Times Colonist from Victoria, British Columbia, Canada on November 29, 1984 · 43
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Times Colonist from Victoria, British Columbia, Canada · 43

Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
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Thursday, November 29, 1984
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TIMES-COLONIST M2 UBMUBB m wm gatr VITAL STATISTICS 1 Birttis 5 Deaths and Funerals 6 Deceased Cards of Thanks 12 Florists 10 Funeral Directors 13 Funeral Miscellaneous 9 in Memonam 7 Memorial Gifts 2 Miscellaneous Cards of Thanks 11 Monuments 3 Parent Support Programs NOTICES 14 Announcements )6 Catering. Banauets and Reception Rooms 15 Coming Events and Meetings 20 Lost ana Found EMPLOYMENT 30 Employment and Situations Wanted 25 Help Wanted 28 Resume and Employment Services BUSINESS SERVICES 36 Business and Household Services PERSONAL SERVICES 33 Bands, Musicians and Orchestras 40 Business Personals 32 Education and Trade Schools 71 Music Teachers 39 Personals 34 Pre-Recorded Music 38 Travel MERCHANDISING 117 Antiques and Arts 65 Budding Supplies 93 Cameras, Suooiies and Photo Finishing 127 Chiefs, Poultry, Hatching Eggs. Supplies 101 Children's Miscellaneous 116 Coins and Stamps 9HO Communications 9bC Computers US Farm implements 60 Fuel 97 Furniture 105 Garaqe Sales 170 Garden Supplies 99 Groceries, Meats and Produce 95 Heating & Fireplaces 130 Heavy Equipment and Machinery 128 Livestock, Supplies and Events 96 Mator Appliances 100 Miscellaneous tor Sale 103 Miscellaneous Wanted 109 Miscellaneous to Rent 70 Musical Instruments 125 Pets and Supplies 98E Satellite Systems 92 Sporting Goods 94 Store and Office Furniture and Equipment 115 Swaps 63 Timber 98A TV, Stereo, Radio V8B Video 112 Wanted to Rent, Miscellaneous TRANSPORTATION 140 Aircraft 152 Antique- Classic and Collectible Cars 158 Automobile Financing and insurance 164 Auto Body and Painting 157 Automotive Miscellaneous 143 Bicycles 145 Boats and Marine 148 Campers, Trailers and Motor Horr.es Monday 10 Friday. 8 a m -5:30 p.m. Saturday. 6:30-5:00 p.m. r CLASSIFIED PRIVATE PARTY WORD RATES 10 word minimum 1 or 7 flow 30c Der word per dav 3 lo 6 consecutive davs, 22c Der word Der ddv. 7 consecutive davs or more. 18c Der word Der day. Real estate, mobile home, rental, clubs, organizations and business advertising does not aualifv tor these rates. LOCAL WORD RATES 10 word minimum. 1 or 2 days, 38c Der word oer dav. 3 to 6 consecutive davs. 34c oer word Der dav. 7 or more consecutive days, 28c per word oer dav. Contract rates tor local businesses available on request. The Webster New Collegiate Dictionary is used as a guide to what constitutes a word Most abbreviations are separate words. Most hyphenated words count as two words. SEMI DISPLAY LOCAL RATES Anv advertisement which varies trom 6 Dt. regular classified stvle shall be considered semi-disolav. u agate lines Der measured column inch, 2-line minimum. 1 or 2 davs. $1.30 Der agate line oer day. 3 to 6 consecutive davs. SI . 20 per agate line oer dav. 7 or more consecutive davs, $1.08 per agate line per dav. GENERAL AND OUT OF PROVINCE RATE Reoular Classified, 40c per word Semi Oispiav. SI .35 oer agate line. 14 agate lines per column inch. BIRTH NOTICES UP to 30 words S7.00, each additional word 23c. special heading add 6.00. DEATH NOTICES, MEMORIAL NOTICES AND CARDS OF THANKS 51.15 oer count iine per dav. 3 consecutive davs, 98c per count line per dav. PRIVATE BOX NUMBERS $10.00 picked up, SIS 00 mailed. Private Times Colonist box numbers are tor use onlv for replies to advertising published in the Times-Coonisf. VICTORIA OFFICE 2621 DOUGLAS ST. P.O Box 300 V8W 2N4 Classified counter service. 8:30 a m. to 5:00 p.m., Mon. to Fri. Closed SturGdy. TERMS OF PUBLICATION All claims of error in publication shall be made within 12 hours thereafter and if not made shall not be considered. No claim will be allowed tor more than one incorrect insertion nor tor errors not affecting the value of the advertisement. All estimates of cost are approximate. Advertisers will be charged with space actually used. All advertising copy will be subiett to the approval of the Times-Coloffsf. who reserves the ngnt in its sole discretion to classify, reiect or insert copy furnished. All advertisements must comply with the British Columbia Human Rights Act. This act states no advertisement may state or imply a preference, limitation or specification on the basis of an applicant's race religion, colour, marital status, ancestry, place of origin, age. or sex (unless the matter relates to the maintenance of public decency AND pnor approval has been obtained throught tne Human Rights Branch). While every enoeavor will be made to forward box replies to the advertiser as soon as possible, we accept no liability in respect of loss or damage alleged to arise through either failure or delay in forwarding such replies, however caused, whether by negligence or otherwise. ADVERTISERS NOTE In the event of error occurring, whether in display or classified advertising, the liability of the Times-Colonist shall not exceed the charge for the space actually occupied by the item in 0UfheT:imes-colonist shall not be liable for non-insertion of any advertisement, whether display or classified, bevond the amount paid for such advertisement. NOTICE OF COPYRIGHT Full complete and sole copyright in any advertisement oroduced bv me Times-Colonisf is vested in and oelongs to tne Times-Colonisf orovioect. however, that copyright IN THAT PART AND THAT PART ONLY Ot such advertisement consisting of illustrations, borders, signatures ot similar components which is, or are, supplied to the Times-Colooisf bv the advertiser in the form of reproduction proofs, veloxes. etc., and incorporated m said advertisement shall remain in and belong to the advertiser. CIRCULATION INFORMATION Telephone 382-2255 Wherever carrier service is maintained, $3.30 bi weekly Bv mail Vancouver Island and Gulf Islands. $12.00 wr month, SJ5.00 per 3 months, 460 .00 per 6 months, S107 OOper year Rest of Canada, 515.00 per month, S40 00 Mr 3 month's. SM.00 per 6 months. SI 17.00 oer year. Outside Canada, $27.00 oer nwit, $277 per year. Saturday Times-Colonlsf Canada, Jl.00 per copy. V48.00 per year. Outside Canada, SI. 50 per copy, S78.0U per year. Sunday Tlmes-Coionisf Canada, SI 00 per copy. u.00 per year. Outside Canada, SI. 50 per copy, $7 00 per year. Times-Colonist Second Class mail registration No. 0516 ISLAND REPRESENTATIVES Duncan, Chemainus Mr. HILTON HOLT 746-7229 Nanaimo 758-V433 Lake Cowichan 74V-6206 Port Alberni Mrs. Chris Klesiing 2J-W12 n P I 166 Cars and Trucks Wanted 150 Cars tor Sale lf6 Lease and Rental Vehicles 142 Motorcycles U9 New Car Directory 160 Parts, Accessories and Service 146 Salboats 151 Sports and import Cars 162 T.res 134 Trucks, Buses and Vans 155 Utility and Equipment Trailers ACCOMMODATION 185 Convalescent and Rest Homes 178 Summer Homes, Cottages, Resorts and Recreational Lots 181 Tourist Accommodation RENTAL 201 Apartments, Condominiums and Townhouses to Rent, Furnished 200 Apartments, Condominiums and Townhouses to Rent 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 Pent 199 Housekeeping Rooms Wanted 211 Houses to Rent, Furnished 210 Houses to Rent, Unfurnished 212 Houses Wanted to Rent 190 Room and Board 191 Room and Board Wanted 193 Rooms to Rent 194 Rooms Wanted 204 Shared Accommodations FINANCIAL 158 Automobile Financing and insurance 233 Mortgage Loans and Insurance 234 Mortgages tor Sale 230 Personal Loans and Insurance 235 Wanted to Borrow REAL ESTATE 255 Acreage for Sale and Wanted 345 Appraisers and Consultants 240 Business Opportunities 241 Business Opportunities Wanted 247 Commercial and Industrial Properties 348 Condominiums 343 Country Homes and Properties 270 Exchange Real Estate 281 Farms for Sale and Wanted 263 Garages for Sale, Rent, Wanted 23 Gulf islands Properties 350 Houses tor Sale 265 Houses Wanted to Buy 269 Listmqs Cancelled 268 Listings Wanted 271 Lots tor Sale 294 Mainland and Out-of Province Properties 340 Mob'le Homes and Parks 347 New Homes Directory 351 Open Homes 273 Property tor Sale 274 Property Wanted 272 Real Estate Miscellaneous 244 Revenue Property 245 Revenue Properties Wanted 349 Townhouses 265 Up-lsland Properties 286 Waterfront Properties AD RATES DUNCAN AREA CALL TOLL FREE CLASSIFIED ONLY 746-6181 when calling from the 743, 746, 748 ana 246 prefixes. BIRTHS BEACH Wendv and Ace are happv to announce tne birth of lovely Dswna Lorraine, 7 lbs. 14 ozs. November 1, 1984. Douglas, David and Wayne, ! and sisters Louise and Gwen. Special thanks to Ors. Ri-dvard, Marshall and Rose, and to nurses Evelyn, Siob-han, Doreen and Dorothea. FOX Wendy and Ken are pleased to announce the arrival of Clayton's baby sister Corrine N'cole, 7 lbs. 4 ozs., on Nov. 12, 1984. Special thanks to Dr. Barnard and Dr. McPherson. JACK Born to Dan and Donna, a girl, Stephanie Danielle, 7 lbs. 8 ozs., on November 12, 1984. A baby sister for Spencer and Nadine. Thanks to Dr. Domke, Dr. Imrie, Maureen ! and V.G.H. maternity start. 5 DEATHS and FUNERALS BARRY Peacefully, at the Memorial Pavilion. Victoria, B.C. on Saturday, November 54, 1984, Mr. Patrick Barry, born in London, England on January 18, M, a resident of London, Ontario moving to Esquimalt in 1947. Predeceased by his daughter, Margaret Murphy, London, Ontario, he is survived bv his loving wife, Catherine Eva, daughter, Helen and her husband, Bob Rickeard, London, Ontario, son, James and his wife, Valda, Sooke, B.C.; nine grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; son-in-law, James Murphy, London, Ontario and dear friends. Bob and Margaret Cleaver of Victoria, B.C. Mr. Barry served in the First and Second World Wars with the Canadian Army. PRAYERS will be offered in McCall Bros. FLORAL CHAPEL, Johnson at Vancouver Streets on Wednesday, November 28 at 7:30 D.m. MASS will be celebrated in St. Andrews Cathedral, Blanshard at View on Thursday, November 29 at 10:30 a.m. with Monsi-gnor P. Hanley Celebrant. Interment at Hatley Memorial Gardens. HIGGS Rose Emily Higgs, a resident of Victoria for 48 years, passed away in Victoria, B.C. on November 26, 1984 at the age of 91 years. Predeceased by tier husband, Horace, in 1966, she is survived by her daughter, Mrs. Cathy Mavea of Victoria; a grandson, Horace, Vanderhoof, B.C.; nieces and nephews. Funeral service in the FAMILY CHAPEL of McCall Bros, on Friday, November 30atl:30 D.m. Interment at Hatley Memorial Gardens. MacALLI STE R Gordon, November 23, 1984 in Royal Jubilee Hospital. Born in Hawkesbury, Ontario, 1912; resident of Victoria since 1969. Predeceased by wife, Edvthe (nee Atkev). Survived by sisters-in-law and brothers-in-law, nephews and nieces. Cremation with Memorial Service in Hawkesbury, Ontario. I PIDGEON Benjamin K. at the Kipling Acres Nursing Home on Tuesday, November 27, 1984. Benjamin K. Pidgeon, husband of the late Francis Eva Lotthouse, loving father of Viola May (Mrs. V. Sallis) of Texas; George of Brighton and James on Huntzville. Dearly loved by his 10 grandchildren, 27 great-grandchildren and eight great-great-grandchildren. Restinq at the Ward Funeral Home, 2035 Weston Road, Weston, Ontario from 7-9pm on Thursday evening. Survice in the Chapel Friday afternoon at l:pm. Donations to the charity of your choice would be appre-ciated. TURPIN Arthur William of Mill Bay, B.C. (retired Navy) passed away at the Cowichan District Hosptial November 26, 1984. Age 61 years. Survived bv his loving wife Mabel, daughter Cindy and sons Rod, Greg, Jeff and Stan, nine grandchildren. Also by brother Alfred and sister Helen. Memorial Service will be held at the Mill Bay United Church on Saturday, December 1, 1984 at 2:30pm. Cremation. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society. Arrangements by the Memorial Society of B.C. and First Memorial Services. VIPOND Lillian Bertha of Victoria, B.C. peacefully at Royal Jubilee Hospital on November 27, 1984. Born in Belmont, Manitoba, August 22, 1903. Survived by her husband, Edward; one son, Jack McPhedran (Winnipeg); two daughters, Elizabeth Turner (Sacramento, California) and Donna Eggert-son (Mississauga, Ontario); 10 Grandchildren and four great-qrandchildren, also two brothers, three sisters, nephews and nieces. Memorial service will be held Friday, November 30th, at 2 p.m. in St. Georges Anglican Church, Cadboro Bay. Rev. Canon W. H. Tingev and Rev. B. E. Barnett-Cowan officiating. Cremation. Flowers gratefully declined, donations may be made to the B.C. Heart Foundation. Arrangements through the Memorial Society of B.C. and First Memorial Services. WINDEYER On November 27, 1984 in Duncan, B.C. Guy Stanley Windever, born December 13, 1900, at Pymble, near Sydney, N.S.W., Australia, son of Richard Windever, K.C. and Mabel Fuller Windever. Educated at the Royal College, Osbourne as a cadet and later at Dartmouth College. Served in the Royal Navy, as a midshipman at the age of 16 in the First World War and later in Melta and the China Station. Married to Irene Noel Power, they settled in Duncan where thev operated So-menos Lake Farm for over 40 years. Served with the Royal Canadian Navy in the Second World War, as captain of H.M.C.S. Wetaskiwin, one of the seven ships of the original Newfoundland Escort Force. H.M.C.S. St. Laurent and later as commanding officer of Givenchy III at Comox. Predeceased by his beloved wife in 1980, shortly after their 50th wedding anniversary, he is survived bv his daughters, Catherine and Faith; his son, Charles Kendal; seven grandchildren and three great-grandsons. WONG In Victoria, B.C. on November 22, 1984, Mrs. Shing Wan Wong, age 73 vears, late residence, 531 ! Burnside Koao bast, vic- j toria, B.C. She leaves her ! husband, Fong Quay (Johnnie) Wong, at home; daugh-i ter and son-in-law, Pauline I and Wino Choi; grandsons, 1 San Get, Tun Get, Sai Get and Mun Get; granddaugn- ter, Bick Jing, all of Hong ! Kong. China. I Service in the Sands Mortuary Limited, "Memorial Cnaoel of Chimes". 1803 Qua dra Street, Victoria, B.C. on Friday, November 30, 1984 at 1:00 p.m. Rev. Steve Wong officiating. Interment at the i Koyai oak Burial parx, saan- i ich, B.C. i SANDS VICTORIA Heavy are our hearts today, Memory brings you back once more, To the time when you were with us, To the happy days of yore. 6 DECEASED CARDS of THANKS The funeral for the late Sid-! nev Arthur Edward Emmer-son was field 22no Nov ember, 1984 at McCall Bros. Funeral Chapel. Mr. Emmerson ioined the Canadian Scottish Militia , in 1937. He proceeded with the ! Canadian Scottish Regiment io England. Landed wih thati Regiment in Normandy on D' Dav and continued to serve-throuahout the war with thej mortar section of "C" Company. In 1946, he joined the. RCMP and served in Canada and abroad in Germany, Aus-1 tria, Holland and Finland with their Special Branch, he retired with the rank of Sgt. in 1967. He was predeceased by his wife Phvlis and his brother Arthur Earnest Edward. Survived bv his loving wife Laura ; daughter Valerie; son Arthur; stepdaughter Heather; stepson Wayne and little Nikki; parents M'. and Mrs. S.H. Emmerson; ister Gwendolin Down, wife of Lt. Cdr. J.T. Down, RCN retired, their two daughters, Deborah Kirk, Pamela Middleion; and other nieces nephews and cousins. The family wishes to thank the RCMP, the Canadian Scottish Regiment, the Pro. Patricia Legion, the RCMP Veterans Association, the Sir Arthur Pearson of War Blinded Association (Vancouver Island Branch), the Reverend Tony Roberts and our many friends for their cards, attendance at the funeral and sympathy. The family of me late Ona Francis wish to express their appreciation to friends and to relatives for their support and generosity in donations to Hospice. Special thanks to staff of Hospice for their loving care and constant support. Ian, Marrieand Monica. 7 MEMORIAL GIFTS A most thoughtful way to remember is with an "In Memociam" donation Give the name of the deceased, the next ol kin and the donor when making your pledge An income tax receipt is is sued to the donor and a card to the recipient. Donations can be made bv phone 1382-4035) by using Visa or MasterCard or mailed to B.C. HEART FOUNDATION 10f Blanshard Street Victoria, B C. wmm V8W 2H5 Your memorial gilt will support research into lung cancer, asthma, emphysema, oc-cupa'.onal lung dis eases and tuberculosis, and assist community information programs Please include the name ot the deceased along with the name and address of the bereaved ana an acknowledgment card will be sent in vour name Memorials. British Columbia Lung Association, 1902 Fort Street, Victoria, B C. V8R 1J7 . IN B.C. AND THP YUKON, the Cana dian Cancer Society supports cancer research, education and patient service. ryjname of the de- ceased, name and 4 address to whom ac-( nowledgement should be sent, and name and address of The donor tor official receipt pur-I poses. I Canadtan Cancer Soc., I 22M Richmond Ave., Victoria, B.C. VSR 4R5 Arthritis 1 research. treatment and eduafion will be supported through vour In Memonam gift for a friend, associate or relative. Please include vour name and address for acknowledgement and ihe name of the next-of-kin and mail to: The Arthritis Society B.C. Division 2680 Richmond Ave. Victoria, B.C. V8R 4S9 a I Canadian N If Al hiahalAt Association 10? 826 North Park Street Victoria, B C. V8W 1T1 tn Memonam gifts provide a positive wav to remem oer a friend or a relative Dv helping to find a cure tor diabetes Please include the name of tne deceased the name and address of the net-of-tun for acknow ieflaement, and the name rjnd address of fhe donor for official tat receipt, anc mail to the aoove address j IN MEM0R1AM BATES In loving memory of Albert, who passed away November 29, 1983. Sadly missed by Marion and tamiiy. 10 FUNERAL DIRECTORS SANDS FUNERAL CHAPELS Serving me Island Communities since lt!2 is our TrdilMn Over the many years since 1912, we have assisted families in pre-arranging their wishes. If you would like to talk to us, please feel free to call. . Our Reputation is Your Guarantee 388-5155 VICTORIA OR YOUR LOCAL SANDS CHAPEL Victoria, Sitinv, Colwood, Duncan, Ladvimttti, Horta.mo, Prwllle. THURSDAY BARRY Patrick 10:30 a.m. MASS ST. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL FRIDAY HIGGS Rose Emily 1:30p.m. FAMILY CHAPEL McCALL BROS. Funeral Chapels JOHNSON AT VANCOUVER STREETS For Funeral and Pre-Arrangement Information Phone 3o5-4465 10 FL'NERALDiRECTORS Hsvward, Thomson & Irving VICTORIA FUNERAL SERVICES 125 QUADRA ST. VICTORIA, B.C. 336-3505 MINIMUM SERVICE $140.00 MEMORIAL SERVICE S395.00 SIMPLE TRADITIONAL SERVICE $679.00 (All above prices Include casket) CASKET RENTAL AVAILABLE Ser vino thr chjCIic and . exclusive undertaker tor the Memorial society ol B C MEMORIAL ANO FUNERAL SERVICES fO'JR OUBCH . 0UB CHAPEL BIJOIAL .CREMATION SHIPMENT .MONUMENTS we serve aI faiths ?4 Hour Service NANAIMO DUNCAN 111 331 7482IS1 VICTORIA N VANC AS8 6M4 V80-J45I CUNNINGHAM FUNERAL CHAPEL 1155 FORT STREET Phone 384-5512or 384-8626 Offering dignified moderate service tor all. 11 MONUMENTS STEWART'S MONUMENTS 1403 MAY ST. 384-3452 MORTIMER'S MONUMENTS 709 KINGS RD. 383-6421 12 FLORISTS BOTILCUIICSIITS Your Complete Florist! 479-1 116 Royal Oak Centre DAISY CHAIN 382 2512 JAMES BAY 14 ANNOUNCEMENTS VICTORIAN SETTEE, ladies upholstered chair, mahogany sideboard, wall pedestal table, sterling silver plate, china, bric-a-brac, Edwardian parlour set, upholstered chairs, tables, etc. etc. Settee from Russian Embassy, Tehran, old oak floor loom, reproduction oak furniture, oils, water colours, prints, lamps, wicker furniture, copper and brass items, carpets, etc. etc. Many more collectible items for Christmas gifts at Mattnews Auctioneers in our Auction of Antiques and Collectibles, Saturday 1pm, 713 Johnson, 386-4121. VIEW SEA LIONS AT RACE Rocks! $19.95 each. 26' Aquas-tar. Departs Pedder Bay Marina 10am-2pm daily. Reservations necessary, weather permitting. 478-1771. 15 COMING EVENTS and MEETINGS DICKENS DAYS The Oak Say Beach Hotel, 1175 Beach Drive, (Oak Bay) Victoria B.C.Tel: 598-4556 November 30th l-9p.m. December 1st 11 a.m. -9p.m. December 2nd 1 1 a.m. - 5 p.m. An event set in a traditional setting with over 15 costumed antique dealersdisplayingand selling theirwares. Admission is free Information: 595-8939 BOOK SALE 4 dav Victoria outlet of Vancouver wholesale publisher clearance, up to90o off. 60.000 I books, and bonus gift for all buyers. Juvenile books, cook books, how to, gardening, art, etc. 9-9om November 29-De-cember 2. Change of location to 508 Discovery Street opposite Capital Iron in new Sports TradeWall. CATS PROTECTION LEAGUE Annual Christmas Bazaar, Fairfield United Church Hall, 1303 Fairfield Road, Saturday, December I, 1984, 2-4pm. Home cooking, aprons, books, plants, superfluities, Christmas gifts, raffle. Admission S2. includes tea. 598-5731. GARTH HOMER EVERYTHURSDAY EARLYBIRDS, BONANZA starts6:30pm,813 Darwin Free Taxi ESQUIMALT COMMUNITY SPORTS EVERY THURS. Esq. Legion Early Birds6:30pm Bonanza & Extra Games VICWEST SOCCER BINGO EVERYTHURSDAY 6:15PMEARLY BIRDS S30MINIMUM REGULAR GAMES 2 BONANZA GAMES O.A.P.HALL 1600 Government Street CRAFT FAIR and casino night Victoria Native Friendship Centre. Craft fair, lOamJpm. and Casino Night starts 3pm. Saturday, December 1st. 1298 Gladstone Avenue. Delicious cabbage rolls, Pyrohy, Ukrainian sausage, Borscht at reasonable prices, Fri. Nov. 30. 5:30-8pm, St. Nicholas Hall, Cook & Caledonia. DANCE OR LISTEN TO THE Bastion Jazz Band. Live Roaring Twenties Dixieland Music. Leonardo Da Vinci Centre, Friday, November 30, 9pm-12pm. Tickets at Hillside, Harbour Market, Harbour Square, Pamus Music. No tickets at door. 385-91 14. MINUS ONE SOCIAL CLUB. Nov. 30th 9-12:30, Elks Hall, 732 Cormorant St. Band-"Checkmates". No tickets at door. Tickets at Harbour Sauare and Hillside Mall. Reservations 384-7319 Tess; 478-6881 Mary. CASINODANCE Fri., Nov.308o.m. Fernwood Community Centre, 1240 Gladstone Ave. Admission SI. Proceeds to Esouimalt Lions charities and community programs. COLWOOD SI NGLES dance, Saturday, December 1st, Station Rd. All singles, club members and guests welcome. Tickets at Hillside Mall, Harbour Sauare, Felicia's Boutique (Colwood Plaza). No tickets at door. 479-6050. DRIFTWOOD CREATIONS by "Angie" Sancha Hall Sidney, December 1, 10-4pm. Also James Bay Mall, December 3-8, 10-5pm. PROFESSIONAL SINGLES dinner and dance, Friday, November 30th, 1984. Tickets S20. For infocall3P8-4915. COMING EVENTS and MEETINGS ; IN HOME CHRISTMAS gifts and craft sale, Saturday. December I, 12noon to 5pm at 1021 Chamberlain Street. RUMMAGE SALE, ST. DUN-stan's, San JuanTyndall. December 1st. 9-llam. CHRISTMAS CRAFTS SALE. 926 Scotia St. lCWpm, Saturday, December I. 16 CATERING, BANQUETS & RECEPTION ROOMS BOOK YOUR CHRISTMAS luncheon now! Tom's Pizza Shelbourne. Call 477-8498 afternoons, 477-5613 evenings, 384-8908 anytime. MAID AND BUTLER experienced couple will cater to you and your guests for Christmas parties. 382-3736. RENT THE CRYSTAL GAR-den. Full facilities. Competitive rates. 381-1213. 20 LOST and FOUND LOST: CAT, ADULT FE-male tortoiseshell, white bib and paws, mainly orange, spotted with brown and black, white reflective flea collar, El-lery Street, Esquimalt. Days, 387-4541, evenings, 592-6366 or 383-9795. Reward. LOST: NOVEMBER 22, TWO strand pearl necklace, either Mavfair Mall or Villa Roma restaurant. It was mother's so sentimental value. Reward. 479-5156. STOLEN INDIAN JEWEL-lery, November 24th. from Jackson Street residence. Phone information to Crime Stoppers, stay anomymous andreceive reward. 386-8477. FOUND: APPROX. NOVEM-ber 3rd, older female dog, tricolour, mainly black, purebred rust Collie, very gentle. Central Saanich Road. 652-0326. FOUND: YOUNG MALE DO-berman Pinscher, brown, tail done, ears not clipped. Mill-stream, Hoy Lake area. 474-4492. LOST: CEDAR HILL RECRE-ation Centre (bubble), Sunday afternoon, wallet containing ID documents. I. Krinsky, 656-7874; 656-5525. Reward. LOST: 5MONTH OLD WHITE kitten, one blue and one green eve, last seen on Friday, November 23, Lvall and Fraser Street. Pleasecall 382-1219. FOUND: LARGE ORANGE tabby, white bib and paws, short haired neutered male, Lochside Drive. Contact SPCA, 388-6627. LOST; BLACK FEMALE dog, medium size, smooth hair, wearing red collar, Helmcken Road area. 479-1489. FOUND: DOG, CROSS BE-tween German Shepherd and Golden Retriever, near VGH Helmcken Remembrance Day weekend, 479-0713. LOST: ORANGE LONG-haired male cat, white chest and paws, four years, answers to "Pumpkin". Reward. 389-3359, 383-5778, 595-5990. LOST: APPROXIMATELY 3 weeks ago at Harbour Public Market, bag containing Nike iacket, early Christmas gift. 385-5506. FOUND: SHELBOURNE and Haultain, male puppy, part Spaniel (I think!) white with brown spots, has leather collar. 592-9220. LOST: TUESDAY NOVEM-ber 20th, squash racquet, around the Keg on Quadra. 595-6393. FOUND: ORANGE AND white cat, approximately 6 months old, on Miller Avenue. 479-5661. LOST: BLACK AND WHITE female cat, white flea collar in Gordon Head, Maiestic Park a rea, greatly missed. 477-0478. LOST: NOVEMBER 24TH, friendly female Persian tabby cat, dark grev with some gold. Jubilee area. 595-3261. FOUND: WHITE KITTEN, about 4 months old, on Toronto St, James Bay, Monday, November 26th. 385-2719. LOST: LAMBRICK PARK area, black female Cocker Spaniel cross, very friendly, answers to Jangles. 386-1563. FOUND: SWAN LAKE AREA, orange marmalade male cat, 4-6 months old, 382-9681. FOUND: LADY'S WATCH, Saturday, Mayfair Mall. 4-4B44. FOUND: ORANGE AND white kitten, Estevan Centre, 2 months old. 592-3778. FOUND: BLACK AND white male kitten, Royal Oak area, call 658-8308 evenings. LOST; GOLD CHAIN AT SJ Willis on October 17th, Re-ward, 388-9143. FOUND: ON SUNDAY Black kitten on Kings Road, 598-2338. LOST: WILLOWS AREA, young orange tabby cat. 598-9746. LOST: LADIES GOLD watch, from 700 block Pandora to Cook and Burdett. 384-3244. LOST; MAJESTIC AREA, black and white kitten, 3'2 months. 721-5352. FOUND: SET OF KEYS ON Johnson Street Bridge. 385-5717 local 297. FOUND: SHORT HAIRED grey male cat, Florence Lake area. 478-5440. FOUND: BROOCH, SHOP-pers at Hillside, identify. 595-8224. LOST: LICENSE PLATE EGP 400. Days 652-5517, Evenings 652-2704. LOST: COCKATIEL, WHITE and yellow in colour, Tillicum area. Please phone 385-5001 . LOST: SET OF KEYS, ES-quimalt Lvall Street area, reward. 384-7229. FOUND: BLUE GAS CAP. 477-1611. 25 HELP WANTED General GR BLOCK Inndvative young research company in Victoria is now accepting applications for the following positions: Systems Analyst with mlni-mun three years experience preferably with CAD background. Computer Operator preferably with VAX 11780 ex-pereince. Experienced Executive Secretary, 80 wpm, dictaphone shorthand, word processor and some computer background. Resume and salary expected to be submitted to Times Colonist Box 91. HOSTESSHOST Do you enjoy working with and meeting people, well established marketing firm has positions promotinga nationwide retail department store service, in our clients stores. Trainina is provided. Guaranteed salary of j5hour plus commission, location Victoria. Call Rebecca at DM S 416-441-1673. RESIDENT MANAGERS Required for a 37 suite building in Victoria, would suit semi-retired or retired couple with experience in all aspects of building management. Send resumes to Times-Colonist Box 106. ! 25 HELP WANTED I General j EXPERIENCED SYSTEM ) programmer reauirra. Kjuoo i overall knowlecwe ot different I operating systems, variety of computer languages, IBM PL andDbasell experience. Send resume to: ATG Software Inc., 6th Floor 1112 Fort Street, Vic toria, B.C. VPv 4V2. Attention P. Casson. NO personal visits piease. EXCLUSIVE ESCORT SER vice still accepting applica tions. Must be educated, well oroomed, vouna looking and willing to travel an asset. Send resume and reasons for inter est to PO Box 1563, Victoria, B . VW ZX. MATURE PERSON TO DO ottice cleaning, including washrooms. Must be able to work 6 day week twice a month. No agents. Send re sume with references toi Times-Colonist Box 112. HAIRSTYLIST Reouired at Looks, near Eatons. Commission negotiable. 383-2665 days, 386-5407 evenings, ask for Pam. EXPERIENCED COLOUR printers required for Kodak 5SA printers. Positions imm-diately available. Contact Lab Manager, Island Colour, 615 r-on street wim resume. WANTED: CARETAKER. Mature couple to manage 71 suite in James Bav. Duties will focus on light maintenance and suite renting, piease call 385-1735 for appointment. HARDWOOD FLOORING trainee tor installation and re-finishing. Must have van or pickup. Times-Colonist Box 97 Dvhnaay, 5pm. STARTER AND ALTERNA tor rebuilder reouired in the Victoria area. Give references, experience, etc, to Times-colonist box 98. HAIRDRESSER REQUIRED, at least 2 vears cutting experi ence. 474-1644 davs, 642-4725 evenings, ask for Andrea. OWNER OPERATORS FOR deliveries wanted. Apply S4-94I kings Koao, tine Carriers Ltd. REDUCED RENT FOR SOME office typing and or caretaking assis.ance for apartment. 388-9904. STYLIST REQUIRED FOR salon. Burnside Plaza. B Lines, 388-5212. JOB SEEKERS. WE NEED you. Phone 385-4612, 721-1404 Monday-Friday. Domestic and Babysitters BRENTWOOD Part time babysitter in our nometor one year old, January to June. Light housekeeping optional. Suitable for Brentwood, Central Saanich resident. References. Only loving, mature, nonsmoker need apply. 652-0856 arter 4pm. EXPERIENCED DAYCARE centre supervisor, with 2 year Early Childhood Education diploma, required in Kelowna. Send resume to: Central Okanagan Daycare Society, Box 806 Kelowna, B.C. VI Y 7P4. PARTIALLY DISABLED mother requires part-time nanny for new born, weekdays 10am-2pm, beginning January 30th. Must have child care experience or training. References. Nonsmoker. House-work optional. 477-0780. LOVING EXPERIENCE BA-bvsitter required to care for five month old girl beginning January, afternoons Monday through Friday, our home, Fairfield area. Nonsmoker. References. 382-5647. BABYSITTE R WANTED, MY home, for 2 year old and 7 month old girls, Monday to Friday, 2: 30-5: 30pm, Carev-wilkinson area, references. 479-1355. LATE EVENING CARE FOR infant. Our home Lampson Craigflower. Own transportation. Hours fluctuate. References. Janis 386-9885. REQUIRED IN BRENT-wood Bav area, occasional day and evening babysitter, in our home, S3hour. Please phone Cindv,652-010. WANTED: CARING PERSON to babysit 5 month old boy, weekdays 8-4pm, Burnside Wascana area, call after 5pm 384-8004,479-4887. RESPONSIBLE ENTHUSI-astic sitter wanted for occassional daytime work in Fairfield. 381-0567. DAYCARE NEED THREE davs per week, subsidized, Bay-Blanshardarea. 382-6843. Office PERMANENT PART-TIME position open for a confident secretary for a wholesale fishing and electrical company. Must be outgoing and capable of handling all aspects of accounts payable, stock control and customer service. Good typing skills reouired. Send resume stating related experience to: Times-Colonist Box 92. SMALL OFFICE REQUIRES full time person friday, minimal experience necessary. Phone 381-35 05 for appointment. Restaurant HIGH VOLUME 115 SEAT family restaurant in Victoria has two key kitchen positions available in the near future. A working chef to manage the kitchens; responsible for overall efficiency from prep to servicecookinq, food cost to inventory control, purchasing to kitchen wage costs and staffing; must have 3 years related experience. First cook supervisor; responsible for prep and service line. Weoffer comparative salary and some benefits. Send resume and salary expectations to Times-Colonist Box 105. JAPANESE VILLAGE Needs part time hostesshost and waitresseswaiter, person must be well groomed and mature, experience preferred. Apply in person or drop off resume at 734 Broughton. COOK WANTED, TWO years experience minimum, must be fast on grill and have good prep knowledge, 30-35 hours per week. Send resume to: Times-Colonist Box 102. BRANDS First cook, permanent morning position. Apply in person 9-1 lam, 1009 Government. WORKING CHEF R E -quired tor 90 seat restaurant. Minimum 5 years experience. Phone 388-4353 for interview. Sales Persons and Agents REAL ESTATE PRE-LICENSING ASSISTANCE BLOCK BROS. OFFERS YOU: Weekly Tutorial Classes. ! A detailed course summary, i The 30 lesson course on video tape to help you review at vour own pace. A 7-hr. calculator course with detailed workbook . . . and after you pass, a practical sales trainina program second to none. For information regarding the next available ore-licensing program call today! BERNIE WILKINSON BOB HAHN 3045 Douglas St. 386-3231 LAURIE LA ROSE 2449 Beacon Ave. 656-5584 "THE BESTSELLERS" SALESPERSON FOR EURO-pean style wholesale food business. Send resume to Times-Colonist BOX108. ' 25 HELP WANTED Sales Persons and Agents I MGR TRAINEE POSITION ! Earn S25.000-s35.000 or more. We will send yoo to school for 2 weeks, train yoo in the field selling, and servicing established business accounts. Must be of legal age or over, bondable, ambitious and sports minded. Call for appointment, B. Reddv after 10:30am at 388-51 1 1. Avon. In 1985, take a positive new career step . . . become an in dependent representative with Avon products. Dedication and enthusiasm will bring both personal and financial re wards. . .Call 384-345. A PRODUCT YOU CAN BE LIEVE IN. Camelion Hosiery is seeking independent sales representatives to market our luxurious run resistant panty hose directlv to the consumer. Excellent business. Phone Wednesday and Thursday mo-iAio v-opni gr 4o-y.xM. rr i-day, 478-8759 9-6pm. We are hiring QUALIFIED LICENSEES Jack Davis 721-2121 (24hrs.) LIGHTING. Sell our exclusive longer-life products, plus be to tores, industries, institu tions. Side-line or full-time. Straight commission 1-416-628-6302 or write Certi tied, Bob 909, STN A, MPO, Hamilton, Ont. LBN 3P6. UNLIMITED INCOME working from home as commission mailer. No fees or in ventorv reouired. Free de tailsRichard Andrew International, CP 575, Stock Exchange Tower, Montreal, uueoec, mi ue. INTERNATIONAL OIL COM PANY offers opportunity for nign income plus regular casn bonuses to mature individual in Victoria area. Airmail President. Deot. CE. P. J Box 70, Sta. R., Toronto, Ontario M40 SLb. REAL ESTATE SALES Established and active down town office with insurance, au- toolan. Notarv Pub he, mort gages. Start at 7030 bonuses to 8515. Call J. BettS, 385-2481 Swinerton, Stewart Clark Ltd. FULL TIME SALES REPRE sentative is needed for local newspaper. The sucessful applicant should have media re lated sales experience, car es sential, commissions only 721-8359 for interview. PART TIME ADVERTISING sales representative wanted for Business Examiner Limit ed. Ambitious and hardworking? We offer a high commis sion. For interview call 381-3926. Weekdays. CARPETSHAMP00ERS NEEDED Will pay slO'cleaning or 25 commission. Your choice. For interview pnone J88-8 1 . IF YOU ARE AMBITIOUS, eniov a challenge witn nigh income potential, then phone for further information on our sales opportunity. Pierre 386-6314, 383-7509. LOCAL COMPANY NEEDS 6 sales persons (male, female) immediately, too commission paid weekly, experienced or win train, can today v-iom. 383-3281 for more information. ESCAPE UNEMPLOYMENT call 721-2870 and help us sell our product. Skilled Trades EXPERIENCED BAKER required for up-island bakery. Send resume to 1691 Island Highway, Campbell River, V9W 2E6. Medical CERTIFIED DENTAL Assistant required as of January 3, 985. we are a busy Droores- sive office where the C.D.A.'s play a maior role in the delivery and marketing of quality dentistry. The successful applicant must have the ability to be self directed, possess good verbal and communicative skills as well as manual dex-teritv. This a familv oriented practice which combines the routine use ot iiounoes and light cured sealants with a larae volume of crown and bridge dentistry, the salary and benefits are excellent, be cause we believe good service deserves adeouate reward and the pleasant atmosphere within this practice has resulted in few staff changes (the last opening was 4 years ago). Please do not apply it you are a smoker If vou feel vou would be qualified for the above described position please reply in your own handwriting to Times-Colonist Box 113. EMERGENCY DEPART-ment head nurse. Should have experience in emergency critical care nursing and ad vanced cardiac lite support. Experience in working with paramedics preferred. The iueai lanuiuaie win nave a Bachelors Degree and other pertinent training which would support the needs in a busy regional referral hospital. The monthly oav rate is S2.410- $2,785. Working conditions are in accordance witn tne b.c. Nurses Contract. Resume to: Mr. G. Bleiler, Director of Personnel Services, Kelowna General Hospital, 2268 Pandosv Street. Kelowna. B.C. V1Y 1T2. RN FIELD SUPERVISOR To work under direction of an administrator in the supervision of 45 employees providing in home support services to over 300 clients. Current B.C. registration or eligibility of registration mandatory. Background must have proven supervisory skills with education program planning and coordination an asset. Know ledge of B.C. s continuing care program an advantage. Submit resumes by noon December 4th to: 109-1026 Johnson Street, Victoria, B.C. CERTIFIED DENTAL Assis tant is required to start in January in a specialty prac tice, chairside and some receptionist duties are involved. Please reply to Times-Colonist Box 88. EXPERIENCED MEDICAL secretary with typing skills re- 3uired for downtown office, 3 ays per week, increasing to full time Reply to Times-Colonist Box 96. RECEPTIONIST, DENTAL office, full time. Must have dental office experience. Mail resumes to 1 195 Fort Street. Telephone Solicitors TELEPHONE SALESPEO-ple wanted. Students welcome. Also driver with small car. Call 384-2931. EASY TO SELL SERVICE, wage plus bonus and commission. 382-5051. Part-Time and Temporary K MORNING ROUTE AVAILABLE 517 200 block Cook, 1100 May, 1200 Oxford, 200 Howe, 1 100-1200 Chapman. 67 papers, S67. bi-weekly, 1 hour. Call Mr. E . Sherman 382-72 1 1 , local 219. filial WESTERN HOMES LTD THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29. 1984 D-7 '25 HELP WANTED Part-Time and Temporary Applications are being accepted for the following morning newspaper routes which will be coming available shortly. CARLTON 13 papers in Ca-meron-Taooart; Carlton Rd area of Cobblehill. Earns S20 every 2 weeks. LANGFORD 15 36 papers Millstream, 2000-2374 Yew-tree, Horton Rd. Earns J39 every 2 weeks. SHAWNIGAN LAKE 4 29 papers Shawnioan Lake Rd., Renfrew, Berger, Hartl Rds., Boys' School. Earns $36 every 2 weeks. SPEC. LAKE 40 papers Whittake Rd., Spectacle Lake Mobile Home Park. Earns $44 every 2 weeks. Apply to J. BRADFORD, 382-7211, ex. 164, or Times-Colonist Circulation Dept. (382-2255), 2621 Douglas St., Victoria, B.C. 1R ID 2800block River Road to Sooke Road, Kirbv, Meota, Soul. Earns 550 each 2 weeks, takes about 50 minutes each morning. For further information Contact: MR. LOW Country Circulation TIMES-COLONIST 382-7211, Local 164 or 382-2255 MORNING ROUTES AVAILABLE 605 Joan Cresent, Manor, Rockland, Robleda. 85 papers, $85. bi-weekly, 1': hour. Call Mr. C. Carolan 382-7211, local 218. 612 Despard, St. Charles, Rockland, Richmond. 85 papers. $95. bi-weekly, l'i hours. Call Mr. C. Carolan 382-7211, local 218. 901 Richmond, Neil, Al-lenby, Townley. 100 papers, $100. bi-weekly, Pa hours. Call Mr. C. Carolan 382-7211, local 218. MORNING ROUTES AVAILABLE 1115 - 800-900 blocks Admirals. 75 papers, $75. biweekly, 1 hour. Call Mr. R. Pallan 382-7211, local 169. 1813 Forshaw, Criagflower, Sioux. 40 papers, $40. bi-week-Iv. 3 hours. Call Mr. R. Pallan 382-7211, local 169. 1814 Vickery, Helmcken, Kinaham. 55 oaoers. $55. bi weekly, 1 hour. Call Mr. R. Pallan 382-21 1, local 169. MORNING ROUTES AVAILABLE EBERTS 1 Beaver Lake, Beaverda e, Scarborough, W. Saanich. 35 papers, $50. biweekly, 30minutes. Call Mr. P. KazmirukJB2-2ii, local 16. EBERTS 2 Townsend and Aurora. 27 )apers, $32. biweekly, 30 minutes. Call Mr. P. kazmiruk 382-2 1 1, local 16. Falaise Cres. 32 papers, $36. bi-weekly, 40 minutes. Call Mr. r. Nazmiru jm-ui, local 167. MORNING ROUTES AVAILABLE 911 Harlow, Eastdowne, Cadboro Bav, Thompson, Duf- terin. V2 papers, $V2. Di-week-ly. Pi hour. Call Mr. C. Caro- an382-2il,iocai2ie. 921 Eastdowne, Oakdowne, Sandowne, Larkdowne. 90 papers, S90. bi-weekly, l'-2 hours. Call Mr. C. Carolan 382-7211. local 218. MORNING ROUTES AVAILABLE 1423 Darwin. Vernon. 90 papers, $90. bi-weekly, 1 hour. Call Mr. J. R. Hungar 382-7211, local 166. 1J?S rinuallv Wnllie At papers, $40. bi-weekly, 40 1 minutes, can Mr. j. k. Hungar 382-7211, local 166. MER1 MORNING ROUTE AVAILABLE 1707 Astoria, Willerton, 1200 Derby, Pike, James Hts, 1200 Tattersall. 74 papers, $74. bi weekly. I hour. Call Mr. R. Elliott 382-71 1, local 21V. BRO0KLEIGH and HAMSTERLEY ROUTE AVAILABLE 42 papers, taking about 45 mtns each morning, bi -weekly profit of $50. Car would be an asset, for further information contact Mrs. Lillian Munch. Country Circulation, 382-7211, local i6Jor jbv-M. NEED TO BUILD YOUR Christmas Fund? If you can spend 3 hours daily of vour choice at $!4hour (based on g lacing 2 units hourly). Distri-uting fund raising item in oredier viciurid unu, oiitrnu 10am any day Monday-Friday atCNlB. 1609 Blanshard tor in troduction (parking lot en trance . No pnone cans please. AUCTIONEER NEEDED one a week, experienced only. 385-5247. 595-2852. lit AVAILABLE rail ADMIRALS, 111 EASTDOWNE m ; 25 HELP WANTED Part-Time and Temporary PHYSICALLY HANOI- capped woman requires voun-ger female (21-45) as weekend relief attendant. Live-m Friday 8 om to Sunday 8 pm. Must have valid driver's licence be responsible, capable of some lifting. Begins January 4 84. Wages $230 'mo. Phone 383-7H37 after 4 pm. ENERGETIC GRANDMOTH-er to do meal plans, cooking, ironing and mending for large family. Required Mondays and Thursdays. Nonsmoker. Cordova Bav area. 658-1647. TELEPHONE SALES PEO-ple wanted for easy to sell service. Salary, commission and bonuses. Hard work well reward. Two shifts, 385-8844. GREENPEACE SEEKS EN-viromentally conscious people for door to door fund raising and education program. 477-3108. S500 Earn $500 before Christmas working 2-3 hours a day, paid daily. For information call 388-4915. ATTRACTIVE FEMALE Escorts needed. 383-3179 or 388-5464 pager 746. WANTED. MALE AND FE-male escorts. 385-9548, leave message. 28 RESUME' and EMPLOYMENT SERVICES RESUMES PROFESSIONAL-Iv prepared bv qualified, experienced resume specialist. Friendly, confidential service. Best Resumes 385-8500 FAST, EFFICIENT RESUME service, S5-$10. Prime Personnel. 385-7012, 440-1070 Douglas Street. RIMPAC OFFICE SERVICES "Heloin? vou make a 1st class impression". 384-4428 COMPLETE RESUME SER-vice. Reasonablv priced.' 365-3345. 30 EMPLOYMENT and SITUATIONS WANTED Advertising to be considered lor publication in this classification must be accompanied by payment. HOUSESITTING Responsible, mature Caloary woman who knows how to take care of a good home, would like to housesit for vou in the winter months. I will be in Victoria from December 1-5, and can be contacted at 598-6297. HOUSESITTERS Quiet nonsmoking Saskatchewan couple will housesit in Victoria. Write: M. Shier, Box 88, Colonsay, Sask. For more information call locally, 595-7623. TYPING, IBM SELECTRIC, reasonable, mv home. Writing, editing, graphics. 384-5357. WILL DO CLEAN-UPS. Basements, attics, yards, small moves, etc. Vton, reasonable, 595-7898 anytime. WORD PROCESSING LET-ter quality printer. Reasonable rates, Mrs. Gibson, 479-2925. BABRFR'lTVI KT 17 years experience, seeking full nsrl time nncitiAn dill 477-1335 after 5pm. YOUNG MAN WITH COM-puter training seeks full or part time employment. 598-5979. HOME INSPECTION: RE-pair chimney's, painter, out-terscleaned. 477-9216, 368-7941, Wesley. WEEKLY HOUSEHOLD PO-sition(s) experienced housekeeper. Own transportation excellent references. 727-6458. MATURE COUPLE EXPERI-enced in all administrative duties is seeking work as man-agers. 658-2050. HANDYMEN, FIXUP, cleanup, paintup, roof to base-ment, fencing, cheap. 478-7059. MASTER PLUMBER. SEMI-retired, full or part time work. Own truck, own tools. 642-3878. YARD CLEANUP, WOOD splitting, etc. Rates reasonable. Call Albert, 383-3528. 2 EXPERIENCED MEN, moving, hauling, home re-pairs. 652-0249. 479-5918. MALE SECRETARY BOOK-keeper for smaller firm. 381-3493. HOUSE SITTING POSITION required for 6 months, local references. 592 8293. UNEMPLOYED MECHANIC will repair your car, truck, S15'hour.Dave 385-6495. QUALITY TYPING, EXECU-tive secretary, 51. page, at home. 721-1404. 32 EDUCATION and TRADE SCHOOLS HOME NATIONAL COLLEGE Miofl School 7 I Booecir Accounting ftuunets Administration Secretarial 'Medical, Legal, Executive DHMoma Recognition Tax Deduction Low Fees and Povmentt An EitattiUM Content Col lege. Successful Students. Com h Com, una IMS. FOP. INFORMATION CU: Notional College (Victoria), miitt IN Mrs. I 7 DAYS A WEEK CHANGE YOUR LIFE Become a professional bartender in a 6 week licenced government accredited comprehensive school of bartending starting Jan. 8th. Registration at the Red Lion Inn, Tues. Wed. Thurs. between 2-5pm. Tuition accepted bv installments and could be vour best investment in this highly mobile interesting profession. Information, 595-467(1 YOU'RE ON THE AIR!! Pacific Radio Arts is Victoria's ONLY School of Broadcasting. Instructed bv Pros waiting to put You on the air. 385-3899 200-733 Johnson St. PROFESSIONAL TUTORING Qualified teachers available for private futorinq in your home. All grades subjects by Specialists383-I813. VICTOR HAIRDRESSING School, 738 Fort Street, now accepting applications for December and January classes. 388-6222. TUTORING IN MATHE-matics (grades 8 through University), basic programming. Teacher Provincially certified. 479-0177. TOP FLIGHT TUTORING. All grades and subjects by professional teachers. 598-2611. HIGH PAY AND ADVEN-ture Commercial Diver Training U.T.S. 604-980-5011. 33 BANDS, MUSICIANS and ORCHESTRAS RON BEROD CAN PROVIDE live organ music for parties, sing alongs, fashion shows, etc. PA. available. 385-8666. Presumes 1 Professional. $0595 J S individual trom x" S Ad reolv assistance C ( Full tvDmg services c Photocopying ( EVERGREEN RESUMES ) I 109 1I7S Cook SI. M4 4JIJ) f TV HlOlomi

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