Fuca Cohos; 2. 
Bernaerdt; 3. Jeff Beatty. Regina 
Dolphins. Time: 2:19.10. 

100 freestyle relay — 1 Edmonton 
Olympians; 2. Victoria Amateur 
Swim Club; 3. Vancouver Dolphins. 
Time: 3:53.75. 

WOMEN 

400 freestyle — 1. Sandy Honour. 
Regina, 2. Cheryl Grant, VASC, 3. 
Julie Derby, Moose Jaw Flying Fins. 
Time 4:33.25 

200 backstroke - 1. Beth May, Cal 
qaryCascades; 2. Donna Ireland, Cal¬ 
gary Patriots; 3 Cori Lyons, New 
Westminster Hyacks. Time 2 30.17 
200 individual medley — 1 Brenda 
Jones, Vancouver Oolphins; 2. Debbie 
Joyce, Cranbrook Tritons, 3. Nicole 
Jordan, Calgary Foothills. Time 
2:33.75. 

100 freestyle relay — 1 Hyack A; 2. 
Edmonton Keyanos, 3. Calgary Foot 
hills. Time. 4:16.43. 


enough left to get to the wire 
ahead of the late-moving 
Holridge Elaine. 

BREAKAGE: Bob Boyd suf¬ 
fered a fractured elbow 
Thursday when Master 
Charge went down in the 
eighth rat e qnd isn’t likely to 
drive again aCSandown this 
year...there were two more 
claims Friday, Grant Hol¬ 
lingsworth taking Brenna 
Dauber for $3,000 and John 
Glen putting up $3,500 to add 
Carlisles King to his stable. 


First — Purse UOO, 1 mile pace. 
Condition 10 

Chi Chi Mac (MacMillan) 

3.70 3.90 3.20 

Bruiser Lad (C. Sibiga) 5.40 5.20 

Dixy Yankee (Dryden) 4.70 

Time: 2:09 4/5. Exactor S 4 1 
$39.90. 

Duke's Dolly. Mr Bartender, Erin 
Shanahan, Starland Express also ran. 
Northern Shadow scratched. 

Second — $100, l mile pace 4 trot. 
Claiming price $2000 

Bee Bee Brook (Lirtton) 

9.50 4.10 2.60 

Michael's Derby (Arsenault) 

3.60 2.70 

Dante Tiger (Linford) 3.20 

Time. 2:09 1/5. Exactor 4 & 6 
$29.90. 

Dominion Duke. Clavbrook Barry. 
Todd's Choice, Spang Time, Over Flo 
also ran. 

Third — $800, l mile pace 4 trot. 
Claiming price $2000 

Charlie's Aunt (Guest) 

45.30 12.10 4.10 
Cheyenne Mohawk (Linton) 

2.50 2.20 

Irish Oietsol (Hill) 3.00 

Time: 2:09. Exactor 8 4 1 $163.40 

Senga Norouav, Idyl Tass, Andy's 
Buzzer. Baroness Love. Holridge Da 
kota also ran. Charms All 
scratched. 

Fourth — $800, 1 mile pace. Claim 
mg price $2000 

Banner Dundee (Hudon) 

4.00 2.60 2.70 

Outasight Swede (Wiseman) 

4.10 4.20 

Holridge Cindy (Hodson) 6.30 

Time: 2:07 4/5. Exactor 5 4 l 

$17 10 . 

Nechako Chris, Bert Express. Tim 
ber Bill, High Morale N, Eagle Star 
also ran. 

Fifth — $850,1 mile pace. Claiming 
price $2500 

•Pegassus Becky (Linford) 

4.90 4.40 3.70 

•Ensign Win (Stymest) 

3.50 3.80 2.40 

Hotline Annie (C. Sibiga) 4.10 

•Dead heat for first. 


SANDOWN RACES 
BUS 

PH0M 656-3012 f0« SCHEDULE 
CONMAC STAGE UKES 
Air-conditioned Charter Busea 


Time: 2:072/5. Exactor 142 $17.30; 
Exactor 2 4 1 $14.88 * 

Brenna Dauber. Worthy DA. 
Senga Suntan. Dilly Jim. Flame 
Comet also ran. 

Sixth—$1200,1 mile pace. Claiming 
price $7000 to $8000 

Governor's Star Bov (Hudon) 

4.50 3.60 2.40 

Flight Stream (Mohorich) 4.20 2 90 
Dustv's Bomber (Guest) 2.70 

Time: 2:06 3/5. Exactor 1 4 4 
$20.60. 

Baron Romero, Fort Tilden, Gil 
Counsel, Buck N also ran. Irish Dawn 
scratched. 

S<Lxenth — $1250, l mile pace. 
Clairmhg nrices $9000 to $10,000. 

Dustv's Mor.erch (Linton) 

5.10 2.90 2.10 

Deacon Brodle (Urquhart) 3.20 2.10 
Elegant Star A (J. Hollingsworth) 

2.10 

Time. 2:05 3/5. Exactor (4 4 2) 
$10.60. 

Duogavel Duchess, Jav Dee Ax- 
worthy. Mark Doc also ran. 

Eighth—$1400,1 mile pace. Prefer¬ 
red. 

Satin Satan (Linton) 3rd win 

4.30 2 80 2.50 

Holridge Elaine (J. Hollingsworth) 
3.20 2.70 

Babrow (Armstrong) 2.80 

Time. 2:04. Exactor 1 4 4 $15.00 

Arden's Perry, Irish Splendor 
Delta Duke also ran. 

Ninth — $850,1 mile pace. Claiming 
. price $2500 plus allowances 

Montecristo Chip (Junoquist) 

10.50 6.70 4.40 

Alemite Quill (Hudon) 4.90 2.50 

Carlisle's King (Linton) 2.30 

Time: 2 07 1/5. Exactor 3 4 1 $70. 
Mark Missile, Spreadeagle, O 
Promise Me, Cenalta Storm, Lynn 
Collins also ran 

Attendance 1,207. Mutuel handle 
$83,682. 


Fifty five golfers from 28 
clubs will lee off at Glen 
Meadows this afternoon in 
the first round of the B.C. 
Invitational golf champion¬ 
ship. the final, test for pro¬ 
vincial team hopefuls. 

Doug Roxburgh of Van¬ 
couver Marine Drive heads 
the list of qualifiers from the 
B.C. Amateur at his home 
course last month, with a 282 
total, and Darryl James of 
Kamloops and Brian 
O'Keefe of Vernon head the 
junior qualifiers With 283 
totals. 

The 36-hole Invitational 
continues Sunday at Victoria 
Golf Club with the best 
scores from today's round 
starting things off al 10:30 
a.m. 

After Sunday's round, B.C. 
Golf Association selectors 
will name the four-man Wil- 
lingdon Cup team, the junior 
interprovincial team, the 
Western Canada junior team 
and the Eddie Hogan junior 
team, which will represent 
B.C. in the annual event at 
Portland, Ore. next month. 

Today’s draw: 

Noon — Brian O'Keefe Ver; Grant 
Barnes Kel; Brian DeGirolamo GV. 

12:07 — Doug Roxburgh MD; Lanny 
Sawchuck Up; Kelly Murray MD. 

12:14 — Darryl James Kam; Ken 
Sherstobitotf Cas, Murray Pole BG. 

12:21 — 5teve Berry MD. Dan Ok- 
holm MD; Rick Gibson MD. 

12:28—GlenHeuser Kel; MikeLillv 
PtG; Ken Tannar Cres. 


12:35 - K C. Choo Sh; Brian Lc 
cleslon Sev; Sian Dixon McC 
12:42 — Mark Callan Up; M. Ken 
nedv Sev: Steve Henderson, van 
12:49 - Dick Zokol MD. Kerry 
Gnttner van; Gary Puder Van 
12:56 —Glen Bannister Led; Oavid 
Beiling Sh; Brent Kerr Sev. 

„ 1:03 — Sandy Harper Nan; Harry 
white MD, Rick Blight Van. 

Scott Minni Fr; Bruce Barlow 
RC; Dean Clagoett Kel. 

Brian Wells MG. Keith Westover 
MD; lan Daniel Quil 

Ken Magel Kel. Wayne McRae 
MD. Brian Johnston Rev. 

Dave Douglas Sh, RobLamgPrG. 
Don BudO GG. 

1 38 — Pal McGuire Sev; Ware) 

Stouffer Fr; Cec Stewart MD 

145 - Don Griffiths PIG; John 
Kennedy Sey, Brad Ewart PM 
1:52 — Brian DeBiasio Trail; Bill 
Wilms Rich; Sieve Chapman PrG 
l 59 — Fred Kalo GS; Dave Mick 
RC. 

2:06 —Paul Hams Vic; Neil Crofts 
MD. 

The Original Knight | 

lSOLUNAR tables | 


According to the Solui tar T ables’cdi 
culaled for this area, the best times 
for hunting and fishing for the next Jfc 
hours will be as follows (times shown 

are Pacific Daylight Saving Time) 

Minor Major Minor Major 
A.M. P.M, 

TODAY 

1:50 8::t0 2:20 9:0(1 

TOMORROW 

9:25 3:15 9:55 



2:10 

• Minor periods, shorter duration 
light type 

Major periods, lasting 1 ’ j to 2 hours 
are shown in bold. 


Make every room in your home 

A TROPICAL GARDEN 


— hanging plants 

— cactus 

COME IN 
AND 

BROWSE 

OPEN 94 WEEKDAYS 
9-5 SUNDAYS 


with houseplants ot all kinds 
— vines 
- tropical shrubs 


- flowering plants 
— succulents 



USTEN TO GOOD ADVICE 
FROM HARRY HURN 
SAT. an4 SUN. *41-11:26 i.iti., 1:45-3:36 p.m. on C-FAX 


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16 THE COLONIST, Sat., August 4, 1978 


RELIGION 


TRINITY 

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

2944 TlUicum Road at 
Gorge Shopping Plaza 

The friendly church 
Close to Motels 

11:OOA.M. 

“HOW GREAT 
THOU ART” 

Nurwry Facilities AnUtMs 
Minister: Rev. G. 0. Smith, M.A. 


KNOX 

PRESSYTERMN CHURCH 

2*94 Richmond Road 

A Friendly Church Thel Carn 
Rev. DavkJ A. Smith. B.A. 
10 a.m. 

•*ON THE 
MOVE” 
Nursery Facilitiee 


MORNING WORSHIP 
AUGUST, 10 a.m. 


Visitor* Most Welcome 


St. Andrew’* Presbyterian Churcl 

Downtown — Douglas St. at Broughton Ministry: 

Rev. Bruce Molloy and Mrs. Chrissle Hogg 

11 A.M. and 7 P.M. 

THE REV. BRUCE MOLLOY 
> f at Both Sarvlcas 

U ,, Nursery care at 11 a.m. Service 
! HJ| IS nOOW FeliowvMe/Ceftee Hour in KM HeH 
DROP IN CENTRE, Wed., 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.nv, 943 Broughton 
VISITORS WELCOME 



* NEW TIMES ★ NEW TIMES ★ 


Victoria Baptist Church 

SBC. 


fishers 
of men 


3220 Cedar Hill Rd. 


Bible Study 
9:00 a.m. 
11:25 a.m. 


Rev..Bo Brantley (Nursery Available) 

"We Lover Because He First Loved Us" 


Cedar Hill Community Centre 




Worship 
10 a.m. 
7 p.m. 


Phone 477-S474 
I John 4: It 


Beginning July HI, we are adding a second complete Sunday School 
following the new 10 a.m. Worship Service 


■t 




FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH 

Welcomes you to its 

10 a.m. Christian Education Hour 
11 a.m. Worship Service 
6 p.m. Evening Service 

at Gordon Head Rec. Centre, 1744 Feitham Rd. 
Pastor: Rev. E. Kratofil, B.A., B.D. 477-8478 

Affiliated with the Baptist General Conference 


FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 

Quadra and North Park 
11 A.M. "THE LORD IN OUR MIDST” 

— Communion — 

John A. Watson and Cecil Barner 
Organist and Choir Director: Mr. John Tunstall 



Come and w orahlp at the beautiful 
"Garden Church" In the natural 
woodland setting 

9:30 a.m. and 11 a.m. 

“HOW TO CHANGE YOUR WORLD” 

Norman Archer preaching on 

the book of NEHEMIAH. The message this week describes 
how to maintain personal inner strength to cope with 
outward pressures. 

Full Sunday School Program at both services 


it 


SUNDAY NIGHT AT 7” 

HOW TO LIVE POSITIVELY 


REV. ALLAN Hornby, left, chairman of the B.C. 
organizing committee of the 12th Pentecostal 
world conference, and Rev. Robert Taitinger, 
Canadian host chairman, prepare “red carpet” 
welcome for an expected 18,000 delegates from 
80 nations at the world conference in Vancouver 
Pacific Coliseum and Queen Elizabeth Theatre, 
Oct. 2-7. 




SAANICH COMMUNITY CHURCH 

MENNONITE 

990 Falmouth Road 

11 LM. FAMILY WORSHIP 

Pastor Paul Unger 

477-4387 or 384-8841 


BERACANimE CHURCH 

5550 He meter ty Rd. 
Sunday Services 

10 a.m., 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. 

FOY L. SPIVEY. Pastor 
Independent Fundamental 




PARKDALE 
EVANGELICAL 
FREE CHURCH 

1005 Toimie. 382-7513 

“A Loving Christ... A Caring Community 


9:45 Family S. School 
11.00 Family Worahlp 
5:30 Fellovvahip Supper 
and Communion 

Special Speaker at Both Services 
REV. JOE GALLOP 


VICTORIA ALLIANCE CHURCH 

(Christian and Missionary) 

1712 Townley St.—Pastor H. Orlln C raig—Telephone 512-1821 
(Across from Richmond Elementary School) 

9:45 a.m. Sunday School Hour 
11 a.m. Communion Service 
7 p.m. Service in Beacon Hill Park 
(Toarists come as you are) 


—Earl Kulbeck photo 


Silver Threads events 


Staanid) baptist ©jurtfc 

-la* 5 *? Royal Oak School. Wilkinson Rd Entrance 

10 aja. U 12 N*** FAMILY BIBLE FELLOWSHIP 
7 ml EVENING FELLOWSHIP HOUR 

Pastor: Rev. Ala* Shook. 4790050 


Emmanuel 


BAPTIST CHURCH 

2121 CEDAR HILL CROSSROAD Tel. 592-2418 

Taam Paatora: 

Norman Archer Lloyd Pierce 

Edward Mackay Nall Parker 


VICTORIA 

TUESDAY-FRIDAY—8:30 
am. drop-in, cards, shuffle- 
board, pool, library; 11:30 
lunch. 

MONDAY—B.C. Day holi¬ 
day, open 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., 7 
p.m., whist. 

TUESDAY—9 a.m., rods 
and reels picnic. 

WEDNESDAY-1 pin., 
chess club; 7, whist. 

THURSDAY—11:30 a.m. 
to 1 p.m., health counsel¬ 
ling. 

FRIDAY—1 p.m., dupli¬ 
cate bridge; 1:15, bridge; 7, 
cribbagc. 

SATURDAY-11 a.m.. 
drop-in, cards, shuffleboard, 
pool; 1 p.m., chess club: 1:30, 
whisl; 7, 500 card game. 

SUNDAY—1 to 4 p.m., 
drop-ins. 

Tickets are on sale for a 
trip on the Royal Hudson 
Train and overnight in Van¬ 
couver, Aug. 15 and 16; John¬ 
ston Canyon, Sept. K-14; 
Reno, Sept. 30 to Oct. 6. Day 
tours to Harrison Hot 
Springs, Aug. 2; Mystery, 
Aug. 9; Vancouver, Aug. 16; 
PNE in Vancouver, Aug. 22 
and Aug. 29; Gulf Islands 
Sept. 6. 


ELK LAKE BAPTIST 

The Church by thr lake 
S343 Pal (ay Hwy SS2J67S 
Minuter Emeritus Harry Pike 
Minister |. G A. Barton 
10:10 a.m. 

REV. BENSON |ONfSA'amouver 


WESTERN COMMUNITY BAPTIST CHURCH 
2*12 SOOKE ROAD 

No Sunday Sckool for Sammrr Morning Worship 14 a.m. 
Pastor: Rev. Gordon Patterson, 478-2525 


Douglas St. 
Baptist 

Meeting temporarily at 
1402 Vancouver St. 
Paatora: Reed H. Elley 
W. Jack Bingham 
10:30 A.M. 
"HOUSE 
CLEANING" 

Stud tea in John 8 Go«pe( 
The Lord s Supper 
7 . on P M 

1 THE HOLY SPIRIT 
IN YOU: PEACE 

A friendly Evangelical Church 


BAPTIST CHURCH 

833 PANDORA AVENUE 
PHONE—385-7786 

PASTOR: R. D. HOLMES 

Preaching Christ Crucified, Risen, end Coming Aoeln. 


★ &45 4 11 A.M. Two Similar Services 

DR. BILL SLOAN 

of Yucaipa, California 
Gueat Preacher 

★ 9:50 A.M. FAMILY SCHOOL 

With ADULT ELECTIVE STUDIES 


★ 7 P.M. 

“WHAT I BELIEVE: 
about TEMPTATION” 

Series #4 


• Pastor Holmes Preaching 

• Mrs. Susan Austin. *“ t,s ‘ 

Guest Soloist /l - 


VICTORIA S DOWNTOWN FELLOWSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH 


Victoria 



Church, 
of _ 

he 
Way 


Meeting at 

LEONARDO DA VINCI CENTRE 

IK Bay Street 388-5334 


PRAISE—WORSHIP 
COMMUNION 

10:30 A.M 

Nursery provided 

7:30 P.M. 

INSPIRATION SERVICE 

A NON-DE NOMINATION AL 
CHARISMATIC FELLOWSHIP 


EXECUTIVE PASTOR: MU JOHNS 
A Team Ministry 

PASTOR: ML DOW ROBERTS 
MINISTER: TEB FOUOWS 
EVANGELISTS: DOWLAS KOOV and IRIAN RUUD 
10:30 A.M. JOHN FRANCIS 

A farewell oorvlco ao John and Bernice hove accepted 
the call to Pastor "Church of the Living Word" In Parkevllle. 

7:30 P.M. TBO FOLLOWS 

W ad., 7:30 p.m. Life In the Spirit Seminar, Leonardo 
do Vinci Contra. 

SISTER CHURCHES ON THE ISLAND 
For Information Phone: 

DUNCAN 74*0494 NANAIMO 75*43«1 

PARKSVILLE 44*9897 PORT ALBERNI 723-7130 
CAMPBELL RIVER 287-8973 Of 297-9308 


LUTHER COURT 

SUNDAY—7 p.m. film 
Emily Carr—Growing. 

MONDAY—9:15 a.m. ex¬ 
ercises, 1:30 p.m. liquid em¬ 
broidery. 

TUESDAY—9 a.m. devo¬ 
tions, 9:15 exercises, 10 cur¬ 
rent events, 1:30 p.m. whist 
and crib. 

WEDNESDAY—9 a.m. 
devotions, 9:15 exercises, 

10 current events, 1:30 p.m. 
ceramics, 7 bingo, bridge. 

THURSDAY—9 a.m. de¬ 
votions, 9:15 exercises, 10 
current events, leather 
craft, 1:30 p.m. mixed 
crafts. 

FRIDAY-9 a.m. devo¬ 
tions, 9:15 exercises, 10 cur¬ 
rent events, 1:30 p.m. carpet 
bowls, 7 bridge. 

SATURDAY—7 p.m. sing 
song. 

SIDNEY 

MONDAY-FRIDAY— 
Centre open, cards, library, 
billiards, morning coffee, 
afternoon tea.: 

MONDAY—Centre open 
for drop-ins, 1-4 p.m. 

TUESDAY —10 a.m. 
seranaders practice, paint¬ 
ing, noon lunch; 1. whist. 


painting; 7, shuffleboard and 
night games. 

WEDNESDAY—noon, hot 
dinner; 1 p.m., mah-jong; 
7:00, duplicate bridge. 

THURSDAY—10 a.m., 
carpet bowling; noon, lunch; 

1 p.m. bridge; 7. crib. 

FRIDAY—10 a.m., keep 
fit, senior ceramics, quilt¬ 
ing; 9:30, Dr. Gillis, podia¬ 
trist; noon, lunch; 1:30 p.m.. 
Silver T Bells practice; 2 
p.m., jacko; 7, evening 
cards. 

SATURDAY and SUNDAY 
open for drop-ins. 1-4 p.m. 
6:30, annual barbeque and 
dance. Trip tickets on sale 
Aug. 14, Harrison Hot 
Springs; Aug, 22. PNE trip. 

SAANICH 

TUESDAY-FRIDAY—8:30 
a.m.. billiards, shuffle¬ 
board. pingpong. drop-ins. 

MONDAY—B.C. Day, 
centre closed except for 
bridge, billiards, drop-ins, I- 
t p.m. 

TUESDAY—9 a.m., car 
pet bowling; 11:45, lunch; 1:15 
p.m., progressive whist. 

WEDNESDAY—8 a.m., 
Harrison Hotsprings trip; 
11:45, lunch. 

THURSDAY—9 a.m.. car- 


CHRISTIAN APOSTOLIC 
CHURCH 


GREEK 

Orthodox Church 

OnQNisI Christian Doclrwre 


■ (Russian Synod) 

/TS SUNDAY SERVICE 


"xFor Service Times Contact: 


Rev. Kr. Gleb Jensen 

11.BBA.AA., 

2663 Shat bourn* St.. Victoria 


3801 Cadboro Bay Rd. 

| Phone 477-8892 



PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLIES OF CANADA 


NORTH DOUGLAS PENTECOSTAL TABERNACLE 

Dongle* at C anterbury 
Pastor: Rev. HaroM Pendray 

Visitation: Rev. G. Rowland Youth: Art Henkel 

9:45 A.M. CHRISTIAN EDUCATION HOUR 
11:00 A.M. “THE YIELDED LIFE 
7:00 P.M. “A STRANGE COMBINATION 

Pastor Rowland at Both Services 
—Everyone Welcome — 




CHINESE PENTECOSTAL CHURCH 

800 Princess 

SUNDAY 9:45 a.m. Sunday School 
11:90 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Worship Services 

Prayer — Wed., 7:30 p.m. Youth — Fri„ 7:30 p.m. 


Pastor: Rev Steve Wong 383-3878 


COLWOOD PENTECOSTAL 
CHURCH 


Pastor: D. L. McMillan, 2250 Sooke Road 

10:30 A.M. MORNING SERVICE 

Summer Schedule combined 
Church and Sunday School 

7 p.m. EVENING SERVICE 


plad 1 
idings 


pet bowling; 11:45, lunch; I 
p.m., progessivc bridge; 7 
p.m., bingo, everyone wel¬ 
come, proceeds to furnish¬ 
ings fund. 

FRIDAY—9 a.m., carpet 
bowling (beginners); 11:45, 
lunch; 1:30 p.m., jacko; 7:30, 
progressive whist. 

SATURDAY—1:39 p.m., 
billiards, cribbagc, drop- 
ins. 

Tickets on sale for Alice 
Lake and Brandywine Falls, 
August, 15; PNE, Aug. 22. 

Volunteers needed to drive 
handicapped members to 
and from centre, 382-3151. 
Tea and coffee served daily 
at 10 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. 

ESQUIMAU 

MONDAY—closed for 
holiday. 

TUESDAY—noon, lunch; I 
p.m.. chess; 1:30 p.m., carpet 
bowling. 

WEDNESDAY—noon, hot 
lunch; 1 pirn., whist, drop-in, 
crafts. 

THURSDAY —noon, 
lunch; 1-1:30 p.m., public 
health nurse visit. 

FRIDAY—10 a.m., 
ceramics (Heather Dent 
Studios), carpet bowling; 
noon,lunch. 


OPEN AIR SERVICE 
BEACON HILL PARK 

At Bandshell, Sunday, 7 p.m. 

(Rain or Shine) 

In Charge: Victoria Alliance Church 
with Rev. Paul Unger, Pastor of Saanich Com¬ 
munity Church, as Guest Speaker in absence of 
Pastor Rcv^l. Orlin Craig. Singing Ensembles, 
and violin and 'cello items. 

Auspices: Park Services Interdenominational 


A CHRISTIAN REFORMED 

/ I \ at Agnes off Glantord 

10:30 A.M. MORNING WORSHIP 
7:00 P.M. EVENING WORSHIP 

Ministers: Peter W. DeBruyne and Dan R. Tigchelaar 


11 A.M. & 7 P.M. S 


1$ 


ueens 
venue 

APOSTOLIC CHURCH 

5 ( NEm s M MMu M) 

| 804 QUEENS AVENUE 
j;'.| REV. ALAN MclEAN 
M 382-7833 or 595-3782 


MAC and MARILYN 

Campbell and Friends 

Music and Testimony 
that touches 
the heart 


A Family-Centered * 479-1733 
Church * - 479 - 521 * 



FIRST 

NAZARENE 

4277 QUADRA 


(Supervised Nursery / 
9:45 A.M. 

Sunday School CIbbbre 
lor all age» 

11 A.M. 

Gu«*t Speaker. 
REV. M. WESTMACOTT 

e p.m. 

YOUTH SERVICE by tho 
Local Young People 
ROOM — Dial WO 
• at 10 15 a.m. 


VICTORIA TRUTH 
CENTRE 


1201 FORT ST. 

DR. E. M. SMILEY, Minister 


11 a.m. 

“NOW — ‘PLEASE’ ’’ 

Rev. Lois McLean 



THE CHRISTADELPHIANS 

1396 McKen/ie Avenue 



Great News 

fob ror w or id 


“MOUNT ZION: THE JOY OF 
THE WHOLE EARTH" 

(Illustrated) 

G. McAdams 

Bible Address Sundays 7:00 p.m. 

(veryone Welcome No Collections 


VICTORIA CITADEL CORPS 

757 Pandora Avanua 
Corps Officers 
Major and Mra. John Wildar 

9:30 a.m. Sunday School 
■‘Make Sunday School 
a Family Affair'' 

11KK) A.M. 
Hoiinata Moating 

7:00 P.M. 

Evangelistic Mooting 
A Warm Welcome awaits you 


Sunday School 9:20 a.m. 

Rattan: JONH STONE 
RON LEECH 


GOD'S WORD 
AS IT IS 
FOR 

MEN AS THEY 
ARE 


PENTECOSTAL CHURCH ■ I [ J I | 1 [ 1 Vj 

M2 North Pirh St M ■ III hj 

384-7633 384-0113 ■ w 

Pastor E AUSTIN — Youth D PENNOVEP Music G KRAUSE 


Sunday 945 un. family bible school 

• But Service—809-7303—of Church Office 

11 A.M & 7 P.M. 

REV. ERNEST A. FRANCIS 

PreeMent ol (forth West 
College, Edmonton 
• Pa.tor Mr.aton.ty .nd Tuch. 

• Dynamic SpaaKar 

; ' e G!«d Tiding. Own Son 

7 P.M. WATER BAPTISMAL SERVICE 

• Everyone Invited 
and Welcome 

Find Reality In Christ at Glad Tiding* 


CHRISTIAN 

SCIENCE 

SUNDAY SERVICE 
AND 

SUNDAY SCHOOL 
10:30 A.M. 

SUBJECT: 

“LOVE” 


WEDNESDAY TESTIMONY 
MEETINGS, 8 P.M. 

★ 

FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST 
SCIENTIST 

1205 Pandora at Chamber* 
Victoria, B.C. 

Elavotor, Nuraory, Parking 
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Reading Room 
Open Daily 
1210 Brood Stroot 

Welcome 


Memorial Worship 11:00 a.m. 

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MS FULLERTON AYE. 

383-4185 

10 A.M. 

MORNING WORSHIP 
AND COMMUNION, 

Pastor Ron Leech, Ministering 

6:30 P.M. 

EVENING WORSHIP, 

Pastor John Stone, 
Ministering 

TUES., 7 P.M. PRAYER MEETING 



LNIT3d 


OF VICTORIA 

The Church of the Daily Word 
AT THE 

EMPRESS HOTEL 


HUMBOLDT ROOM 

(enter at 935 Humboldt St.) 

2 SERVICES SUNDAY 
9:30 A.M. « 11:00 A.M. 

Church Office — 635 Humboldt St. #9 and #11 
Houra: Mon.-Frl. 10-4 382-1613 

MARVIN ANDERSON, Nlnleter 

Unity Church ol Victoria Is aHlllated with Unity ol V«ncouver. 
Unity School ol Christianity and OAILY WORD MAGAZINE 

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RELIGION 


THE COLONIST, Sat., August 4, 1979 17 



Parksville church 
calls city minister 


Addition more than doubles size of Saanich Christian School 

Step by step, a high school 


Although a major addition 
(0 the Saanich Christian 
School at 661 Agnes in Saan¬ 
ich is about half-completed, 
it is only the first phase of 
a construction program 
which will add classrooms 
for an existing Christian 
high school to move into. 

. Syrt Wolters, chairman of 
the Victoria Christian Edu¬ 
cation Society, said in an 
interview that negotiations 
are just about complete be¬ 


tween the elementary board 
and the Pacific Christian 
Education Society, opera¬ 
tors of the high school, to 
form a joint board to admin¬ 
ister the new facilities. 

The high school, which has 
an enrolment of about 110 
students from Grades 8 to 10, 
has been operating in prem¬ 
ises at Oakland School rent¬ 
ed from the Greater Victoria 
School Board. 


The current addition will 
provide extra classrooms for 
the elementary school, 
whose enrolment is expected 
to grow from 106 to close to 
20d students (including a kin¬ 
dergarten, new this'year) in 
the fall, and a gymnasium 
and kitchen facilities for use 
by both senior and junior 
students. 

This fall the high school 
will incorporate Grade 11 
and next year will offer a full 


academic program to Grade 
12. stressing Christian 
values and quality in educa¬ 
tion, Wolters said. 

The current addition of 9,- 
000 square feet will cost 
about $260,000, and the addi¬ 
tional 11 classrooms to ac¬ 
commodate the senior high 
school students are expected 
to cover about 100,000 square 
feet and cost about $300,000, 
he said. 


Perspectives 


.By Rev. John A. Davidson. 


"The Luxury of Integ¬ 
rity”: that ironic phrase has 
been clinched in my mind 
since I first came across it 
quite some years ago as the 
title of an essay by the 
American economist, Stuart 
Chase. 

'Chase suggested that our 
moral foundations are being 
so eroded that many of us 
Have come to feel that moral 
integrity is a luxury we can 
no longer afford. 

He commented on "the art 
of baekslapping in the inter¬ 
est of a profitable sale", and 
he showed how'the frantic 
quest for the dollar can pros¬ 
titute hospitality and make a 
mockery of friendship. He 
pointed to dishonesty in ad¬ 
vertising. 

He said that in the grasp¬ 
ing bustle of life, compas¬ 
sion is often squashed as we 
try to manipulate and exploit 
one another, and he ob¬ 
served that "for the milk of 
human kindness the most ob- 
vious substitute is soft 
Soap." There may be some 
extravagance in Chase’s 

S loomy diagnosis — but he 
id make some points which 
*re valid and relevant. 

, Many of us spem to think 
that anything goes and that it 
is wrong only if you get 
caught at it. A businessman 
makes, as they say, a big 
score by shady methods — 
and many will applaud him 
for his astuteness. If his 
methods are exposed and he 
has to take his lumps he will. 


of course, be criticized — but 
often not so much for his 
crookedness as for his not 
being astute to keep his 
methods hidden. 

Many of us are losing the 
capacity and the courage for 
calling a moral spade a 
moral spade. We are so 
afraid of seeming intolerant 
and moralistic that we tend 
to givtyip on authentic moral 
concern. As someone has 
said, "Quite often when a 
man thinks his mind is be¬ 
coming broader, it is only his 
conscience stretching.” 

Yes, for many of us integ¬ 
rity is a luxury we feel we 
simply can no longer afford. 
That, of course, is not the 
whole story of our conduct 
today. There are still many 
men and women of firm in¬ 
tegrity — honest, merciful. 


compassionate. And we 
must recognize that in the 
complexity of life today 
moral distinctions are not 
always as clean-cut as we 
might like them to be. 

In business and in public 
life today the making of 
moral decisions and judg¬ 
ments is often terribly diffi¬ 
cult, and there are forces in 
society which erode our in¬ 
tegrity without our being 
aware of what is happening. 
As Mort Sahl has observed, 
"Morality is very square 
these days.” 

Here is a warning given by 
the eminent historian. Sir 
Herbert Butterfield, of Cam¬ 
bridge University: “A-civili- 
zation may be wrecked with¬ 
out any spectacular crimes 
or criminals by constant 
petty breaches of faith and 


minor complicities on the 
part of men generally con¬ 
sidered very nice people." 

Civilization today is men¬ 
aced by war and threats of 
war, by political and eco¬ 
nomic struggles of all shapes 
and sizes and ideological 
colors, by violations of the 
physical environment. 

But let us recognize that 
civilization today is also 
menaced by "constant petty 
breaches of faith and minor 
complicities”, by all those 
little dishonesties and de¬ 
ceits and thefts which we are 
learning to take for granted. 
When we choose to treat in¬ 
tegrity as a luxury we are 
contributing to the decline 
and fall of our civilization. 
Davidson is minister of Dominion- 
Chalmers United Church, Ottawa) 


Touring Continentals 
will be here Aug. .12 


A live 90,ipinute concert of 
contemporary Christian 
music will be presented at 8 
pm. Sunday Aug. 12 at Em¬ 
manuel Baptist Church, 2121 
Cedar Hill Cross Road, by 
the internationally-known 
Continental Singers and Or¬ 
chestra. 

The group, on an annual 



CHURCH 

CHRONICLES 


summer tour, will perform 
contemporary gospel music, 
spirituals, anthems and 
hymn arrangements. The 
program Peace and Rejoice. 
will feature some of the 
great Christian songs cur¬ 
rently heard around the 
world. 

Medleys of favorite hymns 
and praise songs will be in¬ 
terspersed with contempo¬ 
rary gospel songs such as 
Don Francisco's He’s Alive 
and great standards such as 
How Great Thou Art. 

The 25 vocalists and 10- 
pieee orchestra, selected by 
audition from thousands of 
high school and college 
young people from the U.S. 
and Canada, has toured 
abroad and this year will 
visit Russia for the first 
time. 


ST. ANDREWS CATHEDRAL (R.C.) 

I *W» StTMt Fta. MMI71 


Confessions: 


8 00a m .9:30a.m . 11:00a,m. 

12 30 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. 

5 00 p.m. Saturday 

Saturday 11 a.m. to Noon. 3 to 4 p m. 
and 7 to 7:30 p m: 


y 


Reformed Episcopal 

CHURCH OF OUR LORD 

Humboldt and Blanshard St., Victoria, B.C. 

11:00 A.M. 

MORNING WORSHIP 
“THE TRANSFIGl!RATION 
Minister: 

Rev. Charles W. Dorrington. 




ANGLICAN! 

RENEWAL 

CENTRE 


Prayer and 
Praise Service 
Every Friday 7:30 p.m. 

• in 

St. Saviour's Church 

Cor. Catherine A Henry Sta. 


The Anglican Catholic Church 

— Parish of St, Athanasius — 


+ 

SUNDAY SUN6 HASS - 1:30 P.M. 

at Grace Lutheran Church 
1273 Fort Street 

Fr. P D. Wilkinson Fr Roland Palmer. S.S.J.E. Fr R. C. Henstock 
Upholding Our Anglican Catholic Heritage 


John D. Francis, team 
minister of Church of the 
Way, has been called to es¬ 
tablish a growing congre¬ 
gation at Church of the 
Living Word in Parksville. 

Born in New Zealand. 
Francis has had a varied 
career including minister 
for 25 years and representa¬ 
tive with a major insurance 
company. 

Francis was asked to be a 
team minister with the non- 
denominational charismatic 
Church of the Way two years 
ago after a year of Agape 
Force family-outreach min¬ 
istry in Texas, His wife Ber¬ 
nice and his 19-year-old son 
Chuck will work with him in 
his new post. He also has a 
married daughter, Grace, 
residing in Victoria. 

The Parksville-Qualicum 
congregation worships in 
Island Hall, No. 2 Convention 
Centre, each Sunday at 7 
p.m., catering to tourists and 
local residents of all deno¬ 
minations. 

The operators of the school Because the church has an 
recently purchased some va- am P |e s “PP>y of building 
cant land from Saanich tradespeople, It is near com- 
munfcipality, bringing the pletion of blueprints for a 
total area of the school site to tw0 sta « c - ,50 scat church 

four acres. and recreation centre on a 

Wolters said the two 4!4-acre Island Highway lot. 
boards—made up mostly of Most of the construction 
the same people—will prob — [ ab(lr will be donated for the 
ably merge into a new body TO)00-square-foot struc- 
known as the Victoria Chris- ture - 


of the media, drama, vi¬ 
suals, music and dialogue, in 
a Christ-centred, people- 
oriented church. 


Church of the Way in Vic¬ 
toria, which meets at Royal 
Oak Inn, has witnessed phe¬ 
nomenal growth in a rela¬ 
tively short period of time 
under its team ministers of 
Bill Johns, Doug Roberts, 
Ted Follows, John Francis, 
Doug Kooy and Brian 
Ruud. 


tian Education Society. 

Both senior and elemen¬ 
tary schools have won broad 
acceptance from the general 
public, he said. They are 
non-denominational and cur¬ 
rently draw students from 
about eight different 
churches in the Victoria 
area. 

Enrolment fees are a flat 
$1,140 a year, no matter how 
many children from the 
same family attend the 
school. . 


With a history of pionecr- 
ing and establishing 
churches, Francis will draw 
on his experience and the 
strong link with the sister 
church in Victoria—one of 
six on the Island. 

The other four arc at Dun¬ 
can, Port Alberni, Campbell 
River and Nanaimo. 

A proponent of the team 
ministry concept, Francis 
will endeavor to employ that 
idea in this North Island 
community, along with use 


TODAY'S presentation of 
Music in the Cathedral, at 
Christ Church Anglican, 
Quadra at Burdett, will fea¬ 
ture five mystical songs by 
Vaughan Williams. The 
event will begin at 4 p.m. and 
includes William Broad- 
head, baritone. Normal 
Hurrle, piano, and the cathe¬ 
dral choir. 

THE NORTHWEST Inter¬ 
national Christian Missions 
conference is meeting from 
Monday through Friday at 
the United Church's Nara- 
mata camp in the Okana¬ 
gan. 

A CHOIR formed in 1976 
for the purpose of singing 
music by Montana com¬ 
posers in the John F. Ken¬ 
nedy Centre for the Per¬ 
forming Arts in Washington, 
D.C., will give a concert of 
sacred music in St. John's 
Anglican Church, 1611 Qua¬ 
dra, at 8 p.m. Friday. 

VICTORIA Alliance 
Church will be in charge of 
Sunday’s summer Gospel 
service in Beacon Hill Park, 
starting at 7 p.m. 

Guest speaker will be the 
Rev. Paul Unger, newly ap¬ 
pointed pastor of Saanich 
Community Church. 

Henry Hooge will be mas¬ 
ter of ceremonies and Kurt 
Bergen will be accompanist 
and music director. 

Coffee will be served at the 
end of the service. 


Faith, sharing 
days at UVic 

Victoria’s first Faith and Sharing Retreat will be 
held Aug, 26-31 at the University of Victoria. It will be 
sponsored by the Roman Catholic diocese. 

Faith and sharing retreats started in 1968 when 
Dr. Jean Vanier, founder of L’Arche, an international 
community for handicapped adults, was asked to give 
a week-long retreat to a group of priests in Toronto. 

Vanier agreed, but only under the condition that 
an invitation be extended also to lay people, to youth 
and the elderly, to the handicapped, and the poor. 

It was from this initial gathering that the unique 
character of faith and sharing retreats developed, 
creating a movement that spread throughout Canada 
and the rest of the world. 

The week-long retreat consists of daily talks, 
reflection and sharing in small groups, and times for 
prayer, solitude, and celebration. 

This summer’s retreat will be led by Wera 
Saether, founder of the L’Arche community in Oslo, 
Norway. Theme of the retreat is The Wounded Child, 
and Ms. Saether will be drawing on her experience 
living and working with severely handicapped chn- / ' 
dren. 

Fee for the retreat is $77, which includes ail 
meals and overnight accommodations at the univer¬ 
sity. The retreat is open to all. Catholic and non-Ca- 
tholic, and no one will be refused because of inability 
to pay the full fee. For registration or more informa¬ 
tion, write: Faith and Sharing, 740 View Street, 
Victoria. 

CITY AND DISTRICT CHURCHES 


GOSPEL CHAPELS 


OAKLANDSCHAPEL 
Fern wood and Cedar Hig Road 
SUNDAY 

9:30 a m. Breaking of Bread 
11: IS a.m. Sunday School 
and Family Bible Hour 
Speaker: Mr. L. Wallace 
6 30 p.m Evenino Service 
Speaker: Mr. E. Cleveland 
THURSDAY 

8 00 p.m. Prayer and Bible Study 
VICTORIA GOSPEL CHAPEL 
935 Pandora Avenue 
SUNDAY 

9:30 a m —Lord's Supper 
11:15 a.m —Sunday School 
and Family Bible Hour 
Speaker Mr, Rov Campbell 
7:00 p.m. Evening Service 
Speaker Mr. Tom Kirkpatrick 
WEDNESDAY 7:45 P M 
_Prayer and Bible Study_ 

BETHESDA.GOSPEL CHAPEL 
1900 0* Bay Ave. 

SUNDAYS: 

9:30a.m. Remembrance Meeting 
11: IS a m. Family Hour 
7 p.m. Gospel Service 
WEDNESDAYS: 7:30p.m. 

Prayer and Bible Study 
Enquiries 595-4976 or 345 3773 

_ SPIRITUALISM 

OPEN DOOR SPIRITUALIST CHURCH 
1600 Cook Street 

SUNDAY, 7:00- Rev. Gladys Corrigan 
WEDNESDAY. 7:30pm 
Rev. Dorothy Harris, Healing 
_The Friendly Church_ 

THE FIRST SPIRITUALIST CHURCH 
"The Church of Two Worlds'' 

819 Fort Street 
SUNDAY SERVICE 11 A.Mr 
Pastor: Juhan North 
Oroanist: Grace Hawkins 
Clairvoyance and Healing 
VISITORS WELCOME 


SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST 


SEVENTH OAY ADVENTIST CHURCH 
983 Pandora Ave. at Vancouver St. 
Sabbath School-9.30 a.m. Saturday 
Worship Service—11:00 a.m. 

Wednesday—7:30 o.m 
Pastor: Lynn Baerg (721-3739) 


LUTHERAN 


LUTHERAN CHURCH OF 
THE CROSS 

Cedar Hill and Cedar Hill Cross Roads 
Alfred J. C. Johnson. Pastor. 477 3151 
SUNDAY 

10 a.m Divine Worship Service 
11 a m. Sunday School and 
Bible Classes 

The Church Where Families 
Worship Together 

Evangelical Lutheran Church of Canada 
(E.L.C.C formerly A l.C.) 

Visitors Welcome 

HOPE LUTHERAN CHURCH 
MISSOURI SYNOD 
1924 Carrick Street oft Foul Bav 
The Rev. L. M. Carlson, Pastor 592 2308 
10 a.m. 

DIVINE WORSHIP SERVICES 
9:15 am 

Sunday School Bible Class 
A Church of "The Lutheran Hour" 
_and "This Is the Life" _ 

GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH 
1273 Fgrt Street 383-52S6 
Minister: Rev. Ronald C. Nelson 
Lutheran Church in America 
(Across from Central Junior High) 
10:00 a.m. 

WORSHIP 

_Everyone Welcome_ 

GOOD SHEPHERD LUTHERAN 
2815 Cedar Hill Road 
Rev. Fred Knebel. 658-100 
10 a.m. English-11 a.m. German 
REDEEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH 
Corner Jacklln and Jenkins 
10 a.m. Worshlo 

Minister Herman Blcfcel. 47M850 
SOCIETY OF FRIEND S 

SOCIETY OF FRIENDS 
(Quakers) 

MEETING FOR WORSHIP 
SUNDAY, II A.M. 

Visitors Welcome 
1031 FERN ST 


Attend 
the Church 
of your choice 



Francis 

.team proponent 


Anglican 


ST. BARNABAS 

Btlmont and B«gbio 
7:M a.m. Matins and Communion 
14:34 a.m. Procession 
and Sung Mass 
7:34 p.m. Solemn Evensong 
Dr. F. E. M. Swallow 
HOLY COMMUNION DAILY 
Fr. D. R. Chassels S45-K242 


St. John’s 

1611 Quadra near Pandora 
>M a.m. Holy Communion 
M» a.m. Family Service 
11:M a.m. Choral Communion 
Speuker: Rev. C. E. Lonsdale 
<1 both services 
THURS. II:M A.M. 

Holy Communion 
Canon Robert MacRse, Rector 
MJ-7I4S 


ST. MARY’S 

ELGIN ROAD 

The Parish ( hnreh of Oak Bay 

8:1* a.m. Holy Communion 
i:3« a.m. Family Service 
11:0* a.m. Oioral 
Communion 
Preacher: Rev. Marlow D. 
Asdervon 

7:00 p.m. Evensong 

Thors. 18:3* a.m. 

Holy Communion 


chcistchucdv’ 
csthedcaJ. 

Quadra at Courtney 
2 blocks up from Douglas 

8 00 a.m Holy Eucharist 
9:30 a m. Family Eucharist 
11 00 a.m. Sung Eucharist 
5:15 p m. Holy Eucharist 
7:30 p.m. Evensong 
WEEKDAYS 
Mattins 9:00 a.m. 

Evensong 5:15 p.m. 

Holy Eucharist 
Mon 12:15 Noon 
Tues and Wed 11 a.m. 

Thurs. 7:30 a m. 

Fri. 12:15 Noon 


SUMMER RECITAL SERIES 
Sat.. 11 August — 4 p.m. 
A CHAMBER CHOIR 

Conducted by 
Sir David Willcocks 


ST. GEORGE THE MARTYR 

Cad boro Bay Road and 
Maynard Straat 
Rev. Peter McCalman, 
477-0705 

8 f.m. Holy Communion 
9:30 a.m. Family Eucharist 
11 a.m. Choral Euchariat 


ST. MATTHIAS’ 

Richmond at Richardaon 
Rector. 

Canon W. E Graenhalgh L.Th. 
Assistant: 

Ray G H Rogara. 8 S W . M Oiv 
8 a.m. Holy Communion 
10:30 a.m. Choral Euchariat 
Nursery 
Guest Preacher 

DR. LEON MORRIS of Australia 
Sermon: 

"On Being Righteous ’ 


TONIGHT 7:30 P.M. 
DR. MORRIS 
Public Lecture 
NEW CHURCH-OLD WORLD 


5>t. iEukc’s 

Car. Cedar HUI art Crtar Hill X Rd 
Rector: 

TV Rev. D. Fdward F. Moulden 
4:44 a.m. Holv Communion 
11:44 a.m. Holy Communion 


s?t. ftctrrs. 

Quadra al St. Peters Rd 
Rev. Charles Hamer 3*4*111 
9:44 a.m. Holv Communion 
14:34 a.m. Holy Communion 
Thurs.. 7:44 p.m. 
Family Sen ice 


Si. Philip’s 

Neil Si*eel and Lasldownt Road 
Recto*—Rev O Neil Robtnson * 
8:00 a m Holy Communion 
9:15 a m Family Eucharisl 
11.00 a.m. Choral Communion 


ST. DAVID BY-THE-SEA 

5184 Cordova Bay Rd. 

Rector Rev. Andrew t. Gale* 

M:M a.m. Holy ( ommuntoa 
18:80 a.m. Matties — 2nd Sunday 

HOLY COMMUNION 
1st. 3rd and 4th Snnday 


United 


FIRST UNITED 
CHURCH 

Quadra at Balmoral 

MMNIN6 W06SHIP 
11 A.M. 

“INSEPARABLES— 
GOD and HUMANS" 

Rav. Hugh Hunter 

Nursery and Toddler 
Facilities Available 


METROPOLITAN 

UNITED CHURCH 
Pandora at Quadra Street 

For a Closer Walk With God 
11.00 A.M. 

“PARTNERS 

Gueet Speaker: 

MRS. JARA SMITH 

Child care In Reg Harrla Centre 


CENTENNIAL 

UNITED CHURCH 

Gorge Road and David .Street 
(Opp. Colony Motor Inn) 

Rev. G. A. McMechan 
11:00 A.M. 

“A COMMUNITY 
ON TRIAL" 

Rev. McMechan Speaking 
Sunday School and Creche 


Mr. tronl Williams—Oruaukl 


2 033 Belmont a l Pembroke 59S479b 

* 

Sunday Worship 1100 am 

r^ciuicut. 

UNITED CHURCH ' 

Guest Speaker 
Rev. Harold T. Allen 
Soloist: Jim Holmes 

Minister 

Rev Roberl F McPherson 
>gani$r Margafol Wilmshu*sl^ 
Music Director 
.Bert Stofar 


ST. AIDAN’S UNITED 

Richmond al Cedar Hill X Road 
RFV. J RAF AI.I.AN 
If A.M. 

MORNING WORSHIP 
WISOOM OF THE CONIES 
Rev. Ralph Butler 

Creche Provided 
Supervised class activities 
for children up to 4 years. 


CADBORO BAY UNITED 

2*25 ARBUTUS ROAD 

Rev. John M. Davidson, 477-27IS 

SUMMER SERVICES 
10:00 A.M. 

Special Welcome to 
Visitors and Tourists 
Nursery Care Provided 
Fellowship hour following 
Worship 


OAK BAY 
UNITED CHURCH 

Grand* and Mitchell 

WORSHIP 
11 AM. 

“POOLS OR 
CHRIST" 

Rov. Bill Van Druton 
Nuraary 

MAL-A-PItAYUt 5*5-1*15 




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FAIRFIELD 

Moss St. and Fairfield Rd. 
Orgaeiat: Robert Cooper, L.L.C.M. 
Sommer Services al 

11 A.M. 

with Geest Speaker 
REV. K. M WOOD. B.A., B.D. 
Nursery for Children 


66rd6nhead 

UNITED CHURCH 

R«v. Russell K. Vickers 

Minister 

477-0412.477-6606 

11:15 A.M. 
MORNING WORSHIP 

Nureory for children 
Meeting at St. Dunatan a Church, 
corner of Tyndaii and Sen Juan 


JANES MY UNITED CHURCH 

511 Michigan Street 
A friendly church servtug 
the whole community since 1811 
Morning Worship — 11:44 a.m. 
Cordova Bay II.C.W. 
MinUter: Rev. Bert Forsythe • 
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18 THE COLONIST, Sat., August 1, 1979 


The Amazing 




ADVERTISEMEMT 


Secret 


Of A Desperate Housewife 


My name is Nancy Pryor. I am 35 years old. I am a 
housewife and mother of three children. I would like 
to tell you something personal about myself. 

One day last September I just broke down and 
started to cry. 

I couldn’t help it. I had reached my breaking point. 
I felt like I was going to have a nervous breakdown. 

It happened one Monday morning right after I got 
on the bathroom scales to weigh myself. I had been on 
a strict diet for nearly 2 months. I had gone off the 
diet over the weekend to give myself a break and just 
to live like a normal human being for a couple of days. 
Now the scales said I weighed 188 pounds. I just 
couldn’t believe it! That meant that in one lousy 
weekend I had more than gained back every single 
pound I had lost in the last 3 weeks. 

Maybe this doesn’t sound like a big deal to you, but 
to me it felt like a tragedy. 

I had been trying to lose weight for the last 5% 
years. I had tried liquid protein. I had tried fasting. I 
had tried hypnosis. I had tried exercise. I had tried 
sauna belts. For a while I even used dangerous diet 
drugs. As far as diets go I tried almost every one I 
heard about. The Adkins diet. The Stillman diet. The 
grapefruit diet. The Women’s Ski Tfeam diet. Etc. Etc. 
You name it—I tried it. 

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The results were always the same. I would struggle 
and struggle to lose a few pounds and then the very 
first time I would give myself a small break the 
weight would come right back on. 

It had happened many times before, but somehow 
this time it seemed like the last straw. I didn’t know 
where to turn or what else to try. I was about to give 
up. 

Don’t get me wrong. I don’t want this to sound like 
a sob story. I’m not telling you all this because I want 
you to feel sorry for me. There is no need for that 
anyway. My story has a very happy ending. 

My story has a happy ending because the very next 
day I made a discovery that has changed my entire 
life. I found an amazing way to lose weight that I 
never dreamed existed. 

I am not going to tell you where I found this secret. 
However, I will tell you this much: I did not get this 
information from a doctor. I did not get this informa¬ 
tion from a diet book. I did not find this information 
in a magazine. I did not find this information in a 
newspaper. I did not get this information from any of 
the so-called "diet experts.” 

lb tell the truth, I stumbled acfOss this information 
totally by accident when I was leaking for something 
else. 

But all that doesn’t matter. What does matter is 
that at last I have found an answer. 

Let me tell you why I think my diet secret is so 
fantastic. 

MELTS FAT FAST 

First of all, this diet works fast. It literally bums off 
fat by the hour. If you go on this diet in the morning 
you will losing weight before lunch. You will lose 
weight faster on this diet than if you ran 7 miles 
every day. You will be able to measure the difference 
in your waistline in 24 to 36 hours. I think this is the 
fastest safe diet in the world. If you can find a diet 
that works faster I will buy it from you and gladly pay 
you good money for it. 

NO HUNGER 

I’ll tell you a secret. You will never lose weight and 
keep it off on any diet that leaves you hungry. 
Hunger is an irresistible force. Sooner or later, 
willpower always gives in to hunger. 

This diet brings hunger to a dead full stop. You will 
never be hungry. As a matter of fact, one of the un¬ 
ique features of this diet makes it metabolically im¬ 
possible for you to experience hunger, lb me, it’s like 
heaven. 


76% MORE ENERGY 

This diet converts body fat to body fuel. Starting on 
the 5th day of this diet your energy will begin to 
increase dramatically. It will increase every day until 
the 9th day when it begins to level off. After that your 
energy level will stay about the same. This new 
energy level will probably be about 76 % higher than 
your level is now. 


fr ... You will lose weight faster on this diet than if you ran 
7 miles every day. You will be able to measure the difference in 
your waist line in 24 to 36 hours. I think this is the fastest 
safe diet in the world. If you can find a diet that works faster 
I will buy it from you and gladly pay you good money for 
it...” 


SIMPLE AND EASY 

This diet is very simple. It is easy to follow even if 
you eat in restaurants all the time. You do not count 
calories. You do not measure portions. The only thing 
you keep track of is how much you lose. 

HEALTHY AND SAFE 

This is not just a weight loss diet. It is a health diet 
also. It is safe. It is probably much safer than the way 
you eat right now. 

Don’t ever take a chance with your health. It’s not 
worth it. Besides it is not necessary. You can lose 
weight fast with my diet plus get healthier every day 
you stay on it. 

NO EXERCISE 

You do not have to exercise to lose weight with this 
diet. However, since after the first few days you will 
have a lot more energy you will probably become 
more active. But you will lose weight very rapidly 
whether you become more active or not. 

AUTOMATIC WEIGHT LOSS 

Right after you go on this diet you start to lose 
weight automatically. You don’t have to think about it 
all the time. Since you are never hungry you would 
probably forget you were on a diet if you weren’t 
losing weight so fast. 

„ As you can tell by now, I have come up with some¬ 
thing pretty good. I think my diet is the best way to 
lose weight I have ever heard about. You will lose 
weight very fast and you will never be hungry. You 
will not have to count calories or measure portions. 
You can eat out as often as you like. Your health will 
improve and your energy will increase^ Except for 
when you weigh yourself you will probably forget 
you are on a diet. 

In short, this diet is fast, safe and simple. 

There are four reasons this diet works so well. 
These four reasons make this diet different from any 
other. Here are those reasons. 

Reason #1 This diet makes liberal use of a natural 
food substance that eliminates hunger. 
This food substance is widely used in 
Europe but almost unheard of in the 
United States. It looks and tastes exactly 
like table sugar. You use it the same way. 
You can mix it in your coffee or sprinkle it 
on cereals or use it in recipes as a substi¬ 
tute for table sugar. This substance is per¬ 
fectly safe. Remember — it is a food not a 
drug. It is much better for you than ordi¬ 
nary table sugar (sucrose) because it does 
not provoke an insulin response. When 
eaten regularly throughout the day this 
substance very dramatically reduces 
hunger. It also has a soothing effect on 
jangled nerves. 

Reason #2 This diet has a different plan of attack. 

This diet forces you to form a very new 
habit. This new habit is pleasurable and 
fun. This habit makes it possible to stay 
on any diet for life without ever feeling 
deprived. This new habit makes every¬ 
thing easy. It is so simple you will wonder 
why you never thought of it yourself. 

Reason #3 This diet contains 5 delicious foods that 
may very well be new to you. I am going 
to ask you to eat at least one of these 5 


. I have lost 75 pounds. My friends 
say I look 15 years younger. I enjoy a 
peace of mind I have never before experi¬ 
enced. I feel good all the time. Best of all, 
my husband has fallen in love with me 
all over again.” 


foods every day. All of them are what I 
call "natural food tranquilizers.” At 
exactly the same time these foods are re¬ 
leasing new energy into your system they 
also work to release all tension from your 
nerves and muscles and give you an emo¬ 
tional lift. Believe me it is very hard to 
diet if you are upset and in a bad mood all 
the time! 


Reason #4 This diet contains yet another unique food 
substance that releases the natural fat 
burning power of your system. This sub¬ 
stance increases the amount of calories 
your body burns each day thereby allow¬ 
ing you to eat more without weight gain. 

A SPARKLING NEW BODY 

This diet has been a Godsend to me. I have a sparkl¬ 
ing new body. I have lost 75 pounds. I now weigh 113 
and I wear a size 6 dress. (I used to wear an 18). I have 
more energy now than I had when I was a teenager. I 
am in better health than I can ever remember. My 
friends say I look 15 years younger. I enjoy a peace of 
mind I have never before experienced. I feel good all 
the time. Best of all, my husband has fallen in love 
with me all over again. 

Will this amazing little diet work for you? I am sure 
it will. All I ask is that you be open-minded enough tq 
give me a chance to prove it even though I am an 
everyday housewife and not a diet doctor or anything 
like that. 

I have written a book that tells you about my secret 
diet. It is easy-to-read. It tells you exactly what to do 
step-by-step. You can read my book in one evening. 
Then the very next day you can start losing weight so 
fast you just won’t believe it. 

NO RISK 

Here’s how you can read my book and try my diet 
without any financial risk at all. Go ahead and order 
my book by mail. Keep it 30 days and read it and 
check it out. Then if you are unhappy with it, send it 
back and I will return your payment to you quietly 
and without question. 

If you are extra skeptical I suggest you postdate 
your check or money order by 30 days. I promise and 
guarantee I will not deposit it for at least that amount 
of time. Then if you decide to return my book I will 
send back your uncashed check or money order with 
no questions asked. 

Tb order, write your name and address and the 
words "DIET SECRET” on a piece of paper and send it 
with $9.95 to me — Nancy Pryor, Dept. 506,161 Map¬ 
lewood Ave., P.O. Box 177, Maplewood, New Jersey 
07040.1 will send your book promptly by return mail. 
If you have any questions you can call me. My 
number is (201) 744-3777. Checks and money orders 
should be made payable to me — Nancy Pryor. (It is 
not a good idea to mail cash.) 


1 














Living, Page 21 
Entertainment, 23-25 





1 Colonist* 


Section Two 


Saturday, August 4, 1979 


Page 19 


79 DODGE 
TRUCKS... 

D**igr>*d tot comfort 
built lot action, 
styled for today!! 






Blaze destroys 
luxury cruiser, 
damages dock 


W 7 * 


SINKING 

FEELING 


Model maker Martin Havelka, 14,2623 Richmond, has 
(treat expectations as he launches his 35-centimetre 
model of frigate U.S.S. Constitution Friday after¬ 
noon at Beacon Hill Park pond. Martin did superb job 
building "Old Ironsides” model from plastic kit but 
miniature ship proved less seaworthy than original 


—colonist photos by Alex Barta 

1812-era warship now berthed as floating museum in 
Boston. Model started voyage across pond but took on 
water, capsized and sank. Nothing daunted, Martin 
retrieved slightly waterlogged vessel and attempted 
crossing several times, with same result. An avid 
hobbyist, he has an impressive model collection. 


Squash 
in the 
winery 

A portion of the former 
Ste Michelle winery 
building on Quadra 
Street will be used for a 
racquetball-squash rec¬ 
reation facility complete 
with lounge and restau¬ 
rant, if Saanich council 
agrees to a rezoning ap¬ 
plication. 

It is planned to rezone 
11.000 square feet of the 
building for the centre. 
Part of the building is 
now occupied by a restau¬ 
rant and a bakery. 

The proposal is sup¬ 
ported by chief planner 
Gil Laurenson who says 
there is a growing need in 
the municipality for such 
facilities. 

Six racquetball and 
three squash courts are 
planned as well as health 
food snack bar in the 
lounge area. 


Dayliner 

traffic 

booming 


ier Business, 
n looking gt die latest 
iger-count totals, it's 


Munro rebuffs MLAs $3 million tag 
on U.S. nuclear plant on CBC centre 


ifiXbimalt-Saanich MP 

Oonatd Munro has chastised 
four New Democratic Party 
Ml.As for their stand on the 
proposed Sedro Woolley nu¬ 
clear power plant in Wash¬ 
ington Stale. 

The four MLAs, who had 
sought the support of Munro 
in trying to halt construction 
of the plant 53 kilometres 
south of Abbotsford, re¬ 
ceived instead a sharp rap on 
the knuckles. 

In a letter addressed to 
Chris D'Arey (Rossland- 


Trail). RobertSkelly (Alber- 
ni), Gordon Hanson (Vic¬ 
toria) and Ernie Hall (Sur¬ 
rey), Munro took exception 
to the NDP appeal for sup¬ 
port. saying "you do not im¬ 
prove your cause by using 
terms containing unwar¬ 
ranted hyperbole. How the 
construction of a nuclear 
plant at Sedro Woolley would 
put at risk the livelihood and 
health of most of our citizens 
is beyond my comprehen¬ 
sion." 

The four MLAs claim that 
in the event of an accident at 


Big-top theatre 
pleads not guilty 


Negotiations for moving 
the controversy-laden 
Causeway tent theatre some 
where else continued Friday- 
following charges against 
Kaleidoscope Theatre Pro¬ 
ductions Society and man¬ 
ager Colin Gorrie. 

Following his morning ap¬ 
pearance in Victoria provin¬ 
cial court before Judge Wil- 
I i a m Ostler, Gorrie 
continued discussions to 
have Kaleidoscope’s Songs 
of the Cabaret show located 
elsewhere. Gorrie said talks 
have been going on recently 
but declined to name the pos¬ 
sible new location. He said a 
decision could be reached by 
late this afternoon. 

The society and Gorrie 
were charged with contra¬ 
vening two sections of the 
Fire Services Act and two 
Victoria bylaws. 

"Qtfy are accused of hav¬ 
ing-erected a hall for public 
assembly, to wit a tent, be¬ 
tween June 26 and July 6, 


without detailed plans and 
specifications in duplicate 
being submitted to the fire 
marshal for his approval in 
writing, and with having 
erected a tent for the pur¬ 
pose of public assembly con¬ 
trary to city bylaw 3534. 

They are also charged with 
opening the tent to the public 
July 13 without first having 
the facility Inspected and 
approved in writing by a pro¬ 
vincial fire inspector and for 
using a tent July 11 for the 
purpose of public assembly 
contrary to the same city 
bvlaw. 

The charges .were sworn 
out July 25 bv lnsp. Ray Best 
of the Victoria fire depart¬ 
ment. 

Gorrie entered pleas of not 
guilty to all charges on be¬ 
half of himself and Kaleido¬ 
scope and asked for a re¬ 
mand until next Friday so 
that lawyer Sheryl Dunn 
could be in court to set a trial 
date. 


Sedro Woolley, prevailing 
w inds w ould create a serious 
hazard in the southern part 
of B.C., particularly in the 
heavily-populated Lower 
Mainland. - 

Munro said that with oH 
prices going up and oil -re¬ 
serves going down, alterna¬ 
tive power sources must be 
found. 

"At the present time the 
nuclear source seems the 
most likely to be able to 
fulfill demand, he said. “To 
be able to do this technology 
must be rapidly advanced 
which, amongst other things, 
means building new nuclear 
power plants. 

"It should be remembered 
that when I he locomotive 
was just invented people- 
viewed it with rather grave- 
forebodings, and now it is ac- 
cepted as an everyday 
item." 

Munro accused the four 
New Democrats of conduct¬ 
ing an emotional campaign 
against the nuclear plant 
rather than a rational cam¬ 
paign. 

"If you want to stir up 
emotional rather than ratio¬ 
nal reaction, you tare cer¬ 
tainly going about it the right 1 
way," he wrote. 

"But until you reaeh that 
level of comprehension (hat 
will tell you that government 
should rest on reason rather 
than impassioned rhetoric, 
may the people of British 
Columbia be spared from the 
likes of you.”_ 

In a joint reply to Munro's . 
criticism, the four MLAs 
said “this reasoning only be¬ 
trays Mr. Munro's ignorance 
about the cost of alternative 
sources of energy. He is put¬ 
ting the cost of a barrel of oil 
ahead of the safety and 
health of the people of 
B.C." 

Last month the four MLAs 
presented a joint brief to the 
Atomic Safely and Licensing 
Board hearings in Seattle. 


Victoria's new television production centre may 
soon be up for grabs to anyone with $3 million to 
spare, says Len Lauk, CBC regional director. 

“It’s probably going to be sold. We’re investigat¬ 
ing the possibility of a sale,” Lank said Thursday. 
“We’ve had nd offers, just inquiries from various 
people.” ' 

He said the inquiries were private, and he de¬ 
clined to say who made them. 

The station, scheduled for completion in Novem¬ 
ber at a cost of $9 million, was a casualty of the $71 
million in cuts which the CBC had chopped from its 
1979-80 spending budget because of federal spending 
restraints. 

If it is sold, the money from the sale of the crown- 
owned building would go to the treasury board. Lauk 
said. The CBC would act as the agent for the board. 

He said the CBC hopes to recover the capital costs 
of the structure, iifduding about $2.5 million for the 
building and $500,000 for the land. 


There’s no business like 
Dayliner business. 

When 
passenge 
difficult to believ? that the 
little Vietoria-to-Courtenay 
passenger train was doomed 
less than a year ago. 

According to John Cooper 
of Victoria, chairman of the 
E&N Steering Committee, 
the passenger service has 
recorded impressive gains in 
the first seven months of 
1979. 

Cooper said in a press re¬ 
lease Friday that 37,000 pas¬ 
sengers have taken the Day¬ 
liner so far this year, only 
8.000 short of the record 
15.000-passenger total in the 
w hole of 1978 

“We expect that by the end 
of August loadings will have 
equalled or surpassed last 
year's record 15.000 passen¬ 
gers." Cooper said, 
a. He also noted that the 1978 
record represented a "stag¬ 
gering 100-per-cent increase 
over 1977, when only 11,343 
passengers were carried.” 

Cooper also pointed out 
that about 7,700 passengers 
rode the Dayliner last 
month, “compared to only 
4,000 for the same month last 
year.” 

He added that,“this traffic 
represents a tremendous in¬ 
crease over last year and the 
committee is confident Jhat 
the gains will be even more 
impressive in the future if 
we’re successful in having 
the unjust and unreasonable 
$4 minimum fare ap¬ 
pealed." 


DODD HOUSE 


Saving Saanich's oldest 
home may not have been 
such a good idea after all. 

Eighteen months have now 
elapsed since the Heritage 
Advisory Committee first 
embarked on a program to 
save the residence built by 
mariner Captain Charles 
Dodd. 

In the interim, more than 
$20,000 has been spent hav¬ 
ing it restored to its former 
grandeur, but the future use 
ill the old home is still unde¬ 
cided. 

The committee is now 
about to recommend to 
council that conservation ar¬ 
chitect Edward MacFarlane 
be retained to "complete a 
thorough, basic survey of the 
Dodd House." 

The house was moved 
from its location on Ken- 


more 15 months ago to near¬ 
by Lambrick Park because it 
stood on the site of a planned 
six-lot subdivision, and since 
then municipal crews have 
been working on the restora¬ 
tion as a "fill-in" between 
various construction jobs. 

The developer, Charles 
Van Heen of Unicorn Homes, 
moved the building at his 
company's expense to the 
municipal property. 

A foundation has been 
completed, the chimney bed¬ 
ded and installed on perma¬ 
nent supports, a new roof 
installed and skirling board 
placed around the base of 
the walls. 

Although its exterior is not 
particularly imposing or ar¬ 
chitecturally significant. the , 
interior has some notable 
features including fine Cali¬ 
fornia redwood panelling. 


A 44-foot luxury cabin cruiser was destroyed and 
the refuelling dock at Galiano Island's Montague 
Harbor was severely damaged when the vessel ex¬ 
ploded and caught fire about 3:30 p.m. Friday. Total 
damage was estimated at $200,000. 

The $150,000 Seattle-based Sea Sprite, owned by J. 
II. Buttonhof of Toutle, Wash., was still tied to the 
dock after refuelling when the explosion occurred. 

Buttonhof and an unidentified companion 
escaped injury. 

Minor damage was inflicted on three other ves¬ 
sels, according to Craig Dougans, coxswain in charge 
of the Ganges summer Coast Guard depot, which 
attended the blaze. 

The Montague Harbor volunteer fire department 
fought the blaze from the land side while Dougans and 
another crew member attacked it in the coast guard's 
inflatable-fibreglass Atlantic 21 from the sea side. 

Fire chief Chester Williams said damage would 
have been far greater if marina owner Rick Coulter 
had not quickly shut off fuel supplies to the gas pumps 
on the floating dock. The gas pumps themselves were 
destroyed. 

Dougans said it took some time before the blaze 
was sufficiently brought under control for the burning 
vessel to be cut loose and towed to a small deserted 
bay at nearby Parker Island. 

“We continued fighting the fire until 4:54 p.m. 
when the vessel sank," he said. "It was a total 
loss.” 

The fire was reported at 8:28 p.m. and firemen 
spent nearly two hours mopping up. 

The harbor fire was one of three that kept 
firemen busy Friday night. 

In Saanich, damage was estimated at $10,001) 
when fire broke out in the back bedroom of a home at 
1006 Karen while owner George Bridges was out front 
working in the garden. '* 

Earlier in Saanich, a B.C. Hydro transformer on a 
power pole at the corner of Mount Douglas Cross 
Road and Blenkinsop exploded and set fire to adjoin¬ 
ing dry grassi Power was out in a limited area for a 
period. 


Region's legal 
move a ‘form 
of insurance' 


The Capital Region Board 
began legal proceedings Fri¬ 
day afternoon against Saan¬ 
ich municipality in the great 
shopping centre dispute. 

However chairman Mur¬ 
ray Glazier said the writ of 
summons to quash Saanich's 
bylaw authorizing a major 
shopping centre on the Tilli- 
cum drive-in site will be 
dropped providing Saanich 
council agrees Tuesday 
night to planners’ guidelines 
on the definition of a region¬ 
al shopping centre. 

“It's really just a form of 
insurance in case council re¬ 
jects the agreement between 
Saanich and CRD planners." 
Glazier said. 

The threatened court ac¬ 
tion was designed to force 
Saanich to delay plans to 
proceed with consideration 
of an even larger shopping 
centre, the Broadmead pro¬ 
ject at Pat Bay and Royal 
Oak Drive, which would 
cover 229,000 square feet in 
its first phase. 


Glazier said in the event 
Saanich council agrees to the 
guidelines Tuesday Bight, he 
w ill recommend to the board 
Wednesday that the court 
case be dropped. 

At the same meeting, 
directors will give second 
reading to a bylaw amending 
the regional plan to tighten 
the definition of what consti¬ 
tutes a regional shopping 
centre. 

The chairman, a Victoria 
alderman, said the real issue 
is preservation of the aims of 
the Capital Region general 
plan, which called for main¬ 
taining the status of down¬ 
town Victoria and for expan¬ 
sion of shopping facilities in 
the Western Community. 

He said the other member 
municipalities of the board, 
including Victoria, will be 
consulted on the changes to 
the regional plan bylaw after 
it is given second reading at 
Wednesday’s meeting. 


The heritage image 
isn’t up to snuff 


But committee members 
expressed concern this week 
that the original image of (he 
house has not been restor¬ 
ed. 

There also appears to be 
some discrepancy over the 
actual date of construction. 

Originally, the committee 
had said it was erected in 
1859, but it now appears that 
it was not built until three 
years later. 

According to Ursula Jupp, 
historian of the Gordon Head 
area, Dodd, who died in 1860, 
never lived in the house but 
his w ife and family did. 

It has been suggested the 
original portion of the build¬ 
ing should serve as an arti¬ 
fact and newer portions like 
the kitchen should be used 
for storage of sports equip¬ 
ment. 

The Canadian Costume so- 


Interior looks better than exterior 


ciety of B.C. has also ex¬ 
pressed an interest in using 
space in the old house for 


displaying historic gowns 
and related costume arti¬ 
facts. 
































20 THE COLONIST, Sat., August 


I. 1979 


PROVINCE 


Prize draws, awards awaiting July entries 


Anglers and weigh-in sta¬ 
tions who still have King 
Fisherman entries for fish 
caught in July are reminded 
to get the entries into the 
Colonist office as soon as 
possible so no one is'left 
out of prize draws' and 
awards. 

Eleven-year-old Vince 
llaugland from Tungsten, 
N.W.T., managed to land a 
2:1 pound chinook on 10 gram 
I’irken and 15-pound-test- 
line. He was fishing Pedder 
Bay waters with Peter Gor¬ 
don who Operates Magna 
Charters. 

Young Haugland wins a 
King Fisherman Silver An¬ 
niversary fun decal. 

I.atest King Fisherman 
entries: 


& Al, red hootchie. 

Gordon Bohnert; 5.8, Albert Head, 
anchow 

Greg Rasmussen; 5.5,6.0, Brotchie 
Ledge, Strip Teaser. 

Terry Wickett; 5.10, Brotchie 
Ledge. Radiant Squirt. 

C Blake; 6.0, 5,9, Brotchie Ledge, 
Hook urn Spoon 
Oak Bay Marina 

Harry Buckle; 5.8, Oak Bay flats. 
McKnlcrfit Spoon 
Alec Gower; 5.0, Oak Bay 
Linda Beitel, Moose Jaw. Sask.; 6.0, 
Oak Bay flats, Super Strip Teaser 
Randy Beitel, Esterhazv, Sask.; 
7.0, Oak Bay flats. Super Strip Teas 


Emma Beitel. Moose Jaw,"Sask . 
6 8, Oak Bay flats. Super Strip Teas 


er. 


Stuart Fraser; 8.8, Trial Island, 
Strip Teaser 

Martin Beitel, Moose Jaw, Sask.; 
6.8, Oak Bay flats, Super Strip Teas * 


er. 


COHO 

Cheenuh Marina 

Gary Shepheard; 5.8, Beechev 
Head, Spring King. 

Leona Larson, 6.0, 6.8, Aldridge 
Point. Needlefish 

Svend Munkholm. 5.2, 5.12. trap 
shack, anchovy. 

N G. Stepehnson; 7.0, Beechev 
Head, minnow 

Jim Dowd; 7 0,6.0,6.0,6 5, sockeve, 
Secretary Island, hootchie 

J. Peterson; 7.0, Aldridge Point, 
minnow. 

J P. Daneau. 7.0, 7.0, 6.0, 6.0. trap 
shack, hootchie 

Darryl Pollock, 8.0,5.0,6.0,5 0. trap 
shack, hootchie 

Margaret Wiggins; 5.0. 5.8, Bee 
chev Head, anchovy 

Jim Wallis; 7.8, Aldridge Point, an 
chovv. 

Len Nyquist; 7.4, Becher Bay, hoot 
chie. 

Jack Handvsides, 6.8, 5.8, Bedford 
island, hootchie 

T, Pirinis; 6.0, 5.8, Becher Bay 

tuqene Denes, 7.0, Aldridge Point, 
anchovy. 

Bill Walton: 5.0. 5.12.7.0, Secretary 
Island, Rhys Davis Super Strip Teas- 


Susan Malcolm; 6.8, Discovery Is¬ 
land, bucktail./ 

Harvey's Sporting Goods 
Adam Budenski, Drumheller, 
Alta ; 6.0. 

Brian Budenski, Drumheller, Alta.; 
5.2, Moresby Island. Radiant Squirt. 

G.R. Nunn; 5.9, Coal Island, hoot 
chie. 

Canoe Cove Marina Service Station 

Stu Brundrige; 6.8. Wallace Point, 
bucktail. 

M. Brundrtge. 5.12, Coal Island, 
Strip Teaser 

J.L. Muirhead; 5.8, Fairfax Point, 
small Strip Teaser. 

Deep Cove Marina 
Andy Butler; 5.4. Wain Rock, Pir 
ken. 

G Gower; 6.4, Mosps Point, Buzz 


Bomb 

William Lovell; 7.8, Wain Rock, 
green, white hootchie, flasher. 


Shane Bourgeois; 5.0,5.8,5.8, Secre 
tary island, Rhys Davis Super Strip 
Teaser. 

J.B Finlavson; 5.0, 6.0, Bedford 
Island. 

Gary Shepheard; 5.8, 5.0, Beechev 
Head, Spring King, 

Barry Thyne; 7.0, Bedford Island, 
hootchie. 

Jack Semenowich; 6.0, Bedford Is¬ 
land, hootchie. 

R Todd; 6.12, 5.4, Becher Bay, 
anchovy. 

Dennis Charles; 12.8,8.0, Secretary 
island, hootchie 

Mollie Girton; 7.8, Becher Bay 

George Bevis; 6.0, 5.0, Beechev 
Head, hootchie 

Margaret Wiggins; 5.8, 6.0, Secre 
tarv Island, hootchie 

Thomas Keys. 5.0, Aldridge Point, 
hootchie 

• Trudy Keys; 5.0, Aldridge Point, 
hootchie. 

Mark Fisher; J 8, Becher Bay 

Bob Menzies, 5 8. 6.0. Beechev 
Head. Strip Teaser 

Bryan Gammon; 6.8, trap shack, 
anchovy. 

James Bav Anglers 

Ray Webb. 6 10. Brotchie Ledge. 

• Radiant Squirt. 

Raymond Chudy. 6.10, Brolchie 
Ledge. Mylar Needlefish. 

Alfred Savage; 7.0, Albert Head. 
Minnow Teaser. 

Ed Brownlee. 6.10. Race Rocks. Ab 


SPRING (CHINOOK) 
Elliott's Weigh In 

Terry Berrow, Lake Cowichan 
20.0, 24.4, San Juan Bay, herring. 

Danny Thorpe, Lake Cowichan 
35 8. San Juan Bav, herring. 

Brad Wilcox, Mesachie Lake; 20.7 
San Juan Bay, herring. 

Jim Miller, Mesachie Lake; 38.2 
San Juan Bay, herring. 

Frank Eddy, Honeymoon Bav 

32.12, 26.0, 28.0, San Juan Bay, her 
ring. 

Brent Rowland, Lake Cowichan 

23.5, 23.7, 25.5, San Juan Bav. her 
ring. 

lorie Thomas, Port Renfrew; 27.10 
San Juan Bav, herring 
Joe Savsell, Lake Cowichan; 33.4 
San Juan Bav, herring 
Keith McOuillah, Lake Cowichan 

35.5, San Juan Bay, herring 
William Monych, Youbou; 11.12 

15.6, San Juan Bay. minnow 

Joe Savsell, Lake Cowichan; 24.12 
San Juan Bay. herring 
Garrett Warmink. Noble Fort, Al 
berta; 27.0, San Juan Bav, herring 
Bert Dodd, Honeymoon Bay; 19.9 

27.9, San Juan Bay, Strip Teaser 
Greg Spaven; 19.8, San Juan Bav 

Strip Teaser 

Ross Forrest, Lake Cowichan 

23.13, San Juan Bav. herring * 
Garrv'Warmink, Sioux Centre 

lowa. 32.10, San Juan Bav, herring 
Lou Witt, Lake Cowichan; 8 6,29.2 
San Juan Bay. Strip Teaser 
•Bonnie Haughland, Lake Cow 
chan; 22.14, 9.8. San Juan Bay, her 
ring 

Jim Elliott. Port Renfrew; 36.12 
San Juan Bav, herring. 

Jerry Hamilton, Lake Cowichan 
34*8, San Juan Bav, plug 
Frank Elliott, Port Renfrew; 32.10 

26.10, San Juan Bav, herring. 

Brian Dennis, Lake Cowichan. 23.4 

27.3, 32.2, San Juan Bay, herring. 

Rosemarie Dennis, Lake Cow 
chan. 17.2, San Juan Bay. herring 


JaniceGallaugher; 27.11,18.10,San 
Juan Bav, herring 
Bob Gallaugher; 28.9, San Juan 
Bay. herring. 

Joe Savsell, Lake Cowichan; 24.3, 
San Juan Bay, herring 
Benny Haughland, Lake Cowichan, 

19.8, San Juan Bav, herring 

Ryan Green, Port Renfrew; 15.8, 
San Juan Bav, herring 
Lou Witt. Lake Cowichan. 23.7, San 
Juan Bav, herring 
Wayne Marwood; 28.3, San Juan 
Bay. herring. 

Frank Eddy, Honeymoon Bav; 17.3, 

24.8, 26.3, 22.2, San Juan Bav. her 
ring. 

Brad Wilcox, Lake Cowichan. 1“2. 
20.10, San Juan Bav. herring 
Jim Elliott. Port Renfrew; 23.9, San 
Juan Bav, herring 
Danny McQuillan, Lake Cowichan, 
30 5, San Juan Bay, herring 
Maria Michielli. Lake Cowichan; 
22 7, San Juan Bav, herring. 

Dennis Borzak, Lake Cowichan. 
26 6, San Juan Bay, Strip Teaser 
Kelly Bergstrom. Lake Cowichan,- 

21.9, San Juan Bav, herring strip 
Lou Witt, Lake Cowichan; 21.3,7.11, 

San Juan Bay, Strip Teaser 
Ted Calvin; 21.2, San Juan Bav, 
herring. 

Tim Unsworth, Nanaimo; 29.2, San 
Juan Bav, herring 
Bonnie Haughland. Lake Cowi 
chan; 23 6, San Juan Bav,.herring. 
Woody Woodside, Lake Cowichan; 

27.10, 17.7, San Juan Bav, herring. 
Sunny Shores Resort 

Stacey Ripley; 7.0, Secretary Is 
land, minnow 

W. Wakeham, 5.0, Secretary Is¬ 
land, herring strip. 

Mrs. Gdrdon Williscroft; 6.0, 5.8, 
Otter Point, Radiant lure 
Gordon Williscroft; 5.8. Secretary 
Island, Radiant hootchie. 

Pacific Lions Marina 
E. Thompson; 5.8, pink, Beechev 
Head, Flashtail. 

Nick Chlllbeck; 7.0,6.8, pinks, Bee 
chev Head, Strip Teaser, minnow 

Colonist 

Bill Gibson, North Vancouver; 13.5, 
N a noose spar buoy, yellow Action 
Flashtail, Deep 6. 

James Bav Anglers 
C. Blake; 7.9, Brotchie Ledge, Radi 
ant Squirt. 

Tony Nowle; 6.2, Brotchie Ledge, 
red Radiant Squirt. 

J Melver, 5.4, Brotchie Ledge, 
white hootchie 

R Webb, 8.4. Brotchie Ledge, Radi 
ant Squirt. 

Darren Kelly; 5.10, 6.8, Beechev 
Head, gold hootchie. 

lan Bak; 5.4, Brotchie Ledge, hoot 
chie. 

E. Brownlee; 8.0, Race Rocks, 
Apex. 

W Boutiller; 6.9, Race Rocks, pink 
hootchie 

Nikki Marios. 8.10, Constance 
Banks. Buzz Bomb 
Ed Brownlee; 5.10, Race Rocks, 
Apex. 

Darren Kelly; 12J2, 5.8, Beechev 
Head, gold hootchie. 

R. A. Chuav, 5.10, 8.2, Brotchie 



Ledge. Mylar Needlefish. 

George Jenson. 14.4, Brotchie 
Ledge, Strip Teaser. 


Oak Bav Manna 

Harry Buckle; 5.5, Oak Bay flats. 
Strip Teaser 

GusTrikeriotis, 5.5, 5.0, Discovery 
Island, minnow 

Brian Beitel. Regina, Sask 88. 
Oak Bay flats, Super Strip Teaser. 

Canoe Cove Manna Service Station 

J. L Muirhead; 10.0, Fairfax Point, 
small Strip Teaser. 

Harvey's Sporting Goods 

G. R. Nunn; 9.8, Coal island, hoot 
chie. 

D. E Norburv; 10.0, Coal island, 
hootchie 


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land. Buzz Bomb. 

Bates Beach Boathouse 
Dorie Smith. Courtenay; 7.4, Bates 
Beach, Buzz Bomb 
bob McHale, Courtenay; 15.1, Bates 
Beach, Buzz Bomb 
Michael Kerwin, Bloomington. 
California; 7.1, Rex Field plug 
Miracle Beach Resort 
K. A. Buchanan; 6.3, Bennett Point, 
minnow. 

Dave Meredith; 16.12, Mudge Is 
land. 


John Cook: 8.13, Fairfax Polnl. Plr- 
ken. 

Gord Inglls; 6.11, Fairfax Point, 
minnow. 

M. Harvey; 5.9, Fairfax Point min¬ 
now. 

Chris West; 16.8, Moresby Island, 
Buzz Bomb. 

Murray Kosick; 20.12, Coal Island, 
Strip Teaser. 

Joyce McRae; 9.9, Fairfax Point, 
Deep Cove Marina 
Bud Butler; 20.4, Wain Rock, Buzz 
Bomb. 

James Lucas. Port Alberni; 9.12, 
Satellite Channel, pink hootchie 
William Lovell; 11.4, Wain Rock, 
Stingsilda. 

John Mollard; 5.0, Wain Rock, Strip 
Teaser. 

G. Gower; 5.4, Wain Rock, Stingsil- 
da. 

Art Rhodes Sport Fishing 

P. T. Maule; 7 14, 7.11, 7.4, 9.8, 7.14, 
7.8, 18.8, 9 4, 7.0, Brentwood Bav, 
McCurdy Point, Strip Teaser 
William Hamilton. Calgary, Alber 
ta; 9.0, Bambeiton, plug. 

Jim Killick; 12.0, 11.5, Bamberton, 
Strip Teaser 

V. Martin; 8.1, 5.6, Cols Bav, Strip 
Teaser. 

J. Pickering, Calgary, Alberta; 7.5, 
5.0, Brentwood Bay, Strip Teaser. 

R. Rees, Brentwood; 8.0,5.5, Brent¬ 
wood Bay, Strip Teaser. 

Sigurd Wintschiel; 14.0, Coles Bay, 
herring. 

Pier 66 

Hugh Reid, Cowichan Bay; 29.14, 
9.2, Sansum Narrow, Rip Tide 
M. D. Brown, Duncan; 19.0, Bold 
Bluff, herring. 

George Duncan, Duncan; 15.9, Bold 
Bluff, herring. 

J. A. Armand, Duncan; 17.0, TO O, 

5.12, 5.8, Bold Bluff, herring 

W Ketch, Duncan; 6.1, Bold Bluff, 
herring. 

Anchor Marina 

May Bishop. Shawmgan Lake. 

14.12, 7.0, Buriel Island, Strip Teas 


Danny Neubauer, 20.8, Sansum 
Narrows, plug cut herring. 

George Duncan. Duncan; 20.8, 
18 13, Bold Bluff, herring 
Mark Webster. Duncan; 13.0,10.12, 
6.8, Bold Bluff, plug cut herring. 

Mike Webster, Duncan; 5.10, Bold 
Bluff, plug cut herring. 

Brad Taylor, Cowichan Bay; 17.0, 
Cowichan Bav, herring. 

Schooner Cove Marina 
Doreen Willey, Cowichan Bav; 9.0, 
Amelia Island, green Flashtail. 

R Jenkyn, Nanoose Bav; 6.8, Yeo 
Island, Tom Mack. 

Don Hope, Courtenay. 17.0, Gerald 
Island. Norsesilda 
Jim Walker, Nanoose; 20 8. Yeo 
island. Buzz Bomb 
Crofton Hardware 
Les Valley, Crofton, 21.10, Active 
Pass, herring 

Terry Valiev, Crofton; 16.15. 16.11, 
7.15,6.2, Active Pass. 

Nootka Sound Sports Fishing 

Joe Grant, Portland. Ore.; 13.8,7.0, 

5.5, Gore Island, minnow 

Vaughn Michaud, Gold River; 12.0, 

8.6. Nootka Sound, Strip Teaser 

Qualicum Beach Marina 
Ward Bond, 17.0, 5.0, Lasqueti is- 


COHO 

Miracle Beach Resort 

K. A. Buchanan, 5.9, 7.0, 5.1, Ben 
nett Point, Ovster River, minnow 
Sheila Francis; 5.13, Millohatch Is 
land, hootchie. 

Bill Spelav; 5.13, Miracle Beach. 

Ken Buchanan, 5.6, 6.1, Miracle 
Beach, minnow. Stingsilda 
Svd Byrne; 6.3, Miracle Beach, 
Apex. 

Bales Beach Boathouse 

Robert Robertson, Lazo. 5.4, Bates 
Beach. 

Gary Flath, Courtenay; 5.11, Bates 
Beach, Buzz Bomb 
Milt McHale, Courtenay; 512. 5.0, 
Bates Beach, Buzz Bomb 
C. R. Stacey, Courtenay; 6 8, Bates 
Beach, red hootchie. 

John Huner, Courtenay, 5.2, Bates 
Beach, bucktail 

Bob Kelly, Lucknow, Ontario; 5.12, 
Bates Beach, Flashtail. 

A. McKenzie, Vancouver; 6.1, 
Bates Beach, hootchie. 

John Fontaine, Comox; 5 9, 5 3. 
Bates Beach, hootchie 
Tom H. Stewart, Riverside, Califor¬ 
nia; 5.3, Bates Beach. Buzz Bomb 
Stanley Stevenson, San Diego, Cali 
fornia; 5.9. Bates Beach, Buzz 
Bomb 

Dave Fvfe, Courtenay; 5.4, 6.0, 
Bates Beach, bucktail 
Michael Kerwin, Bloomington, 
California; 5.6, Bates Beach, Buzz 
Bomb. 

lan Stevenson, Courtenay; 7.4, 
Bates Beach, Buzz Bomb 
Stan Stevenson, Courtenay; 5.2, 
Bates Beach, Buzz Bomb 
Eve Garner, Bakersfield. Califor¬ 
nia; 5.13, Bates Beach, Buzz Bomb 
Qualicum Beach Marina 
H. Freedman, Vancouver, 5.2,Qua 
licum Beach, green Flashtail. 

M. Stovell. Qualicum Beach; 6.8, 
Qualicum Beach, silver spoon 
R G. Cooper. 5.10, 5.0, 5.2, 5.0, 
Qualicum Beach, herring. 

Judy Cooper; 6.2, 5.10, Lasqueti 
Island, herring. 

Laura Buchanan, Vancouver. 7.0, 
Lasqueti Island, green Flashtail 
M. Freedman; 5.14, Qualicum 
Beach, green Action Flashtail. 

Mary Fraser, Vancouver; 5.2, Qua¬ 
licum Beach, Flashtail. 

Lloyd Mosher, Qualicum; 5.4, 5.1, 
Eagle Crest, green, white hootchie 
Ward Bond. 5.0, 5.3. Lasqueti Is¬ 
land. Buzz Bomb. 

Coho King Enterprises 
Clift Huber, Grande Prairie, Alber¬ 
ta; 6.0, Norris Rock, squid. 

Nootka Sound Sports Fishing 
Joe Grant, Portland, Ore.; 9.0, Gore 
Jsland, minnow. 

Vaughn Michaud, Gold River; 
10.10, Nootka Sound, Strip Teaser. 
Sunset Cove Trailer Park 

L Schitfelers. Port Alberni; 6.0,6 4, 
Ballenas Island. Spring King 
M Rurka Port Albcrm; 8.0. Bal 
lenas Island. Spring Kino. 

Geoff Meish, Pmcher Creek. Alber 
ta; 7.8, 7 0, 6.12, spar buov. blue 
Flashtail , 

C. Van Ryk. Pincher Creek, Alber 
ta; 7.8, 7.4, 6.4, spar buoy, green 
hootchie 

Svi Burkard; 6 0, 6 8. Qualicum 
Bav. Flashtail. 

T w. Moss; 6.0. 6 8, mouth Of Big 
Qualicum River. Flashtail. 

Schooner Cove Marina 

R. Jenkyn, Nanoose Bav; 6.0, 6.3, 
Yeo Island. Tom Mack. 

Amy Gaigbraith, Parksville; 5.4, 
Yeo island. 

Bill Cross. Ladysmith; 6.2, 6.0,6.3, 

5.4, Yeo island 
Crofton Hardware 

Les Valiev, Crofton; 6.1, Porlier 
Pass, bucktail. 

Rhodes Sport Fishing 
R. Rees, Brentwood; 7.5,6.5, Brent 
wood Bav. Strip Teaser 
J Pickering, Calgary, Alberta, 7.2, 

6.5. Brentwood Bay. Strip Teaser 
Sig Wintschiel; 5.2, herring. 

Peter T. Maule; 7.11,5.4,6.2, Brent 

wood Bav, hootchie, plug. 

Deep Cove Marina 
G Gower; 5.0, 5.8, 5.4. Wain Rock. 
Stingsilda. 

Royal Oak Automotive 

A. M. Chandler. 6.2, Saxe Point. 
Spring King lure. 

Jack Grislev; 6 5. 5.5, Tumbo is¬ 
land, Super Strip Teaser. 

University Heights Esso 

Ted Harris, 5.4, Otter Point, Super 
Strip Teaser 


Mermaid Charters 

I Ottosen; 6.4, 5.8, 5.2, 5.3, Albert 
Head. Clover Point, anctwvv 
S. Ottosen; 9.2,6.8,6.6,6.1, Brotchie 
Ledge, Flagpole, anchovy. Strip Teas 
er, bucktail, green hootchie. 

Pedder Bay Marina 
Joe Smith; 7.0/ 5.0, Pedder Bav, 
Strip Teaser 

Olie Johnston; 5.8,7.0,8.0.7.0, Race 
Rocks, hootchie. 

Rob RedecopD. Z.0, 8.0, Race 
Rocks, hootchie 

Steele Smith; 7.0, 7.0, Pedder Bay, 
Strip Teaser 

G. A Mills; 7.5, 6.0, Pedder Bav. 
hootchie. 

Jim MacIntyre; 7.0, Race Passage. 
Strip Teaser. 

Vlrglnlo Achadinha; 7.8. light¬ 
house, Strip Teaser 
Jack Taylor; 5.4, Race Rocks, hoot 
chie. 

Robert Hubbard; 5.8, 6.8, Race 
Rocks, pink hootchie. 

Ole Johnston; 7.4, 6.0, 7.8, Race 
Rocks, hootcie. 

David Saxon; 7,0, 6.8, 6.0, 5.0, Ped 
der Bav, hootchie 

H. I. Banks, 6.0, 6.8, Pedder Bay, 
Radiant Squirt 

James Pleet; 5.0, Pedder Bav, Strip 
Teaser 

O Watson; 5.0, 8.0, kelp bed. hoot 
chie. 

Bill Cuff; 60, Pedder Bay, Strip 
Teaser. 

Konrad Samer; 5.8, Pedder Bav. 
Strip Teaser 

W. Hughes; 5.4, Race Passage, 
hootchie. 

Jim Hawkins; 7.0, 5.8, Pedder Bav, 
Strip Teaser. 

Reberta McAndrews; 5.2, Race 
Rocks, green hootchie. 

Terry Porteous; 5.0, 7.0, kelp bed, 
squid 

David Saxon; 7.5,6.0, Pedder Bay, 
hootchie. 

Mike Bacon; 8.0. 5.0, Pedder Bav 
Strip Teaser. 

Dave Bacon; 8.0, 5.8, Pedder Bav, 
Strip Teaser. 

Ron McDowell; 5.0, 6.0, 6.0, 7.0, 
Church Rock, hootchie. 

Bill Cuff; 7.0, 5.0, 6.0, Pedder Bay, 
Strip Teaser. 

Jim Gllks; 7.8, 6.8, Pedder Bav, 
Strip Teaser. 

Phil Norton; 5.6, 5.0, Secretary Is¬ 
land, pink hootchie 
Phil Cornforth; 6.0, 6.0, Race Pas 
sage, hootchie. 

John Berkes; 5.12,5.6, 5.0, 5.0, kelp 
bed, Strip Teaser 
K. R. Van Horn; 5.0, Pedder Bav, 
Pirken. 

Beth Baker, Vancouver; 5.8, Ped 
der Bav, Buzz Bomb 
Joanne Knoles. 7.4, Race Rocks, 
hootchie. 

Bryon Waddell; 8.0, Race Rocks, 
anchow 

Ann Cambrev; 9.0, kelp bed. Strip 
Teaser. 

P. B. Murphy; 6.8, kelp bed, min 
now. 

Russ Clifford; 5.0, kelp bed, Tom 
Mack. 

D Watson. 7 8. 7.0,7.0, 7.0, Church 
Rock, hootchie 

Ed Giesbrecht, Winnipeg; 7.8, 6.4, 
Race Rocks, Spring King 
W Palamar; 5.0, Race Rocks, 
Spring King. 

Bill Cuff; 7.0, 7.0, 5.0, Pedder Bav. 
Strip Teaser 

B Dr age. 5 0,6.0, 5.0, Pedder Bav, 
Strip Teaser 

Rene Bouchard; 6.8, Race Rocks, 
pink hootchie 

Fred Pritchard; 5.8, Race Rocks. 
Strip Teaser. 

William Hawkms; 6.0. Race Rocks. 
Strip Teaser 

Roberta McAndrews, 5.1, 5.4. 
Church Rock, hootchie 
Audrey Goddard; 7.0, Pedder Bay. 
hootchie.- 

Jaimie Pritchard. 5.0, kelp bed. 
Buzz Bomb 

H. Me Adam, 8.8, Race Passage, 
hootchie. 

S. Lee. 7.0, Race Passage, hoot 
chie. 

Dick Smith; 5.8, Race Passage, 
Strip Teaser. 

Doreen Smith; 5.0, Race Passage. 
Radiant Squirt. 

Dick Pringle; 7.7, Beechev Head, 
Spring King. 

Helen Pringle; 5.6. Church Rock, 
red Hot Spot. 

Sandy Kmghorn; 7.4,5.4,8.3, Rocky 
Point. Flashtail. 

Emily Maxwell; 5.8, Race Rocks, 
Strip Teaser. 

Jim Maxwell; 5.6, Pedder Bay, 
Strip Teaser 

R D'Gal, 5.4,5 0, Race Rocks, Strip 
Teaser 

Michael Porlier. 6.4, Raje Rocks, 


AFTERNOON 
AND EVENING 
CLASSES IN 
INTERIOR 
DECORATING 



Joseph Egoyan 


Once again the fascinating studv of interior decorating will be 
introduced to vou by theoretical and practical analysis. These 
be held f 


lectures will be held in the store and also supplemented by 
on location studies in Selected homes including a visit to the 
residence of Mr. Egoyan to discuss the problems arising in 
furniture arrangement, color schemes, lighting, styles, 
theme, drapery and carpet selection and proper use of 
pictures ana accessories. 

Mr. Joseph Egoyan. B.A.ED., your instructor, is well quali¬ 
fied with extensive theoretical and practical knowledge. He is 
a graduate from the Art Institute of Chicago and California 
College of Arts and Crafts, has taught at Oakland Tech. High, 
Calif., the American College in Cairo and the Evening Adult 
Education program in Victoria. In addition, he has a wealth of 
practical experience jn retail fields as proprietor of Ego Arts 

for eis‘ 

exhibit . . ____ 

U.A.R and U S A. He won first prize in Vancouver Island Jury 
Show at the Art Gallery of Victoria, also a one-man show was 
displayed at The Victoria Provincial Museum, The Burnaby 
Art Gallery and is now at Ego Interiors. 

For the past fifteen years this course in interior decorating 
has been given by Mr. Egoyan twice yearly in three separate 
classes each week. At an average of twenty students in each 
class, more than a thousand students have taken the course to 
date. 

THE CLASSES WILL BE HELD TUESDAY AFTERNOONS. 
FROM 1 TO 2:31 P.M. AND ALSO EVENINGS ON MONDAY 
OR WEDNESDAY 7:31 to • P.M. 


CLASSES START SEPTEMBER 24th, 25th, and 28th at EGO 

QF m , E LfcCTuggg 0NCE 


INTERIORS. TOTAL COST < 
A WEEK, $25.M. 


eqo \ft\ex\ors 




1028 FORT ST. (Near Cook) 
Phone 382-3200 


WELCOME TO TWO KLOORS OF MODERN DE¬ 
SIGNS. FURNITURE (teak. Living room, dining room 
and bedroom). LAMPS (Floor lamps, table lamps, 
swag and wall lamps) KITCHEN AND DINNER- 
WARE (Holloware, glassware, flatware, bowls and 
casseroles, etc.) FAB RICS (dr apery, upholstery, cush¬ 
ions mats, napkins) GIFT ITEMS (Ceramics, mobiles, 
jewellery, toys). DECORATIVE ACCESSORIES 


(Paintings, sculpture, vases basketware, ornaments.) 
AND MUCH MORE — COME IN AND SEE. 


Dave Cropp; 5.1, Race Rocks, hoot 
ehie. 

Pacific Lions Marina 

,Vicki Page; 5.0, Beechev Head, 
pink Radiant Sauirt. 
i Bruce Duffus; 7.8, Beechev Head, 
hootchie 

- t4al Halikowski; 6.8, 5.8, 5.8, Secre 
tarV Island, red spoon 
Jack Ratcliffe, 6.8, Pacific Lions, 
hootchie 

Gord Harvev; 6.8, Beechev Head, 
hootchie. 

Stephen Ottewell; 5.4, 6.4, Beechev 
Head, Strip Teaser. 

D F. Martin; 8.2, Beechev Head, 
hootchie. 

Steve Stone. 10.0, 7.0, 6.0, 5.0. Bee 
chev Head, hootchie 
Mary Henson; 10.0, Beechev Head, 
anchovy. 

Bill Varcoe, 10.8. Beechev Head, 
anchow. 

George Wetherell; 5.0, Beechev 
Head, anchovy. 

A. Jordon; 6.0, 7.0, Beechev Head, 
minnow. 

E. Thompson; 6.0, 6.0, 5.0, 5.0, 5.0, 
5.0, 7.0, Beechev Head, Flashtail. 

Melvin Gillie; 9.0, 6.0, Beechev 
Head, anchow. 

M. Grav; 5.8.6.0,5.0,8.0. Secretary 
island, red Krippled K. 

Dave Thomson; 6 8, 5.8, 5.0, Secre 
tarv Island, trap shack, gold Radiant 
Squirt, anchovy. 

B McMillan; 7.4, 5.3. Aldridge 
Point, Beechev Head, pink hootchie 
H. P. Rollin; 80, Beechev Head, 
Super Strip Teaser 
Norm Baker; 7.4, trap shack, an 
chow. 

Gwen Stone; 7.0, Beechev Head, 
hootchie. 

Ted Chartres. 8.0, 7.0, 6.0, Secre¬ 
tary island, Flashtail 
Jim Dickson; 5.8, 5.12, trap shack, 
anchow 

Jack Stone; 6.0, Beechev Head, an • 
chow. 

Joyce Chilibeck; 5.8, 7.0, Beechev 
Head, minnow 

Wayne Thompson; 5.0,6.0, Aldridge 
Point, hootchie. 

Butch Ralph; 8.0, Beechev Head, 
squid. 

Bess Day; 6.0, Beechev Head, Rhys 
Davis Minnow Teaser 
Terry Day. 9.0, Beechev Head, 
Rhys Davis Minnow Teaser 
Stan Ratcliffe; 6.0,5.5,6.0, Beechev 
Head, hootchie. 

Dillon Hoskins. 6.0, Beechev Head, 
white, green hootchie. 

S. Koth; 5.0, trap shack, Strip Teas 


Super Strip Teaser 

Magnus Lilligard; 5.6, Race Rocks 
omk hootchie 

Len Handlev; 6.2. Beechev Head, 
hootchie. 

John Prior. 7.4. Beechev Head, 
blue, green hootchie. 

Norm Dawe; 5.8. Church Rock, 
hootchie. 

R Paterson; 8.0, Race Rocks, Strip 
Teaser. 


Graham Sanders; 5.8, trap shack, 
Needlefish. 

Stan Ratcliffe; 6.0, 6.8, Beechev 
Head, hootchie. 

A. Jordan; 6.0, 7.0, Becher Bav, 
minnow 

George Dayis; 9.8, 7.0, Pacific * 
Lions. -» 

Carole Walters. 8.8, Beechev Head, 
Strip Teaser 

Gary Ralfs; 9.8, 8.8, trap shafck. 
anchow. 

Dan Burback; 8.8, Sooke. S»r,ip 
Teaser 

E. G Campbell; 6.0, 7.8, 5.8, Otter 
Point, hootchie. 

Brian Busby. 5.8, 6.4, 5.0, Beechev 
Head, Strip Teaser. 

Gorden Orr, Leduc. Alberta; .7.0. 
5.8, 5.8, Beechev Head, hootchie 

Blanche Mackereth; 5.0, 5.0, trab 
shack. Strip Teaser 

Ron EbbsCanavan; 9.8, 7.0, Bee 
chev Head, Strip Teaser. 

G. W. Scott, Cowichan Station; 5.8. 
5.8, 6.0, 6.8, Pacific Lions 

Gary Elander; 7.8,5.0, Becher B^y, 
Strip Teaser 

• G. Ells; 7 8, 5.8, Pacific Lions 

Patt Elander; 7.8, Becher Bav. 
Strip Teaser. 

J. Driebergen, 7.0, 6.0, Padtie 
Lions. 

Jerry Ammstead. 7.0, Pacific 
Lions. •• J 


L Armstrong, 6.8, Beechev Head, 
anchow. 4 


G. Carrington, 6.9. Sooke. boot 
chie. 

S. H. Roth, 5 0. Becher Bav. hooi 
chie 

Bob Wakeham; 7.8, Beechev Hoag. 
Strip Teaser. 

H. M. Roth; 5.4, Becher Bav,Hoot 
chie 

M. Greenberg; 6.0, 7.4, 5.0, Pacific 
Lions. 

George Mackereth; 6.4, trap shack. 
Strip Teaser. 

Jim Dow; 6. 0. 5.0, Beechev Head, 
Spring King.. 

Doug Grant, 8.0, Beechev Head, 
Spring King 

G Garrlngton; 6.4, 6.0, 6.0/7.8, 
Sooke, hootchie 

G. P. Heinekev; 9.8, Becher Bav, 
Strip Teaser. 

Bob Hammer; 6.8, Church Rock, 
Strip Teaser 

D. Ricard; 5 12, 6.8, 6.4, Bcechpv 
Head, Strip Teaser 

D A Davison; 6 8,5.0,9.8, Beechev 
Head, hootchie 

Paul Davis; 8.8, Beechev Head. 
Strip Teaser 


E Stewart, 7.8, Pacific Lions 

Jack Lindlev; 6.0/ Beechev Head, 
Strip Teaser 

Derek Deveson; 7.0, 5.0, 5.0, Bee 
chey Head, hootchie. 

Dorothy Fetterley; 6 0, Beechev 
Head, pink Radiant Squirt. 

E. R Martin, 7 8, Pacific Lions. 

Blanche Mackereth; 5.0, 5.0, trap 
shack. Strip Teaser 

George Mackereth; 6.4/ trap shack, 
Strip Teaser. 

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New gas fear 
drives Indians 


from village 


VANCOUVER (CP) — Members of (he Blueberry In 
dian band have once again fled their homes to a crowded, 
ill-equipped tenl town in (he bush, fearful of a gas well which 
covered their village in a cloud of poisonous fumes-three 
weeks ago. 

Rand counsellor Eddie Aspassin said that the Indians 
fled to (he bush again following unconfirmed reports that 
the well which ruptured July 18 was lo resume production. 

Aspassin said (hat his people would remain in the 
mosquito-infested bush of northwest B. C. until Ihcir village 
was relocated or the gas Wells around it were shut down. 

"We don't want to live in that valley while the gas Wells 
are operating," Aspassin said in an interview al (lie head¬ 
quarters of the Union of B.C. Indian Chiefs 

The rupture was only the climax of mounting concern 
among (he Blueberry band over the long-term effects of 
lesser amounts of sour gas which escape from the well. 

"People smell the sour gas when (he west wind blow s 
and really bad in the evening — it reminds them of the 
poisonous cloud coming down on (hem and they don't want to 
go back to their houses,” Aspassin said. 

"The kids have to walk through the w ells on their w ay to 
school and they're just in and out of hospital. Most of them 
have sore throats and are coughing ail the time," 

The rupture occurred during a procedure called track 
ing in which sand is forced into a wi ll to increase pressure 
and force the gas out faster. A valve opened too soon and 
allowed sand to enter a pipe which immediately ruptured. 
No one was on the scene so the leak went undetected tirttil a 
cloud of poisonous hydrogen sulfide enveloped the village. 

Men, women and children fled into the bush and^cuip 
camp in tents provided by the well’s owner, KildonmMpil 
Services Ltd. of Calgary. 

“My uncle saw the poison coming through the Ireesjjni 
if it had been al night and our people were slceping,'Thc\ 
would not have woken up." Aspassin said. 

"1 asked one of the men from the well, 'What are you 
trying to do, kill us Indians?' and he just laughed.” 

George Manuel, president of the union of Indian chiefs, 
said federal health authorities have for the last eight months 
ignored the Blueberry band's requests to deal with the air 
pollution problems caused by the gas wells. 

"Indians are at the bottom of this government's priority 
list," he charged. 

“If this had been an emergency evacuation of another 
town, you can be sure the federal health authorities would 
act,” Manuel said. 


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THE COLONIST, Sat,, August 4, 1979 21 


Quebec doctors prickly over non-practitioners 


By CRAIG TOOMEY 

MONTREAL (CP) — Acu¬ 
puncture. the ancient Chi¬ 
nese technique of using nee¬ 
dles to treat a variety of 
illnesses, is a booming busi¬ 
ness in Quebec, yet most of 
those who practise it in the 
province are doing so illegal- 
ly- 

That’s because while acu¬ 
puncture has been legal in 
Quebec for more than V/i 
years, there are no regu¬ 
lations governing the train¬ 
ing and practice of acupunc¬ 
ture by non-physicians, as 
required by law. 

UNTIL TIIE regulations 
are implemented, medical 
and government officials ac¬ 
knowledge that virtually 
anyone can call himself an 
acupuncturist and set up 
shop. 

Andre Desgagnc. presi¬ 
dent of the Quebec Profess¬ 
ions Board, responsible for 
overseeing professional 
groups, says there now are 
about 100 non-medical acu¬ 
puncturists plying their 
trade in the province. 

.It's a dangerous situation 

and we obviously can't let 
them (non-physicians) con¬ 
tinue to practise illegally,” 
he said in a recent interview. 
"Bui we’re hoping to have 
regulations in force soon." 


poration of Physicians of 
Quebec. 

The corporation submitted 
proposed regulations to the 
Quebec government last 
May which would put acu¬ 
puncturists under control of 
the medical establishment. 

Under the proposals, acu¬ 
puncturists would have to 
take examinations drawn up 
by the corporation, submit to 
regular inspections and treat 
only patients who have been 
referred by a qualified doc¬ 
tor. 

DR. AUGUSTIN Roy. the 
\ corporation’s president, 
^says the proposals arc de- 
si*gVred not to stop 
non-physicians from practis¬ 
ing acupuncture but rather 
to weed out incompetent 
practitioners and prevent 
the public from being ex¬ 
ploited. 

"We want to make acu¬ 
puncture available to the 
public but we also want it to 
be safe,” he says, adding 
that the effectiveness of 
acupuncture has never been 
scientifically proven. 

Dr. Roy warned in an in¬ 
terview that unless an 
agreement between the two 
parties is reached soon, the 
corporation may have to 
take action against 
non-physicians. 


THE LONG delay in pass¬ 
ing the regulations is a result 
of an onguing battle between 
non medical acupuncturists 
and the Professional Cor- 


'WE’RE CLOSING our 
eyes for now but we can't 
tolerate the situation much 
longer," he says. "It could 
be dangerous to close our 
eyes for too long." 


Seafood dish 
cool bargain 

MONTREAL (CP) — Compared to TV dinners, 
they’re expensive. 

But compared to the high cost of restaurant dining. 

,i new collection of frozen, rcady-lo-hcat seafood dishes 
is a bargain 

Prank Fuoco. president of Jean Talon Fish Lid . 
cites by way of example the habit of three — sometimes 
four — Montreal couples who each weekend spend $75 to 
SyitO on his ' homemade delicacies" — as the packages 
'put it. 

Adding appropriate wine, the group then enjoys an 
easy, leisurely dinner in a private home, “with no wait¬ 
er rushing I hem through a meal,” Fuoco says. 

Even if the shrimp cocktail is $2.99 per serving, 
stuffed clams $3.39 a dozen, lobster tails for two $7.99 
and four baby kebabs of seafood and vegetables $7.79, 
the total dinner price is far below the cost of a compar¬ 
able meal in a top-rated fish and seafood restaurant, he 
says. 

So far, Fuoco and his brother Joe, who established 
.the business three years ago. are selling an assortment 
of frozen dishes in Montreal chainstorcs, independent 
and speciality food stores. 

And although the Fuoeos are beginning to tackle the 
lucrative Ontario market, they have rejected a take¬ 
over offer from a company which would have sold their 
products coast-to-coast, and.resisted — at least for now 
— nibbles of interest from U.S. buyers. 

“We’re a family business an our products have to be 
• says Joe Fuoco. 

As an example of their insistence on quality, he ges¬ 
tures to their fresh-fish shop which was their first busi¬ 
ness venture when it opened 16 years ago. 

“I’m not carrying fresh haddock right now," he 
says, "even though customers ask for it. I simply can’t 
get top quality." 

A quality fish shop should offer freshness first and 

variety second, he says. 

In the frozen ready-to-heat area of the firm, the 
whole family is involved. 

Richard Fuoco, Joe’s 4-year-old son, was helping 
package stuffed snail shells in moulded plastic trays on 
M recent day, while Robert, Frank’s son, age 18, turned 
salesman in the shop. 


Your Good Health 


Dear Dr. Donohue: I notice 
that even in otherwise spot¬ 
less homes that the cutting 
blade of can openers are 
often crusted with spoiled 
food. Could it be that some 
.stomach disorders may be 
caused by the particles of 
spoiled food falling from the 
blades? — Mrs. M.F. 

It's possible, and a good 
yi)iiil to keep in mind. Il is 
ww to keep the blades as 
I Iffln as one would any cook- 
jtfgmlensil. 

Dear Dr. Donohue: Just 
curious. What does a doctor, 
5 see when he looks with his 
instrument inside the ear? — 
N.N: 

The instrument is an oto¬ 
scope. It projects a beam of 
light and the ear structures 
are viewed through its mag¬ 
nifying glass. He may be 
able to tell (by bulges) 


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Acupuncturist Nexu insists ‘there will be no compromise ’ 


But non-medical acupunc¬ 
turists insist they should be 
allowed to ply their trade 
without intervention from 
the medical profession. 

The most fervent opponent 
to the medical profession’s 
proposals is Oscar Nexu, 
president of the Quebec As¬ 
sociation of Acupuncturists, 
which has about 85 mem¬ 
bers. 

NEXU, WHO claims to 
have single-handedly intro¬ 
duced acupuncture to Can¬ 
ada more than 20 years ago. 


insist? "there can be no com¬ 
promise" with the medical 
profession. 

“The corporation is out to 
enslave us,” the short, in¬ 
tense man said in a recent 
interview at his busy east- 
end clinic, where hundreds 
of patients turn up daily for 
an $18 treatment. 

Nexu said the medical pro¬ 
fession "wants to destroy 
us’’ because it fears the 
growing popularity of acu¬ 
puncture may cut into their 
profits. 

NEXU’S association has 


been subject to police raids 
and more than $100,000 in 
fines during the last 12 years 
for offering the speciality. 

The Romanian-born Nexu 
is convinced acupuncture 
could be the medicine of the 
future. 

“Quebec could become one 
of the most advanced coun¬ 
tries in the world once acu¬ 
puncture, chiropractry and 
physiotherapy are practised 
freely without intervention 
by the medical corporation, 
which is only concerned with 
its own members.” » 


ann 

landers 


Dear Ann Landers: I got 

this catalog in the mail and 
the letter attached said even 
if I don’t order anything, I 
have a chance to win a lot of 
money just because I sent 
for the catalog. (I didn’t 
order anything.) 

My husband called me a 
“dummy.” He claims I can’t 
win unless 1 buy something. 
According to him, my entry 
will go into an automatic 
wastebasket. His final words 
were, “If you don’t believe 
me, ask Ann Landers.” 

So, I’m asking Ann 
Landers. The contest is run 
by Donnelly Corporation, a 
reputable company. I say 
there are laws which make 
them pay if your name is 
drawn even if you don’t buy 
anything. Am I right or 
wrong? — A Gambler At 
Heart 

Dear Heart: I contacted 
the state’s attorney's office, 
consumer fraud division, 
and was told the following: 

All contests and lotteries 
are contractual arrange¬ 
ments. Read the rules care¬ 


fully. They are considered 
binding. 

Some states outlaw con¬ 
tests altogether. Other 
states have strict rules that 
must be adhered to. There 
arc no federal rules in re¬ 
gard to contests. If the rules 
say you don’t have to buy 
anything in order to.win — 
you don’t. 

It might be useful to know 
that some people are profes¬ 
sional contestants. It’s more 
than a hobby — it’s a career. 
Through years of experience 
they have learned how to 
make their entries appealing 
to the judges. These people 
repeatedly win an astonish¬ 
ing number of the big 
prizes.' 

Dear Ann Landers: Can 

you help with what seemed 
like an unimportant detail 
but has now turned into a 
serious in-law problem — 
and I’m not even married 
yet. 

I ordered the wedding in¬ 
vitations printed up and did 
not include my in-laws’ 
names on them. It says. 


Bulletin Board 


whether there is fluid from 
the inside pressing against 
the drum, or if there is in¬ 
flammation or perforation. 

Dear Dr. Donohue: I am 
recently married. Since then 
I have had bladder prob¬ 
lems. My doctor called it 
“honeymoon cystitis." Well, 
the honeymoon is over (two 
months) and so should the 
cystitis, I'd hope. What's 
wrong? — Mrs. P.R. 

Many brides experience 
this. The sexual activity may 
bring irritation that can 
cause swelling and sorness 
with urination. There may 
be a mild degree of infection. 
One would think your symp¬ 
toms would have subsided by 
now. Be examined again. 
Meanwhile drink lots of liq¬ 
uids and urinate as soon 
after intercourse as pos¬ 
sible. 


Garden City Pensioners 
meeting at 1 p.m. Tuesday in 
Centennial United Church 
hall, 649 Gorge Road East. 

PENSIONERS 

OAP No. 1 meeting at 1:30 
p.m. Tuesday in hall, 1600 
Government. Tickets for 
PNE available at meeting. 

TOASTMASTERS 

Beaver Toastmaster Club 
will discuss alternatives to 
energy sources at 8 p.m. 
Tuesday on Public Forum 
show, Channel 10. Moderator 
is Alan Willis. 


AMORC 

Rosicrucian Order, 
AMORC, convocation and 
lecture entitled Rosicrucian 
Memorial Day at 7:30 p.m. 
Wednesday at 1620 Fern- 
wood. All Rosicrucians wel¬ 
come. For information 
phone 381-5269 or write Box 
372, Victoria, V8W 2N2. 

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ACUPUNCTURE, Nexu 
. insists, can improve or cure 
nearly any condition. 

Modern medicine, on the 
other hand, “is nothing but 
crookery.” 

“Chemotherapists,” as 
Nexu prefers to call doctors, 
"don’t know the first thing 
about treating sick people, 
except to poison them with 
pills." 

Nexu says his association 
should represent all 
non-medical acupuncturists 
in Quebec and be responsible 
for enforcing teaching and 
practise standards. 

“HOW CAN medical doc¬ 
tors give exams to acupunc¬ 
turists when they know noth¬ 
ing about it? Would you ask a 
plumber to give an exam to 
an electrician?” he asks. 

Spokesmen for other acu¬ 
puncture organizations in 
Quebec, however, don’t 
quite agree with Nexu’s 
hard-line stance. 

While they oppose some of 
the regulations proposed by 
the corporation, they say 
some co-operation with the 
medical profession is .neces¬ 
sary. 

"Acupuncture should be 
like any other profession and 
we should have our own in¬ 
dependent body that works 
in co-operation with the cor¬ 
poration," says David Liou, 
president of the Order of 
Acupuncturists of Quebec. 

LIOU, A native Taiwan, 


"Jane Doe, daughter of Mr. 
and Mrs. Harry Doe . . . will 
join hands in holy matrimo¬ 
ny with William Smith. ..". 

etc. 

When my fiance's mother 
heard that their names were 
left off the invitation, she 
was extremely upset. Inci¬ 
dentally, my folks are pay¬ 
ing all the wedding ex¬ 
penses. May I hear from you 
right away? — Tired Of All 
The Nonsense 

Dear Tired: The names of 
the groom’s parents do not 
usually appear on the wed¬ 
ding invitations. However, 
according to Tish Bal¬ 
dridge's excellent book on 
etiquette, Jewish couples al¬ 
most always list the names 
of both parents. 

In recent years, some cou¬ 
ples have wanted to give the 
groom’s parents a more ac¬ 
tive role in the ceremony and 
have opted to list their 
names on the invitations. 

Dear Ann landers: We 

raised three children. Our 
youngest is now 22. Each 


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said examinations are a good 
idea "but what will be the 
standard for them since 
medical doctors don’t know 
much about acupunc¬ 
turists?” 

The Order, established in 
1974 in co-operation with the 
Peking Medical School, rep¬ 
resents about 17 practising 
members in Quebec, 

Liou, uhlike Nexu, admits 
there are limitations to the 


uses of acupuncture, de¬ 
scribing it as a “useful tool to 
health. 

Henri Solimas, head of the 
Canadian Institute of Acu¬ 
puncture, suggests a special 
committee be set up within 
the medical corporation to 
supervise acupuncturists. 
But acupuncturists should 
draw up their own exams 
and have over all control of 
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child was extremely rebel¬ 
lious during the teen years. 
Two were in trouble with the 
police. 

We were hard-working, 
honorable people and spent 
endless hours trying to 
straighten them out. We 
were neither too strict nor 
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rules WITH them so they 
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MONTREAL (CP) — Trees were uprooted, pleasure 
boats overturned and a woman struck by lightning Thursday 
when an electrical storm with winds gusting to 100 kilo¬ 
metres tore through the west end of Montreal Island. 

"It’s not Impossible that it was a tornado," said a 
weather official at Oorval airport. “But it didn’t act 
like most of them." 

INSTEAD OF THE CIRCULAR effect common to twist¬ 
ers, this storm appeared to whistle straight across the 
island, creating what meteorologists call a "tunnel effect” 
as it swept along. 

Police reported no fatalities although a woman was 
treated in hospital after she was struck by lightning 
while crossing the street. 

The storm snapped several power lines, briefly cut¬ 
ting electrical service to more than 22,000 homes, and 
a preliminary estimate placed property damage in the 
thousands. 

V 

IT ALSO FORCED THREE rain delays totalling nearly 
four hours at a baseball game between Montreal Expos and 
Chicago Cubs. 

"I had one hell of a day today," said Expos left field¬ 
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U.S. airline 
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‘fall sale’ 


MONTREAL (CP) - 
American Airlines has filed 
a protest with the Civil Aero¬ 
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agaiitst Air Canada’s fall 
seat sale, Air Canada said 
Friday. 

The protest, contained in a 
telegram to the board from 
American Airlines 
vice-president William 
Stewart Jr., asks the C.A.B. 
to refuse Air Canada permis¬ 
sion to offer its discount 
prices on U.S. routes "until 
American's Super Saver and 
discount coupon fares are 
accepted by the Canadian 
government." 

The U.S. airline contends 
the AirCanada discounts are 
unfair competition because 
the Canadian transport com¬ 
mission won't approve the 
special discounts being of¬ 
fered by American Airlines 
and some of its U.S. carriers 
for travel to this country. 

The Air Canada fall sale, a 
follow-up to the highly-suc- 
cessfpl spring sale, slashes 
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Until the board acts on Un- 
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“it's business as usual for 
the seat sale," Air Canada 
spokesman Barrie Wall said. 
Agents will continue to sell 
the discount tickets to U.S. 
destinations. 

Both American and CP 
Air, Air Canada’s major 
competitor in Canada, 
matched the crown-owned 
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the spring sale. CP Air isn't 
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American threatened to 
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Air Canada officials react¬ 
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"It is lamentable that at a 
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Guy Chiasson, Air Canada's 
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"I’d have thought any ef¬ 
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Fences are the restrictions 
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It was not immediately 
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THE ACES 


® 

IRA G. CORN. JR. 


- W* - . 


"It is more important to 
know where you are going 
than to get there quickly. 
Do not mistake activity for 
achievement .” - Mabel 
Newcomber. 


It was right for declarer 
to be active with today's 
trump suit. However, ac¬ 
tivity alone did not do it. 
Declarer should have 
thought about where he 
was going. 

South jilmped to game 
over the negative response 
because the partnership 
had agreed that a simple 
rebid of one’s first suit 
could be passed after a 
demand bid and a negative 
response. An effective 
treatment that has my 
endorsement. 

The defense led hearts 
and declarer ruffed the 
second round. It was time 
for activity In the trump 
suit, so declarer banged 
down his king of trumps. 
West won the ace and later 
East scored two more 
trump tricks and the game 
went one down. Obviously, 
the bidding had been better 
than the play. 

Had declarer thought 
about where he was going, 
he would have seen that 
there was no legitimate 
chance to avoid two trump 
losers even if the trumps 
were split 3-2. However, if 
the trumps were 4-1 and if 
the ace were singleton .... 

And that's where the an¬ 
swer is. Declarer should 
lead a low trump instead of 
an honor after ruffing the 
second heart. If trumps 
are Q-2, this play cannot 
matter. 


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2 ♦ Pass 2 NT Pass 

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Opening lead: King of 
hearts 


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trump king will drive out” 
the ace and declarer can 
safely pick up the other 
trump. When trumps are 4- 
1, the only legitimate 
chance is a singleton ace in 
either defender’s hand and 
the play of a low trump 
holds the losses to only two 
trump tricks. 


Bid with Corn 

South holds: 7-28-B 

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♦ Q J 9 6 3 

North South 

2 4 2 NT 

3 ♦ ? 

ANSWER: Four dia¬ 
monds. This is a very good 
hand for an original nega¬ 
tive response. The jump 
shows good playing 
strength, but the lack of 
high cards for a positive 
response. 


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nadian Radio television and 
Telecommunications Com¬ 
mission renewed Friday the 
licence of the CTV television 
network but said that the 
private network must in¬ 
crease considerably its Ca¬ 
nadian programming. 

The commission extended 
the network's licence to Sep¬ 
tember, 1982. the same ex¬ 
piry date as the crown- 
owned CBC. 

Before that time the regu¬ 
latory agency will look at the 
whole question of private 
and public broadcasting in 
Canada. 

The commission also said 
that CTV must do more to 
reflect the cultural life of 
Quebec. And It said it wants 
more children's program¬ 
ming. 

Thu commission also said 
that there will be a study 
group to look at the portrayal 
of women on television. It 
gave no details. 

It said the network has 
been highly successful in 
this decade in improving in- 
formatioh and sports' pro¬ 
gramming. It should be com¬ 
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of the news, public affairs 
and sports staff it has devel¬ 
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tinctive Canadian entertain¬ 
ment programming, par¬ 
ticularly in the field of 
drama.” 

The network now must 
strengthen programming in 
this area and show much of it 
during the prime-time 
period after 8 p.m. 

In the 1980-81 broadcasting 
year, the network must pro¬ 
duce 26 hours of original new 
Canadian drama. That must 
be increased to 39 hours the 
following year. 

The commission said it 
will not be enough for CTV to 
go into partnership with 
foreigners to produce shows. 
Canadian programming 
mustinvolvcdomestic Cana¬ 
dian production. 

In addition, the network 
must consider purchasing 
programs made by indepen¬ 
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In fact, 50 per cent of pilots 
for Canadian programs or 
series must be entirely Ca¬ 
nadian. 

“The primary orientation 
should be on Canadian 
themes and the contemplat¬ 
ed productions should be in¬ 
tended for telecasting in the 
peak viewing period of the 
evening schedules." 

The commission acknow¬ 
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will result in increased costs 
at a time when other costs 
are increasing. 

"Nevertheless, the com¬ 


mission is satisfied that the 
resources of the CTV sys¬ 
tem, both in terms of finan¬ 
cial and production capabil¬ 
ity. arc sufficient to sustain 
a significantly greater pro¬ 
duction effort. 

"What is required now is 
the commitment of the 
member stations to employ 
these resources collec¬ 
tively." 

It said that the CBC should 
not have to carry all. the 
domestic production on tele¬ 
vision. 

The commission noted that 
the CTV said during public 
hearings that member sta¬ 
tions qan be assessed to 
cover increajicd costs. 

“It was regrettable, how¬ 
ever, that no satisfactory 
commitment was made by 
CTV to increase expendi¬ 
tures on Canadian program¬ 
ming and production in order 
to produce domestic pro¬ 
grams capable of attracting 
Canadian viewers in the face 
of foreign competition. The . 

. condition of licence now 
will require such a commit¬ 
ment.” 

The commission said while 
it is obvious that the network 
cannot match the program¬ 
ming expenditures of 
American networks, it can 
significantly increase its 
production budgets. 

It said the affiliated sta¬ 
tions in the network should 


work together to produce Ca¬ 
nadian programs. 

Those too small to be in 
voived in production could 
help in financing. The net 
work should make up for any 
shortage of finances experi¬ 
enced by the affiliates for 
programming that would be 
used nationally. 

It said a number of inde¬ 
pendent producers have de¬ 
monstrated their ability (0 
produce excellent pro¬ 
grams. 

Given the opportunity, 


they could make a substan¬ 
tial contribution to the im¬ 
provement of Canadian 
broadcast programming. 

Meantime, the CTV should 
undertake without delay 
fundamental review of its 
structure and financial ar¬ 
rangements to take into ac¬ 
count the ability of member 
stations to produce calibre 
programs. 


It said the network should 
give more emphasis to chil¬ 
dren's programming. 

"This category of pro¬ 
gramming continues to be 
greatly neglected. Suitable 
programs for children are 
needed for both weekday and 
weekend scheduling." 



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THE COLONIST, Sat., August I, 1979 


ENTERTAINMENT 


on Rome radio 


Marcello Mastroianni 
Laura Antonelli 

WARNING: Frequent 
nu<J« and suggestive 
scenes 

(B.C. Director) 

c Wife njisttBss 


Disco Dance, a song about 
the pope that recently hit the 
market in Italy, doesn’t gel a 
piay. 

"We don't play disco 
music oT any type.” said 
Rev. John St. George, for¬ 
mer chairman of the com¬ 
munications department at 
Eordham University in New 
York City, who directs Stu¬ 
dio A with a staff of two 

"Our censorship is self- 
imposed. No one has ever 
told us what to do. We try for 
good taste," St.George said 
in an interview. 

Studio A is broadcast on 
the FM band, giving it a 
limited range, to a potential 
audience of about four mil- 
lion listeners around Rome 


Vatican Radio’s most popu¬ 
lar shows in Rome, offering 
fare ranging from the Bea¬ 
tles and Grace Slick to Jo¬ 
hann Sebastian Bach and Ri¬ 
chard Wagner. 

However, the Wojtyla 


VATICAN CITY (AP)- 
You won’t hear a current 
disco single about Pope John 
Paul on the Vatican’s pop 
music program, but almost 
everything else goes. 

Six hours a day, seven 


days a week, a Jesuit disc 
jockey spins out rock, jazz 
and classical music in stereo 
from studios high atop this 
tiny city-state. 

In five years on the air, 
Studio A has become one of 


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Our Kariatis Greek Folk dancers and our beautiful belly dancer Dtdi 
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O >ti avco imoumt met oms cone 

WARNING: Scenes of Gory 
Violence (B.C. Director). 


August Kluahardt. 

QUINTET. OP. 79 
PACIFIC WIND QUINTET 
Schumann, "SPANISCHE 
LIEBESLIEDEFT Soprano. 
Mezzo-soprano. Tenor, Bass 
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QUINTET. OP 51. No. 1 D MAJOR 
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26 .THE COLONIST. Sat., August I, 197!) 


COURTS/CANADA 


Provincial Court 


Judge William Ostler ended a lengthy discussion in 
Victoria provincial court Friday by suggesting lawyers for 
23 men charged in connection with Canada's largest mari¬ 
juana seizure were to blame for any delays in getting the 
preliminary hearing started. 

The exchange came during regular weekly remand 
appearances by the men. charged in connection with 
Ihe May 22 operation involving RCMP. Canadian Forces 
personnel and Ihe destroyer HMCS Qu'Appvlh- at Sydney 
Inlet, 32 kilometres north of Tofino on Vancouver Is 
land’s west coast. Approximately 33 tons of the seized, 
high-grade Colombian marijuana, with a wholesale \ alue of 
$5(i million, were burned May 29 at the North Couichan 
municipal incinerator. 

Vancouver lawyer William Deverell began with a re¬ 
quest for Ostler to reconsider changing the dates for the 
preliminary hearing, which is set for two weeks in Novem¬ 
ber and two more weeks in December. Deverell said four of 
the men had been denied bail by Judge Fred Green recently 
and that a bail review Wednesday in Vancouver Su¬ 
preme Court upheld the Victoria judge’s decisions. 

Because it now appeared unlikely any of Ihe accused 
men would be granted bail in (he near future, lie asked 
Ostler to move the hearing up to the earliest date pos¬ 
sible. Deverell said he doubted whether the hearing 
could be finished in the four-week period budgeted be¬ 
cause most of the men charged were of Spanish-speak¬ 
ing descent and did not speak English very well. 

Lawyer Chris Considine, speaking on behalf of Der- 
mod Owen-Flood. added that there was never any consul¬ 
tation with Owen-Flood about the dales and that the 
month of November was originally set and subsequently 
changed. He said Owen-Flood had set aside November and 
had other commitments In the Supreme Court the following 
month. 

The month of November had never been formally set. 
Ostler told the lawyers, and consultation resulted in 
agreement with Ihe present dates and Ostler was to try to 
make arrangements, which he did. 

He ended the discussion by saying that he-would do what 
he could to make other arrangements but told the law¬ 
yers not to be overly optimistic and not to blame the 
judges, lie said it was their fault for dragging their feet 
all summer. 

One of the 23 men complained in court that some of 
the group had problems with the food at Wilkinson Hoad 
jail where they are being held awaiting court proceed¬ 
ings. 

William Francis Perka. 31. of Port Townsend. Wash., 
told Ostler some of the men were not accustomed to the 
food and were not eating some of (he items, conse¬ 
quently not getting proper nutrition. 

Perka said their relatives had been taking in vitamin 
supplements but prison director David Schultz, stopped the 
practice. 

Ostler said the person to appeal to was the director of 
the prison, and l’erka said he would talk to Schultz.. 

A 39-YEAR-OI.D man was remanded in custody until 
Aug. 20 for a pre-sentence report after Judge Blake 
Allan found him guilty of indecent assault and break¬ 
ing and entering. 

John Peter Johnson, of 213 Wilson, was found guilty fol¬ 
lowing a day-long trial Friday. Allan ordered a ban on 
publication of evidence given by the victim, including her 
name, address and circumstances surrounding the inci¬ 
dent. 

OSTLER SENTENCED an 19-year-old youth to 11 day s 
in jail for stealing goods from a convertible July til. 

Alex Mandap, of 3239 Glasgow, pleaded guilty to theft 
under $200 in connection with a tape deck. 10 tapes, a 
baseball glove and a console cover taken from a vehicle 
parked in an apartment lot. 

Crown counsel Wayne Smith said a tenant saw Mandap 
moving about the convertible that night and recognized him. 
When Saanich police went to Mandap'x residence the next 
day. he initially denied any know ledge of the theft but even¬ 
tually admitted it and led the officers to his room where 
the goods were kept. 

"You were convicted of the same thing last year, 
weren't you?" asked Ostler, referring to an April 3. 1979 
conviction for which Mandap was fined $200. 

"Yes," the youth replied. 

"It doesn't seem to have had much effect on you." the 
judge observed before passing sentence. 


Drug kingpins 
draw 20 years 


VANCOUVER (CP) — 
Two leaders of a cocaine 
trafficking ring which 
brought the drug to Canada 
from South America Were 
sentenced Friday to 20 years 
in prison and fined $30,000 
cad). 

Mr. Justice Thomas 
Berger of British Columbia 
Supreme Court, who de¬ 
scribed the ring as the most 
extensive cocaine-traffick¬ 
ing conspiracy in Canadian 
history, said the pair. Wil¬ 
liam Faultier (Fats) Robert¬ 
son, 19, and Ido Paul Zamai, 
15, were even prepared to 
kill those who cheated the 
organization. 

Robertson and Zamai, 
among nine convicted in the 
case, were sentenced to an 
additional three years each 
if they default on the fines. 

Berger handed down 11- 
year terms to Richard Ilenrv 
Bcngcrt, 37, Steve Ponak, 19. 


l-'rank ; ,Ruymond Ferron. 12. 
and Brian Robert Jeffries. 

32... -=v 

George William Layman. 
29, and William Allan Perry. 
35. were given eight years 
and John Edward Dupuis 
was given four years. 

The judge said the group 
had imported cocaine be¬ 
tween the fall of 1976 and 
December, 1977. 

The last shipment, seized 
by RCMP in December. 1977, 
was the largest amount of 
cocaine ever intercepted by- 
Canadian police to that time. 
The haul of nearly nine kilo¬ 
grams was worth an esti¬ 
mated $3.5 million on the 
street. 

Berger rejected a plea 
from the crown counsel, 
Howard Rubin, for life 
terms, but added that the 
sentences were meant to be a 
deterrent to others who 
might try trafficking. 


More face charges 
in penitentiary death 


NEW WESTMIN- 
STER(CP) — A total of three 
prisoners at B.C. Penitenti¬ 
ary now face first-degree 
murder charges in the beat- 
’ ing death April 27 of another 
prisoner, a former armored 
car driver jailed for theft. 

N»w Westminster police 
say that Donald Robson and 
Alan McLeod, both 25, were 
charged Thursday as part of 
a continuing investigation 
into the death. 

A third prisoner, Richard 
William McWhinney, 32, was 
charged May 1. 

David Sydney McDonald, 
40, died of head injuries suf¬ 


fered in a fight in the gymna¬ 
sium of the maximum-secur¬ 
ity prison. He was serving 
five years for theft in the 
disappearance of $100,000 
from a Loomis armored car 
in 1976. 

Bandit foe 
in hospital 

MONTREAL (CP) — A 
middle-aged man tried to 
stop a bank robbery under¬ 
went an, emergency opera¬ 
tion Wednesday after being 
shot three times in the stom¬ 
ach, police said. 


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Opinions flow over fishing right ruling 


LILLOOET (UPC) — Interpretations 
flowed freely Friday after a provincial 
court judge ruled, in a precedent-setting 
case, that Bridge River Indians have a 
territorial right to the fish on their re¬ 
serve. 

Indian leaders Immediately hailed Ihe 
judgment as a landmark decision which 
would open the way for reserve Indians in 
B.C. to gain exclusive control over the 
fish on their reserves. 

Indian lawyer Louise Mandel said the 
decision means Indian fishing is outside 
the jurisdiction of the federal fisheries 


department except where conservation is 
involved, and then only if no coherent 
management scheme has been put in 
place by the Indian band involved. 

But crown prosecutor Fred Kaatz. said 
the decision, handed down Thursday by 
Judge William Diebolt, does not give In¬ 
dians any "absolute right" over the fish on 
the reserves. 

"The case is important because it does 
give the Indians a certain right to the fish 
on some reserves, something that has 
never been established before." Kaatz 


said. "But that right is not an absolute 
right—it is subject to the federal fisheries 

act.” 

Diebot found Bradley Bob guilty Thurs¬ 
day of illegally fishing for salmon during a 
federal government closure on the Bridge 
River in July. 1979, but gave hint an abso¬ 
lute discharge. 

In handing down his ruling. Diebolt said 
he sympathized with the plight of native 
fishermen and the point they were trying to 
make by testing the validity of the govern¬ 
ment's closure. But at the same time Die¬ 


bolt said he could not accept that reserve 
fishing rights could have precedence over 
federal fishery regulations in ail cases. 

He found that the Fisheries Act prevails 
over the Indian act for the purposes 
of-.conservation, but did not say whether it 
would prevail in other cases. The judge 
added that, from his reading of Supreme 
Court decisions on fishery cases, it ap¬ 
peared that natives had priority over com¬ 
mercial and sport fishermen, but not over 
conservation measures affecting the safe¬ 
ty of the entire run. 


Banff alpine toll mounting 


BANFF. Alta. (CP) — Po¬ 
lice have identified four 
mountain climbers killed in 
three separate incidents 
Wednesday in what is turn 
ing into one of the worst 
seasons ever for climbing 
accidents in the Canadian 
Rockies. 

Two brothers from Mon¬ 
treal, David and Ronnie 
Schouela, aged 27 and 19 re¬ 
spectively, died when they 
fell from Mount Bowlen, 
near Lake Louise in Banff 


National Park. Chuck Ho- 
pesdales, 23, of Jasper. 
Alta,, was killed in a fall 
from Mount Robson, in Jas¬ 
per National Park. 

EdwSrd Sneed Donn, 39. of 
Portland. Ore., was killed 
Wednesday in a fall from Mt. 
Axsiniboine. in Mt. Assini- 
boine National Park. 

RCMP at Radium say 
Donn fell at the exact Iota 
tion where another climber 
lost his life July 9. 

Although inexperience and 


lack of precautions are 
blamed for many accidents, 
three of the four climbers 
were experienced. Police 
say Donn was a veteran of 40 
climbs, including a guided 
ascent up the Matterhorn, in 
the Swiss Alps. He was 
climbing with another man 
when he apparently lost his 
footing on a ledge and fell 
more than 200 metres. 

RCMP at Lake Louise say 
over-confidence may have 
caused the S c ft o u e- 


las’dealhs. They were 
climbing alone, connected 
by rope, when one apparent¬ 
ly lost control, plunging 150 
metres, liopesdales harf 
been climbing for abuut a 
year. 

Wednesday's accidents 
bring to eight the number of 
climbing deaths so far this 
season. 

Peter Fuhrmann. alpine 
specialist for Banff National 
Park, says five deaths a year 
are average. 


Ottawa will review 
bilingual labelling 

OTTAWA (CP) — Consumer Affairs Minister 
Allan Lawrence announced Friday he will review 
bilingual labelling requirements for domestic and 
imported products in accordance with an election 
promise by Prime Minister Joe Clark. 

"Parts of this act (the Consumer Packaging and 
Labelling Act), particularly the bilingual labelling 
regulations, have been contentious for some time." 
Lawrence said in a statement. 

Lawrence also said that he has halted a depart¬ 
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THE COLONIST, Sat., August 4, 1979 27 


Keep Petrocan, NDP urges Tories 


OTTAWA (CP) — New Democratic 
Leader Ed Broadbent unleashed a cam¬ 
paign-style attack on the Progressive Con¬ 
servative government Friday, branding it 
politically incompetent. 

After only two months in office, the 
Clark government had abandoned nine 
major campaign promises — on the econ¬ 
omy, human rights and the constitution — 
and had adopted Liberal party policies 
Which the Conservatives campaigned 
against, Broadbent said. 

However, he urged Prime Minister Clark 
to throw away one more campaign promise 
and forget about selling PetroCanada. the 
government-owned petroleum company, to 
the private sector. 


“I strongly hope the government will 
come to its senses about PetroCanada," 
Broadbent said, adding that most Cana¬ 
dians want the company to remain a crown 
corporation. 

At a news conference called to re¬ 
lease a list of broken Tory promises, 
Broadbent said the government's record so 
far was “an exercise in political incompe¬ 
tence and deception." 

The Conservatives said the government 
of former prime minister Pierre Trudeau 
could not be trusted to keep promises and 
promised to restore integrity to govern¬ 
ment. 

But now precisely the same criticisms 


could be made of Clark's government as of 
Trudeau’s, the NDP leader said. 

He said the Tories, “despite their elec¬ 
tion rhetoric, no more have the political 
will to deal with the problems facing Can¬ 
ada than did the tired regime which was 
thrown out by the voters.” 

Broadbent’s harshest criticism was re¬ 
served for Finance Minister John Crosbie 
who said last week that Canadians did not 
expect political parties to fulfill all their 
campaign promises within months of tak¬ 
ing office. 

When Clark returned from the Com¬ 
monwealth conference in Zambia, he 
should repudiate Crosbie's “completely 
and utterly cynical observation." 


The NDP leader blasted Crosbie for 
saying a promised $2.2 billion tax cut 
for middle and low-income Canadians 
would not be included in his budget this 
fall. 

Crosbie's recent approval of an increase 
in the Bank of Canada interest rate to an 
all-time high — after the Conservatives 
campaigned against high interest rates — 
was an illustration of the government’s 
"incompetence or lack of concern about 
rising prices." 

Broadbent urged the government to hold 
interest rates down, cut income taxes for 
middle and low-income people, subsidize 
milk and bread prices and invest in capital 
works projects to create jobs. 


Broadbent: ‘Incompetent Tories' 


6 Can’t I 
just stay 
here till 
the end?’ 

TORONTO (CP) — The 
Ontario government 
has decided that a 
woman dying of leuke¬ 
mia and her husband 
must leave their gov¬ 
ernment-subsided 
house by Oct. 1 because 
they no longer need so 
much space. 

Shirley Bell, 47, and her 
husband, George, 46, 
were told Friday they 
no longer qualify for 
public housing and 
must leave the house 
when their lease ex¬ 
pires. 

The Bells were given the 
home in 1974 by the 
Ontario Housing Corp. 
because they had two 
daughters and needed 
financial assistance, a 
corporation spokes¬ 
man said Friday. 

P. ,1. Pratley, acting gen¬ 
eral manager, said the 
couple’s daughters no 
longer live at home and 
the their house could be 
used by one of 750 fa¬ 
milies on the cityls 
waiting list. 

"I don't want to deprive 
other families of a 
home," Mrs. Bell said 
in an interview last 
week. "But can’t they 
let me stay here for 
just a while longer? 

"Maybe I’ve only got a 
week to live, a year at 
the most. I’m so happy 
here with my lovely 
garden. Why can’t I 
just stay here till the 
end?” 


Citizens 

back 


Petrocan 


TORONTO (CP) —Almost 
half of Canada's voters think 
the Progressive Conserva¬ 
tive government should not 
sell Petro-Canada, the gov¬ 
ernment-owned oil com¬ 
pany, to the private sector, a 
Gallup poll shows. 

About 48 per cent of those 
surveyed said they disap¬ 
prove of selling Petro-Can¬ 
ada while 22 per cent support 
the sale. Thirty per cent had 
no opinion. 

Results are based on 3,052 
personal home interviews 
with adults, 18 and over, con¬ 
ducted in early July. A sam¬ 
ple of this si7.c should not 
vary more than three per¬ 
centage points, at a 95-per- 
cent confidence level. 

Opposition to the sale of 
Petro-Canada was greater in 
Western Canada, among 
those with university train¬ 
ing and those who voted NDP 
or Liberal in the recent fed¬ 
eral election. 

The question asked in the 
poll was: 

"There has been some talk 
recently about Petrocan — 
the national oil company 
that is operating as a Cana¬ 
dian Crown corporation. In 
your opinion should Petro¬ 
can be sold to the private 
sector — that is the non-gov¬ 
ernment sector — or not? 

"How strongly do you feel 
about this — very strongly, 
or not strongly at all?" 

Twenty-seven per cent 
said they had strong feelings 
that PetroCanada should not 
be sold. Twenty-one per cent 
said PetroCanada should not 
be sold, but they didn’t have 
strong feelings about it. 

Thirteen per cent said they 
had strong feelings that the 
company should be sold. 
Nine per cent said the com¬ 
pany should be sold, but they 
had no strong feelings about 
the issue. The remaining 30 
per cent were those who said 
they had no oDinion. 


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THE COLONIST, Sat., August 4, 1979 



M. V. Chesnut’s 

Garden Notes 


I have just come in f rom the garden 
to rest my aching back after doing 
battle with chickweed, which must 
surely be the most persistent of all our 
annual weeds. All through my garden¬ 
ing life I have been plagued by this 
pest, for hand pulling chickweed under 
my mother’s watchful eye is about the 
first garden job I remember doing. 

Chickweed is incredibly rapid in 
growth, and while it is not the least 
difficult to pull up — there are no long, 
fleshy tap roots like thistles and dan¬ 
delions — the discouraging thing about 
is is that weeding doesn't seem to 
eradicate the pest. You can hand-weed 
a flower bed just as clean as a whistle, 
with not a trace of chickweed remain¬ 
ing, only to find a brand new crop of 
the stuff come popping out of the 
ground a few days later. 

This is difficult for the ordinary 
backyard gardener to understand. 
After all, if you pull up a row of 
radishes or petunias before they go to 
seed, that is the last you see of them. 
How is it possible, then, for chickweed 
plants to keep springing up even after 
the ground has been weeded thorough¬ 
ly and conscientiously, perhaps sev¬ 
eral times? 

Actually, this is due to a clever 
trick on the part of Mother Nature to 
guarantee the survival of her chil¬ 
dren, 

If you were to count out and plant 100 
radish seeds, chances are the whole 
hundred would be up and growing 
within a week, barring, perhaps, one 
or two defective seeds. But if you were 


Arthur 

Hoppe 


to sow 100 of the tiny chickweed seeds, 
germination would be spotty and ir¬ 
regular. A few of the plants might 
show up promptly, but certainly not 
the whole hundred. 

Mother Nature is a wise old girl and 
knows full well that bad weather might 
kill off any one batch of seedlings, or 
animals or bugs could eat them, or the 
man with the hoe could come along 
and scuffle them off, and that would 
be the end of the chickweed. 

To protect the race, then, she ar¬ 
ranges for her chickweed seeds to 
germinate in dribs and drabs. Some of 
the hundred could come up in a week, 
some in a month, some in six months, 
and some may take a year or more to 
germinate. In this way, no matter 
what fate may overtake any given 
batch of seedlings, there are delayed 
action seeds left in the ground to come 
up later, possibly when no danger 
threatens, and these will set seeds and 
perpetuate the race. This is why 
chickweed keeps coming up even in a 
carefully weeded bed. 

Another reason why this weed is so 
troublesome is because we hang up the 
hoe in the toolshed as soon as the 
weather becomes miserable in the 
fall. 

Chickweed is still coming up and 
scattering its infernal seeds when our 
keeness for gardening is waning, and 
it succeeds in re-infesting our soil at a 
time when we are more interested in 
the Grey Cup playoffs than in weed¬ 
ing the garden. 


Fortunately, modern science has 
given us means of controlling chick- 
weed and some other weeds that pos¬ 
sess this peculiar delayed action 
germination. There are chemicals 
known as pre-emergent weedkillers 
which, when applied to the soil, will 
prevent seeds from germinating by 
killing them as they sprout. 

These chemicals, while fatal to 
sprouting seeds, are quite harmless to 
plants which are already up and grow¬ 
ing, hence they can be used in planted- 
up flower beds, around and under 
trees and shrubs and on bulb and 
asparagus beds. Packaged for home 
gardeners, such chemicals are usually 
sold under such names as Weed Pre 
venter or Wonder Weeder. The cost is 
moderate, and one application will 
render a plot weedproof for one full 
season. 

These are disadvantages, of course. 
For one thing, the beds must be very’ 
carefully weeded before treatmenl, 
for the chemical kills only the seeds, 
not the growing plants. For another, it 
has no effect upon the roots of peren¬ 
nial weeds such as dandelions, couch 
grass and thistles; these can all regen¬ 
erate and sprout from the roots in 
spite of treatment. 

Never use Weed Preventer on 
ground where you intend to sow flowec 
or vegetable seeds, for it kills ALL 
seeds, not just those of weeds, and as I 
mentioned before, the effect lasts for 
one full season. 



Scene; the Heavenly Real 
Estate Office. The Landlord 
Is happily humming When 
You Wish Upon a Star as he 
polishes the corona of a mid¬ 
dling-sized sun in the Andro¬ 
meda Galaxy. His business 
agent, Mr. Gabriel, enters, 
dispatches in one band, gol¬ 
den trumpet in the other. 

Gabriel: Really, sir, this 
time you’re going to have to 
put your foot down and evict 
them. 

The Landlord ( without 
much interest): Who’s that, 
Gabriel? 

Gabriel: Those tenants of 
yours on the tiny blue-green 
planet you love so much. 
Earth. Not only have,they 
thoroughly mucked up that 
valuable piece of prime real 
estate, but now they’re doing 
precisely what I always 
feared they’d do. They’re 
spreading. 

The Landlord: Spreading, 
Gabriel? 


Gabriel: They sent one of 
their little machines to buz/, 
around your huge planet, 
Juptier, snapping pictures 
and now it's on the way to 
Saturn to take some more. 

The Landlord (proudly): 
Ah, how filled with wonder 
and awe they must have 
been to see the beauty of 
Jupiter for the first time. 
Tell me, Gabriel, did they 
pause in their daily rounds 
and lift their eyes to the 
heavens? 

Gabriel: Of course not, sir. 
They went right on befouling 
your atmosphere and burn¬ 
ing holes in your forested 
carpets. Worst of all, their 
little machine will leave 
their solar system and head 
for the centre of their gal¬ 
axy, searching for intelli¬ 
gent life — a voyage of 600 
million years. 

The Landlord: What’s 
wrong with that, Gabriel? 

Gabriel: They placed a lit- 


James Bacon’s 
Hollywood 



tie package on the machine 
to show others what they 
were like. Look at this photo¬ 
graph, sir. You’ll note it de¬ 
picts a naked couple holding 
hands and the woman is 
pregnant. 

The Landlord (nodding): 
Lovely, Gabriel, lovely. 

Gabriel: Yes, sir. But at 
the last minute, they substi¬ 
tuted this black silhouette of 
the couple for fear the photo¬ 
graph with its anatomical 
details would give offense to 
people back on Earth. 

The Landlord (frowning): 
But if they were sending the 
photograph to the stars, how 
could it give offense to peo¬ 
ple on ... Never mind, Ga¬ 
briel. 

Gabriel: Exactly, sir. 
They’re insane. You can’t let 
them spread their primitive 
neuroses throughout your 
shining cosmos. (Raising his 
trumpet) Shall 1 sound The 
Eviction Notice? 


The Landlord fbemused): 
For three million years they 
thought, when they thought 
at all, that they were the 
all-important centre of a uni¬ 
verse created just for them. 
Now at last they are reach¬ 
ing out. Now at last they 
realize where their future 
lies. 

Gabriel: If they don’t blow 
themselves up first. And 
look how far they have to 
go. 

The Landlord: Yes, at last 
they are just beginning to 
understand how far they 
have to go. 

Gabriel (waving the sil¬ 
houette): But don’t you find 
their sending out this shame- 
filled depiction of their you- 
given bodies sick and neurot¬ 
ic, sir? 

The Landlord (smiling): 
No, Gabriel. I find this evi¬ 
dence that they are bravely 
venturing forth so prema¬ 
turely oddly touching. 


VENICE, Italy - The 
Venetians are a fun-loving 
people, so I felt lucky to 
be in Venice on the big night 
of the year — Redentore. 

Redentore is to Venice 
what Mardi Gras is to New 
Orleans and Carnival to Rio 
de Janeiro. It’s a night for 
swingers, although it cele¬ 
brates the religious feast of 
The Redeemer. 

Merv Griffin's group, with 
whom I am travelling, start¬ 
ed with another one of those 
fancy dinners (tomorrow. 
The Scarsdale Medical Diet) 
on the terrace of the Hotel 
Daniel) overlooking the 
Grand Canal. 

Four floors below us on St. 
Mark’s Piazza were thou¬ 
sands and thousands of peo- 

R le. In the Grand Canal were 
undreds of gaily lit gondo¬ 
las plus one barge that 


looked li|fe Disneyland 
afloat. It was a replica of St. 
Mark’s. From its decks 
came operatic voices singing 
all the Venetian favorites, 
including O Sole Mio, of 
course. 

And then came the fire¬ 
works. It was like the Third 
World War lighting up the 
Venetian sky. It was all so 
magnificent that Carle 
Reiner turned to Mel Brooks 
and Anne Bancroft and 
yelled: 

“It’s so wonderful that I 
wish I were here.” 

In retrospect, that line 
only sounds funny If all who 
hear it have already con¬ 
sumed several cases of 
Soave Classico Bolla, but 
Carl got a big laugh at the 
time. 

Meanwhile, Rob Reiner 


was explaining to us all that 
fireworks are Freudian, 
even orgiastic. Later, 1 told 
Penny Marshall, Rob's wife, 
that I had never thought of 
Hob as the Warren Beatty 
type. 

The whole show looked like 
one of those Grace Kelly- 
Cary Grant movies directed 
by Alfred Hitchcock. You 
know, when the two first kiss 
and the camera pans to the 
fireworks. Maybe Rob has 
the right idea. 

On the boatride back to the 
Lido, 1 found out that Penny 
directed the pilot for Work¬ 
ing Stiffs, which CBS will put 
on as a series this fall. It 
stars Jim Belushi and Mi¬ 
chael Keaton. 

Also found out that Brooks 
is the founder of the “ooh! 
ooh!" school of directing. He 
was telling us all how he 


became the brilliant director 
he is. 

"I would write something 
and watch while someone 
else would direct it. They 
would do things to my script 
and I'd say ‘ooh! ooh’. Fin 
ally, I kept saying ‘ooh! ooh!' 
so much, I started directing 
my own scripts so I wouldn't 
say ‘ooh; ooh!’ anymore.” 

Back at the Excelsior 
Hotel, the party really start¬ 
ed. It started a little slowly 
at first, because everybody 
was eating watermelon and 
ice cream. You need fine 
Italian wine — which soon 
came — to get a party 
going. 

After all, the Redentore 
tradition is to dance until 
dawn. I didn’t know it. but I 
had been celebrating Reden¬ 
tore ail week. 





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CLASSIFICATION 

INDEX 

VITAL STATISTICS 

l Births 

8 Cardsof Thanks 

308 Cardsof Thanks 

305 Deaths and Funerals 

312 Florists 

310 Funeral Directors 

309 inMemoriams 

313 Miscellaneous 

311 Monuments 

NOTICES 

14 Announcements 

16 Catering, Banquets and 
• Reception Rooms 

15 Coming Events and Meetings 

20 Lost and Found 
18 PlacestoVisit 

17 Restaurants 

EMPLOYMENT 

28 Employment Service 

21 Help Wanted —General 

22 Office Help 

26 Part Time—Temporary 
Help 

74 Sales Persons and Agents 
30 Situations Wanted 

23 Skilled Trades 
25 Teachers 

BUSINESSSERVICES 

36 Services Directory 
PERSONAL SERVICES 

33 Bands. Musicians and 
Orchestras 

40 Business Personals 
43 Dancing 

42 Education 

41 Legal Services 
71 Music Teachers 
39 Personals 

34 Pro Recorded Music 
32 Trade Schools 

38 Travel 

MERCHANDISING 

83 Aircraft 
117 Antiques and Arts 
78 Bicycles 

80 Boats and Marine 
65 Building Supplies 

93 Cameras, Supplies and Photo 
Finishing 

127 Chicks, Poultry, hatching 
Eggs, Supplies 

101 Children's Miscellaneous 
116 Coins and Stamps 
135 Farm Implements 
60 Fuel 

97 Furniture 
105 GarageSales 
120 Garden Supplies 

99 Groceries, Meats and 
Produce 

130 Heavy Equipment and 
Machinery 

128 Livestock, Supplies and 
Events 

100 Miscellaneous for Sale 
103 Miscellaneous Wanted 
109 Miscellaneous to Rent 
77 Motorcycles 

70 Musical Instruments 
125 Pets and Supplies 
96 Ranges. Stoves and Furnaces 
92 Sporting Goods 

81 Sailboats 
1)5 Swaps 
63 Timber 

98 Tv. Stereo. Radio Sales and 
Service 

II? Wanted to Rent, 

Miscellaneous 

AUTOMOTIVE 

155 Automobile Financing and 
Insurance 

164 Auto Body and Painting 

168 Campers. Trailers and Motor 
Homes 

166 Cars and Trucks Wanted 

150 Cars for Sale 

148 Lease Vehicles 

149 New Car Directory 

160 Parts, Accessories and 
Service 

151 Sports. Import Cars 
158 Tires 

154 Trucks. Buses and Vans 

156 U-DriveandAutoWashing 

ACCOMMODATION 

185 Convalescent and Rest 
Homes 
175 Hotels 

178 Summer Homes. Cottages 
and Resorts 

181 Tourist Accommodation 

RENTAL 

201 Apartments to Rent. 
Furnished 

200 Apartments to Rent, 
Unfurnished 

203 ApartmentsWanted 

206 Duplexes to Rent 

207 Duplexes Wanted to Rent 

202 Furniture to Rent 

215 Halls, Warehouses, Stores 
and Offices to Rent 
197 Housekeeping Rooms to Rent 
199 Housekeeping Rooms 
Wanted 

21) Houses to Rent, Furnished 
210 Houses to Rent, Unfurnished 
212 Houses Wanted to Rent 

190 Room and Board 

191 Room and Board Wanted 

193 Rooms to Rent 

194 Rooms Wanted . 

204 Shared Accommodation^ 
FINANCIAL 

155 Automobile Financing and 
Insurance 

233 Mortgage Loans and 
Insurance 

234 Mortgages for Sale 
230 Personal Loans and 

Insurance 

235 JWanted to Borrow 
REAL ESTATE 

280 Acreage for Sale and Wanted 

240 Business Opportunities 

241 Business Opportunities 
Wanted 

247 Commercial or Industrial * 
Properties 

258 Condominiums 
253 Country Homes and 

Properties 

270 Exchange Real Estate 

290 FarmsforSaleandWanted 
263 Garages for Sale, Rent, 
Wanted 

293 Gulf Island Properties 
250 Houses for Sale 

265 Houses Wanted to Buy 
295 Listings Cancelled 
268 Listings Wanted 

271 Lots for Sale 

294 Mainland and 
Out-of-ProvinceRropertles 

169 Mobile Homes and Parks 

273 Property for Sale 

274 Property Wanted 

244 Revenue Property 

245 Revenue Properties Wanted 

259 Townhouses 

285 Up-Island Properties 
256 Waterfront Properties 


i 


BUMPUS — Born to John and 
Sandra, a boy, Scott Robert. 
8 lbs. 8'/joz- on July 31, 1979. 
Many thanks to Dr. Hargrove 
andpStaff at victoria General 

OREWNIAK - Born to Bob and 
Sharlene (nee Klnnersley) on 
July 5th, 1979. at Langley Me¬ 
morial Hospital, a boy Aaron 
Michael, 9 lbs. 

ELLIOTT — Born to Jim and 
Janie, a girl, Jill Katherine, 6 
lbs. )2oi.on June7,1979. 

HAMPSHIRE — Born to Dave 
and Sandi, a bov, Shane Joseph, 
9lbs. 140ZS, on July 24, 1979, at 
Victoria General Hospital. 
Many thanks to the outstanding 
doctors and staff. 

HEBDEN — Ray and Heather 
are happy to announce the ar¬ 
rival of Janet Michelle, 6 lb. 11 
oz. on July 6,1979. A lovely little 
sister for Lisa. Thanks to Drs. 
Ripplngton, Zedel, Popkin and 
Bowers and wonderful staff at 
Victoria General Hospital. (In- 
sured). 

KAERCHER - Born to Karl and 
Llndv (nee Bolin) on July 27, 
1979, a bov, Mark James, 6 lbs. 
13 ozs. A brother for Michael. 
Proud grandparents are Mr. 
and Mrs. D.E. Bolin and Mr. 
and Mrs. E. Kaercher. Thanks 
to Dr. Young and maternity 
staff. 

14 MMOUNCEMEttTS 

MEMORIAL SOCIETY OF BC. 

Victoria Branch 
Rm 519 —620 View street 
9 a.m.-2 p.m. Mon. to Frl. 

(Closed Wednesdays during 
„ August) 

For Pre-planning simple, digni¬ 
fied funeral rites PHONE 385-5214 
for free brochure "Its Your Fu- 
neral"._ 

THE V.G.B.C.S. WISHES TO 
thank all who attended our 79 
Collectables Show and helped to 
make It a great success. Thanks 
also to the staff and management 
of the Juan de Fuca Rec Centre. 
Raffle winner is Bob Hoy of Vlc- 
torla. See you afl next year, 

KATHERINE WILL BE PSY 
chometry reading in the Douglas 
Hotel Reastaurant and coffee 
Shop. Tuesday thru Friday 
ll -2pm. Come and have a piece of 
your jewelry read. 


15 COMING EVENTS 
AND MEETINGS 


PARKDALE DAYCARE CEN- 
ter is taking registrations for chil- 
dren aoes 3-5 between Quadra 
and CloverdaleSchool. 382 7513or 
386-6861. 


BELLY DANCING AT THE 
Oance Village. 576 Johnson St. 
Beginners, intermediates and 
special noon hour classes. 
385-24)4. _ 

SAF MARINE RESCUE. 
Thanks all participants In raffle. 
Winners: Indian Sweater, G. 
Morrison, #010; 6" Peetz reef, M. 
Rodonets, * 1263 


is 


COMM EVENTS 
AN0 MEETINGS 


ATHLETIC 


WEDNESDAY 

AT 

Victoria Curling 
Club 

1952 Quadra 
EARLYBIRDS 
6:45 P.M. 


REGULAR GAMES 


EXTRAGAMES 


$50 to 1100 

OR MORE 
20th Game 

1575 

RAGAA 

1120 or more 

1 Year Free Bingo 
First Single Winner 
2nd Half 

Free Transportation to Town 

After Extra 5 Games 

ARMY, NAVY 

AND 


Every Sunday 
PART OF 
PROCEEDS FOR 


CENTRE 

VICTORIA 

CURLING 

CLUB 

Early Bird6:30p.r 
5—$1.00 
Reoular 
6 —$ 2.00 
Extra Games 
5—$1.00 


PUBLIC 


EVERY SAT 1PM 

TAKINGCONSIGNMENTS NOW 
FOR THIS AUCTION 
Household furniture,gardening 
and farm equipment, boats, cars, 
R , ec vehicles, trucks, motorcy¬ 
cles, chain saws, canoes, etc. Call 
Frank or Wayne, 478-6293 or Jim, 
384-1250.Hours Mon-Thurs 9-6, 
Frl 9-9, Sat all day. Sun closed 
HAPPY VALLEY 
AUCTION CENTRE 
3504 HAPPY VALLEY RD. 


HELP WANTED 
GENERAL 


HELP WANTED 
GENERAL 


HELP WANTED 
GENUAL 


ADVERTISEMENTS IN 
THIS CLASSIFICATION 
MUST COMPLY WITH 
* THE 
BRITISH COLUMBIA 
HUMAN RIGHTS ACT 


Monday-Curling Rink 
Quadra St. 

EARLYBIRD 
6:45pm. $60-$75 
REGULAR GAMES 
7:15pm $50-5300 
EXTRA GAMES 
$60-575 

TRANSPORTATION TO TOWN 

Help Us Help Youth 

OAK BAY 
Ml NOR SPORTS 


NO BINGO 
MONDAY AUGUST 6 
Next Blnoo August 13 

ATHLETICS 

BINGO 

EVERY WEDNESDAY 
Victoria CurlingClub 
Early Bird$6:45p.m. 

Oak Bay Lions Bingo 
20 Reg. Games -7 p.m. 

6 Cards $2 

Extra Games5cards-$l 
_ O.A^P. _ 

SINGLE SCENE CLUB HOLI 

wsm&i&rbjnte 

Bay. Advance tickets only at Hill 
side Mall Ticket Office or call 
478-6622, 384-4984 or 479-6050. $3.50 
each. Welcome all singles,_ 

CARAT GOLD JEWELLRY 
home party. Be the hostess with 
the mostess. Conveners wanted. 
Liberal Incentive. The ultimate 
party. 479-7440_ 

TODAYS SINGLE WORLD 
Dance, August 3-4th. For infor¬ 
mation phone 363-9626, 24 hour re- 
corded message._ 

Classified Advertising 

386-2121 

8:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. 
Mon.-Fri. 

8:00 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Sat. 


16 CATERING, BANQUETS 
md RECEPTION RMS 

GARCIA'S 

Mexican and 
international Cuisine 
104 1551 CEDAR HILL X RD. 

(in the Cedar Hill Mall) 
Planning an Office Party 
Banquet or Special Function? 

Call us at 477-7744 
Banquet Facilities 
For up to 100 

ample covered parking 

GEORGE'S BAVARIAN 
BANQUET FACILITIES 
1021 Pandora 383-7121 
INTERNATIONAL CUISINE 
3 DININGROOMS AVAILABLE 
SMALL OR LARGE PARTIES 
Up to 150 Seating Capacity 
ENTERTAINMENT 
AVAILABLE ON REQUEST 

black prince Catering 

•Weddings ’Banquets 'Parties 
"Roof Top Receptions" 388-4488 


20 LOST and FOUND 

Bulova Pocket Watch 

Lost In Victoria, Monday July 23. 
enclosed in hide case, inscription 
inside back cover, Silver Wed¬ 
ding Anniversary present, great 
sentimental value, reward of- 
fered. Phone collect 112 537-9436. 

LOST BETWEEN VICTORIA 
General-Hospital through Blan- 
shard to View St parkade on Wed¬ 
nesday, Aug 1st. mans prescrip¬ 
tion glasses, dark plain frames In 
dark case. Please phone 479-5483. 

LOST GOLDEN PEARL COCK 
atlef around Happy Valley and 
Latorla Road Has inlured leo 
and needs medicine. Any Infor¬ 
mation please call 384-7144 until 5 
then 474-2575. Reward_ 

LOST GOVERNMENT AND 
Courtney, one pair of prescription 
glasses, tinted lenses with name 
engraved on arm. Return to Pre- 
scritpion Optical, Cook and 
Yates. Reward ottered_ 

LOST: LIVER AND WHITE 
Purebred Springer Spaniel, 6 
vears old, answers to "Lady''. 675 
KE malu Road, Mill Bay. Phone 
743-2003. Reward. 

LOST SATURDAY 28TH, IN 
Jubilee Hospital area, female 
frost point Siamese. Invalid lady 

479-8151 f0f S * fe return M6 “ 1972 - 

LOST GINGER, LONG HAIR, 
female Cat West Saanich and 
beating area.yellow collar. 
652-5763 or 477-1920 or 652-3230. 

LOST: LADIES GOLD BULOVA 
watch, inscription on back "Dres¬ 
den Doll". Sentimental value. 
Mayfair area Reward. 652-1266. 

LOST: BLACK CAT WITH 
white markings, Oak Bay Foul 

^WY!, a 5.3& r 7” ,lv 

LOST: ORANGE PEUGEOT 10- 
speed from Belmont Building 
July 31. Reward. 385-9574. 
598-4495._ 

LOST: BLONDE COCKER 
Spaniel Poodle cross, in Gorge 
area. Reward. 386-9343, 385-9908 

LOST: GORGE ROAD AREA, 
yellow and gray cockatiel, very 
friendly. Reward 382-2367. 

LOST: MINOLTA SLR CAM- 
era, Spectade Lake or ? Will 
Identify, Reward. 478-9472. 

LOST: WHITE FLUFFY MALE 
c 5. t AJ?J cln,t v Wilkinson Rd. 
479-3383. _ 

LOST: OAK BAY AVE, PACK 

w?rgg!gl U ^ i ' nanW, ' <Wr ’ 

FOUND: INSTAMATIC TYPE 

LOST CLOVERDALE AND SE Y 
mour area black Manx cat. 
Phone 382 9148. _ 

LOST: CHESTERFIELD CHAIR 
on Goldstream Ave. Wedding 
present. 474-2816._ 

LOST: FORT AND YATES VI- 

a:a' l yjiii3rM clueanai> ' wn 

FOUND: MINIATURE POODLE 

g£&S^ Wdc,darHI11 

FOUND: BROWN PACKSACK 
on Burnside Road- containing 
work gloves and books. 385-3846 

LOST-GOLD CHAIN BRACELET 
*'— --- 478-6888. 


about 2 months ago. ■ 


MAKE A WEEKLY 
WALK WORTHWHILE 

Be vour own boss and choose your 
own hours when you deliver pur 
weekly paper and accompanying 
inserts. 

NOCOLLECTING 

Make those leisure hours work 
for you, with either a concise 
apartment or scenic residential 
route. 

GIVEUSACALL 

THE VICTORIA 
PENNYSAVER 
546DUPPLIN RD 
381-4831 


ADVERTISEMENTS IN 
THIS CLASSIFICATION 
MUST COMPLY WITH 
THE 

BRITISH COLUMBIA 
HUMAN RIGHTS ACT 


ANDADULTSTOO 

wanted lo deliver a new weekly 
paper and accompanying inserts 
beginning In August. 

ROUTES ARE AVAILABLE IN: 

VICTORIA 
OAK BAY 
SAANICH 
ESQUIMALT 
SIDNEY 
COLWOOD 
LANGFORD 

Deliveries will be made on 
Wednesdays to all homes and 
apartments in a compact area. 

THERE WILL BE 
NO COLLECTING 
REQUIRED 

Delivery payment willbe 
issued every two weeks by cheque 
at a good rate. 

.. This Is an excellent opportu 
mty for students or adults who 
wish to turn a few hours of time 
into extra money. To reserve 
a route near your 
home, apply to: 

THE VICTORIA 

PENNYSAVER 

546 DUPPLIN RD 
381-6831 

MONDAY-FRIDAY 
9 to 5. 

GIVEUSACALL 

APPRAISER 
The British Columbia Assess¬ 
ment Authority has a challenging 
appraisal position for a career 
oriented person at Its Saanich and 
the island Assessment Office lo¬ 
cated In Victoria. This appraisal 
position requires an Incumbent 
with a high degree of initiative 
and self motivation In carrying 
out the following duties: per¬ 
forms moderately complex resi¬ 
dential. commercial, light Indust¬ 
rial and land appraisals and 
researches, develops and/or 
maintains a variety of material 
related to the assessment func¬ 
tion; defends assessments ap¬ 
pealed to the Courts of Revision 
and Assessment Appeal Board 
Qualifications: Successful com¬ 
pletion of the first two vears of the 
U.B.C. Diploma course or suc¬ 
cessful completion of courses in 
the 100 series of the A.I.C. pro¬ 
gramme and a minimum of two 
and one-half vears of appraisal 
experience. 

NOTE: A lesser qualified appli¬ 
cant may be appointed at an 
entry level appraisal position. 
This position requires field work 
and travel necessitating a clear 
and valid B.C. driver's licence. 
Montlv Salary: 51622.96 — 
$1920.92. Competition No. 79-85. 
Closing pate: August 13, 1979. 
Application forms may be ob¬ 
tained from the various assess¬ 
ment offices located throughout 
the province. Please forward 
completed application forms to: 
Director of Personnel 
B.C Assessment Authority 
1537 Hillside Avenue 
Victoria, B.C. 

V8T 4Y2 

THE BOARD OF SCHOOL 

TRUSTEESOFSCHOOL 
DISTRICT NO. 68 (NANAIMO) 

REQUIRES A LIBRARY 
TECHNICIAN 

AT THE CURRICULUM 

RESOURCESCENTRE 

The Incumbent will perform 
stenographic duties related to 
library work Including prepara 
fion of original cataloguing, cata 
togue cards and files. Conduct 
preliminary search activities for 
materials which require replace¬ 
ment; assist in statistical reports 
and other related work as re¬ 
quired. 

Qualifications: 

Grade XII graduation supple¬ 
mented bv a recognized Library 
Technician Programme The 
ability to develop work routines 
and assignments within general 
guidelines Basic knowledge of 
French Is desired. Typing 50 
cwpm, 

Hours of Work: 

Seven hours per dav, five days 
per week Re-oroanlzatlon may 
require the Incumbent to work up 
to two evenings a week. 

Salary and benefits according to 
the Current Collective Agree 
ment 

Please submit resume In writing 
to: Supervisor of Personnel and 
Administration, School District 
No. 68 (Nanaimo), 395 Wakesiah 
Avenue, Nanaimo, B.C. before 
Friday, August 17,1979. 

The Empress is looking 
for full-time and part- 
time staff to work in the 
food and beverage de¬ 
partment. Possible posi¬ 
tions are: Lounge Wai¬ 
tresses/Waiters, Bar 
Porters, Hostesses, 
Hosts, Dining Room 
Waiters/Waitresses, Bus 
Bovs/Girls, Banquet 
Waitresses/Waiters, 
Function Porters, Bus 
Girls/Bovs, Food 
Servers, Coffee Shop 
Waitresses/Waiters, Bus 
Bovs/Girls, Restaurant 
Cleaners, Steward's 
Helpers, Room Service 
Waiters/Waitresses. All 
positions are union scale. 

Please apply to the Per¬ 
sonnel Office in person 
between the hours of 9am 
and 3pm, Tuesday, Au- 
gustV. No Phone Calls. 


' in the above 


ADVERTISEMENTS IN 
THIS CLASSIFICATION 
MUST COMPLY WITH 
THE 

BRITISH COLUMBIA 
HUMAN RIGHTS ACT 


ADULTS 
BOYS & GIRLS 

A great opportunity to increase 
your summer income Is close at 
hand. Profitable COLONIST 
routes will soon be available In 
these areas. 

BURNSIDE-TILLICUM 

MARIGOLD-CAREY 

WILKINSON- 

INTERURBAN 

Route profits will be 5100 to 5250 
per month depending on route 
size for l'/j hours service In the 
early morning. 

For further information call MR. 
C. SAMPSON, COLONIST CIR¬ 
CULATION 

383-4111 


ACAREERFOR 
MEN AND WOMEN 

Large Canadian Corporation re¬ 
quires four (4) candidates for a 
new Financial Councelllng Ser¬ 
vice. a lifetime career and full 
company 2 »/ a year training pro- 

feveis W,th Drofesslonfll 

Requirements: 

Grade 12 
Outgoing personality 
Is willing to work hard and estab¬ 
lish himself or herself 
Well groomed 

Our training program is fully In¬ 
clusive-no past experience is re¬ 
quired, lust a desire to prove that 
you can be successful and want to 
enlov an excellent standard of 
living. Phone 385-2751 for ap- 
polntment. 

PROFITABLE 
TIMES ROUTES 

Soon to be available In the 

LAKEHILLAND 
WEST BURNSIDE 
AREAS 

Investment required, approxi¬ 
mately one hour per day. Profit, 
approximately 580.00 to $90.00 per 
month 

Please enquire to MR. J.R. HUN- 
GAR or MR D. GRAY-OWEN If 
you are interested or require 
more information, 

CIRCULATION DEPT. 
_382-3131_ 

THE ALMA MATER SOCIETY 
requires a Bar Supervisor, this is 
an 8 month position, suitable for 
persons In the food and beverage 
industry, seeking a Management 
opportunity Supervisors respon¬ 
sible for ordering, Inventory con¬ 
trol, staffing and general super 
vision of liquor outlet. It Is a 
position requiring substantall 
evening and weekend work and 
candidates must be prepared to 
work with a student staff, flexibil¬ 
ity, initiative and a consclencous 
manner are the prime require¬ 
ments with bar experience an 
asset Applications should be 
made In writing to General Man¬ 
ager, Alma Mater Society, Uni¬ 
versity of Victoria, P.O. Box 1700, 
Victoria, V8W2Y2. Closing date 
for applications Friday, Aug 10th. 

STUDENTS 

AND 

SENIORCITIZENS 

Several large compact apart¬ 
ment routes coming available in 

JAMES BAY — 
FAIRFIELD AREA. 

Route profits from $100-5200 a 
month for an hour of delivery 
time in the afternoon. Applica¬ 
tions accepted from all areas of 
the city For more Information 
call R.DUNIC, 382-3131. 
CIRCULATION 

MANAGER 
MANAGERESS 
Required immediately 
for a young mens tashion 
store in the Hillside 
Shopping Center. 
Applicants should be per¬ 
sonable, outgoing and 
able to be a self-starter in 
a competitive market. 

If you have the qualifica¬ 
tions of honesty, integ¬ 
rity and can meet a chal- 
lenge. Phone Stan 
Mumford, 595-4455. 

BOYS-GIRLS 

ADULTS 

ESQUIMALT AREA 

COLONIST ROUTES Will be 
available shortly 
area. 


CAMOSUN COLLEGE 

invites applications for 
positions of: 

EDUCATIONAL/ 

ADVISOR 

admisslons/reglstratlon proce¬ 
dures. 

Qualifications: at least 2 years 
post-secondary education orient¬ 
ed toward counselling field; per¬ 
sonal or group advisory experi¬ 
ence an asset. 

Salary: 51243-51369per month. 

Library Technician 

Duties: to assist In planning and 
controlling library operational 
functions and procedures as well 
as serving clientele In an Infor- 
matton-reference capacity. 
Qualifications: graduation from 2 
year library technicians* pro¬ 
gram or equivalent education and 
3 6 years experience. 

Salary: 51166-51283 per month. 

Both positions are to start as soon 
as possible. Submit written re¬ 
sume, before August 10,1979. to: 
The Bursar, 

Camosun College, 

1950 Lansdowne Road, 
Victoria, B.C. V8P 5J2 

GERIATRIC NURSING 
ASSISTANTS 
GORGE RD HOSPITAL 
EXTENDEDCARE UNIT 

Permanentpart time, 5pm-9pm 
On call staff for full time vacation 
relief and casual call work, re¬ 
quired Immediately. 

HAVE eSted ADp,lcants m ^ST 

Geriatric care experience in a 
recoonized geriatric care facil¬ 
ity. ) 

Practical ability to take tempera¬ 
ture, pulse and enema admini- 
tratlon. 

Demontrated ability In and 
awareness of proper lifting and 
transferring techniques (formal 
training preferred, practical abil¬ 
ity will be considered). 

Applicants not having ALL of 
these requirements will definitely 
not be considered. 

Apply to: 

Personnel Department 
Gorge Rd Hospital 
63 Gorge Rd East 
Victoria, B.C. 

V9A 1L2 

PROVINCIAL EMERGENCY 
PROGRAMME 

RESERVE POLICE TRAINING 

Support vour local Police and 
your community. Greater vic¬ 
toria Municipal Police Depart¬ 
ments are accepting applications 
now. Prerequisites: Canadian 
Citizen, 19 yrs. minimum age, 
oood health and moral character. 
After an extensive training 
period successful candidates will 
take an active part In supporting 
the Regular Police of their com¬ 
munity. Applications are avail¬ 
able at vour local Police Station, 
and will be accepted until 15th 
August, 1979. 

THE ALMA MATER SOCIETY 
requires a food service supervi¬ 
sor, this is an 8 month posi¬ 
tion, suitable for person in food 
industry, seeking a management 
opportunity. Supervisor Is re¬ 
sponsible for ordering, supervis¬ 
ing part-time staff, some food 
preparation, and other related 
duties. It is a position having var¬ 
ied hours of work, candidates 
must have a conscientious man¬ 
ner, positive attitude and a wil¬ 
lingness to work with the stu¬ 
dents. Applications should be 
made in writing to The General 
Manaoer, Alma Mater Society. 
University of Victoria, P.O. Box 
1700, Victoria, V8W2Y2. 

CAMOSUN COLLEGE INVITES 
applications for 2 positions of li¬ 
brary CLERK II to commence 
as soon as possible. MAIN duties 
will relate to public service func¬ 
tions involving reference/Iforma- 
tional services, collections con¬ 
trol. reserve collections and 
related services for users. Quali¬ 
fications: secondary school 
graduation plus additional short 
training courses related to the 
occupation. Advanced typing 
skills required. Salary $1026-51126 
per month. Please submit written 
resume to the Bursar, 1950 Lans¬ 
downe Rd V8P5J2. Not later than 
August 10th, 1979. 



Princess 

Mar) 

Restaurant 

Vessel 


Profits range from 575 to 5150, for 
a little of your time in the early 
morning you can have a regular 
income. 

For further Information contact 
MR. FOX-COLONIST 
CIRCULATION, 383-4111 _ 

SO 62 SOOKE 

Applications will be received 
until August 15, 1979 for the posi¬ 
tion of a machine operator In the 
school district office. Secondary 
school graduation plus the ability 
to type 40 wpm Is required. Previ¬ 
ous computor experience Is desir¬ 
able but not necessary, as train¬ 
ing will be provided. Rate of pay 
as per the collective agreement 
wjth C.U.P.E. Local 459. Duties 
will commence as soon as pos¬ 
sible after the closing of applica¬ 
tions. Written application stating 
qualifications, experience and 
two references, should be for¬ 
warded to, Secretary Treasurer, 
so *62 Sooke, 2227 Sooke Rd, 
Victoria, B.C. V9B1W9 


We are now accepting applica¬ 
tions for kitchen personnel. 
Please contact Mr. Lang or Mr. 
Mann at 386-3456. 

COLONIST 
APT. ROUTE 

Available soon 

COOK 8, YATES AREA 

Monthly profits between 5195- 
5215. Early morning delivery. 
For personal Interview, phone 
DAILY COLONIST CIRCULA¬ 
TION, 383-4111, leave name and 
phone number for MR. RING or 
MR. PALLAN. 


ELK LAKE PLANING MILL 
ELK LAKE ONT. 
Requires 

SAWMILL 
MILLWRIGHTS 
Elk Lake Is a growing community 
in Northern Ontario located 140 
miles North West of North Bay. 
The interested candidates should 
be conversant with cutting and 
welding equipment, and have a 
good mechanical background. 
Experience In hydraulic and 
pneumatic control systems would 
be a great asset. 

This lob entails running repairs 
and maintenance on Qiip "N" 
Saws, debarking, slashing, edg¬ 
ing and all sawmill related equip¬ 
ment. 

Military personnel with marine 
engineering, hull mechanic, 
weapon surface or underwater 
background will be considered. 
The salary Is competitive with 
surrounding Industry, however, 
fringe benefits are far superior. 

Apply In writing to: 

Elk Lake Planing Mill 
Box 9, 

Elk LakeOnt. P0J 1G0 
Or Call: 

Mr Cal Millard, 

Assistant Sawmill 

or (70S) 67801)0 


A COLORFUL FUTURE 
IS A PHONE CALL 
AWAY. Life is more col¬ 
orful when you're earn¬ 
ing good money and 
meeting nice people. Call 
384-7345for details. 

OPTICAL 

LABRATORY TECHNICIAN 
Journeyman required for Prince 
George, B.C. Must be able to op- 
erafe all surfacing and 
benchroom equipment In lab. 

Please mall detailed resume In¬ 
cluding salary expected to: 

TOP-NOTCH 
PERSONNELLTD. 

*202-715 Victoria Street 
Prince Georoe, B.C. 
V2L2K5 


FRIENDS X tO 


For their New Salon at Hillside 
Opening Sept, lsf require 2 top 
class Hairstylists. Please phone 
Friends & Co, Hartwig court, 
388-66)8 _ 

YOU ENJOY WORKING 

Duncan Navy League, Cadette 
and Wrenette Corps to assist In 
the training of the various 
courses pertaining to cadets. No 
previous experience or military 
training Is necessary. If you are 
willing to volunteer your time a 
tew niohts per week. Please send 
resume to Box 345, Duncan B.C, 
V9I3X5. Or phone 748-1321 for 
more Information. 

DONUT SHOP OPENING SOON 
In downtown Victoria requires 
manager, male or female Age no 
barrier. Phone 658-5721 for Inter¬ 
view. 


21 HELP WANTED 

GENERAL 

ADVERTISEMENTS IN 

THIS CLASSIFICATION 

MUST COMPLY WITH 

THE 

BRITISH COLUMBIA 
HUMAN RIGHTSACT 

Real Estate 
Nominee 

One of the largest and respected 
Realtors on Vancouver Island Is 
looking for a personable and ag¬ 
gressive nominee to take charge 
Excellent remuneration. Alt 
benefits, including Dental plan 
and an opportunity to become a 
share holder. Write to Victoria 
Press Box 811. 

HEAD 

HOUSEKEEPER 

Required to supervise house¬ 
keeping dept, of care facility, 
This position requires previous 
housekeeping and supervisory 
experience, excellent working 
conditions, non smoker prefer¬ 
red. Send resume to Victoria 
Press Box 777 All applications 
held confidential. 

SMALL NON UNION BUSINESS 
requires single axle dump truck 
drivers. Class 3 and experience 
preferred; neat appearance and 
pood driving record. Person with 
heavy equipment skills willing to 
drive as well and older semi re¬ 
tired drivers welcome to apply 
All applications considered 
Reply in own handwriting stating 
full details, wage expected, acf 
dress and phone number to PO 
Box 7091, Depot D, Victoria 

EATONS 

BEAUTYSALON 

Opening for qualified hair stylist 
with trimmer skills, full-time. 

Phone 382-7141 local 249, Mrs. 
Smith. 

UNION POSITION OPEN TO 
dedicated person, interested in 
representing members of a large 
international union on Vancouver 
Island. Successful! applicant 
should have personnel, labour re¬ 
lations, union background or re¬ 
lated experience. University edu¬ 
cation an asset. Good salary plus 
expenses, car allowance. Direct 
aM abdications to victoria press 

LIGHT DELIVERY 
WORK 

Applicants must have depend¬ 
able, insured transportation. This 
is piece work. Very easy, with 
earning potential of 550-5100 
daily. Ladies, students, and 
gentlemen welcome. Apply in 
person only, 4th Floor, 1815 Blan 
shard. 

THE LITTLE GIANT BAKERY 
Incorporated, a progressive com¬ 
pany, requires a Junior Salesper 
son to call on Institutional Ac¬ 
counts, Knowledge of food 
servicing an asset. Must be well 
oroomed, aggressive, self moti 
vated. with own car. Apply in 
person 1119 North Park St. Mon 
dav to Friday between 9 am and 5 
pm 

EXPERIENCED 

REPORTER 

South island weekly newspaper 
needs experienced reporter for 
sports and oeneral news duties 
Full time, full benefits. Must be 
able to start immediately Phone 
112-746-4471 during regular office 
hours. 

NEEDCRISISLINE 

Part time trainer-supervisor re¬ 
quired, 10 hours weekly. Experi¬ 
ence In teaching basic communi¬ 
cation skills, working with groups 
plus on the iob supervision Re¬ 
sume statino relevant experience 
sent to: Box 5112 Station B, Vic¬ 
toria V8R6N3. Competition closes 
August 10th. 

SALESMAN—ESTIMATOR 
$20,000+ PER YEAR 

No canvasing required, mature 
self starter with proven success 
ful background, this should be 
considered a sought after perm a 
nent position offering a starting 
guarantee and company benefits 
Send resume Weatnergard Shop, 
2)45 Keating XRdvlxSxi. 

GESCAN ELECTRICAL Dis¬ 
tributors - a Department of Cana¬ 
dian General Electric, requires a 
responsible person for the local 
sales office. Duties Include ware¬ 
house, counter, and order service 
functions. Previous experience in 
the electrical business an asset. 
Apply at 816 Cloverdale Avenue, 
victoria BC 

EXPERIENCED LOCKSMITH 
required or person for Locksmith 
apprenticeship. Experienced per 
son required to be fullv Qualified 
for auto lock service, basic safe 
knowledge and lock maintenance 
service. Salary negotiable to ex 
perience. Apply to Victoria Press 
Box 778 

UNIVERSITY FAMILY RE 
auires an experienced Mature 
Person as babysitter/housekeep¬ 
er for 3girls, 2'/j, 5,6 in our home. 
Hours 8am to 4pm, Monday to 
Friday, Septmeber to June Gor¬ 
don Head area 927 bus, good sal¬ 
ary, references required. 
721-3825. 

NEED AN ENJOYABLE PART 
time iob? A loving responisble 
woman is needed to babvs/t our 3 
year old son This iob entails ba¬ 
bysitting afternoons Monday to 
Thursday and all day Friday. The 
hours will be 12 30 til 4 and 8:30 to 

4 on Fridays. Wages are negoti¬ 
able. 598-3760 for further details 

EXPERIENCED 

CARETAKERS 

Man and wife team for 27 ste. 
apart. In Esquimau. Please 
MAIL complete resume to CEN 
TURY 21 Western Homes, 1037 
Cloverdale Ave. 

WANTED IN SMALL NORTH- 
ern community, experienced me¬ 
chanic tor expanding service sta¬ 
tion and garage. Preferably 
responsible married person with 
family. Top wages to the right 
person. Resume to Box 183, Mas 
set, B.C. 626-5550, days. 

REQUIRED FOR 100 UNIT 
motor inn, relief night auditor, 
excellent position for student or 
retired person. Knowledge of 
basic accounting procedures a 
definite asset. Apply in person to 
Royal Scott Motor Inn, 425 Que¬ 
bec St. 

SECURITY GUARDS RE 
quired with knowledge of Victoria 
area. Must be neat in appearance 
and available for shiftwork. Five 
full-time positions open Apply In 
person, 203-493 Burnside Road 
East, 9am l0am, Monday to Fri¬ 
day. 

HOME CENTRE ON SAANICH 
Peninsula has opening for 
store/sales person. Applicants 
must have oood paint back¬ 
ground. Send resume to Victoria 
Press Box 783. All applications 
treated in confidence. 

WANTEO PERSON TO WORK 

In large volume record store. Ex¬ 
tensive knowledge of lazz or clas¬ 
sical music absolutely essential. 
Send resume to Box 1510, Vic¬ 
toria, B.C. Attn: Record Man¬ 
ager 

COMMUNITY COORDINATOR 
of Vietnamese Refugee Aid Pro¬ 
gram Public Education, public 
relations and coordination of In¬ 
formation and activities. 51200 
month. Contact room 415-620 
View St. 

ENRICH YOUR OWN LIFE, 
while helping others, develop 
your own Independent business, 
receive direct profits and excel 
lent bonus plan plus much, much 
more. Phone 385-0510 for Inter¬ 
view. 

THE DUTCH LATCH RESTAU- 
rant on the Malahat requires a 
full time Cook. Living accommo¬ 
dations available. 478-1880. 


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HELP WANTED 
GENERAL 


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MUST COMPLY WITH 
THE 

BRITISH COLUMBIA 
HUMAN RIGHTS ACT 


Recreation: Oak Bav 

Teamwork Is the goal behind the 
delivery of leisure services in this 
attractive community of Oak 
Bay, and to this end we invite 
outstanding people to apply for 
the position of: 

SPORTS PROGRAMMER 
This Municipal Leisure Center Is 
a multi purpose complex, with an 
ice arena, curling ring, and rol- 
lerskadlum, aquatic center, in¬ 
door tennis, and social lounge. In¬ 
novative programs are en loved 
bv people of all ages, all Inter 
ests, and all lifestyles The sue 
cessful applicant will be a person 
with the energy and inlatlve to 
assist In the program planning of 
the arena, rollerskadlum ana 
curling facilities. Responsibilities 
include supervising and motlvat 
ing prooram staff and Instructing 
in a variety of skating programs 
and the maintenance of good re 
latfonshlps with participating 
user groups and people in the 
community. 

Qualifications: comprehensive 
knowledge and applicable skills 
in ice skating, roller skating and 
curling; special hockey develop 
mental skills to direct the depart 
ment's own well established 
youth Novice Hockey Program, 
and the ability to relate effective 
lv to people of all ages. Compe 
fence, effectiveness and loyally 
to the philosophical ooals and ob 
iectives of fhis department will 
distinguish the successful candl 
date. University and/or colleoe 
graduation In recreation, physi 
cal education or related social 
science programs; leadership ex 
perience combined with an un 
derstanding of the nature of the 
commitment we make in this 
Public Service Career area. 
Salary: 51031 per month (1978) 
plus municipal fringe benefits. 
Complete resume and/or apph 
cation to be submItted bv 4:30pm 
Friday, Auoust 10th, 1979 to: 

Mr. D. (Dune) Russell 

Superintendent 

Oak Bay Parks and Recreation 
1975 Bee St. 

Victoria B C. 

V8R 5B6. 

ACCTANT/BKKEEPER 
SALARY TO $16,000 
A Port Hardy construction com¬ 
pany is seeking a qualified ac 
countant bookkeeper. Duties will 
involve all general accounting 
and bookkeeping affairs includ 
ing general ledger entries, ac 
counts receivable and payable, 
payroll, and monthly trial bal 
a nee for the preparation of finan 
cial statements. 

Applications are Invited from in¬ 
dividuals who have good working 
knowledge of manual accounting 
and bookkeeping practices in a 
small business environment 
l nquires should be directed to 

Mr. John York 

Price Waterhouse & Co. 

Chartered Accountants 

1075 West Georgia St 

Vancouver B.C. V6E3G1 
682-4711 

Preferred Equities 
Corporation 
766 Hillside Avenue 
Victoria BC V8T 1Z4 

WANTEDTELEPHONE 

REPRESENTATIVES 
Easy Telephone Advertising 
Working in a Comfortable Of 
flee 

- Good working Atmosphere 
Hourly Salary and Bonuses 
Enthusiasm and a mature atti¬ 
tude are the only qualifictions 
necessary. 

FOR PERSONAL 
INTERVIEW 
CALL MARY AT 
385-7731 

Between 2pm -6:30pm 

WANTED IMMEDIATELY 
cook, waiter-waitress, must be 
fast, clean and reliable. S4 per 
hour for right person Apply in 
person, between 10 and 12am. 
Jacob's Restaurant, 3970 Shei 
bourne._ 

MR MIKES RESTAURANT IN 
the Stadacona Centre is taking 
applications for full and part 
time fall staff, interested parties 
should be outgoing and neat and 
apply in person only to 1563 Pan 
dora. Suitable to students._ 

DRIVER TO DELIVER MEAT 
supplies to stores, restaurants, 
etc Up island. Two days a week, 
would suit strong pensioner or 
someone wanting part-time work 
This would be a permanent posi 
fion. Victoria Press. Box 815 

VEGETARIAN RESTAURANT 
needs experienced short order 
Cook for night shift, 4 nights a 
week 5 pm to 2 am. Call 383-8512 to 
make appointment Only expert 
enced Kitchen Help and Vege 
tarlan need apply._ 

CANADIANA GIFT AND ART 
Store requires manaoer with re 
tail experience Some experience 
with Fine Arts. Must be able to 
assume responsibility. Pleasant 
courteous manner essential 
Apply victoria Press Box 693. 

HELP WANTED FOR GEN 
era I duties in downtown store 
Work entails stock room work as 
well as selllno. Approx 20 to 25 
hours per week, 10 am to 2:30 pnv 
53.50 per hour. Post Office Box 
458 

NEWGM DEALERSHIP 
On Vancouver Island, requires 
Journevman/mechanic, will pav 
union wages Good fringe bene 
fits. Reply to Victoria Press Box 
771 _ 

PROFESSIONALS AND BUSIN 
esspersons. How much money 
would a second income have to 
make in order for you to take a 
serious look at one? Reply P.O 
Box 5238_ 

EXPERIENCED CARETAKER 
46 suite Adult Block Duites: rent 
collection, bldg maintenance and 
grounds. Must be bondabie 
Please reply in vour own hand 
writing. Victoria Press Box 679 

BROILER COOK 
With seafood experience and 
sauces required. Minimum 3 
vears experience. Full time eve¬ 
ning employment For appoint 
ment phone 598-4511._ 

ENERGETIC PERSON TO 
train as manager for small shop 
Varied duties. Interesting work 
Must be skilled in sewing, pleas 
ant with customers and efficient 
in work. Victoria Press Box 794 

MATURE RESPONSIBLE COU- 
ple for 27 ste bldg. In Esquimau 
Must be able to handle fair turn¬ 
over and supervision. Apply with 
resume to Box 803, Victoria 
Press._ 

WAITER/WAITRESS FOR AF 
ternoon shift. Mon to Fri. 5-9:30 
Must be clean, neat, no lono hair, 
self-starter. No other need apply 
Ian's Jubilee Coffee Shop, 2004 
Richmond Rd, 595-8)21._ 

NATIONAL TRUST COMPANY 
Ltd, Hillside Shopping Plaza. 3108 
Shelbourne St. has vacanles for 
part-time tellers. Experience 
preferred. Apply O. B. Richard 
son, Manaoer._ 

REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY 
bv full service trust company, 
Victoria location. Qualified 
branch accountant. Experience 
In this field essential. Send re- 
sume to Victoria Press Box 689 

ONE FULL TIME SALEPER 
son and one permanent part time 
salesperson for camera sales. 
Photographic knowledge and 
sales experience essential. Apply 
August 7, after 1 pm., 7)6 Yates 

WANTED QUALIFIED HAIR- 
dresser, phone: 384-6100 or 
478-6366. 

MATURE BABYSITTER RE 
quired tor l-year old bov, our 
home. S95-1804 or 387 3649 


i Classified — Victoria’s Largest Proven Market Place — Where Your Articles Sell Fastest! Cost Less to Sell 386-2121' 


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21 HELP WANTED 
6ENERAL 


ADVERTISEMENTS IN 
THIS CLASSIFICATION 
MUST COMPLY WITH 
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BRITISH COLUMBIA 
HUMAN RIGHTS ACT 


n downtown Victoria requires ex 
jerienccd baker and experienced 
. finisher. Phone 658*5721 for Inter¬ 
view. _ 

'Certified dental Assis¬ 
tant needed for Victoria area. 
Please write experience and 
qualifications, victoria Press 

, Box 772 _ 

PAUL'S MOTOR INN 
'Has an opening for a Relief Night 
Auditor Experience preferred 
but not essential Apply In person 
* at 1900 Douglas St. _ 


EXPERIENCED NIGHT AUDI- 
for wanted, accounting back 
• around an asset. Apply at the Oak 
Bay Beach Hotel every day be- 
iween 14 pm. 


-QOOD COOK AND HOUSE- 
■'keeper to look after widow, after 
noons off Accomodation sup¬ 
plied Salary negotiable victoria 
Press Box 786 


SALAD PERSON REQUIRED. 
Experienced In preparation of 
itors d oeuvres and desserts Full 
lime evening employment. For 
appointment phone 598-4511. 


. THE BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA. 
Downtown branch, requires ex 
uerienced full time teller to start 
immediately. Inquire, 366-3204, 
Mr, Zuccaro. 


RELIABLE EXPERIENCED 
person for rest home work. Also 
graduate nurse for part-time. 
Prefer non-smokers Phone 

595-3983. 


COOK-KITCHEN HELPER 

Required at the Old Victoria Fish 

6 Chip Shop at 1316 Broad St. 
Please apply In person between 

7 30-5.30pm. 


GENTLE MATURE BABYSIT* 
ter required In my home. Oak 
Bay area, days, for 2 small chil¬ 
dren. Please call after 5 pm. 
, $95-6960. _ 


NIGHT AUDITOR 
• Experienced person required for 
downtown-hotel night audit, 5 
nights per week. Apply to Vic- 
torla Press Box 801. 


RELIABLE DAYCARE NEED 
cd in View Royal for 5-month old 
starting September l. Young 
■mother with pre-schooler prefer - 
ted. 479 2268 after 6 


.EXPERIENCED APARTMENT 
manager with good references 
iman and wife operation) 41 suite 
rental apartment in Duncan area. 
Victoria Press Box 612 


EXPERIENCED WAIT- 
ress/waiter required by King 
•John Restaurant, 2668 Sooke 
Road, Colwood Apply In person 
478-6312. 


LIVE-IN MATURE HOUSE- 
keeper-companion, non-smoker, 
small home In Oak Bay for one 
lady. References. Good wages 
and ample time off 592-3580 


-MIDDLEAGED WOMAN TO 
sleep Uplands home 9:30pm. to 
•9am only Duty to make break¬ 
fast for elderly lady every morn¬ 
ing Phone 3860 598 after 4pm 


EXPERIENCED TECHNICIAN 
required for the application of 
sculptured false fingernails. Must 
be responsible and able to work 
independently 595-4433 


HAIRSTYLISTS REQUIRED BY 
the Clive Slater Hairstylists at 
Lake Hill. Must be good cutter 
Hours that suit you Phone 
179 8209 


PERMANENT PART TIME EX 
uericnced bakery counter clerk, 
required for day and evening 
shifts. Graham Meats, 1661 
f-eltham _ 

NEEDED. A RELIABLE MA 
ture woman to babysit a 4 month- 
old babv. part time during the 
day References required. Call 
4770529 


PART TIME STUDENT RE 
. quired immediately at a local 
photo finishing plant, driver's li¬ 
cense required Phone for inter 
view 478-2412, 


FULLY EXPERIENCED 
chamberperson required Im¬ 
mediately, apply In person only, 
Coachman Inn, 229 Gorge Rd. 
East. 


EXPERtENCED SHORT- 
order cook for night shift, two 
years experience Apply in per 
son, Scott's Restaurant, 650 
Yates, 382-1289. 


JANITORIAL HELP 
For Victoria Area, part time, full 
time. Please reply to Victoria 
Press Box 745 


TAXI DRIVER FULL TIME, OR 
Buyer wanted, Sidney area. Call 
656-1203 after 5 00 Tuesday to 
Friday. 


WAITER/WAITRESS FOR 
night shift only Apply in Person 
at the Peacock Restaurant after 
; 4 30. _ 

WANTED OAK BAY AREA. 50 
newspaper carriers Phone Oak 
Buy Mar, leave name, phone at 
388-4413. 


OINING ROOM STAFF RE- 
.•quired for Boulton’s Olde Tyme 
• Barbecue Chicken Apply in per 
son only, at 1827 Fort St! _ 

.WANTED RETIRED CAR 
. owner for driving Write Box 23 
Fulford Post Office. Fulford Har 
boor B.C. VOS/ICO, 


. St78 WEEKLY GUARANTEED, 
working 1 hour dally at home. 
Free brochure Mr. Oppen- 
hetmer, Box 7159, Victoria. 


PART-TIME EXPERIENCED 
kitchen helper-dishwasher Apply 
in person, Hungarian Village 
Restaurant 


MATURE SALESLADY RE 
quired, part time, experience 
preferred Apply in person, Marl- 
posa. Hillside Mall. 


BABYSITTER WANTED TO 
start September, 
11 30am 1:30pm dally after kin¬ 
dergarten Durance School area. 
479-4572 


ELECTROLUX OF CANADA 
requires part-time service per 
son. Training provided. Apply In 
person 2012 Douglas St, Victoria. 


HAIRDRESSER, SPACE 
available for experienced stylist 
at Headliners. For Interview call 
George, 388-6364 


BABYSITTER WANTED, UR- 
oent, for l'/j year old. Around 
Carey Rd area Phone Kim 
383-8554 after 6pm. 


DESK CLERK REQUIRED FOR 
modern motor inn, experience 
preferred Apply In person only, 
coachman Inn, 229 Gorge Rd E 


DENTAL ASSISTANT FOR OF 
fice in Royal Oak. experience not 
essential Reply Victoria Press, 
Box 812. 


WAITRESS/WAITER RE 
quired Colwood area Only ex¬ 
perienced need apply. 478-8331 of 
fice hours. 


MATURE RESPONSIBLE 
vouno person for occasional eve¬ 
ning babysitting South Park 
school area. 3852796 


VICTORIA GUARD DOG LTO IS 
now accepting applications for 
Security Guards. Neat In appear 
ance, bondable. Phone: 384-8431. 


NEEDED: POSITIVE HARD- 
working dependable person to 
move furniture. Part time to full 
time Apply 331 IE Oak Street 

PERMANENT DAYCARE RE 
quired by Sept 15th for 4 month 
old little girl, Mon to Fri, Uplands 
area, 592-6656. 


HELP WANTED FOR MEAT 
Department Apply 3475 Quadra 
St Monday to Friday between 9 
and noon. 


EXPERIENCED WINDOW Dis¬ 
play person for part or full time 
work Contact Mrs. Cuthbertson 
for appointment: 383 2641 be- 
tween 1-3 pm. 

MATURE CHAMBERPERSON. 
Malahaf Bungalow Motel and 
Campground. 478*3011 


EXPERIENCED CARETAKER 
couple 65 Ste. 592-7678 _ 

WANT TO KNOW MORE ABOUT 
Amway? Reply Box 6211, Vic¬ 
toria 


DISHWASHER WANTED, MUST 
be neat, apply In person to chef at 
Sherwood Park Inn 


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a y n veq >tmm 

HELP WANTED 
GENERAL 




ADVERTISEMENTS IN 
--‘CAT 


LASSIFICA 
COMPLY VI 


THE 

BRITISH COLUMBIA 
HUMAN RIGHTS ACT 


EARN EXTRA INCOME FROM 
a part time business. For Infor 
mation write Box 6363, Victoria. 
BC, V8P 5M3. 


WANTED: MATURE EXPERI- 
enced waitresses-waiters for af¬ 
ternoon shift Apply In person, 
Scott's Restaurant 


BABYSITTER REQUIRED IM- 


RESPONSIBLE BABYSITTER 
required tor occasional week 
nights and weekends. Oak Bay 
lansdowne Slope area. 592-6665 
after 5 pm. 


EXPERIENCED NIGHT AUDI- 
tor required for modern Motor 
Inn. Apply in person to Coach- 
man Inn, 229 Gorge East. 


EXPERIENCED BARTENDER 
(man or woman) wanted for eva 
ning shift Apply In person Perlk- 
lls Restaurant, 531 Yates. 


BRIGHT, AMBITIOUS, MA- 
ture, experienced salesperson re¬ 
quired Immediately for modern 
Canadlana store Phone 383-264) 


CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT 
PART TIME 

For Munzel interests In Canad 
and USA. Post Office Box 25 
Saanlchton BC 


CUT ABOVE HAIR STYLIST 
under New Management requires 
expert Hairdresser, guaranteed 
wages and commission 388-4440 
between 9-6 


TELEPHONE SOLICITORS RE 
quired immediately, happy work¬ 
ing conditions, excellent remu¬ 
neration offered. Phone 381-5622, 
lOem - 9pm. 


DESK CLERK FOR DOWN 
town hotel Must be able to work 
day or evening shift. Experience 
an asset. Apply In person. Queen 
Victoria Inn 


FOUR PEOPLE NEEDED, 
make between $200 *500 per 
week. Neat appearance and car 
essential. No experience neces 
sary. Will train those who qualify 
478 1624 


!EST Ht _ 
^j^alhelp, live-ln posi- 


BABYSITTER WANTED, SA 
seenos School area, starting Sep- 
ternber. Phone after 6,642-3914. 


MATURE SITTERS RE 
qulred Please call 8AM 6PM, 
383-0697 Mary 


EXPERIENCED WAITER- 
waitress also experienced cook, 
Male or female Apply In person. 
622 Yates, Day 8. Nloht Restau¬ 
rant. 


RELIABLE BABYSITTER RE 
quired. occasional evenings. Our 
home James Bay 388-6137 


PART-TIME HOUSEKEEPER 
required, 6-8 hours per week, $4 
per hour 592-6376, ask for Susan 


MATURE BABYSITTER ONE 
infant. Gorge area, references 
required Phone 382-5) 15. 


DISHWASHER WANTED, 
phone 598-4556 extension 227 ask 
for Tony 


SITTER NEEDED, WILKIN- 
son-Roy area, light housekeeping 
duties. 479-0363 evenings. 


PART TIME SHOE SALESPER 
son required Must have shoe 
sales experience. 385-7267. 


PAINTER REQUIRED, MUST 
be used to quality residential 
work 658 5969 


EXPERIENCED CHEF FOR 
victoria's finest kitchen Reply to 
Victoria Press Box 822 


EXPERIENCED HAIR DRESS 
er needed for beauty salon In Oak 
Bay 598-2922 or 592 7908 


GUTTER INSTALLERS 
victoria Press Box.718. 


EXPE RIENCED WAIT 
ress, waiter Phone 384 4533 


OFFICE HELP 


ADVERTISEMENTS IN 
THIS CLASSIFICATION 
MUST COMPLY WITH 
THE 

BRITISH COLUMBIA 
HUMAN RIGHTS ACT 


STENOGRAPHER 
for the 

SPEECH AND HEARING 
DIVISION 

CAPITAL REGIONAL 
DISTRICT 

COMMUNITY HEALTH 
SERVICE 

SALARY: *970 *1044per month. 

To perform a variety of clerical 
and stenographic duties In the 
Speech and Hearing Division ot 
the Capital Regional District's 
Community Health Service, 
Saanich Health Unit Office, in 
eluding taklno and transcribing 
shorthand dictation, typing, re¬ 
ception, and various other cleri¬ 
cal and general office routine*. 

Applicants should have a mini¬ 
mum of 50 wpm, typing and 80 
w.p.m. shorthand and preference 
will be given to those who have 
some previous experience in 
stenographic work In a medical 
or health-oriented environment. 

The successful applicant will be 
eligible to a broad ranoe of em 
plovee benefits as provided In the 
Union Agreement. 

Applications will be received bv 
the Employment Officer, Capital 
Regional Olstrlct, P 6. Drawer 
1000. victoria, B.fc. V8W 2S6, nc 
later than Friday August 10th. 
1979. 


WE HAVE AN INTERESTING 
and challenging position avail¬ 
able for a person with a pleasant 
personality, strong business 
math background, speed and ac 
curacy with a calculator, typino 
skills plus the ability and desire 
for top performance. Duties are 
varied — Including costing, pric¬ 
ing, stock control and placing 
orders with suppliers. Please 
reply to Victoria Press Box 735 
with resume and/or references. 


CLERK-RECEPTIONIST TO 
perform various office duties In¬ 
cluding: receiving and recording 
payments of fees, processing In¬ 
voices and accounts payable, 
preparing payroll for small staff, 
some typing a must, office ex¬ 
perience preferred. Please 
forward resume to The Principal, 
St. Andrew's School, 1002 Pan¬ 
dora Avenue, victoria, B.C, be- 
fore August 8,1979. 


SMALL VICTORIA BUSNESS 
requires accounts payable clerk 
with accurate typing of at least 40 
wpm. This Is a permanent posi¬ 
tion that requires someone with 
an aptitude for figures and the 
willingness to work on their own. 
Please reply stating salary ex- 
pected to victoria Press Box 819 


CERTIFIED OENTAL ASSIS¬ 
TANT for Orthodontic office, 
must be pleasant and confident. 
Neat in appearance, non-smoker, 
some typing required Please 
apply In own handwriting giving 
vour personal resume to Victoria 
press Box 793 


AN OAK BAY LAW FIRM RE- 
quires a 1st rate conveyancing 
secretary We are prepared to 
pay top salary. The office Is new, 
delightful and air conditioned. 
The working conditions are ex¬ 
cellent, parking Is close by and 
free. Phone 595-2614. 


ACCOUNTANT 

Local firm requires individual 
wltp intermediate accounting, on 
a C.A., C.G.A or R.i.A program. 
Applicants must have public 
practise experience. Resume to 
Victoria Press Box 805. 


INVESTMENT DEALER RE- 
quires experienced teletype op¬ 
erator for order desk Handling 
securlfles. banking, etc. Must be 
bondable Hours 7-3 pm. Start Au¬ 
gust 27th. Phone Mr. Hudson 
388-6401. 




SECRETARY REQUIRED BY 
law firm In Oak Bay Should have 
sdund business knowledge, pos¬ 
sibly experienced In Mortgages 

but willlr*- 4 - --— 

Excellei 
conditions. 


iniwu iii murrgapes 

>ut willing to learn conveyancing 
Excellent salary and working 
ondltlons. 595 2614 


22 OFFICE HELP 


ADVERTISEMENTS IN 
THIS CLASSIFICATION 
MUST COMPLY WITH 
THE 

BRITISH COLUMBIA 
HUMAN RIGHTS ACT 


THE CORPORATION OF 
THE DISTRICTOF 
OAK BAY 

YARDCLERK 

SALARY RANGE: 

*905 *974 PE R MONTH (1978) 

Applications are Invited for the 
position of Yard Clerk at the Oak 
Bay Municipal Yard, 1771 Elgin 
Road, Victoria 

The successtul applicant should 
have a Grade 12 education, with 
typing and basic bookkeeping s 
kills; ability to work with the 
minimum of supervision; be able 
to deal with the public diplomati¬ 
cally, and the ability to work 
hard under pressure. 

Duties Include record keeplno, 
payroll statistics, various equip¬ 
ment, labour and expense re¬ 
ports. Invoicing and dispatching, 
as well as telephone amswerlng. 
AppUcatigns to be made by 4:30 
p.m., Wednesday, August 15, 1979 
to the Municipal Yard, 1771 Elgin 
Road, Victoria. B.C., V8R 5L7, on 
forms available from the Muni¬ 
cipal Hall, 2167 Oak Bay Av¬ 
enue, or by phoning 598-3311. 

J.Mafear, 
Superintendent of/ 

Public Works 


OAKLAND FISHERIES 
LIMITED 
REQUIRES 
BOOKKEEPER/ 
MANAGEMENT 
SECRETARY 
immediately 

The successful candidate will be 
reporting to the Controller and 
have the following qualifications 
-Accounting and Business Ad¬ 
ministration Diploma from a 

-» e fi, r va ,l o'n„ o r,TC.n< ) 

professional competence 
—Minimum of 5 years related 
experience 

—Excellent writing, typing 
(min. 60 W.P.M.) and snort 
hand (min. 100 W.P.M.) 
skills. 

Resume outllng education, ex¬ 
perience and current salary 
should be forwarded In own hand 
writing to: 

Mr . B. F. Mavcock 
Oakland Fisheries Ltd. 

P O Box 1868 
Victoria, B.C. V8V1Z8 


PACIFIC SEAFOODS LTD 
BOOKKEEPER,SECRET ARY 
WITH INI ATI VE REQUIRED 
FOR LOCAL PROCESSOR 
WHOLESALER 

DUTIES TO INCLUDE: ORIGI¬ 
NAL BOOKS OF ENTRY TO 
TRAIL BALANCE, ACCOUNTS 
RECEIVABLE AND PAYABLE, 
MANAGEMENT AND SALES 
CORRESPONDENCE AND AS 
SISTANCE IN SHIPPING AND 
DOCUMENTATION. 
QUALIFICATIONS: A SOLID 
WORKING KNOWLEDGE OF 
ONE WRITE SYSTEM AND 
SYNOPTIC. MIN TYPING OF 50 
WPM AND GOOD COMMUNI¬ 
CATION SKILLS. 

SALARY TO BE COMMENSU¬ 
RATE WITH EXPERIENCE. 
PLEASE FORWARD RESUME 
IN OWN WRITINGTO. 

PACIFIC SEAFOODS LTD.. 

P O. BOX 1868. 
VICTORIA. B.C. 

V8W2P9 

ATTN: MR. PAT LAYCOCK 


S O • 63 SAANICH 
Clerk ll (Clerk Typist). Apollca 
lions are Invited from suitably 
qualified persons for the position 
of Clerk Receptionist, School 
Board Administration Office, 
Sidney BC 7 hours per day. 12- 
months per year Effective Au¬ 
gust 27th, 1979 This position re¬ 
quires a person with above aver 
aoe skills In typing and record 

plication forms are available 
from the School Board Office, 
9751 Third St Sidney BC Phone: 
656-111). Closing date 12 noon, 
August 10,1979. 


RECEPTIONIST TYPIST 
Alcohol councilllng clinic re¬ 
quires a pleasant well organized 
and versatile individual who 
enjoys dealing with the public 
and has the ability to work under 
pressure The successful Appll 
cant will be required to operate 
an electric typewriter at 60 WPM 
and have dictaphone experience 
salary *925 per month with ex¬ 
cellent fringe benefits Submit 
written resume to Executive 
Director D. A R S , «202 733 
Johnson, V8W 1M8 by August 10. 
1979 


ACCOUNTANT 

Temporary assignment available 
immediately for approx. 1 month. 
Must be experienced In all phases 
of accounting. Previous experi 
ence worklno in Public Accoun 
tant Office or retired Public Ac 
countant. 

PRIME PERSONNEL 
320-1070 Douglas Street, 
385 7012 

WE OFFER A CAREER OPPOR 
tunity for an Intelligent, highly 
motivated individual, capable of 
handling, day to day activities.In 
a busy office In Duncan Duties 
include, meeting the public, ac¬ 
counts receivable, billing and 
general administrative functions 
Typing is necessary plus ability 
to organize and work Indepen- 
dantlv We offer good starting 
salary, to arrange Interview 
please send detailed resume to 
Victoria Press Box 780 

CANADIAN IMPERIAL BANK 
of Commerce, Dealer Plan Dept 
requires a credit clerk to start 
immediately. Duties will include 
collection of past due accounts, 
credit Investigations and general 
clerical duties Including some 
typing Applicants must have a 
minimum of 3 yrs. experience 
with a consumer lendlno institu¬ 
tion. Salary based on experience 
Applications will be accepted at 

C l B.C. 1175 Douglas St. between 
10-1 pm weekdays 

REAL ESTATE AND INSUR 
ance office requires a switch 
board operator/receptionist 
Must have oood typing skills and 

Room 212,895 Fort St. 

MEDICAL TYPIST RECEP 
tlonist required tor one half day a 
week Initially, experienced and 
fluent knowledge of medical ter¬ 
minology an advantage inquires 
Victoria Press Box eoF 

CLERK CAP 

qu red. Experience In Office Ma- 
nes desirable. Full benefits 
Apply to Victoria Press Box 814. 

SECRETARY RECEPTIONIST 
required tor oral suroeon's office. 
Typino, d cteptione and book¬ 
keeplno skills essential To start 

Pr5?fcx'/i/ v,c,orl * 

SCOpA BANK, SHELBOURNE 
and Cedar Hill x Road, requires a 
clerk typist for our Consumer 
Credit and Mortgage depart 
ment. Experience preferred. 
Phone 477-1838 

JUNIOR CLERK-TYPtST 
receptionist position open In busy 
life Insurance office. Typino 65 
wpfn L *fe Insurance experience 
an asset. Phone 385-1484. 

MEOICIAL RECEPTIONIST 
required Immedljtcly. Experi¬ 
enced preferred. Typino. book- 
Box77? Y'Tforl* Press 

SECRETARY FOR REFUGEE 
Aid Proorem Co-Ordinator, u 
per hour. Half-time, (could be- 

sfrijo'yierstu 0 "’* 0 Room 

HAVE YOU HAD EXPERIENCE 
worklno as a dental assistant? 
We would like to talk to you. We 
have lobs available tor • full time, 
part time, relief. Phone 381-5334 

WANTED EXPERIENCED 
steno, apply In person at the Ca¬ 
nadian Imperial Bank of Com¬ 
merce, 2639 Quadra St. Victoria, 

EXPERIENCED LEGAL SEC- 
retary some conveyancing re- 
9 u,r ®^ by new Royal Oak law 
firm. 388-5136 Mr Adair 

trade 

THROUGH 

CLASSIFIED 

DIAL 386-2121 




23 SKILLED TIMMS 


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T M H i!? L C A 0 S M S i. F L , V C WT 0 H N 

THE 

BRITISH COLUMBIA 
HUMAN RIGHTS ACT 


SATUHOAV. AUGUST I, 

24 SAJIS PERSONS 
AND AfiENTS 


187!) 


BMP 




c GUTTER INSTALLER 
Experienced continuous outter 
Installer, required to take over 
outter trucks \ 

trucks, diesel and gas. 

ROOFERS 

Experienced tar and gravel 
roofers, required to run roofing 
truck wltn small crew. Should 
have Class 3 licence. 

All permanent positions. Loca¬ 
tion, Central Vancouver island. 
Please reply with resume to Vic- 
torla Press Box 820. 


75 JOBS NOW 

Apply In person only - All will be 
hired before noon Tues. This Is a 
local radio station sponsored pro¬ 
gramme to create lob training 
experience Some phone work, of¬ 
fice staffing, and statistic keea 
ing. No previous experience re¬ 
quired we train salaried 
positions. Only good voice and 
reading capability considered 
Applications taken from 9am til 
4pm Sat-Mon and until noon Tues 
at 4th floor only, 1815 Blanshard 


HEAD NURSE FOR THE PEDI 
atrlc Unit of 50 beds In a 400 bed 
acute care Regional Referral 
Hospital. Must have n.u.a 
course; preferably a Nursing De¬ 
gree and with 3-5 years experl 
ence w th demonstrative, admln- 
istrat ve skills and clinical 

N A B £ r4, « ° f 
*1500 to *)772 per month plus edu¬ 
cational differential. Apply to 
Personnel Director. Royal Inland 
Hosoltal, 311 Columbia St. Kern- 
ioops.B.C. V2C2T1, 


JOURNEYMAN 
MILLWRIGHT 
Required for a Surrey saw mill, 
two shift operation, full benefit 
plan. Apply to Mill & Timber 
Products Ltd. 11690-126A St, Sur 

fffo5fci. VJV 5H3 or ca,t 


nbMguder Wanted 


Luml 

ln terJ°ra*W'spec laity 
cated at Bamere, B.C., requires 
a qualified lumber grader, ex¬ 
perienced In cedar desirable, 
ticket not necessary Phone col¬ 
lect 672-9435 or 672-9727 
between 8 a m -Sp.m 


WANTED: JOURNEYMAN 
carpenters, fullv-experlencied In 
foundation and framing, under 
ground parking. Two men re¬ 
quired, no fritters Apply In per¬ 
son, corner of Vancouver and 
Rockland, Saturday and Tues 
day 


AUTO BODY PAINTER NEED- 
ed Immediately In Port Albernl, 
union wages Good benefits. Ex¬ 
perienced only. Call 112-723-3333 
collect 


FRAMING CONTRACTOR TO 
do house framing by contract. 
One ready now. In 2 weeks more 
to follow. 386-6191, evenings 
479-2056 


CARPENTERS AND APPREN 
tices required for North Island, 
good wages, start Immediately, 
some accomodation available. 
956-3562,956-4957 or 956-4150. 


ALL TRADES. ABLE TO ESTI- 
mate own work. 38S-77SS, The 
Blue Army, 


APPRENTICESHIP PAINTERS 
needed Experienced necessary. 
Call between 5pm-8pm 381-5942 


Able to estimate own work! 
385 7755. The Blue Army 


EXPERIENCED LOG BUILD- 
er wanted. 652-2027, 


24 


SALES PERSONS 
AH0 AfiENTS 


ADVERTISEMENTS IN 

thisclassificaTion 

MUST COMPLY WITH 
THE 

BRITISH COLUMBIA 
HUMAN RIGHTS ACT 


INSIDE SALES 
REP. 


UP TO*14,750 

Experience In 
Industrial Supplies 
or 

Automotive 

Supplies 

Work In Burbank, 
California 

For distribution of Industrial sup¬ 
plies and machine tools, cutting 
tools, abrasives, hand tools and 
tool steel etc. approx. 5 yrs. exp. 
in machine shop tool crib or re¬ 
lated production planning Order 
desk exp for 5 or more vrs. Ts our 
first choice Position Inquires 
courteous, Interested telephone 
communication. Excellent sal¬ 
ary, pleasant working condition 
with profitable expanding co. 
Desirable small town atmosphere 
In Burbank-Glendale area For 
appointment Mon. thru Frl., 8-5 
p.m. 

CALL PAUL ROBINSON 
OR 

PETERSKUBA 
COLLECT 
213-845-8523 

THEE 

EVERYTHING 


CREATORSOFTHE 
FINEST CATALOG IN 
THE TOOL BUSINESS 


LICENCED REALTORS 
KEEPCOOL! 

Air conditioning Is lust one of the 
advantages of working with the 
Permanent at 762 Fort street, 
downtown. Here are some others: 
—mlcro-flche assessment roll* 
—staff mortgages and loans 
—group insurance 
—national referrals 
—mortgage proc fees 
—no management competition 
—videotapes 
-sign Installation 
—staff cafeteria 
—congenial staff 
If vou 7 re a goal-setter and willing 
to work fulltime, there's room for 
you. Call BOB HUGHES, Sales 
Manager, 382-9191 or Res. 

The Permanent 


388-7868 


REAL ESTATE 
SALESPERSONS 

ENJOY YOUR WORK With 
...THE advantages of. 

Full management support 
Opportunity to Participate In 
Company Protects, 
l istinas developed In house. 
SUPERIOR COMMISSION 
SPLIT 

All enquiries In confidence. 

KEN PORTER Res: 656^235. 


TEXAS OIL COMPANY 
urgently needs Individual over 40 
for protected Industrial sales ter¬ 
ritory. No relocation. AAA-1 firm 
established sine* 1933. Liberal 
commissions anabonus. Opportu¬ 
nity for advancement. For per¬ 
sonal interview write: R. B. Teel, 
southwestern Petroleum Cor¬ 
poration, Box 789, Fort Worth, 
Tx. 76101, 


MUST COMPLY WITH 
THE 

BRITISH COLUMBIA 
HUMAN RIGHTS ACT 



"IRE BESTS 


REAL ESTATE 
CAREER 

TRAINING 

PRODUCES 

SUCCESS 

Block Bros, will train you In 
sound proven methods enabling 
you to quickly reach our desired 
level of success. Successtul pres¬ 
tigious salespeople lust 

DON'T HAPPEN, THEY 
ARE TRAINED 

Call today, Interviews bv ap 
polntmenf only. (Held strictly 
confidential). 

CALL 

"THE BESTSELLERS" 

Shelbourne 477-1841 

BobCallum 
Bernle Wilkinson 
Blanshard 386-3231 

Bob Hahn 

Sldnev-Colwood 478-5561 

Bob Ktrthaw 


COMPANY 

EXPANDING 

Are you a Licensed Real Estate 
Salesperon? Are you tired of 
beating the bush for prosoects 
and lust running up a big gas bill? 
Are you Licensed but haven't 
been taught to sell? 

If so-mavbe you should talk to us. 

Preferred Equities Corporation 
We supply all listings, prospects 
and guarantee Immediate Income 
while you learn. 

For Interview contact 

Bob Hall 

Dick Silverberg 

Nancy Armstrong 

385-7731 

Preferred Equities Corporation 
766 Hillside Avenue 
Victoria_BC 


PART TIME SALESPERSON 
A part time salesperson is re¬ 
quired to promote the sale of 
a new line of woodcraft prod 
ucts. 

initial consumer response to 
these products has been very en¬ 
couraging 

We feel that two full days selling a 
week, to outlets in the Victoria 
area, would achieve very satls- 
factorvresults. 

This relatively light and Interest¬ 
ing work mioht appeal to a re¬ 
tired professional salesperson 
who Is looking for part time work 
For an Interview to discuss this 
matter, please call George Hud- 
son at 477-7231' 


REAL ESTATE 
LICENSEES 

Our new office Is open and we 
have openings for several li¬ 
censees to complete our sales 
staff Investigate the continuing 
advantages ot a National Com¬ 
pany. Call now for a confidential 
Interview, Ray Rawnsley, 
477-7121. 



theA» 

§^ay 

We have a full time opening for a 
per sop with previous supervisory 
experience In delicatessen area. 
Must be capable*of assuming re¬ 
sponsibility and managing pea 


in pefson*, 4th floor personnel!^ 
tween 10-3. 


B.C ADVERTISING DISPLAY 
company with new concepts re¬ 
quires a full-time sales repre¬ 
sentative for Vancouver Island 
Good basic salary to start plus an 
excellent commission sfructer 
and sales bonuses. Unlimited 
market opportunities. Send writ¬ 
ten resume to Fascinating Dis¬ 
play Ltd, 60 ) 29th Ave South, 
cranbrook B.C, V1C3K4, Person 
al Interview to follow In your 
city 


WANTED: SALES MANAGER 
for frozen food outlet, local office, 
must have experience and be free 
to travel Phone 294 9667, Vancou¬ 
ver or send resume to Westland 
Meat Packers Ltd, 3433 East 
Hastings St, Vancouver, V5K9Z9. 


EXPERIENCED SALE5PER 
son for ladles wear store. Must 
have friendly personality and 
eniov helping customers, full or 
part time Apply Victoria Press 
Box 795 


QUALITY BRITISH WOOLEN 
shop has opening for.qualified sa 
lesperson, wanting full time em¬ 
ployment. Please send resume to 
victoria Press Box 821. Replies In 
confidence. 


Classified 

Advertising 

386-2121 

8:00a. m.-6:00p.m. 
Mon/ri. 

8:00a.m.-5:30p.m. 

Sat. 


25 TEACHERS 


ADVERTISEMENTS IN 
THISCLASSIFICATION 
MUST COMPLY WITH 
. THE 

BRITISH COLUMBIA 
HUMAN RIGHTS ACT 




(,Kl All R VIC TORIA 

SC HOOl DISTRIC I 

GREATER VICTORIA 
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 6! 

Applications are Invited from 
professionally qualified teachers 
for the position of LEARNING 
ASSISTANCE TEACHER - 
SECONDARY, commencing Sep¬ 
tember 1, 1979. 
QUALIFICATIONS. 

Applicants must have training 
and experience In working with 
learning disabled and remedial 
students. The successful candi¬ 
date must be skilled In assess¬ 
ment techniques, diagnosis, re¬ 
mediation and consultation. 
Some knowledge and/or ex per I 
ence In setting up a learning as¬ 
sistance program would be an 
asset 

APPLICATIONS: 

Applications should be submitted 
to the Instruction-Administration 
Department, Greater Victoria 
School District No. 51, P O. Box 
706, Victoria. B.C., VIW 2R1, BY 
4:30 P.M., AUGUST 13TH., 1979, 
QUOTING COMPETITION NO. 
48-79. Applicants presently under 
contract should submit evidence 
In writing that they can obtain a 
release. 


» TEACHERS 


advertisements IN 
THISCLASSIFICATION 
MUST COMPLY WITH 
THE 

COLUMBIA 
HUMAN RIGHTS ACT 


SCHOOL DISTRICT 72 
CAMPBELL RIVER 
PRINCIPALSHIP 

o^Avward Elementary-Junior 

S f h0 ° l W|M •" 
estimated elementary student 

m enrolment 

of 55 In Grades 8,9, and 10. 

J.he school otters a well 
Including a new 
Honi e Economics 
and « com¬ 
bined Industrial Education shop. 

Preference will be given to 
•hose candidates who are pre- 
Hve "fithln the com mu 
nity and who have the approprl- 
« ementary and secondary 

:fi C a h , l SJcW„T“*' KlK,oc * 

Au p G t u*rT , CTf 9 d r iita,i “ n5bv 

David E. A. Eldred, 

P‘2 ,rl . ct Superintendent of 
bcnoois. 

School Olst. »72 

(Campbell River), 

425 Pinecrest Road, 

Campbell River, B.C 
V9W3N9 


ASSISTANT DAYCARE SUPER 
visor for Sept 1st Phone 477-5)79 


PART-TIME %r 
TEMPORARY HELP 


£.9, V r E J? T 'SEME NTS IN 

T M H il?«'5 A w T ,V°J 


CLERK/TYPIST 
immediately required for large 
Industrial firm to work full time 
t'i] Nov. l and part time there- 
a ter Applicants should have Se¬ 
nior Secondary School Gradua¬ 
tion or equivalent, Including or 
supplemented by courses ln%p- 
ino (min 45 W.P.M.) and stan¬ 
dard commercial sublects. Apply 
In wfltlhO to Victoria Press Box 
826 , statino qualifications and ax 
perlence. 


WANTED-LOVING NANNY 
for two wee girls, ages 1 and 2, 
part time days, September to 
June, approximately 20 hours 
week y, our home, Rockland- 
f airfield area, references, 
382 20)0 


TELEPHONE SOLICITORS RE 
quired immediately, happy work¬ 
ing conditions, excellent remu¬ 
neration ottered. Phone 381-5622, 
10am 9pm 


EARN MONEY IN YOUR 
spare time, work vour own hours, 
minimum 18 years old, call 
652 4188 for appointment. 


BABYSITTER FOR 22 MONTH 
old girl, starting August 6-12th. 
Esquimau area 386-4)477 


a EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 


ADVERTISEMENTS IN 
THISCLASSIFICATION 
MUST COMPLY WITH 
THE 

BRITISH COLUMBIA 
HUMAN RIGHTS ACT 


PROFESSIONAL RESUME OR 
da^ta sheet, phone 384-5659 Fee 


30 SITUATIONS WANTED 


SOCIAL WORK 
EMPLOYMENT WANTED 
Couple require social work posts 
In British Columbia. Anything 
considered In field or residential 
Full British Qualifications 
equivalent to M.S.W. standard 
Aoes 28 and 35 years with 20 years 
tolnt experience. Contact: Brian 
P°we, 21 Grange Rd . Chester. 
England. Phone Chester 44762 (10 
a m onwards Canadian time ) 


CASUAL WORK— PAINTING, 
putters cleaned, lined, repaired, 
Tnsulatlon Instated, chimneys, 
fireplaces repaired. Home Main 
tenance 384-0912, 477-9216 
Wesley. 


BT AND THE SUNSHINE 
Gang Hardworking University 
Students will do gardening, 
housework, etc Phone Teresa at 
388 6275 pager 1610 gr 478-5074 
after 4 pm. 


TRY THE OLO CANADIAN'S 
System from *6 Cleanups, cart¬ 
age, handyman, trees topped, 
felled, removed. The Hand Of Ex¬ 
perience, The Heart of a Lamb. 
Lorne Elves, 592*0129, 598-2636 


LOVING CHILD CARE, MY 
home West Saanich Rd. Interur 
ban Rd. area Preschoolers, 
s, * r,,nB 5 '°- 


SEMI RETIRED LADY WISHES 
office work, one or two days a 
week.pHcxibje hours PO. Box 

V8P5L4 


Depot C, Victoria, 


FOR HIR] 

*/4 ton tru< 

and odd_ 

479-1458 or 479-9297. 


IRE, HANDYMAN AND 
uck tor cleanups, hauling, 
Id lobs cm Frank ai 


BUSINESS NEEDING EXPfcRI- 
enced receptionist Eager to ac- 


PAPERHANGING 
And Interior painting. 479-7816 


HARDWORKING STUDENT 
will do yardwork, gutters, oalnt- 
Ing 383-9308, 5-7 pm 


EXPERIENCED HANDYMAN, 
roof reo4lrs ' 


ANY TYPE OF GARDENING 
wanted Free estimates. 388-6529 
or 479 2968. 


RENT—A—KID 
Help with odd lobs, 387-5506 


MAN WILL PAINT ANO OO 
small lobs, call Derrick 385-7965. 


32 TRADE SCHOOLS 


WITH SEPTEMBER COMING 
Do you know where you are 

ness to help you get Into busi¬ 
ness! 

Sprott Shaw College of Buslnesi 
1012 Douglas_384-8121 


BARDS, MUSICIANS 
AMD ORCHESTRAS 


JAZZ GUITARIST (INTO BE- 
bop and modern) looking to form 
trio or quartet. Call Rob. 

386-8241. 


PIANO PLAYER NEEDS FE- 
male singer, some original, may 
lead to easy money In The future. 
478-0459. 


LEGACY PRODUCTIONS 

tap, special. 


WANTEO-GUITAR AND BASS 
player with vocals and showman- 
ship. S9S-6113. 


ODYSSEY OPEN FOR BOOK- 
Inos. rock and blues, 474-2664, 
595-6912, 595-3452 


BASS PLAYER WANTED FOR 
versatile rock band. Phone 
381-6740 


34 PK-KCMDM MUSK 


SPNKY'S 

656-1652 


CJR 

Canned Music 

Reasonable 312-38)1,598-4717 


CANDU MUSIC 


STEELY'S CANNED MUSIC. 
For a deal you'll listen to. Carter. 
478-7785 John, 112-743-9290. 


MUSIQUE MACHINE 
Canned music and photography 
services. 382-8830, 479-3595. 


MUSIC MAN PORTABLE 
Disco Give us a call 479-8043. 


BUSINESS SERVICES 
AND DIRECTORY 
AbmmUbi 


YEAR BOUND FINANCIAL 
statements and tax preparation 
bv qualified accountant for all 
businesses. Reasonable. Bert 
Whan-Tong, 592-6333. 


PROFESSIONAL SERVICES TO 
small business and corporations 
Financial statements. Tax re¬ 
turns. Reasonable rates. D.N. 
Lane 382-9920 morns. 


FOR EFFICIENT YEAR 
round bookkeeplno, confect Bar¬ 
bara Watt-, Bookkeeolnu ',ci 
vices, 382-3633, 598-2946. 


A^pdum Rgpairt 


ABC ELECTRIC AND 
VICTORIA SHAVER CENTRE 
382-7221 

TELE-TECH APPLIANCES 
385-6783 
831 YATES ST. 


Affratots 


Real 

(450) 1070 


G. JACKSON LTD. 

fe.! A00r * i5 &.V 


Auto Clin 


B ! BOSSOM 

1 GLASS CO LTO 


"OUR PRICES ARE LOWER'' 
382 3031 382-0222 

REPLACEMENT GLASS 


Bafer»*fc| 


STOP! 

Do vou require a mature and 
reliable sltter(s) and have little 
time for Interviewing women or 
the cost and time Involved In find 
Ing the right person? Whether It 
be full-time, part-time, occaslon- 
al or evenings, Please call 
Mary's, 383-0697, 8am-7pm. (No 
Charge) 


LOVING CHILD CARE, MY 
home. Monday Friday 478-2385. 
Cotwood School area. 


YOUNG RELIABLE STUDENT 
will babysit, days or evenings. 


CaMMtlMkhi 


KITCHEN CABINETS, BATH- 
room vanities, counter-tops, all 
custom built, or refaclng old cabi¬ 
nets with new modern designs, 
with low price. For free estimate 
call 479-7245. 


I'M NOT EXPENSIVE 
BUT I'M GOOD 

Specializing In cabinets and in- 

of buildlnos, alternations, steps, 
etc in business since the 5&s. 
Phone Mr. Gwltt: 383-4250. 


F J CONSTRUCTION. ALL 
sorts of carpenter work, addi 
lions, alterations, finishing, 
framing, etc Private and com 
mercial Free estimates. Call 
F red Jorgensen, 642-3075. 


cial) carpenter, estimator, seeks 
residential additions, alterations, 
sundecks, patios, fencing All 
work guaranteed. Very compel I 
five prices. 385-8977. 


JOURNEYMAN FINISHER, 
framing, cabinets, renovations, 
rumpus rooms, etc. Free estl 
mates. Call between 5-7 pm, 
474 1802. 


OAK BAY 

Community Carpenter. Renova 
tlons. finishing, cabinets, sun- 
decks *9.50 a hour or contract 
Call Terry 595-6046. 


JOURNEYMAN EXPERI- 
enced In finish, framing, con¬ 
crete, additions, renovations, re¬ 
pairs and sundecks. Free advice 
call Al 47M750. 


COMPLETE RENOVATIONS, 
sundecks, custom cabinets For 
prompt professional service at 
*10 an hour or contract, call Phil- 
lip Stock wood, 385-5554,383-684) 


REMODELING SPECIALlSTS- 
repairs, alterations and addi¬ 
tions, basement rooms, fences. 
Custom homes. 477-7382. 


TWO MEN FOR FENCES, 
stairs, renovations, roofing, and 
miscellaneous services. Call 
Doug, 595-4219, or John, 385-6479 


CARPENTER, 35 YEARS Ex¬ 
perience, remodeling, new con 
iructlon, free estimates. After 
6pm 479-2128 


PERMA CONST. LTD. 

FREE ESTIMATES, 384 2323 


EXPERIENCED FRAMING 
crew available now After 4 pm, 
652-3602 


SMALL JOBS A SPECIALTY 
Call_598 2920 


ISLAND FRAMING 
652-3572 


REVOVATIONS, ANY KIND, 37 
years experience, 656-4947. 


Cvptt 0«MM( 



Rug 

Doctor;' 1 
Rent# 

The Only 

"Steam" Carpet Cleaner 
With the vibrating brush 
THUNDER8IRD STORES LTD 
2929 Douglas St. Vic. 386-2921 

WESTERN FOOD 
772 Goldstream Ave. Vic. 478-9123 
VILLAGE FOOD MARKET 

I^bTe^STrI m2 - 4134 

Beban Plaza, Nanaimo 758-5421 
REVELSTOKEHOME 
IMPROVEMENT CENTRES 
4900 Wellington Rd. Nanaimo 

758-3931 

A & C EQUIPMENT 

1885 Fort St. 598-6551 

SAANICH RENTALS LTD. 

3772 Shelbourne St. 477-6908 

OLD COUNTRY RENTALS 

^D&aSg&YHARDwi^ 37 ' 

3825 Cadboro Bay Rd. 477-4233 
CARLTON CLEANING 
3490 Saanich Rd. 385-4841 

COLWOOD RENTAL CENTRE 
1818 Island Hwv. 478-9545 

BRENTWOOD HARDWARE 
7103 W. Saanich Rd. ' 652-2822 

SIDNEY RENTALS 
9773 5th St 656-5541 

SOOKE EQUIPMENT 
6626 Sooke Rd. 642-5841 

DUNCAN 

COWICHAN RENTALS LTD. 
Trans Canada Hyw. 748-1431 


REGIONAL CARPET CLEAN- 
Ing. Steam Cleaning, living room, 
dining room and hallway, *45. 
478-85)8. 


RON'S CARPET CLEANING 
9c a square foot 384-6110 


Carp«ti mV U**l*vm 


0 


EDGAR 
and MINER 


650 Mill SIDE 38&4J0e 

Carpets and 
Custom Draperies 

"A PROFESSIONAL 

approachwith 
GUARANTEED SERVICE'' 


\ BEAVER 

HOME CENTRE 
1581 Hillside 595 1225 

VICTORIA'S OZITE 
ARTIFICIAL TURF CENTRE 
Youlnstalll 
We Install I 


CARPETS AND LINOS LTD. 
FLOOR COVERING 
SPECIALISTS 

715 PANDORA AVE. 386-2401 


DUSWISS SERVICES 
AND DIRECTORY 
Carpctt mV UmIbubi 


CARPETS AND LINO IN- 
stalled, reasonable rates, free es 
tlmates. Phone 384-1656 


READY-MIXED CONCRETE 
when you want It - we deliver on 
weekends. Smaller lobs a spe¬ 
cialty Personalized, friendly ser¬ 
vice. Phone 478-3522 (24 hrs) or 
388 5464 pager 611 ‘ “ ' 

Cement Produ< 
hill Rd 


___ T . .... Small Load 
Products Ltd, 2650 Nob- 


G AND R CONCRETE FINISH¬ 
ES, all type of concrete work. No 
[ob too small. 383-8985 after 4. 
388-9820 


FORMS, CEMENT WORK, 
steps, foundations, sidewalks, 
etc Steve La sz 10 479-4756. 


SIDEWALKS, RETAINING 
walls, driveways. No lob too 
small. Phone: 652-1614 


Ctaamip Service 


4 BROTHERS 

ALL AREA —479-6112 
FREE ESTIMATESANYTIME 
NO CHARGE AND UP 
Yard, Basement, Garage, Etc. 
Hauling and Bobcat Service 


REASONABLE CLEANUP 
Yards, basements, etc also haul- 
ISsaVl** eSt,ma,eS 479 ’5823, 


CLEAN-UP YARDS, COMPOSTS 
and basements, prompt service, 
reasonable rates, 474-1512. 


CLEANUPS, BASEMENTS, 
attics, yards, composts, and lunk 
hauling. 658-S406. 


CLEANUP MAN AND EMPTY 

ibiJ.MS 0 ^? 0 '° r " ork ' rM5 “ n - 


COMPLETE YARD CLEANING, 
tnwmmt, trees, fenclna, oelnt- 
Ing etc. Call 3«2-4094. 


HAULING AND CLEANUPS 
Basement, vard, compost. Free 
estimates Eugene s, M ]}2> 


Contractors 


WESTCAN 

National 

Surface Cleaning 

Exterior Cleaning 
Specialists 

Masonry, brick, mobile homes, 
boats, aluminum buildings 
painted surfaces, driveways, etc 
-6hemlcal-cold wash, new break 
through. Free estimates Contact 
Box 1625 Station E, Victoria, B C 
V8W2Y7of phone 386-3441 


WHEATON 

CONSTRUCTION LTD. 
General Contractors 
Building Consultants 
385-5702 


FARMER 
CONSTRUCTION 
Design — Renovations 
388-5121 


EDGARSON CONTRACTING 
Painting, cleaning and minor re- 
pairs to new and redone construe 
lion. Conlreci or hourly rate 
5937430,112-MM0M. 


T.&C. BUILDERSLTD. 
Framing 

385-5293_385-8587 


BOOGAARSLTD. 

BUILDING CONTRACTORS 1964 
388 6275 PAGER 2947 


The Blue Army 

385-7755 


SPECIALIZING IN RENOVA 
tlons. 20 year s experience 
Prompt professional service. Call 
John: 479-0695. 


JONESBROTHERS 
i, frame so 


Custom homes, 
ts^ood prices 


special 
656 2164, 


WE WILL DESIGN AND BUILD 
vou a log home on your site at 
savings to you. 652-2027. 


FRAMING, RENOVATIONS, 
and additions Work guaranteed 
382 4295 


ISLAND FRAMING 
-652 3572- 


Dragtriu 


Floor CoverintfSpeciallsts 

CUSTOM 

DRAPERIES 

—Bedspreads— 

PROMPT IN-HOME SERVICE 
715 PANDORA AVE 386-2401 


Drtssmakini 


ESPERENZA LADIES AND 
gents alterations. Phone anytime 


DRESSMAKING-TAILORING 

Alterations 

Brenda_ 478-9953 


ROSALYNN FRASER. DESIGN 
er/dressmaken Couture for par 
ticular people. 395 3154 


PROFESSIONAL DRESSMAK 
Ino Reasonable Call Betty at 
384 4676- 


Drywail 


"SPRAYMAN" 

Specializing in all types of texture 
ceilings and wall, satisfaction 
guaranteed. 652-3601. 


DRYWALL APPLICATION, 
taping, painting and textured 
ceilings. 12 years experience 
Work guaranteed 382-4295 


NO JOB TO SMALL, QUALITY 
work 598-687? 


Electric*! C«itract«T 


RG HELLER ELECTRIC 
Resident, commercial, small In¬ 
dustrial. Old home rewiring. 
Very reasonable rates. 478-4032, 
It no answer 385-5335. 


OLDER HOMES REWIRED — 
NO down payment. We finance at 
bank rates with approved credit. 
EDDY'S ELECTRIC—385 7666 


DO YOU HAVE SMALL ELEC- 
trleal wlrlnq lobs? No one Is In¬ 
terested? Please call evenings, 
65? 5809. 


SELF EMPLOYED ELECTRI 
clan, new or rewire, rates that 
won’t SHOCK you. Free estl- 
mates, 381-6728 or 384 0101 


NEW. INSTALATION, REWIR 
ing, renovations. For quality 
work at reasonable prices. 
385-0657 Michael. 


WIRING JOBS, SERVICE 
calls at prices you can afford. 
656-5294 


LICENSED ELECTRICIAN 
will do new wlrlno, rewiring, 
stove repairs, 479-9765 


LICENCED ELECTRICIAN, 
general wiring, Installations and 
repairs, tree estimates, 384-4206. 


ELECTRICIAN, FREE ESTI 
mates. Call Bernle 386-1094. 


Excavatfag 


MANSELL BOBCAT SERVICE. 
Weekend specialists. Call 
478 9458, 478-2570. for leveling, 
backfilling, septic fields, post 
holes, sand, gravel or tupsoll sup¬ 
plied, spread, leveled. Basements 
dug, landscaping and rockwork. 


4 BROTHERS 

ALL ARE AS —479-6112 
FREE ESTIMATESANYTIME 
Leveling, backfilling, Bobcat ser- 
vee, baekhoe, trucks, tractors, 
rototininq. Topsoil, gravel,etc. 


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36 BUSINESS SERVICES 
AND DIRECTORY 
Eunitht 


The Blue Army 

385-7755 


ROBERTSON'S EXCAVATING 
Track machine with backhoe 
Roads, basements, backfilling 
S9S-8530. 


QUALITY WORK AT REASON 
4ble prices by reliable estab 
11shed Contractor’. Cats, backhoe 
and trucking Call Barnes Con 
structlon Services 479-2595. 


Ftftctag 


ISLAND CHAIN LINK 
Fencing In wire or wood 
SmallTobsas— 


bs a specie 
'7-033T 


Flooring and Sanding 


COMPLETE FLOORCENTRE 
Hardwood, Carpets and Linos 
532 william St!, 384-0343 
Nights: Al, 386 J078 
Mike, 652-4308 


Fumitiiro Roflntthing 


FURNITURE STRIPPING 
Dining chairs from *7 50 Oak din 
ing tables, from *28.50 Complete 
9 pee dining suites from *185 
Pete s Place, 786 Goldstream 
478-6000. 


FURNITURE REFINISHING 
And repairing. Quality work, free 
pickup and delivery, 382-3266 


FURNITURE STRIPPING 
dooe^bv hand, reasonable rates, 


G»rdMM( 


4 BROTHERS 

479-6112 ALL AREAS 
FREE ESTIMATESANYTIME 
ROTOTILLING, hand tillers to 
tractors, 24" wide to 5' 

GENERAL yard cleanups, orass 
cutting, edging, trimming, beds, 
etc regular maintenance 
new LAWN preparations, older 
lawns repaired, landscaping. 
BOBCAT SERVICE. LEVEL 
ING. SPREADING, DIGGING 
UNDERBRUSHETC. 

HAULING topsoil, stone, gravel, 
bark mulch, etc. Small or laroe 
quantity. 

Tractor service, orass, brush 
HARD WORKING manual la 
bourers for odd jobs 479-6112 
RESIDENTIAL. COMMERCIAL 


JUST LAWNS 

PERSONALIZED 

Professional lawn maintenance 
—ogram For free estimates call 
2 - 02 /- 


38? 0248or592 7937 


GARDEN CLEAN-UP 

Mowing, trimming, dig 
beds, new c"— * * r 

experience, __ _ 

scaping. Call Beautiful Gardens. 


QUALITY LANDSCAPING LTD 
Pruning, gardening, mainte¬ 
nance and cleanup New lawn 
preparation, power raking 
Monthly rates, 30 years experi 
ence. Reasonableprices, free est 
mates. 478 1684,478-4216 


Harvev's Landscaping 

15 years experienced Chinese 
Gardener, new lawns specialty 
fencing, garden design, all 
phases 479 7078.384 8621. 


RELIABLE GARDENER 
Trimming hedges, evergreens 
and ornamentals, spraying, 
mowing and edging lawns New 
lawns, patios and year round 
maintenance 478-6781 


CLEANUP 

Clean up, pruning, etc. Gardening 
year round bv contract, G. Barta 
474 2680,474 2049 


The Blue Army 

385-7755 


TWO YOUNG PEOPLE WOULD 
love to do vard work Phone now 
and we can be there tomorrow 
598 I876QT 385-2149. 


EXPERIENCED GARDENER, 
painter, landscaper will do lobs 
around vour home Reliable. Vic 
tor 384 9175 


JENNINGS GARDENING COM 

Sn 0 <j?e°sr^iy^r merClal 


CREATIVE LANDSCAPING 
Dutch horticultural background 
477-7882 


EXPERIENCED GARDENER 
for yard maintenance, your tools 
*5hour Steve 595 6154 


RELIABLE GARDENER, YARD 
maintenance, weeding, cleanup 
*4 hour. Jessica 383-9426 


GARDENING, ALL PHASES, 
381-6057. 


GARDENER, MATURE STU 
dent with experience. 592-6341 


Glut mV Glazmi 


— MAYFAIR GLASS — 

Residential — Commercial 
Full Service Glass Shop 
790 Spruce St._ 384 B7?l 


THERMO STORMS 
Wood to aluminium. Change with 
Ever Brlte 658 8817.384 1423 


Gutter dialling 
mB Ripitfi 


WHY WAIT. ACT NOW. CLEAN 
mo, repairs, paintlno, etc on 
vour gutters and down pipes 
Very reasonable, all work 
guaranteed 388-4295 


G R STEWART HOME IM 
provements Ltd. 5” continuous 
putter Wooden gutters refur 
bished 479-7086 


5" CONTINUOUS GUTTERS, 
special contractor rates IRWIN 
INDUSTRIES, 382-5154. Frecest 


Hauling 


4 BROTHERS 

Pickups, dump trucks, topsoil, 
sand, gravel, stone, fill. bark, 
mulch, etc Bobcat service 
Cleanups, Estimates. All areas 
479 6112 


SMALL HAULING JOBS. *18 
per hour Sand, gravel, topsoil, 
garbage, etc Eugene 383 3528 


x 4-3 TON DUMP CLEANUPS, 
Commercial and Residential An 
ytlme 385 7965 


DON'S HAULING. CLEAN 
lunk. oarbage and basements, 
after 4prn 478-7663 


QUICK SERVICE, HAULING, 
lunk. cleanup, etc. Call Fong, 
479 7078, 384 8621 


RELIABLE HAULING, CLEAN 
up and carpentry work *10 hour 
Call after 4 30 383-2510 


J '4 TON TRUCK AND ENERJE 
tic 30 year old driver, at vour 
service. 7?i 3250 


Horn* linpovMMirts 



Manufacturers of custom mill 
work wood windows, frames and 
doors Finished lumber and 
mouldings, sanding and resaw 
ing. Summer Hours: Weekdays 
7:56-5:00, Saturdays9-I2. 

Cr , Hillside and Bridge 388 6645 


















































































































































































































































































































































































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36 BUSINESS SERVICES 
AND DIRECTORY 


T & C HANDYMEN 

We do a good lob. All kinds of 
yard work and home mainte¬ 
nance Is our specialty. Garden- 
mo. fencing, clean-up, palntlno, 
cement work, carpentry. Our low 
rates will please you. Call us at 


KITCHEN AND BATHROOM 
renovations. Sondecks, fencino, 
cabinets, plumbing, household 
repairs. Estimates. Ron: 
4799716. • 


CANTERBURY DECORATING 
Renovations and improvements. 
Co mp lete decorating service. 


N0 •3 ,< 2. b TOO BIG OR TOO 
small. For free estimates, give us 
a call. 362-5412. 


BATHROOM RENOVATIONS, 20 
v £. a L s «, e * oerlence Cal1 John: 
479-0695. 


SUPERIOR WORKMANSHIP, 30 


Janitor S«r*ict 


FAMILY TEAM SPECIALIZES 
in Restaurants, offices, houses, 
etc, insured, bonded 386-7490, 


Beautiful Gardens 

New lawn specialists. All phases 
of landscaping and designing 
available Satisfaction guaran¬ 
teed Tractor service, garden 
cleanup, 14 vrs. experience. Free 
estimates. Call 595-2500. 


4 BROTHERS 

FREE ESTIMATESANYTIME 
Landscaping, new lawn prepara¬ 
tion, rototflllng, leveling, hauling, 
topsoil Stone, mulch, etc. Trees. 
Shrubs. Bobcat Service 479-6112. 


Barker Landscaping 

Lawn specialists, natural stone 
work, slate, general layout and 
design, Ideas, sketchings, com¬ 
plete oarden maintenance. Free 
estimates. 595-8323. 


SAANICH LANDSCAPING 
Complete landscaping, lawns, 
stone walls, fireplaces, patios, 
driveways, sidewalks. Free esti¬ 
mates. Lowest price. Call dav or 
night, 479-6490. 


SCOTIA LANDSCAPING 
Rock facings, rock retaining 
walls and landscaping Free estP 
mates. 10 years experience. Jose 
Tavares, 385-4874, 


PORTUGESE LANDSCAPING. 
Stone work, rock walls, fire¬ 
places, and landscaping. Free es¬ 
timates. Reasonable prices. 
595-5439 


CREATIVE LANDSCAPING 
Designing and redesigning. Artis¬ 
tic layouts. Free estimates 
Dutch Horticultural background. 
477-7882. 


TONY'S LANDSCAPING AND 
masonry specialized In rock work, 
facing, fireplaces, retaining 
walls. Reasonable rates 384-7071. 


QUALITY LANDSCAPING LTD. 
30 years experience, all phases, 
low prices, free estimates. 
478-1684,478-4216. 


Lawnmowtr Service 


REPAIRS TO ALL LAWN- 
mowers, key-cutting and sharp 
ening service Phone Midget In- 
dustrles Ltd, 381-5414. 


LAWNMOWER SHARPENING 
at your home. Reels $18, Rotary 
S 6 7 9 am 382-8750. 


Masonry 


TONY'S MASONRY SPECIA- 
lized In rockwork, facing, fire¬ 
places, retaining walls. Reason- 
ablc rates 384-7071. 


M.C MASONRY. BIG OR 
small, brick or block, fireplaces, 
faces, veneers and repair. 
598-1618. __ 

25 YEARS' EXPERIENCE, ALL 
types brickwork, phone Doug 
anytime, 479-5975. 


QUALITY BRICK AND STONE 
work Specializing In facings, re¬ 
taining walls and patios. Jobs 
guaranteed For tree estimates 
call 386-6639 or 652-4353. 


CALL SIMON FOR FIRE- 
places and facings 383-8359. 


ISLAND STONEWORK 
Natural looking, and best prices. 
For free estimate call 386-0731 


MiscoJIanoous Service 


BATHTUBS 

Let PERFECT PORCELAIN 
restore it to Its 
original condition 
right on the premises 
or bring it to our shop. 

OLD STYLE TUBS 
our specialty 

TYPESETTING 

Fast efficient proof-read, 60 tv- 
pestyles. 5Vj to 74 point type 
sizes. $18 an hour. 302-1208 Wharf 
St. Hartwig Court. Call Lee, at 
386-1305 


SAWYER SHARPEN SCISSORS 
840 Fort St. _ 388-6228 


BARRY'S MOVING 

AND STORAGE 

Careful, organized moves with 
Experienced Professionals. Stor 
age, boxes at cost, pianos and 
heavy weight Bonded and In 
sured. Free estimates or reason¬ 
able rates. 479-6011 8:30 to 5 
weekdays. 


DRUM CARTAGE 

The moving specialists. Pianos, 
antiques, heavyweights. Storaoe 
facilities, packing and crating. 
Reasonable rates, free estimates. 
Call 383-9861 and save $$$ 


NEED ATRUCK ??? 

CAM Cartage, quality Insured 
moves at very low rates, large or 
small moves. 656-3651. 386-3652 
after 4pm. 


F RANKS MOVING & STORAGE 
Moving and pickup and delivery 
service. Also packing and crating 
available Small truck $16 an 
hour, large truck $20 an hour 
382 5275. evening calls 382-2730. 


MOVES ANDDELIVERIES. EX 
perienced, efficient. Insured. Eu- 
oene's, 383-3S28. 


$9.50 HOURLY MAN & TRUCK. 
Moving, hauling. Same day ser 
vice. Woody 595-5650. 


LIGHT DELIVERY SERVICE, 
$8 a call. 592-7068. 


Pahrttrs and Decorators 


PAINTING. INTERIOR AND 
exterior, low prices, free esti¬ 
mates. work guaranteed. l 0 ° o off 
for old age pensioners. We also 
paint and stain root shingles and 
shakes. Phone Ron, 384-9485. 


WILL HELP BY SPRAYING 
open areas or paint It all for you. 
Airless spraying cuts labour, 
time Excellent for rough or shin¬ 
gled surfaces. Experienced. 
Guaranteed. 382-7366. 


W.E. FERRIDAY PAINTING, 
interior and exterior by experl 
enced tradesman. No lob too 
small, reasonable rates. 384-1513 
days, 477-2843 evenings. 


TARTAN PAINTING AND DE 
corating, Old Country trades¬ 
man, special rates for Old Age 
Pensioners. Free estimates. 
386-7182. 


CANTERBURY DECORATING 
Residential and Commercial 
painting, vinyl hanging, spray 
painting, free estimates. 479-3541 


IF QUALITY AS WELL AS 
price is Important. Call Specialty 
Painting at 595-4424 for a painting 
estimate. Fully QUALIFIED 
with solid REFERENCES HI 


NO JOB TOO SMALL, REASON- 
able rates. Call after 5 pm for free 
estimates, 385-8402. 


SEMI-RETIRED. QUALITY 
work, Albert Roberts, 388-5651. 


M BUSINESS SERVICES 
AND DIRECTORY 

PaMtra m 4 Dwtriton 

EAVES, TRIM NEED PAINT- 
ing? Careful workmanship. Rea 
sonable. Sam Burrowes, 385-2820, 
Harold Simpson, 386-7097. 

EXP. ENGLISH PAINTER 

Int. and Ext. 30 vrs. exp. 
Paperhanging, Minor Repairs 
Free Estimates 478-1810. 

OLD AGE PENSIONERS PRE- 
ferred. Residential house paint¬ 
ing. Yellow pages or Garth 
Glover Painting, 385-6422. 

INTERIOR/EXTERIOR PAINT- 
inp and repairs. Reasonable 
rates. Free estimate. 595-2109. 

GARRETT PAINTING, ftfft»ER 

hanging, free estimates. 478-0992 
evenings. 

JOURNEYMAN PAINTER, HAS 
own tools, will work by hour or 
contract. 478-3167. 

EXPERIENCED PAINTER 
needs work, exterior and interior. 
Small plaster repairs. 592-7137 

FOR QUALITY WORK IN 
terior and exterior. 28 years ex¬ 
perience. 478-1254 

PAINTING AND DECORATING, 
reasonable rales, satisfaction 
4792473 * 6 *". Terms 59S-4905. 

N 0 ^*V£fi9 l if R0FESS,0NA L 
PAINTERS AVAILABLE 
Interior/Exterior & Paper 
Phone anytime 385-5910 

Pnty 

DRIVEWAYS. PARKING LOTS, 
j£Ei* courts, subdivisions and 
fixation 0 Free e * t ' m « t *» No ob- 

^Ar.A. O K . Pa yi noCa Ltd 

2840 Nanaimo St. 386-3414 

Plattortrt 

FRIEORICH PLASTERING 
and stucco. Patching specialists, 
older homes stuccoed. 656-2064. 

COLEMAN PLASTERING 
Quality lath and stucco. 478-9976. 

STUCCO REPAIRS, LATHING, 
dry wall taping, no lob too small. 
477-9498. 

Pkmhfa{ aad Hutiif 

NEED A QUALIFIED, REPU- 
table, honest tradesman plumb¬ 
er? G, Cooper Plumbing and 
Heating. New, renovate, service, 
gas. 382-8644 24 hours. 

GLEN'S PLUMBING HEATING 
and gas Reasonable and effi¬ 
cient. 24 hour service. Chervl 
478-4322 (days); 478-4572 (eve¬ 
nings). 

JIM MCGREGOR REPAIRS 
and alterations, apartment main¬ 
tenance, OAP discounts. Guaran¬ 
teed. 385-9239, 384-5320 

D .. & S PLUMBING SERVICE, 
alterations and repairs. Reason¬ 
able 478-0965. 

HOUSEHOLD PLUMBING, 
malor/mlnor repairs, fast, rea¬ 
sonable, references 478-1841 

DAVID'S PLUMBING 

Hot water tanks, drain cleaning, 
general repairs. 386-8881 

REASONABLE RATE PLUMB- 
er. 24 hour service. Free esti¬ 
mates, 477-5742. 

PLUMBER. FREE ESTIMATES 
479-1212 

RtfriftritiM mV 

Ur Cwiatlwihi 

BURNETT REFRIGERATION. 
Fridges and freezers serviced In 
your home. 382-4134 (24 hrs) 

Ro*(h( let Sidhtf 

iRWiN INDUSTRIES.Solid vinyl 
siding,soffit 5“contmuous dui- 
ters.Free estimates.382-5154 

PARKER JOHNSTON LTD. 

1855 BLANSHARD. 382-9181 
“Roofing Victoria Since 1935" 

ROOFING AND RELATED CAR- 
Pentrv, 10-years experience. 
386-1320. • 

TAR AND GRAVEL AND ALL 
other types of roofing and re¬ 
pairs. 382-5412. 

ALL TYPES OF REPAIRS AND 
roofing. Phone Central Sheet 
Metal 478-1814. 

CEDAR SHAKE AND CEDAR 
*btogl^ roof Ing. Free estimates. 

RE-ROOFING AND NEW 
roofing. Work guaranteed. 
382-4295 

S m 

SAVE ENERGY 

WITH SHARP TOOLS! 

Fast service or exchange 
Reasonable prices 
, a CANqij SERVICE CENTER 

2825 BRIDGE ST 386-1122 

Stxcce 

STAN OLSON PLASTERING 
Ltd. Old and new, lathing and 
stucco, 383-0897 

Mtcki 

FINEST QUALITY 

DECK COATINGS 
LOWEST PRICES 
GUARANTEED 

FREE ESTIMATES 

CALL 658-5339 

durodeku 

Vinyl sundeck floor covering for 
new and old decks. Free esti¬ 
mates 478-0641. 

1 DESIGN AND BUILD THE 
finest decks. Call Phillip, 
385-5554,383 6841. 

Titfen 

LEATHERWEAR ALTERA 
tfons, repairs, remodelling, 
cleaning and dyeing. Ellev 7 s 
Leather Fashions. 738 Johnson, 
383-7834 

T.II^I^Pt^WdU.nd 

mens quality leather alterations 
I8260ak Bay Ave 598-4131 

BRITISH CUSTOM TAILORS 

1311 BLANSHARD 383-2632 

TrwSwvfc* 

FALLER AVAILABLE 
Falling, topping and limbing, big 
or small 1 do them all. Week- 
niohts and weekends. For best 
prices call Brian anytime 
642 4112. 

SKIP'S TREE SERVICE 

Fully insured 
Professional work 

479-5342 

CUSTOM FALLING & TOP- 
ping."Tree Specialists." Fully In¬ 
sured. 385 7013 anytime. 

ISLAND TREE SERVICE. LOW 
rates, fully Insured, dependable 
386 3047, anytime. 

Upfcglltgfy 

ACE UPHOLSTERY 
477-0455 

Quality workmanship. European 
craftsman. Free estimates. 

WMmClMMri 

JACK'S WiNDOW CLEANING, 
residential and commercial, free 
estimates. Call 383-3481. 

OLYMPIC WINDOW CLEAN- 
47&76T' ' friend,v ** rv, ce. 

WINDOWS WASHED, AVER- 
age house $12.478-9461. 

38 TRAVEL 

MAUI 

2 Sl^S,?„ 1 !* dro ? m M* Ibrnlshed 
condominium located on a safe 
sandy beach. 

OK Trucking Co Ltd, 386-3414 


DIVORCED GENT, LATE 30'S, 
tall, considered attractive, sensl- 
,ive -Jlhcere, secure financially - 
would like to meet an active Intel- 
; share a construc¬ 

tive life. Interests, sailing, 
self achievement. Marriage 


1 *i°f E THIS AD WITH REACH 
and be of Interest to a healthy, 
attractive lady. My Interest In¬ 
clude outdoors end sports. I wish 
to share them with a good com¬ 
panion, someone special for me 
and a good relationship. I am In 
my 40 s. victoria Press Box 816 


PROFESSIONAL GENTLEMAN 
in 30 s, enlovs swimming, golfing 
and most sports, wishes to meet 
lady In late 20's or 30's for social 
outings. Oblect matrimony. 
Please enclose snapshot, victoria 
Press Box 765. 


38 TRAVEL 


MAUI 


Off season rates. Deluxe 2 BR , 2 
bath condominium across from 
sunniest beach In Maul. Book 
now for this summer and fall 
477-3039,383-9512 


GOING TO MAUI 
Kaanapali Beach 

One bedroom units Include all 
facilities. Special rates of $30 U.S. 
per dav until Sept. 30 then $45 
U.S. until Dec. 15th and $70 U.S 
through till April 30, 1980. For 
Information call 479-7117, days; 
or 382-7642 after 5 a.m. or week¬ 
ends. 


MAUI—BEACHFRONT 

DELUXE 2 BEDROOM, FULLY 
FURNISHED CONDOMINIUMS. 
PLENTY OF RECREATION 
AND MILES OF SANDY 
BEACH. OFF SEASON RATES 
NOW AVAILABLE. BOOK 
EARLY. 383-4124, 


HAWAII—$449 
includes fllghtson Wardair, 

14 nights- transfers, etc. 
Western Canada Travel Service 
729 Johnson _ 382-6160 


WAIKIKI, ONE BEDROOM 
condominium, fantastic ocean 
view, available Auoust ISth-No- 
vember 18 592-4659 


PERSONALS 


SUCCESSFUL TRAVELED 
business Men (Bechelor) Is look- 
n flJ or 0 nieanlnfltul relationship 
with an attractive Woman. Would 

».n h *^ r r^ l »i*^a? 

40 and Interested In power boat¬ 
ing, gourmet dining, have a good 
sense of humor anofree to take on 
cruises. New to Victoria, would 
ike to meet unattached compan- 
, 0 *i- This Is my first attempt at 
using this medium. I would like Fo 
communicate with a Lady who 
jjso does not enlov the plastic 
people at the bar scene. A picture 

srv ,d R t 5.i7'M RLns 

799. 


EVELYN HIGGINS 

WHEREARE 

YOU? 

Please contact:— Jed McGuire, 
Martvn's Piece, Fairfield Road, 
East Grlnstead, Sussex, England. 


ini , travel. 

*»•! /KWtrli 

slble. Victoria Press Box: 


INTERESTED IN MEETING 
new people. Singles Scene Club Is 
a ,' ocl « 1 'non profit group open to 
all unattached people. Join the 
Jyn softball, picnics, dances, etc. 
c « 1 384^984 or 479-6050. See our 
ad In today's Coming Events 


ARE YOU TRIM, SENSUOUS, 
attractive girl, 25/35, loves out 
d°°r*' travel. I'm 40, nice-look¬ 
ing, tired-doing things alone, need 
easv-golng companion. Photo ap- 
preclated. Victoria Press Box 769. 


THE BIBLE IS NOT AS COM- 
plicated as you think. Dally read¬ 
ing is the breakthrough. Start 
now with the aid of the BIBLE 
PLANNER, distributed free bv 
The Chrlstadelphlans. 1396 Me- 
kenzic Ave, V 8 P 2M3. 


UNATTACHED LADY, EARLY 
40 s. wishes to meet attractive 
man, unmarried and no hangups, 
for long relationship. Picture 
p **«*6 and phone number If pos- 
slble. Victoria Press Box 796. 


PATRICIA WANUCH, LAST 
known address Kamloops, British 
Columbia, or anyone knowing her 
whereabouts, please contact Vic¬ 
toria Press Box 798 on a matter of 
urgent personal concern. 


BEAUTIFUL FAT LADY BACK 
after lengthly absence, seeking 

pasting relationship. Phone 


GOOO LOOKING YOUNG MAN, 
36, sensitive, sincere with sense 
of humour. Would like to meet a 
slim lady 27-34 for lasting rela- 
tlonship, victoria Press Box 810. 


GENTLEMAN-33, TALL. EDU- 
cated, Ilvlng-N.van. Island, 
enlovs outdoors, like to meet 
lady-lasting relationship. Vic- 
tor I a Press Box 809 


LONELY, DISTRESSED. Dis¬ 
couraged? For assurance-en- 
couragjment, Dial A Prayer. 


SINGLE, YOUNG. DISCREET, 
professional gav woman wishes 
to meet same Reply to Victoria 
Press 782 


ATTRACTIVE MALE, 27, LOOK- 
ing for lady, any age, to share 
mutual pleasures. Victoria Press 
Box 791. 


FLYING TO INDIA, FIRST 
week of September, 6 months 
^v. do you know of cheap fare. 
595-6762 after 5 pm. 


LADY, PLUMP BUT TRYING, 
wishes to meet a gentleman 30-45 
for sincere lasting friendship. 
Victoria Press Box 818 


WHO CARES IF YOU ARE 
lant? Birthright does. Phone 


pregnant 

384-1431. 


MARY K. A VERY SPECIAL 
tor a lovely woman. Happy Birth¬ 
day Honey - Shadow. 


TODAY IS REALLY HARD, 
and now U the time to phone 
...NEED Crisis Line .386-6323. 


BUSINESS 

PERSONALS 


UNATTACHED??? 

And fed up with the “Plastic" 
type of people you've been meet¬ 
ing? Then take the first step to 
social happiness by calling us 
n o w I 

PERSONALIZED 
DATING SERVICE 

3 Serv?no victoria and the‘island 
(See our T.v, ad on Channel 12 ) 


FASHION FOCUS 

HAIR DESIGNERS LTD. 
ANDRE, MICHAEL AND CHRIS 
are offering advanced classes In 
the newest cutting techniques. 
F ®»; further Information, please 
call 385-3641. 


TYPESETTING 

Fast efficient proof-read, 6Q ty- 
pestvles, 5 ! , to 74 point type 
sues, sli en boor M2I70* wharf 

386-1305^1° C0Ur1 ' C *" Ltt ‘ " 


TELEPHONE 

MESSAGE 

Relay Service. $15 a 
month. Phone 384-7071 


CANA-TRIM 

DELICIOUS NEW WEIGHT 
PLAN, LOSE 3-4 POUNDS PER 
WEEK SAFELY, COMPLETE 
MEAL REPLACEMENT WITH 
ALL NUTRIENTS. 386-0472. 


Can't dance? 

How do you know if you've never 
tried? New Dimensions Dance 
Studio, call 385-3223. 


SUPERNATURAL 

Teacup and card reading at 
,, F ^^ 5 . UE ^ 0T . RESTA URANt 
1100 Yates St. Phone 388-4468 


CUT ABOVE 
Hairstylists require models for 
advanced hair cuffing training. 
Dav or Evenings. 388-4440. 


iuswess 

PERSONALS 


SATURDAY, AUGUST 4, 1979 


CHRISTIAN GENT, THINKING 
S.? 01 "? !? Edmonton otter Aup 
2St(i. would like someone to share 
drMn|oend expenses. Victoria 


TRADE VIDEO TAPES HAVE 
oreot coble proorams here Need 

4 v i° 5 u ! i,-S,i; n fin l * n ° u *- 

Telegraph Berkeley 


I'CUSWi 

y California. 


. WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY 

sayar* r,,M 


MRS. AMELIA. RENOUNED 
Tarot Card, card end Tee Cup 

Pn|nbnen, N cvi"v. b aa‘w 


_ - INSTANT CASH FOR 
B.C.R.LC. Shares! Harbour 
Square Ticket Sales. 910 Govern- 
monl. 


wijh lo’set| H my virtorla! 

&^ien 4ZF5949 0nil ° nmg ' d1, A> * 


CARD READING IN DEPTH 
Seventh Year_ 652 1765 




LONELY? WRITE EMILY 
Quest Friendship Bureau Conti 
dentlal PO Box 5220, Victoria 


m«hum* ^ques?lons S 'answered 

386 3603 


DINE OUT AT DISCOUNT 
prices w»h Victoria Diners Ser- 
vices, S9?-7600or 303-1510 


FOOT TREATMENT. PHONE 
Monika at S93-tllSor 470 I345. 


... EXECUTIVE ESCORTS 
388-6375 paper 2721,9-9. 


PHYSIC CARD READINGS 
For appointment phone 38I-568S 


EDUCATION 


WOOD CARVING CLASSES 
Basic and advanced carving tech¬ 
niques taught at my studio at 

er 743-2541, 


TUTORING— PROFESSIONAL 
help by experienced teacher. 
French, math, new and old 
methods 598-2331. 


PROFESSIONAL TUTORING, 
most sublects and levels, your 
residence or mine. 382-8646. 


TUTORING ELEMENTARY 
grades, phone 595-4764 4-8pm 


FUEL 


DRY SEASONED ALDER- 
"ood. «?„ P«: a>fd, split and de- 
llvered. 477 5150. 


Q Y.f U J? ALDER, $50 CORD, 
split and delivered 478-4327, 


TIMBER 


Standing or felled 
Top Prices Paid 
385-7013 

GLACIER LOGGINGLTD. 
“The Professionals" 


WANTEDTIMBER 

FELLED, BUCKEDor 
STANDING 
Fir, Cedar or Hemlock 
Ideal Sawmill 
Ltd._385-0441 


SAWMILL MILLWRIGHTS 
Experienced sawmill millwrights 
required Immediately In Camp- 
Wl Riw. Tvee capitol of the 
World B.C. certification prefer¬ 
red. Phone 287 8871 or write to: 
Raven Lumber Ltd. Box 249, 
Campbell River B.C V9W5B2. 


WANTEDTIMBER 
Standing or felled. Selective log¬ 
ging and bulldozing. 

ELK LAKE TIMBER 
658-5046 


CONTRACT FALLING 
Fo, pood dependable production 
at excellent prices cell 642-4112 


BUILDING SUPPLIES 


JUBILEE BUILDING 
SUPPLIES Ltd. 

Try Us For Price 
On The Following 

Insulation 
Drvwall 
Stucco Wire 
Duroid Roofing 
Permax 
Polythene 
Jenn-Air 

Merit Kit Cabinets 

(Opposite Town & Country 
Next fo MecOoneld's Bakery) 
574CULOUTHEL RD. 388-5412 



MIRRORED BIFOLD DOORS 
. , CLEARANCE 

2onv2'0"x6'8" 874.95 ee. 

4onlv2'6"x6'B" 889.95 ea 

3 only 3'0"x6'S" WMm! 

We also have some oddball doors 
to Clear. Pre-tlnlsbed In a walnut 
’one 2 '°"x 8 ', 2 6 x 8 ' and 2 ' 8 "x 8 ' 
bl folds, $25 ea. 

7;i'/.x2'8''x Its” slab doors, ill ee. 
2 8 and 2 'IO''x 6 ' 8 ”xlt 4 " solid 
core. 827.79 ee. 


CAPITAL TELEPHONE 
ANSWERING SERVICE 

.From SIS monthly 
3*6 6433 _3*6-3137 


QQ4ND YOUR PROPERTY 
«J,'h Guardian Locksmith, 
22)211. Complete mobile lock 
smlthlnoi service. Fast service. 
Reasonable rates. 


JOAN SOUND PRODUCTION 
Tape Duplication, Recording Ser- 
Weddlnqs. meetings, etc 


PROFESSIONAL TYPING AND 
384-7071. 


N0RSECRAFT 

HARDWOOD 

t . - V ” Industries Ltd. / 
V 383 -4233 / 

NOW IN STOCK 
REDOAK 
NORTH AMERICA 

ffliSiaSr s,h,rd,v 


FOR DOORS 8, 
WOOD WINDOWS 
IN DUNCAN 
K.W. ENTERPRISES 
2037 MILL BAY RD 
743-4011 
PRE—HUNGS 

2668 . gjg 

7168_834.50 


SAANICH LUMBER YARDS 
Picket Fence 3 ft. blob, 50 ft. Iona, 
choice of pickets 836.90 

12 x20 Garage 

gnq'l,hp extra 8420.00 

8 xio Greenhouse 
6 ,x7'6" Garden shed 8220.00 

^ B o«r ials 111:88 

araaar j&a 


S S. LUMBER 6535 FORD RD. 
Duncan opppsit# forest museum 
up Drlnkweter Rd. second road 
on the right. Special 78"xl2" ce- 
darbevel siding $335 BM. 3 /*"x 6 " 
cedar bevel siding $265 BM. 1x6 
channel siding $465 BM. Phone 


Pre Hung Units 

Above units available prehung 
c/w 2 sets emb casing and emb. 
lamb. Set Ready to Install. 
Ontv$4t.S0 

Louvered Bifolds 

• I Select Mahogany c/w hard¬ 
ware 

V* Louver Full Louver 
2668 $38 $34 

5068 $74 $65 

Duroid Shingles 

210 wt. No. 1 Asphalt self 
seal. All colours in stock, 
per bundle. $8.95 

INSULATION 

FIBREGLASS 
PRICE PER 1,000 sq.ft. 
R12—4“ $145 

R20—6" $255 

R28—8" $345 

GYPROC 

Prlceper 1,000 Sq. Ft. 
W GYPROC $115 

%" FIRESTOP $155 

STUCCO WIRE $32.95 

PERMAX $5.95 

PLYWOOD 

DUNSANDEp 

4x8—%" 6.50 

4x8-%" 10.50 

4x8—7/4" 12.95 

SANDED 
FACTORY 

4x8—7.95 
4x8—%" 10.95 

4x8—7/4" $16.95 


LUMBER 
STD. &BTR.FIR 
2x4—92'/4 Pet stud $290 
2x6— 92'/4 Pet stud $290 

STD&BTR.HEM. 

2x4—92% Pet Stud $255 
2x6—92'A Pet stud $255 

Deliveries made any¬ 
where on Vancouver Is¬ 
land and Gulf Islands. 
Before vou buy compare 
our prices. For quality, 
service and guaranteed 
savings, phone: 

386 - 3374 , 385-8711 


65 BUILMN6 SUPPLIES 


US 


HOME LUMBER 

& leMbif luppliH 

470 Ard*/B*f A«J 


Doors—Doors 
Embossed Walnut 

No. 1 Select H/C 

Pref Inlshed W' ffilck x 6 ' 8 " High 
2'0"-2'4"-2'6". 2'8"-2'10"-3'(r 

C/W Pretlnlshed Edges 

All Sizes Only $14.95 


CERTIFIED SHAKES 
125 square H 18" 

90 square ]/ i 18" 

50 square heavy 
$50 per square 
Call 7S3-7Q26 


ARE YOU BUILDING A 
wharf? Used fir lumber. 3x12'$, 
4 *. , . 2 5 « an 3 Clean, no 

nails. Random lengths, up to 22'. 
478-6568. 


SLUGGETT & BROWN 
JOINERY 

Wood WIndows, Doors, Frames 
526 DISCOVERY ST. 382-3011 


.. , LAMINATED BEAMS 
18x5V 2 , 23' long; 22^x5'/j, 32' 
long. 658-8192. 


30' LINEAL FEET WROUGHT 
Iron slalr railing, complete, $200. 
592-3012, 


5000 t BOARD MEASURE 3X6. V- 
Iolnt cedar decking. 112-743-4994 

70 MUSICAL 

INSTRUMENTS 


ARIA PRO II 

SB1000 BASS 

Solid ash double cutaway, 
features 24 fret neck, solid 
brass bridge and nut, noise 
killer circuit, pre amped 
pickup 6 pos. tone selector, 
with case $995 

NK700 GUITAR 

Solid ash double cutaway, 
with 24 fret neck, brass bridge 
and nut, noise killer circuit, 
pre-amped pickups. With case 
$825 

Available Only At 

Me Music 

15 minutes from town 

2244 Sooke Road 478-4622 

Mon. Frl. 10-7, Sat., 9-6 


EATON'S 

Specialists in 

HAMMOND 
ORGANS 
For Over 20 Years 

Four Teachers 
Available 
Use Your Eaton's 
Account 

Main Floor Eaton's 
Home Furnishings 
Building 


Large stock of 
guitars, amps and P.A. 
systems 
from $8 daily 
SPEC IA L weekend or 
monthly rates 

# /17 elsons 

y^Jusic 

1315 Government 385-9728 


KIMBALL SWINGER 800 IN- 
cludlng bench and sheet music 
course, $2500. 383-9349 after 8:30 
or weekends or S95-1445. 


MUST SELL, BASS GUITARs 
with case, electric guitar, 100 
watt bass amp, and speaker, $500. 
592-4678. 


LEfI HANDED MARTIN 
DIB with hardshell case and 
shadow pickup. $800 or best offer. 
658-5059 


2 LARGE SPEAKER CABINETS 
for excellent PA system, 478-4365 
after 6 pm, Gary. 


SECONDHAND PIANO, GOOD 
condition, must sell. Call before 2, 
598-3418 


DEGAS TELECASTER WITH 
schaller machine heads and 
hardshell case, $160. 59S4912. 


70 


MUSICAL 

INSTRUMENTS 


RECONDITIONED 
Upright Pianos 


^ Ncw Y°rk 
—RS Williams, restrung 


«e^n3L.o*$ 

cabinet sl295 

new and u *«l pianos 
prices 0 ** r0fT1 a speclal summer 

kenpeaker 

and 

BARBARACRAWFORO 

SQQNQOF MUSIC LTD 
15!7Qua<lra _ 3834H37. 


PENDER 

1875 Stratocaste, 

GIBSON 

1864 S.G. 

J873 Le Paul Custom 
1873 Les Paul Custom 
Special 

dimarzio 

?V.‘Kr t P i , s , ,or,l °" strat pickups. 
List $54.75 Onlvs38 

SOFT SOUNDS MUSIC 

„. v the guitar shop 

335 YATES_381 5814 


US 

$600 


$695 


SPECIAL SALE 

S888 XStSSSSr 

fJomus 

^ 386-8475 

CHARGEX—MA5TERCHARGE 
.musical INSTRUMENTS 
1108 Blanshard lat Fort) 3868475 


SUMMERSALE 


NEW pianos from 
USED pianos from 


Gleeson Music City 

HOME OF HAMMOND ORGAN 
714 FORT_388-9632 


SPECrAL THIS MONTH! 
NEW THOMAS ORGANS $1395 
AND UP. COMING SHORTLY! 
THE ALL NEW THOMAS HAR¬ 
MON IZER ORGAN! 

PORTER MUSIC 

775 CALEDONIA 382-9542 

«u N o D u A s Y t S 


FENDER RHODES $1200. NEW, 
Roland amp, keyboards and ef¬ 
fects at greatly reduced prices. 
Korg MS10 synth. $485. fry us. 

CASTLE MUSIC 

477 7625 


H ALL-FAIRFIELD 
MUSICCENTRE 
728 FORT_385-3307 


RICHARDDENZIL 
PIANO TUNER-TECHNICIAN 
Regulation, repairing, 
rebuilding. 

388 9295 


MARTIN CLASSICAL GUITAR, 
model 00- 18C, excellent condition, 
made In 1964, $800. Days 753-3245 
local 275. evenings 753-0750, Nan¬ 
aimo 


PORTABLE ORGAN WITH LES 
lie and Pre amp 'Synthesizer and 
electric piano. 4785205. 


SPEAKER BOTTOM WITH TWO 

]51« s *^ ak KJ', sul,ab,e for b «*< 

SlSOo.b.Q 595-7442. 


MANN 50 WATT AMP, GOOD 
condition, $350. 595-3794 after 5 
pm. 


YAMAHA ELECTONE ORGAN, 
B-4B series. Like new, $1000. 
After 6 pm, 479-8595. 


ARTLEY FLUTE, PROFES- 
slonal model, 38-0; Mason and 
Rlsch upright piano 385-3097 


YAMAHA ELECTRIC ORGAN 
and Phillips component stereo 
set. 4785550. 


HAMMONO MI00 ORGAN LES- 
383 0835 ** C COn<, ' $210 ° °®° 


USED GRAND PIANO WANT- 
ed, 5'4"-5'7" In walnut, must be In 
oood condition, cash. 598 2202. 


BELL UPRIGHT PIANO, GOOD 
condition, $895. Owned by Music 
Teacher 658-5959 


WILLIAMS UPRIGHT PIANO. 

Vgg&SST- 0000 condmon ' 


15" IMMINENCE BASS SPEAK- 
er, In finished cabinet, good sound 
and very portable $85.386-0293. 


WURLITZER SUPER SPRITE 
organ, 477-1431. 


ODYSSEY GUITAR. $750. 
Steve, 595-6154. 


PEAVEY VINTAGE AMP AND 
Gibson 12 string guitar . 656^3586. 


CORONET DRUMS, COM- 
piete set. 4786568. 


BASS GUITAR AND AMP, 
good condition, 4789710 


PA EQUIPMENT, MIXER, 
mikes, amps, front end. 478-7244, 


HAMMOND B-3, LESLIE, 
Rhodes piano and lights. 478-7244 


VejNTURA 6 STRING T3UITAR, 
$150 or offers 595 2729. 


COURIER A-150-B BASS AMP, 
offers, 6S6-S697 after 6 pm. 


71 MUSK TUCHMS 


FIDDLE FUN FOR CHILDREN 
through the Suzuki violin method. 
Age 4 onwards. Mrs. Ngai 
652 1914 


RON ROTHNIE INSTRUCTION 
in piano. 3537 Murdoch Cres. Vlc- 
torla. 5982202. 


11 YEAR GIRL SEEKS PIANO 
teacher, can't pay much. 
382 4 536. - 


WOODWIND LESSONS, $6 HALF 
hour Phone 477-2294. 


77 MOTORCYCLES 


80 single seater, 45 m.p.h. high¬ 
way mopeds on sale now for the 
low price of $519 (with 6 mo. guar¬ 
antee and 3 free services). 

BUM) MOTORS 

s Largest Moped Centre 
602 Esquimau D1920A 
Better Business Bureau 


Canada's Lari 
385-3515 ** 

Member 


PUBLIC AUCTION 

Happy Valley Centre, Saturday 
Aug 11 , 1 pm. Taking consign¬ 
ments now. 478 6293. See our ad 
under coming events. 


550SUZUKI 

Cafe Racer with farrlng, new 
tires Helmet. Asking $lS6o for 
quick sale. 6585690 


£.P R SALE: '76 CHIBI MINI 
bike, lust been rebuilt, excellent 
shape, open to offers, phone after 
’? *m Sunday, after 9 pm week 
nights, 598-3823. 


1975 YAMAHA ENDURO 100, 
good trail bike and street bike, 
excellent condition, 2800 miles 
on engine, $500.479-4643. 


. 7 . 8 cagK, D ?^,fr E ,OT, T o; 

meters. $2800 or best offer. 
478-1119. 


’IT* YAMAHA XS750 SPECIAL, 
shaft drive, back rest and lug- 
SMrrock, showroom condition, 
13,000 km, $2650. 474-1080. 


MINT 1978 750-4 SUPERSPORT. 
1 M 00 kilometres. Mechanic 


■n CM 400T. FAIRING. RACK, 
helmet. I 6 rp, 3-months 2000 kms. 
Oosest offer * 2200 . After 6 . 


Tl MOTORCYCLES 


HONDA 

SUPER 

SALE 


ROAD 


79CM185 

Reo. $1,480 SALE $1,299 

70CB400TI 

Reg, $1,839 SALE$I,5W 

79CB400TII 

Reg. $2,039 SALE 11,790 

79CM400A 

Reg. $2,349 SALE $2,049 

79CX500 

Reo. $2,999 SALE 12,699 

_ 79CB650 

Rep. $2,999 SALE $2,699 

. WCXSOODELyXE 
Reo- $3,199 

79CB7S0K 

Reo. $3,349 SALE $2,999 

„ 79GL1000 

Reo $4,499 SALE $3,999 


UXE 

SALE $2.81 


TRAIL 


79XLI2S 

R #0 $1,379 SALE 11,259 


79XK185 

Reo $1,539 SALE 11,399 


79XL250 

Reo. $1,839 SALE $1,599 


79XR250 

Reo $1,939 SALE $1,799 


79XLS00 

Reo. $2,249 SALE 12,099 


PLUS 


Your 

Honda Headquarters 
921 Yates St. D5245 
382-1928_382-4515 


ACCESSORY 


Specialson 

* Allfairlnqs 

* All hardware 
and chrome parts 

* METZLER tires 

* Clothing 

and much, much more 

HONDA 

OIL and FILTER 

SPECIAL 

3qts. Honda oil and 
l Honda filter (reg, $10.74) 

$8.99 

See Us Last. . . 
Before You Buy 


Harley-Davidson 

2851 DOUGLAS 38A-8364 
DL5854 


AT THESE 
DEALS 

ALL NEW 


1 only 77 RD400 
2only 78 YB100 
3only 78TY175 
3only 78 TY250 
1 only 78 SR500 
2only78XS500 


$1,399 
$ 729 
$1,199 
$1,459 
$1,899 
$1,999 


PLUS 


ALL 79 YAMAHA 400's 
ON SALE NOW 

650, 750,1100 
SPECIALS 
ALL IN STOCK 

COMMUTER SPECIAL 

50CC shaft dr I ve QT50 Yamaha 
Only $529 Inc. Fr. and Prep. 



LOOK AT THESE 
PRICES 

ROAD 


79 HONDA 750 F, extras $3399 
78' 2 HARLEY FXE $4999 

2 X^^ HA XS1100 loaded $4699 
78 GL1000 $3,399 

78 YAMAHA XS1100 $3399 

3888 

ISK8K8J c n!1S 5 l S 

77 HONDA CB550K $1699 

77 KAWASAKI KZ100 $2,699 

*77 KAWASAKI KZ650 $1.999 

77 KAWASAKI KZ400 $1,099 

•77 SUZUKI GS400 $1,499 

76 YAMAHA XS750 

(loaded) $2,499 

•75 HONDA CB750 $1,899 

75 HONDA CB360 $899 

74 HONDA CB550 $1,399 

70 YAMAHA 75 Scooter $ 399 

•DENOTES EXTRA EQUIP 

TRAIL 

Dueto the low sale prices on these 
machines no warranty Is offered. 
79SUZUKI RM125 $ 999 

78 YAMAHA IT175 $ 699 

77 KAWASAKI 175 $ 899 

77 BULTACO350 Alplna $1,299 

77 YAMAHA IT175 $ 799 

77 YAMAHA YZ100 $ 599 

75 YAMAHA DT175 $ 599 

74 HONDA XL350 $ 799 

74 HONDA TL125 $ 499 

73 YAMAHA MX80 $ 299 

73 YAMAHA MX80 $ 349 

72 YAMAHA DTI75 $ 399 

71 YAMAHA DT175 $ 299 

“AS IS" ROAD BIKES 

74 HONDA CB360 $ S99 

73 KAWASAKI KZ500 $ 399 

71 HONDA CB350 $ 399 

70 HONDA CL125 $ 199 

70 HONDA SL350 $ 399 

Plus many more used 
bikes not listed. 

SEE US NOW AT 

C MARINE 


921 Yates St. 
382-1928 


D-5245 

382-4515 


'The Proud Crowd!' 

Join the Harlev riders 
on our new models 
at fair prices 

BROOKLANDS 

Motorcycles 

937 Fort 383-5926 


i’ 7 * HARLEY DAVIDSON 
must sell!' m-mi low 


77 M0T0RCYCUS 


USED BIKES 

76 KAWASAKI HI 500 $ 999 

79SUZUKI GS850 $3,599 

76HONOAGL 1000 1X999 

« k a!cW’ \ $ 

75 SUZUKI TS75 $ 399 

FREDERICK 

wjjlr MOTORS LTD. 

Queens 383-0823 

D-00834A 

MUST SELL THIS WEEKEND, 
1972 Yamaha 650. Doesn't look 
pretty, but runs well, make me an 
offer. 592-0589. 

1976650 YAMAHA, 12,000 MILES, 
excellent condition, best offer, 
Call 386-0125. 

1978 KAWASAKI 650, LOW 
miles, excellent condition, 
595-1085. 

MUST SELL 1978 CB400 HONDA, 
excellent condition. $1400. 
477-6145. 

1972 500 KAWASAKI, GOOD 
condition, low mileage, many 
extras, $1100.383-9201 

Mzmr&jgnm 

after 5 pm. 

73 HONDA 175, STREET BIKE, 
oood condition, 656-4514 offers on 

1978 YAMAHA 650 SPECIAL. 
3800 kilometers Excellent shape, 
extras, offers on $2300. 383-7259 
affer 6 pm 

1978 HONDA C.B. 400, (HAWK), 
must sell, $1500 or best offer, 
383-8243. 

78 SUZUKI 185 DIRT SPECIAL. 

5^T%,S5' i,s ' ll,,0 ’ 5orb ”’ 

1977 TRIUMPH BONNEYVILLE 
750cc, low mileage, excellent con¬ 
dition. Phone 388-5846 

1977 HONDA CT90, VERY GOOD 
condition. Low mileage. $650. 
383-7061 

1978 HONDA 400 TWIN DE- 
luxe, excellent condition, $1500. 
479*0551. 

MUST SELL, SUZUKI 50 MINI 
bike, 3 oears, good condition. 
479-4552. 

72 350 KAWASAKI, COMPLETE- 
ly rebuilt. $450 or best offer 
652-3174. 

750 HONDA, 1974, 9000 MILES, 
runs pood, leaving country, must 
sell Asklno$1750. Wayne386-7377 

72 400 SUZUKI ENDURO. $600. 
View at 1243 Rutlln, anytime, or 
phone 383 5113 daytime, Cathy 

73 HONDA 125 SCRAMBLER, 
3000 lady driven miles. Like new. 
$495. 383 5988 

1973 YAMAHA 125 ENDURO, 
595-8313°ndltl°n, a$k,n O * 550 

1976 SUZUKI GT 750, EXCEL- 
lent condition, asking $1500. 
385-2641. 

MUST SELL, '68 TRIUMPH 
Chopper, new paint, rebuilt 
motor. Best offer 479-2468. 

MOBYLETTE MOPED, CAR- 
ries two people, saddlebags, hel¬ 
met. 600 miles. $500 382-6384 

16" HARLEY RIM ON '72 750 
Honda hub, swap for stock Honda 
wheel. 474-1080 

BLACK 500-4 HONDA, LOW 
mileage, runs beautifully, access¬ 
ories, manual. 477-9369. 

1976 KAWASAKI KZ 750, GOOD 
condition, must sell $975.477-9777 

1974 YAMAHA 75, GOOD FOR 
in town use, great condition, $400. 
592-6260. 

CLEAN ' L0W 

MUST SELL, '74 HONDA CB360, 
low mileage, like new. 384-2323, 
384-4588 evenings 

1974 SUZUKI 100 ENDURO, $500. 
658-5105 

1977 MONTESSA COTA 348, 400 
miles. Asking $1600. 478-0004 

1975 HONDA 360T. ELECTRIC 
start, extras, good condition, 
$800,658-5431. 

1972 HONDA 350, $650. 595-8213 
evenings 

GT80 FOR SALE, GOOD CONDI- 
tlon $300 386-0501 

1971 HONDA SL-70, HELMET, 
gloves, car rack. $250.592-9275 

1977 MC HARLEY DAVIDSON, 
$765or best offer. 112-746-4629. 

WANTED-PARTS FOR HONDA 
CB350.386-2338 after 4 pm. 

100 HODAKA DIRT SQUIRT, 
mint shape, $400. 595^3363 

1971 HONDA 450 TWIN, $500 
595-7868 

HONDA 50MINI BIKE 

Phone 479-4393 

1971 BMW. 750 CC, $2000. 748-4989 

71 BICYCLES 

WOMANS' RED NORCO. BOYS 
black Rampar. Bovs black Ra¬ 
leigh chopper. Good condition. 
383-6359 

GIRLS RALEIGH BLUE SPACE 
rider, 11 months old, new condi¬ 
tion, $65. 652-1334 

10 SPEED, IN GOOD SHAPE, 
lust had repairs. Have to sell 
quickly. Asking $70. 477-6868 

BICYCLE TRAILER. DELUXE 
Cannondale “Bugger". Almost 
new $75. Eves. 382-1179. 

RALEIGH GRAND PRIX 10- 
speed,^needs minor repair, offers. 

10-SPEED BICYCLE, NEW CON- 
dltion, best offer. Phone 384-3230 
or 384-9883. 

GENTS 24" 10 SPEED BIKE, 150 
or offer . 652-3375 

ONE MAN'S, ONE LADY'S 3 
speed $45. each. 5-7. 388-9018 

MANS 21" 5 SPEED BIKE, $65 
or offers. 385-0127. 

GIRLS CCM V* SIZE BIKE, 
good condition, $40. 385-2874 


M BOATS mi MABINE 


COMMERCIAL 

FISHERMEN 

70' STEEL Dragoer 
£5' STEEL Salmon Seine 
65 LONGLINE Halibut 
54' SALMON/HERRING Seine 

3 WjHfKSSS.I'fe. 

£ wmamiuc. 

34' Wood Combination 

FARRELL GLASS 2 yrs. B. 
70' STEEL FREEZER T 8 .S 
70' SEA GOING TUG 
65' PACKER Rebuilt 

Too Many More to List 
„ ISLAND MARINE 
Mason—Victor I a—479-8822 

ssfewsacr-zx;ESEigafca!, 7 


GIBSON 

POWERCRAFT 

CENTRE LTD. 
BAYLINER* a1er F<X 

WtlWSte SSCRAFT 

JOHNSON Outboards 
VOLVO-OMC Sterndrlves 
Ml RROCRAFT Alum, boats 
Full Selection of 
ACCESSORIES 

2S20Government (Near Bay) 
382-8291 


CB Units 

40 Channel CB, noise blanking, 
LED readout, .8 mlcrovoit sensi¬ 
tivity. Installation available. We 
service all makes. 

ASK ABOUT our In store specials. 
B.C. SOUND&RADIOSERVICE 
931 FORT_ 383-4731 


C-3 

BOATS aad MARINE 



10,000 

8,600 


SAIL 

24' Gaff SLOOP 
24' SWIFTSURE SIOOO 
25'TUMLEREN Sloop 
26'THUNDERBIRD 

^'« D,e4e,S,00P 
26' RAWSON SIP 
26' DUTCH Steel okj 
28' Custom Built SU 
30'CLIPPER F/G 
30'IRWIN Sloop 
32' Live-a-board 
33'TRUANT (new) 

35'ENDURANCE 
36' STEEL Motor Sailer 
41'OFFSHORE Cruiser 

« ; spencer aros '°° 0 
POWER 
21'Pocket TUG 

21' FI BERFORM _ 

24' WINNER F/G Comd. 
Bridge 14,900 

24'Express Cruiser 7,000 
24'SEA RAY 18,000 
25'DIESEL Lifeboat 
(Live-a-board) 4,950 
25'CHRIS CRAFT 10,000 
26'CHRIS CRAFT 11,000 
27' BAYLINER (1978) 

29.900 

28' FIBERFORM Comd. 
Bridge 25,500 

28'CHRIS Connie 21,000 
28'FAIRLINER 17,900 
28' Disp. Cruiser 10,900 
30' Ex Fish Boat 10,000 
31' ENNO'S F/G 35,000 
31' TROJAN C/B ES- 
TATE SALE 
34' TOLLY Tri-Cabin 

78,000 

35' Diesel Disp. Cruiser 
OFFERS 
37'MONK C/B 43,900 
38' Motor Diesel 69,900 
38'CHRISCRAFT 89,000 
40' Diesel F/G Cruiser 
92,000 

40'MONK 43,000 

42' STEVENS Twins 

$55,000 

42'C.T. Trawler 139,000 
44' MCQUEEN Express 

69.900 

46' Diesel Live-a-board 
49,500 

51' Motor Cruiser — 
Twins 295,000 

55' KINGSCRAFT 89,000 

For these and many 
other fine listings please 
contact JOHN ALLEN at 
VAN ISLE MARINA CO. 
LTD. 

Tsehum Harbour Box 
2-130 

656-1138 Sidney, B.C. 


THUNOERBIRD 
jLj. YACHT 
SALES 

WtSTRORT MARINA 

Next'to Swartz Bay Ferry 
2075 Tyron Road, Sidney. B.C 
4^6-5832 

SPECIALS 
OF THE WEEK 

KARLATAI 

'50 40' MATTHEWS command 
bridge, 290 hrs. on '78 twin 
Chryslers, f.w.c. Radar, auto 
Pi ot. remote spots, 55 ch. VHF, 
fridge and freezer, much more, 
MUST SELL $29,900 FIRM 

'76 27' FIBERLAY 2700, com 
mand bridge, 351 Merc, f.w.c., 280 
Volvo leg, dinghy, sniffer 
sounder, kerosene fridge, eve 
level oven. $19,900 

27 '67 STARFLITE Command 
Bridge. New 350 GMC f.w.c. 
Comfortable clean vessel, ready 
for cruising $15,900 FIRM 

NEW BOAT 
CLEAROUT 
Making room tor 1980's 
27—2850 BOUNTY tw $42,500 

78- 20'S A NGSTER $12,900 

79— 22'BUCCANEER $10,950 

EXPERIENCED 

BOATS 

69— 24' TOLLYCRAFT 

newpwr $14,995 

67-24' EXPRESS Cruiser $ 7,000 
72—24'REINELL Exp SOLD 
74—24'NISQUALLYC/B $12,900 
74-24'BELLBOY C/B $11,900 

76- 24' REINELL C/B $17,900 

77- 24'SEARAYTw Now $17,900 

74—24' BAJA C/B $15,900 

76-26' NORTH SEA Dsl $29,900 
76—26'CAMPION C/B $26 900 
76—26' CAMPION C/B $22,500 
67—27'STARFLITE C/B $15,900 
64—27'7" CHRIS Connie $15,500 

76— 30' ENCOUN^ER C/B 
36-32'CHRIS Classic $19,900 
60-32'CUSTOM Tri-cab $12,900 

64— 36'Conv. TROLLER $19,500 

65— 3T CHRIS Tri-cab $89,000 
71—45'GRENFELL 

^ ts $169,000 

58—53' GRENFELL $139,000 

SAILBOATS 

74— 24' BUCCANEER $12,500 

70- 25' HUGHES $ 8,900 

75— 37'Llvaboard (steel) $49,900 

66— 42' KETCH Offshore $79,900 
22—24' Tandem Boat/Trlr $ 1,500 

77— Sail Boat Transport $1,500 

CALL 

JOHN NEUFELD 
Days 656-3832, Eve. 656-3817 
OR 

RICH HARTNELL 
“ -- “ . 479-4540 


Days 656-5832, Eve. 4 



16'SEVERN 

—Deep V Deluxe 
—Camper top 

—Walk through windshields 
—Stern seats 
—55 Johnson elec 
—1200 road Runner 
—Factory List $6972 
PACKAGE $6150 
17'6" ALERT 

—Deep V Deluxe 
—Camper top 
—Walk through windshield 
—Stern seats 
—70 Johnson elec. 

-1550 RoadRunner 
—Factory List $8044 
PACKAGE $7150 

19' SOUNDER HARDTOP 
—Deep v Deluxe 
—Camper back 
—CuddyCabin 
—V Berths, marine head 
—100 J ohnson elec. 

—2800-lb Road Runner 
w/brakes 

—Factory List $14,108 
PACKAGE $12,300 

PACKAGE DEALS INCLUDE: 
Life lackets (2), paddles, tic 
lines, fenders, marine battery, 
box, on-the-water sea trail. 


BOATS IN STOCK 
NEWANDUSED 


6a/, 


M urhqte 
mmrim ltd. 


SALESANOSERVICE 
Corner Harbour and Resthaven 
656-7286, SIDNEY • 
OPEN EVERY DAY 
9 A.M. 'TIL 6 P.M. 


























































































































































































































































































































































C-4 

BO BOATS mi MARINE 


SUMMER 

SPECIAL 


7.5 hp. c/w tank, hose, prop 
$749 


FREE 


CASE OF MERCURY 
OIL TO FIRST20 
PURCHASERS OF 
ABOVE MODELS 

AT 

YOUR 

1-STOP 

MARINE 

CENTRE 


ffleicury 

marine 


800 Clover dale 
385-1457 


dj yachts 

POWER 
25' ALBIN — Two boats to choose 
from. One with sail package or 
one without $Jj,<— 


?6 BRANDLMAYR — 9' Beam 
?io HP Ford - Direct drive — 
f WC —Trim tabs, etc. $10,995 
24- SABERCRAFT — Comm BR 
- 233 Mercruiser, shore power — 
lOh.p Honda OB. etc. $17,895 
23* SANGSTER aft bulkhead 
sedan — 188 Mercruiser F.W.C. 
-Optionon trailer $13,900 

19' REINELL — runabout — 120 
Mcrcruiser FWC 25 hrs since 
overhaul $6,900 

SAIL 

41 Steel KETCH —Volvo DSL — 
Good offshore Needs some cos¬ 
metic work Offers to $39,000 
30' Camper NICHOLSON — 
Volvo inboard 6 bags sail — Top 
>iotch sea boat $37,995 

20' NEWPORT — main, lib, 
Genoa — 8 h P. Yamaha. Offers 
to $6,900 

f or more information on these 
boats or other listings. Please call 
Randv Boyle at 2530 Beacon Ave. 
■ n Sidney—656-7333 


PACIFIC W00STWCS (1974) LTD 
a COMPLETE stock of 

FIBERGLASS 

AND 

EPOXY 

MATERIALS 

ZSPAR 

MARINE PAINTS 
428 E. Burnside 

VICTORIA 

386 1811_386-7814 


NEW 

HONDA and 
MERCURY 

OUTBOARDS 

ARE AT 

MULLINS 

MARINE 

‘>25 Yates St. 382-4515 




HARBOUR 
MACHINE L ID 


CHRYSLER —VOLVO 
Mar ine oas and diesel engines 
Complete Propeller and 
Shaft repairs 

One day service when necessary 
Custom Machine and 
Welding work 

)' Erie Street_383-6555 


MORGAN INNIS 
YACHTS LTD 

Marine Multiple Listing 
Services 

$4,000,000 In boats of all sites. 
New llstinos welcome. Financ- 
Moorage available at our dls- 
i>iav dock in Genoa Bay. Greg or 
Chris Westfall, 749-649/ evenings 
or 382-7422 anytime 


MAST CRANE 
Pull, step or work on your mast 
oiu-. mast storaoe or sailboats to 

4.000 lbs. 

GAS DOCK 

OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 
8a.m.-9p.m 

VAN ISLE MARINA 

2320 Harbour Rd 
Sidney 656-1138 


“REFINISH" 

L Apert repairs and maintenance. 
Fiberglass, wood, and steel 


PUBLIC AUCTION 

Happy Valiev Centre, Saturday 
Aug. II, 1 pm Taking consign¬ 
ments now 478-6293. See our ad 
under coming events. 


PASSAGE MARINE 
New. used and brokerage boat 
sales Dealers for Zeta boats, at 
Cedar Grove Marina. 
ft56-2580 38^-5464 Pager 580 


POWER PROBLEMS 

Expert repairs and service to 
oas, diesel, hydraulics, steering, 
etc Fast service, BrentwoodMa- 
rInc 652-4533,479-8822, 


23' FIBREGLASS FLAT BOT- 
tom skiff, closed In foredeck and 
water tioht bulkhead with hatch, 
has windshield, cable steering 
and remote control Days 
64? 3523, evenlnos642-4539. 


??' GLASSPLY, 188 MERC 
cruiser, fresh water cooled, trim 
tabs. CB, sounder, gas detector, 
uallev pack, marine head, low 
hours, excellent condition. $ 12 .- 
500 4 79-6222. 


19- CABIN BOAT, YELLOW 
cedar over oak frames, re-calked 
2 years ago, no wood rot. $900 
firm Chrysler 85 HP Price nego¬ 
tiable Deep Cove Marina, Space 


1976 FULL CANVAS TOP. 17' Fi¬ 
berglass, inboard//Outboard, 
130/270 Volvo, cabin, sleeper 
oads, downrioger, rodholders, 
condition, asking $4000. 


Commercial Fishermen 

For a fair price and fast results 
sell vour vessel through Ray 
Mason lslandMarine479-8822. 


SEARAY, 26' WEEKENDER, AS 
new, purchased October '78, used 
W hours. Every extra including 
yHP- IW'OOO. Phone: 652-2110 or 

688-1311. 


’8' HURSTON HARDTOP. 165 
OMC Stern drive, FWC. Honda 
outboard, Roadrunner trailer, 

478 2^47 XtraS ' 259 Atklns Avenue - 


17' FI8ERF0RM RUNABOUT, 
♦ isher. Merc 50 elec, kicker, 
sounder. C.B. trailer $3700. On 
djsolav at VictoHa Boat Mart, 453 
Head St. 383-3324 


80 BOATS Md MARINE 


WEARE 

DINGHY SPECIALISTS 
And carf-y the largest selection in 
stock in B.C. Davidson. Living¬ 
ston, Galleon. Halda, Hawthorne, 
Sportyak and manv others. Car- 
toppers, too. 

ALL BAY MARINA 

656-3167 

2238 Harbour Rd., Sidnev 
(Open 6 davs 8:30-5:30 
Closed Mondays) 


THUNDERBIRD 
^ JLJj VACMT 

w mim 

Wf STPOHT MAMINA 

Next to Swartz Bay Ferry 
2075 Tyron Road, Sidnev. B.C. 
656-5832 

NEW and BROKE RAGE boats 
OPEN9a.tai.-5p.m. 
7QAYS A WEEK 


28' GLASPLY 
1977 model. Twin 233 Merc on 
V-drive. 10' 11" beam, hvd. steer¬ 
ing, Mercathode, VHF and CB, H 
and C pressure water, shower, 
rec sounder, F/G dinghy, sniffer, 
stereo. Outrlgoer poles. Two 
heaters, tabs, 2 spare props. 
$44,500 

CEDARGROVE MARINA 
656-2580 


BOSUNS LOCKER 

15% OFF ALL 
WATER SKI IS, 
ACCESSORIES 
& WETSUITS 

580 Johnson St. 

Open Mon ThruSat 
386-1308 


I 


y ken prasing 
IL. equipment 


for 

Outboards 


CHRYSLER, SEAGULL 

934 Gotdstream Ave. 478 9313 


Open 7 Oavs a Week 
656-5711 656-3918 

Evenings, 652 4386 


THERMAL 
Non skid dishes, glasses, and 
cups. In nautical patterns, for 
boat and home 


YACHT SHOP 

2403 BEACON, SIDNEY, 6 S 6 2434 


1976 

33' cabin cruiser, dual Instru¬ 
ment, command bridge, twin IB 
engines, VHF. CB. mast, halier, 
power winch, generator, stove, 
oven with rotlsserle. fridge, 
shower. Intertone, heaters, car¬ 
peted, plus much more. Survey 
value $90,000. Must be seen at 
Canoe Cove Dock E43. Otters. 
656-1421. 


THE MINAWONKA30' DOUBLE 
ender family character cruiser 
completely equipped, freshly 
painted and ready to cruise, 
powered bv 6 cylinder Chrysler 
ace gasoline In fine condition. 
You will find her a most depend¬ 
able and seaworthy vessel. Good 
value for vour money at $6500 To 
view “M" lettv. Pedder Bay Ma- 
rlna or call 478-8988 


ATT. MARINERS 

INTRODUCINGANEW 
CONCEPT IN PAINTING 

Ocean Marine Painting 
Specializing In surface 
preservation & marine finishes 
Guaranteed maintenance Com- 
merclal and pleasure 382 1746 


CLASSICS 

Sound 8 meter, 48 0 ,'A diesel, 
built 1930. Scotland of Mahooonv. 
$15,000. 

27 dis. cruiser. Monk approx. 
1948, diesel, big cabin, cedar on 
oak mahogonv cabin. Sound. 
$5000 

Phone 112-653-4323 


SECOND ANNUAL 

CLASSIC BOAT FESTIVAL 
inner Harbour. Victoria. B.C. 
September 1-2. Open to (A) all 
traditional sailing vessels. (B) all 
classic power boats. Pre 1950. 
Registration c/o victoria Real 
Estate Board, 3035 Nanaimo St. 
Victoria, V 8 T 4W2,385-7766 


MUST SELL BEFORE TUES- 
dav 1972 17’ Glasscraft, 125 Hp 
Johnson, 250 original hours, fully 
equipped plus bullt-ln fuel tank, 
dual batteries, electric wipers, 
bilge pump on new 2200 lb gal¬ 
vanized <&ltrailer, well main¬ 
tained. S6200 OBO view at 4135 
Morris Dr between 9-12 am or 
6 9 pm 479-7448, 


BOATTRAILER 

SPRINGS 

See us for repair or replace¬ 
ment of vourworn or broken 
springs and fittings. LOGAN’S 
RV SERVICE. 650 Burnside East. 
384-0213 


SQUIRE& COOMBS 
MARINE BROKERS 
304 LAW CHAMBERS, 
BASTION SO. 

Several commercial fishing ves¬ 
sels for sale. Also 1 A" licences. 
384 3363 


1969 26' TROJAN, 200 HORSE 
Chrysler marine motor with only 
700 hours. Trim tabs, electro¬ 
guard system, depth sounder, CB 
radio Motor and all exterior 
completely redone Priced at 
$17,000 Phone Len at 477-9880 or 
386-7413. 


CHRISCRAFT 

23' Cavalier In excellent condi¬ 
tion. Extensive reconditioning 
lust completed. Now In Dry Stor¬ 
aoe and available for Inspection 
this weekend. $7,700 obo. includes 
Sportyak dinghy with oars. CB, 
lifejackets. 477-3986. 


23' GREW 234 HARDTOP CRUIS- 
er. twin OMC, 120 hp, I/O, low 
hours, fresh water cooled, 
sounder, radio, fully serviced, 
ready for use with Tandem axle 
Roadrunner trailer, power Winch, 
electric brakes. $14,250. ONO. 
656-6992.386-1155 


Cordova Bay Chevron Service 
Si44Cordova Bay _ 658-5200 


WEST COAST TROLLER, 6.32 
ton reg A-llcence. diesel, 
sounder, new pilot, extensively 
rebuilt and In oood shape, must 
sell to buy larger vessel, $65, 
Write or view: Nortel IV. Wl 
Harbour, BC, VON 3L0. 


Winter 


IDEAL FOR CHARTER OR Li¬ 
ve aboard 53', sleeps 8 , radar, 
VHF, SSB, CB. autopilot, record¬ 
ing sounder. A very well main¬ 
tained vessel, economical, 3 gal 
Ions 'hour at 8 knotts, $90,000. 
642 5723 after 5 pm 


F 30 TROJAN EXPRESS, 
bridge. Merc power. FWC, VHF, 
CB, stereo tabs, recording 
sounder, deluxe teak deck, glass 
hull, good buy at $34,500. On dis¬ 
play at Victoria Boat Mart, 453 
Head St 383-3324 


FOUR APOLLO 32, PROP 
shaft, 30mm s/steel, gasket sets, 
filters, Racor fuel seoerators for 
diesel or oas fuel systems, etc 
Chromed Bronze dlnohv lift 
brackets, all new. 479^)645. after 


1977 20' DOUBLE EAGLE, 190 
HP, v/Penfa, FWC, T/Tab$, 
sounder, CB, spare prop, anchor, 
galley package, dlnnette, marine 
head and more. $12.900-$13,900 
with auto pilot, moorage till 
01/01/80.656-3048. 


26' TROJAN EXPRESS CRUIS- 
er, 9’V beam, full canvas, 190 HP 
Ford Intercaptor, low hours. Ex¬ 
cellent condition. $11,900 or best 
offer. View at Ganges Harbour, 
Salt Springs or phone 112 -S 37 - 9747 . 


CAMPION TOBA 26, 233 MER- 
crulser. FWC, tabs, sounder, 
compass, C.B , radio, batteries, 
as new condition, asking $23,900. 
On display at Victoria Boat Mart, 
453 Head St. 383-3324. 


80 (OATS mi MARINE 

10 BOATS Md MARINE 

A selection from our many 
NATIONAL Listings 

SAIL 

FISHER 30 Volvo Dsl $72,000 

SPENCER 42 $78,000 

ERICSON 27 $27 900 

CATAUNA27 Volvo Dsl $24,950 

CAL 2-29 Volvo Dsl. $34,000 

28' CRISCRAFT CONSTELLA- 
tion. Excellent condition. Boat 
house kept Moorage paid til April 
1980. $20,000 or best offer. 
656-6205. 

1978 ZETA 24' HARDTOP. SLID- 
Ing bulkhead model with standup 
head. 255 Volvo F.w.C. with heat¬ 
er, 60 hours. Lots of extras. 

$18,500. 656-2719 

27' CRUISER. 8 */j‘ BEAM. 292 
Ford Interceptor Inboard engine, 
cedar hull, fullv equipped offers 
to $11,000. Phone Rob 385-8708 
9-5pm 

NOR WESTER 21 $7,750 

CRUISING 6 m. very pretty 

CATALINA 22 

POWER 

DAVIDSON CHUGGER $15,000 
ALBIN 25 Volvo Dsl. $28 500 

CHRISCRAFT 31 $24,«0 

36'TRAWLER YACHT $67,000 
43' TRAWLER YACHT $135,000 
CANOE COVE 41 $104,000 

CUSTOM CRAFT 26 $18,000 

BOSTON WHALE R $2,650 

DIESEL DIESEL 

We have 20 diesel engined power 
boats listed from $24,566 and 25'. 
NAIONAL BOAT SALES LTD. 
carry a large selection of new 
yachts WesTern Canada aoents 
for GRAND BANKS, FISHER, 
MOODY, ALBIN, SEIDEL- 
PAdF'C PILOT. VAN¬ 
COUVER 27. Victoria agents for 
CATALINA, COASTER 2X 

DICK CHUDLEY or 

LUKE KYNASTON 

NATIONAL 

Boat Sales Ltd. 

2060 White Birch Road 
Sidnev, B.C. 

V8L2R1 Tel. (604) 656-3966 
AND ALSO AT 

False Creek. Vancouver 

7250 REINELL 1971 EXPRESS, 
very clean, new motor, '79 Merc 
165. Steel at $9,900 On display at 
Victoria Boat Mart, 453 Head St. 

1965 CHRIS CRAFT. TWIN 283S. 
F.W.C, oil stove, dlnghv, stand-up 
head and vanity. Sounder, CB. 
etc Zincs and copper paint In 
June $24,000. 652-45517 

OUTBOARD MOTORS, USED 
briefly for prototype testing, fully 
guaranteed, Johnson 140 horse. 
$2SD0. Spirit 9 horse- LS, $700 
Telephone, 656-3966. 

BAYLINER 1750 MUTINY WITH 
130 VolvO inboard/outboard. E-Z 
load trailer with brakes, many 
extras, excellent condition, 
offers. 592-9188 or 595-1035 

222 0 REINELL 1974, BULK- 
head, 165 hp, I.O. sounder, C.B., 
oallev. WC, anchorpak. etc 
$9,900. On display at Victoria 
Boat Mart, 453 Head St. 383-3324. 

MUST SELL RELIABLE 15' Fi¬ 
berglass, full canopy, 18 horse¬ 
power Evlnrude with 2 tanks, 
wheel steering, trailer city test¬ 
ed, $2,000. 592-4217. 

14' RUNABOUT ANO TRAILER, 
no motor, $350 8 ' hydroplane, no 
motor, $100 firm. Call 5954)510 
after 6 pm weekdays or Set. end 
Sun anytime. 

HOT WATER 
from 

SOLAR ENERGY 
the SOLAR SUN SHOWE R 
is here 

McQUADESMARINE SUPPLY 
1252 Wharf St. 388-4343 

1976 27' FIBREGLASS COM- 
mand bridge cruiser, CB, fridge, 
stove with oven, dinghy, etc. Ex¬ 
cellent condition. $19,500 or best 
offer 479-6862. 

23' CALGLASS. '76 SEDAN, 
bulkhead, Merc 188. good canvas, 
reduced to $10,900. Victoria Boat 
Mart, 453 Head St. 383-3324. 

Luxury Liveaboard 

46' loa bridge deck trlcabin motor 
vacht. Honduras mahogany on 
oak. Full electronics. Profession¬ 
ally shipyard built. Twin Chrysler 
marine Davidson sailing dlnghv- 
Davlts, etc. Beautiful, Immacu¬ 
late Private- 4774028. 

WANTED URGENTLY 

9 ton " A” licence. Ph. Squire & 
Coombs, 384 3363 

9TON A LICENCE 

Rav Mason 

island Marine. 479-8822. 

24' FIBERFORM CRUISER 
New fresh water cooling system, 
trim tabs, leg. canvas; full gal¬ 
lev; stand-up nead; swim grids. 
Sport Yak dlnghv; CB; sniffer, 
depth sounder and compass. 
$12,000 652-3894 after 5. 

15*/j' FIBREGLASS BOAT, 50 

or 656-6026 

18'j' STARCRAFT. EXPRESS, 
cuddy, Volvo power, low hours, 
trailer. Just $6,500, Victoria Boat 
Mart, 453 Head sT383-3324 

30' MONK CRUISER, CEDAR 
plank on oak ribs, sleeps 6 , 318 
Chrysler Marine FWC engine, life 
l^cKets, fire exflnqulshers, fencF 
ers, flares, radios, hauled out 
Ju . n ?, ,or . *u rv *v and boftom 
paintino 592-3755 

16' FIBERGLASS OVER PLY- 
wood boat and trailer. 50 HP 
Mercury motor. Parking lot rear, 
420 Catherine st. 386-7245. 

1S'6" GLASSPAR SKI BOAT. 65 
Johnson. E-Z load trailer plus 
sklis, ? tanks and extras. $2850 
382-3292. 

GET YOUR OWN FAMILY 
cruiser end eniov fishing and ex¬ 
ploring in the beautiful Gulf is- 
I?™* reliable 26' Soencer with 
f WC Inboard, reduced to only 
'/500 and free Moorage until 
March 1980. 477-4815 

FIRST CLASS FISHING VES- 
sels for sale. For Information on 
any boat in the fleet, call Rav 
Mason island Marine 479-8822. 

fJBERFORM 1976, MERC 
188, C.B , anchorpak, standup 
veryclean and ready to oo. 
Just $15,500. On display at Vic 
383 3324 °at Mart. 453 Head St. 

18' CABIN BOAT. 40 HP JOHN- 
son, new steering, new fibreglass 
and paint lob. Can be seen at West 
Bav Marina. 656-3145. 

20' FIBREGLASS OVER PLY- 

75' SANGSTER, 1975, COM 
mand Bridge, 225 Mercruiser. 
h <*vy-duty leg. fresh water 
cooled, hydraulic steering, din- 
ohv. compass and sounder, bot- 

wood, head, sink. CB radio, sleeps 
r '" ,TO - 

8 ' MINI HYDROPLANE, "YEL- 
low lacket” wood glass boat No 
steering or engine. $495 new. 
385 8059 after 1 pm 

14’ FIBREGLASS HULL. 33 
h</se Johnson, trailer, $800 or 
best Offer 479-6858 

22' STARCRAFT (ALUMINUM), 
immaculate Calkins trailer, con¬ 
sider 16'-18' In trade. $8500 
478-0159 

2 OUTBOARD MOTORS. JOHN 
son 60 s, with controls, all wiring 
and power box. 385-1109 

1976, 30' BAYLINER CB. TWIN 
power. FWC. full electronic, gen¬ 
erator. excellent condition. Call 
collect 724 4575. Best offer 

DRASTICALLY REOUCED 17' 
Brandvlmaver Head. 40 Johnson 
electric, $1600 Phone 478-8955 

IS’V ISLANDER FIBERGLASS 
boat Deep v with SO t«> Mercury, 
on year old 1500 lb Galvanized 
trailer. a$klng$3200 474-2847. 

CHRYSLER CROWN MARINE 
engine with 3:1 reduction gear, 
complete. $250. 642-3673 after 4:30 

pm 

ALBIN 25, DIESEL CRUISER, 
was sold but, sale fell through, 
very well equipped. Low hours, 
immaculate. 652-3520 evenings 

45' WEST COAST TROLLER, MV 
Gettv. 14 6 A licence. $235,000 
658 5564 Of 384 3690 

1974 REINELL 24', COMMAND 
bridge. 30? Ford V 8 , new leg, 
radio, depthflnder, head, stove, 
fridge, $13,500 382 1169 

ONE SET OF BOAT SLEEPER 
seats, like new. $150 or offers. 
595-2469 

17' BOAT WITH TRAILER. ANO 
40 horse Merc electric. $1500. 
652-3753 

14' GLASS OVER PLY. 1970 20 
hp Johnson, completely over¬ 
hauled On trailer, ready to go 
595-4091 

26' HULL NEEDS SOME WORK 

22’j' FIBERFORM IN EXCEL- 
lent condition, 188 Merc. CB. AM, 
depth sounder, dlnohv, great 
fishing and family boat 477-9679 

1972 16' SANGSTER, 65 HORSE- 
power Merc., full canopy top, 
sleeper seats, $3,500 479 4967. 

15 K AC THERMOGLASS, 50 HP 
Merc., 9’ j Evlnrude. heavy duty 
trailer Full top, C B. Ideal for 
fishing. $2,450 386-3623, 478-6732 

12' ALUMINUM BOAT, BRAND 
new, oars and oarlocks, $400 
478-7510. 6-7 pm 

15' ALUMINUM BOAT AND 
trailer, 43engine. 9628 2nd Street, 
Sidnev 

12' FIBERGLASSOVER ALUMI 
num boat and trailer, plus 5 hp 
motor, excellent condition, $435. 

FOR LEASE, 32' DOUBLE 
ender with ”C" License. $250 
month 468-9842, 468 7986. 

SILVER CENTURY PLUS OUT 
board motor, with clutch, long 
shaft, approximately 30 hours on 
motor, $400 479 5565 

22' OPEN MOORAGE AT 
Canoe Cove Available now. 
Phone 721 3775 

65 HP MERCURY ELECTRIC, 
a 1 condition, 90% fresh water 
use $995 For demonstration or 
viewing, 112 743 4429 

12 ' FIBREGLASS/STYRO 
(sandwich) clinker design almost 
new $285 59S4488, 477-7625. 

16' OOUBLE EAGLE. 65 MERC 
and 7 5 Merc., Igw hours, full can 
vas, trailer.As new. $3595. 
748-1065. 

1977 17' REINELL AND TRAIL 
er. 120 I/O, excellent condition 
Offers 639 Drake 386-6876. 

WANTED: REASONABLE 
priced 12 ' aluminum boat, 
652-7777 

9' AVON -INFLATTABLE DIN 
ghy, $550. 13’V Alcort sailfish. 
with Lateen rig, $200. »2'.i,' Nvlox 
finish paddleboard. $50 382 9404. 

IMMEDIATE CASH PAID FOR 

n e 2 6 £)- 8 o 25 A ,,cence ’°nnaoe 

1976 CANAVENTURE. 17'. COM- 
plete with full canvas, 70 hp John¬ 
son, 6 hp Johnson, and Trailer, 
$5195 383-9294 

18' K.C. THERMOGLASS 85 
Johnson Gator trailer, all 1974, 
$4000 382 4349. 

15 MERC, ALUMINUM BOAT 
and trailer. $900 complete 3S 
Merc, remote and tank, later 
model, $500. 386-3711. 

19*8” LESA JO LAPSTRAKE, 
and Turner hull, 55 outboard. 
$1000. 595-3363 

STARCRAFT ALUMINUM 15', 
near new 40 hp Johnson electric 
start, battery, tanks, trailer 
$2100 656 5063 

12' OPEN FIBERGLASS CAR 
top.^350 or best otter. Evenings 

WANTED, TRAILER FOR 
light 14' aluminum boat. 477-3405. 

15’V SKI BOAT. CUSTOM 
trailer, 1965- 40 HP Johnson, runs 
well, $900 or offer. 743 5041 Shaw- 
nigan Lake 

MUST SELL. 16' CABIN BOAT, 
built 1978, 35 Evlnrude electric 
1978 $1950 478 8391. 

BOAT LETTERING A SPE 
cialtv- Phone Ken Warner, 
6522007 

JOHNSON 10 HORSE ON 14' 

652-5520. 

1968 14’j' FIBERGLASS SKA 
git. 40 Kb, with trailer. Asking 
$1500 or offers 385-8235 anyflme 

15' STARCRAFT. 2 MOTORS, 
trailer, full canvas top, etc. $ 1200 . 
Phone 479 2777. 

14' PLYWOOD, 33 HP, OB WITH 
trailer, good ski boet, $ 1000 . 
381-6473. 

1976 9 8 MERCURY AND TANK, 
no salt, good condition. $585. 
477 8035 

20' BOAT WITH 1974 115 MER- 
cury. Toilet and sink, price $2750, 
652-1907. 

MARINE REPAIRS 
Inboard gas diesel. Phone 
656 0070 Of after 5, 477-6288. 

THREE 55 HP BEARCAT, 4 
cycle OB motors. 2 sets, single 
lever controls, 595-6776 

LIKE NEW 225 HP MERCURY, 

FULLY EQUIPPED CANOES 
for rent. Phone 656-2107 

TANDOM BOAT TRAILER FOR 
up to 24'. offers and trades con¬ 
sidered 5079 Lock haven Dr 

It' FIBREGLASS BOAT, TRAIL 
er, and extras. $570. 477-6588 

1?' REINELL, 85 MERC. ROAD 
runner trailer All 1976 $6000. 
382-9342. 

1979 ANCHOVY BAIT FOR 
sale 656-3851 

78 CAMPION, 17’V HARDTOP. 
140 hp Johnson, 2000 lb EZ load 
trailer $6500 firm. 5924628 

10' FIBERGLASS HYDRO 
plane, $100. 658 5105. 

WILL PAY CASH FOR C LI 
cense Phone: 642 4467 . 

15' FIBERGLASS OVER PLY, 
Eze load trailer, steering wheel, 
electric start, $750.479-7772 

WANTED-SMALL BOAT ANY 
condition. Call Greg 382 6206 

65 MERC LONG SHAFT. FOR 
,0f 5mal, * r mo,or - 

14' BOAT. STEERING AND 
controls, $IM firm. 652-1451 

16' BOAT FOR SALE.TWO 
fiberglass Phone 

479-0079 

1957 7Vj JOHNSON OUTBOARD, 
good^ondltlon. $ 200 , offers. 

NEW MKII ZODIAC. 15 HOTtSE 
Johnson. 382 9701. 

LIKE NEW,-4.000 LB EZ- 

Lo 1 d S.. t Li l, ? r ' sur 0* 

up to 22' boat with ease. 479-6169. 

20 HP MERCURY OUTBOARD 
384-4427 

8 HP CHRYSLER OUTBOARD, 
used only 35 hours, like new, 
478-3260 

WANTED TRAILER FOR 12 f^T, 
aluminum boat. Phone 652-3182. 

60 HP, EVINRUDE LONG- 
shaft with controls, $500 478 9358 

12' SPORTSPAL CANOE, $140 
386-9851 

16' FIBERGLASS CANOE. PAD- 
dies- $300. 477-4959. 

BOAT TRAILER FOR SALE 
Best otter. Phone 595-7919 

75 HP JOHNSON OB. 1963, 
ncwl^ervlced, $395 or swap for? 

F<3r SALE ALUMINUM CAR 
topper, like new. 59S-6452, 

GALE 12 HP MOTOR. WORK- 
ing order, $85,477-7527. 

PROPELLER. 12”. BRONZE, 
$25. 656-5063 

FOR SALE, 2-TON A AND 4-TON 
A Licences 112-682-3816. 

15' SANGSTER. 50 HORSE MER 
cury, $1095. 592 3605 


SATURDAY, AUGUST 4, 1979 

80 BOATS and MARINE 1 92 SPORTINQ POOPS 


DIVING BARGE WITH 5 TON A 
frame and winch, galvonized 
steel hull, $ 10 , 000 .- 


II SAILBOATS 



I have qualified purchas¬ 
ers looking for the fol¬ 
lowing sailboats: 

Rang*, 26 uc to * 11 . 000 , Rinorr 
29 or 29 ue to mdtlO range Also 
32 35- F 'Blass sloop or cutter In 
VtO.OOO-io.OOO range. If vov have 
any of the following, and are con¬ 
sidering selling, please contact 
David Carere at 656-5591. Gvpsv 
Y acht Sales 


FOR UVEABOARD AND OFF 
shore cruising, see this 196? 40' 
wooden double end, diesel motor 
sailer, sleeps 5, full oallev, stove 
with oven, pressure not and cold 
water, 2 heads, shower, hydraulic 
steering and much more. Please 
phone for appointment Asking 
$49,800 but trv vour offer. More 
power and sail. GEOFF SIMP 
SON, MapTe Bay, 748-324? 


COLUMBIA 22, LOADED 
cruising sloop, 4 berths, fire¬ 
place, gallev. dinette, lots of 
sails, dodger extras and deluxe 
Interior, Evlnrude. Reduced to 
$8,900. On display at victoria 
Boat Mart, 453 Head St 383-3324 


TANZER SAILBOATS 

1979 Models on Display At 
BOB WHYTE MARINE 
Corner Harbour and Resthaven 
Sidney 656-7286 


SPECIAL CRUISING CAL 28. 
diesel power, 6 salts, very roomy 
Interior, refinlshed better than 
new. a very good value at lust 
$20,950. On display at Victoria 
Boat Mart, 453 Head St. 38* 3324. 


BESTSAIL WESTSAIL IN THE 
WEST. 32' Ocean Diesel Cutter. 
Absolutely superb In all respects 
inventory list amazing. Must be 
seen at Victoria Boat Mart, 453 
Head St. 383-3324. 


TAHtTA KETCH. TRADITION- 
al 32' HO offshore cruiser. MD2. 
new Dac sails, repainted, tar 
below market value at $28,900. On 
display at victoria Boat Mart, 453 
HrtdSt. 383-3324. 


SAN JUAN 24. RACE/CRUISER. 
Yamaha OB, 5 sails, oear led aft 
to cockpit, galley. WC. 5 bth 
Reduced to sell. $12,250 firm 
victoria Boat Mart, 453 Head St 
383-3324 


THUNDERBIRD. PROF 6 S- 
sionallv built by Peterson, 6 sails, 
full cover. Johnson OB A very 
special bird Just $6,900 On dls- 

Read St.383-3324. B ° dt Mart> 453 


ERICKSON 34T, )V a YEARS 
old, immaculate. Diesel. North 
sails. Thermostatically con 
trolled, forced air diesel furnace. 
Zodiac VHF. RDF. $59,900 
656-6191 or 595-7784. 


27' BUCCANEER. LARGE 
crulslnosloop, 6-7berths, shower. 
15_ Johnson elec, full hdrm, dac 
sails, almost unused. Just $16,950. 
On display at Victoria Boat Mart, 
453 Head St 383 3324. 


O'DAY 27; BLUE HULL. OMC 
saiidrive engine, folding prop, 
knot meter, 4 head sails. Spin¬ 
naker gear, teak interior Wilt 
consider smaller sailboat as 
trade In $24,000. 112-248 3973 


VICTORIA HONDA 

OUTBOARDS for the sailor 

__ 7’ 'i hp and 9.9 hp in stock 

2851 Douglas _ 386-8364 


SEACHEST 

MARINE SUPPLIES 
656-6621 

973? 1ST .SIDNEY 


HILL SAILS 

10134 McDonald Park Rd 
Sidnev B.C. 

656-4033 


ERICSON YACHTS 
$'Anchorage Marina 
933 Merchant, Brentwood Bay 


24' CHARACTER KETCH, REP 
Ilea East Coast oyster boats, pro¬ 
fessionally built 1978. of Douglas 
fir Trailer, outboard, llfelackets. 
etc $5250 65? 337S 


SACRIFICE. 18’ FIBERGLASS 
hulled sloop, needs work but 
ready to sail, 2 sets sails. Seagull 
outboard. Offers to $1300. 
478 4139. after 3 pm: 652-1764 


boat Cutter rigged, red cedar 
Carvell planked Includes out¬ 
board. 3 sails, stove, anchors 
Asking $4900 383-0336 after 4. 


1973 27' CATALINA, KNOT 
meter, compass, sounder, din 
ghy, 77-15 horsepower Johnson 
electric. Ron Mac sails, mooraoe 
til April. 595-4536. 


SAILTREND 

Open 9-6, closed Sun./Mon. 
1157NEWPORT _ 592 2711 


16' WOODEN FIREBALL. MAIN 
and jib sails plus spinnaker, also 
frailer, complete. $700 firm. 
592-3633. 


20' VIVACITY. SLEEPS 4. 4 
sails, head, galley, 6 hp outboard, 
excellent shape. $6500 384-4765 
between 5-7 pm. 


CAL 28, DOXY II. WELL 
noon. 


26' THUNDERBIRD, NEAR 
new Johnson 9 9 O B., 2 suits of 
sails, measured, excellent condl- 
t Ion, $6500.592-0026. 


16' FIREBALL, MAIN, JIB, AND 
spinakker Trapeze. Newly fin 
• shed. Excellent condition $1600 
or best offer . 477 7087. 


31' SPENCER F/G SLOOP. DIE 
sel, six sails including Spinnaker, 
completely equipped. Cali 
758-6475 Nanaimo. 


CROWN 18, FIXED KEEL, 
trailer, inflatable dinghy. All first 
rate condition. 642-5577. . 


FOR SALE, 30' CATAMARAN, 
must be seen to be appreciated 
Best offer 656-4712. 


SAN JUAN 24 WANTED, MUST 
be in good condition, 652-3520 eve¬ 
nings 


20-FT. TWIN KEEL BRITISH Vi¬ 
vacity. sleeps 4 , Fisherman's 
Cove Moorage, $5,800 988 7384. 


MUST SELL 16' CATAMARAN 
plus trailer.-478-9710. 


25' BERTH. WEST PORT. 8 
months $240.656-3322 


SPINNAKER 
for 35' vessel. 477-0616. 


S40Q or best offer 


NEEDS V 
479 0527 


14' PELICAN-TYPE. GREAT 
shape. $1050. 477 4967 


92 SPORTING GOODS 


)LAV 


RECREATIONS LTD. 

Billiard Tables, Shuffleboards 
Cues and Accessories 
! Special-Foosoalt-Special! 
Games Room Lights 
517 KELVIN _384-3332 


RIMPAC DIVERS Ltd 

Next scuba diving classes start 
Aug. 27. There will be a one week 
course from 9 a.m -6 p.m Mon. to 
Frl. and the usual evening 5 week 
course. Enroll early on this very 

St.. Sidney, 656-6313. 


WANTED: ONE COMPLETE 
set of mens right hand golf clubs, 


bag and cart, 592 9109- 


semi automatic pistol. 478-792? 


GUN STOCKS REFINISHED. 
479-7359 


4X8 POOL TABLE AND AC- 
cessories, $375 firm. 6S6-1S85. 


TmERNATiONALl 

iKNIVESI 


BIG POWER 
SMALL PACKAGE 
Coll Lawman MKIII 2 - barrel 
.357 magnum revolvers. Colt 
Cobro 1" barrel M Special re¬ 
volvers. 

BIG POWER 
BIG PACKAGE 

Nickel Dialed Smith s. Wesson 
Model 27 . 357 meg. S : 5 " barrel. 
Vostok MCM 22 cal. target ols 
tots. 

Connecticut Veliev Arms Na- 
oleon III Cannon Kit .590 col. 

576 Yates St. 383-?4?? 




TOP GUN BUYS 

1859 Dickson Perc. 58. $329, Wetti 
erby Van. 7 mm mag,, 3x9 Red., 
$895; 222 BSAH Bar 4 x 12 . $ 349 ; 
22/410 Sav., $ 79 ; 44 Ruger auto. 
3x, $349 ; 30/30 Win. u**spike, 
$199. 12 Brow. Belgian O U. $899; 
12 L. C. Smith. $395; 12 Ithlca P., 
$169; 45 Colt auto., $299; Ruger 22 
auto., $119; Walther P38 9 mm, 
$725. 

PLUS 

Air Pistols. Air Rifles. 

Black Powder Guns. 
Choose from over 500 models 
50 years serving Victoria. 
SEE OUR COMPLETE 
ARCHERY DEPT 


1307 BROAD 


385-3429 


BOSUNS LOCKER 

15%OFF ALL 
WATER SKIIS, 
ACCESSORIES 
& WETSUITS 

$80 Johnson St. 

Open Mon. ThruSat 
386-1308 




FRANK WHITE’S 
SCUBA SHOP 

832 Fisgjrd 3854713 


Leaders In Diving Instruction 
Fun with satety 
Next course starts Sept. 17 


CORNELIUS DIVING COM 
pressor, '/j HP electric. $1000. 
Diving weiohts, $1.20 per pound. 
Browning knock down 551b hunt 
ing bow and arrows, $200 Com 
plete painted table tennis table, 
$25 3 burner Colman stove, $45 
382-9404 


WOR 

Private scuba diving courses. «i 
evening course begins Aug 13th, 
*2 daytime course begins Aug 
13th. For information Wavne 
Ropers. 384 8 726 


TWO 870 WING MASTER PUMP 
shot ouns. vent ribs, suitable for 
trap, $375 each 308 rifle made In 
Finland. 3X9 scope. 350 round 
ammo. $500 offers considered. 
477-2415. 


ULTIMATE NEW MAUSER 
rifle system with interchangeable 
scoped barrels, calibers 25.06 and 
30 06, cuatom sling, cases, etc. 
Replacement value over $2000 
Priced to sell at $1500 383 983? 


ORY SUIT BY FITZ-WRIGHT. 
medium size, good shape, $385. 
Also, full face mask bv US 
Divers, like new, $95. Evenings. 
382-0310 


ORIGINAL MAUSER BOLT AC 
lion rifle, engraved, caliber 8 
mm, 5 shot. 1920-30 vintage In 
excellent condition $400 
383 9832. 


HUNTER'S SAFETY COURSE, 
registration night Aug )0th, 7 pm, 
Workpolnl Barracks, further In- 
formation call 386-8581. 478-8679 


LYNX PREDATOR GOLF 
clubs, 2 thru pitching wedoe. 1.3,5 
woods, S385 or best offer, replace^ 
ment cost, $650. 384-6052. 


WANTEO-UNWANTEO SPORT- 
mg goods of all types Fishing, 
huntlno. etc. Free pickup. 

388 4064 


WANTED URGENTLY: 7MM 
mag. huntlno rifle, good condi 
tion. reasonable. 477-0912 after 
5 pm. 


CROSS-COUNTRY SKIS. NEW 
condition, boots and poles, skis 
200 cm, fiberolass. best offer. 
384 3230, evenings 


GOLF CLUBS. MENS LEFT 
hand. Power Bilt • Citation, 1, 3. 5 
woods $100 382 2745 


LADY'S FARMER JANE WET 
Suit. (5', 108 lbs ) Reasonable 
478 6778 


WANTED PEETZ RECORDER 
reel, trollino rod. Quality only 
JP3 4971 


5 X10' POOL TABLE, SET OF 8 
If, 6 cues 


5 ' 5 ". Approximately 115 
pounds. 592-0484 


S3 CAMERAS, SUPPLIES 
PHOTO FINISHING 


bill* 


photo 

xupplu 


DOWNTOWN at 
1672 Douglas 
383 7443 
LANGFORDat 
800 Goidsfream 
478 271? 

2047 Oak Bav Ave 
592-3122 

THIS WEEK 
Featuring 

Filters for all vour photographic 
needs Come in and see the NEW 
Cokin system of filters its a 
dream come true! 


THE LIGHT MACHINE 
Vivitar 283, complete with 
lens/fllter adapter, filter kit, lens 
kil. AC adapter, varlpower, re¬ 
mote sensor, end cord, extra bat¬ 
tery holder, pistol grip, cable re¬ 
lease 2'«" bracket, 35mm 
bracket and 8 alkaline batteries. 
All in brand new condition. $270 
complete. 479-1429 


, city photo 


We buy good used cameras and 
photographic equipment. 


MOVIE CAMERA. EUMIG 8 
with zoom lens, $60 Bell & Howell 
dual 8 projector No. 1620 new. 
with screen, viewer, etc $100 
Phone 477 1460 


4X5 CALUMET VIEWCAMERA. 
two lenses, slides, etc. $950 or 
offer Leave messages 478-0547 


AUDIO VISUAL EQUIPMENT 
Clearance sale Dlsolve controls, 
programers, screens, projectors 
Miscellaneous. Impact. 382-0919 
or 382 4606 


DURST AUTOMATIC COLOR 
print processer. $1,050. Rod 
385 8992, work 388-5248. 


BAUER SUPER 8 MOVIE CAM- 
era^fultv automatic, $140. 


NIKONAS II AMPHIBIOUS 
camera. Reasonable offers. 
595-0179 


96 RANGES, STOVES 
and FURNACES 


WILLIAMS HIGH PRESSURE 
hot air automatic oil furnace, 
complete with ducts and pipes, 
good condition, $350. Before 6 
pm: 477-0251. 


ENTERPRISE GAS RANGES, 
wood and coal ranges. Franklin 
fireplaces. Showroom 537 Fl$- 
gard. Phone 385-292? or 388 5881 


30” ADMIRAL RANGE WITH 
rotlsserle, Avacado. 4 years old, 
excellent worklno condition, S200. 
477 8093 after 5. 


RANGES, STOVES 
Md FURNACES 


GE CONTINUOUS CLEAN 
ranoe, 3 years old, avocado, 
s^rkjino new condition, $390. 


NEW ENTERPRISE GAS 
Stove, 24 X 36X 40, oil stove with 
water and oil tank, complete, 
382 1832. 


30” WESTINGHOUSE RANGE, 
rotisserle. meat probe etc. Excel 
lent condition $150. 30” range 
hood complete$25.383-2564. 


WHITE 30” ADMIRAL RANGE, 
excellent working condition, oven 
window. $115.479-9149. 


WOOD BURNING PARLOUR 
stove, made 1930, oood condition, 
$200 Evenings, 388 5073. 


24' BRENTWOOD HARVEST 
385-6217 ke neW ' S,5 ° 3M ' 4018, 


VIKING RANGE. $100. GOOD 
condition, 595-0749 


HOT WATER HEATING SYS- 
tem, complete 598-3165. 


24” GE STOVE. WHITE. AFTER 
6 pm. 474 1415. 


24” CAST IRON ENTERPRISE 
heater, $30. 598-1171, 


17 FURNITURE 


TRADE-IN 

TIME 

MATTRESSES 

*25 on vour old mattress 
*25 on vour box spring 
WHEN YOU 
PURCHASE ANEW 

Spring filled 

MATTRESS or 
BOX SPRING 

3'3” size, each piece $169 

Regularsize.eachpiece $189 

Queen size, each piece $219 

Kino size, each piece $289 

Latex Rubber 

The mattress that otves even 
support to all parts of the body, 
truly the most comfortable mat¬ 
tress of all. ' 

MATTRESSor 
BOX SPRING 

3*3” size, each piece $199 

Regular size, each piece $249 

Queen size, each piece $289 

King size mattress $399 

MATTRESS 
TOPPER PADS 

ENJOY the luxurious comfort 
Thick Size Rubber Foam 

1 In. 39x75 $27.25 $8.55 

2 In 39x75 $52 75 $17.25 

lin. 54x 75 $37 75 $11.85 

2 In. 54*75 $72 90 $23 65 

lin. 5x0 $44 65 $14 00 

2 In. 5x0 $86 50 $28.00 

lin. King $58.50 $17 75 

?in Kino $112.35 $36 40 

IMMEDIATE OELIVERY 

Open Fridays 'til 9p.m. 
EASY CREDIT terms available 

Gregg Furniture 

"The aualitv furniture store — 
where you can see how It's made” 
?300 DOUGLAS_388 7365 


SET OF SIX CANADIANA OAK 
chairs with caotain's chair and 
original leather seats, a rare find. 
S80 each; very elegant mahooanv 
coffee table with central burled 
oval, also has blrdseve maple 
edging, only $75; very different 
styled old-fashioned mahogany 
wind-up gramophone on brass 
castors in excellent condition, a 
real conversatlonpiece, $275, an 
tioue very beautiful elegant ma 
hooany curio cabinet with lots of 
delicate carvings, $150 65?4740 


TMlicum Furniture in¬ 
vites all their old triends 
and customers to visit 
their new store at 1633 
Hillside at Scott 


GORGEOUS OLD GOLDE N OAK 
drop front desk with three draw 
ers and carved eaole claws 
around balls, heavy medallion 
brass handles. $350; gorgeous 
very old red mahogany Reoencv 
coffee table with brass claw feet, 
lots of Intricate carvings, going 
fast at $125, antique solid red 
mahogany bow-front hlboy, $125, 
antioue dark walnut dresser on 
castors with bevelled swivel mlr 
ror, $150 652-4740 


SET OF FOUR BEAUTIFUL AN 
tlQue oak very high backed 
chairs with rich emerald green 
velvet seats, stamped Crown 
Warings, only $70 each; antique 
very heavy solid oak tudor buffet, 
excellent condition. $250; child's 
dark maple roll top desk, $ 100 , 
magnificent Canadlana oak bow- 
front dresser with laroe oval be¬ 
velled mirror and castors, $250. 
652 4740 


KNECHTEL SATIN RIBBON 
Mahogany, solid wood 9 piece din¬ 
ing room suite, double pedestal 
fable, 6 chairs, china cabinet and 
buffet. $1495 Antique pine cot- 
,d f*i? ble ? nd2 chaTrs$195 Good 
selection of oak tables and chairs, 
15 min. from town. Pete's Place. 
786 Goidsfream, 478 6000. 


WE ARE EXPECTING A 
large shipment next week and 
must make room. Super savings 
throughout the store, even a 
piano at $195. Open all weekend 
and Monday, only 15 min. from 
town. 10 from Woplco. Pete's 
Place. 786 Goidsfream. 478-6000 


- Upholstery chairs, $500. 

Llectrosprung settee and side- 
chair, $300 Twin beds and mat¬ 
tress with dresser, stool and bed 
side table. $200. All In good 
condition 478-5237 


TWO CHAIRS, ONE ORESSER 
with mirror. Hollywood twin beds 
with mattresses and headboards, 
sheets, blankets, pillow slips and 
bedspreads, pair of matching tri 
lights, two suitcases. 385-6624, 
after 6 . 


COLONIAL CHESTERFIELD, 
matching rocker, ottoman, 7 end 
tables, mahogany twin bed¬ 
steads, fruit wood 39" headboard, 
fruit wood dresser, chest of draw 

f, r ble n jfi h |»3l* b ‘ C ' m "' e ' amD 


PUBLIC AUCTION 

Happy Valiev Centre, Saturday 
Aug II, 1 pm Taking consign 
ments now. 478-6293 See our ad 
under coming events. 


READY TO ASSEMBLE RUSTIC 
wood furniture, unloue gifts we 
also want, on consignment, hand¬ 
crafted furniture and access 
orles. Monastery Furniture, 942 
Fort Street, 383 2431 


MOVING, MUST SELL. NEAR 
new loveseat, $300. green velvet 
swivel rocker recliner, $150; old 
oak dinlno table and 6 chairs. 
$350, bedroom suite (no head- 
board) S300. 479-1237or 382 6401. 


BIRCH5PIECEOINING SUITE, 
high back chairs. $300. Desk, 
$125. Teak roll too desk. S32S 
Walnut dinino room table, $100. 
Pine coffee table. $65. Matching 
lamps, $60.595-4618 


CONTEMPORARY BOUDOIR 
chair, new, $65; matching over¬ 
stuffed sofa and chair, very good 
condition, all with floral slip 
covers, $250 or best offer. 384-0373 
or 595-6046 


SINGLE BIRCH BED, MAT- 
tress and nioht table to match, 
brand new. Mauve and pink quilt 
ed bedspread, brand new, $305 
firm. 382-97 10 between 
10:30 i2noon on Sunday. 


ELEGANT CORNER CHINA 
cabinel with antloue brass-finish 
hardware, as> new. $290; coffee 
fable and two end tables, medium 
walnut finish, arborlte top, excel- 
lent condition. $30.656-6088 


KENMORE ZIG ZAG MACHINE 
with console, $175. Restmore an¬ 
tique wine couch and chair, ex¬ 
cellent condition, $325. 386-7377 
after 6 . 


97 FURNITURE 

PINECRAFT LTD . DISPLAY 
of Ontario pine furniture. Hand 
built to order, (with illustrated 
catalogues) at Leafhlll Galleries, 

47 Bastion Square, Victoria. 

VILLAS DARK MAPLE 3 
sealer sofa, loose cushions, seat 
and back, $300. Vilas panel doutF 
le bed. $ 100 . oood condition 
592-7473 after noon 

QUALITY BLUE VELVET 
chesterfield suite, $500 Two 
burnt orange velvet chairs, $125 
each Two end fables. 9x7 Indian 
rug. $350. 592-4204 

3-ROOM GROUPING — LIVING 
Room — Bedroom — Kitchen. 
Full Price $988 Easv Pavment 
Plan. Echo Furniture, 704 view. 
384-2214. 

SOLID MAPLE BUNK BEDS, 
antique oroan. two wing chairs, 
chesterfield and matching chair, 
loveseat and matching chair. 
477-8446. 

MOVING. EVERYTHING MUST 
oo. Chesterfield Teak dining 
table. Dresser. Small items 

384-6647 

CORNING TOP STOVE. SELF 
cleaning, nearly new $650 Kit 
chen set $150. chrome kitchen 
table. 385-9S86. 

MATCHING SOFA AND CHAIR, 
velvet material, dark brown and 
oold, very good condition. Asking 
$200 or offers. 383 1275 after 4 

OVAL D R. TABLE. OAK. SOLID 
wood duality. 39" wide bv 54" 
long extending to 72”. $100 or 
close. Ph. 477-1452. 

SOLID MAHOGANY GATE LEG 
dinlno room table. 2 leaves, 7 side 
chairs and 1 armchair, $ 1,100 
595-7351. 

TOP QUALITY MAPLE CAP- 
tains bed with mattress, posture 
board and matching 5 drawer 
chest. 478 266? 

SOLID OAK 9 PCE DINING 
room suite, made in Scotland, 
carved door faces, leather seats. 
$1700 PhOOe 656-2804 

CUSTOM BEDS. CAPTAINS, 
$120, mates. $115, mates bunks. 
$150,479-7400 

OCTAGON SHAPEO BUMPER 
pool table, 3-wav convertible 
wooden table 479-9406 

MATCHING SOFA CHAIR AND 
ottoman, tan brown, $250. 
595 1085. 

EXTRA LONG SINGLE BED$25. 
Telephone table and chair $20 
478-3280. 

SIMMONS 48” BOX SPRING 
and mattress In excellent condl 
tion-$99.50. 658 8892 

DUNCAN PHYFE STYLE 
mahogany dining room suite, 
tabic, 6 chairs and buffet 
388 5796. 

DOUBLE BED. BOXSPRING 
and mattress, walnut headboard, 
excellent condition 383-6828 

WALL UNIT. SOLID TEAK, 4 
shelves. 2 cabinets, adjustable 
strips Firm $250. 652-1334 

EXTRA-LARGE BEAN BAG 
chair, burgundy corduroy. $50. 
592-1106 weekends before 10 pm 


DOUBLE BOX SPRING. MAT 
tress, oood condition, $40 
S92 4045 


LOOSE CUSHION. CASUAL 
style sofa, as new, cinnamon 
brown cord. $350 59? 1978. 


SOLID TEAK COFFEE TABLE, 
and end table, $400 for both. 
386 7563 


BROWN COUCH, $75 FRANK- 
lin fireplace. $120. Large desk, 
$40 479-0120 after 12:30 noon 


SINGLE MATTRESS. 39X74”. 
clean, new condition. Asking $40. 
478 4902. 


ONE 3 PCE BEDROOM SUITE 
with 4 beds, double boxspring 
and mattrefST^J SO each 478 7068 

TWO CAPTAIN'S BED WITH 
drawers undefneath. $100 each. 
478 4790, anytime_ 

TEAK QUEEN-SIZE PEOES- 
tai bed and mattress, $350 
382 6384 


DINING ROOM SUITE, 6 
chairs, buffet, $400. 384 1858 

three Piece blonde bed- 
room suite. >1*0 477 *625 


TV. STEREO. RADIO 
SALES Md SERVICE 


C-4 

TV. STEREO. RADIO 
SALES Md SERVICE 


RENT 

OR 

RENTTOOWN 
TV and Stereos 
andMICROWAVES 
SPECIAL SUMMER 
RATES 

COLOR TVSFROM5I5 

381-5622 
27 W. Burnside 

10-9 P M 6 DAYS A WEEK 



• microwave 

• color TV 

• stereo 


• rentals 

• service 

• sales ^ 


‘Home of the$! 0 servlce call” 

This Months Special 

20” Zenith remote control TV 
$689 with approved trade-in 
WHILE THEY LAST 


5 YEAR 


197920" 

EI.ECTROHOME 

COLOR TV 
RENTTOOWN 

AS LOW AS J22 per montfi. 

NOTE. Rent to own available for 
any size, any make 
ALSO — we rent color TVs $25 per 
month — $! 0 delivery. 

CITY CENTRE TV 

OPEN 10 A M,-9 P.M. 
6 DAYSA WEEK 
477 6971 

Next to K Mart in the Mall 


HELP 


Too many color Tvs taken in 
trade. Come in—make an otter. 
CITY CENTRE TV, next to K 
Mart in the mall, open 10-9 p.m 6 
davs a week 


PHILIPS SP 39 SPEAKERS, 
walnut veneer. on sale for $399 
SP ?5‘s on sale for $199. Also 
Philips reel-to reel with pre amp. 
$700 Available at J and v Elec 
tronlcs, 2628 Bridoe Street 
385-4831 


GO ELECTRONICS 

Midland S.S.B. 40 channel. $199.95 
We install all mobile equipment 
4087 Quadra_ 479 2443 


GARAGE SALE 

Excellent colour TV. $95. Black 
and White, $35. Stereo/TV combi¬ 
nation. $50 with guarantee. 
383-8774 


TRADE VIDEO TAPES. HAVE 
great cable programs here Need 
vour French language Phone 
415-548-0886. Tom Stefan 2813 
Telegraph Berkeley California 


NEW SYLVANIA 20” PORT 
able TV, only $448 at BUTLER 
BROTHERS. 1724 Douolas St 
383-6911. 


DUAL 604 DIRECT DRIVE 
turntable complete with car 
tridge, bass and dust cover, $375 
652-9028 anytime after 5:30 


TWO CASSETTE DECKS. ONE 
AGS with radio, Pioneer speak 
ers. $150. Other Pioneer deck with 
Jensen triaxles, $275.477-6858. 


USEO BLACK ANO WHITE TV 
$69 95 Phone 381 562? 

Homark Sales Ltd 


TWO KENWOOD L09M AMPS, 
300 watts each, full warranty 
478 7244 


SONY 9 " TRINITRON COLOUR 
T.v. wittPsfand. great for boat or 
camper, $200 firm. 383 7259 after 
6 pm 


Open 'til 9 Nightly! 

385 5555 

Independent Buyers 

Discount Service Ltd. 

939C Esquimau Rd. 
Stereos 
Color TV's 

ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEMS 
70 FIT ANY ANO ALL EN 
VIRONMENTS! 

—Buv the best and reduce costly 
service calls! 

Yes, we take trades! 
No down payment 1 (OAC) 

Free delivery! 

Freeparkmo! 

1 n Store Bank F mane mg! 
(FULLSERVICE WARRANTY) 
—5 yrs. parts and labour on most 
new sound equipment 
—Loaner supplied during service 
—Full credit on upgrading 1st. yr. 

Technics 

Best-Buv Sound System 

Receiver, Speakers. Turntable 
W/Magnetic Cartridge. S649 

AR Speakers 

A R 18 Speaker s each $99 

Car Stereo 

COMPLETE LINES 

Jensen, Pioneer. Panasonic 

Panasonic CX7I00 Auto- 
Reverse Tape Deck *179. 

Panasonic 

Color TV'S from $499 
20” color special $619 
No money down Low monthly 
payments! (OAC) 

Open lOtil 9 Daily 
10 til 6 Saturday 


RCA 17" COLOREO TV IN TOP 
shape, $195 or best offer this 
weekend 385 6237. 382 2556 


REVOX A700 TAPE DECK, 
mint condition, otters, 385 3354 


TV ANTENNA, ROOF TOP 
type Best offer Phone 384 2630 


TOKAI 23, HALF WAVE. NEW 
power supply. $100. 595 3363. 


VIKING COLORED TV SET 
good condition >250 383 9197 


C.B ANTENNA. 'j WAVE. 
Mighty Mag III 388 9545 


3855 ® 



STATE 



Let factory trained technicians 
repair your Solid State TV. am¬ 
plifiers, tape decks, turntables 
No iob too hard Reasonable 


Quality Service. 100 Burnside Rd. 
W. lust up from Tllllcum drlve-in. 
38 3 543?- 


LARGE 21” COLOUR PORT- 
able Fleetwood T V. all newly 
reconditioned and reservlced 
$ 200 . 21 ” RCA Victor console 
black and white $50.385-8869. 


OOKORDER 4 CHANNEL TAPE 
deck with Slmul-Svnc, SOS and 
echo effects, $700. impact, 
382-0919 or 382-4606 


USED RCA 25” COLOUR TV A-l 
working order with 90 dav war¬ 
ranty $T69.95 

ATLAS STEREO ANO TV 
763 Fort St_ 385 2712 


I WILL COME TO YOUR HOME 
»o service vour TV for only $10. 
Call Jim 381 5622 

Homark Sales Ltd 


DELUXE AKAI ANO SANSUI 
system Replacement value: 
$2300 Will take offers on $1600 
385-1940 


99 GROCERIES, MEAT 
Md PRODUCE 

North Douglas 
Delicatessen 

n Zeal Edam and Mo/z 1.79 lb 
n Zealand White Cheddar 2.091b 
n Zealand Gouda 2 09ib 

Canadian Yellow Cheddar 2 09 lb 
CookeRxmported Ham 2 691b 
Salami and Hot Pepperom 1.69 lb 

Open Tue -Sun Closed Mondav 

3891 Douglas 479-1827 


uiiummi 

Quwm Mill 79S PORT ST 

UK-0575 - 364-0576 

GRADE-A"FREEZER BEET 
Sides $ 1.49 hinds $179 

Full Baron$i.69 
Local Lamb$i.99 
Weight loss in cutting, boning & 
trimming will increase the price 
per pound. 

Chargex Accepted 


BEEF 

Grade A steers. Cut to vour sped 
fications. Sides $1.59 lb Hinds, 
$1 95 lb. Pork, Alberta grain fed. 
$1.09 lb. 

Weight loss due to trimmlno and 
bonmo increases price per pound 
100-o fully guaranteed 

Red Robin Foods« 

John, 652-4921 or 478-6233 


SAANICH FRUIT GROWERS 
FRESH LOCAL FRUIT AND 
PRODUCE. AND ALSO JAM 
LOGANS, VINE LOGANS, AND 
FRESH OKANAGAN FRUIT 
2180 KEATING CROSS RDS 
652 1138. OPEN 10 AM TQ 5 PM. 
CLOSED SUNDAY AND MON 
DAY PLEASE BRING OWN 
CONTAINERS 


SIDESOF BEEF $1 59POUND, 
Sides of pork $1.09 pound, 

Cut Wrapped Frozen 
Weight loss in cutting and trim 
ming will Increase the price per 
pound 

CUSTOM CURING & SMOKING 
Dutch Oeir and Meats Ltd 
Retail and Wholesale 
Phone 478 2626 


FRESH FISH 

Right off the boa* Super special 
whole fresh pink salmon $1.79 lb 
complete line of seafoods Lots of 
indoor specials Fisherman's 
Market, located at Farmer's 
Market. 1610 Island Highway 
478 4522 Open 7 davs a week 


SAVE MONEY, BUY MEAT IN 
Sooke. A-l beet sides $1.39 tb 
Grain fed side of pork 99«, Lamb 
$1.85 lb. Cut. wrapped and frozen, 
price per pound increase due to 
trimming etc. Old Country 
Meats, 642-3950 Sooke. 


Okanagan Fruit 

APRICOTS (OVER 10lbs) 35« lb 
Bill Baylev Garden Centre 
Col wood Farmers Market 
478-8822 


JAM, PEACHES AND APRl 
cots. Peaches lto per pound apri¬ 
cots ?5«, also oranges 409 per 
pound. By the box, from 10 am, 
364 Moss St while Quantities last 


LOGANBERRIES 

*1 crate berries, jam wine ber 
rles. 652-2046 9am-6pm. 


SILVER RILL FARMS 
Fresh picked corn Is avail 
every day. 7179 Central Saa 
Road, 652-3509,652-2019 


















































































































































































































































































































































































C-5 

99 GROCERIES, NUT 

m4 produce 

FRESH CORN 

First of the season. 4818 Cordova 
Bav Rd. Saturdays only 
B: 3*5 pm. 

SAVE STORAGE SPACE. DE 
hydrate vour harvest. For Infor 
matioo and equipment call The 
Grinder. 479-9933. _ 

PICK YOUR OWN CORN AT Sil¬ 
ver Rill Farm. 1590 Hovev Rd off 
of Stellv's X Rd. 754 dozen. 
652 2019. 

FRESH LOCAL LAMB 
Bv the carcass. Cot. wrapped and 
frozen, $2.25 per pound. 478-3944. 

BROILER/FRYERS, 10 
weeks, 4-6 lbs. You pluck them. 
Alive or killed. 7S« lb. 658-8593 

ALBERTA GRAIN FED BEEF 
Information phone Bob. 381-6621. 


100 


BLUEBERRIES 
Fresh, ready picked, available 
soon . 383-1233 


NEW CULL POTATOES, S2 PER 
100 lb sack. 1843 San Juan. 
477-5317. 


GREEN BEANS FOR SALE. 
You pick, until 6pm daily. Bring 
container. 4Q< lb 6506 Old Field 


PICK YOUR OWN VEGE- 
tables wax beans, green beans, 
lettuce, beets, etc. 656-6030. 


20 LBS. TOMATOES, $6. 3965 
Shelbourne St. Between 

9am-4:30pm 


5 MONTH OLD NEW HAMP- 
shire Roosters, alive or killed, 
you pluck, S3 each 656-6030 


20 POUNDS CANNING TOMA- 
foes, S6 6432 Pay Bav Highway. 


100 MISCELLANEOUS 
FOR SALE 

3 PC COFFEE TABLE SET 
S198, oak dresser with mirror 
$99.95; used sofas and chairs In 
blue, green, brown and gold from 
$139.95 to $599.95; Viking 30" 
stove $59.95; sub zero 23 cu. up¬ 
right freezer, In excellent condi¬ 
tion $398 , 9 pc solid wood dining 
room set, $599.95. French Pro¬ 
vincial occassional chair. $148 88. 
Spanish style arm chair. $58.88. 
Utility cabinet, castors, $194.95. 

Qhglradgg 


Open nights 'til 9p.m. 
Sat, til 6, Sun 12-5 





general' 0 *' 

111SFOBTST. 3644U1 

Antiques and Modern 
Furnishings 


GUARANTEED USED APPLI- 
ances. Keivinator automatic 
washer, $99 Rebuilt GE dryer, 
$119 Findley automatic 30" 
stove. $99 Danby 24" stove, $79 
Coldspot 7 cubic foot upright 
freezer, $179. Tappan Gourmet 
stove. $159. 14 cubic foot McClary 
automatic defrost refrigerator, 
$149. GE 2-door refrigerator 
freezer. $189 Immaculate 30" 
while automatic Moffat stove, 
$199. 7 cubic foot chest freezer, 
$169 Avocado Viking 2-door re- 
tnoerator freezer with matching 
30" stove, $399 for pair. Phoenix 
Appliances, 1307 Gladstone, 
weekdays 9-12, Saturday 10-2. 
384-0423 


GREAT AUGUST 
Homefurnishing 
Summer-End Sale 

Quality-Selection 
Affordable Prices! 

2 drawer maple finish 
mates bed with mattress, 
$199.88; bunk beds in¬ 
cluding mattress from 
$369.95; Restonic mat¬ 
tress and box units — 39" 
Twin set from $108.88; 
54" double set from 
$128.88; Cedar chest 
from $234.95; students 
desks, $64.95-$109.95; 4 
pc. living room group — 
consists of sofa, chair, 
loveseat and ottoman, 
100% nvlon from $799.95; 
Hi tiack Colonial floral 
sofa and chair, $699; 
Kroehler 6 pc. bedroom 
suite Tavern pine quality 
at only $1,399.95; Gun 
cabinets, $169; Wall units 
— open shelf, 2 drawer 
with bar. Very well 
priced good selection of 
coffee and lamp tables; 7 
pc. kitchen/dining suite, 
$209.95; La-Z-Boy chairs 
and recllners lust ar¬ 
rived! Solid oak bedroom 
suite, $1,099.95; Curio 
cabinets, $369.95 ; 8 pc. 
dining room suite In Va¬ 
lencia oak finish — con¬ 
sists of oval table with 
one extension leat, 4 side 
and one arm chair, buffet 
and hutch, $998; One only 
queen size floatation 
water bed. Reg. sale 
price $619.95, floor sam¬ 
ple $499.88 — a few floor 
sample chesterfield 
suites left to clear out 
and many, many items to 
numerous to list in this 
ad. 

ALSO 1979 MODEL 
Speed Queen washers 
and dryers, Gibson re¬ 
frigerators, ranges, dish¬ 
washers, RCA portable 
and console colour televi¬ 
sions. 

BUSINESS HOURS 
Mon., Tues., Wed. and Sat., 
!0a.m.-6p.m. 

Thurs. andFri., 1(5 a m -9eves. 

Sun., 11 am.-5 p.m. 

NOTE: We will be dosed 
Aug. 6, B.C. Day. 

F IcOLWOOO LANGFORD 

urnitu reland 

1610 island Hwv 
(Farmers Market) 
478-1921 


Vacuum Cleaners 

Nearly new and reconditioned 
from $25.00 guaranteed. Current 
models always available: Com¬ 
pact. Electrolux, Filter Queen, 
Kirbv, Hoover, Sears-Kenmore, 
Eureka, Lewvt, G.E. etc. Power 
nozzles adapted to any machine 
Repairs every brand. Trades 
welcome Top of line Built-Ins • 
$325. 

Mister Sweeper, 906 Esquimau 
Road (at Head). Colwood Corners 
Mall next to Highway Supermar¬ 
ket 386-3717,474-1011. 


ATTICA 

720MARKET ST. 

WE BUY!!! 

WE SELL!!! 

ANTIQUES, OLD FURNITURE, 
OLD PLUMBING, DOORS, 
WINODWS, STAINEDGLASS, 

or WHATEVER 
382-4214 


12 ALUMINUM BOAT, AND 
trailer, with 5 horse Evlnrude, 
$650 complete. Cartop camper 
box, with roof rack, $50. Matching 
set 3 stained glass windows, $175. 
6 place settings Community 
Plate, $200. Extras, and extra 
serving pieces Also miscellane¬ 
ous Rogers and sterling silver 
flatware Deep fat fryer, $20. Os 
terizer, $25. Toaster oven, $15. 
Waffle Iron, $10. Electric knife, 
$10 Cocktail table. $45 Boy's 
paper bike, $30. Small girl's bike, 
$35 And other miscellaneous 
■ terns 69 Moss 



FREE ORIENTATION SES¬ 
SIONS covering wood selection, 
protect design, equipment use 
and safety at TOOLS 'N SPACE. 
The fully equipoed hobby wood¬ 
working shop for handy men and 
women. Get In touch with your 
talent — anyone can. Tremen¬ 
dous savings too! Open Mon 
Thurs. 10-10. Frl. and Sat. 10-6. 
Closed Mon B.C. day. 

Call and visit today, 383-9600, 338 
CathcrineSt. (at Esqulmalt Rd.) 


WE ARE PLEASED TO OFFER 
our customers the largest selec 
tion of reference boofcs on an¬ 
tiques and collectibles In B.C To 
introduce you to our new line 
their will be 20% oft list price all 
weekend Incl. Monday August 6. 
Books on model trains, guns, 
dolls, Belleek, carnival glass, 
furniture, etc. Virtually every 
sublect imagineable. Only 15 
mm from town. Pete's Place, 786 
Goldstream 478-6000 


UPHOLSTERY 

Quality fabrics for less. 
Upholstery supplies and 
tools. Guaranteed work¬ 
manship available. 
Morgan's Fabrics 

2070 Cadboro Bav Rd. (near Fort 
and Foul Bay junction) .598-4011 


MOVING MUST SELL, 2 MONTH 
old deluxe 4' vinyl padded bar 
Paid, $279. Sell, $150. 6 drawer 
large arborlte dresser, $60. Large 
old Steamer trunk, newly uphol¬ 
stered Inside, $75. Double bed box 
spring and mattress, $50. Double 
bed radio headboard, footboard 
and rails, $35 Small sliding door 
end table, $10. Metal shelving 
units, $10 and $5. 381-5009. 


SUN CONTROL FILMS — CON- 
trol glare and fading of furniture, 
carpets and draperies; reduce 
energy costs; relects up to 79% of 
solar heat and Insulate vour win¬ 
dow In winter. Install it yourself 
or have our expert Install. Call In 
and see this amazing product — 
inquire about price and Install* 
tion at THE PLASTIC SHOP, 2105 
Douglas St 386-1477. 


MOFFAT FROST-FREE RE- 
frigerator, avocado, $250. Cold- 
spot deep freeze, upright, white. 
Twin beds, mattresses and 
boxsprlnos. Mlsc tables and 
small Items, l single bed with 
boxspring and mattress. Admiral 
console Tv, colour, 26" screen. 
Kenmore washer and dryer, 
white 9 years old. Phone 595-1649 
after 5 pm. 


MISCELLANEOUS 
FM SALE 


jUlais Jfuriiiturp 
& ,?lppliamps 


FRIDGE 

SALE 

13cu. ft. frost free 

Limited quantify, 
Reg. $568 
NOW $488 

I only 17 cu. ft. avacado 

frost free, reg.$748 
NOW $698 

3only apt. size, white 
Reg. $349 
NOW $319 

MICROWAVE 

OVEN 

1 only—Sharpe, 
Reg. $829 
NOW $798 

1 only Modern Maid 

Corning top surface unit, 
Reg. $749 
NOW $699 

KITCHEN AID 

DISHWASHERS 

NOWON DISPLAY 

1821 COOK 
385-2435 


$399 + 

WAREHOUSE 

SALE 


KIRBY'S XI RBV'S KIRBY'S 
All our 79 stock must go. First 
come, first served basis. The new 
Kirbv Classic Shag King features 
include: 

1) 8 adjustable settings for all 
types of carpet. 

2) permanent bag, no bags or fil¬ 
ters to buy 

3) hand portable, tank or canister, 
upright for carpets, buffer, po¬ 
lisher, and shampooer, all In one 
unit 

4) marvellous deep cleaning ac¬ 
tion with triple-cushion vibration 
removes the deep Imbedded dirt 
and grit which causes carpet 
damage 

All this for the remarkable low 
price of: 

$399 ♦ 

$60 for polisher and shampooer. 
Regu I a r pr i ce over $600. 
if vou want the best, the heck with 
the rest, call your local Kirby 
Distributor 
TODAY 

For freedemonstatloo, 
no obligation, phone 
383 1112 or 642-3387 
Trades WelcomeTerms Available 


f INTERNATIONAL 

; KNIVES" 

FILLETING KNIVES 
GALORE! 

We have in stock over 35 Models 
of Filleting Knives Including: 

* Floating and Non-Floating 
Models 

*. Both Rigid and Flexible 
Blade-, 

*. Blade Lengths From 4" to 

9" 

*. Prices From $3.95 to$89.95 
*. KERSHAW, BROWNING, 
NORMARK, IMPERIAL. RA- 
PALA AND MANY MORE^ 

Don't get caught WITH your limit 
WITHOUT a Quality Filleting 
Knife from International Knives! 

574 Yates St. 383-2422 

(Across from the Post Office) 


METAL CONTAtNERB, 6'X18", 

beautiful planters, feed/water 
trough for cattle. Heavy-duty 
plastic containers. 5l"x23"xjt". 
Ideal tor storage, snioplng. toot 
box, etc- 042-5830, 598 8703 


100 MISqUlANEOUS 

FOR SALE 

100 MISCUUNfOUS 

FOR SALE 

ATTENTION SERVICE CLUBS. 
Sports Clubs or anyone wishing to 
own their own concession stand or 
work shed, 16'x8', complete and 
movable with wiring for all 
equipment, never been used. Can 
be viewed at Knight Signs build¬ 
ing 6675 Mirah PL off Kaatlng X 
Rds. Central Saanich, asking 
$999. Mr Gordon Carter 595-4141 

STIHL Chainsaws 

SALES-PARTS-SERVICE 

RENTALS 

GIBSON POWERCRAFT 

2520 Government 382-8291 

EVERYTHING TO BE 
SOLD IN SECOND¬ 
HAND STORE. Vacating 
Premises. 112a Hillside. 

ROLL AWAY COT SPRING 
filled mattress, tweed Cogswell 
rocker swivel chair, large naupa- 
hyde recllner, Braun coffee 
grinder, large coffee table with 
matching end table, copper fire¬ 
place tools, solid small trunk. Ex¬ 
pensive Queen size quilted bed¬ 
spread, $50. All In excellent 
condition. 385-9597. 

BETTER PRICES/ BETTER 
delivery. 

Kltchen-ald dishwashers 
KENYON SALES 

386-1214,24 hours 

ANTIQUES, COLLECTIBLES, 
used modern furniture, large and 
small appliances. Reconditioned 
bicycles, lawn mowers, tools, 
tires, baby Items, numerous mis 
cellaneous Items. Bill's Bargain 
Barn, Cralgflower and Tllllcum. 
384-5235. Tuesdav-Sundav We 
Buy, Sell, Trade and Deliver. 

Amana RadarRange 

MCDONALD SUPPLY 

370GORGE RD. EAST 3SM7.I5 

HOMELITE 

SALES- C »- W | E RV,CE 

RENTALS 

GIBSON POWERCRAFT 

2520 Government 382-8291 

BRIDES TO BE, I'M SELLING 
mv beautiful 3 week old wedding 
gown of sheer silk organza over 
taffeta, the ruffled skirt Is gently 
tipped with chantllly lace to form 
a graceful train, the matching 
fingjM- tlp veil and hoop are In¬ 
cluded. Size 5. Payed $330, sell for 
$150. 6564)080. 

ALL VACUUMS 

We sell every vacuum made et 
the lewest Brice. All rebuilt and 

ouaranteed FromCO. 

All victoria Vacuums 595-2622 
2805Cadar Hill Rd. 

NEWANDUSED 

Hida-Beds. steu to U49; 2-pce. 
Chesterfield Suites, S!» to $«»; 
Love Seat, S1W; Bed-Chelr. 199; 

Table and < Chairs, S508; China 

Chests ol Drawers. S59 to site; 
Dressers. SW to site; Bedroom 
Suites, complete. SHe to S1U; 
Bedside Tables, sze.es to sse. 
exi 2 ' Rum, s»e and sue; Co«ee 
Tables, ita.es to SI4B; Vacuum 
Ctoahors- >}*■» to ses. Charmx 
or Master Charge. 

Pandora Furniture 

1050 PANDORA 383-6319 

TWO DOUBLE BEDS. COM- 
plete Antique Maytag wringer 
washer; 20" B & w console TV 
National GeooraohlTie'6-ti 
date; medium metal dog carrier; 
B7l8?,. household articles and 
small aocllences 382 95M 

BAKERS EQUIPMENT 
Foster Ireejer, retarder, t<0 
quart Hobart mixer, 160106f elec¬ 
tric revolving oven, donut fryer, 
e j£- c «n be se«n In excellent 
workJr^ condition until August 11. 

HO SCALE TRAIN EQUIP- 
ment, $100. TRC 124 realistic CB, 
with preamp mike, $60. 5 string 
bento and case, $60. Akal 7090 
Pht ~ ^ 

MW k« n prasing 
1^. equipment 

For 

Lawnmowers 

TOROLAWNBOY 

934 Goldstream Ave. 47*9313 

KENMORE FRIOGE, >7.5 

Mi 

years old, excellent condition. 
Purchased new colors tor new 
home. $775.479-8735 

AIR SHOCKS. HIJACKER, $30; 
imitation Z brick Vi price; staple 
oun $12; plaster mixer $300; 30" 
stove. A-! $75; floater jacket, new 
condition, small, $30; chrome 
clothes stand $15.595-1117. 



CARPETING 18'X30' BUR- 
nished Gold, 2 pieces, good condi¬ 
tion. Ideal for rec or family room. 
Hallway and stairway free. Good¬ 
rich Lifesaver radial tire, 
ER70x!4 new, 14" rim. 3844683 

WE TAKE TRADES 

1810STORE 385-8781 

LOVE SOFA. TEAK DINING 
set, 4-chalrs. Swivel chairs. End 
and coffee tables. Stereo stand. 
Triple dresser. Radio cassette 

GOOD SUPPLY OF THERMO 
glass units (a sample) 45X46, $22, 
lots more. 3/16 tempered glass, 
sizes 28X76, 34X68 70 and 78, 
33X74«'i, 46X68, 70 and 78, $15 
each. Can deliver. Amber colored 
glass 60« per square foot, 24 oz. 
754. 32 oz. $1.25, 3/15 $1.50, % 
plate $1.75, 3/16 bronze tinted $2, 
16" off cuts greenhouse glass 204 
sq foot. 20" or ? circles, 3/16 
smoked tint $8.656-6656 

QUALITY APARTMENT CON- 
tents. Small solid teak coffee 
table, teak single pedestal desk, 2 
danlsh lamps, fender guitar. 2 
sound proofing boards. Books, 
dishes, miscellaneous. 38*8290 

TWIN SIZE BED, BOX SPRING 
and mattress, wooden head and 

HTON’S 

WAREHOUSE 

STORE 

749 View St. 

dltloner, 8000 BTU, new condi¬ 
tion. 383-0589. 

30" BRONZETONE RANGE 
$225; Bavcrest spin dry washer 
$149; green loveseat $215 Mel s 
Bargains, 3460 Quadra- 384-3152. 
Chargex and Mastercharge 
available 

MOVING SALE. STEREO, 
maple table and chairs, fridge, 
wringer washer, bookcase, car¬ 
pets. drawers, hairdryer, lady's 
suede coat, pressback chair, mis¬ 
cellaneous. 592-6202. 

NEW ALUMINUM FOLDING 
bed, 39" wide, $75. New set of 
dishes, Mikasa. silver edging, set 
of 16, with all large pieces, $450. 4 
sizes, set of 16, drinking glasses, 
liquor, wine, champagne, soda, 
silver edging, new, $25(7 383-9307 

6'' ROCKWELL JOINTER, 
large Craftsman shop Vac, re¬ 
built 40 horsepower Johnson, 72 
Olds Delta 88 $300, old tapere- 
corder, recordplaver, baby walk¬ 
er. 478-7296. 

BEAUTIFUL TABLE, 4 CHAIRS, 
$70 2 pc chesterfield. $70. Double 
bed. $40. Single bed, $20. Wood 
coal stove, like new, $45. Sun¬ 
beam vacuum, $20. 2 portable 
TV's, $5 each. Many other house¬ 
hold Items. All In good condition. 
382-7819. 

COLONIAL CHESTERFIELD 
and chair, slip covered. $125. 
Oval braided rug, $25. Antique 
Quebec spinning wheel, $150. 
595-2167 

65 CJ5 JEEP, 4 MAN TENT, 
camping equipment, tow bar plus 
lights, 35 mm camera equipment, 
big prolector screen, color TV, 
ping-pong table and Parker 
games, 9x12 green carpet, busi¬ 
ness painting equipment. 32x107 
lot, offers After 6,382 5334 

USED 100 AMP AND 200 AMP 
Electrical breaker panel board, 
approved. Will sell as Is or will 
Install «t reasonable, rates. 
478 4032. if no answer 385-5335 

21 CU. FT. FREEZER. 2 TWIN 
size box spring and mattress, 
electric artificial fireplace logs, 
vintage steamer trunk, small 
chlldsoroan. 384-6711 

MOVING MUST SELL: PAINT- 
ed pink bedroom furniture, spin¬ 
dle bed, new mattress, $225. 
Dresslno table, glass top, $95. 2 
chests of drawers, $65 each. 2 
night tables, $30 each. Pedestal 
Victorian Round marble top 
table. $85 384-6416. 

RUG, PALE GREEN, ^XW^", 
never used, $135. Duncan Phyfe 
mahogany drop-leaf table, $150, 

^M,STVi°S>st‘ a ^ cl0,hM 

KITCHENAID DISHWASHER, 
good condition, $175, electric golf 
cart, real baroaln only $250; table 
lamps, $20; British India Carpet, 
7'9" X V X9', new condition, sffib; 
Kirbv vacuum cleaner and sham¬ 
pooer almost new, $200 cost al¬ 
most $600. Call 658-5685. 

DEMOLITION SALE. 3569 HEN- 
derson Rd Cadar decking, lami¬ 
nated beams, bathroom fixtures, 
doors, etc 8 am-6 pm, excluding 
Sundays or phone 5954)455. 

DRAPES, LINED. ELEGANT 
mediterranean motif, reds, gold, 
orange, 17x84, matching 10x84, 
$325.^Evenings and weekends. 

LUND 16' ALUMINUM 
freighter canoe, $450. 360 Yam 
Enduro trallbike, $225. 17' Manta 
hanglider, takedown model, 
offers. 68 Beaumont station 
waoon, $700. 64 Volvo, $300. 3 
dressers and couch. 592-3356, or 
595-0736 

MOFFAT, CORNINGWARE 
counter top stove, $125. Toro 18" 
reel mower, $50 3 hp OMC out¬ 
board, $100. B and O heavy duty 
edoer trimmer, $20. 642-4633 

MISCELLANEOUS MECHANIC 
and power tools, half price. 
Naughvde reclinder chair, like 
new. Expensive short and long 
dresses, pant suits and blouses, 
less than half price. Some never 
worn, sizes 8-10. Will fit someone 
that is 5'2", weight 110. 47*0055 

GIANT HIGHWAY SALE, 
clean single beds, complete, $50; 
double, $75, washer and drver, 
chesterfield suite, hide-a-bed, 
479-3231. 

SINGER MACHINE, 1 YEAR 
old, Telstar game. Colonial 
hooked rug, handmade needle¬ 
point rugs. Miscellaneous. 1685 
Yale 

LARGE COLONIAL SWIVEL 
rocker $175; oak library table 
$150; 5 pc arborlte dinette $95; 
arborlte coffee table and match¬ 
ing step table $33. Mai's Bar¬ 
gains, 3460 Quadra, 384-3152. 
Charaex and Mastarcharge 
available. 

MARBLE ARBORITE KITCHEN 
table and chairs. $75, girls van¬ 
ity dresser, $15; unpalrited book- 

SIX DRAWER MAPLE DRESS- 
er, matching framed mirror and 
night table, $250. Aluminum 
camp cook sat, $8. Fireplace 
wood holder, $15. Ivory end gold 
ornate framed mirror, $50. Sun- 
lounge, $10. Green padded toilet 
seat, $20. 382-9884 

SPECIALTY CARPET, MEDIT- 
terranean blue preen, hooked, 
fringed. 9x12, $600. Also one or¬ 
ange 9x12, $100. CB radio. 
479-6662,474-1096. 

SINGLE BED, VANITY, CHEST 
drawers, frmzar. pole lamp, pole 
towel rack, prolector and screen, 
[lying room drapes, mats, elec¬ 
tric soldering Iron, 477-4118. 

ADDRESS-O-GRAPH, MULTI- 
oraph model 1955G, Graphotvpe- 

keyboard model 6381. Cabinets 
for above complete with frames. 
1-70 drawer, 2-18; 3-12 and 5-6. 
Price for lot $250. O.Brown, 
598-3311, between 8:30-4:30 week¬ 
days. 

WELL MADE RED CEOAR 
planters, suitable for bulbs 
Strong, thick sides and bottoms to 
hold moisture. $4, $5.50, and $7. 
642-3498. 

WE ARE EXPECTING A 
large shipment next week and 
must make room. Super savings 
throughout the store, even a 
piano at $195. Open ell weekend 
and Monday, only 15 min. from 
town, 10 from Woolco. Pete's 
Place, 786 Goldstream. 478-6000. 

13CUBIC FOOT FRIOGE, MINT 
condition $250. Cvlco Massage 
Machine $100. Two-50' heavy duty 
extensions. Shopping buggy. 

CASH DISCOUNT PRICES ON: 
Maytag Washers, Dryers and 
Dishwashers. You can afford a 
Dependable Maytag from Butler 
Brothers, 1724 Douglas, 383-6911. 

BLUE INDIAN HALL RUG, 

5 X7%', small kitchen table with 

2 drop leaves; coffee table 
5'X16"; step table, solid wood; 
chrvstel chandelier; 3 table 
lamps. All items as new and sell¬ 
ing for V 2 price. 386-3380. 

10—GALLON FISH TANK WITH 
accessories, $40. Double bed, $25. 
9'x5' blue oval rug, $10. Day bed, 
525. 5 ciOlc foot freezer, $170. 
478-8019. 

HOOVER APARTMENT WASH- 
er, dryer, 2 pieces $150 Roll- 
away bed, mattress $65 Lazy Bov 
chair, divan $50. Sunbeam 
mower, cord $60 Royal Floor Po¬ 
lisher $35. 2 chests of drawers $20 
each. 382 3883. 

LIKE NEW 

Craftsman 10" radial arm saw, 
complete with cabinet stand, full 
accessories, offers on $550. Free 
delivery. 642-5723. 

DIAMOND RING, RECENTLY 
purchased In England, with 3 
small diamonds, never been 

IS r , n ,so A «Siffi , am i ." 

USED APPLIANCES, 
fridges, stoves, washers, dryers. 
Hoovers, wringer washers, deep 
freezes, 30 day warranty. Bill's 
Baroaln Barn, Cralgflower and 
Tllllcum. 384-5235 Tuesdav-Sun- 
dav 

IS CU FT GE FRIDGE, 3-4 
years old. Ilka new, asking $300 
22 cu ft chest freezer, $275. 
Queenslze quilted bedspread, al¬ 
most new, $35 477-5022. 

SHAG RUG, OFF WHITE, 
S’^xll', $60; lute carpet, blue on 
Mght green, r/i'xT, $H); metal 
leaf rack. $5; cultivator, $6, lawn 
sprinkler, $8; Craftsman lawn 
mower and grass catcher, $40; 
axe, $8. 382-0346. 

SINGLE BED. COMPLETE 
outfit, new condition, $100. Coffee 
and step end table $25. 2 single 
eiejtrlc blankets $10 each. 

RUSSELL PRINT 24X40, $100. 
Colonial framed print 24x36. $25. 
Twin box spring and mattress 
(with legs) $25. 4 kitchen chrome 
chairs $10. Cheque maker $200 
Quilted cotton twin bedspread $5. 
Polaroid Zip camera $5.479-1206 

TOLEDO SCALE, NO SPRINGS, 
0-100 pound, 18" dial. 250 oallon 
oil drum. 45 gallon drum and 
stend. 3 air blowers, approxi¬ 
mate! y 5000 efrn. 479-8448 

50 YDS OF PALE BEIGE SAX- 
onv carpet, lust cleaned, apart¬ 
ment vacant. 6 months old, firm 
Pflca $350. Phone between 
10:30-12noon Sunday, 382-9710. 

.303 LEE ENFIELD. EXTRAS, 
$60. Rem ml not on electric razor, 
quality. $20. Older cedar chest, 
$125. Child'.s potty chair, $5. 
Sturdy push lawnmower, $25. 
Drapes, assorted, cheap. 
383-4971 

SPEED QUEEN WASHER, 
green drapes, grey broadloom, 
queen bed frame. 479-1719 eve¬ 
nings. 


SATURDAY, AUGUST I, 1979 


100 MISCfLUNEOUS 

FOR SJUi 

CHAINSAWS 

Alt Becker and Soft Ltd. 

2981 Tllllcum 384-6414 

SHELVING 

Matthews Agencies 

922 Meares 388-4123 

GROWER'S SELECT TROPI 
cal Plant Mart. Quality plants 
Low prices. Wholesale, retail. 414 
Cralgflower Rd. 381-5522 

NEED A TELEPHONE AN- 
swerlrvg machine. Call Intercon¬ 
nect 384-0511. Sales, Service, 
Rentals. 

BURL CLOCKS, BEAUTIFULLY 
handcrafted. Wedding, annlver 
sary gifts, reasonable. 592-6015. 

HAVE. PURCHASED SEARS 
Kenmore washer, selling l year 
old Kenmore wringer washer, as 
new, $225or offers 595 2158. 

30" MCLARY RANGE. VERY 
good condition, avocado. Viking 

?» e f.£r w * sher ' wh,,e 

ANTIQUE MCCLARY KOOTEN- 
av wood burning stove, nickel and 
white porcelain trim. Mint condi¬ 
tion. $1200.112-390-4417 

STOVE, 5 YEARS OLD. ASKING 
$100; refrloerator, asking $25, 
good wrlnoer washer, offers. 
595-2924. 

TWO GRAVES AT HATLEY ME- 
morlal Gardens, numbers 1 and?, 

ts?iS 3 jSSa’ DG * , *" o,D ^ 

VIKING FROST FREE 
fridge, GE black and white TV, 
aluminum frame patio door, 
656-3294 

VICTORIAN CHAIR, ELECTRIC 
flrepl6ce, clothing, lewelrv, fur¬ 
niture etc. 320 Beach Dr. 595-7478 

AVOCADO GREEN STOVE, $60. 
Double bed $50. Child's car seat 
$12. Collapsible playpen $12. 
383-8255 

FOURTEEN COUTTS CARD 
fixtures; one SVolass showcase 
with sliding doers and under¬ 
storage. 388-645). 

6" ".CRAFTSMAN ", JOINTER- 
olaner with */j hp motor and 
metal stand. New condition. 528 
Hillside Ave, $450 

TOYS, TYPEWRITER, HEAVY 
desk, 2 old cabinet stereos, mlsc. 
Evenings from 4-Bom 595-8429. 

MCLARY DEEP FREEZE, 60 
cu. ft. $200, Bernina sewing ma¬ 
chine, table, chair, accessories, 
$450,477-2581. 

AQUARIUM COMPLETE WITH 
fish $25, water cooled fan $25, 
mlni^blke $220, downrigger $20. 

1 BOX OF BOOKS, AVON 
bottles, transistor radios, country 
and Western records, hundreds of 
used old stamps. 598-4872 

CHILDREN'S TOYS; BROWNIE 
outllt, complete, $ 10 ; small lady's 
*speed bike; girl s fur-trimmed 
coat, size 14 386-7564. 

7X12 BROWN AND GOLD CAR- 
pet, as new, sep; 11'Vx2'8" hall¬ 
way runner, gold and green, good 
condition, $20. Phone 595-4992 

HAVE PURCHASED SEARS 
Kenmore fridge, selling 15 cu. ft. 
Mclary fridge, 5 vrs. old. 
383-3217. 

IONA FOOD PROCESSOR, $75. 
Lady's Sunbeam portable hooded 
hair dryer, $10. GE electric knife, 
$15 384-2963. 

STIHL 045 SUPER AV CHAIN- 
saw, 33" bar, only used 2 weeks. 
Immaculate. $450 or best offer. 
47*1193. 

BEAUTY SALON EQUIPMENT 
for sale, 5 chairs and stations plus 

1 sink all for $800. Phone 3867205 
after 6 pm. 

MATTRESSES AND BOX 
springs, clean. Double $50. sinole 
$35^wr set. Steptoe 8. Son: 

SINGLE CYLINDER NOVA EN- 
gine, very old. Complete and re- 
storable $300 or offer. 47*0547 
Leave message 

B8iO W DRILL $15, SMALL 
fridge style icebox $20, %" olass 
$1 a ft. electric heater $10. 
386-9332. 

INCINERATOR BARRELS $6 50 
delivered; screens, covers extra. 
Old barrels removed, extra. 
479-4067 after 6, or before 8 

ELECTROLUX VACUUM 
cleaner, all attachments, excel¬ 
lent condition. $125 or best offer. 
47*6016 

SMALL FRIDGE, GOOD WORK- 
Ing order, also 7 pee table and 
chair set, $125. Hoover wash¬ 
er/spin dryer, $100. 386-9814. 

FRIDGE, IV* YEARS NEW, 
Coppertone, 13.5 cu ft. seperate 
freezer compartment. $375 or 
best offer. 479-0686 

GOOD BUY. 22 CU.FT. FREEZ 
er, $275, Chesterfield and chair; 
brocade chair; stable lamps 
478-5191. ^ 

WRITING DESK, 3 DRAWERS 
either side, l middle. Power saw, 
antique mangel circa 1900 Many 
other useful Items. 595-5953, 1337 
Gladstone. 

SKATEBOARD RAMP, EXCEL 
lent condition, $35; skafehoard. 
excellent condition, $100. Phone 
382-7396 

RUGS, 9' X 12' MUSTARD CO- 
lour raised pattern, 14' X 17' re¬ 
ddish tweed medium shag, both 
with underfelts Phone 592-1450. 

LOVESEAT, CHESTERFIELD 
and chair In good condition, 2 
Jacobaen oak Captains chairs. 
642-5991 

WHIRLPOOL PORTABLE 
drver, as new, $150. GSW port¬ 
able washer spin drver, $75. 
382-8816. 

30" STOVE, EXCELLENT CON- 
dition, $125. bed, box spring 

and mattress, $50. IBM electric 
typewriter, $125. 477-2815 

WATERBEDS 

Davor night, 47*7345 

EUROPEAN HEALTH SPA 
Membership, 5 vears. Best offer. 
Call 38*6246; nights: 47*1850. 

ONE GREEN TOILET ANDONE 
green marble sink and counter. 
$75 each. 477-5904. 

KNITTERSI WEAVERS! 
Handspun wool, ideal for Indian 
sweaters 383-9045,383-6371. 

MA3NOVOX SOLID STATE 20” 
color TV, $300. Students desk $65. 
65*5826. 

BAYCREST VACUUM CLEAN- 
er with power rug attachment, 
$135. Must be seen. 384-6647 

SEALY POSTUREPEOIC MAT 
tress, good condition, cartop car¬ 
rier and box, 477-2147. 

KENMORE MICROWAVE 
oven, little used, was $600, sell for 
$400.47*1346. 

18X4 ABOVE GROUND SWIM- 
mlng pool plus ^hp filter, (new). 
$500 or best offer. 47*7561 

MODERN RETAIL DISPLAY 
counter, offers. 477-6161 evenings 

100 AMP 24 CIRCUIT PANEL, 
100 amp meter base, other used 
electrical Items. 385-5958. 

BULLOCK OIL FIRED WARM 
air furnace, complete. Wanted 
plate glass 4'x8',5'xl0'. 477-1485. 

METAL AWNINGS, 13'8"X42" 
and 5'5"x42”, $75. Before 6 pm: 
477-0251. 

1.10 CT DIAMOND, Ap¬ 
praised value $6320. Will sell for 
$3500 206-823-2773. 

5-PIECE WOODEN DINETTE 
set; 21 cy.ft. freezer, good run 
ning condition. 47*2824. 

POOL TABLE, 4X8, ALL Ac¬ 
cessories, $250. Firescreen, $10. 
477-7527 

9X7 DELUXE BERRY GARAGE 
door, never used. 12" black and 
white portable TV, 383-6627 

HOOVER WASHER SPIN 
dryer, excellent condition. $115. 
384-0872. 

BEAUTYREST TWIN MAT- 
^ e .'«^ condmon 135 

HOMKO 18" REEL MOWER, 
good condition, $125 firm. 
592-1978. 


100 MISCELLANEOUS 
F0KSAU 


FRIDGES - Used 


_ . VACUUMS 


'PAIR OAYTON WORK BOOTS, 


OUTDOOR INCINERATOR 
us., mt 


45-GALLON OAK WHISKEY 
oood condition. $17.50 

383-1328 


USED MICROWAVE OVENS. 
"« r dly been used. Make an otter. 
381-5622. Homark Sales Ltd. 


POOL TABLES 
'l 500 ' 4x8 slate tables from 
$900. Phone 753-6222. 


STEEL FILING CABINET, 5'X3' 
table ' 0,,,ce 


NEW. GESTETNER LETTER 
maker, $700 Gestesax, $900. Du- 


FURNITURE, CARPETS, Ap¬ 
pliances, lovebirds, camping 
equipment and more. 385-9630. 


CEDAR PICNIC TABLE, UM- 
breiia with stand, like new. 
383 5633. 


HANDMADE SPINNING 
w henever been used, $100. 


GAS LAWN MOWER WITH BAG. 
Also crib mattress. 477-4609. 


BARBECUE WITH FULL 
hood, rotlsserle and motor, $60. 9 
X 12 tan rug, $2S. Phone 598-1340. 


DRUM CARDER, $85. BOBBIN 
Winder, $25. Phone4774550. 


WOOL BLANKETS, WEIDER 
exercise board, picture frames, 


ELECTRO LUX VACUUM 
cleaner $30.00. Wanted traverse 
curtain rods. 595-4799. 


ART SUPPLIES, LARGE QUAN- 
tltv, as new, best offer, *3-1409 
Camosun St. 4-7 pm. 


HOOVER WASHER; HOOVER 
vacuum; RCA console TV; two 
pictures 34X24.65*5154. 


TWO 39" CONTINENTAL BEDS, 
new condition. Tergal shear cur- 
talns, assorted sizes. 65*4750. 


MCCLARY EASY WASHER 
>er, $100 for both. 59*32)9. 


3 BEDROOM COTTAGE FOR 
demolition or removal, also mlsc. 
furniture. After 6 pm. 474-1415. 


10-SPEED BIKE, $40. VIKING 
JrldgejttS. 5-piece drum set, $75. 


2 LARGE PANES OF GLASS 
3%'x4', 3 doors, 3 windows, sink 
and toilet. 3864)356. 


WHITE FRENCH PROVINCIAL 

;^ l tt£PSU!%tW an 


DISHWASHER PORTABLE, 
good working condition, 6 veers 
~ 477-2043 


LAWN MOWER, 19” TORO. GAS 
47? 5531 000(1 rUOnin ° order - ,7 °- 


METAL STORAGE SHED 7X8 
2 yrs. old $75, meat si leer as new 
$20. oil paintings. 477-3405. 


FREE LARGE CUT ROCKS FOR 

rock oarden, tor.* 

Penzance. 


r the taking. 2020 


VIKING 30" ELECTRIC 
range, excellent condition. $200. 
Phone 592-6917. 


100 CLASSICAL RECORDS, 
near new, 33’ a LP, very reason- 
able. 592-0056. 


8 DRAWER DOUBLE DRESS- 
er, unfinished. Very reasonable. 
Ready to paint. 592-0056. 


SHEDS, BARNS, GARAGES, 
pre-tabor erected 479-8056 


ADMIRAL'S PORTABLE OISH- 
washer, wood top, 3 years old, 
$200 652 9383. 


TABLE SAW FOR SALE, GOOD 
condition, % horsepower motor. 
$80 592-3432. 


MAPLE CAPTAIN'S BED. GET- 
‘ * excellent corv- 


OVERSTAFFED COUCH AND 


FOR SALE; TACK SKATES. 

am & Wanted: Pressure canner 


CANOE $100. WASHERS: 
Hoover $75, Sanyo $25. wringer 


OIL STOVE, $50. COLOUR 21" 
TV, $200. English saddle, $40. 

382-4127 


NEW SMOOTH 16"X12" CON- 
crete slabs. 85< delivered. 
592 7068. 


ELECTROLUX VACUUM ANO 
shampooer for sale. Very reason- 
able. 479-8139 


UTILITY TRAILER, WITH 
shocks and springs Good coodl- 
tlon. $125. 47M109 


CRIB. OFFICE DESK AND 
chair, bedroom furniture. Heat- 
ilator fireplace. 384-2532. 


CUSTOM BUILT TRAILERS 
Utility, boat, car haul. 384-6422, 
388 6275 pager 877 anytime. 


MISCELLANEOUS HOUSE- 

....- J jfo * 


NEW FRIDGE AND STOVE 
Buvrlght Homes, 474-2154 


KENMORE DISHWASHER. 
Phone 595-1730 after 6 pm. 


POTTER'S KICK WHEEL, $150 
or otters. 477-1980. 


APARTMENT WASHER AND 
dryer, fully automatic 474-2518. 


24 SQUARE YARDS RED SHAG 
carpet $120. 388-9275 


BRITISH INDIA AUBUSSON 
9x12 rug. 479-0719 evenings. 


GE AUTOMATIC WASHER. 
$125. Phone S92-1952. 


8 MONTH OLD. 




AUTOMATIC WASHER, OLD 
but pood, $30 479-2627. 


LIFE-TIME SPA MEMBER- 
ship, $500. 479-1237 or 382-6401. 


RETAIL STORE FIXTURES 
for sale, olass counters, cash reg¬ 
isters, clothes racks, etc. inquire, 
3854)510 


VIKING SEWING MACHINE 
with 3 drawer cabinet, 6S8-S346. 


BEAUTY SALON DRYERS AND 
chairs, etc for sale. 479-9244, 


SHUFFLE BOARD, 94"X23W'; 
two wall heaters, 62". 313-1462. 


CLEAN USED BRICK, 3S< 
each, delivered, 642-3230. 


average, never 


EDO, SIZ 
wor in592-23 


NINE BAGS MANURE OR SOIL, 
$10. Sand. $9 delivered. 592-7068. 


23 CUBIC FOOT CHEST FREEZ- 
er, $125.658-5959. 


Ill CHILDREN'S 
MISCELLANEOUS 


ROUND-A-BOUT 

Children's Clothes 

Taking school uniforms and 
dance shoes. 1005 View, Tues-Sat, 


10-5 p.m. 385-6552 


BABY'S CRIB, GOOD CONDI- 
tion, $40. Hloh chair, excellent 
condition, $30. Older style car- 
seat, $10.592-2395 


WANTED: PIGGY BACK 
stroller. For sale: handmade ma- 
hogany cradle, $125.3864)639. 


i^ c bX c b^ R W5 ER ' CEN - 

sery lamp, 478-TO68. 


TWO 16" TRIKES, GREEN, EX- 
cel lent condition. Phone 384-3481. 


1*3 


MISCELLANEOUS 

WANTED 


WANTEDOTTOMAN. NOT 


103 


MISCELLANEOUS 

WANTED 


THE SALVATION 
army needs vour re-us- 
able clothing, furniture 
and household goods. 
“Help us to help others." 
Family Thrift Stores. 
Victoria, Sidney and 
Langford. For pickup — 
386-3295. 


IS 


EVERYTUESDAY 


FOR PROBATE INSURANCE 
ANDSALE PURPOSES 

386-3308 

LUNDS 

THE AUCTIONEERS AND 
APPRAISERS FOR VICTORIA 
AND VANCOUVER ISLAND 


Private collEKt^Mvlft mini¬ 
mum 4 times face value on pre-67 
Canadian silver coins. TVt times 
on 67 68 .coins. Also went all US 

time premium. I will call and pay 
cash Phone 386-3469 anytime 


CASH 

Vlntige clothing, fur, to 1050, 
Litton, costume lowetry, china, 
glass, collectibles. Smell unique 

gr r afs n 'A a c U, i, , , U 0 r 5 n "^s,?, r ^ 


IN FERNDALE/VANTREIGHT 
area of Gordon Head. drv. secure 
storage tor my snorts car, com- 

menclno mid-September to early 

Sortoo. JJh>°. Occasional access 
only. Willing to pay reasonable 
rent, end any additional Insur- 
anca vou may require. 477-aoto 


NEED ANTIQUES ANO COL- 
toctlbtov wood furniture, crocks, 
old wood tools. Poulton fleurlnes 
and lugs etc Old trunks, Indian 
baskets, oil tamos, old tins, china, 
plus any Interesting collectible. 

bv repot,b,e 


CASH FOR SCRAP 
hyv re-cycldbte scrip metil, 
industrial and domestic. 
CLEANSTEELPRODUCTS 
LTD. 

343 Tvae Road, 384-4161. 


and Prints^* our upcoming auc¬ 
tion In late .August. IT you have 
Items vou wish to Include In these 
auctions please contact Lunds 


CASH 


Used colour TV s needed desper 
atelv for resale - We buy for 
cash. Call 381-5622 for estimate. 
Homark Sales Ltd. 


PUBLIC AUCTION 

Happy Valiev Centre. Saturday 
Aug 11, 1 pm. Taking consign- 
ments now. 478-6293 See our ad 
under coming events 


RANGES LESS THAN 12 YEARS 
old, Kenmore, Inglls, Whirlpool, 
Speed Queen, Simplicity wash¬ 
ers, almost any make dryer, 
working or not, 478-6000,478-5449. 


BEER BOTTLES 

and cans 604 doz Old car bat¬ 
teries, radiators, copper, brass, 
lead etc. 526 Davld, 3830328,8-4 


GUNSWANTED 

Rifles, Pistols, Shotguns, 
international Knives Ltd. 


574 YATES 


383-2422 


WANTED: SMALL LIGHT CUL- 
tlvator. Electric or manual Smith 
Corona portable typewriter. Must 
be reasonable, pensioner. 

595 3574, 


WANTED TWO ADULT FOAM 
filled life jackets, two children's 
foamed filled, 8-10 vears, life Tic¬ 
kets and one set of 8' oars and 
locks. 479-3086. 


1W* AND 2" PIPE FITTINGS; 
large hot water unit heater; parts 
for Fordsorv-super malor tractor; 
used concrete blocks. 479-6208, let 
phonering! 


DIAMONDSWANTED 
Cash for vour diamonds and rings 
In any condition. Universal Trad- 
inq, 584 Johnson, 383-9512. 


WANTED: APPLIANCES, FUR- 
nlture and miscellaneous items. 
Wayne's Waoon Wheel Store, 
652 3321 


URGENTLY REQUIRED 
Refrigerators, freezers, auto¬ 
matic washers, dryers. Phoenix 
Appliances: 38+4)423. 


OAK DESK, DRAWERS ON 
either side and one In middle, and 
chair 20-25 years old. Also filing 
cabinet. 478-1 US after 5 pm. 


SELL OLD BOOKS TO THE 
HAUNTEDBOOKSHOP 
382-1427 


FRIOGES, SQUARE COR- 
nered, working or not, 478-6000, 
478-5449. 


WANTED: RAOIAL ARM SAW 
without motor, Box 83, Youbou 
B.C, V0R3E0. 


WANTED: 3 OR 4 MAN TENT. 
Eovptian cotton or lightweight 
canvas. 658-8993 


WANTED: ROUND TEAK DIN- 
Ing tabic, 4 chairs In good condi¬ 
tion, 658-5827. 


WANTED: DESK, LARGE, 
good^quallty, factory made. 


UTILITY TRAILER OR BOAT 
trailer 479-3231 


GIBSON TRACTOR, RUNNING 
or otherwise or parts. Reason 
able. 479-1185,386-9957. 


MATERNITY CLOTHES. SIZE 
10, Including nurse's uniforms. 
598 7060. 


WE BUY FURNITURE AND Ap¬ 
pliances. Phoenix Appliances: 
3844)423, mornings best. 


MODERN VINYL SHIRLEY 

jaMaftap 1 " Bttwtv<to " 8 


TWIN STROLLER, IN GOOD 
condition. 477-6911 local 4859, 
business hours. _» 


WANTED-CROWSNEST: RCN 
journal, 1948-1965, all numbers. 
386-2353 after 6 pm. 


WANTED: PORTABLE CE- 
ment mixer, table saw and mlsc 
hand tools. 479-8323. 


WANTED. ONE COMPLETE 
set of mens right hand golf clubs, 
bap and cart, 592-9109. 


WANTED: AUTOMATIC WASH- 

5»'"dd^'“^> 


FRIDGES AND FREEZERS 
bought 383-7213. All Tamp, 


TOP PRICES FOR OLD POST- 
cards. 595-7567 or 383-8311. • 


WANTED: TENT. SLEEPS 4-6. 
658-5726. 




KILNWANTEO 
and old keys. 477-1622 


WANTED CHILDREN'S BACK- 
vardgym (trapeze) set. 479-5291. 


WINDOW BLIND 5' WIDE OR 
wider, 598-6978. 


105 MIME SALES 


PUBLIC AUCTION 

Happy Valiev Centre, Saturday 
Aug 11, 1 pm. Taking consign¬ 
ments now. 478-6293. See our ad 
under coming events. 


TWO FAMILY. WORKING 
fridge, $10. Chairs, lots of small 
and large miscellaneous Items. 
Some oood used clothing. Etc. 

Saturday Aur ‘ ' *- 

Avebury Ave. 


105 fi/UMI SOUS 

GARAGE SALE SIGNS 
Free use of a garage slon from A. 

J. "Sandy" Crawford of Real- 
span Properties. Phone the office 
8nd arrange to borrow your sign. 
58qdv will pick It up later No 
obligation. Just another Realspan 
Service 

REALSPAN PROPERTIES 
^ LTD., 38*6454 

RES; 477-1561 

GARAGE SALE 

Saturday. Aug. a, I lam-tom, tea- 
Jurlng household furnishings, 
tables, lamps, ate. Child's 
sprlnohorse, man's skis and 
boots, greenhouse heater lawn 
edoer, records, china and more. 
Cedboro Bav area, oft Arbtrtus 
onto Sherwood to 2426 MacDonald 

^ SUMMER SUNDAY SALE 
Chain saw. Oriental wooden 
blinds, mlsc. curtains, paints, 
stains, floor tile, carpeting (lots 
of it), mlsc. clothing. Come and 
explore. 10am-5pm, Sunday. 1927 
St. Ann St. For Info, call 592-2358. 

YARD SALE. FRIDGE SIOO. 

i!Wi%iRsa;ir'&& 

ual typewriters $50, mlsc. books. 
University texts, magazines and 
mlsc household poods. 512 Ma¬ 
caulay St. Sat. August 4th. 9-5 
pm 

MASSIVE BASEMENT SALE 
Furniture, magazines, books, 
clothes, rubber dinghy, camping 
equipment, gifts, posters, Insula- 
tion, crafts, etc. August 3 and 4 
from 9 am-9 pm and August 5,2-5. 
2558Chelsea PI. (CadboroBay) 

NEIGHBORHOOD GARAGE 
Sale, 928 Terlane (off Jacklln), 
Sat. and Sun. August 4th and*Jth. 
9-4 pm. Tent trailer, golf clubs, 
swimming cool ladder, ruo 
shampooer, furniture and much 
more. 

GARAGE SALE. AUGUST, AND 
s to 401*5 pro. 1,31 Thurlowe 
JEMS- Brown strloed 2 piece sec 
!!S2SL ,,n Ji l reoOoer, round glass 
IfEP'l “T** '2 Panels of 

fibreglass basad drapas, pedestal 

horse electric motor, two « circuit 
Panel?, end breekers, mirrors, 
25X32",sheet olass, car root rack, 
2barrelcarb.manlfold. air clean¬ 
er, fits 72 Firebird 350. 

5 FAMILY GARAGE SALE 
Sunday August 5, some antiques, 
western saddles, oarden tools, 
clothes, colour TV, skates, pool 
table, etc. 12 noon-6 pm. 2076 Mil¬ 
ton. Oak Bav 

GARAGE SALE 

Fishing rods, 5 hp motor, 3-piece 
luopage set. trailer mattress, 
books, edger, coats, etc. Friday 
and Saturday, 1937 Taylor Street 

YARD SALE. SATURDAY 10-4, 
weather permitting, no pre-sale. 
Arm chairs, wooden chairs, hall 
table, fireplace screen, toys, 
clothes, kitchen Items, etc. 2636 
Lincoln. 

GARAGE SALE. FURNITURE, 
china, housewares, linen, dra¬ 
peries, clothing, toys, magazines, 
original art. Different Items from 
last waek. 350 Gorge West. Sat 
urdav, Sunday, 10-4. 

YARD SALE, FRIDGE $49 00, 
carpet $35.00, bed $32.00, oil fur¬ 
nace $395.00, oak flooring, doors, 
windows, granite rock bannister 
stair, carpet, chesterfield $25.00, 
miscellaneous. 1618 Richmond 

GARAGE SALE. 3303 HENDER 
son Rd. Sunday, 1-5. Monday, 
10-5 Combination screen doors, 
bifold doors, ouitar. small radios, 
aoate Iewelry, clothes, 10-12 and 
much more 

ATTENTION 

GIANT COMMUNITY GARAGE 
Sale. Sun. Aug 12, 10-3. Prospect 
Lake Hall. 5358 Spartan Rd 

BASEMENT SALE 

All must go. Low prices. Filing 
cabinets, Queen bed, dresser, 
tables, etc. 897 Jasmine. August 

4.479-3740 

ALL WEEK 4-11 AUGUST, 
10am-7pm. 2466 Mt. St. Michael. 
Moving. Furniture, appliances, 

men? 632^*109*°' camp,no WlP- 

GARAGE SALE SUNOAY 10 AM. 
til evening. Furniture, pictures, 
garden tools, new mink stole, 
childrens mlsc. etc. 2572 Prior St. 
Off Bay. 38*9677. 

OUTBOARD PROPS, 55-115 HP, 
boat or camper toilet, 6 man rub¬ 
ber raft, rototlller, miscellaneous 
household goods 3007 Admirals. 
9-5, Frl-Sun. 

FURNITURE, TRAIL BIKE, 
fridge, bathtub, kitten, and mis¬ 
cellaneous Items. Sat-Sun, 
l*6pm. 3844 Holland Ave. 

1NOOOR-OUTOOOR SALE. 
Electric heaters, rugs, pictures, 
lamps, dishes, old milk glass, 
porcelain. From 7 am to 2 pm, 
Saturday. 910 Fairfield Road 

GOOO QUALITY JUNQUE. 
Belleek china, seven piece dining 
room suite and much more. Au- 
gust 4th and 5th, 9-2 pm. 864 

SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE, 
young, old, antique, new Boat 
seat, records, cameras, clothing 
3067 Mllgrove. 

GIGANTIC GARAGE SALE. 
Moving, hundreds of Items. Bed, 
toys, ping pong table, etc, etc. 
Saturday 10-4 . 3750 Crestview. 
477-8446. 

MUSTANG CAR PARTS. 
Books. Miscellaneous. 1612 Ed- 
geware Rd. Saturday, Sunday, 10 
am. 

GARAGE SALE, 3082 AD- 
mlrals Road, Saturday and Sun¬ 
day. Captain's bed, bedroom 
suite with single bed, collect¬ 
ables, linens, aquarium, and mis¬ 
cellaneous furniture, and much 
more 

DRIVEWAY SALE. 2020 FERN- 
dale Road, on scenic route. Satur¬ 
day 9 am. Assortment of every¬ 
thing. 

GARAGE SALE, SATURDAY, 
Sunday, Monday. Starting 10am. 
Something for everyone. 837 Bav 

SAT AND SUN, 10 TILL 4, 
table and chairs, washer, TV, 
clothes, much more. 2663 Scott St. 
595-1235. 

FIRST EVER GARAGE SALE. 
Furniture, toys, etc. Tuesday Au¬ 
gust 7th, 6-9 pm., 617 Baker St., 
off Glanford Ave. 

THREE FAMILY SALE AT 1118 
Goldstream, 10-5 Saturday and 
Sunday. 

YARD SALE. AND CLOTHING, 
1236 Pandora, Saturdav-Sunday 
from 10am. 

GARAGE SALE, 2 SINGLE 
beds, chairs and other odds. 998 
Nicholson. Sunday August 5 

GARAGE SALE,SATURDAY 
10-5 and Sundav 12-5. 1916 Bel¬ 
mont. 

GARAGE SALE, FROM 10-4PM 
on Saturday and Sundav, 271 
Homer (off Tllllcum Rd.) 

PATIO SALE. DAILY 1*6, AUG. 
7-11. Large and small household 
items. *43-2780 Spencer Road. 

EVERYTHING FROM BED- 
room suite to kitchen Items. 1059 
Deal Phone: 592-9010 for Infor¬ 
mation. 

GARAGE SALE, MONDAY Au¬ 
gust 6th, 3973 A Cedar Hill X Rd. 
near McKenzie. 

LARGE GARAGE SALE. 1121 
Monro Sunday 11-4pm. 385-6545. 

GARAGE SALE. SATURDAY. 
Auoust 4th, 1*2, Gyro Park. 

i 

109 MISCUUNE0US 

TO RENT 

TYPEWRITERS 

Student rentals, manual $12 per 
month, electric, $30 per month. 
City Office Equipment, 386-8396. 

CAMOSUN FURNITURE 
RENTAL 

MONTH TO MONTH 

833 YATES ST. 383-3655 

MONTHLY CAR PARKING. $24, 
close In on View. 6S8-5978 eve¬ 
nings. 


112 


C-5 

WANTED TO HINT,. 
MISCELLANEOUS 


wo,k^ T 5 ^a R if E ^ ro , 1 

with usage of outside south wall 
tor solar systems testing In Vic¬ 
toria or surrounding area. Con- 
’Oct Dr Y Oven, lao, San Joan 
victoria, b.c. vbn 2L«. 
<77 7451 days, 721-3725 evenings. 


TORAGE SPACE WANTED 
or truck and fork lift, general 
area. 383-1601. 


115 SWAPS 


72 DODGE POLARA, TESTED, 
good tires. Swap for dump truck, 
or what have vou? 386-7977, 
642 4758 


/j-ACRE PLUS, NEAR Vic¬ 
toria, will accept late model car 
as trade—In, value $10,000. 
598-5701, 


8'V CAMPER. 14' WOODEN 
boat, pair of trailer wheels, 16 ' 
steel garage door Wanted Alu 
minium ^reen house and art weld- 


67 FIREBIRD LOADED FOR 
best boat, motor, trailer outfit, 
656-6806. 


115 COINS art STAMPS 


WANTED CANADIAN SILVER 
coins, 1966 and back Also, US 
siiv6c coins, 1964 and back, pay 
lno hionest prices. Also, buying 
1967-68 Silver coins. 478-8580. 


117 ANTIQUES m4 ARTS 


AUCTIONEERS 
Are holding a most im¬ 
portant auction of fine 
antiques and Canadian 
works of art. 

September 11,12,13 

Vancouver showroom 
Featuring oils by 
Kreighoff and A.Y. Jack- 
son, porcelain, French, 
Georgian and Victorian 
furniture. Sterling, 
brass, copper. Oriental 
carpets, iewelry and 
other title collectibles. 
Inquiries for consign¬ 
ments to this sale may be 
made to R. Hugh Lyle, 
(604)388-7871 or Norma 
L. Young, (604)685-7378. 

MAYNARDS 

824 Fort St. Victoria 

1233 W. Georgia, Vane. 


ANTIQUE 

AUCTION 

Tues., Aug. 14,7p.m. 

Call us now for a free appraisal of 
any Items vou wish Included In 
this auction. 

386-3308 

LUNDS 

THE AUCTIONEERS AND 
APPRAISERS FOR VICTORIA 
AND VANCOUVER ISLAND 


WE ARE f 
our c 

tion I*. wvurw v,. an 

tiques and collectibles in B.C. T< 
introduce you to our new Ifni 
their will be 20% oft list price al 
weekend incl. Monday August 6 
Books on model trains, guns 
dolls, Belleek, carnival glass 
furniture, etc. Virtually everi 
subject Imagineable Only l 
min from town. Pete s Place, 78. 
Goldstream. 478-6000. 


BEAUTIFUL OLD DOUBLE 
brass bed, $699 Oak roll top desk, 
$1195. Large golden oak Cana 
dlana sideboard, $599 English in 
laid burled walnut piano, $395 
Four Inlaid Art Nouveau oak 
chair $.$449 Good selection of oak 
tables, china, sifver and collect 
ibles Sidney Bargain House, 2372 
Beacon Ave 656-3621 Close to 
Vancouver and Anacortes ter 
rles. 


COLLECTOR'S ITEM 
Knabe Baltimore Piano 
Square concert grand 
Handcarved-solid. Rosewood 
Manufactured in 1865-88 kev 
board, excellent condition. Seri¬ 
ous otters only. Privately owned. 
To view Phone 642-5080 


KNECHTEL SATIN RIBBON 
Mahogany, solid wood 9 piece din¬ 
ing room suite, double pedestal 
table, 6 chairs, china cabinet and 
buffet, $1495. Antique pine cot- 
taoe table and 2 chairs $195. Good 
selection of oak tables and chairs, 
15 min, from town Pete's Place, 
786 Goldstream, 478-6000. 


Mathom Restoration 

and designs, old furniture, an¬ 
tique repairs and refinlshing. 
Stain glass repairs, leaded glass 
windows and french doors, 730 
Market St. next to Attica. Davs 
385-6331, evenings 652-4387 


WE ARE EXPECTING A 
large shipment next week and 
must make room. Super savings 
throughout the store, even a 
piano at $195. Open all weekend 
and Monday, only 15 min. from 
town, 10 from Woolco. Pete's 
Place, 786 Goldstream. 478-6000 


4 CHIPPENDALE CHAIRS, 
tilt-top table, Chippendale book 
case, picture frames, walnut 
shelf, small oriental table, mlr 
ror 656-5293. 


HIGHEST MARKET PRICES 
paid for Georgian furniture, 
clocks, oriental ruos, etc. David 
Robinson, 1019 Fort, 384-6425 


COCA-GLA AND ALL KINDS OF 
advertising collectibles wanted! 
Tom, Box 3176 Vancouver, 
V6B3X6 


ROYAL LACE, GREEN. 12 
tumblers, 4 iulce. cream and 
sugar, salt and pepper. $200 com¬ 
plete 384-5788 


THREE HANDSOME CARVED 
Baroque style hlghback arm¬ 
chairs, light gold upholstery. $67S 
each 383-278T 


CANAOIANA LIGH OAK KIT- 
chen cupboard. English oak 
trunk, original brass name plate 
384-2532 


FURNITURE REPAIRED AN 
tlques our specialty Phone 
478 2539 


WE BUY SMALL ANTIQUES 
including furniture 
Waller Antiques, 388-6116 


WE BUY FRENCH ANTIQUES, 
porcelain and furniture. Jadis 
Antiques. 384-4523 


ALL BRASS DOUBLE BED, EX 
cellent original condition. Best 
offer 656-6864 after 5pm. 


3 TURKISH KILIMS. HAND 
knotted rugs, 75-130 vears old, 
good condition. 477 4032 


PRIVATE COLLECTION OF AN 
tlques. Phone for information or 
viewing 385-6545. 


120 GARDEN SUPPLIES 


GAS POWERED WEED EATER, 
excellent condition. Asking $155. 
598-4764. 


FtrtiKztr 


SAANWOOD FARMS LTD 
Cow manure. 652-2026 or 652-1743. 
No Sunday calls please. 


GREENHOUSE FOR SALE, 
15'6" X 9' aluminum greenhouse. 
477-5361. 


Ritonthi 

Md Mtivithi 


DON'S TRACTOR SERVICE 

477-3913 • 

We rotovate, plow, cut grass and 
brush; also loading and hauling. 










































































































































































































































































































































































































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C-6 

120 6MDM SUPPLIES 
Plowing, Rotovating 
and CuHivtttag 


4 BROTHERS — ALL AREAS 
HandTIIIers, Tradors 
479-6112. 



TmIs and SupfHu 

KUBOTA 
TRACTORS 

NEW AND USED 

4 Wheel OfIve Diesel Tractors 
Rotovetors, Mowers, etc. 

4650 Trans-Canada Highway 
4 miles south of Duncan 
Open 6 da js — 8 to a 


ELECTRIC TWIN BLADE SUN- 
beam lawn mower, good condi¬ 
tion, S40. 771-3072 


Top Sol, Rocks and FI 


SCREENED 

TOPSOIL 

Only *5.70 per metric ton 
Plus Delivery 
Trio Ready Mix, 658-5235 


SCREENED TOP SOIL WITH 
manure and sand, $10 per yard, 
delivery extra. Sterilized potting 
soil by bao. E. Nixon Ltd. Office 
385 443fV Yard 478-0511; *" 

479 1937. 


Nights 


NO. 1 SCREENED TOPSOIL 
mixed with sand and manure, 14 
vrds. $125; 7 yrds. $70. Sell pickup 
load, 89 yard. 478-3322 


FREE FILL, DELIVERY 
charge only, topsoil, fill sand and 
blasted rock. 

658 5172,658-8921 


wi, nil »«r 

i.4» 


NO 1 PEAT SOIL OR MIXED 
peat and sand, 10-20 yards loads, 
S*$9 per yard delivered In Vlc- 


EEDFREE VIR 
k, shredded and usual excel- 
qualltv For fast dell 


Black,___ „___ r _ 

^a^Jjr fast *.lvrv. 


SAND. GRAVEL. DRAIN AND 
—"1 rock, 1 to 6 yard loads. 


aS*. r 


BY SACK WEED FREE GOOD 
black soli, 382 2843, 7 davs a 
week we deliver 


SCREENED TOPSOIL. ALL* 
i/pes of gravel. Also, No. 2 fill 
soil P. J. Trucking Ltd, 478-3322. 


FREE FILL. HAULING 
charge only. 478-3322 


TOPSOIL, 6 YARDS, S60. FREE 
Delivery. 478-8467. 


125 PETS a»d SUPPLIES 


VICTORIA CITY KENNEL 
CLUB, ALL BREEDS CHAM 
PIONSHIP SHOWS. AND OBE 
DIENCE TRIALS. AUGUST 10, 
11. 12 SAANICHTON FAIR 
GROUNDS, EAST SAANICH 
ROAD. VICTORIA. INFORMA- 
T ION 479-4002QR 479-1319 


PUREBRED BLUE ENGLISH 
Setter, free to good home with 
acreage or very large fenced 
yard. 2’^ years old. Male, very 
friendly with mild temperament. 
Unregistered. 384-6119 


PUREBRED ENGLISH SET- 
ter pups. Blue Belton, excellent 
bird dogs, great pets, $100. Leave 
name at 117 3350124 or write A. 
Mitchell, East Rd Denman Is- 
land, BC. 


IF WE CAN'T TRAIN YOUR 
dog, no one can. so If you want to 
have your dog trained and be 
proud of him phone Rav Boyle at 
the Bionic Dogs School Guaran- 
tced on paper. 385-8209. 


2 DELIGHTFUL LOVING 
purebred female kittens. 6 month 
old Burmese, 4 month old Sia¬ 
mese. Owner transferred out of 
town. Best offer accepted. 
478-1997 


JACK RUSSELL PUPPIES. 
English, excellent ratters. Par¬ 
ents temperamentally sound. 
Country homes preferred. $150. 


PUREBREO APRICOT TOY 
poodle, male, neutered, 16- 
months, flv kennel, etc. Health 
reasons. Good home a must. $125. 
■>98-2056- 


REGISTERED FEMALE DO- 
berman Pinscher puppy, bred 
from champion stock. Cropped, 
wormed and had shots Ready to 
oo this weekend. Phone 478-6450. 


REGRETFULLY MUST SELL, 2 
male purebred Apricot Toy Poo¬ 
dles, papers included. Older cou¬ 
ple preferred. (Dogs do love chll- 
dren) 384-5638 after 5pm 


TWO 4 YEAR OLD PUREBRED 
black labs, male and spayed fe- 
male with papers, need a good 
home with lots of room. Phone 
658-1184. 


ONE MALE FAWN COLORED 
reglsterd Great Dane, very affec¬ 
tionate Responsible Adult only. 
479-0552 


10 GALLON AQUARIUM, FIL- 
fur. heater and other accessories. 
Excellent condition. >40.477-4984. 


GERMAN SHORT-HAIR PUPS, 1 
male, l female, 5 weeks old, top 
Canadian field champion sired. 

S200 748-1402 Duncan 


REGISTERED ENGLISH 


pet and show stock 


--- -ISH 

Springer Spaniels, champion sire 
id dem. ---* 

6-3237. 


FREE TO GOOD HOME, 2 KIT- 
tens, brother and sister, 3 Vj 
months old, litter box trained, 
652-3649. 


FREE TO GOOD COUNTRY 
home, black shepherd cross, 7 
months, female, good with older 
children, 385-5520 


GOLDEN RETRIEVER PUP- 
pies, purebred, 4 males, 6 fe¬ 
males, $200, excellent with Chil¬ 
dren 595-2062. 


BEFORE BUYING A PUPPY 
call Victoria Cltv Kennel Club 
"Watchdog" for advice 385-2233 


DO YOU HAVE A PROBLEM 
with vour dog? Would you like to 
have vour dog trained? Guaran¬ 
teed. 385-8209 


ENGLISH SPRINGER SPAN- 
iel, 18 months old, needs a good 
home $100. 598-8156. 


3 CUDDLY KITTENS, 7 WEEKS 
old, litter trained Free. 382-5077. 


RED MACAW, UNFORTUNA- 
♦ely must sell, beautiful bird, 
721-5494. 


TO GOOD COUNTRY HOME. 2 
one year old male Huskies. $100. 
Have to go together. 658-8162.5061 
Santa Clara Ave. 


PUREBRED 
months old, goa 
477-Q335. 


IEAGLE, 10 
with children 


REGISTERED CHIAHUAHUA 
puppies and adults for sale. 

478-2714. 


MALTEPOO CROSS POODLE 
puppies, super cute and affec- 
tlonate. SSS. Mill Bay 743-2284. 


PUREBRED DOBERMAN PUP- 
pies, excellent stock, shots, falls 
done, $175,112-752 3668 


BLUE-EYED PUPS. SIBERIAN 
husky and wolf cross, six weeks 
old, $30 and up. 478-5068. 


5 HEALTHY GREY KITTENS 
with white markings, 9 weeks old, 
litter box trained. 479-6437. 


FREE. ORANGE AND WHITE 
kitten, call Ken Hlghton, 385-9235 
or 477-7291. 24 hours. 


BILINGUAL LAB SETTER 
cross, free to good home, 9 
months old, 479-8140. 


MALE BLACK LAB PUPS. $100. 
1655 West Shawnloan Road, 

743-2905 


HOMES REQUIRED FOR TWO 
B/w - 1 


BLACK MASK LOVE BIRD 
babies. Ribbon Flnih for sale. 
386-6427 


APARTMENT TRAINED KIT- 
tcns, free. Phone before 11 am, 
385-3514 


ups, cha ’melon lines, for show or 
>ets. 592-1966. 


TWOGRAY 12-WEEK KITTENS, 
I male, l female. Free to good 
home. 598-3061. 


12$ PETS SUPPLIES 

AFFECTIONATE SEALPOINT 
Siamese kittens, 10 weeks, $25. 
479-3606. 

PUREBRED GERMAN SHEP- 

& d sX^6^ Ph0n * eV *- 

GREY BLACK TABBY AND 
Calico kittens. Free. Will deliver. 
479 9879 4-9 pm. 

LARGE SIZE L SHAPED 
aquarium on table stand with 
some accessories, $60. 384-5879. 

FREE TO GOOD HOME, PART 
m * 1 *' ’ 

REGISTERED PEKINGESE 
Male puppy. Shots. Tattooed. 
47V-3544. 

BABY PET RACCOON WITH 
shots^very playful and lovable. 

50 GALLON AQUARIUM, DOU- 

THREE HAMPSTERS AND 
cages for sale. 595-3547. 

48 GALLON TANK, HEATER, 
filter, olants and fish, $65. 10 gal 
and top, $ 20,12 gallon and heater, 

GERMAN SHORT HAIRED 
pups. 748-04)0. 

FOUR CUTE KITTENS, LITTER 
trained. 479-4263. 

BREEDER BUDGIES, $12 
each. 658-1052. 

FREE KITTENS. LITTER- 
trained, affectionate. 384-3805. 

FREE 2 YEAR OLD CALICO 
cat, spayed. 477-0055. 

REA 

FERRET KITTENS FOR SALE: 
479-8162. 

2 MALE KITTENS, FREE TO 
good home 381-6715. 

. U |« E OT C * NAR ' ES ' 

10 GALLON AQUARIUM WITH 
equipment, Phone 642-3253 

BEAUTIFUL LABRADOR SET- 
ter female puppy, $20. 479-3976 

FREE KITTENS. MOTHER SIA- 
mese, 385-7829. 

127 CHICKS, POULTRY 
HUTCHINS ISSS 
SUPPUIS 

5 MONTH OLD NEW HAMP- 
shlre Roosters, alive or killed, 
you pluck, $3 each. 656^030. 

POINT OF LAY PULLETS. SEX- 
a links. 658-8963 

9 COMET HENS. $2 EACH. 
652-3548. 

121 LIVESTOCK SUPPUIS 
M0 EVENTS 

JOHN MacNUTT 
TRUCKING 

SAWDUST—SHAVINGS 
HOGFUSL 

Large or Small Loads 

479-6560 479-1908 

MANDER 

TRUCKING LTD. 
SAWDUST 

SHAVINGS 

CEDAR HOG FUEL 
385-3041 

After 6,477-5053,479-7629 

VICTORIA FARM 

MEAT SERVICES LTD 

1057 MARWOOD AVE 
Complete Federally Inspected 
slaughtering and custom process¬ 
ing services for local farms. 

PHONE 478-3944 

REGISTERED HALF QUAR 
ter horse Mare. I5hh, 6 years, 
trained English, and Western, 
pood lumper. Intelligent, even 
tempered. Asking $850 or best 
Offer, 746-4938. 

FLASHY ?4> ARABIAN GELD- 
Ing 10 years old. Registered. 15 2 
hands hloh Has been shown and 
trained extensively. Asking *1100. 
For winning performance horse, 
phone 112-239-2390 

HORSES BOARDED BOX 
stalls, paddocks, ring. Childs 
horses welcome. Family opera¬ 
tion. Good care. $100 monthly. 
478-6837. 


lengthwise, free-standing, make 
beautiful planters, feed/water 
trough for cattle. 642-5836. 

REGISTERED HALF ARAB 
Bay Gelding, I6hh, even temper- 
ment, reliable, trained Enollsh, 
excellent trail horse, $750 or best 
offer. 746-4938. 

THREE REGISTERED ARA- 
bians, 2 proven show niorses, 1 
Anglo Arab, excellent show pros- 

746 7692*°** 4 ' 5,6- 744 ‘ 70 '^ or 

C BAN HORSE TRANSPORT Li¬ 
censed and Insured. Owned and 
operated by Larry Cltra. 

112-742-4764. "We cere about your 
horse." 

WANTED TO LEASE ENGLISH 
horse, approximately 14.1 to 15.2 
hh, good show lumper, good In 
flat classes, experienced rider. 
477-6295. 

REGISTERED SHORT HORN 
cow, due eerly February. $1100. 
Purebred Jersey Heifer bred to 
Short Horn bull. $550.642-2672 

15.2'/, HH, 7 YEAR OLD BAY 
mare, Seddlebred Arab cross, ex¬ 
cellent disposition. Good lumpfno 
potential.745-7050 

BAY GELDING, 9 YEARS. 15 
H.H. English, lumps. Suit ad¬ 
vanced beginner. $600 or closest 
otter. After 6,598-2762 

BOUGHT MILK COW, NEED: 
pall, stool, deep^settlng creamer 
se^ratlng can, churn, etc. 

COUNCIL SHOW, WOODGATE 
Stables. August 12th, Western, 
English, games, 9:00 am. enter 
day of show. 479-8994. 

HORSE BOX. FITS PICKUP, 
pood condition. 4690 West Saan¬ 
ich S850 OBO. 479-6582. Consider 
hay In trade 

FEED POTATOES, $30 PER 
ton Mlchell Brothers, 3015 Is¬ 
land View Rd. 652 1939. 

JOAN KERRON HUNTER 
Clinic, September 7,8,9. Oak 
Meadows. 479-6843 

FEED POTATOES, AND HAY 
for sale. 652-1582, 6858 Pat Bay 
Highway 

RIDING BREECHES, GIRLS 
size 14X, excellent condition. 
Hard hat, size 7V». 598-2884 

BLACK RAM LAMBS, '/» COR- 

598-6594. 

8 WEEK OLD WEANER YORK- 
shlre/Landrace cross- $50. 
478-8819 

WELSH MOUNTAIN PONY. $300 
with English tack, 478-2506. 

f)?»^ E 4^ T 7 ERH 0UT ' 

»^ s vs 8 .x E r^*“ 

STANLEY R. COSBURN. 
Horseshoeing. 478-1646. 

WEINER PIGS FOR SALE, $45 
each. 642-3122. 

MILKINGG^AT^FOR SALE. 

WEANER PIGS, 7 WEEKS. $45. 
Geese, 4 months, $6 479-4S45. 

BEDDING, *1.50 A BALE. END 
of Scarborough Road, 479-1066 

CEDAR POSTS, 6' AND V 
lengths. 478-4631 or 478-4167. 

rA N 3 T b E b D « T v2.°rf.^ G 3 S,! REO 

s^ B ,i?^,?r c0E sad - 

TWO AUTOMATIC LIQUID 
proportioned. 479-8448 

CARROTS$3 PER SACK 
652-1546. 


SATURDAY, AUGUST 4, 1979 


128 LIVESTOCK SUPPLIES 
AN0 EVENTS 


HORSESHOEING 
DaveMilburn 
Phone 652-2140 


ST6WARTCUPMASTER 
*56-2497 hors « | tOP*rj. 525 00 


THOROUGHBRED SIZE. 2 
,;oo ° or 


>5 HANDS REGISTERED 
Anglo-Arab mare, experienced 
rider. Frances, 385-2388,387-1283 


2 Y £ AI ?.. 0LD NUBIAN GOAT, 
- 1 Also 3 months Doe 


pood milker. 
Kid. 642-3681. 


L f K i ) ^'L, W * ESTE .? N SADDLE 
With blanket, excellent condition. 
$375. 479-6222. 


WEANER PIGS FOR SALE, 7 
jnpToggenbora goat 


weeks. Young 1 
for sale. 658-1162 


YORKSHIRE WEANER PIGS. 

MSk d0 * «*’• °°* VMr 


BARNSBY GENERAL PUR- 
pose (18") saddle, near new con- 
dltlon, $250 478-9260. 


GREEN BROKEN 3-YEAR OLD 
Bay mare, 15 H.H., half Quarter 
horse. $500 or offers. 658-1142. 


THREE SAANEN GOATS, TEN 
chickens. 2560 Chllco Rd, phone 
478-0884. 


110 


HEAVY EQUiniENT 
AND MACHINERY 


STEEL 

[DINGS 


40'x80' 50'xl00' 

$19,200 $29,900 

We have In stock the 
above sizes for quick 
sale. There are new, 
straight wall coloured 
exterior walls, doors and 
windows to suit. We will 
erect anywhere in the 
province. 

Republic Building 
Systems 
12086-96 Avenue, 
Surrey, B.C. 

Phone 588-4434 


130 


HEAVY EQUIPMENT 
AND MACHINERY 


2 CAT. 941 LOADERS. >976 
Mack RS700L and 1969 Havas 
H.D gravel trucks, 1 Ta^along 
lowbed. Class III freight license 
for lower Vancouver Island. 
Available separately or as 
operating business. Mr. Benr 
743-2184 after 6 pm. 


CHEM POWER CHEMICAL 
power washer with related equip 
ment mounted In 67 GMC with 650 
oallons of water, will sell sepera- 
Felv or as a unit. Make an offer. 
479-3689 


J.D.350C 
Blade Cat 

474-25<^ 7 o?4 > 79 4670 


1973 FORD LT9000, 16'6" NA 
ham LS 318, 13-SO. 16 front, 38 
rear, excellent condition, 748-1431 
or 746-4032. 


JOHN DEERE 420 DOZER. Ex¬ 
tensive overhaul completed, ex. 
condition S4300.00. Vancouver 
263-1008 594-0307, 


TIMBERJACK 404 LOG SKID- 
der $24,500. Phone 386-6381. 


135 FARM IMPLEMENTS 



J. GRIEVE 
MOTORS 
LTD. 

Lawn & Garden Tractors 
7 hp - 28 hp 

Diesel Farm Tractors 

Full L?neof Attachments 
Balers and Swathers 
652 1642_SAANICHTON 


I 


^ ken prasing 
Ik equipment 

for 

Small engines 
BRIGGS-STRATTON 
and KOHLER 
TECUMSEH 

934 Gotdstrearn Ave. 478-9313 


J. GRIEVE MOTORS LTD 
Vancouver Island's largest farm 
Implement dealer now-selling 
Yanmar 4-wheel drive tractors, 
13 to 33 h.p. Full line of attach¬ 
ments. 

652-1642_SAANICHTON 


1965 PACE DIESEL TRACTOR 
with backhoe and loader, 1 new 

3ST . 


jr tractor tire, l ripper and 9" 
In, 478-9119 


WANTED: GIBSON TRACTOR, 
running or otherwise or parts. 
Reasonable 479-1185,386*957 


MASSEY #3 BALER, 
offer. Trades. 478-2687. 


SELL IT 
FAST 
THROUGH 
CLASSIFIED 
DIAL 386-2121 


1« LEASE VEHICLES 


ACl 

MOTORS 
LEASING LTD. 


CAR LEASING 
IDE 


CONCEPT 


Our leasing aggree- 
ments are designed 
to be flexible. You 
tell us your needs, 
we tell you how we 
can meet them. 


For further 
information contact 
Don Innes 
or 

Cam McCallum 

atAAcCallum 
Motors 
Leasing Ltd. 

HOT Yates St. 
382-6122 


140 LEASE VEHICLES 



WILL SHOW 
—YOU— 
HOW TO LEASE 


ANDSAVEH! 


Lease Returns 
79 Cordoba 
79 Volare 

78 Mercedes 280SE 
78D300 

78 V.W. Rabbit 
78 LeBaron 
78 Cordoba 
77Volare 
77D100 
76 Newport 

PLUS MANY MORE 

SPECIAL 

78 B100 Short wheel base 
van, 6 cvl, auto, PS, PB, 
radio. With onlv 4500 
KLM 

TomCino 
Bryan Cathcart 
SELL Premium 
Ex-Lease Cars 


LEASING??? 

See 

Roy Hughes 
And Ask About 

idea/ease 



Member of Chrysler 
Leasing Systems 

Quadra At 
Caledonia 

Dealer licence number 
D5620 

386-2411 

Open Weekdays 
■1119:00 


Want To Talk 
Leasing 
With You 

Why not turn vour pres¬ 
ent car into CASH. Start 
leasing a new Mercury 
Product today — you 
drive the car and let us 
worry about deprecia¬ 
tion and repair bills. 
You'll like our Red Car¬ 
pet Treatment. 

386-6131 


LEASING 


ISO CARS FOR SAU 



AT PRICES 
YOU WON'T 
WANTTOMISS! 

73 FORD LTD $1995 

74 DODGE wagon $2595 

76 FORD Grenada $4595 

77 DATSUN 200 SX $5595 

76 PONTIAC Ventura 

$3995 

77 SUBARU Wagon $3995 

78 PONTIAC Parisienne 

$5995 

78 HON DA wagon $4595 
78SUBARU hardtop 

$4595 


VOLVO 

3319 Douglas 
(North of Woodward's) 
DL5141_384-1161 


. pacin g 


PEUGEOT 


>8 Honda CVCC, 5 son; 78 Tovota 
llftback, 77 Honda won auto; 77 
MaidaOlc, 5 »d; rTAmn se, 
HT; 77 Chrvltar Cordoba; V 
Mont; Carlo; 75 Oatsun truck; 74 

van;71 Corolla auto; 71 Corona 
won, 69 Cutlass 2 -dr; 68 Rambler 
won; 66 Mercedes 230$. 

7 DAY MONEY BACK 
GUARANTEE! 

385-1451 D 5253 

Blanshard and Johnson 


ISO CARS FOR SAU 


CorneilGM 

USED CAMS 

you CAN 
EXPECT A 
GREAT DEAL 
PROM CORNELL 


80 CARS 
TO P QUALI TY 

RECONDITIONED 

RE ADYTOG O! 

WE'RE EASY 
TO DEAL WITH 


Stock No. 135B 

75CHEVY VAN 

Cream, raised roof, camper I zed, 
6, auto, radio, clean condition. 

— $5295 — 

Stock No. 1662A 

77 CHEVY 3/4 

4x4, maroon, V8, auto., ps., pb., 
radio. Low mileage. 

-$7295- 

Stock No. 2021A 

73 TOYOTA 

Corolla, auto., radio. 

—S265S- 

Stock No. 1503A 

76 CADILLAC 

de Villa, white, 4-dr., VI, av 

cellent condition. 

—$9155— 


'e, 4-dr., VI, auto., 
i, air, pw„ p. seats, 
i/FM tapedeck. Ex- 


GMAC and BANK 
FINANCING 
AVAILABLE 

Flnlayson and Burnside 
385-5777 


Womb 


CAR CENTRE 

YATES AT QUADRA 


WE NEED 
USEDCARS 

"Home of Canada's 
Top Rated 
Honda Technicians" 


HAVE A GOOD 


HOLIDAY — DRIVE S 
— IN ONE OF HOND 


CENTRE'S GUARANTEED, 

USEOCARSI 


78 DODGE 


Diplomat 

$6444 

78 HONDA 


Hatchback, auto. 

$4795 

77 HONDA 


Station Wagon 

H244 


74 MAVERICK SEDAN 
v-8, automatic $3144 

74 DATSUN B210 


Sedan 

$2244 

73 MUSTANG 


Mach 1 

$2944 

70 VW 


Beetle 

$1644 

70 AUSTIN 


Automatic 

$1244 

70 CORONA MK 

II 

4 Door 

$1444 

66CORVAIR 


Collector's Item 

$844 

66 VALIANT 200 

2 Door 

$999 


BANK FINANCING. 

INSURANCE. 
LICENCE PLATES 
ALLATOURONE-STOP 
NEW AND USEDCAR CENTRE 

386-6707 

Dealer No. 0846A 


glgp 

2524 DOUGLAS 
CARS 

64 T Bird Convert 
67 Mustang Convert 
76 Olds Cutlass 
78 Trans Am 

76 Skyhawk 

77 Rabbit 2 dr 

75 Riviera 2 dr 

74 Toyota AT • 

71 Montego Wagon 
70 LeMans 
72Chev2dr 

78 Toyota 2 dr 
78 Pontiac 2 dr 
77Chevelle4dr 

73 Mazda 2 dr 

74 Ventura 
TRUCKS 
70 Ford p/u 
77Ford 3 /4p/u 

76 Datsun p/u 
76Totota p/u 

Bank FinarKlng Available 
LEASE ALL MAKES 
MON-FRI.,9-8, SAT 9-5 
383 3635 OQ2184A 383*931 


1971-1M0 


'BLACK BEAUTY' 

79 Camaro BERLINETTA. This 
gorgeous car comes fully 
equipped with 4 spd, tilt, p$, pb, 
pw. and oyster velour Interior. 
Open to an offer! 388-7722. 
YATESAUTOSALES 
Ot 


950 Yates St 


PL5268 


SELL, '79 4-DOOR CHE- 
yette. 3000 kms, balance of fac¬ 
tory warranty, automatic, rear 
detooper. Insulation package, 
load floor carpets plus additional 
exlras- Asking $4895 or nearest 
Offer. 652-4244,652-1524. 


150 CARS FOR SALE 



CHRYSLER 

PLYMOUTH 


ALLUNITS 

CHECKED 

BYCARCLINIC 

DIAGNOSTIC 

CENTRE 



USEDTRUCKS 
79 Dodge DIOfl 

STEPSIDEPU 

V8, automatic, power stearin*, 
power brakes, black In color 
Onlv 879 Km. Like new. 

Stock No 83041 Sale PrlceS7,777 

78 Dodge DIOfl 

SWEPTLINE PU 

6 cvl., automatic, power steering, 
radio, gold In color. Onlv 8,580 
Km. 

Stock No. 66161 Sale Price $5695 

77 Dodge D100 

SWEPTLINE PU 

6 cvl., auto, ps. radio, yellow, 
only 6,250 km. 

Stock No 8496 Sale Price$4888 

PLUS 

79FUTURA 

79 AUDI FOX 

78 VOLARE 

78 MAGNUM X.E. 

78 CATALINA 
77TR7 

77MONTE CARLO 
77 TRANS AM 
77 CAMARO 
76 ASPEN S.E. 

76 GRANADA 
75 DODGE 4x4 
75 MUSTANG 11 
74 VENTURA 

73 OLDS Delta 88 

74 DUSTER 
72 MUSTANG 
67VA LIANT 

Plus Many More 


GOV'T TESTED 
PLUS 2-YEAR 
WRITTEN 
WARRANTY 



Chrysler-Plymouth 

Ltd. 

DOWNTOWN 
YATESATCOOK 

Dealer licence number 
D5295 

386-2411 

Open Weekdays 
• Till 9:00 


1179-1M0 


SAVE DOLLARS 

i have a ‘79 Bolck Skylark 4 dr. 
sdn.with onlv 4,000 KM on the 
clock. This car Is powered by a 
fuel saving 305 cu. In. 2 barrel VI. 
It Is equipped with auto, trans, 
P S, P B. and Is beige In colour 
with a darker brown vinyl roof 
and complimentary upholstery. 
Contact Bob Sherratt at McCal- 
lum Motors, Colwood. 478-174) or 
res 598-8541. D5603A 


"MINT" 

” f1R rl If In striking 

metallic silver with contrasting 
black velour Interior. Fullv 
equipped Including AM/FM 8- 
track stereo, sun roof, wire 
»6eets. B «"or then newl 

388 777? 

950YaTeSSt^AUTQSALES, ^ 


SMART 1979 PONTIAC (SUN- 
blrd) 6 cylinder Coupe, power 
steering, automatic, power 
brakes. New car guarantee 7 
months. *5,795 or nearest offer. 
382-8544. * 


1979 MUSTANG GHIA, SILVER, 
2.3 litre turbo, standard, lots of 
- -^ 5739- 


extras, 3000 miles, $7000.t 


1979 MUSTANG. WHITE, 3- 
door, sunroof, 2,000 miles. Much 
more. $7200.479-7496 after 6 pm. 


1979 EL CAMINO. V8.4 SPEED, 2 
tone blue, vihyl roof. 656-3105, 
656-7311. 


150 CARS FOR MU 



DATSUN DEALER 
AT 


848 YAltS ST. 

FORT and'TOT BAY 
592-2471 


78 DODGE 

'/t ton PU, V8 auto Onlv 8300 KM. 

78 GMC VAN 

1500 Serie s, vt. AT. 15.00 0 KM. 

77CELICA GT 

Llftback, sunroof, 5 sod, AM/FM 

77 DATSUN 

200 SX 2-dr, 5 spd, AM/FM radio. 
13,000 KM. 


76 RABBIT 

2-dr, 4 spd. Onlv 32,00 0 ml. 

76 COROLLA 

2-dr, 4 spd. Very clean 

76 BOBCAT 

2-dr, 4 spd, radio. 

75 VOLKS 

2-dr, 4 spd. 

75 MAVERICK 

4-dr, 6cyt , auto, PS. 31.00 0 ml. 

74 VOLVO 

GRAND LUX, 4-dr, auto. Fuel 
Infection. Sunroof. 

73 DATSUN 

2-dr HT, 4 spd, radio. Red with 
whltevlnvl roof. 


65 COMET 

4 dr auto. Only 57,000 ml. 

a** 

2040 Cadboro Bay Road 
at Fort and Foul Bay 
Dealer Licence 5059 



Vancouver Island's 
Leading V.W. 
Porsche Audi 
Dealership 



79 Chrysler, 2-door auto¬ 
matic, power steering, 
power brakes, radio, 
cruise control, tilt-steer¬ 
ing wheel 1,800 Km 



79 2 door, 4 speed, sedan, 
model 242, radio, brown 
exterior with matching 
interior, 1400 Km. 

48c. BMW 3201 
77 2-door sports coupe, 4 
speed radio, sunroof, 
burgandy metallic in¬ 
terior with cloth Interior 
31,000 Km. 



79 VW converted van 
camper 4-speed trans¬ 
mission, 5,000 Km. 
priced to sell at $8995. 

PLUS 
79 Honda wagon 
79 Mustang 
78 Tovota 5 speed 
78 ToyotaCelica 
78 Dodge Diplomat 
78 Audi Fox 
78 VW Rabbit 
77 Chev Vega wagon 
77 Cordova 
77 Firebird 
77 Honda Civic auto 
77 Austinmini 

TEST DRIVE 
AUDI 5000S 

PORSCHE 924 

971 YATES ST. 

at VANCOUVER 

Dealer Licence 
No. D-5180 

385-2415 


1077 • 1171 


ALMOST NEW, LATE 197* 5U- 
baru station wagon. 5600 orlolnal 
miles, metallic gold, radio, ra- 
dlals, extras, balance of wararv 
tee. $5195. 595-7907. 


78 AUSTIN MINI COOPER, 
#ilv 5000 miles. Like new and 
spotless. Manv extras. $3450. 
Tlrnmls Motor Company. DL 
00983B. 388-6229,477-63S7 


77 CORDOBA 

Low miles, will take truck on 
trade. $5800. 479-8934, 


1977 FORD LTD II. 4 DOOR 
sedan. New radial tires. 350 V8, 
power steerlno, power brakes, 
one owner Like new. $4350 or 
otters. 477-4088 


150 CMS FOR SAU 


nrenuum 


DATSUN I 




GUESS 


IT 


S 


TRUCKS 


BCAAINSPECTED 
FOR YOUR 
PROTECTION 


79 BUICK Skylark 
78 CHEV % Silverado 
P/U 

78MERCURY Zephyr 
77 DODGE D200 van 
conv. 

77 VOLVO 245 DL 

76 VOLVO 245 S.W. 

75 VOLVO 245 DLS.W. 
74 VOLVO 144E 

78 B210 

77 DATSUN 620 DL P/U 
77 HONDA Civic 

76 TOYOTA Corolla 


PLUS 

MANY MANY 
MORE 


BANK 

FINANCING 

AVAILABLE 



McCallum Motors 
DOWNTOWN 

1101 Yates at Cook 
382-6122 D-5603 

COLWOOD 

18361 stand Hwy. 
478-1741_D-5603A 


DeVape 



Lktir-VWTHTT, 4/,IMI fTllleS tJCdUll 

ful unit wltn4 new Michelln tires. 



75 300D 4 dr, diesel, auto, ps, pb, 
pw, air. Local one-owner. Priced 
to sell. 



77 4 dr. Town Sedan. All power 
and luxury options, beautiful 
velour Interior. Last of the big 
ones! 


79 Audi 5000S,5spd, as new 
78 Cadillac Seville, lowmlles. 

77 Peooeot 604,4 dr, v/6 loaded. 

71 Mercedes 280SLHdt. convert. 

78 Cadillac Coupe de VIlie 

79 Cadillac 4 dr Tow ml, as new 
74 Mercedes 280 Coupe air. pu 
79 Mercedes300Diesel, loaded! 

74 Westtaliacamper 

66 Olds, lO.OOOorlg.ml, 

79 Bulck Riviera, front wheel dr. 
71 Toyota l600rBaroaln 
78 LEBARON air loaded 

Open8:30-5:30 ClosedSal 

DePAPE MOTORS LTD. 

I ndoors at 779 Pandora 
384-8035_D-5311 


1977-1578 


Mioour 


riAMC Jeep [nil a! fI 


C-6 


150 CARS FOR SAU 



COUGAR 

78 MERCURY COUGAR 
2 door Brougham, V8 
automatic, power steer¬ 
ing, power brakes, power 
windows, cruise control, 
AM/FM radio, 8 track 
tape. Finished in gold 
with saddle vinyl buck¬ 
ets. BCAA inspected for 
vour protection $7250 

MONTE CARLO 

78 MONTE CARLO Lan¬ 
dau, V6 automatic. 
Dower steering, power 
brakes, radio. Finished 
in Mallard blue with blue 
vinyl top and blue in¬ 
terior. BCAA inspected 
for your protection $6400 

WAGON 

77 MALIBU Classic 
wagon, V8 automatic, 
power steering, power 
brakes, radio, factory air 
conditioning, automatic 
tailgate release. Fin¬ 
ished In dark brown with 
fawn houndstooth trim. 
BCAA Inspected for vour 
protection $5350 

VENTURA 

76 VENTURA 2 door 
coupe, 6 cylinder auto¬ 
matic, power steering, 
radio. Finished in ma¬ 
roon with black cloth 
trim. BCAA Inspected for 
vour protection $4450 

TOYOTA 

76 TOYOTA COROLLA 
SR 5 llftback, 4 cylinder, 
5 speed transmission. 
Finished In dark blue 
with white stripes and 
gray trim. BCAA in¬ 
spected for your protec¬ 
tion $4350 

DATSUN 

76 DATSUN B210 hatch¬ 
back, 4 cylinder auto¬ 
matic, radio. Finished in 
orange with brown cloth 
trim. Exceptionally 
clean. BCAA inspected 
for vour protection $3790 

MON.-FRI. 

8:30a.rn.-9o.rn. 

SAT. 9-6 

Midstream Chevrolet 
OldsmobileLtd. 

1730 island Highway 
474-1211 

Dealer Lie. D 5831 


XR7_ 

"AIRCOND" 

'77 COUGAR XR7, clean, 
local car ready for com¬ 
fortable drlvlno! 

$6495 

Call John Woods 
REGMIDGLEY 
MOTORS LTD. 
385-8756 736Cloverdale 

DL5186 


1978 VOLVO 264GL. QUALITY 
and luxury Including air condi¬ 
tioning. leather upholstery, 
power windows, power mirrors 
and much more, 24,400 kllome- 
ters. A steal at $11,400.474-2833. 


. 4 1978 XR-7 COUGAR 

Before you buy, give this a try! 
Jade green, white wall Tires, 
gower steering, power brakes, 
digital clock and low mileage. 
Excellent condition. 479-1095. 


1978 DODGE MAXIVAN, LESS 
than 15,000 miles, power play cas¬ 
sette, Insulation, heavy duty 
shocks, 360 cu.ln. engine, very 
well maintained. $8750 (negotl- 
able). 382-7750. 


1977- 1978 


"20F A KIND" 

Twin 1978 Mustang Cobras. One 
midnioht black. One fire red both 
with contrasting trim, fullv 
equipped including 302. V 8. 4 
spd., stereo tape deck, mag 
wheels, etc , etc 388-7722. 

YATESAUTOSALES 
950 Yates St. DL5268 


77 CORDOBA 

Prism vellow with matching Lan 
dau roOf all factory options in 
eluding leather interior, cruise 
control, power windows. For 
more information call Bud Main- 
donald, Pacific Mazda Peugeot. 
385-1451. D5253 


SEVILLE 

This low mileage beauty is priced 
to sell with every factory option 
including moon roof, new condi¬ 
tion, part trade considered. 
721 5494. 


1977 CORDOBA, LOAOED IN 
eluding air, stereo tape, sunroof 
etc. Low mileage, best buy at 
$6250 598-6926 


1978 FIREBIRD FORMULA, 
factory air, AM FM stereo, ve 
lour seats, lots of extras, 388-475? 


1978 MERCURY MONARCH 
ESS, 302 engine, 4 speed trans 
mission. 2 door hardtop. Good 
condition. Offers on $5500. 
382 7939 


1977 GRANADA, BLACK WITH 
gold vinyl top and Interior. Like 
new. 18,000 miles. $5,000 firm 
652 4550 after 5:00 


YES I MUST SELL 
1978 Mercury Zephyr station 
wagon auto, power steering, 
power brakes Air conditioning, 
winter tires. 386-3)37 after 4pm 


1977 TOYOTA COROLLA DE 
luxe, 4 door, automatic, 21,000 
miles Best offer around $3300 
478 5404 


1978 FIREBIRD. SHOW ROOM 
condition. Loaded with options 
Offers on $7300. 479-8654 


1978 PLYMOUTH FURY STA- 
tionwapon, $4800, fully loaded. 
478-8791 


19/8 DATSUN 200SX, SPORTS 

coupe, —* - 


1978 HONDA CIVIC, PERFECT 
condition, service records avail- 
able, extras, 384 3040. 


DODGE 1977 4-DOOR, 6-CYLIN 
der, 34,000 kilometers, 642-5335 
evenings please. 


78 GT 5 SPEEO TOYOTA CELI- 
ca Llftback. 17.000 miles, $7295. 
474-2433, 477 4743 


1977 BLACK GREMLIN X. 4 
speed, one owner, excellent con¬ 
dition $3850 384-6052. 


1977 DODGE ASPEN STATION 
wagon, 6 cylinder, 40.000 kllo- 
metres, andradlals. 383-3266 


MERCURY COUGAR STATION 
Wagon, 1977, $6895. 595-6185. 


1978 RABBIT, MOST OPTIONS, 
0.000 miles. $6,400. 721-3064 


1975 - 1976 


RABBIT 

76 VW Rabbit, 4 dr, 4 sod. 45,000 
fTl .i cellar,I condition Priced to 
at ,H®75. For more Informa¬ 
tion call Bryan Williams 302-612? 

1IHJ10. McCallum 
Motors Ltd. DS603 


75MERCURY MONARCH, 
good mechanical shape, 51.CKW 
miles, silver with maroon vinyl 
top. 3 speed transmission, am/fm 
stereo radio cassette, new tires, 
sj'ejv checked til May 80, $2800. 


1976 CHEV MONZA 2 + 2, 260 V8 
4-speed, 36,000 miles, metallic 
blue, white Interior, new radials, 
snowtires, radio, cassette stereo. 

X?IIK9 d J con<,,,,on N * w ^mlly 
member forces sale. $4300 or 
nearest offer 386-9785 


1975 DODGE DUSTER, 2 DOOR. 

cublc ,nch ' sunroof, 
oood condition $3.800.479-9254 





















































































































































































































































































































C-7 

150 CMS FOR SALE ’50 CARS FOR ULE 





79200 SX SPORTS 
Stock 9D26 SAVE $600 
79210 TWO-DOOR 
stock 9D39 SAVE $600 
79210 FOUR-DOOR 
stock 9040 SAVE $600 
79510SPORTBACK 
Stock 9D41 SAVE $600 



78 F-10 WAGON 
Custom roof rack, radio 
only 10,000 km $4,327 
78 B 210 

Very low mileage, four- 
door sedan $4,782 

78510 

Very attractive four- 
door sedan $5,595 

77200SX 

5-speed sports coupe, 
AM/FM Stereo $4,534 
, 76 280 Z 2 + 2 

Silver with black vinyl 
roof, sun roof $8,995 
75 710 

Very nice four-door 
sedan ' $3,493 


78 ACADIAN 
Only 11,000 miles, 4-door 
hatchback $4,795 

78 DODGE 

Diplomat coupe. Vinyl 
roof, automatic, power 
steering, power brakes, 
radio $5,795 

77 MAZDA GLC 
Automatic, two-door 
hatchback, radio $3,995 
77HONDAACCORD 
Silver, 5-speed, sun-roof, 
mags, radio $5,995 
77 FORD WAGON 
Automatic, power steer¬ 
ing, power brakes, cus¬ 
tom roof-rack, radials, 
13,000 miles $6,795 
77DODGE PICKUP 
Custom 200 Camper Spe¬ 
cial with canopy. Auto¬ 
matic, power steering, 
power brakes, radio, 11,- 
000 miles $7,995 

73BUICK REGAL 
immaculate one-owner 
coupe, cherry red metal¬ 
lic with black vinyl roof. 
Automatic, power steer¬ 
ing, power brakes $3,295 

OPEN 'TIL9P.M. 

Government 

at 

Hillside 

385-6737 


METRO 

HONDA 


ESSOTESTED 
TOP QUALITY 
HONDA TRADES! 

78 CIVIC,4spd 
78 CAMARO Z28, 4 spd. 

78 TRANSAM 
78 COURIER Pickup 
78 CIVICSspd. 

78 ACCORD 
78 DAT5UN Pickup 
76 FORD ELITE 
76 HONDACIVIC 
76 SIERRA GRANDE 4X4 
75 MALIBU CLASSIC 
75 RABBIT, A/T 
73 AUDI, 4dr 
68 OLDS , hardtop 
64 VAUXHALL VICTOR 

100% bank 
financing O.A.C. 

Wide open 9-10 
Saturdays 9-6 
2151 Blanshard 388-6921 
DL 5876 



PALM 
MOTORS 


CREDIT 
Good or Bad 

WHOCARES 
WE FINANCE 
NO CO-SIGNERS 

Let us help re-establish vour 
credit. Separated, divorced, old 
aoe pensioner, single, male or 
temale. You duality. Buy and pay 
at same location Cars from $150 
down and payments as low as $10 
weekly. 

Instant 

"NO-RED-TAPE" 

CREDIT 

Walk In, Drive Out 

3342oak St. _ 386-8385 


1975 PLYMOUTH SPECIAL 
Grand Fury 4-door sedan, V8 360, 
PS. PB, tested 'til August 2, 1980. 
Excellent condition. $2,350 odo. 
595 5606. 


1976 THUNDERBIRO, FULLY 
loaded, low mileage, top shape, 5 
Micheiin tires, wire wheels, best 
offer. Call after 6 pm, 385-7953 


MUST SELL 1976 TOYOTA 
Corolla, automatic, 4 door, 42,000 
miles. Excellent condition. $3000 
or best offer. 382-0805 


'75 FIAT 128, 4-DOOR, IMMACU- 
latc condition body and mechani¬ 
cally, new tires, low mileage. 
57250 no fritters 598-3006. 



SUBURBAN 

MOTORS 


THE HOME OF 
LINCOLN 
CONTINENTAL 
AND MARK V, 
MARQUIS, COUGAR, 
XR7, ZEPHYR, 
CAPRI, AND 
hORD TRUCKS 



AUG. 6-10 
only! 

78 MONTE CARLO, 

2-dr., Ht. 

WAS $7295 NOW $6638 

78 BUICK,2-dr.,6-cyl. 
WAS $5595 NOW $4663 

77 CORDOBA, 2-dr., Ht. 
WAS $5995 NOW $4876 

77 FORD SQUIRE 
Wagon 

WAS $6495 NOW$5888 

76 BUICK,mid-size 
with air. 

WAS $5295 NOW $4427 

76 HONDACIVIC 
WAS $3495 NOW $2982 

75 FORD LTD Wagon 
WAS $3395 NOW $2111 

75 CHEVMALIBU,2-dr. 
6-CVl., A/T. 

WAS $3695 NOW $3246 

75 MONTEGO Wagon 
WAS $3495 NOW $2777 

75 TORIN02-dr., Ht. 
WAS $2995 NOW $2518 

74 BUICK 2-dr., Ht. 

WAS $3595 NOW $2883 

74 TORINO SPORT, 
2-dr„ Ht. 

WAS $3695 NOW $3172 

73 AUDI 10QLS 

WAS $2895 NOW $2362 

72 BUICK SKYLARK 
WAS $2695 , NOW $1897 

71 BUICK LE SABRE 
WAS $1995 NOW $1142 

TRADESWELCOME 
BANK FINANCING 

LET US PUT IT ALL 
TOGETHER FOR YOU 


Douglas and 
Saanich Rd. 

386-6131_DL 5528 



USEDCARS 

79 Zephyr 6 cyl 
78 Fiesta 
78 Fairmont 
78 Olds Cutlass 2-dr 
78 Chrysler S/W 
78 Caprice Clas. sedan 
78 Diplomat Luxury 
sedan 

78 Trans Am T-roof 
77 Comet6cvl. 

77 LTD. Landau, Luxury 
77 Monarch Deluxe 
76 Cellca 5-speed 
76 Montego MX SW 
75 Scamp6cyl.mint 
75 Monarch Ghia 
74 Audi, A/T 
73 Pontiac SW 
73 Sebring Deluxe 
72 Maverick6cyl. AT 


PLUS 

A Fine Selection 
Of 18 Used 
Trucks! 


BANK RATE 
FINANCING 


7-DAY 

MONEY BACK 
GUARANTEE 


384-1144 

YATES and COOK 
Dealer No. D 5373 


ALL READY TO GO WITH 
hitch and electric brakes, 360 
motor, 76 Dodge Sedan 477-6072. 


TO TOYOTA COROLLA. EX- 
c f i e ?t condition, new tires. 

479 4925 bfakeS ' palnl ' * 27 *0. 


150 CARS FOR SAU 



"Your Best 
Value Dealer' 




S 


AS LOW AS 



68 Datsun S.W. $599 

71 Olds 88 $599 

69 Envoy a/t $699 

68DART2dr.,H/T $999 

67 VW Van $999 

70 Javelin $1099 

68 Nova $1299 

67 Crown 4-dr. $1299 

69 VW Beetle $1399 

73 Valiant $1599 

71 Impala $1899 

71 Demon $1899 

70 Dart H/T $1999 

68 Westfalia $1999 

73 Mustang $1999 

73 Vega $1999 

72 Duster $1999 

All reasonable 
Otters Accepted! 

1-3516 

METRO TOYOTA LTO. 
645FINLAYSON 
DEALER LIC.6290 



TOYOTA 



MANYOFOUR 
VEHICLESHAVEA 
CROWN SEAL, 

1YR. WARRANTY ON 
THE POWERTRAIN! 
CHECK OVER THESE 
SELECTED UNITS — 
FOR YOUROWN 
PEACE OF MIND! 


77TRANSAM 
74 FOROVAN 
72 IHC SCOUT, 4X4 
72SKYLARK WGN 


17995 

12995 

52995 

12995 


OPEN 

Mon.-Thurs.,9-9 
Fri.-Sat., 9-6 
2867 Douglas at Topaz 
382-7121 D.L.5701 


Rig. 

Mioour 


nAMC Jeep frjiiAjjj 


"COOLLUXURY" 

'76 THUNDERBIRO 
CPE. 

Loaded with all the lux¬ 
uries Including 'Air 
Cond'. Pale Yellow with 
Vinyl Top. A Dream in 
Driving Comfort! 

$6995 

Call Brian London 
REGMIDGLEY 
MOTORS LTD. 
385-8756 736Cloverdale 

DL 5184 


Reg. 

Mioour 


riAMC Jeep mil aTt! 


Clean with "Air" 

'76 MAVE RICK 4-DR. 

6 Cyl., Auto, Power 
Steering, Power Brakes 
and the "Air Cond". 
Clean and Metallic 
Green. 

$4695 

Call EdOaRoza 
REGMIDGLEY 
MOTORS LTD. 
385-8756 736 Cloverdale 

DLS186 


1976 FORD GRANAPA, 4 POOR, 
air conditioning, factory tape 
deck and radials, all power op¬ 
tions, 31XXX) miles, ex cel I ant con¬ 
dition, asklno $4900. 385-1348 Bill 
Of Murray 


SATURDAY. AUGUST 4, 1979 

158 C U% HU _ jjq CMS FOR SAU MW FOR SAU 


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VOLKSWAGEN 

AUDI 

¥T¥ 


Your Largest 
Volkswagen 
Audi 

Dealer On The 
Island! 


WENEEDYOUR 

TRADE!! 

Excellent Selection 


All Models And 
Colours!! 

-AND- 

See The New 
GTI 

Special Edition 


PREMIUM USED 


79 Camaro, A/T 

$10,395 

78 Celica, A/T 

$ 

6795 

78 Cellca, GT 

$ 

6595 

77 Firebird 

$ 

6695 

77 ChargerS.E. 

$ 

6495 

76 Fox, 4 Spd. 

$ 

5395 

76 Rabbit 

$ 

4795 

75 Volvo S/W 

$ 

4895 

75 Valiant 

$ 

3295 

75 Duster 

$ 

3495 

74 Beetle 

$ 

2895 

73 Monte Carlo 

$ 

4195 


EXCELLENT 
SELECTION 
Used campers and 
trucks. All models! 


UP TO60 MONTH 
SCOTIA PLAN 
FINANCING 
AVAILABLE. O.A.C. 


Douglas Volkswagen 
Ltd. 

3329 Douglas Street 

388-5466 

Dealer Licence 5100 


PLIMLEY 


1010 Yatoe 
3829121 


78 FIREBIRD 
78 HONDA Accord 
78 HONDA Accord 
77 DODGE Aspen 
77 CADILLAC 
77 HONDA CMC 
77 SAAB99GL 
76 LE MANS Wagon 
75 DODGE Dart 
75 MERCURY MX 
74 FIAT 1300Sport 
74 DATSUN 260Z 
73 CHRYSLER 
73 TOYOTA Pickup 
73 DATSUN Wagon 

MANY MORE FINE USED 
CARS TO CH005EFROM 

Open Wed., Thurs., Fri. 
Until 8:30 P.M. 

Oealer Licence 592 



74 Pinto 

$1387 

74 Ford Van 

$1920 

73 Ford PU 

$1587 

73 Pontiac AT 

$1097 

73 Mazda 

$987 

72 Datsun SW 

$1302 

71 Ford AT 

$418 

70 Spider 

$980 

69 Caprice AT 

$720 

68 Falrlane AT 

$1389 

67 Austin 

$289 

67 Fargo Van 

$1125 

64GMC ST Van 

$1387 

3342 OAK ST. 

DL5260 

386-8385 



Many More 
To Choose From 
78 Volare $5295 

77 Cordoba $5895 

75 Vega SW $2495 

74 Valiant 4-dr. $2695 

72 Pontiac 4-dr. $2695 

78 Chrysler New Yorker 

2-dr. Loaded $9495 

67 Cougar $1995 

Many More 
To Choose From 

3200 DOUGLAS 
ATCLOVERDALE 
382-2313 

MON. TO FRI. 9TIL9 
SAT.9TILS. OLS881 


SMALL WAGON 
40 PLUS Ml. PER GAL. 

76 Toyota corolla 4 dr. S.W. sil¬ 
ver. 4 spd, 29,000 ml. in excellent 
condition For more information 
pleasecall 

DOUG FOSTER 
McCallum Motors Ltd 
Res. 381-6060 Bus. 382-6122 

D5603 


1976 SKYLARK, 2 DOOR 
coupe 260 cu. In., enolne, bucket 
seat, tilt, automatic, power steer¬ 
ing, Dower brakes, etc. Finished 
in red and white One owner! Ex¬ 
clusive with KARL KUESTER, at 
Empress Pontiac Bulck BMC 
Ltd. For more Information, 
Please Phone 382-7121 or res 
477-5798. DL5701 


1-OWNER 

1976 Plymouth Volare. 318, V8, 
automatic, 20 MPG. air condition¬ 
ing, power seat windows steering 
and^brakes. 34,000 miles. 


1976 i 
fully 
$3500. 


SACRIFICE 

Coronet Brougham, 
' Closest offer to 


1975 SUPER BEETLE. METAL- 
Ic green, sunroof, radio, excel¬ 
lent condition. Asking $3500. Call 
Susan at 598-5898 or 477-5198 after 

2:30. 


PALM 

VlMOTORS 


ftpechtt 1 / 

7 M0T0RSwo 


2-DRS 

68 Olds Cutlass 442 

68 Chev Malibu 
70 Plym Duster 

69 Roadrunner 

72 Bulck Skylark 
74 comet GT4spd 

ECONOMY ♦ 

74 VW Bug 

74 Toyota Cellca 

75 vw Rabbit 

73 Toyota Cellca 

SPECIAL OF tHE WEEK 
75 Dodge Monaco Brghm 
9-pass SW, loaded! 

$3333 

Victoria's Greatest Selection 
of Specialty Cars 

381-5544 

SPECIALTY MOTORS LTD. 
2936 Douglas_DL6033 


1975 FORD TORINO, 460, 
power steering, power brakes, 4 
door, oood radials. good condi¬ 
tion, $2,250 or Offers. 658-5014 
days, 658-5336 evenings 


FAMILY CAR 

Super clean, 75 Ford LTD wagon, 
new tires, lust tested, must sell to 
best offer, call now, 385-5265, 
384 7341, 


1976 CORDOBA. P S, P B. 8- 
track stereo, leather interior, 
sunroof, black exterior. 33.500 
miles. Asking $4800. Phone 
477-9795. 


76 CAPRI II. 2300 CC, 4 SPEED, 
sunroof, air conditioning, 
AM/FM cassette, immaculate. 
$4695. 383-5988. 851 Brett 


1975 COROLLA STATION 
wagon deluxe, wood trim, radial 
JJres, r fdio. 56,000 miles, 13300 or 
offers. 595-2525. 


1975 CHEVY IMPALA. 2 DOOR 

hardtop. Must sell this week. 
$2950 or best offer 384-4267. 


76 CHEVELLE MALIBU. 4 
d0or, 48,000 miles, $2500 or best 
offer. 477-0969. 


1976 DODGE CORONET. $2800. 
Phone 479-2777, 


1976 MAZDA 808 STATION 
479^772 17 000 m,,eS ' * 2950 


1*75 CHEVY VEGA PANEL, 2 
Phone Tony 477-9386 

4:30-7:30. 


1976 TRANS AM, 455, 4 SPEED, 
power windows, tilt steering, sll 
ver, <6500 firm. 642-4653. 


THREE TAXI CABS FOR SALE. 
hp f UC- meters and radios, corrv 
plete 385-9092, ask for Bob 


1976 FORD STATION WAGON, 
I O'? mileage, very good condition. 
383-7073 


1975 DODGE CHARGER SE, 360, 
P 4 b, p.s, Landau top, mags, tach. 
stereo, CB, p.a. $4800. 382-8951. 


76 HONDA CIVIC, 4 SPEED, 
radio, gold, 37,000 miles. Leaving 
country, $2550. 479-9923 


1173-1174 


Reg. 

Midglby 


HAMC Jeep mil aTt I 


4WHEEL DRIVE 

'73 JEEP WAGONEER 
Ideal Family Wagon, 
Automatic, P. Steering, 
P. Brakes, Exceptional 
Condition and Ready to 
Go! 

$4995 

Call Jim Coffee, 
REGMIDGLEY 
MOTORS LTD. 
385-8756 736 Cloverdale 

PL SIM 


JMroGiir 


riAMC Jeep mmn 


WAGON WITH "AIR" 
'74 FORD TORINO 
SQUIRE WAGON. Load¬ 
ed with equipment in ex¬ 
ceptional shape.Ideal for 
thefamily or traveller. 

$3495 

Call Ed Evans 
REGMIDGLEY 
MOTORS LTD. 
385-8756 736 Cloverdale 

OL 519, 


\V 


73 340 SPORT' 


Car>dv apple red with custom 
white interior. Fold down rear 
seat, Cragar SS with radials. Ab¬ 
solutely immaculate. Buckets 
and console, half vinyl, dual 
chrome mirrors and tach. Only 
56,000 mi. 388-7722 

YATESAUTOSALES 
950 Yates St. DL5268 


1974 ELCAMINO 
CLASSIC 

Brand new 396 cu. In. 375 horse, 
new turbo 400 trans. with shift kit, 
new fly wheel, starter, battery, 
brakes, exhaust, new G60-15 on 
front, new H60-15 on back, all 
mounted on new US mags, In¬ 
terior/exterior excellent, $4,995 
or best otter 479-0495. 


1973 CHEVY IMPALA CUSTOM. 
2 door hard-top, V8 automatic, 
power steering, power brakes, air 
conditioning, power windows, 
factory tapedeck, $2550. Super 
Motors Ltd, 385-0031 or after 
hours 592-3540. 2538 Government 
St DL50I5. 


74 CAPRI 

4 cyl, 4 spd, bucket seats, silver 
with black Inferior, radial tires. 
Only $2695 PAINTER MOTORS 
LTO.. 1513 Quadra, 385-0122. 
0580? 


SPECIAL 

1973 Century, 4 dr, auto, ps, pb, 
runs great. $1595 PAINTER 
MOTORS LTD. 1513 Quadra, 
385-0122, DS802. 


NOVASS 

This 73 hb 350, auto, ps, pb, bucket 
seats, $2995. Trades Welcome. 
PAINTER MOTORS LTD. 1513 
Quadra St., 382-0122. D5802. 


1974 PONTIAC LEMANS STA- 
tlon wagon. 55,000 miles. P.S., 
P.B., automatic, V8, radio, trail- 
er equlowd, tested. Runs well, 
«^, rl S r o 0 9?^'„ b0 < , y t»dlv rusted, 
W50.0 B O. view at 1959 Beach 


>J 74 CHALLENGER, black on 
btack. 3eo V8, console automatic, 
headers, LD340. 650 Hollev. ex- 

478-0456 COnd,t,0n ' «7StS:30, 


1974 CHEVY NOVA HATCH- 
back custom, moving, must sell 
cheap. Can be seen af 838 Cowper 
a p £! ore 4 pm. every day. 
384-5796. 


REPOSSESSION-'74 FIAT 

24- tan, 4-door sedan, 4-speed, 
1600CC, 46,OOprnlles. Needs some 
b«ly and er^ne work. Best offer. 


1974 DODGE DART CUSTOM, 
automatic, 6 cylinder with power 
steering, radio, white vinyl roof, 
oood condition, asking $2695. 


Torino 302 gas saver, mags, ra¬ 
dial tires. Excellent condition 
throughout. Bargain at $2150. 
Must be seen 721-5261. 


1973 MERCURY METEOR, 
hardtc ----- 
power I 

Good c__ 

ed, $3,250 595-S352 5-7 pm 


J WCItLUItl WCICUk, 

hop, V8 motor, Rldeau 500, 
er brakes, steerlno and radio, 
d condition. One owner, test- 


1973 PLYMOUTH FURY I, 
automatic, power steering and 
brakes, 318 motor. All In very 
good condition. $1,500.477-2193. 


1974 MUSTANG II, V6 4-SPEED, 
radials, mags, only 43,000 ladv- 
drlven miles. $3400 or best otter 
by weekend. 474-2442, after 6. 


1973 MAZDA 
door $1495. 3U 
592-3540 DL501 
Ltd. 


I, 4 SPEED. 2 

II. After hours 
‘ r Motors 


1973 MINI 1000. VERV GOOD 
condition, radials. mags, tach, 
cassette deck, radio. 382-0139 
after 5 pm. 


1974 VEGA. GOLD HATCH- 
back, automatic, 34,000 miles, 
new brakes, tires, carburetor. 
Going abroad $1800.479-7632. 


1974 BUICK CENTURY LUXUS. 
4 new radials, power windows, tut 
wheel, stereo. Excellent condi- 
tlon. $2699.479-6805. 


1974 MUSTANG II GHIA, V6, 4 
speed, 47,000 miles, must sell. 
Offers on $2900. 642-5373. 


1974 BOBCAT. 39,000 MILES, 4 
speed, oood condition (Really!) 
$2150. Call John 383 7565 after 5. 


speed _ 
388-6403 


1973 DATSUN 510, GOOD CONDI 
tlon, Includes snow tires, $1500 
firm. 652-3161. 


1973 CHEV, 2 DOOR HARD-TOP. 
slightly damaged, $1300 or offers 
38 4 8 16 4 or 384-31S9. 


1974 BOBCAT WAGON, 4- 
speed, $1700 or best offer. 
478-5110. 


1973 TOYOTA CELICA ST, LADY 
owned and driven, good condi¬ 
tion, $2200 or best offer, 
112-749-6360. 


73 ASTRE WAGON, NO REA 
sonable offer refused. Must sell 
383 5995. 


Reg. 

MroGur 


riAMC Jeep fFhlAlrl 


"AIR COND" 

'71 BUICK 4 DR. H.T. 
Exceptional Condition, 
loaded and 'cool' for 
summer driving! 

$2495 

Call Bob Allison 
REGMIDGLEY 
MOTORS LTD. 
385-8756 736Cloverdale 

OL51M 


'71 COMET GT . 

302 auto, ps, pb. bucket seats, 
wide oval tires in extremely nice 
condition. $1,895 PAINTER 
MOTORS LTD., 1513 Quadra, 
385-0122. DS802. 


1972 THUNDERBIRO. FULLY 
equipped with automatic trans¬ 
mission, power brakes, power 
steering, air conditioning, power 
seats, cruise control, radial tires. 

IMSO or 


1972 CHEVELLE MALIBU, 
automatic, high performance 350. 
radio, power steering, power as¬ 
sist brakes, clean, new paint, 
steel radials, priced to sell Trade 
tor camper or boat. 2810 Ad- 
mlrals Road after 5. 


72 MUSTANG 

351 auto, ps, pb, bucket seats. 
S2995 PAINTER MOTORS LTD.. 
1513 Quadra, 385-0122. D5802. 


1972 TOYOTA CORONA MARK II 
stationwagon. Regularly main 
talned Engine in excellent condi¬ 
tion $2200. Karen 477-6911 Local 
6196QT 721-3876 


1971 CHEVELLE MALIBU Con¬ 
vertible, new paint, new top, 60.- 
000 miles, well maintained, auto¬ 
matic, small V8, $2900 or offers. 
598-7346. 


1972 VEGA GT KAMBACK, 4 
speed, am/fm cassette, 60,000 
miles, radials plus new radial 
snows. Good condition. $1100 
O BO 383-1971 


1972 FORO MONTEGO MX, 351 
motor, lust had carburator over¬ 
hauled, malor tune-up. Tested. 
New paint lob. $2050. 382-4813 or 
382-1314. 


1971 CHRYSLER NEW 
Yorker, 4 door hardtop. PS, PB. 
PW. A/C. tested, very well main¬ 
tained. Sacrifice. $1,250 obo. 
595 56Q6 


1971 VEGA WITH 400 CU MOTOR 
and trans drive shaft, bil cooler • 
not finished Qters 479-6859. 


1973 BUICK CENTURY. 2- 
door, vinyl roof, V8, radio and 
8-track, S2500 or offers 477-5243. 

MINT CONDITION, 1974 DAT- 
sun 710, automatic, 25,000 miles, 
must be seen. $4200.479-6460 

1974 MERCURY MONTEGO- V8 
automatic, 40,000 miles, well 
maintained 385-1475 

74 OATSUN B210, 4 SPEED 
trans, $2395 or best offer. 479-5594 
any time. 

1974 PINTO 3 DOOR RUN- 
about. deluxe, 4 speed, Mlchelins. 
$1895 8693 Lochside, 656-5171. 

1974 DODGE MONACO 2 DOOR 
hard top, 360 V8 automatic, $2400 
721 3319 

1974 PONTIAC VENTURA, 44,000 
miles, oood condition, Michellns. 
38? 8059 or 385-7085 

1974 GREMLIN, STANOARD. 
tested, excellent condition, S2000. 
652-4973. 

'73 VW SUPER BEETLE, HAS 
sunroof. Very good condition. 
478-3466 

1974 FIAT 124, DOESN'T RUN, 
needs ollpump, $350 or best offer 
Phone 477-2044 

1973 CHEVELLE MALIBU, 
$2200. 388 5907 

FORD BRONCO, 74, REBUILT, 
offers 381 5451 after 6*>m 

1973 VW BEETLE, 1600 CC, Ex¬ 
cellent condition. $2400. 385-3460, 
after 6 pm. 

1973 AUSTIN MINI. 2 DOOR 
sedan, oood condition. 385-1842 

74 CHEV MALIBU, GOOD CON- 
dltion. $3500 385-4768 

1974 VEGA FOR SALE 

Phone 386-6404 

1974 VEGA. GOOD MECHANI- 
cal condition. $1395. 382-8951. 

1973 CAPRI. V6, 4-SPEED, Ex¬ 
cellent condition. $2700 384-4250. 

1171 -1972 


150 CARS FOR SAU 

1972 CHARGER SPECIAL EDI- 
tlon, very oood condition, asking 
$1700 offers. Phone 383-5657, 
479-5355. 

1971 VOLKSWAGEN, HEAO- 
ers, mags, TA's, 4 snowies and 
more 35,000 on new engine. Very 
good condition. 652-2981 after 
4pm 

1972 COROLLA, 4 SPEED STAN- 
dard, 51,000 miles, four radial 
tires- good running condition. 
S1500. 598-8156 evenings only. 

1972 EL CAMINO, 402, TA RA 
dials, power steering, power 
brakes. G M. mags. $3700. 
385-5500 day 

72 TOYOTA COROLLA 1«00. 4 
speed Radials. 41,000 miles. Ex- 
ceptlonallv clean. Second owner 
Must be seen. 479-4829 

1971 PINTO HATCHBACK 
289/VI, Automatic, Shlftklt, 
Sunroof, Mags, Radials. Many 
Extras. Offers. 246-9759 Che- 
malnus. 

'71 MAVERICK 4-DOOR, 250—6 
cylinder, eutomatlc trans Good 
condition. Reliable transport. 
$1800. 384-2457. 

1972 CADILLAC COUPE DE- 
Ville, air, cruise control, 
AM/FM, yerv clean, $3500or best 
Otter. 384-4267 

1972 DATSUN 510 $1500. VERY 
good mechanical condition. 
Please call after 5,386-3249 

71 VEGA, NEW TRANS. PAINT, 
and mufflers, $900 or best offer. 
383-7689 after 5 30 

1972 PLYMOUTH DUSTER, EX 
ceirtnj condition. Bv appointment 
only 478-4402. 

1971 CORTINA, REBUILT 1300-4 
soeejiNew paint, tested, $1000. 
386-2976. 

*71 TORINO, 302, P.S., P.B., 4 
extra tires, low mileage. $900 or 
best offer. 382-4523. 

1971 METEOR WAGON. 

ster ^ r X e S! ed W50 ' 

car. 595-762K 

1972 BUICK SKYLARK. 4-DOOR 
hardtop, 46,000 miles, VB. $2500. 
S9S-742S 

1972 FIAT SPORTS COUPE, Ex¬ 
cellent running condition, perfect 
summer car. Must sell. 477-7609 
before 12noon 

72 RED COUPE MUSTANG. V8. 
power steerlno, $2500, offers. 
592-9157 

71 MAZDA t>00 CC PICKUP, 
runs well, $500. requires TLC, 
595-6488, 477-7625 

MUST SELL, 1971 PLYMOUTH 
stationwagon, 9 passenger, 4 new 
tires. 479 4552. 

1971 DATSUN. 56,000 MILES, 
good body, needs new cylinder 
head. Offers. 383-5126. 

1972 BUICK SKYLARK, HARO- 
top, 350 automatic, under 49,000 
miles, $2200 or best offer. 

384 8883 

72 NOVA FOR SALE. 48.000 
miles $2000 or best offer 383-1537 

1972 VW SQUAREBACK, 30 
m.p.g. In town, $1000 invested In 
last 16 months $1950 479-6237 

1972 PINTO AUTOMATIC. GOOD 
clean condition, new tx okes. One 
owner $1050. 478-2005. 

1971 FIAT 124 SPORTS COUPE. 5 
speed trans, body needs some 
work, $500 478-8520 

1972 AUSTIN MINI 1000, GOOD 
condition, mags. $1500 383-3645. 

1971 STATION WAGON AMBAS 
sador, A 1 condition, 38&7S8). 

1971 VW 411, 66,000 MILES, 
runs well, asking $1450. 382 2368. 

72 AUSTIN MARINA, 2 OOOR, 
low mileage, $850. 478-6958 

lr , a 7 ^ A .. T &^ CHEAP 

72 PINTO,$1295. 

383 4531 

1970 «wKm 

VW BUG, SPECIAL 

This 1969 Car, has been carefully 
brought back to new condition. It 
has a fully rebuilt 1500CC engine, 
new clutch, new brakes, 5 new 
tires, new exhaust system, re¬ 
built starter, generator and car¬ 
burator plus new paint, extras 
include rear speakers, electric 
rear window defooger, runs and 
looks as new. Offers to $2800. 
642-5790. 

DON'T PASS THIS UP! 

One owner '69 BUICK SPORT 
WAGON, (Vista Cruiser). V8. 
automatic, power steering, power 
brakes, power seats and win¬ 
dows Just like new! Only car like 
it in town! Phone or see, MARTIN 
CUMMINGS. 382-7121 or Res 
477-8476 Empress Pontiac Buick 
GMC Ltd DL 5701 

1970 OOOGE 'SUPERBEE' 
rare model, hi-perfor mance. 383 
Maonutn with 4 speed, fresh air 
hood scoop, G60's on all four, and 
original paint and decals, must be 
seen, no reasonable offer refused, 
385-8249 anytime. 

I960 THUNDERBIRO 2 OOOR 
hardtop, original California car. 
Excellent condition. 352 engine. 
Automatic, power seats, steering, 
and brakes. Original interior, 
new tires Factory air and radio. 
Classic car. Only S5000 658-1057 

CLASSIC CAR, 1961 CHEVRO- 
let impala, white convertible, 
new red too. large white wall 
tires, power steering, power 
brakes, 283, 79,000 original miles, 
excellent condition. Must see. 
$3500 592-7198 

1968 MUSTANG. 289 V8 NOTCH- 
back, absolutely Immaculate In¬ 
side and out Never damaged 
since new. This showroom auto Is 
being offeree for $27 50. Phone 
287-3180 Campbell River 

70 SIMCA 1204 FRONT WD SEMI 

AT 4D H-back. Rear seats 
dropped to make a wagon. Front 
seats drop back to make bed. New 
paint, excellent condition. $1295. 
After 5 Dm. 382-4179. 

1969 BUICK SKYLARK, AUTO- 
mafic, 69,000 miles, power steer¬ 
ing, power brakes, trailer hitch, 
transmission cooler Good condi¬ 
tion. $1195, or closest offer. 
598-5038. 

68 BARRACUDA 

V 8, auto, ps, pb. bucket, mags, 
$2595 PAINTER MOTORS LTD. 
1513 Quadra St , 385-0122, D5802 

„ ^ ONE OWNER 68 

Dodge, 383, V8, auto, power steer¬ 
ing, power brakes, new tires, 4 
door hardtop. Sharp bodv. S875. 
658-8478 

GREAT STUDENT STARTER 

1961 vauxhall. oood running con- 
dition. First come, first serve, 
$250. Call Rav. 388-6275 pager 
2495. 

1969 CHRYSLER NEWPORT 
custom 2 door hardtop, PS, PB, 
radio, newly tested, reliable 
transportation, $750obo 595-5606. 

CONVERTIBLE 

1969 Chev, 327, PS, PB. new top 
and exhaust. Exceptional condl- 
tlon Closest offer to $2500. 

364 9634 

1951 PLYMOUTH 4 OOOR, 88,000 
miles, excellent condition, new 
rebuilt engine, receipts, 2 owners 
only Best offer Ron, 112-746-6876. 

1968 BUICK SPORTS WAGON, 
automatic, power steering, power 
brakes, power windows, radio, 
new tires. 68,000 miles. Excellent 
condition. $850.598-6844. 

1967 CAMARO 327, GM HEI IG- 
nition, edilbrock, hottev. easier, 
lurbo 350, shift kit. 10 bolt 4.11 
rear end and much more, $2850. 
477-5873between 6 30-8pm. 

1969 OOOGE POLARA STA- 
tionwaoon, only 77,000 miles on 
oood power train with 383, roof 
rack, trailer hookup and good 
rubber, otters to $000 479-0534 

64 IMPALA SS 409 

Super clean, original California 
car auto, trans . power steering, 
brakes and windows, factory air, 
$4,400or closest 383-5210. 

1966 PARISIENNE, REBUILT 
motor and transmission, $895 or 
best otter. 1963 Rambler Classic, 
oood city car. $150. 204-1235 Bal¬ 
moral, 386-1510. 

67 FAIRLANE 500. 289 AUTO- 
matlc. power steering, power 
brakes, new paint and exhaust. 
Maos, good condition. Offers. 
479-8448 


ISO CARS FOR SAU 


E&K 


MOTORS LTD. 
383-6231 


nLOUiana: 1 

veoaATH/B 
Mg Midoet 
Datsun 710 A/T 
Porsche 914 
Mercury S.W. l 
M.G.8.G.T. 


DLS8I1 


HELP! 

We're Overstocked 


3 Cougar XR7 $3495 $2995 $500 
1 Le Mans Con $3995 $3495 $500 

4 TBIrd $4995 $4495 $500 

3 Charger SE $3495 $2995 $500 
4Cuda F/B $2595 $2095 $500 

4 Challenger $3995 $3495 $500 
Many More to Choose From 

"Reasonable" Offers accepted 
Trades Welcome 
PAINTER MOTORS LTD. 

005 Douglas 388-6196 D5802 


kSS S WITH 
Jldsmobile 


r sedan, $850, 
sedan, V8. 
er steerlno. $1595; 
i Beetle, $895; '71 


Ing, $895. Super Motors Ltd., 
DL5015, 2538 Government Street, 
385-0031 After hours, 382-1559 


ONE MUST GO 


leather, full power, ai 
either 384-2889 after 5 


. air. $2200 for 


VOLVO WAGONS 
We have 3 oood Quality used 
tatlon wagons at McCal 
tors Ltd Please call Doug 


THRIFTY AUTO 


1957 MONARK 4-DR HARDTOP 
V8 auto. $1000 or best otter 
1963 Buick. 4-door hardtop, new 
brakes, tested, dependable. 
388-6843 days. 385-9495 nights 


COLLECTORS TWO HILLMAN 
Husky vans. 1962 Need work, re^ 
storable Otters. 478-4139; after 3 
pm, 652-1764. 


$1495 642-5731. 


69 CORTINA GT 


•nags, radial TA's, fresh 
isslon, tonneau, $2850. 


hroughout. 99,000 


ID. 62 
2.007 


C-7 


ISO CARS FOR SUE 


1960 . 
mites 


BUICK ELECTRA. 47,000 
rS, 2 owners- Al condition, 445 
In, trades $3200,595-6904 


1968 CADILLAC 4 OOOR HARD 
top sedan. Excellent condition 
Offers on $1800 478 6293 


69 ROADRUNNER, GOOD 

$Sa*i8H5348 bC ASMf)0 


1966 BEAUMONT SPORT DE 
luxe, 2-door hardtoo, 283 V8. auto, 
console, bucket seats. 477-9132 


1966 OLOS CUTLASS. 455 TURBO 
400, new paint, $950 or best offer 
478-8461. 


66 MUSTANG, EXCELLENT IN 
vestment, $2995. 386-364) 


1967 VOLKSWAGEN STATION 
ronninfl corw,l,,on * 


VOLVO, 1964, MOOEL 544, $100 
Will run. Needs work for test 
382-2685, 388-7696, ask for Grant 


TWO 1948 TRIUMPH MAY- 
(lowers suitable tor restoration 
$300 477-2019. 


1960 HUMBER SUPER SNIPE 
Series 11, good running condition, 
$450. 383-3951 


67 PLYMOUTH, SLANT 6, GOOD 
engine, good tires, offers 
385-5382. 


1958 MORRIS OXFORD. GOOD 
condition. $325 or best offer. 
598-4849. 


1965 BELETT ISUZU. 46.000 
miles, $550 or offers. Phone 
595-7467. 


1965 METEOR MONTCALM, 
working condition, temporary II- 
cense, bargain, $125. 592-1515. 


1969 EPIC 
Runs, $100, 385-2560 


1968 COUGAR, BEST OFFER TO 
$1500. 382-2348 


69 MINI, MOTOR WORK BEEN 
done. $350 Call Clayton 385-7179 


1967 DODGE POLARA. $200. 
477-9147 


'65 COMET, FOR SALE AS IS. 
best offer 382 4 502 


1960 PONTIAC, 4-DOOR HARD- 
top convertible. 477-6304 


67 BUICK SPECIAL TESTED 
till Feb 1980 478-5893 


NOT A ROTARY. 69 MAZDA 
1500, $600. 477-6*18 after 5 


67 4 DOOR ACADIAN. STAN 
dard. $450. 595-2454 


1970 PONTIAC 4 DOOR, 350, 
power brakes, fair condition 
$790 385 7654 or 385 7918 


1966 CHEV IMPALA SEDAN, 
very good condition. 382-9400 


1970 TOYOTA COROLLA. RE- 
built engine, $800 479-8192 


'68 PLYMOUTH WAGON. 383 
automatic. $125 4 77-0301 


1967 CORTINA GT, 4 SPEED, 
radials, rebuilt engine and trans. 
$600 or best Otter, 385-5620 


STOP MOTORS 
EVERYDAY ISSALE DAY!! 
2524 DOUGLAS ST 383 3635 


71 VILLAGER WAGON MID 
size, good condition. 383-3211. 
478-S89S 


1971 MAZDA 1800. 4 DOOR 
automatic, good transportation, 
$600. Call 384 2420 


'67 CHEV CAPRICE. $350. '67 
Cougar. $300 Evenings or week 
ends: 642-5307 


72 OLDSMOBILE, EXCELLENT 
condition, $2500 Phone 385-4128 


151 SPORT, IMPORT CARS 


itlac, good condition, 
r to $800TCall 479-1778 



aia loving mechanics. 1958 Edsel 
.orsalr, not running, tor sale or 


CONVERTIBLE 


hardtop, 
$2000 c 


ASSIC, 

condition. 


1964 AUSTIN CAMBRIDGE, 


1966 CHRYSLER 300, 4-OOOR. 
"op. Excellent condition. 
479-6381. 


68 CHEVELLE 2-DOOR HARO- 


1934 PLYMOUTH SEDAN, 
rough condition, offers Few 1940 
Chev body parts 10960 Chalet Rd, 
Sidney. 


1969 MERCURY MARQUIS, 
(Oily powered, good condition, 
$130p 642-3138 


1968 PLYMOUTH FURY II 
slant 6. automatic, good condl 
tlon, $650 595-4792 


1965 CHEVELLE MALIBU 
wagon, trade or sell. $750. 
381-6415. 


ONE OWNER 1960 MORRIS 
Minor, excellent condition, 
offers. 477-3028 


1959 VAUXHALL VICTOR, NEW 
clutch, brakes, generator and ra- 
dlals. Runs well. $300.479-7442. 


1961 ANGLIA SEDAN, 43.000 
original miles, good condition, 
$500 firm 595-1671, 


1968 BARRACUDA. $975. WHITE 
Interior. Radio. Nicecar 382-4127 


1968 CHEVELLE HARD-TOP. 
auto irans, good tires, tested, 
bargain, $350. 598 4783. 


1951 DESOTO. RUNNING BUT 
J ‘ -ifters? 


1969 AUSTIN AMERICA, Ex¬ 
cellent condition, $950 or offers. 
S9S 7467, , * 


79 300 DIESEL 
SI ,500 less than new 
78 450 SSL 
$4,000 less than 
replacement cost 
78 300 DIESEL 
$4,000 less than 
replacement cost 
73 280 

A beauty! $12,775 
OPEN 'TIL9P.AA. 

Government 

at 

Hillside 

385-6737 


1979 280Z X. 


l only, black and gold limited 
edition 1979 Datsun 280Z X, air 
cond. P.S.. gold 4 spoke maos, 

cruise control. P w , am/fm 4 
. ^ , n 

. trans. 

-perfor 

mance Must be sold to make 
room for new stock. No reason 
able offer refused 

STEVE SUMMERS 
McCALLUM MOTORS 
382-9039, 05603,382-6122 


liuisc luiikui, r- w , am-rrr 
speaker stereo, 2800cc, fuel 
lected 6 cyl. with 5 speed trai 
Luxury with incredible perf< 


1972 MERCEDES 1 * SE L" 
stretched body style, silky 
smooth gas power, from a 4.5 litre 
(276 cu Tn) fuel infected V8, am- 
fm, power steering, power 
brakes, air, sepecate L/R heat 
controls, 3 speed console auto¬ 
matic. centralized automatic 
locking system tor all doors, 
trunk, lid and fuel tiller port 72, 
350 miles, but you would'nt know 
from Its showroom condition. 
First offer over $12,000 takes. 
Phone 595-7201. 


1977CELICA LIFTBACK 
Am/tm 8 track, sunroof, mags, 
near new radials, sport mirrors, S 
speed, 21,400 miles, complete ser 
vice record, 1 owner, cl tv tested 
July 1980, metallic blue, black 
interior. Must be seen to be ap¬ 
preciated 

STEVE SUMMERS 
McCALLUM MOTORS 
382 9039, DS603, 382-6122 


TURBO 

1978 Saab 99 3-dr. Turbo, our Gen. 
Managers Personal Demonstra¬ 
tors is now for sale Full details, 
specifications and the orice of 
this exceedingly impressive auto¬ 
mobile are available exclusively 
from John Prior at Thomas Pllm- 
ley Ltd., 382-9121. 0592 


”78 CORVETTE" 
Silver Anniversary 

The classic 2-tone grev with bur- 

f iandv velour interior. Immacu- 
afeinterior 388-7722. 

YATESAUTOSALES 
950 Yates St_DLS268 


1958 CORVETTE- CAR SHOW 
material, immaculate condition, 
high performance 302- new paint, 
custom interior and engine com¬ 
partment, chrome throughout, 
new tires and wheels Must be 
seen Open to serious otters only. 
H2-24S 3432 


77TRIUMPH TR7 

One Owner 9.000 ml. 
Exceptional! 

DePAPE MOTORS ITD. 
i ndooi s af 779 Pandora 
384-8035 _D-S3H 


1975 TR6 

Blue, radial tires, tonn 
am/fm cassette, overdrive, 
maculate condition, asking « 
-- l-StfO 


iiiaiumic lunamun, «$Kii 

for quick sale Phone 658 5 























































































































































































































































































































































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151 SPOUT, IMPORT CMS 



0 


& 


capital city awt# 


280Z 


1977 5 spd.. metallic brown, 
16,000 ml. only, immaculate. 

$9,500 


BMW 


1976 530i, auto. In Sierra Beige, 
sun roof, stereo cassette. 

$11 950 

MERCEDES 

1968 ?30 6 cyl, beige with red In¬ 
terior. engine completely 
rebuilt Probably the finest 
available *4,995 

1750GOVERNMENT ST. 

750B DL 5066 


EUROCAR 

One only, new 1979 Alfa Romeo 

i^7S 131 Flat automatic 
Pembroke Street. 383-3626. 


CONVERTIBLE 

'68 Firebird, V8, 350, console, 
auto, radlals. Pristine condition. 


66 T-BIRD CONVERT 
Runnfno real good, needs some 
electrical and body work. New 
top, si,700. 38S-6237,382-2556. 


1968 TRIUMPH GT6. NEW 
< lutch. paint, wire wheels, second 
body, rebuilt transmission and 
rear end. flawless motor S2400or 
best offer 384-2184 (Doug). 


1978 TRANS AM. BLACK. 8,000 
km 400. auto, PS, PB, PW, W$* 
suspension. Craig stereo c/w 
boost eq. and Jensen separates. 

112-453-4587 


1972 240Z, GOOD CONDITION. 
*3850 or best offer. 1971 Super 
Beetle, radlals and mags. Good 
condition. *1750 or. best offer. 
479-4646 


SPORTY AND ECONOMICAL 
1972 Fiat 8S0 Spyder Convertible, 
new paint, tuned and tested. Clos¬ 
est offer to si500. Must sell. 

477-9796 


78 AUSTIN MINI COOPER, 
only 5000 miles. Like new and 
spotless. Many extras. $3450. 
Timmls Motor Company. DL 
00983B. 388-6229,477-6357 


1972 MG MIDGET, HARDTOP, 
tonneau cover, excellent condi¬ 
tion. Must sell, going to school. 
52275. 112-758-5728 between 5-8 

pm. 


1974 TR6, WHITE, DELUXE, 
overdrive, sound mechanically, 
tape and tonneaux top, $5500 
firm. 595-4354 after 6. 


1977 TR7, 45,000 MILES, BROWN 
with black vinyl roof, sunroof, 
am/fm 8 track stereo, 85300. 

385-7007. 


1971 MGB, STUDENT MUST 
sell, 4,000 on rebuilt, wires, over¬ 
drive. brakes and front bearing 
lust done. 748-1075evenings. 


1972 MGB, MECHANICALLY 
sound, oood tires, brakes and ex¬ 
haust, needs paint. 82150. 
384-8466. 


1978 ANNIVERSARY COR 
vette, air conditioning, cruise 
control, automatic Inquires be- 
tween 5-8 pm, 642-4349. 


MUST SELL 1967 MERCEDES 
230, rebuilt engine, new brakes, 
muffler, radlals, well maln- 
talned, offers on 82800.656-6353 


1971 BMW 2002, SUNROOF, 
stereo. Weber carberators Ask¬ 
ing 83700. Will accept trade. 

112-758-9024. 


1962 CORVETTE, ALL STOCK. 
Excellent condition 327 cubic 
rich 340 horse. 4 speed. Two tops 
477-0082, after Son Friday 


CORVETTE 

1976 L82 automatic, silver grev, 
12,500 miles. Loaded. New 72i's. 
Best offer over 810,000.383-3184 


VOLVO 1963 544, VERY GOOD 
condition, must be seen. 658-5019. 


NEW 78 TRIUMPH SPITFIRE, 
383 8391 5600 K,m ‘ ASkln ° Sa20 ° 


1958 AUSTIN HEALEY 100-6, 
brown over tan, 86295. 3863290, 
592 2471, ask for Bill. 


70 TR6, VERY GOOD CONDI- 
tion Otters on 83800 Bargain. 

385 2239 


75 VOLVO 242, AUTOMATIC, 33,- 
000 miles, pood condition, 84700 or 
nearest offer. 592-3189. 


ALFA ROMEO. 1750 CC. TOTAL- 
ly restored immaculate condi¬ 
tion. 85500 4763282 


67 RED XKE JAGUAR COUPE, 
excellent running condition, 86700 
firm. After Spm. 592-9026. 


1970 TR6, IMMACULATE CON- 
dition, 53,000 miles. 83500. 
477-0634. 


WIFE'S PREGNANT. SO... 
must sell my baby. 77 Camaro 
Z?8. low mileage, many options, 
479 6821. 


1972 FIAT SPORTS COUPE, Ex¬ 
cellent running condition, perfect 
summer car. Must sell. 477-7609 
before 12noon 


76 FIAT, 128. 3P, RED, RADIO, 
radlals and snows, rare model, 
good condition. 595-1392 


1973 240Z, EXCELLENT CONDI- 
tlon, golden brown. Between 
4 8pm. S92-0570 


74 PORSCHE 914, 2 LITRE, Ex¬ 
cellent condition, low mileage. 
Asking 86900. 477-5929. 


72 CAPRI, HIGH PERFOR- 
mance 4-speed, good shape, 
51850. 477-4967. 


RED 280Z, GOOD THROUGH- 
out, must sell, offers, 385-9250 
evenings.. 


1975 AUDI FOX, 83500. 743-3088 
after 5 pm. 


WANTED BMW 2002 
No rust, low miles. 388-5308. 


WANTED: CHALLENGER 
with 4 speed, 478-0456 after 5:30. 


, 5$8£T&J r I&wph,a-i shape, 

S2.300 388-4629or 383-3146. 


MGB FOR SALE. NEEDS 
work, 383-1072. 


1970 LOTUS ELAN PLUS TWO, 
85000 firm. Kim: 592-9015. 


78 FIAT X19, BRONZE, 8000 
miles. 86100.479-8878 


1978 FIAT 131, 5 SPEED, EX- 
cellent condition, 84,700.595-4536. 


19 2L 5 *i! TFI 8I' »»000 miles. 

53200, offers. 595-8724. 


1959 MORGAN, MANY EXTRAS, 
510,000 Firm. 5956620. 


154 TRUCKS, RUSES 
AND VANS 


Why Buy 
A used 4x4 

When you can buy a new Suzuki 
4x4 for 86495. 30 m.p.g. highway 
speeds, 31* turning circle, water - 
pr oof ignition, 2 speed trans case. 
Four models a vail able at 
Gregg All Terrain vehicles 
554 Coronation Ave 
Duncan BC 
748-5814 eves 2469896 
DL5963 division of Discovery 
Honda. 


1977 DATSUN 
Deluxe Cab Truck 

This truck Is equipped with 4 spd, 
amfm cassette, sunroof, mar 
wheels ' 
price 

$5695 

DOUG FOSTER, McCallum 
Motors Ltd. 

381 6060 382-6122 

D5603 


m cassette, sunroof, mao 
els and conopv Replacement 
e Is 88,213. Our asking price Is 


1976 GMC VANDURA, SEMI 
finished interior, 51.500 miles, 
54300 or best offer .592 1049, 


'77 DODGE POWER WAGON 
4x4, fullv loaded. 87500. After 6, 


ISA 


TRUCKS, BUSES 

AND VANS 


74 Blazer, V8 auto, radio, roll 
bars. 


GARDEN 

CITY 


AUTO LEASE LTp. 

FORDSTEPSIDE 

uto, PS. pt 

$5995 

4X4 

76 Ford Shortbox. V8, 4 spd, pw, 
pb, free wheeling hubs. 

$6195 

4X4 

V8 auto, 

(Special) $5195 

75 GMC Van 

6 auto, radio, new paint 

$3895 

75 GMC 3/4 

sierra Classic Crew Ceb, V(, 
auto, ps, pb. radio, tilt, 2 tone. 

$5,)95 

4X4 

74 Chev Custom Deluxe, 6wheel 
auto, ps, pb, radio, CB. 

$5195 

MANY MORE TRUCKS, VANS 
AND4X4S TO CHOOSE FROM. 

TRADES WELCOME 
NO REASONABLE 
OFFER REFUSED 
100% FINANCINGO.A C. 
OPEN 

9:00A.M.-8:00 P.M. » 

2978 DOUGLAS ST. 
302-9)11 
P-5721 ■ 


B. MADSEN 

MOTORS LTD. 


Drive a little further 
Save More 

77GMC%PU,4spd. 

70 FARGO and camper 
77FORDF250,4spd. 

71VW window van 
77 F250 Super Cab 

74 CHEV 1 ton van 

76 FORD4X4 

75 DODGE Van 

74 OATSUN and camper 
72 FORD F250 

77 GMC 3 /« PU, auto. 

78 GMC 6500 series 
with 20' box 

7522' Sun Kamper 
motorhome 

Plus a wide selection 
of quality used 
automobiles. 
Government tested. 

a ?avi sookettoed 
47(3011 
DLS4S0 



Many More 
To Choose From 

Excellent Selection 
Used Vans and 
Trucks 

3200 DOUGLAS 
ATCLOVERDALE 
382-2313 

MON. TOFRI.9TIL9 
SAT. 9TIL 5 DL5881 


Tl Dodge % 

$4995 

73 Ford 'h ton 

$3195 

75 Dodge Club 

$2995 

75 Dodge Van 

$3195 

71 Dodge Van 

$2195 

76 GMC 3/a ton 

$5195 

77 Dodge Vi ton 

$3995 

74 Dodge Van 

$2995 


76 DODGE B100 TRADESMAN 
van, one owner only Economical 
slant 6 engine, 39,000 miles, stan¬ 
dard New tires on rear. In per 
feet new condition, $4000 firm, 
246-9886 

1979 FORD F100. 302-6. 3 SPEED, 
power steering, radio, rear step 
bumper, undercoated. Custom 
tool box. Like new. still on war¬ 
ranty. Have a look and make an 
offer 478-9497 after 6 pm 

1974 DODGE, B-300. % TON. 
lono box, 318, power steering, 
power brakes, automatic trans¬ 
mission. $2950 or best reasonable 
otter 388-7103 or 477-6911, local 

1971 DODGE VAN, 35,000 ON 
new economical slant 6, new muf¬ 
flers, trans, brakes, customized 
Interior, sun-roof, mags, tape 
deck, $2500 or best otter. 386*567. 
479-0257. 

4X4 

J /4-ton, '78 Chev Silverado, auto¬ 
matic, camper special, 22,000 
kms. 477-7914. 

76 GMC VAN, 6 CYLINDER, 
standard traps, radial tires, high 
back bucket seats, radio, side 
mirrors, insulated and panelled, 
short wheel base, 652-1333. 

WESTPHALIA CAMPER IN EX-' 

ceptional condition. Only 21,000 
miles on rebuilt engine. Reduced 
to $4,250 . 652-3785 or see at 1034 
Waverley, Brentwood Bav 

1976 FORD % TON WITH 
canopv, metallic green In excel 
lent condition. Box barely mark 
ed. 360 Auto. PS, PB $5800. 
592-1541. 

1974 JEEP WAGONEER, 4X4, 
V8 automatlc, power steering, 
power brakes, radio, roof rack, 
radial tires etc. $4700 or best 
otter 743-9312,743-4681. 

GET AWAY FOR THE WEEK- 
ends in this clean and excellent 

running raised top van. Great 
layout. Must be seen to be appre¬ 
ciated. Offers on $3200.478-5661. 

MOVING, MUST SELL THIS 
month, 78 Black E150 V8, 351 at, 

P S., P.B., fully Insul. Custo¬ 
mized. Loads of extras. Asking 
58750 for quick sale. 478-5550 

75 FORD F250, V8, AUTOMATIC. 
Power steeino, power brakes, 
radio, twin tanks, new paint, good 
condition, 63,000 miles, $3395? 
478-9329. 

78 CHEV Va TON VAN, V8, 
power steering, power brakes, tilt 
wheel, cruise, mags, TAs, head¬ 
ers, pipes, custom Interior, 
stereo, plnsfrlplng. 477-4448 

1967 VOLKSWAGEN WINDOW 
van, camperlzed, 1600 engine. 
Good body, brakes, tires, new 
clutch, pop top. $850 or best offer. 
746 6367 Duncan. 


154 TRUCKS. RUSES 

M0 VMS 

'73 DODGE VAN. IMMACU- 
late condition. Rebuilt engine. 

3& v 3 c &sgr. ,,KI * !70 ° ° f b ” t 

1974 GMC SUPER CUSTOM 4X4, 
rebuilt trans with a Trasco shift 
kit. Custom exhaust, new U- 
Joints, 54,300 best offer. 383-0368 

1969 FORO VS TON, 302, V8, 
automatic, 8 track tape-deck, 4 
speakers, radio, dual exhaust. 
Good condition, 656-7186. 

76 FORD SUPER CAB, 6 CYLIN- 
der standard, power steering, 
power brakes, with cap, $4400. 
743-5948 after 6 pm. 

1969 DATSUN PICKUP 1300. 
tested. Recent paint, motor and 
windshield. $950 or trade tor Im¬ 
port camper. 478-8784. 

1971 14' STEP VAN, 350 ENGINE, 
automatic trans, power steering. 
Good running condition. 385*115 
or 384-5227, 

1970 VOLKSWAGEN WINDOW 
van, $1550. Phone 385-0031, After 
Hours 592-3540. Super Motors Ltd, 
2538 Government. DL5015 

1974 FORD 1 TON VAN, PAR- 
tlallv camperlzed, good condi¬ 
tion, asking $3,600 or offers. 
385-8)79. v 

1975 GMC 4X4, 350 AUTOMATIC, 
power steering, power brakes, 
good rubber, lots of extras, good 
condition, call 748*058 evenings. 

1970 GMC 3 TON TILT CAB, 
flatdeck, V8, 5 and 2 trans, very 
oood shape, S4500. No reasonable 
offer refused, 743-9312,743*681 

66 BRONCO 4X4, ALL NEW 
running gear, new 327 V8. plus 
goodies. Mags, new paint, other 
options Must sell. 112-246-3036 

1974 FORD 300 SUPER VAN, 302 
V8, automatic, p.s. and p.b., 47,- 
000 miles, excellent condition. 
112-537-2738. 

1979 36" SLEEPER. AIR CONDI 
tlon Ing and heater Off Peterbllt 
Conventional. $3000 firm. 
112-743-9035 

1973 DODGE 1-TON, 12' OECK, 
long wheel base, duals, 318 4 
speed, heavy suspension, 49,000 
miles. 112-748*242 evenings 

1974 INTERNATIONAL % TON, 
power steering, power brakes, 
«ulpmatic, Wlnnabago cap, $3500. 
9628-2nd Street, Sidney. 

1972 FORD V* TON 4X4, EXCEL 
lent runnlno order, $2800 with 
canopy, consider cash and/or re¬ 
liable older car or van, 478-9472 

1978 CHEV % TON, 4 X 4, 400 
automatic, power steering, power 
brakes, immaculate, 18,000 km, 
loaded with extras, 642-5421. 

1975 FORD VAN, PARTIALLY 
camperlzed, 25,000 miles, power 
brakes, automatic, radials, $3995. 
385-6715 

1976 GMC % TON. WITH SMALL 
camper back, 33,000 miles $3700 
or nearest offer Phone anytime, 
382-1883 

1967 VOLKSWAGEN VAN, RE 
built '72 engine, good condition, 
fully camperlzed, $1850 obo 
384-2675 between 11-5 pm. 

COMPATIBILITY IMPOR 
tant 29 year old Chev 1 ton seeks 
rebuilt *16 engine tor traveling 
BC. 4-9 pm, 479-9879. 

DODGE 4X4, V8 4-SPEED, P.S, 
p.b, 115" WB, tru-tracks ♦ 
spokes ♦ spare, canopy. 24,000 
m I les, must be seen 479-8598 

1976FORD250 XLT SUPER CAB. 
460cc VB Overloads, long wheel 
base Other extras, immaculate. 
Askhi^ $9200. Oeluxe canopy 

1977 FORD % TON RANGER. 

3 speed automatic, 20,500 miles. 
$5500 firm 479-3494.477-1466 

72 MAZDA, 80,000 MILES. 
Malor repairs done, fancy uphol 
stery Canopy. $1150.385-4810 

1971 JEEP STATIONWAGON, 4 

wmW-iow oood condmon 

1978 FULLY CAMPERIZED 
Volkswagen Weslphalle van Call 
between 5-7.479-4982 

1976 DODGE VAN '/i-TON STAN 
dard, 225 6 cycllnder, 22,000 
miles. $4500. 382-3292. 

1972 FORD %-TON 4-SPEED, 70,- 
000 miles, good condition. $1700 
After 6, 595 7046. 

HALF TON DODGE PICKUP, 
1?2 748*W4° ° r neare5t 0f,er ' 

74 INTERNATIONAL, 39,000, *4 
ton, body work, asking $2000. 
478-6807 

1971 DODGE 200 WINDOW VAN, 
camperlzed, excellent shape, $2,- 
400 or offers. 652-3375 

^ a ®<2J r a u ,Mv^ 

built, tested, $900. 478-8784. 

1960 DIVCO 283 AUTOMATIC, 
make good camper, offers on 
SHOO. 383-4743 

1979 EL CAMINO, VB. 4 SPEED, 2 
tone blue, vinvl roof. 656-3105, 
6567311. 

MECHANIC'S SPECIAL, 1968 
window van, needs work, $500. 
598-5498 after 5pm. 

1977 FORD VAN, EXCELLENT 
condition, 16,000 miles, phone 
after 6,749 3988. 

1972 DATSUN 1600 PICKUP, 
good mechanical condition, $1100 
or best offer. 474-1427 after 6 pm. 

1974 FORD CAMPERIZED VAN. 
low mileage. Good condition. 
$3600. 479-4727 

69 ECONOLINE VAN, NEEOS 
rings and valves, everything else 
In good shape $700. 382 6074 

1976 SCOUT TRAVELER, GOOD 
condition, loaded. Offers. 
721 3467. 

1977 DODGE Vj TON VAN, 18,000 
miles, camper top, excellent 
shape, $5500. 595-7442 

1969 FORD VAN, 6 CYLINDER, 
standard transmission, semi cus¬ 
tom, 658-5346. 

1977 FORD 250 SUPER CAB, 351 
V8, 4-speed, dual tanks. 

112-748*242 evenings 

1979 GMC VAN, 3 /4-TON, V8, 
automatic, power steering, power 
brakes. Phone 474 1692. 

1978 FORD XLT SUPER CAB 
Camper .Special. 4ao, tiedowns, 
13,000 miles SOOOO. 656 50(0 

J /4 TON FORD MERCURY WITH 
camperlzed canopv, excellent 
running condition 478-7553 

1971 TOYOTA; 32,100 MILES. 
With unlQue canopy. Many new 
parts, extras $3200 595-4208 

1966 FARGO WINDOW VAN, 
standard 6, good condition, $1300. 
477*455. 

1975 FORD F100 4X4, 360, 
canopy, 4 speed, oood condition, 
S4800 478 3t9(. 478T233. 

MECHANIC SPECIAL 1967 
Chev panel, 6 cylinder, needs 
motor work, $550. 478 6658. 

1975 DODGE VAN B100, V8, 
automatic, power brakes. Low 
mileage. $3500.388-4556 

1970 DODGE PICKUP, GOOD 
condition, 90,000 miles, $950. 
743-9135. 

1965 FORD ECONOLINE VAN, 
can be seen at 4l5 Michigan, Apt 

!?e. 77FORD BRONCO 4X4. 
642-4201 

1965 CHEV '/j TON, V8, AUTO. 
Offers. 478*257 5-9pm 

1975 DODGE CUSTOM VAN, 
custom paint, $7500 3862929 

1971 GMC, EXTRA TIRES, V8 
stereo, extras. 478 1626. 

1956 INTERNATIONAL '/a TON 
pick-up, $350. 383-1689 

1962 CHEV '/a-TON STEPSIDE 
pickup, otters on $800.477-4458. 

'66 JEEP V 4 -TON PICKUP. $2200. 
After 6,381-6369. 

1975 FORD '/a TON, RED, Ex¬ 
cellent condition, $3200 642-5773. 

1970 FORD 4X4, F100. 360 4- 
speed, $2200. 382-2185. 

1967 VW VAN, $1500. 953 HAMP- 
shlre Road 598-8185 

69 GMC SUBURBAN STATION 
wagon, $400 offers. 388*543 pager 


SATURDAY, AUGUST I, 1979 


154 


TRUCKS, BUSES 
AND VANS 


1957 FORD, RUNS BUT NEEOS 
carb work, 8200. 3860961. 


1956 FARGO PICK-UP, NEEDS 
engine work, 8100. 479-4730. 


158 ORES 


MICHELIN 

TIRES 

All sizes and types in 
stock now I at 

D&D lire 

1620 BLANSHARD 
382-7283 


FOUR ET GREY SPOKEO 
—^--*•— and Unl¬ 

it offer. 


rvun ci vjnct sru 
mags with caps and lugs arx 

598 8662 * CheV ' 1 


FOUR 10X16.5. GOOD SHAPE 
Mav be seen at Dunsmulr Super 
Service, SlQO. 


TWO MICHELIN STEEL BELT- 
ed radial*, 195x14V, hubs and 
Studds. 652-4573. 


PAIR F78X 14 TIRES ON 
Mazda/Courler rims, excellent 
condition. 835 each. 479-3338. 


FOUR G78 X 15, TWO CHROME 
reverse and 2 slot mags, 8400. 


1B0 PARTS, ACCESSORIES 
AND SERVICE 


ENGINES! 


ENGINES! ENGINES! 

AUGUST 

is 

ENGINE MONTH 

"REMAUFACTURED 

ENGINES" 

Ford — GM—Chrysler 

"SPECIAL PRICES" 

SHORT BLOCKS^-WITHOUT 
LONG BLOCKS —WITH HEADS 

C8AZ —6009 —CRS 

302 CU. IN. U/S SHORT BLOCK 
6H-72MUSTANG. FORD. 
METEOR 

REG. $597.75 
AUGUST SPECIAL $535 

MONTHLY PAYMENTS 
Can Be Arranged on 
Approved Credit! 

SPECIAL INSTALLED 
PRICE,ON REQUEST! 

COMPARE 
OUR PRICES 
ARE LOWER 

OPEN 

SATURDAYS 

'Til4:30p.m. 

Mon.-Fri. 

'Til 10p.m. 

SUBURBAN 
Do It Yourself 
Parts Store 

3377 DOUGLAS ST. 

At Saanich Rd. 


388 5171 


B2SS6H 

AUTO SUPPLY 
& REPAIR CENTRE 

"Everything from « floor mat 
to a complete engine " 

l M 

QUALITY REPAIRS - 
GUARANTEED 
HIGH PERFORMANCE 
TUNING 


MUFFLERS BRAKES-SHOCKS 
'Famous 15 min muffler service' 

mssus 

AUTO STEREO SYSTEM SALES 
Expert installations Guaranteed 

Open 8 Days A Week 

(WED.-THURS.-FRI. 'TIL9) 
735 Clover dale_ 3862155 




BEETLE 

AUTO 

HAU& 


Volkswagen Parts 
Accessories and Repairs 

2821 DOUGLAS ST 382 1815 
(Across From Colony Motor Inn) 


ROADSIDE 

AUTO 

REPAIR 

LOCAL VWEXPERTS 
627 DUNEDIN 

385-2215 


WILLET AUTOMOTIVE LTD 
2940 Douglas, 385-2511 
Tune-ups 
4 cylinder, 828.50 
6cvllner, 833.50 
8 cylinder, $41.50 
Parts and labour Included, most 
cars 

Lube, oil and filter SPECIAL- 
5999 most cars 

Parts and Accessory Sales 


. FIAI 


FACTORY TRAINED 
SPECIALIST 
Unbeatable Rates and Service 
import Auto Services 385-2)31 


1969 MAZDA 1500 FOUR DOOR 
sedan, good doors, glass and front 
end, 4 rims and hubcaps, 2 good 
tires, electrical system, 4-speed 
transmission, rear end, radiator 
and heater, header exhaust sys¬ 
tem Offers. 479 3338. 


57 GMC STEPSIDE LONGBOX, 
no motor, mags, new tires, new 
brakes, headers, some chrome on 
interior, S and W gauges Has 
potential, but needs body work 
View at Wright's Chevron, or call 
385-5172 


PIONEER CAR CASSETTE 
plaver, amp and speakers. Used 
for 3 weeks. 20 watts 
R.M.S./chanoel. Dolby Regular: 
S436. Selling: S290.385-7581. 


MOVING MUST SELL 56 CHEV 
front end and doors. Assorted 56 

4 C 9 hr 5Ta. T v«ii° MX 

rad. Reasonable. 6565100 


ROOF FOR 69-72 BLAZER OR 
Jimmy. Headers for 59 Chev PU, 
V8, 2 speed automatic transmls 
slon. 283 Heads and Intake. 
478-6408 after 6 pm. 


$ CASHS 

We buy scrap cars and trucks. 
Instant service haullno, 478-2397. 


HIGH PERFORMANCE 327 EN 
pine, Tubo 350 transmission. 12 
bolt post rear end. ET mags. 
385-1996 after 4pm 


IM PMTS, ACCESSORIES 
AND SERVICE 

VW MOTORS 

Rebuilt, exchange from $285 

6 months— 6 , 000 ml. warranty 

_ BEETLE AUTO HAUS 

2821 Douglas St. 382-1815 

RADIATOR REPAIRS, FAST 
top quality repairs at Maurice's 
Aulo Body, 427 Beta St., phone 

hind the Burnside Pav and Save 
Gas’Statlon. 

„ VICTORIA 4-WHEEL DRIVE 
FREE WHEELING HUBS for 
any mike of 4-wheel dr 1 ve. 

^ 597 Hillside at Rock Bay 
0-13531 386*511 

1972 BLAZER, HEAVY DUTY 3- 
speed transmission and transfer 
case. Also 1972 4-speed transmis¬ 
sion. 478-5927 

AMC-T35 AUTO TRANS, COM- 
plete, recently rebuilt, plus STK 4 
barrel manifold and other parts. 
477*092 

tired of paying too 

much? Phone Les at 595-4015 for 
certified automotive repairs, rea¬ 
sonable rates 

USED “SIOUX" VALVE RE- 
tacer and bench, plus access¬ 
ories, like new condition. Wilt 
479 4309 anytime. 

REBUILT 59 BUICK DYNA- 
flow 2 speed automatic transmis¬ 
sion. $160 or offers. 384-7297 after 
Spm 

77 DATSUN 710 TRANSMIS¬ 
SION low mileage, can be bolted 
directly Into a Oatsun 510. 
478*831 

1955 CHRYSLER WINDSOR DE 
luxe, engine seized, for parts or 

47? 263l( * $0are wt '* e,s ' ,125 Cal1 

1960 FORD TRUCK PARTS, 
posi. trac rear end, 3-speed trans¬ 
mission, shocks, wheels and tires, 
radio, bucket seats. 595-7918. 

1956 FORD 312 MOTOR. TRANS 
and rear end, verv good running 
order Bodv for paiTvSell com¬ 
plete, $425. Phone 595-4992 

1971 FIAT (SO SPYDER 39.000 
miles. Motor, transmission oood 
condition. Bodv no oood. 3857SS4 
Of 385-7198 

NOMEX DRIVING SUIT, IN- 
eluding underwear, size 40-42L 

$300*479^^g 50015 and ° uan,le,v 

WANTED - EXHAUST MANI- 
told in oood condition for 1975 
Tovota Landcrufser F F40 6 cylin¬ 
der, 386-1034, ask for Garth 

CHEV 350 4 BOLT BLOCK. *150. 
350 auto with gear drive transfer 
case, $200. Chev 350 motor In 
pieces, $ 100 . 478-7014. 

3 55 POSI RING AND PINION 
for 12-bolt Chev, $80. Pair trl 
flex car speakers, 3 way 30 watts, 
20 oz magnet. $80 748-2472 

WANTED 1964-07 CHEVELLE 
MaHbu, 2 door hardtop bodv. 

FOUR CANADIAN RACING 

^ 0 ab’M wcxxW6p * ck 

WRECKING 70 PONTIAC, 70 
Mustang Mach l. 71 Dodge Colt. 
595-8791. 

1965 BUICK WILDCAT, 401 CU. 
Inch engine and trans, $300 OBO. 
479-9160. 

1968 MONTEGO MX, GOOD EN 
glne and radial tires, factory 
stereo. 474-2442, after 6 

CANOPY FOR 1979 FORD RAN 
chero, 3 months old, $600. 
474 1009 

WANTED: FRONT DOORS AND 
fenders for '67 Pontiac 2-door. 
381*703, 386-6495 

1957 VOLKSWAGEN WISH TO 
sell complete, phone after 6 pm, 
386-7310. 

1960 FORD AND MERCURY 4 X 

4 parts, brand new fenders, 17" 
tires and rims. Phone 595 6069 

TOP PRICES PAID 

Por scrap cars and scrap metals, 

1972, 300 CU.IN. FORD 0 CYLIN- 
der. excellent running condition 
595-4091 

67 BELAIR PARTS OR WHOLE 
with retread snow tires 592*281 

HOMEMADE ALUMINUM 
canopv with cupboards for pick 
up, $75. 479 2488 

LIKE NEW TVR MGA ENGINE, 
bored to 1800 plus 2 parts trans 
mission, $450 1690 Stanhope Pi 

8 ' ALUMINUM CANOPY, FITS 
narrow box Chev or Ford 
656-5740 

RECENTLY REBUILT 6 BOLT 
Volk$w«g«n 1200 , complete with 
clutch* od starter. SZjilor otters 
477-5298 

1909 SUNBEAM IMP FOR 
parts, new brakes, clutch. Phone 
652-1477 or 052-1604 

VW OWNERS- '40 FORD-TYPE 
hood^bolt5 on any buo. $150. 

1965 VW BODY, COMPLETE 
less motor, for parts or whole, 
Phone 384 4806 

1971 FIAT 124 SPORTS COUPE, 5 
speed trans, bodv needs some 
work, $500.478-8520. 

65 CHEV STATION WAGON, 
whole or parts, offers. 382*517 
after 5. 

SE n t R F E R! 

68X12 In secluded setting, close 
in! 474-2154 Buvrlght. D6162. 

BLACK MG HARDTOP REMOV- 
able roof, excellent condition. 
384-2532,386-6353. 

CASH PAIDFOR SCRAPCARS 
Associated,478-9510OT 478-9571 

68 CORTINA GT, WHOLE OR 
parts, 052-2863 

1968 VOLVO ENGINE, TRANS, 
rear axel 642 4837 

GOOD VW ENGINES, 1300CC 
and 1500CC. 595-1470. 

WANTEO: 1969 LANDROVER 
ENV rear end, complete 474-1022 

HIGH PERFORMANCE 396, $400 
or offers. 386 3964. 

1905 OLDS F85, WHOLE CAR 
for barfs. 592-3776. 

VAN INTERIORS, ALL SORTS 
of custom work 388-7313 

1964 VW. GOOD MOTOR AND 
trans. Some bodv parts 383 3951 

052 3753 V VAN ' F ° R PARTS ' 

7) CAPRI, 2000 CC, SOME BODY 
damage. Parts or whole 382 646) 

62 VOLKSWAGEN, DAMAGED 
front end, $350. 382 6285 after 
5pm. 

1956 FARGO Vj TON PARTS FOR 
sale. 652-3506. 

HOMEMADE CANOPY, FIT 
477 7914 1 DlCk uP ' S5 ° Phone 

WRECKING '65 VALIANTS, 
most parts, various size wheels 
Phone 479-2777 

1974 FORD TRUCK FOR PARTS. 
360 motor, $300. 477-9777. 

166 CARS AND TRUCKS 
WANTED 

Top Dollar 

FOR 

TOP CLEAN CARS 

Contact: 

BRUCE LOCKHART 
CORNELL-CHEV-OLDS 
3050 Douglas 385-5777 

GlM 

PAYS 

High Prices 

fiS^ L 0 A ^M ELUSE §^r ? s 5 


166 


CMS AND TRUCKS 
WANTED 


SELLYOURCAR 


YOU HAVE 
OUROFFER 
INSTANT 
CASH! 

DePape Motors Ltd. 

779 Pandora 384-8035 


TOP QUALITY 
USEDCARS 

H GHEJT 


Call 

Douglas VW 

3329 Douglas DL5100 

388-5466 


I PAY 

the Highest Prices for 
Your Clean used Car 
TRY US—YOU'LL BE 
SURPRISED! 

CONTACT 
CARLSPICER 
Used car mgr. 
Empress Pontiac Buick 
GMC LTD. 

382-7121 DL01227A 


WANTED 

TRUCKS & VANS 
Also will take 
consignment vehicles 
GARDENCITYAUTO 
LEASE CENTRE 
382-911)_7978 Douglas 


I AM LOOKING FOR A FORD 
ton, ’69 to *7?, in top condition with 
relatively low milage Will pay a 
premiumi>rlce for the right vehi¬ 
cle. Truck and camper combina 
tions considered. Phone 477-6537 


CASH FOR GOOD. 
CLEANUSEDCARS 
THOMAS PLIMLEY LTD 
‘ atessf_38? 


1010 Yal 


9171 


CASH 

for clean, used cars 
SAUNDERS Sales*. Service 
474 2711 _ Colwood 


CASH FOR CLEAN CARS 
SWIFTSURE MOTORS 
3388 DOUGLAS ST. 382 8811 


CASH FOR CLEAN CARS 
E 4 K MOTORS LTD. 

642 Burnside E 383-6231 


CASH FOR SMALL STATION 
waoon with automatic trans Also 
wanted older pickup 3863106 


WANTED 67 MUSTANG, GOOD 
condition, no rush 652-3753 


I970'S AMERICAN VAN, UP TO 
53000 474-2017, message 386 8 789 


166 CAMPUS, TRAILERS 
mi MOTOR HOMES 



VANGUARD 

PROWLER 

—15 Years of R v Experience 
Readv to Serve You — 

1980s 

HAVE ARRIVED 

19'PROWLER 

The first 1980 model trailer has 
arrived See the 1980, but we can 
make you an excellent deal on a 
new 1979 Drop by and see our 
complete selection 

'7924V 2 'PROWLER 
5TH WHEEL 
HASARRIVED. 

I DEAL FOR >/ 2 TON 
We know many of vou have been 
waiting for this one Drop by and 
see this well planned smaller 5th 
wheel frailer We also have 3 
other sizes in stock 

JUSTARRIVED 

'79 Vanguard Ford Maxi 
Van Conversion with 
shower and hot water. 

Due to our volume purchase of 
vanguard Motorized Units, we 
can otter this special unit — Reg 
$19,900 for the lowest price avail 
able this year, $17,500. All the 
Systems of a full sized motor 
home. 


"JUSTTRADED" 

'78 20'/ a ' vanguard Mlnl^H£m| 

'79 20’/j' Vanguard Trailer $8995 
'76 15' Vanguard Trailer, toilet 
model $3795 

PLUSMANYOTHER 
PRE MIUM USEDU NITS 

Remember — Before you buy — 
We have * The Best Product 
* The Best Selection a The Best 
Price * The Best After Sale Ser¬ 
vice. 


Large Parts 
& Accessory Store 

PEDEN RV LTD. 

2B55QUESNELST (D1950A) 
Behind Empress Pontiac Buick 



Chinook and 
Little Chief 
Motorhomes 
T rav-L-Mate T ra ilers 
and Campers 

75 VW van Camper $5495 
78 VW Getaway $10,250 
788'Kit $2995 

7016' Randell $2695 
7614'Travlmate $3495 
16'Aristocrat $1995 
19' Pathfinder $1695 

12,000 BTU Carrier Mo¬ 
bile Home, air condi¬ 
tioners—$575— Easy to 
install. 

385-S012 


l703BlanshardSt. 

DLS183 


WINTER IN SUNNY CALIFOR- 
nla, 33' 1977 Fireball Travel Trail¬ 
er. Air-conditioned, awning, set 
up in park with shade, Rec Hall, 
pool. Next door to shopping and 
bus service, inquire T. Spencer, 
P.O. Box 103, Coachella Callfor- 
nia, 92236 telephone: 
(714)398 5501 


166 CAMPUS, TRAILERS 
mi MOTOR HOMES 



Fennell's 


TRAILER SUPPLIES 
LTD. 

PROPANE —REPAIRS 
AND 

APPLIANCE SERVICE 
Custom Building 
and 

Van Conversions 
Large Parts 
and Accessories Store 

652-3941 

Mon.-Sat.9to5 
Sun. 12to4 

6459 Patricia Bay Hwv. 


9 Ml. North of Nanaimo 
on island Highwav 

Kustom Koach 
Sales Ltd. 

FOR QUALITY 
Motor Homes, Travel Trailers, 
Campers and Van Conversions 
and 
KIT 

COMPANION 
Travel Trailers, 
and Campers 

SPECIAL KITCOMPANIONS 
AT COST 

2 Campers 

21'/*' Kit trailer SPECIAL $7730 
23^V Kit travel trailer. SPECIAL 
$8900. 

17’j'Klttraller. SPECIAL$6525. 
SPECIALON MOTOR HOMES 
GMC motor home $23,500 
Selection of good used 

390-2522 

Dealer No. DL 022588 


NOW IN STOCK 

79 18' NOMAD Tandem shower 
model. Only 56,895 

78 IBV NOMAD Tandem. Tub 
and shower model . Only $7,295 

AWNING 

SPECIAL 

9' Stake awning 
10' Stake awning 


$56.95 

$61.95 


ALSO 


AUTOMATIC AWNINGS 


PROPANE 

PARTS —SERVICE 


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25 Crease 386-3623 
DL00414A 



TRAVELAIRE 
FRONTIER RUSTLER 

Motorhomes, trailers, campers, 
truck canopies, van conversions 

Our Fantastic Sale 
Continues All Week 

Open Nightly Til 8 p.m. 

(Except Fri., Sat.) 

Sundays 1-5 p.m. 

3388 DOUGLAS ST. 


SALE 


♦Camper's 
♦Motor Home's 
♦Van Conversions 
STOP 
R.V. 

CENTRE 

2524 DOUGLAS 
383-3635_QL02184A 



WINNCBAGO 

APOUO 
OTTO 
BOlER 
HONE l 
EMPRESS 
FIEETCRAFT SUNOOWNEH 
HOllDAIRC IEISURECRAFT 
CANOPY TOPS — ACCESSORIES 
SERVICE 

PAT BAY HWY . SIDNEY 
656*504 MDi 5S13A 

TRUCK CAPS$450 installed 

WE WILLBUYOR 
CONSIGN YOUR R.V. 

TENTTRAILER RENTALS 
BOOK NOW!! 

ALLOFFERSCONSIDERED 
TRADESWELCOME 
OPEN 7DAYS 
OPEN WEEK DAYS'TIL 9 


IMMACULATE 1978 LAYTON 17' 
travel frailer Pressure hot and 
cold water, 3 burner stove with 
oven; hood with vent and light, 
stainless steel sink, 3-way refrig¬ 
erator, 50 gallon fresh water 
tank, propane furnace with 
blower, window screens and lined 
drapes throughout Bathroom has 
power flush toilet with holding 
tank, sink and shower Sleeps six. 
Comes complete with battery, 
two 20 lbs propane tanks, electric 
brakes and 12 volt converter. This 
is a beautiful, very little used 
trailer - only the pressure of busl 
ness forces this sale tor only $5,- 
000 Replacement cost now $6,600. 
Call 595-8355 night and weekends, 
382-4659during working hours. 


All Types of RVs 
Reasonable Rates 

lie Dodge Chrysler 

382-2313 


COMPLETE CAMPING UNIT 
Low mlleaoe 73 Ford J 4-ton 
camper special 390, 49,000 miles. 
76 11V Exton camper, 3-wav 
fridge, stove, oven, built-in 8- 
track and speakers, portapottv. 
vanltv Also canopy, chrome 
rails, other extras. $8800. 
479-437). 


1977 CHEV VAN CONVERSION 
350, V8, automatic, power steer 
ing, power brakes, tilt wheel, 
radio, tapedeck, 4—burner stove 
with oven, sink, electric pump, 
3—wav fridoe. portable toilet and 
sewer, furnace, 5 good tires, 29,- 


, , FOR RENT 

Truck and camper, campers for 
American pickups. Taking book 
jjjs from August 28 on, only. 


24* 2 ' 1975 TERRY, COMPLETE 
ly self contained, all extras and 
hitches included. $6500. 1602 
Haultaln, 595-5262 


WINNEBAGO 1973 INDIAN. 22' 
413 engine. Excellent for moun¬ 
tain travelling. Evenings please: 

642-5335. 


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mi MOTOR HOMES 



mm 

The Trusted Name I n 

★ Motorhomes 

★ Campers 

★ Van conversions 

★ Trailers 

★ 5th Wheelers 

76 GMC Crew Cab, 454, 
VB, auto, PS, PB, radio, 
tilt wheel, plus 76 Van¬ 
guard 9.6 camper $11,950 

COME INANDSEE 
OUR LARGE DISPLAY 
&Ready-To-Go UNITS 


"Built with Pride" 

3200 DOUGLAS 
ATCLOVERDALE 
382-2313 

MON. TO FRI. 9TIL9 
SAT. 9TILS. OL5MI 


V" 


TRIANGLE 
HOMES LTD. 


CLASSA 
MOTORHOMES 
INSTOCK 
SOUTHWIND32' 
SOUTHWIND2C 
SOUTHWIND25' 
BENDIX Citation 2C 

NEWMINIHOMES 

11 units to choose from In various 
makes, sizes and price 

USED 

19 2 ' EMPRESS 1977 mlnihome 
Offers 

16'DODGE 1965 mlnihome $7995 
1977 DODGE van, customized 
Was $7495 NOW $6495 

The RV Centre with the indoor 
Showroom^lus 0-bav coin op 


Carwash 


with clearance for vour 


Franchised dealer for Citation, 
Corsair, Arlstrocrat, Centurion, 
Southwind, Jamboree and Diplo¬ 
mat. 

In Sidney on the Pat Bay Hwv 
across from Sandowne Raceway 

656-1122 656-7251 

poiossa 


Summer Cottage 
Winter Chalet 

Year-round Residence 

Any or all 3 choices can be 
realized in the 35' Double tlp-out 
MASTERCOACH Park model 
trailer 

Solid oak cabinets, maple colo¬ 
nial furniture throughout, built-in 
stereo system, full size appll 
ances, in-floor ducted heating are 
lust some of the llfe-ln features 

This quality home delivered 
and hooked up anvwhere on your 
Vancouver Island or Gulf island 
proper tv. can be yours for less 
than $19,500 

NO DOWN PAYMENT 

As low as 

$297 per month 

(120 months O.A.C.) 

IMPALA 
Camping World 

PAT BAY HWY., SIDNEY 
656-S504_MDL5S13A 


R.V. PARTS 
R.V. SERVICE 

Open Mon. thru Thurs til 8 p.m. 
for parts, hitchs, wiring, trouble 
shooting, awnings installed 
Coastline Trailer Centre, 3388 
Douglas Street 382-6107 


FOR RENT OR SALE 
MOTORHOMES 
WEEKLY —MONTHLY 

GARDEN CITY AUTO LEASE 
LTD. 2978 Douglas. 382-9111. 
D-5721. 


SERVICE? PARTS? 
See us for fast service, hitch In¬ 
stallations, wlrino, etc. Great Se^ 
lection of parts and accessories In 
stock We also sell Propane 
Bob's Mobile Homes, 386-3623, 25 
Crease.. 


DOGWOOD TRAILER SALES 
PARTS-PROPANE 
WESTERN WILDERNESS 
Carr- 


478 684 


2630 Deville Road 
Highway 1 at Millstream 

“iT 


D5390 


SAVE $1000 
1979 vanguard camper. 4 burner 
stove with oven, 3-way fridge 
with freezer, furnace, double sink 
with pressure water system, 
separate washroom compart 
ment with holding tanks, hvdrollc 
lacks, $5300 firm. 652 1260 


27' HEAVY DUTY CUSTOM 
built motor home Sleeps 6, 90 
gallon stainless steel holding 
tank, 90 gallon stainless water 
tank, air, stereo, T.V., 6 speed 
automatic transmission, V6Cum 
minas diesel, 14 miles per gallon, 
will Take trade, 479-1105. 


TERRY TAURUS& TRILLIUM 
travel trailers 
Parts Service-Propane 
Dumping station 
POOLE'S RV TRAVELAND 
1080 Coldstream 
474-141), DS806 


OKANAGAN CAMPER 

1976 8'. fridge, stove, furnace. 
Porta Potti, carpet, escape hatch, 
$3200 1975 D 100 Club Cab Dodge, 
air & cruise, $4700. Both clean. 
Talk package 388 9818,5-7. 


ARE YOUR TRUCK 
SPRINGS ADEQUATE? 

We sell and install OVERLOAD 
sprinos for all trucks Including 
Imports! Phone 384-0213. 

LOGANS RV Service Centre 
650 Burnside East, near Douglas 


1976 DODGE V* TON PICK-UP, 
h-d 6 cylinder, 4 speed, 2 batteries 
plus 8' Vanguard camper. 3 wav 
fridge, stove, porta potti, hydrau¬ 
lic lacks, all In excellent condi¬ 
tion, best offer. 656-6864 or 
4/8-8008. 


PUBLIC AUCTION 

Happy Valiev Centre, Saturday 
Aug 11, 1 pm. Taking consign¬ 
ments now 478 6293 See our ad 
under coming events. 


1976 9' j' VANGUARD CAMPER, 
3 wav fridge, 3 burner stove, 
oven, furnace, separate toilet 
compartment, porta-pottl, hy¬ 
draulic lacks, two propane tanks, 
sleeps6 54500.477-82IS 


FORD WINDOW VAN, FULLY 
camperlzed, raised roof, fridge, 
stove, oven, extra battery, con 
verter, demand pump, toilet 
area S5950 or nearest otter. 639 
Polyanthus. 


DELUXE 28' MOTORHOME, 77, 
fully equipped, Including 19'' TV, 
vacuum, generator, like new. Has 
CB, 8 track AM FM. This week¬ 
end only $16,500. Private party. 
383-0228 


28' SKYLARK, 1972, FULLY 
self contained. Twin beds, centre 
bath, double windows, 20' EZE 
awning. Ideal for retirement llv 
Ing and travelling. Happy Valiev 
area. $6295.478-3632 


8' VANGUARD CAMPER, Ex¬ 
cellent condition, sleeps 5, hvdro¬ 
llc lacks, 3 wav fridge, stove, 
furnace, thru cab window. 
652-367) 


168 


C-8 

CAMPERS, TRAILERS 
mi MOTOR HOMES 


1962 MALLARD 15' TRAILER, 
sleeps 4, stove, fridge, furnace 
and chemical toilet, Inside In good 
condition, outside needs painting, 
otters. 384-3645. 


1977 CHAMPION MOTORHOME. 
20'. Dodge 360 motor, crulse-8 
track, air condition. 13,000 miles, 
excellent condition, $15,800 
752-9823 


'75 9'/ ? ‘ FLEETCRAFT CAMP- 
er, fridge, heater, lacks, dual 
propane tanks, toilet, stove, oven, 
excellent condition. $3300. 
6S6-3830or652-l)92 


1978 VALLEY CAMPER FOR 
small pickup. Stove, sink, Icebox, 
furnace. Brophv lacks. Sleeps 
lour Seldom used $2300 or best 
Offer . 477-6656. 


MUST SEL-L CITATION HI- 
Liner motorhome. Reduced to 
$13,500 25.000 miles, new Mlche- 
lin radial tires, sleeps 6. excellent 
condition 652-4866. 


1976 VANGUARD 24' SLEEPS 4. 
built in bar, 4 pee bath, 460 en 
gine, 16,000 miles, many extras. 


23' TRAVELAIRE TRAILER, 
fullv self contained, $5100 Mini 
motor home, $4300. 477-5594 or 
view at 1 500 Winchester 


1976 8' CAMPER, HYDRAULIC 
lacks, awning, 3 wav fridge, heat 
er, stove and oven, electric water 
pump, asking $2995.477-7914 


24' SCAMPER TRAILER, LIKE 
new, only used twice, fully sett 
contained, hot and cold water, 
sleeps 8, $6500 6S2-2253 


1977 VANGUARD 24' MINI 
home, 12,000 miles, loaded In¬ 
cluding generator, $22,750 or 
nearest offer, 595-1775. 


2 YEAR OLD 8' CAMPERETTE 
with bed and table, oood condi¬ 
tion. Complete wMh lacks Asking 
■$975 478 8051. 


RECREATION LOT AND FIFTH 
wheel, can be seen at trailer park, 
lot » 20, Recreation Rd, Shawni 
gan Lake. Sat and Sun. 


16' CITATION TRAILED 
Stove, oven, Icebox, toilet DO 
12—volt Very good condition. 
$1500 or best offer . 479-4441 


8' STAND-UP WOODEN CAMP- 
er, for small truck. Will sell or 
trade towards motorcycle. 
656-7032 


1978 7'10'' CAMPER FOR IM 
port or short-box truck. Used 
once. $3150.1)2-748-0242 evenings. 


19738'6 VANGUARD CAMPER, 3 
way fridge, 3 burner stove, com 
plete with hvdrollc lacks $2000 or 
best otter 478-7991 after 6pm 


, £'^ T ?A ,LER SAFETY 
checks, fridge and stove, electric 
brakes, 2 tanks, sleeps 6 After 6 
pm. 474-1415, 


1972 NORTH STAR GMC MO 
tor home, ??\ 40,000 miles, excel 
lent condition, $12,500 or best 
Offer 478 6790 


BRAND NEW COUCH FOR VAN 
or motorhome. converts to double 
bed-new $395. Special price $225 
656 2804 


21' SCAMPER TANDEM, EYE 
level oven, large fridge. 3 pee 
bath, ImmacuLate Must sell 
477-9310 


1972 VOLKSWAGEN WESTPHA- 
lia, 51,000 miles, Immaculafecon 
dition Radlals, various extras. 
54900 598-4971 


RAVEN RV'S 
479-3178 


WE WILL BUY YOUR GOOD 
used Rec vehicle Peden r v. 
Ltd . 2855Quesnel St , 386-3464 


NEED A HITCH INSTALLEO? 
R G WELDING 

386 2444 _ 29 Crease Ave 


23' TERRY TRAILER, FULLY 
self contained, sleeps 7, sell or 
trade for boat. S5000 382 7424 


1977 30' KUSTOM KOACH, IM 
maculate, $10,500 Evenings 
652 2033 


BOOK NOW TO RENT 13 AND 
Uft trailers, $50 weekly. $25 
weekend 478 3368 


30' HOLIDAY RAMBLER. EX 
Offers to $6000 


CANOPY FOR PICK UP, IN- 
sullated and wired, 479-0645 after 

5. 


HARDTOP TENT TRAILER. 
$450; Ford aluminum truck 
canopy* $350. Offers on both. 
384 1408 - 


FOR RENT, 21' WINNEBAGO 
motor home from Sept 1st on 
477 2704 


1969 FORD ECONOLINE E200 
van, raised roof, camperized. 
384 5014 


MUST SELL CAMPER. SLEEPS 
5. ice box, stove, sink. Excellent 
condition $1200.474-1526 


10' . CAMPER, AS NEW. 1 
or will trade on fifth wheel t 
er 479 8313. 


1975 PROWLER TRAILER, 15*. 
sleegs^ 6.-Excellent condition. 


I 658 8398 


FOR SALE, HANDY CAMPER 
to fit on back of Toyota truck, 
asking $590 652 2015, 6402 Com- 
coni (Central Saanich) 


FOR RENT. 22' DELUXE MO- 
♦ or home, sleeps 6. $225 week plus 
104 km 388-4158 after 6pm 


8' GAL AX I E CAMPER 
small pick-up. furnace, iad 
eluded 479-8922 


SOFTTOP TENT TRAILER, 
sleeps 6, excellent condition, $400 
642-3673 after 4 30 pm 


1972 TRILLIUM TRAILER, 3 
wav fridge, easily towed by small 
car $2200. 477-5793 


1967 VW CAMPER, ONE- 
owner, perfect condition $1500. 
642 3921,642-4535. 


HARDTOP, SLEEPS 6 TABLE, 
icebox, stove, awnino, spare tire. 
$600 firm 478-3602 * 


TENT TRAILER. PROPANE 
stove, heater, 2 tanks, mattresses 
included. 383 8467 


1974 VOLKSWAGEN WESTFA- 
lia, excellent and immaculate 
throughout 477-5203 


VOLKSWAGEN WESTFALIA 
sjde^tent, completely attachable. 


1969 14*10" RAMBLER TRAIL- 
er, could sleep 5, fullv loaded, 
self contained. $1500 478-8688 


1972 TRAILER, 17', TOILET, 
shower, hot water, offers on 
$3500, 386-7256. 


LIONEL TENT TRAILER, 
sleeps 6, available August 19th 
on, $75 per week. 478-7367, 


19>3 20's' MINI MOTORHOME, 
19,000 miles, excellent condition, 
$10,950. 478-4960. 


8'CAMPER, EXCELLENTCON- 
dition, Icebox, stove, heater $650. 
Can be viewed at 92) Easter 
Road. 


8' ALUMINUM CANOPY. FITS 
narrow box Chev or Ford 
656-5740. 


AS NEW, 1978 OTTO 20' MOTOR- 
home, 5000 miles. Complete. $16,- 
000 479 H 27, 734 Chester lea Rd. 


SELL, 30' TERRY AS NEW, ALL 
amenities, ideal full time low cost 
living, 478-9958 


17' SOUTH PARK, STOVE, 
oven, 3 wav fridge, furnace and 
toilet, $1,900 477lt)79 


16' ROADWAY TRAVEL Tl 
er, fully equipped, 478-9359. 


FOR RENT 27' WINNEf 
Custom, fully loaded. 384 13 


SET OF EXCELLENT BROPHY 
camper lacks. $120.477-1550 


T R*"-ER AND 

hitch. 3(6-790, 


OKANAGAN CAMPERETTE, 


23- TERRY TRAILER, 1,73 
model, as new, woo tifrzto. 


TENT TRAILER FOR RENT 
Available now. Phone S07-737) 


17' TRAILER FOR RE, 
weekly, available Auoi 
(ember, 592-4617. 




































































































































































































































































































































































































C-9 

169 HOWIE HONES 
AND PERKS 


NORTH SAANICH 
'74 LEADER 

c lean well kept 2 bedroom mobile 
with laroe fenced yard in very 
oulet area of North Saanich. 
Large entry hall addition, de¬ 
lightful large living room. Very 
cozy. $15,500. 

Dave Vogelgesang 
477 1841 388-5464 

Otfice Pgr. »760 


lamplighter 

COMFORT 

Beautiful as new Interior '74 
Lamplighter mobile. Treed, 
quiet, very pleasant Hidden Val¬ 
iev Park at Florence Lake. io 
minutes to town. Lovely wooded 
area at back Two bedrooms, de¬ 
lightful kitchen and living room, 
si5,000. • 

Dave Vogelgesang 
477 1841 388-5464 

Office Pgr. «760 

Block Bros. Realty Ltd. 


en! 


U98 ADMIRALS RD 
We're movlno ahead* 

11 sites alrei 

Oak Crest Estates 

1st homes going In Many fine 
spacious lots left! U, 24 wides 
with skirting, sundecks. sheds, 
and much more! Display homes 
at 2744 Spencer Rd (Langford) 
Open daily till 8. Fri. Sal, Sun. till 
5pm. Reserve your lot now. Re¬ 
fundable. 474-2154 for Informa¬ 
tion. 

Uuvrigh) Homes D6162 


GOLDSTREAM 

MOBILE HOMES LTD. 
come on out to Goljlstreem on 
Trans Canada Hwy, at Sooke Lx. 
Rd Alt sizes of new & used homes 
with spaces available in adult & 
family areas. Prices to suit every 
tudoet. including financing. See 
Marshall Smith, bus. 478-1751, 
res. 478-8774. DL6496. 


POSSIBLY 
DA'SF- 


CANADA'S FINEST PARK 
Buy vour mobile home at the 
dealer of you choice. Scenic wafer 
and mountain views. Phone 
642-5486. or 642 5972 


MOBILEHOME 

REPOSSESSIONS 

Permanent residence or summer 
homes. We have a number of 
various size units to sell on a bid 
basis For more Information 
phone Vancouver, Mr. Mike 
Puv|iat664 2723 


NOW OPEN! 

NEW SALES LOT CORNER OF: 
CRAIGFLOWER& ADMIRALS 

BUY RIGHT HOMES 

New lot open 12 to 5,7 davs/week. 
Note both lots open this Mon. 

B U Y T ? H&Akj s' * ” 474-2154 


AFFORDABLE PRIVACY 
Just 7 min from Wootco 2 bdrm, 
single wide mobile home with 
porch, sundeck, added room, 
storaoc area, carport and sepa 
• ate workshop. All mafor furnish 
•ngs. Situated on well treed, al- 
most 1 j acre lot. $42.600.478-2442 


AMAZING GRACE 
come and find out why our Mobile 
Home living Is the lov of inner 
Space and the better hedge 
against inflation 14x70 Manco 
S25.900. Victoria Mobile: 
178-7572. evenings 642-4697 


SPACE AVAILABLE IN BOTH 
family and adult sections at 
cedar Creek Mobile Home Park. 
Shawnigan Mill Bay Rd. Com¬ 
muting distance to Victoria. 
f ishing, swimming, sports faclll- 
1 1 es dose by. 743-SO60, T43-2449. 


NEAT ASAPIN 


bedroom with den. fireplace, 
large covered sundeck. Near 
Golostream Park. $13,900. 
474-1841, 


? BEOROOM 12X52, ALL APPLI 
anctf, carpeted, sundeck and 
skirted, $11,900. Call Keith 
A0MIRAL 


DOUBLE WIDE, 24X52' AT- 
tractive, completely modern 
nome. Wall to wail carpet, 4 appli¬ 
ances. Nicely landscaped. $27,000 
cash. 478 9342 _ 

SEE THIS! LARGE DELUXE 
'Mobile nearly WOO sq. ft. Com 
pletely furnished throughout, 
reafly made home. Many extras. 
Quffl adult park 478-7965 


26 USED HOMES SOLD! 
JUNE 8. JULY 

We need some more good, clean 
(•stings! Call us about yours. 

BUY RIGHT HOMES 474 2154 


1975 MODULAR HOME. 24 X 40, 
completely landscaped Good re¬ 
tirement or starter. Price negotl 
able. 642-4552. 


SPECTACLE LAKE. 25 
minutes from downtown. 1974 
Fleetwood. Fireplace, addition, 
extras. $15,000. 112-743-9630 


1974 DOUBLE WIDE 24X42. 3 
bedrooms, fridge and stove, sun- 
deck, Immediate occupancy, 
oilers. 478 1854. 


IMMACULATE 

3 br.. full wrap around sundeck, 
rock landscaping, 8 car parking! 
Close! 474-2154, Bl —**- 


Buyrlght Q6162 


12 X48'. 2 BEDROOMS, FIRE 
place, near town, wasner and 
dryer. 478 4263 after 6 


UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT, 
spaces available, single wide, 
double wide, phone 642-4420. 


SOOKE WATERFRONT PARK, 
12X68 Glendale, with addition, 
low pad rental. 642 4201 


GOOD RETIREMENT HOME. 
;?6 K &.» elv tandscdped - 


SPACIOUS 2 BEOROOM. 52' 
single-wide In waterfront family 
park Asking $8900. 642-4595. 


ONLY $11,900 

Beautiful 60X12, 4 appl., oceai 
front! 474-2154 Buyrlflhf, D6162. 


4 LARGE BDRMS 
Nice 24' wide with •/« acre yard. 
>74 2154 Buvrlght. D6162. 


HOUSE S 
■ 17-2587 Sel 


Iwvn Adults 


10 X40' FULLY FURNISHED 
trailer on pad, $10,500. 386-9966 


111 TOURIST 

ACCOMMODATION 


HARTNELL HOUSE 

Modern units by dav. week or 
month. C lose to oowntr 


3 4BEDROOM PRIVATE HOME 
in Fairfield, bv dav or week Also 
comfortable rooms In private 
homes from $15 nightly 388 5464 
Pager 551. 


CRAIGMYLE GUEST HOUSE 
English stvle bed and breakfast 
1037 Cralgdarroch. 595-5411 or 
595-2697 


115 


CONVALESCENT 
AND REST HOMES 


VACANCY IN PERSONAL 
care home, sharing, oceanfront 
property in Sooke. 642-3533. 


190 ROOM auM BOARD 


OAK BAY GUEST HOUSE 
1052 NEWPORT 

Bed sittlno rooms available with 
private bath. Excellent meals, 
maid service Beautiful sur¬ 
roundings. close to ocean. Sea- 
land Marina, bus route, shopping, 
oolf course, etc. Ideal for retire¬ 
ment living, bed and breakfast 


- — end br_ 

available, reasonable rafes 

598-3812. 


GLENSHIEL HOTEL 

HOME FOR SENIOR CITIZENS 
EXCELLENT FOOD 
CENTRALLY LOCATE^) 


606 DOUGLAS 


134164 


PRIVATE ROOM WITH 3 
meals dally. $175 rent monthly. 
386-6545. 


190 ROOM and BOARD 


EXCELLENT ROOM AND 
board for lady In lovely home 
within walking distance of Unl- 
verslty and KMart. W1-SB7. 


COMFORTABLY FURNISHED 
room, good food, bv week or 
month. 382-2162 0 


ROOM AND BOARD FOR GIRL 
in modern Carey Rd area home, 
near Camosun College. 592-7680 
or 479-4743. 


191 


ROOM art BOARD 
WANTED 


ROOM AND BOARD NEEDED 
for young men and women train¬ 
ing at Goodwill Enterprises. 
Please contact 385-5756 local 002. 


193 ROOMS TO RENT 


.—..... .... _.in ut 

close to. downtown, color TV, 


weekly. 383-01 


dalh 

'742 


NICE ROOM. SHARE HOT- 
^ arw,n Avenoe 


ROOM FOR RENT. DAYS 
388-S252, eveninos, 592-0975. 


197 


HOUSEKEEPING 
ROOMS TO RENT 


BRIGHT CORNER ROOM, 
with kitchenette, and fridge 
Walklno distance to town. Bus at 
door. Mature gentleman only. 
Must have references $90 Inclu- 
slve. 386-1884 after 10 am. 


QUIET RESIDENTIAL HOTEL 
for Senior Citizens, across from 
Centennial Square, has two light 
housekeeping and two sleeping 
rooms avallwe- 386-1621. 


FOR FEMALE IN ROCKLAND 
mansion, laroe, furnished, w/w 
carpets, private entrance, share 
deluxe kitchen. $150. 595-&496 or 
382 2652. 


LARGE SUNNY ROOM. BATH- 
room, own entrance, laundry, uti¬ 
lities Included, female preferred. 
$35 weekly. 595-6593- 


NEAR CRAIGDARROCH CAS- 
fle, quiet location, close to Uni¬ 
versity bus, suitable student. 
592 2265. 


NEAR COOK ANO FAIRFIELD 
furnished, fridge, stove, utilities 
for quiet responsible Gentleman, 
S100. 383-2054 


RITZ HOTEL—DOWNTOWN 
Elevator service T.V.lounge 

710 Fort St._383-1021 


ROOM AND KITCHENETTE, 
park Working or pensioner, non 
drinker 383-9794. 


JAMES BAY. NEAR BUS, 
shops S92. Suit business woman 
or retired lady. 595-6588. 


BRIGHTLY FURNISHED 
room, carpet, cabtevlslon, cook 
Ing facilities, $857383-4082. 


FAIRFIELD AREA. FUR- 
nished room separate kitchen, 
available immediately. 598-7637. 


H Olj) SE K E EPING. ROOM. 


-- RO 

384 J 66 ?® distance to Tc 


HOUSEKEEPING ROOM, 
range, fridge. Tv. near town. 
Apply 384-2504 afternoons 


YOUNG PEOPLE TO SHARE 
house In James Bay 383-2622 
after 5. 


$100 MONTHLY, LADIES ONLY 
479-0548, 598-7680 


ROOM FOR RENT, JAMES 
Bay 383 8079. 


200 APARTMENTS TO 
RENT UNFURNISHED 





Treelane Estates 


AT THE WATER'S 
EDGE 

Enjov meeting vour new 
neighbours In the conge¬ 
nial atmosphere of our 
Malahat Lounge, where 
the views ot the city, sea, 
and mountains are spec¬ 
tacular. Join one of our 
bridge clubs or the bil¬ 
liard group, build some 
shelves in the hobbv 
room, or lust relax In our 
whirlpool after a sauna. 
This lovelv lifestyle is al¬ 
ready established here at 
Treelane, a very special 
apartment complex. De¬ 
signed tor the discrimi¬ 
nating adults. Sorry no 
pets. 

AVAILABLE SUITES 
1-Bedroom facing the 
garden with a view 
through the trees to the 
waterway. $275. 

1- Bedroom with open 
view to the Malahat and 
the glorious sunsets. 
$260. 

2- bedroom and den en 
suite, ground floor. 2 pri¬ 
vate patios, l facing the 
sunny South. Equipped 
with dishwasher. $428. 

2-Bedroom corner suite, 
l'/j baths, South and 
West exposure. View the 
waterway and the city bv 
night. Kitchen appli¬ 
ances includes dishwash¬ 
er. A lovelv roomy apt. 
home. 

UNDERGROUND 

PARKING 

AVAILABLE $10 
103-105 GORGE RD. 
EAST 

APPOINTMENT 
FOR VIEWING 
Rental Otfice 382-2139 
or Mgrs Stes 388-5332 
or 388-5315 
CONCORD 


BRENTWOOD 

_ AVAILABLE SEPT 1$t 
Two bedroom $245, 1 bedroom 
$195 in nearly new modern block 
on Wallace Drive near West 
Saanich Rd. For appointment to 
view, call resident mgr. 652-3760. 
Goodwyn Management 


2 BDRM. $270 

1010MCKENZIE 
AVAILABLE SEPT. 1st 
Mature adults onTy. No pets. 

°-''-ut Manager.-- **- 

. <79-J7ST ( 


Resident 

Conard, 

agment. 


i, Mr. and Mrs. 
Goodwyn Marv 


1-2 BEDROOMS, QUIET, 
clean, well controlled building, 
elevator and laundry feclllties. 
Drapes. carpet, stove, frltf 
storage, balcony, cablevisi 


•rapes, carpet, stove, fridge, 
storage, balcony, cablevislon, 
heat, water, parking. Close to 
shopping center, bus. parks. Esq 
S enior citizen Center. Adults 
only, no pets. 382-2221. 


BEACON HILL PARK 
Large contemporary decor, l 
bedroom suite, with private gar¬ 
den patio, In residence on Park 
Boulevard. Suit professional or 
couple. Occupation l September 
or earlier, Bv arrangement. $225. 
with minimum 6 month lease. 

382-4868 


200 APARTMENTS TO 
RENT UNFURNISHED 


II? 


HflSPMV 

S lf07 REALTOR 


1911 Quadra St. 384-3124 

“THE APARTMENT 
SPECIALISTS" 

CHARLES DICKENS 
243 Gorge Rd. E. 

(at Washington) 

HEATINCL. situated In ( park 
Ilk. setting ne,r the Corot weter- 
wavs some suites with water 
views. To view call 388-5173. 

21 WEST BURNSIDE 
OPEN TO VIEW DAILY 
ONE MONTH FREE 
HEW building with w/w cerpets, 
drapes, colored appliances, large 
balconies. Good bus service. 
Stores and park close bv. 

To view call 382-2906. l2U 

PARK WEST 
55 Bay St. 

BACM-t-BR,2-BR avail. Aug 
I. W,W. fridge, Stove, drapes and 
hoi water incl. Exercise Rm. 
close to tennis courts and park. 
TO view call 385-2474 


LARGE 
% 
2-BDRM A 


5. 


I net. quality appliances, 
underground parking 
and domestic hot water. 

$255-$290mo. 

centraiTmortgage 

ANO HOUSING 
CORPORATION 
In 


877 ELLERY ST. 
388-3103 


**BRNBROS** 

****1486**** 


ELLERY APIS. 


(837 Ellery St.) 

Good value for 
wdii 


rent dollar. 


vour rent di 
--building. w4 

wall carpet, controlled entrance, 
heat Included. One-bedroom 
suites $200.00. Two-bedroom 
suites $240.00. Please call resi¬ 
dent manager 386-0045 


For further Information 
Please call 

Brown Bros. Agencies Ltd. 


8 


:o 

SCRSPflRV 

US LTD / REALTOR 


:RTHS LTD REALTOR 
1911 Quadra St. 386-3124 

"THE APARTMENT 
SPECIALISTS" 
Fridoe, stove, w/w cerpets. 
- - — J - ities, hot 


drapes, laundry facllltl 


water, controlled entrance in 
toMowIng rCOt ,0r most of *** 


1- BEDROOM 
$213-902 Caledonia 
$207-925 Esq. Rd 
$200-3142 Cedar HI.. 

$190—980 Wordslev 

2- BEDROOM 

5245—2t5 Gorgt Rd E. 3814525 


SEAVIEW RENTAL 

TOWNHOUSES 

OPEN HOUSE 
SATURDAY 8. SUNDAY 
1:00p.m.-4:00p.m. 

2341 HARBOUR RD. 
SIDNEY, B.C. 

Phone 388-5365. 9 5 


roildfc 


QUADRA-HILLSIDE 

3 spacious, 1 -bedroom apart¬ 
ments, $175.00. $180 00 and 
$190.00, available August 10 and 
bept 1 . steps to shewing, and 
buses. Clean adultonly building 
Realspan Properties Ltd. 388-4454 
or resident manager 388-5395 

WATERFRONT 



385 4022 or Realspan Proper?les 
Ltd. 388-8454. 


STOP 


Looking for a nice clean 
building and a very rea¬ 
sonable rent? Our rent 
includes parking and, 
most important, vour 
heat; a savings of $30 a 
month on your rent. 

899 Craigf lower 

382-1101 384-6606 

TOD-HACKETT 
CONSTRUCTION LTD, 


ROCKLAND 

Luxurious 2 bedroom, 2 bath¬ 
room, condo apt. Designer deco¬ 
rated. over 1000 sq ft, extra large 
balcony, covered parking Moffat 
kitchen apollances, including dw. 
Suit mature adults. Available Im¬ 
mediately. $475 per month. 
598 2320. 


OAK BAY 

3 bedrooms, close to schools, 
quiet area, cater to young fami 
lies or retired couple. Drive by 
2257 Epworth please, before 
phoning Mr. Cerler at 5956882 
$450. per month. 


ROCKLAND HTS 

1791 ROCKLAND AVE 

1 bdr and 2 bdr available 15th and 
31st. Quiet adult oriented bull* 

t?'s950$8 l#nt *° Ju * >,,ee Hoso '' 


CEDAR GROVE 

2546 Quadra St. Heated 1-bdrs 
from $159. immediateoccupancy 
on one. 3851465,362-2290 


JUST COMPLETED SIX 1 BED- 
room suites with dining rooms, 
close in, middle agied people, 
sorry no children or pets, rent 
$225 and up. 479-4106. 


200 mRTMENTS TO 
RENT UNFURNISHED 


SATURDAY, AUGUST 1. 1879 

200 mRTMENTS TO 
RENT UNFURNISHED 


8B B 


ROWN 
ROS on 
LANSHARO 


BACHELOR SUITES 

$166 00 — Lord Michigan — 235 
Michigan Street, w/w cerpet, 
- heat end cable Incl. 

ONE BEDROOM 
SUITES 

$190.00 — Blackwood Manor — 
2664 Blackwood St. 

$216.00 — Continental House — 
464 Lampson St., w/w carpet, 
heat and cable Incl., swirl 

S20tfo0 — Ellery Apts. - 837 El- 
lerv street, w/w carpet, heat 
Incl. 

$225.00 — Gordreau Apts. — 
129-131-135 Goroe Rd. E„ w/w 
carpet, heat Incl., pool, sauna 
and rec area. 

Si 75.00 — Lord Nelson — 1615 
Belmont Avenue, h/w floors, 
heat and cable Incl. 

5225.00 — Pembroke Place — 830 
Pembroke Street 

*180.00 — Regency Apts. — 1975 
Lee Ave., n/w floors, heat and 
cable incl. 

Manof - 

TWO BEDROOM 
SUITES 

$271.00 — Continental House — 
464 Lampson St., w/w carpet, 
heat and cable incl., swirl 

8240*3?— Ellgrv Apts. - 837 El- 
|erjr St., w/w carpet, heat 

$275.00 — Gordreau Apts. — 
129-131-135 Gorge Rd E., w/w 
carpet, heat Incl., pool, 
sauna,rec. area. 

*225 00 — #2 — 2622 Quadra 
Street. 

$270.00 — Vefdon Manor — 859 
Carrie St. 

$285.00 — Vista Rovale — 1345 

BatSL&itS c,roH ' 

For further Information please 

call Brown Bros. Agencies Ltd., 

385 8771, anytime. 


COURT APTS. 

252-254-258 Gorge Rd. E. 
BRIGHT SPACIOUS 
APTS. HEAT INCLUD¬ 
ED. EXCEPTIONAL 
RECREATION FACILI¬ 
TIES. 

Including: 

50'Indoor swimming pool 
— saunas — swlrlpool — 
squash court — tennis 
court — universal gym. 

1 Bed. from—$215 

2 Bed. from—$275 
Adults only — no pets 

For information or ap¬ 
pointments please call 
Resident Managers: 

Mr. and Mrs. Mundy 
385-6075 

Otfice Mon.-Fri. 
388-4555 

MacArthur Park Estates 




Professional 

Management 


New buildings, all suites include 
drapes, carpets, also hot water 
and controlled entrance, etc. 

SORRY, NO PETS. 

404DUNDAS 

i Bdrm Apt. avallablenow. 
I.edrm A pr^viM,W*^4pt tit. 

2533 DAWLER 

i-Bdrm Apt. available Sept. 1st. 
Cell 385-6594 
2648 GRAHAM 

Bach and l-Bdrm available Sept 
1 st 

Call 382 4573 
960INVERNESS 
l Bdrm Apt. available Sapt, 1st. 
Call 386-9751 
1025 KINGS 

l Bdrm Apt available Sept 1st. 
Call 384 9363 
1017QUEENS 

Bach. Apt avjjlWe^pt. 1st 
1366 HILLSIDE 

Penthouse suite available Sept 
ist. 

Deluxe 2 Bdrm Condomlum 
avallableSept. 1st. 

Phone 3M-4571 

For, further Information call 
386-3281 betwoon9a.m.-4:30p.m 




21 


■western homes ltd* 

\J037 Ctoxeroale 306-3404y 


Esouimalt 1 and 2-BR. W/W, 
appliances, free parking, close to 
From,,S5 


Esq I BR, and 2 BR. W/W, 

MGR 38&tt°' 


__ _lion St. Large 

eR rrom PM 


CLOVERDALE 

TOWNHOUSE COURT 
991 CLOVERDALE 

BACHELORSTES 
AND 

CLEAN 2 BEDROOM 
APT. AVAILABLE 
HEAT ANDWATER INC 
CHILDREN WELCOME 

Open ht vlewtf-7 D.m 
Contact Manager 
inSte. 101 
3850814, or 3850991 

DESIGNS LTD, 


VISTA VILLA 

734 LAMPSON 

1st of September, l bedroom, $197 
and $203- includes heat, hot 
water, wall to wall, balcony, 
parking. Child wetcoma. 384-0445 
or 382-3616 


2 BEOROOM, 2 BATHROOM 
luxury condominium in Laurel 
Point Tor rent. In-suite washer 
and dryer Controlled under 
- - 1,200 sq.ft 


ground parking. Over 1 


$490 Phone Georoe Hess of D- F 
Hanlev 8. Associates Ltd. 477-7284 
(24 hrs) 


BRENTWOOD BAY, 1— 
BDRM AVAILABLE IM¬ 
MEDIATELY, $185. 
PHONE BEFORE 4 PM: 
652-3771. 


BACHELOR $184 

AVAILABLE SEPT. 1ST 
310 St James, 3 blocks from wa¬ 
terfront. Adult oriented. To view, 
phone 3851345. 

Goodwyn Management 


RURAL 1 BEDROOM APT. *175. 
?£?L?X alr !i . ,nn 4 available now 
383-9160 or 388-62^5 pager 492 


ROCKLAND AVE. SEMI-FUR- 
nished bachelor. $185 includes 
heat and laundry, 592-4161. 


$130.18. BACHELOR. 735 PAN- 
dora 386-1946 Of 384-5459 


OAK BAY ONE BEDROOM, 
adults, no pets. $210.598-3862 


2 BEDROOM APT. AVAILABLE 
Sept. 1st, $263. 384-8618. 


1 BEOROOM APARTMENT 
for rent. Phone after 4,382 1548. 


<£>reen 3cres 


m MONTHS 

1 Sept. —15 Dec. 
Deluxe 2 Bedroom 
Treeland Estates 
Partially Furnished 
$425,000 PER MONTH 
Call 

Lansdowne Properties 
384-9075 Pager 686 


CUBBON 
ON COOK 


Dedicated to quiet living for ac¬ 
tive seniors -1 block to Wellburns 
Low Cost Food Market 
Studio suite at *150 per month 
includes light and heat allowance 
Please call John Watts at 386-0923 
For personal Inspection of suite 
visit 408-1044 Balmoral. 


We Think We have 

THE BEST 

1 ♦ 2 Bdrm Suites 
In ESOUIMALT 

ADMIRALSQUARE 

Large 1 bdrm suite $234 Large 2 
-- able 


_suites at $264. Avail* 

immediately 
Cabievlsion and secured under¬ 
ground parking Included. 

Location convenient to Shopping 

OraiPbtMI. Open 
2-8pm daily. Frl. Sat, Sun 2-5. 
Concord 


<0> 


Rark Pacific 


STADACO p NA£ENT R E 

Several deluxe t bedrooms from 
750 sq. ft., from *335, monthly 
available now. All kitchen appli¬ 
ances, all amenities. Adult 
oriented Parking and cable In¬ 
cluded Sorry no pets. 

RENTAL OFFICE 
1545 PANDORA 
BY APPOINTMENT ONLY 
5953132 


<0> 


Park Picific 


STADACONACENTRE 
Several large deiCj??bedrooms 

pi lances, all amenities. Adult 
oriented. Parking and cable In¬ 
cluded Sorry no pets 

RENTALOFFICE 
1545 PANDORA 
BY APPOINTMENT ONLY 
5953132 


FAIRFIELD — AVAIL. IM- 
medlatelv. l bdr. suite with large 
balcony. Suitable for older cqu- 
ple. Rent $189. To view call 
384-9335. 

PANORAMIC VIEW — FACING 
Harbour and City. 2 bdr suite 
near town. Avail. Aug. 1st. 
$405.00. To view call 384-9335 
JAMES BAY — View ot Straits. 1 
bdrm suite near park Rent s309 
Avail. Aug. 1st. To view call 
384-9335. 

walking distance to town — well- 
kept, older block, 1 Bdrm , bach 

davld burr ltd. 

655 Fort St._384-9335 


„ _ . 3255 COOK ST. 

Bachelor. I end 2-bedroom suites 
available September 1. includes 
swimming pool, sauna, 
and free heat. 

382 3268 


, billiards 


’/a AUGUST FREE 

Live In the country and enlov 
large grounds with childrens 
piav-fround area. These large 2 
bdr. condo units are ready for 
immedljTe occupancy. Small 
pets considered and within walk¬ 
ing distance of Sooke Village and 
approx. 30 minutes from the 
centre of victoria *250 P M. 
Caretaker 642-3631 British 
American Realty Ltd. 3851431 


AVAILABLE NOW 
Brand new waterfront condomin¬ 
ium (approx 1142 sq Ft.) within 
victoria City limits. Very luxuri¬ 
ous and spaceous 4'*j Rm — 2 
bathrooms, 2 bedrooms, $550 per 
month Includes, heat H. water 
and parking. Also large bachelor 
apt at the waters edge, $230. 
(Mature people please) contact 
Wess Dickie, (Dickie Agencies) 
382 4312 or (eves. 477-4662L 


3-BEDRM.S284 
2-BEDRM. $260 
1-BEDRM. $214 

AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY 
855 Ellery, family type block In 
Esouimalt with excellent man¬ 
agers, 382-2942 Goodwyn Man¬ 
agement 


WESTCOAST COURT 

At HlHsIde and Blanshard, Vic¬ 
toria's most centrally located 
apartment complex Easy access 
all shopping centers. A tew one 
bedroom units available now. 
Rates $195*215 monthly. For ap¬ 
pointment to view. 385-4211. 
Oanzo&Franco 


CRAIGHOUSE 

885CRAIGFLOWER RD 
Bachelor, l and 2 bedroom suites 
available, now and September 1. 
$193 and up. FrTdge, stove, heat, 
hot water, drapes, w-w carpet, 
sauna^ Vic West bus at door with 

" 382-3480 


GOLF COURSE 
APARTMENT 

1190 Colville 


To choose vour suite phone 
381-6016 or 388-6258. 


GROSVENOR PLACE 
1342 Hillside 

Amenities include ensulte wash¬ 
er /dryer, frost tree refrigerator. 
Bachelor—$187.00 

2 BR.'-udo.io-U05 00 
Creighton Property Mgmt. Ltd. 


1060 LINDEN AT FORT 
2 bedroom suites available 
August l, S3S9-S369, no pets. Call 
381-6736110-3 P>hT 


2022 FOUL BAY RD. 
AvaiiabieAugust 15 
2 bedroom. No pets. 
- 5957061 


Resident manager ,! 


SANSAR APARTMENTS 

. ‘ 2-bf" 


suite. No 
Manager! 


iside 
> pets. 
: 3858: 


- jet_ 

Phone Resident 
729. 


PRIVATE BEACH. 1, 2 BR. 
..- eluded. 912 Sel- 


Bach. Utilities lncL_. 
kirk. 382-0039, 592-7678 


DOWNTOWN. CLEAN 1 BED- 
room apartment, *150. Not suit¬ 
able for children or pets, 1322 
Broad St. 386-3928 


m APARTMENTS TO 

IfHT UNFURNISHED 

LARGE 2 BEDROOM 

Suite with fireplace, main floor of 
older house. Hillside-Quadra 
area. Available Seot 1st. $320 
monthly. 3844605 after 3 pm. 

BACHELOR*126. SUITE AVAIL- 
able September l, In very quiet 
building, suitable for senior 
adult, location Esquimau, no pets 
please. 5954834. 

2 BEDROOM SUITE FOR 
rent Married couples without 
children need only apply. For 

more^lnformetlon phone: 

1 BDRM. $230 

AVAILABLE SEPT. 1 
Located on a quiet street In South 
Esquimau near Watertronf>To 
view phone Res. Mgr. 3859563 
Goodwyn Management 

SOOKE BASIN WATERFRONT 

washer, built-in vacuum, quality 
carpets and drepes. Sorry no 

Gfc£ v <fi!8ff ^ ,5 - 0M,n 

THREE ROOM SUITE, PRI- 
vat .? *I? tf ; ance ' treed lawn, wall to 
wall. Fridge and stove. Close to 
l‘** c n , Single working person, 
$ 145 . includes heat and water. 
Must have references. 386-1884 
after 10 am 

ESQUIMALT 

Bsch, 1 and 2 bedrooms. Adults 
only, no nets. Includes beet, ho, 
water, treeperklno, seune Res. 
Mor. 38S413To«lce3»4-9/n 

, Character suite 

1 block from park and sea In 
Falrtleld. Bnobl cleenbachelor 
with private entrence. SI95 
Available August 1st 385-5517 

SUITE FOR RENT 

Bay and Quadra Area 

2523 Wank st. 

1 Bdrm $192 

Phone Res. Meneoer 3824402 

CITY CENTRE 
„ RESIDENCE OR OFFICE 

Semi furnished bachelors with 
extra room, quiet block with gar 
den area, references, S17D-S190. 
388-9942,5954060. 

3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH CONDO- 
mlnlum, utility room, seperete 
entrence. close to store and bus 
stop. Craigf tower Rd. available 
sept. 1st, $375 monthly. After 5 
pm. 384-2826. 

CARNARVON MANOR. 1 AND 2 
bedrooms to rent from $215. In¬ 
cluding heat, controlled entrance 
Mature adults only please To 

ssn^Reissr manw 

$168, PARTIALLY FURNISHED 
basement suite, wall to wall, all 
utilities, cabtevlslon Included. 
Prefer male, out of town, 4th year 
University student Reoly to Vic¬ 
toria Press Box 807 

LARGE 1 BEOROOM CORNER 
suite, too floor, small modern 
block, heat included. Controlled 

managers, 479-9522 or 383-3157. 

r ESQUIMALT-CLOSE IN 
Specious, view. 4Ui room Pent 

2 BEOROOM WATERFRONT 
apartment 1100sq.ft. Dlshwash 
er, vacuum system. Landscaped 
waterfront grounds. Available 
Sept l Sorry no pets. Ocean VII-. 
laoe, 642 5254 

FAIRFIELD. 1-BEOROOM 
very bright knd comped In char 
acter home, extra-laroe sundeck. 
covered perklnp, $250 includes 
utilities available September 1, 
cat welcome 384-2915. 

310 ROBERTS ST. 

1 -bedroom available Sept 1st 

2 bedroom available Sept 1st. 
384 5320. Princess Louise Apts 

NEAR WOODWARDS 

Attractive bachelor suite In mod 

M VsS6 HM ’ ^ c *“' 

1 BDRM. $198 

2 BDRM. $234 

AVAILABLE SEPT. 1ST 
. 87V ESOUIMALT RD. 

Gooowvn UinmnnM 

1-BEDROOM, $115 PER 
month Bachelor. $110 per month 
includes utilities Share bath 
rgon^Avallable immediately 

COLUMBIA APARTMENTS, 850 
Admirals Road, 2 bedroom suite, 
available September l $2)5. 
Child welcome 382 5811,388 7651. 

GORGE VALE AREA. NEARLY 
new townhouse. 3 bedrooms, IVj 
baths, stove, fridge and drapes, 
end unit, $395 per month, avail¬ 
able September 1st 382-9587 

COMPACT 2 BEOROOM UNIT 

30' from the beach. Fridge and 
stove included. Quiet meture 
adults No pets please. Ocean vil¬ 
lage. 642-5254 

ADULTS ONLY. 7 BEOROOM 
aMrtmjnt. wage andstov«.MII|. 

ESQUIMALT 

Large 2-bedroom suite. Balcony, 

QUIET BLOCK 

Large 1 bedroom suite. Cook Hill¬ 
side area, senior citizens dis¬ 
count, 477-3467. 

LARGE ONE BEOROOM 
suite, want working couple. Near 
Jub lee hospital. No pets. 1524 
Foul Bav Rd. 

FAIRFIELD BACHELOR, FUR- 
nished-unfurnlshed. Vancouver 

CITY CENTER 

Subsidized rent for lloht caretak- 
ole jySy*' #Mlt ^etlr • <, cou - 

AVAILABLE AUGUST 15, ONE 
bedroom suite at $171 ElecfrTcItv 
and cablevislon Included. 386-9263 
after 3pm 

APARTMENT FOR RENT, 4 
rooms, newlv decorated. New 
washer and dryer $300 1923 Qua¬ 
dra St, 384-7732. 383-8771. 

APARTMENT FOR RENT, SID 
nev. 2 bedroom, basement, utili¬ 
ties included, $240 per month. 
Avellablerx>w.656-1176. 

MWtUSBXmsm 

6S23&4 5ufcfeK ‘ E$aulma,t ' 

VIC WEST. 3 ROOM SUITE, $128. 
Suit mature lady. 477-5796. 

HILLSIDE AVENUE ONE BED- 
room apartment tor rent. Includ¬ 
ing car park, $150.4756312. 

1 BEOROOM. PRIVATE EN- 

BACHELOR AND 1 BEOROOM 
apartments In Fernwood district. 
384 8744 or 383-6813. 

»1 APiRTMEHTS TO 

RENT FURNISHED 

HARTNELL HOUSE 

1904 YATES ST 

Modern, downtown, fully fur¬ 
nished. colour tv and radio, un¬ 
derground parking, security en¬ 
trance. Linen end dishes 
supplied. One bedroom from $155 

wa^'v.. ^Vlo pkelwlpr , r9m 

s 1 zsjRree* .y^exffoom from $180 

AVON COURT 

490 VANCOUVER ST 

1st September, 1 bedroom. $275. 2 
bedroom. $210. Includes new fur¬ 
niture, w-w, drapes, hot water, 
heat, private entrance to land¬ 
scaped courtyard. Mature adults. 
No pets 382 3616 

SEPTEMBER 15. LINDEN. 1 
bedroom. Attractive spacious 
sett obtained. Non smoker. $17S. 

$170. UPPER COMPACT 1-BED- 
room w/w. private entrance, 
downtown. No pets. aiT utilities. 


201 


APAKTMENTS TO 
RENT FURNISHED 


MICHAELANGELO 

1158 Yates. 

Modern, studio-bachelor units, 
everything supplied, coloured 
TV, from $95 per week. 383-0742 


ESQUIMALT-CLOSE-IN 
3 furnished 3' j room apts. $210. to 

.. 'wmsJm 


$245. (for P< 
Agencies Ltd. 


BASEMENT BACHELOR 
suite, fireplace, use of washer, 
dryer, near bus line, non-smoker. 
Available Immediately. Refer 


IN BEAUTIFUL CAD60R0 


JUBILEE HOSPITAL AREA, 
5250 fully furnished l bedroom 
Including linen and kitchenware, 
amenities. 


All ..... 

592-9516 


AAflts, no pets. 


FAIRFIELD, CHARACTER 1- 
bedroom, larpe kitchen, fire¬ 
place, all utilities, $325. Also self- 
contained bectfw, seperate ^ 
trance, 5210. 388-7583. 


SOOKE 

Two bedroom apartment, wash- 
er/drver, fridoe, stove, and hot 
water $200. 386-7977. 642-4758 


SPACIOUS 1 BEDROOM WITH 
patio, new carpets, sauna, park¬ 
ing, close to University. $250 per 
month. Phone evenings, 652-1710. 


3-ROOM BASEMENT SUITE, 
near Beacon Hill Park Ladles 
only. No smokers please. $150. 
September 1. 388-5857. 


ONE BEDROOM SUITE, $200 
.1Wd» area. 479-6218 


. huh 


202 FURNITURE 
TO RENT 


FURNITURE APPLIANCES 

RENT 

COLOR or BLACK—WHITE TVl 
FURNITURE—APPLIANCES 

skuskh 

1821 COOK 
3852435 


STANDARD 
FURNITURE 
Three Rooms from 
$42.00 Ber month 
Immediate Delivery 
382-5111 737 Yates St. 


CAMOSUN 

FURNITURE RENTAL 
Month to M— 


. to Month 
Piece or group 
immediate Delivery 

833 Yates 


383-3655 


203 AMRTMINTS 
WANTED 


YOUNG PROFESSIONAL MAN 
and wife, returning to Victoria, 
Septem ber 1, requ ire quiet 2 bed¬ 
room accommodation with view 
or character, excellent refer¬ 
ences En|oy gardening. Pleese 
call 385-5338 after 6pm or on 
weekends. 


SELF CONTAINED ACCOMO- 
dations, furnished or unfur¬ 
nished, for students attending 
uvic and Camosun College. Con¬ 
tact OFF CAMPUS HOUSING 
REGISTRY. University of Vic¬ 
toria. Phone: 477-tfll, local 6153 
or 4392 


TWO RELIABLE WORKING 
girls need two bedroom or one 
bedroom with den. In character 
suite, duplex, etc for September 
l. We have no pets Phone Linda 
387 3791 (days), evenings 5956228 


FEMALE. GRAD STUDENT, 
non smoker requires a 1 bedroom 
suite, cycling distance to Unlver 
sity for Sept. 1st. Wlllpey August 
rent If necessary. 477-2883 after 
6pm. 


TWO VERY RESPONSIBLE 
voung women looking for 2-be<$ 
room apartment in James Bay 
Beacon Hill area. Can supply ref¬ 
erences. Will pay up to $300. 
592-2202. 


QUIET WORKING GIRL LOOK- 
Ino for a character apartment, 
preferably with fireplace. Please 
call Kathy. Monday to Friday, 
387-6552. before 4 or 5952056, 
after 5 and on weekends. 


TWO QUIET FEMALE STU- 
dents, want 2 bedroom suite, pre¬ 
ferably In Oak Bay, Rockland, or 
Fairfield. Phone Liz, 477-6911. 
local 4729 daytime, or 381-6440 
evenings 


SERIOUS STUDENTS LOOKING 
tor i bedroom unfurnished suites 
from September to April. Pleese 
send any replies In care of Dr. J. 
Routlev, 1880 Oearborne Place, 
Nanaimo, BC, or phone 75*4433. 


RESPONSIBLE OUIET BUSI 


RESPONSIBLE WORKING 
woman wanting suite In house, 
will do some lloht housework and 
gardening In exchange for re¬ 
duced rent Please call betwee n 
6-7 pm 477-2021. 


Adams, 224-3931 or 467-2768 leave 
message. 


2WORKING STUDENTS SEEK 1 
bedroom apartment near U Vlc- 
Shelbourne MacDonald s. $200 
month or less. Victoria Press Box 
788 


FOR SEPTEMBER 1, SELF- 
contained apartment for one 
woman, non-smoker, non- 
drinker, nb pets, modest Income. 
382 3865 


RELIABLE RETIRED COU- 
ple, wish to sublet furnished 
apartment, mobile home or 
house, November-Aprll. Refer¬ 
ences. 388-4471 extension 363. 


YOUNG MAN LOOKING FOR A 
l -bedroom apartment or bachelor 
suite in exenanoe for managing 
2-6 suite building, previous ex- 
perlence. 382-9086 


WANTED FOR SEPT. 1ST. 2 
bedroom basement suite, duplex 
or ,hou$e for 2 women and 1 small 

sftBhaH&r ^ w * h 


QUIET LADY, NON SMOKER, 
seeks one bedroom apartment 
vicinity of Mt. St. Mary's. Sep- 
tember l. Phone after 6,598-8714 


SELF CONTAINED 1 BED- 
room apt. near U Vic for quiet 
tern ale student, non smoker. 


RESPONSIBLE WORKING 
girl with ca‘ — 


girl with cat_ 

apartment. James 
area. September ‘ 


SW.I-WWB 

1.383-6835 


203 APARTMENTS 
WANTED 


SIDNEY AREA ACCOMMODA- 
tlon required by mature working 
couple References available. 


_'. T F*>, 

474-1071 around*. 


Oak Bay. 


CAREER WOMAN 

^l^hoceanyiew! **8sr ttnm 

3-B 
pie* 

reasonable 


BEDROOM SUITE OR DU- 
»x In Fairfield or Oak Bay area, 
asonable rent. Phone J95S769. 


204 SNARED 


accommodations 


LADY WITH HOUSE AND DOG. 
would like someone to share ex¬ 
penses. Prefer person who 
smokes, likes a beer. Is fond of 


LOOKING FOR SOMEONE TO 
sh,r, vour home or epertmenl? 

Pager 551 


204 SHARC0 

ACCOMMODATIONS 


LADY , 
share ler 


IN 20 S WISHES TO 

B&SSUifAfS" *.. 




NON TOBACCO VEGETARIAN 


eree 396-TOO 


SHARED ACCOMODATION IN 4 
bedroom home in Oe* Bey. lor 
jjbun^womAn. Reetoneble rent. 


UNFURNISHED BEDROOM IN 
^vjc^wgt hoove. ,140 


RESPONSIBLE PERSON TO 
$hajM bedroom house. Sept. lsL 


55252, evenings, 592-0975. 


2M DUPLEXES 
TO RENT 


HAPPY VALLEY. 3317 LQD- 
mell Rd. Available September 
1st. Spacious 3-bedroom duplex, 
upper level, w/w. kitchen appli¬ 
ances Included, family oriented 
subdivision, close to school and 

112-271-7448 collect. 


MODERN 3 BEDROOM SUITE 
in Immaculate condition, avail¬ 
able to responsible family. Col- 
wood area, convenient to shop¬ 
ping, arena, and Victoria No 
pets. $300 per month. Call 
592-1943. 


SPAC IOUS 2JEDROOM 
upoer, with den. Offering privacy 
and security. Willows Beach, Oak 
Bay, September i. Prefer mature 
|^$400 incudes heat. 


LANGFORD. 2 BEDROOM 
lower duplex, storage room, 
fridoe, stove, wall to wall, water 
Included. $290 month. Available 
September! Close to all ammen- 
Itles. 47*4552 


METCHOSIN AREA. 3 BED- 
room duplex with 2 fireplaces, 
full basement, carport, sundeck, 
ensulte, fridoe, stove. $370, Sept. 
1st. 388-9821- 


MODERN LARGE TWO BED- 
room side bv side, fireplace, fin¬ 
ished basement. Bay-Fernwood 

w-.tfmisAgsr " lst 


3 BEDROOM, 1 Vt BATHS, 
large separate dining room, good 
parking, near Gorge Vale. $385 
monthly, 384-0614 between 10 am 
and 1pm. 


SOOKE 

3 bedroom lower 


er/dryer, fridge, stove, and hot 
watery Drapes. *325. 386-7977. 


DUPLEX SUITE, THREE BEO 
room, dining room, full base- 

SKLA 1 ?** ,n oirao * MIS. 

388-6383 at 10 am. 


SEPTEMBER 1, ATTRACTIVE. 
2 bedroom side duplex, $350. Ma- 


THREE BEDROOM BRANO 
new side by side duplex In Gordon 
Head Available September 1 et 
$475. 477 2473 


COSY 1 BEDROOM _ 

suite, Jubilee area . Close to buses 
and shopping. Includes utilities. 


.^ASEMENT 


AVAILABLE SEPTEMBER 1, 


207 


DUPIMES WANTED 
TO RENT 


LAW STUDENT AND WIFE DE- 
slre duplex or small house Uni 
versify. Fairfield or Oak Bay 

willing to lease. 477-7369,- 

4-9pm. 


MATURE, YOUNG WORKING 
man with dog needs duplex or 
apartment with fenced In verd for 
September 1st. References. 
385-5475 6 pm to midnight. 


F,R * T - 

or house for Sept. 1 
rent 383-8062. 


211 


HOWES TO RENT 
UNFURNISHED 



EXECUTIVE HOME 

2KK) sq. ft. of luxurious llvln 
$750 PM. Avail Aug. 11. 




Cotlor HIII-McKofulo. Ono level 


Nice area In Esouimalt. 3 BR 


irtr^.Tsf 5 oT/!s l,c,w ' 

Kanzi^area. 3-BR 


James Bay. 2-BR townhousa, 
g^^appHances, W-W. Sept. 1. 


SPECTACULAR 
SEAVIEW 
DALLAS ROAD 
Older home with lots of charac¬ 
ter immaculate shape In and out 
— all redecorated In very good 
taste. Lots of thought has gone 
Into making this home complete¬ 
ly easy cart with old-fashioned 
charm. 3 bedroonn, 2 bathrooms, 
den, lots of closet space. Close to 
park. Transportation #li 


Available immediately. Mrs! 


David Burr, 
davld burr ttd. 


DELUXE 3-bdrm 
TOWNHOUSE 

l Vi Bathrooms, $360 

E Low 

cost oil heating. W-W carpets, full 
basement. Electric fireplace, 
free water and cablevislon. wash- 
er, dryer, fridge and stove in eech 
unit. Aveilabte Sept. 1. 

Phone Mr. or Mrs. MacDonald 
for viewing 477-3481 
viewings 9 a.m.-6 p.m. 
Byron Prl<g and Assoc. Ltd. 


EXECUTIVE 
WATERFRONT 
TOWNHOME 
Situated on Saanlchton Bay. Two 
bedrooms, triple plumbing, util¬ 
ity room, double self-contained 
oaragt. All appliances and 
drapes. Adults only. Minimum 
one year lease. References 
required. S6S0 per month. Mr. D. 
Victoria .. 


L,d ' 


211 


HOUSES TO RENT 
UNFURNISHED 


LUXURY TOWNHOUSES, 
B.v. 1JS Mlctiloaq St. 2 or 
3 Morooms, all appliances, fire- 
iXooe, courtyard. Furnished or 
unfurnished. Renf S450. Herb 
Smith 3S4-I424 or 39S0275 (pager 

Smith Ootoon Estates Ltd 


ATHLONE WOODS 
3-bdrm, 3 bthrm home. 
No pets. $550 per month. 
Call The Zleolers, 
592-1748. 


3010 FIFTH. 2 BEDROOMS 
Fireplace. Lovely garden. 
Grapes. Many fruit frees, Sepa 
rate .oerege. Meture married 

’em- 


- -_ j. Ma 

couple. No children, no pi 
Local references. $400 septi 


C-9 


210 


HOUSES TO RENT 
UNFURNISHED 


COLWOOO. NEAR GOLF 
Course, new 3-bedrnom, living 

^ , 4 , isa , .r s, ' ,,,mb,r 1 


--- 1 to April 

encee. Rhone 598-7376 


BEACHFRONT, 

per month 
130. Refer 


PRIVACY AND SECLUSION ON 

pllences. $375. AvaTleble August 
15th, 1 yeer lease. 478-8604, 460 
Atkins. 


GORGE VALE AREA, NEARLY 
new townhouse, 3 bedrooms, m 
baths, $t4ve, fridge end drepes, 
end unit. $39$ per month, avail 
able Saptember 1st. 382-9587. 


TWO BEDROOM FULL BASE 
ment, dtlve In garage, secluded 
garden. Jubilee eree. Refer 
ences^please. *375 monthly. 


ROCKI>NO MANSION 
Would make a gracious guest 
house, 7MO sq. ft developed, 6 
bathrooms. 598-5092 or 386-7227 


FOR RENT, 3 BEDROOM, 3 
bathroom, fully furnished (or un¬ 
furnished). Exclusive district, 
$625. Phone 6555897. 


GORGE 

2 -bedroom cottage. Drapes, 4-ap- 
pliances. carpeting. $350 utilities 
Included. 385-5928 after 4 pm. 


CADBORO BAY. RUSTIC 
dream 2-bedroom cottage, fire 
heat, w/w. $400. 

595-7609 


SEPTEMBER 1. ATTRACTIVE 3 
bedroom house, on large lot, near 
Swartz Bay RellableHennants; 
references. Victoria Press Box 
824. 


SALT SPRING, BURGOYNE 
COttW ' 


EXECUTIVE TYPE HOUSE, 4 
1 —‘ - 3 t —*— 


room, rumpus room. 4 : 


ms, parr 
1794909 


SMALL HOUSE AVAILABLE 
Septgnnber^L Sooke busline Rea- 


BUNGALOW. SUIT DOCKYARD 
or Naden based couple, $295. 
383 2614. 


211 


HOUSES TO RENT 
FURNISHED 


SOUTH OAK BAY WATER 
front for 6 months, November 1st 
to April 30th, completely fur¬ 
nished, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 
drlye-ln oarage. 5 appliances, 
adults oniy, no animals, $400 per j 


? 3043. 


TWO BEDROOM HOUSE ON 
ShawnTgan Lake. Attractively 
furnished. All electric appil 
ances OH furnace and fireplace 
Available September 1 to June 30. 
112-743-2536 


RET RED COUPLE LIVE PRI- 
vate Island, free home plus. Give 
phone Box 6. Stalker Road, Ga- 
brlola V0R 1X0. 


212 


HOUSES WANTED 

nwasa vim i bv 

TO RENT 


RETIRED CLERGYMAN AND 
wife require a 2/3 bedroom house 
(Cottage) on the basis of long 
term occupancy. Full/partlal 
basement preferred! Ga 
rage/carport deslreabie. Date of 


^ U gr'Yh^! , 4 A 77T5ir 1,,S ^ 


SIDNEY MERCHANT 

plus voung family plus well- 
behaved dog need 2 or 3-bedroom 
house, prefer Central, North 
Saanich or Sidney area. Cell 
656-5381 or 655 3831. 


LAW STUDENT (FEMALE) 
and Royal Jubilee nurse, handy 
man types, require a two bed 
room house with study room close 
to UVIc. Leave a message for 
Roxana at 592-1789 or Ann at 
592-4386. 


LONG TERM (lO-YEARS?). 2 
to 3 bedroom, fireplace. In or 
near Fairfield. By professional 
couple. No children. Moderate 
renf equals reliable tenancy. Ref 
|renc£* available. Victoria Press 


NURSE WITH 7 YEAR OLD 
daughter urgently needs house or 
apartment to rent In Cordova Bay 
area. Would Ilka to sign yearly 
from Seotember to June as 
chlid will be attending school. 
658-8904 


HASSLING YOUR 
schedule to collect vour rents or 
show your properties? Let us do 
the work. We're a small Property 
Management Co. offering person 

Ho(dfn^ f wv^23. a " R0A *’ Bronl 


MARRIEO COUPLE "IN BUS! 
ness'' require 2 or 3 bedroom 
house, unfurnished. Prefer Cad 
boro, Oak Bay, Rockland. Fair 
field area. References. 721-3892, 5 
pm-7 pm 


TWO BEDROOM HOUSE OR 
duplex wanted In Saanich, Fair 
field, or Brentwood area, for re¬ 
sponsible family moving to Vic¬ 
toria Phone Parksvllle, 2453958 
or Victoria, 658-8035 


WANTED LARGE 3 BEOROOM 
bouse with full basement, verd In 
good condition in quiet area. Ten¬ 
ants wlm excellent references. 
Rent to own option. Cell 385-2776 
after Auoust 8. 


OAK BAY/CAOBORO BAY. 
Married couple (teacher) seeks 
small house or large character 
suite, Call collect: Patrick 
Adams. 224-3931 or 467-2768 leave 
message 


YOUNG MARRIED COUPLE, 
non smoker, would like to look 
after small farm situation, with 
two bed house, have small dog 
end cat Can produce work end 
credit references. 383-1537 


WORKING MOTHER WITH 1 
child looking to rent or share 
house Oak Bav-Falrfleld-James 
Bav area. excellent references 


_ URGENT!DESPERATE! 
Cheetah Enterprises has respon¬ 
sible clients with excellent refer¬ 
ences wanting to rent your house, 
apt or duplex 3855464 pager 551 


TEACHER AND YOUNG CHILD 
wish tp rent small 2 1 ' 


’ bedroom 


-Jsh to rent smell ___ 

house In country/North Rldoe 
lit * r# *' »«Ptember 1 . 


f ami Iy new Tn dfv, require 3-4 
bedroom house, * —• 




_with 1-2 bedroom 

suite, for September or Oc- 
1. 3858652 


RESPONSIBLE YOUNG COU- 
' desire smell older l 


• home ch 
. egeto love 
8 for Septem 


BY MIDDLE AGED COUPLE, 
no children. Two bedroom house 
or townhouse, possibly with op¬ 
tion to buy. Cell 595-7568 eve 
nlngs 


JAMES BAY LANDLORDS: 

Two conscientious edults, 1 child, 
seeking 2-3 bedroom house for 

ln 


TWO RESPONSIBLE WOMEN 
seek 2-3 bedroom home, close in. 
hevj» references. 387-3578 before 


RESPONSIBLE COUPLE WITH 
one child, require 2-3 bedroom 
house with yard In Colwood area. 


RESPONSIBLE MATURE COU- 
pie require 2 or 3 bedroom house, 
townhouse or duplex. Aug 15th, 
references available. 477-6659. 


UNIVERSITY INSTRUCTOR 
requires 2/3 bedroom house, va- 
clnltv Spectrum or Mt. Douglas 
High. 385)309. 


STUDENT LOOKING FOR 
Piece In the country. House or 
cabin In Saanich ar — 

Hat' - 


— area. Refer- 
ances available. 5951352, Daniel 


X9y*iGPOCTOR LOOKING 
tor 3 bedroom house In James 
Bey or Fairfield. 385-4902 


YOUNG CAREER WOMAN 
w shed character accomodation 
with ocean view. 4752431. 


LARGE PRIVATE LOT. OLDER 
house, semi rural, rental pur- 
chase plan. 479-1276. 












































































































































































































































































































































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C-10 

212 housis wanted 

TO HINT 


MARRIED WORKING COUPLE. 
««fly 30'*. two neutered cat*, 
older dog, would like quiet home, 
references available. 643 3149 

, R § S ?G£ S, P LE WORKING 
lady, looking for 1-2 bedroom cot- 
character suite, outskirts 
of Victoria. After 5 pm. 477-7773. 
Aug 4-a day and evening 656-4691. 

WORKING COUPLE SEEKING 
small farmhouse with laroe yard 

YOUNG OESIGNER AND WIFE 
require 2 bedroom house with full 
open basement for October 1st. 
477-6394 5-7pm. _ 

WISHING 4-5 BEDROOM HOME 
with acreage, preferably Mill 
Bay/Cobble Hill area. Immedl- 
atelv. 721-3044or 479-5290, 

21$ HALLS, WAREHOUSES 
STORES mi OFFICES 
TO REST 


: i 

HOWN 

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K ROS on 

£ IANSHARD 




PttWfe Pw^« 

1006 FORT ST. 

3000 sq. ft. prime office space, 
good parking, air conditioned, ex¬ 
cellent co-tenants. Will subdivide. 

830 

PEMBROKE ST. 

2500 sq. ft. ground floor office 

asrtKiiSr 

829 ADMIRALS RD. 

1800 so. ft. of bright ground floor 
office space, very reasonable. 
Excellent parking, some parti¬ 
tions already In. 

966 YATES 
STREET 

6800 sq. feet ground level store 
space. S1I00. 

GORGE AT DAVID 
WAREHOUSE 
SHOWROOM 

High traffic, easy access near 
Douolas Intersection, 9000 sq. ft. 
R>rlease or sale, see our sign on 

For further Information please 
fOhtact Brown Bros. Agencies 
Ltd., 385-8771, 


PROfWTMS ITD7 REALTOR 
1911 QUADRA 386-31! 

OFFICES: 

3960 Quadra St. 1010 Sq. Ft. 

464 E Burnside 1400 Sq. Ft. 

3025 Shakespeare 1200 Sq. ft. 

^saSSa?a»itR- 

S38S3SS:3BftR 

Sidney from 425 Sq. Ft, 

Douglas and Hillside. 2700 S.F. 

RETAIL/STOREFRONT 
3400 Douglas 2300 S.F. 
Stadecona Centre from 356 S.F. 
Gov't & Bav2500 S.F. 

Burmlda Plaza 2000 S.F. 

2614 Bridge St. 561 S.F. 

2649 Douglas St. 1740 S.F. 


WAREHOUSE 

Gov't 8, Bay 1200 S.F. + Office 
626 Esqulmalt 1200 S.F. 

786 Falrview 3500 or 7000 S. F. 

R O LAW_386-3124 


OFFICE SPACE FOR LEASE 
L GHT, BRIGHT AND AIRY. 500 
BLOCK YATES NOW BEING 
OFFERED FOR THE FIRST 

^Np^AND 3RD FLOOR AVAIL¬ 
ABLE UP TO 7750 SQ FT IN 
VERY ATTRACTIVE NEW 
BUILDING. ELEVATOR AC- 

fSgs F K L Y C SgH F T EATURESCE,L - 

-^UNIQUE GLASS WALLED 
PENTHOUSE WITH EXCEL¬ 
LENT HARBOUR VIEW UP TO 
2200 SQ FT ELEVATOR ACCESS. 

COMPLETELY REMODELED 
2ND FLOOR OFFICE SPACE 
ELEVATOR ACCESS UP TO 3212 
SOFT 

•AMPLE PARKING NEARBY 

sassssiis* possession ,f 


(Brbrir f?trrlr 
iSraltu iCth. 


wMrctHOUSES 
’<00-4500 sq. ft. on Gorge Road 
for light Industry or storage. 

RETAIL 

3000 - 9000sq. ft. showroom. Ideal 
for carpets or furniture on Gorge 
Road. 

388-6258 


taurant. 

Call DICK LAWSON 


MEDICAL OFFICE 

1 105 Pandora Ave. 471 sq.ft, of 
partitioned Medical Office space 
located in the Medical Arts Build¬ 
ing, Immediate possession. 

DOWNTOWN OFFICES 

A choice of office space from 335 
sq.ft, yp to 2200 sq.ft, available to 
view In modern air-conditioned 

S»v.«« c,,v Mrka0 * 

RETAIL STORE 

*nartr l miev:'iu& 


MORGUARO PROPERTIES 
PIKHM3KM16* 



VtCTORIA'S FIRST CONDOMINIUM 
OFFICE/WAREHOUSE COMMUNITY 
831 DEVONSHIRE ROAD 

652-4461/386-0897 

E.Y. Construction Ltd. 


COAJMERCIAL, RETAIL AND 
WArehouM space in LAdysmlth, 
NanAlrTKi .ndPwl AlbArnl. Coo- 
,M " of LaaI Ra- 


nings 


Ltd. 758-1741 or IsitmZt 


MWc EE Jas 

WH'^TO^'E^'r? J H 

388-4271. 


ltd.; 


f^ E clL A . CE W^?.ia, E 


.ooo,50? F , F a IE , E , s S, AEE nov . t . a 


OFFICE SPACE 
PRIME INDUSTRIAL 
AREA 

Entire lloor (epprox 1,740 til, 
well lit PArtlHoned bright offices 
complete with storage eree. 
[•roe security veil. elc. Good en- 
frAnce anO reception eree. Rote 
2 ! *5.80 per ft Includes every¬ 
thing- Hydro, taxes, etc. Can 
either be monthly or arrange 
lease Good access end periling, 
close to downfpwn. Call 316-3414 
local 55for appointment. 


21S HALLS, WAREHOUSES 
STORES mi 0FF1CIS 
T0REHT 


OFFICE SPACE 
AVAILABLE 



V:00am loS:00wnl^n. toFrl. 

Unique Office 
Space For Lease 

Modern 1500 sq. ft. 
finished store front office 
space containing 5 of¬ 
fices, board room with 
open work area, over¬ 
looking landscaped 
courtyard. On-site park- 
ing. Inquiries-479-8261. 


CUSTOM DELUXE OF¬ 
FICE OF 550 SQ. FT. 
WITH KITCHENETTE 
AND 3 PCE. BATH. 
IDEAL FOR APPRAIS¬ 
ER OR PROFESSION¬ 
AL MAN. FREE PARK¬ 
ING. 

HENDERSON REALTY 
LTD. 

385-9741 


BRENTWOOD 

VILLAGE 

SQUARE 

898 sq. ft. of retail commercial 
store available Immediately. Su¬ 
perior shopping complex In heart 
of Brentwood Village. 3-year 
lease Mr. Don Munro, victoria 
Realty Ltd 386-3585or 477-1705. 


GROUNDFLOOR 
OFFICE SPACE 
HILLSIDE AVE. 

All utilities Included In rent with 
anitorlal services. Ample park 
Ing. Maximum 1100 sq. ft. or 
smaller. For further Information 
call. 

38*4434 WIJLFGEE 388-4434 
WESTMONT REALTY 
(1977) LTD. 


^palrCenter, 751 Cl oversale 
has moved to a new. larger build¬ 
ing lust next door. 2500 sq. ft. of 
former Cal Van Building now 
available for lease. Ideal location 
for auto related business In heart 
of Victoria's Automotive Dealer 
section of city. Premises avail¬ 
able Immediately at excwtional- 
•v low lease rate. Phone Cal Van, 
386-2155, John Young, General 
Manager. 


Duncan Warehouse 
Commercial 

3140. ft. left In new *000 so. ft, 
block building m new Industrial 
Park. Office and showroom com- 
Dieted S600 per month. 7481431 or 
746-4032, 


ESQUIMALT 

ADMIRAL SQUARE 

1200 so. ft. or 300 sq. ft. Excellent 
retail location In this busy land¬ 
scaped square, where under¬ 
ground parklna for shoppers is 
Provided Available Immediately 
388-5471 Concord. 


OFFICE SPACE 

950 sq. ft. near T 4 C Shopping 
centre, bmple parking $250 
monthly. Call 

388-4434 RICK KINNIS 388-4434 
WESTMONT REALTY 
(1977) LTD. 


560 SQ. FT. AVAILABLE IN 
small well located professional 
building, 1640Oak Bay. Air condi¬ 
tioning, elevator, ideal for solo 
medical or dental practitioner. 
Very favourable leasing terms to 
fill this last unrented space. 
595-3488. 


WAREHOUSE 

2100sq. ft. for lease with option to 
purchase, 18' ceilings. Finished 
office. Electric heat. $625 per 
month. Taxes and water Includ¬ 
ed^ 858De von shire Rd. 477-5274 or 


_ COLWOODAREA 
2210 square feet of prime ground 
floor offlce/retall space. Me\ 


TI< 22,°!L l 5? /reta ii *9** be 
subdivided or rented as one prem- 
£e. (Corner of Goldstream and 
Bryn-maur). Call 388-5123 week¬ 
days. 


UN'QUE, MODERN, AIR CON- 
gWooed, private office, In new 
building with underground park 
Ino. Reception area, secretary, 
printing shared with architec¬ 
tural firm. In Cutobon Building. 
Phone 382-5125. 


WAREHOUSE 
1300 sq. ft. for sale or lease. 
Available Immediately. Call 

ana.am 10 " 


-- - basement with loading 
doors. $650 per month. 660 DIs- 
couveryst. Phone 384-9865. 


RETAIL SPACE FOR RENT 800 
-2300 sq. ft. Lots of free parking. 
Well's Fargo Holdings, 38^7813 


thoroughfare --- 

Owner ^3-87 


WANT WORK SPACE, SIZE 
20x24 or bigger. Rent by the 
month. 220 hookup for saw. 
382-2896. 


600 SQ.FT. OF SPACE IN GOR- 
don Head professional building. 


3930 DOUGLAS STREET 
1200 sq.ft. Apply within, 479-7121. 


6111 PATRICIA BAY HIGHWAY, 
available Immediately, 375 sq. 
ft. 652-2521. 


PRIME RETAIL SPACE FOR 
rent. 382-4214. 


231 MORTtADE UMNS 
M0 INSURANCE 


Household Realty 
SECOND 
MORTGAGES 

NO BONUSES’ 

FAST SERVICE 

Come on In or call the nearest 
office of Household Finance 

Ask for Mortgage Services 


VICTORIA 
651 Johnson Street 
382-8156 

3459 Seanich Road 
386-3226 


2ND 8,3RD 
MORTGAGES 
•No Arranging Fees 
•Prepayment Privilege 

C.A.C. REALTY 
307-1208 WHARF 
384-9371 


233 


M0RT8A6E LOANS 
AND INSURANCE 


1st AND 2nd 
MORTGAGE LOANS 

SOOKE —GULF ISLANDS 
SHAWNIGAN - DUNCAN 
UP-ISLAND —MAINLAND 

we specialize In Land and 
Land Development Mortgages 
anywhere In B.C. 


Existing Mortgages Bought 

Call Mr. Douglas Hawkes 
384-7128 (after hours 477-9544) 
DOUGLAS HAWKES LTD. 
990 BLANSHARD ST 


MORTGAGE MONEY 
AVAILABLE 
Fast —courteous 
Service 

GLENGARRY REALTY 
479-7138(24 hrs.) 


234 MORTGAGES 
FOR SALE 



INVESTORS 

GOOD RETURN? 

w , e n 

INTER?^T R (BvL?ULATEDAND 
PAIDMONTHLY 
CALL 
^ 384-8124 
HOWAROCLARK 
BOB RESTALL 



FIRST MORTGAGE 
_ INVESTMENT 
*]3'000 @16.64%, 6-month term. 
Monthly payments of $174.20. 
Property value of $22,500. Call 
&?)&S,§!L a, \ d,und at SAEC 
382-9255 (24 hrs) 


. , 1ST MORTGAGES 
Interim financing, 18 % yield. 
Please phone David C. Butter 
field. 

Northern Pacific Realty Ltd. 
479-1687 (24hrs.) 


235 WANTIDT0 
BORROW 


512,000 

2nd mortgege rewired, well se¬ 
cured and with excellent credit 
rating. 

„Ben Grelg 3*1-6766 or 3M-7557 
Capital Cltv-Reattv Ltd 3*6 755? 


240 BUSINESS 
OPPORTUNITIES 


clwn^ettoa, 
(JCofnvej Sm. 

BUSINESS 
FOR SALE 

1 Thriving candy store on busy 
main street. Excellent poten¬ 
tial. Great opportunity to get 
into the downtown business 

2 Quality Ladies Fashion Store: 
Excellent location In the down 
town core, for further details: 
RICHARD HOLMES, BRIAN 
SPARK, PEMBERTON, 
HOLMES LTD., COMMER- 
CUL USPum^Nt. 

BAKERYAND 
DELI 

ONLY $49,500 

One of the greates opportunities 
to own your own thriving busi¬ 
ness; In this rapidly expanding 
area of Saanich Peninsula, situ¬ 
ated In one of the most up to date 
shopping centres. Showing a 
steady Increase in sales Well 
equipped, present owner will as¬ 
sist, new purchaser In change 
over If required. MLS. 

For Information on these excel¬ 
lent business opportunities please 
call: 

, „ CLIFF ANDERSON 
(Off) 384-8124 (res) 477-3994 


RESTHOME 

« n tSW^?rL^Sc'K°: 

LAND area. Owner-Occupiers 
earn $47,000 net, with 12 guests, 
plus up to 10 more (presently fos- 

rwNKAwe 

T1AL CARE", which requires no 
medical training in the qualifica¬ 
tion process. All guests are am¬ 
bulatory and self-caring. The 
homeJs Immaculate; has dtarac- 

wrc,rr.R 

aNMimi 

TO SHOW. Vendors will assist In 
financing up to $100,000. Asking 
$210,000. MLS 41162. 

, GAIL WEINBERG 
595-1535 477-4467 

_ , PETER DUECK 
386-7521 479-9909 

BOOR AAA N INVESTMENT 

2045 CApjfcko BAY RD. 


DRYCLEANERS 

family operation in Brentwood. 
Welj established business Confi¬ 
dential information availabla to 
serious purchasers. 

CLOTHING STORE 
Excellent business operation 
wowing a good ireturn. Located In 
the busy city of Nanaimo. Call me 
now for more Information. For 

. j 


the right person, this is a great 
opportunity. Excl. $40,000 plus 
Stock. TED WEBB, 47V-7121 or 


Stock. 1 
384-0815. 

BRENTWOOD BAY 

2 bay garage and cozy two bed- 

SST tSSfrS SHS 

chanlc. Land and buildings only 
Includes pumps, tanks, hoist, and 
S a 5 t, ^*9 ,st ® r ER »C FRAZER, 
743-9155 or 477-7121. A. E. 
LEPAGE WESTERN LTD. 


FOR SALE 

Beautiful, old Gallano Lodge and 
resort boatpl, restaurant, lounge, 

ed with old country charm, deco¬ 
rated with greenery, antiques 
and oak galore. 17 waterfront 
units, sea views, patio doors. 
W/W carpet, individually deco¬ 
rated antiques, wicker — Pool, 
sauna, tennis court, laundry, bou¬ 
tique, fruit trees (15) lawn —deer 
roam the Grounds, Vh acres —> 
now ready for needed expansion 

loveliest of the Canadian Gulf is¬ 
land* — where tourism Is now 
mushrooming. Excellent gross — 
Call R. Shuev539-2233 


MOTEL 


16 unit motel. Ideal location, good 
- call C.A. McGuire 


return, please call C.A. 
..L. Evov at". 


or C.l: Evov at 748-3156, 7484817 
or 746-6362. 

Duncan Realty Ltd, 1-300 Brae 
Rd, Duncan, B.C. 


GROCERY STORE 

Stock approx. $9,500.00. Taka 
over existing lease. Call for de¬ 
tails. 

Oliva L. Martin 

^BLOCK BROS. REALTY*???. 13 


vans. All vehicles M.c. Plates. 
This h -- — 


VANCOUVER 
ISLAND 
HOTELS 
1. Ideal partnership operation, 
125 see* r, A" pub, cafe leased, 
barbershop and Import shop. 115 
ft. f fontage on busy main street. 

2 West Bay Hotel — 96 seats, 18 
rooms, cafe. Situated on 7 acres 
on beautiful Sproat Lake 
3. Modern downtown motel, 14 
units plus 2-bedroom owners 
suite. Busy operation for man and 
wife. 

For details contact Jack Pringle 
at Nanelmo Realty Co. Ltd., Box 
518, Nanaimo, B.C at 754-2311 or 
pager 753-8221 or direct 382-1423. 


RECREATIONAL 
EQUIPMENT 
INSTALLATION AND 
SUPPLY 

Very healthy return back yard 
recreational equipment business. 
Central location serving greater 
Victoria. Pleasant and modern 
new commercial centre In good 
traffic location, sales volume 
shows steady Increase Top line 
product, well established clien¬ 
tele. $ 100 , 000 . 

DaveVogelgesang 
<77,1841 388-5464 

Office pgr. #760 

Block Bros. Realty Ltd. 


240 


BUSINESS 

OPPORTUNITIES 


SATURDAY. AUGUST 4. 19' 

240 BUSINESS 

OPPORTUNITIES 


135,000 


boss with an already growing 
business. The asking price In 
eludes tools, equipment, a van 
and inventory. You will Inherit an 
excellent lease in a busy retail 
area with opportunities for ex¬ 
pansion. For further details 
please call: DON MARSDEN 
388-6366 or CASTLE PROPER- 
TIESLTD. 386-6164, 


INVESTMENT? 

360 Acres WATERFRONT prop^ 
erty, lots of Timber to help pay 
for subdividing cost Into 5-ACRE 
LOTS. Was $995,000 — vendor 
may sell $795,000. For this prop¬ 
erty close to Lon^Beach. 

LOCAL HOTEL? 

In Down Town Victoria asking 
less than 6 times the net Income, 
MUST BE ONE OF THE BEST 
BUYS IN VICTORIA. For Infor 
matloncall: 

PETER PRIMGAARD 
_ F.R.I.R.I.(B.C) 

Seaspray Properties Ltd. 


DOWNTOWN 

BUSINESS 

EASY ONE MAN OR TEAM 
Business affording good living 
and excellent growth potential it 
one will work at It. this Is a 2nd. 
hand, tool, lewellery and musi¬ 
cal Inst., retail outlet with pawn 
brokers license. Well-established 
n j?* 5 * a L— for such business 
Lock, stock and barrel — $23,000. 
(Wholesale value of merchan¬ 
dise), ^feast call for personal 
interview. A. Klenman. 

Dunsmuir Properties 
388-7868 


BAKERY 
VEGETARIAN 
RESTAURANT 
independence opportunity In a 
high traffic market square, loca¬ 
tion. Very popular wtth modern 
decor, very clean. Sales figures 
show steady Increase In business. 
Good equipment; long term 
lease; well established return cli¬ 
entele. Excellent for local opera¬ 
tor. Price lust $35,500. 

DaveVogelgesang 
<77-1841 388-5464 

Office . „ Pgr. 4*760 

Block Bros. Realty Ltd, 


BUSY BEE 

1 hour cleaners. Expanding In 
new shopping centre. $20,000 an 
nual return on Investment can be 
expected, plus management sal¬ 
ary. No experience required, all 
training provided, or staff can be 
supplied. Excellent opportunity 
for owner/operators, or absentee 
owners. $25,000 Investment re¬ 
quired, with balance through 
bank financing to qualified buyer. 
For appointment, please call Bill 
Marshall 112-251-1971, or write 
Busy Bee, 1927 East Hastings 
Street, Vancouver BC, V5L1T5 


COURTENAY 
RESTAURANT 
ACROSS from new Westerly 
Hotel on Highway. Ample park¬ 
ing, new rustic cedar Interior. 
Good cooking will bring its re¬ 
wards. $39,000 Including stock 
and equipment. Renewable lease. 
DAVID HASEN. NANAIMO 
REALTY (NORTH) LTD., 576 
ENGLAND AVENUE,_CO_UR 

off.^ y * 


UCLUELET BUSINESS OPPOR 
tunity. Convenience store offered 
for sale. The price Includes land, 
building (store, living quarters 
and cabin) and fixtures. The busi¬ 
ness shows a good return and 
grow sales are increasing rapid¬ 
ly. This Is an Ideal family busi¬ 
ness for some couple that don't 
mind long hours and will work to 
reap considerable benefits. For 
further financial data call Ray 
Morris at 112-248-6382. 

BLOCK BROS. REALTY LTD. 

Parksvllle, B.C. 


Best Buy This Year 

Johnny's Restaurant, 50% part¬ 
nership, for sale. Close to % Mil¬ 
lion yearly gross. Exellent lease. 
64 years In cfowntown business. 70 
seats. Financing no problem. 
Must be sold In 14 days. It Is a 
divorce sale. Please write to P.O. 
Box 1733 or phone home, 598-8264 
anytime for more Information 


^ 16 UNIT MOTEL 

PARKSVILLE-QUALICUM 
area. Compact modern operation 
completely upgraded Excellent 
revenue. Increasing by 15% year¬ 
ly. Central location attracts good 

-patronage. Priced to 

'Ith $95,000 down. For 


off season , 

sell now wl.... 

full particulars and viewing call 
or write Jack Thompson, 531-7063 

“ .. Wolstencroft 

Columbia St., 
B.C. V3L3V6 


(res.) or 524-3641. 
Realty Corp., 317 
New Westminster, l 


RESTAURANT OPPORTUNITY 
NANAIMO 

Fantastic opportunity to the right 
Individual. Good location, long 
term lease, well established 
trade. (Last 6 mos sales In ex¬ 
cess of $125,000.) Excellent bank 
financing already arranged to 
those qualified. Min. cash re¬ 
quiredI $15,000. Financing will 
carry the rest. Absentee owner¬ 
ship forces the sale. Apply to Vlc- 
torla Press Box 806. 


TRAILER PARK 

Busy Quallcum Beach loca¬ 
tion with good accommoda¬ 
tion for the owner. Easy to 
operate. Asking $199,000. Use 
V the equity In your present 

JO^ < SHAV?lf Dr '*S«$'^444 
LARRY LINEHAM 5954)134 
NATIONAL TRUST 595-2121 


TRAILER PARK 

Busy Quallcum Beach loca- 
t on with oood accommoda¬ 
tion for the owner.‘Easy to 
operate Asking *1994)00. Use 
the eoulty In your present 

JOHN < SHAVE^° r ° , Tffi:94X4 
LARRY LINEHAM 5950134 
NATIONAL TRUST 595-2121 


STstelnharj* 2 ™' Attent,on: Mr - 


79 

244 REVENUE PROPERTY 


Will assist In evaluating propos¬ 
als and financing, locating specif¬ 
ic businesses, increasing Income 
through diversification, starting 
new ventures Also has a number 
of interesting and profitable busi¬ 
nesses and start up protects on 
file Phone652-4861. 


FAST FOOD 
FRANCHISE 

Prime downtown Victoria loca¬ 
tion now available. Owner Opera 
tor preferred. Call Vancouver 
922-3201. 


FINGERNAIL APPLICATION 
studio for sale, well established 
clientele, good reptrtatlon, high 
volume. Can be moved to Hair 
dressing Studio or operate inde¬ 
pendently Please call 382-5659 
between 7-9pm weekdays. 


WELL ESTABLISHED LOCAL 
Taxi Company has openlnos for 
one or two additional Owner Op¬ 
erators. This Is an opportunity to 
be Independent, associated with a 
Company that Is expanding. Call 


VERY PROFITABLE 
USEDCAR LOT 
—Downtown location 
—Excellent lease 

3854)122 


EXCELLENT BUSINESS Op¬ 
portunity Sidney, taxi and share 
available on rapidly growing 
Saanich Peninsula wltn estab 
llshed local company. 656-1372. 
9am-9ptr). 


INVESTMENT OPPORTUNI- 
ties available In the commercial 
flshlno industry. Co-op plans 
available. For more Information 
call Ray Mason, island Marine, 
479-8822. 


WELL ESTABLISHED TRUCK, 
car and RV sales lot, approx 1 
acre on busy Trans Canada 
For 5a,e or laase 


SALES AND MAIL ORDER 
Good Income. Excellent expan¬ 
sion potential. $5,000. Phone 
652-4861 


ARIZONACITY FULL SERVICE 
lot. 2 blocks from Lake, value 
$6000 3 years ago for sale. $1000. 
PO Box 1733. Divorce Sale. 


GROCERY BUSINESS FOR 
sale. Hillside Mall area, $8,000. 
Good lease available. 477-0710, 
12-8 pm. 


TRUCKING AND EXCAVATING 
business In Duncan area (In¬ 
cludes class III freight license) 
Mr. Bennett743-2184after6pm. 


LEASE OR PURCHASE MA- 
rina with licenced dining lounge. 
384 3170,388-5464 pager 595. 


TRADES CONSIDERED. 
Easily run business operating 
°yer 25 years, excellent returns. 
$10.000 down. 381-5118. 


BUSINESS FOR SALE IN HIGH 
385-2142,10-*5 e * ,60 °° Ph0n * 


P A * RK i NG AREA SUITABLE 
tor trucksorcars. 382-4214. 


CARPETDYEING 

Perma Color is now accepting 
applications for a carpet dyeing 
dealership for Victoria and Van¬ 
couver Island. The system cleans 
and redyes faded carpets to the 
original colour or changes the co¬ 
lour completely. For more details 
call or write Perma Color Canada 
Ltd., 4218 Yuculta Cres., Vancou- 
ver, B.C. V6N3R5,263-2222. 


244 REVENUE PR0KRTY 


BETTER DUPLEX 

Beautiful, 4-yr.-old, 3 BR, iv* 
bath, FP in LR DR, plus deluxe 
2 BR legal ste dn w 2nd FP. Quiet 
cut de sac, ml $85,500. All appli¬ 
ances, drapes Incl. This is one to 
see. Call 

„ HERBMCDANNOLD 
382-9191 384-6768 

REVENUE 

POTENTIAL 

Ideal for redevelopment 5-plex 
grossing $18,400. P.A. 12,293 sq. 
ft. R32 apt zoned lot In the heart 
of Fairfield. Offered at $14.56 per 
sq. ft. MLS. For detallscall: 

HERBMCDANNOLD 
382-9191 384-6768 

RESIDENTIAL 
CARE FACILITIES 

Modern mansion, 12 rms, peace¬ 
ful 2.09 ac. treed valley, 30 mins 
from Vic, all weather road. De¬ 
signed and equipped for special 
use. Unique potential offered at 
$139,000. ML. For detallspls. call 

M 2 .,„h , erbmcdannol &- 6768 

GORGE DUPLEX 

ideal live In. 3-BR and l-BR units. 
Sep. entrances, updated wiring. 
Cabinets, Cptg, Insulation, etc. 
Good value, only $55,900. ML — 
Offers considered. 

HERBMCDANNOLD 
382-9191 384-6768 

HOME and 
REVENUE 
298 BEAUMONT 

Cosy home and sep duplex all on 
one Hi-vlew Idscpd lot. Close to 
new Helm hosp. site. All w F.P.'s 
parages. Updated and modern¬ 
ized. Offers to $125,000. To view 
call 

HERBMCDANNOLD 
382-9191 384-6768 

THE PERMANENT 382-9191 


HIGH TAX 
BRACKET? 

Alleviate the problem, 
real estate prices are 
creeping up so If you are 
looking tor a C.C.A. 
(10%) Investment get 
ahead of the game by in¬ 
vestigating this seven 
unit townhouse complex 
with 2 bedrooms 1 Va 
baths and full basement 
in each unit. Excellent 
rental location. Two In¬ 
vestors have bought. 
Only 3 units left. Priced 
at $56,900. Each. Phone 
Brian Lawless, 477-0448; 
Jim Webber, 658-5977 or 
Town & Country Realty 
Ltd. 382-7276. 


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0|B] 

K ROS on 
IANSHARD 




FRANCHISE OPPORTUNITY 
M«lor fait food franchisor, with 
1*5 locations across Canada. Is 
now Accepting franchise applica¬ 
tions fa the victoria area. For 
further Information please write 

S!;e«."lu l ll?’fe'T 7 Sr^- 


JUBILEE 

Rooming house, 9 rentals net 
$9,000. mo Denman St. — $69,000. 
Also 1728 Denman, 5 rentals on 
104)00 sq. ft., could be duplex — 
$71,500. 

RALPH KELLER 
598-5144 388-4076 

T. L. Mann 81 Associates Ltd. 


TAX SHELTER 
33 SUITE APT. 

CLASS 32-10% C.C.A. 

Shelters other Income. Well man¬ 
ager, no vacancies, receives non 
refundable ARP subsidy, good 
cash flow. As new condition. MLS. 

$839,000 

GEOFF SINGLETON 
592-1429 
or 385-8771 
(anytime) 


APARTMENT 
331 SUITES 

consisting of 5, three-storev 
buildings on 11.17 ecres. Large 
suites with a mix of one, two and 
three bedrooms. Protect Is next 
to a malor shopping centre. Pres¬ 
ently grossing ttal.000. par 

trades f nanc,n ° and ^ consider 

F BISgE C R A s5^ R EALTV^?? <1 



YOU CAN BANK ON US 


SXS TRIPLEX 
2405-07-09 VANCOUVE R 

2 bedrooms, living room, kitchen, 
2 bath, drive-ln garage to 
«®ch side One side has 2-bed- 
<" basement. Gross 
£^$965 per month. Asking 

JULIE MANNESS 384-3866 

WAYNE BUTTERFIELD 
479-7030 

32 SUITES 
$690,000 

Apartment — Condominium 
block C.C.A. Strata Units, l and 2 
bedroom suites. 

JULIE MANNESS 384-3866 

M^YNE BUTTERFIELO 
479-7030 

18 SUITES 
$390,000 

C.C.A. 9 2-bedroom suites, 8 1- 
bedroom suites, l bachelor. 

JUL Mg E uH E RF,gtt““ 

479-7030 

10% C.C.A. 
GROUND FLOOR 

Suites fully rented. Centrally lo¬ 
cated. Ideal for doctors, lawyers, 
ceal estate, etc Lots of parxing. 
2200 sq. ft. Vacant for your busi- 
ness^PNced realistically at 

JULIE MANNESS 384-3866 

WAYNE BUTTERFIELD 
479-7030 

FORECLOSURE 

ESQUIMALT 

$149,900 

Two SxS duplexes to be sold as 
one parcel. Fully rented. 

JULIE MANNESS 384-3866 

WAYNE BUTTERFIELD 
479-7030 

FOUR-PLEX 

LANGFORD 

2-2 bedroom suites 

2- 3 bedrooms suites 

3- vear-oldbulldlno 
$98,000. 

JULIE MANNESS 384-3866 

WAYNE BUTTERFIELO 
479-7030 

NATIONAL TRUST CO 
(Douglas) _382-8101 


CONSIDER 
A DUPLEX 

FOR EITHER A PARTIAL OR 
TOTAL INVESTMENT! Situated 
on .beautiful LGE. LOT on a 
CUL-DE-SAC off St. Charles St., 
this MODERN SIDE-BY-SIDE 
duplex offers OUT OF THE OR 
DINARY accommodation. SIDE 
*1 has been EXPANDED to 
OFFER A SPACIOUS LR With 
fireplace; Ige formal DR also 
with fireplace; kitchen with eat¬ 
ing area and BALCONY off; two 4 
pee baths and 2 Ige BR on the 
main. Downstairs In the HIGH 
BSMT. are 3 more finished 
rooms. SIDE *2 which is RENT 
ED out, has 2 BR. FIREPLACE 
dividing the LR and DR; and 
FULL BSMT. also with drive-ln 
parage $110,000 MLS. Call NOW 
for more details. 

PATVICKERY 

477-7291 Bus. 384-8075 Pgr. 1104 
D. F H. REAL ESTATE LTD 

Gorgeous Gorge 
VIEWS 

Duplex or "In-Law” 
Perfect Condition 

This one-owner, legal duplex Is 
very special to the owner's — 
vou'll see why after stepping In¬ 
side! One would never think that 
a totally separate and self-con¬ 
tained one-bedroom suite existed 
within miles of the elegant 3 
bdrm. home with BSMT. Beauti¬ 
ful LR/DR with FLOOR TO 
CEILING FP and “like new" 
W/W carpetlno. Delightful kit- 
chen/utllltv with BUILT-IN D.W. 
andeatlno nook Lovely FAMILY 
RM. with FP. Good bsmt. 
WORKSHOP. Super, private 
SUNDECK off DR with high 
WATER and PARK views. Dble. 
CARPORT with add'l covered 
rec. vehicle prkg. Walk to golf 
and groceries. Don't drive-bv — 
treat yourself to a one of a kind 
vlewlnoexjperience! Phone now! 

SCOTTUSBORNE 
477-7291 Bus. 384-8075 Pgr. 1534 
D F.H. REAL ESTATE LTD. 


SIDEXSIDE 

DUPLEX 

Located on V 3 acre on quiet Col- 
de-Sac, close to shopping, bus 
routes and downtown. One side 
hasover 1800 sq. ft. of living area. 
3 Mr ms (master full ensulte), 
p us den, family room with fir* 
place, WET BAR — plus rec 
room. Stable tenants on other 
side. Vegetable garden—loads of 
parking for rec vehicles, boat etc. 

vendor as bought. 
MLS 40981. Offers Invited on re¬ 
duced price of $94,500. 

WELLS HOOKER 652-3634 

ALANWESTGATE 656-3423 

MONTREAL TRUST 3&2111 


: i 

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-8B J 

C ROS on 

1 I 

IANSHARD 


P«o«>* P*op4« , 

DUPLEX $44,900 

Gr «b It, must be sold, foreclo- 
su-e Solid 7 Br. oostelrs, down- 
P4 t* 1 beetlno units, 2 stoves, 2 
Irldoes Too oood to miss. Brlno 
an otter. It could be vovrs. Ap¬ 
pointments. 

JIM MASSEY or TEO KAY 
3854771 (anytime! 


DUPLEXES 

1. SxS duplex. Town and Country 
area. 2 BRs each side. Fully 
tenanted. $65,900. 

2 IX s A. Each side bas 2 

BRs plus full bsmt. and drlve-ln 
Mr age. Close to town In nice 
residential area. Fully tenant¬ 
ed $69,900. 

To view, call anytime. 

CONNYYASEY 

“^eTe^orbpay 4 ”' 875 ’ 


EXCITING REVENUE 

Located In a prime area of Col- 
wood. 2 BR. mobile home with 
J-aroe LR, fireplace, utility room. 
2 ® R ($175.00 per month 

rent) with fireplace due for rent 
Increase. 37x24 workshop with 200 
*mp service. FuHy fenced lot on 
cul de sac for inly $47,900. 

MIKE MYERS 

478-5561 (Bus ) 478-6349 (Res.) 

388-6275 paoer 799 
BLOCK BROS. REALTY LTD. 


THE WINNING 
COMBINATION! 

12 Hil^^olSS^Sut sofldly 
built! e 1-bedroom and 4 2-bed- 
room. Very, very low vacancy 
!? ctor - Ottered at under seven 
tjmes the annual gross Income! 
Can you find any better? If mak 
Ing money is your motivation — 
you call. 

477-0191 KNUD SCHWER 478-8203 
Royal Trust 


4PLEX 

^U' s . , cS2, ( l,P,*8^'3S« 

$69,500. Call Ron Crow for full 
Information. 

RON CROW 592-4989 

NATIONAL TRUST 595-2121 


DUPLEX + 

2-bedroom units with 2 In-law 
suites. Highland location — 

06-312* WSUG POSKITT 3*4-7*26 
Seaspray Properties Ltd. 


244 REVENUE PROPERTY 


REALTORS and 
NEW LICENCEES 

Castle Properties has an opening 
for 2 Realtors. We otter semi pri¬ 
vate offices. Central location, ex¬ 
cellent fringe benefits. Health 
plan. Top commission Spilt up to 
90/10. Referral Service, up to 
date listing tools for easy leads. 
For personal Interview call 
FREDDY STARKE 
•* 59S-1175 or 386-6164 


IMMEDIATE 

OCCUPANCY 

Saxe Point area duplex. Each 
side, LR with FP and dining 
area, 2 bdrms, full hloh bsmt and 
drive In garage, on fully land 
scaped approx '/j acre lot, short 
walking distance to bus and shop^ 
ping centre. Offers to $83,500. By 
owner 382-9588. 


SxS DUPLEX 

2 BR each side plus in-law suite 
In basement of one side. Excel¬ 
lent Investment at $79,900. 

388 4434 BILL SIDHU 477-5382 
WESTMONT REALTY 
(1977) LTD. 


4PLEX 

Just listed In Esqulmalt 
(choice area). All 1 BR Only 
$69,500. Call Ron Crow for full 
Information. 

RON CROW 592-4989 

NATIONAL TRUST 595-2121 


ESQUIMALT 4-PLEX 

Good location, fully rented, good 
condition Close to Naden. For 
details call Ted Dale at 382-8)01 
anytime. 

National Trust Co. 


REVENUE, UP-DOWN CHAR 
acter duplex, 2 fireplaces, beauti¬ 
fully renovated, large lot, de 
velopment potential, Crystal Pool 
area. Asking $64,900. Oave. 
382 5235 or 386-1351. Courtesy to 
agents.' 


WELL-MAINTAINED, OLDER 
11 unit building on 50x120' C-l 
zoned lot In Quadra/Hillside 
area. Four 1-bedroom, two bach* 
lor and five rooms, all sharing 4 
bathrooms Annual gross Income 
$14,400. Asking $79,500.383-4062. 


HOME AND BEAUTY SHOP ON 
1 1 acre of land at Quallcum Beach 
for sale. Good clientele. $53,000. 
Phone 752-6400 evenings. 


$67,000. SXS DUPLEX, 2-BDRS 
each side, Haultain area. 477-5796 


MAYFAIR AREA 

Older Triplex located on a valu¬ 
able corner lot of approx. 8200 sq. 
ft Good holding proposition. Ask 
ino $64,900. 

388-4434 BILL SIDHU 477-5382 
WESTMONT REALTY 
(1977) LTD. 


DUPLEX 

LAKEHILL 

It's a 1979 model, strata title but 
beino ottered as an Investment 
property There are three bed¬ 
rooms, V /2 baths, fireplace, and 
lots of extras each side. Presently 
well rented with super tenants, 
oood financing in place, and of¬ 
fered at $110,000. Class 31 CCA. 
(MLS). Call now for more Info. 
NEIL R. MACDONALD 
386-3494 (24 hr 

CENTURY 21 Western Homes 
1037 Cloverdala Ave. 
386-3494 (24 hrs ) 


247 COMMERCIAL OR 

INDUSTRIAL PROPERTIES 



PROPERTIES LTD 


846 BROUGHTON 36*6454 

MAYFAIR 

DISTRIBUTION 

CENTRE 

Victoria's finest retail warehouse 
development located In the May- 
fair district with high traffic ex¬ 
posure and excellent access to all 
area's of the city. The retail 
space is In units of 1200 square 
feet with only four units left. The 
warehouse space IsTn 4000 square 
feet and you have a choice of 
loading dock or drlv*ln spaces 
There Ts loads of addltlonaTpark- 
ing space and plenty of room for 
sem -trailers. If you are in the 
market for retail or warehouse 
space be sure and see these. 

ESQUIMALT 

2358 square feet of office space in 
the NEW West Coast Savings 
building, well-designed, well-lo¬ 
cated office space. 

917 FORT STREET 

Retail space plus parking, good 
traffic and walk-by-flow. 

SIDNEY 

Street-to-street location In a r* 
tailing area — lots of parking. 

CEDAR HILL MALL 

Victoria's most attractive and 
newest shopping mall. This In¬ 
stant success development has 
three small retail spaces and 
some office space available, act 
auicklv on tnls successful de¬ 
velopment. 

BOARD OF TRADE 
BUILDING 

New and heritage space. Excel¬ 
lent location at excellent price, as 
low as $7.50 a square toot gross 
rental for air-conditioned, presti¬ 
gious office space, with parking 
at the central city location. Four 
stories with views of the harbour. 
Be sure and see this first. 

747 FORT STREET 

Victoria's most prestigious down¬ 
town core building has some 
commercial and a little office 
space available. This Is beautiful 
space with all ist-class amenl- 


MEDICAL DENTAL 

New medical offlct space at¬ 
tached to established centre with 
X-ray lab and pharmacy. Occu¬ 
pancy Sept. l/'79. Air condl- 

fe a L E U T /G ^ ln0 ' TERRY 

CENTU RY 21 Western Homes 

l0 ^aifrs A r 


FORTSTREET 
FURNITURE STORE 

1*00 squere feet of floor end 
)forge eree Ideel men end wife 
oceflon Owners will stev e week 
«>v new owners. 

S25.000 

JG BAILIJE 479-4594 

OFFICE_ 595-2121 


UP ISLAND 
4-Acre Motel Site 

Zoned Ready to Go 
$300,000 

SeesprevPrg^erlles Ltd. 


CONDO OFFICE 

Ground floor office on busy 
street Aoorox 1000 so. ft. 
Full or ce*55.000. Vendor will 

JAC? ME ARS 
re J a A l C t k y m l E t A o R5 ° akbay 


* LIGHT INDUSTRIAL 
Just over 60,000 sq. ft. with two 
r °a. d « cc *ss« Very centrally lo¬ 
cated — On sewer. Ideal for 
warehouse development or In¬ 
dustrial park. 

,.a ^ Godson Estates Ltd. 
38*-l<24 388-5464 Paper 610 


SERV^CEtpLOTS FROM 

$21,900 

HIGHWAY EXPOSURE 
'ndustrlal Park 

Wllshlre Holdings Ltd, 478-4655 


247 COMMERCIAL OR 

INDUSTRIAL PROPERTIES 



11,000 SQ. FT. 

M-2 ZONE 

... Neer I Ml. Circle- 

™l- lCiiiR/.rS n ^ v°f 

5 

wfiojesole. or food outlet Asking 
residenflel velue tor prime 
comm, prooertv. Very broad zon- 
ino. Askino si 10 , 000 , and well 
worth It. 

MAYFAIR-DOUGLAS 
ST. 

65*x220’ lot and building on Douo- 
los St. half block from Mayfair 
Centre. Good development prop- 
ertv Askinq *225.000. 

DOWNTOWN-VIEW ST. 
60'xl20' cleared lot In WO view St. 
2 new bldos qoino up In this block. 
*145 OoS' Askino 

DOWNTOWN 

PANDORA 

In “Old Town" precinct with ex¬ 
citing plans for rehabilitation bv 
the citv. 40x120' lot or corner of 
Pandora and lanewav 3 small 
brick buildings being gutted 
f?6dYfoc new interiors. Askino 
5160.000 with trades accepted 

Call Frank Wills at 
388-7868 for these and 
other commercial prop¬ 
erties. 


COMMERCIAL 

INVESTMENT 

$385,000 

14 UNITS, OFFICE AND COM¬ 
MERCIAL BLOCK. DETAILS 
PROVIDED OF FINANCIAL 
STATEMENT AND CAPITAL 
COST ALLOWANCES. LOCAT¬ 
ED ON CORNER LOT OF 25,000 
SQ FT. WITH MORE THAN 30 
PARKING PLACES. CLOSE TO 
SHOPPING CENTRE IN DE¬ 
VELOPING AREA. 2-STOREY 
BUILDING OF 104)00 SQ. FT. IN 
EXCELLENT CONDITION. 
PLANNED AND BUILT FOR 
MINIMUM MAINTENANCE. 
MLS. 

GEOFF JACKSON 
592-0135 477-1841 

BLOCK BROS. REALTY LTD 


Located 10 miles from Victoria In 
a rural setting. 2 lots (37,000 sq. 
ft.) plus 2 buildings fronting on 3 
roads. 2 concrete block buildings 
60x30x17 and 40x24x10. Built Tn 
1965. Plus 1 frame building 46x45. 
Asking $1454)00. Call for more In¬ 
formation. 

BRUCE WRIGHT 
477-7291 Bus 384-8075 Pgr 1189 
D. F. H. REAL ESTATE LTD. 


GENERAL 

COMMERCIAL 

TREEDACREAGE 

2.68 acres with access from 2 
roads (570 ft. and 231 ft. front¬ 
age). Average dally traffic count 
— 30,000 vehicles, ideal fpr pro¬ 


fessional offices, auto use?, mini¬ 
warehousing, retail stores, etc 
Priced at $450,000. please call for 
information brochure. Kent 
MacLeod: 595-4273or 383-2244 


75,000 SQ. FT. 

I NDUSTRIAL 
CITY 

— Prime cleared and serviced. 
—Double access plus rail siding 

— Last remaining good sized 
property near city. 

— Vendor will carry substantial 
financing. 

— For further details please call: 

ALANWESTGAGE 656-3423 

WELLS HOOKER 652-3634 

MONTREAL TRUST 386-2111 


15,661 SQ. FT. 

General Industrial 

$115,000 

DRIVE BY 4350UPPLIN ROAD. 
EXCLUSIVE WITH 
MR. YELLS383-5039 
R. JOHNSON 592-3573 
J. H. WHITTOME 388-4271 


INDUSTRIAL AND 
COMMERCIAL SITES 

Full services, roads and side¬ 
walks In a new first class develop¬ 
ment. Industrial sites $2.50 sq. ft. 
Commercial $5.00 sq. ft. Leasing 
or purchasing of warehousing 
manufacturing or office facilities 
to meet your requirements. 

Don and Snlrlev Mills 
386-3231 381-5654 

BLOCK BROS. REALTY LTD. 


COLWOOD 
$3.02 S.F. 

400 Ft. from Colwood Corners, 
zoned C-l Duplex on property 
Great exposure to Highway 1A. 
The BEST BUY In Colwood. Call 
today tor details: 

R.D.LAW 384-3124 

Seaspray Properties Ltd. 


OWNER REDUCING PRICE BY 
25% or $104,250. Block Brothers 
nst price March 1979 $417,000. 
Otters to new price of $312,750. 
Complete and serviced 9 lots In- 

??&»7^: BO '* nSa,or 


COMME RICAL PROPERTY 
for sole or lease. Cl zone, can be 
used for restaurant, retell busl 
bettor professional offices. Hill 
side Mall area 4774)710, — - 


. 12-8 pm 


APARTMENT SIZES 
Choose Your Own 
Gail Jenkins 478-6458 

V1PCO_-_388-4232 


COMMFRCIAL PROP- 
FOf'SfSW.O 00 3*6-2*22, 
386-3033.592-9738, 


250 H0US€S FOR SALE 



B.C. LAND 

AND INSURANCE 
AGENCY LTD. 

ALBERT HEAD 

SEAVIEWS 

1.15 acres with large family 
home, guest cottage and Interest 
In private beach access. Flre- 
P'ace in Mvinorm. and family rm. 
3 full baths, 3 Ddrms on main and 
4th down. Childrens playroom. 
Full basemt. Entertainment size 
dinlnorm. Fantastic seavlews. 
Offered at $1154)00. 

478-8780 June Corby 478-5588 

COUNRTY 
3 BDRMS 
SPLIT LEVEL 

Corner lot In Metchostn, 2.06 
acres, treed, oood road frontage. 
Attractive well built 8 vr. old 


homa. ___ 

overlooking family rm. Sk>. 
rage/workshop. For details ( 
appointment to view cell: 

478-8780 June Corby 478-5588 

TRY YOUR 
OFFER 

3 bdrm. home under construction 
Is offered for sale as is. Drywall 

478-8780 June Corby 478-5588 


C-1CL 

250 HOUSES FOR S4U 

— iii. 


BLOCK 



See Our weekly 
BEST SELLER 
CATALOGUE 

SOUTH OAK BAY 
CLOSE TO THE SEA 
OPEN HOUSE 
SAT. 2-4P.M. 

2000 BEACH 

A l'/j storey, 4 bedroom Tudor., 
residence situated In a primal 
area lust minutes from the beach. 
The living room with fireplace 
has Trench doors leading Into 
separate dining room. The kit¬ 
chen is tastefully modernized, the 
decor of thakentire premises Is 
most pleasirtC A secluded back 
garden and separate garage, oil. 
not water heat, add to the menv 


features that go to make this an 
Ideal family home. Ottered EX¬ 
CLUSIVE $97,000. 

SHELAGH HALL « ' 

(24 Hrs.I 4/9.7K; 

WATERFRONT 
OPEN HOUSE • " 
SUNDAY 1-4 
948 RANKIN PLC. 
Delightful sunnv amnd warm wa¬ 
terfront retreat on the tranquil 
waters of the Gorge inlet. Modern 
and spacious 4 bedroom home In a 
rancher style with cedar shake 
roof, double separate carport. 
Finished Tudor style rec room 
with stone fireplace and lovely 
open terrace to back garden run 
nlng a gentle slope to waters 
edge. $114,900. 

DAVE VOGELGESANC? 
477-1841 388 5464 

Office Pgr. *760 

OPEN HOUSE 
SAT. SUN. 2-4 P.M. *•*:- 
4140 BREMERTON ?£.,• 
$71,900 new vacant. 3 bedrooms, 
fireplace, W/W. Cathedral en-o 
trance, 2 bathrooms; basenttnt^ 
leads Itself to further develop 
ment. Close to schools, bus. Oft 
Glanford, off Judah. Your 
hostes; 

Colette Wilkins 

Bus: 477-1841 Res: 592-6742 

TUDOR STYLE 
RESIDENCE 

Listed for sale for the first time 
since construction in 1929 This 
tudor style home Is In a prime 
location ona dignified quiet street 
within walking distance ot.«he 
park, hopsltai and the cltv Cur-.) 
rently organized as a triplex,' 
minimum effort would be re¬ 
quired to recreate the original 
home environment. Superior en¬ 
trance hall with tiled floor and 
panelled walls. Excellent hard¬ 
wood floors. Panelled staircase. 
Three bathrooms. Spacious bas* 
ment area. Delightful garden 
Excellent general maintenance 
View by appointment only. EX-» 

C L U SIV E Off ers to $ 117,500. 

592-0135 Geoff Jackson 477-184), 

SECLUSION 

PRIVACY 

Set in 1.25 acres in an exclusive 
area of homes, this property Is 
complete to the indoor swimming 
pool and perimeter fence. Creat 
ed in Its environment by architect 
John Di Castrl with quality con¬ 
struction providing an open living 
concept meeting the demand of 
entertaining and comfort In a r* , 
laxed atmosphere of over 4,000 
sq. ft. Minimum ground mainte¬ 
nance Fenced dog runs. 4 car¬ 
port, circular drive. View by ap . 
pointment only $250,000. 1 

592-0135 Geoff Jackson 477 )841 ' 

STARTING -- 

OR 

STOPPING 

You should consider this spotless 

3 year old 3 bedroom, lVj bath 
half duplex home Separate din 
ing room, handy kitchen, fire¬ 
place In living room. Huge walk 
in cupboard In master bedroom 
Lots of parking and back yard Is 

i!S C 2?94 CW r<J,^T , 4 M 7).?i4l 

QUIET LOCATION 

In Gordon Head In the LAM- 
BRICK PARK area this 3 ver old 

4 bedroom home (one In lower 
level) Is fully developed. Cosy liv¬ 
ing room with great rock fir* 
place and oak plank floors Sepa- 
f ate dfnlng room. Family kitchen 
with built In dishwasher and oar 
burator. LARGE family room 
Lot is over 9,000 sq. ft., fully 
fenced and landscaped. Good 
patting. Priced at $89,900 

Buzz Mainprlze 

658-8268 477-1841 

CADBORO BAY 
VILLAGE 

VIEW AND PRIVACY 

On a quiet no-through road of lust 
a few homes and with reasonable 
sea views, an Immaculte 3 bed¬ 
room home with a small but d*‘ 
llghttully private back garden; 
View living room with f I replace,- 
good dining area qff large kit¬ 
chen. Excellent basement Close 
to Cadboro Bay Village. $79,500, 

„ _ TEDWALFORD 
Residence Office (24 Hrs.) 

598-1420 477-1841 

**» #.M 

MARGARET BAY’ 
SUPERB SWIMMING 
POOL, COURTYARD 
Situated on a quarter of acreqer 
den in an exclusive area of GOR¬ 
DON HEAD, a superior 3 bed¬ 
room split-level residence with a 
fourth bedroom on the lower 
level. Full entrance, living room 
and dining room richly carpeted 
Spacious kitchen with breakfast 
room. Family room with fire¬ 
place. 3 bathrooms. 2 fireplaces 
Games room, enclosed court 
yard. Magnificent 50x23 swim 
mlng and family complex, full 
air-conditioning. EXLUSIVE. 
$149,000. 

TEDWALFORD 
Residence (24 Hrs.) 

Office Office 

598-1420 477-1841 

MAGNIFICENT VIEWS 
TERRACESAND 
COURTYARD 
SWIMMING POOL 
Situated high and private, a 
beautifully spanlsh-styled resi¬ 
dence In gleaming white, with su¬ 
perb views of the city and distant 
sea and mountains. 30x15 JACU 
Zl swimming pool. 54' private 
view balcony. Ideal for cocktail 
parties. 3 bedrooms. Living 
r»m, dining room, 25' family 
room with glass doors to pool. 2 
bathrooms. Palm trees. $129,000. 

TEDWALFORD * 

Residence (24 Mrs.-) 

Office Office 

598 1420_477-1841 


BY OWNER, CHARMING 2 
bedroom stucco home, Immacu 
late condition with fireplace, wall 
to wall throughout, heavily Insu 
Jated, thermo windows, electric 
heat, patio, on loeelv treed fot 
Quiet street, short walking dis¬ 
tance to Hillside Mall, $56,000. 

feira&ar nloh " v ,s * 


OPEN HOUSE 
Sat, Sun, Mon 1-4 
891 CLAREMONT 
„ SEA VIEW, CORDOVA BA' 
Feature living room, seper 
dining room with fireplace, 
chen with built in app. and 
perate eating area. Utility off 
chen. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, 
room. $94,500.658-1074 


"ALL THIS" 
$47,700 

COLWOOD 
’/a acre rural setting 
l bdrm. house, stucco, 
renovated 

1 bdrm. cottage, rent $175/mc 
Phone Owner, 479-6760 


OAKLANDS 

$45,900 

New listing, immediate posse* 
slon on this 3 bedroom basement 
home. Lot 50x110. Call m* tor 
details. 

Clifton Mak 388-7557,47*4)788 
Capital Cltv Realty 388-7557 


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C-11 

ISO MOUSCS FMSJUi 


m 


iwanaw- 


LTD-/ IKAIIC* 


ttiK 


OAK BAY 
OPEN 
SAT. 1:30-4 
2665 Topp 


Fine 3-bedrm home, greet toe* 
tion near good schools end good 
recreation. A formal Dining 
Room and Large Living Room, 
Rec. area ancfspare bedroom 
down are an vours for only M. 

S*3l24 DOUG POSKITT 3*6-7126 

TENNIS LOVERS? 

.. 

rs 3or 
_» mo a- 

... - —dining 

rc w n 1 Verv comfortable home 
with elegant living room for en¬ 
tertaining. Please call for private 
viewing. 

Exclusive at 
*129,900 

GERRY or EILEEN 
MARTIN 
477-7050 


ilsuispflnv 

MoJwmsiro./w*tioa 

'RACQUETCLUB 
AREA" 

^JSSSKtp^XfSti 

mt. Llvlno Room win, laro* 
windows, fireplace .and oak 

tv room and den or 

-drive In ga 

ow price ter 
» paint work 
• to view: 
316-3124 




4399TORQUAY DR. 

mmis 

ttopment in full high 
7NNIE WEYLER 38M12, 

HIGH QUADRA 

$ 120,000 
place to raise vour kids, 
•t get crowded living here, 

P* JJsjfe 4 

and Family Room. 
1 Room PLUS spa- 



HOKLY 




HANDYMAN'S 
this Is the * 
BILLS Into your 
CAUSE this' • 

' ' uv Jr 


jCIAL, _ 


CIAL In 


*37,900 

GERRY MARTIN 
477-7050 


NEW OAK BAY 
$55,900 


DON’T Ml: 
386-3124 


LARGE HOME 
LARGE 10% 
MORT. 

386-3124 DOUG POSKITT 3S6-7B26 


LAKEHILL 
$67,500 
NEW HOME 

Located on a cuHte-aac of new 
quality homes In this popular 
area 3 bedrms, carport, and an 
attractive Hvlng room, dining 

e-gtazed windows. Pin- 
room In the basement 
r. Excellent price for a 



_ K - -- ,— private patio. 

Fam. Room has Franklin stove 

gg£sftSrsttnK 

or 386-3124 

REDUCED $10,000 

only $59,900 MLS. To 


ETER PRIMGAARD 59*0306 
or 386-3124 

WATERFRONT 
NEW LISTING 

ZJX'XZn RFRONT^Rip? 


wrep-<_ 

for afternoon .. 
faced home has 
and double glazed 
ish a rec 
this wink, 
new home! 

GERRY and EILEEN 
MARTIN 
477-7050 

GORDON HEAD 
HILLCREST 
DRIVE 

Beeutlful Lot 
Syrvokl 
4 bedrooms 
Sauna and Rec Room 
$119,900 

■ THE MARTINS 
477-7050 


REVERSE 
CEDAR POST 
AND BEAM 
Christmas Hill 

This large 3 bedrm home is at 

fordable b- 

contained 
professional 
Ing room 


ge 3 bedrm home Is af- 
■ by most as It has a self 

m Is extra large with 



pea anaiM. __ 
reversed, the 
Room VIEWS out 

HTfTgntf Utefwy ___ 

lot Is smell but hes parking for at 

CONNIE WE YLER 386-3124 


“UP AND DOWN 
DUPLEX" 
"PAYS FOR 
ITSELF" 

c West only! veers old, solid. 
. ifra large lot. each unit has 2 
bedrooms extra laroe Llvlno 
Rooms, fireplace up. TMt could 
or HT 


ISSUER »Is taxes and water 
MAKE AN OFFER ON $56,500. 

Caff: 

CONNIE WEYLER 306-3124 

"COUNTRY ' 
LIVING" 
"Even a 
Chicken Coup" 

h oom ano me tuii basement has a 

swastfruMs 

the house Is tecatedat the and of a 
Country road — onty 4 years old. 
The lot Is extra large. All this end 

5@2^w?at?s 

masra 

CONNIE WEYLER 316-3124 

ONLY4 YRS. OLD 
Mt. Steven area 


KIIM, 


3 bedrooms up, 1»A baths, Sunker 
Llyjmg^Woom^formal plnlnt 



mg. __ 

CONNIE WEYKLER 316-3134 

3BEDRM 
• TOWNHOUSE 
"$30,000" 


a 


9» 


smell" 

NIE WEYLER 


lymant. 


250 HOUSES FM MU 




HOME + INLAW 
$69,900 

Hi QUADRA LOCALE 

366-3124 OOUG POSKITT 366-7126 

OAK BAY 

2 BEDS *55,900 

366-3124DOUG POSKITT366-7626 

COUNTRY LIVING 


iS i P IrSrt n ~ ai **»U- 

BROADMEAD 

$109,000 



bym4&!ntV_ 

PpTER PRIMGAARI 


. — MLS — VIEW 
MENT ONLY. 

0 59*4)306 


WATERFRONT 

CONDO 

chen, 4-pce bath. Living room 
with Dining area, PLUS MUCH 
MORE, Priced to sell, 154,000. 
APPOINTMENTS A MUST!! I 
PETER PRIMGAARD 59*0306 
or 316-3106 

NEW LISTING 

1454 T ampico—*82,000 
3-bdrm plus one down. 1310 so ft. 
on mein — MO finished down. 
3*yr.-old — PLEASE DO NOT 
DISTURB TENANT - to view 
cell: 

PETER PRIMGAARD 59*0306 
DOUG POSKITT 386-7826 

or 386-3124 

$44,500 

ESQUIMALT, 
OVER 2400 SQ.FT. 
This vary versatile home 
has, 2 original fireplaces, 
2 kitchens, 5 bedrooms, 2 
dining rooms, den, fam¬ 
ily room. This spacious 
home hes lots of accom¬ 
modation and flexibility 
for the asking price. 
Please call John or Sue 
Cabeldu, 592-2548. 



QUALITY BUILT 
HOMES. FIREPLACES, 
CARPORTS, CO¬ 
LOURED FIXTURES, 
DOUBLE GLAZED 
WINDOWS, INDIVI¬ 
DUALLY DECORAT¬ 
ED, 5 YEAR WAR- 
RENTY. FOR MORE 
INFORMATION CALL 
GORDON ENGLISH: 
OR GORDON ROBERTS 
388-5441 479-5413 

383-4803 

LEANO DEVELOP¬ 
MENTS 

LTD. 


NEW 

OPEN HOUSES 

1-7 PM 
SAT 8, SUN 

ONLY2LEFT 

SACRIFICE ATS51,900 

\ 

"Country Feel, city Convenient'' 
Only 5Minutes From Town 

Gbedroomt 
lone fireplaces 



Near Oak Bay V 


library. 


>«k Bay Village and 


250 MOOSES FOR SJUi 


FOR SALE 


Royal Trust 


529 ATKINS RO. * 

(off Westwlnd) 

SAT., 2-4 p.m. 

This 1200 sq. ft character home 
must be seen. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths 
plus one roughed-ln. Basement 
ready lor development of suite or 
rec room. Jt won't lest at $62,000. 
Seven fruit trees. 2 sets of sliding 
y hgdg or*. Again l sav be quick 

x-r,«,«y ,V,ANR 0®E R TS 

477-0191 477-0211 

3925 ASPEN PL, 

SAT. and SUN., 
5-7:30p.m. 



MW. One of a k.__ 

CAROLYN RHOMBERG 


477-0191 


*721-3840 


II built 2 


1725 CEDAR 
SAT., 2-4 p.m. • 

Excellent starter or retirement, 

-noma wtth 

' 1 zed lot 

HfRSffc 1-385, 

1657 LONGACRE 
SAT. end SUN., 

1:30-4:30 p.m. 

Chermlnp 3-bedroom family 
home with huge rec room end 
sunctecfc. 3 bath facilities plus 
dishwasher, carburetor and 
gntanhouse. Exclusive, prior 

M SPACKMAN 


477-01' 


7-7085 


2884 INEZ DR. 

(off Gorge Rd.) 

SAT., 1:30-4 p.m. 

GORGE GOODIE 
polity .built and tenderly cared 
forjv ^WnjfQWJterTthls 

SaToAi^srkiSSi'wtft 

ample cupboard space, the living 
room with hardwood flooring and 
fireplace end the drlve-in garage 
also has a pood storage area. 
Room for further development 
down. Lot It landscaped end tread 
but as home is vacant lawn Is 
thirsty. Reasonable priced at 

Ing with 

477-0191 JOHN LUND 314-9279 

40 KING GEORGE 
TERR. 

SAT. and SUN., 2-4 p.m. 
SUPER SEAVIEWS 

Contemporary 4-bedroom Oak 
Bey residence with superb see 
end mountain views over Gon¬ 
zales Bey. Offered at 1129,900. 
View or preview with 
_ RUTH CROSLAND 

59*5677 


477-0191 


3541 RICHMOND RD. 
SUNDAY, 2-4 p.m. 

The roie garden Is e riot ol 
coloor vendor moving to apart- 

XEsJJhSw! 75,000 - Try rour 

^ KEITH LECX, 

5724 OLD WEST 
SAANICH RO. 

SAT.-SUN.-MON., 

1-4 p.m. 

Seclusion, 9 mile circle, 10 acres 
of peace and quiet and e gracious 
life style In this 4-bedroom home. 
Large living room with feature 
fireplace, dlnlno room, huoe fam¬ 
ily room with 2 nd fireplace and 
bar — 4 car carport suitable for 
housing a motor home Sunken 
garden with pools. Full price 
$155,000, 

RON end PATRICIA SEDGER 
477-0191 479-3673 



4445 TREMBLAY DR. 
FRI.thur MON., 
1:30-4:00 p.m. 

VIEWS and MUSE I 

immediate possession end 111416 

^bedroom, 3 bath home In high 

with 
and 
for 1. 
clous 
good 
vr*. .. 

477i U , R ^ YROTHSCH >P W 3 

DALE YOUNG 

477-0191 ' • 388-6275 Pager 733 

OPEN HOUSE 
SAT., 1:00-4:30 
1640 EARLSTON 
(OFFSHELBOURNE) 

169,900 

Excellent family home In quiet 
end of street. Spacious llvlno 
room with feature wall and fire¬ 
place. Dlnlno area, spacious klt- 
chtn with built-in nook, 3 bed¬ 
rooms and 4-pce. bath. Full 
basement with rec room and Rl 
bath. Lovely secluded yard, 
66x125. 

PETER TER VEER 
479-1588 or 384-8001 

5217 BERYL 
WATERFRONT 

SAT., 1:00-4:00 

A Cordova Bay home — one 
owner. 180 deg. views — seclu¬ 
sion. !6yeers old—3 bedrooms — 
gverJ 209 s<j. ft.gentle path to the 


JOHN MORRY 
592-9770 or 384-800 


TUES. and WED., 

2-4 P.M. 

#12-933 ADMIRALS 
RD. 

TOWNHOUSE WITH A 
DIFFERENCE! 

Just listed, immaculate 3 bed¬ 
rooms (extra large master), liv¬ 
ing room with FP, dlnlno room, 
kitchen with eating area and ,v* 
bams. Basement with big bright 

162 5o8° m plu# ,0t * 01 * toraor 
MRS.‘MARILYN WOODWARD 
477-2722 or 384-8001 

REDUCED $4,000 

Now only 158.500 for mis 4-bed 
room home In the Strawberry 
Vale area. Living room with fire¬ 
place, family sized kitchen. 
Pleasant views from sundeck. 
MLS 41297. Please call anytime 
477-0191 JACKMOEN 658-5448 



DAN NASH 477-2078 

NEW MLS 
CADBORO BAY 

Spgrkllng clem «nd bright — 
large lot, backyard fully fenced. 
Traei and privacy. 3 bedrooms, 2 
full bathrooms, red room and 
Study or ath bedropm down. Ex¬ 
cellent schools, all levels, Unlver- 

saxi ® 

- 4 


SUM 


250 H0USESFMSJUJ 


SATURDAY, AUGUST 4. 1979 

ISO HOUSES FMSMi 250 HOUSES FM SALE 


FOR SALE 


Royal Trust 


LANGFORD • 
inline Hvlng room and dining 
room wim wall to wall white stone 
fireplace, 3 bedrooms, 2>/ } baths. 
Lake views. A great home. 
175,500. MLS 41106. To view, 
please call anytime. 

477-0191 JACKMOENS 658-5448 


REDUCED $3,000 
NOW $59,900 
SIDNEY 

3-bedroom home on a quiet cul- 

a nsae. Living room with fire- 
ace, dining room with patio 
doors to sundeck, large kitchen. 
Rec room and extra bedroom in 
lower level. Yard backs onto park 

• R ^y; k ,M , iSr c &, 0 

t Ion a I Information call anytime. 

GALE CHRISTENSON 
677-0191 ‘ 477-7047 


SIDNEY»—$51,500 

Drive bv 2306 Bradford Ava. Then 
give me a call to view mis 3-bed¬ 
room home, 2 on the main and 1 
down. Living room With fire¬ 
place. Drlve-ln garage. New 

477-0191 JACK-MOEN 658-5448 

REDEVELOPMENT 

SPECIAL 

FAIRFIELD 

1355 ft. lot. Near 
* x sn 

.... SM StnsrsisS. 

ASk ng 154,800 Drive bv 1033 
Paklngten and Inspect the axtarl- 
ML*h* fl cail * of appointment. 

477-0191 ° AL mS75 Pager 2561 
MURRAY ROTHSCHILD 
477-0191 477-9393 


CADBORO BAY 
No step. Spacious foyer entrance 
to cedar colonial style home with 
oldfashloned moulding and qual¬ 
ity construction. Main floor: 2 
BRS, full bath, LR and sap. din¬ 
ing rm. Large cabinet kitchen 
and laundry. Family room off. 

Staircase 

Kter-llned ensulte and 
ste sundeck that has 



METCHOSIN 

immaculate, 4-BR. well-lnsulat- 
ed home on large, fenced prop¬ 
erty. Finished rec. room with FP 
and rosewood panelling, also pre¬ 
wired for stereo. Only 165,500. 
Call 

H »i&| C ^ B 3 E 59 L , L 

MILLSTREAM 
2403 BEL-AIR 

Only 145,000 for a 2-BR with LR 
and DR. Hardwood floors, brick 
FP and leaded windows. Laun¬ 
dry room off kitchen. Sundeck 
and sep oarage, great starter or 
retirement. Call 

HAZEL CAMPBELL 
598-3594 or 384-8001 

CADBORO BAY 

Executive contemporary with 
Mansard root and rock exterior 
Sunken LR and master bed sit 


ting r 
cedar 


ceilings. 2 FPs. 


beamed 
sets slid¬ 


ing glass doors, 4 BRs plus office, 
lots of sundeck above swimming 

HAZEL CAMPBELL 
598-3594 or 384-8001 

RANCH BUNGALOW 
$54,900. 3 BDRMS 
Only 1-veer-oW. A most attrac¬ 
tive home, big kitchen, super 

l Fml r~~ ‘ 


ROMA MOLYARD 

Eves. 384-4827 


GORDON HEAD 
$69,900 

Just listed. 3 bedroom, family 
home, 15 veers voung, end of cul 

nook In kitchen. Full bsmf with 


Rec room. Great buy! 

TER TER V 


PETI 
479-1588 


VEER 

384-8001 


TOPAZ AREA 
$54,900 

Older home, 3 bedrooms up. LR 
and DR In line. Spacious kit¬ 
chen, full basement. 

PETER TER VEER 
479-1588 or 384-8001 


BRIGHT and 
SUNNY LOCATION 
Beautiful Broadmead 

Post and Beam contemporary 

room and teak kitchen with eat¬ 
ing area. Fully finished down. 
Rec room with fireplace. 3 pee. 
bath and guest bedroom. Vendor 

»l« WmU#tbe$0,d - 

_JESSIE MCGRATH 

479-3982 or 


VIEW ROYAL 
WATERVIEWS 
Nestled among trees on approx 
—. - wltfiflrt 


basement. Asking 189,900. 

JESSIE McORA- 
479-3982 or 


ARDMORE AREA 
West Coast charm, quality cus¬ 
tom built and almost an acre of 
treed seclusion, view this 4-bed¬ 
room with family room off beau 
tlful kitchen, rec room, 2 bath¬ 
rooms, 2 fireplaces, sundecks. 
double carport, thermopene win¬ 
dows. Asking only $138/500. 

JESSIE McGRATH 
479-3982 or 384-8001 

UPLANDS BUNGALOW 
Gracious one-level living with 
laroe living room and dining 
with 2-wav granite flre- 


wlth 2-wav granite flre- 
Dellghttul enclosed patio, 
suite master plus 2nd bed- 


ull ensulte___ 

room and den. Easv-care level 

IE MCGRATH 

384-8001 


900 BYNG STREET 
SOUTH OAK BAY 


jovment. otterj to »119,000. 

_ CONNIE REYNOLDS 
M4«7S, Pager I2!0or 3t4-aooi 

3941 ASPEN PL. 

(OFF ARBUTUS) 

A rare and delldittul combine 
Ion of eager ^lakaa. stone end 
il» home a itlrxt- 
Toee In a beau- 
end hoi 

«l 

also much, 
ioh 



iniwMLi’t?- 


JACK MEARS 
OAK BAY REALTY LTD. 



?1»4 OAK BAY 5«e-33Z1 

Where Trust Is 
The Basis Of AH Business 

OPEN HOUSE 
SAT., SUN. 2-4 P.M. 

1130 NEWPORT AVE. 

The best of Oak Bay — An 
almost new three bedroomed 
plus home In a great area 
close to al the special oepor 
'unities that Oak Bay has to 
offer. Beautifully built and 
maintained on an easy care 
lot. Come to our Open House 
and make an otter. Asking 
$123,000. Prior Information 

D ' e *BETTY MCFARLAND 
658-5927 

GIBBY McLEOD 598-2264 
743-3042 BARBARA BOLLI 
598-3321 

OPEN HOUSE 
OAK BAY 
SUN. 2-4 P.M. 

2739 CADBORO BAY 
RD. 

See for yourself — This Is 
ofthef ** - • “ 



ment New high cedar fence 

f^i&nS^.StftS'S 

tlrement or young family liv- 


Irement or young family llv- 

^Rlj C tJ U T ST jf3 W 8?22 E 0?^ 

598-3321 

OAK BAY 

l — Would the KIDS like a 
POOL? 

«?,» llk ** v,EW 

3 — Would DAD like to GAR- 

? EN? 

s you can see this home 
otters something unique tor 
each member of the family. 
Let us show you this HOME. 
It has 3 bedrooms plus DEN 
and a rumpus room. Priced to 
sell at $110,000. For your pri¬ 
vate showing please call 
GIBBY MCLEOD at 598-2264 

yumi 11 

OAK BAY SOUTH 
UNUSUAL FAMILY 
RESIDENCE — *237,500 
Completely modern In facility 
and avlng all the charm of a 
mature proprty this home has 
been equipped regardless of 
cash. 4 complete bathrooms. 5 
bedrooms. The master bad- 
room having a vary large 
bathroom and open stove fire¬ 
place. sauna, heated and fil¬ 
tered pool. Excellent recep¬ 
tion rooms plus private 
panelled den with wet bar. 
Quite outstanding value at the 

YOU'LL HATE USIM 

For reminding you that sum¬ 
mer Is nearly ever (but It Is). 
And it's time for the kids to go 
back to school. This home Is 
four blocks from Glanford 
School. 3 or 4 bedrooms. Ilv- 
Ing room with fireplace, dln- 
kltct 


Ino and easy care JStcKan, foil 
basement. Extra large lot. 

Please call PHYLLIS' 
CO^TTS at 598-3321 or 


TRADE UP 

We have a client whose chil¬ 
dren have grown and they 
would consider trading their 
Cape Cod home with 3,4, or 5 
bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 2 
fireplaces on 5.5 acres (with 
tennis court) for a smaller 7 
or 3 bedroom home In the 
Claremont School area tor the 
child still at home. If you have 
a family or desire seclusion, 
luxury and space at a most 
reasonable price Of $199,000. 
Please call PHYLLIS 
COUTTS at 598-3321. 

SCHOOL AGAIN, SO 
LET'S GET SETTLED 
IN BRENTWOOD 

3 bedroom, 3 bathrooms, 2 
fireplaces on a large sized lot. 
2 levels, lower level boasts 
grand entrance, partially fin¬ 
ished (extra) bedrooms, end 
completely finished family 
room with bar. Asking *75,- 
900. Must be sold, let's have 
an offer. Please call PHYL¬ 
LIS COUTTS at 598-3321 or 
388-9563. 

CAPE COD BEAUTY 
In the oaks of Oak Bay. A true 
family home. $112,000. or offer. 
RALPH NEWTON-WHITE at 

SOUTH OAK BAY 

A fine updated older home 
set In a lovely private gar¬ 
den. Large living and dining 
rooms both with flr«>laces; 
bright modem klchen; four 
bedrooms; three bathrooms; 
full basement with drlve-ln 
garage, workshop and plav 
room. This pleasant home In 


ACHARMING 
ROCKLAND HOME 

This older two storey family 
home Is set In a beautiful gar- 
about 42.06 x32.31m. 

(36'xl5'10) with a sunroom 

with den/famlly room off. 
four bedrooms (master and 
2nd bedroom open to 
sunroom) Thre Is a full base- 
mfnt with several rooms. 
This fine home in this deslr- 
abie location is being offered 
at $159,900. bv PETER NASH 
and jOYCE STYLS at 
598-3221. RES. 592-3473 or 

A UNIQUE TUDOR 
STYLE HOME WITH 
OCEAN VIEWS 

Jhls attractive family home 
built last year with no ex¬ 
pense spared Is being offered 
below replacement cost. Of¬ 
fering about 5,000 sg. ft. 
(464.50 m. m.) on three floors. 
Large llvlng/dlnlng room 
with beamed celling, attrac¬ 
tive well planhed kitchen wtth 
teroHv room off. laroe recre- 
atlon/bllllard room, four or 
five bedrooms, large util- 
ity/storage/hobby room, 
sauna, double garage with 
loft suitable for office, hobbv 
room etc. There Is also an In¬ 
door swimmlngpool which Is 

sain^sMi 

work along with tha tin* 
workmanship truly make this 
8 vprv special home. Ottered 
at $189,k750. (MLSJ) PETER 
NASH 598-- 


3321.CHARM 
AD CHARACTER 

T u ™°! tea Century executive 
residence. Professionally re¬ 
done In 1976 ottering over 3800 

South Oak Bav,. Master bed- 

M'ii&’izrixp; 

??tsro*sr m Ex , ?fSVv. A eh 

DARRYL YOUNG 388-5464 
pager 526. 

LIKE TREES AND 
SECLUSION? 

Then you are sure to be im¬ 
pressed with this 3 bedroom 
home Tn the popular Rock- 

ffreplace*'new**a 

Rec°room SrlSl| , Mjbtete 
mant, large secluded sun 
deck and double garage are 
ust tome of the many tea- 
at *164,- 
!J NAP- 
_- jUNN at 
I. MLS 41671. 



D.F.H. Real Estate Ltd. 

!»• McKtWIC AVE. 

Hill Top Haven 
With Views, 
Views, Views 
OPEN HOUSE 

Sat. and Sun., 1:30-4:30 
1034 Glen Forest Wav 

Located on an easy access hill¬ 
side the 2 acre property provides 
tremendous views of valley, 
straits and the Olympics. Two 
fireplaces, rec room, large kit¬ 
chen with quality appliances, 
laroe sundeck. As an extra this 
home contains one of this aeas 
best one bedroom suites. It Is 
complete with FP, sundeck end 

and prefer that your and seclu¬ 
sion have views teat stretch as 
far as the eve can see, then do not 
hee'tatejHere U terrlflc value In 
over 3,000 sq. ft. of home. Cal 
now to View. S97,500. (Easy to r 
oft Happy ValUr 
ERNIE BRIi 

'"■TO- 


WATERFRONT 
OPEN HOUSE 
SAT. 2-4 
10992 KALITAN 

Saanich Rd., West on Birch 
follow signs Magnificent 
•ts from this quiet and 


and 

sunse 


peaceful home In Sui 
Cove. 3 or 4 bedrooms s 
.15 acre lot, steps to the beech. 
Possible spacious In-law suite 
^sowithvfews). Offered at 8114,- 

477-7291 S Bus TT U 384$075 Por. 1534 
MICHAEL NEWMAN 
477-7291 Bus. 652-4105 Res. 

COLWOOD 
NEW HOMES 

OPEN 

SHOREVIEW DR. 
*44,500—*65.500 
FRI.-SAT.-SUN. 

1-4 

Exciting 3-BR horn** with good 
vtew* of Otan Lake. CIkkm from 
contomporArv ttyllno. bonoAlow, 

S3ass*-* 


. --...-- yet dose to 

elementary school, also In 
area of a proposed new shopping 
centre! There Is enough variety 

asUXTOAK 

call me anytime: 

ALAN PETERSEN 
477-7291 Bus. 384-1075 Pgr. 750 

OPEN HOUSE 
2561 Sinclair Rd. 
SAT., AUG. 4 
4P.M.-6P.M. 


^tts, k ^srtfG H R sr M *i.rv‘ 

ING ROOM with FIREPLACE 
and flanking book shelves. Orl ve¬ 
in garage plus more basement 
storeg».Xome. look at tee home, 
look at the convenience of close- 
at-hand schools, shopping and 
transportation. Exclusive. 
Please call 

TRICIA PARKER 
598-r 



477-7291 


*3874 Ras. 


Love Entertaining 
And Family 
Life Too? 

You'll have it all In the excellent 
UPDATEO family home that 
let's you TREASURE THE PAST 
while ENJOYING THE PRES- 


CHEN 12x21; a den; 4 BR up- 

tt&wmtfsr'srgsi 

line and only on# block to stap- 

•r? STaInI^SlaSS idndmrs; 
OAK-PEG floors, SUNROOM off 


PAT VICKERY 
384-80751 


8c2ColwoodLk. Estates 

CUSTOM BUILT 

^PA .RKyi.NQ CLEAN end cus¬ 
tom built 10 veers ego by present 
owners. This 3 or 4 bdrm. split- 
level has 20x14 LR with brick FP, 
spacious DR quality W-W over 
oak floor, toftt-m DW In kitchen, 
DEN or 4th bdrm., FAMILY 
OM. Major windows, DOU- 
AZEQ. Private and 
ydabo- 

mu '• * 76 '- 

JERRYMIREAU 
477-7291 Res. 477-4070 

REAPTHE 
HARVEST 

The cherries are finished but you 
could be In time to harvest the 
'^irrles. 
ECUS 


J . rx ,T U 'Yiajor winww*, us 

1LE GLAZED. Private t 
enced back yard with very etc 
rate greenhouse. MLS 41505. s 


_ lot backing onto a PARK. 
All this and FRESHLY-palnted 
home with 3 bedrooms. PROUD Is 

KR w GTs'ffJS¥c“KT*fL 0 So"35 

,h * BENOITS. 

JUNE 14 $41,900 
JULY 6 $38,900 
NOW $36,500 

Owndf GONE to Mtlnlond and 

mom 

unit features 2 BR (or 1 and den) 
and . 3-4-pce baths. This well- 
maintained big Is conveniently 
located — l Mock to Esqulmalt 
Plaza, bus stop at doorstep. For 
details, please call 
ED HO 

477-7291 Bus. 384-8075 Pgr. 386 

PEACHES, PEARS 
APPLES 
Vi ACRE $59,900 
Specious iv» storey home beeutl- 

inglv cared tor bv It's present 
owners and tastefully renovated 
this family size home otters 3 


. . nent and separate work 
shop. MLS. To view please call 

47 ? .7 W1 HB* T H™» 77stw 

SAXE POINT 
$57,900 

Collapsed Sale — Back on market 
a reduced price for quick sale. 
Delightful area near Anne Hath¬ 
away's cottage In Esqulmalt. One 
and a half storey home wtth one 
BR on main and 2 BR s up. Char¬ 
acter L.R. with comer FP. spa¬ 
cious sep. Dlnlno Rm. Large, 
level lot. Poss. Aug. 31. ML41712. 
_ PHILWARREN 


BY OiER 

SAANICHTON 

8084 MAHON PL 


2S0 HOUSES FM SALE 


(Castle 

PROPERTIES LTD. 


OPEN HOUSE 
719 Gladiola Ave 
1:30-4:30, 
Sat. and Sun. 



Simpson-Sears 
In-law Suite 

Lovely 4-bedroom family home, 

plus self-contained 2-bedroom In¬ 
law 



LOG HOUSE 

if you're not In to a conventional 
box, 

»bvti T &S£ 

of ploofff d ays Tt^st ill Intact. 
tmooaalMa to describe but worth 
seeing! Please call: DON MARS 

TO 

• $46,900 

The price has lust been reduced 
on this contemporary 2-bdrm cor- 
uqlt. Some of the 
ludt; i ' 


ner 

Inch_ 

washer, 



Check the value In this 3-bedroom 
5 year old home located In a 
prime area of Gordon Head. 
Downstairs you'll find a com- 
ptatoty self contained 2-bdrm In 

Wjusat^gstmi 

... -- n ^ octuple 

with, a private patio 
to a large back yard. 

-uk -- and 

steal. 


I this home Is a real iteal 
ARSDEN, 388-6366 or 
: PROPERTIES LTD., 

CITY 
$69,900 



If you're looking tor duplex po¬ 
tential, give us a call on this one. 
The house Is enormous and work 
has already begun on the conver¬ 
sion from single family. All the 
essentials have been updated and 

i need lots of room 
DON MARSDEN 

-:oi 


handyman and 

please call: C_._ _ 

pr6per 


MICH 

©,000 


Here Is the Ideal starter for a 
young couple. This 2-bedroom 
home Is on a,large treedlpt with 
plenty of privacy. Features In¬ 
clude a country-sized kitchen. 

PRIVATE 

PARADISE 

NEARUVIC 

$69,900!!! 

Lovely 34>drm home at end ol 
qulet cul-de-sac Parklike setting 
of taM trees, flowering shrubs, 
rock, fruit trees and green lawns. 
Completely fenced at rear. Close 
proximity to UVIc, 2 shopping 

]?A c sL't& r * ,,r ' Ji GlV 

BRAND NEW 
$52,500 

Lovely brand new 3-bedroom 
family home on quiet street. Llv 
IhOroom with open cellinp brick 

STARkE - 

LANGFORD 
STARTER 


i home 


Aj great starter 2-bedroom_... 

situated on a large plesent lot 
begging for some garden work. 
Best of ail the price, only *39,900. 
CaM Today BOB KOHLRUSS, 
383-47^9 °r FREDDY STARKE, 
proper 

TEN MILE POINT 

Lovely Executive, Retirement 
ently Architect de 


Homo^roconi__■ 

signed and supervised custom 
renovated all throughout, Pictur 
•We Seavlew from large living 
room. Entertainment sized Dlrv 
Ing room, the spacious modern 
kitchen was designed with out 

door onto fenced backyard with 
lovely patio; cultered iharblt 
bath In ensulte of mi ' 
room, guest bedroom, 

mbook eiatm ol. .. 

Hth see view, lust minutes to 


BY OWNER 
JAMES BAY 
SEAVIEW 

Spacious, well kept, charming, 6 
room bungalow plus In-law suite 
In basement which rents for 8300 


QUIET AREA, SOOKE 
Well built 3 vr old house on .38 of 



taste, greenhouse end garden 


ISO HOUSES FM SALE 




the Permanent 


702 FORT $T. 382-9191 

BOB HUGHES—MANAGER 

OPEN HOUSE 
10SSIMCOE 
MONDAY 1:30-4:00 

Here's an easy way to start horn# 
ownership — Jwjf 138,500. Two 
bedrooms, bright living room and 
sun porch. Basement, city gas 
heat, Mucco. nice, small lot, 

JACK GRANT 


S92-745I 

477*8172 


OPEN SAT. 2-4 
3367 LIN WOOD 
COOK and QUADRA 

Newon market. Excellent value, 
856.900. LR. sep DR, 2 BRs, large 
at ’ , Ai. ,u,, 9.*W'-..94[cjten and 
greenhouse. Call: 


3W-91V1 


LEWIS ROBE_RTS 


477-4398 RES. 


RANCHER COUNTRY 
LIVING 

CLOSE TO TOWN 
Cmtom-touHt homt 1600 » ft. .97 
{09, 4 beOroomi. J bathroom,. 

saH«ar«r* Mround,un - 

BUS. K LE PA< 5o R 19? 

COLWOOD 
POST and BEAM 

Groat family horn# — excaftcnt 
residential area. 5 bedrooms, 
fir room^rg. lot. 

FRANK!Sl'E PAGER 738 
BUS. 3C-9191 

DREAM KITCHEN 

Old brk F.P., solid c 
inq, shake roof, new 


panel I- 


cedar pai 

daledTdR Jone-Jtep* bw^a lo 

men?/starter. (JferVfo sSf.Ul! — 
w blt-ln appliances. ML 41754. 
view with 

3W-919 H 1 ERB MCDANNOLD^ 768 

GORGE VIEWS 

Conv. location, solid, 2-BR, full 

snasm 

trees In Gdn. Excellent value at 
$54j9O0. New ML. Must be seen 

MJ 9,j , t ER#WCOANNOL S^6768 


WHEELCHAIR? 



SPACIOUS EXEC. 

11®? ¥> " ’ 5 BR, 3 bath, 
LR, DR, dsn, family rm., rec and 
games RMS. Hot wtr htg. Inter¬ 
com, vac. D.W. 3 FP's, 80x125 
treed lot, UVIc area. Bit In '73 — 
Offers to 8169,000. ML. Compare 
value. View with 

HERB MCDANNOLD 
382-9191 38*6768 

HIGHTATTERSALL 
Older, character home which fea¬ 
tures over 1400 sq. ft. on the main. 
In-laid hardwood floors 3 fire¬ 
places, and a 2-bedroom In-law 
suite upstairs. Some mountain 
views. Price $79,900. For more 
Information call: ML41752. 
382-9191 PAT O'BRIEN 384-3774 

UVIC FAMILY 

Over 2300 sq. ft. 5 BR's up. 
(MBens), fam rm. adl to Irge K. 
fireplace, large LR and DR, mn 
fir laundrv/utKltv. Freshly deco¬ 
rated. All otters to $74,000 con¬ 
sidered. To view call: 

HERBMACOANNOLD 
382-9191 384-6768 

MR. FIX-IT 

Estate sale. City front to rear 
duplex with full basement. $44,- 
600. Move In now and complete at 
vour leisure. The main suite com¬ 
prises living and dining rooms, 
two bedrooms and large kitchen. 
Rear suite to finish comprises 
three rooms. Nice lot. MLS 41689 
SIMON FLETT 592-7451 

JACK GRANT 477-8172 

OAKLAND SPECIAL 

Neat, 3-BR, full bsmt home on 
easv-care lot approximately 11 
vrs old — quick possession at 

154.900. MLS. 41891. 

RUSS MCDOWELL 

382-9191 382-7930 

THE PRICE IS RIGHT 

pider, ^bedroom, toll basement 
home 75% renovated. Carpets 6 
months old, plumbing and wiring 
2 years old and roof 3 yrs old. Pri¬ 
vate back yard with fruit trees 
and garden. Great starter. 

144.900. MLS41916. 

M2-9191 PAT O'BRIEN 384-3774 

IMMACULATE 

DUPLEX 

It will be love at first sight when 
you step inside this beautifully- 
maintained. SXS duplex. Each 
side features 2 bedrooms, family 
rm. (or 3rd bedroom) and more. 
Priced at 196,500. ML 41880. For 
more Information call 
382-9191 PAT O’BRIEN 384-3774 

SPECTACULAR 

WATERVIEWS 

Art you looking for a 3-bedroom 
- ** this 


. character. If so, 
older, family home Is for you. 
Situated on approx. V* acre with a 
fantastic view of the ocean. Only 
$70,000. MLS. 40673. 

382-919j_ JPAJJ^RIJfl# M4-3774 


NEW3-BEDROOM 
1400 Sq. Ft. Bungalow 
*59,900 

Oft I6rp« partially-fenced lot, 
wr beet-formed fireplace, 
thermo windows, heavy Insula 
tlon, wood cabinets with built-in 
dishwasher, double carport with 


Street. AndyCottvn: .78-3 



TOWN 

AND 

COUNTRY 

REALTY 


H77 DOUGLAS 


COLWOOD 
$51,500 


otder 2-bdr 
bemt, 


w/w. al^JtSZr^ 
rden, out-bo 110- 
dose to 


m,frufttraciT__ __ 

<78-8970, By owner, neAptits. 



Sidney By Owner 

n family home wf... 
cot. Electric heat 
. Oak floors down, 

-u-- -J- Fireplace Alcan 

aiding Fenced, Fully landscaped 
produdno trolt trees and well for 
garden. Asking 890,000,656-5408. 


Seavlews-$71,900 


C-11 

iSO HOUSES FM MLE 



Hillside Mall 
3*40 Douglas 

OPEN HOUSE 
1601 Barksdale 

1:30-3:30 p.m. Sunday 

Owner transferred, 3 months 
old, 3 bedroom, executive 
home, slate fireplace In sunk 
en llvlno room, Spanish arch 
old brick fireplace in family 
room, kitchen skylight, ther¬ 
mopane windows, vaulted 
cedar calling, shower and 2- 
pce. bath off huge master 
Bedroom. High lot with west¬ 
ern views, went Quick sale, 
896,500. MLS. 

LARRY LINEHAM 59*0134 
OFFICE 59*2121 

OPEN HOUSE 
620bed 

1:00-3:00 P.M. . 

Goroe character, laroe lot, 
large living room and den, 
both with fireplaces, beamed 
celling and built In buffet In 
dining room. All 3 bedrooms 
upstairs. Full basement 
House ready for Immediate 
occupancy. Offers on $53,900. 
LARRY LINEHAM 595-0134 
OFFICE 59*2121 

CHOICE CHOICE 
WATERFRONT 

39981. 

OCEAN VIEWS 

Character Galore. V* acre. 
Basement. Top location. $119,- 
500. 

PENINSULA 

very Desirable. Cedar and 

HALF DUPLEX 
Sprlngrldoe. 3 Bedrooms, 
basement. $49,500. MLS 40929. 

STARTHERE 

High Carey Road. 2 Bed 
rooms. Only $37,900. MLS 
39865. 

§F R r A , Y cfe A,TE JRUK 

NEAR TOWN AND 
COUNTRYCENTRE 

Clean lv, storey home handy 
to the shopping complex 
Laroe kitchen and living 
room with granite fireplace. 
Two or three bedrooms plus 

a reesonabieoffer.) Call: 
JOHN SHAVER 382-9444 

NATIONAL TRUST 59*2121 

TILLICUM 

Just listed 3-BR home with a 
large 2-BR suite In the high 
ground level basement. Large 
lot — Sundeck, carport. 
Choice area. Call Ron Crow. 
592-4989 

3935 NELTHORPE 
BRANDNEW 

New subdivision off Me Ken* 
zle End of cul de sac. 3 bed¬ 
rooms, IV* baths, rec. room 
with fireplace. Good views of 

a®>ao v* swan Lake 

JULIE MANNESS 384-3866 
WAYNE BUTTERFIELD 
479-7030 382-8101 OFF 

JAMES BAY 
517TORONTO 

2 -bedroom bungalow, approx. 
1200 sq. ft. Living room, din- 

/li£. r aeib^4iXL < r oi - 

JULIE MANNESS 384-3866 
WAYNE BUTTERFIELD 
479-7030 382-8101 OFF. 


1716LLANDOFF 

Excellent family home In 
area of nice homes on a quiet 
cul-de-sac. this home pro 
vldes 3 bedrooms on main, 2 
bedrooms down, 2V* baths, 
rec room with fireplace. Im¬ 
mediate possession. Offers on 
askingprlce$78,900. MLS. 
JULIE MANNESS 384-3866 
WAYNE BUTTERFIELD 
479-7030 382-8101 OFF. 

BIG SKY COUNTRY 

If v<xi want elbow room this Is 
for you. Its on 5 acres on the 
Saanich Peninsula, with Gulf 
Island Views and sea 
glimpses. The spacious home 
Is lust 2 veers old with all the 
latest features. 4 bedrooms 
and 2Vi baths on main plus 
developed basement. Patio 
area off master bedroom and 
oft the family room. Great 
value at $235,000. Exclusive. 

8 RAY LAITE 656-5267 

FFICE 59*2121 

QUIET SECLUSION 

New well built 3-bdrm bunga 
low with cathedral entrance 
Manv extras Include stone 
fireplace, dble oarage, en¬ 
sulte, sundeck and much 
more. Located in Colwood 
area on a quiet cul de sac 
close to schools, shopping and 
tennis courts. Call TED 
DALE at 382-8101 anytlmk. 

HANDY LOCATION 
This small and neat cottage at 
478 Burnside Rd. East may be 
lust what you're looking for: 
Two Bedrms., one up, one 
down. LR with FP, Ige. eating 
area, full bsmt., good veq. 
garden. Stove and frldoe Incl. 
at 142,500,. 

JACK THOMAS 
382-8101 38*2119 

LOTS OF ROOM 
FOR $62,900 

Four bedrooms, office, den, 
Big living room and dining 
room. Huge Sundeck. Rec. 
vehicle parking. Fertile lot 
90'xll2'. Walk to Woodwards. 
Great family home View 
with Exclusive Salesman 
JOHN RUSSELL 
382-8101 or 386-9574 


^ELePAGE 


JMiiiiitiiimiiMiiiiif 

.TD. REALTOR 


« 

J 


OPEN SAT. and 
.,2-4 


21 CHANCELLOR 

2-BDRM, close to new Helmcken 
Hose. Onlv 2 vrs. old. LR with FP, 
family room down with second 
,RENE 


POSSESSION 

A greet home tor family living. 3 
bedrooms, with master ensulte, 
living room with fireplace, din¬ 
ing room, kitchen with eating 
area on the main and finished 
recreation room with fireplace 

« nd den down. Good level lot 
oom tor garden. Wrap around 
sundeck. In the Selwyn Estates. 
MLS. $75,000. TED WEBB, 
47T7121 or 384-0815. 


NOSTEP- 
BUNGALOW 

Brand new 3 bdr with ensulte lo¬ 
cated on Dameiart (Off Verdler 

pSrhia'HTitlr'Trr^ 1 Fe * 

then— 


v Haddon 592-77; 


- ./mppang ___.. 

J62,9D0. Larry Haddon 592-7735. 
British American Realty Ltd. 











































































C-12 

»0 HWSfSfOk SAU 


BOORMANS 

•12 Fwl St 
31$-7521 

2045 C*4b«r« U, U 

556-1535 
BOOM MAN INVfSTMCNT C8. LTD. 


OPEN HOUSE SAT. 2-4 
5067 CATALINA 
TERRACE 
(Pat Bay Hwy. to Claremont, 
Lett on Wesley Rd., 

Right on Catalina Terr.) 

SPECTACULAR 
180 deg. 

VIEW 

This delightful contemporary 
home has lust been tlnlshed and 
we hope you will approve of the 
qualify and the decor. 2,000 
square feet on the main. Large 
living room with rock fireplace. 
Separate formal dining room. 
Famltv room with fireplace off 
the kitchen. Convenient utility 
room. Built-In vacuum and Inter¬ 
com system. Master bedroom has 
walk-in closet and ensuite with 
lacuzzl swlrlpool. 2 more bed¬ 
rooms and 5 piece bath. Unlimit¬ 
ed possibilities for development 
oown. Double oarage. Large lot. 
Listed at $165,000. 

386-7521 TOVE BARLOW 477-9059 

SEAVIEW! SEAVIEW! 
4285 Houlihan PI. 
$119,500 

OPEN SAT. AND SUN. 
2-4 

Situated In prime Gordon Heed 
exclusive area, quiet location 
with pleasant views of Haro 
Strait. Ideal family or retlrment 
home, afl rooms are large — 
ideal for entertainment and com¬ 
fort. Also featuring Intercom, va- 
cuflo, ensulte bath and two bal¬ 
conies. Quick possession. MLS. 
KEITtf BOORMAN 
js. 24hr.) 


386-7521 (BUS. 2 


598-3730 


OPEN HOUSE 
SAT. 2-4:30 p.m. 

OAK BAY 

2030 MILTON’STREET 
The character of this no-base- 
ment home has not been lost In 
the updating which Includes new 
plumbing, wiring and good Insu¬ 
lation. Extra large living room 
with attractive fireplace, and 
pood-size dining room/kltctwn. 
The kitchen features the latest 
rosewood finish cabinets, top 
quality materials having been 
used professionally throughout 
this little charmer. An eesv-care 
lot fully fenced awaits a green 
thumb to be transformed to an 
English country garden. Priced 
at $54,500. In attendance: 

VIVIENNE GENT 595-1535 
(24 Vs.) 

OPEN SAT. 

1:30 to 4:00 p.m. 

3789CASEY DRIVE 
$55,900 

EXCELLENT VALUE 
LOVELY LOCATION 

Hurry to view this well-cared-tor 
home situated on a quiet, conve¬ 
nient street amongst other at 
tractive homes. Built In 1956 this 
home has a living room with fire¬ 
place, combination kitchen-din¬ 
ing room with sundeck off — two 
bedrooms plus a third In the full 
basement. You will be Impressed 
with this attractive home. 

IAN BOORMAN 
595-1535 or RES. 592-3335 


CUSTOM STRATA 
★ DUPLEX* 
$89,500 

Featuring: 

—high vaulted ceilings 
—thermopane throughout 
—heatllator FP 
—3 BORMS (l-ensuite) 

—family room 

—large kitchen (18.2x11.5) 

—separate dining room 

—full BSMT (excellent potential 

KEITH BOORMAN 598-3730 

WYNN WRIGHT 477-6155 

BUS. 24-HR. 386-7521 

NEW LISTING 
SOUTH OAK BAY 
★$76,000* 

Enjoy your own miniature BUT- 
CHART GARDENS in this beau- 
t fully maintained home. Pleas¬ 
ant location, delightful grounds 
and spacious rooms highlight this 
S. OAK BAY residence. Main 
level feeture 2 BDRMs, large 
L.R. with flreotace, large O.lT, 
spacious family kltchan with 
pleasant outlook of rear oarden 
and 4 pea. bath. Full basement 
with dark-room and drive In ga 
rage. Exclusive. 

KEITH BOORMAN 
386-7521 (Bus. 24 hr.) 598-3730 


1. CLOSE IN 
LOCATION 

Near Spencer Castle. A lovely 
contemporary home, quality 
built, all siding, no stucco. Used 
brick front. Coxy L.R. with rock 
F P., large family kitchen, 3 
* x .fr* laroe B R.s and 2 down. 3 
full bath. rec. room with brick 
F (i P. Further development pos¬ 
sible. An excellent buy at $78,500. 
Make us an offer!! 


2. QUIET CUL DE SAC 
In an area of lovely homes. Close 
to schbpls, park and ocean. High 
vaultedcedar ceilings In L.R. and 

Pu»^sr k i?sUM h *r , * J 

Ground level has R.l. rec. room 
with F.P. and small den. R.l. bath 
and space for more B R.s or wa- 
tever. Thermopane windows. A 
lovely sunny house with south- 

sassssr 


3. LANGFORD 
SS'ttKJffil! 1 ' home • M'S* 

lot (65'6x3*S'i on a street wiffi 
commercial ronlno. It vou have 
considered combining-your home 

gc'nNWi 

380-7521 TOVE BARLOW 477-9859 

SOUTH OAK BAY 
$139,000 
OODLESOF 
CHARACTER 

A (farming home situated on a 
double oe* tread lot on one ofthe 
best streets In Oak Bev. This 

bSK'fperaHted denwRK f intpRfc*! 
large llvlno room with granite 
tlrwlace - huge dining room with 
built-in buffet, beamed celling 
and wo°d oarwlllng • modernized 
kitchen • two bathrooms ■ conser- 
vatorv - open stairway leading 
upstairs to four bedrooms (mas¬ 
ter has fireplace), vou wllltx 
Impressed bv the character, spa¬ 
ciousness and condition of this 
fine home. 

595-1535 IAN BOORMAN 592-3335 


FAIRFIELD'S BEST 
SIDE BY SIDE 
DUPLEX 

A high, quiet location with a large 
oarden that Is lyst Ilka Butcharfs 
Gardens. The duplex Is Immacu- 

p «c«, with fireplace and fhree 
piece bathroom, you will be Im¬ 
pressed. Asking $110,000. 

IAN BOOR/MAN 

595-1535 Res. 592-3335 

GORDON HEAD 
HUGH OAK TREE 
$71,900 

An attractive home, epproxl- 

erf dining room with 
om with flre- 
i eating area 



!MAN 
or Res. 592-3335 


256 HOUSES FM SAU 


BOORMAN’S 

•12 Fan $L 

318-7521 

2045 Ca*e.« B< r 
585-1535 

MMHU IMViSTMfMT CO. IT0. 

GORGE VIEW 
HOME PLUS IN-LAW 

oood views. Laroe living room 
with flreolece, bright clean kit¬ 
chen, separate dining room and 
full basement. Plus attached vet 
separata one-bedroom self-con¬ 
tained suite. Plus super purchas¬ 
ing arrangements Asklno $88. 
500. To view this exclusive listing 
call: 

GORDON ADAMS 
Office 595-1535 Res. 592-135: 

THERE'S NOTHING 
QUITE LIKE IT 

Located one block from the Gorge 
this home is an Ideal family resi¬ 
dence in an area of well-kept 
properties. A dream kitchen with 
ui>to-date equipment, has glass 
sliding doors to large sundeck. 
Thee large bedrooms with dress¬ 
ing rooms, Ine with balcony. Mas¬ 
ter bedroom with 4-oce. ensulte. 
Much more and good flnancingto 
appro ce d purchaser. Price $79,- 
saTouIck possession. MLS 38378. 

JOHN JENKINS 

595-1535 388-5464 Pager 582 

CLOSE TO TOWN 
HOME WITH INCOME 

Two legal suites plus housekeep¬ 
ing room. Own entrances, own 
meters. Two fireplaces, full base¬ 
ment with extra bathroom. Good 
quiet location. Nice lot. fruit 
trees, lawns. Excellent for people 
wanting home and have tenants 
paying mortgage or easily could 
be converted to single family 
residence. $55,500. 

OLGA ZACHARY 
Off. 595-1535 Res. 592-2265 


BLOCK 
[3 BROS, 


See Our Weekly 
BESTSELLER 
CATALOGUE 

HORSE ENTHUSIASTS 

Newly listed Renchette has 3- 
bdrm cedar rancher, In-ground 
pool, horse barn with trainers 
quarters and 100 ton storaga loft. 
Extra stalls w/paddocks for 
boarding. Across from Sandown 
Track. Call us for further details 
and private viewing. $207,000. 
Exclusive with: 

THE MILLS 
$47,000 

A lot of accommodation at this 
price range. Large added dining 
area, 4 barms. Located In a oood 
area facing DND property on Col¬ 
ville. ML. 

THE MILLS 
ELK LAKE GLIMPSES 

Attractive family home hes loads 
of parking for boat, rec vehicles, 
etc. and M aert of privacy In 
SS?l09J)00 C * t On Tr WOur offer 

THE MILLS 

386-3231 381-5654 

900ADMIRALSRD. 
OPEN HOUSE 
SUN., 1:00-4:00 

An Ideal family homt with 4 
bdrms, allowing everyone a room 
to themselves and smartly flrv 
•stodfpr vou to enjoy the sepa¬ 
rate dining room and living room. 
There is also a full bsmt perfect to 
persoe vour creative hobbles. 
Picture yourself, hare and put 
your finishing touches to the 
landscaped lot. $57,900. 

Rob Fukushlma 

386-3231 598-5245 

COLWOOD COMFORT 
Well kept family home on quiet 
L featuring a specious 


cul-de-sac. 


a room with fireplace, sunny 
room with sliding doors 
g onto comfortable sun- 
K ‘‘drms. *- 

Ck Vi 

lion i 
it Ion. 
all: 


•Is and 
flawing 


- -.—IPO vritv vvtnivi I RUtV 3UII- 

deck. 3 bdrms, 2 V, baths, large 
fenced beck yards. Lots of 
commodatlon near schools 
transportation. For your vl 
pleasure call: 

Gloria McC leave 
386-3231 478-2985 

TIREDOF LOOKING 
AT"BLAH" 
CONDOMINIUMS? 

Here Is a really different 1-bdrm 
character suite. Located on a pvt. 
lane Just off Oak Bay Ave. <6 
condo units only In bldo.) Estate 
sale. Try your offer. 

AMroirgt p r*ce 

386-3231 477-1941 

388-6275 peger 461 

UNIVERSITY 

3467 Cardiff Place. In a TOP Ex¬ 
clusive location. Sparkling 3- 4 
bgmhouse. Beautiful grounds. 

’ * Olive L. Martin 

386-3231 479-8913 

QUIET LOCATION 
QUAYLE RD. $68,500 
Close proximity to Royal Oak 
Shopping, this 1 owner 3-bdrm, 
full bsmt home has pastoral 
views from the liv. rm and dining 
room. Hardwood floors, large kit¬ 
chen. Lot Is 70x125. 

Maf O arat Price __ - 

»«l 477 1941 

388-6275 pager 461 

SECLUSION $65,000 
7 vr. old 3-bdrm family 
home of approx. 1215 sq. 
ft. on main. Full bsmt 
with rec room, work¬ 
shop, 4th bdrm or office. 
2 pee. bath, etc. EXCEL¬ 
LENT DONCASTER 
AREA. For viewing call: 

Frank Oliver 
386-3231 383-6904 

Gerrit Klootwyk. 
386-3231 479-3313 

SUPER LOCATION 

: or those that can't afford a 
•oust or Keep up the yard work, 
-ovety (hard to come by) 2-bdrm 
main floor condo. Super Kandy to 

satar*®* 

... ™. Gwrlt Klootwvk 
384-3231 479-3313 


OFFERS 


Yes make an offer on this 2 BOR 
home at 3855 Douglas St. Must sae 
•n*We_ to appreciate. Large lot, 
fruit tre»»7 delightful rear yard. 



2-vear 

Place,: ____ 

eWearea. Walk In fully 

TtUrd bedroom*wlttTlargerec 


BY OWNER, IN SAANICH. IM- 
medlate possession, modern 
3bedroom, [lying room, fire- 


ping canter. Full basement with 
automatic oil heat. Wired for 

s&sgar 


BY OWNER 

tton. 4-5 bedrooms, separate dfiv 

382-4121, days til 5. 


250 HOUSES F0« SALE 


^Mont 


X 


Montreal 
Trust § 

OPEN HOUSE 
SAT. 1:30-4:30 
1177 ROSLYN 

—South Oak Bay. 


w*i, no-through street 
1912 Charmer 

—2 bedrooms on 1287 ft. main 
—Attic room for vour Imagina¬ 
tion 

—Rear-lane access to lot 
Priced at $75,900. Do not wait to 
view, this will not be on the 
market long) CALL 
G*AYDON HOOKER 
386-2111 598-2186 

DAVE HELM 

386-2111 595-2658 

BRENTWOOD 
2 Storey Colonial 

Quality built home he* every- 
tnlno to oflbr the orofeeslone! 
wihi e terse temlly — 5 terse 
bedrooms — mester with tlre- 
utere eod 5 oce ensulte. Lerge 
entertainment size living room 
nrs^. r^rslrtp room — In excess of 
4100 so-«. of llvlno eree. Below 

rent ecMnenteMlfeooo (MLS) 

For further details gleese cell: 
WELLS HOOKER 
306-211) 452-3634 

^,, ALAN WESTGATE 
384-211) 454-3423 


ATTENTION 
UVIC STAFF 
CONVENIENCE 

Walk to classes — save eneri 
Wall kept 3 frdrm. home 
extra targe lot. No Immedl 


on 


No Immediate 
rating or main- 
rklng. For 
is exclusive 


large 
expenses Ini 

tenance. E- 

more details on 

."BBIHSkm 

386-2111 652-3634 

ALAN WESTGATE 
386-21 >1 656-3423 


DEAN PARK 


AREA 

TUDOR 


Drive by 1986 BARRETT DR. 
Then give us a call. Owner is 
building so Is anxious to sell. 
Only 4 yrs. old and well main¬ 
tained. 3 bdrms., plus room for 
more In unfinished basement. 
Vaulted llvlno room, cedar cell 
Ing, extra large kitchen with 
eating area — Partial water 
views. V, acre lot. MLS 40792. 
Please call. 

WELLSHOOKER 
386-2111 652-3634 

ALAN WESTGATE 
386-2111 656-3423 


SHOPPING 
CONVENIENCE 


Near Simpsons-Sears on quiet 
St. Lovely well-kept 2 level 
home offering 3 or 4 bdrms., 2 
full baths, in excellent condi¬ 
tion Easy care garden, dose to 
all amenities. Vendor transfer¬ 
red, early possession. MLS. 
$61,500. To view pieeaecall: 

WELLSHOOKER 
386-2111 652-3634 

ALAN WESTGATE 
386-2111 656-3423 


JUBILEE 

$41,500 

Just perfect for a retired couple 
or single person. This cosy bun¬ 
galow has full basement. 
Fenced jot with mature trees 
and shrubs. MLS. 42249. For ap¬ 
pointment to view, please c a 1 1 
HOWARD HODGES 
386-2111 598-7166 

388-6275 Pager 2628 

REVENUE 
S/S DUPLEX 
$69,500 

Ideal to help beat Inflation. 
Each side has 3 bdrms. Situated 
on a quiet dead end street In a 
park like setting. Close to all 
amenities. ML 41441. To view- 
pleasecall: 

BILLMCAULEY 
386-2111 721-5457 

384-2), 

388-6275 Pager 2628 


NEAR 

DOWNTOWN 
VALUE. . .$43,900 

This immaculate 3 bdrm. re¬ 
tirement or starter home has 
been reduced for quick sale. 
Basement Includes family 
room, bedroom, 2 pee. bath¬ 
room and laundry roorfi. Do not 
miss this opportunity to own 
this easy care home. ML 41085. 
To view please call: 

BILLMCAULEY 
386-2111 721-5457 

HOWARD HODGES 
386-2111 598-7166 

388-6275 Pager 2628 


BEAT THE HEAT 

SAANICHTON 

$88,500 

We offer for your consider¬ 
ation, an attractive 3 bdrm., 4 
level spilt family home, In a 
quiet area of fine homes, ideal 
•Mr entertaining, large family 
and rec.rooms. Living room 
has brick fireplace. Sliding 
glass door from dining area to 
sundeck, which overlooks a wail 

ground pogi, complete with 
fipod lights for house warm eve- 
nifms. Ideal for the modern ex- 
ecutfve.Tfrlshome has many 
other features. ML42160. To 
view please call: 

HOWARD HOOGES 

388-6275 Pager 2628 9 *' 71< * 

GORDON HEAD 
ARBUTUSAREA 

New listing. Immaculte 3 yr. 
old Tudor style bungalow. 3 
bdrms. master ensulte, 2 other 
bathroomv Family room wtth 
FP plus 4th bdrm. or den. Fully 
fenced yd. with veg. garden, 
ftosetosll schort levels Asking 
$79^00. MLS42158. PleaSecall: 

WELLSHOOKER 
386-2111 652-3634 

ALAN WESTGATE 
386-2111 656-3423 


LANGFORD 
$42,500 



jXCL. 
^..OONBECKNER 
384-3111 3840588 


COUNTRY 

EXECUTIVE 

HOME 

home designed on 4 levels living 

. 

less doors, and 
Huge master 

384-2) n do n beck her 


250 HOUSES FOR SAU 


SATURDAY, AUGUST 4. 1979 


J Mont 




Montreal 
Trust § 

MOUNT DOUG 
11.42 ACREAGE 

Drive up the curved driveway 
to this beautiful, contemporary, 
^yr.HOld home overlooking the 
Blenklnwp Valiev. Over 2800 
sq. ft. finished living space, fea¬ 
tured with vaulted celling, fam¬ 
ily room, rec. room with wet 
bar, glass doors off bright O R. 
to southern exposure sundeck. 
Privacy» seclusion only 10 min. 
to downtown. Subdlvldable 
property. Call now to make er- 
rangements to view. MLS. 
$310,000. 

DON BECKNER 

386-2111_386-0588 


’Capital City 

REALTY. 

1815 Blanchard St 388-7S57 


PAT'S SPECIALS 

1. OPEN HOUSE 
985 ISLAND RD. 

SAT. 2 to 4 P.M. 

OAK BAY CHARMER. THREE 
BEDROOMS. LOVELY LARGE 
FORMAL DINING ROOM SPA 
CfOUS LIVING ROOM WITH 
BRICK FIREPLACE. SPA¬ 
CIOUS KITCHEN WITH DBLE 

HOGANY CABINETS. FULL 
BASEMENT UNDEVELOPED. 
SEPARATE GARAGE ON EASY 
CARE LOT. $72,500. 

2. I'M BIG BOLD AND BEAUTI¬ 
FUL. I'M A 4 LEVEL SPLIT 3 
YEAR OLD. MORE ROOM 
THAN YOU'O EXPECT. I'M 
SURROUNDED BY TALL PAM- 
POUS GRASS AND BAMBOO 
AND LOVELY LAWNS. LOADS 
OF PARKING. FINISHED FAM¬ 
ILY ROOM OFF KITCHEN. REC 
ROOM WITH FIREPLACE ON 
LOWER LEVEL. DEN OR LI¬ 
BRARY PLUS THREE LARGE 
BEDROOMS. NEWLY DECO¬ 
RATED. 3 BATHROOMS. 
SHAKE ROOF. LOADS OF 
ROOM FOR PARKING. $83,900. 

BAKER. CUSTOM RANCHER 
ON LARGE LOT. GARRY OAKS 
AND FENCED VEG. GARDEN. 
TOTALLY REDECORATED 
AND EXOTIC WITH PLUSH 
OEEP CARPETS. SEPARATE 
DINING ROOM WITH CONVER¬ 
SATION PIT. THREE FIRE¬ 
PLACES. COSY FAMILY 
ROOM, DEN, MASTER BED¬ 
ROOM LARGE WITH ENSUITE. 

4. NEW GORDON HEAD SPLIT 
LEVEL BUILT BY QUALITY 
BUILDER IN SMALL CUL-DE- 
SAC. 4 BEDROOMS 3 PCE EN¬ 
SUITE. FAMILY ROOM WITH 
FIREPLACE BARBECUE PIT. 
DOUBLE CARPORT, SHAKE 
ROOF. $86,900. 

5. WATERVIEWS 

MEDITERRANEAN BEAUTY. 
OFFERING 3000 SQ. FT. OF 
LIVING PLUS CELLAR. BEAU- 
ILfL U iv^ EPARAT E KITCHEN 
AND SEPARATE DINING ROM. 
LARGE LJVINGROOM WITH 
CORNER FIREPLACE, HUGE 
SUNDECK, THERM6 WIN¬ 
DOWS AND SPECIAL INSULA¬ 
TION IN THIS ELECTRICALLY 
HEATED HOME OF QUALIFY. 
LARGE FAMILY ROOM WITH 
WHITE ROCK FIREPLACE. 
MANY FINE FEATURES IN 
JHIS HOME OF A BUILDER. 
$112,000. 

6. NEW SPLIT LEVEL IN NEW 
LAKE HILL PARADE OF 
HOMES, $89,900. NEARING 
COMPLETION AND CAN NOW 

SCAPED AND BEAUTIFUL. 
ENSUITE WITH FULL BATH. 
NOT YOUR OROINARY NEW 
HOME. HURRY BEFORE IT 

7. OPEN HOUSE 
SUN. 2-4 P.M. 

1646 KENMORE 

BRAND NEW LISTING. AN 
OLDER HOME WITH QUALITY 
ON LARGE LOT BEAUTIFUL¬ 
LY LANDSCAPED WITH MA- 
TURE SHRUBS AND BACK 
YARD PRIVACY. TWO 
BEDROOMS ON MAIN PLUS 
ONE CK)WN AND POSSIBLE IN¬ 
LAW SUITE. FAMILY ROOM. 

Se?D e 84M00 ROOMS G0RD0N 

8. AFFORDABLE 839,000. 

TWO BEDROOM TUDOR COT- 
JAGE ON LARGE LOT WITH 
SEPARATE GARAGE EXCEL 
LENT FOR THE HANDY MAN 
AND HOBBYIST. IN TOWN AND 
COUNTRY AREA. CLOSE TO 
TOWN. 

9. LOTS—HIGH VIEWS 
gE°A N O C Y A T 5 O T B E uVS:N S A 6 R 0 E '/ 3 O ! F 

ONLY8J7.9W. H0MES - 

10. LOT — SMALL — SIMPSON 

A *§ A v irregular 

IMMHNATION^Wi* H^BEMJTL 

?r U eV3n\ E y P s^ W 'l l O" 

11. JUST LISTED 
GORDON HEAD 
$76,000 

Your ooeortunitv to purchase In • 
quiet ommic s newish home. 3 
bdrm hill bsmt. This home is well 
cared tor end near University. 

See the Realtor with the Mostest. 
For your selection for alt the 
above cell: 

PAT FORBES AT 
386-2682,, 388-7557, 
477-0580 

Capital Citv Realty 
388-7557 


COMPLETELY 

SECLUDED 

Modern 3 or 4 bdrm home close to 
all levels of education, shopping, 
recreation and transportation. 
Home Is completely finished 
downstairs and In immaculate 
condition with lots of storage. E x- 
celient parking with room for RV. 
Various fruit frees producing. Of- 
feredat $63,900. MLS. 

382-8879 Tara Bhalla 388-7557 

MODERN3BDRM 

Home with foil bsmt, drive In 
garaoe. Living rm with FP, fam¬ 
ily sized kitchen with eating area. 
Large secluded backyard. Walk¬ 
ing distance to schools, shopping 

382-8879 Tara Bhalla 388-7557 


Spencer Castle Area 

3 bdrm modern home on a comer 
lot In the city. Separate dining 
rm, living rm with FP, Full bsmt 
with 3 pee bath, rec. rm with FP, 
plus large games rm. Price In¬ 
cludes stove, fridge newer wash¬ 
er and dryer, drapes. Owner 
leaving country and must sail. 
Asklng$59,900. 

I-WT9 


382 


Tara Bhalla 388-7557 
Capital O^^Rjeltv Ltd. 


Spotless lV*-yr. old 2- 
BDRM basement home 
In Gordon Head. Garage, 
thermo-pane. Close to 
bus and Rec. Centre. Ask 
about our heating bill. 
$63,900.477-0082 


OAK BAY 


floors, fireplace In living room, 

rafeb^m.M 

drlveln oerege. Fenced back 

6^ w S5-»?*. v *“ rt “ 5 ' 0 “ 


258 


HOUKSHUmt 


WHITTOMES 

OPEN H0U5E 

SAT.-SUN. 1-4 
4046 CAVALLIN CT. 

(off F el them) 

view this top quality 3Pedrm. 
home with me and admire the 
craftsmanship and materials 
used to construct this home, then 
make your offer on $98,500. MLS. 

MARION FOSTER 
479-1667 388-5464 Pgr. 747 384-5908 

$98,500 

Designed by.one of Victoria's too 
architects and built bv skilled 
craftsman. This 3-bdrm; home 
has 1900 sq. ft. of luxury living on 
three levels. Featuring 2Vj baths, 
family room, dbi. oarage etc. For 
moredetalls_phona 

BAZPHARAOH 

479-1667 6458-8449 

VACATION AT HOME 
IN YOUR OWN 
BACKYARD! 

This EXECUTIVE type home Is 
located on approx. 0.66 acre, at¬ 
tractively landscaped. Thera Is a 
SWIMMING POOL, large brick 
BBQ for outdoor living. Truly an 
Individual house, styled an 
rated In excellent teste. 


rulv an 
and deco 

_apiece wlth # ralsad 

hearth graces the specious living 


irth grace 
; unique d 


... ______ dining room and mar 

velous family rm; with fireplace 
and super kltchan. Three large 
master en ste. in 

_e rec rm; with bar, 

m; with bfthrm; Asking 
$192,500. Call today 

RUTH LA CROIX ' 

479-1667_ 385-8416 

388-5464 Por. »759 

3 BDRM—$39,900 
Lots of space tor visitors to stay 
In this comfortable spacious con¬ 
dominium. Large living rm; din¬ 
ing rm; end master bdrm Gar¬ 
den patio with lawn and flowers. 
Stovefrldoe Included. 

479-1667 POUG RELF 479-5761 

THE VIEW IS FREE 
From the charming 3 Bdrm. 
home. Super kitchen with eating 
area, dining rm, attractive living 
rm. with raised hearth brjck fire¬ 
place, spacious master bdrm. all 
with plush quality carpeting. Lo¬ 
cated in Coiwood/Lagoon area. 
Priced at S72.900. MLS. Call. 

RUTH LA CROIX 
385-8416 388-5464 Pgr. 759 479-1667 

DUPLEX 

$53,900 

Only 1 side left In this 3-vr.-old 
SxS strata duplex. Quality con¬ 
struction and attractive land¬ 
scaping. Spacious, with 3 
bedrms.; 2 bathrooms; living 
rm., dining room and family 

SSBa^VKAMOilteS'lS 

lust one of many extras. MLS. To 
view call: 

MARION FOSTER 
479-1667 388-5464 Pgr. 747 384-5908 

OPEN HOUSE 

SAT.-SUN. 1-4 
4046 CAVALLI NCT. 

(off Felfham) 

View this fop quality 3-bedrm. 
home with me and admire the 
craftsmanship and materials 
used to construct this home, then 
make your offer on $98,500. MLS. 

MARION FOSTER 
479-1667 388-5464 Pgr. 747 384-5908 
Canada Wide Executive 
Relocation Service 


THE Z EGLERS 

Open Sat. 1:30-4:30 
2675 Seaview 

Only a block away from Cedboro 
Bay beach and nestled amongst 
mature shrubs and evergreens 
sits this solidly counstructed 3 
bdrm, 3 bthrm home featuring a 
large L.R., D.R., greet rec. rm, 
all on a large well maintained lot 

ziegler!^* $ * 9 ' 900 ML - THE 

Open Sun. 1:30-4:30 
1710Feltham 

A beautiful 2 bdrms home located 
on a large lot 120x156. Well re¬ 
moved from the road. Tastefully 
renovated In 1977 It hosts 1215 so. 
ft. of llvlno space and lends itself 
to expansion If desired. Call us 
today and let us help you buy vour 
next home. $77,500. THE 
ZIEGLERS. 

Broadmead 

A fine example of Westcoest con¬ 
temporary architecture, built on 
rock and surrounded by tall trees 
and mature shrubs. Cedar sided 
and shake roofed It features 4 
good size bdrms, 3 bthrms, 2 fire¬ 
places, and many extras too nu- 
n^ow^mentlon. $142,000. THE 

Fairfield 

Waterview 

Built on a huge rock by an engi¬ 
neer for his own use Is this super 
entertainment size home with 
large rooms throughout. 40' living 
and dining rms, 3 bdrms, 3 
bthrms, extra large rec. rm. with 
floor to celling fireplace — al¬ 
ways bright with an ocean view 
from almost every room. Price 

VSraMBBf^ ” 3, ' 50 ° 

Oak Bay $75,000 

A super old duplex sitting on a 
good sized lot In the heart or South 
Oak Bay. A home with great po¬ 
tential only 2 blocks from the 
beach and V» a block from 
schools. An excellent owner occu¬ 
pied opportunity to live and own 
In Oak Bay. Let us present an 
offer for you. THE ZIEGLERS. 

Denman Island 

1973 rancher on 2.6 acres of wa¬ 
terfront. 10 minutes from Van¬ 
couver island by car tarry at 
buck ley Bay, 10 miles south of 
Comox. $1054)00. 

Broadmead Tudor 

Tudor home mat has been de¬ 
lightfully finished and detailed 
Featuring almost 3,000 so. ft. of 
living area. It has a large O R., 
L.R. and Kitchen, a rec. rm and 
family rm, 3 bthrms and lots of 
Charm$1354)00. THE ZIEGLERS. 

THE ZIEGLERS 

592-1768,384-8075 Pgr. 310 

Seaspray Properties. 595-3151 


COACH HOUSE 

REALTY LTD. 381-5255 


NEW LISTING 
OAK BAY 
SOUTH 

Charming 5bedroom Victorian 

twtjtroom, Mus At In me Inlaw 
Si! e .?'E! txtat taaturas 
wawtorlwq, tamMyorblfllard 

family home please call: 

DOUG BAVINGTON 
598-3929 


l BE DROOMS, KITCHEN. FULL 
basamant. llvlno and dining 
room. AsfclnoS47.tl6o. 3tt*l7l 


EXECUTIVE HOME IN GOR- 


MAM0-230HELMCKEN ROAD. 


» HOUSES FOR SAU 



1625 Richardson St. Sat.. 2 S. Aoe 
P — 3 bedrooms on main. 4th 
oedrexxn anorec rm. down. Lot 
approx. 70x177—top garden. 

QUICK 

OCCUPANCY 

MkSSSiStXESBR 

OPEN HOUSE 
SATURDAY 

l-W-A-W 

41670AKRIDGE 

CRESC. 

SWIMMING POOL 

Pr !yacv. reduced to s79.400. This 

dan, 2 full bathrooms. Home has 
been extensively up-dated. In¬ 
cluding kitchen cabinets end car¬ 
pet, maiestic cut rock fir to cto 
FP In comfortable living rrn., 
lower level includes finished den 
or 4th BR Beamed do. 41' Rec 
Rm with bar, Indirect lighting. 
30x15' pool, filtered and heated 
with propane furnace. Secluded 

ML41237. Please call: CLIFF 
ANDERSON, 384-8124 (Off.) or 
477-3994 (Res.). 

SIDNEY 
SEA VIEWS 

9 BEDROOMS PLUS 
EXCLUSIVE SUITE 
REDUCED T0$139,500 

Tremendous opportunity for you 
to acquire this grand older home 
Plus 2 additional 9,000 sq. ft. lots 
a ready fully serviced and sea 
views available. Main building of 
approx. 54)00 sq. ft. features 4 
bathrooms. 3rd floor suite Is a 
spacious 2 bedroom self-con¬ 
tained unit. New 2 car garage, 
also a laroe greenhouse nearing 
completion. New ML. For extra 
detail on this exciting property, 
please call: 

CLIFF ANDERSON 
384-8124 or Res. 477-3994 



Upper 

Broadmead 

$114,900 
2-4 SAT. 

4687 LOCHWOOD 
CRES. 

A beautiful secluded setting 
amongst mature trees still allows 
sunny back garden and sun deck 
The home Is fully developed 1540 
on main and 1250 developed down 
plus double drlve-in parage The 
main features include large kit¬ 
chen with wrap around sundeck, 4 
bedrooms, 4 pee. ensulte, 4 pee. 
main bath end 3 pee. down; 2 rock 
F.P. — one in dowrvstalrs rec 
room with wet bar and built-in 
fridge. A lot of home for the 
money end ready to move Into. 
Call for prior viewing. 

3BEDROOMS 
2 BATHS 
RENOVATED 
44x120' 

DOUBLE 
SUNDECK 
ESQ. HIGH AREA 
$42,900_ 

CORNER GROCER! 
I*o Bedroom 

SUITE 

$63,900 

Located close to the new Hetmck- 
en hospital on a prime corner 
location The store Is a lower vol¬ 
ume with loads of opportunity to 
Increase. The accommodation a 
very comfortable two bedroom 
with modern klchen and L.R. with 
F.P. Something a little different. 
Call NOW! 

RANDYSMALL 
LEEWROBEL 

“atilbAtnJSfl^Ltq* 4 



IN COLWOOD 
Direct from Builder 

A WIDE VARIETY OF NO- 
STEP BUNGALOWS, SPLIT 
LEVELS AND TWO-STOREY 

O P E*N S B A S E * pVt $ L W*I T H 

^r^^Ih^es^: 

CLUDE THERMOPANE WIN¬ 
DOWS, EXTRA INSULATION, 
CLEAN QUIET ELECTRIC 
HEAT AND HEAT SAVER 
FIREPLACES, ALL AT NO 
EXTRA COST. CHOOSE A 

^ A 0 N fYV°E T 'J 0 F\ 0 N R A^ M T E d 

i U s'Y T R Y °W U AR A fe!iN H T 0 V MESCARRY 

DISPLAY HOME AT ACACIA 
OR. OFF 2000 BLOCK SOOKE 
: SOME READY TO 


WED.-FRI. 1-6 
SAT.-SUN. 1-5 ' 

FOR MORE INFORMATION 
PH. KEN MILLAR 47S-172I Or 
304-0075 PAGER 5I» ANYTIME 

.RIDLEY BROS 

DEVELOPMENT CO. LTD. 
MEMBER VICTORIA 
H.U.DA.C. 


$49,900 

Wall maintained 2 bedroom 
home, plus one In basement. 

close to bus, 
595-7681 


well maintained 
home, plus one li 
Large sundeck. c 
schools, and shops. 3 


250 MOUICS F0A SALE 


LARGE CHARACTER. 2 FIRE- 
place house, near Cook and Bay, 
Interestingly renovated, duplex 


WHITTOMES 

OPEN HOUSE 
Sat., 1:30-4:00 
3700 Quadra Street 

This Is a “must see to appreci¬ 
ate", the value In this precious 3 
bdrm family home which Is situ¬ 
ated on laroe corner lot that Is 
PROFESSIONALLY landscaped. 
Granite fireplace In large living 
room, separate and 

nook In kitchen. M concrete base¬ 
ment. Separate garage. Listed 
exclusively (Asking $77,900 with 
j. H. Whlttome It Co., Ltd. Cour¬ 
tesy to all realtors. . 
388-4271 O. DOUGLAS *8-3926 
388-4271 E. WILKINSON 384-3944 

3 BDRM STUCCO 

Home. Features full high base¬ 
ment with rec room and more 
space for future development. 
Drlve-ln oarage. Only $53,500. 

388-4271 Donna Vallkoski 384-2057 

MOVE IN NOW! 

ZvallbM* Avgust t. Good 3-bdrm 
home. Modern kitchen. Femlly 
eetlng eree. Raised flreolice In 
living room. Rec room In full hi* 
besemwL Ceniort quiet street. 
Convenient locefton al Esquimau 
bordar. Could qualify for grant: 

38»U27i Donna Vallkoski 3*4-2037 

Quiet Cul-De-Sac 

2twSe3S?*2 

388-4271 Donna Vallkoski 384-2057 
Yes. living room and dining room 
also. 

CIS 

Zone — Central park area. 2 
houses, each on 40'x 120* lot. Must 

3H-427I Oonna Vallkoski 

MOVE IN NOW! 

REDUCED$2,000 

Terrific FAMILY home 4-BR 
SPLIT LEVEL. Living rm hes 
FP, herdwood floors. Lge. temlly 

r .I7«M^NTv c JgM° 

SXSDUPLEX 

impeccably maintained 4-vr.-old 
duplex with 3-bdrm, IV, bath and 
1100 sq ft each side. Price of 
892,500 Includes frldoes, stoves, 

establEhed rverS ' ***** *** ^ 

388-4271 ROSS BRACKEN477-0029 

FAIRFIELD 

$81/900 

NEW EXCLUSIVE 

Super 1200 sq. ft. 3 ♦ 1-bckm 
I®"t?$t , c65'xl24' pri¬ 
vate lot. Features large DR end 
kitchen with EATING area. 2-4 
pee. baths, laroe REC ROOM and 
WORKSHOP area. Calf now on 
this DESIRE ABLE area. 

388-4271 ROSS BRACKEN477-0029 

GORDON HEAD 
$96,900 

DON'T OVERLOOK THIS AT¬ 
TRACTIVE NEW LISTING. 
DRIVE BY 1890 SKYLARK BY 
ALL MEANS, BUT PLEASE OO 
NOT OISTURB THE OCCU¬ 
PANTS. THREE BEDROOMS 
PLUS GUEST SUITE. THE 
GLASS-IN SUNPORCH HAS A 
BEAUTIFUL VIEW OVER 

OUT. BEAUTIFULLY LAND¬ 
SCAPED. FENCED BACK 
YARD. FOR FULL PARTICU¬ 
LARS AND APPOINTMENT TO 

388^271, RES. 383FS&. YELLS ' 

SPECIAL 

SPECIAL 

$48,900 

•JUST 2 BLKS FROM GORGE 
SHOPPING CENTRE AS WELL 
AS THE GORGE WATERWAY 
IMPROVEMENT AREA. 3 
BDRMS, SEPARATE DINING 
ROOM, 1200 SQ. FT. A VALUE 
PACKED, COMFORTABLE 
HOME YOU SHOULD SEE 
RIGHT NOW. OFFERED AT 
WELL BELOW REPLACE¬ 
MENT CST. EXCL. MUST SELL. 
BOB JOHNSON 

388-4271 592-3573 


Member Relocation Service 
Coast to Coast 


SWINE RTON’S 

m 

REALTY WORLD* 
METCHOSIN 
OPEN HOUSE 
1090 Glen Forest 
Way 

Sun.-Mon. 2-4 P.M. 

2 Acres of beautiful 
heavy treed, park-like 
land. Almost new 1678 sq. 
ft. 3 bedroom residence. 
Triple plumbing, circu¬ 
lar driveway. Secluded. 
Year-round creek with 
trout. ML 40901. Full 
Price $96,000. 
DIRKOKKER 478-4501 

$49,500 

2-Bedrm., nobsement bungalow 
on large lot near Sears. Some de¬ 
corating needed, to view, bv ap¬ 
pointment only: 

BOB CARTER 598*143,385-2481 
Swinerton Stewart Clark Ltd. 

Langford 

PRICE SLASHED! 
MUST BE SOLD! 

Will trade up to 3 BR plus 
bsmt. bungalow. 845 
BROCK AVE. Lovely 2 
Bedroom stucco bunga¬ 
low on quiet street, 3 
blocks from elem. 
school, shops and bus. 
Very neat and clean. 
Workshop-garage combi¬ 
nation 360 sq. ft. Wired 
220 Volt. Priced down 
from $55,000 to $51,000. 
ML 39097. 

DIRKOKKER 478-4501 

PRIVACY IS 
PRICELESS! 

This near-new home of QUALITY 

i n cq a E H !t G oS(E s sf^ u o8^ LV. 

clous living room with FP, dining 
room opening to e balcony, kit¬ 
chen with pass-thru to a delightful 
Pynjose family room with 
Franklin FP and access toa surv 
dac*, 3 good bedrooms and 2 full 
baths. The lower level Is roughed- 
Infor a rec room with FP. games 
roorn' 3rd. bath, laundry and 
wroncsfiop a well treed site with 
plenty of firewood for the 3 fire¬ 
places. MLS. 

_ PRICE $76,500 

385-2481 EDJUPP Res. 386-7884 

Swinerton Stewart Clerk Ltd. 


OPEN HOUSE 

3870CEDAR HILL X RD. 
Sat.&Sun.2-4pm. 

3 bdrm. split level with carport. 
Well maintained. Clear title, $61,- 
900 By owner i7 7-3687. 


2M HOUSES FM SUE 


PAC-WEST 



INTERNATIONAL REAL 
ESTATE BROKERS INC 

3804161 

4 LEVEL SPLIT 
LOADED WITH 
EXTRAS 

Custom built 3Vl yr. old home 
built with kiln dried kzmberwlth 
approxlmatev 2300 sq. ft. fln- 
WjS* F «mlly kitchen features 
built In Speedg u een countertop 

living room with feature wall — 
Jordon River slate fireplace. 
Separate dining room. 4 bed¬ 
rooms plus den, 2baths and much 
fwe. All this on a large lot In 
GORDON HEAD. ML5 Price 
$94,900. To view phone Terry 

^5w,°,Lal ha s rleen Edan •» 
388-6161 (24hrs). 

GORDON HEAD 
JUST LISTED 
$75,900 

Situated on a quiet street, this 1 
old beauty Is better then new. 
pht and spotless throughout. It 
88 a ground lavaTantrance 
•fairs to tha main living 
arta. Lovely living room with 
fireplace. Din I no area with slid¬ 
ing glass doors to tha sundeck. 3 
bedrooms. Large master bed- 

ls 



Phone to view Terry Eden or 
Sharleen Eden 388*161. (24 Hrs.) 

® WOW! 

NEW LISTING 
GORDON HEAD! 

Just bv LAMBRICK PARK, this 3 
YT. ok) BEAUTY Is EXCITING, 
BRIGHT and REFRESHINGLY 
DIFFERENT. Family orlmtad 

wlm 4 or .. i badrooqis. master 3 

bonus" a"^GORGEOUS 'i'nner 
COURTYARD SUNDECK" (ap¬ 
proximately 700 SO. ft.) Witt! slld- 
rtq. glass doors from flw master 
bedroom, llvlno room and dining 
ronm. There's MORE!! Price 
*104,900.00 New MLS. Phone 
Terry Eden at 3«Baiai (U hrs) 
for vour nr)v*»» viewing. 


WESTMONT 

REALTY lVo' 388-4434 
ONLY 5 LEFT 

BRAND NEW 
$66,500 to $70,800 

New Northrldoe Sub-DIvIslon 
Close to elementary school. Indi¬ 
vidually Custom Designed 3- 
Bdrm. 

Open House Dally 7-9 p.m. 

Sat. and Sun.. 1-4 p.m 
Otsplr- 


visit 


tour Display H 
4186 Carey Rd 


388-4434 


Personal Viewing Call. 
ARNOLD MARR 477-6233 


BROOMHILL BEAUTY 
Less than two years old, this love¬ 
ly home Is new on the market. 
Nearly )200 sq. ft. on the main 
floor plus a fully developed base¬ 
ment. One and a half battn on the 
main floor plus a half bath In the 
b a sement which could accommo¬ 
date a shower, ideal for an In-law 
situation or lust a rental. An 
excellent buy at.158,900. 

388-4434 DAVE TAYLOR 384-2718 
388-4434 BILL SIDHU 477-5382 

GORDON HEAD 
CAMPUS VIEW 
Across from UvIc. 1500 sq. ft. 
finished main floor, daylight 
basement. 

Featuring: 

—Open beam 
—Hardwood floors 
—3 Bedroom 
—Femlly room 
Appointment to view. 

388-4434 ARNOLD MARR 477-6233 

1.55 ACRES 

Excellent piece of property with 
very good soli and a spotless 2 - 

from LR over Elk Lake and good 
sized dining room. Downstairs Is 
a rec rm with bar and extra 
bdrm. There Is a lge dbie garage 
and patio era. Good sized green- 

RETIREMENT HOME 
Located in desirable Gorge area. 
This two BR basement home sits 
on a 55x148' lot suitable for Gar¬ 
dening. it offers llvlno rm. with 
fireplace, extra BR • J * 
bat hro om In basemen' 

BILL SIDHU 477-5382 
DAVE TAYLOR 384-271B 




Knouile/ 

The Home Team. 

THE HOME TEAM 
384-8101 

OPEN HOUSE 
Saturday 1-4 p.m. 

4114 SMboume 

(GORDON HEAD) 

3 BR'S—3 YRS. 

PLUS 

2 BR in-law suite 
ML asking $75,600 


NORMA HILL 
HAZELCLARKE 


I 383-7796 
658-5656 


C-12 

2SS H0USCS FM SAU 



Sun. 2-4 P.M. 

7632 Blossom Park Place, of 
Prossor. Quality built executive 
home on quiet cul-de-sac. 3 
Bdrms.. dream kitchen. 2 be Icon 
ies. 2 fireplaces, drlve-ln oarage, 
city services, underground wlr 
I no and sprinkler system. Fruit 
trees, below replacement at $77. 
500. Ower transferred. 

SHARON DALY 721-5358 

SOUTH OAK BAY 


Sun. 2-4 P.M. 

874 Monterey 

3 Bedroom bungalow with 4tl 
bedroom down. Fireplace, IV 
baths, bio sunny deck, privet 
back garden, drlve-ln garage 
Cosy atmosphere. Give us ai 
offer! 

JACK KONDRATIUK 384-087 


OAK BAY 
BORDER 

Newly completed contemporary 
3-bedroom, located In most desir¬ 
able area In park sett I no. De¬ 
signed features Include 2 FPs, 
secluded master bedroom, pri¬ 
vate patio oft kitchen, balconies 
off large formal dining and living 
rooms and much more. Well 
priced at $175,000. 

MARIGOLD AREA 

2-bedroom basement home. Llv¬ 
lno room with FP. Basement has 
family room and 3 pee. bath. 
Needs a little fixing. Ideal for 
handy m6n. Asklno $47,500. 

To view the above homes please 
call: 

TOM GARDNER 
(res. 598-2192) 
(Office 381-5255) 
Coach House Realty 


OPEN HOUSE 
SAT./SUN. 

2-4 P.M. 

1250 WOODWAY RD. 
“ARBUTUS RIDGE" 
“ONLYONE LEFT" 

ttrJSRh’M’SJite 

luxury and outstanding views for 
$89,900. Designed for eesv care 
and low maintenance with no 
monthly assessment. 

Features: 


—2 Bedroom s 
—Skylit soaklr 

3&P 


ngtub 


Id fir beams 
feature* 


______ . walls 

:tc. Etc. 

■se call me for more Intor. ... 
this exciting new homt. A must to 

GEOFF FIELD 

sssr 

Block Bros. Realty Ltd. 


1086 SHAW 

(Off Florence Lk 
Rd) 

SUN. MON. 2-4:30 

Enloy me benefits of country liv¬ 
ing In this almost new split level 
home. Only minutes to dosmtown 

NO STEP 
ALMOST NEW 

In select area of homes — West 

— L.R. with heetilefor. i full 
F.P.'s, much much more. View 
bv apolntment only please. $109,- 

RALPHLEVY 721-3346 

LARGE OAK BAY 
RANCHER 

Ideal reftrament home — would 
vou believe with 2 Bdrm in-law 
suite, yet all on one level. 4 or 5 
Bdrms., 3 baths, 2 kitchens, laun¬ 
dry room, family room, dan — 
good garden, vary close in. Ex¬ 
ceptional value at $82,900. 

SMIX? 

OPEN HOUSE 
OAK BAY 
BORDER 
939REDFERN 
SUN 2-4:30 

IMO plus sa ft. 2 baths, 3 Bdrms