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37— NINKTY-EIGHTH YEAR

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Island'*

leading Newspaper Since 1858

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VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25, 1956 \ ouri" \ ictim

MacMillan Steps

R.

11.

Down

Bridey Ex-Train Fireman Takes High Post By

Opposition

HARRY YOUNG

To Demand Road Probe

Colonist Business Editor

Twenty-eight years ago H. S. Berryman was a fireof Alberni Pacific Lumber Company's old

man on one

cars

wood-burning IcMXwnotiveR. Yesterday he took another step in his story-book business career by becoming president of MacMillan and Bloedel, British Columbia's biggest forest industry company.

(In Ihe first two chapters, Morey Iternsteln, a highly successful young businessman, ha* tol
ELLA MAY JAZLOWIECK1

In Here. Mr* SltnmMI tell* for lie (Ir^t time of being Bridey Murphy bmrk In early tilth century Ireland. These and succeeding tape-recorded section* make one of the most gripping stories imaginable. The Daily Colonist doe* not necessarily endorse the hook or theories It advances, hut presents the story as fascinating and provocative read<

The way for Mr. Berryman * Hrtilkm to the ihirl nwulUr

position

ing. leaving the final

judgment up

ears

to the reader.)

about a 4A-degree angle above In front of her head and not more Lhan IS Inrhrti from her eyea.

and

explained that while she atarlng at the candle flame I would toon begin to count. When I began with the count of “One," I told her. I wanted her to close her eye* and Imagine that she could see the candle flame In her "mlnd'a eye." Then when I aald. "Number two," the should, I suggested, open her eyes and once more look Into the candle flame. I

wa*

And while she wa* looking at the flame. I added. I would eventually toll the count of three, at which signal she was to again close her eye* and

years

old.

years

And now back

Two

farther.

now

old.

year*

two years

still

old,

two

old.-

And On*

farther back.

still

year old. one year old. Now go on even farther hack. Oddly enough, you can go even farther back. I want you to keep on going hack and hark and hack In your mind. And, surprising as It may seem, strange as It may seem, you will find that there are other scenes In your lell lell

Don't you have any olher

910 Caledonia,

.

.

.

.

.

And what la the name of your mother? Kathleen.

And what your father? Duncan Murphy.

.

the

la

.

.

name

iluncan

.

of

.

runoff.

Frank ('aider (CCF. Allin) said he learned “several months ago that everything was not going well."

START AT AI.RKRM MacMillan

Sherwood

There |

Hotel.

little

girl

when the was the

Due

was walking west

across

on a guarded crossing

he

was

employed

Investigation,"

by



F3l!a

more than four hours in St. Joseph's emergency ward before being officially

admitted.

And now

back to

slip farther

when you were five year* old. Think about that Now go .

on bark farther,

.

.

still

farther.

.

.

Uh

.

paint off painted It,

.

my

hed.

made

'n'

it

It was a metal hed. and I scratched the paint off of ltDug my nails on every po*t and just ruined it. Was Jus'

terrible.

Why

did you

do that?

know. I was Just mad. Cot an awful spanking. What I* your name? Don’t

.

.

.

Uh

.

.

Friday,

.

How .

you?

old are .

.

four

.

.

.

Prince Rupert)

H

R.

All right.

Now

nee

if

you

little older.

.

Continued on Page

X

protect crane* under the department of Mines Minister Sommers because the road Is a “mining assistance" road, said

Mr. Calder. "Actually, It will be a main road." the member stated.

Progress after that was quick and certain. In 1941 Mr. MacMillan called him back to Port Alhernl to manage the plywood mill then under construction.

George who confessed a crime he did served five months of a oneTower*

and

commit and Company

hi*

In

1945. later

Three years

companion

work

to

not?

(No tender*

OTTAWA

Credit

For Queen

Public Kept in

amazed about her disclosures of Bridey Murphy as anyone. Asked If ah# remembered anything while under hypnotic Influence, ahe replied:

"Not one

thing. I didn't

know a

thing

Druggist

Commits Fatal Errt

i

be held ihdeflnllely. threshold of a $400,000,000,000 "All that Is required I* action economy," should consider re- taken by the law enforcement arming Itself against inflation authorities in the provinces. It's 'with a standby consumer credit not our responsibility." “Well, take some responslbil control law. said Hv," Clayton Hodgson BUP) Canada ship of both Israel and the Arab The proposal, a notahle shift • PCI. “Do something shout it. warn* a defensive balance in slate*. External Affair* Min In administration policy, was What’s a government for" the Middle East and the friend fsier lister 3. PearsOn said the major surprise of El sen* it wonder that citizens yesterday, hoiVer'a annual economic me* are arou«ed " Mis* Aitken said, “If. in response to recent sagAto Congress. “w'hen ihe maximum penalty Soviet moves In the Middle East Representative Jesse Wolcott for rape Is life and a man con-1 we were to abandon friendly of Michigan, ranking Republirelations with the Arab state* can on the House of Represent and <

Morey Bemateln played the stuff about believe It" Ruth

this

know,’’ she replied. “But I do know one thing ... I know it with all my heart. ThiS is not * hoax or a trick. "I Just don’t

Whatever went on while I wa* under hypnosis was actually what. I aald. The fine** people In Una city will tell you that."

—Jrthn III

England

Kainxhorr,

when he

U.

be-

look a dose of

sent Is a hospital.

Miss Crewe, to prove that the medicine she gave Kalnsbury was harmless, mixed herself a potion and drank It. Abe died soon afterward.

Dark

Urged

!

OTTAWA

MARI.nOKOt GH. (IT)

came

slomarh powder mixed by Miss Vers Crewe, s druggist, and was

Elsenhower said Tuesday Garson said the new criminal the United States, now “at a code permitted sex deviates to *

Arms Shipments

“Do you helieve all Bridey Murphy —actually was a*ked.

as

why

MLAs*.

dent

Pearson Defends

about

is

not,

Control

who

Rulh

the construction of date and what paid to each of

to

have

i

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if

Light lip

PUEBLO, Colo. Mr*. Ruth Simmon* la a calm, gracious and unassuming housewife

it

i

companies have been

in

road



support Israel, completely and exclusively, with our dip- stives banking committee, aald lomacy and our arms, then we such controls would be a "sword of Damocles” hanging over bust should Indeed he playing the Communist game." Pearson told ness. He said they “should he provided by law only with a the Common*. He aald Canada'* arms export declaration of war."

A

booat of $20,000 In Victoria

police budget,

to

$484,000,

waa

asked by Chief of Police John Blackstock yesterday.

would

explain

prtvatefr, ho

said.

Polite strength

Is

now

90.

two

fewer than normal complement. Claries totalling more than

Included In hl« estimate* was $<100,000, hut based on 1955 pay provision for five additional rate*, are Included In the budconstables and five new cars.

my

Chief to

Blackstock

declined

answer Mayor Percy Scur-

rah'a question as to

force

required

*7

why

men.

The J956 salaries are still tn be negotiated. If granted in full

the

new demand* would

He

ditional $29,000.

cost an ad-

,

i

carefully administer- ALL-TIME PEAR ed an as not to upset any miliElsenhowed said total corb tary balance In the Middle East sinner debt aoared to an allarea. Much more had heen re- time peak of $36.200000.000 In fused than allowed to go tn Is- December, a climb of more than rael. Egypt and the other Arab SO 000.000 000 compared with state*. 1954. attributed to the national Pearson told parliament that •plurge of Installment huylng— since the beginning of 1954. mostly of automobile*. arm* export* to Israel amountThe president's report said the ed to $24)67.685.19 In valu*. To “boom atmosphere’ haa aub-j

Death penalty for drug "pusher*" was again recommended in Ihe legisyesterday by Dr. Larry Gio(Ind.. Nanaimo and the Islands). "Ijut year when I said that I waa ridiculed." he said. "But that * the trend around the world today the death penalty for anyone who sella

He aald 1.200 tons of opium were produced In the world every year but only 430 tons were used for medical purpose*.

Egypt they war# $77LL2L

narcotic* to teenager*."

» day lor a

policy

"

and

4. Does the department consider construction work to dale to he satisfactory? (The opposition say* no). 6. I* It the Intention nf the department tn call for tender* for construction work to be

year sentence. manager of the Chemainux divBut, Tower* told the com- policemen. L. M. Kllcoyne, were ision. wjth Its huge sawmill. officer* at that time. mission. he took no part l/i the In 1919 he moved from the heating for confession of Robert They were severely disciplined. Island to he*d office In VanR HOFFMEISTER John Fraser. 24, Jailed for the But Tower.* said he bore no couver to be general manager malice. Both served sentence* robbery with violence of an of production, and In January, in RCMP detention barrack.*. aged Chinese. 1950. he was elected vice-presiMe had been punished. The commission, at least until dent In charge of all producTower* said, because he had further Investigation, decided to tion. a position he held until not Intervened when a senior keep Tower* on staff. yesterday. officer heat Fraser. This is the statement issued hv Now as the president of a vast the commission after hearing Ouef and growing corporation with Blackstock and informstmn from asset* In excess of S130.000.000 ramrod-stiff probationer Towers, and annual aale* of nearly $200,. HUP) A woman vlcted of rape Is sentenced to 10 Regarding runstable D. J. 000.000, Mr. Berrv man can troly member nf parliament appealed years, and when the maximum Towers, a former member of the be aald ed up for Ihe srnval .Saturday present time Further Investigation Surely our law* are wrong when of Queen Elizabeth. they allow 300 to 400 known is (tending." suspects to be roaming the WASHINGTON (API— Pres! streets "

Gracious Housewife Amazed by Memories tapes

date,

called, said opposition

he became

1



What

The opposition say* about 50 the said companies? mile* of the 330-mile stretch). tThe opposition says a cost2. What ha* been the total plus contract was given to Wade cost to dale? (About 1750,000 * Wells Co. Ltd. Public account! according to the opposition). show I hat $259,376 wa* paid to 3. Have tender* been called this firm In the fiscal year endfor all or any portion of the | r ,g March 31. 1955).

a



could be a twin of Julie Harrla. the elfin

6.

this

amount ha* been

high post Mr. Berryman gained City probationer constable Donald J. Towers freely wider experience when he was admitted to the Victoria police commission yesterday the promoted to manager of the Northwest Bay Logging division part he played In the heating of a suspect in Prince and the Iron River Logging to not for

done during 1956? (Tender* should be called, according to

engaged



HEADED DIVISION Already marked

MLNES MINISTER SOMMER3

the opposition

QUESTIONS LISTED

'

atar of Broadway. She la 32 year* of age and five feet, two Inchea tall.

^Llb.,

yesterday;

The

MacMILLAN

head timekeeper until 19.18. when -ke became office manager at

four years

See if you can see yourself when you're five, or six. or seven, or *ee yourself when you're an older girl. Are you a girt or are you a boy?

Brown

mers by Bruce

The questions were

old.

can see yourself a

Mines Minister Robert Som-

at

"MAIN ROAD"

M

Jus' pretty.

d e r

I

First hint that 1 he opposition to make a major issue or the subject came in a battery of six questions aimed

would attempt

RCMP

scratched the

.

all

C•

.Mr.

said.

Alberni Pacific Lumber in 1927 on Ihr old logging railway as a fire-

man. In he won promotion to timekeeper at the API. Camp X. A year taler, hi* feet firmly

to wait

Hospital

He added that a bridge had already been washed out. ‘*1 charge there has been a certain laxity of construction and I will press for full

new

planted on the ladder to sucre**, he moved to the company'* headquarter* In Alheml. where he became timekeeper for all API. In||li| operation* In the Alberni valley. Mr. Berryman held this position when H. R. MacMillan purchased APL in 1936, and he remained

20 years,

in

to critical shortage of hospital beds.

May had

'

accident occurred.

first

Bloedel's

is a native son of was horn in Port Simpson, near Prince Rupert, and went to Alberni as a youth.

British Columbia. lie

in

Quadra in the pedestrian crossing and her schoolmates were manning the lane's approaches with their hand-flag

The

and

president is

.

Uh

Friday Murphy. And where do you live? Cork. ... I live in Cork .

Ill

were any truth to report* that pans of the road would he washed out In the first spring

BRIDGE GONE

c

name?

BERRYMAN

trance.

other**'lae.)

you're going tn you're going lo

7, of

hospital with a fractured shoulder after being struck

police said.

aee?

now

in

school

Jazlowiecki,

by a dir driven, police sav, by Kenneth FI Arnold,

once more pick up the Image of the flame In her mind. After the count -wf three. Ruth's head fell to one side on the pillow; her breathing was deep and regular. At this point I employed a technique for deepening the After that came the ordinary age regression. And then I said, as the tape recorder play* It bark: Now I will not ask yoq any more questions for a while . You are going back . . . . bark . . . back, 'way back Into time and space. Now, for Instance, you are going to be six year* old. Think about the time you were six years old.

time

first

May

Ella

It

me. me what scene* came Into What did you your mind.

memory.

S.

1951.

20 years of operation of patrols, a child suffered

serious injury in a school crossing yesterday.

signals

-You name is what? Friday. (I waa under the Impression that she had aald "Friday." The othei* In the room, a* they later told me, also thought she said "Friday." But we were soon to learn

Now

For the

Greater Victoria

in

Go Farther Back Three year* old, see yourwhen you were three

self

H.

ba

will

Opposition member* told The Daily Colonist yesterday they would try to find out If there

Bloedel since the amalgamation in

lamp.

held the lighted r* tulle at

T

MLAs.

m

Oof ting the Simmonses to come to the house was no easy job. I was forced to compete with bridge games, cocktail parties, and club dances, which had become .standard routine in their lives. Then, too. Rex. who knew' practically nothing about hypnosis and wasn't eager to start learning, took no delight in the prospect of having his wife put into a trance Finally, however, sandwiched Ruih wai made comfortable between a Thanksgiving forIn a reclining position on the mal dance and a cocktail couch. Then I lighted a candle party, a date was set: Nov. 29. When the Simmonses ar- and turned off all the light* rived I set about the work of with the exception of one

Candle

northern B.C. which has already cost 5750,000 sought bv CCF and Liberal

the board.

Mr. MncMillan. who founded H. MacMillan Export Co. Ltd.. In 1930. and brought about its amalgamation with Bloedel. Stewart and Welch l$hl. » 1o remain on the hoard aod will be chairman of the finance and policy committee. Stepping into 'the chairmanship is B. M Hntlmelster. who has been president of MacMillan and

CHAPTER 111 TH SIMMONS BECOMES BRIDEY MURPHY

the evening.

Reginald MacMillan, at 70 year* of age. derided to give tip the oneroua position of chairman of

Ft.

BY MOREY BERNSTEIN KI

Full investigation into alleged “laxity of con.stn.irof a 48-mile stretch of the Casriar-Stewart road in

Was paved when Harvey



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tided.

lature

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"The

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bootlegged," he aald.

Enough heroin waa produced to provide 29,000,000 addict* three caps year. Dr. added. Glovaado

!

Cood Question

!

n the Legislature

|/

fiailif

Look through the window!

Ban Racial Discrimination With G. E. Mortimore TF

and the

Victoria

Vancouver

re$t of

make more money

to

we

New Vancouver MLA LeBslaUon

by made public, Mr. Nimslck Raid, and bftdlord. wa. -rhn* and a halt l, urged in the legislature yester enough time to correct the situday by the newest member. I a* ailon." hh kald. “You cant Peterson (SC, Vancouver Cen •! blame it on the opposition or

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Highways Minister P. Gaglardi denied the rharjfe.

Ottawa.

We might land three conventions a month F^ch convention would bring Victoria 500 to .1,000 freespending delegates. That might mean $25,000 or $100,000 of new' money coming to town every' week. Local cafe men and cocktail lounge owners cou ld scarcely complain, since they would have a share of that new money. It wouldn't all be spent in the convention centre. Between. conventions, the auditorium would be used for shows and concerts. What about Liquor Control Board regulations? If necessary, attach a small hotel to the convention centre, to accommodate a few delegates. Then apply Such a place, hacked by the city, for a licence. bringing thousands of dollars of revenue into British Columbia, might win the favor of Colonel McGugan. Convention delegates wouldn’t stop at Victoria. Many of them would go fishing at Cowichan hay. Campbell river and other Island points; some of them would visit the Forbidden Plateau. Buttle lake Attracting conventions to Victoria would be only part of a long-range tourist program. Thorp are many other ways this could be made a more interesting and enjoyable place. As a convention centre, however, we deal in Establish that in carload lots. tourists wholesale first, then turn to the retail side. We should make a start at once, before some other town captures the business.

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Credit

highways

“It was all done through a letter from some Social Credit stool pigeon." Mr. Nimslck

i

almost

and

the

[department

September at the base at BadenNoelllngen, Germany, after a bird struck the aircraft and shattered the canopy. completely blinded aevere pain.

Social

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service

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the

said

government had fired a man in his interior riding after 18 year* of

He.waa cited for "extreme courage and devotion to duty" in landing hi* Sabre

have rich facilities for rest and play. Much more remains to be done, but the potential is there. * * Let's assume that our auditorium has already been built. Now we send out special letters perhaps we send George I. Warren in person— to inform 200 or more national and international clubs and firms what a fine place Victoria is for conventions, and

M You can

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Politicalpatronage was 'charged hy Leo Nimslck (CCF, Cranbrook*.

Syd-

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here.

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Mr. Peterson said such leglaA spokesman said the most would be of special im- likely day for the budget to lo be porta noe to his own riding be brought down would be ~ cause It contained more ethnic Feb. 6. L ,7 Eisenhower a President In 8nd raclal proups than any a * * press conference, finds there other constituency In B.C. LegislativeL.e gisiam f committees rninees com are is much to ponder as he tries > Rarh of MpTieaVy with, cabinet memto answer pointed questions di laI dUaim,n * Protested Arthur Turner reeled at him by newsmen who *,n A «[P°“ ra f t,on wher*vw It may appear,” (CJCF, Vancouver Fast), pull no punches even when he sald "Ministers nisters should he -“Mi be too busy buayj their Informant is the top man

maximum

invite

'

*

j

member*.

Build the auditorium with the help of the province, outside municipalities, service clubs, private enterprise. It doesn't matter how, as long as the job is done efficiently. But build it and watch the It

maiden

his

'

m

,



1 mttee8

,

fc.

€.

work

detailed

lotion

of large con-



dollars roll

Urges

undertake

committees require” he Mid. n0 „ lh>1 caWnM rolni „ oc oc r ,ped 25 P° 9,t,ons dn com

I

ljl111 l ,r on or I,u bulla." the

lnT^W"mornTnT.

speech in the afternoon. He was greeted by a rousing chorus of deskthumping hy government

Give us a big auditorium and enough hotel space,

the

And

-v

sworn gave

ventions here to repay the capital cost in a few years. After that it will he all gravy for the town and the .

y«n



people invest money, they want to know how large the profits will be, and how soon the dollars will fly home to roost. Well, here is one project which should bring immediate and massive returns. It is a civic auditorium for Victoria. A committee is studying the question now. I’ll bet their report will be favorable. * * *

Island.



trv.l

When

number

was to

alfhed at prnJitWf* after- the Clyne-milk report dlscrt mi nation

racial

In*

the southern half of the Island a natural playground.

a sufficient

i

LsljUiU

out of the tourist Inddptry,

have to "spend more first. That’s an obvious fact. However, many people are not aware of it. Climate, scenery and location all join to make will

and we can hriqg

1956

Viclorta, B.C., Wed., Jaa. 25,

(Tolmiiat

MO

29

i

Prb

Helps Potatoes nRI

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3 II

I

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tuber. danger of frost han Your tray of spuds need no passed, we have plants nicely established and well on their veil nor water, but they must have Iota and lots of light, and way to maturity. cool, airy conditions No attempt It doesn't seem to he so gen at forcing the eyes Into growth, erajly understood that potatoes heat or darkness, through It can he started indoor* too should he undertaken, na the obIsn't a messy Job at all. as you

up and

Enomelled in bright red, and fitted with a ....50* tow hook

®

sturdy

stocky

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make

A

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real beauty!

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potatoes

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,

and Gordon

<

arter

Ham

said

they proposed to study the Van couver station soon. nMviinuilv Th, pommlMlon pr,vlm .ly had expressed enthusiasm for

^

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station, a*

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Yet, with lowest.

all

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Fargo trucks are priced with the minute now to call your Chryslcr-

this,

a

Coupli (.OUpIC of Mr.

Oakes and family, whose Sooke river road home w4i, damaged by fire two weeks

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* Afankforfurcd in Canada by Chryiltr Corporation aj Canada, Limited

8-6212

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dance

fuel.

extra dividends every mile, in greater driver efficiency,

low operating cost, dependable service.

Sooke

,,go. will be held In the com , h ,„ F, b , by n|t |i roc to Mart this operation, and legion branch. the beauty of it is that you Sooke Sooke and don’t have to he in any rush Women's Institute has already about ***Ung the tubers into rontrihuted S2S. lhe grfl „ n(J ThPV grow1h ln thrir sprou ,i njj tra>g ntiimNG FBI and you aren’t ln*lng any time) fho barracuda, a savage oavagr fifth *t all by waiting for the *ot l caught In tropical and semi-tropto warm up and th* weather to imj water* haa an average weight |becom« setUed. of 15 pound*.

Fjlr, y

;

anfj Mr*. Fred ,

gradn

with new, grf-ater ea parity 12-volt rlrctrk-al ayatexn. Olvaa hot tor 4 park for tnora (fldoni firing.

Ply mouth- Fargo dealer.

£*£££ Dance eating size

»"«• ddsd yesterday It cnnrn make U you w ant Just a few sooper •ny decision ^ p p doopers to impress the neigh hide testing station until it has hors or to cop n blue ribbon at full fact* on operation and cost, the horticultural shows, leave on, y one snoot, shoot, and stake the of such a venture. „ winiam Ha m Foliage through the summer. .

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Fargo trucks are parked jjyith features that mean maximum return from every dollar you invent. You get

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delivery Job* wnifr.

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in

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top

BEDFORD "OVALTINr VAN

,,

BIOOM.

features

No. 481

1060

YATES ST^ VICTORIA

4-1144

raining as Stewardesses

I

VANCOUVER (CP» -r- Joe Olona. *MMny (Innind cmflrjgm that monpy

^

to police officers

OInna was one who

Victoria, B.C., Wed.. Jen. 25.

Daily doloniflt

1951

3

chunky formet

hnotlegger* tion

^

May Be Dead

Parents

he paid protec-

J’AfUS-

rnn^bleWoTM™

1

Reuters

a pararle of comina during Ih. ..., Vo or thpr<. „ R0 Kh ,> afternoon nession of the R H. Tuphpr hu , bnnij d told her he ha,: royal commission Inquiry into palfJ o(f ,5 „ mh lhe mrtr a e of

£

•natrs

p,ili.

whose

was

Another

was it cost him month to pay off "a man." Coming is the widow of

her husband claimed $3,000 a

Mrs. William

<

Mugs

maker. I

HI

1

.

.1

notosrapner r

1

m

..II

a

to

slip

paper " II, paper which

that

of

not further identified

•Ob

Celona, under questioning by J. (j. A. Hutcheson, commission counsel, admitted a criminal record.

Corning, a book-

I

mm-

James pointed

Constable

W«« lb* Fuehrer inMiw 1 I rid b* really marry hi* mistrwM, K va Meanwhile, the outgoing centre- Hraun, the night before they right government of Premier Ed* planned to kill t Item**! e*«" Was gar Faure met to prepare its let- hi* bridy aimed or m it secretly ter of resignation to be handed to buried" lican.

I

4

•"

1

"That

*•

^

<

Mr Hutcheson

protection.

President Rene Coly.

In February Reader * Digest Favorite candidate for the prem- Heim l.mge. Hitler'* penmnal expected to be selected by r*lol for 20 renr*. now reveal* intimate fart* about the dirt*tnr 's private jjf* answers many puxzling qiMetinm. Got yoor

said

iership,

not true."

is



- Sergeant Len Cuthformer gambling squad 'head,'

Detective heit,

AN CO I VKR

\

News p aper

These

Chinese

eight

Hong Kong

girls arrived

forms.

Brian Ket^i Tuesday laid criminal r h a r g e a against pro tie witness -loe Celona and his lawyer. Angelo Branca. Kent said he wan struck on the fare In a scuffle which occurred when he

England from

in

fo begin training as

steward esses on Far typical skirts they are new stewardess uniare Jenny W'nng,- 20; Edith

Eastern route nf ROAC. wearing will he adapled to right

I**ft





photographer

The

tried to photograph felons for his newspaper. The Van-

in their

wu

rmiver Sun. Brtrn* charged with wilful daiuage to Kent'* camera and Celona with common assault.

Chun, 21: Shirley Dee, 20; Ruby Huang, 19; Mary Jo Kay. 2?: Gram Eva Chang, 24; Lily Ning, 21, and

icrci

summer in an admitted suicide attempt. Inspector Peter Lament outlined his long career in police work and denied taking "long, white envelopes" from Mrs. Corning, who said *he— delivered them to him and another officer for her husshot WWitWrUllfT

band

USED CARS Tom

Ferguson,

6,

are recovering from head and Children's parents.

pital. ait>

Continued from Page (Since

was

I

mother,

A

Ye*.

do.

1

Now years

r-nm

.



.

.

your

la

father'*

Duncan.

How

see

I

when

Eighteen something. Eighteen oh . Where does .

Duncan.

What name?

Are you playing house old

you're

with your hrother?

work?

What t’h .

kind of house do you .

.

.

a

It's

.

house

nice

a

It’s

wood house

.

.

.

has two floors . has ... I have a room upstairs ... go up the .

.

.

.

has..

What

is

count ry

In

left.

of ihe

which you

Ireland.

!»'»

the

to

name

the

was

live"

Ilad

sick.

*oin*

kind of black something , . , black something. I don't know.

How

old

were you when he

died" I

was

He was

four Just

your

In

Cork ...

Ups

In

He’s

.

.

,

just

four.

baby.

a

Record Sel

up-to-date In almost no time! Quickly,

• r»ll«fd

W/tWmON CHEM/T/

Standard Furniture

FRF.F.

ItMf, 1 view

finilu

ESTIMATES



Roofing &

Victoria *1* FORT ST.

Insulation

car driven by sustained $400

was

Duncan 1

in collision

Great changes have taken

to the truck*!

company business

the trust

it

pl«

PRESENTS

Look,

find* you, find

h huh. ('an'!

knows

II*

lietter

Duncan Isn't

Duncan.

place* than

General $1onager.

older than you,

is

he?

Ye*.

Aaaeta Exceed $.100. 000. 000

low much older? He's two years older than I

1055 proved

me.

Now

m*

tell

father.

Is

a short

man?

He*

man

tall

erally

or

color hair?

Uh-uh. Ruth's

real r*d.

It's

hair

decidedly

THE PATTI PAGE SHOW

r not

hi

brown. And what la your name?

red.

It's

Why Oh.

they

did

day? Bridey I

.

.

see

.

every

THURSDAY

name you

Fri-

Bridey.

Why

Bridey.

name you that? Named me alter my

did

CBUT-TV

population

of

they

on

more

trusts

reached This

grand-

Company was more

and more agencies than

new

a is

of almost

30%

in savings deposits

over

1954.

had

of those

in the future if the succession duty exemptions allowed on such estates

are increased substantially.

take far too big a slice out of small and it would not went unreasonable to suggest an exemption of $75,000 in place of the present exestates,

emption of $50,000 on all estates which are left to widow* and children or others m what is generally referred to as the ’’preferred class” of bene hoar ic*.

kfOMTREAA •j.%, » t

W* A.

Need Time

for

f.

Mirmrw*.

«X

Awn* C M'Kni, out.

Sr—— McWctbm

Review of Will a

brings about changes not only

and family arninv tax laws and govern-

in business affairs

Great changes have taken plaee in the Trust Company business over the past fifteen years, but because these changes have been gradual I believe the public does sot appreciate their extent.

The growing complexity

fnn.nnn.noo.

laws



of our tax

stances but in

CALC AWT

least possible cost to the beneficiaries.

can

to these specialized fields.

succession duty and income tax sav-

Pension and profit-sharing plana have heroine inereasingfy important in the work of the Personal Trust

lifetime to build an estate, but

some

begrudge the hour or *o that

takes

Department

to arrange for



CDuorrmH

mental regulations as weft. Thw gives to the need for a frequent review of one’* will to ensure that it will do what it is intended to do at the

empha*M

both succession duty and intax has meant that to provide proper service for our clients we have hod to devote more ami more attention

come

within

inflation of recent years has

marked effect on the living standards who depend on the income from small and moderate sized estates. Some measure of relief can be afforded a

At the present time succession duties

Specialized Service*

The minister said the 1955 value of tourist traffic to the Industry was estimated at

regularity

Relief from Succennon Dutien

The

high.

evidence of an ever widening

on the Savmgv Deposits side of onr business, where there was an increase

These ears brought more than Into §50.000 passenger* Rf, while final figure* for hu*. rail, air. and ship arrivals have not yet been completed

Ooed-t***ing Kellogg’* All-Rran h»* helped million* overcome « common ran** of constipation: lack of good food bulk in the diet, t^ixalive* ,h*t mn'ain no bulk cannot correct thi* deficiency. All-Bran, made of whola wheat grain, mipplir* all the bulk (gentle roughage) yon need daily for regularity. Kellogg * the original, ready-to-eat bran cereal F.njov com-

estates,

Trust Company renders to individuals and corporation*. A new record wa* also established

record

with 283.4811 travellers’ vehicle permits heing Issued — a rise of 5.000 over the previous year.

natural

to administer

appreciation of the services that the

1.300.000,

a

This past year the called

the numtier ot wills marie by the living which appoint the Company executor -j

aid yesterday. **t

Trust Company’s operations. For the first time, total assets under administration exceed half a billion dollars.

.

6:30 p.m.

k

Trade Minister Ralph Uhetwynd Tourist traffic during the year

to be the most prosperous Canada's history. These genprosperous conditions are reannual report of National

flected tn the

tall.

What

m

year

your

About

he a

the -Trust

It is

well informed

on

Gmipany’s job all

to estate planning.

be

The iMarriage

will

been said that

its

to be

matters relating

VANGOUVr*

Often suggestions

made which

ings. It has

result

it

m

lakes a

tf

dispontioa by wilL

National

10 day* or return the empty rarton and get double your money hack.

Trust

of tyigaro Special Canadian Production

CBC

Talavlalon

CBC

Radio

Trans-Canada Nstwork

CBUT January

29—10

January 25-7:30 p.m. p.m

.

Thone*: 41818. 12881

I7

Svnillr«i*

it

.

Co.

10*»a

DKiritiu'ril

G Brye

.

TERMS



M •Altai A.u RMf Psndvrs si Cnk

died.*

I

Cnpvruhl

This provlme played hn*l to more touri«t* l»«t year than »h*

fortable,

Brings any bath-

Choice of colors, comWnattwis. Get mar estimate

Norlh Star

Fndn>

Visitors

To Provine total

Tile.

and Duncan finds me.

Sort of reddish, like mine. Your hair is red"

By

AND

Wall

room handsomely

MEAT PRODUCTS

What games do you play? hide-and seek.

rich looks, effects. lifetime weSTr cost savings, learn the fact* about "Modem” plastic

Serve You

to

quick

For

a

smart man. Play

MEETS ALL NEEDS!

III

"And

damage wa. done

Cork.

barrister.

a

STYROTILE

Ferguson,

Lila

*•

see, Do you have, any f other brothers or sisters" Have one brother that died. What did he die from? II*

father

does

3,

injuries in hos-

For Your Greater Convenience

CLEARANCE

with a chipper truck on Cowirhan I>ik* road at noon yesterday Police said the car skidded on the Iry road, went into the ditch, then out again, and collided with the chipper truck, driven by Sardana Singh. Little

All right. You sav he goes downtown and what?

,

.

and turn very nice.

stairs It's

.

your

Cindy,

sister,

and

the 20 dead.

TUB SB ARCH FOR

DUNCAN A Arthur

and

arm

Tom

among

missing and believed

Dollar -ilrelching t'rr

'n'

,

What town?

live In.

.

1808

.

Where

father work? He's a barrister . . . downtown ... a barrister ... In the town and the village.

Fight.

while

is?

it

b*04

Mirrv

damage when

.

name?

hr

Doiihl»
you are eight do you know what

is?

it

•„»

BRIDEY MURPHY .

that

old.

year

Tomorrow:

your

old

What

are >011 doing now? Playing playing house playing with my hrother. . What i* your brnther’a

,

END OF PART Do you know how

brother was when h* died? No. Just «... not one , . yet. Don't know.

girl.

All right. Do you sc* yourself when you are older?

.

Bridey.

of th* opinion

that th* name *h* had given sounded Uke Friday, I Mid denly r*fl*ct*d that this Friday Murphy person might have b**n a mal*.)

Bridget

i

inexpensively installed

Murphy

1

Dignst todayi article* of knetmg mtertwt, including the ftrmt from tt ireta book*, leading magasunea, coodenaed to *ave yoo time, .18

dazed by Sunday night's tragic train wreck at

Still

Los Angeles,

One of the envelopes contain, si $300, she said. Earlier, two senior police offi cers testified they had no knowlOf corrupt K»n wiibm in* force. At the same time, Mr. Tupper said he hopes to end the inquiry this week "short of overlooking any piece nf evidence."

Pebmary Rmikf'i

OLSON’S 1-YEAR GUARANTEED

Three Dispensaries

Story of Bridey

cast for the outgoing president,

Pierre Syhneiter, a Popular Repub-

"Old you ever pay any money to *he police force?" *asked Mr. Hutcheson **vJo sir. not a dime.” "CUthhert gave evidence that

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The

Iij

JOHN FOSTER DULLES. Secre- could bring about that result. In the fuss which has followed that fundamental tary of State for the United States, stand has been overlooked. must appreciate by this time the difficulty of discussing state policy in other than Conceding that Mr. Dulles might he state channels. The remarks attributed in a stronger position if he had made his In him in Life magazine, his own explanapolicy m leech before Congress, he at least tio%of'that ‘‘informal interview," and the is in the position of being able to point tempest in a teapot which has resulted in out that what the United States stands oss in the cm ttatik for has been outlined before the United bin own period of an election year, have all served Nations councils repeatedly and plainly to extinguish in some measure the funda- ‘enough. One has only to contrast the mental thing whirh Mr. Dulles on his own United States' w ithdrawal from the former evidence was trying to say. This was that League of Nations in between two world the United Slates was convinced that wars, and her consistent stand in interhacking down before communist infiltranational affairs since for a united front tion in any manner had led the free world against creeping aggression to appreciate nowhere, and must he replaced by a direct the sincerity and purpose behind that facing of each such attempt with firmness policy. and strength. No one pretends that the task of That is Mr Dulles’ own interpretation leadership which has fallen to the United lli* Slates in the current post* wap period has of what he was l eying to oxptVM*. “three times-to-tW-hi ink of war" refereither been easy or that the role has been with American policy, faultlessly carried. To accuse Mr. Dulles ence, coupling thm certainly called for a better explanation of 'Svar-mongering." however, is absurd. than the interview attributed to him in If his own definition of his country’s polit y The U.S. Secretary of is studied it will he seen that, through Life gave to it. State ha* since given his own explanation. strengt h end firmness it implies the exact opposite, There will be a Tvorkablo form It 1$ that the policy ho was referring to was not the seeking of situations which of peace in the world wheh communism understands that the retreat by demoomight lead the world to the brink of conflict. but on the contrary a level facing rary is at an end, and that aggression up to all threats which if persisted in itself no longer will pay. r.

,

Too Many

Public Appeals

I

S



Some

a direct outcome of the multiplicity of appeals for .money made to the

is

falling-

J Royal’s favorable

recent

Island

below

minimum

requirements.

subject is an extremely complex and touchy one, for government* generally are understandably reluctant-to put any imr^diment in the way of appeals to meet genuine needs. The debate in the Ontario legislature and its outcome may help to clarify the issue and offer a course of action for other Provinces to consider.

Princess' Impressions

He appeared never

visit left

impression*,

to

Victoria

and

with

some

especially

those

her

as much of the, credit for this happy of affairs helortgs to the carefaking by

state

British

Scene

.

.

the forest service as to the consideration The rough-hewn of the public at large. limber signs also Impressed the Princess as neatly unobtrusive notice-boards, although she was afraid she might he unpopular in her home area for mentioning this since tlmlter is not so plentiful there as here. In her travels across Canada the Princess Royal was struck with the greal rate of building going on and she mentioned “the small modern houses which gave a sense of simplicity, comfort and cosiness that was refreshing." She spoke also of the neatness of gardens in British Colum“trim, tidy and generally unconvenbia Since tiie Princess tional in layout." impressed everyone on this side by her own friendly interest and warm grace it



matter for satisfaction to learn that she carried away with her such a good impression of this country. By her kindly areount of her experiences she prove* herself to be a fine ambassador for thi* land, which will always be glad to welcome her again at any time. Is

.

a

hav-

to

have moved

he intervening 12 months. never thought of him again until on I ha ppened

during I

I

two nights ago when an Item about “that aid nty Arab friend

feeling,"

tired

leapt

from the were

as though he

mind

har k of cny

'

s

a genie.

t

*

*

AH human

*

beings.

It

has been said,

and have to be are prodded to get a move on. That is why so many people wish they had been born rich instead of good-lookGiven this initial- blessing, or ing presumably they would sedative, behave as nature intended them to, lazy

Inherently

talks

|

tfte'

British*

moiflji,

of ihe

Anglo-

the

f»r

"top-lev el"

begin tn Washington al

which

chiefs will need to consider.

preliminary process Is exFor this is nut going to sential. be a conference on some particular a

border

down together

lo

Perhaps

day whal why ie. an blue gown, i

man

a

The Item

in

only subject for discussion; but they will surely have a very high piiurity in MB' UlC. "KITT Evelyn shuckburgh, under-secretary in charge uf Middle East affairs In himself has Foreign Office, the

had a psychiatric slant. It sugit gested lhat often enough fatigue had nothing to do with physical tiredness

into

was an

hut

,

en-

see

imaginative stale.

was so interesting

a

proposi-

lead on quickly, to discover that when inertia grips you in this

you have conjured

some

escape

in

Many

brilliant

a -

son,

It

up merely

unpleasant duly. but frustrated perhidden behind a

seems.’ has

it

“false fatigue” alibi.

Many a person who is neither brilliant nor frustrat ed, I fear, also invokes ihe same alibi. The

psychiatrist

theory

who

non physical

of

fatigue

ha®.

parte landed In Egypt. One has only to look at a world map to see that that is geographically Inevitable. Today the vast oil resources of some of ihe Middle East countries have made the area economically, as well as geographically, world important. Unfortunately. It is not only important. it Is disturbed and unstable; and

couldn't read the hour hand on the clu. k-

Kunniiy enough this is precisely the state many of us are in at 7. .TO in Ihe morning, so one can well believe that the reason Is an induced psycho*

Israelis.

Each com-

other

was being roughly, It

the

that

unduly favored. worked.

Still,

What

the

followed

and

Egypt

both

fiont

receiving

after,

diselnaure

lhat

have

been

Israel

Wr*t tanks and

Ihe

other military material which have evaded the three power control*.

The quantifies may he

very important.

of

the “balance"

not

fact,

In

The disturbance

may

be great.

not

Ihe psychological effect has been disastrous. Israel now susperis that Etjpt and the other Arab States are R:it

re arming secretly a® well as openly. The Arabs suspect the same of Israel.

There

is

Ihe most

is

perilous of

all

There

the

international situations.



sible

sudden, local Incident touching prr a "chain reaction " There is the temptation to think that If a collision is Inevitable it would be

impenalistic movement. There is the unfo? lunate and unforeseen Impact

of the Palestinian war hideously possible than

activity

Irrespon-

of

Saudi Arabian leaders in Jordan and the Persian Gulf; the sudden ac< essjon of oil wealth there seems (n have touched off a new Saudi

danger of -a

wise in strike

first.

A second round looks more it

year

did

*

of

a

this,

* more mundane possibly-

per-

haps he was paraly/ed by thought the hills he would have to pay. Tschaikowsky, too. had bouts of fictional laziness “At the least exertion,' be wrote in his diary, “it seems as though I have a nail in my brain." This s a quite recognizable symptom even if one never composed a Nutcracker Suite. You see how It is. however, that your secret fatigue has been exposed of

i

So He Ups and Quits

O

UR

pews columns have quoted

part of the letter of resignation

from an employee of (he city of Ottawa who wrote that he proposed to

enjoy

a

pos^ "where

there will

rontlnual frustration, wider construction experience, lunch hours free of calls from Irate ratepayers, higher remuneration. Ilvy-day week,

be

le-s

thiee weeks of summer vacation and more hopeful future."

a

This disillusioned person is 2.1 vears had a salary from the rii> of about $1,000 a vrar. and at 21 had

old,-

achieved a position of some importance in the department of planning and woiks.

sad case, lie might have put up with the five and one half day week, with his meagre remuneration of some St.ooo a'year. with the prospect that he nught he all of 15 before

His

a

ix

he could hojie lo be

when

ning.

hi/t

calls

from

irate

it

of planto gelling

dll ei tor

came

citizen*

who

hap-

he the people who paid hi* disturbing bis lunch period, salnrv what could a fellow do hut quit! Remind® us of a young chap quite

pened

In

unknown lo the people who put up his name for

in

general,

the mayoralty at an Ottawa election some years ago. He said he helleved that now-

adays

young man should

a

start

at

Actually the thesis Is as old as It Beelzebub, this idea that people pre tend to he tired in order to avoid unpleasant duties. But now It has hern promulgated aloud the alibi Is not

Is

tt

new,

in

What More

ever now do my to that squatting Arab he never heard of frus imaginative fatigue. He to him;

than

thoughts

f|y

figure

bet

(ration just did

he

sat.

I

or

what came naturally Lucky fellow.

the

suspicions:

be

supremo

both Britain and -th« of United States in the Middle East It to help to preserve peace and to restore stability.

The Packsack GREGORY CLARK

Of

ILLY

B

the

Rose,

theatrical

pro-

and entrepreneur

ducer. columnist

of Ihe great world of entertainment

V nVET hV*

New

crr.TTed

,

a

of furore down there with a speech ,i

he made at whal called

Town

lx

Hall.

lie advocated that

Central Park, which is one of New York'* gi cates t pri{t'*s a large area of preclous real estate smack In the mld*t of the city he converted into a vast amusement area with band shells, a midvvfey, a couple of dozen restau-

some dance

rant*.

pavilions

flood-

diamond* and tennis

lighted baseball

courts and a great mvlei ground sys-

tem of parking

Inf*.

Billy Rose i« speaking for the only kind of people hr knows, and h# admits his suggestion will bring down

the wrath of “aff the bird watchers fanciers" and dandelion the in

country. It sure will. The entertainment industry, -which Include* an Immensely wealthy galaxy of industries, such as the theatre,

motion picture, radio, TV', re«tnight club circus and side Industrie®, mu«t regard the of spring with mounting honor every year. the

Miirant.

To" sec. me mlnnre rite fftadji nvT highways Ifinmr fit to travel tens and bundled* of thousand* nf people

away

earning

»ti

out into the country,

heading for

summer home,

hotel,

fnre*t

lake.

or

open country, must he ence (or

primitive

common

Just

a tragic experi-

who have

those

all

invested

min h money and lime and Ingemidy entertaining people In cities and towns A tree a hush, must he a symbol detested by the counties! so

promotri s

nf

paid entertainment

No wonder (•onvMried alive

at

T

all

they want Central Park he way tt i* now it keeps seasons of the year, the

thought of farther field* tn the minds of the millions confined lo tiie rilyC It

tenrunds «

them constantly of estape. ttees. us open expanses,

vista,

are

nothing but a to people to

be ready every ln«tant to flee away, turn their hack* upon theatre, movie, restaurant nifty night rluh, and even the easy comfort of radio to

fart

a pity.

t

daily, hourly incitement

is.

apt to be useless In future.

possibilities.

There may be steps which Britain and America could ike, offers whuh they could make which would mak« a detente, and even, a settlement, possthle. Even that will be a deli* cate operation. For, both Israelis and Arabs aip sensitive and Inclined to auspicTCTT But 75? IWe 1111115 Timber

The park Its mete

the top.

r

for the fraud

be

show

(From The Ottawa Journal)

*



to

corning

logical distate for the unpleasant 1a*k

Charles Darwin is another who Is alleged to have conjured a slate of ease in avoid unpleasant exertion. He was so allergir, in fact, he could bear the fatigue of being hardly prenent at his daughter's wedding.

may

there

Yet

bit

arms and war materials. Soon

That

* * the «au«es?

are disruptive

these days

taken and assumed hv nations which are fully sovereign and independent.

lhat reiyires in

fears.

the

the free world.

in

in

and the purchase by Egypt of an unknown quantity of Czechoslovakian

teriorated.

a

have

jdbillties,

But now It has been made ineffectiin* the offer lo Egy pt, tk ft—¥

during the past 12 months the situahas deIt tion has not improved.

of getting up.

explanation

plained

Each believes lhat the other is prepatinc lo attack as soon as it All lodge® the moment favorable thinking is dominated by mutual

ran

lo

piove

“Eastern ques-

been a

projects this

some celebrated examples his case, Samuel Johnson died. Boswell said of him that is sometimes he was so languid he point to

So-called

In one form or another, major international subject annexed since the Russians first Turkish territory ami «dme Bona-

tion"

l

1

wme

The once

to say.- satisfied nei-

had needles-*Arabs nor

ther

there

gone to Washington.

when you have tinAwn and sink hack

favorite chair

.i

'fid*

tion

ihe

1

feeling most people are familiar with,

s« tor m-esnre i-hed cutting the

kept by the jwlicy of the three Western Power** of lestricting their sales of aims to all Middle East countries. It

T hi* tip was the normal U/y

about

go

of conversation?

means be

dictate are gone,



At this moment. I think. It 1* the Middle East. Middle East questions will by no

nondescript

a

and

great pfiWTrs rmild der+dr

when

interest

¥

arming between Israel petition in and her neighhuti Lniil tbia year jl rough, and Uneasy, balance had been

.

Is

pre«|.

the

What

should

*

*

The other aggravating factor has been ihe intensificatl'in of the com-

chief

the

l»e

“meel

will

force with force."

world

of

lo

theme

that brought

exactly

ted

gamut Ing

Is itself of ihe hates doing toan be dune tomorrow. Else

ih.it

the

for

reprisal

than

iucK events recur the

if

sec-

Import

problems what

column

m

at a police boat on tar bigger anything that had preceded It. It has diawn from Colonel Nasser the warning or threat -that

Out of the whole

Port Said Arab!”"

this

traditional genre

minor

Lake Tiberias was on a

scale

That, perretary. haps. gives It a cer-

-

my

just ilke

st sell

1

is

Syrian frontier flung of shuts

Anglo American talks sin« e Anthony Eden became prime minister The last tune he w'as In Washington he was foreign se cre tary. This lx also the first time that Mr. Selwyn Lloyd has taken part in such a meeting since he purely

special

certainly

It

gravest

Tiie

premier have to concan be done? They cannot provide a "soIuUjp." The days

be understanddangerous, live military operation across the

That

able.

ts

which the

the problems

all

sider.

may

violations.

mind,’

tr^jcnv

dent and

**tnrl-

of drastic retaliation for even

Sir

tain

of

jiiancesTtav^iecorrt^monTncnnor^^ serious. Israel has avowed the policy'

talk

about the whole world without wasting a lot of time before getting down These preliminary to brav« tacks meeting* ate picking out the must important and the spikiest tack® This is the first opportunity for

became foreign

war were to bt'eak out where might It not

if

In Palestine,

This,

For one thing the denuT^ltie^tabl^ii^lh^ri^Jhi^

tn^wnoI^v^nf^xJu^iou^mM^^ic sit

*pi4»ul?

armistice of 1919.

aublect^ni^field^i^^v^^^vil^be just

And,

again

Isr ael

and exj>erts are sorting nut and fining down Issues which their

not

ago

ib the fact that the always the Atlib situation on border* ha* be* nhie WiMXrUW * source of greater anxiety. The situation ix. beyond any doubt, worse than at any tune since the Palestine

wortying

American

officials

Such

W. N. EVXKK. from lamdnn Baghdad Treaty on Egypt and Aiab states But. above all.

the other

Ihne

Ute end of

and



There could be

concerning the cleanliness of park site* and the beauty of private garden* and small homes. These impression* she conveyed last week to an audience in Yorkshire. relating with evident pleasure some of the things which had arrested her Not surprisingly the picnic attention. site* in provincial park*, which as everyone knows are a credit to the forest service, won her special commendation. She told how these were provided with tahles and benches and obviously appreciWhat ated and cared for by the public. struck her particularly, she said, was that there was no "ugly paperchase of left litter which, alas, one so often finds in This is a tribute to the this country." people of the Island who use the sites and one which is deserved, although perhaps

The

Victoria, have by-laws of appeals that may one year by direct

The w hole

interesting to learn that the Princess

Vancouver

any

remembered

I

ing seen him before

number

in

for lack of central restraint, have grown so numerous as to permit of two or more organizations soliciting funds for identical nr similar purposes. The result tends to arouse public resistance to the point where voluntary support of essential services is

able to the public for all money obtained. Toronto Better Business Bureau raised the issue when it protested that since the end of the Second World War "appeals for money in this city have multiplied to a staggering total, and although the Community Chest of Greater Toronto has done much lo eliminate the number of appeals, the situation is getting worse from day to day." Complaints in Toronto reflect a condition which ha S* lone vexed the whole of Canada but about which governments at all levels have hesitated to takp action.

T

made

approach on the streets, commonly known as tag days: but they have no control over solicitations by other means so long as they conform to principles of honesty. In this province and in this city it is the number rather than the purpose of 'Hie the appeals that causes anxiety. bona fide* of organizations making them art* rarely in doubt, and there is seldom complaint on the score of accountability, “Charity rackets" if startl'd here would not thrive for long. Nevertlwleas appeals,

have all fund-raising organizations, apart from those soliciting money solely from their own members, made fully account-

A

like

cities,

limiting the

he

its the Ontario Legislature at coming session will he asked to enact legislation which would bring all fundraising activities under provincial control. resolution This request is contained in a of the Toronto city council adopted last asks tor the passage of It November. an act to provide for “control and regulation of public appeals for funds for charitable, educational and philanthropic purposes." ’Hie city council also seeks to



pardon

a year later that

way and then

tirely

A

public,

you

if

will

the contradiction. It passed I again

was his

In

scarcely noticed him.

.

I

M

I

non

*

Arab

descript

Best Policy

ilie

him,

noticed

M

'err

time

first

preparation

I American

JL

wn

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Wanhinffton

to



—and

khoM of shoe#

.

In*

By PublDhisd

SETH HALTON. PubUaher

Prpludp

Thinking Aloud •

A I.' S. senate subcommittee blames Juvenile delinquency on Idleness, so What S the next step laws against child

« « * A gentleman has been arrested for smuggling a steam roller out of England A suitable defence should be that

he

was taking

to press his pants.

Whether or not nur winter* are really getting warmer, some people *e<*m to think they are. judging from

every snowstorm is listed a* "unexpected." * * * “Half the fun of a ski resort." hm hies a brochure, “I* relaxing in front of a roaring fire." Fine; but the

nonlabor?

it

with him

way

what

s

the

other half?

or

TV

In their

very

own homes.

they can Just get rid of the park* the next thing would he rid of the trees along the si teet«. Then ihe flower shops would If

In

cities,

to

get

have

to go.

Billy

K"-e doesn't even want danHappily,

delions,

llkelv

York.

lo

outlast

the

daftdeltop

rifle*,

even

la

New



1

,

"

Wei,

Victoria, B.C..

Colonial

fiailjl

Jar. 25. 1956

5

Wants Riding Split

Fund

4 round the Island

Witch -Hunting

-

I*

1M



1

ra riKllVI

i« A well known imm that the cult or virus of comwill not propagate nr thrive In the sterile soil of a hspp> rnuntr>. or a mor* or less pioaperou* one; therefore they use every method nr Artifice, to stir up dissension rt

-

mun'em

Hits 810.000

In communities or organizations by infiltration Into or hy suggestive Inurndoes which will cause nr vtir -up agnation. T.iep; greatest allies are those self-righteous demagogues who are loudest In their denunciation of Communists.

H»i*

n

8,1

.

For Memorial Home

m

irl elu

.

have also indicated they will contribute. Ur. Buckingham -^»id further

district

people, like the witch hunters of old. see

of

Communist around every corner and condemn every one who unwittingly might cross the path of one. a

Witness the

Colonial in which two of

But the society will continue

them are

view to reducing the amount to

that la supposed to have Communistic leanings Possibly they have, and I’ll bet they are clapping their hands with Joy at the puhlicity and the hope that It will cause a full-scale row

voted out by ratepayers after a trial period here some time ago. were on their way back was made before council this week by Mayor Loran Jordon.

the next general meeting of this particular branch.

al

He

As mernhers of the legion there Is the time and place them to present any grievance thes have against any

for

when made

branch nr executive without turning it Into a public brawl and thereby aiding the very people ihej so glibly denounce. It

R.

V

*

Saanichton, B-C.

1,

Immortal

E.

made

VIRGIN.

ran

questioned enforce

ability

city’s

.NANAIMO He

is

a

Monday

council

jrenev

made

in

such meeting ever held

bc

larger share of the

a

market here for agricultural product*.

*

*

asked hy

of hi* readers.

.Alherni

will

council

lw>

to

enforre the rlty by-law gov* ernlng "stop when occupied" crosswalks. Pofire will also be asked lo check on jay-walkers with the Me* nf encouraging use of

Had he used

the word* backsliders or apostates Instead of atheists I would be inclined to agree with him. However, as an atheist I resent the Inference that atheist* are fickleminded coward* Why should an atheist fear death’ He neither anticipates future reward* nor fears future pun-

menu are

and

fast

it

wax founded

to offer the very

m

auto

happens, you're in good hand* prompt, dependable. Claim scttlo-

fair.

Groat for value t Allstate’s rates are usually tower ihan thoso of most other leading companies. You can t buy better protection See or phone your Allstate Agent today

Monday. Annual rommlttee reports and declara-

why pay more?

will he presented

tion or dividend* * *

been

Allstate

Groat for service! Whatever with Allstate. Agent service

announced, * Teen Town ha*

•sompla . t#w»r amounts from $100 up Just one

.

.

1

SIMPSONS-SEARS

ORDER OFFICE

here after a lapse of .several years Rr*nnie Kilbey was elected preslrevived

YATES STREET

720

dent at a reeenl re-organlratton meeting. Other officer* are: J.ulia A person Kathleen

Ship (lalendar

Phone 4-1443

MERCHANT SHIPPING

Smith. David Tran field. Eddv IIptTM Maxine Cox. and

You’r*

In

good hondi

with

; . •

VICTORIA

PORT lum

DEPARTURE

C»»IT

»uilj

6.30

FORT

ST.

COMPANY

I <1.36*

Otan'hra

In

Van<-i>u‘»r

Co«od'
A year-round series of film forums on child develop- European Trader. (King in the pre-school years will he introduced in the cowichan bay as an extension of the Child Health Conference of the Central Vancouver Island Health IN PORT

PROTECTION

Hand OWit»i Toronto

Nanaimo area tomorrow Unit.

Forums are

LINN A GALE.

from Maffeo

to he held

3 p.m. to 1 p mauditorium at

1002 Vancouver street. Victoria, R.C.

In the

the

health

renfre

Peaee Council known

Grant for protection t

sound, dependable protection. Allstate* leadership insurance 11 your best proof that Allstate keept its promise. finest in

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Fellowship ha* been formed.

organization

I

UtaJ

Is

defence

.

stressed the necessity of sec- $375; Alherni District Scandiondary Industries to the Is- navian Club, sinrt; Julies' Orange Lodge. $15. Sro rid Ivin nan land's economy In the legislaSewing Club. $50: Buffaloes ture yesterday. He also suggested that hia Lodge. $500; International Biotherhood of Pulp and Sulconst ituen cy be split In tw-o one part to’ represent the Is- phite Worker*- Stiff; Kinsmen Alherni District Club, $170; land area of his tiding and the Joint Labor Council, $100;

Walvt* Ray. reloading tKIng Bros.)

However. Mr. Mortlmore’a estimate that there are *n people in Victoria who believe in science Instead of superstition and in reason Instead of revelation. very encouraging It I* to provide a forum and meeting place for these freethinker* that the Victoria Humanist

.

ondary industries to Vancouver r-85. Donations have been received Idand ft'uui Legion Biatidt 1G9. 5375 Dr. larry Giovando tlnd. Nanaimo and the Islands) Ladled Auxiliary to Branch IGA.

IN

many thousand

A public health nurse will show films and answer questions. Film* include "He Art*

a* the

not of Ihe Victoria Peace Council, but * Justification of it* exigence. Article 2 of It* constitution read*. The function of the Victoria Peace Council shall be rnnsultailon. Initiative, promotion and guidance nf the way* that make for peace and frairrnal relation* between peoples and nations and In public relation* within the nation*. a

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car owners

Among recant pledges was-asked yrsterdav to do -evervthing in It* power to bring sec- One fur 51 .001) finm IWA Local

her.

ishments.

Is

know

COBBLE HILL Annual meeting of the Cobble Hill Credit Union will be held In Cobble Hill hall at 8 pm,

COOMBS

*

AI.BKRNI — RC'MP

He write* when an astronomer, announce* the approaching end of the world that "On that day. the churches will be so erow-ded with former atheists that there won’t be room for the regular congregation.

3 000,000

A cheque for SI. 000 had already been received from Al bernl plywoods social services committee.

history-making farmers and The Retail

a district

Formation of the farmers’ agency was suggested a* a means for local formers to

BC.

Donations of $1,000 and $750 from the -employees' snetaf services committees of Somass and Alherni Pacific divisions were announced at the same time.

recent

af

meeting between Cnmo.t Merchants’ Association. It was believed to be the

secure

This

Ben

Headline Thnrsduy Night



r aimers

T find "All Aboard” one of the most Interesting column* In the Colonist. Mr. Mortlmore i* a very capable writer. He must be if in one sentence he can boih offend and please

many

* Mayor

*

*

ALRERNI

dirta la

Madrig Ru>laxi

al

and loans.

Industries



Aldermen Wright. J. G. Trebert and (’ M. Blair, and Cil.v Clerk .lames Saw-ver will attend a meeting of the Vancouver Island branch of the Itnion of British Columbia Municipalities in Nanaimo today.

night.

refan outlets was

first

Giovando

wafer

COURTENAY to

ANNE DOUGLAS. 1266 Vista heights, Victoria.



f'iisker

rlty

for

Your rarirrt IM>II raulS ala »«u a taluahl* prlial S.nd tASr »Kh r*u> nama and adBat in, Vlrlaila Pr...

ant«*r

Stho-I

pledging a donation of gi.lKIO on completion of srrangemenls for government grants

secretary

service connections will he raised from $in to $10, council decided this week on recommendation of Aid, John Rlack-

M

Peter

elec-

vacancies chairman,

accountancy

trosmata

Sp%ottSliau>

MacMillan Jt Kiuedi-I president B. M. Hoffnielster

stnpk.

ami Arthur Clark will fill two vacancies on the parks hoard for 19,56.17. Appointments were approved by

prophet calling

us to a peaceful, loving, creative future of human brotherhood on earth. While the human heart beats, his name will be music in human eats. If we were (nrred to surrender every expression of human genius nut one. surely we would retain poetry arid If we wet* called to Jose from the vast accumulation of metafure all hut a score of bonks among the choice and perfect remaining would he the songs of Burns. The poet touches every scene and sounds every thought and feeling, hut the refrain of all Is Scotland. Burns, with the authentic instinct of genius, sounds the true note of the greatness of Scottish character. “From scenes like these old Scotia’s giandeur •prtngs that makes her loved »t home, revered abroad Princes and lords are hut Ihe breath of king*; an honest man's the noblest work of God."

civic

is

Niven

.lack

AI.BKRNI-- Fee

to

parking restrictions In the embracing Third and Fourth avenues from Argyle to Mar; Argyle, Angus and Mar. from Third to Fourth a ve n uft. Parking icsl rlcliona. in the area are now effective only on Saturdays.

world.

RIackhum

Ed.

court:

area

I

for office at for three

linns,

with

qL Ihr Whale

•:«noir»pnj.

cho!««,

soci-

from

GIOVANDO

DR. I.ARRY

and only one candidate

.fall

comm k tee the

In setting words to" KenTTIafi me nd ies~Burn* iurns to music the emotions common to humanity and so he pas-o>« from the exclusive love of Scotland Into the reverence of the not a poet of the past.

on

After lengthy argument the suggestion was referred lo a

Mayor Jordon

eve of Robert Burns' birthday again we think of Fletcher s words “Give me the making of the •onga of a nation, and I care not who makes its laws “ When we think of Scottish poetry, and poets, we pause at once and pausing we remain forever at the slump of the bestloved of all Scotsmen, the greatest master of simple song. Robert Burns.

is

part

In

area

Weekdays.

Memory

On the Andrew

Burns

Vacancies occurred when two members. J, McGregor and llarry Freeman, retired last

one hour

he enforced

downtown

Buckingham,

ety prenidenl, received • Idler

was

a recommendation

the

William

statement

to council that

parking of

the

be raised by mortgage and. consequently, reducing unit rentals.

Hi* Age." "Your Children and You." 'Terrible Twos and Trusting Threes," "Frustrating Fours and Fascinating Fives,"

"Discipline."

"Why

Won't Tommy F.at?" and "For Health and Happiness."

Article 1 stales Membership shall be open to all citizens lrgardless of race, national origin, religion, class, need, pn lltlcal party or *e\. who are prepared to support actively the objective* of the council And article 5 further states: The Victoria Peace Council may co-operate with any other group nr association In pursuit of its objective*, but may not become Identical with, or

— There

were 36 Alherni in 1AM. with property loss nf only $.1,000. according lo a report presented council at

AI.BKRNI

fire

calls In a total

this week. Sandy Gllmmir was

meeting

any other group. The above Justifies our existence and require* no defence The publication of thi* letter would acquaint your reader* with fad* regarding this organization, and remove any lose IT* identity in.

re -ap-

pointed fire chief for Ihe current year. foil

net I authorized purchase 16 firemen'* hat* for the volunteer brigade.

doubt as to the sincerity of our motive*. The writer of this, an orlogeparian. in convinced ’the remedy for the worldwide distrust and ca* fusion is peace, which alone goes hand In band with international co-

nf

GANGES

M. Gardner was

chairman nf the school fio«M of District 61 at a recent meeting

Caledonian Monarch, loading 'King Bros.)

elected

The fun tv»ard comprise* Mr. Gardner. Ganges; Mrs. D Ktopin.sk Ganges; A. G. Birch. Ganges; A D Dane, Kill ford: Mrs. A E Scoones,

DUNCAN BAY PORT

|.\

Parhltea. loading

PORT ALRFRM PORT

IN

i

Galiano; Mrs. F L. Prior. PenR Aitken, Mayne Island. der;

Olga, loading.

TAHSIS IN PORT Halcyon and Georgia, loading

Possibility nf having a coal stoker installed at Ganges school wa* discussed. Full Informal ion on costs will be pie* Pft ted at the next meeting. It was reporled that enrollment at Pender island had In-

ONLY AT

.

.

,

OLSON’S GUARANTEED

1-YEAR

USED CARS

creased 50 per rent.

ONE-WEEK SPECIAL GUARANTEED ALL FIR »

44

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C.O.D.

Cf)RI>S

ORDERS ONLY 2-4622

operation.

S SMITH. 1

UW Walnut

Victoria.

Secretary, Victoria Peace Council.

direct.

BC.

a me

CHORE

Just a* * matter of information: Ihe organization known as the National Federation of l.abor Youth, that Ihe Britannia Branch of the legion rented their premise* to for the purpose of raising money ($2,000 B.C. quota lor the Com munlst-front paper to "continue publication" and known as the Champion, is the successor of the Young Communist League of Canada which wa* outlawed across Canada in I960. 1

GIRL

All they have done |s to change the name of the organization lust as the Communist Parly of Canada, also outlawed, changed its name to the Jjvbor Ptngressive partv

FRANK 1604 Belmont

A\e

H.

GENUINE KNITTED COPPER POT CLEANER

net

despite

... no

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time wasted

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profit

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slightly

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plants stoppages at two nearly three month«;

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or splinter.

rinses clean.

.

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can’t

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Available everywhere,

(basal

metabolic rate

you are l»vm«

at

racing-car a peed or along only half alive

to

go to California

ia

on

Both sjteed dally between Portland and San Franoisco with convenient connections to and from Los Angeles and points East. Train* from Vancouver. B.C., and Seattle connect with both-at Portland.

The Daylight (14.161 feet

to show abnormal

),

ia

\ luxurious chair car train that gives you a

— the high Cascade*.

Mt

Shoot*

Ihe ajiectacular .Sacramento canyon. Features

include the unique terraced all-dome lounge car, the dining and coffet

chugging

ahop cars and chair car* with huge "akyview windows.

A Private Life of Adolf Hitler

HEADACHE

way

the fares are surprisingly low.

relaxing day of fun and sightseeing

February Reader * Digest tells you how dot-tor* (eat your HMR if

Safest and most Intereating

the Shaata Daylight, hy day, and the Ca*rnd*. overnight. Travel doesn't come any finer and

No

Dominion Oilcloth

S.P.TO CALIFORNIA

one of our two great atreamliner*

rARTRlDC.pl

Victoria, R.C.

In the year ending Oct, 31 fl.flgn.95n '$2 47 a aha re*,

YOU'LL ENJOY

night on the Corrode

is

cocktails, dinner, fun in the

In February Header a Digest, Hitler 'a valet for 20 year* reveal* intimate facta about the dictator' a private life and death newer* many puuiuif question*.

in a really

good bed

in

like a

gay evening

in a

deluxe hotel

You'Ll enjoy a fast, relaxed trip on either of these



. «

“Cascade Club" and then a Ana sleep

your own private room.

famous train*

Facts About Abortion A grandmother with heart

dta-

eaae ... a 13- year old rap* victim both were pregnant, aaked aborttona Should they be granted? Hera are frank fact* about on* of our mnet unewvory



Southern Pacific

problem*

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club*.

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Make allowances

via social

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dominated by * e e and commission house buying dent Eisenhower made his annual Oats and barley prices were economic report to the United BENEFITS INTERIOR ,r<* nd narrow under domestic shipplpg States. He -und the business trend George McMahon, president *** upward, although it wasV mov- nf p ar ,(| c petroleums, and vicesupport lTvv nub Lo* cim. jxyj g| >lowpr pace than inn 1955, 0(u0 ( Westcoast Trans Prices were up l lo around 4 71 s 11 N 7i s “*J

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natural gas a day from Spokanai Gas and Fuel Company. The 146. • gas will cost $2,000,000 a year The lower priced coppers were anrl w j|| eventually come to Unrh 00 8 12 sin»ng in the mining section. Te Spokane from the Peace River - i ia Pound aiynlna 3 id ) ( magami starred with_ an MKent through Westcoast Transmls jump to a high of 54 75. s on pipeline was again the big Nesbitt Kr0 NOMY STITT. BOOMS trader In uraniums, closing at 11,11 m a avv,D Although the automobile 53 53.45, 45. up 45 cents. cutting maunfacturers are firmed 51 12 in western oiaunfacturers Merrill lirmed KxjiortWINNIPEG (CP) production until dealer Inthe other highamt most of .he ers, shipper* and processors ere oils ami glories are reduced the level ated a falrlv active trade in flax priced issues recorded fractional Peace River a,Ulc,i ^ ex gains. Wmiupck gujn kl-ijn ,on un the uiuiupcg w-ar a e.ir ^fnttffs tit^hPT than It wax Exploration Expioratk \^cslcents and und Dome change. aR ^ cents. rrn 30 cents, buxiness in flax was ern A small business £ nl« ‘learings at. 2b leading B» . .r rnniw a.i to the Ih. United fnktArf Kingdom ... reported lino Jna l> y i Cains cities in the week ending Jan. and further Inquiries by overby Dun and The §tock 18 arp refiorted 71
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Imperial Oil h., h.d In b«t year on record In 1953 with net net ,he roilsl 5t lhe ri 100 000. equal to earnings (62,100.000, Tilings of ot $62 lo s * icl an agreement to this this, He said (18 a share. 12.0H« 11 < I | 1 effect had been rreached C ,ed with, ... *"} The leader of Ihe Canadian lnU d ' Na lU, G h Ch TORONTO (CPi-Higher prices ol industry, Imperial has ? u were the rule throughout Tuesday’s s e nped up Its 19.rr4 figures by W0 uld SU P P ly h e inte,lor n,ies a,|,iefl mu cl and P ^' stock markrt dejdings Alter Mon- 25 cent, frorre $49,582,585 or

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TOUGH MATC H FOR HI TTON HOLDERS: Tha toughest hurdle they have had to cron* since they heat Boh. Fleming and Meiriman nearly four month* ago await* George Bigelow’ and Hugh Morrison in the city button* Sunday The holders meet Bill MoColl and Vie Painter, the top Co! u nnd rbtipre, at Victoria Golf nub, and on current form It should he an exceptionally keen match. • Although the Doc and Hugh have not *hone recently In team

t

Only within five point* of the Canrrtval of Cheryl Anne by tying aleil iVHehrr on the job. the league record for shutouts Guyle Fielder, always dangemu* urk*. Western Division leader*, inside the blue line, bothered the host Sa>katoon Cougar* in a 4-0 victory. Cum g«r» much. Quaker* Friday night in thetr THIRD STRAIGHT Cougars, not yet over the effect* next p.ime Ihen go to Seattle I » utni.i chill fl ' rugged road tnp. were and games 1; arena ice No out on Memorial „me*. hut they aba sundav * Stankiewlcz "cored v .m „ and thry ,, Uv at 818 Of the third period on rf1 lh,, r gtM) If with a pleasant vir'ori* KAi>*«>ti*i Durham «*i tcm-urn *i 2 to avert a shutout for

any local opposition have not yet proved themselves to be »uch a good combination. In the buttons series. * a * * KERR MAKES COMEBAC K: The emergence or I-auHe Kerr as leader at the end of the Ilr*t round of the second winter city medal Indicates that the Royal Colwood star has made a good recovery from the operation which kept him out of action in

W V.

Andrew*

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and third in row on Memorial Arena ice. Durham is being checked from behind by Nelson Bulloch whil^ Cougars’ Bill Davidson stands guard in Cougars bested Seattle front of goal. Americans. 4-0. in game which got a

Victoria goalie Marcel Pelletier, who celebrated arrival of second daughter, ' sister to 28 -monlh-old Denise Lou,

for a ruling

with seventh shutout

game time

before

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break prrJecily. Chiupka getting his 11th goal. Teal got

Streak; Lons Losing ^

on

Saskatoon Quakers broke the season's longest losing Iasi With 23 game* left. Pelletier streak last night, scoring twice in the last 10 minutes of hk% an excellent chance of best the third period to gain a 2-2 deadlock with Vancouver * mg the record of seven ahut- touring Canucks in their first gajne under Jim Ross, their out*, set by Calgary * Bill Bren third coach Ibis month, 3.16 nan In the 19M-S5 season and RnM )ook over yesterday down * as Rav Cyt scored atthere, ,h< Onal period. From equalled last seasnr hy Vah rom Mrl^eorl. who coached Quakers took over Rookie rouver * Johnny Bower. Up,, r |„h for four games after Ingarfteld and ^e'eran F.lDoug Bentley gave up thp Jnh *' a GAIN’S GROUND

alongside.)

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January

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Association, a little belatedly will be ready towards the end of this month The first shipment will go to Rritish Columbia, "where they are still fortunate enough to be playing golf," and I quote the RCGA «ecretary. Fortunately we don 1 have to wait that long for the new Golf Association I received a copy rules Thanks to the of their revised bonk a week ago, and 1 shall be glad to make for

3

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Roval Canadian C,o|f report* that it* new- rule book*

available

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m.ht

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the position he want* i« anoiher matter. Joe Prvke. the Gorge Vale professional, said that In such circumstances he would not allow his opponent to touch the "If he did I wonldi flagsfick at all before making M* putt. be consider that the flagslick was atlended. and that he would " said Joe liable to loss of hole If his hall touched the flag As the point is almost certain to arise shortly. 1 have written

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Marcel Pelletier, who, as alt Western Hockey Leapue fans know has a touch * it, rhesp e n Hi.- occasion at Memorial Arena last nigh t, Presented with * nine-pound. 7 11-ounre girl by Dr*. Pelletier- Americans had a good share of hi* 16th four minutes later on ad hour or two before the start territorial play but they lacked any a rink length, rapid fire play, The points boosted the Couof a Western Hockey league fmi*h and shot wildly. When they game against Seattle Ameri did threaten before the score gol gars nine point* ahead of the of

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Ranger* defeated the visiting 9an Lorenzo soccer team of test

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Canada

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and

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big event of the

winter Being held for the second rime in six year* In Maine, the Congress Is expected to draw 5 000 persona next weekend to watch

«nd 200 other athletes compete for L2 world championship* on snow-shoes. Clouette

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when

all runner* in R.C under 21. the In the «e*nl main event. Don rare will he held March 16. Any Kindred hattle* Pat Fraley in a unner Interested in competing best of three fall* hou, Gil Is asked to contact Gordon Main* and Rlack Jack Dillon Hartley at at 8 30 at Victoria High School School, tangle in the opener At

championship*. Vlrtoria l^w-n Tennis and Badminton Club

at

1,^7.* point Without hand /JTTnJ

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battle «galnst University Srhool. hold* with New- Zealand's Ken r ebruary 22. Kenneth. In lhe main .event of Final race of the schedule |* Thursday night « professional the annual Canadian legion wrestling raid at the Victoria five-mile road race Open ,0 Ballroom.

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SMALL ROB'D

Taylor

while

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the Vie High squad ha s sched ’tied three races to wind up It* for the Vic High Totem*. Vic High Porkv Andrew*' Totems, who winter schedule have seen the B C. ha*ketball host, HMC8 Naden and Sooke In an Invitational three-mile championship slip through their *n a

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of

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terday.

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Lussl, former coach of such famous skaters a* Barbara Ann Scott and Dick Kill Pm, described Robertson as the "most acrobatic figure sUaler ever met." I "By performing the triple axel we have broken throughthe 'sound hairier’ of figure skating." Lussl said. "This was only made possible by the ter* rifle speed Robertson develops

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year's world championship run

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The Courtroom Parade

on Strict Probation For Passing Bad Cheques

passed two worthless cheques totalling $150 was told yesterday terms of her six months' probation would be "strictly » enfpreed ipr | Donna Jones of Victoria was It rofl

The argument on whether a cougar will, or will not, attack a human ha* fresh

may

made

be

the assault

in

i

1

Oldest Native Daughter

oldest

toria's

Mrs Jane day

native

and

Vic-

daughter,

98. died Monwhere she was

Morley.

in hospital,

him

he traced ita print* and found the animal close

him before coming enough to spring.

Allan Gill,

of the University of Toronto. Sylvia Kilu. native of Estonia, won her title by snow-shoeing, skiing and skat-i

Snow Queen

Ing.

Gill said

It

was the

s

ttfe

Finest

Smoking Pleasure

du MAURI ER

flrat

time he ha* seen a cougar make a planned attack on a

at the university's annual out door festival at Caledon Hills j

Princeton

game warden, saw

animal running at llillen and shouted a warning.

Her crown was presented

farms near Belfountaln, Ont.— (CPC).

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racks,

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M \l. R IKK

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avour

true

Instructors

taken Jan. 9 for treatment of Injuries suffered in a fall. Her husband. John Morley, Mrs. Motley’s parents. Mr. was a well-known veterinary and Mrs. Edmond A. Williams, surgeon and assistant engineer; came to Victoria In lftA.1 of the Victoria fire department.' Two instructional officers of Venture have topped all aboard the vessel Norman He died in 1885. Royal Canadian Navy active and Morrison. According to her daughter. reserve personnel In competihome. the family Born at Mrs. Willemetta Newbury. 2895 tion for the Barry German Royal Oak. on June 7. 1857, Mrs. Colquitz avenue, Mrs. Morley prize In naval history. Morley was one of 11 children was in excellent health and Farrington Lieut-Cmdr. L. Vancouver Island was a spirits until her Injury. and Lieut. D. J. Williams Will 'Just a month ago she ex- be presented with their awards pressed every confidence that Thursday by Cmdr. T. R. Durof president Ret.), RCNR Uy. 100,” would live to be Mrs. she the Dominion Council of Navel Newbury said. 4 Officers’ Associations of i" Surviving are Mrs. Newbury, j

m.

circled

An assault charge against William Smith, of Port Albernl. was withdrawn yesterday on request of the complainant, an Crowp colony at the time of herf P.CN sailor, who said damage to blrih, and the mainland of B.C.r -clothes Imd been repaired... was known as the "Columbia Department. Hudson's Bay Company."

WELL KNOWN

j

government

animal hunter, ivmirtf here a» It

MpN at

Dies at 98 Years Columbia's

l

1

llillen,

Bill

'

.

.

\

predatory

least monthly, and more often Ing without liability Insurance, probation to a required, having Inadequate brakes and FAST CHICAGO. Ind.— Two if officer. through a traffic of driving motorists waiting on opposite Magistrate Henry Hall said signal, resulting In a collision. aide* of the tracks for a slow he felt a suspended sentence * a freight g°t Impatient at the the and probation would meet They swerved situation. aame time. Peter P Walker. 4081 WilkTl\p young woman around the crossing gates, colinson, was fined 510 for failing had pleaded guilty to passing a lided head-on In the middle of io have his car registration In $50 and a $100 cheque at the the I racks, and were hit a place. conspicuous a Ray Co. store, moment later by the train. Hudson's a Richard M. Lansdowne. .3317 a a Neither was injured. Whittier, was fined a total of Collin Bottoms, 3 Erl*. re$20 for an inadequate muffler and lack of illumination over a rear licence plate. Exceeding a 15-mila-an-hour speed limit in a playground area on Quadra cost Robert Alekslewlcz, Gordon Head bar-

Mrs Jane Morley

B.C.



charge against him, or a second charge laid. Kenneth G. Radway. RCN.

ordered to post a $500 bond, be was fined a

'

Minister

'

PRINCETON,

.ii.rf

British

19S4

5 2 against t.ofWtf. Justice fin should not have a re-trial. A (BUPi Garson will either let the Meanwhile, Coffin Is In Mont Stuart Garaon said he death sentence stand, commute Tuesday he would give 'meas- reals Bordeaux Jail, where hanged the sentence to life imprisonbe to scheduled before the !|, ured consideration merit or order a new trial, of shooting the 1953 10 for cabinet makes any final decision Feb Coffin was convicted in 1954 Richard. on the fate of copvirted Quebec A n American hunler. ' of young Lindsey's murder, "tie indsev. 17 murderer Wllbe.rt Coffin. Patrlt k Kerwin bear mauled bodies of Lindsey * G arson made fhe statement Chief Justic opinion of the seven- father. Eugene. 47. and 20-yearafter the Supreme Court of said the heard the old Fred Claar weir found in Canada gave It* opinion to the man court which was the C.aape bush. government Tuesday that Cof- appeal grounds last month

Al Hunter

served plea until Jan. 30 when city court heard an amendment

A young woman who

__

*

Appeal Denied

Coffin ’s

Woman

q iZ mIuC &

a

w

*< • Jaa. 25. 8 c Wad.. Victoria, B.C.,

Hailti (Unionist

'

Win Amirds

HMCS

Canadian Gets U.S.

Put Seagram'*

Term

W

to the water test*

and bouquet.

i

Canada. with whom Mrs. Morley lived; ~ " * YREKA, Calif. (UP)— Albert a son, August John Morley, In Korshaw. 51 year-old Van California; six grandchildren. E. hat and couver horschreeder. was sen-' Six great grandchildren

M 83"

Water, plain or *p*rkling. reveal* a whisky’* true, natural flavour

Seagrams “83

does

-

months In jail three great great grandchildren. Funeral service will be held manslaughter a conviction arising from a fatal at 3 p.m. Saturday at McCall'*. highway accident Jn California. Burial will be al Ross Bay. tenoed

six

to

Monday

Hianadia/t Wfiidky

I

on

s. f. f. s.

I

.

appeared stunned county Superior James M. Allen disre-

Korshaw as

Siskiyou

Judge

favorable probation report and ruled that somo punishment was required behad boon defendant cause guilty of negligence.

garded

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Headline Thursday Night

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This

Ilieh

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'

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at

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VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25, 1956 for Belgian ( ongo

Bound

10 Years

in

(This is the third of a series of article* by a Dally Colonist staff reporter on the problems of out age pensioners. The article* are not written with any Intention of prying Into the private lives and trials of pensioners but to reflect an honest esperlment In living as a $40 or $SO a month pensioner must live. The pur|mimc Is to Illuminate the pensioner's problem and tell of hi* gallant battle against sometime* desperate odds.)

A

Here is my fourth day’s budget. I am beginning how to economize. Luckily I don’t little drink or smoke and I can do without tea or coffee. like razor blades and soap put a crimp in my effort to keep to a I had a steak yesterday— dollar a day. a salmon steak, cost 55 cents 10 Breakfast, one grapefruit with two vegetables To buy 53 Lunch, salmon steak steak would a real sirloin Supper, one packet ginger cost three day’s budget,

Byrort —(Colonist photo by Jim Ryan.)

leaving Victoria Tuesday on their way to a mission field in the Belgian Congo

garet and seven-year-old son

a Saanich tax-sale. Well, there will he a lawthen-mayor suit on it now Claude L. Harrison remarked at the time. But although Saanich was informed oMhaciiy’a inten-

at

are Rev. Ronald Collet, his wife Mar-

.

nuts

25 39

Powdered milk

Piece of pie lot a hungrier 10 pensioner Packet razor blades

Bar soap

S

Total 15.09

Balance

124

91

was delayed by trouble with the legal erty.

It from ordinary even the kitten He drank It, any-

tell

and

milk, liked

It.

description

The

way.

A

Expenditure so far

tion to contest the sale, action

One shrewd investment was some powdered milk. I could hardly

rlty

property,

quart of

prop-

of .the

contend* that the as

of

part

th*

Beaver Elk bike w atershed. Ls exempt from laxuliou by

milk

bottled

Ratepayers*

Lake

organizailon Association, an that fought the city's plan lo lease the properly in question as a racetrack site, bought the land for M.450 last September



— ——

Elk

lake

yesterday

rfy tx .-.m

The

But things

Beaver

-owned <

By CHRIS FOSTER to learn a

legal - promised over Saanich sale of

long

fight city

costs 24 centa. which ls prohlbltlve to the $l-a-day pensioner like me. I can get four quarts from my 39-cent powdered variety.

provincial statute.

Saanich has claimed, on tha ’

Engineer Dies

Tuesday

for the heart of that continent

hand,

oUier

Congo.

that

it

Is

not

exempt from the local-improve* ment taxi for which it vvas 1

Civilization

have

One

extra was a piece of

whom

pie fdr George. last night

I

as he

again

wandering back to

his

met was room

fr
The bus depot

LOUIS

MONTABBRA

meeting

ite

He shmcRH bis shoulders, looked at me from . melancholy old eyes, and said simply: "I'm starving." (Colonist photo by Jim Ryan.)

.

.



sioners.

favor-

a

Is

penis the club for

for

place

warm snd

It is

nearest

thing

a

to

some. George, who looks a lot hungrier than I. told me he had not eaten meat for 10 years, or eggs for five.

One

the

of

things

first

I

have learned Is that cheap housing Is a vital need of who pensioners have no means of their own.

Victoria’s

to Victoria in 1889 on a sailing ship and was a fisherman out of this port most of his Ufe, pays $24 a month for

a room, stovs. In s rlty hotel. Ills pension is $50 a

$-15 social

Bel-

FIELD PIONEER He the

assist-

ance scale, a single person technically Is allowed $12.50 for his rent. This means that money meant for fowl goes instead on rent, for back In 1951 a city welfare survey showed that $20 was the average cost

of single

night

on the eastern side of tha gian Congo.

month.

This Is the cheapest room he ran find.

Under the

last

Mr. Collett with his wife. Margaret, and seven-year-old *on, Byron, are returning to the Ruanda-Urundl. a trust territory

cooking

without

that colony. Collett told The

Rev. Ronald Dally Colonist

who came

Louis Montahbra,

end Christianity

penetrated

CYRIL JONES

room accommodation.

Is

a pioneer

field,

having

missionary first

In

arrived

Fishermen

Acting for the city, the law firm of Haldane and Campbell initiated the legal action yesterday. A writ was issued seeking to have the tax sale set aside and declared Invalid, and naming as defendants Saanich and Fred P Jeune. an officer of the association which placed the successful hid Tlie 14-member delegation exVictorias action should If pressed alarm at proposed develop- fail, the city still could redeem mrnts on major B.C. salmon the land within a year of th* rivers, the Fraser. Thompjmn and date of Its sale by paying th* Columbia. 'taxes owed and Interest. -

However, for the last year and a half, her home has been a modern home with running water and electric stove at 1554

Engineer Discloses

Hillside avenue.

Verbal Gravel Deals

MILLION COWS Mr. Montabbra has $26 a after paying hla rent. asked him, when I met him causally on Johnson street last evening, how he lived on that amount the yenr round. He shrugged his shoulders,

month

I

First of two biR celebrations in the city of the 197th anniversary of the birth of Robert Burns is set for tonight when the Victoria Burns Club holds its 34th annual dinner In SL John’s churrh hall. Balmoral near Quadra. On Friday, the Wth Bums' night of the St.' Andrew's and Caledonian Society will be held

Empress

*ilh dinner at 6. 30 p m. and the grand march, led by piper*, at the

at

A new

A memorial aervlcn for five mlaath—rtea murdered in Ecuador three weeks ago tilled or la Gospel hall last nkxhl-

Hut John Smart, former Vicnow aa exerutlve of torian, Many Missions In Christian lands, aald their martyrdom wtll not havs been In sain "If the

rural

Rev. (’anon

rises

to

the

dean

S.

J.

to succeed Wickena of Royal, was

View nominated at a meeting of TO Anglican clergymen of the Victoria deanery chapter yesterday. Successor will be appointed by Archbishop H. E. Sexton when he return* from the east In a few day* from a meeting of the Rouse of Bishop*. Name of the nominee was not All

f.H. I

dirint

of

challenge of the hour."

Hotel,

9 p.m.

VR

rhur.-h

Satp's

.

disclosed.

Prosecutor Stays

(lity

I

April

They

1.

Mr. O'Grady asked that hia firm be allowed to, have Mr. Bigelow continue til hla pre«tent Job because of his valuable police court experience

Today’s Events WEDNESDAY. JAN. W Noon — Victoria Chamber of Commerce, Empress Hotel.

Speaker,

Rl.

Hon.



Society.

117

Cook.

— Victoria W est

* fwv

Com-

hall

on

Catherine street.

civil

speaker at the annual general meeting of the Victoria Automobile Club. Monday at 4 p.m. In the Duke of Kent room.

Empress

hotel.

melancholy simply:

*ald

get

can’t

**I

a

room any

cheaper than the one I have. can’t do poy cooking there I snd I tan usually only afford one meal out a day.

buy

"I

hand.

my a

Just

clothing secondlittle

bit

st

a

time."

He

fingered his thick flan-

nel shirt and said, shaking his head: "If I could find a cheap

be

that

was good

it

would

better.'* I

toria

Adding to the population 4. The gravel Is poor, but In Municipal engineer H. D. Dawproblem are at least a million son admitted to a gravel pit In- future Saanich might consider on the mountain vestigating committee last night it economical to build a prosides. that he had not always made cessing plant. Mr. Collett, who saw the first written agreements In connecIn reply to a que*tlon from two converts of the mission tion with the Saanich municipal (oun. Grant, Ronald Mr. baptised, is now’ superintendent gravel pit. llaHvm said he didn't doubt of a field with 300 native pas But. he said, one of the rea- small amount* of gravrl had lors and evangelists, a follow- sons was that “I was dealing been taken from the pIL ing of 200.000 people and* 300 with a reliable firm in which I won Passmore an adCoun. churches, each with a minimum had confidence " He also blamed mission there had been verbal seating capacity of 1,500. lack of time and staff. agreements whereby Saanich Reeve Arthur Ash said. “It Rev. Ronald Campbell of Vicwould have received two yarda has hern plainly shown there toria's Free Methodist church for every yard taken by th* has been la«k of control lo will hold a farewell service for provincial government. the gravel pit." running of the family at 7.30 p.m* Sunday, Mr. Dawson said he esilmaird four page report Mr. In a .followed by a gathering in the 3K3 of i-nw* grazing

He walked slowly on down the street, hands In the pockat of his overcoat, a lonely and pathetic figure. One cheap housing scheihe that could meet the need of people like Mr. Montahbra Is that being planned by Vic-

Klwanis.

The

of

Kiwanis

directors Village are Investigating the building an of possibility apartment-style block to house some 50 to 70 elderly single people.

000 cubic yards gravel Dawson said: had hern lemoved since 1946, exchange agree1. Under an Mr. Collett plans to return to .1. Robertson, a contracbut when he retires, "sine® ment with owners of an auja- tor, estlmitted at least 500.000 In
”\Ve still have a long wav in go in our survey." said Glenn Hope, secretary of the

parsonage.

W

Victoria

It has the Canada."

village.

Couples Caret! For •There Is no doubt that the greatest need now la for single rather than double aceorrvnodatlon, since the Twlhave

Home* and our

village

of

many

taken

rare

couples. is. how hlg the building, bearing

"One question in

make

In

mind economy of

stnff."

City «nrial welfare admlnlstrator William Hnoson said: "Cheap housing is our major problem— we desperately need

some sort of apartment block with really low rents for old men and women who are on thelr own. “Quite likely such a block. If It was economically built, would be self-supporting. "Preferably It would

be

steam-heated, with self-contalned urrtTjr irnd a rmtral dining room where pensioners

could be sure to get a meal If they grew too old to cook for themselves, "Units like Klwanis Village are fine for their purpose, but they don’t reach the poorer

pensioner" O, M. Rodstrom. 1621 Quadra, writes to point out that It is no real test for me to live on $50 a month, "An older person should try it out. owing to important factors such as ability to digest, slowing activity and. the chief difference, a long period of poor nutrition be* fore becoming eligible for oldage pension." he says. "There Is a difference, too. In thf blood and arterial soundness, by the time one reaches 65. the earliest age at which a pension may b* had.

Shelter Before

defence

director, will outline a survival plan for the Greater Victoria target area as guest

and

Tm starving."

I^ird

Club,

Glenshiel Hotel. JUrtO— Kipling

About $150 worth of television tubes were stolen from his truck parked on Collinson Fairfield Monday night. at Victor Okauo. 4362 Torquay, told police yesterday. Roger Peachey,

Tweedsmulr. Chairman's «.00

munity Club, club

liam A. Vaaaar. 2750 Graham, to playing mate I). A. Patteraon. laat night Mr. Patterwm obliged, and Mr. Vaaaar, while hi* wife watched, entered the rrihhage hall of fame with a IHuit hand.

me from

at

eyes,

old

light

Victoria City Police Commission yesterday approved retention of Alan Bigelow as city prosecutor. He will be under jurisdirand lo maintain an unbroken turn of the firm *»f Urns* and administration O'Grady, recently retained by the city to handle both city •Cut hr five of club* ami and police department hall h*ve a 28 hand." aald WilI will begin legal affair*.

looked

room

first thing to be paid rent, a* shelter becomes

’The out

is

more

important than food. Beside* groceries, that money must be spread- over footwear, clothing, bus fares, laundry night-wear, handkersoap, sometimes gas-meter chiefs. quarters.

sewing needs, changes of underwear, towels, matches and minor drug needs such a* laxatives aspirin?" and Another reader. "H.B.", says: "Paying the $40 federal pen-

“What

1*

left

for

sold.

Food

sion to people It I* a crime.

"To them

who do

It

wounded

in

the

Handers

EARNED DEGREE

ta*™-

came back to l.r«-r Victoria', a year less than the Hrm, were erUMred Tueedsy prescribed time, gmnrd hi* enginnlsh, for failing to support the eering degree at the University of After the war. hr

[

^

w „ r|t , h]rk ,. n „ „ nd , „ „„ UnM! ,„ r anythins , Mvea Day parade. e b*e. (Gerry Is a millwright at larger firm* put the "Unless Smith Cedar Product* and spent For *ome time STr. Jones was a ,,r **" * J War year* science master at Brentwood Col- floats In the parade and support the Second World lege and a surveyor, then served It more than in the past, the with the Canadran engineer*, a on the *tnff of the city engineering parade will fold up.” Aid. G. I. very tough and capable organizatlon. Hi* home is In department. Edgelow, chairman, told t e Saseenos. where he snd hi* He i* survived by his widow at Greater Victoria Celebrations wife. Betty, run their chicken* their St. Charles street home; a Association. and raise their sons, Norman, son, Peter, in Vancouver: a daughThe association also hope* to 9. and Gordon, 3. If he could ter. Mr*. Pamela Stone, in Naget the city, surrounding muni- get a way, Gerry would like to naimo. and another daughter in cipaTlties and the provincial do some hunting and fishing, England. government to. enter, floats Rut chicken* come first . “These floats could be taken to M ls# Fa* Salmon changing her parade* In other cities during min d about a trip to Seattle the summer and act a* valuable . . Tofn Morrison back In hi* publicity, said Aid. Edgelow. federal build ing office . . Victoria Day celebrations will clarence Dauley looking over he held Monday. May 21. this * om# very ancient photographs year, since May 24 is a Thura- 0 coast Vancouver Island j ... Doreen Turklnjrton near ... _ . rapt. Norman Foster, tre**wh „ n , loadwI Mondayurer and A d. Edgelow writ m oniltig.wash line collapsed on quested

Canada and

in

Columbia

Victoria

.

i

not need

.

.

,

.

l*

just pin

o^

tobacco money and they laugh when they cash their cheque.

"Give Mr. Foster $50 for a month, and let him pay $25 or for a room to start. "Now let us know how he proceeds without any handouts or living with fnenda."

more

was

fighting. j

.

^

of

|

to Investigate the cost . .. . tu rf bringing Dennis Day or , >°° k n R to this year s ‘

Monty Montana

The

association

derided

*



*°™

days undrr

pageant.

,r

to

'

r

B

"

date *V.°

p.eaxan

GERRY

CHAILLER palms of ,orTn r city his name a* Cjr W'lghtmao . . . ? Const, Bentley being It. C. promoted ' to first rlaas and Constable* I- W. Huckln and E. H eagle to third class from

W

The old ship is here to be disMembers of the Thermopylae to get their grappl- mantled but her white oak hull ing irons aboard th* aged Sand ls sound and may yet sail again. She is probably th* laat of Heads lightship, the one-time New York pilot boat and Vic- the sealing fleet that once home port. toria sealer. 'Thoms* F. Bay- owned Victoria

.

probationer.

NANAIMO

Club want

*

She

ard."

The

club,

whose membership

largely comprise veteran sailormen w’ho know and love ship*, want the vessel for a rlub-ahtp. That's the proper environment, they say, for the yarns they rpln among themselves of great daya In Mil In tea dipper, wool ships or Nova Beotia schooners.

had

been

SAnd

Head

lightship since 1913. E. L Janes, $60,000 budget was $24,500, he Mid. Today, the ship lie* at the marine department depot north of the Johnson street bridge. 86 feet over-all. with two stumpy masts but space for extensive arses in new residential sub- Jan. 28 at 8 p.m. In the Legion malt landmark, was once known accommodation. divisions aa The Sailors' Rest, (hall. Dunford road. Langford,

Her master, Capt.

retires with

her.



SOINTULA A bilingual telephone exchange. believed Ihe first In B.C„ went Into operation Monday In this community of farmers and fishermen located on a small Island In Johnstone strait. Just north of Alert Bay. Moat of the 100 subscribers to the ser*

rice, provided by Northwest Telephone ComThe new exchange will pany, are Finnish he connected to Alert Bay by submarine

cable.

Operator and agent of the $12,000 ex-

change

will he

Mrs. Phyllis Nicholson,

who

•peaks Finnish and English equally welL

1

'

.



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Traditional French Dish Made with Duck Olives

Ololontft.

Wa4no»4ov, Jon

VWtwta, 1C. 2J,

If 56

EAUTY £

Knitted Dress

9

Ducks never been

By

highly

a

poj*uUr ^u
Ml

A A



wife retains separate ownership Bundestag und ,r , m , rrl>x , ,, mtr . r off. The wives wont to retain posset-

!h,

In

..

,

over long -deferred

women)

the

(stalled

Next year, la election year and u;..i >V est e.r.....,'. GermanyJ s women are canny enough to know that If they aren't proclaimed the legal

equal of the

male before the 1957 balloting, the chances are

it .u . .l slim that they will be after the

..

400 F. oven for 1 to lLi hours, or till done, bastlng with red wine every 15 a

in

minutes or

pan.

place

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Duckling is available these days frozen and ready to cook the year around. Braised in a fruit sauce and served garnished with watercress and fruit in ™ an^e-rind cups, it makes a superlative dish.—

so.

separate

*

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Syndicate, Inc., prisoner* from the Soviet are dumb* founded by the exalted station the Woman now holds In West German life contrasted with the Nazi era of “klrche, kucre and kinder" (church, kitchen ami children the. remember. But their enlightenment is only beginning. German males are still the family bosses bill not as of yore.^-The mischief, from the male perspective, goes hack to a section of the West German ronstitutJon declaring equal right for the sexes.



i

^

pancakes

pancake con-

.

to*

r*i ***#d or

Svndnau

R*i|

in

After

warm

may

one hand and then worked into an(j the other palm will give just

,

the right

Remember

,

his wife to quit any job an
tell

.

Furthermore, there is a dem.ind that wives rontrihutinir other

business

If

.Male strategy has boon to let the women shout themselvrr hoarse without much open opposition. It has been This section was- inserted by. hoped (bat after lhe ladies the moles who drafted the basic had talked themselves out, law in 1919 in an ill reasoned they would be willing to acoutburst of democratic fervor cept the shadow instead of The drafters were shrewd the substance of equality, enough, however, to do nothing about implementing It The con stlfulton merely stipulated The

to

smooth

|j r{,

turai

flow

down

etk j M j

rni;

f ror

brush your hair ,q 0 5 on

to

to promote the naof oils to the scalp

the

hair

length

j

as Tl

My

fingertips are rough hard, w-ork and aiighily callous In a few spots. Car\ you tell me how to soften them? course, plenty of creamOf A. ing and the use of hand lotion

design. The top has a shirt collar flared

and over •

CP

skirt

tj>e

and worn

is

white

stiff a Photo.)

petticoat

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on your business training Kmptnycr* ara waii-

Montague BRIDGMAN

women

regard the dowry as outdated and are willing to relieve fathers of this burden.

day

Q:

women

Most

It

well.

it

favor a few concessions to the male viewpoint. On the subject **f divorce, for example, there Is sentiment for div-arding chivalry and rnmprlllng the “principally guilty party" to fo«»| the entire divorce bill, even if this party be the wife.

of

from

the family interest.

Most

ever>’

and

enterprise to draft

them

amount

over your hair Be sparing in your use of thl* and apply It lightly over the entire head.

A basband now

0l|ls|


O

American

.

is in

war

Returning

nails.

agreement

ne women nave a numoer of vocational demands. They . ... . seek recognition of housework as being of equal dignity with the husband's Job outside the borne And they want to liberate

or

1

The

legls-

f>

watrr and you ha\e taken care of the rutlrle* dip

soapy

manageable,

Is

*

-Should be pemui led their spouses to help

minced onion When vegetables pan to the sauce. Pour sauce tains leaven, usually baking are golden, stir In 3 tablespoons over Jointed duck, heat all to powder the French does not. of flour. Let brown slightly, serving. temperature. Serve Our pancake mixes make cakes ; and add l’a cups of beef stock with wild - rice*• that ar? light and a little Blend well. Add a Jigger of * * * puffy, suitable for a hearty cognac and let simmer for 10 “What is sapsago cheese, and breakfast dish. Tney are, in minutes. Add R pit test black what tact, almost a bread. French is it used for?" Sap-sagn is a hard cheese pancakes, on the other hand from Switzerland. It's dlstlnc- flr * intended as a dessert; they rive amma and green flecked are meant to be thin and tender, and flour are the principle appearuifte come from iho powdered clover that is mixed Ingredients and proportions 6 eggs to a cup of flour in. Grate u and use it ns you va would Parmesan -- to flavor is a good mixture A pinrh of **!*, sometimes a little sugar. '•Kg'*, soups, or with pasta. * * * eieam and on occasion a touch “What is the dulerenre be- n f brandy Is added; lhe baiter tween American and French "hmiid have trie ennsi slenp of



most male

For, W'hlle

property without

equal-rights -don of such

mbre

it

usually difficult to so after handle, a regular *1.shampoo you should brush it the old fashioned 100 strokes or at least until the sxvilp ting1 les. Then' if it still seems dry. i

,

down Mill, say

a

making Dry hnlr

your

fingertips have snaked In

rinse Is helpful In lustre I
itferxv*

—giving a

By M.LRGARErr KKOHN arty that a wife now* brings Into West Germany's * marriage automatically he,he husband s unless the women are girding for a show-

BONN

formal

Roast

manii^ftr

afterward’

Today

Do you have

olives.

will promote softter skin. For • wry drv. especi- those really rough spots, you fchampon tperr^Ou might try. using a fine pumice what ii» ua# on it stone once a week when you

JpAir Is

suggest

with a fancy sauce, can he stretched quite far and with delirious results. ^ reader asks: 'Tv# had duck out served with a sauce that contains

green

MARIAN MATTHfcVVS

My

ally a(«Vr a

(hina

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4 *8121 w w 1

(or

r,c * • court* is

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frarlu*'*. r*tre»n*r ih# «,t>-

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Your oum The

lazy

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Guests and members nf the and Introductory speeches by Arbutus Toast mistress Club, at Mrs. hums*. Mrs. Dixon Miss Thomns and Mrs. Yarwooo. «

A

.

by



wem

..

Mn

the

inspiration.

.son

Four now HBtmber*. Mr.. R Thomas. Miss Doris ITvomas, Mrs. C. S. Yarwood and Mrs. K. Dixon, were Installed in a cere-

mony conducted by Miss

Kldgrtinff. no»*-plf king Itch ar*

mmUnr rwUI

ks timer and Mrs. Patteras lexicologist.

„ ,„

Mr , „ E Ker

lu , lor

theme

BY CAROL CURTLS Don# In pure white wool or •ny one of the paatelj. trlmmetl with glittering rhinestones and pearl* this party shrug is unusually lovely and remarkably •a ay to make as it conaisi* of Jus! 12 motifs separately done. Joined with a spiderweb of delicate crochet. All Instructions, Send 35 cent* In coin no tamps, pleas# for Pattern No, 6-lk, your name, address, pattern number to Carol Curtis, Th# Dally Colonist Pattern Dept., PO. Box 70. Place <

Uw»

Thrn-

dia*utf«.

touritr <|jva

cations get

Jayae'a

the eitra

tea

B.C

m*diealle-apnm*ad inright to work kill*

saving* of

"Familv Fare"

plan.

gum

quirkly

and

oron««

eaiiiy.

Don’t take rhaneea with

Ihla

dnngrrna*. highly r-intagiou* rooditlnn. At lha A rat algn of PlnWnrm*. a*k your druggist for pm «••• Jams'* I’- Vermifoga . th* small. ea**-trvtak* tsblnta perf*rWd by famous Dr. D. Jam* A Son. aparlaliata in worm remrdloa for o**r 100 year*.

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The annual meeting of St. Matthew'* Guild will be held on Wednesday, Feb. 1. at 2 30 pm. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. t>. B F. Bullen, Marshwood, Station road. Langford. Reports will be received and the Rev H. J. Jones will take the

what JitM'a I* W 'ahlrt* do and hcra'a bow Ui«r dn it:

Z'ir*t~ a nrirntifie mating i-ir> tal-UU Into 'he taw ’* |m-

gredient

Pin-Wnrnu

NIGHT

ccoommcal

tervice ot hr*t
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fort

madrrn.

the "thrift aeason ". You've

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Assigned McCarthy. speeches were given by Mrs. J. R Pipes. Mis* Muriel McKeowh, Mrs. L. F. Rush. Miss Scovil.

C.

er in

riamlni’d. Entlra famili*« aiay tw *lrtima and not know it. Tn rid nf Pln-Wnrm*. th»*« iwaU mu»t n»t only Ut killed, tat Kllta) In th* large inteatina whrra Ihrr li»e and mu'.UpIv. that'* aa-

by

AT

.

song

lapping of a Venetian romantic rambles through

Italy,

Utr-



aona

.

»>y

The

handled

and a

ofWa

Ula aizua at Pla-Wurma nclz paraan** Uiat bmUciI atparta »r lal«l •*« Ml of r-rrjr Ur,« p»r-

Scovil,

Mrs. J G. Patterson. ‘Travel w as Mrs. C. At Mair, loastmlstress for the evening. Spec, lies were given by Mrs. K, I* Aubel, Mrs. n I^wrle. Mrs. assisted

.

.

.

and Miss Dora Pon^ord gave

.

The reason? Price* are low in aod B O A C.'i Urea are low-

,

the Home." presented b, Mrs. CrUh s Mrs j. $. p e iterD. Mlsner. Miss Florence Soovll. Mj s E j Aidred an d Mrs. was in the chair, T Ackerman. Mrs t. G. Sewell vice president,

.

trove lor today's traveler ... for very little cost.

was given Br(ja Jrool

vote of thanks D „ r „ thy

M|

.

Roman ruins All uicsc — and more — make the Italian scene a treasure-

1

meeting, enjoyed the .... . « tn , In r Hint, Helpful

recent ..... Uhl, topi,.

a

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Victoria. E.C.,

Catlt4 (Holoniflt

Announced

Wei.

1

Jan. 25. 1956

13

New Members Welcomed The annual

jne<*i

the H. WIckaUuntortThe chile over Public 10 Mr*. ^'‘ r £ ,* n '-

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of

th<*

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wedding

Frances

Miss

musto,

McDonald

Rodger entered First United on the arm of her father, to become the bride of Mr, Henry Arthur Lefev’er. Rev. A I. Higgins heard the couple exchange vows in a Iris

1

•n,

Mrs

Askey,

L.

mm

B

I

Mrs

secretary;

A

H. Carr, treasurer; Mrs,

F.

"

Sargent,

J.

R f>. Thomas vtce-pmUddnt; Mr* T Hln second vice-president; Mrs

fn-«t

G.

~

tha igl-1

installed

lowing officers: Mrs president;

church

Mrs.

.

.

h ' ld

Mrs

recently In Ihe clubrooms.

S.

Np« mrmhpra welcomed wera D Huggins Mrs R Pxh
Cana

Services Branch, No, 127,

fB jg

|| I

formed against a

members

council

Mrs.

are

McDonald and Mrs.

D. VV

R

D,

Browmlee

The

president.

retiring

N(r*.

jacket matching long sleeved trimmed with seed pearls. Her fingertip veil 0 / nylon net was caught to a coronet eticrusted with seed pearls and sequins and she carried a colonial bouiquet of red roses 'and while I

hyacinths. The senior

Cross as maid of honor; Misses Wendy Norris, Klenore Straith and Irene Sjoberg as bridesmaids, and Miss Carla Peterson, sister of the groom, as junior bridesmaid. Mr. Bailey will have Mr. Andre Lovven as host man, and ushers l>e Mr. Nelson Crisp, Mr. Stuart ill (Photos Stout and Mr. Bruce Holker.

Mr. and Mrs. FI I. Robinson announce the enKagcmenj of their only daughter, Dolores Gay, to Mr. Michael John Bailey, son of Mrs. I. M. Peterson, 1348 Pandora avenue, and Mr. John Bailey, Exmouth, Devon. England. The wedding will take place Feb. 18 at St. Mary’s church, Oak Bay, with Yen. A. E. deL Nunns officiating. Miss Robinson has chosen Miss Joan

Mrs.

attendants,

|

Dunham,

Cl.

slater of the bride,

as matron of honor; Mrs. G. McGregor, brideamatron, and Mias Ethel Hall, bridesmaid, •were gowned alike in floor|

"' rth

length dresses of net over' taffeta with matching jackets in shades of orchid, ‘.green and



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by Campbell Studio.)

shrimp pink, respectively; bouquets carried colonial

chrysanthemum* In b y shades of yellow and white. The groom, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Bean. Temiskaming. Quebec, had Mr. G. Dunham as best man and u*hering_were Mr. G. McGregor and Mr. Ralph [Rodger, brothei of the bride,

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MONTREAL

Guests at Forbidden Plateau Lodge la*t weekend Included Royal Roads cadet* Don Wallace, King Woodalde, Roy Wood. Bill Hew son and Dave Tavlor. Other* who enjoy ed the weekend a* the lodge were the Misses Heather Schacht. Maureen IrCggptt. Marcia McCall. Linda Fields Norpen Simensnn. Betty Wiseman. Sally Johnson. Helen Nielsen. Janice Butlar. Marcia Bagley, Mr*. J Seharht, Anisley Marryatt, D, Dal la way. W. Benson, Hellas. R Nell, B Merry, D. Montgomery. R. Cooley and E. I’ Parties who have made reservations for the coming Mitchell. weekend Include Dr Anne Steel, Susan Cookes, Didl Cabeldu. Helen Spencer, Derek Denny and Rill Baker.

To

held

reception

at

Lougheed's banquet hall, guests were received by Mrs. Rodger wearing a mauve dress with hat and gloves en tone While candle* arid chrysan-

To Stay Thin chn

initorg in London again any day if she ate the Mr. and Mr* Cliff F. Hnpwnod. Brig, and Mrs K. D Mary- wav she used to. Five years land and Mrs Nellie Brown have been Victorian* calling at ago. when she was 19. June had British Columbia House while in London. a 28-inch waistline and weighed

£ -

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and her little daughter. nu * of by plane Friday evening

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meet

will

wplrome Tenmtive dale for a meeting of figure from Everyone prowun mei Mrs. W. Stewart presided at ment Size* is Feb. 23. TVre# the rei'ent meeting of the Oak women, representing the CanaBay United Church Women* dian As^v-iation of Consumers, are Astocker. ,0 kPP P Missionary Society. The devo- members of the group which was H, r ,u,,nn ,n * * # . * extra busy so she didn't have tlonal wa* given by Rev. Dr. W. set up m 1952 hv ihe Canadian gnv, x Prpfrntation 1 ra she lost W. McPherson, his theme being rrnment specifications board of the time n think of food Report* national research council, Mr*. L. McMicking and Mrs. L. West. Jr. were loint h"« 29 pounds In the first four "Doing One * Beit." The committee hopes to prepare on committee work were given te*«es at a presentation V*** recently for Mrs. McMicking * sister, weeks. June* evening drpsaea are hv Mrs. H. Wren Mrs. Stewart the way for final standard sizes Mr*. L. Simmon*, the former l^*e Tucker, at Mi*. McMicking * Mrs Simmons wa* presented with a cut to hold her present- meashome on Ross street When 33-1933. corsage and a hastsork frrxm the assembled guests. Games were urement* . played and prizes awarded. Those Invited were Mrs McMicking. one of the dresses get* at all Sr Mrs. F. Tulte. Mrs Bnnrsman. Mrs A G. Dayton. Mrs. W. tight, she stop* sating for a installed and tea was served. Hawes, Mr* Erins-Bow#h. Mr*. W. Houston and Mrs. J. Cutting, msal or so.

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Mrs.

handy

party odors!

NOW ONLY

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for winter entertaining

wick

* * * she got beoau*e she nihhled around the kitchen all The 60 Up Club of St. Alban s the time. is holding a card party In the The dieting began in 1951 parish hall, Ryan street, Thursafter June got a chance to be day at 2 30 pm, with prizes June, who and refreshment*, a higtlme singer. ensue* from the Bronx district « « * lo h. or ^w-York h.d rhenehe a dr-«. designer. i|| hold En(.T„ nrt wnn flr« plM. «" > iHMwnrt llr 1h , oranca ofl Talent , ,

show



use air wirk and feel tha difference . your rooms will take on springtime freshness!

it

bottle or cup.

of St. George. Vic

Lodge No. *

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BANISH THESE ODORS

aetected for mild, natural Savor and

appealing color Careful pattern ir.*-

fatter

talent

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inharro smoke.

or afale

bon mauve* punry Careful snrning make* ea*y to feed from spoon,

make

OOCWtlVS

LtlUOSm7 _ Daughters

.. «... _ She says the fatter she got , „ more she stayed home; and Ihe more she stayed home the ,

Edwards has come from North Vancouver her sister-inlaw, Mrs. F. Pottlntfer, Cook street. Allan

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Made from rreeripened orange*.

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the cold. The result your horns haJde offensive odors from cooking

arniivi tight againat

vitamio-C conirnt the year around,

w^

This winter eraaon

X*.

Bi'im windows and door*

a onifocmiy lugb

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accessories. gardenia.

will In Victoria.

Gerber Strained

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For Clothes

a

home

forty addition lo haby‘« lull of Grw vitamin C. to help keep baby's gum* and body tissue* to good condition.

/TN

Mainland honeymoon. Mrs. Le fever chose a powder blue dress, rosewood coat and

their

• Lrf ftmnm that can matt. w
Size System

toast.

wedgewnod blue Her corsage was a The newlyweds

hr fr»ih««*'

Add

• Tend to httbr'r ncoi* fin* koiuetndd choree f *.

Now residing in Corpus Christi, Texas, are Sub-Lt. and Mrs. Harry Walter Beutel, who were married recently at St. Mary’s church. The bride is the former Miss Elizabeth Joan Watson. RN, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Watson, while the groom, who is presently training with the Canadian Fleet Air Aim, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Beutelspacher.

themums flanked the three tier cake on the bride's table. Mr. Thomas Nisbet proposed the For

Chlorophyll

hmbaod care. If aoti'ne a mother whoa trying to cram 4b hoar* into 24. yon may hod thc-m hint* brUpfud

of

-b a

June V alii

brand new

*

bahr in the bouse, frequently lire themvdves by trying *o do more than their there of baby-cane, home wort and

gwlhen

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Gain Value BY ELIZABETH TOOMEY

NEW YORK

generation

each

American

families

more ardent cestral

"The standard

*

As

goes

by

»UP»

become

collectors of an-

bricabrae.

old family antique* Include a few eyesores, the painting of ihe late

The

may like

great aunt Agatha. also include same art,

more

which

penple should

But they

works of and more

realizing are protect,

they

^There's the collection of gits* you think came from the olri Sandwich Glassworks on Cape Cod and those peculiar silver

spoon* you bought

Even aunt auction. Agatha * llkene** could turn out to he the work of an early American primitive painter

at

an

vwfh a value far more than the frame and the canvas Because of these objects ac cumulating in attic* and basements American insurance companies provide something called "fine art* Insurance" Fifty year* ago only mu-

seum* and

fire

Insurance

Artistic

not cover the value of an object beyond It* utility," Alfred F, Bruns, vice-president of the Liberty Mqtual Insurance Co., explained. "A fine arts policy

attic.

listen

grandma." hut If it doesn't appeal to collectors, you'll never he able to Insure It for $ 10 000 to

Insurance

Antique

furniture

.

mailing

Instance, hut

a fortune if of it* kind."

dealers could Now get such insurance. homeowners can take nut policies providing their heirloom* meet certain require-

a

letter,

U.S

in the

requirements,

in

,

setee wiU have a thorough check by a auspicious expert

ZEPHYR

the

JEWELLERS !?'0 OOUCIA5

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comfortably cool water. |o*f floats out! And no or putting out of »bope. i

Tb# dirt thanking It

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OLD SELF AGAIN

I’M AIV

The Canadian dominion A few months

SOUR STOMACH tip

from solasmon

"Reing on the tned. I e*t all kinds of cooking, often in a tuah No wonder I tud sour etomach and indigeviiao An English friend recommended Rennie*. Now I tuck a couple ot Renn.e* when weied for last relief." write* Mr D. H. Heron. Toronto. fond diaa free*, nr rmi mrereal, Rennie tablet* bring quirt indirelief from BOOT, upeet atnmsrb or An English remedy, popular gestion

When

Digeetif

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Good

W. FRANCIS FTP

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"The item must be a rarity have historical value." Bruns explained. "Under this group come object* which may he both useless and ugly. An antique stamp I* of no in

all

aaid.

companies

nr

use

meet* Bruns

CREAM and SUGAR* BOWLS DECANTERS

Style* and value* in painting* change from generation to generation. What was considered trash In the 1920’* might he hung in a museum today.

thnr "I wouldn't take $10,000 for this tea pot that belonged

,

hn*ne-

require appraisal by expert*, ince It l* entirely possible that amateur* could dislike a good painting or a rare van* for some personal reason.

Sentimental

would

another

they're eyeing ihe junk

attachment doesn't count In antique appraisals. You might tell

who

is

owner* should consider when

insures antique* and work* of art. for their actual market value regardless of utility.'’

anybody

merit

qualification

doe*

policy

oeer- only

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77

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2-20*4

modern ronvenleuraa.

fti'ldrrn. or, Aflar

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to (1o>rww :o Buy

Mala Haig

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PERSONALS Jewellery

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1

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1-04

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S-2444.

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Friday. Jan

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FUEL

JOHN M 8TUHDV

OKANAGAN

eiperlence

4-4S3T Quirk.

HONEYMOON BAY

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ILV' clean,

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224 Paul H.iy Hosd Kicellrni Nurtlbg

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2*1*

4.1754

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ROCK WORK

10 YEARS p.-e* ntimatn

EXCAVATING AND J

CABINET work

Variety 4-117

a P

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YOUR FORTUNE

OPEN

1

condition* For wri*« to Rout*

laet*

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Find out fom Madam A«tra Cairn Cnffea «ric^>. pppo»lta H B C.

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2 *121

4-S72U

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Manrhetler Eng of 2SI7 Ilvart Road and a r*
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rigbi

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and Shovel

J-S424

Jti'ier* office, iirnogranlmr with •i.irniand and typing Capable uf meeting public Immediate "prnlng annoln'meni Phone 4-1144

Pah)Ta Antique

at

401

ladle*

WHAT

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BL'LLDOZINO

13 Roc 47. Mr* R Reid P.WQUtr Kiv uy 1NBUKANCKAD-

13 414 PORT Tailoring atterguoBi. repair# gents gam, Mil]

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UNDEMWOOD

R

working

and

ery.

further oer'.ir olar

CViwia

CI.EA NED.

K#n Vanderreide.

lawn*

PRUNING

road grading and bark-filling The machine (or erery lab IUHN K1S81NG1R. IR Day 2-3*47 Night

lypln* and al*n two tvpl*u Fereiwtirkine ronditlnn* «n4 heneApply Bn* 4*9 Victoria Pre»*.

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J

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MANOR PRIVATB HOSPITAL

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LAND8CAPINO.

EVANS. COLEMAN & JOHNSON BROS LTD

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in

a

rockwnrk lanitocaoing barker 3-S134 after t J-UJJ

In

NOW YOU CAN GET BEAUTIFUL corner

tori*

anee office

lent fit*

Price

ra’ed.

BCLLDOPERS

perlenced itenngrapher* •hnrthand-

home

fruit

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chaio

GARDENS REPAIRS. TILE AND alauwork. H A OrmUtnn. 4-4777

2-5421

kiicb.n

Uia Lo«a of jeica SPS liland Highway, 4- 1 523

4-4231

In* grace* bru»h 2- 1474 Chari*# A

CHIMNEY

POR

inquire

aharpened

2- 1427

repaired by elpert* VlrUirla Fur* Lid S21 Port St Phone J-«tl3

urvirn Puneral from Mi-Call Hr'" Floral Funeral chai.ei on Baiurdav. Jan 7* e.liu*. al 1 Re* Dnuela* h Carr nfflrlaiin* Interment ti Ihe lanrlly plot a* Ror* Bay Cametere. 22

Pori

and

CORMETICB

LARGE

FOR

SAI.F.SMF.N Bnd

a

ME HIRE THE UTTRARY PARE one who Mttnpir* no new au'linr* THE HAUNTED BOOKSHOP

.

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A

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FOR

your **wine Taylor *

nna

of

fnted

SpcclalHI*

Twq

12-lncfi length* l«o-. Hr I able |or furnace* fireplace*,

SEKVICEiS

Phuoe 4-41)4

Port

S47

Lumber Co. Tlirn

WOOD

FIR

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PRICE ib IOM ALE BCE NT HOMtlg New Beauty Rav TMK PRIORY CONVALEJKTiNT Port4-5S44. HUME AND HOSPITAL HAfXDKEBSINO AALOM Under the care of the BiUer* of

actayora

Inc

turn lor unfurnished aul!e AvailMarch I Referencei Boa 447 Virmria Preaa able

r#pre*enUt1ye*

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di)

KEY CUTTIKO KEYH CUT LOCKS LAWN MOWDDJP;

W aril Uognouao

1

spr r.y « |C I line apecMl"!*! ona^ile. HMri'i.gh Window log. paint aaihlnc

V4 44.5. mi*'

Whittington

_

FE^IAT.E LAWN'S AND ( AN III S« COUPLE WILL TAKE CARE Or SCIENTIFIC PKUNINO SPRAYemail tear Intent nr linuae In re-

BC

,N4JU>

*d

J lufn

Dreaming Day

tor

New*; BP'irt* Deak Oat* with Rob Date with Bob

423«k

Dominion Hotel

MALE AND

Av»n. four

t»n

wl.l

Pur cnat retiui'1*ning and repair* a •pe. iait.y Call and deliver Paul 3U6 Brwrh Drive J-314n

Tn Vleinrta an Jan 11. IH'4 Jane Morler *«ed ss year* uf 24U5 Col,»ull» Avc widuw of •' Ihe i«i* Jonn Morler leirn

8*«nivh

CN

of

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to

0,

ACT NOW POR OUR permanent*

WANTED—

Si Catherine Ea*t. Dept.

57 S

Hi

Phone

g)g Port

HAROLDS REPAIR SHOP

PLOORS EXPf RT-

t>P

Muale

Clo** of

BUSINESS SERVICES

19

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Thgy

l hi

New*

Ihighow**

ALL MAK LB OP VtABHlIUI RE-

hwHed,

waged and BOUahed bf

cleaned,

v

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In

A.

PANY.

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FUR REPAIR SERVICE



MORI EY-

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I

overhaul

machine

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Chanel Clnn.ee

Ward*

Bit:

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wsswow 9lrt *A_ rttaotlahed

take full Victoria

SITUATIONS

st

If

wad

Dre*t Snap

hu***l

1811

Lartyimlth. Jeo'.ary 24 a*. Rev J Mlllard-AUiander afflclailn* family fniarmani lh ill.: Him Funeral Chapel, Dun.aa fR rharge nf ar r angetnen *

pm

ALL TYPEB

4-4023

4*4.

-

A

18

for

.

ladle*

Church 3

'ear*

Cmada

needed

AGENTS WANTED

Huonn

Bulherland Ur* OWhef Tianagert

Lake,

many

OPPORTUNITY

lor rerliul •lay ol Iqraliy werf ur hineer •ulteii for «. i**ii ^'invenilun*, *nl'* me«'iing* ri w.'ii allrai lire ,*lr' ached meeliui; rwii'ii Pm r**-rvali',n« ur nfminalu.it |i!i"D* 44 a.iie oi Mary Mr* Eileen A'-

Vancouver,

*l*etialiy

ea house-

It

l

OC ironing

HrPnrflE.NTAia

MiUiivi Cltv.

1120

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l**al-
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life

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.

QUALITY COSMFTICP

Ntahi ihlft Apply in Princes# Mary Rwttaur*

AND

Lid



how rear

Hoa

SALES

gr*ndrnii. m N*H*«n wMr* g!»»t**ew«BwhiM Expert Airm xTTtivrs Jam** Siewa rloihmg coal#

Htiawnikan

ad.

ISLAND HALL HO'lfCL Par* ivllle VI Jl C

MAT>iFJ*GN Ptnrit oav a: D-.nran. January 23, ISS4 Janet Murton Mathaann Snawnigan lab*. B C in her 74th year, .1 rear* a Surviwed resident of IndY»mith bt

f

J-n,tJ3

S«U

8 J Coiw* L 1-170

Why Uoma

Kmberg'nw New*; DoshnuM

AND REPAIRa, Wwen.ng M. chine

INETALLATIONB

Victoria

.la

II

,

Play houaa of Playh.iuM nf Why Do BTiey

iDubcrglow

Al.-.um or Clasete* of cl#" *

AJnum

.

I

thonhand

group

f.AB TECHNICIAN REQUIRED POR 54-bed hoap.lal In Praver Vaiier. Write glrlnc oua ii.ra'.imi and reftrrnrr* in A Ruth, rfnr.1 A.Un.n;.trator, Micinn Memorial lfnapHal.

EXfirm

Pandora A*#

Avalon Beauty Solon rUpilalr* Above Krevge'il

New*. Around

New*

r>nr*if

I

Can

pntiiina

I'liarr* I'raaa

In writing, giving

Dlgnlfted rewarding wore for apar# hour* Por a per>-onal Inier»«* la your nwn h*.me call 4 ?*• nr #nle la 3160 Pair Ht.. Vlclurla

EXPERIENCED DEEP

-

a.*a

Church, uo Thuiwlay, Januaiy 24. Key Canon r E 1(54 a! l 50 P m M Tvmal n ofliciating 'No flO»*rg. by requntr Hayward* in char*e.

AMK tit*

work front end and tire ion for (he right man #U

In*

T)*.* romlonable. warm, l«u*|i|iabiF Mlel with il* e* elleut hurnr -riuke'l

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PI RN Atm

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l>»nl

Mr Pone Her A Mr-

to

|ierl»n.«

pheoan

Bldg.

ISA

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and

on*

and

Apply

Pollre Enquiry

Richfield Hepnrier Local New*- W'e*tngr

i

N*W»

Peril Sou* tddl* Cantor Iddi* Cantor

Roundup Sport* Roundup

Uutie for Lteleoing Quota and OnquuM

nf

Parade nf Hit*

P*lf Queatton

Jane Piiken* Allow Jane Picken* Bhnw

BUSINESS SERVICES

19

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»*i-nU».. rnyrragra.

Writ* 1154 Weil Hinadpalm era wae Vanrnuver. RC. YOUNG MAN TO I EARN GTIEAB

Problem Call

Hair

Scollard

Htariwht Salui*

.

MBA

BERVirEMKN

NiO-l

3-4251

Penelope grandchildren. »»vn THbo’hv, Siepl.rn, t'hMMine an J*nmlei and Bilan Bloor. and CaVnling Parr Funeral from Bl Ma'UV,**

or

in

ainike.

or

ma. nine*. Hon*> ou, Oregga. e*tabll*h«d 1934

Will#

BAO'ik

iiiktruri

ramn’e outfit Blake-Walker Co 1* 0.



deltyerr

f"r

old-e»tabiufied

for

Ire cook person lo •nt

CORA PR ASER

414

villa

pnwrrlul

w«relion»#

WANTED

Primrose Beauty Shop

no J*nB C June* born iSR* and • ra.ident al Viatoria for trie pa*t 31 year* Dearly io*»d buvhand of Mary J«ne» end ta'hrr of Pyle'

paint*

Riarl'ght

New* W-aiher .Parade of

CUr Mika

Btv>r<*

You Ret four Ufa You Net font t.tfw

n'

V L HARDWOOD PLOOlt CO 2100 Douglaa Krrc eauruate*. 4 731*

WOMAN

raring fur

U

YKAItH eiinnited

ner.en.-e

Vlctarla,

In

Lire

valid



rlnfhing »• for full

nnw

nood waiving condition* and »:a(f Salary and eotnmioian P'eiu rail Mr Lawrie at 3-4171. tie.ween 10 and 13 nnm*

Attention

Cyril tiary 74. 1*4* In iwaniee, Wale*, in

pn lllon

like

urilia

,

No

benefit# 10

FOR INDIVIDUAL

DKATH-S JONES

Shoo H.IHO DaUlng

New

l

Piride

Perry Palm Commodore Preaenla

*

(hwieerti

SITUATIONS MIDDLE-AGED

would

Do* §47. OOOD CLEANINO WOMAN WANTS Mum real, rq •**> •*»* 5«r Par Wui. Bo* 470 C REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY —^ BX- Vlclurla Preaa OR OVER. POR perirn.ed atrnnuiapher our LADY DUlllM WASH NO UIBHKJt lor employment. mortgage department,

Duncan

14

SAIT SWAN WITH BELLING

and

t

Mr and Mr* A P

l**»k

t.an»

WOULD AN EXTRA PAY- KIND Now

h.-ipf

*•'

To

llalrdretter

No Appolr.lmint.

riage of Prance* Jri», daughter ol Knrtaet. 51* and Vletnrt* Avenue Henry Arthur l.e peyef. •"« W' and Mr* A Blan Tei**-

Dance Time Dane* Tima ii*n" Yin*

Party

Item* lor the entire family rl. -hing alio#* »ho»U. (la, k*. •pnrtiw ar Rwe rry *»rk 4n< h- *, Amarine mniu.-nininj plan rtuersenre nccr.aary fie*

light

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Bmagine**

a

PORT STREET SUITE

Mr

and

rea-

POPULAR PRICE!!

Vincent

Midniabt Concert Midnight Comers Midnight t uncart

Houm

Houaa Party

WANTED—FEMALE

DINNER TOOK

FIRTH OF FORT

Of

world Plan! Dinar Tima Danra Tima

Muilo

18

Preaa

CONTOUR HAIRCUT

44

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in

m

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454

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Memur.es

you ran aLnrt makmi big nv.r.ey part ur lull time (jut, *• We ll V i,i you mia »wn pyu pey Ab»oigi»|. ft-’ 5»u

bwnefita pmaion plan aid We.'dv employment end boport'inlty f..r edvanretuenL Bod 440. Victoria

Lap its

MAKK1 AGCS

Nrw*; Weather Houv* Party Htmac Party H»u»a Party; BporU

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MONUMENT LIMITED

VICTORIA

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curbing*

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4—

LADIES

and

pay

Iwd'itirial conailiKtlon and repair work Permanent pogltlqn 'n welleompatvr offering full e.vtah;i*h*d welfare heneflla App'y hr letter giving full del»ll* of eyperienre. education, age marital itatha etc P O V H'. harrlenu L'd to 1

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4-5443

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Rwedlah 4-5141.

to

Norman Eugene Aleaamler •on of ai.d Mra Noiman Alckauder will RC The wedding Church CTirt*t al

Vtrtorla lake, place

with

BUM HIND BUPLRINTEHDENT POR

Ma*

5

brnnae

1

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Ir.porlani employee hen»P.narer* need not apply tf »re •erlniu about « g'Nirf op-

budd-

bror.'e

rrm*’. ruction

ial*

New* Sport* Memory Lana Memory Lan#

w.irl.1

P*'

and gum* Toy firrpUt-*

ltd

Mr

LK FEVER ROOtiER

"

"

Rabbin*

fireplac#*

and

M-'.

Johnny Dollar

Soi » Deal Pared* of Mila New* Parade of I Pa-ade of Hit*

Prank R are Prank Kara

World P«m(1y Quit Bowl Qui* Rnwi

of th*

Al Collin*

nni. in

New

McOea

Pibbe-

New*. Ho'jia Party

Dtamond

N«w» Weal her

Memory Lana Memory Lan*

1

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New*

M

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Red Pole* Show

rtc| Hum'cy r.bher ii 'lf.

Swap

IdcUlatite Report Meraorre* in

Richard Diamond

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FOR THAT

"DO-IT-YOURSELF''

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Torn*

fiu Linen mg Ra*y UiUnin*

One Man

f— —

11

PRi.

P!r»ni

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Rhythm Rhythm Rhythm

feme

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tin

PLYWOOD

Net*hbtir Nina Nr :< noar Nina

i* i (utemng Ea»y Listening ha«« Liticnim

Htorta. Weai hey Klmrr Petertan Spotlight Per lew Alet Dret»r

Ion* Ranger Lun* Hanger

Putival of Muiit frauval nf'Muilc

of nf

ttaay

(ar for

Jar* Carton Show Jar a Carton Bh.rrP

Roundup

II

Wed Nlchl

tn

National Newa

Raay

ft

Them* Them*

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vnru.f MAN 21 TO MdtMMuuUv lo

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1

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No

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J.1A1I

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ENGAGEMENTS

oauihier

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eipenen-e and

i

Sport*. Muilo Luwcli Tuo.i.aa Anti n Anay Amo* n Andy,

Taka Tak*

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-to

i

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aekday

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or*

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Paul

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get

on i.ow

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SAVING PRICES

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Weekday

rim* Out ih. Jtrwitee

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Arthur Oodfrei

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for Million

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I

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S239J Sei*D

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POSSESSION

*alf-contaioad

teikernraie-t it 3-741 4 3-0773

Hit 3 7447

TO EARTH BARGAINS r»r.»t r tl7 on;*.. 5 /J

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eoadiuoa

‘r

AND

J

UNPUR

tie an and aarns eitclrlc and refrigerator Includ'd

la»«lv

naalr

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•CAT BELTS

BTRAIOMT-THRU" mufflers

aoaTW

r

rMdan

v?r OLTVBMOB1LB

SttECTION 0f^USED CARS

HOUHEKbEPING BOOMS TO RENT

38A

DOWN 1

COCni

CHEVROLET A

automa'.ie

HOUSEKEEPING ROOM TOP.K Ho'tUlU cgnirt. Ill John aon LtOHT IIOUESKEtPiNU ROOM,

YOURSELF HOLLYWOOD

ffOQO itOV.

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ard

radio

SERVICE

>p

perfert

Rani

baaemeat.

full

Uardt

Cer.lury

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Town!

in

Cuuu*

53

LARGEST HIGH QUADRA —4 BEDROOMS bathroom*.

4 -•)<)•

.

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4-448)

ms

a sons ltd.

Road

Palrf'.eid

BUICK

54

FAMOUS MOTORS

pr bum

8t

ioaanh'a Southern fa* tcoaaur# lilir a -modern *• room tulle hct-a.'er h'at TV Avallablt January 21 |gA Phone

10*1 Bouthgal# Street

KICK pl'ed

TWO ROOMS unfurnieheil

Otta



N:r*

aerial

ESQUIMALT

WILSON'S SPECIALS

V-8

noon akd kitchenette also moot

1-1*13

KMMII.II

nru» TV

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OUT

NATIONAL MOTORS LTD

ROOM

HOUBEKEEPINO alntla

'lull

By Marly Links

HOI’S KS TO RENT,

**A

1.1

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TO

4

Bobby Sox

n aw.fi i.4M|

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roodl-

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MORTGAGE fund# In atta '•t'daaiial I

,

and larg* amawnu For aa* Fittnaia propertie*

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BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

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u Application# »u*nu«(l»

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ft

now*

Owner

''

GOING

MORTGAGES

_

wll parch aji i>>oa ynt mortgagee j.j.Tj Junta rtiMt Butldmai

ct

..-a n
TTIHC

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in

secured mortgage*

im

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.v.hi.' u*

large

or

a

ruAiht

all

Apariout

,tuail

Approx

1

failyn.

per

arret

a

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FOR 8A1JE

WANTED TO HUY — LAND AND tim ber

to

lot

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.

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57

HCrr-WATtn

TERMS Firiu.ii.

WANTED- REVENUE HOUSE OR

llimea

Olympic

in

gond

apartment,

n»aa»

for

f

or

land* anywhere in nC logging Boa 65a, Vlrtorla

dealred

m V*

-

3-1(31

EASY TERMS NETS %

nve.tmtnt

bou.a

In n*

mrie.-rp

r-e

$19,500

DUPLEX— $2500 DOWN

Urnred'

If

ftuom*

ar* irguiurtf tenied at 14 64 and 16 *t pr* riav V ill nar'irwta,* will be • applied upon requt.t f*rp*rnt nrortgatr appro. unaiely ISO non a> »

.co

ff e

It

$150,000

gfde edl *

f

Mr Damnn

WHh

CALL

A.

STORE

OR-.^ERY

PUMP

OA5

proparty 19.81# ana Plvaa owner (-*4r.3, afici

mirdtiit

Term*

6pm

Term*,

613 5(4

year Cu

111.1

at 111! Conk Street Call 1130 Cnnk between 6 in * a m, Vai anc Peb-

OLD ESTABLISHED hamer

preulna

DUPLEX Ri.ucro new. oil an acre nverlckiklng enter Farh ontain* 1 fine roum, bathroom, Utility In-

t

vl'iua.*

Thta

U

oc 'P*n,y

Taceplloi-ai-y htgn

unit

bHUiroom,

CO.

Y'eld

piioi),

A

riel

jiol-

buy N CAnfLDt* LTD reaper 1-7174 or 7-l*)»t • ii-wt

F

1-4124

1206 Giiyernment 8i

Matte

»9 ami (print bimgal.iw well *8 000 per year Tkim* (14.000

(-rnnm

re.-r.mr anil

THE ROYAL TRUST

Ull-fi

•ir tmme uiaie mpdiunn. RFRO V FARM 14 a. re-

lb*ne' 'Inn apply

and

ili'c

RIVD11I Kigni iiutina, two bathrMkn full ba.emcni brdinnm Iplere

pari hull era

full

garage hoi-air in-.ultted condition (11900

Matic Irmre

na of Vieiorua fined mo'elx-

I'ule

I*

For

offar

or

Mr

m

Narmwextern

(uU

SecunSe*

prlr.

*»•»

4 -(*04

HAVE

1219

Phone Mr Amoe, Alfred Carmichael A Broad Street 4-7141.

WITH

CLIENT

ru*n

nn it* a

i-n

irk

LAIUIB

like

anprnvrm.lrly 14 acre ground. In >ilv will

6

.

nil.f.XSPIB 411

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Victoria It C SpoUrtt rnndlilon, tong e.t ahllahcd guru boa* bu»ln**. Oaner rat&ing Fully furniilict mirlern beautiful ground* •I'd building Hot water automatie nil healing A wnedarful guaak humr fin! a* a nurxtog hnme thl* could be a gnld ml*'* dear title or term. rrice 63.1 VOA F Marconi. 1-7174 evea 4-4436 F N. 'Cabrldu 13>1 Broad St V
OAK HAY

l^rr

area

an excaliant rrnunj •cbnnU. .hop* buy

In

twn-bedmom

plan*

'•nd*r*n»

#'•

lo*

Ho

Dr.vi

Paremen* tin e*ch

Full

Rent*

•ie»,

WHYTX 4-4137. SVRS MH VALLANCt. 4-4137,

MB

oil

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(inp

C

Blfoed

Realty

3-3111

r.ll

King

for tnforma4-(4*g evva

moTtgagaa

or

non-,

LIRTTVa

ANOTHFH F.XCUnifVt

(bi h af We*tern Home* L*d Yinir home win |a*|*r Ave

DOUGLAS STREET COMMKRCIAL PTtOPFRTt BUBSTANHAI. BUILD! NO CORNER LOCATION BrTW KEN BATON S STORE AND 13(

shof

Pxrtner returning *o England wl*h*» to «e|l hi* half imere.t in bn*inaxa • n<* eguioment e*c Full informa-

MLS

tion

.r.ll. ole lialanee #76 per

ea.lx

IP

flack

* a a -I

Far Frlre end Dataila Apnlv t" Jo**ph Smith

At

Term.

a. "0"

mi
Co

49X

M0

Brougnuin

LOCATION.

PR*CK »*4(ft8*Ct F l-e*1av. ervnlnea

REDUCED

bungalow This hnma ha* all *nu can aak In » modern p. ro* Threa ntca bedroom* «'*«td

Fw

b* P"V Sm|ih Wextern Mlddla'"" von '* In o hwrrv

dark Ltd

3 3147.

Sui'ahla ratirvd roup)* or

T

i

Boat*

--

.-‘$6500 1

i

gVrVem

A $ 4 TUU I

1

BOAT RENTAL MARINE BUSINESS Bia'amant Uk*n frem fncQma T»a fteiattnn* khew* thu buatnata *»mLocated tn tha fine*# tubing area, with near 100 feel ef w tier front fine 4Approviyeom Ilyina nuar'wr* Thl* ynataiy (tl ("O wilt handle j. a re* • round bu*ina*a **»" can ta increkaad Thl. greatly ha worth* of *"iir f ilMal invaxtiganan Foe furl bar de’aila contart- I M 2**

ga

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APARTMENTS

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only riaiTT years 'n

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and Cen-

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Mr *•

lot

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l

i

70*111*

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CALL

Terga nr Small See L J ColL*

I.td.

6 SUITES

IM] Oovernment

(7

MM down

evea

3-X34A

4 -SI

.

t.

J OntHl Pamberton

4

(134

Holme*

Oovcnmect Street REVTICUB PRGM Pi VS HOUBV keeptng aultaa fane fully furntxhad yeldtng 14% tn erll-bxitll hwuae n»w!v patnted and dernrated Inalde so* 110 lot. on and out Pumaca in aoo4 cental dtaerte* but atop

IAM4 caah

partnianl offtred for flr«» tn aachiaivd dutnet A good xmerrlal (wilding

eyn

m

Living

1-X141

OKNERAL STORE ynatn

mama, 614 0""

mrni

road acro»> fr»m oearh quBTiar* al'acbad. Ml enlarged vinre rail ba *l*ck Low 4ow» pay Bd* 4(4. Tirtorla

plua

Nw agent*

ill

home

-

4-4118

em

(73

3 (410

-

3 4*74

Onrernment Rtreet

WANTED -

FIVE

BC

OR BIZ-ROOM

bungalow three bedmnm. dining not narrxaaev ream (1 2A4 M Rnaerear C4 (S. 4"4< 111k Langlay .

FORT

130

Mr

E

3-4111

LANGFORD BARGAIN -c * SH wanted tAD \rt erne' win adf tor iOoJU Foot ronma, 0 *f, city
l



i*

finance won and aetl W* yaur preaent home or build you a ’ three • oen 80 -aw.ai ;oor home for hate ti *01 full including tm «r give **w six 380 loaeii available contract nrtee en vaur plaa Chant ar * 1 * 1 * our building department for further detail! Mare Normen oy Ja rk _ L eBwu HfHer Telephone evee. 2 0444 er J-6(41s day* 1-4144 will

help

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-

VICTORIA REALTY LTD, 1

134 Dwugla*

SV

room one

a

and large

Oppoilta Eaton

*

•mall h«me mnder., itair* bungalow N,w.« tn cabinet k.tchen

'

al

e*t

$12 300

Bvaa

3

•«

ACRE


$6300

i

ttion

MILLSTREAM ROAD

HILLSIDE Flu*

n’det

ba.erwmu

VACANT

S’SSS

VS

ACRE

4‘y- -w<*in bungalow on (Yuli treat df all gmfT T^rma df (1 MX d"»". 119 *' ‘

errsM i*«'.il.

$4900

I

ittvithd MrCAAdiaaa. etta.

t

6*64

$4950

CORDOVA RAT AUfkCtlnr ruxllt condi'ion «*c*ilm' in kar.aalow Wnil* aha** en(r|wr living room dinette with H*atl»4!0i ficeplace two bedranm* kitchen •jtlllte loom Two rrtee and attarhed ear age Quiei oration I*"’ far from ]nt» • hopping centre PRICE Il MM rath Tin* comfof t*M» ham* nea been :»
tllGA JOJUU

a*k for W Jao» a l-MSI Evening*

P4»aa*

Pleaae raU Mr*

Days.

*

7X1

fart Bi.-wt

King, rye#

DOVER VMf NT ST

WEEK Thai#

(78

A

MONTH

1* >arx* rnnm* nloar-ttpe heme a* •• a reek from ftfll ha.eTient to roof Omttrg rnnm lying room, eabine* ki'eher. vunroom and d»n. main floor rive la*g» bedroom, up,

• uioma'tr ln

o'l

gaeav*

hoi-wa'ae hear dnraNear Daltw. Road m

$14,000

Ei'.M «...

Mr

Pleaae 2

3 Jill

(40

CORMORANT

•pn'ia.i

table Da luxe >-i-,*im rent Mian tw-.aiton. Iiikeena'rurted. roomr. cwmlovwiy vtaw An akfeiienl on two lot* Bee il for

$16,500

McDonald, 1-44X4 C.inmca

VIEW ROYAL BEDROOMS home

1-TH

attractive Well canaireeXed, rnwifiOable •tqtcg aemi-bunealow an oceu.e Mil Nicely lanifaraped ird*d.

I-4'.JS

a loveli »•'

la

tint

w

lawn*

view

»*»

.-ogini' io*i

BfJV

?tT*

aid ftahpoaU Large living gjekt-iu* dining room, cab*

$8400

M»aa "(fat on appee*imaig)y (1 ("d d*»o ‘ M il'ip'.e Mating L H Sand* 3-4117 ereI 1-HH

LEACH & SPARKS

roam and

r**',ie.

dm.rg *,•« r-m :ir hen OIL HOT-AJK Batarrent tapara'e ga|oi Thj, home *1* in AND IB A REAL

FtjRNACf '•g p

«-

•PROFITABLE DUPLEX $3000 DOWN

Kvmo, I»»ninri

S'.

bedroom* ••’fa k

Rural *» ung wuh city ronvan ahra^ •parinua -nmfortab;* tulx.rpan nr, me lor waiter wilh 4»n billiard

flydnty

THE ROYAL TRUST CO.

QUADRA Gltv MUST BB BOLD Thu hem* eo«. A VERY LARGE LIVING WITH FIREPLACE twi* pn*ay

ROr.M laega

properly

SEA VIEW

Hnmaa

Olrmo4c

lo

aottoinimam

CAPITAL CITY REALTY

r..! va.ua

YdoTi h* If.rL.ed proud and Prw*peria* lo ewa thu truly fine hoi* apartment hou«-e with e«*et vMW Rlgraen Ineele Kievan four-Vdom *olie. nn# Tive-rynm mill four three-mam •alt»* Heavy oil h**i-wa*ar heating tnopp'ng Clc»e *w trurxpor'atioe 4** beech Owner win • rew and Md 1*00 down and ibe balance at »-. in'er»*t The apar'tnpoi l* m eic*Ileat awPdlUon lr-atde and out

for

tip

$16,800

L and S

1

uriwnir

Iaw*fila eetlent yulte*

only

rnnUH kdr T rt M-Fwia -M 17 day* n* ev*i for

$13,50

KINO REALTY.

3

|vania«a

price

l^e Hallbeeg. E»**,

tall

An

Oove-umeai

an ai,eori>v*al huv

I*

iu*Uu<'i"r Wi«* 34x14 lixrlt

FRICId'tO B3UX

mardtng

THE ROYAL TRUST CO.

.304

11*21

*

Tl Three bedroom* rnpm* par 'la * fin xl>*

?i*.cme,i|

$9500

_

nnet

Th

nilrk •«,« tn* owner being furred in rv*l/# dug tn III health

owner.

iha

OAK RAY h«mf

ioii* fwr

ACREAGE Sight arret, new fey: ralnw he.' of *nl! lo Al*c tww-room cabin

Office 1 4341 3-4443

• t*

">«"*. natural atnna fi»»pla
good 1J*

SEA VIEW

DOWN

jr, acre, af ri.a-.d 'and and an irrigatinn l" 000 per hour The rMervotr |(" non gaiion raparity tprtnf- fed

gallona

and

TERMS

Pl*»»a

miM



In

pump wblch ran handle ha.

Full

|-»»|(1

|88"4

App-cg •

» SMI1

un:l

Preaax.tng Cnnler and QuickFree*, mom* all ig flrat.cla#a eendttian

6

4

$12,000 Mr

m]

pa rata bnller roc,*

usaefMtary ca;i)Ui|

Factual v*

Marober Real Setare Board Of

Pull

fiistlf Ofde- •'.*(# rdn*enianl 1(44walking Cittanc* "f

auiet

n»e room* utility bath on trnund flnflm. bedranm updairt Purn*

vJSt

itir

a*

i*ei 'v

large r'amlly.Kama Dn-.nia nl nr.bRui’abla foa dunlr* |pg ideally • ituatad fwe- aehwol but and glare.' tfnuiual ecportunlt; th»»' at

r,Z'

bv id- ft feromier Hau** hirda radltnllv h**'*d

y*ee ivtraga room of l6*'op »•* a th an Un-'o-dkl* (IMI( • •:anarm»nt to noon*,* In tba brondar yootyt *hn wtiminattng

3

DOWN

DOWN

ta

^

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7»i

a

Ouiet

4934

C LAND BUILDING

B

ing

for a 000

a arrg of garden, » modern fairroom bungalow Clota to u n -*o haarb g, id .tor#*, *ai laded and Prlrrd an ex»y term* for nui.x .ale with ll.lyi CASH

properly

rgvanua

•iiuitad only 7 mile, from *n« centre ejnxa to th* Pat Bay Highwa. Tha large mndarn buildaompriteg the foliating

ntv

OAK BAY

In

• 4116.

Thi* nee'leot

1

1-«M|

.

DALBY & CO

tir.EST

HAYNES

nine* Included in afire with regu h'aier frigerator ml ran«e Not much reyacuuni 'leaner etc aui-yd
*"

Brag

$1800

Oen'.re

City

King.

A

l>

HOUSE

talaa

t.aflil

NOT" BUILD McCANDLESS REALTY STRUT PHONE

THAT DREAM

er «eePuirflelS Oun-

Owk Bar

In

within

tiwn

WHY

hweemem

rl> Amall *p*rimtnt block ahotlug Ifv net in Ga* hay nr at leaet Ea rf'ein or any gdbd (falrltt Uu*t and at'eaetivw. that be tnooein 110 nnO ca*h will handle Plea.e call Mr Acar ar Mr Rope

BT

RUDLIN

reuuire Bide-br .ux* duple* «r truwe«. in it*e 3*oedr»o«n *uite

goal .(ratios Oak Ba* nr Fairfield • It Three-bedrnam hhme wi'h new and .mall .elfanfl floor.

on

net

LIMITED

yr gently

er erred locwttnn ennt* bed eulte in

beadni.

BROAD

1341

ARTHUR

niuM bare

6-044

34

aerr*

»li
flee*

of

r»*' «3J»*

Owner wani# II*"ux Oak P*e around

a.k for Me Ridlnex »*e i (-3337

m«t

2-81 17

LTD.

TRRKS OENUINE CLIENTS

BOB

U»7

1102

l.i.l

.al*

cn AAn

St

AND DOWN Dtm.FK— CTTY

TIP

.eparate fueA»oarate entrance nacea Good condition Ihrmiehaul Only 11 *»fl rrodwctng 14% net

in

$7950

JPh-b

««i

JOHN GREENWOOD

WE HAVE BUYERS NEWSTEAD REALTY #

.ijuare

Mnl-watar !i*l

bom**

earn bungalow

XTUCVO BUNOALDW —

bedroom. Jon*. pie-, bath, mom aitb Hraiiiauir firgCauinrt kitrhm *od flu* rile Sgparaia garage Ham* and g-ounda in tJCCElXCNT t'ONDI-

x»m:*o,ia*

r»nclt-*tY1a

5""

para

large

new

RITHET MONTH

PER 42*1 •ae f.xm thl* furnl.had oenper** a veyv valuable livatinn near in Theatre in a grvwt .r*ta l|i* P.n v • e» repair An excellen* loyeai-nanr Flaaae *11 Mr Hnlland t- I14.7IW Re* 4 T464 ef twin»r*nna 3*1111

DISTRICT Ailr active

Hiqh Localion beewp-yoom

>*

1

COMBINED POULTRY AND .FROZEN FOOD PLANT

$7500

UNIVERSITY SCHOOL

.

Oleamtng whi'e 1 bedroom difing bungalow with fall baiemrat and ealra roam H-ar heart* and- irhool. Seven veari n.rt Ha* g- * <-* r\r\f\ 4','. Nil A Prit* 5 I Z,UUU Call Mr Uop# nr lit. MackentM.

(22

bungalow

ratirvd gn’iPle

SALE OR TRADE

WITH

>er

RBVfNIK

DOWN

$1250

— KJtCXIJ.FM'

OLD Clow

ha*

in

$5900 HTGH GORGE

HOME AND REVENUE

"

*-4’.H

and

eartd

Mr

RTsr^tk-g

BFCTJRtTTES

eoe

I’

EtieblKhed

OAK BAY

r

toil

etc

ROYAL OAK e

I

mam

ga* age Thi a beautv f*tr *nlr Mr. King. X»r

il

Markenu,’. evai 3-4)41

modern atureo bungalow roam, and gue«t rnttaga #11.

on

CONCERN

.Hire 11 Ml* Oorge Two be

rnnm. dining Attached

OAK BAY SOUTH

(Lu all

GOING

i

xnrea

ST

DOUrtt.AB

2344

i

: $29,500

p. c.

Can Mr 4-4115

Call

hou'f—Jull hgien >nl r#«r#nnrl %FiI rooii • il|> • eouud etecfl, -wimp *1 C"4 Ml. almo.t

hnl-

with

$ 21,500

V LA.

rhur-ronm

APARTMENT PROPERTIES

IDEAL t*

Fu.t-

•”*«

bn*.

rrorm

• rtaJ fl.ynra thmughuut A chalc* Ineatiop wttb paraiiae re*ldentia‘ a'nrotphe-w and fin* homer aiihln two-mil* circle Term* M4k( T Marconi 1-7174 eve. 4-44W

ga'.nw

OROt'FR V AND CONFtCTIrtNTRY

PEMBERTON HOI MBS LTD

oak ray (M «K»

Sec urllle*

to

dining

F»urand roamv electric, kltehep Two hwdraoma up o'er* bath roam rull ba'cment by on eala-* *'alr* drive - In and garage ItaH-



ACRES

OLYMPIC HOMES

Pembroke

large

a

CORDOVA BAY

AOAR.

1-WI4

atwa** imir occupied

ona nl lha baxt lor atlnna on Saanich Inlet and rlnxa to ercallant ft.ht&g and golf link. Lavely ground* with Tun •uuuib ttee* left for pM*a> y Mar-

5

and

fonr-piaeq barh Oll-O-MalK hgai At 'ached gtrag* underg Tnt TSrjgT ill,. Term* ronalderad Err* . Mr. King. 3 -AMI alr

living

BEDROOMS, DEN

nf five •••ted

LTD

for Choice

Cnmrngrclnl—

NAfTTt waxtem

Hamit

NORTHWEjnTRN

i

VESTMENTS STATEMENTS ON REQUEST TO FRINCTFA1S ONLY P Wood* 4- ("44. 7 I41(

TWO

year

thra igh ball den with fireplace

home, ltv ng

bedroom*

plaig

AllraiTlia

4-

m

u n large

Hire. Realty Limited

anitime

BLOCK YEARS OLD

$10,000 DOWN $44,000 a

1

5 < pn.«f»»l'in no problem Doe. vnur pmper*V Wl4* plee.a rail at nnre L E KIRK. 4-9"*4 n«R i

1"

nf

occupied

modern r

HIGH QUADRA IN A B ETTI NO OP OAKS AND ROCKERY -Tlilt a’lrigllve Die room *'ucro bungalow rnntiatt nf •rep-d**wn living rwim. large #pInat kitchen, through hall, two ni*a

Two

SEAFRONT SAANICH INLET

nf

tltenkln.irp

b * d

3*1*47

DOWN

BEDROOMS

In (be e|ly, dote tn Foul Say Rotd four* Jubilee Moapiial, thl* yea, -old nmdern N If A -gmiatruct* ed horn* anuld net ba raplaced far thl* nrlca (.lying 14*12 Urania- • excellent working ki'chen wi'h Sinelia puli hub baa* man* wuh drive-in aarage OH-O.Ma'U h**i DON'T DELAY Cath reduetinn for hither down navmenL Phone O *nrte 2*1114 a»e» 4.31(1 3-1(47

A C»1BY

FAIRFIELD 1600 SQ FT.

K‘

SIDE-BY-SIDE

B-nrau

home

YARROW BLDO

334

fftun

HOT WATERHEAT 2 BATHROOMS' $16,800. TERMS

OIL

mrnt

TD

CtAvwromanl Slraat

SELECT AREAS 4

Vllrfnrla.

arx-ind .on «bowlne a bandrnme return 041
6-SUITE

P'ua

AtrTO COURT Very .mar rnuf t

nnr*

LTD at met

3 BEDROOMS D LUS—DEN

,

mom 1

CJO

4-4118.

1-144*

•*e*

APARTMENT HOUSE

DUPLEX

1

Montague

C. N.

ill

$8900

V Rxa.haae

Mr C h

FtVABK CALL MR *VXB

3-7174 Ltating

Sa*a

3-31*11

and

3-713

HIGH QUADRA

I-4M6

7

Bi

Ll.'ing

CO. 1.TD.

KING REALTY

GOOD TERMS

REALTY LTD MuiMpia

O0 **

OIL HEAT, $12,600

NEWSTEAD poFT YTRFFT

$22,000

***”'

2

$18,500

W

.

H

Mr

DOOat.AR ST

j

ra»h rlient# 610 "tbl l" 113(4 ra*h if TOUT pr**oen» la Cadhorn Bay nr Rlfnklntop aut^matly h*a ijt 4 i*r 6 rinn*# iV With or without ba.*m*nf

In

*

$6500

l-»84(

family

rtna

I

Two

Vpactoux

-??»•

I.

large rnnm* including ten etaht rved/onn'i up.taii*, iwn dnwnatalr* targe tiirironm. threa bathrmi'r.* t.ill-*l»e dining room, living rrwim kitchen and utility Full baxemenl. double dilre-ln aarage Uea’illful

|

1114

WANTED

LISTINGS

SKA

f

Pbnna Mare 4(4 foxier Jaek 3-01(6 or vrex igRnutinier. •*##. 3-3(13 den. a*(l4l ,

by

Norman.

tOppoklte Baton’ll

BERNARD

in

at

1

LTD.

If

He auia to tail ua

il

INVESTMENT

dlixina

View Ml (Vi via Raker tiuero |4%*a(rirv home r*n# hedroom down and two up Doubla Extra ba.emen' ithimblnt Full r*aP-imaee ruom D*|6I* lot

Oak.

room bungalna Lovely Lvng room and i. lien t.'ua'^l n good dl* •

CABELDU

N.

OAK RAY

on

DONT DELAY

CAM. TODAY Oenrga Jeuup,

3

Il( View Street

kitchen cnndltlon

parieri

In

la

f.'haimina

Modern

-

F.

n.y ml *a «ef1

Home

O-Mallr

Ol>

(Tie*:-. lie

Den

Four haih-

I client 'o. alien «1* «eif-. ia'*tneQ • altex thaw n# 11*. net no UIMU4

1313 BROAD ST Member al Uulupla

ealUg*

I -he 4 roam

*

.

year. nld. lent l|ah*g

BOORMAN

BUYING GOOD ground niv

$7800

;g*

ESOUIMALT

Drive

ANOTHBk

frntFET

At.DSR

etcluil'.e Hiding aold

here

Well

mom

2,e7

1-1M6

E»e«

3-4111

Pembroke

twr,

No* • va'er Reeepiion ball

room

$ 14,700 Ballet

ur

Call

Member

-SW-

large lot

Hnme

of

and a gem

cObdd

peiteet

LIMITED

cabinet dtnlng room living room kt’chen •»( n<***» "tUitv raom. baxement wllh Otl-0-M*tto hlvh Thta ••»••• at'arhed furnace heme mu*t be .old B* aura to »*•

Attract*#

13 1$

rn DU

I

nronuum sari

in

ssrrksrr P W

HAGAR & SWAYNE

Ranch -xbvla

Phuna

tell

lo

pxhnwood sold nr nor

*& it

Fully Modern fluid rnrner location In large nfflr* Oarvthlng elec* • nil .'ore* biillitinv tr|r No erenlne of fliirwlov b'lalpew,

THE HUDSON S BAY CO FRONTAOE ON DOUnf.AB «T

A.

want

you

wh'b

oirm

nnr cfntnf

i

Tne garden lol i* foundation 40*11" fee’- and good anil with Thl* propof fruit tree. •r’v ran b« bought for (2 800

appe.r qutrka, in thl* rulutnn If eou Jack Middleton or Rny Smith

•all

t.TMrTXD

KSR h BTIPHWSOlf.

Ro»

and

Middle* "A

lark

br

•ixld

r.iomt heal. living

five loyalr room*. ba*ement anil attached gnrac* Oll-OMatlB hnt-aater healing and «»t In lb* !o*e|ie»t of aeeiuded gtrdena.

lo(*

VERY QHOICE

OWNIH WILL XTCHANDF FOUR •GREATLY tiedri*>m heuir on waterfrant for

tnlly-

7-KI7

BYF.A

owner

LISTINGS CANCELLED

modem



»6U1t>D«4 More with eimd turnover ai.o iiwMt rerMue frunt rotiage. A*'r*ri|ye f|rr-rm*«h tultr tm owner 116 "no c«*h reaUtrrd

7-^074

Calaarv

. i.t.i.

phi in UTILITY attarhed *<* «h# kitchen Tha team# H*»H '• ini* il atucco .a«er|qr. excel* mom full ba»err.*nl eep•rata garage and a mndern a^ecirid kitchen i

mam

ra.ldenr* nf eight rra„m«

I'ine

benrooma.

eoulpped

revenue po»nbi|-

with

.

ENGLISH *>TYLE

KNOCKS MmiMl OPPORTUNITY Are you looking for a ba gem?

BEl' XNblock Trom

Bn

IMOIni

to

LncaUd

having Ihre* r-mm* and Illex bathroom un«tair» knd fmir room* piiix wathroom on main Hoar The* ' l> no TBit there 1* a utllBv room. Separate garaee and wnrkahnp. N»w Durald roof and concrete

BXAtfTirUT,

mono

re.ldmrf

Por oartran*f»rr*rt to Calgarx Roa 478 Victoria Prrx* tleularx

COUNTRY STORK

mr

DOWN. i-aui

VFHT

A

rmim bungalna, one Oak Itav and the xea

I

In

A ham*

.

i

UPLANDS

OAK BAY EXCELLENCE

$7800

«

i<

Down

(Offers)

feature all bnuarwl.e. d»-

the one

$3000

Ltd. Our 91111 Y»ar in Real Extaie Member ktuittai* Luting Bureau

%

4 Years Old 4 Vi

2 9o

liar, Drive, thl* |u*t off Beach ch.rming P*r r*d example of home Mudemly building and flnlth

Larqe Garden

TWO

m

OH NURSINO llOMK

C11HC8T

— NEW

dOrvA 3>4ZUU

SEVEN ROOMS

.

DUPLEX

SIDE-BY-SIDE N.H.A.

into any day. n6(34 Ci Latlae, axanlng* 3-9614.

T

1

roam*, full ba*emmi roomy dfivetaragr Automatic oil healing FLUS TV aiiirnna Venetian blind*, hall carpeting and awning* Properly it completely fenced »nd nicely .nerinned and yurrminded by quail, hnme* Substantial (0-yeae N HA I'l". »4H PIT. mort- e , 1 / gagr Full low price v iO Call Ed Clark, 3-4117 rtee 7-1488

FAIRFIELD

Rl

I

BUNGALOW.

N

including pleie'y furmxhad. Venetian blind*, oil range, eie. |* no t»**a*rent but crawl Ready tn •pace nndrr hou*e.

4-1141

Slreei

r. It

A naal older-lvpe bunialow In dutrtrt Small lha Jubilee •rden. DtirdM rml I« I* c*m-

TOWN— SACRIFICE

oak floor* full Ipeulatlon. kth-hry*. dining r,*nm. high daylight baaement Thla

hnme will b« . terv .mart looking home when completed flen*rou«

& Investment Aqencv

STUCCO BUNGALOW 4

Trier#

FBICE

i

.mart eectne full

LAND

B.C.

PAIRFIELD

m

v'cp

he.

a

Thl* tine gualiiy home immaculai* Inude and out it well planned with through hall, .parlou* living roum • Ith flraplat*. dining tuom tao •aeiaf oily de,-oialed bedroom* 4-pie, bath electric well-planned, bright kitchen, teler-^nak four* In all main

Bureau

Luting

Multlpla

FURNISHED 4-ROOM BUNGALOW

A REAL FAMILY HOME OWNER LEAVING

Charles area Itedrocimx. Ht Will trade far a litre* >*edruoui bungaanv goi.ii mmict cluw low Plra^ Price up to 614 i>00 eaah r-«M( ar R at O Ncx ry, **r« 3-407( Archibald Kri'h Day*. 3-9146 Vutorta Hraltv Ltd



$7800 3-M*i

HAGAR'S Member

LIMITED MKMIIKR MULTIPLE LUn «CI BUREAU •A* OOVERNMETCT STREET

1-11)1

hnme ha* nnw

fimmepcrd and il i* bring hiiiil nn nna nl th* heal |nt< in *hr eup. dlaulun with a huh view nf •m.rled hill. Three bedroom* nil heart

STEPHENSON

5IU

..

thl*

$10,500

F.ae..

Francl*.

prlia

NEWSTEAD'S

very

in

'all

Full

$4200

three bedfiMin and day* family huina in Oak Bay wlttung to exi'hanee for "nail uungalnw In *ania, dlatrlgt P)ea,g enn >*rf Mr* eve* thirl* Dnlmage at l-9«;a

eti.sn.lon r„,im T*rmi ibiM raurl* are braniful fur taiw rrcelr* tin* d|ipnr MarrnnI 1-7171 r *r K y N CaPetdn Ltd 121

a tn >

Mr*. Welling*. retidcnca 7-37a*

Realty Ltd.

uliler-tvpa

VICTORIA, B C idem 31 -unit court Toi Term* Nfg'f. new modern miitr

M

A

Mr

Call

VICTORIA

A good five or *!a-rnom bungalow In exchange fur a paw da luae iioma acrex All cleared and partly I 4 planted Value 112 0(10 Thu I* very

Co Ltd

1-6

BS,

411

Lid..

tSOUTMALT

IN

in

LIMITED

nn

properly

e

Eve.

and pleaalng baihroum

4-4084

(encen

Phone Ken Li.wnd-\

«•')

«ovt

«

room a. • II

drwn payment.

nf

$9500 T he »«ner. ha.e bmicAt anr*her h^ne ai.1 *111 ronaider »*»r* nifer «,'u*ud on Ooiga n« raerila Rnad k*l< and rle*e In .bopping cen**e On* mt.*»l,nnm bnme fia» nn

West View Subdivision Cnnalrurlim

*.cm*.

O0**d

ri«o*i*|e:eil

$2500

3-X47g

—NHA

BEDROOMS

xl

$8750 be

'her informaiinn frnm Rnhetl Ullchell a* 3-3101 nf J-44TS

ffOOCA 377JU

fireproof

PHfC» ONLY C Cornuh e*e»

S

m*d

tranaport«iii*n.

to

ntra and ehopplns Ciime and **• Hraannable 'tfrr vtTue for

>!•

concrete bw*»mrn' • >'hho*. water tank laundry

tub 'and garage

3-IMS

KER &

rr*om wHh iiraplatrnrn nutalde 3 Full i-ement baw*men frull and herri*

rjmpu*

EVES

4-4137

3

an trance

3-3.14#

room* eleeiric

tf

MRS SrrED,

Inc room. 31 xlL 3 her doom* »3al3. Pembrnke hath— cabinet aiuhen.

Very rea.OT.Wble pur,h*»er Firluaivv

sn.ooo Francl*. Ev*» NUG HOME $7800

$10,500

Fl*a»e

l|on:» lertn.

rc-pi.-n.iMe

Cad Mr

room haa a'-lractiaa Kitdining room

Yale* at Bruad

On

hum*

RORTHWERTERN SECURITIES 411

THAN NEW

BETTER

*ir

Thiea tparlaua bedroom*

b..,emen* Oll-O-Mallc hea'lng tv,, ely lander ape,I garden with la'gr pool O'tiarnu. ler.n. ran be arranged *VT CflA

3. *343

hm

tree*

hen with nnnk Smalt. aUrartiaa mortgage. to Ca»h garden

Broad

at

WANTED

Fuil

ing »iea* Full high

Hxrrr x. 1-2*1

Cnular,

The home

t

Quadra way. thl* Located out nn a large lol »’ih ff'JU chickenbou.e ha* tool Uied baerment «llh automatir a full Falrbanka-Morie nit healing LaunA co.y dry tub*: drlye-ln aarage .deliving room wl*-h fireplace quite kitchen Two good Vedro.m*

CTu.a lo amre* Bturco tao-bedroum

Living

in

and hxllirnom.

Ihenughoul ta

Avenue

Ihea' re

i

home

Two bedroam bungalnw. an water* Large living ruom. fireplace, Iron*hot waiar nea*. beiemenl, attarhed garaar gre,y>hjuea Poathuuaa large lot Prica Include* kitchen ranee and furl Owner will accept fir*t or xeeond mortgage tag Victoria ar Vancouver or amaller bou.a or revenue ax part payment Mua* be Phone J immediately D •old 4-((84 l-4(4t Smith. R»«ld»nce Ya'*«.

!ied',v»m.

g-d»4 *o tel • dandr fiae-mlfe .oartment In

lircolace

VANCOUVER

good

NOW

l*

of

Auntlt

EXCHANGE

4

DOWN

Ugh'

Large dining and combination living rc>m large rahlne* (lichen All with large »|ew Window* T*n fine

huv In a eelf-cnnl.mei Ba* All Partai r d A recent ronrrrOon tlcularx br appo*ntmeo* at oflir# Soma fade l» properly ur i.nly wiurtta**. eonildered Don Bacon. 4 *07* or 4-4TJI

VICTORIA OR

rnme value llii'l per moiun liiwu ca*h Open lo niter* 19 MM REVLNUF 10 room*. ] bail* room* rm'iii rumpu* room, oii-ofull

each

cn„,*,,i in

Cl. RANI NIT,

|*.Adl)

Quadra

4-4134

$1500

ha. a full high haiement. healing A tnmugb lull

eeheni wiirkmwnenip «ilh the bell pew maignaia 1 loo ?qua*e feel Door apace Walking dUtkcre and n»e



•!>

romhimhf

imple'eiy *enwv# »d *nrl

brand new rjjji o and aiding ouBgaiow feature, n : u k nUnter •* Iron:, Lt- t oot ...lag -tognu a.lh Thi*

open ftreuJa'e (fireplace »atl and aiuabla flricht. cheerful hung door? fim.hed in blnndr mahogan* oom dining loom de luxe ktuhen oak floor, throughout, dining room and braekfa-i nook, all • h excit- elect rl* c#i.inet kitchen two bed-

^ a*

OPEN

HEAT

OIL

enitie

they

lll>**i

1312

SAANICH EXCEPTIONAL VALUE AIR-CONDITIONED

View

rigtil

oisnga*

built

a.

M

INSPECTION PANDORA WEDNESDAY

$9950

llu* aitracuve well-built ranch-type bungalow uni only offer, tnmfnrt•o> and happy itting ba: :h( P01btromtng incrtaamgiy •iBtitiy of

Tine*

m

Mnee

»arm



biia

nab flnnra

All

veil

really

A

Chef teg *'m a»

Hot-air piped heating 11 .ear. old le’arly garden m*

OIL HEAT

$4500 CASH HANDLES FULL PRICE $»5;e0
bedroom*

e

a .v

ln^ a«d Cl«*a *o

e fi e|, a.

I

aiirhen. (Sll ba*wme,ii na'*.eowralc gara.e

. good return. 3 J, TUU On larm* Priced K.VfcS 1844 I

iM'-v*

e|fj

Ifllla.

BUT— HnmehaSa

haaemenl Let and

A new him# located >rn m>l»* frnm

DOWN

Ho

Five meter*,

AUraelively de»lai • ‘buildbeautifully »urrojndeii by The pre*«nt land. rap'd aar.tar* nerunJe* only a total! portion H«t-»a*ef nf *ha nlne*acre •!'* heir from reti»ral plant with indl-

curl

tbermootarm

DRY

hualne**,

Victoria

421,

Nice

MR REt^HER

EXCLUSIVE

DON’T LOOK

full

etc

na,e

LAMPSON STREET

389

ONE-dlAIR

Rn.

ahup

condiilnn

Value at

gieln toon** ONLY 41150 phone Boa S ii ui »• ..iio 1-4414 I-ans.

I

Pr*u WAR SALS

I-JJIJ

entrancea,

DtRU

m

rr»m file ied Id detail

'

1Ytr kitchen w’fh n'nei*e na large one med um bedroom nath 'non* 4- piece Full cement batemenl

CADBORO BAY

1(043

Re.

« 4064.

anyrima

lutrhen *,th dinette Lovely liring with Homan 111# ftrvplare.

roem

T*n .

good value llama mom aim '

te

Mognificient

^^4Q0

O Ptimt

1.



ROOM

hai! plkn H right rablnel altclieo ultllt. area Hathmom w.'ih rnlnrert nature* Full b*»e-

newlx

pietae —

Fxill* JnauUtad. fcateme.,r bun»..aw Modern eI*r T ril! Dtive-m garage

SPOTLESS-HOME BEDROOMS PLUT EXTRA BASEMENT

2

7*ing»

lot. Lara* living ronm*dlnlng rrom combination HCDiliiOMS

wild

be

nirrV ifCUirM.

NEW- VIEW

U. Donald

Through menl

>,

Rn«e* half ta«h Langley. 4-4(41

TRAILER PARK. TWO HOUSES ISLAND 61 Al HEADS 411 HIOHWAY. col wood TllREK ROOMS OROIIND nr*OII ruary

mu.l romna.

Five

Immediately.

fa»e* rated tn*lde and nut dr P’ca.e do nni ba.Ua'e i,o!r 1*1 J1 v*ww tn phone for apr>oin;n»mt ro Balance *50 pei o. ’nlh

$8500

'FAIRFIELD

cnpiple'e In tWO month* weatrrn eipo.ure. B0sl60*ft

Sunny

— TERMS

OEM

THIS LITTLE

OIX3D INCOME PROPERTY ONLY

1717

(ton ing*

4-3138

i»*

Yarrow Bldg

ClfAUVlN. 3-5115.

A

t«ee

act'afale

eaeb

II 5(0

ear ».

SNAP SEA VIEW

Burera on lha l*Iand J-1733 Junta * Beau IM

waitlnt

and (edge* Full haw-men' autumntir hm-air heating Al-prox 11'. net Trailei or tuod term*

•tii.r.

141

,nn

C«l( i-nitl

EVE»

*-*137.

flr.ir-ln

l-3in|

S'tn Mind*

(

Bu

price

Fill

Ur

teh'Riei

$4850

Cnur-

APARTMENT^ fAinUlU* — au'ida.

0„rgR H ud Ktlt. tni* 2J-uni( mnlet nltmt Uie ruu.t modern and lua-.irlou* I'lommi'ili-

Bltua ed a!

vacan-.

M*v

132 non ageui,

WE WANT BOUND DUSINKWM • n.whera

mcely twenty tbouaaod

1 6**2

eye.

3 2t»7

«IX unit* on ’one fl,*or. Mealty |q.•led Ui dciwnteiwn Virlnria and near nu* irh'ial and .noppmc Full ,lc all. •••liable ip mir nffi-a Owner will rnn.ider a trade nr niter Mortgage balance appeoil-

REDWOOD PARK MOTEL

P—

.

Daaa Halden

ROUND

YEAn

Bllka.

:>(*
BEACON HILL PARK $8500

8

Uar a$ a

Lqv lax

ttrrmt

UPLANDS RANCHER

utehew-

bath and aepara'c toller Diiae-in older home, nea* and clean

2 OAK BA' LOVBLY ROOMS

Prea»

Virloria

551.

unit.



O

drive- :n garage. lee.

Hire 1*4 yg*-.i&' For .lifnrntaiKMi

'

dnmaatlc

elecine

$13,200

MR NICHOLS

IMAGINE Three bedronm* full ba ecMtoinical aawdugt fi wiring llama rnnnt wit ‘arge *ew*iiy -»ir» rah Het

'

r

Jnhnivnn. 4-404* or 3-6464

Urt

BROAD

1304

I

'viryfl

orerhead

low

club.'

R

.ui ia

OIL HEA' oiorltage

Equipment and itnrk

Box

rnUBT

AUTO rental*,

term*

V,



.'utDAje.

pemnroge batatrmvtnv • ab piped furnate,

l-8t«»

Clo.e tn 1,'IM.AS DB ga e. Ar uUe aix-roam home Jfl-ft living n>nn» trv.aiJIned kitchen d-nln* rnum three bedrenm*. four-pirc. ha*h FviTJ eement u.iemepi Auretene'tern * Cr pAre°

JOHNSTON'S

pvr month al 4'y An AiiracUtr -nbd to-y home al

CQ/ CA iYODU



with lerma

prlre.



area,

NBA

NHA

aunny

Bright

tin.

SEA VIEW

JUBILEE H euuied.

(Aiuw- only 4 year, ttld Full ba.e* tondrlve-tn garwg. »»* TTirnugn ball plan «t ruction nmrOwnod deun lAXlt tl*g - nvna Offera con.Me rd FuU

fiur-mom BterUjngiv beautitul Uvtng nnai 311x14 altaka buogalitv Uu.n». • ub fircplant and «a> large cablntt glcetnc kruitto «i'h a diueltg T»o bedroom*, thrta-pie ‘

-

planting

NO ia« MRU H AHVrT 1-ilJT. IV EB

annual

Uruaa

rent being 44.240 Hie huial proper ha* fifteen fur^LArd anile*, ton* prtacd nf DPd-tl'lina room, citehcn* rue dine’** and four-piece bathroom room* are fully furAI nt»he
1

loca’.ldii

ronrn *u»t* n of .bout 61*

a

D'd

II

Included

are p.ra.rd to offer fur aale the ap«r.mrnt Hotel, im aied in heat' n( downtown Victoria. Uknui.a Lieor raui i* deriyau fruia a »U|er inaikcT beauty aalun acd

Kent

the

Menu

mg

Bmari 4 -bedroo'tn .lurco temi-bun*

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much

a

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FOR SALE rated

EXCLUSIVE

1

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electrn-plaunc MONTREAL TRU5T CCT rnndl'I'in Pliimr

We

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Victoria

BEDROOMS

4

OWNER TRANSFER AW

1100*1

oavmenrx 611.

WARVTLOHH UFPOR- mrnt

A

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Bel

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farming

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rnr.’art

3-1117 •

L-ihaprjl

l

l.IBTINO

HOUSES FOK SALE

57

BERNARD

A.

wound up

all

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room vith

luvtng arra

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LAKE HILL COLONIAL HOME

irta.

nlra

Up-tm-thr-mlnut* k|t«hrn aired for Hiatrd Zoom u»lltt>

wate* notHKAT* r.vjr-Maroora plum! Double in*; 1 baihriMuni ae re on healed home • aterfrnni Ideal for nurtlng home rloie to trhool. and * C 1 A Q nueai hnuaa. tacaUeot tfOU to Atom TirtM re. ponnhte party H W Miller Frana Wooda 4-406* or 1-31 Co 4-7033 Eve* Mrr Clark, i-1477

ROOMS

II

.... _ _ _ PTl C B—Only $ O 800

tun bet. f** _ ‘•alaaST'iiy .Tiny -Tmt-vrr-^XJM

FemTirb

amt 17

7*33
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$9950

ri». tricitv

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brick

ab e.cenltnna! buy up fur U|, owner tieing Inured rrMra due in HI h'alih

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ftrgplarr

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at rear. Prtre .lore fltturr* building NLce nu.lr.r** for coup a

larlude*

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$11,500 Call Call

fhr*«

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MR thoMah

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fiv*

30a 11

$5800 FULL PRICE

boo*r

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dup'ita

taiall tub-dU.t.np 14)1 Plur 146*111 Tatn t;iH Doubla gt'Aar voa: atakar a«a-

4

Ranch Bungalow $2450 DOWN Atirae'ivf

ROOMS

Ti *»»•

ESQUIMALT

$4950 DOST DELAY

tttt

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room vitb

living

FOSTER LTD

500

1

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liraplac* dry room aff attrarlt*« aUetrid Braw HaArmrnl aaraga kitrhcn Uf'ily landacapad amt outttanding

ui-

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floor*. i||

$9450

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497 BURNSIDE 9

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-

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!3

throughout

UR V ALLAN Cl

nf modrre bunatln* (l. Attn tv a badroonit. aulitmaUc oil hAatuif, dtnlac loom l«af'4* laraa

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no* mi).

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room, k;tchrn

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HARRY

EXCLUSIVE

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$12,250 Roy E Hllll. Hr » 1-4414 t MM HIGH LOCATION

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fireplace.

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57

ESQUIMAU

It?

$1500

Ola Hold

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ON TERMS Through

hat-* tier haa'ing

TANCE

TRIPLEX

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$ I DL/VJ C'jm In Ideal fm one Pl**»* Term* it d cited iwinin Mr McCaO!t!e.| RieHv Mri raw))"* n.v. j-llli lir« I BOSS BTO For l Street

COMBINED POULTRY AND FROZEN FOOD PLANT

wpt

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nt

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HOUSES FOR BALE

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BOORMAN'S

TWO UNITS NEW CONVERSION

Up rented «ulte 3 room* FvJt ronma double plumb*«® nous bu.unng



148

for

Braithwatia. Pinao*tai Suruii aotroioatai si

Ui,

HOUSES FOR SALE

57

By Fred Neher

NORTHWESTERN SECURITIES

nw

HOMES

•"bay avsi.aoia tor »
M



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oor inr 13 M« Ma'IC. lirnaalo* *8 400 will in Eul.y ranted handle Eareilenl ccndi'lnn Op *.!<» d,wn, duple* tl 340

m

.

.

HOUSES FOR BA1.E

57

HOC HR. hathraciira

REVENUE i

OLYMPIC

MORTGAGE LOANS

'

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52

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

54

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at

And Will gonal'ler Urn end attend .Turrmt . digouuu am «gjrf

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1112



Esauimolt Rn-roam

3

Bedroom*

ity'ra bwagalww Entrance hall. U.ing rwo m tiwii wpp fireplae maple fiwer* Dining roam did Cabinet tl tehee tiled link wirwa for range Tww wedroa*n# v fnur-piec* bathrwagn Cp•tair*. a«e flatbed bedrwom, ape large ucflnttpad bwlroog) R'/ighad in for tec ond bar hr non Full bwaamen: Piped furnace Separate 4

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4-MM

Page

Alex

$ 11,200 1-112*

wr

Nerir.e»ern Beewr'lee

4>|

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LISTINGS AFFtCIATED

met

(lichen, oak Loora. ihtough C1"*e >n m* acnoo. and Price really fine home Eeatiy reduced for g'il'i

ball plan «t*«P* A

air"

.

Ken Waium 1

KM DOWN

room bjoy»;nw

$m,ooo 3-13M eeanirgv

MODERN FGUR»«''»

0"t(*

roam

baaameni Oak float* threuanou’ Large #>clrt» kl'an*r. *lth n""k S4M PatA real gwnd but for manta Pleaae 476 car Mra. McCandieu ISrCvndle*. P.aalty. 4X Pwrt Street, deva. 3-4111; gvea

0

Jovely five. room • 79(1 Dnnatd Al'

trkrtil

floor*

a*accn

rhaerful

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bungalow

Pre-war

bwt',t

Oak

rmeii

room and day

A

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Pu.:

price

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ntonui

fotir-rwwm

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baaemen*

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67

Hill'

'KM FOB RALE

HOUSES FOB RALE

5?

HOUSER FOB SALE

57

HOUSER FOB SALE

57

RANDALL'S

BRTABIIAHKD

LTD.

GOVERNMENT *T

1)34

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Oak

I

,

Andarana 4-*i"»

3-3811

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park and Parliament

to oily .entry,

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HEIGHTS

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HIGH SAANICH

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cl'y

REAL FAMILY HOME

ro«in».gp with bath, lour Mnmt down with bath E.qutmait diMrlrl Two ran«*t inr|uti*d Hni air pipa lurFart nakamani.

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3-7446

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Mr

ha* plumbing and spar* lor all apnllancea. your modern la.undt< Designed with the two 'win bedroom* and ha'h arr* lanlated from the living are* Full h*a*m»«i. OilO Malic hot watet heat Twn car In-line diive-ln garta* flrotind at-, tractlvelv landtcaped, fenced and Tolmie dlaea-ily maintained M*.

sii .ooo anytime

OAK BAY

SWINERTON'S nUiabllihed

BROUOHTDN

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$1500

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$1500

-

.

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Pembroke bathroom and a modern kiirhro •®a*yi#rm* iO / JU Mr crow 1-7131 Re* l-ft77»

1

homa on

lari*

Ideal

lot

8

view

Mr*

alluation and aa*Hv duplevyd Com. priaaa •o’r»nc* yettibula iar*« apaemua living room with btamed floor* fireplace, gueal-iik* dining room, yltgtrlc cabinet kitchen dan with flveplara three hedronm* and bath up All In# aulalerl Full basement tHI but water

heal washroom and tnll.l launlrv, rumpus room separate double aa-

Mr

$13,650



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3-4134

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YOU

MnMK

Immarulata home T.ae. 4.33

Peter

Brown, 7-3773

STEWART

CLARK

BUnihHfd

IA1I

Hi

Ph«>iia

Contact

Mr

3-BEDROOM RANCHER 103

1

iqtiare feel of a room off

rnnsitling living

Iractlv*

modern

of

through

living

with

hall

feat, .tin*

on#n-*nd

an

The

fireplace on lo a

dining are* nn*n* patio with brick ctlanting boa** Th* altalactrir ‘-aim*' kllrhen hk> a large giortge and Ullfllv room with anh tub, and a *ep«rt'* furnace rn*mt

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NnrlhweMero

m

aituated

among

fin* home* tarrw* are avail-

o'-h»i

Tate* are BIM and

$ 12,900

STilT|t*i Ford,

Mr

Mataev,

Mr

4-1337

Mr

3-1311

Cuklanc#

)-7370

WHY LIVI IN nil COUNTRY* There U a D»# f.RMlY IB • very nlf» hou*# lacated eut on Quadra who ars mofini Into • Rt reel Their prtaant hou** nt* hnm# bat boon apprateed and pnr*4 too* •enable In Nuort pn»»rii iP'ereat •»« »» la a hiwit of »•« • third amallor aleewin* !"«•». * ftilipitatani modernised * lichen U»ln* room ata # -lining ron» and • •II nicely laid nut 0*l»*T •**»*> through -hall plan and 'ealtirrt arc tha oUVcIOB*

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WEM'ERN flOMEB LTD

Mr

Full

on Bbelbourn# Bireel basement dr.ee-ln carat*

• iso

II

Chkken hooka ****l*B7»~ garden With laving hen# Clarat* and f’jal a,* » ih* bu* roll prlre •# >30 Mr

_

c«ae Three 3* TWO 4-7143.

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IN

145 per month All large room* and varv rlbae tn all convenience* Full 71 Cali Due Meulfet*

u

34366

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414

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tmall

tare*

at

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bedroom* Term* al ineegymenf^b. Ud > WtrBWH. 3 1333

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B* DRT7034

343 Island

4

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Newaiead Bt

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nu>V.

522,000

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Mr

INCOME PROPERTY

bath, garaa* n««> perk I Rgraain a' handles piece

B*ven-ault« spartmenl. monthly in-

L*r|.

T» view

and

$ 12,600

Mr

tall

Mr

Christensen,

Oauu'

or

No

fQueulvn bungalow

bwement

11

tie

heat

oil

C*U fleorga Thornvloa. 3-7373; E*ea 7-3711

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Mr

lamilv home. Turn*,* ga-

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basemepi

and

ten’,

wnit

*

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1

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purchseer

Victoria

of

Raven-room old*r-tVP* ham# llw*f bedrooms’ Well |ar*'*d snd near basement, furnart. arhrml full

R...dn^i. ta*-.

Blanshard

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lowh

16 "g-"

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-

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RAY

33.1M

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FOR SALE: Vacant Flva-room Moust Healed Tender# adflr**a*d te 'he unde'* titled will b# racaivad up in 6 p m. Beonaadar Febroarr »«h 1*6* for Ih3 nijfchase for ra*h of Ixi a. Hectioe 30. anowp aa wietari* DtaiGrl Flan Ml Whl'aelda Ip Haanlch. BC yarn tender mu#' 0* accnmpeniad oy a ceyyified r Deque Tor 1183 <18 mad* p«v» The hliheat ahi# in ih# urderslfned or any lender no» n8ge#*3f1lv aecap'ei!. PVlt partleulary im app'icaiPwi lo

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Cg.«h btlYEf* gvtiltbie If vour hnm# I.IBT of their choice I* Roy E WlUe 4*3014 res 3-831*

NOW

OR HIK ROOM bungalow three bedroom* dtnln* «« 31 6»* n-ceaaary room not lit* l^n*le* 1* 638 Rw*8v*ar C®

WANTED



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4-3041

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mod FTP hnn«* law i

7-43 88

he*’

accompany lender. R TRIBE Clerk to Police Cotnmiaal'm.

Raanlrh MuRlrlpI Mall Ratal nek F.O. V 1 IC,

TAYLOR HFITTAL LTD WANTED FOUR on rTVE tfOOM

Full b. arranged. F'#*er Bl*»"e )-*4IJ

roum ftrapiona Gaa

llreolsr*. balhruOlh Fair rooms g»r»*c 17 4 63 Terms $1 3)8 down l-anglei 4 -3B4I Roaevat' On

Real Fat at* and 3-3711 3-1614

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Phone 3-1JV6

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nwn*r

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Rnaevear Co. Ill* l*ngl»y 4.484! NEAR NEW WFOTl-ERB MODERN



or electric, slova.

wired

heafyl

ntrh*

18

Whatev«r vour buv>nq

n ROE NT

TTsetla

walking dial# nr* rH» centre R*'#msnt fur fare flreulac* automat 13

1

176 Cadillac

sell

"8 Mr

Healed Tender* marked -Tendar for ITaed AulwnobH#" ara Invited for the Ford four door purchase of a 1361 RlWl police aa la and wiser# la. aedan Car may he •*•• aqulumeni removed at the Munkipel Hall, nnval Oak Tender. to u# rereived by Ihe undar*lgne
,

Fries ,jp Mavns «-*i8» a


7-3633

Priced la

term*

nilTRIIT OF 3A8NIPR FOB HAIX

A I' TO MORI IX

L

4-313*

Wanted slrte-uv -aid# duple* In Og* Bar nr Falrfl'ld Basement and gar-

#ln«a

t H,e 44 A*k ?nr

lart# tarden in hoi water heat laan* Cash lo nsorigst*. 116330

four. Room

1

ByTmjani

RANCH HTYLE FOUR BEDROnsgR

workshop oil earaev flour Inw furnace oil ran** L’Vlos burner.

,

^

YatM _

right

him

THE COBFOBATION OF THE

man' hi v

;-

TY'rF BT’NOAf/IW F1V* and all achnql# l" dnwn gasmen’ 11 "88 farlll' tee rnnma

33

on water mam. inod toiL Ill '.arms 358 dnwn. Why buy a Ini erhen a farmelt# will bu» UAiUI Gwnew. O Thuinak, Keatlnf 11-Y.

minimum

BIDE BY -BIDE DUPLF.X

BrjHDer

» 471

Vlrlarla,

acre#

"*2,* b*drr>om« •»>
m-DFR

Nn sgents

Flione

farmerky

•in Rastlnn H'ree* Vienna H C, Rn'ioiAr# for tha Admtniairaiora.

bean 1

Asets W*.

CHEaRF DAVTR AND COMPANY,

THE 6-ACRE SAANICH PARMETTE

wanted — FAmnrt.n

two new worm* and UHIKY

C E

please

*

1

l-63al

column has 6 advefllted in 'hi* Hera I* anofher nn* •nld

a, 4

Two

for pale—

Oak floor* fitli cement basement Fir Two-mil* circle Esav term? 3-3)31 No appo'nimeni phone a«»n'

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641,1 r

dresaesg

i

DUPLEX IN ANY OOOO Diswin pay c**h 8a-*ms»' preKiudly not esaentlal bill contact M O Nay ase* 4-5403 or K-lih Archibald. **»• J-887*. da»» Victoria Really Ud J *146

aOnn F

Hte*#»

email gar-

.

near hut

C3

Ltd

for

purrhatad Close tn men Ekclueiva Johnaton'a. learrv Aavllie with

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1313 r.,

m

38 head «f and I'lrkcy pens, alro dairv *nd drnibfe

»We

ferred

l,e 681'

RFYFNUF

EtcaPaiH

4J8M '«

l,

R

MERCY OODOAEO.

af

•f

tail* Nlcelv landtcaped ground hnm* Hecludd Priced at 41)808 Flfy-riY# acre# artlntnmg mar n#

1

134«

NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN thkl elamiC hAVing etesliiors and ®
F1VEbaaemept- and

A



B»cuM'l»a

rg

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Surrey

3-3841

trict

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mum* PER

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Houalnn western

Clean randl

PXXfREDTON, HOI Ml* LTD DF»N HFinHTB RrACIDtT* FTVErumpus rb',m room bungalow

"'r

ar.ni*

bungalne Nee barn

eh»ep

chirk rn

Rea

FAHTURE.

ip-a/id-dow„ Valia up to Or»#*a. tve-

Douiiaa B<

)lu»

c/'

e*' eri"*

DOWN PBirF * 36* Msrea aultea INCOME MONTH Fa* 18" GGe-

»| 608

gl)8 tnal

R'reih

den

ronf

furnace



Financial

el

4-3)33:

TEN ACRIB ranmed

17.

NOTH'* TO CKrillTOEg

UROFHJK RANDALL LIMITED

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18 rmg

n n*

BIX -ROOM

Victor,# Full price 14 638 Phone ***« .1-74)8 4-8134

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l

7-11*1

1

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Id

4-7)41

propertilb

DOWN PAYMFRT

Kf «!#•

REAL VALUE ‘

float'

8 mntilh 6"' doon 17* per modern room* bsth, ba«emcnt. 3 •O0 C trie* Harold r rroaa, KE M7 Wes* Rasrich Road

IflW

1*

rvMnel kl'chen with at'# drlve-lsi

Pull 44 *63

Hyland Lid

of Public Work*.

Oitawa January

district Fairfield Fhorse Mr *13 o«o nina a 3-4183

full prlte New4..J 1 v eve* Balter 7-al 17 ’M Fnrt Bt aiead Rsgl'.V I'd

TD

I

Broad fhreet^

nn fvt wool

a

rt,

W'h

air-cnndl' lun*d

Mr Carmtrhael.

eve Al FR3.D CARMTCIfAEI, 1318

r

room bungaioa

Full price

dlvldlng

Rian

*XLFRA VK CANH Cl-IENT FOR duplet. rnnlained

"nv 'endec nol n nest-

ROBERT PGRT1FR of Admlnla'raflre Ber lcee

C6tlef

Denanmenl

CABH

16 Nearly three aerea. Culllratad Id**» *®r aubmiuuiea to city |

Ud

Realty

Vlr'tflt

ellcnt

a«k fur 9-3F76

KERF

V.

hsement

iVmeut

ba'Hrowm

03

ey

*

P'se-e

Price t|g non s 7iog

1*1436

.

|l»a-

603

BANT SAANICH ROAD

|

ahV

hedffKims.

•nyie#

rr*

8'. acres price _

I

TWO

-

T7'e Inwest nr is rile accepted

and Secretary.

COLQUITT.-II

C#da- Hill Croasrnad Oa« Bay »f Not over high Quadra preferred 111 600 Call Jar* "Rnola" I^Rouevrs 1-3*43 or Mare Nor, |l|l*r Day* 1-*14» man • **• 3-07*6

$ 15.600

M1U

OAK BAY

A

*

143 fee* w*ie,|rohl W'th fine marine t lew OI(M'-*tvle home „f f-'Ur ruain* tllu* etlra hedruoin in basemen' living room 11«70 with is, Irk hlU'hvn mM»i8l»'4 "ml f replare

unit

re*tden'ial

rhninrsi

*

R)l<

Lid

V ROUBBE WANTED IMMEDIATE! dia'cir.1.

Bla-rnnm *tucrn bungt'nw, heating nil automatic drlve-in gafull cemenl ba»enten1 I*wna Very erpart detien rag#' Owner moving I® Vanare |n AsV'ne Quirt no* *e»*l"n couver

H

yg

*6 n«

*11.163

of Financial Horsey 4-3)34. Raa 3-3341

Hr land

I

Pay*

_

bungalow

price

Full

acre#

6

Btan

Ar-umd thupping ranker F-stevan ft? ooo in 31* nnq Also inta In lhal 1'iea-r call Kellh Ar hlbald. area O N*y *»"• or Fl I nn?a Victoria 3*14* g.ltfia Real’ v Lid

*

Older type

NICE VTFW FuU baaemanl. 1 rear*

rooma

old

bungalow

arn

mto'i'e* tq gliy 318.350

COLQUITZ down

FAT HAY HIGHWAY 4

BEDROOM MODERNWilhTHREE Near basement

Wiliam*

3-1133

&' Co.

Heisterman 1111

V,

$6500 Eva*

Rlannm. 1-4101

Mr

15

acre# 31 688

Ud

,

JW

I

The Department through Ms# Chief Architect'# oflkre. nr 'hrough -he „rydera'gned or through Ih# office of 'he Dtyifict Architect Begg Building 1111 We#t Georgia B'reei Vanrnqy*' BC, will aupplv blue prime *nd ap»elf»rai|nn nf 'he want an depot" nf a aum nf tanmi-yn »tl* form nf w rh#qs># "C n'»"*t order pavanl* In the order of ihe Minuter nf Publl* Work* The deposit » it» He '#!#as#d an return «f th# b',i#.pr1n'3 and s|yecl|«c#*lnn tn » and rondt'lnn wi'hin a mnn'h from the da'e nf reception nf 'ende-s If no* »*i,irn*d wi'htn that. per'nd 'h# denns" wfll he farfel'ed

rea.

i-rnom bun-

Landtcaped

galow. •

Will bedroom*. At diaries atea trade for a ihree-bedroom bungalow any good district r(oae in Plea*e Pile* up to III OOb cash 4-64UO nr rail H O Nn eyes 1 Q87I, tv## Keith Archibald Day* )-314-$ Vie tort# Msaltv

seated

make a g-ind tf7Cf4ri

-e-ponsible

a

4-7111;

Clark.

POT HAY H1QKWAV Ac**

I

IT’

VU-tima

ago,

MODERN* BUNOALOW

,

Cletke;

# 7487

atirarliV# sever*- rwuvi e*urr/| hnnronddlnne Con„w r s'airwai In twn «edrnr>m# UP* ,'s m*n« h-i|1l -in feature* rlnar n*a flnnrs nn ground atalrs ear##* dnve-tn haven, *•*< y .,1 troplaundrv oti-o-M#'i» air -rond A tine hnm# In cm# in. fnvnar*

Walking di*'an r and near rage arhmil lain '*«h psvmeni h*i*n'*

Waiam

Fre*a

Bedrooms

A

But

ronfideiiiial



UPLANDS SLOPE

EASY TERMS hedronm

Al-

bungalow

To he considered eech lendej muai n#

therein

3 8171

a-ruom bun-

or 3-vrar-tilil

3

BC

N»W«I

baselull gain*, au'nnuiic Jteal ment, prefer Oak Bav near arhmil* pr •* up to 1 1 6 OUV Half cash available n® agent# please all rrpliea

Steps

4

rt *«

deal

Want*

$7950

*

1

Ctarke.

Mjv

-room Splendid rond lion tached garage <»#» tnroughout heauMfut ralslnet ill, hen talih dinHlcelvjtua'ed. IIM* • pec* Ing » good »"ll lanjscaiietl led. Bargain dnwn

D* Hgbt f Ml

A. IB

THREE BFD-

neo City subdivision

Close-in

OQ0

*7

1

Jl

Begg Building. Arrlilircl Im> Dl.lrh' Vancruiver. Georgia Bireet 1118 Wes' the Foal Office Victoria BC, and Ihe Fosl Office. New Wcttmlnstet B C •cron, panted bf a ae< UtllV In Ihe form n» a certified rheuu* oi kwn d t as apgehfled In the forma nf lender and madg an nr arrordtng lo these forma and in accordance with ih# rondlllnn* *c' forth

,

AOTNCTES LTD 1136 BIANBI1AHD HTRFBfT PHONEB 3- HE) - 4-6741 “ BONA FIDE PRIVATE BUYER

:

mutes of the Chief Architect, Depart* meat ol Punllr Works Oita* a. Oiita«-ty,

4-7111

and making money

t.c

31.

P ans and apeclflcai loo can he seen and form* nf t ruder obtained al h#

134*3

This la a Auprotlmatrly *0 going concern acre# prndurrlv*- asdl under cultivaTwo live-room valley land' tion modern loafing barn, bungalows milking parlor, granarv and wortahnp Full line farm mac.htnarv. 74 Evcrltent head Hnlaieln dairy *3141* milk quota Location *W-fnile *r*a Far furiher panlrtilar* pleaae rnrt-

.

sea

tn

ENT

PHONE

real dairyman will appreriat* value and qualHy ol ihl* dairy farm whir!) will alfnrd all the facilities at enjoying

I

j

RETIRED COUPLES

$11,600 Down— week*— new N

ROOMS

,#



3-7373

52450

Clns#

him

OWN

TROUBLE



'hg

'n

TENDEfl

Secretary. UP'll 305 pfll

Ihe

of

)*$8.

BROWN

S' reel

*

ihe

life

MONEY IT IH rOERtRLE B'TT YOU MAY HAVE ormEQ RID OF WHEN YOU WANT TO YOUR HOME AEI LIFT IT WITH Dfll.'O LAWSON BROWN RROB

Clark*

3-3481

#vee

FAIRFIELD Bedrooms 1 Floor

3

olllce

DAIRY FARM Any at re

ALL M*M) REAL HR l ATE

BEU-3RO YOVR

Runsalao nf eareptinnal ouall'V '• »•* "d and aorkmanshlp NH »*aaaliming room "•« threemen'. rumpua room es'ra

7-1771

Broad

/

HOME IH LIKt ^ rElNTfvD Vot'R



addraeaed

antloraed

FOR CHAFF! 23 POR FBOTERTAN7* AND ROMAN CATHOIJCB AT VETER-

*'

1-3137.

L'-d

and

unrteralgrved

ANB HORP1TA1. VICTORIA BRITISH COLUMBIA.*' will n» recelvad In th#

SAI F

* BUNS LTD

,



HEAl-m TUN DERR

LOTS

NHA.

R.

P. 1111

1

I

HILLSIDE

-»"**#• plw* *•" »'Bt1» R*»emen' sennit floor furnae# heat good gaiden h*t wi'-h Pnsatbla tevenue »l 3138

rooms on

fruit trees

tTy rawyt

good

M

•*»* '1-6443

1-3167.

Twn 1-room

Rawie * T»dar

JAMRF RAT Rear th# park

T*rr m»7Y.K3»r

Damon fK l\V !3

.

_

AND BAI.ANCK AT *7 33# CABH Lovelr three -roam 143 per month epalleaa kongalnw wilh Hire garflower* and trees trull den !"• Laing, eve* 1 7331 Agenrie* 3-1131


redecorated and in Meet ela«* ran* HU Inn 3-room older It p». »o basei4ep1 1^^ |,U ment Hans* On* *Sde rents for t,*t* garage

Call Clear#* J***"0 1-71311 fret 3-1337

HARRY PONTKR LTD

Eves

NEW THREE -RFDHCV7M HOME

Uf!- Toom* In beat Oon'iles near beach r-E Id* view nf lo- a inn pdsae-atnn and mountain, tea Full February 1 TTtre* bed ri-oms high basement with built-in bedroom and drive- in gaiage Automalir water
Kill flalf CTbura#

week- Modern

Onlv eight year* old modern twabedroom hom* full ba»*ment Bitdated an Bbelbourn# Btreet. elo*e la

1-3131

Bureau

Lilting

Ttv vour dnwn payment nn 'h>* brand-new 4 ,-ri*om aluern Well amnngst *11 new home* lorated and compel*** Ihrmieh hall larqe living fonm wl»h open brick fire-

WESTERN HOMES LTD l«t ROBFRTRON

14 140

i

two-bed, com hnm* full with drive-lh va-ae#

r

.000

1

NHA

alncra bungalow. fuU oil hea-mg, drlve-in gaSpadotu rooms Oeorge Thorneln* 3-7313,

wired modern be-emenl «"h

831*

mam

BRAND NIW Overlook ng Cedar to be sold Ihl*

4



Ya'ea

LIST7NDK APPRFCIATTTI

giye

The

#71

$8900 Eve*

kl'cnan abln»t Bparlou* pi*,* with dinette, t*" gnnd hedr
3-7774

"r

BerurlUe*

$1

Price rage

tm>m»

OF THE

HERB



New

Older

4«« »

II noo 303 sold tn 1366 List in* B»rvi3* t. i.ly

I

dining larg* living room, guest -ei*a sun poiciie*. *••> tsedroon.*

basement

them

J»l»nov

multiple

list

#ir. Oll-O-Manc neat: new tonon targe 1 ru-gled garag* gar ea*y-u>-keeo beautifully latidsrapert Upper aui'e preaentel* rerned lot shnuM ba 3164’- Fnced at $ I IK,

$2000. Cash..

for

and

hers

COVERAGE TO OX1 UNI VERBAL OF THF MARKET

mom.

Eve*.

CEDAR HILL

®!

roam,

,

iEHTi, WKDNFBDAY, FEBRUARY

°*

Hutvad

a,*,

I

$10,950 4-MA4

Alev

avllh

l*

Brtward*.

EXTRA 8PKC1AL

Two Pour-pi*** bathroom ran»» Full bedroom* "«k floor* All h*a'ln» air ha -emyr-l * Forcert wallihl* ealra* tn •tumeroue Beparate garage lanred home S H A 4'a^- loan nf 37 830 ran n*

KTU,.Page

4-3433

H A HUMBER LTD 1328

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room

Dlne'ie

tl-U

"blv

1-5101

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4-6DI



s.,-llh«

Willow* Areo

WATERFRONT

anwn

Member

Hill

Through hall. are* 11»«7 wilh fireplace rahin*' k'lchen wired for

floor

tn f» living

$950Q

DeMan. Kv#«

J

bond 1 1 Ion Four room* and rooma and lia
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Blenkinsop-Lake tnw

m

*-6 436

si-s

need

Call tha Lo* 3-4760.

feel

Nicholson. 3-3101

FARMS FOR

64

SELLING

6.3

Thl* older -typ* .unsersmn ha* been lur bcauitlUD) »cp4 ami <*• tqncd Rlrlh etlltbe nato living iqu,

$]7 400

BPtWIltrivtetl*

TIT

URGENT

q-3132^

Kf"l J'*"«a Victbiia

Mull

F..e«

Appealing k’a-ronrr aluern BtinyaI 3|g in 'hW vopular are*

4-3431

llr-

DUPLEX up

ba'h

4-$02J

^

rrouomtok

ana

FRONK

large

hungalow

U.«.

Kt, client 4 4fll«

30111.

GORDON HEAD

WHO

i"‘e

ll*

home

Ludlow. 3-7373

Mr

like

t»UI. itore# anil srhttnl

Near

ntK

$12 ,800

THE CITY BROKERAGE * CO

—VT#w

roil

ll

Mr

DEBFERATE1.Y

building In any auitoble for aisa Contact Mr McKwan. OlrmHnm
,

DE LUXE DUPLEX



FAIRFIELD DISTRICT

shrub*

In

ihl*

tve*

ROOMS PLUS

4

Ope.

mm

RAY

3-4)'»

lng room atone fireplace, through half to -wo nlre hedrotun* and met kitchen with large nook wired for rib** Full ba**m*n! with finished room, piped bal-air furnace, drive- Hi ftrage Lawn* and Inn*

anvllme

have )taa« th# hom* tor charming TV DOR Vary 1«3 varda Troot -he Ju»l than to could be

What

BKA own

.

* CO LTD I

fyieelv stucco

a'nre*.

S515 Q

Rurbldi*.

k«l>

turvm,,

»

frontae* 68

NEEDED

Call modern W.-'.rn Humes 1-»1»

LOT Min-

wan'ed near Oakland* achnnl Specialist.

and

__

AP-

DISTRIUT

OAKLANDR

H#rr» Poster Ltd

Q7C

sw

WANTED

PROPF.RTY

60

imum

BROS.

ne.

TVjiar’inent nf w-ibhc Work*. Ottawa JlRUHiY II. 1*44

Phone 2-U41

1168

piove'l

NKA

BSWKR

6««16t'~Urr

TO BUY— HOISKS

R.U

_

_

any lender nut

ROBERT FORTtFR Chief nf Admlnialrgllvs Aervlrea an) Becrataro.

Must Mil.

LOTH FOR RAl.E ON FAIRBORN Drive Ocrdnn Head 16'tlSA 1-1833

M WANTKD

,

Tli# Isiaievt jh aarllv accepted

UXT

I-AROE view

l

1

feited

wonderful Only l»58

What effrra? Owner. 7-3682 BriLDINO LOT ALBANY ROAD.

s. o.s.

AOENCIEB LTD

PHONER Member

"!

4tiw

CITY

3-4716 Ah VI in# BROAD RT Member MuIMPle L'Mlng Bureau

ENGLISH?

hardwood

eeiling*

Near

take

the

of

h,..nd.rhoo,

'ML

WHntOMK

It

flonta



4 07^0 J>7/ JU

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I ,4437

J 1314

ranrh-trn* »lt»eco buogslnv "I ro«m . with (out room* laving two bedRoman tile fireplace and Pembroke ba'hronm room* rahiner kllrhen tairg* garden and a

I

CRAIGDARROCH

"f

Full pr>c* Mi Cal'

old

UPPER ROCKLAND Family

An

r?ia-H,

r/oro

mrnt

I

tapeMrr P Ma-

3 41140

wilh a uuiet aerluded rural I'mniphrre Nicely treed large Ini ihalf act*' ea«v to keep garden and lawn* X.arge ilving-dlninc room 70 feet 'ongt tMranat floor* Iwo bedrnuma vary altrarflv* den or third Bepara-e bedroom Good tltllllY tia’id b.lck *»,*«' A"t*cMve fronting fha property Very reaapnabl* te-m* and tWIance by arree-

DOWN altracMve four-vear

Vnu

,P' rtonallty

$1 2,950

Re*

1-4144

LAKE HILL

)-n7l»4

•*.

O

MODERN RANCHER

500

1

-h

Of hollow Ilia construction with a ananur anoearanre alg - year • old bungalow $' »-room aliircD-cuvrred

$6800 F> 1-4|bt GLEN LAKE

S

1,40

Oak

i*

iseautllul

TFN MILE POINT ) v To *ub lavelv

I

hl.ANSIIAKD BlKEKT

1126

Member

,U#

1

V*" Apu»o«miateiv

spare

ruMthed-.n rum,, >• «««»• oumailer er*ft*m*nMatic heat

ahlp

amongat *1) modern home vnu will Truly a B .me 4er-M

Mr Drew.

DOWN

Keatltte

Ales

foiir-f«.,irr

ir*

_

anytime

6134

7

te i

•|t
I

hom»*

^U^rlce

ahogld

nil

e»po*ure

trl,

liv-

GORGE

w'h #"3ched plare pier*

attractive

Newlon-Whlt*

$1500

4-7163

GORGE 4-ROOM STUCCO ro«»

immaculate nmdldni large,

1731-1!' A grand att-rnc, m nlderr*pe home In a nice len-a'iun Con•in mi ol a largr Hying tutrm and den Family *i»* dining rnvtm a Modern cabinet bite hen Twn bed roam* and three niece balh up basemen' with hoLFlirt rortcre'e Beparat* Durotd roof air heat

$6500 R*a

rnn-

of

$ 10,500 Mr

mu 1-7131

in

wu-hedroom

-

REVENUE

Holland.

atruciioh

'

matterstece

g>je*t-*lt* dining roam, ing roiuti atlull batement brlghl kltrh*n tached garage Very desirable location doe# to all convenience*

3-7111

Well-built revenue property In a gn.Ml location In Kaqtumalt Live ,n thl* rent free and let rent co\l*rt,4Nn meet your monthly payments

Mr

a

throughout

ITI

DOWN

-

Charming

rin* ll

bungalow

home From

n'*

permit* a wtda varle'r "f I'tt'Mtura arrangemen'* TTte luat-richt kllrhen haa generous rOur'er_ and apace and v6t Ttkl 7naiR cahliiet hr»*kfi»t attack that quick for Utility room conveniently Oltc'd

.

V't'iou*

—room-

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tht*

eaaV ihera* to all rooma Th* la ananou* living and in-nnc dining room with lit atiraciiv# firepiaca

008 aq ft All on on* llnnr There a auarlmi* throtifh Itall. 24-ft, ocim *ood-*i»* tuning room. kitchen, loiir-pler* nath* aua -luu -*i*e - oeoror nv» Neaiilllul oak floors in the main room* and hall Full omen' h*«r. m»nt auto 11. air rgndlikmnl ’hetl tnw i**»v and drlVe-ln garage

3

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out

BROWN

niudern

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uverlouaing ut

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floor

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window

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never



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ol

l-nwn home

,

S 6500

au

ol

aicuaietl

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garden

W

MILK. POINT

with Lot I7U>63 view and clnae 1® #ca. 3-3883 fret

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ON HAOLTAIN NEAR

TEN

Ab-alUM|y

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V A Hoaoltal Will -Ubdltlde In'o D ots Full price |ft 830 1-84*6 4-3385 res Rutherford Flnenrlal Bursty Ltd 10

1

Mb

Mr. Evan*. 1-1167

or 7-163®

lansh tvue uutigalpws b»*u-

tlfullv Bt ait*

l)7J—Ctlap. beautiful timollmat marks food down which

win

CHOICE

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Owner. 4-3847

fur t.s* Taae* 4130 Ju-t '.he hum* Genthe young piolc'slonal man C r roils terms un the

A PERSONALITY HOME GORDON HEAD

Reve.al

Ltd

Crt

ACftKR

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4 )384.

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Phone Rov Harrla. )-4343 anyw Kcatina IJ3-Y J re

Whi'-.ctme

lee from Vlclnrk* 11 r*.W.nc. le, ludea tn'.dern Owner K**""J >••'"- " f Il» i'c,n 3^7)7 r n Cr*t«e A, Co

Open

washroom

Okinni ave*

i

owner a-swvn.

Pheipa

tf

BRENTTVOOn 1GTB AND AmFbtiva

KAANICH PENINEULA

*

T # o roomv bedrooms apd Pembroke ball* UP*l#irs 'ombhas isartiaiiy llBwhaE wtrn elettrle hot Oil hot-air furnace Baparilc double «aaler beater

Harold Ware. 3-14*1 Eva*.

M4 monthly Ken Biurgeon. 3-7373

AnDiT A

i

canal*' • nf Ji' ’"‘„ r r •* “ " tn gu'*l-yi*c dlmng. •«''"» fireplace oak fl»wra Bright two wl'.h n«ok all elerirlr kitchen full

D

nepartriieni Ihrouih ll'# Hutf nn*rArchliert'a office, or through ih# atgned nr Ih'isi art 'he nrfl r * of to# rusfrlct Ari'hlleri Bcgg Building. 1 1 IQ Wet' Georgia B're#'. Vancouver Bf, kill- aupnlv uiua-prin'-a and agsMiflcatmn nf the work on depoali of a aum of the form of a cheque or money iso no order pavable l® th* order itT the MinisTha deposit at’.l ter of Public Work* be released on return of lbs blue (MU, a and specif ir#* ion in good condli-nB wiyhln a month from the da»e of reception of tendets If not r*i ur n*d wnhln lhal pertod the deposit will o# forT7»e

new highbeiwecn MllliUeam Road and off

kub-divlainn

lm«r

COUNTRY AND TOWN HOMES AND

57A

j/'e*

s?

pier*

rh» Call J

a 1/

/~\

your terms

THREE ROOMS PRICE

8.10

HIGH LOCATION

Living rotwn kitchen, bedroom and rUU, 67« Cltv hath,. tom

balanca

plj?

^ $5950

Ponoromic Seo

NHA

Contact

t*' 1 *

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as

4>T/J6J

FUU. PRICE

ru"H>*

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ball)

c

trMW?. DAV

v.?

N H A, HIGH ouadra 5 YEARS

roses

#-i'"t

A de'igh'ful home wilh high elevaThe tion and view of the wa'er room den and *“* lit ing-dinlng Two franre ha" tn the front bedroom*, baihrivom and kiuhen UpGatr* hall kliroturh rr ar alt _ nia hat it - iHl mo r3hl»1ver t>x Rea Minabl* •.erm# IP a responalbl#

H



r.ria rnum^ and three th. t'ihcr Part " rani po»*e-.mn Par!5

Phona 3-7)78

B'.real

7

1

1

B.uh

scif-snsr, 1 * 10*8

ihtee ulf

,

g'i-imai nunsalow all in Through-hall plan with livdttinir room and ftreplarB. modern ing dmr»e. wired for range kl'ctren pemorok* b*thro*im, '*« bedroomt. Durotd root full basemen'. •’•irro A»»ume gaiag# d"ve-in • 34, a at 4 mortgage 14 Mil ffQTCn month which include*

NHA

WITH

OAK BAY

Th»*»

F^pa-

BUILT

IMAGINEERING

$ 19,500

Bingham

Dunran

tnonh lYZUU

pRicifo RlflHT AT . ^ With 63 inn down and balance MB per month at 6V Don t delay. pl*a*a call Roy Ham*. 2-4764. • anytime

eelf.

unit* all In etrellent rnndlilan and beaut If'illy two bedOerotled 7 an suttea ha ronms and the third one bedroom This Br.ioe.ty ha* dignity aeclution and miial be seen tn be apprerla Bareiienl revenue and good *d rla*»

fir*'

^

landtcapad trantlarrad and opportunii* 1m a

*ir»pt|itnaliv-wa||

gmuiidt

romplelcly

Ttire#

HOME

district

ROCKLAND AREA 713-H'



rnmalned

133k

N.H A A

water, automatic OIL HEAT ONLY Landscaping finished 4 years old on MU* stan dard lot in Ml Tnimir

30134 OOUOLAB ar OPPOSXTt HUDSON 8 BAY BTOK1 TRIP! FX 1718

Attraction 4'»-room altirra nuniaknw brunt and i.ltan min larviut. Itvini twim anh llrnplar* tan «parlnua bfdrnnm* mmlnrn k .IchMT vi*h dining ar*k. lull natrmml wnn fkrnirr; lar«a. trparbu caraga

Quadra

1821

LTD.

.

Street

Mump)* Latin* Hoard

UPLANDS SPACIOUS ROOMS

«r*n-

Sl-.rrrin.

LOTS OF ALL KIND* ALL BIZFR. new way

ag# for .ale

$8425

pH

Kn 1)14 — Hrye t* Ih* but lao-bedroom bungalow Miat you will find anywhere Large living room with Roman '.tla fireplace. Through nail plan dm,ng room ‘mart -abroel >233' kllrhen, Pembroke bathroom, Plerirlc hoi UTILITY room full

hicks

{ncnn JUU rNl WI

5/ Full pru* MuIMpla Uatini

naa»

D ButharfotA

A CO For*

811

-sr-KST $1000 DOWN

& COUNTRY HOMES LTD.

0

WHITTOME'S SPECIAL

4-3103

on

1-7M*

E‘*»

TOWN

Eves 1-11)3

7171

4

oil

»Hl

ta

$ 16,950

.

a Terrified rherjuv dr ymhrt* aa

fletl in Ih* forma nr tender and maqy nn or accordina 'o lhe*e form* and in accordance wilh ihe condition* aei form

eve* 4-IM7. Prater Jllwo#, 67* Yalta.

O 'Munro

HART

GILLESPIE,

duplexaraw

\J\J tenant

dl*iurb

nol

NeUnn.

belt

SELECT,

Limited nna Douglas at

i

W

,

candiuoned

Priced

4-8114.

r

WHITTOME'S

George Randall

attractive plan

oi:

-3*4

leatlualrei Please do

4-room bungalow n*«'v to Doekvatd, nic#

air

_ H F Hepburn,

cloaa

4-HMi

WH'.lama aaaninta 4-IIA57

i

batemenl. hroiln* garat#

of Public Wans Ottawa. Ontario, Reg* B, Hiding. ihe Di*»riet Arctiliac Ill* Wen Oeoraia Bireet Vancouvay# I C the Foal Ollirt. Kamloopa. B C.

Bey

Cordova

at

iERT> (

1368.

menl

nr

-

II. 100

at

pm

7.

Tn be rn-»ider*a aarh tgndai mull rw acrompanieii bv a security In lha form

VIEW LOTH

water

Near the aarrlllred

1-341 1

Ffaker. 1-3113

D

.

Metre#- nf

MNPir drl.v-ln

wiring i"4 Pl®»3'"« • a rage ' Completely decora ed ruts" 1*4 tnuoin

N*w

y,rnw.«d

$750

bedroomt living mum kitchen, full batement with laundry Eaay payment*; tub., fenc’d lot-

$5500

almotl naw uunca "t Tbit amart can oa purrhatad with a low rtnarn Thor* ara fi»a rornnt pat man

4-7111;

Millar.

THREE

5DDUU ESOUIMALT

A hatgain decorated,


ii

ud"a

"“ $4750

M.

3439 BETHUNE

for Bailing for

$500 Down

On* tida nna lar«* bfflbtrt rrwimt rnnw r»nm nihar aid# with (mlahad nratin*

A

call

$750 C^N

riTib

munch

l«ft

fraturra up to 110 $on Thi* duplMliraolar-a. iar«» llvlnt rooma 4 «n alattmi flMTM aparloua dUattaa kltrhma iwn aparinua tr ir rablntt

And abODPim Con art P O

Fltase

.

mnrtrrn pun*aiow

T

',T.



toltd tiding home, Cl'y clou in threa ronmt down three room* up; Ila* no* vacant. oil range, oil apace heater Truly a good invett-

SIDE-BY-SIDE

DUPLEX OR EXCHANGE

SELL

"

I

Voeoot

mile#

10®

•IU~— ml U -a C hsef Agsu*Siac.*,-- UapaU~

1

SKA

1

until

Plana anil apcclli.kiiiin can be assn ha ana far-na nf tender nbiamed ai

and CuMoeilABd Street Iota 1 ). 4. 7. 3, 3. 11. 13 lUli availabte; i>00 Put a»t.i 1 pr ,,-ed irom 4601 atatanc* »»* owner at. 40-16 Cumberland Hue*' •iDhroi'* nr call Ikenm* anvume H. 3-4)66 J AehbV. 1311 Broad W'h'tome A Co Ltd coan

fr**f

with

rjnm

tank

hut -water

I

CHCWB-

HILL

tha

Ml

TKJsl'lK

radaitea

and

WEJIN6RDAY. MARCH

)-B4tl

furnace.

batement

b^TO e Celtic

CRDAH

atlitreaaed

I

i

th* He reiary

I-3411 aaftim#.

Dbuglao

317

COKNNH

$ 17,000 Rye*

living

bedrooms,

Two

1I

V3ICW

lh»» mu»l
1

-

FT FIOOR An* A

BQ

Full

living room, Five-ronm bungalow three bedroomt. kllrhen ami ha'h-

)J7jU DON'T PASS THIS $750 Down

4-6103;

Williama.

raaidmca 4-4AS7

Immediate Possession

$ A 900 O .VLAJ 3»

BE A ED TKNJ’KHJl unu, signed

FOR HKAI'EH HOI BE ROE DEPART M6.NT OF A OR Cl 'LT1 RE, KAMLOOPS. alii oa received in the etfire al DC.

NORTH W BBT Ho MLB

be

OAK BAY VACANT

Thl» e«erpyynnally well-hul4 *•»• p'.nned 1864 RANCH-TYPE BUN
DOWN

$1500

EXCLUSIVE LISTING

ifulf

*v#rv

where tha three bedroom

it* hign snug grew t* grand

m

«»*»• 7->

3-3147

IUM smith

A Worth

a ttyllm o.

WOOD OAKS

liCIt

ft

t» r »?•£'

TT^fW'

OWNER TRANSFERRED

ronm

Ml

Ta*'* on Ir

NORTH W »T UU6IKN

Duual aa

There art onl> a lew ol Ih* anerThey woimI Ueka aeaview luU left If rang* Irom 3) 363 to BJ 763 you ar. guing lu build in ih* future asatti* ymiravll uf the lineal lota Available in Victoria area.

be proud of, location

*•

flat

of

cannot get a Latter on# in lb* Shorn, llffa kuktltf lAltm. Priced from *av> to »1.1M



JlrlPA eicellent

and

OAK BAY WITH A home

whether

you

BL

heating piaott.

ground*

bom*

Term, atallsbl*

$6950

*?' r

.

i

GORGE 333 KER AVENUE

.

O

$5500

rst

;

alia

All

i.r,.o 1 -hPond. .at U V;;^^^n ^•hom^fnr^V

tor

nt

iwm

l»«*4 "f

lamilv

line

than ]uat ruvi

dlllareni

la

1st*

iutril

liraulaic.

The

iandtraped

a:

de— rated Iv Beparate **r*g» and »"»»'* clean Nicely landscaped tut greenh"'i*» P.v;;M

cTff if eve* J-747*

nert Ion

4-1134

broom

bat

••arularcl

Ur—

dining

kitchen

riet irtF

than

cnnaMrtailun.

new

C7'aO0

lilt

and

,ntit*

a-i

mom

uf

room. * , ' rhr .n "!. L,?‘ cabinet pantry and two bad

range

)-**•>•

.

CRIES

I'M SICK

IT,

,mm.

alt-

c.Htage

gahkliling

H.V

Oak

"f

the

that

rrpnri*

If TOO WANT A LOT IN A l*AKKaand anting in a tdtAaivlaino that

IN THESE

I

four-room one uf Ute BW»' atl. active

in

PaUi-p

her children receive the Rrttt*h Salk anti-polio eqtitxalenl of vaccine. The rport «ay« the derition ta “an entirely personal maifer" and a rhoice she will make “like any other mother.'*

u

4-1347

Make

ill

QtifN-n Alone will

down

63 600

rr»»irt

rentable ainaU hituse in ,4 Full rbpc.rv n trail* t icier price 612 *00 PiiOM dark Bmiih. Johttalun i. )-5343 Bva*. 3 4636

For the di*, riminann* burar 'Itta hum* 1* a B"i»' ilirre uedrut-m " •WFi* locgred ymnnr vtrivr d'»* «’ «>0 huutea with almukt Including a snug imi* living area

large Uvlng r

OWNER SELL

For

living bungalow n«t room, dining room. kHrh»n. 'wo 0 **#hedroomt. bathroom Full meni., hot air fumacg oood con-

oared plr.r

uaaM

lot

or convioer

TWO

'

rvS'Ttm''""'**

Ideal

Till.

C Q7S

I

•»#»

4-1134:

Jonet

H

Five-room

dnwn bunll 000 cabinet kitchen living dining room all an nna gafloor, full hat.tttenl, furnace rage; e*t*a 0 ! t«^QC.n Mora la now Price ..

down, bajanro arr«r>*ad.

F

*

Flte-ioom modern «uii«« hungaNft. baaeAttached gar**#inw Beautiful ( lot. „, rn ,

MONTREAL STREET

302

1

finitnad air noi

K,r.rr

•*»!#- M*U. garage with fl»h pool* and pa'lo and balangw al 4*J P#r

tnchidine

Full

JAMES BAY

Randall. Ftaninga 3-6447

galow room,

cw-

rull

Pembroke ba'h

*

Full price

raa.v

Threa-bedroom

two

room,

dtnin«

p'.ar»,

{•rjrooira

mnnth Uses

J pure "MV , «r "•* Ij— down pavmrnt po**e»»bm Immediate

Mr. MaeParlan* 4-7171; Kea 4-1374

SAANICH. CLOSE IN $ 000 Down

UNIVERSITY DISTRICT ueeobunia llti- nw ,res Tart* IWH mnm apar.nu*

l,n«t|v

$25,000

JBSSTifc.

ei/ CAA 0

$ 10,950 And good tarma ran

Full Ha>#meni. O K oil beat rumpus room doubl garage naif erro of lovely grnund* aprlnkler avttem, well land«rap#d Be* Ihl* by *p-

Including eair* -large Htm* room, fully-equipped large dining room rhl* tilMard >onm and I-rar garage itoper'y could h# u«#d a* lollnwa 1 -family horn*, farge family home hntne and T#r#nue or alrtcitlv r»eenua ton* suit* pre*antly ren'mt al Tatet ara l»w 1 and the price 1 * only J I Fhnna for an appointment ta flaw Uita eareptinnal home

h»*'.

law

lot

14 376 ra*h

bedroom, and Pembroke bathroom.

TWO-FAMILY HOME on *im
OAK BAY

Two

1

h ITb7

eft

Doubt# will

Lovely llrlng dining large room, elecirle kitchen den. Pembroke bathroom down, up aparlnuk

give yo»i Incur lima living room, large

Situated

.

automa tic n il

Home RKDROOMB AND DFN

TRItnC

lermt.

Itua

i

O Munrn

eves

VALUE PLUS

OAK BAY LOW TAXES

Part natement With ptttlvheat. 041 eklra room flnithed a

'’

*‘ tlu * u

Up-

room

Powder

nnnk

dining

De Luxe Family

'

Office 1-3411;

$9450

OK

he

\ aeeine Deeision

OOOD

BKAFHONT

ACRkU

33

$12,000

'

L-,e

$2300

an. htrregf and cov* tun an * Inf oi.teicullure J-bedtoocn horn* with bsaement. ihl'ieb house and other building* About • acre* rlfared

mom

on* l»r** bedfnur-eiar kitchen room and aewlrg room Oomlnrt I* en.ured hv nett au'dirta'ir oil perimeter heating tn ih# nan batament. !» minute* drlte It. the Ctjv Bur mrw and more right m

*



stucco

newly-decorated

in

fivon living room tit tf with den with firepla 1 *. l*t|4 dimna ro«m lttll cabft: * place ‘Ink and inet kltiihen wilh tiled

Hufr,

.

,

him

attractive aettlnl lor thia horn* r**id*nc* rtmale't °f • 77*13 gueatliving room with fireplace fo>tr-pie.'e train, arr* dining

The



bedcabinet kitchen three Open bath hree-Plv j temmv yt.irwav tn three «B»d-MMd air Wllh Full cement na^ment l torn#,* laundry I"* ‘ ; Vl **•'* l¥ '• and low take* Th » b, trl”#ilv trl awaily value and could ejitranre* p|.*ed aa tnerr are three

home

OAK BAT THAT

Ui

or

3T

THE CITY BROKERAGE

bout* and ptivair nua*. mi—

room, and

OAK BAY Close

'

UPLANDS

oak

all

I

OSD

'

* mVn »•'.

plan

hall

tardea

tmall

repr

are* Inat k'trhen talih breakfaal colored future* in Pembroke bainfull romanl rntim, thraa bedroom* hatomrn' nil h**t- tf 1 a Ing niralinni valua a* J> Brallhwalte. 3-3)36- R»* 3-7641

lit in i

ihrauKh

Worth murC but * 1 *j ririrv > O.UUU pur# u only Phone Mr Dnrlt. Ivenmu 4;MM

r

old,

3-g#47

lotely Pembrokg bedroom* ba«h full batejnmt wj'h oil heating plumbing m b«e#mrn4 drigo-in garage beautiful la»nt Irony and

pee three bedroom ‘tuec® bungalow Through Cadborn Rat R«'*d n»t art# comoioed living pnn. hall room and dining room. brwhl r*n-

Thr*# jrofi

W. Michaud. 4-7171 or

K i,

I

eoniinent,

Queen ^

rut

130*1)6

The onlv ana

DE LUXE treed a .re nt »*rlud*d. property and Intel* landscaped gar*that run’ down to th* •*»*-

large entron.e hall •**" to Iiylwg rmim. rentral hall

nun

bright

AuntrNltAn hi4M* al Nlaw aon on ptilar

tien.

•'’* • DO " mni.ey.m.bar,

all

Ilr*4-rlBM

lenllkl

Cotanrl**

SEA VIEW

to look Inta thtk.

lo yaurtalf

It

Call R.

floor*, nlra living room all-tlla fireplace aiaht-wlt* dining room rl»cFflf kSVh.tr wT*tl nook three -goM-

beautiful

a

owa

tuad

BEDROOMS

3

Bicluelv#

New t'a-rnom bunaalow A-l ednMany aatra* ynu look for in a home and seldom **» vnu

atr'iriion

tha n.eakl hornet atallabla. than year old. uwnart going

riut* to

1

3-131)

DUPLEX ZONED DUPLEX LOT

Over on*

c

("*•

MtnwtFr RichaH

a range in Au«uri4liRn Anurrtw v) Thr mnuntAin* Hr# tprnlnr\ mflPB anuthFRAt ,
MARTIN AOENrlKB

A

1114 Btanahard Btreet

$8950

WATERFRONT

DOWN

$1250

Leo Ward)*. 1-3)63.

FRANK

Prick

haitae

Multtpla LMting 3-3413 olllte D Peaker 7-3113 Neil Fratar. 4-3PB*

Call

LOCATION CITY ronvemanrea

$9000 agcluaiv# tlkting Mr Btepney. 4-1114 •yea )-n*4

call

with

Prnntkgv

Price

Full Call

AffhirR

nhl

BFV «aiH Mondny rhp Quppn hwi mnikFnird In ihp ruimF ’’Prinr# ChhilFk nwuiniMirw" bring given to

CADBORO BAY 73

*>e«

3|6A%1

IU7 Ivahin*.

I

$2500

re.

.Met 10

SZ

16,800

Mr liamun.

with

CVarden

An

of

eait

4-JI10

OAK BAY

#*

Pieaaa

tire trie

but-

Full

b*thrt»iim treat an aicallent lOCBUon. from fhe *ea. tchonla. far Tatet nniv 476 and atorea

Not Oil

PAYMENT

BEAUTIFUL

SI 7,500

.

Rut

OAK BAY NEAR WINDSOR PARK Older -type tik-roum bungklaw aim etarjnu* livma ishbi and ait* dinkitchen two bedroom* ing room ce

13*1*



i

.

fruit

LOW DOWN

BUNGALOW On*

W

netting

LAMPSON

874

Three Bedrooms

•74 Claremoni Ihon gi»*

JSST*

dining

9 QQQ

,

Fhona Mr* Btlburn Btaningt 7-11)3

h#*t-

wiQ» fireplatv, with lot lar«» »" A bulbt. berrv bushes Drive by «w •»* proud nf »* • rail

rumpus room Ini •uarhMl gar***

bnm#

ronm.

Ittint

two ratlin*', alaeine kitchen bedroom* lull bawm.nl oil Itewl On payed and drlva-tn garai* »7 400 aweet rlota to but atop handle* balanta IA0 per month. Beau now.

anare

lh>» da Ftral Mm* «n iho mark#' slucro buntaln* ha» a »nnCordnva overlooking view *tui Hat *'»'*•, Bat myiv «n* toat old winpicture thing— larg# rooms doat Ihrouih nail all nai XU»oi», utility on main Horn. fully Intul-

tuia

m.Hjem

GAsRERRA iReulmi - Ex«e*

FULL PBIC* A140 ONI

IN

Georqe Terrace

throw

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G. Frederick Gilbert, a British Columbia government pilot for nine years and personal pilot to Highways Minister P. A. Gaglardi since the present government took office, is out of a job. Other personnel, including Hugh The government » renting Its O Thomas, former chief mechanic Patricia Bay hangar to PWA for In charge of highway department J730 a month, and tools for S110 a aircraft, a mechanic, two mechan month The airline will provide lc-helpers and a janitor, have tram- maintenance and a pilot for a ferred t
government

aircraft.

aircraft.

«

The arrangement was

Yesterday, Mr. Gilbert acknowledged that be had been asked to resign.

for

PWA Mr.

personnel

Gaglardi said. But he added that far as he knew. Mr Gilbert he will be employed by PWA Russ would no longer be his pilot. Baker, PWA president, could not "They haven't given him that be reached for comment. job. I think they've ottered him Mr. Gilbert, a former test pilot, some other Job. They felt he was held the rank of squadron leader In too old to qualify for amphibian the RCAF. He has flown 100 dif- aircraft.” ferent types of aircraft in a 25 -year In addition to servicing and pro-

He does

not

know whether, as

yet

Nanaimo

Sealer

Links Valuable

Breaks

NANAIMO

cording

ABOARD t

the

of

started

1952,

THERON Common-

little

one of Victoria a

a.

1

s

member best known a

niLn

ill..

Ai^A

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Canon

out of encircling ire fines flrtate

r

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of

Bolivia,

once part

41

of the ancient

Wirkens will of- Inca empire, gamed Sands and burial will dence from Spain in

S.

for

v|ctorta

yearg "

here Saturday J.

indepen

its

pt.

Arthur,

W hat

1*25

does

all

win a nice with time, the Cana- Ucluelet. are three sealer reported all well on Also surviving R. L. Albany but asked tor "a small daughters. Mrs Wil quantity of beer and dubbin” tshoe of Victoria. Mrs. A. G. A son and Mrs. Mar b ret Saxby waterproofing). grandchildren Vancouver. 26 the of along Then she turned east moving on to- and several great grandchildren Antarctic circle Mrs Warren was predeceased wards Vahsel bay on the Antarctic mainland to aet up a base for the by a son. Capt. F. J. D Warren and two daughters. Mrs. Gertwinter.

to

dian

mean

board

the new Island highway between Nanaimo and North

has a of 314.

SEALER This

70.

seas Tuesday to he at Col wood, a meeting with a rescuing naval Mrs. Warren was the widow Frederick J. Warren, frigate after having been trapped of Capt Capt. and mother of Edwin. for fnur

The proposed course- will have 18 holes, a practice area, new clubhouse and adequate parking area. The course will be bounded on one side by

membership

19

in the south polar

has

been completed by A. V. Mscourse Victoria If

Wellington. The club

way

her 123-acre

In



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directors.

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1939.

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When the man on the flying trapeze Lost his balance because of a sneeze. He was heard to comment As ha made his descent. "Pour some brisk Lipton Tea. if you please!

Deadline Thursday Night

viding a pilot for highways departMr. Gaglardi said the transfer ment fTyina PWA win maintain 7W \ was an econ three photographic aircraft of the lands and forests department.

flying rareer.

of operations to

omy move.

Arctic Adventure

Capt. Thomas Pullen, generation naval officer .

.

.

d'*«nd.nl Vice Admiral again

will

name

f

carry

fifth

officer,

flag

Pacific

-

Pullen,

the

family

W. J S, Pullpn, com nt North Star, supply ship to four warships in Artm.

Belcher

fly*

Arctic, ship. 1851.

patrol

HMS

manfl
command

takes

Arctic

the

HMCS

Pullen,

and coasf Thpir grandfather, a paymaster, was a younger brother

pl " r « r

S.

J.

into the northern wilder-

when he

ness

of

«

.

ArrU

W.

expedition

which

left

the

to

England

In

labrador next month

In 1935, the labrador played leading role In operations concerning seaborne supply of C. S Robertson of line sites In the eastern commanded the I^ahradpr on Its first epic voyage through Arctic. Last October. Capt. Roberlson became seriously 111 and the Northwest Passage Capt. Pullen is a younger was evacuated from the Arctic

He

Owen Victoria, who

succeed Capt.

will

a

DEW

b» other

of 'Rear

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air.

Premier To Hear Tweedsmuir Talk nffl- Empress hotel ballroom at 12.15 McKeand, pm. Head table dignitaries will Inelude Premier W. A. C. Bennett.

civic

Jlan north,

m meeting

Attorney General

Robert

Bon-

Austin Curtis and Mrs. Gordon Wismer. I*ord Tweedsmuir, the second Baron Tweedsmuir of Elsfield, served with the Canadian army in the Second World War. He a as rector of Aberdeen University from 1948 to 1951. and was named chairman of the Joint East and Central African Board

Meter

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A GENERAL MOTORS VALUE

1950.

He Is a son of a former governor-general of Canada, the

Marks

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Sought

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The

major

director

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of

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was

formerly

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December Jumping 27

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December, projection

A wonderfully

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At

heroism were presented In Nanaimo Monday. First was a Royal Canadian Humane Society parchment for nurse Phyllis Hamilton who pulled an Injured woman from a burning car wreck near Colwood In 1931. presented by

13.

Infant, Curtis

Nanaimo car

at

city

scroll for Colin

for

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Mcl^od, from

a

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presented at a Lions' Club dinner In his honor. 1955.

Nurse Hamilton

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ANGLIA

it

take-off, a pilot sets the pitch of his

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in Nanaimo NANAIMO Two awards for

Given

Westwood

— and

— this week

another boost in gas mileage.

Heroism Awards

Earle

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VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25, 1956

MacMillan Steps

R.

//.

Don

Ex - Tra in Fireman

Opposition

Takes High Post By

HARRY YOUNG

Demand

To

Colonist Business Editor

Twenty-eight years ago H. S. Berryman was a fireof Aiberni Pacific Lumber Company's old

man on one

(In the flra* two chapters, Morey Bernstein, a highly successful young businessman. han told how he Irraniw Interested In hypnosla and prr-hlrth regression. Now, In Chapter 111. conies the first actual tape-recorded experiment on Mra. Ruth Simmons. a 32-year-old housewife of Pueblo, t olo. Here. Mra. Simmons tells for the first time of being Bridey Murphy hark In early 19th century Ireland. These and succeeding tape recorded sections make one of the moat gripping stories imaginable. The Daily Colonist does not necessarily endorse the book or theories It advances, hut presents the story as fascinating and provocative read

Judgment up

Ing, leaving the final

CHAPTER

it

Hr*

l

ion

(hr rhtrf

to

Reginald MacMillan, at 70 years

cxr«-aii\r

ears H. S

matmn

lo the reader.

is

.

between a Thanksgiving formal danre and a cocktail party, a date was set: Nov. 29.

When rived

Simmon*#* about the work

the aet

I

For the

Then

and turned off

ar-

by

of

with the lamp.

the evening.

Candle

exception

of

a

one

signals It

once more pick up the image of the flame In her mind. After the count of three. Ruth'* head fell to one side on the pillow; her breathing

waa deep and

explained that while ahe staring at the candle flame I would soon begin to count. When 1 began with t ha count of "One," I told har. I wanted her to dose her eye* and Imagine that she could see the candle flame In her “mlnd’a eye." Then when I aald. "Number two." ahe should, I. suggested, open her eye* and once more look into the candle flame.

At

I

was

when the was the

May had

.

beds/ Ella

at the flame, I added. 1 would eventually toll the count of three, at which aignal she was to again close her eyes and

.

on hack farther,

more than four hours in St. Joseph's emergency ward before being officially

admitted

head timekeeper

Camp

years

Two

farther.

veara

now

And now back

old.

.

old.

year* old. two

two years

And One

old.

farther hack.

still

year old. one year old. Now go on even farther back. Oddly enough, you can go •ven farther back. I want you to keep on going hack and hack and hack In your mind. And. surprising as It may aeem. strange as It may aeem. you will find that there are other scenes In your

memory.

Now you're going !o # me, now you're going to

tell

tell

me what scene* cam# Into What did you your mind.

Uh

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still

.

off

painted

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my

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Company

.

.

.

what

was

the Impression that she had said" “Friday." The others In the room, as they later told me, also thought ahe aald “Friday.” But we were soon to learn otherwise. I (I

Uh

Uh

.

.

.

Friday Murphy.

And where do you ...

How

I

Cork

live In

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All

Cork.

And what ia the name of your mother? Kathleen.

And what

the

la

name

of

your father?

Duncan Murphy.

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,

.

Duncan

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tinder

four

right.

prr>ent

.

.

.

Now

I.AG0S. Nigeria tReuters)— banners and triumphal arches are transforming this steaming port into a carnival city keyed up for the arrival Saturday

Queen Elizabeth.

you

five feet,

Ruth

She la 32 years of age and two inches tall.

Canada ship of both

amazed about her disclosure* of Bridey Murphy ,aa anyone. Asked If ahe remembered anything while under hypnotic ia

as

Influence, she replied; **Not on#

thing. I didn't 'know a

of

a

Wn

harm Iras. ml«cd

in

and drank ward.

provinces Miss Margaret

Aitken

(PC»

Israel

and the Arab

were

should

to

Indeed

be

playing

the

Public Kept in Dark

fear and determination something must he done Surely our law* are wrong when

“at

they allow 300 to 400 known suspects to be roaming the streets

'*

Carson said the new criminal code permitted sex deviate* to

a

held indefinitely. “All that ia required

Is

A

action

boost of $20,000 In Victoria

consider re- taken hy the law enforcement polite budget, to $484,000. was itself against Inflation authorities In the province*. It’a a«ked by Chief of Police John " standby consumer credit not our responsibility BlaCkstock yesterday. “Well, fake some responsibilIncluded In his estimate* was ity." said Clayton Hodgson The proposal, a notable shift (PCi. “Do something about It provision for five additional constables and five new cam. In administration policy, was What's a government for**" the major surprise of Eisen Chief Rlackstork declined “Is It any wonder that rlli/en* howrer * annual economic me* are aroused." Mis* Aitken said, to answer Mayor Percy Hcuraage to Congress, "when the maximum penalty rah'a question as to why the fore* required 97 men. He Representative Jesse Wolcott for rape is life xnd a ma/i con of Michigan, ranking Republican Oh the Houae of Representatlvea banking committee said such controls would he a “aword of Damocles" hanging over bus! ness He said thev "should be provided by law only with a declaration of war.” a

total

would

replied. “But

I

was actually what people in this dty will

aald.

I

tell

C

you

The

finest

that.”

explain

privately, ho

said.

Police strength

is

now

90,

two

fewer than normal complementSalaries totalling more than $400,000. hut based on 1955 pay rates,

are Included In the bud-

«»**

The 1956 salaries are still to be negotiated. If granted In full

new demands would

coat

an ad*

dltlonal $29,000

con

turner debt soared to an allMuch more had been re- time peak of $36^00.000.000 In fused than allowed to go to Is- December, a climb of more than compared *w1th Egypt, and the other Arab $8 000,000.000 1954. attributed to the national Pearson told parliament that splurge of Installment buying aince the beginning of 1954. mostly of automobile*

tary balance in the Middle East area. rael.

know.” she

after-

"The people are far ahead of government In their con-

$-100,000,000,000

Communist game." Pearson told the Commons. He Mid Canada's arms export policy wga carefully administer- ALL-TIME PEAK ed so as not to upset any miliEisenhowed said

herself a potion

She died soon

the

arming

wllh

It.

cern, that

API— Pres! now

Mtsa Crewe, to prove that the medicine she ga\e Mainshun

son

he

abandon friendly relations with the Arab states and support Israel, completely and exclusively, with our diplomacy and our arms, then we

do know one thing ... 1 know it with all my heart. This la not a hoax or a trick. Whatever went on while I waa under hypnosis

thing

<

U. bewhen he took a dose of

sent to a hospital.

(BUPi- A woman

of parliament appealed Minister Stuart Garlast night to give leadership dealing forcefully with sex criminals, but he said primary responsibility rested with the to Just h-e

Urged th reahold

in states.

asked.

"I Juat don’t

OTTAWA member

right

said:

State*,

III

Sxlnsbnry.

stomach ponder mixed hy Mlsa 'era Crewe, a druggist, and naa

Credit

United

—John

came

Control

the

External Affairs Minfriend- later Leater B. Pearson said yesterday. "If. response to recent In Soviet moves in the Middle East

ince

about It until Morey Bernstein played tha tape* " “Do you believe all this atuff about Bridey Murphy— actually believe It” Ruth

was

gone

have

M \KI BOROI Ml. England (l'P|

control Jaw.

Gracious Housewife Amazed by Memories star of Broadway.

to

Ern

Fatal

economy," should

wg..

a calm, gracioua and unaaaumlng housewife who could be a twin of Julie Harris, the elfin

Druggist

dent Eisenhower aald Tuesday

Arms Shipments

Believe It? I Don’t Know’

la

said

severence from the RCMP and have interviewed him. and considering all Ih# evidence unearthed to date, the commission does not feel justified in dispens ing wllh hi* services at ttor present time. Further investigation is pending."

Pearson Defends

«

—Mr*. Ruth Simmons

am

Commits

Vic-

of the circumstances regarding hi*

For Quee Flags,

can *ee yourself a little older. See if you can see yourself when you're five, or sly. or even, or see yourself when you're an older girl. Are you a girl or are you a boy?

Colo.

completed?

huge sawmill. he moved from the

WASHINGTON if

road

its

nine# the police

four years see

main

In 1945.

with

commission had some knowledge

Continued on Tag* 1

PUEBLO,

employed by the

you?

old are .

"Regarding Constable D. J. Towers, a former member of the he RCMP. Prince George detachment,

Up

toria police force;

old.

live? .

,

siar-Slewart

dent In charge of all production, a position he held until yesterday. Now as the president of a vast and growing corporation with assets in excess of $130,000,000 and annual sales of nearly $200,000,000. Mr. Berry man can truly

Nigerians

of

Don't you have any other

name?

-

a

tie

stated.

In 19-19 Island to head office in Vanto be general manager of production, and In January 19.10, he was elected vice-presi-

Light

?

will

couver

Friday.

is

*

It

member

The questions were: enjj 1. To what extent Is the Cas- thL

Three years later he became manager of the Chemainu* div-

did

Uh

Calder. “Actually.

QUESTIONS LISTED

Already marked for a high gained Mr. Berryman wider experience when he was

Jus'

Friday.

Mr

'toad." the

19.18, when manager at

1.

post

terrible.

You name

^

promoted to manager of the Northwest Bay Logging division and the Iron River Logging

ision.

you do that? know. I was just msd. Got an awful spanking. What la your name?

B

B

Sommers because

the road is a "mining assistance" road, aald

until

office

,

HEADED DIVISION

.

Don’t

Mac MILL AN

The project cranes under the department of Mines Minlater

Progress after that wax quick

waa a metal bed, and I It scratched the paint off of It. Dug my nails on every post and Just ruined It. Was jus’

Why

HR.

the

in

In 1941 Mr. Mar Mlllan called him back to Tort manage the plywood under construction.

pretty.

it

t

“MAIN ROAD"

to mill then

farther.

bed.

made

'n'

Issue of the battery of six questions aimed at Mines Minister Roliert SomLib mers by Bruce Brow n Prince Rupert* yesterday.

and certain

scratched the

.

all

it.

make n major subject came in a

Albemi

Go Farther Back Three yean old. see yourwhen you were three

self

became

he

.

still

^operations

a g

I

B B B B B B B

hint that the opposition

w.nild attempt to

Albemi valley. Mr. Berryman held this position when H. R. MacMillan purchased API. in 19.16. and he remained

.

And while she was looking

o g g

I

technique for deepening the trance. After that rame the ordinary age regression. And then I said, as the tape recorder plays It bark: Now I will not ask you any more questions for a while You are going back . . . bark . . back, 'way back Into time and space. Now, for Inatance, you are going to he six years old. Think about the time you were six years old. And now slip farther hack to when you were five year* old. Think about that . Now go .

B

First

In l*?» he *»«s pconwWlnn to timekeeper at the API Camp 2. A year later, his feet firmly planted on the ladder lo success, he moved to the company's headquarters ill Albemi, where he becanva timekeeper (or all AI*L

to wait

Hospital

I

in

man

on a guarded crossing in 20 years,

to critical shortage of hospital

He was bom

Albemi Pacific Lumber in 1927 on the old logging railway as a fire-

accident occurred.

first

a

is

He added that a bridge had I already been washed out. SM “I charge there has been a certain laxity of construction jlE and I will press for a full Investigation," Mr. t alder

Bloedel' s new native son of

Port Simpson, near Prince Rupert, and went to Albemi as a youth. There he was employed by

little girl

Due

employed a

I

president

and

British Columbia.

police said.

regular.

this point

MacMillan

Hotel.

f

BRIDGE GONE

START AT AI.RF.KM

suffered

child

a

was walking west across Quadra in the pedestrian crossing and her schoolmates were manning the lane's approaches with their hand-flag

The

in

V held the lighted candle at about a 4A-degree angle above and In front of her head and not more than 18 Inches from her eyei.

20 years of operation of patrols,

car driven, police say, by Kenneth E. Arnold,

Sherwood

the light*

all

in

school

Ella May Jazlowiecki, 7. of 910 Caledonia, is in hospital with a fractured shoulder after being struck

lighted a candle

I

time

first

1851.

serious injury in a school crossing yesterday.

Ruth was made comfortable on the

In a reclining position

couch.

runoff. Frank ('alder
an>i policy committee. Stepping into the chairmanship B. M. HofbneiMer, who has

ptesident of MacMillan and Bloedel since the amalgamation in

Jteen

Greater Victoria

B B B 1 B B

they

yesterday

would try to find out if there were any truth to reports that parts of the road would he washed out in the first spring fl

in 1951. is lo

finance

III

TH SIMMONS BECOMES RRIDEY MI RPHY

Colonist

Daily

BERRYMAN

with Bloedel, Stewart and remain on Hip will he chairman of the

Welch

board and

netting the Simmonses to come to the house was no easy job. I was forced to compete with bridge games. cocktail parties, and club dances. _ which had become standard routine in their lives. Then, too, Rex, who kry»w practically nothing about hypnosis and wasn't eager to start learning, took no delight in the prospect of having his wife put into a trance, Finally however, sandwiched

of construe-

laxity

)

ELLA MAY JAZLOWIECKI

BY MOREY BERNSTEIN KI

Road Probe

*. wood-burning locomotives _ ... Yesterday he took another step in his story-book business career by becoming president of MacMillan and Bloedel, British Columbia's biggest forest industry company. 7 pan km was paved when Harvey The wit tor Mr. Rrrrymin'i

states

arm* export* to Israel amountThe president’s report said the ed Jo *2.067.685.19 In value. To •Twnn atmosphere” has subLgypt, they were $77142L aided.

1

Death penalty for drug "pushers”

was again recommended

in

the legis-

lature yesterday hy Dr. Iarry Giovandn (In*!.. Nanaimo and the Islands). "Last year when I said that I waa ridiculed,” he said. "But that's the trend around the world today . . the death penalty for anyone who sella .

narcotics to teenager*.”

He

1.200 tons of

said

opium were

produced

in

only

tons were used for medical

4.50

purpose*.

"The

the world every year hut

— re*t

la

bootlegged,” he aald.

Enough heroin waa produced to provide 29,000,000 addicta three cap* a day for a year, Dr. Oiovaado added.

,

I

1

Forecast

—Cloudy

light

,

winds

NO

(Details on Vancouver

NO. 37

—MNETY-KIWITH

VKAR

Inland's

Page 2)

leading Newspaper Since 1858

VICTORIA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, WEDNESDAY,

JANUARY

I*

25, 1956

l<

CENTS CENTS

IHII T

20 PAGES

NDAT

It

it

#

cars

For

t

he

first

Greater Victoria

ELLA MAY

J A/.l

X>W

I

Ella

by

CHAPTER

in

20 years of operation of patrols,

a

child

suffered

Jazlowieckl, 7, of 910 Caledonia,

is

in

car driven, police say, by Kenneth % E. Arnold,

a

Sherwood in

Hotel.

The little girl was walking west across Quadra the pedestrian crossing and her schoolmates were lane's approaches with their hand-flag when the accident occurred.

manning the

To Demand

Opposition

signals If



Nigeria

LAGOS.

'Reuiersi banners Flag.*, and triumphal .irchfi are transforming thi*

BY MOREY BERNSTEIN

steaming port tnlo a ram vat city keyed up tXr the arrival Saturday

III

was the

Queen Elizabeth

first

on

a

guarded crossing

in 20’ years,

Complete Investigation

police said.

May had

I

TH SIMMONS BECOMES BRIDEY MIRI’HY

of

easy

May

hospital with a fractured shoulder after being struck

(In Ihf first two rhiplm, Murry l^rn»trlii, i hi|(tily surrrssful young buoinrvmian, ha* told how hr Im-cbiii* Inlrretlcd In hypnosis and pre-birth regression. Now, In Chaptrr III, roniM Ihr first arlual tape rr-urdrd experiment on Mr*. Kuth Simmon*. a "i jr,"*- »,Jd housewife of Pueblo, ( oln. Hrrr, Mr*. Mmntofts tell* for Ihr first time of bring Hridry Murphy hark In rarly lltfh rrntury Irrland. These and «urrrrding tape-recorded Mellon* makr onr of Ihr moat gripping stories Imaginahlr, Thr Dally ( olnnlM dor* not necessarily endorse thr book nr theories It adtanrrt, hut present* thr atnry a* fa*rinating and provocative readlog. Iravlng thr final Judgment up to thr rradrr.)

KI

lime

school

serious injury in a school crossing yesterday.

K< 'K

Hospital

more than four hours in St. .Joseph’s emergency ward before being officially

to wait

admitted.

Getting th»y Simmonses to come to the house was no job. was forced to compete with bridge games, I

cocktail parties, and club dam**, which had become in their lives. Then, too, Rex, who knew practically nothing about hypnosis and wasn't eager to start learning, took no delight in the prospect of having his wife put into a trance however.

standard routine

Finally,

hr tween

n

mal .dance

sandwiched Thanksgiving for and a rock la wai set: Nov. 29.

When

t

Simmonses arwork of

tie

rived I set about the the evening

Candle T held the lighted candle at about a IVdegree angle above

In front of her head and not more than IK inches from her eye*.

I explained that white she staring at the randle flame 1 would soon begin to count the rrrnTtr nf ~One;“ I rntd tier. I wanted her* to close her eye* and imagine that she could nee the candle flame in her "mind's eye " Then whpn I Mid. "Number two,” she should, I suggested, open her eyes and once more" look into the candle flame. And while she was looking

was

added, would eventually toll the count of three, si which signal she was to again close her eyes and the flame,

I

couch. Then

lighted a candle

I

and turned off with the lamp.

the lights

all

exception

one

of

in

and

ai

Ruth was made comfort a hie

in a reclining position on the

1

party, a dale

I

once more pick up the image of the flame In tier mind, After the count of three. Ruth's head fell to one side on the pillow; her breathing

whs deep and

regular. At this point I employed a

technique for deepening the trance. After that came the ordinary age regression. And then T *aTd. as the 'tape recorder plays if back: Now I will not ask you any more questions for a while You are going hack back . hack, 'wav hack Into time and spare. Now. for instance. you are going to be six years old. Think about the time you were six years old. And now slip farther hack to when you were five years old. Think about that . . Now go on back farther, still farther. .

.

.

.

.

.

now

One

farther back.

still

year old. one year old. Nowgo on even farther back. Oddly enough, you ran go even farther hack I want you to keep on going hack and hack and back in your mind. And. surprising a* It may seem, strange as It may seem, you will find that fhere are nfher scene* In ymir

memory.

Now

you're

going

to

tell

me. now you're going to tell me what scene* come Inin your mind.* What did you aee?

S.

Berryman was

a fire-

Alltemi Pacific Lumber Company’s old wood-burning locomotives. Yesterday he took another step in his story-book business career by becoming president of MacMillan and Blocdel, British Columbia’s biggest forest industry of

It

S

Control

Druggist

.

WASHINGTON

Commits

the

.

.

Uh

.

.

.

Fatal Errt

my

bed.

made

'n'

(t l*»

it

—John III

Malnshurv.

When he

*!i.

Jus' pretty.

was a metal bed, and I It scratched the paint off of it. Dug my nails on every post and just ruined it. Was Jus' terrible.

a druggist,

sent to a hospital.

Mis* Crewe. In prmr that the medicine *he gave Salnshury waa harndes*. mixed herself a potion and drank II. She dkrd soon afterward.

.

.

.

.

.

I

.

,

Astrology

.

Classified ornlc*

RCMP

Crossword Contra,

you have any other

Don't

lit Friday Murphy And where do you live'' .

Mow t'h

.

Cork. ... I live In Cork And what la the name of your mother? .

.

.



Kathleen.

And what

is

the

name

of

your father?

Duncan Murphy.

.

Duncan

.

.

four

.

.

.

Financial

four years <1.

old.

.

.

All

t

Now

right.

can see yourself a

see

you

if

little

older.

.See if you can see yourself you're five, or six. or seven, or see yourself when you're an older girl Are *ou a girl or are you a boy ?

when

,

Continued on Page J

told

I

he

K.

Mortinmre's

7 (

olunin

Garden Notes Island

officers

"Regarding

News

...

Patterns

Programs ...

.

Sport Television Theatre* Tom Taylor's

that

time.

.

12. 8.

IS 9 If 20

Column

4

is

pending

at least until

This the

B

M HOFFMEISTER

J.

of the

The president’* report said the "boom atmosphere" has sub-

''

sided.

Pearson Defends

keep Tower* on

A II

-

D.

member

ing with his services *| the present lime Further investigation

further Investigation, decided to

12

..

Radio •social

at

Constable

former

served sentence* detention barracks.

The commission,

2

2

i

RCMP

in

a

Both

malice.

News

a

com

They were severely disciplined But Towers said he bore no

Bridge

Editorial'

you?

old are

,

Towers

mission, he took no part in the

heating for confession of Robert Towers,

I

"at

such controls would be a “sword f Damocles*' hanging over bust ness. He said they "should he provided by law only with a declaration of war." John Fraser. 24. jailed for the RCMP. Pnnre George detachment, AI.I/TIME PEAK robbery with violence of an at present employed by the VicKlsenhowed said tola! contoria police force; since the police aged Chinese ^ commission had some knowledge sumer debt soared to an alllie had been punished, of the circumstances regarding hts time peak or $36,200,000,000 In Towers ssid. because he had severence from the RCMP and December, a climb of more than not Intervened when a senior have trRrrviewed him. and con- S6 000 000.000 compared wdth officer heal Fraser. sidering all the evidence un- 1T4. attributed to the national Towers and hi* companion earthed to date, the commission splurge of Installment buying— mostly of automobiles. policemen. L. M. KUcoyne. were does not feet justified in dispensBut.

I

Friday. (I was under the Impression that she had said "Friday.” The others In the room, as they later told me, also thought she said "Friday." But we were *4H»n to learn otherwise,

now

$400,000,000,000

The proposal, a notable shift In administration policy, wax the major surprise of ElsenCity probationer constable Donald J. Towers freely hower'* annual economic mesadmitted to the Victoria police commission yesterday the sage to Congress. Representative Jesse Wolcottpart he played in the beating of a suspect in Prince George who confessed to a crime he did not commit and of Michigan, ranking Republican on the House of Representserved five months of a one ramrod stiff probationer Towers, atives banking committee, said year sentence

Mhi

and wa*

Don't know. was Just mad Got an awful spanking What Is your name? Uh Friday. You name Is what?

"

a

control Jaw.

be-

tonk a dn*e of

alnmarh pnwiier mixed by

Vera Crewe,

of

economy,” should consider rearming Itself against inflation wtth a standby consumer credit

MARLBORO! OH. England rame

scratched the

.

all

United States,

threshold

.

paint off painted if.

lAPl-PrestEisenhower said Tuesday

dent

i

name?

Credit

BERRYMAN

,

Go Farther Back Three years old. see yourwhen you were three years old, And now hack still farther. Two years old, iwn vears old two years old. And self

HARRY YOUNG

By

Colonist Business Editor

Twenty-eight yean* ago H.

man on one

is

ataff. the statement issued

h.v

Arms Shipments

rommiasion after hearing Oilrf and information fmm

Blarkstock

OTTAWA warn*

a


defensive

-^Canada balance

Pearson told parliament that the beginning of 1954,

In atnee

the Middle Ea«t and the friend-

arms export* to Israel amountArab ed td $2,067.6*5 19 tn value. To Affair* Min- Egypt, they were 1771.121.

ship of both Iarael and the state*. l*ter

External Lr*ter

B.

pear*on

said

yesterday.

Gracious Housewife Amazed by Memories PUEBLO, Cakks-Mra Ruth Simmon*

fa

a

gracious and unassuming housewife could be a twin of Julie Harris, tjie elflh

calm,

who

Broadway. She Is .12 year* of age and two incheu tall.' la as amazed about her disclosure* of Brtdcy Murphy a* anyone Asked K she remembered anything while under hypnotic star of

five feet,

Ruth

influence, she replied;

"Not one

thing.

1

didn’t

know

a

thing

about

until

it

Morey Bernstein played

"If,

Soviet

“Do

you

believe

all

Murphy— actually

the

atuff about believe it" Ruth

thi*

was asked. "I Just don't know." she replied. "But I do know one thing ... I know it with alt my heart. Thi* Is not a hoax or a trick Whatever went on while I was under hypnosis was actually what said lhe finem |

people

tn

this

dty wiy

tell

you

that."

response

move*

in the

to

recent

be

playing

the

Communist game." Pearson the Common*.

told

should

Indeed

Government

Middle East

we were to abandon friendly relations with the Arab mate* and support Israel, completely and excluaively, with our diplomacy and our arma. then wa

tapes."

Bridey

In

He taid Canada's arms export policy was carefuMy administered so a* not to upset any military balance In the Middle East area Much more had been refused than allowed to go to Israel Egypt, and the other Arab

Wins Votes

Of Confidence —

-OTTAWA
ronfldence

independent member for MooaeJ aw- Lake Centre, supported tha

government both time*.

1956
English

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