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Victoria, British Columbia, Saturday, February 23, 1980 


♦♦ 20<^ Daily, 30<^ Sunday 


Kabul clamped as protests mount 



V.S. players bundle in joy, Soviet goalie droops head 

U.S. hockey team 
shocks Soviets, 4-3 


Colonist wire services 

LAKP] PLACID — Thousands of exu¬ 
berant U.S. fans chanting “U.S.A. ail 
the way” look to the streets in noisy 
triumph Friday night after the U.S. 
Olympic hockey team scored a stun¬ 
ning 1-3 win over the Soviet Union in 
the medals playoffs. 

A youth in a white fur coat and a 
stetson stopped cars to shake hands 
and remind the drivers: “We beat the 
Husskis.” 

The win .sent the price of tickets for 
the final game agajn.st Finland Sun¬ 
day, in which the U.S. has a chance 
to win the hockey gold medal, rocket¬ 
ing to nearly $100 for the btsst scats. 

“Let them have Afghani.stan,” one 
man shouted. “We’ve got the gold.” 

In one of the greatest upsets in 


• Hockey details and other Olym¬ 
pics coverage on Page 10. 

sports history, the United States 
scored two third-period goals over the 
Soviets, bringing that country’s hock¬ 
ey team its first Olympic loss in 12 
years. 

Thousands of fans still surrounded 
the new Olympic Fieldhouse long after 
the game had ended. 

Fans watching on televisions in bars 
and cafes, counting down the final 10 
seconds of the game, fell over each 
other in delirious triumph at the end. 

Canada, meanwhile, was dumped 6-1 
by Czechoslovakia and was eliminated 
from medal competition. Sweden, 
which plays the Soviets Sunday, also 
has a chance for the championship. 


Situation 

‘very 

volatile’ 


• U.'S. sees Brezhnev 
warning as effort to 
split West. Page 29 


CoMfiist Wirt strvicts 

Resistance to;the Soviet 
military presence in 
Afghanistan spread to 
much of the Central Asian 
country Friday, with at 
least three persons re¬ 
ported killed in street 
demonstrations in Kabul. 
The Moscow-backed gov¬ 
ernment proclaimed 
martial law and ordered a 
curfew in the capital city. 

The official Soviet news 
agency Tass, which reported 
the imposition of martial 
law, said the Afghan govern¬ 
ment is trying to curb a wave 
of “plundering and arson” 
by Moslem rebels and “for¬ 
eign agents and mercen¬ 
aries.” 

Tass also said an Ameri¬ 
can known for his links with 
the Central Intelligence 
Agency and 16 Pakistanis 
were arrested in Afghanis¬ 
tan for anti-government ac¬ 
tions. It identified the 
American as Robert Lee, but 
provided no other personal 
information about him. 

A U.S. state department 
official in Washington who 
said he was acquainted with 
Lee described him as a pri¬ 
vate citizen who had trav¬ 
elled “for some time” in 
Afghanistan and had no link 
with the U.S. government. 

Department spokesman 
Thomas Reston said, “No 
difficulties have been re¬ 
ported” among the approxi¬ 
mately 60 American resi¬ 
dents of Afghanistan, mostly 
in Kabul. But he said they 
were advised to stay at 
home. 

The state department 
today described the situation 
in Afghanistan as “very, 
very volatile.” 

Most merchants in Kabul 
began a protest strike Thurs¬ 
day, and their shops re¬ 
mained closed Friday, the 
Moslem sabbath, said re¬ 
ports from the Afghan capi¬ 
tal reaching New Delhi, 
India. The demonstration 
against the two-month-old 
Soviet inter\'ention spread to 
several provincial cities, in¬ 
cluding Kandahar, Herat, 
Jalalabad, Wardak and 
Baghlan, the reports said. 

Sporadic gunfire was 

Page 2—Protests 



Ghafoorzai 
... mercy plea to Kabul 


Afghan Soviet defender 
turns denouncer, quits 


Colonist-Washington Post service 

UNITED NATIONS - An Afghan 
foreign ministry official, sent here to 
defend his government at a special 
meeting Friday, of the nonaligned na¬ 
tions called to discuss Soviet interfer¬ 
ence in Afghanistan’s internal affairs, 
instead denounced the Soviet invasion 
of his country and defected. 

The nonaligned group then voted by 
acclamation to have its chairman — 
the Cuban ambassador — cable Kabul 
with a humanitarian appeal for the 
safety of the wife, four children, three 
sisters and mother left behind by 33- 
year-old Abdul Rahim Ghafoorzai. 

The action stunned diplomats from 
some 90 nations, who had gathered 


behind closed doors expecting to hear 
the Soviet pre.senee defended by Gha¬ 
foorzai, an 11-year career diplomat 
who was deputy director of the Inter¬ 
national Relations Department in the 
Afghan foreign ministry. 

He told reporters he had not yet 
decided whether he would .seek to stay 
in the United Stales, go elsewhere or 
“join all my compatriots who arc in 
the liberation struggle.” 

Ghafoorzai said his decision was % 
prompted during his trip with Afghan 
Foreign Minister Shah Mohammed 
Dost to Moscow, where he realized 
that Soviet forces “are not in Afghan¬ 
istan as a result of a request made by 
our government.” 


Trudeau PM March 3, 
sends ‘envuys’ to west 


OTTAWA (CP) — Pierre 
Trudeau will return to power 
at the head of a Liberal gov¬ 
ernment Monday, March 3, 
replacing the Conservative 
government of Joe Clark 
that was rejected by the 
voters last Monday. 


GOLDEN, Colo. (AP) — A 
major carthaukke occurred 
today just off the coast of 
Hokkaido, the northernmost 
island of Japan, the U.S. 
(ideological Survey said. 

The quake measured 7.2 on 


Trudeau announced the 
date for the swearing in 
after a one-hour vi.sit with 
Ciovernor-General Edward 
Schreyer, who is recovering 
in a military hospital from a 
bowel operation. 

The 60-year-old Liberal 


the Richter Scale, the stron¬ 
gest tremor in that area in 
almost seven years. 

The quake was the stron¬ 
gest in the area since a 7.7 
magnitude shock on June 17, 
1973, that injured 24 persons. 


leader told reporters he 
would probably meet Parlia¬ 
ment immediately after the 
April 4-6 Easter break. 
There is a possibility the 
32nd Parliament might open 
sooner, but technical prob¬ 
lems connected with deliv- 

Minister 

claims 

blackmail 

TORONTO (CP) — Ira¬ 
nian Foreign Minister Sa- 
degh Ghotbzadeh, In an in- 
ter\’iew with CBC television 
news in Tehran, said Friday 
a blackmail attempt has 
been made against him by 
two persons posing as Cana¬ 
dian journalists. 

He said the blackmailers 
claimed they had evidence 
the foreign minister re¬ 
ceived a payoff for aiding 
the escape of six Americans 
from Iran last month. 

Ghotbzadeh said the 
blackmailers threatened “to 
spread the news that I was 
aware of the presence of 
Americans in the Canadian 
embassy and that they left 
with my approval and my 
help, and for that the United 
States government paid $6 
million to the Canadian gov¬ 
ernment and the Canadian 
government is paying here” 
to Ghotbzadeh. 


ery of election legal docu¬ 
ments will likely prevent it. 

Clark will remain as prime 
minister and head of a care¬ 
taker government until Tru¬ 
deau takes over. Clark told 
Schreyer Thursday of his in¬ 
tention to resign, effective a 
few hours before Trudeau 
is sworn in. 

Trudeau has already 
begun the difficult job of 
putting together a regional¬ 
ly-balanced cabinet with 
only two Liberal MPs elect 
ed in the west. 

The two, Lloyd Axworthy 
(Winnipeg-Fort Garry) and 
Bob Bockslael (St. Boni¬ 
face), have been sent on a 
fast trip west to come up 
with ideas on how to get 
some western representa¬ 
tion. They will meet with 
B.C. Liberal officials Sun 
day. 

“I am looking for ways to 
assure myself of repre.senta- 
tion from the we.st,” Tru¬ 
deau told reporters. “The 

Page 2—vSwitch 

Interest gap 
hurts dollar 

MONTREAL (CP) — The 
narrowing gap between Ca¬ 
nadian and United States in¬ 
terest rates took its toll on 
the Canadian dollar Friday 
as the currency dropped al¬ 
most half a cent to 86.73 
cents against its U.S. count¬ 
erpart. 


Plane down 
in channel, 
pilot rescued 

The pilot of a small airplane was rescued Friday 
night after he crashed about 11:15 p.m. in Satellite 
Channel, off Cherry Point Road, near Cowichan 
Bay. 

The pilot, who was not identified, received minor 
injuries and was picked up by a tugboat. There were 
no passengers. 

An RCMP police boat and searchlight-equipped 
helicopter were dispatched to the scene. 

A spokesman at the Pat Bay airport control tower 
said the plane had intended to land at the airport and 
had identified itself as a light single-engine aircraft. 

Quake off Japan 


Ferries 

system 

clogged 

Pas.sengers on the B.C. 
Ferry system must have 
thought it was a summer 
holiday on Friday. Sailing 
waits started in the morning 
and got worse through the 
day. 

Passengers were^left 
stranded at the Swartz Bay, 
Tsawwassen and Departure 
Bay terminals. At Swartz 
Bay. about 200 vehicles were 
left bt'hind at each sailing. 

A ferry spokesman in Van¬ 
couver predicted at about 9 
p.m. that .some passengers 
at Swartz Bay and T.sawwas- 
sen would probably not make 
their destinations. - 

B.C. Ferry Corp. spokes¬ 
man Betty Nicholson said 
Th Victoria the heavy traffic 
was unusual for this time 
of year, and suggested pas¬ 
sengers might consider tak¬ 
ing a bus or going as foot 
passengers. 

Passengers can get updat¬ 
ed traffic conditions from 
the ferry’s information num¬ 
ber or local radio stations. 


U.S. inflation rate 18 % 
and ^starting to explode’ 


INSIDE 


Sun brings break 
to wet California 

—Page 3 


Envoy to U.K. 
plans to stay 
despite election 

—Page 45 


Destroyers’ 

overhaul 


i gets go-ahead 

20 

4 • Grits facing wave of demands from naval group. 
15 ,17 Page 45 


WASHINGTON (AP) — 
Consumer prices in the Unit¬ 
ed States surged 1.4 per cent 
in January, leading a top 
White House official to warn 
Friday that “inflation is 
starting to explode.” 

The jump in the U.S. labor 
department’s Consumer 
Price Index, the largest in 
more than six years, result¬ 
ed in one congressional lead¬ 
er making a call for a fresh 
look at wage and price con¬ 
trols. But despite Friday’^s 


bleak report, the White 
House stood firm against 
mandatory controls. 

The increase, an annual 
rate of more than 18 per cent 
compared with 13.3 per cent 
for all of 1979, was partly due 
to another steep jump in fuel 
and housing costs. The price 
of gasoline rose 7.4 per cent 
to an average of $1.11 a U.S. 
gallon for all types. A U.S. 
gallon is about Hve-sixths of 
a Canadian gallon. 

“It is beginning to appear 


that the underlying rate of 
inflation is starting to ex¬ 
plode,” said Richard Rus¬ 
sell, director of the adminis- 
tration’s anti-inflation 
agency. 

Meanwhile, reacting to 
worsening inflation and the 
tighter money policies of the 
Federal Reserve Board, sev¬ 
eral major banks increased 
their prime lending rates, 
charged to corporate bor¬ 
rowers, to 16^4 per cent, a 
record. 


Divorced woman 
wins $1.1 million 

—Page 14 

Marines dump 
posing sergeant 

—Names in news, 18 

Herring fishermen 
face fresh snags 

—Page 28 


Bridge 
Business 
Classified 
Comics 
Crossword 
Editorials 
Entertainment 
Letters 5 

Living 26-23 

Marine Calendar 45 

Medical 22 

Names in the News 18 

Provincial Court 28 

Sports 16^13 


OTTAWA (CP) — A $37.5 
million plan to overhaul two 
West Coast destroyers was 
approved by the federal 
treasury board in early Feb¬ 
ruary, a defence department 
spokesman said Friday. 


The three-year program to 
improve HMCS Qu’Appolle 
and HMCS Gatineau was 
promised by Defence Minis¬ 
ter Allan McKinnon in Janu¬ 
ary during the election cam¬ 
paign and was approved in 
early February. 


Labor-NDP link paying off at polls 


VANCOUVER (CP) — Results indicate 
a 20-year-old partnership between the New 
Democratic Party and organized labor is 
paying off at the polls in B.C. 

The NDP’s four-seat gain in B.C. in 
Monday’s federal election has even 
prompted one labor leader to predict a 
party victory in the next provincial elec¬ 
tion. 

Jim Kinnaird, president of the B.C. 
Federation of Labor, is already anticipat¬ 
ing a provincial election victory over the 
Social Credit government. 


“No doubt if we went to the polls in this 
province immediately we’d sweep out the 
Socreds,” he said. “Our people will be 
involved because they have a special taste 
for provincial elections.” 

He acknowledges it could be three years 
before a B.C. election is called. He also 
realizes anything can happen between now 
and the election call — past provincial 
scandals like the dirty tricks letters could 
drop into oblivion. 

However, he says the Social Credit 


party still will hay;e “to work 20 hours a 
day to make themselves popular again.” 

In the last election, B.C. unions followed 
the European example. 

“We had a 96-per-cent participation 
rate by locals affiliated with the B.C. 
Federation,” says Art Kube, regional edu¬ 
cational director for the parent Canadian 
Labor Congress. 

Clay Perry, political organizer for the 
50,000-member International Wood¬ 
workers of America, says the only trade- 
union town in B.C. not represented in 


Parliament by an NDP member is Prince 
(Jeorge. 

Kinnaird says Prince George north into 
the Peace River country is where the 
NDP-trade union team will have to con¬ 
centrate efforts in the next provincial elec¬ 
tion. 

He says a way has to be found to 
counteract the “strange Alberta influence 
on the Peace River residents” of B.C. 

“The Tories and Socreds have strangle- 

Page 2—Partnership 


The program is designed 
to maintain the existing “op¬ 
erational capability” of the 
ships by replacing worn-out 
equipment and making other 
changes, the spokesman 
said. 

The work will be carried 
out at defence department 
repair facilities at Canadian 
Forces Base Esquimau, and 
at Vancouver shipyards, the 
spokesman said. 

The government is also 
considering life-extension 
programs for other vessels 
in the aging navy but that 
wfit have to wait for decision 
by the new Liberal cabinet, 
he said. 


































2 THE COLONIST, Sat., February 23, 1980 


Orr PAGE Om/WEATHER 


Shekels «««»y copp 


replace 
pounds 
in Israel 


JERUSALEM (AP) — Is¬ 
rael introduced the shekel 
Friday as Its new currency, 
wonh 10 times more than the 
Israeli pound, and an¬ 
nounced a major crackdown 
on tax evaders in an effort to 
bring runaway inflation 
under control. 

Finance Minister Yigal 
Hurvitz said after an emer¬ 
gency cabinet meeting that 
the Israeli pound, or lira, 
would be taken out of circu¬ 
lation over the next three 
idonths and replaced by the 
s^el, the unit of currency 
ified in biblical times. 

: Hurvitz also said wealthier 
Israelis would be ordered to 
(^lare the net worth of all 
their property in a move to 
expose untaxed income from 
What he called ‘*the parallel 
economy*’ which remains 
hidden from tax collectors. 

Each new shekel, com¬ 
prised of 100 agorot, will be 
worth 10 pounds. The pound, 
which floats against other 
currencies, is now worth 2.6 
U.S. cents. The Israeli pound 
Was equivalent to the British 
pound—now trading at about 
$2.30 U.S.—when it was es¬ 
tablished as the official cur¬ 
rency in 1948. 

The changeover is expect¬ 
ed to have little direct im¬ 
pact on inflation, which last 
year reached 111 per cent, 
but Hurvitz said the govern¬ 
ment wanted to inspire con¬ 
fidence in its currency. 






HOURS OF 8MEE( 
^ 0OREDav\ 
RELIEVED BY 
MOMENTS OF 
STARK TERROR 





Protests 


From I 


heard all Friday morning, 
said the reports, quoted by 
sources who declined to be 
identified. They said three 
persons were killed in the 
shooting. Three large street 
protests were reported to 
have been were staged in 
Kabul. 

A West German business¬ 
man returning to Bonn from 
Afghanistan on Friday said: 
“One hears gunfire in the 
streets of Kabul at night. The 
situation is rather unset¬ 
tled.” 

He said an Afghan busi¬ 
ness associate had warned 
him, “Friend, leave this 
place now. It will become 


Switch date 


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Senate is one way, but there 
are others.” 

Trudeau could appoint 
Liberal senators from the 
west as members of his cabi¬ 
net, a technique used by 
Prime Minister Clark in 
Quebec where he elected 
only two members last May. 

Since there are no vacant 
Senate seats in the west, 
Trudeau would have to per¬ 
suade sitting Senators to re¬ 
sign if he wished to appoint 
others to his government. 

Trudeau supposedly is also 
considering establishing a 
regional committee which 

would meet regularly with 
the government to put across 
the western viewpoint. 

The election of a Liberal 
government means two 
abrupt changes in federal 
policy: Trudeau can be ex¬ 
pected to play a more high 
profile role arguing the f^- 
eral cause in the Quebec 
referendum, an approach 


rejected by Clark, and new 
negotiations will have to 
begin with oil-and gas-pro¬ 
ducing provinces in the West 
on the pricing question. 

The Clark government had 
worked out a four-year pric¬ 
ing package calling for a 
$4-a-barrel increase this 
year and $4.50 for each of the 
next three years. Current 
price is $14.75. 

Trudeau has promised a 
price “considerably lower,” 
prompting a salvo from Al¬ 
berta Premier Peter Lough- 
eed earlier this week saying 
his province won’t accept 
any less. 

The new government also 
faces the persistent prob¬ 
lems of inflation, unemploy¬ 
ment and high interest 
rates. 

The Conservative govern¬ 
ment’s budget was defeated 
in the Commons and there 
remain a few small portions 
of the November, 1978, bud¬ 
get of former Liberal fi¬ 
nance minister Jean Chre¬ 
tien to be passed. 


Partnership paying off 


Friiiii l*a$ii;> 


says 


holds there that must be broken,” 
Kinnaird. 

The CLC was involved in the formation 
of the NDP out of the old Commonwealth 
Co-Operative Federation party in 1961. But 
labors* relations with the NDP was a 
rocky road. 

It soon was obvious that union members 
didn’t want to be told how to vote politic¬ 
ally. Now union organizers soft-pedal the 


Diesel probe stalks 
^runaway* Rabbits 


WASHINGTON (AP) — 
The National Highway Traf¬ 
fic Safety Administration 
announced Friday that it had 
launched an investigation of 
diesel-powered Volkswagen 
automobiles because of re¬ 
ports of runaway accelera¬ 
tion. 

The U.S. government 
agency warned owners of 
1977-1980 VW Rabbit and 
1979-1980 VW Dasher diesel 
models that a possible safety 
defect might exist, causing 


friie wecither 


Feb. 23,1980 

Sunny with increasing 
cloud in the evening. Winds 
fresh easterly. Friday’s pre¬ 
cipitation: iHl. Sunshine 9 
hours 18 minutes. Recorded 
high and low at Victoria air¬ 
port 10 and—1. Today’s fore¬ 
cast high and low 8 and 0. 
Today’s sunrise 7:08, sunset 
5:47. Moonrise 11:34 a.m., 
nHMHiset 1:54 a.m. Sunday 
outlook: occasional rain. 

East coast of Vancouver 
Island ~ Sunny with in¬ 
creasing cloud in the eve¬ 
ning. Winds fresh southeast¬ 
erly. Friday’s precipitation: 
nil. Record^ high and low at 
Nanaimo 10 and —2. Fore¬ 
cast high and low 8 and 0. 
Sunday outlook: occasional 
rain. 

West coast of Vancouver 
Island — Sunny with in¬ 
creasing cloud in the eve¬ 
ning. Winds fresh southeast¬ 
erly increasing to strong. 
Forecast high and low at To- 
fino 7 and 0. Sunday outlook: 
occasional rain. 

North coast of the Main¬ 


land — Sunny with increas¬ 
ing cloud in the evening. 
Winds gale force southeast¬ 
erly. Forecast high and low 
5, 0 inland and 1, —5 inland. 
Sunday outlook: occasional 
rain except snow inland. 

Extended outlook, Monday 
through Wednesday — 
C3iance of showers, mainly 
along the coast. Highs 8 to 12. 
Lows 0 to 3. 


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Williams Lake 
Kamloops 
Dawson City 
WhiteTtorsc 
Fort Nelson 
Fort St. John 
Peace River 
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Seattle 
Spokane 
Portland 
Los Angeles 
Phoenix 
Las Vegas 
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Miami 


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Halifax 

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Montreal 

Ottawa 

Toronto 

Thonder Bay 

North Bay 

Kenora 

Churchill 

The Pas 

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Regina 

Saskatoon 

Prince Albert 

North Batttaford 

Swift Currarrt 

Medicine Hat 

LathbridBe 

Calgary 

Edmonton 

Cranbrook 

Castleo^ 

Penhcfen 

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Vancouver 

Prince Rupert 

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the vehicle to accelerate un¬ 
controllably. 

It said more than 98,000 
1977-1979 vehicles might be 
affected by the investiga¬ 
tion, but it did not have an 
immediate estimate on the 
number of 1980 cars. 

'•Fortunately, no crashes 
or fatalities have been re¬ 
ported to our agency con¬ 
cerning the diesel model 
runaway acceleration pro^ 
lem,” agency administrator 
Joan Ciaybrook said. “But 


we have reports from about 
25 drivers who said they 
have experienced some 
frightening moments when 
their cars suddenly sped 
away.” 

The agency said It had evi¬ 
dence that there was an ex¬ 
cessive accumulation of en¬ 
gine lubrication oil in the air 
filter housing and that this 
provided an oversupply of 
combustible fuel in the in¬ 
take system. 


very dangerous.” He told 
Associated Press he had 
seen “many Russian con¬ 
voys” in Kabul. 

Other* foreigners were 
quoted as paying they saw 
Soviet troops and armored 
personnel carriers in the 
capital and deployed outside 
government buildings, in 
what one source called a 
“show of force.” The reports 
also said Soviet MiG-21 com¬ 
bat planes flew low over the 
city, buzzing rooftops. 

The U.S. state department 
said this week there are 
about 70,000 Soviet troops in¬ 
side Afghanistan and an¬ 
other 30,000 across the Soviet 
border. The Russians sent 
the troops in last December 
to help fight a Moslem rebel¬ 
lion against a string of Com¬ 
munist regimes. The current 
government, headed by 
President Babrak Karmal, 
was installed in a Soviet- 
backed coup Dec. 27. 

It was not until Thursday, 
however, that there were 
outbreaks of anti-Soviet dis¬ 
obedience in Kabul itself. 

One Western journalist 
was quoted as saying he saw 
2,000 persons waving green 
Islamic banners and shout¬ 
ing anti-Soviet slogans out¬ 
side the Kabul municipal 
building in the centre of the 
city. 

After dark Thursday, 
chanting could be heard 
throughout Kabul, “Allahu 
Akbar” (Allah is great) and 
“Death to the Russians,” the 
reports reaching New Delhi 
said. 

Radio Kabul warned Fri¬ 
day that any violators of the 
martial law would be im¬ 
mediately turned over to the 
military-revolutionary 
courts, the Tass dispatch 
from the Afghan capital 
said. The news agency said 
all residents of Kabul were 
ordered to surrender their 
weapons to police within 24 
hours, unless they have spe¬ 
cial authorization to carry 
them. 


political message by presenting members 
with a number of questions about election 
issues and letting members draw their 
own conclusions. 

The IWA is B.C.’s biggest union and 
probably is the most deeply involved in the 
political activities. 

The IWA sent an army of people into the 
field,” Kinnaird said. “The building trades 
had full-time people on the job.” 

The marriage is working out fine, Kin¬ 
naird says. 

“The fruit was always there. It just had 
to ripen.” 


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THE COLONIST, Sat., February 23, 1980 3 


Sun bringing 
California 
flood respite 

AtiocialMl Press 

The sun finally broke through in southehi Califor¬ 
nia on Friday to end a nine-day Pacific deluge that 
claimed at least 36 lives and caused damage estimat¬ 
ed at nearly $500 million. 

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many to find little left. 

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scended on entire neighborhoods when six successive 
storms eroded fire-denuded hillsides and breached levees 
holding back floodwaters. 

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the desert resort region of Palm Springs and author- 
, ilies said there was .some concern that melting snow in the 
mountains might cau.se more flooding. 

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main sewer severed by the flood was dumping 35 million 
gallons of raw sewage a day into the river and authorities 
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No quake damage was reported. 

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kilometres east of Los Angeles anti flooding from the 
Jacinto River forced the California highway patrol to 
close all but one lane of Interstate 15 near Perris. 

But the National Weather Service said clear skies 
should last for at least the next few days. 

/ 

Israel denies 
N-bomb blast 


TEL AVIV (AP) — Israeli 
Defence Minister Ezer Weiz- 
man on Friday denied a CBC 
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aided by South Africa, ex¬ 
ploded an atomic bomb. 

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j)ened,” Weizman .said in re¬ 
sponse to the CBS repi)rt lhat 
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device off the South African 
coast last September. The 
.South African government 
has also denied setting off 
such a bomb. 

The CBS report quoted 
“informed sources,” as well 
as an unpublished book writ¬ 
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SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador (UPI) — 
Five militants were shot and killed Fri¬ 
day in clashes with national guardsmen in 
San Salvador and the provincial city of 
Sonsonate, witnesses said. 

Witnesses said three militants of the 
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In another development, the right-wing 
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Three other male victims of El Salva¬ 
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the last three days, sources said. 

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Salvador street and the leftist Popular 
Liberation Movement said two men were 
shot and killed by guardsmen in Mirantilla, 
42 miles cast of the capital. . 


ists. Israel’s military censor 
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sor. 

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the southern hemisphere 
Sept. 22 was caused by a 
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Published every morning except Monday by 
The Colonist Publishers at 7621 Douglas 
Street. Victoria, B.C.. V8W 2N4, a dlylsion ot 
F.P.'Newspapers Ltd. Second class mall 
registration number 0S16. All undeiiyered 
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1980 


DON VIPOND 
ASSOCIATE EDITOR 


FRED BARNES 
MANAGING EDITOR 


COMMEKT/BACKGROUND 


SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1980 

Peace and quiet 
without the kids 


Do the people who live in condominiums 
discriminate when they pass bylaws exclud¬ 
ing families with children from their build¬ 
ing? Of course they do. And why not? 

Discrimination is a dirty word these days. 
It’s generally associated with racial discrimi¬ 
nation, which is indeed a nasty business. But 
we all discriminate when it comes to housing, 
if we can afford to. We prefer this neighbor¬ 
hood or that one, country or downtown. Is the 
principle all that different in the case of 
condominiums? 

At a time when Greater Victoria is ex¬ 
periencing a critical shortage of rental hous¬ 
ing, it’s tempting to attack anything which 
restricts access to any kind of housing. 
But plenty of older people are disturbed by the 
noise children frequently make. Perhaps 
they’ve raised a family and believe they’ve 
earned a break. For whatever reason, they 
would prefer to live where there are no chil¬ 
dren. (If children were given a choice, doubt-v 
less they’d also prefer not to have such people 
for neighbors.) 

As matters stand in this province, the 
people who own condominiums have the right 
in law to form their own strata councils and 
write bylaws governing the co-operative op¬ 
eration of their shared building. If a majority 
favors it, condominium owners can exclude 
families with children. 

Critics of this kind of discrimination note 
that age is no guarantee of good behavior. 
Quite true, of course. But it improves the 
chances of having compatible neighbors for 
people who don’t want to live near children. 
The critics are comparing apples with or¬ 
anges when they hold up the Insurance (^r- 
poration of B.C. as a good example because it 
is eliminating rating discrimination related 
to age, sex or geography. The cases are not at 
all comparable. ICBC operates an insurance 
monopoly. All drivers have to do business with 
it. On the other hand, condominium owners 
who would choose to live apart from children 
are simply exercising their preference in 
lifestyles, as we all do. 


Faith in his nose 

When they make planning decisions, 
elected representatives usually do so as de¬ 
tached, disinterested observers who will not 
be directly affected by those decisions. They 
may sympathise with residents opposed to the 
particular townhouse development, neighbor¬ 
hood pub or whatever, but if they don’t and 
vote the other way the outcome is equally 
academic because they, the elected ones, 
won’t have to live with the consequences on 
their doorstep. 

Metchosin’s representative on the Capital 
Region Board, Mac Tipton, provides a rare 
example to the contrary. The board is in the 
process of buying 12 acres of land in Metcho- 
sin — immediately adjacent to Mr. Tipton’s 
own property — where the sludge from septic 
tanks will be dumped and turned into usable 
compost. And he is enthusiastically in favor. 

If the process works as successfully as it 
has elsewhere, there should be no offensive 
odor. While their regional director has faith 
that it will, other area residents at the 
northerly end of Rocky Point road appear less 
convinced. Already a 200-name petition op¬ 
posed to the sludge-dumping has been pre¬ 
pared, and more opposition may be voiced 
when a special village meeting is called to 
discuss the matter next week. 

Regardless of the outcome, it’s hard to 
resist a certain sneaky admiration for the 
attitude of Mr. Tipton. In an era when 
people tend to support almost anything, pro¬ 
vided it’s not in their neighborhood, he’s 
prepared to put his money where his nose is. 
That’s an example not to be sniffed at. 


Our tax law jungle grows even thicker 


Canada’s income tax laws are a 
mess, written in incomprehensible 
language and changed more often than 
most people change their socks. Laws 
like our income tax laws which affect 
everyone, but are understood by very 
few people, pose a threat to our system 
of government. 

That system is based on respect for 
the law and the legislators who pass it. 
But it’s difficult to respect the law 
when you don’t know what it requires 
of you. And how can one be anything 
but cynical about politicians who pass 
such complex, unintelligible laws? 

At this time of year many of us 
think about income tax as we struggle 
through the annual ritual of filing our 
tax returns. We’ll be besieged with 
uncertainties. Do 1 have to report the 
interest from my bonds which I turned 
over to my ex-wife as part of the 
property settlement? Do I have to pay 
capital gains because 1 turned over my 
business to my son? Where do 1 fill in 
the information from my T5 which 
shows my 1979 investment income as 
82f of Actual Amount of Dividends, 
$1.23 as Taxable Amount of Eligible 
Dividends, 3le as Federal Dividend 
Tax Credit, $29.73 Eligible Interest 
from Canadian Sources and $2.49 of 
Eligible Capital Gains Dividends? 


Donald John Purich 


Canadians are increasingly turning 
to tax advisors to help solve such 
problems. Unfortunately, Canada’s 
tax advisors are equally frustrated by 
the complexity of our income tax legis- 
liition. 

The Canadian Tax Foundation, an 
independent tax research organiza¬ 
tion, said in a brief presented to the 
minister of finance in 1977: 

“Since passage of the tax reform 
legislation in 1971, the country has 
b^n witness to a succession of annual 
amendments unrivalled for complex¬ 
ity of statutory language. As sections 
are amended and reamended, the task 
involved in understanding fully the 
purpose and effect of further changes 
assumes significant proportions.’’ 

Writing in CA Magazine, a tax co¬ 
ordinator for a large accounting firm, 
Garry Duncan, pointed out, “Changes 
are introduced so rapidly that even the 
practitioner who spends all his or 
her time on tax has trouble digesting 
their meaning and implications before 
another parcel of alterations is hurled 
on the ever-increasing pile.” 

There are several problems with 


our tax laws. First, they are written in 
complex, unintelligible language. 

Example: ‘‘Where a taxpayer has 
disposed of any personal-use property 
of the taxpayer, for purposes of this 
subdivision 

(a) the adjusted cost base to him of 
the property immediately before the 
disposition shall be deemed to be the 
greater of $1,000 and the amount oth¬ 
erwise determined to be its adjusted 
cost base to him at that time; and 

(b) his proceeds of disposition of 
the property shall be deem^ to be the 
greater of $1,000 and his proceeds of 
disposition of the property otherwise 
determined. ” 

Any bets on what that’s supposed to 
mean? 

The Income Tax Aot is so complex 
Revenue Canada Issues Interpretation 
bulletins outlining what the depart¬ 
ment thinks the law is. These bulletins 
are intended for tax advisors, accoun¬ 
tants and lawyers. Its a sad day in¬ 
deed, when Revenue Canada has to 
write what amounts to almost another 
set of laws explaining what the first 
set means. 


A study showed that the 1977 budget 
proposed 95 changes to the Income 
Tax Act; the 1976 budget brought 75 
changes to the act; the 1974 budget 
proposed 146 changes to the act. 

The act is further complicated be¬ 
cause the government isn’t sure what 
the purpose of income tax legislation 
is. Presumably, income tax iaws are 
designed to gather revenue. Increas¬ 
ingly, however, the Income Tax Act is 
being used to implement social policy. 
In the last several years tax breaks 
have been included in the act to en¬ 
courage investment in Canadian films, 
oil and gas exploration, apartments 
and to encourage donations to political 
parties." The act has become more 
complex by including such changes. 
And one has to seriously question 
whether tax laws are indeed the most 
effective way of accomplishing social 
policy. 

Income tax affects every Cana¬ 
dian, yet very few Canadians under¬ 
stand our income tax laws and in par¬ 
ticular those provisions which affect 
them. There is growing public frustra¬ 
tion at the complexity of our in¬ 
come tax laws and the frequency with 
which they are changed. Does anyone 
wonder why there is talk about a 
taxpayers’ revolt? 



The burdens 
slowing China 

Neil Morgan 


Those genetic wonder boys 
are on their way to market 



l6nDON — Recombinant 
DNA may be only an incom¬ 
prehensible piece of jargon 
to you, but it’s already made 
millionaires — on paper any- 
way — of a few Ameri¬ 
can scientists. Investors in 
the U.S. have shown an al¬ 
most indecent eagerness to 
get aboard a new technology 
that some have compared in 
its potential .scope with elec¬ 
tronics. But since not a sin¬ 
gle product of the technology 
is yet on the market, there is 
ample time for the bubble to 
burst. 

The idea of recombinant 
DNA is to tinker with the 
genetic machinery of bacte¬ 
ria so as to persuade them to 
produce useful products. 
The starting point is the com¬ 
mon bacterium Escherichia 
Coli. The genetic material of 
E Coli, a loop of DNA, is 
removed and snipped in two 
with an enzyme. 

You then attach to one of 
the cut ends a piece of DNA 
of your own devising — 
either synthesized chemical¬ 
ly in the laboratory or isolat¬ 
ed from some biological sys¬ 
tem. The “recombined” 
DNA is then put back into the 
£ Coli and persuades it to 
produce whatever biological 
material is specified by the 
piece of DNA you spliced on. 

The technique caused huge 
excitement around the la¬ 
boratories when announced 
a few years ago, It also 
caused a little alarm, now 
largely dissipated, on the 
grounds that it might acci¬ 
dentally produce a danger¬ 
ous bacterium capable of 
creating global epidemics of 
untreatable disease. This 


Nigel Hawkcs 

The London Observer 

now .seems very unlikely, 
but, just in case, recombin¬ 
ant DNA work Is now done 
under official restrictions 
that specify the necessary 
degree of containment. 

Recombinant DNA went 
industrial a couple of years 
ago. I wrote then in. The 
Observer about Genentech, 
a company with two em¬ 
ployees and an empty ware¬ 
house in south San Francis¬ 
co. Today Genentech Is 
worth — on paper, again — 
$65 million. 

Half the stock is still 
owned by those two original 
employees, Herbert Boyer, a 
scientist and co-inventor of 
the recombinant DNA tech¬ 
nique, and Robert Swanson, 
a young entrepreneur. An¬ 
other company in the busi¬ 
ness, Cetus, located quite 
clo.se by in Berkeley, is reck¬ 
oned to be worth $100 mil¬ 
lion. 

Biogen, another small 
company started in 1978 and 
incorporated in Luxem¬ 
bourg, has made equally 
dramatic progress. The drug 
company Schering-Plough 
recently bought 16 per cent 
of Biogen’s stock for $8 mil¬ 
lion, which would appear to 
value the company at about 
$50 million. 

Clearly the men who con¬ 
trol risk capital believe that 
a lot of money is going to be 
made out of recombined 
DNA. The first product is 
likely to be insulin; Genen¬ 
tech have the technique for 
making it and are working 


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company Eli Lilly. The vice- 
president of research for 
Lilly, Irving Johnson, told 
the magazine Science that he 
expected the insulin — used 
every day by diabetics — 
could be on the market in a 
year or so, barring objec¬ 
tions from the Food and 
Drug Administration. 

Another product of huge 
potential importance is in¬ 
terferon, a substance pro¬ 
duced in the body to fight 
viruses. The drug companies 
Pfizer and Hoffman-La- 
Roche are hoping to produce 
interferon by recombinant 
DNA methods. Other possi¬ 
bilities include an anti-hepa¬ 
titis vaccine, human growth 
hormone and improved 
methods for producing anti¬ 
biotics. 

Outside the drug industry, 
recombinant DNA could find 
uses in the chemical and en¬ 
ergy industries. Cetus has 
devised ways of converting 
ethylene and propylene into 
their oxides and glycols by 
improved biological cata¬ 
lysts, a process that could 
replace an expensive chemi¬ 
cal engineering step. 

Similarly, Cetus is work¬ 
ing on ah improved yeast for 
converting sugar into alco¬ 
hol. Dupont, the giant chemi¬ 
cal company, is hiring some 
scientists to look at ways of 
applying genetic techniques 
to the production of such 
things as agricultural chemi¬ 
cals. 

Although Biogen is based 
in Europe, the heart of re¬ 
combinant DNA country is 
around San Francisco, the 
area which already has 
given the world the micro¬ 
chip. The technique was dis¬ 
covered by Boyer at the Uni¬ 
versity at San Francisco and 
Stanley Cohen of Stanford, 
at Palo Alto. 

If anybody has the patent, 
it will be Stanford, but the 
U.S. courts have yet to de¬ 
termine whether the idea is 
patentable. The patent office 
says that life forms — such 
as £ Coli bacteria with 
spliced, genes — are not pat¬ 
entable; the court of customs 
and patent appeals says they 
are, and the Supreme Court 
is going to make the final 
decision. 


The first flight in the Brit¬ 
ish Empire was made in a 
powered plane 71 years ago 
today — in 1909. 

The heavier-than-air-ma- 
chine, the Silver Dart, was 
piloted by John McCurdy, of 
Baddeck, N.S. It flew a dis¬ 
tance of about one kilometre 
over Baddeck Bay, at an alti¬ 
tude of eight metres. 

1830—Mexican troops, led 
by Gen. Santa Anna, at¬ 
tacked the Alamo in Texas. 

1912 -^^iaurice Tatubeau, 
the French aviator, flew 82 
kilometres in a record two 
hours. 

1918 — The Red Army was 
created in Russia. 

1938 — Chinese planes 
bombed Formosa, which 
was under Japanese con¬ 
trol. 

1953 More than 14,000 
British Second World War 
deserters were granted am¬ 
nesty by the British govern¬ 
ment. 


LIENYUNKANG — At a 
quarry in cliffs above this 
small central China seaport, 
an old man and his wife 
lifted chunks of granite to a 
pallet. 

Slowly, they eased their - 
shoulders under opposite 
ends of a pole to lift the 
pallet. With face and neck 
muscles contorted, they, 
began the long climb to a rail 
car at the top of the quarry. 

They sang gently back and 
forth to each other. It was 
antiphonal: a line or two at a 
time, alternating with the 
other’s heavy breathing, 
until they reached the top 
and dumped their load. 

The memory says more of 
China than any visit to farm 
or factory. Centuries of ex¬ 
ploitation and oppressive 
government have not des¬ 
troyed the Chinese will to 
survive. 

But ignorance, bumbling 
and graft pervade. Industry 
and agriculture remain 
primitive. There is famine in 
Western areas. About 80 per 
cent of the gross national 
product goes to feed them¬ 
selves, compared with 10 to 
15 per cent in North Ameri¬ 
ca. They seek trade and tour¬ 
ism to boost income avail¬ 
able for modernization. 

Yet with the foreign influx, 
especially in Canton and 
Shanghai, come youth re¬ 
volts, lawlessness, unem¬ 
ployment and a craze for 
cassettes, recorders, movies 
and TV. 

Scandal grazes the 
mighty. A folk hero to the 
young is 25-year-old Zhang 
Longquan, who masquerad¬ 
ed for months of high living 
as the son of Li Da, deputy 
chief of the army general 
staff, deluged by favors of 
cars, women and wine from 
party supplicants. 

Imprisoned now, he has 
made the point that all knew: 
Members of the ruling Com¬ 
munist Party, probably 
more than one per cent of the 
Chinese billion, live in a dif¬ 
ferent China from the $40-a 


month commune workers. 

In striving to keep workers 
on farms, China’s rulers in¬ 
vade every peasant hut by 
loudspeaker, bringing work¬ 
ers out of bed at dawn with 
exhortations to exceed work 
quotas, with instructions for 
staying well, killing pests 
and keeping families small. 

At Jiang ge Zhuang we 
visited a 15-room compound 
of whitewashed stucco and 
thatch where about 15 farm 
families live. In one unit we 
saw a radio. But the loud¬ 
speaker on the compound 
wall linked everyone upward 
through the bureaucracy to 
the Politburo in Peking. 

For workers who excel, 
modest rewards await. In 
cities, theatres seating 15,- 
000 persons open at 6 a.m. to 
help clear streets of drifters 
and a few Western movies 
are appearing. “Our own 
movies are getting better,” 
an uncowed Chinese told me 
in Tientsin. “We are learn¬ 
ing at least to make them 
look like they’re entertain¬ 
ing.” 

The most exuberant 
crowds are at circuses and 
acrobatic shows. One night 
in Yenlai’s circular, 8,000- 
seat arena, a road company 
of the Shanghai Circus drew 
Waves of laughter. 

The loudest applau.se went 
to a panda pushing a baby 
carriage and to a shoeshino 
boy who outwitted a cop try¬ 
ing to chase him from his 
sidewalk station. 

With the lights down, I sat 
on the cold concrete and let 
myself merge with the thou¬ 
sands in their baggy cotton 
pants and jackets. 

Their concentration was 
Intense. I felt a warm trickle 
on my back and looked 
around to see a father help¬ 
ing a child separate the con¬ 
venience slit that is in the 
crotch of all Chinese chil¬ 
dren’s clothing. 

Neither of them had 
moved from their seats or 
taken their eyes from the 
magician on stage. 

Coplev News Service 


The mayor as arbiter 


Montreal Gazette 


The welcome news that Montreal 
will have Its own opera company 
starting this fall has been soui^ a 
little by the apparent spitefulness of 
the host city’s mayor, Jean Drapeau. 

The first season of the new com¬ 
pany, the Opera de Montreal, will be 
subsidized by about $1.3 million in 
grants from the Canada Council and 
the provincial government. But from 
the City of Montreal, it appears there 
will be nothing. 

This Is specially strange in a city 
whose chief magistrate is well known 
as an opera lover. But it becomes 
downright silly In view of what seems 
to lie behind the mayor’s snit. 

The best explanation for his lack of 
interest in having Montreal contribute 
to the Opera de Montreal is that the 
company is not wholly Mr. Drapeau’s 
baby. The moving force behind it is the 
Quebec cultural affairs department, 
supported by the federal government. 
Denied a starring role, Mr. Drapeau 
has decided the city should accept no 
direct role at all. For sheer pettiness, 
it’s a performance hard to beat. 

This is not the first time Mayor 
Drapeau has intervened as artistic 
arbiter for the city. In 1976, he orden‘d 


the destruction of Corridart, intended 
as Montreal’s main cultural contribu¬ 
tion to the Olympic Games. He also 
blocked recommendations by the Arts 
Council of Greater Montreal that the 
city contribute to the Opera du Quebec 
which, until it was disbanded in 1975 
because of rising deficits, mounted 
better than half its productions in this 
city. 

Fortunately, federal and provincial 
generosity Is at hand for the Opera de 
Montreal, and the show will go on. 

Opera is an extraordinar>' hybrid of 
individual and choral singing, orches¬ 
tral music, drama, and theatrical de¬ 
sign, and the necessary magnificence 
of its productions ensures that it does 
not make profits. Yet the serious per¬ 
forming arts rarely do, and we readily 
accept that governments should con¬ 
tribute to fostering the cultural life of 
a society. 

Mayor Dra^au, who often pro¬ 
fesses to beltfve in the virtues of 
beauty and the arts, too often has 
defined beauty according to standards 
his eye alone* beholds. He should con¬ 
sider heeding the recommendations of 
the Arts Council on ooera. Better a 
mayor as genuine patron than as cen¬ 
sor. 













































LETTERS 


\ 


THE COLONIST, Sat., February 23, 1980 5 


$100 million False Creek 
plan ignores sick and dying 


Punch 


The recent announcement 
by Premier Bennett that he 
intends to procetMl with B.C. 
Place in Vancouver’s False 
Crt‘ek for the >t<M>d round 
figure of $100 million Is a 
provincial disgrace. 

Stop and consider the hos¬ 
pital situation in the prov¬ 
ince where. In Victoria 
alone, according to pub¬ 
lished reports, there exists a 
w aiting list of some 1,200 de- 
ser\ing and prospc^ctive pa¬ 
tients, many of whom are in 
certified need of surgery. 

What is more Important 
than human lives? Votes? Do 
we need a million-dollar 
sports stadium so that a few 
dozen $50,000-a-year athletes 
can romp around, benefit- 
ting a single place in the 
province when hundreds of 
adults and children are in 
critical need of medical at¬ 
tention? How utterly callous 
and selfish can politiciaos 
be? 

And what is bt'ing done 
about formulating legally 
acceptable pimalties for the 
oil spills on the B.C. coast 
w hich will happim as sure as 
the sun will rise tomorrow? 
It is only a case of when they 



Bennett....'proinotes disgrace' 


will happen and how exten¬ 
sive they will be, occurring 
most commonly in stormy 
weather when clean-up will 
be most difficult, if it can 
even be attempted until the 
storm subsides. This is the 
time environmentalists will 
really have something to 
protest. 

And how much longer is 
the capital city of B.C. going 
to continue to spew its 
human filth into the Straits 
of Juan de Fuca? Treatment 
plants can and do take care 
of sewage which can be pro¬ 
cessed and sold reasonably 
as odorless garden fertilizer. 
This is common knowledge. 
Certainly it costs money but 
It is feasible and the civilized 
way to treat sewage. After 
all, this is 198 0 not 1900. 

These'Jhnree-m^ajor needs 
are of the highesTb^ority for 
the residents of the^rovince 
and their capital. They merit 
the immediate attention of 
thinking legislators because 
they will affect the lives and 
well-being of British Colum¬ 
bians for generations to 
come. 

JIM CURTIS, 

R.R.l,Comox 


A plea for Mother Cecilia 

The painful reminder 


Just when some of us Christians 
begin to feel thankful that we are 
alive in an era when the church looks 
more like the flock of Christ than it 
ever did in its long history since God 
walked this earth, we Sre rt*minded 
of the infamous (and continuing) 
local practice of man’s inhumanity 
even to nuns, as your story' about 
the Good Shepherd Shelter XSunday 
Colonist, Feb. 10) brings painfully to 
mind. 

Why is it that those who preach 
charity the loudest and with so much 
power and prestige (I won’t say “au¬ 
thority," which depends on the spir¬ 
it), practise no charity whatsoever in 


dealing so brutally with Mother Oci- 
lia and her nuns? 

If the shelter receives no church 
aid, who is reponsible for that? The 
same Catholic diocesan spokesper¬ 
son who told the Qolonist all about 
these sisters’ affiliation (or lack of 
it) could also have told how much the 
Roman Catholic Diocese profited 
from the sale of real estate at Col- 
wood when the community Mother 
Cecilia founded finally disintegrated 
under pressure. 

To’Thiy knowledge, the Good Shep¬ 
herd Shelter is the only tangible, 
working entity left, and Mother Ceci¬ 
lia and Sister Julia the sole remain¬ 
ing members of a once proud, pros- 


Cat shelter conditions ‘deplorable’ 


In reference to Stephen 
Hume's story about the 
Good Shepherd Shelter, we 
would like to take this op¬ 
portunity to urge that 
something be done about 
the deplorable conditions 
that we saw a few months 
ago when we visited this 
shelter. 

We have no doubt that the 
Sisters’ original intentions 
were good and that only a 
lack of money has caused 
these dreadful conditions. 
However that may be, it 
must be stopped. 

We were appalled to see 
the number of cats in the 
“long house" with no heat, 
light or comfort of any 
kind. When we entered, it 
was suggestive of a Hitch¬ 
cock horror movie, with 
cats tearing toward us, 
howling and crying with 


what could be interpreted 
only as a desperate desire 
for relea.se. 

The picture of the Sister 
shown with only a few cats 
eating or walking about is 


grossly misleading. We 
were in that room also and 
quite taken by the apparent 
contentment of the ani¬ 
mals. They had light, 
warmth and containers in 


Hurry inspection 

If conditions at the Good Shepherd Shelter in Cobble 
Hill are even half as bad as reported by the Colonist they 
Should be a matter of immediate concern to all who pro¬ 
fess interest in animal welfare. 

It is heartening to learn that the SPCA will inspect 
the shelter but it is hoped that the visit will be carried 
out promptly. To delay will only give those now in 
charge of the operation opportunity to tidy up their 
mess and render any inspection report worthless. 

D. H. MITCHELL 
161C Robertson St., 
Victoria. 


Support offered for library friends 


porous and flourishing religious 
body. 

1 suggest that the Catholic chan¬ 
cery use the funds it took from the 
sale of Priory property to bail out 
and revitalize the shelter. 

Should the power(s) that be hard¬ 
en their hearts and exercise their 
veto once again (shame!), then indi¬ 
vidual Catholics on Vancouver Island 
ought to feel duty-bound to support 
our sisters, in reparation for our 
leader having fallen so far from the 
Christian ideal. 

R.B.D. TERRY, 
1180 Colville Rd., 
Victoria. 


which to sleep, whereas the 
great majority had noth¬ 
ing. 

We can quite well believe 
Eleanor Friesen’s remarks 
that she used to wake up 
screaming. We were there 
for only about half an hour 
last fall and have felt de¬ 
pressed ever since and 
often speak of those pitiful 
little animals. As for Mr. 
Heald stating the animals 
are not abused—what does 
he call abuse? We are not 
suggesting that they are 
kicked or beaten but 
abused they most certainly 
are, by lack of everything a 
cat wants: warmth, dry 
conditions and human love 
and attention. 

EILEEN GOODACRE, 
MURIEL GUNNARSEN, 
246 Coronation Ave., 
Duncan. 


1 have recently become as¬ 
sociated with the Friends of 
the Greater Victoria Public 
Library and would like to 
expand on the objectives of 
this group which has been 
formed to promote the po¬ 
tential facilities when they 
move to their new gilding 
on Courtney Street, f 

All the work anA effort 
expended on this newTacillty 
is deserving of the suppqiH of 
every household in the Vic¬ 
toria area. 

It is of the utmost impor¬ 
tance that parents guide and 
advise their children of the 
enormous educational ad¬ 
vantages that can be ob¬ 


tained for furthering their 
education. Membership of 
parents and children fosters 
an esprit de corps which 
enhances the family circle. 

The present staff at the 
library is a dedicated group 
whose main interest is to 
serve the members. 


Volunteer groups of 
friends in every city in Can¬ 
ada are furthering the ad¬ 
vantages of membership 
and Victoria is well in the 
forefront. We want to im¬ 
press on families that our 
library is kept up:to-datc in 
all phases of human endeav- 


Use of ‘vicious’ chemical 1080 
on wolves difficult to believe 


The Colonist wel¬ 
comes letters from 
readers. Please limit 
them to 200 words, sign 
them, include your ad¬ 
dress and a phone 
number where you can 
be reached during the 
day. Letters may be 
edited. Name and ad¬ 
dress of writers will be 
published with letters 
used. 


I find it hard to believe that in spite of 
Its bad publicity the use of 1080 is not only 
still accepted but is actually gaining mo¬ 
mentum as a method for dealing with the 
so-called “wolf problem." Hard to believe 
but ea.sy to understand. 

There are simply not enough people 
speaking out against the use of a cruel 
toxic poision that causes a slow, painful 
death to that animal which falls prey to 
it. 

F. S. Tompa (carnivore management, 
fish and wildlife branch) in his letter 
Feb. 12 would have us believe that the trap 
directed against the large predator has a 
dose of 1080 enough to kill it but will have 
no effect on smallei'furbearers. In that 
case let him give some to his cat, just to see 
what happens. 

He says also that “1080 is the most 
effective poison for control of problem 


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American merci 
equally welcome 
for this writer 


7:30 outside the Garrick—yon can't miss him, he'll be 
the one with stilts. 


Rental agencies 
short on heart 

The problem with the rental agencies has be¬ 
come worse. It is disgusting the way Rentex, Home- 
hunters, Cheetah and those of their kind are taking 
advantage of our neighbors by utilizing their disad¬ 
vantage (poor housing). 

A good example is single mothers who may or 
may not be working, or depend on assistance from 
welfare. Human resources does not pay for such 
extras as rent finding fees for clients. Women in this 
situation should not be expected to pay for vital 
information they may desperately need, especially 
where there are children involved. 

Then to top off the discouragement, most if not all 
of the other ads do not accept children. It makes me 
wonder if the people of our community care. These 
rental agencies are a part of our community, aren’t 
they? 

Has our society become so blind that business and 
money come before human concern? Single moth¬ 
ers certainly deserve more dignity than they are 
dished out. 

P. A. Cousineau, 
214 (jovemment St., 
Victoria. 


Apropos the letter from 
E.B. Sutcliffe (Feb. 15) in 
which the writer expre.sses 
up.set with the “Merci Can¬ 
ada" messages by Amcri 
cans, following the escape of 
U.S. embassy staff from 
Iran: 

First, the use of “merci", 
the writer maintains, is “an 
insult to all English-speak¬ 
ing Canadians.” Let me (an 
English-speaking Canadiai() 
assure him he need not feel 
he must defend my honor. I 
for one can find nothing of¬ 
fensive in the Americans’ 
open-minded, considerate, 
bilingual acknowledge¬ 
ments. 

Second, “Was it only 
French Canadians who 
helped in the escape .. .?” 
he asks, inferring that Eng¬ 
lish Canadian actions in the 
incident have not been ade¬ 
quately appreciated. Again 
let me assure the writer— 
whose logic seems slightly 
askew with pretentious in¬ 
dignation—that in the final 
tally the number of “Thank- 
yous,” is likely to far ou¬ 


tweigh the “mercis.” Rest 
easy: we English Canadians 
are not about to bt* excluded 
from the head table. 

Finally, among the many 
gestures of gratitude being 
displayed by the Americans, 
1 think it unfortunate that 
their apparent savoir faire 
and finesse have been inter¬ 
preted by the writer as faux 
pas. He suggests, by way of 
explanation for this and 
other contretemps, that-we 
be suspicious of our federal 
propagandists. It is they, 
after all, who have created 
the illusion of Canada as a 
French-speaking country. In 
respon.se to this may I say: 
even presuming for the mo 
ment that .some Americans 
have indeed become the in- 
noeeqt victims of Ottawa 
propajjanda, I feel some¬ 
what reassured that there 
are still some Canadians 
who—like the writer—are 
sure to remain safe from 
such fate. 

G. MONTGOMERY, 

1741 McKenzie Ave., 
Victoria. 


Ambassador’s broken 
English embarrassing 

I agree wholeheartedly with the comments and sen¬ 
timents of Mr. Stewart in his Feb. 15 letter to the Colonist 
regarding ‘Merci Canada.’ 

My wife and I also noticed the^ame thing in the TV 
newscasts. We were really eml^rrassed and ashamed 
of the broken English of the Canadian ambassador in 
Washington. No wonder people outside Canada think that w e 
are a French-speaking country. 

1 firmly believe that to hold a so-called bilingual 
government position in Canada, the incumbent mu.st first of 
all be a Frenchman and, if possible, speak some English. 

R. E. URQUHART, 
R.R. No. 1, 
Nanoose Bay. 


or and it’s all free, to all 
citizens who join and regis¬ 
ter. 

There is an untold world of 
knowledge at your fingertips 
for an annual $2 fee. 

ARTHUR DUTTON, 
2355 Richmond Rd., 
Victoria. 


wolves and coyotes.’’ I would like to 
reaffirm here that the “problem” is not 
the fault of the victimized wolf but of 
man and his domestication encroaching on 
wildlife’s natural habitat. 

Mr. Tompa would, in effect, have the 
general public butt out and let his organi¬ 
zation get on with the business as they are 
the ones with the knowledge and familiar¬ 
ity of B.C.’s wildlife to best see to it that 
the job is done efficiently. He obviously 
knows but apparently doesn’t care that 
1080 causes violent, convulsive seizures, 
yelping, vomiting and a prolonged, violent 
death. 

1080 has been banned from use in the 
U.S.A. Why is it still allowed here? There 
has to be a better way. 

LES FRATER, 
414B Craigflower Rd., 
Victoria. 



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. Helen Chesnut’s »« -s*:*^***.*™ 

Garden Notes 



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If you have experienced any success at 
all with African violets, it is likely you 
will do well with another exotic bloom¬ 
ing plant, the gloximia, since their re¬ 
quirements are quite similar. 

Like the African violet, the gloxinia 
is a low growing, spreading plant with 
rather furry leaves. The gloxinia, 
however, is grown from a tuber and 
has large, showy, bell-shaped flowers 
in many different colors. Even out of 
bloom, both plants have those large 
velvety leaves that are so attractive. 

Gloxinia tubers are usually started 
in February or March. The pot size 
depends on the size of the tuber; for a 
tuber about two inches in diameter, 
use a four-inch pot, and so on so that 
the pot is just large enough to hold the 
tuber. 

The soil should be light and hu- 
musy, with sand and some coarse ma¬ 
terial at the bottom to ensure perfect 
drainage which the gloxinia requires. 
Of course, the soil must be sterilized 
and a small spoonful of bonemeal may 
be added to each pot of soil, well mixed 
in. 

Plant the tuber in the pot so the top 
of the tuber just shows above the soil. 
Set them to begin with out of the sun at 
about 21 degrees. At this point, when 
they are first planted, water them just 
enough to keep the soil sli^tly moist. 
Then, as growth develops, increase the 
water and when they are in full growth 


Melvin 

Maddocks 


and blooming, water whenever the soil 
surface starts to feel dry, and then 
water very thoroughly. 

The conditions that will bring the 
gloxinia into bloom are very similar to 
the conditions required by African vio¬ 
lets as 1 observed at the outset. To 
achieve fullness, good color and plenti¬ 
ful, large blooms, place your gloxinias 
in good light, like an east or west 
window or a south window lightly 
screened. They’ll do well under fluo¬ 
rescent lights, placed about eight 
inches below the tubes until they have 
begun to bloom. 

Avoid placing your plants in a place 
where the temperature at night could 
fall below 15 degrees. Keep the plants 
out of drafts and avoid sudden ex¬ 
tremes of temperature. A moist atmo¬ 
sphere helps the plant develop a habit 
of ample blooming. 

Spray-mist your gloxinias daily if 
possible and set the pots on damp peb¬ 
bles. A too di'y atmosphere can cause 
buds to turn brown and dry up without 
opening into bloom. 

Once your gloxinias are in full 
growth, feed them with a complete 
balanced fertilizer every couple of 
weeks. 

After they have flowered, the glox¬ 
inia’s leaves usually begin to die down 
and at this sign or once the blooming is 
finished gradually reduce water until 
the plants dry off completely. Then 


store the tubers in their pots in a cool, 
dark spot for two to three months. 
However, should new growth start to 
appear sooner, then bring it out of 
storage right away, as soon as the new 
leaves show up. 

When you do start the tuber up 
again, merely scrape off the top inch 
of soil and replace it with fresh soil 
When a gloxinia tuber starts to sprout, 
try to be strong and nip off all but one 
shoot. This will ensure a stronger plant 
and better bloom. 

If by chance your gloxinia has not 
bloomed by the warm weather of sum¬ 
mer, set it outdoors in light shade to 
bloom. 

Should you wish to develop more 
like plants remove medium-sized 
leaves with a bit of stem and stick 
them In sandy sterilized potting soil to 
deveop tubers and eventually new 
plants 

Another way to develop new plants 
is to watch as your rested tubers start 
to sprout and cut the tubers with a 
sharp knife, then planting the separat¬ 
ed sprouts after dusting the cut sur¬ 
faces with sulphur. 

Yet another way is to ask the Eas¬ 
ter bunny to bring you a gloxinia in¬ 
stead of a box of chocolates which 
would only disappear in hours, leaving 
nothing behind but a weight prob¬ 
lem! 


Balance is not exactly the 
word to describe the 80s so 
far. As a lot of culture- 
watchers have noted, per¬ 
haps prematurely, we seem 
to be in danger of reverting 
to those Tarzan swings to¬ 
ward extremes characteris¬ 
tic of the 60s. 

But then, balance always 
has been a fragile virtue, 
more admired as a physical 
triumph of acrobats, figure 
skaters and tight rope walk¬ 
ers than as a mental and 
moral discipline of artists, 
philosophers or even politi¬ 
cians. 

Nobody ever shouted 
“Bravo!” for a middle C. 

When Aristotelians tried to 
make balance glamorous, 
they called it the golden 
mean. But few in the audi¬ 
ence were fooled. Presum¬ 
ably mostr'people^even then, 
knew that gold itself was 
immoderate. 

Balance sounds so cool, so 
premeditated. Give us a lit¬ 
tle passion, a little enthusi¬ 
asm, we yawn, failing to 
realize that balance, by defi¬ 
nition, would give us all the 
passion and enthusiasm that 
are good for us-and not a 
drop more. 

We are so afraid of ap¬ 
pearing moderate (read, 
“dull”) that we become 
hypocrites instead. For 
whether we acknowledge the 
fact or not, most of our life is 


Arthur 

Hoppe 


I have checked the files. Over the 
years, I have written 32 columns at¬ 
tacking the draft. This will be the 33rd. 
It will be the hardest. 

I hate the draft. I have attacked it as 
illegal, 

immoral, irrational and the ultimate 
abrogation of the social contract be¬ 
tween the state and the individual. 
Sentencing masses of citizens to years 
of life-threatening labor solely be¬ 
cause they are young and healthy 
seems to me the worst kind of involun¬ 
tary servitude. 

Some causes may be worth risking 
one’s life for. Individual freedom, for 
example. 

Each individual should be free to 
judge the worthiness of the cause. But 
surely, when old men decide a cause 
is worth dying for and then force 
young men who disagree to go out to 
die for it, this isr the epitome of hypoc¬ 
risy. 

1 have said these things over and 
over again in every manner I could. I 
have said them from the sanctuary of 
my typewriter. The draft has never 
directly affected me or mine. And I 


spent trying to find one gol¬ 
den mean after another. And 
how difficult that centreing 
process is! 

A couple of trivial exam¬ 
ples; 

As motorists we devote 
half our winters to groping in 
search of the dial-twiddling 
balance for heating our au¬ 
tomobiles. One moment the 
car is too cold. The ankles 
freeze, the fingers stiffen in 
a congealed curve around 
the steering wheel. The next 
moment the brow beads, the 
armpits glow. It’s too hot. 
Where was the interval of 
just-right? How do you lo¬ 
cate it without getting too 
cold again and repeating the 
whole cycle? 

The same thing happens in 
the shower, between a red 
parboiling and the blue 
goose-pimple. And who has 
solved the sleeper’s predica¬ 
ment? One blanket—like a 
refrigerator. Two blan¬ 
kets—like an oven. 

Then there is the perfec¬ 
tionist palate, craving a 
lemon meringue pie ba¬ 
lanced between too tart and 
too sweet, yearning for the 
egg neither too soft nor too 
hart. And where, oh where— 
for all our hyphenated in¬ 
structions—is the steak just 
slighty medium-rare? 

Sound is another depart¬ 


ment where the golden mean 
remains an ideal more often 
than an actuality. All door¬ 
bells, automobile horns and 
alarm clocks share this in 
common: They either are 
loud enough to be annoying 
or so quiet they fail to do the 
job. 

But enough trivia. In the 
interests of balance, we 
must move onto matters 
really worth balancing. 
Aristotle defined happiness 
as the ultimate golden mean. 
How do we do there? 

More excess! We speak of 
being “high” more often 
than “happy.” We are, it 
seems, “manic”—when, of 
course, we are not “depress¬ 
ive,” with no stops between. 
We have a dozen synonyms 
for “exciting,” but the most 
popular use of the word 
“tranquil” involves a pill. 

The lovely words that used 
to dance gently, without 
frenzy, in the calmer neigh- 
borh(^s of happiness now 
sound archaic, like “se¬ 
rene.” Or “light-hearted.” 
Here is a grace-filled word, 
with none of the desperation 
to it that characterizes many 
of the latter-day words 
clutching after happiness. 

To be lightheartrt does not 
mean to be carefree—ob¬ 
viously happy. Nobody saw 
more darkness than Shake¬ 
speare. But nobody could be 


more lighthearted either— 
more in step with twelfth 
nights and midsummer 
dreams. 

To be lighthearted is to see 
the evidence, and, for the 
moment at least, to tran¬ 
scend it in favor of another 
kind of evidence. Out of 
bravery or innocence or 
sheer silly exuberance, the 
clowns, the kings and the 
cobblers and tinkers^find 
within themselves the irre¬ 
sistible reasons to cele¬ 
brate—in spite of every¬ 
thing. 

Our moods today seldom 
are light—seldom the sort of 
thing you balance on a pirou¬ 
ette. “Serene” just doesn’t 
pump the adrenalin. We au 
thenticate ourselves, we like 
to say, ooly at the boiling 
point. We rage after justice. 
We even rage after happi 
ness. We are forever on the 
verge of violence—or total 
apathy. We threaten to be 
come the stuff orgies, riots 
and wars are made of. 

Can we develope again a 
taste for balance in more 
than our stereo systems? An 
appetite for the lightheart 
ed, the serene and the har 
monious rather than ail that 
Sturm und Drang. In short, a 
preference for good Mozart 
rather than bad Wagner. It is 
one way to put the predica¬ 
ment of the 80s. 


suppose I have taken some secret 
pride in what I considered the no¬ 
bility of my stance. Now the chickens 
have come home to roost. 

When I read recently that President 
Carter had asked that all young people 
bom in 1960, 1961 and 1962 be made 
to register for the draft, something 
within me stopped for a moment. 

A young girl I love very much was 
bom in 1962. It is not that I fear she 
will register for the draft. It is that I 
fear she won’t. 

★ ★ ★ 

In my eyes, she is an exceptional 
child. In my admittedly biased view, 
she is beautiful, intelligent, co-op¬ 
erative, highly principled, funny and 
very much alive. 

But she is also, like many of her 
generation, anti-establishment. And I 
know she shares my loathing for the 
draft. 

If and when the time comes that she 
must choose between registering for 
the draft or going to jail, I hon¬ 
estly don’t know which she will do. It is 
a hell of a choice. 

Maybe she will see this registration 


business as I do—a political ploy by 
the president, a flexing of the muscles 
to cow the Russian^, a step toward 
what used to be called “mobilization," 
a macho gesture to impress the voters 
here at home. 

If so, perhaps she will feel that 
merely signing a piece of paper in u 
post office is not a matter worth going 
to jail over. God knows I don’t want 
this young girl to go to jail. 

Or maybe . . . But I don’t want to 
think about that. The choice, of course, 
will be hers. Whatever she decides, 

I will be proud of her. I will be proud 
either of her wisdom or her courage. 
But it is a hell of a choice. 

★ ★ ★ 

How easy it has been all these years 
to sit behind this typewriter and make 
these noble intellectual decisions. And 
how terribly difficult it becomes when 
they concern one whom you love. 

And ^ow bitterly angry I am at 
Carter and those other old men in 
Washington who would even consider, 
forcing such a choice on this young 
girl. How callous. How thoughtless. 
How cruel. 


James Bacon’s 

Hollywood 


HOLLYWOOD — Henry 
Rodgers, the public relations 
tycoon, makes an explosive 
revelation in his memoirs. 
Walkings Tightrope. 

’ It helps explain Frank Sin¬ 
atra's running battle with 
the press. 

Henry says that, in 1961, 
The New York Daily News 
ran a damaging article that 
said Frank Sinatra was 
drunk in the reviewing stand 


at the inauguration of presi¬ 
dent John F. Kennedy. 

Sinatra, a Rodgers client 
at the time, was furious—be¬ 
cause he watched the in¬ 
auguration in his hotel suite 
on television with 12 other 
people. 

Rodgers called the city 
desk of the News and asked 
for a retraction. According 
to Rodgers, this is what he 
was told by the News desk; 


“We don’t like Sinatra 
here at the News. We took 
care of him today. Let him 
sue all he wants and see 
where It will get him.” 

(Hey, Henry—you may 
have trouble planting News 
writer Liz Smith’s column.) 

Angie Dickinson and Mar- 
joe Everett dropped me off 
at the Bistro the other night 
for a party honoring New 


York banker Mary Roe- 
biing. 

Everybody showed up but 
Mary. Her plane was late in 
arriving, but everybody else 
had a good time. Richard 
Gully was host. Found out 
that Edie Adams owns a 
ranch near Bakersfield. 
That’s a long way from 
Ernie Kovac.«‘ wine cellar in 
Coldwater Canyon . 


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Amalta 

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135 

135 


AmChrom 2300 

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280 

280 

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AquariiK 

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375 

365 

370 

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Ashiu 

2200 

325 

300 

325 

♦ 30 

Baretta 

2900 

380 

370 

380 


Barons 

40700 

260 

248 

2A0 

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Bearcat Ex 7500 

700 

675 

700 

Bearcat wt 4050 

305 

285 

305 

♦ 25 

Bonn 

1800 

280 

275 

275 

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Cairns 

2000 

ilO 

10 

10 


Cal West 

4400 

45 

45 

45 

♦ 1 

Cdn Aran 

350 

130 

130 

130 

t-5 

Camel 

5740 

700 

675 

675 

537'/2 

-25 

Cdn Bashaw 1825 

550 

525 

♦ 37 

Cimmaron 11675 

525 

500 

500 

-12 

Cinnabar 

3000 

94 

88 

88 

—7 

Clearporl 

14300 

360 

345 

350 

-10 

Concept 

19000 

687'/^ 650 

650 

♦ 25 

Cuttus 

333700 

97 

82 

92 

♦ 10 

Oalco 

17)00 

tIO'. 

. 10 

10 

— '4 


Dixie 

3500 

45 

42 

42 


Omega 

16800 

ISO 

837'/j 837'/j 


Duke 

15000- 

75 

75 

75 


Onyx 

1000 

625 

625 

625 

-50 

Flag 

7100 

400* 

380 

400 

♦ 35 

OrWf 

1900 

ISO 

800 

825 

-37 

Ft Norman 

1300 

15^ 

5'/4 

5H 

— 

Paramnt Rs 5250 

S10 

9^ 

10 

♦ H 

Gascome 

9800 

t 6 

5H 

6 

♦ '.4 

Penslar 

58326 

165 

156 

160 


Gold Lake 

9400 

425 

375 

420 

-5 

Pegcrine 

7900 

537>/3 525 

537',j 

♦ 12 

Gulch 

1400 

340 

330 

340 

♦ 15 

Poco 

12000 

350 

330 

340 


Jupiter 

16010 

700 

662'^2 

700 

♦ 25 

Jtadial 

13100 

92 

90 

90 ^ 

—5 

Lariat 

18900 

280 

220 

220 

-60 

Ranchnwis 34850 

S15'/2 

12 ?k 

15^ ♦m 

LCM Res 

16800 

235 

220 

235 


Renabie 

2050 

420 

4» 

420 

-10 

Lobell 

11000 

90 

IS 

85 

♦ 5 

Rio Alto 

3150 

330 

330 

330 


Loll 

4500 

150 

ISO 

150 

—10 

Savanna 

2800 

145 

135 

135 


Madison 

34620 

78 

70 

73 

♦ 3 

Seagull 

5283 

420 

410 

415 

♦ 1 ^-. 

Major 

1800 

250 

225 

250 

♦ 25 

Sparrow 

9580 

390 

340 

360 

-20 

Mid East 

4500 

44 

43 

44 

♦ 2 

Strand 

12200 

480 

460 

475 

♦ 5 

Miss! 

2)00 

200 

175 

175 

—15 

Stom 

8100 

525 

495 

525 

♦ 25 

Mt Jamie 

8250 

320 

300 

300 

—20 

Sundance 

14440 

167 

162 

162 

—6 

Nahanni 

5700 

130 

115 

115 

—10 

Siber 

2800 

445 

435 

445 

-10 

Netio 

100 

320 

320 

320 

—10 

Trapper 

9475 

400 

335 

400 

♦ 60 

New (Jomn 

1000 

800 

800 

800 

-25 

Troy 

1350 

S)2 

11 ^ 

IHxi 

— V4 

N Gateway 

1450 

460 

450 

450 

-10 

Twin Rich 

7318 

650 

625 

6371'a ♦ 12 

Newpass 

3000 

85 

80 

85 


Univ Ex 

27650 

390 

380 

390 

♦ 5 

Newport 

13600 

235 

225 

225 


Windimr 

10100 

315 

290 

315 

♦ 20 

Nimrod 

2500 

120 

120 

120 


Zephyr 

11400 

%7V, 

7'/4 

7H 

♦ ' ■ 

NorthCont 24000 

79 

75 

79 

♦ 4 

Challengr 


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24H 

24H 

+ '-1 

Not minco 

1500 

165 

165 

165 

—1 

Cap Cable 

ISO 

875 

875 

-25 

Northstr 

8300 

800 

775 

800 

♦ 12 

Cavallier 

1600 

525 

525 

525 

-25 


Chipman 600 
Killucan 2400 
Nesbitt TOO 
Northstr wt 600 
Northind 100 
Petromns 20000 
QCT 1100 

Surf 17500 
Univ Uran 700 
XRG 1300 
WIMImr r1 500 
Sastex 4000 
HoweSnd 13000 


240 240 
360 350 
220 210 
400 3tS 
S13’/5 13'>i 
71 60 

tIO 10 
120 110 
390 390 
S6'/t 6>A 

45 45 

15 N 
80 75 


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350 

210 >25 

400 ^25 

13'/i 

71 ♦23 

10 ♦ Vi 

115 
390 
6i<, 

45 ^5 

82 ^2 
75 


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Silver, New York (per 100 oi.) 

Open High Lew Close Ch'gc. 

Feb 3325 0 3325.0 3100 0 3200 0 -257 0 

Mar - - - 3370.0-100 0 

Apr - - - 3410.0-100 0 

Copper, New York (per 100 lbs.) 

Feb 121.80 122.30 117.50 118 00 -^20 
Mar 124 00 124.00 122 40 122.40 —5.00 

Apr - - -124 20 -5.00 

Lumber, Chtcapo (per 1,888 M.) 

Mar 217.50 219.00 214.50 215.40 - .90 

Mav 223 00 226.00 220.60 224 70 ♦ 2.50 

Jul 276.70 230.70 724.80 728.90 4 2 50 


Livestock 


CALGARY (CP) Receipts Friday at 
the Calgary public stockyards totalled 
902 head consisting of a light run of 
slaughter cows of average condition, 
most receipts being feeder cattle and 
stock calves. Trade was moderate from 
local buyers on 03-5 cows which sold 
steady. No slaughter steers or heifers on 
offer D3-5 S50-SS5. Receipts of feeder 
cattle were mostly good feeder steers 
with a light run of feeder heifers and stock 


calves. Trade was moderate to active on 
all classes with only top quality cattle 
bringing the previous week's prices. 
Average quality and condition feeder 
cattle and stock calves sold $ 2 -iS lower 
Light receipts of feeder cows were barely 
steady. (3ood feeder steers over 800 lbs. 
78-83 50, 600^700 lbs. 90-100, common to 
medium ever 700 lbs. 78-86.25. Good feed 
er heifers 500-600 lbs. 80^90 Feeder cows 
5(F65. 


Plywood, Chicago (per 1,000 sq. ft.) 
Mar 189.30 193.00 188.50 192.80 ♦3.00 

May 191.50 196.80 191.30 195.M ♦300 

Jul 194 50 199.10 194.50 198 50 ♦2.90 
Live cattle, Chicago (per 100 lbs.) 

Apr 71 47 72 15 70.35 70 35 -1 50 

Jun 73.65 73.85 72.35 72.35 -1.50 

Aug 73.45 73.82 72.05 72.05 -1.50 

Live Hogs, Chicago (per 100 lbs.) 

Apr 37 25 37.45 36 60 36.70 - .70 

Jun 41.00 41.27 40 45 40.50 — .52 

Jul 41.92 42 10 41.35 41.42 - 50 

Porfcbtllies, Chicago (per 100 lbs ) 

Mar 39 45 39 85 38.30 38.40 -1.32 

May 40 75 41.20 39.70 3975 —1 37 

Jul 42 10 42,65 41.10 41.30 —1.25 

Gold, Chicago (per oi.) 

Feb —--645.00 

Mar 641 00 646 00 6)1 00 613.00 - 36 30 

Jun 679 00 679.00 640 00 643 50 -29 50 

Gold, Winnipeg (per oi.) 

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Toronto trading 


TORONTO (CP) - The* 
Toronto stock market slack¬ 
ened Its pace Friday after 
two record-breaking davs. 

David Ekmekjian, a bro¬ 
ker with Pitfield Mackay 
Ross Ltd. of Toronto, said 
the market “was very, very 
oversold” and the decline 
was not unexpected. 

“I think the momentum is 
still massive,” he said. 
Although the U.S. prime 

Distributed by CP 
Toronto SiKk Eicttange—f eb. 22 
Complete tabulation of Friday 
transactions. Quotations in cents un¬ 
less marked S. 2 —Odd lot. 
xd—Ex-dividend, xr—Ex-rights, xw 
— Ex-warrants. Net change is from 
previous board-tot closing sale. 

Net 

Stock Sales Nigh Low Close Cii'ge 

A.G.F M ISOO JS5 350 350 
AbvGInw ?000 SW 91-4 91/4 

AbtIPree 17045 S24 23^ 23^ 

Abitbi lOQ S42 42 42 

AbtIbilO 260 150^/i 50'y 50’/y 
Ackiands aoo si 6 '/y t 6 '/i 
Action Trd 10000 36 35 36 

AdanacM 22450 5H 5Vi 

AttonMin 400 S35 34'/» 35 ♦ ' j 

AonicoE 3880 S14'<4 13^ 13'y—H 
Agra Ind A 625 S 5 J 4 5'-^ 5^-. ♦ Vg 

Akaitcho 5400 192 190 190 

Albany 57255 325 305 305 -15 
Alt Energy 25119 55314 50 53'/j 

Alta Gas A 38283 S29«/j 28U 29'/4 ♦ 
AllaGEp 1100 $224 22 22 -1 

AltaGF 200 $25^s 254 254 
Alta G 9.76 325 $254 254 2S4 

Alta G 7.60 700 $204 204 204 ♦ 4 

Alla G 64 5170 $41 394 41 ♦ I 

Alcan I7II0 $674 664 664-1 
Algomast 3529 $384 384 384—4 
Algonpr 35? $114 114 114 ♦ 1 
AllarcoDv 115 $62 
Alum 3rd p 400 $24 
A Lard 473500 
Am Eagle 79000 
A Led 287466 
Andres W A 1240 $13 
Andres WB 190 $1? 

AngCT265 150 $28 
AngCT315 200 $33 
AngOGld 6000 420 
AngUOev 4500 370 
Aquitaine 32159 $61 
Argosv 4500 50 
Ar0s26Op 190 $30 
Argus B pr 
Argos Cpr 


tx 

X 

X -3 

$24 

24 

24 

105 

11 

98 4 14 

$6>/« 

5% 

6' 8 4 '/4 

119 

110 

no 

$13 

12% 

12% 4 *8 

$1?'% 

12% 

iZ’y- % 

$28 

28 

28 - % 

$33'/« 

33'.8 

33'4 


400 410 
365 365 —20 
58 6(Pk ♦ 4 
49 49 -1 

30 30 

700 $284 284 284 — 4 
100 $7 7 ' 


lUW 1 / f ^ V 4 

Asanwa 39120 $284 274 28''i — 4 
Asbestos 400 $354 354 354 - 4 
AsocPorc 10*00 310 300 310 

AlCOA 1665 $204 20 204 ♦ 4 

AtICCop 2900 101 100 100 —5 

Atlas Yk 9600 too 95 100 

AtoHardA 500 $I 3''4 124 124—4 
BC Sugar A 100 $414 414 414 ♦ 4 
BP Can 62843 $54'« 49 53'/i ♦2V» 

BanisterC 200 $174 174 4 

BankBC 308 $334 33 334 4 1 

102932 $25'y 244 244—4 
164394 35 30 33 4 3 

9374 $254 254 254 - V 4 
22075 $54 54 54 4 V 4 

100 $26 26 26 4 1 


Bk Mil 
BkMtIr 
Bank NS 
Bankeno 
Barbecoo 


Barex 10000 28 27 27 — i 

BarvExpl 26800 265 250 265 4 10 

Basic Res 36057 Sir/? 154 4 4 

Bay Mills 300 $64 6 V 2 6 ’S 

Becker Bp 300 $| 74 r-g 4 's 

Beil Canad 81636 $194 194 194 4 4 

Beil 2 28 3310 $29^4 2*4 294 - 4 

bell 1.80 800 $214 21 214 4 4 

BeiM.96 25» $234 23*4 234-4 

B<^Cop 2734 $26' 4 25''. 26'/4 4 4 

BighartOG40500 $84 V'l B'u 4 4 
BIHawk 3000 66 65 65 4 5 

Bombr 330 $10*4 lO'/j ID'S 

Bonza 0 63710 $1 '4 104 10 ^«— 4 ' 
Bonanza W 38940 $54 54 54 4 liy 
Border C 500 410 
BowVa^ 56600 $58 
Bow-m pr 125 $43 
Bralor Res 4600 $27»^ 

Bramalea 2600 $20' 

BrascanA 8450 $27 
BrascanB 100 $264 264 264 


410 

4X 

4X —IS 

$58 

56 

57 - ) 

$43 

43 

43 

$27’y 

26 

27'y 4 % 

$20’8 

19% 

19% - »'4 

$27 

26'/, 

26'y — >4 


1 24', 

35 
84 
54 

i 28'j 

36 

1 5334 
P't 


24' • - 4 

35 -1'-, 
9 - % 

6 4 

29'-4 4 '/u 

36 
534 

8 

16 

- 50 

134 134-14 
60 '2 61 


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Brsen 8''2 1000 $24 

Brenda M 4880 $36 

Brinco 15078 $94 
Bfincop 10536 $6 
BCFP 1704 $29', 

BCFPpr too $36 

BCPackB zlOO $53^ 

BCRIC 136985 $8 
BC Phone 4165 $16',t 16 
bCPhl956 zlO $50 50 

BCPh4.84 200 $14 

BCPh 5 -* 4 p z36 $61 w 2 01 

BCP10 16P 149 $26''2 26'-^ 26'Y - 

BCP2.32P 449 $31*2 31'/2 31'/2 

Broui Reef 20400 120 MB 120 43 

Brunswk 11680 $144 14 14 '1 * ', 

BuddCan 565 $8 8 8 

CC Yachts 400 365 365 365 -10 

CAE 200 $16^4 16'2 164 

CtL 2316 $?9''2 29 29 - 

CME 111398 355 340 345 

CMS Mines 2000 

CadFrv 
Cal Pow A 
Cal P9.80 
Cal P 2.36 

Camfto iois $»4 4 - 4 

C Chib A 100 $14 '4 14''4 14'/4—l'** 

CampRL 6177 $37 36'4 364-4 

CanCem 1669 sij'-i 13 '4 13'/* 4 '4 

COC 43588 $134 13'i2 13* 2 - 4 

CDCprB 29211 $l47'a 144 147 4 24 


Complete tabulation of Friday transac¬ 
tions. Quotations in cents unless marked 
$ Net change is from previous close of 
same lot type. 


StoU SalM Hign Law Clasa ClYge 
Resource and Deve U gm en t 


?0X 95 

95 

95 4 

5 

1150 $72% 

22'y 

22’fc- 


13490 $48% 

48''4 

48*'« 4 

'a 

201102 

102 

10? 4 

2 

1750 $25 

25 

25 


366X 345 

325 

330 - 

5 


Aaron 7200 

Abella 45200 

Action 16483 

Agassiz 13450 

Aieta 5800 

Attex 1000 

Am FIrit 61600 

Am Pvd 12201 

Amfk) 176950 

Andex 25700 

AngioBo 8650 

Arcdia 33000 

Argo 5200 

Argyll 16300 

Arizona 1400 

Ascot 40525 

Avino 12750 

Azure 8500 

Banner 59500 

Barrier 51000 

Bath N 21350 

BImorl 14635 

Benson 58500 

Betina 29200 

Bianca 15900 

Bison 7813 

BIk Omd 5250 

BIkdme 3000 

B Giant 6200 

Btu sky 89869 

Brace 16913 

Brafor 27000 

Brent 9900 

Brican 6100 

Buenr 7000 

Cdr Res 17599 

C T Exp 3255 

BX Dev 5070 

Caidnia 4300 

Camro 12500 

C Brnca 1000 

Cdn Natl 500 

Canalta 30400 

Carotin 1650 

Casino 4500 

Castle 1000 

Celko R 4140 

Charltn 37100 

Chariot 9200 

Cheyen 10075 

Chrmx 7500 

Cima , 7250 
Cititc 11000 

Claymr 7400 

Cobre 389500 

Colby 19000 

Clonial 16300 

Cmaplx 2600 

Comet 1500 

Cmwl 1250 

Con Am 13200 

Conbea 3500 

C Bound 14000 

C Cinoia 4640 

C Five St 1800 

C S Butte Zl25 

C S Rdge 1800 

C Trn Col 4150 

ConSv 7813 

CopGnt 1400 

Cop Lak 29600 

Coralta 30100 

Corprte 4800 

Cosmos 2500 

Covnex 5600 

Cream 46800 

Cree U 7500 

Cube 6900 

Oankoe 7400 

OkhwK 4500 

David 3700 

Davnpt 25500 

Dltpet 126200 

DPP 4400 

Dora 13600 


500 490 
735 210 
265 240 
200 185 
120 115 
155 155 


227 ♦I? 

265 


690 

5X 

675 

♦ 50 

415 

4X 

410 

♦ 10 

725 

535 

TX 

♦ 120 

79 

76 

78 


395 

370 

395 

♦ 5 

49 

47 

47 

-3 

$7% 

7% 

7% 4 '/4 

325 

3X 

3X 


860 

850 

850 

— 10 

390 

375 

385 

♦ 5 

330 

3)0 

320 

-10 

15) 

145 

145 

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138 

126 

134 

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195 

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$34 

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33% 4 3% 

68 

64 

65 


143 

135 

137 


475 

420 

475 

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101 

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155 

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330 

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132 

120 

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210 

190 

204 

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435 

410 

410 

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38 

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136 

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195 

190 

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835 

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55 

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315 325 
400 385 
46 43 

710 200 


70 

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175 

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350 

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135 126 

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515 515 
100 90 

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70 65 

660 60S 
300 I9S 
170 160 


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185 -10 
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135 -rS 
570 * 10 

104 -3 
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70 *3 

660 4 . S5 
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170 -5 


rate~ the rate banks charge 
to corporate borrowers — 
soared to an unprecedented 
16^ per cent on Friday, Ek¬ 
mekjian said he did not an¬ 
ticipate an increase in Can¬ 
ada’s bank rate. 

Among industrials, Texa¬ 
co Canada fell 4 to $91. 


BOX SCORE 


Issues traded 
Advances 
Declines 
Unchanged 

Can Malt ?oo 
C Nor West 8405 
C Packrs 500 
Can Perm 2657 
CPerma^ 300 
CS Pete 20646 
Can Trust 3967 
C Trust r/* 1600 
C Trust 7^ 137 
C Tung 1675 
CdnArrow 1700 
CCablesvA 1410 
CdnCel 4900 
C Curtis 1700 
CFormost 2400 
CHomestd 3300 
CHvdropr SOO 
Cl BkCom 16246 
CLencour lOOOO 
C AAanoIr 625 
C Marconi 200 
C Merrill 6800 
CNat R 37500 
CNatl.50 1310 
C Ocdental 27850 
C Oednti p 2S0 
CP inve 8460 
CP Ltd 26446 
CPLAp 1300 
C Reserve 2423 
Cdn Tire A 5091 
C unties 3680 
CUtll4',4p z80 
CU 10'/4 290 

C Util 9.24 1840 

C Util 7.30 SOO 
CandelOli 600 
Canrav 25900 
CanronA 1771 
Cara 2850 
Carl OK 27405 
CartAp 980 
Carma A 16500 
Carma8.75 600 
Carotin M 2800 
Car 300 

Casslar soo 
Ceianese 9020 
Celants I p soo 
Celan175p 200 
Ctl Est A 100 
Cent Pat 1500 
Chnetr 7241 
Charleroi 14000 
Cherokee 10025 
ChibKav 12500 
ChlettanD 5753 
Chrysler 5770 
Cockfieid 1700 
Coin Lake 2600 
Cmplx 52800 
Cominco 11556 
ComIncoA 1500 
ComrclpG31800 
Compr Ap z75 
Comoutel zlO 
Conlagas 7800 
Coo Bath A 5353 
Con Bath p 400 
CooFardv 2750 
C Durham 24200 
CMarben 2900 
C Morlsn 22300 
CProf 113968 
C Rambler 1200 
C Rexspar 6826 
Con Textie 200 
ConOistrb 5965 
C Gas 759484 
Con Gas B z25 
Con Gas 0 1100 

CGTVj 651492 
Control F 100 
Cooventrs 49398 
Coowest 825 
Cop Fields 2950 
Corby vt 623 
CorbvB 200 
Corp Food 520 
CosekaR 95046 
Costn 117950 
Courvan 31300 
Cralgml 17900 
Crain R L 500 
Crestbrk 3200 
CrwnLife zl15 
Crown 8k« I00 

eZHrtwA 1181 
Crush intI 600 
Cuvier M 2500 
Cyprus 10875 
Czar 242075 
ORG Ltd A 350 
DaleR 200 
Oalmvs 300 
OaonOev 69450 
OaonSHp 3600 
Oaon9''2p 300 
DEIdona 63400 
Delhi 138650 
Denison 28436 
Oicknsn 10840 
DIgtech 7750 
Discovrv 3200 
DistTrA 290 
Oomani 7200 
DomeMine 4609 
D Pete 109435 
OPeteAp 1900 
DPeteBp S 04 
D Bridge 13200 


Fri. 

715 

215 

253 

247 


Thun. 

730 

298 

717 

J15 


Dual res 1900 

Dungnn 3000 

Dustv M 12902 

Eagle R 18700 

Erlv Brd 12300 

Enex 203000 

Entrpr 4860 

Equity si 1825 

Forum 2033 

Futurty 3000 

Galaxy 800 

Oalvstn 8300 

Gni Egy S925 

Geodm 10200 

GiantEx 2000 

Gnt Reef 300 

Glamis 3100 

Global 47*00 

Goldbit 8200 

GGate 5700 

Gowga 3400 

G N Pete 275200 

Grt Pac 500 

Grnwd 7900 

Grndst 6725 

Grove 22900 

Hallmk 6800 

Hecate 35962 

Hereon 27400 

Hilnd Cr 4556 

Hghwd 27900 

Host 14700 

IceStn 34600 

imp Met 1000 

Initial 3200 

intrep 4200 

Int Balfr 5700 

Itl Brmc 4500 

IShasta 11700 

I Stndrd 6840 

Intntwk 2000 

Invx Res 28800 
Iona Svr 5500 
Jet Star 13300 

Joy Ind 9700 

Jublle 4S00 

Kamad 42600 

Kndahr 6000 

Karin Ik 11800 

Keith 19000 

Kelly 10700 

KentE 500 

Klondx 12700 

Khobbv 3000 

La TekO 29600 

Laco 24550 

Laredo 7100 

Liberty 70725 

Lincoln 35850 

Lion Mn 7000 

Logtng SOO 

Lorcan 9500 

Lornex 55b 

MCP R 3000 

M M Pre 5000 

Maclan 1100 

AAagnm 6600 

Makao 4381 

AAnchst 5500 

Marge 25400 

Mvrick 3300 

May rlh 6100 

AAconel 6200 

Mid Mtn 3700 
Mid Nrt 7000 
Molco IllOO 

Mt Gmd niSO 

AAosprt 1000 

Mosqto 32450 

Mt SIckr 22500 
Mt Wash 2000 
Mtn Stat 8000 
Mtneer 56600 

Musto E 11800 

Mutual 13300 

Nw Gth a z98 

Nesbitt 6568 

N Aston 2100 

N Cinch 4000 

Newest 17114 

N Frontr 50253 

Newhk 5100 

N Minex 13700 

NNadna 250 

N Privtr 3000 

N Scope too 

Ni Cal 6850 


17$ 

170 

170 


65 

62 

65 

♦ 3 

SX 

485 

5X 

4 15 

143 

140 

140 

—$ 

45 

40% 

X'y —4'y 

17$ 

161 

165 

-10 

2X 

190 

IX 

-5 

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37 

37 

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1$$ 

140 

155 


54 

X 

54 

4l 

46 

46 

46 


4M 

410 

410 

-30 

155 

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153 

4l 

285 

28$ 

285 


46 

46 

46 


2$0 

250 

2X 

♦ M 

320 

31$ 

320 

♦ 10 

MO 

95 

IX 

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32$ 

3X 

♦ 2$ 

225 

220 

221 

♦ 1 

85 

93 

85 

♦ 3 

141 

11$ 

140 

♦ 25 

340 

340 

340 

♦ 5 

420 

395 

4)0 


ISO 

IX 

145 

-5 

310 

X5 

3)0 

4$ * 

MS 

MS 

MS 

♦ 2 

140 

12$ 

132 


6X 

S30 

560 

-15 

179 

170 

179 

♦ 4 

IK 

170 

IK 

♦ 5 

215 

2)0 

215 


165 

IX 

165 

♦ 10 

66 

66 

66 

-3 

65 

64 

65 

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150 

145 

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415 

405 

415 

♦ 5 

66 

63 

65 

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155 

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IX 

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165 

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25 

25 

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245 

254 

49 

460 

4X 

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-15 

305 

290 

295 

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45 

43 

44 

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90 

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♦ 5 

230 

220 

230 

4$ 

235 

225 

230 

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119 

123 


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225 

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77 

77 

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265 

265 

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140 

140 

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127 

127 

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470 

425 

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660 

625 

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265 

2X 

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330 

330 

330 


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310 

♦ 5 

$51% 

$1 

$1% 41% 

75 

75 

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♦ 1 

74 

73 

74 

44 

185 

185 

185 


105 

98 

X 

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62 

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70 

65 

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555 

555 

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232 

230 

230 


47 

45 

45 


111 

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111 

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73 

73 

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$7 

6% 

6% 

1- '/% 

$9 

8% 

9 


91 

91 

91 


$3$ 

$10 

535 

♦ 3$ 

68 

55 

68 


35 

35 

35 



310 200 
185 170 

185 IBS 
200 190 

175 ITS 
275 266 
I5S 140 
740 685 
120 115 

360 350 
200 200 
45 42 

165 166 
$16 15^ 


13H ^ 
70 


V4 


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210 
175 
185 
190 -35 
175 45 

265 


ISO 
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120 
350 

200 -30 

45 

165 —5 
16 


ACTIVE STOCKS 

Stock Sales High Low CMtt Ch'ge 
Cons Gas 759484 $30^4 30 30'/4 — '-s 

Cos Gs TVt 651492 $29^ 29>k 29'k - H 

Noranda 216638 $30H KH 29^ — 1 1 

imp on A 153661 %U^M SO 53''4 ♦ H 

Kaiser Res 145676 $37i, 37H 37H - H 

Mlnet and oils 

Amaig Ldr 423500 105 81 98 ^14 

Jorex 294950 91 75 90 ♦IS 

Mnrl Res 2S3578 340 295 340 * 41 

O.M.G. 190725 $5^ 5'4 5*4 ♦ 

Delhi Pac 138650 130 116 127 

Am Le&K 287466 119 110 110 

Czar Res 242075 $20'^ II'm 19'» ♦? 
Spooner 207750 185 161 IIO 

Pennant 137967 305 285 305 ♦TO 

Ulster Pet 131173 $5"g S'/i 5V>* 

Untd Wstn 132350 480 430 475 ♦aO 


TSE3 


TSE 300 INDEX 
Close Ch'ge high low 
3140.00 — 4.52 2144.52 171*49 


2248.15 —24.34 2331.12 1796.60 
1214.20 — 5 88 1260 33 1149.14 
4975.47 ♦ 26.49 4975.47 3632 00 
1317.63 ♦ 0.34 I34S.60 1201.19 
1593.62 ♦ 6.48 1566.53 1502.56 
1822.17 — 5.96 1176 53 1476.21 
1376.00 — 4.97 1300.75 1245.45 
1857.27-12.48 1884.20 1487.15 
3154.54-13.26 3193 20 2541.70 
2143.38 -26.76 2304.55 1996.78 
2354.12 ♦15.71 2379.15 1161,26 
1665.03 ♦ 3.95 1656.78 1458.68 
3304 79 -30.19 3465 99 2725.12 
4484 76 ♦ 1.40 4633.05 4033.34 

Up 6, down 8. Volume 13.6 million H5.|7 
million) V6lue $3I8.V million ($261.08 
million). 


Mineral 

Finan 

on, Gas 

Indus 

Utils 

Consum 

Merch 

Foresf 

Trans 

Pipeline 

Manage 

Comm. 

Golds 

Building 


MARKET 

REPORT 

Closing quotations for Friday^ Feb, 22, 1980 


$30'/* 30W JO'-y ♦ Vg 

$21 Vu 21 21'I 

$34*4 34*4 — >4 

$17H 17'.-g 17’/4 — Vy 
$22 22 22 

$27*y 25 27*y ♦ 4g 

$22 21% 21’^ ♦ '4 

$17% ir^ tr*! 

$16% 16% 16% 

$32 y^M 32 ♦ 1 

150 14$ 14$ — 5 

$13% 13% 13% 

$10Vy 10 10% 

95 91 91 -4 

$8% 6 6%- % 

$29'/^ 29 29 — % 

$11% 11% 11% 

$24% 24% 24% — % 
SO 46 SO 
$5*4 5% 5% 

$20'y 20% 20% — % 
$30 29 30 ♦ 1 

$16% W/t 16% — % 
$35*/* 34% 34% — '-4 
$15% 14 15% ♦l'^ 

$26 26 26 
$47% 42 47 

$4k% 47<,4 48 — '4 
$9 9 9 

$21 20'^ 21 ♦ 'yy 

$28'% 28 28 - % 
$22% 21% 22*/^ ♦ % 
$43 42'4 42'4 

$36% 36% 36% ♦ *4 
$25 25 25 

$22 22 22 - * '4 

$76'/j 76 76 ♦ 1 

330 315 320 -30 
$14% 14% 14% 

$19 18% 18% — % 

$10% 9% 9% 

$34*4 23 23 -1 

$15 14% 14% ♦ *4 

$17 17 17 -2*4 

$21% 31% 21% - * 4 
350 350 350 -25 
$13% 13% 13% ♦ *4 
$8 7% 7% - % 

$10% 10% 10% - % 
SIS'i 18'/4 18'7 
$11% 11% 11% 

360 360 360 * 

56*8 6% 6% 

390 350 375 

$14' 4 14 14% - % 

38 35 35 -3 

$41 40 40’ '4 - % 

$10% 10'g I0'4 ♦ '% 
56'y 6 6 - % 

45 40 45 ♦ 9 

$8 7 7% ♦ *4 

$75 72% 72’/i-2% 

$23'y 23'y 23% 

460 430 445 ♦ 5 

$13% 13% 13*/4 

465 465 465 
285 260 275 -15 

Sir,4 17 — '-J 

$16*4 16% 16% 

370 365 365 
248 235 241 - 5 
325 325 325 - 5 
$5'.y 5% 5% - '-4 

265 242 260 ♦IS 
$6'<y 6% 6'^ ♦ % 
100 ^ 92 

$9 9 9 

$9% 9% 9*4 ♦ '♦ 
$30% 30 30'/4 - '-J 

$60% 60% 60'i 

$40 40 40 - % 

$29*,4 29% 29'y - % 
335 335 335 -15 
$20 I9'4 19'y 

$8'I 8*g 8'y ♦ 'g 

$19 17 19 ♦!% 

$18% 18% ir'4 ♦ '4 
$16% 16*^ 16*4 
$22'y 22* i 22' 2 - ': 
$31'-4 28'; 29%-'. 
$8% 7% 8% - % 

170 161 165 —5 

$7 6% 7 

$13% 13'^ 1318 
$30 29'y 30 

$64 63% 64 

$19 19 19 

$74% 24% 24% - >4 
$12% 12'/4 12% - % 
107 100 100 - 7 

$24 23% 23*4- *4 

$20% 18'4 19% ♦ 2 
$5'/y 5% 5Vi 

$17*/4 17*4 ^4 ♦!% 
$7 7 7 

$6*8 6% 6% 

S8 8 8 

19 9 9 — ' 8 

255 240 250 - 5 

130 116 127 ♦ 8 

$51 49 50 ♦1'4 

$13' 2 12% 13% - % 
$9'.2 8'y2 9% ♦ % 
250 245 249 
$7% 7% 7% ♦ % . 

Ill 10'/2 10%—''. 
$82'y 80 81%-% 

$82% TT'^ 80 ♦ % 

$20V4 20 20 — % 

$20'4 20 20 ♦ '/4 

$iry4 16% I7'g ♦ '4 


24X 

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93 

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47% 

47’y- % 

NorenTM 

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4374 

$39', 

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3*'y 4 % 

JO Res 

26700 

134 

Ml 

134 - 1 

Nor lex 

130X 

’ 6X 

$19% 

19% 

19% - % 

Jannock 

4)K 

$13% 

12% 

12% 

Normick P 

SX 

$2X 

$16 

1$*% 

16 4 •% 

Jannock 1 

1220 

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13 

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NCOils 

12X 

3610 

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27% 

27*5. - 

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6% 

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$ll’/4 

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Joren 

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75 

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NorCtTlX 

18X 


DrAAcCA 3460 $12% 13 
OundePal 73933 ISO 128 
Dunraie 43258 160 139 
OuPontA 550 $33 32 

Dustbane SOO $8 8 

OylexLtd 100 $10 10 

Dviex L A 21039 $10 10 

Ovnamar 43327 $5% 5'/. 
E-LFin 5700 $13% 13 
E L Fin p 800 $13 13 

EstMIrtk 610 315 300 
East Sul 3000 330 315 
EstnProv 500 $7 7 

Ego Res 46150 257 245 
-- - 6% 


Elhm A 3825 $7 
Emco 
Emcow 


M50 $11 10% 

100 275 275 275 


12'y 

ISO ♦ll 
160 ♦TO 
33 
8 
10 
10 
5'4 
13 

13 - % 

300 -10 
320 -10 
7 - % 

250 

6- - ‘4 


EnrgvRes 16425 226 215 
Exquitepr 200 $5% 5*^4 
Extndcar 229 $10 . 10 
Extd A z32 $9% 9*4 
Falcone 13635 $l4'y 14'4 
Fibre Nik AI2465 $135 132' ! 
FedIndA 2325 $8 7’y 

FedPlon 100 $37% 37’/y 
Fed T w 2050 50 50 

FWelltvTr 600 475 475 
FidHNTr'p 350 $17*41 17*A 
Finning T 650 $45 45 

F Calgary 9100 310 295 
FCI^FIn 200 $16 16 

F City F wt 1000 $6% 6 
FCtyTrA 400 $10% 10% 
FCtvTrC 200 tV/j 7% 

FAAar 8500 234 226 
Foodex p z75 $6% 6% 
FordCnda *925 $53 53 

Francana 26800 $17 15% 

Fraser 1900 $19% 19 
GCH Steel 1025 175 160 
GMRes 1257$ $7% 6% 

GSWCIA 205 $8 7% 

Galtaco 200 $6'4 6V, 

Galveston 34400 450 420 
Garbellp 200 445 445 
GazAAetr 603 $8’4 8 

GazS%p ZlO $54% 54'x 
GOistrbA 9050 $12'y4 11% 
GDistrbw 60SOO $$'/4 480 
GMC 1259 $58 57' 4 

GenstarL 16589 $31% 31 
Gibraltar 22675 $16 15% 

GlbeRltVP 2525 $21 20*4 

GoldaleA 3700 $7 6% 

Goldund M 15800 365 355 
Goodyear 500 $21 21 

Graft G A 299 $15% 15% 
GraftGp 120 $33 33 

Granduc 6700 400 370 
GLNIckI 11000 160 170 

GL Forest 1355 $64 63% 

GNFin 5240 350 300 
GNGasAp 600 $15'/4 15% 
GtWests 500 275 275 
G Goose 240 $6'y 6% 
Grevhnd MOO $30 29% 

Guard Cap 200 $10% 10 
GulfC 108191 $112 167 

Gultstrem 33413 $rg 7*: 
HCIHldg 1050 $26% 26'* 
Halifax D 100 360 360 
H Group A 800 415 405 
Hardee 5300 80 M 
Hard Crp A 2700 300 270 
HardCrpC 600 260 260 
Harlequin MlOO $20 19 

Harris A 6250 490 470 
HWood 500 ISO 180 
HatleighA 380 $5% 5% 

HatleighB 1240 $$% $% 

Hawker 2850 $17'y ir^ 
Haves D 1761 $101J 10'. 
HedwayA 200 $6 6 

HighfiekJ 2300 335 325 
HolIngerA SOO $46 46 

HBayMng 5381 $33'y 32*« 
HBayCo >1181 $31% 30 
HBCpr 11969 $20 19% 

HB on Gas 13836 $143 138 
Husky on 4308 $86% 84% 
Husky Ew MOO $66 66 

Hydra Ex $020 84 80 

lAC 22735 $10*4 10% 
ITL Ind 600 340 340 
lUIntI 41900 $16% 16 
Imasco 1450 $45% 45 
ImascoAp too 335 335 
ion A I53M1 $54% 50 
Imp on B 1396 $52% 52 
inco 58094 $34<4 33 
lnco7.85 562 $22 21'y 

Indal 1200 $12% 12% 
inland Gas TOO $I3 ,l2'y 
inter-CItv 3300 $23 022% 
InterCBw 150 $19*4 19% 
intrmetco 880 $12% 12'y 
IBM 770 $76 75% 

intAAoaul 1033 $7*4 7% 
lAAogulA 840 $14 43% 

intprPIpe 40290 $17% 17'4 


Ipsco 1076 $27% 27'y 

Iron Bay T 300 $6% 6% 

Irwin Toy 3100 315 300 

island Tel SOO $16 1S*« 


226 ♦a 

5% - » 4 
0 — ''4 

9% 

14'4 ♦ % 

135 ♦ 1 

8 ♦ % 
37*% -2'y 
50 
475 
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45 

310 ♦ 5 

16 ♦ I 

6 -% 
10% 

P'7 

230 -5 
6% 

S3 - 1 

17 ♦!% 
19% ♦ % 

160 -15 
7% 

8 

6'<. 

420 -25 
445 -5 
8% 

54'4 

M%-4 % 

5% ♦ % 

58 ♦ % 

31% 

16 ♦ % 
20*^4 - % 
6% - % 
355 -10 
21 - % 
15'/. 

33 - 1 
370 —40 
170 

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SkylineH 339X 465 410 4X ♦X 

Slater StI 3000 $17% IT*'. M’y 

Slater Bpr 200 $12'/, 12'.y 12'/g 

Sogepet 7700 178 fTO 173 -6 

Somvillep TOO $29'y 29'y 29'y ♦ 'y 

Southm 1820 $34% 34'y 34%—'* 

spar Aero 

Spar Aerop JM $X 
Spoon r 
St Brodcst 
Stand IA 
Steko A 

Steep R .. 

Steinbginc 3IX $36 
Stinbo5''4 4X ■■ 

Strathrn A zK 
Stuart Hse 200 
Stuart Oil 300 
SudCont 25600 
SulpetroB 14105 
Sulivan XI7 
Sunbrst E 6000 

Suncorpr 12425 .. 

TeckCorA 30X $39 
Teck Cor B 27552 $39 
Tex Can 

IV 

XSO $14% 14'/ 

IX $X X 
I8X 145 IX 
39X 3X 3X 3X 
TorOmBk 4895 $26% 26% 26% 

TDRItvp IX $21 21 21 

Tor Sun 2875 $13% 13'y 13’y 

TorstarB 1815 $ 23''4 23 23'/4 

Total Pet 72535 $33% 31% 32'y ♦ % 

Total PA p 9675 $51'y 51 51% ♦ ' » 

TotIPetw X3S $21% 20'y 21 —'4 

Traders A 72X $14 13% 13% 

TradersSp 2X $22 22 22 

Trader Ap IX $20'y 20'y 20'y—I'y 
Tr Can Res 36096 $9'y 9'8 9'y ♦ % 
TmsMt 8IX $12% 12% 12%—% 

TmsWst 167X $6 5% 6 4 % 

TrCanPL 20516 $26% 25'.y 25%-1'-, 
TrCanBpr 175 $31% 31% 31% ♦ '. 
TrCanCpr IX $84 84 84 — 

Trimac 218X $24 23 23% ♦ '4 

Trc9.12 IX $25% 25% 25’y 

Trimac wt 774 $21 19'/, 21 

TrinChib SOX X 45’y 45'y—2'r 

TrinityRes63997 $12*/4 11% 12'y ♦ '., 
TrizecCrp z7 $28'g ?8'8 28'g 
Tru-Wall SX IX IX IX 

Turbo Cl A 48X $24 23 '4 23'/4 

TurboCIB 308X $24 23*8 24 ♦ 'g 

Turbo Pr 5X $17% 17*. 17%—'g 

Turbo8'4 21X $27*8 27’/, 27'y 

Turbow 127X $18 IT’g 18 4 '4 

Ulster P 131173 $5% 5% 5% 

Ultramar 120 $12'y 12'y 12'y 

24X 4X 370 4X 

2X 370 370 370 -25 

895 $33 32'y 33 4 % 

17509 SlO'/y 10 10 — *g 

7X $23 22'-, 23 

61X $42'y M'g 42’', - % 
UnAsbStOS273X $7*8 T'a 7% ♦ >8 

UCanso 15470 $28% 26% 28% ♦!% 

UnCorp z5 $22’/4 22''4 22*4 

UnCorpX 490 $15*4 15% 15% ♦ . 

UnCorpX IX Sl6'/8 I6'8 16'8 

U Keno 32X $49 X X - % 

UnReefP 42X IX 97 IX 

USiSCOe I62X $1S'4 14'y 1S'/4 4 % 
UWOG 1223X 4X 420 475 ♦M 

VGMTrsco 4X $7% 7*/4 7*^ 

VSServ 403 $8'y 8'y 8%-'-4 

VanDer 12X $9% ' 

VerstlCor 1915 $27 

VerstICorp 8X $14 

VerstI C w 28X $9' 

vestgron 6IX $19 

Vilkentre ITX $10% lO'y 10*^ • 

Vulcan ind 28X $14% 14 14% ♦ % 

Waiax A 1235 $I8''4 IB IB'y 4 •, 

WGW I303X $39 38% 39 

Wardair 17X-410 390 

15X M''4 8' 

35IX IX 

2725 $23 

_ . 3X $34% 34'y 34*. 

Wcoast Pt 6270 $30*8 29 29*u — % 

WPetAp ZX $59% X'8 X% 

WcoaslT 23X1 $14% 14'y 14% 4 Vg 

Wcoast w 18339 $5*', 5'/4 S% 

WBcasA 3X $13 13 13 

West Mine 12914 $20*8 19*'4 20 '%-’-4 
Westfield 68 X 390 370 370 —20 

1575 STB'y 28 28 - % 

ZX $56% 56% 56% 

5984 $10'y lO'g 10'8 - ’% 

13X $5'y 5 5'.'4 4 '4 

27275 128 116 116 -13 

Wlllrov 47K $6'8 6 6'g — % 

Wln-EW lOX 70 70 70 

Windfall 225X IW 105 105 - 3 

Woodreef 347X X X X — 3 

WoodwdA 57X $26^8 26% 26*4 

WrHarg 1133 4X 4X 4X 

YkBear 5175 $15% 15 15'. 

York Cons 20X X X X — 5 

YLambton 5437 185 IX 185 4 10 

Zellers A 10X $l0'y 10'y lO'y 

Trust Units 

BBC Run 6X $14*4 14 14 

BAA^Rtun 9157 $9 8% 9 4 ’4 

CPermun 511 $7’% 6% T*. ♦ % 

C Realty u 17X $7 6 % 6%—'4 

TO Realty 46X $24<y 24*8 24%-'8 


NEW YORK (AP) — The 
stock market, Hnishing up 
its second straight declining 
wwk. lost more ground Fri- 

CLOSING AVERAGES 
Open Niph Lew Close Ch'ge. 
X ind, 8X.31 177.47 8SS.K 8X.77 40 2$ 
20 Tm. 216.57 293.x 283.89 289.X -0. IS 

IS Utl. MO.X 111.77 lX.X 110.93 - 

XStk. 316.45 322.13 313.54 318.55 - 

Stocks volume; Indus. 5,7X.1X: Trans. 
1.274,6X; UtIK 624.X0; X Stks. 7,652.- 
IX. Total volume X.2I million. 

day in the face of bad news 
on inflation and interest 
rates. 

The bull market in energy 
issues kept rolling, however, 
lifting several big-name oil 
stocks to new highs. 

The U.S. government re¬ 
ported Friday that the con¬ 
sumer price index rose 1.4 
per cent last month, for its 
sharpest rise in six and a half 
years. 

The news came a day after 
a prominent money-market 
analyst, Henry Kaufman of 
Salomon Brothers, urged the 
U.S. government to declare 
a national emergency to deal 
with inflation. 


ACTIVE 

stock 

Texaco Inc 
Gulf Oil 
AAobil 

Amef T and T 
StdOII Cal 
Occident Pet 
SearsRoeb 
Itel Corp 
IBM 

PhillpsPet 
ArmstngCrk 
StdOII Ind 
Exxon 
Texax Inti 
Allied Chem 


STOCKS 

Sales Close Ch'ge 
14693X X 4l'4 
8989X 51'/4 41 
8778X 77 42 

6788X 49 4 '8 

6327X 77% 4 4*8 
$293X 31 
4782X 16% — % 
4716X 4 — '/, 

4X7X X — <-4 
4257X $4% 4 '/% 
3962X 14 
3946X 118*4 4 4 
39I2X X'/4 41*8 
3844X 24 4 I'y 

3193X $5% — ‘y 


Money 


The bank's purchase price of U.S. 
funds In fhls area Friday, according 
to fhe Royal Bank of Canada, was 1.1490 
for cash, 1.1495for fravellerschequesand 
1.1090 for coins. Their selling price was ■ 
1.1610 for cash and 1.1X5 for cheques. 

MONTREAL (CP) - The U.S. dollar in 
terms of Canadian funds closed Frida V up 
14-25 at $1.1530, Thursday's close was 
$1.1474. Pound sterling was down 31-X at 
$2.6179. inNew York. fheCanadian dollar 
was down 21-X at X.8673 and pound 
sterling was down l.X at $2.2705. 

Nominal selling price of other monies 
in Canadian funds; Australian dollar 
1.27X; Austria schilling .0927; Bahamas 
dollar 1.16X; Barbados dollar .XSO; Bel¬ 
gium env franc .0X7X; Bermuda dollar 
).I6X; Brazil cruzeiro .0654; xBulgaria 
lev 1.3939; China renminbi .7890, xCo- 
lombia peso .0231; xCzechoslovakia 
crown .2270; Denmark kron .2120; East 
Caribbean dollar .43», France franc 
.2tX; Germany mark .66X; Greece 
drachma .XIO; Hong Kong dollar .23X. 
xHungarian forint .0331, India rupee 
.1510; Irish pound 2.4450; Italy lira 
XI4X; Jamaica dollar .6SX; Japan yen 
.004690; Kuwait dinar4.27X, AAexicopeso 
.0510; Netherland guilder .60X; N.Z. dol¬ 
lar 1.1285; Norway krone .2370; xPoland 
zloty .0309. Portugal escudo .02X. xRo- 
mania leu .2572; Saudi Arabia rival .34X; 
Sinoaporedollar .53X. South Atrka rand 
1.42X, Spain peseta .01725, Sweden 
krona .2770; Switzerland franc .7035; 
Trin-Tob dollar .4835; xU.S.S.R. ruble 
1.8149; Venezuela bolivar .27X. (x-Fixed 
monthly rate). 


Meanwhile, several lead¬ 
ing banks raised their prime 
lending rates to record levels 
of 16or 1614 pv‘r cent. 
There were forecasts that 
the basic charge on blue-chip 
loans might soon go as high 
as 17 per cent. 


Akan 

Akoa 

Aid Chem 
AlChim 
Am Air 
Am Bmd 
Am Beast 
Am Can 
AmElP 
Am AAOlOf 
Am Tel T 
Ampex 
Asarco 
Ashland 
Atl Rkh 
Avco 
Avon 
Bell How 
Bendix 
Beth SI 
Boeing 
Boise Cas 
Borden 
Borg-W 
Bn Mv 
Brunswk 
Burl Ind 
Burl Nor 
Burroughs 
Cater pill 
Col Beast 
Ceianese 
Chase M 
Chessie 
Chrysler 
CleveEl 
Coca-Cola 
Col-Palm 
Comsat 
Con Fri 
Con Nat G 
Coot Data 
Con Ed 
ContOII 
Crown Ck 
Crown Zell 
Delta Air 
Disney W 
Digital E 
Dow Chem 
du Pont 
East Air 
East Kod 
El Paso 
Exxon 
Fairchild 
Firestone 
Ford 
Gam Sko 
Gen Dvn 
Gen El 
Gen Food 
Gen AAot 
G Tel El 
Gen Tire 
Ga Pac 
Gillette 
Goodyear 
Greyhound 
Gulf Oil 
Hilton 
Homestakc 
Honeywell 
^Houston 


Issues traded 
Advances 
Declines 
Unchanged 


QUOTATIONS 
$7% Inland St 

32'4 

64% 

IBM 

66 

$5% 

Int Harv 

32*g 

2r, 

INCO 

29'. 

10 

Int Pager 

40*4. 

61% 

ITT 

?7’8 

31 

Johns-Man 

21% 

3? 

Kaiser Al 

23% 

16% 

Kennecott 

39% 

8 

KidhCD 

43% 

49 

LTV 

12% 

27*4 

Litton 

5?', 

$2*4 

Lockheed 

38''t 

a% 

McD Doug 

44% 

KXPg 

AAcLean 

11 

23% 

AAerck 

65 4 

34^8 

Mer Lvn 

23% 

X% 

Minn MM 

53'1 

X 

aaoPk 

X'4 

23'/4 

AAobil 

77 

6?''4 

Monsanto 

X 

36''7 

Motorola 

59 

T?', 

NCR Corp 

78*4 

39% 

Natomas 

43*4 

33''4 

Newmont 

51', 

14 

Nort Sim 

ir. 

17% 

NwestEn 

34% 

72 

Owen III 

24% 

76'<i 

Pac Gas 

20. 

54V, 

Pan Am 

S'i 

51% 

Pan El P 

71% 

44'4 

PeopG 


35% 

PepsiCo 

?2'8 

29% 

Phil El 

13*1 

8% 

Phil AAorr 

33 

14% 

Phil Pete 

54% 

33% 

Pit Bowes 

34 , 

12% 

Polaroid 

22', 

a. 

Proc Gam 

71% 

23*'4 

Pub 5v EG 

16', 

47% 

RCA 

23 

59% 

Repub St 

23*. 

2(Hg 

Revlon 

38% 

57% 

Rockwell 

55H 

27’', 

Scott Pap 

18% 

47% 

Sea Cstle 

35', 

35'. 

Sears • 

16*4 

45 

Seatrain 

8% 

TTg 

Shell 

72*4 

36 

Singer 

8% 

39% 

Sony 

6% 

8% 

XCdlE 

21% 

46% 

South Pac 

43 ' 

27 

Sperry 

54 

X'/4 

Stand Cal 

77% 

X% 

Sun Oil 

81% 

8% 

Teledvne 

44% 

30% 

Tele* 

4 

a% 

Texaco 

40 

73% 

Tex (Suit 


50% 

Twe 

14% 

X% 

Un Cart 

43% 

49% 

Un Pac 

798 

X', 

Un Brd 

14 

16''j 

Un Oil 

58% 

30% 

UAL Inc 

19'y 

22 

U S Steel 

20'• 

12''4 

iMest Air 

8*', 

17% 

Wesfghse 

22% 

51'/4 

Weverhsr 

34% 

32 

Wometco 

19''4 

56% 

Woolworth 

23'/4 

97% 

Xerox 

•>2 

26', 

Zenith 

9*g 

BOX SCORE 

Fr*. Thwrs. 
1899 1918 

376 434 

• 1)55 1134 

3X 351 


Gold 


LONDON (AP) — Closing gold prices 
Friday in U.S dollars a trov ounce; Lon¬ 
don, 632.50; Paris, 638.07; Frankfurt, 
644.97; Zurich, 637.50; Hong Kong, 
647.47. 


Silver 


Closing basic price of lX)0O<>unce cer¬ 
tificates in the Victoria area, according to 
the Scotiabank, $33.50 U S. bid per trov 
ounce and $34.50 asked. Previous day 
$34.X and $36.X. 




REGISTERED RETIREMENT 
SAVINGS PLANS 

As a convenience to our customers, our 
branch will be open 

9 a.m. to 4 p.m. 
Saturday, Feb. 23 

Come in and t^lk to our friendly staff about your Regis¬ 
tered Retirement Savings Plan 

RRSP LOANS AVAILABLE 

1113 Blanshard St. 386-3534 


HorthWestTrast 


f COMRANY i 


FIXED TERM 
RETIREMENT 
SAVINGS PLAN 


12 % % 


OiM Year Tarm 

No f88t 


1113 Blanshard Street 

Phone 386*3534 



HOT FOOD 

RECESSION 
PROOF BUSINESS 

ULTRA-MODERN 
EQUIPMENT TO DISPENSE 

Nationally Advertised 
Hot Food Minute Meals 
$700.00 a Week Full Time 
COMPANY furnished professionally se¬ 
lected locations, finest heated dispensing 
equipment for hot foods and wholesale supplies. 
COMPANY can’t furnish financing. 
APPLICANT must furnish character refer¬ 
ences and a ddsire to operate their own 
business. 

APPLICANT must have adequate working 
capital. 

CALL MR. PAUL MACDONALD 

( 604 ) 687-0511 

Call 9-9 

SHERATON LANDMARK HOTEL 







































BUSINESS 


THE COLONIST, Sat., February 23, 1980 


‘Options 




Closing ofices of all traded options. 
Sales unit Is 100 shares. P denotes puts. 
(Trans-Canada options combine Mon¬ 
treal and Toronto exchange option trad¬ 
ing): 


OpNens 

Ab Prc Mv 20 
Ab Prc Mv 22Mi 
Ab' Prc Mv 25 
Ab Prc Ag 20 
Ab PTC Ag 22Vi 
Ab Prc Ag 25 
Ab Prc Nv 22'/^ 
Ab Prc Nv 25 
Alt GA Mv 25 
All GA Mv rr/i 
Alt GA Mv 27'/>p 
Alt GA Mv 30 
Alt GA Ag 2n‘2P 
Alt GA Ag 30 
Alt GA Nv 30 
Alcan Mv 45 


Alcan 

Alcan 

Alcan 

Alcan 

Alcan 

Alcan 

Akan 

Akan 

Alcan 

Alcan 

Akan 

Aqutin 

Aqutin 

Aqutin 

Aqutin 

Aqutin 

Aqutin 

Aqutin 

A<^n 

Aqutin 

Asama 

Asama 

Asama 

Asama 

Asama 

Asama 

Asanta 

Asama 

Asama 

Asama 

Asama 

Asama 


Mv 60 
Mv 60 p 
Mv 65 
Mv 70 
Mv 75 
Ag 60 
Ag 65 
Ag 70 
Ag 75 
Nv 65 
Nv 70 
Mr 45 
Mr SO 
Jn 40 
Jn 50 
Jn 55 
Jn 60 
Sp SO 
Sp 55 
Sp 60 
Ap ir/i 
Ap 20 
Ap 22W 
Ap 25 
Ap 7V/7 
JV 25 
JV TT'i 
JV 27’/jp 
JV 30 
JV 30 p 
Oc 27’/* 
Oc 30 


Bell Can Mv 17V^ 
BHI Can Mv 20 
Bell Can Mv 22Vt 
Bell Can Ag 20 
Bell Can Ag 7T/i 
Bell Can Nv 20 
Brscn A Ag 27*/^ 
Bk Mtl Mv 22Vk 
Bk Mtl Mv 24H 
Bk Mtl Mv 27Vk 
Bk Mtl Ag 24H 
Bk Mtl Ag 27VS 
Bk Mtl Nv 25 
Bk NS Jn 25 
BP Can Ap 30 
BP Can Ap 35 
BP Can Ap 40 
BP Can Ap 45 
BP Can Jv 35 
BP Can Jv 
BP Can Jv 
BP Can Jv _ 

BP Can Jv 55 
BP Can Oc 40 
BP Can Oc 45 
BP Can Oc SO 
Bow Val Ap 45 
Bow Val Ap 45 p 
Bow val Ap so 
Bow val Ap 55 
Bow Val Ap 60 
Bow Val Ap 60 p 
Bow Val Jv 35 
Bow Val Jv 45 
Bow val Jv so 
Bow val Jv 55 
Bow Val Jv 60 
Bow Val Oc 60 
CBth A AP IT*/* 
CBth A Jv 17»/^ 
CBIh A Jv 20 


Vol int Last Close 

1 717 14'/^S23^k 
59 1020 02'/^ 033'4 

20 405 120 023^/1 

15 364 SS $23^ 

5 615 12 $23^^ 

9 550 02 023^/% 

6 107 03^4 023^^ 

1 31 02>A 023'4 

11 sis S4% 029V4 
35 630 S2ViS29'/4 

10 27110 029'/4 
185 345 150 029V4 

1 3 02 029'A 

10 335 02^ 029*4 
5 63 04 029>A 

2 202 022^066^ 

35 181 09^4 06641 
13 68 03 0664* 

22 253 07*4 066^ 
67 285 

25 177 03^066^ 

4 169 012>4 066^ 
8 259 010*4 066^ 
18 166 08 066^ 
38 142 06*4 066^ 

1 2 012'4 066^4 

18 010 066^ 
560 016 06<P4 

78 011'4 060^4 
60 020 06(F4 
216 013*4 S6(P4 
94 011 060'4 

70 08*4 06(P4 
113 017 060^4 
56 015 O60'4 
16 010*4 S60'4 
60 011 028*4 

10 513 08*4 028*4 
24 356 86H 028*4 
3 818 04^028*4 
55 1098 03*4 028*4 

5 347 05*4 038*4 

21 369 04^4 028*4 

16 19 02*4 028V4 

20 24 03^ 028*4 

3 04*4 038Mi 

77 07 028*4 
55 05 028V4 
38 02Vi0l9^ 


CP Inv 

Nv 45 

1 

14 t8*/S$46Ni 

Denis 

Ap 35 p 

10 

X X XO 

Denis 

Ap 40 

21 

132 S10*A S50 

Denis 

AP 45 

X 

X $7*/} 850 

Denis 

JV 35 

s 

19 817V, 850 

Denis 

Jy X 

17 

27 87**850 

Denis 

Jv » P 

1 

1 84 8X 

Denis 

Oc 45 

5 

37 811 850 

Denis 

Oc » 

5 

5 XVi850 

Dom M 

Ap 65 

1 

24 818 811 */S 


(Torn M Ap 80 
Oom M Jv 50 
Oom M Jv 65 
Oom M Jv 70 
Oom M Jv 80 
Oom M Jv 85 
Oom M Oc 85 
0 Pete Ap 40 
0 Pete Ap 45 
0 Pete Ap 50 
O Pete Ap 55 
0 Pete Ap 55 p 
0 Pete Ap 60 
0 Pete Ap 60 p 
0 Pete Ap 65 
0 Pete Ap 65 p 
0 Pete Ap 70 
0 Pete Ap 70 p 
0 Pete Ap 75 
0 Pete Ap 75 p 
0 Pete Jv 45 
O Pete Jv SO 
0 Pete Jv 55 
0 Pete Jv 60 
0 Pete Jv 65 
0 Pete Jv 65 p 
0 Pete Jv 70 
0 Pete Jv 70 p 
0 Pete Jv 75 
0 Pete Jv 75 p 
0 Pete Jv 80 
0 Pete Jv 80 p 
0 Pete Jv 85 
0 Pete Oc 55 
0 Pete Oc 60 
0 Pete Oc 60 p 
0 Pete Oc 65 
0 Pete Oc 70 
0 Pete Oc 75 
O Pete Oc 75 p 
0 Pete Oc 80 
0 Pete Oc 80 p 
D Pete Oc 85 
OTex Mr ITV^ 


30 995 80 S19^ 


OTex 

OTex 


jn IS 
Sp 12*4 


34 $7 881*4 
1 5 834 881*4 

1 12 822 8814 

5 18 8184 8814 

1 13 811 881 4 

I 6 894 881*4 

1 5 814 881*4 

6 131 839 880 

I 251 833*4 880 
42 986 829 880 
39 1105 8254 880 

10 409 30 880 

73 669 821 880 

II 480 75 880 
71 594 8164 880 

13 234 no 880 
81 623 812 Vi880 
17 183 82*4 880 

212 758 810 880 
41 118 84 880 

14 3S0 83rKi880 
26 390 833*4 880 
24 646 828 880 

3 456 825*4 880 
96 514 8304 880 

II S3 83 880 
45 206 817*4 880 

1 69 8416880 
44 363 814 880 

2 26 8616 880 
219 354 8114 880 

1 3 88*4 880 

78 103 89*4 880 

11 133831*4 880 

12 258 827 880 

1 45 83 880 

38 385 824 880 
38 401 821 880 

15 470 817*4 880 

6 35 87^4 880 

67 264 815*4 880 
1 35 894 880 

10 30 813 880 
5 35 15 8154 

5 79175 8154 

20 100 844 8154 


ICNI A 

1011 A 

I Pipe 

I Pipe 

Kaiser 

Kaiser 

Kaiser 

Kaiser 

Kaiser 

Kaiser 

Kaiser 

Kaiser 

Kaiser 

Kaiser 

Kaiser 

Label A 

Labat A 

Label A 

MB Ltd 

MB Ltd 

MB Ltd 

MB Ltd 

MB Ltd 

MB Ltd 

AAoore 

Moore 

Moore 

Moore 

Inco 

inco 

Inco 

Inco 

Inco 

Inco 

Inco 

Inco 

Inco 

Inco 

Inco 

Inco 

Inco 

Inco 

Inco 

Inco 

Inco 

Inco 

Inco 

Inco 

Inco 

Norcn 

Norcn 

Norcn 

Norcn 

Norcn 

Norcn 

Norcn 


Nv SO 
Nv 55 
Ag 17*4 
Ag 20 
Ap 30 
Ap 35 
Ap3S p 
Ap 40 
Ap 40 p 
Jv 30 
Jv 32*4 
Jv 35 
Jv 40 
Jv 40 p 
Oc 40 
Ap 25 
Oc 20 
Oc 274 
Mv 25 
Mv 27*4 
Mv 30 
Mv 32*4 
Ag 25 
Ag 30 
Mv 32*4 
Mv 40 
Ag 35 
Ag 40 
Mv 20 
Mv 22*4 
Mv 25 
Mv25 P 
Mv 30 
My 324 
Mv 32*4P 
Mv 35 
Mv 35 p 
Mv 40' 
Mv 40 p 
Ag 22*4 
Ag 25 
Ag 27*4 
Ag 30 
Ag 324 
Ag 35 
Ag 40 
Nv 324 
Nv 35 
Nv 40 
Mv 30 
Mv 30 D 
Mv 32*4 
Mv 35 
MV 35 p 
Mv 40 
Ag 35 


49 105 811 853*6 


IS 88*6 853*6 
199 180 817*4 

115 65 817*4 
95 874 8374 

642 83*6 8374 
50 190 8374 
91 160 8374 
14 85 8374 

53 88*4 8374 
41 864 8374 
133 85 8374 

202 83 8374 

10 20 854 8374 

1 57 844 8^74 

10 925115 8244 
10 10 854 824*4 

10 SO 160 824*4 
267 854 830*/4 
606 834 830*6 
582 82 830*6 
4 125 830*6 

116 86 830*6 
407 83 830*6 

33 84*4 835*4 
215 95 835*4 
154 834 835*4 

203 82 835*4 

3 156 814 8334 

1 360 8114 8334 

30 1256 89 8334 
15 64 25 8334 

37 1055 85 8334 
50 921 84*6 8334 

6 143 82 8334 
62 2220 834 8334 

4 75 834 8334 
SO 563 160 8334 

4 8 87 8334 

2 150 812*4 8334 
15 284 894 8334 
17 283 88 8334 
46 607 864 8334 
21 278 8S*/« 8334 

38 973 84*4 8334 
217 824 8334 

99 874 8334 
58 854 8334 
39 84 8334 

680 89 838*^4 
91 45 838*6 
344 864 838*6 
758 84*4 838*6 
144 120 838*6 
86 1448 82 838*6 
14 403 86*6 838*6 


Shell C 

Nv 32*/% 

11 

73 810** 83V 

Shell C 

Nv 35 

10 

U 

89*/% 839 

Shell C 

Nv 40 

47 

57 

87 839 

Stko A 

Mv 25 

15 

2X 

859% 8309% 

Stko A 

Mv 27*/, 

10 

502 

83**8309. 

Stko A 

Mv X 

10 1193 175 830^1 

Stko A 

Mv 32*/, 

4 

46 

55 830*. 

Stico A 

Ag X 

X 

IX 

86 830V4 

Stko A 

Ag X 

12 

872 

829(18309. 

Stko A 

Ag 32V, 

15 

217 175 830^ 

Stko A 

Nv X 

2 

X 

83H83(P% 

Total P 

Ap 25 

72 

X7 

80 132'% 

Total P 

Ap 27V, 

99 1052 

85*/, 832'/, 

Total P 

Ap 27V%p 

10 

157 

05 832'% 

Total P 

Ap X 

145 X12 

839% 832*% 

Total P 

Ap X p 

5 

XI 175 832*, 

Total P 

Ap 32*/, 

97 12X 

82*'% 832*/% 

Total P 

JV 25 

X 

1M 

89'/% 832*% 

Total P 

Jv 25 p 

13 

56 

90 832'% 

Total P 

Jv 27*/, 

34 

240 

879% 832*/, 

Total P 

Jv X 

44 

510 

86 832*% 

Total P 

Jv 32*/% 

53 

450 

849% 832*/, 

Total P 

Jv 32*/%p 

2 

3 

83** 132'/, 

Total P 

Oc X 

5 

227 

879% 832'% 

Total P 

Oc 32*/, 

7 

92 

86 832'/% 

TrC PL 

Mv 27*/, 

1 

526 110 825'% 

TrC PL 

Ag a*/. 

75 

231 

85** 825*/% 

TrC PL 

Ag 27*/, 

11 

IX 

82*4 825*4 

TrC PL 

Nv 77*/, 

1 

1 

83 825*% 

Segrm 

Ap X 

1 

in 

83*4 854*4 

Segrm 

Ap X 

1 

X 

82** 854*4 

Segrm 

Jv » 

5 

105 810*/(| 854'% 

Segrm 

Jv SS 

5 

61 

84V% 854*4 

Segrm 

Oc » 

5 

X 81(H« 854*% 

Segrm 

Oc X 

5 

n 

85** 854*4 

Wcoast 

Mr 12V, 

5 

90 

829% 8149% 

Wcoast 

Mr 15 

16 21X 

40 814'4 

Wcoast 

Jn 15 

35 1145 110 8149% 

Wcoast 

Jn 17*/, 

1 

067 

829% 814^4 

Wcoast 

Sp 15 

105 

863 IX 8)49% 

Total volume 11S46. 



Total open interest 

1431X. 



Grain 


40 

45 

SO 


IX 1933 X 8199% 

Gulf C 

Mv 75 


1 

4 IX 

177 

Norcn 

Ag X 

14 

354 

83*4 8X>* 

X 

499IX 8199% 

GuM C 

MvIX 


56 

302 884 

177 

Norcn 

Nv 35 

9 

73 

87*4 8X*/4 

42 

•99 55 8199% 

Gulf C 

MyllO 


6 

2X8X 

177 

Norcn 

Nv X 

14 

45 

84*4 8X'* 

7 

12 195 8199(1 

GuttC 

MvllO 

P 

X 

K X 

177 

Nor an 

Mv 189% 

2 

142 812 8299% 

1 

44 829%8X*4 

GuH C 

MvIX 


45 

410159 

177 

Nor an 

Mv X 

12 

7108)09% 8299% 

15 

389 83*4 8249% 

Go« C 

MvIX 


X 

4X154 

177 

Nor an 

Mv 22*4 

IX 1211 

tt 8299. 

2 1225 IK 824^4 

Gulf C 

MvIX 

P 

3 

77 12 

177 

Noran 

Mv 25 

IX 2687 

85^ 8299% 

5 

3n 35 8249% 

Gulf C 

MvIX 


112 

384 IXV, 177 

Nor an 

My 25 p 

3 

145 

X 8299% 

16 

523 82*4 8249% 

Gulf C 

MvIX 


229 

234 IX 

177 

Nor an 

Mv 27V, 

136 2351 

849% 829V4 

124 

574 IX 8249% 

GoltC 

MvIX 

P 

18 

X 86*4 177 

Noran 

Mv X 

164 

655 

83 8299% 

1 

13 83*4 8249% 

Gulf C 

MvIX 


12 

34 832 

177 

Noran 

Ag X 

IX 

247 8109% 8X>% 

5 

103 82 8259% 

Gulf C 

MvIX 

P 

10 

6 tt*4 177 

Noran 

Ag 2?*4 

27 

2K 

889* 8299% 

5 

X 821*4 853'% 

Gulf C 

MvIX 


304 

209 8X 

177 

Noran 

Ag 25 

84 

6X 

879% 8299% 

13 

98 8)8 853*4 

Gulf C 

MvIX 

P 

25 

5 811*4177 

Noran 

Ag 27*4 

73 

356 

859% 8299% 

X 

455 816 853*4 

Guff C 

MvIX 


84 

71815 

177 

Noran 

Ag X 

96 

IK 

849% 8299. 

47 

» 811'* 853*4 

Gulf C 

MvIX 

P 

8 

8 815 

177 

Noran 

Ag X p 

1 

1 

83 8299% 

7 

21 815 853*4 

Gulf C 

AgllO 


13 

195 875 

177 

Noran 

Nv 25 

X 

25 

tt*4 829^ 

32 

71 817*4 853*4 

Gulf C 

AglX 

P 

3 

105 82 

177 

Noran 

Nv 27*4 

1 

1 

87**8299. 

77 

ia 814 853*4 

Gulf C 

AglX 


2 

97 869*4 177 

Noran 

. Nv 27*/x 

3 

3 

839* 8299. 

64 

X 810'* 853*4 

Gulf C 

AglX 

P 

1 

18 82** 177 

Noran 

Nv X 

9 

51 

85 8299% 

5 

5 tt 853*4 

Gutf C 

AglX 


72 

112 899 

177 

Nor Tel Ap X 

2 

10 

85** 844'* 

1 

62 817*4 853*4 

Gutt C 

AglX 

P 

9 

24 14 

177 

Nor TH Ap 45 

10 

79 

82'* 844** 

1 

12 8)19% 853*4 ' 

• Gulf C 

AglX 


32 

147157 

177 

Nor Tct Ap X 

2 

IX 

90 844*/. 

4 

4 89*4 853*4 

Gulf C 

AglX 

P 


6 16*4 177 

Nor TH Jv 45 

1 

75 

849% 844** 

72 

671 8)5 857 

Gutt C 

AglX 


13 

47IX 

177 

Nor TH Jv X 

13 

71 

83'/% 844'/. 

5 

209 35 857 

GuH C 

AglX 


n 

44 149V, 177 

POWY C 

Ag 15 

10 

265 

839% 817>* 

105 

862 810*4 857 

GuH C 

AglX 


S 

XIX 

177 

Powr C 

Ag 17*4 

10 

124 

829% 8179. 

127 

668 X 857 

GuH C 

AglX 

P 

1 

1116 

177 

Powr C 

Ag X 

5 

18IX 8179. 

254 1115 859% 857 

GuH C 

AglX 


4 

3135 

177 

Powr C 

Nv 15 

IX 

2X 

849% 8179. 

1 

12 85**857 

GuH C 

NvIX 


8 

42 862*4 177 

Powr C 

Nv 17V% 

I 

1 

83*4 8179% 

X 

23825 857 

GuH C 

NvIX 


13 

18 854*4 177 

Rang 

Ap X 

7 

24 812** 832*4 

6 

232 817*4 857 

Gutt C 

NvlX 


9 

9 846*4 177 

Rang 

Ap 22*4 

7 

1X810 8X'% 

32 

289 815 857 

Gulf C 

NvIX 


2 

28X 

177 

Rang 

Ap 25 

7 

164 

87*4 8r'4 

14 

173 8119% 157 

Gnstar 

Ap 27*4 

6 

81 84 

831 

Rang 

Ap 27*4 

73 

268 

859% 8X'4 

175 

435 89 857 

Gnstar 

Ap 32V, 

10 

10 IX 

831 

Rang 

Ap X 

76 

263 

1*9% 832*4 

4 

X811 857 

Gnstar 

Jv 25 


$ 

46 87 

831 

Rang 

Ap 32*4 

57 

2X 

839% 832*4 

8 

81 115 817** 

Gnstar 

JV X 


5 

72 83*4 831 

Rang 

Jv 22*4 

1 

X 810'* 8X*4 

1 

XI IX 817** 

Gnstar 

Jv 32V, 

18 

129 82 

831 

Rang 

Jy 25 

10 

74 

X'* 8»*4 


Jiv 

Rye 

May 

Jiv 

Oct 


4.45 4.42*4 4.434 - 

i 4.59*4 4457*6 - 
456*4 452 4544 • 


C Gas 
C Gas 
C Gas 
;C Gas 
C Gas 
C Gas 
C Gas 
C Gas 


Mr 22*4 
Mr 27Vj 
Mr X 
Jn 25 
Jn 27*4 
Jn 30 


817*6 

830*4 


5 138100 

15 57 88 . _ 

17 378 834 830*4 
17 398 190 830*4 
46 304 87 830*4 

2 608 85 830*4 

16 615 834 830*4 


HB Mn Mr 35 
HB Mn Mr 40 
HB Mn Jn 35 
HB Mn Jn 40 
HB Mn Sp 30 
HB Mn Sp 35 
HB Mn Sp 40 


25 

5 

3 


Jn 32*% 

27 

134 

82** 8X*4 

Husky 

AP 75 

Sp X 

3 

SX 

849% 8X*4 

Husky 

Ap X 

Mv X 

to 

6 818** 1*8 

Husky 

Ap 85 

Mv X 

7 

582 8139% IX 

lAC 

Jn 10 

Mv X 

13 

524 

889% IX 

fAC 

Jn 12*4 

Mv 45 

47 

X7 

85*4 8X 

lAC 

Sp 10 

Mv 45 p 

4 

70 

82 8X 

lAC 

Sp 12*4 

Mv X 

X 

137 

829% IX 

1011 A 

Mv 35 

Ag X 

27 

236 

899% IX 

1011 A 

Mv X 

Ag 45 

25 

214 

87 8X 

toil A 

Mv X p 

Ag X 

73 

64 

1*9% 8X 

lOil A 

Mv 45 

Nv 45 

1 

11 

879% IX 

lOil A 

Mv 45 p 

Nv X 

X 

47 

85V%8X 

1011 A 

Mv X 

Mv X 

12 

163 

K*/. 8469% 

1011 A 

Mv X p 

Mv X p 

2 

73 

X 8469% 

lOil A 

Mv S5 

Mv 45 

4 

370 

84**8469% 

lOil A 

Mv 55 p 

Mv X 

X 

227 

83*4 8469% 

1011 A 

Ag X 

Ag X 

11 

125 810 8469% 

lOil A 

Ag 45 

Ag 45 

3 

297 

87*/. 1469. 

lOil A 

Ag X 

Ag X 

5 

IX 

14*41469, 

1011 A 

Ag 55 


1 59110 833*4 

5 49 35 833*4 

10 133 82*4 833*4 
" 46 173 833*4 

37 864 833*4 
20 84*6 833*4 
15 62 82*4 833*4 

20 126 8114 885*4 
22 282 88 885*4 
20 291 85 885*4 
10 241 125 8104 

19 371 65 8104 
50 217 190 8104 

20 261 100 8104 
K) 151818*4 853*6 
12 564 814*4 853*6 
3 194 65 853*6 

107 1147 810*6 853*6 
39 228 150 853*6 
477 1455 86*4 853*^. 
38 158 824 8S3*/« 
76 69 84 853*6 

1 1 85 853*. 

46 375 815*6 853*4 
38 397 812 853*4 
91 697 89 853*4 
86 84 864 853*/4 


Rang 
Rang 
Rang 
Rang 
Rov Bk 
Roy Bk 
Rov Bk 
Shell C 
Shell C 
Shell C 
Shed C 
Shed C 
Shed C 
Shed C 
Shed C 
Shed C 
Shed C 
Shed C 
Shed C 
Shed C 


Jv 27*4 
Jv 30 
Jv 32*4 
Oc 30 
Jv 40 
Jv 45 
Oc 40 
Mv 25 
Mv 27*4 
Mv 30 
Mv 32*4 
Mv 35 
Mv 35 p 
Mv 40 
Mv 40 p 
Ag 30 
Ag 30 p 
Ag 32*4 
Ag 35 
Ag 40 


9 186 88 832*4 

7 117 86*4 832*4 

4 103 85*4 832*4 

11 30 87^ 832*4 

3 81 85*4 845 

5 37 824 845 

1 18 88*4 845 

SO 236 813*4 839 

2 315 811 839 
63 493 89*6 839 
95 639 87*6 839 

230 1835 8S16 839 
30 63 160 839 

228 1134 83V%839 

10 24 84 839 

54 481 811 839 

2 19 100 839 

11 274 89 839 

57 445 88 839 

131 464 854% 839 


Jul 

1.57** U7*4 1.449% 1.X'* 

Sovbaam 



Mar 

6.42 

6.42VI 6.X'4 6.41*4 

May 

6.66 

6.66 

6.x** 6.65** 

Jul 

6.K 

6.H 

6.x** 6.869% 

SovbeMoU 


AAar 


22.93 

22.x 22.82 

May 


23.55 

X.27 X.X 

Jul 


24.05 

23.76 24.02 

Sovbaani 

mail 


Mar 


m.X 175.x 176.x 

May 


1X.X 181.x 182.x 

Jul 


1X.X 186.x 1K.X 



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Thav ara the net asset value par share or 
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in accordance with Its prking practice as 
contained In the prospectus of the fund, 
n—no sales charge, x — U.S. Fund, v — 
delayed NAVPS, xd-ex-dividand. 

InstHvN Income 196 

Intematni 5.19 

Resource 8J5 

Nah'Mantbars 
nAHamlrs Fd 6.06 
Assoc inv 9.26 

vBaaubran 6.62 

Canagtx Gr 
vBond 1.46 

Fund 15.08 

vAMrfgage 9.40 

xdCapItal Glh 5J5 
xChase 7.96 

vnComCp Mtg 9.17 
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Amer Grwth 7.58 
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Cdn Sec Glh ia45 
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Option EqutW 4.72 
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WINNIPEG 

(Quotations In tonnes.) 

Open High Law Clasa Thur. 

Flax 

A6av 331.50 331.50 321.00 328.50 330.60 
JIv 336.50 336.50 333.00 333.60 335 60 

Oct 340.30 340.30 338.00 338.60 339.50 


308.50 309.90 307JO 309.90 3)0.90 
Jun 324.50 324JO 322.90 324.50 325.50 

Spt 333.00 334.50 333.00 334JO 334.80 

Bartav 

A6ar 111.20 111.20 110JO 110.60 111.00 

May 1ROO 114.20 113.70 114.20 1)4.00 

JIV 114.10 114.40 114.10 114.40 114.x 

Oats 

Mar 110.10 110. 10 109.M 110.00 110.x 

AAav iiax 110.x 110.x 110.x 110.x 

JIv - - -IW.X 109.x 

135.x 135J0 134.x )3SJ)0 13S.X 
134.x 134.x 134.x 134.X 134.X 
- - -133.x 1X.X 


1M.X 1K.X 1XJ0 1K.X lU.X 
172JO 172.x 172.x 172.X lX.X 

- - - 163.x 162J0 

CHICAGO 

(Quotations in bushels.) 

Open Hiflh Law Cleat Ch'pa 


Cda Cumul 

1)X 

vnCo-(v Fd 

15.x 

Income Fund 

967 

vnLandmk 

17.47 

Intematni 

9.82 

Oestardms Gr 


PkJ Resoura 11.34 

vActions 

12.64 

Taurus 

12.57 

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Page 10/Saturday, February 2,3, 1980 


U.S. shocks Soviets in hunt for hockey gold 


LAKE PLACID, N. Y. 
(AP) — Mark Johnson and 
Mike Eruzione scored Koals 
in an K1-second span of the 
third period Friday, giving 
the United States hockey 
team a 4-3 upset over the 
Soviet Union and keeping 
alive hopes of the first 
American hockey gold 
medal in the Winter Olym¬ 
pics since 1960. 

The triumph before a fren¬ 
zied crowd of 8,500 moved 
the U.S. into first place in the 
medals round with three 
points. 

In another game, Mikko 
Leinonen’s .second goal of 


the game, a 10-foot back 
hander at 7:59 of the third 
period offset a late Swedish 
rally and gave Finland a 3-3 
tie with Sweden. « 

The deadlock gave Sweden 
two points in the standings 
and Finland one. The U.S. 
ean win the gold medal Sun¬ 
day with a victory over Fin¬ 
land. Sweden can win the 
gold Sunday with a victory 
over the Soviet Union if Fin¬ 
land beats the U.S. 

The loss by the Soviet 
Union, the Russians' first 
since a 5-4 defeat to Czecho- 
slovakia at Grenoble, 
France, in 1968, did not ruin 


the Soviet Union chances for 
a gold. A Soviet Union win 
coupled with a United States 
loss will give the Soviets the 
championship. 

The Russians, winners of 
the last four gold medals 
since the Americans won at 
Squaw Valley, Calif., had 
taken a 3-2 lead on Aleksandr 
Maltsev’s goal on a power 
play at 2:18 of the second 
period. 

But no team in these 
Games has been as strong in 
the second and third periods 
of a contest as this youngest 
American Olympic team 
ever. Entering the game 


they had outscored oppo¬ 
nents 21-4 over the last two- 
thirds of their five games. 

And this time, they got 
those two late goals for yet 
another upset. They had top¬ 
pled Czechoslovakia 7-3 in a 
game few expected them to 
win in their second contest of 
the Games. 

Johnson, who had scored 
with one second left in the 
first period, added his sec¬ 
ond at 8:39 oA|he third 
period. A Dave Silk-pass 
bounced off the skate of Rus¬ 
sian defenceman Sergei 
Starikov, and Johnson — five 
feet to the right of replace¬ 


ment goalie Vladimir Mysh¬ 
kin, rammed in a shot. 

The crowd went crazy at 10 
minutes when Eruzione, 
whose name is the Italian 
word for eruption, took a 
Mark Pavelich-pass and sent 
a 25-foot shot past defence- 
man Vasili Perv'ukhin and 
the left leg of Myshkin. 

The Soviets had held the 
Americans to only two shots 
in that session on Myshkin, 
who replaced Vladislav Tre¬ 
tiak after Johnson had tied it 
2 - 2 . 

The Soviets had taken a 2-1 
lead as Krutov iind Sergei 
Makarov sandwiched goals 


around the fifth of the Olym¬ 
pics by American left winger 
Buzzy Schneider in the first 
period. But the U.S. pulled 
even with that one second 
left in the period by attack¬ 
ing one of Tretiak’s few bla¬ 
tant weaknesses — he is 
most vulnerable on long 
shots. 

With the clock winding 
down, Tretiak kicked Dave 
Christian’s 100-foot shot 20 
feet directly in front of the 
Russians’ net. 

Johnson pounced on the 
rebound, stickhandied to his 
left and netted a sharply an¬ 
gled 15-foot shot that 


drowned the Olympic F'ield- 
house in a tidal wave of 
cheers from the sellout 
crowd. 

Tretiak has not played at 
his usual form since this 
Olympiad began, and nei¬ 
ther have the Soviets — de 
.spite whopping margins of 
victory in their games 
against Japan (16-0), the 
Netherlands (17-4) and Po 
land (8-1). The Russians 
needed third-period rallies 
to beat Finland and Canada 
in their last two games. 

In the fifth-place game 
earlier Friday, Anton 
Stastny scored twice and set 


up two of the three goals by 
his brother Marian as 
Czechoslovakia rode a five- 
goal first pc*riod to a 6-1 tri¬ 
umph over Canada. 

John Devaney scored the 
lone goal for Canada, which 
finished .sixth. 

Medal Round 

G W L T FAR 
United States 2 10 1 6 $ 3 

Soviet Union 2 11 0 7 6 2 

Sweden 2 0 0 2 5 5 2 

Finland 2 0 1 1 5 7 1 

Sunday 

Medal Playoffs 

Finland vs. U S., 8 a m. __ 

Soviet Union vs. Svyeden, 11.^a m 
(Points were awarded in the medal 
olavoff to each team based on perfdr- 
mance against each other in the round- 
robin preliminary lournament The So¬ 
viet Union beat Finland 4-2 and the U.S. 
and Syyeden tied 2-2.) 


Second gold for Swede 


LAKE PLACID, N.Y. 
(CP) — Ingemar Stenmark, 
the Sw edish ice man, won his 
second slalom skiing gold 
medal of the Winter Olym¬ 
pics on Friday and a Soviet 
army major w as d.ssuredof a 
special niche in Olympic his¬ 
tory. 

In his usual come-from- 
behind style, Stenmark 
raced the fastest .second run 
on a treacherous course to 
win the men’s slalom with a 
combined time of one 
minute, 41.26 .seconds. 

Maj. Alexander Tikhonov 
helped the Soviet Union to its 
fourth straight biathlon 
relay gmld beating East Ger¬ 
many in one hour, 34 minutes 
and 3.27 seconds. Tikhonov, 
33, has been on all four relay 
teams since the inaugural 
event in 1968. Never an indi¬ 
vidual winner, his four relay 
golds are a record for suc¬ 
cessive Winter Olympics. 


While the Soviet Union 
cannot duplicate its 1976 
over all performance of 13. 
gold and 27 medals, it will 
come close in these Games. 

After 31 events, the Rus¬ 
sians led East Germany in 
the gold column 9-7 but 
trailed in total medals by 
one. Over all, the East Ger¬ 
mans totalled 20 medals. 

The 23-year-old Stenmark 
goes home with his country’s 
first gold medals ever in 
Olympic skiing, an honor 
that won’t be lost on his coun¬ 
trymen. 

He was at his stylish best 
in the slalom as he beat 
American Phil Mahre by a 
half a second. Mahre, who 
skis with pins in an ankle he 
broke on these same moun¬ 
tains, seemed headed for the 
gold after the fastest clock¬ 
ing in the first run. 

But the American ran into 
difficulty in his second run 


and wound up with the silver 
medal while Jacques Luethy 
of Switzerland was third for 
the bronze. 

Stenmark clocked 53.89 
and 50.37 while Myre had 
runs of 53.32 and 51.45 for a 
total time of 1:44.76. Hans 
Enn of Austria, the bronze 
medalist in the giant slalom, 
was fourth with a combined 
time of 1:45.12. 

Andreas Wenzel of Liech¬ 
tenstein, the silver winner in 
the giant slalom, wound up 
12th. 

While Mahre didn't win an 
Olympic title, he did capture 
the men’s world combined 
title. 

Stenmark is the first man 
to win two skiing gold 
medals since Jean-Claude 
Killy of France electrified 
his countrymen in 1968, 
sweeping all three Alpine 
golds at Grenoble. 


Vikings and Vikettes 
breeze by UBC clubs 


ByTOMKEYSER 
Bus Phillips was handed a 
bon voyafiv gift by Univer¬ 
sity of Victoria Friday night. 
Therein lies an unspoken and 
altogether unintentional 
irony. 

Mike Elcock of UVic gave 
Phillips, retiring UBC ath 
lelic director, a prettily- 


wrapped token of mutual es¬ 
teem shared by friendly 
rivals. 

Phillips would have traded 
the package and all the good¬ 
will for two points. 

UBC needed a win at 
McKinnon Gym Friday. But 
the Thunderbirds didn’t even 
come close. 


Nanaimo quartet 
gains semi-final 


SAULTSTE. MARIE, Ont. 
(CP) — British Columbia, 
skipped by Stacey Coomber 
of Nanaimo, and Quebec 
earned berths in today's 
semi-final at the Canadian 
junior men’s curling cham¬ 
pionship. with (jntario wait¬ 
ing to play the winner this 
afternoon. 

Ontario, represented by 
John Kawaja's rink from To¬ 
ronto, ended play Friay in 
first place with a 9-2 win-loss 
record after Itcfeating 
Prince Edward Island 3-1, 
gaining a bye to today’s 
championship match. 

Quebec, represented by 
Denis .Marchand of Trois Ri- 
viere.-;, advanced to the 
semi-final by compiling the 
second best record during 
the week, eight wins against 
three defeats. 

In a tie breaker Friday 
night, British Columbia 
edged Manitoba 5-4 to earn 


the semi-final spot against 
Quebec. 

Manitoba, British Colum¬ 
bia, Alberta, Northern On¬ 
tario and the combined 
Yukon-Northwest Terri¬ 
tories rinks had all tied for 
third place in the standings 
with 6-5 records, necessitat¬ 
ing extra play Friday night. 

Manitoba and B.C., met in 
the late game to decide the 
semi-final position after 
Manitoba downed Northern 
Ontario 7-3 and B.C. defeat¬ 
ed the Territories 7-4 in pre- 
liminary tie breakers. 
Northern Ontario had 
downed Alberta 8-5 in the 
first playoff tie-breaker. 

In other llth-draw action 
Friday, Quebec downed B.C. 

6- 5, Northern Ontario beat 
Saskatchewan 10-1, Mani¬ 
toba defeated Nova Scotia 

7- 5, the Territories edged 
New Brunswick 5-4 and Al¬ 
berta downed Newfoundland 
7-5. 


Today's menu 

FIGURE SKATING 

8 a m. — Island regional competition for non qualifying events, 
Juan de Fuca Arena. 

RUGBY 

1 p.m. — Island Union, second division: Castaways vs. Royal 
Roads, Carnarvon Park, Velox vs. Agrarians, Layritz Park; James 
Bay Athletic Association vs. Vampires, Belmont High. 

2 p.m. — Women's exhibition: Western Washington University vs.* 
James Bay Nighthawks, Macdonald Park. 

2:30 p.m. — Island Union, second division: Cowichan vs. Norse 
men. University of Victoria; Nanaimo vs. Oak Bay, Nanaimo. 

2:30 p.m. — Island Union, first division: Oak Bay Wanderers vs. 
UVic Vikings, Windsor Pork. 

FIELD LACROSSE 

1:30 p.m. — Pacific Northwest League: Victoria Seasprays vs. 
Burnaby, Centennial Stadium. 

SOCCER 

2: IS p.m. — Island League, Jackson Cup competition: Mestons vs. 
Cosmopolitan Royals, Royal Athletic Park. 

BASKETBALL 

9 a.m. — Continuation of Island senior boys' A championships, 
OunsnrHJir Secondary. 

10 a.m. — Continuation of Island senior girls' AA championships. 
Mount Douglas Nigh. 

6:30 p.m. — Canada West University Athletic Association, women's 
league: University of Victoria Vikettes vs. University of B.C. Thun- 
derettes, McKinnon Gym. 

7 and 8:45 p.m. — Conclusion of Lower Island senior boys' AA 
championships, UVic Old Gym. 

8:30 p.m. — Canada West University Athletic Association, men's 
league: UVic Vikings vs. UBC Thunderbirds, McKinnon Gym. 

HOCKEY 

8:30 p.m. — Western League: Victoria Cougars vs. Regina Pats, 
Memorial Arena. 


Vikings, second-ranked 
men’s basketball team in the 
country, toyed with the Birds 
all the way and cruised to a 
72-66 victory. 

Thunderbirds, who started 
the season looking like the 
dregs of the Canada West 
cohference, have improved 
their product considerably 
under veteran coach Peter 
Mullins. 

They came into the two- 
game set here desperately 
needing at least one victory 
to stay in the race for the 
second conference playoff 
spot. Vikings, now 17-0, have 
long since wrapped up first 
place. 

They host the best-of-three 
post-season series here in 
two weeks. The odds are long 
UBC will join them. 

With a 10-6 record going 
into the current series, UBC 
appi^ared to be in the driv¬ 
er’s .seat. Appearances are 
deceiving. 

Calgary Dinosaurs were 8- 
8 going into a Friday-Satur- 
day .set with Saskatchewan 
Huskies. They finish up next 
weekend at home against Al¬ 
berta while UBC takes its 
chances in Lethbridge. 

Odds are against the Thun¬ 
derbirds, despite the fact 
they split with Dinos on the 
season. In case of a tie, Cal¬ 
gary gets second place on 
basis of points differential in 
the teams’ four games. 

Billy Loos scored 22 points 
and (}erald Kazanowski 20 
for UVic, now 30-5 over-all. 
Bob Forsyth had 18 for UBC, 
which was outreboui^ed 46- 
30 and shot a mere 40 per 
cent from the field, com¬ 
pared to UVic’s 48 per cent. 
Vikings led 39-29 at halftime. 

“We were in control all the 
way but it wasn’t easy,” as¬ 
sessed coach Kathy Shields 
after her top-ranked Vi¬ 
kettes struggled to a 63-46 
win over the supposed push¬ 
over UBC Thunderettes. 

As sparkplug Luanne 
Hebb sat out with an ankle 
sprained in practice, Carol 
Tumey-Loos played all but 
four minutes for the Vi¬ 
kettes, now 18-1. Thunder¬ 
ettes, a lowly 1-18, supplied 
plenty of resistance in a 
game Vikettes led only 30-24 
at the break. 

VIKINGS (71) — Ian Hyde-Lay 4, Eli 
Pasquale 3, Om-Is Hebb 2, Ted Anderson 
8, Gerald Kazanowski 20, Biliy Loos 22, 
Reni Dolcetti 6, Tom Narbeshuber 3, 
Keiiy Oukeshire4. 

THUNDERBIRDS (66) - Brad Find¬ 
lay 16, John stark is, Rob Cholyk 13, John 
(XMighty 4, Bob Forsyth 18. 

VIKETTES (63) - Carol Tumey-Loos 
17, Tracy McAra 16, Sandl Lewis 14, 
Cindy smith 11, Sue Shaw 3, Jane Boe 2. 

THUNDERETTES (46) - Jane Wad¬ 
dell 16, Jamie Alexander 12, Agnes Baker 
10, Michele Lanford 4, Cathy Bultitude 2, 
Trudy Lyons 2. 


For the ‘Americans, it 
marked the first time they 
have a men’s silver .skiing 
medal since Billy Kidd took a 
silver in the same event in 
1964. 

The hard-packed artificial 
snow, made even more icy 
by changing weather, .sent 
several of the top seeds to the 
showers. Only 51 of the 83 
starters finished the race. 

Stenmark proved he has 
the temperament to win the 
Olympics, something he 
didn’t have four years ago. 

“Now, no one will be able 
to say that I can’t control my 
nerves,” Stenmark said. In 
this first Olympics in 1976 at 
Innsbruck, Austria, he blew 
two chances for gold medals 
and wound up with a bronze 
in the giant slalom. 

The Russians won the 
biathlon relay because of 
their better shooting — they 
hit all 40 targets— and beat 
the world champion East 
(Armans by 53 seconds. 

The biathlon combines 
both shooting and cross¬ 
country skiing with each 
member of the four-man 
teams covering a distance of 
7.5. kilometres. 

The team of Vladimir Ali¬ 
kin, Tikhonov, Vladimir 
Bamaschov and Anatoli Al- 
jabiev gave the Soviet Union 
two of the three biathlon 
golds. 

East Germany’s Eberhard 
Rosch was engaged in a 
thrilling marksmanship duel 
with Aljabiev, the 20-kilo¬ 
metre individual gold win¬ 
ner, on the last leg that de¬ 
cided the gold. 

Aljabiev hit all five targets 
from the standing position 
while Rosch missed one and 
was forced into a 150-metre 
penalty loop. By that time, 
the Russian already was out 
on the last 2.5-kilometre 
loop. 

East (^rmany finished in 
1:34:56.99. West Germany 
won the bronze for third 
place with Norway fourth in 
the 15-country field. Canada 
did not enter a team. 


Medals 


Medal standings at tbe Winter Olym- 
Dies. Eyeots completed — 31. 

Gold Sil. Br. 


Soviet Union 
Eost (^many 
U.S. 

Austria 

Norway 

Liechtenstein 

Netherlands 

Switzerland 

Britain 

Finland 

Italy 

West Germany 
Canada 
Hungary 
Japan 
Bulgaria 
Czechoslovakia 
France 


3 1 
3 0 
1 3 
1 2 
1 1 
1 0 
1 0 
0 4 
U 2 
0 1 


1 1 
1 0 


(Two silver medals awarded in TO^netre 
special ski lump; two bronze medals 
awarded In men's 1J)00 metres speed 
skating). 

Points 

Unofficial standings by countries 
based on a 10-5-4-3-2-1 scoring system for 
the first six finishers in the Winter Olym¬ 
pic Games. Events completed — 31. 

East Germany 1571;^ 

Soviet union i 54 »a 

United States 85 

Norway 65‘/i 

Austria n 

Sweden 4] 

Finland 35 

Switzerland 27 

Netherlands 25 

West Germany 24 

Liechtenstein 20 

Italy )5 

Britain 12 

Canada 12 

Czechoslovakia n 

France ig 

Japan gv, 

Hungary 5 

Bulgaria 5 

Poland 5 

Yugoslavia 3 

On TV today 

7:00a.m. 

(D Women's slalom. 

9:00 a.m. 

(D Women's slalom. 

10:30a.m. 

CE) Ski lumping, speedskating, 
cross-country skiing, bobsled¬ 
ding. 

12:30p.m. 

(D Ski lumping, speedskating, 
women's slalom 
5p.m. 

QD Figure skating. 

8 p.m. 

dD Figure skating, roundup. 



CHAMPS AGAIN - Edna Messum, Verle McKeown, Elsie Humphrey, Flora Martin 

Flora and friends win another B.C. title 


Flora Martin is heading back to the Maritimes, 
where she launched her sensational career in 
Canadian senior women’s curling. 

The Victoria Curling Club skip and her rink of 
Edna Messum, Verle McKeown and Elsie 
Humphrey won provincial honors for the fourth 
time, Friday at West Vancouver, and move on to 
the nationals, March 15-22, in Fredericton, N.B. 

Martin, Messum, Doreen Baker and Betty 
Stubbs won the 1974 championship at Halifax and 
repeated in Swift Current, Sask., the following 
year. 

The present lineup won the 1979 national cham¬ 


pionship at Vernon, giving the host province its 
fifth win in the seven-year history of the event. 
Ada Calles of Kimberley won in 1973 and Vi 
Tapella of Burnaby earned 1977 honors. 

The VCC foursome downed Shirley Hawke of 
White Rock 11-3 in eight ends Friday morning to 
finish the nine-rink, round-robin event with an 8-0 
record. 

Martin stole three points in the fifth, one in the 
six and three more in the eighth to take the match, 
the last in the five-day bonspiel. 

Connie Barker of North Vancouver was runner- 
up at 7-1. 


Hoop playdowns underway 


After placing second in the 
Greater Victoria high school 
boys AA basketball league 
scoring race, John Ibbotson 
paraded his wares Friday at 
the Lower Island tourna¬ 
ment. 

Ibbotson, who averaged 
19.2 points a game on the 
season, poured in 23 points as 
defending Island champion 
Parkland Panthers trimmed 
Mount Douglas Rams 64-23 
at University of Victoria to 
clinch a spot in the Island 
finals. 

Parkland plays Victoria 
High Totems today at 8:45 
p.m. in a battle for the sec¬ 
ond and third So^bth Island 
berth. 

Belmont Braves have al¬ 
ready clinched the No. 1 spot 
and Mount Douglas faces 
Oak Bay Bays at 7 p.m. in the 
scrap for the fourth and final 
placing. 

Dexter Williams added 18 
points for Parkland, after 
the teams were knotted 26-26 
at halftime. Ian Lang had 13 
points for the losers. 

Ryan Campbell scorcKl 21 
points and Daryl Adams 
added 16 as Vic High upend¬ 
ed Oak Bay 68-58, after 
Totems trailed 34-29 at the 
half. 

Action continues today at 
UVic’s old gym. 

★ ★ ★ 

At the North Island AA 
boys tournament in Port Al- 
berni, Nanaimo Islanders 
defeated the host club 89-63; 
Courtenay Towhees edged 
Cowichan Thunderbirds 79- 
75 and Cowichan downed 
Port Albemi 88-59. Score of a 
late game involving Nanai¬ 
mo and Courtenay was not 
available. 

In senior boys’ A Island 
finals, Dunsmuir swamped 


Shawnigan Lake 99-57; Gulf 
Islands downed Southgate 
56-52; North Island trimmed 
Reynolds 79-68 and St. Mi¬ 
chael’s University School 
downed Brentwood College 
53-51 on a last-second bas¬ 
ket. 

Dunsmuir meets Gulf Is¬ 
lands at noon today while 
North Islan^ plays SMU at 
1:30. The two winners meet 


Hockey 


American 
Maine 5 Nova Scotia 4 
Binghamton 3 Springtield 2 * 

New Haven 7 Hershev 5 
Syracuse 8 Rochester 5 

Eastern 

Utica 4 Johnstown 0 
Hampton 5 Richmond 2 

International 
Fort Wayne 5 Dayton 3 
Central 

Dallas 3 Birmingham 0 
Oklahoma City 3 Tulsa 3 

Quebec Malor Junior 
Quebec 5 Trois-Rivieres 4 
Sherbrooke 4 Cornwall 2 

Ontario Maior Junior 
Kitchener 7 Brantford 2 
Kingston 7 Windsor 0 
Oshawa 5 Peterborough 1 
Niagara Falls 9 Sault Ste. Marie 7 
Ottawa 3 London 1 


in an 8 p.m. final at Duns- 
muir Secondary and both ad¬ 
vance to B.C finals in Hope 
next month. 

Meanwhile, Cowichan 
Thunderettes and Mount 
Douglas Ramblers play to¬ 
night at 8 to determine the 
Island’s No. I senior girls 
team. 

North Island No. I Cowi¬ 
chan trimmed Oak Bay 58- 
44, getting 12 points from 
Twan Klawer, to earn the 
final berth. Host Mount 
Doug, tops in the south, beat 
Port Albemi 65-59, as Alison 
Snow scored 24 points. 


Lori Bailey .scored 16 foF^ 
Port AlbiTni. 

In other second-roundg 
games, Victoria High Tiger3J 
edged Nanaimo 47-44, behin(i^ 
Brigid Flynn’s 14 points, anit 
Courtenay trimmed Esqui-*^ 
malt 52-31. 


BOYS AA FINAL SCORING 

FGA FG FTA FT P 
Al Cole, Bel 166 88 45 33 209 

John Ibbotson, P 133 78 61 37 192 

Ian Lang, MD 174 79 61 32 190 

Marc Haas, Bel 123 73 55 23 169 

Darren Alexander, VH 221 77 30 13 167 


Ron Crabbe, Sp 
Willie Re)d, VH 
Greg Webber, MD 
Ryan Campbell, VH 
Ray McAllister, Bel 
Rob Ekstrom, Bel 


197.61 31 24 144 
137 53 69 38 1444: 
129 58 29 18 134 
120 45 46 28 118-^ 
120 45 46 28 Ido¬ 
ls 44 31 18 106-^ 


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Dauphin 7 Brandon 2 
Selkirk 7 Kenora 4 

Saskatchewan Junior 
Moose Jaw 7 Battletords 6 
Estevan 5 Weybum 4 
Swift Current 5 Yorkton 1 
Alberta Junior 

St. Albert 3 Calgary Canucks 2 
B.C. Junior 

Richmond 10 Revelstoke 6 
North Vancouver 10 Nanaimo 5 


Lansdowne wins 

Alton Davis and Joe Bor- 
kovic scored tries and 
Wayne Christians kicked a 
penalty goal Friday as Lans¬ 
downe topped St. Michael’s 
University School 11-4 in a 
junior high school rugby 
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SPORTS 


THE COLONIST, Sat., February 23, 1980 11 


Cougars face chance 
to even Pats’ series 


Inter'division play has 
been good for Victoria Cou¬ 
gars so far this Western 
Hockey League season. And 
the Cats can even a season- 
series against Regina Pats 
with a win tonight at Memo¬ 
rial Arena. Game time is 8:30 
p.m. 

Cougars are 15-7 over-all 
against the seven Eastern 
Division clubs and have 
eight straight wins on home 
ice over prairie clubs. Re¬ 
gina is the only Eastern Di¬ 
vision club with a winning 
record against the Cougars, 
scoring 3-2 and 4-3 wins on 
home ice while dropping a 
6 2 decision here in late No¬ 
vember. 

Saskatoon Blades gave the 
Cougars a helping hand Fri- 

Baaketball 

NBA 

Atlanta 111 Pnocnix 104 
Washinaton 123 San Antonio 117 
Houston 94 Utah 12 
Denver 122 Golden State 121 
LOS Angeles 132 New Jersey 110 
Canadian Colitglalt 

Lakehead 7S Winnipeg 73 
Brandon IS Regina 61 
Concordia 72 Bishops 59 
McGlil 74 Laval 73 

Winnipeg M AAanitoba 43 
Brandon 67 Regina 60 

World record 

SAN DIEGO (AP) — 
I-arry My ricks broke his own 
world indoor long jump rec¬ 
ord with a leap of 8.38 metres 
Friday night at an invita¬ 
tional track meet. 


day night by rallying for a 7-6 
overtime win over the visit¬ 
ing Portland Winter Hawks; 
Medicine Hal Tigers rallied 
for a 9-6 win over Lethbridge 
Broncos in Lethbridge; and 
New Westminster Bruins 
scored a 7-6 win over the 
visiting Seattle Breakers. 

Pats are the highest-scor¬ 
ing club in the league with 
348 goals in 57 starts while 
the Cougars arc the stin¬ 
giest, allowing 177 in one 
fewer outing. 

Centre Doug Wickenheiser 
of Regina has a stranglehold 
on the scoring championship 
with 139 points and is on a 
record-equalling goalscor¬ 
ing pace. 

The 19-year-old Regina na¬ 
tive has 76 goals in 57 games, 
a pace which projects to 96 
for the 72-game schedule. 
That would equal the league 
record set by Bill Derlago of 
Brandon Wheat Kings in the 
1976-77 campaign. 

Winger Mike Blalsdeil has 
54 goals and Darren Veitch is 
the highest-scoring defence- 
man in the league with 22 
goals in his 94 points. 

In Saskatoon, Tim Hack 
snapped the 6-6 tie at 5:09 of 
the 10-minute overtime ses¬ 
sion with a powerplay goal. 

It was the first loss in 11 
overtime tries for the 
Hawks, ^who had nine wins 
and a tic in extra time this 
season. 


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It was the fifth consecu¬ 
tive win for the Blades, who 
scored six powerplay goals. 

The home team held 
period leads of 4-2 and 4-3, 
but trailed 6-5 with less than 
three minutes left in the 
third period. MacNaught’s 
power play goal at 18:56 
forced overtime. 

Portland has played four 
more games than the Cou 
gars and concludes a four- 
game road trip Sunday in 
Brandon. 

PORTLAND (6) -> G«rv Ywemchuk. 
Tim Tookcv 2. Jim OotMon. John Multan 

2. SASKATOON (7) - Tbttv Pwkaruk 2. 
Kevin Tendlw, Brtnt SaemtoIb. Kevin 
MecNeught 2. Tim Hack. Attendence; 
2.0S6. 

MEDICINE HAT (9) — Bred Kemgth- 
ome. Tom Adams, Ken Solhelm 2, Stu 
Robertson. Tom AAcGllllvrev 7. Gord 
Geidos, Doug Devis. LETHBRIDGE ( 6 ) 
— Dave Barr 4. Kim Bosch. Doug Morri¬ 
son. Attendant: 2.976. ^ 

SEATTLE (6) ~ Dean Posttewalte, 
Alan Graves 7. Tom Marsh, Dan Htid. 
John NeeW. NEW WESTMINSTER (7) 
Randv Wkkware 2. Dan Sylvester 3. Bill 
Hobblns. Anthony McMurchle. Atten 
dance: U11. 

Wesleoi OlvMoR 

0 W L T F A P 
Portland 60 42 17 1 321 256 85 

victoria 56 41 15 0 282 177 82 

Seattle S9 19 38 2 227 319 40 

NewWest 57 6 SO I 196 348 13 

Eastern Olvislen 

Regina 58 38 18 I 349 238 77 

Calgary 56 37 18 1 301 228 75 

MedtcIneHat 58 29 25 5 265 263 63 

Brandon 61 29 31 I 270 296 59 

Billings 57 28 28 1 265 234 57 

Lethbridge 59 26 30 3 282 277 55 

Saskatoon 55 25 27 3 265 27> 53 

X Great Falls 28 2 25 I 73 186 5 

x-totded. 

Tonight's games 
Regina at Victoria 
New Westminster at Seattle 



Eight Flyers, eight Canucks 
ejected foilowing wild brawl 


sutler 


Leafs dicker 
with Rangers 

TORONTO (CP) — The 
Globe and Mail says Toronto 
.Maple Leafs are on the verge 
of a trade with New York 
Rangers that will send 
centre Darryl Sittler, goaJ- 
tender Mike Palmateer and 
defenceman Dave Burrows 
to New York in exekange for 
four Rangers. 

The newspaper says the 
Leafs would receive goal- 
tender John Davidson, de¬ 
fenceman Ron Greschner 
and forwards Ron Duguay 
and Don Murdoch and an 
undisclosed draft choice 
from last season’s Stanley 
Cup finalists. 

^nny Werblln, president 
of Madison Square Garden, 
said Friday a deal between 
the two National Hockey 
League teams has been in 
the works for several days. 


Reggie Leach scored two 
goals in the second period 
and assisted on Bobby 
Clarke’s game-winning 
shorthanded marker to lead 
Philadelphia Flyers to a 7-3 
victory over Vancouver Can¬ 
ucks Friday night In a Na¬ 
tional Hockey League game 
at Pacific Coliseum marred 
by a wild third-period brawl. 

The fighting started at 
14:30 of the period when alj 
players on the ice threw 
punches. Flyer defenceman 
Frank Bathe ignited the 
brawl when he charged over 


NerrH Oivtolon 

G W L T. F A P 

60 33 20 7 228 186 73 

61 25 27 9 239 249 S9 
59 21 27 11 195 227 53 

57 20 25 12 211 212 52 

58 20 29 9 196 203 49 
Adams Divisiafi 

Buffalo 61 38 IS 8 238 158 84 

Boston 58 34 16 8 226 172 76 

Minnesota 57 27 18 12 232 177 66 

Toronto 59 25 30 4 223 245 54 

Quebec 58 20 30 8 171 211 48 

Patriefc Division 

Philadelphia 58 40 5 13 252 176 93 

NY Islanders 59 27 24 8 200 189 62 

59 26 23 10 199 193 62 
59 26 24 9 223 213 61 
58 17 32 9 182 218 43 

Smythe Division 
Chicago 59 26 19 14 169 173 66 

St. Louis 59 26 23 10 I91 193 62 

Edmonton 61 19 30 12 222 249 SO 

Vancouver 59 19 31 9 185 211 47 

Colorado 59 16 34 9 188 230 41 

Winnipeg 62 15 38 9 165 250 39 

Today's Games 
Chicago at Washington (aft) 

NY Rangers at Minnesota 
NY Islanders at St. Louis 
Philadelphia at Los Angeles 
Hartford at Atlanta 
Detroit at Montreal 
Quebec at Pittsburgh 
Boston at Vancouver 
Toronto at Winnipeg 


AAontreal 
Los Angeles 
Pittsburgh 
Hartford 
Detroit 


Atlanta 
NY Rangers 
Washington 


the boards from the Flyers 
bench. 

Vancouver backup goal- 
tender Glen Hanlon quickly 
followed suit as fights broke 
out all over the ice in a melee 
that lasted 15 minutes. 

It took another 2d minutes 
for referee Bryan Lewis to 
sort out the penalties. Eight 
players from each team 
were given game miscon¬ 
ducts. 

Vancouver delighted a sel¬ 
lout Pacific Coliseum crowd 
of 16,341 by taking a 3-2 lead 
after the first period, but the 
Flyers tightened up defensi¬ 
vely after that, outchecking 
and outmuscling the con¬ 
fused Canucks. 

Clarke’s shorthanded goal 
— the Flyers’ 13th of the 
season, made the score 4-3 at 
9:01 of the second period and 
deflated the Canucks’ at¬ 
tack. 

The win was the Flyers’ 
12th in 16 starts in Vancouver 
where they have not lost 
since Oct. 19, 1973. The vic¬ 
tory also avenged the 
Flyers’ only home loss of this 
campaign when the Canucks 
beat them 4-1 Feb. 7. 

Kris Manery and Per-Olov 
Brasar, on the power play, 
gave Vancouver a 2-0 lead 
after only 2:55 of the first 
period. 

Paul Holmgren and A1 Hill 
pulled the Flyers even but 


Curt Fraser, with his fifth 
goal in his Irst four games, 
gave Vancouver a 3-2 lead 
heading into the second 
period. 

Leach’s two goals, which 
give him 40 for the season, 
were sandwiched around 
Clarke’s shorthanded tally. 

Mel Bridgman and Bob 
Dailey add^ goals 24 sec¬ 
onds apart early in the third 
period to wrap up the vic¬ 
tory. 

The Canucks outshot 
Philadelphia 33-28 but failed 
to capitalize on several 
power-play advantages, par¬ 
ticularly in the third period 
when they played most of the 
period with a man advan- 
Uge. 

In Friday’s only other 
game, Colorado Rockies got 
superb goalkeeping from 
Bill McKenzie in a hard- 
fought, come-from-behind 3- 
1 win over the visiting Ed¬ 
monton Oilers. 

FHILAOELPHIA 7, VANCOUVER 3 
Ftru Period 

1. VafKDuvcr. Monerv 5 1:30 

2. Voncouver, Brasor 7 (Smyl. Gradin) 
2:55 

3. Philadelphia. Holmgren 19 (Llnse- 
man) 7;05 

4. Philadelphia, Hilt 13 (Clarhe) 16:09 

5. Vancouver, Fraser 14 (Gradin, 
SmvD 17:46 

Penalties — Holmgren Pha 2:06, 
Clarke Pha 4:27. 10:20, Holmgren Pha, 
Williams Ver majors 19:43. 

Stcond Period 

6. Philadelphia, Leach 39 (Dupont) 
4:09 

7. Philadelphia, Clarke 9 (Leach) 9:01 

8. Philadelphia, Leach40 (Dailey, Bar 
ber) 12:26 


— Bathe Pha minor, major. 
Butler Ver major 6:24, Bridgman Pha, 
Williams Ver nsajors 8:03. Watson Pha 
8:5r. Hughes Ver 12 : 18 . 

Third Period 

9. Phllodelphia. Bridgman 11 (Holm 
gren) 5:35 

ia Philadtiphia. Dailov 12 (MacLaish, 
KHly) 5:59 

PeoatWos - Propp Pha 0: IS, Butler Ver 
7:53. Busniuk Pha. Hughes Ver majors. 
Bridgman Pha double minor, Gradin 
Ver. LIndgren Ver game misconduct. 
MyrePha(serv«idby Vcrvergaeii) K):43. 
(served bv Watson) ll:Qfi DaHev Pha, 
Brldgnsan Pha minors, majors, game 
misconducts, Myre Pha, minor, major, 
misconduct, Busniuk Pha minor, major, 
double game misconduct, Watson Pha 
minor, game misconduct. Bathe Pha 
double minor, game misconduct, 
McCarthy Ver game misconduct. Holm 
gren Pha, Peters Pha, Smyl Ver, Manerv 
Ver, Snepsts Ver. Hanlon Ver, Gillis Ver 
majors, game misconducts, Logan Ver 
minor, double major, double oeme mis 
conduct. Bromley Ver 14:30. 

Shots on goal bv 

Philadelphia 9 12 7-28 

Vancouver 9 II 13—33 

Goal — Myre, Philadelphia: Bromley. 
Vancouver. 

Attewdawce— 16,341. 

EDMONTON 1, COLORADO 3 
FirsI Period 

1. Edmonton, Fogolin 3 (Callighen, 
Campbell) 12:27 

Penalties — Fogolin Edm 4:35. Ra 
mage Col $: 54, Lumley Edm 9:59, Johan 
sen Col 13:00, AAessier Edm 15:39, Camp¬ 
bell Edm, Berry Col 19; 14 

Second Period 

No scorina 

Penalhts — Connor Edm, Pierce Col 
2; 52, Delorme Col 10.13. 

Third Period 

2. Colorado. Ouenneville 5 (McDonald. 
AAcEwen)2:11 

3. Color ado, Valiquette 21 (Morrison) 

8:18 

4. Colorado. Johansen 2 (Pierce, De 
lorme) 19:12 

Penallles — Hunter Edm, Robert Cot 
minor, major, game misconduct 5:57, 
Valiquette Col 11:12. Fogolin Edm 
18;10. 

Shots on goal bv: 

Edmonton lo 7 ^-23 

Colorado 5 10 9-24 

Goal — CorsI, Edmonton: McKenzie, 
Colorado. 

Attendance — 8,028. 


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12 THE COLONIST, Sat., February 23, 1980 


SPORTS 


—Nantes and games — 

New president 
seated by CFL 


TORONTO (CP) — The 
Canadian Football League 
executive committee wound 
up its meetings Friday with 
a few housekeeping chores 
including the official ap¬ 
pointment of the new CFL 
president, Ross Smith, past 
president of the Winnipeg 
Blue Bombers. 

Smith takes over from 
David Burger of the Mon¬ 
treal Alouettes. Berger was 
re-elected Monday as Liber¬ 
al Member of Parliament for 
Montreal Laurier, and is the 
son of Sam Berger, former 
president of the Alouettes 
and the CFL. 

Four days of meetings 
produced little except house¬ 
keeping legislation with the 
longest discussion the one 
Thursday about a proposed 
television football night, 
probably a Friday. 

Commi.ssioner Jake Gau- 
daur has bi^en told to work on 
a 1981 schedule which will 
have three consecutive days 
of play, including the one 
nationally televi.sed game of 
the week. 

★ ★ ★ 

MONTREAL (CP) — 
Right winger Guy Lafleur of 
Montreal Canadiens was or¬ 
dered to begin physiother¬ 
apy treatments Friday after 
club doctors re-examined his 
injured left knee. Lafleur 
suffered what was originally 
described as a bruised left 
knee during a 3-1 lo.ss to the 
Capitals in a NHL contest in 
Washington Tuesday night. 

it it it 

BOSTON (AP) — Wayne 
C'ashman, Boston Bruins’ 
veteran captain, will under¬ 
go an examination today for 
a further diagnosis of his left 


FISHER 
STOVES 
NOW ON 
SALE 

VANCOUVER I 
ISLAND 
STOVE SHOP I 

733 COLDSTREAM AVE., 
(LANGFORD) VICTORIA. B.C. 
Highway 1A, behind Westwind| 
Motor Inn 

478-0322 
CLOSED MONDAYS 


knee. Cashman left the 
Bruins, who are on a six- 
game road trip, and flew 
home after two examina¬ 
tions in California disclosed 
a torn cartilage in the left 
knee. He is hoping to avoid 
surgery which would side¬ 
line him for the rest of the 
season. 

it it it 

MEXICO CITY (AP) — 
Victories by John McEnroe 
and Vitas Gerulaitis 
powered the United States to 
a 2-0 lead over Mexico on 
Friday in their North Ameri¬ 
can Zone Davis Cup final 
series. The Americans, 
opening their bid for a third 
consecutive Davis Cup, got 
off smartly when McEnroe, 
after a shaky start, beat 
Raul Ramirez 6-4, 6-4, 6-3. 
Then Gerulaitis outlasted 
Marcelo Lara 6-1, 6-2, 5-7, 
6-2, giving the United States 
a commanding lead in the 
best-of-five series. McEnroe 
and Peter Fleming face Ra¬ 
mirez and Lara in today’s 
doubles. 

The final two singles are 
set for Sunday, with Orulai- 
tis facing Ramirez and 
McEnroe playing Lara. 

★ ★ ★ 

AUCKLAND, New Zea¬ 
land (AP) — John Bertrand 
of the United States slipped 
past Larry Lemieux of Ed¬ 
monton to win the third race 
and take the over all lead in 
the world Finn yachting 
championship on Friday. 


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COURT 

Located off 600 Block 
Foul Bay Rd. 

Super new 3-bedroom 
architect designed West 
Coast Contemporary. 
Uniquely diftgfent. Full 
price $177,500 

TOM GARDNER 

598-2192 

DOUG BAVINGTON 

598-3929 

COACH HOUSE 
REALTY LTD. 

381-5255 


MAGIC VIEW $89,900 
850 ROCKHEIGHTS 

OPEN HOUSE Sat. 2:00-4:00 p.m. Very good 
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44574. 


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ALLAN TRELFORD 
386-3494 

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ANNOUNCEMENT 


Mr C W. Salmond. President 
of Gardner Realty (1979) Ltd 
is pleased to announce that 
Mr Dale Briggs has again, for 
the third consecutive year led 
in sales production. His ac¬ 
complishments in our high pro¬ 
ducing office are a credit to the 
consistent fine service he cof>- 
tinues to give to his clients and 
fellow realtors He is an active 
member of the YMCA and his 
church, and serves a& an advi¬ 
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OPEN HOUSE-REVENUE PROPERTY 



2616 BLACKWOOD 1:304:30 SAT., FEB. 23 

I Newly renovated legal conversion consisting of 
I two 1-bedroom suites, one 2-bedroom suite and 
four housekeeping rooms, producing $1505 per 
month gross income. 

I AUSTIN MITCHEL 598-3533 

OCEAN CITY REALTY LTD. 381-2233 


Santa Anita racing 


ARCADIA, Calif. - Re¬ 
sults of Friday’s thorough¬ 
bred racing at Santa Anita 
and entries for today: 

FIRST RACE - Time 1:40 2-5 
Miss Gray Jet 

(Pincav) S5.40 U40 S2.60 

Olden Poticv (Toro) 8.40 4.60 

Rime's Marc (Sorenson 3.80 

Scratched — Special Lark. Madam 
AAarkieviu, Processlonate. 

SECOND RACE — Time 1:13 
Timed Jest 

(Valenzul) $10.40 $4.60 $3.60 

Joyous Legacy (Pincav) 4.60 3.30 

No Holme's Image (K Jones) 3.80 

Oaliv Double (MO) paid S3S.60. 
Scratched — Silent Please. Rosebine. 
Walker's Alicetia, I'm Not Blue 

THIRD RACE — Time 1:13 2 5. 

Jan's Promise 

(Ollvrs) 6.40 4 00 3.40 

Annie Art (Valenzuela) 6.20 4.80 

Dumptv Fleet (CM Gonzalez) 23 00 
Scratched — lev Sea, Sunny Dlspo- 
sish. 

FOURTH RACE — Time 1: )2 2-5. 
Donnie Bea 

(Valenzuel) S7.80 $3.80 $2.60 

Peaceful Manner (Pincav) 5.80 3.60 
Travelln Joan (Shoemaker) 3.20 

No scratches. 

FIFTH RACE-Time 1:11 15. 

Black Mail 

(Valenzul) S19.00 S8.80 S4.40 

Photographic (Olivares) 5.60 3.60 
Stembok (CJ AAcCarron) 5.00 

$5Exacta (3-5). PaldS288.00. 
Scratched — Garden Setting. Shanv 
mie. 

SIXTH RACE - Time 1:46 1-5. 

Plastic Fantastic 

(Smsn) S36 60 S17.20 $11.00 

Scratch AAark (CJ Mccarron) 6 00 4.80 
Chief Ouilche (Valenzuela) 6.00 

Scratched — Mr. Wizard. 

SEVENTH RACE — Time 1:12 3-5. 
Delta Terror 

(K Jones) $17.20 $6.20 $3.00 

One For Steve 

(Balfazar) 7.20 3.00 

Summer Sailor (Valenzuela) 2.20 
ISExacfa 0-4) paid $294.50. 

No scratches. 

EIGHTH RACE - Time 1:10 2 5. 

Billie Bets 
(AAcCarron) 

Splendid Girl 
(Valenzuela) 3.20 2.60 

Terresto's Dream 

(Oetahoussave) 3.40 

No scratches. 

NINTH RACE-Time 1:50 15. 
Kinalmeaky 

(Shoemaker) $4.40 $3.80 $3.30 

Serang (AAercado) 15.60 8.00 

Papa's Five (Campas) 4.00 

$5Exacfa (5-2) paid $245.50. 

Scratched — Caiuns Gunrter, Omen's 
Knight, Seven Oseven. 

Attendance 1 7,730. Handle 
$3,435,609. 


Entries 


FIRST RACE —$14X)00clalming,tour- 
vear-olds and up, one and one-sixteenth 
miles: 

Western Scoot n7 

X Oraiswin m 

X QaunsC^nnr m 

Golden OocRv ua 

Gollete na 

Omens Knight na 

Earls Retreat i)$ 

Fast Fist 116 


SECOND RACE — $)5,000 claiming, 
tour-year-olds and op, fillies and mares, 
six furlonos: 

Fairly Maid ns 

Garden Setting ii5 

xThats Solid in 

X ExcItingRIdg loe 

Had A Notion ii5 

Lucky Thrill 116 

Our Laura 118 


THIRD RACE — Sl0,000 claiming, 
three-year-olds, one mile: 

Misty Twilight 117 

Shining Bronze 117 

Grandm Stvns 117 

Nets Victory 117 

Oebys Willing 117 

X MvLdvRvltv 112 

X Shameen 112 

Im Impressive 117 

xBawnsLove 112 


S9.00 S4.00 S3 60 Forlion 
BddKhal 


FIFTH RACE — S20,000 allowance, 
four-vear-olds and up, six and one-half 
furlongs: 

Arrant Drive 114 

inaPelegrin 114 

Independently 121 

HiHaBlack 114 

Reid Street 120 

120 
120 

xWickerr 110 

First Tony 120 

Mudali 115 


FAIRFIELD 

17-SUITE APARTMENT BLOCK 

Exclusive with 

ALAN PETERSEN 
477" 7291 anytime 

D.F.H. REAL ESTATE LTD. 


iotzi 

PRIME RRST MORTGAGES 

FUNDS IN TOTAL OR IN PART REQUIRED 
FOR EACH OF THE FOLLOWING; 


MORTGAGE AMT. PROPERTY VALUE 


$20,(XX) 
$40,000 
$90,000 
$20,000 
$50,000 


$52,000 

$150,000 

$140,000 

$60,000 

$75,000 


RATE 

i3y4% 

i3y4% 

i3y4% 

i3y4% 

13%% 


ALL OF THE ABOVE PROVIDE YOU WITH A 
MONTHLY INCOME. PLEASE CALL BRIAN 
CARTER, HOWARD CLARK or BOB RESTALL at 

384-8124 

1000 GOVERNMENT ST. 


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4429 T0RRIN6T0N (rmt Tarquay) 

Attractivp. 4-b«droom femHy horn* with 2W bathe, maatar haa full 
4-pca. aoaulte. Balcony off maatar ovarlooha beautiful private 
lanced 140' yard with apacloua patk> area. SUNKEN llviog room 
with ftoor-to-calllng firaplaca. large dining L. 20’ hrtchenwith 
eating area, cuatom caMneta, and famHy room off. MANY 
axtraa including Insulation, underground wiring. OWNER TRAN^ 
FERRED. Priced for QUICK SALE. Off era on $96,000. MLS 
44773. 

Reeklence Office Residence 

721-5358 595-5131 478-1510 

SHARON DAILY LAURIE LOZOWAY 


LIGHT INDUSTRIAL ZONING 



New Building — $181,500 


Located at 3028 Jutland. A well exposed building on a 
busy street. The building offers 3680 sq. ft. with 19-foot 
ceilings. Early possession, easy occupancy. For more 
info please cal): 

BOB KOHLRUSS 656-0085 
CASTLE PROPERTIES LTD. 3864164 


SEVENTH RACE — $18,000 claiming, 
four year-olds and up, six and one-half 
furlongs: 

X LalglonsBov 110 

X DonOabrIele 106 

OttToMontem 116 

The Method 115 

X Trader Don 110 

Flying Braviy 116 

Desert Hawk 118 


eighth RACE - $60400 added, three- 
vear-old fillies, seven furlongs: 

SANTA YNEZ STAKES 
BoldnDtrmnd 121 

LaPistola 114 

Hazel R. 119 

Thunderteen 117 

Table Hands 124 

AccipItersFm 119 

Back At Two 119 

Street Ballet 119 


NINTH RACE -$l7,e00clalmlr>o,tour- 
year-olds and up. fillies and mares, one 
mile: 

Ooneress 116 

X Juneviune 111 

Try Windy 115 

Green Indian 116 

Madam Mrkvc 116 

Leals (3ueen 116 

Hi Reiko 121 

Processlonate 115 

X Apprentice Allowance. 


FOURTH RACE — $15400 maidens, 
threevear-dds, one and one-sixteenth 
miles: 

Miss Huntngtn 
Scarlet (Sold 116 

Little Mo 
Silver Lynx 
TimeToTango 116 

BiesChurk 116 

X Erasure 111 


r The Ori ginal Knight ^ 

Ksolunar tables 

.. \|^When To Fish^^ 


SIXTH RACE — $25,000 allowance, 
tour-year-olds and up, one mile: 
Axcender 119 

Back Briley IIS 

Three Bits 118 

FoytsAck 119 

X TheArgvIKd 110 

Grand Allianc 118 


Ori Qinal Knight 

SO 4 .UNAR TABLES 

*When To Fish 
Or Hunt 

According to the Sdunar Tables cal¬ 
culated for this area, the best times 
for hunting and fishing for the next 2 
days will be as follows (ilmes shovm 
are Pacific Standard Timef: 

Minor Major Minor Major 
A.M. P.M. 

TODAY 

11:15 5:30 11:40 5:55 

TOMORROW 
— 6:20 12:10 6:45 

Minor periods, shorter duration, light 
type. 

Major periods, lasting 1'/i to 2 hours, 
are shown In bold. 


Soccer scores 


LONDON (CP) - Results of British 
soccer ean>es played Fiidav: 

ENOLISN LEAGUE 
MvHNm III 

Cokhtster 3 Southend I 
Division IV 

Stockport 3 Bradford 2 
Tranmerje 0 Nev^wrt 2 




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This is just one of Royal Trust's unique ran^e 
of six retire^ment savings plans. RiJe with 
this one, and you’ll roll in interest. 

Guaranteed until March 31, I9S(). 

Guaranteed interest rate, 

hvery three months, we ll bump m the interest on your minimum 

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is guaranteed to lx- not less than ' i of \'r alxwe 

the Royal Trust’s I^luc C hip Savings rate in citetr 
on the 1st day of ea(.h calendar quarter. 

Well send you a tju.irterly statL incnt to kn p 
tr.ic k of your earnings as well as our 

rate for the next s month period. 

And this big plus. 

Royal Trust doesn’t charge .my 
fees for this plan. You lan 
o|x*n your (iuaranteed Savings 
Account R RvSP with .1 
minimum of $2*). 

Get your free RRSP 
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PKTSR DARLING 
LIZ SKINNER 


1205 GOVERNMENT STREET 
VICTORIA, B.C. 388-4311 


DENE MEIKLE 
ALLAN MACTIER 


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*4t€STERN LTO PIAlTOR 

OPEN SAT. & SUN. 
829 KILDONAN 


NEW 3-LEVEL SPLIT 

1490 sq. ft. finished 3 BDR home In 
area of new homes. 2-pc. ensuite in 
gcxxj sized master bedroom. Heatila- 
tor fireplace ip living rm.. sep. dining 
rm. with sliding d<xxs to sundeck. Fin¬ 
ished family room with flue for Franklin 
stove. 2-pc. bath on lower level. Prop¬ 
erty will be landscaped and has ap¬ 
prox. $67,(X)0 builder's mortgage as¬ 
sumable at current rates. $87,500. 
MLS 

GORDON DOVEY 721-5049 

JOHN MACDONALD 384-9160 




WATERFRONT 

At beautiful QuaNcuip. 100' of level beach. 2 BOR 
year-round cottage, fireplace. 5 appltarices and 
furnishings. Large garage with ample space tor rec 
rm. or 7. boathouse, stately trees Asking $98,500 
Exclusive. 

JOAN HALKO 386-1055 






SPACIOUS & GRACIOUS 

Large family home in the Uplands, over 4000 aq ft. 
finished. 3 BDR. master has 4-pc. ensuite. living 
and dinmg rms, den. bath A gracious entry 2 BOR 
down, laundry mi.. 3s>c. bath. 2 rec rms. Dbl. 
dnve-m garage, large lot. Exclusive $194,500. 

TED WEBB 3840815 

DOUG PAYNE 658-5833 


CHOOSE YOUR CARPETS, ETC. 

still time to pick your carpets and 
bathrcxim fixtures on this over 1600 
sq. tt. 3 BDR home in high Cedar Hill 
area. Lot size is over 12.000 sq. ft. 
Home has shake rexjf, am/fm inter¬ 
com, roughed-in vacuum system. 3- 
pce. ensuite, outside air vented heat- 
ilator fireplace in large living room, 
sundeck off dining rm. Double glazing 
throughout, finished family rm. with 
w6t bar and bricked-in flue for Frank¬ 
lin. New home warranty and offered at 
$96,000. MLS. 

ALSO 


We have one lot left In this 3 lot 
subdivision which is over 12.000 sq, 
ft. and we will custom bulW to your 
plans or you may choose one from our 
many plans. May we suggest you act 
now and you can see your new home 
under construction. Call now and we 
will discuss your plans. 

GORDON DOVEY 721-5049 
JOHN MACDONALD 384-9160 



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SPORTS 


Watson grabs tourney lead 
with his best round of year 


LOS ANGELES (AP) — 
Tom Watson, the leading 
money-winner in pro golf the 
last three years, made his 
big move Friday in the sec¬ 
ond round of the $250,000 
Glen Campbell-Los Angeles 
Open and grabbed the lead 
by one stroke. 

Watson, who won $462,636 
in 1979, fired a five-under- 
par 66 over the Riviera Coun¬ 
try Club course for a 135 
total, seven under par. 

“This was the best round 


of my four tournaments this 
year,” said Watson, who won 
the San Diego Open. 

One stroke back were Bob 
Gilder, who also had a 66 
Friday, U.S. Amateur cham 
pion Bill Sander and 50-year 
old Don January. 

Sander shot his bi*st pro 
round, a 65, just one short of 
the tournament record. 
January could have been 
tied for the lead but he 
missed a five-foot putt on the 
final hole. 


wr 

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■ Ao 

7 an 


Sandra keeps 
share of lead 


SARASOTA, Fla. (AP) — 
Sandra Post and Silvia Ber- 
tolaccini, ignoring brisk 
winds, moved into a first- 
place tie after Friday’s .sec¬ 
ond round in a $100,000 
Ladies Professional Golfers 
Association tournament. 


Braves 

storm 

back 

Duncan Blades rallied 
from a 5-1 first-period disad¬ 
vantage Thursday night and 
bounced back for an 11-8 tri¬ 
umph Western Homes in a 
South Lsland Big Six Hockey 
U^ague make-up game. 

Earl Morris, Tom Charlie 
and Neil Merrick each 
scored twice for the winners, 
who scored six unanswered 
goals in the second period. 
Les Clo.ssen, Terry Ellison, 
Ted Grant, Mark Dayton and 
Steve Ludvigson collected 
one goal apiece. 

For the losers, Wayne Pro- 
ceviat found the net three* 
times. Norm Allen and Bill 
Pettinger scored twice each 
and Peter White tallied 
once. 

Smalley signs 

ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — 
Minnesota Twins shortstop 
Roy Smalley signed a one- 
year contract with the 
American League club Fri¬ 
day, avoiding an anticipated 
arbitration ruling. 


Bertolaccini shot her sec¬ 
ond straight 70 to tie Post, 
the former Oakville, Ont., 
resident who carded a 71, at 
a four-under-par 140. 

Janet Coles fired a six- 
under 66 to move into a 
three-way tie for second, one 
stroke back, with Barbara 
Mizrahie and Beth Daniel. 

“The wind is catching up 
pretty strong,” said Berto- 
laccini, an Argentine who 
has won three LPGA events. 

Post entered the round tied 
for first with Mizrahie, Bon¬ 
nie Lauer and Lynn Adams. 
Adams shot a 73 after an 
opening 69 to fall into a tie 
for fifth with Beth Solomon. 

Daniel, the 1979 LPGA 
rookie of the year, lost a 
chance to move into the lead 
because of erratic putting. 
She made just two billies. 

Daniel took 32 putts and 
missed several putts from 
le.ssthan four feet. 

Little shot a second-round 
72, giving her a 143 total. 

Cathy Sherk of Port Col- 
borne. Ont., was at 77-72— 
119, nine strokes off the 
pace. 


Sandra Post 
Silvia Bertolaccini 
Barbara Mizrahie 
Beth Oaniei 
Janet Coles 
Beth Solomon 
Sandra Spozich 
Lynn Adams 
Sally Little 
Pat Mevers 
JoAnne earner 
Marga Stubblefield 
Dale Lundquist 
Donna H. White 
Cindy Chamberlin 
Murle Breer 
Bonnie Lauer 
Sandra Palmer 
Lori Nelson 
Joanne Washam 
Hollis Stacey 
Cathy Sherk 



PLANER MECHANIC 

Pacific Logging Company Limited, Ladysmith Division, 
requires an experienced Plar>er Mechanic fcK a stetson 
ross model 6-14-D1 planer. The successful applicant 
will be responsible for the complete maintenance of 
this machine. iWA rates and benefits will apply. To 
apply for this position in a prime location, please 
contact: 

Mr. D. M. Keir 

Irtdustrial Relations Supervisor 

PACIFIC LOGGING COMPANY LIMITED 

P. 0. Box 1150 

Ladysmith, B.C. 


ASSISTANT HEAD NURSE 
INTENSIVE CARE NURSERY 

Applications are invited from Registered Nurses in¬ 
terested in the above position. The successful appli¬ 
cant wljl be responsible for the review, development 
and maintenance of nursing practice and stahdards of 
care as well as providing clinical guidance and super¬ 
vision of personnel involved in nursing practice, and for 
the delivery of direct patient care within the unit. 
Experience and proven clinical expertise In the speci¬ 
fied area essential. 6.S.N. or equivalent preferred. 
Salary and benefits as per RNABC contract. Please 
submit resume to; 


Mrs. J. MacPhail 
Employee Relations 
VANCOUVER GENERAL HOSPITAL 
855 West 12th Avenue 
Vancouver, B.C. 

V5Z 1M9 



OPPORTUNITY ^ 

i 5 !l 



LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL— 

EDMONTON 

The Legislative Counsel requires an individual to work as a 
member of a Legal team of experts to draft government Bills 
for presentation to the Legislature and prepare regulations 
for filing under the Regulations Acts and Orders in Coun¬ 
sel. 

Qualifications: Extensive related legal drafting experience 
and be a member of, or eligible for admission to. the Law 
Society of Alberta. 

For further information please contact Mr. Peter Pagano. 
Chief Legislative Counsel. (403) 427-2217 
Salary; Up to $40,908 

Competition #M942-2. Open until suitable candidate se¬ 
lected. 

For detailed information, request Job Bulletins and apply 
to: 

Alberta Government Employment Office 
5th Floor. Melton Building 
10310 Jaeper Avenue 
Edmonton, Alberta T5J 2W4 


“I three-putted a couple of 
greens, Including the final 
one, but 1 was pleased with 
my round,” said January, 
who shot a 67. 

Watson, who looks much 
ounger than his 30 years 
and was six years old when 
January started on the pro 
tour, has won 15 tourna¬ 
ments since the start of 1977. 

At 137 came Bobby Walzel, 
who shot 69 Friday, followed 
by a group at 138 that includ¬ 
ed Jay Haas, Stan Lee, and 
first-round leader Tom 
Weiskopf, who carded a 71. 

Jack Nicklaus, playing his 
second tournament of 1980, 
had a 70-143. 

Watson didn’t go over par 
on any hole Friday and .sank 
five birdie putts ranging 
from two to 30 feet. 

★ ★ ★ 


“I hit the bail solid all 
day,” he said. “The course 
played longer becau.se the 
tees were further back. But 
you could throw the ball 
right at the holes and it 
would stick because of the 
wet greens.” 

Canadians Jim Nelford of 
Burnaby and Dan Halldor- 
son of Brandon fired 71 and 
70, respectively, to survive 
the cut with 142 and 144 
totals. Dave Barr of Kelow¬ 
na also had a 70 but missed 
the cut with 148. 


69 71-140 
70-70-140 

69- 72-141 

70- 71-141 
75-66-141 
72 70-142 
73-69-142 

69- 73-142 

71- 72-143 
71-72-143 
72 71-143 

70- 74—144 

71- 73-144 
7^75-145 
71-74-145 

72 73-145 
69-76—145 

73 72-145 

73- 72-145 

74 71-145 

74- 71-145 
77-72-149 


TomWahon 

69.66-135 

Don January 

69-67-136 

Bob Gilder 

70^6—136 

Bill Sander 

71-65-136 

Bobby Walzel 

68.69-137 

Tom Weiskopf 

67-71-138 

Stan Lee 

68-70-138 

Jay Haas 

7D^»-138 

OonPooley 

70^9-139 

Scott Simpson 

72-67-139 

Johnny Miller 

69 71-140 

Gil Morgan 

70-70-140 

John Fought 

70-70-140 

Phil Hancock 

71-7D-141 

Bruce Lietzke 

72-69-141 

Calvin Peete 

69-72-141 

Lon Nielson 

71.70-141 

Lee Elder 

70-71-141 

Hale Irwin 

73-68-141 

Fuzzy Zoeller 

72-69-141 

Jim Nelford 

71-71—142 

Dan Halldorson 

74 70-144 

xOave Barr 

78-7(^-l48 

X— missed dit 



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INSUMNCE 

SMary llljil & car 

Exparipnead claims officar 
raquliad in Victoria. Strong 
ganarai inauranca back¬ 
ground. Excallant poaition 
for paraon to work inda- 
pandantty. Call Maggia for 
furthar datalla. 

Career Centre 
683-4192 
(Vancouver) 

890 W. PENDER ST. 


• Island 
Saw Co. 


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SEE US 

For your ektight 
atove before 
Spring 1080 

ir>creeee« 


ANNUAL RATE 
OF RCTURN 

35 % 

GROWTH EQUITY FUND 
has achieved a price in¬ 
crease of 339% over the 
past five years — an 
average annual rate of 
return of 35%. 

It qualifies for RRSP, 
RHOSP and Pension 
Fund investment. 

For more details and a 
prospectus, call the mu¬ 
tual fund specialist. 

CLIFF LATHAM 

Miditiid Dohtrty Ltd. 

734 BrottflrtMi St 
Victoria, B.C. VtW 1 E 4 

388-6411 

growth 

_ equity fund IM.y 


GOLD RIVER 

BLEACHED KRAFT PULP MILL 
VANCOUVER ISLAND 
Requires 


We are accepting applications from Journeyman Welders 
to fill vacancies at our Pulp Mill located at Gold River on 
Vancouver Island's west coast. 

Must have Provincial Pressure Welding Certificate. 

Hourly rale of pay is dirs 11.76Vi. Full range of fringe 
benefits, generous relocation assistance to successful 
applicants. 

To apply, sand resume to 
MRS. E. M. HERBERT 
EMPLOYMENT OFFICER 
TAHSIS COMPANY LTD. 

1201 WEST PENDER ST. 

VANCOUVER, B.C. V 8 E 2V4 


COWKHAN VALLEY RECKWAL MSTRKT 

BUILDING INSPECTOR 

Applicants for the position should possess the following 

qualifications;— 

(1) Building trades experience at the journeyman level or 
an equivalent combination of training and technical 
experience. 

(2) Working knowledge of the National Building Code, B.C. 
Plumbing Code, with blueprint reading and experi¬ 
ence. 

(3) Valid B C. Drivers licence. 

U) Ability to communicate effectively and tactfully with the 
public. 

Competitive salary range commensurate with experience 

and ability. Plus, an extensive fringe benefit programme. 

Written applications will be receiv^ to March 17, 1980. 

F. K. Csrston, 

Chief Building Inspector, 

137 Evans Street, 4 . 

Duncan, B.C. V9L 1P5 


VANCOUVER SCHOOL BOARD 

requires a 

SUPERVISOR 
AUNO-VISUAL REPAIRS 

This is a working supervisory position with responsi¬ 
bility for efficient operation of a servicing division. 

Qualifications 

—Completion of Grade 12. Including mathematics 
and physics, supplemented by formal training in 
the repair of various audio-visual equipment. 

—Mechanical aptitude essential. 

—Knowledge of lathe work and welding desirable. 
—Considerable experience In the repair of projec¬ 
tors. tape recorders, record players, television 
equipment, etc., preferably in a lead-hand or 
supervisory capacity. 

—Or an equivalent combination of training and 
experience. 

Salary Range: Currently $1,415 per month, rising to 
$1,689 per month in four annual Increments (1979 
rates); excellent fringe benefits. 

Please apply In writing to: Non-Teaching Personnel 
Division, 4th Floor. Vancouver School Board. 1595 
West 10th Avenue, Vancouver, B.C. V6J 1Z8 by 
Friday, February 29. 

Please quote Competition Number 79-140. 


DESIGN ENGINEER 

victoria, B.C. 

J. E. Andwraon and Aaao ci a t — have a vaoanoy for a 
ragiatarad Profaosional CivU E n g i naar with at laaat B yaara 
azparianoa in Municipal Bnginaaiing Including daaign and 
oonatruotkm of watar maina, aawaraga and watar p^ution 
control drainage and road worka. Raapcoaiblli- 

Uaa include suparvlaion of Junior anginaers and taohoioal ataff 
relating to above daaig n a. 

Apj^oationa are alao Invltad from azparienoad aaalatanta 
in the fialda of municipal anginaaring and oadaatral land 
atirvaying. -j 

Raaumes which include datalla of education, work azpari- 
ance and aalary hlaiory including rafarenoas may ba submitted 
to: P^r Oarioka, P. Eng. 

J B Andaraon Aaaooiataa 
811-<}347 Oak Street. Victoria. B.C. V8Z 1R2 


ATTENTION NURSES 

A refresher ccxirse in Medical/Surgical Nursing 
for nurses registered, or eligible to register, in the 
Province of British Columbia and not presently 
employed in nursing will be offered by the Royal 
Jubilee Hospital. Victoria. B.C. 

The eight-week course will commence April 21. 
1980. 

There will be a tuition fee. 

A full-time work commitment will be requested of 
accepted candidates. 

For application form, please contact; 

Miee Q. Jones, 

Personnel CoKHdinator, 

Nursing Department Office, 

Royal Jubilee Hospital, 

Victoria, B.C. 

Phone: 595-9600 

Applications must be returned by March 10. 1960. 




GREATER VICTORIA SCHOOL MSTRKT #01 

DlilECTI»IIFiNSTRIICTH)ll 

(swranm semkes) 

Applications are invited to fill this newly created 
position in School District No. 61 (Greater Victoria). 
Duties will include: 

—an in-depth evaluation of the impact of the 
present special services on the children 
concerned,^ 

—a gradual reorganization in accordance 
with the Board policy of strengthening the 
home-school-based team approach. 

The successful candidate will be a highly qualified 
certificated teacher and diplomatic administrator, 
aware of current trends in special education, with a 
sincere and personal Interest in children with special 
needs, exemplified by courses taken, accomplish¬ 
ments in.the field, and references attesting to ability 
to work harmoniously and purposefully with profes¬ 
sional staff, parents, and the community at large on 
behalf of all children. 

Effective date of appointment is negotiable but 
April or May would be preferable. 

Curriculum vitae and letters of reference should 
accompany a written application to the Instruction- 
Administration Department. Greater Victoria School 
Board. P.O. Box 7CX). Victoria. B.C. V8W 2R1. before 
Friday, March 21, 1980, quoting Competition No. 
1OB0. 


lEAD MONITOR 
AND MONITORS FOR 
LA MAISON FRANCAISE 

_ Maison Francaise is a resklenlial program of intensive French 

language instruction and related extra-curricular activities. A de¬ 
tailed description of duties for the Head Monitor and Monitors Is 
available for applicants. 

HEAD MONITOR 

QUALIFICATIONS; Must be bilingual with some supervisory experi¬ 
ence. preferably in a related field. Preferably 25 years old or 
older; cooperative and hard-working. 

SALARY; $1,695 plus 4% vacation pay for the session, plus 
accommodation and meals. 

APPCMNTMENT PERIOD June 25 to August 16. 1980 
DEADLINE; Applications must be received by 5 p m.. March 21. 

1980 

MONITORS 

QUAUFICAHONS: Dedicated French-speaking individuals who are 
accustomed to working with people 
SALARY: $1,050 plus 4% vacation pay hr the session, plus 
accommodation and meals. 

APPOINTMENT PERIOD: June 29 to August 16. 1980 
DEADLINE; Applications must be received by 5 pm. March 14. 
1980 

NOTE Applications must be by mail only and 
must include a curriculum vitae and 3 
^preferences. 

APPLY TO: 

Miss Monique Clebant. Special Programs Coordinator, 
Language Programs. Extension Division, 
University of Victoria, 
PO. Box 1700. 
Victona. B C. V8W2Y2 


university extension 9 university of victoria 


THE COLONIST, Sat., February 23, 1980 1 3 


CANADA WORLD YOUTH has openings for co-or¬ 
dinators and group leaders in its international exchange 
programme with developing countries in Africa. Asia and 
Latin America. 

THE PfKXMAMIK. The aim of the programme Is to promote an understanding 
Of cross-cuHural communication and developmeni through a generally 
community oriented programme In which both work and learning are pome 


—Experience and knowledge about Internabooal and community devetgp- 
ment; 

—Flexible, mature and an atxkty to withetand stress 
—WWingness to hve away from home community lor a penod of 9-10 
months; 

—Prelerence tor bWngual people. Trilingual for Latin America; 

—Preference tor peo^ between 23 and 35 years ol age 

THE COHTRACT. Startmg Date; 2nd programme — JULY 

For a 10 month period uo-ordinators — $1080 a monih Group Leaders — 

$030 a month. During the contract period, ail coats for food, lodging and 

tranaportaiion wM be paid by Canada World Youth. 

APPLICATION DEADLINES—March 28 tor 2nd programme 
FOR APPLICATION forme and/or more information, CONTACT; 

CANADA WORLD YOUTH, 

2524 Cypresa Street or your local Manpower Centre 

Vancouver, B.C. VSJ 3N2 Phorw: 732-5113 


THE COORDINATOR together wtth his/her exchange country counterpart, 
gives direction and leadership to the country programme as a whole S/he 
administers the programme and is CWY's official reprelentative overseas, 
acting in Haleon with the exchange country parties involved 
THE GROUP LEADER Is largely responsible for protect development Together 
with his/her exchange country counterpart, s/he lacititales participant learning 
and is responsible for maintaining an on-going involvement with the partici¬ 
pants 

QUALIFICATIONS 

—University education In Human Sciences or equivalent 

m education and working with young people in a group 


BUILDING SUPERINTENDENT 

Oxford Development Group Limited has an 
immediate opening for a Building Superin¬ 
tendent in Victoria. 

Responsibilities will include performing 
water tests, meter readings, inspection 
tours of mechanical equipment and cooling 
towers, making periodic adjustments of 
mechanical systems (greasing etc.,) opera¬ 
tion and maintenance on all heating venti¬ 
lation and air conditioning equipment, 
maintaining fire service equipment, and 
performing preventative maintenance on 
all equipment as scheduled and required, as 
well as co-ordination of tenant construc¬ 
tion. 

The successful applicant must have 1 - 2 
years previous experience in a building 
superintendent or mechanical maintenance 
position plus an A or B building operator’s 
certificate. 

This position offers excellent salar>' and 
benefits. Please phone or write (in confi¬ 
dence) to: 


Jane Dunkerly 

OXFORD DEVELOPMENT GROUP LIMITED 
#308 - 1175 Douglas Street, 

Bank of Commerce Building 
Victoria, B.C. V8W 2E1 

Phone: (604 ) 388-5731 


CORPORATE 
PLANNING SPECIALISTS 


The British Columbia Systems Corporation, the 
Crown Corporation servicing the data processing 
requirements of the Provincial Government's Min¬ 
istries and Agencies has an immediate requirement 
for Corporate Pfenning Specialists. These positions 
report to the Manager, Corpenate Planning, and are 
responsible for the determination, co-ordination, 
compilation and analysis of information in order to 
develop Corporate business and technical plans 
having significant and long-term impact on the 
strategic direction of the Corporation. 

The successful applicants will have extensive prov¬ 
en success and experience in scheduling and 
business planning, extensive knowledge of sys¬ 
tems development methodologies, and forecasting 
in uae In the data processing field, a broad knowl¬ 
edge of, and experience in developing organiza¬ 
tional goals and (k>)ectives. The applicants must be 
able to work independently and to deal effectively 
and tactfully with all levels of personnel. 

These positions offer a salary commensurate with 
experience and an excellent employee benefit 

parage. 

Location: Victoria 


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OVERSEAS TEACHING POSITIONS 


NIGERIA, MALAWI & LESOTHO 

World University Service of Canada, on behalf of the Ministries of 
Education of the above countries has volunteer and contract 
positions available for teachers of the following subjects: 


MATHEMATICS, SaENCE and ENGLISH (T.E.S.L.) 
at upper level schools (secondary and college level) 
GEOGRAPHY (secondary school level) 
TECHNICAL SUPPORT PERSONNEL In EDUCATION, 
HEALTH, AGRICULTURE, RURAL DEVELOPMENT 
and COMMUNICAIONS are also required. 


All assignments will be for a two year period and will begin April 
1980 or sooner. 

Applicants should have a university degree in their subject as 
well as a recognized teaching certificate or degree in education. 
Technical support staff require a university degree or other 
appropriate certification. 

Volunteer positions offer rent-free housing, monthly living allow¬ 
ances, airfares and a re-settlement allowance. 

Contract positions (Nigeria) offer subsidized housing, airfares, 
free medical insurance, salary based on qualifications and 
experience Contract gratuity, contract addition, and car allow¬ 
ance are also offered. 


An Information session will be held on March 6th at 8;00 p.m. at 
Room 167, Elliot Building, University of Victoria. 






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14 THE COLONIST, Sat.. February 23, 1980 






PREVUE 
PA YOFF 
PEZZLE 


THIS WEEK'S PRIZE IS $150.00 



CONTEST 

RULES 

1 . Solve the Prevue PayoH 
Muzzle by tilling in the missing 
fetters to make the words that 
you think best tit the clues. To 
do this read each clue care¬ 
fully 

SC Check the word list. It has 
<iN the correct answers plus 
some you will have to elimi¬ 
nate 

3. You need not be a sub¬ 
scriber to this newspaper in 
ofder to enter. You may sub¬ 
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vi(ish on the entry blank print¬ 
ed in this newspaper or 
e,xact-sized, clear, hand- 
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^ entry blank NO MECHAN- 
ft^LLY PRODUCED. PRINT¬ 
ED. MIMEOGRAPHED, etc 
oopies of the entry blank will 
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contain the contestant s 
name, address and phone 
(lumber or it will not be ac¬ 
cepted 

4 . Anyone is eligible to enter 
rtiis contest except em¬ 
ployees (and members of 
their families) of Victoria 
Press Ltd. 

5. All entries MUST be 
mailed and bear a postmark. 
The paper is not responsible 
for entries lost or delayed in 
the mail. Entries for each 
week s contest not received 
for judging by 12 noon the 
following Wednesday are not 
eligible. 

6. To qualify you must write 
your answer to one of the 
Ctues on the outside of the 
envelope See coupon for in- 
strucli^s 

7. Prevue will award the cur¬ 
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who sends in an all correct 
solution If more than one all 
correct solution is received 
the prize money will be shared 
equally If no all correct sofu- 
lion is received, $50 will be 
added to the following week s 
prize. 

4. There is only one correct 
solution to each pu 2 ;zle and 
pnly the correct answer can 
win. The decision of the 
Judges is final and all contes- 
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Judges decision. All entries 
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9. Everyone has the same 
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10. Entries must be mailed 
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Victoria. B.C V8W 2N4. One 
^ntry per envelope. 

11. Prevue reserves the 
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12. Puzzle clues may be ab¬ 
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AN. THE and A omitted. 


PREVUE PAYOFF PUZZLE is the intriguing word puzzle game the whole family 
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THIS CROSSWORD is not a draw. It tests your knowledge of Words and pays off 
for EVERY correct solution. All you have to do is complete each of the words iri a 
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PLEASE NOTE: EACH ENTRY MUST BE IN A SEPARATE ENVELOPE 


CLUESACROSS 

1. It’s only reasonable to 
expect them to get dirty 
fairly quickly. 

4. Sort of container in 
which something trea¬ 
sured may be kept. 

7. After — for years ip a 
barn or shed somewhere, 
a vintage car may re¬ 
ceive a new lease of life. 

9. Jump on one leg. 

10. You’d hardly expect to 
buy a really handsome — 
for next to nothing. 

13. A landlord might well re¬ 
ceive complaints about a 

— and gloomy passage¬ 
way. 

14. A unit of Italian curren¬ 
cy. 

15. Lure for a fish. 

16. If you can — out on the 
road before there’s too 
much traffic ahead, a 
journey may be much 
easier. 

17. At the present time. 

18. An amateur photog¬ 
rapher could be well 
pleased to have taken a 
good picture of one. 

21. There’s always a good 
demand for — records 
made by a pop star. 

22. In debate, stating your 
opinion briefly, you don’t 
really have time to make 

— points. 

23. In a good family atmo¬ 
sphere, no normal par¬ 
ents would envisage 
their child growing up to 
be this. 


CLUES DOWN 

1. Tattered remnants of a 
defeated army — to- 

. wards safety would 
make even worse 
progress if strafed. 

2. Ready money. 

3. A shady character in 
fear of his life will very 
quickly — out of town. 

4. Lumbermen must take 
great care to protect 
their—. 

5. Heavy ones may seem 
just too burdensome. 

6. It’s depressing to be in 
need of — dental treat¬ 


ment. 

8. Part of the foot. 

11. The —of one church may 
well resemble that of 
many another. 

12. Perished in water acci- 

BAIT 
BRAINY 
BRAWNY 
CASH 
COATS 
COSTS 
DANK 
DARK 
DECENT 
DROWNED 
EXPENSIVE 
EXTENSIVE 


WORD 

GET 

HAVEN 

HOP 

ITS 

LEGS 

LIRA • 

LOCKED 

LOCKER 

LOCKET 

LOGS 

NAME 


dent. 

15. It’s possible for a — man 
not to have all that much 
common sense. 

19. Less than eleven. 

20. A possessive word. 

LIST SETTEE 
SETTER 
SHY 
SKIP 
SLIP 
SLY 
SOCKS 
SPY 

STRAGGLING 
STRUGGLING 
TEN 
TOE 




-PAYOFF PUZZLE- 

Correct Answers to Last Week's Puzzle 



MAIL TO 

PREVUE PAYOFF PUZZLE 
VICTORIA PRESS LTD 
BOX 300. 

VICTORIA. B C 
VBW 2N4 


NAME 

ADDRESS 


IMPORTANT 

TO QUALIFY WRITE YOUR 

ANSWER TO ”7 ACROSS" 

ON THE OUTSIDE OF 
YOUR ENVELOPE 


PHONE 


No lotlort. or lottors without th« roquirod 17 c*nU pottaqo x 

b« accoptod for judging in thia contaat. 


CLUES ACROSS 


1. BITTEN not bitter. The tone of the clue suggests a 
case of sudden, snappish displeasure, ^ut being 
bitter is just a fundamental sourness. 

6. PLAY not pray. PLAY is the more reasonable 
answer, since youngsters forbidden to gamble may 
well do so in secret, whereas pious children may 
well accept guidance in matters of prayer. 

7. LOCK not luck. Luck is simply a question of what 
chances to happen; it gives no real “aid.” 

8. COT not cat. The word “damaged” (rather than 
“injured”) .suits COT better. Also a cat with a 
.seriously injured leg may well be better put to 
sleep. 

14. TORN not worn. We all wear more or less worn 
clothing. A “hobo,” more especially, won't be fussy 
about TORN clothes. 

16. FIRM not film. An exposed film simply wants 
developing, and is hardly termed “ready for de¬ 
velopment.” The clue is worded better lor firm. 

21. WEALTHIER not healthier. A man reaches the 
peak of good health, and cannot improve more than 
that. He would maintain his health. 

22. PERSONS not parsons. “Plenty” of PERSONS, 
including all parsons, are pious. 

23. PALE not pals. The clue implies that being 
PALE/pals can be associated with harm — more 
reasonably in the case of PALE. 


CLUES DOWN 


1. BALLET not bajlot Whereas a BALLET might 
involve the efforts, directly or indirectly, of more 
people than one might have imagined, there is no 
ostensible basis for as.suming a “ballot” to involve 
any particular number of persons. 

2. TRACES not tracks. No TRACES of any kind, 
whether or not actual tracks (footprints, etc.). 

3. BOY not joy. A very fine, admirable or “great 
BOY,” yes; but it’s a question of his being a great 
joy to her (not simply a “great joy” as seen by “all” 
concerned). 

4. WATCHER not catcher. The catcher is part of the 
.spectacle; he cannot see “every move,” including 
his own actions. 

9. TIPPLE not topple. “Lead to” suits TIPPLE better. 
A tendency to topple is, or evinces, marked un¬ 
steadiness. 

10. BLOW not blob or blot. A BLOW can be a “mere” 
dab, i.e., only a light BLOW as opposed to a heavier 
one. The clue’s attitude is less well suited to a blob, 
or a blot, which can simply mean a dab of something 
(why “mere”?). 

11. PINS not pink. The clue is best suited to something 
dressmakers in general use, that one may use more 
than another uses, so pink is less necessarily apt. 
Also, the color, as such, is in the designing rather 
than the practice of making their own dresses. 

17. MULES not moles. MULES are looked after by 
man. Against moles, one can imagine any wild 
animals .starving in the event of natural vicissitudes 
going against them. 


FEATURE/B.C. 

Promoters ready 
home area tours 

Rain or shine. Greater Victoria residents will become 
tourists in their own town for one weekend, March 15-17. 

Victoria Attractions Association is sponsoring the event, 
in its eighth consecutive year. 

A i3 ticket provides admission to Anne Hathaway’s 
Cottage, the Classic Car Museum, the Maritime Mu¬ 
seum, Miniature World, Pacific Undersea Gardens, the 
Royal London Wax Mu.seum and .Sealand of the Pacific. A 
ride on Grayline Sightseeing buses, a McDonald’s ham¬ 
burger, a Coke from Goodwill Bottling, coffee from the 
Visitors Information Centre served by Fable Cottage Es 
tate and chances on door prizes worth more than $2,- 
0(X) are also Included. 

Tickets go on sale Monday, .March 10. 

Outlets include Eaton’s, The Bay, Woolco, Mayfair 
and Hillside malls. Beacon Barbt'r in Sidney, Peacey’s 
Hardware, Esquimau, Westwind International Motel, Lang- 
ford and the Visitors Information Centre on Govcrnmrnt. 

Monday, March 17, has been designated as Senior 
Citizens Day since Saturday and Sunday crowds include 
many families with children. S^eniors will find it easier to 
get around to the attractions Mondiiy. 


Registering Now in Victoria . 


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DIVORCED WOMAN AWARDED $1.1 MILLION IN SHARES 


VANCOUVER (UPC) —A 
British Columbia Supreme 
Court justice in a precedent- 
setting decision Friday 
awarded a divorced Vancou¬ 
ver woman .shares worth $1 ,- 
112,550 in her ex-husband’s 
two companies. 

Justice R.P. Anderson or¬ 
dered that Leonard Margo- 


lese, 50, transfer half the 
shares in Major Develop¬ 
ments Ltd. and Z Securities 
Ltd. to his ex-wife Nancy, 
saying that in the case of a 
long marriage a wife is to be 
treated as a true partner in 
every respect. 

The judge earlier granted 
a divorce to Mrs. Margolese, 


49, who claimed a one-half 
interest in her husband’s 
assets under the Family Re¬ 
lations Act. 

The couple, married in 
1950, had three children and 
assets totalling $4.66 million. 
They established Columbia 
TV in 1954 and later Incor¬ 
porated Columbia Television 


Ltd., both of which pro¬ 
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ments and Z ^curities were 
formed later. 


The judge held that the 
shares owned by Margolese 
in Major and Z were family 
a.ssets because they were 






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CNTEHTflINMENT 

Maggie disco 
pressure cited 


THE COLONIST, Sat., February 23, 1980 1 5 



FOUR SEASOSS 
MUSICAL THEATRE 

ffrmti 

A MUSICAL PLAY 
FOR CHILDREN 
OF ALL AGES 

SPECIAL RONALD McDONALD DAY 
SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 23, 2 P.M. 

McPherson playhouse 

All tickets $2.50, doors open 1 p.m. 


TOKYO (UPI) — Promot¬ 
ers who have asked Mar- 

§ aret Trudeau to open a 
isco in Tokyo said ^day 
they are facing pressure 
from Canadian officials to 
drop the invitation. 

Mrs. Trudeau, the es¬ 
tranged wife of Canadian 
Liberal Party leader Pierre 
Trudeau, who made a stun¬ 
ning political comeback in 
Monday's Canadian elec¬ 
tions, is to receive $20,000 for 
attending the March 3 open¬ 
ing of the Night Story disco 
in the fashionable Roppongi 
district. 

Disco owner Kichinosuke 
Sasaki said Canadian em¬ 
bassy officials in Tokyo tried 
to persuade him to drop the 
invitation. 

‘They visited my office 
this morning," he said in an 
interview. "I can’t tell you 
exactly what the officials’ 



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visit was about, but you 
should be able to guess.’’ 

"We are now facing diffi¬ 
culties,’’ he added. 

A spokesman for the Cana¬ 
dian embassy denied that 
embassy officials had visit- 
. cd Sasaki. 

"We have no comment as 
far as Mrs. Trudeau’s visit. 
If she comes, she would be 
coming as a private individ¬ 
ual,’’ the spokesman said. 

Sasaki, a real estate deve¬ 
loper, said he had a contract 
with Mrs. Trudeau for the 
visit. 

The contract, signed 
through her Canadian law¬ 
yer in mid-February, says 
Mrs. Trudeau would "just sit 
and dance’’ at the disco, Sa¬ 
saki said. 



8:00 P.M. 

MAR. 2 ft 5 2:00 PJM. 

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by Arthur Murray Dance Studio, 
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Hair Designers, Ingledew's, 
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Norman Cosmetic Studio, 
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Agency, New York 
New York Discotheque, 
and Photography 
by Kim. 


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Saturday afternoons'2—4 pm 
at New York New York. 

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16 THE COLONIST, Sat., February 23, 1980 



THE BUTCHART GARDENS — Open year round at 9 
a.m. Admission gate now closing 4:00 p.m. 


THE BGTCHART GARDENS* RESTAliRANT — 
OPEN YEAR ROUND — Serving detectable Garden 
Lunches and scrumptious High Teas beside a crack¬ 
ling hearth in the relaxed atmosphere of the historic 
Butchart resiaence. Now open 10 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. 

COFFEE BAR SERVICE — Available 10 a m. to i 
p.m. 

SEE HOW OUR SEEDS ARE PACKAGED — Hand 
packaging of seeds in the Gift Store is fascinating to 
watch. We have many specialty items found only in our 
store. 

15 ACRES OF GARDENS — An invigorating stroll 
through these majestically beautiful gardens, a spot of 
tea by^our crackling hearth and seed packaging on 
display combine for a fine outing. 


STRATIICONA HOTEL — British Columbia’s largest 
night-life centre, 919 Douglas St., 38,1-7137. Featuring 
“THE OLD FORGE” Nightclub with live music of 
“THE BROTHERS FORBES AND FRIENDS.’’ 3 Dis¬ 
cotheques — “THE STING,” “THE CUCKOO’S 
NEST” and “IVY’S” and a unique lounge called “BIG 
BAD JOHN’S" featuring Hillbilly atmosphere. Lun¬ 
cheon served daily in “THE STING” and lunch and 
dinner .served in the “CUCKOO’S NEST” 

"Everybody knows who’s Number One!” 


CENTURY INN — ENTERTAINMENT PLUS!! 
“DECA-DANCE DISCOTHEQUE’* — Elegance of the 
’30s, the energy of the ’80s, the first Disco of the new 
decade. “OUR PUB” presents the be.st exotic dancing 
in town daily noon to 6 followed by Disco Dancing ’til 
midnight. Century Inn. Pandora at Government on 
Centennial Square. 383-1151. 


.STEWARTS — Nightly dining par excellence — Vic¬ 
toria’s best — Louise Rose at the piano. 388-7021. 


KOSTAS — Authentic Greek dining. >Live entertain¬ 
ment nightly. 384-4196. 


GRAYLINE SIGHTSEEING TOURS — Butchart Gar 
dens — includes afternoon tea — 1 :.10 dailv. Grand City 
Drive — daily — 11:30 and 2 p.m. 388-524*8. 


RECREATION: OAK BAY — Your place for fun and 
fitness! .Swimming, skating, curling, tennis, socializing 
. . . F’or more information please dial 595-SWIM. 


INGRAHAM RODEWAY INN — Victoria’s Country 
Music Spot — Featuring Nashville, B.C. in the Big ‘I’ 
Cabaret. Top live bands, Friday and Saturday 9-2 a.m. 
This h'riday — “Cro.ss Roads” — Saturday “Rico¬ 
chet”. 



PUBLIC SKATING 
WEEKLY PROGRAM 


Friday. 7-9:45 p.m. 
Sunday. 1:30-3;30 p.m, 
7:00-9:00 p.m. 


FAMILY SKATING 

Sat 10:30-12 NOON 

PARENT — TOT 

Wed.-FrI. 10-11.30 a.m. 
Mon. 1:30-3:00 p.m. 


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Mon.-Fri. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. 




LIVE ^ 

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presents 

Habeas Goppas 

by Alan Bennett 
Directed by: 

Tony Nicholson 


FEB. 21 
to 

MARCH 1 

Slightly Restricted 
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8:15 P.M. 

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FOR RESERVATIONS 
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Served with a choice of 
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fresh vegetables, slice of 
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IN THE LOUNGE: 



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GALA PERFORMANCE 
TONIGHT 

Pacifit Opera with 
the 

Victoria Symphony Orchestra 




presents 


MIMMEEME 


THIS WEEK 


R 

GEORGINA 
and RAY 

Mon. thru Sat 
froni 8 p. 111 . 

inn 

[ VICTORIA’S 

ENTEWTAINMCNT CSIITWg 

an attraction of 2-18^ 

EpicrIaipnKiT 


IT’S 99* 
MONTH at 

RED LION MOTOR INN 

RED LION 

COFFEE GARDEN 
Breikiast Special 

includes 2 

eggs, hash AAf 

browns and 

toast. # # 

Steak and Eggs 

Served TW 

anytime. JL 

Luncheon Special 

Includes chef's choice 
of sandwich J QA 

and cup of | 

DINNER 

Steak Dinner 

Includes baked potato 
or french fries, 
garden ^ qa 

vegetable, rolls 
and butter. A* 

TOWER LOUNGE 

Featuring 


PUCCINI'S GREAT DRAMATIC OPERA 



Tickets: 

$5.50, $7.M. $10.00 
$12.50 and $15.00 

AvaiUblc at: 

The McPherson, 

Hillside Ticket Centre, 
Halley Park, 

Brandywine Store, 

Cards 'N Things (Sidney) 


A Timeless Story of Passion and Beauty, Life and Death 
in Mid-19th Century Paris 


Featured guest soloists from 
New York, Seattle, Vancouver 
with talented local 
performers 

Four grand performances 
February 21, 22, 23, &00 p.m. 
February 24, 2.-00 p.m. 

THE McPherson puyhousi 


BOODLES 

Starting Monday, 
Nightly. 


The Red Lion : 
Coffee Garden ; 

Open daily from h 
6 a.m. 'til 10 p.m. m 

fra pr i 

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3366 Douglas - 
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DINING 
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On the waterfront with Victoria’s most 
spectacular view of the Inner Harbour. 
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Fri. and Sat. 
Feb. 22 & 23 

BLUE 

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BAND 

15 Bastion Square 




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THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL 
SOUP or SAUD 
ROAST BEEF 
and Yorfctbire Pudding 
ROAST POTATO 
FRESH VEGETABLE 
ICE CREAM PUFFS 
with Chocolate Sauce 
BEVERAGE 


AMERICAN EXPRESS. MASTER CHARGE, CHARGEX 


MON., FEB. 25 

Matinee 2:30 p.m. 
Eve.; 6:00 and 
8:(X) p.m. 

McPherson 
presents PLAYHOUSE 

SWITZERLAND 

From Geneva to Zurich, visit St. Bernard Pass, 
enjoy yodelling, folk festivals. 

TRAVELTALE FILM NARRATED IN PERSON BY 
FRANK NICHOLS 

Res. seats: $4.75, $4.25, $3.75 
at McPherson Box Office (3866121), 

Hillside Mall, UVic Centre, 

Hatley Park Brandywine, Cards N’ Things (Sidney) , ,3 



WINNIPEG. SOLD OUT! 

TORONTO. SOLD OUT! 

MONTREAL. SOLD OUT! 

VICTORIA.RESERVE NOW! 


THEATRE BEYO.YD WORDS 

“Canada’s Finest Mime Troupe” 



Superb Family Entertainment!!! 

at 

~ The Belfry Theatre 

(Gladstone at Fern wood) 

FEB. 19-24, 8 P.M. 
MATINEE FEB. 24, 2 P.M. 

Tioketa at all usual outlets or 
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THE COLONIST, Sat., February 23, 1980 1 7 


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"RESTAURANT Of CHINESE TRADITION' 
rUOLT DDmERS • niUY UCENCCD 

LUNCHEON SPECIAL 

MON. thru SAT. 


Bridge pair holds on to take trophy 


Victoria Dogwood Bridge 
Club has held the final ses¬ 
sion of its two-session club 
championship for the Blue 
Window Gift Shop trophy. 

Jim McAvoy and Connie 
Prpich held on to their lead 
from the first session and 
won the trophy with a total 
score of 398 

Dora Duprau and Gladys 
Morris were second with 357, 
Rick Denman and Helen 
Hafer were third with 352^, 
Doug Hawkes and Betty Col¬ 
lins and Sharon Wilkinson 
and Ann Pyka tied for fourth 
with 343^, and Gord and Eve 
Hoare were sixth with 342. 


championship with 25 tables 
in play. It was a two-section 
event with Matt Smith 
directing. 

Results were: Eric Weiss 
and Don MacLeod first, 


ErnieTradeweil and Duncan Don Gray and Bill Mais 
Smith second, Irene Brown sixth, 
and Mike Champion third. For information on bridge 
Don Amstutz and Dan Sidhu games or lessons contact 
fourth, Dorothy Housley and Don MacLeod, phone 384- 
Jacqueline Breeze fifth, and 1863 (after 1 p.m.). 


Ameson and Mona Brandon 
fifth, and John Bvensen and 
Rema Ross sixth. 

Last Tuesday, Victoria 
Bridge Club held the annual 
McAvoy Memorial club 


The trophy puresentation 
will be made at 7:30 p.m. this 
Sunday in club facilities. 
Room 205, 1012 Douglas 
Street. 

In last Friday’s Dogwood 
club games. Dune and 
Doreen Smith were first, 
Jean MacLeod and Jane 
Meredith tied with Be^ty 
(^llis and Doug Hawkes for 
second, Terry MacKenzle 
and Helen Birnie were 
fourth, Ann and Harry 
Carter were fifth, Don Bir¬ 
nie and Matt Smith were 
sixth, Freda Abercrombie 
and Mary Ameson were sev- 
enth and Gord and Eve 
Hoare were eighth. 

Wednesday results for 
North-South pairs were 
Harry Carter and Ann Muse 
first, Peggy Wright and 
Sally Hemeon second, Mar¬ 
garet Christie and Helen 
Bimie third. Dot MacDonald 
and Peter Condos fourth, 
Yvonne Cummings and Ann 
Carter fifth, and P. Braaten 
and I. Morrison sixth. 

East-West pairs results 
were Gord Hoare and Bette 
Barnard first, N. McCamb- 
ley and Muriel Smith second, 
Doris Lovric and Mary 
Conroy third, Fred Craig 
and S. Boyes fourth, Mary 


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BAfiELS 

LOX& 

.CREAMCHEESE 

IECCS and ONIONS 


About Free Lands 

Premiere performance of a documentary 
drama portraying Eastern European 
immigration to Western Canada. 

Saturday, February 23,7:30 P.M. 

Sunday, February 24, 3:00 P.M. 
Newcombe Auditorium 

B.C. Provincial Museum 

FREE ADMISSION 


Our Barbecued Baby Back Spareribs Special is 
again the featured star on the Fri. and Sat. 
menu. For $4.25 your dinner includes vege¬ 
table. baked potato, roll and butter. It's well 
worth an encore. 

Sontd lioB 4 p.!. Nch ^ — RtsomtioNS 38S-S513 


( The Di FIORES and SIEGELS 

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A Jewish Brunch 
In an Italian Restaurant 
In an English Town 


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Matinee 200 p.m. Saturday 


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18 THE COLONIST, Sal., Februar> 23, 1980 

NAMES IN THE NEWS 



(iandcH (^e9tt%c 

^(A DIVISION OF CANNOR NURSERIES LTD.) 


JAPANESE ELOWEm CHERRY 



Jerome: Associate chief Justice 


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rosy pink Howers in 
hanging clusters and 
bronzy, red leaves. 

PRICED FROM 

8.95.0 35.95 


'SHIROTAP 

Drooping clusters of 
large semi-double fra¬ 
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WITH SPECIALS FOR 
QUANTITY BUYING 
e.g.: calipers 

3 lor 90.00 


'SHIROFUCEN' 

Long lasting double 
pink flowers changing 
to white in late April to 
mid-May. Leaves are 
soft green. 


'PINKPERFEOION' 

Flowers are double, 
light pink in bud, open¬ 
ing paler. Tree Is some¬ 
what smaller. 


A complete line of pesticides 
and fertilizers available. 


HUNDREDS TO CHOOSE FROM 

TOP CRAFTED VARIETIES ARE ALSO AVAILABLE 

SIZES RANGE FROM 5'-r CALIPER 


658-5415 


HOURS: 

Mon.-Sal. ‘HIO-SiM 
Closed Sundays 

4660 ELK LAKE DR., Next to Royal Oak Inn, formerly Royal Nursery and Garden Centre 


From the halls of Playboy.,. 


The U.S. Marine Corps has given an honorable dis 
charge to a woman sergeant who posed nude for Playbo} 
magazine, it was disclo.sed in Twentynine Palms, Calif 
Sgt. Bambi Lin Finney, 22, a teletype repair specialist, 
said she received the discharge with the notation “for the 
convenience of the Marine Corps.” 

James Jerome, the House of Commons Speaker under 
the governments of both Pierre Trudeau and Joe Clark, was 
sworn in Friday in Ottawa as associate chief justice of the 
Federal Court of Canada. Jerome, a Liberal MP who agreed 
to serve Clark during his nine-month Conservative minority 
administration, had decided not to seek re-election in last 
Monday's,vote and was appointed to the court by Clark. 


THE ACES 


© 

IRA G. CORN. JR. 


‘Turtles can toll more 
about the road than hares. ” - 
Khalil Gibran. 


Declarer needed a reli¬ 
able road map to negotiate 
the curves in today’s touchy 
game. Unfortunately for 
him, he played with the 
^peed of a hare only to dis- 
( over that a turtle's pace 
might have saved his game. 

Dummy’s diamond ace 
won the first trick and two 
rounds of trumps were 
drawn, ending in dummy. 
Next, a low heart was led to 
declarer's jack and West’s 
queen. 

West continued with the 
diamond jack, which East 
overtook to lead a devastat¬ 
ing third round of trumps. 
Declarer won a high trump 
in his hand, cashed the heart 
ace and led a club to 
flummy’s king and East’s 
ace. East exited with a dia¬ 
mond which was ruffed in 
dummy and the heart 10 
w as cashed. 

Hearts failed to break 
(‘venly as expected, and the 
game was now gone. 
Declarer lost a heart, a dia¬ 
mond and two clubs and the 
defenders had good reason 
t«) be grateful. Declarer’s 
hasty play of the trumps 
iiad thrown a cold game 
away. 

To make his game. 
(ItTlarer should lead a low 
lu'art from dummy at trick 
two The heart jack is wort 
by West’s queen and West 
linds the best defense of a 
trump Declarer wins his 
ace. cashes the heart ace 
and leads a club to dummy’s 
king to drive out East’s ace. 

East returns a second 
trump which declarer wins 


NORTH 

♦ Q 1072 
▼ 106 5 32 

♦ A5 

♦ K6 


WEST 

♦ 63 

♦ 0984 

♦ QJ 10 

♦ 109 32 


EAST 

♦ 954 

♦ K7 

♦K9764 

♦ AJ5 


SOUTH 

♦ AK J8 

♦ A J 

♦ 832 

♦ Q874 


Vulnerable; Both. 
South The bidding; 

Dealer; 

.South West 

North 

East 

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Pass 

1 ♦ Pass 

2e 

Pass 

3 ♦ Pass 

44 

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FEB. 9, 16, 23 

— 9:00 a.m. - 1 p.m. — 

WEDNESDAY to FRIDAY 

FEB. 27, 28, 29 

UNTIL 7:00 p.m. 

‘ CIVIC PARKING VALIDATED’ 


Oskar Kokoschka, one of the leading exponents of ex¬ 
pressionism and an outstanding figure in the international 
art world for more than 50 years, died In MontTeaux, 
Switzerland, Friday after a brief illness. He would have been 
94 on March 1. Throughout Kokoschka’s life, his pictures, his 
books and plays followed a fiercely independent line that 
defied easy labels. 

A New York couple was awarded $3.75 million in Bal¬ 
timore by a federal court jury that found the Firestone 
Tire and Rubber Co. liable for injuries they suffered in 
a car crash. The jury made the award to Nicholas and 
Helen Daskarolis. Daskarolis suffered permanent brain 
damage, rendering him unable to work and sexually 
impotent, court documents show. Mrs. Daskarolis was 
less seriously injured, testimony shows. 

John Ross Taylor, leader of the Western Guard party, 
was sentenced to one year in jail in Toronto and his party 
was fined $5,000 for contempt of court for continuing 
to disseminate anti-Jewish propaganda. The dissemina¬ 
tion, by means of recorded telephone messages, was a 
violation of a decision by a human rights tribunal that 
has the force of a Federal Court of Canada order. The 
Western Guard party advocates white supremacy. 

A University of British Columbia professor Cyril Bel- 
shaw will be tried in Aigle, Switzerland, this spring or 
summer for the murder of his wife, his lawyer Harry 
McLaughlin said in Vancouver. The former chairman of 
the university’s department of anthropology was extra¬ 
dited from France ^Feb. 1. 


•THE CANACA CDUNCIL dm lO 

f^&blOWVf) IN THE AKI5 

AW5QK/M5A” 

For artists who have made a significant 
contribution over a number of years and are 
still active in their profession. Up to $19,000. 
to cover living expenses and project costs 
for a 4 to 12 month program; however, visual 
artists may receive up to S28.(X)0 for extra¬ 
ordinary materials costs. Additional travel 
allowance for the award holder only. 

AKI5GKAN1!)"5" 

For artists who have completed basic training 
and/or are recognized as professionals 

Up to $10,500. to cover living expenses and 
project costs for a 4 to 12 month 
program, plus travel allowance for the 
award holder only. 

Deadlines: 

April 1, 1980. for artists in film, writing 
(including playwrighting) and the visual arts 
(except art critics and curators). 

October 15,1980. for architecture, writing 
(including playwrighting). long-term grants 
for writers, multidiscipimary work and V 
performance art. photography, video, and 
all visual arts 

Note: ‘ A ” Grants in music, theatre and dance 
have been suspended for one year as of 

April 1. 1980. 

Deadlines: 

April 1,1980. for-artists in all disciplines. 
except singers and instrumentalists in 
"classical ” music, orchestra and choir 
conductors, opera directors and 
instrument makers. 
October 15, 1980. for artists in all disciplines 
except in music, where only instrument 
makers, orchestra and choir cdiiductors 
may apply. 

December 1. 1980. for singers and 
instrumentalists in 'classical ” music and 
opera directors only 

Applications are also accepted at any time for; 

Short Term Grants 

Project Cost Grants 

Travel Grants 

For a brochure. Aid to Aritsts. write to 

Arts Awards Service 

The Canada Council. PO Box 1047 
Ottawa. Ontario KIP 5V8 


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Deputy designated 
for Oak Bay police 

A 27-year veteran of the Oak Bay police 
force was named deputy chief this week by 
the municipality’s police board. 

Deputy Chief William Moyes, who is 54 today, 
was appointed second in command to Chief Irving 
Bailey. The position was created following the 
retirement of Inspector Jack Groves recently. 

Moyes joined the Oak Bay force Oct. 1,1952, and 
was promoted to sergeant June 1,*1967. 

Moyes is not the first deputy police chief 
of Opk Bay, a staff member said. The munici¬ 
pality had a deputy chief for a few years in the 
early 1940s. 


- Moyes 


Zht (Tolontdt 


THE CAPITAL 

Section Two/Saturday, February 23, 1980/Page 19 


Women ’s mid-years 


The middle years for 
women can be a time of 
creative change, Prime 
Time co-ordinator Susan 
Stein said Friday at Univ¬ 
ersity of Victoria. 

Stein said in tlje opening 
addre.ss at a day and a half 
conference on the challenge 
of a woman’s middle years, 
“Mid-life can be a time for 
me at last, a time to start 
pleasing ourselves. And that 
may mean the right to stop 
giving a damn about what 
others will think, the right to 
be different, and therefore 
to be creative.’’ 


Stein said: “To be creative 
and different and unique, 
means we all must strive to 
be what only we can be." 

She quoted Eda Le Shan in 
The Wonderful Crisis of Mid¬ 
dle Af(e, which urges women 
to take advantage of the op¬ 
portunity of middle age; 

‘“What I have developed in 
these intervening years is an 
inner companion with whom 
I am at home in the world. 

‘“I have begun to learn the 
lesson we all need to learn, 
that ultimately and forever, 
each of us is alone, inside our 
own skins, no matter how 


close we may be to other 
people. 

“‘We are bom alone and 
die alone; and if there is one 
single thing we need in order 
to face our later years, it is to 
find pleasure in that com¬ 
panionship.’” 

The “ultimate challenge,” 
Stein said, was for women to 
change their lives, and she 
quoted the writer Ursula Le 
Guin who said: “The woman 
who is willing to make that 
change must become preg¬ 
nant with herself at last.” 

Stein said the resurgence 
of feminism in recent years 


B.C. hospitals 
pact ratified 
by employees 


nil, Hydro says 


High-voltage power lines 
pose “no inherent radiation 
hazard to people, animals or 
plants,” according to B.C. 
Hydro. 

This was confirmed by a 
physics professor at Univer¬ 
sity of Victoria. 

Fears have been ex- 
presst^d by people in the Gulf 
Islands near the proposed 
route of the Cheekeye-Duns- 
muir 500,000 kilovolt power 
line that the electromagnetic 
field generated by the line 
might have adverse effects. 

Amelia Humphries, of 
Tucker Bay on Lasqueti Is¬ 
land, wrote the Colonist 
about residents’ concerns. 

A letter in a similar vein 
was written by Toni BacOn of 
Errington, who accused 
Hydro consulting engineer 
John Richardson of with¬ 
holding information on the 
subject at a Nanaimo Re- 


The annual influenza sea¬ 
son has been relatively mild 
so far this year, deputy re¬ 
gional health officer Dr. 
Brian Allan said Friday. 

Allan said the main indica¬ 
tor of how hard the flu has hit 
is absenteeism in public 
schools, which has begun to 
ri.se in the last week, but 
which, at 10 to 15 per cent, is 
nut high at a time when the 
flu is going around. 

Allan said the flu seems to 
be hitting adults harder than 


gional Board hearing into 
the subject. 

Humphries said the field 
surrounding a 500,000-kilo¬ 
volt line “packs sufficient 
force to knock a man off a 
ladder standing near it.” 

She also was concerned 
that people working with 
tools near the line might get 
an electric shock from such 
things as hammers and 
wrenches through induction, 
or that people nearby might 
be shocked if they touched 
wire fences or clotheslines. 

Hydro spokesman Hugh 
Dickson, contacted in Van- 
coy ver by the Colonist, said 
Hydro had done extensive 
world wide studies on wheth¬ 
er transmi.ssion lines might 
be hazardous to health. 

“Many .studies have been 
done, none of them conclu¬ 
sive. 

“But what we have learn- 


youngsters, with the Univer¬ 
sity of Victoria reporting 
higher-than-usual absentee¬ 
ism. 

Hospital spokesman have 
noted no dramatic increase 
in admissions for flu. Royal 
Jubilee medical director Dr. 
Ray LeHuquet said the hos¬ 
pital is overcrowded, with 
typically 20 to 25 more pa¬ 
tients than it has beds to 
accommodate them, but a 
flu epidemic does not appear 
to be the major cause 


ed .shows anyone living in a 
tent under a high-voltage 
line for three months would 
suffer more harm from 
lighting one cigarette than 
from the power line,” Dick¬ 
son said. . 

He corfeeded that a truck 
parked under a high-voltage 
line could, under certain cir¬ 
cumstances, render a minor 
.shock from electromagnetic 
induction to someone touch¬ 
ing it. 

“But the shock would be no 
worse than someone walking 
over a carpet in dry weather 
and touching a ground,” he 
said. 

He added that anyone 
manipulating a long irriga¬ 
tion pipe close to a high-volt¬ 
age line should exercise care 
to prevent arcing. 

But, he said, there were no 
definite ground rules be- 
cau.se humidity, location and 
temperature are all variable 
factors. 

Dickson specifically de¬ 
nied that clotheslines or 
fences running parallel to 
the powerline could give 
people shocks. 

Harry Dosso, of the UVic 
physics department, said a 
500 kilovolt line would carry 
relatively low current. 

“We work with high volt¬ 
ages all the time at the uni¬ 
versity and you are safe un¬ 
less you are extremely 
close,” he said. 

Dosso and Dick.son also 
doubted claims by some op¬ 
ponents of the line that living 
near one causes leukemia. 


Flu season mild 


a time for creative change 


Sect followers carry protest signs outside iaw courts 


parleys 


Oak Bay 
at four 


Oak Bay residents will 
have their first, and possibly 
best, chance at deciding the 
community’s future Tues¬ 
day night. 

As an initial step In devel¬ 
oping a community plan, the 
municipality has set up pub¬ 
lic meetings in four halls so 
all interested parties can 
comment on the proposals in 
the plan, which Mayor Doug¬ 
las Watts has said is a major 
priority for Oak Bay in 1980. 

The forums will be at 7:30 
p.m. in the municipal hall, 
and meeting rooms at Car¬ 
narvon Park, Uplands Ele¬ 
mentary school and Windsor 
Park. 

The idea is to have a basic 
presentation of what the 
plan envisages, then to set up 
group discussions of six to 
eight persons each to study 
the plan’s proposals, before 
each workshop reports back 
to the full meeting. 

“It should take about two 
hours for each meeting,” 


said municipal administra¬ 
tor James Craven Friday. 
“And if there is overcrowd¬ 
ing, we have a .spare meeting 
hall where the forum will 
start half an hour later.” 

Craven said the forum 
idea was aimed at allowing 
many people to have a say in 
the future direction of 
growth of the municipality, 
which serves largely as a 
dormitory and retirement 
area. 

“What we are trying for 
here is to see whether the 
terms of reference we have 
drawn up are out of line on a 
broad and local basis,” Cra¬ 
ven said. “But also, official 
public hearings tend to be 
dominated by one or two 
people, and we want to hear 
everyone’s views.” 

Craven said the formal 
public hearing process 
would follow at the end of the 
process, planned in the late 
fall. 

Tue.sday’s sessions are de- 


had led to a change in 
women’s perceptions of their 
lives. 

Women who once would 
have suffered increasing de¬ 
spair and the feeling their 
life was over as they hit 40, 
are finding a new sense of 
self-worth and opportunities 
for growth. 

Stein also delivered up 
some statistics on the eco¬ 
nomic position of women, in- 
cluding middle-aged 
women. 

She said that in Canada: 

• The number of women in 
the labor force has increased 


from 39.7 per cent in 1971 to 
45.9 per cent in 1977. The 
biggest increase of all was 
for middle-aged and upper 
middle-aged women. * 

• Of 4,022,000 women in 
the labor force, more than 
1.5 million were either sin¬ 
gle, widowed, separated, di¬ 
vorced, or wholly dependent 
on their earnings. 

• About 57 per cent of the 
female labor force in 1974 
were married women, many 
of whom provided earnings 
to bring the faniily income 
just over the national pov¬ 
erty line. 

• Despite the increase in 


Court keeps injunction 


ation areas such as golf 
courses. 

The community plan’s 
terms of reference also in¬ 
clude choosing means to pre¬ 
serve the general residential 
community character of the 
municipality, ways to deal 
with development pressures 
on estates that may other¬ 
wise be subdivided; prevent¬ 
ing further growth of strip 
commercial development 
along major arteries, up¬ 
grading of community ser¬ 
vices, and resolution of land- 
use conflicts such as in the 
Poets Streets area. 

Some of the aims of the 
plan include restoring 
Bowker Creek from the rec¬ 
reation centre to Oak Bay’s 
waterfront, locating bicycle, 
walkway and pedestrian 
traffic away from automo¬ 
biles, improving the water¬ 
front trail system, deciding 
the future of the area around 
the recreation centre and lo¬ 
cation of future senior citi¬ 
zen housing. 


tually extends a conlraci 
that was already in place, 
some employees at the lower 
end of the wage scale will .see . 
their pay boosted by clo.se to 
53 percent. 

In addition, all employees 
on staff from Jan. 1, 1*97.'). 
until Jan. 1 of this year will 
get a lump-sum payment of 
$2,400 in lieu of a job evalua¬ 
tion program that was 
shelved. Others will get pro 
portionate payments. 

The agreement between 
the Hospital Employees’ 
Union and tjie Health Labor 
Relations Association pro 
vides a 9.5 per cent wage 
hike retroactive to Jan. 1 and 
two later increases of 8 per 
cent each. 

About M)5 hospitals, repre¬ 
sented by HLRA, are expect 
ed to complete their ratifica 
tion vote by mid-March. 

The hospital employees 
voted at a .series of meetings 
between Feb. 4 and Friday. 

Cool-Aid 
backs off 

Cool-Aid has dropped 
plans to purchase a city- 
owned house on Pembroke 
becau.se it couldn’t raise $75.- 
000 . 

Cool-Aid wanted the house 
at 1325 Pembroke to estab¬ 
lish a men’s residence. 

The city acquired the prop 
erty two years ago with 
Neighborhood Improvement 
Project funds and wants to 
sell it now. 


—Bill HalKett photo 


against religious sect 


The B.C. Supreme Court Friday upheld an injunction 
prohibiting a religious sect from constructing a monas¬ 
tery near Duncan. 

Sect followers, wearing pale blue religious garb, picket¬ 
ed the court and later the offices of the Cowichan Regional 
District in Duncan to protest the judge’s decision. 

The order was obtained by the Cowichan Valley Region¬ 
al District against the Apostles of Infinite Love of Can¬ 
ada, and Mr. Justice W. A. Esson said Friday there was 
no reason why the tilling should not continue until a 
trial is held. 

The religious order owns 45 acres 10 miles northwest 
of Duncan and has started building a 150 by 70 feet mon¬ 
astery. 

No lawyer appeared for the religious group, but Sis¬ 
ter Hyacinth .said it wanted to establish a traditional Ca¬ 
tholic order independent from the church and secular 
control. 

“We are trying to build a house of God, we are not 
building a hou.se of prostitution,” .she told Mr. Justice 
Esson, adding that she knew rezoning had been refused so 
a building permit could not be obtained. 

“The law comes from God, not from man.” 

The judge said it was not a question of the group being 
discriminated against becau.se it is a religious order. 

• The law applied to everyone and it restricted what 
could be done with the property. 

He warned that if the group goes ahead, later it 
may be required to demolish any structure. 

“Don’t you find that devilish? Sister Hyacinth asked. 

“You can have your private view buS these zoning 
bylaws apply to everyone,” Esson said. / 

The judge said the Apostles of Infinite Love had the 
right, on two days’ notice, to return to court to seek to set 
aside the injunction. 

“You really should seek legal advice,” he suggested. 

“This is an order of the court, and anyone who con¬ 
tinues to do work could put themselves in contempt of 
court which could lead to .serious consequences.” 

Meanwhile, nobody seemed to know what would happen 
to the non-conforming structure the sect has been build¬ 
ing in the Cowichan Valley since early in January. 

The religious group created a double stir on the 
Island Friday. 

So far, only the foundation of the building has been 
laid. 


Interviewed in Duncan Friday afternoon. Sister Hya 
cinth told the Colonist the future of the monastery would bo 
decided by the six monks who live on the property. 

The only monk who speaks English said the decision on 
the building’s future would be left up to Father Remi. 
the leader of the six, who does not speak English. 

Remi in turn has said the group would only abide by tho 
orders of its leader. Father Jean Gregoire de la Trinile 
of Montreal. 

Gregoire, the head of the .sect, was sentenced to six 
months in jail in 1978 for contempt of court by helping 
a mother refuse custody of her children to her husband. 

The Quebec-based sect broke away from the Catho 
lie Church in 1963 after the election of Pope Paul VI. 
whom sect members consider a heretic. • 

Board chairman Martin Lukaitis said in Duncan that 
the sect began building the cross-shaped monastery without 
the necessary zoning changes. 

Lukaitis said district staff had attempted to tell sect 
members how to build the monastery legally, but they 
refu.sed to listen, saying they only take orders from the 
sect’s head office In Montreal. 

The district turned down an application for rezoning 
of the land from agricultural use bwause the sect provid 
ed insufficient information and because they were al¬ 
ready building without permission, Lukaitis said. 

At a recent Cowichan Region public hearing, about 20 . 
residents spoke against the monks’ application for n* 
zoning, and seven letters were read at the meeting 
opposing the application. 

Regional planner Howard Schesser said most of the 
public input at the hearing was emotional and not on the , 
subject of the application, “but the applicant was not 
willing to abide by the planning department’s recom 
mendation. 

“Turning down the application now is not to say this 
same group cannot apply for this approval at a futun* 
date, providing they abide by the planning regulations of 
the regional district.” 

When asked why the six monks were reluctant to 
obey regional orders, Sche.sser said that “they hedged their 
bets, stating they could only do this if the father superior 
agreed. Personally, I could .see no better use for the 
land ’ 

The six nuns from Burnaby are often on Vancouver 
Island as they beg for charity both on the Island and the 
Lower Mainland. 


Some 20,000 hospital em¬ 
ployees from across the 
province have ratified an 
agreement that will give 
them a compoundcMi wage 
increase of 27.7 per cent by 
Aug. 1,1981. 

Under terms of the com¬ 
plex agreement, which ac- 


steering future 
Tuesday 

signed to be informal, and 
free coffee will be available. 

Watts and the municipality’s 
senior community planner, 

Daniel Janezewski, from 
EiKOS Planning and Design 
Group Ltd., Vancouver, will 
visit all forums. 

An official community 
plan would arm the munici¬ 
pality with general rules in 
dealing with proposals that 
might drastically change the 
character of a neighborood, 
such as the five-storey 
apartment suggested by the 
Foote family for Oak Bay 
Avenue near Monterey. 

According to the draft 
terms of reference of the 
plan by EiKOS, among the 
important things to be decid¬ 
ed are definitions of existing 
land-use patterns, including 
property values, transporta¬ 
tion patterns, utility sys¬ 
tems, the shoreline, and 
community facilities, in¬ 
cluding open space recre- 


female participation in the 
labor force, most women are 
still clustei^ in low paying, 
sex-segregated occupations. 

• Average earnings be¬ 
tween men and women in 
1976 show women earn 60 
cents for every $1 a man 
earns. 

The conference Friday 
also featured films, work¬ 
shops and an address by sex 
therapists Beryl and Noam 
Chemick titled As Sexuality 
Matures. 

The conference, sponsored 
by Prime Time and UVic’s 
extension division, continues 
this morning. 


stein 

... ‘everyone is alone' 


High-voltage line 
radiation risk 


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20 THE COLONIST, Sat., February 23, 1980 


LIVING 




Tips to your credit 


Dear Ann Landers: These 
days, when credit caVds are 
becoming a way Of life, there 
is a growing need to educate 
the public. I work at a credit 
card centre and am appalled 
at the ignorance I encounter 
every day. Please, Ann,< 
print the facts; 

• Everyone has an ap¬ 
proved credit limit and he 
must stay within it. Remem¬ 


ber, a credit card is not a 
substitute for money. It’s a 
promise to pay. 

• If a person wants to 
increase his limit, certain 
guidelines must be followed. 
Only those who qualify will 
get it. If you don’t qualify, 
don’t yell at the person who 
tells you, “Sorry—it’s not 
possible.’’ He or she had 
nothing to do with the deci¬ 


sion. It was made higher up, 
based on your earnings. 

• Keep your cool if in¬ 
formed that you are over 
your limit. It’s amazing how 
many people don’t even 
know what their limit is. 

• Ignoring phone calls and 
notices to pay up will get you 
nowhere. Save yourself the 
embarrassment and the cost 
of being hauled into court. 
It’s no picnic. 


ann 

landers 



Thanks, Annie. If I see this 
in print it will make my day. 
—Richmond, Va. Contribu¬ 
tor. 

Dear Contributor: Your 
day is made! Thanks for 


helping to educate the public 
on a subject of vital impor¬ 
tance. 

Dear Ann Landers: We’ve 
heard gripes from wai¬ 
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tors, hairdressers, etc. Now 
may I have a turn? 

My husband is an appli¬ 
ance serviceman. He might 
as well have been an obstet¬ 
rician, the hours he puts in. 
He is expected to be “on 
call’’ around the clock, seven 
days a week. 

1 can understand emer¬ 
gencies—but a call Christ¬ 
mas Eve to fix a .stove that 
hasn’t worked right for two 
weeks? A legitimate emer¬ 
gency would be a refrigera¬ 
tor or freezer that conks out 
with food that needs to be 
saved, or a range not shut¬ 
ting off in the clean cycle, or 
a washer overflowing. 

What bums me up is peo¬ 
ple who demand that he 
come at once and have no 
information except “it isn’t 
working.’’ How about giving 
the brand name, model and 
serial number? It would also 
help to know what the thing 
was doing before it quit. Was 
it noisy? Smoking? Grind¬ 
ing? Squeaking? 

It would help, too, if people 
would leave appliance re¬ 
pairs to the experts. I can’t 
tell you how many times my 
husband has to put some¬ 
thing back together before 
he can fix it. All this takes 
time, and it costs the con¬ 
sumer plenty. So, please 
print this for the go^ of all. 

—Columbia, Mo., Wife 

Dear Wife: Thanks for the 
short course. I learned some¬ 
thing today. 


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Increasing time at physicai education each day makes for healthier students 


Parents respond to missionary 
fervor in physical education 


By PAUL De GROOT 

Colonist reporter 

Quality, as much as quantity, counts in school physi¬ 
cal education programs, according to a leading scholar 
of physical education. 

Dr. Stewart Davidson, of the University of Ottawa, who 
is visiting the University of Victoria, said the trend toward 
more physical education is growing strongly in elemen¬ 
tary schools, where it can do the most good. 

A number of studies, including one conducted by Dr. 
Fred Martens, of UVic, at Blanshard Elementary, have 
shown that increasing the time spent on physical education 
each day leads to healthier students who learn as much as 
their cohorts who spend more time on academic subjects, 
Davidson said. 

High-quality daily exercise provides an outlet for stu¬ 
dents’ natural energy and improves their fitness, making 
them more mentally receptive to learning. Although it 
generally means less time spent on academic subjects, 
“perhaps you can learn as much math in 100 minutes as you 
can in 150 minutes when you’re not ready for it,’’ Davidson 
said in an interview. 

BUT HE EMPHASIZED that increasing physical educa¬ 
tion time requires trained personnel to make such time 
meaningful. Children should be encouraged to reach, and 
hold, a heart beat of about 180 beats a minute, for a 
six-minute period each day, and their physical education 
program should be more than just a “glorified recess.” 

School districts which require daily physical educa¬ 
tion are not accomplishing much by it if their programs 
lack substance, Davidson said. 

“Five times nothing is still nothing.” 

Any district which sets such a policy should ensure 
that its staff can carry it out, or that the district has spe¬ 
cialist staff to back up the classroom teacher, David¬ 
son said. Many elementary teachers are being asked to 
extend the time devoted to physical education, but arc 
given no resources for quality programs. 



Davidson ... making phys ed more exciting 

“The only way to get quality is to have people who 
know what they are doing.” 

MODERN PHY^CAL EDUCATORS are making their 


field much more varied and exciting for children, Davidson 
said. 

Activities such as movement exploration, creative work, 
and carry-over sports which can be continued outside of 
school hours, such as orienteering, outdoor education, and 
water sports, give students much greater variety than 
physical education had in the past. 

“Many years ago students would go into a gym and get 
strenuous exercise. The programs now are better ba¬ 
lanced, with a better instructional basis.” 

Pressure for better physical education programs has 
come from parents who realize the importance of fit¬ 
ness. 

“People are more receptive to this missionary work 
we’re doing in physicai education. A few years ago, they 
would have thought you were a jock, but now they realize 
there are other benefits beside just fitness. They don’t 
any more expect us to give lectures in sweatshirts with 
whistles around our necks.” 

SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS have been among the 
slowest to respond, Davidson said, primarily because of their 
fear that more time spent on physical fitness would mean 
less time, and less learning, in other subjects. But recent 
research as shown otherwise. 

He found it ironic that elementary schools were the 
last to emphasize physical education, because elemen¬ 
tary youngsters are the easiest to work with, and the 
attitudes they build toward fitness and sport will help 
them through their entire school career. 

In the secondary grades a student’s attitude is less 
flexible, and gains in physical fitness are harder to 
achieve. 

Many of the adult fitness programs today are faddish 
and remedial in nature, because adults were not taught 
good fitness as youngsters, Dayidson said. ^ 

“When they can run for the bus without gasping for 
breath they tend to drop out and go back to their old 
ways.” ' 



Exploding the myths of weightlifting for women 

Rhoda and Arnold, svelte and muscle 


Colonisi Lot An«cl*s Times Service 

LOS ANGELES — If you think lifting weights means 
looking like Arnold Schwarzenegger, you’re not a dumbbell 
— just misinformed. Take the case of Chapter Two co-star 
Valerie Harper, whose old TV fans still call her Rhoda. She 
hassled with extra pounds and inches for years. Then 
she discovered weightlifting. 

“I weighed 160 pounds when I first started on The 
Mary Tyler Moore Show, ” says the now 117-pound 
Harper. “I lost weight on Weight Watchers and then 
fluctuated between 118 and 140 during the Rhoda show. 
I was constantly dieting but nothing would work. When I 
got the part in Chapter Two, they told me I’d have 
to wear a bathing suit. I would have to show my legs 
on wide screen. Then I met Tony.” 

“TONY” IS TONY CACCIOTTI, the weightlifting and 
exercise guru Harper turned to when she needed to reshape 
her body. He taught the actress to lift weights properly 
and to combine aerobic exercises with the weight rou¬ 
tine. Three hours a day and six weeks later. Harper wore 
a bathing suit on camera. 

While she was losing weight she and Cacciotti fell 
in love. They’ve since set up housekeeping and their own 
film production company. “I felt gorgeous in that swim¬ 
suit,” size-six Harper says, adding that now she works 
out about 3a minutes three times a week and runs three 
miles four times a week. “My body has defintion. I’m 
stronger and I’ve got more energy.” 

ASK JUST ABOUT ANY WOMAN who’s into weightlift¬ 


ing and she’ll mention those three things. But definition does 
not mean exaggerated muscles on women. It can mean a 
gentle curve to the upper arm instead of saggy flab. It can 
mean breasts supported by well-developed pectoral muscles, 
making the chest rounder, firmer. 

“What makes weight training so beneficial is that 
through proper movements you can increase or reduce 
any part of the body — it all depends on how you train,” 
explains current Mr. Olympia title-holder Frank Zane. 
With his wife, Christine, Zane has written a book. The Zane 
Way to a Beautiful Body, which outlines separate weight¬ 
training and exercise programs for men and women. 


exercise to benefit the cardiovascular system,” says Cac¬ 
ciotti. “I agree when we’re talking about heavy weights. 
But the average woman shouldn’t begin with weights 
over 3<4 pounds, so she’s not doing much for her cardio¬ 
vascular system.” 

Cacciotti contends that a set of light dumbbells, a set 
of barbells that can be weighted up to 60 pounds and 
a weight bench are all a woman needs to begin weight 
training at home. Lyons suggests dumbbells weighing from 
2H to five pounds and barbells in the 12- to 15-pound range for 
beginners. These experts agree that weightlifting should be 
guided by an experienced trainer in the beginning. 


“WOMEN HAVE ALWAYS BEEN afraid to get involved 
in weightlifting because they think of it as a masculine 
endeavor,” explains champion body-builder Lisa Lyons, who 
currently chairs the first national AAU women’s committee 
on physique. “A woman’s body has its own perfection. As she 
works out with weights, she will evolve in a feminine 
way.” Lyons, at 5 feet 3, 105 pounds, sports a shapely 37- 
23-33 figure, yet can lift a 265-pound barbell off the 
ground. She admits that hers is “a different reality than 
most women’s. I’m in it for the competition. The aver¬ 
age woman has not used her upper body at all. Therefore, 
results are immediately gratifying.” 

Lyons, Cacciotti and the Zanes agree that for the be¬ 
ginner, weight training should be coupled with stretching 
exercises and aerobics of some kind. 

“SOME PEOPLE SAY THAT weightlifting is enough 


IS THE EXERCISE SPA OR health club the answer for 
the beginner in weight training? 'These facilities usually 
have a complete set of duqibbells and barbells as well as 
weight-training machines and consultants who should be 
well trained in the use of weights and the machines. The 
weightlifters questioned caution that not all of these super- 
vis^ exercise salons are safe. “The majority of people 
working in spas don’t know what they’re doing,” says Frank 
Zane. “Most of them are P.E. or dance majors who 
learned everything from books, not practical experience.” 
Adds Christine Zane, “Most of the instructors in those places 
are hired because they look good, not because they know 
about exercise techniques.” 

Lyons doesn’t regard spas so critically. “Many of these 
spas are just fine; many are not,” she says. “It’s up to the 
person tb research the place and make sure it meets her 
needs. 



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burn-out that an Ontario 
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four years earlier than their 
counterparts in other pro¬ 
fessions and stress is one of 
the contributing factors. 

Ohurko said teachers are 
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students. 

Teachers often lack sup¬ 
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When teachers approach 
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”The students themselves 
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television, forcing the teach¬ 
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tain them,” she said. 


“The profession is forever 
evaluating its ways of teach¬ 
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new meth^s requiring edu¬ 
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half.” 

Stress takes its toll on 
teachers with such symp¬ 
toms as dizziness, insom¬ 
nia and feelings of useless-, 
ness and helplessness. 
unchecked, Churko said 
stress can result in ulcers, 
heart attack and cancer. 


Dear Dr. Dosohue: I got a 
tennis elbow from a storm 
door banging it hard. The 
hospital took x-rays and 
gave me pills for three days. 
I was told to alternate heat¬ 
ing pads and icepacks, which 
I did. I try to avoid using the 
arm as much as possible. I 
was told the healing process 
can take a long time. I was 
also told to drink a lot of 
orange juice. The elbow is 
still sensitive and hurts. 
What can be done for it? — 
Mrs. A. 


I suppose one can get ten¬ 
nis elbow from a blow. Most 
frequently it is due to over¬ 
use of the forearm muscles. 
The most common spot to 
feel the pain of tennis elbow 
is the bony knob on the out¬ 
side of the elbow. This is the 
place where the forearm 
muscles attach to the bone 
by way of a tendon-like in¬ 
sertion. 

The initial treatment is ice 
and rest and anti-inflamma¬ 
tion drugs, like aspirin. In a 
few days, warm compresses 
may help. When the pain is 
gone, then exercises to 
stren^hen the arm muscles 
may be in order. 

Beginning with a three- 
pound weight and with your 
arm extended (palm down) 
hold the weight with your 
hand and try to bend your 
wrist upwards. As you gain 


strength increase the weight 
and the number of bends. 

An elbow that remains 
painful long after a blow of 
the kind you had should be 
re-examined. You should 
make sure that what you 
have is truly tennis elbow. A 
sharp blow can cause ex¬ 
treme muscle or bone in¬ 
flammation that can take 
many weeks to subside. 
Note: Early x-rays can miss 
a minor fracture. 


Dear Dr. Donohue: I un¬ 
derstand that some diuretics 
contribute to gout. Do you 
know of any kind that do not? 
I have done a lot of reading 
on this subject but find opin¬ 
ions vary on diet vs. medica¬ 
tion. I would appreciate your 
views.—Mrs. W.IJ. 

Many of the popular and 
useful diuretics (water pills) 
do cause the uric acid levels 
in the blood to rise. This may 
cause an attack of gout in a 
person susceptible to it. Such 
diuretics are chlorothiazide, 
hydrochorthiazide, furose- 
mide. Some other diuretics 
have a different way of act¬ 
ing and do not cause the uric 
acid to rise. Spironolactone 
is an example. 

Please, readers, do not 
jump to the conclusion that 
because some diuretip can 
cause a rise in uric acid that 
they should be avoided if 
needed. This elevation is 
usually slight and causes no 


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handle stress.” 

She defined burn-out as 
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tudinal exhaustion due to an 
overload of stress and an 
inability to deal with it. 

‘‘You can fight stress or 
avoid it,” said Churko. ‘‘If 
it’s avoided, tension builds 
and you’re asking for trou¬ 
ble.” 


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trouble. It could be a prob¬ 
lem, as I said, for those who 
are plagued by gout already. 

I dare say, Mrs. W.I.J., 
that you will find various 
views about diet in gout 
treatment. Most doctors con¬ 
sider diet a minor factor, 
especially with the new 
m^icines to control it or 
alleviate its symptoms. 


Dear Dr. Donohue: Is 
there any cure for a vaginal 
yeast infection without see¬ 
ing a gynecologist? This is 
very annoying. —A.S. 

Who told you you have a 
yeast infection? There’s a 
good chance that you do. 
Millions of women have the 
problem. But, I’m afraid you 
cannot diagnose or prescribe 
appropriate medicine on 
your own. As much as I favor 
self-help in medicine, I can 
only advise you to be exa¬ 
mined and get the treatment 
you need for whatever is 
causing your vaginal dis¬ 
comfort. 


Dear Dr. Donohue: I have 
an eight-year-old daughter 
who has terrible foot odor. 
All the powders in the world 
don’t help. Should she see a 
doctor? —Mrs. J.B. 

I doubt that she needs to 
see a doctor. You might shop 
around for some of the spe¬ 


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the perspiration. Try a shoe 
store. 

Dear Dr. Donohue: I am 21 
and have one testicle 25 per 
cent larger than the other. I 
recently got a physical and 
the doctor could not find any 
abnormality. Lately, I have 
had pain there almost daily. 
It’s like a swollen feeling and 
is very tender. Please ad¬ 
vise.— R.P. 

You should alert your doc¬ 
tor to the fact that you now 
have a painful, swollen testi¬ 
cle. It may be inflamed. 
Some structure other than 
the testicle may be involved, 
like the epididymis (sperm 
tube). You should be re¬ 
checked because you have 
new symptoms—pain and 
swelling. 


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swollen sore on the inside of 
my buttocks. It was very ; 
uncomfortable for two days. 
Then it burst and blood and 
pus drained from it. Now it is 
getting better. I am keeping 
it clean. Can you tell me 
what it was? —D.B. 

It sounds like a boil or 
carbuncle (larger boil). 
They are usually caused by 
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either spontaneous (as hap¬ 
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DANCE 

Monthly combined Elks- 
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SEMINAR 

Dr. Andrew Packard, 
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Edinburgh, Scotland, and 
Lansdowne Fellow, Univer¬ 
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seminar on Learning and 
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Animals from 4 p.m. Mon¬ 
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Theme is Project Read, Mul- 
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THE COLONIST, Sat., February 23, 198(» 


They even filch toilet paper 


BvGALETOLLlN 
MINNEAPOLIS <AP) — 
Everyday, garden-variety 


theft, the kind thieves think 
of as a fringe benefit, has 
serious impact on the busi¬ 


ness community, the work 
force and consumers, says a 
researcher who headed a 


Dream perfume acts 
as sexual come-on 


BY BERT MUSEL sex hormones. It smelled 

LONDON (UPI) - A sci- ‘‘‘‘a p^sychoTiS^l at the uni- 
entiNt recently developed versity then devised an ex- 
uhal should have b^n the j)eriment in which, accord- 
dream perfume of ali time-'^ng to the magazine New 


a human “pheremone” or 
sex attractant. 

In animals these odor sig¬ 
nals are well known and so is 
the behavior they trigger. 
For example pig breeders 
spray a boar pheremone to 
make the sow receptive. 

So in humans the first po¬ 
sitively identified phere¬ 
mone should have opened up 
a whole new area in seduc¬ 
tive perfumery. 

But preliminary tests of 
the substance, alpha andros- 
tenol, show that ii^|5 present 
pure form womeniwe it on 
men but men do not like it. 

The re.search was carried 
on at Warwick University by 
Dr. (ieorge Dodd who specu¬ 
lated, as biochemists and 
psychologists have for 
years, that skin glands and 
other unknown functions of 
patts of the body made it 
probable humans had phere- 
mones like other organisms. 

There are moths that can 
pick the pheremone of a fe¬ 
male out of the air miles 
away. In pigs, the phere¬ 
mone that ensures the next 
generation has long been 
synthesized and put into an 
aerosol. 

Dodd’s laboratory decided 
the secret might lie in human 
sweat and eventually identi¬ 
fied two pheremonc-type 
compounds. These were iso¬ 
lated. purified, and analyzed 
artd (me of them was synthe¬ 
sized. It was alpha andros- 
tenol, a chemical related to 


Scientist, both men and 
women were asked to make 
evaluations of a group of 
men some of whom were 
unknowingly anointed with 
alpha androstenol. 

The results have not yet 
been published but they show 
that women rated the phere 
mone-wearers higher. Men, 
however, consistentiy 
downrated the pheremone- 
subjects. Since pheremones 
are supposed to be attractive 
to the opposite sex, the reac¬ 
tion of the women was not 
surprising. 


'Hie key to the male reac¬ 
tion came from the pigs. 
Boars become aggressive in 
the presence of pheremones 
from other boars. 

Dodd is aware that a 
pheremone-based perfume 
or after-shave might have 
commercial possibilities 
but, according to New Scien¬ 
tist, he is not working in that 
direction. 

Instead, he is experiment¬ 
ing with an idea that essence 
of tomcat in a spray would 
help women assaulted by 
muggers or rapists by effec- 
tiveiy iabelling the attacker. 

A laboratory in which they 
worked on tomcat odor was 
unusable for nine months 
thereafter. 


Price marking 
fight looming 

The removal of price markings on individual prod¬ 
uct items in B.C. supermarkets and department stores 
has become a subject of major concern. 

The Consumers Association of Canada and other groups 
are caliing on B.C. consumers to fight for retention of price 
markings being removed due to the introduction of UPC 
scanner systems. 

The committee is not opposing the introduction of scanning 
systems but is strongly concerned over the loss of the basic 
consumer right to be informed. 

Government officials have stated “that the ultimate de¬ 
cision on the operation of computerized checkouts lies 
with the consumer, not government or even with the 
industry.” 

Therefore B.C. consumers are urged to support a keep- 
prices-on campaign by writing the Consumers Associa¬ 
tion of Canada (B.C.), 103—163 West Hastings Street, 
Vancouver, B.C. V6B 1H5 or phoning 682—2920, 682—3535, 
682—3217. • ■■ - 


study of employee larceny. 

“Employee theft has come 
out of the closet,” adds Dr. 
John Clark, the sociologist 
who headed the 18-month 
University of Minnesota 
study. 

The report describes the 
recently completed project 
as the first large-jscale, sys¬ 
tematic study of employee 
theft ever conducted. It not 
only looks at theft and how it 
can be reduced but also ex¬ 
amines such “counterpro¬ 
ductive” behavior as over- 
long coffee breaks, sloppy 
workmanship and sick leave 
cheating. 

In 1975, the American 
Management Association es¬ 
timate at $40 billion the an¬ 
nual loss from all crimes 
against business—including 
embezzlement, arson, van¬ 
dalism and theft. The totai 
included about $10 billion in 
employee theft. 

The university’s study, 
looked chiefly at the em¬ 
ployee theft aspect of the 
1975 report. 

Three sectors were 
studied. In retail stores, the 
commonly reported theft ac¬ 
tivity was unauthorized use 
of employee discount privi¬ 
leges. In electronic manu¬ 
facturing firms, employees 
frequently reported the tak¬ 
ing of raw materials or com¬ 
ponents. In hospitals, em¬ 
ployees admitted taking 
such supplies as bandages, 
linen, thermometers and 
even toilet paper. 

To acquire study data, the 
team sent questionnaires.to 
the homes of more than 9,000 
employees, names and ad¬ 
dresses of whom had been 
furnished by co-operating 
employers. There were re¬ 
sponses from 1,497 workers 
in manufacturing, 1,408 in 
retail stores and 2,080 in hos¬ 
pitals. 

the identities of ali com¬ 
panies and employees were 
kept confidential. 

The employees surveyed 


represented all levels of the 
35 corporations—nine retail 
stores, 10 electronic manu¬ 
facturing firms and 16 hospi¬ 
tals. 

In retail companies, 57 per 
cent of the respondents ad¬ 
mitted using discount privi¬ 
leges to buy merchandise for 
relatives and friends. 
Twelve per cent revealed 
they had taken merchandise 
and two per cent said they 
had taken money. Buyers 
and managers padded ex¬ 
pense accounts. 

Employees most likely to 
steal from retail stores were 
those who worked part-time 
and came from families with 
a yearly income of more 
than $20,000. 

Of the hospital employees 
responding, 37 per cent ad¬ 
mitted they had filched sup¬ 
plies and 10 per cent said 
they had taken medicine. 

The hospital employees 
most likely to steal were 
nurses and others ^dissatis¬ 
fied with their finances and 
career opportunities. 

In the manufacturing sec¬ 
tor, 21 per cent of the respon¬ 
dents had stolen raw materi¬ 
als—sometimes such 
controlled precious' metals 
as platinum, silver and gold, 
used to make circuit boards. 
Seventeen per cent had 
taken tools or equipment. 

Richard Hollinger, the 
study’s research director, 
says categories overrepre¬ 
sented among the manufac¬ 
turing company thieves 
were, first, engineers who 
were considering job 
changes, and second, com¬ 
puter specialists and techni¬ 
cal workers at professional 
and administrative levels. 

In all three sectors, the 
most theft involvement was 
reported by younger, un¬ 
married empioyees. Lack¬ 
ing seniority and depen¬ 
dents, they were less 
threatened by the possibility 
of dismissal, the report sug¬ 
gests. 



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THE CORPORATION OF THE 
DISTRICT OF OAK BAY 


DO YOU LIVE IN OAK BAY? 

If your answer is yes. then Oak Bay Mayor and 
Council cordially invite you to participate in a commu¬ 
nity forum to discuss the terms of reference for Oak 
Bay’s Official Community Plan. - 

Council will hold these public workshops on 
Tuesday, February 26,1980 from 7:30-9:30 p.m., at 
any one of the following locations: 

Carnarvon Park, Henderson Road, '* 

Windsor Park Pavilion, Windsor Road, 

Municipal Hall Council Chambers, 2167 Oak Bay 
Avenue, 

Uplands Elementary School, 3461 Henderson 
Road. 

Residents are encouraged to go to the work¬ 
shop location nearest their home. 

For further irtformatibn please call the Municipal 
Hall. 598-3311. 



NOTICE OF 

PUBLIC 

HEARING 


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all persons deeming their interest in the following matters will be 
afforded an opportunity to be heard before City Council at a Public Hearing to be held In the Council 
Chamber, City Hail, on THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1980, at 7:30 p.m. 


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•DEVELOPMENT PERMIT 
AREA (BLANSHARD, NANAIMO 
AND FINLAYSON STREETS) 

BYLAW” 

to designate certain lands bounded 
by Blanshard, Nanaimo and Finlay- 
son Streets as a development area 

“REZONING BYLAW 
(No. 103)” (APC #1666) 

to rezone x:ertain lands between 
Nanaimo and Blanshard Streets from 
fhe C-1 Zone. Limited Commercial —s „ 

District’ to the ”T-1 Zone, Transient : 

Accommodation District.' ^ ^ ^ 

Sketch plan at right is applicable to both these bylaws. 


Copies of the draft bylaws may be inspected in the Douglas Street foyer. City Hall, between the 
hours of 8:30 a m. and 4:30 p.m. any day City Hall is open tor business prior to the hearing. Further 
enquiries should be directed to the Department of Community Development. Tel.: 385-6711. Local 
360 


City Hall 
Victoria 


Colin F. Q. Crisp. 
Assistant Municipal Manager 



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RELIGION 


24 THE qOLONIST, Sat., February 23, 1980 


Church council plans organists 

observing 

event in ecumenism 25 years 


The Greater Victoria 
Council of Churches is turn¬ 
ing its annual general meet¬ 
ing next Thursday into an 
ecumenical event of sorts, in 
an effort to extend inter¬ 
church unity in the area. 

While business will make 


Douqias St. 
Baptist 

Meeting temporarily at 
1402 Vancouver at Panckira 

Pastors: Road H. Elley 
W. Jack Bingham 
>0:30 A.M. 

GOOD 

NEWS’ 

7:30 P.M. 

■A LIBERAL 
CONSERVATIVE” 

A frl*ndly Evangnlicnl Church 


up part of the meeting, fel¬ 
lowship and a keynote speak¬ 
er will add a new dimension. 

Invited guests Dorn John 
Main, a Benedictine monk 
from Montreal, will address 
the gathering on Ecumenism 
Through the Prayer of In¬ 
terior Quiet. 

.This reflects a new aware¬ 
ness in the Christian ecu¬ 
menical movement that the 
coming together of the 


EU UKE BAPTIST 

The Church by the Lake 
SS$3 Pat Bay Highway 
Minister Emeiitns Harry Pike 
Minister. J. C A. Barton 

9:3$ a.m. Family Church School 
lt:3t a.m. 

MORNING WORSHIP 
Nursery and Junior Church 
A cordial wetcome to a// 


churches will not be the work 
of people only, but rather 
will be the work of God with¬ 
in the hearts of people. 

The meeting will be at 
Metropolitan United, 1411 
Quadra, starting at 7 p.m., 
with the guest speaker at 8 
p.m. 

The executive of the coun¬ 
cil hopes that more churches 
and more individual Chris¬ 
tians will be involved in the 
council, to present a more 
united thrust in the Victoria 
area. 


The Vancouver Island 
Centre of the Royal Cana¬ 
dian College of Organists 
has an interesting program 
to celebrate its silver jubilee 
this year. 

Today the group is spon¬ 
soring a workshop on Cana¬ 
dian church music, given by 
Dr. Ian Bradley of Univer¬ 
sity of Victoria, at St. John’s 
Anglican Church, Quadra at 
Mason. 

It will begin at 2:30 p.m. 
with registration starting at 
2 p.m. (the workshop fee is 
$2.50). 

For information contact 
the chairman of the Vancou¬ 
ver Island branch, Ann Os¬ 
borne, at 592-4357. 



Perspectives 


^annui) <C!)urtii 

Royal Oak School. 4564 W Saanich Rd. 

10 a.m. to 12 Noon 
FAMH.V BIBLB PEUOWSHIP 
7 p.m. EVENING FELLOWSHIP HOUfI 

Paslor; Rev Alex Shook. 479-0050 


•By REV. J.A. DAVIDSON- 


FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 

Quadra and North Park 

11 A.M. — “CHOOSING THE WAY” 

John A. Watson and Cecil Bamer 
Organist and Choir Director: Mr. John Tunstoll 


FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH 

10 a m Christian Education 
11am Worship Service 

at Stetly 8 Secondary School. 1627 Stelly's X Rd 
Affiliate with the Baptist General Conference 


Victoria Baptist Church 

SBC 

3220 Cedar Hill Cedar Hill Community Centre 


Bible Stuciy 
9:00 a.m. 
11:25 a.m. 



Worship 
A 10 a.m. 

^ V 7 p.m. 


Rev. Bo Brantley (Nunery Available) Phone 477-5474 
”We Love, Becauee He FIret Loved Ue” I John 4:19 


€mmanuel 


BAPTIST CHURCH 

2121 Cedar Hill Cross Road Tel. 592-2418 

Team Pastors: 

Harold Lewis Rob Bentall Edward Mackay 

-9:30 a.m. - youth snncE- 

HENDERSON PARK PAVILION 

for all Grade 9-12 students 






Full Surxiay School Program at 9:30 a m. 

9:30 and 11 a.m. 

“CHRIST — THE BELIEVER’S PROVISIOH” 

Dr. Harold Lewis preaching 

12 15 p m—Comlnunion Service 
1:30 p m.—Mustard Seed Service at 552 Pandora Ave 


“SUNDAY NIGHT AT 7“ 

FAITH AND KNOWLEDGE 

Or Harold Lewis preaching 
LORALEE GOWER SINGING 


WESTERN COMMUNITY BAPTIST CHURCH 
2612 SOOKE ROAD 

.Sunday School 9:46 a.m. Worship U a.m. and 7 p.m. 
Pastor: Rev. Gordon Patterson. 478'2525 


These are the first words 
spoken by Jesus in his public 
ministry, as reported in 
Mark, the earliest of the Gos¬ 
pels: “The time has come; 
the kingdom of God is upon 
you; repent, and believe the 
gospel.’’ (1:15) “Repent”: 
that was Jesus* first demand 
on persons. He considered 
repentance as primary in the 
new way of life he came to 
teach. 

But what is repentance? 
An oid-time American hu¬ 
morist, Josh Billings, said, 
“Most people repent of their 
sins by thanking Crod they 
ain’t so wicked as their 
neighbors.” When we are 
aware, uncomfortably, of 
our faults and failures we 
sometimes try to re-estaly 
lish our self-esteem by com¬ 
paring ourselves with others 
who .seem not to be doing as 
well as we are morally and 
spiritually. That may be a 
useful ploy, but in no way is it 
repentance. 

Then we sometimes think 
that we are repenting simply 
by making good resolutions, 
by declaring our intention to 
live better in the future. Sa¬ 
muel John.son, in words often 
quoted, and often misquoted, 
said, “Hell is paved with 
good intentions.” Johnson’s 
biographer, James Boswell, 
said that John.son was in his 
own life “sensible of the un¬ 
happy failure of pious re¬ 
solves.” 

You know from your own 
experience that kind of un¬ 
happy failure. On a good day 
I can make five or six really 
splendid resolutions before 
breakfast and if even two 
per cent of the ones I have 
made during just this past 
year had been realized peo¬ 
ple around me would be 
blinded by the glow of my 
halo. 

Another way of counter¬ 
feiting repentance is in the 
bitter-sweet emotion of re¬ 
morse. Remorse is a sort of 
emotional hangover, the dis¬ 
comforting remembering of 
offences one has committed. 
Remorse sometimes leads to 
changes for the good in con¬ 
duct and character, but not 


very often. Remorse can 
lead us into gentle self-con¬ 
gratulatory moods—and 
therein is its special sweet¬ 
ness. But remorse rarely 
leads to realistic repen¬ 
tance. 

In the Bible, repentance 
means a change of heart, a 
change in life’s direction; as 
one scholar has put it, “It 
represents a fundamental 
reorientation of the whole 
personality.” But repen¬ 
tance is not to be seen as a 
once-in-a-lifetime matter, 
not even as a one-in-a-while 
activity. 

In 1517 Martin Luther, in 
the action which is generally 
taken as lighting the fuse of 
the Reformation, posted on 
the door of the Castle Church 
In Wittenberg, (Germany, a 
document consisting of 95 
propositions: the first of 
these makes this declara¬ 
tion, “Our Lord and Master, 
Jesus Christ, in saying, ‘Re¬ 
pent, etc.’, meant the whole 
life of the faithful to be an 
act of repentance.” That is a 
classic statement of the 
Christian understanding of 
repentance. 

Repentance is not some¬ 
thing you do now and that’s 
that. It is not a once-and-for- 
all realignment of purpose 
and aim: that would make it 
merely the good-resolutions 
ploy. Repentance is an ongo¬ 
ing personal enterprise, a 
turning from self and sin to 
God and his grace today and 
tomorrow, and the day after 
tomorrow, all the tomorrows 
of your life. 

C. S. Lewis put the matter 
this way: “A Christian isn’t a 
man who never goes wrong, 
but a man who is enabled to 
repent and pick himself up 
again after each stumble.” 

(Davidson is minister of 
Dominion-Chalmers United 
Church, Ottawa.) 


UNITARIAN CHURCH 

106 Superior Street 
10:30 a.m. 

THE COURAGE 
TO CREATE■’ 

Or. Horace Westwood 
Church School 10:30 a.m. 
VlFHora Invited 



“ENCOURABEMENT 
FOR FAITHFUL WORKERS" 
8:45 and 11:00 a.m. 
* Rw. Walter Tompkins 

★ SSO Ul. FRaiLV MBU SCHOOL 


VICTORIA'S DOWNTOWN FELLOWSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH 


833 PANDORA AVENUE 
PHONE — 385-7786 

PASTOR: R. D. HOLMES 

FrMcHmg CNIot Crucified, Ricen, and Coming Again 

T 7:00 P.M. 

“CHRISTUN SERVICE BRKADE" 

* Gcane Riaotr * YwB Choir 

SpMker (Wtsltm * Smmi Austin 
FicM Rep.) Silmt 

* Bovs PaHidpitfnf 
Everyone Welcome 



388-5334 or 477-4935 


Meeting at 

LEONARDO DA VINCI CENTRE 

lOSBtf StrMi 


A TEAM MINISTRY 
EXEC. PASTOR 
REV. BILL JOHNS 

PASTOR: 

DOUG ROBERTS, M.D. 


MINISTERS^ 

FRED FARREN 
TED FOLLOWS 
ART OALLAIFORO 
RICK I4ENSON 
DOUO KOOY 
BRIAN RUUD 


CHRISTIAN CHARISMATIC FELLOWSHIP 

NURSERY PROVIDED 

10:30 A.M. D0U6 and DONNA ROBERTS 

EVENING SERVICE 
CANCELLED 

Spend the evening with your family 
or visit another congregation. 


nenMU OTAna corps 

757 Pendora Avenue 
Corps Officere: 

Meior and Mrs. John Wilder 

Corps Officera: 

Maiof and Mrs. John Wilder 
9:31 a.m. Snnday SciHwl 
‘‘Make Saaday School 
a Family Affair" 

11:00 a.m. 
Holiness Meeting 
7:00 p.m. 

Evangelistic Meeting 

A Warm Welcome awaits you 


CHRISTIAN 

SCIENCE 

SUNDAY SERVICE 
AND 

SUNDAY SCHOOL 
10:30 A.M. 

“MIND” 


WEDNESDAY TESTIMONY 
MEETINGS, 8 P.M. 

★ 

FIRST CHURCH OF CHWST 
SCIENTIST 

1205 Pandora at Chambers 
Victoria. B.C. 

Elevator, Nursery, Parking 

Reading Room 
Open Daily 
1210 Broad Street 

Welcome 


Army 

paper 

notes 

100th 


Only a handful of publica¬ 
tions can claim the distinc¬ 
tion of being 100 years old, 
and for reli^ous periodicals 
the number is even smaller. 

Yet that is the milestone 
achieved by the Salvation 
Army’s much-loved War 
Cry, whose ubiquitous deliv¬ 
ery men and women are 
found in nearly every nation 
in the world today. 

The Canadian and Bermu¬ 
dan edition has a circulation 
of about 100,000, according to 
Captain William Merritt, the 
army’s public relations offi¬ 
cer in Victoria. 

Locally about 400 are sold 
in beer parlors and bars, 
while a larger number is 
delivered to various institu¬ 
tions, such as hospitals and 
prisons. 

The weekly newpaper car¬ 
ries news of interest to com- 



Local War Ciy salesman finds receptive spirit 


mitted Salvationists, 
thought-provoking general 
articles, and a popular miss¬ 
ing persons column. 

Merritt, who not too long 
ago was a War Cry salesman 
himself, said the missing 
persons column has been so 
successful that on occasion it 
has discovered people who 
didn’t even want to be found. 

Donations received from 
patrons at watering-holes 
pay a significant portion of 
the cost of circulation, Mer¬ 
ritt said, adding that al¬ 
though Salvationists don’t 
drink, they don’t mind con¬ 


versing with those who do. 

“You’d be surprised at the 
intelligent and interesting 
conversations I’ve struck up 
in bars,” he said. “Often 
with the most unlikely-look¬ 
ing people. 

“The owners usually make 
us feel welcome, perhaps in 
part because the arrival of a 
black-uniformed one of our 
number helps raise the 
moral tone.” 

To commemorate the cen¬ 
tenary, a booklet entitled 
Ever is the War Cry has been 
produced by international 
headquarters in London. 


Written by retired Salva¬ 
tion Army Lieut-Col. Cvril 
Barnes, it chrunicle.s the nis- 
tory of the organ from its 
first edition Dec. 27, 1879, to 
the present day, including 
many interesting front-page 
facsimiles. 

The War Cry replaced sev¬ 
eral earlier publications, ail 
of them personally edited by 
the movement’s founder, 
Rev. William Booth, among 
them the East London Evan¬ 
gelist (1868-69), the Chris¬ 
tian Mission Magazine ( 1870- 
78), and The Salvationist 
(1879.) 


CHRISTIAN APOSTOLIC 
CHURCH 

Original Chnstwn Doctrina 

SUNDAY SERVICE 
a SUNDAY SCHOOL 
11:00 A.M. 

2663 Sh«iboLjme St.. Victoria 


BERACAH BIBU CNURCtl 

5550 Hamsterly Rd. 
Sunday Sandeea 
10 a.m., 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. 
Wed. Prayer Meeting 7 p.m. 
FOY L SPIVEY, Pastor 
Independent Fundamental 


Saanich Community Church 

MENNONITE BRETHREN 

Pastor - Paul Unger 

990 Falmouth Road 477-4387 or 384-8841 

10 A.M. “GOD’S BUILDING” 

11 A.M. BIBLE CLASSES 

— We Welcome You — 


FIRST CNIISniUI REFORMED MCH 

. at Agnes off Glanford 

A 10:30 A.M. MORNING WORSHIP 

/t\ 6.-00 P.M. EVENING WORSHIP 

^ I ^ Minister: Dan R. TIgchelaar, B.A., D.D. 
— EVERYONE WELCOME — 

Church of the Back to God Hour 


BRinSH ISiUEL WORLD FEDERATION (CAN.) 

Victoria Branch 

K ^ PUBLIC MEETING 
mb Sunday Afternoon at 3 p.m. 
— m the Doniifilon Hotel, 759 Yatw Street 

BIBLE DISCUSSION 

Radio broadcast every Sunday 10 a m. and 10:15 a m onKA RI (500) 



PmIwk JOHN nOHE 
RON LEECH 

trinity 

Christian 


centre 

» 4 S FULLERTON AVE. SHMISS 

A Charismatic Fellowship 

10 AJI. MORNINO WORSHIP 

(Children's Church is provided 
during this service) 

6:30 P.M. EVENING WORSHIP 

^ Nurssry providsd for all services 


CNmd. 


UniTV OP UICTORIP 

at the EMPRESS HOTEL 

Sunday Services; 9;30 and 11:00 a m. 

Humboldt Room 

Church Office; M-9. 635 Humboldt St 
Phone 382-1613 

Ministers; Rev. Marvin Anderson 

Rev. Kathryn Garlon-Anderson 


PENTECOSTAL ASSEMBLIES OF CANADA 




ueens 
venue 

APOSTOLIC CHURCH 

IwwRIiniitil pewtaattal 

804 QUEENS AVENUE 
REV. ALAN McLEAN 
382-7833 or 595-3782 


10 A.M. 
Sunday School 

for All Ages 

11 A.M. 

THE CHURCH 
UNDER FIRE" 
Pastor McLean 

speaking 

7 P.M. 

"LOOKING UNTO 
JESUS" 

Chris Cormack 
speaking ’ 


1 


NORTH DOUGLAS 
PENTECOSTAL TABERNACLE 

Dougla.s at Canterbury 
Pastor: Rev. Harold Pend ray 
VislUtion: Rev. G. Rowland Youth: Art Henkel 
9:45 A.M. SUNDAY SCHCX)L 
Tranapoflation call 479-1332 

11KX) A.M. “CHRISTIAN EXAMPLE" Pastor Pendray 
7:00 P.M. “SIX DOWN—ONE TO GO" Pastor Henkel 
— Everyone Welcome — 


iJ 


THE CHRISTADELPHIANS 

13% McKenzie Avenue 



Great News 
World 


vm PM. 

"THE STARS! DO THEY TELL 
US ABOUT THE FUTURE" 

C. Dangerfield 

Bible Address Sunday 7.'00 p.m. 

Everyone Welcome No Collections 


Sunday School 9:20 a.m. 


Memorial Worship IldXI a.m. 


CHINESE PENTECOSTAL CHURCH 

800 Princott 

SUNDAY 9:45 a.m. Sundav School 
11:N a.m. and 7:39 p.m. Worsnip Services 

Prayer - Wed., 7:39 p.m. Youth - Fri., 7:30 p.m. 


Pastor: Rav. Stave Wong 383-3678 


COLWOOD PENTECOSTAL 
CHURCH 


Pastor: D. L McMillan, 2250 Sooke Road 

9:30 B.m. Christian Education Hour 
10:30 a.m. Morning Service 
7:00 p.m. Evening Service 


VICTORIA ALLIANCE CHURCH 

af the Christian and Mitaionary AMance 
Pastor H. Orlln Craig — Telephone 592-1821 
1792 Townley SL - (Across fron UchaMiad EleneaUry ScImoI) 

11 UL DAVID BENKE d DrBSSiri QimAm 
7 PJI. REV. RAY DOWNEY d Zairf 

9:45 ajn. Sunday School, 7 pjn. Monday Boyi' and Girto' Gubt 
2:30 pjn. ChinoM Sifvica with Pastor Ho. 

7:15 pjn. Thwiday • CoNagt A Caraar 
Youth Fellowthip Weekly at scheduled 


ANNUAL MISSIONARY CONVENTION 
FEB. 24 • turn 2 

Hear Ray Downey, Tuee. and Wed. at 7:30 p.m. Hear 
Stuart Ughtbody of Colombia and Laura Rozell of 
Taiwan on Thure. and Fri. Missionary Potluck Supper 
— Fri. 6:30 p.m. Everyone Welcome 


GOD S WORD 
AS IT IS 

^lad rr*™" 

Iidings 

Assistant; K. KUBftVN Mvsk: G. KRAUSE 


PENTECOSTAL CHURCH 
142 Nsrtk Park St. 
3M-7I33 314-0113 
Past(K; E. AUSTIN 


VICTORIA TRUTH 

1201 FORT ST. CENTRE 

DR. E. M. SMILEY. Minister ■ ■■■■ 

11 A.M. 

“PRAYER IS THINKING” 

Dr. E. M. Smiley 

7:30 P.M. 

“IS LIGHT ENOUGH? ” 

“STOP, LOOK AND LISTEN! ” 

Flo Bell and Lyn Neal 

Special Notice: The Children's Church meets every 
Sunday at 11 a.m. All children and Young People 
are lovingly welcomed 

The Senior Young Peopie will meet each Thursday 
evening at 7;3Q p.m. 


TOMIGNT- 440 P.M.-FAMILY SERVICE 

Spaaktrs: Dak CwiMMhlS—Canada North 
NaNk Nandricksaii—Kenya 


• Meet the Missionaries 

• Interviews with Don Kauffman (China). Jean Latta 

(Hong Kong); Gerry Harbridge (Home Missions) 

• Pot Luck Supper (Bring your Food) 

• For the Whole Family 

SUNDAY- MISSIOHS (XNIVENTION 

9:46 A M.—FAMILY BIBLE SCHOOL 

• Missionaries in ail departments 

11:00 A.M. 

REV. DON KAUFFMAN 

• Dynamic Life Long Missionary to China. 
• ALSO; Pierre Bergeron (Quebec), 

Dale Cummins (Native) 

540 P.M. - FILM FESTIVAL 

• Missionary Pictures of many Lands 


7:00 P.M. 

REV DON RAYMER 

• Thailand Missionary 

• ALSO: Richard Odongo (Africa) 

Nellie Hendrickson (Kenya) 

Gerry Harbridge (Home Missions) 

Mnuslnt 6REAT MISSIOHS CORVEHTIOH 






































































































































RELIGION 


THE COLONIST, Sat., February a, ijSO 25 


Film night will focus on nuclear weapons ban 

Church chronicles 


FILMS ON nuclear 
weapons will be shown Fri¬ 
day, Feb. 29, at Fairfield 
United Church, at 8 p.m. The 
program is under the aus¬ 
pices of the Victoria Coali¬ 
tion for Disarmament, spon¬ 
sored by the Interchurch 
Committee on World De¬ 
velopment Education, and 
other community groups. 

The program will include 
War Without Winners pro¬ 
duced by the Centre for De¬ 
fence Information, Washing- 
ton; The War Game, 
produced for the BBC; and 
Conscience and War Taxes, 
a slide-tape set prepared for 
the National Council for the 
World Peace Tax Fund, 
Washington. 

TWO GRADUATES of Ca 
nadian Theological College, 


Regina, will speak at ser¬ 
vices at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. 
Sunday at Victoria Alliance 
Church, 1792Townley. 

David Benke, engaged in 
Christian ministry at Bros- 
sard, Quebec, will speak at 
the morning service, while 
Rev. Ray Downey, on ex¬ 
tended furlough from Zaire, 
will be the evening speaker. 

THE STORY of a teenage 
drug pusher Welcome Home, 
will be shown at Parkdale 
Evangelican Free Church, 
1095 Tolmie, Sunday at 6 
p.m. 

Based on a true story, the 
movie is filled with non-stop 


chase, prison drama, and the 
best in contemporary Chris¬ 
tian music. 

Produced by Erik Jacob¬ 
son, with music by Debbie 
Boone, Dave Boyer and An- 
drae Crouch, it is a Gospel 
Films release. 

SACitED HEART parish 
plans a Lenten supper Mon¬ 
day, at 6 p.rh. in the church 
hall, 4040 Nelthorpe, as part 
of its Share Lent appeal. 

Some Vietnamese refu¬ 
gees who are experienced 
cooks will prepare the basic 
food of rice. 

Brief co-ordinating aware¬ 
ness talks, outlining the 


B Anglican Catholic 


ANGLICAN 

nm^H Church of Canada 


\ RENEWAL 

1 — Parish of St. Athanasius — 


CENTRE 

1 SUNDAY SUNG MASS - 1:30 P.M. 


Prayer and 

I at Grace Lutheran Church 


1273 Fori Street 


Praise Service 

Lentun Suriua of Addruaaua: 


Every Friday 7:30 p.m. 

“ATNUrrES OP QOD 



AND SOLDIERS OF CHRIST” 


in 

By Father Roland Paitner. S.S.J.E. 


St. Saviour’s Church 

I 'phoiihng Our Anglican Catholic Heritage 


Cor. Calharina A Hanry 8U. 


including native Indians, 
will be given by Charles Ca- 
villa, principal of St. Jo¬ 
seph’s school, and Father 
Terry McNamara. 

A slide tape. Who Owns 
The Sky?, dealing with in¬ 
dustrial pollution in the Phil¬ 
ippines, will be shown while 
Lila Pires with her Philip¬ 
pine dance group will round 
out the supper program. 

No charge. Donation bas¬ 
ket only. For registration 
phone 477-9218, 382-0404, 477- 
4179, 384-8575 or 47-1674. Pro¬ 
ceeds for Asian refugees. 

SPEAKER AT the annual 
noon Lenten Forum at St. 
John’s Anglican Church on 
Quadra next Wednesday at 
12:10 p.m. is Jim Ricks, 
director of integrated ser¬ 
vices for child and family 
development. 

The sessions begin at 12:10 
each Wednesday in Lent and 
conclude at 12:50. 

CHRIST CHURCH Angli- 


LENTEN MISSION 

FEBRUARY 24 to 29 

St. Andrew’s Cathedral 

View at Blanehard 

On the Inner Prayer 
for those attracted to the Devout Life 

Directed by: Father John Main, O.S.B., and 
Deacon Lawrence Freeman. O.S.B. 

After noonday Masses, Also evening Devotions, 
Monday to Friday 7:30 p.m., Monday-friday 

Father Main will speak at all the Sunday Masses, 
February 24th 



0BERAMMER6AU 

See the Femoue Peeeion Play 
m 1000 Performed Every U> 
Veere. 

Aleo vielt: 

Notre Dame Cathedral 
St. Marh'a Cathedral 
Weatminater Abbey 
Canterbury Cathedral 
Saliabury Cathedral 
See aleo: 

Stonehenge. River Rhlrw, 
Brenner Paaa, Venice, Lucerne. 
Pane, 

and much more. 

From VarKOuver 
Fulty Conducted Tour 
Depart 20 Aug. 1080 
20daya. 

$1,005 Complete. 

Fare iocludea: 747 let by War- 
dair. all hotela. luxury coach 
travel, ferriea, moat meals, local 
tours and fees, transtera gratui¬ 
ties. baggage handling and 
seats to Passion Ptay. 

Limited Number of Seats, 
lor complete itinerary: 
Employee Travel Service 
727 Johnaon St. Rm. 243 
Victoria, B.C. V8W 1MO 
3S2^21 Off. 

Houra: 0-12:30 
668-6166 haa. 


LENTEN MISSION 

(Saturday, Feb. 23 to Friday, Feb. 29) ' 

ST. JOSEPH S CHURCH—785 West Burnside Road 

Telephone: 479-5860 

SPEAKER: REV. JOHN HENNESSY O.M.I. 

Sat. & Sun.; God's love tor us: our trust in Mim 

Monday Whom do you say that I am? " — Jesus m our lives 

Tuesday Whatever became of Sin’ ' 

Wedne^ay Pef>llenlial Service 

Thursday: I am come that you may have life, and have it to th^ 
full —. Healing Service 

Friday: Mary, the Woman ol Faith — Message to 


MASSES artd SERMONS: EVERYONE WELCOME! 

Sat. 5:00 p.m.-Sun. 8:30 a.m. A 10:30 a.m. 

— Weekdays 7:30 p.m. 


Reformed Episcopal 

CHURCH OF OUR LORD 

Humboldt and Blanshard St., Victoria, B.C 
11:00 

MORNING PRAYER 
Sermon—Rev. Charles Dorringtoo 
9:30 A.M. 

HOLY COMMUNION 

— All Welcome — 

Memorial Service for the late I 
Gladys Birch, Feb. 28, L2:3t p.m. 

Minister — Rev. Charies W. Donington ‘ 



FREE LIFE FELLOWSHIP MEETING 


Every Sunday 

2 p.m. & 7:30 p.m. 
Holyrood House 

(ComBT Blanshard & Bay) 


Come Expecting 
A Miracle 

Paator; ROSS SHARP 



CLASSICAL 

ORGAN 

WORKSHOP 



■Hk MR. fiEMU) SUIttin tf 
Los Hufthit CiWifiliB. 

DATE: Saturday, March lat, 1980 

TIME: 9:30 a.m. to 1KX) p.m. 

PLACE: Eaquimalt Unitod Church, 

500 Admirals Rd. (Admirals 
A Lyall) 

This workshop will be of major interest 
to Organists, Choir Directors and all 
pers^s interested'^in furthering their 
musical knowledge. 

In addition Mr. Gerrard will be Introduc¬ 
ing the new and exciting BALDWIN 635 
Electronic Pipe Organ. 

For lurther information on how you may 
register to attend (no charge), please 
call 381-0551. 


Raldwiri 


LENTEN MISSION 

(Saturday, Fab. 23, to Friday, Feb. 29) 

ST. JOSEPtrS CHURCH 785 Woat Burnside Road 

TMophooa: 479-5860 

SPEAKER: REV. JOHN HENNESSY, O.M.I. 

Sat. and Son.: "(iod’s love for us: our trust In Him ’ 
Monday; "Whom do you say that I am?"—Jesus in our lives. 
Tuesday: "Whatever became of Sin? ” 

Wednesday; Penitential Service 
Thursday: "I am come that you may have life. 

and have it to the fuiT'—Healing Service. 
Friday; "Mary, the Woman of Faith."—Message to parents. 
MASSES and SERMONS; EVERYONE WELCOME! 

Sat. 5:00 p.m. Sun. 8:30 a m. and 10:30 a.m. 

Weekdays 7:30 p.m. 


IS 


youth for chrisi/canada 
prtsents 


SYMPOSIUM 

ON 

YOUTH 


With Or. Jamas DiRaddo. noted for his diagnosis 
of youth, their needs and aspirations. 

With other visiting youth specialists. 


Sponsored by 

YOUTH FOR CHRIST 

at 

LAMBRICK PARK CHURCH 
1780 Feltham Rd., Victoria 

For Information Phone: 
383-1013 



PIANO SORdAN CENTRE 

1736 Douglas Street 
“Right Across from The Bay" 
Telephone 381-0551 2 2 


I 



Downey 

. on furlough 


can Cathedral, Quadra at 
Rockland, presents the Gal¬ 
lery Singers of Vancouver in 
concert today at 4 p.m. A 
collection will be taken. 

DlALrA-RIDE is the plan 
for a Victoria church to 
make Sunday school and ser¬ 
vices available to a wider 
group of children and adults. 

Staffed by volunteers 
using their own cars, mem¬ 
bers of Parkdale Evangeli¬ 
cal Free Church are looking 
to the day when this will de¬ 
velop into a full bus min¬ 
istry. 

Parkdale Evangelical is 


on the comer of Tolmie and 
Jackson. For information 
*^phone 721-3488. 

SUNDAY, March 2, Christ 
Church AnglicTn Cathedral 
will present the University 
of Victoria chamber choir at 
2 p.m., with Edward Norman 
conducting the University 


Wind Ensemble. Admission 
will be free. 

VICTORIA presbytery of 
the United Church will spon¬ 
sor a festival of faith at Cad- 
boro Bay United Church 
March 14-15. Registration, 
$10, is available at any Unit¬ 
ed Church in the area now. 


Silver Threads 


SAANICH 

AAONOAY FRIOAY-8:30 «.m., bil¬ 
liards. shuffleboard, plngpong, droo- 
ins. 

SUNDAY—2 p.m., concert orchestra 
practice. 

AAONOAy-*:30 a m.. Hampton Sing^ 
ars practice, ceramics; 11:45. lunch: 1 
p.m.. duplicate bridge, ceramics. 1:30. 
St. John Ambulance course, lesson 2. 
change in body systems; 7. Hampton 
Happy Gang practice. 

TUESDAY—4 a.m.. carpet bowling; 
9:30. bearKvork. basketry, dressmaking, 
lapidary; 11:45. lunch; 1:15p.m,progres 
si VC whist; 1:30, toy making, discussion 
group. GrUydon Gibson, solar anergy 
WEONESOAY-9 a.m.. 5^n bowling 
(transportation providad); 9:30. wootF 
carving, leafherwork. oil painting; ia 
conversational French; 11:45. lunch; 1 
p.nv, films; 1:15. bridge lessons. 2. 
conceH. Duncan harmonica band. 

THURSOAy-9 a.m.. carpet bowling; 
9:30. knitting and crochet, weaving, ball¬ 
point embroidery, lapidary; 11:45. 
lunch; 1 p.m.. progressive bridge. Spin 
bowling at AAayfair lanes, oil painting, 
macrame. oullting; 1:15. beginners 
French; 7. bingo. 

FRIDAY—9 a.m.. carpet bowling (be¬ 
ginners); 9:30. novetty class, lapidary; 
li;4S. lunch. 1:15 p.m., iacko; 7:30. prp 
gressive whist. 

SATURDAY—9:30 a.m.. Songmen 
practice; l;30p.m.. cribbage, billiards, 
drop-ins. 

Tickets on sale for; bellingham trip, 
March 13; St. Patricks dinner dance, 
AAarch 19; Coquitlam shopping centre 
trip, AAarch 27. 

Volunteers needed to drive handi¬ 
capped members to and from centre; tea 
and coffee scrveddalty at 10a.m. and2:30 
p.m. Income tax assistance beginning 
March 4, make appointment at office. 
ESOUIMALT 

MONDAY-10 a m., learn to dance; 
noon, light lunch; 1:30p.m.; dl painting, 
carpet bowling, 3-5 p.m., bowling. Town 
and Country lanes. 

TUESOAy-9-n a m. and 11-1 p.m.. 
senior mixed curling at Esquimatt sports 
centre; M) a.m., art for beginners. Silver 
Singers, exercise to music toliowed by 
senior swim; noon, light lunch; 1 p.m., 
chess and checkers; 1:30 p.m., carpet 
bowUng; 2-3 p.m., senior swim. 

WEDNESOAY-IO a.m.. liquid em 
broidery: noon, hot lunch; 1:30 p.m., 
whist, novetties, sewing, beadwork, cro¬ 
chet, knitting and toyrnaking. 

THURSDAY—10 a.m., weaving, exer¬ 
cise to music toliowed by svrim, writer 
group; noon, light lunch; 1-1:30 p.m., 
public health nurse visits; 1:30 p.m., 
bridge and cribbage. 

FRIDAY—10 a.m. ceramics. (Heather 
Dent studios), carpet bowling, quilting; 


KNOX 

PRESITTEItUN CNWCH 

2984 Rkhmond Road 

' A Fnandty Church Thai Cares " 
Mlniater: 

Row. David A. Smith. B.A. 
11 A.M. Morning Worahlp 

** JESUS ON 
REVENUr 

Norsery FaclUlies 
Chorch Sclwd Clastes 

11 a.m. KiadergarieB to 
Grade i 

7 p.m. Jmiior Yooth Groap 
Wedaesday —16:15 a.m. 

Adalt Blue Stady 
yt$itors Most Welcome 


TRINITY 

MESaVTEinM CMMCN 

2W4 Tlllkum Road at 
Gorge Shopping Plaza 
'The fritodly church 
Close to Motels' 

10x00 A.II. 
Chrlatianity and 
Tha <^tta 
11 A.M. 

“THE SEARCH 
FOR SECURITY" 
Monday at 7:30 p.m. 
Exploring tha Book (BIWa Study 
ai>d DIocuaalon) 

Nuraary and Church School 

MWNw: Rtv. 8. DJadIMU. 


St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church 

Downtown • Douglas St at Broughton 
Ministry: Rav. Bruce Motloy and Mrs. Chrissie Hogg 

11 iE-’TNC MHUZIM Sfllir 

(Acta 19:1-20) 

Nuraary Cara; Church School, aN grades 


3 PJL-SUK PKSCNTATIOM M WMA ANB NEFAL 

By Prof, and Mr«. 0. Brand. Tea (K(r1i HaN) 

7 PJL-’^SIIOCK ANOM THE SRVEltSNtTNr 

(Acta 19:21-41) 

» Thura. 10:45 a.m. BiWa Study; 6 p.m. 

Junior ChOtr; 6:45 p m. Intarmadiato Chofr. 

vfsrroas kVELCOiME 



CITY AND DISTRICT CHURCHES 


GOSPEL CHAPELS 


SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST 



OAKLANDSCHAPEL 

Femwood end Ceder Hill Road 
* SUNDAY 

9:30 a.m. Breaking ol Bread 

11:15 a.m. Sunday School and 

Family Bibie Hour 

Speaker. AAr. l. E. Wallace 

6:30 p.m. Evening Service 

Speaker; Mr. D. Clark 
THURSDAY I P.M. 

Prayer and Bibie Study 

SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH 

903 Pandora Avt. at Vancouver St. 
Sabbath School - 9:30 a.m. Saturday 
Worship Service —11:00 a.m. 

Wadnesdav —7:»p.m. 

Pastor: Lynn Baerg 1721-3739) 

LUTHERAN 

LUTHERAN CHURCH 

OF THE CROSS 

Cedar Hill and Cedar Hill Cross Roads 
Alfred J. C. Johnson. Pastor, 477 3151 
SUNDAY 

10 am. OMne worship Service 

11 a.fTL Sunday School and 

Bible Classes 

The Church Mhere Femllies 

Worship Together 

Evangelical Lutheran Church ol Canada 
(E.L.C.C. formerly A.L.C.) 

Visitors Welcome 

VICTORIA GOSPEL CHAPEL 

935 Pandora Avenue 

SUNDAY 

9:30 a.m. — Lord's Supper 

11:15 am.-Sunday School 
and Family Bible Hour 

Speaker; AAr. Dennis Clark 

7:00 p.m. Evening Service 

Speaker: AAr. Bob GUI and 

Joyful Sounds Quartet 

7:4$ Wednesday 

Praver 4 Bible Study 

HOPE LUTHERAN CHURCH 
MISSOURI SYNOD 

1924 Carrick Street off Foul Bay 

The Rev. L M. Carlson, Pastor 992-2300 
DIVINE WORSHIP SERVICES - 11 a m. 
Sunday School Bible Classes - 9:45 a.m. 
A4ld-Week Lenten Service 
Wednesday 7:15 p.m. 

A Church of •• The Lutheran Hour" 
and "TMs Is the Lite" 

BETHESOA GOSPEL CHAPEL 

1900 Oak Bay Avenue 

SUNDAYS: 

9:30 a.m. Remembrance AAeeting 
1l;)5ajn. Family Hour 

7:00 p.m. Evening Service 

Speaker: AAr. Joe HItchen 
at both services 
WEDNESDAYS 7.30 p.m. 

Praver and Bible Study 

Enquiries 5954926 or 3M-3273 

GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH 

1273 Fort Street 383-5256 

Minister: Rev. Ronald C. Nelson 
loiltMran Church in America 
(Acrott from Central Junior High) 

11:00 a.m. 

WORSHIP 

Everyone Welcome 

SPIRITUALISM 

OPEN DOOR SPIRITUALIST CHURCH 
YkB Cook Street 

SUNDAY 7:00 P.M 
WEDNESDAYS 7:30 P.M. 

Rev. Joseph Crinite, Montreal, 
Speaker and Clairvovant 

Pastor - Rev. E. M. Ralph 

Attend The FriendlY Church 

GOOD SHEPHERD LUTHERAN 

2115 Cedar Hill Road 

Rev. Fred Kncbel. 6540043 

10 a.m. English —11 a.m. German 

THE FIRST SPIRITtiALIST CHURCH 
“The Church of Two Worlds'' 

IW Fort Street 

SUNDAY SERVICE 11 A M. 

Pastor: Rev. Julian North 
Organist; Grace Hawkins 
Clairvoyance and Healing 
VISITORS WELCOME 

REDEEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH 
Comer Jacklin and Jankins 

9:45 a.m. Sunday School 
and Bible Class 

11 a m. Worship 

Mlnistir Herman BIckel, 47400SO 

ROYAL OAK CHRISTIAN 
SPIRITUALIST CHURCH 

Women’s Institute Hall 

4516 West Saanich Road 

One Service monthty on the last Sunday of 
every month at 7:30 p.m. 

Trance lecture, ctalrvovence and healing 
PrincipaK: Reverend Joy Lewe 
and AAr. Frank Lowe 

Next Service — February 24th 

Attend 

the Church 

of your choice 


United 


9-11 a.m. and IM p.riL. senior mixed 
curling at the Esquimalt Sports centre: 
11-noon, senior swim; noon, full hot 
luTKh; 1:30 p.m. dance. 

St. Patrick's tea and concert, March 13, 
504. 

St. Patrick's dinner dance March 21.6 
p.m. S150. 

VICTOWIA 

MONOAY-FmOAy-e;30 a m., drop- 
in. cards, shuftiaooard, pool, library: 
9:30, arts and crafts classes; 11:30, 
lunch; 1 p.m., arts and crafts classes. 

MONDAY—1 p.m.. stamp club; 1:15, 
bridge; 7. whist. 

TUESDAY—9 a m., rods and reels. 10 
a.m.. beginners' bridge class; 1 p.m., 
intermediate bridge class; 1:30, films, 
2:30. bowling at Town and Country; 7:15, 
old-timc dance, members only. 

WEDNESDAY-1 p.m.. chess club, 
1:15. singsong: 1:45. concert. 

THURSDAY—11:30 4.m. to 1:30 p.m., 
public health nurse; 1:30, old-time 
dance. 

FRlOAy-)0:30 a.m., keep-tit class, 
conversational French; I p.m., duplicate 
bridge, choir; ):1S. bridge. 7, cribbage. 

SATURDAY—n a.m. to 4 p.m., drop- 
in; 10:30, conversational Spanish, cards, 
shuffleboard. pool; I p.m., chess club; 

1:30, whist; 7. SOO card game. 

SUNDAY-1 to 4 p.m., dropJns. dupli¬ 
cate bridge. 

Help with income tax, 311-4260. 
SlONfV 

MONDAY-FRIDAY—Centre open, 
cards, library, billiards, morning coffee 
afternoon tea. 

MONDAY- to a.m., dance tor fun, 
quilting, billiards; noon, lunch; 12:30 
p.m., ceramics; 1, swim club; 2. films: 
Cry of the Gull and Lady and the Owt; 
7:30. bingo. 

TUESOAY-9:30. lapidary, Seren- 
aders practice, painting; noon, lunch; l 
p.m..whist,pajnNng; 7, shuffleboard and 
games night. 

WEDNESDAY-10 a m., novelties: 
noon, hot dinner: 1 p.m., discussion 
group: Herbert Warren talks about But- 
chart (gardens; 2. concert Peter Bradley; 
7, duplicate bridge. 

THURSOAY-9:30 a.m.. lapidary; 10 
a.m., weaving, carpet bowling, noon, 
lunch; 1 p.m., bridge, dressmaking, 
weaving; 7. crib. 

FRlOAy-9:30. Spanish; 40 a m., se¬ 
nior ceramiQ, quilting, keep fit; noon, 
lunch; 1 p.m., chess club. Silver "T" 
Beils practice, stretch and sew; 2. iacko; 
7. evening cards. 

SATURDAY-SUNDAY—open 1—4 
p.m. tor drop-ins. 

Anyone interested in Instructing water - 
colors on a volunteer basis, piease con¬ 
tact Sidney Silver Threads. 


FIRST UNITED 
CHURCH 

Quadra at Balmoral 

11 A.M. 

« MORNING WORSHIP 
• “THE FIRE 
WE CAN UGNT" 

Or. Arthur L. Andaraon 
School Ag« Students attend firat 
pert of Service then proceed to 


12:30 Teen and Pre-Teen 
Lunc h eon and Bible Study 
1 <X) p.m. AduN Enrichment 


Progre 
7:30 p.m. HM 


) p.m. Hl-C Group 
Nuraery and Toddler 
FadHtloa Available 


OAK BAY 
UNITED CHURCH 

Granite and Mitchell 
Paatora; Bill Van Druten, 

^ Rav. Angus Jack 

8:1$ as4 11 AJL 
^ MORNING 
' WORSHIP 

“3 HARD 
SPOTS 

Gueet Miniater: 

Rev. Clare Holmes 

9:15 a.m. Church School 
Or.e. 4-12 and Adult CI.mm 
llbO a.m. Nurawy 
Klndwvarlw) OradM 1, 2. and 3 

DWL-X-mTM 8»M»35 



METROPOLITAN 

UNITED CHURCH 
PacKlora at Quadra Straat 
For a Cloaar Walk With God 
Or. A. E. King, B.A.. D.O. 

Rav. E. L Butter, B.A., S.T.M. 

Rev. A. CaMar, BA 
11 A.M. 

OUR DAILY 
TEMPTATIONS 
Dr. A. E. King 
7:30 P.M. 

WHO REALLY 
"SEES?” 

Rav. E. L. Butiar 
10:30 a.m. Famiiy Chapai 
11:00 a.m. Cracha and 
Church School 


CENTENNIAL 

UNITED CHURCH 
Gorge Road and David Street 
(0pp. Coloay Motor la.) 

Rev. G. A. McMechan 
11:88 A.M. 

*1)9 YEAST AND 
DAILY BREAD" 

Prairie NigM Service 7 p.m. 
GeeU Speaker. Rev. Joka Travta 


ST. AIDAN’S 

UNITEO CHURCH 

Rickmoad al Cedar Hill X Road 
Miaisler Rev. J. Rae Allaa 

ONC SCRVICC ONLY 
10x30 a.ni. 
MOfmiMQ WOBSHIF 

Special Congragationai 
Meeting — 11:30 a.m. 
NOTE: Sanday School Hill Im 
held at 

Creche Provided 


BELNONT AVENUE 
UNITED CHURCH 

Belmond Ava. at Pambroke St. 

WorsliisSfrvica-11 A.M. 

Nuraary facilities available 
Rav. R. F. MePharaon, 5954796 


CADBORO UY UNITED 

2C25 ARBUTUS ROAD 

Rev. Joka M. Davkhoa, 477-2715 

10:86 A.M. 

MORNING WORSHIP 
^JESUS* TEMPTATION 
AND OURS** 

Rev. John Davidson 
Sunday School and 
Narsery FaciUties Available 


FAIRFIELD 

UNITED CHURCH 
Moss Street & Fairfield Road 
Minister Rev. W. Joseph Price 
Organist & Choirmaster 
Faith Webster, L.R.S.M. 

9M a.m. Seaday Charcb School 
II a.m. Mornlag Worship 
“GOOD TURNS 
.■Ml GOOD NEWS - 


GORDON HEAD 
UNITED CHURCH 

Rer. Ku»»eil K. Vickera, 
Minister 

477-0412. 477-6506 

11:15 A.M. 

“REDUCED 

RELIGION^ 

Sunday School and 
Nursery at the same hour 
Nretiil al SL Dwsua'i Ckarrh, 
cararr a( Tyadal) and Sai Jdad 


Garte CHy-Wilkiiisoii Road 
Pastaral Charge 

Service of Worahip and 
Sunday School at 
Garden City — 10 a.m. 

4054 Carey Road 
Service of Worship at 
Wilkinson Road — 11:15 a.m. 
Wilkinson Road and Glyn Ave. 
Strangon are trienda you 
haven't yet met 


JANES BAY UNITEO CHURCH 

511 Michigan Street 
A friendly church serving 
(he whole community since 1851 
Morning Worship — n:M a.m. 
Sunday School at 10:45 a.m. 

MinlMer: Re%. Bert Korsy Ihe 
3aS-737S 304-5821 


“A Friemdly Church" 


Anglican 




CAThedpaA 

Quadra at Courtney 
2 blocks up Irom Douglas 

LENT I 

6:00 a.m. Holy Eucharist 
9:15 a m. Church School 
9:30 a.m. Family Eucharist 
11 ;00 a.m Mattins 
5:15 p.m. Holy Eucharist 
7:30 p.m. Evensong 

WEEKDAYS 
Mattins 9:00 a m. 
Evensong 5:15 p.m. 
Holy Eucharist 
Tues. and Wed 11 a.m. 
Thurs. 7:30 a m. 

Fri. 12:16 noon 



SAINT 

JOHN’S 


1811 Quadra 
near Pandora 

S.’BB a.m. Holy Commaalon 
tot a.m. Family Commaaloi 
Church School aad Nursery 
11:BB a.m. Morning Prayer 
Preacher: 

The Rev. Walter Donald 
at both services 
Wed. ll:Ma.m. 

Holy Communion 
12:BI Noon Forum 
Dr. Jim Ricks 
“COMMUNITY" 

Canon Robert D. MacRae 
383-71$$ 


ST. BARNABAS 

Baimortd and Bagbiu 
Caam Barry Jeaks 

al all Services 

7:5$ a.m. Manias aad ComrauBioa 
lt:3$ a.m. LiUny in Procession. 
Sung Mass, Nursery 
and Church School. 

7:38 p.m. Solemn Evensong 
and Stations of the Cross 
Holy Communion Dally 
Fr. D. R. Chasseis 565-8242 


Cw. Cedar Hill ud l edar Hill X Rd. 
Rector 

The Rev. D. fr:dward J. Moaldea 

8:00 a.m. Holy Communion 
11:00 a.m. Mattins 
Sunday School and Nursery 
7:30 p.m. Holy Communion 
Thursday 

10:30 a.m. Holy Communion 


ST. MARY'S 

ELGIN ROAD 

The Faiitk Ckarrh of Oak Bay 
8:3$ a.m. Holy Communion 
9:3$ a.m. Ckristiaa Family Narlare 
ILWa.rn. MalUas 
Preacher; The Reclor 
4:$$ p.m. Holy Communion 
WEDNESDAY 
7:3$ p.m. Lenten Service 

THIRSDAY 

IPJI a.m. Holy Commnnion 


ST. MATTHIAS’ 

Richmond al Richardson 
Ractor: 

Canoe W E Oroonnafgh LTh. 

S a.m. HoK Cmamnnkw 
It;^ a.m. Family Service 
7:19 a m. Kachariiit aad Ike 
Layiac-oa-of-Haads 
with Prayer. 

■aly CaniMdm Tmidayi 7JI a.B. 


THURSDAY, FEB. 28lh 
Victoria Chapter Guild 
otHeaHk 

l:3i p.m. latercevKioa 
SI. Joka'i Chapel 
2 a.m. Geaeral MeeUnx 
Rahert Vauakan speaker 


^ftcr'6 

Qnadra at St. Peters Rd. 
RFV. CHARLKS A. HAMFR 
38$^lll 

$:$$ a.m. Holy Communion 
1$:3$ a.m. MaUins 


St Dunstan’s 
Gordon Noad 

Tyndall and San Joan 
8:00 a.m. Holy Commnnion 
0:45 a.m. Family Enchaiist 
and Church School 


ST. OEOAIE THE MAATVA 

' Cadboro Bay Road and 
Maynard Straat 
Rav. Patar McCalman. 
477-0705 

8 a.m. Holy Communion 
9:30 a.m. FamMy Eucharlat 
and Church School 
11 a.m. Morning Prayar 


St. PblllD’S 

NeU Street aad Eastdewne Road 
Rector- Rev. D. Nell RoMasoa 
8:$$ a.m. Holy Communion 
0:15 a.m. Family Fucharist 
11:$$ a.m. Morning Prayer 


TTsMidSirs^ 

Catherine A Henry Sts. 

(Tara oata Cathertae St. 
al the flrtt traRk IMl 
West of J ahaaaa SL Brt^) 


Father Walter 

V EUCHARIST; 

Families with Children 


Donald A 

: 10 A.M. I 

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26 THE COLONIST, Sat., Febru^iry 23, 1980 


CmiADJl 


Help arm Afghans, 
Moroz urges Canada 


CAL(JARY (UPC) — Canada should not 
only boyeott Hu* Moscow Olympics but 
should send arms to assist Afghan rebels in 
their battle against the Soviet army, So¬ 
viet dissident Valentyn Moroz said Fri¬ 
day. 

Moroz told a news conference that 
many Western leaders are taking too soft a 
line on the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan 
and should consider immediate armed in¬ 
tervention. 

He singled out U S. presidential candi¬ 
dal^* Edward Kennedy's position as being 
dangerous becau.se the senator “does not 
pay attention to the goals of the Soviet 
Union.” 

Moroz, who was one of five Soviet dissi¬ 
dents freed in a prisoner exchange be¬ 
tween the United States and the Soviet 


Union, predicted the Russians will not 
settle for Afghanistan but will advance to 
the Persian Gulf to gain control of the 
Middle East's vast petroleum resources. 

“What we have now are Chamberlains, 
what we need is a (Sir Winston) Chur¬ 
chill,” he said, referring to British Prime 
Minister Neville Chamberlain who re¬ 
turned to London after pre-war meetir^s 
with Adolf Hitler to say he had achieved 
“peace in our time.” 

Moroz, speaking through an Interpret¬ 
er, .said the Canadian government should 
consider sending small arms, including 
“small rockets” to the Afghan rebels. 

He also said that a boycott of the Mos¬ 
cow summer games would be a “most 
powerful weapon” in protesting Soviet 
military activity in Afghani.stan. 


PLANT NOW! 



LISTEN TO GOOD ADVICE 
FROM HARRY HORN 

SAT. and SUN. 8*.4M1:26 a.m., 1:45-3:36 p.m. on C-FAX 


CITY OF PORT ALBERNI 

PROPERTY FOR SALE BY TENDER 

Sealed Tenders marked. Tender for Property Fifth Avenue and Argyle Street will be 
received by the undersigned up to 5;00 p.m. Friday. March 21st. 1980 for the 
purchase of approximately 31.000 square feet of land at the north-east corner of 5th 
Avenue and Argyle Street. The location and approximate dimensions of the property 
are shown on the following plan. 


th 


AVENUE 



UPSET PRICE 

The upset price of the property is $110.000.00 

CONDITIONS OF SALE 

The sale of the property will be conditional upon: 

(a) acceptance by City Council of the proposed development of the property which shall be in 
accordance with the Uses Permitted and Conditions of Use prescribed by Port Alberni 
Zoning By-Law 1972. No. 3106, and amendments thereto, for either Multiple Family 
Residential District (RM2) or a proposed Multiple Family Residential District (RM2-A). 
and 

(b) rezoning of the property from the existing Two Family Residential District (R2) to either of 
the foregoing zoning classifications appropriate for the proposed development. 

SEWER EASEMENT 

A sewer main traverses the property approximately as shown on the above plan If this 
interferes with the proposed building on the subject property the successful tenderer will be 
required to relocate the sewer main at his own expense and subject ta tbe-satisfaction of the 
City Engmeer or otherwise to grant an easement at no cost to the City. 

TERMS OF PURCHASE 

The terms of purchase shall be: 

(a) payment in full plus registration fees at the time of acceptance of the tender by the City, 
or 

(b) payment of Va of the purchase price, plus registration fees, at the time of acceptance of the 
tender by the City, with an un^rtaking by the successful tenderer to pay the balance of the 
purchase price in two equal annual installments of principal plus interest on the unpaid 
balance at the prime rate prevailing on the dale of acceptance of the tender by the City 
Payments may be accelerated at any time without penalty. 

DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT 

The successful tenderer will be required to enter into a development agreement with the City 
undertaking: 

(a) to pay the balance of the purchase price. If any. in accordance with sub-section (b) of the 
TERMS OF PURCHASE outlined above, and 

(b) to cause construction of the proposed building(s) on the subject land to reach the first floor 
joist stage within twelve (12) months of the date of acceptance. 

REQUIREMENTS OF TENDER 

All tenders shall be accompanied by. 

(a) Preliminary plans showing the siting, parking, landscaping, proposed floor plans and 
elevatirm plans of the building(s) to be constructed on the site, and 

(b) A certified cheque In the amount of 5% of the tendered price which shall be forfeited to the 
City if the purchaser fails to complete the purchase by entering into the required 
development agreement. 

TRANSFER OF TTOB 

The City shall not be obliged to give a transter of fifle to this property and the sale shall not be 
closed until 

(a) the balance of the purchase price, if any. with interest thereon as aforesaid shall have been 
paid, and 

(b) the construction of the proposed building(s) on the subject land has been completed to at 
least the first floor joist stage. 

CANCELLATION 

In the event the proposed development of the site is not acceptable to Council or the rezoning of 
the site fails to receive approval, the sale shall be cancelled and all monies paid by the tenderer 
to the City shall be refunded without interest. 

In the event that the successful tenderer enters into the required development agreement but 
fails to comply with the conditions thereof, the City reserves the right to terminate the agreement 
and refund all monies received in payment lor the land less a sum equal to 10% of the purchase 
price, plus interest on any unpaid balance. 

The City accepts no liability for any costs or expenses incurred by any tenderer. The highest or 
any tender will not necessarily be accepted. 

More particulars may be obtained at the City Hall, 4850 Argyle Street, Port 
Alberni, B.C. V9Y 1V8 (723-2146) 

G.A. WILEY, 
City Clerk 


rWorker blamed- 
for Coke needle 

PRINCE RUPERT(CP) — A spokesman for 
C^a-Cola says a hypodermic syringe found in a 
bottle of Coca-Cola purchased by a Prince Rupert 
man probably was put there by a bottling plant 
worker. 

Joerg Ostermann, public relations manager of 
Lloca-Cola in Toronto, said Thursday that sanitary 
precautions taken in plants are nearly perfect so he 
can only asssume the syringe was put in the bottle 
deliberately, possibly as a joke. 

Bob Grantham said he found a hypodermic sy¬ 
ringe in a one-litre bottle of Coca-Cola he bought last 
weekend. 

A representative from Goodwill Bottling, the 
B.C. distributor for Coca-Cola in Prince Rupert, 
held a meeting on Thursday with Grantham. 

Clint Dow of (Goodwill said the Coca-Cola was 
bottled in Prince George, so he was turning the 
matter over to the manager of the Prince George 
plant. 


Mountie taped talks 
with boss, probe told 


OTTAWA (CP) — Counsel for the 
McDonald Royal Commission into alleged 
RCMP wrong-doing said Friday an assis¬ 
tant commissioner of the RCMP secretly 
recorded conversations he had with one of 
his superiors. 

An alleged transcript of the June, 1977. 
conversations between Assistant Commis¬ 
sioner Murray Sexsmith and then deputy 
solicitor-general Roger Tasse formed the 
basis of some questions asked of Tasse by 
commission counsel Jake Howard. Tasse 
now is deputy minister of justice. 

However, government lawyers objected 
to use of the transcript, saying no one had 
proved the conversations were recorded by 
Sexsmith or that the transcripts were 
what Howard said they were. 

If any further use was made of them in 


future hearings, the government might 
have “something to say about that,” the 
commission was told. 

Howard asked Tasse if he had known 
thatSexsmith was recording the conversa¬ 
tions or if Sexsmith told him he was rec¬ 
ording them. 

Tasse replied that Sexsmith hadn’t told 
him of the recordings and that he learn¬ 
ed of them “much later on.” 

The Tassc-Sexsmith talks centred on 
the federal government’s concern when it 
learned that in 1972 the RCMP, along with 
two other police forces in Quebec, ille¬ 
gally broke into offices of Agence de 
Presse Libre du Quebec (ALPQ), a left- 
wing news agency in Montreal. 



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UN panel off to Tehran today 


Piece of cake for Ted on 48th 


oenalor Edward Kennedy watches as 
nis wife Joan cuts the first piece of 
birthday cake for the senator at a 
fund-raiser in Boston as he cam¬ 


paigned for the Massachusetts presi¬ 
dential primary March 4. The cake was 
baked in the shape of the White House. 
Kennedy turned 48 on Friday. 


Associctfd Prvu 

The* five-man United Na¬ 
tions commission selected to 
hear Iranian charges 
against the deposed shah of 
Iran will leave Geneva, 
Switzerland, for Tehran 
today, the UN announced. 

But after days of uncer¬ 
tainty, the tie between the 
commission’s work and re¬ 
lease of the American hos¬ 
tages being held by student 
militants in the Iranian capi¬ 
tal was still not clear. 

In Tehran, Iranian Presi¬ 
dent Abolhassan Bani-Sadr 
delivered a hard-line iaw- 
and-order speech, blaming 
the revolutionary guards for 
provoking some distur¬ 
bances in northern provinces 
and vowing that disturbers 
of the peace “and all other 
troublemakers will be dealt 
with with no mercy.’’ He said 
maintenance of law and 
order was the most impor¬ 
tant problem facing his revo¬ 
lutionary government. 

All but two members of the 
international commission 
were in Geneva on Friday 


waiting for their already 
once-delayed departure for 
Tehran. Tony Cumow, UN 
chief spokesman in Geneva, 
said that the two absent 
commission members, Mo¬ 
hamad Bedjaoui of Algeria, 
who met with UN Secretary- 
General Kurt Waldheim in 
New York on Friday, and 
Louis-Edmond Pettiti of 
France, who went to Paris on 
Thursday, would return to 
Geneva in time for the 
Tehran flight. 

Andres Aguilar of Vene¬ 
zuela, Hector Wilfred 
Jayewardene of Sri Lanka 
and Adib Daoudy of Syria 
held further meetings with 
UN officials in Geneva to 
prepare for their work, and 


met representatives of orga¬ 
nizations involved in past 
studies of the shah. 

The commission had been 
scheduled to leave for 
Tehran last Wednesday. But 
Waldheim announced a 
delay until the weekend be¬ 
cause the Iranian govern¬ 
ment had asked him for “a 
little more time” to prepare 
' for the group’s arrival. 

Cumow said he could not 
explain the developments 
that led to fixing today’s 
noon departure of the com¬ 
mission, whose functions the 
United States hopes will lead 
to the release of its Tehran 
embassy staff, held hostage 
since militants took over the 
U S. embassy Nov. 4 and 


demanded the return of the 
shah. 

Stout denials by Iranian 
Foreign Minister Sadegh 
Ghotbzadeh that the work of 
the commission was linked 
to an early release of the hos¬ 
tages stood in contrast to 
persistent reports from the 
U.S. that just the opposite 
was true. 

Exactly what the Iranian 
regime and the U.S. govern¬ 
ment have agreed to let the 
commission decide was not 
publicly known. Waldheim 
had said only the commis¬ 
sion was to complete its work 
and report to him soon. 

Iran requires that the 
United States admit guilt of 
alleged past crimes in Iran, 


vow not to intervene there 
again and not stand in the 
way of extradition of the 
shah, who is now in Panama. 

On the basis of recent 
statements from the princi¬ 
pals involved there is still no 
clear indication of a consen¬ 
sus among Iranian author¬ 
ities to put an end to the 
crisis that has left some 50 
American hostages captive 
’ at the embasssy since Nov. 
4. 

Bani-Sadr, responsible for 
most of the recent initia¬ 
tives, appears unable to per¬ 
suade his opponents on the 
ruling Revolutionary Coun¬ 
cil to agree to proposals that 
would lead to a settlement. 


FBI grabs ‘pirates’ 


ATLANTA, Ga. (AP) — FBI agents and 
RCMP officers have broken up an al¬ 
leged international bootleg record album 
operation in Rome, Ga., Pittsburgh and 
four Ontario cities, the F^BI reported Fri¬ 
day. 

Benjamin Cooke, special agent in 
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as a result of a four-month investigation. 

He said Jwo record presses, several 
master recordings and other machines 
valued at $130,000, used to manufacture the 
bootleg albums were seized in Rome. He 
said agents also seized approximately 4,- 
000 albums. 


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Herring fishermen face new snags 


To prevent further deple¬ 
tion of the stocks, the federal 
fisheries department has or¬ 
dered gillnetters to use only 
one net this year instead of 
two, and proposed that seine 
operators work out a pooling 
system in which half would 
fish the traditional grounds 
off the west coast of Vancou¬ 


ver Island and in the Gulf of 
Georgia while the other half 
would fish remote pocket 
areas. 

Procopation said the regu¬ 
lation limiting gillnetters to 
one net would not help con- 
.servation but would put bi*- 
tween 700 and 800 fishermen 
out of work. 


He said the pooling propos¬ 
al was not much better, and 
was pleased to hear it was 
dropped Thursday by outgo¬ 
ing Fisheries Minister Jim 
McGrath. McGrath said 
such a controversial propos¬ 
al should be left for the new 
Liberal government to re¬ 
view. 


.MINI SERIES NO. 2. 

THE VICTORIA SYMPHONY 
Paul Fraaman, Music Diractor 


MOZART TO MENDELSSOHN 


At UniversHy Centre AudHorium 
MARCH 6th, 8 P.M. 

PAUL FREEMAN,CONDUCTOR 

SOLOISTS: 

DERRY DEANE, Violin SUSAN EDDLEMON. Violin 

JOAN WATSON FAST, Horn KATHARINE HARTUNG. Oboe 
STEPHEN PIERCE, Clarinet NANCY HILBORN, Bassoon 

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Fnecmar^ 


A 47-year-old Victoria businessman was fined $1,800 in 
Victoria provincial court Friday for income tax evasion, 
nearly ope half of the tax he didn’t pay. 

Gordon Stuart Saunders, of 12:10 Rockland, pleaded 
guilty to failing to declare $11,847.02 in income and thereby 
evading $3,872.64 in federal income tax. 

National Revenue investigators found that Saunders, 
president of G.S. Saunders Ltd., a general contracting firm, 
deliberately falsified job costs by including personal ex- 
pen.se.s such as construction of his summer cottage and 
renovations to his personal residence. They said Saunders 
altered account coding on invoices, changed shipping desti¬ 
nations, and directed suppliers to include personal items in 
their invoices to the company. 

The maximum fine which could have been levied by 
Judge William Ostler was 200 per cent of the amount of tax 
judged to be evaded. 

OSTLER CALLED a 23-year-old man’s actions “the 
grossest impertinence” before handing him a five-day jail 
sentence. 

James Brian Newfell, who gave police an address of 431 
Hillside, pleaded guilty to assault by trespassing, mischief 
causing wilful damage, and possession of marijuana. 

Crown counsel Robert Mulligan said the first two 
offences occurred Jan. 17, when staff at the Dominion Hotel 
discovered Newfell sleeping on a cot in the fourth-floor 
hallway at about 6:45 a.m. As he was being escorted out. 
Mulligan said, Newfell became angry and kicked the eleva¬ 
tor gate, putting it out of action for a time. 

In connection with the drug charge, crown counsel Mal¬ 
colm Macaulay said the incident occurred the very next day, 
when Victoria city police stopped Newfell in the 600-block 
Yates and found a seven-gram baggie of marijuana in one of 
his pockets. 

Newfell was taken to the police station and placed in an 
interview room, Macaulay continued. When the arresting 
officers left the room for a few moments, Newfell began 
smoking a marijuana cigarette. A further search was made 
when the officers returned, and another small amount of the 
drug was found. 

A 41-YEAR-OLD Victoria fisherman who pleaded guilty 
to two counts of indecent assault was remanded until March*7 
for a pre-sentence report and sentencing. 

The man pleaded guilty to assaulting his 16-year-old 
daughter Dec. 8 and 9 aboard his vessel, which was docked at 
Fisherman’s Wharf. 

The man’s name, which was given in court, will not be 
published because of this newspaper’s policy to protect the 
identity of the victim of sexual assault where possible. 

Crown counsel Don Laughton said the man told police he 
had a drinking problem and needed psychiatric help. 

Ostler released the man on his own recognizance and 
ordered him to submit to psychological evaluation or alcohol 
counselling as directed before sentencing. The judge also 
told defence lawyer Victor Simpson and crown counsel 
Laughton not to take the release ’ order to mean that a 
suspended sentence was automatic in this case. 

TWO MEN WERE given jail sentences for drinking-driv¬ 
ing convictions. 

Jody Coward, 27, of 10150 Third Street in Sidney, pleaded 
guilty to driving with a blood-alcohol content over .08 per 
cent, and was given a three-month term. 

Court was told Coward was observed initially speeding 
on Central Saanich Road at about 8:20 p.m. on Nov. 17, and a 
short chase was required before he could be stopped. 

Crown counsel N.K. Varma said Coward was convicted 
of impaired driving June 1, 1978, and was fined $450, and of 
refusing a breath test demand Oct. 23, 1979, and fined 
$i:)0. 

Judge Harold Alder found 28-year-old Theodore James 
Lutz, of 1956 Kaltasin, guilty of impaired driving and 
refusing a breath test demand and handed him a concurrent, 
11 day jail term. 

Lutz was .stopped after he was noticed tailgating a 
vehicle on his motorcycle on Sooke Road shortly after 11 p.m. 
on Aug. 25. 

FINED $400 EACH for drinking-driving offences were: 
Anthony Roger Gaunt, 23, of 1750 Hampshire: Phyllis Mar¬ 
garet Whyte, 59, of 948 Esquimait; and David William 
McCaig, 19, of 1639 Chandler. 

Four rescued 
as boat burns 


Four persons were res¬ 
cued Friday afternoon from 
a burning fishing vessel 

Fisheries 
TV topic 

OTTAWA (CP) — CBC 
television will present 
March 5 a special hour-long 
documentary on Canada’s 
'200-mile fishing zone and the 
future of the fishing indus- 

‘ry- 

'The zone was proclaimed 
iii 1977 and since then Can¬ 
ada has become the world’s 
No. 1 fish exporter. Explora¬ 
tion of the petroleum and 
mineral wealth beneath 
those waters-has just begun. 


about 40 kilometres south of 
Prince Rupert in Grenville 
Channel. 

A spokesman at the Pa¬ 
cific Rescue Centre in Vic¬ 
toria said the Canadian 
Coast Guard cutter Ready, 
on coastal patrol duty, raced 
to the aid of the 47-foot Ace 
Away, registered and based 
in Vancouver, and brought 
the engine fire under con¬ 
trol. 

The burning vessel was lo¬ 
cated in Grenville Channel, 
which is between Pitt Island 
and the B.C. mainland. 

The alarm was raised 
.shortly before 4 p.m., the 
spokesman said. 

No names were released, 
but the rescue centre said no 
one was injured in the fire. 


VANCOUVER (CPI- 
West Coast herring fisher¬ 
men have always risked 
their lives in rough open seas 
and some of the worst winter 
storms to make a living. 

Since the lucrative herring 
roe industry began in 1972, 
they’ve also had to cope with 
the pandemonium that ac¬ 
companies boats manoeuvr¬ 
ing in close quarters to battle 
over one school of fish which 
could disappear in 15 
minutes. 

This year, with the open¬ 
ing of the herring season 
about one week away, fisher¬ 
men are looking at two new 
problems—dwindling stocks 
and uncertain prices. 

These problems are on top 
of uncertain weather that 
has cost several fishermen 
their lives in past seasons. 
However, safety regulations 
for the boats have been up¬ 
graded and the coast guard 
has promised more protec¬ 
tion for the fleet this year. 

Herring, once considered 
good for nothing more than 


bait and fertilizer—now is 
the fish that lays the golden 
eggs. While Canadians turn 
up their noses at the valuable 
eggs (roe), the Japanese 
consider it to be a delicacy. 

Until late last year, the 
Japanese were willing to pay 
almost any price to get the 
delicacy they call kazunoko 
onto their tables. 

When the price reached 
$90 a kilogram and the Japa¬ 
nese government said hy¬ 
drogen peroxide used in the 
final processing caused can¬ 
cer, Japanese consumers 
boycotted the roe and left 60 
per cent of the Cahadian 
product on the shelves. 

Jerry Spitz, president of 
the B.C. Fisheries As.socia- 
tion, calls it a total collapse 
of the market and says the 
only way to woo back the 
consumers is to cut prices 
drastically, including those 
paid to the fishermen. 

The fishermen say the 
companies which import roe 
to Japan manipulated the 


collapse by artifically inflat¬ 
ing the price. 

Bill Procopation, business 
agent for the United Fisher¬ 
men and Allied Workers 
Union, which represents the 
259 West Coast herring 
seiners and l,:i00 gillnetters, 
says his members will stick 
by their demand for a 
guaranteed price of $3,500 a 
ton. 

That represents a 200-per- 
cent-increase over last 
year’s guaranteed prices 
and a $:i00 increase over the 
average price paid last year. 
The fish packing companies 
are talking about reverting 
to 1977 prices of $285 a ton, 
but sources indicate they 
will probably settle at $1,000 
a ton. 

Greenpeace president Pat¬ 
rick Moore said heTring 
stocks had been steadily de¬ 
clining for the last four 
years. The total 1980 catch is 
expected to be 28,800 metric 
tons, 80 per cent of the $130 
million 1979 catch of 36,000 
tons. 


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ONION SETS 

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Brezhnev gives speech at Kremlin^s Palace of Congress 


THE COLONIST, Sat., February 23, 1980 29 


WORLD _^ 

Russians out 


WASHINGTON (AP) — Carter 
administration officials said pn- 
vately Friday that Soviet Presi¬ 
dent Leonid Brezhnev’s latest re¬ 
marks on Afghanistan might be an 
effort to split the United States 
and its European allies on the 
issue. 

Publicly, however, officials 
took a more cautious stance. 

Brezhnev’s remarks “will have 
to be examined all the way 
through before the administration 
will issue a statement,’’ said U.S. 
state department spokesman Hod- 
ding Carter. 

Later, the department added: 
“Our position continues to be that 
all Soviet troops shquid be with¬ 
drawn from Afghanistan, and that 
there should be a neutral, non- 
aligned government, acceptable 
to the people of Afghanistan. We 


are studying the Brezhnev speech 
in that light.’’ 

Brezhnev said Moscow was 
“ready to commence the with¬ 
drawal of our troops, a$ soon as all 
forms of outside interference 
directed against the government 
and people of Afghanistan are 
fully terminated.’’ 

He added: “Let the United 
States together with the neighbors 
of Afghanistan guarantee this, 
and then the need of Soviet mili¬ 
tary assistance will cease to 
exist.’’ 

Brezhnev’s speech seems to ex¬ 
pand on previous Soviet conditions 
for withdrawal, which he stated in 
an interview Jan. 12. 

“They (Soviet troops) will be 
fully withdrawn from Afghanistan 
once the causes that made the 
Afghan leadership request their 


^to split 

introduction disappear,’’ he said 
then. 

Carter administration officials, 
who asked not to be identified, 
said their initial reaction was to 
regard the new Soviet position as 
an effort to split the United States 
and EUirope on the issue. 

The administration is pressing 
its European allies to join a boy¬ 
cott of the Moscow Olympics and 
deny high technology items to the 
Soviet Union in retaliation for 
its Afghan adventure. 

Meanwhile, several European 
governments are promoting the 
idea of a Soviet withdrawal in 
return for a guarantee of a “neu¬ 
tral’’ Afghanistan. But the United 
States is talking about replacing 
the Soviet troops with a United 
Nations force drawn from Moslem 
countries. 


West’ 


U.S. state Secretary Cyrus 
Vance returned Friday from a 
trip to four European capitals 
promoting the American view. 
After his return, he also met with 
Canadian ambassfdor Kenneth 
Towe for the same purpose. 

Administration officials said 
they had anticipated that the 
Kremlin would make a gesture to 
encourage European govern¬ 
ments to believe that the current 
problem in East-West relations 
was partly a result of President 
Carter’s desire to use the Afghan 
crisis to rally domestic support 
for his re-election effort. 

But the officials said they can¬ 
not rule out the possibility that the 
Kremlin feels it made a mistake 
in invading Afghanistan and is 
searching for a face-saving way to 
get out. 


REBY-UWIKI.4417li(ingtlK 
“$(«(«' Enterprise Bevilary 
Eitensiott By-taw, 19110”. 

TAKE NOTICE that the Council of The Corporation of the 
District of Saanich proposes to adopt the above-mentioned 
by-law, which will extend the bpundaries of the existing Sewer 
Enterprise area in the Municipality to Include the additional 
areas shown outlined in heavy black line on the maps forming 
part of this notice and the lands listed below, which. In the 
opinloii of the Council will be served with sewerage facilities 
withinTive (5) years of the first day of January, 1980. 



Portion of Lot A, Section 85, 
Victoria District, Plan 4523 
(Evergreen Place and Shore Way) 

2721 Tudor Avenue 

A Portion of Lot Part 42, Victoria 
District, Section 44, Plan 5900 and 
a Portion of Lot 4, Section 44, 
Victoria District Plan 8909 (Minni 
Mountain Development Site — near 
Bedford Road) 


1040 Iris Avenue 
1050 iris Avenue 
1056 Iris Avenue 
1068 Iris Avenue 

Lot 1, section 13,14,15,15A and 80, 
Victoria District. Plan 32836. 
(Tillicum Shopping Centre) 


4035 Cumberland Road 
(Part only) 

4253 Grange Road (Part only) 

4265 Grange Road 

Lot 42, Section 97, Victoria District, 
Plan 1304 (Viaduct Avenue) 

814 Mann Avenue (Part only) 

818 Mann Avenue (Part only) 

822 Mann Avenue (Part only) 

826 Mann Avenue 

832 Mann Avenue (Part only) 

4313 Vanguard Place 
4317 Vanguard Place 
4323 Vanguard Place 

A 108 Acre portion of Section 8, 
Lake District (Area to the 
Northeast of 4200 Block Ouadrq 
Street) 

Part 1, Section 8A, Lake District 
Plan 7392 

Part 2, Section 8A, Lake District 
Plan 7392 

West Part 3, Section 8A, Lake 

District Plan 7392 

West Part 4, Section 8A, Lake 

District Plan 7392 

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A copy of the said proposed by-law may be inspected at the office of the 
Municipal Clerk at 770 Vernon Avenue, Victoria, B.C. 

Objections to the proposed by-law may be submitted in writing to the said 
offices for a period of ten (10) days from publication of this notice. 

Dated at Victoria,'^British Columbia this 23rd day of February, 1980. 

“R. M. Sharp ’ 

Municipal Clerk 

































































































































































































































































































































































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SATURDAY,-FEBRUARY 23 . 1980 


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The Dally Colonist 383-4111 
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Wherever carrier service Is 
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The Daily Colonist Second 
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Victoria Tintes Second Class 
mail raplstration No. 0625. 

ISLAND 

REPRESENTATIVES 
Duncan. Chemainus— 

Mr. HILTON HOLT 746-6181 
Nanaimo 758-9633 

LakeCowIchan 749-6206 

Port Alberni— 

Mr.FredSuhr 723-8312 


CLASSIFICATION 

INDEX 


VITAL STATISTICS 

1 Births 

8 Cardsof Thanks 

308 Cards of Thanks 

305 Deaths and Funerals 

312 Florists 

310 Funeral Directors 

309 InMemoriams 

313 Miscellaneous 

311 Monuments 

NOTICES 

14 Announcennents 

16 Catering, Banquets and 
Reception Rooms 

15 Coming Events and 
AAaetIngs 

20 Lost and Found 
18 Places to Visit 

EMPLOYMENT 

28 Emptoyment Service 

21 Help Wanted—General 

22 Office Help 

26 Part Time—Temporary 
Help 

24 Sales Persons and Agents 
30 Situations Wanted 

23 Skilled Trades 

25 Teachers 

BUSINESS SERVICES 
36 Services Directory 

PERSONAL SERVICES 

33 Bands. Musicians and 
(Orchestras 

40 Business Personals 
43 Dancing 

42 Education 

41 Legal Services 
71 Music Teachers 
39 Personals. 

34 Pre-Recorded AAusk 
32 Trade Schools 

38 Travel 

MERCHANDISING 

83 Aircraft 
117 Antiques and Arts 
78 Bicycles 

80 Boats and Marine 
65 Building Supplies 

93 Cameras, Supplies and 
Photo Finishing 

127 Chicks, Poultry, Hatching 
Eggs, Supplies 

101 Children's Miscellaneous 
116 Coins and Stamps 
135 Farm Implements 
60 Fuel 

97 Furniture 
105 Garage Sales 
120 Garden Supplies 

99 Groceries, Meats and 
Produce 

95 Heating 8 . Fireplaces 
130 Heavy Equipnrent and 

Machinery 

128 Livestock, Supplies and 
Events 

96 Maior Appliances 

100 Miscellaneous tor Sale 
103 Miscellaneous Wanted 
109 Miscellaneous to Rent 

77 AAotorcycles 
70 Musical Instruments 
125 Pets and Supplies 
92 Sporting (^oods 

81 Sailboats 

94 Store and Office Furniture 

and Equipnnent 4 

115 Swaps * 

63 Timber 

98 TV, Stereo, Radio Sales and 
Service 

112 Wanted to Rent. 
Miscellaneous 

AUTOMOTIVE 

155 Automobile Financing and 
Insurance 

164 Auto Body and Painting 

168 Campers, Trailers and 
AAotor Honr^ 

166 Cars and Trucks Wanted 

150 Cars for Sale 

148 Lease Vehicles 

149 New Car Directory 
160 Parts, Accessories and 

Service 

151 Sports, Import Cars 
158 Tires 

154 Trucks, Buses and Vans 

156 U-Orive and Auto Washing 

ACCOMMODATION 
185 Convalescent and Rest 
Homes 
175 Hotels 

178 Summer Homes, Cottages 
and Resorts 

181 Tourist Accommodation 

RENTAL 

.201 Apartments to Rent, 
Furnished 

200 Apartments to Rent, 
Unfurnished 

203 Apartments Wanted 

206 Duplexes to Rent 

207 Duplexes Wanted to Rent 
202 Furniture to Rent 

215 Halls, Warehouses, Stores 
and Offices to Rent 
197 Housekeeping Rooms to 
Rent 

199 Housekeeping Rooms 
Wanted 

211 Housesto Rent, Furnished 
210 Houses to Rent, 

Unfurnished 

212 Houses Wanted to Rent 
205 Rental Agencies 

190 Room and Board 

191 Room and Board Wanted 

193 Rooms to Rent 

194 Rooms Wanted 

204 Shared Accomnwdations 

FINANCIAL 

155 Automobile Financing and 
Insurance 

233 AAortgage Loans and 
Insurance 

234 Mortgages for Sale 
230 Personal Loans and 

Insurance 

235 Wanted to Borrow 

REAL ESTATE 

280 Acreage for Sale and 
Wanted 

240 Business Opportunities 

241 Business Opportunities 
Wanted 

247 Commercial orindustrial 
Properties 

258 Condominiums 
253 Country Homes and 

Properties 

270 Exchange Real Estate 
290 Farms for Sale and Wanted 
263 Garages for Sale, Rent, 

Wanted 

293 Gulf Island Properties 
250 Houses for Sale 

265 Houses Wanted to Buy 
295 Listings Canceled 
268 Listings Wanted 

271 Lots for Sale 

294 Mainland and 
Out-ot-Province Properties 

169 A 6 obileHon>es and Parks 

273 Property for Sale 

274 Property Wanted 

244 Revenue Property 

245 Revenue Properties Wanted 

259 Townhouses 

285 Up-l stand Properties 
256 Waterfront Properties 


LARKE • Rick and Jennifer are 

palyn, 9 Ibe. 3oa. on F^. I9th, 
• 5iftpf#y# vf ipptfxiffon #od 

y and Maternity staff of 
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Zadtl,^ 

Soacav i__ 

Vl^ia General Hoepli 


6 ( 0 $., on January 31. im 
A baby sIstvTor Kristina. 
ymy special tha^s to Dr. R. 

ef r!wS'j^J!£ 


HANDYSIOES - Bom to John 
and Stephanie, a little sister 
^ DinM, MMwjrth Lelqtv 6 
lbs, 11 <«., on February 8.1980. 

and Or. Curran. (Insured). 


KILSHAW — Don and C&roi are 
piMSfd to announce the birth 

diner, 9 lbs. 14 ozs., on Feb¬ 
ruary 14. 1980. A brother for 
Julie. SpKlalth^s to Drs. E. 
P. Kardera and K. H. Chan and 


LEONARD — Dan and Sharon 
(nee Lowe) are proud to an¬ 
nounce the birth of their 
dau^ter, Natalie Sharon, 7 
1^ 15 o*s.. on February 19, 
1916. A si^ for Samantha. 
Many thanks to Or. BUI Cavers 
and the great maternity staff 
and students at R.J.H. 


LIM - Stan and Bonnie are proud 
to announce the arrival oftheir 
son Christopher Brennan, 8 

pm. January 30,1980. Our sln- 
^ Drs- Skaret. 
Colwlll, Popkin & Lyle for their 
sp^ A efficiency A to the 
R.J.H. maternity staff for all 
their h^. &^lal thanks to 
Nanny A JodTfor their T.L.C. 
to Mom A all five children. 


TAYLOR - On Thursday Fe- 
bruant 21st, 4:05 am a beautl- 
fuigift was blven to Frank and 
Laurie In the form of a son. 
Nicholas Mark. Undying grati¬ 
tude to Or. John Morrison and 
staff at Victoria General for 
their assistance In the birth 
of our son. 


TEPOORTEN — Bom to James 
and Judy, a new brother for 
Peter and Paul, Evan Andrew, 
7^bs. 9 ow., on February 15, 


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The Alumni 
Association of 
The University 
ot Victoria 

Cordially Invites the members of 
the Alumni Association of the 
University of Victoria to attend 
the DINNER AND ANNUAL 
GENERAL MEETING to be 
held Tuesday, April 29, 1980, 
staging at 6 p.m. In the Faculty 
Club. 

A nomination committee has 
presented the following pro- 
poaed slate of officers for the 
1980-81 executive committee: 

HONORARY PRESIDENT 
PRESIDENT 

IMMEOIATtSSV**"'*'*’ 

PRESIDENT 


SECOND VICE^R^iPenT* 
SECRET*f^“'= 
TREASURER 

John B. Gerrison 
MEMBERS AT LARGE ^ 
Pefer M. Birch-Jones 

^ Rov 8 <A.Emperlnghem 
Steile Higgins 

Chris D. Mein 
Clarence L.W. Reser 

Cleveland Tuttle 

Further nominations may be 
made by any three members of 
the Association who shall en¬ 
dorse on the nomlnetion their 
signatures, as wHI as written 
consent of the person nominated. 
Such further nominations shall 
bt In the hands of the Pro¬ 
gramme Director no later than 
March 14,1980. 

In the event of an election bellot- 
tiiM will be done by ntell in the 
letter part of March. Those 
elected will assume office at the 
Annuel Meeting. 

Enquiries may be made to the 
Alurwl Association, Sadoinvick 
-132, Unlw 


G^Hdlng, Room 130,132, Univer- 
sIN of Victoria, P.O. Box 1700, 
Victoria, B.C.V8W2Y2. 


GEMSTONE SEMINARS 

4 evening sessions, desses limit¬ 
ed to 6 persons, illustrated talks 
on a variety of precious end 
seml-preclous stones. For fur¬ 
ther Information call 383-4633 
1G4pm. Mon.-Fri. 

Custom Faceting Service 

MEDITATION IN ACTION 
Workshop. Calming end revita¬ 
lizing exercises for everyday use 
offered by Sri Chlnmov Centre. 
Green Room, Commons block at 
University. March 1-2 starting 
10am. Fee $10. Lunches pruvio- 
9^ Information 592-6211 or 


THE FERNW<>OD AUTUMN 
G^ Society vHih to announce 
the winners of their raffle. Patri¬ 
cia Graham, 1558 Church, won 
the lovely cushion, end Barbara 
Jonasson, 1021 N. Park Street, 
thebeeu^ doll. All who contrl- 
buted are warmly thanked. 


DOCTOR W.R. TEMPLETON 
wishes to announce the reloce- 
tlon of his practise to 1175 Cook 
St. Cook AAedIcal Building New 
WIna Vl^la, BC. As the 1st of 
Mar(^ 1980. Parking available. 
Appointment and 24hr calls. 
Telephone, 383-3311 


WINNER OF THE CANADIAN 
Olabs^ Aviation HonSi car 
rattle. 1st Prize: Harold E. All- 
sh re, Vancouver, B.C. 2nd 
Prize: B. C^epory, New West¬ 
minster, B.C. Jrd Prize: I. Bol- 
leau, Qoquitlam, B.C. 


CENTRAL STUDIO OF 
SPEECH 8i EXPRESSION 
Speak It, spell it and tell it with 
so(^ and sense. Also effective 
and corrective speech. Phone 
388-7190,8-10am or S-7^. 


BAZAAR HELD BY ST. Jo¬ 
seph s School of Nursing on 
March 15. Will ^ck up any donat- 
able goods, phone 3^3421 


TIMMY'S CAMP SHAWNIGAN 
Telethon auditions will be held 
^^^^M. 7 For appolnt- 


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1600 Government St 
Early Bird6:30pm 
Reg. Games 7pm 
5 Extra Games 

Save South Moresby 
★Wildernesstk 
$2-Lottery-$2 

Ucence • 30650. Obtain tickets 
from Sierra Club/ Environment 
Centre Office, 536A Yates. 
Phone 386-5255 or by mail fiw 
Islands Protection Society, 
Queen Charlotte Islands, Box 
302,Masset,V(mM0 

6FREE INFO. SHEET* 


UNITED NATI\^ 

NATIONS BINGO 

EVERY MON. NIGHT 
ESQUIA6ALT LEGION 
EARLYBIRDS6:45PM. 

Frae bus into tovm after extra 
games. Everyone welcome. 

ATHLETIC 

BINGO 

EVERY WEDNESDAY 
Garth Homer Centre 
813 Darwin 
Early Birds6:45p.m. 

PENINSULA SINGLESCLUB 

Invites all slr^ile, divorced, wl- 
do^ or separated persons to 
their Sunday Night Co^ end 
Dancing Social, 7:30-I0pm at 
New Dimensions Studio, 7SS 
Yates St. Free disco msons. For 
Information call 382-0333. 

FLEAAAARKET 

Sanscha Hall - Sidney. 

Pet Bey Hwy and Beacon Ave. 
Every Sunday commencing 
October 7,9em-4pm. Items new 
f used - oW A modem. Interest 
for all. Snack Bar. Admission: 
254. Resarvatlons: 656-3082. 

VICTORIA SINGLES HAPPEN- 
tog Dance Saturday February 
23rd at Leonardo DaVinci 
OMitr€. 195 Bay St. 9-1 am. De- 
ages 25-55. Admission 
by ticket only. Tickets at Hillside 
Mal^Phone 474-2618, 382-5619, 

TODAYS SINGLE WORLD 
Dance, Friday, February 29 at 

l:30pm. Oandng 9pnv1am. All 
singles welcome. 592-1335 or 
383-9626 for 24 hour recorded 
message. 

SWAPPE 
ANDSHOPPE 

521 CRAIGFLOWER RO 

_ Sat. 10am-12pm. _ 

A^VING. OPEN HOUSE FOR 
TrI-Chem liquid Embroidery. 
(3olng at coat prices. Also will 
send tor anything in the 1980 
cetologue at 15% off durinq the 
hm. S12 Cecelia Rd. off 
Jutland, 3864218. 

SINGLESCLUBS 
OF VICTORIA 

For up to dale Intormetlon on all 
dances, call 592-13^ or 24 hr 
recorded me66ageat3t3-9626 

LESBIAN INFORMATION 
end sod e I nlqW everv 2nd Thurv 

ELKS-OORP MONTHLY 
dance ^turdey, 9 pm, canned 
music by Paul AMItskl. snacks, 
prizes, S4 couple. 732 Cormo- 
rant. _ 

CANADIAN PRESIDENT OF 
Huntlmzton Khorea Society com¬ 
ing to Victoria on AAerch I4th 

asa?ifX%?3" 

COLUMBIAN OLD TIME 
^nceevery Sal. 9-12, Centennial 
Rah-esh- 

ments. 477-4829. _ 

CERAMIC FIGURINE CLASS 
Starting, advanced and leomers. 
?«2I Rprt Bay Ave. Dutchman 
Inn. 386-7557. _ 

PASSOP KNITTING MACHINE 
group lessons. Register now with 
xark Lunde, Sawyer Sewing 
Centre. 840 Fort St. 388-6228. 

LEAPYEAR “SINGLES" 
Adult Dance. Feb/29, live music. 
McMorran's Pavilion. Tickets at 
door, reservations. 658-5224. 

18 CATERIN8, BANQUETS 
mU RECEPTION BBS 

COURTYARD INN 

"LET US HELP YOU PLAN 
YOUR SPECIAL FUNCTION" 
—MEETINGS —LUNCHEONS 
—DINNERS —WEDDINGS 
Our new COURT R(X)M Ban¬ 
quet Fadlltles will greclously 
accommodate up to 80 persons. 
850Btanshard _ 38S^787 

CENTRALLY L(X>TEO HALL 
for rer^ cateriM service evell- 
able. 47^1767,4)7-9880. 


If CATOMilANONETS 
rnimaimm 

GEORGE^S BAVARIAN 
BANQUET FACILITIES 
1021 Pandora 383-7121 

INTERNATIONAL CUISINE 
3 01NING ROOMS AVAILABLE 
SMALL OR LARGE PARTIES 

AVAILABLE ON REQUEST 

CROWN'S FOOD & BAR, CA- 

.ccastons it 80 v 

_menus, reason- 

able prices. 383-5622. 


LRUWN'6 & 

torlno for all mxasi 
locanon. Varied men 
able prices. 383-5622. 

n Lon«8FiiNi 


SSOO REWARD OFFERED FOR 
ii^mation abiMt rad 1967 Ford 
Mustang fasmadL missing Feb¬ 
ruary im between 12:» and 
1:30bm from Ravelstoke Home 
Centre parking lot. Gorge Rd E. 
386^irdevs or 3t^sS9 eva- 
nlngs. 

REWARD FOR INF(3RMA- 
tlon leading to return of brown 
and white Indian sweater, kMl 
' Strathoona Hotel, Satur- 
16. Call i82-T ‘ 




1-1218, 


FOUND: YOUNG FEMALE 
cat, part PanJan, dark gray With 
oranga straak as , travairino wHh 
all wtma Slamasc typa mala. 
Oak Bay Junction. 592-9^ 

LOST : MALE SH E P- 
hard/Husky cross puppy with 
beige collar. Answers to NIkko. 
Cf5& Hlllx Rd. arte. 721-5172, 
477^12 Defiant. _ 

LOST: OTTER POINT RD. 
area large, female German 
-—g wearing black ooliar, 
to Shannon. Reward. 


ans wer k 

642-097. 


LOST: MALE, 6 M<3NTH OLD 
Gold and White Ldb/Semoved 
cross. Answers to Smokay. 
992-6879 Reward. 


LOST: 50 YEAR ROUND GOLD 
Charter pin with white rose In 
can^. Raward. 598-7897. 
598-7982. _ 

LOST: EARRING, SCRIMP- 
shaw with whaling scene on It. 
•nltlal J.E. on back. Reward. 
478-2065. _ 

LOST: IN DECEMBER, GOLD 
COIN NECKLACE IN FRANCIS 
JEWELERSCASE. REWARD. 
592-3729 _ 

NEW BRUNSWICK 
Wrth ca^.lflcatt January 27, 
1912. Loat In vicinity of Pandora 
and Douglas. 385-1967. _ 

LOST; LADIES SILVER 
watch, vicinity of YMCA or 
McDonalds on Pandora. Re- 
ward. 653-3829. _ 

LOST; ORANGE MALE TOM, 8 
months, Brentwood Bay, re- 
ward. 652-9947 days. _ 

LOST; BLUE BUDGIE, FEB. 18 
in Gordon Head area. 721-5467. 


FOUND: WEDNESDAY, BEA- 
vei^ka park, Honda keys. 

FOUND-YOUNG PREGNANT 
Siamese cat, Cralgflower Rd. 
area. 384-8989. _ 

LOST: SILVER PIERCED 
earring, around 1100 Yates on 
A6ondav. 388-7037. _ 

LOST: GOLD CHAIN BRACE- 
kt, heart-shaped lock, on safety 
chain. Reward. 383-4960. _ 

LOST: LADIES DIAMOND 
ring. Woodward's or Mall. Re- 
ward. 998-5541. _ 

ADULT WHITE RABBIT, 
^und In Firemans Park. 
592-7310 _ 

FOUND: GOLD BRACELET 
downtown area, phone to Iden- 
tlfy 368-4704. _ 

LOST: ONE (X>LD CHAIN AND 
pendent, downtown area. Re- 
werd. 382-1394, after 5. _ 

irOSlL^HARM BRACELET AT 
SUB Thursday p.m. Will Reward 
beyond Its value. 592-9010. 

LOST; MALE SCOTTISH TER- 
rlar, Fairfield area. Phone 
385-2350. _ 

FOUNO-GOLO BRACELET, 
Fairfield area. 3869253. 


Fairfleld/Moss area. 383-5713. 


FOUND: CAR KEY GOVERN- 
mentend View. 3863010. 


NOBWAITTa 

BENEBAL 


PLANNING 
ASSISTANT I 

(DRAFTSAAAN) 

This Is technical field and office 
work Involving the gathering 
and graphic presentation of in- 
formatl^ for planning pur¬ 
poses. The inoimbent will be 
responsible for undertaking var¬ 
ied assignments in the field of 
myniclMl planning which re¬ 
quire sk II in gathering date, and 
the a^lcetlM of fundamental 
plannino knowtedge. The work 
involves the preparation of re¬ 
port, plans and maps from es¬ 
tablished statistical sources and 
compiled <lata. Although, under 
the sup^lsion of a superior, 
some indapendance of action is 


Examples of work performed: 
Assists In compiling Information 
on special studies r^ted to so¬ 
cial research, public facilities, 
end area plans. 

Adepts orlglnel base maps^and 
zoning maps for presantation at 
meetings and public hearings. 
Applies illustration techniques 
•nd metorlels to the presenta¬ 
tion of planning protects, delin- 
eetos presentation material for 
raproduetton. 

A4^lcants must have grade 12, 
supplemented by technical 
courses In graphic and/or 
df«ftlno and some experience In 
technical plannino or related de¬ 
sign work. 

Furt^ details of the position 
be obtained from Personnel 

AnnuaTsalery tor this position 
rangw from S15,960-S18,9« plus 
attractive fringe beni^lt pack¬ 
age. 

Appllcatlom will be accepted by 
the underifgned until Jix p.m. 
Tuesday, March 4,1980. 

DIRECTOR, 
Personnel Services, 
Saanich MunicJpel Hall 

VlcS?iy,-SrvW2W7 


DRAFTSPERSON 

WANTED 

Design and buildino technotogy 
background Important. Experi¬ 
ence with architwiural drawing 
preferred. Victoria area. S^ 
resume to Victoria Press Box 
849. _ 

WANTED 

Person for office-manager posi¬ 
tion tor our account! ng/book- 
keeping area. Must have at least 
s<dioollng In current 
C.G.A techniques. Salary 
S1200-t- per mo^, full benefits. 
Please send resume to PO Box 
7032 Postal Station D. _ 

STATIONERY STORE HAS 
opening for sales clerk, prefer¬ 
ence will be wven to applicants 
with previous station^ experi¬ 
ence. Excellent befits and 
good working conditions. "Our 
emplovces are aware of this ed- 
vertlsement". Apply with re- 
sume to Victoria Press Box 842. 

HEAD FLORAL-DESIGNER 
Interested in moving to Port 
Hardy wanted. Apartments 
evelieble. Minimum 5 years ex¬ 
perience. Ai^v The Planitree 
Florists, P.O. Box'623, Port 


n aorwMiD 


DUNCAN, B.C. V9L 3X4 

DEPUTYTREASURER 
COLLECTOR 
The socceMful candidate will 
assist tha^Treasurer-Collector in 

partments end In his absance 
v^ll assynwl^ full responsibili¬ 
ties of Ms duties. 

Duties will Involve accounting 
sjgarylslon, .M^shng In budg? 
and financial statement prepa¬ 
ration, staff supervision and per¬ 
forming other rtlatod duties that 
rjay be assign^ from time to 

Cendidetes should preferebty be 
enrolled in • rec^nlzed ac- 
coynhng course (C.GJ^.. R.I.A.) 
and ^ve ett^ni^ at leest 3rd 
year stMng or have e^valent 
mupidpaf jwperlance. Some ex- 
perlenoe with data processing an 
Infww oomputor would be an 
a^. Should have personal Inl- 
tiatlva andba a satf-startar. 

Star^ salary will bt oomman- 
suratae^axparlanca and prov¬ 
an parformanca. EXcallant 
fringe benefits are applicable. 

wmtan applications stating ex- 

references will be received by 
theund^slgned up to 4;30p.m., 
Wednesday. February 27,1980. 

J. N. Barlkoff, 
Administrator 
The Corporation 
of the District of 
North C^chan, 

P.O. Box 278, 

Duncan, B.C. 

V9LaX4 



Province of 
BRITISH 
COLUMBIA 

ENGINEERING 

ASSISTANT 

For the Ministry of Forests, 
VICTORIA, under direction of a 
Sop^lslng Technician to carry 
tojhnlcal duties In the 
field and oiffice In connection 
with route reconnaissance and 
road locat^ surveys and de¬ 
sign, construction surveys, site 
surveys an<f brIdM layouts; as¬ 
signments Include supervisory 
work, comprising the^ly orga¬ 
nization ()f subordinates, thdr 


.training end supervision, 
sponsl^ tor survey, roea oe- 
slgn. drairm studes and design 
of small structures, field draw¬ 


ings, and detailed technical cal¬ 
culations; responsible for all 
equipment assigned to the sur- 
ytv. Secondary school gradua- 
tiem or equivalant and five years' 
related experience, or e diploma 
from a recognized Institute of 
tectwology in surveying or civil 
•optpwing. end three years' 
related exWTence; ability to 
rigours of field 
work« often under adverse condi¬ 
tions at any time ot the veer and 
^ prolongad per tods of time. 
Canadian citizens are given 


OMain applications from the 
Service Commission, 544 
Street. VICTORIA, 
V8V1 S3, by AAerch 5,1980. 


REQUIRED IMMEDI¬ 
ATELY EXPERI¬ 
ENCED, MATURE RESI¬ 
DENT APARTMENT 
MANAGER FOR 29 
SUITE COMPLEX SITU¬ 
ATED IN ESQUIMALT 
AREA. EXCELLENT 
SALARY. PLEASE 
SEND RESUME TO VIC- 
TORIA PRESS BOX 656. 


WALLSTROM'S 
THE CLOG FACTORY 
Requires full time sales clerk (to 
become manager) for a new 
store to be located at Market 
Square Victoria. 

We offer a fixed salary plus 
bonus and a shared extonsive 
Insurance program after 3 
months of full time emptoyment. 
Please send resume to: Jan 
Wallstrom Co. Ltd. *3-342 East 
Esplanade, North Vancouver 
B.C. V7L1A4. 


SECURITY GUARDS RE- 
qulred. Full time and part time. 
Must be neat In appeerence, 
bendable and familiar with 
Greater Victoria area. Apply In 
person 203-493 Burnside Rd. 
East, 10am-12noon, Monday 
only. AAr. Wllmot. 


EXPERIENCED JANITOR- 
e^Janitor tor light duty Janl- 
^1^, part time evenings, Mon- 
<*6v to Frldey. Must be bondable 
and able to work with minimum 


GRAI^NURSE REQUIRED 
tor part time position In private 
home In Oak Bay area. Day shift 
and 4 hour evening shift. Apply 
AApn^v to Friday, 9am-4pm. 
iiniAkM Health Cai* Slices. 




HAIRSTYLIST NEEDED, Ex¬ 
cellent Ration In downtown 
area, must be able to do men and 
women, good opportunity and 
go^ atmosphere. Please con- 


'housekeeper tor Satur- 

ag^1a<ty. Non-smokar prefer- 
r^^wn transportation. 

MOTEL 

Couple required to manage me¬ 
dium size motel. Please send 
rejwne to Victoria Press Box 
873. 


TO START IMMEDIATELY, 
fClov drlv- 
hHi and te able to work <xi own. 
Any legal background would be 
an a^. Reply Victoria Press 
60x814. _ 

2 SHORT ORDER CIOOKS. 3 
weltress/welters. Must have ex- 
perierK^, mature prefei^. Ac- 
comodations available. 
112-^73-6349 or write Box 48, 
Sointule, BC., VON 3E0 _ 

A^TURE, AND RELIABLE 


melt IW. All Interviews will be 
held February 28th. _ 

AUTO GLASS 
INSTALLER REQUIRED 
Must be fullv-qu^lfied, top 
wages with full benefits. Salary 
commensurate with ebillty. 
Rapiv Vlc^la Press Bex 878. 

GRAD NURSE WANTED FOR 
small private hospital tor Wad- 
ntsdav and Thursday 3-11, Sat¬ 
urday and Sunday 7am-3:30. 
Phone for appointmant 383-7814 

TREEPLANTERS. EXPERI- 
enced West Coast. Rapiv with 
nama and phone numbtr to Pan- 
nvTO^I^^O. Box 5292, Victoria, 

PART-TIME PERSON FRIDAY 
required by doctors clinic. AAust 
be willing to work flexible, on 
call half d^s. Rapiv Victoria 
Press Box 839. 


MATURE INDIVIDUAL TO 
cook evening shift In leading 
hotel. Minimum 3 years expert 
ence. Port Albenii 112-723-8111 
ask tor Gary. 


21 nPWBVfli 


BBmSHCOUMBU 

SYSTEMS COBPORATKM 
CO-ORDINATOR 
•czclibraSy services 

Tht Crown (Uirporatton has an 
a. opai^ tor an ax- 
Nbrarlan. Tha incum- 
>a rewxmslbto tor oo- 
— ...jhtraryandrafwenca 

^[wbmto^'flbfartSL Lo£n^ 

manoing and contr(Mllng tha 
tadmlcal ratoranca manuals, 

'^posttton raqulres provan ax- 
perianoa in a tochnkal ll^ary 
anvfronmant. Knowtodga^data 
proca aaing and m^ianca In 

Thto Is a challangino position 

strong Intorparsonal skills soak¬ 
ing a rawarolno carear. 

Annual salary $17,448-$20,736. 
PlajM suiMnit your rasuma In 
qonfldance giving full personal 
^alls and salary axpactatlon 

P^ gnnal Dapartmant, 
BRITISH COLUMBIA 

victoria, B.C. V8V4V2 


SCIENTIFIC 

PROGRAAAMER/DATA 

ANALYST 

Dobrocky SEATECH Lt<t. Is 
looklnq^tor a quallfiad individual 
to fill the poaftton of i sdantific 
pr o grammar and data analyst. 
Tht poMtton entails tito devetap- 
mant of computer severe for 

data. It is anticipated that some 
computer modelling of ocean 
circulatlan and marine btol^- 
cal processes will also be under- 
taken. 

The desired oualifkatlon tor this 
position Is a i.Sc dMrat In either 
physics, mathemetics. or com¬ 
puter science, but applicants 
should have completecf second 
yeer courses to ell three sub¬ 
jects. Comptetton of courses In 
Diologv and chamlstry Is also 
desired. 

This Is a permanent poaltion and 
salary is commensurate with ex¬ 
perience end qualiticattons. 

/^|l^t^ should be made In 

Ian Webstar, 

AAanagar, Physical 
OceanoarMtHc Division, 
Dobrockv SEATECH Umited. 
130 Kingston Street. 

Vktorie, British Columbia, 

V8V 1V4. 

G. F. STRONG 
REHABILITATION 
CENTRE 

REGISTEREDNURSES — 
NURSING SUPERVISORS 
If you are interested In Primary 
Nursing to a modem rehab set¬ 
ting, we will be opening a new 
SO-oed fkior soon end have full 
time vacancies tor B.C. REGIS- 

PHYSIOTHERAPISTS 

OCCUPATIONAL 

THERAPISTS 

We treat pattents wtth severe 

pMe from spinel ob^toluries, 
a^lhs, amputetlona. heed to- 
lurles, M.S. end other chronic 
ncumlookal conditions end wish 
to recruit PHYSIOTHERA¬ 
PISTS end OC<:uPATiONAL 
THERAPISTS who heve en in¬ 
terest in working with these 
patients. 


Please apply to— 

Personnel, G. F. Strong 
Rehabilitation Centre, 

4255 Laurel Street, 
Vancouver, B.C. VSZ2G9 
734-1313 

John Deere 
Industrial Equipment 

HELP WANTED TO FILL TWO 
VACANT POSITIONS AT 
COAST TRACTOR AND 
EQUIPMENT 

Servtce Manager tor NANAIMO 
branch to suparvlse 12 to 15 me¬ 
chanics. Must ba a qualified 
iournevman heavy-duty me¬ 
chanic with considerable previ¬ 
ous experience as sarvice man- 
agar. Wages negotiable, 
aovanccnwnt possible. Apply in 
ISLAND H,«H. 

FOR VICTORIA BRANCH 
COAST TRACTOR AND 
E<3UIPMENT 

A working foremen is required 
to supervise one or two other 
n>echanics at brand new build¬ 
ing In central Saanich area. 
Murt ba a qualified Iournevman 
mechanic with previous supervi¬ 
sory experience. Union rates 
ptos M h^ diffarantial plus 
5^f]ts. A(Mly in person to 
COAST TRACTCJR AND 
E.^IPMENT, South Island 
Highway Nanaimo, 754-7735. 

CHIEF RADIOLOGY 
TECHNICIAN 

Lady MInto Gulf Islands Ho^- 
tal requires ^ ^111st/80. rte- 
portlng direettv to the adminiv 
^ SMCcessfol (^Icant 
will function as a workl^ dam. 
head in a nrwdern facility mth 
naw aoulpment. Thare will ba 
some flexTbillty In the number of 
hours worked. Applicants must 
U CSLT registered and should 
exptrl- 

cnce. Ability to partOftn ECG's 
an advantaga. Salary negoti 
abla. axcallm fringa banefits 
and ¥W)rklng conditions offered. 
Written appileattons to: Admin¬ 
istrator, Lady MInto Gulf Is- 
(anrh Hospital, P.O. Box 307, 
(>anoas.B.C.V0S1E0._ 

A NON-PROFIT ASSOCIATION 
in Victoria has an opening tor a 
%tlme (four nights on, four 
niohts off) Residantlal Coun- 
seOar I — nights — to work at a 
tong term cere home lor the 
mentally hancNcappad. Tha suc- 
cassful applicant will ba rt- 

diligent petrol of the facility, 
maintain writtan records of Indl- 
re- 

latcd duties. Two years experi- 
arK* or training In a directly 
related field Is desirabla. Salary 
— M.32 - $6.72 per hour plus 
benefits. A^y to writing, slat- 

NURSE AIDES 

Jum ^ Fuca Hospitals, an ex¬ 
tended care corn^x to Victoria, 
raqulres nurse aldaa. 
Qualifications must include 
either the Camotun college 
Geriatrk course or equivelent, 
or a minimum of one (1) veer 
long term cere experience. If 
YOU have the required qualifica¬ 
tions please apply to: 

Personnal Officer 
Juan de Fuca Hospitals 
1780 Fairtlald road 
Victoria, B.C. 

V8SrG7_ 

COPIER SERVICE TECHNI- 
clan required to service c;anon 
copiers. S(Nne experience neces¬ 
sary on copiers, will train sue- 
^tul applicant. Apply Pacific 
Bwlnass Equipment, 1006 Hill¬ 
side_ 

EXPANDING AUTOMOTIVE 
parts iojbber requires counter 
per^. Excellant future tor en- 
?**’*9**' Experience pre- 
Contact 

Brial Cockrlrtl 1791 Island Hlgh- 
wav Campbell River. B.C. 


21 NOfWAIITES 


DIRECTOR OF NURSING FOR 
Hoapital. accre- 
ditad 384»^ acuta cart facility. 
Present p.O.N. retiring In April 
1980. This Is a senior manage¬ 
ment portion reporting to the 
Executive Director. Applica¬ 
tions are Invitad from those with 

tlon with RNABC essential. 
Reply with complett resume to; 

AA- -- —-»■ - 


Mr. ^J. Charvenka, Exaodive 
piftc^. Fraser Can^ H^- 
tal, R.R. 2, Hope, B.C. Vox lljl 

DIRECTOR OF NURSING FOR 
Hospital, accra- 
tftad 38-ba(l acute care facility. 

retiring In April, 
1980. This Is a senior manage- 


^ .-_tlng to the 

Executive Director. Applica¬ 
tions are invited from those with 

tlon wl^ ARNABC essential. 

pirtjctor, Fraser Canyon Hoim- 
tal, R.R. 2, Hope, B.C. VOX ILO 

RELIABLE (ZOUPLE RE- 
in return for 3 bedroom hMse 

I no experience Interested in 
quiet country life. This opiportu- 
nity available around mud year 
and could become permanent 

iTing wim references to Vk- 
torla Press Box 853. _ 

PART-TIME SUPERVISION 
required for early morning, 
leaving the rest of the dev free 
for other ectivlties. 

Duties Include assisting District 
Manager with all aspects of 
Newspaper distribution, (Seles 
an(t Service) would suit 
aduit/senior student. Cir would 
beanesaet. 

Contact Mr. C. Cardan or Mr. H. 
Fatrbar, 383-4111 _ 

NATIONAL FIRM REQUIRES 
a ‘Tlx-it type" Individual to re¬ 
pair, dean and refurbish coffee 
brewing equipment on airirregu 
lar basis to own home or work- 
ihpp. Can be done days, eve- 
ninos,or weekends. 
Renumcratton is by foe per unit. 
PiMse reply stating time avail¬ 
able and qualiticattons to Vlc- 
torla Press Box 838. 

MARINA CARETAKERS 
GULF ISLANDS 

Couple or single person prefer¬ 
red. Must be good at general 
repairs and dodc maintenance. 
Accomodatloo provided. Phone 
Vancouver 689-9545 evenings 
64pm., or write Victoria Press, 
Box 834. _ 

HEAD NURSE REQUIRED 
tor en I bed coronary/lntenslve 
cere unit. Administrative train¬ 
ing and/or experience preferred 
as well as experience in coro- 
nary/lntensivecare. B.C. regis¬ 
tration (or eUglDilltv) required. 
Apply to Director of Nursing, 
Cowichan District Hospital, 
Duncan B.C. V9L1E5. _ 

GENERAL DUTY NURSE RE 
quired immediately tor 10 bed 
acute care hospital on Vancou¬ 
ver Island's Scenic Westcoest. 
Experience in obstetrics end 
emergency care preferred. 
Nurses residence evallable. 
Apply to Senior Nurse, Tehsis 
Hostel. Box 399, Tehsis. BC., 
VOP 1X0 112-9344322 

MATURE PERSON RE- 
quired to train tor full time essls- 
tam nsenagars position in small 
retail outlet. Must be wHling to 
work days or evenings. Experi¬ 
ence In retail sales preferred. 
Knowtedge of toys ang games 
an asset. Apply in person to 
Kim Mertelli, F«b. 28 or 29. Toys 
A Wheels. Hlliside Mail _ 

HAIRSTYLIST REQUIRED, 
large downtown location, good 
ppportonity in excellent work¬ 
ing condition and atmospi^e, 
unKsex shop. Appileattons are 
invited from those with appro¬ 
priate experience. Will be work¬ 
ing with a staff of 6. Send resume 
to Victoria Press Box 877 and 
will be contacted tor Interview. 


PRESSER-SPOTTER 

Required immediately, 
Mperienced presser-spotter. 
Ptwne Fellls 385-1311 focal 229 
tor Interview. 


FREE 

Room and board plus in Gordon 
H€^ in exchange for part tlnr»e 
babysining and housekeeping 
^ ^ther end 2 school a^ 
children. 477-1650. _ 

^ HAIRSTYLIST WANTED 
Top quality stylist and/or ax- 
perlei^ apprentice wanted hr 
large Coto^ salon, must have 
class and be willing to work 
hard. Phone Joan at 478-4322. 

REQUIRED I^EDIATELY A 
Genaral RTwith hematotogy #x- 
partyice tor full tlma emptoy- 
In a small dlnkal labora- 
Dwncan. Phone collect 

746-5141. 


6AAONTH INFANT NEEDS MA 
tore, lovina relleble sitter will¬ 
ing to register with Daycare, toll 


WANTED: FULLY EXPERI- 
cr^ short order cook and kit¬ 
chen assistant tor Cantrai Saan- 
kh Restaurant, 652-2513, 34pm. 
for Interview. 


RESIDENT CARETAKER RE 
quired for furnished apartment 
block. Evenlnff 6-8pm., plus 2 


WANTED: DOG SITTER WITH 
fenced yard. Monday to Friday. 
Burnsida-Wllkinson araa. 
479-7937. 


BABYSITTER, FOR 2 YEAR 
old, at home. Mother RN work¬ 
ing part time. Gordon Head 
area. 477-7850 _ 

RESPONSIBLE DAYCARE 
tor 16-n>onttH>ld, 1-3 days per 
week. Fairfield/Jubilee area if 
possible. 592-3968. _ 

DINING ROOM WAIT- 
er/waltress, experience a must, 
apply in person, 3838 Cadboro 
Bay Rd. between 2-4pm _ 

REQUIRED: LIVE-IN HOUSE- 
keeper with Impeccable refer¬ 
ences. Contact Mr. Martin at 
592-8045 or 595-1233. _ 

CONAAAC ENTERPRISES SIO- 
nev requires experienced book¬ 
keeper. Phone 656-1176 ask tor 
Mr. Dentro. _ 

PROFESSIONAL DOG 
groomer required, must heve 
experience. 595-1243 

LOVING DAYCARE Re¬ 
quired for S-month old. Week¬ 
days 8-5:30 pm. Fairfield area. 
384-1488. _ 

AMBITIOUS PERSON NEED- 
ad to work in n>etai fabrkating 
trade. Send resume, to Victoria 
Press Box, 879. _ 

MATURE WOMAN OR PEN- 
sioner wantwl to live in. Some 
care for elderly lady, light 
duties. 382-7082 or 598-1945 

CARETAKER WANTED FOR 
Norway House. Living quarters 
provided. For more information 
call 479-2092 or 479-5362. _ 

COOK WANTED, EXPERI- 
enced in Italian cuisine only. 

4^^Juadra*St*' *^*''®** 

18MONTH GIRL NEEDS RELI- 
abie in home care, some week¬ 
ends. daycare rates. Val 386-2629 
or 386-2495. _ 

COLLECTION AGENT RE- 
quired. suit semi retired. Reply 
Vktorie Press Box 857. _ 

WOMAN AS OVERNIGHT 
companion tor widow. Private 
room and bath. 592-5258 


21 NELFWAUm 

GENUAL 

MATURE PERSON, FOND OF 
childran wanted to care for my 
child, evenings, Qua- 
^/M^anzle area. 385-3916 be- 


YO CARETAKE 
ytoll ®^ce near Sears. Reply 
Victoria Press Box 865. 


DRIVER FOR LOfZAL OELIV- 
ery business. Must be 19 and 
have sntalf car. 598-6407 


W-AW.TPD;^,g^YJITTER FOR 


2 small chik 
382-0458. 


, 3-6 weekdays. 


KITCHEN HELP AND DRIV- 
ers needed. Apply 343 Cook St. 


22 OmCENELF 


WC*< MHiTHH} 
CKjk 


(3) PART TIME 
RECEPTIONISTS 

Appikatlons are invited for the 
position of part tlnf>e receotlon- 
Its at the Oak Bay Recreation 
Centre. An outgoing, enthusias 
tk parson who enioys working 
with people In a busy environ 
ment is required. The successful 
applicant will be required to op¬ 
erate a PBX switchboard, cash 
register and electric typewriter. 
Applicants must have an ablity 
to work indep^antlv without 
direct supervision. 

HOURS: Approx. 13-1Shoursper 
week plus relief as required. 
Regular weekly hours include a 
combination of: 4pm-8:30pm., 
8:30pm-1am., 5pm-lam., shifts. 
(7 days a week). Position com¬ 
mencing mid April. 

SALARY: $6.11 per hour. 

Male and female applicants are 
wrtcome to apply. A^kdtlons 
will be accepted until 4pm Fri 
day March Tfh by Linda Howard, 
Personnel. Oak Bay Parks and 
Recreation. 1975 Bee St. Vic- 
torla, BC., V8R 5E6. 


INSURANCE 

Immediate opening for experi¬ 
enced clerk-typist Tn Insurance 
Department ot a long-estab¬ 
lished downtown insurance and 
Real Estate Ag<encv. A thorough 
knowledge ot Personal Lines is 
essential while Autopian exper¬ 
tise \^ld be an asset. The suc¬ 
cessful applicant will be in¬ 
terested In dealing with the 
public and will be responsible tor 
all phases of a s^ion ot our 
Personal Lines portfolio. This is 
a permanent position on a 
triendiv and enthusiastic team. 
Sh^ng salary dependent upon 
ability and experience. Please 
reply In writTno to Victoria 
Press. Box 867. 


VICTORIA 

CONSERVATOR Y OF MUSIC 
SECRETARY 

Experienced secretary required 
tor The Director ot Music Ad¬ 
ministration. Ability to work 
without supervision, fast accu¬ 
rate typing, dictaphone and fil¬ 
ing exparience, knowtedge of- 
music, are essential. Some 
familiarity with typing German, 
French or Italian would be an 
advantage. Salary according to 
experience. Excellent holidays. 
Letters ot application including 
resume and names ot 3 refer- 
enc^shouWbesentto: Person 
nel Office, Victoria (Uxiservat- 
qry ot Music, 839 Academy 
Close. Victoria, B.C , V8V2X8. 


CAMOSUN COLLEGE IN 
vltes applications tor the posi¬ 
tion ot Accounts Clerk li to pre^ 
part and maintain payrolls and 
^fidential personr>e( records. 
Qualltications-grade 12 plus 1 vr. 
accounting training or equiva¬ 
lent together with at least 6 
nxjnthsprior accounting experi 
wtm computer payroll and 
recondliation of empto^ bene¬ 
fit accounts. Good tWng skills 
[Wired, must have the ability 
to relate well with the public and 
collw staff. Salary $1026 per 
nwim. Please submit resume to 
the Bursar, 1950 Lansdowne Rd 
Victoria, B.C. V8P5J2. not later 
4:30pm. Fri. Feb. 29th, 

1980. 


ACCOUNTING 
OPPORTUNITY 
Accountant/Bookkeeper re¬ 
quired for an expanding busi¬ 
ness. Duties include computor 
acreunting process, bank recon- 
cilliations, acoMnts payable, in¬ 
ventory and pavroli supervision 
and to supervise an (Office of 3. 
Applicant should have a good 
practical background ot ac¬ 
counting experience and pre- 
torrably a 3rd level standing in 
C.G.A. course. Salary comntim 
surrte with experience. Please 
send detailed resume and indi¬ 
cate expected salary to Victoria 
Press Box 868. 


"STOCKS AND BONDS'* 

Permanent opportunity with 
advancement for person (male 
or female) with previous back 
ground In stock brokerage office 
or financial institution, teletype 
and general office clerical 
experience.(Non-smoker pre¬ 
ferred). 

PRIME PERSONNEL. 

320-1070 Douglas Street 
M5-7012 


INSURANCE OFFICER 
Westcoast insurance requir 
an insurance officer for our O 
Bay office. The successt 
candidate will have extensi 
knowledge In general insuran 
and a good background In life 
also preferred. An attract! 
salary and benefit pad^age 
ottered. Contact Walt Hanson 
388-7331. 


WESTCOAST 
SAVINGS 
CREDIT UNION 




EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEP 
er required. Duties include ac 
counts payable, accounts receiv¬ 
able, and payroll, one write 
system. Experience In retail 
bookkeeping and one write sys¬ 
tem an asset. Starting salary 
$80(>-$900 per month, depending 
on experience. Reply In own 
handwriting, stating qualltica- 
tlons to Victoria Press Box 843. 


JOBHUNTING? 

MOVE TOVANCOUVER! 
This Is the busiest time ot year 
for n^ job opportunities in the 
secretarial tield. Your experi 
ence with Dicta, Insurance, word 
processing, legal, travel, ac¬ 
counting Is In demand. Cali or 
visit us at Career Centre 
6834192.425-890 W. Pender St. 


MEDICAL OFFICE RECEP 
tionist to work 30 hours per week 
Applicants nruist have previous 
medical office experience, ty¬ 
ping of at least 65 wpm and dicta¬ 
phone experience. Send letters of 
reference with resume and sal¬ 
ary requirements to Victoria 
Press Box 791. 


WANTED 

Switchboard-Receptionist; per 
sonable, neat In appearance, re¬ 
lated experience and t^ing a 
must. Applications will be re 
celved; Monday-Tuesday, 
2-4pm., 1060 Yates St. 


NON-SMOKE R, GE NE RAL OF 
flee clerk, key punch experience 
required, some typing, tTiIng, an¬ 
swering phone. Complete ber^ 
tits. Reply to Victoria Press Box 


CAPABLE DICTATYPIST RE 
quired by independent insurance 
alusters. Full time position. 
Reply with full particulars to 
Victoria Press, Box 863. 


MEDICAL SECRETARY RE 
quired. Forward resume stating 
experience to victoria Press Box 


PART-TIME TYPIST/BOOK 
keeper required, five days per 
week, time flexible. Phone Mr. 
Land, 598-4504. 


Classifieid — Victoria’s Largest Proven Market Place — Where Your Articles Sell, Fastest! Cost Less to Sell 386-2121 











































































































































































































I 


C-2 

n orFKtHEip 


full time switch 
board/lnform«tlon officer re¬ 
quired for the James Bay Com 
munitv Protect for 6 months. 
Experience with a PABKboard. 
handling 30 locals. Duties to in¬ 
clude: reception, information/li- 
^arv. typing. Applicants should 
have an ease dealing with the 
public. Knowledge of health, 
human resources, community 
services and the James Bay 
Community would be desirable 
Please submit applications and 
resume by Fetoruary 28, 1980 to 
the Office Manager, James Bay 
Community Protect 435 Simcoe 


LEGAL SECRETARY WANT 
ed. 2 3 years experience preter 
red. 388-7881. 


SKILLEDTRAOES 


British Columbin 
Forest Products Limited 



A forest engineering 
crewman 111 or IV with 3-5 
years experience is re¬ 
quired for coastal logging 
divisions, working 10 and 
4 shifts out of Campbell 
River. IWA rates and 
fringe benefits apply. 
Please apply to: 


Personnel Manager 
British Columbia Forest 
Products Limited 
83013th Avenue 
Campbell River, B.C.^ 
V9W4H2 

or call 112-286-6269 


British Columbin 
Forest Products Limited 


British Columbia Forest 
Products Ltd 
Victoria Wood products 
Division-Plywood 
Requires 
WELDERS 

Must be competant, certified 
welders with D P W. #1,2, or 3. 
Preferably with servcral years 
of steel fabricating experience. 
Temporary positions, 3-4 weeks 
in length starting February 28, 
1980 Wage rate SI 1.66 per hour 
Mondav-Friday with possible 
overtime Please direct written 
application to; 

Industrial Relations Manager 
B C. Forest Products Ltd 
P O. Box 310,371 Gorge Rd. East 
Victoria, B.C. V8W2N5 
or phone collect 385-3331 Local 
246 


MacAAILLAN 

BLOEDEL 


2 AUTOMOTIVE 
MECHANICS 


For our Queen Charlotte Divi¬ 
sion located in Juskatia, B.C. 
Preference will be given to those 
applicants possessing a B.C. or 
Interprovincial T.Q. This is a 
permanent position and camp 
accommodation is available 
Por further information please 
contact; 

w. Mosher 

Nanaimo Employment Office 
227 Commercial Street 
Nanaimo, B.C V9R 5G8 
Phone: 754-5421 or 
T Miller 

Queen Charlotte Division 
P O. Box 10 
Juskatia, B C.VOTl JO 
Phone: 557-4212 


WANTED EXPERIENCED IN 
strument person for local Vic 
torla land-surveyor. Appli¬ 
cants must be familiar with all 
aspectsof legal surveying and be 
able to work under supervision 
on a wide variety of legal survey 
projects. Preference will be 
given to a technical college 
graduate or those with an aca¬ 
demic background in engineer¬ 
ing This Is a Senior position 
388 5813 


DIRECTOR OF NURSING 
Registered nurse required for 33 
bed general hospital. Should 
have supervisory training and 
experience ar>d be management 
oriented Small hospital experi 
ence preferred Position will be 
available May 1st. Write In con 
fidence to’ Administrator, Chi^ 
manus General Hospital, PO 
Box 499, Chemanus BC, 
VOR 1K0. 


GRADE FOREMAN RE 

J uired for Coastal Logging 
amp operation. The successful 
applicant should be fully quail 
fled In all aspects of road con 
structlon and maintenance. 
Forward Resume with back 
ground and experience In strict 
confidence to Victoria Press Box 
869. 


CRUISER 

Required immediately starting 
salary Si700. Location: coastal 
region. No coastal experierKe 
required. Excellent position for 
growth potential. Reply to Per¬ 
sonnel Dwt. Whonnock Indus¬ 
tries Ltd PO Box 49114, 595 Bur- 
rard St. Vancouver B.C. 
681-3221. 


IF YOU ARE A QUALIFIED 
Bricklayer-Stonemason and can 
estimate your own work 


THE BLUE ARMY 
has additional work available in 
vour trade Immediately. 
38 S-7755 


THE BLUE ARMY 


requires a fully qualified 
rertovatlons contractor to handle 
additional work in the Oak Bay 
area Phone 385-7755 


DESIGN DRAFTSMAN, PRE- 
ferabiy with experience In Muni¬ 
cipal servicing. Apply To Cowlln 
Engineering, 3400 Davidson, 
388-552? 


TV TECHNICIAN 
Nanaimo firm requires quali¬ 
fied tv technician, minimum 3 
/ears experience. Apply to Vlc- 
orla Press Box 874. 


to 


EXPERIENCED AND CERTI- 
flcated ship's crew wanted. East 
coast survey and exploration 
work. Reply with full particulars 
toPO Box 2308, Sidney. 


CABINETMAKER REQUIRED 
by local shop specializing In kit¬ 
chen cabir^ts for aparfnsents. 
Some out of town work. 652-3311 
morr»lnos. 


TALENTED HAIRDRESSER 
required for exclusive salon. Cll- 
entelcprcfcrred. Victoria Press 
Box 779. All replies confidential. 


tank drill OPERATOR 
8*^ air track operator wtthwCB 
««**/ to 

victoria ^ess Box 876 


23 SKILUOTfUKS 


PEACE POWER 
CONSTRUCTORS 
LTD 


HYDRO ELECTRIC PROJECT 
- NORTHERN B C. 


ERECTION 

MACHINIST 

FITTERS 


Work will include installation of 
turbines, generators, and relat 
ed heavy equipment associated 
with electrical generation. 
Portions of these duties may be 
performed at heights. Salary 
512.70 per hour. Free room and 
board supplied. Please submit 
application or apply in person 
to: Peace Power Constructors 
Ltd., 230 West Broadw^, Van- 
couver, V5Y 1P7. (112)87^3561. 


SALES, CUSTOMS 
CLERK REQUIRED 

We are a Victoria based distribu¬ 
tor of sporting goods, products, 
covering all of Canada. 'We re¬ 
quire a hard working, self-moti¬ 
vated person with an ability to 
type and deal with the public. 
Experience in sporting goods 
business would be an asset. 
Some heavy lifting involved. The 
person will be responsible for 
customs paper work, stock con¬ 
trol, etc. We offer many fringe 
benefits including the opportu¬ 
nity to become an active part¬ 
ner. Alt applications most be by 
mail and will be strictly confi¬ 
dential. Apply to; Spikeblock 
Emergency Equipment Ltd, 320 
Mary St, Vieforia, BC, V9A 3V9. 
No phone calls please. 


SUPERINTENDENT 
Required Immediately by well- 
established Nanaimo based gen¬ 
eral contractor. Must be experi¬ 
enced In commercial and indust¬ 
rial prolects and able to liaise 
with owners/architects ar>d sub 
contractors. Salary negotiable. 
Most be willing to relocate if 
required and on occasion be witl¬ 
ing to work out of town. All 
replies dealt with in the strictist 
confidence. Reply to D. Robin¬ 
son Contracting Ltd., P.O. Box 
310, Nanaimo. 


PIPE FITTERS, PLUMBERS, 
shipwrights, carpenters, electri¬ 
cians required immediately for 
Victoria location. 598-3366. 


FRAMING AND FINISHING 
carpenters. Phone 479-9878 


24 


SALESPERSONS 

ANDA6ENTS 


BLOCK BROS. 

"1HW 


WER 

TRAINING 

PRODUCES 

SUCCESS 


Block Bros, will train you in 
sound proven methods enabling 
you to quickly reach your de¬ 
sired level of success. Successful 
progressive salespeople 


ARE NOT BORN, THEY 
ARETRAINED 


Call today, interviews by ap¬ 
pointment only. (Held strictly 
confidential.) 


CALL 

"THE BESTSELLERS'^ 
Sidnev-Colwood 478-5561 
Bill Wonnacott 
Blanshard 386-3231 

Bob Hahn 

Shelbourne 477-1841 

BobCullum 
Bernie Wilkinson 


~r H r ji Zl(j 


WESTERN HOMES LTD. 

Vl037 Clovfdaf 386-3494 J 


% 

c 

C E 
U S 

S S 

SECURITY 
PROFESSIONALISM 

NOEXPERIENCE 

LICENSEES. 

We feel that we offer the best 
on-the-job training available In 
the industry. Our personal de¬ 
velopment program will chal 
lenge and excite you. We offer 
the benefits from management 
of a large number of residential 
properties. We are developing 
an insurance facility and we 
offer mortgage services. Our 
present sales force are "Nelgh- 
jrhood Professionals" enjoy¬ 


ing well above average incomes 
for the industry. 

COMPARE OUR BENEFITS 
YOU OWE IT TO YOURSELF 
For details In confidence 
CALL NOW 
JACK DAVIS 
386-3494 (24hrs) 


ADVERTISING 
SALES 


Salesperson for a central Van 
couver Island weekly news 
paper. Should have layout ex¬ 
perience Phone or write; R 
Bock, c/o Camptell River Mir 
Campbell River 
B C V9W 5C1. 112-287 9227. 


the 






PART-TIME SALES PERSON 
wanted for wig department, ap¬ 
proximately 11V 2 hours per 
week. Previous sales experience 
aoasset Call 385-1311 local 274. 


IN HOME DRAPERY 
SALESPERSON 

Needed full-time for large fabric 
store, experience In 
fabric and measuring essential. 

t-«lle Elliott at 
595-3243 to arrange Interview 


SALES PERSON REQUIRED 
for retail sales in industrial 
parts. Should have minimum 2-3 
vears experience and be able to 
deal with the public. Wages to be 
nwtiated. Appiv in person to 
Duncan Iron Works, Allenby Rd, 
Duncan, BC. 


"LOOKING FOR A CHANGE?" 
Do vou want to work hard, be 
independent, cultivate vour own 
clients, earn what you are 
worth? This is not a job but a 
career Apply to Victoria Press 
Box 862. 


HOMARK TV & STEREO RE 
Qualified salespersons 
with own transportation. This is 
a commission position only with 


an exceptionally high income 
potential. Apply in person only at 
Homark, 27 Burnside W. 


FOR PERMA- 
nent full time position, available 
in department store fabric sec¬ 
tion Knowledge of sewing in¬ 
cluding draperies preferred. 
Please send particulars to Vlc- 
torla Press Box 858. 


WANTED: SALESPERSON 
with previous experience In gar¬ 
den supplies. Preference wilTbe 
given to those applicants holding 
a pesticide license. Apply in per¬ 
son Mon<toy or Tuesday until 4 
p.m. Woolco Department Stores. 


FULL OR PART TIME—COU- 
ples and individuals for business 
of your own. Local Amway Dis¬ 
tributer trains you for splendid 
opportunity Write Victoria 
Press Box 8^. 


PRESTIGIOUS INTERNA 
tional cosmetics firm looking for 
rwre^ntatlves. PO Box 5238 
Victoria. 


SJtUSPfRSONS 

UWMENTS 


DVIlSilR 

38t.78SS 


LICENSED REALTOR'S 

YOU ARE 
WANTED! 


."In House Listings" 
"Good Location" 
"Easy Parking" 

" E xper leiKed co-workers'' 
Better than average 
COMMISSION splits 
We only WANT 
the VERY BEST! 

(X)N'T YOU? 

Then CALL NOW 
In confiderKre to: 

K. M. Porter Res. 656-5235 
23 Burnside Rd. W. 388-7868 


Avon 


LAIDOFF? 

Now'S the best time to sell 
Avon and make good 
money. I'll show you how. 
CALL 384-7345 


COUNTER SALES 
Aeadlng wholesaler for heating, 
cooling industrial controls re¬ 
quires reliable self starter for 
branch office located in Victoria. 
The applicant must be able to 
deal with the trade In a compe¬ 
tent manrter. possess some elec¬ 
trical knowledge and a mechani- 
cal apptitude is required. 
Company benefits include medi¬ 
cal, dental coverage plus profit 
sharirw. Send resume to Victoria 
Press Box 860. 


REAL ESTATE 
CLASSES 

We are presently holding daily 
classes in mornings and eve¬ 
nings in conlurKtion with thereai 
estate course which leads to be¬ 
coming a licensed realtor. If you 
are presently on the real estate 
course or are applying for it con- 
tatt us re our no obligation assis 
tance. Bill Fife 381-2233 Ocean 
City Realty Ltd. 


SALESPERSON. APPLICANT 
must be resident of Nanaimo 
area. Experienced in sales and 
sales related areas. Must have 
valid B.C.'s drivers license, be a 
self starter . 3 weeks paid In-shop 
training program, salary and 
commission negotiable, full 
company benefits, expenses and 
materials provided. Apply in 
person with resume to Penair, 
1810 Verling, 652-3937. 


AMBITIOUS SELF-STARTER 
Qew Victoria magazine. 
381-0975. 


EARN EXTRA INCOME IN 
vour spare time, assistance pro- 
vlded. Phone 112-746-7768. 


25 TEAGNERS 



GREATER VICTORIA 
SCHOOL DISTRICT 


GREATER VICTORIA 
SCHOOL DISTRICT *61 
LEARNING ASSISTANCE 
TEACHERS 
(Anticipated Positions 
for 1980-81) 


Applications are Invited from 
P*'ofwsionallv qualified persons 
for the position of Learning As¬ 
sistance Teacher, comnnencing 
September 2,1986. 


RESPONSIBILITIES: 

The successful candidates 
must have skills in: 


—administrating and inter¬ 
preting formal and infor 
mal educational assess¬ 
ments 

—designing remedial pro¬ 
grams 

—designing curriculum and 
program adaptation 
—consulting with school per- 
sonnej' parents and dis¬ 
trict staff 

—assisting teachers In plan¬ 
ning programs that are 
sypoortive to maintaining 
children In the 
regular classroom. 


QUALIFICATIONS; 

—Valid B C. Teaching Cer¬ 
tificate 

—Minimum of two vears suc¬ 
cessful teaching experi¬ 
ence 

—Minlnuim of 5 courses In 
the area of special educa¬ 
tion or related field. 


APPLICATIONS: 


Applications are to be sub¬ 
mitted to the Instruction-Ad- 


- Departmc . 

Greater Victoria School Dis¬ 


trict #61, P.O. Box 700, Vic¬ 
toria, B.C. V8W2R1. 


Please quote Competition 
• 14-80. 

Closing Date: March 14,1980 



GREATER VICTORIA 

SCHOOL DISTRICT 


GREATER VICTORIA 
SCHOOL DISTRICT #61 
NATIVE INDIAN 
HOME-SCHOOL 
-RDINATOR 


Applications are Invited for the 
above position. 


RESPONSIBILITIES; 

—To work with Native In 
dian students within this 
School District as a llason 
between the school and the 
homes of Native Indians in 
matters pertaining to 
school attendance and per- 
formar>ce. 

—To act as a consultant and 
resource person In regard 
to Native IrKlian cultures 
and be available for in-ser¬ 
vice training, seminars, 
etc. 


QUALIFICATIONS. 

—Grade 12 education, with 
some University trainir>g 
—Extensive knowledge of 
Indian cultures 
-Previous work with Native 
Indians in a similar capac¬ 
ity will be an asset 
—Must have own transporta¬ 
tion 


SALARY; 

—Commensurate with quali¬ 
fications and experience 


APPLICATIONS: 

Applications are to be submitted 
to ttw Instruction Administra 
tion Department, Greater vic- 
t^ia School District #61, P.O. 
Box 700, Victoria. B.C., V8W 
2R1. 

Please quote Competition 9 80 
Closing date: March 14,1980. 


SCHOOL DISTRICT 
NO. 87 


(Stikine) 


Applications are invited from 
competent teachers for the Sti¬ 
kine School District as a number 
of vacancies are anticipated in 
the areas of grades K-12, Learn 
ing Assistance, and administra¬ 
tion. 

A district recruiting teem will be 
interviewing pre-arranged ap- 

mark, Vancouver. This dynamic 
rural rei^on of north west British 
Colun>bla offers challenging 
teaching opportunities, substan- 
t al salaries and northern incerv- 
tives package, and exciting out¬ 
doors recreation possibilitlev 
For interviews. Interested 
teachers may apply with com¬ 
plete application and resume bv 
March 21. 1980 to: "Teaching 
Stikliw ', District Superinten¬ 
dent of Schools. Box l90,Cassiar, 
B C V0C1E0. 


SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 


25 TEACHERS 




GREATER VICTORIA 


SCHOOL DISTRICT 


GREAIER VICTORIA 
SCHOOLDtSTRICT #61 


VacarKles are anticipated In the 
following teaching areas, com- 
n>^lng September, 1980. Appli¬ 
cations are invited from cer¬ 
tificated teachers who are 
formally trained for the posi¬ 
tions. 


SECONDARY SCHOOLS: 
GIRLS'P.E. 

BUSINESS EDUCATION 


ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS: 
PRIMARY — (Preference 
given to experienced teach¬ 
ers) 

INTERMEDIATE — (Gen¬ 


eral subjects) 
”‘EN<:h I 


FRENI^H IMMERSION 
AND BILINGUAL PRO-' 
GRAMS 

[aWge** * 

g^HYSICAL EDUCATION 
Teacher Librarians. 


SPECIAL EDUCATION; 

LEARNING ASSISTANCE 
(Elementary and Second¬ 
ary) 

alternative pro¬ 
grams 

physicaly and men¬ 
tally HANDICAPPED 
HEARING IMPAIRED 


Application forms are available 
from the Instruction-Adminis¬ 
tration Department. Greater 
Victoria School District, Box, 
700, Victoria, B.C., V8W2R1. 


SPEECH AND LANGUAGE 
SPECIALISTS 
Four positions available 


Applications are invited from 
qualified persons to provide 
speech and language assistance 
to school aged children. Term of 
employment will be dependent 
on the availability of the success¬ 
ful candidates. 


RESPONSIBILITIES; 

—Provide diagnostic and re¬ 
medial services for stu¬ 
dents from kindergarten to 
grade 12, In all aspects of 
communication disorders. 

—Work as a member of a 
District Team 

—Consult and assist teach¬ 
ers and parents In pro¬ 
graming for children with 
speech, language and au¬ 
ditory disorders. 


QUALIFICATIONS: 

—Degree In Speech Pathol¬ 
ogy from a recognized Uni¬ 


versity. 
—Experlet 
children 


^ rlence working with 
illdren prefwred 
—The successful ac 


-The successful ap(>licant 
will be part of an Assess¬ 
ment Team, but must be 


able to work Independent¬ 
ly. 


APPLICATIONS: 

Applications are to be submitted 
to the Instructlon-Administra- 
tion Department. Greater vic¬ 
toria School District #61, P.O. 
Box 700, Victoria. B.C. V8W 2R1. 


Please quote Competition 
#12-80 

Closing date: March 28,1980. 


GREATER VICTORIA 

SCHOOL DISTRICT 


GREATER VICTORIA 
SCHOOL DISTRICT #61 
ENGLISH ASASECOND 
LANGUAGE TEACHERS 
3 Positions Available 


Applications are Invited from 
qualified teachers with training 
and experierKe In teaching chlF 
dren with a variety of language 


difficulties, including E.S.L. 


RESPONSIBILITIES; 

—Provide consultative and 
direct assistance to stu¬ 
dents and teachers. 

—Assess, develop and as 
sist in the Implementation 
and monitoring of lan¬ 
guage or E.S.L. programs. 

—Work as an Itirterant sup¬ 
port person 

—Work in cooperation with 
Speech ar>d Language Spe¬ 
cialists as well as other 
District staff. 


APPLICATIONS; 

Applications are to be submitted 
to the Instruction-Administra¬ 
tion Department, Greater Vic¬ 
toria School Distret #61, P.O. 
Box 700, Victoria. B.C. V8W 2R1. 


Please quote Competition 8 80 
Closing date: March 14,1980 


SUPERVISOR, PARENT PAR 
ticipatlon Preschool. Nanainw 
Apply Mary Ca¬ 
bell, 815 Short Ave., Nanaimo, 
y9R 4L7. Qualified applicants, 
licensed PCCFLB. 


FULLY QUALIFIED PRE- 
■ sow r • 


school teacher required for sub¬ 
stituting and holiday relief. 
Phone 386-9312 between 9-11:30. 


28 PAHTTlIlEir 
TEMPMARYHELP 


ACCOUNTANT/TYPIST 


it require! 

of a hl(^ly skilled individual who 
Is proficient In both higher level 


accounting and typing. 

For more information see our 
ad In the Financlal/Careers sec¬ 
tion of Sunday's paper. 

Call seven days a week, between 
10 am and 9 pm for an Interview. 
VICTOmA PERSONNEL 
SERVICESLTD 
479-0133 


ALPHA HOME CARE 
Services, 3371 Oak St. 
Permanent part time weekend 
employment for homemakers 
In-service training provided. 
For more informaflon please 
call, 383-4423 between 9am - 
4pm., Mondav-Friday. 


SWIM COACH NEEDED FOR 
newly-formed summer swim 


iii^ summer swim 

club on the Peninsula. Morning 
and afternoon pradices. Refer 
encM required! Phone 656^14 
or 656-^387, evenings. 


WANTED PART TIME CASH 
ier for local gift shop. Must be 
mature, experienced and bond- 
aWe Starting 53.75 an hour, sult- 


Reply to victoria Press Box 861. 


STRONG WILLING PERSON 
wanted part time tor heavy va- 
CMPm^ and to clean laundry 
roomtP^iS per hour. Victoria 
Press Box 362. 


PART TIME WEEKDAY CARE 
for kindergarten girl and pres¬ 
chooler, near Lochside Elemen- 
tary 658-8733. 


BE YOUR OWN BOSS 
Have vour own business, part 
Mmeorfull time. 478-7182. 


PART TIME EXPERIENCED 
Chambermaid required. 
388-4353. 


OCCASIONAL AFTER SCHOOL 
s^>®^slon for 10 year old boy. 


n ENnOTMEIITSaviCt 


RESUMES 


Impress any emplover with a 
succIcKt and sensible analysis of 
vour personal background and 
work experience. Complete and 
comprehensive coverage for 
only 550. 384-5659. 


ACTION LABOUR FORCE 

LOGGERSAGENCY 

To Register, call; 

— 32130f- 


287-3213 or 923-39M 


RESUMES PROFESSIONAL- 
Iv prepared. Reallstlcallvprlced 
on an Individual basis. 3i4-!u28 
eves, until 9pm. 


RESUMES THAT GET JOBS. 

Professionally prepared. 
Personal, confidential service. 
3mi45. 


, 479-9215 a 


30 SirUATKMS WANTED 


ESTIMATOR SALESMAN, 15 
years experience estimating and 
selling home repairs, palnling, 
gutters, foundation, etc. Big or 


slon pre?erre^595 0358, 
386-8622. 


TRY THE OLD CANADIAN, 
from 56. Cleanups, cartage, 
handyman, trees topped, felled. 
The hand of experience, the 
heart of a lamb. Lorne Elves. 
592r0129, 598-2636. 


INTELLIGENT, WELL READ, 
kindly lady needs lob as com¬ 
panion and/or housekeeper. 
Conscientious and reliable. Very 
good references. Reply Victoria 
Press Box 788. 


1-5237. 


BUSINESSMAN WITH EXTEN- 
sive insurance and real estate 
background desires full or part 
time emptoyment In sales relat- 
'■■■ Victoria r - - 


ed field.! 


a Press Box 785. 


TWO EXPERIENCED BABY- 
sltters seek full time employ¬ 
ment ; one as 11 ve in nanny house¬ 
keeper, other day or evening 
work In Gordon Head. 656-1060. 


EXPERIENCED HOUSE- 
cleanlng, wails, bathrooms, 
floors, rewaxing, carpet steam 
cleaning. Hours or contract. 
386-0846 


6 years experience. Refer- 
^s. Phone after 5,382-5414. 


EXPERIENCED, RESPON- 
slbie young lady desires house¬ 
work dally, Monday to Friday. 
Have references. 479-6273. 


SAVE NOW! INTERIOR 

R ainting done to your satisfac- 
dn. Reasonable, reliable. 
479-3250. 


ROOFER. CEDAR, SHAKES, 
durold and repairs, 20 yrs. ex- 
perlence. 382-9179 


ROOFER. CEDAR, SHAKES, 
durold and repairs, 20 yrs. ex- 
perlence. 382-9179 


GUTTERS, PAINTING, GAR- 
denlng cleanup, free estimates, 
tow rates. Andy 592-7381. 


FEMALE UVIC STUDENT 
for housecleaning, babysitting, 
etc. 383-5293. 


RELIABLE HARD WORKER 
Clean your home or office. Refer- 
ences.S6hour Margot 388-5180. 


LOOKING FOR TYPING/RE- 
ceptlonlst lob, phone Angle after 
5prTV479-1906. 


TYPING LEGAL, GENERAL. 
Call after 5; 00 or anytime week¬ 
ends. 384-4275. 


HOUSECLEANING, 55 AN 
hour. Phone 478-9246or 478-3239. 


RENT—A—KID 
Help with odd jobs, 387 5506 


33 


BANDS, MUSiCtANS 
AND ORCHESTRAS 


WANTED-VOCALIST DRUM- 
mer ft# weekend work. Phone 
386-0703. 


34 niE-Rf CORDED MUSK 


SPINKY'S 


PricedtoFl, Your Budget. 
BAR SERVICE svellettle. 


656-1652 


CANDU MUSIC 

Entertainment Services 
^-5521. 


ARION'S 

Make vour occasslon a success. 
595-4376 Days or Evenings. 


PAPA BEAR 
PRODUCTIONS 
385-2832 


STARR SOUND LTD. 
Ballroom, rock and disco 
^1230 


•’STUBBIES" CANNED 
« specialty. 

Phone 652 2783. 


RUDY'S MOBILE DISCO 
385-6720 


BUSINESS SERVICES 
AND DIRECTORY 


BOOKKEEPING SERVICES 
for small businesses done from 
my home. Books to trial balance, 
payroll, accounts payable and 
receivable. Excellent refer- 
ences. Call after 5,479-9557. 


A^pfinic# Rdpiirt 


ABC ELECTRIC 
382-7221 

VICTORIA SHAVER CENTRE 
382-7221 

TELE-TECH APPLIANCES 
385-6783 

APPLIANCE PARTS 
8. REPAIRS 


&SERVING 
VICTORIASINCE1954 
ONE STOP SERVICE AT 
831 YATES ST. 


Afpraiult 


REAL Estate appraisals 
O. M. (Doug) MacKiliop 
386-7545. 

Island Homes Realty Ltd. 


1980 

38 BUSINESS SERVICES 
AND DIRECTORY 


PROFESSIONAL HOMEMAK- 
er with some nursir>o experierKe 
would like to help you with per¬ 
sonal care, food preparation, 
shoppirig, etc. I have car. For 
more Information call 721-5— 


23 YEAR OLD WITH CLASS . 
licence, looking for truck driving 

lob. 6- “ ' 

eiKes. 


MAN WITH TRUCK WILL DO 
Cleanup, hauling, chainsaw 
work, etc. Reasonable. Tony 
474-1014. 


4X4 PICKUP TRUCK AND 
driver for hire. Reasonable 
rates. Any type of work, Jud, 


20 YEAR OLD SEEKS EM- 
ployemf, has automotive preap- 
preniship and tools. 646-2049 
after 4. 


HAIRDRESSING JOB RE- 
qulred. Good working condition 
and opportunity for progress Im¬ 
portant. 595-1403. 


EXPERIENCED PAINTER 
needs work. Interior and exterl- 

5^7137* * **'***®'" 


EXPERIENCED IN RESTAU- 
rant business, require position 
as bus girl or hostess. 656-1060. 


PAINTING, HOME RENOVA- 
tions, roofing, ferKing, cement 
work, etc. Estimates, 478-7059. 


PAPER HANGING 
Inter^ior painting. 479-7816 or 
'latter 4:30. 


LOOKING FOR FULL TIME, 
g^rjo^me work. Phone Glen 


RELIABLE MAN URGENTLY 
needs steady work. Clean drlv- 
Ing record. 382-8704. 


RELIABLE, TRUSTWORTHY 
woman wishes to obtain regular 
housework position. 477-3824. 


MALE SINGER/SONG WRIT- 
er, 21, wishes to join or form 
band with lead/bass guitarists, 
drummer and keyboardist for 
rehearsing and demo recording 
of original songs, top 40 style 
rock. For more Info: send name, 
age (prefer under 21), phone 
number, musical background 
and recent photo to Tim, Box 609, 
Duncan B.C. V9L3X9. 


CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT, 
available for bookkeeping, write 
UP work, financial statement 
preparation. From personal 
residence. Murray Ellis, 
385-1011. 


COMPLETE ACCOUNTING 
and bookkeeping services. Also 
preparation of personal income 
tax returns. G. Spence 721-5165. 


ACCOUNTING, BOOKKEEP 
Ing, financial statements, in¬ 
come tax, etc. Mr. McPherson 
479-4541 or 388-4413. 


ARE YOUR BOOKS IN A 
mess? Are your books behind? 
Need vour income tax done? J. 
Laurio, 386-7570. 


TAX RETURNS PREPARED 
at vour address. 55 up. 652-1534 
after 5 pm. 


nmfWIOmg 


PLAYMATE WANTED FOR 
my 2’/^ year old son. Do you have 
' ■ the s 


a child approximately ...« >ai..c 
age In of daycare. Lower 
Oswego St. James Bay 385-1703. 


WILL BABYSIT IN MY HOME, 
M^day to Sunday. Any age. 


WILL BABYSIT, MY HOME, 
wMt^vs, Gordon Head area. 


MOTHER OF 2 WILL BABYSIT 
in my home, Sansbury Set^ 
area. 656-7034 


I WILL BABYSIT IN MY OWN 
home anytime. Crystal pool 
area. 381-0807. 


BUTTONS i BOWS DAYCARE 
Center, 312 Benhomer. 478-1314. 


I WILL BABYSIT, MY HOME, 
Esqulmalt area. Phone384-9578. 


IKON INDUSTRIES LTD, 
drilling and blasting, logging 
basements. 
246-4JS3 daytlPK, 245-8296 eve- 
nir>o$. 


NEED A B(X)KKEEPER FOR 
« ^•JJ'^bpws per week or per 
month? All phases. Call 383-6777. 


Brick Lifort 


25 YEARS' EXPERIENCE, 
fireplaces, CMmnev repairs, 
house facings, etc. Doug. 
479-5975,721-5012. 


THE BLUE ARMY 
385-7755 


CcbiMlMakii« 


KITCHEN CABINETS, BATH- 
room vanities, counter tops, all 
custom built or refacingold cabi¬ 
nets with new modern designs 
low price. For free estimate 
479-7245. 


CUSTOM CABINETS 

Refaclng-Free Estimate 
384-2323 


CirpMrtcre 


1 AM AN EXPERIENCED, 
professional builds, 40 vearsex- 
per lefKe. I will build vour house, 
cup^rds, vanities, stairwells 
or dormers. I have go^ tools 
and know how to use th^. My 
tools and labour, 510 per hour. 
652-3512. 


RENOVATING? 

Want some IdeasI Kitchens, 
bathrooms and rec rooms my 
speclalt^for afree estimate call 


F. J. CONSTRUCTION. ALL 
sorts of carpenter work, addi¬ 
tions. alterations, finishing, 
framing, etc. Private and com¬ 
mercial. Free estimates. Call 
Fred Jorgensen, 642-3075. 


R Si D CONSTRUCTION. ADDI- 
tions-lnterlor and exterior fin¬ 
ishing and renovations. Reasorv 
able rates, free estimates. 
477-2181, 478-0460 between 
5-7pm. 


IF YOU ARE TIRED OF ME- 
dlocure workmanship, call Ro¬ 
bert innes, 598-2795 evenings, for 
all home renovations, additions, 
rec rooms, etc. 


JOURNEYMAN CARPENTER 
comoKrclal/resldental renova¬ 
tions, framing, additions and 
finishing. For reference and free 
advise call, Al 478-4750. 


COMPLETE HOME CON- 
struction services. Hour or by 
contract. Sidney and North 
---3,656^)295 


Saanich. 656-3403, < 


REMODELING, ADDITIONS, 
stairways, entrys, all home and 
commercial repairs. Phone 
477-7382. 


FINISHING CARPENTER, 
basements, sundecks, cabinets, 
siding. Free estimates. Reason¬ 
able. Terry 652 4572 


FRAMING, RENOVATIONS 
or new construction, fullv quali¬ 
fied carpenters. Call Bob, 
478-8239 


CARPENTER, 35 YEARS EX- 
per Iwe,^ renovations and new 
construction. Free estimates. 
After 6pm. 479-9522 


PE RMA CONST. LTD. 

FREE ESTIMATES, 384-2323 


FULLY QUALIFIED 
carpenter requires employ¬ 
ment. Phor>e 384-0894. 


JORGENSEN CONSTRUC- 
“'sTd- ‘ * 


tion. Residential fram- 
lno.382-9516. 


YOUNG CARPENTER WILL 
do renovations, sundecks, sld- 
Ing. No lob too small. 652-3753. 


NEW CONSTRUCTION OR 
renovations, plarming, drawing, 
layout and work. 65^47. 


SEMI-RETIRED CARPEN- 
- -airs. 


ter: repairs! renovations, etc. 
Reasonable. Phone 5954)242. 


ENERGY SAVING RENOVA- 
tlons. Deluxe woodworking. 
3864)798 


SMALL JOBS A SPECIALTY. 
Call _ 598-2920 


FRAMING CREW AVAIL- 
able. Call Kase 652-3433. 


FINISHING CARPENTER, 
fully experienced. Cali 479-0584. 


CarHtdtMriit 


VICTORIA STEAMATIC 
Carpet, uphotstery, drapery 
In home cleaning 
It's automatic with Steamatic. 
652-3470 


REGIONAL CARPET CLEAN 
ing, steam cleaning. Living 
room, dining room, hall, 545. 
478-8518 


••DRY" SUDS CLEANING. 
Carpets and rugs, no fuss - no 
muss-nosteam. Free estimates. 
A8iM Distributors, 474-2005. 


PHIL'S CARPET CLEANING, 
J^g^ngcar^.chester- 


CuffttiBd L liol f i 


no6^ 


Carpeting a new home or recar¬ 
peting vour present one see the 
Homemakers. Contact Mal Con¬ 
nors, 595-1225 

You Install! 

^ We Install! 

12 month warranty on our instal¬ 
lations. 


CARPETS AND LINOS LTD. 
FLOOR COVERING 
SPECIALISTS 

715PANIX)RAAVE. 386-2401 


• 9 f rx ^ c/\ r C I c c u 

sfafiatlwYs**^' - 


^ - repairs, restretch. 

Wash 

384-6818 anytime. 


CARPETS AND LINO IN- 
stalled, reasonable rates, free 
estimates, workmanship 
guaranteed. 383-6791. 


NEED YOUR CARPET IN- 
stalled. Call 388-7245 weeknlghts 
»al«. 


between 5-7 pm. Freeestlm^ 


CARPET AND LINO. WE LAY 
fhe best and fix the rest. 
479-0782. 


RETAINING WALLS, PATIOS, 
sid^alks and all small concrete 
lobs done. Estimates gladly 
given. 


WESTERN FORM 
RENTALS LTD. 


658-5122 
Nights 658-8018,474-1727 


BUSINESSSERVICES 

ANOBMECTOBY 


G AND R CONCRETE FINISH- 
ers, all type of corKrete work. No 
lob too small. 383-8985 after 4. 
^9820. 


FORMS, CEMENT WORK, 
steps, foundations, sidewalks, 
etc. Steve Laszio 479-4756. 


C«ranleTlii| 


CUSTOM CERAMIC TIL- 
lng,free estimates. All work 
guaranteed. 656-5494. 


CUMMyS«rrict 


DON'T RISK A CHIMNEY 
fire, call BLACK STACK Chim¬ 
ney Sweep, member of Blue 
Army and B.B.B. 10% Off metal 
chimneys. 384-7811,9am-9pm. 


BLACK MAGICK 
Chimnev & Eves Cleaned 

388-4839 385-2813 


ESQUIMALT CHIMNEY 
Sweeping, 6 days a week, full ser¬ 
vice. 385-6994 


Cti—pSttrict 


NOCASH NEEDED 


Attics, basements, yards. Any 
kind of lunk hauled away. Also 
buy & sell anything of value. 
Bob's, 386-2451 or 478-8789 


4BROTHERS->ALLAREAS 
FREE ESTIAAATES ANYTIME 
NO CHARGE AND UP 
Yard, Basement, Garage, Etc. 
Hauling and Bobcat, 479!6112 


COOKNELL'S CLEANUP SER- 
vlce. Need cleanups, tree work 
or gardening done? For fast and 
experienced work call anvtinr>e 
at 386-0291 or 478-9762. 


REASONABLE CLEANUP. 
Yards, basements, etc. also 
haullr^, free estimates. 479-5823, 


GORDONS SERVICE 
Household repairs, cleanup, 
yards, basements, hauling, 
dell very. Evenings 478-8251 


CLEAN-UP YARDS, COM- 
posts and basements, prompt 
service, reasonable rates, 
478-4943. 


CLEANUP SERVICE, OAK 
Bav-Fairfleld speciality, base¬ 
ments, yards, etc. Hauling. Free 
-YR^332. 


estimates. 598-7595 or Y 


CLEANUP MAN AND EMPTY 
truck looking for work,reason- 
able.385-7965. 


HAULING AND CLEANUPS. 


estimates. Eugene's, 383-3528. 


CLEANUPS, BASEMENTS, 
attics, yards, composts, and 
lunk hauling. 658-5406. 


CLEANUP AND HAULING, 
scrap metal, basements, rea¬ 
sonable. 479-3971 


SPRING CLEANUP 
Will cart your junk, basement, 
oarages, etc. 59^8090,598-0057. 


FOR ALL TYPES OF CLEAN- 
call 388-4752. 


LOOKING FOR A DEAL? OUR 
%-ton truck takes most loads for 
only $13.50.3834)805. 


FATHER AND SON WITH VAN, 
dellverv, cleanups, etc. 386-9500. 


CMiraeltre 


WHEATON 

CONSTRUCTION LTD. 
General Contractors 
Building Consultants 
385-5702 


FARMER 

CONSTRUCTION 

Design — Renovations 
388-5121 


T.&C. BUILDERS LTD. 
Framing 

335-5293_^8587 


CUSTOM HOME SPECIALIST, 
call Mike anytime. 592-0322 eve- 


4 PROJECTS LTD. 


FOR COMPLETE RENOVA- 
tlons call 474-1431. Reference 
available. 


ARCHITECTURAL, STRUC- 
tural drawings, quantity takeoff 
and estimates prepared, 19 
years experience, hourly-con¬ 
tract. 721-5047. 


ALL TYPESOF RESIDENTIAL 
and comnr>ercial design draft¬ 
ing. Building Inspections and 
construction management ser¬ 
vices. 652-3580 


ARCHITECTURAL STRUC- 
tural drafting services custom 
or-renovations. Hourly/con- 
tract, certified. 479-0896. 


Floor Covering Specialists 

CUSTOM 

DRAPERIES 

—Bedspreads— 


PROMPT IN-HOME SERVICE 
715PAN(X)RAAVE. 386-2401 


DRAPES, SLIP COVERS, BED- 
spreads, camper cushions, etc. 
Reasonable. Phone 385-0846. 


GISELE'S CUSTOM ORESS- 
maklng. Designs, alterations, 
re-styllng. All work guaranteed. 
Monday to Friday, 8am-5pm. 
Saturday by appointment. 
386-4434 business, residence 
478-3236. 


ERZSI DRESSMAKING BOU- 
^ue now open, professional 
dressmaking, designing and al- 
teratlons. CalT 382-5712 
9:30am.-5:3(lpm. Mon.-Sat. 


I NOVATIVE SEWING: 
Quilts, wail hangings, clothing, 
bags, canvas work. »^7162. 


DRESSMAKING ALTERA- 
tloqs and draperies. Lots of ex- 
perlence. 479-6655. 


"SPRAYMAN" 

Specializing In all types Of tex¬ 
ture ceilings and wall, satisfac- 
tlon guaranteed. 652-3601. 


DILIGENT DR YWALL CO. 
Installatlop and finishing Of gvi>- 
sum wall board. All work 
guaranteed. 383-3809. 


BOARDING, TAPING AND 
other decorating specialities. 
Free estimate. Workmanship 
guaranteed. 385-4725. 


DRYWALL FINISHING, RE- 
pairs and texturlno^easonable 
prices. Phone 478-2793 


S^LL JOBS—PROMPT SER- 
il^® prices. Please 

phone 386-5228 evenings. 


TAPING-TEXTURE 
•C}"l®i*****' Inexpensive. 
477-1518 evenings. 


DRYWALL APPLICATION, 
taping, textured ceilings and 
basement framlno. 382-42^ 


FOR SUPURB JOB AT REA- 
sonable rates, phone 652-5752. 


COMPETE DRYWALL SER- 
vlce. 382-4673 


BodricilCMtradors 


ADDITIONS. ALTERATIONS, 
dryer t^ups, etc. Reasonable 
ratM. Free estimates. Brian, 


DO •you HAVE SMALL ELEC- 
jFlcal wiring lobs? No one is In- 


i call cvemngs. 


BUSINESS SUVICES 
ANDDUnCTONY 


Etodricd CwHraelorf 


LICENCED ELECTRICIAN 
will do residential, commercial. 
Industrial. Old home rewiring. 


Wofiemanship guarantee. Free 
^imates. Call 388-6275 pager 


1207. 


RGHELLER ELECTRIC 
Resident, commercial, small In¬ 
dustrial. Old home rewiring. 
Very reasonable rates. 478-4032, 
If no answer 385-5335. 


OLDER HOMES REWIRED- 
No dowm pvmt. We finance at 
bank rates with approved credit. 
EDDY'S ELEC^tC-385-7666 


Construction or Service Elect 
Free estimates. Call Henry 


384-3323 (24hrs) 


alderleyelectric 

^all hookups to large wiring 
iob*- Done pronwtly at reason- 
able rates. 658-5373. 


electrician 

will do new wiring, rewiring, hot 
water tanks Installed. 479-9765. 


small WIRING JOBS, SER- 


qualified ELECTRICIAN, 
385®^*" residential wiring. 


ELECTRICIAN. FREE ESTI 
mates. Call Bernie 386-1094. 


EicmUiC 


MANSELL BOBCAT SERVICE. 

^^2570, for leveling, 
backfilling, septic fields, post 
holes, sand, gravel or topsoil 
supplied, spread, leveled. Base¬ 
ments dug, landscaping and 
rockwork. 


NORM'S BOBCAT SERVICE 
$15HR. 

Leveling and Backfilling Etc. 
Truck Delivery 
Reasonable rates, 
oravel and sbll 

658-8921 384-8075 pager 1328 


ROBERTSON'S EXCAVATING 
Tra^ machine with backhoe. 
basements, backfilling. 


NOW AVAILABLE D8CAT FOR 
bull^zing, land clearing and 
roadwork. Ron Douglas Bulldoz- 
Ing Ltd, 479-6810. 


WE HAVE JD-450.WITH 4 IN 1 
for $3S/hour, backhoes for 
528/hour, tandem trucks for 
$27/hour. 652-2483. 


WILL SWAP BOBCAT, BUCK- 
et, backhoe, auger, grapple, 
work for whatever? 479-6089, 
Don. 


BRENTWOOD BOBCAT SER- 
yice. Bobcats from $18 
hour652-3519 or 652-9957 


FiBciH 


ISLANDCHAINLINK 
Fencing in wire or wood 
Small Jobs a specialty 
477-0332. 


EUROPEAN CRAFTSMAN, 
all types of fencing and repairs. 
Guaranteed work. Gordon Head, 
721-3759. 


CUSTOM BUILT FENCES 
Reasonable rates Work guaran 
teed. Free estimates. 595-8090, 
5984)057 


RELIABLE-RUSTIC WOOD 
fences. Rapunzel Garden Main¬ 
tenance. Free writen estimates. 
386-9771 evenings. 


FlMriiCMMSiiidiRf 


MXIII FLOOR 


COMPLETE FLOOR CENTRE 
Hardwood, Carpets and Linos 
532 William ^,384-0343 
Nights: Al, 386-3078 
Mike, 652-4308 


KNIGHT'S 

^ FLOOR SURFACING 
Sanding—finishing, new & old 
f oo*'^r®®®stlmates. Call any¬ 
time 382-1186. 


FuniHiirtRtfWsliiH 


FURNITURE AND INSIDE 
woodwork hand stripped, free 
pickup, dellverv, and estimates. 
384-1002 anytime. 


BarMn 


^4 BROTHERSALLAREAS 
FREE ESTIMATES ANYTIME 
ROTOTILLING, yard cleanups, 
lawn maintenance, new lawn 
preparations. Bobcat Service, 
Hauling. 

SPRINGCLEANUPS 479-6112 


LANDSCAPING 
Ud. Pruning, gardening, main¬ 
tenance and cleanup. New lawn 
preparation, power raking, 
aerlatlng, stone work. Monthly 
rates. Reasonable prices, free 
estmates. 478-5114,478-4216. 


HARVEY'S LANDSCAPING 
Exp^lenced Chinese gardener, 
book now. Pruning, certified 
paying, power raking, aerat- 
All phases. 


Ing,_garden design. 
479-7078.384-8621. 


EXPER ENCED GARDENER 
for pruning, spraying and fertl- 
llzing- ornamentals, fruit trees, 
hedges, evergreens, roses, pe¬ 
rennials. Yearly maintenance 
my specialty. 479-1501. 


DUTCH LANDSCAPING 
Professional pruning of fruit 
tr«^, ornamentals, trimming 
hedges, cleanups, new lawns, 
etc. Free estimates. 478-1023. 


TYRELLSGARDEN MTANCE 
Frud trees, shrub pruning time, 
yard cleanup. Lawns, monthly 
garden service from hedges to 
edges. References 652-2087. 


PROFESSIONAL GARDEN 
Ing sw-vlce. Call now for Spring 
cleanup. Roto—tilling, power 
raking, soraying. general up- 
keep. Reasonable rates. 385-5207 


GARDEN AND LAWN AAAIN- 
t«nanc®' planting, pruning. 
Monthly rates. Reasonable. Call 
Eric 384-9037,89am, 4-6pm. 


BOOK NOW. COMPLETE GAR- 
den maintenance. Rapunzel 
Garden Maintenance. 386-9771 
evenings. 


DUTCH GARDENER. MAIN- 
fe»»ancej:ieanops. Reasonable. 
Phone 479-0272. 


CI^ATIVE LANDSCAPING 
D^gbjwrtlcultural background. 
477-7882. 


PROFESSIONAL PRUNING 
aghjardening. Frw estimates. 


FRUIT TREES, ORNAMEN 
tals pruned, certified sprayer, 15 
yrs. experience. 383-8363. 


DON'S TRACTOR SERVICE 
General tractor work. 477-3913. 


GARDENING AT FAIR PRICE. 
388-4752. 


FOR GENERAL GARDEN AND 
lawn maintenance call 479-8961 


Blast Mrii BItfiRg 


MAYFAIR GLASS 


384-8721 

INSURANCE CLAIMS 
HANDLED PROMPTLY 
790 S- 


0SPRUCE ST. 


HARRY, THE BROKEN 
WINDOW SPECIALIST 
Residentlalbroken glass, plate 
shelves, auto glass. 477-6534 


BiritafOtiriH 

aarfRaHirt 


WHY WAIT 

ClMning and waterproofing. 
Gutters, down pipes, roof repair, 
etc. Very cMSonable. All work 
guaranteed. 388-4295. 


GUTTERS, DOWN PIPES, 
*aln tiles, chimneys repaired, 
fireplaces repair^, roofs de- 
mwjrf, repairs and replaced. 


5" CONTINUOUS GUTTERS, 
special contractor rates. Old 
wqpdw gutters renewed. Irwin 
Industries, 382-5154. Freeest. 




C-2 

38 BUSINESSSaVICES 
AND DIRECTORY 


Battar CtaMMg 
MdRifMiri 


R8R ROOF CLEANING. JN 
eludes gutters. Guaranteed sat- 
Isfactlon. Reasonable. 479-6828. 


NEEDHELP 

Repair ar>d renovations, plumb¬ 
ing, carpentry, painting, roof re¬ 
pair, fencing, drywalling, etc. 25 
years experience. Low price. 
Free estimate. Try Nick, eve- 
nlngs 381-0296 


JACK OF ALLTRAOES 
Expert service, repairs, re- 
nKdelllng, fencing, drywalllng, 
roofing, etc. Call the man who 
can doTt. 478-8153. 


KAN-DU. FAMILYMAN WITH 
1-ton truck, hauling, general re¬ 
pairs, construction, firewood. 
Let Kan-Du work for you. 
386-2695. 


RUSSELL'S CONTRACTING 
You name It, I do It. Let me give 
you a price. Work guaranteed. 
381-0169, after 5. 


NmNm 


SPRING CLEANUP AND ODD 
lobs! We are equipped with a 
half ton pickup and can do job 
properly, rates reasonable Also 
small roofing jobs and repairs 
Call today, Rob or George. 
386-9793! 


RELIABLE HAULING AND 
carpentry, $10 per hour. Call 
after 4:30,383-2510: 


HAULING: TOP SOIL, SAND, 
marnire, wood, garbage, etc. Eu¬ 
gene 383-3528. 


LOOKING FOR A DEAL? OUR 
V4-ton truck takes most loads for 
only $13.50. 3834)805. 


MAN WITH TRUCK WILL 
haul anything. Call Terry, 
384-4805. 


WILL CLEAN AND HAUL, 
etc. Very reasonable. Tony, 
474-1014. 


Hoim Im^vtmMrts 



EM 


Manufacturers of custom mill 
work, vanities, cabinets, wood 
windows, frames, doors, includ 
Ing French doors ahd windows 
and pocket door frames. K.D 
fir, h^lock finish^ lumber and 
mouldings, sanding and resaw¬ 
ing. Weekdays 7:30-5:00 
Cr . Hillside and Bridge 388-6645 


THEBLVeARMY 


ONE CALL DOES IT ALL 
385-7755 


SPECIALIZING IN RENOVA 
tions and bathroom remodelling 
20 years experience. Call John 
479-0695. 


INTERIOR PLASTER RE 
pairs, boarding, taping, textur 
Ing, very fast, efficient #nd rea- 
sonable. 382-2058or 385-fil6 


FOR COMPLETE IN HOME 
renovation, kitchen cabinets, 
vwities or new home finishing 
phone Dennis Clark 598 3201 


BUILDING INSPECTION 
from foundation to roof 
478-1560. 


ADDITIONS. RENOVATIONS, 
home repairs, one man- all 
trades. 478-1560 


NEED WROUGHT IRON RAIL 
ings? I will give vou free esti 
mate. Call 479-8351 


HELP KEEP OUT THE COLD 
Phone GLACIER INSULATION 
LTD. today. Our re-insulation 
and new construction division 
both fully guarantee materials 
and workmanship. For those in 
forested in upgrading existing 
insulation In your home we offer 
Rebates through; 

-The Federal Government 
C H I P program 
-B.C. Hydro Financing Pro 
gram. 

HURRY today - It's economical 
to insulate now Phone between 
9am5pm 388-6844 


ECONOMIC WAY TO INSU 
late vour home. You purchase 
materials. I'll install the job 
Will advise anxiunt of materials 
and government grant Free es- 


Jaiifl8r SBnrki 


MAINTENANCE SYSTEMS 
Cc^mercial or residential. Sat 
isfaction guaranteed or no 
charge. 652-W3. 


NATURAL GARDENING & 
Landscaping are the garden 
carp experts for all aspects of 
yard improvements. Cleanups to 
rock walls. Fair prices for all 
Pleasecall after 7pm at 4794)055 


CREATIVE LANDSCAPING 
Designing and redesigning. Ar 
fistic layouts. Free estimates 
Dutch Horticultural back 
ground. 477-7882. 


PORTUGESE LANDSCAPING. 
Stone work, rock walls, fire 
places, and landscaping. Free 
e^^es. Reasonable prices. 


4BROTHERS —ALL AREAS 
FREE ESTIMATES ANYTIME 
New lawn preparation, rototill 
Ing, Bobcat Service. 479-6112. 


LANDSCAPING, STON 
ewalls, any type of rock. Rea 
sonable prices, free estimates, 
call Tony 598-2111 


Locksmitlif 


GUARD YOUR PROPERTY 
With Guardian Locksmith, 
592-4211. Complete mobile lock 
smithing service. Fast service 
Reasonable rates. 


MiSBury 


ANY TYPE STONEWORK. RE 
talning walls, slate work, fac- 
hj^s gjjt chimneys. Call after 5. 


^ SCOTIA LANDSCAPING 
Fireplaces, rock walls, face, 
patio slate. 385-4874. after 
4:30pm. 385-9195. 


ALL TYPES OF MASONRY 
work done. Call 388-6895 after 5 
pm. 


Mif c t B iBto yt Sfrict 


Sawyer Sharpen Scissors 
840 Fort St._ 388-6228 


DRUM CARTAGE 

The moving specialists. Pianos, 
antjqy^, heavyweights. Storage 
facilities, packing, crating. Rea 
^abje rates, free estimates 
Call 383-9861 and save $$$ 


, MOVING??? 

C&M Cartage. Large or small 
movM. Very low rates. Phone 
595-4376 days Monday-Frlday, or 
656-3651, after 4 pm. 


O&OTRANSFER 
For fast efficient moves and 
very low rates phone 721-3286 
anytime or 595-4376 from 9-4 
weekdays. 


LIGHT DELIVERIES AND 
small moves. $9 minimum. $12 
hourly. Have dollies. Gavlon 
385-3447. 


MOVES AND DELIVERIES. 
Experienced, efficient. Insured. 
Eugene's, 383-3528 


MBNCARTAGE 
Experienced movers. $20 per 
hour Call 386-3652. 


Paiirters Mid Dfcoraten 


OLD AGE PENSIONERS PRE 
ferred. Residential painting. 
Yellow pa^ or Garth Glover 
Painting. :»5-^22. 






















































































































































































































































































































































































C*3 

31 MSMEUSQIVICCS 
MDDIRfCTORY 


Mitf DtMftliii 


GARRETT PAINTING AND 
Paperhangino. fast, frlandly 
service, low winter rates, free 
written estimates. Charles Gar¬ 
rett 47S-099J. 


SPECIALIZING 
In Interior painting and wall pa¬ 
pering. Guaranteed work at rea¬ 
sonable rates. Free estimates. 
592-7739, 5W-3641 after $. 


ATTENTION HOMEOWNERS 
University students offer you top 
quality interior and exterior 
painting at bargain rates. Free 
-*--^-i.3S6.55oi- 


e5tin>afM. 3 


01 after 4pm. 


DECORATOR 
Experienced in all fine wall co- 


yerinos, grass cloth, vinyls, 
tolls, etc. Estimates, 474-1397. 


SATISFACTION GUARAN- 
teed. interior/exterior, reason- 
able rates. Free estimates. 
38l-a7t4. 


SPECTRUM PAINTING AND 
Decorating, experienced, clean, 
tree estimates. Low rates. We do 
texturing. 597-9519. 


PAINTING AND DECORAT- 
ing. 19 years experience. Free 
climate. Guaranteed work. 
S9S-8240. 


THE BLUE ARMY 
38S-77S5 


EXPERIENCED PAINTER 
needs work. Interior and exterl- 
small piaster repairs. 


PAINTING. NO JOB TOO 
small, interior and exterior. 
Contact Steve 3>2-6566. 


JOURNEYMAN PAINTER, 
has own equipment, will work by 
hour or contract. 47S-3167. 


CANTERBURY DECORATING 
Quall^ painting and pwer hang- 
ing. Free estimates. 47^3541 


INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR, 
prompt and efficient. 21 years 
experience. 47>-1254. 


ARTS PAINTING AND OE- 


CERTIFIED PAINTER. LOW 
rates. Free estimates. Written 
Guarantee. 387-3805. 


IIMl 


Professional ouality at reason- 
aWe prices. Little John Photos, 
47B-Of28 anWin>e. 


LET TONY DO IT. FRIEDRICH 
plastering and stucco. Patching 
specialists, older home stuc¬ 
coed, pebble dash, resurfaced. 
Styro shKTCo. Guaranteed clean 
quality work. 656-2064. 


STUDDERS PLASTERING 
and stucco. Repairs, additions 
and renovations. No iob to small. 
Guaranteed workmanship. 
592.1666 or 592 2111 


PLASTERING AND STUCCO- 
np, also small jobs In patching 
' ' r jfWi. Eve- 


ind latWng Ask for Jfm. Eve- 
ft ng calls welcome. 478-1118, 
; :my*s Plastering 8. Stucco. 


COLEMAN PLASTERING 
Quality lath and stucco. 478-9976. 


PLASTERING, STUCCO, RE- 
palrs, reasonable. 479-4779. 


PMbigaMlHtalki 


NEWFIRM 

Renovations, new construction, 
discounts. Law and Son Ptumb- 
L''9 _^X‘ce Ud. 658-8112. After 


hours 658-816; 


R IDGID— ROOTER 
(>aln & sewer cleaning service. 
On caii 24 hrs., phone^1234 


LOW COST PLUMBING RE- 
palrs, excellent workmanship. 
D«vs: ^-0149; evenings and 
weekends: 386-6553. 


EXPERIENCED PLUMBER, 
Free estimates for alterations 
ar^ new installations. Reason- 
able rates. Call 479-6817 


DAVIDS PLUMBING 
Hot water tanks, plunr^ing re 
pairs, drain cleaning. 386-^1. 


SPECIALIZING IN BATH- 
room renovations. Call John, 
479-0695. 


D 4 S PLUMBING SERVICE, 
^••©•■•tipns and repairs. Reason- 
able. 478^)965. 


JIM MCGREGOR REPAIRS, 
OAP discount. Phone 385-9739 or 
384 5320. 


REPAIRS AND RENOVA- 
tions, 20 years experience. Low 
>es. 24 hour service. 652-5813. 


Rt ASONABLE RATE PLUMB- 
• f -^4 hour service. Free esti- 
•es, 477-5742. 


FRUITTREE PRUNING WITH 
care. Inexpensive, exp^ienced. 
Bill. 2840 Prior. 383-9426. 


PrMvftTipttfttiiig 


.V ^.ISJvpesettlngServices 
Dual tv tvMsetting and paste^jp 
servl« Fast turn around at 
conyetitive prices. 
812Corn>orant St, 385-2076 


RtMgtratfMaid 

Aif CMAiiBiiif 


BURNETT REFRIGERATION. 
Fridges and freexers serviced In 
your home. 382-4134 (24 hrs) 




DOCTOR ROOFER 
The Roofing Specialist 

Tar and gravel or durold 
F lashing and gutters repaired. 
Oemosstng and gutter s cleaned 
Free check-up. 

Steve 383-4427 Doug 595-7722 


DON'T PUT OFF THOSE 
roofing problems any longer. 

Call BLUE DIAMOND. 

^ All work guaranteed. 

Doug 595-7722 Steve 381-4427 


SHAKES. SHINGLES AND 
duroid roofing and reroofIng. 
estimates. 656-3492. 


?A**!SE** JOHNSTON LTD. 


ALL TYPES OF REPAIRS AND 
Central Sheet 

Metal 478-1814. 


TAR AND GRAVEL. ASHPALT 


shingles, roofing and reroofing. 
For estimate call 382-4493 


NEW ROOFS AND RE-ROOF- 
ing. Shakes and shingi». Rea- 
sonable prices. 382-4295 


Siw5tii|wfcH 



SkNllMW 


ESTIMATES ON FURNACE 
work, wood stove Installation or 
any sheet metal work. 597-4756 


SiMtShUilf 


SU^R SHOE SHINES 11.50. 
Wednes^vs Ladles day 51.00, 
Barber Syrt. Empress Hotel. 

«Pt 


DISTINCTIVE HAND CRAFT- 
^ wood signs, custonwnade for 


home or business. The Sign- 
maker. 474-1348. 


Talon 


BRITISH CUSTOM TAILORS 
1311BLANSHARD 383-2632 


m uimsav iccs 

AND MECTMY 


Talon 


LEATHERWEAR ALTERA- 
tions. r4N»alrt, rensodelT 


tions. r4N»alrt, rensodelling. 


^ OAK BAY TAILORS 
Tailoring, alterations, iadles 
‘••ff'w •Itw9- 
1826^ Bay. 590-4131. 


tions. It; 


StoflillMofn 


B i BOSSOM 

_1 GLASS CO LTD. 


382-3031 382-0222 


TrooSonioo 


EXPERIENCED CHINESE 
gardener, pruning, fruit trees, 
certified spraying. 3M-8621. 
479-7078. 


DANGEROUS TREE REMOV- 
al, tapping and faillna Very rea¬ 
sonable rates. Free estimates. 
Fast service. 470-9346. 


KEN'S TREE SERVICE. LOW 
rates for pensioners. 382-5310 
evenings. 


FRUIT TREES. ORNAMEN- 
tals pruned, certified sprayer, 
large or small. 3834363. 


TONYS TREE SERVICE, 
trees removed, pruned, etc. Ree- 
sonable. 474-1014 


TREE WORK PRUNING, ETC. 
Phone Dave 386-8558. 


ACE UPHOLSTERY 
477-0455 

Quality workntensMp. Europe- 
an craftsman. Freeestinsates. 


W h iiw C Unn 


JACK'S WINDOW CLEANING, 
residential end comn>erclal, 
free estimates. Call 383-3481. 


HAVE YOUR WINDOWS PRO- 
fe^onally deaned. Reasonable 
rates. 598-6203. 


TRAVa 


STEAMSHIP CRUISES 
FREIGHTERTRAVEL 
CHARTERS 
AIRLINE TICKETS 
EUROPEAN COACH TOURS 
AIR TOURS 
TRAVEL INSURANCE 
HOTELS/CAR RENTALS 


ANCHORTRAVEL 

1964 Fort St. at Foul Bay Rd 
(OPEN SATURDAYS) 

595-1232 


GOINGTOMAUI 
Kaanapali Beach 


PAPAKEA 
l;bedroom condominiums in¬ 
cluding all facilities and all com¬ 
forts of home and then some. 
Summer prices as of May 1, 
«7.50 peijDlav U.S. funds. Call 
4^7117 before 5 p.m. or 382-7642 
aWv 5 p.m. and weekends. Ask 
for Percy or leave nmsaoe. 


MAUI—BEACHFRONT 

DELUXE 2 BEDROOM, FULLY 
FURNISHED CONDOMINIUM 
PLENTY OF RECREATION 
AND MILES OF SANDY 
BEACH. WEEKLY AND 
MONTHLY RATES. AVAIL¬ 
ABLE^ APRIL. BOOK EARLY. 
383-4124. 


PARADISE ISLE 

BOOK NOW FOR 


LOW OFF SEASON RATES 
IN SUNNY WEST MAUI 
Phone lolani Holdings Ltd. 
382-8042. 595-5141 


MAUI 

Deluxe 2 bedroom fully 
furnished condominium located 
on a Mfe sandy beach. Available 
March 1st on. 

OK Trucking Co Ltd 386-3414 


40% OFF MAUI OCEANFRONT 
condo. May and Aug. thru Nov. 
1;bdrm, 1 bath, sleeps 4, fully 
fum inci all util, color phm. 
iacyui, pool, putting, barbeque. 


golf tennis near, off season rates 
by week or nvtnm, call 592-2128. 


DELUXE 2 BR., 2 BATH CON- 
dominlum on sunniest beach In 
Maul. Good b(g(injs^stlll avail- 


able. 477-3039.3 


MAALAEA BAY. MAUI. 
Ocean front, 2 bedrooms, 2 bath 
condo. Fully furnished. Book- 
Ings available. 477-4963. 


MAUI 1 BEDROOM CONDO- 
minium on beach. Pool, lacuzzi, 
sauna. 478-3504. , 


WAIKIKI, 1 BEDROOM CON- 
domlnlum, March I7th-April 
14th. Pool, parking. 997-4659 


SHARE GAS AND DRIVING TO 
Ontario on or about March 1st. 


SKIING PARTNER WANTED 
-- March 


for one week trip to 
16th. 478-2957 


ponoiuu 


MATTESON (NEE BRYANT) 
Victoria, Maud Rosina, late of 9 
Floyds Way, Javwick, Clacton- 
on-Sjea. Esse^ England (for- 
n>erlv of 2 Olsens Road. East 
Ham. London E6). Will anyone 
•knowing ^ whereabouts of her 
sister Mellle or her niece Patri¬ 
cia (surname unknown) piMse 
communicate with: j. E. 
DALDY & CO., Sollcttors. Re- 
unlim House, 27/35 Jackson 


PROFESSIONAL MAN 35 COM- 
Wnation esMbllshment/meta- 
physlc^/earthy seeks lady with 
w^tostMresomeor all parts 
of life. Desire sufficient warmth 
to free n^e. InteHigence to under¬ 
stand me, ^rltuallty to encour¬ 
age me. length to help me. 
humbleness to accept same from 
me, and adventurousness to 
need such. Please write to P.O. 
Box 1476 Victoria B.C. 


LADY. 43. 
L ^ '*f**h<no to return 

to the Itiand, wouldTika to get 
acquainted edth eo-SO-yr.-old Is- 
lar^, with sense of humor. 
L l^ do gs, jppHy campino. the 
outdoors. Eniov books, travel, 
conve^ion. nqusic of all kinds. 
I smoke, have a scotch, speak 
sow Gennan. Reply Vk^a 
Press Box 780. 


"ALL SCRIPTURE IS GIVEN 
by in^ratlon of God." Read 
your Mble reoulartY and learn 
!. our Bible Planner 


i *2 excelled readers guide. 

^ Chrlstadrtphlans. 
l396MckenzleAve. V8P2M3. 


^N IN MID 40'S, OWNS OWN 
business and home, wishes to 
meet unattached iady 35-45. 
S^phgtoandphone with reply. 
All replies confidential. Victoria 


Press Box 8 


OVERWHELMED, CON- 
fused, uptight, depressed? We 
are concerned about your con- 
NEED. 

386-6323 now. 


UP ISLAND WIDOWER. SE 
citizen, 01 — ^ -- 


nior c 


. owns home and car, 

wishes to meet lady senior citi- 


BI MALE. 35. 
25 to 40 for true 
friendship. Honest, considerate, 
and very discreetTVictoria 
Press tex 830. 


SEMI RETIRED BUSINESS- 
married, like to 
n>eet ia<^, abject frlandship and 
cwn^nlonshlp. Victoria Press 


I ERIC MURRAY WILL NQT 
be responsible for any debts In¬ 
curred in my name without my 
m-ltten consent as of February 


VICTORIA SINGLES HAPPEN- 
‘ " In Coniing 


Ing Dance, see ad 
Events oolunte. 




39 PERSONALS 


PREGNANCY AND BIRTH 
control counseiting. VIcforie 
Birth Control Clinic. For ap- 
polntmant phone 385-3351. 


LONELY, DISTRESSED, OiS- 
couraged? For assuranca- 
encouraoamant. Dial A Prayer. 
59S-3635. 


TROUBLED BY SOMEONE'S 
drinking, the Al-Anon Femily 


ATTRACTIVE YOUNG 
won^ pieesed to be your escort 


fbrthe after noon or evening. 
Victorle Press. Box 852. ^ 


THANKS FOR BEAUTIFUL 
gift, yes I will be your lighting 
star Itj^ will tell me you 


GENEROUS MAN, AGE 30. 
would like to wine and dine, at¬ 
tractive. fun loving woman, vic¬ 
toria Press Box 881 


TENNIS ANYONE? INTER- 
medlafe, weekday afternoons, 
indoors or outdoors. 3160511 eve- 


WHO CARES IF YOU ARE 
^|nward? 4 ^Blrthrlght does. 




PERSONAU 


Dnattadied?? 


and fad up with the discos and 


clubs and the "P _ __ 

you've been meeting??? 

If so. take the first step to social 
happiness by calling us. 


VICTORIA 

382-4434 or 382-5122 

VANCOUVER 

684-1593 or 684-2058 


Also In Edmonton. Calgary 
Seattle, Spokane, Tacoma 


PERSONALIZED 
DATING SERVICE 


CORRESPONDENCE 
Personal or business transac¬ 
tions, claims, probitms axpedlt- 
ad by a»arnsa in correspon¬ 
dence. Problems analysed, 
correct targets for correspon¬ 
dence Identified and the rest is 
skill and tact with word power. 
You get the results you want. 
inQulries welcome. Victoria 
Press Box 844. 


BE ASTAR 

8 ut yourself in the movies. 

latch on TV at how. us 
r^ord your wedding or any 
otW mamantuous occasion. 

tOLCLOUGH at 
5»j|ni for information. CON- 


TAROT 

Laamtoreadfor 
yourself and others 
SEMINAR 
Sunday, March 9th, 
12-6p.m. 

656-7689 for Info. 6S6-7S41 


S5.00 

Fab. 11x14 color print special 
from 35mm and laro^ Verioolor 
II or Kodac color IT nagatlves, 
copy prints or slides 82. extra. 
Precise Color Processors Ltd. 
747 Discovery St. 385-5512. 


FOR YOUR PERSONAL 
itic -- - 


"automatic writing". Send 
stamped. seH-addressed enve- 
tope to LAO, P.O. Box 220, Saan- 
Ichton, B.C. VOS IMO. First nan>e 
onlv required. 


«.Nym*** Relations Consultant 
mil Boychuk offers skills In 
therapeutic hypnosls/oounsel- 
llng for stress, smokir 
phobias, fatigue. Call 


'5fe3sr- 


PETER LAX, GOLDSMITH 
230AAenziesSt.wlllbe 
closing in mid March, 1980. 
Please pick up roMlrs 
as soon as possible. 


IMMEDIATE CASH 


B.C.R.I.C. SHARES 
479-7006 for pickup and 888 


^ ^ INSTANT CASH FOR 
B.C.R.t.C. Shares! Harbour 
Sqwr^lcket Salas. 910Govam- 
manf. 381-6114. 


RESUMES THAT GET JOBS. 
^ Profmlonallypraparad. 
Personal, confidential service. 
3866145. 


ROAN SOUND PRODUCTION. 


, meetings, etc. 


^ . PSYCHIC READING 

Spiritual healing, Chakral cner- 


MORE MEMBERS WANTED. 
Serve your Community. Join 
now. Victoria C.B. Ri ' 
384-5029. 


Radio, 


ATTRACTIVE, HARO WORK- 
Ing, Intelligent young man. 

Please call Andy. 
382-4147. Guaranteed. 


HAIRSTYLISTS REQUIRE 
models for cutting and styling 
^s^. Friends & Company, 
592-5252. 




- ... Pickup ahd~deiivery 

5.30pin, 


BEAUTIFUL INDOOR POOL 
sauna. Rastrictad avallabll- 
Ity. Quean Victoria Inn. 386-2812 


MRS. PAYN-JONES. TRANCE 
m^i^, questions answered. 
386-3403 


READINGS. 


WMV be lonely? dial a 
friend club. For Information 
Phone642-S622. confidantlal. 


LOOKING FOR WORK. READ 
the first ad under employment 
services. 


-r . S ERVICE 

820 


WILL DO CLAIRVOYANT 
SS&T In my home. Phone 


PROFESSIONAL TYPING 
agd^cretarlal services. 


WILL PICK UP BEER 

"-ftl - -- - - - 


Boflles and Pop Bottles. 
381 41132. 


LONELI^WRITE EMILY 


PROFESSIONAL PUPPET 
**—'-'-lldnm's^—" " 


ford)lldry»'sparties. Fun 
for adults too. 383-0243. 


PHYCHIC CARO READER 
from Ireland. 479-8145 for ap- 
pointmant. 


TEACUP AND CARO READ- 


WANTED: RELIABLE PITCH- 


^ CARO READING IN DEPTH 
Seventh Year_65M765 


FOOT TREATMENT. PHONE 
Monika at 478-1245. 


ENUTIIi 


TUTORING—PROFESSIONAL 
help by experienced taaciMK. 






NEWDIH 

DANCE 8 

SELF—DEVELOPMENT 
STUDIO 

755 YATES STREET 

385-3223 

Open noon'til 9: pm. 


M nia 


SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 23, 

18 MMIIIiSimiEI 


DAVIES BROS. FUfiL 
850. per pidtup load of split and 
delivtrad alder. 642-4726 or 
642-5323. 


SEASONED (IS MONTHS) FIR, 
837.50 per Vi card. Split, deliver¬ 
ed stildied. 388-91S7 Residence 
3tt-r— 


2-5582 


ALDER SPLIT AND DEU 
^j&^cord AIM mixed 


IVER- 


ALOER WOOD. SPLIT, DE- 
i!wU 4^* <811 ****^"'^** 


SPLIT ALDER OR FIR. M 
cord delivered and stacked. 850. 
642-3398 eveninos. 


DRY FIREWOOD. SPLIT, DE- 
riverad. 840 pickup load. 
642-4988. after 5. 


SEASONED ALDER. SPLIT. 
JteJIvged, large pickup load 860. 




be WOOD, SPLIT 
ane^llvarad, 860 a cord. 


ALDER FIREWOOD. SPLIT, 
^gn^afe dalivary, 865. Phone 


SEASONED FIREWOOD, 




^LIT alder, full TRUCK 
dellyered. 850.642-3060. 


QUALITY ALDER, SPLIT AND 
dHlvered860acord. 4784327. 


WANTED 


TIMBER 


8 Ny^COUN^R ISLAND AND 

ULF ISLANDS. PAYING TOP 

- 


PRICES. PHONE COLLE 
7484)688 or 743-3007. 


S&SLOGGING 
CONTRACTORS LTD. 


TWO 40' 8X16 SEASONED FIR 
5j 6 18 g seasoned fir ap¬ 
prox. 24)00 lineal ft. 1x8 cedar 
fencing, 6x6 cedar post. Setur- 


TIMBER WANTED INCLUO- 
contract logs vrlth 
FMC skiddar, wet or steep 


CUSTOM. PORTABLE SAW- 
mll for hire. Prices daoenident 
95„^,.**'** Itxbber dimensions, 
SO^^oard ^t minimum. 


7434429 or 743-9601 tvanings. 


m nuiMsiPniEs 


■ 470Areere 

^■10 3066711 


HOME LUMBER 

41 


PLYWOOD SALE 

STANDARD 

4x8-5/16 Std fir S5.75 

4x8—^Stdfir $6.95 

4x8—Std fir $9.50 

4x4-4bSfdflrT8iG $11.45 
4x8-% Sfd $13.50 


Factory D:UnS 
4x8—Va 6.95 $5.50 

4x8—% 9.95 $5.95 

4x8—% 13.50 $8.95 

4xS-% 15.50 $11.95 


LUMBER SALE 

STD. and BTR FIR 


2x4-^' 

$155 

2x4-92% pet Studs 

$275 

2x4-8'—14' 

$320 

2x6-8'—14' 

$320 

2x8-8'—24' 

$320 

2x10-8'—24' 

$425 


Louvered Bifolds 

# 1 Selecf Mahogany 
c/w hardware 
% Louver Full Louver 
2668 $38 $34 

5068 $74 $65 


Duroid Shingles 

210 wf. No. 1 Asphalt self 
seal. All colours In stock, 
per bundle. $8.95 


INSULATION 

FIBREGLASS 
PRICE PER 1,000 sq.ft. 
R12—4^' $155 

R 20 - 6 '' $255 

R2S-8'* $345 


GYPROC 

Price per 1,000 Sq. Ft. 
W* GYPRCK $135 

%'' FI RESTOP $180 

STUCCO WIRE $30 

PERAAAX $6.50 


Deliveries made any¬ 
where on Vancouver Is¬ 
land and GuK Islands. Be¬ 
fore you buy compare our 
prices. For quality, ser¬ 
vice and guaranteed sav¬ 
ings, phone: 


386-mMll 


JUBILEE BUILDING 
SUPPLIES Ltd. 


Sat (^ New Building 


. Butter Brofthers 
Gravel Ptt 
On Keating X Road 


R12 Insulatton 
81S0—perM 
R20 insulation 
8250 per M 


Roofing—Tnmai 
18.WB 


88.M Bundle 

interkKkirM Permatite 
89.9$ Bundle 


See Other Good Buys 
At Our New Location 


6772 Kirkpatrick 652-9141 



NOW IN STOCK 
Butternut 
North America 

Saturday All Day 
3834tt» 


ALSO: Open S 
5310avldSt. • 


SS LUMBER, 6535 FORD 
Road, Quncan, opposite Forest 
Museum up Drinkweter Road. 
2nd road on right. 9k"x12" cedar 

746-5041. 


’ S2i^ par sling' load. 


SAANICH LUMBER YARDS 
Garages Carports, Fencina 
Oar^ Shads, Greenhouses, 

laffASSraiskwM^^Sk. 


SLUGGETT& BROWN 
JOINERY 


Mk)od Windows. Doors, Frames 
526 DISCOVERY ST. 382-3011 


CAN WEST 

BUILDING MATERIALS 

3005JACKLINRD. 


2x4—R/LECON 


t99/M 
8120/M 
85.WSht. 
13.79/Sht. 

REG.~CEMENT44KG 


7/16BLACKgTE 

4"BIG-OPIPE 


OPEN MON.-SAT. 

478-5509 



Bulior Brolhori 


2046 Keating 


TRYUS^OR 

Flbargiass 

Insulation 

AAasonrvSuppllas 
Ready mix con cre t a 


CONCRETE FORM 
, RENTALS 

Our forms erect fast-strip fast. 
Save hma and material. 

Ask for a free estimate. 

WESTERN FORM 
RENTALS LTD. 


658-5122 
Nights 6586018,474-1727 


CASH AND CARRY. ROUGH 
cedar lumbar in utllltv grade, 
standard and batter. Cedar 

order. All at better than oom^l- 
tlva prices. Smilav Rd. Cha- 
malnus. 2466622. 


ROUGH CEDAR. ALL DIMEN- 
skxis. Hidden Valley Saw Mill, 
2200 Sylvester Road. Open Satur- 
day and Sunday. Phone 743-2830. 


ITALIAN TILE AT DIRECT IM- 
port price, a genuine saving. 
^2812. 


4'X4' THERMO PLATE (3LASS 
window, all encased In metal. 
860.3846253. 


SHAKES. %-IVa, HAND SPLIT 
and resawn, 24" No. 1,12 bundles 
only, 850 per square. 3M-1019. 

EXCELLENT SHAKES 
Good supplv of 18" b^ shakes, 
860, delivery evellabie. 652-4368. 


HARDWOOD FOR SALE, 
seven types, kiln dried. 3884186. 


SHAKES. 24" HANDSPLIT 
tapers, good quaHtv, 38S-1662 


ki^. 65^-wl 6&68kl Field Rd. 


QUALITY CUSTOM CUT 
coder fencing material. 64^9r72 


15' OF r' INSULATED CHIAA- 
ntv pipes, 8125.59S4810 


78 MIHCAL 


REGSTONE 


BERNIE PORTER PRESENT 

A THOMAS ORGAN 
CONCERT 

LOCATION - THE BANQUET 
ROOM, IMPERIAL INN 
1961 DOUGLAS ST. 

8PM. TUESDAY MARCH 4. 

PROGRAMME 
ORGAN SELECTIONS BY 
REGSTONE 
SCOTTISH SONGS BY 
BOBLANG 

ACCORDION SOLO'S BY 
BRENDA PORTER 

THE THOMAS ORGAN 
STILL THE FAVORITE 
OF LAWRENCE WELK 

PICKUP COMPLIMENTARY 
TICKETS AT PORTER MUSIC 
m CALEDONIA, BETWEEN 
THE BAY 4 WHITE SPOT RES¬ 
TAURANT BELOW THE ME¬ 
MORIAL ARENA. 


PARK FREE 


382-9S42 


IT'S HERE 
TheTRAYNOR 
TS75 


A one-place, 75-wett gutter emp. 
wim switched 66end graphic, 
switched power boost, reverb, 
and master volume. The 15" 
speeker utilizes e hi-temp. 3" 
wice coll, eluminum frame and 
80 oz. ceramic magnet. 

ONLY8695 
See It at 


IVtcIV Iusic 


_ COLWOOD 

2244 Sooka Road 4784622 

Mon.-Frl. 10-7, Sat. 94 


NEW IBANEZ 

Ch^ out the ARTIST-50, mid¬ 
night black, lumbo frets, hot 
pick-ups, deluxe case. 

STINGSI! Perfectly blenced 
n^-1nrough-body construction, 
three band active font controls, 
two pick-ups, complete with 
case. ONLY 8950 

SUNN amps Still 25% OFF 
Expert rmirs and fret work, 
reasonable rates, prompt ser¬ 
vice. 


THE GUITAR SHOP 


ATE? 


Sounds Musk 


GRAND PIANO'S 

New From 

$7895.00 


GOOD SELECTION— 
HONEST SERVICE 


BALDWIN PIANO & 
ORGANCENTRE 


1736 Douglas_^M165S1 


USED ORGAN 

U)wary—Two Keyboards 
Approximatelv—f-yr .-old 
Fully Guarantee d — 
Free Lessons 

Must Sell—Offers Accaptad 
BALDWIN PIANO & 
ORGANCENTRE 


iSSSS^ --A16551 


HAMMOND ORGANS 


FAST DELIVERY. 


HfESfllWaUf 


Ho^of HAMMONOOrgans 
---RIDAYS 


714 FORT_3886632 


cabinet, 9 months old. A very 
versa^ organ. Replacement 
cost 83995, now only sim. 

Scott Piano and Organ 
1400 Blanshard 386-2434 


RICHARDC 


_DPENZIL 

Plano Tunar-fachnldan 




ONE-STOP MUSIC CENTRE 
-1ELD 


HALL-FAIRFI^_ 


5^n}|^^8S«AI!S 


LOWRIE . 
boards, vark 


E ORGAN, 2 KEY- 
. yarla^ Inefrum^ ac- 


ONE FEI^ER STRATACAS- 

E^TRIC GUITAR WITH AM- 
and case for only 


1980 

79 


MSTRIMQITS 


5 PIECE IMPERIA DRUMS, 
g^^^al, new skins. 8350. 


CONN ORGAN, 2 KEY- 
^rds.^bullf In r^k4^. foot 


pedals. 2 years old. 3 


MARSHALL 50 WATT LEAD 
vrm. with AAarshall speakers. 
Otters. 477-5167. 


2 SAAALL BEGINNERS ACOUS- 
casw 


PAESOLO VIOLIN AND CASE. 
2<| Size. Good condition. 8260. 
592-1157. 


FENDER JAZZ BASS PLUS 
f>6f0«f»all case. Retail value 
81010. asking 8700. 477-8622 bt- 
fore noon and after 6 pm. 


GAPWET REVOLUTION I AM- 


OVATION GUITAR WITH 
caM. 8350. Fine old Italian violin 
wooden case and TWO 


>.4786472. 


SELL ROLAND EP-30 
co(in8>inatlon plano/harpskhord 
and^rnj. Many extras. 8900. 


616850. 


BABY GRAND PIANO. EX- 
condition inside and out. 


YA^KI DELUXE FOLK 12 
String guitar. Immaculate, 
jjjfber case Included, 8500. 


HOFNER CLASSICAL GUI- 
far, Fandtr Duo-sonic guitar, 
Pjjn^ VIbralux amplifier. 


CLASS. ES-34S GIBSON 
sterw. Las Paul custom(whlta) 
Lgr^ acoustic Immaculate. 


PIANO, SHERLOCK MAN- 
nlng. walnuf with t ‘ 


nine, walnuf with bandv almost 


E.^it9ER RHODES. 8890. 
-frier - ' 


. RHOD^., 

Ela^Tc 8tkk, m. Fender pad- 
dle base, 8200.4^177. 


MUST SELL AMPEG V4B AND 
sga^r cabinet, best offer. 


ES ORGAN, Les¬ 
lie Rtwthmec Reverb, 84000 
firm. Duncan 748-2886 days. 


FENDER (F-65) ACOUSTIC 
(kxter, brand new with hardshell 
case. 8225. 383-5394. 


WURLITZER ELECTRIC 


COMPLETE SET SONOR 
dk^^ZIldllan cymbals. 8550. 


NEW AA6ATI TRUMPET 8115, 
P.^MS.^yj^1108 Blanshard 


(at Fort) 3 


P^YPw'<..EI-ECTRIC guitar, 
hardshell casev axceHant condi- 
tlon.8200or beat offer. 3866710 


Drand new, 895or offers. 478-5934 


EVETTE FLUTE. LIKE NEW. I 

-— 


don't play. 8200.3i87S24 


CONCERTINA. 

3836703 


MARSHALL 100 WATT MAS- 
tar volume amp. Phone 656-2985. 


Y^AKI DELUXE 12-STRING 
guitar, 8100.592-2169. 


COtm CAPER ORGAN, WITH 
bench, 8995 firm. 479-5911 


NATIONAL SOLID STATE 
anry. 3 Inputs. 840. 592-4384. 


LUDWIG SNARE, 8100. 
385-3939 


YAAAAHA STUDENT FLUTE, 
save 850,8150.3814482. 


METRONOME WANTED FOR 
young Plano student. 656-5086. 


71 MsiCTuaias 


lANWESTMACOTT 
ARCT, RMT 

RefT>edl2*^S^pro3u3^ for 


andadvahee^!^^] 


INTERESTED IN GUITAR 


lessons? J^ r^, classical or 

^^^^grMusTcShxtlo. 


ACCORDION LESSONS. ALL 
l^s, Instnxnant loaned to be- 
glnners (free). This offer ends 
March 30th. 384-2111. 


POPULAR PIANO. ORGAN, 
accordion and guitar lessons. 
652-2392 


BASS TEACHER, COMPRE- 
hensive guidance, for all levels, 
any style. 386-8205,384-0306. 


77 MOTOMYCIES 




GT80MX NOW $649 

YZlOO NOW$1199 

DTIOO NOW $929 

DTI 75 NOW $1349 

TY175 NOW $1339 

MX175 NOW $1199 

XS4002F NOW $1649 

XS400F NOW.$1899 

XT500F NOW $2099 

SX6502Fspec, $2599 

XS750spec. $3299 

XS750F NOW $3099 

XSllOOF NOW $3999 

PLUS NEW 

78YB100E at $759 
78SR500E at $1899 


AAAKE YOUR 


Bel Deals Now 


on 1980 models 


1100 

MIONITE SPECIAL 

ON DISPLAY NOW! 


ALL AT 



925 Yates St. Dealer 5245 
382-1928_382-4515 


1978 KAWASKI 400KH, BRAND 
condition, asking 81055. 
595-5282 


77 YAMAHA 400 ENOURO, 
---““ ,8900 or bast Offer! 




MACHINE FOR BEOINNER 
or Msorlonnd. Wl Hi ' ‘ 

TypoUVlIMB. WH47«. 










1070 HOHOA U$ TWIN IN- 
cl o a M ll«lli»«l,«C».47»5»,6. 




1976 RM 125, 8625. GO 
dltlon.Phorwt^£MD4S 




74 YAA^I^ GT80, RECENT 
overhaul. $360.642-4434. 


J^MONOA HAWK II. 8137$. 


nY^2SOTWIN,S300. 


4786346. 


77 MmiCYCLU 


QfAW 


CT70 

NOW $739 

XL125 

NOW $1259 

XL250 

NOW $1699 

CB400TI 

NOW $1599 

XR250 

NOW $1699 

CB400T2 

NOW $1799 

CX500std. 

NOW $2699 

CB750K 

NOW $2999 

GLIOOO 

NOW $3999 


PLUS 

79 CM 185 (ex safety coun¬ 
cil). Full remaining war¬ 
ranty $1149 


30NLY 

1978CB750F 
SUPER SPORTS 
Brand New $2799 


A 6 AKEYOUR 

Best Deals Now 

on 1980 models 


IH 


925 Yates St. Dealer 5245 
382-1928_382-4515 


HARLEY 

DAVIDSON 

The Revolutionary 


TOUR GLIDE 
and the 
WIDE GLIDE 
"More than lust 
Machines" 


See Them Now at 

VICTORIA 

HONDA 

Harley-Davidson 
2851 DOUGLAS 3864364 


Dealer 5854 


HONDAS 

We have all the 
CUSTOM MODELS 
Instock now 
See Us Last. . . 
Before You Buy 

VICTORIA 

HONDA 

2851 DOUGLAS 38^8364 
Dealer S8S4 




TEST RIDE all modtis 
of the world's nr>ost 
popular scooter 
LAYAWAY PLAN at '79orkes 


MDMOIOIS 


385-351$ 602 Esquimalt Rd 

Mamber 

Better Bus! nass Bureau 


HARLEY 

DAVIDSON 

WIDE-GLIDE 


The Sportsman's Bike 
See it Now at 


BROOKLANOS 

MOTORCYCLES 

^RI^Y-DAVIOSON HONDA 
937 Fort Dealer 6121 383-5926 


76 RD400 IN E)(CELLENT CON- 
dltlon. new pistons, rings, bear- 


Iw, cvljn^s, headers, TT100 
back and front and many nwre 
offer. 

479-M95, anytime, answering 
service. 


1975 750 HONDA, CUSTOM 
paint, headers, Harley rear 
extend forks. 81600 or 
best offer. 77 Suzuki PE250. In 
jgd condition. 8900 firm. Dave 


NEW FIBERGLASS SADDLE 
ba^ with built in turn signals 
and braka light, 16x8x15". 


1976 SUZUKI 2S0GT. EXCEL- 
lant condItkXL approxlamafelv 
WBOmllas. lllntss foroas sale. 


1972 KAWASAKI MINI BIKE, 
3-speed, good condition, 8150. 
Also Kwfone mini bike with 
3 hp, needs work. 865. 
383-3020. 


54 ROYAL ENFEILO, 1500 
miles on new 750cc. rebuilt 


wn n«w /3VCC. reouiiT 

"Wfor nr»anv spare parts plus 


1978 HARLEY DAVIDSON 
Sportstar, low milaagt, good 
wn^lpn. $3200 or best otter!, 
388-7081 


1977 1200 HARLEY DAVIDSON 
engine for sale. Also custom 
fren^and other parts. Call 96, 
4794285. 


ENGLISH BIKE ENTHUSI- 
•?f». 1 569 BSA 650 Road Rocket, 

-ffiglne has vlbra- 

-3020. 


tion, 8600.383-31 


1978 HARLEY DAVIDSON 
MQf gllda, low miles. Extra 
chrwT^, mint condmon. 85500. 
656-4742 attar 5. 


HA^Y USED-77 KAWASAKI 

^^rfe starP 2^ 8950! 

Phone 3814892. 


fxc^lant shapar?Sw mllas: 


YAMAHA 400 RD, 76, 15,000 
miles. Good condition. 8800. 
656-3290 


74JIO^, XL175. IMAAACU- 


1977 HONDA 350SS,;12,000 
mUjs^ ExojUent co^ltlon. 


19 : 5 ^ SUZUKI TS125 ENOURO, 
479-2979. 


5 KE125 KAWASAKI STREET, 
dkM^sklnjTfjOO. 381-0242 be- 


1977 HONDA ODYSSEY, EX- 
oHle^congtlon. smT after 
6pm 647-5532 


i’^OLlOOp, WINDJAMMER, 


1972 TRIUMPH BONNEVILLE 

6S0 wtth r- 

condition. 


6» with aocnapr^ as 
.siWs^ig 


1977 YAMAHA X^, GOOD 
76 SUZUK1100 WITH HELMET. 


) miles. 


1W HONDA HAWK 305. EN- 




y* M^LEY 1300 FLH, ORESS- 
^^o^jmllas, 84700 or 


798» SUZUKI. VETTER FAIR- 


YAMAHA RO408. 7580 KILO- 
metars. 81280 or tra^ wtth trail 
■ ran 8860. 


bika and cash. Joa6 


CT70 FOR 


^^CiTRIALS. RUNS 


77 MOTORCYCUS 


mo YAMAHA 7S0O. 82495; 1978 


IJ^YAA^HA 650, ELECTRIC 
Jf6|J^l»000 miles, asking 81250. 


WANTED: BASKET CASE AAO- 
M2-7W* ^****”' 


79 KAWASAKI KX250 DIRT 
> hpvrs* haw was 
82100, Offers. 477-3988 


71 nCYCtiS 


LARGEST SELECTION OF Bi¬ 
cycles and accessories. 
SAME-OAY REPAIR SERVICE 


RENOBIKES 
2519 (xovemment St. 
384-5514 


PtL'Wr'PS 5-SPEEJ) BIKE 
with lots of extrav 8150 firm. In 
excellent shape. 477-0347 ask for 
Dave after 4pm. 


23W'' GITANE TOUR DE 
France, tubulars, axcallent con¬ 
dition. 8290. 23" CCM 10-spaed, 
good condition. 880.652-37^ 


PHILLIPS MAN'S 10-SPEED, 
Wkfs frlcycla. as new, 825. 


RALEIGH WOMEN'S 10- 
spaed. new, 8100 ffrm.5»S4863. 


ID-SPEED. 880. 

477-5108. 


BOYS JUNIOR 3 SPEED BI KE, 
— --,860.3624130. 


good condmon. s 


LAOY'SJFSPEED BICYCLE, 
as new, 850.595-5304. 


MENS SEKINE S-SPEED, EX- 
cellanf condition. 880.381-6482. 


NISHIKI OLYMPIC. 2$" 
frame, 8140.6584172. 


^NS APOLLO 21 " 10-SPEEO, 
890.4774841 after 5pm. 


■ IMTSatMMME 


ADVRnce 
VACHTI ITD. 


17VV Campion 130 Volvo 8 7,495 
ir^vmpk, frailer. 8 5,495 

l|^^^.w/tr1r. M'So 

2r BaylTnerC.B. - 

22* Grew, w/traller 
22* Flberform Express 
22' Sea Ray w/trailer. 

22'Relneli, trailer 
U' Odphln 

24'RelnHIC.B. 


815.995 

813.995 
8 7.995 
816,900 
8 9,995 
817400 

816.900 

813.900 

24'Searav, twins, trailer 822,500 
25 ; Bellboy C^Dlke new Slooo 
25' Baidiner Offshore 814,999 
25 BHW Express 818,500 
25'BevllnerC.B. 815,995 

25'Mvllner Offshore Ht. 813,999 

26'RberSrmC.B. 

25' Chrlscratt 
25' MIbovExp. 

25' SeaRay 
26'HourstonC.B. 

26' Campion Sdn. 

26'Flberform CB twins 

M' FlSSlonnC.B. 

27' Cal (»lass Com Br. 

27'Chris Exp. 

28' Lynwood C.B. 

28'Bayllner Bounty C.B. $44,900 
28' Executive C.B., twins 842450 


-400 

820.995 

811.995 

817.900 

818.900 

816.900 

819.900 

820.995 

822.900 
825,500 

819.995 

824.900 
832450 


28' Northstar Osl. 

28' UnifiyttC.B. 

30'Grenfell 
30' Chris Immac. 

30' Monk Exp. 

BavlIrwEncntrC.B. 


811.900 
839,995 

820.900 

831.900 
817.500 


867.900 

869.900 
856.995 
812,500 

856.995 

869.995 
874400 


Troian C.B. 

32'LuhrsC.B. 

33' Obi Endar Osl 
32'FalrllnerC.B. 

30'Executive C.B. 

36'Chris TrI-Cab __ 

36' Richardson Spts. Fish 843,900 
^ Grand Banks $79400 

40^ Monk 849,500 

40'Crvlse-A-Noma.fwns. 

Inrunaculate 867,900 

42'CT 42, Trawler dsl. 8149,000 
45'Gr^ell Spts Fish 

diesel 8169400 

^ Monk AXcQueen 864,950 
SOr Classk Power 844,900 

52'Monk McQueen twin 

diesel 8175400 

65' Ex RCMP Crusr, ds|. 8109400 


SAIL 


18' Crown 
20'Cal 
21'San Juan 
23' Pacaship 
23'Clipper 
24'Venture, frailer 
25' Cal 

25'Cai,6dsalls 

^^o^Rmem-sailer 

30'Classk Sail 

32'West Sail Cutter 

32'Buccaneer 

34'Coronada 

36'Cascade 

36' Sloop 

40'Atkins yawl 

44' Voyager aux ketch 


SOLD 
SOLD 
8 7,995 

813.900 
811.750 

813.900 
SOLD 

813,495 

813.900 

837.500 
813.995 

886.900 
SOLD 

843.500 

884.900 
8119,000 

856,000 

8169,000 


We are now dealers for new 
CATALINA 
SAILBOATS 


DAVE BROWNELL 
TOM ALLAN 
DON GARDINER 
BILL THOMSON 


Bo^'s Marina 656-5558 
10775 McDonalct Park 
Rd., 

Sidnev, B.C. 

Oak Bay Marina 598-3366 
Redder Bay Marina 
4 7 8 - 1 7 7 1 


VANE 


POWER 

21' Pocket Tug, 23' Cruiser. 24' 
Sea Ray, 25' Ovrens, 26' Tolly- 
graft, 26' (»ardan Exprass, 2r 
Falriln^ 28' Chrlscratt. 28' 
Polaris. 28' Sea Skiff, 30' Ex Gov¬ 
ernment Cruiser, 30' GrenfHI, 
30' Trawler, Enno's, 32' 


32' Grenfell. 32' 


Supercraft, 32* Spancer. 32' Tol- 
Ivcr^t, 33' Bayllner, 34' ex 
RCMP, 34' Trawler, 34' Falr- 


llner. 34' Centre Brl<jM, 34' fol- 
*Y<Yatt. 34' FarrelirS' Super¬ 
craft, 36' Grand Banks736* 
trawler, 37' Monk. 31' Tolly- 
CTafr^' Chrlscraft, 40* Monk. 
AT Stephens, 42* C. V. Trawler. 
43' Trawler, 44' Garden, 44' 
Monk, 4r ex Govarnrnent (fruls- 
Yacht, 52' Monk 


SAIL 


^Catalina, 24' San Juan, 24* 
Gaff Sloop. 26' Reintll, 26' Slow. 
W Moto r Seller, 30' CfC. 33' 
Spe^. 33* Motor Sailw, 34' 
Steel Sail Boat, 35' Endurance. 
M' Ferro, 36' Trimaran, 40* Iv 


lander, 41'Sloop. 


Theabove is an example of son>e 

of the veMels we arc seriouslY 

-- 


offwing for sale "ntany 4 


claT wfnfer pricas." For moft 
‘.’!?.'‘>*:.M6tlo« Pitasa contact 


JOHN ALLEN at 
VAN ISLE MARINA CO. LTD. 
Tsahum Harbour Box 2130 
656-1131_SIdntv.B.C. 


FISHERMEN! 

Tha prtviQus Ownar of this boat 
has caught soma of tha bigatst 
salmon tvar lanotd in Sooke 
waters. 15'6" Islendar wtthR) 
HP Merc. 9.9 HP Merc. (Just 
traded In on a brand new 17* 
Hourston) AAlnp $4,495 
-LONDON 


AAIna84 

BRIA^L 


GIBSON PQWERCRAFT 
CENTRE 

730 HILLSIDE 382-8291 


McQUADES 
MARINE SUPPLY 


12S2 Wharf St. 


388-4343 


MARINE ENGINES 

Complett Instal- 
* •xhaust sys- 




C-3 

m •MnwaiME 




NEW CRAFT 
INSTOCK 
GRAND BANKS 32 


TRUANT 33 SLOOP 
PACIFIC PILOT 27 
TOLLYCRAFT30 
COA^R23 

TORNADO and MYSTERE 
Catamarans 


SAIL 

SUgfeMlSSS""" IS:??? 

fs'asis.’*"- m 

gWER»n»«r«l.,r {g;® 

SAN JUAN 24 815,500 

CONTEST 30 Sloop 848,900 


POWER 

BRAND BANKS 36 8124,000 

GRAND BANKS42 Wood 

8124,000 

CLA^I C ex-ptlot Boat $60,000 
NIWUS 26. Volvo dsl. 83$;^ 
CLASSIC DITCHBURN 40* 

840,000 

43' O^OEN trawler. Undoub¬ 
tedly the loveliest yacht of her 
type 8125,000 

25XHRISCRAFT 822,000 

33'PUGET TRAWLER 887,500 


Contact Okk Chudlev or 
Luke Kynaston at 
NATIONAL BOAT SALES 
2060 White Birch Rd. 
Sidn^. B.C.VSL2R1 
(604)656-3966 
Also in Vancouver at 
False Creek. 


SHIPANDSHORE 
MARINE LTD. 

1340 STEWART AVE. 
DOT approved flares type 
C$29.95. 

V.H.F. radio telephone. 
Mariner 3500 9 channels 
Installed $268.95. 

Childs Mustang life vest 
rnodel 1320 81 1330, 1979 
style, $19.95. 

(Jwlk—Cook grills* burns 
newspaper for fuel, no 
nriess or brickettes, $23.95. 
Chain deck pipes, chrome 
plated brass, $19.95. 
Battery switches for dual 
battery set—up with al¬ 
ternator protector, $15.95 
Solid brass bells, $16.95. 
DOT approved life jac¬ 
kets, Universal adult 
model 412A, $12.95 
Mail 81 Phone Orders 
Handled Promptly 
AM quantitlas limited. 
i^st^OMroe Chargex 

AhovAAarIne 754-3317 


34'TOLLYCRAFT 


TrI-Cabln. Radar, Auto Pilot, 
Generator, Elec. Galley, Spot 
and Docking Lights. CB, VHF 
and Recording Sounder, Outrig¬ 
gers and Oov^i^^v 

S:I8S 

30'TOLLYCRAFT 71,900 

38'TOLLYCRAFT 79.500 

30* SEA RAY 51,900 

28'TROJAN 51,900 

30'TROJAN 44,500 

41'CANOE COVE 129,000 

38'UNIFLITE 132,000 

2r LYNWOOD—DIESEL 38,500 
2rSEACAMPER 19,500 

25'SANGSTER 16,900 

26'SABRECRAFT 13,500 


19* HUNTER 
- ‘fOE" 


SAIL 


28'ISLANDER 
41'SEA WOLF 


3,950 

43.900 

79.900 



Located on the Highway 
■ ^—' rartz Bay 


Just before Swartz Bay 
656-2580 


The Home tor 
ZETA 
In Victoria 


SEE US AT 

MAYFAIR 

AAALL 

Feb. 23-March 1 
Featuring 

CAMPIONS 
DOUBLE EAGLES 
SUNRUNNERS 


LUNO Aluminum 
JOHNSON Outboards 
ROADRUNNER Trailers 




hoh wh^jU 

mmrimsUd, 


SALES AND SERVICE 
Corner Harbour and Rasthaven 
656-7286 SIDNEY 


WINTER HOURS 


Tues., Sat. 8:30-5:30 
Sun. 12-5 Closed AAon. 


18'HOURSTON 
GLASCRAFT 


Hardtop, stand-up camper back. 
140 HP Johnson O.B. 9.8 HP 
Merc. O.B., C.B. radio, (2) 
Oownriggers, rod holders. Road 

fcXC#ll6m COOOIflOn %l,y9i 

W'SANGSTER 816.900 

24'CAMPION C/B 822,900 

24'BELL BOY C/B 815.900 

2f WINNER EX. 812.900 

21'BAYLINER 810.900 

»' SANGSTE R 81 Tiir. 813.900 

20'BAYLINERaTrlr. 89.900 

18'CAMPION 1.0. 89,400 

15'VIKING Dory $1,895 


Call John Roland at 

PASSAGE 

AAARINE 

6S6-2S80 

(Cedar Grove AAarIna) 


HONDA 

OUTBOARDSALE 

On Left-Over AAodels 
9.9 Shorts $899 

PLUS 

Still A Few 79Merc's 
Left At Sale Prices 
At 

MULLINS 

/MARINE 

925 Yates St. 382-^515 




Landing Craft Cargo Carrier 
Work/Cr^/(jivers 
Speeds to 30 knots 
4 models—Itol Tons 


Versatile Environmental Prod¬ 
ucts Division of Burrard Yar- 
romnOorp. 60 Riversidt Drive, 
North Vancouver, B.C. V7H 1T4, 
(4D4) 929-5451. 


Squire and Coombs 

20 Comm^clal list^ Phone 
^‘•fln- Ucances "A" 

1:30-4:30, Mon.-Frl. 
by appomtmant. 

45 Bastion Square 






































































































































































































































































































































































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C-4 

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THUNDIIIBIfID 
VACNT 

tALlt 

WfSTPOirr MAMNA 

Next to Swartz Bay Ferry 
2075 Tryon Road. Sidney, B.C. 
656-5832 

NEWBAYLINERS 

INSTOCK 

1950 EAGLE, 470 Merc 
2150 LIBERTY. 140 Volvo 
2270 SKAGIT Sunbrldoe 
2350 MONTEREY C/Bridoe 
2550 SARATOGA S^ldoe 
2750 VICTORIA C/BrIdQf 
2950 ENCOUNTER" 


^e 


SPECIALS 
OF THE WEEK 

'74—2550 BAYLINER Saratoga 
offshore. Very tew hours 

$13,900 

'73—24* * FIBERFORM Express, 
188 Merc, compass, C.B., 
sounder, downrlggers, trim 
tabs and more. Absolutely im¬ 
maculate. $11,995 

'72—28' UNIFLYTE Express 
cruiser, with twin 318 f.w.c. 
Chryslers, boathouse In 
excellent condition. ^,900 

EXPERIENCED 

BOATS 

74—22' Sanoster E xp. $9,999 

74— 2550^rato«a $13,900 

58-30' oT^i $8,799 

78-l8»/i' Starcraft with EZ Load 

trailer, as new $9,500 

70—24'San Juan, new 470 $9,950 

73— 22' FIberform Exp. $9,900 

75— 24'FlberformExp. $11,950 

74- 24'Bell Boy C.B. $11,900 

78- 20* Sangster htp. f.w.c 

$12,900 

74— 24' NISQually C.B. $12,900 

55—28' Norcraft $12,995 

60— 24' Skagit Exp. $12,995 

75- 22'/^' Relnell $12,500 

75—22'/*' K4C. C.B. $12,500 

75—24' Relnell exp. loaded 

$13,900 

74—25' Saratoga $14,295 

74— 2550 Saratoga Exp. SOLD 

64— 27' Chris Connie $15,900 

75— 22* Sea Ray Exp.f .w.c 

$14,950 

76— 2550 Saratoga Ei^ SOLO 

73- 26' FIberform C.B? $18,900 
70-26'Telstar C.B, $19,900 

70— 24' ToUvcraft, Exp. SOLO 

61— 30' AAonk Express $18,000 

77— 26' Relnell C.B. $21,000 

77—26' C.B. Relnell $22,900 

77—26' Campion C.B. $23,500 

65— 31' Chris Sea Skiff $23,999 

76—26' Carnplon C. B. twn $25,500 
72—28' unlflyte Exp. $29,900 

76— 28' Bounty $29,900 

77— 28' Carver $32J)00 

76—28' Silverton C.B. $34,900 

76—28'Executive C.B. $38,900 

79 — 28'Carver, new $38,000 

75— 3050 Encounter C.B. $42,900 

76— 28'Tro an C.B. $51,900 
75—30'Tro an C.B. $46,500 
65—38' Chris Tri-cab rdr. $89,900 

74— 40'Tolly tri $112,000 

57—43'Richardson C.B. $99,500 

71— 45' Gulf Commander$165.000 

71—45' Grenfell $165,000 

68—61' Grenfell Yacht $269,000 

CALL 

RICH or RON 

656-5832 



Hard to find used 
2100 GLAS-PLY Cuddy 
—270 Volvo 
—fulloallev 
—hard top 
—sounder 
—compass 
—marine head 
—15h.p. Evinrude 
auxiliary 

—recently traded — low 
hours 

—stock #303 
$13,500 

ALSO AVAILABLE 

12' FIBREGLAS Pkoe. 
#178 $1,200 

14' SEA RAY Pkoe. #186 
$3,500 

14' K & C Pkoe. #186 
$3,200 

15V2' SANGSTER Pkge. 
#187 $2,700 

15' CAL-GLASS Pkoe. 
#183 $3,500 

17' HOURSTON Gla- 
scratt, 140 Mercruiser, 
Roadrunner trailer. 
#188 $5,995 

16' STARCRAFT Pkoe. 
#272 $5,494 

15V2' HOURSTON Gla- 
scraft Pkoe. # 101 

$3,700 

17V2' BELLBOY Pkoe. 
#280 $7,995 


il 


Powercraft Centre Ltd. 
730HILLSIDE AVE. 

382-8291 


15'GLASTRON 

— 50 HP Merc. elec. 
—Trailer 
—Super clean 

$3,495 

16'FIBERFORM 
—65 HP Merc. elec. 
—Road Runner 
Trailer 

—Fisherman's 

Special 

$5,495 

16V2'GREW 

—110 Volvo 1.0 
-trailer 


$5,495 


17'K&C 

—120h.p.l/O 
—Trailer 
—New canvas 

$5,995 

See Them Now 
In our Showroom 
ATYOUR 
1-STOP 

MARINE CENTRE 

lllcfcurii 

fflofinc 

385-1457 800Cloverdale 

17' GLEN L SEA KNIGHT. 85HP 
Mcfcury, less than 100 hcxjrs. 
1977 Roadrunner trailer less 
than 500 miles, $5500.479-2023. 


VVANTED TO LEASE HER 
ring Gillnet license. 25% of pro- 
d^lon, 50 ton delivery In 1979. 

477-7166. 


CHRYSLER — SEAGULL 
Ken Prasing Equipment 
934Goldstream 478-9313 


N IUTS«4IUMIE 


WANTED 

2T-A6' 

TiKabln or Aft Cabin 

Not over 10 years, prefer twin 
diesel. Have older 40* well-kapt, 
wood-planked •’Hoffer" de¬ 
signed. twin gev to trade. Cali or 
write Don Telford, 384-9311, 
days, 477-0028, evenings, or Box 
1220, Victoria. 


YAR 26 DIESEL 
26' Fiberglass Trawler 

Built 1974, boathouse kept 8i little 
used by one fussy owner. Safe & 
economical, sleeps 4-6, com¬ 
pletely equippedwith radio, 
sounder, heater, refrigerator 
and much more. A beautiful boat 
In Bristol condition, $33,000. 

Call 592-6961. 


Open 7 Days a Week 
656-5711 656-3918 

Evenings, 652-4386 


JEUNEBROS. 
Tent & Awnings Ltd. 
BOATTOPS 
385-7751 


22* K&C THERMOGLASS 
Sedan, 188 hp FWC Mercrulser 
I/O, acc^mo^tlon to sleep 4, 
dinette, full galley, marine head, 
cabin heater. CB radio, deptn 
sounder and full Instrumenta¬ 
tion, anchor pack, Olympian din¬ 
ghy, spotlight and horn, well- 
maintained and very seaworthy. 
Must sell. Phone Graeme, 
477-8835. 


26* TROJAN EXPRESS, 1965 
new power 1971, FWC,T(^ deck, 
full hardtop and canvas. Im¬ 
maculate condition. $18,950. 38* 
luxury diesel cruiser, $88,000.46' 
classic TS llveaboard, $28,500. 
42* offshore cxmer, $112,000. 41* 
FG sloop fast, $56,000. 

GEO^SIMPSON, Maple Bay 
748-3242. In Calgary, 262^971. 


MARSH MARINE 
SERVICES LTD 

MARINE CONSULTANTS 
Before you Invest - Let us test 
Reasonable Rates 
2447 Beacon Ave. Sidney BC 
V8L1X7 Tel(604) 65^4335 

74 , 24 * REI^LL EXPRESS 
Cruiser. 4 beiihs. private stand- 
up head, vanity, galley dinette. 
175 OMC f .w.c., tabs, swim grid, 
brand new gra^ sounder. New 
anchor windlass and much 
mart. Very low hours - Beauti- 
J^jjj^SOO. Bob Whyte Marina, 

'77 22' DOUBLE EAGLE 
Sedan Cruiser. Raised camper, 
hydraulic steering, galley, di¬ 
nette, 4 berths, private standup 
head, vanity. 255 Volvo f.w.c., 
tabs, swim grid, sounder, C.B., 
dinghy and more! $18,500. Bob 
Whyte Marina, 656-7286_ 

ERICKSON YACHTS 
CHEOY LEE Diesel Trawlers 
ALEX CHISHOLM 
YACHTSALES 
located at 

ANGLER'S ANCHORAGE 
AAARINA 

652-3531 933 Marchant Rd. 

_Brentwood Bay 

BY OWNER. 1977 19* CUSTOM 
glas ply. Mercury 470, remov¬ 
able hardtop, circulating bait 
box. am/fm radio. CB, depth 
sounder, heater, full Instrumen¬ 
tation, Calkins boat trailer, dec- 
trlc winch, many other extras, 
not u^ ‘nS**^ $14,500. 

T elephone 598-3630 evenings. 

42* CLASSIC TWIN DIESEL 
Displacement cruiser. Economi¬ 
cal, sound and seaworthy. Well 
equipped and maintained. Must 
sell or swap for boat, car. trailer 
or ? dw cash to survey value. 
4 ^'W 49 ♦'’l^le»’s please. 


1974 24* REINELL. SLEEPS 6, 
depth sounder, he^, new can¬ 
vas. stov^ Icetox, power anchor 
winch, docking lights, CB, 
stereo, reconditioned leg and 
motor 1979, AAercury 188 motor. 
$16,500 orbes^er. 658-5421 ask 
for Bud, 388-9784 (res.) 


25* CHRISCRAFT CRUISER, 
cb depth sounder, good shape, 
$10,900or best offer, phone A AB 
Boat Tops, ask for Gary, 
656^13_ 

16* FIBERGLASS STOLTZ- 
craft, older 35 HP manual John¬ 
son, 6 HP Johnson, full canvas, 

WANTED 

23 ft. Hourston sedan with 
F.W.C. Call Bud 385-9741 or 
479-3849 afty 5 p.m. _ 

PARTLY FINISHED 14' 
paper tiger Catamaran, Brun- 
zeel mahogany ply. Including 
plans. 479-9613._ 

1958 28' CHRISSCRAFT. TWIN 
350 Chevies, 250 hours. Just sur¬ 
veyed, excellent condition. 

‘7,500.656-7033. 


many extras. $17,5 


2 MOBILE RADIO TELE- 
phones, 6 chanrtels plus BC sta¬ 
tion, 1 was a base. Excellent 
shape. 12 volt. $200.642-3581 

WANTED: "C** LICENCE COO 
botil. 30 feet plus. Accommoda¬ 
tions. Ready to flslT Below 
$20,000. 595-2584._ 

MOVING MUST SELL. 14' PLY- 
wood fiberglass boat with trail- 
79 M«rc, $650or best 

offer. 474-2718 after y _ 

TANDEM BOAT TRAILER. 
Rated 6000lbs, l5*-24' capacity. 
Brakes, winch. Fair market 
value--82200.383^77 _ 

37' GLASS COMBINATION 
Seadium, ^lly equlp^. Excel- 
1^ condition. $165,00^ 479-0764. 
477-5139.___ 

FIBERFORM T2W SEDAN. 188 
Merc., CB, AM, stove, sink. 
Good crulslngand fishing boat. 
$10,500.477-96^. 

WANTED: WOODEN CRUIS- 
er. 28'-30'. Prefer Troian, 
Owens, Genfell or Chris Carft. 
112-936-4976. _ 

MAYER ALUMINUM LTD. 
Custom boat builders and re- 
palrer^ 10223 MacDonald Park 
Rd. Sidney. 656-3722._ 

FACTORY REBUILT 155 OMC, 
all new except block, 30 hours on 
new leg. Installed $2800 near 
offer. 6fe-1221_ 

BOSTON WHALER, 9' DIN- 
ghy, nearly new. unsinkable, 
regular $1,795. Winter special $1 ,- 
495. Phone 658-8459 evenings. 

1978, 18' HOURSTON HARD- 
top, FWC Volvo, camper back, 
trailer, electric winch. $11,000. 
652-3703_ 

18'/J HOURSTON GLASCRAFT 
.- • - 


1969,120,4 cylinder . ... 


duW trailer. 1 


NEW 34' TRIMARAN, PRO- 
fessionally built, modern design, 
res^tor completion. Survey at 
$25,000, offers. 388-5517. _ 

12' SPRINGBOK ALUMINUM 
boaL 6 months old. Like new 
conation. $595.112-748-9651 after 
5pm. _ 

10* FIBERGLASS BOAT WITH 
oars. Takes 2 adults and small 
out^rd with ease. Excell^ 
condition. $400. 598-4302. 

32* RETIRED FISHBDAT. 
perfect for sports fishing, 

16* MARLIN KIT BOAT WITH 
excellent 2J)00 lb. trailer. Needs 
ste^nj, seats and motor. $2500. 

DjESAL FIBERGLASS BOAT 
with aft cabin, frid^, stove, 
oven, furnace. Many extras. 2'/* 
years old. $29,000.477-6551 

19W14' DOUBLE EAGLE, 55 HP 
Johnson electric, 1200 Roa^un- 
ner trailer, extras. Immaculate. 
721-3694. _ 

MUST SELL. 1975,24'REINELL 
Se^ Cruiser, many options, ex- 
cellent condition, $11,900. 
652-4281 


m natsm^iiaihiic 


MARCONI MARINE ELECT 
SImrad skipper soundervAAar- 
cwl SSB radloa-Mleco Loran C- 
JRC/JMA radars-group rates 
avail. Excellent service. Sale 
Burnside 

Rd. victoria, 386-W14._ 

*75 21* GLAS PLY EXPRESS 
CrulMMT. 4 berths, head, galley, 
dinette. 1M Marc f.w.c., tabs, 

swim grid,-" — 

and n>ore._ 

Bob Whyte Marine. 


m i.w.c., laos, 

. sounder, C.B. radio 
. Excellent. $15,900. 
Marine, 656-7^. 


'7720* DOUBLE EAGLE HARO- 
top, cuddy cabin, 4 berths, head, 
galley, dinette. 190 Volvo f.w.c., 
tabs, swim grIdLsounder. C.B., 


FISHERMAN SPECIAL 
22* ply Ca^bin cruiser. 318 
Chrysler Inbo^ FWC, dry ex¬ 
haust, rebuilt last spring. Radio 

a ulppad, good condition. $4300 
th moorage In Oak Bay Me 
rina. Moving must sell. 388-9602. 


32 GRAND BANKS, SUPER 
family Cruiser with VHF, 
sounder, dinghy and more. 
$69,500. Vendor wlli consider a 
luxury auto or Real Estate in 
trade. John Allan. Van Isle Ma- 
rlna, 656-1138. 


NEW PACIFIC 30 FIBER- 

« lass hull, extra heavy construc- 
on. $5M or bMt offw. AJso new 
25' Catamaran nsoldod fiber¬ 
glass construction, ready for 


C.B. UNITS 

B.C. SOUND 81 RADIO Ser 


10 Service 
383-4731 


F28 TROJAN 

Twin 255 Marc'son V-drIve. VHF 
and slave halier, sounder, 
fridge, etc. etc. $51,906 

Cedar Grove Marine, 656-2580 


31' L^ SALVAGE VESSEL MV 
"C^ln Point" Official #34490 
built 1971, GAA6V53, fibreglass. 
Sealed bids accepted until Feb. 
29. For further Inforniatlon call 
Starport Marine, Nanaimo, 
754-3444. 


M.V. LADY LIAN 54* STEEL 
freezer troller, fully equipc^. A 
license, seine privilege. AM gear 
and fnore. (Dpen to offers near 
appraised value. 386-0514, 
112-248-3560. 


MCKINNON MARINE RE- 
palrs & Supplies. Acme boa¬ 
tyard, 2320 Harbour Ro^ will do 
electric ntechanicai and nr>ost 
accessory Installation. Phone 
656-7355. 


MAYER ALUMINIUM LTD. 
20 'x 8 ' welded aluminum, nigged 
constructed deep V hull. For In¬ 
board or Inboard/outboard. 
10223 MacDonald Park Rd. Sid- 
ney. 656-3722. 


1976 GLASSPLY 21'/*' SEDAN, 
165 Mercrulser Inboard/Out¬ 
board, canvas, CB, depth 
sounder, tandem trailer. $ 11 ,SD 0 . 
479-5702, after 5 weekdays, an- 
ytlnf>e weekends. 


SEA EAGLE, RETIRED 
troller, 34*4", sound hull, oood 
engine. Gurdles. CB radio, 
flasher sounder, fiberglass din¬ 
ghy. Needs new cabin. $4750. 
642-3286. 


HARBOUR MACHINE LTD. 
PROP REPAIRS 
31 Erie St._383-6555 

BOAT LETTERING A SPE- 
clalty. Phone Ken Warner, 
652-2007._ 

32* A LICENSE TROLLER DIE- 
sel, VHF, sounder, new CB. $60,- 
000or best offer. 112-748-5091. 


with white exterior. After 5pm. 
382-2733 or 477-3860. 


MARINE REPAIRS 
Gas, diesel, l.O. 477-6288 days 
and evenings. 


FOR LEASE. HERRING 
skiff, license, trails and gear. 
$18,000 firm. 658-8482 


WANTED: SMALL OUT- 
board motor, older OK If runs 
well. 5950326_ 

15'/*' GLASS OVER PLY BOAT, 
part cabin, 35_to AAarc, trailer 
plus extras. $1200o.b.o. 474-1539 


COMPLETE VOLVO ENGINE, 
307, only 180 hours since brand 


BAYLINER 2850 COMMAND 
^dg^^, loaded with extras. 


38' DOUBLE ENOER, BEING 
converted to llveaboard. $9000. 
382-1518, days 479-1015. 


FOR SALE. OECCA 050 
radar. A-1 shape. Call after 
5pm.,3850628 


WANTED; 1819* BOAT WITH 
trailer In good condition, up to 
$8000 cash. 477-4561. 


8 ' FISHING PUNT, SOLID 
w^ with oars and roof rack, 
$100.383-3020. 


FOR SALE r/t HP. MERCURY 
outboard motor, good condition. 

383-4595 after 5pm. 


RADAR, FRA-iq, 20-24 MILE, 
Furuno, good working condition. 
Offers on $1500.112-2464061 


WANTED TO PURCHASE C 
and C 27. Call 112-859-6894 after 
6 pm. 


14*6*' FIBERGLASS BOAT. 15 
hp Johnson motor and trailer. 
5985016 

15' FIBERGLASS, FULL CAN- 
vas, 35 Chrysler electric, Road- 
runner trailer. 382-5912 


1972 20HP JOHNSTON ELEC- 


14*/i' SKI BOAT, TRAILER, 
motor, $1400 OBO. Phone 
592-6837 evenings. 


-T* VVOOO OR 
fibreglass boat. Ha ve 11 * camper 
and truck as part trade. 477-3039. 


BARIENT 21 WINCH, SS, $400. 
Self locking 10" Barlent winch 
handle. $65. Evenings. 656-2581. 

14 HP MARINE WISCONSIN 
with clutch, good working order. 
$350 or best offer. 652-268T 

_ 17* BAYLINER MUTINY 
70 HP Johnsdn, trails, extras, 
super clean. $6000.4781460 

*;A" licence troller, 40*, 


14* FULTON BOAT. TRAILER 
outboard. 

DIESEL, 6 HP FARYMANN, 
br^ new, still on warranty, 
last years price. 652-4215. 

SPORTS FISHERMEN 
658m!^' ****** 

80 HP. MERCRUISER EN- 
75 a“ns *100 Plione 

9.5 HP LOW PROFILE JOHN- 
son outboard, excellent condl- 
tlon. $390.652-3744. _ 

FUEL DOCK NOW OPEN AT 
Deep Cove Marina. _ 

25*X50* SCOW FOR RENT, 
lease. 4781397. _ 

FIJZWRIGHT SURVIVAL 
suit, new, large, $275.479-7324. 

’2^ VIKING 9.6 OUTBOARD, 
$250. Phone 384-8461. _ 

26* HERRING PUNT. NO LI- 
cense. $3000.382-3850. _ 

1976 20HP MERC, NEWLY RE- 
bullt,$695or 7 3885463 _ 

CANOE, EXCEL- 
lent condition. $350.4794707. 

22' K 8 C, LOADED WITH 
extras. $10,500. Phone 477-9454. 

12' BOAT, TRAILER AND 20HP 
motor. $850.592-1809. _ 

WAN^D; KICKER BRACKET 
for outboard n>otor. 383-1392 

15 HP. EVINRUDE. BOAT, 
trailer, good condition. 477-7894. 

100 FATHOMS LEAD LINE 
and cork line. Phone 3884158. 


SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 23, 1980 

tOAnmUrnUE il SAILMATS |2 


34* C LICENSE LC1NGLINER, 
VHF and CB radios, digilai 
depth sounder and new paper 
recorder, 2 skates longllne, 
sn^ and hooks, $16,500. 


THERMOGLASS BOAT WITH 
hardtop, 14W*, double bottom 
and Export trailer. Good condi¬ 
tion. Also new 20HP Johnson out¬ 
board All for $2900 or closest 
offer. 383-2008. 


Free 


Kayot 

Suo^Pontoone 

eellteratureBbi 


-_n Boats 

--e&brochyre 

P.O. Box 567 Sicamous, B.C. 
8382202 or 385-7164 

PRICED TO SELL-45* FERRO 
cement ketch, professlonallv ce- 
rnfntfd Suzie diesel, rea!^ to 

16' CAMPION DEEP—V, 
camper top. walk thru wind¬ 
shield, stem seats, 5S/Evinrude 
electric, Roadrunner, used 
20Hrs. $5975.652-4566. _ 

34.6* 7.TON A-LICENSE 
h^ler, VHF, CB, radar, auto 
pilot, 2 sounders, hydraulics. 

READY TOGO 

12* Thornes aluminum, Road¬ 
runner trailer and 9.8 AAarc. All 

1977 for $1600 or best offer. 

4788548,5987690._ 

13* VOYAGER FIBERGLASS 
boat and trailer. Tvrin 9.9 elec¬ 
tric start Johnsons. Very low 
hours, new complete canvas 
canopy. 4^84881 after 5. _ 

1978 BAYLINER 2550 SARATO- 

^cS?%lvo wife AM 

25' SANGSTER. COMMAND 
^Idge. 225 AAercrulser, heavy 
d^ lea FWC. trim tabs, dln- 
Jlhy^.^ess than 200 hours. 

50* FREEZER BOAT, 48' 
Freezer boat, 52* Ice packer, 40* 
IM padcer. Ci^tai City Boat 
Br^rs, 3887555, evenings 

23* CABIN CRUISER, 170 
Volvo Inboard outboard, CB, 
sounder, head, sleeps 4, teak fin- 
Ish, $ 12,000 or nearest offer. 
6585470._ 

15'/i' OLDER COBRA, E-Z 
load tilt trailer, motor practical- 
ly re^llt. have all bills to prove. 
$1400 or DMt offer. After 7pm., 
6587702 _ 

TWO ONLY, 160 HP., 6 CYLIN- 
der Merc, cruisers and legs. 
Reasonable condition. $900 each 
for both. 6583915 or 

1974 BAYLINER 20*. 302,1-0 RE- 
built leg, full stand-up tw, 1 yr. 
old, excellent on gas, EZ-load 
trailer, sounder. Good buy at 
$9500.4786740.__ 

2*.',.CABIN CRUISER, RE- 
bullt transmission, new shaft, 
prop, CB, sounder, dinghy, 
styr^ce box, stand up head. 

19* STUERY, HARDTOP, 
camper canvas, CB galley, 
extras, 140 AAerc I.O., Caulkins 
trailer or Sidney Berth. $8000. 
652-5534_ 

14* RUNABOUT PLYWOOD, 
full controls, trailer, 10 horse¬ 
power AAerc, runs like new. $950. 
Also. 45 horsepower Johnson. 
needs work. :^1484,479-6005. 

f«AB traps at $60 EACH. 

Hydraulic puller, 
floats, etc, $500.479-7980. 

2*..' C-LICENSED BOAT, 
^^ooed and ready to go. 

^ 16* REINELL BOWRIOER 

II SMuoin 


TNUNomamo 

L..WJ YACHT 

^ ^ wcsTPoirr mamna 

Next to Swartz Bay Ferry 
2075 Tryon Road, Sldiw, B.C 

Corinthian 30 Is Here 

FAST — ROOMY — STABLE 

80 BUCCANEER 22* 
LIST $13,896 

80 BUCCANEER 25* 
LIST $18,530 

80 BUCCANEER 29* 
LIST $46,336 

80CORINTHIAN 
LIST $47,418 

80 BUCCANEER 305 
LIST $60,239 

Trade-ins Welconrie 
USED SAILBOATS 


25'—30' Keel boat, trir. 

10,500 lb. max 
76—20' KItsllano 
75—21' Northwest, trir. 
75—21'Buccaneer 
72—25' Coronado 
72—28' Trimaran, 
needs masf 

71— 25' Hughes 
^23;Paceshlp 

78— 22' Roberts 
75—24' Swiftsure 

79— 25' Buccaneer 

72— 30*Raw$on 
75-^7* Folksman steel 

diesel 

66-60' Ketch 
42' Discovery 


$2,500 

$4995 

$7,900 

$9,449 

$13,950 

$9,995 

$8,500 

$9,700 

$11,995 

$13,900 

$19,995 

$28800 

hull 

$48,500 

$79,900 

$112,000 


CALL RON or RICH 

_656-5832_ 

WANTED — CRUISING SAIL- 
boats. V.B.M. Is having a bring 
your own boat. Boat-show In 
^11. We will advertise your 
boat, you can sell It yourself free 
of commissions, or. If we bring 
you an offer, for the duration of 
the show we will cut our com- 
mlsslonfrom ten to five percent. 
For further Information call or 

DANFORTH 

ANCHOR SPECIAL 
131b. $79.99 


SAILTREND 

1157 Newport 
502-2711 


26' FIBERGLASS CRUISING 
sloop, sleeps 6 - 8 , full stateroom, 
head, sink, drawers, closet, 
comply galley. Full canvassed 
cockpit iKlu^ plush cushions, 
t^ and c^aM rack. 25 OM<f 
main, 

Hb and1^ Genoa sails. Dinghy 
and extTM. Illness forces sale. 
Asking 1^3,81^ 2843 WIndeatt 
Avenue. 3884509 r--"— 



Ranytlnrw. 


46* F.C. STAYSAIL KETCH, 
yard jwillt hull, completely 
rigged and equipped for off¬ 
shore. Diesel engine and 2000 W 
grwrator, Avon dingy, 4 man 
ni^aff, microwave oven, VHF, 
RDF, windvane. 6 bagsor sails, 3 
anchors, 2 ancn^ winches, 2 

P?Sw2483888^**’* 

CORONADO 34, SPACIOUS, 

W3i„‘.1SS5i 

Mart, 453Head St., 3883324. 

fibreglass 

son, steeps 4, $7950.537-2214. 

C 8 . C 27. ATOMIC 4 ENGINE, 
$30,000. Victoria Boat Mart, 453 
Head St., 383-3324._ 

!^^'.9A26MKII INBOAROGAS, 
y. tiddly, $19,500. Victoria Boat 
Mart, 40 Heed St., 383-3324. 

CAL 25, EQUIPPED FOR RAC- 
Ing and cruising. 6 sails, knot 
meter, sounder, ftc. 479-7420. 

FIBERGLASS MOLD FOR 23* 

CORSAIR 18*6", 5 SAILS, 6 HP 
Johnston, $4800.3883939 _ 

12'__SAILING DINGHY AND 
trailer. 479-0158._ 

SAIL SURFER. $799. 

• 479-7747 


$45.00 

3882486 


LO R; RACER 31* EVETTS. 
the original "Big Sister". Com¬ 
plete racing inventory, exten¬ 
sive Interior reflnlsh by a profes- 
s^l sWpwrUiht. Call Naniamo 
391)^1 for detailed invent^ 
and more information. A fast 

VICTORIA 
SAILING SCHOOL 

CYA certification. Charters. 
3A-1218 Langley St. 383-4011 

SAANICH LUMBER YARDS 
PRAM DINGHY KIT $63.00 

SABOT KIT $75.00 

KAYAK (PARTLY ASSEM¬ 

BLED) 

1496 ADMIRALS ROAD_ 

CROWN 18 KEEL BOAT, 
loaded. Including2 dinghy's. Ex¬ 
cellent condition, beautiful little 
weekender. Moorage available 
if sold by month end. $4250. 
592-6164. 

SAILBOATS WANTED 
We badly need good, used, 20*-35* 
sailboats for our sales dock. Con¬ 
tact Thunderbird Yachts Sales 
at Westport Marina, 656-5832. 

SAN JUAN 24. THIS IS A 
superbly maintained well 
eouipped vessel. AskliM $16,500. 
^^^(jall 112-7384377 after 6 

O'DAY 27, IMMACULATE, 
cruising boat, Yanmar diesel 
plus other goodies. Asking $27,- 
000. Victoria Boat MaH. 453 
Head St., 383-3324. _ 

PROFESSIONAL COUPLE 
wishes to charter sailboat for 2 
weeks In July or early August. 
27*-30*, Inboard preferred. 
652-1002 any 6 pm. or weekends. 

CS 27. FULLY LOADED INC. 
diesel power and furnace, auto 
pilot, VHF. Priced firm at $35,- 
000. Victoria Boat Mart, 453 
Head St., 383-3324._ 

1978 PACESHIP 26. AS NEW, 
$26,500. On Display. GYPSY 
YACHT SALES, 2270 Harbour 
Road, Sidney, 6585591. _ 

TANZER 22. MAIN, JIB, 170% 
Genoa, spinnaker. Fully 
equipped for cruising and rac- 
Ing. Call 592-1931. _ 

40* HARTLEY FERRO-CE- 
ment professional lay up, 
complete. Meadows survey, $22,- 
000.386-1894_ 

26' T-BIRD HULL, FIBER- 
glass over plywood, asking 
$3TO. Phone Gary at 5986525 
between 89pm._ 

PACESHIP 26. COMPLETELY 
equipped for cruising, new aux¬ 
iliary, dinghy. 385^774 after 
6 pm._ 

WANTED 

Cal 830. Newport 30, Islander 30, 
CtiC 30 or equivalent. 477-3605 
evenings, 388-3M6 business. 

NORTH $VEST 21. CENTRE 
board sloop with pte top, easily 
trallered. $8500. viboria Boat 
Mart, 453 Head St., 3883324. 

It SNITMtMOK 


sSPECIALrvs 

GUNS'’‘’nri 


JUSTARRIVEDl 

One of one thousand Johnathon 
Browning commemorative 
mountain rifle 50 CAl. Cased 
with engraved powder horn; a 
must for any Browning collector 

— Winchester Legend^ Fron¬ 
tiersman rifle 38-6 CAL — Sav- 
w 99 Takedown .300 SAV CAL. 
In excellent cond. — Custom 
Hawken rifle .54 Perc. — Cased 
Fox 12 GA. double. 

New Handguns 
Smith & Wesson Mod .41 
.22 Auto-SmIth & Wesson 
AAod. 27 .357 Mag 8%'' — 
Smith & Wesson Mod .57 
In .41 Mag. 6" and 4" — 
Smith & Wesson Mod. 29 
.44 Mag. 6"' and 4** — 
Ruger old army .44 C & B 

— Berretta 950B .22 Short 

— Colt .45 ACP Combat 
Commander. 

Shooters and Hunters 
know your distance exact¬ 
ly with our new range 
finders 50-1000 Yards. 

Vancouver Island's 
Largest Selection of Guns 
576 Yates St. 383-2422 


50 Years Ahead 
FIRST IN VICTORIA 

RIFLES — Ruger mini 14 223, 


— bowhidt Rubin bayonet/sling, 
$199 — Marlin 35, $169 — win 
30/30, $149 — Rem 270 pump 4x, 
$449 — Park/Hale 7mm mag, 
1^ — Rem 8 mm mag 4x, $399— 
Whitworth 7x57 2 '/jx, $249 — 
SHOTGUNS — Franchl 12G 
auto, $229 — Mossberg 12G 
pump, $129 — Win AAod 12 12G, 
$^ — Beretta 12G o/u, $795 — 
PISTOLS — S&W 22 kit gun, 
stalniws, $299; SAW 38 staln- 
15—Colt 38 apl off/target, 
-"“"***•**' 

Bow Hunters, *79 Prices 
Vancouver Island's 
Complete Outdoor Store 


1307 Broad St. 


385-3429 




FRANK WHITTS 
SCUBA SHOP 

832Fit8#d 3884713 


SIGN UP NOW FOR: 
Open Water Diver Course 
Starting March 10 
BAMFIELD WEEKEND 
DIVE CHARTER 
March 8 th and 9th 
$85. Alt Inclusive 



In Billiard Table 
Rwirs and Recovering 
Billiard and Foosball T^t^ 
Cues—Accessories 
517 Kelvin_384-3332 

RIMPAC DIVERS Ltd 

Make new friends and have fun 
by lolning the next scuba diving 
cou^e with Rimpac Divers 
which starts March 17. Enroll at 


WANTED: LADIES SKI BOOTS 
slM 6, skis approx. 135 cm and 
poles, boot presa etc. 6584475 

MOSSBERG MODEL 146B-A. 
model 346KA 22 cal. rifles, i with 
scope. $160 for both. 382-1971. 

NEW 12 GUAGE SKB FANCY 
grade autontatlc with case, $380 
or best offer. 118758-9827. 

16 GAUGE DOUBLrBAR- 
^t^lfhlca shotgun. Phone 

LEATHER EVERLAST 

SKI BOOTS. MANS TYROL, 
1 IVa. $40. Childs Caber, 86, $ 15 ! 

478-6503. _ 

WINCHESTER A60DEL 94, 
30-30, new condition, $165. 
652-4669._ 

t^l^S ARTIC WETSUIT. EX- 
cHI^ condition. 57", 128135 
lbs. $225. Evenings 592-7012. 

MENS WET SUIT, EXCEL- 
”>■ 


SrOUTIMMIDS 


COMPLETE SCUBA OUTFIT. 
6'-6'3", 180-195lbs, 'A" nylon 
Farmer John with accessories. 
Tank, reg., etc. All other re¬ 
quired gear and extras. Replace- 
nwnt value near $1000 asking 
$^■474-1898 after 6pm. 

R. STAGG KUBA DIVING 
6 week evening course starts 
Mardi 4. AAax. T2 students. PH. 
721-3606 (1-tem). Private & 
group. 2 week day classes. 


NEW CROSS COUNTRY 
flb^glaM Epoke sklls, 200cm, 
Rottefella bindings, size 8'/> 
boots, poles, asking $160. 

479-8630 


REMMINGTON ROLLING 
block .22 octagon, take down. 
ex^Jent condition. 1350 firm. 
OM S.A.A., .357, $3S0Tlrm. Jim 
at 598-5109 


SKI BOOTS SIZE 9'/810, GOOD 
condtion. $50. Ski suit excellent 
condition, $65 or offers. 477-0347 
ask for Dave after 4pm. 


45 CALIBER HAWKINS RE- 
prodyctlon and gear, $150. Also. 
30.06 Husqvarna 4 powered 
scope, $250.479-4441 


'^'^.^NTED: farmer JANE 
wet suit. 105 lbs, 5*1 and mlscel- 
janeous diving equipment. 
386-7188 


SWIAAAAASTER MR XII REGU- 
lator with Dacor Pressure 
gyage. Excellent condition. $150. 
Evenings 592-7012 


200 CM. KNEISSL SKIIS AND 

--boots 9 M. 

.479-4319. 


poles, Lan«Tx^le''i 
New condItTon. $lS). 41 


WEIGHT LIFTING SET WITH 
benchpress. like new, $300. 
479-0079. 


LADIES NORDICA SKI BOOTS 
$lze6,1vr.old. 479-0251. 


BROWNING 12 GAUGE TRAP 
gun. Like new. $450.383-4622. 


CAMERAS* SUPPLIES 
aiM PHOTO FIMSNIIIS 


KITS Cametas 

Good used equipment 

LOWER COAAMERCE MALL 
1175 Douglas at View 

UsedKonlcaTw/case $249.88 
Used Petri rangefinder F l .9 lens 

Used Praktica SLR earner^'** 
$59.88 

Used Kodak EK6 Instant $38.88 
ALL EQUIPMENT 
GUARANTEED 

TR Y YOUR OFF ER 

MAYFAIR SHOPPING 
CENTRE 


Used Ricoh TLS camera w/case 

Used Canon M bellows $S9!95 
Used SMC Takumar 135 w/case 

Used miniature Paxette w/case 
$39.95 

Used Super 8 movie camera 
$110.95 

ALL EQUIPMENT 
GUARANTEED 

TRYYOUROFFER 

KITS Camera'i 

I photo 
jruppig 

DOWNTOWN at 
1672 Douglas 
383-7443 

SMSiEOffi 

msiiiiON 

OyMHW 

Feb.15to20onlv. 
Savings on ALL 
darkroom supplies. 

island 
colour 
labs 

615 FORT 384-2242 

Plus 8 locations to serve you. 
SAME DAY SERVICE on all C41 
films — In by 10 a.m. out by 5 
p.m. 



REPRINT SPECIAL 
TILL MAR 1. 298 EACH 
AT ALL LOCATIONS. 

Wi/iito” 

PHOTO SUPPLIES 


P.O. Box 750 
Phone 246-4741 
On Trans-Canada Highway at 
_ Chemalnus _ 

LINHOF SUPER TECHNIKA 
2 '/ 4 X 3 '/ 4 " with 105 MM F3.5 Lln- 
hof Schelder Xenar Synchro 
Compur shutter, Super Rollax 
film 2 '/ 4 X 2 %**. 4 sheet 
film holders-Leica 11 IF with 50 
MM f2 Summer-Pentex Spotma- 
tlc with 50 MM f1.4 lens and 
accessorles-Olvmpus Trip 35 
with case and flyj7- 




N^ PENTAX MV F2 50mm lens 
with case, $219.95. 

Limited quantity at this price. 

MINOLTA 35MM HI-MATIC. 
fully automatic, Rokkor : 1.27/40 
lens. As new $75. Minolta 16mm 
model P Rokkor 35/25 pocket 
size $35. Kodak Pony 35mm. 
5imm-F/4.5 Ana^. f35. All In 
excellent conditlAwIthguaran- 
tee. 477-1327. y _ 

$5.00 

F^. 11x14 color print special 
from 35nim and larger Vericolor 
II or Kodac color 11 negatives, 
wv.prints or slides $2. extra. 
Precise Color Processors Ltd. 
747 Discovery St. 3885512. 

LEICIA AUTOFOCUS ENLARG- 
er with Leica Ians, $650 OBO. 
Lejca M-3 50 and 35mm lenses. 
Lelcaflex SL with 50F/2. MIsc. 
enlarging lenses and darkroom 
accessories. 478-6435 after 5pm. 

PH(^0 SINK, STAINLESS, 

temperature controlled. Re- 
placement cOTt $4500, asking 
$1900 or best offer. 3885265 after 
5pm. 


16X28 PLATE CAMERA, RO- 
^tson nvodel 320 horizontal 

3885265 after 5^. _ 

DISPLAY YOUR PHOTOS 
On Standoff wall mounts. 11x14 
kit $3.3886170 __ 

3SMM. ASAHI PENTAX ES2, 
comply with Kako flash, ask- 
Ing $300 or best offer. 477-6275. 

•MONICA T3 AUTO REFLEX 
with SOmm. FI.4 and 28mm. 3.5, 
like new, asking $300.5984274. 

COMPLETE DARKROOM 
outfit. Omega B600 enlarger, 
n>any extras. 5987963. _ 

,NEW OMEGA B-66 XL EN- 
larger with lens, carr ers, easel, 
etc. $310.4784435. _^ 

PENTAX SPOTAMATIC CAM- 
era with all ettachmants and 
lens. 479-3362. _ 

LEICA M-3, EARLY MODEL, 
Elmar Sl)^.8. Excellent 00 ^- 
tlon. $750 firm. 3886170. _ 

NyWIYA C-3 PROFESSIONAL 
with 80mm lens and accessories, 
$275 OBO. 478-6435 after Spm. 


13 CAMERAS, SUfPUCS 
«d PHOTO FIWSMIM8 

PAILLARO-BOLEX H16 RE- 
flex movie camera. 75mm Dall- 
mever laris and 16mm Switar. 
Fine condition. Best offer. 
3836460,5i»2837. 

M STOREMdOFFICE 
FHRMITVREaiMEOINPMEIIT 

RETAIL FISH MARKET 
equipment, less than 1 year old. 
Including welkin cooler and re¬ 
frigerated display case. Please 
cad: Manager, 598-4591 for Infor¬ 
mation; 

STORE FIXTURES 

Numerous sizes used shelves, 
display stands and counters to 
clear. Phone 3883211_ 

MINOLFAFAX PHOTO COPY 
machine. Inventory control syv 
tern. Secretary chair. Pannec 
Electric Heating Co. Ltd. 1930 
BlanshardSt.3g-72S1_ 

7*HX5*WX6*DEEP "HANDY" 
3'/!** by shelvino. Panelec 

-weatlfM Co. Ltd., 1930 

L 382-725T 


EROX 914 COPIER FOR 
sle, as Is, where Is, not working 
ut wid be reconditioned or 
edfo- " * " 


ELECTRIC ADDING MA- 
chlne, like new, does basic arith- 
matlc functions, $80.382-2991 be- 
forenoon. 

NATIONAL CASH REGISTER 
wffh bookkeeping tape. $300 or 
offers. 3885321. 

OFFICE FURNITURE FOR 
sale: desk, chairs, credenzas. 
652-2393 after 6 pm. 


size with side return, $200. 
5986202_ 

WALKIN FREEZER. ZERO- 
Lock, 12*x14'x8* high, like new. 
479-1827_ 

NEW OFFICE DESKS 
_ Private. 6585^ 

DELICATESSAN EQUIPMENT 
for sale. Please call 477-6971. 

METAL OFFICE DESKS. 
GOOD CONDITION. 477-3636. 

iS HIATIHBinREPlACES 

FIREPLACE GLASS 

"Custom sizes made to order" 

MAYFAIR GLASS 

FULL SERVICE GLASS SHOP 
790 SPRUCE ST._384-8721 

SALVAGED DOMESTIC ARCO 
flame oil burner, Allanson Ignl 
tion transformer, oil burner 
motor, Honeywell controls, Dell 
9^1- oil tank, 25 gal. 
1506 w hoTwater tank. 5983M7 
after 5pm. _ 

BEACH OIL FURNACE WITH 
250 gallon tank, and all duct 
work, $200, phone 479-5519 

n MAJOR APPUAHCtS 

6 MONTHS WARRANTY 
Parts and labour, 2 yrs llmitec 
warranty on transmission. Qual¬ 
ity keeps us In business, serving 
victoria residents for 10 yrs. Ad 
appliarKes fully overhauled by 
qualified technicians. C>ood se¬ 
lection used appliance parts- 
elements, timers, etc. f^er's 
AppliarKe Repairs, N.E corner 
Trans Canada/Millstream. 
478-4712. Other appliances on 
display at Pete's Place, 786 
Goldstream. washers, dryers, 
stove, refrigerators. Only is 
mins from town. F Inancing avail 
OAC._ 

BILL'S BARGAIN BARN 
would like to annourKe the open¬ 
ing of our new APPLIANCE 
WAREHOUSE, located at 98 
West Burnside Rd., beside Capi¬ 
tal AAarket. We have a good se¬ 
lection of stoves and fridges, 
some with left-handed doors, 
washers, dryers, dishwashers, 
frwzw upright and chest. In va¬ 
riety of sizes and colours. 

30 DAY WARRANTY 
Buy, sell, trade, dicker & deliver 

384-5721 or 3885235 

6 MONTH WARRANTY 
Technician overhauled refrig¬ 
erators, washers, dryers, 
ranges, dishwashers. Phoenix 
Appliances, 2009 Fernwood, 
Tues.-Sat. i&6pm. FrI. til 9pm. 
Trade-Ins wanted. 384-0423. 

CARPENTRY TOOLS, HAND 
and power. Sunbeam electric 
lawnmower, brass firescreen, 

C ISC, furniture, blue rug 6x9, 
own rug 12x12, red rug 9x12. 
5987963. 


GE CONTESSA FRIDGE, BAY- 
crest Coming top range, $800. 
Older Kennxx-e range, Coldspot 
fridge, $240. Old McOary range 
and Westinghouse fridge, $138 
All In good working order. 
4796107. 

KITCHEN AID DISHWASHERS 
1980 nxxlels in stock. Moffat ap¬ 
pliances for less. 

KENYON SALES 

3881214 (24 hrs.) 

WE WILL SELL YOUR OLD 
appliances with the purchase of 
a new appliance on sale now at 
Butler Brothers. 1724 Douglas 
^^^across from the Bay) 


11. 


GE TALISMAN ROY ALE. SIDE 
by Side, fridge-freezer, white 
with black glass front. 2 years 
old. Owners moving. Offers. 
6588939_ 

COLDSPOT SELF DEFROST- 
Ing fridge, 14 cu.ft. Tappan wall 
ovens, and counter top stove. 

MOVING, MARCH 1, MUST 
seK AMC refrigerator. Viking 
30'lelectrlc stove. Speed Queen 
■ “^her, Kenmore dryer. 

, m DISCOUNT PRICES ON 

. Uytag appliances - Im¬ 
mediate delivery - 1724 Douglas 
^^^across from the Bay) 

HEAVY DUTY WESTING- 
house automatic washers, fully 
reconditioned, and guaranteed. 
$150.3882033,2519 ?Ouglas. 

LADY KENMORE PORTABLE 
washer and dryer. Harvest gold. 
Very good condition. $400 firm 
for set. 477-2534._ 

DELUXE KENMORE WASH- 
Wf dw. 3 years old, $550. Ad- 

HAVE PURCHASED SEARS 
Kenmore range, seilino 3 year 
old Rangette. y^lte, 110V, good 
condition. $100.477-5912_ 

ADMIRAL FRIDGE AND 
Stove, Westinghouse dishwash¬ 
er, offers on all 3 or lust 1. 
5980771._ 

HAVE PURCHASED SEARS 
Kenmore dishwasher, selling 
white built In dishwasher. Gm 
workingorder. $95.5986863 

FROST FREE FRIDGE. SELF 
clean range. Kenmore auto- 
mafic washer. 381-6207_ 

BRAND NEW WHITE WEST- 
Inghouse, $300 or offers. #8737 
Vancouver Street._ 

30" MOFFAT EPICURE 
65?^% condition. $50. 


HOOVER PORTABLE WASH- 
er/spln dryer, excellent condi- 
tlon, $100.4^-^192. 


FREEZER, 16CU.FT. ALAAOST 
new^75. Moving sale. Phone 


COMPACT OLDER FRIDGE; 
21" Stove 4 burner; 110 volt cot- 
tage stove. 479-7724. 


FOR SALE, 24" COPPERTONE 
Kenmore range, good condition, 
4789155 after^M _ 

MATCHING SET BAYCREST 

S8!lL'5i^7r.*-'****'*"•*'■ 

MICROWAVE OVENS FOR 
rent by Homark, 381-5622 _ 

STOVE AND FRIDGE. WORK- 
Ingorder. $100.6585039. _ 

MOFFAT SELF CLEANING 
ranggsiSO. 721-3375_ 

MCCLARY EASY DRYER, 
good condition, $150.652-3535. 

MOFFAT 24" ELECTRIC 
Stove, harvest gold. 382-2667. 


N MAJOR APfUAHCES 


VIKING CONTINUOUS CLEAN 
avocado range with rotisserle, 
$250.6587662. 


NEAR NEW SPEED QUEEN 
washer and dryer. Avocado. 
Asking $600 obo. 38^5. 


FROST FREE REFRIGERA- 
tgr^ood condition, $125. 


15 CUBIC FOOT GOLD MOF- 
fat 2 door fridge-freezer, nearly 
new, frort free, $400.383-2519. 


KITCHENAID DISHWASHER, 
Jgd^ndltlon, portable, white. 


EASY AUTOMATIC DRYER, 
598^78*”* condition, $180. 


ADMI RAL AVOCADO 
^2^ excellent condition. 


12 CUBIC FOOT VIKING 
freezer, excellent condition. 
$195.652-5823. 


30" WHITE STOVE FOR SALE, 
^cj^ent condition. $100. 


FRIDGE AND STOVE FOR 
sale, $225.382-5380 _ 

GAS RANGE, PROPANE, 30" 
Findlay, $150. Pho^652-2215. 

t7 FUtWrilRE 

TRADE-IN 

TIME 


S25 on your old mattress 
$25 on your box spring 
WHEN YOU 
PURCHASE A NEW 

Latex Rubber 

MATTRESSOR 
BOX SPRING 

The mattress that gives even 
support to all parts of the body, 
truly the n>ost comfortable mat¬ 
tress of all. 

MATTRESSES 

3*3" Size, each piece $199 

Regular size, each piece $249 
Queen size, each piece $289 
Kino size mattress $399 

MATTRESS 
TOPPER PADS 

ENJOY the luxurious comfort 
Thick Size Rubber Foam 
11n. 39x75 $27.25 $ 8.55 

2 In. 39x75 $52.75 $17.25 
lln. 54x75 $37.75 $11.85 
2 In. 54x75 $72.90 $23.65 
lln. 5x0 $44.65 $14.00 
2 In. 5x0 $86.50 $28.00 
lln. King $58.50 $17.75 
2 In. King $112.35 $36.40 
IMMEDIATE DELIVERY 
Open Fridays *tll 9p.m. 
EASYCREDITtwms available 

Gregg Furniture 

"The quality furniture store — 
where you can see how It's 
made" 

230000UGLASr 388-7365 


WlOAOlf 

Mfg. by Grange, deluxe 
multi-needle quilted bed¬ 
ding while they last! 39" 
twin set. Reg. $199.95. sale 
$158.88 ; 54" double set. 
Reg. $239.95. sale $188.88; 
Queen set. Reg. $269.95. 
sale $218.88. Sale hours 
everyday 10am - 6pm, 
Sun. 11am - Spm. Opw a 
revolving charge account 
with us it you need credit. 

F lcOLWOOa-LANGFORD 

urnitureland 

1610 Island Highway 
(Farmers Market) 


DO NOT COMPRO- 
MISE ON QUAL¬ 
ITY. VISIT OUR 
NEW LARGE 
SHOWROOM AT 
1633 HILLSIDE AT 
SCOTT ACROSS 
FROM THE MALL 
FOR THE FINEST 
SELECTION OF 
FURNITURE. 


f r TiUicum 
Furniture 


1633 HILLSIDE 


595 3331 


DELUXE STYLE 
3 ROOM GROUPINGS 

AS LOW AS $998. 

Living room, kitchen and Bed¬ 
room. 

180 days same as cash or easy 
bank financing on approval of 
credit. 

Qhgifocigg 

388-6264 715 Finlayton 

Open nights 'til 9p.m. 

Sat. 'tn6,Sun. 12-5 


FINAL DAYS 

Of year end clearance sale now 
on. Tremendous reductions on 
fine olde continental, English, 
early American and Canadlana 
furnishings. Good selection of 
oak 8 to 14 pee dining suites, 
parlour suites, etc. Many Items 
less than $200. We hope to have a 
n^^^ipment from England on 
the floor on Sat. Open 7 days, 
most nights, 15 mins from town, 
Petes^lace, 786 Goldstream. 
478-6000. 


ROLL TOP 

Original Wells Fargo mahogony 
rolllop, large 6' doublepedestal, 
reg. price yyould be $2500 freight 
damage price was $1595 now 
Year End Special $1195; lust an 
exanr^ of our Year End drastic 
regions. Open 7 days most 
nights, 15 min. from town. Fin. 
avail OAC. Petes Place 786 
Goldstream. 478-6000 


MAPLE CAPTAINS BED, 
complete $250; GIbbard walnut 
tea wagon $250; 4'x6'8 Grange 
Chiropractic unit and 2" roller 
ba<l frame $225; round oak dln- 
1^ table and 4 leaves $700. Mel's 
Bargains 3460 Quadra St. 
^3152. Charoex and Master- 
charge available. 


KING SIZE BED WITH HEAD- 
board $150. Phone 478-5866 after 
5pm. 


BEDROOM SUITE $350. COF- 
fee and end tables $90. AM—FM 
stereo $125.471-2217. 


WHITE^PEDESTAL KITCHEN 
taMe, 48" round. Excellent con- 
dltlon, $125.477-2333 


BROWN PATRICK PATTERN 
^lonlal sofa and chair. $325 
offers. 595-8425 


OAK^CARVER CHAIRS 


WALNUT HALL TABLE, 

SINGLE BED. BOOKCASE. 
Cheat Of dravyers, antique oak 
racllner. 598-2226 after 6. 


DINING ROOM SET, TABLE 
and 4 chairs. #8-737 Vancouver 


97 niRNITUU 


C-4 


HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS: 
loveseat wim matching otto¬ 
mans, pair Of matching chairs, 
rosevxxxf cube end tabik, rose¬ 
wood be^oom suite (Scandana- 
V an style), Italian chrome and 

5 •« kitchen suite, 4 chairs. 
15-0026._ 

EVERYTHING 16 PRICE 
Larpe 3 seat blue chesterfield 
with black fleck, new at Chrlsl 
mas. Coif over $1000, sell $500. 
Also h#o new single mattresses 
ajKi bowing with legs. Cost 
$225 each, sell $100 each. Gold 
swivel rocker. $75.478-3461. 

MISCELLANEOUS HOUSE 
hold affects; including table, 
plc^res, drapes, carpets, chests 
of drawers, chairs, drop leaf 
kitchen table with 4 chairs, oak 
desk and bookshelf. 384-2732 or 
598-2504._ 

PINECRAFT LTD. ONTARIO 
pine furniture (with Hlusfrated 
catalogues) on dispiav to order 
at Leaf Hill Galleries, 47 Bastion 
Square, Victoria. Further Infor¬ 
mation, 656420 . 


NEW BEDROOM SUITE, 
Grange mattress and box 
spring, included with double 
mirrored dresser, chest of draw¬ 
ers and headboard. $650 or best 
offer. 59SP383. 


BARGAIN. .MEOITERRAN- 
ean style bedroom suite, in¬ 
cludes double bed, headboard, 
chest of drawers, double dresser 
with mirror, box spring and mat 
tress, $500.477-5034 evenings. 


LARGE 3-PIECE LIVING 
room suite, 3-piece set of oak and 
bevelled glass tables, Swedish 
Dine table and 6 chairs, pair of 
table lamps. Individual and lot 
offers considered. 642-4046. 


SEALY HIDE-A-BED, GREEN 
and brown plaid with deluxe 
mattress. Brand new. $350, regu¬ 
lar $449. 384-6311 between 8 am-5 


BARGAIN BASEMENT SPE 
dais — 5 pee. dinette suite for 
only $98 — 3 pee. apartment size 
set for only $69. Echo Furniture, 
704 View St , 384-2214. 


CHESTERFIELD AND CHAIR, 
coffee and end tables. Shelving 
with decorative .brick. Chest of 
drawers, chest of drawer with 
mirror. 382-3127 


CHESTERFIELD. BROWN 
and white, 4 years old, can be 
made Into sectional. Offers. 
5954850. 


COUCH AND CHAIR, KIT 
Chen table and chairs, queen size 
bed, 20" color TV, dresser and 
stereo. 388-7894. 


DINETTE SUITE, WROUGHT 
iron, table and 6 chairs, 2 swivel, 
good condition, $225. Tvyo shelf 
units. 478-4506. 


SINGLE BED, CUSTOM 
made, excellent condition, 
boxspring, shepherds casters, 
$125comi^ete. 598-2936. 


EXCELLENT QUALITY 
chrome set in very good condi¬ 
tion, brovm with brass trim, $50 
or best offer, 478-7574._ 

SPANISH STYLE BEDROOM 
suite, $900. 7 piece dining room 
suite, arborlte top with wood 
legs. $550. 383-6777, 383-5341. 


SECTIONAL CHESTERFIELD 
with corner cabinet. Excellent 
condition. Cost $1600, '6 price 
obo. 478-2897. 


DOUBLE BED ON RUNNERS, 
Sealy mattress, excellent condi- 
tlon. $1^25. Padded red crushed 
velvet headboard, $35.383-5305 


COLONIAL CHESTERFIELD 
and chair, good condition, $300 or 
offers; occasional rocker.. 
477-1253. 


white four drawer 

chest, dresser with mirror, sin¬ 
gle bed, mattress and boxspring. 
Offers. 656-2900._ 

MODERN chesterfield 
and chair, hirquoise and gold 
tweed, foam cushions. $250. 
656-2509. 


QUALITY 7 PIECE FRENCH 
Provincial bedroom suite, $2500. 
8 piece Vilas maple dining set, 
$1500.388-9468. 


VERY RELAXING, FREE- 
form body furniture. Made of 
quality upholsterv and stuffing. 
Couch and chair $300.479-8707. 

MODERN 4-PIECE BEDROOM 
suite, includes mirror, excellent 
condition, $450. 4-plece pine cof- 
fee table set, $250.384-1362. 


RATTAN CHAIR, EXCEL- 
lent condition, $120; wicker 
screen. $70. 3866070, 1913 Duch 
ess Street 


ORIENTAL CARPETS. NO- 
madic kilims and wall hangings. 
598-9495. 


CUSTOM BEDS, CAPTAINS, 
$160, mates, $140, mates bunks, 
$180.479-7400._ 

DOUBLE BED. BOXSPRING 
and mattress $150 or best offer. 

385-0798. 


ONE YEAR OLD QUEEN SIZE 
waterbed, excellent condition, 
$350.385-9549 after 5._ 

BROWN VELVET COUCH AND 
Chair, deluxe chrome set. both 6 
months old. 381-g324._ 

I BUILD INDIVIDUALLY DE- 
s^^^solid wood furniture. 


SIMMONS QUEEN SIZE HIDE 
«^ed^$325, good condition. 

2 PIECE BROWN DAVEN- 
port chesterfield, $150. In good 
condition. 478-5681._ 

VILAS COLONIAL CHESTER 
field suite, 3 years old, excellent 
condition. 727-2003._ 

MAHOGANY FOLD OVER 
card table; walnut side chair, 
excellent condition. 592-7064. 

KING SIZE HEADBOARD AND 
bed, $225.. 384-3569 between 
12-3pm._ 

QUEENSIZE WATERBED, 
padded sides, no heater, good 
condition. $125.478-8652_ 

2 TWIN BEDS, MATTRESS, 

OAK DESK, TWO OLO FASH- 
Ion drawers, hide-abed, chair. 
384-4323 _ 

COLONIAL CHESTERFIELD 

DINING ROOM TABLE. 4 
chairs, buffet, hutch, $375. Ex- 
cell<^condition. 383-9565. 

SINGLE WATERBED. NO 
heater, cKxxl condition, $175, 
offers. 592-1998.__ 

KING SIZE WATERBED COM- 
plete with heater, 3 months old, 
$500.477-5117._ 

APARTMENT FURNITURE, 3 
fnonthsold. # 103-620 Toronto St. 
384-1779.__ 

ROUNDOAKTABLES 
_652-4740_ 

MOVING. ALL HOUSEHOLD 
furnishings for sale. 382-0906. 

DOUBLE BED. WOOD 
frame, new mattress. 479-2322. 

SINGLE BED LIKE NEW $55 
or best offer. 383-4255 after 6pm 

BLACK VINYL RECLINER 
chair, $80. 598-1259 


MOVING, MUST SELL. CHES- 
terflfld and chair. 386-2385. 

COUCH AND CHAIR, $80. 
Phone479-2221.__ 

ONE BEDROOM SUITE. BSiW 
tv, offers open. Phone479-5965. 

^CLINER CHAIR. $100. 
382-7378 or 381-0627. _ 

SOFA AND CHAIR, $50. 
658-8172. 

MAHOGANY DINING TABLE 
and6chatrs. $1000.598-5648. 


N TV. STEREO, RAMO 
SALES and SERVICE 

DM,118, $139. DUAL 1237 WITH 
cartridge, $145. Design accous- 
♦•c spiers. D6, pair $499. All 
virtually new. 385-7868. _ 

PIONEER TUNER. YAMAHA 
anfH>, makers and headphones, 
Sony turntable, worth $1400, sell 
for $900.381-6482. 


























































































































































































































































































































































































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N TV.$T[ll£0,IUi)N 

iimmttamii 

Open'til 9 Nightly! 

385-5555 

STEREOS - COLOR T.V'S 

Technics-Panasonic 

(FULL SERVICE 
WARRANTY) 

—5 vrs. parts & labor on most 
new sound equipment I 
—Loaner suited during ser¬ 
vice. 

—Full credit upgrading )st vr. 
—No down payment (OAC) 

—1 n store bank financing 
—Yes, we take trades 
CHARGEX— 
MASTERCHARGE 

Used Stereo Equipment 

PRICEDTOCLEAR 

NAD 3020 Amp (new). S199 

Realistic equalizer.... S79 

Pioneer sxasorec. $)99 

Akal GXC 7040 cass. deck S229 

Ampex ASR lOOrec. S89 

Akal AD 103C turntable.. S99 

SansuiG3S00rec. S249 

Yamaha O-OR turntable... S17V 
Llovds turntable... $69 

Dual 1215 turntable $69 

Quad303ix>weramo. . . $229 

Leek300(rspeakers.. pr.$199 
T echnics ^ 4500 speakers 

pr.$299 

Challenger ISspeakers pr.$299 
Zenith AM-F M cassettes $39 
Audio Reflex turntable Vfi 
Technic RS 630 cass. deck $249 

Color TV Specials 

New Panasonic 20" colour TVs 
Special U99, No Down Pavn>ent, 
$24 monthly (OAC) 

Open 10-9 Oailv lO^PM Sat 


INDEPENDENT 



iWais Jfurniturf 
& iUppliaiurs 


1821 COOK 

RENTCOLORTV'S trom S20 


385-2435 


DEMO SALE 

Toshiba semi-automatic direct 
drive turntable. $209.95. Toshiba 
fully auto version of above, 
$229.95. Also Toshiba's best 
direct drive fully auto table with 
digital readout, only $349.95. 


CAV 


764-A YATES (IN THE MALL) 


SONY FRONT LOAD CAS- 
sette deck, LED level meters. 
Servo controlled motor, wow and 
flutter. Less than 0.05%. 
Memory counter. Suggested list 
price $459.95. Our price only 
$390. 

Metro E lectronics 
1719 Quadra _386^)512 


WANT TO TRADE UP? MY YA 
maha CR820for a small receiver 
and cash difference. Sony cas¬ 
sette deck, $300. Sony auto direct 
drive turntable, $200. Unused 
Marsland 10" woofers and un¬ 
used Pioneer TS165 car speak 
ers. both $60 pair. 478-9472 early 
nxxnings. 


Car Stereo Special 

7-key stereo equallzer/boostcr, 
30 watts per channel, 2 VU 
meters. $119.95. Still available— 
boosters $29.95. 

B.C SOUND & RADIO Service 
931 FORT 383-4731 


26" CONSOLE COLOR TV, 
working, as is, $25 40 channel 
CB, of)e hander (hidden unit) all 
controls and led readout on mike 
with trunk extension, $99. Turn¬ 
er -9 3 power desk mike, $4l 
SWR. power, modulation meter, 
$30 47^1124 


110 . 


$ 10 . service call anywhere in 
Victoria. Call Homark, 381 5622 


MAGNOVOX 

FOR NEW & USED COLOUR 
TV'S sales & service, 
ELECTRON TV SALES & SER 
VICE, 100 Burnside Rd. W. 
383-5432 


USED ELECTROHOME 3-WAY 
combination, 25" color TV, 
AM/FM radio and turntable. A -1 
condition, $249.95.6 months war¬ 
ranty. 

ATLAS STE REO AND TV 
763 Fort St_385-2712 


SACRIFICE. REGA PLANAR II 
with Grace 707B, DB preamp 
with seperate power supply. 
Quad 303 power amp. Kef trans¬ 
mission lines. 10 months old. 
$2400 invested. Appreciating 
fast. $1675. After 7pm 652-1682 


USEDT.V.'S 

For sale from $49.95. Come In 
and make an offer. 

Call HOMARK, 27 West Burn- 
slde, 381-5622,9am-9pm 


GOOD STARTER SET. COM- 
ponent am/fm stereo recelv- 
er/amp. Separate Sanyo cas¬ 
sette deck. 2 speakers. $165. 
656-4738. 


7 PIECE STEREO SYSTEM IN 
black, tuner, amplifier, cas¬ 
sette, turntable, 2 speakers, nice 
stereo stand, nearly new, quality 
sound, $1500.658-1057. 


JVC RECEIVER AND TURN- 
table with Realistic bookshelf 
speakers, $300. Also Akal 
GXC-460 reel to reel tape deck, 
$200.479-1312 after 5:30. 


BASE STATION CB RADIO, 69 
channel with upper and lower 
bands, 1 , Vi wave antenna with 
100' RG 8 /U cable. Brand new 
complete, $275.656-7518 


GOOD USED COLOR TV - 
]^jlCP console 25" $249 Zenith 
M'* $249, at Butler Brother, 1724 
Oou|)|^s^t. (across from the 


HARMON KARDON RABCO 
ST-7 turntable with cartridM, 
excellent condition. New $900, 
sell $400 or best offer. 656-4774. 


TECHNICS SEMI-AUTOMATIC 
quartz direct drive turntable, 
won at hockey ganoe, value $400, 
best offer. After 6 pm, 474-2030. 


AKAI STEREO SYSTEM, RE- 
celver, auto return turntable, 4 
Proiinear Stage 60 speakers. 
383-8056 


MAGNAPLANER ID, AUDIO 
research D100, audio research 
SP5, Linn Sondek. Will sell 
separately. 382-8015. 


STEREO RECEIVER, TURN- 
table, equalizer, four speakers, 
$500. 382-1371 anytime after 
1 pm. 


25" COLOR TV CONSOLE, EX 
cellent working order, $ 200 , 
o^ers. Will trade for canoe. 
478-8066 after 5pm., John. 


26 " COLOR TV CONSOLE, 
perfect condition, $250. 592-6034 
after 5:30pm. Weekends nwn- 
Ingsonly. 


SANSUI STEREO INCLUDES 
arnp, tuner, Akal turntable, 
pair of SMakers. Asking $1500. 
Contact A.B Shantigny 1^2296. 


PIONEER PL12-P TURN- 
table. Craig 5501 reftiver. Ya¬ 
maha NS220 makers. Excel- 
lent. $450.598-8393 


JBL L-26 SPEAKERS, PER- 
fect condition. $300 pair; Sansui 
AUWOO amp, 75 wam/channel, 
TU 7900 tuner $550 pair. 656-5705. 


ERA GRACE 707. GRACE 
Verlon cable, $400.479-6805. 


26" GE COLOUR TV. 8 YEARS 
old, $150.384^110 after 5. 


complete stereo SYS- 
TEM. 652:9938 AFTER 4PM. 


SYSTEM, 


COLOR TV, 
$200.381-0518 evenings. 


M TV. STEREO, RADIO 
SAUSmd SERVICE 

.$45 BLACK AND WHITE, $150 
color. Good condition with no 
risk guarantee. 383-8774 or 
382-123U _ 

SANSUI R-50 AM-FM STEREO 
receiver. As new. Asking $300. 
479-4829._. 

REPOSSESSED ADMIRAL 
color tv and Magnovox console 
stereo. Call 385-87^._ 

26 " PANASONIC. 2 YEARS 
old, excellent condition, $600, 
385^9097 _ 

RCA 20" COLOR TV. 10 
months old, 3 year warranty, 
offers. 385-1728 _ 

HP-188 SONY COMPONENT 
stereo system, $200 . 656-3758 
after 6 pm._ 

FLEETWOOD CONSOLE 
stereo, excellent condition. $125. 
595-7678._ 

GENERAL ELECTRIC 18" 
black and white portable TV, 
with rolting stand. $60.595-7678. 

AUTOMATIC TELEPHONING 
answering machine. VOX 70. As 
new, $325.3864)514_ 

HITACHI COLOUR \7lDEO 
camera Acloc new portable. 
offers, nights 595-6148._ 

ADMIRAL PORTABLE CO- 
foyr TV. 19", good condition. 
388-9384_ 

VIKING AM/FM AMPLIFIER. 

YAESU FT101B TRANSCEIV- 
er. AM, SSB and CW. Offers. 
388-6275 pager » 2792 

SANSUI AU-317 AMPLIFIER, 
$3M. TU-217 tuner $250. Will sell 
pair for $500.383-1483. 

19 6R0CERIES,MEAT 
and PRODUCE 


PAMFIAIS 


Carey Rdat Baker 

NOW REOPENED! 
SPECIAL 

Carrots, 10 lbs 994. Also featur¬ 
ing potato^ and variety of vege¬ 
tables, fruits and spring flowers. 

SATANDSUN 
10am-5pm. 

A-1 OR 2 SIDES OF BEEF $1.49 
pound. Pork 92 cents pound, cut, 
wrapped and frozen 10 cents 
extra. Old Country Meats 
479-8911. _ 

FROZEN LOGAN BERRIES 
for sale, 5 pound containers. 
Phone 652-2046. _ 

BLOCK-READY BEEF 
Box Beef (no waste). Informa- 
tlon: 478-3374. 


EGGS. FRESH RANGE. SPE- 
cial on mediums, $1.15 a dozen. 
652-3501. 


ALBERTAGRAIN FEDBEEF 
Pork, veal, lamb. Information: 
381-6621. 


JERUSALEM ARTICHOKES. 
592-7764 


100 


MISCELLANEOUS 
FOR SALE 




lh« 

Butcher 

tv 

Block 

SIkop 


4011 QUADRA 479-5921 
Finest quality & selection 
of kitchen tables & au- 
thentic Brentwood chairs. 



WETAKE TRADES 
1810 STORE 385-8781 

DIAMOND MENS OR LADIES 
ring, brilliant cut diamond, ap¬ 
praised at $1350, less than '/j 
price at $650, gold ring with 
opal and sapphires, appraised 
$150, selling $70. wid charm 
bracelet with iade Buddha, ap¬ 
praised $350, seliing $165; rare 
find, 18 carat rose gold watch on 

p^!sed"‘??7??’sSfng*hff 

478-2313 or 478-5449. _ 

ORNATE DOUBLE BRASS 
and iron bed frame, custom quilt 
and skirt and shams, forest 
green, mini print, $550. Single 
brass bed franr>e, custom skirt 
and patchwork comforter, $150. 
Bambo roll up blinds 2—6' and 
2 3', $30. Battery wall clock. $10 
9x12 carpet, cream with brown 
and gold boarder, $95. White 
wicker loveseat, forest green, 
mini print cushion, $150.386-8387 


E4TON’S 

MOREHOUSE 

STORE 

749 View St. 


OLD OAK OFFICE DESK. $325; 
4-drawer letter-size filing cabi¬ 
nets, as new, $125; old style 5 - 
plece walnut bedroom suite, 
$495; solid oak hall table with 
^awer, $135; 1930's walnut 
dresser with mirror, $125. 

STEPTOE8.SON 

434 Kingston_383-1689 

4X8 BRUNSWICK POOL 
table. V. Inch slate, $1300. Men's 
Apollo 10-speed, $85. Recllner 
chair, $75. 100 pound weight set 
and bench, $45. Oak wardrobe, 
bevel glass door, $200. Older lo¬ 
veseat. $40. 3 bar chairs, $100. 
Gerrard turntable, 8 -track unit 
gwakers, $150. Evenings, 


for those annoying 
hernias. 

Victoria Press Box 885 

ANTIQUES. COLLECTIBLES, 
used modern furniture, appli¬ 
ances, reconditioned bIcvciM, 
lawnnwwers, stereos, tapes, 
tools, tires, china, baby Items, 
nunmous miscellaneous Items. 
Bills Bargain Barn. Craigflower 
& Tllllcum, 384-5235 Tuesday- 
Sunday._ 

DESIGNER 8 ' LONG CHES- 
tef^eld In bronze/brown velvet 
wl^ matching arm chair. $560. 
Oak octagonaldlning t^ with 2 
eavw on ornamental wrought 
Iron base, $250. Very old antl- 
STiPiC.', decoratlye. 
$50^ 385^1, or evenings and 
weekends 598-4260._ 

6 MONTH MEMBERSHIP 
OFFER at TOOLS N‘ SPACE. 
Unlimited hours too! We suppiv 
all woodworking tools and equip¬ 
ment. You build great protects 
at trentendews savings. Novices 
welcome. Spaces are limited. 
Call or visit t^y! 383-9600 after 
10am. 338 Catherine St. 

ONE SET OF NEW PLANS FOR 
Bruce-Roberts designed 25' sail¬ 
boat. Practical family cruising 
design, $225; Taymore a-man In- 
flatwle raft, used only twice, 
SllOo.b 0.3^8460, 598-2837. 


too 


MISCELUNEOUS 

FORSAU 


SIMMONS BEAUTY REST 
Ba^ Care ill 3^' bed. complete 
with rug roller frame and Colo¬ 
nial maple headboard, $379.95; 
Slmnvjns bed complete unit with 
extra long mattress and box 
wing, $m.9S; Contemporary 
loveseat, brown button tufted 
vinyl with plaid nylon cushions, 
$239.95; French Proyinciai occa¬ 
sional arm chair. Fruitwood 
carved frame with Coll seating, 
beige nylon tapestry, $249.95; 
newly recovered sling chair. 
Pheasant patten, $149.95; Chl- 
n^ carved step end table with 
dywer and plate glass, $198; 
white ar^ gold vanity dresser 
with s^l, $175; pair of white and 
gold night tables, $35; white and 
gold older style poster bed with 
new 39" mattress and founda¬ 
tion. $150; Queen size mattress 
Wing, $159.95; Colonial 
patchwork swivel rocker, 
$128.88; Contemporary style 
sofa and chair, $99.^; Apart¬ 
ment size table ar^ 2 deluxe 
chairs, $99.95; semi M back 2 
piece chesterfield suite, $149.95; 
Kelylnator 30" range, $69.95; 
Traditional style large 4 seater 
loose cushion style sofa and arm 
c^lr, pood quality suite, 
$2W.95, triple dresser with twin 
mirrors. $228 . 5 drawer chest 
$118; brand new 26" colour TV's, 
chMrlng, $569.95; deluxe model 
with easy bank financing. 

QhglfoclgrJ 

386-6264 715 Finlay ton 

Open nights 'til 9 p.m. 

Sat, 'tna. Sun. 12-5 





Over 30 Years 
Your 

AUCTIONEERS 

and 

APPRAISERS 
in Victoria 
384-6441 


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Sizes 2'x12' to 100'x12'. Largest 
stock and best prices on Vancou¬ 
ver Island. We cut our roll ends. 
Fuzzy Wuzzy Rugs, Craigflower 
and Skinner, Victoria West, 
382-6142 and In Beban Plaza. 
Nanaimo, 758-9413. 

For Sale 

By Public Auction 
Tuesday, 7p.m. 

4 Oak and Mahog. 

Cased Display 
Cabin^s 

Near New 

NEC "Authimtic Series" 
Stereo Tuner. Amplifier, turn¬ 
table and speakers. 

Near new two Sansui receivers. 

Hammond Double 
Keyboard Elec Organ 


MJNPS 

NEW AND USED 

<-Pce. ^sterfleld suites $679 
and $1098 ; 2-pc. chesterfield 
suites $269 to $779; swivel rock¬ 
ers $179 and $189, love seats $149 
ar^ $169; wooden rocking chairs 
$69 to $119; 3-pc. coffee table sets 
$42.95; S^ic. kitchen sets $59 to 
$149; 3-pc. kitchen sets $39.95 to 
$129, complete bedroom suites 
$ 2 ^ to^W; chests of drawers 
$59 to $299; dressers $69 to $329, 
cedar chest $199; single beds 

to $95; students desks $74.95 to 
$169; 9x12 rugs $59 to $199; va¬ 
cuum cleaners ^.95 to $79; fire 
Kreens $22.95 to $49. Use your 
Chargex or Master Charge. 

Pandora Furniture 

1050 PANDORA 383-6319 


iHTERNAT IONal 

‘knives' 


THE ultimate 

^S»'g8s^WA•c^^^ 

—Uses only water ; 

—Never wears out ; 

—Three sizes, two grits. 

Come in and $ee this 
revolutionarav concept today! 

574 Yates 383-2422 

(Across from the Post Office) 


^appliances 

6 months warranty parts and 
labour, 2 yrs limited warranty on 
transmissions. (See our ad 
und^ Malor Appliances). 
Matched Inglis Liberator wash¬ 
er and dryer with water level 
^trol. etc Newer model deluxe 
Sp^ Queen washer, large se- 
lectlcw of dryers, 30" range, 
frost-free fridge, harvest gold 
GE auto washer. It It Isn't on the 
floor, we will probably have It at 
the Repair Shop. Only 15 mins 
from town. Open 7 days, most 
nights. Pete's Place, 786 (kXcF 
stream. Now having Its year end 
slae on Lowe Furnishings. 
478-6000. _ 

Vacuum Cleaners 

Nearly new and reconditioned 
from M5.p0 guaranteed. Current 
al^ys available: Corn- 
pad, Electrolux. Filter Queen. 
Kirby, Hoover, SearvKenmore. 
EurAa, Lewyt, G.E. etc. Power 
nozzim adapted to any machine. 
Repairs every brand. Trades 
^a)me. Top of line BullHns - 

MlstV Sweeper, 901 Esquimalt 
Road (at Head), Colwood Cor¬ 
ners Mall next to Highway Su- 
permarket. 386-3717,474-1011. 

POLYETHYLENE FILM — 
available In clear or black In full 
rolls or handy terp sizes - suit¬ 
able for vapor barrier or protec¬ 
tive coverings for woodpiles, 
the plastic 

SHOP, 2105 Douglas St. 386-1477. 


'/ 2 -PRICE GOLD and Silver 
lewell^salei Watches 
40% off! PETER LAX, 
GOLDSMITH, 230 Menzies. 
Don't miss It! 


ELECTROLUX VACUUM AND 
power head, utility trailer, boat 
and trailer, cash register, fridge 
and stove, wood fable, wood 
stove, queen size bed, double 
bed. single bed, color TV. 
479-3231 or 479-2523_ 

30 GALLON ELECTRIC HOT 
water tank, Oil space beater 
c/w day tank/$40. 4x2' and 3x4' 
older model aluminum windows, 
$3qeech. 3-wav portable cooler, 
with propane bottle, $ 120 . 11 x 12 
blue carpet. 477-8913. 


100 MISCELUNEOUS 
FORSAU 


SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 

100^ MISCELLANEOUS 
FORSAU 


CEILING 
LIGHT PANELS 

styrene plastic sheets, 2'x4'. for 
flush cefllng lights. We have a 
variety of patterns In stock. 


428 E. Burnside 
386-1811_386-7814 

FOR SALE BY SEALED TEND- 
er, one 1965 Alio tent trailer, one 
1972 GMC Van, one 1974 Duster, 
1969 Mazda statlonwagon, 1974 
golf cart, electric armchair, 
man's suede lacket, TV, Sears 
compressor, assorted bicycles. 
All Items are damaged in some 
way. Items r^v be viewed Mon- 


compri 
All Iter 

way. Items niav be viewed Mon¬ 
day throughTri^dav. 8:30am to 
4: pm at I^C Salvage Depot. 979 
Omford. 478-0133. Closing date 
February 25th at 1: pm. Rules set 
out on tender sheets apply to all 
sales. 

DEMO SALE 

Douglas and Saanich Rd. Con¬ 
crete block, antique double 
doors, stair railing, lumber all 
sizes, hot water radiators, ga¬ 
rage door, misc. See Man on site 

9- 5. 

SEABREEZE 

WATERBEDS 

"A Bed For Every Budget" 

478^928 652-1317 

Monday Thru Saturday 

HOMELITE 

CHAINSAWS 

SALES—PARTS —SERVICE 
RENTALS 

GIBSON POWERCRAFT 
NOW AT 730 HILLSIDE 
_382-8291_ 

DOUBLE SIZED CAMPER 
foam $15 each, green bathtub 
$25, vacuum cleaner $20. 1 red 
ruo apQ. 10x10 $30, 1 green veri 
gated rug app. 9x10 $20, brass 
fireplace screen $20, wrought 
Iron light fixtures $10 and $15. 
479-8024._ 

TWO CITATION KITCHEN 
cabinets 36x22, doors each side, 
as new. Heat—A-Vent ^throom 
ceiling fan. Glass door fire 
screen. Thermo—pane glass 
70"x34''. Blue floral drapes to 
cover I2'x84''. lined, custom 
made. 656^7587. _ 

MOVING. MAPLE CAPTAINS 
b4^, matching desk and dresser, 
$400.25cu.ft. freezer, $200. Older 
desk, $100. % bed and low 6* 
drawer dresser, $125. Chester¬ 
field and chair, $100. Other mis¬ 
cellaneous. Between 3:3(>6pm, 
384-0040._ 

SEWING MACHINE. WOOD 
highchair, pole cabinet, desk, 4- 
drawer dresser, ironing board, 
comer countertop, old dressing 
table, typewriter, small oil heat¬ 
er, room dividing cupboard, sin¬ 
gle bed, bathroom sink, n^'s 

10- speed bike. 595^5498_ 

4 PC. VANITY BEDROOM 
suite $150; oak music cabinet 
$100, PrlntvM 1912 Oliver type¬ 
writer $50; (}uem size unit $2w; 
3'3 unit $39.50. Mel's Bargains, 
3460 Quadra St. 384-3152. Char- 
gex and Mastercharge avail 
able._ 

STIHL Chainsaws 

SALES —PARTS —SERVICE, 
RENTALS 

GIBSON POWERCRAFT 
NOW AT 730 HILLSIDE 
382-8291 

VACUUMS 

Electrolux. Compact, Fllter- 
qu^. Hoover and others. Re- 
^^ilt with warrenty. Starting 

All Victoria Vacuums 595-2622 

INCINERATOR BARRELS. 
$7.50 delivered. Screens, covers, 
extra Old barrels removed, 
extra charge. Alsoclean barrels. 
$10. Prompt delivery. 479-4067. 
Let phone ring._ 

!!^yT^K1000 CAMERA AND 
flash, $200 or offers; Karllenner 
35mm. lens; Double b^ $25, 
rust plaid couch and chair $150, 
set of chrome lanH>s $60; Sanyo 
cassette recorder $30.598-1536. 

bi^<:k naugahyde ches- 

tertield and chair, $125. Amber 
glass end table lamps, $40 pair. 

washer spin/dryer. 
$W. Childs wooden rocker, $10. 

477- 8787 _ 

BEDROOM SUITE, NO MAT- 
tress. Electrolux, skill saw, iig- 
S6W' •/»" drill, Pneaumatic 
whedbarrow, gun cabinet. Stlhl* 
chain saw, other articles. 
592-1574 _ 

DOUBLE BED. CONTINEN- 
tal style, dark wood head board 
and foot board with steel fran>e. 
Sears box spring and mattress, 
$150 or offers. Flrmlaceheatlla- 
tor, used 5 times, 5. 382-2908 

SAVE, UP TO 50% ON YOUR 
new kitchen, reface your exist¬ 
ing c^nets with natural wood, 
incly^ n^ doors and drawer 
fronts. 656-2905. _ 

WOODEN BI-FOLD DOORS 
and hardware. 2 pair, 13'4"x6'. 1 
palr,7'6"x6'. Fiberglass wooden 
Op*" offers. 
656-2810 _ 

DEMOLITION MATERIAL, 
pays. to4's. 2x6's, 2x8's. 2x10's, 
2xl2's, 1x8 shli^ap, large beams, 
plywood. Incinerator barrels, 
mIsc. 1081 Dunford. 474-1096 

THE BEST IN GOOD USED 
r^ds ai^ tapes. Dlsc-o-flle. 
MO Marlgold,^^ including Sun¬ 
day, Friday till 9pm, 4:^5413. 
Buy and Trade, too._ 

RECORDS PLUS. VICTORIA'S 
latest n^ and used record store, 
many Imports. 102 Maynard 
Court, 764 Yates St. Hours 
10-5pm. 385-5822._ 

9X9 <:arpet, daven and 

matting chair, 2 Kroehler 
overstuffed chairs, 4-15" tires 
and tu^ and aluminum awn- 
Ings. 384-4253_ 

SAVE $600 

Beautiful 3 diamond engage¬ 
ment ring with matching 14kt 

ELNA SEWING MACHINE, 
^row s^lng machine, brass 
^an cpffee table, 5 light chan¬ 
dler, 15" rlm-Plymouth, hwo 
12" tlres-%'' shaft. 6M-1387. 

G-70X15 TIRE ON CHROME 
reverse^ 6 hole rim. $35. Fully 
charge Motor craft battery, $15. 
Two 12" Coral speakers, 60 
watts. $30 each. 381-1218_ 

WASHING MACHINE. WEST- 
Inghow f^w duty, good condl- 
tlon» 8120.30 gallon ms hot water 
tank. $30. Polarold5^ Shoot- 
er camera. $10.383-900^_ 

FLORAL GREEN AND RED 
(mut«l) chesterfield with chair, 
4 seater. Spanish style. $300. 
Chinese Junk picture, $10. 

3 PCE. BEDROOM SUITE, 
forestjxeen, tops need reflnlsh- 
Ing, $230; am/fm turntable with 
speakers $4^; size 9 blue suede 
lacket $45. Offers? 382-6785 

UNDERWOOD CALCULA- 
^s,prlnt-out and dismay, intro- 

dra, 383-5700._ 

MOVING OUT SALE. WA- 
terbed, $150. Firescreen and 
topis, $30. Cale doors. $25. Elec- 
——-^ater, $30. Odds 

10 CFM PORTABLE SINGLE 
Phase cornpressor. as new, $650. 
430 <x Sadis snow mdille or 
motor. 40Tip, new, $500. 

SINGLE DOOR REACH IN,4' 
5' high. Metal 
box, 2 door Reach In. 4'10x5'10, 
32" deep, good back up unit, 6x8 
walk In cooler. 478-5937_ 

DAFFODIL YELLOW ARM 
Chair ai^ fort stool, perfect con- 
dition. $85. Sliver plated tea ser- 
vlce, $85.384-6066 after 5 pm. 

FOR SALE. WOOD MOIJLD- 
ing, 104per foot. Wanted: alumi¬ 
num extension ladder, 16-32'. 

478- 3798._ 

GENERATOR, 3500 WATT, 
120-240 volt, MS engine, $800. 
642-5084. 


trie basebMrd 
and ends. 479-r 


ROCKIk^CHAIR. $65. COUCH, 
chair, coffee table and 2 end 
tables, $ 2 » set. lO-speed, $50. 
New Kodak Teil-lnstamatic 
camera, $30.382-5823._ 

MU!^ Siy^L, MOVING. BEIGE 
cpu<J$l2q. bookcase $15. dou¬ 
ble bed $30 complete, mlscel- 
Itwns open to offers. 
386^920evenlnos after 6:30pm. 

family GARAGE SALE. SAT- 
10am-4pm. 
Drive, Sidney, 
sporting goods. 
clothing all sizes._ 

STAINI^SS STEEL DOUBLE 
sink \rtth taps, chemical p^— 
o-potti, car seat, small tricycle, 
^?**L®*^*'.-*°^f***'' baqkpack, 
window sashes. 477-0034.^ 

INDIANS SWEATERS, $30OFF 
^ regular price till March 1st. 
Sasquatch Trading Ltd. 1233 
Government St. 38^33._ 

INDIANS SWEATERS, $30OFF 
ttw regular price till March 1st. 
^g Foot Trading, i mile south of 
(3uncan. 112-748-1153._ 

INDIANS SWEATERS, $30OFF 
theregular price till March 1st. 
Sl^y Art. 2505 Beacon Ave. 


FI BE RGLASS CANOP Y TO FIT 
Import truck with standard size 
box. Excellent condition. $450. 


♦♦v* WVVIIIW9 8l\»vm Wivl 1 / #91* # 

^VMnl^num windows $50. 

EXTRA LONG MARBLE SINK 
and vanity, yellow sink, pink 
sink. Couch and chair $15. 24 " 
stove $40. Sanyo tape deck $40. 

478- 0495_ 

LARGE DRESSER WITH MIR- 
ror. hlde-a-beo, copper fire¬ 
screen, footstool, drapes, lug- 
JNJoe^and miscellaneous. 

CHAINSAWS 

Alt Becker and Son Ltd. 

298) Tllllcum 384-6414 

WATERBEDS 

Plans and Accessories. 

Day or night, 478-7345. 

SHELVING 

_ Matthews Agencies 

922 Meares_388^123 

ELECTROLUX VACUUM 
cleanrt and carpet shampooer 
complete with all attachments. 
Good condition. 656-5976._ 

2 CAPTAINS BEDS WITH MAT- 
tres^ and castors. Asking $100 
bwt offer. Also fridge, 
best offer . 592-4457._ 

BUNK-STYLE BED WITH 
foam mattress $35; Hoover 
wa^ spin-dryer $35, Electro- 
lux floor polisher $25.598-3237. 

’/!j-PRICE GOLD SALE! 

, Peter Lax. Goldsmith 
230 Menzies St., James Bay 

RENOVATING t6'X28' BEIGE 
carpet for sale. Reasonable con¬ 
dition, but needs cleaning. $100. 
Underlay $50.477-8126. _ 

LA PETITE VENETIENNE 
1' almost Invisible Venetian 
^n0i20% off retair price 

BATHROOM SINK. TAPS, $30. 
Prehung door, lock passage $50. 

water heater 33.3 Mllons 
$120. Cash register $80.4788iM5 

GOLF CART, ELECTRIC. 2 
man, excellent condition, char¬ 
ger included. $550 or best offer. 

479- 3231. _ 

100 LB. NEW WEIGHT SET. 4 
yw tire rims. Electric ladles 
Sunbeam manicure set. Night 
table. 3 piece lamp set. 478-3^ 

1 YEAR-OLD JUKI 2400 KNIT- 
tlng machiM, $500. 6-vear-old 
Singer Golden Touch 8i Sew, 
$250.642-3443._ 

GIBSON 5 HORSEPOWER GAS 
powered compost and leaf 
479^1980*'^' condition. 

WE BUY, SELL. WASH, RE- 

g a r and make new Venetian 
^^Inds. Inquiries 381-6846, 

REASONABLY PRICED SIN- 
gle beds box spring units, like 
new. Can be bought Indtylduallv 
or pair. 477-9897,_]_ 

MOVINC^SOFA, $50. BED- 
dlng. Electric lawnmower, $60. 
Grtden tools and accessories. 
10-soeed bicycle, $60.598-2884. 

BAGS FOR YOUR HOOVER 
vacuum cleaner. We carry the 
cor^ete line at Singer Sewing, 
Hillside Mall, 595-452: 

FEDERAL REJECTION 
spr^ '80 Parti Rhinoceros T- 
shirts, $8. Valerie. 477-8574 eve¬ 
ning;_ 

3 GLASS AND ARBORITE FIX- 
^res. 3 wooden gondola fixtures, 
1 Baby Bunny nut machine. Re- 
duced price. 595-8106._ 

SECRETARIAL DESKS WITH 
typ ng return, $299. Capital City 
^o^Machlnes. 2727 Quadra, 

DEMO TYPEWRITERS. SIN- 
gt* element, self-correcting, 
Caplt^ City Office Ma- 
chlnes, 2^7 Quada, 383-5700. 

OLIVETTI PORTABLE SIN- 
gle element typewriter. $350 or 
DMtsOffer. ^one after 6. 

5-SPEED J5 APOLLO BOYS 
bike, $80. 2 years old. Solid Mk 
over mantel, $200. utility trailer 
4x6 for small car, $50.598-4065. 

METAL ADJUSTABLE UTIL- 
Ity^cablnet, sturdy, 7' tall, 34" 
wide, 18" dew. Home or com- 
merclal use. $125.477-9897 

CAPTAIN'S BED. STURDY, 
attractive, new condition, $145.6 

CHAINSAW. HUSqVARNA 1« 

SE. 5 months old, excellent 

--— ■ 


shape. 

$330/3 


385-3009. 


UPRIGHT HOOVER, ELEC- 
trlc broom, electric blankets, 
^al^Italian piano/accordlon. 

®' lights and in¬ 

sulated, $200 or best offer. Phone 
•?f«L^.S9^6364. Can be seen 
TAdmlr-'- 


at 470 A 


Tiirals Rd. 


ELEGANT ETAGERE 
chrome and glass chandelier, 
ladles portable European make- 
up console. 656-3758 after 6 pm. 

LADY'S WE ATHE R ALL CAPE, 
medium size, beige boucle, only 
occasionally used. Reduced to 
bottom price, $99.384-0143. 

WEDDING DRESS, SIZE ME- 
d^m. with matching veil, 
a^'for Llii>£' evenings. 

CHESTERFIELDS, DRESSER, 
wardrobes, desks, dishwashers, 

SMALL OLDER FRIDGE FOR 
rec room or smoke house, $45. 
C78-14 tires on rims, $30. 12 hp 
outboard motor, $175.384-2680 

FOUR CAPE COD CHAIRS 
and round folding table, stained 
red for sundKk. Large Ro- 
bert Wood seascape. 595^^. 

TEMPORARY POWER POLE. 
4 outlet. $75. CCM Mustang, $35. 
^Jjjresh eggs, $1 a dwen. 

ADMIRALS STEREO FOR 
sale with McDonald's BR610 

ELECTRIC RAZOR, 
Braun/MIcron, used 2 we^s 
grty, complete In case, offers. 
592-0731._ 

CHROME KITCHEN TABLE 
»'0. Ping pong table 
tt5. Firescreen $10. Large wire 
dog cage $25.477-9834. 

FIVE WOODEN PLANTER 
boxes up to 4' long, $20 lot. 
658-5782. 


AS NEW LINED HARVEST 
$225.382-3734. 


1980 

100 MISCEUANEOUS 
FORSAU 

WIFA (AUSTRIAN) OIAAAON(l 

J*ow 7 e skates 
(white), with Coronation Ace 
blades. Size 8 AAA. Excellent 
condition, asking $220. Working 
3BM756 ******* anytime, 

NEW HAND-AAADE AFGHAN, 
60x80"; Royal (3oulton china tea 
set; one nwther of the bride and 
one mother of the groom gowns, 
worn once; large macrame 
hanging planter; two matching 
homespun spreads. 384-8830. 

ANTIQUE PIANO STOOL, 
lovely horse shoe and wagon- 
wheel chandeliers, antique brt- 
♦er chum, double size Beauty 
Rest box spring and mattress, 
hM^v^t gold range hood. 

APPLIANCES 

Why Buy New? Reconditioned 
appliances, 100 day full ouaran- 
— - 385-2m 2519 


NEW BUFFALO SWEATER. 
Size 38, $75; almost new Home- 
llte chainsaw. $250.642-3635. 


tee. $85 
Douglas. 


and up. 


KleeWick Rods 

Mfg. In Victoria 
Top-Quality Salmon 
Trolling Rods 
Now on the Market I 

HARRY, 477-6534 
Non glare and regular picture 

C *. wl^ selection of attrac- 
venetlan blinds. Repairs on 

TRADES WANTED 

Used microwaves. TV's or 
sl^egs wanted as trade-ins. HO- 
WARK, 27 W Burnside Rd. 
381-5622 

BEDS 

Singles from $30. (doubles from 

HelOKken Rd. 479-3231_ 

NEW DEALER 
MCCULLOCH 
Service-Parts 
O Si R Mowers 
615 Chatham 

_384-5551_ 

UPRIGHT FREEZER, APART- 
ment size fridge and stove. 

‘^'■ver, bedroom 
su te. Mtchen suite, chesterfield 
wife, china cabinet, sewing ma- 
chlne, gun cabinet . 479-3231. 

WOOL RUGS MADE IN INDIA: 
Off white with a subdued dia- 
nx)nd shape design in brown, 
heavy fringes. 6x9, $395, 10x14, 


RENOVATION SALE- OLD 
house. Wood and gas stoves, 
staircase ar^ railing; nKxlem 
oil furnace, hot water heater, 250 
Mllon tank; lumber. 1128 Or- 
mondSt. 9-5 pm._ 

3 BRITISH INDIA RUGS- 8 MM 
and 16 MM Ampro prolectors - 
Old canvas and large brass 
•«n»« - Simplicity vtaSier spin 
dryer 5125 • O^rnpus Trip 35 
camera and flash $TO. 382-1971. 

TWO SINGLE GRANGE BOX 
^ing and maftress. $150 each. 
Queen siu headboard, $90. Cur¬ 
tains and misc. items. No rea¬ 
sonable offer refused. 383-6777, 
383-5341. _ 

ROGERS 1920 BATTERYLESS 
wooden table radio, pInbaH ma¬ 
chine (not vising), 2 Elentwood 
occasional chairs, maple single 
bed, 2 painted book shelves. 
595-5461_ 

POKER TABLE; CHAIRS; 
bar glasses; books; old typewrit¬ 
er; '47 Packer pickup truck, run¬ 
ning order; sewing machine; 
VaporIsator; electric frying 
pan; misc. Phone 6564)016. 

30 WOOD STOVE. NICKEL 
Platinq. warming trays, needs 
re^lldlng, $150; woman's wet 
J19 approx. 800' 

Ttow’lPO' cleaned. 
$50.721-3062._ 

QU«N SIZE BED, WALNUT 
headboard and footboard, box 
spring and mattress, $150. Shag 
carpet and underlay, 9x12, Oat¬ 
meal, $100. Black & Decker clr- 
cular saw, $25.479-8055. 

OUTDOOR INCINERATOR 
barrels. Ready for use, $6.95 de- 
llvered. 383-1328. 

45-GALLON OAK WHISKEY 
addition. $17.50 


3 X 6 ' POOL TABLE. 2 SETS 
brt Is^ cues, good condition. $ 75 . 


FIVE SMALL BRITISH INDIA 
scatter mats, assorted shapes, 
new, $175 each. 383^)997. 

BEETHOyEN Bl-CENTEN- 
n al collection of records, com- 
plete set. 386-0345 evenings. 

ARTEX LIQUID EMBROI- 

IRON TUB, GAS WATER 
heater, doors. 652-5824 after 
6 pm._ 

eight bags AAANURE, SOIL 
delivered 
592-7068. _ 

GRAVEL OR SAND, $18. NEW 
W TOM* »l«bs, 958 delivered, 

DRAPES. LINED. 24'X83", 
^P^quolse, sacrifice. $300. 

BLACK STONE WASHING MA- 
Chlne $100, B/W TV $20. 
112-743-5843, Malahat._ 

DOUBLE CYLINDER AIR 

HIOEABEO, UPRIGHT VA- 
cuym, 2 bathroom sinks. Offers. 
479-8383 after 1:30 or 385-1714. 

DRESSER 
with mirror, $150. Apartment 
size fridge, $150.386-8642 

CRIB MATTRESS. MINI 
^m^ollne, electric knife. 

WOOD AND COAL STOVE. 
47M72?”' heater. 

SINGER SEWING MACHINE 
in 3 drawer cabinet, carrying 
case. $225.721-3488. 

Y^UM CLEANER. RONSON 
excellent condl- 
tlon, offers. Phone 592-9341. 

SILVER TRAY AND WINE 
cadlo, mirror, 
desk. 1270 May._ 

14 KARAT GOLD POCKET 
watch chain, $ 1000 . 385-3460, 
after 6 pm. 


G<)Lp BRACELET. BEAUTI- 
tP| .handcrafted, old gold. 
386-3028 


3 KW. POWER PLANT. 
Xohirt, $^ or best offer. Also i 
kw.$350.479-3354. 


2 KITCHEN CABINETS, CITA- 
t on Car^anna, modem light 
fixture, bronze. 3 globe. 5954»7 


’’■'LB, JAPANESE 
and Italian direct Import prices 
from 658-85. per sq. ft. 386-2812 


EMY LIFT BOAT LQADER, 
offrtsrt) $250. Good tow bar, $25. 


LA^'S FULL LENGTH 
ea%r coat, size 12 . zipout lln- 
Ing, like new, $200.598.^M02 


NEW % LENGTH 


NEW JENN-AIR CONVECTION 
oym range, $1,350. Polaroid 
Alpha-1 camera, $120.479-5453 


FOAM BACKED PATTERNED 
bjownarea carpets. 12x17, tol. 


THIRTEEN 5' SCAFFOLD 
franrm and^aces, price. 23 
Menzies. working hours. _ 

CRAFTSMAN POWE R 

12' AUJMINUM CAR TOP 

ONE HORIZONTAL METAL 
^n«fw on stand. A-1 condition. 
479-7404 after 5pm. _ 

^YCREST ^WNMOWER, 3.0 

COLONIAL PILLOW SOFA. 
$ 110 ; vacuum canister $ 9 ; flre- 
screen $9.386-9669. 


_ 47g0873 

single bed, BASKET 
chair, ladimbike, rocking chair, 
color TV, slant board. 595-3625. 


1M MSCaUNEOUS 
FOISAU 

GAS FIREPUMP. 200 FT. OF 
gas rotary lawnmower, 
electric motor, water- 

pump. 385-3967 after 9 am. 

POLAR BEAR SKIN, WHITE 
fox, eskinw wall hangings, soap 
stone carvings. 642^4550 evih 
nings. 

^ ^ VACUUMS 

LADIES LEATHER CARCOAT 

SINGLE MATTRESS, BOX 
spring and franw, as new. $ 75 . 
Roll away cot, $15.382-2903 

2 HIGH CHAIRS, %S EACH. BED 
frame with wheels. $ 1 $. Urv^ 
lapsable walker, $5.47go873 

TV.iJanftx 

BELGIAN WOOL PERSIAN 
^ign rug, 8'x1 V, excdlent con- 
dltlon.$400.598-7849._ 

FOUR WOODEN CHAIRS AND 
4 bar stools for sale, in good 
shape. 721-5420 after 6 om. 

21 CUBIC FT. DEEP FREEZE, 
barbecue, oars, self propelied 
lavmmower. 658-8154._ 

royal crown DERBY. 
Rova Ooulton ficwrines. ster- 
ling sliver pieces. 51^54 

LIKE NEW CRAFTSMAN 10" 
r^lal arm saw with stand. $400. 
388-9816. 

FiJLL SET OF RIGHT HAND 
gwf clubs with cart etc. Set of 
matched luggage. 598-7979 

TURQUOISE DRAPES WITH 

GREEN CHESTERFIELD 
suite, $90. Chev 13" wheel rims, 
$8 each. 382-2664_ 

FRIDGES, WASHERS, FREEZ- 
ers, dishwashers, misc. articles. 
367E Burnside. 382-4493. 


C-5 


cleaner with all attachments, 
$105.595-1351. _^ 

HAVE A FEW SWISS-STYLE 
benches left. 48". $35 apiece. For 
Infonnatlon. phone 388-5990. 

200' 4" CAST IRON PIPE. ALSO 
used brick . 477-3078. _ 

RONSON 15" BROILER, 
never used. $20.656-4382. _ 

fOPU^R MECHANICS, 
1955-79, offers. 656-4445. 

'OUNCE OF GOLD DUST, $700. 
478-5872. 


$150for both sets. 


US ' 
58-71 


RESEAT, HIDE ABED, 
goodoondltl-— 


ifltlon. 592-0251. 


MANNEQUIN, WOLFE. SIZE 
11, reasonable. 385-9444._ 

MARQUETTE ENGINE ANA- 
lyslzer a40-175.478-3712. _ 

CRAFTSMAN RADIAL ARM 
saw, good condition, 3860115 

NEW FIR MONO DOORS, 
2'6''X6'6x1H". $14ea c h. 477-4463 

COFFEE TABLE AND 
Ceramics for sale. 642-5967 

6 ' SLIDING ^ASS DOOR 
with screen $75. $9S4^._ 

12' THERMO PATIO DOOR, 
$425.8', $220.6566656._[ 

8 " CRAFTSAAAN RADIAL ARM 
saw, $200.592-7189._ 

PERSIAN CARPETS, 4X5'/i, 
3’/ix7, best offer . 595-7186 

6 " JOINTER, 1 HP MOTOR 
and stand, $200 firm. 642-3508. 

MOVING, MISC. HOUSHOLO 
Items. 3997 San Mafeo PI. 

111 eWLMOrS 
MtSCaUNEOUS 


ROUND-ABOUT 
CHI LOREN'S CLOTHES 
We will sell quality used chil¬ 
drens clothing. 1005 View, Tuev 
Sat, l0-5p.m.»i6552 _ 

BOY'S COWBOY BOOTS. 

sweater, vest and pant 
set. 3856655._ 

QUALITY HANDMADE CHIL- 
drens clothes. Call Dianne 
479-9708. _ 

BABY'S CRIB AND DRESSER 
for sale. 388-4746. 


in 


WSCfUMfOUS 

WWTD 


GOLD 

SILVER 

DIAMONDS 

STERLING 

SILVERCOINS 

Come in for free 
appraisals. 

No obligations. 

UNIVERSAL 
Trading Centre 

584 JOHNSON 383-9512. 



EVERY WED 7PM 
AND SAT 1:30PM 

CO^GNMENTS^WANTE^f 
2036OAK BAY AVENUE 

^592-5111 


l?p£CIAi5fi 
GUNS' 


GUNS WANTED • 
Rif las—Pistols—Shotguns 
BUY for cash 
SELL on consignment 
TRADE for goods 


576 Yates 


383-2422 


Before you sell anything 
you should contact us. 
THE AUCTIONEERS 
ANDAPPRAISERSFOR 
VICTORIAAND 
VANCOUVER ISLAND 

386-3308 

9J«For1S1. 

LIJXDS 


NEEDCASH? 
WE BUYGUNS 
OF ALL TYPES 


1307 Broad 


385-3429 


103 MISCaUNEOUS 

WANTED 

IK fiMMfSAUS 

SWAP AND SHOP NOW OPEN 
Jacklin Centre (Langford) In¬ 
door/outdoor swap meet every 
Saturday and Sunday, KM. 200 
sp^. Large 4'x8' tables sup- 
Pbfrf 600 can be shared. Sell 
anything from garage sale Items 
to boats and vehicles. Rent 
ta^ rt s^es for $3 per day or 
$5 for both Saturday and Sunday. 
Phone 4784696 for reservations 
3108 Jacklin Rd. Langford. 
4784696. Parking In Hydro lot 

Wanted for Cash 

Jewelry of all kinds, diamonds, 
gold, sterling, precious stones. 
Also good cameras, musical In¬ 
struments, tools and all person- 
sal goods of value, ^buv, 
pawn, sell. 

ISLANOCOLLATERAL 

620 JOHNSON (AT BROAD) 
3884031 

INSTANT CASH FOR EARLY 
Canadian pihe furniture. Orlen- 
*il rugs. Indian artifacts. 
Swords. Bayonets. Badges. 
Metals. Royal Ooulton figurines 
and Toby Jugs. Jewellery. Gold. 
Sliver. Brass. Copper. Hibernia 

SSllwTjfalffiP”' 

across street adlacent to Bel¬ 
mont High School. ^ 

MOVIN<3 SALE. EVERY- 
thlng must go. Couch and chair, 
single beds, miscellaneous kit¬ 
chen Items, sinks, linen, wrlrvg- 
er washrt. fireplace tools, etc 
2891 Austin Ave. 1-3 Sunday only 
or phone 4780079. 

SCRAP GOLD AND SILVER 
Purchased for cash, also ^d 
and Sliver Jewellery, pocket 
watches, medals and Military 
items. Silverware, Brassware, 
Antique furniture. Collectors 
Corner Antlq^ Ltd. 829 Fort 
Street, 386r 1155. 

GARAGE SALE, CARPET UN 
^lav, 250 gallon oil tank, vinyl 
Soffit material. 4' fluorescent 
light fixtures and assorted 
household furnishings. Saturday 
and Sunday I0am-4pm at 885 
Beckwith Ave. 

THE SALVATION ARMY 
needs your clothing, furniture, 
twsehold goods. '^Help us to 
help others." Family Thrift 
Stores. Victoria, Sidn^, Lang¬ 
ford. For pickup—386-3295 

JEWELERY, TIRES. TAPE 
^k, speakers, camera. Tv. 
ba^ clothes and misc. Items 
1309 Burlelth Cres. off Craig 
flower. Sat. Sun and Monday 
only. 10-4pm., No early birds 

E verything must go. 

YOUNG COUPLE RESTORING 
old txxne need French doors. 
Trade 6 year old avocado Ken 
more stove and ColdspoTIrldge 
tor sj^me value in white. 
5989490. 

SWAP & SHOP 

Will be opening soon at 

Western Speedway 

Watch for advertised openings 

CASH 

Vintage clothing, china, furs and 
aci^sorles, costume iewelery, 
11-5 pm 384-4547 after 6 385-9878. 
577 Johnson. The Bay Window. 

SWAP & SHOP 
Blanshard Community Centre, 
901 Kings Rd. Every Sat. 10 4 om 

^ URGENTLYREQUIRED 
Refrigerators, freezers, auto¬ 
matic wastes, dryers, ranges, 
dishwashers. Phoenix 
Appliances, 384-0423. 

BASEMENT SALE, SATUR- 
day February 23rd, 10am-2pm, 
650 Grenville Avenue. Varying 
Items from $475 26" colour tv to 
macrame to total lunk. Cash 
only, no cheques. 

WASHERS. KENMORE, 
Whirlpool. Speed Ou^, 
Simpliclfy; nnost makes dryers, 
ranges less than 15 yrs., laorklng 
or not. 4782313.4785449. 

COUCH AND CHAIR $30, COF- 
fee table and end table, $30, 
lamps $5 each, plus more. Satur¬ 
day 6-9pm. Sunday 10-1pm. 

• 406 2533 Dowler Place, 
382-2623 

Oj^ER-STYLE BOOKCASE 
with glass doors, china cabinet, 
standlamp, wooden coffee table, 
two ej^ ta^, bed comforter, 
household Items. 479-2322. 

ALL KINDS:OF FURNITURE, 
ladies and mens coats, shoes, 
kids clothing, TV, students 
desks, recllner, lots more. 3174 
Jackson off Finlayson past (3ua 
dra i 0 - 6 pm 

MATCHED CHESTERFIELD 
Of sectional, brown/beige tones. 
C)esk, dresser, vacuum cleaner, 
slate QMl table, in good condi 
tion. 4^-4561. 

GARAGE SALE 

Saturday ll-2pm at 2079 Cres¬ 
cent Rd. Bedroom suite, 
bunkbeds, stove, hide awav bed. 
oak chest of drawers, assorted 
tables. Sewing machine 

WANTED: FARMER JANE 
wet suit, 105 lbs, 5'1 and miscel 
laneous diving equipment, also 
Queen size waterbed and deep 
freeze. 386-7188 

CASH TODAY 

BC R1C share wi 11 pickup. 
477-0658 

SWAPPE& SHOPPE 

521 Craigflower Rd, Sundays 
10am-4pm. Call 3886120 week 
davs9am-3pm. Sat. 10am-i2pm 

Bpniw and cans 604 doz. 
soft drink brtti«, old car bat- 
terles, radiators, copper, brass, 
lead etc. 526 David, 383-1328, 84 . 

GIANT GARAGE SALE 
Clothes, baby to adult size Mis 
cel laneous toys and household 
Items. 2656 Millstream Rd 
4781551 Feb. 23-24 

pi AAApNDS & GOLD WANTE D 
Cash for your diamonds and 
rings in any condition. Universal 
Trading, 584 Johnson. 383-9512. 

MOVING AWAY, GARAGE 
Sale, Sunday, February 24, lo 
am, 793 Lily Avenue. 479-3360 
Furniture, beds, lamps, kitchen 
and baby items, etc. 

WE PAY CASH FOR ALL 
square cornered fridges, stoves, 
washers, dryers, deep freezes, 
working or not. 384-5721 

HUGE GARAGE SALE. MANY 
articles too numerous to men 
tion. Rear parking lot of the Sid¬ 
ney Travel Lodge. Saturday. 
Feb. 23. 184. 

COLLECTOR 
w shes to buy diamonds with or 
without settings. Best prices 
paid. 479-8541. 

GOOD QUALITY FURNITURE, 
wood chandelier, linens, dishes, 
dog cage and much more 
3836777, 220 Government Satur 
day and Sunday 185. 

BANDSAW NEEDED TO FIN 
Ish wooden boat. Old model OK 
even a rusty one! Will pay good 
price. Larry, 4782978 

GARAGE SALE, VARIETY OF 
Items, Saturday and Sunday 
184, 3109 Jenner Road, Colwood 
(turn off Sooke Road on Ridley) 
478-5918. 

CASH FOR GOOD USED REC 
ords and prerecorded cassette 
tyw^(^!^K)-tlle, 330 Marigold, 

VVANTED: ROGERS SILVER 
plate flatware for eight. Also 
Royal Albert dinner set. "Petit 
Point". 479-5400. 

HOUSEHOLD ITEMS, TOOLS 
and building materials. 1544 
Bank St. Saturday and Sunday, 
8 am- 6 pm. 

WANTED: CEMENT LAUN- 
dry tub, use for a feeder. Empty 
tabacco tins, free or reasonable. 
656-1927 

SUNDAY, 1 3PM. 1938 ERNEST 
Ave Volkswagen Beetle parts, 
Frigidaire range, miscellaneous 
Items. 

WANTED: POTTER'S 
jrtteel, large electric kiln firing 
to cone 10 , solid wood dressers, 
dance slippers size 13.479-4663. 

1938 RACIO, LOUVERED 
doors, oven. etc. Friday, Satur 

FRIDGES AND FREEZERS 
working or not. We will pickup 
and pay cash. 383-6047 after 
5pm. 

BASEMENT SALE. HOUSE 
hold goods, stove, coffee and end 
tables. Miscellaneous. 8-4pm, 
495 Oavida Ave. 

WANTED. OLD NABOB TEA, 
coffee iars and tins. Also Nabob 
tea and coffee measuring 
spoons. 479-3348. 

TWO STORAGE SHEDS. 12'X36' 
YO'J MOVE. AAost reasonaWc 
offer takes. 642-3517 after 6 p.m 

H(WSEHOLD GOODS, 331 RO 
bertson. i-4 Sunday. No Early 
Birds. 

RETIRED GENTLEMAN 
wlst^ to set up lewelrv repair 
hob^ shop, needs tools, watch¬ 
making, 5986991 

ANTIQUES AND ODDS AND 
ends. 14l4 Gladstor>e, 9-5, Satur 
day only 

SNOW PLOW BLADE, TRAIL 
er. and other accessories for 
smaJ! r iding mower type tractor. 
382-2822. 

HUGE BASEMENT SALE. 1012 
Jenkins, Sat. and Sun. I84pm. 

SELL OLD BOOKS TO THE 
HAUNTED B<X)KSHOP 
382-1427 

GARAGE SALE. 3114 ALDER, 
Saturday 106. 

112 WUiaTORaT, 
MISmUNEOUS 

CASH FOR MILITARY 
badcies — medals — bayonets. 
Colin McIntosh. 479-2362. 

FRIDGES, SQUARE COR 
nered, working or not. 478-2313, 
4785449. 

two RESPONSIBLE FEMALE 
students to rent housebMt for 

3SS"448|.?9V“539"'’ 

)950'S RECORDS, ESPECIAL- 
•y 45 's Elvis Presley, Hank 
Williams, etc. 592-5764 

11$ SWAPS 

WANTED MINTON "GOLD 
Pandora" China to complete set. 
6585926. 

76 FORD F150, 4X4, 360 AUTO- 
matlc. winch, 11x15" tires on 
Tested 

$5000.1^11 take car, truck, Har 
^v^^ldson or boat on trade 

WANTED: STERLING SIL- 
yer. Scrap Silver and Gold and 
Brie shares. 6566834. 

WANTED: TABLE SAW, ANY 
condition. Paint electric vibra¬ 
tor sprayer. 6426445. 

RARE. TRADE. RARE PRE 
Columbian Terra Cotta pottery 
Value up to $10,000. Trade for 
' rare" vehicle similar value 
5 ^W 4 ****’°^ wagon type. 

WANTED: SCRAP LEAD. ANY 
pound 45 cents per 

BOBCAT, BUCKET. BACK 
hoe. auger, grapple, work for 
whatever? 4786089. Don 

SILVER WANTED. GET YOUR 
best offer then call me. After 
6 pm. 5985836. 

SEE 42' CLASSIC TWIN DIE 
gl cruiser under classification 

WANTEDi^D DOLLS, TOYS, 
592 M 6 ? lantern. 

76, 20 HP MERC FOR BENCH 
metal lathe. Captains bed or ? 
386-5463 

LUGGAGE WANTED, GOOD 
crtiditlon, reasonably priced. 
Phone 595-4161. 

SWAP CEMENT MIXER FOR 
12 ' aluminum boat. 6588089. 

WANTED: OLD LIGHT 

66 CADDY. $2000 VALUE, 
swap for anything. 383-7604. 

OLD<WLO BRACELETS, BAN- 

11$ CMNSaAnAXPS 

WANTED: FINE QUALITY 
large mahoganypr rosewood fit¬ 
ted wardrobe. 5^6268. 

Jly Stamp Mart is moving from 
811 to 827-A Fort Street, in order 
to facilitate our move, we are 
reducing stock. All albums and 
supplies at 10 % off. Showgard 
mounts, 25% off. Packets. 20% 
off. Many other items too nu- 
nwous to mention at greatly 
reduced prices. 

(X>ORS WANTED. TURN OF 
century p^^led Interior. 32" 
wide, IH^Ick. 592-7657 

WANTED-12' ALUMINUM 
boat, havecement mixer to 
trade. 6588089. 

WANTED: EQUALIZER 
trailer hRch to fitli: 
prlce. 384-4493. 

VVE BUY AND SELL CANA 
dian and US siver coins 

CAPITALCITY 

COI NS & STAMPS 

100BURNSIDE RD.W. 
383-2634 

WANTED: ROYAL OOULTON 
Glamis Thistle china to help 
complete set. 5926438. 

WANTED: OAK OR MAPLE 
ta^ and chairs. Reasonable. 
592-3157. 

SILVER COINS WANTED! 
Canada 1967 and prior, U S. 1964 
and prior, G.B. 1946 and prior, 
Olympic silver coins. John & 
Glenda Cheramy. no nickels 
needed. 384-7622. 

WANTED: ANTKJUE OLD OR 
modem coHectabTe doll. State 
price. 382-4636. 

fridges, square COR- 

n^ed. bought. 383-7213 All Temp 

CANADIAN BLOCKS COVERS 
and slnoles. Mlrft and used for 
^e. Teiephof>e your want lists. 
4788786. 

WANTED: ONE ENGLISH 
pram. Call 4789686 after 5:30. 

CASH POR oriental-style 
rugs, any condition. 383-0243. 

GOLD AND SILVER COIN 
sale. Cobbiehlll Swap Meet. Sun 
^y, February 24th 10 am-3 pm. 
Quantity discount. Cash only. 

CEMENT MIXER 
with motor. 642-5807. 

STAMP AUCTION TUES. MAR. 

4. 1W. We are now accepting 
consignments for this auction. 
Lunds, 926 Fort St., 386-3308. 

WANTED-STURDY CHIL- 
drens slide. Phone 3856085. 

WANTED: PET DRYER, COM- 
nr>erclal type preferred. 642-5967 

WE BUY SILVER COINS AND 

cX'llw-l?,':''*"*' 

WAtlTEO: 1 SET OF 14" SNOW 
chains. 652-4972 

SELLING CANADIAN SILVER 
cpjn^serlous Inquiries only, 
385-8290. 

WANTED-SPINNING WHEEL, 
working order. Phone 386-4362. 

t« MRMESMiS 

SILVER WANTED. GET YOUR 
best offer then call me. After 
6 pm 598 5836. 

APARTMENT SALE, #205 - 742 
Lampson, Saturday 83. Tools, 
toys, ornaments, clothes, dishes, 
misc. Items. 

BUYINGSILVER COINS, BEST 
^ices^pald. Will pick up. 

GARAGE SALE. SATURDAY 
and Sunday, 1pm-4pm. 884 
Darwin Ave. 

STAMP COLLECTION FOR 
sale, Canadian, Foreign and 
American. 3889384 

10 OUNCE BAR .999 FINE SIL- 
ver, with assay certificate. $450 
cash. 382-2678 

GARAGE SALE. SATURDAY 
and Sunday, 3535 (iuadra. 























































































































































































































































































































































































































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C-6 

116 COINS and STAMPS 


WANTED. __ 

sterling, ttc. 383-131), S»S-7567. 


SILVER COINS, 
.“S-75f- 


SILVER COINS AND QUAR 
ters, 16 times fee*. 479-UT9 


117 ANTIQUeS and ARTS 


We have lust completed a 
very successful auctioo of 
Antiques and Fine Arts. 
We are now accet>tino 
consignments for our next 
auction to be held in the 
spring. F^ more infor¬ 
mation. Please contact 
Mr. John E. Boyle, Tel. 
386-3308. 

926 FORT 

LIJXDS 


LARGE LATE GEORGIAN MA- 
tXHteny bookcase 72''x84"x)8". 
Three doors with arched glass. 
Circa 1820, $2,800. Four very 
beautiful rosewood Cabriolet 
leg, Baloon back llyingroom 
chairs with padded upholstered 
seats. Circa 1840, $1,M0. Black 
table, too diameter 20" inlaid 
with nriother of pearl and hand 
painted flowers in centre, on tri¬ 
angle base with flat pad feet. 
William IV Circa 1830, $700. 
112-853-4637 (Saltspring Island) 
for further details and arrange¬ 
ment to view. 


FINAL DAYS 

Of year end clearance sale now 
on Tremendous reductions on 
fine olde continental, English, 
early American and Canadlana 
furnishings. Good selection of 
oak 8 to 14 pee dining suites, 
parlour suites, etc. Many Items 
less than $200. We tKipe to have a 
new shipment from England on 
the floor on Sat. Open 7 days, 
most nights, 15 mins fro“ ‘— 
Petes Place, 7“' * 

478-aOOO. 


-.. .. om town, 

786 Goldstream. 


SERIOUS SILVER COLLEC- 
tors. 2 pieces of antique silver, 
manufactured 1875 In Lorxton, 
England. Tea pot and coffee pot 
er^aved showing authentic link 
with British Army history in 
India. Professional evaluation 
for replacement for both pieces 
$7000. Pieces contain total of 60 
troy ounces of silver. To view 
apply Victoria Press Box 880. No 
triflers please. 


ROLL T<3P 

Original Wells Fargo mahogony 
roll top, large6' doublepedestal, 
reg. price would be $2500 freight 
damatie price was $1595 now 
Year End Special $1195, lust an 
exampleoTour Year End dristlc 
reductions. Open 7 days most 
nights. 15 min. from town. Fin. 
avail. OAC. Petes Place 786 
Coldstream, 478-6000 


SCRAP (K)LO AND SILVE R 
Purchased for cash, also Gold 
and Silver Jewellery, pocket 
watches, medals and Military 
items. Silverware, Brassware, 
Antique furniture. Collectors 
Corner Antiques Ltd. 829 Fort 
Street, 386-1155. 


BEAUTIFUL OLD FURNI 
ture. 9 piece medium walnut 
dining room suite. Approximate^ 
•>£75 years old, lust refinished. 
$2900 or best offer. 4 piece over- 
stuffed 19M living room suite; 
lysf roupholstere<r $2000. Phone 
386-7797. 


FOR SALE 

Royal Doulton Limited Edition, 
complete set, 12 Lady musi¬ 
cians, one 1979 Issue, Cleopa¬ 
tra. Mrs. RC McDonald, Box 
3462 Edmonton, Alberta 
112 403 963-3152 


JACOBEAN STYLE DARK 
oak oval dining room table, six 
chairs, original leather seats, 
cane insert backs, china cabinet 
and side board. Excellent condi¬ 
tion. 595^5461. 


1899-1900 EDITION ENCYCLO 
pedia Britannica with revised 
American supplement. 30 vol¬ 
umes plus guide to systematic 
reading, $150 or offers. 592-1939 
l«efore12noon. 


WANTED: GEORGIAN FUR- 
niture, oriental rugs, silver, 
clocks, etc. TOP PRICES PAID. 
D Robinson, 1019 Fort, 384-6425. 


LOVELY ANTIQUE WALNUT 
9 ?«hoganv upright piano 
with floral inlay, needs tuning. 
$500. 386-2308. 


SWAP 72 GALAXIE H.T. GOOD 
condition, 63,000 miles for 70 
hours of carpentry work. 
479-3354. 


WANTED: GEORGIAN SIL- 
verware, Victorian silverware, 
old silver. Private collector. 
384-3040. 


WANTED: COCA COLA SERV 
inp trays, change trays, toys and 
other advertising items. 478-2203 
after 6pm. 


NATIVE INDIAN ART AT THE 
UPSTAIRS GALLERY In 
Sasquatch Trading. 1233 
Government St. 386-9033 _ 

LOVELY VANITY WITH BE- 
velled glass mirror, wooden 
table and chair set, each $150 or 
best offer . 384-9517 


DINING ROOM TABLE FOLDS 
to library table, wooden golf 
-■"* 1th bam, small carved 

32, wr- 


clubs wll.. __ 
stool. 384 2732, 


82504. 


FURNITURE REPAIRED. AN- 
tiques our specialty. Phone 
478-2539. 


WANTED: HIGH-QUALITY 
Canadian art. Phone 
112 228 1589. Private. 


ORIENTAL CARPETS, NO- 
madlc kilims and wall hangings. 
598-9495. 


LADIK PRAYER RUG, 60 
years. Karabaoh 4 x6', 75 years, 
excellent condition. 598-9495. 


ANTIQUE MINIATURE. HAND 
painted on porcelain. Circa 1830. 
5987582 


VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD 
chair; 1979 Hummel annual 
plate. 592-7064. 


WORLD WAR I CONSOLE PHO- 
nopr^ and record collecflon. 
$545.3846066 after 5 pm. 


BEAUTIFUL INLAID CABi 
wt, very ornate, excellent condl- 
tlon. $2900. 5987186 


WANTED: WOODEN HUMP- 
R''«^e''f«bly oak. 
Call 3882052 after 5 pm. 


OFFERS ON 1978 HUMMEL 
bell. Phone474-2460. 


COLLECTION OF OLD CROWN 
Jars. $225. 5986202 


WALNUT DINING TABLE, RE- 
flnlshed, art deco era. 4788577 


120 GARDEN SUPPUES 


SAANWOOD FARMS LTD. 
Cow manure 652-2026 or 
652-1743. No Sunday calls please. 


COW MANURE. LITTLE BED- 
dlng 777 Kangaroo. 478-1876. Let 
Phonering. 


PENDRAY FARMS LTD., COW 
manure, 6 yards $48, delivered. 

477-1519. 


NO. 1 STRAIGHT OLD COW 


CHICKEN MANURE. 
478-3612. 


U BAG. CHICKEN. 254 BAG. 
Cow, pig, $4.95 truck. 652-3501. 


PMRt, RfItvaliH 
a■0CuH^v•ll^ 


DON'S TRACTOR SERVICE 

477-3913 

We rotovate, plow, etd grass and 
brush; also loading af^h< " 


hauling. 


4 BROTHERS — ALL AREAS 
Hand Tillers, Tractors 
479-6112. 


TMltaiiSivplM 


SMALL TWO WHEEL GAR- 
den tractor with accessories. 
Phone 479-8178. 


GAS POWERED LAWN- 
mower, like new, $100.652-4972 


m ttOiBisiimiis 

TrtMMlttralM 


HANSBRINKERT 

TROPICALS 

Interior plant consultant, de¬ 
signer, sutler 8i grower. Leav 
Ing & maintenance by the day, 
weekend, month or year. 
479-6935. 


TtpSa,RKk8«Ani 


TRIO 

GRAVEL MART 

New hours starting Monday 
February 18.1980. 

Mon.-FrI. 8am.to6pm 

Sat. 8amto4pm 

Sun. andHol. 10amto4pm 

Trio Ready Mix 11971) Ltd 
’/iml. North of Faiole Cottage 
on Cordova Bay Road 

SCREENED TOP SOIL WITH 
manure and sand, $l2/vd. Deliv¬ 
ery extra. Sterlliied potting soil 
by bag. E. Nixon Ltd. 4780511; 
Nights 479-1937,479-2995 

HILLBANK GRAVEL SUP- 
plles Ltd. Top quality topsoil de¬ 
livered In Victoria area. 10-20 
yard load. $10 peat mix, $9 peat 
soil. 743-2467. 


SAND. GRAVEL, DRAIN AND 
crushed rock. 1 to 6 yard loads. 
6585406. __ 

DRY SHREDDED BLACK 
loam, 4 yards $48; 7 yards $72; 
bags $2.25 each. 595-81W. 

12S PCn«M$VPPLIES 

BEAUTIFUL REGISTERE^ 

Doberman pups for sale. Cana 
dlw ar^ American bloodlines. 
Full written health and temper- 
ment guarantee. Ready March 
1st. Reserve now. 5889119. 24 
hour answering service._ 

TWqPULL GROWN OSCARS, 
excellent condition, $75 pair. 
Large Plecostomus, $20. Two 
large Catfish, $20 pair. 40 gallon 
aquarium, all equipnf>ent. $40.60 
OAlton aquarium, all equipment. 
$60 Both home made. ^-1287. 

THREE GERMAN SHEPHERD 
puppies, female, bom December 
If Ready for new homes. First- 
class puppies, bred for good 
temperament. $150 each. Phiw 
Mr . Bishop, 6581056._ 

REGISTERED STANDARD 
poodle P^les. one male, one 
female. shoH, dewormed. health 
guarantee, excellent p^igree. 
Phone Duncan 7485808 after 5, 
743-9888._ 

10 GALLON AQUARIUM TANK 
with 7 fishes, green gravel, 
pump and filter, thermostat, 
heater, shrubs, flowers and 
stand. $50. 382-3358. _ 

YORKSHIRE TERRIER TINY, 
roistered female. 4 months old. 
Also lovely female Sabled Collie 
puppy. Both housebroken and 
had shots. 112-7487091._ 

REGISTERED AFGHAN 
hound puppy, 8 months old, 
cream male, well trained, excel- 
l_mt^t«m^ament. Phone Dun- 

BEFORE BUYING A PUPPY 
call Victoria City Kennel Club 
Watchdog" for advice 
477-9781._ 

REGISTERED BLACK LA 
brador puppies. Excellent tem¬ 
perament and conformation. 
479-7056.__ 

FOUR YEAR OLD AAALE DAL 
matlon, excellent disposition, 
f^« to good country home. 
382-3719._ 

DOGWeWD BOARDING KEN 
nels. We Invite conH>arlson. For 
reservations and to view please 
phone 478-0073._ 

REGISTERED CHESAPEAKE 
Bay retriever pups for hunting, 
show, pet. Papers, shots, tat- 
tooed, $200. 248-5389, 2482017, 

VVANTED-PUREBRED MALE 
Siamese cat to mate with my 
fernaie Siamese 652-4464 or 

477- 8110. _ 

REGISTERED POODLE 
pups, whelped November 23. 
Rare Irish *tter Red All shots 
and papers 112-723 7995._ 

FREE, ONE YEAR OLD 
male, border Collie X. Has shots. 
Neutered, good with children. 
652-4234. _ 

TOY POODLE PUPPIES. 1 FE- 
male; cream. 1 male; apricot, 
^^registered. First shots. 

MALE RED AND TAN DOBER- 
'▼'an pinscher, one year old, very 
r^^emper. good with kids. 

TWO MALAMUTE-SHEP 
herd female pups, shots, 
woaned, $50. Price Includes 
starter kit. 6587094_ 

9 WEEK-OLD GENTLE PUP- 
ples, 1 looks Husky. 3 look She^ 
pard, but smaller. Animals Cru- 
saders, 3889832_ 

HANDSOME YEAR OLD COL 
lie Golden Retriever cross, 
nm^^goodhome. Please phone 

YOUNG, BLACK, GROWN CAT. 
Very loving, wants to be some 
ki^ persons housepet. Cats Pro- 
tectlon League, 598 5731_ 

DOG GROOMING 
By qualified groomer, all 
breeds. 4784906._ 

COLLIE GERMAN SHEPARD 
cross, free to good home. 

478- 1585 _ 

VARI-KENNEL CONVERT- 
Ible pet carrier and kennel. Lar- 
oestslze$70.^^._ 

GERMAN SHEPHERD CROSS- 
^eed puppies, $20. 3888288 b8 
tween 87pm. _ 

SIBERIAN HUSKEY, 18 
njonths, well-trained, male, 
$150. Days, 479-2428._ 

REGISTERED LAKELAND 
twrfer puppy for sale, 3 months 
old, male. $300.652-5815._ 

CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES, WON- 
derfi^gifts for mothers or 
grandmothers. Males. 383-3773. 

DOBTRMAtrToR~TALE” 

Must find home. Call for Infor- 
matlon at 382-3190 Margaret. 

COCKATIELS WANTED. ONE 
o^'® Lutino male. 

479- 0205 _ 

OANNYLAO.'*lRISH SETTER 
puppies, guaranteed. 17 years 
experience. 1 12-749-3842_ 

MALE LONG HAIR BLACK 
Se2 jSi* '®®® Pfiop® 


CANARIES, SINGERS, 
Uyx^avlarv birds, males, $20. 

FREE TO GOOD HOME KO 
jjoj^r sheep dog. Phone 

BREEDING TIME IS HERE, 
sirig^s, hens guaranteed. Must 
selfstock. 642-M47._ 

MINIATURE PINSCHERS 
Male, black and tan, 7 wi^s. 
Phone 652-2301.__ 

BEAGLE PUPS REGISTERED 
fiia^s, champion parents. 6 
weeks old, $175. 112-7487091. 

SIAMESE KITTENS, FROST 
and sealpoint, all shots Included. 
$40. Phone (Duncan 7485805. 

REGISTERED SHETLAND 

4 BOXER CROSS PUPPIES, 
need horn®s. $10. 388-7671 or 
382-1952. __ 

PUPPIES $10 TO GOOD HOME 
^b/^alukl cross. Phone 

GERMAN ROLLER SINGING 
cawy and hen. Conwlete with 
breeding cage. $65.479-8471. 

TRAINED PUPPY AND COM 
hlf for sale. Phone 

BRAND NEW CUSTOM BUILT 
bird breeder, 3'Hx3'L, never 
used. $182 firm. 479-5717. 

PUREBRED BORDER COL 
Me. rnale, 4 months, good work- 
Ing strain. 6584059._ 

MALTESE PUPS 
6 weeks old, $150.4781916 


SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2:^, 1980 


12S PCT$aii4SUPfLIES 


RED BLACK LAB 


PUR^RED B 
OUp>«$». 652-2572 


1 fBMALE SPRINGER SPAN- 
lel, 9 weeks old, $75.112-7488963. 

NEWFIE CROSS PUPPIES. 
$10.382-0870,382^. 

POIDDLl PUPS FOR SALE, 
two females. $150 each. 479-0064. 

MALE ZEBRA FINCHES, NOR 
mals, $10. Whites $12.477-9982. 

1 WHITE MINIATURE POO 
die, 11 weeks old, $75.642-3493. 

ASSORTED FANCY PIGEONS. 
pets only. 479-3402._ 

CANARIES, 1979 BIROS. SING- 
ers and hens. Phone 5981875 

TWO YEAR OLD MALE OLD 
English sheepdog. 47^1-2833. 

8WEEK OLD CALIFORNIAN 
bunnies for sale. 3886685. 

COLUE MALE 3 MONTHS. 
all shots. 477-9804. _ 

REGISTERED COLLIE PUP- 
PIES. .4782714._ 

MINIATURE BLACK POODLE 
PUPS for sale. Phone 5984012. 


127 


CIIICICS.P0W.TIY 

KATCMNISEMS 

SUPfUES 


CHICKS — BROWN EGG 
lavcfs. White Leghorns, White 
Rocks. Order early, ship any¬ 
where. Napier Chick Sales, 
<J43-216th St.., Box 59, Milner, 
B.C. V0X1T05387222._ 

4H POULTRY CLUB HAS 400 
day (Xd New Hampshire Cock¬ 
erel Chicks for sale. Good to 
raise as fryers. Available F^u- 
anr^th pm. 25< per chick. 

TAKING ORDERS FOR DAY 
old chicks. R.l. Red, B. Rock. 
Comet, Leghorn, and meat 
strain. Turkeys, Bronze and 
Whites. 4783368 before 3: pm. 

HATCHES WEEKLY FROM 
March. Hubbard, Comets. 
Harco, Barred Rock, Fancy 
chicks. Ducklings, goslings, tur- 
kevs. 479-2084. 112-7485244 

15-17LBS CHICKEN. GOOD 
layers, good meat birds, breed- 
Ir^ roosters for sale. $15 or two 
for $25.479-1687_, 

Handsome, friendly 

652 55W rooster. $5. 


12t UVESTOeX SUPPLIES 
MIPEYEIITS 

AAANDER 

TRUCKINGLTD. 
SAWDUST 
SHAVINGS 
CEDAR HOG FUEL 
385-3041 

After 6,477-5053,479-7629 

JOHNAAacNUTT 

TRUCKING 

SAWDUST—SH)VVI NGS 
HOGFUEL 
Largeor Small Loads 

479-6560 

KANATA SHOW PONY 
English and western trained. 
Jumps. Safe on roads. No vices. 
To good home. $500 . 478-9780 
after 6pm._ 

NO REASONABLE OFFER 
refused on 4 wheel buggies and 
hay wagon. Alsopony team show 
harness with collar and Western 
saddle complete with bridle, 
pad, and rack. 6585841._ 

COMPLETE BOARD FDR ONE 
or 2 ho^, box stalls, separate 
paddocks. Riding ring and excel- 
4783023**'* Pionth. 

BEAUTIFUL SHOWY DAPPLE 

S ev mare. 12.2HH. Suitable for 
ginners. Good lumper, pony 
Class winner. No vices. Can be 
s^ at Sherwood Creek Farms. 
4781156,4781227._ 

REGISTERED PUREBRED 
Arab geldinp, 9 years, ros8grey, 
very well trained, English or 
W^ern. Good show prospect. 
$1500. 112-748-0469 or 748-4093 
Duncan._ 

APPALOOSA MARE, SHOWN 
to Sixty ribbons by beginner, 
youth age thirteen, safe, sound, 
no vices. Excellent youth pros¬ 
pect or broodmare. Approved 
homeonly. Offers. 112-5388539 

PONY, REGISTERED HACK- 
nev, for green or experienced 
rider. Excellent bloodlines. 
Good for breeding. 598-1515, 
Sofya._ 

SHERWOOD CREEK FARM 
Barn Show, SUNDAY MARCH 9, 
ipam. Judge Harriet Gordon. 
Entries $2 per entry day of show. 
Programs on request. 4781227. 

16 HH REGISTERED AMERI 
can Mddle bred oeldino, 6 years 
old. Sound, good conformation. 
Excellent mover. $1800. 
112-743-5635 or 112-74860M. 

VERY GENTLE HIGHLAND 
Welsh cross pony. 13 hh. 15 
yefKS. Perfect for children. $300. 
Saltsorlng 653-4637._ 

TWO GELDINGS FOR SALE, 
AnwIcan saddlebred In 15th and 
16th year. Gentle, well behaved. 
4781974._ 

REGISTERED BORDER COL 
He p^ from imported working 
stock. Phone 112-4687028 after 6 

P.M. _ 

BUCKSHOT IS REGRETFUL- 
ly for sale due to moving. Well 
trained consistent trail horse 
ribbon winner, $500.479-7780 

BEAUTIFUL REGISTERED 
Arabian yearling "Khemosabi" 
disposition. 
112-746-6332 Duncan._ 

REGISTERED GREY THOR- 
oughbred gelding, 16.1HH, well 
tralr^, B years old, stabled at 
Wychbury Stables. 112-7486504 

1978 ir UNIVISION STOCK 
658*1748, 

REGISTERED ANGUS COW, 

MAJOR 18YEAR-OLO MOR 
oan quartei^se cross, 15 hh, 
$600.38^20,4:3(76. _ 

7 YEAR OLD '/i ARAB MARE, 
English and western, $450. Dav- 
tlme 479-8911, evenings 642-5849. 

MATTICK’S FARM LEASING 
vace^ pony ride operation. 

FOR SALE 

Landrace boar, weaner and 
feeder pigs, bred sows. 4785153. 

PIGS, WEANERS AND FEED- 
6MS50i'* 

SILVER GREY ARAB MARE, 5 
''®.®I* Registered. Broken, 
quiet, and friendly. 112-7485637. 

FOR SALE, FEA6ALE PIG, 2 
years old, 65< per pound. 
479-0364 _ 

PREMIUM RAW KARAKUL 

GOOD GRASS HAY. 
652-1078._ 

PONY BUGGY $800, 2 HORSE 
trailer $2200. Phone 479-5131. 

25TEERS. 5 HEIFER CALVES 
for sale. 652-4350. _ 

REG^ISTERED MILKING 
shorthorns, very quiet, 6581628 


HEREFORD AND CHARLEE 
breed COWS. 479-1687_ 

POTATOES, $30 A TON. 
6858 Pat Bay Highway, 652-1582. 

130 HEAVY EQUIfMEIIT 
AHDMACMINEAY 

JOHN DEER 440A LINE SKID- 
^, 5 ton Mercury dump. 17' 
Tandem axle trailer, 16' con- 
vevor with motor. 595-2261. 


ISO HEAVY EQUiniEIIT 
AMDiACHHIEHY 

HABITAT 

4781231 01978A 

FEB-MARCH SPECIALS! 

1 only 722 Hydrostatic Bobcat, 
low hours, excellent condition, 
full power train warranty. 

1 only 630 Hyd. Bobcat, 1 yr old. 
540 hrs, excellent condition, full 
power train warranty^ 

1 only 520 Hyd. Bobcat, good 
condition, warranty. 

ASK FOR BOB 


STEEL 

BUILDINGS 

3-60'x60' 2-50'xlOO' 2-60'xl50' 
2--40'x80' 1—50'xl50' 1—80'x200' 
We have lust purchased these all 
steel straight wall pre-englneer- 
ed package buildings from large 
Eastern O.S. manufacturer. In¬ 
cluded In packages, colored 
walls, rain gutter and down 
spouts, large overhead door 
openings, 3070 main doors with 
every building. We wlH do com¬ 
plete turn-key If required, any¬ 
where In B.C. 

Republic Building System 
B.C. Ltd. 

No. 3 8298120 Street 
Surrey, B.C. Ph. 591-8865 

RECONDITIONED 

USED FORKLIFTS 
Towmotor - 2000 lb pneumatic, 

? ropane. 

owmotor - 4000 lb solid tires, 

? ’opane. 

ale - 3000 lb solid tires, gas. 
Hyster-2500lb. solid tires, 
propane. 

AC - 3000 lb solid tires, propane. 
White - 3000 lb 13' lift, —^ 
Automatic-4000 lb c 
White-4000 lb solid! 
propane. 


aiim, propane. 

13' lift, propane. 

lOlbdecti^ 

iolldtires. 


Crown - electric pal let) ack. 

ISLAND FORI^IFT SALES 
740 PRINCESS AVE. 383-2911 
REPAIRS-RENTALS 

FOR SALE 
EXCELLENT 

Cat 518 Line SkIdder. 
Contact: J. Colwell 
3883124->Bus. 
479-4670—Res. 

ONE FAIRBANKS MORRIS 40, 
»cale. One Butler 
bulldiM »x6()\ must sell, best 
gj^ljiv March 15th takes all. 

TOMOTOR A20,20.000 POUNDS 
fork-truck. 17'6" ll«. 38S67^b8 
tv^ 8;am and 4:30pm, Nkxv 
day to Friday. _ 

12 KW ONAN GENERATOR. 4 
cylind^, single phase, 60 cycle 
air cooled. Mint! $3,500.385-3807. 
474-2156. _ 

CROWN ELECTRIC PALLET 
lacks, 2500 lb. cap. new bat¬ 
teries. $1W5. Island Forklift 
Sates, 3^2911. _ 

1974 IN^TERNATIONAL HAR- 
vester back hoe and loader, r8 
built engine, $7950.3885463 

FORKLIFT AND PALLET 
lack. We buy, sell and rent. 
I sland Forklift Sales, 383-2911. 

mack B-61 TRACTOR. $4500. 
4782731. _ 

700 HYDROSTATIC BOBCAT. 
bucket and pallet forks. 4784581. 

w MwmifiaiBiTs 

Butl« Bfgllwi 

Supplw 

2046 Keating 
X-Road 
652-1121 

FARM, LAWN AND GARDEN 
EQUIPMENT 

Satoh and Power King Tractors 
* GasandOiesel/12-38h.p. * 

Jacobsen Mowers/Jacuzzi 
Pumw 

Howard Rotavators 

Serving the Peninsula and 
Islands for 50 years. 

652-4437 652-1121 



Lawn & Garden Tractors 
7N>-28hp 

Full Lineof Attachments 
Good Supply Of Used Tractors 
452-1642 _ SAANICHTON 

J. GRIEVE MOTORS LTD. 
Vancouver Island's largest farm 
Implenient dealer now selling 
Yanmar 4-wh^ drive tractors, 
13 to 33 h.p. Full line of attach¬ 
ments. 

652-1642 _ SAANICHTDN 

MASSEY PACER TRACTOR 
with attachments for row crop- 

R n(i, one rear blade, 3 point 
iten, spring teeth cultivator, 
arrow spray pump, plus spray 
boom. John Deere rotary 
mower. After 6pm 652-2560 

MODEL 130 MASSEY FERGU- 
vjn tra^, 3. hitch, power tak8 
oTf wHh new brush cutter. 
, 479-2979. 


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ADVERTISING 
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WILL SHOW 
—YOU— 

HOW TO LEASE 

AND SAVE! 
EX-LEASE 
Vans and S.W.'s 

WE HAD 17 
NOW WE HAVE 10 
TO CHOOSE FROM 

They have to go now 
78Volare S.W. 
TSCaravelleS.W. 

78 Lebaron S.W.—Loaded 
3 to choose from 
79VolareS.W. 

77 Dodge Maxl-Van 
2 To Choose From 

78 Dodge B200 

Plus Many More 
SeeTomCino 
or Bryan Cathcart 

ENSIGN LEASE 
LTD. 

Quadra at 
Caledonia 
386-2411 

DEALER NO. 5620 


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THE HOME OF 
LINCOLN 

MARQUIS. COUGAR, 
XR7, ZEPHYR, 
CAPRI, BOBCAT, 
FORDTRUCKS 


5 IN STOCK! 

STOCK 0-121 

1980 Lincoln Continental, 
Dark Champagne 
Town Sedan. Fully 
equipped! 

WAS $20,946.40 
SPECIAL $19,264 
SAVE $1,682.40 


1980 Lincoln Continental, 
gleaming white. Town 
Coupe. Fully 
equipped! 

WAS $20,238.30 
SPECIAL $18,542 
SAVE $1,696.30 

STOCK 0-261 

1980 Lincoln Continental, 
MK VI, 2 door sedan. 
In pine opalescent 
moondust! Fully 
equipped! 

WAS $24,897 
SPECIAL $22,986 
SAVE $1,911 

STOCK 0-281 

1980 Lincoln Continental 
Mark VI,4door sedan. 
In park chamois me¬ 
tallic. Fully 
equipped! 

WAS $25,126.80 
SPECIAL $23,134 
SAVE $1,992.80 


7 IN STOCK! 

STOCK 0-50 

1980 Cougar SR7, 2 dr., 
H/T. White with cara¬ 
mel vinyl root. 302 V8, 
AT, PS, PB, twin 
seats, tilt wheel, 
power windows, etc. 
WAS $9905.30 
SPECIAL $9216 
SAVE $689.30 

STOCK 0-87 

1980 Cougar SR7, 2 door 
HT. Red with white 
vinyl roof and decour 
Pkg. 302 V8, AT, PS, 
PB, AM/FM 8 track, 
twin seats, tilt wheel, 
speed control, power 
windows, power door 
locks, power seats, 
etc. 

WAS $11,341.10 
SPECIAL $10,548 
SAVE $793.10 

.STOCK 0-102 

1980 Cougar XR7. 2 dr, 
HT, in Chamois Me¬ 
tallic with Caramel 
vinyl roof, luxury 
package. 302 V8, AT, 
PS, PB, AM/FM 
Stereo search with 
cassette twin seats, 
leather trim, speed 
control, tilt wheel, 
power seta and win¬ 
dows, air ednd., 
etc.!!! 

WAS $14,498.10 
SPECIAL $13,263 
SAVE $1235.10 


34 IN STOCK 

STOCK 0-26 

1980 Capri, 3dr., in black! 
4 cyl., 4 spd., console, 
radio, 4 way adjust¬ 
able seats, tape stripe 
accent, etc. 

WAS $7009.50 
SPECIAL $6597 
SAVE $412.50 

. STOCK 0-131 

1980 Capri, 3 dr. Bright 
Yellow! 6 cyl., 4 spd., 
PS, PB, radio, con¬ 
sole, 4 wav adjustable 
seats, light group, 
tape stripe, etc. 

WAS $7893.70 
SPECIAL $7387 
SAVE $506.70 


149 HEWCAR 
DIRECTORY 


THE HOME OF 
LINCOLN 

MARQUIS, COUGAR, 
XR7, ZEPHYR, 
CAPRI, BOBCAT, 
FORDTRUCKS 

STOCK Q-192 

1980 Capri, 3 dr. Light 
medium blue. 6 cyl., 
AT, PS, PB, console, 
mouldings, light 
group, 4 way adjust¬ 
able seats, HD bat¬ 
tery, etc. 

WAS $8193.50 
SPECIAL $7648 
SAVE $545.50 

STOCK 0-97 

1980 Capri 3 dr., In white! 
255V8,AT, PS,PB,tm 
wheel, RS option, 4 
way seats, tinted 
glass, flip-up moon 
roof, etc. 

WAS $8607.40 
SPECIAL $7996 
SAVE $611.40 

MANY MORE 1980 
MODELS TO 
CHOOSE FROM! 

ALL VEHICLES 
ONDISPLAY, 
CLEARLY PRICE 
TAGGED! 

ON THE SPOT 
FINANCE, BANK 
OR FMCC,ON 
APPROVEDCREDIT! 

TRADES WELCOME! 

IMMEDIATE 

DELIVERY! 

COME IN AND ASK 
ANY ONE OF OUR 
COURTEOUSSALES 
STAFFTO 
SHOW YOU 
AROUND! 


SUBURBAN 

MOTORS 

3377 Douglas 
386-6131 

Dq8lCfS528 


1SI CARSFORSAU 



79F0RDWGN 

Squire, loaded, air, cruise, 
stereo, etc. $9995 


'79CHEVETTE 

4 dr., auto., radio, 12,000 KM. 
_ $4995 

'78 HORIZON 

4 dr., auto., p.s., only 27,000 KM 
_ $5495 

'78 FAIRMONT 

4 dr, 6 cy l, auto, PS $4995 

'78DATSUNSW 

510, automatic $5095 

'78 DIPLOMAT 

2dr.,V-8 auto.. Vinyl roof $5,195 

'77RANCHERO 

Brougham, v-8, auto., finished 
In gleaming black $5495 

'76ASTRE 

2dr. HB,auto $2895 

'74 PINTO 

Run-a-bout, 4cvl. auto $2495 

73 WESTPHALIA 

VW Camper, aofo $5495 


3200 DOUGLAS 
ATCLOVERDALE 
382-2313 

MON.TOFRI.9TIL9 
SAT. 9 TIL 5. Dealer 5881 


PLIMLEY 


JAGUAR — ROVER 
TRIUMPH 

M.G. ~ MINI SAAB 

1010 YATES ST. 382-9121 


79 SAAB TURBO 

Hatchback 17,895 

79 AUSTIN MINI 

Sun-roof. Radio 4,595 

78 Triumph Spiff Ire 
4 speed radio 6995 

78SAABEMS 

Sport Coupe 10,995 

77 Chrysler Cordoba 
Fully equipped 
Including Air 6295 

77 Mercury Cougar 
351V8PSPBPW 
and Radio 4895 

76 Mercury Comet 
Six automatic radio 
Special today 3495 

76 Courier Pick Up 
Very Clean 

-Low Miles 3695 

74 Toyota S R5 2 dooer 
Coupe 3195 

MANY MORE 
TOCHOOSE FROM 
DEALER 5351 


194 CARSFORSAU 



CHRYSLER 

PLYMOUTH 


ALL UNITS 
CHECKED 
BY CAR CLINIC 
DIAGNOSTIC 
CENTRE 



^ Dodge SE. V8. automatic, PS, 
PB, AM-FM ra^o, Ilf staering, 
cruise control, air conditioning, 
off road wheels. Stock No. 83431. 

$9995 



77 Toyote, 6 cylinder, 4 speed, 
radio, white spoke wheels, nerd- 
top. Stock No. 20321. 

WAS $7995 SAVE $1000 

NOW ONLY $6995 


"WS" 
m lii M 
Express 

19 Dodge DIDO 
79 Dodge Maxi 
Vai 

79 ford lion PI) 
78 Dodge lion 


77 Sportsman 
Van 

77 Dodge B20D 
77 Dwlge ^ ixd 

Plus Many More 
Used Cars 

65 Bonneville S.W. 

68 Dart GT 
71 Toyota 

73 New Yorker 

74 Cougar 
74 Flat 128 
75Astre SW 
76 Aspen 

76 V.W. Dasher 

76 Newport 

77 Cordoba 
77 Comet 

77 Granada 
78Caravelle 

78 Newport 
78 Cordoba 

78 Mustang 
79Sunblrd 

79 Camaro Z28 
79 Zephyr S.W. 

Plus Many More 


GOV'T TESTED 
PLUS 2-YEAR 
WRITTEN 
WARRANTY 



Chrysler-Plytnoutti 

Ltd. 

DOWNTOWN 
YATESATCOOK 

Dealer licence number 
D5295 

386-2411 

Open Weekdays 
Till 9:00 


1SI CMSFNSIU 


C^enOak 



Tell A Friend 
"February 
Specials 
On Sale Now" 

W 

1977 Aspen sedan, vinyl 
roof ^ $ 3750 

1977 LTD M S.W. Sky 

blue, squire $ 3750 

1977 Honda Civic 33,000 

miles $ 3950 

1978 Pinto 3 door, Silver 

$ 3950 

1978 Pinto S.W. many lux¬ 
ury Items $ 5450 

1977 Volvo station wagon 
$ 6750 



1975 Ford V 2 ton short box 

$ 3450 

1976 Datsun pickup, red 

$ 3650 

1976 Ford 150 pickup 4 

speed $ 3750 

1974 Ford V 2 ton and 
canopy, one owner. 
Only 35,000 miles 

$ 3950 

1977 GMC 3A ton, 54,000 

miles $ 4750 

1977 Ford Super Cab, only 
35,000 miles $ 6450 

1977 Blazer, only 33,000 
miles $ 6950 

WE CAN 
LEASE YOU 
A LATE MODEL 
LUXURYCAR 
CALLOUR 
USED CAR DEPT. 

24 Month Warranty 

Available on most units 

BCAA |/ispections 

GLEN OAK FORD 
YATESATCOOK 
384-1144 Dealer 6616 

1171-tM 


DEMONSTRATOR 
1979 DATSUN 
Used as a Demonstrator only. 
This rteat little 310 2 door is now 
offered for sate. A Hatchback, 
forest green In color, also In¬ 
cludes radio, radial tires, all for 
$5,503 or nearest offer. Contact 
Michael Brine, McCallum 
Motors, 382-6122 or Res. 598-9061. 
Dealer 5603. 

79MALIBU WAGON 
Small 8 cyl. automatic. P/S, 
P/B, radio. Only 7,000 miles 
sIrKe it left factory! 

For more Info please contact 
DEREKOUINN 
Empress Pomiac Buick 
GMC LTD. 

Bus. 382-7121 Res. 656-5308 
_Dealer 5701_ 

Brand New Special 

79 Chev Impalla 2-dr Ht. V8. 
auto. PS, pb, lots of other op¬ 
tions too numerous to nr»entlon. 
Last year list price was $9,448. 
Now only $8,289. For prof^on- 
al Sales and Service see Dennis 
Tebb at C^NELL CHEV OLDS 
-7,477-0816.0 


385-5777,4 


L Dealer 681 A. 


80 MONZA COUPE 
Economy plus performance and 
style. V6 enoine, auto., P.S., 
P.B., rear defogper, dual sport 
mirrors, AM radio. All for only 
$6,495. For personal service con¬ 
tact Art Bo^, Cornell Chevro¬ 
let Olds Ltd., 385-5777, Res 
592-9301. Dealer 5378. 


CHEVETTE 

79 4 door, automatic, high output 
engine, 4,000 kilometers. Call Ed 
Grimstead at Millstream 
Chevrolet Olds, 474-1211 or Res. 
478-3220. Dealer 5831. 


1979 LTP WAGON. COUNTRY 

_ hertz RENTACAR 
Division Of Howbar Leasing 
38^4411 OPEN 7 DAYS WK 
Dealers License #6499 


DEMONSTRATOR 

Front Wheel Drive 1980 Chev 
Citation 4 Dr. H.B. BRIDGE ST. 
MOTOR CO. LTD. Dealer 5161. 
Bus. 388-5714, Res. 652-4244 


SAVE$$$ 

^ Coupe, load¬ 
ed, $7,249 Please call Don 
Samograd at Cornell Chev Olds 
385-5777or 721-5471. Dealer 5378. 


1980 RABBIT 

Only 7,600 km. AM/FM radio, 
sun roof. Still under feeforv war¬ 
ranty! Hoponthlsonel Call BOB 
MCMILLAN. 386-3516, Metro 
Toyota. Dealer 6290. 


1W0 FRONT WHEEL DRIVE 
Chevy Citation, 5500 KLM, 4 
sp^, 4 cylin^, power steerjng 
and brakes, other optlonais.'^ ap¬ 
prox 27MPG city, 38 highway. 
478-6103. 


79CADILLAC SEVILLE 

388-5714 Dealer 5161 652-4244 


DEMONSTRATOR 

l?8p Ford T-BIrd BRIDGE ST. 
motor CO. LTD. 388-5714. 
652-4244. Peeler 5161. 


1979 ACADIAN, 2 DOOR 
hatchback, standard, tilted 


brand new 1980 DATSUN 200 
SX, 240 km, 3 veer extended 
wjrrwitv. Many extras. $8095. 

1^ CORDOBA. FULLY LOAD- 
ed, T-ber roof, ex^lent condl- 
tlon, Reg 477-8411 or 656-5075. 

TRANS AM MINT CONDITION, 
^woohifjt^own. many options. 
$9200.479-9583._ 

79 TRANS AM, 9100 KILOME- 
ters, $8500. 382-0525, Marnate 
HoldinosLtd. Dealer ^71. 

79 ASPEN, 35 MPG, UNDER 


1979 MAZDA 626, 
5-speed, gold/ 2-i 
$6500 or best ^er. 


door hardtop. 
642-4046. 


C>6 

150 CMSFMtm 

A 

CHEVROLET 

OLDSMOBILE 


MONTE CARLO 

78 MONTE CARLO. Eco¬ 
nomical V6, automatic, 
power steering, power 
brakes, radio. Finished in 
metallic brown with black 
iandeautop. 

Only $6,350 

MALIBU 

77 MALIBU Classic. 2 
door, V8 automatic, 
power steering, power 
brakes, radio. Finished in 
maroon with maroon 
cloth trim. A popular 
model. 

Only $5,350 

CAMARO 

78 CAMARO Z28 V8 auto¬ 
matic, power steering, 
power brakes, power win¬ 
dows. Finished in maroon 
with matching cloth trim. 

Only $8,650 

DATSUN 

75 DATSUN B210 2 door 
Economical, 4 cylinder, 4 
speed. Less than 33,000 
miles. 

Only $3,450 

BLAZER 

78 BLAZER 2-wheel 
drive. V8 automatic, 
power steering, power 
brakes, radio. Finished in 
2-tone blue and white. 

Only $7,990 

ELCAMINO 

78 ELCAMINO SS. V8 
automatic, power steer 
ing, power brakes. Less 
than 38,000 kilometers. 
Finished In bronze with 
vinyl bucket seats. 

Only $7,295 

MOST CARS 
BCAAINSPECTED 

MON.-FRI. 
8:30a.m. - 9p.m. 
SAT. 9 - 6 

Millstream Chevrolet 
OldsmobileLtd. 

1730 Island Highway 
474-1211 
Dealer Lie. 0^5831 

LASTONE 

1979 Eldorado, loaded, brown ex 
lerlor with tan leather interior, 
no miles, reduced to $17,99S For 
more Information please call 
Hans Nielsen at 385 5777 Dealer 
• 5378. 


1979 BUICK REGAL LIMITED, 
beautiful, low mileage. Onr 
owner. Like new. Air condition 
power steering/brakes/win 
do^, custom wire wheel covers, 
and numerous other options 
Priced for quick sale at $897S 
721-5457, _ 

79 EL DORADO. LOADED, 2000 
miles, will finance or trade Also 
loaded Monza 5 speed. 479-1687 


79 HONDA, 12,000 KM., DARK 
blue. Excellent condition 
384-5867. 


1979 RABBIT. 5 SPEED, EX 
cellent condition, 8500 km, beiqe. 
2dOOr, $7600.658-1037. 


1S77.1978 


COLLECTOR'S CAR I 

1978 CORVETTE "INDY PACE 
CAR"withonlY4,600miles! This 
exclusive car Is fuliv equipped 
Hurry andpIxNie CHARLIE PE 
TERSON, now, for personal ser 
vice, at Empress Pontiac Buick 
GMC Ltd., 382-7121 or Res , 
592-0458. Dealer 5701. 


BLACK ON BLACK 

1978 Pontiac Phoenix LJ Sedan 
with rick black velour interior 
Only 22,000 KM. This premium 
car Is another exclusive with 
Charlie Peterson at Empress 
Pontiac Buick GMC Ltd., 
382-7121 or Res. 592^58 Dealer 
5701 


'78 LINCOLN 

Towne Coupe 2 dr fully equipped 
plus air and stereo One owner 
Victoria automobile with only 
I2,000mi. Immaculately kept 
and serviced. Priced to sell. OE 
PAPE MOTORS LTD. Indoor 779 
Pandora 384^5 Dealer S3i l 


•CATHY TARNOW 
EXCLUSIVE! 

'78 FORD FUTURA. 2 door, 6 
cylinder, automatic. Low miles, 
under warranty. Immaculate* 
$5895.382-7121. Enf>press Pontiac 
Buick GMC Ltd. Dealer 5701. 


1978 CHEVELLE MALIBU, 
only 23,000 km, automatic, 
power steering, power brakes, 
radio, tu-tone paint, radial tires 
A real one owner peach! Only 
$5995. Call me, GARY KANGAS. 
38^3516. Metro Toyota. Dealer 


RARE! 

'78 CAMARO Z28. 4 speed, only 
24,000 km. Mags, radiais, metal 
lie blue, power steering, power 
brakes. Hurry tor this one! Will 
accept trade! Only $8995. Call 
LES FAYLE, 386-3516. Metro 
Toyota. Dealer 6290._ 

77CELICAGT 

5 spd, am/fm, HB. radial tires, 
only 30,000 miles. $5995. Trades 
welcw>e. PAINTER MOTORS. 
3005 Douglas, 388-6196. Dealer 
5802. 


77ASTREH/B 

Mint condition, 33,000 rnhes, 
automatic! Please contact 
KARL KVESTER for more In 
formation, at Empress Pontiac 
Buick GMC Ltd. Dealer STOi. 


4X4! 

1977 TOYOTA Land Cruls 
speed, only 28,O()0 miles, < 
Ing, etc. The time Is right - 
the price, $6995. Call B 
HORMAN, 386-3516. M 
Toyota. Dealer 6290. 


1977 HONDA CIVIC, LOW 
mlleaije. clean, am/fm cas 
sette stereo, set of winter tires, 
lust recently tuned, $4200 or best 
offer. Call Mike, 477-5913 be- 
fw^5-6pm. 


1978 IMPALA STATIONWA 
pon. Immaculate. One owner 
Luxury^us fuel economy. Root 
rack, other extras. 24,000 miles 
^10,000 auto at only $5895 
598-1359 after 5pm. 


MUST SELL THIS WEEKEND, 
78 Toyota Corolla, brand new 
condition, only 12,000 miles. 
AM/FM radio, 4 speed, metallic 
brown, $3900 firm. 478-9973. 
John. 


LOW MILEAGE 
1977 TRIUMPH TR7. Like 
new with only 7,000 km. S 
price, $6995. Call COLl 
316-3516. Metro Toyota, r 
6290. 


77 HONDA H.B, SUNROOF, 
console, new tires and bat¬ 
tery-30,000 mlles-excellent con¬ 
dition; $4400 O.B.O. 592-3872 
after 4:30pm, 592-3171 









































































































































































































































































































C-7 

IN cinnasttf 


EDWARD 

motors ltd. 



If you are looking at Rab¬ 
bit, Honda or any of the 
front wheel drive cars on 
the market, you owe it to 
yourself to check out the 

1980§UBARUS 

* Hatchback 

★ Hardtops 

* Sedans 
■k Wagons 

★ 4 wheel drives 


79 T-BIRD landeau, fac¬ 
tory T-Bar roof, stereo, 
15,000 km only! New 
condition. $7,995 

79 MALIBU Classic 4 dr., 
2 tone metallic red 

$6,995 

79 CHEVETTE(S), 
choice of 3 four-doors, 1 
two-door, all auto¬ 
matics. From $4,895 

78 HONDA Civic hatch¬ 
back, yeilow, low miles 
$4,895 

78 CONCORD DL, top-of- 
the-line series, im¬ 
maculate, 6 cyl., AT, 
PS, PB $5,295 

76 MAVERICK, 6 cyl., 
auto., PS, beige, 
brown, vinyl roof. 
Super clean $3,995 

75 CHEVY Nova, small 
V8, PS, PB, auto., 
white w/biue vinyl roof 
$3,695 

75 CORDOBA, pretty car 
in metallic bronze 

$3,995 

SPORTY 

72 TR6, resplendent in 
new burgundy paint, 
newMichelins $4,995 

71 240Z, auto., metallic 
turquoise, mags, beau¬ 
tiful, iow miles $4,895 

Large Selection of BCAA 

inspected and recondi¬ 
tioned Quaiity automo¬ 
biles. 


EDWARD 

motors ltd. 


3319 Douglas 
(Opposite ICBC) 
Dealer 6605 384-1161 


ESTATE SALE. \977 DODGE 
Rovdl Mon«co. automatic, 
power brakes and steering, ex¬ 
cellent condition, under 46,000 
miles. Otters. 477-0039. 


1978 TRANS AM 6.6, POWER 
steerlng/brakes, AM I Track, 
power windows, tilt wtwel, and 
more, 13,000 miles. Immaculate 
condition. 88?00.478-1954. 


1978 TOYOTA COROLLA, ONE 
owner, lady driven, 20,000 miles, 
excellent condition throughout. 
Asking 83950. Call after 5pm 
598-2815 


1978 DODGE ASPEN 2 DOOR, 
custom model, automatic, 

K wer steering/brakes, 38,000 
r^xcellent condition. Asking 
S5200 or best offer . 388-4320. 


LATE MODEL 78 SILVER 
Honda Acc^ 2 door hatchback, 
as new, 9,000 miles, standard 


1977 DODGE ASPEN SPECIAL 
Edition wagon, 318. poww sTW- 
ing. po^ brakes, auton^lc, 
only 18^ miles. As new, 846». 


78 DATSUN 200SX, 14 MONTHS 
old, all options including fadorv 
cassette and rear louvers. 5- 


l«77 VOLARE STATIONWA. 
pon. power steering, power 
brakes, power windows, 6 cylin¬ 
der automatic, trailer hitch. One 
Family owner. 84,200.598-3728. 


TRIUMPH 

AAwing, must sell, low mileage, 
1977 TR7, most avallaMe op¬ 
tions. View at 1321 Sussex or 
phone 385-5669.16200. 


78 mustang II, POWER 
steerlng/brakes, V8 4-speed. 
AAA—FM cassette, radial TA's, 


low mil 


M cassette, radial . .. 
leage. 386^ after Spm. 


77 HONDA Cl VIC, 4-SPEED. 25,- 
000 miles, mags, radlals, 
sunroof, excellent condition. 
84100 or best offer. 595^14. 


1977 BLACK GREMLIN X, 4 
speeA po<w and economy, 6 
cylinckef, all <^lons. reasonably 


priced. 3 


1977 MAZDA HATCHBACK, 
white, standard transmission. 

owner. Tike new, 83200. To 
view call 4n-1064; 


MUST SELL 1978 VW RABBIT. 2 
door. 4 speed, radio, low mile¬ 
age. Consider small trade. Best 
offer 65A6864 or 4784008 


BLUE 78 HONDA CIVIC, LOW 
mileage, good condition, ask 
84000. C4“ " ■ 


I no 8400 
59^4133. 


Call after Spm. 


LATE MODEL,1978 FORD 
Pinto, 3 door automatic. 21,000 
miles, radio, 84100.385-6467 after. 
Spm 


1978 THUNDERBIRD, 
miles -" ‘ 


16,000 


miles, power brakes, power 
47!?M?.' sterea 86200. 


1978 HONDA ACCORD. 2-DOOR, 
5 speed, 14,000 miles, am/fm 


THUN 

moonroof. like new condition. 

mlj9s. sharpest car. 8S800. 
388-9155. 


\9n CAAAARO LT, T—ROOF, 
^automatic, tm deck, excel- 
lent condition. 65 Tm54 


77 FURY, BROWN. EXCEL- 
lent condition, 30,000 miles, 
headers, air shocks. 3854216. 


77 MONARCH GHIA. LOW 
n^les. Loaded. 85000. 479-3428 
after Spm. 


77 DATSUN 2 DOOR. LOW 
mMejp, good condition, 83500. 


i’!! HPNOA CIVIC HATCH- 
bagj^JpOO miles, radia 83700. 


LoaSiS. asking 




1977 CAMARO EXCELLENT 
condition, low mileage. Must be 
seen. 384-7506. 


78 CAMARO. EXCELLEffT 


77 BROV 


77 BROWN CHRYSLER NEW 
' ‘ 1.58,000km. 86500. 


LADY DRIVEN, 
great condition. 


1SI CMtmSAU 



vnew 

IMSIM 

nmne 


79 Volvo 244 DL. At. 

78 Volvo 245 DL, At. 

78 Volvo 242 GT, 4-spd. 
0/D 

77 Volvo 245 DL, At. 

76 Volvo 242 DU 4-spd., 
0/D 

76 245DUAL 
76 Volvo 242 DL,4-S|>d. 

76 Volvo245DUAL 
76 V0lVQ244DL,At. 

74 Volvo 164 E, At. 

74 Volvo 145, Auto. 

74 Volvo 145 E, 4-spd. 

73 Volvo 142 E, 4-spd., 
0/D 


BCAA TESTED 


BANKFINANCE 


382-6122 


Comer of Yates and Cook 
_Dealer 5603_ 

rsn 


DATSUN 

CENTRE 


79 DATSUN 

Automatic. Station wagon. 85695 

78 ACCORD 

Hatchback autonsatic 85995 

77 TOYOTA 

Pickup, 4 spaad 84995 

76 TOYOTA 

station wagon, auhxnattc 84295 

76 VOLVO 

station wagon, atrtomatic 87250 

76 DATSUN 

Pickup, automatic 84695 

74 VOLVO 

Station wagon, 4 Speed 84995 

72 HORNET 

Station wagon, eutomettc 82295 

70 DATSUN 

automatic 81695 

70 CORTINA 

Automatic i 8995 

soomiB 

381-5222 

AND 

FORI and HU BAY 

592-2471 

SAUNDERS ^ HITCHMAN 
1977 HONDA CIVIC HATCH- 

lantooodBISvsSffs^a^^ 


1971 HONDA CIVIC HATCH- 
b^^^. good condition. 84000. 

^ excellent 


4/spd. Phont ^1638 after «pm. 


1I7S-1I7I 


IMMACULATE 
LOW MILEAGE 

1976 Chevelle Melibu Classic 2- 

wlMyi rOOf ClO^TI 

Ptrmashint. 84500 firm. 
388^, 38M026. 

IMA6ACULATE 
75 Honda Clvk Hatchback. 48,- 
OM mllar - 


6^-^. 



76 CUTL 

barrel, r 
]ng.poe 

Ing, reer Ovragper, new exne 
system, euto reverse cesse. 
tape, 40 watts equellier boosts.. 

76BUICK REGAL 

4 dr. Immaculate oondlt!9P> oIt, 
pw, power door locks, tilt str¬ 
ing and mora. Asking 84,^5. 
BRITCE ST. MOTOR CO. LTD. 
3frP14,652-4244. Oaelar SUL 


1976 MONTEGO VILLAGER 
statl 


Ion wagon. 8 passenger, 
er steering, power brakes, 
po^ windows, cruise eowtrel. 


1976 HOf4DA CIVIC. 4-SPEEO, 
83000 firm. 3i^Yi 


385-0010 


1975 HONDA CIVIC HATCH- 

cellent*cSdlubn. fl3o"47&9S 


1976 MlNl, LOW Ml LE AGE. 
652-4929 


IN CAMfNUU 



77 ^O DIeMi, sunroof, air, 
^Isa controT. PW, laamar, Vk- 
torla m ownar, 15,000 ^ilas. 
Hurry for this ofia! 



79 4S0$L« 2 tops, all luxury and 
pow options. Metallic paint 
and kathar, 64100 miles. Bal¬ 
ance of fdctofv warranty. Gor- 
oaouscari 

79 Cadillac Seville DIesal 
79 Lincoln MKV.loeded 
3 LeBeron. Air, stereo, low ml. 
78 Unooln Toeme OMjpe, 124100 

2 Lemaro.6cyt.es new! 

77 volareW9n.6cvt.auto 

74 MZOatsun. sWd. 

73 BMW 2002. SunrocT. Clean. 

71 Rolls RovceComkheconv. 

71 Jaguar XJ6,4 dr. Nice! 

69 R^^oyca. 4 dr.. Silver 

Open 8: 38-5:30 Closed Set. 

DePAPE MOTORS LTD. 

I ndoors it.779 Pafxk)ra 
384-8035 Dealer. 531 1 


Won^g 


CAR CENTRE 

YATES AT QUADRA 


USEDCAR 
SPECIALS! 

79 Mustang $6344 

6 cylinder, auto., PS, ra^ 2- 
tone brown, daluxt trim. 

79Volare $4944 

One Owner, 6 cyl, economy 

78 Mazda 929 S.W. 

4 door, redials, A.T., 
tape, radio, 304»0 Kilo 


Light Grey 


$5944 


77 Accord $5744 

Hatchback - automatic 

Chrysler Luxury 
At an Affordable Price 
77 Cordoba—$5844 
A.C, AT. P.$..P.B., radio 
Vinyl top, w.w. tires 
Ivory/Beige Interior 

69 Datsun $744 

2door—4speed 

BANK FINANCING, 
INSURANCE, 
LICENCE PLATES 
ALLATOUR ONE STOP 
NEW AND USED CAR 
CENTRE 

386-6707 

Dealer No. 5668 

VAN TASTICI 

1976 CHEVY van. Power steer- 
.V' 5®*'**’ brakes. L.W.B.. 
'Boo^ Van." Behave vourW 
special, 84995. Call ROY 

COROLLA 1200 

}97S 4 cvl, 4spd. 2dr HT. rad with 
las, 388^196. Dealer 5802. 

LUXURY 

For the men that wants the best 
for less. 1976 Toronado fully 

197$ GRANADA GHIA, AUTO- 
rnahe, poe^ steering, power 
br^es. eleckk sunroof, digital 
cassette stereo, 
leather interior, excellent oondF 
tlon. 83750.656-7|g8. _ 

76 PONTIAC STATION 
wagon, poif^ swing, power 
brakes, eufomattc, new paint 
I®*** brt* . good oonditlen. 

1976 MATADOR BROUGHAM 
statlonwegcm. one owner, 29JQp 
original mlle^ like new coodT 
Hon, trel^jowlng peckega, 3tt 

TSOART 

318. V8, automatic, power steer- 

meM nw an oner — will accept 
trade. ED VARGA. 3i^3S16. 


M^To^a. Peeler 

MONTE CARLO 

1976 PINTO COUPE. BCON- 

264100 miles. Cell 
82600.__ 

76 FURY II STATION WAGON. 

BCAi^Esso approved. 84195. 
474-1397. _ 

1975 IMPALA. 2 DOOR. 398 CIO, 
axcallant condition. 82150. 


4 speed. 13“ ra^ls, rear 
wW/washar, clock, 43.060 
mrjjs^^llant condition. 


1976 DATjlUN HATCHBACK 

CLASSIC. EX- 

Ina powarlfeias?*?^ SSi 

r^al^ljindau roofr84400. 

jgjj^cvllndar, 4 ipeod. 12490. 


1^».OAT SUN710 EXCELLENT 
cor^tlon. 41400 miles. 4 spaed 
yyTjjytras. Asking 8270^ 


19760LOS OMEGA. V6.4 DOOR 
SPD^. moaMant fansily car. 40,- 
OMimlles. offers to 84200. 


76 FORD GRANAOE GHIA, 

‘ -Tilse, ra< ■ ‘ 

lor best ( 




etc. Must 
1I2-:- 


1976 TOYOTA CORONA SW, 
maroon, root reck. AM FM 
40,000 miles. 84500. 

W6 DODGE DART SLANT 6. 
204100 rnllM. excellent condition, 

“ *2850 or best offer. 


condition. 

478-6*^ 


IN COSmSAU 


SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 

IN CARSmSAU 



TOYOTA 


ESSKUaiK 

IBfECIED 

niie 

Used Can! 
ism 

SPEH! 

1978 CAAAARO Z28. Like 
new condition. 4 speed, 
power steering, power 
brakes, mag wheels, 
radio. 

$8995 


LEASE! 

AIL MAKES 
Domelltaiiilliivort 

MW 

PerliU 

SPECIAL 


3-PCE.CUSTOM- 
AAADE.DRAPESHIRE 
SUIT BY 

RON WELLS WITH 
EACH LEASE 


ECONO [01 
City Jested 
Units! 




386-1711 


OPEN FROM 
8a.m.-9p.m. 
SAT.8a.m.-6p.m. 

100% Bank Financing 

38^3516 


METROTOYOTA LTD. 

645FINLAYSON 
(Acrou from Woodwards) 
DEALER 6290 



mm 


BEAI^IFUL 75 RIVIERA. 
compleW poeMf equipped, im- 


JJJg/l^jgJ^ltlon, must sell 

•maculate, one owner 

1976 Celke GT. 5 speecL very low 
mMjj^e. Must seTl. 86300. 

^CAAAARO RALLEY SPORT. 
M0j^ 4 ipeed, T-top, must see. 
86000 or b^ offer .»6-5176 

76 RABBIT DELUXE, 4 SPEED, 

1«* CHEVROLET IMPALA, 
t?l li?! ®^*‘®** owner. 

19U TRANS AAA. 400 MOTOR. 
W power windows, 

stMrkiBa 2 ooof# 

^ .W"*^'** ^RINA SEDAN. 

e^Nmf condmoa automatic 
tow mlleege. 6564365. _ 

1976 PLYMOUTH STATION 
wogon^otsot extras. 83600. 
Phone 3t^2725. _ 

1976 TORINO ELITE. 44,000 
m Iw. Good condition. 83500. 
721-3073._ 

IT? VALIANT. 4 DR. SEDAN, 
48,000 miles. 

CHEV NOV^ 4 

1976 PLYAAOUTH FURY STA- 
♦lonwagMjjj^Oood condition. 

iin-if74 


MONTE CARLO 


I’TIY?' console, euto, swivel 
buckets. PW, atoctrk m roof, 
black with burgundy Interior. 


LADIESI 

VW Beetle. Excel- 
leot oonditW well maintained 
and very hard to findl OnTy 

jrour^oonvmtonot. Metro Tovo- 

73BUICKCENTURY 

»400 wiginel miles. One owner. 
V8. auto, PS, pb, radio, defroster. 
Asking 82995. BRIDGE ST. 


73Chevlmpald 

4DrHdt 

For information phone J. 
Hawthorne 382-1033 weekdays. 


1980 

IN OytSNISIU 



m 


VSOOkM 

VOUCAN 

EimCTA 

OaCATOCAL 

motioonNEu. 


76 NOVA 

6 cyl. euto, full power 
$2995 
PLUS 

78 TRANS AM 

4 spd., mint 

75 FURY 

Grandesedan 

78 NOVA 

Sadan, fully equippad 

73 APOLLO 

Six cylinder, 40,000 original 
miles 


76 CADILLAC 

MftSi'XSir ,. 

78 TORONADO 

Loaded, low mileege 

73VALIANT 

Low milage, mint 

77SUBURBAN 

Air. dean unit 

75CHEVVAN 

"One ton", fuliv equipped 

79 CUTLASS 

SUPREME, History supplied on 
requ^ 

75 CUTLASS 

Supreme. 334)00 mils — Like 
new 

Plus Many more 
All our Units 



CREDIT 
Good or Bad 

WHOCARES 
WE FINANCE 
NO CO-SIGNERS 

Let US help re-fstebllsh your 
credit. Sedated, dlverced, old- 
age pen^oner, single male or 
fw^to. You qualify. Buy and 
pay at sama location. Cars from 
8190 down and paymants as low 
astiOwaekly^. 

CHARGEX ACCEPTED 

Instant 

"NO-RED-TAPE" 

CREDIT 

Walk In, Drive Out 

3M20ak$t. 30^4305 

WWVERWIE 

76COURIER truck auto, 
wagon 

75 PI_NTOwagon auto., P.S. 

IDA HBauto. 4,m mile*. 


74 HONDA F 
73 DODGE S„.._ 

71 TOYOTA Corolle 

7 DAY MONEY BACK 
GUARANTEE 

[pacinc] 


PEUGEOT 


385*1451 DB«ltr5253 
Blanshard at Johnson 


VI. AUTO. EXCEL- 
NC , g6|03t5. 3342 Oak St. 




73 CHEVEL^ LAGUNA HT, 


Peeler 5260. 


Are Open to Offers 

Call REG YONAN 
For more 
informafion: 
or BILL BOND 
385-5777 

OPEN 

MON.-FRI.9-9 

SAT.V-5 

Finiayson and Burnside 
385-5777 Deaier537B 

COROLLA SR5. 
^autTfvl 9ondltl®n. six steal- 
^Ited ^Tta wall Mlchallns. 
8^ or bast offer. 99S4130,ava- 
nin^. 

^^KE ME AN OFFER . 
and 1 won't refuse. 73 /Monte 
C^lo. axcHlant condition. 45,000 
toH^_2 door hardtop. 
83S00or bastoNar. 3IS475S. 

1974CHRYSLER NEWPORT, 19 
miles par gallon highway. Ex- 
cHlant condition. Power st^- 

74 MAZDA STATION WA(X)N, 

LEAVING COUNTRY, 74 
Toyota Corolla SW, wood grain, 
mags, 4-cvllndar 2000cc, new 
tires, exhaust, front shodi* plus 
«lr pack rjrar shocksTtape. 
radto^. view at 18^ 

Helmcken. 479-2788. 

73 OATSUN 510,2 DOOR. MOOI- 
fM 1600,4 mags and new 

tires, new clutch aog pressure 

1973 CHEVELLE MALIBU, 
good condition. 390. 2 door, new 
firM, nftt brakes and tuna-up. 

XU&i****' 

ECONOLOT 

'73 TOYOTA ^RONA 4 door, 
automatic, 82995. '67 AUSTIN 
AMERICA, 814100 — OR CLOS¬ 
EST OFFER! JOHN HORA. 

Jgtro Econolot, 386-1711. Doalar 


73 PLYMOUTH FURY 11,318 V8, 

niJLSii"*"- """• 

1^ SATELLITE SEBRING, 
V8, power steering, power 
^akas. an^ lust ovarhaulad. 
In exoHlant condition through¬ 
out, 81700.38S4QS3. 

1973 CHEVROLET l/MPALA, 2 

74 CAAAARO 

350 auto, PS, pb, air, 84195. 
Trades welcome. PAINTER 

door automatic, power staarfna 

74 VEGA, STANDARD. GREEN 
sedan, radto, axcHI^ b^ In¬ 
to^ and tlras. tot^ to^. 80. 
81075 or near .^1-3129. 

1973 CHRYSLER NEWPORT, 
exacutiva car, oomgany malrv 
talnad all pomrotmon Includ¬ 
ing air oonditlonlfw. Call Baftv 
Jwlor at 388-9141 betwaan 
8;3()am.-Spm. 

324)00 ORIGINAL MILES, l/M- 
ma<x<lato Iml^/out, one owner. 

1974 MUSTANCi 11, AUTO- 
matlc, 47,000 miles, beautiful 

1974 VOLVO 145 WAGON, EX- 
capttonal oondiffon, automatic, 
futl Inlactad, low mllaaga. 
am/tm radki^ roof-rack, ate. 
W9W firm, (fall after 6:pm. 
478 8801. 

BLACK 73 AMX 401, AUTO. 

1974CCXJGARXR7 
Powtrstoarlna power brakes— 
car ntyetba saanl 0^ U995 and 
won't last long! Call GARY 
KA^^ER, 31^16. /Metro 
Toyota. Oaalar 6380. 

82700 or bast o)^. 4X^72. 

73 METEOR, VO AUTOMATIC 

6n*3865^'®®® *i'»50. 

74 MUSTANG GHIA, V6. 4 
spe^ axcHlantcondItlon, cav 
to 83J00. 

After 4pm, 995-0093. 

1973 PLYMOUTH SATELLITE, 
Slant 6 automatic. 64,000 mllM, 
bj^uN|tol^^dmon, must be 

74 GREMLIN X. DARK 

rvfS5J!?:‘‘5#xirmfigr2i.t 

^■Tiso"?SSS:3a!S,.‘SS! 

nings. 

GREEN 1873 TOYOTA CELICA. 

< spggd standard transmission. 

19W FIRBBIRD FORMULA 400. 

P.B., radio. Govern- 
nf>#m rMtVCL 

(Hxra Eng Truck Salas 
^ Pwtorg5144 

2810A Rodi Bay Ava. 3U-3054 

1?!^ BOBCAT 3 

door Runabout, 4 cvlln^ auto- 
matto, axcail^ condition. wHI 
maintain^. $1850.998-7142 

W4 PLY/MOUTH ^TELLITE 
wagon, V8 318, ntw^akas. tour 


74CHALLENGER R/T 

380 autoimatic, J&AM miles, Im- 
mjejHata, offer* on $4950. 


73 CHEV IMPALA, 2 DOOR, 
automatic, power staarlng. 

73 AUD1100 LS 

Front wt^ drive, auto. Clean 
car. SPECIALITY MOTORS, 
381 5544ar38S-7733. Dealer 6888. 

URGENT SALE. 74 AMC 
wagon, good Inside and oid, 6 
^^llwr auto, tIOOO firm. 

1974 6 CYLINDER SPORTA- 

19n NOVA, 4 DOOR S^AN. 6 
ginsdar^^g^tlc 62lM miles. 

1973 PINTO SQUIRE WAGON. 4 
sj^^ radial tire*. $1550. 

1»73 TOYOTA CELICA. 4 

74 COMET, 3-OOOR 4<YLIN- 

n DATSUN 4I« 4 DOOR, 7®^ 

1974 GTO HATCHBACK. 390 4- 
spaad, good mllaaw t^partor- 
maoot. S498S. Call474-5wr^ 

1^ or ^last 

1974 THUNDERBIRD, WHITE, 

742 0<X>R PLYMOUTH SATEL- 

ISn SSISt!**’* 

U CHEV CAPRICE. 4-DOOR 

sasssasar,.*"*^'**'""- 

73 ASTRE 4 SPEED, NEW 
braids, soma rust. S950. 

i^ENTU^ 21^. ^ 
^to^xcHlam conditlan. t24M. 

74 COMET. AUTOMATIC. 

1974 MAZDA RX4 STATION 

sse5bsai!c'4sr'’'“'- 

im OOOCE DART, EXCEL- 

63sng!gftJSi,S!a 

1974 NOVA SS HATCHBACK, 
•JJjll^gV^dltlon. Asking 

ITTI DpOOECOLT J C»OR, JS.- 


im-iiTi 

}9n OATSUN, AUTOMATIC, 
^kh^ SI200. Phone Dave 

n CHARGER SE, REBUILT 
383, cam, headers, stHIconvar- 
♦or, rebuilt transmission with 
shift kit, casaatt* and 40 watt 
acMilzar, new mags and tires. 

S3500 obo. 383-0524 or 

1974 PINTO STATipNWA(K>N, 
0^ ooncitton. 83400. 

1974 T<)YOTA im VERY DE- 
gimdabla. 81400 or offers. 

72 DUSTER 

2 Mt., buckets, consol*, air 




W1 C>OOGE DART OEAAON. 
340. automatic, powar staarlng, 
axcallant condition, one owner. 

ford TORINO. $750. 
301-6156. 

1974 CE LICA GT. |3400 F1 RM. 
478-5211^ 

1971 PLYMOUTH WAGON 
with 318 motor In good condition. 
Offers. 998-5684. 

73 CORVETTE. GOOD SHAPE. 
87500. Phona 3850809. 


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Mercedes-Benz 

PORSCHE 


m 


1 

Four-door sedan 
automatic, radio 


80 MUSTANG 
GHIA 
80 BUICK 
SKYLARK 
80 FAIRMONT 
WAGON 
80 HORIZON 
79 RENAULT 
LECAR 
79 DATSUN 510 
WAGON 
79 DATSUN 
PICKUP 
79 DATSUN 
HATCHBACK 
79 VOLARE 
78 MERCEDES 
240 0 

78 DODGE 
DIPLOMAT 
77 MERCEDES 
300D 

77 DODGE 
ASPEN 
77 DODGE 
PICKUP 
76 MERCEDES 
450 SEL 

76 MERCEDES 
300D 

76 VOLVO 
WAGON 
75 MERCEDES 
300 0 

75 COMET 
74 DODGE 
DART 
73 VW 
CAMPER 
71 MERCEDES 
300SEL6.3 
71 DATSUN 510 
67 CADILLAC 

OPEN TIL6P.M. 

Government 

at 

Hillside 

3854737 

Peeler 5053 

1971 PLYMOUTH FURY III. 48,- 
000 mile*, V8. ppwer steering, 
pM^ brakes, 4 door, redials 
wlntor and summer, excellant 
caodltton, sisoo. 477-4041 aft^ 
Spm. 


SHOWCAR 

Tl El Camino, 327 hi pc. .. 
manca. Emerald Grean. Mint 
condHton. 16900.658-11^ 


Aftor 6,477-0964. 


71 LTD STATION WAGON, TOP 
condition, 899$. Suotr Motors 
Ltd, 2531 Govarnment St, 
305-0031. Daalar 5015. Afftr 
n^s: 382-1559. 


72 PONTIAC PARISIf NNE HT, 
3342 Oak St. Oaalar 5260. 




1971 DATSUN 510 STATION 
wagor^ axcoltont conditton, with 
snow tirasy radto. traitor hitch, 
4M^m7la*, asking 82300. 

URGENT MUST SELL. 1972 
Cortina. 2 door, automatic, 
radio, low rriMfage. Exc 
cw^flon. 81600 or r ‘ 


omatic, 

xcollem 

St ofTw. 


'72 DATSUN 24gz, S2999; '71 
DUSTE R. 6 cvtlndir. automatic 
8199S. Phona JO^HN PARK, 
306-1711, Matro Econo Lot, 
Daalar 6290. _ 

1972 GRAN STATjON 


wagon. C toap. 
•flNT^NUt ^ 


1971 FORD COUNTRY SQUIRE 

MUST SELL 1972 TOYOTA 
Corolla, axcalwitcondmon. Low 

5a^;figy 


72 PONTIAC LEMANS 400 
machanicai 
Asking t2r 


/z run I lAC. Lew 
wagon, axceilant m 


1972 PLYMOUTH CRICKET, 4 
tto»r^4XI0 mitos, bast offer. 

72 340 DUSTER, HEADERS, 
lint. ft995 obo. 




1972 MERCURY MONTHOO. 2 

wjppc |V9I fwwfVO* 

!?-fJWTPj 4 CYLIN.Of 

?!.T9ryA_».PPO»« « 

1972 SUPER BEETLE. 50.540 
gkj^tlp top condition. 83295. 

LOW MILEAGE, 1972 TOYOTA 
Cwone, beautiful option In- 
slde and out, 81600.479-7w. 

'200 FASTBACK. 
j^la^. 8650 Otters or trade. 
383-6777. 


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38S2419 

TEST» 


GASor DIESEL 

QUALITY 

USED 

79 Firebird 
79 Jeep 4x4 
78 Buick Turbo 
78 Corvette L82 
78 Honda Civic 
77Chevelie2dr 
77 Buick Regal 
76Chevlmpala 
76 MG Midget 
75 Datsun 280Z 
75 Datsun B210 
74 Toyota Ceiica 
74 Toyota Corolla 
73 BMW Bavaria 
72 MG Midget 
71 Toyota 4x4 winch 
70AAercedes250C 
70 Mercedes 250 4 dr. 


GEI-W 

CAMPER 

DOWNTOWN AT 

SPEEDWAYS 
MOTORS LTD. 

971 YATES ST. 
at VANCOUVER 

Dealer Licence 
>fo. D-S180 

385-2415 

71 PONTIAC STATION 
Wagon, good condition, all 

MUST SELL 1971 OATSUN. 
new redial tires, tune-up, new 
battery. 8900 or best offer. 
656-1802. _ 

1972 DODGE DART, 318. P.S.- 
P.B., vinyl top. 40"x40" sunroof, 
pert new Interior, tinted gless. 
822$0or best offer . 478-3788 

GREAT GAS SAVER. 1971 AUS- 
tln 1800, standard, super condi- 
tlM, tow mileege. one owner, 
offers on $1700.38F79S2 after 4. 


72 PLYMOUTH STATION 
weoon, power steerina power 
automatic good co^- 
tlon. 388-5004. _ 

71 BUICK 2 DOOR HARDTOP, 
vinyl roof, 350 automatic. tMtod, 
gmdrubbar. S1S9S. Must sell. 

1972 MAZDA 101, 4 DOOR, 
good condition, racent valve 

fKn.jg377^ *'*"*^" 

^COUGAR XR-7, GOOD CON- 
dltton, metallic Ivy green, white 
vinvl roof, 83600 or best offer. 
478-9486 _ 

72 CHEV MALIBU 4 DOOR, 
good interior and exterior, 70J)00 
miles, needs valve replacement. 
Serious offers only. 477-8S04 

72 TOYOTA COROLLA GOOD 
—dtton, good nsileeoe, Plonaer 
deck. 81200 orbest otter. 




1971 MERCURY MONTEGO, 
blue, two dw, air cp^ttoning. 
OojyoneffFjn^sklng 81800 or 

71 COUGAR AUTOMATIC, 
p^MT^steerlna power brakes. 

1972 PINTO DELUXE, RUNS 
vgl^jvaeds body work, 8700. 

72 MUSTANG GRANDE, 49J100 
lad^^^drlven miles, 82795. 


1971 VOLKSWAGEN FAST- 


I. asking 81600.2944 


iROLLA, EX- 
■ 81t95or 


71 VW BUG, CLEAN AND RE- 

71 VW SUPER BEETLE. WIN- 
ter ttrec 6 nms, heedar, excel- 
tontoondltton.821fl0!479^1$9 

71 international SC^T 




condition. t9S0or < 


1972 VOLKSWAGEN BEETLE, 
tuned up, wHh new battery, new 
mufftor, act. 82250.385^. 

LV’ . PA Y.MOUTh deluxe 

***7a». 

Good conditton. 383-2235._ 

1972 BLUE AND WHITE ME- 
teorRldaeu900.65^3037. 

72 MAZDA ORANGE 4 DOOR 
sedan, 81100.5^13_ 

71 DODGE STW. NEEDS 

brakes. 8590. 99S-7B68 _ 

RENAULT 16 FOR SALE. 8500. 
Needs work. 38^6105. _ 

72 TOYOTA COROLLA 1600, 
8700 or best Offer. 385-7288. 

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VEHICLES HAVE A 
CROWN SEAL. 
lYR. WARRANTY ON 
THE POWERTRAIN! 
CHECKOVERTHESE 
SELECTED UNITS — 
FOR YOUR OWN 
PEACE OF MIND! 

78FUTURA,A/T 85895 

75 MONTE CARLO (Air) 84895 
77 VOLARE, A/T 84995 


79 MALIBU Won. 


8499S 

87895 


OPEN 

Mon.-Thurs., 9-9 
Fri-Sat.,9-6 
»67 Douglas at Topaz 
382-7121 _Deicer 5701 



An Immaculate 
Selection Of 

Pre-Owned Automobiles 

79 Datsun 210 

HB 4 spd., 4 cvi., radio, 8500 km 

72 DATSUN 1200 

A/T, radio—Priced to SHI 

72 ELDORADO 

Fully equipped, excHlent cond. 

385-4444 

24 MONTH WARRANTY 
Bank Financing OAC 

854 Pandora at Quadra 

Parking In Rear Dealer 6690 


Every Used Car 

CARRIESA 

METRO HONDA 
WARRANTY!! 

Every Used Car 

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388-6921 

(NEXT TOTHE ARENA) 

2151 Blanshard 

Dealer 5876 


69 AUSTIN AUTOMATIC, NICE 

throughout, 8695. Super Motors 
Ltd, 2538 Government St, 
385-0031. Dealer 5015. After 
hours: 382-1559. _ 

1969 CHRYSLER NEWPORT. 2 
door, hard top, automatic, power 
steering, power brakes, snow 
tires, good running condition. 
8950 or bwt offer. ^-6887. 

1964 FURY, 383 V8, PUSHBUT- 
ton autometk, tettod til Feb. 18. 
1981. Runs excellent. Nice condi¬ 
tion. 8650 or best otter. RicK. 
595-3368._ 

70 MACH I. 351 CLEVELAND. 
Hollev, cam, headers, shift kit. 
377 ^1. TA's, rollbar, etc. Ex¬ 
cellent condition, 84,200. 
652-9329. 

65 AUSTIN 1100, BLACK WITH 

gold plnstriplng, cam. header, 
Cooper S transmission, dual 
^U’^s, sunroof. 8500. Kelly 
478-0991._ 

69 DDDGE DART GT V-8. ONE 
owner. Stock steH styled wheels. 
Have maintenance records. Ex 
cHlent condition. 82600. Phone 
652-4536, after 5:30 pm._ 

67 CANSO 327. 12’/j-1. TURBO 
400, 12 bolt posl. Custom paint 
and upholstery, braided line, lots 
ofenrome. Everything new. 
85000 or offers. 385-4704 aher 1 

'67 COUGAR, AUTOMATIC, 
son roof. 82W. '73 CELICA 4 
spaad, white, 82999. Phone 
GRANT, 386-1711. Metro Econo 
Lot, Daalar 6290. _ 

MUST SELL 66 FORD FALCON 
sports coupe, W. auto. buckH 
seats, 8695 or oN^s. Phone after 
5^ Mturday. All day Sunday or 
Monday 47»*e08i__ 

1964 GALAXIE STATIONWA 
gon, power steering, power 
brakes, radlals, good tor hauling 

66 GALAXIE 500, 2 DOOR 

hardtop, new 428, new automatic 
transmission, mags and many 
extras. 81500 or best otter. 
592-2106. _ 

54 PONTIAC 4 tX)OR SEDAN 
dHuxe. good running order. 51 
Chew 4 door dHuxe, restore- 
able. Two 56 Mercs 4 door hard 
top*, restoreable. 478-2833. 


67 CHEV CAPRICE, RUST 
fra*, mechanically soui^buck- 
H seats, consol* shift, m auto¬ 
matic runs wHI. S525.477-9935 

1965 RAMBLER CLASSIC, 4 
door, 6 evlindar, automatic, lust 
tested. 2nd owner. Comfort with 
economy. 8350 or best offer. 
652-4862 

195 DATSUN PL510 2 DOOR 
NWto®* Ptvs two mounted 

70 PONTIAC, CX>00 RUNNING 
condition, offers on 8750. Can be 
vitwed at 538 Hillside Ave. Aton- 
day-Saturday, 8:30-4:30pm. 

5.15, All., 

63 PONTIAC PARISIENNE, 2 
door hard top, axcelient condi¬ 
tion throughout, city tested. 
479-9454. 

1969 OATSUN 510. TESTED, 
good condition, tiboo or besi 
offer. 478-7181 between 
4pm-7|)m. 

1968 CHEVY NOVA, 2 DOOR 
hard top, small V8, automatic, 
tested, $1300 or best offer. 
652-3864. 

RARE 1957 PLYMOUTH BEL- 
vld^ 2 door coach, beautiful 
^wW^gmpletHv originai. 

1970 COROLLA TOYOTA, 
Clean, good tread, 4 speed, 2 
W%81 O'*' mileage, 81250. 

VERY RARE 1954 BUICK, 
completely original, 30,000 
mUe^Int condition. Ask 8SOOO. 

1970 CORTINA, REBUILT 
clutch, new exhaust system, re- 

8^3£^‘' 

1965 <^D5 F8$ DELUXE, 120,- 
000 miles, no rust, five excHlent 
lust test¬ 
ed. 1690.999-7467. 

M BUICK SKYLARK 425 OLDS, 
headers, chromles, new rubber, 
air shocks, bucket seats. 8950. 
477-0454. 

1951 PLYMOUTH 4 DOOR, 
body and paint excHlent, runs 
well, 8800. Must be seen. 
112-7484&8or 7408330. 

1957 PACKARD STUOABAKER 
Station Wagon, the only know 
one. Original condition. 84S00. 
385-9607. 

1959 CHEV. WAGON, EXCEL- 
lent mechanical mape, great tor 
camping. Must be seen. Best 
offer. 38MS01,592-8063 

1966 CHEVELLE MALIBU. 2 
door hardtop, 283 stock, mags, 
automatic, offers to 81900. 
384-5445. 































































































































































































































































































































































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PREMIUM USED 

80 Skylark Sdn. $8695 

80CouoarXR7 $9^5 

79 Capri Ghia $6995 
79 Blazer $8995 

78 Lincoln MkV $18,950 
77 Cordoba $6495 

77 Skylark Sdn. $6195 
77 Pinto Squire Wgn. $4495 
76 Jimmy 4x4 $6995 

76 Corolla 1600,2 dr. $3295 
75 Duster Cpe. $3695 


UPTO60 MONTH 
SCOTIA PLAN 
FINANCING 
AVAILABLE. O.A.C. 


Douglas Volkswagen 
Ltd. 

3329 Douglas Street 

388-5466 

Dealer 5100 

1969 BUICK 350 GS, POWER 
steering, power brakes, radlals, 
2 snow tires included. S1500 or 
best offer, 477-1940 after 4pm. 


1968 DODGE CORONET. 1 
owner, po^ steering, power 
brakes, automatic V 8 318, radio, 
clean. 656-3203 


68 NEWPORT, 2 DOOR. 88,000 
miles, 383—likes Oas, tested 
NOV. 80 View 5-7pm, 3512 Blan 
shard South 5490. 


1969 FORD FAIRLANE STA- 
tion wagon, excellent condition, 
clt^ tested, $1195 offers. 


1967 COUGAR, APPROX. 36,000 
miles on rebuilt 289 engine, 
newer paint, ex^lent condition, 
$2250. Lana 595-^7 after 6 . 


1955 STUOEBAKER PRESI- 
dent, new paint, 60,000 original 
miles. $1,500 or best offer. 
385-7194,384-0575. 


69 FIREBIRD CONVERTIBLE, 
new top. radial tires, exceliwt 
condition, $3000. 656-2084 after 
5:30pm or weekends. 


1966 DODGE POLARA, 2 DOOR 
hardtop. Power steering, brakes 
and windows. Excellent condi- 


CONVERTIBLE 
1967 Chevelle Malibu, new top. 
new tires, 3 speed standard. 
mechanIcalTv excellent. 652-1276 


1968 FORD XL, 2 DOOR HARD- 
top, bucket seats, beautiful con¬ 
dition. Tested. Must sell. Best 
offer 479 2293. 


1970 RENAULT SIMCA. 4 
speed, standard, 99JOOO original 
miles. Excellent running condi- 
tion $900 or best offer . 3864P26. 


MUST BE SOLD 69 VOLXSWA 
gen Beetle. Good condition. Ail 
reasonable offers considered. 
6^7133 


69 COUGAR XR-7, 351-W EN- 
glne, many extras: headers, 
mags. Recently spent $1000. bllfs 
topfoye. $3250.3*4-8^. 


66 CHEVY II. 283. 4 BARREL, 
dual exhaust, m«^ more. $2600 
or closest offer. 4^2391 


66 BEAUMONT WAGON NEW 
paint, tires and chrome rims. 
Must be seen. $2800.217 Creese. 


1955 HOLIDAY 88 OLDSMO- 
blle. some rust, restorable. 
Offers. 642 5952 after 6 pm. 


68 CAMARO, 396 4 SPEED, 
o^s on $6000. 592-2845 before 


1970 CORONET, CLEAN. DE- 
pendable transportation. Any 
reasonable offer. 388-7648. 


1963 CHEVY 11 .6 CYCLINOER, 
4^^ excellent corHNtlon. $800. 


1951 FORD BUSINESS COUPE, 
- mechanically. $ 2200 . 




1968 CAMARO 4 SPEED 
trans. Rallev wheels^noengine. 
652-2963 after 6 , fiM724 days. 


f VOLKSWAGEN, 
needs motor, good body andin- 
twior. 656-3669 evening^ only. 


69 MUSTANG, IMMACULATE, 
^w p^iV^^w brakes. Best 


1969 CORTINA, 4 DOOR, AUTO- 
mahc^tew mileage, asking $650. 


69 BEAUMONT 4 DOOR, V 8 
^omatlc, $1300 or offers. 


1970 VAUXHALL VIVA, ME- 


ItMFORDFALCON.SEMI OE- 
luxe, 6 cylinder, stared, top 
condition. $15«. 658-8801 


1970 BUICK ESTATE WAGON. 


55 T-BIRD, EXTRA ENGINE 
aj^r||ns, offers on $ 12 , 000 . 


67 T-BIRD. BODY GOOD CON- 
dltlon, Interior good, must sell. 
$2000080 385-3Sr 


COUGAR XR 7. 1967, LEATH- 
er Int^lor. 57,000 miles, stock. 
$5500 firm. 386-8045, after 5. 


67FIREBIRO 


IJ*4 VALIANT, OEPENO- 
able, economical, 2 door, $850 
firm. 656-3474.656^064 


OLKSWAGEN, NO 
y but very reliable, $350. 
1384-4928. 


1970 DODGE SWINGER, 2 
door, au^atk slant 6 . $1000 or 
Closest offer . 656-4206. 


1970BUICK RIVIERA 
Immaculate, low miles on rare 
nx)del.$3450.479-7491. 


1965 CORVAIR MONZA. IM 
maculate condition, $1500 firm. 
656-5430. 


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75 MAVERICK, 6 , auta $3,495 

74 DODGE Charger U49S 

74CHEV.lmpala $2J95 

74 PINTO Squire Won. $2,495 

74 FI AT 128 $1,595 

73 CHRYSLER New Yorker, 

^ MONTEGO SW $1,495 

70 FIREBIRD. 8 . auto. $2,895 

69DART,^autO. $1,795 

PLUS AGOOO SELECTION 
OF TRUCKSANDCARS 

Ml^KE RO. (GlenLakcl 
478-5011 _OMlerS450 


YATES 

AUTO 


Conservative Prices 
Liberal Trade-Ins 
Social Credit 
No down payment OAC 

79 Firebird 
78 Formula Firebird 
77 Cutlass Supreme 
77EIComlno 
76Toronado 
75Camaro LT 
73 Charger SE 

"LETSGETTOGETHER" 
YATESAUTOSALES 
388-7722_Dealer 5268 

1979 CHEV CHEVETTE, 4 
door, auto, pb, AM radio, elec- 
h^ear defogger, 13,200 miles. 

1979 Chey Caprice Classic, 4 
door, auto, ps/pb, AM radio, 
electric rear defroster, 26,906 
mlles.$5^. 

1979 ChevMallbu, 4 door, auto, 
p^j^. AM radio, rear defogger, 
20.»0 miles. $5400. 

1 YR, 204)0OKM WARRANTY 
INCLUDED WITH EACH 
OF THE ABOVE VEHICLES 
FOR YOUR PROTECTION 
Tllden Rent A Car 
Dealer Dealer •6365C 


386-1213 


green with cream vinyl roof. 351 
CiD V 8 , power steering, power 
brakes, automatic, radio, 16,000 
miles, $5700 er nearest written 
offer. 1979 GMC too van in 
show room condition. 350 CID 
V 8 , power steering, power 
brakes, automatic, 14,000 miles. 


77 COUGAR XR7, $5995. 74 
Buick hardtop, $31%. 71 Ford 
LTD, $695. 71 Buick 4 door hard¬ 
top, $1795. 70 Maverick. $ 6 %. 69 
Buick Riviera, $3495. aTChev 
pickup. $1195. 67 C«W, $1795. 
77 VoTare wMon, $4^ 76 Chev 
4x4. $5495. TTOodge 4x4, $6495. 
JC Motors, 837 YafM St. Dealer 
5011.384-0921._ 

1980 4 DCX)R CHEV MALIBU 
Demo. Low mileage. No decent 
offer refused. 478-4398, 385-5777 
ask for Rick Hutchinson. ALSO: 

INDY PACE CAR 
CORVETTE 


TRANSPORTATION 

1972 Volkswagen 422 Wgn, auto., 
$1J85. 1972 Fiat 128, $1,550. 1974 
Austin Marina. $1,485. 1974 
Astre, auto., $1,475. 384-1721, 
592-3121. Sports & Classic Cars, 
640 Hillside. Dealer 5433. 


CONVERTIBLE 
One Owner 1966 Ambassador 
convertible. Locally owned and 
serviced. Collectors or Fun 
Lovers. Dale Peddle 383-5771 
S 8 iH Datsun Centre, Dealer 
5059A. _ 

1970 PONTIAC LEMANS 350 
Station wagon, 84,000 mllas, 
equalizing hitch, electric 
brakes, transmission cooler, 2 
snow tires on rims, new tranv 
mission, good mechanical condi- 
tion,$975.478-1527._ 

1966 BEAUMONT SPORT DE 
luxe 2 door hard top, bucket 
seats, console automatic, 283 V 8 , 
very clean. Asking $2450, will 
consider motorcycle or small 
car In trade. Phone Bill S98-37U 
or 477-9132._ 

1966 CORTINA, RED, VERY 
clean Inside/outside. New clutch 
and complete tune-up In Janu¬ 


ary. Michelin tires. Excellent 
transporiaflon. $950 firm. Call 
between 11anrv-9pm 384-4037 ex- 
cept Sundays. 

68 CYCLONE 

2 dr. Ht, low rider, fastback, 390 
c.I.d., nice ma« and tires. SPE- 
CIALTY MOTORS 381-5544. 
385-7733. Dealer 6033. 

65 BEAUMONT 

2 dr HT Sport Deluxe 6 cyl. auto. 
Victoria car. SPECIALTY 
MOTORS 381-5544 or 385-7733. 
Dealer 6033. 

69 TOR I NO GT 

2 ,Dr HT. Exceptionally clean 
with low mlle^. SPECIALITY 

W OLDS DELTA N. } DOOR 
fastback, all power, profession¬ 
ally rebuilt engine, all In excel¬ 
lent condition. $1500 Invested 


steering, power brakesf^ dt_. 
hard top, V 8 , 70,000 original 
miles, cassia, buckets, tilt 

1969 MUSTANG (302), EXCEL- 
lent condition. Available for In¬ 
spection, liam- 2 ^, Saturday 
and Sunday at M70 Sooke Rd, 
lust past Colwood Corner. 

GOOD WHEELS 

69 Nomad Wagon^^^li 6 , good 
condition, plus %3t>0 sound syv 
tern. Before 4 pm, 658-8885. 

70 BUICK ESTATE 8W 

Asking $1495. BRIDGE ST. 
A^TpR CO. LTD. 38^5714 or 
652-4244. Dealer 5161._ 

1952 PONTIAC 4-OOOR SEDAN. 
^,000 miles, good condition 
ttKouphout, many spare parts. 
$1695 or offers. 478-5959 or 
478-1421. _ 

CLASSIC 1964 FAIRLANE 500 2 
door Coupe. 289,4 spaed, redials 
and more. Must be seen. $1,000 
firm. No Trifters please. 385-9753 
between 4-7pm._ 

70 TOYOTA SW, RED EXTERI- 

or. 4 $785. PALM AUTO 

WORLmNC., 3864385. 3342 Oak 
St. Dealer 5266. _ 

66 AMERICAN AT. A STEAL AT 
only $412. PALM AUTO WORLD 

62 BEETLE. RADIO. PRICED 
to sell $615. P^M AUTO 
WORLD INC., 3B5«)I5.3342 M 
St., Dealer 5260._ 

MUST SELL $2150. 1970 CHAL- 
lenger, rebuilt 3aMr- “ 


, I vwwiii drive train all 
new. Just out of shop, tested a^ 
ready to go. s^ worth of bills. 
385-0179 evenings. _ 

MUST SELL 1968 FORD THUN- 
derbird, 2 door hardtop, excel- 

5pm. 


1952 BUICK ROADMASTER. 
New chrome, upholstery and 
tires. Needs body work, paint 
and putting together. Best offer. 


1966 CHEVROLET CAPRICE 2 
door hardtop, 396 V 8 automatic, 
console shift, bucket seats. TtL- 
O^^rlglnal miles. $2975. 


M FORD FALCON SPORTS 
Cpupe, new tires and mags, built 
351 Windsor, 4 speed. Many 
extras. $2000 or best offer. 
Randy 479-7400 


IM CaSWtSAU 

TO MUSTANG. 351 CLEVE- 
land, automatic, power steering, 
power brakes, tilt steering, 
mags and tires, $2600 firm. After 
5:3^382-8031 


1969 MARQUIS 4 DOOR. 20 
miles on rebuilt 390, automatic, 
power brakaa/pewe r steering, 
new shookv brakes, hitch. Test- 
ed 1981.8980.382-3616. 

68 CHEV WAGON. RADIAL 

67COUGAR REBUILT MOTOR, 
nee^body work. Best offer. 
479-1904._ 

19» PONTIAC. 98(000 ORIGI- 

«7 ,VV»,BEeTLE. UMH ORIOI- 

l*M BUICK SPECIAL SPORTS 
Om^^V 6 . automatic. Offers. 

1968 MUSTANG CONVERT- 
Ible, stoc^new paint, new top. 
Asking $3500.478-5084. 

1968 AUSTIN 1800. WHITE, 
black upholstery, clean, runs 
well, tesh^ $800.477-6465. 

1967 AUSTIN 1100. ENGINE 

needs work. 25.000 miles. $850. 
381-0372 _ 

1968 METEOR RIOEAU. 

akes.- 


needs bri 
385-1909. 


$250 or best offer. 


CONTINENTAL. 69 MARK III. 
e>^l|nt condition. 479-2990. 

SUPER SPORTCHEV 

1964 CADILLAC DEVILLE 
well maintained, clean. $ 1200 . 
642-3666._ 

1966 ACADIAN 2 DOOR SEDAN, 

tSS'misio^ 

1969 PONTIAC PARISIENNE 4 
door hardtop, power steering 
and brakes. $875.477-1442 

62 STUOEBAKER, VERY DE- 
pendabie, good gas mileage. 
clean. 385^5._ 

1957 BUICK SPECIAL. ME- 
" good, body restore- 

-47^7481. 




1970 FORD GALAXIE SEDAN, 
. closest. 


good con 
65^828. 


condition. $1500 or do 


1967 BEAUMONT 2 DOOR 
hard top, 71,000 miles, lady driv- 
en, offers $2600.384-7362. 

excellent 
condition, 57.000 miles. $800, ne- 
gotlable. After 6 pm, 595^13%. 

1968 CHEV NOVA, 44.000 

miles, 6 cylinder. Rusty $^ or 
best offer . 385-3533_ 

68 BUICK SKYLARK. RUNS 
Sffw7^^ ^ offers. Phone 

1968 MGB. GOOD CONDITION, 

has new bodywork and paint, 
offers taken. 382-5947._ 

67 FORD. 2 DOOR. 1971 302 CU. 

^ *^tlc, 

1969 TOYOTA SPRINTER, LOW 
^le^, good condition, $900, 


1966 CHEV BISCAYNE, TEST- 
ed till August 80, 3-speed stan- 
dard.283,$400. 381-6482._ 

1965 ACADIAN, 6 CYLINDER. 4 
door, automatic, low mileage. 
$1050.474-1017. 


brakes, dual exhaust. Bunts no 
oil. $^or offers. 388-4449. 

1970 CHEVELLE 2 DOOR 
hard^, V 8 automatic stock, 
$1400.478-9346._ 

1964 VW BEETLE WITH 69 VAN 
engine, rebuilt in 75. $600. 
38»8065._ 

M CHEVELLE. 6 CYLINDER. 

U CANSO, »7. REBUILT SOlO 
miles ago, headers, high rise, 
custom paint. $1500.474-1^ 

1969 VOLVO 144S, 4 DOOR; 
Standard, clean, comfortable, 
reliable, $1500.3834)983 after 3. 

67 ACADIAN CANSO. 327, 
h^ m radlals, duals, $3300. 

477- 6889 _ 

67 VOLKSWAGEN BEETLE, 
low mileage, radio, good condi- 
tlon,$1200or best offer . 382-5240. 

65 FORD FAIRLANE 500, 
QOftm Steering and brakes. $250 
or offers. 477-6889_ 

65 CANSO, 2 DOOR HARDTOP. 
^3 automatic, radio, 58,000 
original miles. $24X10.656-4719. 

ORIGINAL 1963 PONTIAC 
P^l^nne 2 door hardtop. $850. 

OFFERS ON $1000. 

478- 0917. 

MUST SELL, 51 PONTIAC, 
mint condition, $900.477-6760. 

1967 THUNpERBIRO, GOOD 
condition, Offys. 479-6964. 

67 VALIANT, NEW BRAKES, 
very clean. $1100.479-5106. 

.479-0789. 

1966 CHEVELLE^ AUTO- 
matlc, good shape, $800.386-4188 

69 CHEV IMPALA, 327, V 8 
automatic, $250.474-2923. 

68 RENAULT. JUST TESTED, 
runs well, $475. Phene 479-5989. 

$900. 1968 NOVA, TWO DOOR. 
Good runnlngordy. 47M99S. 

64 FORD FALCON, NEEDS 
work and battery, $375.384^1 


70 HORNET. 55^ MILES, 
tested, reliable, uk. 479-4679. 

64 FALCON, NOT ^NNING. 
First $175 takes. 384-2^4 

1963 VOLKSWAGEN PLUS 
extra parts. $650.479-2467 

59 AUSTIN CAMBRIDGE. 
running. Cheap. 477-85D4 _ 

65 RAMBLER 4 DOOR SEDAN, 
automatic clean, $450.658W2 

1969 AUSTIN. OFFERS. 
479-5105. _ 

67 dodge MONACO. EVERY- 
thlng excellent, $950.592-4194. 

$700 or closest offer. 478-8038 

1$1 SfOftTJMfORTCARS 


72 CAPRI, 2600 V 6 , REBUILT 
$2»5 STUW 

1977 TR7 EXCELLENT CONOI- 
fjoj^6.000 miles. Offers? 

CORVETTE. WHITE WITH 
••Jther. Lots of options. 
477-87S2___ 

1971 OP^ GT. NEW TUNE UP. 


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copital city auto 


FIAT ' y 

X19 TARGA SporH. Just one 79 
model $9,700 

BMW 

1980 3201. Selection In sloA. 5 
spe^. sun roof, E.P.A. 
rated at 8.1 L/100 km (35 
MP<3). Price Incl. dealer 
service. FROM $14,595 

1980 5281, 5 spd, sunroof, E.P.A. 
rated at 9.8L/100km (29 
M.P.G.). Price Incl. dealer 
service. FROM ^455 

1979 3201, reseda green, sun roof. 
AAA/FM stereo radio, 6,01)0 
km, 9 mo. warranty, 1980 
repl. cost $15475. NOW 

$13450 

1975 5301, aut. anthracite grey 
met., stereo cassette, air 
oond., full service hlsto^. 

*■“ $10,7% 




1975 5301, Stick Shift, in Sienna 
^gwn met., sunroof, stereo, 
fullservice history. Only 
41400 ml. $10,995 

1979 SJy^B 

n>efalllc. Only 8,00(rkm. AS 
NEW $13,500 

1978 Pontiac Firebird In black, 
tilt wheel, stereo ca^tte. 
spare snow tires. Only 16,I»6 
mi.isoodvalueat $64% 

B Triumph Spitfire 1500 Con¬ 
vertible In electric blue, 
rb. headers. C ‘ 


pello^ car^ headers. Only 
13,500 ml. (>et ready for 
Spring $6395 

^4 iwogovernmentst. 

386-7508 Dealer 5066 

74 corvette, silver WITH 
silver leather Interior, 350 auto, 
steering, power brakes, 
windows, tinted glass, 
TUT Telescopic steering, AM FM 
stereo, luggage rack. Rally 
rirns, radialT aV excellent con- 
dltlon. $8500. 477-3316_ 

MUST SELL MY 1978 SILVER 
Anniversary Edition Volkswa¬ 
gen Rabbit. Ex^lent condition. 
C^owner. 26.700 miles. Worth 
% 8 (KI to me, what's it worth to 
you? 595-7968._ 

1966 RED MGB. 65,000 MILES, 
immaculate, new convertible 
top, factory hardtop, tonneau, 
radlals. snow tires, padded roll 
b^^jlMust be seen. $3200. 

1974 BLUE CORVETTE. 350 
automatic, 4 barrel, power 
steerlng/brakes. T-roof, radlals. 
mags, am—FM radio, very 
clean. $8300 or best offer. 
385-5584 before 7pm. 

1977 CORVETTE. MINT. 350 
auto, loaded, air, cruise, am/fm 
stereo 8 track etc. Radial GT's, 
silver blue metallic, smoke grey 
leather/velour, low miles, offers 
on $11400.479-to._ 

1974 FIAT 124 SPYDER COM- 
pletelv reconditioned and well 
maintained. 55,000 miles, $4000 
firm. View at 1341 Hillside. 
383-6802._ 

1961 HUMBER SUPER SNIPE 
59.440 mllw.^Red leather In¬ 
terior, wood trim. Fair condl- 

llTi3V-5625.^'* '*'*'^* 

1970 AUSTIN 1300, REBUILT 
motor, transmission, front end, 
brakes. Rally extras. Tested tU 

1974 VOLKSWAGEN SUPER 
Be<dle. radial tires, green exteri¬ 
or tan interior, 1 owner, well 
maigjjned. $3250 or best offer. 

1974 AUDI FOX. ECONOMY 
plus fun. 4 door, automatic, 
ra^. sunroof, condition. 

Asking $3295, offers. 592-7667 
evenings. 


1968 MGB, SOFT TI3P, HARD- 
to^ tonne^ new radal tires, 
radio, tested, wire wheels, ex- 
celhmt condition, 2 owners, 
$30(10.658-1057_ 

1971 MG MIDGET MARK III, 
near new convertible top, two 
tonneaus, 6400 n>iles on new en- 
glne, r adigj s on stock rally rims, 
$2300. 


clean. i 


I. 598-5669. 


TRIUMPH 

^ir^must sell, low mileage, 
1977 tR 7, most available op- 
ttons. Vl«v at 1321 Sussex or 
phone 385-5669. $6200._ 

THISCARMUSTBE SEEN 
1975 Rat 128A. completely re- 
^t by Eurocar. 26400 miles, 
better than new condition, $^ 
firm. 479-5575._ 

BEAUTIFUL 1973 XJ -6 JAG- 

3 88 -4440 or evenings, 386-7205. 

XKE 4.2 LITRE, 
44400 miles, over $14400 Invest- 

JAGUAR 

n X J 6 . Silver, tl^. To view call 
nings 721-3567._ 

RARE 1966 TRIUMPH VEI- 
tesse, excellent condition. For 
"" 

76 TR7, 23,000 MILES. SKI 
rack and snow tires, (xwo condi- 

1973 VOLKSWAGEN SUPER 

m(ftagrjusnr2(3e3S*fe,m 


Bud, yv clMh.~ r^^ 
478SSf._ 

62 MERCEDES. SILVER. 4 
ckx)^ standard m. radlals, bet- 

'miiA 

1972 KARMANN GHIA CON- 
vertlble, exceliMt condition, 
gn^^radla Offers on $6000. 

64 Ct^VY NOVA. 283. DUAL 
exhaust, maps, nice tires, new 
paint.jjew fnlerlor. Must be 
seen. 477-8883._ 

67 MUSTANG FASTBACK, 
motor compl^y rebuilt, body 
• nd Interior good. $4600. 
59^-7189._ 

m PIAIJM' < OOOR. EXCEL- 
1 ^ «n<«tlon, new Vakes, new 
clutch, AM/FM radio, radial 
tires, 33 mpo, $975. ^M17. 

1979 (3ATSUN 280ZX. DELUXE 
m^, excellerd condition. 22 ,- 
OdO kms. Asking $13,000. 


IMPORT CARS WANTED 
CallJImWIIIIams 384-1161 
Edward AAotors. Dealer 6605 


1969Z28RS 

$5900, trades. 4788784 

overhaul. 595-3297 


r engine 


SlI^Facto^ orlginal.^ifSfflo 
anytime. 

AUDI fOX IN GOOD CONOI- 

MUST SELL, 1971 KARMAN 
GHIa, sound motor, snow tires, 
fuel economy. 383-7391 

between 9 anv4 pm. _ 

WANTED; MERCEDES BENZ 
'»*<*•*■ *2500. 
112-653-4470 evenings_ 

X?.* AS NEW. 

Only 24,(W) miles. $6900 firm. 
478-8810 after 6 pm. 


1964 MKIl, tested, $3800. 
382-1388. 

1973 FIAT 124 SPYDER SPORT, 
Immaculate, $4000 or beet offer. 
3885052 

79 HONDA PRELUDE, 15400 
km., under warranty, extras. 
642-4840. _ 

1972 VOLVO WAGON. ONE 

-»r. Excellent condition. 

652-3"“ 


Extras. $3500.652-3284._ 

LOTUS ELAN PLUS 2, 1969, 37,- 
000 miles. $6800. Duncan 74839% 
evenings._;_ 

MUST SELL OPAL G.T, EX- 

74 VPVVO.14?. GRANDLUXE. 
oy^lvv leather seats, AAA— 
FM cassette. $53%. 381-2183. 

73 CAAAARO Z28 LO AOE D. $4400 
or best offer. 4788028. 

79 FIAT SPYDER 2000, WAR- 
ranty, 15400 km, $7950.478^1%. 

1974 MGB. NEEDS CLUTCH. 
Offers. 479-6663.__ 

1974 CELICA GT. $3400 FIRM. 
_4785213 

72 OPEL GT. $2900 FIRM. 
592-4593 after 6 pm. ■ 


I. SDOO. 


After 5pm. 477-4804. 


1$4 


TRUCKS, BUSES 
AND VANS 


1974 GMC CUSTOM30 1-TON 
pickup truck, 350 V 8 , 4-speed 
manual transmission. Heavy 
Duty front and rear suspension. 
Running gear factory Installed. 
$7800.41^561. 


79 TOYOTA SR5 DELUXE 
pick-up. radial tires, hnt^ win¬ 
dows, AM/FM, low mileage, 
fiberglass canopy, excel lent con- 
dltlon, still on warranty. 
4780226. 


1964 MERC VAN, GOOD BODY 
and paint, rebuilt 6 cylinder, 
three spe^, storage shelves, 
roof rack, mImI to Murnbing or 
electric work. $ 10 w or oners. 
477 2814. 


75 CHEV ‘/VTON 350. POWER 
Stewing, power brakes, auto¬ 
matic. cruise control, white 
mags, new L70 radlals. Wlnne- 
canopy, low mileage. $5000. 


1976 FORD F2S0 4X4. PS, PB, 
cassette recorder, 40 channel 
CB, spare tank, canopy, 12-16.5 
LT tires with white spoker rims. 
Ot^r extras (32,000 miles). 
$8500. or offers. 479-4296. 


1970 FORD SPORT CUSTOM 
Piciwp, tested, canopy, radip, 
60400on 390engine, rebuilt auto¬ 
matic transmission, spare 
motor parts. $1900 or best offer. 
6585745. 


19^ FORD COURII^R PICKUP 
with long box. 4 cylinder, 4 

-- “ -,n>ment tested. 

i Eng Truck Sales 
.ealeraS166 
2810A Rock Bay Ave. 385-3054 


78 D0(X;E street VAN. SIL- 
ver, bay windows, sunroof, pin 
striping, 318 automatic, power 
steering, power brakes, $7000 
firm. 112-647-5460. 


1978 CHEVY VAN, 305, POWER 
stewing, po^ brakes, auto¬ 
matic, 20,000 kms. complete In¬ 
terior, excellent sh^ in and 
out. Asking $7700.598l4M. 


64 DODGE 3 TON, CANVAS Co¬ 
vered Stake side, 225 slant 6 low 
9 W 8 speed. duals with good 
-^ber, 12200. To view Saturday 
I Sunday, 3880765. 


andS 


69 GMC W-TON, V- 8 , AUTO, 
hw tone, radio. $1326. PALM 
WORLD INC., 3888385. 
3342 Oak St. Dealer 5260. 


1978 CUSTOMIZED BLACK 
Chevy Van, 17400 miles, mags, 
sidepipn, running boards, rod 
"'•"V extras. 

$8000.721-3817. 


66 GMC VAN WITH VOLKSWA- 
gen station wagon top over the 

$650 or best offer. 642-4850. 


n FORD CLUB WAGON WIN- 
dwv van, ex<^lent condition, 12 - 
footy or Mrtlally camperlz^ 
ipoftop srorMe, awning, slud- 
ded snows. 47^4085. 


1980 CHEV STEP SIDE, 
pjw st^l^ power brakes, 

4782326. 


IW F2S0 EXPLORER SUPER 
cab, V 8 automatic, power steer¬ 
ing, power yokes, dual tanks, 
camgg window, etc. Only $35%. 


DODGE, 1975 HALF TON WITH 
canopi^heaw duty suSMnsion, 
318 motor, ^toinal 44,(i00mlles. 
Jtj^alnT. $3650. 595-7372, 


19y| VOLKSWAGEN VAN, 
partially camperized. good run¬ 
ning condition, new dutch, test- 
e^god tires and yokes. $1700. 


1974 SUBURBAN ESTATE ^ 
ton, mmaculate condition. 

^250, 4 WHEEL 
yiv^ flatdKk on duals. Well 
maintained vehicle. Great tor 
JJtodcuttors^ large camper. 
$3,000.4783023. 

1976 FORD E150 VAN, 351. 
pow stMTlng, power yokes, 
automatic, am/fm cassette, 

THE UNDERSEAS GARDENS 
has a 1975 Chev Van, 33,000 
hiltos. 8 ^llndir standard shift, 

MUST $f LL BY MARCH 1ST, 
1^5 GMC van, 6 cylinder, stan¬ 
dard, custom Interior, sun^, 

78 DATSUN 

10400 ml^. Excellent shape. 
Deluxe automatic, radlals. 
hi^tol^^^^opy. Numerous 

71 VOLKSWAGEN CAMPER 
Cwyerslpn, pop-top, cooler, 

^ In'excel® oitoffion^tSoso! 

75 CHEV VAN, 1 TON, POWER 
String, power yokes, SS 400 
milM. Needs finishing ind^ 
or best 

offer. $95-5076_ 

1978 qNjC VANDURA ^ TON 
van, 18400 miles, ma<^ headers 
•S^il^nvextrig^s^ orbSt. 
59S-4852, after 6 592-4798._ 

1974 FORD STEP-UP VAN, 
^^^J?****^ •KOiiwto condition. 

” 2 ’*- 302^116 or 
479-5613. _ 

1976 DODGE MAXIVAN, P.B, 
nomatk, V 8 engine. Ex- 

74 DODGE % TON 2000 CLUB 
^b, power steering, power 
yokes, « l yed standa^ trans¬ 
mission. 3liW$39%. 4781652. 

79 CHEVY 10 VAN. CHARCOAL 
0»’*y« 0000 miles, 3 year war- 

MUST SELL, 1978 FORD VAN. 

1971 FORD PICKUP WITH 
^ ~llnder. —■—■ 


£®mper. 6 cylln^, standaiu 
1977 BLAZER 4X4, 350-4 

SHtsag 

FORD ECONOLINE 300 CAMP- 
er^ Van. Inswlatod. roof radt, 
body good, runs wet), recof^y 
re-sprayed. $2,500.4788643. 

76 FORD F150, 4X4, 360 AUTO- 
matlc winch. 11x15" tires on 
mjg.Lotsyn.wp.rts. Tested. 


154 


TKiCKS, BISKS 
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FORD TRUCKS 



THANKS TO YOU, 
OUR CUSTOMERS 
FORTHE 
FANTASTIC 
ACCEPTANCE OF 
OUR 1980 FORD 
TRUCKS! 

CHECK m 
)E 



79 Chev HD, Won 4x4, 
V8, 4 spd., PS, PB, 
radio. 

WAS $8995 NOW $7995 

SAVE $1000 

79 Econo E250 Window 
Van, V8, AT, PS, PB, 
radio. 

WAS $8995 NOW $8295 

SAVE $700 

78 Chev 1 / 2 -ton, V8, AT, 
PS,PB, radio. 

WAS $6995 NOW $5995 

SAVE $1000 

78 Econollne ElOO, 6 cyl./ 
AT, PS, PB, radio. 

WAS $6495 NOW $5895 

SAVE $600 

78 Dodge %-ton Maxi 
Van, cantperlzed, V8, 
AT, PS, PB, radio. 

WAS $6895 NOW $5995 

SAVE $900 

77 Ford F250, V8, AT, PS, 
PB, radio, aircond. 

WAS $6595 NOW $5895 

SAVE $700 

77 Dodge Club Cab, V8, 
AT, PS, PB, radio. 

WAS $5695 NOW $4995 

SAVE $700 

77 Ford F250, V8, AT, PS, 
PB, radio. 

WAS $4895 NOW $3995 

SAVE $900 

75 Ford F250 Super Cab, 
V8, AT, PS, PB, radio. 
Plus 8' Alaskan camp¬ 
er. 

WAS $5995 NOW $4995 

SAVE $1000 

74 International Crew 
Cab. Super clean, only 
394)00 miles! V8, AT, 
PS, PB, radio and 
canopy. 

Was $4995 NOW $3695 

SAVE $1395 

74 Chev Blazer, 4x4, V8 , 
at, PS, PB, radio. 

WAS $3995 NOW $3495 

SAVE $500 

67 Dodge Van. Runs ex¬ 
ceptionally well! V8, 
std., radio. 

WAS $1695 NOW $1295 

SAVE $400 

ON THE SPOT 
FINANCE. BANK 
OR F.M.C.C. O.A.C. 

TRADES WELCOME 

IMMEDIATE 

DELIVERY 

ALL OF OUR NEW AND 

USED VEHICLES ARE 

ON DISPLAY, CLEARLY 
PRICE TAGGED. 

COME IN AND HAVE 

ONEOFOUR 
COURTEOUS SALES 
STAFF SHOW YOU 
AROUND! 

SUBURBAN 
MOTORS 
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HOME OF THE 


78 Ford % PU, canopy 
78FordF150Van 
78 Chev % PU, canopy 
78 Chevy Window Van 
77 GMC % PU, canopy 
77 Ford Ranger XLT PU 
77 Dodge Van (Boogie) 

75 GMC Crew Cab 
69 Ford PU and camper 
77 Chev 4x4, V8, auto 
75 Ford PU 6 cyl. auto. 

TRAPES WELCOME 
No Reesoneble Offer Refused 
100% FINANCINGO.A.C. 

OPEN 

9;00A.M.-e;00P.M. 

2078 DOUGLAS ST. 

382-9111 
Dealer 5721 



73 GMC "JIMMY" $4995 
71 FORD VAN $1995 

74FORDKARYVAN 

$4495 

76 CHEV VAN $6495 

78 CHEV SPORT 

PICKUP $7995 

78 TOYOTA PICKUP 

$4995 

★ GUARANTEED 
★ SAFETYTESTED 

The Super Lot 

REGMIDGLEY 
MOTORS LTD. 

38M756 

Douglas at Cloverdale 

Dealer Lie. 5186 


RV SPECIALS 

78 FORD XLT 

v*-ton super cab, 400, auto., ps., 
pb.^ tilt, cruise. 19,000 km. Mint 
condition. $8995 

77 GMC VAN 

350 V 8 , euto., PS., pb., tut, cap- 
♦a^ln's <^lrs, 8 pastenoer, tow 
Pkg. 37,000 ml. 56,500 

PEDENRVLTD. 

3883464 _Dealer 6418 


STREETVANS 

1977 GMC Short wheel base Van, 
305 V 8 automatic, 19,000 miles. 
1977 Ford F150 Custom. VI auto¬ 
matic, power steering, power 
yakes. Captains chairs, mags 
and sterao. A must to see. An¬ 
other exclusive with Ed Grlm- 
stead at Mlllstream Chevrolet 
Olds, 477-1211 or Res. 478-3220. 
Dealer 5831. 


CONTRACTORS, 

TRUCKERS! 

GMC 1 -ton flatdeck, 
10JX)0 GVW. Automatic, power 
steerlrto, power yakes, 350 en¬ 
gine. For more information, 
please phone KARL KUESTER. 
Empress Pontiac Buick GM<: 
Ltd., 3^7121 or Res. 477-5791. 
Dealer 5701. 


75 Ford 12 seater window van, 
automatic. P/s., P/B, radio. 
1^1 for bus or pleasura, "and 
they Ice Isright'r 

DEREK QUINN 
Empress Pontlec Buick 
GMC^Ltd. 

Bus. 382-7121 Res.6S8530l 

Dealer 5701 


15 PASS. MAXI WAGON 
Model, reer axel 
5500 lb., automatic transmis- 
6 ton, w, Pb. aux. heater, 50 emp 
alt, othgr extras. A well bulH 
!^t. 84500. See et Avis Car & 
Tr^ Rental^ Qi^a & Pan- 
dora. Phont siP-l^nweakdavs. 


1971 FORD Vt-TON CAMPER 
jpeclal, automatic, air-condi¬ 
tioned. Power steering, power 
brakes, transmission coolers, 
canw 3-waY 4'/* 
cubic fridge, 3-bomer stove, 
oven, ele^lc weter, double sink 
* 2 '- 

000.477-4718. 


78 DATSUN PU 

in excellent condition. For tor- 
t^ Information call BRUCE at 

4 MONTH OLD 1979 FORD ^ 
Ranger XLT, tilt steering wheel, ^. 
pulse wipers, sliding rear win¬ 
dow, carp^, dual batteries, 90 
anto, locking hood, undercoat, 
•xfjnded warranty. Must be 
»^^7 |i 6.250 or best offer. 

1974 CHEVY VAN. V8 AUTO- 
matlc, flares, scoop, visor, 
swyoof, diamond tudi leather 

ber. am/fm cassette with 4 
spiers. S3SOO. 382-3413 after 


78 DATSUN IMPORT 

Deluxe cab, radial tires with 
•ytomatic and radio, 16^ km. 

*2ominion motors. 

Blanshard, 385-5012. Dealer 

5183. 


SAVE$$$ 

N^ 1980 Chev. PU Truck, 6 
et Cornell Chev." 


7or 721-5471. Peeler 




2 TON STEP VAN 

350 motor. 

76 Chev., 60,000 mllM. 

tIresTstarter. 
Excellent condition. 

S6.200 479^435 

1977 CHEV 3/4 TON PANEL 
van, 350 automatic, ps, 
white, 42,000 miles. 8‘ti% 
HERTZ RENT A CAR 
OMsion Hootoer Leesing Ltd. 

GOING TO FLORIDA AND I 
fwed the bucks. 1977 Tradesman 
Van, 318. power steering, 
pcwy yokes, eutw^c trans- 
mlsslgn, camperized inside with 


78 FORD E150 VAN, 351 V8, 
4tytometlc trensmlsaton, power 


F230 ^ TON. 
42XW) miles. y8 4 speed. Ford 
canopy, 2 tanks. 17" splH rims, 
7S amp batto^, many extras. 
Stogjj^and dipe«idal%. 84 %. 


power string, eutomatlc. plus 


C-8 


1M TKBCKS, BUSKS 
MB VANS 


1956 INTERNATIONAL STEP- 
side pickup, original running 

FOR SAlI 1976 KENWORTH 

IVTI RT015,31 rear end, wet kit. 


miles O', rebuilt motor and 
trai^lssion. Some rust. 8670. 
656-4771. _. 

1973 CHEV, STRONG 350, 4 
barrel, 4-speed, dual exhaust. 

477^117 **"■ 

CAMPER SPE- 
clal. 390 f-lMiTel. 4SA00 miles, 
^ 5 J|J«culate. Asking 85500. 

IW F100 '^TON FORD PICK- 
pp* 360 std., tested, power 
y^eS;385-6757 belwwn 8 : am 
and 4:30pm., Monday to Friday. 

72 GMC SUBURBAN % TON. 
150. runs, wdl. body good, ma- 

FQR^SALjrmTTorOTA 

pickup kxtgbpx, low mileage, ex- 
cellent mechanical condition, 
83200.47BO490 or 479-3594 

y»V?L>CLL, '76 SUPERCAB. 
AM/FM cassette, new tires, 8 '/ 2 * 
3-w^ Vanguard camper. 


77 VOLKSWAGEN WESTPHA- 
Ma van, new clutch, tl/es, 
brakes, excellent condition. 
S4500.479-6^._' 

1976 DODGE B200 VAN, 45,000 
miles, V318, power steering, 
pow^ yakes, automatic hl^ 
backseats. 382-9681.__ 

62 VOLKSWAGEN. 1500 CC EN- 
gine, S and S haadtr. partly 
cjin^lzed, 8800 or tmt offer. 

1971 FORD ^ TON CAMPER 
special, 27X)00 km, automatic. 
Must sell, going to Europe. 
385-9162_ 

76 FORD E100 LON<3 VAN. 6 
standard, power yakes. Cap¬ 
tain seats, radio, 84,7^. 
598-6485._ 

76 GMC SHORT BOX. STEP- 
sld4^lowered, T/A 50's, shittkit. 
headers, mural, tarp, stereo. Se- 
rlous In quires 382-9047._ 

1976 FORD CUSTOM F100. 
Power steering, standard trans¬ 
mission. Good condition. 83295. 
384-8591. 


1977 FORD EXCELLENT 
oxidltlon. low mileage, power 
^kes, power steering, radio. 
386-6054._ 

64 CHEV PANEL, % TON. 4X4, 
as is condition, 81000. Ramsey 
PTO winch 8000 lbs. 8350. 
474-27SS_ 

1970 FORD 250 4X4, 6-4 SPEED, 
Wern hubs, good condition. 82500 
firm. Can be seen at 3570 Saanich 
Rd._ 

63 ECONOLINE VAN. RUNS 
weM. 25,000 on rebuilt engine, 
wide tires like new with chrome. 
S6S0. 388-6986._ 

MUST SELL 1973 FORD E-200, 
rlMd, good shape, offers 
After 3pm on weekends 


k-cycrinder, newly 
000 miles. 83150. 


1976 CHEV W-TON PICKUP, 
automatic, 6-cycIlr"-- 
palnted, 34,“^ 

658-1151. _ 

1974 GMC ^ TON SIERRA 
Grande, 350 motor, automatic, 
i POw«r brakes and steering. 
S4000.479-5758. _ 

1967 FORD ECONOLINE HD 
van, 6 cyl standard. Reasonable 
condition. 8800. 59S-3567 after 5 
pm. _ 

1978 CHEVY VAN, 11,000 
miles, excellent condition, many 
extras. 652-3854_ 

77 DODGE % TON MAXI VAN. 

MUST SELL, 73 VW SAFARI 
camper,jnod condition. 8<^ or 
nearest oftoT598^18,38^758. 

1970 DATSUN PICKUP, TEST- 

1967 GMC ^TON 4X4, LT-1 350, 
cenopv, 478-5070, offers after 
Spm._ 

1974 DODGE MAXI VAN. 
tolly carr^lzed, raised roof, 
extras. After 5: pm. 47^9226. 

1964 FORD WINDOW VAN, 

nsjA water pump. 8500. After 
5:30pm. 656-7^._ 

1965 LANOROVER, 4X4, NEW 

shM^s, new exhaust, vary clean. 
Askitto 82000.474-1089. _ 

51 CHEV. SHORT BOX. 6 CYL. 4 
8750 or trade. 479-8663 

1973 DODGE '/a TON. 6 CYLIN- 

72 FORD COURIER, 68,000 
miles, excellent condition. 82200. 
After 4pm., 592-1634_ 

FORD ECONOLINE VAN. 

68 DODGE VAN. PARTIALLY 

camperized, good shape. 
3P-1766._ 

1970 DATSUN PICKUP. EX- 

altomrunnlngcondition. 81300. 
383-9073_ 

72 DODGE 0800 5 TON DUMP 

1974 FORD F250 4X4 WITH 

wlnctomjchamcallv A-1, otters. 
Jud, 3IS4360. _ 

1967 INTERNATIONAL % TON 
flat^djck. runs good, illOO. 

70 GMC ^ TON. POWER 

alsloff84?8CTl2-^8!^ 

72 MAZDA, 57,000 MILES. 6 

SSS condition. 

73 TOYOTA LONG BOX. 4 

!!!toktor*47?-'7ffi?*‘ 

VOLKSWAGON bus. 1972. 

1974 DODGE 200 4X4, ONE 
o?in*r;Asklng 85000. Winch 
extra. 479-34^. _ 

1971 MAZDA PICKUP WITH 
Okanagan camper, excellent 
condition. Phone 478-3965. 

1967 GMC WINDOW VAN. 

1%7 GMC HEAVY DUTY HALF 
ton, V8, auto, good running 
order. 8l300or offers. 384-1003 

1970 CHEV HEAVY-DUTY V»- 
V^ auto, good condition. 

FORD Vi ton. good con- 
di tton. towmileaga. Asking 82000 
or best offer. 642-4844,478-3458. 

1974 GMC SUBURBAN 

SBo^lU^^, ^^****^ ^**^*"" 

69 FORD W-TON PICKUP. RE- 

1977 FORD ^ TON. 4 SPEED, 

^ *™* 856-5842 or 

479-9229 _ 

HEAVY DUTY 1973 GMC ^ 
|wj^4x^«gjllent running condl- 

1969 y* TON FORD VAN. GOOD 

1974 CHEVY V» TON, AUTO- 
C, vi; " 


, yi, p s/pb. I 
.82790.478-51 


1976 TOYOTA 5 SPEED LONG- 
box with canopy. Snow tires. 30,- 
000 miles. Top shape.479^)962 

t9W FORD ^TON VAN. LOW 
*^800. 


I*J»8A2DA 1800 PU WITH 
FeWe-CreW camper, good condl- 
tlon. 83,500.385-1670. 


1S4 


TBUCKS, BUSKS 
MB VMS 


1978 GMC PJCKUP W TON 
Short box. Immaculate condi¬ 
tion. 15,006 miles, 87,900 or best 
offer. 385^186. 


69 CHEV % TON. 6 (ZYLINDER. 
“ *"me<hanr 


standard, good 
ditlon, 81^0 
478-2287. 


-inical 

or best offer. 


1969 VW WESTPHALIA, VERY 
clean, soikTand rebuilt motor, 
many extras, 83700. Cobble Hlli 


79 DODGE VAN. 6 CYLINDER 
staitoard, power steering, power 
yake^radials, 6000 miles, ask- 


76 GMC 4X4 SHORTBOX, 350 
automatic, roll bar, dual tanks, 
86000, Will consider trade and 
cash. 477-3005. 


MOVING MUST SELL SMALL 
school bus/camper very oxn 
fortaWe. Good worklito order. 
Ail offers considered. 4to-3360. 


1978 FORD SUPER CAB, 
camper special. VI, power 
steering, power brakes, low 
mileage, 89000 offers. 478-S475 


72 FORD ^ TON 4-SPEED, 
815%. Super Motors Ltd, 2538 
^ernmeM St. 385-0031. Dealer 
5015. After hours: 382-1559. 


1969 FORD V> TON. I CYLIN 
der, 3 speed standard, looks 
rcK^ but runs great, 8700, 


1976 FORD ECONOLINE VAN, 
j^^uto^.^wer steering and 


BUSH BEATER, 1969 SCOUT, 4 
cylinder automatic, excellent 
condition. 8500. Trade ? 474-1058 


1977 FORD ECONOLINE E-lOO. 
6<ycllnder, 15,000 miles. 85500 
479-1022. 


73 FORD F100. 360, V8. 4 
speed, radlals, stereo. Offers on 
82400.479-7293 after 3 pm. 


68 VOLKSWAGEN VAN 
mounted, stodded snow tires In 
eluded. 82 JXX). 477^009. 


1972 GMC VAN, BUBBLE TOP 
camperized with cabanna. 86000 
383-6941. 


1967 FORD VAN. CAMPER 
Ized, dependable, asking 8900 
479-7481. 


1977 CHEV SILVERADO 4X4 
excellent condition, 86500 
385-5792 


1977 JEEP CJ5. 4WO. 22,000 
miles, options, offers on 86200. 
479-1303_ 

72 TOYOTA WITH 8' 74 OKANO- 
gan camper. Furnace and lacks. 
83600.3^3194 after 5 pm. 

74 FORD 100 XLT. 40.000 
miles, like new, custom carxx)v 
Extras. Best offer. 656-4562. 


SACRIFICE 73 COURIER, V6 
automatic, maos, takeover pay 
ments. 384-9085 


74 FORD COURIER, AUTO 
mafic, canopy, 82450 or best 
offer. 383-9579._ 

1978 FORD COURIER PICKUP 
deluxe. 23,000km, excellent con- 
dltion. 85300.652-3863 _ 

64 VW VAN. NOT IN RUNNING 
or^. As Is. Offers. 382 5158 or 

385- 33% 

1972 ECONOLINE, PARTIAL 
ly camperized, 82150 or best 
offer. 384-5571._ 

77 FORD 4X4 SHORT BOX, 4 
speed. ^1. power yekes, 85400 

386- 5103. _ 

1966CHEV PICKUP WITH FAC 

)977 TOYOTA TRUCK WITH 
canopy, automatic, sunlight, 
new tires, tested. 84200.479-4518 

1972 VOLKSWAGEN BUS, 
partly camperized. good condi 
tlon, 82300.642-5161. __ 

59 CHEV APACHE, '/VTON 6 
-Minder, good work truck. 8375. 


cylinder, 

479^573. 


66 CHEV SHORTBOX STEP 

Side. 3074barrel, headers, 82000 
or best offer. 656-4719._ 

1968 VOLKWAGEN VAN. 8400 
_721-3307_ 

1960 VW CAMPER VAN, 
needs work to run. 8225.383^8501. 

67 DODGE PICKUP, 4 WHEEL 
yive. 82000 . Phone 4to-si3l. 

76 FORD COURIER. NEAR 
new. Offers. 479-3740_ 

FOR SALE 1968 GMC TRUCK 
and canopy. Phone 3850628. 

64 CHEV Vt TON. V8. FACTORY 
canopy. 85%. 592-3605. 


1972 FORD ECONOLINE 200, 
carpeted, 82500. Phone 479-8624 

76 F150 PU, 360. V8. 4 SPEED, 
runswell.needspaint. 382 1776. 

^DATSUN AUTOMATIC. 33.- 
000 miles, radlals, 83650. 595-4069 

1972 TOYOTA TRUCK. 84.000 
miles, offers. 656-5145._ 

^CHEV Vi-TON. OFFERS 


69 FORD HEAVY DUTY W TON 
van. 81680. 479-7543. 


1978 FORD % TON VAN, DE 
luxe Interior. 479-9124,383^1 


74 CHEV VAN, 350 V8. CAMP 
erlzed, 83750. 595-1771 


1977 CHEV 1-TON FLAT DECK 
auto, 2200,87800. Offers. 478-2483 


73 GMC % TON. 350 CU. IN 
4-speed, 81700.642-5084 


TOYOTA LANDCRUISER 4X4 
good Shape, 83500.479-7324 


72 CHEV PICKUP. 314-TON. V8 
auto, one family owner, 656-2605 


1974 ^C W TON. 350, NO 
rust. 83000or best offer. 477-7435. 


ig?Ti°c"fe^7?''- 

63 ECONOLINE VAN. 
_477-7170_ 

1969 VOLKSWAGEN VAN. 
81950. 595-5373._^ 

73 CHEV. W TON CLASSIC 10, 
some options. 83,800.4794159. 


151 TItKS 


ALIGNMENT 

SPECIAL 

$ 12.88 

ADJUST — caster, cam¬ 
ber, toe-in and tire air 
pressure. 

INSPECT — front end. 
suspension, springs, 
shock absorbers and 
steering assembly. 

Parts and Installation extra. 

PHONE FOR APPOINTMENT. 


1620 BLANSHARD 
382-7283 

PAIR 14 " 5 BOLT 
cyome Keystone mags with G60 

.^ ^ WANTED 

8 stud wheels and tires. 
658-1144. 


TWO NEW OR78-14 SUMMER 
Stow belted radlals. Brand new. 
6564784. 


5 GOODRICH RAOIALS. 

81 S. sBitoJr "’"**®*' ’ 


2 ATLAS TUBELESS TIRES 
f?xl4 on Ford rims. 479^5748. 
479-8448. 


LIKE NEW, GOODRICH 
radlals on Cragar slotted 
.85Mo.bo. 478-7 


(oft Nova).: 


2 DATSUN WHITE SPOKED 
^8(^s^14x 6, never used, 850. 


3 MICHELIN ZX 165 SR15 RA- 
dialsonVWrlms. 860.478-4054 
















































































































































































































































































































































































































































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110 


51 LM 

» 

WINTERTIRES 
CURRENT STOCKS 
20% OFF 
COMPAREI 

20NLY 

MONARCH F78xl4 
Steel Radial Whitewalls 
REG. $72.21 SPECIAL $58 

"ROADMUGGERS" 
CURRENT STOCKS 
20% OFF 

COMPARE! 

4ONLYM50X14 
REG. $123.25 

SPECIAL $99 ea. 

OPEN 

SATURDAYS 

TILL 4 P.M. 
MON.-FRIDAYS 
TILL 10 P.M. 

SUBURBAN 
Do It Yourself 
Parts Store 

3377 Douglas St. 

388-5171 


TWO NEW 750-16 BF GOO- 
drlch truck srww tires on rlnts. 
Asking $200 or best offer. 
642-044.478-3458._ _ 

US 4 BOLT MAGS WITH TA 
radials, locks and nuts Included. 
Excellent condition. $350 or 
offers. 385-5165. 

WANTED: TWO 7:50X16 SUM- 
mer truck tires. 478-3693. 

IN PMTS,MCtSSOM[S 

MiesEimct 

Osaka nn 
Motors 

TOYOTA DATSUN HONDA 
VW RABBIT 
Bekind Dougias St. Dairy Quaan 

TUNE UPS from S32 
Parts & Labour Incl. 
Repairing and Rebuilding 
TELEPHONE 383-3043 




BEETLE 

AUTO 

HAUS 


Volkswagen Parts 
Accessories and Repairs 

Rebuilt, exctiange shortblocks 
2821 DOUGLAS ST! 382-1815 
Across From Colonv Motor Inn 

63 VETT driveable PARTS 
only 327 4 speed, chronrie head¬ 
ers. 68 Firebird model 400 motor 
T urbo 400 stock not running $800. 
Four 14x7 Tru spoke wires SS 
radials $700. Four 14x7 Pedal 
spokes G60's $350. Two 15x12 
slotted 15 x 171/1 tires $500. Two 
14x10 slotted 14x11 tires $200. 
Two 15x8 SS Cragars $125. Two 
Ford ton rims 15x15 with big 
snowies $175. 68-69 Chevelle HT 
drivers door, big block coils. 68 
Camaro buckets. No goofs 
please. 478-9346._ 

CHEV PARTS. COMPLETE 
turbo 350 with kit including trans 
cooler. $400. 1 set 12 bolt 4:11 
gears, approximatlev 5000 
miles, $100. 4 15x10 Goodyear 
A-Ts on 8 ” 6 bolt GM white spoke 
mags, mounted and balanced, 
$350. 4 14x7 polished aluminum 
mags, 2 with 60 series tires, $ 200 . 
2 15x10 slotted aluminums. $150. 
598-6566. 

SPRINGS 

Complete Repair Service for 
cars and trucks. LOGAN 
SPRING 8 i SUSPENSION LTD., 
60 Crease Ave. (Behind Budget 
Rent A Truck) 384 2744._ 

RADIATOR REPAIRS, FAST 
top quality repairs at Maurice's 
Auto Body, 427 Beta St., phone 
386-3381 or 384-8094 Located be¬ 
hind the Burnside Pay and Save 
Gas Station._ 

67 MUSTANG FASTBACK 
parts, trunk, GT hood, grill, head 
light assem., almost new 780 
Holley, 390 4 barrel manifold, 
rebuilt 390 without heads. 

383-4202_ 

FOR CHRYSLER SMALL 
block: cam, lifters; Unillte Igni¬ 
tion, headers; engine bearlngs; 
650 Holley; 340 con rods; 8 V 4 
rear; Bell housing; dual ex- 
haust. 382-7709 after 5^._ 

SMALL BLOCK CHEV 
lakewood scatter shield, clutch 
fork, throughout bearing, 
Mcleod Borg N Beck lO'/i^' 
pressure plate and clutch plate. 
Pete, 382-9350 


TOP PRICES PAID 

for scrap cars and metals, we 
pickup anywhere. 

382-4493 384-8075 pgr 1614 


VICTORIA 4-WHEEL DRIVE 
FREE WHEELING HUBS for 
any make of 4-wh^ drive. 

597 Hillside at Rock Bay 
D-13531 _ 386^11 


SET OF MAGS AND TIRES, 
bucket seats, 76 Chev van wind¬ 
shield, good shape; brand new 
Chevy van headers, mufflers 
and sunroof. Offers. 382-8849. 


"MECHANIC" 

Automotive and light truck, pro¬ 
fessional quality work. $15 per 
hour plus parts. 382-4191 9 am - 5 
pm. 


1967 INTERNATIONAL 1 TON 
for parts. 6 Ford dual wheels and 
tires, $100 each. Little Helper 
duntp. fits in pickup. $1500 or 
offers. 479-3479 


VALIANT SLANT 6 AUTO- 
matic, mo^ gocxl with another 
In parts with standard transmis¬ 
sion^ Asking $225 or offers. 


FAD T, 1923 FIBERGLASS T 
bucket on modified mbdel A 
frame. Dropped straight axle. 
Mercury rear end. $400. 478-1567 
after 5pm. 


(4) 15X7 Z28 MAG STYLE 
wheels from 1979 Z28, ( 4 ) 14x6 
and (2) 14x8 GM Rally Wheels 

SiT77ir3^isir’- 


63 GMC PICKUP 283, 3 SPEED, 
needs clutch work. 63 Chev good 
tor parts only, 230 6 cylinder, 293 
unassembled plus misc. parts. 
$850for both. 5»S-0k). 592-01W 


NEVER WAX 


NEW WARN WINCHES 
$660 and^ 
Dual-drive dine^tlals 
478 5112, after 5 pm 


SUNROOFS 

From $159.95 Installed, Britan- 
nia vans. 478-2713. 


USED DATSUN, TOYOTA, 
Pinto, Honda parts. Bob and 
Jinn's Autobodv, Cobble Hill, 
743-9141. 


m paTs,AccEssetiEs 

ANOSCRm 

WANTED: 69 ACADIAN OR 
right front fender and bumper 
for sante. 385-6085, auto wreck- 
ers welcome._ 

WANTED: FULL SIZED '61-'64 
Ford or Mercury for demo 
derby, condition unimportant 
but should run. 478-4248._ 

VW 87MM BIG BORE KIT, 
cross-drilled, crank shaft, modi¬ 
fied cam shaft, etc. $350 o.b.o. 
598-2783 

RACE CAR-JALOPY CLASS. 68 
Ford GT, strung 390 motor, T 
speed trans. Also, complete 
spare car. 479-1321 

PIONEER P<^ER booster. 

477-4718 _ 

VERY HIGH-PERFORMANCE 
with good fuel economy, AlrRe- 
search T04 tur^obiar^, new 


test run only,_ 

69 CHEVELLE 2 DOOR HARD- 
top, V 8 , buckets, console, Rallye 
wheels. Part or whole. $500. 
598-4344._ 

15' TANDEM FLATDECK 
trailer, equalizer hitch and elec¬ 
tric brake lever. Pipe roofrack 
for GM 4X4 Blazer. 6&5671. 

76 CAPRI, 2800CC MOTOR. 4 
sp^. complete. 73 Impala 4 — 
dr hardtop. 64, ton Chev truck. 
474-2755_ 

SET OF 4 VW FIBERGLASS 
flared fenders. Drilled, ready to 
mount. VW 44Diolt to Chev ad^t- 
ers. 385-7610. _ 

SONY GF-578 IN CAR CAS- 
" AAA/FMster^, auto- 
' Brand new. 4-7pnt. 


TWO SLOTTED DEEP DISH 
chromles, 78x15. 8 " wide, fits 
Ttol^^xcelleot condition, $ 100 . 

NEW MGB SHOCKS. 2 FRONTS 
Installed, $150. While stock lasts. 
Crystal Auto Service, 2620 Rock 
Bay Ave. 384-5321 


WANTED: FRONT END BODY 

K rts Volvo 122: hood, grille, 
^^^n^ and left fender. 384-5321. 

MUST SELL. READY TO IN- 
stall 283 40 over TRW piston, 
cam, anti pump yos, push rod 
guides and nwe. 47^24io. 

ELECTRONIC SCOPE EN- 
gine anallzer AAarquette M215. 
as new. Also air bumper lack, 
HD. offers. 477-0964 after 6 . 

AUTOMATIC TRANSMIS- 
slons. $100-$200, exchange. Re¬ 
pairs $15 hourly, guaranteed. 
^-5277. _ 

72 FORD PICKUP, WHOLE OR 
parts. 302,4-ap^. white iooked 
ma^ good rubber, $650. 

HEALTHY 350-320 HP., COR- 
nell rebuilt, Hollev, can be seen 
running. No Sunday calls 
479-0572. __ 

AUTO REPAIRS DONE BY 

•’ 

DATSUN 510 MOTOR, $200. 
Oatsun 510 4-speed, $150. Good 
shape. 474-2705. _ 

68 ENVOY EPIC SPECIAL, 
oymliead cam engine. 0 pm to 
offers. 383-0805 _ 

AUTOMATIC TRANSMIS- 
slons to fit n^ny cars. $150 and 
up. 477-0964 after 6 . 

FREE TOWING 
Scrm cars and trucks cash paid, 

478-9947,478-6293. _ 

SCRAPPING 1960 CHEV 
Wagon, good glass, drivetrain, 
some good body parts. 658-5898. 

AUSTIN CAMBRIDGE FRONT 
bumper and MG Magnet parts. 
reasonable. 383-3020. _ 

WANTED: STEERING COL- 
umn for 67-69 Barracuda with 
console. 479-0167 after 6 . _ 

WANTED: '70 OR LATER 
Ford F-250 4x4 for parts. 
478-5681. _ 

2 BENCH SEATS WITH BELTS 
lo fitlMe model Chev van. 

479-8597 dinner time. _ 

DAMAGED 72 RENAULT SELL 
whole, rebuilt 4 speed transmiv 
Sion, 384-2803. _ 

1972 AUSTIN AMERICAN, 
trans gone, ef^ne A-1, $500 or 
sell for parts, 479-1569 after 4 pm 

1978 GM 350 TRUCK ENGINE, 
complete, excellent condition. 
$500 or best offer 478-3693. 

WANTED: REAR END OR 
parts for 74 Chev ton pIckOp. 
478-4059. _ 

.cassette deck 

witt^ploneer speakers. $ 100 . 

61 GMC HALF TON. RUNNING 
WMiis. Offers. Also camper 
parts. 478-9711 after 6 pm _ 

G.M. TRUCK TRANSMISSION 
four speed stick shift $175.00 
479-6264. _ 

WANTED 51 OR 52 CHEV 
Cow for bo^ parts (right rear 
section). 386-3m. _ 

WANTED: 428 FLY WHEEL 

CASH PAID FOR SCRAP CARS 
Associated, 478-9571 

M9 FOUR BARREL MANI- 
foid,$50firm. 595-2795. _ 

WANTED. ENGINE BLOCK 
for '46 Ford. Phone 478-1628. 

‘'Ly ® ® ^ ,5 A C E L L E N T 
shape. $300.47^16. _ 

67 PONTIAC STATIONWAGON. 
PARTS. 388-6205. _ 

65 CHEVY IMPALA BODY 
parts for sale. 382-4009 anytime. 

WANTED BIG BLOCK 318. 
642-5563. _|_ 

57 FORD, 2 DOOR, FOR PARTS 
or restoration. 477-6263. _ 

75 ASTRE WHOLE OR PARTS. 
As Is. Offers. 382-2442 after 4 . 

IMPORT TRUCK CANOPY, «75. 
656-1628 _ 

WANTED: 292 FORD MOTOR, 
good condition, 656-1628 


1967CHEVELLE MALIBU FOR 
parti or w4wle. 385 6658. _ 

MARQUETTE ENGINE ANA- 
Ivslzer •40-175.478-3712. 

VVARt^NCH' $500. CALL BOB 
at 478-9609. _ 

PARTS WITH 
289.479-5748,479-8448. _ 

CANOPY FOR TOYOTA 
HYLUX $200.658-5753. 

59 MERCEDES 219 
or 220 parts car. 383-0805. 


headllghh. $125. 




64yOLKSWAGON FRONT END 
and trans axle. Cheap. 642-5700. 

$9 PPRSPA^ PARTS, $50. 
Dodge colt for parfi. 595-8791. 

1M AUTOmV 

PRISM AUTO BODY LTD. 
guarantees quality craftsman¬ 
ship, comi^tlve rates and fast 

Rd. behind Saani^ Lumbm- 
vard. _ 

AUTO BODY AND PAINTING, 
reasonable rates. ICBC claims 
•^^«d. Phone Johnny at 


IM 


CARS AND TtUCKS 
WANTED 


WANTED: RELIABLE OLDER 
•»YWrt statlonwaw, could be In 
need of minor body or mechani¬ 
cal repair, no rust. Prefer Vdks- 

mMws *350. 


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CANS AM) TRUCKS 
WANTED 


We Buy & Consign 

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PRE-Oifl) 

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LESCARR'S 
SALES & LEASING 
854 PANDORA AT QUADRA 

iPAY 

the Highest Prices for 
Your Clean Used Car 
TRYUS-YOU'LLBE 
SURPRISED! 

CONTACT 
CARL SPICER 
Used car mgr. 
Empress Pontiac BuIck 
GMC LTD. 

382-7121 DL01227A 


CKH 


FORCLEAN 
USEDCARS 

SEE LES STARLING 

SUBURBAN 
Motors Ltd. 

3377 Douglas 38MI31 

Dealer 5528 

IMPORTS 
SPORTSCARS 
SMALL DOMESTICS 
URGENTLY NEEDED 


EDWARD 

motors ltd. 


13l«Oouol» 
(Opposite ICBC) 
yMOT 31 



PAYS 
High Prices 

WE BUY 
ALL 
MAKES 

McCallum Motors Ltd. 

38 ^^CgnerofYates 8 Cook^ 5 ^ 

WANTED 

TRUCKSAVANS 
Also will take 
consignment vehicles 

GARDEN CITY AUTO 

_.LEASE CENTRE 

382-9111 _ 2978 Douglas 

Selling Your Car? 

Lets get together at YATES 
A^O SALrt, 388-7722. Dealer 

CASH FOR GOOD. 

, CLEAN USED CARS 
Jti^^^APLIMLEY LTD. 
1010 Yates St._382-9121 

CASH 

for clean, used cars 
^,SAUNDE RS Salm & Smvice 
474-2211_Colwood 

WANTED. FULL SIZED '61-'64 
Ford or Mercury for demo 
^by, condition unimportant 
but should run. 478-4248. _ 

CASH FOR CLEAN CARS 
E4K MOTORS LTD. 

642 Burnside E._383-6231 

SMALL CAR $1000 OR LESS, 
^od^ondltlon, low mileage. 

WANTED-VOLKSWAGEN 
conve^ble. good condition. 
Phone 595-8640._ 

WANTED 1969-1971 OR 1974 
Volkswagen Beetle Deluxe, 
standard fluff. 477-4091._ 

WANTED: S/^LL CAR, 4 OR 6 
cylinder, ai^omatic, running 
good. $200-$300. Private, 385-353 

WANTED 77 OR LATER 
model VW Rabbit. 642-3342. 


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--I6 Years of RV Exparlence 
Ready to Serve You— 

★ VANGUARD★ 

★ PROWLER ★ 

★ TRIPLE E ★ 
★S TARCRAF Tk 

JUST ARRIVED 

IV'PROWLER 
LIGHTWEIGHT 
This allnew Aerodynafnlc trall- 

fyliv self-contained Including 
in the Ideal trailer to 
pull behM the newer small cars 
and trucks. Be sure to drop In 
and sec whet's new for the 

New Truck campers from 
$2995 

Good selection of 79^s at 
real savings . 

5th WHEEL 
SPECIALISTS! 

displev. Theperfect llve-in. 

CLEAN TRADES 

M Terry 30'Sth Wheel 89500 

SWil-W 25^ 

76 Vanguard 20' moforhonS*'^ 

9]/i' cemper'^ilSw 
^Meneeenr camper $3195 
8 Cavenim camper $1425 
2 Vel^ Import camper $2795 
«W5 

77GMCstxVen $ 6« )0 


PARTS DEPT. 
SPECIAL 

ir auto roHup awning $289.00 
Wwrtwr.drop-ln hotplate $64.95 
l54X)0-ib. trans. cooler $39.95 


—Large Parts and 
Accessories Store 

—Repairs 
—Consignment Sale 
—Rentals 

PEDENRV LTD. 

285QUESNELST. (D6418) 
Behind Empress Pontiac Buick 


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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1980 



2524 DOUGLAS ST. 

(Across from Vic Prass) 

383-3635 
8DAYSLEFT 
ANDWEARE 
RELOCATING 
MAKE YOUR 
OFFER 
NOW! 

1979FRONTIER 
Motorhome 19' 
Brand New 

Was $22^ 

Sale Price $19,999 

STOP MOTORS LTD. 

393-3635_Dealer 6307 



1978 32 HOLIDAY RAMBLER 
5th. Loaded with everything 
plus '79 GMC Sierra Grande 
6pass. also loaded 
Was $39,950 Now $34,990 

197624'Itasca, loaded 

NOW $18,950 
1974 (:Y(jNET 16' $3,295 

'730TT0HT.T. $1495 

'74 SUNDOWNER HT.T. $2295 
'7413'BOLE R $2495 

'7413'^RITE tt795 

In Stock, new 

CHINOOKS. LITTLE CHIEF, 
KITKAMPERS. 
LAYTON TRAILERS 
andTRAV-L-MATES 

YOUR DOWNTOWN 
R.V. PARTS DEPOT 

WEEKLY SPECIAL 

aatsSs'iMasi!'.' 

ITOSBIanshardSt. 385-5012 
Dealer 5183 


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TRIANGLE. 
HOMES LTD. 

WEEKEND 
SPECIAL 
25'CITATION 

N^ — '80 Travel Trailer. Fully 
self-contained, features private 
bedroorn vrtth double bed Front 
dinette, full galley, l only! 
SPECIAL $9995 

The RV centre with the Indoor 
showroom plus 6 bey coin-op 
Carwash with clearance for your 


Franchised dealer for Citation, 
Corsair, Aristocrat, Centurion, 
Southwind, Jamboree and Diplo¬ 
mat. 

In Sidney on the Pat Bay Hvry. 
across from Sandown Raceway. 
656-1122 656-7251 

Dealer 1055B 




TRAILER SUPPLIES 
LTD. 

PROPANE —REPAIRS 
AND 

APPLIANCE SERVICE 
Custom Building 
and 

Van Conversions 
Large Parts 
and Accessories Store 

652-3941 
Mon.*Sat.9to5 
Sun. 12to4 

6459 Patricia Bay Hwv. 

WINNEBAGO 
rustler 

ROADWAY 
HOLIOAIRC 

travelaire 

LEISURECRAFT 
BOLER. LIONEL. EMPRESS 
CANOPY 

PAT BAY HWV . SIDNEY 
656-5504 DEALER 5513A 

Open 9-5 Weekdays 
12-5 Sundays 

GREAT SELECTION OF 
LIONEL 

Canada's Most Popular 
TENT TRAILER 
Buy now— 

Avoid the Spring rush 
ATTEtiTION! 

For W» ton end % ton trucks we 
have the 8' ROADWAY Camp^ 
ers, c/w furnace, stove, fully 
Installed. ONLY $2,495 

aaanylowlowprice6 

MOTORHOMES 

21'NOMAD 

IW mp^. Bathtub, storm win¬ 
dows. fully self-contained. 

Only $8795 

TRADE-INS 

'79 20'HOLIDAY $6795 

'224'KIT.elr.cood. $5695 

'72 20' ARGOSSY by Airstreem. 

$5795 

AUTOMATIC 

AWNINGS 

Greet Savings!! 
e.g. 12'mdderi299 

PROPANE 

PARTS—SERVICE 

BOB'S 

MOBILE HOMES LTD. 

25 Creese 386-362: 

Peeler 5689 

PEDEN R.V. LTD. 

-RENTALS- 

MOTORHOMES 

CAMPERS 

TRAILERS 

Early Booking SoeciaisI 

Book your unit before April isl 
end receive a special dlscoum 
end an opportunity to receive 
your rental at no charge! 

For Details Contact Us At 

386-3464 

^OuesneiSt. behind 
Empre» Pontlac-Buick 

27' WINNEBAGO CHIEFTAN, 
immecylete condition, full bath¬ 
room, full bedroom, air condl- 
tlonlM, generator and many 
more luxury feaKires. 3846803. 

1978 PROWLER, 23' SELF- 

RAVEN RV'S 
VAN CONVERSIONS 
_ 479-3178 _ 

1979 WILDERNESS TANDEM 
♦ravel trallaf' 20*, toilet, shower 
and bath, sleeps 6, fully 
equipped, nearly new. 478-5802. 

AS NEW. 1978 OTTO 20' MO- 
♦orhome. cemf^ete, 9,000 km. 
$U,8M. 734 ^esUrlea Rd. 


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CAMPOS, TRAIUEKS 
•bAMSTOR HOMES 


tilliEllO 

650 Burnside Rd.E. 

★OKANAGANk 
kSCAMPERk 
kCOLEMANk 
'80 8'9" Scamper 
c/w 4.5 cu. ft. fridge, 
oven 

forced air furnace 
fresh water toilet, 
jacks. $5806 
'80 8'Skipper 
c/w ice box, fur¬ 
nace, loaded 

_$2743 

Parts Dept. Specials 

3.5 cu. ft. fridge, 3-wav 
Reg. $507 Sale$439 

Trav'er 4 burner oven range 
Reg. $329 Sale$249 

Front mount Universal Tire 
Carrier 

Reg. $2795 Sale $2495 


- Repairs to ail makes and 

models 

-Appliance repairs 
-Hitches and wiring 

- Consignment Sales 
-Trades welcome 

OPEN7DAYSAWEEK 

MON. Thru FRI.9to9 
SAT.9to6, SUN.lltoS 

Victoria's One Stop 
R.V. Shop 

M 

All Types of RVs 
Reasonable Rates 

lie Dodge Qifysler 

382-2313 

POOLES RV 
TRAVELAND 
for' 

TERRY, TERRY-TAURUS 
TRILLIUM travel trailers. 
SLUMBER QUEEN truck 
campers. 

PARTS 8. SERVICES 
ACCESSORIES 
PROPANE — DUMP STATION 
STORAGE 

1080<3oidstream 474-1411 

_ D5806 _ 

8' SECURITY CAMPER, Ex¬ 
cellent condition. Furnace, 
radio, new stove. 656-1748 after 
5pm._ 

1978 DIPLOMAT MOTOR- 
home, 23', GMC chassis, like 


73 8' PARKLANE CAMPER, 
Ice tox, 3 burnw stove, stem 4. 

NEW 15' TRILLIUM LIGHT 
weight fiberglass trailer In¬ 
cludes furnace and brakes, $4,- 
800 or best offer. 478-2745. _ 

NEW TO VICTORIA 
RV MOBILE DOCTOR 
All RV rroairs and mainte- 
nance. 479-^19 

20' SE LF CONT Al NE D TRIPLE 
E trailer with hitch, trailer 

WANTED TO RENT BY RE- 
sponsiMe party; motor home for 

mAay**' 

1971 GLEN-L i7»/,' TRAILER, 
good condition. Furnace, toilet, 
stove vdth oven, fridge, sici^ 6. 
479-6867_ 

1977 8'9" OKANAGAN C AMPE R 
and 1977 c^c % ton Camper 
Special. Both in excellent condl- 
tion. 479-4367_ 

26' BUS/CAMPER, 1958 FORD 
with 2 speed axlle, slc^ 6, leav- 
47^7o8r" must sell. $2400. 


8' CAMPER. 3-WAY FRIDGE. 
3-bwner stove, furnace. Sleeps 


i. 384-4700. 


1976 PROWLER 19* TANDEM 
Axel trailer, self-contained, ex¬ 
cellent condition. Mounted spare 
tire and awning. $5500.385-^. 

S' CABOVER CAMPER. GAS 
^idge and stove, loads of cup¬ 
boards and storage. $1500. 
652-2182._ 

8*^' RANDELL, SLEEPS 4 
adults and 2 kids. 3 wav fridge. 
Stove «nsLtymace, 4 hydroUc 
lacks, $1300 firm. 385W4 

78 VANGUARD 22' MOTOR 
home, fully equipped Including 
^and shower, slews 6, as new 
8000 miles, $19,500.^1-3680 

1967 % TON FORD MOTOR 
home. 4 speed, no bathroom, Im- 
maculafe condition, $5500, 
offers. 477-4813._ 

WE WILL BUY YOUR GOOD 
used Rec. Vehicle. Peden R.v. 
Ltd, 2t5SQuesntl St, 386-3464. 

RENT TRAVEL TRAILERS. 16, 
17, 18, 23 feet. Winter and sum- 
mer rates. 384-4818_ 

11' VANGUARD CAMPER, EX- 
ce^llent condition. Phone 
598-6707._ 

1976 8' OKANAGAN, MANY 
^^♦^s, very good shlpe. 

TRAVELMATE CAMPER FOR 
76 EMPRESS MOTORHOME. 


-r .. * tW 19*CAMPER 
Toilet moWL Goo6 condition. 
Asking $1850.478-9748._ 

6; THUNOERBIRO CANOPY 
Insu- 

iated, $325.477-1482 or 595-2182. 

MUST «LL. 1966, 23' ARIS- 
tociAt, offers on $3000. Will con¬ 
sider trade for van. 382-6827 

3430 Seymour, site e 71. _ 

1976 NOMAD 23', FULLY 
gujggKt, excellent condition. 

16' CITATION TRAILER, 

19M KIT COMPANION, 15', 
sjovo' ov«v mrnke. Ice box, 
sleeps 5. $1400.656-3474,477-^151 

W' MOTORHOME AND TENT 
tra ler for rant, book now for 
holldavs. 656-5948. 


25' AAOTORHOME, AAANY OP- 
tto»^3X)00 miles. Like new. 

8' SECURITY CABOVER 

OKANAGAN IMPORT CAMP- 
»t200, otters. 
478-6620. _ 

8' SECURITY CAMPER, GOOD 

tTparklane'ITarotc^ 

8800 or offers. 
478-0421._ 

1978 VANGUARD 8'9" CAMP- 

15' CUSTOM CHASSIS MOUNT 
camper. Many extras. $5800. 
Offers. 478-2483 


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CAMPfERS, TRAILERS 
■MMTOR HOMES 


\ BRITANNIA 
VAN CONVERSIONS 
Spring fever 8 b 1« 10% off 
list on anything ordered. 
Sunroofs from $159.95 
installed. 

471-2713 (Dealer 6703) 

FOR RENT OR SALE 
MOTORHOMES 
WEEKLY-MONTHLY 
AUTO lease 
^^^ 2978 Douglas, 382-9111. 

DOGWOOD TRAILER SALES 
PARTS —PROPANE 
WESTERN WILDERNESS 
Campers 

WILOERN^ Trailers 
2630 Deville Road 
Hl(|^avlatMlllstream 


478-6841 


D5390 


75 BEACHCOMBER FIBER- 
glass trailer, 15', weight 1450 lbs. 
Spotless, roomy Interior, sleeps 
4-^ Fridge, stove, furnace, 
port-e-potti, Includes electric 
brakes, controls and wiring, 
Like new. $2900. 

478- 9781. _ 

’i^8.2J'..8Et^CURITY 5TH 
wheel trailer, forced air heating, 
shower, toilet, 3-wav fridge, 
sto^ complete with oven. 8- 
track stereo, tv aerial, 14' awn¬ 
ing. new tires, drapes and seat 
covers. 381-0960 after 5._ 

^ „ 77 DODGE MAXI VAN 
Fully camperized. Funcrafttop. 
stove, fridge, furnace, extras, 
stew 4. Po^ steering, power 
trafcw^uto, transmission, 360 
y8,2lj;W mites, good condition. 
$12,500. After 7pm, 652-3748. 

17' triple E TRAVEL TRAIL- 
er, fridge, stove, furnace, 3— 
wav power, toilet, vanttv sink, 
steeps 6, and 73 Oodgt V8 auto, 
power steering, air shocks, trans 
cooler, extras. Package $5500. 
Will sell separatelv. 598-7196 

, LIONELTENTTRAILER 
110 model, sleeps 6, sink, 

2 burner stove. Icebox, portable 

after 4pm. _ 

CALL 5^748 FOR THE MOST 
be^lful G.AA.C. Aquarius mo- 
torhome, spacious floor plan, 
full bathroom, all equipped. 
Priced to sell at $16,^. Be ^ 
lucky one, call now._ 

1978 VANGUARD 11' CAMPER, 
seldom used, deluxe modH with 
all available options, i.e, hot 
water, shower, flush toltet, fur¬ 
nace, car^, etc. Steeps 5. As 
new condition. 479-5563. _ 

1978 SHAMROCK 23' MOTOR- 
hpme. Low mileage. Top condi¬ 
tion. Power steering, power 
^^es, 360 Ford, eutomatlc, 3 
dbi. beds and lots of storage 
space. $16,000.4788623. 

73 28' WICKS 5TH WHEEL 
trailer, clean. $8900. 79 F250 
^kup, 18,000 miles. $6295. 
Offers on both wanted, or trades. 
Munro Motors D.L. 5804. 
112-7488760._ 

TAKE OVER PAYMENTS 
$202 per month. 1974 31' deluxe 
5th wheel travel trailer. Full 
price $83®®. Phone owner. 

479- 7980. _ 

1978TRIPLE E MOTOR HOME. 
W, sleeps six, air, cruise con¬ 
trol, plus many extras. Trade 
vour equity Inpropi^ or $15,500 
cash. After 7pm., 4778968_ 

OLDER REMODELED SIL- 
verllne hardtop tent trailer, 
sl«Bps 6. propane heater, stove, 
t^rSome canvas wont need- 
ed. $500, best offer. 479-8024. 

ready for suaamer 

with 1961 13' Shasta trailer, 
sleeps 2 very comfortably, 
fridge, stove, cioset, table. Very 
clean. $600 or offers. 385-7824. 

1977 SHASTA TRAVEL TRAIL- 
er, 18V^', tandem, fully equipped, 
like new condition, one owner, 
reasonable 

1976 10' TRAVELETTE TRAIL- 

er, 2 burner stove, sink. Icebox, 
batferv pack, toilet compart- 
mant, slew 3, towed by VW 
Rabbit, S1400. 998-3449. _ 

1966 SCAMPER 15' TRAILER, 
electric brakes, stove, oven, fur¬ 
nace. Ice box, toilet with holding 
tanl^ steeps 6. $l800or best offer. 
478-8818. _ 

1977 DODGE MAXIVAN, AS 
amperlied, lowmlle- 
Hidltloned. Extras. 

— reasonable offer. 
658*8996. 


ivrr MAKIV/ 

new, fully camperized. k 
ape, air conditioned. I 
$12,500 or reasonable 


•zeb tri^k or motorhorneVMari* 
ISM 5th. 383-7664 _ 

FOR RENT: CAMPERS AND 
R«»erve early. 
479-7893 _ 

CLASS A MOTOR HOME FOR 
sale, maiw options, all offers 
considered, 47^12. _ 

73 GMC ^ TON WITH 9'/,' SE- 
curltv camper. Deluxe unit. Sac- 
rlflce$6000obO. 477-7714. _ 

MOTORHOME. 
$13,995.479-4766 _ 

14'^AMP^ER TRAILER, $1550. 
17' travel trailer, $18». 478-7324 

WANTED: 8 ' CAMPER WITH 
3-wav fridge. Phone 743-9249. 

^lder travel 

trailer for cash. 477-1746 _ 

COVEI^O UTILITY TRAIL- 
er, $75. Phone 3818136. _ 

8' vanguard canopy in 

good condition, $300.479-9763. 

721^1108 OVER CAMPER, $850. 

11' VANGARD CAMPER. 
Fully equipped. $3,875.478-1115. 

EMPl^SS MOTORHOME FOR 
sate, TT, steeps 6.6564759. 

1« MMEHOaES 

MiPMKS 


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YOU'VE SEEN THE REST 
NOW COME fEE THEWsT! 
Peace Si tranquiliiv surrounds 

l^treyj k^. Only mlnutw from 
shopping 8 some of the best fish- 

no In ^ world! Your choice of 
Jl ^ ••fwp with 

sWrtlno. sondeeks, landscaping, 
ce^r sh^, morel Lots are 
oolno fast. Taking resarvatlons 
with a refundable deposit. View 
our shovroom In Laiwford (oft 

Buy Right Homes 

pi-»l« ^ ,74-2154 3U-2912 


£ 


* Fine retirement living 

* Ownyourlot 

a $500,000 rec. centre 
a OlsiXav homes on site 
a R.^ Storage 
a Phase 11 Now Selling 

Turn West off Pat Bay on 
A^T^Ish R(Md. (Alroort turn 
then Right on Canora to 
Entry Gates. 

Daater6155 Phon»656-1414 

GOLDSTREAAA 

MOBILE HOMES LTD. 
T/Can Hv Sooke Lk Rd 

New 1980 homes on display, 
14x70 5 place award winning 
bathroom, 2 BDR cAv firopiaoe; 
new ^wlde 2 BDR, 2 bath (1- 
yP •b‘*tt sect; 
14x70 3 BDR. For private prop¬ 
erty set up. open for offers. 
Mar^ Smith 4788761 or 4788774 
Res. Dealer 1280A. 


m MOHIU HOMES 
AHifAMS 


FISHERMAN'S 

SPECIAL 

NEWLISTING 

10)^ 3-bdrm mobite home, In 
^ to AAarIna. 

Includes fridge, stove, TV anten¬ 
na. Seavtew. frans^ation at 

^^OmAMcCLEAV^ 
BLOCK ewos. REALTY Lm 


CANAOA^Vl'SksT PARK 
Buy your mobite h^ at the 
deiter of vour ch^e. ^enlc 
waTer and mountain views. 
Phone 642-5486, or 642-9972. 

78 24X52 MODULAR HOME. 2 
bedroom with family room, wall 
to wall carpats, drapes, stove, 
fridge, overheed oven, situeted 
in aduh section o( Lennon Creek 
Park, Sooke. Asking $39,980. In¬ 
quiries at • 99 or phone 642-4815 
before 7pm. Privete sate. _ 

12X52 LEADER WITH 8X32 AD- 
dltlon, exoeltent condition. In¬ 
cludes rugs, stove, fridge, wash¬ 
er. drver, living room drapes, 
storage shed. Looted at Gold- 
stream villa Park: Asking $15,- 
900. Call Ovmer 478-6217 for ap- 
polntmenftovlew. 


IT'S A STEAL!! COSY 2 BED- 
rppm furnished mobite on e nice 
lot In quiet View Royal Park, on 
city bus line. Good for starters, 
retiring or Investment for rental 
purposes. (Dpen to offers on $10,- 
000 385-2639or 4798712. 

NEW OWNERS 

Only 5 spaces left In quiet family 
^irk. located in Sooke, 

^_ts wHcome. Sorr 
dogs. Phone 642-4420. _ 

^ THINKING OF SELLING? 
Our llstinos are s^lng and we 
have purchasers waiting! For a 
no cost evaluation of Vour home 
and prompt, courteous service 
call: Buy Right Homes, 474-2154. 

EXCEPTIONAL BUY 
12x64 Marlette. sunken living 
room. Indirect lighting, 3 mil- 
ar^, fully landscaped, shedT In 
adult waterfront perk SoAe. 
$16,500. After 5pm, 474-2663. 

DELUXE 24X52 DOUBLE 
wide Includes: air conditioner, 
range, frl^e, drapes, shed, 

DOUBLE WIDE. 24X40, 3 BED- 
room noodular home, fridge, 
stove, carpets and drapes. 
Brand new condition. $25,900 
without lot. 652-3096 

MOBILE HOME SITES. 
Available In Sooke. Paved, wa¬ 
terfront, quiet. Includes water 
and garbage pickup. 992-9117 

BEAUTIFULDOUBLE! 
4^ms, 'A acre pad. Was $24.- 
900. Reduced to $22,500. firm! 
474-21S4. BuvHght. D6I62._ 

IN ADULT PARK. jCOLWOOO 
C(^ners, 10' wide, very nice ad¬ 
dition, well insulated, $10,900. 
478-4562,4788164. _ 

NEONEX 12X68, 2 LARGE 
bedroorns, fully furnished. 
4^1675 afty 4pm_ 

ONBUSLINE! 

2^, nicely landscaped krt! $15,- 
900.474-2154. Buyrlght. D6162. 

CAN'T BEAT THIS PRICE! 
(Offers on $11,900! 2 br, addon! 
474-2154. Buyright. D6162._ 

PRICED TO SELL! 

24x« 3 br. large deck! $20,900. 
474-2154. Buyrigtt. D6162. 

1972 OLYMPIAN, 4 APPLI- 
ances, bus route, $13,000. 
478-1006 _ 

1975, 12X68 MOBILE HOME, 
one owner, excellent condition, 4 
appliances. 478-0574_ 

WELL KEPT 1972 BENDIX 
Le^er. Restful setting bv 
beach. Extra additions. 642-5378. 

12X68 MOBILE HOME, ADULT 
park. 478-7651. 

17t SMMMER HOMES, 
COnAOESaidRESOiTS 

WANT TO GET AWAY? 

Like to rent a private lake-shore 
sumnter home? 

Want convenience-comfort" 
luxury? 

Want beautiful natural setting? 
Want good swlmmlng-flshlng- 
boating? 

Want to find out more? 

Writeto Box 1562 ParksvIlleB.C. 
V0R2S0 

Atove Is available June—July of 
1980_ 

WANTED-1 UP ISLAND CABIN 
for 1 we^ starting April 11th on. 
Phone after 7:30pm .^5279. 

115 COHVALESCEHT 
AHOREH HOMES 

EXCLUSIVE RESTHOME, 
personal ^touch our speciality. 
Breakfast served In room, have 
ope vacancy. Get vour name on 
the list. Apply at Banavern 
Home, 914 Saint Charles St. Mrs. 
Scribner. 59S-3534._ 

UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT 
Joan Cres Manor 
Retirement Home. 

Mrs M. Baker 595-1315 

A touch of distinction 

VACANCY IN SMALL RESTH- 
on>e, female and mate, home 
cooked meals. 595-1513_ 

RETIRED PERSON, ROOM 
and board, nursing care. 

384-6452. _ 

EXCLUSIVE AREA. ROOM 
with private bath. Available 
March 1.385-9403 

IN ROOMiBilOMI 


GLENSHIEL HOTEL 

HOME FOR SENIOR CITI¬ 
ZENS 

EXCELLENT FOOD 
CENTRALLY LOCATED 
606 DOUGLAS _ 3838164 

CRAIGMYLE GUEST HOUSE 
and breakfast, or full OMrd, 
winter and parmanent rates 
available. Situated 1 mite from 
cHY center. AlonosIdeCralfidar- 
rochCastte. 5958411,1037Cralg- 
darroch._ 

RESPONSIBLE BORDER 
wanted to share quiet attrac¬ 
tive bachelor room with Nutrlon 
conscious man 34 (smoker), $155 
arnonth or $^m buy own food, 
^wne, laundry Included. Brian 
384-744168|)m._ 

OAK BAY GUEST HOUSE 
Private rooms with bath. Full 
board or bed and breakfast. Per- 
nypn^. weekly or dolly rates. 
Situeted on *2 bus rouW. 1052 
Newport. 598-3812._ 

PREFER SINGLE WORKING 
women in Brgomehlll tree. 
Sop^Avelleble March 1st. 
642-4903. _ 

R^M AND BOARD AVAIL- 
eble..FalrTleld district. $300-$600 
monthly. Phone 479-5379. 


Ill 


ROOMmIHOMH 

WAMm 


ROOM AND BOARD NEEDED 
for young nvin training at (3ood- 
w II Enterprises, $180per rrwnth. 
Please contact 385-^56, local 
002 . 

IN HOOMSTOHIHT 

DOMINION 

HOTEL 

Rooms from $67.50 per week. TV 
meld service at our full fecll- 
itv downtown hotel, cIom to all 
by^.»4-4136.799YatesSt. (Dl- 
vlslon of Wells Fargo). _ 

CLOSETO SIMPSON SEARS. 


able March 1st. 592-9019. 


COMFORTABLE AND COSY 
furnished room. Glanford area. 
$110 monthly. 479-2445. 


JAMES BAY. ROOM FOR MAN 
8100. 

3838746 between lOam-Tpm. 


193 ROOMS TO HEHT 

LOW RATES 

MAIOSERVICE 
Room by dev, week or nuxith. 
Singles from $45 per week, $140 
per month. The JAMES BAY 
INN, 270 Government St. 
384-7151. (DIv. of Wells Fargo). 


FURNISHED ROOM. USE OF 
kitchen facilities end femiiv 
room. Half bioefc from beech. 
Mill Bey area. $130 month. 
112-74?9fe9._ 

MODERN KITCHEN UNITS, 
Close to downtown, color TV, 
from $27.50 deliv and,from $95 
weekly. 3838742 


BASEMENT ROOM AVAIL- 
ebte anytime, for single person. 
‘ —^ ' rTho- 


E^l 

-enytin..,__ _ __ 

close to Mayfair shopping 
Centre. 385-1200. __ 

FAIRFIELO-ROCKLAND. 
Bright, small suite tor very quiet 
person. 382-0535. 


WEEKLY SLEEPING ROOMS. 
Dougles Hotel. Special rates. 


PRIVATE ROOM WITH 
meels,$17SpernrK)nth.386-6S45. 


197 


mnauam 

ROOMS T9 HEHT 


FURNISHED, BATH FL(X)R, 
full gas range, fridge, sink, heri¬ 
tage honte. Light, heat, gas in¬ 
cluded. Cable, phone outlets. 
Central location. $115 monthly. 
Ov^^S, single occupancy. 

COMf^ETELY FURNISHED, 
bed-sitfing room, TV Included, 
full kitchen privliegee. in a turn 
of the Century Character house. 
Working female or female stu¬ 
dent only. $150 per month, 
'’after 7pm. 


388-6492a 


FAIRFIELD 
Partly furnished single room 

withfric* -- ■ 

bath. 


llv furnished single room 
I fridw, hot plate, sink, share 
—I. $160/mo Includes heat and 

B^IAN RIPLEY 381-2233 

OCEAN CITY REALTY LTD. 

SELF CONTAINED UNITS 
Tklv. r. 


- .. monthly, maid service, 

local phone and answering ser¬ 
vice included, full hotel faci¬ 
lities. Sales office 658-5231, 
Royal Oak Inn 4680 Elk Lake Dr 

HOUSEKEEPING ROOM FOR 
iwt. Utilities Included, range, 
fridlM. (^iet dlsfri<^ near town. 
Tv 384-2S04 afternoons. Sult- 
worklngman. _ 

CLEAN HOUSEKEEPING 
rooms. Everything supplied. 
Low rates. York Hotef 711 
Johsnon St., 385-2544. _ 

2 ROOM SUITE, COMPLETE- 
Iv furnished, downtown location, 
available March >st. $175. 
642-4463. _ 

FURNISHED BEDSITTING 
room, near Mayfair, kitchen fa¬ 
cilities, suit young girl. $95. 
382-7020. _ 

HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS, $130 
to $180 a month. All utilities In- 
cluded. 3838686 _ 

1 ROOM COMPLETELY FUR- 
nlshed, $150, downtown location, 
March 1st. 642-4463. _ 

FURNISHED ROOM, SHARE 
kitchen and bath, use of rec 
room, close to buses. 479-2779 » 

HOUSEKEEPING ROOM, 
walking distance to town 
384-1663. _ 

BRIGHT clean ROOM, 
Cook/Fort area, middle agecM 
derty lady only. 384-7474. _ 

YOUNG PEOPLE TO SHARE 
house In James Bay. 383-2622 
after 5pm. 


199 


NOHSaEEFMO 

tOOMSWAMTED 


HOUSEKEEPING ROOM 
wanted, non smoker, non drink 
Inggwleman. 6528101 _ 

299 APARTMEHTSTO 
REHTIMFURHtSHEO 


JjAnehi 

WW 2712 


lunteng 

2713 QUADRA 
381-2113 
HERE ARE SEVERAL OF OUR 
MANY LISTINGS 
l^BR. Esq. Heat, c/v, w/w, f/s. 
(3uiet bldg. $251 

Bach. Esq. F/$, c/v, w/w. $175 

1 BR. Esq. heat, h/w, c/v, f/s, 
prkg.,$220 

1 BR. plus den Esq. F/s, w/d, 
c/v, large kitchen, ocean view 
from balcony. $305 

1 BR. very spacious main floor, 
completely furnished. Suit re- 
tlred^couple. $300 

2X1 BR. Hillside, newly renovat¬ 
ed In an older home, $^ & $290 

Fully furnished. Close to 
Jubilee, $235 

2 BR. Beacon Hill Park. Quiet 
mature people. $261 

2 BR. Vic West. F/s, c/v, w/w. 
^t, prkg. $255 

2 BR. Esq. Quiet bldg. F/s, 
w/w/, c/v, prkg. $245 

2 BR. Gorpe. C/v, w/w, f/s, heat. 
Suit working couple. $316 

2 BR. Quadra St. Roof toppatio& 
view of Mount Tolmie. Quiet 
Bldg., c/v, f/s, w/w. $273 
Mon-Frl9-9 
Sat-Sun 10-5 
381-2113-Fee $30 

renieA. 

OPEN 8-9 
SAT. and SUN. 

COME AND SEE OUR MANY 

Ow b<fm!\ldsT)K?Cpt/drps 
View and pool, heat paid! 4A1 
Large two bdrim with dog run, 
gote, cpt/drapes, $245. 5A21 

CALL 381-1234 

rentex 

AVAILABLE NOW 

Deluxe waterfront condomin¬ 
ium with rtush W to W Mrpets, 
grau clofh paper, 3 first line 
appliances, and your patio Is 
often only 15' or 20' from the 
Cozy and warm 
P*.n>^t. (5rms, 2 bath¬ 
rooms. 2 bdrms) vtfv spacious 
and Ived in. new 8i mod- 
e^ all rntet neighbors and no 
pets or atlldran. Please phone 
3828312 or 3828239 days or eves 
call 477^4662. $600. per nwnth or 
voy can buy. (see our ad In clas¬ 
sification 251) NOW ONLY 12%. 


2 BEDROOM SUITES 
AVAILABLE MARCH 1st 

SUIT WORKING COUPLE 
OR SEMI OR RETIRED 
tW CHILDREN, NO PETS 
1 In Quadra Toimte area, large 
suite, excellent views, heaT 
waty.c^and parklno Includ¬ 
ed. Rent $273. 382-5109 befr^ 
10am and 2pm for appointment 
to view. 

1 off (3prge Road near Wood- 
war^, large brioht suite, dlsh- 
was^, heat, water, parking In- 
cluded. Rent $316. Phone 
^-6407 between lOam and 2pm 
for appoinhnant to view. 


SEAVIEW RENTAL 

TOWNHOUSES 

2341 HARBOUR RD. 
SIDNEY, B.C. 

PHONE 656-0391 

F/^ILY accommodation. 
Three bedroom, two bath town- 
houses available for Immediate 
occupancy. $425 monthly exclud¬ 
ing appliances. Open ^turdav 
10am-12am, Sunday 2pm-%>m. 
1500Gtentana. off Admirals Rd. 


C-9 

m APARTMOITSTO 
ROtTIMRttWSlia 


_SERSPRIIV 

PROflfrms LTD / RCAlTOfl 


BONNIE DOONE APTS 
21 W. BURNSIDE 
Available March 1st. 
l-BDRM from $27D-$288 mth. 

TO VIEW CALL: 382 2906 

OAK BAY PRIME 
WATERFRONT 

Top floor 2 BR., 2 bath condo¬ 
minium wife available Immedi 
atelv with l year tease. Attrac- 
♦lye prestige building near Golf 
Club. Fireplace. Wrap around 
telcony. Superb water and gar 
den views. To view call Eleanor 
Sanderson 384-9610 or 479-1667. 
J.H. WhittomeBCo. Ltd. 

MALAHAT DELUXE RANCH 
home with one 2 bedroom suite 
w th private lanal living room 
wim parlor stove. $425. one i 
bedroom with large living room 
and dining room with parlor 
stove and private lawn garden, 
$375. Carports, use of private 
pool and surrounding forest 
l and. 5 acres of pasture land and 
3 stall barn avallabte. 25 miles of 
horse trails and private lake. 
Adults only . 595-31M_ 

OCEANFRONT 

Luxurious apartntent with a spa 
clous 1400 sq. ft. 2 BR. - 2 wash 
rooms - walk-in closet adloining 
master bdrm. - patio oft living 
room and master bdrm. pres¬ 
ents a spectacular view - large 
kitchen with eatir)g area - land¬ 
scaped grounds - tranquil setting 
- deep water nrworage at near bv 
marma. Adult building. 

OCEAN VILLAGE-642-5254 

$215. ESQUIMALT-NAOEN 
Top fir. Corner 2-BR apt. with 
balcony. Avail. March 1. 

$270. ESQUIMALT-NADEN. 
Top fir. 3-BR with balcony. 
Avail, now. 

tt47. ESQUIMALT. Spacious 2 - 
BR apt. In elevated position. 
Incl. neat, cable, carpet, bal¬ 
cony. Avail. March i. 

PEMBERTON, HOLMES 
LTD., 384-8124 
1000 Government St. 

EMERAUDE APTS. 

611 A(jmirais Rd. 
Available Immedlatelv 
or March 1st 

1 BR's from $225.00 

2 BR's from $250.00 
Phone 384-787T after 

2:00 p.m. or enquire at 
Ste. «101 or • 102. 
Creighton Property Mgmt. Ltd. 

CHALET APTS. 

1465 Fort St. 

(Oft Pemberton Rd.) 
Comptetelv Renovated 1 and 2 
BRs from $250. No pets or chll 
dren accepted. 

Mature Adults Only 
Call Manager at 595-0593 
ConHtlefe Property 
Management 

SIDNEY 

Bachelor $245-s275, one bedroom 
and den $360-$380. One bedroom 
den and loft $400-$410.2 bedroom 
$385-$395, 2 bedroom and loft 
$460. Includes: wallxwall, 
drapes, hot water, cable, park 
Near shopplno, bus, schools 
Children accepted, no pets. 
656-3060. 

VILLAGE OAKS 

2125OAK BAY AVE 
Luxurious condominium, 2 bed¬ 
room suites, V/7 baths, some 
available immedlatelv, some 
March 1st. Near all amenities 
$540 and up. Call 595-2919, 

OAK BAY, UNIQUE 2-BEO 
rown apartment on upper floor 
of character house, excellent lo¬ 
cation, spacious garden, sea 
vl^. $535 per month. Heat and 
utilities included. Fully carpet 
ed, new appliances, dishwasher, 
laundry taclilties. 598-7449. 

AVAILABLE APRIL 1ST. ON 12 
to 24 n>onths tease, all 7 appli 
ances, drapes, own laundry 
room, fireplace, super water 
views. 1500sq.tt Close in. Call; 
ROMA MOL YARD 
384-4827 (eves) 

Royal Trust_ 384-8001 

1-BEOROOM APARTMENT IN 
modem building, vacant end of 
February. $200 month Includes 
electric heat, tv cable, parklno, 
w-w carpet, stove, fridge, no 
children or pets. 595-5325. 


ROYAL WOODS 
Avallabte March 1st. 1-bedroom, 
stove, fridge, dishwasher, 
drapes, pool, tennis court, rec 
room. R^erences please tor this 
Ideal Lakehl 11 location. 4798565. 


CAPTAINS WALK APTS 
1357ESOUIMALTRD. 

One, 2 bedroom apartment, $265. 
Prefer middle aged or retired 
couple. No pets. 385-9381 be 
tween lOam-gwn 


TWO BEDROOM SUITI 
luxury building in Oak Ba^ 
amenities. $564 per month 
$136.13 monthly assessr 

385-0991. 


MARCH 1ST, SPACIOUS2BEO 
room suite, w/w, fridge, stove, 
drapes, heat Included. Pool, 


QUALITERRA COURT, 804 ES- 
qulmalt. One only 3BR apt. $320. 
NO Pets. Call 38S0953. 

Complete 

Property Management 


SUITE FOR RENT, MIDD 
suite in Interurban Road h(x 
For further Information cont 
Mr. Bryce at 3848131 betw 
9-5. 


WASHER B DRYER 
3 bedroom, 2 storey condo. 2 
bathrooms, wall to wall, fridge, 
stove, Gorge/Tllllcum area. 
Lease $424. MM262. 


^ FORT NEAR ST. CHARLES 
2 unique 1 bedroom suites in 
old^ renovated house. Includes 
parking, heat, laundry facilities. 
Lease $252 and $324.3888262 


PENNY SAVER! 

3bdrm suite, kids weiconf>e! 
W/W carpet, drapes, parkinc. 

. 


381-1234 


1 AND 2 BEDROOM APART 


SMALL 2-BEDRCX)M SUITE IN 
triplex, Fairfield. March 1st. 


month.! 


n6-9pm. 


^ CITYCENTRE ' 
Reduced rent tor tight caretak 
ing, small bachelor. Suit retired 
Person. 388-9942. 


3 BEDROOM TOWNHOUSE. 
Janses Bay, available March 16. 
rant $400 month. References re- 
Oilred. 598-3169 evenings. 


ESQUIMALT, MARCH 1ST. 2- 
bedrooms. $210. Suitable mar¬ 
ked couple. Viewing Feb 27th, 
7pm: •3-651 Constance. 


SPLENOIOI TWO BDRM! 
Condo! Bale, cpt/drapes, F/S, 
baths nwe! $325. i A22 

RENTEX 381-1234 tec 


-TWO I- 

apartments, ho children or pets, 
references. 383-9882. 


ONE BEDROOM SUITE. 867 
j^c^u^malt Rd. March Ist^ 


$173, SMALL <:OZY BACHE- 
lor. Includes all utilities, Fort 
near St. Charles. 3888262. 


FAIRFIELD. COSY ONE BED- 
ropm suite, $225 per month. All 
utilities Included. 598-8408. 


BACHELOR SUITE, 3234 QUA- 
^a St. Available March 1, $1S0 
inclusive. 595-5448. 


2 BEDROOM SUITE, SHARE 
utllltles^lld welcome. $300 par 
month. ^-9280 


AVAILABLE MARCH 1, ONE 
t^oom suite at $192. All utlll- 
ttes Included. 386-9263 


ONE BEDROOM SUITE 
No pets, stove, fridge ln< 
479-8366. 


DELUXE TWO BEDROOM! 
S280wlthpool/sauna! 5A24 
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200 tfOnMOITSTO 
HfHTIMnWWSIlfO 


2r«K» Md sccurM 
Qulr^ Tf ■ 
ru«rv w. 
apartment 
Place. 


W !rPY*r^Y ONE BEDRC_... 
indobeafrtto, ttove. ha^. Ret- 


FOR RENT AS OF MARCH tST, 
2 bedroom and 2 battoToom con¬ 
dominium In a luxurious bulld- 


203 APARTMENTS 
WANTEB 

FURNISHED APARTMENT 
required bv executive two 
nvmths startlnd Intmedfatefy. 
Call Mrs. Boleer 404-241-2323 
collect. __ 

RETIRED GENTLEMAN 
needs accommodation. Non- 
|mo^r, eniovs gardening. 



OCEANFRONT 

Compact 1 and 2 bedroom apart¬ 
ments. Landscaped grounds, 
country setting, adults. 

oceanvhXage-4 


JAMES BAY 

1 bedroom suites in new conver¬ 
sion, availabte April 1st. Sorry 
no ^hl1*en. no pets. View Fri¬ 
day; Saturday, Mof^y, 12-4pm. 
23 Mamies. 


PRIVATE BEACH. 1 AND2 B 
912S^lrkAve. 382-3S02 


S205, UTIL PAID! 4A11 

RENTEX 311-1234 fee 


APARTMENTS TO 
RENTRNNNSNEO 


WEEKLY 

DAILY 


"BY THE HARBOUR AND 
THE HEART OF VICTORIA" 
centrally located close to attrac- 
lions. Parliament Buildings, 
shoppina Fully equipped, tur- 
nlsned apartments with maid 
service. Indoor pool, saunas. Ja¬ 
cuzzi whirl pool, games room, 
free local calls, free pandrd. 

ROYAL SCOTT MOTOR INN 
42S Quebec St., Victoria. 
384-5443. 


ELBOW ROOM 

Clean, comfortable, spacious 1 
or 2-bedroom apartments, locat¬ 
ed In a quiet, parldike estate, 
extra-large kitchens, fuFly- 
equipped, cable tv, nsaid ser¬ 
vice, some fireplaces, special 
winter rates. Casa Linda AAotel, 
opposite Royal Colwood Golf 
Course^ 344 Goidstream Avenue. 


LUXURY LIVING 
Furnished bachelor and 1-bed¬ 
room suites. Maid service, an¬ 
swering service, indoor heah^ 
p^, cocktail lounge, saunas, 
coffee shop, dining room, laun¬ 
dry, colored cable TV. No pets. 
COACHMAN INN, 229Gorge Rd. 
E . Phone 344-4411. 


DELUXE ACCOMMODATION 
Furnish^ bachelor and 1-hed- 
room suites. Colored TV. dining 
room, laundry. Indoor pool 
hudropooi, saunas, lounge, maid 
s^ke. answering service. No 
pets. CANTERBURY INN. 310 
Gorge Road. Phone 342-2151. 


HARTNELLHOUSE 

AAodern units by day. week or 
month. Close to downtown, co¬ 
lour TV. parking, linen, etc. 
3430742. 


COMFORTABLE FURNISHED 
apartment, wall-to-wall, all ap¬ 
pliances, own entrance. $195 
monthly includes utilities. 
592-4523. 


P.M. weekdays. 


30 DOUGLAS BY THE SEA. 
Bachelor. Gorgeous park and 
sea views. Home like setting. 
Quiet person. DishM. linen In- 
‘ T38M9t5. »4-9446 


eluded. $249.3 


FURNISHED 1 BEDROOM 
aMrtnsent. adult oriented, no 
cWldren. no pets, near BMcon 
ADO ocean, $350 a 
month. 343-3424 


KIDS AND PETS OKI 
Two bdrmsi Fully furnished! 4 
aP'*** Garage! Carpet 

thruout! $400. 7A23 

RENTEX 341-1234 fee 


2 BEDROOM AND BACH. Sui¬ 
te close to downtown. Linen. 


ROYAL VICTORIAN MOTEL, 
230 Gorge Rd East. Furnish^ 
units from $220 to $290 per 
month. Please call 345-5771. 


FURNISHED 1 BR., F/S, W/W, 
vour own entrance, $275. Home- 
huntefs,341-21l3Fee. 


ONE BEDROOM. WARM. CAR- 
port, utilities Included. From 
$130 monthly. 474-4212. 


COSY COTTAGE WITH FIRE 


WON'T LA$mi75 
Bach pad With paid! 
RENTEX 341-13 


202 FNMNTURC 
TORfNT 


FURNITURE and 
APPLIANCES 

RENT 

WASHER and DRYERS 
COLOR or BLACK/WHITE TVs 
FURNITURE—APPLIANCES 
at PENNIES per DAY 

1821 COOK 
38S-2435 


STANDARD 
FURNITURE 
Three Rooms from 
$42.00 per month 
Immediate Delivery 
382-5111 737 Yates St. 


CAMOSUN 

FURNITURE RENTAL 
Month to Month 


e33Ydt«t 


•very 

383-3655 


WORKING WOMAN RE- 
qi^es reasonable cabin or ent 


m iruTaars 

WWTD 


to rent from July 13 to August 24. 

University School. 3400 Rich 
mood Rd. Some ceses will apply 

ipRi'XSTMSfiifin'Ti 

artists In resident during 
tor la International Fast 
Please call Collect to Vance 
^1411 during office hours « 


FeMival. 

incouver 


Atj&nehi 

WW 2712 


untens 

2713 QUADRA 
381-2113 


Elimlnete Needless Phone Cells 
We also adv^lM F REE for you 
and send prospective tenants 
you require. 

GIveusaTry. 

Wa're open 7 da vs a week 

Free To Landlords 


RESPONSIBLE. PROFES- 
sional vroman, non-smoker with 
a quiet 4 veer old cat looking for 
a 2 bedroom apartment In (Mder 
home In Victoria. Reference 
from previous landlord, maxl- 
mum$250.478-0224. 


RESPONSIBLE RETIRED 
couple require 2-bedroom, IVj 
bath apartment, duplex or 
house. Preferrably Oak 
Bay/Fairfield. $400 range. Ex- 
cellent references 342-7534. 


WANTED, 1-BEDROOM 
apartnwnt, heat and utilities In¬ 
cluded, in central Victoria area. 
««$Pon^ble tenant. 345-2000 
7: 3Dam-4pm wa^days. 


B^INESS^^N REQuVreS 1 
badroom with seavlew, c|om to 
town. M^$350. Call 3tf3241, 
7am-3:30pm. 


QUIET YOUNG WORKING 
man wishes furnished one bed- 
roomor babwlor. 452-2455. 


2M SMARED 

AfflMHWtATWttI 


LOOKING FOR QUIET PER- 
$on male or female under 30 


yeers to share 2 bedroom on 
11th floor In downtown area. $250 
Includes w/w, colour tv. dlsh- 
ethroom. all utill- 
na. swirl, parking 
eanview. Contact 
at 381-1115 or 


Includes w/w. colour tv, dish¬ 
washer. own bathroom, all utili¬ 
ties, pool, seuna. swirl, parkin 
space and oceanvie 
Bill Tllden r‘ “ 

342-9241. _ 

YOUNG MAN HAS MODERN 
3-bedroom duplex In Colwood to 
shore with young parson or sin- 
Ola parant. Spilt rent and utili¬ 
ties. 474-4797, evenings or week- 
ends. _ ' 

NEWLY FINISHED 3 ROOM 
basement unit. Own entrance. 
Utilities Included. Partly fur¬ 
nished. Share bath. 479 0443 
attar 4pm. 

TWO SMALL BEDROOMS 
available to responsible nseles, 
fully there Beech Drive weter- 
front home with owner. $140, 
$150.594-1419. _ 

WANTED; TWO WORKING 
wonten to shore mv Oek Bev 
twuse with nw. Phone 9-Spm. 
342-2113 Tom. _ 

SPACIOUS COUNTRY SET- 
hna room available, rent de- 

views of BrMtwood B^, 35 
mlnutesto Victoria. 452-2150. 

ONE OR TWO WORKING PEO- 
ple needed to share three bed- 

RESPONSIBLE PERSON TO 

BRAND NEW HOME. FULLY 
furnished, many extras, $300 per 
month. 381-0975. 

TWO BEDROOM APARTA^I^NT 
to share, one bedroom and utlll- 
tle$$175. ^11 Collin 345-9773 

LARGE CO-OP HOUSE NEEDS 

FAMILY WITH CHILDREN 

WILL SHARE NEW HOME 
vd^woficm^ladv, private b^ 

ROOMS FOR RENT IN LARGE 
house on 2 ecres. 477-4524. 

m roiTiimiiciR 

^B^nehunien 

2713 QUADRA 
381-2113 

TIREOOF HUNTING FOR 
ACCOMMODATION? 

We are working 7 days a week 
locating suitable vacancies that 
nwet vour needs. 

We have many vacanclas on 
hand at ail times. 

DON'T WAITI 

Cell NOW or drop In env time for 
more infornsetlon. 

FEE $30. _ 

LANDLORDS 

WHY WASTE TIME? 
WHY WASTE MONEY? 
When we have menv suitable 
tenents and can advertise for 
vacancy free of chergel 
CALL TODAY 

341-RENT 

rentex. 

CHEETAH 

WE HAVE MANY NEW AND 
EXCLUSIVE LISTINGS. 
AVAILABLE; NOW. MARCH 
ISTAISTH. 

381-2122 


FEE 


310ROBERTSST. 
Waiting list. 344-5320. 
Princess Louise Apts. 

m ovnixES 
TtRfNT 




untens 

2713 QUADRA 
381-2113 
3 BR. Cordova Bay Beech, sea¬ 
vlew, f/p. Non smokers, non 
drinkers preferred, $400 

2^ BP. upper j^ex. Langford. 
W^$:^. Larg. master 

AAon-Frl9-9 
Sat-SunlO-S 
381 2113-Fee $30 

JAMES BAY 

2-bdrm townhouse, bek, carpet. 
*4|pe$. trig, 4 a^., view large 
dining room and den. 1T2 
We have many oth^s also! 

CALL TODAY 341-1234 

reniex 

BRAND NEW, BRENTWOOD 
Bay, 5 blocks from ocean. 4 b^ 
room (kjplu, living room with 
tireplaw, dning room, family 
room. brIgM kltct^ laundry 
room, 1*/2 baths. $^. For ap- 
johjtment phont 477-2644 or 

FAMILY ACCOMMODATION. 
Thrae bedroom, two bath towrv 
houses evall^le for Inwnedlate 
occupancy. $425 nKmthly exclud- 
appliances. Open Saturday 
|0anvl2am, Sunday 2pm%Kn. 
1500 Glantana, off AdmIralsRd. 

3 BEDROOM MAIN FLOOR, 
modem kitchen dining room, ilv- 
Ing room fireplace, laundry 
ro^. 5 appliances. No pets, 
chlldrm w no^. References. 
Mirtt bedev workWs. $452. Falr- 
f letd-RIchardaon eree. 344-7D49 

SIDNEY 

3 Badraomi. flrinlaca. 1 Vk baths. 
6 months old. $450 per mortth. No 

saoS?ir;!?a3sf“ 

SURPRISE! 

THREE BEDROOM! 

In town! Dishwasher, F/place. 
W/D ^^more. $4»._ 303 


RENTEX 341-1234 


tee 


AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY, 
SxS <kjplex. 3 yeers old, 3 bed¬ 
rooms, I’/j beths, fridge and 
stove. WxW, fireplace. West 
Saenich Rd. $500.343-1621 

UNIVERSITY DISTRICT 
3 bedroom du^x, wxw, with 
fireplace, 2 bathruoms. garage. 
No pets. $500 per ofonth. Refer- 
ences required. 477-^569._ 

AVAILABLE MARCH 15, 
large duplex, 2 bedrooms, full 
basement, flri^ace, 2159 Weller 
Ave. $375.479-W24. 


AVAILABLE NOW 
br. upstairs duplex. 2304 
rk St., $375 per month. 


1-2 
Werk . 
656-7764. 


TOAST YOUR TOESI 
Kl^OKi Balc.cpts.f/plecei 1’/5 
baths. $460. 7X3 

RENTEX 341-1234 fae 

gorge-admirals area. 2 

bedroom cottage, $400 per 
month. Child welcome. 382-9240 

W OOfUmWANTEO 
TOiENT 

2 BEDROOM DUPLEX OR 
houae.needad bv A^ll l$t. Rea- 
$onable rent In axmanM for up- 
kwp^Have 1 $mall child. Phone 

PHYSICIAN AND WIFE RE- 
«lre ^ex or aMrtmcnt for 
^11 1$f Prefer <^ge area. 
Reasonable rent. 642-46W. 


211 MiSEITIREVT 


AViMLABLE IMMEDI¬ 
ATELY IMMACULATE 
THREE BEDROOM 
HOME NEAR UPLANDS 
PARK. FP, DRIVE IN 
garagEf full BASE- 
MENT. $650 P.M. 
ADULTS ORIENTATED, 

sorry no pets, ref- 

ERENCES REQUIRED. 
TO VIEW CONTACT 
MONTREAL TRUST 
COMPANY, PROPERTY 
MANAGEMENT. 
386-2111. 

untens 

2713 QUADRA 
381-2113 

lutlful view of Cordova 


4BR 

Bay 


^ A^l^. A drapes, 




hardwood firs., t/p, f/s, gar 


4 BR. plus dan. Larga LR. f/p. 
Lovelv new kitchen. 2 baths, 
ciosa to Beacon Hill A the ocean. 
Mon-Frl9g 
Sat-Sun10-5 
341-2113-Fee $30 


DELUXE 
3 BR 

TOWNHOUSE 

WEST 

GORDON HEAD AREA 
2'/» Bathrooms, $395 
iceptlonal sound prWlng, low 
It hMtiM, carpets, full 
fnt., electric FP. Freewater A 
cablevision. Washer, dryer. 

Phone Mr. KathrenS for viewing, 

Byron Price A Assoc. Ltd. 
^5454 


EX( 
cost , 
b$mt. 


HOUSES? 

OF COURSE! 
COME AND SEE OUR 
MANY FINE HOMES 

%3ip^oll bsmt, den, carpet. 
Children welcgme. 1H22 

$375. Klds/pet$ OK! 3 bdrms. 
cpt$/drapesl Dining rm. 7HJ 
$4M,onecreege!25d^. 4T2 
tALL 311-1234 

rentex 


EXECUTIVE 
WATERFRONT 
TOWNHOME 
situated on Seanichton Bay. Two 
t^ooms, trl^ plumbing, util 
Itv room, double, s^-contained 
garage. All appliances end 
^ep^ Aikjits only. Available 
March 1. Minimum one veer 
lease. Refwnances required. $7W 
month. Mr. D. Munro, Vk- 
wlaJRjettv Ltd., 3164545 or re$. 


lAAMACULATE 
3-BR home In prime area. Incl. 
stove, fridge, washer, etc. 
Lease. No pets. 

$450. NEAR BUTCHART GAR¬ 
DENS. Brand new 2-BR. 2 bath 
V,H «»,. 

$325. BAY-GOVERNMENT. 
Older 4-BR home. IncLAFP, 
stove, fridoe. Avail. MarchT 
PEMBERTON, HOLMES 
LTD., 344-4124 
1000 Government St. 


GLANFORD ROAD AREA, 
availed March 1st, 2 badroom 
home In the 600 block of Po¬ 
lyanthus. Half basement home 
among newer honm, with flre- 
plaw,laundry facilltes, caniort, 
sundeck. oil hot air furnace. Car¬ 
pus. Fridge, stove. Close to 
schools and bus routes. 4444 per 
nrjonth KasepI Construction. 
386-6191. 


OCEANF RONT 
Bungalow/townhouse, 2 bdrm, 
fireplace, laundry room with 
washar and dryar. Tranquil sur¬ 
roundings. Larxtocap^ grounds. 
Near bv marina's have deep 
>4^ter moorage, sliding gless 
doors off livino room Teed to 
garden patio lOVi' from ocaan. 
Very private. Adults. 

OCEAN VILLAGE • 642-5254 


^ OCEANFRONT 
2 BR. Townhouse with 1400 sq. ft. 
of luxiyl^ living spece sur¬ 
rounded by landscaped grounds 
In tranquil s^lno - spectacular 
view from 3 sides • 6 deluxe 
appliances - 2 washrooms - 2 
patios - fireplace - deep weter 
oi^rage In near bv marina. 
Adults. 

OCEAN VILLAGE - 642-5254 


OPEN HOUSE 

2159 Sandowna Rd, Friday. 
I0am-4pm and Saturday. 
Iten^t^, 3 bMjroomkMmoalo^ 
LR. OR and kitchen. F/P. view 
Olvmpk Mts. Large *fot. ChlF 
dren welcome. Pets ne^labie. 4 
appilences Included. Rent $725. 
References and security deposit 
needed. Possession Merch 1st or 


^RFIELD EXCLUSIVE 3 
bedrooms. 2 beths. den with fTre- 
p ace. living room with fire¬ 
place, formal dining room. 
»fo^. frl^ and dlshwesher In- 
cU^ Re^ences required. No 
P«f» $500 dyiege deposIL $680 
per month. Avellable April 1st. 
Open kvl^ Wednesday, Febru 
ary 27th from 7 pm at 93 Linden 
Ave. _ 

TWO BEDROOM SHACK IN 
Sidney — 2298 Malavlew. $300. 

Available Insmedl- 

ately. Phone 

HARVEY A. SIMONS 
477-7284 Office 

D.F. Hanley & 
AssociafesLtd. 

AVAILABLE MARCH 1ST, 3 
year old house, 2 bedrooms main 
floor, 1 down, fireplace, fridge 
Close to bus. 
Meredith Cres. area. Refer- 
g^.^^$S50 per month. Phone 

LUXURY 2 BEDROOM. 2 
bethr<x>m townhouse, James 
Bay. full appliances, fireplace, 

M !ult^ ^Ings. aval^ltfSle 1 
•fCT,j^5 per month. Herb 
^Ith, 345-6404 or 3466275 pegor 


SOOKE WATERFRONT WITH 
private beech. Avellable Im- 
mecuetely 3-bedroom bungalow, 
two fireplaces, stove and frTdge. 
references required. $490 per 

642 5426 Ltd., 

FOUR BEDROOM PLUS DEN 
bv, Beecon Hill Park, seavlew. 
$650 per month. References and 
damage dnmit r^ired. Call 
tor appointment 3^4009, till 
I0:30amor after 6pm. _ 

ARDMORE AflEA. BEAUTI- 

!'','.52?xlltlqn. 4 bedrooms, stove. 

reauired. $600 per month. 
656-4073__ 

_ SIDNEY 
3 bedroom, house close to village 
and schools. 4 piece bath, uhTlTy 
room, garage. Av^eble Im- 
$450. 656-4421 or 
656-4724. 

with 1700 sq. ft. Adutts enty. No 

? ets. $600 per month. The 
legits. 592-1768 or 344-4075. 

COUNTRY 1 BEDROOM 
home, large kitchen, living 
room. Only 15 mlrx^es to toim. 
$375per month. 592-^, 477 4a60 
callefter6. _ 

S^LL 2 BEDROOM HOUSE, 
*fove, refrigerator supplied, 
wall k wall carpeting, Langford. 
Available immedMely. $400. 
642-4463.___ 

GORGE. MARCH 1$TH, 6 
rooms, basernent, astabllshad 
family only please, no pets, $246 
Ph«rw 10-12 noon only. 


COUNTRY SETTING, 
CUSTOM DELUXE 

This one-year-old home In 
BroadnMedhas everything but a 

master bathroom, Uving room 
and family room have fire¬ 
places, seperete dining room, 
very modem kitchen with top of 
^ line appllenees Large laun¬ 
dry room antranoa to double ga- 
raw has alectronk doors This Is 
• 1^Icytand house with to many 


SSBESaV 


I lov - 
rugs. No pets 

l'Sh"*"'- 

_L _ 344-9335 

MALAHAT. 2 BEDROOM COT- 
♦wily fenced groun^, 
suitable ^ 2 eduits and child. 
$375nf>onfh. Phont 342-7522 

GORDON HEAD, 4 BED- 
^porm, r^ room, available 
^r<A 1$t tw 3 months, $575 not 
Including utilities. Call 592-3974. 

CHARACTER ST. CHARLES 
Old 4 bedroom, 2 fireplaces. 

sSomont^, 

ONE BEDROOM COTTAGE ON 
Langford Lake. FrIdM, stove, 
W/w. Avallablf Mardi l$f. No 
pets. $335.4774144. _ 

MOVE TODAY I >BORM 
House, kidi/pets weloome. $450. 

FOUR BEDROOM HOME TO 
rent. $400 per month. Avelleble 
March 1st. 341-0975._ 

available immediately. 

1909 Jeronse. Small one bedroom 
house. Nice tot. $325. 343-7630. 

3-BEpROOM BUNGALOW, 
$650 

211 NOOSES TO RENT 


•M^A^ULATELY fur- 
nlshed 3-bedroom home In Royal 
Oak, must be, keen gardeners 
and excellent houseVeepers, 
Ofte-yw lease. April 1$t. Rea¬ 
sonable rent. No children. No 
P«f»- Excellent references. 
654-4426. _ 

two. OAK BAY. LOVELY 
ho^ avail. March 17-Aog. 31. 
Suit couple or small family with¬ 
out pets. 

PEMBERTON^JLA6ES 
1000 Go>^rnmant St. 

SKIING UP ISLAND? BEAUTI- 
fw| house for rent on Hornby 
Island (12 miles south of Cour- 
tenev). Bv day or week. FoMy- 
wlpped, sleeps 6. Easy access 
to Vancouver Island. 344-1667. 

SIDNEY, FURNISHED HOME. 
^111, clean and tidy, charming 
'/i duplex large yard, 2 bSid- 
rooms, storage workroom, $350 
4M-4329 days, 
656-4 4 79 tvewingi. 


212 


HOUSES WANTED 
TO RENT 


mouses or 

apart^ts. tumIsM required 
to rent from July 13 to August 26, 
80 and a varl^ of periods. Pref 
erence to vicinity of St. Mkheels 
University School. 3400 Rich¬ 
mond Rd. Some cases will appiv 
^ single persm others to femi- 
lle* or without children for 
artists In residence during vic¬ 
toria Int^national Festival. 

Vancouver 
736-1611 Airing office hours or 

^B^nehuniens 

WW 2713 QUADRA 
381-2113 

Elimlnete Needless Phone Calls 
We also advertise FREE for you 
and send prospective tenents 
you require. 

GIveusaTry. 

We're open 7 days a week 

Free To Landlords 

VERY RESPONSIBLE RELI- 
able OVA couple, mid 50's, non- 
drinkers, went unfurnished 2- 
Bed. cott^. house or moblie 
home with large garden In 
Sooke. Spoke/Jorden River 


area S300>325 p^ mth. Hus¬ 
band gardener and general 

SUNNY 2 BEDROOM HOUSE 
In Central Saanich-Mt. Newton 
area needed on or before April I 
by non-smoking Christian cou- 
Pl«-would anipY small garden 
and ft replace, willing to do minor 
•■•oelrs andMlntlng, references 
call S. Wilson 

477-7930 after 6pm.. ¥Meekends. 

RESPONSIBLE, YOUNG 
--looking tor house 


area, but will 
/WestBumsI 
) rtquesf. 471 


-.arev 

-Marl 

Ida. References 


u.?^r^g^0»,nv«n«. 


n9endnoon. 


WANTED FOR MARCH 1ST 
Married working couple require 
2-3 bedroom house or duplex 
Mu^ have IWdg^nd stove. Rent 
up to $450. MT^I local 214 ask 
tor^rolT. after 4;30 call 

COUNTRY PLACE. ANY LO- 
cahon. house, trails, etc. re¬ 
quired by responsible retired 
couple. Will lookaftw vour prop- 
•rtv and pay up lo $250 per 
n2 743^15 anytime 

PAIRED LADY NEEDS 1 
bedroom plus den or 2 badroom 
*X>i«J. or apartment. Spacious 
main floor, utilities included, use 
of garden, quiet area. Interested 

YOUNG PROFESSIONAL COU- 
ple desire 2 bedroom accomode- 
tlpn in quIpTlocatlon with sea¬ 
vlew ^ firaplece. References 

TWO BEDROOM HOUSE WITH 
yegeta^ efreft' required soon 

references. 594-5422 days, eve- 
nlngs and weekends 59^90^. 

YOUNG PROFESSIONAL COU- 
pleLno ^lldren, need 2 or 3 
bedroom home April 1st In quiet 
eree of Victoria. Before 4pm. 
Louise 345-4514, after 5pm. 
471-0124. _ 

^ Jil . O N SIB L E 
coi^wlth 2 children need 2 or 
3 bedim h euae or SutMu. $250- 
$330 per month. Hlllsida aree 
preferrablv. April l$t. Refer- 
ences. 346-1460 after 5pm. 

YOUNG COUPLE RECENTLY 
arrly^from Scendinavie, saek 
2 bedktxxn house or eccomoda- 
tlpn In Vk^ia arta starting 
WfCfJl Pi««»e call Colleo 
244-2606._ 

WANTED; TILLICUM-HAMP- 
^Xx^e or duplex 
^rdla)^ e^lra nwther and 
2plrls. 12 and 9. Phona 3460350 
amrSpm weekdays._ 

ENE^TIC COUPLE. FARM 
carpentnr beckgrpiNtd, wanting 
r^ral accomodation. Will ax- 
work for rant or pay $250. 

*.IA^QN?'®LE couple 
'* Inf^ require reesonable 
option v^verd. Excel- 
^erences supplied. 


acoomodetton 

SKtow 


RESPONSIBLE WORKING 
nsen and daughter naed two b^ 
roqmhouse with space for horse 

RESPONSIBLE WORKING 
couple, non-smokers, require 
house, James Bay, FalrfltW. 3 

FURNISHED HOUSE RE- 
qulred by axecutive for two 
—Tths sta .. 


gJlLS*' 


starting I 
s. Bolger 


•ttly. 

1-2323 


I AM SOMEONE WANTING TO 
rant MOldhouMor cebln In city 
or Sooke erM or elongcoast. Not 
hmv.oondtttonof house. Neootl- 
ate cost. Victoria Press Box Bit. 

DO YOU HAVE A 2 BEOROOM 
hou» or duplex for rent, bese- 
m^ preferred. Pleese phone 
344-0042. 


430 Pembroke St. 2500 square 
feet street level. ^Ic# 
spa^, heat and air condl- 
Incl. 2 wa^ooms, 
bright and che^ful sulfa 
lease avelleble now at $6.n 
per sq.ft. 

1006^fort St. 3000 sq. ft. third 
floor office, fully carp^^, 
open spece, all utilitlM In¬ 
cluding lanitor (except 
phon^. Leesenowevaileble 
at $7.50 per sq. ft. plus share 
of expenses. 

For appointment to view please 
call 

Bro^ Bros. Agencies Ltd. 

345^771 (anytlnw) 


_ISBISPIUIV 

M1O«»mCSLTD/«AlT0R 

1911 QUADRA 346-312 

OFFICES. 

3^QuadraJ010Sq. Ft. 
loSSroed.TisSqrFt. 
$helbourne,904Sq.Ft. 
Stadecona Centre, 1491 Sq. Ft. 
^Oouda$,2600So. Ft. 

1022 Pandora, 7- 


i.TOOSq. Ft. 


RETAIL/STORE FRONT 
2^ Government, 2500 S.F. 
Stadacone Centre, from 733 S.F. 
12S3 Esquimelt Rd, 733 S.F. 

WAREHOUSE 
626EsqulmattR., 1200 S.F. 
740Tyee Rd.,4200S.F. 

Gqyt. end Bev, TOO S.F. with of- 

R. D. LAW 386-3124 


'8B 


B 


ROWN 
ROS on 
LANSHARO 


1400 Blanshard Street, Commer- 
del property avelleble March 1. 
Corner Influence with 2700 
squwe feet main floor with more 
upstairs. Lots of parking avail- 
able, tarritic exposure. $7.50 per 
square toot. 

For further information call: 
BROWN BROS. AGENCIES 
LTD., 345-4771 (anytime) 

MEDICAL OFFICE — 1105 
Pandora Ave., 550 and 471 
square feet. Pertloned office 
sp^ In Medical Arts Building 
—imnoadlate possession. 

DOWNTOWN OFFICES —Vari¬ 
ous sizes, reasonable rents. AAod¬ 
ern, air cc^ltloned building 
opposite city parkade. 

RETAIL SPACE — Downtown 
mall, 544 square feet, small shop 
on^ed^trlan walk through, 

IrnPL 

MORGUARO PROPERTIES 
LIMITED 

ezo-sao oouyiM (so4) 3e$-41 ea 

DOWNTOWN 

OFFICE 

RENTFREE 

Enloy vour first month rent tree, 
long lease available on brand 
new premise. Excellent loca¬ 
tion. A^thlv attendant parking. 
Magnificant private entrance. 
Indoor/outdoior office envlro- 
ment with treed landscaping. 
Private terraces. Air condi¬ 
tioned. Award-winning West- 
coast designed building. 

CALL DAVID GLOVER 
_383-3033_ 

, ^ I^^'ALLOFFICE 

1. Downtown. 752 sq. ft. Old- 
brlck-herltage building. Eleva- 
t<^, air exchange. Great arched 
windows for natural light. 100$ 
Brjad St. — 3rd floor. $450 per 

2. (3uadra Centre—3960 Quadra. 
New office space, 2 elevafors, air 
conditioned Acres of parking. 
Will finish to sulfa. 

SEASPRAY PROPERTIES 
LTD. 346-3124 NiD. LAW 

BRENTWOOD 

VILLAGE 

SQUARE 

984 sq. ft. of retail commercial 
store available immediatelv. Su- 

R er‘or shopping complex In 
eart of Brentwood Village. 3- 
year lease. Mr. pbo Munro, Vlc- 
Ltd., 346-3545 or 

477-1705. 

EXECUTIVE OFFICE 
SPACE FOR RENT 
Reception area 
Large executive office 
Small otfice/storage 
^ga general office area 
Or apes and carpets included 

OFFICE SPACE 
HILLSIDE AVE. 
GROUND FLOOR 

All utilities Included in r^ with 
anitorial services. Ample park- 

GROUND FLOOR 
OFFICE SPACE 
1640 OAK BAY 

llM sq.ft, large rtcepflon area 
and 4 private offices. Can^, 
dr apes, and hMt included. A^l- 
mum 3 year lease. Goqdwvn 
Management Ltd., 344-7W3. 

OFFICE SPACE 

800Sq.Ft. $225 mo 

600 Sq. Ft. Studio $145 mo 
Small Office $75 mo 
For Further Details 
please call Mr Anderson 
382-2721 or 477^985 

UNFINISHEDOFFICE 
SPACE FOR RENT 


1532sq.ft. 
1167 sq.ft. 
2347 sq.ft. 


1669 soft. 
789sd.tt. 
578sq.ft. 


2347 sq.ft 
462 S^. 

Sofne-elevator service 
further Information call 
344-4383 weekdays 9-5_ 

NEW CENTRE 

Conw Of Goidstream and Jack- 
lyn R<h. New shopping centre 
re^for ocoipancv soon. 
end 2500 so. ft. store spaces left. 
For nxireo^alle^ Into, cell; 

W. MICHAEL^R J. HOWES 
THE PERMANENT 477-0141 

644 SQ. FT. STREET LEVEL 
otfke sp^, 69 West Burnside, 
$320nK)nth. 479-9522._ 

WANTED 1800-2500 SQ. FT. 

X) purchase or 
rent. 59S-1342. _ 

STORAGE, 

$12$. SM Hillside. 591^4174 

1000 ^ FT. HEATED STOR- 
ege, $200 per month. 59S-4791. 


818 Fori St. - up to 5^ sq. ft. 
Nanaimo St. • Mewair aree 1,200 
sq. ft. 

2044 Oak Bev Ave. • 450 to 1,450 
sq.tt. 

2105 Douglas St. - 2,510 end 3,204 
sq.tt. 

A6cKenzle Mall • 600 sq. ft. and 
New Building 570 and 


OFFICE SPACE 

844 Courtnav St. • New building 
from ] JOO sq. ft. and up. 

625 Alpha « iJlOO sq. ft. the 
price Is right. 

McKenzie Mall - from 562 • 3,500 
sq.tt. 

1677 Poplar St. - 901 sq. ft. at $7.00 
per annum. 

Fort and Cook - New AAedIcal 
OentalbulldlrM. 

Esqulmalt - ^358 sq. ft. wm 
Coast Savings Building. 

1001 Cloverdale • good suburtMn 
office space. 

«» M o* 

prime office spece. 

Burns House - very nice space, 
cental. 

Ml bunttl^ - 1,W and 2,000 sq. 
ft. canbedividad. 

WAREHOUSE 

Mayfair Distribution Centre - 
from 1,200 to 4M sq. ft. This 
sp^ going fast.^T miss It. 
Nq^ Douglas • a wholt ftoor 
with loading docks, call to see 
this. 

21(^ Douglas • daad storage at 

1251 Wharf St. - 3 floors of eco¬ 
nomical space. 

493 East Burnside - 1,500 sq. ft. 
gross $7.00. 

944 North Park • new, IJOO at 
$3.90. 

574 Culduthel - 4. VW sq. ft. of well 
l<xeted space could be retell or 
office or both. 

There Is a surplus of space of ell 
types at the present tln^, NOW 
IS THE TIME TO ACT, to view 
any or all spaces call Stan Pol¬ 
lard, OIck Lawson, Bud Do^y, 
Bob Murphy or John F. Cowell 
of Raalspan Properties Ltd., 
vour I. C. & I. Specialists. Re¬ 
member we specialize In 
INDUSTRIAL, COMMERCIAL 
AND INVESTMENT PROPER- 
TIES. 

FINISHEDOFFICE SPACE 
FOR RENT 
Reception eree 
3ottices 
Coffee room 
Second floor 
1200 sq.ft. 

j^rther Information cell 
384-4383 weekdays 9-5 

FOR LEASE 
OFFICE AND RETAIL 
AND MEDICAL SPACE 
Now available. Please wtaci 
BEV HiGi^c^ or M. Gear 
ING at 477-7214. 

complete property 
management 

CENTRAL SAANICH 
If you ne^ a shop or warehouse 
tor vour business. In this area, 
we will ^ild to suit with gooc 
lease options. 

388-4271 Ross Bracken 477-0025 
J. H. WHITTOME 81CO., LTD. 

WAREHOUSE 

Warehouse 2750 sq. ft. plus office 
850 SQ. ft. Mezz, 1000 SQ. ft. $1,300 
per month 3X NET. 

PETER PRIMGAARD 477-7131 
Seaspray Properties Ltd 


RETAIL SPACE 
FOR RENT 

1305 sq.ft. 

84sqTft. 

Further Information call 
348-4383 weekdays 9-5 


APPROX 1000 SQ.FT. OFFICE 
and 1000 sq.ft. warehouse, avail¬ 
able Mardf) 1st, 1900. Tovm & 
Country area. Rent $(S0 a month 
for office and $300 for ware- 
^se. Lease required. 344-6007 
for viewing. 


CHOICE OF DOWNTOWN OF¬ 
FICE SPACES. To rent or lease 
at reasonable rates. APPLY 
PROPERTY MANAGEMENT. 
PEMBERTON, HOLMES LTD., 
384-4124., 1000 Government 
Street. 


SIDNEY, SMALL ONE ROOM 
unit on Beacon Ave. Suitable for 
small business or whet have you. 
SlJSmonth plus utilities. 
382-4030 


DOUGLAS ST. 5 MINUTES 
from town, office end display 
area, approximatelv 850 sq. ft. 

area In front. 


1.350 SQ. FT. AND UP WARE- 
E. V. Construction Ltd. 652-4461. 


ESQUIMALT RO RENTAL 
s^e. sq.ft. Suitable tor 
offices, stpro, catering, etc. $4.50 
per $q.ft. 652-3572. 


RETAIL/OFFICE SPACE, 1100 
$6«/njonth triple net. For Into 


HERITAGE OFFICE 

1200$q.ft. Perking. 343-7157 


2400 SQ. FT. RETAIL SPACE 
^tf^HaraldandGovern- 


TRADE 
THROUGH 
CLASSIFIED 
DIAL 386-2121 


233 


MONTME LOANS 
ANNMSNItANCC 


1st AND 2nd 
MORTGAGE LOANS 

UP-IS LAND —MAIN LAND 

We specialize In Land and 
Land Oeveloomtnt Mortgages 
anywhere in B.C. 

Existi ng AAortgages B ought 

990 BLANSHARD ST. 


MORTGAGES 

Wl^varS^klSWvv^tM^^ 

762 Fort St._ 34S-3^ 


PRIVATE PARTY WILL 
1*1 or 2nd mort- 

Available 

glengarry REALTY 
479-7134 

234 MORTOAOES 

RWSAU _ 

14% 

Payments are Interest only 

Blanshard St., 344-7124. 


OLEN'gTRWS^itlVr 

479-7138 


WeYe the exclusive repre¬ 
sentatives for a 30 veer old 
manufacturlno firm. Our 
products are sold the 
world over, night and day, 
365 days a year from auto- 
matlc merchandisers. 
We're now seeking high 
quality distributors who 
desire to own their own 
business and enioy finan¬ 
cial independence and 
success. 

WE PROVIDE: 

— Patented Machines 

— Patented Products 
—Top Locations 

— Products In demand 24 

hours a day, 365 days a 
year 

— Financing 

YOU PROVIDE: 

—Good credit 

— Honesty 

— Reliability 
—Ambition 

— intelligence 

— Investment of 

$17,500.00 

If you qualify, wc'll fly you at our 
expcfwo to our Canadian head¬ 
quarters In Milton, Ontario, 
where you may eniov a conMMetc 
tour of our 60,()0b square toot 
plant and learn more about the 
nude profits available to you in 
automatic merowndlslng. 

YOU HAVE TO BE GOOD TO 
QUALIFY! 

Call, NOW. COLLECT; 

(416) 87^0571 or (416) 4744)592 
Ask for Ron Adams, Ext. 42 





PROPERTIES LTD. 


648 BROUGHTON 3888454 
‘\VANTE0" 

n9w to take over this' like 
new 5,400 sq. ft. country grocery 
and nr»eat store tor the price of 
the equipment, (inly $95,000.00 
wito good financing available. 
A<WW^t^^t costand you are 

"MAILORDER" 
Publishing company, unique op¬ 
portunity for the enter pr I si no in¬ 
dividual. Fullprlce Includino in¬ 
ventory $354)00.00 

'TIRSTTIME" 

ottered. Import and retail an¬ 
tique furniture business. Excel¬ 
lent premises, finest Inventory, 
trainlM avelleble, ell European 
contacts provided. $28,060^^00 
plus stock. 

"LOCATION" 

has to be Important tor a down- 
tqvm restaurant. 24)00 sq. ft. and 
all equipped. Asking $593)00.00. 

"AUTO BODY" 

High volume, well equipped 
local business. $954)00.00 

"LOCATION" 

Location, location, in the heart of 
downtown, a fast food outtet with 
a terrific following. (3nlv $694)00 

"VAN" 

ronverson business, established 
locallv. $60,000.00 

For details on these and other 
llard* contact Stan 


busint 

Pofiai __ 

GOT$20XK)0? 

WANT TO DOUBLE IT 
QUICKLY? 

BE FINANCIALLY 
INDEPENDENT? 
OWN YOUR OWN 
BUSINESS? 

Take over en established clien¬ 
tele that will provide you with a 
pood, steady Income, prgvidino 
nomes with their own built-in 

Almost every women hates 
dr egging that awkward vacuum 
cleaner up and down stairs 
banging Into her beautiful furni¬ 
ture and chipping It! Capitalize 
now on this booming business!!! 
Call DIaqf quickly on the de¬ 
tails. 

OCEAN CITY REALTY LTD. 
381-2233 or 344-6275 Pager 346 


SACRIFICE SALE 

Stacked with beautiful "Peru- 
^n inHwrts", this shop Is locat¬ 
ed In a very desIrableThIgh traf- 
r® PoH St. Excellent 

less current wholesale 

price of stock, with no additional 
ch^ge tor fixtures or lease. Full 
price only $394)00. 

FloBlllnsky 

477-1441 479-7266 

Block Bros. Realty Ltd 


THE KEY 

LOCATION-LOCATION 
W*l|.«»ta^$hed, year-round 
b»^ne«. Prln»e downtown ed- 
Top quality lines. ex<^ 
tional and continuing grov^ 
Xgprojc net ^754)00. >r1cedM 
^4»0 I ncluding min. $2004)60 
Invjwjtqry. Sa e due to illness. 
O^all to Qualified principals — 
courtesy to agents. Exclusive 
with 

HERBAAcOANNOLO 344-6768 
THE PERMANENT 5^9191 

RETIRED? 

TOO MUCH TIME? 

Pw'hags a small retail business 
)^ld keep your InteresH. Easy 
1-man opyatlon. p^tabla and 
axcall ent location In malor 


in maior 
- 9y«IWy products, mainly 

oftortd axclu- 

sively, $204)00. 

477-1441 384-5464 Pager 663 

$. Realty Ltd. 


Block Bros. I 


HOTEL 


34 rooms (naw 1977), pub. 
•Pwnge, dining room, ranova- 

wrtneriilp. Llst- 
»®7S»000. Gross over $6004)00 
wIttwMt (rinlM room. 

gl^ysa^oonalo, 

534-749VS?y^»t$W1Res. 

WORKING PARTNER RE- 
quirad tor mkJ island Sacwrlty 
Invastlaatlon and Burglar 
Alarm Company. Established 

K?ff^v-s5a:isii!s 

be able to work with minimum 
supervision and have sales end 
abllitv. Minimum In- 
veshTf>em will Insure a guaran¬ 
tee salary plus 50% orprotlts 
and a v^y stabla future. Sand 
resume to Victoria Press Box 


and marked "Tender for Opere- 
tlon of Gift Shop/N^s- 
stand/Restaur ant/Concesskm'', 
will be received up to 1 ;o0 p.m. 
PST March 24.1940. 

Tender documents can be ob¬ 
tained from the undersigned on 
deposit of a cartlfM cheque tor 
$i00. payable to the Receiver 
Genial tor Cani^. The Oepoalt 
will be refunded upon return of 
the Documents within thirty 
days aner the date of the opcn- 
'%• The highest pr any tender 
not necessarily be accap* 
ed. 

Airport Manager 
Victoria 

International Airport 
P.O. Box 2115 
Sidney, B.C. 

Ptione: 656-2021 



wm 

IE 

A RFAI 

MONEY AAAKER 

PRESENTLY CLOSED 
DOWN. BUY NOW AND 
GET IT READY FOR 
THE COMING SEASON. 
COMES COMPLETE 
WITH FORESHORE 
LIVING ACCOMMODA¬ 
TIONS, RESTAURANT, 
BAIT STORE, WORK¬ 
SHOP. HURRY ON THIS 
ONE, TODAY'S PRICE 

$159,900 

BRING YOUR OFFERS. 
WAYNE 
BUTTERFIELD 
382-8101 or res. 479-7030 
NATIONAL TRUST CO. 
(DOUGLAS) 


ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A 
sound business proposition? 
Does the idea of operating a 
modern specialty camera store 
In a prin>e mall location appeal 
to you? Would you like the sup¬ 
port of a company that has been 
In business tor 20 years with a 
sound track record of franchis¬ 
ing? Then contact; 

FRANCHISE 

DIRECTOR 


KITS 


1601 Yew St., 

Vancouver, B.C. V6K 3E6 

Call Coli^ (604) 731-4281 

or (604) 732-9194 (Eves) 

We have operating stores on the 
West Coast, each one becked bv 
a comprehensive Support pro¬ 
gram covering all phases of the 
store operation. Our training 
program will prepare vou to 
enter the exciting world of pho¬ 
tography. 

$40,000 cash Investment re¬ 
quired. We have locetlons avell- 
abje In Comox C:entre. Comox 
B.C., Champlain Mall. Vancou¬ 
ver, B.C., Semlahmoo Mall, 
White Rock. B.C., Maple Park, 
Quesnei, B.C., Fort Mall, Fort 
Sa$k., Alta., Midnapore Mall, 
Calgary, Alta., Weyburn 
Square. Weyburn, Sask., Law- 
son Hots., Saskatoon, Sask., 
Sherwood village, Regina, 
Sask., Write or call us nowl 


FAST RETURN 

RENTAL-LEASE 

BUSINESS 

Outstanding opportunity for nr>e- 
chanically IncTlnad person to su- 
service 

light industrial machinery. Lo¬ 
cated In some local high volunse 
business establishments on 
VALUABLE CONTRACT basis. 
Full factory gaining on maln- 
talnence. NO SELLING IN¬ 
VOLVED. Veryw^ltable share 
of rental lease. Tremendous EN- 
ERGY growth indust^ with the 
nations largest manufacturer 
specializing In this exclusive lu- 
crotlve retail field with no conv 
petition. P^ hi^ earnings bi¬ 
monthly. S7375-CT^ cash In¬ 
vestment; SE(ful^D. If you 
think you would be willing to 
hard tor an early secure 
retirement, write Immediatelv. 
toll b^grm^ details, to Vic¬ 
toria Press Box 447. 


MARINA 

RESORT 

A beautiful Canadian resort 
v^e over 25,000 Americans 
vlsltad. 

If has a new ISO ^t dining room 
Induing a rcief top tarrace. A 
cosy 40 se^pub plus a llcensad 
terrace on the sea. 

There Is a grocer store, fast food 
take-out saffvt^. - 


swimming 


shower rooms. 


laundryroonos. etc. Gas docks 
•nd berth tor approximatelv 100 
boats. Ten acres of land with 
over 1000 feet on the ocean plus 
laasas. Fl^ cottages plus 


Fi^ cottages plu; 
>. The price todav 
mortgage of 


daft quarters. Tf 

Gross over $5004)00 in the sea¬ 
son. See PETER BROWN of P. 
R. BROWN 8 SONS LTD., 


Nanaimo Businesses 
Vancouver Island 

Work short hours ^ eniov our 
suwrt fishing and boating plus 
tha tow prices of our homas. 

1 MATERNITY FASHION 
BOUTIQUE, downtown loca- 
tlon. omv $12,500 plus stock 
(about $54)00). 

2 GIFTWARE BUSINESS, best 
location, low price $27,500 plus 
stock (about 4254)00). 

SANDWICH 

.. 

Call me tor businesses or homes 
anvtlnr>e. John Vandermeer. 
753^1 Of 390^237 <f write Can¬ 
ada Trust Realtor, M Commer- 
clal St., Nanaimo, B.C. V9R 5G4. 

r , TOURIST BUSINESS 
f thriving 

action of Victoria. Ex- 
flnancl^ evallM, or 
h-ade tor^equ ty In real estate. 
F^ further Information con- 

341-2233 (24 hrs. I 
OCEAN CITY REALTY LTD: 


w.. basements and ga 
rages. The properties are belno 
sow as a "package". There Is 
potential In the land tor addition 
dwellings. Offered at 

$2504)00. 

SHELAGH HALL 
Residence Office (24 hr s.) 

592-2723 477-1841 

Block Bros. Realty Ltd. 

FAIRFIELD 
TUDOR CHARACTER 
REVENUE PROPERTY 

In an excellent area of Fairfield, 
a gracious residence presently 
used as a resident guest house )2 
bedrooms, 9 bathr ooms, 2 dining 
rooms. 20x14' living room, 4 fire¬ 
places and separate suite for 
owner. Back lane to parking 
area. Completely furnished - 
over 5040 sq. ft. The prop^ has 
great potential and excellent 
revenue. Otterson$179,500. 
SHELAGH HALL 

Off) 

592-2723 477-1441 

Block Bros. Realty Ltd. 

Hardware Store 

Mere Is an opportunity for a well 
exp^l^ed merchandiser to 
put their talents to work. Large, 
bright premises In a good lease 
Located in a hiqh-tratffc shop 
ping plaza. Asxlng price of 
$94,500. Includes sto^ (approx 
M,000) tenants Improvements, 
flxtu«. end chattels. Personal 
enquiries only please. Exclu¬ 
sively offered by 

LORNE BARR 

477-7291 (Bus.) 343-5464 (Res.) 

^ DAVID SOUTHALL 
4^-7291 (Bus.) 652-1201 (Res.) 
D. F. H. REAL ESTATE LTD. 

THE BACKROOM 
GALLERY 

Art Gallery and Residence— 
2070 (^ Bay Ave. 

This prestigious Oak Bay Gal- 
erv with 2100 sq. ft. on three 
levels Is available tor purchase. 
Gallery, framing and restora¬ 
tion facilities together with 
owr>er's suite represent a unique 
and exciting business opportu 
nity Drive bv ^ please all ap 
polntments through Listing 
Salesman.si35,000. 

D C. BUTTERFIELD 
Northern Pacific Realty Ltd. 
479-1687 (24 Hrs.) 

BUSY BEE 

1-hour cleaners expanding in 
new shopping centres $20,000 
anrHial return on investment cen 
be expected plus menagen>ent 
«lfrv. No experience required, 
ail training provided or staff can 
WiPPlIed. Excellent opporto 
nity tor owner/operators or ab^ 
sentw owners. $35,000 invest 
wenf required with balance 
through bank financing to quail 
tied buyer. For appointment, 
please call BIIIMarshall 
(112)736-8^1 or write Busy B^ 
International Ltd, Suite 104,1687 
W«t Roadway, Vancouver BC, 

PLANTS 

AGROWING 

CONCERN 

Thriving lungle of tropicals, cui 
flowers, baskets and assorted 
hoi^ plant accessories. Best to 
cation in tovm across from liquor 
store. Price of $36,000 Includes 
stock. Vendor will stav short 
period to assist new purchaser. 
Call RENITH ROBINSON 
477-9292 or 388-6275, pgr, 1430 or 
MIKE SWEENEY 388-5050 
CASTLE PROPERTIES LTD 

APPROX 
60 ACRES 

Approx. 1 Million F.B.M. Tim 
ber. Access and Logging Per 
mils available also subdivision 
for 5-ecre lots (Approval In 
Principle from Regional Olst ) 
Location TOFINO, B.C. Price 
$195,000. Min. $1004)00 down. For 
Information; 

PETERPRIMGAAROF.R I. 

R.I.(B.C.) 

SeapravJPri^x^les Ltd. 

HAIRSTYLIST SHOP 
DUNCAN 

3-station, unisex hairstyllng 
shop for sale In fast-growing 
area. Good lease, parking and all 
equipment, showing excellent 
retoro. 

For further Informaton please 
call DIANE AOAIR at 746^5171 
or 746^793. 

H.W. DICKIE LIMITED. 

70 Government St., 
OuTKan, B.C. 

V9L lAt 
746-5171 

CARO&GIFTSHOP 
$9m PLUS STOCK 
Good opportunity to go Into 
business for yoorsefTwith 
minimum cash,outlay. Ag¬ 
gressive retailers In the 
same comnwclal-residen 
tial complex. Full details bw 
ohp^ B. E^ JEFTREY at 
590-3321 or 477-4250. 

JACKMEARS 
OAK BAY REALTY LTD. 


FAST FOOD 

Business. Going concern with 
qoodwholesaic and retail trade 
A r«|l nKoev maker. Asking 
price Includes land, building and 
equlpj^t. Ottered at $3604)00. 
New MLS 44365. Further details 
plea$ecall 

477-0191 JACKMOEN 650-5448 
Royal Trust_ 

UNIQUE 

SUCCESSFUL 

downtown soup/sand 
wich coffee house tor sale! $120, 
000 plus stock. Small staff! 
Coufiyard overflow during high 
season! Reply to Victoria Press 
Box 875. _ 

Bakery—$39,900 

Excellent opportunity tor some¬ 
one experienced In this line 
Statenient on file showing pro- 
pre^ve growth. Location close 
In. For equipment and lease In¬ 
formation contact; 

JOHNTODD 594-7849 

davidburr ttd._384-9335 

EXCLUSIVE 
DELIVERY SERVICE 

This service Is designed to geo 
erate a second Income tor any 
’•IJ ly or ewnd an already es- 
t^lshed delivery business. It 
hold numerous benefits and a 
potential never excercised. In- 
quires to Victoria Press Box 8S4 

IF YOU HAVE $50j000 AND ARE 
interested In NETTING the 
^ veer. PALM 
AUTO WORLD Is expanding to a 
2nd location and requires a 
vmrking partner. Automotive 
background not essential. Phone 
386-8ft5 tor more Information or 
0^ In and see us at 3342 Oak 
Street._ 

EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY 
for energetic couple to manage 
new combination oas bar and 
aundrontat In Vk^la. Excel 
lent commission earnings avail 
able with minimum investment 
Must be reliable, hardworking 
and In qpod health. Redv to 1^ 
Box 7032, Postal Station D, Vic 
torla. 


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TAURUSENERGY 
Producing Homes 

Requlr* the fotlowina personnel 
as partners: Grepnk Artist, 
Bookkeeper. Electrlen, Plumb- 
er. Cerpenter, Public Relations 
person. Good safe future for 
right person. Son>e Investment 
required. Victoria Press Box 
S55. 


SMALL VANCOUVER ISLAND 
Shopping Center For Sale 
Excelient opportunitv for part¬ 
nership or famllv operation. 
Grocery store, restaurant and 
laundromat In operation now. 
Full price $495,000.1llness forces 
sale. Owner open to offers. 

Also for information on Vancou¬ 
ver Island hotels contact: 

Alex Snsaal. 

H2-75a-6dOI or 1JI2-754-3675. 


HOT PRODUCT: EXCLUSIVE 
line of Chimney BruShH. S9II td 
woodstove stores, hardware 
stores, rental companies etc. 36 
foot long continuous handle. 
Non-competItive. only type on 
market. Distributor ships cur¬ 
rently open In your area. Macau¬ 
lay Industrial Ltd., 573 Looan 
Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba. 
R3A OSS. 204-772-9982. Mr. 
Adams. 


HARBOUR 

SQUARE 

Leasehold improvements and 
equipment for retail shop at far 
below cost price. 1000 sq. ft. 
available. Negotiate your own 
lease. Details with: 

W. MICHAELS OR J. HOWES 
THE PERMANENT 477-0141 


Grocery Store 
Fully equipped 

For GROCERY & MEAT busi¬ 
ness. Excellent turnover and 
LARGE RETAIL area. Priced at 
$35,000. plus stock. Phone VIC¬ 
TOR WONG 592-5454 OP479-6569 
anytime. Byron Price & Assoc. 
' Ltd. 


DOWNTOWN BLDG. 

4800 SO. FT. APPROX. TOTAL. 
EQUIPPED AS 7S-$eat coffee 
Shop and bakery. Corner close to 
retail-wholesale outlets and 
growing multi-residentlal area. 
Could be NIGHTTIME opera¬ 
tion. 

FRANCES BROWN 595-5131 
Canada Trust 


RESTAURANT 

Very solid 70+ seat establish¬ 
ment. Grossed In excess of $182,- 
000 In fiscal year 1979. Owr>ers 
anxious to self. 

For Information call: 

G. Schmidt. Sooke Realty Ltd. 
PO Box 931. Sooke B.C VOS IMO. 
642-5426, or home 47^6875 


FAIRFIELD 

17SUITES 

For Information, please call. 

ALAN PETERSEN 
477-7291 384-8075 (Pgr. 750) 

D. F. H. REAL ESTATE LTD. 


$45,000.00 

Established carpet business. 
Family business which Is In good 
area for expansion. Good equip¬ 
ment Is Included In this price. 
Plus stock at wholesale. 

477-4118 PAT FORBES 381-2233 


BEAUTY PARLOR 

4 Stations 6 dryers — a busty 
local clientele to draw from. 
Good lease — excelient parking. 
Barbara and Shirley 381-2233. 
^OCEAN CITY REALTY LTD. 


HEALTH FOOD STORE 

Family Business In new shop¬ 
ping centre near Victoria. Gross 
over $200,000. Victoria Press 
Box 787. 


EXCLUSIVE DEALERSHIP 
for Medical Stainless Products 
In B.C. requires partner, me¬ 
chanical or handy with tools pre¬ 
ferred. Very little lnvestn>ent. If 
any. Victoria Press Box 883. 


EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY. 
Owner selling profitable restau- 
■ rant on large commercial prop¬ 
erty, to conflicting Interests. 
112-75T-3146. 


ISLANDS SCHOOL BUS Op¬ 
eration. Shows good return for 
owner operator or otherwise on 
reasonable Investment. Reply 
victoria Press. Box 820. 


OELI& BAKERY 
Great location on Saanich Pen¬ 
insula. Good equipment and 
turnover. $49,500. Phone 
477-5258. after 5:30. 


TOURIST AND TRAVEL PUB- 
llcatlons established 1940of Van¬ 
couver Island and Western Can¬ 
ada for sale. George Willis, 
382^7 after 5pm. 


DIAPER SERVICE 
Well organized business suitable 
for couple. P.O. Box 785 Vic¬ 
toria. 


TOY STORE IN GOOD TOUR- 
ist location of Ouncan. Showing 
crofit. Asking $2000. Siwlouspar- 
fles only. 478-4454. 


5" GUTTER AAACHINE 


LADIES WEAR STORE, Ex¬ 
cellent potential, good lease. 
388-4933 or 479-5039 


TAXI COMPANY. 2 CARS 
fully licenced and equipped, 
8-11pm only. 382-7843. 


USED CLOTHING STORE, 
gjin^jl^^e^partles 


241 


BUSINESS OPfOR- 
TUNIJIES WANTED 


WANT TO INVEST IN A SAAALL 
business as a working partner or 
sole owner. Call 381-0949. 


244 REVENUE nomn 


SXSDUPLEX 
$82,500 

Only 9 yrs. old, 3 BR's, I’/i baths 
each side. $55,800 1st nr>oHg. at 
due June 15/82. Extra 

tion and viewing call: 

WALT SLOCOMB 3834035 

THE PERMANENT 477-0141 


TWENTY-ONE 

SUITES 

Prime location In Sidney, less 
than one block from the ocean on 
a 1 acre site. Good management 
makes this Ideal for aosmtee 
Investor. $598,000. Exclusive. 
GRAYLAITE 656-5267 

NATIONAL TRUST 595-2121 


APPROXIMATELY 23,600 
feet of M2 light industry zoned 
property. Already to go. No has¬ 
sle of zoning. Three old homes 
areon this property. Rentedwith 
no leases. This would be dandy 
holding property for someone 
who wanted to Invest in real 
estate. Full price $188,000. Call 
HAROLD WARE 385-1580 or 
386-6164 CASTLE PROPER- 
TIESLTD. 


CHARACTER 

REVENUE 

3 bedrooms, 2 baths on main plus 
2-bedroom suite upstairs arxl a 
full high basement — Asking 
$79,900. 

R.w. Rhodes 381-2233,388-5^ 
PgT^ 

OCEAN CITY REALTY LTD. 


SXSDUPLEX 
$94,900 

Three bedroom, 7 year old du¬ 
plex near Spectrum School In 
Saanich West. 10'A% financing. 
Hurry, call me now. It won't last. 
Komal Dodd 

477-1841 388-5464 Pager 726 

Block Bros. Realty Ltd. 


REVENUE 

Apartment blocks and commer¬ 
cial properties providing posi¬ 
tive cash flows and hedge gainst 
inflation. 30 - 80 ste. blocks. 
Down pvmts. from $50,000. 
Please call ; 

OLE KNUOSEN 479-2764 

Roval Trust 384-8001 


144 REVBwrwruTr 

“ROCKLAND 

CONVERSION" 

A well-cared-for bulldino In an 
exclusive area of Victoria. 
Grossing over $33X)00 with an 
excellWit yield and affordable 
ternrvs. Priced to sefl at ^49,000. 
For an appt. to view, calf 
STEPHEN EWALD 
477-7291 (Bus.) 385-1213 (Res.) 

“28 STE. APT" 
Downtown Victoria 

This building is In fantastic con¬ 
dition grossing over $51X)00 with 
excellent potential for conver¬ 
sion under commercial zoning. A 
must see for $449,000. MLS. For 
mort information and a private 
showing, call 

STEPHEN EWALD 
477-7291 (Bus.) 385-1213 (Res.) 
D.F.H. REAL ESTATE LTD. 


WStes. Fairfield 

Needs work. Has outstanding 
work order. Net $14,901. Price 
$165,000. For further particu¬ 
lars, call. 

IAN D. MacDONALD 
477-7291 3844075 (Pgr. 1358) 

Rockland Heritage 

One of Victoria's finest conver¬ 
sions. 8 Self-contained suites Net 
approx. $19,000. For further Info. 
Call. 

lANO. MacDONALD 
477-7291 384-8075 (Pgr. 1358) 

D. F. H. REAL ESTATE LTD. 

ROCKLAND 

7SUITES 

- FANTASTIC NET 

This new conversion has a gross 
of $21460 and is itetting $1^165. 
The bulldino has been renovated 
with all new wiring and plumb¬ 
ing. The suites have private en¬ 
trance, new kitchens, bathroom, 
are Insulated and have electric 
heat with separate meters. Ide¬ 
ally located, asking $188,900 with 
$108,000 low Interest financing 
available. Try your offer I 
Randy Small — Lee Wrobel 
385-1431 3884275 Pager 654,865 

British Anverican Realty Ltd. 

DUPLEXES 

$61,90g-^Sears area. 

2-2-BR Suites 
$69,900—James Bay. 

2—1-BR Suites 
$89,900—Victoria. 2—2-BR 
Suites over 1100 sq. ft. 
wIthF/P's 

$115,000—Sears area, only 14 
yrs. old—4-br and family room 
owner suite 

ALEXOR ANITATAIT 
_I^AN CITY REALTY LTD. 
381-2233_477-8522 

UP & DOWN DUPLEX 
Located on high part of Fern- 
wood this renovated duplex sits 
on a deep lot. Main 2 BR suite 
offers living room with fireplace 
and separate dining room with 
beamed celling. Upper suite Is 
also 2 BR artd offers lovely view 
of the city. Asking $76,500. 
388-4434 BILLSTdhU 477-5382 
WESTMONT REALTY 
(1980) LTD. 

7SUITES$68,900 
7%% FINANCING DUE 
1994 

4 one-bedroom and 3 housekeep¬ 
ing rooms in good rental area. 
$3,500 financing at 7^% due In 
1994. Call me for more in^ma- 
tlon. 

Komal Dodd 

477-1841 388-5464 Pager 726 

Block Bros. Realty Ltd. 

FAIRFIELD 

CHARACTER 

Well maintained 3 suiter conver¬ 
sion. Close to park, seaside and 
shops. On busfine. MLS. Asking 
$118,000. Call today. 

MARTIN BATTLE 
385-7744 5984605 

GARDNER REALTY 
(1979) LTD. 

REVENUE 

PROPERTY 

2 houses on the same lot. Live In 
one and rent out the other. Phone 
KIM ENG, 386-2955 or 477-9439. 
CENTURY 21 Mayfair Re^ty 
Ltd. 


APARTMENT BLKS 
AVAILABLE 

Contact Bing Richards 3887868, 
3885464 Pgr. 732. 

DUNSMUIR PROPERTIES 
_Lm_ 

YOUBOU VACANT 3 BEO- 
room older house on <4 acre, 
rentals could pay for invest¬ 
ment, $21,900 or best offer. Fin¬ 
ancing available. 658-5743 or 


ancing a 
5954133. 


BY OWNER 
6TOWNHOUSES 
2 and 3 bedroom fully r^ed and 
managed. Excellent financing 
on price of $44,900 per unit. 
383-3033 _ 

ESQUIMALT 4 PLEX, EASY 
care, electric heat, close to 
stores and bus. $79,500.3883923 


245 REVENUE 

PtOPEItTIES WANTED 

APARTMENT WANTED 

(3ut of town client Interested In 
2825 suite bldg, not more than 12 
yrs. old, elevalor. Fairfield pre¬ 
ferred. $200,000 down. Please 
call: 

ROMA MOL YARD 
384-4827 (eves) 

Roval Trust . 384-8001 

WANTED VERY LARGE 
CHARACTER 
RESIDENCE 

Must be Rockland area, suitable 
for conversion to suites. Imme¬ 
diate buyer 

3^mi LYLE FRASER6564198 
BLOCK BROS. REALTY LTD. 

WANTEDSXSDUPLEX 

with 3 bedrooms on main floor 
$135*(6 o preferred up to 

ALEXOR ANITA 
477-8522 381-2233 

OCEAN CITY REALTY LTD. 

WANTED 12 TO 30 SUITE 
apartment building. Cash to 
^rtyge down payment. 

247 C«MiaKUl(M 
iN«nTniu.PMranKS 




WHITTONirS 

1.64 ACRES 
General 
Commercial 

Over 200 ft. of prime road front¬ 
age In OAwoo± a$ wHI as 2M0 
sq. ft. MODERN WORKSHOP 
arrt 2JOO sq. ft. colonial hon>e. 
All for ^ price of the land only 
—$265,000 

CENTRAL 
SAANICH 
Light Industrial 

Ex^lent LEVEL '/t-ACRE lot 
with over 90 ft. road frontage. 
Make us an offer to purchase, or 

Downtown Investment 
Commercial Building 
Trades Considered 

Equity of $125,000. Full price 
$M,(W). Fully leased to yield 
absolute net before financing of 
$32,000 P.A. Will consider trades 
up or down of apartments, com- 
merclai or residential. Call 
Peter MargetH 592-2407. 

MARGETTS& GOWER 
OAK BAY PROPERTIES LTD. 


247 COMMOICULOR 

■NsrauirMramis 



REHLSPan 

LL}L\l/UJ i 


PROPERTIES LTD. 


846 BROUGHTON 38&B454 
"READY TO BUILD'' 

Vacant light Industry site of 5625 
‘9- located 

close to hl^ghway Intersection at 
Tonam and Country. Split level 
entry to 1500 sq. ft. of offices up, 
500 sq. ft. of oHicn down plus 
1000 sa ft. of warehouse with 
toadlng door. On-sIte parking. 
Services Installed, architect 
plans and building permit Is- 



BRENTD. EWING 
388-6454_658-5661 


B.C. LAND 

AND INSURANCE 
AGENCY LTD. 


COMMERCIAL 

(C-1) 

CORNERSITE 

120 ft. road frontage on Old Is- 
laM Highway .ar^OO ft. ro^ 
frontaga on Helm^en. Attractl- 
vely renovatad building of ap¬ 
prox. 1530 sq. ft. Tarrlflc Expo¬ 
sure. Pavedperklng. 

4785588 Shfri^ Wilde 4782459 

6.57 ACRES OF 

INDUSTRIAL 

LAND 

Sidney area. 3 road tront- 
eoes. Excellent exposure on 
Pet Bey Highway. Easy ac¬ 
cess. Asking for offer s on 

& 00 per square foot. $860,- 
I. ExcluslvelY with JACK 
PETRIE at S9M736 (res.) or 
5983321 (Bus.). 

JACK MEARS OAK BAY 
REALTY LTD. 

SIDNEY 
Light Industrial 

This 3 plus acre site Is without a 
doubt ont of the best values 
today for light Industrial prop¬ 
erty. Light manufacturing, 
warehousing, etc. are possible. 
Dlr^lv edfacent to the airport 
on the growing Saanich Peninsu¬ 
la. Priced et $1.65 per sq. ft. but 
try your offer. 

NEILRAWNSLEY 595-1507 
MONTREAL TRUST 3882111 

JUST LISTED 
LIGHT INDUSTRIAL 
1.5 ACRES 

^eted near the Sandown Race 
Track Is this level zoned light 
•nAwtrlel lot. There is 284' on 
Mcpof^ld Perk Rd. and 222' on 
Meleview. Priced et $235,000. 
1^ complete details contact: 
3884434 RICKKINNIS 477-9394 
WESTMONT REALTY 
(1980) LTD. 

HOLDING PROPERTY 

Over 9000 sa ft. of a possible 
ajMrtmenf site In Esquimait. 
This lot is R3 zoned and con¬ 
tains a livable, older home 
and Is offered at the asking 
price of $^,000. For further 
Information please call 
...RRYat 5983321 


DENNIS BER 
Of 479-5724. 


JACK MEARS 
OAK BAY REALTY LTD. 

NOW LEASING 
NOW SELLING 

strata Units 1350 sq. ft. to 20,000 
sq. ft. Choose the size you need. 
831 Devonshire Commerce 
Park. Located dose to New Tllll- 
cum Shopping Centre. 

^ I.G.LIOSTONE 
388-4434 477-0982 

WESTMONT REALTY 
_ (1980) LTD. _ 

CITY CENTRE 

On VIjw St. so- » IJO- levtl lot, 
Ideal for single or multi storey. 
Owner will acc^ any reeson- 
trade offers. Asking 
$125,000 (below appraisal). 
Frank Wills, 3887168. 

DUNSMUIR 
PROPERTIES LTD. 

PRIME 

COMMERCIAL BLDG. 

Sl^a^ on Douglas St. with 12 
rental igaces. Approximatalv 8 
years old. 21482 sa ft. In rent¬ 
able area. Lot size 58.767 sq. ft. 

Royal Trus?^^^^^^ 3844001 

COMMERCIAL BUILDING AT 
warehouse prices. On e busy 
one-way street less then two 
blocks off Douglas Street — 
greet •xpo^a, <8lve through 
door, retell front windows — 
take neM or ell 7200 square feet. 

MICHAELBURR 595-2165 

devid burr ltd._384-9335 


WAMTED 

Ml or M2 zoned lot, my client 
wishes to build e 4400 sa ft. 

rciitrciNTiB&.'sirs 

Immediate Inspection at 381-2233 


Retail-Commercial 

Multi-tenant building. Stratagl- 
calv located. Fully kMsed. Net 
approx. $57,000. 

_ IAN D. MacDONALD 


PRIAJEDOJUf^LAS 

1M11 sq. lt?^A8?zoned prop- 
•Jty •ndJx^WIng. Town side of 

NATIONAL TRUST 595-2121 

WATERFRONT TOWNHOUSE 

SesTsWioSa.iiff'''^'* 

^£gg!;S^Cl¥Y^iiLTYT^ 

LOT FOR SALE BY OWNER. 
M'xW. Vic West, 1 mile from 
City Hell. 477-5130 after 6pm. 

18ACRES FLAT INDUSTRIAL 

-'■'Iwoodarea. 

^,4789706. 


18ACRES FLAT INDU 


WANTED: AREA TO LEASE 
tJF small shake operation. 
385-1662 


251 NOBSESWttJUi 

ROCKHEIGHTS 

$73,500 

Delightful, family home with 
yljwrs over Golf Course and City. 
2 Brs. on ntain and 2 nwe down. 
Over 1900 sq. ft. finished in this 8 
yr. old, well meintelned home. 
Toviewpleesecell 

HUGH A^NRO 6585536 

Something different? 
$67,900 

If you ere looking for something 
really unusual but lots of fun, 
isten to thisi A large comer lot 
Gorge area (6^x140') com- 
pleteiv turroundidbv ‘ 
shrubs for ‘ 


r trees end 


privacy in the sunv 
jf time, complete with gerdm 
shed end seperat^garege with 
heavy wiring. Entrance to the 
home Is through e huge front 
porch (more like a consarva- 
tory). Tnt living room has a low, 
beamad celling like e ship's 
cabin, with e greet fireplace 
(custpm brass scraan). The klt- 
chm Is an absoluteMIght with a 
built-in natural wood seating 
unit as welT as a breakfast bar (4 
stools IfKlud^). Fridw, stove, 
dl^eslw, washer, anm and 
^m-ln sterM are all Included. 
One of the bathrooms and the 
large uhllty room Is on the main 
floor. TtTM great bedrooms, an- 
ottm bathroom and a hi^ sun- 
por^ ^e all^talrs. Financing 
available. Act quickly! 

JohnE. Thomson 
Northern Pacific Realty Ltd. 

479-1687 


SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1980 

m HoinnFMSiu wNsamsiu {m mwaniStti 


Castle 

PROPERTIES LTD. 


OPEN SAT. 
UOA 

lOTTOAilART 

m 

Take e drive to beautiful Brent¬ 
wood, take Verdier to Hagen to 
Oemelart and view thls^lm- 
meculete. 1500 sq. ft. 3-bdrm. 
home complete with 2 bath- 
rq^s. dining room, living room 
with fireplace end brIdM kit¬ 
chen. Just e few nwnths old. 
Early possasslon. For prior 
viewing call RAY TILLYER 

JUBILEEAREA 

Ptrfa^ for ratirament. Not 
ntu^ from the outside but re¬ 
cent renovations nteke It very 
exciting on the inside. This 


cozy cheerfulnessTtnes to of^. 
Just steps ewey from h^tal 

LOCATION 

SUPREME 

Excellent pofenhel. Large cor¬ 
ner leftover 1900 sa ft. Most 
^Ire^ and sou^ after area. 
EMCutIve home fust 3 minutes 
to town. 3 bd^. V/» bath, large 
L? Oflr«inroom with beeu- 
hful built In BBO, opening to 
beautiful seclud^ garden. 

^'.rsiA'afGirR'wn??)'; 

721 5220 or 3886164 office. 

ESQUIMALT 

3-bdrm white stucco bungalow. 
New kitchen end bathroom fix¬ 
tures epprox. 3 yrs. ego. Fully 
fencedlot, good garden space. 
Priced to sell et $46,900. 
FREDDY STARKE, 5981175 or 
3886164. CASTLE PROPER- 
TIESLTD. 

CITY PROPERTY 

Valuable city lot. Has 2 older 
houses rented. A good Invest¬ 
ment as e holding property. 
Clw title, tiw your terms. Cell 
RACHEL ^a 6S0NS, 4794963 or 
3886164 office. 

$49,900 

3BEDROOMS 

Here is a well priced home With 3 
bdrms on the mein floor. Large 
LR with fireplace, basement 
suitable for workstwp end stor¬ 
age. (Uxivenlent area, situated 
next to e park, will sell fast. 
Hurry and call RICK O'KANE, 
5982^ or 3186164office. 


ESTATES 
SIDS,000 

\m 


Here are two buys undsr con¬ 
struction In the fremIrH) stages 
now. One gorgeous side spl It with 
3 bdrms, 3 baths, sunken family 
room end energy efficient. The 
other is e two storey oolonlel 
with 3 bdrms, 3 baths, finished 
family room, etc. Plans eveil- 
able and first tima advertised. 
So hurry. DOUG POWELU Df- 
flce 3886164, Home 592-6417, 
Pager 3886275 No. 178. 

GORDON HEAD 
MUST BE SOLD 

quiet neighbourhood. Features 
Include two fireplaces, living 
room and In-line dinlna bright 
end cheery kitchen with eetfng 
area, 3 bdrms on mein — rrtev 
ter with 3-pce. ervsulte. Large 
bdrm/office end rec rm down, 
roughed In vacuum system, dou¬ 
ble garage. MAKE YOUR 

, _ or 3886275 
loe 386-6164 

REDUCEDFROM 
$109,500 to $96,900 
FORSUPER 
QUICK SALE 
1431 

MERRIT PLACE 

Lovelv modified 3 bdrm. plus 
den tudor home. Lots of charac¬ 
ter In this 8Ytaer-old home. Liv¬ 
ing room with fioor-to-celling 
brick flrwlace, reset lead tape 
windows, beamed ceilings. Sep8 
rate dining room with slltfng 
glass doors onto sundack, kit¬ 
chen with eating area, 3 bath¬ 
rooms, ntester bedroom with an- 
suite end beloony W. Well-to- 
well ceraefthroughout. 1850 sa 
ft. finished, separate 1W<er ga¬ 
rage, Fully lanoKa^ with fe8 
ture rock wells. Prl<^ to sell 
quickly. For eppolnlment to 
view cell BOB KOHLRUSS 

BURNSIDE AREA 
3214 HARRIET 
ROAD 

Dandy, one-bdrm home tor re¬ 
tired couple or newlyweds. Liv¬ 
ing room, kitchen end one bdrm 
end laundry room on good-sized 
lot, 55xin. Fridge, stove. we«v 
er ^dnfef. Dri^ by but do not 
disturb ttie tenant. FiHI price 
$M,S00. Cell HAROLD WARE, 

GORGE VIEWS 
$71,900 

Well built four bdrm family 
home situated on e spacious 
gently sloping lot overlooking 
the Gorge waters. Generous 
sized living room with firepleoe, 
♦orn^l dinging room, mpd^n 
^ight kitchen plus e fulThlgh 
basement with a drive-ln ga- 
ragt.^'Carge assumabla n>ort- 
gage at 10X<i%. Exclusive. Cell 
CHRISGREIG, 3186164office or 
3181296 res. 

$49,900 

Specious two bdrm home with 
u^alrs reedy to finish off Into 
studio or more bdrms. Huge liv¬ 
ing room with flrei^ace. Quiet 
street close in, <!ell CHRIS 
GREIG, 386-6164 office or 
3881296 res._ 

tOsland 

COOK 

STREET XUL 

386J545 ^ 

Four yr. old home, like new 
throughout, super floor plan, 
lush w/w caip^. Cathadral en¬ 
trance with f distinctive brick 
arches to an extra nice II ving rm. 
S*P kitchen 

end dlnj^, 3 bdrms, master is 
large with 2 pee. ensulte. Lovelv 
family rm with 2nd fireplace. 

Some view. Only 
|8’.000. Phone Morris Lund. 
3887545 anytime. 


FOR SALE 


Royal Trust 


OPEN HOUSE 

BROADMEAD 
OPEN HOUSES 
SATURDAY,! .30-3:30 
997AMBLEWOOD 
COURT 

—New 2-storev. 4-bedroom, 2V8 
bath oontenyporary; 
—Excellent klt^ten with famllv 


—4-eve(e« 
-DouM 


garage with electronic 

opener. 

$139,500 

4515 EMILY CARR 
DRIVE 

—Unique contemporary ; 

—2bedrooms and lounge up; 
—Living room, dining, kitchen. 

bedroomendbathonmein; 

—Lower level has bedroom, bath 
and rac room. 

$125400 

Sae these fina homes with: 
JEANNIE DEWHURST. 
6588980; MARION HOPKINS, 
5924351 or 3888001. 

OPEN HOUSE 
SATURDAY, 2-4:30 
1484 MYRTLE ST. 

CUTE AND COSY 
Carpeted luxury for the retireds 
or starters. Living room with 
fireplace, 2 bedrooms, plumbed 
for washer end dryer. Automatic 
heat. Saperete garage. Open to 
view SeT.lt wonYle^ 

VIVIAN ROBERTS 
477-0191 477-0211 

450 HEAD ST. 
SATURDAY, 2-4 P.M. 
JUSTAAARRIED? 

JUST RETIRED? 

Nestle Into this oomforteble 2- 
bedroom 1951 built; (coved ceil¬ 
ing) honM on e eesv-care lot. 
Relaxing fireplace In living 
room, carpet over herdvmod 
floors. Dining end kitchen, work¬ 
s', carport, vea oOrdtn, close 
to p^, some city and seevlews. 
LARGE LOW INTEREST 
MORTGAGE to approved pur¬ 
chaser. MLS 44791. 

477-0191 SYL SHUMKA 5981337 

4560VANTREIGHTDR. 
SUNDAY, l:30^:00p.m. 

Two Storey, 3 bedroom home In 
superb location. Main floor fea¬ 
tures spacious living room with 
fireplace, separate dinino room, 
^ or study, kltdMn end laun¬ 
dry araa. Badrooms art locatad 
on iMpar laval. (^osv English Pub 
SWIe rac room In fulTbasamant. 
SitMted on a nicely tread 78x196' 
lot. $128,500. For prior vlawing 
call anytime. 

GALECHRISTENSON 
477-0191 477-7047 

1) BACK ON MARKET 

Thisp 


this 
. the 

llv'rm, thelierrhMo^ flwrs? 
The rent coming In on the oot- 

$6^000 ML? *^*'**' 

2) THEVIEWGOES 
FOREVER 

But the sale won't lest long. 1.36 
a^e, high, level. Mcludedprop- 
erty tudeed neetfy away from 
the noise but not convenience of 
Highway 1. Just 5 min. from 
town. Excellent 8BR family 
home included inthe$eleprlceof 
$151,000. MLS. ' 

3) JUST LISTED! 

8BR CHARACTER with merv- 
veloMS oak steircese. This home 
Is ierge. solid eiM dry. Although 
some finishing is re^ri^ the 
potential here is excellent. 
$4^500. 

GARY WILLIAMS 384-8075 
pager 1379or 3888001. 

LANDSENDROAD 

Expensively con s tructed 8BR, 
custom oontenf^ery. most be 
sold because of vendors trans¬ 
fer. Priced close to assessed 
voloe end Irreplaceable at 
$155400. If you appreclete qual¬ 
ity, uniqueness and sacTuslon, 
call for to sae Inside this 
totally different residence on 2 
efre secluded property wllh see 
gllmi^. 

JEANNIE DEWHURST. 
6588980 or 3888001. 

LUXURY AND LOGIC 

Come together in this Innovative 
new home with seevlew from 
super Nzad kitchen, sap. dining 

mast ?6l*^o!liff**gSlore. 3 
rock TIrepleces. den, family 
room, plus your own spa end 
sauna. Sitting high and hand¬ 
some on an e«sv-cere lot In 
beautiful Broadmeed. Exclusive 
et $199,000. 

JEANNIE DEWHURST, 
6588980or 3888001. 

SIMPSON SEARS 
$56,900 

Excellent 3 bedroom, no base¬ 
ment home. LR has heetllator 
FP. Dining area, laundry room 
off kitchen. Low, low down. CaN 
PETER TER VEER. 479-1588 or 



GORDON HEAD! 

Wall maintainad 8badroom bun- 
galow on quiet established 
street. Fully develof^ base¬ 
ment wtth 2 poe., sh^, sew 

3r;3far,ssrx7 


cluslvelywith 

JEANNIE DEWHURST 6588980 


(ARE FIND 
lMK>RDONHEADl 

al 3-badrpom split 

_on ont of the very 

t, established cul-de-sacs. 
—If vou'ra looking for huge 

fOOfTit; 

—If you (ike a large fovar; 

—If you want a big master bed¬ 
room wtth double closets and 
full ansulte Including a bidet ; 
—^M[Ou agpredete hot water 

—Like a'double gerege plus t 
oood drlvttuvAv i 

—Plus you^e to see the see end 
l^^lj^er end have a sunny 

Than call without hesitation! 
Exclusive at $193,000 wtth; 

65lA80olr'»8«0L'^ HURST. 


DEAN PARK 
$115,000 


^aces,kitohanwlthaatlno area, 
family room, double garaga, 
sund^ plus patio area. Thanno 


s. sh^ roc 

-1. Dn^ by_ 

you Ilka whatyou sat 
call for ac^. to view. MLS. 

GALECHRISTENSON 
477-0191 477-7047 

477-0191 ROB FRASER 479-1062 

NEW HOME 
WITH 

IN-LAWSUITE 

Brand new 2-badroom honM In 
Glanford araa, plus one^bad- 
roqmjivlaw suite. Exceptlonellv 
well^ilt hc^ feetwino extre 
Insulation, thi«mo windows, hot 
water gating system. Quick 
posieulon. Nm MLS. For ap¬ 
pointment to view call: 

_ GALECHRISTENSON 
477-0191 477-7047 

LARGE LOT 
SIDNEY 

4-bedroom home In quiet loc8 
tion. 3 bathrooms, sundeck off 

JIM DONNELLY 
4774191 477-8855 


FOR SALE 


Royal Trust 

4n-oifi 


EXECUTIVE 
GIVEAWAY 
3000 8 1500sq.ft. 

$107,000 

FIve-foot-wlde entrance hell, 
^'••♦wres brick 
neettlator well In living room. 4 
fro wns, three plus baths, 
fliree decks. Locatod on thepan- 
Wallace 

Drive, ttwother sideof Durrence 
Provincial Park. It Is a give 
away due to circumstances. Cell 

_VIVIAN ROBERTS 

4774191 477-0281 

THE NATURALLOOK 

Blend mellow tones of wood, fab¬ 
ric end glass and you've g^ a 
ireclous environment that says 
"Wgicqme" once you open the 
door of this new Broadmeed 
lK)me. On the flat tucked private¬ 
ly ewev et the end of e smell 
cul-de-sac. Dramatic living 
room wito high cedar celL 
ng end impresslye floorto cell¬ 
ing rode fireplece. Cosy family 
room off kitchen. Double ge¬ 
rege. Liiun^ end powder room 
on mein. 4 bedrooms up. Exclt- 
w-lced at 

DISTINCTIVELY 

UNIQUE 

with avery attantlon paid to d8 
tall. 3 spacious badrooms, excel¬ 
lent famllv room off sii^ gour- 
mat sizad kitchanViharmo 
windows. 2x6 oonsinictlon, ga- 
ragtpluscarport. If vou'relook- 
Ing for vestardavs wallty In to¬ 
days home on a flat sunny 
Broadmeed lot, cell now. Df- 


RST, 


OFFERSON 
$105,000 

Greet 8bclrm famllv home, 4th 
bdrm In bsmt with FP In fanv 
lly room. Master ensulte. Large 
covered sundedt off kitchen, 
plus sundz^ In very private, 
secludyd backyard. Treed, 
fen<^, lots of extreperking with 
^Me carport on 80x1^ lot. 
Quick possession. 

LO^ CLARK, 658-5339 or 


5ACRES 

Lovely level land, '/> fully 
fenced. 4 blooms plus. Im- 
ntaculete full basement stucco 
home oomprisad of living rm, 
dining rm. A beautiful compact 
kitchen with oodles of cup¬ 
boards, deluxe Jenn-AIr range. 
Downstairs, office, extre bed- 
roonv.bethroom. Outbuildings 
ere chicken house, sturdy 50)35 
p^loned bem tor cows, pigs, 
etc. Price $105^. 
MARGARETJOHNSTON, 

GORDON HEAD 
Family home ctose to the unl- 
vorslty In an tree of similar 
propM^. 3 BRS plus 1 down. 
Priced at $95,000. Exclusive 
with: 

H^L CAMPBELL. 5983594, 
388807Spgr. 1260 or 3888001. 

55ACRES 
8-MILE ZONE 
Comprised of seclusion and pri¬ 
vacy. C^eek end waterfells on 
property. Asking $3,400 per 
acre. 

PETER TER VEER, 479-1588; 
AL MATTED. 477-5120 or 


SPECTACULAR TUDOR 

Ex(Wflooel throughout with 
solid adzed beams to reflect the 
cosiness of this 2-bedroom 
beauty In perk-llke setting In 
beeutitol Broedmeea Laundry 
end den on n>eln. bedrooms slt- 
^ rooni end studio up. Under- 
deyetaped baMnvmf. ^11 to see 
^ epm'ecleto th^ls one owner 
Iwmelnet's reeved ender lov- 
Irmcere. Exclu^veet $149,500. 

THINKING ABOUT 
MOVING TO VICTORIA? 

Drop US a line and we'll be 

No Obllgetlon. “The McGre¬ 
gors", 201-8400 Doubles St., Vic¬ 
toria. B.C. VIZ3L5. 


E 


& Associates Ltd. 

»2A-»460|j^vAve. 


^landlJI 

raBVWOODPl. 

(Off St. Charles from 
Rockland or Fort) 
"New"—over 2700 sq. ft. 

of LUXURIOUS living. TREND- 
setting design^ to offer your 
own family privacy tor 
— •^•DS HOME¬ 
WORK — HOBBIES — REAO- 
ING — MEDITATION and ETC. 
Ho^ oomprisad of MASSIVE 
living room with FLOOR-to- 
CEILING SELECT ROCK 
FIREPLACE. SEPARATE dirv 
Ing room tor FORMAL ENTER- 

ctmgixxia ate —Tn IlnawHht^ 

3J-ARGE, mastar bedroom 
with welk-Tn dreMlng room ptos 
powder room with FULL 

rate from 1^ other two large 

WH:.5!'E°<¥.fT5SV4?oT.« 

WAj^yj-UTILimSTiSihl 


Of EN HOUSE, SUNDAY. FEB. 

wmeb4e9%mort9eoe. 


_ATE SA 

Roy el, 3 b edroom bungalow, 11^ 
Ingroom wt^th firepleoe. dining 
room, nice kltdwn. weH-taweTl 
ca^^ng In all rooms, storage 
room, AiKy nicety treid lot, 
f^j^ce 867,900. Telephone 

Z RESIDENTIAL AREA 

Femljv room off kitetwn, D.R., 
a nd term el„L.R., laundry mi 

victoria Pras$Box845._ 

LANSOO^^ SLOPE 

1936FQr'^STER 
OPEN HOUSE SAT & SUN, 1-3 
Character home, extensively 
refwvated Inside, 2 bedrooms 
mein, 1 b^oom basement. No 
agents. 477-3317. 


2SI mnamtui 



D.F.H. Real Estate Ltd. 

168e McKCNZK AVE. 

OPEN HOUSE 
SAT. 2-4 

4560VantreightDr. 

TMs is e beautiful home located 
on e quiet orl-de-sec with ma¬ 
ture trees ell around you end not 

tures 3 bedrms, e large, formal- 

Lfl. Eqr •nfertalnina you have 
an EngHsh-style saloon AND if 
you like fruit trees, there ere 4 
APPLE TREES, 1 pear tree and 
a peach trea. $128,500. MLS. To 
vlaw, call 

GARY PEDDLE 
477-7291 388807S (Pgr. 223) 


SATURDAY, 1:308 

$129,000 


Come and vlaw this 8bdrm, 2049 
sq. ft. home with attractlva 
24'5"x16' antartalnn>ent-slzed 
living room. Nice kltdim 
adjoining attractlva private 
patio. 3 Bathrms, sai^ato laun¬ 
dry rm. To top It off, a warm 
attra^va 24'Fxir3" den with 
oak brick iiMtiMor fireplace 
with adlolnino offloe. Greet lot 


_adlolnino 

with undarr- 
svstam. 


Nolnino offloe. 
tndarground j 
I. ExenisIveTitt 


sprinkling 


477-7291 3888075 (Pgr. 1189) 

JO-ANNEWRIGtfr 
477-7291 3844075 (Pgr. 1635) 

OPEN HOUSE 
SAT.,1:3(M 
2294AAALAVIEW 
Sidney 

8year-ol(l 34drm home all on 
one floorrutlllfv rm off kitchen. 
Firepleoe In living rm. $63,500. 
er hurry on this one. homes 
nwvlng fast In this price 


MiSe NEWMAN6S28105 (Res.) 
GARY DAVIS 3888075 (234) 
or 477-7291 Anytime 

0PENJ10USE 
Sat. and Sun., 2-4 
25-840 Craigf lower 
$44,500 

Step into this Immeculete, well- 
deooreted, 2-storev condo end 
feel et honw Instantly. You'll 
eppreciete the storage space, 
the IVi be^ the 3 bdrnw. the 
very ettredfW L-shepedTivIng 
and dining araa. Washar, dryar, 
stove, fridge end drapes ere In¬ 
cluded end there's assumable 
financingtor you at a low Intar- 
ast rate. Sae It now. Owner must 
sell. The^prlce Is realistic. Ex¬ 
clusive with 

LILLIAN WILSON 
477-7291 3888075 (Pgr. 979) 

ADMIRALS 
NEARLYNEW 
3BR-$63,900 
Quick Possession 

immeculete end attrectlvely- 
deslgned home on two levdis. 
AAaIn noor has sunken LR with 
ecom firepiece end petto off; 
OR withbri^-tlledfloor; conve¬ 
nient U-sheped kitchen with 
dishwasher; empto storage 
room and 2-pce. bethrm. Up- 
^elrs, the halfway tomu ej»e- 
le^^oyerookfng the LR and (>R, 
with the 3 bedrms, e 4-pce. 
brtl^. end laundry opening off 
It. A first mtge. of approx. 
$46^. et 11!^ per annum at 
UnM per month, prindpel and 
•nterast may ba assumad by 
qu^lflad purchasar. ACT NOW 
on this exclusiva listing. 

PAT VICKERY 

477-7291 3888075 (Pgr. 1104) 

Hurry! 

Only $57,500 
Glen Lake Area 
3 Bdrms. Plus Den 

Bring your family to a country 
setting In the cityl Cozy new 
bungalow wtth carport Isonly 
years old. Tarraced lot could be 
beautiMlv landscaped. Located 
on a quiat cuMto-sac only ont lot 
away from a batch accass. 
Largs, low intertsf mortgaga 
may Dt assumad. MLS. Call 
VIVIAN PELTON 
477-7291 3888075 (Pgr. 139) 

DUPLEX 

— B aautiful watar and park 

—3 Bdrms. each side 
—Cl^ to goW. perk, schools. 

sh^ngandbus 
--Asklnpd9,900. Cell 

TJRICIA PARKER or 
MICHAELKENNAUGH 
477-7291 AnWIme 

$49,900 

Back on Market and 
Reduced in Price 

5 MIN. WALK TO BRENT¬ 
WOOD. This COTTAGE has e 
EMY^REFREE LOT, 
42x110. 5 Bdrms 

and a LARGE C^^UNTRY- 
STYIJ KITOtEN. Tha STOVE. 

DRYER are In- 
ctuM in the sale price. To view, 
call 

1-BR BUNGALOW 

on a quiet street between Gorge 
Burnside, you will find this 
Immeculete little home. Why 
rent or purchase e condominium 
when you can gar^ picfc peers 

ly on this comfortable home. 
^S. Asking $42,900. Bring your 
oftor. Owner trenstorred. 

OAK BAY 

SOUTH 

OAK My This Immaculato 3- 
BDRM^ngelow Is reedy to 

_AOELLA DAVIS 

$49,900 

Picturesque 2-BORM rancher on 
lot with 
gOUBLESEPARATE GA- 
value now and the 
VENDOR will consider ALL 
OFFERS. MLS. Phone now. 
^««,^?®LLA DAVIS 
477-7291 (Buy 477-1831 (Res.) 
or388M7S(Pgr.11S9) 

NEW EXCLUSIVE 
CEDAR HILL 
GOLFCOURSE AREA 
$69,900 

Conyenlei^ toceted on e quiet 
deadind straeTthls 2* l bSm, 
full tesen>ant homt has a king- 
sizad yard tor gai^ antt^ 
asts. Assumabla 1st mtga of 
a»rox. $50,000 at 12% at 
opprox., dua 
July 1^81. Thare's mora to tell 
about tWs one! Phone now tor 
full details. 

_DONNA HUGHES ^ 

477-7291 3888075 (Pgr. 11^4) 


2SI MUSESFORSAU 


BLOCK 
[^BROS. 


VI ■ on ■ 

w" a unique 2W beth- 
r that offers superb 
• oc e an, mountains 


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CATALOGUE 

OPEN HOUSE 
$94,500 

3983BRAEFOOT 
SAT. and SUN. 2-4 
Super, 3-yeer-gld, Immaculate, 
family homa witn wastem expo- 
sura. Close to ell school levels 
and all amanitits. There ere 4 
bedrooms end 3 bathrooms. Dln- 
ng room separated by lovelv. 
leadeo^lass door. Rec room 
with firepiece. Good assumable 
mortgage et 10%. Please con¬ 
tact: 

598-2976 RuthAshurst 477-1841 
Block Bros. Realty Ltd 

SOUTH OAK BAY 
GLORIOUS VIEWS 

At tha and of a cul-de-sac on a 
''prlvatalana"auni< 
room home f 

vltws of tha . 

and South Bay. The use of 
wood has baan axtensive in reno¬ 
vating to combina the “new with 
the old,~‘ and It ms been done 
very devarly with delightful re¬ 
sults. The formal living room 
with stone firepleoe, the sepa¬ 
rate dining room (bom with pic¬ 
ture windows and vtow) and the 
^ tofm the o^ pert of the 
home. In the extremely ettrec- 
tlve “open" kitchen end edlolrv 
ing fertoly room with Franklin 
stove, the use of wood Is nwst 
ipCMrent, end also on the second 
flw In the 3 bedrooms which 
also have addltionel buitt-ln fee- 
tor«* and ^ylicdds that make 
the bright horn e^ briber. 
The bdsement Is fuilwlth^ive- 
In garage. There Is a graanhouse 
and a “rotary gardan." A truly 
oHglnal homa. EXCLUSIVE. 
Offers on $155/100. 

SHELAGH HALL 
477-1M1 592-2723 

Office (24 hrs.) Residence 

OAK BAY 
LANSDOWNE 

flw “high side" of Lansdowne 
R oad b etween. Foul Bey and 
WastdowM, a 2S-year-o!<t 8bad- 
rgqm mldm. Main floor con¬ 
sists of living room )etth tllad 
fireplace and picture window, 
smrete^nlng room with pic- 

chm with dining area and ad- 
lolnlng laundry room, 3 
bedrooms (or 2 ♦ den), 5^ece 
bathroom. In the full high base¬ 
ment is e family room, the 4th 
bedroom end 3-plke bathroom. 
There is welt-to-v^l carpeting 
end also l^rdwood floors 
throughout. The garden is lovelv 
with e petto, lawns, trees and 

TH, I5 «t- 

\ house. A gracious 


EXCLUSIVE. $129,000. 
i..,^^lagh hall 

477-1841 592-2723 

Office (24hrs.) Residue 


SELWYN ESTATES 
PANORAMIC VIEWS 

High on a hill over an acre of 
wooded land with magnificent 
vlew^ an architecturally de¬ 
signed custom built home. 2 bed¬ 
rooms, llvingrqpm, family room 
jnd 4^eoe bathroom on main 
floor. (^ the lowtr level a 3H»iece 
bathroom and a very large 
room. Ideal as recreation room. 
oroojM easilyba oonvarted Into 
2 bedTMms. There ere skylights 
in t^ dining room, kitchen and 
"'•In bathroom. 2 sundecks, 
dou^ A contemporary 

end verMtlle home designed for 
easy living. Offers on $99,700. 

.«...,s><^laghhall 

477-1841 592-2723 

Office (24 hrs.) Residence 

LINDEN FAIRFIELD 

Tu^ character revenue prop- 


guest house. 12 _ _ 

bethrqpm^ 2 dining rooms — 
20x14.2 living room, 4 firepleoes 
andsepareto suite tor owner end 
lane to parking area. Com¬ 
ply fumlsf^) ovar 5040 sq. 
ft. Tha proparty has great poteo- 
txcallant revenue. 
Offers on $179,900. 

RT, SHELAGH HALL 
477-1841 592-2723 

Office (24hrs.) Resi(teb£e 

McLUREST.— 
FAIRFIELD 
MULTIPLE 
DWELLINGS 
At the end of a cul-de-sac In an 
txcellant area of Fairfield, close 
to ell amenities, e tour-plex and 
a duplax. Four^x has all self- 
contained 1-bedroom suites, the 
Ajptox h« 2-2 bedroom suites, 
both living rooms have flre- 
pleces, full besentents end ge- 
reges. The propei^ ere belM 
«oto 89 A There Is 

^^plidweltlngs. Offeredet 

' SHELAGH HALL 
477-1841 592-2723 

Office (24 hrs.) Residence 

OPEN HOUSE 
SAT. AND SUN. 2^ P.M. 
648VANALMAN 
family honte In a lovelv 
identlel area. 3 bedrooms on 
the n»aln. Rec. room with fire¬ 
place end 2 more bedrooms 
down. the gardener in the 
fenHIv there Is a greanhouse, 
fishpond and tots or roses. Of¬ 
fered et$74/)00. 

_ , Joyce AAacOonald 
477-1841 Res. HHftTH 

Office EricCardy Res. 4794156 

OPEN HOUSE 
SUN.M 

1211AAARCH ANT 

Oreen/^ys of winter get v 


Good 1 
residef 


Dreary days of winter get you 
down? Dregming of a vegetaible 
gardm and lazino on your own 
patio? Love to wand vw sum- 
njfr tyen^ fiiNno? Then see 
t hlf Br entwood Bay rancher. 3 
bedrooms, rock firepiece In liv- 
tog^room. Petto end utllK 


evenings 

sx . 

. - _ -J and utility off 

vjpgjblas •n^Jptop^ off • 

^2W OawnStoela 477-1841 
Residing Office 

Block Bros. Realty Ltd. 


FINE FAMILY HOME 
Sjtuetad on e quiet out de sec, 
close to school, this well^ein- 
telr»^ home with fully-tonced 
beck yard has 5 badroom s and a 
large kitchen with lots of cup¬ 
boards, built-in dishwasher and 
separata dInIno room. 

^841 Linda Tomal 477-0873 
Offloe Residence 

LOG HOME 
COUNTRY HAVEN 
Superbly constructed and spa¬ 
cious tog homa on delightful pri¬ 
vate^ acre country property. 
Pegged oak ftoorirtg inentorteln- 
ment-slze living end dining 
rooms. Massive^ feature well 
rq^ fireplace. Dream kitchen 
vdth built-in bertMique. geitxire- 
tor. Basement has large rec 
room with pool table Included. 
Large cleared area tor garden¬ 
ing or grazing. $139,000. 

PGR •760 Office 

WATERFRONT 
TWO HOMES 
LANGFORD LAKE 

Two homes — one 4 bedroom 
larger In need of tome T.L.C., 
redecorated 
..lied. Both have full 
„ erxl both have lovely 

-loverthelake. 

Lovely weterfrent wtth western 
exposure. $87/)00. Exclusive. 

Dave Vogelgesang 
388-5464 477-1841 

PGR •760 Office 


C-11 

». Musismuu 


BLOCK 

^BROS. 


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BESTSELLERS 
CATALOGUE 

NEW LISTING 
WISHARTAREA 

Well-maintained, 3-bedroom, 
fernlly byngelow on large ptoev 
ant lot. Delightful rec 
roor^oemes nom with feature 
well fireplace, built-in bar. 

Lovelv, I-- ‘ ■ ■ 

ing beck. 


large sundack c,,., 

''i w*cktop perk¬ 


ing areai.SM.SOO, 
De>^ooa 


PGR 0760 Office 

TI^EES, PRIVATE 
BABBLING BROOK 

... - bedrooms 

- _.fv^S 

room, finished Rec room, 2 flre- 
pleces, 2 sundicks. Oelightfullv 
con- 


2 sundicks. Delight 
qj^ and private sup^ 
struetton. $84,900 exclude. 
Dave Vogelgesang 


388-5464 
Paotr •760 


477-1841 
firo 


BEACON HILL PARK 

U)catjto lust 1 block away, this 
beautiful character home offers 
2 or 3 bedrooms, tormel dining 
room, gorgeous kitchen area. 8 
place bathroom. Ensemble ell 

K aced with wall to wall carpet- 
B. 3rd b adroom (or dan. sewing 
room) end utilities locet«to 
downstairs. New roof, wiring 
end plumbing. Lots of storage 
area plus a taper ate oerege. ^1 
this situated on a large lot. 
Offers to $65,900. 


477-184) Kevin Wensley 
Office R( 


4774409 

lesidence 


SHAWNIGAN LAKE 
WATERFRONT 
Beautifully designed, 3-4 bed¬ 
rooms. Large kitchen highlight¬ 
ed by extensive woodwork on 
excellent views from living room 
and uniqualy deslgnad badroom 
leading out to sun porch. to 
wall carpet, den with office 
space, dining room, full 8plece 
bath ertsemble. plus ample stor¬ 
age area. 1 bedroom rental suite 
on second floor with private en¬ 
trance features living room with 
acorn fireplace, dining area, kit¬ 
chen and full bathroom, spac- 
tacular vtaws from large sun- 
deck. Situated one 6/)00 -f sq.ft, 
lot. This Is the ideal sunr>mer 
retreat (rent It out during winter 
months) or ell season waterfront 
home. For e private viewing 
call; 

477-4489 Kevin Wensley 477-1141 
Residence Business 

OPEN HOUSE 
SAT. 2^ 

302-525 BROUGHTON 

Downtown Condo In Harbour 
Court. Southern exposure with 
private patio garden. 2 bed¬ 
rooms, 1 bathroom. Close to 
shopping, squash, end the limer 
harbour. Conse to view. 

477-1841 JEFF BUZIAK 652-1985 
Business Residence 

GETTHATCOUNTRY 
FEELING 

Phone me for details on this 
superb rancher In ^trel Saan¬ 
ich. Presentty under construc¬ 
tion. Extensive use of cedar in¬ 
side and out. 3 bedrooms, dining 
room, living room, laundry room 
and doubla oarage on corner lot. 
Immediate possession. $87,500. 
477-1841 JE^ BUZIAK 652-1985 
Business Residence 

SHAWN IGAN LAKE 
LOTS 


Two tots i 


«. V» acre each 


treed and c&seto water. Open to 
offers on $22,a)0. 

477-4489 KevInWensley 477-1141 
Residence_Office 




741 HAMPSHIRE 
OPEN HOUSE 
FRI.&SAT. 

1-4 P.M. 

3 Bedrooms 
2Ba1tis 

$98,500 

Bright and cheeful 
Just listed - Be quick!! 
Exclusive with 

RAYSMITH 

3«4.«001 (24 hrs) 

Royal Trust 

\i!/WHITT 0 MElS 

OPEN HOUSE 
SAT.1:3(M 

5008 Georoia Park Tee. 

Seavlews and privacy with a 3 
toaturas as: 
oak flqorsTn LR and DR, sepa¬ 
rate DR over 14x11, kitchen with 
room 

with F^lge. workshop, one stw 
entry from dbl. carport. Su& 
stantlal mort. avallabla from 
owner. A good buy at $143,500. 


479-1667 Wilfred Davit 6588084 

VIEW PROPERTY 

But Older cottepe-style home 
with recent KMtton. Located on 
ap^e of south sloping property 
—^ home has 4 bediims., )'/2 
baths. In-line iivlng/dinirw end 
fernlly room. Fruit end nuf hrees 

479-1667 Doug Relfe 479-5761 

Canada Wide Executive 
Retocetion Service 

OTENHOi 
aimflipii, 
931 OKE RD. 

to 
Ire 

•4 

>St .. 

living 


. Large IK.... 
rai stone flre- 


Brentwood Bay. 
room with natural 
piece, large dinlM room with 
Family room 
ON kitchen, utility room on n»aln 
flpqr plus tots of devektoment In 
full basement Including 2nd 

Anne Howard 
652-3206 477-1841 

Block Bros. Realty 
Ltd. 

OAK BAY BORDER 
857,500 

Retire In this two bedroom cot- 
on e large tot on a quiet 
»froet andmiov the convenience 


Ar'^^^NDY"CRAWFORD 
388-6454 477-1561 

Realspan Prcx>ertles Ltd. 


































































































































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2S0 NOUSESFMSIU 


990 FORT ST. 381-2233 

OCEAN CITY REALTY 


OPEN HOUSE 
1930MAYFAIR DR. 
SAT.-SUN.2-4P.M. 
^ $118,000.00 
All th«t you will want In « 
well bollt home In Immaculate 
condition. 2 full baths, 3 bed¬ 
rooms. Fully developed base¬ 
ment den. 

477^111 PAT FORBES 381-2233 

OPEN HOUSE 
SATURDAY 2:00-4:00 
P.M. 

531 BUNKER RD. 
(OFFWISHART) 

CONTEMPORARY 
SPLIT LEVEL 
ONLY 189,900 

6 nxinths old, over 1,400 sq. ft. of 
finished area, 3 bdrms, rec 
room, laroe eating area oil kit¬ 
chen, bullt-ln dishwasher, heat- 
llator F.P., extra Insulation. For 
prior viewing call now. 
GARYWHITELEY 

381-2233 (24 hrs.) 

OCEAN CITY REALTY LTD. 

OPEN HOUSE 
SAT., FEB. 23—2-4:30 
SUN., FEB. 24—2-4:30 
5051 SOOKE RD. 

21/2-AC RE 
RETREAT 

Private stream, custom built, 
large, beautiful, 2-yr.-old home. 
All thermopane — combination 
oil and wood furnace. 3 bath¬ 
rooms, family room — large, 
well-set-up ¥w>rkshop. Room for 
a horse or tvw — 16 miles from 
Victoria—1149,000. 

_ J. J. (JACK) WILLIAMS 
479-1163 381-2233 


OPEN HOUSE 
SUN.,FEB.24 2^P.M. 
4052 EBONY PLACE 

3000 so. ft. of elegance nestled 
against a background of natural 
parkland In one of the most de¬ 
sirable areas In (Gordon Head. 
An executive's residence for 
1193,000.00. 

RUTH WILLIAMS 479-1163 

OPEN HOUSE 
SAT. 3-5:00 
SUN. 2-4:00 
1879ALLENBY 
$74,500 

OAK BAY BORDER 

Must sell quickly as owners have 
bought!! Lovely, 2-bedroom, 
tull-basement, stucco bungalow 
on a super, fully-fenced lot. SciM- 
rate eating area, gleaming hard¬ 
wood floors throughout, and 
sparkling clean. Heavy-duty 
wiring, well-insulated, drive-in 
garage. Call quickly for a pre¬ 
view this will sell quickly!!! 
Diane 381-2233 or 388-6275 Pager 

$131,000.00 

Mediterranean beauty. Water- 
views. 3 vears old. XOO sq. ft. 
finished area. Two kltcf^s — 3 
baths. Impressive fover. Exclu¬ 
sive view with; 

PAT FORBES 381-2233 477-4118 



Think ing of nice accommodation 
for Mom and Dad? Consider this 
lovely home of 3 bedrooms locat¬ 
ed within walking distance of 
shopping and near schools. The 
2 bedroom, in-law suite is really 
super (best I've seen in years) 
will give Inlaws a feeling of 
warmth, comfort and well¬ 
being. 

STEPHEN SALAGA 381-2233 


No ^tep [Mny 

Lovely new home of 1600 sq.ft, of 
3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, large 
living room with vaulted celling, 
lovely stonework, family and 
dining off nice kitchen. Large 
panhandle lot ensures quiet se¬ 
clusion. $92,500 MLS. 

STEPHEN SALAGA 381-2233 


OFFERS 
INVITED 
NO STEP LIVING 
$49,900 

Lovely, fenced lot with separate 
garage Included In this older 
home of 2 bedrooms, separate 
dining room, living room with 
new carpeting, large kitchen 
with pantry and utility off. Close 
to beach, shopping, tennis 
courts. 

STEVE SALAGA 381-2233 

NEW LISTING$92,500 
New roomy rancher by Gordon 
Head rec. centre. Stone FP in 
LR, warm Franklin In Family 
room. 3 BR, laundry andkitchen. 
All on one floor. Oversize oarage 
attached. To view call. 

381 2233 Roy Dunbar 592-1650 

3BEDROOMS 
$51,900 

With little or even no money 
down, you and your family may 
live In your own 3 bedroom semi¬ 
detached home in Colwood. Sate 
cul-de-sac. LR with FP Good 
mortgage available. Don't miss 
It; call right now: 

474-2703 ROB ANGUS 381-2233 

NEARLY NEW 
$76,900 

A family home you can be proud 
of. 3 large bedrooms, master 
with 3 pee. ensulte, super old 
brick fireplace in L.R., large 
sundeck, full basement with flue 
for woodburner. Thermogiass 
throughout. On an extra large lot 
with plenty of parking. Large 
'•Open" Mortgage Is assumable; 
5 year HUOAC warranty. Call 
today: 

474 2703 Rob Angus 381-2233 

GORDON HEAD 
CULDE SAC 
TREEDAREA 

Honestly the cleanest, nicest 
home available In this area. 
House going up near by, priced 
well over this mid $90, home. 3 
good-sized bedrooms, full high 
basement, with family room, 
^ a possible rec. room. This 
better-than-new home most be 

CLUSIVE listing. 381-2233 or 


GLANFORDAREA 

Brand spanking new!!! Lots of 
room to dtyei» the iu^ base- 
noent. Fantastic different floor 
plan! I Separate formal dining 
room, big family kitchen with 
double F.P. Priced In the $90's. 
Don't hesitate! Call DIANE 

STRATA DUPLEX 
$55,900 

Payments of $381 per noonth and 
an assumable $43,000 mortgage 
at i0'/4% due In 1983 makes this 
3-bdrm strata unit an excHImt 
buy on todays market! (Juiet, 
tr^ cul-de-sac near Colwood 
golf course. Call BARBARA or 
SHIRLEY 381-2233 (24 Hrs.). 


2S< HOUSESFNSUf 


990 FORT ST. 381-2233 

OCEAN CITY REALTY 


STARTEROR 
INVESTMENT 
$37,900.00 

You probably won't see these 
prices again. One-bedroom bun- 

K low, renovated and moderrv- 
!d on comer lot close to new 
Helmcken Hi^ital. Call now! 
GaryWhltelev 381-2233 (24Hrs.) 
OCEAN CITY REALTY LTD. 

Attractively remodelled, 3 bed¬ 
rooms, living and dining room, 
close to town and only $64,900. 
Call 

Ruth Williams 479-1163,381-2233 
OCEAN CITY REALTY LTD. 

FEEDTHE DUCKS 
COBBLE HILL 
Beautiful, secluded acre of 
lawns, trees and creek. Excel¬ 
lent retirement, of, live In the 
cosy 2 bdrm mobile while you 
^Md^your new home. $46,1)00. 

GORGEAREA 
3 BEDROOM PLUS 
LOVELY IN-LAW 

2 car prt plus-enclosad sap. ga- 
racw. 88x102 ft. lot. House pres¬ 
ently rented $350 P.M. Win be 
vacant March 1st. All maior ap¬ 
pliances stay — 2 fridges, 2 
ranges, automaflc washer and 
^ver. All nearly new condition. 
This spacious home has hot 
water heating heayy wiring. It's 
a must see. Situated close to new 
major development, to view with 
at least 2 hours notice call LEN 
LEDOUX 381-2233,382-9852. 

1 ACRE SOOKE 

Backing on to Sooke River, older 
3 BR home on nice acreage. Ask- 
Ing $45,000. Exclusive wim 
598-3105 BENGREIG 381-2233 
477-8522 ALEXTAIT 381-2233 

JUST LISTED 
3 b^m modern home completely 
finished professionally up and 
clovm with good quality carpet¬ 
ing throughout. Large large 
rumpus rm, utility rm. New roof, 
new gutters, new carpHs. Bullt- 
n dishwasher and air-condltion- 
h>g,^rge fenced lot. Offered at 

TARABHALLA 

3M-8879 381-2233 

DO YOU WANT 

To move up in the world 

To be free from content repairs 

To live In a nice area 

To be near schools, churches, 

etc. 

To be near recreation and shop- 
plng 

To see your equity grow 
To see money on heating costs 
To be independent 

If the answer is yes to any of the 
above questions then you must 
see the properties listed below 
today. 

1. A 3 bdrm with custom de¬ 
signed Interior and that large 
special family room off the kit¬ 
chen In a semi-rural setting, 
some watervlews. Price $116,000 
-Call WALLY KING. 

2 A beautiful, fully developed, 3 
bdrm bungalow on a quiet cul- 
^sac vet so close to all ameni¬ 
ties you won't believe it possible. 
Only $97,000Call WALLY KING. 

3. How about uniqueness and 
dece^lon. Thats ¥^at this In¬ 
credible 3 bdrm, 2 storey home 
has to offer. A deceive dull 
exterior with a fantastic In- 
terlor Sample the kitchen with 
clay tile floors, or the small cozy 
sunken living room, or the large 
almost % acre lot nestled among 
new homes of similar quality. To 
see this rarity and confirm the 
price, only $119,000 Call WALLY 
KING now 

4. What about the Uplands of the 
Glanford area. Wouldn't you feel 
proud to have your family and 
friends visit you In this sparkling 
new, 3 bdrm home thathas such 
ex^as roughed In as Intercom 
and vacuum system, separate 
formal dining room, etc. Sure 
you would! And its only $95,000. 
Hur^ Call WALLY KING now! 

5. If you prefer picking your 
colors, fixtures, styles, wc. and 
you need lots of room. 4 bdrms. 
•hd you want top quality con¬ 
struction then hurry and all on 
•ff)ls^fw>ge home thats almost In 
the finishing stages. Only $117,- 
000. WALLY KING. 

6. If you want to be independent 
^ need a residence but can't 
a«ord to buy both, then consider 
this fast food take out business 
(easy to learn) and nice 3 bdrm 
residence priced at $77,900. 
Check with WALLY KING for 
Info. 

7. P.S. If you have a home or 
property to sell first. I would be 
happy to give you an estimate of 
value without any obligation. 
WALLY KING. 

$64,900 

Gas shortages will not worry you 
in this close to town area. 3 BR 
up, lovely living room and DR 
No basement home Needs some 
f IXI ng but very 11 veable. 

477-4118 PAT FORBES 381-2233 

$45,900 

RETIREDOR STARTING OUT. 
HERE IS AN AFFORDABLE 
HOME. WHY BUY A CONDO 
WHEN THIS ONE OFFERS SO 
MUCH. ONE BEDROOM 17 F^ 
LIVING ROOM. 10x12 KIT- 

pantry off. 

ALL NEW WIRING AND CAR 
PETS. 50x110 CORNER LOT 
ALONE WORTH 35,000. CALL 
L5Jl,J“EDOUX 381-2233. 

382-9852. 

VACANT—VACANT 

Move right In! 3 bedrooms, dln- 
•»>9^9a, full high basement. 
Short, no-through-street. Terms 
arranged at 65,000. Offers? 
H.BITTERMAN 381-2233 


SWINERTON’8 



REALTY WORLD® 
Open House 

SAT.&SUN.1:3(^4 
550 PARRY ROAD 

Off William Head Rd. 

METCHOSIN 2.4 ACRES 

Just listed — immaculate mod¬ 
ern family home on 2.4 arable 
fen^ rolling acres. 3 BR's, 2 
baths, super develi ^ " 


ment. 2-car garage plus sepa¬ 
rate 2-BR home. Barn. Owner 
leaving — new reduced price. 
$144,900. ML #44921. Please 
call: 

SUSAN or JACK BETTS 
477-4042 or Off: 385-2481 

QUALITY HOME 
ON 2ACRES 
7MILE CIRCLE 

Spacious, top-quality home of 
2,647 sq. ft. comprises LR with 
FP, Din Rm., eat-ln kitchen, 3 
good bedrooms, IW baths on 
main floor PLUS 3 room and 
bath self-contained suite on 
ground floor level. Extremely 
well-built and planned to VLA 
standards on a nicely secluded 2 
acre lot. ACT QUICKLY ON 
THIS BEAUTY!! ASKING 
$96,000. MLS. 

385-2481 EOJUPP 3867884 

$39,000 

2 bedroom bungalow on large lot 
on very busy street. Cozy LR 
wIthFP. 

DOUG BOWEN 385-2481 

Swinarton, Stewart Clark, Ltd. 
Realty World 

NEAR NEW HOSPITAL 
Large new home 
Lovely location 
Beautiful watervlew 
Quality throughout 
Phone builder 477-8673 


251 NOUSESFORSAU 


If 

FROFCir 


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SERSPRIIV 

■8T1CS LTD / RCAITOB 


1911 QUADRA ST. 3863124 

OPEN SAT., 
1:3(M;00 

4478 EMILY CARR 

and thought given to traffic flow 
and easy maintenance. 4 bdrms, 
3 bathrooms, rec and family 
rhtj'folly fenced rear garden. 
$142,000. 

THE ZIEGLERS 
592-1768. or 
384-8075. Por.310 

OFfflSIlI., 

241 

981ABBEYRD. 


LONG, LOW AND 
BEAUTIFUL 

$107,000 

(>^Ox. 1300 Sq. 
FL) 3 bedroom ^NCHER wifh 
aUac^ GARAGE Is loaded 
overy wanted 
EXTRA. The master bedroom, 
dining and living rooms face the 
PRIVATE PARK-LIKE back 
yard with SEA and MOUNTAIN 

^ ^ ^ 
slldifw door off the 3rd bedroom 
(or OEN) brings you to a 
BABBLIN(> brook which winds 
LAZILY through this large 
SECLUDED lot. The Interior Is 
SUPERBLY DECORATED. 
From mirrored double closet 
<toors to grass cloth wallpaper 
. . NOTHING HAS BEEN 
OVERLOOKED!! This meticu 
lous propertv deserves your Im¬ 
mediate attention . . . EXCLU- 
SIVELYwIfh: 

EILEEN MARTIN 
477-7050 

OPtllllOli 

SAT. AND SUN., 
2-4:30 

SEAVIEWHOME 

Approx. 3,000 sq. ft. of LUXURY 
4w 5,l^ms. 3 baths. Fam Room 
off Kifchtn, 2 FP's and MUCH. 
MUCH MORE! I Try vour home 
In Tradel Follow my "OPEN 
HOUSE" signs — Feltham — 
Tyndall — Hlllcrest — HAN¬ 
NAH^ IT'S WELL WORTH A 

RALPH LEVY 721-3346 

or 477-7131 

OPEN SUN., 
1:30-4:00 
935WALFRED 
ROAD 

2 acres of useable property with 
exceptional parking^ recre¬ 
ation vehicles. Huge mature 
trees provide seclusion tor the 
home. 3 stall barn, 1800 sq. ft. 
chicken run and dog kennd, all 
approx. 5 vears old, a true mlni- 
tarm with fully fenced vegetable 
garden or corral, whatever your 
choice. 3 or 4 bdrms. 2 V 2 baths, 2 
fireplace, rec rm with plumbed 
^r, % e^losed double carport. 
Bl-level design. $134,500. 

THE ZIEGLERS 
592-1768 or 
384-8075. Pgr. 310 

SPARKLING 

CHARACTER! 

New on the market and awaiting 
vour approval is this 2 or 3 
^m home In the convenient 
Mayfair area. Tasteful redeco- 
ratlon gives the freshness of a 
brand new hofne while keeping 
traditional floor plan of more 
elegant days. Large fover, 
carved oak FP, and large din¬ 
ing room cocnplete this family 
home. Cell now on this charming 
home. Only $54,900 
3863124 Gerry Martin 477-7050 

EASY TO OWN 

Here Is an opportunity to pur- 
chaM a 4 bdrm home and stop 
waging your rent nsooey. This 
bright home has a fenced yard 
with fruit trees, large modern 
kitchen, with fridge and stove 
and Is close to schools and shop- 
plng. T^ $2.^ down. Call now 
before It's sold. Only $49,900. 
3863124 Gerry Martin 477-7050 

INVEST YOUR 
RENT 

Raise your family In the country. 
This 3-bdrm Townhouse Is avail¬ 
able In Central Saanich. Quiet 
area for parents and lots of 
play area for children. HURRY, 
THI^ON'T LAST. Offered at 

JACK REDMOND 
477-7131 S92-1S40 

DUPLEX 

!? duplex located 
at 867 Cralgflower; RENOVAT¬ 
ED 2 years ago, NEW wiring. 
NEW plumbing, NEW Insulation 
(hoors and (flings), NEW klt- 
gen^upboards. OFFERS on 

JACK REDMOND 592-1540 

or 477 7131 

LOADED WITH 
EXTRAS 

Superior 4 level split home In a 
hne Gordon Head location. This 
home features a great floor plan, 
sunken Living Room with a 
GORGEOUS Marble feature 
flri»lace. Fam Room off the 
LARGE WELL PLANNED KIT¬ 
CHEN. 4 bedrooms, double car 

3 bathrooms. This home 
h FINISHED VERY TASTE¬ 
FULLY both INSIDE and OUT 
and would rnake a fine home for 
thoM who like fo entertain. Very 
rMlIstlc^orlced. For additional 
Informatm please call: 

DONNA BARTON 

or 477-7131 


595-7685 


HIGH QUADRA 
NEW HOME 

Under construction. Quality built 
3 BOR, full basement home sltu- 
ated In excellent location. LR 
with floor to celTing rock F P, scp. 
DR. with sliding glass doorsto 
balcony, kitchen with e/a, 3 pc. 
ensulte and finished heatllatw 
FP down. Still time to choose all 
vour own colors. $93,500. 
DENNI^S FERRILL 477-7121 or 
721-5340. 

BRANDNEW 
Quiet neighbourhood, 2 BDR. LR 
with FP. DR, large kitchen. If 
you act now you can choose 
colors for Interior plus coordin¬ 
ating carpet to be installed 
throughout hon>e. MLS. $72,500. 
DENNIS FERRILL 721-5340 or 
DAV|_SHERAAAN 595-7990. Of¬ 
fice 477-7121. 



“ ncALTon 


437BOLESKINE 
At $55,650—A Good Buy 
A Bad Drive By! 

^«U» It Iw't really small — 
b«$ I.IW M. ft. 3 bedrooms with 
4th In full basement. Living 
room 24x14 ft. with unique nf>ar- 
ble fireplace! Well worth your 
consideration. Courtesy to real- 
Delahunt 

592-9224 or 592-2407. 

^ MARGETTSA<30WER 
OAK BAY PROPERTIESLTD. 


258 HOUUSFMSAU 


SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1980 



702 FORT ST. 382-9191 

BOB HUGHES —MANAGER 

OPEN SAT. 2^ 

745 FRONT ST. 

2 BR'S plus 20 ft. LR, family 
kitchen, well maintained, clean. 

RU'SSFITZSIAAMONS 477-2412 
FRANK BOUSPIELD 382-4968 

PANORAMIC 

VIEWS 

New, two-bedroom home profes¬ 
sionally finished. Family room 
in full bsrnt. Roughad In for guest 
suite, hot water heating. Oak 
Kitchen cabinets, heatllator fir6 
plac^Area of fine homes. Price 
$n,Mi6. Call anytime. 

FRANK SALE 

382-9191 PAGER 738 

GORDON HEAD 

Rec centre convenience. High 
^Ing — open views. Unique, 
3-BR, 2-storev, 2 full bam, oak 
floors,^pp In LR, sap. DR. fam. 
rm. adl. to spacious K. Assum¬ 
able 10% mtg. New ML. $105,000. 
To view call 

HERBMcOANNOLO 
382-9191 384-6768 

WATERFRONT 

A btautiful ppty, 85' waterfront, 
beach, E-Z Boat launch. Spa- 
c!ow^2685 $a. ft. 6BR home. 
(MBR ens) 2 fireplaces, LR, OR, 
den and fam. rm. 1.9 acres, 
15 fruit trees, fenced veg garden. 
Area of marinas and parks with 
salmon, clams and oysters. Ex- 
cellenf value at $149,000. ML. 
View by appt^f with 

HERBMcOANNOLO 
382-9191 384-6768 

5 BR'S PLUS 

Space for the largest family. Bit 
In '7l, extra large thruHoot, nu¬ 
merous spKial features Includ- 
Ino elevator. Over 4200 sq. ft., 5 
BR's, den, rec and games rm., 
large LR and sep DR, 2 fir6 
pla<»s. hotwaterheet. Addn900 
sq. ft., 2-sforeY cone bldg. 2.09 
acres, quiet, treed valley. 30 
mins, from city, ML. $139,()b0. By 
apptmntscall 

ROBERTS BAY 

Area of newer Sidnev hon>es. 
l-yr.-old. 3-BR bungalow, bsmt 
RI for rec mi, 2nd FP, etc. Lov6 
Iv LR with FP, In line DR and 
spacious K. Located at end of 
cul-d6sac, backs Into parkland. 
New ML. $72,900. With assum 
able 10^% mtg. For details and 
viewing call; 

HERBMcDANNOLD 
382-9191 384-6768 

AFFORDABLE 

old, 3 BR's, V /1 
baths, (MBR 2-pce. ens). LR w 
F P, b(f-ln buffet In DR, large K w 
t>kfM area, scp laundry. Only 
$40,000. ML. This energy-saving 
mobile home Is Ideal for young 
family or retired. For detail calf 
HERBMcDANNOLD 
382-9191 384-6768 

THE PE RMANENT 


^INCE 1887^ 

cjlmftctlon, 

1000 Go* I SI 384 8124 


IMMACULATE 
2853MILLSTREAM 
Spotless 5-bdrm family home by 
Royal Colwood Golf Course. 
Fully developed basemenf has 2 
bdrms, rec room. 3 pee. bath and 
large laundry area. The main 
has kitchen with built-in nook, 
beautiful raised hearth FP In 
Hying room, en suite bath. Dou¬ 
ble carport, large sundeck, extra 

Desmond Holmes 478-1227 

Del Williams 385-9855 

Pemberton, Holmes Ltd. 
384-8124 

ROCKLAND 

★ OPEN HOUSE ★ 

SUN., 2-4 
721 ROBLEDA 
OLYMPIC 
MOUNTAIN 
VIEWS 

View this rancher with the idea 
of movlrim in and gradually Im¬ 
proving the decor to vour very 
own taste. Features 2,200 sq ft . of 
versatile living — 2 or 3 BRs. 
large LR. separate DR, cosy 
family room, enclosed sunporch, 
2 baths. Landscaped loT with 
roses buses and 2 hoHv trees. 
Your hostess, Mildred Stapells. 

* OPEN HOUSE ★ 
SAT. AND SUN., 2-4 

903WOODHALL 
180 DEGREE 
VIEWS 

Master craftsman with a Eur6 
pean flair. Skvlighting, heavy 


TORY. EASY-CARE ARTISTIC 
LOT. Features; luxurious car¬ 
peting and exquisite fixtures, 
W" thermopane picture win¬ 
dows, widen oak pandling, 3 
BRs, den, musk room, fdvef 
vHth fountain. 3 baths, 3 FPs, 
double garage, vacu-flow. bur¬ 
glar alarm system. "An Execu- 
flw'iJgream Home." Offered at 
$2094)00. 

Ja^ Park, 384-8075, pager 493. 
Mildred Stapells, 384-807rpager 
506 

PEMBERTON, HOLMES, 


COACH HOUSE 

REALTY LTD. 3(1-S2S5 


COUNTRY 

ELEGANCE 

Situated on W acre, this gracious 
and spacious 3-bedroom home, 
vears old, was oistom 
built with material unobtainable 
today. Dark oak floors In spa¬ 
cious LR and family size dl^ng 
room. Feature heatllator fire¬ 
place In LR crafted in dark wood 
- . ^ - _ 


and tile. French doorsfi 


1 OR 


to rear patio. Large kitchen ac¬ 
centual In brick. Large family 
room, stone HL fireplace with 
random plank oak floor extend¬ 
ing Into games room with w^ 
Large rwr garden le^ 
Itself tor pool or tennis court 
^velopment. This luxurious 
home contains too many axclu- 

$169 {Sf^*"** 

Tom Gardner — Res. 
598-2192. Office 381-5255. 

$56,900 

Newly listed 3-bedroom strata 
duplex In Saanichton. Living 
room, dining room with feature 
firaplace, full basement partial¬ 
ly mveloDtd. Good assumable 
rnprtgage at 11%. For further 
Intormallon, phone; 


Tom Gardner — Res. 
598-2192. Office 381-5255. 


251 HOUSCSFMSAU 


OnhAK. 

~rd. , ,rji 

WESTERN HOMES LTD. 
\:i037 Ckwrdala 3aa-34 »*y 

CORDOVA BAY 
$72,900 

Attractive, character home on a 
gardnar's dream. 3 bedrooms, 2 
paths on 1«/i stories plus a full 
basement. Great familv home. 
AL^N TRELFORO 386-3494 


$58,500 

SAANICH 

NEWLISTING 

Located lust off North Quadra. 3 
bedrooms,^5paclous kltdfien and 
saoara^utmtv room. A nice lot 
with lots of parking, all in a 
dandy neighbourhood. Sorry. 

ment, but there T$ lots of room. 
To view call NEIL R. MACDON¬ 
ALD 3S6M94 (24 hrs.). 


OCEAN VIEWS 

Just stm from the water with 2 
FPs and 2 BORMs this house Is a 
delight to see. Try your otter on 
$58,900. DAVE DOLLMAN 
3863494 (24 hr$.) 


MARIGOLD 

$59,900 

A most desirable 4-BR home 
with attractive landscaping on a 
cul-de-sac. For an appointment 
to view call DAVE DOLLMAN 
3863494 (2 4hrs.) 

HIGHON AHILL 
AAAGICVIEW 
$89,900 

850 ROC KH EIGHTS 

OPEN HOUSE Sat. 2:00 to 4:00 
p.m. Very good 7 yt. old, 3 bed¬ 
room home In desireable Rock- 
heights. Views of all the city and 
Mt. Baker. ML 44574. For prior 
appointments call RICK 
ALLEN,ALLAN TRELFORO 
3863494 (24hrs). . 


0 

Victoria 

Realty 

V 386-3585 y 

Lakehill/Quadra 
4 New Homes 
Open Sat. and Sun. 
1:30-4:30 
$94,500-$96,900 

Ti^ Off Quadra at Ambassador, 
follow signs to Morris Drive, 
then along to Baldwin and Cross- 
>'«ven. Just completed. 3 level 
splits with family room, laun¬ 
dry, and plumbing oft kitchen 
eating area, others have full 
basements planned tor future 
rtevelopmenf, or den or office 
finished with rock fireplaces In 
part basement. All homes have 3 
bedrooms, ensulte plumbing, 
thernxxMne windows, double ga- 
raoM, quality wood kitchen cabi¬ 
nets. Exteriors stucco and wood 
siding. Some with heatllator 
fireplaces and sundecks at rear 
overlookina the Blenkinsop Val¬ 
ley. All lots to be landscaped. 
Quiet cul-de-^ In a treed resl- 
d^lal area. For mort Informa¬ 
tion please call Ooug Munro 
3863^, res. 477-0718. 

Country Beauty 
Saanichton 
7710 Wallace Dr. 

Lovely family home with 1800 sq. 
ft. finished. 4 bedrooms, two hill 
baths, excellent llving/dining 
room with glass doors to fenced 
back yard. Asking $74,900 with 
10V4% mtge. Please call Ooug or 
Don Monro, 3863585,477-0718. 

West toast 
tontempofaiy 

10720 Derrick 
Open House Sun. 
I:30to4:00 

Enlov peaceful country 
living In this exception¬ 
ally well built home only 4 
vears old and approx. 2400 
sq. ft. The floor plan is 
practical with 3 bdrms up, 
2 down, plus 2 baths. The 
more interesting features 
include: 

-bullt-ln vacuum system 
—Jacuzzi bath 
—skylights In the entry, 
kitchen and master BR 
—sunken living rm, and 
family rm. 

—Jenn Air range, oak 
cabinets 

—Thermopane windows, 
200 amp wiring 
—roughed In sauna 
—’/iacre lot 

Please come to view for 
yourself or call for person¬ 
al appt. $128,500 

Leslee Farrell, 
592-7246, or 388-5464, 
Pgr. 665 

Seaspray Properties Ltd. 
595-3151 • _ 

OPEN HOUSE 

SAT.1:3CM:00P.M. 
864WALFREDRD. 
TRIANGLE MOUNTAIN 

F•mlly's all marriad house Is too 
Wo 1$ w reason the owners re- 
lu^ently otter their tine five 
bedropm home tor sale. Located 
on Triangle AAounteIn, on a two 
acre sunny lot with views of Juan 
De Fuca, mis Irgt home has 1,590 
ft. on each floor. Features 
Include large modem kitchen, 
two liviiM rooms with super fire¬ 
places, tfiree bathrooms, and a 
undeveloped area 20x12 suitable 
for a games room. See It Setur- 
<My a^ make en otter on $110,- 
000 list price. 

A,''^NDY" CRAWFORD 
388-6454 477-1561 

REALSPAN PROPERTIES 
LTD. 


BLOCK 

[^BROS. 


See Our Weekly 
BESTSELLERS 
CATALOGUE 

OPEN HOUSE 

1015 WInway, Brentwood, Sun- 
^v 1:30-4:36 p.m. Custom built 
tor present owner. Price $86,500. 

PIERRE BERUBE 
478-5561 (off) 388-6275 

pager #2764 


ai WMBWMU 

JACK MEARS 
OAK BAY REALTY LTD. 



2194 OAK BAV 


Where Trust Is 
The Basis Of All Business ■ 

OPEN HOUSE 
SATURDAY--1;3(M 
3518 CALUMET 

Solid end cozv, two 
bedroomed home open tor 
vour Inspection. Good 
plumbing and wiring, nice 
level sunny lot, fruit trees 
end dose to bus and shop- 
plno. See you then. BAR¬ 
BARA BOlLi at 598-3321. 

LEGAL DUPLEX 
ESQUIMALT 

If you are In the market tor a 
4 bedroom home In the mid 
sixties and want help with 
the pevmenH. Considw this 
solid InvestnYent. Cell RON 
KLI« at 38^7 (res) or 
598-3321 (bus). 

NEW LISTING- 
OAK BAY 
WILLOWS AREA 

OeHghtful, well built, 2 bed¬ 
room, full basement home. 
Brimlng with potential. Ten¬ 
nis at vour ^.step. Sup«^ 
location. Close to belch; 
schools, sh^ng end public 
transportaflon. $92,560. To 
yiew this EXCLUSIVE llst- 
ICFmSA'J KLIZS at 

38^0497 (res.) or 598-3321. 

SUPER STARTER 

Vendor asking only $44,900. 
tor this very clean, very cute 
2 bedroom, no-step home in 
Colwood area. Fircpiece and 
feature well In ll\^ room. 
Large modem kitchen with 
bright dining area. Large 
fenced lot. Call tod^ tor ap¬ 
pointment to see this exclu- 
slve listlno. Bl LL 
McCarter at 592-3970 
(res.) or 598-3321. 

HIGHLAND HIDEAWAY 

Get reedy tor sumoYer with 
this 10 acre view and wilder¬ 
ness propertv only 20 
minutes from town. Prop¬ 
erty has 1 large home cur¬ 
rently used as up and dovvn 2 
bedroom each unit duplex. 3 
other 1 bedroom cottages, a 
stable end some garden 
area. Asking $150,000. 
Please call BILL 
McCarter at 592-3970 or 
598-3321. 

MT.TOLMIEAREA 
Another, one owner, first 
time on the market home In 
this very popular area. Two 
bedroom on the nrYeln plus 
another in the full basement, 
situated on e good sized lot. 
Act fast for this one at 
$73,900. Please cell DENNIS 
BERRY at 598-3321. 

LANSDOWNEAREA 
5 BEDROOMS-$l 19,900 

Modern as tomorrow with all 
todays comforts! Construct¬ 
ed from the best of materi¬ 
als, with high quality ther¬ 
mo-pane throughout, tour 
inch insulation In interior 
walls, oompletelv carpeted 
with 1400 sq. ft. on main and 
1100 completed down. Fam¬ 
ily room has heatllator fire¬ 
place, 3 pee. bath down, slld- 
ing doors to sunny patio, 
veg. garden plus numerous 
fruit trees. This home is 
tally InYmaculate and can be 
viewed by calling MARj 
NAPPER or MARKIE 
MUNN at 5963321 anytime! 
Courtesy to all Realtors. 

SOUTH OAK BAY 

CONVENIENT 

LOCATION 

NO-STEP BUNGALOW 
Comfortable 2 bedroom, no¬ 
step home located In a very 
desirable area of South Oak 
Bay. Recently decorated In¬ 
side and out. Fireplace In 
living room, plaster Interior, 
stucco exterior. Located 
close to bus. shopplno, perks 
and golf course. $84,500. For 
information or viewing call 
COLLEEN H0PW0(!)D at 
5963321 (bus.) or 592-1523. 

SOUTH OAK BAY 
7YEARSOLD 

A cu$tom built family home 
ideal tor those desiring the 
convenience of a newer 
home plus the charm of a 
well established area of 
South Oak Bay. Three bed¬ 
rooms on main. Flr^ace 
and Indirect lighting In Hying 
room. Bright kitchm has 
craftsman built Ash cup¬ 
boards. OeHghtful conserva¬ 
tory oft kitchen. Family 
room, den and laundry area 
down. 2^/7 bathrooms. Room 
tor further development. 
Well Insulated. Situated on a 
professionally landscaped 
lot on a quiet street. $128,000. 
For further Informetlon or 
viewing call COLLEEN 
HOPWCX)D at 5963M1 (bus) 
or 592-1523. 

Member 

Relocation Services Canada 


BLOCK 

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BESTSELLERS 
CATALOGUE 

ASSUMABLE 10% 
MORTGAGE 
$64,000 

Capture the family teeiing In this 
3-bdrm split-level tiome featur¬ 
ing dining room, spacious living 
room and basement eree. Only 
five vears old. Situated on no- 
through road with high setting 
overlopklrm golf course. 

, ROBandSUEFUKUSHIMA 
3863231 5965245 

OAK BAY PRESTIGE 

Ideal retirament condominium 
hie^lng 2 spacious bedrooms, 
dining room In-line with living 
room and southern exposure 
with view of professionally land- 
Kaped, comrvYon area Inhabited 
bv several wild ducks. Con¬ 
trolled entrance, llve-ln care¬ 
taker moments from the ocean 

SS $£*500^” ^ ^ 

ROBFUKUSHIMA 
3863231 5965245 


ARDMORE 

Beautifui-Woods, Sea 
Beach, Golf and Fishing 

Lovely .9 acre wooded property, 
sooth west sunnv exposure with 
quiet seclusion but not Isolated. 
Close to warm beach swimming 
and good fishing, very well bulTI 
and cared tor hofYYe. Just 7 years 
old - with roofed sunporch, 4 
bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, den. 
family room with brick fire¬ 
place, re<7eatlon room, double 
oarage - shop. Deluxe floors and 
carpetting. 

Outstanding value 

$89,900 

JlmCowlev.6S6-3i7S 

T.L. Mann 6 Assoc., 5965144 

1957 GRANITE 

(Oft Foul Bay Rd.) 

OPEN HOUSE 

SAT.1:3(M:00 

An Inimaculate two bedroom 
home built In the '50's. Home has 
oak floors, updated kitchen, fin¬ 
ished basement with halt bath 
<SOuld Irvlaw suite), work¬ 
s', oil flr^t^ air heennq and 
^ facing sund^, 

wcHI lar^aoed fenced lot on 


Tenceo ten t 
quiet street handy to shq^n 
VlllageTrIct- 
879,900.approx. $46,000. 
of a$suma^ financing. Owners 
have pur^sed and will contkF 
er sale of furniture end appll- 
ances. Exclusive H»tlnqwith Art 
Bedford 592-2090 or 592^407. 

^ MARGETTS6GOWER 
OAK BAY PROPERTIES LtD. 


2SP NMISISFMSIU 


BOORMAN’S 

112 F«1 $L 

316-7521 

I 2M5 C aMtft 8«y 84. 

595-1535 
8008IUII INVi$TMENT CO. LT6 

OPEN HOUSE 
SAT.J: 30^ :30 P.M. 
1597HAMPSHIRE RD. 

^ LARGE HOME - DUPLE X 
Spacious 4 bedroom owner's 
suite with large family room. 2 
fireplaces, 2 oathrooms, sun- 
d|^ over 2400 sq. ft. Rented 
side has 2 bedrooms. 2 beth- 
rooms, fireplace in large living 
room. Own entiY. Tenants pay 
own heat. High basement suit¬ 
able tor turiner development. 
Double lot. $142,000. 

OLGAZACHARY 
Oft. 595-1535 Res. 992-2265 

OPEN HOUSE 
1276OCEAN VIEW 
SAT.,2:00-4:30 
$115,000 

situated off Maplewood, this 
brand new home is quelltv built 
throughout. There ere three bed¬ 
rooms on mein, separate dining 
room, thermopene leaded win¬ 
dows. AlfogettYer too rtYenv fea¬ 
tures to list in an ad. CocYYe and 
see for vourseff. you won't be 
disappointed. For prior appoint¬ 
ments to view call; 

» VIVIENNE GENT 
Oft. 595-1535 Res. 592-2656 

'‘UPLANDS'^ 

Are you In the nsarket tor the 
ultimate In luxury? This is truly 
a one of e kind home. The mein 
floor consists of approx. 4000 sq. 
ft. of living area, plus an Indoor 
pool the likes of which I doubt 
you have ever seen. The pool 
area and pool Is completelv fin¬ 
ished In mosaic tile. There is a 
diving board and slide, e swirl 
pool, a large sauna and change 
rooms with showers, etc. A smell 
wat^ell fountain adds charm. 
Post and beam construction with 
rnaylve,glu-.la beams and sky¬ 
lights. The living room Is very 
el^nt, with marble FP wall, 
solid walnut feature wall, elec¬ 
trically operated drapes, stereo 
hook up tor 20 speakers thoDugh- 
out the home. Formal DR. Cozv 
family room, 5 BR's with en¬ 
sulte. 

-Extensive recreational areas 
downstairs, rec room with FP 
and large wet bar. Bllllerdroom, 
Pino, pong area and lovelv pan¬ 
elled den or library. 

Located op over l acre of lawns 
with lovelv old oak trei^ and 
ypdwgrouod sprinkler system. 
For tunher informatton and ap¬ 
pointment to view please cell: 
S67521TOVE BARLOW477-9859 

"UPLANDS'' 

A very specious waterfront 
twme in e nYost dinireble loca¬ 
tion overlooking the Yacht Club 
and Cadboro Bay, with an ever- 
changing marina view. 

A low bungalow style with brick 
facade end cedar ^ake roof. It 
has 2 storeys on the view side 
atfordlng you views from most 
rooms In the honrYe. Spacious liv¬ 
ing room edth form«l marble 
fireplace, sep. dining room, 
large temlly kitchen with built-in 
cook centre, dishwasher and 
oarburator. The breakfast area 
overlooks the 16'x32' heated 
swimming pool end patio area. 4 
large bedrooms on the main 
floor, master has full bath en¬ 
sulte and walk-ln closet. The rec¬ 
reation room has a beautiful 
rock fireplace wall and ^ bar. 
A 5th bedroom and 3^. bath 
and ganYes room and office com¬ 
pile the lower level. Exclusive, 
listed at $295,000. For Informa¬ 
tion or an appointment please 
call; 

3867521 Tove Barlow 477-9859 
5961535 John Jenkins 388-5464 
Pgr. 582 

TWO HOMES 
TWO ACRES 
$139,000 

The ideal In-law arrangement 
Two beautiful 5-vear-oldhomes 
separated bv breezewav, in a 
lovelv quiet and secluded rural 
area near golf course lust 20 
minutes trm downtown Victoria. 
Tremendous value. Early pos¬ 
session. Clear title. (ML 44519.) 

383-2700 JOHN PLATT 3867521 

JUST LISTED 
LANSDOWNE —SEARS 
CITY VIEWS 
$81,500 

Immaculate 3-bedroom tamllv 
honse. Offering living room with 
fireplace, dining room, bright 
sunnv kitchen with eating area 
and connecting sundeck. The 
lower level consists of large 
cedar panelled family room, 
workshop, laundry area and 
drive In oarage. This home Is 
^atedon an exceptional garden 
lot convenient fo all school 
levels, play grounds, sho^ng 
and bus line. View this exclusf- 
velvvdth: 

_ GORDON ADAMS 

Ott.59S-1S35 Res. 592-1353 

MAGNIFICENT 
COUNTRY HOME 

Set on five acres of meadow and 
tir trees In beautiful Central 
Saanich, this siding and cut- 
stone, two-level residence, sits 
at the center of a paved u- 
shaped driveway. 

Cedar cathedral celling, Califor¬ 
nia rock fireplace, and tloor-to- 
celllng windows make a specta¬ 
cular living room. In the master 
wing, full ensulte, walk-ln closet 
and sliding glass door to a pri¬ 
vate courtyard. 

Gourmet kitchen includes two 
well ovens, counter top renge, 
Jenn-Air, garbage compeefer 
and dishwasher. 

, CMIdren's wing with three bed- 
ro^s and one and one halt 

Twelve rooms, ^ndrv and 
thrw full baths, plus two halt 
baths, accomrTYOdate a large 
tamllv. 

Outstanding care has gone Into 
planning this tine home. Fea- 
^res to be noted are double Insu¬ 
lation, thernYopene windows, 
wall-to-wall carpeting, vacuum 
and intercom systems. Two<er 
garage, smell barn and pad- 

$260,000. For further de¬ 
tails end appointments to view: 

_ LESLEY BARTON 

Off. 595-1535 Res. 595-2447 

\l7WHITT0MrS 

ESQUIMALT 
FLEMING PARK 

NOW YOU CAN BUY THIS 
UNIQUE FAMILY HOME FEA¬ 
TURING 3 OR 4 BEDROOMS. 
LARGE LIVING AND DINING 
ROOM, FAMILY SIZED KIT¬ 
CHEN. RUMPUS ROOM AND 
COSY OEN WITH FIRE¬ 
PLACE. PLUS LARGE 84'x 304' 
LOT FRONTING ON TWO 
STREETS. WHICH COULD BE 
TWO LOTS (ONE DUPLEX). 
ALL THIS AND MUCH MORE 
FOR THE ASKING PRICE OF 
$135,000. CALL NOW TO VIEW. 
3864271 MR. FRASER 479-1424 
3864271 MR. JOHNSON 592-3573 
J.H WHITT0ME6C0. LTD. 

TOTAL 

SECLUSION 

Specious West Coast contempo¬ 
rary home, situated In Met<^ 
sin on 2 wHI treed acres. This 
delightful non^ offers 4 bed- 

arSVam!iv ^'bofiiwlll^ll^'to 
celling flr^eces. Strata din¬ 
ing rm, din and utflltv room. 
ArHsts loft. Large kitchen with 
arboretum. 3 sundeckv Walking 
d stance to golf course. 
close by end 5 minutes drive to 
Marine. Priced at $121,000. 

For appointment to view pleesc 
cell: 

ERNIE SERONIK 
4784N^ 

99*63*151.*'' ‘-td., 

FIVE ACRE SECLUSION WITH 
view, (^let area of Highlands, 6 
miles from Island Highwev. 3 
veer quality custom bulH cedar 
rancher over 2200 sq. ft. Double 
gerege. cedar shake roof, 3 bed¬ 
rooms, 2W baths, family room, 
den, 2 rock tlrertec^ welk-ln 
pantrvj^400.4^4)497. 


2S0 NOUSESFNUU 



TOPSHAPE 
$42,900. 

Extei^velv renovated one-bed- 
Home with hardwood floors 
In tip top shape on 
a tMufItuI 50x120 lot in the Swan 
Lake eree. Call fast. 

CHARACTER 

$59,900 

Pandora and Begbie Is the very 
convenient locatlm of this large 

K ^-6fwOom ^racter home conv 
!te with 2 firepleces and full 
sement. Presently rented at 
$475 month. Priced right to 
sell quickly. 

JAMES BAY 
DUPLEX 

A great location tor this older 
2-be^oom ^jplex. In excel¬ 
lent condition throughout. Buy 

RENT TO OWN 

By buying this character duplex 
and occupying tti8 large nsein 
floor onc^b^oom suite, receiv¬ 
ing rent of $190 per nYonth from 
the upper self-o^elned suite. In 
superb condition. Located In Ev 
HURr'yV’ 854,900. 


GLEN LAKE 
lAAMEDIATE 
POSSESSION 
DUPLEX 

Built In 1975, this nYodern up and 
do^ duplex has a 3-bcdroom 
and a 24Mdroom down, each with 
FP. Lot size Is 50x180 with loads 
®t Mrttlng. Assume the 11%% 
853,560 mortg^ due 1984; 
8556 PI end men subsWze vour 
payments by $380 per month. 
Asklng877,900— a great buy and 
ready to rYYove into. 

LEEWROBEL 
RANDYSMALL 

3»-M75 Pagers 865,654 

British American Realty Ltd. 
385-1431 


OFFICE 

OPEN SATURDAYS 
10-3 

595-5131 

REVENUE 

It you are having trouble quallt- 
Ing tv a rYYortgage this home 
may be the answer. There Is a 
^ property rented 
tor $200 per nrYonth, hence vour 
mortgage payrrYent would be re¬ 
duced by that amount. Good size 
property in the popular Marigold 
area. Asking $61^. 

LORNE DOYLE 5961047 

CENTRAL SAANICH 
CUSTOM BUILT home with 
VALLEY VIEWS. 4 v 5 Bed- 
ro^s. 3 Bathrooms. Sauna. Rec 
and Familv room. Large kitchen 
with built-in Jenn-Air grill. Inter¬ 
com, vacuum system. Covered 

« J^^ISg^djonson 

Res. 721-3571 Oft. 5963131 

COUNTRY 

WONDERLAND 

WITH 

SEAVIEWS 

$299,500 

Tr^ setting with CIRCULAR 
DRIVEWAY leads to this out 
standing and GRACIOUS 
HOME/ Located near "DEAN 
PARK" DIGNITY IS THE KEY¬ 
NOTE Of living areas. KITCHEN 
decor with hint of POL YNESI AN 
even'to ALL APPLIANCES! 
Living room with stone fireplace 
and guest size FORMAL DIN¬ 
ING room all otter SEAVIEWS. 
F amily room oft kitchen also has 
stone Fireplace over looking en¬ 
trance landsc^ng. FOUR bed¬ 
rooms and 3 BATHROOMS on 
main. Downstairs Is ANOTHER 
WORLDOF FUN. Youcaneoloy 
y<^48'x22' POOL (heated and 
indoors) with change rooms and 
shower or lounge on ground level 
patio and put the STONE BAR- 
B^UE to work all sheltered 
with ORIFTWCX)0 PRIVACY 
The rumpus room with stone 
fireplace otters cozv living after 
vow SWIM. 3 Garages and extra 
parking all sihMted on .6 acre. 
JOl N me to view this exceptional 
hOTTYe with numerous exfras to 


surprise you. 
FLOMAUGER 



3647SHELBOURNE 477-0141 
LARRY BROOKS—MANAGER 

OPEN HOUSE 
SAT.-SUN. 1:304 
2346HAMIOTA 

(oft Cadboro Bav Rd.) OAK 
BAY. Nicely renovated 2 BR 
bwYgalow. FP and piano exterv 
Sion In LR. Possible room for 
expansion into high attic. Full 6' 
basemt. Level lof NEW EXCL. 

ART LAWRENCE 6567864 

THE PERAAANENT 4n-0141 

GREAT FAMILY 
HOME 

This 6yr.-old home is situated on 
a quiet St. in Saanichton. Views 
overlook valley to Bamberton. 

4 BR's, 2 baths. 2 
FP's, kitchen with E A and extra 
wkshop In basemt and 
dble CP. Back yard Is complete- 
Iv fenced and landscaped. Ask- 
In|jj84.500. MLS. CALL TO 

ANITA BARKER 3865464 
pger 739 

THE PERMANENT 4774)141 

CUTE AND 
AFFORDABLE 

Here Is a small. 2-BR bungalow 
Kxat^ on a spacious 50x170 lot 
close to town. This Is a solid and 
w^-lopked-atter home which Is 
pertert tor the retired co^e or 
tor those lust starting out. 
Priced at $317,900. MLS. Call tor 
an appt. to view: 

JOHN BOYLE 5967878 

THE PERMANENT 477-0141 


EE 


1118 CHAPMAN 

A spactou^ storey dwelling with 
3 large bedrooms and 3 pee. bath 
Large LR with tlre^ 

t^llv size kitchen and 2 
bath on main, cot 48.6 x 131. 
JhowInQ (ooufiesv of 


tenant). 

TEOKAY 
davldburr ltd. 


3864086 

384-9335 


- C-12 

2S0 HOUSUFNSIU 



3440 Douglaa 

OPEN SAT. 
1:30-3:30 
1874 ALLEN BY 

Three bedroom basement 
honrYe at Allenby Park. Hard 
to find iocAtlon in this price 
range. $74,900. MLS. 
GRAYLAITE 

5962121 6565267 

Office Res. 

OPEN HOUSE 
4581 STRATFORD 

SUNDAY ONLY 
2:0(M:00P.M. 

Go out interurban, turn left 
on Conway, right on Strat¬ 
ford, last house on right. 1600 
sq. ft.. 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, 
cedar home on .97 of an acre. 
$99,900. Exclusive. 

LARRY LINEHAM 
S962121 5960134 

Business At home 

CADBORO BAY 
OPEN HOUSE 

3929 ROWLEY ROAD 
SAT. 8. SUN. 
1:3(M:00P.M. 

Super location, walk to 
be6ch, village and Univer¬ 
sity from this 3 bedroom 
plus spilt level home on a 
large 74x169 ft. lot. Close to 
the Hobbs school. Come view 
and make yow offer on $97,- 
000 to your host's: 

AUDREY GRIMSHAW 

WIce^OON CLARK SwSsi 

93CiGRAYTHORPE 

PL. 

OPEN FOR VIEWING 
SAT. & SUN. 2.4 P.M. 

A West Coast Contemporary 3 
bedroom, 2'/j bathrooms, floor to 
celling heatllator F.P. No base¬ 
ment, 2 storey. Prlce$92,500. 

JACK THOMAS 
382-2119 res. 382 8101 oft 

ROBERTS BAY 
$69,900 

Good area in the North part 
of Sidney. Family home fin¬ 
ished on 2 levels, nicely land^ 
scaped. 66x 120 prq^ty with 
some young fruit frees, gar¬ 
den house, extra large sun¬ 
deck and rTYuch nsore. Very 
pleasant living. MLS 
• 44794. 

GRAYLAITE 

5962121 Oft. 6565267 Res. 

CORDOVA BAY 
RIDGE 

6 Bedrooms, seaviews from 
large sundeck. Over 2600 so. 
ft. of living area including 
spacious family room with 
fireplace, tamllv kitchen, 
L.R.. D.R. House Is 11 vears 
old, very convenient work 
shop. MLS. Asking $123,500 
LARRY LINEHAM 
5962121 Bus 5960134 Res 

1146 CALEDONIA 

Older but completelv reno¬ 
vated In 1977. New lower 
level Is plwTYbed and wired 
for 2 Bdrm suite. Upper level 
has 3 bedrooms, large living 
room and kitchen. The home 
is fully insulated, has thernYo 
pane windows and also 200 
amp service. Drive wav at 
rear propertv. $ 68 , 000 . 

LARRY LINEHAM 
5962121 Bus. 5960134 Res. 

LOW DOWN 
$50,000 to $60,000 

A tew hofTYM left In this price 
range In Victoria area. Some 
have good morgtaging already 
and mav be assurtYed. Most have 
basefTYents and 2 or 3 bedrooms 
Good size lots close to every 
thing. For more Into please call 
HAL BARBER, 382-8101 or res 
3864995. 

OAK BAY 

Two bedroom stucco bunga¬ 
low close to schools, shop¬ 
ping, bus, beach. Very 
choice area. ML 44022. For 
more information please 
call 

GLEN ROBERTSON 
382-9101 or 592-9776 



OPEN HOUSE 

Sat. and Sun., 1:3(M p.m. 

1025TOLMIE 

3 bedroom, no basement home 
Super kitchen with adioining 
tamllv home. Five brand new 
appliances and woodburning 
fireplace in living room Electric 
heat. Excellent location, one 
block oft (3uadra. For retired or 
young family. Call Richard Me 
Kenzle, 479-5047 or 3867868. 

OPEN HOUSE 
Sat. and Sun., 1:30-4:00 
1271 Oakmount 

Just listed, this lovelv starter — 
or retirement home located 
close in on a 75'x120' lot — Gar 
deners dream. On main floor, 2 

with FP. Full basement with 
OjWYUlne FINNISH SAUNA. In 
eluded in the price are all the 
furniture, aopHances, household 
equipment, garden tools — the 

Call Leo Pigert, 388-7868 
or Res. 598-1975 

HIGH QUADRA 
De-Luxe family home 
under construction 

Our contractor lust poured the 
foundation tor this lovely 3 BR, 
full Bsmt home — over 1400 sq. 
ft. on main floor. Will be ready 
tor vour occupancy bv May I5th. 
We will guarantee the sale of 
your present home. Asking 
$95,000 (will Qualltv tor B.C 
<5ovt 9%% mortg). Call; 
L^^gert Res. 598-1975 — 

Evan Williams 3865464 Pgr. 745 

UNIQUE 

OPPORTUNITY 

Here's vour GOLDEN CHANCE 
to own your own house in GOR 
D<JN HEAD, but without wof 
rvlng about lawn cutting or anv 
o^siae maintenance. ALL 
done tor you under Strata 
Plan, 2 Bdrms on main floor, 
good-size LR/ separate OR. 3rd 
Bdrm and Rumpus Rm In full 
basen;^ AMna $59,500. Call 
Lao Pigert, 386^ or 5961975 
^Evan Williams. 3865464 Pgr. 

Waterfront-Private Sale 

90 n. lake frontage, character 3 
bedroom horna, new wall to wall 
ca^^, fireplace, private sun 
deck, bakonv oft master becF 
roor^c^r Inside andout, 16x20 
wtYaii, 8x10 outbulTdlno. $88,000 
firm, must sell as nave pur- 
c hased another property. No 
ooeiYts please. 4766748._ 

GORGE AREA 
OPEN HOUSE 

SATURDAY & SUNDAY 1-4pm 

Cosy SSshr^lMfY home 

Large brioirt kitctYen, 3 bdrm 
plus full basement, spa- 
cioys fenced yard with fruit trees 
^0»rden . minutes to town. 
10% largo assumable rrYortgage 
By owner $64,900 383-62^ 














































































































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C-13 

so HOOSESFMUU 


PAC-WEST 



INTERNATIONAL REAL 
ESTATE BROKERS INC. 

368^161 


OPEN HOUSE 

329 SABINA PLACE 

SAl.l-3:30p.m. 

$71?$00 


See ad below 

Re: "ENJOY THE 
BEAUTY OF SPRING'^ 
For further description of 
property. For further de¬ 
tails call Terry or Shar- 
leen. 


ENJOY the BEAUTY 
OF SPRING! 

$71,500 

A iov«lv 3 BR full family 
home on a quiet cui-de-sac. L- 
shaped dinino room-living room 
with brick flre^ace and W/W 
over hardwood. Lower level fea¬ 
tures a finished den with one wall 
of cabinets for sewing, drafting 
or hobbies; a partialfy finished 
rec. rm. and Rl bath. The 76x138' 
lot Is loaded with Personality 
and Charm and an Innovative 
rock garden with a profusion 
of bulbs! THIS WON'T LAST — 
New MLS. Phone to view Terry 
Eden or Sharleen Eden. 
388-6161. 


AN affordable 
DREAM!! 


Quality and convenience are 
vours in this 3 yr. old beauty. 
Beautiful In-line living room and 
dining room with oldlirlck fire¬ 
place and vaulted ceilings. A wo¬ 
man's dream kitchen with U- 
shap^ counter work area, pan¬ 
try. built-in Kitchen Aid dish¬ 
washer and a bright eating area. 
4-pce. bath, 3 bedrooms, master 
2 pce. ensulte. Ground level 
entry features a lighted rock 
garden and gracious foyer. Add 
o this the Bavarian Rec. room 
with 2i\d fireplace. 4th bedroom, 
3-i>ce. bath and hobby room 


fi 


(easily converted to an In-Law 
kitchen). The price is S 88 ,SOO 


with an existing 1 st mortgage of 

-* iiv?'' • -- 


S68,S00 at im% Interest per 
annum with monthly payments 
of S683.93 P.I., term Oct. 1. 1982 
The address Is 4124 Shelbourne 
St. (near Lambrick Park). The 
backyard is fenced with an en¬ 
closed patio. For private view¬ 
ing phone Terry Eden or Shar¬ 
leen Eden at 388-6161 (24hrs.). 


GORDON HEAD! 
irSBIGand 
BEAUTIFUL!! 
$119,500 


A totally unique home on a 
’- 3 , lot. r- ‘ • 


I00'xl43' lot. Family-style, mod¬ 
ern kitchen with eating area and 
B.l. dishwasher, a spacious din¬ 
ing rm. with china cabinet and 
room for your ANTIQUE 
SUITE, living rm. with F.P. and 
glass doors to side patio; 4 bed 
rooms, 2 baths (4-pc. and 3-pce.) 
plus games rm.-rec rm In 
bsmT BONUS — a separate, 
2 ^r garage with an attached, 
1-br. cottage (Rent 1220 p.m ). 
SPANISH Influence of brick 
arches and white stucco add a 
“Touch of Class"! it's great 
value— New M.L.S. View today. 
Pljone Terry Eden or Sharleen 
Eden 388-ai61. 


TEN MILE PT. 
$134,500!! 

Nature and man have blended 
together to give a “JUST 
RIGHT" combination to this 
1400 sq. ft , full bsm't home. The 
lot Is a '/^ acre offering privacy 
rind outdoor living on Its almost 
900 sq. ft.) of sundeck and patio. 
Extra living finished down in the 
4th bedroom, rec rm. with 2nd 
old brick fireplace, laundry rm. 
and 4-pce. bathroom. BONUS. 
An assumable 1st mtg. of ap¬ 
prox. $71,500 at llVj^dueMarch 
82 A DESIRABLE PROPERTY 
— To view phone Terry Eden or 
Sharleen Eden 388-6161. 


BIG 

BIG 

ROOMS 

in this older, fully updated and 
redecorated, 3^)edroom. family 
home. The main floor has a large 
livlngroom with fireplace; klh 
Chen with built-in dishwasher 
and so much more. Call now. 
New MLS. Rock Challfour or 
Brent Morrison. 388-6161. (on 
pagers 24 hrs.). 


U.V.I.C. 


Quality four bedroom accommo¬ 
dation In a quiet area of fine 
homes. This family home is close 
to buses and schools and offers 
lots of space for entertainment 
and livIfKi pleasure. Completely 
finished on two levels. Some fea¬ 
tures are double glass, two floor 
to celling fireplaces, three large 
bathrooms, excellent carpetting 
and a nr>ost Impressing living 
room with a vaulted ceiling. Of¬ 
fered at 1130,000 This is one of a 
kind. Be sure and see It today. 
M.L.S. 


A. J. "SANDY" CRAWFORD 
477-1561 388-^54 

REALSPAN PROPERTIES 
LTD. 


FAIRFIELD 

2 3 bedroom home on small lot, 

- - .. . 


large floor plan, living dining 
room, kitchen with separate utlf 
I tv for washer, dryer. Basement 
with small rec area, close to 
shopping, bus or walks to town. 


BROADAAEAD 


SOLAR HOT WATER. BUILT 
FOR THE 80'S. 4-5 bedrooms, 
separate living room and dining 
room. Family room, fireplace, 
rec room plus on lower level. 
Double garage • presto It's open, 
for details call 

Ken Wright TomMcCluskey 
386-3547 


RANCHETTE 

SACRES 


Exciting new contemporary 
style 3 bedroom home near Ca- 
mosun College. Features include 
no maintenance cedar sldlr>g, 
double glass, modern kitchen, 
built-in dishwasher, vacuum 
system and Intercom with 
AM/FM. You will enloy the 
unique living room with elegant 
stone fireplace and fine quality 
carpetting. Listed at 1169,500 
and must be sold quickly. Exclu¬ 
sive. 

A. J. "SANDY"CRAWFORD 
388-6454 477-1561 

REALSPAN PROPERTIES 
LTD. 


READY IN 
3WEEKS 


This brand new 2 bedroom full 
basement quality constructed 
home complete with fireplace, 
located on a beautitui lot In the 
convenient Marigold area. Pur¬ 
chase now and choose your car¬ 
pet and light fixtures. Well 
priced 169.900. HURRY! CALL 


LEEWROBEL 
RANDYSMALL 


388-6275 # 865, 654 
British American Realty Ltd. 
385-1431 



RCALTOn 


LAKE VIEW 

Two BDR bungalow overlook¬ 
ing Swan Lake on quiet street 
close to town and othlw ameni- 
y?? pining rm., living rm. with 
FP. kltchm^^syndeck with lake 
views. 157.900. DAVE SHER¬ 
MAN 59^7990or DENNIS FER- 
RILL 721-5340. Office 477-7121. 


2SI NOUttSFMSIU 


-rSrB’ZI, 


MAYFAIR REALTY 

Mayfair Centre 

386-2955 


OPEN HOUSE 
SAT. 2-4 
#1 

TIMBERDOODLE 
ROAD 


In quiet, serene East Sooke. 
From Gillespie Rd. lunctlon, fol¬ 
low East Sooke Rd. west 2.2 
miles to TImberdoodle. A real 
nice modem contemporary ex¬ 
ecutive style honrw si^ated on a 
knoll on a two acre parcel of 
wooded land with great views of 
Sooke Msin. Jusf three years 
old. It radiates a warm and 
friendly atmosphere the 
exrwsl\^ oak kitctm cabinets 
to ^ stone-fac^fireplace In 
the Irge living room with vaulted 


c^r celling, to the 00 ^ mezan- 
nlne lounge. Asking onlv 1119,500 
(new MLS) with assumable 


mortgage If desired. Possession 
negotiable. Your host. GEORGE 
WALL, 386-2955 or 477-0548. 


BUILD TOSUIT 


We can arrange with the builder 
to have your new home built on 
one^ several lots In Saanich and 
Central Saanich. Or choose one 
of several In various stages of 
construction. For details call 
GEORGE WALL. 386-2955 or 
477-0548. PETER SYKES. 
386-2955 or 382-3216. 


LARGE LOT 

Clean, i^t 2 BR-possIble 3rd. 
Renovated with taste. Large 
workshop — wired. Totally 
fenced, comer lot. JIM TURN- 




SECLUDED 
AND QUIET 


^ acre, nicely treed and private. 
Not too many mins, from town. 
Large home with many extras 
like feature brick wall In L.R. 
and O R. — 3 BR up, family 
room. Large workshop and ga- 
r^atie. Room for 7 or 8 vehicles. 
Call now! SANDY BANNER, 
479-0430. JIM TURNBULL, 
479-0735. 


FIRSTTIME 

NOW 

BE QUICK! 


over 1 ac. treed, sea view 
--secluded, quiet, V> bik. to 
beach 

—extra treed lot 
—fantastic sea vlevrs from each 
room 

—5 BR. den and/or sewing room 
—F.P. inbri(iht sunny L.R. 
—large kitchen 


Nevw- been for sale until now. 
Exclusive with SANDY BAN¬ 
NER. 479-0430, JIM TURN- 
BULL, 479^)735. 


SEARS NO-STEP 
6YRS.0LD 


Over 1100 sq. ft. in this ' 


-- ... Jn this "lust 

listed" home close to shopping, 
schools, buses. Vaulted clings 
t^oughout. Large kltchen-fam- 
lly room. In-line living-dining 
room with floor-towelling flre- 

R lace. 168 ft. deep lot has fruit 
ees, shrubs, etc. 169,900. Pos- 
sesslon negotiable. Call 
GEORGE WALL. 386-2955 or 
477-0548. 


LOCATIONS, LOT 


Plus a super cute 3 BR home. 
Nice LR with brick FP, good size 
kitchen. 2 BRs on main plus one 
more and TV room up. Full price 
167,500 exclusive. PETER 
SYKES, 386-2955 or 382-3216. 


NEW HOME IN 
HIGH QUADRA 


3 bedroom home with 3 pee. en- 
sylte. Lar(»e living room, sun- 
deck, double carpot, full base¬ 
ment, thermopanc windows, 
very well Insulated. Priced at 
183,500. KIM ENG, 386-2955 or 
477-9439. 


NEWIN 

GORDON HEAD 


bedroom, 3 pee. ensu?^, 2 baths, 
heatllator fireplace, custom 
cabinets, family room finished, 
thermopane windows, insulated. 
Priced at 187,900. KIM ENG, 
386-2955 or 477-9439. 



OAK BAY 
JUBILEE 
$64,900 

Good family home or rental 
chummery for nurses or hospital 
employees. Good design ¥ylm LR 
and DR, large kitchen and 3 
large BRs. Full basement with 
large room. Outside newly fin¬ 
ished. Easyware lot with fruit 
-- BBQ, to 


) view please 


cair 

GEORGE LEWIS 384-4338 

ANN BLONDEAU 590-7824 

OFFICE 383-2244 


OPEN HOUSE 
SUN. 2-4:30 
2210 NEPTUNE 


Dr Iveout to Swartz Bay, turn left 
onto Landsend then right onto 
Piers and you have arrived at 
this handsome split level home 
nestled on a good half acre lot. 
Offering 3 or 4 bedroom, large 
living room with fireplace, dm- 
) room, family sized kitchen, 2 
a super family 
>'Tl. 


IngrOi 

bathre__ .. 

room. See It. you'll like It. Asking 


BILL CARNEGIE 

477-7284 (Bus.) 652-3627 (Res.) 
O F. HANLEY 8 . 
ASSOCIATES LTD. 


Direct From Builder 

In Colwood comtemp. - split 
leyel. Large LR & DR, family 


size kitchen, thernxipane win¬ 
dows. flrej^ace. 5 yr. warranty. 
Building lots available, excel¬ 
lent locations. Ph. KEN MIL¬ 
LAR 478-1721 or 384-8075 Pager 
519 anytime 


RIDLEY BROS. 
DEVELOPMENT CO. LTD. 


OAK BAY BORDER 

By owner, 179,900. 3 bedroom 
home, quality carpeting 
throughout, dining room, living 


Throughout, dining room, living 
room with fireplace, sundeck on 
large master bedroom, fully de¬ 
veloped basement with laundry 


room, oarage and workshop. 
Fruit trees, shrubs and separate 
irden shed. No agents please. 


garden si 
598-9578 


1912 Character home, quiet 
sneet. 3000 so. n. living space, 4 
bthrms, plus full bsmt, great 
garden, fruit trees, etc. 

Could be anything from gracious 
honoe to 4 or 5 suite conversion. 
Just 174,500. By Owner. 384-4278 


$73,500 


Glanford and AAelba, 2 yr. old, 
3-BR house, foyer entrance, 
partly finished basement, 2 sun- 
decks. carport. To vl^ call Mrs. 
Pat Saulnfer. KasapI Const. Co. 
Ltd., 538 Dwplln Rd. at 3864191 
or res. 384-2197. 


5 BEDROOM HOME 
NORTHQUADRA 
4/10ACRE AT 198,500 
Views from high location, 1400 
sq. n. on main, western post and 

beam. Full -- 

with 


sm. Full daylight basement 
Ih 1000 so. ft. finished. 30 days 
possession. 479-4818, 
112-752-9814. 


vt HOvmrwMu 


J HHontreal 


Montreai 
Trust § 


GORDON HEAD 


- t^ sunken con¬ 
versation pit with FP, the 
Injnc 


rai^ dining area and the 
kitchen jWth eating 


irms. including a 


mezzanine master bdrm 
7lth a -- 


with a full bath ensulte. 
Loads of storage, separate 
gar^e. Price reduced to 
186,500. MLS. 

386-2111 TOM SLEMKO 477-1277 


NEVy LISTING 


Indeed a spotless 3-bdrm 
home with finished 


iiviiiv mm iini»nea base¬ 
ment rec room and 4th bdrm 
(could be in-law suite) from 
t^ llvina dining room to the 
^ght kltrtiOT this home Is a 
detlgtrt to show. Back yard is 
fmced, has a patio located In 
the Tfiiicum area. MLS. 
174,900. 

DELBECKNER 
386-2111 4774994 


OPEN HOUSE 
SOUTH OAK BAY 
687 ISLAND RD. 


SAT.l:3(M:00 

New exclusive listing. De¬ 
lightful, brlciht, character, 2 
bdrm bungalow nestled In a 
quiet and secluded setting. 
Beautiful oak floors In the 
extra large living room and 
OR. Updated kitchen. 
Mme, prime location at 189,- 
500. Please phone: 

386-2111 DAVE HELM 595-2658 

__ DELBECKNER 

386-2111 477-4994 


OPEN HOUSE 
1722 CARNEGIE 
(GORDON HEAD) 
SUN.l:^:3p 

JUST REDUCED to StS,! 


m. 


this family home is priced to 
sell NOW. Convenient to all 
school levels, shopping 
centres, plavgrouds andbus- 
ilne, vrt situated on a quiet 
crescent. Offering 4 or 5 
bdrms., 3 baths, family kit¬ 
chen, DR and full basement. 
Possession 30 days. Your 
host: 

GARY RESTELL 
386-2111 47^6987 


OPEN HOUSE 
939CAROLWOOD 
BROADMEAD 
SUN. 2-4 


Offers Invited 

Vendor has bought, so must 
sell this cosy 3 bdrm., 3 bath 
well maintained residence. 
Large tudor-styled family 
room off kitchen with FP. 
En^ainment size LR with 
eating area. Den or office. 
Completely fenced back 
■‘^2 1 . 


yard with 2 patios offering 
the utmost In privacy. Dou¬ 
ble garage. Early occu- 
-V. 1129,3- 


panev. 1129,500. Please Call: 
386-2111 W. HOOKER 6^-3634 


Everybody Wants 


FAIRFIELD 

Here It Is! Character, 3 
bdr^., den, separate DR, 
leaded Cflass, family room. 
In aw suite and duplex possi¬ 
bilities. Exclusive at 184,500. 
Please call: 


_ GRAYDON HOOKER 
386^2111_382-1258 


REALTY LTD. 


REALTY LTD. 
5# Baslion Sq. Bus. 383-4151 


SAANICH 
PENINSULA 
$115,000 


A high hedged on third acre, a 
tivating panoramic of Valiev 


farms, a sparkling sea studded 
with islan<» and passing shi^, 
all against a backdrop of snow 
cappiM mountains. Authentic 
tudor design, masterly con¬ 
structed; leaded and stained 
glass with skillfully in-set doul^ 
panes for heat conservation. 29 
ft. long living-in-line dining; a 
14x14 stu^ with cherry flre- 
gMce, a well designed kitchen 
^ a spacious bathrm with man 
size tub. Turned oak balusters 
and Newall Post finish the open 
stairs to a master bedrm 21x14 
with adloining 17.6x10 sunny pri¬ 
vate sitting rm embrasing that 
everchanglng view plus 2 more 
appealing bedrms. For enter- 
tainnnent and games there is a 
29x17.4 rm with access to a pri¬ 
vate patio. A pretty 3 pee. 
bathrm, a larM utiliw and a lot 
of storage. All this and nwre! 
But appointments to view must 
be through listing broker only. 
Gray Lorenzen 652-1038,388-5464 
pgr 729 

LORENZEN REALTY LTD. 
383-4151 


WEEKEND 

DRIVE-BUYS 


Reyn___ .... 

maculate home contains 2 
good sized bedrooms, main bath¬ 
room with tub and separate 
shower enclosure, entertain¬ 
ment sized living room and sepa¬ 
rate dining room, totally mod¬ 
ernized kitchen with bullt-ln 


dl^washer, main figor laundry, 
full basement with huge rec 


room. All located on a mature 
well landscape lot. 182.500 


2710 Cedar Hill Rd. — 
zoned. Main floor with 
roojns/ L-shaped dining 


- Duplex 
th 2 bed- 
dlning 


I uuiiis, u-aiia|jea uininu 

room/living room with fire¬ 
place, large kitchen, 2 sundecks. 
Plus a 1-bedroom basement In¬ 
law suite. ^ 182,900 

625 Brookleigh—Semi-lakefront 
1.48 acres, 3 bedrooma and den 
updated home, 24x60' Barn. 

1174,900 


SUN. —1:304:30 


Place (Dean Park Estates). 1620 
sq. ft. of west coast contempo¬ 
rary design loaded with features 
Including 3 large bedrooms 
(master with sunken oval tub 
and huge walk-ln closet), heat¬ 
llator stone fireplace, separate 
dining room, arboretum, all nes¬ 
tled on a level acre lot.il 14.900 


Contact Murray K. Lawson 

592-2912 

Or Park Pacific Inv. Ltd. 

3834124 


Better Than New 

Lovely 7-year-o(d home on large 
treed lot, 3 bedrooms, ensuit^ 
flqqr-to-celling fireplace, large 
kitchen, swimming pool, base¬ 
ment rough^in with fireplace, 
twth, laundry, garage, work¬ 
shop. Assumable mortgage at 
11^%. 3170 WIshart. 173,5^ No 
agents. 4784602. 


GORDON HEAD 

Mt. Douglas Estate 


30 new homes m the exclusive 
development from 1115,500. 
Open^hqqse daily 2-5 p.m. Drive 
gut Shelbourne and turn right on 
RoWnwpod. For more Informa¬ 
tion call 384-1101 or 477-0838 TOD 
HACKET. 


BY BUILDER 
1888FELTHAM 

3 bedroom, 2 bathroom, split 
'•JjlWng distance. Univer¬ 
sity A schools. 1127,000. 

Postle Construction 477-3728. 


“4- 


SATURDAY, FEBRUARY^, 1980 

2S0 NOtttfSFORSAU 2S0 HOUSES RNI SALE 251 HOUSES FOR SALE 


IJ 


WESTMONT 

REALTY 388-4434 


OPEN HOUSE 
SAT.ANDSUN.1:3(M:30 
1610HYBURY 


Located on a quiet cul-de-sac off 
Gordon. 


Malestic In Gordon Head this 
exclusive 1400 sq. ft. home offers 
a M-tt. living room with feature 
w^te rock fireplace, large kit¬ 
chen with good eating area, 
separate dining room, 3 bed¬ 
rooms, l<j^ baths. Downstairs is 
a finished rec. room wifh 2 nd 
firepl acet 3 pee. bath and bed- 
roof^ Lots of room for workshop 
too. The lot is level, fenced and is 

fruit frOes'^^Klf^prlcSTiSlioof 
Exclusive with 

3884434JOHN BUNYAN383-7777 


4466 TORQUAY 

On t^ quiet end of Torquay. 3 
BR home of distinction with self- 
contained In-law suite In fully 
develoi^ basement. Planned 
and Iwllt for owner with many 
bullt-ln comfort features, laun¬ 
dry In large kitchen, sauna, 3 
.AH^ntment to view. 
3884434 LINDA PAGE 384-3002 


MT.TOLAAIEAREA 


Very attractive 3 BR family 
txm vdfh large open kitchen, 2 
BR In-taw suite. 65'x130' lot. 


Great accommodation, offered 
^vgu at 187,900. Call now for 
^alls and appointment to view. 
Excl. 

3884434 JACKKINNIS 721-5077 


GARDNER 

REALTY Lid 


$47,000 

T from this 2 - 


) downtown .... . 

q, fullbasement family 


Walk to 

bedroom, _ 

hofne on euWe-sae'ekise to vic¬ 
toria General Hostel. Includes 
all appliances. Call exclusive 
agenf 
385-7744 


5-7744 Dale Briggs 592-3978 


COUNTRY 

FEELING 


This 3 BR no basement rancher 
s locat^ In Royal Oak on a large 
lot with pastoral views. Yet you 
are only 10 minutes from town; 
walking distance to shopping 
and bus service. A truly SAJper 
area. For fhe retired or young 
family. Ov^ 1400 sq. ft. of raoo- 
vated living area. PLUS a 
145.000 aisumable tint mort¬ 
gage at 11 %. ASKING176,900. 

_ BRIAN COUTTS 
385-7744 598-2405 


FAIRFIELD 

ANYONE? 


lam looking for clients who wish 
to buy In Fairfield. I have sonr>e 
listings including duplexes that 
will be available shortly. Don't 
miss thes^thev won't be around 
for long. Phone me for what you 
are looking for and be first on the 
list. 


_BRIAN COUTTS 

385-7744_ 598-2405 



TOWN 

AND 

COUNTRY 

REALTY 


3577 Douglas 

DRIVE BY'S 


382-7276 


YOU ARE INVITED TO A 
WINDSHIELD INSPECTION 
OF TWO EXCLUSIVE LIST¬ 
INGS. PLEASE DO NOT DIS¬ 
TURB THE OWNERSill IF 
YOU WISH TO VIEW THE 
PROPERTY OR RECEIVE AD¬ 
DITIONAL INFORMATION 
CALL ME AT THE OFFICE OR 
MY HOME. 


1.3811 CAREY ROAD 


Price 164,900. WELL BUILT — 
TWO BEDROOM HOME 


2.4671 W. SAANICH RD. 

4 ACRES. FOUR BEDROOMS, 2 
BATHS. OLDER FARM HOME. 
PLUS 

TWO LARGE GREENHOUSES, 
ATTRACTIVE SETTING. 
WITH LOVELY MOUNTAIN 
AND VALLEY VIEWS. CLOSE 


ENJOY YOUR DRIVE BY — 
BUT PLEASE REMEMBER 


NOT TO ENTER THE PROP¬ 
ERTY OR DISTURB THE 
OWNERS. THANK YOU. . . 


BRIAN LAWLESS 
3C-7276 or 477-0911 Res. 
TOWN A COUNTRY REALTY 
LTD. 


1 1 

ROWN 

*8B 1 

K ROS on 

HID J 

LANSHARO 


RESIDENCE PLUS 
OFFICE 


5 room bungalow located In SI 
IlmiTec' 


zoned limited service area. 
Could be suitable for profession¬ 
al office, manufacturers ag^, 
etc. Modern kitchen and bath¬ 
room, alum, windows through¬ 
out. sliding doors to rear deck 
and large yard with fish pond. 

view phone 

DON NEWALL 592-1317 

or 3854771 (anytime) 



Clengarn 
^ Kpfl/iv & 
Inreslmeni 
Corporation 


Gordon Head 

OPEN HOUSE 
SAT. & SUN. 1-4 
1557Aonew 
(Off Majestic) 

Just completed - contemtx>rary 2 
storey desim, situated on a quiet 
cul-de-sac. Vaulted cedar celling 
In LR with skylight. Old bride 
fireplace. 3 bedrms, 2’/j baths, 
glw much nwe. Price 199,W 

SCOTT MUNRO 652-5825 

GLENGARRY REALTY 
479-7138 


openhous^aturday 

•ndSimdav24. 3051 Jackson St. 
Per^ starter or retirement. 2 
^dropms, non-basement, 
chiming home with large cosy 
kltdwn; electric heat, workshop 
private 

SOWir lot. Close to Woodward's 
and Sears. Assumable 10% mort- 

by owner. 385-7942. 


OFFERS INVITED 
$45,900 


As new. 1 vw old, 2/3 bedroom 
**^*J’Ji'^* o"*V). Complete 
w th WxW best broadloom, 
fridge, stove,^ sundeck. iv»bath- 
rooms. l^ocated in Vic West at 
517 Belton Ave. Drive by 
--5,477-74 


jif DV 11 W 1 Mve. urive oy ana 
give us a call; 5984755,477-7416 


OAK BAY-LANSDOWNE 
For sale ty owner 3 bedroom 
bungalow, front room with fire¬ 
place. Seplrate dining room, 
modem kitchm and four piece 
bathroom on main, finished 
tesemenf \^th fireplace and '/2 
Close to 

Willows SchooLOak Bay High 
Sef^, rac centre and Uplands 
589,900. Phone 
592.-0864. No agents please. 


FAIRFIELD 

CHARACTER 

HOME 

If you like stained glass 
windows, dark wood pan- 
elllno, beamed ceilings, 5 
bedrooms, den, rec room, 
4 bathrooms, all with 
grace and charm, be sure 
to call noe! Over 3500 sq.ft. 
$129,500. By owner. 
383-2889 


SIDNEY 

$62,500 

Good location, cloae to schools 
and shopping. 7 old house on 
60x120 cornered lot. 2 blooms, 
large kitchen with dining area, 
large family room In basemam 
with f Irapla^ which heats entire 
house. Iv^ bath^ third pol^ial 
bedroom In basment, closcd-ln 
garage, large sundack with stor- 

» e shad under. Large garden 
th young fruit trees, grape 
vines, etc. Backyard cori^etelv 
fen^ In. An excellent value 


iast.lU64^'. 


VIEW ROYAL 
$62,900 
OPEN 2-4 
SAT.&SUN. 

289 BEAUMONT 

with 

., dln- 

drlve-ln ga- 


mmawlte 3 BR bungalow v. 

lovely living room with FP, din¬ 
ing room attached ‘ 

47 R 6 I 2 KENT DEANS 4784316 
CENTURY 21 
SUBURBAN REALTY 


EXCLUSIVE 
NEWLISTING 

^.I^VELY BUNGALOW 
^ CLOSE TO WATERFRONT 
Two plus one bedrooms, cozy 
bigh basemmt. 

Ken Thomas_598-3990 


^ . 169400—FAIRFIELD 
Drive by 1512 Brooke St. Older 
hqn^, nkety renovated on small 
lot In I ■ * 


quiet l^tlOT. 2 or 3 bed- 
home hM full besement, 

oom. Appro- 

gege ef 10%. Tc 
Herb Hodmon, 

Thomas, 304-9 


rec. room. Approx. 847400 mort- 

-ef 10%. To see over, call 

■ - 1 , 382-3835. Len 

--—-9174. Douglas 

Hawfces Ltd., 384-7128. 


MARIGOLD 
756 DAFFODIL AVE. 

Well kept. 2 possible 3 bedroom 

- , tot with fully 

attractive llv- 
..ireplace, hard¬ 
en floors throughout, close to 
all amenities. Good assumable 
mortgage at 10%. 156,900. 


bungalow m tarot h 

Krf±ixns 


FOR SALE BY BUILDER. 
Saamchton, 172,900. 3 bedroom, 
gra^ level entry home. 1271 sq. 
ft. total with country kitchen, 
dining room, heatllator fireplace 
In llvifw room, room for expan¬ 
sion In the basement. Convenient 
ta shopping, schools and buses. 
Will be ready for occupancy In 
March. No agents. 


JUBILEE AREA 
By owner. 3 bedroom home, 
quality carpeting, large living 
room with vaulted ewing se¬ 
parated from dining room by 
double sided brick heatllator 


fIreplaM. Bright sunny klfrttm 
wim ce^ ^cening and skylight. 


Close to all conveniences. 167^^ 
500. No agents please. 592-6219 


^ BUTCHARTS 
B^lng on Butchart Gardens. 
1TO sq ft. flnis^. Cedar trim 
throughout, all thwmopane, 1000 
sq. ft. unfinished basement. '4 
acre easy maintenance lot. As¬ 
sumable mortgage 145,000 at 
11M%. 181,900. * ■ 

3:30pm. 652-1446. 


. Call after 


138,900 

Nothing to do but move In this 
renovated, redecorated, 1 bed¬ 
room home on a small, easy care 
lot. Close to shopping, rec centre 
and Ixrt. Low taxes. Small 10’/i% 
first mortgage could be as¬ 
sumed. 382-1507 after 5:30 week- 
davs. 


NORTH SEARS-1S9,900 
Conveniant 2 br.. no stw hon>e, 

'------ - 


fearing large living room with 
antique brick F .P., 4 piece bath, 
stove and fridjw included, lovelv 


_J fridge I_ 

yard with loads of flowers, frees. 


«nd stvubs plus goixl size garden 
shed. Priciples call 388-SI»0 eve- 
nlngsorwaekand. 


OWNER'SOPEN HOUSE 
Saturday and Sunday, 2 to 6pm. 
Esquimalt area. 2 bedroom, 
older Stixxo home, full base¬ 
ment, sea view, insulated. 2 f ire- 
pla^. Full price 155400. Fin¬ 
ancing negotiable at 11%. 466 
Sturdae Sfraet. 384-0004. 


SIDNEY-$42,900 


Small 2 bedroom home. Lot 
50x160. Nicely renovated, new 
wirina kitchen cupboards, elec¬ 
tric heat. Assumable mortgage. 
656-2314. 


166,500 

New 3 bedroom, ensulte, full 
basement, double carport, ther- 
nw^ndOM, hreplj^, all on 
10,000 sq. ft. lot in Goldsfream 
area. K. MacKay Builders, 
479-8462. 


^ EXCLUSIVE 
Close to Langford Lake. 3 bed¬ 
room rancher on nicely freed lot. 
^ one-owner home. 

Hodgson, 
Len Thomas, 384-7128. 
Douglas HawkesLtd., 384-7128. 


WATERFRONT Hi 
sale, new, 1440 1 


_ FOR 

»6lq new, 1440 sq. tt.,T515n River 
modular home right on Juan de 


Fuca Strait, 940 sq. ft. sundeck 
on ocean side, must secrffice. 


BSmK'sooS?^ 


r esoui/^lt/gorge 

Excellent 3 bedroom, full base- 
m^ home with rec room, laun- 
d^ room and workshop, fire¬ 
place, on large lot. ^ose to 


derby ROAD$63,500 
Ex<^lent location, 3 doori from 
golf course andjpark, 2 bed- 


goif course and park, 2 bed¬ 
rooms possible 3rd. lovelv mod- 
wnlzed kitchen and bathroom, 
firaplaca, mountain views, 
frees. 598-5525. 


GORGE AREA, 4 BEDROOM, 
spacious kltrtwn, large patio and 

165400. Also •/! acre lot, Bucca- 
5M400. Raduetton 
for both. Must sell, moved to 
England. 479-6331. For viewing. 


FOR SALE BY OWNER, 3-BED- 
rpom home, excellent residen¬ 
tial area (Mt. Tolmle/Cedar 
Hill).. No basement, electric 
heat, large lot. Good starter or 
retirement home. 477-1770, 
477-6304. 


Dejjgfrtful tuOOR SJYLJ 3 


bedroom on iargeT^.'T¥mS& 


pFacn, farnlTvTo^', carpo!^ 
l^atedongi^et Cres. In O^al 


_ _ i^et Cres. 

Saanich. 173,900. Phone 3186876. 


NEW HOME 

20 lot subdivision, trees and 


BY OWNER. 5 ROOM BUNGA- 
low, no basement, on quiet 
street, near school and bus. 
Large ferM lot with fruit frees. 
Nojgpits. Phone after 5pm. 


3 year DLO. 3 BEDRDDM 
home for sale by owner. Thermo 


pane wlndovni, iMtllafor flre- 
Ptace' p^ially finished base- 


r^, asking 178,900. 1874 Jef- 
frev Road. Saanlchton, 65^9989■ 


ancei_ _ iwi. 

fruit frees, extras. 1071 Sfellys. 

588,900. Compare. 

652-3802. 


NO QUALIFYING 


home In EsquImaH, 
5(»dpwn. potential 2 suiter. 
1-0975. 


BYOWNER 

New 1350 sq. ft. 

Cove. ^ 
trade 


_ In I 

lot. 187.9 
6566883. 


UPLANDS 


ming 

592-51 


1157, 


164,500 AT 9A(i% . 

3 bedroom, full basement, on 
20.()00 sq. ft. lot, Goldsfream 
jnja^K. MacKey Builders. 


PRIVATE SALE. DRIVE BY 
3255 Al^ St. 3, potential 4 bed¬ 
room home, needs painting. 


ESQUIMALT. SEAVIEW. TWD 
bedroom, two fireplace, full 
basement, rewired, insulated. 


155400. SDDKE BY DWNER. 3 
bedroom, full basement home on 
large fuliv fenced tot. For ap- 
view phone 

642-3935,478-3229. 


- ,4bedroom s , livin/room, 
dining room, fireplace, in-law 
suite with 2 bedrooms. Foul Bay 
area. 598-8240. 


FDR SALE BY DWNER 


small house/ renoveted. Dpen 
for viewing Saturdeys, 
llem-lwn. 721 Powderly St. Itt,- 


10%% MDRTGAGE, 2 TD 3 
bedrocm home, besement, up to 


date wiring, drive 
St. Asking 152,900. 


479-6609 or 6566194 


»1^64 Redine 
I. To view cell 


LARGE 3 BEORDOM HDUSE 
“ ‘ “ e to ‘ 


on Hillside, ctoee to shopping 


„ COLWOOO->S2,MI 
Affordable family living. New, 3 
bedroom strata title duplex. 
478-2821. 


TWO BEDRCXJM HDUSE WITH 
full basement. Large beck yard. 

Hill Rd. 164,500 

383-9025 days. 


FAIRFIELD REALTY LTD. 


JUST COMPLETED. 2915 
^l^rne, 3 bedrooms, 174,- 
900. Phone builder. 595-2838. 


CEDAR HOME WITH WOOD 
hMt on 2 acres, 3 bedroom, fln- 
ished suite. 188,000.474-1487. 


147,W COUNTRY COTTAGE, 2 
bedrooms^^ room, garage. 


PI^PECT LAKE, OLDER 3 


OLDER ESQUIMALT 
hoyse/duplex. tow revenue, solid 
but needs work. 144,900.478-9706. 


PRIVATE. BEAUTIFUL 


S-BEOROOM. MARINE VIEW, 
gl^^« two units, 1500. 


2S3 


COUNTRY HOIKS 
anlPROPERTKS 


SWINERTON’S 



REALTY WORLD' 
Open House 

SAT.«.SUN.1:3(M 
550 PARRY ROAD 
Off william Heed Rd. 
METCHOSIN 2.4 ACRES 

Just listed — Immaculate mod¬ 
ern family home on 2.4 arable 
tWKed rolling acres. 3 BRs, 2 
baths, super developed base- 
garage plus sepa¬ 
rate 2-BR home. Barn. Otmor 
leaving — new reduced price. 
1144,940. ML #44921. Please 
call: 

_ SUSAN or JACK BETTS 
4776042 or Off. 385-2481 
Swinerton, Stewart Clark, Ltd. 
Realty World 


388-7868 


MOST BEAUTIFUL 


4.6 ACRES with ideal level fer¬ 
tile land and a bountiful mix of 
mature frees to make this a rare 
find. Ideal for fhe horse lover. 
The tidy comfortable home fea¬ 
tures a large bright Living Room 
(27 X 13) with excellim Flre- 
Large Family Kltc^, 


'amlly ba^oom with FULL 
SIZE BATHTUB, Utility room, 2 
Bright Bedrooms. Dll Hot Water 
makes this a most comfortable 
home.^Separate buildings Incl. 

SV parage. Barn 
suitable for 1-2 Hor^. Taxes 
onlv 11083. Fruit frees and of 
courseall the garden space you 
could dream of. 11394)00. By ap- 
Pojntment only. A. Klenman, 
6564242. 


1 1 

ROWN 

.8bJ 

Ik ROS on 


LANSHARO 


HORSE LOVERS 

Wellwtabllshed horse boarding 

K rich with 30 stalls In modern 
rn, room, seperate cor¬ 
rals, rl^ng and lumping floodlit 

Plus a large four bedroom 2 
storey farmlwuse loads of char- 


ac^ a^ very cosy. SchobiL 
‘ * close by. 


stores, fronsportatlon\.,„s^ w,. 
^ an exclusive appointment 

JIMAAASSEY 385-8226 

or 3856771 (anytime) 


NEW DN MARKET 
12.5 acr« of rock, ferns, ponds, 
cedar trees and cleared 
meadows with quality family 
home. Nearly 4,(MO sq. ft. Prop¬ 
erty is secluded on a country 
10 minutes to tO¥m In 
^irable Prospect Lake area. 
Home has floor to ceHIng flre- 
^acesInthreerooms, largeklt- 
with family room oP, 30* 
lIvliM and dinino room wHh bow 
wliy%rs overtooklng watorfall 
and lltoy pond, 5 finishad bed- 
room^ largt playroom, dan, 3 
Pkw powdar room, 
and huge sewing/hobbv room, 
large master bedroom has mlr- 
•"ored casing room and en- 
sylte, wHh sll^ doors to sun¬ 
deck, outbuildings Include a 
ro^r sided three stall barn, an 
A-fran>e storage shed, cedar 
s^lded gazebo with fireplace. 
Cfreat value at 82254)00. Please 
oh^efor appointment 4796089. 


»v to realtors. 


attractive family 

ranch, ho me,. 2 450 sq ft. on 6 
acres In Metchosin. Tbedrooms, 
master ensulte, cosy beamed 
living room with brfck wrap¬ 
around fireplace to L-shaped 
dining room. Large deluxe kit¬ 
chen with ample Formica cup¬ 
boards, huge Tamllv room with 
flrt^ace, bom In bar and book- 
shert,plus imiltv room. Sett con- 
talned guest cottage approach- 
ng heated pool andtonnis court. 
Large aluminum greenhouse 
and tnanv fruit frees and shrubs. 
6 stall rtwdarn barn ^us 4 tie 
stalls, tack room and toft, auto¬ 
matic water and power. Heated 
workshm with ample storage 
plus cooler. Completelv paved, 
lots of parking. View by appolnt- 
ment only 4780974. 


B^^WNER 5.5 ACRES CULTI- 
v«f«dhay«eld and pasture, fruit 


y«i««n«vn«KianapasTure, fruit 

igSHiffi 


tory, HW heat, patio, paved 
driveway. Good wafer. 7Vi miles 


2S3 


COUNTIYliOKS 

•aJPUOraiTIES 


7.3 ACRES 
COUNTRY HOME 


Prime arable land fenced and 
crosvfanced^ horses and cat¬ 
tle. Barn with tack room, box 
stalls, and mllkir>o stall, storage 
shed. 7-vr.-oW, spacious, mod¬ 
uli’ room 

off klt<^, 4 BR's, 3 baths. 2 
^5*l*****^^f**'*' fbermopane 
windows, Rl rec room in full 
basemf, Inter-com, Bl oven plus 
many more features. ^Iced at 
1139,m MLS. 

W. MICHAELS DR J. HDWES 
THE PERMANENT 477-0141 


COUNTRY SETTING 
lACRE 

Large beautifully maintained 
famllv home offering over 2100 
sq. ft. of affordable lamlly liv¬ 
ing. Landscaped on 1 side figu¬ 
rine fountain pool. Pasture for 1 
horse on other, 3 stalls. 2 car 
garage. Many features to ac- 
comnwdatt the growing famllv. 
A pleasure to show, so call now. 
Excl. 

388-4434 JACKKINNIS 721-S077 
WESTAADNT REALTY 
(1980) LTD. 


OPEN HOUSE 

10408 Resfhaven Dr., Sidney 
1:306;30 P.M. Sat. & Sun. 
You will be more than pleased 
after viewing this quality, spa- 
ctoys home with Its many desir¬ 
able features. Floor to open 
c^r ceiling rock hrepldce, at¬ 
tractive In-law suite with fire¬ 
place. Extra Jot with access 
from Collnwood, or purchase the 
home segaratelv. MLS. 

Bill Ratlllffe 6566517 

Gordon HulmeLtd. 656-1154 


Country Acres 


TUCKED AWAY on a dead-end 
rural road, this HIGH VIEW 3.35 
acre prope^ offers peaceful 

brick FP In living room. Elding 


brick FP In living room. Sliding 
glassdoors to SUNNY south-fac¬ 
ing SUNDECK. Plenty of expan¬ 


sion room here. Close to city. 
Exclusive. 

ERNIE BRIMBLECOMBE 
477-7291 3846075 (Pgr. 969) 

D.F.H. REAL ESTATE LTD. 


A FRAME 
3/4 ACRE 

Located walking distance to 
Sooke village. Sits well back on a 
nicely freed lot. High vaulted 
ceHIng in living room, 2 huge 
bdrms, 2 baths, (^lev kitchen, 
thermal windows phis saparate 
storage shed plus much more. To 
view this new listing contact 
BILL KOZAK 642-3709 or CAS¬ 
TLE PROPERTIES LTD. 
3866164. 


HORSE LOVERS 
4ACRES + H0ME 


Located in AAetchosin. 7 yr. old 
1400 sq. ft. full bsmt. home. 
LoadM with amenities. Also 
larM 42x24 workshop or garage 
with grease p«. Land Is level, 
cleared and all fenced. Onlv 
11394)00. 

386-3231 RAY MILAN 592-7525 
BLOCK BROS. REALTY LTD. 


_Living__ 

32X20', rec-room 18X18'. AAaster 
bedroom 16X15'and 5 more bed¬ 
rooms. Fully Insulated, Cedar 
roof. Set on .72 acre fenced and 
landscaped. The fireplace Is IM¬ 
PRESSIVE I with a iewelery 
rock hearth. A must to see If you 
want a different honw. Call Ml N 
DUKE 7486330or 7466177. Nan- 
almo Realty (Duncan) Ltd. 


SAANICH 
HOBBY FARM 

2% good acres, part for animals 
and part fw- gardening. There Is 
a very different, very nice 36 
bedroom home, wlfh everything 
In prime condition. (MLS) 
Priced at 1121,000, call now to 
view. NEIL R. AAACOONALO 
386-3494 (24hrs). 


UNPROFITABLE FARM IN 
wilds of Saseenos, short shallow 
creek, oum barn, sheds, house, 


SAANICH PENINSULA 
PROPERTIES LTD. 
2354 Beacon Ave., Sidney 
6566000 


^KE, FOR SALE 2 LARGE 
lots, quiet area, may take older 
troiler towing car In trade. 117,- 
900.642-5655. 


2S« W ATgfNO HT 
PNOratTKS 


"UPLANDS'' 

A very spacious waterfront 
home In a most desirable loca- 
tlon ov^looklng the Yacht Club 
and Cadboro Bay, with an ever- 
changing marina view. 

A tow bMtgatow style with brick 
faca^ and cedar shake roof. It 
has 2 storeys on the view side 
affording you views from most 
rooms In the home. Spacious 
li ving room with formal marble 
fireplace, sep. dining room, 
lar(» family kitchen with built-in 
co^ centre, dishwasher and 
garburator. The breakfast area 
overlooks the 16'x32' heated 
swimming pool and patio area. 
4 large bedrooms on the main 
ttojor, master has full bath Ih- 
sulte and walk-in closet. The rec¬ 
reation room has a beautiful 
rort tirartace wall and wet bar. 
A 5th bedroom and bath 
and games room and office com¬ 
plete t^lmw level. Exclu¬ 
sive, listed at 12954)(M. For Infor¬ 
mation or an appointment please 
call; 

SJ’TSI Tow Bartow 477-9859 
595-1535 JohnJankins 388-5464 

BOORMAN INVESTMEnTcO^ 
LTD. 


WATERFRONT 

PENTHOUSE 

LUXURY 

A superb WATERFRONT 
PENTHOUSE, wito reception 
hall, largellving room with fire- 

breakfast room-cum-conserva- 
toiy, and 2 bedrooms. Master 
bedroom with dressing room and 
full ensulte. 2 bathrooms. 49' 
rooftop terrace offering total se¬ 
clusion and magnificent views. 2 
view balconies. A uniqw and 
exclusive PENTHOUSE resi- 
dw»o8 situated on the Gorge WA¬ 
TERFRONT. EXCLUSIVE. 
11S9,(M0. 

TEDWALFORD 
^Ida;^ Office Office (24 hrs.) 
598-14W 477-1841 

Block Bros. Realty Ltd. 


IKEMmi 


29.58 a 


...J8 acres 
4 miles from Duncan 
Approx. 1800ft. of seafront 
Panoramic view Cowlchan Bay 

Guest cottage 
Hydro and telephone 
AsklfM 1165,000 

DUNCAN REALTY LTD. Phone 
Bob Chambers office 748-3156, 
res. 7466406. 


2ACRES 


Mill Bay waterfront with wharf 
andftoalr^ ^ 


-2 bedroom home, large 

Mvlng room. 2 bathrooms and 
dining area, guest room, large 
garage and carport, fruit frees 
and oarden area, paved drive- 


CORDOVA BAY-BY OWNER 
Sandy beach, ocean front, mod- 
ero, 3 level home. 3 bedrooms. 
2% baths, den, TV area. Wood 
therrno-pane windows. Heatila- 
tor firapiace. Electric furnace. 
(Extra bedroom In seml-fln- 
ished basement). 1187,000. 
658-8934. No agents please. 


IF YOU ENJOY OUTDOOR 
sp^, hunting, fishing, boating. 
Lake Cowlchan has if all. Six l 
acre waterfront lots, located 4 
of Youbou on the 
BCFP North Shore Rd. 478-3022 


SAA NICH INLET WATER- 
2 family home. 
1149,W. Phone days 656-6612, 
after 6pm. 652-2008. 


2SI CONDOKWIUMS 


JACK MEARS 
OAK BAY REALTY LTD. 



2194 OAK BAV 


Where Trust Is 
The Basis Of All Business 


BETTER THAN RENT 

Quiet, clean, 2 bedroom 
apartment In excellent 
building Including sauna, 
turbo bath, hobby room. 

K mes room. L-shap^ liv- 
^dlnlng room, oallev kit¬ 
chen, quality appliances. 
Good storage. Esquimalt 
area. 11M% first mortgage. 
Asking IM.OOO. BILL 
AAcCARTER at 592-3970 Of 
598-3321. 


BEAUTY ON A 
BUDGET! 

Would you like to own your 
home? A^oximatelv 14,000 
could get you Into this one 
bedroom condo close to 
shops and bus. Underground 
parking, sauna and swTrlpool 
are some of the extras. 
Southern exposure makes It 
and cosy, there Is a 


locker plus ensulte storage 
and all tor I26j?00. To view 
please call AAARKIE MUNN 
or MARJ NAPPER at 
598-3321 anytime. 


Relocation Services Canada 


m 


IN-TOWN PURCHASER 
MUST HAVE GROUND 
FLOOR SUITE, 2 BED¬ 
ROOMS (OR 2 BED- 
R(X)MS PLUS DEN) EN- 
SUITE LAUNDRY 
DESIRABLE BUT NOT 
ESSENTIAL, PRIVATE 
PATIO AS SHE IS STILL 
A GARDENER. CLOSE 
TO BUS AND SHOP¬ 
PING, AND LEVEL 
(NOT HILLY) FOR 
WALKING. ROYAL 
WOODS, ROCKLAND, 
FAIRFIELD AREAS 
PREFERRED. IF YOU 
HAVE SUCH A PROP¬ 
ERTY, PLEASE CALL. 
MURRAY ROTHSCHILD 
477-0191 477-9393 

DALE YOUNG 
477-0191 388-6275 

(Por.2561) 

Royal Trust 


JUST LISTED 
STADACONACENTRE 
LUXURY 
ONE BEDROOM 
LARGE PATIO 
ASKING$59,900 

Only three years old, this beauti¬ 
ful apartment home FACES 
WEST on to quiet Stadacona 
Avenue. Located on second floor 
In preferred Somerset House 
which houses the INDOOR 
HEATED SWIMMING POOL, 
sauna, swirlpool and changing 
rooms; spacious TUDOR 
LOUNGE; championship-size 
billiard table; ho^ and crafts 
room; TUDOR LIBRARY with 


picture window looking out on 
P^. SUPERB TRErt GAR¬ 
DEN COURTS WITH FOUN- 


_COURTS WITH FOUN 

TAINS. Neighborhood shopping 
without leaving the complex. 
UNDERGROUND PARKING 
and storage locker included. 
LOW taxes (1556.97 GROSS). 
Close to all amenities both in Oak 
Bay and city. NOTE: PRESENT 
TENANT HAS ONE YEAR 
LEASE AT 14(M PER MONTH. 
WITH ELEVEN MONTHS TO 
GO. SO EARLY OCCUPANCY 
IS NOT POSSIBLE UNLESS 
OTHER ARRANGEMENTS 
SATISFACTORY TO THE TEN¬ 
ANT CAN BE MADE. Clear title. 
For additional information or 
awointment to view please call 
ROBERT YOUNG, 5926191 or 
388-6275 (Pager 2494) or 3836124 
anytime. Park Pacific Invest¬ 
ments Ltd. 


1 . 1:304 

#202-848 
ESQUIMALT RD. 


Tastefully decorated, spacious, 
2-BR, corner suite. Nice views. 
Many extras. A must see. New 
on the market. EXCL. Your host¬ 
ess: 

CONNY YASEY 4776751 

THE PERMANENT 4776141 

(24 hrs.) 


2DELUXE 
CONDOMINIUMS 


Each has 2 BR's. 2 baths, 1000 
plus sq. ft., pools (sauna and 
swim), tudor library, games 


room,private patios or roof gai 
den. Close to all services. Priced 


at 179,9(» and 186,500. Stadacona 
cenfreof course! I 
HARVEY MERRITT 652-9370 
THE PERMANENT 4776141 


ASYOU LOOK 
THROUGH 
THESE ADS... 


'm sure you've begun to realize 
lust how Incredibly high the cost 
of housing can be. That's vrhy I'd 


- ousingca 
like to point out the rare Invest¬ 
ment that this property pro¬ 
vides. This spacious condomln- 
um Includes all appliances, 
large living rm, swirl pool, 
workshop, rec. facilities, and a 
superb location near parks, 

isss-AffS.asssii's,"’''' 

D.F.H. REAL ESTATE LTD. 




ROWN 
ROS on 
LANSMARD 


"Peopt* H«<p4n9 P*opl« " 


625 ADMIRALS ROAD 
Early Possession 


Bright, clean, spacious 2-bed- 
--baths,' . 


room unit. 1*/i baths, wall to wall 
«r^t. Low assessment. 

JOE RICKARD 6561628 

CEC PEARCE 658-1050 

or 3866771 (anytinie) 


IDEAL 

CONDOMINIUM LIVING 
EXCLUSIVE 
ATTRACTIVe 

1) Royal Woods. 

One BR. Could be two. Top 
floor. Cathedral celllna large 
rooms. Seh-contalrv^bull^ 
Ing. Tennis Court, Swimming 
Pool, Sauna, Workshi^ Ll- 
brary. Lounge, etc. iSSjno. 

2) Near University. 2 BRs. 
very well kept. Clean. Faces 
wesj^About 1000 sq. ft. 

CALL: JOHN HOLMS at 
3B6-7521. 

BOORMAN INVESTMENT CO. 
LTD., 612 Fort St. 


2 BEDROOM CONDO FOR 
rent, lan per month. Washer, 
dryer, dishwasher. IW bath- 
roonn .5 Prefer mature couple. 




Owner will carry mortgage If 
necessary. 386992? 


WANTED TO BUY, 2-BEO- 
room condominium. Oak Bay 
district. Victoria Press Box 769. 


2SI cmmnm% 


C-13 


1440 

BEACH DRIVE 

victoria's most prestl- 
olous condominium. This 
large 1535 sq.ft, unit has It 
all 

CHEtK THESE FEATURES 
—2 largebrlght & sunny BR's, 2 
full baths 

—large DR, entertainment size 
livlngroom 

—luxurious w/w carpeting 
-6 appliance kitchen with toads 
of cabinets 

—pood size den, large balcony 
—Tn-sulte laundry with plenty of 
storage 

—security controlled under¬ 
groundparking li storage locker 
—workshop, sauna, hydro 
therapy swirl pool, game 
room 

—ocean views, marina, Olympic 
Mts.,Mt. Baker 

—walking distance to Oak Bay 
Village 

Priced to sell $143,500 
Shown by appointment 
only. 592-4188 

No agents please. 


ROOFGARDEN 


MANAGED BY OWNERS. 
EXCELLENT FINANCIAL 
STATEMENT 

1— MASTER BEDROOM WITH 
F^^LL BATHROOM EN 

2— LARGE 2ND BEDROOM OR 
DEN. 

3— STEP-SAVING KITCHEN 
WITH DISHWASHER 

♦-LARGE LIVING ROOM AND 
DINING ROOM 

5— BUILT-IN WASHER AND 
DRYER 

6— WALL-TO-WALL CARPET 
(NEUTRAL) THROUGH 

7— LUXURY DRAPES IN 
CLUDED. 

8— LARGE, SUNNY ROOF 
GARDEN ADJOINING 
YOUR LIVING ROOM. 

ALL THIS PLUS POOL, 
SAUNA, ENTERTAINMENT 
FACILITIES. UNDERCOVER 
PARKING AND LOVELY GAR 
DEN FOR THE LOW PRICE OF 
1107,900. PHONE NOW 
3886271 MR. FRASER 479-1424 
3886271 MR. JOHNSON 592-3573 
J.H.WHITTOMEgi CO. LTD 


SUMMERGATE 

VILLAGE 


A community designed for the 
. Ws 


lifestyle of active aduTts 


♦ Recreation center with indoor 
pool, billiards, woodworking 
shop, dance hall, library 8, more 


♦ Display homes on site - a van 
ety of enertzv efficient floor plans 
to choose from - some homes 
ready for Immediate occupancy. 


e Come and meet our residents 
and you'll see why Sumniergate 
Village is the place to live. 


Turn West Off Pat Bay at 
McTavIsh Road. (Airport turn 
off), then Right on Canora to the 
Entry Gates. 


DEALER 6155 PHONE 6561414 


LAUREL POINT 
LUXURY 
MUST BE SOLD 


_500. (MLS) for this lovelv 

2-bdrm., 2 bathrm. suite which 
overlooks the swimming pool 
and Inner Harbour. All appli¬ 
ances are included, these are 
fridge, stove, dishwasher, wash 
er and dryer. This suite has 
never been occupied by the 
owner. Call now to view. 

KENHIGHTON 

477-7291 (Bus.) 3869235 (Res.) 

D. F. H. REAL ESTATE LTD 


12 % 


Yes If YOU can qualify, you can 
finance one of our remaining 
deluxe WATERFRONT CON 
DOMINIUMS (2 bdrms, 2 full 
bathroom, 3 first line appli 
ances, plush W to W carpets, 
drapes, 5 rms & 2 patios, central 
H. water heat, extra parking all 
within Victoria city limits) and 
onlv 15' or 20' from the water's 
edge. Cash to handle 125,000. and 
the balance at 12% (while they 
last). Open days l to 4 except 
Monday 8, Tuesday. Phone 
382-4312 Of 382-8239. eves, call 
477-4662. 

Dickie Agencies Ltd. 
630SeaforthAve. 


CONDOMINIUM 
WITH A COUNTRY 
ATMOSPHERE 
$43,000.00 

This sunny, 2-bedroom condo Is 
situaied In a unique family 
oriented development. Extras 
include a complex with a (james 
room, sauna and swimming 
pool. Good financing available 
Excellent accomnxxlatlon at an 
affordable price, new MLS. 
HURRY CALL NOW CHERI 
TIFFANY 3863494 (24 hrs.). 
CENTURY 21 Western Homes 
Ltd. 

1037 Ctoverdale Ave. 
3860-3494 (24hrs.) 


ALL THIS FOR 
$45,900 

This 2-bed. 1% bath suite has 
nearly^LlW^j ft. of living area 


with features Including ensulte 
laundry, large walk-ln closet and 


dressing area in Master Bed, 
loads of storage and private 

§ atlo. Located Jn attractive 

ull"*-- - * 


Jllding lust steps from the 
Gor(»e waterway on quiet dead¬ 
end street. New^^p. 


381-3131 Brendaerils 479-0335 

REALTY WORLD 
McLeod & Associates 


DELUXE 
TOWNHOUSE 

with sll 


3 t>®9r«fT« — l '/2 bathrooms 
kitchen — Dining room 


- _...lng room 

sliding glass doors to se¬ 
cluded patio — Living room with 
open fireplace—Across the road 
from Royal Colwood Golf 
Course. Full price 157,000. Good 
terms. Act quickly. Call: 


PETER BROWN 
P.R. BROWN & SONS 
LTD., 385-3435 


tUnVif ^Irrlr 

iSraltit iLii'i. 


LAUREL POINT 

2 bedroom units with 5 appli 
ances, varying floor plans and 


DELUXE 

UNIVERSITY PARK 

Only a few 2 bdrm. condos tor 
sale In this building. A special 
one on the 2nd floor has been 
newly listed Includes stove, 
fridge, good size rooms. Sauna, 
hydro pool, pool room, hospital 
Ify room, covered parking. 
Dandy mortgage of 134,300. 


10%^ 1325 per month. Price 


MARGARET JOHNSTON 
477-1763 or 3846001 
Royal Trust 


SOUTHERN 

EXPOSURE 

ESQUIMALT 

Spacious and sunny 2-bedroom 
condominium in a 14-unit build- 
Inq. I’/i baths. Eastern window 
In the dining room. Low monthly 
maintenance and taxes. Vendor 
will assist with financing. Priced 
137,000. 

ErnaEllsay 


Page 345 477-1841 

Block Bros. Realty Ltd. 




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C-14 

2St 


« PLACE 

9*^ ‘UKurtow* bu4M- 

r«. Ijua WliKhor Rd. corner of 
Windsor end Newport. Pool, 
suene, party room, steam room, 
swirl pool, ro^ parden, bart>e- 
cw coort, wortcshop. locked un¬ 
der ground parkina 

1440 sq. ft. park view. 3 beef- 
rooms, I'/i baths, large living 
room with partial sea view, 
washer and dryer, dining room, 
kitchen with a window and a 
pantry, top of the line appli¬ 
ances. oold plated taps, luxuri¬ 
ous wall-to-wall carpet. 

3<54>99124hr answering service 

906 SOUTHGATE ST. 
BEACON HILL PARK 
SATURDAY 
OPEN HOUSE 2-4p.m. 

2 bednxm condominium units In 
a v^v choice location. Walk to 
t^ Inner harbour or to Cook St. 
shopping centre. Fireplace, San 
pllances. and son drapes IncloP- 
e;d Priced at $69,000. and 
$90,000. 

TAYLOR 

477-0191 381-9485 

.^.^IRLEYMOLLBERG 
384-8001 478-5327 

Royal Trust 

AAore for vour Money 
3 Bdrms. —$30,900 

Why settle for a 1 bdrm. condo 
a tovelv 3 bdrm. Is avail¬ 
able at this low price? Lovely 
carpetina 2 feature walls, im- 
madulate corutltlon. Close to 
Ocean, rec centre, schools, bus. 

Don't miss out on this 
deliimtful buy. Call your favorite 
real^ or me today I MLS. 

«w.,,, OladyceMcLure 

Brvon Price & Assoc. 

WATERFRONT 

CONDO 

830 Sq. Ft. one bedroom condo — 
360 Dallas Rd. — Covered park¬ 
ing. BEAUTIFUL VIEWS Of the 
Straits and Sooke Hills. To view 
call: 

THEPRIMGAAROS S9S-0306 
or 477-7131 

SEASPRAY 
PROPERTIES LTD. 

PERHAPS 
ESQUIAAALrSBEST 
CONDOVALUE 
This Is a well-maintained, adult 
oriented buildlr>g convenient to 
busline and sinking. Almost 
1000 so. ft. of werfald out living 
space Gross taxes (79) $522.62. 
Possession 30 days. MLS. 44091. 
At. $41,900. you will not be disap¬ 
pointed. 

GARY RESTELL 478-6987 
MONTREALTRUST 386-2111 

OPEN 1:3(U SUN. 

#408-1124 

ESQUIMALTRD. 

E xcellent 1200 so. ft. condo with¬ 
in walkino distance of shopping, 
trans. and schools. 3 bdrm, wide 
spacious hallways, In-sulte stor- 
^^lews from dinino area. 

ro'sasiegenthaler 

^OCKBROS. REALTyTtd” 

$31,900 

Well kept one bedroom condo¬ 
minium close to town, all appli¬ 
ances and drapes included. 

Well kept 3 bedroom townhouse 
with IV 7 baths, L-shaped living 
room. Close to bus route. Priced 
at $36,900. 

KIM ENG, 386-2955 or 477-9439. 
CENTURY 21 Mayfair Realty 
Ltd._ 

ONE BEDROOM 

SUNNY EXPOSURE 
Three, one-bedroom untts with 
sow views. Close to shopping 
andondirect bus routes! Call me 
today! MLS. 

ALAN PETERSEN 
477-7291 384-8075 (Pgr. 750) 

D.F.H. REAL ESTATE LTD. 


DINGLEYDELL 

Hampstead House. Priced for 
quick sale. Neat. 2 BR suite, fac¬ 
ing East, quiet location, 3rd 
floor. Appliance drapes includ¬ 
ed. Just $36,000. ML. Compare to 
market then call for furthJ^ In¬ 
formation and viewing. 
HERBMcDANNOLD 384-6768 
THE PERMANENT 382-9191 

CONDO 

$39,900 

3- bdrm. iVj bath, spacious 
ro^s. Living and dining room 
with sliding doors to private 
treed patio Laundry off kitchen. 
Low maintenance. Children and 
pets welcome. MARGUERITE 
GIST. 721-5220 or CASTLE 
PROPERTIES LTD., 386^164. 

LAUREL POINT 
$89,900 

Spacious immaculate apart¬ 
ment. 6 appliances, sundrapes, 2 

4- pce. batfirooms. 2 large bed¬ 

rooms. South exposure. Call: 
ROMA MOL YA^ 384-4827 

Royal Trust_384-8001 

VIEW-$47,500 

2 bedrooms, large master, I'/S 
bath. Open kitchen arrange- ' 
ment. "The WestpoH", EsquI- 
malt. 10% CCA. Vacant. 

HERBSMITH 
388-6275 (Pager 880) 

VIDCO_388-4232 

CLIENT WANTS 2 OR 3 BED- 
room condominium or town- 
house — Fairfield, Oak Bay. 
Gordon Head. 1000 to 1200 sq. 11. 
Up to $75,000. Take early posses¬ 
sion or wait til July. (Sill H. 
Hoctoson 382-3835, Lan Thomas 
384-91^ Douglas Hawkes Ltd. 
384-7128. 

TOP FLOOR 

Deiuxa 1 bedroom — amenities 
Include— Indoor swimming pool 
— svrtrl pool etc. — Full price 
$35,900. (mT.S.) 

381-2233 R.W. RHODES 479-9241 
OCEAN CITY REALTY LTD. 

1272 SQ.FT. OF LUXURIOUS 
retirement living in Summer- 
gate Village, with own lot and 
share In $500,000 recreation 
centre. Living room, dining 
room, family room, den. fire¬ 
place, 2 full baths, 2-bedroom$. 
For saleby owner. 6564)039. 

SOUTH FAIRFIELD 
OWNER offers spacious condo, 2 
beds, 1W baths, 5 min. Beacon 

or take wade on house. 381-5461. 

$41,500 

3 bdrms, conveniently located, 
children welcome. Call PAUL 
PETERSON 3864164, CASTLE 
PROPERTIES LTD. 

SEAVIEW, DALLAS RD., 1 
bedroom. By owner. Offers on 
$46,000.478-4960_ 

CONCRETE DOWNTOWN 
bachelor, saurta, pools, parking. 
$28,900.6584842 


2SI TOWNNOtfUS 



648 BROUGHTON 388«454 


"TOWNHOMES'' 

$79,500 

Modem contemporary and spa¬ 
cious and actually half of a stra¬ 
ta (^lex In elevated Selkirk 

Three bedrooms, seperete din¬ 
ing room, living room with fire- 

carport and minimum care 
fenced lot. Existino flnencing. 
Choice of seven unlta. 

BRENT D. EWING 

3864454 _(658-5561) 


2$9 TOWNNOUSES 

DELUXE 

TOWNHOUSE 

RtKKLAND 

$119,000 

The nicest townhouse and the 
nicest locetion In Rockland. The 
South end West exposures give 
you sunshine all day and there is 
even a large private garden. A 
quality home featuring — living 
room with fIrepUce — extra 
large dinino room—spacious de¬ 
luxe kitchen with eating area 
and adiolnino utility room — 
three blooms — three bath¬ 
rooms. You will be impressed 
with this new listing. 

IAN BOORMAN 

Off. 595-1535 Res. 592-3335 
BOORMAN INVESTMENT 

2045CAd8‘*‘^“°“ 


koSb^o^ BAY RD. 


TOWNHOUSE 

$46,900 

Desirable, 2-bedroom, corner 
unit with finished rec room, pri¬ 
vate, fenced patio and 4 good 
appliances. Convenlentiv locat¬ 
ed In Passn>ore Place which fea¬ 
tures pool, sauna and day care. 
Assume the existing $35,000 at 
11ki;i% due in Aug. 1981. A good 
deal so call fast. 

LEEWROBEL 
RANDYSMALL 

3884275 Pagers 865,654 
British American Realty Ltd. 
385-1431 

SWAN LAKE 
3BEDROOMS 

EXCELLENT ACCOMMODA¬ 
TION — 3 bedrms, nearly 1200 
sq. ft. of living area, quiet street, 
fenced rear yard, and nwe! 
GOOD CONDITION, nicely 
decorated and very.well kept. 
Priced at $49,500. Exclusive. 
Come see! 

CLIFF HALAYKO 
477-7291 384-8075 (pgr. 480) 

D.F.H. REAL ESTATE LTD. 


3 BEDROOMS 
$51,900 

immcauiate and spacious 3- 
bdrm Townhouse, conveniently 
located close to schols, park and 
Crystal Pool. A TERRIFIC BUY 
with 10V4% Mtge. due June/'82, 
to view please call: 

GRETA HOFMEISTER 477-7131 
Seaspray Properties Ltd. 

UVICAREA 

12 executive townhouses to be 
built adiacent to university of 
Victoria. Each 3 BR, 2'/, bath, 
fireplaces, bsmnt., etc. Best se¬ 
lection at this tinr>e. For detail, 
viewing, plans, etc. contact ex¬ 
clusive agent. 

HERBMcDANNOLD 3844768 
THE PERMANENT 382-9191 

OPEN DAILY2-4 
#37-933 ADMIRALS 

Don't miss this vacant, 34)ed- 
room townhome. Lovely views 
over the harbour. Asking $71,900. 
For further information call 
John Moiyard at 386^3585 res. 
3844827, Victoria Realty Ltd 

WATERFRONT 

Four Luxurious 2 br . town homes 
on picturesque Gorge Water¬ 
way. • 

from $110,000 

TULL DEVELOPMENTS LTD 
592-0662_479-0244 

LARGE 3 BEDROOM PLUS 
townhouse. i*/j baths, patio, sun- 
deck, finished basement. Under- 
cover parking, $52,900.479-5453 

PRIVATE SALE. 3 BEDROOM 
townhouse. Swan Lake area. 
383-8308 evenlftgs. 

20 BAIUBES FOB SALE, 
BENT OR WANTED 

NEAR COLWOOO CORNERS, 
commercial 17x32x16' high 
workshop. 4787356. 


20 


NOOSES WANTED 
TO BUY 


. WANTED! 
WANTED! 

1 urgently require the following 
for clients: 

1) Gordon Head — Prov. Gov't 
professional requires 1400 sq. ft. 
on main floor, full bsmt., not a 
busy street. June possession up 
to $110,000. 

2) Richmond East/Foul Bay 
Rd. area bungalow, 3 bedrooms, 
basement, for mofher ond2 UVIc 
sons up to $85,000. May or earlier 
possession 

3) South Oak Bay — S. West 
exposure, 3 bdrms., basement, 
up to $95,000. Possession to be ar¬ 
ranged. 

4) Rockhelghts/Parkiands. 4- 
bedrooms, full basement. May 
possession up to 
$90,000. PLEASE CALL: 

ROMA MOL YARD 
^ . 384-4827 (eves.) 

Royal Trust_384-8001 

WANTED—$100,000 

New or modern 3 bedroom fam¬ 
ily home In Central Saanich or 
Saanich, prefer good sized lot 
and possibly some views. Pos¬ 
ses^ May 1. — can view with 
cllwdcxT) short notice. Please call 
SU^N or JACK BETTS 477-4042 
or Off: 385-2481. 

Swinerton, Stewart Clark, Ltd. 
_Realty World 

YOUNG VICTORIA COUPLE 
looking for 3 bdrm. hof^ In any 
goodareauptottS^m. Plusde- 
yek^ interest in building 
tots in Marigold, Glanford Park, 
Gorge or Swan Lake areas. If 
youYe thinking of selling and 
your property fits any of the 
aboj^ description, ^ease call 
RltK O'KANE 595-2996 or 
386-6164 CASTLE PROPER- 
TIESLTD. 

LISTINGS 

WANTED 

Victoria Realty Ltd., small hold¬ 
ings, farms, land any size want¬ 
ed: Qym 15 year*' experience In 
sales on Southern Vancouver Is¬ 
land. Phone Woody Mott, 
386-3585, res. 479-9467. 

FROM ONTARIO 

G<^ pro Is tooking for 2 or 3 
be^oom honse near Camosun 

Up to $70,000 cash. 

5^31(« BENGREIG 381-2233 
OCEAN CITY REALTY LTD. 

LADY IN MOTEL 

Urgently requires 2 bedroom 
condominium or townhouse In 
nice adult comptex. Early pos¬ 
session. Price negotlabto. 
5^3105 BEN^EIG 381-2233 
(yiEAN CITY REALTY LTD. 

ALBERTA RETIREE 

Requires 2 or 3 bedroom home in 
a nice area. A view should help 
but Is not a must. Up to $125,000. 
Cash. 

W8-31p5 BENGREIG 381 2233 
OCEAN CITY REALTY LTD. 

$40,000-$59,000 
^ six properties under $604)00 
In January. Will dlscusi wlfho^ 
oWIgat^. Call PAUL PETER- 
SONT 384-2835 or 386-6164. 
CASTLE PROPERTIES LTD. 

PRIVATE 

Widow requires 3 bedroom 
home, E^imalt-Vlew Royal- 
Fairfield, substantial cash 
downpayment. 478-0994 after 
5pm. 

HOMES 

2 bedroom with or without base- 
njent. Insmedlaterebly. Call 
477-0191 SYLSHU^A 595-1337 

Royal Trust 


rvary 26ith. Reply giving toca- 
tton, size and price to victoria 
Press Box 772. No agents please. 


2K 


HOUSES WANTED 
TO BUY 


LOCALCOUPLE 

Require two or three bdrm home 
suitable for rental InvestmMt. 
Cash. Maximum $60,000. Call 

386-1296 res. 

PRAIRIE CLIENTS 

I have been In contact with nu¬ 
merous Calgarv and Edmmton 
people wishing to purchase 
nonves In Victoria over the next 
couple of months. If you have 
been contemplating selling, 
piMie call. Your Inquiry will be 
treated In confidence with no 
obligation. CHRIS GREIG 
3886164 or 386-1296 res. CASTLE 
PROPERTIES LTD. 

WANTTOSELL 
WITHOUT A FUSS?? 

I have qualified buyers for the 
fol towing; 

1. OAK BAY —2 or 3 bedrooms, 
O.K. If needs a little work or 
decorating. Up to $95,000 or will 
consider townhouse. 

2. DEAN PARK ESTATES — 3 
bedrooms and view over for Al¬ 
berta co^e. Upto$1304)00. 

3. GORDON HEAD — 3 bed¬ 
room family home up to $904)00 
range. Prefer quiet area and 
basement. 

JUDY JOHNSON 
477-0191 477-0191 (24 hrs.) 

Royal Trust 

$150,000 

HOME REQUIRED 

A doctor with an expanding fam¬ 
ily is now looking for a 4 to 5 
bdrm. family home. He would 
like some sort of view but not 
critical If the rest of the home 
fits. If you own such a property 
pleaMcall PETER VINCENT at 
CASTLE PROPERTIES 
386-6164 or 5984375 res. 

URGENTLY 

REQUIRED 

2 bedroom oortoomlnium for 
out of town purchaser here 
for short period. Good area 
up to $80,000. Please call 
AURJ NAPPE R at 385-3801 
evenings or MARK I E 
MUNN at 658-5658 evenings. 

JACKMEARS 
OAK BAY REALTY LTD. 

CASH CLIENTS 
Wish to buy home with 2-3 
bedrms. Basement If possible. 
Phone Victor Wong 592-5454. 
Byron Price and Assoc. Ltd. 

, CASH PAID 

If your house Is suitable for 
rental purposes call my Agents 
Lee Wrobei arto Randy Small. 
385-1431. Brltisn An>erican Re- 
alty Ltd. 

PRIVATE 

Want older home. I will purchase 
for cash. 479-2209_ 

WANTED - RETIREMENT, 
small house or strata, 2-bdr., 1'/^ 
bath, F.P., victoria, Saanich. 
Victoria Press Box 723. 


2-3 bedroom home or duplex with 
basement, private. 477-7955 
(please persist). 

Ml usnueswiuinD 



ROWN 
ROS on 
LANSHARD 


PMpta HWpmg P*opt« 

PEOPLE HELPING 
PEOPLE SINCE 1918 
If you are contemplatino selling, 
experience, courtesy ar>d under¬ 
standing are as near as your 

Try 38S-8771 anytime and ask for 
CEC PEARCE, BROWN BROS. 
AGENCIES LTD. 

CONSIDER THIS 

I need listings In the Western 
Community and promise Honest 
Dependable Service. As I am 
lust getting re-started in the 
area — I will give you and vour 
home the best service possible. I 
want you to be so pleased you will 
refer me to your friends and 
neighbours. Please call 
PATTHERRIEN 
642-5138 or Office 382-8101 
National Trust Co. (Douglas) 

CONSIDERING SELLING? 

top market price evaluation In 
Cj^al and North Saanich or 
Sidney, please call: 

Dick SparkeR.I.(B.C.) 
656-5584 652-4661 

BLOCK BROS. REALTY Lm 


CONDOMINIUMS WANTED 

_SCOTT USBORNE 

477-7291 or 3881418 (Res.) 
D.F.H. REAL ESTATE LTD. 


CONDOMINIUMS WANTED 
LYNN HOL/^S—386-6762 
LANDMARK ^OPERTIES 

ALL STAR REALTY LTD. 
Homes-Condomlnlums Wanted 
JIM WEST _ 386-1255 

270 EXCNANBE 
BEALECTATE 

Downtown Investnnent 
Commercial Building 
Trades Considered 

Equity of $125,000. Full price 
$^5,()(». Fully leased to yield 
ebsqh^ net before financing of 
$32,000 P.A. Will consider trades 
up or down of apartments, com¬ 
mercial or residential. Call 
Peter Akaroefts 9923407. 

MARGE TTS& GOWER 
OAK BAY PROPERTIES LTD. 


WOT-HAV-U? 


II trade up for larger Victoria 
residence, revenue or commer- 
clal ppty. Have clear title 
($125,0&). Exec. Chalet on 2.(A 
acres (sub^llvidable) at Shawnl- 
gan Lk. Owners or agents please 
contact. 

HERBMcDANNOLD 3886768 
THE permanent 382-9191 

32' GRAND BANKS, SUPER 
family Cruiser with VHF, 
soync^,^nohy and owe. $69,- 
500. Vendor will consider a lux¬ 
ury auto or Real Estate In trade. 
John Allen, Von Isle Marina, 
656-1138._ 

OWNER WILL TRADE EQ 


1 • /III a.TV 

m iwsHwuu 

5ACRES 
SMILE CIRCLE 

This beautiful property has va¬ 
riety, treed, n>eadows and some 
^ve ponds and view. Five to 
chooHjfrom. Compare a city tot 
of 6,^ SO. ft. X $5 * M,000 
Ow^ac^5,00psq.ft. XM«^ 

$79,900. No drive by. Must be 
s<^n by walkino them over. 

Phone 479-6022 or 
479-2150.• 

SHAWNIGAN LAKE 
WATERFRONT 

boat and swimmlna pool — 
OCTOss the road SO* X W for your 
by fhe lake. Asking 

$384X10. Call: 

Res 9»?19S?S88-7868 

Evan Williams, 388-5464 Pgr. 745 

DUNSMUIR 
PROPERTIES LTD. 

VIEW- 

SEA AND ISLANDS 
.25 acre, all services, area 
of fine homes Dean Park. 
Gorgeous view. Only 
$46,300. C^M Ted Dale 
382-8101. ^ 

National Trusf Co. 
(Douglas) 


271 


SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1980 

LmmSAU 271 LOTSFOBSAU 



WE HAVE IT ALL 

Sunny seaviews. meadows, pri¬ 
vate lanes, rocky outcrops, treed 


ti jy%j TV __ 

that sptdal spot for your new 
custom rtsidence, visit us at 
Broadf^ad. a community of 
quality honm, creatad with care 
to preserve and compliment Its 
unique natural beauty. 

New homesites art now being 
seated, visit our otfica displav 
home and we will be leased to 
show you homesites whiDt are 
currently being developed for 
sale, and also areas which are 
now Wng planned for develop¬ 
ment In the neer future. 

TAKE THE FIRST 
STEPTO 

BETTER LIVING! 

^Vliltusatour 
^icedtsplay home, 

950 RoyaTOM Olve 
8:30 A.M.-5:(X) P.M. 658-5291 
or call 

Jeannie Dewhurst 

Royal Trust Corp. 

384-8001 or 658-8980 

INTRODUCING 
HARBOURVIEW 
TERRACE 
PHASE I 


lots, each approx. V» 
•ere, jon>e with lovelv views. On 
city water, tele, and hy^. close 
to East Sooke Park. From $15r 
500 with very attractive financ¬ 
ing. Further info with: 
DAVEREID mike MYERS 
478-7375 478-6349 

BLOCK BROS. REALTY 
478-5561 


COACH HOUSE 

REALTY LTD. 381-S255 


ACREAGE 

10 acre lot, well treed with 
views. Country atmo¬ 
sphere. Metchosin area. 
Full price—$44,500. 

Tom Gardner — 
Res. 598-2192. Office 
381-5255. 

GONZALES BAY 
SEAV(EWS 

Building lot over 8,000 $q. ft. Oak 
Bay border. Open to otters. Call 
anytime. 

FRANK SALE PAGER 738 
THEPERAAANENT 382-9191 

TOWNHOUSING 

Townhouse zoned (RT 2) with de¬ 
velopment permit, approx. 
M,4» sa ft. Prime Gordon Head 
locatiqn, $7.00 sa ft. For detail 
contact exclusive agent. 
HERBMcDANNOLD 3844768 
THE PERMANENT 382-9191 




ferk f^cific 


Dean Park Estates 

BMutItuI treed and ocean view 
lots. One-third acre and fully ser¬ 
viced. Located In North Saanich 
near Panorama Leisure Centre 
Site office open dally from 10:30 
to4:30. Phone 656-7041 or 
(3eorge Black 382-2426 
3884275, Pager 930 
383-4124 anytime 
Park Pacific Investments Ltd. 

$39,900 

MDRETHANA 
LARGE LDT! 

Tl^t Is the price for 10 (that's 
right, TEN) acres of gently slop¬ 
ing treed property. Hold it, build 
on It, picnic on It, but be sure to 
boy It. Located near Sooke (you 
didn't expect (Gordon Head). 
Make an otter as this Is the last 
and best of a 3 tot parcel. MLS. 

NEILRAWNSLEY 595-1507 
MONTREALTRUST 386-2111 

NORTH SAANICH 
TREED 1 ACRE 
BUILDING LOTS 
$35,50O-$36,SO0 
Each and every lot at 
LANDSEND ESTATES 
backs onto a commonly owned 
60-ACRE WILDERNESS PARK 
and shall be serviced by 
Municipally maintained 
and water mains 
North SMnich Water System 
For brochure please contact 
RkA •♦ Douglas Hawkes Ltd. 
771-516) _384-7128 

BUILDING LOT 
2.35 ACRES 
$29iPpO 

Propertv Is flat, street levrt, 
m^y treed, oood soil. La 
cated In a controls subdivl- 
sJon north of Shawnigan in 
the Cobble Hill area. Enloy 
ttw country atmosphere with 
urban conveniences. Full de¬ 
tails by phonlno B. E. JEF- 
at 598-3321 or 




JACKMEARS 
OAK BAY REALTY LTD. 



B.C. LAND 

AND INSURANCE 
AGENCY LTD. 


Build to ^it 

We have 9 tots in View Royal on 
which we will —'— - 

home to 
backing 0 
478-siaM 


v^lch we will custom build a 
^ Laroe tots 


NORTH SAANICH 
1 ACRE 

Municipal water, hydro, hard- 
^ace. roads . SjBfvIce these 5 
^ce tots which are ready to 
bu^^ld 00 . Zp^ Rural 3. $37,500 
rX * one-acre lofs. 

$39^ for the 1.64 acre lot. For 
fyrmer Information please call 
either: 

BIIIRemple TedWalford 

658-5794 598-1420 

Office 477-1841 

BLOCK BROS. REALTY LTD. 




Park Pacific 


DEAN PARK ESTATES 
ThrM exceptional lots. Fully 
Ifrvlc^. In of 15,000 sa 
ft. And all with spectacular 
views of A^t B^ar and the 

Park Pacific inv. 


382-2426 

3834124 


HIGHLANDS - 5.7 ACRES ON 
FInlayson Arm Road (Flnlayson 
and Rowntraaj. $64,000. By 

Please leavt message 

BEAUTIFUL, SECLUDED, 
suqny 2 acre^ North Saanich. 


FOC'SLE ROAD LOT 
$11,900 
In (Gulf Islands 

Attractive setting near Buck 
L^e ^ oOean view of passing 
ships. Sewer and water In. Hall 
cedar, salal. 

$11,900. 

BOBCARTER 

385- 2481 Off. Res: 99B4143 

Swinerton, Stewart Clark, Ltd. 

Realty World 

LOG HOME ANYONE? 
That is what I would build on this 
lovelv wooded tot. A truly Idyllic 
sfttbw on 1.21 private aCTes In 
the Mill Bay area and offering 
approx. 400 ft. of vaar-roufTd 
streamfront. Paved road. Hydro 
and water available at front tot 
line. MLS. 44757. For more Infor¬ 
mationplease call: 

GARY RESTELL 4784987 
MONTREALTRUST 386-2111 

ARDMDRE 

We have lust listed two more 
nicely treed lots of nearly an 
acre each In fhls very popular 
area. $31,900 and $34,9w!call 
nowl (^ORGE WALL, 386-2955 
or 477-0548, GEORGE PAR- 
SemS, 386-2955 or 598-3847. 
CENTURY 21 Mayfair Realty 
Ltd. 

TREEDLOT 
An exceptionally nice, treed tot 
at Shawnigan Laka. W block to 
boating and swImmliM. 160'road 
frontage 131' deep. The well In 
and brush cleared, waiting for 
your home—zonad for miobfles. 
MARILYN MOORE 
OCEAN CITY REALTY LTD. 
Res. 382-8015_381-2233 

1.97 ACRES 

Drive out now and view this 
beautiful treed level lot. Located 
In an area of new homes on a 
quiet no-thru road near Sooke. 
Asking only $23,500. For Infor¬ 
mation on these or other proper- 
tles Call PAT THERRIEN 
642-5138 or oNice 382-8101. 
National Trust CO. (Douglas) 

SALT SPRING ISLAND 

2 Ireed lots, halfway between 
Fultord and Ganges. 2 acre lots. 
Water on both, hydro on road. 

^ 0” •‘k- 

Ingot $18,900. 

DAVID BILLINGHAM 3884258 
CEDRIC STEELE 
REALTY LTD. 

1 ACRE. METCHOSIN 

Watervlews. Across road from 
waterfront. Gentle slope. Very 
<to»lrable area. Faces sooth. 
$60,000. About 8 miles to Vic¬ 
toria. Call: JOHN HOLMS at 

386- 7521 

BOORMAN INVESTMENT CO. 
LTD.,412FortSt. 

W(X)DED HALF ACRE 
ARDMORE 
$36,000 

EXCLUSIVE 
TEDWALFORD 
Residence Office (Jfflce (24 hrs.) 
598-1420 477-1841 

Block Bros. Realty Ltd. 

1 ACRE LOTS 
NORTH SAANICH 

DON MILLS656-3164 

KNOWLES REALTY LTD. 
_384-8101_ 

ROCKLAND 

Small unique, partial view lot on 
a privatelv owned lane one Wk 
from government house. Ser¬ 
vices and preliminary plan in¬ 
cluded. $69,000. Ponteix Proper- 
tles Ltd., 595-2059 anytlnre. 

WELL-TREED AND LEVEL 
lot on Maple Ave. In Sooke. Close 
to water and village for only 
$17,500. Double wf^? Sure. 
MIKE SWEENEY is service, 
388 5050 or 386-6164, CASTLE 
PROPERTIESLTD._ 

DUPLEX LOT 

Newly developed with plans, 
ready to build, on a 14,000 sq. ft. 
site. BuHdlng budget avalleble If 
required. Showing excellent re- 
tum. (h)4784642,7b)382-1734. 

SEAVIEW, CORDOVA BAY 
hillside lot. Adlolnlng driveway, 
disposal field In, architect- 

2 SLOPING ACRES WITH 
views of city, ocean and nxxm- 
talns, partially devek»ML sonre 
trees and a well, (jffers on 
$45,000. 478-3860 _ 

SPARKLING OCEANVIEWS 
Well treed '/* acre In rustic 
residential area. Topographical. 
Plan included. $29,500. By 
owner. 658-8687 


10 SCENIC ACRES ONLY 
minutes from Mill Bay. Good 
soil. $42,900. For brochure and 
map, 652 2919._ 

BY OWNER. $36,900. APPROX. 
9500 sq.ft, ocean and city views. 

478^15*' 5pm, 

OAK BAY LOT. HAMPSHIRE 
Rd., one block from Village, 
bacM onto park. $58,000. Owner. 
598-7715 

irO.I-f'Sil.^SALE. ON LA- 
kerldge off St. Clara. 260'(front- 
a^^x95'. Open to offers. 

ONE ACRE IN HIGHLAND RE 
creational Coop, $7500 642-4253. 

273 noramrRMsuf 


I acr* 




Road Im- 


provamants paid. Surveyed. 
Culvert Inn. 658-874"- 


Looking for Vancouver Island 
Land? We have a 1650 Acres 
parcel. Is that enough? it's 1’/j 
miles North East of Nanaimo 
CItv. $1,250,000. Maybe you had 
something smaller In mind. Or 
mayte 10 acres zoned for ^ 
mulflfamlly units at $2500./unTr 
Just a place for yourself? We can 
take a look at 6.5 acres on the 
water north of Cordova Bay with 
4000 sq. ft. of house for $255,000. 
Or five acres with a unique con¬ 
temporary house, ten minutes 
from town. Or maybe an Incredi¬ 
ble price on 5 acres with a huge 
bam and estate like house in Sto- 
ney. 

We can also put you In a little 
cabin up on the S<mviine Coast 
naar Powell RIver/Lund, B.C. 
with 5.6 acres for $18,000 or 10 
acres for $24,900. (Community 
Property Agreement) 

If It's land you amat tor Invest- 
nrent, tor recreajfton, for a home, 
call ^ spadal^ at North^ 
Pacific Realty. 

David C. Butterfield 

479-1687 (24 Hrs.) 

Northen Pacific Realty Ltd. 

309-1020 McKtnzIe Avt. 

5ACRES 

Located In 4 mile cirde West 
Burnside area complete with 
small trout lake. Offers li “ 
on $69,900. 


I invited 


5ACRES 

Complete with 5 horse barn, 
loafing shed, corrals, riding ring 
and small caretaker's cottage. 
West Burnside area. Offers 
w^n^ed on $120,000. EXCLU- 

LEEWROBEL 
RANDY SMALL 
3884275 Pagers 865454 

British Anterlcan Realty Ltd. 


SOOKE 

A ve^daslrable 5 acre propertv 
on Robinson Rd., off oHer Point 

slope — su^idabK Tnff^ 
parcels. Asking US400. 

_ IAN BOORMAN 

Off. 59S-1S3S Res. 592-3335 
BOORMAN INVESTMENT 

2045 CAdSoro BAY RD. 

BUYLAND 

One point seven acres Shawni- 
0 «J Lake. $21,500 MLS 43724. 

658-5448 Of 

477-0191 (24 hrs.). 

_Royal Trusf_ 

SEMI WATERFRONT IN ARD- 


wtlls. JIOS4IOO. N«ir ca,h bal- 

— -'*^J*M*** ** 


273 PROKRTY FOR $Mi 

10 ACRES 

PROSPECT LAKE 
AREA 
$69,900 

Exceltent InveshTrent. Heavily 
tread with Arbutus and Ever- 
g re ens. Also has seasonal pond. 
LoMtad on Excelsior Rd. Ideal 
estate type land, offering pri¬ 
vacy and seclusion. 

384^1 RAY MILAN 592-7525 
BLOCK BROS. REALTY LTD. 

m PBBPomrwOTP 

RICICULOUS? 

PERHAPS 

SSsi^lirSiSJofatt'SlSJTn 

or near town. $30,000-$40,000. 
CAN YOU HELP? Call RENITH 
ROBINSON, 477-9292 or 3884275 
• 1430. CASTLE PROPER 
Ties LTD , 3844164. 

CASH 

Bonified builder developer 
wants lots and land tor sUtolvi- 
slon. Quick decision. Phone Ke- 
japl Corgtructlon 3846191 anv- 
tlmeor 592-6081 res. _ 

PLEASE HELP. IF YOU HAVE 
tot or subdividabte propertv in 
Saanich, preferably Gordon 
Head, cash or trade for new 
houses. Call N & B Mank Con- 
struetton 477-4736._ 

COMMERCIAL PROPERTY, 
•craage or apartment block 
wanted far Investmmt. 383-5986 


211 


ACREAtfFORSAU 
AND WANTED 


B.C. LAND 

AND INSURANCE 
AGENCY LTD. 



_stiy pasfl_ 

Located In MetchKin off Kan- 

K roo Road. The only property of 
kind available in the area. 
Asking from $30,000. For further 
information call: 

B.C. LAND 478-5588 
DON OAKES478-4334 

JUST LISTED 
145 ACRES 

Prime acreage In 2nd growth 
timber. It Is located lust off 
Sooke Rd. beyond the 17 Mile 
House. This acreage backing 
onto the watershed, has a small 
creek running through the centre 
plus old road. Vendor may con¬ 
sider your trade or equity on the 
asking price of $2M,000. For 
complete details contact: 
3844^ RICKKINNIS 477-9394 
WESTMONT REALTY 
(1980) LTD. 

5ACRES 
SMILE CIRCLE 

This beautiful property has va¬ 
riety, treed, rrTeadows and son>e 
have ponds and view. Five to 
choose from. Compare a city lot 
of 6Dp0 sq. ft. X $5 - $30,000. 
Ours 5 ac. 225,000 sq. ft. X 364 • 
$79,000. Prices from $66,900 to 
$79,900. No drive by. Must be 
seen by walking them over. 
Please phone 479-6022 or 
479-2150. 

30 ACRES 
CENTRALSOOKE 

Property located on Church 
Road ’/3-mlle from the centre of 
Sooke. Propertv presently 
A.L.R. but excellent holdino as 
Gentleman's Estate. Small 

Contact BILL KOZAK at 
642-3709. CASTLE PROPER- 
TIES LTD. 3844164. _ 

TWO ACRES OF RARE PROP 
erty In greeivbelt area within 
4-mlle circle, country atmo¬ 
sphere, city convenience. 
Charming 3-bedroom, living 
room with fireplace, covert 
sundeck overtooking your own 
Butchart Gardens. Horse pad- 
dock with 4-stall bam and hav 
storage. Other outbuildings. 
Compwelv fenced. By owner. 
6584559 or 4774715. _ 

FIVE ACRES 
$69,500 

idMl for horses - fenced three 
sides • filled well. Located on 
Saanich Peninsula • to view 


bONCLARK 5924651 

^KE RUSSELL 388-9729 

NATIONAL TRUST 595-2121 

ONE MILE ONLY 
To Camosun Interurban CanTpus 
and new Horticultural Centre, 
choice 5 acre lots at current 
nrvarket prices. For prospectus 
and viewingplease contact Gift 
Calvert—4794593. 

Norman Ross and Associates 
Ltd. 

3824151 

3.7 ACRES 

with 3 COTTAGES RENTED. 
FARM OR HORSE COUNTRY 
on Pat Bay Hl^^. $209,000. 

A. Klenman 65^42,388-7868 

DUNSMUIR 

PROPERTIESLTD. 

2ACRES 

I’/i miles past Francis Park on 
Munns Rd Drilled well. Nicely 
wooded. Sloped with level se¬ 
cluded building site. Paved 
driveway access. Bv owner, $45,- 
500.3884275 pager 659 anytime. 

FOR SALE BY OWNER. 10 
acres In beautiful Prospect Lake 
area. Treed tor seclusion, but 
has fertile areas which can be 
cleared for pastures, gardens, 
etc. Owner Is anxious to sell, and 
will consider all offers on asking 
price of $69,500.4794089. _ 

10 SCEmC ACRES ONLY 
minutes from Mill Bav. Good 
soli. $42,900. For brochure and 
map, 652-2919._ 

6 ACRE BUILDING LOT, 
farmable, view building site. IS 
minutes from downtown. Offers 
to $75,000.477-1219 evenings. 

$80,000 CASH. PRIVATE 

® WITH CABIN, AND 

well. $4000 less than assessment 
value. $404)00.478-928$. 

2t$ UPlSUND 


COWICHAN VALLEY 
ACREAGES 

COBBLE HILL-SEVERAL 10 
•CTe lotv Sorne border the Kok- 
sllah River. (Good rood front¬ 
ages, hydro to lot line. Asking 
each. Good financing to 

COWICHAN STATION-three 10 
acre lots, views, good soli, year- 
round creek. Asking $55,000 
each, Bulldtr's farms at current 
Interest. 

OSBORNE BAY-sIx lots from 2 
to 18 acres, wells, views, treed. 
Terms available. Asking $19,900 
to $65,000 respectively. 

We currently have over SO list- 


-jtly hav__ 

Ings In raw land, lots and acre- 

PKn. Don Shaw or Sandy 
Madler, H.W. Dickie Ltd., Min 
My office on T.C. Highway at 
Shawnigan-Mlll Bay Road. 
743-5591,7434432,7443813. 

2 ACRES SHAWNIGAN-MILL 
Bay ^ea. Partially clearad, cor- 
nor tot{ area of new honm. Good 
possibility^ sub-division Into 2 
one acre tots. May taka newar- 
paymant. 

$29,300.112-743-5419 evtnlngs. 

ENGLISHMAN RIVER 
5 acre parcels on this famous 
P^rksvIM# from 
$22,m. Terms available. 
Bryneiton Benzon Realty 


21$ Uf ISUND 


NEWLISTING 

$195,000 

Opportunity knocks. Fifty 
two beautiful acres approxi¬ 
mately four miles south of 
Duncan are for sale bv ab- 
senteeowner. About thirtem 
acres are cleared, the rest Is 
In assorted timber mud) of 
which Is cedar. Plenty of 
water from a good well and 
beautiful views down the 
froffr a super deluxe 
dpubto wide buitt far arctic 
cllnrates. Thrae bedrooms, 
two bathrooms, one with 
Mnken tub ^ n$gst furni¬ 
ture Included withes beau¬ 
tiful home. Be fhe first to see 
this exclusive listing with 
BARBARA BOLLI at 
598-3321 or 743-3042. 

JACKMEARS 
OAK BAY REALTY LTD. 

Mill Bay Rancher 

Amonf»t quality homes In 1 acre 
of wooded estates. Community 
water. 1500 sq. ft. of deluxe 
rancher-style home. Cedar 
Separate, 

heated, and Insulated workshop. 
Double carport. 2—4pce. baths. 
Haatilator flraplace. Unusual 
floor plan. Hurry to view. MLS. 
$83,000 

PATRICK SKILLINGS 
477-7291 3844075 (Pgr. 1204) 

D.F.H. REAL ESTATE LTD. 


LOTS IN DUNCAN 

New subdivision, executive type 
homes, over 1400 sq. ft. on 
main floor may be built to 
suit. Explore this opportunity 
with SANDY BANNER. 
479-0430, JIM TURNBULL, 

COWICHAN BAY 
HOLDING PROPERTY 
10 acres approved for 42 lots 
subject to sewer. Firm price 
$130.^ easy terms. Phone 
Frank Whittaker DUN^N RE- 
ALTY LTD. 748-3156or 7^-116^ 

25 ACRES, 1000' WATER- 
front on small Island off North¬ 
ern Vancouver Island, timber 
buildino sites. $49,000, 
tsan downpavn>ent, owner wlli 


> Victoria Press 


FOR THE DISCRIMINATING 
buyer: Large 4 bedroom split 
level hon>e on half acre lot over¬ 
looking Quamichan Lake. $115,- 
000. G.K. Schmidt Realty Ltd., 
Duncan. B.C. 746-6135. Paul 
Ger St 746-&8 

12-14 ACRE PARCELS 
10 miles to Quallcum Beach, 
starting $33,900. Terms avail 
able. Call owner 112-733-6840 or 
5744845. _ 

BY OWNER. CHOICE PROP- 
ertv Oyster River District. 1.66 
acre, beautifully treed, perc 
$24,000. 479-3743 or 


OCEANFRONT LOT, CLOSE 
to ^llng, easy beach access, 
electricity and water to lot, perc 
tested, near Deep Bav. 5984346. 

10 SCENIC ACRES ONLY 
minutes from Mill Bay. (Good 
soM. $42,900. For brochure and 
map, 652-2919. 


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