I muet ask you to leave." Bo now the board is getting down lo aeiious busliteas. No other reason for secrecy ia visible OVER 1,000 SATISFIED CUSTOMERS IN 2 YEARS THERE’S A REASON FOR IT . _ CHRISTMAS USE OUR POPULAR BUDGET PLAN— WITH ORDER PER WEEK, BALANCE, IF ANY, ON RECEIVING YOUR TURKEY, CLEANED, READY FOR DRESSING! SELECT ANY SIZE FROM OUR FLOCKS OF ISLAND AND LOCAL BIRDS 1950 CHEVROLET 5 PASS. Save F2.*ni K) r.n titi# piirrlia Br 1949 CHEVROLET SEDAN Tilt- fmir-i Bu*ilf l-^ik Sr. Turkeys Wanted Weight Deposit Delivery Date 45 REMEMBER! OFFICE B 2614 The Most Timely Novel of 1950 Jtenn Beattit of tht Rvarson Fiction Aword. It will b» too Ut« then," say offlclals U Is known that the Government pushing the sewer plan.
What did It tranaact at the Aral three meetings - frivolous business? Un Pk equipped with »tn» vi*or, red plavltr teat covert. and In this case they may be right— though T cant see how It la certain, however, that in moat caeea secrecy does more harm than good Democracy may be Imperfect, but It has served us too bravely to be pourwd down the drain by UUle men with m Ue minda. 5 f N) down and 00 per month Cl TQK Anoivertsry Sale Pc Ke 9 I ■ 99 1947 FORD SEDAN Thii is a real buy Equipped wiih radio and Hester Like new Cl i 7C Anniversary Sale Price 9 I I I 9 1947 PONTIAC SEDAN Beautiful two-tone grey Tirr* and ophol- atery At condition. IT'S ONLY 9 WEEKS UNTIL CHRISTMAS SWITZER’S QUICK FREEZE LOCKERS LTD. rhi» couropaoi A nov#l daoii with hiqhh controvar- Mol ospect B of Communism. The reeve stressed these were his own opinions and not “I believe a small council is more efficient and can deal with matters more expeditiously. Is anxious to see sewers Insta Ued in They admit that not one alngie Saanich.
Mrmbere ef the Gordon Head and t'adboro Bay Ratepayers' AMorlallon already are ranvataing the area getting a Jgnaturea of property owners on petitions. G«r o rtfra Utmo- onolyaiv O* top fer, radio, end iporii. ” the host Canada should not let itself be pushed around or left floundering in a vacuum.
Here b how the dividing line will go: Starting at Monnt Douglas Park, It will be along Shelboume Street to Rob} Road, along Ruby Road to the comer ef Gordon Head Road where It will Join the Oak Ray boundary and continue in a koutheaalerly d Ireet Un along the boundarv. OCTOBER Zl, It M The Men May ^ol Be Solely to Blame W ER£ it not tliat the Canadian Special does not make the to p-lev el decisions about Service Force was recruited for the Korea, It has contributed to this apparent Where do would get (he money? R'/tli exhibit* were aiiowii at tlie Amhaaaador tfoiel. ‘Jury Show" eittriaa ahould bt at Gallery by Novaniber 10.
In the counting, the man with Ue Inw Mt total Is counted mit MIAMI, n. It was headed east-northeastward will continue." "We have a mandate from the Unions to Ask Strike Vole In Shipyards Ooidslream Itm. you can be *ure they have aor.iethlng lo hide They may tclla you uncuioualy Uiat they arr keeping you ignorant for your own good That * Juat amfikt They draw the curtain because Uiey'ra afraid to face you Borne municipal eounc Ua dive into committee of the whole quicker PEMBROKE. The ambition is laudable, and certain plans were formulated two years ago w Uh a determination to make the objective come true. N 'PIUll wrra a*'c HILOR»R~WARTB r BMble hbofeketper. ' Clrcula Upn of the S7 Canadian Dally Newspaper Aseoolation mem- ber newspapers U 3.440.000. Thomson mentioned, ano 11 U al- moat Impoaslble to keep abreast of current need for news' govern. It might be rea.vonable to sny that ninety-nine out of a hundred of us actively dislike anyone reading over our shoulder. possibly twenty-five resent It w hotly that it amouitts to a sort of phobia. They ahould eniruat their aflalra to the ar^tocracy of brains, who wouli T think for them. If you will take note in a street car ^ or bu.^ you will see that nearly every- one who is reading a newspapec is holding, the .paper, or silling In such an attitude, that the persons next on either side cannot get a glimpse of the sheet. I t W 5 drunken driving against Robert Easton wss dismissed by Magistrate Thomu. Appeattrig agalivst sentence im- posed for Ufeft of sulomob Ue equip- ment, Arnold Bdglngton was placed on a .year's probation, conditional on hb return to deepsea sailing as soon as possible. Avsilahlr in s pleaamg 'ari'' t.8 modern colort Bontiw from Household Finance on ypur ngnatnre. We speoa Jize in prompt cash loans for iwy good purpose. At this late date In the Korean war surely the future occupational or other roles of the Allied, forces have been determined Otherwise there would seem to be something seriously amiss with the staff planning. H Is perhaps not surprising that a large percentage of the Special Force took french leave last Even though the Defence Department week-end. L.’* is a common one in army circles and often reflects only a minor misdemeiyxir. Seventy-five per eent moat signify their willlngjteia to oeeede and Join Oak Ray. Every effort will be made to romplete the task In time for the December rleethmi whan Oak Bay ratepayers will let their feeling* be known in a referendum. Be "beit (ntermed — Mpniter Informed " iu S*«ri Pe »e« te e ^ Vhh «pe«(el "oel- art MOBe Mred" e((er I — 1 r»Mt((i fer ... t4ble wi«h 4/t r;'e tr.i- - • bxirv with placin' uphoivteri . There Is something almost ludicrous In the spectacle of advance guards leaving for Okinawa while Ottawa repeats that the main body may not go to the Far East at all; for all the world as though no oi^ was able to make up his mind what to do with the Spppiai flervicc Force, As an example of military efficiency the situation does not shine to the credit either of the Defence Department or of the United Nations or American officials who decide the disposition of troops from this country.