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(Colonist. 


No. 38 — 122nd Year 




Vancouver Island's leading neivspaper since 1858 

Victoria, British Columbia, Saturday, January 26, 1980 


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Iran vote lifts hostage hopes 


Colonist wire services 

TEHRAN — Finance Min¬ 
ister Abolhassan Bani-Sadr 
late Friday claimed victory 
in Iran's first presidential 
election and said he would 
seek to end the 11-week siege 
at the U S. embassy. 

In an interview with Reu¬ 
ter news agency, Bani-Sadr 
said: 

"I will try to bring this 
problem between the Ameri¬ 
cans and ourselves to an end 
in a way which safeguards 


the demands and the Inde¬ 
pendence of Iran." 

He added: “I have been out 
of touch with the problem 
since I left the foreign min¬ 
istry last November and I 
must study the question 
again closely." 

Aides at Bani-Sadr’s 
Tehran apartment told re¬ 
porters the figures indicated 
their candidate had won 
more than 80 per cent of the 
vote in most areas of 
Tehran.” 

"The whole people have 
recognized the man who can 


satisfy their needs and solve 
their problems," Bani-Sadr 
said. “I am happy that the 
whole nation has shown 
political maturity." 

Bani-Sadr, a member of 
the ruling Revolutionary 
Council, is known to have 
regarded the holding of 
about 50 Americans as hos¬ 
tage in the embassy by Mos¬ 
lem militants as a misguided 
adventure. 

Looking exhausted but 
happy, Bani-Sadr said: "I 
am very happy that the peo¬ 
ple have shown such political 


maturity. It was not a parti¬ 
san vote but a vote of con¬ 
science." 

Bani-Sadr said he had been 
in the minority in the Revolu¬ 
tionary Council for some 
time. 

"Bui you know last night I 
attended the council for the 
first time in three weeks, 
and after discussion we 
agreed to a communique 
among the candidates pres¬ 
ent whereby we agreed to 
co-operate with whoever was 
elected." 

Bani-Sadr’s election, if 


confirmed, might prove to 
be the biggest step yet to¬ 
ward improving relations 
between Iran and Washing¬ 
ton since the overthrow of 
the shah last February. 

Prior to the election, the 
White House decided to post¬ 
pone threatened economic 
sanctions against Iran to 
back demands for the return 
of the U.S. hostages. 

Bani-Sadr, who was known 
to have the support of leftists 
because of his socialist econ¬ 
omic policies, had clashed 
verbally with the militants 


holding the hostages and is 
considered by Washington to 
be among the moderates. 

However, Bani-Sadr and 
other loading candidates 
have shown unquestioned 
loyalty to the country’s 
revolutionary leader. Aya¬ 
tollah Ruholiah Khomeini. 

In the past, the embassy 
militants have said they take 
orders only from Khomeini 
who, under the country's 
new constitution, has almost 
unlimited powers. Among 
those powers is the right to 
dismiss the president. 


The 79-year-old Khomeini, 
who east his ballot from a 
hospital bed where he is 
being treated for what offi¬ 
cials call a mild heart condi¬ 
tion, had expressed no pref¬ 
erence for any candidate. 

Meanwhile, Bani-Sadr 
said his next move will be to 
call a national congress in¬ 
volving those who supported 
him to select candidates for 
next month's parliamentary 
election. 

Page 2—Iran 



Bani-Sadr 
, try to end ‘problem’ 





It’s a cold and wet fight for votes of winter 


In a Canadian winter election cam¬ 
paign candidates and their supporters 
have lo expect to get cold and wet on 
occasion. In the riding of Nepean-Car- 


leton in Ottawa, Charlie the mutt sits 
hip-deep in fresh snow as he guards his 
unique doghouse at the home of his 
master Cliff Button. Button built it to 


advertise support for his NDP candi¬ 
date. And Tory minister Flora Mac¬ 
Donald, more used to being up to her 
neck in the responsibilities of the for¬ 


eign affairs portfolio, joined the 50 
Plus fitness class in the Artillery Park 
pool in Kingston, Ont., for a game of 
water polo on Friday. 


Trudeau vows two-tiered 
oil pricing, home control 


THE WINTER 
CAMPAIGN 


• Non-partisan tanker 
study urged. Page 18 


HALIFAX (CP) — Pierre 
Trudeau said Friday at least 
half of the country’s petro¬ 
leum assets would be Cana¬ 
dian-controlled within 10 
years under a Liberal energy 
policy unveiled Friday. 

The long-awaited policy, 
outlined at a Halifax Board 
of Trade meeting, also in- 


Exxon profits 
climb 60% 
to $4' billion 


Colonist wire services 

Exxon Corp. has become 
the first industrial company 
lo earn more than $1 billion 
in a year. 

Exxon, I he World's largest 
oil company, on Friday re¬ 
ported fourth quarter earn- 
ings of more than $1.3 billion 
—up 60 per cent over last 
year's figure—and a net in¬ 
come for 1979 of more than 
$1.2 billion, a 55-per-cent 
gain. 

Exxon thus became only 
lhe second U.S. company to 
earn $4 billion in one year 
and the first industrial com¬ 
pany to do so. American 
Telephone and Telegraph 
Co. earned more than $5 bil- 
' lion in 1978. 

In a statement, Exxon said 
its earnings were justified 
because of the large invest¬ 
ment needed to generate 
profits. A surge in overseas 
oil-producing, refining and 
marketing earnings, to¬ 
gether with a sharp increase 
in world prices, contributed 
to the gain. 

Exxon’s Canadian subsidi¬ 
ary, Imperial Oil Ltd. of To¬ 
ronto, reported Friday its 


net operating income in 1979 
was $171 million, a 50-per- 
cent increase from $311 mil¬ 
lion in 1978. 

The company also had a 
net gain of $22 million’from 
ihe sale of 20 per cent of its 
interest in the Syncrude 
heavy oil project to Alberta 
Energy Co., bringing total 
net income to $193 million. 

The company said in a 
statement its rate of return 
on capital employed in petro¬ 
leum products was about 
-11.5 per cent for 1979. 


eluded details of Trudeau’s 
promised pricing formula 
that would unhinge domestic 
prices from United States 
and world levels. 

Trudeau said energy 
prices under the Liberal for¬ 
mula would be a blend that 
would distinguish between 
the costs of "old" conven¬ 
tional oil, new oil from such 
sources as the tar sands, the 
Arctic and offshore and oil 
imported from overseas. 

Trudeau also proposed lo 
establish a Petroleum Pric¬ 
ing and Auditing Agency to 
investigate and report on in¬ 
dustry costs, profits and op 
erations to allow federal and 
provincial governments to 
establish appropriate pric¬ 
ing levels. It would also en¬ 
sure that revenues are in¬ 
vested in new energy 
development. 

Trudeau did not put a spe¬ 
cific figure on how much a 
Liberal government would 
raise oil prices but said it 
would be "a phased-in price, 
not an abrupt, excessive ac¬ 
celeration such as the Tories 
tried to implement." 

Marc Lalonde, the Liberal 
energy spokesman, was not 
able to tell reporters how 
much lower energy prices 
would be under the Liberals 
except that his party would 
not institute the 18-cents-a- 


gallon (four-cents-a-litre) 
increase in the excise tax 
that the Conservatives had 
proposed. 

Besides the excise tax in¬ 
crease, the Conservatives 
have proposed to raise oil 
prices by $1 a barrel this 
year and $4.50 jfDeach of the 
next three years up to 85 per 
cent of the U.S. price. The 
New Democrats proposed a 
three-month study of the oil 
industry to determine what 
energy prices should be. 

Key elements of the Liber¬ 
al energy policy include: 

• Reduction of foreign 
ownership and control of Ca¬ 
nadian petroleum assets to 

Page 2—Liberal 


Dash-through car 
plunges off ferry 

SEATTLE (AP) — A car believed lo be carry¬ 
ing one occupant sped off a dock and through a 
Washington state ferry to Bremerton Friday, 
plunging off the other end and sinking into Elliott 
Bay off downtown Seattle, witnesses said. 

The first car in line sped onto the Yakima, 
struck something, possibly a wall, raced through the 
ferry at 100 kmh and flew about 100 feet off the other 
end before striking the water, said Lee Libby, a 
Seattle police spokesman. Rescue efforts failed. 


Fewer but deadlier 


LONDON (AP) —More air 
passengers died last year in 
fewer plane accidents, the 
magazihe Flight Interna¬ 
tional says. 

The London-based avia¬ 
tion journal, which compiles 
annual statistics on air 
crashes, said the deaths 
were up 31.7 per cent — a 


Tug strike 
threat 
for Island 

By DON COLLINS, 

Colonist reporter 

Towboats that supply Vancouver Island with 75 
per cent of its fuel and other materials vital to 
industry could be idled within days by a strike. 

Some 535 members of the Canadian Brotherhood 
of Railway, Transport and General Workers were 
legally in a strike position Friday seven days after 
federal conciliation com- 

Grain bin 
explodes, 
one dead 


total of 1,267 in 1979 com¬ 
pared with 962 in 1978. There 
were 20 fatal accidents in 
volving public-transport 
flights in 1979, compared 
with 27 in 1978. 

The total number of pas¬ 
sengers carried last year 
probably exceeded 800 mil¬ 
lion, the magazine added. 


missioner Noel Hall had 
submitted his report to 
Labor Minister Lincoln 
Alexander. 

Contrary to an earlier re¬ 
port. it is not necessary 
under federal labor law for 
the union to serve strike 
notice on the 18 companies, 
which are said to represent 
95 per cent of the towing 
industry in B.C. 

However, Capt. Arnic 
Davis, western secretary of 
the Canadian Merchant Ser¬ 
vice Guild, said Friday night 
he expected the CBRT would 
abide by the B.C. Federation 
of Labor policy that calls for 
72-hour notice to other 
unions that would be affect¬ 
ed. 

The guild has about 960 
members on B.C. towboats, 
which are also manned by 
the Seafarers’ Internation 
al Union. Davis said the 
guild represents slightly 
more than half the em¬ 
ployees. 

The guild and the S1U 
reached agreement on new 
contracts last Oct. 24. The 
last contracts for all three 
unions expired Sept. 30. 

The CBRT and the Council 
of Marine Carriers, repre¬ 
senting the employers, met 
for an hour Friday with Hail 
in a last futile bid to find a 
solution to the dispute. 

Afterward, representa¬ 
tives of both sides said they 
were prepared for a long 
strike. 

Page 2—Tug 


MONTREAL (CP) — A 
workman was killed and five- 
others injured in an explo¬ 
sion that ripped through a 
grain elevator Friday in the 
St. Henri district in the 
southwestern part of the 
city. 

Police said one of the in¬ 
jured was in serious condi¬ 
tion. 

The explosion collapsed 
the elevator onto workmen 
below. 

The force of the explosion 
lipped over freight cars on a 
nearby railway , siding and 
shattered windows in neigh¬ 
boring buildings. 

Hydro out 
of project 

VANCOUVER (CP) — A 
five-year B.C. Hydro project 
to improve management of 
Afghanistan’s public elec¬ 
tric utility has been scuttled 
by the recent Soviet inter¬ 
vention. 

Charles Nash, vice-presi¬ 
dent of corporate affairs for 
the crown utility, said Thurs¬ 
day that three Hydro em¬ 
ployees were pulled out of 
the country before the mili¬ 
tary intervention. 


26 distilleries charged in Quebec 


MONTREAL (CP) — Twenty- 
six distilleries and wineries have 
been charged with paying bribes 
totalling.almost $1 million to em¬ 
ployees of two Quebec liquor agen¬ 
cies. 

The affidavits filed Friday by 
Quebec provincial police allege 
the payments were made between 
1965 and 1977 to officials of the 
Societe des Alcools du Quebec, 
which operates about 200 liquor 
stores and issues permits for busi¬ 


ness establishments, and its pre 
decessor, the Regie des Alcools du 
Quebec, which was phased out in 
1971. 

Alberta Distilleries Ltd. was 
charged with giving bribes worth 
$62,010; McGuinness Distillers 
Ltd. with $76,266; Thomas Adams 
Distillers Ltd., $112,504; and Jo¬ 
seph E. Seagram and Sons Ltd. 
$109,249. 

International Wines and Spirits 
Ltd. was charged with dishing out 


bribes worth $50,307; Meagher's 
Distillery Ltd. $32,455; Corby Dis¬ 
tillery $152,088; Les Distilleries 
Schenley du Canada Ltee. $129,529; 
Herdt andCharton Inc. (Herdtand 
Charton 1971) $64,304; Canadian 
Distillers Ltd. $27,095; and Distil¬ 
leries Melville Ltee. $51,878. 

The charges state that "in con- 
sideration for collaboration in 
closing business deals with the 
government,” these companies 


and others gave “rewards, advan¬ 
tages or benefits" to employees of 
the Societe des Alcools du Quebec 
and or the Regie des Alcools du 
Quebec. 

The charges also state the com¬ 
panies illegally gave government 
liquor agency employees commis¬ 
sions, rewards or benefits without 
first obtaining the written consent 
of the head of the branch of gov¬ 
ernment it was dealing with. 



Exotic Crystal 

THE NEWLY-RENOVATED Crystal Gar¬ 
den is a $2.75 million extravaganza of 
restaurants, shops, tropical plants and 
brilliantly-colored exotic birds. The build¬ 
ing opens 0 March 28, and Page 21 of the 
Living section features a preview of the 
$75,000 indoor gardeir, including inter¬ 
views with the curator and gardener. 


Give us rockets, Afghan urges U.S. 

—Page 3 

Bruins disciplined for fan fight 

—Page 8 

Anglicans choose from own diocese 

—Page 19 

Belfry's Da is season's best 

—Page 25 

Neiisen office-tap probe pressed 

• - —Page 28 


Bridge 

24 

Churches 

16, 17 

Classified 

31, 43 

Comics 

30 

Crossword 

28 

Editorials 

4 

Entertainment 

25-27 

Finance 

6, 7 

Letters 

5 

Living 20, 21, 22, 23 

Marine Calendar 

29 

Medical 

23 

Provincial Court 

29 

Sports 

8-12 


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2 THE COLONIST, Sat., January 26, 1980 


OFF PAGE ONE/WEATHER 


Andy Capp 



Liberal oil plan 


50 per cent from the current 
75 per cent by 1990. 

• Achievement of “en¬ 
ergy security’’ through ac¬ 
celerated development of 
domestic energy and estab¬ 
lishment of foreign supplies 
with Mexico and Venezuela 
through Petro-Canada, the 
state-owned oil company. 

• Construction of a re¬ 
versible natural gas pipeline 
to Quebec City and the Mari- 
times to encourage substitu¬ 
tion of imported oil in East 
ern Canada with domestic 
natural gas. The reversible 
capacity of the pipeline 
would enable Maritimers to 
use western natural gas now 
and to send offshore natural 
gas to central Canada if and 
when it is developed. 

• Strengthening and ex¬ 
pansion of Petro-Canada as 


B.C. art dealer buys 
collection of 27 Carrs 


The Fannin Hall collection 
of Vancouver industrialist 
George Clark, including the 
controversial 27 Emily Carr 
paintings once under con¬ 
sideration by the province, 
was recently sold to a Van¬ 
couver art dealer, according 
to several sources. 

Neither Clark nor dealer 
Kenneth Heffel was avail¬ 
able Friday for comment on 
the sale which includes 150 
works o f Canadian art, 
largely by the Group of 
Seven and their contem¬ 
poraries. 

A spokesman for Kenneth 
G. Heffel Fine Art Inc., re¬ 
fused to say when the gal¬ 
lery owner planned to offi- 
cially announce his 
purchase. 

Heffel had earlier con¬ 
firmed Thursday that he had 
purchased major pieces 
valued at more than $6 mil¬ 
lion in separate transactions 
cwfer a month from four dif¬ 


ferent “legal entities." He 
would not confirm whether 
the Fannin Hall collection 
was included. 

Sources claim those "enti¬ 
ties" are all connected to 
Clark, and that the final pur¬ 
chase price for the 150 pieces 
was between $1 million and 
$6 million. 

Rumors of the sale began 
earlier this week after sev¬ 
eral works from the col- 
l ection appeared in Heffel’s 
gallery. It is possible, ac¬ 
cording to sources, that 
those paintings not immedi¬ 
ately sold will be exhibited at 
Heffel’s gallery late next 
month. 

In November, Clark, 
through another Vancouver 
dealer, had offered the 27 
Emily Carr paintings as a 
collection for $1.3 million. 
The provincial government, 
pressured by a campaign led 
by Victoria Aid. Robin Blen- 
coe, offered $1 million for 19 


Tug dispute 


From l*ago I 


A prolonged strike could 
have a serious impact on 
Vancouver Island. Union of¬ 
ficials say it would not only 
cut off 75 per cent of the 
motor and heating fuel, but 
would effectively block ship¬ 
ment of such other articles 
as wood chips for the Che- 
mainus sawmill. 

Deckhands represented by 
the CBRT have rejected an 
offer of 90 cents an hour in 
each year of a two year 
agreement. They want $1.23, 
plus shift differential. The 
{Wild, which represents 
masters, mates and engi¬ 
neers. received the $1.23 
(foost in its settlement for 
Members who are already 
petter paid than the others. 
Phe SIU settled for 90 
fbnts. 

fA union source said the 
90-cent-an-hour offer would 
have added more than $165 a 
month to CBRT wages that 
now exceed $1,100 a month. 

The CBRT and SIU both 
represent deckhands. The 
CBRT is the only union of the 
three to demand shift differ¬ 
ential. 

A number of towing com¬ 
panies, including Chemainus 
Tow and Kingcome Towing, 


a subsidiary of MacMillan 
Bloedel, are manned only by 
the guild and SIU. 

Some union sources said 
they felt a CBRT strike 
would only effectively tie up 
95 per cent of tHe province's 
towboat fleet if the union 
was able to legally picket 
these other companies.This 
could be a question to be 
settled by the Labor Rela¬ 
tions Board of Canada, or by 
the courts. 

There is also a feeling 
among some union insiders 
that a strike of this type 
would not be allowed to last 
too long. 

They doilbt it would 
stretch out over six weeks 
like the guild strike in 1970, 
the last major work stop¬ 
page in the towboat indus¬ 
try. 

That strike had a crippling 
effect on the forest industry 
and other sectors of the B.C. 
economy and ended with a 
six-month sentence imposed 
on the guild's Davis for defi¬ 
ance of a court injunction. 
He was released after a 
week in jail and the charge 
was subsenquently 
quashed. 

Safety, complaints, which 
had a lot to do with the. 
strike, brought new federal 
manning regulations two 
years later. 


of the paintings, but Clark 
stood firm on his all-or-noth¬ 
ing proposition. 

Blencoe’s campaign found 
fresh impetus when an 
anonymous Victoria woman 
offered to chip in $600,000 
toward the province’s pur¬ 
chase in exchange for keep¬ 
ing one of the paintings. 


Iran 


From 


"If the people do not elect 
a parliament which works in 
the same direction as the 
president, they we can’t 
work together and there will 
always be difficulties be¬ 
tween the parliament, the 
president and the govern¬ 
ment," he said. 

He said Iran’s foreign 
policy would be based on 
independence from both su-^ 
perpowers. 

“I remain attached to my 1 
proposal for close co-opera¬ 
tion with Europe and Japan 
and the oppressed countries 
of the world. I am for helping 
liberation movements 
throughout the world. 

“This world system must 
change. It is in the interest of 
industrial countries as well 
because this state of affairs 
cannot last for long." 

Bani-Sadr emphasized 
that his first priority would 
be to begin the reconstruc¬ 
tion of Iran’s battered econ¬ 
omy. 

He advocated wider politi¬ 
cal freedom and that he 
would try to solve unrest 
among the country’s ethnic 
and religious minorities on 
the basis of equality. 

Hockey 

AMERICAN 

Nova Scotia 7 Adirondack 1 
Syracuse 6 Binghamton S 
New Haven a. Hershev 3 
Spnngtield 5, New Brunswick 4 
ONTARIO MAJOR 
Oshawa 7 Kitchener 0 
London 4 Toronto 1 
Sudbury 7 Ottawa 4 
Branttord 11 Peterborough S 
Niaqara Falls 7 Windsor 3 
Kingston 5 Sault ste. Marie ? 

QUEBEC MAJOR 
Hull 3. Quebec 2 
Sorel 4, Trois Rivieres 2 
Shawmgan 3, Sherbrooke 0 
SASKATCHEWAN JUNIOR 
Regina 7, Humboldt A 
Prince Albert 7, Melville 3 
Switt Current a. Weyburn 3 
MANITOBA JUNIOR 
Fort Garrv V. Portage 8 
Kenora 9. Selkirk S 
WESTERN INTERNATIONAL 
Elk Valiev 6 Nelson 4 
Sookane 7 Cranbrook 6 


an instrument of national oil 
policy including increased 
involvement in conservation 
and development of new en¬ 
ergy sources. 

• Creation of a Petro-Can¬ 
ada subsidiary to be called 
the Alternate Energy Cor¬ 
poration of Canada to as¬ 
sume all federal activities 
for research and develop¬ 
ment of wind, solar, tidal, 
biomass, coal liquification 
and other energy forms. 

• Ensuring that industry 
is developed close to energy 
sources so that producing 
areas in the West and pos¬ 
sible future producing areas 
in the Maritimes “will have 
first crack at processing 
their resources." 

Trudeau said the new pric¬ 
ing formula would encour¬ 
age increased development 
because producers would 
know that the costs of the 
frontier and oil sands de¬ 
velopment would be co¬ 
vered. Similarly companies 
would not be encouraged to 
leave conventional oil in the 
ground until the price rose. 

Trudeau has spent much of 
the Feb. 18 election cam- 

HOMf O* I HI 

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TV 

SERVICE C»U 


palgn attacking the Conser¬ 
vative price proposals. “The 
Conservatives accept, as we 
do not. that world prices 
should dictate the price of 
domestic oil." t 

"Instead of offsetting 
OPEC, the Tories have en¬ 
dorsed it.” 

But he said the OPEC 
price had more to do with 
politics than economics and 
allowing oil from all domes¬ 
tic sources to rise to that 
level “would mean a wind¬ 
fall for the multi-nationals 
and for the treasuries of the 
producing provinces." 


Punish Kremlin or risk 
Moscow rule—defector 


WASHINGTON (AP) — A prominent 
Soviet defector said Friday that Kremlin 
leaders may steer their "cruel and danger¬ 
ous society" to world domination unless 
forcefully punished for throwing military 
might into Afghanistan. 

Arkady Shevchenko, a United Nations 
undersecretary general when he defect¬ 
ed in 1978, made a rare public appearance 
to give a House of Representatives in¬ 
telligence subcommittee a chilling account 
of life in his homeland and to comment 
on recent Soviet actions. 

Unless the Soviets are punished "in 
specific, concrete and forceful ways for 
their aggression in Afghanistan, the world 
will find itself in the not-far-distant fu- 


1 he 


ture under the dominance of Moscow," 
said. 

Boycotting the Olympic Games would 
be a "serious blow to the Kremlin," he 
added, saying that the Kremlin holds "a 
long-cherished objective to have such a 
huge, political show in Moscow.” 

He elaborated on the Soviet-Afghanis- 
tan situation and on possible U.S. steps in ' 
a later secret hearing. 

But he gave his first personal explana¬ 
tion of his defection in a hearing room 
crowded with reporters and on-lookers. 

Shevchenko said that as he rose in the 
Soviet diplomatic ranks he decided his 
country’s foreign policy "was not a policy 
of peace but a policy of aggression, expan- 
sion and ens'avemenl of other people." 


The weather 


Jan. 26, 1980 

. Sunny. Winds moderate 
easterly to northeasterly. 
Friday’s precipitation: 1.0 
mm. Sunshine 7 hours. Re¬ 
corded high and low at Vic¬ 
toria airport 5 and —2. 
Today’s forecast high and 
low 2 and —5. Today’s sun¬ 
rise 7:51, surtset 5:02. 
Moonrise 12:53 p.m., moon- 
set 2:56 a.in. Sunday outlook: 
mostly sunny. 

East coast of Vancouver 
Island — Mainly sunny. 
Winds fresh to strong north¬ 
erly to northeasterly. Fri¬ 
day’s precipitation: 2.1 mm. 
Recorded high and low at 
(ianaimo 1 and —2. Forecast 
jiigh and low 0 and -^6. Sun¬ 
day outlook: mostly sunny. 

; West coast of Vancouver 
Island — Mainly sunny. 
Winds fresh northeasterly. 
Forecast high and low at To- 
fino 0 and —5. Sunday out¬ 
look: mostly sunny. 

■ North coast of the Main¬ 
land — Mainly sunny. Winds 
Strong to gale force north¬ 
easterly through some val¬ 
leys. Forecast high and low 


—2 and —14. Sunday outlook: 
mainly sunny. 

Extended outlook, Monday 
through Wednesday — 
Sunny with cloudy periods, 
cold, little or no precipita¬ 
tion, temperatures well 
below normal. Highs 1 to—4. 
Lows —5 to —8. 


St. John's 

Halifax 

Fredericton 

Charlottetown 

Montreal 

Ottawa 

Toronto 

Thunder Bay 

North Bay 

Kenora 

Winnipeg 

Churchill 

The Pas 

Brandon 

Regina 

Saskatoon 

Prince Albert 


READINGS 

Max. Mm. 

— 4 — 8 

— 7 —14 

— 8 -20 
-10 -18 
-13 -20 
-12 -25 
— 5 —13 
—16 -25 
—17 —27 
-23 -30 

' —25 -32 
-18 -23 
-21 -29 
—22 —34 
—21 -24 
—19 -23 
20 —27 


Williams 
Kamloops 
Dawson City 
Whitehorse 
Fort Nelson 
Fort St John 
Peace River 
Yellowknlte 
Inuvik 
Seattle 
Portland 
San Francisco 
Los Angeles 
Las Vegas 
New York 
Miami 


Lake 


15 

- 2-6 
-37 —41 
—22 -34 
—15 —18 
—14 -18' 
—14 —18 
-23 -28 
-18 -28 
2 


2.4 

02 

0.2 


6 

12 

17 

16 


- I - 5 
20 8 


Prec. 

0.8 


North Battleford —20 —22 


Swift Current 

Medicine Hat 

Lethbridge 

Calgary 

Edmonton 

Cranbrook 

Castlegar 

Penticton 

Revelstoke 

Vancouver 

Prince Rupert 

Terrace 

Stewart 

Port Hardy 

Tofino 

Comox 

Prince George 


-19 -22 
—13 -17 
—12 —17 
—14 —19 
—14 —17 
— 6 —10 
- 1 — 6 

- 1 - 5 
0 —6 
6 1 
1 —10 

- 5 — 9 

- 4 —15 
4—3 
6—2 
5 — 1 

—11 —13 


u 

0.8 

2.7 

1.2 

18 


TIDES FOR MONTH OF 
JANUARY 

(Tides listed are 
Pacific St andard Time) 

iTime Ht Time Ht Time HtiTlme Mt 
IH M Ft.lH M Ft.lH M Ft.lH M Ft. 

26 0300 6 710920 9.111730 3.01 

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WORLD 


THE COLONIST, Sat., January 26, 1980 '$ 


Give us 
Afghan 


rockets, 
asks U.S. 


United Press International 

A guerrilla leader Friday 
proclaimed a "Free Islamic 
Republic" in eastern Afgh¬ 
anistan and appealed for 
military assistance, includ¬ 
ing S.A.M. missiles and anti¬ 
tank guns, to secure the 
areas. 

In Washington, it was ru¬ 
mored that Afghan president 
liabrak Karmal would soon 
be replaced. 

State department spokes¬ 
man Ilodding Carter said, 
"Rumors continue to circu¬ 
late in Kabul that the current 
president will be replaced 
soon. 

"We have reports that a 
number of additional Soviet 
civilian advisers have re¬ 
cently arrived In Afghanis¬ 
tan. I would note there were 
a large number of civilian 
advisers in the early days of 
the Taraki regime," refer¬ 
ring to a previous Afghan 
president. 

In Islamabad, Pakistan, 
guerrilla leader Zia Khan 
Nassry, chairman of the Af¬ 
ghan Islamic and Nationalist 
Revolutional Council, said 
his forces controlled at least 
three provinces with the ex¬ 
ception of a handful of cities 
occupied by Soviet troops. 

Nassry said, “The free Is¬ 
lamic Republic of Afghanis¬ 
tan" had been proclaimed in 
l’aktia. Ghazni, and Low- 
gar provinces in eastern 
Afghanistan* * • •_ 

"The Soviet Union is se¬ 
curing itself in urban areas 
and if we strengthen our¬ 
selves, then we can resist," 
Nassry said. 


More than three feet of 
snow virtually halted fight¬ 
ing between Soviet troops 
and the guerrillas in the 
area, but when the snow 
melts, Nassry acknow¬ 
ledged, his forces could be in 
real trouble. 

He said the rebels needed 
four types of military assis¬ 
tance: missiles to knock out 
the dreaded MI-24 helicop¬ 
ter gunships, anti-tank 
weapons, communication 
equipment and light 
weapons. 

"If we have enough anti¬ 
tank missiles and surface- 
to-air missiles, we can anni¬ 
hilate the Russians. If help 
does not arrive in time, they 
will exterminate people 
whether by firepower or 
whether they starve us to 
death," he said. 

“It is a critical situa¬ 
tion." 

As Nassry spoke, the Paki¬ 
stani government — sensi¬ 
tive to giving the appearance 
of supporting the Afghan 
rebels — ordered him to 
leave the country within 24 
hours. He said he would ap¬ 
peal the order. 

“This is not a government 
in exile,” the 33-year-old 
U.S.-educated Nassry said. 
"This is a government of 
liberated Afghanistan.” 

Nassry's proclamation ap¬ 
peared timed to coincide 
with the weekend opening in 
Islamabad of an emergency 
Islamic conference on the 
Soviet invasion of Afghanis¬ 
tan. 

But Western diplomats 
were skeptical of Nassry's 


Way cleared 
for Mugabe 


SALISBURY (AP) - Mo 
/Jinbiquc agreed Friday to 
release Rhodesian political 
prisoners, clearing the way 
for guerrilla leader Robert 
Mugabe to return to Rhode¬ 
sia, a British spokesman 
said. 

Britain had delayed ap¬ 
proval of Mugabe's return 
until dissident members of 
his guerrilla group were re¬ 
leased. Mugabe had asked 
Mozambique to hold a num¬ 
ber of the dissidents follow¬ 
ing reports that some plotted 
against him during the guer¬ 
rilla war against the Rhode¬ 
sian government. 

Other leaders of Mugabe's 
guerrillas who returned to 
‘Rhodesia earlier under the 
British sponsored ceasefire 
have rented a soccer field in 
Salisbury for a rally Sunday 
for Mugabe. 

Mugabe, co-leader with 
Joshua Nkomo of the Patri¬ 
otic Front guerrilla alliance, 
had planned to return to 
Rhodesia more than two 
weeks ago to begin cam¬ 
paigning for the Feb. 27-29 
elections aimed at giving the 
former British colony a 
black majority government. 
Nkomo returned Jan. 13. 

Speaking to 10.000 sup¬ 
porters at a farewell rally in 
Maputo. Mozambique. Mu 
gabc criticized what he 
termed "British dishonesty" 
over the policies of the Brit- 


Raid on rebels 
starts carnage 


statements, noting that none 
of at least six other rival 
guerrilla groups in Isdama 
bad for the meeting had 
agreed to join the so-called 
government. 

The guerrilla leaders are 
anxious to receive foreign 
military help but have been 
told by Saudi Arabia, the 
major target of their pleas, 
to unite before any assis¬ 
tance will be given. 

At the state department in 
Washington, Carter was 
asked why he thought Kar- 
mal might be replaced. 

He cited "the failure of the 
current president to enlist 
popular support, the failure 
of the current president to 
even overcome the difficul¬ 
ties within the various pro- 
Moscow factions that are in 
the government." 

Asked if he thought the 
Russians themselves would 
remove Karmal or whether 
it would be done by the Af¬ 
ghan government's ruling 
council, he said: "The hand 
that pours the poison is less 
relevant often than the fact 
that poison is applied." 


PRETORIA, South Africa 
(l PI) — Police storming a 
while suburban bank seized 
by three black nationalist 
guerrillas ignited a blood¬ 
bath Friday that killed the 
guerrillas and one hostage 
and left most of the other 
hostages wounded. 

A police spokesman said 
the. guerrillas were turned 
into "mincemeat’’ by the 


Ransom cost 
bars of gold 

TOULOUSE. France 
(UPI) — A doctor's wife was 
kidnapped Friday by two 
men who demanded a ran¬ 
som of 30 bars of gold, police 
said. 

The approximate value of 
the gold would be $650,000, 
akthorities said. 

Officials said Paloma 
Donzeau, 33, was abducted 
from her home in the south¬ 
west French city of Toulouse 
and taken away in a stolen 
pharmaceutical truck short¬ 
ly after her husband, heart 
specialist Jean-Pierrc Don¬ 
zeau. left for work. 


Cubans holding 
U.S. hijacker 

MIAMI (CP) — A gunman who hijacked a Delta 
Air Lines jetliner to Cuba on Friday was taken into 
custody by Cuban officials after they and some of 
the plane's crew members had convinced him 
to surrender. 

As the the Cubans and the crew members were 
talking to the gunman, the Lockheed L-IOII’s 51 
passengers and other crew members sneaked off 
the aircraft, a passenger said. 

Captain Don Vickers said in a statement to 
reporters that after the passengers and the other 
crew members had left the plane, “We (the 
Cubans and the crew members) convinced him to 
give up and (we) said he wouldn't be harmed." 

The gunman was accompanied by his wife and 
their two daughters — aged seven months and two 
years. 

None of the passengers or crew members was 
injured and they arrived in Miami on Friday 
night. 

Earlier in the day, Federal Aviation Adminis¬ 
tration officials had said two men had hijacked the 
plane while it was flying over North Carolina on a 
flight from Atlanta, Ga., to New York. 



ish colonial governor. Lord 
Soames. 

Mugabe said Rhodesia's 
regular troops were not 
keeping to their bases as 
agreed under terms of the 
London accord for the cease¬ 
fire. 

He said recent aerial 
bombings fn Rhodesia's 
northern region and the con¬ 
tinued presence of South 
African troops in the country 
represented “the eontinua 
tion of strategems, tricks 
and British dishonesty." 

Under the London cease¬ 
fire agreement, Rhodesia's 
air force was to have been 
demobilized. Lord Soames 
has allowed South African 
troops inside Rhodesia to 
guard both sides of the rail 
and road bridge across Iheir 
border at Beitbridge. 

Mugabe has spent several 
years outside Rhodesia 
directing his Mozambique 
based supporters in guerrilla 
attacks against the w hite re¬ 
gime of former prime min¬ 
ister lan Smith and the 
black-led government of 
Prime Minister Abel Mu- 
zorewa that succeeded it. 

Muzorewa, the first black 
prime minister and a candi¬ 
date in next month's elec¬ 
tion, threatened to pull his 
militia force of 16,000 out 
of the ceasefire pact because 
of widespread violations by 
guerrillas. 


gunfire, but before dying 
they tossed a grenade and 
sprayed gunfire into the 
group of some 25 hostages 
they had forced to lie on the 
floor inside the bank. 

One woman hostage died 
in the carnage and 15 other 
whites were hospitalized 
with wounds, hospital spo¬ 
kesmen said. A boobytrap 
the guerrillas wired to one of 
the entrances also wounded 
two of the attacking police¬ 
men. 

The six-hour siege at the 
bank marked the first time 
black urban guerrillas have 
attacked a white establish¬ 
ment target in the republic. 

The heavily armed police 
launched their attack after 
the guerrillas demanded the 
release of several black 
political prisoners in ex¬ 
change for the lives of the 
hostages. 

As the police charged, a 
police spokesman said the 
gunmen began shooting into 
the mass of screaming hos¬ 
tages, then threw a grenade 
among the wounded. 

“They just opened up on 
them before we made it in¬ 
side the bank," he said. 


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LIVERMORE, Calif. (UPI) - Rolling 
aftershocks from a strong earthquake 
that left hundreds homeless shook north¬ 
ern California Friday and scientists dis¬ 
covered further damage to a major nu 
clear weapons research facility near the 
centre of the seismic disturbance. 

The shaker cracked a 30.000 gallon tank 
containing water and tritium, a low-level 
radioactive isotope, at the Lawrence Li¬ 
vermore Laboratory about 40 miles south¬ 
east of San Francisco. A spokesman said 
the tank was dripping several gallons 
an hour but posed no threat. 

Scientists also reported damage to the 
lab's huge Shiva laser system—largest 
of Us kind in the world. They said bolts and 
rollers were damaged and the system 
would be shut down for several weeks for 
cleaning of the optical components and 
determining whether they were wrecked. 


The Shiva system is a delicate arrange¬ 
ment of lenses and mirrors that focus laser 
beams at heavy hydrogen—sometimes ra 
dioactive—in advanced energy and ther¬ 
monuclear weapons research. 

The lab spokesman said some com 
puters were also damaged by the temblor, 
but said the facility, operated by the Uni 
versity of California under contract from 
the Energy Department, would be "95 
per cent back to normal on Monday." 

No leakage of radioactivity was report 
ed from a lab building containing deadly 
plutonium and a small nuclear reactor. 

Those critical facilities arc housed in 
some of the world's most earthquake-re¬ 
sistant structures but have been a target of 
protesters who want the plutonium re¬ 
moved and want the University of Califor¬ 
nia to remove itself from the work. 


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before City Council at a Public Hearing to be held in the Council 
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1858 


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1980 


RICHARD BOWER 
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DON VIPOND 
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FRED BARNES 
MANAGING EDITOR 


SATURDAY, JANUARY 2f, 1980 




This campaign 
has its blessings 


I’m going to hold my nose and vote, said 
one man, responding in yet another poll. That 
brief comment seems to capture the mood of 
so much of this federal election campaign. 
Nobody has much good to say about such a 
raucous, mid-winter cat-fight. It leaves in its 
path only irritation, disgust, a sense of frus¬ 
tration — and precious little to look forward 
to. 

Yet there is something wonderful going on 
around us. We simply have to make the 
connection with events in Moscow this week to 
appreciate it. 

Andre Sakharov, physicist, was being 
driven to a scientific seminar in the Soviet 
capital Tuesday when a policeman stepped 
from the curb and stopped his car. The police 
put him in another car, took him to a public 
prosecutor’s office.'A Supreme Soviet decree 
was read to him, stripping him of all the 
awards his country had bestowed upon him. 
That same night he was given two minutes to 
say goodbye to his family before being put 
aboard an airplane. Now he is banished, 
tucked away somewhere in the Soviet Union. 
Silent. 


Mr. Sakharov was not an average Soviet 
citizen. He had been named a Hero for his 
work on the hydrogen bomb. He had be¬ 
come a dissenter, a rare spokesman for 
human rights in his homeland. He had won the 
Nobel Peace prize. People listened to him 
when he was critical of his government. 

The handful of men who rule the Soviet 
Union did this week what Canadian citizens 
Together will do next month — decide who will 
govern. 

Viewed that way, it makes our election 
campaign much more tolerable. 


Lisa the liar 


Lisa goes to university. She’s studying to 
be a professional liar. 


Every generation of youth jolts the older 
generation with some kind of outlandish con¬ 
duct. Sometimes the older generation is the 
better for it. But Lisa’s contribution is more 
sick than startling. 

She advertised her little business called 
Alibi Service on the campus of an American 
university this week. Her potential customers 
are girls who have moved in with a boy friend 
but don’t want their parents to find out. 

For $20 a month, Lisa will pretend to be 
the roommate of such girls, provide her ad¬ 
dress and phone to handle mail and calls from 
home, even play the role when parents come 
to visit. 


Lisa has two clients already and says she 
can only handle a total of 10. That’s as many 
lies she figures she can juggle at a time. Such 
a sad little business. • 


Trade-off 


The sudden illness which necessitated Ayatol¬ 
lah Khomeini’s urgent move from the city of 
Qom to Tehran’s Heart Diseases Hospital may 
not prove too serious. But if the ayatollah’s 
condition does worsen and he needs more 
sophisticated treatment than is available in 
Iran, perhaps the United States could offer to 
provide it. In return for a slight consideration, 
of course. 


Meanwhile, his unfortunate setback this 
week surely proves one thing — hating is bad 
for your health. 




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Marx told us where the USSR is going 



OTTAWA — “The policy of Russia 
is changeless, according to the admis¬ 
sion of its official historian, the Mu¬ 
scovite Karamsin. Its 
methods, its tactics, 
its manoeuvres may 
change, but the polar 
star of Its policy — 
world domination — is 
a fixed star.” 

Sound like some¬ 
thing from Ronald 
Reagan or Lubor 
Zink? Actually it’s a 
direct quote from a 
speech Karl Marx 
made in London in 186?. 

If Marx were alive today he would 
not have been surprised to see Soviet 
tanks lumber into Afghanistan. After 
all they rolled into Budapest in 1956 
when Hungarian nationalists decided 
they would like to run their own af¬ 
fairs. Then they thundered across 
Czechoslovakia when politicians in 
that country opted for their own brand 
of Marxism. 

The dream of the world dominance 
and the recognition of Moscow as a 
third Rome predates the revolution 
and is deeply embedded in the Russian 
psyche. The subsequent development 
of a unique political system which 


Paul Hellyer 


proselytizes world wide is totally con¬ 
sistent with the ancient concept of 
Moscow as a spiritual capital. 

Western naivete concerning Soviet 
intentions is predominantly wishful 
thinking. President Jimmy Carter ap¬ 
peared shocked to leam that detente 
doesn't mean live and let live. He must 
have forgotten the warning implicit in 
the definition Leonid Brezhnev gave 
Time Magazine. 

“Detente," said Brezhnev, “is the 
absence of war in Europe but contin¬ 
ued support of liberation movements 
in other parts of the world.” 

To put it bluntly, don’t push where 
the west is strong but take risks 
when the opposition is weak or divided 
— Afghanistan, for example. 

It is beginning to dawn on some 
western leaders that we are now at the 
same stage with the Soviets as we 
were with Hitler in the mid-thirties. 
Unless there is a united “stop, no 
further!" served on the Kremlin at 
once, the Russian juggernaut will roll 
on inexorably until the choice is nar¬ 
rowed to capitulation or world con¬ 
flict. 





"This will be a terrible setback for the Soviets." 


The challenges the Soviets 
have presented to America 


BOSTON — The suppress- 
ion of Andrei Sakharov is in 
its way even grimmer evi¬ 
dence of the state of mind in 
the Kremlin today than was 
the occupation of Afghanis¬ 
tan. This time there can be 
no idea that Soviet leaders 
miscalculated the reaction. 
They knew what the world 
would think. They simply did 
not care. 

Sakharov is a litmus test of 
Soviet attitudes. His dissent 
— his witness for human 
rights — was for years one 
small shaft of light in a 
closed society. 

The government left him 
alone because he had won its 
highest honors as a nuclear 
physicist and had an interna¬ 
tional following. That it now 
has moved against him, 
stripping away his honors 
and transporting him out of 
Moscow, is an ironic testa¬ 
ment to the power of one 
voice in a society of fear. 

For the West, for" Ameri¬ 
cans especially, the brutal 
Soviet actions are as severe 
a test as we have had in a 
long time. The test is of more 
than military strength. It is a 
psychological and moral 
challenge: a test of our matu¬ 
rity, our wisdom, our com¬ 
mitment. The details of our 
response will be debated in 
the months ahead. But some 
general principles ought to 
be clear. 

1. Whatever we undertake 
we must be prepared to 
carry through. Steadiness is 
vital. It is worse than useless 
to make fire-eating speeches 
about standing up to the Rus¬ 
sians and then to oppose a 
grain embargo for domestic 
political reasons. 

2. Hysteria has no place in 
our response. Loose remarks 
about the likelihood of nu- 


Anthony Lewis 
N. Y. Times News Service 


clear war — the sort of com¬ 
ments apparently made to 
reporters in the White House 
the other day — ought to be 
absolutely ruled out. 

3. The response must in¬ 
volve not just governments 
but private organizations 
and citizens. Scientists have 
no business holding friendly 
meetings with Soviet count¬ 
erparts. for example, while 
Sakharov is treated as a pa¬ 
riah. Only the most fatuous 
of "sportsmen," pretending 
that the Olympics are non¬ 
political, will be prepared to 
boost Soviet prertige by 
going to Moscow for the 
games. 

4. The United States must 
take care to work with its 
allies, preventing what will 
surely be a Soviet attempt to 
divide the opposition. That 
again means steadiness and 
an absence of hysteria, reas¬ 
suring the Allies that Ameri¬ 
can policy has solid, lasting 
foundations. But it does not 
mean giving way to any 
friendly government's 
doubts. If the Germans or 
the French are obtuse about 
the legitimacy that the 
Olympics would bestow on 
Moscow, we should say so, 
forcefully. 

5. Self-righteousness is to 
be avoided. As we deplore 
the Soviet forces marching 
into Afghanistan and mur¬ 
dering its president, we 
Americans ought to remem¬ 
ber that we removed a prime 
minister in Iran once, and 
led a coup in Guatemala, and 
conspired against an elected 
^president in Chile. An illu¬ 
sion of innocence will not 
make us more effective now. 


The point is not innocence 
but an assertion of national 
interest — ours and many 
other countries’ — against 
the Soviet threat. 

6. Our military response 
should be carefully focused 
on the nature of the present 
threat. To talk about new 
systems of strategic 
weapons at this time is da- 
magingly irrelevant. The 
priority in military planning 
and spending must be for 
non-nuclear forces and 
means of deploying them 
quickly. Would it be credible 
to threaten nuclear war over 
an Afghanistan? 

7. We must not make the 
mistake of letting East-West 
concern blind us to the hard 
facts of local and regional 
situations. A classic exam¬ 
ple was the clumsy 1975 U.S. 
involvement with South 
African forces in the at¬ 
tempt to oppose the Cubans 
in Angola — an involvement 
that would have added to 
American burdens in Africa 
if it had continued. Similarly 
now we must be careful of 
entanglement with unstable 
regimes in southwest Asia. 

8. We - are going to go on 
living in the same world with 
the other nuclear super¬ 
powers, and We have to re¬ 
member that. Whatever 
happens now, the reasons for 
seeking some stability in 
strategic weapons — some 
rules of the game — will 
remain. We bear a shared 
responsibility. If the United 
States grows cold on the 
strategic arms treaty or in¬ 
troduces new theatre 
weapons in Europe, it should 
not be surprised at a Soviet 
reaction. 


byDonflSngyd 


TVE RUSSIANS 
M EXPECTED 
TO DOWELL.. 


HAVING SPENT S0At£ TIME 
IN TRAINING IN 
KA0UL. 

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The fact that a number of NATO 
leaders appear to accept the latest 
Soviet adventure casually and seem 
prepared to pursue a course of self-in¬ 
terest underlines our inability to learn 
from history. Their excuses sound like 
echoes from their counterparts of a 
half century ago. 

It is difficult to draw a line without 
sabre rattling. But a line should be 
drawn and sanctions should be applied 
until the Soviets withdraw from Afgh¬ 
anistan. The problem is finding some¬ 
thing that is likely to be effective. 

Cutting off wheat sales, for exam¬ 
ple, may be as hard on western farm¬ 
ers as it is on Eastern consumers. The 
history of economic boycott in bring¬ 
ing countries to their knees is one of 
dismal failure. 

Pulling out of the Olympic games 
would largely be aimed at Soviet 
pride. Certainly they Think of the 
games in terms of a propaganda ex¬ 
travaganza. just as Hitler did in 1936. 
But a partial boycott isn't going to 
convince the Soviets to restrict their 
foreign policy. Apart from bruised 


egos, the only effect would be a few 
less rubles converted into dollars. 

It’s in the money department that 
the west has the power to twist the 
bear's tail. Lenin once wrote that the 
west would lend the Soviets the money 
to buy the rope with which to hang it. 
That’s exactly what we have been 
doing. Western banks have more than 
$35 billion in net loans outstanding to 
countries behind the iron curtain — 
enough credit to acquire advanced 
western technology, finance a world 
wide espionage system and provide 
arms to revolutionary groups wher- 
- ever it serves Soviet interest. 

If we were really serious about 
curbing Soviet expansion before it’s 
too late we would cut off all credit. 
Future sales would be cash on the 
barrel-head plus an additional incre 
ment, say 50 per cent, in reduction of 
the loans already outstanding. 

This kind of action, which is long 
overdue, would force the Soviets to 
shift resources from the production of 
arms to better consumer goods, at¬ 
tractive enough to earn the foreign ex¬ 
change to pay for essential food and 
other imports. 

Extending credit for more rope 
doesn’t make sense. 

(c) Toronto Sun Syndicate 


History explains the friction 
on the India-Pakistan border 


CHANDIGARH, India — 
"Somewhere along the line 
we have to break this busi¬ 
ness of always having to 
react to what is happening in 
Pakistan,says one of 
India's leading intellectuals 
in New Delhi. 

But it is here in the Punjab 
on the Pakistan border and 
at the foothills of the Hima¬ 
layas that the intensity of 
Indo-Pakistan relations is 
felt strongest in India. 

Three times India and 
Pakistan have gone to war. 
Each time India has won. 
Anxiety that a fourth war 
might yet come — especially 
now that the United States is 
offering Pakistan arms be¬ 
cause of the Afghanistan cri¬ 
sis — nags at Punjabis. 

As a Punjabi student in the 
capital city of Chandigarh 
put it: “Every time the Unit¬ 
ed States has given Pakistan 
arms they have used thyn 
against us. Why should we 
think they will not use them 
against us again?” 

Another student added 
with pointed sarcasm: "We 
get our Soviet arms directly 
from the Soviet Union. We 
get our American arms f rom 
Pakistan.” 

As if to prove his point, 
American Patton tanks cap¬ 
tured by the Indians from 
the Pakistanis are mounted 
in prominent public places in 
several Punjabi towns. 

Pakistan's defence links 
with the United States have 
prompted India in the past to 
side with the Soviet Union, 
which has supplied it with 
substantial military hard¬ 
ware. This, in turn, has 
brought the charge that the 
Indians are pro-Moscow. 

But political and diplo¬ 
matic experts here in India 
are sure that Indira Gandhi, 
whose initial tilt to the So¬ 
viets on the Afghanistan 
situation caused a flutter in 
Washington, will not put her¬ 
self in Moscow's pocket. 
Mrs. Gandhi categorically 
stated in New Delhi Jan. 16. 
during British Foreign Sec¬ 
retary Lord Carrington’s 
visit, that India did not sup¬ 
port the Soviet actions in 
Afghanistan. She branded 
Moscow’s intervention as 
“unjustified." And India ab¬ 
stained in the U.N. vote con¬ 
demning Moscow’s Afghan 
invasion, rather than lining 
up with the Soviet bloc. 

In return for New Delhi's 
"more balanced” stance, 
the United States now is ex 
pected to allow the resume 
tion of previously suspended 
nuclear-fuel shipments to 
India. 


David K. Winder 

Christian Science Monitor 


Ftw tho luuvnln r\t Dimiak 

there are two persuasive 
reasons why they feel so 
strongly about their Paki¬ 
stani neighbors. 

First, Punjab is the home 
of the bearded and turbaned 
Sikhs. Sikhism is an offshoot 
of Hinduism, and in many 
ways a distinct religion. The 
Sikhs are noted for their 
military prowess. 

At the time of Second 
World War, when Indians 
fought with the British, the 
Sikhs constituted 18 per cent 
of the Indian army, though 
they are just 1.5 per cent of 
the population. They still re¬ 
tain a high visibility in the 
Indian army — approxi¬ 
mately 28 percent of enlisted 
men compared to 1.7 per 
cent of today’s population. 
Many Sikhs here in the Pun¬ 
jab recall fighting .in the 
wars against Pakistan. 

The second and more com¬ 
pelling reason for Punjabi 
sensitivity to Pakistan is 
that the state of Punjab bore 
the brunt of the partition in 
1947. On Aug. 15 that year, 
British India partitioned into 
independent India and the 


Thought 

for 

today 


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


Life is a tender thing and is 
easily molested. There is al¬ 
ways somcthijuL that goes 
amiss. Vain vVNations — 
vain sometimes, but always 
vexatious. The smallest and 
slightest impediments arc 
the most piercing; and as 
little letters most tire the 
eyes, so do little affairs most 
disturb us. 


Montaigne 


new Muslim state of Paki¬ 
stan. The partition never sat 
well with India. 

Jhc division also signaled 
oncTif the world’s largest 

rciugce—iwi » rnr* 

partition prompted the 
switching of sides both by 
Muslims from predominant 
ly Hindu India and by Hindus 
out of Muslim Pakistan 
Some 4.3 million people, 
representing the entire 
Hindu and Sikh population of 
West Punjab (Pakistan), 
came in long columns on 
foot, in bullock carts, in 
trucks and in trains to find 
new homes in India. They 
passed by the entire Muslim 
population of 4.2 million of 
East Punjab (India) moving 
into Pakistan from the oppo 
site direction. 

Much of the bitterness 
over Pakistan in this Indian 
state of Punjab is because of 
a conviction that the Indian 
Punjabis got the raw end of 
the deal in the trade-off with 
Pakistan Punjab. 

They cite these statistics 
as evidence: West Punjab 
(Pakistan) at the timc_of 
partition got 62 per cent”of 
the area and inherited about 
69.9 per cent of the income of 
the joint province. It also got 
70 per cent of the canal-irri¬ 
gated area. 

By contrast, East Punjab 
(India) got only 38 per cent 
of the area and 30.1 per cent 
of the income of the former 
united province. In addition, 
it was an area highly defi¬ 
cient in food grains. 

Yet the combination of 
land and social reforms, the 
advent of the green revolu¬ 
tion. with its high-yield 
crops, plus the resourceful¬ 
ness of the Sikhs — consider¬ 
ed among the world's best 
farmers — have reversed 
that earlier bleak picture. 

And now, having lost so 
much in partition, and hav 
ing pulled themselves up by 
their farmers' bootstraps so 
that their agricultural per¬ 
formance now far surpasses 
that of Pakistan. Punjabis 
are concerned that they 
should not lose their hard 
won gains through a new 
outbreak of Indiari-Paki- 
stani hostilities. 


Art's Gailsey 


* A il fut/ey 


9. Our attitude toward the 
Soviet Union should be 
clearly defined as opposition 
to aggrandizement, not a 
threat to the Soviet regime 
itself. In the Cuban missile 
crisis John Kennedy under¬ 
stood, crucially, that he 
must leave Khrushchev a 
way out. wur resolve can be 
ample without agitating the 
paranoid nerves in the 
Kremlin. 



10. We must be true to 
ourselves, to our own vision 
of humanity. K would be ter¬ 
rible, and self-defeating, if 
the exigencies of the time led 
us to copy the Soviets and 
say that the end justifies the 
means. That would be the 
final betrayal of Andrew 
Sakharov. 


Gen. "Chinese” Gordon 
and an Angio-Egyptian gar¬ 
rison were massacred at 
Khartoum 95 years ago 
today — In 1885 — by Mahdi 
Mohammed Ahmed, who 
was trying to defeat Angio- 
Egyptian forces in Sudan. 
Khartoum was besieged for 
317 days. 

Gordon earned his nick¬ 
name for commanding the 
Chinese army during the 
Tai-Ping Rebellion in China. 
He was popular in Britain, 
where a day of national 
mourning was decreed. 


1531 — An earthquake in 
Portugal killed 30,000 people 
living in Lisbon. 



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LETTERS 


THE COLONIST, Sat., January 26, I960 ."> 


-Utilitarian attitude- 
toward right to life 


Punch 


With the continuing devaluation of 
human life, we should not be surprised 
to learn that small babies are being 
used for experimental purposes before 
being placed in incinerators. It., has 
happened in human history before and 
it is happening now in our country. 

Too many people would or could 
not believe such a thing would happen 
in a modern civilized nation like Ger¬ 
many, yet thousands of handicapped 
German children were allowed to 
starve to death in institutions such as 
the Eglfing-Haar state hospital. The 
indications for the child euthanasia 
program gradually w idened to include 
children with badly molded ears, bed 
wetting and learning difficulties. 

During the Nazi regime, Professor 
Julius liallervorden, a well known 
neuro pathologist, asked the central 
office of the euthanasia program to 
send him the brains of euthanasia ' 
victims for his microscopic studies. 
While the victims were still alive he 
gave instructions about how the brains 
should be removed, preserved and 
shipped to him. Altogether he got from 
psychiatric death institutions, no less 
than 600 brains from adults and chil¬ 
dren. 

A "fetal tissue bank" was founded 
in 1957 at the Royal Marsden Hospital 
in England, to collect dead fetuses for 
dissection and distribute the tissues 
for transplantation, biochemical and 
developmental research. The fetal 
material was collected from the 
operating theatres as soon as possible 
after pregnancy had been terminated 
and brought to the tissue bank on ice. 
The authors of a report in Lance 
(1977) initiated the investigation to 
find out whether it would be worth¬ 
while to obtain Jhe products of larger 
numhers_o£ 'disrupted fetuses" to 
identify organs for various purposes. 


They report data on organs of babies 
ahnrted after two to six months of 
pregnancy. 

Research supported by the Medi¬ 
cal Research Council of Canada used 
babies aborted by hysterotomy, per¬ 
formed because of "gyneco/social in¬ 
dications on otherwise healthy preg¬ 
nant women." The fetal blood of these 
babies aborted after 9 to 25 weeks of 
pregnancy, was obtained by cardiac 
puncture immediately after hystero¬ 
tomy. Fetal pituitary glands were ex¬ 
cised "without delay." Gonads and 
adrenals were obtained froma total of 
54 "human fetal specimens" delivered 
by hysterotomy. 

These were living babies of 
healthy women who chose to have an 
abortion. A needle was stuck into 
their hearts to get blood, their heads 
were opened to get pituitary glands 
and their bellies incised to get the sex 
and adrenal glands. 

In pre-war Nazi Germany, a collu¬ 
sion between a portion of the medical 
and legal professions removed the 
protection of human life and justi¬ 
fied experimentation. There is in¬ 
creasing evidence that a significant 
portion of our own medical and legal 
professions are becoming increasingly 
callous and utilitarian in their attitude 
toward life. Surely we have learned 
that when we stop granting every 
human, regardless of size, shape or 
quality, a right to full life, no one is 
safe from someone else's decision that 
some people are no longer useful 
to the state except for experimenta¬ 
tion and killing. 

DR. E. H. CURRAN, 
DR. P. G. NEY, 

Dr. S. S. RHONE. 

nr T THOUPgnx: 

Victoria. 

— 



Poisoning some wildlife 
starts death-chain reaction 


“Hello, George—remember you said that although I 
was going to marry Martin James you'd always be 
waiting for me if ever I should change my mind?" 


I sec that our Environment 
Minister, Stephen Rogers, 
has ordered that the wildlife 
branch use sodium mono- 
fluoroacetate, alias 1080, to 
poison bears, wolves and 
coyotes that are supposed to 
threaten livestock in this 
province. 

I wonder how many of 
your readers realize what 
utterly deplorable stuff 1080 
is. 

The minister says it docs 
not cause a cruel and hideous 
death. It is hard to under 
stand how this can be true of 
a poison which causes vio¬ 
lent convulsions and vomit¬ 
ing before its victim dies? 
(And on this subject Mr. 
Rogers is certainly not 
speaking from personal ex¬ 
perience!) 


The minister also says he 
expects to use no more than 
five grams of the poison this 
year. That certainly does not 
sound like very much—un¬ 
less you know, as many of 
the public pardonably don’t, 
that five grams will poison 
some 500 pounds of horse- 
meat thoroughly enough to 
kill a coyote that eats no 
more than 1.4 ounces of the 
bait. 

From the statement that 
1080 will be used to kill 
“bears, wolves and coy¬ 
otes," one might easily sup¬ 
pose that these were the only 
animals it would kill. That is 
not so. It is lethal for any 
carnivorous bird or mam¬ 
mal. They do not even have 
to eat the actual set bait in 
order to die. 1080 does not 


Salmon spawning 
with construction 


grounds in peril 
of Kemano II 


break down in the body of its 
victim, which may run some 
miles before dying: and 
there it can cause the death 
of any creature that feeds on 
it—including cougars, foxes, 
fishers, martins, wolver¬ 
ines, ravens, and all car¬ 
rion eating hawks, including 
the Golden and Bald 
Eagles. 

Since it is always sensible 
and businesslike to produce 
as accurate as possible a 
statement on the profit and 
loss of any operation, citi¬ 
zens have a right to hear 
from the minister how much 
the damage done by bears, 
wolves and coyotes is costing 
our stock-raisers—in other 
words, just how many sheep 
and cattle do bears, wolves 
and coyotes really kill? 

The public at large has a 
right to be informed on all 
aspects of this matter be¬ 
cause the wildlife of the 
province is the property of 
all the citizens of the pros 
ince, and not of any got 
ernment department. 

R. GLOVER. 

2987 Tudor Ave.. 

Victoria. 


I must protest the govern¬ 
ment's disregard of the en¬ 
vironmental issues involved 
in allowing the Aluminum 
Company of Canada (Alcan) 
to build a dam in the upper 
reaches of the Skeena River 
system to supply more water 
to Alcan's turbines at Ke¬ 
mano. 


French course small price 
to pay for nation’s unity 


I would like to reply to 
Karen Shingler's letter re 
her French course. 

The most crucial part of 
your letter is, "The Quebe 
cois who has been trying 
ever.since I heard of them to 
break up our country." Why 
don't you take a stand and 
try to keep Canada together? 
It seems to me a sm^ll price 
to pay. if you have to take a 
French course to achieve 
this. 

Just think of huw well- 
rounded a person you shall 
be if you have a background 


Board’s 

%ht 

fizzled 

What a pathetic commen¬ 
tary on their means of 
reaching decisions. The 
Jubilee Hospital Board hav¬ 
ing said they'd fight for the 
children’s hospital function 
now says oh, we gave that up 
because the public didn't cry 
enough in support of us. 

Public cries and interest 
have been ignored every 
step of the way for this coun¬ 
try hospital, but in this case 
of children's facilities there 
seemed to be Jubilee board 
support for a position in the 
interests of the majority. 
Why would the public need to 
cry out when the board had 
already said it was going to 
fight to keep the children 
within 8 or I miles of their 
parents? . 

Hospital policy is fascina 
ting but to rank the public of 
the Capital Region at this 
stage us a major determi 
nanl of it is undeserved and 
distracting flattery. For the 
Jubilee board to use our lack 
of mob action as an excuse to 
stop Irving is inexcusable. 

CLAUDE MAURICE. 

2200 Lome Terr., 
Victoria. 

Mair stand c> 
based on law 

It is particularly ironic 
that your correspondent Ri¬ 
chard Krieger accuses the 
minister of health of having 
"interjected his own person¬ 
al opinions into the abortion 
issue," (letters, Jan. 22) 

The fact is that Mr. Mair is 
one of the few provincial 
health ministers basing a 
stand on the existing law 
rather than personal opin 
ions. 

Argue for changes to the 
Criminal.Code, if you will, 
but don'r accuse Rafe Mair 
of being "uninformed” be¬ 
cause he asks that the law be 
respected. 

GREGORY SMITH. 

2622 Prior St.. 
Victoria. 


in German w ith some knowl¬ 
edge of French, especially 
when you are older and you 
have an opportunity to travel 
in Europe. You shall get by 
with your German, French 
and any other knowledge of 
language you have. 

It is quite common in Eu¬ 
rope for peonle to speak sev¬ 
eral languages. 

Try to have a wider view 
on the question of compul¬ 
sory French in the schools. 
Orte of the 10 provinces is 
French not German. 


"Why should we learn and 
support the language of a 
foreign minority such as the 
Quebecols?” The Quebecois 
are not a foreign minority. 
They happen to be Cana 
dians and until you under¬ 
stand this, Canada hasn't a 
chance for unity. You and 
many others like you are 
promoting a separation for 
our unique French prov¬ 
ince. 

MRS. GAIL MUNRO. 

1628 Sarita PI.. 

Victoria. 


Basic concept 
of a democracy 

The author. E. B. While wrote. "Democracy is 
the recurrent suspicion that more than half the 
people are right more than half the time." 

If we are to accept this statement, and if we 
accept the fact that the majority of our citizens are 
interested in the affairs of Canada, and that the 
majority do vote, then we have to assume that 
because the Official Opposition represented more 
than half the constituencies (people), then more 
than half the people of Canada are the ones who 
defeated the Conservative government. 

To refuse toaecept this equation is to defeat the 
whole concept of a representative parliament. 

The Conservatives would do well then to stop 
criticizing the people of Canada for refusing their 
support and spend time telling the.citizens why they 
should be supported. 

K. M. PATTISON, 
1572 Brodick Cres., 
Victoria. 


Politicans grilled 
on disarmament 


The member states of the 
United Nations voted'unani- 
mously for the goal of “gen¬ 
eral and complete disarma 
ment" in 1961. Today there 
are enough nuclear weapons 
to destroy the entire world 20 
times over and there is an 
arms race costing an esti 
mated $450 billion a year. 
There is a serious question 
as to whether national gov 
ernments have the ability or 
even the intention of moving 
towards this goal, and nu 
clear war has been predicted 
for the late 1980s by peace 
research institutes around 
the world". 

Many Canadians feel that 
it is time for a world vote on 
disarmament, and this con 
cept has been adopted by the 
Canadian Council of 
Churches, The Canadian La 
bor Congress and 39 muni 
cipal governments repre¬ 
senting 2.4 million 
Canadians. 

I would like to ask all 
political candidates if they 
would favor a proposal, by 
Canada, in the U N. General 
Assembly calling for a 


global referendum on disar¬ 
mament? 

It seems high time that our 
politicians got down to the 
basic problems. 

ALEX HYDE. 
R.R. No. 3, 
Courtenay. 


water rights that allowed the 
construction of the Kemano I 
project, part of whichlsTlie 
Kenny dam. This dam vir¬ 
tually dried up the Ncchako 
River which fed into the 
Fraser. However, spillover 
from the reservoir into the 
Cheslatta River took up 
some of the slack. The end 
result was still reduced 
water supply to the Fraser. 

I would like to point out 
that a water rights agree¬ 
ment made in 1950 is prehis 
toric in environmental 
terms. Surely the lessons 
learned, in 30 years have 
been taken into account 
when considering the con¬ 
struction of Kemano II? Ap¬ 
parently not. The plan calls 
for construction of a dam at 
the exit of Kidprice Lake- 
causing flooding of a whole 
chain of small lakes in the 
area, including Nanika 
Lake, Kidprice itself, and 
Stepp Lake. 


Driving 

habits 

attacked 

The I Obey Traffic Rules is 
an association of concerned 
motorists founded May 7, 
1979 to encourage good driv¬ 
ing habits throughout the 
land in order to make our 
streets and highways safer 
for everyone . . . every¬ 
where. 

The purpose of this letter 
is to invite readers to share 
their views with me on how 
best to attack the problem of 
traffic violations on our 
streets and highways. 

As you already know, the 
traffic toll of human lives in 
Canada has climbed to 6.000 
per year involving one mil¬ 
lion vehicles at an incalcula¬ 
ble cost to the nation in 
terms of lost wages, physical 
suffering and mental an¬ 
guish. - ) 

Surely it's time everyone 
pitched in to help curb this 
national calamity! 

Will you help by writing to 
me? Thank You. 

BERNARD G. F. D'EON. 

President, 

I Obey Traffic Rules, 
2427 Magnus Ave., 
Ottawa. Ontario. 


!—rate: 
• .iftipat 
I have 


Perhaps a few moose, 
bears and goats are not real¬ 
ly important to our “free 
enterprise” government. 
How important are the com¬ 
mercial and sport fishing in¬ 
dustries? Kemano IPs dam 
will effectively reduce the 
water supply that flows from 
Kidprice Lake into Morice 
iso one knows whai 
pact this reduction will 
on the Chinook and 
sockeye salmon and steel- 
head trout spawning grounds 
in the upper reaches of the 
Morice River (which be¬ 
comes the Bulkley River at 
Houston). After the enor¬ 
mous expenditure of effort 
and money on the Salmonid 
Enhancement Program in 
the province, it is nefarious 
to put two important sources 
of salmon at risk. 

The second suurce at risk 
is the spawning grounds of 
the sockeye in the Fraser 
River. Alcan has indicated 
that the spillover from the 
Kemano I reservoir will be 
significantly reduced. Clean 
water sources such as this 
arc vital to dilute the pollu¬ 
tion created at Prince 
George and Quesnel by their 
mushrooming populations 
and pulp mills. Loss of this 


water source could (rip the 
delicate balance in the 
Fraser and create a "pollu¬ 
tion block" to salmon mi¬ 
grating upstream. 

Aside from the environ¬ 
mental considerations, are 
the risks incurred offset by 
the creation of new jobs for 
British Columbians during 
me construction phase and 
at the Kitimat smelter? The 
construction crews are sel¬ 
dom recruited from the local 
residents, coming instead 
from the lower mainland and 
out of province sources to fill 
these temporary jobs. 

B.C. Hydro has an agree¬ 
ment with Alcan to purchase 
any "extra" power left over 
from the smelter. This could 
be regarded as being benefi¬ 
cial to (he people of British 
Columbia but I suspect that 
the residents of Oregon and 
Washington are going to 
benefit more than we will 


with (he profits accruing to 
B.C. Hydro. 

We have in this province a 
heritage of natural resource 
almost unparalleled in Can 
ada but they are finite. We 
must not squander theni. 
There is no going back once 
an area has been environ¬ 
mentally damaged by con 
siruriIon OI nynroeicclru 
projects, the loss is perma 
nent. Will it take another 
"Queen Charlotte mudslide ' 
and another and another to 
make this fact apparent? 

So government of British 
Columbia take note—as my 
elected representatives, I 
wish to inform you that you 
arc not serving my best in¬ 
terest bv impoverishing the 
natural resources of this 
province. I ask you to recon¬ 
sider Kemano II 

E. C. ANDREW. 

2151 Haultain St., 
Victoria. 


For (he duration of the federal election cam¬ 
paign, letters which are solely an endorsement or 
condemnation of a particular candidate or party 
will not be considered for publication. Letters 
which deal with specific political issues will be 
considered. Writers should include a phone num¬ 
ber where they can be reached during the day. 


Nitpicking 
over sign 

About Hubert Beyer's 
comments, where he objects/ 
to the neon signs on the 
Bank of Commerce buildjt 
at the corner of Bay/and 
Douglas Street, now/being 
Used by Bill HarjJey as an 
insurance office) 

Myself, being a curious 
native. 1 took llte time and 
found Beyer's allegations to 
be false. I was unable to 
observe any neon signs, and 
I suggest that Mr. Beyer 
check the dictionary as to the 
definition of the word neon 
I can't understand Mr. 
Beyer’s nitpicking, and 
there is no doubt in my mind, 
that Mr. Beyer is benefitting 
from government insurance, 
and lie should be praising 
Bill Hartley instead of being 
critical. 

THOMAS MORAN. 

4155 Douglas SI.. 

Victoria. 


Technocracy’s plan 
offers new system 


In these critical times, it is 
important that people cor 
rectly understand Technoc 
racy's proposal, as it offers 
the only program which pro 
t ides the answer to our un 
derlying social problems. 

Under our present method 
of social control, more and 
more people are being pos¬ 
sessed of criminal tenden¬ 
cies. and more and more 
citizens are feeling the 
pinch, as the politicians en¬ 
deavor. in vain, to keep the 
outmoded price system 


operating. They can only 
flog a dying horse, and then 
blame each other for the fact 
that the horse Is not as spirit¬ 
ed as it should be. 

Technocracy states that 
we should use our intelli¬ 
gence: put the old no-longer- 
ablc “horse" (the price sys¬ 
tem) out to pasture and real¬ 
ly move ahead into a better 
tomorrow for all citizens, by 
replacing it with an energy- 
accounting svstem. 

ALMA V. MAWSON, 
R.R. No. 2, 
Ladysmith. 


CLEARANCE SALE! 




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(> TI1K COLONIST, Sat., January 26, I960 


TORONTO (CP) - The 
Toronto stock market 
slowed its pace Friday to 
finish the week moderately 
higher. 

"I'm quite nervous about a 
correction here," Said Nick 
Majendie. a portfolio strate¬ 
gist with F. H. Deacon. 
Hodgson Inc."We think the 
market has got a bit frothy 
and speculative." 

Distributed by CP 

Toronto Stock Exchange Jen. JS 

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

Ex warrants Net change is from 
previous board-lot closing salQ, 

Net 

Slock Sales High Low Close Ch ge 
A and B 

A G.F.M 2500 350 335 350 *15 

AbvGInw 2000 $7 7 7 *1 

AbtiPrce 43325 $21' j 21 21* j ♦ 'a 

AbitbilO 251 $51% 51% 51 -*a 
Action Trd 4500 33 30 33 -2 

AdanacM 40400 $6% 6'* 6% ♦ % 

Advocate 150 250 250 250 ♦ 10 

Alton Min 1410 $36% 36% 36% — % 
AgnicoE 17130 $13'4 12*4 12% 
AgralndA 1060 $5% 5% S%— % 
Akaitcho 4400 180 180 180 —10 

Albany 175590 184 175 184 *6 

Alt Energy 11811 V39-. 38'; 39% ♦ 


Toronto trading 


TSE 100 INDEX 
Close cn ee blob toe, 
TSE W iyiS.lt « 1.SS W7J.1I 1S1S.I1 


Majendie said he expects 
inflation and interest rales 
to reach higher levels than 
most people believe, no mat¬ 
ter which political party 
wins the Feb. 18 federal 
election. 


issues traded 
Advances 
Declines 
Unchanged 

LaiHlOp 20 $106 

Cal P 7,36 100 $26' 

Cal P8% 305 $106 

Calvrt 230000 380 
Camflo 16980 $21 
C Chib A — - 

CampRL 
Can Cem 
CCeCp 
CDC 

CDC pr B 
Can Malt 


BOX SCORE 

Fri. 


Thurs 

683 

360 

T43 

180 


Stock 
Wlk Good 
Carlo OK 
BowVally 
Noranda 
C Imp Bk 

Q.M.G. 
Amal Lar 
Woodsref 
N Senator 
Gulfs trm 
Coseka 
calvert 
Sceptre 


ACTIVE STOCKS 

Sales High Low Close Chge 

248867 $36'4 3S% 36% ♦ V* 
211493 $8% 7'4 8'i ♦ !% 

155436 $51 48' ? 30% ♦ ?% 

147349 $26' ? 25' « 26 — '4 
137638 $27% 27% 27*4 
Mines and oils 

303970 360 330 345 *10 

262700 69 57 64 48 

226197 S5 47 61 4 7 

172448 55 47 49 —5 

170844 $6% 57, 6’4 ♦ *« 

263807 $19% 18'? 19'/? ♦ !% 
230000 380 355 370 410 

182318 $12% 11'4 12% 4 % 


Mineral 

F inane 

Oil. Gas 

Indus 

Ulils 

Con sum 

Merch 

Forest 

Trans 

Pipeline 

Manage 

Comm. 

Golds 

Building 


2055 22 
1224.82 
3991.75 
1305.64 
1531.OS. 
1707.09 
1300.12 

1777.21 

2765.22 
2042.16 

2055.22 
1540 46 
2870 87 
4454.92 


—12.72 2108.62 

- 4.96 1264.43 
440.85 3996.47 
4 0.07 1312.63 
-13.59 1612.52 
4 10 86 1735.72 
4 7.35 1403.21 
410.40 1777.21 

- 4.82 2907.71 
4 41.72 2156.23 
412.72 2152.54 
4 2.95 1540.46 

- 6.41 3117.42 
—34.24 4830 66 


1104.24 

1061.06 

1842.65 

1049.31 

1369.19 
1222.46 

1091.51 
1321.49 

1585.93 
1440.60 

1493.20 

1338.94 

1424.52 
2276.18 


Up 8, down 6. Volume 10.98 million 
(11.23 million) value $154.58 million 
($167.50 million). 


MARKET 

REPORT 

Closing quota lions for Friday , Jan. 25 , I9S0 


106 - 
t 26'A 
100 - 
370 • 

20 '/? • 


1W 


AIIGA 119733 

$25% 

25% 

25% ♦ 

% 

Alta G Dp 

Z3 »271 

271 

271 


Alla G E p 

400 

$23% 

23% 

73’ a 


Alla G F 

Z40 

$75% 

?S% 

25% 


AI!aG9 76 

NO 

$26 

26 

26 


Alla G 7 60 

1300 

$23% 

23% 

23%- 

< 4 

Alta G 6*1 

11140 

$35% 

34% 

35% ♦ 

% 

Alcan 

42030 

$65% 

64% 

64*4 — 


Alcan pr 

100 

$26 

26 

26 


AlgomaSt 

45S3 

$36% 

36% 

36% ♦ 

% 

AStel p 

500 

$25% 

?$’, 

25% ♦ 

l 4 

Alumin4pr 

Z40 

$16% 

16% 

16% 


Almin 4% p z40 

$40 

40 

46 


Alum3rdp 

IOOO 

$26% 

25*4 

26% ♦ 

% 

A Lard 262700 

69 

57 

64 ♦ 

8* 

Amcan 

1600 

445 

440 

445 ♦ 

70 

Am Eagle 

24200 

400 

380 

400 ♦ 

20 

Am Loduc 

31000 

68 

66 

68 ♦ 

2 

Andres W A 2300 

$12% 

12% 

12% 



17040 57 

?!5 $22'; 77'; 22* ? - 1 


Andres WB 1050 $17* ? 1?' ; 17’; 
AngDGId 16700 775 7J0 760 
Ang U Dev 1700 410 400 400 -30 

AnthesBp z$ $83 83 83 

Aquitaine J?00 $41% 41', 41% 

Argosy 
Argus 
Argus Bp 
Asamera 
Asbestos 
Asoc Pore 
AtcoA 
AtiCCop 
Atlas Yk 
AtoHardA 
BC Sugar A 500 $39 
BC Sugar P too $13 
BP Can 7245 $37' 

Banister C 1500 $18' 

Bank BC 270 $3? 

Bank Mtl 35513 $26% 25% 

Bank NS 1J567 «4 . ?4' ? 

Bankeno 16460 485 480 

Barex 3000 30 79 

BarvExpl 5000 170 170 

Basic Res 10333 $13% 13 
Baton B 700 $13% 13% 13% 
Becker B p 200 $8 8 8 

Bolding ;78 270 ?70 270 
Bell Canad 88823 $70% 20% 20% 


600 $29' 
15445 $26’e 
1300 $37 
5853 250 
3200 $20% 
4500 110 
3000 85 
z50 $12% 


29'; 

26 26 
37 37 

235 240 
19% 19 
105 no 
80 81 
12 % 12 ' 
39 39' 

12% 13 
36% 36 
18 
31 


18% ♦ ' 
3? - ' 
25' ,- • 
24 lJ r— *■ 


239 $61 
700 $77'.- 27% 27% 
1800 $71% 71% ?) , 
1315 $24% ?4'. 74% 
2010 $73' ? 23'? 73% 
$7% 6% 7', 


• I*. 


11% 


7 . 


365 


*30 


Bell Apr 
Bel! C pr 
Bell I 80 
Bell 1 «6 
Beth Cop 
Bighart OG76400 
Biltmo Ap 

Ul Hawk J6000 77 
Black PA 650 $17 
Blakwod A 1150 $5* 
bomac a , iooo $7- 
Bombr 430 $11' 

Bonia O 85885 $9% 

Bonanza W 56716 370 335 
Border C 700 400 400 

Bowval 155436 $51 48% 50** +2% 

Bow*mpr zlO $43% 

Bralor Res 5055 $70'. 

Bramalea 1650 $70* 

BrascanA 77338 $24' 

Brscn 8’; 600 $25 

BrendaM 15210 $38' 

Brtnco 13020 $7% 

Brincop 800 475 465 
BCFP 4196 $77% ?6’ 

BC Pack B 1025 $55'; 55 
BCRIC 71965 $8 7* 

CC Phone 3330 $17% 17 
8CPh4%p 100 $48' 

BCPh 1956 ;10 $49 

BCPhS IS 270 $55%- 55’ 

BC P 7 64 p 100 $70 
BioulMeef I— J 
Brunswk 
Rudd Can 
CC Yachts 
CAE 
CIL 

( ME Res 
CMS Mines 
Cad Fry 
Cad F rv A 
La I PowA 
Cal P4%p 


43% 

19 20 ♦ 1 

19% 20% 

24 24 - J 

?4% 24% _ t 

37 38 Ft' 

7% 7% 


♦ 25 


26% — ' 


48% 48' . — ' 
49% 


2050 $14% 14% 14% 

5865 $35 34% 34% 

8474 $14% 14% 14% - % 

217 $15 15 15 ♦ % 

2655 $11% 11% 11% ♦ V, 

1685 $133''? 133 133 - % 

1000 $31% 30% 31% ♦ % 
C Nor West 472S4 $19% 18% 19%+1% 
C Packrs 210 $34% 34% 34% - % 

Can Perm 7710 $20 19% 19% — % 

CPerm6% 400 $22% 22% 22V? 

CSPele 83265 $23 20% 22% ♦!% 

Can Trust 2145 $22 21% 22 

C Trust 7% 2350 $18% 18% 18% — % 
C Tuno 350 $27% 27V, 27% ♦ % 
Cdn Arrow 4500 160 145 160 ♦ 5 
CCablesyAl2900 $13% 13% F3% ♦ % 
Cdn Cel 3600 $10 9% 9% ♦ % 

CC Man A 2400 $22 22 22 - % 

C Curtis 7700 90 85 90 

CFormosf 1700 $6% 6% 6%—% 

C Found pr 1400 $10% 10% 10% ♦ % 

CGE 200 $31 31 31 

CHidrogas i35 $15% 15% 15% 

C Homestd 7900 $26% 26 26% ♦ 1 

Clm B 137638 $27% 27% 27% 

C Lencour 19400 50 45 45 —4 

C Manotr 300 $5% 5% 5% - % 

C Marconi 9000 $23 22% 22% — % 

C Merrill 200 $23% 23% 23% - % 

CNat R 88282 $13% 11% 13% +1% 

COcdentallOQ50 $11% 11% 11% ♦ % 
COcdntlp 400 $25% 25% 25% 

CPInve 25277 $41% 40% 41% *1% 

CPInvepr z50 $16% 16% 16% 

CP Ltd 31295 $42 41% 41% - V, 

CPLAp 2020 $9 9 9 

CPL4p 1740 $7% 7% 7%— % 

C Reserve 1900 $21 20% 20% ♦ % 

Cdn Sup O 1035 $210 205 210 ♦ 5 
Cdn Tire A “ 

C Uilties 
C util 9 24 
Canbra 
CandelOil 
Canray 
CanronA 
Cara 
Carl OK 
Carl Ap 

Carl Bp 300 $27% 27% 27% — % 

CarmaA 1850 $15 14% 15 ♦ % 

Carma8.75 1350 $19% 19% 19% 

CarolinM 15620 $26 23% 25 *1% 

Cassiar 4150 $13 12V? 12% — % 

Cassidy L z25 375 375 375 

Celanese 8000 $7% 7% 7% ♦ % 

Celan 175 P z28 $18 18 18 

CtlEstA 1300 $11% 11V? 11% 

Cent Pat 5000 360 360 360 ♦ 10 

Chnctr 15183 $6% 6% 6%— % 

Charter Ol 13000 795 270 295 

Cherokee 6100 $12% 12 12% ♦ % 

Chib Kay 67900 37 32 35 ♦ 2 

ChieftanD 5945 $41 39% 41 ♦ I 

Chieftain p 205 S310 300 310 ♦ 5 

Chrysler 1905? $10 9 10 ♦ 1 

CHUM z7S $11 10% 10V? 

CHUMB 730 $11% 11% 11% 

coin Lake 11700 40 38 39 ♦ 1 

Cmplx 1300 $5 5 5 — % 

Comtnco 77669 $56 55 56 ♦!% 

ComincoA 200 $25% 25% 25% 

ComrclOG45700 385 365 385 + 20 

C Holiday I 350 $9 9 9 — % 

Coniagas 1500 190 190 >90 — S 

ConBathA 0920 $16% 16% 16% 

Con Bath B 1000 $16% 16% 16% 

ConBathp 750 $17% 16% 16% 

ConFerdV 3687 360 345 345 —IS 

C Durham 97510 227 217 225 ♦ 7 

CMarben 9800 310 300 305 —10 

CMorisn 20450 415 400 410 ♦ 5 

Cons Prof 14532 178 170 176 ♦ 1 

C Rambler 3000 $7 6% 7 ♦ % 

C Rexspar 2000 74 7? 72—1 

Con Textlc 1700 $8% 8% 8% ♦ % 

Con Oistrb 4500 $9% 9% 9'; — % 

Cons Gas 62616 $27% 27 27% ♦ 4, 

Con Gas D 600 $35% 35% 35% 
COOGs7% 86125 $27% ?7% 27% 
Control F 250 325 325 325 ♦ 5 

Conveners 52675 $14', 14% 14% ♦ % 
Conwest 4950 $8'. 8% 8?-% 

COO Fields 8300 $13% 11 13%, % 

Corby vt 300 $18 18 18 ♦ % 

Cr Food A 750 $26% 26% 26 % 

Cosed 26380? $19-4 18'; 19% ♦ |% 
Costain Ltd 5100 $7% 7% 7% — % 
Courvan 13661 160 145 145 —10 


! 1570 

$27% 

27 

27% 

♦ % 

F Cty Tr C 

100 

2872 

$20% 

70% 

20% 


F Mar 

4000 

Z50 

$26 

26 

26 


FordCnda 

325 

600 

460 

460 

460 


F Sea A pr 

240 

TOO 

$65% 

64’ ? 

65'? 

♦ % 

Francana 

7747 

11525 

400 

380 

390 

—10 

Fra$er 

MM 

505 

$13% 

13% 

13% 

♦ 1 4 

Fruehauf 

2200 

16800 

$19 

18*4 

19 

♦ % 

GCH Steel 

600 

211493 

$8% 

7% 

8% 

♦ 1% 

GM Res 

5925 

600 

$23% 

23% 

23% 

♦ % 

Galveston 

4400 


Daon Dev 13750 $14% 14 14 — % 

DEIdona 92467 228 215 225 +5 

Delhi Pac 30300 95 92 92 

Denison 38215 $41% 40% 40%-% 
Dicknsn 8899 $12% 11% 12 — % 
Dlgtech 8300 $7*/? 7% 7V? ♦ % 

piscovry 3200 235 225 225 —13 

Domini 53800 $10% 9% 10% + % 
Dome Mine 3075 $66% 65 65% ♦ % 

Dome Pete 45526 $61 60 60% - % 

DPeteAp 12574 $21% 21% 21% ♦ % 
OPeteBp 1007 $21% 21% 21% 

D Bridge 2875 $16% 16% 16% 
DExplor 15000 82 75 78 +5 

DofascoA 33550 $38% 38% 38% ♦ % 
Dorn Store 1450 $19% 19% 19%—'/, 
D Textie 3320 $15'% 15 15 — % 

Domtar 10560 $28% 28% 28% ♦ % 
Dr Me C A 1200 $11% 11% 11% ♦ 
Dunde Pal 72500 fiv rs av 
O unraie 
Du Pont A 


Estn Prov 
Econ Inv 


Elhm A _ ___ _ __ 

ElksStors 500 $5% 5% 5% 
Emco 1564 $10' ? 10% 10% 
Emcow 1100 240 225 240 
Enrgy Res 5325 200 191 195 

Equl Trust 227 390 390 390 
FalconO 25525 $14 13% 13% 

FlbrgNik A26340 $120 117 120 

Fed Ind A 750 $7% 7 7% 

ZS0 $34% 34% 34% 

1000 50 50 50 

600 $38 37% 37% 

“ “ 72 72 

238 243 + 7 

700 114% 14V? 14% _ i. 
$7% 7% 7% 

119 215 215 
155 54% 55 

$7% 7% 7% 

>13% 13% 13% 

119 19 19 

111% 11% 11% ♦ ' 
100 195 200 

$7 6% 6% 

140 340 340 
5900 $7*4 7% 7% 

$8 8 8 
$8 


Intpr Pipe 

9852 

$19% 

18% 

19 

♦ 

% 

Nor Ct260p 

200 

$28 

28 

28 


SkvIlnoH 

5800 

380 

375 

375 

IPSCO 

1476 

$24% 

24 

24% ♦ 

'/• 

NorCt270p 

z60 

$28 

28 

28 


Slater Stl 

325 

$16% 

16% 

16% 

iron BavT 

1100 

$7 

6% 

7 

♦ 

% 

NorCt785p 

100 

$24 

24 

24 

- % 

Sogepet 

500 

120 

120 

170 

Irwin Toy 

3000 

325 

310 

325 

♦ 10 

Nor Tel 

7094 

$54% 

52 

53% 

—1% 

Southm 

428 

$29% 

29% 

29% 

ivaco 

1100 

$17% 

17% 

17% 

♦ 

% 

Northoat 

4900 

$14 

13V« 

13% 

— 1 

Spar Aero 

4470 

$10% 

10% 

10% 

J Q Res 

3000 

140 

140 

140 

♦ 10 

NoHhld 

88000 

111 

NO 

11? 

— 3 

Spar Aero p 1300 

$21% 

21 

21 

Jannock 

6050 

$12% 

12% 

12% ♦ 

% 

NW Util p 

Z10 

$43 

43 

43 


SfNioner 

15400 

121 

113 

117 

Jannock 8 

1500 

$13% 

13% 

13% 

♦ 

% 

NOWSCOW 

zSO 

$47 

47 

47 


St Brodcst 

325 

$11% 

11% 

11% 

Jannockw 

7700 

$7% 

7 

7 



Nu Wit A 

8409 

$15 

14% 

15 


Stand 1 A 

400 

$8 

7% 

8 

Jorex Ltd 

70000 

56 

52* 

55 



Nu-Wsfp 

500 

$18% 

18% 

18% 


Stelco A 

21407 

$2T% 

77% 

27 s * 

Joutel 

57100 

175 

171 

17? 



Nu-WsfBp 

600 

$18% 

18% 

18% 


Steep R 

1521 

425 

415 

425 

Kaiser Re 

12375 

$34 

33% 

33% 

♦ 


Nu-Wst9p 

200 

$19 

19 

19 

♦ 

Stlnbg 195 

300 

$22 

22 

22 

Kam Kolia 13100 

$7 

6% 

6% 



Nufort Res 39800 

94 

86 

88 

- 2 

Ster Trust 

400 

$20*4 

20*4 

20*4 

Kaps Tran 

11500 

124 

121 

124 

♦ 

4 

Numac 

3650 

$45% 

42% 

45 

♦ 2% 

SudCont 

25600 

150 

145 

145 


Kaps r 
Kelly DA 
Kelsey h 


33900 

100 

100 


10 8 10 i 

$ 8 % 8 % 1 % - 
$ 22 % 22 % 22 % « 


Kerr Add 14110 $17% 16% 17 ♦ % 


OakwoodP 15325 $16% 16% 16% 
Obrien 71850 270 250 260 +10 

Ocelot A 900 $30% 29% 29%-1% 
Ocelot B 12400 $30 29 30 > % 


- 3 

♦ % 

— % 
♦ 10 


Sulpetro B 8210 $18',• 17% 18% ♦ '■ 
Sullvan A 7650 350 340 350 
SunbrstE 62200 57 54 54 -1 

Suncorpr 5430 $28 27% 27% < 


i 1200 

$11% 

11% 

11% 

♦ % 

K Anacon 

7285 

100 

95 

95 

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3 

Okanagan 

200 

$17% 

17% 

17% 

♦ % 


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1 '22500 

89 

85 

89 

♦ 4 

LaLuz 

100 

$7% 

V. 

7% 

♦ 

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Onaping 

11400 

450 

435 

440 

♦ 10 

TalcorpA 

150 

$10*4 

10*4 

10% 



Z167 

87 

87 

87 


LabattA 

32433 

$24% 

24% 

24% 



Oshawa A 

14900 

$9 

8% 

9 


Tara 

200 

$14'? 

14V? 

14% 



784 

$31 

30*4 

31 

♦ % 

Labatt Ap 

310 

$24 

24 

24 

♦ 

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Osisko 

37000 

62 

57 

57 


Teck Cor A 

6060 

$32% 

31 

32 

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. 12200 

$10% 

9% 

10% 

♦ % 

Lacna 

149506 

*10% 

10 

10% 


1% 

Oxford A 

88400 

$25% 

25% 

25% 


Teck Cor B 22360 

$32 

31% 

3? 

♦ 

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7549 

365 

350 

360 


Lacanaw 

22525 

$7% 

5% 

7% 

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Tex Can 

12205 

$80 

79 

80 



300 

$12% 

12% 

12% 

- % 

Laidlaw A 

1550 

$7% 

7% 

7% 

♦ 

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PCL indusl 

300 

460 

460 

460 


Txsglf 

3085 

$5? 

51% 

51% 

_ 

% 

3920 

340 

325 

330 

-15 

LaidlawB 

4350 

$7% 

7% 

7% 

♦ 

% 

PacCooer 

29900 

350 

325 

340 

♦ 10 

Txolf o 

100 

$80 

80 

80 

_ 

2 

6710 

350 

340 

340 


Ldi 9% 

240 

$10% 

10 

10 

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Pac NthG 

2800 

$9 

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9 

♦ % 

Thoms N T 

5936 

210 

196 

210 

♦ 10 

700 

$7% 

7 

7% 

♦ % ' 

Laidlaw! 

Z25 

$7% 

7% 

7% 


Page Pet 

18815 

$32% 

30% 

32 

♦ 1% 

Thom L 

5500 

95 

93 

93 

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1 

135 

$23 

23 

23 


LOnt Cem 

200 

$5% 

5% 

5% 



Page Pet 7 34100 

$17% 

16 

17 

♦ % 

Thom N A 

12700 

$13% 

13% 

13% 



32020 

257 

241 

250 

♦ 10 

L Shore 

2557 

*9% 

8% 

8% 

♦ 

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Pagurian A11700 

440 

420 

430 

♦ 5 

Tombill 

2500 

155 

150 

150 



600 

440 

435 

435 

- 5 

LasitrKm 

3800 

245 

7J8 

238 

— 

2 

Paloma P 

9147 

$7% 

7 

7% 


Tor Dm Bk 

8002 

$25% 

25% 

75 , 


'/4 


FedPton 
Fed T w 
Finning T 
Flran Gndl z50 72 
F Calgary 7700 245 
F City Fin 


♦ '• 

Laurasia 

41400 

NO 

102 

108 

• PamourA 

16400 

$13 

12 

17% 

♦ 

% 

TDRItvp 

300 

♦ % 

Lau Ffnp 

345 

$12% 

12% 

12% - « ’• 

Pan Centr 

52216 

239 

222 

230 

— 

5 

Tor Sun 

100 


Lava Cap 

28600 

$5% 

5% 

5% ♦ % 

PanCanP 

Z50 

$64'/; 

J 64% 

64% 



Torstar B 

133 

♦ s 

Leigh Inst 

400 

$11 

11 

11 — % 

PanooGId 

3500 

180 

165 

180 

+ 

5 

Total Pet 

165)0 

♦ 10 

LL Lac 

1010 

*8% 

8 


Pariake 

5200 

260 

256 

260 

♦ 

4 

Totl Petw 

3800 

— ' 4 

Lob Co A 

1500 

400 

400 

400 ♦ 15* 

Patino NV 

600 

$30 

29% 

30 

♦ 

1 

Traders A 

1201 

♦ 2 

LObCoB 

312 

390 

390 

390 -10 

PaulinA 

100 

$5 

5 

S 



Tr 10% 

200 


♦ 5 

♦ % 


10 


Gaz Metr _ 

Gen Baker 1000 
G Oistrb A 500 „ 
GDiStrbw 3300 250 
GMC 504 $63' 

GenstarL 18628 $27' 
GescoDiS z50 280 
Giant Yk 800 $20', 
Gibraltar 39391 $14% 14' 
Goldale A 47160 $7% 
GotdundM 12450 395 
Goodyear z50 $20% 
Goodyear p 7000 $33% 


LotoCopr 

325 

$36% 25% 

25% ♦ 

% 

Pe Ben O 

22050 

320 

280 

320 + 45 

TrCan l 

I4M80 

$8% 

7*4 

7% 

♦ 

1 ■ 

Lob Lid Bp 

200 

$16% 16% 

16% ♦ 

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Peerless 

500 

$7 

7 

7 ♦ % 

TrnsMt 

5005 

$12% 

11% 

12% 

_ 

'■4 

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81470 

$6% 

5% 

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21900 

$11% 

11% 

11% ♦ % 

Trns Wst 

39300 

385 

370 

370 

_ 

5 

L/tton M 

17700 

90 

78 

89 ♦ 

4 

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243 

225 

227 -8 

TrCan PL 

31521 

$25% 

24% 

25% 

♦ ' 

1% 

MDS Helth 

1550 

$9 

9 

9 — 

% 

Peningfnp 

2075 

450 

450 

450 -25 

TrCan Bpr 

300 

$34 

34 

34 



Mice 

4370 

$13*4 13% 

13% - 

% 

P Jew! A 

1400 

$12% 

12% 

12% - % 

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4910 

$20 

18% 

19 

♦ 

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Mice A 

120 

$25% 25% 

25% ♦ 

Ml 

Petroflna 

4275 

$47*, 4 

47% 

47% - % 

Trc 9.12 

100 

$25% 

25% 

25% 



Mice 8 p 

8170 

$31 

31 

31 


Petrol 

6500 

$9 

9 

9 ♦ % 

Trimac wf 

1350 

$16 

16 

16 

♦ 1*1 

MTS Inter 

4000 

.85 

85 

85 ♦ 

5 

PevtoOHs 

52050 

$22% 

21*4 

21% +5*4 

Trln Chib 

16500 

41 

36 

38 

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MadarnA 40060 

$47% 

46% 

46*4 — 

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Phillips Cb 

200 

*1? 

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Trinity Res66174 

$11% 

M% 

11% 

♦ 

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Maclarn B 

IOOO 

$47% 

46 

46%-' 

1% 

Phonlx Oil 

1000 

$6 

5% 

5% —1% 

TrizecCrp 

4464 

$79 

28'-? 

29 

♦ 

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MdanH A 

2000 

$24 

23% 

24 ♦ 


Pine Point 

1915 

$35% 

35% 

35*4 ♦ *4 

TurboCI A 

1400 

$18% 

17% 

18% 

_ 

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MB Ltd 

7445 

$28* e 

28% 

28%- 

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PlaceG 

15070 

385 

360 

375 ♦ 10 

TurboCI B 13260 

$18% 

17% 

18% 

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Madeline 

8607 

325 305 

310 


Placer 

13090 

$60% 

59 

59% - *4 

Turbo Pr 

100 

$18% 

18% 

18% 

_ 

*4 

Madsen 

3100 

189 

180 

189 ♦ 

8 

Plysr 840 

1000 

$25% 

25% 

25% ♦ % 

Turbo 8% 

2610 

$23% 

22% 

23 



Magna A 

2987 

$11% 11 

11% ♦ 

% 

Pominex 

20725 

195 

191 

194 - 1 

Turbo w 

11300 

$12 

17 

1? 



Magna B 

1600 

$11 

11 

11 


Pop Shoos 

1953 

215 

205 

205 -10 

Ulster Pet 

34120 

420 

410 

410 

_ 

5 

Magnetcs 

9100 

167 

160 

165 ♦ 

9 

Powr Corp 

4650 

$17% 

17 

17 

Ulster Pet r83397 

27 

25 

27 

♦ 

1 


8 8 
230 245 


Graft G 700 $14% 
Graft G A 1420 $14' 
Granduc 10375 415 
GLNickl 3900 150 
GL Forest 9350 $60 
GN Fin 1400 245 
Gf West S 1000 310 
^ Goose 700 $6*4 
^ Goose 9% 100 $10 
Grevhnd 700 $27 
400 $8'; 

700 $17% 


Guar Trst 
Guar Trp 
Guard Cap >00 $9 
GulfCan 79846 $120' 
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280 280 
20 20 - 
14% • 
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20 % 20 % 
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$10 9% 10 

$10 10 10 

$5'/? 5% 5% 


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HardCrp A10200 290 
Harlequin 21200 $20% 


18800 

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122 

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1700 

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1335 

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7% 

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Z20 

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3700 

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750 

$24 

74 

24 — 1 

6850 

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15 

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700 

$25 

25 

25 — '? 

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$78% 28% 

28% 

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Crush Inti 

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13% 

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7300 

764 260 

26? 

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Cuvier M 

79363 

116 

109 

NO - 2 

-10500 

99 95 

95 

♦ 5 

Cyprus 

22717 

$25% 

24% 

24% — % 

16223 

$24*4 24% 

24% 

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Czar Res 

39875 

$16 

15% 

15*. ♦ % 

255) 

$9% 9 

9 


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100 

$39 

39 

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3061 

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48% 

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430 430 
280 280 +15 

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HarrlsA 100 49S 495 495 ♦ 5 

Hatleigh A 840 $6 5% 5%- % 

HafletghB 360 $5% 5% 5*. 

Hawker 1092 $16*, 16% 16% ♦ '4 
Haves D 2800 $9% 9% 9% 


I AC 

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Mai Wil 100220 
Malartic 600 190 190 190 
ManBa 127100 188 170 170 
MLfGard 100 $27' “ 

Maritime 858 

Mar T 860 800 

Mar T 940 424 

Market F 100 

MarkSpnc 1000 $7% 7% 7% 

MassFer 77057* sn*% n% in, 
Mas FA 450 $20% 20% 20% 
Mas F B 1900 $20% 20% 70% 
Matchan 37700 41 40 41 

MC Adam 60100 95 82 89 

McIntyre 3325 $77% 76% 77% 
McLaohln 7800 $9 8*4 |% 

McLghl lOp 100 $13 13 13 

McLghlw 400 $6 6 6 

Melcor 1500 $16% 16% 16% 
Mentor 3550 $5% 5% 5% 

Mercantil 25916 $17% 17 17% 

MerlandE 40985 $22 21% 21% 

MetStorsp TOO $14% 14% 14% 
MidCOn TOO 240 240 240 
MinrIR 141950 290 283 286 
Mitel Corp 16260 $21% 21% 21% 
Moffat A 1700 $14 13% 13% 

Mol son A 585 $25% 25% 25% 
Mdson B 435 $24% 24 24% 

Vonenco A 10500 $13% 11% 13% 
MonetaP 3000 108 100 100 

Mtl Trust 3100 $19 18% 19 

Moore 8016 $39 38% 39 

Mtn States 49950 $12% 10% 12% 
MSL P 700 $9'4 9% 9%, 

Murphy 2101 $27', 26V? 26% 
N B Cook 4900 $8% 7% 7% 


Int Div 
IBM 


310 

310 

310 -1 

IS 

NBU Mine 

8800 

31S 

305 

315 +10 

$46 

46 

46 


Nat Bk Can 2900 

$12% 

12% 

12% ♦ 1 . 

$34% 

34% 

34% 


Nat Pete 

12600 

228 

220 

225 — 6 

$26% 

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26 


Nal Trust 

200 

$26 

26 

26 ♦ % 

$21% 

21% 

21% r- 

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Nemco 

7800 

310 

295 

300 

$101 

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1% 

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548S 

355 

335 

350 +10 

75 

70 

75 ♦ 

6 

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690 

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21 

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$75 

74 

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1% 

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35500 

39 

36 

38 

90 

82 

8? - 

3 

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68 

63 

63-3 

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11% 

11% 


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430 

395 

415 ♦ 5 

340 

335 

335 - 

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172448 

55 

47 

49-5 

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14% 

14% - 

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10404 

275 

265 

275 +15 

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43 

43 - 

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NfldLPA 

300 

$21'4 

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41% 

4? ♦ 

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NfldTel 

550 

111 . 

11 

11% ♦ '? 

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41% 

41% 


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71000 

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27 

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31 

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27400 

48 

44 

47 

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12%- 


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7500 

160 

160 

160-5 

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• Nor Acme 

82000 

57 

46 

55 +10 

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13% 

13% - 


Noran 

147349 

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25% 

26 — % 

$20*1 

20 

20% ♦ 

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Norbaska 

17000 

52 

50 

52 

$13*4 

13% 

13% 


Norcen 

92416 

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37% ♦ 1 

$17 

16% 

17 


Norcn288 

23895 

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i 375 

325 

325 


Norlex 

35000 

30 

27 

30 

$80 

80 

80 - 

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300 

$22% 

21% 

21% - 4 

l $8% 

8 

8 


N Canada 

6500 

135 

125 

135 +35 


Prado Exp 10200 150 142 145 
PrplricOil 350 $31 30 31 +3 

Precamb 9400 $5% 5% 5% ♦ *, 

Preston 36940 $30 30 30 ♦ % 

QMG 303970 360 330 345 +10 

Oasar Pet 2600 $5% 5% 5% — % 

OueMan 3800 115 110 115 ♦ 5 

QueSturg 3316? 460 425 425 —30 
Ram 36607 $16% 15 16% +1% 

Ram wt 7725 18 7% 8- > % 

$30% 29% 29%—% 
$5'4 5% 5% ♦ % 

330 315 320 
171 171 171 ♦ 2 

$14 14 14 

139 134 136 +1 

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189 176 188 +13 

180 180 180 +3 

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450 440 440 -10 
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38 35 35 — I 

$10% 10% 10% - % 
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$18% 18% II' 4 ♦ % 
$17% 17 17% ♦ % 

435 435 435 ^30 

76 70 70* — 7 


1000 


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Rank Org 7000 
Ravroek 8800 
Redlaw 300 
Redpath 950 
Redst 119150 
Reed Pap A 400 
R Sfh A 11555 
Reichhold 1000 
Reitman TOO 
ResServic 12230 
Revel stk 150 
RevnP 119050 
RllevsD 500 
RfoAloom 1182 
Rolland 4200 
Roman 350 
Ronyx Cor 2550 
Rothman 1550 
Rothm 2p 1500 
RovalBnk 7138 
RyTrscoA 4524 
Ruprtlnd 13200 
Russel A 750 
Russel 9% 400 

StFabien 20500 
Sandwell A 225 
Scptre 182318 
Sceotrew 49738 
Schneid 500 
SchneidpB 4548 
Scintrex 100 
ScotLasal 3000 
Scot Paper 8785 
Scot York 4000 
Scons A 3350 
Seaoram 23385 
Seaway M z7S 
Seaway pr 800 
Seaway w 125 
Shell Can 5556) 
SheoerdP 100 
SherriH 25553 
Sigma 2100 
SilvanaMn 17295 
Silvmq 23000 
Silverwd A 540 
SimcoErl 500 
S Sears A 1425 
S Sears B x22 
SklarM 150 
Skye Res 29900 


Ultramar 
Untcan S 
Unico A 
Un Car bid 1459 
UGasA 12469 
UGas8% 

Union Oil 
Un Asbstos 2900 

UCdnShar 100 
UCanso 
UnCorp 


11 


350 350 
310 310 
$31% 31% 31% 
$17 11% 11% 

$26 26 26 
$43% 41% 43% 

$6*4 6% 6% 

$17 17 17 

48004 $27% ?6% 27% 
1400 $22 72 2? 


UKeno 1635 $45% 43% 43’ 

Un Reef P 9500 88 85 8 7 

USlscoe 12960 $13% 12' 1 13% 

Un T ire 7p 500 735 735 735 

UW OG 6150 235 225 23S 

VGMTrscO 4100 $7*4 7% 7% 

VanDer 300 $8% 8*, 8? 

VerstICor 3700 $23*. 73% 23% 


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P 1600 

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14% 

14% 

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5000 

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425 

475 

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18% 

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36% 

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360 

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2000 

$13 

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WGW 

Wardair 

Warn Can 

Wrlntn 

Weldwod 


WPet Ap 
wcoast T 
W coast w 
Westeel 
WBcasA 
West Mine 37893 $18*, 17% 18 - 

Westfalrp 7500 $18 18 18 

Westfield 800 4is 400 40c - 

Weston 1200 $25% 25% 25% < 

Wstnapr 760 $66 66 66 

Whom* A 22700 $9% 9% 


13 

13 - ', 

Wilanour 

1248 

$5*. 

5% 

5% 

5% 

6 — % 

Wilco 

154760 

75 

67 

75 

14% 

14% ♦ % 

Willrov 

10000 

$5*. 

t% 

5% 

49% 

50 % ♦ % 

Win Eld 

61700 

76 

67 

75 

6*4 

6*4 

Windfall 

14700 

105 

100 

100 

S 

5 — % 

Woodr 

224197 

6? 

54 

61 

24 

24 

Woodwd A 

884 

$24% 

74 

24 

32 

32% — % 

Wrlwid 

650 

$24. 

24 

24 

6*4 

6*4 

Wr Harg 

2200 

$5 

460 

460 

15% 

16' ?- % 

Yk Bear 

4800 

$17% 

17 

12 

45 

45-2 

York Cons 

4000 

SO 

50 

50 


♦ 8 

— 4 

♦ 7 


$9% 9% 9% 

55 53 53 

$12% 12% 12'? ♦ % 
370 320 320 

$7% 7% 7% 

$7% 7% 7% 

219 219 219 ♦ 3 

$9*, 8"? 9% 


Zellers A 400 $9' 4 


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Trust Units 

3125 $14*, 14% ^4*. — 

7225 $9% 9% 9% ♦ 

650 $7% 7% 7% 

820 $7% 6% 7% ♦ 

385 $25 25 25 


VANCOUVER (CP) - 
Prices were up in heavy 
trading {Friday on the Van 
; louver,Stock Exchange. Vul 
; ume was 8.950.H71. 

Of stocks traded. 2:t(i ad 
1 anced: 173 declined and 133 
1 remained unchanged. 

Proflex Ltd. led trading in 
-the industrials, gaining .0.3 at 
ON on 250,930 shares. 

On the resource and de- 
ielopment board. Golden 
Gate Explorations gained .71 
at S3.50 on 200,075 shares. 

Sibola Mines Ltd. led trad 
ing on the curb exchange, 
gaining .1!) at .75 on 520.000 
shares. 

Complete tabulation of Friday 
transactions. Quotations in cents un 
less marked S. Net change is from 
previous close of same lot type. 

Net 

Slock Sales High Low Close Ch ge 
Resource jnd Development • 

Aaron 1100 500 495 495 — 5 

8400 165 160 160 -5 

18500 228 ??5 228 *3 

23200 153 14/ 147 -3 

22600 135 130 135 + 4 

8600 160 160 160 ,5 

.. 46000 790 780 285 

Am Flrit 12350 395 370 380 r-15 

Am Pyd 3454 795 280 295 *5 

Amtlo 35000 755 241 250 ^9 

Andex 18900 74 66 7? —3 

Anglo Bo 24000 310 785 310 +5 


Abell* 

Action 

Agassiz 

Aicla 

Altex 

Amber 


Atcdia 

Argo 


39200 49 
5965 S7'; 7 


C'ma 
Citfec 
Clavmr 
Cobrc 
Colby 
Oman p 
Gonial 
Comet 
Cmwl 
Con Am 
Conbea 
C Bound 
C Cinola 
C Five St 
C S Butte 
C S Rdoe 
C Trn Col 
ConSv 
Coo Gnt 
Coo Lak 
Coralta 
Corprte 
Coyne* 
Cream 
Cree Lk 
Cube 
Dankoe 
Dkhwk 
David 
Davnpt 
Dav Kvs 
Dltpet 
DPP 
Dora 
Dual res 
Dungnn 
Dusty M 
Eagle R 
Erly Brd 
Enex 
Entrpr 
Equity si 
Forum 
Futurty 
Galaxy 
Galvstn 
Gnl Egv 
Geodm 
Giant Ex 
Gnt Reef 
Glamts 
Global 


111300 280 
9680 36 

23900 58 
21700 140 
8992S 708 
3000 75 


190 219 

34 35 

55 58 

125 

191 
75 


208 

25 

5400 440 425 425 

11000 $5 72 85 

1000 55 55 55 

9600 350 330 330 

3000 44 43 43 

75700 150 140 145 

5000 SI0% 9%- 9% 
2200 300 300 

36825 64 . 50 

7700 130 120 

6900 135 125 


♦ 19 

Mav rlh 

26700 

220 

2)0 

217 

♦ 3 


Mesfon 

6800 

775 

260 

760 

♦ 10 

♦ 3 

Mid Mtn 

10700 

120 

100 

NO 

-10 

♦ 9 

Mid Nrt 

7500 

60 

60 

A 

-3 

♦ II 

MolCO 

13300 

500 

470 

♦ 2t 


-10 
♦ 10 
-5 
♦ IS 


300 
62 
130 
125 

1S450 815 800 800 


MtGrnd 21100 $9 
Mosqto 14275 470 
Mt Sickr 1000 65 
Ml Wash 1100 30 
Min Slat 5700 $12 
Mincer logoo 54 
Mndec 7600 175 
Musto E 67800 745 


7% 8% ♦ % 

450 470 * 15 

63 65 

30 30 

10-4 17 
47 50 


140 

220 


♦V? 
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♦ 70 
► 20 


tX Res 

Tcoma 

Taseko 

Taurus 

Tav Rvr 

Temagi 

Terra 

Thor Ex 

Thnrwd 

Tnta Hill 

Tintina 

Torngn 

Trnsclt 


36 

700 


37000 
3240 38 

25500 78 

7200 250 

7500 36 

5000 700 

75230 $10 - . 

4900 230 225 

76064 144 135 

74700 185 175 

15400 410 400 

10200 250 740 

10650 670 675 


65 78 

250 2SO 
36 


♦ 3 

♦ 2 
♦ 10 


700 


30000 210 
54399 78 
12550 445 
11600 700 
5100 190 
37500 110 


8480 425 410 425 

“ - 87 

550 


27200 90 

5780 550 515 

11800 100 98 

31700 $8% 7'. 8' 

15666 65 57 6S 

6100 84 80 80 

12400 510 485 500 

1900 145 136 145 

74700 190 180 


♦ 10 

Mutual 

6000 

NO 

100 

100 

—10 

Trc Res 

4150 

59 

♦ 16 

Nw Gth a 

4100 

195 

195 

195 


Trt Powr 

3300 

790 

♦ 8 

Nesbitt 

7000 

142 

141 

141 

—4 

Trt Star 

1000 

460 

-5 

N Aston 

5800 

185 

179 

185 

♦ S 

TRV Mn 

4870 

$30 


N Cinch 

7900 

250 

220 

245 

-5 

70th Cen 

15600 

510 

♦ 1 

Newest 

12727 

150 

135 

135 

—14 

Tvee 

J/U00 

40 


N Frontr 

23650 

575 

540 

56? 

— 12 

UCbrge 

5500 

43 

-10 

Newhk 

2000 

90 

86 

90 

♦ 5 

U Fortne 

22500 

49 

♦ 20 

N Mmex 

7700 

375 

350 

350 

-20 

U Herne 

6950 

1000 

♦ 5 

N Nadna 

7375 

132 

130 

137 

—3 

U Mcfte . 

1)300 

164 

-3 

N Pnvtr 

14000 

40 

37 

39% 

♦ 2% 

A) Ravor 

5000 

40 

♦ 15 

n scope 

3400 

175 

175 

175 

♦ 5 

U Wsfid 

70315 

900 

-1 

Ni Cal 

3100 

$16'. 

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t6 


Valiev 

840 

$7? 

♦ It 

Norco 

9400 

305 

290 

300 


vat Pete 

5500 

145 

♦ 8 

Norex 

76500 

82 

78 

78 

-7 

ventra 

76700 

180 


Nortek 

12050 

MV 

. 5*4 

6% 


Veronx 

5500 

130 

♦ 6 

Nfhair 

19990 

550 

525 

535 

— 5 

Veslor 

4500 

N5 


730 
139 
185 
410 

250 +5 

650 ♦ 

54 58 

790 290 
460 460 —5 
29 79 - 

480 480 
31 35 

41 43 

47 48 

960 990 
159 160 

40 40 

760 875 
21 % 21 % • 
135 140 


♦ 5 

♦ 15 


♦ 2 
-2 
—1 


-2 


NARare 2000 70 20 


'Mem N 4400 165 


74500 110 
7500 *70 
14900 450 
6500 70 

70700 40 
2500 110 
3480 165 


185 

110 

65 


2125 $37% 37% 37-* 


11934 175 
5500 49 
500 45 
13900 340 
4393 119 
3050 310 
7050 28 

2400 200 
16032 3IO, 
9000 


175 

49 


45 

330 140 

no 119 
299 299 

25 28 


Nth Hart 

79300 

40 

38 

40 

♦2 

W Ring H 

2875 

300 

275 

Nth Sth 

11900 

430 

410 

425 

-5 

W Warnr 

7500 

100 

100 

NW vent 

700 

150 

150 

150 


Wstfort 

1000 

M 

8 

Norwih 

74500 

40 

37 

39 

-1 

Wgroth 

9650 

425 

405 

NRD Mn 

7300 

275 

260 

260 

-15 

Wcstlv 

6700 

345 

325 

Nu Engy 

72630 

$10'. 

, 9% 

10 

— % 

Wstmnf 

4470 

$8’. 

; 8' 

Nuspar 

77800 

52 

48 

48 

—4 

Wharf 

10475 

450 

425 

O'Lori 

79700 

62 

55 

60 

♦ 8 

Woodrf 

10000 

57 

57 

Omni 

1600 

285 

260 

260 

-30 

Ykn Rev 

17000 

HO 

100 

OsccA 

15800 

700 

18S 

185 

-15 

Ykn Gld 

5000 

100 

100 

P Cassar 

4500 

175 

170 

175 

♦ 5 

Zenith 

32201 

180 

160 

P Cst Ind 

3100 

100 

90 

90 

-12 

Zcnore 

7500 

57 

55 

P cypres 

38540 

395 

355 

395 

♦ 35 

Zone 

56150 

191 

140 


•25 

-25 


P Foam 3133 100 90 100 

7000 31 79 29 


57 
>05 
100 
172 
55 

. . 185 

Warrants and Rights 


8 %-' 
425 -25 


Amigo 

A more 

Antrm 

Arbor 

Anes 

Arizako 

ARK 

Arowhd 

Ashcrtt 

Ashnla 

Aurus 

Avance 

Ayer ok 

Banbrv 

Barone 

Beach 

Beaver 

Belmnt 

Bencrp 

BED 

Bonevil 

Brazos 

Bronsn 

Bur Gld 

Cal Dyn 

Calor 

Cmron 

Cmrlco 

Cannon 

Canzna 

Cardro 

Carmc 

Crpnter 

Cascda 

Catalna 

Cathdri 

Cherke 

Clytron 

Clear 

Cleaver 


4500 
3000 115 
5000 100 
6500 61 
4060 130 
3220 32 

7000 130 
14000 40 
5400 315 
1500 10 

13200 30 

2500 75 
44200 170 
6500 140 
1000 375 
78000 70 

7000 ISO 
33000 75 
7000 65 
11000 130 
17000 37 

3000 105 
3000 38 
13430 60 
4000 170 
7420 120 
18000 75 

33500 40 
17200 140 
6000 73 

14000 85 
2000 30 
27800 230 
8000 49 
6800 350 
1200 70 

17500 70 
8200 140 
17850 225 
7000 73 


43 

44 

♦ 4 

Meridn 

15000 

70 


f65 

NO 

115 


MclyMit 

24000 

90. 


) 83 

97 

99 


Mngrm 

5375 


259 

1 760 

55 

6! 

♦ 4 

Morn Str 

1441 

K 

84 

84 

120 

120 

—14 

NCA Mrl 

38240 

170 

126 

150 

J? 

32 

—1 

Neotne 

21300 

205 

190 

205 

130 

130 

—10 

N Conor 

5150 

77 

74 

76 

37 

40 


Nithex X 

24500 

17 

31 

3?' 

300 

310 

♦ 10 

Nomad 

48600 

250 

739 

240 

80 

80 


Norges 

15100 

4% 

m 

400 

29 

30 


Ntn engy 

60400 

175 

1SS 

170 

75 

75 


N Lights 

17966 

54 

'52 

53 

160 

170 


N Hrzon 

5000 

185 

179 

179 

135 

140 

♦ 5 

N nuciar 

7000 

111 

NO 

111 

375 

375 


Nugold 

11600 

195 

180 

180 

68 

70 

♦ 1 

Oliver 

4400 

75 

72 

72 

150 

150 


Orell 

19000 

M 

50 

51 

70 

72 

♦ 7 

Oriana 

14000 

38 

33 

35 

65 

65 


Panthr 

5500 

65 

64 

65 

116 

128 

♦ 13 

Paraon 

5500 

185 

175 

181 

35 

35 

♦ 3 

Pawne 

8800 

135 

120 

120 

100 

105 

♦ 5 

Pembk 

1000 

55 

55 

55 

37 

37 

♦ 2 

Penn E 

1000 

240 

235 

240 

53 

60 


Pentag 

17500 

4/ 

47 

47 

165 

170 

♦5 

Retro* 

3500 

85 

• 78 

83 

105 

115 

♦ 5 

Phtlco 

16220 

85 

79 

80 

f.i 

72 

♦ 10 

Phoenx 

1200 

-* 

65 

66 

37 

38 

♦2 

Poncv 

6600 

63 

61 

63 

125 

130 


Psidn 

6500 

61 

61 

61 

70 

73 

♦ 3 

Ouinto 

3000 

IM 

115 

116 

75 

85 

♦ 5 

Rambw 

1000 

57 

57 

57 

30 

30 

♦ 3 

Rebel 

46700 

80 

72 

80 

190 

205 

-20 

• Rcdlnd 

7100 

150 

120 

150 

46 

46 

♦ 1 

Reef 

10795 

430 

405 

415 


70 

67 

' 140 y 
220 ♦$ 


TOO 
780 -20 


Argyll 

10400 

285 

780 

785 


Goldblt 

3300. 

*0 

240 

240 

-10 

• An;ona 

1300 

87S 

875 

875 

♦ 20 

GGate 

208075' 

no 

175 

250 

♦ 74 

Ascot 

16500 

27S 

760 

260 


Gowga 

6000 

84 

80 

83 

♦ 3 

Avmo 

127800 

340 

250 

340 

-90 

G N Pete 

9500 

65 

rj 

64 

-1 

Azure 

75800 

NO 

100 

105 

♦ 15 

Grt Pac 

10100 

J20 

300 

300 

♦ 5 

Barrier 

4000 

80 

77 

79 

♦ 4 

Grnwd 

•1000 

360 

350 

350 

-IS 

"bath N 

78900 

19V 

180 

198 

♦ 20 

Orndst 

6941 

140 

120 

130 

-5 

Blrnorl 

3760 

$21*. 

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. 21% 


Grove 

12700 

290 

275 

780 

♦ 5 

Benson 

47100 

63 

57 

59 

-2 " 

Hallmk 

79700 

125 

no 

NO 

-11 

Betma 

7580 

IQS 

100 

105 

♦ 5 

Hecate 

7700 

74 

77 

73 

-7 

Bianca 

moo 

475 

430 

475 

♦ 45 

Hereon 

11800 

430 

415 

430 

♦ 15 

Boson. 

10000 

50 

43 

43 j 

i —4‘; 

Hilnd Cr 

3030 

160 

155 

160 


Bh Dmd 

200 

125 

125 

125 


Hohwd 

14400 

145 

135 

145 

♦5 

Blkdme 

3700 

780 

275 

780 

♦ 10 

Host 

10700 

TOO 

175 

190 


U Giant 

13100 

140 

135 

140 


iceStn 

3500 

191 

150 

158 

-2 

Blu sky 

7153 

$«'. 

; 8 . 

i 8'. 


imp Met 

4500 

6? 

60 

61 

-3 

Brace* 

79198 

79 

71 

75 

♦ 4 

Initial 

6400 

75 

65 

75 


Brator 

1100 

155 

150 

150 

-10 

Intrcp 

500 

155 

155 

155 

-5 

Bricdn 

3140 

415 

365 

365 

—40 

Int Balfr 

3000 

300 

790 

300 


Buc nr 

16/00 

40 

35 

36 

♦ 2 

111 Brmc 

55000 

55 

44 

53 

♦ 10 

Cdr Res 

77533 

127 

170 

170 


1 Shasta 

10300 

HO 

155 

160 

♦ 5 

C T Exp 

14400 

165 

150 

155 

—1 

1 Stndrd 

7740 

115 

IM 

NO 

-5 

BX Dev 

12470 

840 

81? 

840 

♦ 10 

Invx Res 

34701 

245 

230 

235 


Caidnia 

11800 

if , 

475 

425 

—50 

lona Svr 

8600 

440 

410 

410 

-35 

camro 

2500 

so 

50 

so 


Jet Star 

18600 

235 

225 

230 

-10 

C Brnca 

980 

575 

550 

550 

— 40 

Joy Ind 

18500 

44 

37 

44 

♦ 6 

Canada 

113500 

115 

103 

NS 

4.5 

Jubile 

2500 

69 

67 

67 

—3 

Carolin 

9095 

$26', 

< 73 

25 

♦ 2 

Kamad 

116490 

210 

195 

205 


Casino 

26000 

89 

70 

77 


Kndahr 

1600 

100 

175 

175 


Castle 

500 

$5 

4*. 

i 4*, 

i — *« 

Karin Ik 

22100 

128 

NO 

124 

♦ 17 

Celico R 

300 

200 

200 

200 


Keith 

40000 

58 

51 

57 

♦ S 

Charltn 

59000 

M 

55 

60 

♦ 3 

KentE 

7500 

84 

82 

8? 

—3 

Chariot 

30300 

790 

775 

780 

-20 

Klondx 

3500 

170 

165 

165 

-2 

Cheyen 

4575 

MB 

360 

370 

-25 

Knobby 

5880 

IH0 

175 

178 


Chrmx 

5000 

29 

29 

29 


La Teko 

34500 

95 

75 

90 

♦15. 


P Acher 54500 63 

P Arctic 1900 360 

Pftifndr 19500 50 

Peosus 8573 $8*4 

Perry R 500 60 

Pine Bel ?O00 36 

Piper 3600 $8 

Plains 17080 170 

Pondry 19000 67 

Prarepc 1300 475 

Princss 24500 60 

Prism 9050 580 

Pyx exp 1900 131 

QC Exp 7500 175 

Ounstk 7900 $7' i 

Quintin 19100 460 

Quinstr 30980 161 


59 

350 350 


155 155 
60 65 

475 475 
52 54 

535 550 


8% — ' a 
60 —11 
36 # 

7% — ' 


Rainier 

Ramrn 

Reako 


6100 255 
10000 150 
68600 80 


Redfrd 20300 166 

Rex silv 400 200 

Rhodes 34383 225 

Rimrck 12000 50 

Rio Plat 25100 175 

RISbv T 6500 85 


245 

150 

74 

162 

E! 

50 

170 


-15 

♦ 3 

♦ 3 

♦ 15 

♦ I 
-12 


-50 
♦ 21 

♦ 5 

♦ 2 


GLGr 
ALH w b 
Argo w 
Brace w 
Bra tor w 
Cnalta w 
Chriot w 
Cobrc w 
Colbv wt 
Grove W 
H wod w 
invx Wt .... 

Jet sir w zSISOO 
Krin lk w 14900 
Knobv w 1000 
Las w 19900 
Molco W 16600 45 

Mulua w 8000 30 

Nw CSt w 16100 48 

N Astn w z8900 I 
Nfhsthw ?400 76 
Osecw iooo is 
Pgsuswt 1000 155 
Qur w 35700 35 


2267 241 
5000 20 

;400 90 

25000 35 

1000 
54700 
31300 
7300 
35000 
5000 
77600 
17200 


Riviera 

Robert 

Rosmc 


3500 24 
7000 63 
900 87 


Sabina 12100 101 


St etias 3000 45 

S Jtinfo 49200 48 


82 -3 

101 +4 


Rosm w 
Svrdo w 
Sunva w 
Terra w 
Vernx w 

Balco 

BCRIC 

Buckh 


1500 

54400 

20500 



Cst Int 

35500 

90 

75 

85 

-5 

♦ 12 

Cold Lk 

1500 

120 

118 

118 

-3 

-3 

C Reactr 

14500 

50 

43 

50 

♦6 

♦ 35 

Cont Mrl 

23145 

254 

180 

210 

-50 


Cornwl 

10600 

255 

250 

255 

♦ 5 


C resent 

4430 

750 

725 

240 

-N 


Cumo 

1500 

NS 

115 

115 

-5 

>10 

Cusac 

4570 

600 

550 

560 

-35 

♦ 10 

C vc Ion 

22076 

61 

56 

60 

♦ 5 

♦ 1 

Datatc 

5500 

H 

15 

IS 


-2 

Oenvr 

4000 

148 

140 

140 



Diana 
Doneg I 
Dorado 
D eagle 
Dune 
Eaglet 
Edina 
El Coco 
Eidor 
Eicctra 
El paso 
EH Res 


2500 40 
11500 151 
7000 50 
5000 53 
5000 45 
11400 142 
S000 40 
12725 700 
37700 150 
4000 80 
2333 95 
3500 50 


40 

ISO 

50 

53 

45 

142 

40 

700 

150 


-2 
♦ 10 


Regis 

Rvr Mtn 

Roankc 

Ronrco 

Ruskln 

Sahqua 

Samsn 

San Ant 

San Rati 

Sands M 

Santa S 

Schecr 

Senator 

Sevmor 

Sibola 

Sienna 

S Acorn 

S Cloud 


500 25 
3900 47 
7000 43 
15900 785 
6600 100 
10000 75 

2600 140 
74000 110 
15222 30 
1300 350 
40710 775 
22100 238 
3125 47 
11000 110 
520000 80 
17000 95 
5300 130 
1500 74 


S Prncss 27000 278 
Spcctm 3000 39 


14100 450 375 375 
5000 25 19 25 

INDUSTRIALS 

900 $6% 6% 6% 


-105 
♦ 1 


154035 790 
7000 90 


750 790 
90 90 


Saxton 

Scottie 


5600 875 
5300 600 


Seatrth 49550 775 
Seadrft 4000 88 


Montreal 

CLOSING AVERAGES 

IN UT BA CO PA 

Choc *0 64 ♦ 0 34 -1 89 + 0 31 ♦O 79 
» ri 347.20 255.56 323.77 326 25 185.47 
Pr Clo 346 56 255.22 325.66 325.94 184 68 
Wk ago 350.24 263.44 324.57 330.22 18? 45 
Mt ago. 330 88 246.76 310.59 711.89 166.01 
80 hi « 353.26 764 59 326 55 332 25 185.15 
80 lo 371.58 741 88 798 12 303 63 161.23 
Volume 1,385.219 


•■irifetWCP *- 


Laredo 

Liberty 

i incoin 

Lion Mn 

Logtng 

Lorcan 

Lornex 

M M Prc 

Maclan 

Magnm 

Makao 

Mnchst 

Mrbaco 

Marge 

Mark v 

Mvrick 


130 

154 


15900 140 

9500 157 

78850 415 390 

» 5250 400 J90 

9655 365 340 

4600 310 280 310 

20850 775 ?4S 255 


138 —2 
155 *2 

395 ^10 

400 

36C -15 
10 


Seatu 

Selkrk 

Seneca 

Shimar 

Sheba 


3300 113 
4500 100 
11500 90 
750 31 
11500 4? 


1325 S48 
23000 60 
5300 208 
1500 72 
4000 55 
1500 69 
1700 100 
1000 25 
3700 135 


Shelter 9800 1 70 
Slvrdo 51266 305 
S Chief 12100 335 
S Christl 5000 38 
S Spring 35000 70 

S Stndrd 32050 173 
Svr Tusk 28166 109 


Siocan 

Sovrgn 


2500 35 
7359 140 


Stall Lak S704 N4 
Stnd Skt 1500 105 


Sunxco 32400 170 


Suzic 

Sydney 


12033 175 
1320 60 


♦ 3! Table Mt 11600 73 


4J 

830 

4s 

875 

♦ 3 

♦ so 

Lon jvin 
Canlan 

4500 

z50 

180 

690 

175 

690 

175 

A9CI 

♦ 15 

575 

575 

- 20 

Comput 

500 

21 

21 

21 


260 

270 

♦ 5 

GN Land 

600 

120 

120 

120 


83 

83 

-2 

Gr Mtn 

1100 

P0 

80 

80 


105 

NO 

-2 

.Keg Res 

3700 

190 

190 

190 


90 

100 

♦ 10 

N Gestll 

51000 

735 

210 

235 

♦ 35 

80 

87 

—3 

Nw sport’ 

z30 

275 

275 

275 


31 

31 

-3 

Pottar A 

660 

148 

14?-' 

148 

—1 

34 

4? 

♦2 

Potter B 

419 

225 

225 

725 

♦ 10 

165 

170 

♦ 5 

Proflgx 

250930 

43’ 

? 34 

38 

♦ 5 

105 

295 

♦ 45 

RennSJn 

sarlog» 

2000 

160 

155 

155 


325 

375 


700 

$8’ 

? 8% 

i 8 . 

i 

35 

35 


Taro 

500 

395 

395 

395 


56 

65 

♦ 5 

W Rcdek 

1000 

595 

*595 

595 


160 

160 


VANCOUVERCURBEXCHANGE 

95 

105 

♦ 5 

Acacia 

9000 

60 

55 

60 

♦ 8 

35 

35 


Adoia 

11000 

47 

40 

47 

♦ 7 

130 

140 

♦ 15 

Aegean 

14S00 

120 

117 

it? 

—3 

105 

114 

♦ 14 

Alcum 

1400 

125 

115 

115 

—10 

105 

105 


Alina Int 

1500 

75 

75 

75 


67 

72 

♦ 7 

All star 

11000 

63 

60 

60 

-2 

150 

165 

♦ 10 

Allwest 

4400 

340 

310 

330 

-10 

150 

150 

—5 

Alto Exp 

7500 

170 

120 

170 

—10 

58 

60 

-10 

Amark x 

13300 

375 

350 

365 

♦ 30 

70 

71 

-1 

Amca 

87280 

250 

215 

250 

♦ 30 


Exdibr 

iooo 

165 

165 

165 


Farrah 

4300 

)9S 

385 

395 

♦ 10 

Flctwd ( 

P 3100 

300 

300 

300 

-5 

Futura 

2100 

m 

175 

491 

—14 

Gave* 

16500 

40 

38 

38 

♦ 1 

-•^4.an 

S800 

ns 

111 

113 

-2 

Old Angl 

900 

190 

190 

190 


Gold cup 

51500 

79 

75 

78 

♦ 3 

GSR 

184600 

108 

90 

100 

♦ 9 

Grangr 

7000 

36 

35 

35 

—3 

G Cenfrl 

4300 

69 

62 

69 

♦ 9 

G World 

35500 

107 

90 

101 

♦ 11 

Hat Crk 

4600 

140 

135 

135 

♦ 5 

Medley 

500 

75 

75 

75 

—1 

Mmspr 

8900 

210 

196 

210 

♦ 25 

Mcsca 

9300 

470 

425 

450 

♦ 25 

Hillside 

13500 

45 

44 

45 

♦ 2 

Mlmac 

13800 

155 

150 

155 


Hoko 

10900 

135 

125 

135 


i Geoorh 

1000 

140 

140 

140 


i Wcllgn 

z?00 

82 

82 

82 


island M 

6500 

128 

170 

125 


Jalna 

21180 

135 

131 

135 

♦ 1 

Jewel 

500 

70 

70 

70 

-5 

Julia 

13000 

70 

65 

65 

-5 

Justen 

1800 

150 

145 

150 

♦ 10 

Kenver 

3833 

41 

41 

41 

—4 

Kerry 

2500 

30 

M 

30 


Kina Kin 

500 

52 

52 

52 


Lansco 

3500 

81 

80 

80 


Lightng 

3000 

too 

95 

100 

♦ 9 

Lorcdt 

17400 

4 

46 

46 

♦ 4 

Luaarn 

1000 

42 

4? 

4? 

—3 

Lustre 

15000 

105 

100 

ion 


Mcknze 

1500 

76 

73 

73 

-7 

Maggie 

4000 

45 

4? 

4? 

—3 

Malabr 

5000 

60 

50 

60 


March 

8650 

240 

230 

235 


Marco 

5000 

54 

54 

54 

-1 

Mrguis 

16700 

NO 

10? 

105 

—10 

Mecca 

10750 

50 

48 

50 



Statesd 

Suntco 

Sunrise 

SS icecr 

Synrgy 

Tagus 

Tally 

Tandm 

Thnrblt 

Tormx 

Totem 

Tracer 

Trn Pac 

Trio 

Tunoco 

Tunkw 

Uke res 

U Gunn 

Univex 

vaidez 

vai Dor 

Velvet 

Viscont 

War lor 

W Jay 


5500 105 
14770 189 
6500 41 
4041 25 
6000 60 
18300 200 
13500 60 
21000 43 
3800 107 
3700 275 
1000 41 
1600 160 
1000 140 
3500 261 
1500 A 
10000 126 
1000 65 
8020 61 
1000 29 
5300 30 
24500 175 
8200 76 
14700 175 
3000 380 
3900 195 


25 
45 

43 43 
765 285 

99 100 

70 75 

135 135 

85 90 

25 30 

350 3SO 

750 770 

195 220 

44 47 

105 NO 
60 75 


205 225 

37 39 

105 105 

150 175 


W Trend 246700 290 
Wward 15300 425 


wildcat 

Wlidwd 

Windra 

Wrldc 

Ymoto 

Zodiac 


16500 ISO 
8600 155 
1000 73 

17633 140 
18500 275 
19100 165 
Warrants an 
Bnbry w 13500 25 


Eaglet w 
Himc w 
MSR w 
NQTw 
NUO w 
Reefw 
Santa s w 
Sienna w 
S Acrn w 
Thdbt w 
Tr Pac w 
Tunoo w 
VADw 
Westn w 


3000 
6000 
3000 
10700 300 
1000 8 ? 
25500 150 
3500 300 
1000 3 

1400 3 

7700,. 10 
?TOO ’ 40 
7000 10 

36000 25 
17400 135 


37 
25 75 

55 60 ♦? 

190 194 +4 

55 58 ♦ 1 

39 39 ♦ 4 

106 106 

270 275 ♦ 10 

41 41 -A 

153 155 

140 140 —I 

259 260 4 2 

75 75 -4 

120 125 -10 

65 65 

60 60 

29 29 

25 25 

170 174 

73 73 

155 170 

360 365 

185 ]90 

720 260 

400 400 

140 146 

150 155 

73 73 

115 140 

250 251 

150 155 

I Rights 
25 


—3 

*3 

-2 

♦ 25 

♦ 5 

♦ 25 
—25. 


♦ 15 
-?9 
-5 


37" . 


TOTAL VOLUME 


37 
21 

12 12 
275 290 

80 80 
140 140 

280 300 

3 3 

3 3 

10 . 10 
40 40 

10 10 
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115 115 


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slackened trading Friday 
amid new evidence of per¬ 
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interest rates. 

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ISUtl 100.15 108.4« 107.17 107,50 -0.34 
6SSIH. 314.77 316.20 311.05 313.04 -4) 74 

Slocks volume: Indus. 4,995.700; 
Irons. 701,900; Utils. 542,600; 65 Slks. 
^240,70O^Toldlvolume47l0mUUon^ 

U.S. Steel at $18(4. The stock 
led the active list and showed 
a loss of 1 >4 to $18%. 

Lcosona was the biggest 
gainer among the issues, up 
7V, to $39(J. The company 
agreed to be acquired by a 
British concern for $40 a 
share. 

General Tire registered 
the sharpest percentage 
loss, tumbling to $18%. 

Two New York banks 
raised their prime lending 
rates to IS'/i from 15 per 
cent, joining most other 
leading banks at that level. 

ACTIVE STOCKS 

Stock Sales Close Ch ge 

US Steel 1573400 18% -1% 

FedNat Mtg 1166700 14% — % 

Wilms Cos „ 683700 36% ♦2% 

Texaco Inc 573600 35% 

Warn Lamb 511500 22% ♦ % 

Amer T and T 486500 51% — % 

Natomas 450800 40% ♦S'? 

Chrysler 447800 8% ♦ % 

K Mart 419400 21% — % 

LouLd Exp 384600 53% +1% 

Carling 373800 7% +1% 

Gen Tire 371400 18% —4% 


Among Canadian issues on 
the NYSE, Campbell Red 
Lake Mines fell % to $29'i, 
Alcan >4 to $55%, and Hud 
son Bay Mining % to $30. 

Mclntryre Mines rose ^ to 
$66'/,. Ashland Oil % to $11 '-j 
and Walker-Gooderham V, to 
$31. 


QUOTATIONS 


Money 


The bank's purchase price of U.S 
funds in this area Friday, accord 
mg to the Roval Bank of Canada, was 
1.1550 for cash, l 1555 for travellers 
cheques and 1.1150 tor coins. Their 
selling price was 1.1670 for cash and 
1.1655 for cheques 

MONTREAL (CP) - The U.S. dol 
lar in terms of Canadian funds closed 
Friday up 3-5 at $1.1632; Thursday's 
close was $1 1572. Pound sterling was 
down 17-20at $2.6253. In New York, the 
Canadian dollar closed down 9-20 at 
$0.8597andpoundsterlingdown 1.90 at 
$2.2570. 

Nominal selling price of other mon¬ 
ies in Canadian funds: AustraliandoL 
lar 1.2875; Austria schilling .0957. 
Bahamasdollar 1.1775; Barbados dol 
lar 5850. Belgium env franc 041P00. 
Bermuda dollar 1.1775; Brazil cruzei¬ 
ro 0654; xBulgarla lev 1 3939; China 
renminbi .7890; xColombia peso 
0231; xCzechoslovakia crown .2270. 
Denmark krone 2150; East Caribbc 
an dollar .4340; France franc 2850; 
Germany mark 6700; Greece drach 
ma .0310; Hong Kong dollar .2465. 
xHungarian forint 0331. India rupee 
1505, Irish pound 2.4900. Italv lira 
001440. Jamaica dollar 6590, Japan 
yen 004860; Kuwait dinar 4 3080. 
Mexico peso 0510, Netherland 
guilder .6085; N.Z. dollar 1.1500; Nor 
wav krone .2370;.xPoland zloty 0389, 
Portugal escudo .0235, xRomania leu 
2572; Saudi Arabia riyal .3490; Smqa 
pore dollar .5345; South Africa rand 
1.4175; Spain peseta .01765, Sweden 
krona .2785; Switzerland franc .7235, 
Trin Tob dollar .4885; xU.S.S R ruble 
1 8149; Venezuela bolivar .2803 (x 
Fixed monthly rate) 


Alcan 
Alcoa 
Aid Chem 
Al-Chlm 
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 
Bendtx 
Beth St 
Boeing 
Boise Cas 
Borden 
Borg W 
BriMv 
Brunswk 
Burl Ind 
Burl Nor 
Burroughs 
Caterpili 
Col Beast 
Celanese 
Chase M 
Chessie 
Chrysler 
Clove El 
Coca Cola 
Col Palm 
Comsat 
Con Frt 
Con Nat G 
Cont Data 
Con Ed 
Cont 0*1 
Crown Ck 
Crown Zell 
Delta Air 
Disney w 
Digital E 
Dow Chem 
du Pont 
East Air 
East Kod 
El Paso 
Exxon 
Fairchild 
Firestone 
Ford 
Gam Sko 
Gen Dvn 
Gen El 
Gen Food 
Gen Mot 
G Tel El 
Gen T ire 
Ga Pac 
Gillette 
Goodyear 
Greyhound 
Gulf Oil 
Hilton 
Homestake 
Honeywell 
Houston 


issues tradeu 
Advances 
Declines 
Unchanged 


33% 

inland SI 

3?‘. 

63% 

IBM 

70' 

51% 

hit Harv 

33% 

3?% 

INCO 

26% 

10% 

ml Paper 

39% 

6H 

ITT 

27% 

35% 

JohnsMan 

23% . 

35% 

Kaiser Al 

22- 

18% 

Kennecott 

38 

8% 

Kraftco 

46 

51% 

LTV 

12% 

19*4 

Litton 

55*4 

46% 

Lockheed 

45 : 

41% 

McO Doug 

46 . 

89 

McLean 

12 

29 

Merck 

70 

37% 

Mer Lvn 

23% 

25 

Minn MM 

49% 

52% 

Mo Pac 

54 

24% 

Mobil 

55% 

66'. 

Monsanto 

53% 

37% 

Motorola 

56 

24 

NCR Corp 

76% 

35% 

Natomas 

41 

35* e 

Newmont 

47'; 

13*o 

Norl Sim 

14- 

18% 

Nwest En 

33 s 

66 

Owen ill 

22% 


Pac Gas 

22 

57 

Pan Am 

5% 

53% 

Pan El P 

61 

47*4 

PeooG 

44 

41% 

PepsiCo 

23 

31% 

Phil El 

14 

8% 

Phil Morr 


15*. 

Phil Pete 

54 

33 

P t Bowes 

32 4 

13*. 

Polaroid 

?» . 

41 4 

Proc Gam 

72% 

23% 

Pub Sv EG 

18 

45 

RCA 

22- 

59 4 

Reoub SI 

24% 

24. 

Revlon 

42-4 

54 

Rockwell 

58% 

27% 

Scott Pap 

19 

46'4 

Sea Cstlc 

35 

38*4 

Sears 

.17% 

47': 

Seatram 

7 » 

71*8 

Shell 

68 • 

34% 

Singer 

9’ . 

4?*. 

Sony 


8 

So Cal E 

22-t 

49', 

South Pac 

41 j 

76 . 

Sperry 

57 , 

58% 

Stand Cal 

61 

56 : 

Sun Oil 

75 

9 

I eledvne 

144 

33% 

Telex 

4 

33% 

Texaco 

35 . 

77% 

Te* Gulf 

45 

54% 

TWC 

15- 

28% 

Un Carb 

46 

54% 

Un Pac 

77', 

27% 

Un Brd 

13 

18% 

Un Oil 

53 . 

29% 

UAL Inc 

23 ■ 

26' : 

U.S. Steel 

18% 

13% 

West Air 

10 . 

17 

Westghse 

24 4 

37% 

Weverhsr 

35 

34 

Womctco 

.20-4 

57% 

Wool worth 

24 , 

90 . 

xerox 

65 . 

28% 

Zenith 

11 


: n Thurs 
I89fi 1%, 

656 6c 

634 c8 


Gold 


LONDON (API • Closing iiolO 
prices Friday in U.S. dollars a tro. 
ounce: London, 665 50; Paris, 667.it- 
Fr.ankfurt, 691 50. Zurich. 682.00 
Hong Kong, 703 SO 


Silver 


Closing basic price of i.OOOounce 
certificates in the Victoria area ac 
cording to the Scotiabank. S35 00 U S 
bid per irov ounce and $38 00 askea 
Previous dav $37 00 and $41.00 


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Mutual funds 


TORONTO (CP) - Recent prices of 
investment funds supplied bv The In¬ 
vestment Funds Institute of Canada 
Friday. They are the net asset vafue 
per share or unit (NAVPS) last circu¬ 
lated bv the fund In accordance with 
itspricincipractice ascontained in the 
prospectus of the fund, n—no sales 
charge, x — U S. Fund, v — delayed 
NAVPS, xd—ex dividend 

Institute Cundill Group 
Members Security 951 

AGF Group Value 8.32 

Amer Orwfh 7.45 Dynamic Croup 
Cdn os tgv 8 49 ynDvn Amer 5J2 


. -. Egv . 

Cdn Sec Gth 9.43 
Cdn Trusteed 4.09 
Corp Invest 7 50 
C 6 rp Inv Stk 10 96 
Gwlh Equity 1873 
Japan 13.33 

r.MMF 13 30p 10.00 
Option Equity 4 68 
special 8 .o 2 

Bolton Tremblay 
Cda Cumul 10 84 
income Fund 9.68 
inlernatnl 10.19 


. jyn J__ 

ynDvn Fund 14.81 
vnDyn incom 5.57 

Eaton Bay Group 


Commwth 
Dividend 
Growth 
Incopje 
internatnl 
Leverage 
Venture 
Viking 
Guaranty Trust Gr 
vnlnvEguityll.38 


19.86 

5.17 

16.07 

375 

13.91 

686 

6.93 

8.19 


PldResourcsl0 35 vnInv income3.96 
Taurus n.12 **" 


Calvin Bullock Gr 

Acrotund 2.26 
vBanner Fnd 5 07 
CIF 597 

ClP Income 998 
Central Group 
vCam Grwth 7 54 
vCompound 7.47 
vDividend 817 
yfund 4000 5 20 
vlntl Energy 3.04 
Vlntl Grwfh 5.22 
vlntl income 3.82 
vNdt Res Gth 570 
vNorthn Egv 5.60 
vRevenueGth4.?2 
vUniVest 6.49 
CSA Mgmt Gr 
Goldfund 1292 
Goldtrust 5.57 
Conted Group 
Dolphin Eqty 6.39 
vDolphinMtq4.88 


Guardian Group 

Enterprise 1.45 
GlS income 5.16 
Gwth Fund 19.30 
North Amer 7.45 
Mutual Acu 6 54 
Sec Income 9.63 
World Equity 5.97 
Investors Group 


4.44 

8.22 

16.20 

886 

935 

4.66 

7.35 


vBond 
vDividend 
vGrowlh 
vlnternatnl 
xdvJapan 
vMortqage 
yMutual 
yProvidt Stk 8 58 
vRetlremnt 10.06 
vnJones Hwrd4.l3 
Principal Gr 
yCollective 1169 
vGrowth 683 

v Venture 6 54 

vBond 2 79 


Prudential Gr 

Growth 9.16 

income 4.70 

vSask Dev Fd 470 
Scotialund Gr 

Scotiafund 1.50 

Scoliafd Mto .94 
■TcmpletonGth7.V8 
United Bond Share 
RovFund 11.63 

RovFnd Iik 4.81 
Universal Group 
Equity 15.3? 
Income 4 25 

Interndtnl 5.24 
Resource 8 00 

Non Members 
vnAltamiraFd 6 20 
yAssoc inv 8.75 
vBeaubran 6.20 
Canaoex Gr 
vBond 8 72 
vFund 1376 
vMorlgage 968 
yCauital Gth s.44 
xChastf 788 
ynComCo Mtq 9 87 
Desjardins Gr 
vActions 1159 
vHypotheq 4.13 
vlnternatnl 1020 
vObligatns 4 59 
Quebec 5 86 
nvSpec 9 09 
Dixon Krog Gr 
Dixon. Krog 14.9? 
Heritage 4.42 
Vanguard 12 02 
vDomequity 14 88 
Domm Comp 12.29 
Dryfus Group 
xlnc 13.78 

xlnternatnl 20.20 
vnExecu Inti 1.37 
xFid Trend 27.43 
nFst Cdn Mtg 9 95 
Fiscon Fund 5.88 
nHarvard 12.88 
Industrial Gr 
Indusl Amer 3.24 
Indusl Div 7.40 
Indusl Eq 10.65 
indusl Gth 6 58 
indust Incom 8 70 
indusl Pens 3178 


588 

18.92 

7.51 

3.98 

17.79 

3.60 


Keystone Gr 

Cus K 2 
Cus S-l 
Cus S 4 
vlnternatnl 
xLex Rsrch 
xManhatn 
yMaritime Eq 3.81 
Marlborough 9.21 
nNatrusco 20.57 
NW Group 
Canadian 7 45 
Equity 1270 
xOne Wm SI 16.85 
xOppenhmr 868 
Pemberton Gr 
nPacific Div. 7.13 
nPacifiC Ret 5 28 
nPacific US 6.33 
PHN Group 
vBond 9 09 
yCanadian 1264 
yDiv income 10.67 
Fund 18.95 
v Pooled 4085 
nvRRSP 20.20 

PMF Managmnt 

nPensionMul? 15 
nxanadu Fd 7 74 
nPutnam 12.53 
Pretet Revenu Gr 
American 13 ?l 
Canadian 9.45 
Foods H 4 77 
Retraile 9 57 
Sterling Group 
Equity 870 
v Mortgage 4.78 
xTech lt.08 
vTradex 2072 
Trans Canada Gr 
A 6.23 

B 66 95 

C 11.76 

United Group 
yAccumula 6.85 
vAccumul R 7 09 
yAmerican 2.37 
vCont Mortg 4 vs 
vHorizon 465 
vSecurity 4.14 
yVenture 5.38 
vVenture Ret 8.47 
Western Grth 8 36 


London 


LONDON (CP) - Closing stock 
quotations F r iday m new pence unless 
pounds are indicated Associated Brit 
Foods 95 Babcock and Wilcox 108. 
Bass Chainncjlon 206. BICC 102. Bly 
voors £13'* BOC International 62’.. 
boots 182. Bowater 163, Brit Am Tob 
265; Brit Assets Trust 76; Brit Pctro 
leum 338; Broken Hill Prop 665; But 
fels £J5 BurmahOil 178; Canadian 
F’ac £15'■ ; Charter Cons 150. Cons 
Gold 448 Courtaulds 75; De Beers£10 
7 16; Distillers 209. Dunlop 59. F S 
Geduld £55’*; Gen Elec 359 Glaxo 
483; Grand Metropolitan Hotels 137, 
Gf un Stores A 402; Guest Keen 262 
hawker Siddelev 192, Hoover A 124; 
' if l 377; Imp Tob 77'., inti Thomson 
422; Kloof £30’.; Marks and Spencer 
90, Mmorco295; Metal Box 248, Phil 
lips 472. Pilkmgton Bros 216, Plessev 
i?5; Rank A 200. Rio Tintb Zinc 400, 
Roan ConsoJ 238* Set Trust 860; Sec 


ond Scott Inv 95' ?; Shell T and T 342; 
Tanganyika 268; Thorn 306; Trusth- 
ouse 159, Tube Investments 272, Ul 
tramar 432, Unilever 462, Union Corp 
14 - 8 , Vaals£ 68 ; Vickers 125; Western 
Driefontein £79’*; Western Deep 
Level £41'?; West Mines 232; W Hold 
inn £58’ >; Woolworth 63; Zambian 
Copper 48. Bonds; Brit Transport 
£58' Bril Cons 2'. £22V Treasury 
8 . £90 3 16, War Loan £33 'a Ihc 
Financial Times industrial index 
452.4, up 3 7 


Dividends 

Stuart Oil Co. Ltd., 10 cents. March 
3, record Feb 11 

Suncor Inc., 48 cents, March l, rec 
ord Feb 16 

Mobil Corp., 75 cent*? U S. funds, 
March 10, record Feb 4. 


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Beautiful Building 700 Block Johnson 
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G.B. 1946 and prior 
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-Options- 


Closing prices atoll traded options 
Sales unit is 100 shares P denotes 
puts. (Trans Canada options combine 
Montreal and Toronto exchange op 
tion trading); 


15 


Options 

Ab Prc 
Ab Prc 
Ab Prc 
Ab Prc 
Ab Prc 
Ab Prc 


Fb 17', j 
Fh 20 
Fb 22Vj 
Mv 17', i 
Mv 20 
My 22' 


Ab Prc Ag 17'; 
Ab Prc Ag 20 
Ab Prc Ag 2 ?W 
Alt GA Fb 22 '2 
Alt GA Fb 25 
Alt GA Fb 27'-; 


Alt GA 
Alt GA 
Alt GA 


My 25 
My 27*, 
25 


Alt GA AO 27' j 
Alcan Fb 45 


Alcan 

Alcan 

Alcan 

Alcan 

Alcan 

Alcan 

Alcan 

Alcan 

Alcan 

Alcan 

Alcan 

Aqutln 

Aqutm 

Aqutln 

Asama 

Asama 

Asama 

Asama 

Asama 


Fb 50 . 
Fb 55 
My 55 
Mv 60 
Mv 60 p 
Mv 65 p 
Mv 70 
Ag 55 
Ag 60 
Ag 65 
Ag 70 
Mr 40 
Mr 45 
Sp 40 
Ap 17' i 
Ap ?0 
Ap 72': 
Ap ??' ,p 
Ap 75 


Vol Int Last Close 

30 429 S3Gt$?l'; 
14 1371 150 $21' 2 
61 573 35 $21' j 
27 231 $4', $21'; 
51 701 $?''2 $?!' 2 
47 815 115 $21 '2 
/ 72 $4' . $21’. 

25 297 $3*# $21' 2 
138 570 150 §?1«* 
5 123 $3 $25'-* 
16 659 115 $25'* 
8 467 35 $25'* 
13 847 $2^* $25'* 
16 S711I0 $25’* 
5 194 $3* 2 $25' * 
? 97 $?' « $25' < 

1 81 $19^* $64 -* 

5 53 25 $64 * 

3 67 $9** $64-* 

1 15) $11 $64 - * 

10 287 $ 8 '* $64 J < 

4 55 $2 J * $64** 

5 37 $5'; V>4 - * 

10 156 $3'* $64 J * 

122 $13' * $64 - 
175 $10 564 


CBfh A Ap 15 
CBfh A Ap I7 Vj 
CB th A J V 
CBfh A 
C Gas 
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C Gas 
C Gas 
C Gas 
C Gas 
C Gos 
C Gas 


Oc 17' 
Mr ?S 
Mr 27'i 
Mr 30 
Jn 25 
Jn 27' 
Jn 30 
SO 25 
Sp 2>' i 
Fb 35 
F b 40 
Mv 35 

.. — My 35 | 
CP Ltd Mv 40 
CP Ltd Mv 40 i 
CP Ltd Mv 45 
CP Ltd Ag 35 


CP Ltd 
CP Ltd 

cp 98 


10 

1 227 $7 $64 1 , 


CP Ltd 
CP Ltd 
CP Inv 
CP Inv 
CP Inv 
C Tl A 
Denis 
Denis 
Denis 
Denis 
Denis 
Oenis 


Ag 40 
Ag 45 
Mv 40 
Ag 40 
Ag 40 p 
Oc 27' 2 
Ap 32' , 
Ap 40 
Ap 45 
Jv 35 p 
JV 45 
Oc 45 


64 $5 

28/ $3 A * $41' * 
591 $? $41'. 
57 $ 6 -* $41'* 
87 $9' * $26’« 
624 $7'* $? 6 ’, 
44? $5’*$26'V 
36 100 $26'«. 
10 865 $3‘n $26'e 


Don M Ap 40 
Dorn M Ap 70 
Oom M Oc 70 
D Pete Ap 40 
D Pete Ap 40 
D Pete Ap 50 
D Pete Ap 55 
D Pete Ap 55 
O Pe*e Ap 60 
D Pete Ap 60 


33 458 S2.$IA*-« 
13 13 60 $16** 

6 184 $3 $16** 

5 5 175 $16*'* 

2 265 $3'4 $27‘» 

2 408 MO, $27‘s 

3 47 70 $27 4 

5 309 $4’ * $27 J r» 

2 211 $2 '<2 $27* e 

21 77 175 $?7*x 

150 211 $4** $27*n 

3 56 $3 '2 $27^8 

101 352 $ 6-4 $41 * 

19 618 $2 * $4I j 4 
32 603 SZ’.WI* 

3 69 60 $41 * 

57 617 $3** $41-4 
3 -69 185 $41* 
31 165 165 $41'« 
5 24 $8 $41-4 

I 117 $4 $41'* 

7 8 J» $ 2 *-« vai 3 * 

18 144 S3 1 * $41* 
30 784 $5 $41 '■* 

3 2 $2 '2 $41-** 

3 3 $4 $27'* 

11 .74 $9’* $40’ 2 

12 156 $4‘« $40’ . 

5 10 $2 $40’. 

1 8 150 $40’. 

5 2 $3"'* $40’. 

3 7 $4*« $40’. 

2 10 $26 $65 * 

2 84 $5 $65-4 

1 6 $11' . $655* 

30 184 $22'. $60* e 
1 174 15 $60 - 

4 1322 $12 . $60-. 
234 1796 $ 8 '» $60- - 

7 306 $2-n $60 J * 
57 1185 $5' ; $60'r 

20 ISO $4'* $60’n 


lOil A 
iOil A 
lOil A 

toil A 
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1011 A 
IOil A 
I Pipe 
Kaiser 
Kaiser 
Kaiser 
Kaiser 
Kaiser 


Mv 45 p 
Mv 50 
Ag 40 
Ag 40 p 
Ag 45 
Ag 45 p 
Ag 50 
Mv 20 
Ap 32' 2 
Ap 35 
JV 27',; 
JV JO 
JV 35 


2 17 

18 514 
8 754 
2 16 
17 388 


10 237 
23 203 
37 441 


Labat A Ap 22 ' i 
l abat A Ap 25 
Ldbat A Ap 27 '2 
Labat A Jy 22' 2 
Labat A Jv 25 
1 That A Jv 27'.- 
MB Ltd Fb 27'; 
MB Ltd Mv 75 
MR Ltd Mv 27 '2 
MB Ltd Mv 30 
MB Ltd Ag JO 
Moore Fb 35 
Moore Fb 40 


4 116 
I 63 
I 1 
II 572 
10 278 
534 


Moore 

Moore 

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Inco 

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Mv 40 
Ag 35 
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Fb 25 
Fb 27'. 
F b 27' 
Mv 20 
Mv 25 
My 2 V , 
Mv 30 
Mv 30 1 
Mv 3?' 2 
Mv 32' .1 
Mv 35 
Aq 22 '2 
Ag 25 


•6 368 
5 25 

5 218 

2 145 

3 146 

8 41 

-9~ 96 

32 700 
44 764 
2 91 25 

4 16 25 

11 1521 $7 
I? 750 $6 
14 131? $4 

5 267 $2’ 
65 776 $3 

2 75 $3 J 

103 1232 $2' 
1 184 $10 
8 318 $8 


$3-. $42 
80 $19 
$4'* $33-* 
$3 $33*4 
$33*4 
$33-4 
$33*4 
$24-4 
$24’* 

$?4 J 4 
$24*4 
$24*4 
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$28’. 
$28’ 2 
$28- 2 
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$39 
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$31’<4 
$3\> $31 4 
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Rov Bk Jy 40 
Shell c Fb 25 
Shell C Fb ?7< 4 
Shell C Fb 30 
Shell C Fb 3?' .- 
Shell C Fb 32' rp 
Shell C Fb 35 
Shell C Fb 35 p 
Shell C 7/v 2 S 
Stiell C My 27'. 
Shell C My 30 
Shell C My 32' j 
Shell C My 32- ?p 
Shell C Mv 35 

Mi M" 

Shell C Ag 30 
Shell C Ag 35 
Shell C Ag 35 P 
Shell C Ag 40 p 
Stlco A Fb 27’ 2 
• Stlco A Fb 30 
Stlco A My 30 
Stlco A Ag 25 
St ICO A Ag ? 7' j 
StlCO A Ag 30 
T O Bk Mr 27' 2 
T D Bk Jn 27-. 
Total P Ap 27'; 
Total P Ap 30 
Total P Ap 3?'; 
Total P Jv 25 
Total P Jy 27 '2 
Total P Jy 30 
Total P Jy 32'. 
Total P Oc 25 
Total P Oc 27' ; 
Total P Oc 30 
TrC PL Fb 20 
TrC PL Fb 22' 2 
TrC PL Fb 25 
TrC PL My 20 


13 


8J 

259 
258 
424 
645 
53 
20 1290 
3 63 

6- 236 
II ? 79 
II 496 
62 565 
7 29 

237 M>54 


$5 $4J S « 
$7*4 $3? 

$5 $3? 
$2 j 4 $3? 
145 S3? 

100 $32 
55 $3? 
$2*4 $3? 
$8'# $3? 
$6. $32 
$5 $3? 

$3 '2 $3? 

$2 . $3? 
S3- $3? 


M'W 

I $6. $32 
I $4 '4 $3? 
$4*. $3? 
$8 $32 

75 $27*. 
15 $27>. 


11 
10 

II 168 
27 234 
1 8 
3 7 

15 402 

10 970 .. ... 

20 1117 95 $27 

10 232 $4’ 4 $27 
13 153 $3 $27 

16 269 140 $27 

20 50 50 $25 

3 8 100 $25 

149 1215 $?-,-$?7 
68 1857 17S $27 
6 585 105 $27 
8 IJI $5'V $27 

11 255 $4* $27 
73 411 S3's $27 

5 219 $2. $27 
20 37 $6 *$27 

3 41 $5'. $27 

VP* $27 
255 
248 
874 
II 


$5'. $25 . 
- $3' * $25'. 
4 110 $?5'. 
$5' ; $25'. 


Asama Ap 27' j 

7 

597 

$ 2 '. 

. $ 26 ' # 

D Pete 

Ap 

65 

105 

358 $3 V « $60' # 

inco 

Ag 35 

23 

331 53*-# $31'* 

TrC PL 

Mv 22'. 

10 

250 

$3*. 

. $25'. 

Asama jy 22 '.? 

37 

MM 

$6 

$? 6 G 

D Pete 

Ap 

65 p 

17 

27 $6G$60-u 

Nat Bk 

MV 15 

10 

154 30 $12** 

TrC PL 

Mv 25 

6 

372 

5.’ 

$25'. 

Asama Jv 27', 

3 

219 

$3': 

: $26'# 

D Pete 

Jv 

50 

90 

559 $15'j $60*« 

Norcn 

Fb 25 

30 

717 $I2' # $37 # 

TrC PL 

Mv 27’, 

2 

243 110 

$25’; 

Asama Oc 25 

9 

13 

$ 6 '. 

. 5?6 ’5 

D Pete 

Jv 

S5 

34 1057 $17 $60'h 

Norcn 

Fb 27' . 

50 

877 510'* $37’# 

Segrm 

Ap 45 

4 

479 

$7 

$50' . 

Asama Or 2 7' , 

3 

11 

$4^$26'» 

D Pete 

Jv 

60 

49 

607 $ 8 ** $60*r. 

Norcn 

Fb 30 

82 1208 S 8 $37G 

.. Segrm 

Ap 50 

2 

197 

$4 

$50'. 

Bell Can Fb 20 

5 

198 

80 

$ 20 * 

D Pete 

Jv 

60 p 

2 

43 $4** $60-, 

Norcn 

Fb 3?'; 

168 

738 $5*8 $37'# 

Segrm 

Ap 55 

2 

107 160 

$50‘: 

Beil Can Fb ??'; 

27 

1186 

10 

$ 20 ’* 

D Pete 

Jv 

65 

114 

254 $ 6 '" $60‘Ti 

Norcn 

Fb 35 

232 

705 $3’a $37*8 

Segrm 

JV 55 

2 

J4 

$3- 

* 550'. 

Bell Can Mv 20 

7 

709 145 

$ 20 '* 

D Pete 

Oc 

55 

10 

123 $15 $60v# 

Norcn 

F b 35 p 

5 

36 100 $37 *8 

AlOdSt 

Mr 15 

6 2601 

55 

$14'. 

Bell Can Mv 22't 

10 

1482 

40 

$ 20 '* 

D Pete 

Oc 

60 

13 

173 $12 $60 « 

Norcn 

Mv 27’ ; 

2 

423 $10**$37’8 

Wcoasf 

Jn 12'; 

10 

120 

$2*8 514-. 

Bell Can Ag 20 

27 

168 

$2 

$ 20 '* 

D Pete 

Oc 

65 

41 

113 $8 *$60*# 

Norcn 

Mv 30 

52 1255 $ 8 '# $37*. 

A toast 

Sp IS 

36 

391 130 

$14 . 

Bell Can Ag 70 p 

2 

16 

65 

$ 20 '* 

DTe* 

Mr 

IS 

34 

577 65 $15’# 

Norcn 

Mv 32' a 

62 1078 $6 * $37 # 

Total volume 7591 





Bell Can Ag 22'. 

10 

364 

75 

$ 20 '* 

DTex 

Jn 

15 

1 

71 150 $15’• 

Norcn. 

Mv 35 

109 

847 $5 '8 $37'. 

Total open interest 

142665 



Brscn A Fb 22 '; 

185 

721 175 

$24 

Gulf C 

Fb 90 

2 

110 529', I18*# 

Norcn 

Mv 35 0 

2 

108 )95 $37’# 







Brscn A Fb 25 

65 

1424 

75 

$74 

Gulf C 

Fb 95 

2 

106 526'. 118** 

Norcn 

M y 40 

147 

237 $2'8 $37’, 








Brscn A Mv 22 '2 
Brscn A My 25 
Bk Mtl Fb 25 
Bk Mtl My 22'; 
Bk Mtl Mv 25 
Bk Mtl My 25 t 
Bk Mtl Mv 27'; 
Bk Mtl Ag 22' 2 
Bk Mtl Ag 25 
Bk Mtl Ag ?7'. 
BP Can Ap 35 
BP Can Ap 40 
BP Can Ap 45 
BP Can Jv 35 
BP Can Jv 40 
BP Can Oc 40 
Bow Vdl Ap 35 ( 
Bow Val Ap 40 
Bow Val Ap 40 1 
Bow Val Ap 45 
Bow Val Ap 45 1 
Bow Val Ap 50 
Bow Val Ap 50 1 
Bow Vdl Jv 40 
Bow Val Jy 45 
Bow Val Jy 50 
Bow Val Jv 50 1 
Bow Val Oc 45 


2 $24 
$24 
$25 r 
» $25'# 
* $25 # 

$2sg 

$25'# 


7f 


2 814 $3’. 

2 449 140 
50 587 110 
10 494 $3G 
7 1282 $2'.< 

10 42 100 

10 184 70 
10 150 $4 A » $25'n 
30 389 $2'-« $25 •. 
11? 193 110 $25 G 
196 $3'# $36* 
296 190 $36'* 
5 51 65 $36'* 

1 48 $5 * $36 '* 

5 62 $3*5* $36** 

16 23 $4 . $36 * 

25 4? 70 $50- * 

47 494 $12''; $50*.’ 
4 112 100 $50*» 
211 784 $8'* $50-» 
10 168 $2' * $50 ^ 
100 208 $6*# $50# 

2 2 $4-* $50 j h 

19 74 $15 $50* * 

58 203 $10** $50*« 
46 54 $8'*$S0 J « 

25 25 $5 $50'» 

2 2 $13** $50-* 


Gulf C 
Gulf C 
Gulf C 
Gulf C 
Gull C 
Gulf C 
Gulf C 
Gulf C 
Gull C 
Gutf C 
Gnstar 
Gnstar 
Gnstar 
MB Mn 
MB Mn 
MB Mn 
Husky 
Husky 
I AC 
I AC 
IAC 
IOil A 
IOil A 
IOil A 
IOil A 
JOil A 
IOil A 


Fb 95 .. 
FbtOO 
FbllO 
Fb120 
Fbl20 p 
Mv 110 p 
Mvl20 
Ag)00 p 
AfrllO 
AgllO p 
Agl20 
Ap 25 
Ap 27' j 
JV 20 
Mr 30 
Jn ?7'. 
Jn JO 
Ap 75 
Ap 80 
Jn 12' j 
Sp 10 
Sp 12'/; 
Fb 35 
Fb 40 
Fb 45 
My 35 
Mv 40 
Mv 45 


10 151 10 118** 
250 638 S19'; 118** 
260 1145 $10 '118'* 
63 1012 $3'. 116-4 
5 81 $4'-. 118'* 

2 83 $6 118-4 

16 435$12 1I8** 


16 


6 VP; 118** 
5 192 $23'; 1 IB*« 
10 55 $6’* MB** 

16 147 $17' ; 118 * 
5 61 $?** $27'* 

10 95 145 $27'. 

19 $7*4 $27'. 


Norcn 

Norcn 

Norcn 

Norcn 

Norcn 

Noran 

Noran 

Noran 

Noran 

Noran 

Nor^n 

Noran 

Noran 

Noran 


Mv 40 
Ag 30 
Ag 37'*; 
Ag 35 
Ag 40 
Fb 20 
F b 22' ? 
Mv 20 
MV 72'; 
Mv 25 
My 25 p 
My 27’ ; 
Ag 20 
Ag 25 


2 J $4*, 
4 155 $9 
30 187 $7' 

1 346 $5 
53 70 $3 

50 990 $6' 
20 454 
8 907 
43 1451 
110 2421 


$3 

$ 6 »» 

$5 

$3'» 


48 51 165 


5 

15 

$5 

$34'# 

Noran 

Ag 27' ? 

10 

1 

17 

$8 

$34S 

Nor Tel 

JV 55 

2 

13 

109 

$6 

$J4‘*» 

Powr C 

Mv 17'.- 

1 

1 

155 

$5 

$75 

Powr C 

Mv 20 

JO 

5 

261 

$3 

$75 

Powr C 

Ag 17'; 

5 

22 

258 

85 

$11'; 

Pang 

Ap 22'; 

11 

S 

15) 

$3 

$11'; 

Rano 

Ap 25 

20 

1 

127 135 

$11'. 

Rang 

Ap 27' . 

9 

25 

*315 

$7*. 

.$4? 

Rang 

Ap 27' ,p 

10 

' 22 1383 

$2-. 

i S42 

Rano 

Ap 30 

4? 

131 3066 

70 

$4? 

Rang 

Ap 32'; 

6 

2 

2S6 

$»'; $42 

Rang 

JV 25 

7 

5 


$6 

$4? 

Rano 

-U- 2X'..~ . 

.14. 


36 1309 

$3'. 

i $42 

Rov Bk 

Ap 45 

16 


GIC’s and RRSP’s 

1 YEAR.12'/4% 

2-5 YEARS.11%% 

Lft Dor folk Tru/t 


777 FORT ST. VICTORIA, B.C. 
388-8183 


ILLUMINATED SIGNS 


NOW THERE IS 
AN ALTERNATIVE! 

Call for a free estimate 
and artwork proposal 

652-3937 




nair 


1810 Verling Ave., Vic. 

(OHKaotlng X tfoad) 11-13 


AUTO BODY SHOP 

Quality auto body repair shop in Victoria city 
showing good return on investment. Currently 
operated as two-man shop but has space and 
business to Increase. Building has paint booth 
and is available lor extended lease. Price ot 
$20,000 includes tools and business only. 


479-1667 DOUG RELF 479-5761 
J. H. Whittome & Co. Ltd. ns 


4 




I 


Restaurant 

Franchise 

The Pantry Family Restaurant chain is 
British Columbia based and Canadian 
owned. Seven Pantry Family Restaurants 
are now operating: in Greater Vanoouver 
and the Lower Mainland. Franchise rights 
are available in Victoria and Nanaimo, the 
Greater Vanoouver area and the interior of 
B.C. This highly successful company offers 
a turnkey operation with full management 
training. 

A minimum Investment of $70,000 is re¬ 
quired. Experience in the food industry is 
helpful though not mandatory. 

Applicants should suggest possible loca¬ 
tions when applying. 

For further information write; ■ 

The Pantry Family Restaurant Head Offiol 
104—15225 104th Avenue, 

Surrey, B.C. V3R 1N2 


TioS, 



42 473 
10 296 
15 579 


S? 

173 

vr 

$3' 

$3 

135 

75 

$?’. 

$7*-4 

$5'*a 

$4 

185 

$ 2 *. 

150 

$7'* 

-4SG-; 

125 


$37 , 
$37 , 
$37# 
$37'e 
$37’# 

$26’4 

$76 '4 
$26's 
$26 '4 
$26 '4 
$26 '4 
$26'* 
$26'4 

$26' 4 
$26' - 
$53 '4 
$17-. 
$17’ 0 
$17'» 
$29'. 
$29'. 
$29 . 
$29*-: 
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$29'. 
$29’; 


WISTCOASI 
I K ANSMISSION 


WfcSTCOASI 
I R ANSMISSION 



-.v'suojsi I r.iriNinisMon ( onip.im 
I miiti'il is pleased to announce 
tin- appointment of Kill ( aswell 
as (.roup Manager Process, lie 
joins the eompatiy with a hack 
ground of 2.1 ycars hi the oil gas 
petrochemical fields and will Ik- 
responsible for the operation id' 
alt the company's gas process 
plants. \ ehcmieal engineer, Mr. 
C iswell will Ik- based in the head 
office in Vancouver. 


© empress 

APPOINTMENT 



MIKE MURPHY 

Mr. A. C. Farlowe. Presidejit, is pleased to an¬ 
nounce the appointment of Mike Murphy — An¬ 
other Good Name" to our sales force. Mike would 
like to take this opportunity to invite all his friends 
and customers to contact him for their automotive 
needs. 

a lot of good names all in one place. 

EMPRESS PONTIAC-BUICK GMC LTD. 

2867 Douglas at Topaz i js 382-7121 


THE COLONIST, Sat.. January 26, 19H0 l 

Alberta 


Complete tabulation of Friday’s 
transactions on the Alberta Stock 
Exchange. Net change is from previ 
ous board lot closinq sale. Quotations 
in cents unless marked $. 

Stock Sales High Low Close Ch’ge 


Amaild 5000 140 

Am ChronT 11300 250 

Aquarius 4500 3SS 

Ashlu 500 760 

Barefta 


Livestock 

CALGARY (CP) -ReceiptsFriday 
at the Calgary public stockyards of 
1,001 head consisted of mostly feeder 
cattle and a light run of slaughter 
cows of average condition No slaugh 
ter steer or heifer orvoffers Slaughter 
cows sold steady. Dl 2 cows 51 54 ; 
D 35 47 52 Feeder cattle receipts con 
sited of a normal run of all classes of 
feeder cattle and slock calves. Trade 
was active with a broad local demand 
for good condition kinds. Feeder 
steers traded steady. Feeder heifers 
sold S2 higher Good stock steer and 
heifer calves traded steady with most 
sales being to the top end ot quota 
lions Goocffeeder steers over 800 lbs 
82 89 ,700 600 lbs. 90 94 50.. Good feed 
or heifers over 700 lbs. 75 82, 600 700 
lbs. 80 89; feeder cows 55 68 Good 
»*r ; 5 tock steeer calves 500 600 lbs 105 
439-'-+-—Lli; 10CL5O0 !bv !0S ! G*Od -rfude 

$43* > heifer calves 300 500 lbs 90 98 


Barons 17750 

Bearcat ?V400 
Bearcat wt 24100 

155 

650 

175 

150 

537'; 

145 

154 
i 625 
175 

-1 
*100 
♦ 30 

nonn 

(00 

MS 

MS 

M5 

* 14 

Cairns 

900 

$ 10 '. 

. 10 

10 * 

— '• 

Cal West 

2800 

49 

45 

48 

-2 

Camel 

4000 

700 

675 

687', 

♦ 75 

Cdn Aran 

5675 

150 

130 

150 

♦ 5 

C Bashaw 

15800 

600 

525 

600 

♦ 87 

Chipman 

2000 

260 

260 

260 


Cimarron 

27100 

450 

400 

435 

♦ 35 

Cinnabar 

1000 

75 

75 

75 


Clarepint? 

1500 

61 

60 

60 

-5 

Clearporl 

2900 

290 

280 

280 


Concept 

5100 

675 

675 

625 

-12 

Cultus 

28000 

60 

55 

60 

♦ 5 

Dixie 

8700 

44 

42 

44 

♦ 4 

Duke 

18850 

90 

87 

87 

-3 

Ldmntn 

200 

JOO 

JOO 

300 


Flag 

17900 

210 

190 

210 

♦ 15 

FI in Flon 

4900 

173 

165 

170 

♦ 3 

Ft Nrmn 

3700 

450 

440 

450 

♦ 10 

Gascome 

440ff 

475 

465 

475 

♦ 10 

Gulch 

2400 

295 

290 

290 


Howe Snd 

7500 

78 

70 

78 

♦ 8 

Tika 

4000 

l ?0 

120 

120 


Jupiter 

9000 

525 

500 

525 

♦ 17 

Kintla 

21000 

58 

* 51 

51 

7 

Lariat 

3400 

175 

175 

175 


LCM Rs 

70000 

280 

215 

280 

♦ 70 

LK Res 

2000 

780 

280 

280 

-10 

l obeli 

1000 

89 

85 

89 

♦ 4 

Loil 

19900 

165 

156 

165 

♦ 10 

Major 

1000 

205 

205 

205 

-10 

Mid East 

3500 

45 

41 

41 


Misst 

3000 

150 

150 

ISO 


Mt Jamie 

2800 

292 

250 

250 

-45 

Multiple 

31300 

200 

180 

195 

♦ 19 

New Domn 300 

900 

900 

900 


New 44 

500 

900 

900 

900 


N Gatewv 

200 

350 

350 

350 


New Pori 

5300 

190 

180 

180 

-10 * 

New Pori wt 3000 

95 

95 

95 


New Pass 

6600 

ISO 

115 

116 


Nimrod 

2800 

130 

130 

130 

+ s 

North Cnt 

17650 

58 

54 

54 

-4 

Normtnco 

4800 

200 

198 

198 

—2 

Northstr 

2500 

$8 

7't 

- 7'# 

— ’■ 

Omega 

7000 

725 

717 . 

i 712'; 

-12 

Orbit 

200 

675 

675 

675 


Orbit wt 

>00 

275 

275 

275 


Paramnt 

4400 

875 

850 

875 

♦ 25 

Prnstar 

18700 

135 

130 

135 

♦ 7 

Pegerine 

13700 

‘>47 

.- 500 

525 

♦ 25 

Poco 

5000 

355 

335 

350 

* 10 

Radial 

10500 

43 

43 

43 

—2 

Ranchmn 

7533 

987' 

r 975 

987'; 


Renabte 

2775 

5../' 

. 500 

517', 

- 1 ? 

Rio Alto 

5800 

B0 

330 

330 

-10 

Savanna 

2250 

105 

100 

105 

♦ 10 

Seagull 

4800 

350 

335 

345 

♦ 10 

Soarrow 

25700 

260 

239 

250 

♦ 75. 

Strand 

6200 

400 

J75 

400 

• 

Strom 

3800 

430 

400 

430 

♦ 30 

Sundance 

14500 

143 

135 

143 

♦ Ij 

Tiber 

5700 

435 

420 

430 

♦ 5 

Trov 

500 

$ 11 ' 

. 11 . 

11 '. 



TAW Rich 

1100 

637' 

,625 

637' 

Univ Ex 

23250 

330 

310 

330 

Yvanex 

3500 

450 

435 

450 

Zepher 

4900 

650 

650 

650 

Cap Cbie 

500 

$10 

10 

10 

Cavallier 

100 

475 

>175 

475 

Gold Lake 

8900 

280 

260 

2 r, 

Jagor 

500 

100 

100 

100 

Kdiicuam 

6000 

400 

395 

400 

Nrthstr wt 

■ 200 

455 

455 

455 

Nwst T prA 100 

136 

36 

36 

Petromns 

2500 

57 

55 

55 

QCT TV 

300 

91 

87 

8 V 

Summitl 

9000 

200 

700 

200 

Univ Oran 
Windlmr 

180 

315 

220 

316 

220 

JI5 

220 

Sastex 

1000 

70 

70 

70 


Total volume 659.ii9 


Grain 


WINNIPEG 

iQuotatlons in tonnes I 

Open High Low Close Thurs 

Flax 

Mav 3J6.70 340 50 335,00 335.50 335 20 
Jlv .330 20 341,00 JJ 6 00 J.16,00 338 00 

Oct 346 50 346 50 340 00 340 00 345 JO 

Rapesced 

Mar 316 50 316.50 312.60 313.30 315 00 
Jun 324 00 324 00 371 20 377 30 323 00 

Sot 332.50 332.50 330 70 3JO 50 332.00 

Barley 

Mar 116 00 116 00 H4 60 114 60 116 00 

Mav 116 00 116 00 114 90 115 20 116.00 

Jlv 114 70 1)4.70 113.10 114 00 114 50 

Oats 

Mar 112 50 112 50 1)2.00 112.50 412.50 
Mav 111-10 11180 11100 11180 11110 

Jlv 109 00 109,70 109 00 109.70 109 00 

Feed wheat 

Mar 138 00 1.18 00 137.00 137.60 138 00 
136 00 136 00 135.50 136.00 136 00 
- —- 134.00 13380 


May 

Jlv 

Rye 

May 

Jlv 

Oct 


Wheat 

Mar 4.51 
Mav 
Jtl 
Corn 
Mar 
Mav 
Jul 
Oats 
Mar 


185 20 185 20 181 00 161 00 185 20 
174 00 174.00 170.50 170 50 175 10 
- - - 168 10 170 00 

CHICAGO 

(Quotations in bubtH.'!*. , . 

Open High Low Close Ch’qe 


4 48'. 


4 54 4 46 

4.59** 4 53’; 

4.61 . 4 64'. 4 58 4.60’. 

2.7?' ; 2.73'* 270'* 2.70'. 
2 85 * 2 86 * 2.83'* 7 83- * 
2V4' . 2.95'* 2 9?’. ? 9? * 


1.44'. I 46 * I 44'* 1 4-1 
Mav 154' . 1.55'; 1.54 154 

Jul 1 63** I 65 163 1 63 

Soybeans 

Mar 6 63 6 67'6 59 t 60 

Mav 6.85 6 69'.-6 81 6 82 * 

Jul 7 0S . 7 09'. 7 0? 7.0? * 

Soybean oil 

Mar 23-85 23 48 ?j.bl 

M. 1 V .'4 78 24.00 ?4 00 

JUl 24 70 24 38 24.4? 

Soybean meal 

Mar 187 SO 184 10 184.40 

Mav 191 SO 188 SO 188.90 

Jul 196 50 IV4.00 194 10 


-I 90 
I 60 


(air Jon SN. I iilc 

Mi'slcnusl I unsmivsion ( ompaiiy 
I imili'J anmmino ihe jppnmi 

iiii'ul ul (.or.lull W. | ade \uv 
Kri'siJent. Seiri'iars ami (u-iu'ral 
( uunwt ul iIn- lumpanv. I'tfi'i (in- 
.laiiuary I. I'iMI. 5lr. lade was 
pnviuusl> \uv I'ri'sidi'iil. Si. 
iv lars and (n-iu-ral (uuilM’l ul 
I'.u iin IViruli'imiN I id. mC algars 
Ills luial I'Npi'rii'ine m the gas ml 
industry I’luumpasH-s 25 years. 
Mr. I ade is a native ul \ anumver 
and re. eived Ins I I .){. m I ')> I 
from (Ik- l Diversity of British 
(ulumhia. 


APPOINTMENT 



ROBERT S. WHYTE 

Great National Land & Invest¬ 
ment CorjJ Ltd announces the 
appointment ot Robert S Whyte 
of Vancouver to the company s 
board of directors 
Mr Whyte is President of Toh- 
Can Limited, Vancouver and 
was previously a senior Vice- 
President with the Royal trust 
Company. Montreal and Van¬ 
couver Fie is also Chairman, 
Wills 6 Bequests Committee. 
University ot British Columbia 
and President. B <. 6 Yukon 
Division. The Canadian Red 
Cross Society 

Great National Land 8 Invest¬ 
ment Corp Ltd. is a Nanaimo 
based, public company listed on 
the Vancouver Stock Exchange 
The Company activities include 
Real Estate brokerage, land de¬ 
velopment. construction and 
■ lumber sales 


AllilAIIII£FklFIIT 



William H. Ramsay 

Great National Land 6 Invesime 
Corp, Lid announces the hi 
pointment ot William H Ramsay 
the company s board ol director 
Mr Ramsay recently retired , 
Assistant Gener.il M 4 in,Ty«r . 
Credit Foncier lor British Colur 
bia and retains his position as 
Director ol Credit Foncier ai 
Credit Foncier Trust Company 
Great National Land & Inveslmm 
Corp Ltd is a Nanaimo base- 
Public company listed on the Va> 
couver Stock Exchange Th 
Company activities include Re, 
Estate brokerage, land develoj 
ment. construction and lumbi 
sales 


REGISTERED RETIREMENT 
SAVINGS PLANS 

TAX SAVINGS AND RETIREMENT 
INCOME IN ONE PACKAGE 
Four plans to choose from: 

1 . Flexible Retirement Savings Plan 

• Interest calculated on the daily balance 

• No lock-in 

2. Fixed Term Retirement Savings Plan 

• Term — one to five years 
9 No fees 

3. Sett-Administered Retirement Savings Plan 

9 Mixed investments available 
9 All government returns and statements 
prepared for you 

4. Dominion Compound Fund — R.R.S.P. 

9 Equity based 

9 1979 growth 24.7% 

Branches in British Columbia located in 
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SPORTS 

Page 8/Saturday, January 26, 1980 


Clark’s ‘working group’ puzzles Canadian Olympic officials 


MONTREAL (CP) - Dick Pound, president of the Ca¬ 
nadian Olympic Association, said Friday his organization 
is not aware of any working group established by Prime 
Minister Joe Clark with the Quebec and Montreal gov¬ 
ernments to consider preparations for a possible Mon¬ 
treal Olympics. 

Representatives of the city and the Olympic installa¬ 
tions board, which operates the main Olympic stadium, 
velodrome and swimming pools, also said they were 
unaware of any group. 

Clark said at a news conference in Ottawa his gov¬ 
ernment is prepared to seriously consider a boycott of 
the Moscow Olympics, and could take steps to prevent 
Canadian athletes from participating in the Games by 
withdrawal of financial assistance. 


He said he still hopes the International Olympic Com¬ 
mittee can be convinced to remove the Games from 
Moscow if the Soviet Union does not withdraw its troops 
from Afghanistan. 

The prime minister said a working group has been es¬ 
tablished with Quebec and the City of Montreal to see 
what sites from the 1976 Summer Games here would 
be available if the Olympics were moved to Canada. 

Pound said it seems “very strange" that such a group 
could be formed without the Olympic association being 
advised or consulted on the matter. 

It has been suggested in some circles that Canadian 
athletes could attend and take part in the Games in 
Moscow, but carry out a symbolic boycott. This could 
take the form of boycotting the opening, closing and 


medal ceremonies. This, however, would be contrary 
to Olympic rules and protocol. Pound said. 

Technically, Montreal would have to apply to the Canadian 
Olympic Association for the right to stage the Games, and 
the association in turn appeal to the International Olympic 
Committee. 

Gerry Snyder, vice-president of revenue for the 1976 
Games and Mayor Jean Drapeau's top sports adviser, 
said it was possible the prime minster had spoken to 
the mayor, "but if any group has been formed, I'm not 
aware of it." 

Monique Houde, chief of communications for the in¬ 
stallations board, said: "There have been only rumors of 
such a committee, but the board has heard nothing definite 
about it." 


Premier Rene Levesque has said the provincial gov¬ 
ernment wants nothing to do with the movement to take 
the Games away from Moscow. However, if a decision 
is made to move the Games to Montreal, the premier 
acknowledged Thursday, the province will have to be in 
solved in their organization. 

Officials have been unwilling to speculate on how much 
it might cost to hold the Olympics here again, but un¬ 
official estimates begin around half-a-billion dollars. It is 
widely believed the provincial government would demand 
that Ottawa foot the bill. 

The city and province are still paying off the debt from 
the 1976 Games, which cost $ 1.2 billion. That price in¬ 
cluded the cost of building the facilities now in place. 


Support of Carter 
spreading in west 


Reuter 

Sentiment appeared to be 
growing Friday among 
Western governments, in¬ 
cluding Canada, to support 
President Carter’s call for a 
boycott of the Moscow 
Olympics in retaliation for 
the Soviet military interven¬ 
tion in Afghanistan. 

Moscow has remained 
largely silent on the issue. 
«iit tiicTr SoSi situilg indi¬ 
cation Friday that the coun¬ 
tries of black Africa will not 
heed the boycott call. 

Abraham Ordia of Nige¬ 
ria, re elected president of 
the 49-member Supreme 
Council for Sport in Africa, 
was quoted as saying: "Afri¬ 
ca will be there in full force. 
We will not boycott the 
Games." 

He accused Western coun 
tries of mixing sports and 
politics, referring to the 
same accusation levelled at 
Africa for its boycott of the 
1976 Montreal Games. Most 
African countries pulled out 
of the 1976 games because of 
participation by New Zea¬ 
land. which had sporting 
contacts with racially-segre 
gated South Africa. 

Meanwhile, Prime Minis¬ 
ter Clark, who originally 
said he did not favor a boy¬ 
cott, indicated at a news con¬ 
ference Friday that Ot¬ 


tawa's stand on the issue 
was hardening. 

Although Clark said he 
would not go as far as cancel¬ 
ling passports, he said he 
might withdraw financial 
aid to athletes. 

Also on Friday, the Neth¬ 
erlands government asked 
that country's National 
Olympic Committee not to 
send a team to the Games. 

NGC Chairman Jacobus 
Idenburg said the committee 
would take the cabinet's ad¬ 
vice into consideration. 
However, as with many 
Olympic committee’s in the 
West, including the U.S. 
Olympic Committee, the 
NOC indicated little enthusi¬ 
asm for the move. 

“JVe asked the govern¬ 
ment why sport should be 
used as a spearhead and we 
expressed our doubts about 
the effect which such a great 
sacrifice by sportsmen 
would have,” Idenburg 
said. 

He said the committee’s 
decision would be influenced 
"By the decision of the U.S. 
Olympic Committee. U.S. 
Olympic officials, also luke¬ 
warm to the idea, were ex¬ 
pected to discuss the issue at 
a meeting this weekend. 

Besides the governments 
of the U.S., Canada and the 
Netherlands, officials in 


Today's menu 

CURLING 

10 a m, and 8 p m. — Continuation of Pacific Coast men's senior 
championships, Esquimalt Curling Club. 

RUGBY 

10 a m. — Island Union, first division: James Bay Athlelic 
Association vs. Castaways, Carnarvon Park. 

12.30 p.m. — First-division exhibitions: Oak Bay Wanderers vs. 
University of B.C. Thunderbirtfs, Windsor Park; Richmond vs. 
Cowichan, Duncan. 

1 p.m. — Island Union, second division: Velox vs. JBAA, Macdon 
aid Park, Castaways vs. Norsemen, UVic; Agrarians vs. Oak Bay, 
Windsor Park. 

2:30 p.m. Island Union, second division: Cowichan vs. Royal 
Roads, Royal Roads; Nanaimo vs. Vampires, Belmont High. 

BASKETBALL 

10 a m. — Continuation of Oakleaf senior boys' tournament, Oak 
Bay High. 

6:30 p.m. — Canada West university Athletic Association, 
women's league: University of Victoria Vikettes vs. Saskatchewan 
Huskiettes, McKinnon Gym. 

8:30 p.m. — Canada West University Athletic Association, men's 
league: University of Victoria Vikings vs. Saskatchewan Huskies, 
McKinnon Gym. 

SOCCER 

2: IS p.m. — Island League, first division Gorge vs. Cosmo 
Royals, Royal Athletic Park 

HOCKEY 

8 p.m. — South Island Junior ’B' League: Esquimau Legion vs. 
Lake Cowichan Bairds, Lake Cowichan Arena. 

8 30 p.m. — Western League: Victoria Cougars vs. Portland 
Winter Hawks, Memorial Arena. 


Britain, China, Australia 
and New Zealand have also 
indicated they support the 
U.S. position. 

In Bonn, Foreign Minister 
Hans-Dietrich Genscher told 
Soviet Ambassador Vladi¬ 
mir Semyonov on Friday 
that West Germany expects 
Moscow to “create pre-con¬ 
ditions for all states to take 
part in the Olympic 
Galucs."' —” 

Saudi Arabia and Oman 
have already said they will 
not send teams to the Games 
and other Islamic countries 
meet today in Islamabad. 
Pakistan, to discuss the So¬ 
viet intervention in Moslem 
Afghanistan. That meeting 
may also add to the list of 
boycott countries. 

The Soviet Union has 
largely ignored Washing¬ 
ton’s boycott appeal, hoping 
the move will get bogged 
down in opposition f rom ath¬ 
letes and sports organiza¬ 
tions. 

There was no official com¬ 
ment on Thursday night’s 
overwhelming vote in the 
U.S. House of Representa¬ 
tives in favor of boycotting 
the Games or having them 
moved to another site. 

In earlier references to the 
world wide debate, the offi¬ 
cial Soviet media has por¬ 
trayed the U.S.-led move as 
“a Washington intrigue" and 
given prominence to opposi¬ 
tion to it around the world 
from sportsmen and sport¬ 
ing organizations. 

Diplomats in Moscow said 
the official silence on how 
the Kremlin should react to 
save its multi-million-dollar 
investment in the Games 
showed that no official line 
has yet been chosen and offi¬ 
cials preferred to play a 
waiting game. 

Although both Canada and 
Britain have offered to stage 
some of the events in Mon¬ 
treal and London, the Mos¬ 
cow organizers — with five 
years of preparation behind 
them — believe this would be 
impossible. 

They are supported by-the 
International Olympic Com¬ 
mittee, whose rules forbid 
cancelling, postponing or 
moving the Games to an¬ 
other site. 

Additional sport 
Pages 10, 11, 12 


Hoop visitors battered 


By TOM KEYSER 

By generous count, 800 
basketball devotees trooped 
through an uncluttered door¬ 
way Friday night to watch 
the best team in the Canada 
West men’s conference play 
the worst. 

By halftime, most of the 
diehards had fled. 

University of Victoria Vik¬ 
ings' 105-60 pasting of Sas¬ 
katchewan Huskies will go 
into the books as your typical 
hard-fought triumph. In re¬ 
ality. it was just a late prac 
lice session for Vikings, now 
9-0 in conference and 22-5 
overall. 

With six-foot-nine Reni 
Dolcetti still bench-ridden 
and wobbly-kneed guard 
Craig Higgins also in street 
clothes — presumably to 
avoid unnecessary aggrava¬ 
tion to the injury — Vikings 
skipped their way past the 
dumfounded Huskies, still 
w inless at 0-9. 

Kelly Dukeshire started in 
place of Dolcetti. who has 
missed the last four UVic 
games for an unspecified 
reason. Dukeshire, who 
scored 20 points, and the 
rest of the starting five ran 


up a 20-2 score before the 
Huskies could blink. 

Soon, though. Viking coach 
Ken Shields tired of the car¬ 
nage and sent in subs. 

Names like Greg Kazan- 
owski, Bruce Hamilton and 
Tom Narbeshuber — bench 
men all — finished up the 
half, as Saskatchewan bat¬ 
tled back to a semi-respect¬ 
able 50-31 deficit. 

Most of the Viking subs are 
good enough to start for 
other teams in the west. Bui 
they drooped to the Huskies' 
level, making for mediocrity 
and yawns all around. 

Each tedm supplied plenty 
of turnovers, with Huskies 
outdoing Vikings 28-27. Still, 
UVic shot well from the 
floor, at 52 per cent. Huskies 
were abysmal, with 31 per 
cent and 56 from the line. 

In a sadistic mood, Shields 
reassembled the starters for 
the second half and they blis¬ 
tered downcourt for 20 un¬ 
answered points before the 
Huskies could muster their 
first two. 

Narbeshuber poured in 17 
points and Ted Anderson had 
16 points for UVic. Gary 
Beckic, the Huskies’ leading 
sqprer, responded with 20. 



Gutoski posts pair 
of playdown wins 


PORT ALBERNI SKIP Clarence McLean and third 
Carl Gislason stand in background as Jim Mossop, 
third for the John French rink of North Vancouver 
during Friday Pacific Coast senior playdowns at the 
Esquimalt Curling Club. French won the opening- 
round game 10-8. ah, una photo 


By STAN COOPER 

Tony Gutoski is off to a 
fine start in his quest for a 
first-ever Pacific Coast 
Curling Association seniors 
championship. 

The Victoria Curling Club 
veteran posted two victories 
Friday in the opening rounds 
of the 1980 PCCA champion¬ 
ship at Esquimalt Curling 
Club, coming from behind to 
aeleat Howie Christopber- 
son of Nanaimo 7-6 in an 
extra end. then leading all 
the way in an 8-4 decision 
over John French of North 
Vancouver. 

The Gutoski foursome, 
which includes Wilf Clarke, 
Howard Poole and Herman 
Sulkers, will meet 1978 
PCCA semniors champ Des 
Deroche of Vancouver Mar- 
pole this morning at 10 in the 
“A” final of the eight-rink, 
double-knockout event 
which concludes Sunday. 

Deroche qualified by edg¬ 
ing Sid Sears of Port Moody 
9-8 on the afternoon draw 
and scoring a 7-4 victory 
over Dale Longmuir of 
Haney in the evening. 

Two other Island rinks re¬ 
main alive, Glen Harper of 
Duncan eliminating Sears 9- 
5 and Clarence McLean of 
Port Albemi topping Chris- 
topherson 10-7. 

Harper meets McLean and 
Longmuir plays French 
today at 10 a.m. in “B" quar¬ 
ter-finals. 

The "A" and "B" winners 
meet at 10 a.m. Sunday with 
a deciding game, if neces¬ 
sary at 3 p.m. 

The new champion meets 
defending provincial cham¬ 
pion Jake Block of Smithers 



(he won the PCCA while 
curling out of Abbotsford in 
1979) in the B.C. final, a 
best-of-three scries at Es¬ 
quimau Curling Club start¬ 
ing at 6;30 p.m. Monday. 
Tuesday games are set for 2 
p.m. and, if necessary, 7 
p.m. with the winner moving 
on to the national final 
March 9-14 in St. John, N.B. 

But all Friday news wasn't 
made on the ice. 

It’s possible that this will 
be the last PCCA playdown 
under the present format as 
curlers will be asked via a 

AAA 

In the Island men’s play- 
downs at Campbell River on 
Friday, Tim Horrigan of 
VCC led a south Island sweep 
on the first draw, rallying 
for a 6-5 win over Bert 
Wright of Duncan in an extra 
end. Down 4-2 after six ends, 
Horrigan scored once in the 
the seventh end and stole two 
in the ninth to grab a 5-4 lead 
after the eighth was 
blanked. 

In other games. Jim Gal- 
laugher of Playland nipped 
Neil McDermid of the host 
club 9-8, Brad Clarke of VCC 
edged Al Browett of Powell 
River 6-5 and Al Frame of 
Victoria Racquet Club eased 
to a 9-5 win over Gary Wright 
of Duncan. 

Play continues today al 10 
a.m., 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. with 
the "A" winner decided on 
the 2 p.m. draw. 


Three Bruins suspended , 
others fined for fan fight 


Ranked third in Canada, 
Vikings will do itcagain to¬ 
night at McKinnon. 

So will UVic Vikettes, 
No. 1 in the country and now 
unbeaten in 25 starts. 

Kathy Shields’ Vikettes 
bombed Saskatchewan Hus¬ 
kiettes 68-47, in another Can¬ 
ada West contest which saw 
liberal substitutions. 

Luanne Hebb scored 23 
points, hitting nine for 16 
shots and five of five from 
the line, taking away the 
limelight from conference- 
leader Carol Turney-Loos. 
She had to settle for 20 
points. 

Shelly Ready had 17 points 
for Huskiettes. who trailed 
44-22 at the half. 

VIKINGS (lOSI-Cres Kazanowskl 
4, Eli Pasquale 8, Chris Hebb 13, Ted 
Anderson 16, Gerald Kazanowski 4, 
Billv Loos II, Tom Narbeshuber 17, 
Bruce Hamilton 12. Kellv Dukeshire 
20 

HUSKIES (Ml - Ray Giovannattl 
2, Rob Morris 10, Brian Guran S, Mike 
McKtbben 1, Gary Beckie 20, Wayne 
Bishoc 9, Brad Wall 4, Michael Shoo- 
bert 9, 

VIKETTES Ift) - Luanne Hebb 23, 
Carol T urney-Loos20, T racy McAra 8, 
Sue Smith 6, Cindy Smith 4, Janine 
Prince 3, Jane Boe 2, Sandy Lewis 2? 

HUSKIETTES (47) - Shelly Ready . 
17. Sheila Brennan 14, Sharon 
Kleckner 6. Sheryl Kleckner 5, Sandy 
Menelv 3, Nancy Popoft 2. 


Boston Bruins hopes of 
catching Buffalo Sabres 
were handed a severe set¬ 
back Friday. 

Three of their top players 
were given suspensions. 
Terry O’Reilly was slapped 
with an eight-game suspen¬ 
sion and Peter MeNab and 
Miktfc.Milbucy were given six 
game suspensions by the Na¬ 
tional Hockey League for 
brawling with Madison 
Square Garden spectators 
during a game last month 
with New York Rangers. 

O’Reilly had scored the 
winning goal Thursday as 
the Bruins closed to within 
two points of the Sabres, 
leaders of the Adams Divi¬ 
sion. 

The Bruins and most other 
NHL teams were idle Fri 
day. In the only games 
played Chicago Black 
Hawks played the Flames to 
AAA 
Norris Division 

G W L T F A P 
Montreal 48 75 17 6 185 154 56 

Los Angeles 46 71 17 8 194 178 50 

Pittsburgh 47 18 18 11 159 168 47 

Detroit 45 17 71 7 153 1 51 41 

Hartford 44 13 71 10 149 165 36 

Adams Division 

Buffalo 48 79 13 6 180 133 64 

Boston 46 28 12 6 178 128 62 

Minnesota 44 n 14 8 T83 138 57 

Quebec 46 19 21 6 143 157 44 

Toronto 46 19 23 4 170 187 42 

Patrick Division 

Philadelphia 47 32 3 12 200 140 76 

NY Rangers 50 23 19 8 192 179 54 

NY islanders 45 22 17 6 162 145 50 

Atlanta 47 19 21 7 158 164 45 

Washington 46 12 27 7 144 179 31 

Smythe Division 

Chicago 49 18 18 13 134 150 49 

St. Louis 47 19 21 7 145 154 45 

Vancouver 48 15 75 8 151 169 38 

Edmonton 46 13 23 10 158 197 36 

Colorado 47 14 28 5 150 181 33 

Winnipeg 50 13 32 5 129 200 31 

Today's games 
Quebec at Washington 
Los Angeles at Minnesota 
Hartford at NY Islanders *» 

Atlanta at Detroit 
Buffalo at Montreal 
Bostpn at Pittsburgh 
Colorado at St. Louis 
Toronto at Edmonton 


a 4-4 tie at Atlanta and Phila¬ 
delphia Flyers held on for a 
5-4 victory over the Jets at 
Winnipeg. 

The three Bruins will start 
serving their suspensions to¬ 
night as the Bruins are in 
Pittsburgh to play the Pen¬ 
guins. 

The penalties Were handed 
out by NHL president John 
Ziegler after meeting with 
the players in Boston earlier 
in the day. 

The action camejhree 
days after four fans, who at¬ 
tended the game, filed a $7 
million damage suit against 
nine Bruins players, the Bos¬ 
ton club. New York Rangers, 
Madison Square Garden, the 
NHL and the city of New 
York. 

In addition to suspending 
O'Reilly, McNab and Mil- 
bury without pay and fining 
them $500 apiece — the max: 
imum permitted under NHL 
bylaws—Ziegler w amed the 
rest of the league that a 
repeal of any such action 
could result in a lifetime sus¬ 
pension. 

“From this point forward, 
each and every player and 
all ciub personnel arc on no¬ 
tice that any such future in¬ 
volvement may result in 
revocation of their privilege 
to be employed in the Na¬ 
tional Hockey League,” 
Ziegler said in his written 
decision. 

Four other Bruins — Craig 
MacTavish, John Wensink, 
Gilles Gilbert and Al Seeord 
— were fined $500 but not 
suspended while every other 
Boston player in uniform for 
the Dec. 23 game, except 
goalie Gerry Cheevers, was 
fined $200. Cheevers left the 
ice at the final buzzer and 


was in the dressing room 
when the altercation spread 
into the stands. 

The $200 fines were as¬ 
sessed against Dick Red¬ 
mond, Ray Bourque, Rick 
Smith, Gary Doak, Brad 
McCrimmon, Bob Miller, 
Rick Middleton, Stan Jon¬ 
athan, Bobby Lalonde, 
Dw ight Foster and Tom Son- 
gin. 

Ziegler’s written decision 
also carried a warning that 
fans were liable to legal ac¬ 
tion if they antagonize play¬ 
ers. 

“We will not tolerate the 
abuse of our players or offi¬ 
cials or other personnel," he 
said. "Anyone who chooses 
to conduct himself in a disor¬ 
derly fashion can expect that 
our clubs and the league will 
utilize all legal remedies to 
deter and remedy such 
abuse." 

In disclosing the penalties. 
Ziegler said: 

"Although they (the 
Bruins) believed their ac¬ 
tions were necessary to repel 
and restrain attacks upon 
them and to defend fellow 
team members, such a be¬ 
lief. no matter how reason¬ 
able, is not justified or an 
excuse for violations of the 
principles that no league or 
club employee, official or 
player is to engage in con¬ 
frontations with spectators 
or to enter into spectator 
areas." 

At Atlanta, Willi Plett 
fired home a backhand shot 
w ith 19 seconds remaining to 
give the Flames the tie. 

y~ At Winnipeg, a crowd of 
15,122 watched as the Jets 
third-period rally fell just 
short. 


CHICAGO 9, ATLANTA 4 
First Period 

1 Chicago, Higgins 8 (Paterson, 
Sedlbauer) 6:56. 

2. Atlanta, Boldirev 15 9:54 

3. Chicago, Murray 8 (Fox, Rus- 
kowski) 13:25 

4. Chicago, Preston 14 (Lvsiak. Wil¬ 
son) 16:38 

Penalty — Hutchison Chi 14:59. 

Second Period 

5 Atlanta, Choumard 17 (Nilsson, 
Reinhart) 9:46 

Penalties — Atlanta bench (served 
by Chouinard) 2:37. Wilson Chi 9:13, 
Ruskowski Chi, Plett Atl 12:17, 
Brown, Chi, Houston Atl 13:35, Hous¬ 
ton Atl 16:05. 

Third Period 

6 Atlanta, Murdoch 4 (Unger, 
Pronovost) 4:45 

7. Chicago. Ruskowski 11 (Preston) 
10:08 

8. Atlanta. Plett 8 (Boldirev. Rus¬ 
sell) 19:41 

Penalties — Hutchison Chi minor, 
major. Rota Atl major, Houston Atl 
game misconduct 9:48, Butlev Chi 
20 : 00 . 

Shots on goal by 

Chicago 23 9 5-37 

Atlanta 9 10 20—39 

Goal — Esposito, Chicago, Bou 

chard, Atlanta. 

Attendance — 11,924. 


questionnaire about institut¬ 
ing a system similar to the 
men’s playdowns for the last 
few years. 

That brings two rinks f rom 
each of the throe zones plus 
two rinks from the annual 
Totem Bonspiel to the PCCA 
final. 

The present seniors sys¬ 
tem has four rinks from the 
host zo ne plus two each from 
the otfu ! r.two zones. 

Association president Kdd 
Moyes of victoria said if 
enough seniors are in favor, 
the Tankard system could be 
in use by 1981. 

Seniors rinks were admit 
ted for the first time in a 
separate division of the 
Totem last year but only 
22 showed up. But PCCA sec¬ 
retary-treasurer Jim Young 
of Vancouver said if there 
were two PCCA berths avail¬ 
able the entry would undoub¬ 
tedly increase. 

“There would have to be a 
lot more rinks entered in the 
Totem to justify having two 
PCCA final berths.” Young 
said. "It’s up to the curlers 
and so far. we’ve received 
positive reaction to the pro 
posal.” 


First draw 

Harper (D) — 011 020 001 0 - 

Longmuir (H) - 200 301 010 1 - 

Deroche tV) — 203 001 003 0- 
Sears(PM) —010 120 120 1 - 

Gutoski (Vi) —002 010 101 11 
Christphrsn — 110 101 020 00 

McLean (PA) — 220 002 020 0 - 
French (NV) - 001 030 302 1 

Second draw 

French- 010 201 000 x - 

Gutoski 401 010 110 x 

Longmuir 010 101 010 x - 

Deroche 101 020 003 x - 


Harper 

Sears 


030 301 101 x- 
100 010 030 x- 


McLean 020 302 030 x - 

Christphrsn 102010 102 x- 


Thornton hot 
for Legion 

Doug Thornton’s aero 
batics In goal kept Esqui¬ 
malt Legion close and Mike 
Smith's goal at 12:15 of the 
third period ensured victory 
Friday night. 

Thornton kicked aside 51 
shots at Esquimalt Sportw*'' 
Centre as last-place Legion 
won its second successive 
South Island Junior ’B’ 
Hockey League game, 3-2 
over Juan de Fuca Gulls. 

Tim Turnbull and Rhys 
Wickes had the remaining 
Legion goal while Riek Milli¬ 
gan and Dan Houston replied 
for Juan de Fuca. 

Gulls’ netminder Scott 
Bumphrey handled 25 shots. 

p w L T F A Pts 
Saanich 29 28 I 0 302 83 56 

Fuller Lake 30 21 9 0 283 136 42 

Oak Bay 30 17 12 I 193 182 35 

J. de Tuca 31 12 18 I 168 217 25 

L. Cowichan 29 5 23 I 143 262 II 

Esquimau 31 S 25 I 107 307 10 


PHILADELPHIA 5. WINNIPEG 4 
First Period 

1. Philadelphia. MacLeish 25 (Wil 
son) 1:19 

2 Winnipeg, Marsh 13 (unassisted) 
1:56 

3. Phlldelphia, Hill 11 (Watson, 
Gorence) 19:33 

Penalties— Campbell Wpg 3:28, 
Wilson Pha 5:37, Barber Pha 7:16, 
Dupont Pha 11.39 

Second Period 

4. Philadelphia, Wilson MClarke) 
tt^l 

5. Philadelphia, Kellv8 (MacLeish) 
13:52 

6. Winnipeg, Lukowich 22 (Wilson, 
Hamel) 16:01 

Penalties— Philadelphia bench 
(served by Gorence) 1:38, Sullivan 
Wpg 9:32, Kellv Pha,'Campbell Wpg 
maiors, Dupont Pha, Corv Wpg 
14:12. 

Third Period 

7. Philadelphia, Linseman 12 (Mcll- 
hargv, Ververgaert) 2:44 

8. Winnipeg, Lindstrom 17 (Mar- 
kell, Bethel) 7:50 

9. Winnipeg, Orouin 7 (Graves. 
Bethel) 16:01 

Penalties— Norwich Wpg 5:10, Dai¬ 
ley Pha 5:51, Kelly Pha 12:30 

Shots on Goal by: 

Philadelphia 10 9 9—28 

Winnipeg 12 6 12—30 

Goal— Peelers Philadelp'hia, 
Hamel Winnipeg 

Attendance— 15,122 


Lethbridge 
coach fined 

CALGARY (CP) — 
Coach Mike Sauter of 
Lethbridge Broncos has 
been fined $500 for pull¬ 
ing his team off the ice in 
Calgary Jan. 18. Dave 
Descent, president of the 
Western Hockey League, 
said Friday. 

Descent said the 
league will not tolerate 
teams leaving the play¬ 
ing surface during games 
for any reason. 

Sauter pulled his team 
nff the ice in the third 
period because he was 
unhappy with the offi¬ 
ciating. 

The team returned to 
finish the game minus 
their coach who was 
ejected for the stunt. 


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‘SPORTS 


THE COLONIST, Sat., January 26, 1980 


City bowlers enter ‘hail’ tonight 


Shupe to juggle lines 
for game here tonight 


By REG REYNOLDS 

It won't come as a sur¬ 
prise to Victoria bowlers 
but they're making room 
■'in the B.C. Bowling Hall 
of Fame for Wilf John¬ 
ston and Vera Lysne. 

Distinguished mem¬ 
bers of the Victoria bowl- 
ing scene for many 
years, Johnston and 
Lysne are to be inducted 
into the Hall tonight dur¬ 
ing the annual bowling 
awards banquet at the 
Bayshore Inn in Vancou¬ 
ver. 

Johnston, a bowler 
since 1931 and secretary 



Wilf Johnston 


of the Victoria Senior 
Tenpin League for 47 
years, is being honored 
for meritorious service to 
the tenpin game but could 
easily have earned the 
honor for his bowling 
prowess. 

Mrs. Lysne is being 
rewarded for her fine fi- 
vepin bowling over the 
years and for her devo¬ 
tion to promotion of the 
game. 

Both Johnston and 
Lysne have been deeply 
involved with the youth 
movement in the game 
and have donated much 
time to teaching and en¬ 
couraging youngsters. 

In recent years John¬ 
ston. 67, could be seen in a 
familiarpo.se instructing 
school children during 
the afternoons at May- 
fair Lanes. 

He had to take some 
time off last fall when he 
fell off a, ladder and frac¬ 
tured his right knee — 
because he's a lefthander 
that’s his sliding knee — 
but as soon as he was 
able, he was back in¬ 
structing students most 
days of the week. 

Johnston was a 190- 
average bowler during 
most of the 1930s but 
most of his achievements 
weren't recognized offi¬ 
cially because Victoria 
wasn't a member of the 


American Bowling Con¬ 
gress. 

He rolled series of 720 
and 729 before the ABC 
arrived. 

Johnston was a key 
mover in getting Victoria 
into the ABC and he was 
the first British Colum¬ 
bian to win an ABC award 
when he rolled a 299 game 
in 1940. 

He played on several 
city championship teams 
and twice won the Vic¬ 
toria singles champion¬ 
ship in both the handicap 
and scratch divisions. 

Lysne, a resident of 
Victoria since 1941, first 
started bowjing in 1933 
when husband Jack was 
involved in the Korean 
conflict. 

Even though she had 
rolled a 386 game in her 
second ever game in open 
bowling she needed prod¬ 
ding from a friend to join 
a league. 

It was an RCMP 
League that bowled in the 
old Strathcona Lanes 
<<now the Old Forge Caba¬ 
ret). 

Lysne used to bowl as 
often four times a week 
and at her peak sported 
an average of 249. She 
now plays three times a 
week at Town and Coun¬ 
try Lanes and although 
arthritis has caused her 
average to drop she still 


has the touch as she 
proved last Wednesday. 

That was the day Lysne 
learned she was being in¬ 
ducted into the Hall. She 
promptly went out and 
rolled 410, 327 and 260 for 
her best series ever of 997 
and she added a 266 for 
her best classic series of 
1263. 

Lysne has belonged to 
the Friday Sons Of Nor¬ 
way League since 1959 
and she also bowl* in the 
Wednesday Night Majors 
and the Monday Mixed 
Classic. 

A life member of the 
Victoria Fivepin Asso¬ 
ciation she is a certified 
"A” instructor, has been 
a director of the B.C. 
Bowlers Association 
since 1959 and is a direc¬ 
tor of both the Master 
Bowlers Association of 
B.C. and the Bowling 
Federation of B.C. 

Mrs. Lysne won the 
Victoria women’s fivepin 
title in its inaugural year 
1970, and won again in 
1976 and she won the 
B.C. singles title in 1969 
and 1972. She went to the 
national championships 
both times and finished 
second in 1969 and fourth 
in 1972. 

She was presented with 
the “Outstanding 
Achievement” awards 
by the Bowlers Associa¬ 


tion of B.C. in 1969, 1971, 
1972, 1974 and 1977. 

A total of 10 bowlers 
are to be inducted to¬ 
night bringing the total in 
the Hall to 53. The other 
inductees are tenpinners 
Jack Major of North Van¬ 
couver, Who once bowled 
on the PBA tour, Wayne 
Sargent of Burnaby, 
Woody White of Kam¬ 
loops, Gabe Schulli of 
Surrey, Herb Stewart of 
Maple Ridge. Pat Har- 
twig of Williams Lake, 
Doris Lawson of Vancou¬ 
ver and Gladys Hearnden 
of Burnaby. 



Vera Lysne 


By STAN COOPER 

This isn’t the time for 
panic and Victoria Cougar 
coach Jack Shupe agrees, 
but he definitely feels a 
shakeup is in order. 

With his club in the midst 
of a key series against West¬ 
ern Hockey League rival 
Portland Winter Hawks, 
Shupe is adjusting three of 
his fQur forward lines, start¬ 
ing tonight when the teams 
meet at Memorial Arena. 
Game time is 8:30 p.m. 

"We’re not getting goals 
from our regulars,” Shupe 
said Friday, “and our power 
play has been terrible. So 
we’ll sec what a few changes 
can do." 

Shupe is moving rookie 
Grant Rezansoff, an 18- 
year-old centre from Van¬ 
couver, between holdover 
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Portland 44 32 13 1 241 190 65 
Seattle 43 19 24 1 186 231 39 

New west 44 4 39 I 143 252 9 
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Saskatoon 45 18 24 3 207 223 39 
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Today's games 
Portland at Victoria 
Lethbridge at Brandon 
Seattle at Medicine Hat 


wingers Brad Palmer and 
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recent games. 

And rookie Randy Zinn 
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with high-scoring Barry Pe¬ 
derson and Greg Adams, re¬ 
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Cougars have two wins and 
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centre on an all-rookie unit 
of Dan Deschenes and 
McCarthy, who has been 
struggling with only eight 
goals in 41 starts. 

Cougars, who lead the Win¬ 
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Western Division struggle, 
are 3-3-0 against the defend¬ 
ing Western Division cham¬ 


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Arena. 

The teams play a return 
engagement in Portland on 
Wednesday and are back 
here Feb. 2 to wrap up the 
four-game series. 

In league play Friday, Bil- 
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Westminster Bruins 8-4 and 
Regina Pats scored a 5-3 win 
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showan, Randy Gllhen. Attendance: 
1,733. 

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drive in the Indianapolis 500 
auto race, will drive a car 
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race, Hopkins said Friday. 



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The road runs outside the 
track where Haughton had 
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driving Battling Brad in the 
featured seventh race 
Thursday night. 

★ ★ ★ 

VIENNA (Reuter) — Aus 
trian ski queen Annemaric 
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world is fantastic, especially 
if you win, like me. But I 
want to stop, also for the 
sake of my husband." 

Moser-Proell said her one 
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medal and that she did not 
care about the World Cup. 

★ ★ ★ 

WINNIPEG (CP) — Win¬ 
nipeg Jets of the National 
Hockey League aren't sure 
just when 41-year-old left 
winger Bobby Hull will re¬ 


join the club. Hull, who came 
back last fall after a year 
away from hockey, has been 
nursing a sore shoulder and 
hasn't played since Dec. 12. 
Hull had been expected to be 
back with the club by the 
third week in January, bul 
the Jets haven't seen him or 
heard from him recently. 

★ ★ ★ 

LAKE PLACID, N.Y. 
(AP) — The rambling old 
hotel where top Olympic of¬ 
ficials will stay next month 
has been hit with a rash of 
small fires and false alarms 
the last two days. 

Local and stale police offi¬ 
cers — accompanied by tele¬ 
phone company and hotel se- 
curity men — moved in 
Friday to investigate the 
five fires and two false 
alarms at the Lake Placid 
Resort Hotel. 

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alarm was set off in one 
section of the building only 
minutes after a fire was set 
in another section, accord¬ 
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general manager. 

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knowledge of the hotel's 
maze of corridors could have 
acted so quickly, he said. 

The most serious fire, dis¬ 
covered by Burns at about 2 


a.m.. local time, Friday, 
ruined a bed and the walls of 
one room. 

★ ★ ★ 

MIAMI (AP) - Ron New¬ 
man, former Fort Lauder¬ 
dale Strikers coach, has ac¬ 
cepted a minion-dollar offer 
to coach a Miami franchise 
in the American Soccer 
League. Newman, fired in 
November by the North 
American Soccer League 
Strikers, said he rejected an 
offer from the NASL's San 
Jose Earthquakes before ac¬ 
cepting the $1 million, five- 
year contract offered by 
New Jersey Americans of 
the ASL. 

* * * 

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SPORTS 



-Whaler fined— 
after tantrum 

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) - Hartford Whalers 
have fined forward Nick Fotiu for his actions after 
being ordered to the bench in Thursday night's 
National Hockey League game with Montreal 
Canadiens. 

Angered at being pulled from the game when Mon¬ 
treal's Guy Lafleur was ready for a shift in the sec¬ 
ond period, Fotiu argued with Whalers coach Don 
Blackburn, slammed his hockey slick down and left 
the bench for the Whalers' dressing room 
"You don't show up the coach in a game," Black 
burn said after the game. "I'm the coach of this 
team. I'll decide who plays and when." 

At the time, Blackburn added that Fotiu was 
"unofficially suspend 
ed," but the Whalers said 
Friday there would be no 
suspension. 

The amount of the fine 
was not disclosed. 

Jack Kelley, director 
of hockey operations for 
the Whalers, met with 
Fotiu and afterward an¬ 
nounced the fine. 

"We had a long talk,” 
Kelley said. "Nick is 
sorry for last night's inci¬ 
dent and said he did not 
mean to embarrass 
either the club or coach 
Blackburn." 

Fotiu issued a state 
ment which said: "It was 
a matter of being deeply 
frustrated. It's some¬ 
thing that has been build 
ing up in me for several 
months, ever since last year's Stanley Cup play¬ 
offs 

I did not mean to hurt the team or coach Black 
burn. He's an outstanding man and a very good 
friend of mine. I respect him very much." he said 
in his statement. 

Blackburn's strategy in the contest against Mon 
treal was to have Lafleur shadowed by one of 
two wingers. Pat Boutette or Jordy Douglas 

Springfield, Mass. 

Fotiu, w ho wanted the opportunity to play against 
Lafleur in the contest also thought he should have 
received more playing time in the Stanley Cup 
playoffs last season, when he was playing with New 
York Rangers against the Canadiens. 

The Whalers claimed Fotiu from the Rangers 
in an expansion draft last June. 

Holt fined , suspended 

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Los Angeles Kings an 
nounced Friday that defenceman Randy Holt has 
been suspended for 10 National Hockey League 
games and fined $500 for his involvement in a 
stick swinging incident last week. 

It w as the second suspension of the season for the 
27-year-old Holt, who was lost earlier for two games 
because of his part in a brawl in Philadelphia 
between the Kings and the Flyers. 

The latest incident occurred last Saturday night 
during a t-2 loss by the Kings to Atlanta Flames. 

As Atlanta's Bob MacMillan tried to control the 
puck in his own end. Holt tied him up. When they 
separated, MacMillan took a mild swipe at Holt, 
hitting him with his stick. Holt responded by raking 
the blade of his stick across MacMillan's face. 

MacMillan suffered a cut around the right eye and 
Holt was hit with a five minute penalty for attempt 
to injure and a match penalty, which means an 
automatic review by NHL president John Ziegler, 
whose decision was announced by the Kings. 


Fotiu 



Stadler grabs tournament lead 
as Watson slips on late holes 


Sladier 

. second round of 68 


SAN DIEGO (AP) —Tom 
Watson surrendered a share 
of the lead with a shaky 
finish and Craig Stadler 
emerged with sole control of 
the top spot Friday in the 
second round of the $250,000 
Andy Williams-San Diego 
Open golf tournament. 

Stadler, a winner two 
weeks ago in the Bob Hope 
Desert Classic, had a second 
consecutive 68 and a 36-hole 
total of 136, eight shots under 
par. 

Watson, golf's player of 
the year for the last three 
seasons and opening his 1980 
campaign in this event, 


Basketball roundu p 

Bays earn berth 
in classic final 


Oak 6ay Bays came 
through with a solid defen¬ 
sive effort Friday and 
gained a berth in the final of 
their own Mini Oak Leaf 
Classic Basketball Tourna¬ 
ment. 

Coach Dave Morgan said 
his charges played solid de¬ 
fence and displayed poise as 
they surprised Magee of 
Vancouver 57-49 in a semi 
final match of the high 
school boys' tournament at 
Oak Bay High School. 

Magee led 21-20 at the half 
but Morgan went to a zone to 
shake up the visitors early in 
the second half and when 
they found the riddle to that 
he went back to man-to-man 
coverage. 

Bob Bell topped the Bays 
with 15 points and Jeff 
Loukes and Randy Hess 
scored 12 points each. 

Gladstone of Vancouver 
gained the other final berth 
by blitzing Vie High Totems 
72-58 while Campbell River 
thumped Spectrum 64-38 in a 
consolation game. 

Oak Bay and Gladstone 
play at 3:15 p.m. today while 
Parkland plays Spectrum at 


10 a.m.. Mount Douglas 
plays Campbell River at 
11:15 and Magee plays Vic 
High at 1:30 p.m. 

In high-school girls play. 
Parkland Panthers blasted 
Lambrick Park Lions 50-23 
at Lambrick Park and 
Claremont Spartans 
thumped the Roadrunners 
68-19 at Reynolds. 

Nancy Duncan led the ba¬ 
lanced Parkland attack with 
nine nnints while T.-tmmy 
Thomas scored 11 points for 
the Lions w ho trailed 29-8 at 
the half. 

Jeannie Webster scored 15 
points and Donna Caret 
added I t points for the Spar 
tans while Sharon Walker 
scored 13 points for Reyn¬ 
olds. 


Demons post win 

Dunsmuir Demons pound 
ed Brentwood College 75-48 
in an exhibition high school 
boys' basketball game Fri¬ 
day at Shawnigan Lake. 
Terry Kurvers topped Duns¬ 
muir with 20 points. 


played well behind Stadler 
and was in a tie for the lead 
with two holes to play. 

But Watson bogeyed the 
17th. taking three from just 
short of the green, then 
three-putted for a par five 
on the !8th. missing a four- 
foot second putt. 

That left him in a tie for 
second at 137 with Bobby 
Walzel. Ray Floyd, D.A. 
Weibring and longshot Terry 
Mauney. Watson shot a 69. 
Mauney 70. Walzel and 
Weibring 71V Floyd birdied 
five of his last six holes for a 
67. 

Dan llalldorson of Bran¬ 
don fired a 72 for a 1 11 total, 
five strokes off the pace 
w hile Dave Barr of Kelowna 
shot a 73 for 115. George 
Knudson of Toronto missed 
the cutoff j)f 115 or better 
with an 80 in the second 
round for 155. 

Stadler and Floyd played 
the easier 6.667-yard North 
course at Torrey Pines. The 
other leaders were at the 
more difficult 7.002-yard 
South Course, which will be 
i he site of the last tw o rounds 
today and Sunday. 

"All in all. it was a good 
round." Watson said "I 
made quite a few good, short 
par-saving putts. Actually 
that was the key to my 
round. 

“I had tu finish like that. I 
had a good chance to finish 
par-birdie and 1 finish 

, huu«v.n^r Thai * w i i u l u:ha i I _ 

did yesterday, tOo’YtepefflTTy 
I'll get away from those kind 
of finishes the next couple of 
days. 

"I like my position. I'm 


Spencer, Sangster champs 


Craig Stadler 
Terry Mauney 
Bobby Walzel 
Tom Watson 
D. A. Weibring 
Ray Floyd 
BiM Caltec 
Keith Fergus 
Bob Proben 
Al Geiberger 
Forrest Fezler 
J. C. Snead 
Dave Mill 
DOug Tfcwell 
Mark McCumber 
Kermit Zarlev 
Lon Hinkle 
Buddy Gardner 
Bobby Wadkms 
Dan Halldorson 
Jime Gonzales 
Andy Bean 
Leonard Thompson 
Bill Rogers 
Andy North 
Dave Barr 
George Knudson 


Spencer and Sangster re¬ 
peated Thursday as Victoria 
all school relay champions. 

Gamering 215 points in the 
junior secondary portion, 
Spencer easily outdistanced 
the second place St. Mi¬ 
chaels University 
School/Norfolk House team. 


which had 157 points, and 
third place St. Margaret’s, 
with 117. 

Among elementary 
schools. Sangster had 187 
points. 15 more than second- 
place SMU/Norfolk. 

In third place was North 
Saanich with 108. 


Promoter 

refused 

Nanaimo 

licence 

NANAIMO (CP) —Boxing 
promoter Tony Dowling of 
Vancouver has been refused 
a licence for a professional 
bout involving heavyweight 
Gord Racette by the city's 
general government com¬ 
mittee. 

Racette is the new British 
Columbia champion in his 
weight division and Dowling 
wants to match him against 
Dave Symonds of Vancouver 
in a return of the hometown 
fighter Feb. 29. 

The solicitor for his Van¬ 
couver Island city informed 
the committee earlier this 
week that council might be 
held responsible for any in¬ 
juries in such a fight, consid¬ 
ering the city doesn't have 
an athletic commission. 

“Racette is the best pro 
prospect I’ve seen in the 
last 20years.” says Dowling 
"I just don't understand 
what's going on 

"We've got full insurance 
for the fight, everything you 
need." 

Racette. a tiffin be r of 
Nanaimo Timbermen of the 
Western Lacrosse Associa¬ 
tion, has been highly-suc- 
cessful in recent months in a 
series of So You Think 
You're Tough fights around 
the province. 


Protests mar 
soling races 

PONCE. Puerto Rico 
(Reuter) — Bill Abbott of 
Sarnia. Ont.. won Friday’s 
sixth race in a seven-race 
series for the World Soling 
class yachting champion¬ 
ships, but seven protests 
marred the race and the re¬ 
sults were termed unofficial 
pending an investigation of 
the complaints. 





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lot of golf left to be 
played." 

Bill Calfee, the first-round 
leader, slipped to a 73 and 
was tied at 136 with Keith 
Fergus, who had a 71 in the 
cool, windy weather that 
produced a few scattered 
raindrops on the picturesque 
courses overlooking the Pa 
cific. 

"It was a pretty solid 
round for mo," said Stadler. 


a bearded man whose stocky 
build has won him the nick¬ 
name Walrus among his fel¬ 
low pros. 

"It could have been a 
whole lot worse and it 
couldn't have been much 
better." 

He dropped a 30-foot birdie 
putt on his first hole, then 
saved his big move for the 
end. He birdied the 14th after 
chipping to five feet, wedged 
to eight feet and made the 


birdie putt on the 16th and 
then chipped to three feel for 
the birdie-four on the final 
hole that left him in the 
lead 

Watsop had it one under 
but was scrambling al times 
before he reeled off a string 
of three consecutive birdies 
starting on the 13th. That 
gave him a piece of the lead 
but his uncertain finish 
dropped him back into a tic 
for second. 


Russians retain title 


GOTEBORG. Sweden (Reuter) — Nata¬ 
lia Linichuk and Gennadi Karponosov of 
the Soviet Union continued their domina¬ 
tion of the ice dancing world by retaining 
their European title Friday night. 

The pair, who have won the world cham¬ 
pionship the last two years, gained their 
second European title by a substantial 
margin over Krisztina Regoczy and 
Andras Sallay of Hungary. 

The Hungarian pair moved up one place 
in (he free-skating final to lake the silver 
medal from another Soviet couple. Irina 
Moiseyeva and Andrei Minenkov. world 
champions in 1975 and 1977 and European, 
titleholders in 1977 and 1978. 

Linichuk and Karponsov amassed 205.50 
points with II placements. The Hungar¬ 
ians had 199.98 and 25 placements to edge 
Moiseyeva and Minenkov, who had 200.62 
points and 25 placements. 

Defending champion Anett Poetzsch of 


on a disappointing short program in the 
women's event. Dagmar Lurz of West Ger¬ 


many beat her in the program and moved 
close to her East German rival. 

Poetzych, 19, and going for a fourth 
successive European title, nearly fell in 
the middle of her combination jump and 
the mistake gave her marks that were only 
ninth best of the day. 

Lurz, meantime, performed a near flaw 
less program. Susanna Driano of Italy took 
third place from Kriistina Wegelpus of 
Finland, but there was bitter disappoint 
ment for one of the favorites, Denise Biell 
mann of Switzerland 

Biellntan, 17. is regarded as the best 
free-skater in the event and after placing 
only 12th in the figures needed near-per¬ 
fection to approach her bronze medal posi 
lion of last year. 

But she put one hand down on a jump, 
then fell in the middle of a step sequence to 
take 15th place Friday and slipped to 13th 
over-all. 

~ Astrid Jansen of-Toronto, skainjg forhvt 
native Netherlands, stood 20lh — up one 
placing — after the short program. 


68 68-134 
61-70—131 

66 71-137 
68 66-137 
66-71-137 
7067—137 

65 73-138 

67 71-138 

71 68-136 

66 70-136 
7046—136 
7066-136 

72 68-140 

71 66-140 
70-70-140 
7446—140 
7347-140 
7146—140 

67 73-140 
66-72—141 
7246—141 
7071—141 
70 71-141 

72 66—141 
7071—141 
72 73—145 
7580-155 


Soccer scores 


LONDON (CP) — British soccer 
Friday: 

ENGLISH LEAGUE 
Division III 

Southend 3 Hull 0 

Division IV 
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The Corporation of the 
District of Saanich 

NOTICE 

HERITAGE DESIGNATION 

BY-LAW NO. 4400 


The Corporation of the District of Saanich intends to 
designate the St Luke's Anglican Church cemetery (part of 
Lot 2 and Lot 3. Section 40. Victoria District. Plan 3469) and 
the building known as St. Luke's Anglican Church situated ] 
thereon as a municipal heritage site pursuant to Section 11 
of the Heritage Conservation Act by finally adopting Heri- I 
Uge Designation By-law, 1980, No. 4400. at a meeting 
of Council to be held on MONDAY. February 4th. 1980, at | 
7:30 p.m.. in the Council Chamber of the Municipal Hall. 770 
Vernon Avenue. This by-law would repeal By-law No. 4329 
which designated the church and all property owned by the 
Anglican Synod of the Diocese of B.C on the Northwest and 
Southerwest corners of the intersection of Cedar Hill Road 
and Cedar Hill Cross Road. 

The owner and occupier of the said land may object to the 
heritage designation by delivering written notice of the 
grounds of such objection to the office of the Municipal 
Clerk not later than THURSDAY. January 31.1980, at 4:30 
p.m., or by addressing Council at the aforementioned 
meeting. 


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ARCADIA, Calif. (AP) — 
Longshot Flick Your Rick 
and favored Kankam fin¬ 
ished in a dead heat for first 
place in the $35,000 Califor¬ 
nia Mid-Winter Fair Purse 
before a crowd of 20,718 at 
Santa Anita on Friday. 

Flick Your Bick, a 21-1 
shot ridden by Sandy Hawley 
of Mississauga, Ont., and 
carrying 115 pounds, was up 
in the final strides to earn the 
tie for first place. Kankam, 
ridden by Darrel McIIargue 
and carrying 121 pounds, led 
during most of the 11-16-mile 
event. 

Friday results and entries 
for today: 

FIRST RACE — Time 1:09 M. 

Don Gabriele 

(McHrg) S13.20 $6.40 $5.20 

King Toro (Mercado) 9.00 6 00 
Marble Court (Valenzuela) 5 40 
Scratched — Danarl, El Circula, 
Reverse Trick. 

SECOND RACE - Time 1:17. 
Onette (Pincav) $7.00 $4.80 $3.60 
Miss Bold Major (Ortega) 10.20 5.40 
Fond Affection (Mena) 4.60 

Daily Double (9-1) paid $54.40. 

No scratches. 

THIRD RACE—Time 1:11 3-5. 
Roonev 

(Beckon) SI 1.40 $3.80 $4.00 

Lucky George 

(Sorenson) 2.80 2 80 

Hev Chief (Valenzuela) 11 00 

Scratched — Hither and Thither, 
Buck Harris, General Lee K., Haps 
Brat 

FOURTH RACE - Time 1:17. 

Fool Me Nvr 

(LPncvJr) $6.00 $3 60 $3.00 
Falicas Princess 

(Valenzuel) 3.80 3 00 

Green Indian (Sorenson) 4.20 

No scratches. 

FIFTH RACE —r Time 1:10. 

Trv To Leave 

(Ollvars) $51.20 $22.20 $10.40 
Blades Ladv 

(Shoemaker) 13.00 7 20 

Chicadee (Toro) 3.00 

$5 Exacta (1011) paid $1,351.50 
Scratched — Garden Setting, Vik¬ 
ing Flower, Stembok. 

SIXTH RACE -Time 1:103-5. 
Ilusao 

(Delahoussave) $17.40 $8.60 $6-20 
Dakota Brooks 

(Valenzuela) 6.80 5.00 

Green Table (Toro) 4.20 

Scratched — Brava, Her Rival, 
Maxi Mode 

SEVENTH RACE — Time 1:15 4-5. 
Im Smokln 

(Shoemaker) $4.80 $2.60 $2 80 
Forllon (Mena) 2.80 2.80 

Muaall (Delahoussave) 6 20 

Scratched — Hornero, Desert 
Hawk, Wickerr, Mike Fogarty. 

$5 Exacta (1-6) paid $32.00. 
EIGHTH RACE - Time 1:42 35. 
dh-FIck vr Bek 

(Hawley) $16.20 $12.60 $5.40 
dh Kankam 

(McHargu) 4.00 4.60 3 00 

Wishing Well (Toro) 3.40 

dh Dead Heat for First. 

No scratches 

NINTH RACE - Time 1:49 3-5. 

C P. Express 

(Pincav) $ 10.80 $5 00 $4 00 

Kaiural (Mena) 4.20 3.20 

Random Walk 

(PA Valenzuela) 5 00 

$5 Exacta (5 3) paid $104.00. 

No scratches. 

Attendance 20,748. Handle 
$3,667,503 


Entries 

FIRST RACE - $14,000 claiming, 
four year olds and up, six fuflongs. 


Carob 
Starme 
Tims Charro 
Bold West 
x Son of Midas 
Black Bullett 
x Monroe Tike 
Georges Due 
August Ice 
Nashville Bob 
Wheat 

Licensed Twin 
Reverse TrlCk 
Hank S. 

Arctic Ice 

x-Dance To The Music 


115 

116 
116 
115 
110 

115 

no 

116 
115 

115 

116 
116 
116 
115 
115 
110 


A^sslsslppi Bell 116 

x-Debvs Willing m 

x-Ladv Offshore m 

FIFTH RACE — $17,000 claiming, 
four-vear-old and up, six and one half 
furlongs. 


Mister Wilder 
Pashanat Reb 
x Bold Khal 
Red Desert 
Narrow Wav 
Grotons Ace 
Rising Echo 
Vegoewn 
Retos Invite 
New Walker 
Liquor Law 
Star Clift 
Minstrel Grev 
Jomaln 


ns 

116 

112 

117 
116 

118 
116 
116 

117 
115 

118 

115 

116 
115 


DALLAS (AP) — Ed (Too Tall) Jones, 
who left the National Football League to 
become a professional boxer, Friday de¬ 
nied reports he will return to Dallas Cow¬ 
boys after he completes two scheduled' 
fights in Jackson, Miss., and Atlantic City, 
N.J. 

Norm Hitzges, sports producer for 


KABC-TV in Los Angeles, quoted a source 
close to Jones when he broke the story 
during his weekly talk show Friday 

sure all 20 teams would like to see 
Tmrnack in uniform. I'm only concentrat¬ 
ing on one thing right now That's boxing 
and I'm enjoying it," WJDX quoted Jones 
as saying. 


SECOND RACE - 117,000 allow 
ance, three-vear-old fillies, six fur 
longs. 


Untamed Spirit 
Quick Rapport 
A Little Affection 
Crystal Goddess 
Don't Forget 
Proudest Bee 
x-Switt Moment 
Centurvs Lady 
x Mavview Lady 
Bold Daisy 
Loads of Fun 
Nonas Hope 
A. Tosca 


119 

119 

116 

116 

113 

116 

108 

119 

111 

119 

116 

116 

119 


THIRD RACE - $13,000 maidens, 
three-vear-old colts and geldings, six 
furlongs. 

Washoe Lea 118 

Blessed Partender 118 

x Pacific Morn 113 

Cinco Banditos 118 

Sensational Gv 118 

Wils Shoe 118 

Blazin Bluffer 118 

Abvss 118 

Thenon 118 

Apalachee Chief 118 

Viking 118 

FOURTH RACL - $14,000 maid 
ens, three year old fillies, one and 
one-sixteenth miles. 

Reflnish 116 

Esthete 116 

Anwars Dream 116 

Cornish Dream 116 

Shampoo # Queen 116 

Chalone ' 116 

x Suzanns Delight ill 

Shameen 116 

Polvaridra 116 

Time To Tango 116 

Bronie Time 116 

Line 6T Duty 116 

Shining Bronze 116 


The Qriginaj Knight 

KSOLUNAR TABLES 

Vj^When To FishS 
Or Hunt 


JZi. 


According to the Solunar Tables cal 
culated for this area, the best times 
for hunting and fishing for the next 2 
davs will be as follows (times shown 

are Pacific Standard Time): 

Minor Major Minor Major 
A.M. P.M. 

TODAY 

— 6:15 12:25 7:00 

TOMORROW 

12:15 7:20 1:15 7:45 

Minor periods, shorter duration, 
light type. 

Major periods, lasting l"j to 2 
hpurs, are shown in bold 


SIXTH RACE - $18,000 allowance, 
three-vear^ld colts and gelding, one 
and one-sixteenth miles. 

Moorish Star 118 

Bold Presider 120 

BicsGold 114 

Herbager Lad 116 

Shams Fool 114 

x Delawar Sands 109 

Four Points 120 

Idvll 114 

Sagacious Story 1 14 

First Albert M4 

SEVENTH RACE - $35,000 allow 
ance, four year olds and up, one and 
one eighth miles, turf. 

Bricken 115 

Authorization 115 

Advan 115 

x Smasher 110 

Peregrinator 119 

Marroqul 117 

Handsomeness 114 

Babas Fables 115 

Dragon Command 115 

EIGHTH RACE - $60,000 added, 
four year old fillies, one and one six¬ 
teenth miles. El Encino Stakes 
Mavtide 116 

Persona 114 

Terlingua 121 

Romantically 114 

Our Suiti Pie 121 

Shine High 114 

Angel Island 118 

Prize Spot 121 

It's In The Air 124 

Rock'n Royalty 116 

Glorious Song 116 


NINTH RACE - $14,000 C 
tour year olds and up, one < 
sixteenth miles. 

Emperor 
isle B Bold 
Any Size Andy 
Court Ruffian 
Fleet Advance 
x-Laniffur 
Boots Cotonero 
Dawn Battler 
Yosemite Dancer 
Pee Wee Painter 
Boyds Trjnsprt 
Rivetaoe 

x-Court Messenger 
x-Junta 
Merlin 

Good In France 


SELECTIONS 

1 Black Bullet, Tim's Charro, Star 
nie. 

2. A Little Affection, Swifl Moment, 
Quick Rapport 

3. Sensational Guy, Blessed Pre 
tender, Blazin Bluffer 

4. Cornish Dream, Anwars Dream, 
Shameen. 

5. Red Desert, Narrow Wav, Rising 
Echo 

6 Shams Fool, Idyll, Moorish 
Star. 

7. Handsomeness, Babas Fables, 
Prefrinator. 

8. Our Suiti Pie, Prize Spot, Its in 
The Air. 

9 Fleet Advance, Isle B Bold, Court 
Ruffian 

One best: Fleet Advance 


DON’T FOOL AROUND 

BUY NOW 


SONY RECEIVERS 


STRV 2 

25 WATTS 
RMS x 2 

STRV 3 

35 WATTS 
RMS X 2 

STRV 4 

55 WATTS 
RMS x 2 





STRV 4 


PRICES TOO LOW TO ADVERTISE 


SONY TURNTABLES 


PST 15 

DIRECT DRIVE 
SEMI AUTO 

PST 25 

DIRECT DRIVE 
AUTOMATIC 

PSX — 35 

QUARTZ LOCK 
DIRECT DRIVE 







See Our 1980 Cadillac Fleetwood Limousine This Fri. and Sat. 


An invitation to the many friends I have met over the past forty 
years at Cornell GM (and prior to that. Wilson Motors and Morrison 
Motors.) 

The company is throwing a Birthday Party for me and I’d like to 
take this opportunity to invite you down to the showroom for a piece 
of cake and a coffee with me. 

Through servicing your vehicles, I have met many of you 
personally over the years and I thank you for your continued 
support. 

With the co-operation of our sales department, we re having a 
Happy Birthday Sale ... a glance at some of the great values 
shown here will let you see what I mean. 

Thanks again, and I hope to see you sometime this week. 

Ray C. Briggs 


RAY BRIGGS 

Trainee 1940 


RAYMOND BRIGGS 

Service Dept Manager 1980 


1980 CITATION CA A A A 

Front wheel drive, dl|% JUIe 

2-Dr. Club Coupe | I m ^111 

Stock #2025 . . W ■■ W W 

1979 CUTLASS SALON CA A A A 

4-Dr. Sedan 

Automatic, demo BB^B^BBB 

Stock #1214.. WWW W 

1979 IMPALA C A A A A 

2-Dr. Sports Coupe dleUlJI% 

Automatic, demo 

Stock #919. WWWW 

1980 NOMAD CHEV VAN C 4 A "V A A 

125" wheel base. Olll |UI| 

automatic AM/FM Stereo. I II M ^111 

Stock #5205 ■ VI ■ W W 

1979 MONZA SPORT CA A A A 

24-2 Hatchback $ Ej BE1% 

Automatic, demo EB^I^IBB 

Stock #301 . WWWW 

1979 CHEVY VAN M A A 

125" wheelbase, automatic, ^ f /lUl% 

auxiliary seat M 

Stock #1974 . B iWW 


1979 CUTLASS CRUISER ("fAAA 

4-Dr. Station Wagon M LI LI I* 

Automatic, very well equipped. Demo. E ■ ■ 

Stock #1291 . E W W W 

1980 MONTE CARLO «A A A A 

2-Dr. Sport Coupe kUm 

Automatic, plus much more. Demo 

Stock #3603 . . W W W W 

1980 CAMAR0 

Demo, Sports Coupe, C 

Automatic, Rear VMM U1% 

Spoiler and much more. E M ”■ I I 

Stock #3017 E E WW 

1979 MALIBU CLASSIC (AAAA 

Station Wagon $ W LI LI Lfc 

Automatic, plus much more. (1 Jl 

Stock #25. WWW W 

1979 DELTA 88 CA A A A 

4-Dr. Royal Sedan ^Ll JEllffe 

Automatic, loaded. Demo ^■•L^BEE 

Stock #1414. WWW W 

1980 CAMAR0 HA AAA 

2-Dr. Sport Coupe dill 

Automatic, T-bar roof. Ill_EE^IEI 

Stock #3026 . I WI W W W 


HAPPY ANNIVERSARY RAY , FROM: 


R.ANDERSON 

T. FIORIN 

J. MASSEY 

J. ARNOLD 

R. FOX 

D. MILES 

C. BABIE 

M. GARDINER 

T. MILLS 

T. ASHBY 

J. GAUL 

1. MOWAT 

A. BERGERON 

J. GODFREY 

D. DICKELS 

R. BEUAN 

W. GOLDSWORTHY 

H. NIELSON 

R. BOURGEOIS 

L. GOOSNEY 

T. PERRY 

W. BOND 

P. GOURLAY 

D. PRINGLE 

R. BOUTHILLIER 

P. GRAVELLE 

J. RAINEY 

A. BOYER 

H. HOLLINGWORTH 

J. ROBINSON 

C. BROWN 

A. HOLLISTON 

D. SAMOGRAD 

V. BROWN 

J. HUNTER 

J. SHALKOWSKY 

D. BURBRIDGE 

R. JACOBS 

C. SHENKENFELDER 

J. CLARKE 

A. JONES 

D. SIM 

R. COATES 

B. JONES 

J. SIM 

L COLLIS 

R. JONES 

G. SMITH 

D. CORRIGALL 

R. KEOWN 

R. SMITH 

N. COX 

E. KLASSEN 

E. SOOLE 

D. CROOK 

W. KORVEMAKER 

C. STARLING 

R. DAWE 

B. LITTLE 

D. TEBB 

K. KELAINE 

G. LITTLE 

H.VANDERHOEK 

J. DITOMASSI 

R. LIVESEY 

H. WALIS 

N. DREUER 

B. LOCKHART 

E. WEBB 

F. DREW 

c ni luki 

J. McCUAIG 

N. WELCHMAN 

5. DUNN 

w. McKenzie 

D. WESLEY 

L. DUTNALL 

E. McMANUS 

H. WILSON 

R. DYE 

J. MACMURCHIE 

R. YONAN 

R. FEE 




Your Fellow Employees 



CORNELL GM 


CHEVROLET-OLDSMOBILE 
CADILLAC and CHEVY TRUCKS 


Dealer Licence D681A 


3050 DOUGLAS ST. 

ALL TRADES WELCOME 

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POWERCRAFT 

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IN OUR NEW 

IVe have finally 

MOVED TO 

OUR NEW STORE IN A SUPER LOCATION 

730 HILLSIDE, 

NEAR DOUGLAS 

We Invite You to See Both Floors of the Building 
We Built for You! 

We now have a huge boat showroom that lets you shop in comfort. We have 
doubled our display of chainsaws and added a new line of garden equipment, 
and we have more than doubled our space for parts and service. 





In addition to parking in front of our showroom on Hillside, we have much 
more parking available off Market Street, with convenient, easy access to 
chainsaw sales and all of our service, parts, and accessories. 


STIHL is the Largest Chainsaw Manufacturer in 
the World, with Nearly 50 Years' Experience. 

Until recently, their product line was exclusive¬ 
ly oriented to professional users. Where ease of 
operation, efficiency, and the lack of “down 
time’’ are reflected in dollars and cents, Stihl's 
high standard of quality and performance won 
the business of many fallers and buckers in our 
woods industry. 

Stihl has used the same technology to produce 
their line of consumer saws, which are noted for 
durability, ease of operation and general techni¬ 
cal excellence. 

Drop in and our staff will bo pleased to 
offer sizeable discounts during our sale._ 


filnk.Vlii 


Powered by 

VOLVO PEIMTA 

lor top performance 


Our Display of GLAS-PLY BOATS. 

We are very proud .to represent Glas-Ply in 
Victoria. These remarkable boats are industry 
quality leaders, and are all covered by a Lifetime 
Fibreglass Warranty, which is unusual nowa¬ 
days. 

We now have in stock inboard-outboard and 
outboard versions of the popular 1700 and 1800 
series, plus selected models of the 1900 and 
2100 series including the very popular 2100 
series cuddies. 

Glas-Ply has very kindly given us some very 
special prices to pass on to you. 

Drop in Today — 

Our Sale Ends February 15th 


I Johnson outboards I 

IN THB 1(4 NOnfi TftAOITIOM 


Our Display of JOHNSON OUTBOARD MOTORS 

We have two brand new small engines to offer 
this year: the 4.5 and the 7.5 HP Johnsons. Both 
have full gear shifts; both have exceptional 
power to weight ratios; and both reflect the 
engineering leadership, quality manufacturing, 
and the Sea-Horse tradition which has made 
Johnson the world's best-selling outboard. 

We are very proud to remain the largest 
Johnson sales outlet in British Columbia. Why 
have we had this distinction for so many years? 

Ceme in and See our Service Shop and Talk 
to Our Technicians and You'll Know! 


FACTORY REPRESENTATIVES ON HAND FRIDAY AND SATURDAY TO ANSWER ALL YOUR QUESTIONS 


British ■ ■ 

Seagull 




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Our Line of British Seagull Outboards 

We stock all models and, of course, have parts 
on hand. Many people are familiar with these fine 
engines. For those who are not, the engines are 
designed to push heavier craft. A typical applica¬ 
tion would be as an auxiliary on a day sailer, or on 
a larger power boat. 

Drop in and See Why These Engines Have 
Gained a World-Wide Reputation and an Enor¬ 
mously Faithful Following! 


SAFE, SURE TRAILERING FOR YOUR BOAT 



/ Ao/>£> / 

-t§ r — 


Our Selection of Road Runner Trailers 

We currently have 54 trailers in stock, ranging 
from 600-lb. capacity to 4500-lb. capacity. We 
also carry a full range of trailer accessories, 
maintenance items, and replacement parts. 

One of the many reasons we offer Road 
Runner trailers to our customers is that being a 
Canadian manufacturer, with a factory located in 
Vancouver, parts which we ourselves don’t carry 
are readily available. 


HOMEUTE' 


for casual use, for farm, commercial or utility 
work, and for professional use in the woods. With 
11 models to choose from, the right combination 
of light weight and power is available for any 
job. 

Some of the many features available include: 
Surprisingly light power to weight ratios, “Twin 
Trigger™” control system, Safe-T-Tip to prevent 
kickback, many power options, automatic bar 
oiling, anti-vibration handles, CD ignition, 
Softone™ dual chamber muffler systems and 
many more features. Come in and see our 

HOMEUTE FEATURE SPECIAL 

XL-12, complete with 20“ bar and chain, tHAAflO 
backing spike. Reg. $314.85, v Jwt. i"U 

SALE_ 


* 283 ' 



GIBSON POWERCRAFT 


CENTRE 

LTD. 


• Chainsaws 

• Tillers 

• Riding Mowers 


• Pumps - • 

• Generators • 

• Lawn & Garden Tractors • 


Outboards 
Aluminium Boats 
Fibreglass Boats 


• Stern Drives 

• Marine Accessories 

• Boat Trailers. 



730 HILLSIDE AVE. 382-8291 A7 


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14- THE COLONIST, Sat., January 26, 1980 


ANNOUNCEMENT 



BILL MOSHER 


Block Bros. Realty Ltd. is 
proud to announce that 
BILL MOSHER was the 
top salesman In Decem¬ 
ber for our Sidney office. 
Bill's attention to both 
buyers and sellers has 
enabled him to maintain 
this high standard. For 
service with results, call 
656-5584 658-7117 


BLOCK BROS. REALTY LTD. 


Gold slips but V.S. dollar rises 


Need apartments 
for 3 purchasers 

LAURIE COMO 479-1179 

REALSPAN PROPERTIES 388-6454 


NEW YORK (AP) — The U.S. dollar rose against all 
major currencies in late foreign exchange trading Fri¬ 
day and the price of gold, which peaked Monday at 
$875, skidded to about $634 gs speculators continued to 
cash in on bullion’s recent price surge. Gold was quoted by 
Republic National Bank late in the day at $635, down sharply 
from Thursday’s $680. 


Before trading began in New York, the dollar had 
made marginal gains against key world currencies in 
apathetic trading. European dealers reported that it was 
buoyed by President Carter's State of the Union message. 
But a growing expectation later in the day that interest 
rates might rise in the United States pushed the dollar 
upward. 


SOUTH OAK BAY 
VAULTED CEILINGS, 
LAWNS, OAKS 

Situated in a prime residential area and on a 
beautifully treed and lawned garden, a classical, 
new residence. Reception hall, formal dining 
room, drawing room, family room, full stair¬ 
case to 3 bedrooms. 2 fireplaces Detached 
double garage Full details regarding con¬ 
struction, carpeting, financing and trades: EX¬ 
CLUSIVE. $179,000. 

TED WALFORD 

Residence (24 Hrs.) 

Office Office 

598-1420 477-1841 

BLOCK BROS. REALTY LTD. 


2 ACRES WITH BARN 
TRIANGLE MTN. 



OPEN SAT. and SUN. 2-4 p.m. 

935 WALFRED RD. 

A delightful 4-4-bedroom Obathroom horn* with large living room, 
featuring cut stone fireplace, formal dining room and graat fu«-eixa kitchon 


4th bedroom finished down, A contemporary home with all modem 
convenience* extended to the cedar aided and ehaked been on cement 
foundation with etaMe end chicken run. ee w*M as other outbuMdtng* end 
v exterior lighting Almost completely fenced, 

fj W offer* privacy end view Priced to eeN at 


>134,900 MLS 


SERSPRflv nr zicaitfs 

1ESLTD./REAlTOftS Z-llV = ^IUy_7 


PROPERTIES LTD./ REALTORS 
595-3151 


384-8075, pagtr 310 



Announcement 



DON JENKINS 

Cedric Steele Realty Ltd. is 
pleased to announce the ap¬ 
pointment of Don Jenkins to 
the Commercial and Invest¬ 
ment sales staff. Don brings 
with him 4 years ot Real Estate 
appraisal background and a 
comprehensive knowledge ot 
the Commercial Real Estate 
market in the Victoria area. 
Don would be happy to hear 
from his existing clients and 
tnvitos new enquiries. Mr. Jen¬ 
kins may be reached 

at 388-6258 ... 



SOUTH OAK BAY — OPEN HOUSE 

SAT. & SUN. 1:30-4 2074 LORNE TERRACE 

65 x 140 ft. lot. Uninterrupted seaviews of Shoal Bay and the 
Straits. 20 x 21 ft. family room with wet bar and granite fireplace. 
17 x 25 ft. rec room ready for anything. Four king-sized bedrooms. 
Excellent financing. 

Phone PETER VINCENT at CASTLE PROPERTIES LTD. 


386-6164 (Eaatle 

Office properties 3Iti>. 


595-4375 

Residence 





WE’RE 

NOW 

OPEN 

SUNDAY 


TOOLY’S 
SUPER WEEKEND 
BUY! 


From 

Hk00-5r00 



VICTORIA 

MON., TUES., WED., SAT. 
8:30 A.M.-5:30 P.M. 
THURS. and FRI. 

’Til 9 P.M. 

SUNDAYS 10 A.M.-5 P.M. 

758 CLOVERDALE 

386-8774 


ALEX CRYSTALL’S 



HOME CENTRE 


CHECK THIS OUT! 


112 REASONS WHY THIS 

TOWNHOUSE 

IS A GOOD BUY 


1. 

2. 

Location: 

Price: 

Excellent — *3—444 Michigan 

A reasonable $64,900 

3: 

Aytr. ' - 

JyearsTrtjW K ‘ ; 

4. 

Brightness: 

Lots of windows with southeastern 
exposure 

5. 

Space: 

1140 sq ft. of pleasurable living 

6 

Exterior: 

Contemporary — cedar shake 

7. 

Interior: 

Immaculate with ample storage and 
nice floor plan 

8. 

Fireplace: 

Floor-to-ceiling rock 

9. 

Baths: 

V? bath on main and 4-pce on bed¬ 
room level 

10. 

Parking: 

Covered space plus guest area and 
lots ot on-street parking 

11. 

Assessment: A reasonable $19.70 per month 

12. 

Solvency: 

Good financial statements available 
and substantial insurance coverage 

477-0191 

BABE JETKO 721-3951 


Royal Trust 


OPEN HOUSE 

SATURDAY and SUNDAY 2430 P.M. 

4247 MAiMIE PLACE 
ARBUTUS-GORDON HEAD AREA 




Outstanding 7-bedroom executive home on .39 of an acre 
in quiet cul-de-sac with some seaview. Family room with 
fireplace off deluxe kitchen, rec room with fireplace and 
wet bar. sauna, Jacuzzi tub. all bathrooms have molded 
marble vanities and tubs Master bedroom is an absolute 

.y private on the third floor with extra large 5-piece 

i with skylight. Living room is a delight with 
"■* J 1 - *ulted ceilin 


joy^tolailyp 

combination ot cedar and beams, vaulted celling and 
gallery. This quality finished home ol approx. 4800 sg 11. 
must be viewed to fully appreciate 


$120,000 1*1 mortgage at 11% can be assumed. 
FULL PRICE $199,500. EXCLUSIVE. 


CONNIE REYNOLDS 
HAZEL CAMPBELL 

ROYAL TRUST 


479-0007 

598-3594 

3844001 


we kite now open Thursdays and Fridays 

UNTIL 9 P.M-SUNDAYS 10 A.M.-5 P.M. 


BROADMEAD 
OPEN HOUSES 

SAT. 1:30-3:30 
4509 COTTONTREE LANE 


• BROADMEAD S BEST NEW HOME BUY WITH 
ADDED BONUS! 

• Pre-arranged financing! $72,000 — all or any part 
Ihereol depending on your need at 10Vj% lor 3 lull 
years. 

• 2 bedrooms on main with family^room. 3rd down 
with space for development. ' 

• The price is right! Only $ 11 9.000 and for the area 
this has fo be a great investment. 


4515 EMILY CARR DR. 

EXCITING CEDAR CONTEMPORARY! 

• Very open and interesting! A real specialty design. 
2 bedrooms and lounge up. Living room, dining 
room, bedroom & bath on main. 

• Lower — bedroom, bath & rec. room. 

• Extensive use ot wood and glass makes this a very 
unique and imaginative home 

• Well priced at $125,000. 


View Saturday with 

JEANNIE DEWHURST 6584980 
MARION HOPKINS 592-4351 
ROYAL TRUST 3844001 


GUELPA CONSTRUCTION LTD. 


R. Dennis Guelpa. B.Sc. (R.M.C.) P.Eng. is pleased to 
officially announce the formation of Guelpa Construc¬ 
tion Ltd. GCL was primarily set up to offer a profes¬ 
sional construction management service to Govern¬ 
ment agencies, private investors, developers and other 
businessmen in, or connected with the construction 
industry. 

In addition to the services of a traditional general 
-contractor. GCL can provide cost feasibility studies, 
construction survey layout, on-site supervision and job 
cost control. Our services can be obtained on either a 
negotiated fee or fixed price basis. 

We are interested in serving the Island from Victoria 
to Port Hardy and we welcome all inquiries from 
interested parties. We can be reached in Victoria at 
3071 Washington Avenue. Victoria. B.C. V8A 1P7 or 

VICTORIA 388-9008 
COURTENAY 334-2137 


CORDOVA RIDGE 
SEA VIE WS 6 BEDRO OMS 
OPEN HOUSE SAT. 1:304:00 
4909 SEARIDGE DR. 

Top location on well-kept street in afea of dogwoods and 
arbutus. Spacious home with good planning Living room with 
fireplace, separate dining room, kitchen with generous eating 
area cum tamily rm, 3 bedrms. up and 3 bedrms down 
Family-size rec rm. Lower level developed — professionally 
completed within the year Must be seen Must be sold MLS al 
$ 120,000 

PHIL WARREN 

477-7291 (Bus.) 658-5411 (Res.) 

D.F.H. REAL ESTATE LTD. 


OPEN HOUSE 

SAT. & SUN. 2-4 P.M. 
7989 TURGOOSE PT. 



Outstanding waterfront home with its magnificent 
sweeping views and excellent Rancher floor plan for 
enjoyable family living. Large family room off kitchen 
Sunken L.R.. separate dining room. Two bedrooms, den 
plus 3rd bedroom in separate guest quarters. 3 baths, 
double carport A great home for the ardent boater who 
wants his boat at his front door. Asking $189,500. 
MLS 


CHESHAYS 721-3727 
Royal Trust 384-8001 


THERMAL 

WINDOWS 

INCLUDED 

p. |K . 50% OFF SHAKES p ..... 
PLUS: 25 ./. 0FF DECK S PLUS: SH! 


GOLD! 


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WHEN YOU 


There are many reasons to buy a Lindal Cedar 
Home: The matchless beauty of Western 
/nq|nqq wai ip red cedar. Lindal s one-of-a-kind designs, a 
UnULn TUUn complete package of energy- 

LINDAL CEDAR HOME £?&r.T 

RV I AM Oi et <j0ws ’ * hen y 00 youf Lmdal Home 

DT JAN. Olol (minimum value of $25,000) by Jan 
31. tor delivery any time before March 31. Choose from over 60 different - 
designs that let you modify them any way you like to fit your personality and 
lifestyle But order now. And get your thermal windows for free, plus your 
SoM Gold Coin. 

—A liinDRb CEDAR HOIAES-1 

independently disinbuied by 

BAYCEDAR HOLDINGS LTD. 

3345 Trans Canada Hwy. 

Cobble Hill, B.C. Tel. 743-5547 

□ PI9AM **fid m# mor* information on Fr*« Thermal Windows 
G Enclosed i* $2 for Ptanbook and daaign gold* j 


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THE COLONIST, Sat., January 26, 1980 1 5 


Metals 


LONDON (AP) — London closing 
metals Friday, in pounds sterling a 
metric ton; silver in pence a troy 
ounce. 

Copper spot 1.255-1,257; future V 
262-1,263. 

Tin spot 7440-7,460; tuture 7,370-7,- 
380. 


Lead spot 499-502; future 495-496. 
Zinc spot 359 361; future 374-374.5. 
Silver spot 1,615-1,625; future 1,600- 
1,610. 

Aluminium spot 885-887; future 902- 
903, 

Nickel spot 3,045-3,055; future 3,170- 
3,175. 


Vancouver exchange joins increase in margins 


VANCOUVER (CP)-The 
Vancouver Stock Exchange 
announced Friday it has 
raised the margin rate ap¬ 
plicable to stocks trading at 
$1 or more to 60 per cent 
form 50 per cent. 


I smmm 


• Maintenance Lease Plan 
Available 

• Purchase Plan Option 
Available 




Check Our Every Day Low Lease Rates! 

1980 Mercury COUGAR XR7 

255 CID V8 engine, power brakes, power steering and windows, complete 
tinted glass and many other options. Stock No. 0-59. 

$221.00 Per Month, 3&-Month Lease, Full Price $7956.00 


soBUffonn morons ltd . 3377 douglas st. , victoria 386-6131 


I lINCOtNCOIVVNHVlAl MARK VI VCHSAILUS MtRCURV MARQUIS 

S2%? x %ȣ"' "uZXZm"Ӫ F0RD trucks 


The move follows a similar 
increase Tuesday by the To¬ 
ronto and Alberta ex¬ 
changes. The Montreal ex¬ 
change has decided to hold 
its margin rate at 50 per 
cent. 

Margin loans arc loans by 
stockbrokers to investors for 
stock purchases. As a pre¬ 
caution against undue specu¬ 
lation, stock exchanges 
specify investors an only 
borrow a certain percentage 
of the stocks’ valuer 

Commodities 

Silver, New York (per 166 ox ) 

Open High Low Close Ch'pe 

Jan 3760.0 3760.0 3350.0 3350.0 -300.0 

Feb - - - - - 

Mar 3860 0 3860.0 3750.0 3750.0 -100.0 
Copper. New York (per 100 lbs.) 

Jan 134.00 134.00 126.00 130.00 * 5.40 

Feb — — — — — 

AAar 133.50 133.50 127.00 132.00 ♦ 5.70 
Live cattle, Chicago (per 100 lbs.) 

Feb 6500 65 27 64.35 64.42 ♦ .65 

Apr 68 50 68.97 68.15 68.60 ♦107 
Jun 71.00 71.50 70.40 71.35 ♦ 1.25 

Live hogs, Chicago (per 100 lbs.) 

Feb 40 60 41.10 40 00 40.10 — .17 

Apr 39 85 40 40 39.50 39,55 - 

Jun 43.05 43.65 42.72 42 90 ♦ .33 
Porkbellies, Chicago (per 100 lbs.) 

Feb 43.40 43.80 42.60 47.95 ♦ .68 

Mar 44.00 44.47 43.10 43.40 ♦ .43 

May 45.80 46.05 45 00 45.17 ♦ 35 

CoW, Chicago (per ox.) 

Mar 692 50 708 00 635.00 643 00 -39 00 
Jun 733.00 742.00 667.50 669.00 -48.50 
Sep 753.00 767 00 694 50 695.30 -49 20 
GoW, Winnipeg (per ox.) 

Open High Low Close Thurs. 

Jan - - - 640 00a 680 00a 

Apr - - -— 680 00a 730 00a 

Jlv - - - 702 00a 752 00a 


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1 YEAR TERM 

Effective 
Annual Interest 
DEBENTURES 

• Minimum S10OO OO 

• Other rales available 

• Ftied terms from ) to 5 years 

• Rates subtect to change without no- 


X .- 

For a copy of the Prospectus Series 
"VM” Debentures, clip and mail this 
coupon. 

Hama .. 

Address . 

Phone . Postal Code 

Send to: 

Victoria Mortgage Corporation Ltd.. 
990 Blanshard Street. 

Victoria, B C , VOW 2M3 
k Phone 384-7128 id 


DIRECTOR OF FINANCE 

Applications are invited for the position of Direc¬ 
tor of Finance for the Juan de Fuca Hospitals, a 
450 bed extended care complex in Victoria. 

The successful applicant will report directly to the 
Executive Director and will be responsible for the 
Hospitals' financial services. 

The position requires an Accounting degree and 
extensive financial experience, hospital experi- 

onrg pjgfojr^H, __/ 

Please send resume in confidence by March 2, 
1980 to: 

Director of Employee Relations 
Juan de Fuca Hospitals 
1450 Hillside Avenue 
V8T 2B7 


Sawmill Manager— 

NANAIMO 

SALARY OPEN 

Our client. DOMAN INDUSTRIES, a highly successful 
and modern British Columbia forest products and transport¬ 
ation concern requires a top notch manager for ifs new 
sawmill presently under construction at Nanaimo. This totally 
up-to-date mill, manufacturing for the European and 
North American markets, will produce 190 MMFBM annually 
on a three shift basis - it will employ the latest technology 
available, featuring two 9 ft. head rig lines. 

> Candidates for this position should have a thorough 
background in lumber manufacturing and have people 
management skills. Experience in domestic and export 
marketing would be a definite plus. Most importantly, they 
must have outstanding motivating and planning abilities 
to optimize results of this exciting venture. 

This position offers a delightful location, not to mention an 
excellent total compensation program. 

Candidates are invited to forward their resumes in strict 
confidence to: 

Stephenson smith corporation 

3RD FLOOR. 800 WEST PENDER STREET. 

VANCOUVER. B.C.V6C 2V8 
TELEPHONE (604) 083-3433 
TELEX 04-54629 



Manager, Planning 
and Development 

The manager is responsible for the planning and development of the 
timber resources of the Englewood Logging Division of Canadian 
Forest Products Ltd. The operation, which produces 500,000 cunits 
annually, is administered from Woss. B.C.. a community situated 
on the paved Island Highway between Kelsey Bay and Port Hardy. 

This is a challenging senior administrative position which reports 
directly to the General Manager who also resides at Woss Reporting 
to the Manager of Planning and Development are the Divisional 
Forester, Divisional Engineer, Contract Supervisor and Forest 
Biologist Specific tasks include coordinating and directing the 
forestry and engineering departments, planning and administering 
the annual cut control program, maintaining liaison with govern¬ 
ment agencies, and controlling major construction projects. 

Candidates must possess a university degree in engineering or 
forestry and have had at least 8 years woods experience in a super¬ 
visory capacity, preferably in engineering and logging on the 
Coast. Remuneration will be of interest to those already working in 
a senior responsible position. 

Interested candidates are invited to forward their resumes in strict 
confidence to the General Manager at the address shown below. 


Canadian Forest Products Ltd. 


Englewood Logging Division 

Woss. B.C. VON 3P0 


The remainder must be 
paid in cash as a down pay¬ 
ment, referred to as margin. 
Tlie stockbroker holds the 


purchased stocks as collat¬ 
eral for the loan until the 
investor sell them. 

The Vancouver exchange 


said In a statement its mar¬ 
gin rate was increased be¬ 
cause of the large amount of 


speculation that appears to 
be responsible for high trad¬ 
ing volumes. 



University of Victoria 

requires 

FRENCH LANGUAGE INSTRUCTORS 

GENERAL: As part of its Summer Studies Period, (he Univer¬ 
sity ot Victoria requires seven instructional per¬ 
sonnel lor La Maison Francaise. a residential 
program emphasizing spoken French The audio¬ 
visual methods De Vive Voix and \ I F. (Lecons 
de transition) will be used. 

THE POSITION: All individuals will receive a more detailed 
description of duties on application for instruc¬ 
tional position. 

THE CANDIDATES: Will lx* bilingual teachers, preferably 
wMh experience in the inst ruction nt high school 
students and of adults at a post-secondary level 
Minimum of a B A required A recognized VI F 
or De Vive Voix Diploma or the equivalent, is 
mandatory Familiarity with french-Canadian 
culture is desired. 

THE SALARY: 12.365.00 (or the session, plus 4% vacation 
pay. 

APPOINTMENT PERIOD: luly 1st to August Ibth, 1Y80. 

TO APPLY: Before February 29. 19B0 

Forward all relevant documents immediately to 
Mr Oerjrd Gouge. Regular Progtams Co-ordinator 
irenrh language Programs 
Extension Division 
University of Victoria 
PO Box 1700 
Victoria. B C V8W 2Y2 


UNIVERSITY OF VICTORIA 



UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 

HEALTH SCIENCES CENTRE HOSPITAL 

SUPERVISOR—ADMITTING 

The Health Sciences Centre Hospital is expand¬ 
ing April 1, 1980, to include a 240-bed Acute 
Care Unit as an addition to the present 300-bed 
Extended Care Unit and 60-bed Psychiatric 
Unit. 

Reporting to the Medical Director, the successful 
candidate will be responsible for organization of 
the Admitting Department and the day-to-day 
supervision of patient admission and bed alloca¬ 
tion for all three units. 

Qualifications: Minimum high school graduation 
supplemented by additional courses in Health 
Care Management, a minimum of three years 
hospital experience preferred, demonstrated ad¬ 
ministrative ability and excellent communications 
skills. 

Salary will be commensurate with qualifications. 
Applicants should submit detailed resume, in¬ 
cluding names of work references, to: 

Co-ordinator of 
Professional Employment, 

Health Sciences Centre Hospital, 
University of British Columbia, 
Vancouver, B.C., V6T 1W5. 

Position open to both male and female applicants. 


ASSISTANT DEPUTY MINISTER 
CONSUMER AFFAIRS 

MINISTRY OF CONSUMER 
AND CORPORATE AFFAIRS 
VICTORIA 

Competition 80:265-01. 

Applications are invited for the position of Assistant 
Deputy Minister — Consumer Affairs This challenging 
position offers an opportunity to assume full responsi¬ 
bility for all aspects of the Consumer Affairs program. The 
Assistant Deputy Minister is responsible to the Deputy 
Minister, for the efficient administration of more than 18 
pieces of legislation and for a staff of 96. 

Responsibilities include developing, administering and 
enforcing consumer legislation; mediating problems be¬ 
tween consumers and suppliers; assisting overcommitted 
debtors; educating consumers and business regarding 
their rights and responsibilities; regulating specific indus¬ 
tries including cemeteries, motor dealers, travel agents 
and travel wholesalers; and co-ordinating the activities of 
funded groups. 

Candidates should possess proven managerial capabili¬ 
ties with extensive knowledge of government's rote in the 
protection of consumer rights and of government struc¬ 
ture. The complexity of this position requires the ability to 
communicate constructively, to plan and implement on¬ 
going policy change and to make appropriate recommen¬ 
dations to government 


Return applications by 
February 5. 1980. 



TEXACO 
CANADA INC. 


Bulk Fuel Distributorship 

Available in Duncan, B.C. 

Texaco provides (1) Full Training 
(2) Substantial advertising support 
Applicant must be credit worthy. 
Financial investment required. 

Contact; W.G. Campbell 

120 Kingston St.. 
Victoria, B.C. V8V 1V4 


Management Opportunity 

McDonald’s Restaurant 
Port Alberni, B.C. 

Owner Operator is expanding his management team and requires an 
Assistant Manager. 

Our Management Team comes from diverse backgrounds, but thev have 
several traits to common. Our Managers are bright, mature and hungry 
They are achievers who fioure the part of their career success could stem 
from their lolntng a small but rapidly growing local business. 

We offer a competatlve starling salary, medical-denial programme as well 


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in dealing with the public and managing peoolc. It Is possible that you are 
currently In a retail or related business but are looking tor faster growth — 
more responsibility and a greater appreciation of your work 
To arrange tor an interview please mail or deliver a detailed resume to: 

John Mclnnes 

3707 lOtti Ave., Port Alberni. B.C. 


DIRECTOR OF HEALTH CARE 

Juan de Fuca Hospital, a 450 bed fully accredited 
complex consisting of three 75 bed units and a 
225 bed unit invites applications for the position 
oi Director of Health Care. 

The successful candidate will report directly to 
the Executive Director and will be responsible for 
all the Health Care Services of the complex 
(excluding Medical Services). 

Candidates must possess a Baccalaureate de¬ 
gree and have demonstrated experience in a 
Senior nursing management position Preference 
will be given to persons with additional academic 
qualifications. 


Please send resume in confidence by March 1, 
1980, to: 

Director of Employee Relations 
Juan de Fuca Hospitals 
1450 Hillside Avenue 
Victoria, B.C. 

V8T 2B7 


1 


Garage Foreman 

Northwood Pulp and Timber Limited has an 
opening for a garage foreman at its Houston 
Sawmill operation. 

The incumbent will be responsible for direct¬ 
ing a group of tradesmen in the maintenance 
and repair of all mobile equipment for the 
plant. A good knowledge of Caterpillar and 
Letoumeau equipment is desireable along with 
the ability to control parts inventory at an 
optimum level. The successful applicant will 
possess good leadership and communication 
skills. 

Northwood Pulp and Timber Limited is an 
integrated forest products company employ¬ 
ing approximately 2,000 people in sawmill, 
woods, pulp and waferboard operations. The 
Houston plant is the company's largest 
sawmill with an annual production capacity 
of 240,000 MFBM. 

Houston is a thriving community of 3,000 
people located 200 miles west of Prince George. 
It offers modem medical, school and shopping 
facilities and provides an ideal setting for the 
outdoors enthusiast. 

This company offers an attractive salary 
and benefits program, including relocation 
assistance. 

Interested individuals should apply, in con¬ 
fidence, to: Personnel Supervisor. Timber. 
Northwood Pulp and Timber Limited. P.O. 
Box 9000. Prince George. B.C. V2L 4W2. 

northuiood 

pulp and timber limited 


COMMUNITY RELATIONS CO-ORDINATOR 


The Position 

The Greater Victoria School District (pupil population 
ol 24.000) requires a Community Relations Co-Ordinalor 
with duties to commence during the spring of 1 980. 

The Function 

The Community Relations Co-Ordinator is respon¬ 
sible to the Superintendent of Schools for the development 
of effective communications between schools and Ihe 
communtiy. inclusive of thaf related to general district and 
individual school operations 
Responsibilities 

— Active solicitation ot community attitudes lo the schoot 
system 

— Provision of information to the public re School District 
operation and directions 

— Promotion of Parent Advisory committees at the school 
level 

— Liaison with the media 
— Maintenance of Schoot District archives 
— Preparation of District publications * 

— Development ot inter-district communications 

The Person 

The position requires an energetic and intelligent 
person with considerable experience in Ihe held of general 
communications and with particular skill in the develop¬ 
ment of written communications Some knowledge of 
school systems operation is desirable but not mandatory 
A personal commitment to the involvement of the public in 
the educational process is a fundamental requisite 
Salary 

Employment is on a 12-month basis with four weeks 
holiday and standard medical dental and health benefits 
Salary is commensurate with experience and qualifica¬ 
tions 

Applications 

Should be submitted to the Superintendent ot 
Schools, Greater Victoria School District, P O Box 700. 
Victoria. B.C.. V8W 2Rl. on or before Friday, February 
15, 1980. quoting Competition Number: 5-80. Refer¬ 
ences and a specific statement of curriculum vitae should 
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1 6 THE'eoLONIST. Sat.. January 26. 1980 


RELIGION 


Wind ensemble to appear here 

Church chronicles 


The limersity of Puget 
Sound Wind Ensemble from 
Tacuma. Wash., under the 
direction (if Kooerl Musser, 
will perform at Metropolitan 
I nited Church on Sunday at 
10:30 a m. before the morn¬ 
ing 2 >er\ ice. 


Douqlas St. 
Baptist 

Meeting temporarily at 
1402 Vancouver at Pandora 
Pastors. Reed H. Elley 
W Jack Bingham 
10:30 A M 

• I AM THE WAY” 

7 30 P M 

SERVICE AT LUTHER COURT 

1525 Cedar Hill X Rd 

A reception will be held to 
honour, the 60th Wedding 
Anniversary ot Mr & Mrs 
F rank Humphrey 
A friendly Evangelical Church 


The concert, one of many 
to he presented by the group 
as purl of its annual concert 
tour, will feature a variety of 
music fur various size wind 
ensembles. 

The group performs selec¬ 
tions fur traditional wood¬ 
wind and brass quintets; the 
largo ensemble chamber 
works of composers such as 
Persehelti, Strauss and Mo¬ 
zart; and jazz-oriented the¬ 
atre music from popular 
Broadway shows. 


ELK LAKE BAPTIST 

the Church by the Like 

5161 P.l Bay Hwy bS2 367(, 
Minister Imerilus Harry Pikt* 
Minister: |. C. A. Barton 
9:30 a m. family Church School 
10:30 a m 

MORNIM. WORSHIP 
Nursery and lunior Church 
7:30 P.M. 

EVENING EltlOWSHIP 
"A Cordial Welcome" 


The department of lay stu- 
dies of Oak Bay United 
Church is sponsoring a 
church growth seminar Feb. 
13 conducted by R. Stanley 
Shaw, a staff member of the 
Robert Schuller Institute of 
Garden Grove, Calif. 

As a Christian business¬ 
man. Shaw illustrates 
unique career-combining ex¬ 
pertise in his vital ministry. 
Included in the seminar are 
five filmed presentations by 
Dr. Schuller. 

Details and registration 
information may be ob¬ 
tained by calling the church 
office at 598-5021. Everyone 
is welcome. 


A student organ recital 
sponsored by the Royal Ca¬ 
nadian College of Organists 
will be held at St. John the 
Divine Church, Quadra at 
Mason, tonight at 8. A collec¬ 
tion will be taken to defray 
expenses. 

The Guild of Health meets 
Thursday at St. John’s 
Church', 1611 Quadra. Prayer 
service will be at 1:30 p.m. in 
the chapel followed by a gen 
eral meeting at 2 p.m. in the 
lower church hall. Guest 
speaker will be the Rev. Tre¬ 
vor Williams whose topic 
will be The Healing of Rela¬ 
tionships With Indigents. 



Church of Way sponsors 
city evangelist’s crusade 


Shaw 
. expertise 


FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH 

10 a m. Christian Education 
11am Worship Service 

at Study s Secondary School, 1627 Stelly s X fid 
Affiliated wifh the Baptist General Conference 


FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 

Quadra and North Park 

II A.M. — ‘ OlIR MINISTRY TOGETHER” 

John A. Watson and Cecil Barner 
Organist and Choir Director: Mr. John Tunstoll 


Adventists concerned 
over religious liberty 


Mfe 


i§aam£i) ^Baptist 

Royal Oak School. 4564 W Saanich Rd 

10 a.m. to 12 Noon 
FAMILY BIBLE FELLOWSHIP 
7 p.m. EVENING FELLOWSHIP HOUR 

, . Paciftt; Raij. 4!sa -0050-4* 



Victoria Baptist Church 

SBC 

3220 Cedar Hill Cedar Hill Community Centre 


Bible Study 
9:00 a.m. 
11:25 a.m. 

Rev. Bo Brantley 



(Nursery Available) 


Worship 
10 a.m. 
7 p.m. 

Phone 477-5474 


The erosion of religious 
freedom is of concern to Sev¬ 
enth day Adventists, accord¬ 
ing to religious liberty secre¬ 
tary for the local church, 
Kathleen Piper. 

"School children accus¬ 
tomed to singing Silent Night 
at Christmas programs may 
be confined to Jingle Bells in 
future if certain groups have 
their way," according to 
Mrs. Piper. 

The issue concerning not 
only Christirfas programs, 
but religious holidays, ill'- 
eluding Easter, Thanksgiv¬ 
ing. and even Halloween, 
came up when a parent com¬ 


plained about the religious 
context ot a Christmas pro¬ 
gram put on by two Sioux 
Falls, South Dakota, kinder¬ 
garten classes in 1977. 

Seventh-day Adventists 
are concerned and admiti 
that Christians will be forced 
to re-examine a whole range 
of church-state issues in the 
coming decade. 

Members of the Seventh- 
day Adventist church will be 
urged to live consistent 
Christian lives, ra keep trr 
formed on current events in 
the religious liberty field, to 
stand for freedom of eon- 


We Love. Because He First Loved Us" I John 4:19 


Emmanuel 


BAPTIST CHURCH 

2121 Cedar Hill Cross Road Tel. 592-2418 

Team Pastors: 

Harold Lewis Rob Bentall Edward Mackay 

r 9:30 a.m. — YOUTH SERVICE-, 
HENDERSON PARK PAVILION 

tor all Grade 9-12 students 


Full Sunday School Program at 9 30 a.m. 

9:30 and 11 a.m. 

‘THE MARKS OF CHRIST” 

Harold Lewis preaching 


“SUNDAY NIGHT AT 7“ 

.Harold Lewis preaching on 

“THE ONLY NAME'' 


MUSTARD SEED CHURCH SERVICE 

1:30 p.m. 552 Pandora Ave. 


KNOX 

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 

2964 Richmond Road 

A Friendly Church That Cares 

Minister: 

Rev. David A. Smith, B.A. 

11 A.M. Morning Worship 

"A WORD FOR THE 
DISQUIETED SOUL" 

Nursery Facilities 
Church School Cleeses 

It a.m. Kindergarten to Grade 6 
7 p.m. Junior Youth Group 
Wednesday — 10:15 a.m. 
Adult Bible Study 
Visitors Most Welcome 


TRINITY 

PRESBYTERIAN 

CHURCH 

2961 Tillicum Road at 
(Jorge Shopping Plana 
the friendly church 
Close to Motels 

10:00 A.M. 

ADULT STUDY 
The Cults and 
Evangelical Christianity 
11 a.m 

The Psalmist takes 
• THE FIFTH STEP" 
Monday at 7:30 p.m. 
Exploring the Book (Bible Study 
and Discussion) 

Nursery A Church School 
Minister: Rev. G. D. Smith, M.A. 


St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church 


Downtown — Douglas St. at Broughton 

. Chrissie 1 


Ministry: Rev. Bruce Mofloy and Mrs. Chrissie Hogg 

11 A.M. 

“THE SIGN OF THE SAVIOUR'* 

Nursery Care; Church school, all grades 

7 P.M. 

“THE TRUE PEOPLE OF GOO” 
VISITORS WELCOME 



BERACAH BIBLE CHURCH 

5550 Hamsterly Rd. 
Sunday Services 
10 a.m., 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. 
Wed. Prayer Meeting 7 p.m. 
FOY L. SPIVEY, Pastor 
Independent Fundamental 


CHRISTIAN APOSTOLIC 
CHURCH 

' Original Christian Doctrine 
•4*;. SUNDAY SERVICE 
■ ‘ -r- 4 SUNDAY SCHOOL 

11:00 A.M. 

2663 Shelbourne St., Victoria 


WESTERN COMMUNITY BAPTIST CHURCH 

>612 SOOKK ROAD 

Sunday School 9:10 a.m. Worship II a.m. and 7 p.m. 

Pastor: Rev. Gordon Patterson. 478-2525 


(JKKKK 

Orthodox Cburcb 

t (Russian Synod) 

Satlvity of Our Lord 
(. 0 d and Saviour 
Jesus Christ 
Stn kes Smida) S:.Wp.m. 
Monday 9:15 a.m. 
Christ is Born! Glorify llim! 
For information phone 177-H892 


UNITARIAN CHURCH 

106 Superior Street 
10:30 a.m. 

THE SENSE 
IN HUMOUR 

Dr. Horace Westwood 
Visitors Invited 
Church School 10:30 a.m. 



entral 


BAPTIST CHURCH 


833 PANDORA AVENUE 
PHONE — 385-7786 

PASTOR: R. D. HOLMES 

Preaching Christ Crucified. Risen, and Coming Arinin 



★ 8:45 & 11 A.M. 

‘THE IMPORTANCE OF 
SPIRITUAL GIFTS” 

(Studies in I Corinthians) 

• 9:45 A.M. FAMILY BIBLE SCHOOL 


★ 7 P.M. 

“SERVING, THAT PLEASES GOD" 

★ Baptismal Services 

★ Octet 

★ Pastor Preaching 
Everyone Welcome 


VICTORIA'S DOWNTOWN FELLOWSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH 



VICTORIA CITADEL CORPS 

757 Pandora Avenue 
Corps Officers: 

Major and Mrs. John Wilder 

9:30 a.m. Sunday School 
"Make Sunday School 
a Family Affair" 

11:00 A.M. 
Holiness Meeting 
7:00 P.M. 

Evangelistic Meeting 

A Warm Welcome awaits you 


CHURCH O' - 



388-5334 or 477-4935 


Me«ting at 

LEONARDO DA VINCI CENTRE 

195 Bay Strs.t 


A TEAM MINISTRY 
EXEC PASTOR 
REV. BILL JOHNS 

PASTOR: 

DOUG ROBERTS. M.O 

MINISTERS: 

FRED FARREN 
TED FOLLOWS 
ART GALLAIFORD 
RICK HENSON 
DOUG KOOY 
BRIAN RUUD 


CHRISTIAN CHARISMATIC FELLOWSHIP 

NURSERY PROVIDED 

10:30 A.M. BRIAN RUUD 
7:15 P.M. BRIAN RUUD CRUSADE 
JAN. 27 to FEB. 3rd 


CHRISTIAN 

SCIENCE 

SUNDAY SERVICE 
AND 

SUNDAY SCHOOL 
10:30 A.M. 

“TRUTH” 

★ 

WEDNESDAY TESTIMONY 
MEETINGS, 8 P.M. 

★ 

FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST 
SCIENTIST 

1205 Pandora at Chambers 
Victoria, B.C. 

Elevator. Nursery, Parking 

★ 

Reading Room 
Open Daily 
1210 Broad Street 

Welcome 


science for everyone and to 
increase the circulation of 
Liberty magazine—the 
church's official voice in 
matters of religious liberty. 

Liberty, with a circulation 
of -150,000, has been recog¬ 
nized for the third time- in 
five years for “general ex¬ 
cellence” by the Associated 
Church Press, the most 
prestigious religious press 
organization in America. 


Crusader Brian Kuud will 
speak nightly starting Sun¬ 
day through Feb. 3 at the 
Leonardo Da Vinci Centre, 
195 Bay, at 7:15 each evening 
including Sunday. 

The series of services is 
sponsored by Church of the 
Way. 

The “son of a preacher 
man,” Ruud went through 
crime, dupe and booze be 
fore he found the Lord 12 
years ago. 

Ruud pulls no punches as 
he describes his involvment 
in crime, his addiction and 
his attempt at suicide. “I 
knew what hell was," said 
Ruud. "I was so far down, I 
had to climb a ladder to 
reach the bottom.” 

Born in Saskatoon, the 33- 
year-old crusader now 
warns others, "If you break 
God’s laws you will pay the 
consequences." 

He started shoplifting at 12 
and stole a portable televi¬ 
sion set at 13. Introduced to 
drugs at a party, Ruud went 
along with the crowd. 

“If you have to do dope to 
be accepted by friends, it’s a 
rip-off. A real friend will ae 
cept you as you are. And an 
unhappy family life is no 
excuse for turning to drugs 
and alcohol. It’s a cop-out 
. . . .everyone has an ex 
cusc. When I started I said I 
wouldn't take enough to get 
hooked.” 


FIRST CHRISTIAN REFORMED CHURCH 

at Agnes off Glanford 

A 10:30 A.M. MORNING WORSHIP 

/|\ 6:00 P.M. EVENING WORSHIP 

‘ I ^ Minister: Dan R. Tigchelaar, B.A., D.D. 
— EVERYONE WELCOME — 

Church of the Back to God Hour 


VICTORIA ALLIANCE CHURCH 

of the Christian and Missionary Alliance 
Pastor H. Orlin Craig — Telephone 592-1821 
1712 Townley St. — (Across from Richmond Elementary School) 

11 A.M. and 7 R.M. —REV. PETER WITTENBERG 

of Timber Line Ranch, Maple Ridge 
9:45 l.e. Su4tv vtmi 7:88 f I MuMty • Bhvs u 4 liiriC 41eh\ 

2:31 | a. lAaru Smkf wilt four H» 7:15 ,■ iWvfcv - taUffr 4 firm 
fNIt Ml.**, WrHIy tv vrknkM 


BRITISH-ISRAEL WORLD FEDERATION (CAN.) 

Victoria Branch 

*' ^ PUBLIC MEETING 

Sunday Afternoon at 3 p.m. 
in ths Dominion Hotoi, 759 Yatoo Street 

BIBLE 

DISCUSSION 

and 10 15am onKARI (500) 




ueens 
venue 

APOSTOLIC CHURCH 

| (WMluiMflUl—p«!t»CO«t»l 

| 804 QUEENS AVENUE 
| REV. ALAN McLEAN 
I 382-7833 or 595-3782 


10 A.M. 

Sunday School 

for All Ages 

11 A.M. 

“VISIONS IN THE SPIRIT” 
(Book of Revelation —3) 

7 P.M. 

PENTECOSTAL BAPTISM 
(How to receive it) 



Ruud 

... .ex-criminal 

»• K 

For more than nine years 
Ruud lived the life of a speed 
freak, drug pusher, hustler 
and thief By his accounts. 
Ruud should be dead today. 

He narrowly escaped 
death when he was slabbed 
in the abdomen by his bud 
dies during the planning of 
an armed robbery. Then 
while in the solitary confine¬ 
ment cell of a Canadian pris¬ 


on. lacing a 30 years sen¬ 
tence, he felt his life was 
over. 

Ruud was about to slit his 
wrists with a metal spoon 
when a guard, making an 
unscheduled inspection., 
grabbed it out of his hand 

At that point, said Kuud. 
he began reading the Bible, 
deciding he wanted some¬ 
thing to live for “Does Ihe 
Christ of this Bible really 
live today? Does He care 
about me? Can He bring me 
to where life makes sense, 
where there’s a real reason 
for living? He did, my life 
was transformed.” 

When he appeared in court 
the evidence against him fell 
through, and he was set free. 
Ruud has since become one 
of today's most dynamic 
young ministers. His min 
istry extends throughout the 
UnitedStatesandCanada. In 
hundreds of schools he has 
presented a contemporary, 
non evangelistic message on 
life: in prisons and city w ide 
crusades he preaches the 
message of Jesus' love w ith 
life-changing results. 

His audiences are diverse. 
They range from college slu 
dents to entire families 
Teenagers, young children 
and senior citizens alike, ri 
spend enthusiastically when 
Ruud preaches. His life 
story has been printed in a 
book called The San of a 
Preacher Man. 


Saanich Community Church 

MENNONITE BRETHREN 

Pastor - Paul Unofer 

990 Falmouth Road 477-4^67 or 384-8841 ' 

10 A.M. "THE WORD OF THE CROSS" 
11 A.M. BIBLE CLASSES 

— We Welcome You — 


PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLIES OF CANADA 


NORTH DOUGLAS PENTECOSTAL TABERNACLE 

Douglas at Canterbury 
Pastor: Rev. Harold Pendray 

Visitation: Rev. G. Rowland Youth: Art Henkel 

9:45 A.M. SUNDAY SCHOOL 

Transportation call 479-1332 

11:00 A.M. REV. R. ODONGO — Kenya 
7:00 P.M. REV. PAUL KOVAC — Eastern Europe 

— Everyone Welcome — 


Pastors: JOHN STONE 
RON LEECH 

trinity 


Christian 

/ 

centre 

949 FULLERTON 4VL 383-4195 

A Charismatic Fellowship 

10 A.M. MORNING WORSHIP 

(Children's Church is provided during 
this service) 

6:30 P.M. EVENING WORSHIP 

Nursery provided for all services 


CHINESE PENTECOSTAL CHURCH 

800 Princess 

SUNDAY 9:45 a.m. Sunday School 
11:00 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Worship Services 
Prayer - Wed., 7:30 p.m. Youth - Fri., 7:30 p.m. 


Paator: Rev. Steve Wong 383-3878 


COLWOOD PENTECOSTAL 
CHURCH 


Pastor: D. L. McMillan. 2250 Sooke Road 

9:30 a.m. Christian Education Hour 
10:30 a.m. Morning Service 
6:00 p.m. Evening Service 


Had men 

\ ARE 

■dings 


GOD'S WORD 
AS IT IS 
FOR 

MEN AS THEY 
ARE 


PENTECOSTAL CHURCH ■ I fl I M (1 C 
842 NortX Part St. H 

384 7833 314-0113 ■ ** 

Pntor: E. AUSTIN AnnUnt: K. KU&RYN UuMc: G. KRAUSE 


9:45 A.M. — FAMILY BIBLE SCHOOL 

e Bus Service — 652-2941 or CHURCH OFFICE 


THE CHRISTADELPHIANS 

T3% McKenzie Avenue 



Great News 
for™ Wor id 


7:00 P.M. 

“ARCHEOLOGY, THE 
MIRACLE OF THE PAST 

Bible Address A O,me,od 

Everyone Welcome 


Sunday 7:00 p.m. 
No Collections 


Sunday School 9:20 a.m. 


Memorial Worship 11:00 a.m. 


VICTORIA TRUTH 

1201 FORT ST. CENTRE 

DR. E. M. SMILEY, Minister 
11 A.M. 

“IF I BE LIFTED UP” 

Dr. E. M. Smiley 

7:30 P.M. 

“THE DOORWAY TO HAPPINESS” 
“FROM RAGS TO RICHES” 

Fk> Ball A Lyn Neal 

Special Notice: The Children's Church meets every 
Sunday at 11 a.m. All children and Young People 
are lovingly welcomed 

The Senior Young People will meet each Thursday 
evening al 7:30 p.m 


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with Evangelist 

PETER 

YOUNGGREN 

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RELIGION 


THE COLONIST, Sat., January 26, 1980 17 



Silver Threads events 


Alice Judd stands on steps of old Nanoose Bay church 

Work on highway closes 
little church by the sea 


PARKSVILLE - 
Progress is the word'heard 
often these days. It usually 
means change, and w ith this, 
upheaval. 

With the new planned 
changes taking place on the 
Island Highway in 1980, the 
highways ministry has ac¬ 
quired most of the land in 
front of the Nanoose United 


So* the Famous Panion Play 
in 1960 Parlormad Every 10 
Years. 

Also visit: 

Notre Dame Cathedral 
St Mark's Cathedral 
Wostminsler Abbey 
Canterbury Cathedral 
Salisbury Cathedral 
See also: 

Stonehenge. River Rhine. 
Brenner Pass. Venice. Lucerne. 
Pans. 

and much more 

From Vancouver 
Fully Conducted Tour 
Depart 29 Aug. 1980 
20 days. 

SI.695 Complete 

Fare includes 747 iet by War- 
dair. all hotels, luxury coach 
travel, terries, most meals, local 
tours and fees, transfers gratui¬ 
ties. baggaqe handling and 
seats to Passion Play 
Limited Number of Seats, 
lor complete itinerary 
Employee Travel Servicl 
727 Johnson St. Rm. 243 
Victoria. B.C. V8W 1M9 
382-4221 Off. 

(9-12:30) 

658-8166 Res. 


Church, making it impos¬ 
sible to carry on the Sunday 
services. 

The delightful little 
church, hidden among the 
firs, just off the Island High¬ 
way on the road to the beach 
and bay. has been in that 
beautiful spot since 1934. and 
has served the community's 
needs over the years. Al¬ 
though the church would not 
be considered "old” as 
churches go, it is very 
charming and unique and it 
has fulfilled Its purpose for 
the congregation who have 
worshipped there. 

On Jan. 6, Rev. Jack Van 
Holst conducted a service 
celebrating closing the 
church, which for this occa¬ 
sion, was gaily decorated 
with flowers and cedar 
boughs. 

In his message to the con- 


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Over 20 Greater Victoria Churches 

*45,000 NEEDED 

Plans are currently underway to construct by September 1. 

1900, a 13.500 sq ft. addition to the Saanich Christian School to 
accommodate the Pacific Christian Secondary School students. 
You can help us realize these plans by: 

— INVESTING IN THE MORTGAGE THROUGH A 
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and when he is old he will not depart from it." 

Proverbs 22:6 

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Mr Zweitse OeWit — Building Committee 479-5492 

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GLAD TIDINGS CHURCH 

North Park and Quadra Streets 

JANUARY 27th - FEBRUARY 3rd 
Sundays: 11:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. 
Nightly at 7:30 p.m. 


gregation, some of whom 
were from Knox United 
Church in Parksville, he told 
how the building, once a 
bunkhouse in one of the Mac¬ 
Millan Bloedel camps, had in 
1934 been placed on the spot 
where it is today as a church. 
At a later date, in 1954, the 
minister at that time wanted 
to start a Sunday school and 
encouraged the community 
to add an adttoion. This was 
done and it is attached to the 
church to this day. 

Van Holst went on to say 
that although there was a 
feeling of sadness, there was 
also joy and thanks to be 
given for the spiritual and 
financial growth the ennyre- 
gation had achieved, espe¬ 
cially over the last three 
years. 

"To enable us to reach out 
and grow it was necessary 
for the time being to join the 
other part of our family, the 
Knox United Church at 
Parksville in the pastoral 
charge, until such time as we 
could build another church 
in Nanoose. thus opening the 
door to the possibilities of 
greater growth and love to 
our fellow man,” he said. 

He left the congregation 
with this thought: "With God 
everything that seems im¬ 
possible to us becomes pos¬ 
sible with Him.” 

So as the door closed on the 
little while church for the 
last time at Nanoose Bay, 
another page of history of 
that community has been 
written. 


SAANICH 

MONDAY FRIDAY—8:30 
a m., billiards, shuffle- 
board, drop-ins, pingpong 

SUNDAY—2 p.m., concert 
Orchestra practice. 

MONDAY—9:30 a.m., 
Hampton Singers practice, 
ceramics; 11:45, lunch; 1 
p.m., duplicate bridge, 
ceramics; 7, Hampton 
Happy Gang practice. 

TUESDAY-9 a.m., car¬ 
pet bowling; 9:30, basketry, 
beadwork, lapidary, dress¬ 
making; 11:45, lunch; l p.m., 
sketching; 1:15, progressive 
whist; 1:30, discussion 
group. 

WEDNESDAY—9 a.m., 5- 
pin bowling (transportation 
provided); 9:30, woodcarv¬ 
ing, Icatherwork, oil paint¬ 
ing: 10, conversational 
French; 1 p.m., bridge les¬ 
sons, films; 2, concert Esqui¬ 
mau Silver Singers. 

THURSDAY—9 a.m., car¬ 
pet bowling; 9:30, knitting 
and crochet, ballpoint em¬ 
broidery, weaving; 11:45, 
lunch; l p.m., progressive 
bridge, 5-pin bowling at 
Mayfair lanes; oil painting, 
macrame, quilting; 1:15, be¬ 
ginners French; 1:30, toy 
making; 7, bingo, everyone 
welcome. 

FRIDAY—9 a.m., carpel 
bowling (beginners); 9:30, 
novelty class, lapidary; 
11:45, lunch; 1:15 p.m., jacko, 
1:30, stamp club; 7:30, pro¬ 
gressive whist. 

SATURDAY—9:30 a.m., 
Songmen practice; 1:30 p.m., 
cribbage, billiards, drop- 
ins. 

Tickets on sale for: Valen- 


p.m., discussion group, to be 
announced; 2 p.m., concert, 
The Johnson Family; 7 p.m., 
duplicate bridge. 

Thursday—9:30 a.m., lapi¬ 
dary; 10 a.m., weaving, car¬ 
pet bowling; noon, lunch; 1 
p.m., bridge, dressmaking, 
weaving; 7 p.m., crib. 

Friday—Spanish; 10 a.m.,, 
senior ceramics, quilting, 
keep fit; noon, lunch; 1 p.m., 
chess club. Silver “T” Bells 
practice, stretch and sew; 2 
p.m., jacko; 7 p.m., evening 
cards. 

Saturday, Sunday—Open 1 
p.m. to 4 p.m. for drop- 

ins. 

VICTORIA 

MONDAY FRIDAY—8:30 
a.m., drop-in, cards, shuffle- 
board, pool, library; 9:30, 
arts and crafts classes; 
11:30, lunch: 1 p.m., arts and 
crafts classes. 

MONDAY—1 p.m., stamp 
club; 1:15, bridge; 7, whist. 

TUESDAY—9 a.m., rods 
and reels; 10 a.m., begin¬ 
ners’ bridge class; 1 p.m., 
intermediate bridge class; 
1:30, films, 2:30, bowling at 
Town and Country; 7:15, old 
time dance, members only. 

WEDNESDAY—1 p.m.. 


chess club; 1:15, singsong; 
1:45, concert. 

THURSDAY—11:30 a.m. 
to 1:30 p.m., public health 
nurse; 1:30, old time dance. 

FRIDAY—10:30 a.m.. 
keep fit class, conversation¬ 
al French; 1 p.m., duplicate 
bridge, choir; 1:15, bridge; 7, 
cribbage. 

SATURDAY—11 a.m. to 4 
p.m., drop-in; 10:30, conver¬ 
sational Spanish, cards, 
shuffleboard, pool; 1 p.m., 
chess club; 1:30, whist; 7, 500 
card game. 

SUNDAY—1 to 4 p.m., 
drop-ins, duplicate bridge. 

ESQUIMALT 

MONDAY—10 a.m., learn 
to dance; 12 noon, light 
lunch; 1:30 p.m., oil painting, 
carpet bowling; 3-5^ p.m., 
alley bowling at the" Town 
and Country lanes. 

TUESDAY—9-11 am., and 
11-1 p.m., senior mixed curl¬ 
ing at Sports Centre; 10 a.m., 
art for beginners, Silver 
Singers, exercise to music 
followed by senior swim; 12 
noon, light lunch; 1 p.m. 
chess and checkers; 1:30 
p.m., carpet bowling; 2-3 
p.m., senior swim (Rec. 
Centre). 


Perspectives 


By Rev. John A. Davidson • 


Miehaelangelo Caravaggio, a 16th-century Italian paint¬ 
er, was commissioned to paint a picture of SC. Matthew fpr 
iIB5 dlnntr trmi-dancerFetr* tfi? altar of a church In Home. He was instructed to show 
Coquitlam shopping Matthew writing the Gospel that has his name, with an angel 


centre trip, Feb. 14; volun¬ 
teers needed to drive handi¬ 
capped members to and 
from centre, phone 382-3151; 
tea and coffee served daily 
at 10 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. 

SIDNEY 

Monday-Friday—Centre 
open, cards, library, bil¬ 
liards, morning coffee, af¬ 
ternoon tea: 

Monday—10 a.m. dance 
for fun, quilting, billiards; 
noon, lunch; 12:30 p.m., 
ceramics: 1 p.m., swim club; 
2 p.m..films: The Vacant Lot 
and Valley in a River, 7:30 
p.m.. bingo. 

Tuesday—9:30, lapidary, 
serenaders practice; paint¬ 
ing; noon, lunch: 1 p.m., 
whist, painting; 7 p.m.. shuf- 
flgboard and games night. 

Wednesday—10 a.m., no¬ 
velties; noon, hot dinner; 1 


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Anglican Catholic 
Church of Canada 

— Parish of St. Athanasius — 

SUNDAY SUNG MASS - 1:30 P.M. 

at Grace Lutheran Church 
1273 Fort Street 

Fr. P. D. Wilkinson. Fr. Roland Palmer, S.S.J.E. 
I phoUrng Our Anglican Catholic Heritage 


Reformed Episcopal 

CHURCH OF OUR LORD 

Humboldt and Blanshard St., Victoria, B.C. 

11:00 A.M. .< 

MORNING PRAYER 

Sermon 

Rev. Charles Dorrington 
9:30 A.M. 

HOLY COMMUNION 

— All Welcome — 

Minister — Kev. Charles W. Dorrington HU 




Rev. £. E. Austin, Pastor 


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CITY AND DISTRICT CHURCHES 


GOSPEL CHAPEL S 

OAKLAND*CHAPEL 
Fernwood and Cedar Hill Road 
SUNDAY 

9:30 a.m. Breaking of Breed 
11: IS a.m. Sunday School and 
Family Bible Hour 
Speaker: Mr . J Sheppy 
6:30p.m. Evenino Service 
Speaker: Mr D. Clark 
THURSDAY 8 P.M 
Prayer and Bible Study 

VICTORIA GOSPEL~CHAPir~ 

935 Pandora Avenue 
SUNDAY 

9 30 a.m. — Lord's Supper 
11: IS a m. — Sunday School 
and Family Bible Hour 
7:00 p.m. Evening Service 
Speaker Mr D Relf 
at both services 
7:45 Wednesday 
Prayer & Bible Study 


BETHESDA GOSPEL CHAPEL 
1900 Oak Bay Avenue 
SUNDAYS 

9:30 a m. Remembrance Meeting 
11:15 a.m. Family Hour 
7 00p.m. Evening Service 
Speaker: Mr JoeGilmour 
WEDNESDAYS 7 30p.m. 

Prayer and Bibljf Sludy 
Enquiries 595 4926 or 385 3273 


_SPIRITUALISM 

OPEN DOOR SPIRITUALIST CHURCH 
1600 Cook Street 
. SUNDAY. 7:00 P.M. 
WEDNESDAYS. 7:30 P M. 
Clairvoyance and Healing 
Pastor — Rev. E M. Ralph 
Attend The Friend ly Church 
■ THE FIRST SPIRITUALIST CHURCH 
“The Church of Two Worlds" 

819 Fori Street 
SUNDAY SERVICE 11 A M. 
Pastor: Rev Julian North 
Organist Grace Hawkins 
Clairvoyance and Healing 
VISITORS WELCOME 


ROYAL OAK CHRISTIAN 
SPIRITUALIST CHURCH 
Women s Institute Hall 
4516 West Saanich Road 
One Service monthly on the last Sunday of 
every month at 7:30 p m 
Trance lecture, clairvoyance and healing 
Principals Reverend Jov Lowe 
and Mr. Frank Lowe 
Next Service — January 27th 


SEVENTH OAY ADVENTIST 


SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH 
983 Pandora Ave. at Vancouver St, 
Sabbath School — 9:30a m. Saturday 
Worship Service — II:00 a.m. 

Wednesday — 7:30 p.m. 

Pastor Lvnn Baero (721-3739) 

LUTHERAN 


WEDNESDAY—10 a.m., 
liquid embroidery; 12 noon, 
hot lunch; 1:30 p.m., whist, 
novelties, sewing, bead- 
work, toy making, crochet, 
knitting. 

THURSDAY—10 a.m., 
weaving, exercise to music 
followed by swim, writer 
group; 12 noon, light lunch; 
1:30 p.m., bridge or crib¬ 
bage. 


FRIDAY —10 a.m., 
ceramics (Heather Dent stu¬ 
dios), carpet bowling, quilt¬ 
ing; 9-11 a.m. and 11-1 p.m., 
senior mixed curling al 
Sports Centre; 11-12 noon, se¬ 
nior swim (Rec. Centre); 12 
noon, full hot lunch; 1:30 p.m. 
dance. 

Valentine dinner dance,: 
Friday, Feb. 15, al 6 p.m 
Cost $3 per person. Tickets 
now on sale. 


to be shown giving him inspiration and direction as he 
writes. 

Caravaggio was an uneomprising uoung artist, and 
he painted Matthew as the Gospel record suggested to 
his artist's imagination. He showed a bald, rough-bearded, 
rudely-clothed barefoot old man. He is writing in a book 
which he holds awkwardly, and as he writes his brow is 
anxiously furrowed. By Matthew’s side the artist painted a 
youthful angel: the angel is carefully guiding the old man's 
hand as a teacher guides the hand of a child learning to write. 
This picture sounds a note of realism. 

When the artist affixed his painting to the altar, the au¬ 
thorities were shocked by what they deemed to be great 
disrespect to Matthew, the disciple of Jesus. They indignant¬ 
ly rejected it and ordered Caravaggio to try it again. 

In his second painting he showed a rather different 
Matthew. This one has a more benign look self-assured and 
well-scrubbed; and his head is crowned with a delicate halo. 
And the angel, this time an ethereal creature, hovers over 
him rather than stand beside him as in the first picture. 

Caravaggio was a good painter, and his second pic¬ 
ture is, technically, a good one. But lacks the realism 
and the sincerity of the first one. The first painting shows 
Matthew as a very ordinary sort of man, the real Matt¬ 
hew of the New Testament. But the Matthew of the sec¬ 
ond painting is simply a character in a pious fable. 

The Matthew of Caravaggio's first painting, the Matth¬ 
ew of the Gospel records, was made of clay. When wc first 
see him we see a rather disreputable man, sitting in the 
custom-house of Capernaum, earning his living by methods 
which entail fleecing Ilfs cotmtrymcn. He’s not the kind of 
man you'd care to buy a second-hand car from. By common- 
sense standards he is most unpromising material for 
discipleship—not the kind of man who would be made to 
feel at home in most Christian congregations today. 
But Jesus made a disciple of him. 

Matthew, the real Matthew, was one of us. He had the 
same confused aims and mixed motives that you and I 
have. He was the amalgam of saint and sinner, of angel 
and beast, that you and I are. In his inner life he experi¬ 
enced the stresses and anxieties that we experience. 

Caravaggio’s two paintings demonstrate that disciple- 
ship is not only for spiritual supermen and superwomen, but 
is also for very ordinary persons, persons with weaknesses 
and shortcomings, and character aberrations—persons like 
you and me. 

Jesus didn’t worry about.anyone's past, but he recog¬ 
nized the possibilities in everyone. We avoid the chal¬ 
lenge of faith when we assume that those who take his 
way in faith must be made of special clay—much better 
than the raw material of which we are made. All of 
Jesus' disciples were made of common clay—so there is 
hope for you and me. 

(Or. Davidson is minister of Dominion-Chatmers United Church, Ot¬ 
tawa.) 


LUTHERAN CHURCH OF 
THE CROSS 

Cedar Hill and Cedar Hill Cross Roads 
Alfred J. C. Johnson, Pastor, 477-3851 
SUNOAY 

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.CC. formerly A L.C.) 
Visitors Welcome 

HOPE LUTHERAN CHURCH 
MISSOURI SYNOD 
1924 Carrick Street off Foul 8av 
The Rev L. M Carlson, Pastor 592 2308 
DIVINE WORSHIP SERVICES - II a m. 
Sunday School Bible Classes — 9:45 a m. 
A Church of "The Lutheran Hour" 
and "This is the Life " 


GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH 
1273 Fori Street 383 5256 
Minister Rev. Ronald C. Nelson 
Lutheran Church in America 
(Across from Central Junior High) 
11.00 a.m. 

WORSHIP 
Everyone Welcome 

GOOOSHEPHERD LUTHERAN 
2^15 Cedar Hill Road 
Rev Fred Knebel. 658 8043 
10 a.m. English —11 a m German 
REDEEMER LUTHERAN CHUROH~ 

Corner Jacklln and Jenkins 
9.45 a.m Sunday School 
and Bible Class 
11 a.m. Worship 

Minister Herman Blckef, 478-8850 


Attend 
the Church 
of your choice 


Anglican 


chpistchupch 

cathectoad. 

Quadra at Courtney 
2 blocks up from Douglas 

8:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist 
9:15 a.m. Church School 
9:30 a.m. Family Eucharist 
11:00 a.m. Mattins 
5:15 p.m. Holy Eucharist 
7:30 p.m. Evensong 

WEEKDAYS 
Mattins 9:00 a.m. 
Evensong 5:15 p.m. 

Holy Eucharist 
Tues. and Wed. 11 a.m. 

Thurs. 7:30 a.m. 

Fri. and Sat. 12:15 noon 




SAINT 

JOHN'S 

Qu; 

Pa 


1611 

near 


adra 

andora 


8:66 a.m. Holy Communion 
8:38 a.m. Family Communion 
Church School & Nursery 

11:66 a.m. Morning Prayer 
Preacher: The Rector 

—- fitrbcileservices 

Thurs. 19:3# a.m. Holy 
Communion and Ministry 
of Healing 

Canon Robert D. MacRae 
383-716$ 


ST. BARNABAS 

Belmont and Begbie 
7:56 a.m. Matias and Commuaioa 
16:36 a.m. Sung Mass 
Church School 
7:36 p.m. Solemn Kvensong 
and Devotions 

HOLY COMMUNION DAILY 
Fr. D. R. ( hansels 595-K2I2 


St. Dunstan’s 
Gordon Head 

Tyndall and San Joan 
8:66 a.m. Holy Communion 
9:45 a.m. Family Eucharist 
and Chnrch School 


ST. GEORGE THE MARTYR 

Cad boro Bay Road and v 
Maynard Stroat 
Rav. Peter McCalman, 
477-0705 

8 a.m. Holy Communion 
9:30 a.m. Family Euchariat 
and Church School 
10:45 a.m. Annual Vaatry Moating 



ST. MATTHIAS’ 

Richmond at Richardson 
Rector: 

Canon W E Gieenhatgh L Th 

x a.m. Holy Communion 
16:36 a.m. Family Service 
7:36 p.m. Eucharist and 
Ministry of Healing 
Thursday, /an. ft, Tne 
Victoria Branch of the Guild 
of Health will meet at St. 
John's Church, Victoria in the 
Chapel at 1:36 p.m. 


<§>t. ftrtcrs 

Quadra at St. Peters Rd. 
Rev. Charles Hamer 386-6111 
9:66 a.m. Holy Communion 
16:36 a.m. Mattins 


St. Philip’s 

Nell Street and Ensldowne Road 
Rector—Rev. D Nell Robinson 

8:00 a.m. Holy Communion 
9:15 a.m. Family Eucharist 
11:00 a.m. Morning Prayar 


( ST. SAVIOUR’S 'I 


Catherine & Henry Ste. 
(Turn oato Catherine St.) 
al the first traffic light 
■ St. Bridi 


West of Johnson X 


I 


Father Walter Donald 

V EUCHARIST: 10 A.M. 

F'amiiies with Children Welcome 




United 



ST. AIDAN’S 

UNITED CHURCH 
Richmond al Cedar Hill X Road 
Minister: Rev. J. Rae Allan 

9:30 and 11:00 a.m. 

MORNING WORSHIP 

Guest Preacher 
Youth Choir 

0:30 AN Sunday School Claaaea 
Creche Provided 


OAK BAY 
UNITED CHURCH 

Granite and Mitchell 
.Pastors: Bill VanDruten, 
Rev. Angus Jack 

MORNING 
WORSHIP 

L l 11 UL 

"THE CROSS M THE 
GlOMlVH1A6E" 

Missions Sunday 
9:15 a.m. Church School 
Grads 4-12 and Adult Classes 
11 s.m. Nursery, 
Kindergarten Grades 1. 2. A 3 

DIAL-A-PMYER 595-3835 



BELMONT AVENUE 
UNITED CHURCH 

Belmont Ave. at Pembroke St. 

Worship Service • 11 A.M. 

Rev R. F. McPheraon — 595-479® 


CADBORO BAY UNITED 

2625 ARBUTUS ROAI) 

Rev. John M. l).i\idson. 177 2715 

10:06 A.M. 

MORNING WORSHIP 
HOLY < OMMl NION 
Speaker: Rev. John Davidson 
Sunday School and 
Nursery Facilities Available 
“A Friendly Church” 


FAIRFIELD 

UNITED CHURCH 
Moss Street & Fairfield Road 
Minister: Rev. W. Joseph Price 
Organist & Choirmaster 
Faith Webster. I..R.S.M. 

9:30 a.m. Sunday Church School 
11 a.m. Morning Worship 
“PAUL IN A BASKET” 


JANES BAY UNITED CHURCH 

511 Michigan St r aat 
A friendly church serving 
the whole community siatT 1891 
Morning Worship 11:66 a.m. 
Sunday School at 16:45 a.m. 
Minister Rev. Bert Forsythe 
385-7375 384-5821 


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18 THE COLONIST, Sat., January 26, 1980 


FEDERAL CAMPAIGN 


Tanker study body 
pushed by Liberal 


Tories vow troops 


Esquimalt-Saanich Liber¬ 
al candidate Gerry Kristian- 
son, who accuses all par¬ 
ties—including his own—of 
playing politics with the oil 
tanker threat to the B.C. 
coastline, has proposed for¬ 
mation of a 13 member in¬ 
ternational committee to 
deal with the problem. 

"There are some issues in 
public life which are more 
important than mere party 
or inter governmental divi¬ 
sion." Kristianson said in an 
address to the Lady Laurier 
Club, a Liberal organization. 
"The threat to our coastline 
and marine environment is 
one such issue." 

Political parties and politi¬ 
cians have been sniping at 
each other since President 
Carter put his stamp of ap 
proval on the Northern Tier 
pipeline proposal, something 
that would mean greatly in 
creased oil tanker traffic be 
tween Alaska and Port An¬ 
geles. 

Liberal Leader Pierre 
Trudeau has blamed the 
short-lived Conservative 
government for sitting back 
and allowing the situation to 
reach this point Victoria 
area NDP candidates have 
suggested that Canada exert 


pressure on the U.S. One 
weapon would be the pro¬ 
posed increase in the sale of 
natural gas to that country. 

Accusing parties and poli¬ 
ticians of trying to “take 
partisan advantage of the 
situation," Kristianson 
said: 

"No party's record on this 
issue is unblemished, and I 
include the Liberal Party in 
this statement. Further¬ 
more, British Columbia’s in¬ 
terests are not well served 
either by irresponsible sug¬ 
gestions of an economic boy¬ 
cott of the U.S.A. or by fool¬ 
ish proposals to keep tankers 
more than 206 miles off¬ 
shore." 

The suggestion that the 
tankers be kept 200 miles out 
was made at an all-candi¬ 
dates meeting Wednesday 
night by Donald Munro, 
seeking re-election as a Con¬ 
servative in Esquimalt- 
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‘ blackmail" against the 
U.S. were inappropriate in 
light of the troubles the 
Americans are encountering 
in Iran and Afghanistan. 

Reminding his audience 
that Canada and the U.S. 
share ownership of Juan de 
Fuca Strait, he said: "If 
they want to, the Americans 
can have massive tanker 
traffic down the coast and 
into the strait, without so 
much as a by-your-leave. 
We cannot protect ourselves 
by threats. We can protect 
ourselvfs by providing our 
American friends with posi¬ 
tive alternatives." 


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The NDP is committed 
to rescind the permit the 
Clark government ap¬ 
proved for the exporta¬ 
tion of 3.75 trillion cubic- 
feet of natural gas, Robin 
Blencoe said Friday. 

Blencoe, the party’s 
candidate in Victoria for 
the Feb. 18 federal elec¬ 
tion, said in a press re¬ 
lease that he had re¬ 
ceived a commitment 
from national NDP lead¬ 
er Ed Broadbent that a 
government under him 
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ther export of natural 
gas. Any surplus would 
go to industrial and resi¬ 
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HALIFAX (CP) — De¬ 
fence Minster Allan McKin¬ 
non says the Progressive 
Conservative government 
plans to add (MUf# personnel 
to the Canadian Armed 
Forces by the end of its 
fourth year in office, includ¬ 
ing "a pretty modest in¬ 
crease” of 100 during the 
1980-81 fiscal year. 

The defence minister, who 
represents Victoria, made 
the comments Friday during 
a Halifax visit where he 
campaigned with George 
Cooper, Tory hopeful for 
Halifax riding. 

McKinnon said Canada’s 
lack of up-to-date military 
hardware was delaying ex¬ 
pansion. 

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pose in bringing more troops 
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equipment to suit the ones 


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he said. 

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but they are suffering under 


a lack of equipment. As a 
resuit, if he were to rate 
Canada's Armed Forces on a 
scale of 10 it would be ranked 
six. 


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this week, NDP Leader Ed Broadbent in¬ 
sisted the rout his party suffered in the 
1974 election would not be repeated Feb. 
18. 

Vet the release of two polls showing the 
Liberals’ well ahead and the NDP slipping 
prompted the inevitable questions on 
whether the NDP might again be squeezed 
out. 

Broadbent refused to comment on polls 
by the CTV television network and Gallup 
giving the Liberals leads ol up to 21 per¬ 
centage points in popular support. Such a 
lead, if carried through to election day, 


would give the Liberals a majority govern¬ 
ment. 

"But I think the smile on my face will 
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months. 

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THE CAPITAL 

Section Two/Saturday, January 26, 1980/Page 19 


Children's magazine folds -i 


Publisher paying off 
debts and hoping 
to make a comeback 


By NANCY BROWN 

Colonist reporter 

Thu International Year 
of the Child is over, and 
so is a pioneer children’s 
magazines published in 
Canada. 

Victorian Evelyn Sa¬ 
muel confirmed this 
week that she has sus¬ 
pended indefinitely pub¬ 
lication of her three- 
year-old Canadian Chil¬ 
dren's Magazine, and is 
trying to sell properly 
she owns in Alberta to 
help pay off her debts. 

The magazine, started 
on a shoestring with 
money from a mortgaged 
house, loans, and volun 
leer help, attracted 12.000 
subscribers, but without 
advertising revenue or 
grants, it could not sur- 
vlve, __ 

"EVERYTHING was 
tried," Samuel said in an 
interview. "A proposal 
went to the International 
Year of the Child com¬ 
mittee in Victoria, but 
that w as turned dow n by 
the minister (Grace 
McCarthy)." 

Another Canadian pub- 


lisher of children's 
books, May Cutler of 
Tundra Books, also gave 
up publishing for juve¬ 
niles during the Interna¬ 
tional Year of the Child. 

“She’s just decided she 
won’t hit her head 
against a brick wall any 
more,” Samuel com¬ 
mented. 

As a last resort to save 
Canadian Children's 
Magazine. Samuel decid¬ 
ed to allow advertising 
into the publication. 

"I was able to come up 
with a format that would 
satisfy my standards," 
she said. The ads would 
have appeared in supple¬ 
ment form, and each 
would have to include an 
activity. 

"1 failed to realize that 
major advertisers set 
their budgets and make 
- their-commitment-s a 
year in advance. If I had 
had enough money to 
carry on for a while, that 
might have developed 
into Something that 
would make the project 
viable, but I had left it too 
lute.” 

She’s disappointed, but 
refuses to admit total de¬ 
feat. 



Samuel 

.. can’t see it die 


A VICTORIA service 
club is currently consid¬ 
ering the production of 
the magazine as a service 
for children in Canada. 

if they can pick up on 
it. that way I think I will 
try to put together a foun¬ 
dation. and then take a 
few years to gel support 
before’r slaft up agairr. 

"I can’t just see this 
thing die." 

She has been offered 
some help from corpora 
tions for the magazine, 
but feels that a founda¬ 
tion would be more suc¬ 
cessful in getting sup¬ 
port. 

‘in that case aid to the 
publication would be a 


tax deduction for a cor¬ 
poration. 

“A foundation is the 
only way to run an ideal¬ 
istic project like this, be¬ 
cause there’s no money in 
it as a business. 

“If I were a smart busi¬ 
ness person, I would be 
publishing pornography, 
or at least some maga¬ 
zine that could accept li¬ 
quor ads and similar ma¬ 
terial.” 

AT ONE TIME, she 
said. B.C. Magazine had 
expressed an interest in 
taking over production 
but decided it would not 
be economical. 

"I suggested a chil¬ 
dren’s section in the ex¬ 
isting magazine, but the 
answer was a survey had 
shown the readership 
was amongst the 25 to 
10 year old age group, 
and therefore children 
don’t read the maga¬ 
zine. 

"These are the homes 
where the kids are. and a 
children's section could 
Have fitted in. If there 
were something in it for 
kids they would read 
it.” 

The last issue of the 
‘ trfagazine was published" 
in June. 

“I feel strong enough to 
make a statement now," 
said Samuel, who has 
spent the intervening 
period looking for ways 
and means of keeping her 
brainchild alive, and sell¬ 
ing everything to pay off 
debts. 

“I should write to 


magazine subscribers 
and explain, but that 
alone would cost around 
$5,000. and that's money I 
just don’t have.” 

The magazine enjoyed 
a cross-Canada circula¬ 
tion. About one-third of 
the subscribers were 
teachers who used the 
magazine in the class¬ 
room. 

The magazine was the 
first Canadian magazine 
produced specifically for 
children. It contained 
sections dealing with Ca¬ 
nadian history and geo¬ 
graphy, and also dealing 
with politics, national 
issues, and individual 
problems—big problems 
such as being retarded or 
deaf, or smaller prob¬ 
lems like being fat or 
stuttering. 

CHILDREN were en¬ 
couraged to state their 
views on a number of 
issues, ranging from vio¬ 
lence in sport and the 
Mackenzie pipeline, to 
their opinions of par¬ 
ents. 

A regular feature dealt 
with children at work- 
movie actors, and chil¬ 
dren hel ping out i n fam 
ily slore/jvand another 
with th^adult world of 
work. 

Some features were 
presented in cartoon 
form, others in regular 
columns. 

But all that is over now. 
at least for the time 
being, while Samuel re¬ 
trenches, and looks for 
more secure support. 


Bishop-elect Hywel Jones 

Anglicans choose 
from own diocese 


VGH, Jubilee 
abortion rule 
split hinted 


The controversy over re- 
\ icw of abortion applications 
by hospital therapeutic 
abortion committees could 
take an interesting twist 
next w eek at a meeting of the 
Victoria General Hospital 
board, the board chairman 
said Friday. 

Theltospllal board will 
have to decide whether to 
follow past practice, and ap¬ 
prove the membership of the 
therapeutic abortion com¬ 
mittee appointed by Royal 
Jubilee Hospital, or whether 
to stick w ith its own abortion 
committee alone. 

In the past, the two general 
hospitals have each appoint¬ 
ed their own therapeutic 
abortion committees, but 
approved the membership of 
the committee appointed by 
the other hospital as well. 
The two committees have 
then been able to share the 
workload of reviewing abor¬ 
tion applications by meeting 
on alternate months and ap 
proving applications for 
abortions to be carried out at 
either hospital. 

The medical staff of the 
two hospitals is nearly iden 
tidal, particularly among 
general practitioners. 

Tlte committee at Victoria 
General, just recently ap¬ 
pointed after members of 
the previous committee re¬ 
signed. has required sub 
stantially greater proof of 
t he danger to the life or 
health of the mother, as out¬ 


lined in the Criminal Code, in 
approving applications for 
abortions, than similar com 
mittees have required in the 
past. The Royal Jubilee 
committee has continued the 
practice of approving about 
!l!l per cent of the applica¬ 
tions. 

If the Victoria General 
board approves the Royal 
Jubilee committee it will 
then have appointed two 
committees to do the same 
job. but with diametrically 
opposed viewpoints, Alan 
Patterson said Friday. 

Patterson said the VGH 
board’s quality assurance 
committee.has met with its 
therapeutic abortion com¬ 
mittee to gain a better un¬ 
derstanding of the approach 
being taken by the commit¬ 
tee, but the quality assur¬ 
ance committee will not be 
making a recommendation 
to the board next week. 

"It’s up to the whole board 
to make a decision on this." 

Patterson added that re¬ 
cent statements that VGH 
has an abortion clinic (the 
hospital previously handled 
about two-thirds of the abor¬ 
tions in the region) were un¬ 
true. The hospital has a high- 
quality day-care surgical 
unit, which proved to be a 
popular place to do abor¬ 
tions, but abortions consti¬ 
tuted only a small proportion 
of the medical procedures 
performed there, he said. 



Archdeacon Hywel Jones, 
rector of St. Mary’s Church 
in Oak Bay, is the new Angli¬ 
can bishop of the diocese 
of British Columbia. 

Jones was chosen Friday 
from 15 nominated candi¬ 
dates by 202 voting delegates 
from all parishes In the dio¬ 
cese, which covers Vancou¬ 
ver Island and the Gulf Is¬ 
lands. 

Jones was nominated in a 
previous election for the 
bishop’s post, vacated by Rt. 
Rev. F. Roy Gartrell, who is 
retiring after 10 years as 
head of the church’s affairs 
in this diocese. 

The selection was an¬ 
nounced shortly after 5 p.m.. 
after the 115 lay and 59 cleri¬ 
cal delegates each had a 
fifth ballot which gave Jones 
a simple majority. 

Anglican sources said 

th ere was "a fair amount of 

rejoicing" over the fact that 
for the first time since the 
U)20s, the synod had chosen 
someone from within the 
diocese to be its pastoral 
leader. 

Jones has been rector at 
St. Mary's since 1956. Re¬ 
garded as a traditionalist, he 
is one of the three most se¬ 
nior priests in the diocese 
and is 61 years of age. 

Jones won out over an 
Episcopal bishop from 
Northern Argentina, four 
other bishops from smaller 
Canadian dioceses, five se¬ 
nior clergymen from within 
the diocese, and three other 
clergy from outside the dio¬ 
cese. 

Born in Wales, where his 
father was chaplain to a Ca¬ 
nadian expeditionary force 
during the First World War. 
Jones moved with his family 
at an early age to Saskatche 
wan, where he graduated 
from Emmanuel Theologi¬ 
cal College. Saskatoon, in 
1942. He was ordained in Ed¬ 
monton the same year. 

He spent a number of 
years serving Alberta 
parishes before moving to 
Qualicum Beach in 1947 and 
later to Victoria, where he 
was.incumbent of the Col- 
wood-Langford parish u ntil, 
he moved-to Oak Bav. ' 


'Entire 
career 
purely 
pastoral’ 


By PAUL BENNETT 

Colonist reporter 

"I'm probably the most 
reluctant bishop you ever 
saw.” 

With those modest 
words, Hywel (pro¬ 
nounced hugh-well) 
James Jones started off a 
Colonist interview only 
hours after his election 
by the B.C. Anglican 
Synod. 

Jones, w ho looks fit and 
healthy at the grandfath- 
erly age of 61, said his 
entire career had been 
purely pastoral "and I 
can't be anything else. 
My whole connection 
with people has been 
through pastoral care." 

He said he had dis¬ 
couraged people who 
wanted to nominate him 
for the post "until about a 
month ago, when the 
pressure got too great." 

Theoretically he could 
serve nine years in the 
post before mandatory 
retirement at 70. 

Earlier, he told the 
delegates who had elect¬ 
ed him that being a bish¬ 
op "was never one of my 
great ambitions." 

He said it was all too 
easy in these days when 
people are anxious to ex¬ 
plore new ideas and new 
values to dismiss tradi¬ 
tions as old-fashioned, 
but hoped that as bishop 
he would be able to en¬ 
courage people in pa¬ 
tience, understanding 
and appreciation of other 
points of view. 

Jones told the Colonist 
he wants to visit regular¬ 
ly with the priests in the 
diocese to get an under 
standing of their prob¬ 
lems. He is dedicated to 
obtaining an understand¬ 
ing of the various view- 



Jones 

, , ,■ •rinnifwifuiiiit 


points and approaches to 
the ministry. 

"The church is a living 
thing throughout the Is¬ 
land. more than just 
buildings, it is people." 

He is interested in pro¬ 
moting ecumenism and 
said he was pleased with 
the progress made in un¬ 
derstanding between An 
glicans and their Roman 
Catholic and non-con 
formist Christian breth¬ 
ren in the past 10 to 15 
years. 

As to ordination of 
women priests—some¬ 
thing sanctioned by the 
Anglican Church in Can¬ 
ada but never carried 
out in the B.C. diocese— 
Jones said he feels the 
matter of ordination to 
the priesthood is some¬ 
thing that should be set¬ 
tled by delegates to 
synod, which will next 
meet in May. 

No date has been set for 
his installation, but it w ill 
probably be early in 
May. 

Jones said he intends to 
continue to reside in Oak 
Bay and hopes to still 
find a few rare hours off 
from his duties to keep up 
with his reading and play 
the piano. 


Royal Bank closing 
James Bay branch 


Oil I Key photo 


Tea and sympathy 


While everyone was having tea at The 
Empress, in background, unidentified 
owner of sailboat in foreground was 
wishing for high tide. Vessel ran 
aground on mud flats near West Bay 
Marina in Esquimalt about 2 p.m. Fri¬ 
day. Observers said the sailboat, head¬ 


ing for Sidney at the time, apparently 
was coming into Outer Harbor Marine 
Way, 525 Head, to wait for the tide 
change but went around a log boom 
the wrong way, ending up at about a 
45-degree angle. Tide was not sche¬ 
duled to come in until 11 p.m. 


James Bay’s population 
growth hasn't come up to the 
Royal Bank's expectations 
so it is closing its James Bay 
Plaza branch on March 31. 

Customers’ accounts, ac¬ 
cording to the Royal, will be 
transferred to other 
branches of the bank or, if 
the customer prefers, to 
other financial institutions 
in the area. They are being 
notified of fhe changes and 
alternatives, Royal added. 

The closure marks the sec¬ 
ond such in the area in the 
last six months. The Cana-" 
dian Imperial Bank of Com¬ 
merce last September closed 


its Cordova Bay brthtch. 
Then it closed two more on 
the Island — at Alert Bay 
and Sayward. 

Roger Hemeon, Royal’s 
regional manager for Van¬ 
couver Island, said in a pre¬ 
pared statement: 

“The decision to 
close . . . has been made 
with great regret and care¬ 
ful consideration over many 
months. The branch was 
opened in 1975 in anticipation 
of the construction of new 
apartment buildings in the 
James Bay area with the 
resulting increase In poten¬ 
tial hank customers. The de- 


Fraser races ferry deadline, Marguerite waits 


1 En¬ 


velopment did not occur and 
the population has remained 
relatively stable. 

"After studying popula 
lion projections and looking 
into the viability of a number 
of alternatives, including the 
operation of a smaller scale 
branch, the bank has come 
reluctantly to the conclusion 
the James Bay area cannot 
support three financial insli 
tutions." 

Hemeon went on to say 
that the staff will be trans 
ferred to other Victoria area' 
branches and that none will 
lose their jobs as a result of 
the closure. 


By JIM IlliME 

Colonist reporter 

With five days to go before 
his prnmiscd.deci.sion on the 
Seattle-Victoria ferry run. 
Transportation and High¬ 
ways Minister Alex Fraser 
has • disappeared" until 
next Wednesday. 

Fraser, the man respon 
sible for B.C. Steamship 
Company and its lone vessel, 
the Princess Marguerite. 
has promised a decision on 
Iter replacement before the 
end of January. 

January ends on Thurs¬ 
day. the day after Fraser 
gets back to Victoria from 
wherever he is now. „ 

Whether he will have his 
answer on time appears 
questionable in the late 


going. Shipping experts say 
there are maybe half a dozen 
passenger ships scattered 
around the world which 
could satisfactorily replace 
the Marguerite. 

But they add that only one 
could be brought to Victoria 
and prepared in time for this 
summer's run scheduled to 
start in May. 

The ong vessel capable of 
replacing the Marguerite 
and boosting her passenger 
load of 180.000 visitors to 
Victoria last year is the 
Queen of Surrey. 

And the Surrey, at this 
point, is in the Burrard ship¬ 
yard in Vancouver being 
torn apart internally and re¬ 
vamped for the Port Hardy 


Priirce Rupert northern 
run. 

Fraser’s problem is not an 
enviable one. It has been 
faced but never answered by 
four cabinet ministers be¬ 
fore him. 

Jack Davis had the Mar¬ 
guerite dropped in his lap, 
but failed to come up with a 
solution. Grace McCarthy 
couldn’t find the answer. 
Nor could Elwood Veitch or 
Don Phillips. 

Last year the Social Credit 
caucus, meeting in Rich¬ 
mond. didn't find the deci¬ 
sion on a replacement for the 
Marguerite difficult at all. 
All 30 of the Socred MLAs 
present plumped for the Sur¬ 
rey. 

Phillips, when he was nr-. 


OPINION 


sponsible for the Mar¬ 
guerite. agreed with that de¬ 
cision, and promised “an 
announcement” just before 
he left for Japan and Korea 
last fall. The announcement 
never came. 

Fraser w as supposed to be 
with Phillips when the an¬ 
nouncement was made, but 
declined comment after 
Phillips left for the Orient. 
He said he couldn't make a 
statement until Phillips re¬ 
turned. 

; When Phillips did return 


he was back in Victoria for 
two brief weeks and then off 
again, this time for China. 

Fraser waited. 

Phillips returned to Vic¬ 
toria again, but again only 
briefly. 

Shortly before Christmas 
he left for his annual vaca¬ 
tion in Hawaii. In between 
trips he had lost control of 
the Marguerite to Fraser. 

Fraser waited. 

All he would say was that a 
search was on for a replace¬ 
ment, that the only positive 


decision was that the Mar¬ 
guerite had made her last 
trip but that a decision on her 
replacement would be made 
“before the end of Janu 
/ary,"--- 

The crux of the problem 
lies with the B.C. Ferry 
Corp., owner of the Surrey. 
The corporation says the 
ship is their ship and they are 
determined to run her be¬ 
tween Port Hardy and 
Prince Rupert, even though 
she does not have the dock 
ing facilities to handle her on 
the north-central coast. 

On the day Phillips and 
Fraser were to make their 
joint announcement that the 
Surrey would be the Mar¬ 
guerite's replacement, the 
board of directors was called 


together by Fraser to ac¬ 
quaint them with the deci¬ 
sion. 

The board members 
threatened Fraser with 
wholesale resignations if he 
stripped them of the Surrey 
without a replacement for 
the north. 

In the face of that threat, 
he and Phillips backed down, 
and the fate of the Seattle- 
Victoria run once again hung 
in the balance. 

Premier Bennett entered 
the struggle for the Surrey 
late last year when he asked 
Finance Minister Hugh 
Curtis to chair a three-man 
cabinet team to find a solu¬ 
tion. On the team were Edu¬ 
cation Minister Brian Smith 
and Fraser. 


Fraser said, again, dipt a 
decision would be made be 
fore the end of January. 

In the meantime, the Mar¬ 
guerite, which will show a 
$250,000 clear profit when 
the books are made public 
later this year ($600,000 if 
you mtt money earmarked 
for anhual paint and spruce 
up back in the pot), lies cold 
and silent at her Belleville 
Street dock. 

And a few miles away the 
Surrey every day gets a little 
further away from being the 
ideal, easy replacement. 

Fraser will be back in town 
late Wednesday night or 
early Thursday morning. 
Just in time to meet his self- 
imposed deadline. If he 
can. 




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on insurance law at 7:30 p.m. 
Tuesday in Saanich-Vicloria 
Branch Library, 3300 Blan- 
shard. Register by contact¬ 
ing Law Centre, phone 388- 
1510. 

MUSEUM 

Museum staff member 
Greg Leans will give illus 
trated talk on Light Great 
Museums and Their Collec- 



L'CVV Presbyterial annual 
meeting Monday in St. 
Aidan's Church, 1091 Broad- 
mead, Kegistration from 10- 
10:30 a,m„ bring bag lunch. 

PARTY 

Chinese New Year parly at 
1:50 p.m. Monday in Oak Bay 
Seniors' Activity Centre, 
1113 Monterey. Lntertain- 
ment by Sherry Black danc¬ 
ers and Pearson College stu 
dents. Admission. $1. 
includes refreshments. 

NAVY LEAGUE 

l.adies Auxiliary. Navy 
League of Canada. Victoria 
Branch, meets at 8 p.m. 
Monday in Rainbow Bar¬ 
racks. Macaulay Point. 


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LIVING 

Page 21 /Saturday, January 26, 1980 


Crystal 
tropics 
‘icing 
on cake’ 


Victorians will soon be able to stroll, sip tea or have 
a drink surrounded by one of the most luxuriant indoor 
jungles this side of Paradise. 

After months of work, the Crystal Garden's exotic 
indoor garden is almost complete al a cost of about $75.- 
000 . 

' Opening March 28, the garden features $12,000 
worth of tropical trees and plants. 500 cubic yards of 
topsoil at $15,000. and about $19,000 for a menagerie of 
brilliantly-colored exotic birds and lizards. 

And perhaps I he most exotic and welcome feature 
of all —organic pesticides and biological controls — 
will be used to keep the garden pest-free. 

The entire building at Douglas and Belleville 
Streets — shops, restaurants, an ice cream parlor — 
was renovated over the last two years at a cost of $2.75 
million, just below the estimated cost five years ago. 

“It was very much a community project, and in t 
terms of things to see and do in Victoria, this is the icing 
on the cake,” Finance Minister Hugh Curtis said in an 
interview. 

The entire government-funded attraction is intend¬ 
ed to carry itself like any other business. 

Curtis said the building will be open to Ihe public- 
free of charge the week following its March 28 open 
ing. 

Afterwards, the admissions will be $2 for adults, $1 
for students ti to 16. and children under 6 with an adull 
for free. Senior citizens will gel in free from Nov. 1 to 
March 31, and will pay $2 from April 1 lo Oct. 31. 
A seasonal pass arrangement is being considered, 
Curtis said. 

Curtis said Ihe credit for getting the bull rolling on 
the building's reconstruction goes to forrtfiT*Victoria 
MLA Sam Bawlf. 

The garden has cascading streams and pools, and a 
waterfall that plunges over rocks. (The rocks are made 
of fibreglass.) 

There are real rocks, tail weeping trees, hanging 
ferns, flowering plants, and a fountain that will be fin¬ 
ished when carp are added to Ihe basin. 

A pathway leads around the entire garden, connect 
ed by a curved bridge decorated with Victorian lattice- 
work. 

The Garden's old swimming pool is now filled with 
landscaped topsoil, and the bleacher area has also been 
filled with soil and banked to achieve a valley effect. 

The Garden's upper level has a ballroom, a tea 
room with kentia palms and rattan furniture, and 
umbrellas on the tables for sun-shy drinkers. 

A cocktail lounge on the upper level is planned for 
sometime in the future. 

Curtis said the government would like suggestions 
from the public for a name for the restored dance-floor 
space of the main ballroom, "something to reflect its 
function as a multi-purpose area for meetings, displays, 
dancing." 

Suggestions should be sent to the Provincial Capital 
Commission, 1002 Wharf St., V8W ITt. 

The garden's north end will feature flamingoes in a 
water environment and a pair of hyacinth macaws 
now being trained by Victoria bird expert Don Adams, 
who helped design the aviaries. 

The flamingoes were donated by the San Diego Zoo, 
Adams said, and all birds in the Crystal Garden were 
obtained from either U.S. or Canadian suppliers. 

Adams, former Victoria SPCA secretary manager, 
is the garden’s curator. His employer is the Provincial 
Capital,Commission, which owns the building and oper 
ates under the finance ministry. 

Adams is training the highly precocious macaws to 
stay in one general vicinity without a cage. The I'lamin- 



Victorian-style 
bridge in Crystal 
Garden’s indoor 
garden curves over 
meandering stream 
near waterfall 
source 


goes won't wander from their poolside because they re¬ 
quire sure, even footing. 

Al the garden's south end are small exotic finch-like 
birds and a variety of lizards, all in glass cages with 
simulated natural habitats. 

"Our intention is not only to show the birds but to 
breed them," Adams said, pointing lo a blue roselia 
already nesting in a hole in the rock. 

Lizards include iguanas, Mexican beaded lizards. 
Gila monsters, lava lizards, and chuckwallas, a lizard 
that eats buds and flowers. 

The tropical plants were bought in pots from three 
Vancouver wholesalers and then transplanted, said 
head gardener Rex Murfitt. formerly with the Univer¬ 
sity of Victoria. 

Prices were negotiated for major specimens and 
the rest were publicly tendered. 


Finance minister 
Hugh Curtis and car¬ 
penter l)el Porteous 
look with admiration 
on nearly-completed 
garden. 


The topsoil was obtained from the Goldstrcam area 
and mixed with peat, bark, sand and manure. 

Murfitt is responsible for development and main¬ 
tenance of the garden; exterior landscaping, and liaison 
with local garden societies. 

The indoor garden's average nighttime tempera¬ 
ture is 62. Ventilation is provided by ridge-vents con¬ 
trolled by thermostatically-engaged electric motors, 
with backup generator and manual systems. 

Murfitt said the garden is roughly divided into 
three main areas. The north end is the "jungle," the 
central part is the palm area, and the south end is the 
Australasian area with flowering shrubs and trees. 

One of Murfitt's biggest challenges was the ques¬ 
tion of pesticides. Most commercial greenhouses use 
generous quantities of the stuff, but biological controls 
arc coming into their own. 


Murfitt said. "I'm using biological controls inte¬ 
grated with the new soap insecticides which aren't new. 
realjy; just resurging. The soap insecticides are more 
expensive, but they're organic and safe. 

“In biological control, we ll use things like lade 
bugs and insects that eat white flies and other pests. ’ 

"In this garden, we have lo live with birds and 
people too.” 

George Giles, chief executive officer of the Provin¬ 
cial Capital Commission, said. "One common factor is 
the enthusiasm of everyone concerned, workers and 
staff, who have all worked long hours. 

"The building marks a new direction for the commis¬ 
sion, from being a distributor of grant money to the 
municipalities, to pursuing an active developmental 
role with government properties in the capital re 
gion." 


Story 

by Stephen Hume 
Photos 

by Alex Barta 



Carp will swim in 
basin of this fountain 
which is in public cir¬ 
culation area along¬ 
side benches and 
walkway. 



Glass-caged green iguana in 
natural habitat looks mean but 
is gentle creature. 



Head gardener Rex 
murfitt with staghorn 
fern that will be pro¬ 
tected from pests by 
natural controls. 


Hyacinth macaws, cu¬ 
rious about camera 
lens of Colonist pho¬ 
tographer Alex Barta, 
will be feature of in¬ 
-door garden. 



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22 THE COLONIST, Sat., January 26, 1980 


LIVING 


ANN LANDERS 


Celebration Sherlockian style 


Dear Ann Landers: I ran 

across something I would 
like to share with all the 
wonderful people who read 
> our column. This piece w as 
reprinted in The Ohio Mason 
and signed. "Author Un¬ 
known." 

There is so much common 
sense here it could save a lot 
of grief if enough people 
would only take it to heart 

Thank you for your con¬ 
sideration. — Lufkin, Tex., 
\nn Fan 

Dear Fan: I appreciate 
your sending the essay on. I 
agree, it is loaded with com¬ 
mon sense. Now let’s hope 
my readers will learn from 
il. 

THE ENEMY 

I am more powerful than 
the combined armies of the 
world. I have destroyed 
more men than all fhe wars 
of all nations. I massacre 
thousands of people every 
year. I am more deadly than 
bullets, and I have wrecked 
more homes than a cabal of 
i l»e world’s most sensuous 
women. 

(Jn the United States alone. 
I steal over $500 million each 
>gar I spare no one. and I 
fmd victims among the rich 
aid poor alike, the young 
and old, the strong and weak. 
Widows know me to their 
everlasting sorrow. I loom 
up in such proportions that I 
cast my shadow over every 

fiulH itf jahur 

I lurk in unseen places and 
do most of my work silently. 
You are warned against me, 
yet, you heed me not. 1 am 
relentless, merciless and 
cruel. I am everywhere—in 
the home, on the streets, in 


Carelessness 
mankind’s 
worst enemy 


the factory, at railroad 
crossings, on land, in the air 
and on the sea. 

1 bring sickness, degrada 
tion and death, yet few seek 
me out to destroy me. I 
crush. I maim, I will give you 
nothing and 1 may rob you of 
everything you have. 

I am your worst enemy—I 
am CARELESSNESS. 

Dear Ann Landers: My 

parents fought like cats and 
dogs, and finally they got a 
divorce last year. My father 
has a girlfriend who is only 
three years older than I am 
It's really embarrassing. He 
spends all his spare time 
with her. so I don’t get to see 
him much. He has visiting 
privileges but never uses 
them. 

Mom works a double shift 
and comes home dead tired. 
She gets extra pay for work 
ing weekends, and we really 
need liie money. So i never 
get to see her to talk about 
things that matter to me. 

I have gone to my guid¬ 
ance counsellor at school so 
much this year I hate to take 
anv more of her time. Please 


tell me what to do. I really 
need someone older who will 
listen to me and give me 
some guidance. — All Alone 

Dear Alone: Show your 
mother this letter and tell 
her you wrote it. I’ll bet she 
w ill make some time for you. 
Go back to the school coun¬ 
sellor, if you need to. That's 
what she's there for. And 
don’t forget about me, Toots. 
I’m here for you, too. 

Dear Ann Landers: I just 
broke my third engagement. 
I think I must be a mental 
case. All three men were 
respectable, had good posi¬ 
tions and cared deeply for 
me. I am 33 years old and 
want to be married more 
than anything in the world. I 
realize I have a problem, 
Ann. Can you help me over¬ 
come it? — Hung Up In Tren¬ 
ton 


MONTREAL (CP) — 
Using their powers of deduc- 
tion—just as Sherlock 
Holmes himself would have 
done—fans of the famous 
British sleuth have conclud¬ 
ed that Holmes still lives. 

How could he be dead, 
after all, when his obituary 
never appeared in The 
Times ? 

So it was in a festive mood 
that a group of Holmes' fans 
recently gathered this month 
in nearby Como, Quo.. to 
celebrate the detective's 
126th birthday. 

Of course, the famous in¬ 
vestigator himself wasn't 
present. But standing in for 
him was Wilfrid dc Freitas, 
head and co-founder of The 
Bi-Metallic Question, the 
Sherlock Holmes Society of 
Montreal and one of several 
hundred such groups across 
North America. 

"Each society is named 
for a reference in the 60 
Holmes stories,” says de 
Freitas. 

The Montreal group, 
founded last May, takes its 
namefrom The Adventure of 
the Bruce-Partington Plans, 
which talks of Holmes' 
brother Mycroft, an expert 
on Canada and the bi-metal¬ 
lic question. 

"That’s the old debate on 
whether a country should 
circulate both gold and sil¬ 
ver coins at the same time," 
explained de Freitas. 

So just what do Holmes 
society members do? 

One of the first obligations 
of a Sherlock Holmes society 
is to celebrate his birthday, 

Ian ft in.nromip ^hnrlm»l>i in 


i uiKfi A m one ot ancnocK noimes tans nnojomca society out 01 curiosity 


really want to be married or 
are you just afraid of being 
single? You need to open up 
to a professional who can 
help you unmask your (gars. 
I know of no mail-order solu¬ 
tion, dear. 


Exciting changes are happening 
at your Island resort... 


fashion. 

The members of the Mon 
treal society did just that, 
gathering with a flurry of 
tweed jackets and the deer¬ 
stalker caps that have be¬ 
come a Sherlock Holmes 
trademark 

"The best thing about the 
society is that il is entirely 
trivial," says de Freitas. 

"We get together for pure 


enjoyment and relaxation. 
There's no taint of money or 
• (HV?»uifcirt*«T5 iiicir is w icii 
many other pastimes such as 
stamp collecting." 

Most society members 
have read all the Sherlock 
Holmes stories, which they 
believe the detective wrote, 
with Sir Arthur Conan Doyle 
acting only as literary 
agent. 

They have seen Holmes 
films, both old and new, and 
at their bi-monthly meetings 


they discuss Holmes' adven- 
tures and the writings on the 
writings. * 

Sometimes there are 
quizzes to test their powers 
of deduction. 

Men and women from all 
lines of work belong to the 
society, but curiously, 
enough, not one of them is a 
detective—although high 
school student John Pollock 
just might wind up as a 
sleuth one day. 

“It wouldn’t be hard w ith 


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all the modern equipment," 
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- iully shuns iilrr .mine Ttit T 

day as the famous investiga¬ 
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Pollock joined the society 
"out of curiosity," after 
reading a Holmes book bor¬ 
rowed from a friend. 

"I like the way Holmes 
uses his mind," says the 
young man who describes 
the detective’s deductions as 
"fascinating. " But he 
admits that his friends find 
his interest "a bit strange." 

Peter Bastian, a dentistry 
student, finds the detective 
entertaining and education¬ 
al. 

"lie was the father of fo- 


wiicir I -vuift 

of observer 
way he'con 


rensic medicine. It some 
times makes me feel inferior 

wmptrrxJ mV 

tion to his, to the 
ould figure things 
out. 

”1111 partial to his ability 
to examine cigarette ash." 

Lt.-Col. Robert North, an 
aeronautical engineer with 
Canadair. says reading 
Sherlock Holmes is one way 
to increase powers of obser 
vation and to appreciate the 
power of the mind. 

But more than that, he 
thinks Holmes is “the epito¬ 
me of w hat any thinking man 
should be: intelligent, coura 
geous, ethical, selfless, mas¬ 
ter of his own fate." 


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LIVING/MEDICAL 


THE COLONIST, Sat., January 26, I960 23 



At 90 pounds, 


Brown 
won't be beaten 


Amy suffers rare disease 


Eating binge keeps her alive 


JACKSON, N.J. (AH) - Eigh- 
teen-year-old Amy Brown eats a 
dozen onus for breakfast and two 
steaks for luneh to keep her weight 
up to 90 pounds And doctors say 
there is little she can dp about her 
metabolic disorder—except keep 
eating. 

The teenaper suffers from 
malabsorption, an unusual syn¬ 
drome that requires her to eat 
almost hourly to replace lost po¬ 
tassium in her body. Her food bills 
take $170 a week out of her father's 
$12,000 annual salary. 

Her mother. Lois Brown, -to, 
says only help from friends and 
civic groups keeps the family 
afloat. 

"Aside from the food bills, 
we have to pay gas and elec¬ 


tric," she said in a recent inter¬ 
view. "We have two refrigerators 
downstairs for Amy. We don’t like 
accepting charity, but we never 
know' what tomorrow may 
bring." 

Doctors say malabsorption, 
which usually, afflicts younger 
children, can strike a range of fats 
or vitamins needed to keep the 
body's system in balance. A faulty 
valve in Miss Brown s kidney is 
releasing almost all the potassium 
in her system, and the doctors say 
there is little Miss Brown can 4o 
except take potassium supple¬ 
ments and eat. 

Miss Brown is weak unless 
she eats constantly. She has diffi¬ 
culty lifting herself out of a bath¬ 
tub. 


"I've been in and out of all 
the hospitals." said Miss Brown, 
who cannot work and is tutored at 
home. 

Meanwhile, her meals equal 
those of four adults. For break¬ 
fast, she consumes a dozen eggs, 
fried, potatoes and often a whole 
can of Spam. Lunch is the equiva¬ 
lent of two steaks, two vegetables, 
potatoes and at least two glasses of 
soda. 

It is not the life she had as 
an energetic 13-year-old. 

'll was healthy then," she 
said. "1 did everything—playing 
tennis, wrestling, beating up the 
boys. 1 was a tomboy." 

The illness struck at 11, when 
she suddenly slumped over her 
desk in school. At 15, her appetite 


Increased dramatically, but her 
weight dropped to about 100 
pounds from 132 pounds. 

The doctors predict Miss 
Brown's condition will change, for 
better or worse, as her body com¬ 
pletes maturity in the next few 
years. If she loses her appetite and 
recoups her ability to gain weight, 
she won't eat as much—and that 
might result in a potassium defi¬ 
ciency. 

But Miss Brown says she’s 
not going to give up. 

"I wanted to become a cop, 
but that’s definitely out of the 
question. I may want to be a secre¬ 
tary or possibly a singer. I want to 
also have children. I’m not going to 
let this beat me.” 






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Dear Dr. Donohue: I have 
had “bulloUN pemphigoid” 
ever since 1971. Adermatolo- 
nisi told me this is a rare skin 
disorder He said the cause is 
unknown and the reason it 
returns every year is that 
my body doesn't like my 
skin. Can you tell me more 
about this? — !\flrs. D.R. 

Bullous pemphigoid 
(IT.M-fih-govd) is mainly a 
. problem of the elderly. Blis¬ 
ters are the characteristic 
sign. 

Tlie blisters may appear” 
anywhere, hut the abdomen, 
letfs and arms are the usual 
places for them. The cause is 
unknown, but I like your doc¬ 
tor's explanation: “Your 
body doesn't like your 
skin.” 

What he means is that your 
body has its signals crossed 
up after all these years, 
now thinks >our skin is nofits 
own. So it is making antibo¬ 
dies against it. It's l>ke a dog 
chasing its tail./The same 
thing happens ynen a donat- 
—~gd organ is wheeled by the 
b«^fiy of a pjM'son in w hum it is 
transplanted. It recognizes 


Your Good Health 


the organ is not its own and 
acts accordingly. 

Prednisone, which 1 sus 
peel you arc taking for this, 
is the only treatment. This 
helps the body over its bit of 
confusion. 

I'll have to remember your 
doctor's expression. I hope 
ne nriccimn mfflfiy stearffig 
it for futfllio use. 

Deafer. Donohue: For 
quit/a while I have had a 
burning sensation in my 
mputh that sometimes feels 
though I have been scald 

1 Also, my longue is quite 
red. I am X2 I am told this is 
emotional, but I have had it 
so long that I cannot accept 
that. It's just this biller 
burning all the time. I do 
hope you can suggest some¬ 
thing because it is driving 
me up the wall. — M.M.L. 

I'm afraid all I can do is 
offer a couple of suggestions 


you might want to follow up 
on. 

A burning, red tongue is 
seen often in deficiencies of 
riboflavin and niacin (B vi 
lamins). It i^-also a sign of 
some anemias (blood prob 
lems). Certain fungus infer 
lions can produce a burning 
-sensation ttfth'e tongue. Fin 
ally, there are cases where 
no cause is ever found. This 
is especially true of older 
persons, and 1 hope vours is 
not one of those. 

If it's any comfort, you are 
not alone. I receive a lot of 
mail from older readers w ith 
the problem. I suspect much 
of it might be traced to poor 
eating habits older persons 
often fall into. 

Dear Dr. Donohue: Can 
children get divertieulosis? 
What would the symptoms 
be? - Mrs. T.K. 

It is uncommon, but it can 
happen. There is a form ol 


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this problem found in chil¬ 
dren called Meckel’s divert! 
culum. Unlike the adult form 
it is more of a developmental 
quirk than the result of di 
gestive problems. 

The diverticulum (out 
pouching from the intestinal 
wall) occurs near the open 
ing to the large intestine. If 
the symptoms become se¬ 
vere, the pain of Meckel’s 
diverticulum can mimic ap 
pendicitis. This problem 
may exist as early as in¬ 
fancy and not nfake Ttsetr 
known until adulthood. 
About 60 per cent of the cases 
are discovered before age 
10, however. In severe cases, 
the bowel section can be re¬ 
moved surgically. 


Filters 

overrated 

OTTAWA (CP) — The 
health department says to¬ 
bacco filters may do little or 
nothing to reduce carbon 
monoxide levels in ciga¬ 
rettes. 

David Bray, head of tobac¬ 
co control, said that smokers 
using filtered cigarettes 
—may inhale— more : -■ - 

monoxide than those using 
non-filtered brands. 

Carbon monoxide has been 
linked with heart and res¬ 
piratory diseases and poor 
fetal development. 


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FRENCH IMMERSION 

Beginning in September. 1980. School District No. 
63 (Saanich) will offer a French Immersion Pro¬ 
gram at the Kindergarten and Gradf* 1 levels providing 
there is sufficient enrolment. 

Basically immersion implies a. classroom in which 
instruction is given in French by a bi-lingual teacher who 
is a native speaker ot French or who has acquired 
natural fluency in the French language. 

With each successive year a larger proportion of 
the curriculum is taught in English until a balance is 
reached between the time devoted to instruction in 
each language 

Parents should note that no special transportation 
allowance will be provided. 

Before deciding in which school the program is to 
be located it is nuqepsary to have additional information 
regarding prospective students. It you plan to enrol your 
child in the program, please complete the form below 
and return it by Friday. February 15. 1980 to: 

D R Smyth. 

Distric t Superintendent of Schools. 

School District No. 63 (Saanich). 

P.O. Eox 2010. 

Sidney, B.C., V8L 3S4 

SCHOOL DISTRICT No. 63 (SAANICH) 

ENROLMENT FORM - FRENCH IMMERSION PROGRAM 

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Address..*. 

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Month' Day Year™ - ** 

Check Grade, September. 1980 

Grade I . Kindergarten 

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a great combination 


21 THE COLONIST, Sal., January 26, I960 


FEATURES 


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PA YOFF 
PUZZLE 


THIS WEEK'S PRIZE IS $850.00 


THE ACES 


IRA G CORN. JR 


"To whom can riches give 
repute, or trust, 

Content, or pleasure, but 
the good and just?" - Alex¬ 
ander Pope 

In today’s interesting 
game, declarer’s trump suit 
was as rich as one could 
want. Nevertheless, careless 
play reduced the suit to 
nothing and declarer lost a 
makable game. 

East opened a light hand 
in third seat and. after 
North showed reasonable 
values, South gambled out 
the spade game 
West led a heart and 
dummy’s heart 10 went to 
East’s jack as declarer 
ruffed A diamond was led 
to dummy's queen and the 
jack of spades was led for a 
losing finesse West led 
another heart, forcing 
declarer to ruff again and 
declarer drew the remain¬ 
ing trumps, leaving him 
with only one trump 
Too late now. declarer 
started the club suit, but the 
rich trump suit had already 
been decimated East won 
the ace and another heart 
lead forced declarer to use 
his last trump Now declar¬ 
er was left with only nine 
tricks and could never 
develop a club for the game 
going trick 

The play to the first three 
tricks was good enough, but 
when declarer was forced to 
ruff a second heart, he 
should not have drawn 

trUSipu • |^ c * o ol j Ko chftnl j 

have knocked out one club 
honor and. when he was 
forced to ruff a third heart, 
he should have knocked out 
the other club honor 
The trump nine would be 


NORTH 12-31-A 

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*K 10 6 

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♦ J 1082 


WEST 

EAST 

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4642 

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♦ K 6 5 

♦ A 7 4 

SOUTH 


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V - - - 


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Both Dealer 

Wesl. The bidding 

West North 

East South 

Pass Pass 

1V 14 

2 V 2 NT 

Pass 4 4 

Pass Pass 

Pass 


Opening lead Trey oi 
hearts 


standing by in dummy to 
guard againsl another heart 
iead and declarer would 
have time to draw the 
trumps and make his game 
True, the winning play 
requires a 3-3 split in clubs 
against a perfect defense 
Even so. some chance for 
success is better than none, 
and declarer should have 
found the winning play. 


Bid w ith Corn 
South holds: 12-31-B 

♦ A Q 10 8 7 6 

V 

♦ K J 109 

♦ Q93 

South North 

14 2 4 

3 4 3 4 

~ _ __ 

ANSWER: Four hearts Cue 
bid the void suit This promts 
es first round control agrees 
on spades and suggests a slam 
if partner can oiler a control 
in clubs 


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all the correct answers plus 
some you will have to elimi¬ 
nate • 

3. You need not be a sub¬ 
scriber to this newspaper in 
order to enter. You may sub¬ 
mit as many entries as you 
wish on the entry blank print¬ 
ed in this newspaper or 
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cepted 

4. Anyone is Eligible to enter 
this contest except em¬ 
ployees (and members ol 
their families) of Victoria 
Press Ltd. 

5. All entries MUST be 
mailed and bear a postmark 
The paper is not responsible 
for entries lost or delayed in 
Ihe mail Entries for each 
week's contesl not received 
tor judging by 12 noon Ihe 
following Wednesday are not 
eligible 

6. To qualify you must write 
your answer to one ot the 
clues on Ihe outside of the 
envelope See coupon for in- 
:.tractions 

7. Prevue will award the cur¬ 
rent prize to the contestant 
who sends in- an all correct 
solution If more than one all 
correct solution is received 
the prize money will be shared 
equally II no all correct solu¬ 
tion is received. $50 will be 
added to the following week s 
prize. 

8 . There is only one correct 
solution to each puzzle and 
only the correct answer can 
win The decision ot the 
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judges decision All entries 
become the property ol Pre¬ 
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awarded to a family unit 

9. Everyone has the same 
opportunity to win for EVERY 
QUALIFIED ENTRY WILL BE 
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necessary. 

10. Entries must be mailed 
to Prevue Payoff Puzzle. Vic¬ 
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Victoria. B C V8W 2N4 One 
entry per envelope 

11. Prevue reserves Ihe 
right to correct any typo¬ 
graphical errors which may 
appear during the puzzle 
game 

12. Puzzle clues may be ab¬ 
breviated and such words as 
AN. THE and A omitted. 


PREVUE PAYOFF PUZZLE is the intriguing word puzzle game the whole family 
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THIS CROSSWORD is not a draw. It tests your knowledge of words and pays off 
for EVERY correct solution. Ail you have to do is complete each of the words in a 
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PLEASE NOTE: EACH ENTRY MUST BE IN A SEPARATE ENVELOPE 


CLUES ACROSS 

4. A really good one is apt to 
be njuch admired in gen¬ 
eral. 

6. Being —, people may 
possibly feel less need to 
be on their best behavior 
with one another. 

8. Opposite of frugal. 

9. Perhaps a suitable place 
to go and eat one's snack 
lunch, say. 

11. Type of soil. 

12. Parents don't necessar¬ 
ily appreciate the merit 
of a clever — 

13. In a melodrama, such a 
character may be a pic¬ 
ture of smooth villainy. 

16. A man may still remem¬ 
ber how, as a boy, he 
once saw a horse —. 

17. In the garden, you may 
eradicate an insect — 
with ant powder or some¬ 
thing. 

19. Stop work for a while. 

23. A serious minded young¬ 
ster may see the world of 
pop music as — and un¬ 
real. 

24. It's a melody. 

CLUES DOWN 

1. Some people seem quick 
to find the flaws in — 
stories. 

2. A — can be quite rous¬ 
ing. 

3. An archery enthusiast 
might treat himself to a 

— bow. 

4. It might be finished in a 
few hours. 

5. In the open, it’s perhaps 
hard to judge from how 
far away the sound of a 

— comes. 

7. The opposite of night. 

10. The two of them. 

14. It’s been known for per 
sons to — under interro¬ 
gation. 

15. An easygoing man might 
be quite happy to live in a 

— indefinitely. 

18. In a sense, part of a gar¬ 
ment. 

19. Reddish corrosion of 
metal. 

20. Go round like a top. 


21. You wouldn’t foresee a 
sloppy individual ever 


becoming a —. 
22. Far from high. 


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BATTLE 

BEACH 

BENCH 

BOSS 

BOTH 

BOTTLE 

BOY 

CLAMOROUS 

COP 

DAY 

DEFECTIVE 


WORD LIST 

DETECTIVE NEST 
DIE NEW 

FOP OILY 

GLAMOROUS PEST 
HUT RELATED 

LIE RELAXED 

LOAM REST 

LOW RUST 

MARCH RUT 

MATCH SCREAM 


SEAM 


SEAT 


SHOD 


SHOT 


SHOW 


SPIN- 


STREAM 


TOY 


TINE 


WASTERS 


WIEY 


YEW 


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BOX 300. 

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IMPORTANT 

TO QUALIFY WRITE your 

ANSWER TO "6 ACROSS" 

ON THE OUTSIDE OF 
YOUR ENVELOPE 


AOORESS 


PRONE 


No registered letter*, or letter* without the required 1 7 cent* postage will 
be accepted for judging in thi* contest. 


PAYOFF PUZZLE- 

Correct Answers to Last Week's Puzzle 




— A 


CLUES ACROSS 


6. CAPITALISM not capitalist. In “sweeping" terms, 
CAPITALISM as a broad concept is more apt than 
an individual capitalist. 

7. STAMPS not stumps. “With care” suggests a more 
delicate operation than the removal of stumps 
(normally with some power or violence). 

8. HORSE not house. Certain houses might be consi¬ 
dered eyesores. 

12. GAIN not gait. This usage of "go far” means to 
prosper in life, as by GAIN, rather than simply to 
walk a long way. 

15. SAY not saw. Since it is words that you “note 
down.” SAY is more directly apt than saw. 

17. PUSH not gush or rush. Characteristically, one 
gushes effusively, or rushes headlong; it is to PUSH, 
rather, that is the sort of thing one can tend to do 
just "a little." 

18. COKE not cake. You need “a suitable place" for the 
fuel, COKE. It’s all right to keep cake practically 
anywhere handy; it’s more a question of needing a 
suitable container. 

20. CALL not fall. The belittling tone of the phrase; 
"has only to,” suits CALL better, since a fall may be 
serious. Also, the phrase In question applies to 
something done with intent. 

23. LONE not long. Since it stands to reason, anyway, 
that a “feat of endurance" must be long, "LONE" is 
the more contributive word to put in. 


CLUES DOWN: 


1. MATTERS not batters. Why batters, specifically, 
when all baseball MATTERS are of interest io 
fans? 

2. FIRMS not films, The clue is more necessarily 
true of FIRMS Films may be amateur, or "success¬ 
ful" In the artistic sense without much commercial 
profit. 

3. LASS not lads. One would associate chivalry with 
gallantry towards a LASS rather than helpfulness 
towards lads. Also, it is for a LASS, rather, that the 
loneliness of the road could tend to heighten pre¬ 
dicament. 

4. WISH not fish. Merely to sit and WISH (i.e., not to do 
anything) is certainly contrary to being a go-getter, 
who may nevertheless like to sit and fish occasion¬ 
ally for relaxation. 

5. GIVE not dive. "There arc people . . ." (this 
suggesting certain types, a small minority) who are 
apt to make a show of their generosity when they 
GIVE, but there is something characteristically 
ostentatious about stylish diving. A flourish is a 
brief gesture; one cannot live with a flourish. 

9. KITS not bits. Bits would be for drilling holes, 
rather than for general "woodworking," like KITS 
of carpentry tools or assemble-it-yourself KITS. 

13. PRINTER not painter. The idea of "quality or work 
turned out" strikes a practical note; this suits 
PRINTER better than a painter (artist). 

14. TRIPPER not trapper. The clue is more aptly said 
of one who has absented himself voluntarily, for 
pleasure (TRIPPER). Why should a trapper not be 
entirely glad to get back? 


FISHER 
STOVES 
NOW ON 
SALE 

VANCOUVER 
ISLAND 
STOVE SHOP | 

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(LANGFORD) VICTORIA. B C 
Highway 1A. behind Westwmd| 
Motof Inn 

478-0322 
CLOSED MONDAYS 

7 25J 


SUPER BUYS 


“THE AMC 
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THE COLONIST, Sat., January 26, 1980 


ENTERTAINMENT 


(C-F/tXIOTO) 


Belfry offers season’s best to date 


proudly presents 


what's needed for the pro¬ 
duction. Terry Gunvnrdahl 
did the lighting, which in¬ 
cluded an effective simula¬ 
tion of clouds. 

This one should go in your 
calendar as a “must sec." 


decade. Benedict and 
Ziegler too, arc so right as to 
be dismissed as simply won¬ 
derful. And right up there too 
are Florence Paterson’s 
Mother and Peter Brocking- 
lon's Drumm—who mixes 
prudishness with wry wit— 
and Bill Hosie as dim child 
hood buddy, Oliver. 

Perhaps it is quibbling, but 
Margaret Barton plays her 
Mrs. Prynne a bit loo deli¬ 
berately and overly elderly 
for anyone listening too 
closely to the script. Nancy 
Palk as a town tart, charm¬ 
ingly referred to as The Yel¬ 
low'Peril by the anxious 
town fellows, is a bit too 
superior, when she ought to 
have mixed an affected 
wordliness with a crude vul¬ 
nerability. 

Ken MacDonald's kitchen 
set. framed by platforms for 
the outdoor scenes, is just 


THE ’ Y 

MARTIN 

VAN 

QUARTET 


Charlie (Lawrence Bene¬ 
dict) returns to the Irish 
council house of his youth to 
settle the affairs of his dead 
father or Da (Bernard 
Behrens), who is still very 
much alive in his imagina¬ 
tion as are the rest of the 
figures—including his youn¬ 
ger self (Joe Ziegler)—from 
earlier years. 


The Play: Da by Hugh Leonard 

The Players: The Belfry theatre company 

The Theatre: The Belfry 

The Dates : Tonight through Feb. 9. Mondays dark. 


by JIM GIBSON 


It isn't often that you sit in 
a theatre praying that the 
house lights will never go 


B|> iWM Mr. W wM MlintaM 
S.tufd.y., r.. lurmg IS. mu. re 
McMorran's ar# known for. A Mai- 
'"9 lira in toe huge grand# fireplace 
a<Ma to Bruce # friendly welcome. 
»® a couple. dancing tin 12:30 a m. 
Fab. 2 The Big Band Sound of Gao. 
Kreeling « Orch. 


ear for dialogue and an even 
better feel for the quirky lo¬ 
gic and humor of an elderly 
Irishman and the incredu¬ 
lity of his intellectually-alive 
son. 

And Hare is right there 
with Leonard. He balances 
stagecraft with realism in 
scene after scene that hit 
dead on. 

Behrens is so wonderful as 
the irascible old Da that it’s 
easy to see his performance 
remembered throughout the 


live skilfully weaves from 
past to near past to the pres¬ 
ent as Charlie sorts but his 
guilts, misunderstandings 
and affections as prompted 
by the now-empty home. 

But it isn't just some sort 
of endearing sentiment that 
Leonard unearths.-He illumi¬ 
nates what outsiders might 
regard as insignificant ten¬ 
sions which fester and ulti¬ 
mately propel so many rela¬ 
tionships. 

Leonard has a wonderful 


But The Belfry provides 
one of those rare times with 
its newest production. Da. 
Inevitably the house lights 
went up on cue opening 
night, bringing to an end the 
Victoria season’s best pro 
duction to date. 

In a word, Da is a charm¬ 
er. and it never lets up in this 
superb production directed 
by Carl Hare. 

A fortyish playwright. 


FISHER 
STOVES 
NOW ON 
SALE 


If, as Thomas Wolfe wrote, 
"you can't go home again." 
playwright Hugh Leonard 
seems to question whether 
you can ever leave it. At 
best, all one can hope for is to 
make peace through the dis¬ 
tance of time. 

Leonard's time pbrspec- 


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ISLAND 
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(LANGFORD) VICTORIA, B.C. 
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CLOSED MONDAYS 


AND PERFORMING 
ALL OF THE MUSIC 


SPECIAL GUESTS 

VALDY 

AND FRIENDS 


house $4.5 million 


Marion Buie passed on these facts 
about the Duke’s digs: 

• There are six bedrooms, to go 
along with the six bathrooms. 

• Although the house sits on less 
than an acre, you can amble along its 
72 metres of bayfront — one of the 
longest in this posh community 

• There is a living room, formal 
dining room and an 15-metre-long den 
that held many of Wayne's awards, 
trophies and gun collection. 

• And if that is not enough, there is 
the 21 metre yacht slip. 

"I have to say that the asking price . 


. . based on what has been selling in 
Newport Harbor, is not an outrageous 
asking price," Buie said. “We have 
had sales in excess of $2 million that 
did not have anything like the bayfront 
footage that his properly has." 

The real estate company, which has 
an exclusive listing on the house, is not 
showing the property to just anyone. 
Buie said the executors — including 
Wayne's son, Michael — have laid 
down "rather strict guidelines" that 
provide for close sc rutiny of prospec¬ 
tive buyers. 


NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. (AP) — 
ffor $1.5 million, you can hang your hat 
where John Wayne hung his for IB 
years. 

Actually, it might not cost that much 
for the bayside home. NlcNab Irvine 
Realty Co., which is handling the sale 
for the late ac tor's executors under the 
auspices of a probate court, said Fri¬ 
day the price is only an asking figure 
and that the company is accepting 
bids. Executors would make a final 
decision. 

While the price may seem steep to 
some, real estate company president 


presents 


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was arrested Jan. 16 as he 
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U concert tour with his rock 
group Wings. He subse¬ 
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who could have sent him to 
prison for seven years, deli¬ 
berated his fate. 


Airport. Then, grinning 
broadly, he shouted, “Good¬ 
bye Japan!” and boarded 
Flight 403 bound for Paris 
via Anchorage, Alaska, and 
Amsterdam. 

The 37-year-old superstar 
was deported, rather than 
indicted on drug smuggling 
charges, because he told 
Japanese officials the mari¬ 
juana was for his own use 
and he “repented what he 
did,” police said. 

The most successful of the 
former Beatles. McCartney 


greeted him when he 
emerged Friday morning. 

A police spokesman said 
McCartney, “has been pun¬ 
ished socially enough," in¬ 
cluding the cost of the can- 
celled tour. He has 
reportedly promised to 
reimburse promoters for 
their losses, estimated at $1 
million. 

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and hashish possession char¬ 
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admitted drug use. 


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Friday for bringing nearly a 
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FEATURE/B.C. 


Nielsen bugging probe urged 


Canadian Press 

Deputy house leader Peter 
ll.vndinan (SC—Vancouver 
South) called Friday for a 
review of the circumstances 
surrounding the bugging of 
Consumer and Corporate Af¬ 
fairs Minister James Niel¬ 
sen's office. 

Nielsen, a former radio 
openlincr who joined the 
provincial Social Credit 
cabinet as environment min¬ 
ister in 1975, says he re¬ 
ceived in February, 1979 a 
letter informing him his 
"private communications 
were intercepted." 

Speaker Harvey 
Schroeder said he was pre 
pared to conduct an investi¬ 
gation should he be asked in 
the Legislature to do so by a 
member after it meets Feb. 
29. 

"We should now have a full 
statement as to how it came 
about that this look place, 
w here it took place, to what 
degree it took place, and 
flowing from that we should 
have some very clear guide¬ 
lines established," Hynd- 
man said in an interview. 

“I am deeply concerned to 
learn that a minister of the 
crown has apparently been 
wiretapped and I think at the 
least there should be clear 
ground rules so that every¬ 
body, including the public, 
knows if this is to become 
practice.” 

Nielsen disclosed the w ire 
tapping by police during the 
Vancouver trial of two men 
charged with plotting to 
bribe him with $100,000 in 
exchange for assistance in- 
getting land removed from 
the province’s agricultural 
land reserve. 

Bill Smart, a lawyer work¬ 
ing with (he prosecution, 
said Thursday “you can be 
reasonably assured the in¬ 
terception was done between 
Sept. 1. 1976. and December. 
1977. when the investigation 
was done." 

Hyndman said Nielsen 
was the "first MLA entitled 
to raise the matter in the 
house when we meet. If he 
doesn't wish to. I think our 
house leader Garde Gardom 
should go that.route.” 

"But certainly, if on our 
side none of the other mem¬ 
bers wish to raise it I cer¬ 
tainly do because I think we 


should have, if this practice 
is going to be allowed to 
continue, a clear set of 
guidelines so that the public, 
the voters, the ministers, 
MLAs, know under what con¬ 
ditions, what circumstances 
this could happen.” 

Gardom, who was attor¬ 
ney-general at the time of 
the bugging, did not return 
calls to his offices or home 
Friday. 

The incident prompted 
speculation the bugging 
breached Nielsen’s rights as 
an elected member of the 
Legislature. 

Schroeder said he had no 
knowledge of the incident, 
and the only place he could 
get that information was in 
the Legislature. He also de¬ 
nied he was conducting an 
investigation. 

“You have to get ready for 
one like that but there is no 
way I can report on some¬ 
thing of which 1 have no 
knowledge." 

He said he didn't even 
know if he had jurisdiction 
over the legislative precinct 
between sessions, but was 
studying the issue. 

"It has never been deter¬ 
mined that the speaker has 
jurisdiction between ses¬ 
sions or periods of proroga¬ 
tion or periods of dissolu¬ 
tion." 

Former speaker Ed Smith 
said in a telephone interview 
from his Fort St. John home 
that he had no knowledge 
of the bugging. 

One expert on legislative 
^ privile ge, who asked .not In 
bi identified, said the privi- 
leges of an Ml.A are 
breached when his effective¬ 
ness as a member is imped¬ 
ed knowningly. 

The member would have to. 
assert his privilege, he said, 
but in doing that he would 
have to decide that “that 
privilege transcends what 
appears to have been a 
criminal investigation." 

He said he didn't believe 
the house had ever asserted 
its privileges in criminal 
matters, though it had done 
so in civil matters. 

"I would think logically, a 
house would back off and not 
assert any privileges which 
would tend to impede a buna 
fide investigation." 


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THIRD SECTION/B.C. 


THE COLONIST, Sat., January 26, 1980 'l f 


Logger 

charges 

‘bias’ 

Conservationists advocat¬ 
ing a wilderness proposal 
for South Moresby Island in 
the Queen Charlotte Islands 
have an anti-industry bias, 
the chief forester of Rayon- 
ior Canada Ltd. said Thurs¬ 
day. 

Andy Anderson told about 
100 people at a public for¬ 
estry seminar at Reynolds 
School in Saanich that the 
main conflict over resources 
on the island is between the 
islands Protection Society 
which wants "complete wil¬ 
derness status" for about 
111,000 hectares south of the 
Tangil Peninsula, and 
Rayonicr which is allied with 
the B.C. Forest Service. 

Rayonier and the forest 
service advocate “the status 
quo of some 109.000 hectares 
of wilderness and 35,000 
hectares of resource de¬ 
velopment." 

The conservationists' de¬ 
bate "unfortunately is at¬ 
tended by an anti-industry 
bias," Anderson said. 

Tie said the cabinet-level 
Environment and Land Use 
Committee believes that the 
beauty of the area can be 

sources developed. 

Anderson's speech was 
sponsored by the Canadian 
Institute of Forestry in co¬ 
operation with Camosun Col¬ 
lege. 



Indians fight for sacred site 


BELLA COOLA (UPC) 
— The Bella Coola Indian 
band will ask the B.C. 
government to help it 
fight Crown Zellerbach’s 
plan to log their sacred 
burial ground in Hole in 
the Wall Valley, band 
spokesman Edward 
Moody said Friday. 

Moody said representa¬ 
tives from the 800-member 
band would go to Victoria 
early next month to seek 


support to stop the forest 
company from logging in the 
valley until land claims are 
settled. 

Crown Zellerbach officials 
asked that the band remove 
a coffin found in the small 
burial ground, located on 
King Island about 70 kilome¬ 
ters from the central coastal 
community of Bella Coola, 
he said. 

But after a series of meet¬ 
ings, band elders decided 
against moving the coffin, 
one of seven or eight they 


believe to be in the area. 

"Our older people don’t 
believe in moving the dead," 
Moody said. "It's against 
their laws." He said ciders 
had determined by, designs 
on the coffin—a single piece 
of wood hewn from a tree— 
that it belongs to a chief’s 
son. 

He did not know how long 
the coffin had been there. He 
noted natives had for cen¬ 
turies kept their dead above 
ground in caves or protected 
hollows. 


Crown Zellerbach spokes¬ 
man Alan Stubbs said a firm 
employee found the coffin 
while surveying the area for 
a road. 

"We brought it to the at¬ 
tention of the band council 
and asked them what they 
wanted us to do about the 
situation," said Stubbs. “We 
flew them up there to look at 
the coffin, offered to leave a 
block of land around it or 
help them make arrange¬ 
ments to move it if they 
wanted.” 


''We plan to start logging 
the area in 1981 if we get the 
permit,” he said. 

Stubbs said the fate of the 
burial grounds would be de¬ 
termined by the provincial 
forest service, which sets 
environmental and other 
conditions under which pri¬ 
vate companies can log pro¬ 
vincial land. 

Forest service officials 
were not available for com¬ 
ment. 


» Youths 
/ attack 
woman 


—Colonist photo bv lan McKaln 

Mums' march the voice 

A stroke robbed Bruce MeLeish of Colwood of his 
speech, but th“ .Kinsmen Rehabilitation Foundation 
gave it back again, in the form of this communicator 
provided by the foundation. MeLeish can type out 
words on a paper tape with the device, enabling him 
to communicate. The Mothers' March, scheduled for 
Jan. 27 to Feb. 2, will raise money for the founda¬ 
tion. 



Judge William Ostler decided Friday in 
Victoria provincial court to postpone sen 
fencing a 39-year old man who had spent a 
total of 25 years in Canadian prisons. 

Raymond Houston, of 2631 Quadra, was 
scheduled to be sentenced on charges of 
possession of heroin, failing to appear in 
court, breaking and entering, possession of 
housebreaking instruments, and failing to 
remain at the scene of an accident. 

Crown counsel Malcolm Macaulay said 
the drug ‘charge arose from a May 23 
1978 incident in Vancouver when Houston 
was checked on (iranviHe Street and was 
found with one cap of heroin. The failing- 
to-appear charge arose when he missed a 
scheduled court appearance three days 
later. 

Crown counsel Don Laughton said the 
break-in occurred Dec. 19, 1979 when 
a witness at a muffler shop across the 
street from the Dairy Queen, 2350 Douglas, 
heard breaking glass, and spotted Houston 
inside looking around the premises. Po¬ 
lice were called and surrounded the Dairy 
Queen, where they saw Houston crouched 
besi.de a cigarette machine. They appre- 
• bended him, and found a screwdriver and 
gloves beside hint and a slingshot and 
rocks on him. 

Defence counsel Steven Keliiher noted 
that about 30 persons were in the court 
room because of their concern for Hous¬ 
ton. 

He said Houston, who had spent 25 of his 
10 years in penal institutions, lived with 
his grandmother after his parents separat¬ 
ed w hen he was four years old. 

At age nine, Houston was placed in a 
detention home for seven years. He 
escaped from that institution when he 
was 14, Keliiher said, but was taken back 
and spent two months in solitary con¬ 
finement. At 16. he was released .into the 
east Vancouver streets, where he became 
hooked on heroin- From that age until 
November. 1975, Keliiher said, Houston 
had no life to speak of outside of prison. 

While he was serving a term at the 
William Head prison in 1971, Houston 
began working with handicapped children, 
displaying unusual talent and ability in 
that field. Keliiher continued. On his re¬ 
lease from that institution, Houston contin 
ued his.work. 

Houston's criminal record dated back 
to Dec. 23, 1958 when he was given' an 
eight-month jail term in Vancouver for 
possession of drugs. He also had convic¬ 
tions for theft, breaking and entering, pos¬ 


session of stolen property, uttering, auto 
theft and being unlawfully at large. 

Macaulay conceded it was apparent 
that Houston was a man of considerable 
talent and energy, but said there was no 
indication whether Houston had overcome 
the heroin addiction. 

Ostler said he was not prepared to sen¬ 
tence Houston, and remanded him until 
next Thursday. 

A 17-YEAR-OLD charged in a Jan. 2 
break-in at a Gordon Head school elected 
trial by judge without jury, and had his 
preliminary hearing set for July 10. 

Shane Christopher Restall, of 1253 
Thornhill Crescent, is charged with break¬ 
ing and entering Lambrick Park School, 
4139 Torquay Drive, mischief causing wil¬ 
ful damage at the school, and being unlaw¬ 
fully in a dwelling house at 1151 Tor¬ 
quay on New Year’s Day. 

A 20-YEAR-OLD woman was given a 
suspended sentence, six months probation 
and 50 hours of community service work 
for two breaches of her probation. 

Kerri Patricia Metcalfe, pf 1052 Jen¬ 
kins, pleaded guilty to the two counts 

Crown counsel Richard Law said the 
first count concerned a restitution order 
made by Judge Blake Allan on June 27. 
when Metcalfe was convicted of theft over 
$200, fined $400 and placed on 12 months 
probation. The second count was an order 
to report to a probation officer Oct. 23. 

JUDGE HAROLD ALDER handed out a 
14-day jail sentence to 44-year old Leonard 
Richard George, of 2454 Otter Point 
Road. 

George pleaded guilty to having a blood- 
alcohol content over .08 per cent on July 
It when he was stopped in a BATvan 
roadblock. His blood-alcohol readings 
were .23 and .22. crown counsel Chris¬ 
topher Kehler said. 

George had a previous conviction 
March 30, 1978 for impaired driving, and 
was fined $500 on that occasion. 

FINED FOR drinking-drivifrg were: 
Robert Norman McMath, 42. of 2930 Carol 
Ann Place, $400; and Christina Ann Shaw, 
20, of 2535 Cranmore, $50. 

In addition, Shaw was placed on two 
years probation and ordered to perform 
100 hours of community service work. 
Alder also said he would recommend that 
she lose her driver's licence for one year. 


Two youngsters, believed 
to be 10 to 12 years of age, 
broke a 63-year-old woman’s 
wrist and nose in a purse- 
snatching incident in Vic¬ 
toria Thursday afternoon. 

Gladys Rogers, of 3244 
Quadra, suffered a frac¬ 
tured left wrist, a broken 
nose, and badly bruised 
knees when she fell after 
being pushed down and hit¬ 
ting the curb with her face. 

She was returning from a 
shopping trip at the Mayfair 
shopping centre and was 
crossing the intersection of 
Tnlmie and Rutledge when 
the two youths attacked her 
and grabbed her purse, 
which contained between $4 
amf $5. They were last seen 
running east on Tolmie to¬ 
ward Finlayson. 

An unidentified motorist 
drove Mrs. Rogers to her 
apartment where Saanich 
police were called. Officers 
transported her to Royal 
Jubilee Hospital before turn 
ing the case over to Victoria 
police because the incident 
occurred just inside the city 
boundary. 

Victoria police said Friday 
they were still investigat¬ 
ing. 


Boater 

bullying 

bounced 

Canadian boaters visiting 
U.S. coastal waters after 
Jan. 30 will probably not be 
prosecuted initially if their 
vessels do not meet new U.S. 
sewage-disposal standards. 

A U.S. Coast Guard 
spokesman said in a Colonist 
interview from Seattle Fri¬ 
day that the new regulations, 
drawn up by the Environ¬ 
mental Protection Agency, 
require vessels fitted with 
permanent toilets to have 
either sewage holding tanks 
or sterilization equipment. 

The maximum fine for 
non-compliance is $2,000, 
but, the spokesman said, the 
coast guard feels that en¬ 
forcement is basically a 
matter of judgment. 


Marine 

Calendar 


NAVY 

Mackenzie. Saskatchewan. Ou'Ap 
pelle —returning at 2 p.m. Tuesday 
Cowichan, Porte Oauphine—Van 
couver.. 

OCEAN SCIENCES 

Parizeau—en route Pat Bav. 
Vector— Pat Bay. 

Rrchardsoo-reflt Vancouver. 

COAST GUARD 

Narwhal. Vancouver. Camsell, 
Douglas— in port. 

Racer—Victoria patrol area 
Ready —Discovery patrol area. 
Rider— Bute patrol area. 

Ouadr &-on weather station. 

MERCHANT MARINE 

Star Qpab-. Esauimalt. 

Besseggen- Duncan Bav 
Emma Johanna-Nanaimo. 

Star Boxford —Gold River 


Machete toss costs $300 


A 29-year-old irate motor¬ 
ist who threw a machete in 
anger because of a towaway 
was fined $300 In Victoria 
county court Friday by 
Judge E.J.C. Stewart. 

Brian Earl Patton pleaded 
guilty Dec. 12 to assaulting 
TTrent Wildeman with intent 
to rescue a motor vehicle on 


July 29. 1978. The machete 
missed Wildeman and struck 
a concrete wall. 

In default of payment, 
Patton will spend three 
months in jail. 

Stewart said Patton was a 
big man and must have been 
a fearsome sight wielding 
a machete. He said Patton 


was fortunate nothing hap¬ 
pened, but after considering 
all the circumstances, a fine 
was a better disposition than 
jail. 

Defence counsel Brian 
MacKcnzie said because of 
drink, frustration and anger, 
words were exchanged, and 
Patton picked up a machete 


Care centre closer 


A $1.2 million long-term care centre on 
Herald Street in Victoria, lo be an integral 
part of ihe Chinatown revitalization, has 
been approved in principle by the regional 
hospital planning commission. 

The centre, which still needs approval 
from the provincial governrfcenl, would 
employ Chfnese speaking staff and serve 
Chinese food lo residents, hpt would be 
open to all. 

The project is being studied by provin¬ 


cial health ministry officials and approval 
isn’t expected for another two or three 
weeks. 

Completion of the centre, which would 
be built on the site of the old Chinese hospi¬ 
tal at 555 Herald, Is scheduled for earlv 
1982. 

The property is owned by the city of 
Victoria, which has agreed to lease it to the 
Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Associa¬ 
tion for a nominal rent. 


in his trunk. He said it was 
an isolated event which 
wouldn’t occur again, and a 
suspended sentence or fine 
would allow him to remain a 
contributing member of so¬ 
ciety. 

Crown counsel Peter Bir-, 
kett said he didn't quarrel 
with the recommendation in 
the pre-sentence report for 
disposition other than jail. 

Also in county court, 
Stewart gave a suspended 
sentence and one year's pro- 
bation to Sean Ernest 
Warde, 20, who was found 
guilty of possession of house¬ 
breaking instruments, in¬ 
cluding a metal bar and 
pair of snips, in Esquimau 
Nov. 29. 

Stewart told Warde he was 
fortunate he had no previous 
adult criminal convictions, 
and it would be a mistake to 
send him to jail. 


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Jack 

Smith 


I suppose it will make me 
about as much of a herd as 
the man who shot Jesse 
James, Jbut having once 
questioned the authorship of 
those wonderful "rules for 
living" attributed to the 
great baseball pitcher Satch¬ 
el Paige, I feel obliged now to 
offer what appears to be the 
authentic story of their Ori¬ 
gin. 

I don't like to wake sleep¬ 
ing dogs, especially since I 
am a disciple of Satchel 
Paige, and am especially re¬ 
spectful of his last rule: 
“Don't look back. Something 
might be gaining on you."' 

I recalled here the other 
day that back in the 1950s a 
man who was then a fellow 
reporter told me that he 
himself had written the six 
rules “while employed as a 
publicity man.” But the fel¬ 
low had offered no proof, as I 
said, and I remained of the 
opinion that “either Paige 
wrote those rules himself, 
or, if not, they were written 
by someone who was mo¬ 
mentarily in such psycho¬ 
logical and spiritual rapport 
with Paige that he was some¬ 
what in the position of Moses 
receiving the Ten Com¬ 
mandments; a mere me¬ 
dium; and that Paige himself 
was the source.” 

I am not shaken in that 
belief by the following letter 
from David Chandler: 

"No, it wasn't the great 
and good Satchel Paige who 
uttered those immutable 
laws and it wasn’t any 
backslid newspaperman 
working as a press agent, 
unless he was named Ri¬ 
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into a line of work I never 
knew about. 

"Those things old Satch 
Was supposed to have ut¬ 
tered came about during a 
layout session at Collier's 
magazine when a piece Dick 
Donovan had done on the old 
pitcher was being prepared 
for the press. Someone said 
it would be nice if the text 
could be broken up with mar¬ 
velous sayings Satch had 
been famous for. The only 
problem was that there 
weren’t any such. However, 
everybody agreed the idea of 
the little boxes was too good 
to lose. So Dick, who was in 
New York at the time any¬ 
way, was sent back to his 
hotel room to do what writ¬ 
ers always have to do. which 
is to make the truth believ¬ 
able. 

“I wasn’t there, but Dick 
told me about it when he 
came back and when the 
issue came out with his 
Satchel Paige story, there 
were those golden rules. I 
never met Satch but they 
sure sounded like my old 
friend, Dick Donovan. They 
still do ... " 

So there it is. I did not feel 
free to reveal Donovan’s 
name myself, but since his 
friend Chandler does, per¬ 
haps he doesn't mind. In any 
case, I apologize to DonoYan 
for having said he was a 
press agent at the time. I 
suppose the story just 
seemed more plausible to 
me that way. 

The probability remains 
that Donovan, a very good 
magazine writer whose Col¬ 
lier’s pieces were always 
well researched, conjured up 


those rules from ideas plant¬ 
ed in his mind by Paige dur 
ing the several interviews 
they must have had. 

According to another read¬ 
er, though, one of the six 
rules seems to contradict 
Paige’s known philosophy on 
the relevant point. 

"As a Satch aficionado 
since the late ’30s,’’ writes 
Stephen G. Freeman, “when 
Satch at his peak pitched the 
first three innings of every 
game the Kansas City Mon- 
archs played, and I saw as 
many as I could, and even 
did an occasional article for 
an eastern newspaper, 
methinks that liberties, or in 
any event switcheroos. have 
come about in his quotes. 

“Like his ’Fried foods 
angers the blood.’ Of course 
a PR man may have come 
into the act since that era 
propounding Satchel’s pres¬ 
ent day rules of health. But 
back in the primordial, 
Satch when questioned on 
diet was famous for his ’I 
eats only one kind of food- 
fried.’ 

"And while on Satch," 
Freeman adds, "how well- 
known is it that he then was 
better known and billed as 
Satchelfoots Paige. (And not 
necessarily relevantly. 
Louis Armstrong was Sat- 
^chelmouth.)" 

Meanwhile. Yvonne 
McKiernan sends me a cut¬ 
ting from that 1953 Collier's 
article, a small box in w hicb 
the six rules were listed 
under the- heading How- m- 
Stav Young. 

"Here for your records, 
she says, "is the definitive 


version. You will notice that 
you have erred on Rule 1 
with ‘angers up the blood 
and have attributed to Satch 
el a faulty grammar of 
which he was not guilty." (In 
the Collier's quote the 
phrase is "angry up the 
blood." I don't see much 
choice between angers and 
angry, as verbs, but the rec¬ 
ord should show lhat angry 
was the original version.) 

In the end, though, per¬ 
haps it would have been 
wiser not to angry up these 
waters at all. 

"Beware." w rites Winston 
Miller. "The ripple effect of 
doubting that Satchel Paige 
ever said Don’t look back, 
something may be gaining 
on you.’ Next thing you 
know, somebody might 
claim that no teary urchin, 
dressed like Jackie Cooganin 
’The Kid' and referring to 
Shoeless Joe Jackson's com¬ 
plicity in the 1918 Black Sox 
scandal, ever implored his 
hero, ’Say. it ain't so, 
Joe.’ ” 

Once started down that 
road, Miller warns, some te¬ 
dious historian might even 
question the answer a 
bruised and defeated Jack 
Dempsey gave after the first 
Gene Tunney fight when his 
wife, the tempestuous ac¬ 
tress Estelle Taylor, asked 
him "What happened?" 
"Honey," the deposed 
champ, is alleged to have 
said. "1 forgot to duck " 

”1 believed it then." Miller 
says, "and I believe it 
nowA- — * ■ 

So do I. But the first time I 
heard it I didn't laugh. 1 
cried. 


Melvin 

Maddocks 


It passed as one .of those 
clarifying acts ’of 
forcign-policy-through-se- 
manlics when President 
Carter declared that “ter¬ 
rorists,” not the government 
of Ayatollah Khomeini, held 
power over the hostages in 
the Tehran embassy. The 
president, clearly, was try¬ 
ing to rally public support by 
indicating the political irre¬ 
sponsibility of those he was 
forced to deal with. But 
apart from discrediting the 
group formerly designated 
as “students,” what new 
perception does the use of 
the word terrorist add to the 
predicament? 

Terrorist promises to be a 
catch-all word of the ’80s. 
One of the most common 
prophecies being made for 
the decade predicts that 
there will be more Louis 
Mountbattens, more 
Tehrans—more “terror¬ 
ism." It is a term that bears 
care in its usage, not only 
because it provides so 
tempting a way to disparage 
an enemy but because it is 
one of those words (like 
"Fire!" in a crowded the¬ 
ater) that automatically cre¬ 
ates panic and thus clears 
the path for extreme acts of 
one’s own. 

If we are determined to 
make this word popular, we 


Arthur 

Hoppe 


should learn more about 
what It means. In his invalu- 
able book. Terrorism. 
Walter Laqueur is compelled 
to spend an Inordinate 
amount of space explaining 
what it is not. Depending on 
their vantage points, previ¬ 
ous users of the word have 
made it synonymous with 
"criminal," "moral imbe¬ 
cile" and "mentally 
deranged”—as well as 
"idealist," "martyr,” even 
“saint." 

Historians tend to think of 
terrorism as a desperately 
confused response to social 
injustice. Left-wing histo¬ 
rians are likely to assume 
that terorists are fascists; 
right-wing historians are 
likely to assume that terror¬ 
ists are communists. Psy¬ 
chologists. on the other 
hand, tend to think of terror¬ 
ists as unhappy children try¬ 
ing to kill father. 

Laqueur concludes that al¬ 
most no generalization about 
terrorists hold up, especially 
if one permits one’s appalled 
eye to roam from the assas¬ 
sins of ancient India to 19th- 
century Russian anarchists 
to the IRA. About the only 
generalization he allows 
himself is that there are few 
old terrorists. 

To a considerable extent, 
the terrorist, like the bogey¬ 


man in a fairy tale. lives in 
the eye of his beholder. A 
terrorist without an audi 
ence is inconceivable. More 
than any other political fig¬ 
ure he uses history as a 
stage. "It is not the magni¬ 
tude of the terrorist opera¬ 
tion that counts but the pub¬ 
licity." Laqueur oberves. 

In her latest novel. Can¬ 
nibals and Missionaries. 
Mary McCarthy brilliantly 
illustrates the Laqueur dic¬ 
tum by having hijacked pas¬ 
sengers and their captors 
watch themselyes on televi¬ 
sion. Rather as if they were 
tuned in to the movie of the’ 
week, the hostage's applaud 
government officials ap¬ 
pearing before the camera. 
And yet their lives hang upon 
the words those officials are 
speaking. 

Miss McCarthy’s hos¬ 
tages, incidentally, were on 
their way to pre-Khomeini 
Iran—half of them, wealthy 
art collectors, intent on see¬ 
ing the archeological sights, 
half of them members of a 
committee invited by Ira¬ 
nian “students" to investi¬ 
gate alleged terrorism on the 
part of the shah. 

The terrorist is the ulti¬ 
mate challenge to civiliza¬ 
tion, not only as a physical 
threat but as a moral men¬ 
ace. Some large demon with¬ 
in him speaks to some liny 


demon within ourselves, in¬ 
viting its to envy his mad 
purity, his refusal to come to 
anyterms with his society. 
Miss McCarthy forces her 
hostages (and her readers) 
to examine their comfort 
able Western-liberal con¬ 
sciences and. in fact, every¬ 
thing they profess to value, 
from God to democracy to 
art But with equal rigor she 
drives her terrorists—those 
propagandists of the deed— 
to betray themselves by 
thought, by reflection. She is 
as thoroughly disciplining as 
an 18 th-century novelist. 

With Miss McCarthy’s 
standards in mind, back to 
the* real Iran Are the young 
militants holding hostages m 
Tehran really terrorists? 
One can draw the simplest, 
dividing line by saying ter 
rorists kill, or are perfectly 
willing to kill, with no re¬ 
spect for the innocence of the 
slaughtered, including chi! 
dren. Laqueur suggests that 
the shared assumption of 
most 20th-century terrorists 
reads: Humanity itself is a 
bourgeois prejudice. 

The hostage-takers in 
Tehran Have not yet quali¬ 
fied for this description. 
Until then we should be scru¬ 
pulous about calling them, or 
anybody else, a terrorist. It 
Is. rhetorically speaking, a 
bomb-throwing word. 


I 'M SOUR ^ I WON'T LIVE ^ 
FRIEND- UNTIL TOMORROW' 
- I FEEL LOUSY / 


/W£u_ 

ufiorwS 


Governor Jerry Brown 
dropped by Sacramento last 
week to tell his fellow Cali¬ 
fornia politicians that, ac¬ 
cording to a transcript of his 
speech, "We (must) try to 
subordinate our own ambi 
tions and our own individual 
egos to a much larger pur¬ 
pose (laughter)." 

He then flew off Into the 
moonrise to continue run¬ 
ning for president. 

This cynical laughter was 
unwarranted. Those of us 
who best know "Chuckles” 
Brown (as we affectionately 
call him iifcpTivate) know 
that the last thing in the 
world this modest, unassum¬ 
ing, fun-loving fellow wants 
to be is president of the Unit¬ 
ed States. 

Ever since Chuckles was 
thrown out of The Sacred 
Heart Novitiate for organiz¬ 
ing the first panty raid in 
that institution's history, his 
only ambition has been to 
settle down in a cottage with 
a picket fence, marry “some 
wonderful little woman 
who’s a real good cook," 
raise a "bunch of fine kids," 


join the Elks’ Club and do his 
hilarious imitations of 
Jimmy Cagney and Joe Pcn- 
ner at the Saturday Night 
Socials. 

But, no, an unkind fate 
intervened and Chuckles had 
no choice but to subordinate 
his own ambition and run for 
president. 

It saddened his old buddies 
to see him abandon his aloha 
shirts, ready guffaw and 
back-slapping approach to 
life for the somber suits and 
sober mien of a presidential 
candidate. 

But once he saw that he 
was the only person in 
America who could save the 
environment, the economy, 
outer space and Jane F— 
what else could he do? Sure¬ 
ly, this was a much larger 
purpose than selfishly lead¬ 
ing the East Sacramento 
Rhinoceroses to another 
Class AA Bowling Cham¬ 
pionship. 

In fairness to the other 
candidates, however, it 
should be pointed nut that 
none of them wants to be 
president either. 


Take Ronald Reagan. In 
reluctantly announcing his 
candidacy, he humbly ex¬ 
plained: "I cannot and will 
not stand by and see this 
great country destroy it¬ 
self." Of course he cannot 
and will not. What decent 
American could? You can’t 
help but feel sorry for a guy 
in a spot like that. 

Nor did Teddy Kennedy 
fare better. Imagine how his 
heart sank when his Mother 
said he could run. "Well, 
there goes that excuse," he 
must have said. So he took 
what he publicly called "the 
course compelled by 
events.” He went about the 
country demonstrating “the 
new leadership" he felt com¬ 
pelled to provide and in only 
a month he dropped 30 points 
in the polls. 

As for poor Jimmy Carter, 
he never wished to be presi¬ 
dent either. All he wanted 
, four years ago was to bal¬ 
ance the budget, cut defence 
spending, curb inflation Snd 
give us a government as 
good and decent and honest 
as we are ourselves. And 


now lie's going to make the 
same sacrifice all over 
again. You have to admire 
his stick to-iliu’ttcss. if noth 
ing else. 

So here’s to Chuckles 
Brown and his colleagues 
who have selflessly pul aside 
their personal ambitions to 
serve their country. They all 
ought to get medals. It’s a 
crying shame, though, that 
in a nation as big as ours wo 
can’t find someone who 
wants to be president. 


Bersev claru . 

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CLASSIFICATION 

INDEX 

VITAL STATISTICS 

1 Births 

8 Cardsof Thanks 

308 Cardsof Thanks 

305 Deaths and Funerals 
J12 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 Places to Visit 

EMPLOYMENT 

28 Employment Service 

21 Help Wanted —General 

22 Office Help 

26 Part Time—Temporary 
Help 

24 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 Pre-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 Chtcks, Poultry. Hatching 
EWTSOWlTes—“■ 

101 Children's Miscellaneous 
116 Coins and Stamps 
135 Farm implements 
60 Fuel 

97 Furniture 
105 Garaoe Sales 
120 Garden Supplies 

99 Groceries, Meats and 
Produce 

95 Heating & Fireplaces 
130 Heavy Equipment and 

Machinery 

128 Livestock, Supplies and 
Events 

96 Major Appliances 

100 Miscellaneous for Sale 
103 Miscellaneous Wanted 
109 Miscellaneous to Rent 

77 Motorcycles 
70 Musical Instrument^ 

125 Pets and Supplies 
92 Sport ing Goods 

81 Sailboats 

94 Store and Office 

F urniture and Equipment 
115 Swaps 
63 Timber 

98 TV. Stereo, Radio Sales and 
Service 

112 Wanted to Rent. 

Miscellaneous 

AUTOMOTIVE 

155 Automobile FInarcing 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 Car^ 

158 Tires 

154 Trucks, Buses and Vans 

156 U-Driveand Auto Washing 
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 Apartments Wanted, 

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 

211 Houses to Rent, Furnished 
210 Houses to Rent, Unfurnished 

212 Houses Wanted to Rent 
205 Rental Agencies 

190 Room and Board 

191 Room and Board Wanted 

193 Rooms to Rent 

194 Rooms Wanted 

204 Shared Accommodations 
FINANCIAL 

155 Automobile Financing and 
Insurance 

233 Mortgage Loans and 
Insurance 

234 Mortgages for Sale 
230 Personal Loans and 

Insurance 

235 Wanted 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 Farms for Sale and Wanted 
263 Garages for Sale, Rent, 
Wanted 

293 Gulf IslarxfProperties 
250 Houses for Sale 

265 Houses Wanted to Buy 
295 Listings Cancelled 
268 Listings Wanted 

271 Lots for Sale 

294 Mainland and 
Out-of-Province Properties 

169 Mobile Homes and Parks 

273 Property for Sale 

274 Property Wanted 

244 Revenue Property 

245 Revenue Properties Wanted 

259 Town houses 

285 Up-Island Properties 
256 Waterfront Properties 


BIRTHS 


DABROWSKl - Born to Richard 
and Erica (nee Boak) on Janu¬ 
ary 23. 1980 at Roval Jubilee 
Hospital, a girl, Richelle Ni¬ 
cole, 6 lbs 6 ozs. Special thanks 
to Dr. Cavers, Dr. Pasternack 
and maternity staff. (Insured) 


KNIERT — Terry and Joanne 
thank the Lord for their second 

K ecious daughter. Jana Faith. 

rn January 18, 1980, 7 lbs 3 
oz. In Victoria General Hospi 
tal. A dear sister for Heather 
Thanks to Dr. Heal. Dennis and 
Marilyn. 


murphy — Born to Brian and 
Lvnda, a daughter. Kimberley 
Oiane, 8 lbs. 5oz., on January 
24, 1980 at Mackenzie, B.C. A 
sister for Chris. 


ROBERTS — Michael is pleased 
to annouce the arrival of his 
little brother, David MacDon¬ 
ald. 7 lbs. 14 ozs. Born January 
17, 1980, in Surrey Memorial 
Hospital Proud parents Arlene 
and Brian. Another sweet 
grandson for Chris and Les 
Roberts and Helen and John 
MacDonald 


TAYLOR — Ken and Terry (nee 
Silverberg) are extremely 

f 'leased and proud to announce 
he arrival of their first bundle 
from heaven. Trisha Yvonne 6 
lbs 5Vj oz. was born at 12 20 
p.m. January 17, 1980 at vGh 
T he first grandchild of Dick and 
Gloria Slfverbero, and the first 
Taylor grandchild of Jean and 
Clarence Taylor, from Red 
Deer, the extremely excited 
first time great-grandparents. 
Vern and Nel Grote, We wish to 
extend our greatest thanks to 
Dr. P. k. Johnston. Dennis, 
Barbara. Rosemary and the 
great staff at VGH. 


TROTTER - Born to Ted & Janet 


ozs. Thanks to Dr Ridyard, Dr 
Popkin and the kind $‘ 
Roval Jubilee Hospital. 


14 ANNOUNCEMENTS 


pleased to announce the com¬ 
mencement of his dental practice 
at 1195 Fort Street Hours 8-5, 


8 30-12:30. Saturday Pt 
388-9433 for an appointment. 


Kung Fu—Youths 


nights. 383-1101- 


15 


COMING EVENTS 
AND MEETINGS 


ESQUIMALT 

LEGION 


622 Admirals Rd. 
SUNDAY 

Early Bird 1 p.m. 

Scards—$1 

Regular Games 1:3 

6 cards —$2 

Extra Games 

. Scards —$1 
MoGames Less Than S2: 
ae Transportation 
'■ To Town 



EVERY SUNDAY 

Earlvbirds6:30pm 
Esauimalt Legion 
622 Admirals Rd. 
FREE BUSTO TOWN 


HORNET 
FOOTBALL 
BINGO ' 
Saturday Jan. 26 
OAPHall 

1600 Government SI 
Early Bird6:30pm 
Reg. Games 7pm 
5 Extra Games 


HAIRDRESSING 

SCHOOL 

OPENING JAN.28 


registry 
school c 


England with teaching expi 
ence in government and prlv 


British Columbia. 


UNITEDNATIVE 
NATIONS BINGO 

EVERY MON. NIGHT 
ESQUIMALT LEGION 
EARLY Bl RDS6:45 PM 

Free bus into town after i 
games. Everyone welcome. 


ATHLETIC 
BINGO 

EVERY WEDNESDAY 
Garth Homer Centre 
813 Darwin 
Early Birds6:45p.m. 


PENINSULA SINGLES CLUB 


Invites all single, divorced, 
flowed or separated persons 


382-0333. 


FLEA MARKET 

Sanscha Hall - Sidney. 

Pat Bay Hwy and Beacon Ave 
Every Sunday commencln 
October 7, 9am 4pm. Items new 
used old & modern Interest f< 
all. Snack Bar. Admission: 25 
Reservations 656-3082 


SWAPPE 
AND SHOPPE 

521 CRAIGFLOWER RO 
SUNDAYS 10am 4pm 
ill 388-6120 weekdays 9am-3c 
Sat, 10am-12pm. 


Tally Ho Banquet Loum 
Douglas. Doors open 8:3C 
Ing 9-1. All singles we 
592-1335 or 383-9626 (24 tl 
corded message) 


BELLYDANCE 

Workshop with "Zalnah", Febr 
ary 2nd. Beginners and Interm 
dlates. Call Dance Villag 
385-2414 for more information. 


dowed, divorced and sepera’ 
Commences January 28fh, 8i 
Elks Hall, 732 Cormorant 
592 3194. 


IS COMING EVENTS 

ANO MEETINGS 

VALENTINE'S DANCE 
VICTORIA WEST C.C. 

For Info Phone 

388-6120 

LESBIAN INFORMATION AND 
social night every second Thurs 
day. 7:30-9:30pm. 106 Superior St 

FLAG 

ELKS-00RP DANCE SATUR 
dav. January 26th. 9pm ‘Good 
Times'' orchestra. Reasonable 

53. couple. Snacks. Everybody 
welcome. 

COLUMBIAN OLD TIME 
dance every Sat. 9-12, Centennial 
Church Hall, David St. Refresh 
ments. 477-4829 

CHALLENGE OF WIDOWHOOD 
support group, Feb 5, 5:30-7:30 
p.m.. YWCA Chapel. 7 sessions 
514.00 To register call 38^7511 

OPEN HOUSE FOR TRI-CHEM 
Liquid Embroidery from now 'til 
February 9th at Mary's. 512 Cece^ 
lia Street off Jutland. 384 4218 

LESBIAN SOCIAL AND INFOR 
matlon night, Thursday, Januarv 
31st, 7 30pm 106 Superior Street 
Every 2nd Thursday 

ft CATERING, BANQUETS 
and RECEPTION RMS 

GEORGE'S BAVARIAN 
BANQUET FACILITIES 
1021 Pandora 383-7121 

INTERNATIONAL CUISINE 

3 DINING ROOMS AVAILABLE 
SMALL OR LARGE PARTIES 

Up to 150 Seating Capacity 
ENTERTAINMENT 
AVAILABLE ON REQUEST 

COURTYARD INN 

"LET US HELP YOU PLAN 
YOUR SPECIAL FUNCTION'' 
—MEETINGS —LUNCHEONS 
—DINNERS —WEDDINGS 

Our new COURT ROOM Banquet 
Facilities will graciously accoTn 
modateup to 80 persons 

850 Blanshard 385-6787 

DELICIOUS SOLF DINNER 
rolls, our every dav low price 65« 
dozen. 3 tier wedding cake made 
from pound cake, 535 complete 

We also cater fancy sandwiches 
and French Pastries. Casey's 
Bakery Ltd. 2032 Oak Bav Av 
enue. 598 2712 


20 tOST and rOufiu 

LOST: MALE LONG TAILED 
golden Corgi cross dog wearing 
'79 Saanich licence Missing since 
Jan. 16 in Tattersall-Quadra area. 
Answers to Moio. Any Informa 
tion of what happened to him 
would be appreciated 388-5918 

SKIERS, LOST SARNER FLY 
skis, left in snow bank at Forbid¬ 
den. Sunday. Januarv 20. Solomen 
555 bindings. Reward 383-3703 or 
478 2354 

LOST FROM ARDWELL AV 
enue. Sidney, young blackish gray 
male cat with a kink in its tail, 
orange eves, named ' Cleo”. Any 
information, phone 656^6693 

LOST: VOLUME III ENCYCLO 
pedia Americana In the Oak 
Bav/Fort Street area. Reward 
384 4411. 

LOST: LADIES WALLET, TAN- 
colour, probably Colwood area. 
10 cards needed. Reward 
478-6515 

LOST-MEDIUM SIZED SHAGGY 
black haired female dog. white 
patch on chest, 2 white hind paws 
Reward 479 1941 

LOST: GRAY TABBY FEMALE 
cat. Humpback and Sooke Road 
area. Phone 478 8274. 

LOST: MALE BLACK ANO 
white spaniel cross. Quadra/Tat 
Jersall area 385^5875 

LOST LARGE BUNCH OF 
keys. Wharf Street. January llth. 
Reward. 384 5087 

LOST: MALE, LONG HAIRED 
orange cat. vyearing a collar. Gen¬ 
erous reward/$S4f64lO 

LOST: FUR DARK 

brown, on Sooke Road nea. "-'ood 
land at Saseenos 647 5458 

i-OST: 3 MONTH OLD MALE 
white and grey kitten, Gonzales 
Bav area 598 4647 

LOST FULL GROWN. SPAYED 
Tortoise shell cat. Responds to 
Butty 479-5935 

FOUND: YOUNG CREAM DOG. 
female Beach Drive. Golf Course 
area 598 7995 

LOST: RED ADIDAS BAG AT 
McDonald's on Pandora. 
385-2376 

LOST: LARGE GREY MALE 
cat, answers to Smokev. Reward 
S98 5660 

FOUND GIRLS COASTER Bl 
cycle, silver colour. University 
area 477 7989 

LOST: SMALL FEMALE, SHE Pc 
herd cross. Fairfield area. Janu 
ary 22 478-2864, 381 5938 

LOST: ON COOK STREET 
small wrist watch on gold chain. 
382 4060 

LOST: IN JAMES BAY. LARGE 
black and white Newfoundland 
dog 598-6305 

LOST EYEGLASSES. BROWN 
case, one stem off. downtown Vic¬ 
toria 656 2806. 

LOST: MANS GRUEN WATCH 
with GM 20 year crest, sentimen 
tal value, reward 385-4542 

FOUND: TWO CAR KEYS. 
592-1547. 

21 HELP WANTED 

GENERAL 

DUNCAN & DISTRICT ASSOCIA 
tion for the Mentally Handicapped 
seeks applications tor Executive 
Director. This person to adminis¬ 
ter and coordinate, in cooperation 
with the Board of Directors, the 
following programs Infant De 
velopment. Integrated Davcare. 
Workshop, Group Home, Vancou 
ver Island Training Program. 
The successful applicanf-will 
have relative administrative ex- 
perience and concerns for the 
Handicapped. Salary $18,000 per 
annum plus benefits Duties to 
commence approximately March 
15, 1980. Applications will be re¬ 
ceived up to February 12, 1980 
Submit applications with com¬ 
plete background resume to Mrs 

N Casswell. President, c/o PO 
Box 204, Duncan. BC, V9L 3X3 

THE DAIJ.Y COLONIST 
Has openings for carriers in the 
following areas: 

Gordon's Mobile Park/Lady 
smith 

North Shore-River Rd, Lake 
Cowichan 

Arbutus Saseenos Rd .Youbou 

The routes vary as to number of 
subscribers and pay a monthly 
profit depending on the number of 
customers, plus a territorial al 
lowance and Insert allowance on 
the number of customers. 

Anyone interested In any of these 
routes should call collect to J 
BRADFORD. 383 4111 ex. 164 or 
write 2621 Douglas St., Victoria. 

EXPERIENCED HAIR STYLIST 
with clientele and rent chair. 
386-6421 or 386-2571 after hours 

SMALL ENGINE MECHANIC 
with chainsaw experience. For in¬ 
terview, phone 384-3911. 

BABYSITTER WANTED, ES- 
quimalt area. 5 days per week, for 
two-year-old. 382-4048 

EXPERIENCED MATURE 
woman for resthome needed 
598 3212. 

EXPERIENCED MATURE 
woman for resthome needed. 
Some cooking involved 598-3212 


HELP WANTED 
GENERAL 


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51,369-51,596 
Competition 80:252-01 
In VICTORIA under direction, to 
conduct motor vehicle inspec 
lions, to assist In the care of 
vehicles and equipment assigned 
to the inspection Station, to issue 
approval and rejection certifi¬ 
cates, and account for revenue 
received; other related duties. 
Preferably qualified as a jour¬ 
neyman mechanic, or have a Cer¬ 
tificate of Apprenticeship; a 
knowledge of safety testing 
equipment; an excellent knowl 
edge of all types of motor vehi 
cles, several years' experience in 
general repairs and servicing of 
automobiles Will Involve sniff 
work between 8 am and 9:35 pm. 
Will be required to complete In- 
service training courses. 

TECHNICAL 

ASSISTANT 

51,369 51,596 
Competition 79:2942A-01 
In NEW WESTMINSTER to 
carry out technical duties related 
to construction and maintenance 
of ferry terminals, to prepare 
engineering drawings; to per¬ 
form mathematical calculations; 
to interpret design briefs, notes 
and sketches, occasionally to 
conduct site surveys or assist 
with protect supervision in the 

field, etc. Secondary school gra¬ 
duation and minimum of three 
years' related experience, or a 
related institute of technology di 
ploma and a minimum pt one 
vears's related experience; a 
good knowledge of ferry ter 
minal, marine structures and 
buildings, good knowledge of 
drafting techniques. 

SECRETARY 

51,139-51.247 
Ccrr,pct;t;c=r. sesOACl 

In VICTORIA to perform general 
secretarial duties for Director & 
Assistant Director. Weigh Scale 
Branch, to take and transcribe 
from shorthand, dictaphone and 
longhand drafts, correspondence, 
semi technical reports, regula 
tions and circulars; to answer 
and route telephone calls; to 
maintain a filing system, to rec¬ 
ord mail; to make appointments 
and travel arrangements, other 
related duties. Ability to type at a 
minimum speed of 50 words per 
minute; ability to take shorthand 
at 100 wpm. ability to meet and 
deal with the public, knowledge 
of relevant acts, trucking indus 
trv. and geography of B.C. would 
be an asset. Requires three 
years' related secretarial experi¬ 
ence 

MlNISTRY OF 
FINANCE 

AGENCYCLERK 

51,139-51.247 
Competition 80 235-01 
In NANAIMO to carry out rea 
sonablv complex functions within 
the Government Agency To at¬ 
tend to the public regarding 
ICBC, and Motor vehicle Is¬ 
suance. cash control, vital statis 
tics, registration, taxation, game 
licence issuance, and other reiat 
ed duties as required Preferablv 
secondary school graduation, 
three years' related experience 
Applicants must be available for 
short and long term postings to 
all Government Agencies within 
the Province. Must be able to 
type 

Canadian citizens are given prof 
erence. Obtain applications from 
the Public Service Commission, 
644 Michigan Street, VICTORIA 
V8V 1S3 by February 6,1980 


THE CORPORATION OF 
Tt+b.OlSTRICT OF SAANICH 

Telephone 
Operator-Typist 1 
(Rotating shifts) 

Police Department 

Pay Grade 4 — 5942 51003 

This Is switchboard and clerical 
work requiring discretion and 
some independent judgment 
Duties include typing, fifing, 
switchboard, general enquiries 
and other relatedduties. 

Applicants should have complet 
cd Grade 12 schooling, good typ 
ing speed, and have good knowl 
edge of general office 
procedures. Switchboard expert 
ence would be desirable Appli 
cants must be able to provide own 
transportation. 

Applications will be received bv 
the undersigned until 4 30 p.m 
Friday.' February 1, 1980. All ap 
plications for this competition 
will be acknowledged 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 


RETAIL:. ASSISTANT 

55.00/hr. to start 

Are you seeking invol\*ment? Do 
you believe in service to the cus¬ 
tomer? Do you enjov the rewards 
of success in return for committ 
ment, accuracy and hard work’ 
This unique store which special¬ 
izes in all cooking gadgetrv for 
the gourment cook is seekii 


responsible, mature and 


kina 

highi 


perience in retail sales (perter 
ablv in a small store) and have 
been responsible for a cash float, 
then you have an opportunity 
here to quickly assume complete 
responsibility and be part of e 
successful, dynamic team. Lo 
cated in downtown Victoria, this 
company believes In monetary 
rewards for excellence in perfor 
mance and needs your capable 
assistance immediately Call: 

Marilyn Mickelberry 
385-3425 


I ; C\rak» 


• DOME INTERNA (lOMAL COMPANY 

412,1175 Douglas Street 
Victoria, B.C. 

V8W 2E1 


SAANICH PENINSULA HOSPI 
TAL 

Application are invited for the 
following regular part-time posl 
tions: 

ADMITTING CLERK 
Half-time position involves 
clerical receptionist duties in the 
emergency oeparfment'for in-pa¬ 
tient and out patient admissions. 
Knowledge of medical terminol¬ 
ogy and typing at 50 wpm re 
qulred. Previous hospital experi 
once and appropriate manner in 
dealing with the public neces¬ 
sary. 

COOK 

To assist senior cooks In all food 
preparation. Qualifications In 
elude training in food prepara 
tion, food storage and quantity 
estimating as well as previous 
cooking experience in institution 
al setting. Position is approxi¬ 
mately 56/hrs bi-weekly. Apply to 
Personnel Office, Saanich Penin¬ 
sula ZHospital, 2166 Mt Newton x 
Road. Saanichton, B.C 


WANTED ENERGETIC MAIDS 
for busy, team cleaning service, 
driver's preferred. 384-8694 


HELP WANTED 
GENERAL 


CATERER 

MARCH MEADOWS 
GOLF CLUB 
Honeymoon Bay near Lake Cowi 
chan 

The March Meadows Golf Club Is 
seeking a responsible party to 
look after the catering services 
for the forth coming golf season 
Free lease, services, and golf 
Trailer pad and hook-up provided 
if needed. For more details write 
Les Peake President, Box 165. 
Lake Cowichan V0R 2GO or phone 
Harold Bewcyk secretary 
749 3198 


JAMES BAY COMMUNITY 
Homemakers Service is accept 
ing applications for the position of 
Field Supervisor Interested per 
sons must be familiar-with home 
maker services and other com 
munitv resources. An ability to 
evaluate individual needs and iob 
performance necessary Nursing 
and/or social work skills an asset 
Only mature persons comfortable 
with elderly need apply Apply 
with written resume to Office 
Manaoer. James Bay Project. 435 
Simcoe, Victoria, V8V 4T4 Dead 
line: February 6, 1980. 


CARETAKER/MANAGER 
Required for centrally located 60 
unit apartment building in Camp¬ 
bell River. Will be responsible for 
maintenance and upkeep of build 
ing and grounds, collection and 
depositing of rent payments and 
related duties. Must have pleas 
ant personality and be able to deal 
effectively with the public. Ex¬ 
perience prefer i ed but not essen 
tlal. Full range of company bene¬ 
fits. Salary commensurate with 
experience Reply: POBox 602, 
Campbell River. BC. 


EMPLOYMENT CO ORDINA 
tor for John Howard Society job 
Placement Program. Duties. 
Contact with employers, educa¬ 
tional and vocational counselling 
of ex-offenders, must be able to 
deal with both effectively. B A. or 
relevant experience. Salary 5235 
per week, increased In February 
Postion definite til end of March 
with further renewal possible 
Bring resume to Office, 404 620 
View Street, Victoria. 


ESQUIMALT 
VIC WEST 
VIEW ROYAL 


COLONIST ROUTES are now 
a van able in these areas. Earn 
hvhVJTS- iiiumn rur oniy 
an hour a day. Call now 383-4111, 
ask for Mr H FAERBER or Mr 
G. HANLON. 


.HAIR STYLIST 
WITH CLIENTELE 
DT location and good working 
conditions Work on a commission 
basis, or lease vour own chair. 
Available now. Call Marilyn 
Mickelberry, 

Drake Personnel 
385 3425 

412. 1175 Douglas Street 
Victoria. B C. 

V8W 2E1 


SAANICH RENTALS LTD 
Requires mature person with me¬ 
chanical aptitude, able to meet 
and work with the public in a 
pleasant manner Job require¬ 
ments are: maintenance and ser 
vicing of rental equipment, parts 
and small motor repairs. Must 
have mechanical experience and 
be willing to learn Apply in per 
son with brief resume to 3772 Shel 
bourne Street 


LIVE IN NANNY HOUSEKEEP 
er, 25 45ish for motherless home 
with 2 year old son. Must drive and 
swim. Days 385-8741, evenings 
477 5988 


PERMANENT FULLTIME ANO 
part time positions available. Car 
required, excellent earnings, no 
experience necessary. For inter- 
yiew please call 388-7325. 


NANNY VERSION OF GRIZZLY 
Adams, unafraidof hardy outdoor 
work and some geriatric care. 
Relocate 112 749 6124 


MARINA HANDYPERSON EX 

work Reply in writing to Duncan 
P O. Box 528, V9L 3X9 


THE LEMON TREE REQUIRES 
mature, experienced wait¬ 
ress, waiter Apply in person 
3-5om . Monday Friday Mayfair 
Mall 


FULL TIME FOR PHOTO FIN 
ishing counter, must have some 
knowledge of photography, able to 
handle cash, deposits and some 
typing. 382 2175 


PAULS RESTAURANTS. EX 
perienced well groomed wait 
er/waitress required for full-time 
evening shift Apply 1900 Douglas, 
between 3-4pmonly 


WOMAN FOR OCCASIONAL 
daytirrie and overnight babysit 
ting, in my home in Brentwood 
Bav Mother with youn> 
welcome. 652-9388 


WANTED CHAIRSIDE DEN 
tal assistant, experienced only 
need apolv. Please reply to Vic- 
toria Press Box 592 


HAIR STYLIST 

With some clientele for downtown 
salon House of Glamour, 
386^6188 


EXPERIENCED PHARMACIST 
assistant to work in drug store 
dispensary Reply to Victoria 
Press Box 601 


NANNY WANTED FOR OCCA 
sional daytime babysitting. Your 
home or mine Gordon Head area 
References 477-0497 


LIVE IN MATURE COMPAN 
ion housekeeper for 1 lady, small 
house. Oak Bay, non smoker, good 
home, good salary. 592-2695. 


PERSON WANTED WITH DELI- 
catessen knowledge. Full time 
Apply International Gourmet 1560 
Fort Street after 2 pm. 


PERMANENT CARETAKING 
position for retired couple on doc 
tor's property in Duncan. Rent 
tree 112 746-6620. 


MAINTENANCE PERSON CAP 
able of handling minor repairs In 
hotel operation. 32 hour week, per 
manent. Victoria Press Box 623 


WANTED: MATURE PERSON 
to babysit 15 month old boy, in mv 
home, 4-16 hours per week. Good 
pay tor reliable person. 595-7686 


MATURE WOMAN NEEDED TO 
babysit 2 girls in Fairfield area, 
part time days, my home 
598 7870 


DRIVER FOR 4 HOUR DAY. 5 
day week, to drive to Duncan 
Ideal for semi-retired, strong per 
son Apply at II19 North Park St 


' GRAMMA'' TO LIVE-IN AND 
help family with 3 children 
Driver, non-smoker 477-7917 
References 5200 monthly 


PERSON WANTED FOR PART 
time day or night work at meat 
processing plant. Victoria Press, 
Box 642 


MENS HAIRSTYLIST WITH 
some cllcntelle wanted. Good 
working conditions 595-2671, eve 
nings 477-0817. * 


LIVE IN HOUSEKEEPER IN 
exchange for room and board. 
477 5835 after 6. 


WANTED BABYSITTER. MY 
home, 1 or 2 days a week, also 
occasional night sitter. 384-4589. 


BABYSITTER WANTED. PART 
time days, for 2 yr . old girl. Please 
call 595-6744 ask for Joan. 


PRESSER, WITH EXPERI- 
ence, full/part-time. 592-2962 
after 6pm. 


EXPERIENCED GEODUCK 
divers wanted 386-2624 


BABYSITTER NEEDED FROM 
8am-3:30pm. 592-5173evenings. 


DESK CLERK, SHIFTWORK 
Apply in person, Yates Hotel 


21 KELT WANTED 

GENERAL 

RESPIRATORY TECHNOLO- 
gist for a 400-bed regional, refer 
ral hospital. High risk and diag 
nostics; department headed by 
resplrologist. H E U contract $1,- 
794 to $1,396 25 per month, (1979) 

1980 contract being negotiated 
Apply to Director of Personnel. 
Roval Inland Hospital. 311 Colum 
bla Street, Kamloops. B.C. 
V2C7T1 

MOTEL MANAGER 

Hard working, self starter re¬ 
quired to manage large local 
motel Job Includes all aspects of 
motel and restaurant operations 
Strong character, positive atti 
tude and a ability to deal with the 
public are a must Please reply 
with full particulars and refer¬ 
ences to Victoria Press Box 621 

HAIRSTYLISTS 

If you can't really enjov vour 
working atmosphere because a 
salon owner is cramping your 
style or because you seem to 
be clashing with other stylists call 
Brett at 386-7843 1 may have a 
position for you (as either stylist 
and/or partner) 

ALPHA HOME CARE IS NOW 
accepting applications for home 
makers Part time on call basis 
possible full time employment 
Preference will be given to those 
with iob related experience and 
skills Please call 383^423 Mon 

Frl during business hours for an 
interview. 

STEADY SATURDAY WORK IN 
retail sales plus other days as 
available Applicants should be 
experienced In meeting the public 
and preferably with men's wear 
experience Location: Sidney 
Apply Dorman's Men's Wear, 
1328 Douglas Street, between 10 
am and noon only. 

RESIDENT CARETAKER 
NIGHT SECURITY 

Large local motel requires ma 
ture couple aS'caretaker Respon 
sibilities include night check m at 
front desk plus routine mamte 
nance and upkeep Accomodation 
plus salary Apply with refer 
ences to Victoria Press Box 620. 

HAIRSTYLIST. MUST BE TOP 
calibre person capable of ban 
dlina all phases of hair design 
Preference given to stylist with 
some clientele in the Colwood 
area. Good hours and good com 
mission rates Call Leonards Hair 
Designs Studio during business 
hours. 478-1421 ask for Joseph 

VAN ISLE ROOFING & HEAT 
ing Company requires branch 
manager to assume estimating 
and administrative functions of 
oranen. must nave reiareo experi 
ence Roofing experience would 
be an asset Apply with resume to 
victoria Press. Box 609 

SEAMSTRESSES 
WaHace-Turner interiors Ltd 
needs six permanent and occa¬ 
sional seamstresses in our custom 
drapery plant Drapery experi 
ence a must. Salary $3 50/hr and 
up based on experience and abil 
ity Call 386-24)8 for appointment 

MATURE DENTAL PECEP 
tionist required immediately. 
Thorough experience in dental of 
fice procedures essential, includ 
ing typing, bookkeeping, dealing 
with the public Hand written ap 
plication and resume to Victoria 
Press Box 624 

LIVE IN LADY COMPANION TO 
share comfortable home with se 
nior citizen lady, rural residental 
area south of Duncan Must be non 
smoker, preferably with car 
Light housekeeping, excellent ac 
comodation. board, salary 
112 746-5670 

STREAMLINED COLONIST 
routes available soon in 
NORTH QUADRA —MCKENZIE 
RD area 

Earn from $90 $110per month for 

I - IV* hrs delivery per day 

Please call MR T. TARALSON. 
383 41)1. local 168 

Experienced 
Chimney Sweepers 
Wanted immediately 

384-7024 between 8am-8pm. Mon 
Sat, evenings 381-6635. Fri-Mon 

APPLICATIONS ARE NOW 

medium to larger sized apart 
ment buildings Please contaci 
Wally Taylor at 382 6006 after 
1pm. 

EXPERIENCED JANITOR 
ess/ Janitor for light du»v Janitor 
ial. part time evenings. Monday tc 
Friday Must be bondable anc 
able to work with minimum so 
pervlslon Apply to P. O. Box 517. 
Vlclorla. B C 

MATURE PERSON REQUIREC 
for Saturdays at shopping center 
Duties include operating parking 
lot sweeper and security work 
7am 4pm. Suit someone with 
other source of income Reply 
Victoria Press, Box 580 

JOURNEYMENBODYMEN 
tor modern shop in Port Hardy, 
excellent wages, benefits and con 
ditions Please send resume At 
tention Ken Stewart. Manager. 
The Body Shop. Box 67, Port 
Hardy. B.C. or phone 949^042 

WANTED-FOR^MAN FOR 
shake and shmgl^mIH IflPSted in 
Fraser Valiev, must be expert 
enced with strong character, gooc 
salary and benefits Call Peter 
Sc beer en 826-4143 

EXPERIENCED MANAGER 
position for 43-suite apartment in 
Duncan area available Man anc 
wife operation, must have gooc 
reference. Victoria Press, Bo* 
619 

NEED COMPANY ON YOUR 
walks? Sam. large Lab needs a 
home for a month Well trained, 
eats twice daily. Must be loving 
and have fenced in vard Phone 
382 5789 wages rtegoi table 

AMBITIOUS MAN MID 20 S 
with knowledge and experience ip 
house painting and gardening 
Current B.C license essential 
383 2103 between 9-12 and after 
5pm 

BABYSITTER NEED 
ed.3:30pm 8pm And babvsitter 
for occasional evenings Owr 
transportation needed Woolcc 
area. Call between 8am-3pm 
385 5351 

IF YOU ARE HONEST. RELI 
able, hard working, enjov work 
ing with vour hands and able tc 
supervise yourself send resume tc 
Victoria Press Box 646. Salary 
range $ 12,000 to $ 20,000 

EXPERIENCED DESK CLERK 
required Must be neat in appear 
ance and able to deal with the 
public Apply in person with com 
plete resume to Roval Scot Motor 
Inn. 425 Quebec St 

JANITORIAL 

Help wanted for victoria area, 
experienced only Please reply tc 
Victoria Press Box 458 

MCDONALDS RESTAURANT. 
1742 Island Highway. Colwood is 
accepting full and part time appli 
cations Please apply between 2 
and 4. Monday Friday 

WANTED, PERMANENT PART 
time graduate nurse Cobble Hill 
district Also full time nurses 
aide Some domestic work includ 
ed 112 743 7291 

TRAVEL CONSULTANT WITH 
minimum one year's IATA ex 
perience required for well estab 
lished travel agency. Send re 
sume to Victoria Press Box 616 

22 OmCIHELP 

PART-TIME PERMANENT 
clerk typist. 12noon to 5pm daily, 
with 4 full days per month 9 5pm 
Salary range $600 $700 month 
commensurating with experi 
ence. Must have accurate typing 
and filing, pleasant telephone 
manner, some bookkeeping ex 
per ience. valid drivers license To 
start as soon as possible Only 
written applications including 
references will be considered 
Closing date January 31st. 1980 
Reply Victoria Press Box 606 



386-2121 

Monday through Friday 8 a m. to 6 p.m. 
Saturday 8 a m. to 5:30 p.m. 


OFFICE HELP 


PRIME PE ML 


JOB OPPORTUNITIES 

WORD PROCESSOR 
Temporary position - 3 months 
Micom 2000,7 3 years experience 
Good hourly rate 

KEYPUNCH 

Experienced Keypunch operator 
(6 months • 1 year) Some general 
bookkeeper Salary 5800 plus 

WORD PROCESSOR 
Permanent position 2 - 3 years 
Word Processing experience 
Background in Micom 2000 pee 
ferred Salarynegotiabfe 

LEGAL 

Several legal secretarial posi- 
tionsavailabie immediately. Spe¬ 
cializing m corporate con 
vevanong and commercial law 
Salary range 51200 51400. 

PRIME PERSONNEL 
320 -1070 Douglas Street 
385-7012 


LEGAL CORPORATE 

SECRETARY 

51000-51300 

Take charge of the entire cor 
porate division of this busy legal 
firm. If you have three years ex¬ 
perience specifically in the corpo¬ 
rate area, here is your opportu 
nity to expand vour horizons 
Your good typing skills will cer 
tainly be utilized and you will be 
mdispensible to this team orient 
ated and friendly group of people 
Do you have the ability toorganize 
priorities and the capability to 
run the show without supervision 9 
if so. excellent opportunities for 
tinanoaUjrowth are the rewards 
to be well earned 

Marilyn Mickelberry 
385-3425 


cNnfe. 


n of Out* International Inc. 


412,1175 Douglas Street 
Victoria, B.C. 

V8W 2E1 


SALES/ BOOKKEEPING 
Position now open in Col wood 
area applications now taken for 
someone fully qualified to take 

fh^ror^ of_l 


72 OFFICE HELP 


CERTIFIED DENTAL ASSIS 
tent needed Write aualificahons 
*0 Victoria Press Box 627 


23 SKUESTUKS 


Logging Road 
Construction 
Superintendent 

A Campbell River based orgam 
zation requires an experienced 
person to take complete charge of 
its logging road construction op 
erations. These are various toca 
tions involved and the successful 

W licant must be willing to tra 
frequently. 

We are looking for someone who 
•s completely familiar with ah 
aspects of this type of construe 
tion including back hoe. cat, and 
drilling operations There win 
also be some estimating and bid 
ding involved 

The salary is open and will be 
based on experience and quail* 
cations 

There is a complete range of stat* 
benefits and a bonus system could 
be arranged 

Please reply in writing with a 
complete resume and reference-, 

m ROADBUILDERS 
LID. 

1920 Antonelli Rd. 
Campbell River, B.C. 
V9W 4R6 


pand£tg furniture store We are 
look mg tor someone who has sales 
experience in home furnishings, 
has at least 3-5 vrs minimum of 
clerical/bookkeeping experience 
Duties demand accuracy in cost 
ing, posting of invoices, accounts 
payable, inventory control, prey 
cessing of mail, typing etc Must 
be able to assume responsibility 
for month end preparation of 
books to produce monthly interim 
financial statements Salary 5950 
a mo to start if you are fully 
qualified, please apply in vour 
own handwriting only (no type 
written resumes) giving full de 
tails about yourself to Victoria 
Press Box 644 


FIELD AVIATION 
► WEST LTD. 

A leading aircraft over 
haul, repair, modifica 
tion and manufacturing 
facility located in Cal¬ 
gary, Alberta reauires 
immediately the follow 
ing experienced aircraft 
workers: 

AIRCRAFT 
PAINTERS 
AIRCRAFT SHEET 

METAL _ 

WORKERS 

AIRCRAFT 

AVIONICS 

TECHNICIANS 

AIRCRAFT 

UPHOLSTERY 

WORKERS 

Please forward resume to P O 
Box 3186. Stn "B'' Calgary. Alta 
T2M 4L7 


Clerical Opportunity 
THE JOB: 

* general receptionist duties 

* varied typing and clerical 
duties 

* posting customer accounts and 
banking procedures 

THE SKILLS: 

* good typing ability 

* previous clerical experience 

* understanding and aptitude tor 
accounting 

* ability to deal with the public 

This variety plus position in our 

branch office could be vours. 


SECRE TARY/TypiST .3 
A new positionhasheCAcreated<n 

oetience m tvoingiinanetai sun* 
mentv » s essential 
ResponSib’f’Lr-s will also include 
the operation of a Wang computer 
system Previous operating ex 
perience is not required as a train 
mg program will be provided Ex¬ 
cellent salary and working 
conditions Reply in confidence to 
Victoria Press Box 641 


MacMILLAN 

BLOEDEL 

requires a 

RADIO 

TECHNICIAN 

for our Queen Charlotte Division 
located in juskatla. B C 
Single accommodation only is 
available 

For further information please - 
contact 

W Mosher 

Nanaimo E motoyment Office 
727 Commercial St 
Nanaimo. B C V9R 5G8 
Phone 7S4 5421 




^ #rt*atta. B< VOT IJIJ 

™ . -Phone 


LEGAL SECRETARY RE 
qutred for corporate and com 
mercial work. Only applicants 
with a minimum of 5 years of the 
above experience and the ability 
to organize should apply Good 
typing and grammar essential 
Previous experience with word 
processing equipment an asset 
Salary upto 51500 monthly depen 
dant on experience, plus excellent 
company benefits. Call 386-9021 


EXPERIENCED LEDGER 
Keeper and bookkeeping machine 
operator required by National 
Wholesale Company Applicant 
must be fully experienced in the 
accounts receivable operation 
and preparation of customers' 
statements in addition to usual 
posting duties Excellent salary 
and benefits to successful 
candidate Apply Victoria Press 
Box 631 * 


DEVELOPMENT COMPANY 
Requires secretary to organize 
and run their busy office Abilities 
required include good typing, die 
taphone and filing, ability to work 
without supervision, deal with 
people and work under pressure 
Please send resume to Victoria 
Press Box. 640 


MOORE 8. FRIESEN. CHAR 
tered accounts in Sidney require a 
mature person with experience to 
provide bookkeeping and payroll 
services to clients Previous pub 
lie practice employment is desir 
able Reply in writing to Box 2086. 
Sidney BC V8L 3S3 


DUNCAN LAW FIRM RE 
Quires full-time legal secretary, 
experienced in conveyancing and 
some corporate work Excellent 
salary Please for ward resume to 
the attention of L. C Kuta. 206-135 
Trunk Road. Duncan. B.C. All 
replies confidential , 


FLAG INNS OF CANADA IS Ac¬ 
cepting applications for the posi¬ 
tion of clerk-typist Applicants 
should type 55 wpm. minimum 
and have basic bookeeping and 
telephone skills Please apply in 
person 9 am-4 pm to 229 Gorge 
Road East. Victoria B C 


TRADERSGROUPLTO 
Manaoer trainee required, good 


high school education Relative 
experience an asset Phone Don 
Handley. 385 8708 before 5pm 


VERSATILE OFFICE ASSIS 
tant required for a well estab 
1 1 shed travel agency Duties to 
include typing, tiling, answering 
telephone and basic office rou 
tines Send resume to Victoria 
Preys Box 616 


ACCOUNTANT BOOKKEEPER 
required by firm of chartered ac 
countants Previous experience in 
public accountma desirable, ex¬ 
cellent salary and working condi¬ 
tions. Reply In confidence to Vic¬ 
toria Press Box 672 


HOTEL CATERING SEC.RE- 
tary. must be good tvpist. knowl 
edge of menus and related tunc 
tion setup, good PR and hotel 
background Excellent opportu¬ 
nity for right person Apply Vic 
toria Press Box 623 


SECRETARY/RECEPTIONIST 
Required immediately, duties to 
include processing sales, pay 
abies. receivables Salary 
5800 month to start. Written ap 
plications with references to Vic¬ 
toria Press Box 648 


CERTIFIED DENTAL ASSIS 
tant required immediately. 
Please reply stating age experi¬ 
ence and salary expected to Vic 
toria Press Box 649 


EXPERIENCED ON-LINE 
teller required for temporary as¬ 
signment Good hourly wage 
Phone Office Overload, 388 5565 


NORSE AIDES 

Juan oe Fuca Hospitals an e» 
tended care complex in Victoria, 
requires nurse aides 
Qualifications must include 
either the Camosun College 
Geriatric course or equivalent, or 
a minimum of one (!) year long 
term care experience 
It you have the required ouahfi- 
cations please apolv to 

Personnel Officer 
Juan de F uca Hospitals 
)7S0Fairt.eld Road 
Victoria. B C 
V8S 1G7 


G.M. DEALER 
REQUIRES 
BODY MAN 
MECHANIC 

If you are fully qualified in either 
position we otter voutop waoe- n 
a pleasant community Phon-. 
write or vij^M aur ice Keebie 

.LI 8. TH 


SEALY A THOMSON LTD 
PH 334 2425 BOX33«9 

COURTENAY B.C 

PROGRAM CO—ORDINA TOR 
Campbell River T v Association 
requires an experienced pro 
grammer to fake charge of its 
well equipped local programm>nq 
dept The position involves super 
vision of volunteers and staff, 
complete production of pro 

? rams. and public relations work 
alary ne«o<table Please send 
resume to Mr j Williamson 
Campbell River T v Association 
594 llth Ave Campbell River 
V9W 4G4 or phone 287^801 


THE BUIE ARMY 

is now holding informal mforma 
tion seminars for tradesmen in 
the Victoria area that are either 
selt employed or interested »n be¬ 
coming self emotoved jom us 
Wed evenings at 8pm at 7M 4 
Quadra St or phone 385 7755 ter 
further information 

REGISTEREDNURSE 
The Gorge Rd Hospital has a va 
canev for a permanent full time 
night shift RN in the Extended 
Care Unit. 11 JOpm to 7 30am 6 
shifts on and 3 off Casual RN s 
also required for relief on call tor 
all shifts Qualified applicants 
apolv to Personnel Department 
Gorge Rd Hospital. 63 Gorge Rd 
East. Victoria. V9A «L2. 


GOLF PROFESSIONAL 
CLASS A TICKET 

REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY 
BY THE 

NANAIMOGOLF & COUNTRY 
CLUB 

P O Box 196. Nanaimo B C 
V9R 5K9 

Reply with complete resume to 
_above address_ 

LOCAL READY MIX CON 
Crete company requires immedi 
atelv. full-time yard help Experi 
ence in welding, mechanics 
and/or with a valid Class 3 B C 
drivers licence would be an asset 
Wage negotiable with ex per ienci • 
Reply to Victoria Press Box 600 


MARINE MECHANIC. EXPERI 
enced In all phases of marine 
work, all makes, auxiliary 
power, outdrives diesel and elec 
trical Reply in writing to Ouncan 
P O Box 528 V9L 3X9 . . 

MARINE PERSON EXPERi 
enced m marine haul exits bottom 
work, yacht pa>ntmg >oo.e fiber 
glass and wouowork expertenet 
Reply in writing to Ouncan P O 
Box S28 V9L 3X9 


INSTRUMENT PERSON RE 
quired for legal survev'firm -n 
Ouncan. Minimum 5 vearsexper > 
ence in Cadastral Surveying Re 
sume and references to Victoria 
Press Box 638_ 

MACHINIST REQUIRED WITH 
minimum 5 vrs experience, 
steady work union shop Full 
company paid benefits Phone 
773-8165 


Classified — Victoria’s Largest Proven Market Place — Where Your Articles Sell Fastest! Cost Less to Sell 386-2121 


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23 SULLOTRAKS 


DESIGN DRAFTSMAN RE- 
oylred Immediate-, preferably 
with experience In municipal ser 


INSTALLER FOR WOOD BURN- 
ing equipment. Must beaetf-itart- 
er and traininq available. 
Salary $6 00 per hour to start, 
victoria Press Bok 4*7 


MACHINIST. JOB-SHOP Ex¬ 
perience required. Apply at 2925 


Bridge St. Victoria. BTC 


LICENCED AUTO MECHANIC 
tor Saltsprino Island service Sta- 
t'on. Cail537-5509. coitect. 


EXPERIENCED JOURNEY- 
man bodyman required full time. 
381-630. 


4TH CLASS ENGINEER RE- 
ouired for relief shift work. Apply 
Smith cedar 386-3565. 


POSITION FOR DRAFTSPER 
son (Box 325) is non filled. Than- 
k you for applying 


SALES PERSMS 
MO AGENTS 


BLOCK BROS 


REAL EM 
CAREER 


TRAINING 

PRODUCES 

SUCCESS 


Block Bros, will train you ir 
sound proven methods cnabiinc 
vou to quickly reach our desirec 
level ot success. Successful pres 
tigious salespeople lust 


CX)N'T HAPPEN, THEY 
ARE TRAINED 


Call today, interviews by ap 
■gig -*- - 1 strictly 


CALL 

"THE BESTSELLERS" 
Sidney-Colwood 478-5561 
Bill Wonnacott 
Blanshard 386-3231 

Bob Hahn 

Shelbourne 477-1841 

Bob Callum 
Bernie Wilkinson 


DO YOU WISH TO 
EARN AN 

cycr ijTjwc iurnyc 

IN 1980 


YOUR 1ST YEAR 
WITH OUR COMPANY 


Multi million dollar company 
with over fifty«4ght years cxperi 
ence in the Income Protection 
F 'eld. offers opportunity for 


FIVE SALES 
REPRESENTATIVES 


EXPERIENCE 
UNNECESSARY 
—Two weeks complete training 
course in Vancouver 
—50*v or more of your income is 
derived from our own estab¬ 
lished accounts with mainly 
business and professional 


Opportunity to be promotec 
wt thin the first year. 

—excellent pension and savings 
plan and other benefits 


TOQUALIFY: 

— 1 9 or over 
Desire to succeed 
Minimum of high school educa 
tion or equivalent 
Reliable car essential 
-Bondable 


Please send resume to Personnel 
Dept * 302 1124 Lonsdale. Nortt 
. Vancouver, V7M2HI 


ATTENTION 

REALTORS 

BOORMAN 

Investment Co. Ltd. 
has openings for two 
realtors at our conve¬ 
nient Oak Bay Office at 
2045 Cadboro Bav Rd., 
near the Oak Bav Recre¬ 
ation Centre. 

PLUS 

vacancies for two real¬ 
tors at our Downtown Of¬ 
fice at 612 Fort St. 
CONTACT 

Ian Boorman at the Oak 
Bay Office. 595-1535. 
Jack Boorman, Down¬ 
town, 386-7521. 

Est. 1933. Succ. to a com 
pany Est, 1883. 


IS 


:o 

SOSPRDV 

“SUDV REALTOR 


REAL ESTATE SALES 

Residential and Commercial sa 
lespeopie are invited to consider 
the benefits ot working with sue 
cessful and enthusiastic Seaspray 
Associates Proven sales tools 
fr U<***> our Homes For Living 
affiliation provide the Seaspray 
staff with a competitive edge. 
Our commission scale recognizes 
productive salespeople. Excel 
•not benefits including Dental A 
Guaranteed Sales Plan Know! 
•rtoeable and helpful staff and 
management to work with We 
have 3 offices Be successful in 
rour chosen vocation. Call DON 
'T REGEAR at 427 7131 or 477^691 
(Res.) 


Full Time 
Career Opportunity 


Due to our Increased sales voi 
ume Vancouver islands largest 
volvo dealership Is now accept 
• no applications for a mature 
salesperson Excellent opportu 
"i»v for a reliable, trustworthy 
individual No previous sales ex¬ 
perience preferred as we offer a 
complete sales trainingprooram. 
Excellent remuneration plus 
other benefits* Must be bondable 
Please apply tn person with full 
resume to Terry Cramp. General 
bales Manager. McCallum 
Motors Ltd. 1101 Yates Street, 
victoria 


CASTLE PROPERTIES LTO 
requires 2 experienced active li 
tensed realtors or 2 new Iken 
ceev willing *° Accept guidance 
f c-adily. to complement our dy¬ 
namic sales team We have com¬ 
plete and most up to date mad's 


Appraisal Records including 
Microfiche and m House Com¬ 
puter for Market value compare 
son. Mortgage Ammorfization 
Apartment and investment 
Anatysisefc. We ofter a full range 
of fringe benefits including MedT 
cal Ft an with weekly Disability 
pay. paid signs. Stationary etc 
E « cel lent commission spilt within 
easy reach to 90/10 For confiderv 
ttal interview call FREDDY 
STARKE at 386-6164 or 595 H75 


S&H DATSUN CENTRE 

Requires a salesperson We are 


■ a >airxxt5wi. we are 

looking for an aqgresive self 
‘♦“ rW *“•*“ wants to —*-- 


‘tarter who wants 16 make'a ca 
rear in the automobile business 
Only those who seek above aver 
age earnings need apply No ex 
perlence necessary We offer 
(OTjrolssjons. demostrator, ex¬ 
cellent fringe t>enefits, sales 
training and management assis¬ 
tance. Please contact. Mr. Robert 

rvig.i. c .ia. a, -_- vi.a •- . 


Dobish, sales Manaoer!’204© CacF 
- 1 592-2471 


bora Bay Rd.! 


MONARCH LIFE 
YOUR TURNING POINT 
Demonstrate the real potential 
you've always felt you've had We 
help you with our uniaue system of 
marketing and leads as well as 
•nnovative product ideas. For ap- 
pomtment call Mr Pegg 384-6511 




SUES PERSONS 
AM AGENTS 


REALTORS 

Thinking of a move? If sa think 
NATIONAL TRUST. Join a firm 
with Coast to Coast affiliations as 
well as strategic local locations. 
Specio us street level office with 
ample tree parking. Generous 
commission split with other bene¬ 
fits too numerous to mention 
here. For an interview call STAN 
JAMES 382-8101 or res. 592 3740 
National Trust Co. Ltd. 3440-A 
Oougtas St. 


PART AND FULL TIME Dis¬ 
tributor required for rapidly ex¬ 
panding International Cosmetic 
Company. ALOE VERA PROD¬ 
UCTS. A highly remunertive pro- 
sition for self motivated sales 
oriented people. No experience 
necessary. Travel, training, ad¬ 
vancement opportunities. For in¬ 
terview to qualify phone 592-0796 
5-7 pm deity. 


THE BEST WAY 
WE KNOW 
TO EARN MONEY 

In your extra hours... is 
bv selling Avon Prod- 
ucts. Call now 384-7345. 


FASHION JEWELLERY AND 
accessories Importer seeks sales 
rep or agency to represent their 
extensive line on Vancouver Iv 
land. Drua Gift and Variety ex 
perlence an asset. Apply to Mr 
Hamilton. 6889 Seller Ave. Bur 
noby BC. VSJ 4R2. 112-434-2424. 


NO PROSPECTING 
All the qualified leads vou can 
handle. Two experienced life 
agents required in expanding fi¬ 
nancial institution. Full fringe 
benefit programme. Reply Vic¬ 
toria Press Box 603. in strictest 
confidence. 


AN OHIO OIL CO. OFFERS 
plenty of money plus cash bon 
uses, at home training for mature 
individual In Victoria area. Re¬ 
gardless of experience, write S. 
0. Read. Pres.. American Lubri¬ 
cants Co.. Box 696. Dayton. Ohio 
45401. 


CHANDELLE FASHIONS RE 
quire fashion counsellors to intro- 
<kice the new Spring lin£ We will 
train you. Work 2 or 3 evenings a 
week Car necessary. For the ma¬ 
ture but youthful woman who is 
mergetic. has ability and stabi- 
Hty. 479-2610. 


START NOW. LOCAL AMWAY 
Disrlbutor otters opportunity for 
good earnings. You pick the 
hours. We train. For Interview 
call 3814086 noon - 3 pm, Monday - 
Thursday. 


A SUCCESSFUL INTERPRO- 
vincial management, marketing 
and sales enterprise is seeking 
ambitious, creative, self starters 
tor expansion purposes Send r* 
plies to Victoria Press Box 520. 


NEEDLECRAFT OPPORTU- 
nl ty T ur%_vour need leer aft into 
cxmaYs cXfc'Kr ts are easy to seif 
and tun to demonstrate. No inven 
lories and no deliveries. Call 
381-6194. 


COPPERCRAFT GUILD OF 
Canada sales and management 
opportunities, available with un¬ 
usual earning potential. Full in¬ 
structions provided, full and part 
time. 112-746-5647 for interview. 


DUE TO EXPANSION WE Re¬ 
quire tv sales people, experience 
preferred Apply in person to Ho- 
mark Sates Ltd.. 27 west Burn¬ 
side 


I WOULD LIKE THE OPPORTU 
nlty ot Showing you a profitable 
and challenging way of making a 
living. Part or full time For ao 
pointment phone 658-8080 


WANTED: AGGRESSIVE 
young sales person to represent 
BC's leadlno sporting goods 
dealer. Apply, Victoria Press 
Box. 643 


COMMISSION SALES PERSONS 
for postcard sales to retail outlets 
Call at The Question Mark Oak 
Bav Plaza. 2031 Oak Bav Ave., 
Tuesday to Friday between 11-5 


COPPERCRAFT GUILD OF 
Canada needs Counsellors. Op 
portunity for housewives. 
474 2752. 


CHILDREN IN SCHOOL? PUT 
vour tree time to work Earn S100 
Si 000 per month Part or full time 
598-6350. 


AMBITIOUS. SELF STARTER 
required for new Victoria maga 
2 me 381-0975 


PART TIME SALES AND CASH- 
•ering. available daytime hours. 
Victoria Press Box 629 


SALES OPPORTUNITY FOR 
Women and Men Phone 386-9Q5) 


TEACHERS 


SD #85 

VANCOUVER ISLAND NORTH 


Secondary 

Learning 

Assistance 

Teacher 


Seaview El. Jr. Sec. School 
Port Alice. B C 


Applicants must have training 
and or experience as a learning 
assistance teacher. The second¬ 
ary L.A. is a member of the Spe¬ 
cial Education Team that con¬ 
sists of a primary L A teacher, 
special class teacher. E.S.L. 
teacher and secondary L.A 
teacher. 


Specific duties 1. Be a resourse 
person to staff, in matters relat¬ 
ing to tearing difficulties 
2. to assist teachers, where pos¬ 
sible. with learning problems re¬ 
lated to regular class instruction. 

3 To prepare and deliver indlvld 
ual education programs, to stu 
dents with defined needs 

4 To test and Identity learning 
problems 

5. The delivery of both individual 
and small group instruction to 
students with defined needs 


Please send Information on back 
around, training and references. 


District Superintendent of 
Schools, Box 90. Port Hardy. B C. 
VON 2P0 


21 part-tuk «r 

TEMPORARY HELP 


PART TIME TELLERS 
Westcoast Savings has immedi 
ate openings for part time tellers 
at our Cadboro Bav Rd Branch, 
particularly those Interested In 
working Monday and Saturday If 
vou have bank or credit union 
experience and wish to work part 
time only please call Bob Craw 
ford at 388-7924. 


• _ W6STCQAST 
SAVINGS 

CREDIT UNION 


til 


SENIOR MAN/WOMAN OR 
both to babysit home, tend smalt 
garden, mow/water lawn for 
periods of 1-6 weeks at various 
times (kiring year CotwoodLa- 
goon Rd area. References re¬ 
quired Victoria Press Box 639 


CHARTERED BANK IN CEN 
tral Victoria looking for experi¬ 
enced part time tellers for Satur 
days. Interested parties please 
•JgjVjJo P.0 Box 4121 Victoria. 


PART TIME ACCOUNTANT. 
25-30 hours weekly. Write stating 
previous experience and .training 
plus expected salary to victoria 
Press Box 590. 


BABYSITTER NEEDED. CLO- 
verdale area for 8 year old boy, 2 
hours a day. Monday Friday. 
478-66S3 after 6pm. 


EARN EXTRA INCOME FROM 
a part time business. For inter 
view phone 592 7016- 


EARN EXTRA MONEY IN 
vour^are time. Call Ernest 


EARN $100 TO SIOOO PER 
month in vour spare time Phone 
for appointment. 386-3263. 


26 PART-TIME or 
TEMPORMT HELP 

WE ARE SEEKING PEOPLE 
who are interested In demonstrat¬ 
ing the finest electrical appli¬ 
ances on the market today. Hours 
are flexible and usually on week¬ 
ends. Ability to talk with people 
and a pleasant personality are the 
only requirements. Demonstrator 
experience helpful. 

Please apply Victoria Press Box 
607. 

2t EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 

RESUMES 

Impress any employer with a sen¬ 
sible and succinct analysis of your 
personal background and work 
experience with an investment ot 
$35 384-5659 

RESUMES THAT GET JOBS. 

Professionally prepared. 
Personal, confidential service. 
385-6145. 

RESUMES PROFESSIONALLY 
prepared. Realistically priced on 
an individual basis. Mrs. 

G—384-4428 eves, until 9pm. 

i 

1 

X 

SCHOOL DISTRICT «63 
(Saanich) 

Claremont Secondary School con¬ 
struction prooram requires pro¬ 
jects tor senior students Projects 
needed for 1980 include cabinets, 
small green houses, small cabin 
storage sheds, framing of small 
house or oarage Phone Mr Pe¬ 
dersen, 658-5221 or after 5pm 
652-1814 

SEEKING PERMANENT FULL 
time office position, i have 6 
years nursing experience and 
legal secretary experience with 
shorthand at 120 words per 
minute. Call 385-1177 after 5.3C 
pm. 

TRY THE OLD CANADIAN, 
from $6. Cleanups, cartage, 
handyman, trees topped, felled 
The hand ot experience, the heart 
ot^iamb Lome Elves. 5924)129. 

RELIABLE HOUSECLEANING, 
reasonable rates, James Bay 
Fairfield area Also basements, 
jard^nlno. painting, etc 

PROFESSIONAL WEAVER, 
trained in Europe, will teach 
weaving, privately or small 
orouo. Yours or my home For 
Information 382-6618 

WE WILL DO ANYTHING THAT 
vou can't or won't do Cleaning, 
hauling, shopping, cooking, cor 
r^kpoodeneg carpentry Mike or 

RETIRED SERVICEMAN, ME 
chanical experience, energetic, 
4th class drivers licence Eve 
nings. 4788251 

SPRING SPECIAL. WILL PAINT 
any room of vour house for $42 50 
Phone now. ask for Pierre 
3887443. 

RELIABLE WOMAN WITH 
imwX- l >>ckup y*rH*'«r uasWucrir 
and yard cleanup, also gardening, 
reasonable rates 382-2109 

RELIABLE WOMAN WILL DO 
housecleanino. yard cleanup, 
gardening, painting, etc Reason¬ 
ably. References 388-9277. 

JOURNEYMAN PLUMBER 
with Inter Provincial paoers. re- 
Oyires work Good references 
385-3193. 

GARDENING. YARD MAINTE 
nance, experienced reliable per 
son Reasonable rates 383-7657. 
Bob 

SPECIALIZING IN CARPET 
steam cleaning, walls, ceilings, 
floors Cleaning hour or contract 
3864)846. 

PAINTING. GUTTERS. CAULK- 
ing, odd jobs. Low rates. Free 
estimates Andy 592 7381 

MAUDE'S MAIDS PROFES- 
sional team cleaning of vour home 
while vou work 384-8694 

PAPER HANGING 
Interior painting, 479-7116. 
479-9215 after 4:30 

RECENT TOURISM AND HO* 
pitallty grad—work experience- 
seeks employment 382-1665 

ROOFER. CEDAR, SHAKES, 
duroid and repairs, 20 vrs. expert 
ence. 382 9179 . 

WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME, 
baby's welcome, have 1 child ot 
my own Phone 474-2496 

MAN WITH TRUCK WILL OO 
cleanup, hauling, chainsaw work, 
etc Reasonable Tony 474-1014. 

CARPENTRY. FRAMING, FIN 
ishing. renovations Very reason 
able Charles. 3881484 

EXPERIENCED HOUSE 
cleaner. $6 per hour. Phone 
477 5124 

RELIABLE OAYCARE. MY 
home. Sidney Airport area' Deb¬ 
bie 656-2501. 

CONTRACT WORK ONLY 
Multi trade handy man tor assess 
ment of iob. Call 479-9743. 

SAVE NOW! INTERIOR PAINT 
•ng done to your satisfaction, rea 
sonable! Reliable! 479-3250 

TYPING DONE AT HOME 

Phone 3884746. 

. RENT—A—KID 

Help with odd iobs. 387 5506 

EXPERIENCED HOMEMAK 
er Call after 5. 383 7218 

GARDENING CONTRACT 
wanted. 721-3983. 

LOVING OAY CARE ANY AGE 
my home, Woolco area 386-0038 

33 BANDS, MUSICIANS 

AND ORCHESTRAS 

SAXOPHONE. TROMBONE, 
percussion musicians required 
for Victoria Concert Band 
477-6268 

EXPERIENCED DRUMMER, 
vocalist available for enoage 
ments 592-5250. ask for Ron 

LEAD VOCALIST ANO LEAD 
guitarist, mid-twenties, available 
for band(s) 595-3452, 5986912 

CLOWN/MAGICI AN/MUSICIAN 
does adult and childrens parties, 
reasonable. Call Paul 388-9427. 

34 PRE-RECORDED MUSK 

SPINKY'S 

Priced to Fit Your Budget. 

BAR SERVICE available. 

656-1652 

CANDU MUSIC 

ENTERTAINMENT SERVICES 
384 5521. 

ARION'S 

Make vour occasslon a success. 
595-4376 Oavsor Evenings 

STEELY'S CANNED MUSIC. 
For a dea! you'll listen to. Carter, 
478 7785 John. 112 7489290 

STARR SOUND LTO. 
Ballroom, rock and disco 
386-1230 

“STUBBIES'* CANNED MUSIC, 
Specializing in Weddings Phone 
652 2783. 

PAPA BEAR 
PRODUCTIONS 

3882832 

CJR CANNED MUSIC. 382 3811. 
S984717. 

X BUSINESS SERVKES 
AND DIRECTORY 

Actmrthg 

CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT, 
available for bookkeeping, write 
up work, financial statement 
preparation. From personal resi¬ 
dence. Murray Ellis. 3881011 

COMPLETE ACCOUNTING 
and bookkeeping services Also 
preparation of personal income 
tax returns. G. Spence 721-5165 

ACCOUNTING. BOOKKEEP 
•no. financial statements, income 
tax. etc Mr. McPherson 479-4541 
or 388 4413 


X BUSINESS SENVKES 

AND DIRECTORY 

AppHtMt Rtfdrt 

ABC ELECTRIC 

Used vacuums $39. up. 3 mos. 
warranty. Call 382-7221. 

VICTORIA SHAVER CENTRE 
Travel voltage adapters. Shaver 
repairs. 382-7221. 

TELE-TECH APPLIANCES 
jHomc^servIce, major appliances. 

ONE STOP SERVICE 
AT 831 YATES ST. 

TRITON ELECTRIC 
Installed and repaired. 

Lamps and appliances 

Phone 477-3202 

Affrihib 

APPRAISALS 

THE PERMANENT 
3647SHELBOURNE ST. 
BUSTER EALES 
477-0141 

BEAL ESTATE APPRAISALS 

D. M. (QDUOMMCKIIIOO 

lsl.no Honws Realty Ltd. 

AiteObn 

ISLAND GLASS COMPANY 
Windshields installed, leaks re¬ 
paired. Domestic Glass. Mobile 
Service. 384-9111. 

B*nftthg 

„ . OAYCARE 

Colwood Happy family home. 
Government approved All ages 
welcome. Excellent references. 
Corner Sooke/Metchosln Road. 
478-1033. 

LICENSED DAYCARE HOME 
across from Richmond Elemen 
tarv, will take kindergarten age 
children, excellent references, 
substantial noon meal and snacks 
provided. 592-1407. 

WILL BABYSIT MY HOME. 
Monday through Friday or Satur 
day. full-time and part time, any 
aoe welcome. Carey Road/Col 
umbine Wav/Inter urban area. 
479-8136 

LOVING, EDUCATIONAL 
childcare, registered with PCCF. 
mother-daughter team Gordon 
Head Rd. 721-5440. 

LICENSED DAYCARE. FULLY 
experienced with children and 
infants, Shelbourne/K Mart area 
477-6044. 

TIRED PARENTS. HAVE THAT 
weekend away while Mothering 
Heights cares for your children 

TEACHER/MOTHER HAS EX 
cel lent care for preschoolers In 
licenced, registered home 
479-0496. 

DAYCARE. FI/LL oi PART 
f lme, Oak Bay border. Phone 
598-3198. 

LOVING MOTHER WILL OO 
daycare on weekdays, close to 
Lakehill School. 479-0660. 

RELIABLE MOTHER WOULD 
like to babysit, Colwood area. 
Phone 478-1038 

WILL BABYSIT WEEKDAYS IN 
mv home. Belmont area 
478-0180. 

WILL BABYSIT. MY HOME. 
Quadra School area 384 9819 

CAN BABYSIT ANYTIME. $5. 
dav 384-0863 

BMUHfkg 

EXCELLENT BOOKKEEPER 
will do write-up of books and trial 
balance, typing, taxes, etc. Rea 
sonable 478-4433 Jean. 

Brick L*r*rt 

25 YEARS' EXPERIENCE, 
fireplaces, chimney repairs, 
house facings, etc. Ooug. 479-5975, 
721-5012. 

CahfcMt Making 

KITCHEN CABINETS. BATH- 
room vanities, counter tops, all 
custom built or refaclng old cabi 
nets with new modern designs 
with low price. For tree estimate 
479-7245. 

CUSTOM CABINETS 

Refacino-Free Estimate 384 2323 

Carpcattn 

1 AM AN EXPERIENCED PRO 
fessional builder, fourty years ex 
perlence. 1 will build your house, 
cupboards, vanities, stairwells or 
dormers, i have good tools and 
know how to use them. My tools 
and labour $10 per hour or corv 
tract. 652-3512 

RENOVATING? 

Want some ideas! Kitchens, bath¬ 
rooms and rec rooms my spe¬ 
cialty. for a free estimate call 
Terry. 479-9573. 

F. J. CONSTRUCTION. ALL 
sorts of carpenter work, add! 
tions, alterations, finishing, 
framing, etc Private and com¬ 
mercial. Free estimates. Call 
Fred Jorgensen. 642-3075. 

IF YOU ARE TIREDOF MEDIO 
cure workmanship, call Robert 
Innes, 598 2795 for all home reno¬ 
vations. additions, rec rooms, 
etc. 

CARPENTERS 

Finishing, greenhouses. Geodesic 
domes a speciality Reasonable 

&LV& fh " or Bob - 

EXPERIENCED IN ALL 
Phases, woodwork, remodelling, 
repairs, alterations, additions, 
«ny size. Free estimates. 
477-7643 

COMPLETE HOME CON 
struction services. Hour or bv 
contract. Sidney and North Saan¬ 
ich 656-3403,656-0295 

DEAN ALBERTSON 
_ 386-9063 

For complete basement suite, rec 
room, bedroom and bathroom 

FRAMING BY JW PATTERSON 
Construction Ltd. free estimates. 
Call John 386-2929. 

REMODELING. ADDITIONS, 
stairways, entrys. all home and 
commercial repairs. Phpne 
477-7382. 

„ OAK BAY 

Community Carpenter. Addi¬ 
tions, renovations, f Inishing. cabi¬ 
nets. Call Terry 595^046 

FINISHING CARPENTER, 
basements, sundecks, cabinets. 

sgto&nssr* Rea “° 

QUALITY CARPENTRY AT 
reasonable rates. Contract or 
hourly Guaranteed workman 
ship. 642 4106. 

LICENSEO (INTERPROVIN- 
cial) carpenter, renovations, ad 
ditions. drywail. all work guaran¬ 
teed. references 3888977 

RENOVATIONS/BASEMENTS 

477-7038 

Framing. Drywail. Electrical. 
Best prices in town 

PE RMA CONST. LTD. 

FREE ESTIMATES. 3M 2323 

ADDITIONS. RENOVATIONS, 
repairs, finishing, hour or con- 


COMMERCIAL 

Carpentry . Disolay cabinets - 
Desions. Call Terry 595^016 

NEW CONSTRUCTION OR REN 
ovations, planning, drawing, lay¬ 
out and work. 656-4947 

CARPENTER, 30 YEARS Ex¬ 
perience Alterations, additions, 
rumpus rooms. 652-14R. 

EXPERIENCED FRAMING 
crew available for- house and 
smaller jobs. 478-2393. - r 

FRAMING CREW AVAILABLE 
immediately. Reasonable rates, 
call Bob652-5527. 

ISLAND FRAMING 

652-3572 

SMALL JOBS A SPECIALTY. 
Call 598 2920 


SATURDAY, JANUARY 26, 1980 


BUSINESS SERVICES 
AND DIRECTORY 


FRAMING CREW AVAILABLE. 
Call Kase 652 3433. 


OFFICE RENOVATIONS 
477-7038 


Carp«t CtoMfat 


PHIL'S CARPET CLEANING. 


REGIONAL CARPET CLEAN, 
cleaning. LI * 


ting room, hall. 




Caipata and Uaateam 



B«VmR r «iNGSLTD 

520 Duplin Rd. 

382-2116 


HOME CENTRE 

1588 Hillside 59*1225 

Carpeting a new home or recar¬ 
peting your present one see the 
Homemakers. Contact Mai Con¬ 
nors. 595-1225 

You Install! 

We install! 

12 month warranty on our instal¬ 
lations. 


CARPETS AND LINOS LTD. 
FLOOR COVERING 
SPECIALISTS 

715 PANDORA AVE. 386-2401 


18 YEARS EXPERIENCED 
c . ar R et J* v#f Ch eao **■ cash In¬ 
stallations, repairs, restretch. 
Phone Master Power Wash 
384-6818 anytime. 


CARPETS .INSTALLED, 
cleaned, repaired, restretch 
Free estimates. 388-6543 or 
388-6275 pager 2316. 


CARPETS AND LINO IN- 
statled. reasonable rates, free es 
flmates, workmanship guaran- 
feed. 383-6791 


CARPET ANDLINO IS ALARGE 
Investment, our professional In¬ 
stallation will protect that Invest¬ 
ment. 478 6800. 


NEEO YOUR CARPET IN 
stalled Call 388-7245 week nights 
between S-7 pm. Free estimates. 


CARPET ANO LINO WE LAY 
the best and tlx the rest. 479-0782 


READY MIXED CONCRETE 
when you want It • we deliver on 
weekends. Smaller jobs a spe¬ 
cialty. Personalized, friendly ser 
vice. Phone 478 3522 (24 hrs) or 
388 5464 pager 611. Small Load 
Cement Products Ltd, 2650 Nob- 
hill Rd. 


G AND R CONCRETE FINISH- 
ers. all type of concrete work No 
job too small 383-8985 after 4. 
388 9820 


FORMS. CEMENT WORK, 
steps, foundations, sidewalks, 
etc Steve Laszlo 479-4756. 


Ceramic THrj 


CUSTOM CERAMIC TILE ANO 
stone work, free estimates. All 
work guaranteed. 656-5494. 


CMwi y Service 


DON'T RISK A CHIMNEY FIRE 
Call BLACK STACK Chimney 
Sweep, member of Blue Army and 
B B S. 10% Off metal chimneys. 
384-7811,9 a.m. -9 p.m. 


BLACK MAGICK 
Chimney Sweeps 
7 days a week_385 2813 


CHIMNEY REPAIRS RE- 
pointing and Flashing. Graham 
Contracting. 381 1112. 


ESQUIMALT CHIMNEY 
Sweepina 6 days a week, full ser 
vice. 385 6994 


Cl i M W 


CLEANUP SERVICE 
Cleanup of yards, basements. 
Mauling, windows and painting 
Free estimates. Prompt service. 
Reasonable 598 2622. ask for 
Dave or leave message 


CLEANUP MAN WITH 12 


cleanup of your van- 

garage, hauling, fence repaired 
or replaced, free estimates, rea- 
sonable rates 388-4678 after 4. 


4 BROTHERS — ALL AREAS 
FREE ESTIMATES ANYTIME 
NO CHARGE ANO UP 
Yard. Basement. Garage. Etc. 
Hauling and Bobcat, 479-6112 


FAST EFFICIENT YARD, 
basement and garaoe cleanup 
Also scrap metal pickup and gerv 
wal appliance and furniture mov- 
Inq. 38S-77S5 ask tor Jess. 


REASONABLE CLEANUP. 
Yards, basements, etc. also haul¬ 
ing. free estimates. 479-5823. 


CLEANUP SERVICE. OAK BAY- 
F airfield speciality, basements, 
yards, etc. Hauling. Free esti- 
mates. 598-7595 or YR 97332. 


CLEANUP MAN AND EMPTY 
truck looking for work,reason- 
ab)e.385-796S. 


HAULING ANO CLEANUPS. 
Basement, yard, compost Free 
estimates Eugene's. 383-3528 


CLEANUPS. BASEMENTS, 
attics, yards, composts, and junk 
hauling 658-5406. 


^-TON TRUCK, POWER SAW 
and man looking for work. 
388-4875. 


CLEAN-UP YARDS. COMPOSTS 
and basements, prompt service, 
reasonable rates. 478-4943. 


HOUSECLEANING OONE. 
Fast, reliable, efficient. Call 
Leah-Ana 38S-9137. 


BASEMENTS CLEANED AND 
vacuumed, rubbish hauled. 
479 4067. 


WILL PICKUP ANYTHING BIG 
or small, call Paul, 478-6832. 


FATHER AND SON WITH VAN. 
delivery, cleanups, etc 386-9500. 


C«itr»ctirs 


WHEATON 

CONSTRUCTION LTD. 
General Contractors 
Building Consultants 
385-S702 


FARMER 
CONSTRUCTION 
Design— Renovations 
388-5121 


T.&C. BUILDERS LTD. 
Framing 

385-5293 385-8587 


CUSTOM BUILT HOMES BY 

Integrity Builders 

479-8704 


COMPLETE NEW HOME Con¬ 
struction. Plans and desions 
available 656-2164. 


PACIFIC LOG HOMES LTD. 
Custom Lop Homes. For inform® 
tion call 658-1186. 


ISLAND FRAMING 
-652-3572 — 


BUSINESS SERVICES 
ANB DIRECTORY 


LET US DESIGN YOUR NEW 
home with a unique plan of your 
choice. Reasonable rates. Protes 
sional presentation. Call 
UNI—TEC Group. 652-3580 


ARCHITECTURAL STRUCTUR- 
al drafting services custom or 
renovations. Hourly/contract, 
certified. 479-0896. 


Draparias 


Floor Covering Specialists 

#M$T0M 
DR ERIES 
—Bedspreads— 

•PAO'Serffc^AE SERVICE 


715 PANDORA / 


386-2401 


DRAPES. SLIP C6v£RS, BOAT 
and camper cushions etc. Work 
manship guaranteed. Phone 
385 0646. 


GISELE'S CUSTOM DRESS- 
maklno. Design, alterations, res¬ 
tyling, repairs. Guaranteed work. 
Phone 386-4434, Monday to Fri¬ 
day. 812 and 1-5. After hours and 
weekends, phone 4783236. Satur 
day by appointment only, 


ERZSI DRESSMAKING BOU- 
tlque now open, professional 
dressmaking, designing and al 
teratlons. Call 382-5712 
9:3Qam.-5:30pm. Mon Sat 


^^'^.GPROJECTS FIN- 
ishejlCiothing. embroidery, etc 
384-1002 anytime. 


1 NOV AT IVE SEWING: QUILTS, 
wall hangings, clothing, bags, 
canvas work, 385-7162 


DEAN ALBERTSON 
, 386-9063 

Specializing in small drywail 
iobs, renovation and repairs. 
Complete texturing service. 


“SPRAYMAN' 

Specializing in all types of texture 
ceilings and wall, satisfaction 
guaranteed. 652-3601. 


BOARDING ANO TAPING, 
free estimates, satisfaction 
guaranteed Phone 474-2057 


DILIGENT DRYWALLCO. ^ 

Installation and finishing of gyp- 
fu^lJ^rd. All work gu.ran- 


BOAROING. TAPING ANO 
other decorating specialities. 
Free estimate. Workmanship 
guaranteed. 385-4725. 

GORftbN HEAD DRYWALL 

Ltd. For all drywail needs Phone 
477-6497 


FOR SURE RB JOB AT REASON 
able rates phone 652-5752. 


TAPING-TEXTURE 
immediate, inexpensive 477 7038 


ElictrfcBl CMiracttrs 


RG HELLER ELECTRIC 
Resident, commercial, small In¬ 
dustrial. Old home rewirino. Very 
reasonable rates. 4784032, If no 
answerM5- MW 


5-5335. 


CALL HENRY AT 

384-3323 

ELCON PROJECTS LTO 


OLDER HOMES REWIRED — 
NO down payment. We finance at 
bank rates with approved credit. 
EOOY'S ELECTRIC—385-7666 


DO YOU HAVE SMALL ELEC 
trlcal wiring iobs? No one is In- 
p * ase «N evenings. 

652-5809. 


LICENCED ELECTRIAN WILL 
do small or big electrical wiring 
iobs from ranges to houses. Free 
estimates. 595-6631 or 381-6910 


. ALDERLEY ELECTRIC 
Small-hookups to laroe wirlno 
jobs. Done promptly at reason- 
able rates. 6585373. 


L l.?£ NSeD ELECTRICIAN 
will do new wiring, rewiring, hot 

—-- - - 479-9765. 


water tanks installed. 4 


RENOVATION ANO BASE- 
ment wiring Immediate. Inex 
pensive. 477-7038. 


SMALL WIRING JOBS. SER 
vice calls, at prices vou can af- 
ford. 636-5294. 


24 HOUR SERVICE ELECTRI 
cal contractor 3864035 or 388627S 
pager 2352. 


Eiemtfag 


MANSELL BOBCAT SERVICE 
Weekend specialists. Call 

478 2S7 °- tor leveling. 

backfilling, septic fields, post 
holes, sand, gravel or topsoil sup¬ 
plied. spread, leveled. Basements 
dug, landscaping and rock work 


QUALITY WORK AT REASON- 

able prices by reliable established 
Contractor Cats, backhoe and 
trucking. Call Barnes Construe 
tion Services 479-2595 


ROBERTSON'S EXCAVATING 
Track machine with backhoe 
Roads^basements, backfilling. 


BRENTWOOD BOBCAT SER 
vice. Bobcats from $18 
hour652 3519 or 652-9957 


ISLAND CHAIN LINK 
Fencing In wire or wood 
Small jobs a specialty 
477-033F 


EUROPEAN CRAFTSMAN, ALL 


types of fencing and repairs. 
Guaranteed work. Gordon Head. 



COMPLETE FLOOR CENTRE 
Hardwood, Carpets and Linos 
532 William St!. 384-0343 
Nights: Al. 386-3078 
Mike, 652-4308 


FotMot R«fimsM*g 


ANTIQtVE RESTORATION AND 
reproduction, highest quality 
craftsmanship. Dove West. 
3885517 


FURNITURE AND INSIDE 
woodwork hand stripped, free 
Pickup, delivery, and estimates. 
384-1002 anytime 


FURNITURE REFlNISHING. 
reasonable rates, estimates 
382-5582. 


_4 BROTHERS ALL AREAS 
FREE ESTIAAATES ANYTIME 
ROTOTILLING. yard cleanups, 
lawn maintenance, new lawn 
preparations. Bobcat Service. 
Hauling. 

FAU. CLEANUPS 4796112 


TYRELLS GARDEN SERVICE 
Early spring garden service, 
pruning fruit trees, hedges, bark 
mulch installations, full lawn rea 
ovating. general yard cleanup. 
Call day or night 652-2087. 
652-2735. 


HARVEY'S LANDSCAPING 
Experienced Chinese gardener, 
book now. Pruning, spraying, 
power raking, aerating, garden 
design All phases. 479-7078, 


RELIABLE GARDNER FOR 
prunino and trimming shrubs, 
evergreens and hedges. General 
garden cleanup. Also full mainte- 
nance program. 478-6781 


TERRA NOVA 
Complete garden maintenace. 

—~*»ng-*-*“ “ 


pruning, spraying now 381-0860 


PROFESSIONAL PRUNING 
fruit trees, ornamentals Horti 
cultural degree with spray ticket 
Oavld 592-8916. 


X BUSINESS SERVKES 
AND DIRECTORY 

X BUSINESS SERVICES 

MID DIRECTORY 

GardMkig 

Luidscipfac w 

QUALITY LANDSCAPING LTD. 
Pruning, gardening, maintenance 
and cleanup. New lawn prepara¬ 
tion. power raking, aerlatlnf 
stone work. Monthly rates. Rea¬ 
sonable prices, free estmates. 
478-5114,478 4216. 

4 BROTHERS —ALL AREAS 
FREE ESTIMATESANYTIME 
New lawn preparation, rototlll- 
ing. Bobcat Service. 479-6112. 

GUARD YOUR PROPERTY 
with Guardian Locksmith, 
592-4211. Complete mobile lock- 
smithing service. Fast service. 

[ Reasonable rates 

CREATIVE LANDSCAPING^ 
Dutch horticultural background: 
477-7882 

FRUIT TREES PRUNNED. 
hedges trimmed, rubbish re 
moved. 479-4067. 

. HatMry 

FRUIT TREES. ORNAMEN- 
tals pruned, certified sprayer. 15 
vrs. experience 3834363 

EXPERIENCED stone 
M ason will give free estimates on 
any brick or stone job. Call after 
5pm 642 5046 

EXPERIENCED GARDENER. 
Phone 592-6188. 

PROFESSIONAL PRUNING 
and gardening Phone 5986784. 

„ SCOT 1A L A N DSC AP 1 NG 

F i replaces, 7 x>ck walls, face, patio 
slate Anytimp 385-4874 

film mi DUzfeg 

SMALL BlfiScK BUILDINGS, 

fireplaces amprlck facings, com 
petitlve rate 892-1905 after 5pm 

STORM WINDOWS 

“DO IT YOURSELF" 
DURA-SHIELD 
DESIGNED BY WESCRAFT 
Vinyl Frames — Float Glasv 
YOU MEASURE—WE MAKE* 
YOU INSTALL 

MAYFAIR GLASS 

ALL TYPE OF MASONRY 
work done. C ill 3886895 after 5 
pm. 

GIBRALTAI^.TONE WORKS 

For a lob “bui t to last like the 
rock". Phone 5987746 

MisceU«i«4vs S«rrici 


FULL SERVICE GLASS SHOP 
790 SPRUCE ST. 384 8721 

M Fort St. 388 6228 

WILL REMOVE SURPLUS BAK 
ery products, no charge 478 6405 

HARRY THE BROKEN 
WINDOW SPECIALIST 
Residential olass. plate shelves, 
non glare & clear picture glass, 
repairs on screens & screen door s, 
auto olass. Venetian blinds. 

GIVE ME A BREAK 477-6534 

Mo*te( 

DRUM CARTAGE 

The moving specialists. Pianos, 
antiques, heavyweights. Storage 
facilities, packing and crating 
Reasonable rates, free estimates 
Call 383-9861 and save $$$ 

Gutter Ctuakig 
mV It •fairs 

GUTTERS, OOWN PIPES, 
drain tiles, chimneys reoaired, 
fireplaces repaired, roofs de 
mossed, repairs and replaced. 
479-8196. 

MOVING??? 

CAM Cartage Laroe or small 
mbves Very low rates. Phone 
595 4376 days Mondav-Frlday, or 
656-3651, after 4 pm. 

5" CONTINUOUS GUTTERS, 
special contractor rates Old 
wooden gutters renewed IRWIN 
INDUSTRIES. 382-S154. Free est 

MOVING SOON? PHONE 
382-4127 for fast, reasonable 
rates Pensioner discounts Lonq 
and short distance Silver Dollar 
Movers. 382-4127. 

GUTTER'S INSTALLED ANO 
repaired. Graham Contracting. 
381-1112. 

DAD TRANSFER 

For fast efficient moves and very 
low rates phone 721-3286 anytime 
or 595-4376 from 9-4 weekdays. 

NwN>s»t« 

MOVES ANDDELIVERIES. EX 
perienced, efficient, insured Eu 
gene's. 383 3528 

RUSSELL'S CONTRACTING 

plumbing, electrical, brick lay- 


1 t» 0 . cement work, drywallino. 
complete renovations, fixing an 
♦ioue furniture, work guaranteed 
381 -01#> after 5:30. 

Experienced movers, $20 per 
hour Call 386 3652. 

DRIVING VAN TO EDMONTON 
approximately February 1st can 
deliver furniture, etc 384-0885 

•NEEO HELP 

Repair anE renovations, plumb 
ino.carnenttw. pa lot ing. cement 
work. fencing,«drywalling. etc. 25 
years experience. Low price. 
Free estimate. Trv Nick, eve 
nings 381-0296 > 

4LMPT YPICKW* AND-TANOtrM 
trailer going to Pairies. January 

25 February I. 479-6197 

LIGHT DELIVERY SERVICE, $9 
per call. 592-7068 

JACK OF ALt GRADES 

Residential maint*vnence. re¬ 
pairs. fencing, remodeling, fire¬ 
place wood, etc Call thFman who 
can do It, 478-8153. V 

PaMm and Owaratnn 

NOT OUT TO GET 
RICH 

^ust to make a living. Interior 

CARPENTRY. ELECTRICAL, 
plumbing. All household Improve 
ments and repairs. Reasonably 
rates 38^1407 

HOME MAINTENANCE AND 
apartments, very reasonable 
Phone Bob DImen at 479-7196. 

'Odintlng. excellent work that vou 
cr* afford l room or the whole 
hdOe Graham 598-3105 

GARkfcTT PAINTING AND PA 
DerhanL’ng, fast, friendly ser 
vice, low Winter rates, free writ 

Hading 

HAVE N. TON PANEL WITH 15' 
trailer, will do hauling. Local, up 
island or mainland Alsodociean 
ups. scrap iron salvage 3886938 
ask for Percy 

478 0992. 

SPECIALIZING 

In interior pamtino^nd wall pa 
pering Guaranteed-Jkxk at rea 
sonable rates Free\ Mimates 
592 7239. 592-3641 after ), \ 

HAULING: TOP SOIL. SAND, 
manure, wood, garbage, etc Eu- 
oene 383-3528. 

OLD AGE PENSIONERS P14E 
(erred interior painting Yefr% 
pages or Garth Glover Painting. 
385-6422. 

LOOKING FOR A DEAL? OUR 
x «-ton truck takes most loads for 
only $13.50. 383 0805. 

OECORATOR 

Specializing in fine wall cover¬ 
ings, grass cloth, vinyls, foils, etc. 
Estimates, 474 1397 

QUICK SERVICE. HAULING, 
tunk, clean up, etc. Call Fong 
479-7078, 384-8621 

STUDENT WITH VAN. HAUL 
hour*3a6 3$2 ^ ldb0ur 88 per 

EXPERIENCED PAINTER 
needs work. Interior and exterior, 
small plaster repairs. 592 7137 

WILL CLEAN AND HAUL, ETC. 
Very reasonbie. Tony, 474-1014 

PAINTING, NO JOB TOO 
small, interior and exterior. Con 
tact Steve 382 6566. 

VERY REASONABLE. SMALL 
moves 3883193. 

CANTERBURY OECORATING 
Quality painting and paper hang 
ing. Freeestimates. 479-3541 

Hmm InfrovMTwitt 

SPECTRUM PAINTING ANO 
Decorating. Interior.exferior. Wc 
do texturing 592-9519 

mm 

Manufacturers of custom mill- 
work. vanities, cabinets, wood 
windows, frames, doors, includ¬ 
ing French doors and windows 
and pocket door frames K.O. fir, 
hemlock finished lumber and 
mouldings, sanding and resaw 
Ing Weekdays 7-30-5 00 

Cr Hillside and Bridge 388 6645 

INTERIOR PAINTING ANO DE 
corating Free estimates Small 
lobs a speciality 384 2838 

ANY ROOM $35, TEXTURED 
ceilings, the best of sprino. 
384 8549. 385-3398 

CERTIFIED PAINTER LOW 
rates. Free estimates. Written 
Guarantee 382 3805 

PAINTING AND OECORATING. 

19 years experience. Free esti 
mate. Guaranteed work 598 8240 

THE BLUE ARMY 

One Call Does 11 All 
385-7755. 

ARTS PAINTING ANO DE 
corating Experienced and rea¬ 
sonable 386-9500. 

SEMI-RE Tl REO PAINTER, 
clean tradesman, equipped. 

477-2555. 

SPECIALIZING IN RENOVA 
tions and bathroom remodelling 
20 years experience Call John 
479-0695. \ 

Plastenn 

KAN-DU FAMILYMAN WITH 1- 
ton truck, hauling, oeneral re¬ 
pairs, construction, firewood Let 
Kan-Ou work for you 386 2695 

PLASTERING AND STUCCO- 
ing, also small jobs in patchinq 
and lathing. Ask tor Jim. Evening 
calls welcome 478-1118, Jimy's 
Plastering & Stucco. 

ADDITIONS, RENOVATIONS, 
home repairs, one man- all 
trades 478-1560. 

FRIEDRICH PLASTERING 
and stucco. Patching specialists, 
older homes stuccoed. 656-2064 

BUILOING INSPECTION FROM 
foundation to roof. 478 1560 

STUCCO. DRYWALL. INSULA 
tion Quality workmanship. Com 
petitive rates. 652 9029. 

teutetiM 

COLEMAN PLASTERING 
Quality lath and stucco. 478 9976 

Fairfield Insulation 
595-6808 

Insulating older homes and build¬ 
ings is our specialty Free Insula 
tion survey. Cash In on the oov 
ernment grant arid save money 
on heating bills, call now for tree 
estimate. 10 % of 1 for seniors. 

PLASTERING. STUCCO. RE 
pairs, reasonable. 479-4779 

Plumbing and Heating 

BUDGET 

PLUMBING 

595-5293. 

ECONOMIC WAY TO INSULATE 
vour home. You purchase the ma¬ 
terial. Let me Install the lob 
Crawl spaces also 1 will assist 

Ss?730 rnm * nt ° ranf C * M 8111 

NEWFIRM 

Renovations, new construction, 
discounts. Law and Son Plumbing 
Service Ltd. 658 8112 After hours 
658-8163 

WANT TO INSULATE? CAN'T 
stand the Itch? Let us do It for you. 
Reasonable rates. Guaranteed 24 
hour service. 385 7755 ask for 
Jess. 

LOW COST PLUMBING 
repairs, excellent workmanship 
Days: 383-0149. evenings and 
weekends: 386-6553. 

INSULATE YOUR ATTIC WITH 

«h.T.T 5 ri?;* n,Cu,h * a ’ bM ' s 

JIM MCGREGOR REPAIRS, 

O A P disco.VP.t - 385-9239 or 
384 5320. 

Janitor Sofrico 

D & S PLUMBING SERVICE, 
alterations and repairs. Reason¬ 
able. 478-0965 

YOU MOVE, WE'LL CLEAN 
Commercial, residential. In- 
sureq bonded. The Family Team 

DAVIDS PLUMBING 

Hot water tanks, plumbing re¬ 
pairs, drain cleaning 386 8881 

DIRTY WAX BUILO UP ON 
vour floors, will strip and rewax to 
nwror’finish. Work guaranteed. 
381-6207 

PLUMBING, LOW HOURLY OR 
contract rates, work guaranteed. 
Fred 388 9277 

Comb coping 

REPAIRS ANO RENOVATIONS. 

20 years experience Low rates 24 
hour service. 652-5813. 

NATURAL GARDENING AND 
Landscaping can handle It all. No 
iob too big or too small. From 
cleanups, lawncare and pruning 
to rock walls and any cement 
work Reasonable rates. Phone 
479-0055 after 7 pm. 

REASONABLE RATE PLUMB 
er. 24 hour service. Free esti- 

Ptwnbmg and Haatmg 

COMPLETE PRUNING ALL 
types trees and shrubs, spring 
cleanup, customized underground 
sprinkler systems, manual or 
automatic. Grabia Landscaping 
& Gardening 383 3230. 

RENOVATIONS. NEW INSTAL 
lations. small repairs. Reason 
able rates. 595-5555. 

Pruniig 

CREATIVE LANDSCAPING 
Designing and redeslonino Artis¬ 
tic layouts Freeestimates. Dutch 
Horticultural background. 
477-7882. 

FRUIT TREE PRUNING WITH 

PORTUGESE LANDSCAPING 
Stone work, rock walls, fire 
places, and landscaping. Free es 
timates. Reasonable prices. 
595 5439 

Printing i Typasatting 

NORDER'S LANOSCAPING 
Specializing In Garden Mainte¬ 
nance. Cleanup. Prunino and 
Landscape. For estimates phone 
479 4474 or 479 6097 after 5. 

ATS TYPESETTING SERVICES 
Quality typesetting and paste op 
service. Fast turn around at com 
petitlve prices. 

8 12 Cormorant St 385 2076 


36 


C-2 

BUSINESS SERVICES 
AND DIRECTORY 


RtfrifMatiM and 
Air C«nAiliM«{ 


BURNETT REFRIGERATION 
Fridges and freezers serviced in 
your home 382 4134 (74 hrs) 


Roofla( and Siding 


ROOF LEAKING? u-- 
We do all types of roofing aw 5 


repairs. Gutters and drain 
cleaned and repaired. Free esti 
mates Work guaranteed. Steve. 
383-4427. 


PARKER JOHNSTON LTO. 
1855 BLANSHARD 382 9181 
“Roofing victoria Since 1935'' 


ALL TYPES OF REPAIRS AND 
roofino Phone Central Sheet 
Metal 4781814. 


BLUE DIAMOND CONTRACT 
ing Tar and gravel, Durfod shin 
gles Doug 595-7722 or 595 4601 


ROOFING INSTALLED, ASH 
phalt shingles. Graham Contract- 
Ing, 381 -1112. 


San Sharpening 



Shoe Shining 


SUPER SHOE SHINES SI.SO. 
Wednesdays Ladies day $1 00. 
Barber Syrt, Empress Hotel 


TaHors 


OAK BAY TAILORS 
Tailoring, alterations, ladles and 
mens quality leather alterations 
1826 Oak Bav Ave _598 4131 


LEATHERWEAR ALTERA 
tions. repairs, remodelling, clean 
ino and dyeino. Ellev's Leather 
Fashions 738 Johnsloo, 383 7834 


BRITISH CUSTOM TAILORS 
1311 BLANSHARQ _J&3-2632 


Storm Wmdowi 


Bi 


BOSSOM 

GLASS CO LTD 


382-3031 


382-0222 


Tret Sarvice 


DANGEROUS TREE REMOV 
?•■'W'np ana lallina. Very red 
sonable rates. Free estimates. 
Fast service 478 9346 


FRUIT TREES. ORNAMEN 
tals pruned, certified sprayer, 
large or small 383 8363 


KEN S TREE SERVICE LOW 
rates for pensioners 382 5310 eve 
nings. 


HAMBROOK ' TREE MAN", 
pruning, tree and stump remov 
als. etc Reasonable 384 5296 


TONYS TREE SERVICE, 
trees removed, pruned, etc Rea- 


sonable 474 iqu 


Upholtltry 


ACE UPHOLSTERY 
477-0455 


Quality workmanship. European 
craftsman Freeestimates 


tF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR 
oood workmanship at affordable 
prices then call 598 7606 Free es 
timates. 


i? Window CtnnMfs 


JACKS; -4IBOW CLEANING, 
residential a. J-commercial, free 
estimates Call 383 3481 


HAVE YOUR WINDOWS PRO 
fessionally cleaned Reasonable 
rates. 5986203 


31 TRAVEL 


EOT 


Still a number 
of seats 
available 

CP Air flioht departs Vancouver. 
Saturday, March 29ttv Returns to 
Vancouver Friday. April nth 
Your flioht from Victoria con 
nects with the CP flight March 
29th. Your return April ltth re 
quires overnight slay in Vancoo 
ver. returning to Victoria April 
12th. 


12 Glorious Days 
in Hawaii 


Including Good Friday 
and Easter 

We have some excellent Condo 
minium accommodation avail 
able for this tour 


Air Fare only 


(Canadian) 

per person 



Eaton's 

Travel 


in Eaton's Store, 
3rd tloor 
Phone 388-6488 


VACATION 

ACCOMMODATIONS 


Fully furnished, vaca¬ 
tion apartments, near 
beach, located in the 
heart of Waikiki. Budget 
rates weekly and month¬ 
ly. Write. 


LEALEA HALE 
HOTELAPARTMENT 


2423 Cleghorn St 
Honolulu, Hawaii 95815 
Phone Hawaii 
(808)922-1726 


GOING TO MAUI 
Kaanapali Beach 


PAPAKEA 
I-bedroom condominiums includ¬ 
ing all facilities and all comforts 
ot home and then some Summer 
prices as of May 1. $37 50 per day 
U S funds Call 479 7117 before S 
p m or 382 7642 after 5pm «md 
weekends Ask for Percy or leave 
message. 


MAUI—BEACH FRONT 


DELUXE 2 BEDROOM, FULLY 
FURNISHED CONDOMINIUM 
PLENTY OF RECREATION 
AND MILES OF SANOY 
BEACH WEEKLY ANO 
MONTHLY RATES AVAIL 
ABLE APRIL BOOK EARLY. 
383-4'24. 


MAJI—BEACH FRONT 

DELUXE 2 BEDROOM. FULLY 
FURNISHED CONDOMINIUMS 
PLENTY OF RECREATION 
ANO MILES OF SANOY 
BEACH. OFF SEASON RATES 
NOW AVAILABLE BOOK 
EARLY 383 4124 


FOR RENT 2 OR 3 WEEKS IN 
condomium in Waikiki beginning 
April 1st 592-7673. 


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C-3 

38 TRAVEL 


MAUI 

Deluxe 2 bedroom fully furnished 
condominium located on a safe 
sandy beach. OK Trucking Co 
Ltd, 386-3414 


CONDOMINIUM—WAIKIKI 
6c2.Available luxuriously fur- 
tea one bedroom, view unit, 
sauna, swimming pool, tennis, 
close to beach? 386 7586. 


DELUXE 2BR . 2 BATHCONDO- 
minlum on sunniest beach in 
Maul. Good bookings still avall- 
able. 477-3039, 383 9512 


RELIABLE PERSON TRAVEL- 
ling to Ontario around March let 
to haul 5x8 U-Haul as far as Dry- 
den 388-9817. 


MAUI 1 BEDROOM CONDOMIN 
ium on beach. Pool, lacuzzi, 
sauna. 478-3504, 


39 PERSONALS 


WIDOWER. WORKING PRO- 
fesslonal, unattached, no depen¬ 
dants Has old-fashioned values, 
respectability Of English parent¬ 
age. fair with blue eves, 163 lbs. 
Hobbiev painting, writing, music 
and skiing. Prepared to give up 
the latter If partner does not par¬ 
ticipate. Owns home and adiacent 
land on Gulf Island twenty 
minutes by regular ferry from 
Vancouver Island. Is seeking un¬ 
attached wife with similar needs. 
Racial extraction not important 
Preferably slim, between 30 and 
35 years but not necessarily. Will 
exchange recent photograph and 
phone number on contact. Vlc- 
torla Press Box 618. 


BORN AGAIN WIDOW IN- 
terested in meetino born again 
widower or bachelor, non drinker, 
non smoker, aged 70 or 75 years 
old with car for companionship or 
marriaoe If compatible. Phone 
number please when replying and 
uhoto if have one. Victoria Press 
Box 596. 


ATTRACTIVE. INTELLIGENT 
widow. 40'$, would like to meet a 
sensitive man interested in the 
arts, maybe a writer, must like 
the outdoors, travel, people and 
life. Oblect companionship, re¬ 
laxation and maybe a life long 
relationship, victoria Press Box 
645. 


MENS HEARTS FAILING 
them for fear and for looking after 
those things which are coming on 
the Earth". Christs return is very 
near, be ready, read your Bible 
Send for our free Bible Planner to 
help you Tjie Chrlstadelphians. 
1396 McKenzie Avc. V8P 2M3. 


TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN 
Would anyone knownlno the 
whereabouts of LOUISE SWEEN 
EY, please contact LAVERNE 
MacFADDEN at 2280 Kingswav, 
Vancouver. B.C. Phone 430-3411. 
Please call collect. It Is a matter 
of personal concern. 


MALE. 40. LIVING IN DUNCAN 
area, steady worker, loves home 
life and children; seeks lasting- 
relationship with lady 30 40. Photo 


I WOULD LIKE TO THANK 
Gene Potvin of Thunderbird In¬ 
surance and Sam Bell of Ker- 
i.-jghan Adjusters for their quick 
and efficient handling of my fire 
loss claim. LcRov Williams 


CHRISTIAN GENTLEMAN 
wishes to meet Christian Lady 
aoe 20-24 for lasting relationship, 
etc. Photo and phone appreciated 
865 View a 113. Only those in God 
need apply. Kevin j 


MATURE WIDOW, EARLY FIF 
ties would like to meet oenfleman 
tor dancing and outlnos Photo 
graph please, will return. Victoria 
43{ess Box 608 


WILL FRIENDLY INDIVIDUAL 
who was on Royal Oak Bus, dis¬ 
cussed Seattle free bus service, 
late Tuesday afternoon Please 
write to victoria Press Box 617 


IF YOU ENJOY GEARSHIFT 
driving, like mountains,-are quiet 
>poken Canadian 50 s. special fe¬ 
male needs you for one week holi- 
dav Victoria Press Box 625 


PERSONS WITH A DENTAL 
fear of phobia interested In dls- 
( ussion and possible formation of 
help group contact Victoria Press 
Box 632. 


ATTRACTIVE MARRIED MAN. 
early 20'$, would like a discreet 
hason with an Intelligent respon 
sive woman. 25-45. Victoria Press 
Box 636 


PREGNANCY AND BIRTH CON- 
frol counselling, victoria Birth 
Control Clinic. For appointment 
Phone 385-3351 


TROUBLED BY SOMEONE'S 
drinking, the Al-Anon Family 
Groups can help you. 382 0744 or 
PO Box 654. Victoria. V8W 2P3 


IONELY, DISTRESSED, DIS 
couraged? For assurance- 
encouragement, Dial A Prayer. 
595 3635 


SLIM SENSUOUS GENTLE 
man. married. 47, would like to 
meet lady for discreet relation 
ship. Victoria Press Box 538 


YOU CAN COUNT ON NEED TO 
be there on long endless nights 
when no one else is there for you. 
NEED, 386-6323 


31 YEAR OLD. LONELY MOR 
man male of high moraf charac¬ 
ter wishes to find female of same 
moral quality. 656-4398 


MALE 31. WISHES TO MEET 
ladv whoenlovshome style living 
Children welcome. Victoria Press 
Box 637, 


WHY BE LONELY? DIAL A 
friend club For information 
phone 642 5622. confidential 


YOUNG MAN, 36 YEARS OLD. 
would like to meet young ladv for 
outings BOb 6 8, 382 2162 


WHO CARES IF YOU ARE 
pregnant? Birthright does. Phone 
3841431. 


YOUNG, FUN LOVING, CUTE 
escort. For good times 381 6940 
Keith 


WILL PHONE AGAIN IF IT IS 
clear to whom No bogles please. 
Dear A. 


ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS 
383-0415 


40 BUSINESS 
PERSONALS 


Unattached?? 

and fed up with the discos and 
clubs and the ' Plastic" people 
you've been meeting??? 

If so, take the first step to social 
happiness by calling us. 

VICTORIA 

382-4434 or 382-5122 

VANCOUVER 

684-1593 or 684-2058 

Also in Edmonton, Calgary 
Seattle, Spokane, T acoma 

PERSONALIZED 
DATING SERVICE 


MAGNIFYING 

GLASSES 

Makes small type look 
big. A blessing (or folks 
over 40. Easily read 
newspapers, phone 
books, sewing — no eye 
strain. 7 day home triaL. 
Satisfaction guaranteed 
or price refunded. State 
age, sex. $7.98 + 1.00 
postage. 

Melnyk Import Export 
Co. Ltd. P.O. Box 803, 
Edmonton, Alta. 


HOME ENTERTAINING 
course Learn this variety in 8- 
scssion course: party foods, flow¬ 
er arranging, cake decoration, 
horsd'oeurvesetc., lots of Hostess 
hints. S30 my home (Broadmead), 
starting January 31st. 658 8739. 

’■SWINGCRS" 

Join Canada's fastest growing 
adult contact magazine V4 for 
latest issue or FREE information 
write: J&D P.O. Box 1383, Vlc- 
toria, B.C. V8W 2W3 


BUSINESS 

PERSONALS 


POWERFUL AMULETS. HAND- 
made by psychic. Health, happi¬ 
ness, wealth, si7 each or the all in 
one $44 Enclose photograph (re¬ 
turned) birthday, as this amulet Is 
created especially for you or 
loved ones. Send your order with 
confidence to Elizabeth. 

P.O Box 939, 

Station A, 

Kelowna, B.C., 

V1Y 7P7 


JANUARY SALE 
VICTORIA DINERSSERVICES 
Full year membership for two 
persons. Regularly $15, this 
month only $12.50. Save 25%-50% 
at many choice restaurants, the¬ 
aters, and cabarets victoria 
Diners Services 2389 Tod Rd. VSR 
2M8. 592 7680 or 382-1510. 


WANTED: ACTORS. SINGERS, 
dancers, musicians and variety 
acts for summer run In Yukon 
Territories. Frantic Follies, 
Whitehorse. Gaslight Follies and 
Diamond Tooth Gertie's, Dawson 
City. Auditlons-Vlctoria'a Belfry 
Theatre January 28 & 29 Phone 
384-1890 for appointment and in¬ 
formation. 


UNWANTED HAIR 
Vanished away with Saca-Pelo. 
Saca-Pelo Is different. Does not 
remove or dissolve hair from the 
surface, but penetrates and re¬ 
tards growth of UNWANTEO 
HAIR. Lor Beer Labs. Lid. 9-712 
Robson, Vancouver, B.C, 
V6Z 1A2. 


IF YOUR GINGER ROOTS ARE 
not In fashion, focus on your scis¬ 
sor image and get vour * l. 

CUT ABOVE 

In Market Square, an absolute 
stab above the rest. 388 4440. 


BRANCH CIRCUITS 
For commercial and residential 
electronic situations. Sound sys¬ 
tems, intercoms, repairs, etc. 
595-7576. 


INSTANT CASH FOR 
B C R 1C. Shares! Harbour 
Square Ticket Sales, 910 Govern- 
ment. 381-6114. 


HYPNOSIS 

Weight control, smoking, 
personal problems, stress. 
Call 382 4092 for appt 


$30 CASH 

BCRIC-5 share certificates. Will 
pickup. 477-0658 


RESUMES THAT GET JOBS. 

Professionally prepared. 
Personal, confidential service. 
385-6145 


ROAN SOUND PRODUCTION. 
Tape duplication, recording ser¬ 
vices, Weddings, meetings, etc. 
381-6151. 


SUNASU PRODUCTS, INDE- 
pendant dealer, vitamins, herbs 
and hi protein. Information 
.479 5907 


PSYCHIC COUNSELLING 
Spiritual healino, Chakral enerov 
changes. Leonard Thornton, PH.d 
595-5675, for appointment 


LIVE IN SAANICHTON WORK 
In Victoria hours 8:30-4:30 in¬ 
terested In a car pool? Phone John 
652-4630. 


BEAUTIFUL INDOOR POOL 
and sauna Restricted availabil- 
ity. Queen Victoria tnn. 386-2812 


MRS. PAYN-JONES. TRANCE 
medium, questions answered. 
386-3603 


MESSAGE SERVICE 
Tri-City telephone messaoe $20 
month. 386-8622 


WILL DO CLAIRVOYANT 
Readings In my home. Phone 
478-0891. 


ASTROLOGY READINGS, 
reasonable. Call Wayrte at 
479 0836 


PHYCHIC CARD READER 
from Ireland Phone 479-8145 for 
appointment/ 


MODEL* REQUIRED FOR 
hairstyles by Friends and Com¬ 
pany 592-5252. 


LONELY? WRITE EMIL'Y 
Quest Friendship Bureau. Confi- 
dentlal. PO Box 5220, victoria 


CARD READING IN DEPTH 
Seventh Year_ 652-1765 


FOOT TREATMENT. PHONE 
Monika at 478-1245. 


MIGRAINE AND SINUS PAIN? 
Box 268 Union Bay BC V0R 3B0 


EDUCATION 


HOTEL-MOTEL 
If- 


T 

Enroll NOW in our. HOME- 
STUDY Hospitality Program 
without giving up vour present 
occupation. 

Clip and mall this ad for Informa¬ 
tion or phone (416 ) 481 2214 ( 24 
hours). 

Dept. HM 14 

CANADIAN SCHOOL OF 
TRAVEL,2221 YounoSt., 

Toronto M4S2B1 

Name.. 

Address. 

City. 

Prov.p.C. 

Phone.. 

TUTORING— PROFESSIONAL 
help by experienced teacher 
French, math, new and old 
methods. 598-2331._ 

WE REQUIRE ATUTOR INOUR 
home in Oak Bay area for Grade 
10 Math and English. Victoria 
Press Box 594. _ 

QUALIFIED SWIMMING IN 
structer will give private swim- 
ming lessons. 477*9732_ 

LEARN FRENCH AND/OR 
French Cuisine with a Parisian. 
592 7097,__ 

HOME ENTERTAINING 
course. Learn lots of Hostess 
hints, see Business Personals 

DRAWING AND WATERCO- 
lour tuition. Free introductory 
lesson Philip Wade 383-4729. 


43 DANCING 


JAZZ CLASSES FOR BEGIN 
ners start January 30th at Dance. 
Vlllaoe, 576 Johnson. Also offer¬ 
ing Greek. Belly Dancing, Hawal 
ian. Dancercise, Jive. 385-2414. 


60 FUEL 


SEASONED FIREWOOD, 
split, delivered and stacked plus a 
bundle of kindling and an oak 
choppino block, $80 legal cord, 
$45 half cord We take cheques. 
385 2491 or 388 6275 pager 2656 an¬ 
ytime 


DAVIES BROTHERS FUEL 
Ltd., $45 per pickup load for split 
and delivered alder. 642-4726 or 
642-5323 


FIREWOOD, $15 A PICKUP 
load. Kindling $1 a bundle No 
delivery. 1643 Whiffen Spit. 
642 5972 


1 LOAD ONLY OF SPLIT RED 
cedar firewood; $45 large pIcVup 

loaddellvered and stacked. Phone 

collect 646 2056 


WOOD FOR SALE, CUT TO ANY 
specific size, $40 pickup Inad 
Mixed alder and fir, 658-8921. 


SEASONED FIREWOOD. $55, 
large pickup load, delivered. 
478-4059. 


ALDER, MAPLE AND FIR 

a wo ha " cord 


SEASONED OLDER FIRE- 
wood. split and delivered. 63 cents 
cubic ft, 478-4641. 


FIREWOOD FOR SALE, SPLIT 
and delivered, $50 a load. 642 3230 
S-8pm. 


DRY SEASONED FIR. ALDER. 
*1$ cu ft. Split, delivered. 


SEASONED SPLIT FIR PICKUP 
load $30 you tuul. Delivered $50 
743 4720 Cobble Hill 


FUEL 


FIREWOOD, DRY, SPLIT AND 
jjeNvjred. *50 a pickup load. 


GOOD FIREWOOD $70 PER 
cord. Phone 386-9813. 


FIREWOOD. $50 A TRUCK- 
load. Phone 385-1072. 


SPLIT ALDER, $65 A CORD DE- 
llvered. 642-3636. 


63 TIMBER 


Standing or felled 
Top Prices Paid 
385-7013 

GLACIER LOGGING LTD. 
"The Professionals" 


TIMBER WANTED. STANDING 
or felled, top prices paid Also 
contract logging. S.T.S. Logging 
Ltd, 112-743-2401 


BUILDING SUPPLIES 




HOME LUMBER 

I I 


PLYWOOD SALE 

STANDARD 

4x8—5/16 Std fir 5.75 
4x8— 3 /b Std fir 6.95 

4x8 —Vi Std fir 9.50 

4x8—$8 Std fir T8.G 11.45 

4x8—% Std 13.50 

Factory D: UnS 
4x8—V. 6.95 5.50 

4x8 —Vt 9.95 5.95 

4x8 —Vb 13.50 8.95 

4x8—% 15.50 11.95 

LUMBER SALE 

STD. and BTR FIR 
2x4—6' $155 

2x4—92% oet Studs $275 
2x4—8'—14' $320 

2x6—8'—14' $320 

2x8—8'—24' $320 

2x10—8'—24' $425 

Louvered Bifolds 

• 1 Select Mahogany c/w hard¬ 
ware 

Vj Louver Full Louver 
2668 $38 $34 

5068 $74 $65 

Duroid Shingles 

210 wt. No. 1 Asphalt self 
«eal.-A!! colours instock, 
per bundle. $8.95 

INSULATION 

FIBREGLASS 
PRICE PER 1,000 sq.ft. 
R12—4" $155 

R20—6'" $270 

R28—8" $360 

GYPROC 

Price per 1,000 Sq. Ft. 
Vs" GYPROC $135 
%" FI RESTOP $180 
STUCCO WIRE $30 
PERMAX $6.50 

Deliveries made any¬ 
where on Vancouver Is¬ 
land and Gulf Islands. 
Before you buy compare 
our prices. For Quality, 
service and guaranteed 
savings, phone: 

386 3374,385-8711 


JUBILEE BUILDING 
SUPPLIES Ltd. 


SALE TTrJ.ubilee Will 
Be moving soon 
to larger premises 
MANY ITEMS 
REDUCED 
Carpet 
Kit Cabinets 
Permax 
Polythrne 

Many More Products 
Such as 

Insulaton 
R12 — S155M 
R20 — $270 M 

Roofing 

Truseal — $8.95 Bdl. 

Interlocking 
Permatlte — $9.75 Bdl. 
Kitchen Print Carpet 
15 Different Styles 
Retail $8.95-$l 1.95 yd. 
On Sale at $5.95 yd. 
See us on Other 
SPECIALS 

(Opposite Town & Country 
Next to MacDonald's Bakery) 
574 CULOUTHEL RD. 388 54)2 


Butler Brothers 

Butler 5uci> " m 

2046 Keating 
J WESMM X Road 

652-1121 

ATTENTION 

ROOFERS 

Special sale discontinued 
line of top grade asphalt 
shingles. * 

SUPER SEAL 
$8.85 per bdl. 

16 sq. bright green 
6 so. let black 
37 sq. bright red 
9 sq. Sandlewood 
11 sq dual brown 
9sq. brick white 
15 sq frostonegrav 

FAST LOCK 
$9.05per bdl. 

15sq. let black 

14 sq dual brown 

19 sq froston green 

19 sq. frost one gray 

All items subject to price sale 


YjMORSECRAFT 

HARDWOOD 

\.'t Indu e t rl ea Ltd. 

NOW IN STOCK 
Western Birch 
North America 

ALSO: Open Saturday All Day 
531 David St. 383-4233 


CASH AND CARRY. ROUGH 
cedar lumber In utility grade, 
standard and better, cedar 
shakes, shinoles and fencing ma¬ 
terial. Also will custom cut to 
order. All at better than competi¬ 
tive prices. Smiley Rd. Che- 
mainus. 246-9622 


SAANICH LUMBER YARDS 
Garages, Carports. Fencing. 
Garden Sheds, Greenhouses, 
Chicken Houses, Dog Kennels, 
Compost Box, Workbenches. 
1496 Admirals Road 385-2486. 


SLUGGETT& BROWN 
JOINERY 

Wood Windows, Doors, Frames 
526 DISCOVERY ST. 382-3011 


ROUGH CEDAR, ALL DIMEN¬ 
SIONS. Hidden Valley Saw Mill, 
2200 Sylvester Road. Open Satur 
day and Sunday Phone 743 2830 


SATURDAY. JANUARY 26, 1980 


BUILDING SUPPLIES 


GOLDBLAT TEXTURE MA- 
chlne, like new, $425. Graco air¬ 
less paint machine, 3300 series. 
$1500. 478-1864 


EXCELLENT SHAKES 
Good supolv of 18" shakes. $60. 
per square. 6S2-4368. 


12 SQUARES HEAVY 18" 
cedar shakes, thick. $60 per 
square. 112 743-2458 


100 BUNDLES OP HEAVY 
handspllt cedar shakes, 20 to 22". 
$50 per square. 658-5025.. 


OLD USED FROG RED BRICKS. 
652-1816. 

71 MUSICAL 

INSTRUMENTS 


ALLCONN 
organs and new 
pianos at special 
discounts during 
January 

—CONN Caper organ 
SUGGESTED LIST $1695 
JANUARY SPECIAL $1395 

—CONN model 316organ 
SUGGESTED LIST $3595. 
JANUARY SPECIAL $2895 

—KINC Al Dpiano and bench 
SUGGESTED LIST $1995. 
JANUARY SPECIAL $1595 

Many other organs and pianos to 
choose from at attractive Jano- 
aryprices. 

—Moving, tuning, full warranty. 

SOUNDOF MUSIC 
SALES LTD. 
lS17Quadra 383-0239 


SATURDAY ONLY 

Our prices will be greatly re¬ 
duced to offer you VERY SPE 
ClAL prices on TRADE IN 
piano's and organs. 

Apartment size piano's from$149S 
Full pedal organs from $2795 
Spinet oroans 

W/rythmnfrom $1495 

Many makes to choose from: 
Lowery, Hammond. Electro¬ 
home, Mason and Rlsch, Lewis 
and Baldwin. Hurry as these are 
sure not to last and come In to 
here why more and more people 
are trading up to Baldwin. 

BALDWIN PIANO*, 
ORGAN CENTRE 

Itiassi 


(across from ffle B.v) 
l7360ooglas ! - 


Drummers Break 

Till Feb. 2. Everything for the 
drummer Is 20% OFF! Sticks. 
Mallets, REMO and EVANS 
heads. Zlldilan cymbals, stands, 
cases and more. Plus super deals 
onsets. 

~$ro. * TV» SRey. $875.*Ndw>7u0. 
Max win Funky Reg $560. Now 

Beat the cost of drumming at 

•*••1^79***» 


COLWOOD 

2244 Sooke Road 478-4622 

Mon.-Frl. 10-7, Sat. 9-6 


AAIGHTY-MITE * 
GUITARS! 

Arriving this week; STRATSI 
LES PAULS! Precision Bases! 
Necks! Super Trax chrome plat 
ed BRASS bridges! Not "just as 
good" as a Fender or Gibson but 
BETTER in every wav. 

THE GUITAR SHOP 

SOFT SOUNDS MUSIC 
535 YATES_381 5814 


BILINGUAL 

WE SPEAK 
ORGANS & PIANOS 

GLEESON MUSIC CITY 

Home of HAMMOND Organs 
KIMBALL Pianos and Organs 
7™ FORT_388 963? 


NEW BEAUTIFUL VIBRA 
HARP. 3 OCTAVES COMPASS. 
$1295. 

BERNIE PORTER 
MUSIC 

"YOUR LEARN TO PLAY 
STORE" 

725 CALEDON IA_382 9542 


EXPERIENCED 

Used Thomas VI organ 8, bench. 
Good selection of voices In light 
walnut cabinet. Good shape $695 

Scott 

Piano & Organ 
1400 Blanshard 386-2434 


SACRIFICE 

Baldwin grand organ, finished in 
French Provlncialwith white and 

S ld trim, matching bench. Jb 
ss peddles. 2 full keyboards. 
Leslie speaker, beautiful Instru¬ 
ment to grace any living room 
Cost new $6000. has to go as mov 
inq to small suite, $2950 full price 
or best offer or trade. 479-2075 


GOLD PLATED 

LE BANC Trumpet outfit 
TODAY $595 
Tomorrow ??? 
v HALL-FAIRFIELD 
MUSICCENTRE 
728 FORT ST._385-3307 


HEINTZMAN & CO. 5'4 GRAND. 
$5800. Fender Rhodes. $1195. Ya¬ 
maha SY-2 synthesiser, $950. 
Wurlltzer 4080 theatre organ, 
525°0_LM |,e 760, $1500. 384 9925. 
592-6002. 


RICHARD DENZIL 
PIANO TUNER—TECHNICIAN 
Regulation, repairing, 
rebuilding. 

388-9295 


VANHALL ALTO SAX. NEW 
pads etc. $150. Blessing Violin. 
$95. Fender 12 string with hard 
shell case, $400 Offers taken on 
all. Doug 479-4723 


YSL651 YAMAHA TENOR 
trombone Professional quality. 
Excellent condition. $675. 
382-5431 


2 TRAYNOR SOHM COLUMNS. 
Bogan amp. solid state. CFI00. 
Shore SM57, AKG-D1200E mikes. 
2 others, cables. 381 5926 


FENDER PELUXE REVERB 
amp, like new, excellent condi- 

385-7164* $W0 ' sacri,ice tor 


HONDO II ELECTRIC GUITAR 
Sale price $299 Pampus Music, 
1108 Blanshard (at Fort). 


NICKELODEON. COIN 
operated, circa 1920, excellent 
condition all around. $7800 
592-4318 


HANDMADE ACOUSTIC GUI- 
tar, fine woods. $80. Small PA or 
stereo speakers. $300 pair. 
383-2251. 


FARFISA CABINET ORGAN, 
two keyboards, rythm box. bass 
pedals. Four years old. Asking 
$750 479-5161. 


OLDS B FLAT CORNET, EXTRA 
mouthpiece, sheet music clip 
Good condition. $175 592-6881. 


GIBSON LES PAUL RECORD 
Ing bass, fury fretless bass. Two 
beauties. 478-7507 


WANTED: 36-42** PIANO IN 
good condition. Eveninos, 
652-1450. 


VT AMP. SUNSPEAKER BOX. 
Gjb$on guitar, offers. Brian 
382-4094. 


HAMMOND PIPER OELUXE 
Organ. Asking $850 or closest 
offer. 479-3561. 


CONN ALTO SAXOPHONE, Ex¬ 
cellent playing condition, 40 years 
old 595-3963. 


KENT ELECTRIC GUITAR AND 
small fender amp, good condition 
$145 or offers. 383 2835 


FENDER PRECISION BASS, 
maple neck with case. Good 
shape. $500 385-5962. 


HI WATT 50, NEW CONDITION. 
$650 or trade for older Fender 
amp, plus cash. 479-0526. 


TWO MANUAL ELECTRIC 
organ, trade for good piano 971 
Slugget Road, Brentwood 


70 MUSICAL 

INSTRUMENTS 


MUST SELL. ACOUSTIC 470. 15" 
J BL and enclosure. After 4:30 pm. 


NATIONAL ELECTRIC BASS 
guitar, $150. Set of drums $400 
Both In good condition. 652-9951. 


SOUND SOURCE TMH-2 BASS 
bln, loaded with 2 JBL K 140's. $500 
firm. 382-7357. 


LOWREY GENIE ORGAN, $800 
383-1784. 


RED SG WITH CASE, $400 OR 
Offers. 592-0740 


OLDER PAULGERAROB FLAT 
clarinet. Asking $65. 384-1682. 


UPRIGHT PIANO FOR SALE. 
$450 or offers. 478-5435 


120 BASS CAMILLO PIANO AC- 
cordlan, $150.479-4815 


71 MUSIC TEACHERS 


THE MUSIC METHOD 

Special. Beginning guitar class 
starting Feb. 

Also: Kindergarten Suzuki class 

for piano or organ 

Phone Colleen 382-8244 at noon. 


IAN WESTMACOTT 
ARCT, RMT 
Teacher of Singing 
Voice production, repertoire, 
sight singing for beginners and 
advanced students. 477-394!. 


DIANE FERGUSON 
BA, ARCT 

Teacher of Plano,- Organ and 
Theroy. 477-7078 


PROFESSIONAL JAZZ Gui¬ 
tarist has openings for In ter me 
diate to advanced students. 
383-2793. 


INTERESTED IN GUITAR LES- 
sons? Jazz, rock, classical or pop. 
The English Music Studio, 
388-9423, #5-8365 


CLASSICAL AND FLAMENCO 
guitar. Individual lessons, all 
levels. 385-8167 


PROFESSIONAL INSTRUC 
tion in guitar, piano and voice. Pat 
Hartman. 386-1710. 


FLUTE LESSONS, METCHOSIN 
or Victoria. 478-8749 


77 MOTORCYCLES 


GT80MX SALE PRICE $649 

YZ80 SALE PRICE $769 

YZ100 . SALE!PRICE $1199 

OT100 SALt~PRICE $929 

DT175 SALE PRICE $1349 

TY175 SALE PRICE $1339 

MX175 SALE PRICE $1199 

XS4002F SALE PRICE $1649 
XS400F SALE PRICE $1899 

SX6502F spec SALE PRICE $2599 
XS750Spec. SALE PRICE $3299 
XSH00F SALE PRICE $3999 

PLUS NEW 

78YB100E at $759 
78 SR500E at $1899 
ALL AT 

MULLINS" 

M)ARINE 

925 Yates St. Dealer 5245 
382-1928_382-4515 


CT 70 SALE PRICE $739 

CT90 SALE PRICE $899 

XL125 SALE PRICE $1259 

XL250 SALE PRICE $1599 

XR250 SALE PRICE $1699 

CB400T2 SALE PRICE $1799 

CX500std. SALE PRICE $2699 

CB750K SALE PRICE $2999 

GL1000 SALE PRICE $3999 

PLUS 

79 CM 185 (ex safety council). 
Full remaining warranty 

SI 149 

ALL AT 

MULLINS 

MARINE 

925 Yates St. Dealer 5245 
382-1928_382-4515 


VICTORIA HONDA 

HARLEY DAVIDSON 

Introduces the 
1980 Harlev Davidson 
FLT Tour Glide 

COME IN AND SEE US 
FOR YOUR FREE 
FULLCOLOR 

HARLEY DAVIDSON 
BROCHURE 
2851 DOUGLAS 386-8364 
Dealer MS4 


Harley-Davidson 

F.L.T. 

THE MOTORCYCLE 
MAGNIFICENT 

A new conception in touring bike. 
# SEE IT AT. 

Brook lands Motorcycles 
HARLEY-DAVIDSON HONDA 
937 Fort Dealer 6121 383-5926 


MUST SELL 1976 INDIAN 175, 
needs trottle cable and battery, 
$400 or best offer. 1977 Montessa 
123 Trials, 50 miles on bike, like 
new $950 383 3638 


MOPE DS — 18 MODE LS 
ISLAND MOTORS. 385-3515 
602 Esquimau Rd. Dealer 5138 


1978 HONDA 400 TWIN, LADY 
driven, economical, 6500 km, very 
good condition. $1250, offers? 
721-3266 


HEAVY DUTY MOTORCYCLE 
trailer, carries 3 bikes, boat rack 
and large storage box. Asking 
$450. 656-5875. 


MOTORCYCLE SADDLE BAGS, 
fiberglass, with turn signals and 
brake light, 16x8x15". Mounts in¬ 
cluded $218 pair. 478-3823. 


69 TRIUMPH 650 BONNEVILLE, 
partial assembly required, good 
rjdin^machine, $650 or offers. 


1978 YAMAHA 6S0 SPECIAL, Ex¬ 
cellent condition, 3200 km., $2100. 
388-5174 between 5- 7pm 


WANTED: LEATHER MOTOR- 
cyde jacket, ladles or mens size 
anya II . 384-4362. 


1968 YAMAHA 250 ENDURO. 
needs 3 m I nor tranny work, $250 


YAMAHA 250 TWIN TRAIL 
bikes, near hew shape,*$800otters. 
642-5790. 


72 HONDA 175, $150. NOT RUN- 
nlng but ideal for bike mechanic, 
handyman. 384-8895. 


ANTIQUE 1943 FRANCIS BAR 
nej^complete but not running. 


1975 360 HONDA, EXCELLENT 
condition, 4000 miles. $600 
598-7386. 


BARBOUR MOTORCYCLE 
suit, water proof, complete with 
boots and gloves $260. 477 2626. 


1978 HONDA XL350, 10,000 
miles. Must sell. Asking $1000. 
592-1915 


1974 DNEPR 600CC WITH SIDE- 
car, hardly used, $1800; 1976 BMW 
parts, Including motor. 642-5345. 


348 MONTESA, EXCELLENT 
condition. Must be seen. $1000. 
477-7714, 477-2223 


360 YAMAHA ENDURO. RE- 
buHt ^gnghre. excellent shape. 


1976 HONDA XL350, GOOD 
shape. $650 OBO. Ask for Bob 
477-3942 


MOVING TO ENGLAND FEB 1 
Must sell 1000 Kawasaki. 656-3433 
or 384-7435 


'78 YAMAHA IT250. $950 OR 
best offer 384-0339. 


74250DT ENDURO, BEST DEAL, 
$300. 385-9617 

1978 HONDA 400, GOOD CONDI 
tion, 4500 miles. 479-2578. 

1965 BONNEVILLE, $600. 
656-3375 between 12noon and 3pm 

26MM CARBS FOR SALE. BEST 
otter. 479-3309. 

1979 YAMAHA SR500F. 4000 KM. 
383-8709. 

78 YAMAHA 650 SPECIAL. BUR- 
gundv. $1995 firm. 595-8152 

1974 YAMAHA 125 ENDURO, 
good shape, $425. 479-5106 

1977 YAMAHA TY17S, EXCEL- 
lent condition. 386*576. 

1978 HONDA GL1000, 2300 KM. 
$4500 firm. 28 Lotus St. 383-0318. 

79 SPORTSTER, 1000CC. YAMA¬ 
HA SRS00. 383-3128. 

1978 YAMAHA YZ80, GOOD CON- 
dltlon. Never raced 479-4003 

72 SUZUKI TS125. 

656-7774 

1974 YAMAHA 250, IN WHOLE 
or parts. 477-9613 

XL 75 HONDA, EXCELLENT 
condition. $475. 384-4250 

J? YAMAHA XS650, 12.000KMS. 
$1250. 1539Murtle St. 

77 YAM A HA 750 z 4500 LIKE 

new. $1500. 477-fist. 

CUSTOM HARLEY, RUNS 
WELL. $3,000. 478-9406. 

71 BICYCLES 

LARGEST SELECTION OF Bi¬ 
cycles and accessories 

SAME-DAY REPAIR SERVICE 

RENO BIKES 

2519 Government St. 
384-5514 

RACING BIKE, 22Vj" REN- 
oylds frame. Campag parts. Ex¬ 
cellent condition. Offers over 
$550. 477-4595 4-9pm. 

2 BIKES. BOYS ANO GIRLS RA 
c ° odi " on ' ,5 ° 


77 MOTOItCYCtiS 


27" frame $250 Phone 382 9625 


ONE GREEN APOLLO 10- 
speed, $45 384 5823 


BOATS mi MARINE 


ADvancc 

VACHTJ ITD. 


16' Surfer O.B. 

17' Double Eaole 1.0. 

18' Olympic, trailer. 

19' Glen L . 

19' Campion Cdv, w/trlr. 
?r'- 3 h» rc r af1 r.G. 

22' Searav Cuddy 
22' Bavllner C.B. 

22' Sangster Dolphin 
22' Fiberform Express 
22' Sea Ray w/trailer 
22' Grew 

22' Relnell, trailer 
23' Sangster Dolphin 
23' Hourston Sdn., 
new, loaded 
24' Surfer 
24' Relnell C.B. 

24' Searav, twins, trailer 
25' Bellboy C.B., like new 
25' Bavliner Offshore 
25' Bellboy Express 
25' Bavliner C.B 
25' Bavliner Offshore Ht. 
24' Relnell Express 
24' SabrecraftC.B. 

26' North Sea diesel 
26' Fiberform C.B. 

26' Brandlmyer, loaded 
25' Chrlscratt 
26' Campion Sdn 
26' Sangster Marlin 
26' Telestar C.B 
26' Hourston C.B. 

26' Fiberform CB twins 
26' Telstar C.B. 

26' Fiberform C.B. 

27'Chris Exp. 

28' LvnwoodC.B. 

28' Bavliner Bounty C.B. 
28' Executive C B., twins 
?8'Northstar Dsl 
28' Uniflyte C B 
28' Troian Exp 
28' Glas Plv C.B. 

30' Grenfell 
30' Chris immac 
30* Monk Exp. 

30' Bavliner EncntrC.B. 
30' Troian C.B. 

31' Bavliner Conquest 
32' LuhrsC.B. 

33' Dbl Ender Dsl 
32' Fairllner C.B 
30' Executive C.B. 

36' Chris Tri-Cab 
36' Richardson Spts. Fish 
37'Alwest Hsbt. Twins 
40' Monk 

40' Cruise-A-Home. twns. 

immaculate 
41' Canoe Cove, twin dsl 
42' CT 42, Trawler dsl. 

45' Grenfell Spts Fish 
diesel 

50' Classic Power 
52' Monk McQueen twin 
diesel 

65' Ex RCMP Crusr, dsl. 

SAIL 

21'San Juan 
23' Paceship 
23'Clipper 
24'venture, trailer 
25'Cal 

?<*. Stair 

32' West Sail Cutter 

32' Buccaneer 

34' Coronada 

36'Cascade 

36'Sloop 

40' Atkins yawl 

44' Voyager aux ketch 


SOLD 
$ 7.600 
S 5,495 
S 6,995 
$15,750 

T,rsssT 

$15,995 
$11,500 
S 7.995 
$16,900 
$13,750 
$ 9.995 
$17,600 

SOLD 

$16,900 

$13,900 

$22,500 

$22,900 

$14,999 

$18,500 

$15,995 

$13,999 

$14,995 

$17,800 

SOLD 

$20,995 

$10,995 

$11,995 

$19,900 

$20,995 

$27,500 

SOLD 

$20,995 

$22,900 

$25,500 

$24,900 

$32,450 

$44,900 

$42,850 

$11,900 

$39,995 

$15,650 

SOLD 

$20,900 

$31,900 

$17,500 

$42,900 

$34,900 

$67,900 

$56,995 

$12,500 

$56,995 

$69,995 

$74,000 

$43,900 

$24,900 

$49,500 


$67,900 

$120,000 

$149,000 


$ 7,995 
$13,900 
$11,750 
$13,900 
$13,500 
$11,750 
$86,900 
$49,950 
$43,500 
$84,900 
$119,000 
$56,000 
$169,000 


DAVE BROWNELL 
TOM ALLAN 
DON GARDINER 
BILL THOMSON 


Bosun's Marina 656-SS58 
10775 McDonald Park Rd., 
Sidney, B.C. 

Oak Bay Marina 598 3366 
Pedder Bay Marina 478 1771 



POWER 

21' Pocket Tug, 24' Sea Ray, 25' 
Owens, 26' TolTycratt, 26' Garden 
Express. 26' K&C. 26' North Sea, 
?8' C h rlscratt, 28' Polaris, 28' Sea 
Skiff, 30 Ex Government Cruis¬ 
er, 30' Grenfell, 30' Trawler, 31' 
Enno's. 32' Grand Banks, 32' 
Grenfell, 32' Supercraft, 32' 
Spencer, 32' Tollycraft. 33' Bay 
liner, 34' ex R.C.M.P., 34' Trawl¬ 
er, 34' Fairllner, 34' Centre 
Bridge, 34' Tollycraft, 34' Farrell, 
36' Supercraft, 36' Trawler, 36' 
Grand Banks, 37' Monk, 38' Tolly 
craft, 38' Chriscratt. 40' Monk, 42' 
Stephens, 42' C. T Trawler. 43' 
Trawler. 44' Garden, 44' Monk, 
48' ex Government Cruiser, 51' 
Yacht, 55' Kinoscraft, 65' ex 
Dept, of Fisheries. 

SAIL 

22' Catalina, 24' San Juan, 24' 
Gaff Sloop, ,26' Relnell, 26' Sloop. 
28' Motor Sailer. 29' Ranoer, 30' 
P/G|toop. 33' Spencer, 
33' Motor Sailer, 34' Steel Sail 
Boat, 35' Endurance, 36' Ferro, 
36' Trimaran. 36' Ketch. 40' Is¬ 
lander, 41'Sloop. 

The above is an example of some 
of the vessels we are seriously 
ottering for sale "many at special 
winter prices." For more infor¬ 
mation please contact JOHN 
ALLEN at 

VAN ISLE MARINA CO. LTD. 
Tsehum Harbour Box 2130 

656-1138_Sidney. B C 


NEW 

STRATACRAFT 

BELLBOY 

COBRA 

SMOKERCRAFT GREGOR 
ROADRUNNER 
MERCURY Outboards 
MERCRUISER 1.0 

MARINE ACCESSORIES 

At Your 1-STop Marine Centre 

mercury 

marine 

385-1457 800 Clover dale 


10 BOATS mi MARINE 



SALE 

Starts Immediately 

Drop in and see our 
Brand new building at 

730 HILLSIDE 

PUT YOUR NAME IN THE 
DRAW FOR A BEAUTIFUL 
T469.95 LAWRENCE 60/60 
DEPTH SOUNDER DOOR 
PRIZE WILL BE DRAWN SAT¬ 
URDAY. JANUARY26. 

To help us all celebrate 
we are ottering you super 
specials. The tollowing 
prices are for boats now 
in stock only. No orders 
please. Prices are good 
while stock lasts. Sale 
ends Feb. 15. Buy a new 
boat before Feb. 15 and 
we'll even throw in a 
brand new Homelite XL 
Chainsaw with a 12" bar, 
retail value$129.95. 

DROP IN 

Friday, January 25 
or Saturday, January 26 
and Meet Many of our 
Manufacturers 
Representatives 

SAMPLE SAVINGS 
ON NEW BOATS 

12'MIRROR-CRAFT 


OPENING SPECIAL 
-»214*- 

14'MIRRO-CRAFT 

Package. 000 lb Roadrunner with 
12" wheels. 1970 20 HP re-condi 
honed Johnson. 

OPENING SPECIAL 
$2579 

16' MARLIN PACER 

*150. full canvas, used trailer, 
new 1970 55 HP Johnson. 

OPENING SPECIAL 
$4995 

170CANAVENTURE 

• 164. top, camper canvas, horn, 
1979 55 HP Johnson. 1979 1550 
Roadrunner 

OPENING SPECIAL 
$6999 

1700GLAS-PLY 

• 238, top, back canvas, heater 
tubes, wiper, horn, bow and stern 
rails, FWC, 120 Volvo. 

OPENING SPECIAL 
$9495 

• 20'HOURSTON 

• 278, hardtop, galley, wipers, 
bow rails, head, cuddy cabin, 
camper canvas. 225 Volvo, tabs. 

OPENING SPECIAL 
$15,799 

2050 BAYLINER 

Admiralty, *147, cuddy cabin, 
camper canvas, bow rail, w/w. 

OPENING SPECIAL 
$12,899 

2200 BAYLINER 
Santiago Offshore *148, cabin 
forward, head, hardtop, camper 
canvas. 470 Merc, FWC. 

OPENING SPECIAL 
$16,399 

2100GLAS-PLY 

• 228, hardtop, heater. 60/60 
sounder, camper canvas, trim 
tabs, 200 Volvo. 

OPENING SPECIAL 
$18,799 

2350 BAYLINER 

Nisqually »149, command 
br.idge. flush cockpit, galley, din 
nette, head, power steering, Merc 
228. 

OPENING SPECIAL 
$20,799 

2550 BAYLINER 

Saratoga *151, Express model, 
head, galley, dinette, camper, 225 
Volvo. 

OPENING SPECIAL 
$21,499 


Powercratt Centre Ltd. 
73tmiLLSIDE AVE. 

382 8291 


Squire and Coombs 

COMMERCIAL 

VESSELS 

FRONTIER I 40'6"tTOller 

$165,000. 

MENZIES BAY 50' troller 
_ $205,000. 

SEA FURY 40'troller $205,0<» 
C 101 41'freezer trolter $198,500 
COMAE 40' troller $185,000 
TELE STAR 35*6" alum. Gllnet- 
tw $110,000 

LICENCES 

46'10" Privilege "A" licence 
_ $96,000 

"C" licence off 57' boat $10,000. 

Open 8:30-4:30, Mon Fri. 
Weekends by appointment 
PHONE FOR OUR BULLETIN 
OF CURRENT LISTINGS 
45 Bastion Square_384-3363 


HONDA 

OUTBOARDSALE 

On Left-Over Models 
7.5 Shorts $749 

9.9 Shorts $899 

PLUS 

Still A Few 79 Merc's 
Left At Sale Prices 

MULLINS 

MARI-NE 

925 Yates St. 382-4515 


Becher Bay Marine 

CHEANUH MARINA 
470 8391 

Clear Out 1979 Lowrance 
sounders at cost 
Sale of Used Motors 
76 Johnson 55, controls. $1600 
68 Johnson 55, controls, $900 
73 Evinrude65. controls, $1200 
799 9 used s/s, $650 

789 9 used s/s, $600 
78 9.9 s/s, $600 
75 15 used s/s. $650 
77 4 hp s/s, $400 


14'j' FIBERGLASS ISLAND 
der boat with 1976 65 HP Merc 
outboard motor, 1974 trailer with 
bearing buddies, new top and new 
steering, $2500 478-6696 after 
6pm 


BOATS mi MARINE 


THUNDERBIRD 
Oj, yacht 
SALES 

WESTPORT MAMINA 

Next to Swartz Bay Ferry 
2<J75 Tryon Road, Sidney. B.C. 
656-S832 

NEW BAYLINERS 
INSTOCK 

2150 Lie < Elff ' 70 140 Volvo 
2270 SKAGIT Sunbridoe 
2350 MONTEREYC/Brld SOLD 
2550 SARATOGA Sunbridge 
2750 VICTORI AC/Bridoe 
2950 ENCOUNTER Offshore 

SPECIALS 
OF THE WEEK 

69— 37' ALCAN houseboat. Twin 

170 Volvo's. Onan generator, 
all elec, galley. Complete 
equipped $24,500 

73—24' FIBERFORM Express, 
188 Merc, compass, C.B., 
sounder, downriggers, trim 
tabs and more. Absolutely im 
_ maculate $11,995 

76-28'. EXECUTIVE, twin 165 
Merc. F.W.C. Complete 
equipped and ready to oo. Ab¬ 
solutely flawless. Lowhrs. 

$38,900 

EXPERIENCED 

BOATS 

66—22' Brandlmaver 1 .0. $5,900 

p—19' Steury, nice cond. $7,995 
58—30' Diesel $8,799 

78— l8’/j' Starcraft with EZ Load 

traller.asnew $9,500 

73— 22' F iberform E xp. $9,950 

70— 24’-San Juan, new 470 $9,950 

75— 24'Fiberform Exp $11,950 

74— 24 Bel I Bov C.B. $11,900 

76— 20' Sangster htp. I.w.c. $12,900 

74— 24' Nisqually C B $12,900 

55—28' Norcraft $12,995 

75— 22''2' Reined $12,500 

JS-WVj'K&C.C.B $12,500 

75—24' Reined exp. loaded $13,900 
74—25' Saratoga $14,295 

74— 2550 Saratoga Exp. $14,295 

64— 27'Chris Connie $15,900 

75— 22' Sea Ray Exp.f.w.c. $14,950 

76— 2550 Saratoga Exp. $16,995 
73—26'Fiberform C.B $18,900 

76— 26' Telstar C.B $19,900 

70— 24'Tollycraft, Ap. SOLD 

61—30' Monk Express $18,000 

77— 26' Reined C.B. $21,000 

77—26'Campion C B $23,500 

65- 31' Chris Sea Skiff $23,999 

76—26' Campion C.B. twn $25,500 

76— 28' Bounty $29,900 

77— 28' Carver $32,000 

76—28' Executive C.B. $38,900 

79— 28'Carver, new $38,000 

75— 3050 Encounter C.B. $42,900 

76— 28'Troian C B. $51,900 

65—38'Chris Tri cabrdr. $89,900 
57—43' Richardson C.B. $99,500 

71— 145‘Gulf Commander $165,000 

71—45'Grenfell $165,000 


656-5832 


C-3 

BOATS and MARINE 


MB SEA SCHOOL 

BOAT HANDLING COURSES 
POWER AND SAIL 
2060 White Birch Rd Sidney BC 
V8L2R1_Tel (604) 656 4335 


38' WESTCOAST TROLLER. 9.7- 
ton A, factory new 130 hp Nissan 
diesel, new Paragon 400 dutch 
and reduction, hew wheel and keel 
coolers, new fuel tanks, large 
fiberglass insulated hold, ad elec 
tronlcs except Lor an C. Complete 
3-year-old hydraulics and more 
$116,000. 479 8655 


DOUBLE EAGLE. 17*6". SPOT 
less, hardtop model, powered by 
Volvo, equipped with new C B 
and three range sounder. 2600-lb. 
galvanized EZ Load Trailer and 
many more extras,priced firm at 
$8995 

- Victoria Boat Mart 
453 Head St_383 3324 


21' GLASPLY HARDTOP 
Cuddy. 165 Mercrulscr I/O, FWC. 
showroom condition Only 80 
hours. Galley pack, head, standup 
canvas. Many other extras. Tan¬ 
dem EZ load trailer May consld 
er comparable 17-19' in trade 
656-6556. 


@ 


McQUADE'S 
MARINE SUPPL' 


SUNTIAAE 

YACHT SHOP 

We have moved to 2449 Beacon 
Ave. In Sidney. It's a great new 
location with an even greater se 
lection. 656 2434 


Selling Your Boat? 

I require oood clean trailerablc 
boats, all sizes and fiberglass 
cruisers 21'-26\ For prompt at 
tention call John Roland at Pas 
sage Marine 6S6 2580 


MARINE ENGINES 

Diesel and gas Complete instal 
lation • rebuilding exhaust sys 
terns.,For pleasure, commerical 
and fish boats Canoe Cove 
Manna Ltd 656 5633 ' 


1976 15.6 HOURSTON, 115 HP 
Evinrude and trailer, one slalom 
ski, two sets of skis, rope, tow bar 
and lifejackets AM radio, extra 
pas tank, twoextra tires and rims, . 
full camper top, less than 40 hours * 
salt water. Eveninos, 382-0936 „ 


FOR SALE LONGLINE GEAR 
32 skates. 1600 fathoms buov line. 
1700 stainless steel snaps. 7 alu 
minium flag poles with reflectors 
and lights. 8 anchors. 9 bladders 
| 2 aluminium bait boxes, plus nu 
; merousmlsc 658 1042 


BRAND NEW 

Package Deals 
on Campions, 
Double Eagles 
& Sunrunners 


14' CAMPION SEVERN 
—Deep V 
—Camper Top 
—Walk thru windshield 
—stern seats 
—55 Johnson electric 
—1200 Roadrunner 
—FACTORY LIST $7431 
PACKAGE $6650 

17'6CAMPION ALERT 
—Deep V 
—Camper top 
—Walk thru windshield 
—stern seats 
r-70 Johnson electric 
-^15S0 Roadrunner 
—FACTORY LIST $8746 
PACKAGE $7850 

14'DOUBLE EAGLE 
—Deep V 
—Camper top 
—35 Johnson electric * 

—1200 Roadrunner 
—FACTORY LIST $5861». 
PACKAGE $5250 

16' DOUBLE EAGLE 
—Deep V 
—Camper top 
—55 HP Johnson electric 
—1200 Roadrunner 
—FACTORY LIST $6834 
PACKAGE $6150 

17' SUNRUNNER 
—Modified v 
—Stainless bow rails 
—full top 

—walk thru windshield 
—built in fuel tank and guage 
—55 HP Johnson electric 
—1550 Roadrunner 
—FACTORY LIST $9873 
PACKAGE $7950 

Package deals include 
liteiackets (2), oaddles, 
tie lines, tenders, marine 
battery and sea trial. 




M urhlflc 

marine Ud. 


SALESAND SERVICE 
Corner Harbour and Resthaven 
656-7286 SIDNEY 

WINTER HOURS 

Tues Sat 8:30-5 30 
Sun. 17- 5 C losed Mon 


WANTED 

37'-46' 

Tri-Cabin or Aft Cabin 

Not over 10 years, prefer twin 
diesel Have older 40' well kept, 
wood-planked "Hotter" designed, 
twin gas to trade Call or write 
Don Telford, 384 931 1. davs. 
477-0028, evenings, or Box 1220. 
Victoria. 


NATIONAL BOAT SALES 

COASTER 23 

2060 White Birch Rd. Sidney. 
V8L2R1 (604*06 3966 

Al-SQk^T 

False Q'^eg/Vancouver 


38'*4l4jXURY TRAWLER TYPE 
diesel yacht, sleeps 9, range 900 
miles at 7.5 Kts., AM, VHF and 
CB, radar, auto pilot and much 
more, $ 88,000 

42' Offshore Cutter diesel, Centre 
cockpit semi enclosed, offshore 
experience and ready to oo, $ 1 12.- 

These and more, sail and power. 
GEOFF SIMPSON, Maple Bay 
748-3242 In Calgary 262 3971 


Open 7 Davs a Week 
656-5711 656 3918 

Evenings, 652-4386 


COMMERCIAL FISHERMEN 
42' - 10 ton A-licence 
45' -1? ton A licence 
35' - 7 ton A licence 
54' Seine drag & shrimp 
Severe) unrestricted C licences 
If you're looking for a boat, we 
have over 90 fishing vessels on the 
Trading Board. Island Marine, 
Victoria, 479-8822 


TROJAN 30, COMMAND 
bridge, glass hull, deluxe mahoo- 
any interior, double wide fridge. 
12/110 electrical systems, elec 
trie winch, recording depth 
sounder, new VHF, C B , deluxe 
teak swimgrid and much more 
$34,990 

Victoria Boat Mart 
453 Head St _ 383 3324 

SIDNEY PROPELLER 

ANDMARINE POWERLTO. 
Sales arid service on Farymann 
diesel, Volva Penta diesel. VW 
Rabbit marine diesel. Espar ma¬ 
rine diesel beatei'' Michigan pro^ 
pellers, one/ebuilt 14,000 B T.U. 
Espar heater for sale. 656-3421. 


1979. 21' FIBERGLASS DAY- 
cruiser, needs minor finishing 
Must sell Only $2695 477-3953 


C LICENCE FOR 27' CRAB 
boat, with 6 new aluminum caoes. 
two galvinized anchors. 15 rings 
buoy line arid 5 bladderr-$cf3f>6-*— 
Write: Paul Clark, Oona River, * 
BC, V0V lEOor phone Prince Ru 
pert, 624-6855 after 6pm 


3 YEAR OLD 188 MERC CRUIS 
er, inboard/outboard, fresh water 
cooled, oood condition, $2450 20' 
tiberolass V bottomcabmboat. io 
vears old. no power $1950 Pack 

aoed deal $4000 Trade possibility 

for car or pick-up 478 5498 


TROJAN 25, GLASS HULL, 
boat house kept, Chev power, less 
than 250 hours, very clean, must 
be seen, owner buying bigger 
boat, must be sold Asking $16,900 
Victoria Boat Mart 
453 Head St_ 383-3324 


CAL GLASS 27-SEDAN. WITH 
att bulkhead, immaculate. Merc 
power, dinghy, swimgrid, trim 
tabs, anchor pak, C B , sounder 
good canvas, a steal at $9,995 
Victoria Boat Mart 
453 Head Sk_383 3324 


C.B. UNITS 

40 channel Large easy to read 
LED display, $109 95. 

B C SOUND*. RADIOSERVICE 
931 FORT_383 4731 


F28 TROJAN 

Twin 255 Merc's on V Drive. VHf 
and slave hailcr. sounder, fridge 
etc. etc. $51,900 

Cedar Grove Marine. 656-2580 


34' MONK CHYRSLER413, FWC. 
sleeps 6, lots of extras, excellent 
cruise or fishing boat tor famtlly 
of 5-6. Sait dinghy. 3hp motor 
$22,950 Ask for Ed. 383 2923 be 
foreapr.?, 386-6563 after 6pm 


31' LOG SALVAGE VESSEL MV 
"Coffin Point'' Official * 34490 
built 1971, GM6V53, fibreglass 
Sealed bids accepted until Feb 79 
For further information call Star 
port Marine, Nanaimo. 754 3444 


1978 BAYLINER 2550 SARATO 
ga Express Only 46 hours on 
FWC 225 Volvo with 280 leg. foilv 
equipped with all options 
112 245 2576 after 6om 


HERRING FISHERMEN 
Comfortable, seaworthy 7‘. 
Seiner yacht "Laredo ", for lease 
during herring season Have two 
skiffs, want two more 477 8780 


1963 OWENS EXPRESS 25 
Chev V8, cruise 19 knots. 4 gallons 
per hour, sleeps 4. includes head, 
alcohol stove, ice box, anchor 
Needs some T C $8500 384 »04; 


?5‘ SANGSTER COMMAND 
Bridoe. 225 Mercruiser. heavy 
duty leg. FWC, trim tabs, dinghy, 
loss than 700 hours Offers 
477-1636 


15' THORNES MOLDE£>4»t"Y 
liaht and strong with i3 Hp 
Evcnrude and tilt trailer. $900 or 
will trade tor Clinker with in 
board 656 3635 


CONDENSATION PROBLEMS 
See the new low-profile, dual 
heat. Braun heater at Sidney Ap 
pliance Centre Ltd. 2388 Beacon 
Avenue. 656-3422. 


16 HORSE OLDER MOTOR. 
runsgood/$60 Also electric John 
son controls and '68 75 horse 
McCullough outboard, offers. 
382 1081 


20' DOUBLE EAGLE. 1977. 190 
Volvo Penta. 280 leg, CB. sounder 
compass, trim tabs, dinghy, spare 
prop, anchor package, well main 
lamed $13,500 479-8158 


TWO EXPERIENCED FISHE 
man want charter 1980 Salt; 
Season, with references 388-51 
382 8384 


-Hr 


50' FREEZER BOAT. 40' ICL 
cocker, 48' freezer boat. 52' ice 
packer Capital City Boat Bro 
kers 386 7555 

16' PETERBOROUGH, NEW 
windshield and canvas top, 33 
horsepower Johnson and trailer, 
$1500, 478-8945 _ 

TMD96B1 VOLVO PENTA DIE 
sel. completely rebuilt. 3 1 10-700 
new capital gear Asking $12,000 
656-5868 atter 5_ 

17' j* FIBERGLASS OVER PLY 
boat and trailer. 40 horsepower 
Mercury and controls Ideal for 
fishing Asking $800 478 4427 

WANTED HONDA J.ONGSHAF r 
75 or 100 outboard in good condi 
tion. Also small outboard. 4 Hp or 
less 595-7195._ 

32' DOUBLE ENDER. CEDAR 
on oak, rebuilt Chrysler Crown, 
good condition, must sell 
112-434 7560 _ 

MAYER STEEL BOAT ACCEPT 
ing orders for steel or aluminum 
boats, all sizes. 656 4531 davs. 
478 3952 after 6_ 

M.V. GETTY 45 SEAT, VALIO C 
license. 671 Jimmie, svtex radar. 
VHF. furno sounder, refridgera 
lion.-6S&-5564 Qr 384 3690._ 

9 8 MERCURY OUTBOARD 
long shaft, 1977 model very little 
use, $600 Atter 6pm evenings, 
477 7332._ 

RIVER RUNNER KAYAK WITH 
sprav skirt, $350 16'plvwoodboat 
with trailer, 25 hp Evenrude, 
$650 595 6454 

14' j' F I BE RGLASS. COM 
pletelv redone trom top to bottom 
Very seaworthy 50HP Johnson 
electric, $1,050. 382 2997. 

SHIRLEY BARBARA It, FIBER 

S ilass. fully equipped freezer 
roller, built on Pelagic 40 hull. 
$220,000 112 746 7448 

12' SPEED BOAT MOLD, $450 
Seagull outboard engine, excel 
lent running condition, $250 or 
best offer 656-75)8 atter 5pm 

PLYWOOD 15' CABIN BOAT 
with 20 Chrysler outboard, it 
ttoats, it runs, take it away for 
$395 592 3484 after 5pm 


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C-4 


SATURDAY, JANUARY 26, 1980 


BOATS and MARINE 


19' BY GLAS-PLY 
2100 Series Cutty Cabin, like new, 
loaded with options, 6 Z-loader 
tandem, 652-5756. 


MOVING MUST SELL. 18» a * 
Glen L cabin cruiser, glass over 
plv. toilet, sink and all. Two 1977 
?0 HP Mercs. Both In excellent 
condition $2950.388-6381. 


WHITE 16' CANOE WITH VAR- 
n I shed wooden seats. 2 paddles. 
Used only once. Asking $400 firm. 
382-8491_ 

MIRROCRA0T 14' WITH 20 HP 
Suiuki with Roadrunner galvan¬ 
ized trailer. Six months old. little 
used $2300 S98 5485 


if GLASS COMBINATION. 
"Sea Chum" fully equipped, ex¬ 
cellent condition, $165,000. Phone 
evenings. 479-3182 or 479-0764 


19' CABIN CRUISER. 4 CYLIN 
der Gray Marine. 25 hp for sale 
Good for fishing. $2000 Oavs 
656 3421, evenings 656-5032 


17',' BELLBOY HARDTOP 
boat, top condition. Extras. Caul- 
kms Trailer. Phone after 5 pm, 
474 2526 


PELAGIC 28' DISPLACEMENT 
cruiser, fiberglass hull and cabin 
onlv As is, where Is $6500. 
642 5345 


THE BUY OF 1980 
38' Monlwdesign Cruiser, semi¬ 
finished riNitholson, 3242 Glas- 
oow. 382-6371 after 5 pm 


27' 


DOUBLE ENDER. MA 
dinghy and 
best offer. 


42’ FREEZER TROLLER PLUS 
t*uenced herring skiff Owner will 
lake smaller troller in trade Rav 
Mason. Island Marine. 479 8822 


1200 LB BOAT TRAILER, NEW 
hubs, bearinos and spindles, good 
condition. $295. Saturday and 
Sunday 592 3420 


WANTED TO BUY 14’ MIRRO 
craft To sell 12' Sears cartopper. 
also 1,200 lb. E-Z load trader 
382 0143 


CAL GLASS 22. COMMAND 
bridge, lotsof gear, but needs new 
canvas, asking $12,900 

453 Head St 383-3324 


1973 18 1 : HOURSTON GLAS 
scraft, 270 Volvo I/O, fresh water 
Cooling, roomy for fishing, $3950. 
478 7104, 385 5335. 


CHRYSLER —SEAGULL 
Ken Prasing Equipment 
VJ4 Goldstream 478 9313 


HARBOUR MACHINE LTD. 
PROP REPAIRS 
31 End St,_383 6555 


BOAT LETTERING A SPE 
oalty Phone Ken Warner, 

652 2007. 


NEW 41*10'' STEEL TROLLER 
hull and wheel house $50,000 
656-6163 evenings. . 


MARINE REPAIRS 
Gas. diesel. I O 477-6288 days and 
evenings. _ 

36' MONK DIESEL CRUISER, 
equipped and licensed for charter 
112 758-1613_ 

C LICENSE F ISHBOAT. 28' 
glass Pelagic. 353 GM diesel, full 
h/clraulics. 383 8994 evenings 

1979 20 HORSE JOHNSON LONG 
haft, used 20 hours 652 4997. 
after 6 

n- ALUMINIUM CAR TOP. $310 
or best offer Phone between 
> /pm. 656 2869_ 

300 SQ FT OF •. TEAK DECK 
mg, well seasoned, evenings 
743-9880 

WANTED CHRYSLER CROWN 
or similar 6 cylinder enqir.e in 
working order 384 3087 _ 

15'.' HURSTON GLASSCRAFT. 
aood shape, $2700, no trailer 
382 646? or 385 5780._ 

13' BOAT AND TRAILER. 
Uberglass over wood, 18 hp 
Evinrude motor, $550 479 97Q6 

4?' A 10 TON LICENCE. HEAVY 
duty whall troller, new radar and 
lor an c. Fully equipped. 598 581? 

CANOE. 16' FRONTIERSMAN, 
f.bergiass, with paddies. $300 
tirm 385 4487_ 

MORROW LORAN A C CON 
version Model * 1850. not convert 
t-d 4 79 4)36_ 

14' BOAT 8'; HORSE 
L vinrude outboard and trailer, 
WOO 382-1718_ 

lh 80AT. WOODEN HULL. C>W 
cab*n, sink and icebox Needs en- 
qme Offers ori $1,000 652-3151 • 

1978 CAMPION 24 HAIDA CB 
•*"jser, excellent condition, FWC 
ulusWt6i>y^‘xtras 656 7319 

?r CABJN tfcUISER. 225 HP 
OMC. cruising<beed20knots Top 
30mph. (Loadem 478 2432 

WANTED 20 30 HP. OUTBOARD 
long shaft, reasonable Phone 

652-2764 \\ 


FIBERGLASS MOLDS, 6' AND 
14 boats. 24- Iifebdat. 8 truck 
f dnopy, 64? 5345 _ 

7AAR — TAK 40' A LICENSE 
’roller in excellent condition. 
Phone 658 5180_ 

WOODEN ROWBOAT AND 
oars, first $50 takes Mike 
383-4986. _ 

WANtED CAL 25 ?/. J^NGER 
.1 26 Call 752-9055. ®Calitum 
Beach _* 

750 VOLVO LEG, COMPLETE, 
good shape $800 or best offer 
642 3757_ 

WILL T RADE $60000RGAN FOR 
$2950 as down payment on boat. 
479 2075 _ 

7 5' X50' SCOW FOR RENT. 
lease 474 1397_ 

BOAT OWNERS SEE 'HOMES 
’or Sale Langford_ 

OUTBOARD REPAIRS. $15 AN 
hour Call Jim at47*1976. 



WANTED 20 24^OAT SUIT 
able for fishing 652 3606 _ 

BOA I REPAIRS AND REFIN- 
•timg Keith Dockerill 595 8358 

C LICENCE FOR 24'BOAT $6000 
hr in 642-3985 after 6pm_ 

JEUNE BROTHERS BOAT 
lops. 385 7751_ 

I?' ALUMINUM BOAT. 7.5 
Merc. $550, 478 3678 alter 5pm 


HERRING LICENSE FOR 1980 
season for lease 478 8864_ 

LASER WANTED 
_ 656-2206_ 

24 ZETA, VOLVO LEG, FWC, 
must sell, offers 112-287 7873 

14 OPEN FIBERGLASS BOAT 
on trailer, $600 384-4028 


81 SAILBOATS 


SAANICH LUMBER YARDS 
PRAM DINGHY KIT $63 00 

SABOT KIT . $75 00 

KAYAK (PARTLY ASSEM¬ 
BLED) $45.00 

M96 ADMIRALS ROAD 385 2486 


81 SAILBOATS 


SPORTING GOODS 




3SL, THUNDERBIRD 

Zjj yacht 


WESTPORT MARINA 


Next to Swartz Bay Ferry 
-- Sidney, “ 


2075 Tryoh Road, 


B.C. 


Racing or Cruising 

Our new Buccaneers will take you 
first around fhe bouys or to your 
favour Island Anchorage In com¬ 
plete comfort. 

80 BUCCANEER 22' 

LIST NOW 

$13,896 $11,700 

80 BUCCANEER 25' 

LIST NOW 

$18,530 $16,900 

80 BUCCANEER 29’ 

LIST NOW 

$46,336 $41,900 

80 BUCCANEER 30' 

LIST NOW 

$47,418 $44,423 

80 BUCCANEER 305 
LIST NOW 

$60,239 $56,664 

Trade-lns Welcome. 

USED SAILBOATS^ 

-iiXJO' Keel boat, trjr,'/ 

'10.500 Ittfli a* 1 $2,500 

75-2) Northwest, trlr $7,900 

75 21'Buccaneer $9,449 

72-25' Coronado $13,950 

78-25' Bavheld $19,995 

72-28' Trimaran, 

needs mast $9,995 

71- 25' Huohes $8,500 

72- 23' Paceship $9,700 

7? 30' Rawson $28,000 

75-23' Paceship Like new $11,995 
75-37' Folksman steel hull 

diesel $48,500 

66 60' Ketch $79,900 

42'Discovery $112,000 

Call ron or rich 



SCEPTRE 36 

Heavily laid up haul, bulk heads, 
deck shelf, longitudinal stringers. 
57.400 Calf 381-1143 between 
7-iOatn. .. 

SEACHEST 

MARINE SUPPLIES 
656-6621 

9732 1ST..SIDNEY 

T HUNDE RBI RD 26' * 181 
racer/cruiser, well equipped, 
good condition, four sails, sailing 
dinghy and cradle included. $6800 
656 1284, 479 3938_ 

33' TRUANT MOTOR SAILER, 
all teak custom Interior. This Ves¬ 
sel is new and complete with 

47?4&? manV 0p,,0nv $69 ' 000 

DUE TO AN OVERWHELMING 
demand this season we require 
more sailboats in the 27 to 37' 
r anoe for our charter fleet. Please 
tall Cove Yachts 112-748 8136. 


656-5832 


G 

$<5ol 


SI* 


ALWAYS THE FINEST 
SELECTON 
SALE 

FOLKES 37. Aft-cabin. 

SOLD 

C8.C 35. Loaded. $58,500 
VIKING33. Loaded. 

53,900 

KENDALL 32. Offshore 
$53,900 

PACESHIP 26. 1978 

$28,500 

?S Si* sails $19 900 

ROBE RTS 22. 1978 

$11,900 

VIVACITY SO^Minf 
POWER 

32' DIESEL, new power 
$31,000 

31' CHRIS-CRAFT. Mini 
$32,000 

28'UNIFLITE. Twins 

c07 enn 

28'PELAGIC. Diesel' 

«qo ftnn 

28' POLARIS. Diesel ' 

$49,900 

SCOTIAPLAN FINANC¬ 
ING AVAILABLE 
UP TO 12 YEARS O.A.C. 
2270 HARBOUR RD. 
SIDNEY 656-5591 



NEW LISTINGS 

North West 21, pop top CB cruis¬ 
er, very clean $8,250 

Grampion 26, inboard diesel. 1977 
model, asking $23,900 

C & C 30 Redwinq model. Atomic 
power, lotsof gear $31,000 

C S 27. as new. diesel power and 
furnace, auto pilot and lots more 
To much to list, askmo $34,900 
West Sail 32, extensive equipment 
list $89,900 

453 Head St._383 3324 



WANTED 

VBM has sold out almost every 
sail boat on our docks Businessls 
brisk, wc have mooraoc available 
for all sizes and all prices ot sail¬ 
boats Now if you have a sailboat 
for sale call us immediately, we 
have more customers than boats 
453 Head St 383-3324 


SAILBOATS IN STOCK 
NEW 

20' WIND ROSE, deluxe, engine 
and sails $8650 

18' WIND ROSE, deluxe, engine, 
sails and custom trailer $8650 

USED 

1976 18' Wl NO ROSE with engine, 
sails and trailer $7450 

BOB WHYTE MARINE 
Corner Harbour and Resthaven 
Sidney_656 7286 


/fe 


Uri , SAILTREND 

1157 Newport 
592-2711 

Marine Supplies & Clothing 
Open 9-6. Closed Sun. Mon. 
1157 NEWPORT 592 2711 

Look tor our display at the VAN 
COUVER BOAT SHOW Feb 1st 
thru 10th 


LIZARD OF WOZ 
48' Trimaran, designed and 
equipped In England for single 
hand crew racing or cruising, 
diesel-powered $89,000 Camp 
bell River Yacht Brokers, 
112-286-0111. 


WANTED THUNDERBIRO OR 
comparable Sailboat. Before 5 
call 386 3464 and ask for Andy, 
after 5 call 386-7725 


HAIDA 26 RACER CRUISER IN 
excellent condition Offers. 
385 3558. 


C & C 25,6 SAILS. GYPSY YACHT 
SALES. 2270 Harbour Rd . Sidney. 
656 5591 


CAL 20. NBW JOHNSON 6 HP., 
new winches, spinnaker. $6500 
595 2904 or 3B4 8075 pager 310 


18' BUCCANEER FIBERGLASS 
sailboat with frailer Duncan 
11? 748 3188 days 


WANTED; SABOT, ELTOROOR 
other dinghy. Please! Paul, 
479-32)6, 382 403? 


16' HOBIE CAT AND TRAILER 
$2700 479 1975. 


92 SPORTING GOODS 


Q 


FRINK WHITE'S 
SCUBA SHOP 

832 Fitgrd 3854713 


NEXT COURSES 
Next Scuba Course starts Jan 28, 
Advanced Open Water Course. 
Feb. 4; Underwater Photo 
Course. Jan 78 


% RECREATIONS LTD. 

Custom Made 
Bumper Pocl Table $368 
c/w Balls and 2 Cues 
Billiard and Foosball Tables 
Cues - Accessories 
517 Kelvin _384 3332 


taoie, j*-' 
harteia 

e .Xr FI 


“WHAT'S NEW?" 

Just returned from laroesf U.S. 
Dealer Gun Show — Newest up to 
date information — 1980 Catalogs 
for vour viewing — Famous Com 
panles such as — Coif, S&W, 
)uger. H&R, Marlin, Ithlca, Sav¬ 
age, Valmet, Walther, Beretta. 
Mossberg, Bernadelli, Reming 
ton, Armallte, Iver Johnson's, 
Springfield Armory. Dan Wesson, 
Thompson Centre, Perazzl, Auto 
Ordnance, S.K.B., Golden Eagle. 
Mannlicher, Weamerbv. Charti 
Arms. Browning, Winchesti 
Daisy. Crosman, Benja/n... 
Franklin. Sheridan. Marksman. 
Feinwerblau. Beemarts. Hoppes, 
Blrchwood Casey/ Olts, MTM, 
Pacific, Redding, Texan, Sierra, 
Ponsness-Warren, Lee, Bonanza, 
Fo rjrfer, Mec. Hercules, 
R "*€.5., Lyman, williams, Fed 
al, Norma, Redfield, Leupold, 
Tasco. Weaver. Polv Choke, and 
many new Companies. 

A Few Real Beauties 

Savage 1895 Centennial Rifle, 
Browning Single Shot 30:06, 
Husqvarna 270 Lt. Wt., Ruger No. 
1 Single Shot 270, Carl Gustaf 279 
H&R 308 Auto, Husqvarna 308, 
Eraser River Hawken 54 Cal 
(Handmade in Canada). S&W 
Models 19, 28, 59, 39. 27-2, Colt 
Python 357, Colt 1911 45, Valmet 
M-71-S 223, New shipment of 
Brownings. 

Take Advantage 

Most of our stock Is still af 1979 
prices — use our FREE Lav-a- 
wav Plan. 

576 Yates Street 383-2422 




50 Years Ahead ' 
Check Our Prices 
A Great Deal — Savage 12G 
Pump-box ammo shell belt — all 
for $169 

RIFLES - Win mod 100 308 auto 
4x$?99 — Whitworth 7x57 2'ix$249 

— Win 225 4x$349 - Marlin .44 
mag $199 — Park/Hale 7mm $289 

- SHOTGUNS — Ithlca 12 dble 
$394 — C.I.L. 12G Pump $169 - 
S K B. 12 G. auto $2^4 — Brown¬ 
ing 12G dble $399 — Pistols — 
S&W 44 mag 6* a" $479 - Ruger 
.22 single six stainless $269 babv 
Browning. 25 auto $129 

VANCOUVER ISLANDS 
Complete Outdoor Store 
Hunting Fish Camping m 

nA1QeA»4 IOC 'lOJ'lfl 


RIMPAC DIVERS Ltd 

Make new friends and have fun 
bv lolnino the next scuba diving 
course with Rlmpac Divers which 
starts Feb 11 

For those already qualified, an 
advSnced open water divers 
course will start Feb 2 and voo 
will learn new skills.on this excit- 
Inq course Enroll al the shop, 
9818 Fifth Street . Sidney. 
656-6313. 


R STAGG SCUBA DIVING 
6 week evening course starts 
March 4 Max 12 students PH 
721 3606 (1 6pm). Private & 
group. 2 week day classes 


SKI BOOTS AND POLES WANT- 
ed Mans approximately 180 CM 
skis and boots size 10 childrens 
equipment for 7 fo 9 year old. 
598 1549 


STEELHEAD 

Cowichan river drifts 
479 0938 evenings.' 


RARE MODEL 12 TRAP GUN, 2 
barrel combination, 30" modified, 
32" full choke. $750 or best offer 
595 5282. 


2 PEETZ RODS, 1 FLY ROD. 
small boat winch, small motor 
extension handle, pellet gun, 18 
L9J spark plugs. 382-0971 


WANTED CROSS COUNTRY 
skiing equipment for 61" Man 
and 5*9" Woman. 477 5209 after 
6pm 


KENTRON POOL TABLE WITH 
snooker and pool balls, plus cues 
and rack, $250. Also ping-pong 
table. $60 652-5558. 


BRAND NEW SET OF ROYAL 
mens right hand irons, 3 to wedge 
Regular $399, now $199. Duncan, 
748-4850 


MICRON SKATES. BOYS SIZE 8. 
Excellent condition. $40. Call 
592 8037 after 5 pm 


9MM LUGAR RUGAR BEAR*' 
cat 22 32 Colt police positive 
Offers 65? 5564, 656-2752. 


and rocket fins- brand new. $55 or 
best offer 598 2182 


PAIR OF LADIES ROLLER 
skates, size 9. excellent condition 
386-9510 


LAST CHANCE! MINT PRE- 
war Oberndorf Mauser action 
$120. 382 7530 


SUPER ROCKET FINS. $40 
388-5561, 3.30pm 6:30pm 


NEWBAUER FIGURE SKATES, 
worn S times, $ize6V». 592 5005 


QjJN MARK I SKl^'NO BIND- 
inps r 8)SM56-6171 


WANTED. SKI IS. 150 TO 160CM 
658-1169 


RELOADING EQUIPMENT, 38 
special Phone 59? 0698 


SURFBOARDS FOR SALE. 
Hockey equipment. 658-5434. 


GOLF CLUBS $40. LANGE 
skates 10. $40. 386-5328. 


BRAND NEW 200CM SKIS, 
poles, boots size 10'; 386-087? 


93 CAMERAS. SUPPLIES 
and PHOTO FINISHING 


bill* 


photo 
-rupplu 

DOWNTOWN at 
1672 Douglas 
383-7443 

For all your Has- 
selblad needs, see 
the experts at Bill's. 


island 

colour 

labs 

615 FORT 


# 


384-2242 


Plus 8 locations to serve vou. 
SAME DAY SERVICE on all C41 
films — in bv 10 a.m. out bv 5 
p.m. 


PRE-INVENTORY 
SALE STARTS SAT 


PHOTO SUPPLIES 

P.O. Box 750 
Phone 246-4741 
On Trans-Canada Highway at 
Chemainus 


city photo 


Everything you'll ever need 
photographically that Is! 


PENTAX 6X 7, EX CELLENT 
condition $700 1BT939S 


93 CAMERAS, SUPPLIES 
and PHOTO FINISHING 


DISPLAY YOUR PHOTOS 
Economical standoff wall 
mounts, shadow boxes, etc. 
385-6170 


NEW POLAROID SX-70 ALPHA 
camera with carrying case and 
electronic flash. $100 firm. 
385-7486, 384-3639. 


NIKON F2 PHOTOMIC, BLACK, 
F2 lens with case. Absolutely 
mint, $600 386-3631 days. 478-8155 
eves. 


SUPER IKftNTA, $125. ZEISS 
Voigtlander Bessa 


Contessa. 
I, $75. 598 


IKQF 

iVl 


WANTED:-PENTAX SP-1000. IN 
good condition. Phone 383-8779 
after 6 PM _ ^ 

- ** 

STORE and OFFICE 
FURNITURE and EQUIPMENT 


DISPLAY RACKS. IDEAL FOR 

S ift shops of any type of merchan¬ 
ging. Steel stock racks, when 
assembled. 2'x16'x8' high. 
DOMINION MOTORS. 1703 Blan- 
shard 385-5012. 


WALK-IN COOLER, REACH-IN 
freezers, dairy case, produce 
cooler, excellent condition, all 
Hussman brands. 656-3226. After 
6pm 656 2358. 


2 RESTAURANT TABLES, 
25"x42", $40 each. Bar speed rail 
and wells. Commerlcal coal rack, 
aluminium tube. 381-5926 


DESK MODEL PHILLIPS MINI 
cassette dictating machine with 
accessories plus companion port 
able unit. Evenings, 656-5649, 


MONO BREAD MOULDER. 
$soo. Coca-Cola bottle vendor, 
$385. fluorescent lights, $15. 
598-1892 


ONE ECROCLB SANYO ELEC- 
tronlc cash register with war 
ranfy or swap for what have vou, 
boat, car or van. 656-3018. 


PITNEY-BOWES 253 PHOTO- 
Copler, good condition. $150. 
Phone 8-5. 386-8801. 


RETAIL DISPLAY-CASE, OAK 
plate olass mirror 
Contact Frederick 38? 


ding d. 
7235 


NEWOFFICE DESKS 
Private 656-5929 


UNDERAtap ELECTRIC 
desk model typewriter 3»5J)S3 9. 


95 HEATING t FIREPLACES 


FIREPLACE GLASS 

"Custom sizes made to order " 

MAYFAIR GLASS 

PULL SERVICE GLASS SHOP 
790 SPRUCE ST._384-8721 


LARGE ANTIQUE BLACK 
Empire steel wood and coal klfc 
cnen ranges side oven, top warm 
mg oven. Offers 598 1068 


WOODBURNING HEATER 
with furnace attachments, $375. 
592-2989, 


CYGLOS OIL STOVE, GOOD 
condition Also tank and stand. 
382 9400 


LARGE FRANKLIN STOVE, 
nearly new, and ’ j cord of dry fir. 
$200 delivered. 478 0689 


TRADE-IN 
TIME 

MATffiK 

$25 on vour old mattress 
$25 on vour box soring 
WHEN YOU 
PURCHASE A NEW 

Spring filled 

MATTRESS or 
BOX SPRING 


MOUNTAIN AIR WOODSTOVE. 
thermostat control, air tight. 
658-8264 


ONE WOOD STOVE AND ONE 
wood heater Each $225 385 8555 


96 MAJOR APPLIANCES 


6 MONTHS WARRANTY 
2 Years on Transmlssions 
We do not put an appliance on the 
floor hoping It will work 6 months, 
all appliances completely recon 
difioned bv qualified technicians 
Kenmore washer and dryer. $385 
pair; top of the line Kenmore 
washer and dryer, $495 pair. Good 
selection fridges, ranoes. wash¬ 
ers and dryers from Peters Appli¬ 
ances. See at Petes Place. 15 min. 
from town, financing avail. OAC. 
Open 7 davs. most nights, 786 
Goldstream. 478-6000. 


BILL'S BARGAIN BARN 
would like to announce the open 
Ing of our new APPLIANCE 
WAREHOUSE, located at 98 West 
Burnside Rd.. beside Capital 
Market We have a good selection 
of stoves and fridges, some with 
left-handed doors, washers, 
dryers, dishwashers, freezes up 
right and chest, in variety of sizes 
and colours 

30 DAY WARRANTY 
Buy. sell, trade, dicker & deliver 
384 5721 or 384 5235 


6-MONTH WARRANTY 
Speed Queen washer, stainless 
steel tub, $129; Whirlpool drver, 
$159. twin tub washers, from $69, 
eight frost-free refrigerators, 
various colors, from $279; twenty 
apartment-size refrigerators, 
from $69; twenty-five ranoes, 
from $69. Phoenix Appliances, 
2009 Fernwood, weekdays'10-5, 
Saturday 10 2, 384-0423 


USED APPLIANCE PARTS 
Largest selection of used appli¬ 
ance parts on Vancouver Island; 
elements, timers, motors, etc. 
Huge selection of reconditioned 
appliances 6 mo. warranty. 
Peter's Appliance Repairs, north 
east corner Trans Canada and 
Midstream in business locally 
tor 10 years 478-4712 


STOVE 

30" deluxe Rov large window con¬ 
trol clock timed oven, can control 
l outlet (second outlet Is un¬ 
timed), 9 vrs. old. fair condition 
^white), asking $175 or offers. 


MOFFAT GOURMET RANGE 
(with upper barbeque oven) and 
self-clean lower oven, digital 
clock and Moffat's special design 
surface elements (3 vr. guaran¬ 
tee) only $849 at Butler Brothers 
1724 Douglas 383-6911 


KITCHEN AID DISHWASHERS 
1980 models in stock Plus build¬ 
ers appliances 

KENYON SALES 

386-1214 (24 hrs.) 


NEW WESTINGHOUSE 
range, full warrenty. self cleaning 
oven, harvest gold, original price 
$729, will sell for $525or best offer. 
II? 748-9761 


- avocado Kitchenaid dish¬ 
washer. $325. Immaculate condi¬ 
tion. Phone after 5 or weekends, 
478-4607. 


HAVE PURCHASED SEARS 
Kenmore fridge, selling 5 year old 
gold 17 cu. ft. Kenmore frostless 
fridge. $420. 642-5136. 


HAVE PURCHASED SEARS 
Kenmore washer, selling Viking 
washer, white, good condition. 
477-1933. 


HAVE PURCHASED SEARS 
lady Kenmore range. Selling 
Bradford range, avocado. $195 or 
otters 595-3220 


HAVE PURtHAED SEARS 
Kenmore frost free fridge Selling 
Bradford 13 cu.Tt manual fridge, 
avocado, $195 or offers. 595-3220 


HAVE PURCHASED SEARS 
Kenmore washer Sellino 
McClary Easv washer, $75 or 
offers 386 7410. 


LARGE WESTINGHOUSE 
frost free fridge, white, left hand 
door, oood clean condition. $400 or 
best offer. 592-0613. 


APARTMENT SIZE HOOVER 
spin washer $125 or offers and 
other small appliances. All fn 
good condition 598-5953 


WHITE VIKING FRIDGE, 16 
cu ff, double door; Kenmore 30" 
range. Both good condition. $175 
each. 477 2617! 


FRIGIDAIRE WALL OVEN, 
older model, accurate working 
condition, needs oven timer and 
ovenlight repair. $35. 592-3390. 


ENTERPRISE COMBINATION 
wood and oas stove, $75 Apart 
ment size electric rangette. $60 
479 300P. 


MOFFAT (CORNINGWARE) 
built-in range top, like new, $295. 
Inolis automatic washer, runs 
well, $100 656-3306. 


WOODS 8 CU.FT. FREEZER, 
brown wood grain finish, new 
Offers 388-4709. 


MATCHING SET VIKING 30" 
range, 15 cu. ft. fridge, avocado, 
$425 or best offer 112-743-5073. 


96 MAJOR APPLIANCES 


DISHWASHER, KITCHEN AID- 
portable. excellent condition. 


KENMORE DELUXE SUD- 
saver washer and drver, gold, as 
new. Offers on $750. 384-5773. 


19 CU.FT. MCLARY EASY 
fridge, white, excellent condition. 
$400 383-9948. 


10 CU. FT. UPRIGHT. FREEZ- 
479*880 ne * comprMsor ' 


AVOCADO STOVE. 8 YEARS 
old, good condition. $100 or offers. 
479-7391 


l'/> YEAR OLD DEEP FREEZE, 
excellent condition, $300. 
479-8828. 


er, 2 speed, 4 c 
over $500. 382 




WESTINGHOUSE HEAVY 
duty washer and dryer, gold, as 
new, $500 offers. 642-4704. 


VIKING PORTABLE DISH- 
washer, gold, very good condition, 
$200. 385-5004. 


HARVEST GOLD MCLARY 
stove, good condition. $100. 
388-5464 pager 601. 


KENMORE WASHER SPIN 
dryer, good condition, $120. 
598-1332 


cycLos OIL STOVE, COULD 
convert to wood, offers. Phone 
598-2427. 


30" STOVE ANO FRIDGE, 
older, exc " 
reasonable. 


BRADFORD WASHER AND 
sp^nc^yeGgoodcondition Asking 


MICROWAVE OVENS FOR 
rent by Homark, 381-5622 


WHITE STOVE, IN WORKING 
ORDER. $50 658-5963. 


FRIDGE AND STOVE. BOTH 
$200. Workjng order 478-4946 


WASHER AND DRYER, $225. 
Fridge. $75 383-3793 evenings. 


FRIDGE, 2 DOOR, SQUARE 
cornered 479-5754. 


MCCLARY ELECTRIC RANGE, 
avocado. $125.477-2577. 


SPEED 
drver,$190. 


G4i££N W 

90. 


WASHER AND 


97 FURNITURE 


3'3" size, each piece 
Regular size, each piece 
Queen size, each piece 
• »le< 


King size, each piece 

Latex Rubber 

The mattress that gives even 
support to all parts of fhe 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 fn. 39x75 $27.75 $ 8.55 

2 In. 39x75 $52.75 $17.25 

Hn. 54x75 $37.75 $11.85 

2 In. 54x75 $72.90 $23.65 

1 In. 5x0 $44 65 $14 00 

2 In. 5x0 $86 50 $28 00 

lin. King $58 50 $17 75 

2m. Kino $112 35 $36 40 
IMMEDIATE DELIVERY 

Open Fridays 'til 9p.m. 
EASY CREDIT terms available 

Gregg Furniture 

"The quality turnlture store — 
where you can see how it's made" 
2300 DOUGLAS 388-7365 


" ll *Xag 


FLOOR STOCK AND 
DISCONTINUED ITEMS 
Mattresses and box springs re¬ 
duced to clear. 

Bavcrest standard 39" 
mattresses and box springs. 

Reg $260 To clear $147 
Queen size box springs. 

Reg. $140-$340. To clear $57-$167 
-Bauhaus 2 piece sectional In 
Acrylic Velour, fawn colour, 
slight water damage 
Reg $895. To clear $647 
Bauhaus sofa andloveseat, I00°u 
cotton, natural colour 
Reg. $595. To clear $397. 

Loveseat 

Reg $475. To clear $297 

Also assorted tables and 
upholstered chair&*reduced to 
clear. 

ALL ITEMS SUBJECT TO 

P.NLQB.AALE and all 

:5 F 


SALES FINAL. 


FURNITURE 

DEPT 

FOURTH FLOOR 


ANOTHER 

That's right, another shipment 
from Denmark back to back to 
last weeks shipment, wc arc load 
ed with fine olde Continental fur¬ 
nishings and antiques. Magnifi¬ 
cent oak and walnut dining suites, 
Chippendale down filled palour 
suites, laroe oak framed sofa, 
smaller dining suites plus much, 
muchmore, open 7 days, most 
nights. 15 min. from town. Pete's 
Place. 786 Goldstream. 478-6000 


ROLL TOP DESK 
Large 6' mahogany double pedes¬ 
tal roll top. fitted with drawers 
and pigeonholes. Small oak li¬ 
brary table, oak tables and 4 
chairs, small carved walnut 
wardrobe, larger oak wardrobe. 
Georgian style mahogany double 
pedestal desk leather inlaid top, 
oak sideboards and dressers. 
Open 7 days, most nights, 15 min. 
from town. Petes Place, 786 Gold 
stream. 478-6000 


SPECTACULAR ANTIQUE MA- 
hoganv Edwardian cabinet, tea 
turing glass cabinet In top, spin- 
died galleries, liquor and crystal 
cabinet, has oriental papier 
mache backgrounds, excellent 
original condition, only $1275. 5- 
piece antique oak dining suite, 
only $495; gorgeous Art Nouveau 
oak buffet/chlna cabinet combi 
nation, $550; beautiful antique- 
style French tufted-back loveseat 
and chair, $595. 652-4740, 


SWIVEL ROCKING CHAIR, 
needs covered, $30, 4 seat couch 
and chair, oood condition. $200; 
gold and green velvet rocking lo¬ 
veseat and chair, as new, cost 
over $700, will sell for WOO, large 
Westinghouse frost free fridge, 
white, left hand door, good clean 
condition, shoo dr best offer. 

592-0613 


MOVING MUST SELL. 2 PIECE 
chesterfield, occasional chair, 
lamps, walnut GE combination 
console stereo/ record player, 
mahogany extension dining table, 
4 chairs, 4 piece cherry mahogany 
bedroom suite, boxspring mat¬ 
tress, single boxspring mattress 
on roller frame. Miscellaneous 
articles. 478-3275. 


DOUBLE BED SIZE SEALY 
Posturpedlc mattress and box 
spring, impeccably clean with ad- 
lusfable bed frame on castors, 
teak headboard, $200. Contcmpo 
rarv tweed swivel rocker, match 
mg stool, $79. 382 3879, 


SINGLE BED AND MATTRESS, 
$55 Solid walnut sewing machine 
cabinet. $145. Dresser with plate 
glass mirror, $135. Dresser, $80. 
Settee Two occasional chairs 
Walnut am/fm radio, $35. Coffee 
table, $25. 383-1927. 


17 FURNITURE 


USED DOUBLE AND QUEEN 
beds and hide—a-beds, $7$-$l50. 
Sale starts Sat. Jan. 26th. 
9am.-4pm. Cash and i 
cards acc 
Inn,2828 T 


m. Cash and major credit 
iccepted. The Dutchman 
8 Rock Bay Ave. 


OLDER FRENCH PROVINCIAL 
chesterfield and chair set, recent¬ 
ly recovered, $600. Antique solid 
oak Queen Anne style dininproom 
table and 4 chairs, $575. Also oak 
sideboard, $90, S95-8284. 


WHOLESOME HANDCRAFTEO 
pine furniture by Plnecraft Ltd.. 

K display (with Illustrated cata- 
»ues) at Leaf Hill Galleries, 47 
Bastion Square. Further informa- 
tlon, 656-6207 


BEAUTIFUL TEAK COFFEE 
table $165. Pretty table lamp. 40" 
hioh, $35. vanity bench $5. New 
chrome bar stool $8.656-1338 after 
5pm. 


ROCKING CHAIR, TWO RED 
velvet chairs, red plum com¬ 
mode, cherrywood commode, 

R atio set, corner china cabinet, 
Ideabed, lamps. 381-0419, 


BARGAIN BASEMENT SPE- 
cial — 5 pc. bedroom suite com¬ 
plete wltn double size box and 
mattresses to dear. $368. Echo 
Furniture, 704 View St , 384-2214. 


BRAND NEW WATERBED, 
complete. $235. Single badr $60 
Maple head board, $20. Green 
carpet, 10x10, $40. 386-7961 


3 SEAT SOFA, 7 MONTHS OLD, 
excellent quality and comfort. 
$450; Bauhaus loveseat $150. 
386-0019. 


WATERBED SUITE FOR SALE. 
Asking $350 for King size bed, end 
tables and deacon's bench. 
598-1638. 


QUEEN ANNE DINING ROOM 
table, 4 extras leafs included, 
good condition, $300 or best offer. 
595-7686 


THREE PIECE BEDROOM 
suite, box spring, mattress, good 
condition. $375. 36" roll away cot 
with mattress. $80. 477-3165. 


UNIQUE 

Art Deco Bar/cabinet. $500. Hard 
to describe. Phone for more Infor- 
matlon 382-5939. 


CLEAN. EXCELLENT CONDI 
♦ion. 3 piece bedroom suite, $200. 
Kitchen table and 2 chairs $35. 
Evenings 479-3394. 


COMPLETE CONTENTS OF 
house for sale at sensible prices. 
Saturday noon till Sunday 6 pm. 
540 Cecilia. 


OM=£SER PLUS DRESSER 
ana^ *-»-or, $25 or best offer. 
Complete wpd, $25 or best otter. 

ASA 5106 


HANDCRAFTED PINE HUTCH, 
dowel construction, open shelves, 
peooed cupboard. $50Q. Cali 


CUSTOM BEDS. CAPTAINS, 
$140, mates, ,$130, mates bunks, 
$170. 479 7400. 


OAK HOOSIER (KITCHEN 
cabinet), excellent condition, 
$650 385-1147. 


SPANISH STYLE DINING 
table and china cabinet. 382 1938 
after 6pm. 


ANTIQUE WAGON WHEEL 
coffee tables for sale. After 4. 
478-0734 


KING SIZE WATERBED, ONLY 
5 months old, with drawers, must 
sell, moving. After 4 :30. 38^3717. 


KING SIZE MATTRESS, 
boxspring, headboard, $200 
Phone between A-8pm 642-3151, 


BLACK MARBLE FORMICA 
coffee and end table. $85. Like 
new 388 9275 


CLASSIC EAMES CHAIR AND 
STOOL, BROWN LEATHER 
479 8402. 


MOVING OUT OF COUNTRY, 
household contents for sale. 
383 3869 


KING SIZE WATERBED, Ex¬ 
cellent condition. With sheets 
$375 firm. 383-2280 


19" COLOUR FLEETWOOD 
portable T v with stand $225. After 
5:30pm 383-0113. 


CHESTERFIELD AND CHAIR, 
wide arms. Dresser, highbov. 
595-5261, 59S-09S8 


WANTED: MAPLE BUFFET 
and hutch in excellent condition. 
656-2536 


QUITE OLD. FIREPLACE OR 
buffet style mirror, $350. 
383 1259. 


KITCHEN SUITE, BROWN AR 
borlte, one leaf, 6 chairs, $150, 
477-5191 


WANTED: ANTIQUE OVAL 
walnut (Loo) coffee table, end 
tables. 477-6514. , 


WALNUT CHINA CABINET 
Circa 1930, 17X43X64H, $450. 
479-3947. 


FOR SALE. DESK, DOUBLE 
bed, single bed and miscellaneous 
furniture. 479-0530 


4 CUSHION CHESTERFIELD 
and chair In Moss Green Repp. 
$150. Phone 598-1084 


GOLD BROCADE CHESTER- 
field and chair Excellent condi 
lion $300 385-6838 


DOUBLE BED WITH BOQK- 
case headboard, box spring and 
mattress, $50 477-6111 


BEAUTIFUL BRAEMORE 
chesterfiled and chair, needs re- 
covering, $100, Phone 385-8669. 


DAVENPORT, CHROME 
table and odd chairs. Miscellane- 
ous Items. 656-3563. 


SOLID ASH 9 PIECE DINING 
room suite, $1500 or best otter. 
478 4576. 


SIMMONS BEAUTYREST DOU- 
ble mattress, as new, $80. 
592 6102 


DOUBLE BED, 2 YEARS OLD, 
bookcase headboard, $125, otters. 


11-PIECE LARGE OAK TUDOR 
dlnlno room suite by Burlln< 
House $3500. 721-3497 or 477-6, 


limn 

-6715. 


APARTMENT SALE. EVERY- 


SEALY HIOE-A-BEO-CHES- 
ter field, rust colour, excellent 
condition. $125. 477-2577. 


QUEEN BOX SPRING AND 
mattress, roller frame, excellent, 
reasonable. 592-0174. 


LIKE NEW PATCHWORK DE 
sign sofa and easy chair. 
595-8425. 


RAISED WATERBED, COM- 
?84 8W6 eQuipped 1275 firm 


GOLD CHESTERFIELD AND 
chair, good condition, $150. 
479-9725 


ROUNDOAK TABLES 
652-4740 


SOFA AND HOSTESS CHAIR 
«for sale. 595 2780. 


DINING SUITE, COFFEE, END 
tables, odd tables. 592-4958. 


LARGE BEVELLED EDGE 
plate olass mirror 3'x8' 656-7466. 


RATTAN COUCH AND CHAIR, 
one vear old $400 383-7493. 


SEALY HIDE-A BE^ COPPER 

BHi “ -2039 


colour. Reduced to $200.479-2 


CHESTERFIELD, $75. HIDE-A- 
bed, $50 382-8592 


DARK WOODEN MO 
bedroom suite, $450.477 


ODE RN 
-3734. 


HIDE-A BED. GREEN AND 
white, $250. 595-6856. 


FOUR POSTER BEO. 
721 3026 


LIVING ROOM SUITE, 3 PIECE. 
$600. good condition. 595-4659, 


M TV. STEREO, RADIO 
SALES SERVICE 


110 . 


$10. servicecell anywhere In Vlc- 
torla. Call Homark, 381-5622 


TV. STEREO, RADIO 
SALES m4 SERVICE 


Open 'til 9 Nightly! 

385-5555 

STE REOS-COLOR T.V'S 

Technics-Panasonic 

(FULLSERVICE WARRANTY) 
—5 vrs. parts & labor on most new 
sound equipment! 

—Loaner supplied during service. 
—Full credit upgrading 1st yr. 
—No down payment (OAC) 

—In store bank financing 
—Yev we take trades 
CHARGEX—MASTERCHARGE 

Used Stereo Equipment 

PRICEDTOCLEAR 
Advent 300 Receiver , . $249. 

•TeWunkiM Receiver ... $149 

Rega Planer 2 fbrn’hftfte $229 
Ariston RD 11 turntable... $250. 

With SME 2 tone arm $399. 
DenonSLSA turntable.... $>29. 
Dual 510 turntable.... si 59. 

YamahaD-DRturntable.... $169. 
Technics SL 23 turntiwe.... $119. 
DuaM215Turntabt^... $59. 

Yamaha SpeaJ>J^Pr $199. 
Technic S&cTJOspeakers ea $149 
Challenges speakers.. ea.$l49 

Quad power amp. $249 

JVCWDAICcassdeck ... $219 

Color TV Specials 

New Panasonic 20" colour TVs 
Special $599, No Down Payment. 
Low Monthly Pavments(OAC) 

Colour TV trades 
Zenith 19" colour $169 
Phi Ico 25" colour $179 
Panasonic 19" colour$199 

Open 10-9 Dally 10-6PM Sat 



F \cOLWOOD LANGFORD 

urnitureland 

m COLOUR TVS 

SUPER SALE! 

LOWEST PRICES EVER! WE 
WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD. 
WHILE STOCK LASTS - COME 
EARLY & PICKUP YOUR SET 
TODAY! 

XL-100 Room-mate, model 
E0339WR 14" with remote 
$468.88; ED393W 18" $468.88, 
ED398WR 18" with remote 
$568 88 ; FD443 20" $478.88; FD450 
20" $498.88,%. FD468WR 20" with 
remote $588 88; GD628 26" con- 
sonr vrsinar; aistr C oio o r rrak, 
model FD475W 20" $568.88; 
GD768SR 26" with remote 
$958.88; GD760TR 26" with re¬ 
mote. $988.88. All sets fully 
guarahteed with service by RCA 
SALE HOURS 
Everyday I0am-6pm 
Sunday llam-Spm 
ITS WORTH A DRIVE TO 

r l COLWOOD-LANGFORD 

urnitureland 


1610 ISLAND HIGHWAY 
(Farmers Market) 
Telephone 4 78-1921 


« 

595-8331 


For Best Prices on 
SONY, HITACHI, 
TOSHIBA 

Video systems, sales, 
rentals. 

(AsK about our home video 
movies.) 


HILLSIDE 
/ight £ /ound 
595-8331 


FOR THE FINEST 
QUALITY FURNITURE 
IN VICTORIA. VISIT 


Tillicum Furniture 

1633 Hillside across from Hillside 
Shoppl ng Center. 595-3331 


Jfflais Jfurmture 
& Tlpplianrps 


1821 COOK 

RENT COLOR TVS trom 120 

385-2435 


TOSHIBA 

Micro Components . . . Dloltal 
tuner.pre*amp and power ampli 
tier (40Wx2) all In less space than 
your average magazine! Origi¬ 
nally $1425. rsetonivat$999. 

CAV 

764 Yates_ 388 6564 


AKAI AT2250 TUNER, TWO KLH 
little Baron speakers, two design 
acoustic D6 speakers, Dual 1245 
changer with Stanton cartridge. 
Duali237 chartger with Shure car¬ 
tridge. All Items new or excellent. 
Phone 385-7868, after 6 pm. 


USEDT.V.'S 

For sale from $49.95. Come in and 
make an otter. 

Call HOMARK. 27 West Burnside, 
381-5622,9am-9pm 


PHILIPS MODULAR 26" USED 
colour T.V.'s with 1 vr. warranty 
parts & labour Home of quality 
service ELECTRON TV SALES 
& SERVICE, 100 Burnside Rd. W. 
383 543? 


Vj-PRICE WANTED FOR SE ARS 
home stereo. Includes solid state 
tuner and preamplifier, two air 
suspended speakers plus Phillips 
high-fidelity turntable. $300. 
598-3919. 


26" USED PHILIPS MODULAR 4 
colour TV. New picture tube with 
2Vj yr. warranty, 6 mos. warranty 
on rest $299.95 

ATLAS STEREO AND TV 
763 Fort St. 385 2712 


CITIZEN 40 CB, BASE MOBILE, 
$95. TRC 204, 4 watt, 6 channel, 
walkie-talkie, extras, $75. TRC 
448 mobile SSB40, power mike, 
$150. 595-0950 


YAMAHA820 RECEIVER, SONY 
tapedeck, Sony auto turntable 
with strobe and Sure M91, custom 
Phillips bookshelf speakers, $1200 
or will sell separately. 478-9472. 


RCA CONSOLE STEREO. SOLID 
walnut cabinet, excellent condi¬ 
tion, $180. Windsor console stereo, 
walnut finish cabinet, $12S. 
595-7678 y. _ 

marconiTolio state 

am/fm receiver with 
turntable, In attractive 
cabinet. Asking $175. 


Garai 

wal 

384 


I WILL COME TO YOUR HOME 
to service vour TV for only $10. 
Call John 381-5622. 

Homark Sales Ltd. 


AKAI A A-1150 RECEIVER, 
dual 1242 turntable. Akal SW137II 
speakers, 5 months old. $700. 
385-9617 


YORK NEW STEREO SYSTEM, 
am/fm. 8 track and cassette. 2 
speakers, turntable. $300.386-5586 
ask for Diane. 


B&K TV ANALYST MOOEL 
1077B, asking $325. 592-4350. 


C-4 


IV. STEREO, RADIO 
SALES ud SERVICE 


SANSUI SPEAKERS. AMPIL- 
tier. Panasonic 8 track. Technics 
cassette. Pro-Linear turntable. 
385-4909, Joanne. . 


PIONEER 88G CASSETTE WITH 
GM40 watt amp, Kricket speak 
ers, 3 months old asking $375. 
388-9838 


PIONEER SX880, TOSHIBA 
tape deck and direct drive turn¬ 
table. Cerwyn Vega 15" speakers. 
Phone 595-4197. 


SPECIAL OFFER ON 20" ZE 
nlth remote control Space Com¬ 
mand now $699 at Butler Brothers 
1724 Douglas 383-6911 


PIONEER, 165 WATTS, SX1250 
tuner Pioneer, PL530 turntable, 
soakers 7500X. 658-5555. 


20" GENERAL ELECTRIC 
Solid State color TV with stand, 
excellent condition, very good 
color picture. 474-2579. 


NAp 3080, AMPLIFIER. REGA 
Planar 11 turntable. Grace 707 
tone arm. Boston acoustics. Loud 
speakers $2100. 479-5250. 


CROWN 

D.C. 300 power amp, I.C. 150 pre 
amp. Sound craftsman equilizer. 
P.B.X. 119. 384-6635 


ONKYO TX2500 RECEIVER, 
Pioneer PL514 turntable, large 
Advent speakers. Asking $1000 


PORTABLE 4" TELEVISION 
and AM—FM radio, Panasonic, 
like new. $235 or nearest otter 
385-8007. 


PAIR ALTEC VOICE OF THE 
Theatre, like new. Citronlc mix- 

65^-2783* r< ^’ turn,ables ' e,c 


JVC STEREO, 25 WATT RE 
celver. direct drive turntable. 2 
matching speakers, $800. 
479-1026 


VIDEO TAPE RECORDERS. 
RCA demonstrators, VBT 200, 
$800. VCT 400, $1000, includes 
three 4 hour tapes. 385-5020. 


$45 BLACK AND WHITE, $150 
color. Good condition with no risk 
guarantee. 383-8774 or 382-1234 


SANSUI RECEIVER, 
70wattsX2, good condition. $400 
595-5169. 


NEW BEARCAT 250 SCANNER. 
$500. 478-7813 davs. 642-5310 eve¬ 
nings. 


TC360 REEL TO REEL TAPE 
deck. Excellent condition 
595-8930. 


TANGENT RS6 LOUD SPEAK 
ers, immaculate: new $1050 ask- 
lng$800 385-1105 Barry, 


TEAC 3340S REEL TO REEL, 
lust like new Optional 2 AKG 
mikes. 382-1008 


MAGNAPLANER ID, AUDIO 
research ,D 100, audio research 
SPS^LinaSondefc. *2?Q0. 382-80’S. 


2 PROLINEAR 100 WATT 
speakers and Sansul turntable. 
478-4144. 


14" VIKING COLOUR TV WITH 
ivor^^ase. $150. or best offer 


REALISTIC AM SSB 40 CHAN 
nel car CB transelver, TRC449, 
new. $200 385-7486, 384-3639 


23-CHANNEL CB BASE STA 
tion, mobile tranceiver, Realistic 
TRC55, Offers 385 7486.384 3639 


COMPONENT STEREO WITH 
BSR turntable, cabinet and stand. 
Will sacrifice $400. 382-6395 


CAR CASSETTE DECK. AM/FM 
stereo, excellent condition, $100 
381-1260 after 6pm 


SANYO RECEIVER TURN 
table and speakers $250 or best 
offer 385-3564. 


9YEAROLD4 PIECE COMPON 
ent Sllvertone stereo. Verv good 
condition. Asking $200, 479 1887 


MARANTZ 1120 AMP PLUS 
Thorens TO 125 Mark 11 turntable 
$400 478-6166 


25" ELECTROHOME BLACK 
and white tv, perfect condition. 
$50. 384 5690 


MARANTZ TURNTABLE AND 
amplifier plus 2 Burhoe blue 
speakers. S98-2427. 


AKAI A A 5500 INTEGRATED 
amp, one pair Wharfdale Dove 
dale SP speakers, $450. 383 7878 


CB WITH AERIAL. OFFERS TO 
$150, Phone after 5pm. 386 2605 


FOR SALE. 20" COLOUR TV. 
Hitachi 595-3064. 


QUAD FM TUNER MODEL 303. 
like new. 642-3152 or 383-6931 


99 GR0CMIES, MEAT 
Mi PRODUCE 


wiuiAmi 


GRADE"A"FREEZER BEEF 
Sides $1.69 Hinds $199 

Pork sides W 

Weight loss in cutting, boning and 
trimming will Increase the price 
per pound 

Chargex Accepted 


100 MISCELLANEOUS 
FOR SAU 


THE OLDEST 



FRESH FISH 

The largest selection at lowest 
prices. Fresh cooked Sooke 
shrimp at Fishermans Market. 
16)0 Island Highway, 478-4S22. 


LECOTEAUFARM 

Golden Delicious, graded to size. 
Open from 8:30am to 5:30pm 
daily 304 Walton PI. off Old¬ 
field Rd 658-5888 


HONEY 


Canada No. 1 White Clover 
creamed honey, 24 lb. cases, $2? 
each. 386-9160 between 4pm-7pm. 


NEIGHBOUR'S MINI MUR 
phies (potatoes) 25lbs.-si. Broken 
carrots 50 lbs-$2 7210 Wallace Dr. 
iust north of Brentwood. Frl. Sat. 
Sun. l?noon S:30pm. 


URGENT! VEAL- ORDER NOW 
from the farm and save. Only 7 top 
quality animals left. Sides $2.19 
lb. cut and wrapped. 652-3501 


SAANICH ORCHARDS 
The 1979 crop of apoles is now sold 
out. Thanks to All our faithful cus- 
tomers-see vodlnthe fall! 


FROZEN LOGAN BERRIES 
for saJe, 5 pound containers. 
Phone 652 2046. 


BLOCK-READY BEEF 
Box Beef (no waste). Informa¬ 
tion: 478-3374. 


LOCALLY GROWN GRAIN AND 
milk fed pork. 90« per lb plus 
cutting and wrapping. 479-5966 


ALBERTA GRAIN FED BEEF 
Pork, veal, lamb. Information: 
381-6621 


100 MISCELLANEOUS 
FOR SALE 


»INTERNATIONAL 

l KNIVES 


Henckels Knives 

New shipment of PROFESSION 
al Chef Knives at our reduced 
1979 prices 

Last Chance 


574 Yates St. 


383-2422 


Vacuum Cleaners 

Nearly new and reconditioned 
from $25.00 guaranteed Current 
models always available: Com¬ 
pact, Electrolux, Filter Queen, 
Kirby, Hoover, Sears-Kenmore. 
Eureka, Lewvt. G.E etc. Power 
nozzles adapted to any machine 
Repairs every brand Trades 
welcome. Top of line Bullt-ins - 
$325. 

Mister Sweeper. 901 Esquimalt 
Road (at Head). Col wood Corners 
Mall next to HlQhway Supermar¬ 
ket 386-3717, 474-1011. 


In The Victoria Area 

Maybe You Have It! 

If so vou could win a new Sinocr 
Style-Mate Sewing Machine. Sim¬ 
ply visit Singers In the Hillside 
Shoppino Center and drop in an 
entry showing the Serial No. of 
your old Sinoer. 

CONTEST ENOS MARCH 15th 

THISOFFER GOOD ONLY AT 

The Hillside 
Shopping Center 
SINGERCENTER 

SPONSORED EXCLUSIVELY 

BY 

TOM RANSON'S 
Victoria Sewing Machine & 
Vacuum Cleaner Co. Ltd 
NEWOWNERSOF THE 
SINGERCENTER AT 
HILLSIDE 


Open Sunllam-5pm 
WAREHOUSE 


We're moving our warehouse, 
home furnishings stock to a ntw 
location at me end of this month 
We do not want to truck so much 
inventory, so we're having an 
emergency warehouse relocation 
sale which is taking place from 
our store 1610 island Mwv 
Prices slashed on chesterfields, 
sofa beds, mattress and box 
units, bedroom dining - kitchen 
suites, coffee and lamp tables, 
wall bookcase units, chairs and 
recllners RCA and Electrohome 
colour TVs, Gibson and Speed 
Queen appliances — also ooen 
stock Colonial maple finish dress 
ers, chests, desks, dining suites 
etc and much much more! Shop 
earlf for best selection Use our 
flexible revolving charge ac¬ 
count. 

SALE HOURS 
Evervdav I0am-6pm 
Sunday 11am-5pm 
ITS WORTH ADRIVE TO 

HicQayoon i jkHG*n*n 

■ urnitureland 


1610 ISLAND HIGHWAY 

(Farmers Market) 
Telephone 478-192) 


.'nos-apfr. 



,1115 FORT ST. 384-0441 

Over 30 Years 
Your 

AUCTIONEERS 

and 

APPRAISERS 
in Victoria 
384-6441 


NEWANDUSED 

4Pc Chesterfield suites $499 00 
and $679.00. 2Pc Chesterfield 
suites $269.00 to $779.00. Swivel 
rockers $179.00 and $189.00, HWa 
beds $179.00 to $?A9.00. Love seats 
$149.00 to $199 00. 5PC Kltcheh 
sets $59 00 to $149 00. Duncan 
phyfe dining table and 6 chairit 
$728 00, Round rock maple table 
and 4 Chairs $489 00, China cabi 
nets $119.00 to $399.00 Complete 
bedroom suites $249.00 to $895 00. 
Single beds $44 95 to $159 00. Bunk 
beds $169.00 and $299.00, Chest of 
drawers $59.00 to $299.00. Dress 
ers $69.00 to $329.00, Nite table 
$14 95 to $95 00. Students desks 
$74.95 to $169.00. Fire screens 
$22.95 to $49 00. Vacuum cleaners 
$34.50 to $79.00. Use vour Charge* 
or Master Charge 

Pandora Furniture 

1050 PANDORA 383 6319 


— 



Butcher 

Block 

Shop 


4011 QUADRA 479-5921 

KITCHEN 

RENOVATIONS 

SOLID ROCK MAPLE kitchen 
counter tops. l’V thick counter 
width25". PER LINEAL FOOT 

$32.95 

JUST ARRIVED 

Butcher Block 
Coffee Tables 

FACTORY OUTLET STOCK 
taking clearance. Scratched dc 
mostrator and reconditioned Sun 
beam and Osier appliances. Mix 
masters with dough hooks, sell 
cleaning Shot Of Steam irons, car 
openers, toasters, blenders, anc 
Oster kitchen centers with dough 
hooks Soiled electric blankets 
starting at $32.95. Folding 800 wall 
hairdryers. $12.95. Upright va 
cuum cleaners for deep carpet 
cleaning starting at $89 95 A few 
of last years model RE70 demos 
trator 18"electric lawnmowers al 
special price $85.95 All products 
have l vear new appliance guar 
antee Manv other Items at spe 
cial clearance prices Sunbeam 
Appliance Company, 912 Pandora 
Ave .at Quadra 383-8543. Free 
parking infront of store_ 

SEMI HI BACK SOFA AND 
chair $149 95; Queen size mat 
tress and box sprina $159.95. 
Scandanavian vinyl sofa chair 
and ottoman $348 88, Kelvinator 
30" ranoe $69 95. 39" bed with 
headboard $129 95, 7 pc. dinette 
suite$69.95; platform swivel rock 
er $59 95; Westinghouse 2 dr 
fridge $239.95. 

Qhgiroclgg 


Open nights 'til 9 p.m 
Sat, 'til 6. Sun. 12-5 

STIHL Chainsaws 

SALES—PARTS —SERVICE 
RENTALS 

GIBSON POWERCRAFT 
NOW AT 730 HILLSIDE 
382 8291 


CERAMICS 

Closing out sale. Moulds, green¬ 
ware. brushes, glazes, etc. 
Everything sold at cost 
Kathy's Ceramics, 2715 Sooke Rd. 
478-3893 


POLYETHYLENE FILM - 
available in clear or black in full 
rolls or handv tarp sizes - suitable 
for vapor barrier or protective 
coverings for woodpiles, cars, 
boats, etc. THE PLASTIC SHOP, 
2105 Douglas St 386-1477, 


MODERN LOVE SEAT, EXCEL- 
lent condition, $150 firm Love 
seat, ready bed, 39" mattress, 
little used, good condition, $175 
Beautiful bevelled glass top cot 
fee table, like new 477-5949 after 
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C-5 

I (tO MISCELLANEOUS 

FOR SALE 


EXPANSION SALE 
UPTO 50°t OFF 

Ladies leather dress boots 
Regular *70, Sale *39. 

Mens dress boots, upto 40% ott. 

WORK BOOTS 
$27.95 AND UP. 
BEST PRICES IN TOWN 

Hiking boots, *29 and up. 
High heel clogs, *9.95 and up 
STEVENSON'S SHOE CLINIC 
6?? PORT ST. 383-8615. 


SPEED QUEEN DISHWASHER, 
sMl on warranty. *300. Moffat 
refrigera tor, * 275. t year old elec 
xr t ^<r*rrffiG^r rwrwtte a bed. 
*150 Older style stereo, turntable 
and speakers. *50. 9x12 short shao 
carpet, *50. File cabinets, new 
*100. Legal size stor drawers, *7 
each Roll a wav cot, needs new 
mattress. *20. 12" B&W TV, *50. 
Sharpes Karosine heater, new 
$85. 6Q gallon oil tank and stand, 
*25. AntiQuc mantel clock, runs 
but gains time, *50. Please phone 
477 8277. 


INTERNATIONAL 
I WATERBED (VICT0HIA) ! 


PRE INVENTORY SALE 

WAS NOW 
Bunk Beds *125 *95 

Red maple buffet *275 *150 

Frigidaire Flair range *210 *150 

Metal office desk *225 *195 

Propane dryer *295 *195 

Whirlpool washer *175 *155 

Bion/c tone range *225 *175 

Plus 10% ott all regular priced 
items 

MEL'S BARGAINS 
3460 Quadra St 384 3152 

Charuex-Mastercharge available 


ANOTHER 

That'* right, another shipment 
trom Denmark back to back to 
last weeks shipment, we are load 
ed with fine olde Continental fur- 
mshinos and antiques. Magnifi¬ 
cent oak and walnut dining suites, 
Chippendale down filled palour 
suites, large oak framed sofa, 
smaller dining suites plus much, 
muchmorc. open 7 days, most 
nights 15 min. from town Pete's 
Place- 7B6 Guldstream, 478 6000 



WE TAKE TRADES 
1810 STORE 385-8781 


ATTICA 


ANTIQUES 

% -. NDHANOFURNITUHJL 
OTMULI HUN 
SALVAGE 

WE BUY ANDSELL 

Phone 382-4214 


100 MISCELLANEOUS 
FOR SALE 


8 X32" THUNDE RBI RD 
canopy *425. Sears bed wetting 
alarm *30. 8 ‘j" Milwaukee skill 
>aw*tl5. 7V* BAD builder s saw- 
cat *75. Small fridge *50. 16 eu. ft. 
•ridge/treezer combination *125. 
Birdcage with stand *30, 386-9517 


BOOK SHELF SPEAKERS. *20 
Records early Disco. Double bed 
flat spring with mattress, *20. 
Hairdryer chair *20. 6' clawfoot 
bathtub with taps *75. 2 Tiffany 
lamps *75 each Paper tog roller 
*25. 381 5926 


LARGE CAPACITY PANASON 
Ic Microwave oven-sale priced 
only *649. This model fairly sim- 
plevef offers time or temperalure 
cooking. Workmanship and safety 
design is exceptional. ButJer 
Brothers 1724 Douglas 383#lt. 


GARAGE SALE. CAST IRON 
wood furnace. I hp commercial 
electric motor. Glass. Hand saws 
and other "good iunque". Satur 
dav 9am 1pm No sales before 
9am 4177 Thornhill Cres. off Tor- 
quay. 


OIL HEATER, SPRING HORSE, 
electric heater, highchair. small 
tricycle, electric oven, pole cabi 
net. desk, dresser, typewriter, 
wood ironing board, clothes ham 
per, utility table, wood clothes 
dryer 595-5498. 


UNIQUE HEADBOARD. CUS- 
tom made for twin beds, has foot 
boards and rails, box springs also 
available, best offer Older Wur 
litzer organ, beautiful Mahogany 
cabinet and stool. *400 or best 
offer, 384-3255. 


MOVING TO APARTMENT KIT- 
chen set, *90; davenport *50; 
hairdryer *20, Electrolux sham 
pooer * 60 ; bike *15; lawnmower 
*75, umbrella and table *30; ski 
boots *30; many more items. 
Mornings 477->973 


WEDDING DRESS WITH 
matching veil and head band, me 
dium size Bought in England. 
Asking *400 or best offer 477-4811 
before 6 or 381 0843 after 6 ask for 
Linda 


HIDE A BED, CHESTERFIELD 
and chair, wood rocker, electric 
organ, black and white TV. fridge, 
stove, washer, dryer, single bed, 
double bed, gun case, tools, etc. 
479 3231. 262 Old bland Hwy 


303 RIFLE WITH SCOPE, 
rleanlno kit and rack Pair West 
Coast truck mirrors Completeset 
of Popular Mechanics home 
handyman books Miscellaneous 
fishing gear, some fools 479 1811 


PORTABLE PFAFF MODEL 30 
sewing machine, serviced (re 
ceipt) perfect condition, complete 
with full length pro'essional ad 
lustable dress form, *100. 
658 5787 


CUSTOM BUILT L SHAPED 
secretarial desk, solid ligtit oak, 
file drawers. *80 40' aluminium 
extension ladder *40 Old sea an 
chot, 500 pounds. *500 656 3647, 
477 0016 


CUSTOM LINED DRAPES, 
gold green, living 16'6"x84", din 
mo 9'6"x84", *600 Oak sidetxjard 
with sliding glass doors, *100 
Stroller frame, no padding, *15. 
479 3597 


FAWN WING BACK SETTEE. 
shabby but worth , recover., J50 
sptraTaTbr automatic washer. *45 
Electric lawnmower, like new. 
*60 3 burner camp stove. *35. 971 
sluggett Road. Brentwood 


E4TON’S 

WAREHOUSE 

STORE 

749 View St. 


DINETTE TABLE AND 6 
chairs. ? green nylon shao 
rugs-6x6. 7x7 plus underpad. 
hammered brass firescreen, floor 
polisher, % bed Phone 479 6888 
attcr 10am.*Sat- or Sun 


TWO SINGER SEWING MA 
chines, industrial sewing machine 
*365. older type household sewing 
machine *130 All in good working 
order, industrial also does zigzag 
and button holes 383 7475 after 5 


QUICK SALE 

antique sweetheart back chairs 
and table; Queen Anne highback 
< h<Tir. folding slipper chair 7sew 
ing or toy basket, large, wrought 
iron base lamp table and mirror; 
randies and decorative items, 
dress materials, cutting board, 
and ironmg board, moss Rose 
china, cash only. 38? 3687 


DEMO SALE 

Comer Quadra and McKenzie, 
drug store building Tongue and 
groove 3"x6" roof decking, blue- 
lam beams, large hot water fur 
nace and heater, copper pipe, 
doors, windows, plate glass. 
2x4's. 2x6's. alt sized lumber and 
sheeting, plywood, used bricks. 
9 sum Sat . Sun , alI week 


78 GE TALISMAN 850 sfDE BY 
side fridge. GE automatic sell 
ckan stove, both gold, pair *1700. 
White Inglis washer and dryer. 
5.'50 pair Simplicity wringer 
washer, *45 Handicapped? 
F verest f. Jennings electric cart. 
5.U0 220 volt 100'heavy duty eler 
tr.c cord, *75 1966 6 hp Johnson 
outboard motor, Iona shaft, *300 
Otters considered 479-037 1 . 


9X12 GOLD RUG, *40. 8X10 
green rug, *30 Underlays includ 
eo 54" braided mats, *7, 54 60 ' 
bed frame. *20, 6' sliding closet 
doors light fixtures; lute mat. 
lawnmower; mantle radio; elec 
trie knife, *10, Electrolux sham 
pooer *40, heavy frail pack. mis 
• ellaneous clothing, dress 
materials; household articles 
385-2119. 


POLY TARPS 

Heavy duty. Variety of sizes 
available 


428 E. BURNSIDE 
J* 1 - 1811 _ 386 7814 


WOODEN LADDER- 11'; HAND 
mower, old but good. 3 basket 
o-iden chairs; carpet sweeper, 
good, electric hot plate, aood, not 
i tcroway*. pair of Hart golf 
shoes, sizirn. brown leather, like 
new, 1 years of National Geoqra 
p'.ic Maoazme; assorted books 
I *s and pieces of* lumber 
598 7014 


STYRENE BEADS 
I or bean bag chairs, cusions etc. 


428 E. BURNSIDE 
366 1811 _386-7814 


ALWAYS WANTED TO BUILD 
YOUR OWN FURNIIURE? 
fOOLS n' SPACE is a fully 
equipped, hobby, woodworking 
st ,p for your use. Special on 5 
month and I year memberships. 
* iiendly assistance and instruc 
ti .n For information call 383 9600 
auer iQj.m 338 Catherine St 


. DRAPES 

3 ••ets of shorty lined, complete 
w th hooks, as now condition 
w«Te *325 per set Selling for *175 
p-nr I32"x50". rust tones 
i' )"x50", blue and brown tones 
<8 ‘x50", rust tunes and green. 
All colonial patterns. 384 7610 
weekends or evenings 


HOMELITE 

CHAINSAWS 

SALES-PARTS - SERVICE 
RENTALS 

GIBSON POWERCRAFT 
NOW AT 730 HILLSIDE 
382 8291 


ANTIQUES. USED MODERN 
t r niture. TV's, stereos, large and 
-all appliances, reconditioned 
bikes, bunk beds, sports 'equip¬ 
ment, numerous misc. items. 
B»ti* Bargain Barn, Craigflower 
Tv l illicum, 384-5235 Tuesday Sun- 


TWO HEAVY DUTY GARLAND 
electric deep fryers, *800 each 
( arland electric' charbroiler, 
*800. Garland electric range, ? 
ovens. 4 burners, 36" grill, *1500 
or *3700 lor all. Electric pressure 
t- ver, *900. 112-753-8944 or 
75J 0028 Ask for John 


15 o OFF INDIAN HANDKNIT 
fid sweaters 10% off touques, 
nuMens, slippers Local raw wool 
tor sale, *7 pound. Also old barn 
wood picture frames. Come to the 
Salish Indian Art 4Craft Shop. 818 
Vordler Avenue, Brentwood Bay 
at the ferry 65 2 3511. 


LLOYDS COMPONENT 
stereo with Gerrard turntable. 
< - l Oo, drapes, light background. 
Xix84, *25, GE floor polisher, *15. 
4-shelf corner table, *20; Queen 
s.ze heirloom bedspread. *20. 
pair 1?" nylon snow tires on rims, 

• - *SH-S43V 


SIZE 46 HARRIS TWEED 
overcoat Size 44. tuxedo. 2 rain 
coats. Ladies leather coats and 
other clothma. size 12 14 Electric 
hand mixer,-Portable stereo 
385 0176 


BED CHESTERFIELD. BUNK 
beds, chest of drawer's, night 
table, cocktail rocker, arborite 
coffee fable and end table, brass 
firescreen ana fire set. oval braid- 
edrog 479-5734 


CANOE. FIBERGLASS OVER 
wood, with paddles and life jat 
kefs. *200 Skiis. poles, size 8 
boots. *25 Potters wheel. *200 
Dulcimer, *40 12year girlscarnel 
coat. *1? 477 6371 


HOT FOOD LAMP, SCOTSMAN 
Ice machine. 3 well hot food table, 
industrial wheel sander with 
grinder attach. XL 1? power saw. 
Black and Decker router, indust 
rial wheel barrow 656 3191. 

PEDESTAL SINK CIRCA 1920, 
*300 Sei leaded glass French 
doors. *225 Two electric garage 
door owners (new) *175 each 
5x10' mahogany refractory table, 
*250 59? 2691. 

CRAFTSMAN 9" TABLE SAW 
On shaft 1HP motor. Extra 
blades, With 7" carbide tip ad 
lustable dado and arbor Mounted 
on wheels with sawdust bin *ar5 
turn 479 6328 

18 K WHITE GOLD ENGAGE 
ment rtno with diamond, plus 18 k 
white oold wedding ring, 10 k vel 
low gold mans wedding ring plus 
10 k yellow oold ladies wedding 
rino 478 1668 

JOHNSON 2 HP. OUTBOARD 
motor, used once *325 Stereo 
credenza good condition *250 Of 
lice calculator, *100 Typewriter 
wide carnage. *50. Antique desk. 
*175 595-4596 

2 BURNER ALCOHOL BOAT 
stove, *75 Lorance sounder with 
paper graph. *450 2 old 54 pinball 
machines, *?50 euch\Large com 
mercial air hockey dome, *200 
479 5029 

SAVE UP TO 50% ON'YOUR 

new kitchen, reface vour existing 
cabir.ets with natural wood In 
eludes new doors and drawer 
fronts 656 291)5 

BURL CLOCKS AND FINISHED 
burl table tops. beauMullv hand 
crafted Wedding, anniversary, 
birthday gifts, reasonable 
597 6015, * 

1?" ROCKWELL DELTA VARI 
able speed wood lathe, complete 
wth accessories. *t 100 Also, four 

1 78 15 belted tires, like new. 
479 0660 

DEMOLITION MATERIAL 
sale Lumber,bricks, 2X6and2X8 
tongue and groove, lxSshiplap, in¬ 
cinerator barrels, fence posts, 
misc, 1081 Dunford. 474 1096 

CRAFTSMAN ROUTER WITH 
edge guide and sharpener, *85; 
Heathkit VTBM in excellent con 
dition. *50 Phone 385 7868, after 6 
pm. 

HAVE PURCHASED SEARS 
Kenmore Power mate vacuum, 
selling Hoover Constellation va 
cuum. good condition, *50 
388 9344 

FIR SAWMILL SLAB FIRE 
wood, cut and delivered. 2 ton 
truck load, approx. '2 cord, *100 
Wanted: used wooden flooring 
537 9241 

SOCKEYE SALMON NET 
cellent condition Used oil stove 
tur troller. 3-in-1 troller buooy in 
good condition, child's car seat 
never used 478 535? 

26" RCA COLOUR TV DOUBLE 
continental bed 477 4211 

MANS SIZE 46 COWICHAN 
sweater, as new, *75.478-6165. 

BEAUTIFUL RED FOX HALF 
lacket *1550. Phone 658 8774. 

WEDDING RING SET, ASKING 
*500 652 4267 

13 CU FT. FRIDGE. GOOD 
working condition, *100 383 2663 

ELECTROLUX FOR SALE, EX 
cellent condition. Phone 388 4175 

MECHANIC'S ROLLING TOOL 
box and top, *125. 478 1900. 

ST1HL 041 CHAINSAW, 16" BAR 
and chain, one vear old. 595-7719 

8X7 GARAGE DOOR. COM 
plete, *100. 656 5676 

VENETIAN BL-INDS TWO APP 
8'4'. one 10 x4'. *100 384-9051. 

ONE 10" TABLE SAW AND 
stand and motor, *225 *95-4744 

LARGE SIZE POOL TABLE, 
good condition. Otters. 478-1227 

2 PLATE GLASS 82X91", 

otters Phone 658 8647 



100 MISCELLANEOUS 
F0N SALE 


VERY GOOD CONDITION-LIV- 
ing room and bedroom suites, 
color TV, stereo and all household 
items. 384-786>, 


2 GOLD CARPETS, SCUL- 
tured, hard twist, approx 13x12 
and 11x8, clean, excellent copdi- 
tion. *69 and *35.658-5782. ^ 


SAROUK RUG, ALL WOOL, AP 
pi ox. 9x12, Belgian-made. Main 
colors: oreen, gold, navy, two 
years old. Asking *325. 598-4520. 


MUSKRAT COAT WITH FOX 
trim, size 14, like new *600.2 piece 
rose, ladles ski suit, size 14, *60 
592 8578 


JLU*££& EXCELLENT CONDI 
tiofrsjv,«»man canvas tent, excel-, 
lent condition, sewn-ln floor * 80 . 
478-&420. 


NEVER USED SINGLE SOFA 
bed. Excellent quality gold carpet 
hall runner. 4 x40' Antique com 
mercial hairdryer. 384 6255, 


POOL TABLE. OLD FRIDGE, 
couch and chair, pendulam wall 
clock, 2 old mantels, coffee table. 
478-8695 


KIRBY VACUUM CLEANER, 
Singer button holer attachment, 
long play records. As new. 
386 6861 evenings or weekends. 


INDIAN 80 MOTORCYCLE 
parts or whole, *150. Jacobsen 
riding mower, *150, needs car- 
buretor work. 478-2548, after 5. 


BRANDNEW 110COMPRESSOR 
with tank, puts out 160 lbs. 
pressure. *500 or best offer. 
388 6275 pager 2564. 


VACUUMS 

Eureka and Hoover. Sawyer Sew 
Ing Centre, 388 6228. 


COATED SEAMLESS. 6" Dl 
a meter used steel pipe. Ideal for 
posts, culverts. Jim 385-0677. 


OUTDOOR INCINERATOR 
barrels Ready for use. *6 95 cto 
llvered. 383 1328 


45 GALLON OAK WHISKEY 
barrels, good condition. *17.50 
383 1328. 


FILTER QUEEN FOR SALE, 
excellent condition, best offers. 
Phone 384 3757. 


CANOE. STEREO, TENT, NEW 
shutters, dinghy other articles. 
658 5129 


EIGHT BAGS MANURE. SOIL, 
chips, or bark. *11 delivered. 
592 7068 


NEW CONCRETE SLABS. 954 
delivered; gravel or sand. * 18 , 
592-7068 


LLOYDS STEREO COMPO 
nent Double size bed. Make offer. 
386 970? after 6pm 


EUROPEAN HEALTH SPA 
lifetime membership, offers. 
Please call 383 3207, 


4X6 UTILITY TRAILER, CAP 
able of heavy loads. *250 offers. 
595 8701 --*- 


GOLD SCULPTURED WOOL 
rug and underpad I4'xl8'. *700. 
Phone 479 6137 after 6 


MODEL 1805B MAKITA 6“ 
portable power planer, as new, 
*250. 642-4826 


OVERHEAD OA*AGE DOOR 
6x8' in excellent condition *150. 
478 7839. 


WOOL RUGS 9X12, F LORAL ON 
beige *80, 6x9 Persian pattern 
*175 383 0243 


CUSTOM CUSHIONS. DRAPES 
Boats, campers, trailers, and gar 
den furniture cushions 479 1049 


PANASONIC MICROWAVE 
oven, offers. Man's TO speed *80 
478 0665 


CARPET. COMMERCIAL 
orade. gray. 40 sq yds, *40 
477 5901. 


NEW COWICHAN SWEATER 
pullover, handspun Indian knit, 
size 4? *100.38? 1140, 


WASHER AND RANGE, *50 
each; Ld Z Bov recliner. good 
condition, *150 4026 Zinnea Road 


FRANKLIN FIREPLACE. *75 
Heavy duty trailer hitch, *50 
385-0759 after 4pm 


SHIPS BlNNICLE, COMPLETE, 
mahogany, height 4'3", *800 or 
best offer 478 3678 after 5pm . 


WANTED 1 FREEZER. IRON 
anctolectrlchaif clippers. 385 2719 
after l2noon 


OVERHEAD GARAGE DOOR, 
wood, complete with hardware 
94' /'x8?".S4Q 479 5904 


THE TRUNK ROOM, FOR 
small collectibles, 2630 Douglas 
Street 


STAINLESS STEEL SINK. *20; 6' 
touring skis. *8. wanted table 
saw 477 7624 


2 OLDER MCCULLOUCH 
power saws, 24" and 22", runs 
good *75 each 478 9346 


KINGSIZE WATERBED. COO 
per goaley gloves, Craig 8 track 
and speakers 477 6616 


CERAMIC TILE, JAPANESE 
and Italian direct import prices 
from 654 *5 per sq ft 386 281? 


SATIN WEDDING DRESS WITH 
velvet cape, size medium. Offers. 
598 564? 


6 BUNDLES OF FACED R 12 
fiberglass insulation, *12 per bun 
die 38? 8990 


FUR COAT 

Full length red fox. as new. *6000 
or near offer 383 6548 


BLACK AND' DECKER 
Router. % hp commercial duty. 
Extra bits, *95 Doug 479 4723 


4X8 POOL TABLE) SNOOKER 
balls and pool cues. *225. 
478 0898. 


3X6POOLTAbLE.ALL ACCESS 
ones, ivory snooker balls Good 
condition Best offer 595-7779 


SUNBEAM 12 SPEED STAND 
mixer, excellent condition, *50 
479-0378 • 


2 DOOR FROST FREE FRIDGE, 
like new *249 Boston rocker, *39 
Howie's 478 394? 


KITCHEN TABLE AND 2 
Chairs *50. 26" color TV *220, 
couch and chair *75 385 9393 


TABLES.CHAIRS. BEDS. HIGH 
chair, heater and more. 595 8408 
evenings 


30 30 WINCHESTER, WEST 
Coast mirror's, boat trailer. Phone 
478 7545 


WINCH 
nirrof's,! 

-y 

i LENGTH I 
lufrrel jacket. 


, _ LIGHT BROWN 

squirrel jacket, size 18. Call after 
4pm 383 1406. 


SPEED QUEEN WASHER. *125. 
Wanted: Old oak dining table. 
474 1741. 


HIGH QUALITY AIR TIGHT 
stove and leaded window. Eve- 
mngs, 384 2943 


PING PONG TABLE, COM 
plete, *40; child's car seat, *10. 
658-1184. 


TUB. TOILET AND BASIN WITH 
taps, white, ho chips or cracks 
Stainless kitchen sink 478-4530. 


1972 MERCURY SNOWMOBILE. 
25 hp. low hours. *400 Also double 
deluxe trailer, *30d. 598 4367. 


% CARAT DIAMOND, VERY 
oood quality Appraised at *4,200, 
asking *2,400. 478 5559 


GE ENERGY SAVER" AIR 
conditioner, blender, toaster, car 
vacuum. 598-3006. 


WHITE LEATHER COAT. SIZE 
J3. *110. Brown leather coat. 11 . 
*95 Ph6ne479 1923 after 2:30 


GOOSE DUCK DOWN 
385 374? 


PLATE GLASS, 2 SHEETS, AP 
proximately 8'x5' 477-8257. 


BUNK BEDS. *75. 1940 VANITY. 
67? Grenville Street (Esquimau) 


WINOOW GLASS. 4X5, FOUR 
pieces Evenings. 658 5648 


PHILIPS CODE A PHONE 1200 
answering service *??s. 479 6517 


100 MISCELLANEOUS 
FOR SALE 


SATURDAY, JANUARY 26, I960 


KENMORE PORTABLE SEW 
Ing machine. *50.3 piece sectional 
couch Ideal for rumpus room *75 
12'X 12', 2bedroom tent, *75. Mlsc. 
small household items. 592-1416 


PAINTED WOOD TABLE. 4 
chairs, *75; sewing table *40; 2 
small wood tables *20 each, sun 
dry household Items and some 
nice clothing. 721-3407, 


RED AND BLACK CHESTER 
field and chair. *50. Double bed 
base, white headboard. *40. vik¬ 
ing stove. *25. Girl's bike, *5 
592 3587. 


300 POCKETBOOKS, 504 AND 754 
each; 160 hard cover books, *1*5 
each; Inglis washer spin/dryer, 
'. 100 ; double bed, * 100 ; miscella 

te^Jtems. 385-7486. 384 3639, 


Ob. *^YER, GOOD WORK I 
order. *50. Wooden drop side kit 
chen tabl£, full size 57x38, *25. Six 


WATERFALL VA-NITY WITH 
chair. Waterfall TMjest of draw 
ers Moffct range Waterbed, 
mattress, heater, safety liner 

382-5591. 


VACUUMS 

Compact, Filter Queen. Hoover 
and all other makes. All rebuilt 
and guaranteed. 

All Victoria Vacuums 595-2622 


I PAIRGIRLSDAOUSTSKATES 
size 4, 10 gallon aquarium with 
canopy, collection of Brcyers 
horses, English made saddle. 
477 9883 


VERY GOOD LIMED OAK BED 
room suite, 5 piece with Sealy 
Post, box soring and mattress. 
*275. and miscellaneous dishes 
CtC 384 3148. 


FOUR 5 PLACE SETTINGS OF 
International Ster ling Silver Flat 
ware, "Pine Spray", never used. 
8 coffee spoons like new Will sell 
half price. 112-748-2195 


TWO 9X12 RUGS. 1 BRAIDED. 1 
plain, 1 hall runner with under 
lay, *25 each. 2 extension fables, l 
arborite, 1 mrfhogony, each with 4 
chairs 478-8479 after 6pm 


INCINERATOR BARRELS, *7.50 
delivered Screens, covers, extra 
Old barrels removed, extra 
charge Also clean barrels. *10 
Prompt delivery. 479-4067 


CHROME IROfflNG BOARD. 4 
aluminum step ladder, deluxe 
round card table and 4 chairs, 
various bridge books, tv trays. 
382 509), 


COMPLETE SET OF MENS 
hockey equipment including 
skates Also 3 channel .portable 
C B with power pack.26"B/W, TV. 
Best off ers 384-6723 


CHAIR. VELVET UPHOL 
stered *110; double wooden bed 
and spring *95. bolh old and in 
good condition; misc. pictures, 
household Items, etc. 595 7395 


^ 0 R < J^ I: £ t Y _f L ^ RIN E T 

Screen and Sawyer Slid Trays 
Stuburt lady's figure skates 4% 
(likenew) 478 4694. 


DOUBLE BED, TABLE ANO 
chairs, Lazy Bov chair, floor po 
lisher. decorator bricks white 
swivel arm chair, plants and plant 
POK. 384 5823. 


WHI TE CUSTOM BOOK 
shelves, 45" wide, new, *125 2 
small shelves, white, *25. 10 cup 
Corning Ware percolator. *25 
598 2803 


CHAINSAWS 

Alt Becker and Son Ltd 
2981 Tillicum_384 6414 


SHELVING 

Matthews Agencies 
92? Mea res _ 388-4123 


WATERBEDS 

Plans and Accessories 
Davor night, 478-7345. 


COMPRESSOR 

Staple guns, misc cabinet 
makers equipment 477 7912 


MOROCCAN TYPE WOOL RUGS 
made in India. 10x14 and 6x9. 
*850 and *450. Phone after 6pm. 

656 4226. 


NEW AND USED CHAIN LINK 
pipes, fittings, gates, all slzes-ac- 
cess tools Western Fencing Gate, 
2525 Bridge St., 384-8332. 


% LENGTH MUSKRAT FUR 
coat, size 14-16, *175. Braun luicer 
*65 Vooue citrus luicer *35 
384 3807 


WASHER AND DRYER,COP 
pertone stove and fridge, barbe 
que. bunk bed, books 721 3780 
after 5 


UTILITY TRAILER. *350 OR 
best offer Sears Kenmore auto 
mafic dishwasher, *250 or best 
offer 382 0194 


PAIR VANCOUVER CANUCK 
verses Washington tickets for 
sale February 16th. *10 each 
656-4233 


FURNITURE. GOOD TO EX 
cellent condition, TV and stereo 
almost new 301 2433 Malaview 
Ave Sidney between 2 6 pm 


LUGGAGE, WEEKENDER, 
vanity case, tote bay. All In good 
condition Phone 477-3369 after 5 
pm. 


GREEN SIMMONS HIDE A 
bed 4 seeter sofa and love seat, 
burnt orange 2 pairs of childrens 
skis, boots and bindings 477 7445 


OLDER MODEL KNIT KING 
Knitting machine Mennonite 
s^nmr^j wheel for finer spinning. 


INGLIS HARVEST GOLD LEFT 
hand fridge Small fridge salmon 
smoker. Queen size box spring. 
4/7-4561. v “ 


2 BRITISH INDIA RUGS, 10X16. 
9x15. Charcoal filter 3 speed vent 
hood, white. 30" molded vanity 
topwlthbasin 598 7501 


BEATTY ELECTRIC MANGLE, 
25" rollers, good working order 
*125 Love seat, flowered print. 
opens to single bed, *120 385 9559 


BOAT CARRIER FOR CAMPER 
unit or moforhome, it will put your 
boat up or let it down, *350. 
479 4009 


TRAILER EQUALIZER HITCH. 
650 lbs. and anti sway bar com 
plete. Wanted stereo component 
stand 477 0648 


BEAUTIFUL % CARAT EACH 
diamond stud earrings tn I4K 
white gold setting. *495. 382 5513 
6 8pm 


ELECTROHOME 26" COLOUR 
TV, beautiful cabinet, *250. Nest 
of teak tables Hand knit wool 
bedspread 656 3736 


RECLINER CHAIR, CHESTER 
field suite, console stereo, desk, 
electric lawnmower, all Jn oood 
condition. 656-6553 


6X9 CHINESE HOOK RUG, *60: 
Two 2x4 Wilton wool rugs. *40 
each. 4x5 soft green shag rug, *20. 
24" brass plate, sip, 479 7678 


% PRICE ON ADJUSTABLE 
wall standards, brackets and 
shelves, most sizes 3615 Shel- 
bourne 477 3223 


CONCRETE TOOLS. TELE 
ptione answerino machine, fridge 
and stove, household miscellane 
ous 500 Sumas. 


FRIDGE, 2 DOOR. SQUARE 
cornered. Snow tires, studded, 
mounted, C78 14. Sliding screen 
patio door. 479 5754 


SEWING MACHINE WIT H 
stretch stitch and walnut cabinet 
in excellent condition. *100 each 
721-3973. 


OAK DINING ROOM SUITE, 
twin maple beds chesterfield, 
chairs, miscellaneous articles. 
592-7479. 


PROMISE BOX SECOND HAND 
Store, 1270 May St. Great selec 
lion of contemporary Christian 
books and records at 1 »prlce 


14' FIBERGLASS KAYAK 4 13" 
ET mag wheels. 32 sq.ft. Vj"x4" 
teak "Tiffany" style lamp shade. 
59S 2780 


HUDSON SEAL' JACKET FOR 
sale, size 16-18, as new 387 7638 


1 PAIR MOTORCYCLE BOOTS, 
size- 7 1 , offers. 479-6810, 479-0142 


LIFE TIME MEMBERSHIP 
for spa, asking *550 384 2 547 


GREEN BATHTUB, TOILET. 2 
sinks, *1?5.6S8 1110. 


101 CHILDREN'S 
MISCELLANEOUS 


LAST DAYS OF SALE. T- 
shirts, leans, cords, etc. dresses, 
skirts, pant suits, 40-50% off. Sizes 
Bfrth 14. Oon't miss your last 
chance to save on these fantastic 
buys at Fantasia Fashions For 
Children, Brentwood Shopping 
Centre. 652 3553 


ROUND-A-BOUT 
CHILDREN’S CLOTHES 
We will sell quality used childrens 
clothing 1005 View, Tues-Saf, 10-5 
P.m. 385-655? 


SINGLE WIDE 2 SEAT BUGGY 
stroller Easily collapsible Like 
new *100, 383-9866. 


WANTED: ALL TYPES OF 
baby items. LeRae 478-7222. 


CHILD'SCRIB AND MATTRESS 
wanted. Also high chair 642-5760 


103 


MISCELLANEOUS 

WANTED 


GOLD 

SILVER 

DIAMONDS 

Come in for free 
appraisals. 
Noobligations. 

UNIVERSAL 
Trading Centre 

584 JOHNSON 383-9512. 


EVERY WED7PM 
AND SAT 1:30PM 

WE BUY, SELL AND APPRAISE 
CONSIGNMENTS WANTED 
29360AK BAY AVENUE 

592-5111 


Before You 
SELL 

Anything. You Should 
Consult Us First 
_ -WA-TUlft . 

The Auctioneers 
Appraisers 
For Victoria 
926 Fort St. 

****1166**** 


I BUY 

GOOD USED FURNITURE 
andMAJOR APPLIANCES 

AAAIS 

FURNITURE 

1821 Cook_385-2435 


CASH 

Vintage clothing, furs to 1950, 
Linen, costume lewelry, china, 
glass, collectibles. Small unique 
or antique furniture, prints, 
brass, etc 11 to 5 384 4 547, after 
6pm 385 9878. 577 Johnson St 
THE BAYWINDOW 


TOP PRICES PAID 
Wanted: Oriental rugs. Indian ar¬ 
tifacts Early Canadian furnish¬ 
ings Wooden decoys Silver 
Gold, Brass Copper Swords. 
Bayonets Badges ^Medals. Royal 
Doolton flourlnos. Toby lugs. An¬ 
tiqueclothing Hibernia Antiques. 
1034 Fort St ,386 0911. 383 0405 


SCRAP GOLD AND SILVER 
Purchased for cash, also Goidand 
Silver Jewellery, pocket watches, 
medals and Military items. Sil¬ 
ver ware. Brassware. Antique 
furniture Collectors Corner An 
tiaues Ltd 829 Fort Street. 
386-1155 


CASH 


Used colour TV's needed desper¬ 
ately for resale We buy tor 
cash Call 38 1 5622 for estimate 
Homark Sales Ltd 


THE SALVATION ARMY 
needs vour clothing, furniture and 
household goods "Help us to help 
others " Family Thrift Stores. 
Victoria, Sidney and Langford 
For Pickup — 386-3295, 


WANTED: INGLIS. KENMORE. 
Speed Queen automatic washers, 
any dryers, sQuare cornered re 
frioerators, small freezers, work 
ing or not 384 0423 


. URGENTLY REQUIRED 
Refrigerators, freezers, auto¬ 
matic washers, dryers, ranges, 
dishwashers Phoenix 
Appliances, 384-0423 


WANTED: OLD FURNITURE, 
dishes, clock, etc. to decorate 
large room old fashioned Condi 
tion unimportant. Also pocket 
watch. Reasonable. 595-7918 


RANGES LESS THAN 12 YEARS 
old, Kenmore, Inglis, Whirlpool. 
Speed Queen. Simplicity wash¬ 
ers almost any make dryer, 
working or not 478 6000,478-5449 


DON AT IONS OF NEW OR USED 
recreational and physiotherapy 
equipment for residents of non¬ 
profit handicapped group home. 
384-0231. 


WANTED SCRAP BATTERIES, 
copper, lead, misc. metals, silver 
coins, scrap cars. Top prices paid 
from anywhere. 388 6275 pager 
2564 


WANTED: RUSTIC OLD FRONT 
door with or without glass. 
652-4722 


WANTED: LAPIDARY TRIM 
saw with vice to take 8" blade. 
Good condition 384 6761 


IS THERE A GROCERY STORE 
with any P 300 soap left? 
652-1971. 


HOUSES OR BUILDINGS FOR, 
moving or wrecking WiJIbuvsal 
vage 652 3898 


COFFEE SHOP EQUIPMENT, 
hot dog machine and milk shake 
machine, etc. 652 2783 


WANTED WOODEN LADDERS 
or aluminum ladders, 28' 30', 32', 
36' Call 381 1112. 


WANTED GAS OR PROPANE 
rangt\ good condition. 656 4996 or 


CASH 

*30 for 5 BCRIC bearer shares. 
Will pick up. 385-6340 


WANTED: ROWING 6 XERCISE 
machine In good condition Phone 
656 3192 


MAHOGANY SECRETAIRE OR 
breakfront. square oriental coffee 
table 592 7814 


WANTED: OLD CEDAR RAILS 
for snake fence Mill Bay 
743-2284. 


FRIDGES. SQUARE COR 
nered, bought 383-7213 All Temp 


PIANO WANTED. ANY CONDI 
tion. also bench or stool 384 1154 


WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE 
VW 1500-1600 engine 474-1088 


WANTED TO BUY STERLING 
silver tea set. 479-2291 after 7pm 


WAN TE D-5X10 SLATE POOL 
table Phone 592-9178 after 6pm 


COMPOST SHREDDER, 7 HP 
must be top condition 598 6993 


FLOORZANDER INGOODCON- 
dition. Phone 477-642? 


WANTED QUART CANNING 
jars. Phone 384^)iu6 


103 MISCELLANEOUS 
WANTED 


Beer Bottles and cans 604 doz, 
soft drink bottles, old car bat 
terles, radiators, copper, brass, 
lehdetc. 526 Oavld, 383-1328.8-4 


$30 CASH 

BCRfC-5 share certificates. Will 
pickup, 477-0658 


DIAMONDS & GOLD WANTED 
Cash for your diamonds and rings 
In any condition. Universal Trad 
ing, 584 Johnson, 383-9512 


WANTED STERLING SILVER 
brlc a brae and old jewelry, old 
family heirlooms, etc. Discretion 
assured 656-6834 


WANTED: SUBMERSIBLE 
pump and laroe holding tank; prex 
pane stove and hot water heater. 
646-200? 


NEEDED: HIDEABEDSOR 
bunkbeds In oood condition for 
Vietnamese family. Phone 
478 5053 or 474 1020 


BASTION THEATRE NEEDS 
mens 1950's summer suits size 
38 42, mans Panama hat anc 
ladles shoes. 382-98? 1 


WANTED: NOT WORKING 
small freezer, (10-12 cu ff ) or 
fridoe for use as smokehouse and 
icebox 658 5968, after 6. 


WANTED: COMMODES, 
raised toilet seats, folding and 
non-folding walkers,wheelchairs, 
bath seats. 388-5181. 


WANTED: NOT WORKING 
small freezer, (10-12 cu ff ) or 
fridge for use as smokehouse and 
icebox. 6S8-5968. after 6. 


SELL OLD BOOKS TO THE 
HAUNTED BOOKSHOP 
382-1427 


CASH ON SPOT 

For BCRIC bearer shares *30 
for 5 After 3pm. 383-2795 


1950'S RECORDS. WESTERN OR 
rock. Help complete my codec 
tion. 592 5764 


HOME WORKSHOP, POWER 
fools combination (Shopsmlth) 
383 2969. 


CASH FOR GOOD USED 
tecords and tapes Disc-0 File. 
330 Marigold 479 5413 


CASH FCU* MILITARY BADGES 
— medals — bayonets Colin 
McIntosh 479-2362 


F RIDGES. SQUARE COR 
nered, working or not. 478 6000. 
478 5449 


PISTOLS. HANDCUFFS, LEG 
irons. Modern or antique Top 
prices 592 6940 


FOR HIGHLAND DANCING 
competition, lilt skirt waist 30". 
vest Size 14 642 3951 


WANTED: 24" RANGE; COM 
pact fridge; two39"x80" firm sin 
qle box springs 385 11QS. 


W-ANTJEQT.QB.LLY FQR P_RI 
vafe cofiecfionwestcoast Indian 
baskets 477 5990 


WANTED COMPLETE DINING- 
room suite Excellent condition 
Oak Profered. Phone 592 8273 


WANTED: EXERCISE BIKE IN 
new condition, reasonable 
652-4317 


FRENCH PROVINCIAL DINING 
room table and chairs; Chester 
field suite 478-9608 


WAN TED-AIR IMPACT 
wrench and compressor Phone 
595-6153 


craft tools and leather pieces. 
Reasonable Phone 386 8685 


WANTED: THREE WAY MIR 
ror medicine cabinet and copper 
tone fridge 382 2149 


105 GARAGE SALES 


MULTI FAMILY GARAGE 
sale Saturday. January 26, 
9:00 4:00, 6240 Marie Meadows 
(Off Tanner Rd off Pat Bay 
Hgwy) Household items, knick 
knacks, china. 35 gallon boat gas 
tank, complete frailer frame, 
misc auto parts, mustang 3-speed 
standard trans, 2-man rubber 
raft, washing machine, rotor TV 
antennae, 3 sewing machines. GM 
infant seat and more No pre 
sales 


DISTRIBUTOR QUITS PLUMB 
ing business have quantity of new 
sinks, medicine cabinets, laundry 
tubs, water pumps, faucets, also 
used household items Large 
quantity ot old used red br icks. 10 c 
each Saturday and Sunday 808 
Rockheiphts Esquimau 382-9437 


GARAGE SALE CAST IRON 
wood furnace. i hp commercial 
electric motor Glass. Hand saws 
and other "good iunque" Satur 
day 9am tom No sales before 
9am 4177 Thornhill Cres. off Tor¬ 
quay^ 


MOVING WASHER AND 
dryer, rottoWller, stationary oas 
enolncs, power tools, air com 
pressor, old stove, brass bed. din 
qhy. egg grading machine, and 
miscellaneous articles 901 Ver 
dier 10-5 Saturday and Sunday 


SWAP & SHOP 

Blanshard Community Centre, 
901 Kings Rd. Sat 10-4 Bargains 
for everyone Concession. Sellers 
wanted, 387-5506 or 388 7696. 


6326 RODOLPH JUST OFF TAN 
ner. Saturday. January 26. 9 
noon Playboys from the 60's on; 
motorcycle, camping gear, bed: 
chesterfields, chairs. 71 Ford van, 
73 GMC van, plus miscellaneous 


SATURDAY. JANUARY 26, 10 
am. Franklin stove, vacuum 
cleaner, sewing machine, chil¬ 
dren's table and stools, books, 
clothing, kid's stuff, lots more. 
3841 Hobbs Street 


20" RCA COLOR.TV, "SILVER" 
stereo system, chesterfield and 
chair, oak dinette suite, teak cof 
fee table, end tables, bureau, 
misc. Ifems. 222-200 Dallas Rd 
383 8446 


GARAGE SALE. SATURDAY 
and Sunday 10-3 Chesterfield 
suite, bar, curtains, coffee table, 
chandelier, 8 track car stereo and 
much more 2304 Belair Road, 
478 7225 * 


SWAPPE & SHOPPE 

521 Craigflower Rd, Sundays 
I0am-4pm Call 388 6120 week 
days 9am 3pm, Sat 10am l?pm 


BASEMENT SALE, 1912 DAVIE 
Street, Saturday Jan 26th, from 
9-6 Stoves, fridoe, books, tools, 
chairs, lamps, miscellaneous. 
592 1890. 


SPORTING ITEMS; FURNI- 
ture. ladys clothino like new, 
sizes 8-13; boat, trailer; misc. 
items. 420 Raynor Ave, Saturday 


VICTORIA WISHES FARE 
well to Cassie and Dona. Moving 
sale of apartment goods from 
noon til 6, Sunday; January 27, at 
« 6-1249 Rockland Avenue. 


MULTI FAMILY BASEMENT 
sale 9-5 Saturday. 1 Obed Ave. 
Kllchep Items, furniture, cloth¬ 
ing, oil stove, etc, etc 


SATURDAY, JANUARY 26. 
10 2pm. 721 Robleda. 384 8538 
Moving, must sell used furniture 
In excellent condition. 


CONCRETE TOOLS. TELE- 
phone answering machine, fridge 
and stove, household miscellane 
ous. 500 Sumas. 


GIANT HIGHWAY SALE. SAT- 
urdav, Sunday, Monday. 304 Old 
Island Highway, corner Helmck 
en Road 


BASEMENT SALE SUNOAY 
10am 4pm Bar fridge, boat motor 
and trailer *500, laroe fridge, mis- 
ceilaneons. 1304 Hastings St. 


BASEMENT SALE. ALSO BED 
room suite 9055 Lochslde Drive, 
Sidney. Sunday, January 27th, 
11 2pm. 


SATURDAY JANUARY 26TH. 
881 Ellery St, 9arn-6pm. household 
effects and tools 


GARAGE SALE. 107? DAVIES 
Street, Saturday and Sunday. 
Feb 26th, ?7th 8-4pm. 


1416 TAUNTON TAKE BAY TO 
Oreoon Moving, furniture, mis¬ 
cellaneous. 


GARAGE SALE, SUNDAY, 
January 27th, 10 4pm. 1433 Glad 
stone Avenue 


109 MISCELLANEOUS 
TO RENT 


SMALL WORKSHOP FOR 
rent, approx size H'x 22 '. ideal 
gj carpenter. Some power tools 


BASEMENT STORAGE. SUIT- 
able for furniture, 1000 sq ft or 
portion. 59*8791 


115 SWAPS 


TRADE 72 FORD % TON RANG 
er XLT Camper Special and 75 
16'V Sangster boat, 60 Evenrude 
and trailer, full canvas for best 
Fordcy Chev 4x4or sell *3000 each 
or best offer 479-0833. 


38Vj* CABIN BOAT, NEEDS 
work, *7500. Will swap for late 
model 4x4 or as downpayment on 
acreage. 478-6108. 


1970 GMC SIERRA GRAND j 
ton plus cash for sports car 
478-7051. 


SWAP, 71 CHEVELLE STA 
tionwaoon for good % ton truck 
474-1848 


1971 VAUXHALL STATION 
wagon Swap for Chev, Ford car 
or truck 656-6806 


IIS COINS ind STAMPS 


We are now accepting 
consignments for our 
next Stamp Auction — 
Feb. 12.386-3308.926 FOrt 

LUNDS 


INVEST IN ROLLS 
OF SILVER COINS 
DOLLARS *420 EACH 
HALVES-*210 EACH 
QUARTERS—*210 EACH 
DIMES—*105 EACH 
383-1000 


SILVER COINS WANTEffi CAN 

ada 1968 and prior, U S 1964 and 
prior, G.B. 1946 and prior, Olym 
pic silver coins John & Glenda 
Cheramy 384-7622. 


19itf OLYMPIC COINS IN MINT 
Condition. Series 17. *1200 firm 
386-2594. 


WANTED: CANADIAN SILVER 
coins-best prices paid, will pick 
up. S92-1675. 


PRE '67 *40 HALVES. *68 25 
quarters, *4.60 dimes At 18 times 
face 595-7798 


SILVER COINS FOR SALE 
478-8580. 


OFFERS ,ON 3 OLYMPIC *100 
gold coins. 383 1558 


117 ANTIQUES and ARTS 


INCL. 18TH AND 19TH C FUR 
NISHINGS. PERSIAN ANDORI 
ENTAL CARPETS. GEO ANO 
VICT. SILVER. CANADIAN 
AND EUROPEAN FINF ART, 
PORCELAINS. CLOCKS, ETC. 

FOR AN APPRAISAL OF YOUR 
ITEMSPLEASE CONTACT 

JOHN BOYLE • 
386-3308 

LUNDS 


120 CARDEN SUPPLIES 


Crtwriiwu* 


B C GREENHOUSE BLORS. 
Quality aluminum/glass green¬ 
houses. Substantial price in¬ 
crease will be effective in Feb. 
For informahon/brochuresphooe 
385 2841. 


Plewini, R*to«it>( 

Md Cultivating 


DON S TRACTOR SERVICE 

477-3913 

We rotovate. plow, cut grass and 
brush, also loading and hauling 


4 BROTHERS — ALL AREAS 
HandTIllers, Tractors 
479611?, 


Tools md Supplies 


AS NEW. RIDE-EM LAWN 
mower, paoe 479. Item 2, Sears 
Spring & Summer Catalogue. Sell 
*800 firm 385-7486, 384-3639. 


Top Sod, Rocks and Fill 


SCREENED TOP SOIL WITH 
manure and sand, *10 per yard, 
delivery extra. Sterilized potting 
soil by bag. E Nixon Ltd 
478-0511; Nights479-1937, 479 2995 


SAND, GRAVEL, DRAIN AND 
crushed rock, 1 to 6 yard loads 
658 5406s 


NUMBER 1 SHREDDED BLACK 
loam, 4 yards *47,7 yards *71 Bag 
*2.25, 595 8129 


125 PETS md SUPPLIES 


GUARD DOG 

Male Doberman, fully guard and 
obedience trained by Victoria 
Guard Dog Must sell Serious in 
quiriesonly, 658 1088 


NORWEGIAN ELKHOUNDS. 
C.K.C Registered Born 24 Octo 
ber All shots, tattooed, wormed 
Show and pet stock. Bearberrv 
Kennels, RR2Ganges, Salt Spring 
Island, 112 537-237r 


I'M A 4 YEAR OLD STANDARD 
Red male Daschund, nuetured, 
looking for someone to love me I 
would make a wonderful friend 
and a great companion. I'm a 
beautiful boy. Call me at 388 5687 


8 WEEK OLD PUREBRED DO 
ber man Pinschers. Owner desires 
that they be purchased by ma 
ture, affectionate people. Fenced 
in yard a must. Call 746 7358 
(Duncan) 


1 PUREBRED LABRADOR. 3 
Labrador Cross pups, 1 Dober 
man, 2 German Shepherd crosses, 
I border collie cross, 2 Australian 
Blue Heelers, 1 collie cross, l 
dalmationpurebred 479-5868 


SAINT BERNARD. 2 YRS OLD, 
all shots, spayed, very friendly 
and adores children, to a good 
country home only. 6 42-3204 be 
twpetH-jpflT'- ——-— 


DO YOU HAVE A PROBLEM 
with your dog’ Would you like to 
have him trained 7 The only place 
for real satisfaction, it's always 
the Bionic Dog School. 385 8209 


LIVER SPOTTED DALMATION. 
l 1 2 yrs. old, neutered, dog obedi 
ence background, great compan 
ion dog, free to oood country 
home 479 1267 


SIBERIAN HUSKY PUPPIES. 
Purebred, registered, champion 
stock, Imsfree line Blueeve Born 
September 26. Only TLC homes 
accepted. 11? 724 3123 


AQUARIUM DISPLAY CASE, 
includes four 10-gallon and one 
20 gallon tanks, fluorescent light 
ing, heaters and pumps Ideal for 
breeding *150 384 7764 


ANOTHER 

That's right, another shipment 
from Denmark back to back to 
last weeks shipment, we are load¬ 
ed with tine olde Continental fur¬ 
nishings and antiques Maomfi 
cent oak and walnut dining suites, 
Chippendale down filled palour 
suites, large oak framed sofa, 
smaller dining suites plus much, 
muchmore. open 7 days, most 
mqhts. 15 min from town Pete's 
Place. 786 Golds (ream, 478 6000 


ROLL TOP DESK 
Large 6' mahogany double pedes 
tal roll top, fitted with drawers 
and pigeonholes Small oak li 
brarv table, oak tables and 4 
chairs, small carved walnut 
wardrobe, laroer oak wardrobe. 
Georgian style mahogany double 
pedestal desk leather inlaid top, 
oak sideboards and dressers 
Open 7 days, most nights/15 min. 
from town Petes Place. 786 Gold 
stream. 478 6000 


SCRAP GOLD AND SILVE R 
Purchased for cash, also Gold and 
Silver Jewellery, pocket watches, 
medals and Military items. SI! 
verware, Brassware. Antique 
furniture. Collectors Corner An¬ 
tiques Ltd. 829 Fort Street, 
386 1155 


HUMMEL FIGURES, PLATES, 
bell Doulton-tinv tobies Sterling 
Pieces Advertising trade cards 
circa 1880 Coke and beer trays 
Nostalgia collectibles Tom Mit 
chell at the Victoria Collectible 
Sale. Jan. 26, Juan De Fuca Curl 
ing Rink, 10am. to6pm 


DON'T SELL JUST FOR METAL 
value Wanted antique or good 
Quality jewelery, watches or sil¬ 
ver pieces Roserrtary & Wendv 
Antiques Ltd. 620 Broughton, 
385 9816 


ROMANTIC 
VALENTINE'S GIFT 
Diamond stud earrings. % carat 
each in 1 4k white oold setting 
Appraised at *800 Will sell for 
*495 382 5513 6-8pm 


OLDOAK TWIST TABLES. ETC 
Ornate Walnut wardrobe and 
sideboards. Oak credenza, desks, 
sideboard, bookcases, chairs. 
Miscellaneous 479 1009, evenings 
call 479 4001 


117 ANTIQUES Md ARTS 


WANTED: GEORGIAN FURNI 
ture, oriental rugs, silver, clocks, 
etc TOP PRICES PAID 
D Robinson, 1019 Fort. 384 6425 


ANTIQUE RESTORATION AND 
reproduction, highest quality 
craftsmanship. Dove West 
388 5517 


OLD RADIOS. CASH REGIS 
ters, wooden wall telephones See 
you at the V G. and B.C.S. Collect 
ible Big Show. Jan, 26, 1980 


FURNITURE REFINISHING 
and antique restoration by mu¬ 
seum trained professional. Satis 
faction guaranteed. 383 4413. 


NICKELODEON, COIN 
operated, circa 1920, excellent 
condition all around, *7800. 
592 4318 


UNIQUE 

Art Deco Bar/cabinet. *500. Hard 
to describe. Phone tor more infor¬ 
mation 382-5939 


FURNITURE REPAIRED. AN- 
tiques our specialty. Phone 
478 2539 


SQLID MAHOGANY 9 PCE. DR 
suite. *4,000 after 5 00 pm. 
383 1480 


SOLID BRASS BED, DOUBLE 
mattress box spring asking *950. 
385 1128. 


AN1IQUE LOVESEAT. ROSE 
velvet, perfect condition. 
479 7906. 


MANS 10K YELLOW GOLD EM- 
eraldanddiamondrlng. Less than 
appraised value 598 2226 


SIX REGENCY DINING 
chairs- circa .820, *1800 Previous 
sale uncompleted. 652-1393. 


OLDER HUMMEL FIGURINES, 
antique oak recliner 598-2226 


120 GARDEN SUPPLIES 


Ftrtfluw 


SAANWOOD FARMS LTD 
Cow manure. 652-2026 or 652 1743. 
No Sunday calls please 


COW MANURE, MULCHING 
straw 777 Kangaroo, 478 1876 Let 
phone ring.• 


WHEAT STRAW ALSO COW MA- 
nure. 777 Kanoaroo Road. 
478 1876 


PENDRAY FARMS LTD , COW 
manure, 6 yards *48. delivered 
477-1519. 


*1 STRAIGHT OLD COW MA 
nure. 4 yards *38, 7 yards *52, 
bags *2 25 595-0773 


A VALENTINE GIFT. SKET- 
land sheep dog (Sheltle) pups, 
registered. Inoculated, excellent 
temperament, approved homes 
only 656 5002 


3 BLACK LABRADOR CROSSES, 
2 yellow Labrador crosses, 1 Ger 
man Shepherd purebred, 1 Boston 
Bull cross, 1 terrier cross 
478 2714 


REGISTERED GOVERNMENT 
Doberman Pinscher puppies from 
Champion stock 246 4267 or 
746-433? 


TWO LOVELY GREY COCKA 
tlels, one male, one female for 
sale with cage and accessories. 
Must be sold together 479 0603 


DUE TO MOVING. MUST PART 
with loving 2 vear old purebred 
German Shepherd (Immunized) 
598 87?^ 


VIN 6 


MOVING. NEED HOME FOR 
Lab-New Foundland, good watch 
dog Very gentle with children 
479 7528 


PUREBRED BLACK Ml NIA 
ture poodle puppies, 8 weeks, 
paper trained. Excellent term- 
perment *150.652-4877 


BEAUTIFUL 15 WEEK OLD 
Great Dane cross for sale 2 vear 
old St Bernard to good home 
382 30)6 


CANARIES FOR SALE. SING 
ers and hens, young birds, oood 
colours, raised in outdoor avairv 
479 3976 


REGISTERED BLACK LABRA 
dor puppies Excellent temper 
ament and conformation, *150. 
479 7056 


BEFORE BUYING A PUPPY 
call Victoria City Kennel Club 
"Watchdog" for advice. 477-9781 


REGISTERED DOBERMAN 
Pinscher puppies from champion 
Stock 246 4267 or 746 4332 


AT STUD, BROWN MINIATURE 
poodle Champion Tatars Kalua 
Master 11? 743 2415. , * 


REGISTERED COLLIE PUPS, 8 
weeks, dew claws removed, shots 
included *150 478 5179 


FOR SALE, PUREBRED LA 
brador puppies from Field Cham 
pion Stock. 478 3123 


FOR SALE RED FACTOR CA 
nary breeding stock Call 
388-4129. ^ 


PUREBRED IRISH SETTER 19 
months old. Needs good country 
home, well behaved 386-0970 


PUREBRED BEAGLE PUPS, 
maximum 13". *100 each 
382 6182 


TOP QUALITY IRISH SETTER 
puppies. Serious buyers only 
Please 478 0073 


15 GALLON HEXAGONAL 
aquarium, over *100 in pumps, 
filters, etc. *75 592 14)6- 


SELLING, CANARY BREED 
ing stock, guaranteed singers, 
hens After 5pm 642 3847 


HOME WANTED FOR WARM, 
lovino spayed female cat Call 
mornings 364 5328 


OLD ENGLISH SHEEPDOG 
pup- male, champion pedigree 
*325. 112 647 5451 


BLACK MINIATURE POODLE 
puppies, 8 weeks, registered 
652-4540. 


TO GOOD HOME ONLY, 
gentle border collie cross lab, 
male, 10 months. *2 5 4 74-1673. 


ONE MALE WHITE PURE 
bred toy poodle, 6 months old 
383 9181. 


LARGE JET BLACK CAT, NEU 
tered and free to loving home 
595-5288 


SAMOYED AND LAB CROSS, 4’ ? 
months old, *40 Call anytime, 
474 2171. 


SILVER BUFF COCKER SPAN 
lei, purebred, 4 years old *75. 
112-245 3360 


ROLLER CANARIES, SINGERS 
and hens; also laroe cage. Phone 
598 1875. 


3 CUDDLY KtTTENS TO GIVE 
away, house-trained 386-896 1 


FANCY PIGEONS 
479-9706. 


BUDAPEST HIGH FLYERS 
wanted. 592 1556 


UNREGISTERED POODLE 
pups *100, 64? 3493 after 5pm 


PUPPIES FOR-SALE. COLLIE 
MIX. *20. 595-6051 


BLACK FEMALE LABRADOR 
purebred. 2 months, 385-8209 


v C-5 

127 CHICKS. POULTRY 
HATCHING EGGS 
SUPPUES 


9 YOUNG BARDROCK ROOST 
ers and 6 young Rhode I stand Red 
roosters for sale *3.50 each 
656-1757. 


CHICKEN SHEDS. APPROXI 
matelv 12*xl6', *250, one I8'xl4', 
*350; chickens, *1.25 each 
479-7711. 


FOR PRICE LIST ON DAY OLD 
chicks and turkeys bhone 478 3368 
before 3pm 


WANTED: YOUNG BANTAM 
hens, pheasants and quail 
478-0428. 


URGENT! PULLETS LAYING 
like crazy. Comets *6.15, Leg 
horns *4 95. 657 3S0) 


FOR SALE, NEW HAMPSHIRE 
hens, roosters and bantams 
479-6633. 


128 LIVESTOCK SUPPLIES 
END EVENTS 


MANDER 

TRUCKING LTD. 
SAWDUST 
SHAVINGS 
CEDAR HOG FUEL 
TflS-T0.il 

After 6,477-5053,479-7629 


128 LIVESTOCK SUPPLIES 
END EVENTS 


JOHN AAacNUTT 
TRUCKING 

SAWDUST—SHAVINGS 
HOGFUEL 
Large or Small Loads 

479-6560 


FEED 


Many 25 Kg bags of Broiler 
Krumbles. chick starter, wheal 
pig grower & finisher and Turkey 
grower, *5 per bag Also bran, 
molasis, oats & dog food at simi 
lar low prices. First come first 
served Sat, only 5925Oldfield Rd 
658 T147. 


STABLE /MANAGEMENT AND 
grooming clinic held at the Har 
rop Ranch are again being spon 
sored bv Tahsha because of the 
great response last year Every 
one welcome Stable manage 
ment Feb 5 and 19 Grooming 
Feb 12and26. 7 8:30 *?per night 
65? 1885 for registration _ 

COURBETTE SADDLES. I 
only 17V»" All Purpose regular 
*625 95 now *450. One only 16'. 
Dressage reoular *625 95 now 
*450 The super sale goes on until 
Saturday 26ttL Jn. sfQrje,,wecKciKL. 
specials Shanks Saddlery, 764 
Roderick Street. 384-5011 


VANCOUVER ISLAND SIM 
mental owners will be meeting on 
Sunday, January ?7, ipm in 
Lantzville. If you like Slmmental 
we would like to see you there 
II? 245-7451 or 758 9204 tor infer 
mation 


FOR SALE QUINCY'S HY CALI 
ber 3 vr old registered Quarter 
horse geldlna, 15 3 hh. by Sir 
Qumcv Bob, champion B C colt 
1978, champion B.C. adding 1V7V 
656 >432 


HORSE MANAGEMEN 
Course, Morning Star Stable 1 
Starting Tuesday. January -? 1 
7 30pm 8 lectures, 2 practic. 
sessions 478 8069 


AT STUD, SOLITAIRE JACK, 
grand champion at halter and sire 
of champions Reg 4 horses for 
sale Also 1978 2 horse trailer 
112 748 8504 


K&M VANCOUVER ISLAND 
Hunter/Jumper Winter Series 
Show Postponed until Sunday 
J.anuary ?7th Enter on the day 


FOR SALE. SOW WITH 9 PIG 
lets. 3 weeks old One sow with 6 
piglets, 3 weeks old. 479 3147 after 
3pm • 


LAST CALL FOR SPRING Db 
livery of Dehner custom-made 
boots Easy payment plan 
Shanks Saddlery, 384-5011 - 


FEEDCARROTS.S1 A BAG. 5550 
West Saanich Rd or 4055 Cumber 
land ki off McKenzie 


ONE BREbHOLSTEINHEIFER 
due tocalf in February, *800firm 
II? 748-1982 


OAK MEADOWS SCHOOLING 
Shows February 10th and March 
2nd 479-6843 


URGENT' WEANERS. 
Chunky, 7 weeks. *39 each 
652-3501 


F AMILY MILK COW FOR SALE 
*650 Just freshened Phon* 
65? 1221. _;_ 

10 YEAR OLD ANGLO ARAB. 15 
HH. well trained English. For salt 
or lease 479-457? 


TWO BOTTL€ FED LAMBS 
well started, male and female S 2 f 
each 478 1227 


WANTED: OLD CEDAR RAILS 
tor snake fence Mill Bay 
743 2284. 


HORSES BOARDED METCHO 
sin. Reasonable. Electric fencer 
for sale 478-2687 


FOR SALE 17 MONTH ANGUS 
heifer and 1 ton of hay *800 
657 709? 


HORSE FOR LEASE ORES 
sage and flat Phone 657 .1014 


17" BARNSBY SADDLE PLUS 
bridle. *300or best offer 474 7047 


FENCE POSTS, 6' AND 7' SPLI1 
cedar, *1 each 64? 597? 


YORKSHIRE WEANER PIGS. 8 
weeks old, all white *35 478 8)54 

GENTLE JERSEY FA/MILY 
milk cow, milking 657-2514 


LOCAL HAY, 1ST CUT,*7 SOPER 
bale, delivery available 65? 1664 


16 BARNSBY SADDLE. *300 
1)2 748-0?f2or 112 748 8967 


WEINER PIGS FOR SALE. *3( 
and up 65? 2527 


CALIFORNIAN BREE 
rabbits, with cage* 478 250 

WANTED: ONE OR TWO 
local hav. 479 7886. _ 

10 MONTH OLD ANGUS 
*600 1)2-245-3360 

130 TlE/VY EQUIPMEN 
ANO MACHINERY 


WANTEO: OBSOLETE OR 
derelict equipment, top price’ 
paid. Superior Salvaoe 
112-743-5906_ 

453 DETROIT DIESEL, FULLY 
rebuilt, coupled to 640 Ellisbr 
trans, new *8500 478 3234 cm 
478 6)90_ 

NUMBE R 2 HOSSF ELC 
bender C/W dies for pipe to ? 
square tut/e and scroll. Excellent 
condition 652-3375. 


PONY BANDSAW SAWMILL OR 
simillar Parts,hlades, etc. want 
ed 474-1397,__ 

A FRAME FOR MOTOR l.lf I 
ing etc. and motor stand V40r 
value, asklno*i95, 47? 3000 

5 TON GEARED BULLDOG 
hand winch, phone 656 7466 

135 FARM IMPLEMENTS 



L-awn & Garden T ractor s 
7 hp 78 hp 

Oiesel Farm Tractors 
22 hp 27S hp 
Full Line of Attachments 
Good Supply Of Used Tractors 
65? 164?_. SAANICHTQN 

J. GRIEVE MOTORS LTD 
Vancouver Island's laroest tarn 
Implement dealer now sellim, 
Yanmar 4-wheel drive tractors 
13 to 33 h.p. Full line of attach 
ments. 

652 164? SAANICHTQN 





































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































C-6 

135 FARM IMP1EMCNTS 

MASSEY FERGUSON 35 HP. 
hfe« point hitch tractor. 51,650 
«10 loader wi,h P* H " 
isfrl lC 000 MF - *' Mod dr III S600 

3 POINT MOUNTED CEMENT 
mixer and 3 point mounted rear 
DldOe. 477-1784. 


OLIVER O C 4 LOADER 
crawler. * 2000 .112-746-6205. 


141 LEASE VEHICLES 




WILL SHOW 
—YOU— 
HOW TO LEASE 

ANDSAVE! 



SAVE BIG 
ONTHESE UNITS 

79 Dodge Maxi-van 
79 Newyorker 
79 Ford 3/a ton 
78 LeBaron, 4 door sedan 
77 Dodge Maxi-Van 
77 Volare, 4 door sedan 
77 Volare, 2 door sedan 
76 Plymouth Gran Fury 

Plus Many More 

SeeTomCino 
or Bryan Cathcart 

ENSIGN LEASE 
LTD. 
Quadra at 
Caledonia 
386-2411 

DEALER NO. 5620 


HOW TO WRITE 

A GOOD 
a 

CLASSIFIED ACTION 

AD 


1—IT'S BEST to start your ad 
with the name of the article or 
service you have to otter. IT 
you have an apartment, room, 
etc., for rent, or property for 
sale; start vour ad with the 
location. 


2—BE CLEAR Readers respond 
more quickly and favorably by 
giving complete, definite in¬ 
formation. Always include the 
price In your advertisement. 


3—MAKE IT EASY for the read 
er-prospect to reach you Al 
wavs give vour telephone num 
Ler or your name and address. 
If you do not have reoular 
hours, state a preferred time 
for the prospect to oet In touch 
with you. 


-PLAY SAFE. You get the 
greatest reader attention bv 

using consecutive insertions. A 
six day order is best and costs 
•ess. and you can, of course, 
stop your ad as soon as you get 
the results you want. You pay 
only tor the d$ys yogr ad ap 
beared. Lower yearly rates 
are available to those who 
wish to keep their services 
or products before the pub 
lie. 


S-PLACE YOURSELF In the 
reader s position and ask 
yourself what you want to 
know about vour offer The an 
swer you give will make a good 
Want Ad 


-GIVE YOUR PROSPECT 
every Inducement you can 
with oood copy Classified ac 
fion ad readers have the 
money and are already in¬ 
terested in buying the mer¬ 
chandise or service you have 
to otter; the details and Infor¬ 
mation you give are the most 
important. 


7—TO PLACE YOUR AD, call 
386-212h row-direct line num¬ 
ber to fast Want Ad action A 
courteous, efficient advisor 
will be glad to help you word 
and place vour order And re¬ 
member. Classified Action 
Ads afford you the most com¬ 
plete coverage. Telephones 
are open 8:00 a m to 6 00 
p.m. Monday through Friday. 
8.00 to 5:30 p.m. Saturday. 
Don't allow the reader to 
speculate. 


149 NEW CAR 
DIRECTORY 


THE HOME OF 
LINCOLN 

MARQUIS, COUGAR, 
XR7, ZEPHYR, 
CAPRI, BOBCAT, 
FORD TRUCKS 



We have them all 
athugesav ngs! 

m of 


1979 's 


ONLY 2 LEFT! 

STOCK 4339 

79 Mercury Marquis, 4 - 
_ dr..3— SOLO —A/T, 
P/S, P/B, radio, tilt 
wheel, speed control, 
power windows, etc. 
WAS$9376.60 NOW$7870 
SAVE $1506.60 

STOCK 9-471 

79 Mercury Marquis, 2- 
dr., 302, V 8 , A/T, 
P/S, P/B, radio, 
power windows, etc. 
WAS $9106.80 NOW $7660 
SAVE $1446.80 

ONLY 3 LEFT 

STOCK 9-874 

79 Bobcat 3-Dr. 4-cvl., 
-A/T, P/S, P/B, radio, 
deluxe interior, flip 
moon roof, etc. 

WAS $6802.50 NOW $6170 

SAVE $632 

STOCK 9-438 

79 Bobcat 3-Or. 4 cyl„ 
A/T, P/S, P/B, radio, 
sports pkg. 

WAS $6123.70 NOW $5585 
SAVE $538.70 

STOCK 9-837 

79 Bobcat 3-Dr., 4 cvl., 
A/T, P/S, P/B, radio, 
convenience group, 
etc. 

WAS $6214.50 NOW $5660 
SAVE $554.50 

ONLY 1 LEFT! 

STOCK 9490 

79 Zephyr, 2-Dr., Ghia, 
6 -cyl., A/T, P/S, P/B, 
tilt wheel, bucket 
seats, power win¬ 
dows. 

WAS $7951.10 NOW $7210 
SAVE $741.10 

ONLY3LEFT! 

STOCK 9-828 

79 Monarch 4-dr, Ghia. 6 - 
cyl„ A/T, P/S, P/B, 
tint —SOLD —s, 
clock, elec, defrost, 
etc. 

WAS $7902.10 NOW $7185 
SAVE $717.10 

STOCK 9-832 

79 Monarch 2-dr., 302 V 8 , 
A/T, P/S, P/B, clock, 
elec defroster, 
mouldings, etc. 

WAS $8180.90 NOW $7410 
SAVE $770.90 

STOCK 9449 

79 Monarch 4 -dr., Ghia. 
302 V 8 , A/T, P/S, 
P/B, radio, cloth 
seats, mouldings, 
light group, etc. 

WAS $8167.90 NOW $7415 
SAVE $752.90 

PLUS 

LARGE SELECTION 
OF 1980 MODELS, ALL 
DISPLAYED AND 
CLEARLY PRICE 
TAGGED! 

IMMEDIATE 

DELIVERY 

ON THE SPOT 

FINANCE 
ON APPROVED 

CREDIT. 

BANK OR FMCC 

TRADES WELCOME 

SUBURBAN MOTORS 
3377 Douglas 386-6131 

Dealer 5528 


150 CARS FOR SALE 


1970 and aartiar 


ONE OWNER 

Clean as new 1977 Plymouth 
Arrow 760GT Hatchback with 
only approx 22,000 Km. Features 
4 cvl, auto trans, radio, rear de^ 
froster, custom Interior. For In¬ 
formation and viewing of this 
extra nice auto contact BARRY 
FOSS exclusively at 382 7121 or 
res 595-6703. EMPRESS PON 
TIAC QUICK GMC LTD. Dealer 
5701, 


COLLECTORS ITEM 
60 Chev Impala, 4 door, hardtop, 
283 cu. in., power steering, radio, 
new exhaust, tires, generator, 
etc. * 1150. For info call Dave 
386-0203. 


70 GALAX IE 500 
2 dr., HT. Weekend Special, $789 
SPECIALTY MOTORS, 381 5544, 
385 7733, Dealer 6033. 


150 CARS FOR SALE 


D 
0 
D 
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VOLKSWAGEN 

AUDI 



Your Largest 
Volkswagen 
Audi 

Dealer On The 
Island! 


2 Door, 4 Door, 
Diesel and Gas 
Models! 

LIMITED SELECTION! 


PREMIUM 
ONE OWNER 
USEDCARS 

79 SCIROCCO GT, 5 
speed. Only 9,000 
Km! $9965 

79 CAPRI GHIA. Sun 
roof, automatic. Load- 
ed. Only 17,000 
Km. $6995 

78 RABBIT Deluxe..; 
door. 4 speed, sun 
roof. $6495 

77 CHEVY NOVA Con 
cours sedan. Full 
power, automatic. 

25,000 Km. $4995 

77 RABBIT Deluxe, 2 
door. Automatic, with 
37,000 miles. Silver. 

$6195 

76 Corolla, 2 door, 4 
speed. $3295 

76 RABBfT Deluxe, 2 
door, automatic, with 
28,000 miles! $4995 

75 RABBIT Custom 
sedan. Automatic. 

$3695 

75 DUSTER. 6 cylinder, 
automatic, with 35,000 
miles! $3695 

75 PINTO Wgn, deluxe, 
auto, 34,000 mi. $2995 

73 VOLVO 144 sedan. 
Automatic, with only 
33,000 miles. In mint 
condition! $5495 


UPTO60 MONTH 
SCOTIA PLAN 
FINANCING 
AVAILABLE. O.A.C. 


Douglas Volkswagen 
. Ltd. 

3329 Douglas Street 

388-5466 

Dealer 5100 


66MALIBU SS 
CONVERTIBLE 

V8, auto., ps., pb., bucket seats, 
console, new paint. This is a one 
owner victoria car and can be 
seen in our showroom. 54995. 
PAINTER MOTORS LTD., 3005 
Douglas St., 383-6196. 


68GTO 


396 c.L, 4 sod , ps. pb, rebuilt 
motor, new paint, new interior, 
radial T.A.s on maos. No reason 
able offer refused. PAINTER 
MOTORS LTD. 3005 Douglas 
388-6196 Dealer 5802. 


1969 CHEVROLET, RECENTLY 
tested, engine shot, body good, 
5400 or best offer. 1966 Cutlass 
Supreme, 4 door hardtop, 320 HP, 
redials, power steerino, power 
brakes, 15,000 miles on rebuilt 
engine, 5900 or best offer. 
478-5012 


paint, new tires. Really nice 
shape, offers. 1964 Chev. Impala 2 
door hardtop, good shape. 1965 
Ford 4 door Sedan, good runnino 
shape 1970 Datsun 4 door, offers. 
388-6275 pager 2564 


AN OLDIE BUT GOOD TRANS- 
portatlon, 1968 Pontiac 2 dr., 91,- 
000, 8, auto, ps, pb. Green, nice 
and clean, 51795. Call ALEC BO 
GUSZ 382-7121 or 477-1575. EM¬ 
PRESS PONTIAC BUICK, Dealer 


65 MUSTANG 

V-8, floor shift. 3 spd., low mile¬ 
age. excellent condition. 
SPECIALTY MOTORS. 381-5544, 
385-7733. Dealer 6033 


1965 FORD FAIRLANE. FRONT 
end accident, as is or parts, new 
289 30,000 miles, Holley 4-barrel. 
h ?5. de r!L ET auto trans 

with shift kit. Best offer. 477-6676 
after 6pm. 


COLLECTOR'S ITEMS 
1957 Cadillac Sedan De Ville, ex¬ 
cellent, original condition. 1956 
Volkswagen, oval window, best 
offer. 477-0991 evenings. 


69 VAUXHALL EPIC. 302CI., C4 
automatic transmission, 8% 
rearend, new Concorde 50's on 
rear, new exhaust. 52,000. or best 
offer 383-6181. 


1964 FORD CUSTOM, 352 3 
speed standard Dependable and 
solid car. Good condition. One 
owner. 5600 or best offer. 
385 2175. 


1951 CHEVROLET COUPE, 
very good original condition. Low 
mileage. Radio, clock, visor and 
skirts 52200 or best offer or trade. 
384-2889 after Spm 


1968 BUICK SKYLARK 
2 door hardtop, 350 4 barrel, 
sunroof, new tires, excellent con- 
dition. See to appreciate. 
595-8018. 


62 CHEV ACADIAN. 6 CYLIN 
der, standard, needs engine work, 
5175 or offers 63 Ford Falcon, 6 
cylinder, standard, 4 door. 5225 
652 3246- 


1970 MAZDA 1800, TWO FOR 
one sale * 1 engine runs well, 
body rusted. #2 toyv away for 
parts. 5350 for pair or offers 
721-3062. 


SATURDAY, JANUARY 26, 1980 

ISO CARS F0H SALE ISO CARS FOR SALE ISO CARS FOR SALE 


pj 

1 

SUBUBBff/J 

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THE HOME OF 
LINCOLN 

MARQUIS, COUGAR, 
XR7, ZEPHYR, 
CAPRI, BOBCAT, 
FORD TRUCKS 


Of Used Cars 


OFFER REFUSED! 

79 Marquis Colony Park 
Wagon. Full equipped 
$9995 

79 Bobcat Wagon. 4cyl, 
A/T, radio $5295 

78 Honda, 2dr, 4spd. 
radld $4695 

77 Cougar XR7, V 8 , A/T, 
P/S, P/B, radio, air- 
cond., etc. $5895 

77 Grand Prix, 2dr, H/T, 
V 8 . A/J T P/S, FVB, 
radio $5195 

76 Pinto Wagon. 4cyl, 
4spd. radio $2995 

75 Monarch Ghia, 2 dr. 
V 8 , A/T, P/S, P/B, 
radio $3895 

75 Montego Wagon. V 8 , 
A/T, P/S, P/B, radio 
$2795 

74 Buick, 4dr„ V 8 , A/T, 
P/S, P/B, radio 2395 

73 Datsun 2dr. 4spd., 
radio $1695 

73 Fiat 128 Spider, 2dr, 
4spd, radio $2195 

71 Pinto, 2dr, 4spd, radio 
$1495 

MANY MORE MAKES 
AND MODELS TO 
CHOOSE FROM! 
ALL CLEARLLY 
PRICE TAGGED! 

TRADESWELCOME 

ON THE SPOT 
APPRAISALS! 

BANK or FMCC 
FINANCING! 

SUBURBAN MOTORS. 
3377 Douglas 386-6131 

Dealer SSZ8 


SACRIFICE. '70 MAVERICK, 
economical, 6 cylinder, auto¬ 
matic, very good condition Must 
sell by Monday 5900. 385 9574 or 
view at 415 Chester, 


1970CHEV BELAIR, V8. POWER 
steering, complete brake job, 
shocks, good tires, rebuilt carb 
and more. Mechanically perfect. 
51300.477-3050 


1970 MAVERICK, MINT CONDI- 
tlon, 6 cylinder automatic, new 
tires, muffler, shocks, etc. plus 2 
extra snow tires, asking 51995. 
478-7757. 


1964 FORD CUSTOM. 2 DOOR 
custom coach, standard shift. 6 
cylinder. Asking 5350 or nearest 
offer. 385-0861 after 6. Must be 
seen to be appreciated 


1970 CAMERO, 350,-V8, AUTO, 
console. 

GEORGE ENG TRUCK SALES 
Dealer *5166 

2810A Rock Bay Ave. 38S-3054 


1967 NOVA CHEVY 11, 2 DOOR 
hardtop, 327 with three speed 
automatic, headers, cam, new 

painted/woOtfoBo'—- ew * v 


L 592-7169. 


1970 TOYOTA COROLLA 
Sprinter, engine perfect, body 
rouoh, perfect car for person 
starting out, asklno 5500. MS-3474 
after 6pm 


65 PLYMOUTH STATION 
waoon. needs muffler, otherwise 
good condition, excellent work 

658 $589 $45 ° ° r bCSt 0f,er 

LIMITED EDITION '70 BARRA 
cuda, well-maintained, 6 slant en- 
Qine Only 2 owners. Sacrifice 
$1400. 381-0770 after 7pm., 477-8133 
days 

69 CADILLAC FLEETWOOD 
Brougham, loaded, asking $1995. 
Bridge Street Motors, 2614 Bridge 
St 388-5714. 652-4244. Dealer 5161 

'62 THUNDERBIRD. ALL 
stock. Excellent condition. Col¬ 
lector's Item. Asking $2300. 
479-6078. 

1957 DODGE REGENT, RELI 
able transportation with just a 
touch of decadence Must sell 
ooing to Eurooe. 592-7032 

COLLECTORS ONE OF A KIND 
1958 Zephur stationwagon, De¬ 
cember tested. Best offer. 
598-3578 

1965 PLYMOUTH FURY, SLANT 

6. 4 door, automatic, good condi 
fion all around. $575 firm. 
386-5493. 

1967 CHEVELLE WAGON, V8, 
radio, Michelin, studded snow 
tires. Good running order. $700 
479-2836 

1970 PARISIENNE, POWER 
steering, power brakes, low mil* 
ape, excellent condition, $2,500 or 
Offers. 478-6088 

65 FORD GALAXIE 500. VERY 
pood condition, new tires, recent 
lv passed safety check. $600 or 
best offer. After 5. 384-4530 

1970 AUSTIN AMERICAN IN 
fair condition, rebuilt motor anc 
transmission. Asking $700 or besl 
offer. 384-4392. 

1966 BARRACUDA, REBUILT 
3)8, 4-speed, everything new on 
motor, great running shape. $130C 
or best offer. 479-7205. 

69 ENVOY EPIC, GOOD RUN 
ning order, good tires, no rust, 
also 69 Vauxnall. both for $300. 
656-2268. 

1969 CHEVELLE MALIBU. 2 
door hardtop, 307 automatic, new 
V/T' 1,500 or bast offer. 
Mike 381-0891 

1970 RENAULT, SOUND. ECO 
nomical, comfortable. Asking $1,- 
000. Can be seen at 940 Fairfield. 
383 6606. 



1980 TERCEL 
From 14598 
LEASE FROM 
1129 per mo. 


ESO EUR CLINIC 


Used Cars! 


79Cresslda 
79 Accord, 5 spd. 
78 Civic 
78 Honda 
78 Fiesta 
78 Pinto 
78 Toyota P.U. 

78 Corolla, A/T 
78 Honda 
77Celica, L/B 
77Toyota, P.U. 

’77 Corona 5^5 
76 Corolla 
76Toyota P.U. 
76Celica 
76 Hornet 
76 Toyota Chinook 
76 Audi 
76 Astre 
76 Ventura 
75 Midget 
75 Audi 
75 Celica GT 
75 VW Beetle 
75 Land Cruiser 
74 Datsun 710 
74Capri 
74 Mustang 
74 Corolla Wgn. 

74 Pinto 
74 Comet 
74Toyota P.U. 

73 Midget 
73 Corolla S/W 
73 Celica 


$2195 


$8995 


74 Astre GT 

*1999 

73 Midget 

S2999 

72 Nova 

*2499 

72 Vega 

*2199 

72 Mini 

*2999 

72 Corolla 

$2499 

72 Datsun P.U. 

*2795 

72FargoP.U. 

*1495 


OPEN FROM 
8 a.m.-9p.m. 
SAT. 8 a.m.- 6 p.m. 

100% Bank Financing 

386-3516 


METRO TOYOTA LTD. 
645 FINLAYSON 
(Across from Woodwards) 
DEALER 6290 



mm 


1966 PONTIAC GRAND PARI- 
sienne. white, 2 door hard too, 
immaculate, offers on 51200. 
721-3972 


1969 ACADIAN 4 DOOR, 6CYLIN- 
der automatic in good and clean 
condition, $1300. 652-5517 or 
652-2704. 

CONVERTIBLE 

1967 Chevelle Malibu 283, stan¬ 
dard, new top and tires. $2150. 
652-1276. 

1966 V8 VALIANT WITH CRAIG 
stereo and speakers, good condi 
fion, tested. $800. 3443 Cardiff 
Place. 

1967 RANCHERO. IMMACU- 
late condition, 289 automatic, 
rally wheels, tonneau cover, no 
rust. 479-9711. 

1966 BUICK SPECIAL DELUXE, 

3 year old 350 cu.ln . new tires, 
new brakes. $400 or best offer, 
595-7459 

1966 FAIRLANE 500. 589 AUTO- 
matlc, PS, 77,800 miles, good con¬ 
dition, $1,295 or best offer. 
479-3243. 

T—BIRD 

1967 2 door hardtop, fully 
equipped, asking $3800. Duncan, 
748-4850 

LADY OWNED 1970 TOYOTA CO- 
rona Deluxe 4 door sedan, auto- 
maheJew mileage. Asking $1975. 
592-7239. 592 3641. No dealers. 

1969 FORD CUSTOM, 65,000 
miles, good condition. $500. 
384-5739. 

1968 4 DOOR FALCON, V8, 72,000 
miles oood running condition, $1,- 
000. or best offer. 388 4410. 

68 DODGE CORONET 500, 383, 
floor console, cromies, etc. $999 or 
best offer. 382-8053 

1968 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL, 

2 door, hardtop, good condition, 
asking $1800. 479-6570 

66 CHEVELLE. 2 DOOR HARD- 
top, many extras, $2500 or best 
offer. 478-2534. 

BASIC TRANSPORTATION. 1966 
Comet stationwagon, good condi¬ 
tion. 385-9010. 

68 PONTIAC STATIONWAGON, 
9-passenoer, v8/auto, tested, 
radio. 1 owner $695. 592-3358. 

70 CHEVELLE SS 396, TURBO 
400, new motor, brakes, tested. 
Good shape. 383-6591 after 5pm 

67 PONTIAC. 6 AUTOMATIC, 
good condition, tested. $600. 
386-0541 



CHRYSLER 

PLYMOUTH 


ALLUNITS 

CHECKED 

BYCARCLINIC 

DIAGNOSTIC 

CENTRE 


77 Royal Sportsman 
V 8 auto.,p.s., 0 .b., 
radio, air conditioning, 
power windows, 

8 passenger. 

Stock #70461 

Sale Price $6,995 

77 Dooge STuO 
6 -cyl, auto, p.s., 
stereo, camperized. 
Stock #85491 

Sale Price $5,995 

74 Royal Sportsman 
V 8 , auto, P.S., P.B., 
radio, 5-passenger. 
Stock #65131 

Sale Price $3,995 

72 Capri 

73 Dodge B200 

74 Pinto S/W 

74 Cougar 

75 Toyota SR5 

75 TR7 

76 Volare S/W 

76 Monaco S/W 

77 Astra 
77 Bobcat 

77 Comet 

78 Toyota 

78 Aspen 

79 Sunbird 

79 Dodge D100 
Plus Many More 


GOV'T TESTED 
PLUS2-YEAR 
WRITTEN 
WARRANTY 



Chrysler-Plymouth 

Ltd. 

DOWNTOWN 
YATESATCOOK 

Dealer licence number 
D5295 

386-2411 

Open Weekdays 
Till 9:00 


1969 BUICK SKYLARK, 2 DOOR 
hard top, mags, radials, 51350 or 
Offers. 382-3367. 


65 MUSTANG, V8 AUTOMATIC, 
oood condition. 52200. Call after 
4pm, 592-2767 


1969 CADILLAC ELDORADO, 
all options, leather Interior, 51800 
firm. 384-2889 after 5pm 


62 VALIANT. SLANT 6. 5350. 
595-2187 from 12noon-5pm. 
652-1094 after 5pm. 


door sedan, 2nd owner. Must be 
seen. Asking 5500. 656-3159. 


1969 T-BIRD, EXCELLENT 
shape, loaded, firm at 51900. 14M 
Finlayson 5-9 PM, 381-0975. 


1970 BUICK SKYLARK, EXCEL- 
lent condition, asking 51600. 
478-3828 after 4. 


70 BUICK RIVIERA. IMMACU- 
late condition, low mileage, 53450. 
479-7491 


69 BEAUMONT. 6 CYLINDER, 4 
door, automatic, 78,000 miles, 
tested, 51600.477-1528 evenings. 


1965 ACADIAN STATIONWA- 
gon. 283 motor Good shape 5400 
or best offer 656 7548. 


57 CHEV 4 DOOR. 1973 350 
motor, standard, very clean. 
51450. MS-9011. 


GOOD 1969 VALIANT. SLANT 6, 
new radials, tested. 5995. 
478-9109. 


1965 PONTIAC, V8 AUTOMATIC, 
dependable transportation, no 
rust, very clean. 5450.479-3701. 


BEST OFFER, '69 FORD FAL- 
con, interior excellent, exterior 
rusted. 658-8580. 


1968 FORD CORTINA, GOOD 
running order, needs body work, 
5400 or open to offers, 658-8471, 


1970 AUSTIN AMERICA, 36,000 
miles, automatic, clean, no rust. 
5950 firm. 479-3126. 


jfch, rusted, 5175. 


1967 FORD CONVERTIBLE, 
tested. As is 51400. Phone 
479-1236. 


69 CORTINA FOR PARTS OR 
whole. Runs. Blake after'5, 
474-2856 or 478-2323 unit • 1. 


1967 AMBASSADOR, RUNS 
well, small V8. 5400 firm. 
652 1524, 


0970 DODGE ST AT ION WAGON, 
318 automatic, power, tested, 
5850. 477-9216. 


ISO CARS FOR SALE 


nsn 


DATSUN 

CENTRE 


79 DATSUN 510 

4 xwo _ IS49S 

78 DATSUN F10 

5 speed _ j4»j 

78 ACCORD * 

hatchback, euto. . JS995 

78 DATSUN 

4 door, 4 speed" 54995 

77 TOYOTA 

pickup. 4 speed 54995 

77 COROLLA 

llftback, 4 speed 54895 

76 DATSUN 

PU8i canopy, 4 spd 53295 

75 HONDA 

2 door. 4 speed 52995 

74 ASTRE 

4 speed _ 52895 

74 DATSUN 

station wagon, auto. 52995 

74 DATSUN 

pickup, auto. 53795 

72 CHEV VAN 

automatic 53295 

72 PINTO 

station wagon, auto. 5169S 

71 PINTO 

automatic $695 

71 CHEVELLE 

2 door automatic J 52995 


68 CHEV fVAN 

3 speed \ 51995 

800 BLOCK fc 

381-5222 , 

AND 

FORT and FOUL BAY 

592-2471 


SAUNDERS8.HITCHMANLTD 
2040 Cadboro Bay Road 
Dealer 5059 


Tell a Friend 
"We Have 
Quality 

Transportation 
At Reduced 
Prices” 

74 Barracuda, low miles, 
sky blue. 

Save $1,200 Only $2250 

49 Ford Club Wagon, one 
owner unit. 

Save $400 Only $2750 

76 Astre S.W. low 
mileage. 

Save $500 Only $2950 

75 Ford '/a ton short box, 
red. 

Save $500 $3250 

75 Dart Swinger, 6 cyl, 
A.T. Low miles. 

Save $500 Only $3450 

76 Maverick, One owner, 
low mileage. 

Save $400 Only $3450 

75 Monte Carlwo, One 
owner, low mileage. 

Save $700 Only $3950 

75 Audi Fox S.W. Forest 
green. 

Save $500 Only $3950 

■a 

78 Pinto 3 door blue. 

Save $1,000 Only $3,950 

24 Month Warranty 

Aval lable on most units 

BCAA Inspections « 

GLEN OAK FORD 
YATESATCOOK 
384-1144 Dealer 6616 


Mllfabmni 

CHEVROLET 
OLD5MOBILE 


SUBURBAN 

74 SUBURBAN 4x4, 8 
cylinder automatic, 
bower steering, power 
brakes, radio. Finished 
in yellow and white with 
saddle cloth trim. A hard 
to find vehicle. $4650 

CUTLASS 

75 OLDS CUTLASS 2 
door, 8 automatic, power 
steering, power brakes, 
radio. Just over 38,000 
miles. Gorgeous car. 
Finished in light blue 
with blue cloth trim.$4850 

VW 

73 VW bus 9 passenger. 
Economical 4 cylinder 4 
speed, radio. Extremely 
well looked after. Fin¬ 
ished in 2 tone yellow and 
white $4150 

CORVETTE 

79 CORVETTE L82 4 
speed, power steering, 
power brakes, radio. 
Finished In yeliow with 
glass panel tops. $16,900 

CAAAARO 

78 CAMARO Z28, V 8 
automatic, power steer¬ 
ing, power brakes, power 
windows.^Finished in 
maroon with matching 
custom cloth trim. $8650 

MOSTCARS 
BCAAINSPECTED 

MON.-FRI. 
8:30a.m. - 9p.m. 

" SAT. 9 - 6 

Millstream Chevrolet. 

Oldsmobile Ltd. 

1730 Island Highway 
474-1211 
Dealer Lie. D-5831 


1969 METEOR, 2 DOOR HARD- 
top, 302 automatic, power, tested, 
85,000 miles. 5895. 477-9216. 


1967 BARRACUDA. 2 DOOR 
hardtop. Excellent condition. 
Must sell 384-1969. 


1970 BUICK LESABRE, 4 DOOR, 
reliable transportation, $800 
Phone 592-8062. 


COLLECTOR'S CAR 1969 MER 
curv Marquis convertible. Load 
ed. Beautiful condition. 477-7466 


1967 SUPER SPORT IMPALA, 
37,000 miles. Immaculate, $2,500. 
382-4725. 


69 CHEV IMPALA IN GOOD 
condition, asking $900. Call 
479-0707. 


1968 CADILLAC. POWER 
everything, air conditioning. Best 
offer. 478-7296. 


'70 COUGAR XR-7, IMMACU- 
late. $2500, offers. 658-8921 


1967 THUNDERBIRD. GOOD 
condition. $1500. 479-6964 


64 CHEV IMPALA SS. $1600 OR 
best offer. 478-9738. 


67 VOLKSWAGEN, $1400 OR 
best offer . 479-6701. 


67 VALIANT, VERY CLEAN, 
new brakes. $1150. 479-S106. 


67 CHEVY II SS, AUTOMATIC. 
$2500 478-1980. 


shape Offers. 384-6715 


67 MUSTANG, FAIR CONDI 
fion, best offer. Phone 656-2489 


1964 CHEVY II, BLACK, 2 DOOR 
Offers 478-4980 


150 CMS FOR SJUi 


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Y)QQ.c/lLrvu/ 

MOTORS LTD. / 
VOLKSWAGEN 

PORSCHE 


AUDI 


Cornell gm 

USED CMS 

YOU CAN 
EXPECT A 
GREAT DEAL 
FROM CORNELL 


73 FORD WGN 

Compact Pinto. 4 cyl, auto AM 
radio. Soulre Package etc. 

75 TOYOTA 

Corolla, 4 cyl, auto. AM radio, 
very clean, low mileage 

74 VEGA 


CALL REG YONAN 

385-5777 Ext.44 

* * * * 

SCARCE UNITS 
73CELICA 

Good condition 

78 TOYOTA 

Corolla — One Owner 

78 NOVA 

6cylinder, auto, ps . radio. Excel¬ 
lent condition, low mileage 
4 TOCHOOSE FROM 

ONLY $3495 

Call BILL BOND 
385-5777 

OPEN 

MON.-FRI.9-9 
SAT. 9-5 

Finlayson and Burnside 
385-5777 Dealer 681A 


BLACK 65 T BIRO, GOOD CON- 
dltlon. Best offer. Phone 478-7338. 


jyi^^KER RUNNING. 


57 CHEV BELALR, 2 DOOR 
sedan $2500. MS-11$ 


1954 VW. FIRST $850. 5960269, 
5 6pm, 


68 PONTIAC SW. 327 AUTO, $350 
388 5397 after 5. 


^JL T .V,P££ AKER F OR SALE 
Tested till February 38H2984 


67 CHEVROLET. GOOD RUN 
ning, $185. M2-9903. 


1971 -1972 


'72 PINTO. AUTOMATIC. BODY, 
engine, interior and transmission 
in excellent shape. Stereo radio, 
protective trim, new shocks, sum¬ 
mer and winter tires plus much 
is a peppy little car at 
* , ™ 0 c £utJ.st best offer takes It. 
Call 595-4824 after Spm 


'71 MUSTANG 

351 auto, ps, pb, radial TAs with 
mags, original paint. 54,000 
blurry on this one' 
PAINTER MOTORS LTD., 3005 
Douglas. 388 6196. Dealer S802 


72 DUSTER 340, POWER 
Steering, power brakes, stock 
rally wheels, motor and transmls 
s on rebuilt 1500 miles ago. Have 
show Bodv in excellent 
condition. Getting married forced 
to sell. $3425 or offers. 656-7324 


FIREBIRD 

1972, with mags and TA radials, 
needs some body work but no 

M^SWO 10 ** SCl s2900 060 


72 DUSTER - 

318 auto, bucket seats. Tested and 
ready to go First $1695 takes! 
PAINTER MOTORS LTD . 3005 
Douglas. 388-6196. Dealer 5802. 


Mazda 808 2 door coupe 4 
cylinder, non rotary engine, -.tan- 
dard transmission. 49,000 original 
miles. Well maintainedsmallcar, 
$1475 598 3207, 5-7pm. 


72 CHEV IMPALA, COMPLETE- 
ilpped. Priced to sell, $1655. 
AIMO WORLD INC, 
3342 Oak St, Dealer 5260 


n $.nc v i 

ly equippe 
PALfB A 
386-838$, 3 


1 972 VOLKSWAGEN 4 I 1 
wagon, automatic. Very clean 
and well cared for $1985. 384-1721, 
592-3121. Sports and Classic Cars, 
640 Hillside Dealer 5433. 


1972 COUGAR XR-7, POWER 
steering, power brakes, power 
windows, air conditioning, tilt 
wheel, am stereo, excellent condi¬ 
tion. $3500 479-9711. 


ISO CARS FOR SALE 


C-6 


Test Drive 
VW Rabbit 
Gas or Diesel 


On display the sporty one 
by VW. AM and FM cas¬ 
sette, 5 speed transmis¬ 
sion. 


79 VW Camper 
79 HONDA Prelude 
79CADILLAC Diesel 
79 CAPRICE Wagon 
78 BUICK Turbo 
78 MOTORHOME 
78CHEV Van 
78 SAAB 
77 BUICK Regal 
77 MOTORHOME 
77 BMW S30I 


74 HONDA Civic 
74 HORNET S/W 
74 BUICK Century 
74 AMC Hornet 
74 FIAT 124 
73 VW 412 


75 ASTRA S/W 
74 TOYOTA Corolla 
73 DODGE Dart 
72 MAZDA Pickup 
71 DODGE Dart 6 cyl. 
66 MERCURY Van 

DOWNTOWN 

AT 


971 YATES ST. 
at VANCOUVER 

Dealer Licence 
No. D-5180 

385-2415 


1972 MAVERICK DELUXE, 4 
door, power steering, automatic, 
6 radial tires, March 60 sticker, 
good condition. $1400 Phone 
381-6344 or 658-5117 


1972 CUSTOM 500. BLUE. 2- 
door, power steering, power 
brakes, 302 V8, rear defogger, 
radio. $1100 or best offer 
M2-167<> 


'71 VEGA SW 

4 Cvl, 4 spd, only $774. PALM 
AUTO WORLD INC . 386-8385, 
334? Oak St Dealer 5260 


71 FIRENZA WGN, RAOIO. 
roof rack, $98?. PALM AUTO 
WORLD INC., 386-8MS. 3342 Oak 
Street, Dealer 5260 


72 FORD AUTO. TESTED $526 
PALM AUTO WORLD INC . 
386-8M5, 3342 Oak Street, Dealer 
5260 


1972 PLYMOUTH SATELLITE 
custom, 318 automatic. 67,000 
miles, radio, new tires, offers to 
$1350,478-3871 


TOYOTA COROLLA. 1971, EX 
cellent condition New tires and 
brakes. AM—FM cassette $1300 
or best offer 477 3425 


MUST SELL 1972 CORTINA. 2 
door, automatic transmission 
radio, low mileage, excellent con 
dition 478 8 547 


ONE OWNER. 72 PINTO, 4 
speed. 2000 engine, radials. oood 
condition, $1495 or best otter 
598 8219. 


1971 FORD TORINO. 2 D 
hardtop, 302 V8 automatic,! 
miles. 1 owner. $2000or best< 
386 2556. 


1972 AUSTIN MARINA GT. 57,000 
miles, 4 speed with tachometer. 2 
door. Good condition. One owner 
$1850 478 2015 


1971 NOVA SS. 350, 4 SPEED. 
over-$5000 invested in drive train, 
needs paint. Otters on $4000. 
478-6678. 


71 PINTO. 3 SPEED AUTO- 
matlc, radio, radial tires. 2 snow 
tires included, lots chrome 
Offers 642 4668 


ALBERTAN OIL WELL RUNS 
dry, must sell 1 owner immacu 
late 72 Lincoln 4 door town coupe, 
loaded. $3895 478-6217 or 385 8470 


197) DATSUN 510 STATIONWA 
gon, needs head gasket, asking 
$600. Used motor also available 
656-7133 


'72 METEOR 2 DOOR HARD 
top. automatic, power steerinq. 
power brakes No rust or bumps 
First $1250. 477-7477 


1972 CHRYSLER NEWPORT, 
new tires and muffler, runs well. 
$1250 656-4797 


72 MAZDA. 4 SLOTTED MAGS, 
snow tires, oood body, newly 
painted, needs engine 382^955 


1972 MERCURY MONTEGO. 2 
door hardtop, ps/pb. Good condi 
fion. 479-6194 


72 BUICK 4 DOOR IN EXCEL 
lent running ordei . $1500. 
383-0018. 


1971 PONTIAC GTO 400. AUTO 
mafic console shift, buckets. 
$1700, offers 479 2724 Dan. 


71 METEOR 10 PASSENGER 
wagon, excellent condition, 
offers Phone 656 5778. 


1971 PLYMOUTH CAR, 3IE 
motor oood, body oood, 4 door, 
$695 38 5 5628. 


1972 CAPRI, SPORTY. ECO 
nomical. rebuilt engine, just test 
ed 479 2418, 477-527? 


MUST SELL 1971 OP 
needs vxne work, no rei 
offer refused. *78 0574. 


71 DATSUN 510. LOW MILEAGE, 
excellent condition. $1995 
595 0731. 


SMALL CAR 

71 VW statlonwagon. $1,650 
Olmen, 479-7196 


71 PLYMOUTH FURY. JUST 
had major tuneup, oood condition, 
$650 firm M5-7V33. 


1972 LEMANS. 2 DOOR, HT. ONE 
owner, oood condition. $2200. 
656-0314 


71 COUGAR AUTOMATIC, 
power steering, power brakes 
477-4435 


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HOME 

OF 

FRONTIER RV'S 

2524 DOUGLAS ST. 

(Across from Vic. Press) 

383-3635 

79 Chev Caprice, 4 door, 
auto, PS, PB, radio, 
etc. 

79 Buick Regal, 2 door, 
auto., PS, PB.etc. 

78 Cadillac, 4 door, load¬ 
ed. Mint. 

78 Cordoba, 2 door HT, 
well equipped. 

Economy Corner 

78 Nova, 4 door, 6 auto., 
PS, PB, radio. 

76 Skylark, V6, 4 speed 
and more. 

77 Toyota Corona, 4 
door, auto. 

76 Gremlin, 6 auto., PS, 
PB, wagon. 

76 Aspen St. Wagon. 

75 Valiant SE, deluxe 
and mint. 

TRUCKS 

78 Ford V* ton, 4 speed, 
well equipped .arm 
good. 

< GMC Sierra Va ton, 
auto, PS, PB.etc. 

BRANDNEW 

CAMPERS 

CAMPER VANS 
MOTOR HOMES 
Good Selection of 
Used RV's 
including 
1972 Pace Arrow 
20'Class A 

NO REASONABLE 
OFFER REFUSEDON 
ANY NEW OR USED 
UNITON OUR LOTS. 

TWO LOTS TO SE RVE YOU 

STOP MOTORS 

IN VICTORIA 

383-3635 

OR 

TOPS RV CENTRE 

IN DUNCAN 
TOLL FREE 381-0212 


197? PONTIAC LEMANS. NEW 
motor, brakes and exhaust sys 
tern Asking *2100. 478-8153. 


197? CORTINA, GOOD RUN- 
nmg condition. 5725. Must sell 
4.’7 0949 


'71 DATSUN 510. NEW PAINT, 
new tires, excellent condition. 
$2150 477-7089 


'71 MAZDA 1800 4 SPEED. $1795 
or best offer. 388 7817. 


7? DATSUN 510, 4 DOOR, CLEAN 
and well maintained 595 8791 

1972 PLYMOUTH V 8 GOOD 
condition 5850 Phone 652-4226 


71 OATSUN 240Z. GOOD CONDI 
tion, $3800 478-7584 


7? CORTINA 4 DOOR AUTO 
mafic, $600 or best Offer. 595 2503. 


1971 CORTINA. GOOD RUN 
ninq condition, $1,000 595-4659. 


1973- 1974 


1974 NOVA SS, NEW PAINT, 
Custom interior, motor LT 1 , TA's 
Everything new to much to list 
Must be seen to be appreciated 
Otters on $4300 over $6000 into if 
Small trades considered 382-4517 
after 5pm 


DATSUN 710 

'74 ?-dr HT auto, 4 cvl. 4 spd, 
radial tires plus low mileage 
Only $7995 PAINTER MOTORS. 
3005 Douglas St , 388 6196 D580? 


73 COUGAR 

? dr, HT, bucket seats, console. 
351 Cleveland. Excellent condi¬ 
tion SPECIALTY MOTORS, 
381 5544,385-7733 Dealer 6033. 


1973 FORD LTO COUNTRY 
Squire. 6 passenger stationwa 
prwi. power windows, power steer 
Ing. power brakes, roof rack and 
radlals. 70,000 miles. $2,450. 
6521276 


JV74 FORD LTD. 2 DOOR. HARD- 
too. power steering, power 
brakes, automatic transmission, 
an conditioning, electronic igni 
tioh, radio, radlals. 479 0029 after 
5pm. 


1974 VOLKSWAGEN SUPER 
Beetle, green, sand interior, 
sheepskin cover. AM/FM, ra 
dials. 57,000 miles, well main¬ 
tained, 1-owner. $3400 or best 
offer 598 8201 


'74 FIAT 

128 Coupe, 57,000 ml., economi¬ 
cal. $1495. Specialty Motors, 
381-5544, 385-7733. dealer 6033 


73 CHEVELLE — MECHANIC'S 
Special v 8 auto. HT. si 200« 
PALM AUTO WORLO INC, 
386 8385. 3342 Oak St, Dealer 5260 


1973 BUICK. 4 DOOR. HARD 
too, fully loaded including air con¬ 
ditioning. 350 cu In. radial tires, 
beautiful condifIon, $2575. 382 3792 
after 6 


'74 NOVA. 350, HEADERS, 4 
barrel, manifold, custom paint 
and flares, custom interior. L 88 
hood scooo Show car winner. 
$5900 or best offer 479 2841, 


1974 GRAND PRIX, POWER 
sunroof, seats, doorlocks, trunk 
Cruise control plus many more 
options. $2900 or best offer. Phone 
595 7633. 


74 BUICK 350 FOUR BARREL, 8 
track, radials, maos. S4,000miles. 
power steering/power brakes, 
automatic. Offers on $3700. 
478 7107 


. PERFECTLADYSCAR 
73 automatic Flrenza, 4 cylinders, 
great economy, low mlleaoe, new 
tjres. excellent condition, $1400 
477-9893. 


1974 FIAT 124 TC 4 DOOR. 4 
Speed. 35,000 miles. Totally ex¬ 
ceptional $2185 384 1721. 592 3121, 
Sports and Classic Cars. 640 Hill- 
side. Dealer 5433 


1 974 AUSTIN MARINA. 4 
speed, radio. Good condition 
$1585 384 1721, 592-3121. Sports 
and Classic Cars, 640 Hillside 
Dealer S433. 


1974 Z28 CAMARO. POWER 
steering, power brakes. LT-1, 
turbo 350 trans, factory maos with 
radials. tested till January 22 , 
1981, new brakes. 382 6905. 


GOOD ECONOMICAL TRANS 
portation. 1974 Flat 128 sports 
Of 1974 Toyota 1200, best 
0 ff 6 r. 383 2469 


1974 CELICA GT 5-SPEEO, 
must sell quickly, moving to Al¬ 
berta. Asking $3800 Otters wel 
come 388 5428 


1973 MUSTANG MACH I 351. 
new brakes, paint lob, tires (five), 
recently mechanically over¬ 
hauled. $3000. 38^8814. 


74 MAZOA R X 4, POWER 
sleerlno, power brakes, radio, 
luxury Interior, only 47,500 miles, 
asking $1950 384-2136. 


1973 OLOSMOBILE CUTLESS 
Supreme, 2 door coupe, needs 
little body work. $1400. 382 9733 
after 6 pm 


MOVING MUST SELL, 1974 
Honda Civic $2400 !975CamaroT 
root, 4 on the floor, etc. $6500. 
3P6 8435 Of 478 3477 


ISO CMS FM SUE 



'79 CORDOBA 

19.000 Km. balance warranty 


'79 ASPEN 

4 dr, auto, PS $5995 

'78 FAIRMONT 

4 dr, 6 cvl, auto, PS $4995 

'77 Ford 4x4 

V 8 , auto. PS $6950 

'76DART 

6CYl.autOPS $3495 

'76 COLT 

4 dr, auto. 35,000 mile $3495 

76FURY 

Stationwagon v-8 auto, wood 
grain, only 27,000 mi. $4695 


'74 Ford Wgn. 

V -8 auto $2495 

'74 DATSUN WGN 

Auto, only 42,000 ml. $3495 

'74 PINTO 

Run-a-bout.4cyl.auto $2495 

69VALIANT 

2 dr.std. 6 l, 000 ml. $595 

'66 VALIANT 

Signet, 2dr. HT, 6 cvl auto. $1895 

3200 DOUGLAS 
ATCLOVERDALE 
382-2313 

MON. TOFRI.9TIL9 
SAT, 9 TILS. Dealer 5881 


#"\v 

VOLVO 



SS^^BS^SS 

iMCCALLUMf 

MDTXJRS 


79 Volvo 244 DL 
76 Volvo 242 DL 
76 Volvo 244 DL 

74 Volvo 145 
76 Ford Pinto 

75 Mercury Bobcat SW 
69 Ambassador 

79 Volkswagen Rabbit 
78 Dodge Colt 
75Triumph TR6 
73 Datsun610 
72 Volkswagen 411 
71 Toyota Crown 

Plus Many More 


BCAAINSPECTED 
BANKFINANCE 


Call 382-6122 

Corner o» Yates and Cook 
Dealer 5603 


73 MONTEGO. LOW MILEAGE, 
power steering, power brakes, 
clean throughout. $2295 G&L 
Custom Auto Sales, 507 Ellice St 
Dealer 6153. 


CLEAN, 1974 COMET., EXCEL- 
lent condition, 46,000 miles, auto 
trans, power steering, $2900. 
384 9037 


1974 VW SUPER BEETLE, 
well maintained $3200 or best 
offer Must sell bv weekend 
478 7861, 388 9408. 


1974 MONTEGO. 2 DOOR. 48,000 
miles, very good condition Power 
brakes, power steering, $2000 
382-4688 


CONVERTIBLE 

74 Buick LeSabre. every available 
option, showroom condition. 
Otters to $8500 479-0764 


1974 CHEVELLE 2 DOOR 
coupe. 350 automatic, power 
steering, power brakes. $1500. 
382 7683. 


1973 SUBURBAN 454, 9 PASSEN 
ger, sunroof, roof rack. 83,000 
miles, lots of room, good recrea 
tional vehicle. $3,800. 592 0753. 


MUST SELL 73 MUSTANG 
^ Grande, lady driven, reliable. 302 
^engine, new paint, only 59,000 
miles Phone 383 0892 or 383 4242 


1974 T BIRD. 2-TONE. POWER 
steering, power brakes, air, 
stereo, new tires. $4500 or best 
otter. 479 4257, 


73 FIREBIRD FORMULA 400. 4 
speed, clean and fast. $4000 
384 3414. 9-4 weekdays. 477-7866 

■nights. «• 


1973 VENTURA. 2 OOOR. RA- 
dials, new brakes, 55.000 miles, 
excellent condition, $2500 


1973 GRAN TORINO SQUIRE 
statlonwaoon, some power op 
tions. After 5 592-0S35. 


1973 VW412, REBUILT ENGINE, 
gcHJcU^onditlon. Asking $2700. 


73 CORTINA, 47,000 MILES. 
$2000 386-1213. 386-4196 ask for 
Lee 


73 METEOR. POWER STEER 
inp. power brake, radials, 67,000 
miles, $1800. 384 9408 


1974 PLYMOUTH FURY III. 
great^conditlon Asking $2500 


1973 CORTINA L200. 4 DOOR, 
automatic, excellent running con 
ditlon. ji750. 479-6995 after 5pm 


1973 PLYMOUTH SATELLITE, 
immaculate condition, 69,000 
miles. $1450. 383-9355 


1973 CADILLAC ELDORADO, 
very good condition, $4,500. ono 
385-1361 extension 49. 


1973 PINTO SQUIRE WAGON. 4- 
speed, new radials, $1700 or best 
offer 595-7872 after 5pm. 


MAVERICK, V 6 , EXCEL 
Pit condition, recent overhaul. 
*300 Call after 6 pm 382 3804 


74 TOYOTA CORONA STATION 
waoon, only 32,000 miles, one 
owner. 384-213S after 4pm 


1974 ASTRE, 37,000 MILES, 
automatic. $895 386-5313, 242 
Mary Street. 


'73 MAZDA 808 STATION 
Wagon, 48.000 miles, excellent 
condition. $1695. 479 7926. 


'74 TOYOTA SR5, MAGS, HEAD 
er, excellent running condition 
Good shape. $2800. 479-8438. 


1973 MAZOA RX3, STANDARD 4 
speed, no radio. 48,000 miles, ex 
cellent condition, $1,500. 592-0753. 


1973 OLOSMOBILE CUTLASS. 2 
door coupe, very good condition, 
$2100 652-58-49 after 6 pm 


ISO CARS FOR SALE 


PLIMLEY 


JAGUAR — ROVER 
TRIUMPH 

M.G. — MINI — SAAB 

1010 YATES ST. 362*0121 


PLIMLEY'S 
SALE CONTINUES 

79 Pontiac Flrebird$8495 
79 Capri RS A.T. $8495 

78 Spitfire $6995 

78 Ford Fiesta $4695 

78 Chew Nova $5495 

78 Horizon $5395 

77 Cadillac4-dr. $11,595 

77 Cordoba $6295 

77 Pontiac S.J. $6695 

77 Triumph TR7 $6245 

77 Aspen A/T $4895 

76 Dodge Dart $2395 

76 Comet $3695 

76 Volvo S.W. $6995 

76 Ford pickup $3895 

75 Dodge Dart $2195 

75 Mercury S.W. $3695 

74 Fiat $1445 

74 Datsun B210 $2695 

74 Olds 98 $3695 

74 Datsun 260Z $5395 

73 Torino $1695 

73 Toyota S.W. $2695 

73 Pinto S.W. $1995 

73 Datsun S.W. $2695 

THEY ALL 
HAVE TO GO 

MANY MORE 
TOCHOOSE FROM 
DEALE R 5351 


DeVape 



77 Mercedes 300D fully equipped 
with all luxury and power options 
Diesel economy Is the wav to gg 



75 Golden Anniversary Mark IV 
all luxury and power options in¬ 
cluding moonroot, stereo, leath 
er Local automobile. 25,000 pam 
per ed miles. 



78 auto economical 6 cvl.. os. pb. 
12.000 one owner miles, very good 
looking. 

79 LincolnMKV loaded 

78 Lincoln Versailles, loaded 
78 Lincoln Towne Coupe. 12.000 
78 Cordoba, Beautiful — Asnew! 
77 TR7,4-spd.,alr 
77 VolareWgn 6 cvl.auto 
77 Cadillac Seville, loaded 
76 VW Rabbit auto, nice! 

75 Rabbit20,000ml. 

75 CamaroLTl.sidepipes 
74 RollsRovce4dr Gorgeous 
71 Rolls RovceCornlchc convert. 
71 Pinto, auto Nice! 

69 Rolls Rovce4dr Silver Shadow 

Open 8 30-5:30 Closed Sat 

DePAPE MOTORS LTD. 

I ndoors at 779 Pandora 
384-8035 Dealer-5311 


IMMACULATE 1974 CHAL- 
lenoer, 360. automatic with shift 
kit, 36.000 miles, new radial/ TA's, 
$4650, 382-9758. 


1974 CHEVROLET VEGA, 

f ireen, excellent body and in 
erior, good runner, $1100 or near 
721 3129 


EXCELLENT CONDITION. '74 
Datsun B210. new tires, tape, very 
clean In and out $2100 38f9337 


1974, 2 DOOR MERCURY MON 
tego Brougham, original owner, 
$2995 658-5778 


1973 TOYOTA COROLLA, 4 
speed, radio, oood condition. 
$1200. 383-2117. 


SLIGHTLY DAMAGED 1973 
Chev 2 door hardtop, $900 or 
offers 384 8864. 


power steerino. radio. 2 door, 74.- 
000 miles $1600 otoo 478 2583 


'73 MAZOA R X - 3 , MAG 
wheels, two sets of radlals. tape 
deck $1000or best otter. 388-7326 


1973 OLOSMOBILE VISTA 
Cruiser Wagon Best otter After 
6 pm 477-4251. 


1973 MUSTANG FASTBACK. 4 
speed, new paint. $4500 478 1774 


SMALL CAR 

'73 Pinto. $1.650. Oimen. 479-7196 


1974 VOLVO 142GRANDE LUXE, 
one owner, $4.300.658-8784 


1975 • 1976 


LIKE NEW 

1976 Buick LeSabre 4 dr hardtob 
with only 19,000 original miles. 
Well equipped with air condition 
ing, power windows, door locks, 
AM radio with stereo tape. tut 
steering with cruise control and 
much, much more. The perfect 
family car and the perfect car for 
trailer towing. For more Infor¬ 
mation on this one of a kind car 
personally contact MIKE CAS¬ 
TLE at EMPRESS PONTIAC 
BUICK LTD., 382-7121 or Res 
477 1354 Dealer 5701 


LUXURY 

75 Pontiac Grand LeMans 2 dr. 
HT, V 8 auto, P.S, P B. P.W, 
Power seats, air conditioning, 
cruise control, am 8 track stereo, 
radial tires 27,000 ml Asking 
$5495. For further Information 
call 

BRUCE WALKER 

382 6122 or 595-3162, McCallum 
Motors Ltd. Dealer 5603 


ECONOMY 

1976 Volkswaoen Rabbit 2-dr . 
finished in dazzling lemon yellow 
with complementing velour in 
terior. Extra clean unit features 
4 spd . radio, radlals. l00° o Shell 
Car Clinic tested and t eadv to go* 
HOP on down! YATES AUTO 
SALES. 950 Yates Street. 
388 7722. Dealer 5268. 


FLEETWOOD 

CADILLAC 

One of the last big cars, all power 
equipment - A fine car with 50.000 
miles, black In colour. 477 7545 to 
view. 


HONDACIVIC 

752 dr. sedan, auto., radio, winter 
and summer tires, excellent gas 
mileage. $2495 PAINTER 
MOTORS LTO. 3005 Douglas St 
388-6196. 


MUST SELL 1976 EL CAMINO 
Classic, excellent condition, 
AM—FM cassette. CB, air condi¬ 
tioning, power steering, power 
brakes, tilt wheel, camper top. 
$4800 or best offer. 386-2004, 
381-2131. 


76 DODGE DART, 4 DOOR, 
slant 6 , excellent condition, 19,000 
miles, power steerino, power 
brakes, radio, rear defroster, new 
muffler, heavy duty springs, 
extra snow tires, inspected No- 
vember. $4500 383-3655. 592 1009 


SATURDAY, JANUARY 26, 1980 

ISO CMS FOR SUi ISO CMS FM SUi ISO CARS FOR SUE 


Wands 


I CAR CENTRE 

VATES AT QUADRA 

Home Of Canada's 
Top Rated 
Honda Technicians 

Weekend Specials 
Prices in Effect 
Until Monday 
January 29—9p.m. 

'74 Vega SW 

Wasji9« weekend SIS44 

'73 Vega SW 
V 6 engine — Immaculate 
Was $2144 Weekend $1744 

'72 Toyota Crown SW 

The Best of Toyota 
AT, PS — 1 Victoria owner 
Was $2744 Weekend $2344 

'70 Renault R-16 

Was $1144 Weekend $944 

'70 Datsun 1000 

Was $1044 Weekend $844 

BANK FINANCING, 
INSURANCE. 
LICENCE PLATES 
ALL AT OUR ONE STOP 
NEW AND USED CAR CENTRE 

386-6707 

Dealer No. 5668 



MANY OF OUR 
VEHICLES HAVE A 
CROWN SEAL, 

1 YR. WARRANTY ON 
THE POWER TRAIN! 
CHECK OVER THESE 
SELECTED UNITS — 
FOR YOUR OWN 
PEACE OF MIND! 

'79ACAOIAN $4995 

'74 RIVIERA, loaded! $ 499 } 

'75 MONTE CARLO (air) $4895 

'79 DODGE PU. 4x4 $7995 

OPEN 

Mon.-Thurs.,9-9 
Fri.-Sat., 9-6 
2867 Douglas at Topaz 
382-7121 Dealer 5701 


'72 GMC VAN WITH WINDOWS. 
$1800. '74 Buick Station waoon, 
$1295, '73 Torino Station Waoon. 
$1095; '71 Toyota, automatic, 
sedan. $795; '72 Chev hardtop. 
$995. '66 Mercury Station Wagon, 
$395; '64 Olds F85. $395, '68 Cou¬ 
gar. $2195; '72 Ford *.-ton 4- 
speed. $1695, '66 Cadillac Sedan. 
$1195. Super Motors Ltd. 2538 Gov¬ 
ernment. 385-0031, Dealer 5105. 
After hours: 382-1559, 


1975 CHEV BELAIR, 2 DOOR. 
56.000 miles, power brakes, power 
steerino. automatic, radlals 
Offers on $1950. 642-3149 after 
5:30pm 


1976 DATSUN B210 HATCH- 
back. 4 speed, 39.000 miles im¬ 
maculate. $3150. 384 1721. 
592 3121. Sports and Classic Cars. 
640 Hillside. Dealer 5433 


1976 MG MIDGET, ONLY 37,000 
miles, very economical on oas 
Must be seen to be appreciated 
Reasonable price. Phone 479-8179, 
after 5 pm. 


1976 CELICA HATCHBACK. 29. 
000 miles. 5-speed, very oood con¬ 
dition Asking $5800 Phone Satur 
day between 12-4, anytime after 
10am Sunday, 598-8396. 


XR7-$3300 

75 Cougar, tow mlleaoe, excel- 
leot condition 478 9406 


1975 CAMARO RS LT 4 SPEED, 
custom paint, clean inside, mags, 
new tires, tilt steering, only 42.000 
... 479 0353. 


miles $5500. Dave 4 


'76 XR 7 COUGAR, LOW MILE 
age. excellent condition In- 
side'out. Asking $4700 or best 
offer 381-5788 


76 FORD TORINO SE. 25.000 
miles, power steering, power 
brakes. 351 V 8 , A-l condition, ask 
mg $3900 Phone 383-6387 


1976 RED FIREtflRD. MAGS, 
headers, dual exhaust, 350 enoine. 
$5,500 or best offer. 477-9408, 
383 4359, 384 7392 


1976CELICAGT5SPEED.GOOD 
condition, mags wheels, new snow 
tires $6500 firm. 382 6064 anytime 
after 4pm. 


MUST SELL. 1975 TOYOTA CE- 
lica. 2 nd owner, low mileage, ex¬ 
cellent shape, must be seen. 
592 5405 


75MALIBU CLASSIC HARDTOP. 
35,000 miles, automatic, power 
steerino, new condition. $3200. 
384 3489 


LADY DRIVEN 1976 FIREBIRD 
Esprit. 350 automatic. 20.000 
miles, excellent condition $5700. 
Mike 383-4986. 477 6490 


'75 CUTLASS SUPREME. 32.000 
miles, with air. Excellent condi- 
tion. Asking $3790 478-0573 


76MATADOR, FULLY LOADED, 
low mlleaoe Sell or trade for 
pick up 382-9685 


1976 DATSUN B210. 4 DOOR, EX 
cellent condition. 43,000 miles, 
asking $3395 642-5144. 


1975 MERCURY MONTEGO MX 
waoon Top condition. All power 
656-254^ 656-2844 


1976 CORDOBA, FACTORY AIR 
and cruise, excellent condition. 
Asking $4900. 385 5709, 


1975PINTO2 DOOR HARDTOP. 4 
speed, 2300CC Best otter Phone 


1976 CADILLAC ELDORADO, 
low mlleaoe. excellent condition, 
most options $8500 592-6075 


76 FIREBIRD, IMMACULATE 
cohdltion. 7.000 miles. $5900. 
656-7786. 


1975 AMC PACER. 44,000 MILES, 
excellent shape $4400 or otters. 
386-6200. 


MUST SELL 1975 TOYOTA 
Corolla 1600. 58.000 miles. Asking 
$1600 592 1915 


76 BOBCAT HATCHBACK, V 6 , 
sunroof, mags, deluxe interior, 
$3250 or best offer. 478-5497 


'75 CIVIC AUTOMATIC. GOOD 
condition, recently tested. 49,000 
$2,900 4 79 QQ19 


1975 TORINO WAGON. AUTO- 
matic, radials. snow tires, radio. 
Otters 658 8106 


1975 VEGA, AUTOMATIC, 39.500 
miles, oood condition. $2000 or 
best otter. 388 4506 after 5pm 


1976 TRANS AM. 454-4SPEED. 
35,000 miles, excellent condition 
$6,900. 652-9312. anytime 


76 SILVER DODGE CORONET 
wagon, 54,000 miles, excellent 
condition $3695 652-1649 


75 BUICK SKYHAWK, 42.000 
miles, $2800. 386-4035. 


EDWARD 

MOTORS LTO. 


(Formerly Brian Holly Motors) 

All New 


m 


(Lowest Priced 4-wheel 
drive automobile on the 
market) 

‘LANDEOVICTORIA 


EDWARD 

MOTORS LTD. 


3319 Douglas 
(Opposite ICBC) 
Dealer 6005 384-116) 



"ONEWORD. . 
"BEAUTIFUL" 
Describes These 

75 Merc Marquis $2695 
'75CougarXR7 $4995 

75 Chev Caprice $3995 

76 Pont GrandPrlx $5495 

76 Chrys Cordoba. $5995 
76 Datsun 710 $4495 

76 Ford LTD Wagon 

$4695 

'77 Buick Skylark $5295 
COME LOOK, 

AND COMPARE, 

'THE SUPER LOT' 

REGMIDGLEY 
MOTORS LTD. 
Douglas at Cloverdale 
385-8756 

Open8:30to8:30 
Dealer Lie 5186 


r 

bes Carr's 

SAI t s ♦ [.LASING LID. 


Victoria's 
Largest Indoor 
Showroom 
featuring 

The Finest Selection 
of Pre Owned. 
Automobiles 

79 280ZXGT $12,788 

78 Dodge Colt $4388 

77 Honda Civic $3988 

76 LeMa ns Spt. $4488 

76 Honda Civ SW $3988 

74 Pont. Ventura $3288 

74 Torino SQ S.W. $2888 

74Galaxie500 $2888 

74 Cadillac SDV $6688 

385-4444 

24MONTH WARRANTY 
MOST CARSBCAAINSPECTED 
SCOTIA PLAN FINANCING 

854 Pandora at Quadra 

ParkinglnRear Dealer 6690 


1 OWNER 
Montego Waoon 

Excellent 1975 Montego MX 
waoon. Power steerino. power 
brakes. 3rd seat, roof rack, etc 
Local car, $2995 trades consider¬ 
ed^? 4368 


1976 DATSUN 710, 2 OOOR, 
hardtop, on road only 12 months, 
engine lust broke in. 13.000 miles, 
manvextras. TA radials on mags, 
cloth interior, special paint and 
accent stripes A must see $5500 
or best offer. 478-5404 


1976 CAPRICE LANDEAU, 2 
door hard top. loaded, low mile¬ 
age, as new. For information 
phone 595-3185 anytime after 6 pm 
weekdays or after 10 am week 
ends. 


76 4 DOOR BUICK REGAL. AIR 
conditioning andfnore. Asking 
$4995. Bridge Street Motors. 2614 
Bridge St. 388-5714. 652-4244. 
Dealer 5161 


1975 CHEVROLET VEGA GT 
green Hatchback with new tires. 
Tested 'til November '80 Needs 
little work. Must sell. $1100. 
38? 2838 


1976 COUGAR XR7, METALLIC 
green, vinyl roof, power equipped, 
mao wheels, under 24,000 miles, 
perfect, clean condition. Otters to 
$5200 658-8079. 


SPORTY, ECONOMICAL, 76 
Capri, 2300 4 cylinder, radials. 
snow tires, cassette deck, excel 
lent condition, S3600 or best offer. 
479-5974 


75 VALIANT CUSTOM 4 DOOR, 
slant 6 . automatic, power steer¬ 
ing. Excellent condition Esso 
Clinic Analysis report. $2975. 
592-1087 


1977 - 1978 


"A DIAMOND" 

1977 Thunderblrd coupe Only 16,- 
000 miles. White with burgandy 
landau roof and rich velour in¬ 
terior. This one owner showroom 
condition car is another exclusive 
with CHARLIE PETERSON at 
Empress Pontiac Buick GMC 
Ltd 382-7121 or res. 592-0458. 
Dealer 5701 


ONE OF KIND 
78 Volare with factory T. Bar 
roof, 318, automatic, ‘bucket 
seats, 12.000 miles. 1 owner car. 
For personal service sec MAR 
TIN CUMMINGS. 382 7121 or 
477-8476 Empress Pontiac Buick 
GMC Ltd Dealer 5701 


78 FORD FAIRMONT STATION- 
waoon, 35,000 miles, silver, power 
steering, power brakes. 6 cylin¬ 
der, rear window defrost and 
wiper, oobd condition. Can be seen 
at 3150 Jutland Road after 5pm 
and all weekend. $3900 firm. 
382 4449 


1978CHEVROLET IMPALA Ex¬ 
cellent condition. Only 15,000 
miles. 25 MPG Hwv. 305 cu in 
engine, air conditioning, power 
steering, power brakes. AM/FM 
radio, 8 Michelin radials. $5800 
After 5 pm. 595-4350 * 


78 CAMARO. 350-4SPEED, 18,000 
miles, showroom condition. Front 
and rear spoilers and many 
extras $600 Marantz AM—FM 
cassette stereo. $7500 or nearest 
otter. 656-5819. 


'three 

POINT 


79 DATSUN 
210 4-DOOR 

Automatic, radio, side 
mouldings. 

$4,995 

77 Dodge Aspen $4,795 

77 Honda Civic $3,595 

75 Merc Comet $3,695 

73 Datsun 610 $2,795 

67 Cadillac $2,995 

OPEN 'TIL6P.M. 

Government 

at 

Hillside 

385-6737 

Dealer 5053 


Every Used Car 

CARRIESA 

METRO HONDA 
WARRANTY!! 

Every Used Car 

GOESTHRU THE 

ESSO CAR 
CLINIC!!! 


MET. HONDA 
****1366**** 

388-6921 

(NEXTTOTHEARENA) 

2151 Blanshard 

Dealer 5876 



Good or Bad 

WHOCARES 
WE FINANCE, 
NOCO-SIGNERS 

Let us help re establish your 
credit Separated, divorced, old- 
aoe pensioner, single male or fe¬ 
male You Qualify. Buy and pay 
at same location. Cars from $150 
down and payments as low as $10 
weekly 

CHARGEX ACCEPTED 

Instant 

"NO-RED-TAPE" 

CREDIT 

Walk In, Drive Out 

334? Oak St_386-8385 


1978 COLONY PARK WAGON, 
automatic. Power steering, 
brakes and windows Air condi¬ 
tioning. Many extras 26,000 
miles $7900 or best offer. 
479 9860 


77 MONTE CARLO, AUTO- 
matte, power steering, power 
brakes, new paint lob and custom 
pm striping, $5400 38? 4615 after 
6pm 


1978 DATSUN B210, 8 MONTHS 
guarantee, 4 door, tinted win 
dows, reclinino seats. Fabric in¬ 
terior, 12.000 miles, immaculate 
$4,300 652-5849 


1978 DODGE OMNI. APPROXI- 
mately 31,000 miles, 4 speed sfan 
dard, like new $4350 or best otter 
Ask for Bud, 658-5421. Res. 
388 9784 


78 COUGAR XR7, 19.000 MILES 
Sell or Lease. Bridge Street 
Motors 2614 Bridge St 388-5714 
652-4244 Dealer 5161 


1978 BUICK SKYHAWK, 15,000 
miles, V6, automatic, power 
steerino, tilt steering. $5,000 or 
best otter After 5:30pm 656-7355 


78 GRAND PRIX L J 
Luxurious, power windows, air 
conditioning, stereo. 301. many 
extras $7S00otters. 479-7811 


1978 ASPEN SE WAGON, 318 
automatic, power steerino, power 
brakes. Chrome roof racks, 36,000 
km, $5600 384-9047, 


1978 DATSUN B210. LOW MILE- 
aoc. good gas mileage, auto¬ 
matic Open to offers Call after 6. 
595^3633 


1977 RABBIT DELUXE, 2 DOOR, 
automatic, tinted olass. sunroof, 
leatherette. 8600 miles $6195 
385-9717 after 6 pm 


1977 GRAND PRIX. SILVER 
and black, fully loaded, sunroof, 
low mileage. $6500 or best otter 
Phone after 7pm, 478-919? 


1978 TOYOTA CELICA GT, LIFT 
back. Excellent condition. One 
owner. $6900 or otters 384 4285, 7 
pm. 


1978 GTS ARROW, ICfeC WRITE 
oft, needs complete nose section, 
8000 kms. $990 firm. 4 6pm. 
383-3859 


1978 TRANSAM TA 6 6, 4 SPEED 
8 track, black on black $8,500 
384 2313 days ask for Frank. 


78 BLACK CELICA LIFTBACK.! 
speed, excellent condition. Asking 
$6300.721 5075 after 3pm 


77 BLACK TRANS AM, T-ROOF 
$6,500or otters Can be seen at 67C 
Beaver Lake Rd 479-7653 


CLEAN GOLD. 77 MAZOA GLC, 
42,000 miles. Asking $3695. Call 
592 3151 after 2pm. 


77 LINCOLN TOWNE COUPE 
Executive driven. Excellent con¬ 
dition, $10,500 474-2666 


1977 PINTO HATCHBACK, 
automatic, radio, new tires. 36.00C 
miles. $2800. 478-9497 after 6pm 


1978 GRANADA GHIA, LOW 
mHea^ge. $5,200 or best offer. 


1977 CAMARO LT, ONE OWNE R, 
33,000 miles, no reasonable otter 
refused 47B-0574 


78 BROWN HONDA ACCORD 
Hatchback, $6000 or best otter. 


77 GOLD CIVIC HONDAMATIC. 
30.000 miles, excellent condition. 
595-5846 or 388 6304 


1978 HONDA CIVIC. 21.00C 
miles. Immaculate $1950 
478 3871. 


1977 CME.VY NOVA. 6 AUTO 

matic. radials. spotless. 26,000 
miles. 384 2208 


1977 RE NAULT 5, GOOD CONDI 
tion $2800or best otter. 382-3571 or 
477 3845. 


1977 T BIRO. AUTOMATIC, 
power steering, power brakes. 38, 
000 miles. $5000. 477-8521. 


77*PONT I AC LEMANS, PER 
feet condition Phone 479 5324. 


1978 HONDA CIVIC H.B, A T. TO 
fit mounted tires $4200 656-1321 


ISO CMS FM SUE 


GAJ JAVER SALE 

79MUSTANG4cvl. automatic 
78 AUDI Fox, automatic 
78 PINTO hatchback, 4 speed 
78 HONDA Accord 5 speed 
78 MAZOA 929 wagon, auto. 
77TOYOTA Pickup and camper 
77 MAZDA GLC hatchback 
77 HONDACIvIc H/B, sunroof 
77 VOLARE sedan6cylinder auto 
75 PINTO waoon automatic, P.S. 
73 DODGE Swlnoer 
73 MAZDA wagon, auto. 

72 C E LIC A coupe 4 speed 
71 TO YOTA Corolla 
71 MAZDA 1800 sedan 
69 FALCON automatic 

7 DAY MONEY BACK 
GUARANTEE 

[pacific] 


PEUGEOT 


385-145) Dealer 5253 

Blanshard at Johnson 


B. 


MOTORS LTD. 

79 MUSTANG, 4 cvl AT $5595. 

78 DATSUN §210 At $4495 

78 FAIRMONT 6auto $4995 

76 HONDA SW $3695. 

75 COR DO BA, loaded $4495. 

75 MAVE RICK, 6auto. $3495 

74 MAVERICK. 6 auto. $3395. 

74CHARGER. iowmileaoe $3495. 
74CHEV IMPALA, 4dr. HT $2895 
74 PINTO Souire wgn AT $2595 

71 VOLKSWAGEN 411 $1795. 

71 TR6 Roadster $3495 

71 MONTEGO SW $1495 

69 DART, 6 AT, 2 dr. HT $1795. 

67 BUICK Skylark convert. $1695. 

PLUS A GOOD SELECTION 
OF TRUCKS AND VANS 

2691 SOOKE RD. (Glen Lake) 
478 SOI)_Dealer 5450 


TWO DOOR 1978 DATSUN 
Hatchback 479 2924 


1977 HONDA CIVIC, GOOD CON 
dltion Best offer 595 8656. 


'70VOLVOGL4 DOOR 5 SPEED, 
perfect condition S9? 1807 


1979- 1980 


SUPER DEAL 
This popular size 1979 Malibu 
Classic Estate Wagon is super 
clean. Approx. 7000 miles and 
well equipped with economical 

760 CII^ T \/W T anln tran t_ uirmrt 

orain roof rack arib much more. 
Priced hundreds below replace 
ment cost. For more Info on this 
desirable family car personally 
contact MIKE CASTLE at EM¬ 
PRESS PONTIAC BUICK LTD , 
38? 7121 or res. 477-1354 Dealer 
5701. 


KARLKUESTER 

EXCLUSIVES 

1979 Acadian 4 Dr. Red $4995 
1979 Acadian 2 Dr. Beige $4995 
1979 Acadian 2 Dr Green $4995 
These units are automatic with 
remaining new warrantys. 
Please phone for more informa 
tion: EMPRESS PONTIAC 
BUICK LTD.. 382-7121, Res. 
477 5798. Dealer 5701 


1979 MUSTANG 2.3 LITRE, 4 
cvl., auto., radio, ps. 35,000km . 

$4995 

1979 LTD wagon, Country Souire, 
auto. 302 V8. radio, ps, pb. 25.000 
km. $6795 

HERTZ RENT ACAR 
D'vis>on Of Howbar Leasing 
388 4411 OPEN 7 DAYS WK 
Oealers License «6499 


"The Price Is Right" 

1979 Grand LeMans coupe with 
bucket seats, automatic with con¬ 
sole shift "Another exclusive 
with CHARLIE PETERSON" at 
Empress Pontiac Buick GMC 
Ltd 382 7121 or res 592 0458. 
Dealer 5701. 


1979 RABBIT. 5 SPEEO. EXCEL 
lent condition with 7300 km Beige, 
2 door, with brown leatherette 
upholstery, many extras include 
sunroof, vented windows, rear 
window defroster, rear window 
washer wiper. $7900. 658 1037 


DEMONSTRATOR. 79 MONTE 
Carlo, 6,000 miles, balance of fac¬ 
tory warranty. Sell or Lease. 
Bridge Street MoTbrs. 2614 Br idge 
St 388 5714 652 4244 Dealer 5161 


1979 AUDI 5000S 

5 speed, 12.500 km. 592 2494 or 
477-0056, after 4 and weekends. 


SILVER ANNIVERSARY LIM 
ited Edition Trans Am, over 40 
options 3.000 km Accepting 
offers Phone 383 7081. 


1980 PONTIAC PHOENIX'LJ. 
front wheel drive, many options. 
6,000kms $7500 Replacement 
cost $8500 479 7782 


1979 COUGAR XR7. V8. AUTO- 
matlc. power steering, power 
brakes, air conditioning. 474 1039 
after 6pm 


1979 RABBIT DIESEL 4 DOOR 
custom, 19,000 km radio Re 
placement cost $8300 Asking 
$7700 firm 658-1145. 


1980 CAPRI TURBO RS, 
equipped with all factory options, 
black with red leather interior. 
$8950 598 4936 


79 PONTIAC GRAND AM, 1500 
krn, 9 months on warrenty, 4 door. 
30). many options 388-9577 


Rally wheels, gauges! low mile 
age $4995.474 2054 


SAVE $1200 

79 Pinto waoonette. 6000 miles, 
like new, fully equipped 595-8278 


1980 BUICK SKYLARK, 5,000 KM. 
$7000, Phone after S, 383-3409. 


151 SPORT, IMPORT CARS 


a 


K 

$ anna 

capital city auto 


FIAT 


BMW 

1980 BMW 3201. Selection in slock. 
5 speed, sun roof, E.P.A 
rated at 8.1 L/100 km (35 
MPG) Price incl. dealer ser 
vice. FROM $14,595 

1979 528i, auto., anthracite orev 
met. stereo cassette, air 
cohd., 6,000 klm., full war 
ranty 1980 replacement cost. 
$24,200 NOW $??,60C 

1979 320i, reseda green, sun roof. 
AM/FM stereo radio, 6.00C 
km, 9 mo. warranty, 198C 
repl. cost $15,375. NOW 

513.2SC 

1975 BMW 5301, aut. anthracite 
orev met., stereo cassette, air 
cond , full service history 
GOOD VALUE. CHOICE OF 
TWO. $10,795 

1974 BMW 2002 Til, silver, mac 
wheels, only 41,000 miles. 

Oit , uI' r, * c ’ car G S°«5 

1974 2002, auto . in red, sunroof 
37.000 mi. ONLY $6,50C 

1750GOVERNMENT ST. 

386-7508 Dealer 5066 


OLDER VOLVOS WANTED, 
any condition Martyn, 478-2491. 


77 280Z, EXCELLENT CONDI 
tion, $7500 or best offer 382-9281 


72 240Z MANY EXTRAS. MUST 
be seen $5450 595-1723 


1971 TR6. $5500 OR BEST 
Offers 7866 


151 SPORT, IMPORT CARS 


Coupe 
■ with 


VOLVO M 

New 1979 Luxury Bertone G 

finished In metallic silver _ 

hand-stitched leather interior, 
accented with Burl Walnut Fuel 
injected V-6 engine automatic, 
power assisted steering and 4 
wheel disc brakes. Cruise control, 
power windows and outside mir¬ 
rors. AM/FM cassette sterec 
with power antenna. European 
aroe rectangular Quartz Cible 
lights, permashlned Car must be 
seen to be appreciated — current 
lv in our showroom, at 3319 Douo 
las St. EDWARD MOTORS LTD 
(formerly Brian Holley Motors) 
384-116) Dealer 6605. 

1979 List Price $20,595 

SALE PRICE SI 7,995 

450 SLC 

1973 Mercedes Benz, sunshine 
roof, stereo, excellent conditior 
throughout, 80,000 miles Recent 
Iv appraised Best otter 381-5567. 


1979 FIAT 

128, 4 door sedan, low mileage 
immaculate AM/FM cassette 
metallic paint and many extras! 
$4600 Call 479 0523after 5:30 


1976 BMW 2002. EXCELLENT 
condition, sunroof, am/fm cas 
sette. snow tires on seoerate rims 
dealer serviced, garage kept 
$8000 or offers Phone 598-78)8 for 
appointment to view. 


75 SAAB HATCHBACK, WINTER 
radial studs, front wheel drive 
tapedeck. recent tune-up. new 
clutch, muffler and more Excel 
lent condition, $5500 or best otter 
658 8380. 


1976 VOLVO 264 GL, METALLIC 
bjue Leather Interior. air-Condi 
tionlng. electr icwmdows 
sunroof, only 19.000 miles. $8,995 
Call Mike 9-5, 478-9552 or after 
6pm 112 743 4420. 


68 SUNBEAM ALPINE SERIES 
V. new soft top. no dents, new 
engine and trans. 2 excellent 
spare motors, needs finishing 
$1000 595-3394 


'76 MGB. NEW FRONT END. 
new paint. Excellent condition 
Two studded snow tires on rims. 
Pirelli's. $4300. 112 743-4875. after 


1979 HONDA PRELUDE 
black. Electric moon roof, 12, 
000km., still under warranty 
$7600 642 4840 


1978 MGB MARK IV CONVERT 
ible, brown with beige Interior, 
immaculate condition. 8,000 km, 

$6500 firm 595 0791. 


'69 COUGAR CONVERTIBLE 
excellent condition, new top Low 
miles. Asking $3000 or best offer 
479 6078 


'75 FIAT SPYDER CONVERT 
ible,48,000miles. Excellent condi 
tion New paint and roof $5200 or 
.best offer. 384 7067 


1975 TR7, GOOD CONDITION 
Low mileage $5000 or best oFer 
Before 3, 385-9105. after 4 
477 1821. ask for Mark 


75 SAAB EMS 

Test drive our Super Saab. Excel¬ 
lent condition. Otters on $6000 
477-1294. 


1966 VOLVO STATIONWAGON. 
excellent condition, $2,300 
112 746-6175 days, 112-748 8664 
evenings Keith 


1979 FIAT SPYDER. AUTO 

matic. Ivory colour, only 4500kilo 
meters, $10,500 or best offer 
11? 435 4034 


73 FIREBIRD FORMULA 400. 4 
speed, clean and fast, $4000 
384 3414, 9 4 weekdays. 477 7864 
nights 


'71 240 Z. AUTOMATIC. 53.00C 
miles, no rust, mag wheels, new 
brakes, excellent condition. $3200. 
743-4653, Mill Bay 


1973 CELICA ST. 57.000 MILES. 
1800. 4 speed. Michelin X. mags. 
34 MPG's. excellent condition, 
$2500 firm 64? 4398. 


1970 240Z DATSUN. EXCEL 
tent mechanical and body. Offers 
386-3451 between 4 12pm Saturday 
and Sunday. 


1976 TRIUMPH TR7. EXCEL- 
lent condition. 17.000 kilometers 
$5.900 or best offer. 642 5447 


1971 DATSUN 240Z. 53.00C 
miles, good condition. $3500 
112-743-4653 


1966 JAGUAR 3.8S, REBUILT 
engine, excellent condition $ 6 , 80 C 
OBO. 287-9746. 


77 CORVETTE L82 AUTO, 
loaded, showroom condition 
Phone 478-0815 » 


68 SPITFIRE, GOOD SHAPE, 
convertible hardtop, pale yellow. 
$1800 View at 844 Dunsmuir 


1970 JAGUAR 4.2 XJ. 4 DOOR, 
leather interior, mechanically 
sound. $7000 385-08?) 


1970 BMW 2800. AUTOMATIC 
Low mileage, excellent condition 
$4800 479 7485. 


74 BMW 200? Til. EXCELLENT 
condition, extras, low mileage 
64? 3152 or 383-6931 


1973 MERCEDES 450 SL — SIL 
ver — approx 60,000 miles — Call 
after 6 p m. — 479 4670 


67 DATSUN 1600 SPORTS, RE 
cent rebuild, needs body work 
Best otter 386 6105 


1972 BMW 2002. EXCELLENT 
condition, $3000 or best offer 
592 5285 


'6? MERCEDES 220, 4 DOOR 
standard, good condition, radials 
$2500 656 2360. 


1978 TRANS AM. BLACK. 23,000 
kilometers. $6300 478-8957. 
5- 7pm. 


1969 PEUGEOT WAGON, GOOD 
running condition. Evenings be 
fore 8pm, 598-65)2. 


68 FIAT 850 SPORT. REBUILT 
engine. $500 or best offer. 
598-7015. 


67 TRfUMPH 1300, AS IS, NEEDS 
work Otters 478 2)15. 


1976 TR7, EXCELLENT CONOI 
tion, only $4950 4 79-8874 


FOR SALE, 1959 MGA, $4000 
firm 382 9079 ask for Kim. 


1974 DATSUN 260Z. WELL 
maintained. $5400 479-0244 


154 TRUCKS, BUSES 
AND VANS 


1974 FORD HALF TON PICKUP, 
explorer package, custom ford 
canopy, air shocks, low mileage 
Mint condition. $4800 firm. 


TWO '69 FORDS *4-T- F250, 
auto trans, radio, ps, pb. new front 
tires on the clean one al $2250. 
aveo tires on the beater at $750 
478-8361 or 59? 133). 


72 GMC VAN, GOOD CONDI 
tion. 6cyl, auto. ps. pb, mags. FM 
stereo/tape. Insulation, carpet- 
Ina Excellent for camping. Must 
sell. 479 7006. 


1 974 DATSUN* PICKUP. 4 
speed, maos, new radial tires, 61,- 
000 miles. Panelled and carpetted 
canopy, good condition. $3200 or 
best otter 384-6283 


1973 TOYOTA PICKUP. CLEAN. 
Runs well. Clearance price $1785. 
384-1721, 592 3121, Sports and 
Classic Cars. 640 Hillside Dealer 
5433. 


1975 FORD 250 WITH STAN- 
dard transmission and canopy, 
needs some bodywork, mecham 
cally good. $2200. 6S2-S517 or 
652-2704. 


56 FORD '/j-TON. 390, C-6, POSI 
track, power steerina, tilt wheel, 
tilt front, console, all new parts 
No rust. Needs body work. $1300 
or best otter. 592 6550 


LINDEN TANDEM AXLE 
deck, complete with hydraulic 
dump, 22’ deck, all attachments, 
sell new $7500. Asking $3750. 
386-8435 or 478-3477 


70 FORD BOOGIE VAN 
6 cvl, auto., 41,000 mile, excep¬ 
tionally good condition SPE¬ 
CIALTY MOTORS 381-5544. 
385 7733 Dealer 6033 


1976 FORD V,* TON. 6 CYLIN 
der. canoov. auto, power steering. 
AM/FM, rust proofed, radials, 
snows. A-l condition. $3800. 
595 5849 


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154 TRUCKS, BUSES 
AND VANS 



i 



THE HOME OF 
LINCOLN 

MARQUIS, COUGAR, 
XR7, ZEPHYR, 
CAPRI, BOBCAT, 
FORDTRUCKS 

LEI'S 60 


LAST OF THE 
79s 



on remaining stock 


ONLY 1 LEFT! 

STOCK 9 763 

79 F250, V8, AT, PS, PB, 
radio, 2 tanks, tilt 
wheel etc. 


SAVE $2200.30 

ONLY 2LEFT! . 

STOCK V-422 

79 Econo 250 Super 

SOLD 

tom trim, etc. 

Was $10,013.40 Now $8555 
SAVE $1458.40 

STOCK 9-738 

79 Econo 250 Cargo Van. 
302, V8, AT, PS, PB, 
Radio, etc. 

WAS $8990.80 NOW $7745 
SAVE $1245.80 

ONLY 2 LEFT! 

STOCK 9 4J? 

79 F150 Ranger. Gauges, 
'Traction Lok' AT, 
351, V8, tilt wheel, 2 
tanks, 2 batteries, 
rear step bumper, etc. 
Was$10,268.70 Now$8505 
SAVE $1763.70 
STOCK 9 803 

79 F150 Ranger. 351 V8, 
AT, PS, PB, Till 
wheel, etc. 

WAS $9795 NOW $8095 
SAVE $1700 

ONLY 1 LEFT! 

STOCK 9-829 

79 F150 Ranger, 4x4, V8, 
AT, PS, PB, tilt wheel, 
2 tanks, cooling pkg., 
r^ar bumper, etc. 
Was$12,035.80 Now$9895 
SAVE $2140.80 

ONLY 1 LEFT! 

STOCK 9 683 

79 Bronco Ranger, XLT, 
400 V8, AT, PS, PB, 

SOLD 

cap. fuel tank, rear seat, 
aux. oil cooler, etc. 
Was $13,356.10 
Now $11,295 
SAVE $2061.10 

-PLUS- 

HUGE SELECTION OF 
1980 MODELS ON 
DISPLAY — 
ALLCLEARLY 
PRICE TAGGED! 

TRADES WELCOME 

ON THE SPOT 
APPRAISALS 

BANK OR FMCC 
FINANCE,O.A.C. 

IMMEDIATE 

DELIVERY 

SUBURBAN MOTORS 
3377 Douglas 386-6131 

Dealer 5528 

1965 GMC MOBILE HOME TOW 
Ing truck, fully equipped with 
year round contract Will take 
1 j-ton pickup in trade. $6000 
385-0641. 


1975 20 SERIES CHEV CAMPER 
Special. Twin tanks, batteries, 
stereo, white mags, radials, 12 
bolt positraction, slider window, 
more. $4250. Offers. 656-6806 


SAVE $1000 OVER COST ONLY 
4000 miles, 1979 4x4 Toyota pickup 
short box, extras $7500 firm Un 
finished overhead canopy avail¬ 
able 478 8784 


'70 FORD VAN 

302 auto, new tires. $1675. PALM 
AUTO WORLD INC . 386 8385. 
334? Oak St Dealer 5260 


73 Toyota land cruiser. 4 

door, 4x4. bio tires and winch 
$3900 accept picku 
656-3677. 


es and > 

dtl 


76 1 TON CHEV WRECKER. 
Sell or Lease Bridge Street 
Motors. 2614 Bridge St. 388 5714. 
652 4244. Dealer 5161 


1972 DODGE VAN, PB. STEREO 
cassette, carpeted, insulated, 
good condition, $2000 or best offer 
After 5pm 38? 5048 


72 CHEV V* TON PICKUP, 6 
cylinder, 3 speed. Just tested, 
oood condition $2300. Phone 
6S2-4273. 


1968 GMC SCHOOL BUS. Ex¬ 
cellent condition S6ats removed. 
$2,750. or will tjade for piano, 
motorcycle, boat or ? 656 5494. 


FOR SALE. 1976 KENWORTH 
8V71 RT015, 38 rear end. wet kit, 
16'6" Nahani, 1978 KniQht Pony. 
749 3994 


1978 GMC SUBURBAN SIERRA 
Grande. 9 passenoer. many op¬ 
tions, only 12,000km, immaculate. 
$9 100 382 8640 










































































































































































































































































































































































C-8 

1S4 TRUCKS, BUSES 
AND VANS 



SI/01//T0/7/7 


THE HOME OF 
LINCOLN 

MARQUIS, COUGAR, 
XR7, ZEPHYR, 
CAPRI, BOBCAT, 
FORD TRUCKS 


OF USED 
TRUCKS 


NO REASONABLE 
OFFER REFUSED) 

79 CHEV 4x4, V8, 4-spd., 
P/S, P/B, radio. $8495 

79 Chev '/j-ton. V8, A/T, 
P/S, P/B, radio. $6495 

78 F250 4x4. V8, A/T, 
P/S, P/B, radio. $7495 

77 Ford F250. V8, A/T, 
P/S, P/B, radio, air 
cond.etc. $5995 

77 Ford Econo Van. Win¬ 
dows, back seat, lined, 
cap't. chairs, V8, A/T, 
P/S, P/B, radio. $6995 

77 Ford F250. V8, A/T, 
P/S, P/B, radio. $4895 

76 Ford F250. V8, 4-spd., 
P/S, P/B, radio. $4495 

75 Ford F250, Super Cab 
and 8' Alaskan Camp¬ 
er. V8, A/T, P/S, P/B, 
radio. $5495 

75 Ford F250. V8, A/T, 
P/S, P/B, radio. $3695 

71 Ford F250 Grew Cab. 
V8, A/T, P/S, P/B 

$1495 

67 Dodge Van. V8, std., 

radio. $1495 

MANY MORE 
TO CHOOSE FROM! 

ON THE SPOT 
FINANCE! 

TRADESWELCOME! 

BANK OR FMCC 
FINANCE! 

SUBURBAN MOTORS 

3377 Douglas 386-6131 

Dealer 5538 


w 


Fleet Updating" 

Professionally Maintained Deliv¬ 
ery and Sales Vehicles. New units 
on order 

78 DATSUN 1 /T Sport Truck 
Goan, low mileage $5400 

77CADILLAC Detlcgancc 
? dr , all extras St 0,?00 

77GMC4X4 >4 Ton 
Delux model, loaded $6800 

7?CHEV I TonC&C 
Duals, V 8 . P S . P B , $4500 

7? TOYOTA'j Ton 
Mechanically good. $1800 

Contact Ken Mickelberry, Mqr 
OLD COUNT R Y RENTALS 
~ 386)371 


v 2 ton pickup 

1977 CMC long wheelbase, Fleet 
side, approx 22,000 miles, auto 
trans. radio. 6 cyt. engine For 
information and viewing this low 
mileage truck contact BARRY 
FOSS exclusively at 382 7121 or 
res 595-6703 EMPRESS PON 
TIAC BUICK GMC LTD Dealer 
5701 


PRACTICAL BUY 

1976 Dodge P U. W ton in super 
shape, 31,000. 8 automatic, p.s., 
p b , blue. It even has our Crown 
Seal warranty Call Alec Bogusz 
at 38? 7121 or 477 1575 EMPRESS 
PONTIAC PONTIAC BUICK. 
Dealer 5701_ r 

MUST SELL ONE 74 FORDCUS 
tom J 4 , power steering, power 
brakes, front end and engine re¬ 
built, excellent condition with 
canopy, $2900 77 Ford Custom 
4x4. power steering, power 
brakes, dual tanWs^prional 40 
channel CB radto arvd power 
winch $6900 658 5806 

19771 ORDCOURIER PICKUP. 4 
cylinder, 4 speed. $2995 Govern¬ 
ment tested 1975 Dodoe 1 ton van, 
vs. auto, ps, $2995. Government 
tested 

GEORGE ENG TRUCK SALES 
Dealer * 5166 

2810A Rock Bay Ave 385 3054 


72 BOOGIE VAN 
F ord Econollne 200, spoiler, fend¬ 
er flares, maos, C -6 auto, head¬ 
ers, 8 track stereo 
SPECIALTY MOTORS, 381-5544, 
385 7733. Dealer 6033 


CHEV BLAZER 4X4, AUTO- 
matic, power steering, power 
brakes, tilt wheel, headers, 
acrylic paint, roll bar, FM 8 - 
track, Goodrich radials on 8 spoke 
chrome rims, asking $6000 Call 
595 4143 (wk) or 386 5260 


1974 CHEV VAN, V 8 AUTO- 
matic, visor, flares, scoop, 
sunroof, diamond tuck leather 
and velour interior. 4 speaker 
cassette am/fm with booster 
equalizer Bed, bar, icebox, etc. 
$3500 474 2679. 


1977 CHEV PICKUP, ^-TON, 
automatic, radio, ps, pb, 37,000 
miles, $4,295 

HERTZ RENT ACAR 

Dealer Number 6499 


1974 GMC SIERRA GRANDE J « 
ton camper special. 60 series 
tires, chramc spoke rims, 
sunroof, canopy. View at Duns 
rnuir Super service. $4500 or best 
otter. 


'79 FORD EXTRA-LONG SU 
pervan. V8. automatic transmis¬ 
sion, power steerino, power 
brakes 7900 GVW. Extras Stud 
tied snows. Roof vent, carpet 11. 
Quo miles As new $80*30 4/9 2093 


1970 FORD Vi TON AUTO, 
power steering andbr .ikes, camp 
er special, 1 vr. old insulated 
canopy, high mileage, good condi 
lion, just tested, $2300 40V5 Ray¬ 
mond St North. 479 2790 


1975 GMC JIMMY 4X4 396, 375 
HP ename, rebuilt transmission 
and transter case, new brakes, 
shocks, exhaust, (tires 12xt5LT), 
many extras 748 5122 days 
748 480) evenings 


154 TRUCKS, BUSES 

AND VANS 


GARDEN 

CITY 


AUTO LEASE LTD. 

SUZUK 



END OF YEAR 


SALE 


U 80 Convert. 

M 
fi 


TRAOES WELCOME 
No Reasonable Otter Refused 
100% FINANCINGO.A C. 
OPEN 

9 00A.M.-8:00P.M. 

2978 DOUGLAS ST. 
382-9111 
Dealer 5721 


1972 FORD STANDARD 6 
hightop window camper van, low 
mileage, very good condition, 
oood rubber, tested to Nov, 1980. 
Priced to sell. Phone 479-7244 
after 5:30pm. 


1972 DATSUN TRUCK. LOW 
milcaoe, excellent condition. 
Okanagan camper with stove, ice 
box, water tank, excellent condi¬ 
tion. Will sell seperatelv. Otters 
on $4000. 595-5905. 


1978 6MC HEAVY DUTY V, T'ON. 
power steering, power brakes, 
automatic, approximately 37,000 
miles, 351 motor. A-1. $5350or best 
otter. Ask for Bud. 658-5421. Res. 
388-9784. 


73 GMC SIERRA Vj TON PICK¬ 
UP, 350 V8, new brakes and wind¬ 
shield. deluxe interior, good rub¬ 
ber, $2,500 or offers. 595-7865 or 
479-6249. 


Excellent ski or off 
road vehicle, '77 CMC Jimmv 
High Sierra. Too many options to 
list, must be seen to be appreciat- 
ed. $7500 or best offer, 479-9965 


63 GMC 960, 16' ALUMINIUM 
box. CB, 8 track, AM—FM. V8. 4 
speed, split axel, needs some 
work $3800 or best otter 478-1232, 
7am 5:30pm ask for Barry. 


1978 FORD ECONOLINE 150, 6 
cylinder, standard, power steer 
ing, power brakes, camperized, 
window van, 16,000 miles, $5800. 
386-849? 


2 FORD CUSTOM HEAVY DUTY 
ton trucks. 1 V8 351 and a 6 
cylinder 300 Asking $4200 each 
Phone after 5pm, 479-9229 or 
656 584? 


77 FORD PICKUP, F100. Vj-TON, 
40,000 miles, good condition, $4200 
or best otter 656 2838 after 5pm 
Monday Friday. 


1977 BLAZER 4X4, 350-4 SPEED, 
power steering, power brakes, all 
terrain radials, $6500 offers. 
658 5918 after 5pm 


68 HD ’ . TON DODGE. 318. V8, 
automatic, 61.000 miles, $1500 64 
''j ton International 6, good motor, 
$300 112-743-9442. 


1975 FORD Mt TON, 4-SPEED, 
4x4 suspension, CB. excellent con¬ 
dition. $3400. Call 388-5464 pager 
615, anytime. 


1976 TOYOTA LANDCRUISER, 
45,000 miles, excellent running 
condition Phone after 5pm..Dave 
or Ann, 385-0633 


76 DODGE TRADESMAN 250, 
318. power steering, power 
brakes, insulated, Sbny cassette, 
$4200 388-5517. 


64 GMC STEP SIDE Vj TON, Ex¬ 
cellent mechanical condition,- 
very reliable work truck. $900 or 
best offer 382-4910 


74 FORD RANGER «4 TON 
Camper Special. 390 V8, 4 speed, 
excellent condition, many extras. 
Phone 479-5771. 


1978 RAM CHARGER, 4X4 SE 
package, excellent condition, 
completely loaded. $9700. 
479 9279. 


73 DODGE MAXI VAN, IM- 
maculate condition Many extras. 
Partially camperized. $3150. 
479 8983 after 5 


'73 FORD a*.T- 2 50, AUTO 
trans, radio, ps, pb, front end 
rebuilt and aligned, runs well 
$2750 478 8361 or 592 1331 


76 DODGE POWE R WAGON 4X4, 
'• ton, custom canopy, maos, 
extras. $6800 Phone 383-2328 after 
6pm. 


196/ GMC, BODY AND PAINT 
excellent, runs well, standard 
trans, mags, buckets, moon— 
root, $1600 652-2661. 


1971 FORD V„ TON, POWER 
steering, power brakes, auto¬ 
matic, excellent condition. Asking 
$2300 656 5875. 


1964 FORD Vj-TON, 6-CYLIN 
der 4 speed, excellent mechanical 
condition, $1250 or offers. 
658 5358 


70 TOYOTA LANDCRUISER 
with 76 engine, new headers, 
white spokes with Goodyear A-T 
tires, $3000. 479-7388 after 6pm. 


76 DOOGE MAXI-VAN CON- 
version, 360 V8. Fullv eauipped, 
many extras, excellent condition, 
asking $8500 477-2642. 


EXCELLENT CONDITION 
Ford Econoline van 1966, mag 
wheels, no rust, like new tires, 
$1450. 477 9893. 


miles on reconditioned 360, „ 
cylinder 4 speed standard. $2,600. 
383-2591. 


1965 CHEVY VAN, REBUILT 
head job, needs battery, as is. 
$500. Also misc parts $100. 
386-1972. 


1977 TOYOTA SR5 PICKUP, 
asking $5000 or best otter Will 
consider car in trade. 595 4888 
after 6pm. 


1973 JEEP COMMANDO, 4 
wheel drive, four extra mounted 
tires. 6-cylinder automatic. $2950 
or best offer 642 5345. 


78 RAM CHARGER, 360 4- 
specd, -white spokes, dual ex¬ 
haust, 13,000 miles, cruise control. 
656 2267. 


73 DODGE Vj TON, 318, AUTO- 
matlc. new tires and paint, heavy 
suspension, $2300 or best otter. 

656 2267. 


3 TON '64 DODGE, DUALS, 4- 
speefl, stake sides, canvas top, 
mechanically sound. $2200 firm. 
477 0418. 721-3350. 


67 G&C VAN, 6 AUTOMATIC, 
insulated, panelled, carpeted, 
mags, $ 1250 or best offer. 
384-2060 


1974 FORD F250, 390 AUTO- 
malic. power steering, power 
brakes dual tanks, tested. Must 
sell Firs; 1995 takes. 477-3953. 


1956 CHFV PICKUP, SHORT- 
box. stepside, 283, brakes recently 
redone, with canopy, offers. 

721 3427 


1977 CMC JIMMY, PS, PB, CC, 
hltwneel i/pm 5pm 598 2964 


154 TRUCKS, BUSES 
BMP VANS 

1959 LANDROVER 109 4 X4, Ex¬ 
tensive work done, have receipts, 
good condition, 59,000 miles, $1500 
or nearest offer. 478-7528. 

1975 TOYOTA LONG BOX PU, 
with canopy, wired and insulated, 
52,000 miles, $3495. 388 5464 pager 
S47, private. _ 

1970 FORD >/4 TON WITH 1 TON 
rear end, 300 6 cylinder, 4 speed 
standard, great mileage. $1495. 
388-5464 pager 547, private 

1971 FORO TON CREW CAB. 
really good shape, 4 speed, offers. 
1977 Dodoe Van, immaculate con¬ 
dition 388-6275 pager 2564. 

72 F100, 302 STANDARD. NEW 
motor, tires, exhaust. Diamond 
tufted upholstery. Not iunk 
Otters on $2200. 478-0840, 478-1901 


74 LANDCRUISER 

Good condition. 381-21Q2. 


1979 DODGE STREET VAN, IN 
terior partially finished, lots ot 
extras, beautiful, 477 96?7 


1976 SIERRA 4X4 3 4 TON. 
extras, $6300. Glen, after 5pm 
592-4756. 


79 DODGE VAN. 6 CYLINOER 
standard, power steering, power 
brakes. 9752 km.. $5500 ~ 


'69 CHEV 6 STANDARD. 49.00C 
miles. Best offer. 2845 Aldwync 
Road, Langford. 


1976 3 *-TON CHEVY VAN 30, 
fullv-camperized. immaculate 
condition. Phone 592-1174. 


75 FORD F100 SUPER CAB. 2 
tone paint, 55.000 miles, $4250 or 
offers. 478 1291. 


I960 FORD 3 « TON, CAMPER 
Special, sacrifice, $850 . 479-2037, 
5-6pm. 


1976 DATSUN $3295 1972 DAT- 
sun $1095. Offers on both. 
381 6635 


1974 F 250 FORD, EXCELLENT 
condition, canopy, asking $3250. 
After 6. 477-7718. 


68 ECONOLINE VAN, LONG 
box, 6 cylinder, runs well, best 
otter . $1150 478 1286. 


69 FORD VAN, PARTIALLY 
custom and in good shape. 
658 5346 


74, Mi TON GMC CAMPER SPE 
clal. $2800 or offers. 479-2840 
6pm-8pm 


1962 CHEV, 6 CYLINDER PICK 
up, running gear good, body 
rough $350. 642-3083 


1969 V4 TON FORD VAN. SEV 
oral options, 56,500 miles Stereo 
optional $2,400. obo 381 0817. 


1967 FORD VAN, V8 AUTO., CUS- 
tomized, new paint, $2,000 
598-4375 after 4pm. 


1970 FORD Vj TON, AUTO- 
mafic, long box Excellent run¬ 
ning. y^SSraP-Yw?. — - 


1971 VOLKSWAGEN BUS FOR 
sale, good engine, some body rust. 
$1500.478 6471 


1976 TOYOTA LONGBOX, 30,000 
miles, excellent mechanical con- 
dltlon. >3500 or offers 642-3765 


1979 DATSUN DELUXE CAB 
pickup, canopy, 4 snow tires, me 
tallicnlue, low miles 592-0394 


1976 CHEV V* TON WITH CAMP 
er, I owner, beautiful condition, 
gets over 20 mpq 656 4984 


1976 FORD LOUISVILLE, 24' 
van body, 361 engine, excellent 
condition 478-1289between 6-10 


1970 VW WESTPHALIA. WELL 
maintained, 71.000 miles, extras. 
$4700 595-8425. 


1959 MERC 3 TON FLATDECK, 
$1000 76 Chev Pickup, $3995 
386-8435 or 478-3477. 


'71 FORD TRUCK 3 «-TON 4 
speed, low mileage. Asking $2400 
642 4844, 4 76-3458 


72 CHEV BLAZER. GOOD 
shape Just tested Offers 
383-6531 


1973 DATSUN PICKUP, FULLY 
customized Inside and out, best 
offer. 479 1026. 


1967 DODGE D100, V8, STAN 
dard. great condition Used daily 
$850 652 1985 


73 TOYOTA LONGBOX, GOOD 

—— $ 6 ,r— - - 


condition 

382-1793. 


5,000 miles. $2500. 


1971 DOOGE VAN. V8, STAN 
dard Good working man's van. 
$1350 595 0429 


1975 FORD CLUB VAN, P S, P.B, 
radio. $3500 Or best offer. 386 0081, 
383 307? 


WILL TRADE S60000RGAN FOR 
$2950 as downpayment on truck. 
479-2075 


1971 CAMPERIZED VW VAN 
with pop-top, excellent condition 
592 7189. 


52 GMC '/j TON. GOOD SHAPE 
1041 Esquimau Rd 642 5970 


1977 GMC Vi TON PICKUP, 4 
speed, 454 engine 479 2302 


76 GMC HIGH SIERRA Vj TON, 
must sell. $3150. 479-9983 


1972 FORD F 100 4X4, 360, 4 
speed, rollbar. 598-4275. 


1976 DATSUN PICKUP, LONG 
box $3295 or offers 381-6635. 


1963 MERCURY WINDOW VAN, 
6 cylinder, $750. 595 0587. 


1976 40 YARD SAWDUST 
truck. $2200 652-3898 


1967 GMC HEAVY DUTY Vj TON. 
new tires. 384-1003 after 5pm 


1969 FORD Vj-TON, STEP SIDE, 
good condition $1500 642 4153 


'78 GMC Vj-TON PICKUP, 305 V8, 
excellent shape. $4700. 381-1140 


69 DODGE VAN GOOD CONDI 
tion. 388-9802 or 477-0(18. 


64 FORD 1 TON TRUCK TO BE 
sold for parts. 382-6018. 


1976 CHEVY BLAZER 4X4 
385 2637. 


64 CHEVROLET Vj TON. GOOD 
condition, tested, $600 479-3964 


76 GMC Va TON 4X4, 350 4 
speed. 478 3684. 


69 FORO HD Vj TON VAN, $160C 
or best offer. After 6,,479-7543. 


1971 INTERNATIONAL Vj TON. 
Step Side, 79.000 miles. 652-4886 


64 FORD ECONOLINE. FIRST 
$500 takes Phone 388 5389 


1974 DODGE KARYVAN, FIRST 
$2475. 595-0269, S 6pm 


1969 DATSUN PICKUP, $450 OR 
trade for Volkswagen 383 7808 


1970 DODGE Vj-TON WITH 
winch. $400. 478-2567. 


15t TIRES 


ALIGNMENT 

SPECIAL 

$ 12.88 

ADJUST — caster, cam¬ 
ber, toe-in and tire 
air pressure. 
INSPECT — front end, 
suspension, springs, 
shock absorbers and 
steering assembly. 

Parts and installation extra. 
PHONE FOR APPOINTMENT. 

D&D lire 

1620 BLANSHARD 
382-7283 


FOUR ALFA ROMEO WHEELS 
and hub caps, two with studded 
snow tires, no rust, $120 for the lot 
or will sell separately. 385-2491 or 
388-6275 pager 2656 anytime. 


FOUR 10X15 NATIONAL SURE 
Track All-Terrain Tires, raised 
white letters, $75; two 670-15 snow 
tires with Ford rims, $10 each. 
598 6286 


4 WESTERN DEEP DISH MAGS, 
brand new, never been used, two 
15x10" two 14x7", $500. 656-5052 
after 6pm 


158 TIRES 


"SELL-OUT" 

SPECIALS 

Sonly —UNI ROYAL 8 00x16.5 
Tubeless Rib Nylon 8ply 
Sug Retail $89 
SPECIAL $59.95 ea. 

2only — B.F. Goodrich8:00x16.5 
Tubeless Rib Nylon 8ply 
Sug. Retail $95 
SPECIAL $62.45 

“Stock Reduction" 

SPECIALS 
SAVE 10% 

“ROAD MUGGERS" 
SERIES50-60 70 
RAISED WHITE LETTERS 

BUY NOW AND SAVE 
NEW PRICES EFFECTIVE 
FEBRUARY 1, 1980 

OPEN 

SATURDAYS 

8:30 A M. to4:30 P.M. 
Mon. to Friday til 10 P.M. 

SUBURBAN 
“Do-It-Yourself" 
Parts Store 

3377 Douglas Street 

388-5171 


SATURDAY, JANUARY 26. 1980 

160 PARTS. ACCESSORIES 
AND SERVICE 


FOUR ET MAGS AND TIRES, 
back 15x10 with 50's and front 14x8 
with 70*s. $350. After 5. 478 6453. 


TWO 12" SNOW RADIALS. 
mounted on Honda Civic rims. 
$150. 385-2288. 


4*750X16 SUMMER TIRES ON 8 
bolt GMC rims. 2 950X16.5 snow 
tires nearly new 477 2583 


TWO 12X16.5 GOODY 
tires on 8" Ford 5-stud 1 
598-9177 


RADIAL SNOW TIRES ON 
Honda rims, 155x12. 478 7423 after 
5:30 


ONE PAIR GOODYEAR B§LT- 
ed Polvglass E78x14. One equal- 
Lzer, hi ten. 479-59Q7, 


5 TIRES AND MAG WHEELS 
for Toyota Landcrufser, $250 
479-5029 


2 14X8 VETTE RALLY RIMS,$80 
After 5, 478 6453 


1 PAIR G50X14 CRAGAR MAGS, 
four 13" snow tires. 4/7-6616 


SNOW TIRES, STUDDED, 
mounted. C78-14. 479 5754. 


U S. MACVWiTS^RAGiAL 
TA 50-li's. 383-7373 


FOUR 878X14 STUDDED SNOW 
tires, $50 pair 477 0497, 


FOUR 16X650 SUMMER TRUCK 
tires in good shape $150 477 4532 


SIZE 15" SNOW TIRES, STUD- 
ded. for sale, asking $70 38 1 0385 


160 PARTS, ACCESSORIES 
AND SERVICE 


VOLVO-DATSUN 

Parts And Accessories 
On A Saturday? 

SURE!! 

8:30 A.M. to 12:00 A.M. 

Come On In To 
McCALLUM 
MOTORS LTD., 

, ' 1101 Yates St. 

SATURDAY ONLY 
SPECIAL! 

DATSUN-VOLVO 

Haynes 

Repair Manuals 
$7.95 ea. 

BOSCH HEADLAMP 
Converslons-all makes 
$49.95 


HABITAT 

EQUIPMENT CENTRE 
994 GOLDS! REAM AVE 
474-1231 Dealer «0I978A 

TRIUMPH BRAKE REBUILD 
MOST MODELS. $149 99 

Includes Supply and install 

New front disc pads 

Turn front rotar 

New R Brake shoes 

Turn rear drums 

Adjust and lube parking brake 

cable 

Blead brakes 
Adjust tire pressure 

Ask for Jim 

WISCONSIN PARTS 

ALL PARTS-t-ALL MQOELS 




BEETLE 

AUTO 

HAUS 


Volkswagen Parts 
Accessories and Repairs 

Rebuilt, exchange shortblocks 
2821 DOUGLAS ST. 382-1815 
(Across From Colony Motor Inn) 


Car Stereo Special 

New AM/FM car stereo cassette, 
fast forward w-th a pair of 20 oz 
magnet coaxial speakers. $169.95 
Our popular audiovpx booster, 
NOW $29.95. Expert installation 
available 

B.C SOUNO & RADIO SERVICE 
931 FORT_ 383-4731 


truck transmission and bell hous 
Ing, good working order, $75 3 
speed Ford transmission, recent 
ly rebuilt, $50 3 speed Turbc 
Glide automatic trahsmlssion anc 
torque converter, good worklnc 
order, $75. 385 2491 or 388-6275 
pager 2656 anytime 


SPRINGS 

Complete Repair Service for cars 
and trucks. LOGAN SPRING 8 
SUSPENSION LTD . 60 Crease 
Ave. (Behind Budget Rent-A 
Truck) 384 2744 


9 17 SUPER STOCK, DAMAGED 
front end and extra parts. Best 
offer. M21 trans $350. Turbo 3SC 
trans, $200. Offenhauser manlfolo 
and carb, offers 327 short block. 
$300 283 balanced racing engine 
$1500. Phone 385 2288. 


1974 FORD. RUSTED DOORS, 
excellent *60 motor, 4 barrel car 
buretor $650 spent on front end, 
brakes, etc. (bills to prove) 
Motor only, $500. Trans, $125 
Whole, $650 takes. 479-6036. 548 
Whiteside. 


RADIATOR REPAIRS. FAST 
too quality repairs at Maurice's 
Auto Body. 4?/ Beta St., phone 
386 3381 or 384-8094 Located be 
hi rid the Burnside Pay and Save 
Gas Station. 


MGB-VW PARTS. MOST 
everything. No complete cars. 
Presently wrecking 65 69 MGR 
Complete VW-MGB repairs avail 
able United Outlaws Garage. 
270? Sooke Rd, 474 1088 


1964 VALIANT STATIONWA- 
gon, ran very well, front end dam 
aged from accident. Will sell 
whole car for $200 View at 2832 
Forbes Street. Owner 1131 Bal¬ 
moral. 


1976 CHEV 400 CU IN. SMALL 
block, completely rebuilt, 6 
months or 6.000 miles complete 
warranty, 2 or 4 barrel manifold, 
fits any Chev V8, $850. Campus 
View Chevron, 477 9224. 


MERCURY 352 BLOCK FOR RE- 
build, $50 Dodge power buckets 
$45. 390 heads $40. Ford manifold 
ahd truck rearends good for trail¬ 
er, $20. each. 1964 Mercury fend- 
ers $25. 477-8383 


FOR SALE. 1976 DATSUN PICK¬ 
UP, 2000cc engine and transmis 
sion 4 new Datsun truck rims and 
tires. Complete 1979 GM factory 
turbo unit for Buick 231 V6 
479-Q67V. after 6prn , 478 8446 


160 PARTS, ACCESSORIES 
ANO SERVICE 

VICTORIA4 WHEEL DRIVE 
FREE WHFELING HUBS for 
any make of 4-wheel drive 
r ,597 Hillside at Rock Bav 

0 13531 386 6511 

TOP PRICES PAID 

for scrap cars and metals, we 
pickup anywhere. 

382 1493 384 8075 pgr 1614 

WESTERN SPEEDWAY IS 
looking for cars that you may 
want to donate to our Jalopy class 
of racer. Please phone 385-4731 or 
479-6259. 

68 SUNBEAM ALPINE SERIES 
V, new soft top. no dents, new 
engine and trans, 2 excellent 
spare motors, needs finishing. 
$1000. 595-3394. 

T ROADSTE R STYLE VW DUNE 
Buogv fiberglass body, short pan 
and trans. $350. Super Charger 
850-13's on ET Unllug mags, $150. 
478 2350 

CHEVELLE BEAUMONT 
parts, 12 bolt, $75 Big block 
springs. $50. Complete 396 big 
block, $350. Otters. Must sell. 
479 2724 Dan. 

396 CHEV MOTOR, BIG BLOCK 
Chev tunnel%em manifold and 
carburators, big block Chev 
Wieand high rise manifold. Accel 
dual point distributor 474-1717. 

1972 FIAT STATION WAGON 
for parts. Great engine, suspen 
sion, good interior and doors, 4 
radials, $325. 381-5814 days, 
382-6051 eve 

VITRA SUPER STOCK 71 CHE- 
velle-coll springs, Franklin front 
end, 4 speed, M-21. Race ready 
less engine. $1500. 479-6570 

620 6-RAY MARINE MOTOR, 
oood condition. Phone after 4 30 
pm. ask for Nell Saunders, Room 

1, 384-3396. 

CORVAIR ENGINE ANO 
transmission wanted, 65 and later 
preferred but will consider earlier 
year. 652-1677 ask for Alan. 

PARTS FROM 1960 FORD '/j- 
ton. 3 speed transmission, radia 
tor, wheels, posi-trac rear end, 
radioandbucket seats 595-7918 

307 V8 GM ENGINE. COM- 
plete. 100.000 miles, $200 Also 4 
barrel manifold for-small block 
Chev engine. $40. 652 2661 

RADIAL SNOW TIRES. HR78-14; 
i960 Sunbeam Minx, runs, but 
lust Days 479-9307, eveninos 
479-0020 

FIVE 15X7 Z28 RALLY WHEELS, 
$100. Four 15x8 Corvette rally 
wh«>cls, with Formula i tires. Two 
15x8 SS Cragars 478-9346 

WARN WINCHES 
$660 and $630 

Dual drive differentials 

478 5112, after 5 pm 

1965 TOYOTA CROWN MOTOR 
and transmission In excellent 

cKarta D»rU nr u/ly]lo 

Don. * 

4 CHROMIES WITH NEAR NEW 
tires. 2R 60 series, Ford AM radio, 
Ford 2 barrel carbureter. 
598-6318 

WANTED NON RUNNING CARS 
and trucks, old and new. Scrap 
cars bought and hauled. 388-6275 
pager 2564 anytime. 

1978 GTS ARROW, ICBC WRITE 
off, needs complete nose section. 
8000 kms. $990 firm 4-6pm, 
383 3859 

USED DATSUN, TOYOTA, 
Pinto, Honda parts. Bob & Johns 
Autobodv. Cobble Hill, 743-9141 

HAVE TWO 14" EARLY CHEV 
Rally wheels. Want to trade for 
♦wo 15". 478 7489. 

60 VOLKSWAGEN, 71 COLT, 
Ford and General Motor parts. 
595-8791. 

DODGE 4-SPEED HURST 
shifter for 413 or 383, $225 
112-743-9442. 

WHOLE OR PARTS 64 CHEVY 
llstatlonwaoon, 6 cylinder, stan 
dard 383 3880 after 5 

WANTED-BACK WINDOW FOR 

2 door Acadian Canso. Phone 
382 2254. 

650 SINGLE HOLLY CARBURA 
tor with stock manifold $ 100 . 
Phone 64? 3760. 

ONE MOTOR AND TRANNY. 
fits Chew 6 cylinder, with 60,000 
miles $700 After 5, 478 6453. 

FOR SALE 323'8 j 4" GEARS SET 
up In pot and 1 202 head off 340 
479-3309 

1974 PINTO, DAMAGED RIGHT 
sjd^^arts or whole, $500 

FOR SALE 1965 VALIANT, 
blown block, good body. Tires, 
transmission. 479-1541. 

WANTED: ROLL BAR TO FIT 
Triumph Spitfire. Reasonable 
please 478 6676 

WANTED: LEFT FRONT 
fender for 73 Toyota Corolla. 
112-748 2329 

MOVING SALE. 25% OFF ALL 
stock. Capital Auto Parts, 2676 
Quadra Street. 384 8018 

WANTED POWER STEERING 
parts to fit '68 '6V, Vi ton Fargo 
truck (Dodge) 592-6366. 

WANTEDAIR IMPACT 
wrench and compressor. Phone 
595-6153. 

FOUR 14X7 CON MAGS. MULTI 
fit Dodge. Ford and Chev. $200. 
656-7475 after 1pm 

WANTED 240 FORO 6 CYLIN- 
der and J speed automatic, com 
plete 474 1058 

57 CHEV FOR PARTS. 67 CHEV 
with good running 283 motor 
Phone 1 lam-4pm 478-2258 

304 V 8. TRANSMISSION, 
shocks, etc. Still left on '68 Inter 
national. 592-2646 after 5.30pm 

BULLITT PROOF OFF ROAD 
Ford top loader trans with 2.78 
first gear. 479-1174 

5SPLIT RIMSANDTIRES. 15”,8 
bolt. 60 Chev pickup parts. Pair 
WC mirrors. 478-4055 

330 HP 327 CHEV, 10-1 COM 
pression, Isky springs Will demo 
run, $400 656-5386 

ECONO AUTO PAINTING 
from $179,95. All preparation'plus 

2 coats 478 2713 9am 5pm 

VW. MADE FOR BUSH. NEW 
5700 

352 CU. IN RECONDITIONED 
heads, very sound condition. 
384-3427 

SEVERAL TURBO 350 AND 
turbo 400 GM transmissions. 
Some rebuilt 479 3790. 

A-FRAME FOR MOTOR LIFT- 
mg etc, and motor stand $400 
value, asking $195.479 3000. 

NEW AM —FM SONY CAS- 
sette deck plus 2 co-axel speakers 
$185. 474 1001. 

JUNIOR HIGH URGENTLY 
needs reasonably good VW bug 
body. 386-9988, after 5. 

TR4 REAR END WITH AXLES. 

|ome^a r ts. $80. Pat, 595-8861, 

WRECKING 1972 BUICK. EN- 
oino. transmission, body parts. 
478-4863. 

PLASTIC CHAINS, GREAT 
traction, won't damage your car. 
595-7087, after 5. 

CUSTOM BUILT SMALL CAR 
~ **>"*-*' 

1973 FORD 351W ENGINE WITH 
auto transmission. Good shape. 
Test drive available. 478 4774. 

671 GM BLOWER, STREET 
clearance, $500 firm. 2793 Sooke 
Road, 474-2020 afler 5pm. 

CASH PAID FOR SCRAP CARS 
Associated, 478-9571 

3 SPEED STANDARD TRANS 
and shifter. Phone 479-8797. 

1961 FORD REBUILT 352, GOOD 
automatic transmission 477-0906. 

•64 RAMBLER CLASSIC, 
whole car, lots of parts. 382-2747. 

FOR SALE 72 MATADOR, 
needs motor, otters. 382-3786 

68 PONTIAC 327 MOTOR, NOT 
runnlno, *125. 384-4028 

DATSUN TRUCK BOX, UTILITY 
trailer, $125 firm. 478 8784 


HIGH PERFORMANCE VW EN 
P*ne. 1835 CC, phone 592-8041, 


WANTED TRANSMISSION FOR 
65 Envoy Epic. 479-8033, 


TAILGATE FOR DATSUN PICK 
up, $50 478-6165. 


FORD ANO OLOSMOBILE EN 
pine parts. 474-1079 


FULL SIZE GALAXIE TRUCK 
canopy Siso/Phone 478 9472. 


65 VW MINUS BODY, SELL 
whole or for parts. 382-9625 


'68 IMPALA SS FOR PARTS. 
656-1472, 


71 GM V, TON TRUCK TRANS 
mission $100, 382-1718. 


WANTED 66 CHARGER DASH 
lights, 478-6088. . 


WANTED A MOTOR FOR A I960 
Oldsmotolle. Phone 478-937v. 

TANDEM STOCK CAR TRAIL 
er. Phone 474 2526._ 

WANTED: '54 CHEV FRONT 
fenders 479-3357, 595 8770 

V8 VEGA MOUNT KIT, COM 
plete, $125. After 5, 592-5471. 

FOUR USED DODGE OR FORO 
mags and tires. $100. 385-6825. 

METAL CANOPY TO FIT 
Short box pickup. $200. 652-4267, 

164 AUTO BOOT 
AND PAINTING 


CAR PAINTING, REASONABLE 
rates, 30 years experience, body 
work and ICBC claims. 422 Burn 
side Road East, Rav Parker s 
Paint Shop. 


"MINOR AUTO BODY AND 
prep work" done at slight labour 
costs. 381-1161 or 382 4222 ask for 
John. 


ECONO AUTO PAINTING 
from $179.95. All preparation plus 
2 coats. 478 ?7139am-5pm 


WILL PAINT YOUR CAR OR 
truck Reasonable rates. 592-3765 
after 5:30. 


166 CARS AND TRUCKS 
WANTED 


the Highest Prices for 
Your Clean Used Car 
TRY US—YOU'LL BE 
SURPRISED! 

CONTACT 
CARL SPICER 
Used car mar 
Emoress Pontiac Buick 
GMC LTD. 

38*4881 DL01227A 


CASH 


FOR CLEAN 
USEDCARS 

SEELESSTARLING 

SUBURBAN 
Motors Ltd. 

3377 Douglas 386-6131 

Dealer 5528 


GfM 

PAYS 
High Prices 

FOR CARS*. TRUCKS 
480 Esquimau Rd. _ 382-7195 


WE BUY 
ALL 
MAKES 

McCallum Motors Ltd. 

Corner of Yates & Cook 
382-612? 05603 


We Buy And Consign 

QUALITY 

Preowned Vehicles 

385-4444 

LESCARRS 
SALES and LEASING 
8S4 Pandora at Quadra 


WANTED 

TRUCKS&VANS 
Also will take 
consignment vehicles 

GARDENCITY AUTO 
LEASE CENTRE 
382-9111_2978 Douglas 


WANTED: YOUR MECHANI- 
callv plagued, untested or minor 
body damaoed VW, Toyota, Dat 
sun or MGB. Other small cars 
considered. Reasonable only. No 
wrecks please 474 1479, Nell 


WESTERN SPEEDWAY IS 
looking for cars that you may 
want to donate to our Jalopy class 
of racer. Please phone 385-4731 or 
479-6259, 


CASH FOR GOOD, 
CLEAN USEDCARS 
THOMAS RLIMLEY LTD 
1010 Yates St 382 9121 


CASH 

for clean, used cars 
SAUNDERS Sales & Service 
474-2211 _Col wood 


LATE MODEL MERCEDES 
diesel wanted for personal use. 
Must be In excellent condition. 
Phone 112-748-1931 


CASH FOR CLEAN CARS 
EiK MOTORS LTD 
642 Burnside E. 383-6231 


WANTEO: MORRIS MINOR OR 
similar for student. Must be In 
good running order. 592 7320. 


WANTED SUBURBAN TYPE 
truck, approx. $3000 Must be In 
oood condition. 595-01M 


WANTEO: SMALL TRUCK, 
to $200* 


WILL TRADE $6000ORGAN FOR 
$2950 as down payment on car. 
479-2075 


WANTED 1969-71 VW DELUXE 
Beetle, standard shift. 477-4091 


DATSUN 510 WANTED BY STU- 
dent. Gary 477-3592. 


168 CAMPERS, TRAILERS 
and MOTOR HOMES 


NOWON DISPLAY 

33'DIPLOMAT 
1980 model 

features Polaris winter package 
Including storm windows, dual 
furnaces, and much more. Just In 
time for your winter ski trips, or 
wherever you choose to roam. 
See this unit now on display In our 
heated showroom. 

ALSO 

2 new 1980 wide body vans in 21' 
and ?4's. See these sleek new 
beauties now! 


HC 


TRIANGLE 
HOMES LTD. 


The RV centre with the indoor 
showroom plus 6 bay coin-op Car¬ 
wash with clearance for your 
RV. 

Franchised dealer for Citation, 
Corsair, Aristocrat, Centurion, 
Southwlnd, Jamboree add Diplo¬ 
mat. 

In Sidney on the Pat Bay Hwy 
across from Sandown Raceway 
656-1122 656-7251 

Dealer 105SB 


CANOPY FOR DATSUN SHORT- 
box, hardly used $400 385-8S08. 


168 


CAMPERS, TRMURS 
and MOTOR HOMES 


—16 Years of RV Experience 
Ready to Serve You— 


* VANGUARD * 

* PROWLER ★ 

★ TRIPLEE ★ 

JUSTARRIVED 

New 1980 Vanguard 

• 1BW Mini Motorhome 


JUSTTRADED 

1974 TERRY 30* 5TH WHEEL 
Auto awning, auto TV ant. Auto 
Boat Loader. Beautiful cond. 

$10,995 

1978 Nomad 21' 5!h wheel lovely 
shape $8995 


See our selection of new 
PROWLER and VAN¬ 
GUARD 5th wheels from 
27'to 35'_ 

BEFORE YOU BUY A motor 
home, trailer, or camper — see us 
for 

— The Best Selection 

— The Best Price 

— The Best In After Sales Ser 
vice. 

—Large Parts and 
-Accessories Store 
—Repairs 
—Consignment Sale 
—Rentals 

PEDEN RV LTD. 

285QUESNEL ST. (D1950A) 
386-3464 

Behind Empress Pontiac Buick 



TRAILER SUPPLIES 
LTD. 

PROPANE —REPAIRS 
AND 

APPLIANCE SERVICE 
Custom Building 
and 

Van Conversions 
Large Parts 
an d Accessories Store., 

652-3941 

Mon.-Sat. 9 to 5 
Sun. 12 to 4 

6459 Patricia Bay Hwy. 



'730TT0HTT $1795 

'74 SUNDOWNER H T.T. $2495 
'74 13'BOLE R $2495 

'74 13'SPRITE $2795 

1975 VW van 2 sleeper, stove, 
sink, Icebox, also extra seat 
can be converted to 7 passen 
ger bus 

Was $5995 Now $5595 

Our 10% DISCOUNT on Parts and 
Accessories. Ends Jan. 
3l/'80. 


YOUR DOWNTOWN 
R.V| PARTS DEPOT 

1703BlanshardSt. 385-501? 
Dealer 5183 


Let's Go Camping 


“KIDS" 

Bring in your, parents Open 
doors Freecotfeeat IMPALA. 

All units at clearance specials. 
Come one. come all! 

-'SATUROAY9 5 *' 

SUNDAY 12-5 

WINNEBAGO 
RUSTLER 
| ROADWAY 
HOLIOAIRE 
TRAVELAIRE 
LEISURECRAFT 
BOLER. LIONEL. EMPRESS 
CANOPY TOPS — ACCESSORIES 
SERVICE 

BAV HWY • SIDNEY 

OmMt S613A 

Open 9-5 Weekdays 




RAVEN 

R.V.'s 

DOMESTIC 
VAN TOP 
SPECIAL 

$550 Installed 
VW $500 installed 

10% OFF 

All canopies in stock, 
many Japanese models 
available. 

479-3178 


CAM 
RV CENTRE 

Open 7 Days a Week 

79 OKANAGAN 9-y 
c/w fridge, furnace, stove 
toilet, jacks. $5595 
79 OKANAGAN 8' 
c/w fridge, furnace, stove, 
lacks.$3995 

- Parts and Accessories 

• Repairs to all makes 

• Consignment sales 


650 


sar. 


NSIDERD EAST 384-0213 


All Types of RVs 
Reasonable Rates 

Wile Dodge Chrysler 

382-2313 


TRY THIS 

1975 Ford .Trailer special, 390Hp 
dual tanks, automatic with power, 
8 track, snow and new tires, new 
battery. Insulated/carpeted cap, 
low mileage, excellent condition. 
AND 

Kenskill 16' self contained trailer, 
excellent condition, stove/oven, 
frige, furnace, bathroom, electric 
brakes. Consider selling separ 
ately Total price $7500 478-8630 


STORAGE 

For your R.V., Boat, Motorhome 
etc. Fenced, lighted, secure area. 
Reasonable rates. 

POOLE'S RV TRAVELAND 
1080 Goldstr earn 

474-1411 _ D5806 


PROPANE 

PARTS —SERVICE 

BOB'S 

MOBILE HOMES LTD. 

25 Crease 386-3623 

DL00414A 


FOR RENTORSALE 
MOTORHOMES 
WEEKLY —MONTHLY 

GARDEN CITY AUTO LEASE 
LTD, 2978 Douglas, 382-9111. 
0-5721 


168 CAMPERS, TRAILERS 
Mid MOTOR HOMES 


DOGWOOD TRAILER SALES 
PARTS—PROPANE 
WESTERN WILDERNESS 
Campers 

WILDERNESS Trailers 
2630 OevilTe Road 
Highway 1 at Millstream 

"■>41 D5390 


478 6841 


WHY WAIT FOR SPRING. DO IT 
NOW AND SAVE MONEY! 1969 
Ford J /4-ton, V-8, 4-spd., ps, pb, 
plus 9' camper. $2891 garden 
CITY AUTO LEASE LTD., 2978 
Douglas St. 382-9111 Dealer 5721. 


11- IMPORT CAMPER FOR 
Toyota or Datsun, etc. 20 oallor 
water tank, 3 burner stove, sleep; 
4, has Icebox, good condition, ask 
Ing $1000 or best offer Phone 
474-2588, ask for Joe. 


TOYOTA CHINOOK POP TOP 
mini home, 16,000 miles, with 
fridge, stove, furnace, toilet, twir 
batteries, excellent condition, re 
placement cost $15,000. Will sell 
for $9,950. 658 5685. 


1978 DELUXE MOTOR HOME, 
spotless, 25'. 18,000 miles, 454 
Chevy engine, many extras, mi 
cro-wave, air conditioning, 
stereo. Onan generator, cruise 
control, etc 652-1464 


CLASS A MOTOR HOME FOR 
vale Completely self-contained 
Options include 5KW generator, 
dual alr-conditloners. Automatic 
holding tank. Highest offer 
479-6612. _ 

1978 20' TRIPLE E MOTOR 
home with all the options Sleeps 
six. Excellent condition, 39.00C 
miles, $15,500. Will trade for prop- 
erty 477-2333 after 6._ 

MUST SELL, 1974 PROWLER 18- 
trailer, fridge, stove, furnace, 
shower, toilet, fully SC, sleeps 6. 
excellent condition. $4900. 
652 9388 _ 

1977 BONAIR TENT TRAILER, 
hardtop, 3-wav fridge, stove, 
heater, sleeps 6, excellent condi 
tion, asking $2800. Between 8; 30 
and 3, 385-3712 or after 6, 4774356. 

8'9' VANGUARD CAMPER, 
furnace, 3-burner stove, 3-wav 
fridge, excellent condition 
478 3791 


1977 DELUXE PAPOOSE CAMP 
er for Import truck, 3 wav fridge, 
oven, stove, many extras, very 
clean, $2200, 478 5184. 


8' CAMPER, UNFINISHED IN 
terior. Includes jacks, $650or best 
offer PALM AUTO WORLO 
INC . 386 8385 


1974 VANGUARD 20', 360 
Dodge, power steerino, power 
brakes, sleeosa. 34,ooomiles. $12.- 
900 or offers. 478 1963 


NEW 2300 CLASSIC TRAILER, 
fixed double bed, refrigerator 
freezer and much more See It at 
Victoria East KQA. 


DELUXE 11' VANGUARD 
camper with all options, used 3 
months. $7200 or will trade for 
20-30 tPjiiy . 47? ^63 or 358 7S?t- 


BOAT CARRIER FOR CAMPER 
unitor motorhome, It will put your 
boat up or let It down. $350. 
479-4009 


1978 HOLIOAIRE TRAILER. 27'. 
fullv-equipped, 14' awning, air 
conditioning, separate bedroom 
479-9457 


HOMEBUILT 8' CAB/OVER, 
propane, stove, icebox, water, un¬ 
finished, OBO, 2136 Ridge, 
386 5328 


1971 21' TRAVELAIRE TRAIL 
er, sleeps 7, fridge, stove, oven, 
furnace, toilet, shower. $4500 Ex 
celtent condition 112 748-1707 


FOR SALE, 1974 21' CLASS A 
Winnebago motorhome. oood con 
dltlon. 477-2704 

WE WILL BUY YOUR GOOD 
used Rec Vehicle. Peden R.v 
Ltd., 2855 Quesnel St.. 386 3464 

THREE BEDROOM FUR- 
nished trailer for rent, $350 
478-8822. 474-2467 

EUROPEAN WESTFALIA 
tent suitable for vwbus or camp¬ 
er, offers 383-0354. 

WANTED LITTLE BOLER OR 
Trillium trailer. Also canopy for 
lonobox Toyota. 386-0953. 

CAMPER SHELL WITH SHUR 
Lift hydraulic jacks, offers. 
595-7172, between 4 and 5 pm 

8' CAMPER FOR IMPORT, 
fridge, stove, furnace. $1600 
382-2085 

NEW CAR HAULING TRAILER, 
tandum wheels. 17' tilt/deck 
$1950 727 2424.592-2645 

72 OKANAGAN CAMPER 

For Import Truck $1195 
384-0213 

KNIGHT TRAVEL TRAILER, 
sleeps^four. Reasonable. 388-9302 

8' CANOPY, INSULATED WITH 
light, lift back with door Good 
condition 383-2159 

8Vj' VANGUARD CAMPER, 
furnace and jacks, $2500. 
383-0657. 

8Vj' CAMPER, HAS4 HYDROLIC 
jacks, stove, ice box, large bed 
over cab. $1000. 479-8387 

19'/j' TRAILER. STOVE WITH 
oven, hot water, toilet, new alumi¬ 
num. $1900. 652 1872 

1969AIRSTREAM TRAILER, 27', 
well cared for, $9000. Phone 
652-9011 

FOR RENT 1979 23' MOTOR 
home, $?50-$300 per week plus 54 
per mile. After 5 30pm, 383-7081 

GOOD CONDITION, FORD 
fiberglass truck canopy, $500 
479 5445 

FOR RENT 23' A WINNEBAGO, 
low winter rates 477 3853 

WANTED: TRAVEL TRAILER, 
16-17'. 477 6336 

1976 20' WILDERNESS TRAIL- 
er, like new. $6500 652-3565 

SPORTSMAN CANOPY WITH 
full back door Phone 474 2526. 


169 MOBILE HOMES 
AHD PERKS 


RETIRED? 

YOUSHOULDSEE 

SUMMERGATE 

VILLAGE 


* An Adult Community 

* Own your lot. 

* $500,000 rec centre 

* Homes for Immed. occupancy 

* R.V. Storage 

* Phase II Now Selling 

Turn West oft Pat Bav on McTa 
vish Road, (Airport turn off) then 
Right on Canora to Entry Gates. 

Dealer 6155_Phone 656-1414 


SEE OUR 
4 

DEVELOPMENTS 

Choose from any of our fine mo 
bile home communities or tell us 
where you want to be. Locations 
for our fine homes In Esquimau, 
Langford, Sidney, Sooke, Mill 
Bay and also Vane. area. Phase l 
and II ot Oakcrest filling fast. 
Choose your lot today. View 
homes in Langford (Trans Can 
Hwy) and Esquimau (Craio 
flower Rd.) 


DL6162 474-2154 383-2912 

L angf or d open da i I y t i 118 
Craigflower Rd. daily till 5 


SPACE AVAILABLE, CEDAR 
Creek mobile Home Park, Mil 
Bay. 743-2449, 742-2591. 


DOUBLE AND SINGLE-WIDE 
S2-4420 aVdlldb,e 10 S ° 0ke Pd - rk 


12X68 NEONEX ESTATE. ONE 
condition, offers 


WA *), TE P rental space fob 
home, aav 

area. 


169 MOBILE HOMES 
M0 PARKS 


C-8 


8B 


i ROWN 

. ROS on 
ILANSHARO 


P*op4* Hoping P*OpJ« 

LIVIN'S EASY 
In this Immaculate 2 bdrm home 
In a quiet adult park, on a bus 
route, near shopping Has sun 
deck, fenced lot with garden area 
Priced under $20,000 Incl. all ap 
pllances. Early possession 
Phone 

DONNEWALL 592-1317 

or 385-8771 (anytime) 


CASH REBATE 

Buy a new General Home before 
February 29. 1980 and receive a 
factory rebate 

12' WIDE, $300 
14' WIDE, $400 
DOUBLE WIDE, $500 

Ask about our mobile home park 

Triangle Homes 
Victoria Ltd 

2435 Trans Canada Hwy., 
Victoria, B.C 
Open 7 days a week 
•5088 


Dealer 5 


478-1774 


2-BEDROOM 
SAFEWAY DUCHESS 

Beautiful condition plus 10x28 
completely closed-in sun room 
Plus aluminum fool shed Loads 
of cabinet space. Contains stove, 
fridge, washer, dryer Quick ac 
cess to city centres! A bargain at 
$16,500. Qualifies for B.C. Govt, 
grant 

ALBAN BOWES 479-5693 381 2233 
OCEANCITY REALTY LTD. 


GOLDSTREAM 

MOBILE HOMES LTD 

Trans Can. Hy and Sooke Lk 
Rd.. New 1980 Homes on display. 
14x70 Deluxe, 2 bdr. with fire 
place, pre-owned D/Wlde in adult 
sect . $28,900. 14x70 Glendale. 3 
bdr , to go buyer's property. Open 
to offers Call Marsh Smith 
478-1751 off. or 478*8774 res 
Dealer 1280A 


POSSIBLY 

CANADA'S FINEST PARK. 
Buy your mobile home at the 
dealer of your choice. Scenic 
water and mountain views 
Phone642-5486, Of 642 5972, 


FLORENCE LAKE 

Beautiful setting. 3 bedrooms. 
TiiwV foCfniiFcd, weShcVT d^ycV . 
fridge and stove. Owner savs sell, 
offers on $ 22 , 000 . 

MONNASNOPEK 
478 5561 (bus) 478 0915 

BLOCK BROS. REALTY LTD 


ATTRACTIVELY SITUATED 
12x60 Safeway in adult park 
Glassed In porch, fenced patio 
washer/dryer, freezer, electric 
stove, fridge, new carpeting, 
drapes. Fpr further details. 
478-1234 


THINKING OF SELLING 3 
Our listings are selling and wr 
have purchasers waiting! For a 
no cost evaluation of your home 
and prompt courteous service 
call: Buy Right Homes. 474 2154 


WELL CARED FOR 1972 OLYM 
pian. 12x48, 2 bedrooms, 4 appii 
ances, new drapes and carpel 
covered porch, on bus route, $15. 
000 Phone 478-1006 evenings or 
weekends 


NEW 8. USED HOMES 
1510 Admiral at Craigflower 
Four new developments for you tc 
choose from Open daily from 
10 5, Sun. 12-5. Phone now! 
383-2912. Buy Right Homes 


GREAT STARTER HOME. 
View Royal. Quiet park, on bu-r 
line Large lot. Clean, cosy, 2 bed 
room mobile home, furnished 
$11,900. 385 2639,479-871? 


CHECK OUR STOCK OF GOQC 
used mobile homes. Triangle 
Homes Victoria Ltd , 2435 Tran* 
Canada Hwv, Victoria, B.C 
Dealer 5088,478-1774 


24 WIDE — PRIVATE LOT! 
Deluxe home 4 appl, addition 
option on prop! Priced to sell 
quickly! 474-2154, Buvrlght 
D6162 


DOUBLE WIDE ON BUS! 
Beautiful home with 5 appl. 6x?f 
sundeck, 10x 18 workshop! Onl\ 
$24,800! 474-21 54, Buvright 
D6162. 


1973 WESTBROOK 12X60 WITF 
8x30 addition. 6x12 porch, 8xU 
storago^hed on fullv landscaper 
lot in family park, Duncan 
112-748 3809 


OWNER FINANCED! 

Only $11,500! Nice? BR. Close in 
Terms! 474-2154, Buyright 
D6162. 


EVERGREEN PLACE, DUN 
can. Rental lots, family, pets 
Near hospital. 746 S890 


185 CONVALESCENT 
AND REST HOMES 


VACANCY FOR LADY IN 
small personal care home Oai- 
Bav area 598-4423 


VACANCY FOR LADY REQUIR 
Ing personal care in a family at 
mosphere rest home 595-3813. 


ROOM AND BOARD IN FAIR 
field district Phone 479-5379 


190 ROOM and BOARD 


CRAIGMYLE GUEST HOUSE 
Bed and breakfast, or full board 
winter and permanent rate* 
available Situated 1 mile from 
city center. Along side Craigdar 
roch Castle. 595-5411, 1037 Craig 
darroch. 


GLENSHIEL HOTEL 

HOME FOR SENIOR CITIZENS 
EXCELLENT FOOD 
CENTRALLY LOCATED 
606 DOUGLAS _383-416*: 


OAK BAY GUEST HOUSE 
1052 Newport. 2 single rooms with 
private bathrooms, available bv 
the week or month, all meals In 
eluded. 598 381? 


ELOERLY, FURNISH EC 
room, board, laundry. 24 hrs 
care, etc. Monthly $300. 384-645? 
385-6609 


RURAL FAMILY OFFERS 
room and board In exchange for 
house and yard work. No tobacco 
Single or couple. 642-4253. 


ROOM AND BOARD, PRIVATE 
home. Students or working people 
preferred. 382 2162 


FEMALE OR MALE BOARDER 
between 20-30, non-smoker 
Phone after 5pm 474 2063 


193 ROOMS TO RENT 


DOMCNION 

HOTEL 

Rooms from $67.50 per week TV 
and maid service at our full tacit 
Uy downtown hotel, close to all 
buses. 384 4136, 759 Yates St. (Di 
vision ot Wells Fargo) 


LOW RATES 

MAID SERVICE 
Room by day, week or month 
Singles from $45 per week, $14G 
per month. The JAMES BAY 
INN, 270Government St 384-7151 
(Dlv. of Wells Fargo). 


FEBRUARY 1ST. l!ARGfe BED 
kitchenette, furnished. Private 
bathroom and entrance. $200 rent 
Includes parking, utilities, cable 
vision. Jubilee area Suitable for 
one, ^uiet, non-smoking person 


NICE BACHELOR SUITES, 
weekly and monthly rates, 
phones, colour TV, laundromats, 
close to shopping centre. 386 2481 


ROOM IN FERNWOOD AREA, 
must like children, student or 
working adult. $150 per month, 
utilities Included. Callaflcr 6pm, 
385-9787 


PRIVATE ROOM. 3 MEALS A 
day. $175 per month. 386 6S4S 


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193 ROOMS TO RENT 


F URNI SHE 0 ROOM. SHARE 
► tchen and bath, close to Camo 
sun College, suitable adult male 
S95. 592-6*05 


EMPTY HEATEO ROOM WITH 
private entrance for potter, scult 
purer, whatever, dav or night 
179-0496. 


MODERN KITCHEN UNITS, 
c lose to downtown, color TV, from 
s?7.50 dallv and from $95 weekly 
.1834742 


ROOM FOR RENT WITH 
breakfast, lunch and use of faclll 
ties 479 2924. 


ACCOMODATION AVAILABLE 
m a clean, attractive home. Call 
Hon or Glen after 6 pm. 385-865) 


jMALL, COSY ROOM QUIET 
man. Share kitchen, bath. $90. 
J82-837S 


WEEKLY SLEEPING ROOMS. 
Douglas Hotel. Special rates 


197 HOUSEKEEPING 
ROOMS TO RENT 


FAIRFIELD 

Main floor, fireplace, sink, hot 
[ late, fridge, share bath. 175/mo 
'deludes heat and light 
8RIAN RIPLEY 381 2233 

OCEANCITY REALTY LTD 


> URNISHED HOUSEKEEPING 
r oom for rent, close to downtown, 
farting at $105 including utilities 
i or appointment call 592-1852 be 
t ween 5-7pm. only 


HOUSEKEEPING ROOM FOR 
rent, utilities Included, range, 
tridge. quiet district near town, 
suitable for working man. Apply 
afternoons, 384 2504 


ROCKLANDBASEMENT 
bachelor suite In large older 
home. Fireplace, separate en¬ 
trance. suitable for young man. 
utilities included. $175. 598 7849 


NICE, LARGE ROOM CLOSE 
downtown, share kitchen and 
hower. Middle age. working, 
quiet person. Non-drinker please 
381 0065 after 6. 


AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY 
t airfield area, near buses and 
laundromat, non-smokers. 
■18? 3463. 


ROCKLAND LARGE ROOM 
with fireplace, stove, tridge In 
older home, separate entrance, 
utilities included. $160 598 7849 


HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS. $130 
to $180 a month. All utilities in 
■ luded. 383 0686 


YOUNG PEOPLE TO SHARE 
house in James Bav 383 2622 after 


NEAR FORT—COOK. FRIDGE, 
stove, sink, cable vision, fully fur 
nished 384 5920. 


UNFURNISHED ROOM WITH 
kitchen share bathroom for ma 
lure lady 595 0541 


HOUSE KEE PIN G^F AIRFIELD, 


No pets 383 8529 


HOUSEKEEPING ROOM ON UNI 
versify bus line Private en 
trance. 38 / 4536 


I URNISHED ROOM. W/W CAR 
i>et, share kitchen and bath For 
■adv $9Q, 598-7690. 


200 APARTMENTS TO 
RENT UNFURNISHED 


CAAHC 

HASA FEW 
TOWNHOUSES & 
CONDOMINIUMS 

TO RENT 

ONE AND TWO 
BEDROOM UNITS 

$260-5375 

PERMONTH 

FOR FURTHER 
INFORMATION 
OR TO APPLY 

388-3103 


WINDSOR COURT 
APTS. 

258 GORGE ROADE. 

AVAILABLE JAN. 31 
I bedroom from J245. 

Resident Mgrs. 

Mr. and Mrs. Munday 
385-6075 

Mature Adults. 

No Children. No Pets. 
MACARTHUR PARK 
ESTATES LTD. 


HOMEHUNTERS 

2713 Quadra St. 381-2113 

Beautiful housekeeping room. 
F S HT & Hydro included $118. 
Large bach. F/S, HT. sleeping 
dlcove$l89 

very large Bachelor. Esq HT. 
F S $215 

Bach. James Bav. View of the 
Straits$199. 

1 BR Esq. Meat. H/W. W/W 
Parking $262. 

' BR. James Bav Ocean view 

5249. 

1 BR Cedar Hill $220. vou only 
pav your hydro. 

? BR completely furnished. Just 
move in $280 

Just a few of our many listings 
Open 7 days week. F E E $30 


CHALET APTS. 

1465 Fort St. 

(otf Pemberton Rd.) 
OPEN TO VIEW 
SATURDAY 8. SUNDAY 
12-3 P.M. 

t udor style One Bedroom apts 
from $250 00 Includes Heat Nc 
Children or Pets. Seniorsonly 
PHONE 595 0593or 477-7284 
COMPLETE PROPERTY 
MANAGEMENT 
(Div of D F. Hanlev& 
Associates) 


Park Pacific 


STADACONA CENTRE 
1545 PANDORA 
fust listed for rental unique i 
bedroom Large living area plu* 
Dining area All kitchen appll’ 
anees Drapes: w/w carpet all 
imemties. Adults only — Sorry 
No Pets 

VIEWING APPOINTMENT 
595-3132 


I II 


SEAVIEW RENTAL 

TOWNHOUSES 

2341 HArtfeoUR RD. 
SIDNEY, B.C. 

PHONE 656-0391 


MALAHAT DELUXE RANCH 
home, divided Into three com 
pietely separate suites, one 3 bed 
room, huge Hvtng room with fire 
plate, dining room and separate 
laundrvroom. $700 monthly, one 
? bedroom (rented) and a 1-bed 
room with large living room and 
dining room with a private lawn 
garden, $375. Thre<j Carports, use 
of private pool and surrounding 
forest land, 5 acresof pasture lane 
and a 3-stall barn available 25 
miles of riding roads and private 
lake. Adults only Phone 595 3130 


AVAILABLE NOW 

BRAND NEW - NEVER LIVED 
IN with our regular floor plan 
(suits couple plus In law) appro* 
1180 square ft - 5 rms plus 2/4 dc 
bathrooms plus 2 patios, drapes 
etc. Spectacular water view 
NEW carpets, drapes, 3 first line 
'PDliances, 9«*soer month in 
< uding heat. H.N^ter. parking 
'■’c Only mature people please 
Dickie Aoencies Ltd. 630 Seaforth 


200 APARTMENTS TO 
RENT UNFURNISHED 


OCEANFRONT 

Luxurious apartment with a spa 
clous 1400 sq. ft. 2 BR - 2 wash 
rooms • walk In closet adlolnlng 
master bdrm - patio off living 
room and master bdrm. presents 
a spectacular view • large kitchen 
with eating area ■ landscaped 
grounds • tranquil setting • deep 
water moorage at near py ma¬ 
rina. Adult building 

OCEAN VILLAGE • 642 5254 


LUXURY CONDO 
1100 sq. ft. condo with 2 bedroom, 
I 1 2 bath, L-shaped living room, 
dining area, galley kitchen with 
appliances, lots of storage. In 
suite laundry facilities, security 
parking and features 1350 sq. ft . of 
private balcony with lawn, shrubs 
and barboque area. Available at 
$650 per month for up to 1 year. To 
view call Lindsay at 388 5123 or 
382-6049 (evenings). 


CALL ON RENTING EXPERTS. 
We'll find your apt. Example 
PEACE & QUIET 
Tldv 2 br, shag, drapes. 4 
appl, balcony ♦ $275 (4A2) 

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710 Market SI 


381 1234 


SPENCER CASTLE 
Spacious and prestige condomin 
turn tor rent. Available February 
1st $630. per month. Kitchen. Ilv 
ing room, dining room, 2 bed 
rooms. 2 full bathrooms Ensuite 
washer and dryer, sauna, swim- 
mino pool Underground parking 
plus ample storage 382 2840 or 
652 1667 


THREE BR SUITE (OR 2 BR 
and Den) In stately character 
style home on Rockland Ave Two 
fireplaces and sundeck enhance 
the beauty of this suite, with the 
plus of a lovelv view, and over¬ 
looking Government House — 
oraclous living In oood taste. No 
children or pets please Available 

now — $625 per month 
davldburr ltd_ 384 9335 


LAURELPOINT 

RENTAL 

Avail Immed 2 bdrm $500 $650 
per month, w/w. 2 full baths, 5 
deluxe appliances, 1235 1300 sq 
ft For appointment to view call. 
KIM GILES 

Seasprav Properties Lid 386 3124 


SIDNEY 

Bachelor $245 $275, one bedroom 
and den $360 $380 One bedroom 
den and loft $400 $410, 2 bedroom 
$385 $395. 2 bedroom and loft $460 
Includes wallxwall. drapes, hot 
water, cable, parking. Near shop 
ping, bus. schools. Children ac 
cepted. do pets. 656-3060 


VILLAGE OAKS 


Ray 6VF-. 


Luxurious condominium 2 bed 
room suites. H* baths. Available 
February 1st Near all amem 
ties. $540 $570 Call 595 2919. 


TREELANE ESTATES 

1 BR. $340 and up. Available im 
mediately 

Hobby room, sdbna. whirlpool, 
underground parking available 
Adults only No pets 388 5332 
Concord. 


LAUREL POINT 

T wo bedroom, two bathroom. 
View suite, five appliances In¬ 
cluded. Available Feb. 1st 
J F . Colwell 592 9828 

Realspan Properties 388 6454 


3BDR COLWOOD 
Townhouse apartment — chil 
dren welcome — available now 
and Feb. l.$325p.m. Phone care 
taker 474 2714. 

British American Realty Ltd 
385-1431. 


ESQUIMALT DELUXE 
2* bdrm 1/h. 1 full bath. 2 ’. 
baths. 4 appl, w/w. drapes, locked 
underground parking, Februarv 
1st. & March 1st* $400. 

CHEETAH 381 2122 FEE 


ONE BEDROOM SUITE IN 
back to back duplex, brand new 
gas stove and fridge, private en 
trance, fenced in yard and garden 
area, no pets, heat and wafer 
included. $175 384 4369 


3 BEDROOM CONDOMINIUM, 
good location. 1‘ > bathrooms, all 
appliances included. Separate en 
trance $425 Children welcome 
Available February 1st 384-8721. 
Saturday, 10 2 only 


FAIRFIELD 2 BEDROOM 
coachhouse—cottage No pets, 
non-smokers, children welcome 
$250.382-5628 or 385-1034 and leave 
message 


„ AVAILABLE FEB 1 
2 BR., 1*; baths condominium in 
quiet building. Fairfield area. No 
children, no pets $450 a mo 
Phone days 386 3281, K I M. 


POOL TIME 

Heat paid 2 br, w/w. drapes. 

4 appl. balconv. $345 (4A42) 

Office open 8-9 7 da vs 
RENTEX 381-1234 tee 


ROCKLANO. LARGE 1 BED 
room character suite, top floor 
with balconv spectacular views, 
suitable for 1 quiet person. $395 a 
month Includes utilities 595 2997 


CITY CENTRE 
Residence or office 
Bachelor with extra room, auiet 
block with garden area Refer 
ences, $195 388-9947. 


FAIRFIELD AREA. 1 BED 
roopi suite. $192 Includes treat, 
laundrv. cable. Older Tenants, 
quiet building, available March 
1st 383-0363 


CHARACTER HOME 2 BED 
room suite, near Beacon Hill 
Park. No pets, non-smokers, ref 
erences required. $400 a month 
Utilities induded- 386-2103. 


IMMACULATE 2 BEDROOM 
luxerv suite, available March 1 
University area Adults $375 In- 
cludes assessment 477 7024 


FAIRFIELD. CLOSE IN CHAR 
acter 1 bedroom apartment, heat 
ed. working adult only. No pets 
February 1st .382-9555 


ONE BEDROOM SELF CON 
tained suite. Hillside-Mavfair 
area, suitable working lady, $235 


PET LOVERS 
Carpeted 1 br. w/w, 2 appl, 
util paid, prkg. $190 (5B1) 
RENTEX 381 1234 fee 


QUIET ADULT BUILDING, 2 
bedroom, $775. Burnside Tilli 
cum. Available Feb 15 No pets 
References 383 9882 


BRIGHT. 1 BEDROOM BASE 
ment suite available February 
1st. $225 plus utilities Brentwood 
area 652 4824 


EXCELLENT 2 BEDROOM 
apartment, harbour view, adults 
only, available March 1. $360 
month 477 7024 


CITY CENTRE 

Subsidized rent for light caretak 
Ing assistance, suit retired cou 
pie 388 9942 


2 BR 2’ ; BATHS. 5 APPLI- 

ances Walk out patio* View of The 
Harbour $400. 

Homehunters 381-2113 FEE 


NEW 2 LEVEL BASEMENT 
suite for rent, 2 bedrooms, no pets 
or children 727-2118 


ONE BEDROOM APARTMENT. 
38f-6257 d Cdble in<?,uded Phone 


FAIRFIELD, BACHELOR, $185 
J83 l 85»° rkln0 0lrl N0 »« ,s 


LANGFORD 2 BEDROOM 
apartment, $255 utilities included 
478 3448 


OAK BAY. GROUND FLOOR, 
?nf 3862 dr °° m ’ adults, no pets. 


2 BR. HEAT, H/W, C/V INCLUD 
ed Suit retired. 

Homehunters 3812113 . FEE 


E R 1 V ^ TE BEACH. I, 2 BR. 
Bach 912 Selkirk Ave 382 3502 


201 APARTMENTS TO 
RENT FURNISHED 


2 BEDROOM AND BACH. sui¬ 
te close to downtown Linen, 
d shes. and colour tv, parking In 
elusive. 383 0742. V 


201 APARTMENTS TO 
RENT FURNISHED 


WEEKLY 

DAILY 

BY THE HARBOUR AND 
THE HEART OF VICTORIA” 
Centrally located close to attrac¬ 
tions, Parliament Buildings, 
shopping. Fullv equipped, fur¬ 
nished apartments with maid ser¬ 
vice. Indoor pool, saunas. Ja¬ 
cuzzi whirl pool, games room, 
free local calls, tree parking 
ROYAL SCOTT MOTOR INN 
425 Quebec St., Victoria. 388 5463 


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UTILITIES PAID 
Spacious 1 br. rugs, drapes. 

2 appl, parking. 4220 ( 4AI) 

381 1234_ fee 


■pool and underground p. 

Ing 1200 sq. ft. Wall to wall car¬ 
pets. l’g bathrooms. Nicely fur¬ 
nished Including linens and 
dishes. 4 major appliances This 
corner suite is situated near Cha 
teau Victoria with an excellent 
view of the Parliament Buildings 
and some water. 6 months to a 
year lease. $650. month. 385 4293 


ELBOW ROOM 

clean, comfortable. 1 or 2 bed 
room apartments, located in a 
quiet park-like estate. Extra 
large units with spacious fullv 
equipped kitchens. Cable TV. 
maid service, some fireplaces, 
special winter rates. Casa Linda 
Motel Opposite Royal Cotwood 
Golf Course. Phone 474-2141. 


-- and l bed¬ 
room suites. Maid service, an¬ 
swering service Indoor heated 
pool, cocktail lounge, saunas, cot 
fee shop, dining room, laundry, 
colored cable TV. No pets 
COACHMAN INN, 229 Gorge Rd 
E Phone 388 6611. 


DELUXE ACCOMMODATION 
Furnished bachelor and 1 bed 
room suites. Colored TV, dining 
room, laundrv, indoor pool, hudro 
pool, saunas, lounge, maid ser¬ 
vice. answering service No pets 
CANTERBURY INN, 310 Gorge 
Road Phone 382 2151. 


CRAIGFLOWER MOTEL 
Now renting weekly and monthly 
deluxe bachelors and one bed 
room suites on beautiful Gorge 
Waterway Maid service, laurv 
dromat. color TV 388 7861 


HARTNELL HOUSE 

Modern units bv dav. week or 
month. Close to downtown, colour 
TV. parking, linen’, etc 383 0742 


THREE ROOM BASEMENT 
suite near Beacon Hill Park and 
shoos. Ladies only No pets or 
smokers please. Available Febru 

•ar y i i-388^ - 


ROYAL VICTORIAN MOTEL, 
230 GOrge Rd East. Furnished 
units from $220 to $290 per month. 
Please call 385-5771 


LARGE QUIET SELF CON 
tained bachelor, non smoker, 
non drinker, male over 30. $189 
388-7605 


FAIRFIELD 

Dandy 2 br. carpets, drapes. 

4 appl, heat paid $280 (1A2) 
RENTEX 381 1234 fee 


LARGE BASEMENT BACHE 
lor suite, self-contained, separate 
entrance, fireplace, w-w Suitable 
working person. 592-6833 


ONE BEDROOM, WARM. CAR 
port, utilities Included From $130 
monthly 478 4212. 


FURNISHED ROOM OFF FAIR 
field, stove, fridge, etc. $130. 
592 2938 after 6. 


202 FURNITURE 
TO RENT 


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FURNITURE and APPLIANCES 

RENT 

WASHER and DRYERS 
COLOR or BLACK/WHITE TVS 
FURNITURE—APPLIANCES 
alPENNIESperDAY 

1821 COOK 
385-2435 


STANDARD 
■ FURNITURE 
Three Rooms <rom 
$42.00 per month 
Immediate Delivery 
362-5111 737 Yates St. 


CAMQSUN 

FURNITURE RENTAL 
Month lo Month 
Piece or group 
immediate Delivery 

833 Yates 


383-3655 


203 APARTMENTS 
WANTED 


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OF CANADA 
381 2113 


SINGLE MOTHER DESPERA 
telv needs 2 bedroom suite or 
house in Fairfield or James Bav 
Landlord requires premises bv 
February 1st We have good refer 
ences. enjov gardening and will 
care for your home as our own. 
Please phone, 385-2462 


MARRIED WORKING COUPLE, 
no children, with small 8 vear old 
doo urgently require 1 bedroom 
suite. Preferrablv semi fur¬ 
nished 385-5336before 9:30 a m or 
after 5. 


RESPONSIBLE FEMALE 
wants 1 bedroom suite in the 
’ Rovai Woods'' complex Week 
days 8 4 . 388 8411 local 465 Eve 
nmgs and weekends. 598 9868 or 
479-1287. 


RECENTLY RETIRED COU 
pie require 2 bedroom suite. In 
mature block. Beacon/Fair- 
field/Oak Bav areas preferred, 
March 1st or would consider wait- 
mq period. 386-4005. 


WANTED: TO SUBLET FUR 
nished apartment or house bv 
older couple. Close to town. Be¬ 
tween Februarv 18th and April 
18th, 383 8207 after 5pm. 


YOUNG, RE SPONSI BLE 
woman with 2 cats seeks one bed¬ 
room suite In Lakehill/Royal Oak 
area References 479-0957 after 


RESPONSIBLE WORKING 
couple with well-trained, clean 
purebred dog seek one or two 
bedroom apartment or duplex for 
Februarv 1st 385-4464. 


FURNISHED 1 BEDROOM 
required 1st of March 80. Fridge, 
stove, laundry facilities, close to 
downtown Phone 386-1189 after 
5pm, * 


RESPONSIBLE MOTHER AN08 
vear old need part of house or 
apartment, March 1st. Prefer¬ 
ably Fairfield—Rockland area. 
Reasonable rent 385 7386. 


IMMEDIATELY REQUIRED 
by Responsible working female 
one bedroom or bachelor under 
*200 Please phone Susan 


YOUNG RESPONSIBLE LADY 
requires 1-bedroom apartment, 
Oak Bav or Fairfield area. Phone 
after 5 pm, 477-2014. 


QUIET MIDDLE AGED PE- 
sponsible couple require apart- 
ment, close In. 382-0781. 


URGENT, 1-2 BEDROOM 
inlaw suite Feb 1st Reliable. 
652 1593, 385 3994 


LADY WITH CAT WISHES 
apartment near Jubilee hospital 
Under $200 595-3047. 


203 APARTMENTS 
WANTED 


SATURDAY, JANUARY 26, 1980 

206 DUPLEXES 
TO RENT 


RESPONSIBLE WORKING 
lady requires large suite or cot 
tape, $200 Non-smoker, no pets 
477-4524 Nancy. 


QUIET OLDER RESPONSIBLE 
couple require 1 bedroom unfur 
nished apartment, March 1st. 
658-8237. 


TEACHER AND MATURE 
daughter require 2 or 3 bedroom 
suite or duplex bv March 1st. Ref 
erences. 383-4094 


204 SNARED 

ACCOMMODATIONS 


FIRST CLASS ACCOMMODA 
fion, Modern townhouse near 
Sears, furnished, laroe master 
bedroom with balconv. Share kit 
chen, family room, washer and 
dryer. Color TV. suitable for 
working man In 20's Non smoker 
$150 month. Utilities included. 
Available February 1 References 
required 382-1697 or 595-6272 atler 
5pm 


AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY 
Furnished bedroom, share with 2 
people the kitchen, living room 
and large bathroom, laundry fa 
duties, storage, utilities includ 
ed. $150 month. 595-8618 


YOUNG WOMAN MOVING TO 
Duncan requires accomodation 
February 1st. Will share home 
with other young person. 382-3961 
Nora 


UPPER SUITE ROOMS, $150 IN 
eludes utilities, fireplaces, sun- 
deck. veg. garden Responsible 
non-smokers preferred. Alan 
384-8Q7S pager 750. 


WANTED GIRL TO SHARE 3 
bedroom apartment in Esqui 
malt. Prefer non or light smoker 

^3§?o 


YOUNG MAN HAS MODERN 3 
bedroom duplex to share with 
young person, split rent and utili¬ 
ties Colwood area February 1st. 
478-4797 


GIRL WANTED TO SHARE 2 
bedroom, upper duplex with 
same Vic West, on UVic bus 
route $150 all utilities included 
386-9730 after 8pm. 


RESPONSIBLE WORKING 
person to share 2 bedroom base 
ment suite on Gian Lake. $150 all 
utilities included. 478-2217 


YOUNG WOMAN TO SHARE 
cosy home with 2 heartful women. 
We welcome vour calls at 
385 1623. 


RESPONSIBLE LADY.TO 
share 2 bedroom duplex with 
same $175 per month. 382 8129 
before 5 pm, 


WANTED: EMPLOYED FE 
male to share 4 bedroom house on 
Cedar Hill Road with 3 bachelors. 
Inquire at 595-4767 


WANTED VERY CLEAN. 
qujeL responsible student/work 


386-2591 


ROOM FOR 1 MORE. QUIET RE 
sponsible working person. Large 
country home $215 per month 
652 9342 


WAN TED 2 ROOMMATES, 19-28. 
male or fema le to share spacious 3 
bedroom duplex, $120 plus utlli 
ties Phone 382-2149 after 4pm 


CHARACTER HOME IN OAK 
Bay. to share with mother and 5 
vear old son. $200 inclusive 
598 4168 


ROOM FOR RENT IN SPACIOUS 
Character Home Veoetarian 
Meditator Non smoker. For in 
formation call 652 4343 


SHARE FULLY FURNISHED 
house. Many extras $300 month 
381-0975 


PRIVATE ROOM. MEALS, 
laundry tor working man. Share 
expenses 59S-8827 


HOUSE TO SHARE. SOUTH OAK 
Bav^^bedroom, rent negotiable 


205 RENTAL AGENCIES 


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206 OUPUXES 
TO RENT 


GORDON HEAD NEW 2 BED 
room lower suite, wall to wall 
fireplace, fridge, stove. $350 per 
month includes, heat, light, 
water Suitable for quiet couple 
with no children or pets Refer 
n2 Z 53 7289 weekdays. 
479-4161 weekends 


f „ LITTLE GEM 
Snug SXS duplex Mt. Tolmie 
slope. Carpeted, fridge, stove, 
washer, drver. Suit couple or fam 
ilv of 3. February 1st, 1980 One 
year lease. $375 592 2939 after 
5pm and weekends 


COMPLETELY REDECORAT- 
ed. large sundeck overlooking 
Gorge Vale Golf course. Room for 
garden in back. 4 bedrooms, rum- 
? brooms, carport, 
$600. 388-6262. Lease. 


SIDNEY 

3-bedroom, fireplace, IV* baths, 6 
months old. $435 per month. Must 
have references, no pets. 656-4066 
or 656-4003. 


VIC WEST SXS BRICK DU- 
plex, 3 bedrooms Sorrv. no pets, 
no children. References. $360 per 
month Possession Februarv 1st 
595-6319, 


ONE BEDROOM SUITE FOR 
rent, upper duplex, view Rovai. 
stove and fridge. Includes heat 
and water. Ideal for singleperson. 
$225 per month. 479 9624 atter 5. 


ESQUIMALT ONE BEOROOM 
lower duplex, fridge, stove, wash 
er, drver. garage. No pets Work 

59?7<3°a(tef &m ,errea ”” 


VIEW ROYAL 

Deluxe new 2 bedroom, 2 bath- 
rown. wall to wall broadloom. 
slate fireplace, $450. Call M Par 
son 382 8215, evenings 385-9770. 


LUXURY LIVING 
4 br ♦ 2 baths, w/w, 2 apol, 
bsmt, dlnlno room, garage, 
fenced yard 4 more 1500 (1x4) • 
RENTEX 38) 1234 fee 


ROOMY,3BEDROOM, NEARLY 
new in-law suite (hotplate). Ideal 
for mother & child or ? working 
persons Esquimau Gorge. $300 
388-6262. 


A REAL BEAUTY. 2 BR F/S. 
w/d. 2 bdrms. View of the inner 
Harbour Utilities included Pool 
Sauna. Tennis. $500. Home 
hunters, 381-2113. Fee. 


WINTERIZED 
3 br with rugs, f/place. 
fenced tor family & more (7X3) 
RENTEX 38) 1234 tee 


ESQUIMALT LARGE 3 BED 
room plus den, main floor duplex, 
no pets, references, $345. 
386-3051 


OAK BAY BORDER. 2 BED 
room upper duplex, fireplace, 
sundeck. no children or pets. $360 
385-2850. 


3 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS. CAR 
peted, close to schools, shopping 
fnd buses. Available Februarv 
1st, $375. 385-9115. 382 8879 


DELUXE SXS IN COLWOOD. 3 
bedroom, fireplace, no pets $450. 
652-3249 after 7pm 


4 APPLIANCES 
3 br ♦ w/w/drapes $325 ( 6T3) 
RENTEX 381-1234 fee 


2 BR. CHILDREN AND PETS. 
f/S. $375. Homehunters, 381-2113. 
Fee 


UPPER DUPLEX, 3 BED 
rooms, fireplace Quiet area of 
Langford. $350 month 478-7233 


210 HOUSES TO RENT 
UNFURNISHED 


HOMEHUNTERS 

2713 Quadra St 381-2113 

A little Beauty. 2 BR. bungalow, 
w/w throughout. Ig. yard, ga 
rage Close to shopping $445 

Nearly new Bring the kids. 3 BR. 
f/s, w/w. Plav area. $325. 

Beautiful Sooke Hills. 3 BR Chil¬ 
dren welcome, f/s, f/p, 1 ’-, baths 

Open 7 days a week Fee $30 

GORDON HEAD AREA. CHAR 
acter home, suitable for medium 
sized family. Available February 
1st in 1800 block Feltham Road 
IV* *t° re Y' ,u, ‘ Basement home 
with fireplace. Oil hot air furnace. 
2 bedrooms on main floor, 2 semi 
finished bedrooms up. Fridge and 
stove provided. Close to schools. 


duties and shopping Small pets 
optional. $485 per month, negoti 
able Kasapi Construction, 

386-6191 


WATERFRONT 

SIDNEY 

$625 per month ? bedrooms, 
family room, 2 baths. ? fire 
places New stove, fridge and 
carpet throughout Available 
Feb 1 

RENTAL DEPARTMENTS 
598-3321 
JACK MEARS 


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Call now for 1.2.3 & 4 bdrms 
FENCEDFOR KIDS PETS 
Roomy 3 br, carpets, drapes. 
L a . p Pl; Dd,i0 oarage $450 C1H3) 

381 1234 fee 

MCKENZIE/SAANICH AREA 
Spacious home on 1 > acre includ 
Ing living room, dining room, kit 
chen with eating area, den. 3 bed 
rooms plus family room, games 
room (or 5 bedrooms and family 
room), laundrv room and storage 
area (approx. 2.300 sa tt ) Avail 
able lsk»Feb. on 6 month tease 
$600. View bv appointment only 
For appointment phone 383 1141 

8 30 5pm 

OCEANF RONT 

2 BR Townhouse with 1400 sq. ft 
of luxurious living space sur¬ 
rounded bv landscaped grounds in 
tranquil setting spectacular 
view from 3 sides - 6 deluxe 
appliances • 2 washrooms ? 
patios fireplace deep water 
moorage in near bv marina 
Adults. 

-OCEAN VILLAGE - 642 5254 

DELIGHTFUL WATERFRONT 
home overlooking Anglers An 
chorage Marina, 2 bedrooms, no 
basement, fireplace in living 
room, some furnishings, refer 
ences required. Long term lease 
possible to reliable party, ideal 
for retired boaters or small fam 
ilv. $300 monthly 652-3531 

AVAILABLE MARCH 1ST. 
12X60', 2 bedroom mobile home, 
fridge, stove, washer and drver 
Water and cable Langford area 
Smallpark. Children and pets ac 
cepted. Rent or opt ion to purchase 
or^purchase Victoria Press Box 

GORDON HEAD ON QUIET 
cul—de—sac. 4 bedrooms. 2 
baths, all kitchen appliances, 
drapes, wall-to-wall, large sun 
deck, easy care grounds, adults 
preferred, no pets $550 per 
month, available March l 
592-3595 

AVAILABLE FEBRUARY 1ST - 
executive 4 bedroom home, 3 
bathrooms Exceptional qualltv 
house. $750 per month. To view 
contact Montreal Trust Company, 
Property Management, exclusive 
agents 386^2111 

DEEP COVE CHALET. SE 
eluded, 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom, 
executive home. Seaview. All ao 
pliances. Couple preferred, no 
pets $600/m K Drost. 656 4000, 
656-2427. Saanich Peninsula Prop. 
Ltd. 

3 BDRM HOME WITH FP AND 
rec room. 10 min. from town 
'525/mo. Avail. Feb. 15. Phone 
386-3494. 

CENTURY 21 Western Homes 

1037 Cloverdale Ave. 

386-3494 ( 24 hrs ) 

2 BEDROOM. $350 PE R MONTH. 
Fernwood,Bav Street area In 
eludes stove, fridge, washer, 
dryer, drapes except in bed 
rooms, w w carpet Preferably nc 
children. Phone 595-4067 or 
382-8427. 

VIEW ROYAL 

New spacious 3 bedroom home, 
with self contained I bedroom 
suite, both with slate fireplaces 
and w/w, appliances available 
$600. Calf M Parson 382-8215. 
evenings 385-9770 

MAYFAIR AREA 
Absolutely spotless 2 bedroom 
home Fridge, stove, wisher, 
drver. wall to wall carpet, seoa 
rate garage, fenced yard, etc 
February 1st References. $425 
652-4368. 

TWO BEDROOM NO BASE 
ment house Electric heating 
Separate garage Lyall Street. 
Esquimau Available March 1st. 
Suitable for two or three persons 
Pets welcome $400. p m Security 
deposit $200. Call 658-8809 

BROADMEAD EXECUTIVE, 
available 27th of January. 5-bed 
room home. 2'/? baths. 2 fire 
places, laroe sundeck and.double 
carport. Lease and references re 
auired $800 per month. 658-8807 

TRADE 

Loveiv old house, James Bav. 
$350. Do you have a 2 bedroom 
apartment in James Bav/Fair- 
field/Oak Bay to trade for above 
house? 382-8431. 383-5504. 

LOVELY NEW 3-BEOROOM 
home. Sidney, stove, tridge, fire¬ 
place. carport, close to schools 
and recreational facilities. Imme- 

652 , 2S74 CCUDdnCV 1525 month,v 


KMKfc DC AU T Y 

2300 sq ft. 3 br, w/w, den. 
f /place. family rm In bsmt. 
view on lake, huge yard, 
•ovely home & area $600 (3H3) 


381-1234 


fee 


SOOKE, DELUXE HOME ON 4 
acres. 4 bedroom, 2 fireplace, full 
basement. 2 car garage, Immedi 
ate possession. Reference neces¬ 
sary Evenings phone 478 1352 


210 HOUSES TO RENT 
UNFURNISHED 

FOR RENT. 3 BEDROOM 
townhouse. lVi baths, fireplace, 
garage. Burnside area $460 per 
month. Occupancy February 1st. 
477-6464 

3 BEDROOM HOUSE NEAR 
Cedar Hill Community Centre, 
available February 1 st, $400 
monthly References please Call 
after 6pm. 595 1317 

GORDON HEAD. NEWER, 4 
bedrooms, V i bathrooms. 2 fire¬ 
places. well maintained. $650 
month. No pets. References re¬ 
quired. 478-9194 

BEAUTIFULLY DECORATED 3 
bedroom house, main floor onlv. 
Share utility expenses $450 per 
month. Langford cul de-sac. No 
pets please. 478-8635 evenings 

HOME SWEET HOME 
Luxury 4 br. 2 f/ptaces. 2 
appl. 2 baths, bsmt, patio, 
garage, acreage $550 ( 6H4) 
RENTEX 381-1234 fee 

GONZALES BA Y. 2 BEDROOMS, 
fireplace, private beach access, 
small pet okav Security deposit 
and references. $450 598 3860 or 
595-7395 

SMALL 2-BEDROOM HOUSE, 
stove and fridge supplied, Lang 
ford area $400 per month Fully 
carpeted Available February 1st 
642 4463 

SAANICH 

2 bdrm., f/p, garage, bsmt. $375 
Cheetah 381-2122 fee 

Weekends and after 5: 

388 5464 pager 551 

2 BEDROOM BASEMENT 
home, Hampton Park area, 
garage, available Feb 1st. $385 
monthly. 382 8990. 

ATTRACTIVE 4 BEDROOM 
home in Esquimau area, wall-to- 
wall, fireplace, large dining room 
and full basement. $385 477 5344 

ACREAGE 

Family 2br, sundeck. appl. 
pet perfect onlv $330 ( 7H2) 
RENTEX 381 1234 fee 

3 BEDROOM.2STORY CONDO 4 
appliances. 2 bathrooms, wxw, 
^apes Esquimau Gorge $424 
388-6262 

2 BEDROOM. LANGFORD 
area, 1 block to school and store, 
available Feb 1st. $375 Call 
474-1231 after noon 

OLDER HOUSE, 4 BEDROOMS, 
large lot, $550 per month, no pets, 
older tenants preferred. 477 9851 

OLDER CHARACTER HOME, 
downtown area, 2 3 bedrooms. 2 
fireplaces. $407 month. 598 1506 

LOG CABIN ON MALAHAT. $115. 
great for single outdoors person 
478-8829 after 5. 

3 BEDROOM, BASEMENT $375 
per mqnth. Drive bv 400 Craig 
flower and call 598 7689 

JUBILEE AREA. FEBRUARY 
1st. $270. 2 bedroom house, full 
basement 598 5605 

2 BEDROOM HOME. QUIET 
working couple preferred $425 a 
month. 479 6938 

211 'HOUStSTORENT 
FURNISHED 

FURNISHED. 3 BEDROOM 
townhouse in James Bav Piano, 
deep freeze included 
$550.00/month. References re 
quired. 

CENTURY 21 Western Homes 
1037 Cloverdale Ave 

386 3494 ( 24 hrs ) 

212 HOUSES WANTED 

TO RENT 

Free to Landlords 

Eliminate Needless Phone Calls 
We also advertise FREE for you 
and send prospective tenants vou 
require 

Giveusa Try. 

We rc open i days a week 

HOMEHUNTERS 

OF CANADA 

381-2)13 

ONTARIO SEMI RETIRED 
family of four. (1 have two uni¬ 
versity aged bovs) wishes to lo^ 
cate in the greater Victoria area. 
University area preferred or per 
naps a bit of country atmosphere. 
Wish to rent or lease option, 3 
bedroom house, full basement, 
double garage No pets, nonsmok 
er. private For occupancy July or 
August 1980 Apply Donald t. 
Armstrong. Box 556 Kemptvllle 
Ontario, K0G 1 JO. 

BY OLDER COUPLE WITH 15 
vear old son, M<*rch i, long term 
Clean, two bedroom house, base 
ment or workshop Have own ap 
pliances. Washor and drver hook 
uo Have small dog and cat 
Esquimau or Gorge area Rent 
around $325 or $350. 383 5602 anv 
time 

JUST WHAT YOU NEED 
Landlords we find good tenants. 
Call now for vour free ad 

381-7368 

rente* 

RESPONSIBLE WORKING 
couple seeking unfurnished 2 bed¬ 
room house, duplex, etc. prefer 
ably with fireplace March 1st 
Near town No pets or children. 
$350 maximum 592 9759 after 
6pm. T 

FARMS 

Needed soon. 1 or 2 acres, have 
livestock and poultry, house with? 
or more bedrooms Will pav upto 
$350 per month 479 6631 ask for 
Glen 

? WORKING WOMEN REQUIRE 
small 2 bedroom house or base¬ 
ment suite In quiet area. Prefer 
Vic West or Fernwood Under 
children or pets 384-4627. 

URGENT. WORKING COUPLE 
starting family requires 2 or 3 
bedroom house with fireplace in 
quiet area Rent $300 $400 for 
March l. Call before i2noon 
385-6480 

RESPONSIBLE WOMAN AND 4 
year old bov require 2 bedroom 
wbuse m Western Community 
area Up to $325. Excellent refer 
ences 478-8621. 

REGISTERED NURSE AND 
student sister require 2 bedroom 
house in quiet area. Keen garden 
ers. Excellent references. 
598-9078 

RESPONSIBLE COUPLE RE 
quires 2-3 bedr oom house on small 
acreage or In city. Have one fully 
trained outside dog. Excellent ref¬ 
erences 384 2803. 

MARRIED COUPLE WITH 1 
child, responsible, working, non- 
smokers seek 2 or 3 bedroom 
house for March. Reasonable 
rent 595-1235 anytime 

SMALL HOUSE REASONABLY 
priced urgently needed for re¬ 
sponsible. working person I am 
neat and fidv and willing to do 
maintenance 477-4441 

HOME OR APARTMENT 
wanted, August, 2-3 bedrooms 
preference. Eisner, 26 Chinook 

T2 r v2P6 Ca ° arV SW ‘ Alberta ' 

WORKING COUPLE SEEK 
small house with yard In Fair- 
field. James Bav Reasonable 
References 388 9277 

LOOKING FOR TWO BED- 
room, preferrablv out of town 

385-9T?5 , ° PdV 1400 F ° r March 1 

WE ARE LOOKING FOR A 30R 4 
bedroom house in Metchosm or 
Saanich with acreage and pri¬ 
vacy 382 9087. 

WORKING MARRIED COUPLE 
with small dog wish to rent 1-2 
bedroom house in Metchosin or 
Saanich for March 1 st 382-9425 

YOUNG WORKING COUPLE 
desire 1-2 bedroom house in quiet 
a I?£ for lono term tenancy, no 
children or pets. 598 1646 

RESPONSIBLE WORKING 
ladv seeking small house or part 
} ° cal1 h 0 ™ p lease call 

479-7641 

TRADE 

THROUGH 

CLASSIFIED 

DIAL 386-2121 


215 HALLS, WAREHOUSES 
STORES m4 OFFICES 
TO RENT 




PROPERTIES LTD 


846 BROUGHTON 3684454 

MAYFAIR 

Quality retail and warehouse 
space available — Relail, 1.200 
sq. ft. with rear loading and loads 
of parking. Warehouse. 4,000 sq. 
ft. with drive in or loading dock, 
can go as low as 2.000 sq. ft. ideal 
location with easy access to all 
area's of the city. 

FORT & COOK 
MEDICAL/DENTAL 

This office space has ample par 
king and is priced below market. 
Be sure to view this 

OAK BAY AVE. 


new. well located development 
Space from 450 to 1.460 sq ft 
Good parking. 

NORTH DOUGLAS 
RETAIL- 
WAREHOUSE 

4,500 sq. ft. on one floor with load 
ino dock, excellent location and 
plenty of space for cars and 
trucks. Slartinga new business or 
need large quarters, then look at 
this location 


DOWNTOWN DOUGLAS 

Excellent corner retail space. 
Call us to view anytime 

LAW COURT AREA 
NEW PRIME 
OFFICE SPACE 

Full air conditioning, covered 
parking, energy saving desiQn A 
full floor or part available 

ONE ONLY 

1,000 sq. tt area available in the 
Alpha St. complex office-retail. 
Low, low, monthly cost 


P*opl« Helping People 

830 Pembroke St 2500 square 
teet street level, office space, 
heat and air conditioning incl. 
2 washrooms, bright and 
cheerful suite lease available 
now at $6.50 per sq ft. 

904 Gordon St . 900 sq. ft of de 
slrable store or office space 
available Immediately. 
$750.00 per month, includes 

heat, lease available 

1006 Fort St. 3000 sq. ft third floor 
office, fullv carpeted, open 
space, all utilities including 
lamtor (except phone) Lease 
now available at $7 50 per sq 
ft plus share of expenses 

For appointment to view please 
call 

Brown Bros Agencies Ltd. 
385-8771 (anytime) ' 


SciiSrfiHY 

PROPfRTKS LTD REALTOR 


1911 VICTORIA 386-3124 

OFFICES: 

3960 Quadra. 1010 Sq. Ff. 

1005 Broad. 725 Sq Ff 
Shelbourne. 908So Ft 
StadaconaCentre. 1491 Sq Ft 
3440 Douglas, 2600 Sq Ft. 

1022 Pandora. 700 Sq. F t. 

RETAIL/STORE FRONT 
2333 Government, 2500 S. F 
Stadacona Centre, from 733 S.F 
1253 Esquimau Rd.. 733 S.F. 

WAREHOUSE 

626 Esquimau R . 1200 S F 

740 Tvee Rd . 4200 S F 

Govt and Bav. 700 S.F. with of 

flee 


P D. LAW 


386 3124 


QB 


B 


ROWN 
ROS on 

IANSHARD 


Psopl* HWpmg P»opi« 

1800 Blanshard Street, Commer 
cial property available March l 
Corner influence with 2700 square 
feet mam floor with more up 
stairs. Lots of parking available, 
terrific exposure $7.50 per 
square foot 

For further information call 
BROWN BROS AGENCIES 
LTD ,385-8771 (anytime) 


MEDICAL OFFICE - 1105 PAN 
dor a Ave., 550 and 471 square feet 
Parhoned office space in Medical 
Arts Building — immediate pos 
session 

DOWNTOWN OFFICES — Vari 
ous sizes, reasonable rents. Mod 
ern. air conditioned building op 
posite citv parkade 

RETAIL SPACE — Downtown 
mall, 544 square feet, small shot 
on pedestrian walk through, gooc 
traffic 

mPL 

M0RGUARD PROPERTIES 
LIMITED 

620-880 Douglas 1604) 383-4168 


Approx. 2,100 sq. ft. 
& 300 sq. ft. of office 
space. City indust¬ 
rial district. $700 per 
month. Call: Hans 
Hegen 595-2131 H. 
Hegen Realty. 


WAREHOUSE 

4800 so. <1. at 2.50 sq. tt. NNN. 
GOOD LOCATION SUITABLE 
FOR LIGHT INDUSTRIAL 
BUSINESS INCLUDES. OF- 

^E C 2 E iA R N E , C N E E PT ' 0NAREAAND 
2500 sq. ft locted In Langford — 
Includes offices, showroom area, 
ground level entrance, high cell¬ 
ing. 

if you are looking for retail, office 
or warehouse I'll be glad to be of 
assistance. 

LEONA EDMONDSON 
388 6258 

CEDRICSTEELE REALTY 
206 — 1175 DOUGLAS ST 


GROUND FLOOR 
OFFICE SPACE 
1640 OAK BAY 

1150 sq.ft, large reception area 
and 4 private offices. Carpet, 
drapes and heat included. Mini 
mum 3 vear lease. Goodwyn Man 
age ment Ltd ,388-7923 


FOR LEASE 
OFFICE & RETAIL 
& MEDICAL SPACE 
Now available Please contact 
BEV HIGHTON Of M. GEARING 
at477-7284 

COMPLETE PROPERTY 
MANAGEMENT 
(Div. of D.F. Hanlev & Assoc.) 


215 HAUS, WAREHOUSES 
STORES mi OFFICES 

TO RENT 

PRESTIGE 

OFFICE 

SPACE 

Lower Yates 

New building 3200 sq. ft. can be 
divided into 3 spaces, second floor 
street frontage. $7.50 per sq. tt. 
Newly renovated heritage build 
ing. 1200 sq tt. & 1706 sq. ft 
spaces available at $7.40 per sq 
tt Savings on 1st vear mav be 
considered. For information call: 

G-PLAN PROPERTIES 
385-0991 

PRIME DOWNTOWN 
CORNER LOCATION 
RETAIL —OFFICE 

Excellent exposure in older 
building Owner will remodel 
to suit. Area of up to multi 
pies of 4,000. sq. ft. ideal for 
financial institutions. Medi¬ 
cal, Dental, Accountants. 
Lawyers, malor restaurant 
BILL MCCARTER at 592 3970 
or 59S-3321. 

JACK MEARS 

OAK BAY REALTY LTD 

EXECUTIVE OFFICE 
SPACE FOR RENT 

2 executive offices 

1 board room 

Large reception area 

Private washroom 

General office space 

Coffee room 

Air conditioned 

Drapes and carpets Included 
Elevator service 

2251 sq.ft. 

Further information call 388-4383 
weekdays 9:00am to 5 :00pm 

OAK BAY AVE 

Ground floor office with good 
traffic exposure and easy park 
ing. approximately 1800 sq. tt 
comprising open areas and prl 
vate offices All tastefully dea> 
rated Suitable for accountants, 
legal or real estate Some park 
ing $1350 per month. Rovai 
Trust, 388 4311 

EXECUTIVE OFFICE 
SPACE FOR RENT 
Reception area 

Large executive office 

Small off ice/storage 

Large general office area 

Drapes and carpets included 
Elevator service 

1163 sq ft 

Further information call 388 4383 
weekdavs9-5. 

FINISHEDOFFICE SPACE 
FOR RENT 

Reception area 

Large main office 

3 small offices 

Coffee area 

Drapes and carpets included 
Elevator service 

926 sq.ft 

Further information call 388-4383 
weekdays 9-5 

OFFICE SPACE 
HILLSIDE AVE. 

GROUND FLOOR 

All utilities included in rent witt 
janitorial services Ample park 
mg Approx 600 sq ft and 125 sq 
ft For further informaton. 

388 4434 WILFGEE 388 443^ 
WESTMONT REALTY (1977) 
LTD 

UNFINISHED OFFICE 
SPACE FOR RENT 

1532 soft. 1669 sq.ft 

1167 sq.ft 789 sq ft 

7347 sq.ft. 578 sq.ft 

462 sq.ft 

Some-elevator service 

Further information call 388 438: 
weekdays 9-5 

PRIME RETAIL OR 
OFFICE SPACE 

i?00 sq. ft ot prime space in Ad 
miral Square. 1315 Esquimau Rd 
Landscaped, courtyard, air con 
ditioned. carpeted, lots of under 
qround parking. Immediateoccu 
panev $650 a mo. Hydro extra 
388 5471 Concord 

OFFICE SPACE 

800Sq. Ft. $225me 

600 Sq. F t. Studio Space. 

Small Office $75 me 

1000 So. Ft. unheated at present 
$195 me 

For further details please call 
Mr Anderson382 2 721 or 477 4985 

$250! 

tor ? bright offices In a heritage 
home The offices have been re 
cently decorated ideal for real 
for. accountant, lawyer or busi¬ 
nessman. 2526 Government 
GERRY MARTIN 
Seasprav Properties Ltd 386 3124 

FINISHEDOFFICE SPACE 
FOR RENT 

Reception area 

3 offices 

Coffee room 

Second floor 

1200 sq.ft. 

Further information call 388 4383 
weekdays 9-5 

OFFICE —FORT ST. 

670 sq. ft. in lovelv older heritage 
building Own entrance, bath 
room Pleasant environment 
Rient $6 00 per sq. ft. Net Least 
required 

Call DAVID BlLLINGHAM 
388-6258 

OFFICE SPACE (1) 

Approx 950 sq. tt. $250.00 p.nv 
Location Is bv T & c shopping 
centre Ample parking Contact 

388 4434 RICK KINNIS 477-9394 
WESTMONT REALTY 
(1977) LTD. 

GOLD MIME 

It vou have the desire to start 
vour own business approx 170C 
sq. tt. office space suitable for 
manv lines of professional ser 
vices. 1121 Vancouver Street. $425 
per month. 384-8827 

HIGH QUADRA AREA 

Office space for lease Verv close 
and reasonable. For information, 
call 

STEPHEN EWALD 

477-7291 (Bus.) 385 1213 (Res.) 

D F H. REAL ESTATE LTD 

RETAIL SPACE 

FOR RENT 

1305 sq.ft. 

84 sq.ft. 

Further information call 388-4383 
weekdays 9-5 

MCKENZIE-QUADRA 
Office for Rent 
$193 00 Including all utilities. 
Northern Pacific Realty Ltd 
479-1687 

836 DEVONSHIRE RD .OFFICE 
space, approximately 400 sq.ft (7 
rooms), also suitable for small 
workshop, retail store. A| lte*et 
level entrance $300 month 
Please call 477 662) 

10.000 SQ FT. HEATED GLASS 
greenhouse and service building. 
Central Saanich-. For lease $1. sq 
tt. triple net. Convertible to stor¬ 
age or other use 652 4840 

1,350 SQ. FT WAREHOUSE & 
offio^for sale or lease. Call 

E Y Construction Ltd 652 4461 

FOR RENT RETAIL SPACE. 
1729 Cook St. 1250 sq ft Rent $350 
per month Available Feb lsi 
Phone 385-5637 

WAREHOUSES, 4500-17.00C 
sq.ft. 24' high ceilings. Loading 
docks. Level entries In town. Con 
tact Bruce Story. 382 6042 

WAREHOUSE FOR LEASE. 
Sidney area. 10.000 sq.ft. $2 50 
sq.ft Triple net 656-7201 

DOWNTOWN OFFICE SPACE 
for rent. $70 to $115 per month 
388-4542 

COMMERCIAL SPACE 660 DIS 
eoverv Street. 936 sa tt $450 per 
month. 384-8232 or 384 9865. 

PRIME SOOKE RETAIL SPACE 
available, up to 3000 sq ft 
642 5944 

APPLY 3930 DOUGLAS ST. 

1200 sq.ft., $600 per month 

300 SQ FT OFFICE STORAGE. 
$125 555 Hillside. 598-4174 


C-9 

215 HUIS, WAREHOUSES 
STORES 1*4 OFFICES 
TO REHT 


COMMERCIAL RETAIL SPACE 
2016 Douglas Street. 1300 sq ft 
main, 1140 sq. ft. basement. 
384 8232 Of 384-9865. 


1.800 SQ. FT. OAK ST. WARE 
house and office dock and level 
loading, parking $450.00 per mfh 
Ph 592 3663. 


6000 SQ FT. AVAILABLE IM 
mediately on Fisgard between 
Douglas and Blansnard. 38^7751. 
384 9865. 


2700 SQ. FT. CLEAN DRY STOP 
age showroom, close in, $40C 
month. Heat, light, parking extra 
384-7148 Days 9to 5 P.M. 


SPACE FOR LEASE AT SHOP 
ping centre, ideal for retail busi 
ness. Box 352, Station E. Vic 
forla, V8W2N2 


233 MORTGAGE LOANS 
AND INSURANCE 


1st AND 2nd 
MORTGAGE LOANS 

SOOKE — GULF ISLANOS 
SHAWNIGAN — DUNCAN 
UPISLANO —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 


1ST AND 2NO 
MORTGAGE FUNDS 
AVAILABLE 

* Competitive Rates 

* Repayments to Suit 

For Quick, Courteous 
Confidential Service 
Please call 479-7)38 (24 hrs.) 
GLENGARRY REALTY & 
INVESTMENTCORP 


MORTGAGES 

1st Mortgage loans handled 
quickly and efficiently with flexi 
ble terms and payout privileges 
P R BROWN & SONS LTD 
762 Fort St_ 385-3435 


234 MORTGAGES 
FOR SALE 


1ST MORTGAGES 

Amounts available from $15,000 
and up; returning 16 1 j e «-18°o. In 
terest paid monthly Well se 
cured. For further Information 
call 

RAE INVESTMENTS LTD. 
DEREK GREEN 
388-7891 

240 BUSINESS 
' OPPORTUNITIES 

PORT HARDY 
OPPORTUNITIES 

Port Hardv isoneof B. :.'s tastes! 
growing communitie . Call us 
now for more info on these great 
investment opportunities 
1. Radio Shack franchise plus 
other diversified name brand 
lines of Tvs. stereos, tapes. 
CBs. musical instruments plus 
accessories. Produces an above 
average return Gross approx 
5 million 

2 98 Ac. C2 ZONED located in 
the commercial core on Mam 
Street Here is an excellent lo 
cation for almost anv bjsiness 
venture vou would like 

3. 1 * 2 Ac plus 3-Br moder i home 
located on the junction ot the 
old and new Hwvs Zoned Com 
mercial Cl. 

4 Building completely leased to 3 
Co's. Welding Co., Tire and 
Auto Supplies. T ire and Muffler 
Co. Tire and Muffler Co. could 
be bought Located in Commer 
cial Core on Main Street 
5. Modern Building leased to GM 
Auto franchise Good return. Ip 
cated at junction of old and new 
highway Good return plus in 
come from Shell Oil 
6 Import new and used cars 
Toyoto franchise. Esso gas bar 
also 5 repair bays Several op 
tionson how to purchase 

GOLD RIVER 

3 B-»v Service Station. Esso 
Agreement Gold River Is surging 
ahead Better check on this me 
chanics paradise Excellent fish 
Ing and hunting area Asking onlv 
$150 000. plus stock. 

Al Bull Office Oick Sfrobi 
477 2149 477-1841 477-0450 

BLOCK BROS REALTY LTD 

PROFESSIONAL BUSINESS 
OPPORTUNITY 
Does vour present business or 
profession meet vour financial re 
Quirements, or keep pace with 
inflation’ Does vour work lack 
opportunity or challenge? 

Would vou be interested in a sec 
ond income? Would vou be pre 
pared to spend a few of vour none 
productive hours to develop vour 
own business’ Do vou have the 
"guts - ' to start vour own business 
and be vour own boss’ 

We have the organization to meet 
vour needs, ideal for husband & 
wife team, singles or retires F ull 
training given, very low invest 
menl, tremendous development 
program Not suitable tor tr Iflers 
Send brief information to Victoria 
Press Box 567 

NEW LISTING 


LAUNDROMAT 

Tldv smaller operation in excel 
lent location Ideal pari time situ 
ation. $21,000. ML. For further de 
tails contact 

DENNISL. JAMES 
598-6014 
Pemberton, 

HOLMES LTD. 
384-8124 

_ 1000 Government St 

BEAUTY SALON 
Nanaimo, B.C. 

Well equiped. modern beauty 
salon fbr sale located in flourish 
Ing, modern shopping plaza 
equipment includes 8 hydraulic 
chairs. 6 dryer chairs and two 
styling stations. Equipment, 
leasehold improvements and in 
ventorv included in sale viewing 
bv appointment onlv. Confect 
Mr Peter Lloyd 
LLOYO.DEBECK AND 
PARTNERS LTD 
Trustees. Receivers. Liquidators 
208-435 Trunk Road 
Duncan, B.C 
V9L2P5 
Phone 748-0386 


HOME & 


BUSINESSSITE 

This large well kept 2 bdrm. horn 
is located within the propose 
business section of Langford iv* 
of road frontage with .54 Ac fc> 
cellent potential for home an 
business or move the house an 
utilize the complete property. Fc 
further details contact. 

479^156 ErlcCardy 477-184 
Pager 697 388 546 

BLOCK BROS. 

REALTY LTD. 


BEAUTY PARI 

Woy!d vou like to be Ind 
with a nice clean busirtei 
own? Here's the answer 
station beautv parlor! G 
excellent steadv local cli 
Parking Is a breeze — 
moving up Island Aski 
$18,900 

SHIRLEYOR BARB 
3 8 1-2 2 3 3 
OCEANCITY REALT 

BEAUTtFLLY DESK 
3STOREY 

„ OFFICE BLDG 
Concrete and concrete b 
sfruction. Excellent lot 
Downtown core Appro 
sq ft leaseable space 
Dr , Lawyers, etc Ver 
carry financing at rei 
rate. $785,000 Millie H 
Res 748 9439. Block Bro- 
Ltd. 746 4)75 L120 






































































































































































































































































































































C-10 

240 BUSINESS 

OPPORTUNITIES 


Personal Care 
Home 

For 10 Guests 
$139,500 

Rare opportunity for Qualified 
buyer to en|ov excellent Income, 
plus nice 3 bedrm. living quar¬ 
ters. Lovely character home in 
top condition, close to town In¬ 
formation on personal Interview 
only. Exclusive with 

OAVID SOUTHALL 
477-7291 (Bus.) 65? 1201 (Res.) 

D.F.H. REAL ESTATE LTD. 


GROCERY STORE 
WITH LIVING 
QUARTERS 

An opportunity to own your 
own business and a nice place 
to live, as well. Well equipped 
and very clean store Living 
quarters needs paper and 
paint — large basement. 
Good sized lot wih beautiful 
waterview. Near Sidney. 
Make me an offer on $145,000. 
Call soon EDNA SARGENT 
at 383 2202 or 598 3321. 


BUSY BEE 

One hour cleaners now opening in 
James Bay. $20,000 annual return 
on Investment can be expected 
plus management salary. No ex 
perience required. All training 
provided or staff can be supplied 
Excellent opportunity for owner 
operators or absentee owners 
$35,000 Investment required with 
balance through bank financing 
to qualified buyer. For appoint 
ment please call Bill Marshall 
736-8921 or write Busy Bee Inter 
national Ltd , suite 104, 1687 West 
Broadway, Vancouver, B.C., 
V6J1X2. 


"FOREVER 
In BLUE JEANS" 

Men's and Women's leans and ac 
cessory shoo In modern shopping 
centre In Colwood. Gross volume 
sale in 1979 over $70,000 Great 
opportunity for purchaser looking 
for an Interesting and profitable 
business venture. Information on 
statement available bv personal 
appointment only Asking $57,900 
Including stock. Exclusive with 
DAVID SOUTHALL 
477-7291 (Bus.) 652 1201 (Res.) 
D. F. H. REAL ESTATE LTD. 


Butcher who is not afraid of long 
hours because he knows that as 
his own boss, he Is building an 
already established business In 
C adboro Bay. This leased prem¬ 
ises rents from $300/month and 
shows very good figures. Offered 

Inr ula^UUWVl *41 C 

M NEWMAN ' G DAVIS 

652-4105 384-8075 (Pgr. 234) 

or 477-7291 Anytime 
D. F. H REAL ESTATE LTD. 


TEXAS OIL CORP. SEEKS 
well-established, successful com 
pany as distributor for line of high 
performance roofing products 
manufactured by its Canadian 
Subsidiary. Outstanding growth 
and profit opportunity No prior 
roofing experience necessary. 
We re experts In our field, offer 
mg complete training at our In¬ 
ternational Headquarters at no 
cost. Applicants should have mar¬ 
keting and application capabili 
ties. Contact F. B. Rudy, south¬ 
western Petroleum Corporation, 
Box 789, Fort Worth. Texas 76101, 
Telex 758300 Cable SWEPCO 


APPROX. 

60 ACRES 

Approx l Million F.B M Timber 
Access and Logging Permits 
available also subdivision Plan 
for 5 Acre lots (Approval in Prfn- 
<iple from Regional Dlst.). Low 
tion TOFINO, B.C . Price: $195, 
000 Min $100,000 Down For 
intormatlon: 

PETER PRIMGAARDF.R.I. 

R.l (BC ) 

Seaspray Properties Ltd. 

477-7131 


REAL ESTATE 
INVESTORS 
interested in investing in existing 
apartment buildings for the pur 
pose of holding for appreciation 
as a hedoe against inflation (min¬ 
imum investment $20,000). Nto 
participation required, adminis¬ 
tration by professional manage¬ 
ment. Call or write: 

FRED G. CARVER, 2736 Quadra 
St .Victoria BC., 385-9741. 

Henderson Realty Ltd. 


PLANT YOUR 
FUTURE! 

Here is vour chance to get in on 
the gardening business in Vic¬ 
toria — (the City of Gardens) and 
be four own boss. This business is 
tor sale because of owners other 
interest. Only $34,000. Include! 
equipment Call now: 

GERRYMARTIN 
SEaspray Properties Ltd. 

386 3174 a 


RESTHOME 

A beautifully maintained charac¬ 
ter home in a prestige location, 
fully equipped and updated, 
under Gdvernment license, show¬ 
ing excellent return, large 
owner's suite. Ideal man and wife 
operation, priced to sell at $285. 
000. For further information call 
owner's exclusive agent 

A. J 'ANDY" ANDERSON 
388-6275 Pager 401 
NATIONAL TRUST 595-2121 


PRICE 
REDUCTION 
NOW ONLY $85,000 

This active business MUST BE 
SOLD due to illness Situated in 
plaza, this dry cleaning plant 
earns good living for family op 
eration. Excellent terms on re¬ 
quest. Call FLO MAUGER 
656—6509 or Canada Trust, 
595-5131 


SPECIALTY 

SILKSCREEN 

BUSINESS 

ESTABLISHED—1958 
Indian 8, Arctic craft items on 
textiles. Asking price of $7,000 
includes equipment, designs, ma 
terials and finished stock Ad¬ 
dress Inquiries to Island Cabin 
Crafts Box 1057, Ganges. B.C. or 
phone 112-537-5073. 


OPEN HOUSE 
4418 MAJESTIC 
SUN. 1:30-4 P.M. 

l know you will be Impressed by 
this Strata Duplex, in an area of 
tine homes, with impressive sized 
rooms, a huge fireplace, 3 bed 
rooms, full basement and garage 
this is value at $60,900 
BRUCE HUTCHINSON 479-8429 
HENDERSON REALTY LTD 
385-9741 


VICTORIA 

MOTEL 

Owner says sell this most attrac 
five 24 unit motel Best location — 
Motel Village. One or two bed 
room living quarters, only 10 
years old in “like new'' condition. 
A real money maker On easy 
terms at $480,000. Call LORRIE 
KIRK. 386-2955 or 656 1295. CEN- 
7 URY ?t Mayfair Realty Ltd 


ESTABLISHED PHOTO STORE, 
excellent lease, low overhead, 
ideal opportunity, priced to sell. 
Call 595-4467 after 4. 


EXCELLENT DOWNTOWN 
gift shop needs partner for en 
largement. 765 Fort St. 381-0231. 
595 2328 < 


GROWING LANDSCAPE FIRM 
requires working partner with 
some capital to Invest. Victoria 
Press Box 615. 


JANITORIAL BUSINESS$30,008 
$40,000 yearly range. Victoria 
Press Box 548 


BUSINESS ON ALASKA HIGH 
wav tor sale or trad*. Illness 
forces sale 478 2062 after 6 30 


RESTAURANT BUSINESS FOR 
sale, oood location downtown. 
$38,900 Phone 477-6526. 


240 BUSINESS 

OPPORTUNITIES 


■RESTAURANT 

BESTOFFER 

Fully equipped restaurant locat¬ 
ed In approx. 2900 sq. ft. of leased 
premises In downtown Victoria. 
This business is being sold under 
distress circumstances, must be 
sold bv Jan 31, 1980. Contact 
Larry Vincent 388-0161 between 
8:30-4:30pm. weekdays to view. 

NEGLECTED 

POTENTIAL 

See this lovely older 2-bdrm. 
home with added bonus of busi 
ness with neglected potential that 
needs lust a little exterior work to 
make it glow. Priced low at $82, 
900. 

WALLY KING 388 6275 Pager 741 
OCEAN CITY REALTY LTD. 

Grocery Store 
Fully equipped 

For GROCERY 8, MEAT busi 
ness. Excellent turnover and 
LARGE RETAIL area Priced at 
$35,000 plus stock. Phone VIC¬ 
TOR WONG 592 5454 or 479 6569 
anytime Byron Price & Assoc. 
Ltd 

HARDWARE 

Well established business assq 
ciated with aggressive Canadian 
chain Good corner location, high 
traffic flow, ample off street 
parking. Statements and Infor 
mation to qualified purchaser. 
BobKatzer 382 309? 

Pemberton, Holmes Ltd. 384 8124 
1000 Government St. 

DOWNTOWN BLDG. 

4800 SQ. FT APPROX. TOTAL. 
EQUIPPED AS 75-seat coffee 
shop and bakery Corner close to 
retail-wholesale outlets and 
growing multi residential area 
Could be NIGHTTIME operation 
FRANCES BROWN 5VS-5131 

Canada Trust 

COMPUTER 

PORTRAIT/ 

SYSTEM^ 

Available immetffStelv. complete 
business packabe earns $ $ $ now 
For sale orNlease, Phone 

112-752-3537 afterVp.m. or write: 
Aztek, P.O. Box 612, Qualicum, 

B C V0R2T0. A 

FAST FOOD 

Business. Going concern with a 
oood wholesale apd retail trade 

A real money maker, asking 
price includes land, building and 
equipment Offered at $360,000. 
MLS Further details please call 
anytime. 

477-0191 JACKMOEN 658-5448 
Royal Trust 

LAKEFRONT, HWY LODGE 

Bv Owner — Price reduced; 
MUST Sell — View this Business 
to realize full value and potential. 
Store, Rms, Cabins, Gas and 
CafelLlO- Deeded Acreage, lln,. 
iimnedtakefront Pot.Located 
m Prince George region. Will con¬ 
sider your Real Estate In D.P 
Asking $259,000. Victoria Press 
Box 477. 

$80,000. 

TAX SHELTER 

Buys an income. New coin laun¬ 
dry In Duncan's newest mall 
New equipment allows maximum 
capital cost 

PAT FORBES 386-2682, 381-2233 
OCEAN CITY REALTY LTD 

PUBLIC SPEAKING COACH 
Available Confidentiality 
assured. Executives-Members 
of Parliament-Association 
Members-Salespeople-anvone 
with an important speech tc 
deliver and wants to make an 
impact on the audience. Phone 
384-4842 

WELL ESTABLISHED LADIES 
retail - junior fashions High vol 
ume, situated in excellent loca 
tion in Whitehorse, Yukon, the 
booming north country For more 
details write Victoria Press Box 
566 concerning financing and the 
northern city 

GROCERY STORE 

Excellent Fort St location in new 
bldg $65,000. For details call 
GLENN NICHOLLS 598 7689 or 
HENDERSON REALTY LTD. 
385 9741. 

BE VOUR OWN BOSS 

TV and Radio Technician wantec 
for store and shop Excellent Iq 
cation. Call 

PETER TER VEER 479 1588 
Royal Trust 384 8001 

FLORIST BUSINESS 
Centrally located in high traffic 
area, grossing over $150,000 in 
sales Member of both wire ser 
vices, approx. $5,000 inventory, 3 
year lease. Asking $85,000 firm 
Victoria Press Box 630. 

60 SEAT STEAK AND PIZZA 
restaurant. .Leased premises 
Fully licenced 1979 Sales 
$275,000. Located on Powell 
River's busiest street Asking 
$165,000 Call Kurt 4785-4233 
(483-9882) VERY LUCRATIVE!! 

BY OWNER: SMALL GUEST 
horn? for elderly Colwood area 7 
appliances. Owner 3 bedroom 
suite. Mortgage available, annual 
income $24,000-$28,000. Askino 
$95,000. 474-2513 

DELI AND BAKERY, $49,500. 
Great location on Saanich Pemn 
sula. Good equipment and turn¬ 
over and growing. For Informa 
tion phone after 5:30. 477-5258 ask 
for Mr. or Mrs. Bonn 

FULL OR PART TIME. COU 
oles and individuals for business 
of vour own Local Amway Dis 
frlbutor trains vou for splendid 
opportunity. Phone 381-6086 noon 

3 pm. Monday - Thursday 

EXCLUSIVE DISTRIBUTOR 
available for the Island Records 
and tapes, non-competitive prod 
ucts. First time offered. All Cana 
dian company Victoria Press 
Box 628. 

WELL ESTABLISHED TELE- 
phone answering service com 
pany for sale. Complete with 
radio paging and alarm systems. 

In central Vancouver Island For 
additional details phone 595-8311. 

MANAGEABLE ONE PERSON 
distribution business. Estab 
lished accounts, no overhead, ex 
cellent return. Room to grow 
$8000. 381-5926. 

ISLAND SCHOOL BUS OPERA 
tion. Shows good return for owner 
operator or otherwise on reason 
able investment. Victoria Pres; 
Box 498 

INTERESTING BUSINESS RE 
quires $10,000. returns $2500 inter 
est in 11 months. Investment se¬ 
curity bv inventory Reply 
Victoria Press Box 634 

MAJOR APPLIANCE BUSINESS 
on Salt Spring Island showing 
oood returns, $16,000 plus inven 
tory. 112-537-9501. 

244 REVENUE PK0MRTY 

CAREFREE 

REVENUE 

Centrally located (lust off Hill¬ 
side) Is this well maintained tri¬ 
plex conversion No hassles over 
heating and light expenses as 
each tenant pavs their own. No 
decorating needed, no repair 
needed. Invest in this excellent 
Income property Asking $87,900 
JIM WEBBER 658-5977 

THE PERMANENT 477-0141 

DUPLEX 

SxS 

Good rental area, 2 BR's each 
side, good condition, dble CP. Call 
now. 

JACK HOWES 721-5100 

WALLY MICHAELS 477 4884 

THE PERMANENT 477-0141 

LADIES DRESS 
SHOP 

Very steady clientele, excellent 
lease on a busy street. Must be 
sold as owner's husband has been 
transferred. Asking $35,000 PLUS 
stock. For further details call: 
HEATHER GAMMON 385-8814 
THE PERMANENT 477-0141 

30 SUITE APT 

Adult oriented In heavy demand 
area. 4x2, 24x1, 2 bach, units. 
Easv care, clean building. 

477 8096 JOHN A. JOHN 381-2233 
OCEAN CITY REALTY LTD. 


244 REVENUE PROPERTY 



REnL5Pnn 

E LA WILLS 


PROPERTIES LTD 


846 BROUGHTON 3864454 

WATERFRONT 

SOUTHERN 

EXPOSURE 

CURTEIS POINT 
NORTH SAANICH 
$89,000 


like to be real close tothe water 
and to be a part of water activity 
Just the type of location a archi 
feet loves to work with. All ser 
vices are available on this 20.500 
sq. ft. beauty. 

JOHN F. COLWELL 
388 6454_(592-9828) 


7 SUITE 
CONVERSION 
ROCKLAND 

A conversion that has been totally 
renovated complete with new kit¬ 
chens and bathrooms, carpets, 
separate electric heat and indi¬ 
vidual hot water tanks. There is a 
waiting list tor rentals with net 
rents totalling $19,165. The owner 
has to complete an exterior paint 
ing. Asking $188,900 with $108,000 
of assumable financing at low 
rates. 

CALL NOW! 

RANDY SMALL 
LEE WROBEL 

388-6275 pagers 654, 865 
British American Realty Ltd. 
385-1431 


VIEW DUPLEX 
-- ...character type home. 3 
large bedrooms up, livingroom 
fh fireplace, formal dining 
. . (glass doors fo sundeck) 

kitchen and laundry on main. 
Workshop in basement. 2 bed¬ 
room modern suite is built onto 
side of hbuse. separate entrance, 
rents for\$350 per month. Brand 
new MLSMistfng Large assum¬ 
able mortgage $79,900 view by 
calling * 

ROB ANGUS 47<2703 381-2233 
OCEAN CITY RE7M.TY LTD 

3 DUPLEX' 

1 2 Br SxS Located in Jam£* 
only $71,900. 

2. 3 Br and 2 Br. Located at Glen 
Lake only $77,900. 

3. 3 Br. SxS. Located Mn Sidney 
only $97,500 

For further information call 
RANDY SMALL 
LEE WROBEL 


^ 388-6275 P 
. 385^431 


S 654 or 865 


DUPLEXES IN 
COLWOOD, 
LANGFORD 
AND 

METCHOSIN AREAS 

I have a great choice of S x S, up 
and down duplexes with full base¬ 
ments etc. If vou are in the mar 
ket give me a call anytime. 

388 5464 Komal Dodd 477 1841 
Pager 726 Office 

BLOCK BROS REALTY LTD 


SxS DUPLEX 
3*2 YRS. OLD 
$82,200. 

Western comm area. % acre lot, 
$58,000. 1st. mtg is assumable, 
renting $325 p m per side, future 
potential for 3 lots. 

Jerry Eskes Res. 478-5667 

Pemberton, Holmes Ltd. 
384-8124 

1000 Government St. 


52 SUITE 
APARTMENT 

View location. Large suites 
Gross income approx $170,000 
11'*% financing of approx $850, 
000. additional financing of $150. 
000 available at 12%. Building is 
approved for strata title Price 
$1,350,000 

FREDor JUNE CARVER 
385-9741 595 8664 

Henderson Realty Ltd. 


LEGAL DUPLEX 

Up and down duplex with 
separ.ate utilities and en 
trances, sharino a common 
laundry room. An ideal owner 
occupied situation with 4 bed 
rooms up and large one bed¬ 
room down To make an offer 
on $68,000 Call RON KLIZSat 
383-0497 or 598-3321. 

JACK MEARS 
OAK BAY REALTY LTD 


33 SUITE 
APARTMENT 

Downtown location. Excellent 
condition. 6 yrs. old. Four storey 
tram. All suites above main floor 
with balconies Dover elevator. 
Assumable 11% mortgage. Ask- 

3^ 323V°°RAY MILAN 592-7525 
BLOCK BROS REALTY LTD. 


FAIRFIELD 

REVENUE 

2-1 Bedroom suites. 3-Bachelor 
suites. Full high basement — with 
plumbing plus poss 1 bed suite 
Gross revenue $7,647.00 per year 
MIKE RUSSELL 388 9729 Res. 
NATIONAL TRUST 595-2121. 
24 Hrs 


$198,500 

Downtown commercial property 
with 5,265 sq. ft. leasable space. 
The property is In excellent condi¬ 
tion. Presently being used as a 
motorcycle dealership. Business 
can be bought separately. 

ALEX OR ANITA TAIT 
OCEANCITY REALTYLTD 
381 2233_477-8522 


REVENUE 

Apartment blocks and commer¬ 
cial properties providing positive 
cash flows and hedoe against In¬ 
flation. Small blks of 14 stes and 
larger blks up fo 90 stes. Down 
payments from $50,000. Please 

OLE KNUDSEN 479 2764 

Royal Trust_384 8001 


DUPLEX BY OWNER 
8 year old duplex. Close to all 
amenties. Each side has 3 bed 
rooms, large kitchen, living area 
and laundry space. This house 
has a big lot and Is situated on a 
dead end street. Gross rental $660 
monthly. $89,900. Assume mort- 
gageat 10'4%, $34,000 478-3261 


BY OWNER 
— Queens 

5 suiter 2-2 Br, 2-lBr, suites. 
Fridge & stove in each. Separate 
meters. All rented. Close to down¬ 
town. Income $13,368.00 P. A. Ask 
ing only $106,900.00 Phone in Ed- 
monton 403-434-3929. 


DUPLEXES 
IN NANAIMO 

Excellent rentals. Some CCA 
packages of 1 to 6. Management 
available. Nil vacancy. Call Gor¬ 
don Halkett. 753 7426. Canada 
Trust Realtor, 753-6601, 


8 RENTAL UNITS 

Reduced to $76,000. Potential 
Gross $13,200. $10,000 cash to 
10%% mortgage and small 2nd 
Call 

MONNASNOPEK 
478-5561 (bus.) 478 0915 <res.) 
BLOCK BROS REALTY LTD 


5 BUILDINGS. $89,000 FULL 
price, Parksvllle BC, 1 mile fo 
downtown. Modern 3 bedroom 
bungalow, 2 bedroom house, 3 cot¬ 
tages, thermopane windows, 
yearly rented, low rent, $920 
monthly, excellent tenants, 
$57,000 Credit Union mortgage. 
112-248-2374. 


Bremerton, Washington two 
years old, frame construction. 
Gross annual Income: $23,315. 
Net lease witn annual cost of liv¬ 
ing increase. $250,000. Call J. P 
MENTOR COMPANY, Bremer 
ton, 206-377-6879 


244 REVENUE PROPERTY 


SATURDAY, JANUARY 26, 1980 


9%% MORTGAGE RATES 
Low lumber prices and a severe 
shortage of accommodation guar 
anfees success if you build on my 
Sidney prooerty now. Zoned for up 
to 15 townhouses and ready to go 
Hurry, this Is a unique opportu¬ 
nity. 479-1800. 


OFFICE COMPLEX 
Bremerton. Washington, two 
buildings with 10,000 souare feet 
each, ample off-street parking. 
Gross: $73,800. Price: $700-000 
Call: J. P. MENTOR COMPANY, 
Bremerton. 206-377-6879, 


APARTMENT BLKS 
AVAILABLE 

Contact Bing Richards 388-7868. 
388 5464 Pgr. 732. 

OUNSMUIR PROPERTIES 
LTD. 


GORGE WATE RF RONT, 
legal duplex, '/j-dupiex pays for 
mortgage, fuel and taxes. Large 
existing 10% mortgage Immedi 
ate possession. Owner 38MB91. 


BY OWNER. 4 BEDROOM 
house. 1457 Hillside Electric 
heat, gross revenue approx. $4 
750. $45,900. 479-5116. 


SMITH DOBSON ESTATES 
Ltd. 

Apartment Blocks Wanted 
384 1424 


HEATHERLEE FARM BOARD 
ing kennels, 6.53 acres North 
Saanich. By appointment only 
656-4479. 


FOR SALE BY OWNER OLDER 
up and down duplex with in-law 
suite In basement. Located in 
Fairfield. $89,900. 592-1908 


SOUTH FAIRFIELD. SE JEN 
completely furnished -ultes. 
Gross revenue $12,426 Bv Owner 
$94.S00- 595-8008. 


UP DOWN DUPLEX FOR SALE. 
Rented for $650 $70,000 652-3898. 


245 REVENUE 

PROPERTIES WANTED 

WANTED 
UP AND DOWN 
DUPLEX 

Required immediately for 
cash Any good area All rq 
piles treated In confidence. 
Please contact RALPH NEW 
TON WHITE at 598 3321 or 
592-1981. 

JACK MEARS 
OAK BAY REALTY LTD. 

WANTED 

. _„ tment up to 18 

suites. Good dowhpavment avail 
able. Please phoney 
598-8443 BILLWBJSS 385-7744 
GARDNER REALTY (1979) 
_LTD. 

WANTED DUPLEXES 

We have buyers waning for du¬ 
plexes up to $100,000. V - 
ALEXOR ANITA>AIT 
OCEAN Cl T YHEALTYLUL 
38 T -7733 _477/fSr 


APT.OWNERS 

SINCERE PURCHASERS FOR 
APT BLOCK — UP TO 30 
SUITES, PLEASE CALL 
595-1337 SYLSHUMKA 477-0191 
Royal Trust 


PRIVATE PARTY. 2. 3. 4, 5- 
plex. Good condition. Renovation 
preferred. Large down payment. 
Assumable or new owner financ¬ 
ing. Call collect 206-683-9404 or 
write Victoria Press Box 633 


247 COMMERCIAL OR 

INDUSTRIAL PROPERTIES 


OFFICE BLDG. 

2-storey Bldg, with over 
4000 sq. ft. each floor. Of¬ 
fices, board rooms, 
drafting offices, would 
suit consortium of engi¬ 
neers. Zoned AA-1 Indust¬ 
rial with plenty of room 
for expansion. Over 'h 
acre of land in 2 parcels. 
Possible part lease back. 
Asking $499,000. 

For further particulars 
contact John Barton 
386-7545 (24 hrs ). Island 
Homes Realty Ltd. 


NOW LEASING 
NOW SELLING 

Strata Units 1350 Sq Ft. to 20.- 
000 Sq. Ft. Choose the size vou 
need 831 Devonshire Commerce 
Park. Located close to New Tilll- 
cum Shopping Centre. 

388-4434 ARNOLD MARR 477-6233 

INVESTMENT 

OPPORTUNITY 

Warehouse-Fullv leased on triple 
net. Rental average $41.300/per 
annum till 1983. Asking price 
$425,000. at U’A% 1st mortgage 
$290,000. For further information 
call 

388 4434 ARNOLDMARR 477-6233 
WESTMONT REALTY 11977) 
LTD, 


FOR SALE OR LEASE 

1. Brick one storev (high ceil¬ 
ings) building on busy one wav 
street short distance from 
downtown centre. 7200 sq ft. 
(approx.), cement floor, drive 
through door, good display win¬ 
dows and building appears in 
nice condition. 

2. Very busy location In heart of 
Colwood — APPROVED FOR 
MINI WAREHOUSE PRO¬ 
JECT (none existing in area). 
Traffic count 17 months ago 
32,000 vehicles per day. Almost 
2 acres In a rapidly developing 
area, good level land. $295,000. 
Contact 

MICHAEL BURR 595-2165 

davidburr ltd. 384-9335 



B.C. LAND 

AND INSURANCE 
AGENCY LTD. 


- CORNER SITE 
VIEW ROYAL 

Commercial zoned land offers 
maximum exposure with ingress 
and egress. Great location for 
business requiring on site park 
ina. Not too far from new hospital 
site. Asking $155,000 for land and 


buildi 


ting. 

478 5588 Shirley Wilde 478 2459 


BEST LOCATION 
$36,000 

Don’t miss this chance of a life¬ 
time to be independent in vour 
own plant shop Right downtown 
across from the prestigious Em¬ 
press Hotel. Stock is included, 
rent is reasonable and constant 
high foot traffic make this vour 
oolden opportunity to own a well 
established and successful busi¬ 
ness that vou will be proud of and 
pleased to own from day one. 
RENITH ROBINSON 477-9292 or 
388-6275 Par. # 1430 or MIKE 
SWEENEY 388-5050. CASTLE 
PROPERTIES LTD 386-6164, 


PRIME 

COMMERCIAL BLDG. 

Situated on Douglas St. with 12 
rental spaces. Approximately 8 
years old. 21.682 so ft, in rentable 
area Lot size 58.767 sq ft. ap¬ 
prox. Laroe mtge. at 9’/j% due 
1992. Price S780.000 
„ , BERTCOLES 

Royal Trust_ 384-8001 


DOWNTOWN 

OFFICE BLDGS. 

Both 5 vrs. old, both excellent 
oovt. leases. 3 floors. A/C, eleva 
For, etc. Askino 1,250,000 and- 
1.350,000 Call 595-2059 anytime. 
Pontlex Properties Ltd 


C-7 COMMERCIAL 

% acre property in prime Saanich 
location Ideal for commercial of 
fice space, retail commercial or 
apartments Vendor will assist 
with financing. 

386-3231 MIKE REID 658 8419 
JOHN ADANK 479 8135 


247 COMMERCIAL OR 

INDUSTRIAL PROPERTIES 


OWNERSELLING 

RARE STORE-COMMERCIAL 
CONDOUNIT 
Busy street off Hillside 
Modern air conditioned building. 
Reduced to $57,000. 

Good f inane ino available. 
592-7140 after 6pm 


ESQUIMALT 
Commercial corner lot approx. 
6500 sq. ft. plus 2 bdrm stucco 
bungalow with attached garage, 
assumable 11*.% mtge. Full 
price $56,900. FREDDY STARKE 
595-1175 or 386-6164 CASTLE 
PROPERTIES LTD. 



COMMERCIAL 

Older small vacant house and 
8400 sq ft. zoned commercial lo¬ 
cated at 664 Granderson. Lang- 
ForcJ $62,500 Larry Haddon 
592 7735. British American Re- 
alty Ltd. 385-143L 


$83,500.00 

Four, one-bedroom units in oood 
area with a $50,000 First Mtge. at 
11% due in July 1984. For further 
details call 

_ BILL JENSEN 

Royal Trust_384-8001 


FACTORY OR WAREHOUSE 
ROCK BAY AREA 
ATTRACTIVE — 2400SQ FT 
PAVED DRIVEWAY and YARD 
BLOCK BROS. REALTY LTD. 
KENNETHC. THOMAS 
3M-3231_598-3990 


FOR RENT APP. 960 SQ. FT. 
waterfront commercial shop with 
app. 3000 sq. ft. outside space 
paved and fenced, location Sid¬ 
ney. Available Immediately at 
$750 per month plus utilities. 
656-7286 or 656-2081 


INDEPENDANT INVESTOR 
Seeks apartment block or com¬ 
mercial building, $250,000 to $750, 
000. Central Victoria. Very good 
condition. Send information and 
photo to victoria Press Box 507 


12.800 SQ FT.. TWO LOTS. Ml 
zonino located on Duplin St Ask 
Ing $96,000. Larry Haddon 
592-7735. British American Realty 
Ltd 385-1431 


LOT FOR SALE BY OWNER 
83 99'x 119.75', Vlc West. 1 mile 
from City Hall. 477-5130 after 6 


250 HOUSES FOR SALE 



Mail _..... 

3440 Douglaa 382-8101 

AAV DA V 

- vms wn i-*- 

OPEN HOUSE 

SUNDAY 2:00-4:00 P.M. 
827OLIVER ST. 

Situated on secluded lot close 
to Monterav School, sits this 
nice family home 4-5 bed¬ 
rooms, 2 bathrooms- updated 
kitchen includes fridge, stove, 
dishwasher Must be sold, 
view and make vour offer on 
$79,500.00 of owner's exclu¬ 
sive agent. 

A J "ANDY"ANDERSON 
595-2121 Off 388-6275 

Pager 401 

OPEN HOUSE 
SATURDAY 
2:00-4:00 P.M. 
1041 Empress St. 

Conveniently located on an 
attractive street, this cozv 
bungalow has good sized LR, 
kitchen. 2 BRs and 1% baths 
Pretty 50x128' lot with many 
shrubs and fruit trees. $43,- 
450 

JUNE HOUGHTON 

595-2151 Oft 477-6185 Res. 

OPEN HOUSE 
SAT. and SUN. 
2:00-4:00 P.M. 
7026 Bryrwood 
Court 

"OFF OF WALLACE DRIVE 

BETWEENSLUGGETT 

ANDMARCHANT. 

BRENTWOOD BAY" 

New custom built one level 
home with over 1600 sq ft of 
living area. Many quality fin¬ 
ished features for example: 
sunken living room, sky¬ 
lights, 3 bedrooms with extra 
large master bedroom, 3 
bathrooms, family sized kit¬ 
chen. sound proofed inner 
walls, double oarage, shake 
roof, wood and stone facing 
exterior finish, a large lot on a 
cul-de-sac consisting of 3 
houses $88,900 — owner built. 

LARRY LINEHAM 
595-2121 Oft 595-0134 Res. 

• I Sell Real Estate" 

OPEN HOUSE 

SAT. 8. SUN. 1:30-4 P.M. 
3907 and 3919 CEDAR 
HILL X RD. 

Brand new 3 Bedroom homes 
on good sized lots Asking $82. 

900 and $93,500. Living room 
with fireplace, dlnino room, 
rec. room, 2 bathrooms, wall 
to-wall carpeting. 

3907 has built-in BBQ, Car¬ 
port, 1-level home. 

3919 has Dbie. garage, 2 
storevs, very large lot 
Droo in and sec these tine new 
homes 

HALBARBER 385-4995 

ART EVANS 386-0276 

OFFICE 382-8101 

SECLUDED 

RANCHER 

Located close to the Observa¬ 
tory. 1600 sq. ft., post and 
beam, no step 3 bedroom 
home with a den which alter¬ 
natively could be used as a 4th 
bedroom The master bed¬ 
room Is extra spacious with a 
3 pi*te ensulte, double ga¬ 
rage, its own water supply, on 
•97 acre of treed seclusion. 
$99,500. Exclusive. 

LARRY LINEHAM 
595-2121 595-0134 

Office Residence 

NEARSEARS 

Excellent Modern (1966) Taste¬ 
fully decorated Cathedral en 
trance. Four bedrooms, 3 main 
and one plus rec. rm. in base 
ment. Easy care lot 120' frontage. 
60' deep. 24 hoursziotice to view at 
$68,900. 

JOHN RUSSELL 
386-9574 or Off. 382-8101 

GLANFORD 

CAREYAREA 

At $37,000 Beautiful lots In new 
subdivision, views and trees 
abound. Close to everything. Call 
now to see Exclusive. 

HALBARBER 

382-8101 or Res. 385-4995 

5BDRMS 

$79,900 

Lovely 3 yr. old home In Gor¬ 
don Head, offering 5 Bdrms., 
large living rm Kitchen and 
Rec. Room 2 fireplaces. 2% 
baths, easy care lot, laroe 
sundeck over double carport 
Could also be used as 3 Bdrm 
home with 2 Bdrm. In-law » 
suited Must sell. For more 
Info, please call. 

Subhashsharma 
382-8)01 or res. 479-4933 

SUPERVIEW! 
SUPERQUIET! 
SUPER HOUSE! 

2 yr. old (as new) 3 bedrm 
full basement home with a 
view of Sea and Islands Multi 
built-ins Include — Vac. sys¬ 
tem, Kit. nook, Oven, Range, 
Dishwasher etc. 2 Fireplaces, 

2 bathrooms. Shake roof, Ced. 
Siding and only $95,950 See 
this one vou will like It! Call. 
TED DALE 382 8101 FOR 
APPT. 


250 HOUSZS RM SALE 


3647 SHELBOURNE 477-0141 
LARRY BROOKS—MANAGER 

OPEN HOUSE 
SAT.-SUN., 1:30-4 
458 DRESSLER 

(Off Painter, off Metchosin). New 
3-BR full basement home with 
vaulted ceilings, heatilator FP In 
large LR, EA in kitchen, ensulte 
plumbing off MBR, FP in FI fam 
Hv room, dble oarage, thermal 
windows. 11 %% mortg. available 
up to $69,000 Asking *$76,900. 
EXCL. 

J B (JOT) HOME 592 2130 

JOHN BOYLE 598 7878 

THE PERMANENT 477-0141 

OPEN HOUSE 
SAT., 2-4 
200 REGINA 

2-BR fully renovated and mod¬ 
ernized bungalow plus 800 sq. ft. 
dble oarage and wkshop. Priced 
at $54,900. MLS. For prior view 
ing call 

WALT SLOCOMB 383-4035 

THE PERMANENT 477-0141 

OPEN HOUSE 
SUN., 2-4 
1283 DENMAN 

3 BEDROOMS. $44,900. New on 
the market! Located on Denman 
St., this cute home features 1-BR 
on the main plus 2 BR's up. LR 
with FP. Average size lot. Hurry, 
It won't last. NEW MLS. 
FREDLERCH 479-0428 

THE PERMANENT 477-0141 

,4 BEDROOMS 
FULL BASEMENT 

$64,900. I lust listed this solid 23 
vr. old home featuring 3 BR’s, LR 
with F P on ttve main PLUS 1 more 
BR down. Located on Darwin 
Ave., Town and Country area 
Check and compare and hurry 
before it's sold. NEW MLS. 
FREDLERCH 479-0429 

THE PERMANENT 477-0141 

ELEGANCE 

PERSONIFIED 

$189,000. Panoramic ocean view. 

P xfltinn TiuVv.kKiIa, 4-S RB hnm» 

located on a no-thru sT. in'delight 
ful Cordova Bav. This residence 
features approx 4000 sq. ft. Su¬ 
perbly finished incl. 4 FP’s. 
sauna, vac svstem, intercom, 
sprinkler system. Rl indoor 
swimming pool, dble garage and 
more See for vour self and call 
me today MLS. 
FREDANDNOREENLERCH 
479-0428 

THE PERMANENT 477-0141 
382-9191 

CORDOVA BAY 
OCEAN VIEW 

$139,000. A truly luxurious trl- 
level home with picture ocean 
view featuring over 3000 sq ft. 
finished. Let yourself be sur¬ 
prised by the unique design, 
craftsmanship and quality of ma¬ 
terial and phone me today for an 
appt. to view. NEWMLS. 
FREDANDNOREENLERCH 
479-0429 

THE PERMANENT 477 0141 

382-9191 

UPLANDS 

$199,000 

This Mediterranean styled home 
with its brick arches, vaultec 
cedar ceiling and white rock FP 
In LR features 2750 sq ft on the 
main PLUS 1050 sq. ft. finishec 
down. Located on almost '/j acre 
in the heart of UPLANDS. EX 
CELLENT VALUE HERE - 
Vendor must sell Call today 
FREDANDNOREENLERCH 
479-0428 

THE PERMANENT 477-0141 
382-9191 

3 BEDROOMS 
LANGFORD 

Semi detached. Immaculately 
kept home with 1 % baths, floor tc 
celling rock FP In large LR, sep 
DR. eating nook in kitchen 
Fenced yard A large $43,000 1st 
mortg. at 10%% payable at $381 
pm ASSUMABLE. Asking 
$53,900. MLS. 

J.B (JOT) HOME 592-213C 

THE PERMANENT 477-0141 

9 3 /*% 

POSSIBLE 

2 new homes. Langford area. 3 
BR's, bsmt, thermo windows, 
heatilator FP's $64,900 Call im 
mediately. 

JACK HOWES 721-510C 

WALLY MICHAELS 477 4884 
THE PERMANENT 477-0141 

GORDON HEAD 

Ideal location. 3 vrs. old, 3 BR. 
master ensulte, 1262 sq. ft. on 
main. 2 pee bath and laundry 
room down PLUS Rl rec room 
with FP. Thermopane thruout 
Zone heating. See this. Good 
value at $89,500. View anytime 
with 

LOLh8LOOMFIELD 477-0432 

THE PERMANENT 477-0141 

9 3 A% 

GIVE ITATRY 

Still one lot left In Colwood on 
Quiet cul-de-sac. Will build 3 BR 
tri level split for mid S70.00C 
range Down payment as low as 
f7J500and$610pm. CALL. 

J B (JOT) HOME 592 2130 

THE PERMANENT 477-0141 

$45,000 

4 BEDROOMS 

Good sturdy family home which 
requires some TLC. Good corner 
lot. full basement, FP in LR. For 
further details and appt. to view 
call: 

HEATHER GAMMON 385 8814 

THE PERMANENT 477-0141 




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cook \-\~n 

STREET 

386 7545 * 


cis land 
/Homes 

Ctlltlf 

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OPEN HOUSE 
1:30-4:30 SAT. 

425 RAYNOR 

CHARACTER 
HOME » 

Lovely early nineteen 
hundreds home tasteful¬ 
ly cared for and retain¬ 
ing original dark wood 
work and beams. Two 
fireplaces — separate 
dining room. Two or 
three bedrooms — 60x120 
lot near park and water. 
Wione Bill Palfrey, 
386-7545 or 598-4210. 
Priced at $64,900. 

LAKE HILL 
$72,500. 

Modern 3 bedrm home with large 
livlngroom/dlning room, kitchen 
with dishwasher, two bathrooms, 
family room. Secluded rear yard 
Excellent value. Phone Doug 
Mac K11 lop 384-0308 evenings. 
ISLAND HOMES REALTY LTD. 
386-7545 


250 H0US8S FOR SALE 


BLOCK 
[?]3 BROS 


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CATALOGUE 
OF HOMES 

WATER AND 
MOUNTAIN VIEW 
OPEN 
2-4 SAT. 

On Vj acre lust two years old, vou 
will find a real energy saver. 
Thermopane, 6" and 8" celling 
Insulation. % inch oak In OR, LR 
and hall. Look out vour windows 
across Haro Strait to Mount 
Baker 1880 sq. ft., full basement 
R.I., W/RI Heatilator FP and fin 
ished 3 pc. bath Zone conrol OHW 
heat LR has a glass door beat i la 
tor FP. 1773 Orcas Park Terr. 
ML. 

Al Bull Office Dick Strobl 
477-2149 477-1841 477-0450 

GORDON HEAD 
REDUCED $89,900 
very spacious family home In 
quiet subdivision development 4 
bedrooms. 3 baths, 2 fireplaces, 
family room and room for more 
development Call me for viewing 
and information. 

10'/4% MORTGAGE 
$2,500 FREE 
if you qualify for government 
pranf. This Is a small cottage 
type, no step, home in Burnside 
area. The bonus is a 10%% mort¬ 
gage due In May 1982. Price re¬ 
duced to $42,000 for quick sale. 
Hurry call me now! 

GORDON HEAD 
HOUSE WITH 
IN-LAW SUITE 

House with enough room for laroe 
family or downstairs may be used 
as in-law suite. Uptairs 3 bed 
rooms with fireplace. 1V» baths, 
downstairs another fireplace in 
the living area and lots more. 
Priced at $79,900. 

3 BEDROOM 
IN-LAW SUITE 

Custom built house in Langford 
area offers 3 bedrooms, fireplace 
and l' j baths upstairs. Down¬ 
stairs It has a 3 bedroom in-law 
suite Large assumable mortgage 
at 12% Priced reasonably at $71.- 
900. Call me now! 

METCHOSIN AREA 
9%% MORTGAGE 

.4Jrif>C un !-'» nl*M.*iul l ot r 

experienced builder build vour 
dream home in his lot of over 
17000 sq. ft Price in 80s depend 
Ina on vour plan. Trade vour pres 
ent home Act now the mortgage 
money won't last too long. Call 
me anytime! 

388-5464 KOMAL DODD 477 1841 
Paoer No. 726 Office 

MOVING 

Are vou moving 25 miles or more 
to a new lob? If so vou mav be 
entitled to deduct your moving 
expenses, including real estate 
commission from vour taxable 
income. For Information call 
477-8009 Bob Kershaw 477 1841 
Paoer 388-5464 # 804 Office 

NEW HOMES!! 

Exciting and prestigious proper 
ties set In North Gordon Head 
Entertain, relax-and take pride in 
vour new home Vaulted cedar 
celling, double enclosed oarages, 
a fireplace in vour library! All 
fully landscaped. $102,900 
$115,000 To View Call 
477 8009 Bob Kershaw 477 1841 
Pager 388-5464 # 804 Office 

’WE TRADE HOMES" 

HIGH GORDON HEAD 
Lots of space for the whole fam 
ily. A large separate dining room 
for entertaining. Family room off 
the kitchen and-a games room 
downstairs. This S-bedroom home 
is situated on a quiet cul-de-sac. 
Price$120,000 Exclusive. 

477-0073 Linda Tomal 477-1841 

NEW LISTING 
LANGFORD 

Superb finish Delightful 2-BR no¬ 
step bungalow. Extensive re 
modelling and redecorating, 3 
years ago 1450 sq. ft with large 
sunken living room, California 
sandstone fireplace, built-in bar, 
extensive brickwork. 10'xlO' bath 
with sunken tub. second bath with 
shower. Built-in dishwasher, Jen 
naire range, new cabinets. Over 
Vjof an acre $59,500 

Dave Vogelgesang 
388 5464 477-1841 

Pager No. 760 

OPEN HOUSE 
SATURDAY & SUNDAY 
1:00-4:00 

10005 CHICORY PL. 

Delightful custom built and spot 
less family home on large corner 
lot close to Elementary School 
Three bedrooms. 3 baths, full 
basement with laroe rec. room. 
1275 so. ft., laroe entry hall, sun¬ 
deck off kitchen Landscaped lot 
with rock pond, flower oarden A 
beautiful home, lovingly main¬ 
tained $69,900 

Dave Vogeloesang 
388 5464 477-1841 

Pager No. 760 

TRANQUIL ACRES 
LOG HOME 

Delightful, loo home on 5.72 treed, 
quiet and very private country 
acres. 8-vear-oid large and super 
blv-constructed home features 
delightful entertainment size liv¬ 
ing and dlnino rooms with peggeo 
oak floors, massive feature wall 
rock fireplace, country-style, 
dream kitchen with built-in BBQ. 
Laroe sundeck, partly covered, 
overlooks pleasant back oarden 
Acreaoe is mostly level, has 
small outbuildings, workshop, 
and a large, cleared area suitable 
for gardening or orazing. 
$139,000 EXCLUSIVE. ^ 

Dave Vogelgesang 
388-5464 477-1841 

Pgr. #760 Office 

SUPERB QUALITY 
VS acre 

Entertainment style sunken llv 
ing room with feature fireplace. 3 
bedrooms plus a den 3 baths, 
drive-in garaoe Finished Rec. 
room with flreolace. Deliohtful 
large master bedroom with bal 
cony overlooking private back 
lawn. Walk-in closet plus ensuitc 
bath with shower 2856 sq. ft. Fin 
ished on three levels. $84,900. Ex 
elusive. t 

Dave Vogelgesang 
388-5464 477-1841 

Pager 760 Office 

ARBUTUS 

MODERN CHARACTER 
HOME 

4 BEDROOMS 

A 2 storey, 4-bedroom character 
residence overlooking a beauti 
fully wooded area in Arbutus. 
Gordon Head Reception hall, 
large living room with brick fire¬ 
place. dining room, equipped kit¬ 
chen with adjoining family room. 
Master bedroom with 3-pce en 
suite. 3 bathrooms. Full base¬ 
ment. Completely fenced back 
garden. Double oai'aoe EXCLU 

TEDWALFORD 
RESIDENCE (24Hrs.) 

OFFICE OFFICE 

598-1420 477-1841 

EVENING STROLLS 
THRU 

BEACON HILL PARK 
If that tickles your fancy. This 
fi»me may be for you. Completely 
renovated with new plumblno and 
wiring, this 2 or 3 bedroom home 
features w/w carpeting, large 
dining room, with living room on, 
plus an eating area off the kit¬ 
chen 1 full bath on main with 
extra bedroom and utilities down 
stairs. All of this situated on a 
good-sized lot with sep. garage. 
Try vour offer on $67,500. 

KEVIN WENSLEY 
477-1841 (bus) 477-4489 (res) 

BLOCK BROS. REALTY 

THE BEST SELLERS 


250 HOUSES FOR SALE 


BLOCK 
(2) BROS. 


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CATALOGUE 
OF HOMES 

MARGARET BAY 
SUPERB SWIMMING 
POOL, COURTYARD 

Situated on a quarter ot acre oar- 
den In an exclusive area of Gor¬ 
don Head, a superior 3 bedroom, 
split level residence with a fourth 
bedroom on the lower level Full 
entrance, living room and dining 
[91*2 rich,v carpeted Spacious 
kitchen with breakfast room. 
Family room with fireplace. 3 
bathrooms, 2 fireplaces, Games 
room, enclosed courtyard. Mao 
nlflcent 50x23 swimming ano 
complex, full air- 
conditioning. EXCLUSIVE. EX 
CELLENT 10% FINANCING. 
$139,000 

TEDWALFORD 
Residence office 

Office 477 1841 

598-1420 ( 24 hrs.) 

HIGH GORDON HEAD 
30' SWIMMING POOL 
90x142 GARDEN 

On over a quarter of an acre 
9*cdSC ln a Quiet area of 
GORDON HEAD An IMMACU 
LATE bungalow with 3 bedrooms 
op the main floor and 2 more in 
the full basement. Spacious living 
room with fireplace, dining room 
inline, and a totally modernizec 
kitchen with breakfast room ano 
adjoining family television al¬ 
cove, 2 bathrooms. Full sundeck 
Workshop and separate office 
with garden entrance. 30x15 
above ground swimming pool Oc¬ 
cupancy to suit. EXCLUSIVE. 

’ TEDWALFORD 
Residence (24 hrs.) 

Office Office 

598-1420 477-1841 

10 MILE POINT 
SECLUDED RANCHER 
1.8 ACRES — 2LOTS 

A one-level. 3 bedroom plus den, 
custom-built residence set in a 
bright and airy clearing in a 
beautifully treed 1.8 acres (2 
lots). The sunken living room tea 
tures a massive stone fireplace 
with a 52" fire box The master 
bedroom bath consists of 5 pieces 
including a magnificent sunken 
tiled tub. An 18 toot kitchen with 
built-in appliances and spacious 
breakfast area with an adjoining 
family room. Attached double ga 
rage A luxurious home designed 
(or tranquil living In a most at 
tractive and secluded setting in a 
iwe'itigtoos «9ea- Q f f w e U ai $ 20 8 . 
000. For further information on 
this EXCLUSIVE listing, please 
call. 

Ted Walford Office Bill Remple 
5^fl 1420 477 1841 658 5794 


C-10 

250 HOUSES FOR SALE 


FOR SALE 



JACK MEARS 
OAK BAY REALTY LTD. i 





2194 OAK BAV 


Where Trust Is 
The Basis Of All Business 

MOUNTTOLMIE 

First time on the market for 
this immaculate and well 
looked after 3 or 4 bedroom 
family home situated in the 
much sought after Richmond- 
Mount Toimie area A roomv 
kitchen complete with appii 
ances; sundeck off the dining 
room; oood sized lot, and a 
full, high and dry basement 
complete with drive in ga 
rage A recently installed 
shake roof tops this well built 
home, all for the asking price 
of $75,900 For further infor¬ 
mation and to view please call 
DENNIS BERRY at 598 3321 
anytime. 

EXECUTIVE 

RETIREMENT 

BROADMEAD 

t evel entrance Ranch style 3 
edroom home. Architec¬ 
turally designed for comfort¬ 
able livino. Family room of 1 
well planned kitchen. Living 
room with decorative slate 
fireplace. Private, sunnv 
patio Easv care garden Ex¬ 
cellent value at $115,000 jn 
this area of quality homes 
See this exclusively with 
BETTY MCFARLAND 
658-5927, GIBBY McLEOD 
598-2264 or Office 598-3321 

SUPER BARGAIN 

Immaculate, no-step, 2 bed 
room home with fully fenced 
lot in Colwood area Warm 
cedar panelling in living room 
plus used brick fireplace 
Large modern kitchen with 
bright dining area. Asking 
only $44,900 BILL 
McCarter at 592-3970or of¬ 
fice 598 3321 

2 BEDROOM — $29,500 
Great seaviews from this 
spacious 2 bedroom condo on 
Sooke Basin waterfront. Very 
affordable for a low cost in¬ 
vestment 

4 BEDROOM —$52,900 

Drive bv this 1575 sq. ft. home 
located at 1770 Fernwood then 
call me to find out about the 
large 11Vj% mortgage avail¬ 
able to Qualified purchasers. 
New MLS. 

NEW HOME—$83,900 

This gorgeous new home qua¬ 
lifies for 9*4% mortgaoe pro 
gram. Located off Seabrooke 
Road In Central Saanich. This 
1500 sq. ft. West Coast con- 

temporary, nosteo home al 
fdras convenience, prestige 
and waterviews from this 
quiet location. Hurry for 
choice of colors for paint and 
carpets. MLS. 

93/4%, 9 3 /4%, 93/4%*! 

2 acre lot ready tor buildino 
situated close to Rcc Centre 
in Shawnigan/MIII Bav area. 
9%% money available for this 
package Asking $22,000. 

2 BEDROOM — $49,900 

Foreclosure sale of this 1022 
sq. ft., 2 bedroom home, full 
basement, corner lot. handv 
man special. Drive bv 359? 
Calumet, then for above and 
other llstinos please call me 
for prompt attention DAR¬ 
RYL YOUNG at 388-5464 
paoer 526. 

CLOVERDALE 
STREET 
IN-LAW SUITE 

An older home that needs 
some tender loving care 3 
bedroms on main, living- 
room, dining room, laroe kit¬ 
chen, wired for washer and 
dryer 3 room in-law suite up 
Full basement, Parking at 
back from small lane. Asking 
$59,900 Please call PHYLLIS 
COUTTS at 388-M63 or 
598-3321. 

GLANFORD AREA 
In-law suite or'3 extra bed 
rooms In a full h'Qh base¬ 
ment. This home it only 6% 
vears old in beautiful condi¬ 
tion, 3 bedrooms on main. 
Living room, dining room and 
laroe kitchen with eating 
area Rec. room. 2 bath¬ 
rooms, 4 pee and 3 pee. Large 
lot. This is a must for vour 
viewing pleasure. Please call 
PHYLLIS COUTTS at 
598-3321 or 388-9563. 

Member 

Relocation Services Canada 


$64,900 AT 9 3 4% 

3 bedroom, full basement. Gold- 
stream area Call K. McKay 
Builders, 479 8462 


OPEN HOUSE 
3825 ASPEN PL. 

SAT. 1:30-4 p.m. 

DELIGHTFULLY DIFFERENT 
You and vour family will love this 
two year old contemporary. Situ 
ated In a quiet cul-de-sac In the 
Cadboro area. It was designed bv 
one of Victoria's outstanding ar¬ 
chitects Asking $144,000. MLS 
For Information or immediate 
viewino, please call 
477-0191 JOHN LUND 384-9279 

2865 KNOTTY PINE RD. 
SAT. and SUN. 2-4 P.M. 

WORKING MAN'S HOME — 
THINKING MAN'S PRICE. Be 
first to view this solid, oood condi 
tion. clean, 3 bedroom, full base 
ment home on 72x124 lot. Family 
(large) size kitchen, rumpus 
room, separate garage, fenced 
yard. Call now for previewing. 
Asking only $55,900. MLS. 44165. 
477-0191 SYLSHUMKA 595 1337 

2378 CADBORO BAY 
RD. 

SAT. & SUN. 1-4 P.M. 

Do come and see this lovely stuc 
co bungalow of two bedrooms, 
dining room, living room and kit 
chen up plus a 3rd bedroom, TTu 
dor style recreation room and 
workshop down. The asking price 
of this well-built and conveniently 
located home in Oak Bay is 
$74,900. Your host 
477-0191 RON SEDGER 477-5945 

849 VERNON 
SUNDAY 2-4 P.M. 

$45,000 

or 826 VERNON 
$85,000 

VIVIAN ROBERTS 
477-0191 477-0281 

SAT. 1:30-4:00 
1425 BAY ST. 

Good ’ol time livin'. 2 storev older 
home, oood condition, with 1 
bedrm. suite in bsmt. L.R ha* 
F P . D R with built-in buffet, 
nicelv carpeted Large eatinc 
area In kitchen with appliance* 
included. Asking $59,500. Quick 
possession If needed 

LOLA CLARK 
658-5877 or 384 8001 

SAT. 1:30-4:00 
1465 LANDSEND ROAD 
E xp e n si v el v construc t ed cys t on- . 
contemporary Must be sold- be 
cause of vendor's transfer 
Priced very close to assessec 
value and irreplaceable at $155. 
000 if vou appreciate quality 
uniqueness and seclusion, come 
Saturday and see Inside this to 
tally different residence on 7 
acres secluded property with see 
olimpses 

JESSIE MCGRATH 
479-3982 or 384 8001 

DEAN PARK 

Attractive 6-month-old 3-bed 
room contemporary split on land 
scaped 1/3 acre lot. $115,000 
MLS 

477-0191 ROB FRASER 477 1062 
GALE ROBERTSON 
477-0191 477-7047 

CAPE COD CHARM 
SOUTH OAK BAY 
One level no-step collage located 
lust blocks from the Undersea 
Gardens Featuring a cosy livinq 
room with fireolace and leaden 
glass bookcase. Shuttered d 
nette. 2 bedrooms plus two under 
the eaves. Secluded cement pat>o 
with workshop This exclusive 
won't last and askino only 
$71,500 

VIVIAN ROBERTS 
477-0191 477-0281 

ROCKLAND RANCHER 

Attractive 3 bedroom plus Den 
home in prime area with very 
private back yard Living room 
with FP, dining room and kit 
chen includes appliances. Extra 
features include oil hot heating 
system, double garage and sprln 
kler system $117,000 
MRS MARILYN WOODWARD 
477-2722 Of 384 8001 

ONLY 

$47,900 

Rents going up! New listing small 
bungalow close to transportation, 
schools. shoDpmo. etc.,- 2 bed 
rooms, living room with t P. 
large Kitchen Roof, gutters, wir 
mg and plumbina updated plus 
in-law bachelor suite, in full base 
ment. Drive bv 4058 Carev Road 
Please don't disturb tenants — 
for appointment to view call 
M4_S 44337. 

JOHN MORRY 
592-9770 or 384-8001 

GORDON HEAD 

Spacious quality built 3 bedroom 
home on a quiet cul-<1e-sac set on 
an extra large completely land 
scaped lot with young fruit trees 
and garden. This great family 
home can be yours for $96,900 
For appointments to view call 
KELLY CHRISTIANSEN 
385-5336 (ho.) or 384-8001 

LANGFORD — 
GOLDSTREAM ® 

Four Year Old. three bedroom 
bungalow, L shaped living, dinino 
room. Extra large kitchen, one 
and one half bathrooms, full hioh 
cement basement with lots of po¬ 
tential for development. Single 
carport with extra parking on a 
fully fenced lot. Asking $69,500 
MLS. 

CHES tfAYS,721-3727 or 384 8001 

$57,900 

Excellent two bedroom older 
home re-located on new high con¬ 
crete foundation. Spacious living 
room with fireplace Pleasant 
outlook Excellent value at 
$57,900. Call "The McGregors" 
384-8001 or 477-3675 (res.) 

THINKING ABOUT 
MOVING TO 
VICTORIA? 

Drop us a line and we'll be 
pleased to send you our Real 
Estate Market Information Kit, 
No Obligation The McGregors. 
Royal Trust Real Estate. 201 -3400 
Douglas St., Victoria, B C. V8Z 
3LS. 

CENTRALSAANCH 
$62,900 

Excellent value, only 2 vears old. 
Approx. 1250 sq. ft. Ground floor 
entrance spacious LR with FP. 
DR, convenient kitchen, 3 bed 
rooms and 4 pee bath Great 
basement ready tor development 
Great Strata Duplex on 5 acre 
lot Assume big It.5% mortgage 
Call 

PETER TER VER 
479-1599 or 384 8001 

JUBILEE AREA 
$69,900 

3 bedroom, full basement 1700 
sq. ft., big M.BR. Spacious dining 
room, call 

PETER TER VEER 479-1588or 
AL MATEO 477-5120 or 384 8001 

COLWOOD LAKE 
ESTATES 
QUALITY RANCH 
STYLE 

3 bedroon home facing golf course 
(back to front). The rnanv fea¬ 
tures include: 

—sunken living room 
—FC fireplace 
—6 zone HW heat 
—1 full and 2 half baths 
—Seo. dining room plus parti¬ 
tioned breakfast area on kit¬ 
chen. 

—over 1600 sq. ft. 

—double garaoe (drywalled, in 
sulated and heated) 

—shake root 
—stucco and brick ext. 

—sep. garden shed (wired) 

—FP $98,400. (New MLS) 

RAY SMITH 479-7777or 384-8001 































































































































































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250 HOUSES FOR SALE 


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ftO««IKS irO BfAUC* 

1911 QUADRA ST. 389-3129 
1175 NEWPORT 5*5-3151 
1677 POPLAR 477-7131 


SAT. and SUN., 2-4 

FEELSLIKE HOME 
when vou walk in. This 3-vcar-old 
CEDAR SPLIT LEVEL proudly 
•yts o« a Quiet GORDON HEAD 
cut de sic. LOVING CARE has 
been given this LARGE family 
tiome 3 bedrooms. GRACIOUS 
Living Room with BAY window 
and BRIGHTLY well designed 
kitchen. Step down to the FAM 
ILY room high-lighted bv a full 
BRICK fireplace for COSY winter 
FUN A double garage and pri¬ 
vate PATlO at the back make this 
a home to PLEASE the whole 
family! 

Offered at $106,900 
1743 JEFFERSON 

(off Torquay) 

RALPH LEVY 
7?I 3346 

OPEN SAT., 
1:30-4:30 
1001 Trailwood 

ans from Emily C( 

Royal Oak Drive 

Value, Elegance 
and Location 

Located on a ouief street In vic¬ 
toria’s beautiful Broadmead. the 
lot is large, treed and backing 
onto a nature path which ensures 
privacy ELEGANCE abounds in 
this spacious, family home of 3 
bedrooms, den, 3 baths , family 
room (A MUST TO SEE THE 
INSIDE) VALUE — It has loca 
bon, style, warmth and yes an 
I ' mortgage due in 1984 This Is 
the RIGHT home, the RIGHT 
location and the RIGHT price. 
$129,900 BUY THIS' 

CALLME' 

SPENCERLEE 

386-3)24 598-0061 

OPEN HOUSE 
SUNDAY, 11-2 
3959 Bethel 

lake Jolly St. off Glanford to 
Bethel PI S76.500 — buys peace 
and quiet . 3 vrs old. ML 44)28. 
ROBERT FARRELL 
386 3124 

JUBILEE 
AREA 


$49,900 


Located on a NO THRU Street is 
this PLEASANT FULL basement 
home The CLEAN interior tea 
tures a COSY corner BRICK fire¬ 
place and SPACIOUS Dining 
room which could be made Into a 
second bdrm LOW taxes and an 
l ASY care lot make this WORTH 
VIEWING 

THE MARTINS 
477-7050 

BOBFARRELL 
W. SAANICH RD. 

1 65 ACRES — 4 BDRM HOME 
LARGE GRE E NHOUSE 
FENCED COMPOUND TO 
GUARD YOUR VEHICLES 
BOBFARRELL 386-3124 

GLANFORDAREA 

IMMACULATE 3 BDRM, FULL 
BASEMENT HOME. 3 BATHS. 
LARGE SUNDECK AND BACKS 
ONTOGREENBELT AREA 

SHELBOURNE 

3 BDRM, BASEMENT HOME IN 
NEEDOF ALITTLE T L C 
BOBFARRELL 386-3124 

FERNWOOD 

? BDRM COTTAGE ON LARGE 
LOT READY TOMOVE INTO — 
VERY NEAT AND PRETT Y 

LAKE HILL IN-LAW 

MODERN 3 BDRM HOME WITH 
LARGE 2-BDRM IN-LAW 
SUITE SUNKEN LR AND DR 
PRIVATE PATIOS FOR BOTH 
LIVING AREAS SEPARATE 
ENTRANCE ANDDRIVEWAYS 
ENSUITE IN MASTER BDRM 
UP 2 SETS OF APPLIANCES 
PLUS W D HIGH $80’S. VIEW 
EXCLUSIVELY WITH: 
BOBFARRELL 386 3124 

BOBFARRELL 

NEW IN 
Gordon Head 

—Contemporary design 
Sunken Living Room 
-Heatilator fireplace 
3 bedrooms 
—Patiooft Kitchen 
these are just a few highlights 
Schools. Parks and Recreation 
Centre are very convenient 
Offers invited on $85,900 MLS 
JACK REDMOND 
477-7131 592-IS40 

$29,900 

CORNER LOT 

Finlavson and Cook, ready for 
vou to build vour NEW HOME 
Vendor savs sell $29,900 
THE PRIMGAARDS 595-0306 
or 477-7131 

WATERFRONT/ 

VIEWCONDO 

One bdrm. 830 so. ft Dallas Rd . 
covered parking, GOOD VIEWS 

5-17.500 

THE PRIMGAARDS 5950306 
or 477 7131 

HAVE LOTS 

WILL BUILD to suit, sorry can 
not sell lots alone, but will build 
YOUR DREAM HOUSE for you. 
FOR MORE INFORMATION 
CALL: 

THE PRIMGAARDS 595-0306 

SPLITLEVEL 
ACT NOW 

9 3 /4% 

Choose vour Plan for this lot. Call 
mp at once to fake advantage of 
this Govt program to qualified 
purchasers 

SPENCERLEE 

5980061 386-3124 

SIDNEYSPLIT 

$64,900 buys this great 3 level dble 
< arport. shake and Cedar sided 
home. Fatn Rm off kitchen. 
c*trj plumbing AND MORE 
DOUG POSKITT 477 7131 


NEW HOME 
JUBILEE HOSP. 

Yes, $79,900 buys this brand new 3 
bdrm. full basemenf home 2 
blocks from the Hospital For 
more mfo call: 

DOUG POSK ITT 477 7131 

THETISLAKE 

9 year old 3 bdrm Contemporary 
with 5 appliances and drapes - 
ONLY $64,300. Call rpw 
DOUG POSK ITT 477 7131 


250 HOIISCS FOR SALE 


Almost Ready 

3000 sq ft home — 4 or 5bdrms in 
high Gordon Head area Fam 
room oft kitchen. 3 bathrms. 2 
I Ps,’ocean and mountain view, 
close to everything. Well priced 
at$)46,500 Call me to view 
RALPH LEVY 721-3346 


FIRE SALE 

OUR WATERVIEW fire sale is 
still available, but not for long 
Call RALPHor PETER 477-7131 


?EBSPBHV 


PflOPWTltS LTD / RlAlTOfl 

1911 QUADRA ST. 386-3124 
1175NEWPORT 595 3151 
1677 POPLAR 477-7131 

SALT SPRING 
WATERFRONT 

2 or more acres on approx. 250' of 
sandy beach, facing the noon sun 
and the snow covered Olympics 
$50,000, owner will help finance — 
TRY US. 

PETER PRIMGAARD 5954)306 
RALPH LEVY 721-3346 

or 477 7131 

WATERFRONT 

$85,500 

Choice Cordova Bay location with 
SUPERB VIEWS of the Islands 
and the Straits This cute 2-bdrm, 
900 sq. ft. cottage is ideal for the 
young couple who appreciate 
scenery and tranquility. 

OOUG POSKITT 477 7131 

CUSTOM BUILT 
OCEAN VIEWS 

Several homes In various stages 
of development, from hole In The 
ground to nearly finished Please 
call for details, plans, prices, etc. 
TRY YOUR HOME INTRADE. 
RALPH LEVY 721-3346 

10’/4% FINANCING 
Split Level 

Central Saanich location, nearly 
2000 sq ft. 4 level split, Vj acre lot. 
28 ft deck, 2 Floor to Celling FPs. 

3 baths, MUCH MORE Can't 
LAST AT $89,900. 

RALPH LEVY 721 3346 


895 Fort St. 385-7744 

ROYALOAK 
RANCHER 

This 23 year old 3 bedroom home 
Is just like new it has recently 
been totally decorated with new 
carpets, doors, fixtures, roof and 
putters Nothing to do but move 
in. 1 he home is located on a large 
lot with pastoral views, vel only 
10 minutes from city centre 
Close to shopping, bus service 
Ideal for people who don’t want 
stairs, plus $45,000 at n% mort 
gage. Asking $76,900 To view 
phone: 

385 7744 BRIAN COUTTS 598 2405 


FRI. and SAT 


730 BOWLSBY PI 


home plus-self-contained one bed 
room suite Older home fully up 
dated and in excellent condition 
Oil forced air with additmal wood 
burning unit attached — Low 
heating costs! Priced to sell at 
563,900 For prior viewing please 
call 

ART STREIGHT 

385 7744 388-6275 PGR 882 


STARTER 

RETIREMENT 

SPECIAL 

Great little house in a oood area 
close to buses, schools, shops — 
neat and clean with a oood as¬ 
sumable mortoaoe — what are 
vou waiting for’ Call me today 
for private viewing of this new 
exclusive at $54,900 
385 7744 DALE BRIGGS 592 3978 

CORDOVA BAY 
DELIGHT 

A great family home on a quiet 
culdesac with waterviews and 
beach access just half a block 
away 1 Main floor features L- 
shaped LR/DR with FP, largo 
kitchen (eating area), 3 bed 
rooms, r ? bathrooms, large sun- 
deck. Lower floor has family 
room with another fireplace, rec 
reatioh room. 4th bedrooms. 3 
pee bathroom, laundry and 
workshop Large yard backs onto 
agricultural land and has beauti 
ful picnic area with flrepit for 
barbecues $84,900 MLS 
385 7744 DALE BRIGGS 592-3978 

BEAUTIFUL 

BROADMEAD 

Contemporary styled home ad 
joining over 2 acres of Broad 
mead Park with too many tea 
tures to describe 1 Vendor will 
carry over $100,000 at l)’ , inter 
est to good covenant! ASKING 
$149,000 and open to otters MLS 
385 7744 DALE BRIGGS 592-3978 

THINKINGOF 

SELLING? 

I have buyers now for family 
homes in the Uplands, Oak Bay. 
Fairfield areas If you're thinking 
of moving call me today for a 
confidential interview and free 
market evaluation of vour home 
385 7744 DALE BRIGGS 592 3978 


OPEN 2-4 WKEND 
1605 BURTON AVE. 

Nr Sears, Hillside, quality split- 
level. 3br master enste., 1200 sq. 
ft Asking $69,000. Make an offer. 
595 1670 


FAIRFIELD 

$99,500 

Modern executive with revenue, 
large 11%% mortgage Bv 
Owner No Agents please Tc 
view 388-7819 


LJ 

WESTMONT 


REALTY 


388-4434 


9%% MORTGAGE 
Possible if you move quickly or 
this exceptional lot (zoned R 2) 
Located on beautifully treed city 
cul-de-sac. Call owner/builder 
now tor participation, details Or 
outright purchase. 385 7005 


COLWOOD. QUICK SALE, 
clean and spacious. 3 bedrooms, 
living room, sunderk off dining 
room, stone firepiarc, laroe kit 
chen, full basement, large lot neat 
Recreation Center and facilities, 
568,000 4 78-7990 


PRIVATE TWO BRENTWOOD 
Bav seaview homes on large lots 
One split level styling with as 
sumablc 10*4% mortgage. Other 
new custom home, many tea 
tures Priced to sell. Particulars 
652 3802 


I j DUPLEX FQR SALE. LIVING 
room, kitchen, three bedrooms. 

I I -i bathrooms, kitchen and living 
room carpet Residential side lot 
and workshed at back. Askinc 
$41,500 Phone after 6. ask for 
Mrs Collins. 478 6963 


LANGFORD 

3-bdr, FP. 1 1 duple* Lease op 
tion. Boat or car as down pav 
ment Owner transferred 
478 9406 


COLWOOD 

3 bedrooms, l' j baths. 2 fire 
places, nicely finished rec-room 
$72-900 478 /772 weekdays after 
4pm 


BEAUTIFUL RENOVATION BY 
owner. Fairfield. Walk to work 
Block to ocean 3 bedrooms. 3 
bathrooms, den, large living 
room, dining room, fireplace 180 C 
sq ft Garage. $95,000 382 542) 


250 HOUSES FOR SALE 


OCEAN CITY REALTY LTD. 

990 FORT ST 301-2233 

5199 RAMBLER RD. 
OPEN SAT. 2-4 
An unique home — featuring 3 
bedrooms, 1V» baths (ensuite has 
shower) vaulted ceiling In living 
room, fireplace, large kitchen 
with built ins. formal sep dining 
room — leaded glass windows, 
plus a full undeveloped basement 
— built In 1972 this is the best buy 
In Cordova Bav — Full Price 
$89,900 (MLS). 

R. W. RHODES 

381-2233 or 479-9241 

OPEN HOUSE 
7929 PATTERSON 
Sat. and Sun. 
1:30-4:00 

PRICE REDUCED TO 
SI 19,000 

MUST BE SOLD 
Lillian Adams 362-6602 

OPEN HOUSE 
12-7675 E. SAANICH 
Sun. 1:30-4:00 

Nice family oriented town house 
with 41.900 assumable mortgage 

* Full Price $51,900 

KAREN BARCLAY 388-627 


CEDAR HOME 

ON SECLUDED 
12 ACRES 
OPEN SAT.-SUN. 
1:30-4 

1490 KANGAROO ROAD 

A home vou have to see. Located 
on a sunny clearing on 12 acres. 
Features 7 heatilator fireplaces, 
custom cabinets, family room, 
separate dining room, 3 baths, 
built in vatuum. double garage 
and much more. Drop in Sat. or 
Sun. and see or phone for appoint¬ 
ment Take Sooke Rd. to Kan 
paroo and follow the signs — Vj 
nour to town — Asking $139,900. 
MARILYN MOORE 382-8015 


1028 McGREGOR 
(Off Oak Bay Ave.) 

1:30-4 P.M. 

SAT. and SUN. 
SWEEPING CITY VIEWS 
—CUSTOM 2400 SQ. FT. OF 
LUXURY 

—GOURMET KITCHEN. *FOR 
MAL DINING ROOM. 3 BED 
ROOMS. 3 BATHROOMS 
— ENTERTAINMENT ROOM 
WITH WET BAR 
—SUPERIOR LIGHTING EF¬ 
FECT-ELEGANT! 

-ASKING $135,000 YOUR HOST 
ESS — BARBARA arid SHIR 
LEY OCEAN CITY REALTY 
LTD. 381 2233ANYTIME. 


4431 WILKINSON 
SAT. 1:30-4:30 

NORTHRIDGE 

MORMON CHURCH 
Country living in the city with 
vour own trout stream and *4 
acre rolling land. The home tea 
tures 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 
super laroe living room and tarn 
ily room opening to patio and 
above ground pool. The one stall 
barn and out building is in excel¬ 
lent condition MLS $94,500 
STEVE SALAGA 388-6275 Pgr 663 

OPEN HOUSE 
SAT. AND SUN 2-4 P.M. 
1930MAYFAIR DR. 
QUALITY HOME 
$115,000 

Offering the finest in location 
High views immaculate home, 
beautifully landscaped 3-BR and 
den on main floor. Family room. 2 
full baths Private patio off cosy 
den. Exclusive. 

PAT FORBES 386-2682 381 2233 
OCEAN CITY REALTY LTD. 

CORDOVA BAY RIDGE 
Four or five bedrooms 10 Yr old 
4 level split in excellent condition. 
Three bathrooms, family room 
with beautiful fireplace adjoining 
kitchen Double carport, nic&' 
treed 96x130 lot Separate gamei 
room, over 2500 square feet 
Shake Roof. New exclusive listing 
at $109,500 

BEN GREIG 598-3105 381-2233 

NORTH OAK BAY 
A SUPERB HOME IN 
APRESTIGE AREA 

4 bedroom split level with 3 bath 
rooms (1 ensuite) Large front 
room has beam ceiling and cor 
ner fireplace Roomy kitchen 
with breakfast nook and built-in 
appliances and sliding doors to 
dining room Immaculate hard¬ 
wood floors throughout with some 
wall to wall carpet. Large family 
room with, sliding glass doors to 
enclosed patio Double carport 
and 3 patios. Situated on a large 
lot with manv oak trees and 
shrubs close to the university and 
the Uplands golf course. Only 
$119,000 Exclusive with 
BEN GREIG598 3105. 381 2233 

NOTRAFFIC 

l year old contemporary home on 
a cul-de-sac, backs directly onto 
park Cedar exterior, large llv- 
Ingroom with heatilator F.P., 
family room and much more. 
This is a fine modern home for 
family living, priced at $73,900 
i aroe assumable first mortgage 
at 12%. Brand new M.L.S. Call 
right away. 

ROB ANGUS 474 2703 

OFFICE 381 2233 

HIGH VIEW 

Brand new split level, HUDAC 
warranty, heatilator F.P , all 
thermopane, laroe view lot. as 
sumable mortgage at 11 % of 
S54.000 S74.900 full price — Try 
vour offer. Try your downpa 
ment Call 

ROB ANGUS 474-2703 

OFFICE 381 2233 

Looking for Something 
Different? 

$64,900 

Here it is,. Tudor design with lots 
of living space Laroe formal din¬ 
ing room. Adjoining spacious liv-r 
ing room with corner fireplace. 2 
beautiful greenhouses. Good size 
lot 60x120. Just listed. 

PAT fORBES 386-2682 381 2233 

$115,000. 

Mayfair shops Distant water- 
view 3 BR and den Small 7% 
mortgage Immaculate home 
Separate dining room. Fully de 
veioped basement 2 full baths. 
PATFOR8ES 386-2682 381-2233 

$69,900 

View Royal. 4 bedroom. Full 

basement. Large lot 

PAT FORBES 386-2682 381-2233 

HUGE LOT 
UNIQUE HOME 
GORDON HEAD 

$120,000 

l dare vou to find a home this 
different, sitting in Gordon Head 
on a lot this big (Nearly ',4 acre) 
and the home boasting of over 
2300 SQ. ft of luxurious living. 
Quality everything, plush carpets 
throughout, sunken beamed and 
cedar living room, large family 
room oft kitchen. formal, dining 
room, 3 big bedrooms. 3 big fire¬ 
places. intercom, vacuum sys¬ 
tem. and cisco lights I could go 
on but If you are looking for the 
best buv In Gordon Head look no 
further — Call me Right away 
Diane 381-2233 or 388-6275 Pager 


250 HOUSES FOR SALE 


SATURDAY, JANUARY 26, 1980 

250 HOUSES FOR SAU 250 HOUSES FOR SALE 


OCEAN CITY REALTY LTD 

990 FORT ST J01-2233 


NEW HOME 

Split level over 1.600 finished sq 
ft. — 3 bedrooms, 1Yj baths, fam¬ 
ily room, heatilator flrepace. dble 
garage. $54,000 11% mortgage 
Priced to sell at $74,900 
R W RHODES 381-2233 479-9241 

MARIGOLD 

$63,900 

l just listed this spacious 3-bed¬ 
room, 1300 sq. ft home In the 
Marigold area. Close to St Jo¬ 
seph's School. Gigantic living 
room. Modernized kitchen, base 
ment and 1 -bedroom in law suite 
with separate entrance. Laroe lot 
66x132. Excellent condition. Tt's a 
bargain and It won't last at 
$63,900 Call now 

JIM GILL 

381-2233 478-0008 

STARTERS 

Your choice of over 52 homes 
from 1 to 5 bedrooms, downpay¬ 
ments start as low as 1 dollar, and 
payments ffom $290 per month 
For full details: 

R.W RHODES 381-2233 479-9241 

SPLIT LEVEL HOME 
$93/900 

Built in 1979. Fully landscaped. 
3-bedroom, 3 bathrooms. Family 
room. Excellent financing In 
au/et cul-de-sac. Gordon Head 
View exclusively with 
PAT FORBES 386-2682 381-2233 


Castle 

PROPERTIES LTD. 


OPEN HOUSE 
SAT. 1-3 

522 SPRINGFIELD 

$41,500 with fantastic financing 
This 2-bdrm , nobsmt. strata du 
plex unit has an assumable 1 st 
mtge. of $35,000 at 11%% and car 
ries for $353/mo. Comfortable 
living with vour private paved 
drive and yard for what it costs to 
rent Don't miss this opportunity 
Listed exclusively with PAUL 
PETERSON. 384 2835 Of 386-6164, 
CASTLE PROPERTIES LTD. 

SOUTH OAK BAY 
OPEN HOUSE 
SAT. AND SUN. 
1:30-4:00 
2074 

LORNETERRACE 

Situated on a 65x140 ft lot with 
uninterrupted viewsof Shoal Bav 
and the Straits., this four year old 
home will charm you oft vour 
feet. Just some Of its features 
include: 

—20x21 ft. family room with wet 
bar and floor to celling granite 
fireplace. 

—17x25 ft. recreation room ready 
for anything, and plumbed for a 
hot tub; 

—Four king sized bdrms. two 
with ensuite plumbing; 

—Almost 4.000 so ft. of beautiful 
Iv finished living area. 
—Excellent financing. 

This superb South Qak Bav resi¬ 
dence is now offered at $142,000 
This price is $13,000 less than the 
assessed value, so act quickly on 
this one! Phone PETER 
VINCENT 595-4375 CASTLE 
PROPERTIES LTD .386-6164 

OPEN HOUSE 
SAT. 2-4 

1554CRESTMONT 

Majestic to Edoemont and Ran- 
gemont Lovely 3 or 4 bdrm home 
on quiet cul de-sac Rec rm with 
fireplace. Kitchen with eating 
area Living room with fireplace 
and in-line dining. 4 pee bath and 
3 pee 3n-suite. Come, look and 
make vour offer on $102,500 
RENITH ROBINSON 477 9292 or 
388 6275 par 1430. CASTLE 
PROPERTIES LTD 386-6164 

NEW!! 

$71,900 

Be sure to see this carefully de 
signed family home on quiet cul 
de-sac oood location and close to 
schools. Attractive L.R., fire 
place and w/w, 3 bdrms, 2 baths 
Room for further development 
down For appt to view call 
MARGUERITE GIST 721 5220 or 
CASTLE PROPERTIES LTD. 
386-6164. 

BLENKINSOP 

_Tvely Western Contemporary 
family home. Many features in¬ 
cluding skylights, 2 fireplaces, 
shake roof, family room, 3 
bathrms, double garage on over 
11,000 sq. ft. lot bordering a park 
Brand new 5 vr Hudac Warranty 
priced at S105.000 FREDDY 
STARKE 595-1 1 75 or BOB 
KOHLRUSS 656-0085 or CASTLE 
PROPERTIES LTD. 386-6164. 

VIEW ROYAL 
$73,900 

Located on a box 163 lot this resi¬ 
dence boasts of 3 bdrms, kitchen 
with dining area, large 4 pee bath 
and L.R. with brick corner fire¬ 
place. The full height bsmt fea¬ 
tures a rec rm with wet bar Ex 
cellent assumable financing 
available. Call quickly on this 
new MLS Asking $73,900 BOB 
KOHLRUSS656-0085or FREDDY 
STARKE 595-1 175 CASTLE 
PROPERTIES LTD 386-6164 

ESQUIMALT 

3 bdrm white stucco bungalow. 
New kitchen and bathroom fix¬ 
tures approx 3 vrs ago Fully 
fenced lot, good garden space 
Priced to sell at $46.900. 
FREDDY STARKE 595 1175 or 
386-6164 CASTLE PROPERTIES 
LTD. 

LAKEHILL 

$65,900 

Brand new 3 bdrm bungalow with 
carport, LR with fireplace, dining 
room. IV, baths. Take advantage 
of 9V% mortgage if you qualify. 
Occupancy around mid April For 
more Information call FREDOY 

lltT^P^ynlsl^.' 75 

YOUR OWN HOME 
YOUR OWN LAND 

Sooke area, lust under V, acre lot 
with a 3 bedrm double wide Over 
1.000 sq. ft., shed and workshop, 
electric sauna complete with 
shower stall. Great garden soil. 
Buy the lot and mobile home or 
separately. $51,800 total price. 
PAUL PETERSON, 384-2835 or 
386 6164. CASTLE PROPERTIES 
LTD. 

IMMACULATE 

$62,900 

Located close-in oft Goroe Rd 
this home is In absolutely excel¬ 
lent condition Approx. 1,060 sq. 
ft with two good-sized bedrooms, 
living rm. with brick F.P , 4-pce 
bath, large kitchen with sundeck 
off and full height basement Wir¬ 
ing and plumbing redone within 
last two years Take the time to 
view this home — you'll be 
pleased yeu did. For appts to 
view please call FREDDY 
STARKE . 595-1 175 Or BOB 
KOHLRUSS. 656-0085. Off 
386-6164 



Glengarry 
Really & 
Inreitmenl 
Corporation 


BEAUTY AND 
THE BEST 

,608 - Clltlwood Place Cratlv 
manship and Space. Df ive bv and 
calLfor an appointment M.L.S. 

Don MacGillivrav 
658-5135 

Glengarry Realty 
479-7138 


BLOCK 
[tj) BROS 


See Our Weekly 
BESTSELLERS 
CATALOGUE 

INVESTMENT 

PROPERTY 

Corner lot has 9600 sq ft. Existing 
three 2 room light housekeeping 
units bring nice Income A good 
builder could add two suites. Of¬ 
fered at $63,900. 

386-3231 KEN THOMAS 598-3990 

LOVELY MOBILE HOME 
Eight rooms, two full baths, fire¬ 
place. all appliances. 1344 sq. ft. 
Only $46,900 

386-3231 KEN THOMAS 598-3990 

SPACIOUS 3 BDRM 
CONDOMINIUM 

1 op floor, corner suite with ocean 
glimpses, steps to shopping and 
transportation. Children wcl 
come. $42,000. To view please 
call 

ROSA SIEGENTHALER 
386-3231 478 8788 

488 NELSON ST. 
SAXE PT. AREA 
Start the year in a new, older 
home that's had a lot of tender 
care and attention This lovely 2 
storey, 3 bdrm home offers ample 
living space, approx 863 so ft on 
main and 696 sq. ft up Large lot 
with combination greenhouse and 
storage, ideally located to all 
amenities on a quiet street. 
$63,900. To view please call 
ROSA SIEGENTHALBR 
386-3231 478 8788 

SAANICH AREA 
QUALITY HOMES TO 
BE STARTED SOON — 
CALL NOW AND GET 
IN ON THE 9%% B.C. 
MORTGAGE WHILE 
THERE IS STILL SOME 
AVAILABLE CON¬ 
TACT US NOW FOR 
CHOICE OF DESIGN. 
DON 8, SHIRLEY 
MILLS 

386-3231 479-0570 

NEWON MARKET 

SAANICH EAST 

New spilt level In popular Lake- 
hill subdivision has attractive 
wood siding, bav window and car¬ 
port, Ground level has family 
room, utility room and roughed 
In 3rd washroom. Quality carpets 
throughout and brick heatilator 
Included. $89,900. 

DON & SHIRLEY MILLS 
386-3231 679-0570 

F.AI RFI ELD/OAK BAY 
BORDER 

Charming no-basement home of 
exceptional warmth designed for 
the working couple or people who 
like to travel ♦ very convenient 
kitchen with 5 appliances plus 
garburator. vaccuflow and inter 
com A lovely floor to ceiling 
white stone FP divides living and 
dining rooms. The low mainte¬ 
nance yard has a secluded gaflo 
and the BONUS — Sea and Moun¬ 
tain views $92,500. 

DON & SHIRLEY MILLS 
386-323) _ 479 0570 



RCALTOR 


UPLANDS CLASSIC 

Class, warmth, charm In a family 
oriented home wide halls, large 
rooms, super location for the 
growing family built in 1967, with 
5 BDR. 3 bathrooms. 3 fireplaces, 
over 4000 sq. ft on 2 levels Of 
itered Exclusively at $194,500 Call 
for personal viewing DOUG 
ROSS 477-7121 or 477-0975 

CHRISTMAS HILL 

Light up vour life and Inspect this 
gracious, spacious 5 BDR con 
temporary cedar and shake home 
on view lot Double garage, sun¬ 
deck plus many extras Asking 
$149,000 W. LATIMER 477-7121 
or 6S6-235S 

OPPORTUNITY, 

OPPORTUNITY 

Two workhorses and 1 modern 2 
BDR home on approx 20,000 sq 
ft of prime land 6 blocks from 
City Hall. 

1. 11 unit rooming house grossing 
approx $1450 per month. Ask 
ing $78,500 

2. Large well maintained 4 BDR 
home grossing approx. $620 per 
month. Asking $72,900 

3 Neat modern 2 BDR home 
could rent for $450 per month 
Asking $68,500 

Try your offer on any of the 
above or the whole package. 
DOUG ROSS 477 0975 or ALMA 
BRECHERT 598 4 0 20. Office 
477-7121. 

NEW LISTING — 
BROADMEAD 

Quality and soaciousness are evi¬ 
dent in this executive home de¬ 
signed for family living. Situated 
on a raised Vj acre lot. this home 
features a gracious entry with 
free-standing staircase. 5 BRD. 3 
baths, games/sewlng room, den 
with wet bar, LR and family rm. 
both with beautiful rock FPs 
Unique kitchen equally access¬ 
ible to family dining rm and for¬ 
mal dining rm. Over 3800 so ft 
of exceptional value $149,500 
MLS JEANNE CAVAYE 
477-7121 or 598 6954 

distinctive Cape 

COD HOME 

F ine 2 storey, full basement home 
situated on quiet cul-de-sac in 
Gordon Head 2’ i vrs. old, 4 BDR 
with over 3400 sq. ft finished liv¬ 
ing area Large LR with feature 
floor to ceiling rock FP, sep OR. 
spacious family rm oft kitchen, 
rec rm with FP down plus much 
more. Large assumable 10%% 
first mortgage. $169,900. MLS. 
DENNIS FERRILL 658 8636 or 
DAVE SHERMAN 595-7990. 
Office 477-7121. 

CEDAR HILL 
Full basement, 3 bedroom home 
— living room, dining room with 
built in buffet Large lot with fruit 
trees and greenhouse $74,500. 
DENNIS FERRILL 477-7121 or 
658-8636. 

COUNTRY LIVING 
Exceptional executive family 
type home with over 5400 sq. ft. 
Four bedrooms. 3 baths, family 
rm with FP, rec rm, den, sauna 
Situated on 9 ac. MLS. $199,500 
DENNIS FERRILL 477-7121 or 
658-8636. 

CUSTOM BUILT 
CHALET HOME 

Legal duplex, close to town over¬ 
looking Gorge Vale Golf course 3 
BDR, LR with FP, dining room 
with 1 BDR suite downstairs. Ex 
cellent revenue potential $82,500 
DENNIS FERRILL 477-7121 or 
658-8636. 


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OPEN HOUSE 
1722 CARNEGIE 
(GORDON HEAD) 
SAT. 1:30-4:30 

FIRST TIME ADVERTISED, 
this family home offers 5 
bdrms . 3 baths. LR with FP, 
kitchen with eatino area, DR. 
Its location is convenient to 
all schools, playgrounds, 
shopping, and busline This 
exclusive listing Is offered at 
$87,500. Your host: 

386 211IGARY RESTELL478 6987 





477-7291 
L. A 


D.F.H. Real Estate Ltd. 

,M9 McKENZ* »VC 

MILLHILL 
OPEN HOUSE 
Sat. 1:30-3:30 
419 Atkins Road 

A French-Provincial with a large 
living rm, and full basement with 
rec. rm The rear yard and patio 
(oft dining rm.) faces park area 
and yard. Shopping, golf club, 
and recreational facilities are all 
within a 5-mlnute drive. Elemen¬ 
tary school Is only two blocks 
away. For appt. to view this 
listing, call 

MICHAEL KENNAUGH 
477-7291 (BuS.) 386-2150 (Res.) 


SATURDAY 1:30-4 
1434 TAUNTON 
$52,500 

Hurry and be the first to see this 
clean and cozv l .--storey stucco 
home featuring 3 bedrms.. family 
rm., or dining rm., super modern 
kitchen, wall-to-wall carpeting, 
utility rm , and a fenced lot with 
shrubs and fruit trees A great 
family home close to all levels of 
schools MLS. 

F RED Ol E LEMAN 
477-7291 388 5464 (Pgr. 556) 

OPEN HOUSE 
Sat. Sun. 1:30-3:30 
400 Culduthel 
1 Left 

Off Boleksin Rd. 

Only l unit remaining! This de¬ 
luxe unit has everything you 
could want Living rm with acorn 
fireplace, dining rm. galley type 
kitchen with eatino area, 1% 
baths, utility rm., storage rm. 
Extra features are: quality W/W 
throughout, thermopane win¬ 
dows, heavily insulated, 3 coats of 
scrubbable latex paint through 
out. 200% parking facilities, all 
this so do come and view for vour 
future 1980 plans! $47,800. in At¬ 
tendance : 

D SOUTHALL 652-1201 

LORNE BARR 383 5484 

Prime Gordon Head 
Seaviews 
Cul-de-Sac 

HOUSE + LOT 

A charming tudor-style home 
with 4 bedrms, l'/j baths, large 
LR has cosy FP and W/W, spa 
cious separate DR. modern kit¬ 
chen opens out to sundeck taking 
advantage of views The extra lot 
has services in, many shrubs. 
Only 2 houses on this quiet cul- 
de-sac. Hurry to call for viewing. 
MLS. 

ELFIE JEEVES 
477-7291 (Bus ) 477-6257 (Res.) 

JUST LISTED! 
LAKEHILL 
2 BRS/BSMT 
$65,900 

Looking for something SPECIAL 
m this price range? We've found 
It! Living room with FP and W/W 
over hardwoods large, MOD 
ERNIZED kitchen with BUILT- 
IN dishwasher, good eating area, 
excellent cupboard space, sliding 
doors from Master bdrm. to PR I 
VATE sundeck. high bsmt with 
drive-in GARAGE Super, 50x158 
lot Located within easy walk to 
shops and bus. Don't be disap 
pointed! Call NOW to view this 
new EXCLUSIVE listing with 
DONNA FOSS 

477-7291 384 8075 (Pgr 504) 

A "First" For You 
Just $57,500 

950 sa. ft. of charm and sparkle is 
this 2 bedrm. home that boasts 
handcrafted cupboards, a bright, 
bright kitchen, a dining rm. for 
guest, thermopane patio doors, 
and a drive-in oaraoe. And on a 
65"xl24' lot. MLS. Call me now. 

LILLIAN WILSON 
477-7291 384 8075 (Pgr. 979) 

Exclusive 
Oak Bay Border 
Newly Decorated 
$61,500 

Hurry! view this 3-bedrm bun¬ 
galow Nothing to do but pull up 
vour chairs around the See^Fire 
fireplace and relax! The wood 
supply is in for the winter Walk¬ 
ing distance to rec. centre and 
shopping. Toviewcall 

VIVIAN PELTON 
477-7291 384-8075 (Pgr 139) 

942 Loch Glen PI. 

3 Bedrms. Plus Den 
Only $57,500 

Take vour family to the country. 
Enjoy the quiet location at the 
end of the cul de sac next to Glen 
Lake Only 1% years old. Excel 
lent low assumable mortgage. To 
view, call 

VIVIAN PELTON 
477-7291 384-8075 (Pgr. 13?) 

VACANT 

Large 13 vear old home with four 
bedrms and two kitchens ideal 
for in law suite Sitting on Vj acre 
of land In Central Saanich. Views 
of Mt. Baker and surrounding 
countryside Asking$85,900 
Michael Newman Gary Davis 
652-4105 384-8075 (234) 

or 477-7291 Anytime 

RETIRE 

to a neat, NO-STEP HOME with a 
level lot. 2 Bedrms, living rm, 
dining rm, bright kitchen, ga 
rage This home is FULLY 
ELECTRIC, FULLY INSULAT¬ 
ED. Make this a definite “MUST 
SEE” with me. V7.500. MLS. 

tricia Parker 

477-7291 Anytime 

OAK BAY Border 
CHARACTER 

Character, high ceilings, im¬ 
maculate condition. Beautiful 3 
bedrm home with large living 
and dining room Easy care lot 
with fruit trees Looking In this 
area? - a Must to See! Exclu¬ 
sive. $74,900 

PATRICK SKILLINGS 


477 7291 384-8075 <Pg71204) 

I be disappointed 


P.S.: You won't b 


SPACIOUS 

And beautiful Is this two year old 
home in Central Saanich over 
looking valley views which are 
part of the agricultural land re¬ 
serve. Over 1800 sq ft. of com¬ 
fortable living tor you and your 
loved ones. 

$40,000. Mtge. 
at 10% 

MLS^*) 80 0tfered at M5 ' 900 - 

MIKE NEWMAN 652-4105 

GARY DAVIS 384 8075 ( 234) 
or 477-7291 Anytime 

$49,900. 

2 bdr bungalow $ 
lot with separate garage i 
... ■ .- —• shopplr 


Spacious 2 bdr bungalow on large 
lot with separate qaraoe Close to 
all schools and shopping. Clean 
and up-dated, this one won t last 
long with low assumable mort¬ 
gage. MLS. CAII now 

ADELLA DAVIS 
477-7291 (Bus ) 477-1031 (Res.) 

or 384-8075 (Pgr. 1159) 


250 HOUSES FOR SALE 


BOORMAN’S 

□ .12 F«1 *. 

2M9 Mtn l.r .1 

59S-1MS 

MOtIU. HmSTW.T M. 110. 

OPEN SAT. and SUN. 
1:00-3:30 

3181 MONNINGTON 
PLACE 

OFF GLEN LAKE RD. 

Set on a pine treed lot, a three 
bedroom family home to please 
even the most fastidious home 
owner. Master ensuite, Jordan 
River slate fireplace In living 
room, separate dining area, a 
fine kitchen with built In break 
fast nook, quality cabinetry and 
dishwasher. The lower level In¬ 
cludes a laroe entrance hall, fam¬ 
ily room with fireplace, laundry, 
workshop area and storage. A 
most attractive home. $69,900. 
MLS 44442. 

LESLEY BARTON 
Off. 595-1535 Res 595-2447 

OPEN FRI . and SAT. 
2:00 to 4:30 
1871 TAYLOR ST., 
LANSDOWNE SLOPE 
$67,000 

An excellent no-step, retirement 
home situated on an attractive 
street near the bus stop. This 
well-cared-for, no basement 
home has 1179 sq. ft — spacious 
living room with fireplace — two 
large bedrooms - huge kitchen 
with a Fisher fireplace and an 
adjoining eating neok (or small 
dining room) utility room off kit 
chen — separate garage. An ex¬ 
cellent buy. 

IAN BOORMAN 

Off . 595-1535 Res. 592-3335 

NEWLY LISTED 
JUBILEE 
2 BDRMS./BSMNT. 
$49,900 

Completely redone! a home with 
large living room and dining 
•’I 101 ” kl 'r'wt. stove 
included, low taxes. Located on a 
40 xl05'lgt. MLS 44384 

GORDON AOAMS 
Oft. 595-1535 Res. 592-13353 

SECLUDED ESTATE 
AN ENCOUNTER: 

With a one ot a kind home which 
improves with age. This centen¬ 
nial home has been completlev 
redone from the inside out, and 
all the work has been done on the 
same plan as the original There 
are 5 bedrooms, 4 baths, laroe 
living room, formal dining room, 
library, billiard room with the. 
original Burl and Watts table, 
conservatory and large foyer 
with sweeping open staircase 
Located on 5 acres of land and 
secluded bv various ornamental 
trees and shrubs. There Is a large 
barn with stable area, chicken 
house, plus another barn all In 
renewed condition, all In keeping 
with the idea of a gentleman's 
farm. This marvelous home 
otters a truly delightful life style 
and Is offered for $279,000 Plus a 
very practical 10%% mortgage 
due in 1983 For a private showing 
to this EXCLUSIVE, please call: 

GORDON ADAMS 
Off. 595-1535 Res. 592-1353 

THE TIME IS NOW!! 

If you are thinking of buying a 
new home there will be no time 
like the present I have the fol 
lowing on offer Call me 595-1535. 
JOHN JENKINS 388-S464 Pager 
582 

1 WATERFRONT — $295,000 
120' of waterfront over looklno 
Yacht Club. Family home of 5 
bedrooms. 3 bathrooms, den. 
rec. room, study, billiard room 
and heated pool. Beautiful 
views from D R. Kitchen Den, 
Master bedroom and Guest 
Bedroom. This can be seen by 
appointment only. 

2 2 MILE CIRCLE OF CITY — 
$115,000. Brand new home of 3 
bedrooms, 2 bathrooms Living 
room, dining room and kitchen 
look over golf course towards 
Oak Bav. Basement entrance 
which is for development as re¬ 
quired Quality built and a 
sound investment. Appoint¬ 
ment to view. 

3 CHARACTER DUPLEX — 
$12,000 Rarely Is a property of 
this calibre available in Oak 
Bay, expecially in this much 
saught after residential area. 
Recently modernized kitchens 
and bathrooms. Two bedrooms, 
each floor, separate entrances 
Upper floor rented t $500 per 
month. Attractive and ultra 
modern. Lower floor retains 
original character, ideal in-law 
situation. Appointment to view 
All these are quality and desir 
able. Call to discuss: 

JOHN JENKINS if 
Off. 595-1535 388 5464 Paoer 582 

DELUXE TOWNHOUSE 
ROCKLAND 
$119,000 

The nicest townhouse and nicest 
location in Rockland. The South 
and West exposures give vou sun¬ 
shine all day and there is even a 
large private garden. A quality 
home featuring — living room 
with fireplace — extra large din¬ 
ing room — spacious deluxe kit 
chen with eating area and adloin 
ing utility room — three 
bedrooms — three bathrooms 
You will be impressed with this 
new listing, 

IAN BOORMAN 

Oft 595-1535 Res 592-3335 

DELUXE 
FAMILY ROOM 
$106,000 

imagine a super deluxe kitchen 
with an adlolning family room 
that Is 20 ft. long and features a 
massive brick fireplace and slid¬ 
ing glass doors onto a sundeck In 
addition there is a den (or sewing 
room) and utility room oft the 
family room. Other features are: 
— extra large living room and 
dining room — three bedrooms — 
three bathrooms — double ga 
ragg—abasement — You will be 
irr»press«Kwlth the Quality and 
functlonaydesign of this Semi 
West-xod$t Contemporary de¬ 
sign. 

IAN BOORMAN 

Off. 595-1535 Res. 592-3335 

OAK BAY 
LARGE 

HOME-DUPLEX 

Prime residential area. Walking 
distance to Oak Bav Village 
Easily could be converted to one 
family home 

OWNER SUITE 

Approx. 2400 sq ft., consists of 
living room with bav window, 
fireplace, very large family room 
with fireplace, guest size dining 
room with built-ins, family size 
kitchen with large sundeck 3 
large bedrooms (master bed 
room 22'xl6.5'). Extra room In 
basement, two bathrooms. 

RENTED SUITE: 

Living room *tth fireplace and 
bookshelf wall, 2 bedrooms, kit¬ 
chen with nook, laundry room, 
two bathrooms. Building has new 
electric heat, also modern hot air 
heating remains functional Cop 
oer pipes, newer roof, gutters 
Double lot. fruit trees. Rare find 
on today's market. Owners mov¬ 
ing must sell. $142,000. 

OLGA ZACHARY 
Oft. 595-1535 Res. 592-2265 

EXCEPTIONAL 
UPLANDS 
INDOOR POOL 

Situated on V* acre, on a quiet 
cul-de-sac iust a short walk from 
the 1st tee of the Golf Club, this 
very special residence offers 
5,000 sq. ft. of gracious living on 3 
levels MAIN FLOOR Living 
room overlooking breathtaking 
pool enclosure, dining room. den. 
huge family kilchen, master suite 
and pool area 
UPSTAIRS: 3 bedrooms, play 
area LOWER LEVEL: Rec 
room, huge hobby room, plus 
Inlaw or staff accommodation 
This contemporary home Is total 
ly unique with extensive use of 
stone, brick, wood, and rich wall 
coverings- exuding an air of ca¬ 
sual elegance. Ottered exclusive¬ 
ly at $345,000. If vou desire the 
exceptional — appointments tc 
view with: 

GAIL WEINBERG 
Oft. 595-1535 Res. 598-0207 

M PETER DUECK 
Ott 386-7521 Res. 479 9909 


290 HOUSES FOR SAU 


BOORMAN'S 


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•12 ton st 
3K-7S2I 

2M5 C»4*h» B« r 84. 

595-1535 


BOORMAN INVtSTMCNT CO IT0. 

TEN MILE POINT 
TWO LOTS 
$ 110,000 

Two 66'xl47‘ lots already subdi¬ 
vided with a good 891 sq tt. cot 
tage stradllng the two lots. This Is 
excellent value for the land 
alone 

IAN BOORMAN 

Ott. 595-1535 Res 592-3335 



UNIQUE 

OPPORTUNITY 

Here's vour GOLDEN CHANCE - 
to own your own house in GOR 
DON HEAD, but without worry 
Ing about lawn cutting or any 
outside maintenance ALL DONE 
for you under Strata Plan, 2 
Bdrms on main floor, good-size 
LR, separate DR. 3rd Bdrm and 
Rumpus Rm In full basement 
Asking $59,500. Call Leo Plgcrt, 
388-7868 or 598 1975 or Evan Wil 
Hams, 388-5464 Pgr. 745 

OCEAN VIEW 
LARGE LOT 

GORDON HEAD 
OWNER BUILDER (and a good 
one), will build vour DREA-M 
CASTLE on this beautiful (over 
10.000 so. ft. lot) with terrific sea 
view — iust the wav vou want it, 
(Finished price ranoe $125,000 
$175,000). 

For further Information call: Leo 
pigert, Res. 598 1975, 388 7868 or 
Evan Williams, 388-5464, Pgr 
745. 

BLENKINSOP-UNION 
De-Luxe Family home 

under construction soon 
Will qualify tor B.C. Govt 9%% 
mortgage Asking $95,000 So 
Hurry — let's get at it before too 
late 1 We will guarantee the sale 
ot vour present home Call Lee 
Pigfrt, 598-1975 (res) 388 7868 
(bus) or Evan Williams. 388-5464 
Paoer 745. 

ROYAL OAK 
Cozv family home of 3 bedrooms 
on large double lot. 128x140. Full 
price $74,500 Call Allan Klen 
.man, 388-7868 or 656-4242. 

OPEN HOUSE 

Sat. & Sun. 
l:30-4:00p.m. 

7950 ARTHUR DR. 

(Turn right at Waddling Dog Inn, 
on Pat Bay Hwy. and follow our 

ONE LEFT! Brand new 
deluxe 3 bedroom, full basement 
home, 2 fireplaces and 2 complete 
bathrooms Deluxe family kit¬ 
chen. double carport and wrap 
around sundeck Large 10,000 sq 
tt. level lot, with glimpses of sea 
views. Only one block to ocean — 
no through traffic. Priced at 
$81,900 For prior viewing call 
Leo Ploert 598 1975 (Home) or 
388-7868 (office) or Evan Wil¬ 
liams 388 5464 Pager 745. 


OPEN HOUSE 

Sat. & Sun. 1:30-4 P.M. 

1025TOLMIE 

3 bedroom no basement home. 
Super kitchen with adjoining fam 
ily room. Five brand new appli 
ances & woodburning fireplace in 
living room Electric heat. Excel 
lent location, one block off Qua 
dra. FdRretired or voung family 
Call Richard McKenzie 479-504? 
Of 388-7868 


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250 HOUSES FOR SALE 


THE ZIEGLERS 

SEE SATURDAY DIS¬ 
PLAY FOR THE TWO 
FOLLOWING OPENS? 

1 OPEN, SAT.-SUN. 
2-4 P.M. 

935 WALFRED 
ROAD 

TRIANGLE 

MTN. 

$134,500. 

20PEN SUN. 2-4 
3145 WEALD 
ROAD 
$225,000. 

SHOAL BAY 

California styled contemporary 
home featurlngover 2300 sq. tt of 
finished space including 2 full 
baths, laroe LR, DR, kitchen and 
rec room with large patio, with 
unobstructed sea views. A self 
contained artist studio sits to the 
rear of the property offering 180 
degree views of the ocean and 
Olympics $155,000 

BROADMEAD 

1. 4 BR fully developed home lust 
waiting for a large active family 
to use all the space Contempo¬ 
rary In design, it has a great 
kilchen. DR and LR, laroe mas 
ter with full ensuite In all — over 
2500 sq ft finished. $142,000 

2. 3 BR home featuring high 
vaulted cedar lined ceilings, and 
a 700 sq. ft. master with huge en 
suite. Sauna, laundry room. 2 cai 
garage, all standards with large 
family room and kitchen a 
unique home in a great area 
$132,000. 

CHRISTMAS HILL 

Drive by 821 McKenzie and see if 
thls4BR; 1500 sq ft ,3 BR home is 
the one you've been looking for 
Then give us a call and let us 
show you the excellent LR, kit 
chen, DR and oreat finished area 
both up and down Hurry. Drive 
bv and give us a call Vendor may 
assist with finacing and potential 
assum. 1st mortgage. $63,000. 

LANDSEND 

3-4 bedrm home sitting in 1 j acr e 
of treed property in a auiet area 
near the ferry. Unique exterior 
design with great FP in LR Good 
DR and kitchen and a bsmt 
which is 90% finished, featuring 
3rd bathrm, rec room, 4th BR 
and storage. $83,000. 

THE ZIEGLERS 

S9S-3t51,or 
384-8075, Pgr. 310 

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1000 Cm I SI 38)8174 


FINISHED TO 
PERFECTION BY 
EXPERTCRAFTSMEN 

You must see the interior of this 
fine family home It really is dif 
ferent! The beautifully finished 
woodwork adds the special touch 
to the large LR and DR with 3 
very laroe bathrooms. All this is 
orouped around a central court 
yard to give the little bit extra to 
vour entertainment $149,500 To 
see this fineproperty please call 
lan Grant 595-7434 
Richard Holmes 478 4870 

OPEN HOUSE 


Come view this brand new 3 
bdrm. 2 bathrm full bsmi home in 
the Parade of Homes Some of the 
features include mountain views, 
covered sundeck. and two fin- 
places for more information call 
DON MARSDEN 388-6366 res . ot 
fice 386 6164 


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1336 


ROCKLAND 
AVE. 

1:30-4 P.M. Jan. 26-27 
2-3 Bdrm Rockland executive 
home on secluded lot near Gover 
net House. 3 FPs, 2 baths, large 
formal dining room, curved stair 
case and much more for $129,500 
Let us show you this attractive 
home this weekend 
BOBKATZER 382 3092 

DEL WILLIAMS 385-9855 

DENNIS JAMES 598 6014 

OPEN SUN. 1-4 
$43,500 

2913CEDAR HILL RD. 

2 BR. partial high bsmt 125' lot 
fully fenced. An attractive cot 
tage-style home with an assum 
able mtg. of $33,000! See vou Sun 
day! 

Dennis L. James 
598-6014 

INTHEC0UNTRY 

$43,500 

This .43 acre property is nestled 
in the trees 100 yards from beau 
tlful Kemp Lake. A cozy 2 BR 
mobile home complete with Fish 
er stove and huge porch provides 
comfortable accommodation A 
second mobile home has been ex 
tensivelv renovated, and is near 
completion This Is an Ideal in 
law or revenue situation, with 
over 1800 sq ft of living space in 
a gorgeous private park like set 
ting. Call soo on this brand new 
listlno. ML. 

. Dennis L. James 
598-6014 

Mt. Bate Views 

Superior 3 bedroom home over 
looking Bazan Bav Private dmmq 
room, two fireplaces Situated on 
82 acres of choice fertile land 
Large heated greenhouse $125. 
000. For appointment call James 
Park or Mildred Stapells at 
384-8075 Paoer 493 or 384 8124, 
Pemberton, Holmes Ltd. 


BY OWNER, BRIGHT, SUNNY 2 
bedroom, full basement home. 
Dining room, living room with 
fireplace Laroe kitchen with eat 
inoarea. Large sundeck. Carport. 
Walking distance to town Low 
taxes $54,700. Appliances includ 
ed 383 2 798. 


MARIGOLD AREA 
2 or 3 bedroom older home plus 
2-bedroomcutc cottage at back ot 
property rented. Great garden 
soil and fruit trees, sunny bright 
kitchen, workshop, plus nursery 
$64,900. For information call 
479-4653 



Orive by 1226 and 1228 Roy Rd to* 
view these new split levels just 
nearing completion Where else 
can you pet 3 bdrms. 3 bathrms 
LR. DRlJ^milv room on a larqr 
lot for tips price? Buy now and 
choose vour countertop and car 
pet colors. For more information 
call DON MARSDEN 388 6366 
res or 386-6164 office. 



Tremendous vatuc in this brand 
new 3 bdrm, 2' i bath room West 
coast contempQrary Features in 
elude lakevtews. vaulted ceilings 
family room, den and eating area 
m the kitchen. Financing is S69 
000 at 12%%. DON MARSDEN 
388-6366 res. or 386-6164 office 



Fantastic 3 bdrm. 3 bathrm. 3 
level split with finished family 
room off kilchen. Large s»orag« 
area, workshop, all on a quiet 
street in a good area. Treed lot 
200' deep with a super establishes 
rear yard Call now on this one 
DON MARSDEN 388 6366 res or 
386 6164 off ice 


BYOWNER 

Cosy 2 or 3 bedroom older home. 
Mt Tolmie area Recently rena 
vated inside Large corner lot 
Assumable 1st Mortage of $30 
600 Try vour otter on $49,900. No 
agents Phone 385 3916 daytime 
or 381 6792 evenings 


IDEAL LOCATION A QUIET 
area near all school levels A per 
feet spot to raise a family 4 or 5 
bedrooms, family room off kit 
chen Recently decorated and 
ready for occupancy Attractive 
split level with sunny, rear pn 
vate yard Bv owner. $89,900 
721 3727 after Spm 


METCHOSIN AREA CUSTOM 

M home on two acres ot wooden 
1300 sq.ft, with full base 
ment, three bedrooms, finishes 
In-law suite, vacuum system, new 
w w carpet Choice of wood or 
electric heat 1052 Glen Foresl 
Way (off Happy Valiev Road) 
$88,900 4 74 1487 


ESQUIMALT, CLOSE TO SEA 
with seaview. 3 bedroom home 
with 2 fireplaces and full base 
ment, oil heat, rewired, well insu 
lated. fenced backyard. 3% miles 
to town, full price $55,000 with 
$37,000 mortgage assumable at 
11%. Frozen and open end Low 
taxes Phone owner 384 0004 


$56,900 

New homes Sidney, 3-bedrooms, 
carport, thermo windows, heavy 
insulation, close to schools and 
shopping. 5 vear insured war 
ranty For further information 
phone Mika 656 4066 or victor 
656-4003 


OWNER SALE, BEAUTIFUL 
ocean view Cordova Bay rest 
dence. over 3,000 ft. superbly 
planned, constructed and main 
tained with four bedrooms, den, 
etc Asking $159,000 Phone 
658-1098 for appointment, no 
agents 


PERFECT STARTER OR RE 
tirement home 2 bedrooms, non 
basement, electric heat, larpr 
cosy kitchen. Secluded 50X21/ 
lot Close to Woodward's and 
Sears Assumable 10% mortgage 
Asking $62,500. by owner 
385 7942 






















































































C-12 

250 HOUSES FOR SALE 


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MAYFAIR REALTY 

Maylair Centre 

386-2955 

OPEN HOUSE 
1880 SAN PEDRO 
SAT. and SUN. 

2-4 P.M. 

New house >n Gordon Head, 
weadv to move In — come and see 
tor yourself. Your host Is KIM 
E NG. 386-2955 or 477-9439. 

OPEN HOUSE 
SAT. 1:30-4:00 
3065 METCHOSIN 

Come In off Donovan. This Is a 3 
bedroom semi-detached home 
(lived In only 9 months) with 1% 
baths, fireplace. Over 1200 sq. ft 
finished area over heated crawl 
space. Askino S49,900 with $42,500 
assumable mortgage at 11%, $411 
per month, due 1983. Trades con 
sidered In attendance — 
GEORGE WALL, 386-2955 or 
47 7 0548. 

MARIGOLD AREA 

i bedrooms on V* acre. Secluded, 
sunnv and bright with rural 
views. Large double garage- 
workshop. Many fine points in 
this newer home. Phone JIM 
TURNBULL, 380-2955 or 479-0735, 
SANDY BANNER, 386-2955 or 
479-0430. MLS 43711. 

ROYALOAK 

Brand new spilt level home on 
laroe panhandle lot. Well freed 
and close to all amenities. Good 
design with cedar exterior. Laroe 
living and dining rooms. Covered 
patio off living room. 3 bedrooms, 
cabinet kitchen. Full price $85,900 
exclusive. Terms, trades. For de 
tails call GEORGE WALL, 
386-2955 or 477-0548, PETER 
SYKES, 386-29550T 382-3216 

Photographer's 

Studio 

Plus residence In potentially de¬ 
sirable area. 50x305 ft. lot, 1,000 
so ft. house, full basement and 
sundeck 1.200 ft. studv. fully ser 
viced Including dark room. Ven¬ 
dor says SELL • SELL - SELL. 
SANDY BANNER, 386 2955 or 
479-0430 or JIM TURNBULL, 
386-2955 or 479-0735. 

CAREY- 

GLANFORD 

$66,900 

Just listed. Built in 1959 and re¬ 
cently added to. Main floor area 
is 1462 sq. ft Downstairs has over 
700 sq ft. finished. Family room 
and utility off kltcben. Dining 
• com, t tcdrccMS, ■&. tuuin, it-j 
baths. Immaculate throughout. 
On large lot with stream. New 
MLS. Trades considered 
GEORGE WALL, 386 2955 or 
477-0548. 




Victoria 
Realty 

V 386-3585 y 

Lakehill/Quadra 
5 New Homes 
Open Sat. and 
Sun., 1:30-4:30 
$94,500-596,900 
Baldwin PI. 

(Off Morris) 

Some complete, some nearing 
■ impletlon Choose from a vari¬ 
ety of contemporary split levels 
with family rooms, laundry and 2 
pee. baths in lower level, some 
with vaulted ceilings and celes 
lory windows Others with full or 
partial basement, 3 bedroom 
homes. Wood siding, stucco and 
brick fireplaces, en suite plumb 
mg, sundecks, dOuble garages or 
carports All homes will be land 
scaped and are situated on treed 
lots and on a quiet cul-de-sac. For 
more information please call 
Uooo or Colin Munro, 386 3585. 
652-3383 - 


13 or 477-0718. 


GORGE 

WATERFRONT 

DUPLEX 

This completely renovated up 
and down duplex is lust perfect 
for the owner to occupy with good 
revenue from the lower suite. The 
main floor has plastered walls, 
parquet floors, fireplace, two 
bedrooms, closed garage, fantas 
tic wrap around sundeck and 
fabulous views of the GORGE 
WATERWAY and Park. 

LOWER LEVEL: all new. kit- 
< hen, living room/dfning room, 2 
tied rooms, closed garage, lots of 
storage, good views and sliding 
olass doors lead to the front lawn 
and water. 

Don't miss this one, vacant pos¬ 
session, call today to view. 
$127,900. Jack Lidstone. 477-9262, 
Doug Munro, 477-0718, 386 3585, 
office. 

SAANICHTON 

RANCHER 

long low In a Country setting. 
Sunken living room, kitchen din¬ 
ing and family room in line. 3 
bedrooms, double carport, en 
closed back yard Priced at 
$68,900 Please call Colin Munro, 
386-3585,652-3383. 


OPEN HOUSE 
SAT-SUN, 1-4 

906GRAYTHORPE PL 
<OFF NELTHORPE, 
OFF MCKENZIE AVE) 

Over 2000 sq.ft, of finished livifa 
area in this brand new house. 
C lose In, good views, new subdi¬ 
vision This house has 3-bdrs, 1% 
baths, shower in en-suite, large 
sundeck, double carport, on goad 
sirfe lot Asking price $95,000 
Phone658-5825 for further details. 


NEARLY COMPLETED HOUSE 
on Broadmede. 4 bedrooms, 
lounge, closed dining and living 
room, 3 full bathrooms, full base 
ment with roughed-in plumbing, 
1 2, thermo glass windows, insu 
laflon. R20 (6 ') walls. R28 (9”) 
ceilings; hot water heating sys¬ 
tem. This is an extremely well 
bullthouse. If you are looking for a 
truely good home for your family, 
call builder. Glad to snow you the 
house and explain all the details, 
'.o you know what your buying. 
Please, no details over the phone, 
interested buyers only call 
477-5130 after 6 pm. 


OPEN SAT & SUN, 1-4 
3170 WISHART RD. 
ATTRACTIVE, 7 year old, 3 bed¬ 
room home, many added fea¬ 
tures Including 18' pool, mature 
trees on large 65'X117' lot, en- 
suite, beautiful old brick fire¬ 
place, quality carpeting, partial 
lv finished basement with 
roughed-in fireplace, bath, laun 
dry, oarage and workshop. Nice 
Colwood location. AID this plus 
assumable lH-4% mortgage of 
$36,000. Price $73,500. 
Owner 478-8602. No agents. 


STRATA DUPLEX 
NEW 

Located in Sidney. 1200 Sq. Ft. 
per side; 3 BR's, $53,900 per side, 
or $106,000 for both. Excellent po¬ 
tential for Rental, or Live-In. Call 
now. 

ROBERT HAMILTON 
656-4692 

KNOWLES REALTY 
LTD. 

384-8101 


250 HOUSES FOR SALE 



HENDERSON 

REALTY LTD. 

385 9741 


OPEN HOUSE SAT 1-3 
2872 WYNDEATTE 
(OFF GORGE) 

Be $ure to view this beautlfullv 
maintained 2 bdrm, full base 
merit home on a pretty lot on a 
quiet no throuoh street near 
Goroe waterway It otters every 
thlno for the small family or re¬ 
tired couples with too manv tea 
♦ures to list here. Asking $68,900. 
New MLS. 

385-9741 BUD HUDSON 479 3849 

OPEN HOUSE SUN 1-4 
8715 NASH PLACE 

(OFF JOHN DEAN PARK RD) 
This is a beautlfull home situated 
on a lovely treed ' * acre lot with 
some seavlews. A few features 
are 4 bdrms., 3 baths, 2 floor to 
celling rock heatilator fireplaces, 
family room plus huge rec room 
with wet bar, 2 sundecks, double 
enclosed garage and much more 
MLS 042806. Asking $125,000. 
Your host: 

385-9741 BUD HUDSON 479 3849 

93/4% MORTGAGE? 

Build vour dream home on this % 
acre serviced lot on a quiet street 
in Central Saanich Take advan 
taoe of new low interest mort¬ 
gage for new homes by the Pro¬ 
vincial Government thru a credit 
union. You must act Quickly be¬ 
fore funds are used up. 

HOWARD TOMLIN 477-1327 


OAK BA 


€r ^ 


2 storey character home, 3 
bdrms. large living room, large 
fenced lot, workshop $79,900 
RALPH KELLER 385 9741 

ARDMORE ESTATES 
$125,000 

ONE LEVEL RANCHER — 1690 
SQ FT. 767 Turnbury Place In 
Ardmore Estates off Bradley 
Dyne 1$ a new rancher on 1.22 
acres of treed lot. Three large 
bedrooms and three bathrooms 
compliment a large kitchen and 
dining area and a living room 
with floor to celling fireplace The 
exterior 1$ cedar siding accented 
with dark red brick. The double 
closed carport Includes a work 
shop/storaoe area. For viewing 
WBHEMMINGSEN 592 4479 


OPEN HOUSE 

FAIRFIELD 

164BEECHWOOD AVE. 

SAT. 1:30-4P.M. 

Visit this traditional 1911, 4 bed 
room character family home 2 
full storeys and basement, sepa 
rate oarage 2 Fireplaces, stalnec 
glass and beams. Excellently lo 
cated 1 block from beach and 
buses. 4 blocks to shopping 
centre Competaflvelv priced at 
$95,000 exclusively with Tony 

383°2244 388 6275 pa ° er 2471 or 

38J OPEN HOUSE 

FAIRFIELD 

BY—THE—SEA 

67LINDEN AVE 
SUNDAY 2-4:30 P.M. 

$99,500 

Exceptional opportunity 
Beautiful new home with 
external charavter. Re¬ 
quires only front land¬ 
scaping to provide set- 
ting 2550 sq ft 
immaculately finished 
Main floor has large liv¬ 
ing room with rock fire¬ 
place. one large bedroom 
Excellent kitchen with 
larqe dining area, bath 
room and laundry room. 
Upper floor has three bed 
rooms, master with en 
suite and sauna. Extra 
height basement with well 
finished, spacious in law 
suite. Electric heating to 
individual rooms. For 
prior viewing please call 
GEOR« LEWIS 384 4338 
OFFICE 3832244 

SOUTH JUBILEE 
Good family home Good 
design Three BDR's. LR 
and DR Pantry and large 
kitchen Full basement 
with laroe room. Easy- 
care lot with barbecue To 
view please call. 

GEORGE LEWIS 384 433* 

ANN BLONDEAU 598 782* 

OFFICE . 383-2244 

FAIRFIELD 
ROCKLAND 
2200 sq. of spacious spot 
less charm. Three bed 
rooms (washbasin off 
main) Large LR and DR 
Three toilets. Super large, 
extra height lounge in fin 
I shed basement Updated 
exterior, easy care lot 
Very reasonable at 
$94,960 Toviewcall 
GEORGE LEWIS 384 4331 

ANN BLONDEAU 598 782* 

OFFICE_383-224* 



B.C. LAND 

AND INSURANCE 
AGENCY LTD. 


OPEN HOUSE 


SAT and SUN., 1:30-4:00 
3852CIRCLE DRIVE 
WATCH THE SHIPS SAIL BY 
from the living rm of this 1700 sq 
ft. mam floor brand new house Ir 
beautiful Metchosin. Located or 
Circle Drive off Cliff off Duke : 
bdrm, master with ensulte, inter 
com, built-in vacuum system anc 
much more Asking $109,500 
478-5588 Don Oakes 478 433* 

Don RJ^hl 478-740: 

OPEN HOUSE 

SUNDAY, 1:30-4:00 

1966 FAIRFIELD PLACE 
GOHZALESHILL 
The most fantastic view of Vic 
toria, San Juan Islands and Race 
Rocks 5 acres with possible sub¬ 
division 3 or 4 bdrms, 34 ft living 
rm, large family rm with wet bar 
Over 2370 sq ft Loads of parking 
Asking $179,000 

478-5588 Bob Davidson 592-0796 
Don Oakes 478 4334 

METCHOSIN ' 
$74,900 

2 or 3-bdrm full basement home 
on 1.10 acres of useable land 
Ground level fover, cozv living 
rm, sep dining rm and large kit¬ 
chen. 2% baths. Basement partly 
developed and could make in-law 
suite. Priced to sell. Hurry on 
this! 

478-5588 Shirley Wilde 478-2459 

6 BEDROOMS 
$51,000 

That's right! 3 bdrms on main 
and 3 in daylight basement. Ca 
thedralent., In-line living and din¬ 
ing rm, eating area In kitchen 
Family rm large enough for pool 
♦pble. Hot water heating Some 
finishing required. JVi baths. In 
Western Community on .47 acres. 
478-5588 Shlrlev Wilde 478 2459 

SEAVIEWS 

$115,000 

In Albert Head, only 12 miles 
from city centre This well con- 
str^cted home has 4 bdrms. 3 full 


_ fireplaces, family rm. 
studio, separate dining rm, livii 
d larc~ "■■ ■ “ " 


rm and large kitchen. Patio a? 
rear. Guest cottage Beach ac 
cess and fantastic seavlews. If 
vou enjoy animals then this Is the 
place for vou. 

478-5588 Shlrlev Wilde 478 2459 


PRIVATE. HOUSE AND COT- 
5^ 7pm, 


250 HOUSES FOR SALE 



702 FORT ST. 382-9191 

BOB HUGES — MANAGER 

GARDENERS 

DELIGHT 

Near the sea. This modern Im 
maculate 3 BR full bsmnt home is 
on a large lot (83x177) is well 
landscaped with beautiful shrubs. 
Mstr BR has ensulte and large 
walk-ln closet. This home is com- 
patable for Golfers and fisher 
men Full Price $83,900. 

RUSS MCDOWELL 382 7930 

JEAN McMICHAEL 477-9113 

12.6 ACRES 
7MILE CIRCLE 

4 or 5 bedroom ranch home over 
3900 sq ft. Aoe 7 yrs. Totally 
secluded Thermopane windows 
and manv extras. Priced at 
$225,000. 

BILL SANDERS 

382-9191 479-3394 

SHAWNIGAN LAKE 
NEW LISTINGS 

1. Compact retirement home In 
Shawnioan Village. Out of town 
vendor Priced at $44,500 ML. 

2. Spacious 3 bedroom, no step 
bungalow age 3 vrs. Thermo 
windows, large lot. Economical 
living. Close to Shawnigan 
Beach Estates. Priced to sell at 
$58,900. ML. 

BILL SANDERS 

382 9191 479 3394 

FAMILY 

STARTER 

immaculately kept older type 
home. Large living room with 
panelling over FP, two bedrooms 
on main floor. Third bedroom up. 
family sized kitchen with nook 
offer. Recently renovated. Close 
to schools and transportation. Oil 
heat, separate garage Asking 
only$44,900. Toviewcall 
FRANK BOUSFIELD 387 4968 
RUSS FITZSIMMONS 477-2417 

THE PERMANENT 



76 CREASE AVE, 2 BEDROOM, 
basement, fireplace, $54,000. 
3869849 


PRIME 

GORDON HEAD 
T N reTjnf* - n wwvrsir 

levels of school, and rec centre 
1) West Coast Contemporary one 
vear old home on 2 levels. This 
unique and quality built home 
offers the discriminating buver 
two options. This interesting de 
signed home can be 5 bedroom* 
plus billard room with wet bar 
rec room with fireplace and : 
baths. It can also otter supert 
well-planned 2 bedroom IN law 
suite on main level, and 3 bed 
room accommodation on upper 
floor Upper level has beautifu 
vaulted cedar ceiling in living nr 
with sliding doors onto wrac 
around deck. Commanding view* 
of Ml Douglas Park. Located or 
quiet cul de sac among graciou* 
homes Quality, craftsmanship S 
great pride of ownership Is evl 
dent $159,900 Definitely one of a 
kind and exclusive with 
SHARON DAILY 

7) Executive 2 storev family 
home featuring 4 bedrooms, 2'. 
baths. Sunken living rm with 
beautiful floor, to celling slate 
fireplace. L shaped dining rrr 
leads to huge kitchen with eating 
area & sliding doors onto 26 
patio Family rm on main over 
looking private fenced 140' lot 
Master bedroom has full ensuite 
with balcony. Underground wir 
Ing. extra insulation, double car 
port Quality built for an active 
family Priced for quick sale at 
$98,900 Exclusive 
SHARON DAILY 721-535* 

LAURIE LOZOWAY 478 1 SIC 

Office 595-5131 

OPEN HOUSE 
2000 LANDSEND 
SAT. AND SUN. 

1:30-4:00 P.M. 

Attractive 3-bedroom home on 1 j 
acre lot rock floor to ceiling heat 
ilator fireplace, vaulted ceiling* 
highlight the living room. Full 
basement with sliding doors tc 
patio, Quality finishing through 
out $77,500 MLS 
ARTMAUGER 656 6509 

Office_ 595-5131 


’ $63,900 

NEW, SIDNEY 

3 BR, >* Basement with carport. 
Heatilator fireplace, Thermo 
windows Excellent price for a 
new home Call now for viewing 
Excl. but courtesy. 

ROBERT HAMILTON 
656-4692 

KNOWLES REALTY 
LTD. 

384-8101 


MOVING 
MUST SELL 

Owners otferlno direct, modern 4 
yr old Swiss style home in Saan 
ichton App 3000 sq ft., 5 bed 
rooms. 3 bathrooms, den. wrap 
ground sundeck. Superior con¬ 
struction. Covered parking for 2 
cars plus guest parking Moun 
tain and sea views. Easy to main 
tain lot. Assumable l0'/j% mort 
gage App value $100,000, will 
consider any reasonable offer 
652-5860. 


OPEN HOUSE 
1:30-4:30 P.M. 

994 Lohbrunner oft Emllv Carr 
located in beautiful Broadmead 
NEW 3 Bedrooms, 2Vj baths, 
large dining and living room with 
W.W and brick fireplace. Family 
room oft kitchen with fireplace 
$127,000 See the quality of this 
home for yourself this week with 
KEN WRIGHT 598 2183 

TOM McCLUSKE Y 595-5661 

CITY BROKERAGE LTD 
386-3547 


JUBILEE HOSPITAL 
BY OWNER 
$62,500 

DellQhtful well maintained 2 bed 
room home, separate dining 
room, large recently renovatec 
kitchen with sundeck oft. 2 fin 
ished rooms, toilet and laundry ir 
basement, new root and gutters, 
fenced lot 50x110, back lane as 
sessed to separate oarage, extra 
parking for camper or boat. Nc 
agents pleastf 595 3953 before 
4pm and after 7:30pm. 


HOBBY FARM 
$78,000 

OPEN SAT., 2-4 
3770 DUKE RD. 

(OFF Metchosin R0.I 
16 Acres of level pasture land 
with 2-year-old 24x32 ft. b*rn or 
workshop with 22 service. 4 Bdrm 
home with over 1200 sq. ft. on 
main floor and full bsmt. 

479 3612 KENT DEANS 478 8316 
Century 21 Suburban 


ROCKHEIGHTS 

$73,500 

Delightful, family home with 
views over Golf Course Si City 2 
BR s. on main & 2 more down 
Over 1900 So Ft finished In this 8 
vr. old. well maintained home To 
view please call: 

HUGH MUNRO658-5536 
Northern Pacific Realty Ltd. 
479-1687 


BY OWNER. THE OLD AND 
the new at Langford Lake Priced 
below market at $57,700. Fully 
renovated 4 bedroom rancher 
with oil heat and fireplace 
Beamed ceilings, et