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 - Serving the Sunshine Codsr, 'Howe Sound* to Jems inlet), including Pcrt'Meltenr Hopkins Lending, Grcnthcm's Landing, Gibs-ens. Rctoerts" Creek,  Wilson Creek, Selmo Park, Sechelt, Haifmocn Bay, Secret Cove, Pender Harbour, Madeira -Park, Kieindale, trvira*s Lending, EaH _Cev��  Egr-cnr 0 WEOHESDAY,! JAM.  8,   1544 I XOC  w  Without notice ., .  St. Mary's rnMron  dismissed Dec. 27  - MRS: JOYCE NICHOLS, R.N.7matron of St. Mary's HospitaL  for the. pgst year arid a half and staff member since  1958 was dismissed without notice on December 27th.  ;- -X  According to -Mrs. Nichols-.statement, hospital ad-  -' ministcatpr, W. Milligan colled her to his office and demanded her immediate resig-      *~���T  nation   on   behalf__of   himself    ^r declined to mkke^ a put  and the "board, on the grounds    ijc   statement   at   this   point,-  ^shc had been  abusive to the ~faut he did agree it would ap-  ' nurses. j    -.-... pear    the    investigation   had  _He said he had  conducted;   fc^ conducted in an "under-  a  survey^ amdng the   nurses,    handed  manner,  but   refused:-to   disclose, the   .-     - a        v        f  '  nhmeS 0iJ"^f h    �� t      v- ~i��u��e. stated Milligan hiddis- '  charges against her. Mrsr Ni-     -        '  chpl5" turned   over  the   keys  and left immediately.     :  She states Milligan: advised  her. "you  are the  best nurse  I h,ave e\'er known'and if you.  need   a -recommendation   I'll  give you one,  but not  in an  administrative   capacity/7.She  "���.received,  orib   month's   salary  in  lieu-of notice. ���  Milligafi   when   interviewed  -  by'The Times said.^i'l cohdut^__  ted  an jji&uwiew^with   e.very  member   -of   .the:   staff    and  found a serious situation. Mrs.  Nichols wasrasked for her res-  igriatrionr-tcr    using    abusive  and   profane   language7   and  for, discourtesy to "-other- menu  befs of the^ staff." He refused  to7divijlge|The names of nurf  'ises  niakmij.statements against   Mrs.   Nichols,  cussed, the situation with her  in a general way. She was  not-aware, however,, that this  had .been an-' investigation,  but rather a confidential chat  TWO ME1  Harvey: Hubbs, chairman  of St. Mary's Hospital Society . board i stated in a^ telephone���tntervrewT that the  board had held; two ,-meetings'  prior to the dismissal and had  gone into the matter ^thoroughly before a decision was  made.7^We were "satisfied  with Mr. Milligan's findings^"  he said^IWheh asked if i the  dissatisfied nurses had given  evidence before the board, he*  said, "No. they spoke to individual board members.** He-  then amended this statement  to "a board committee.: However he declined-to state who  constituted the board committee. "I. wouldV rather not  disclose that information right  nov,;." he said. "  ; John  Harvey,   board   mem.  ' - j-   New.Fire Trucks    *~"  FIRE CHIEF Marshall Rce\cnd volunteer firemen- Archie"  Scctt stend beside Pender's, fire truck, delivered be-  witft her, and only her  since - fore Chnstmas Gnd ucgd the next morning,  : she   at  one  time  haa  held   a -���--.="  similar position and -might be  able to assist in working out  a; solution to the problem-  She says She told  Milligan"  Mrs.  Nichols had _' never used  any abusive language  to -her  ahd neither had she heard her.  use    such    language    to   any  members of the staff. She felt  Mrs.  Nichols   ��-as   a   wonderful nurse and had the job of  matron foisted on her. but on  xhs sther hand she was a" bit  rougfe- onr  staff   members -at  times--and the. dissertiion" be-  eenherUhd ..Miss-Horn, another staff'nurse, affected the  -:- " - ���. I  ": " ���see page S  Search on lor  missing pefs6n_  A 4S-MAN ground. March par-  ty   and   sirin   divers J under7  the _-dir��c*ica   of  S��ch��il   de-  faehmeni RCMP are? combing-  Ibe    area    around   KiCamey.  Lake     searcfein^     fe��r 1 -sstese  trace   of   Clyc^  PafnwelX of  Gibsons I    who      disappeared  from his home Fridiy. f    -  ^When "he (ailed to' show up  for\��ioo*r  Friday., fright,; hit  wife* notified Gti&torit --<Jctfrch-'  menf  RCMP.: Wallyj P*t*��oa ".  ef Gibsons  organized  a   prir-    .  ate "search  party  tad  |ocai*d  PunwcH/s   car   ai  fKUlazruef  Lake, JT^Tacttf. .. -"- j    f   -  Early | Saturday j meming-.  air-sea rescue w*xej called in  but. failed to find fcny trace  of the tnissir.f man.  Culvert-cleaned;!  Salmon spdvhi;  DEPAR*bl��*NT-  of  Hr-:=_  _jcrew.1spent    :<-. crul    hc-jr?"  7itr.ortly~\~ befr-.re       Cr.r.'Tc-  . ciearins-eut s eu'.trt le^i.r.^  ir.t5~Miial Lar.;. ?>.f it" K^r-  bour.   Trus cu-. .n  r.ad   c-c-cn  plugged: "by a  c-<.-j-. . *- tl.s"^.  Actio 3. of the  r. c* ���-'*>.* c r-  __partm���r'it   re:    zr.'.y    -a ,-ed    a  _". p3rjJ.cn icf tht rtiwd ;7Q-ti ��i-  *rir.g c-fct in *r.- c.,..j p.,v.  tut   &L^6   perm.ttt-d   a   rur   cf  .-cohce-iito *h��   '.z-.s \j ^.^.\-..  These:.   - ra2t r-y.rc.i---:    "rr..'.e  ]     an. advanced   -.���-;>: t'^r,-- > .---  ^l���k-V  . ~T ���    ^   \   Fire Boat  the mc^ih of ���--<  able, to jgfei-m:: i  .t-.'.-L.���. ~ur.-  r.e .j".:eT  FIRE BOAT 'Texada Queen", being operated by W. Milligan while ftreTch'ef Marshall Rce and Archie Scctt  man the hoses.  Adds to tire boat 4�� ��  Pender Harboar firemen  acquire new fire truck  14 (fays jail -  for impaired  ^ncQuver^pair  purehase land  DR. AND MRS. J. W. Vos--  burgh of Vancouver, BC  have purchased the G.; O.  Fahrni property-in West Sechelt. L. E. Kyle, real estate  agent of West ^ Vancouver acted for both parties.  _ When Mr. Kyle came up a  few days before Christmas to  wish his- Pender Harbour  friends   a.  happy   season,   he  mentioned   this  bit   of ,-news.    PENDER Harbour Volunteer Fire Brigade new boast- a fire    Robert} Madison   of . Cibforj*-  We -welcome   Dr.   and   Mrs, truck. They have, purchased Sedheit's no.   I  truck to . received   suspended: " ser.ter.ee  nent-theirfiretxxitr      ^                    ": ' **** found guikypf: assault  ;��(,_* f;���,uL; j- -..._>- i���.a   r~l~-;u    New  years eve.  - . <  BENJAMIN - Jcse-pri   Eaudoiti,  cf Gibsou received jli dzys  ���^imprisenmest and hftd rus'dn*  .   vers    license  ,susp4r-ded    far���  ��� one yeir on a secofid offence  -HOf   driving:" while   h^s\ ability  ���was   impaired   when   He.  ap-_  peared j    before --   ^rafiiitrata  Johnson. ���        f    :  In otfcer court r.eirs Charles  , ,  .-<  Vosburgh and hope -they will  be more than fiappy in their  new? home at West Sechelt.  augment.-  This  volunteer  fire-briaace-Vast craanized   fate-in  Jerry;   Mielke    of - Roberts  Council news . . .  out wiih a -ffcw lengths cf hose  and a pump borrowed from  the Columbia Coast Missi'ort.  In" those days, fire calls were  answered..with equipment- bef  ing nan -'"handled ��*lto -&*  Tirst boat a\,-aliable. &r if the  : fire ^were inland, into the car  cf the fiist fireman to arrive  After'a fund raising cam*-  JAGEdispc^dl problems received full airing at Gibsons'. paism. a regulation..fire pump  ���'.-" municipal council meeting, TFie topic arose out of a and ,_400J {zzh ~^f fi?* ^'erf  Cprhp]aint:troml<eri Watson of Ken's Lucky Oollar .store j^m^onEd ^V SvS  concerning  failure .of  Kelly's Garbage colfection to pick    parties wereTxratesi at strat-  up hii garbage _~-' ��� -     ���   = ; , egic" places  around  the -Kar-  pector,   stated" he   had   about    hour- -     -    \  1959 cfter several serious fires frvtfie Hprbcur. They started    Creek"was *flr.ed ISO  S  GARI  arbage problem ^aired^  Gibson council meets  landlubbers who 'had-_had no  experience in ��� hand! ins anything, larger th.im a rowboat"-  leamed :o manocu\Te the  Quec-n. - Local * fcoat owner?  Cave _.her "a w:de ���birtn���but~  in due time the firemen became adept, and on. rtceipt.of  Ifquor 'in  fer ccr.-  i    jx:L7iC-  summj  place.   \ f  John ���; Ferguson   4*   G.'r.-or.$  was ^ faied    $ KM    f&r    h^i. .r.g- -  carv a.nd ;coniror oi u \cr.-.c\e  wh:Ie"his ability  ws.-,- .h-.pj.r--  -ed.  '    | - " f        f       '  Gordon~Gou*:h    (*.**    Fr.-r.!'..--r "  fire caiL  any one of  page 5  naroour  jcon'unun,  -plactr.   I  was  r. r~-.  I  hquor  ift  $51   f.r  Kelly was present at the  meeting and stated - this "had  been j a problem for three  years.! "I've had nothing but  trouble with K.en's Foodland."  said  the alleyway_ because freight  stacked up^ihere and there  IS only one entrance. When  th\ fire dcor is open I can't  getMn or..out. On Wednesdays  that alley^s not. cleared until  five -oir- six .o'clock. At the  other stores \ can/get it at  any time\ j'ye\pa'rked there  an hour, stopping\traffic both  ways.  There\is  no\robf over  one calj a -week-trom disenchanted garbage collection  users. '"My function is to keep  the service operating. We  elly. ;**Ij-can't" get into ' should take steps  to "prevent"  a recurrence of this situation.  Council should plan for regular, planned garbage disposals."  he said.  1350 was a year of great  -progress. An- engine was purchased for a -: proposed fire  -boat and plans were presented for a 12 by^6-foot boat  a telephone -"alarm . system  was establisSed. a scries nf  training lectures under _the  " sponsorship  of the   provmefii  "were  fire    raarshail's : office  given, the brigade was  the garbage" and oh riiiny days municipal  taxation?  it; getp  s'oakihgx wet"\ - The.,   replies: ----"Compuisorj-  Watson   was-unable V;at- garbage-collection is: the only  .tend  due to  a   business  trip, answer (to^ the  problem ~even  /Council arranged to\neet with if we have to pay extra tax-  Watson,   with   Kelly\presents es." "It's a must  for-a ^row-  to discuss the situation,            \ing village like Gibsons." It's  B. MacDonald. sanitary ins- -                     '   ���see   P3^    16  v " ��� '   " x \.i; .-...  To acquaint, council with  public   reaction,   he���played   a.  tap6  recording of the  feeling =i tered under the - societies" a  -f  the   man  in  the  street *to  e question: "Are you in favor of compulsory garbage  collection    paid    for    through  i  Told "light winds" .. .  Battles waves  ��to set TV; turkey- home  WHILE "104-foot--fugs._w.ere hanging or, fc 'deer fife in  Hclfmccn Bey waiting -out 35 to; 40 rr\''.e-cr>-y^f- ga'.e  force winds -before Christmas, end uriidentif ed speed bc<:t  towing a lending bergevheve into vtew in V.c csp-^-3 Street,  He wes heeding "heme fo^- Soir.tulc nee' Aert Bey  with" the Christmas:-turkey and-a new -TV. He roc teken a  barge-locd cf 4500'coses of emptv.beer berries ,-te V'cn--  ccuve^        .'-.'.:'-' I        -  Merry   ts'cnd   iighthcuse   keeper ' spctree? '"irr.   end  3 in turn notified Secrf r Tewing.  and   firemen   were,  protectee  under ^the workmen's compensation iact.- 1'      , . .  A'��rt   ^,-^.���^ :'a<-i    r*-t     j.~ phone ctr-sec rescue,  volunteer fire department  d^     and.Satvcge wno stOC<Scy wh;.'��� speed bocf e.-ne tZ'Ce -*ere.  nated -a   three7pumper   AHP ' ' '  unit in excellent condition. I  Elarty in 1961, the deisel-pi-  uxred scow. Texada Queea.  was purchased ^>n terms Idr  S200^ Then commenced a rigorous -training:   cam.paigji   as  screiy anchored  The  men  hqd  phcred   the  cirpcrt -vwec-e-  bureau-  before iecvmg Vcnccuv-er end been'edvised er 7-t'~t *snds-  "\{ this is c lig-htjwind, I'd rcte're see c ce'e.'   h~ tz<i.  He pulled <=ut cgain the ccy before C-r.sf-s^^hen  the wines cbctedL He m<-\- heve rr,cde it in r.r-.e. '    *  ^"'"S^  / --Hi  I      .  ffoge 2 The Se chelt^^ginsutcuTimeS/ Wed.|,j Jan^  ^ff00000000f00000f0i  ���**"''  Published Wedijiesdoys  $echelt  Pehinsuld Times I Ltidj^ ot  x Secheltl B.C.     :  X.  ,,.    . I    '     - ': '  l   ���  I Gross CireurotioA, 3,000 ���<5pici  .j   Classified" Advertising Rates:  isL'me AdBriefs,-CTj'5 wordslj   j  One Insertion ���-.-j���������i_"..,85c  Three insertions i ���rf.Li_1.70  Extra lines (5 words) ^���..l.^.-ISc  Br6?4 Numbers,  _Lr7:.i;-^25c extra  If paid before p|klica��iqn, a dis-  eduftt of "25c. per ftdB.riefi is allowed- Semi-Displayl' Super'Display,  Ond,-Blue Chip  (fisPfOjf   1-50 per  . Legal t;  l|7c per c|6ynt Utile (5 :woid^) first  ii|jsertion7-13c pet count (jinfe subsequent insertions.  ;    Deadlines: Saturday 5 'p.m.!  ! i  . t Subscriptic n Rotes:  1!0c per copy, 50: pec. fhbnth (by  i   -carrier); $5JX per yeqr, fin)  j ! * -. advance.  Card of Thanks, Engagements,  Deaths, Births, In Wemoriam,! Coming Events, Etc. Per insertion tup to  4|0 words) $ 1.25; extra wonjlsy 3c  each. 25c Discount if paid l&efore  "puWicction. '  pie  8, 1964  DOUBLE;   rhom    anfi   board  -suitable fcjrij business   cou-r  le aftter.-. Jafcui 1. 885(-9?78i  , 5038-4-,  FORK RENT  S��LMibPA3tK|7f--2  Suite    wateJrifonti  kitchenu BathrOonu,.-.<>il: stove.  Box 273;J Sechelt Tucker.  I         5059-6  REAL ESTATE  CAR0 OF Tl  ANKS  DOREE^ANEfl RAY LEE of  Bryan Road | vish to, thank  Mr. and Mrs. fcrohm and the  Pender Harbour Fire -Department for their quick action irv  ex"iinguishing u- .fire Which  would have, without thei^- assistance, completely razed pur  house, and honft on the rijiorn-  ing of, I)ec.   19t|h. 5082-4   L  PERSONAL  THE   ,best   and   cheapest,   retaining wall is one of stone.  A-   Simpkins,   fs85-2132. X  5034-4  THE Cunningham's Ambulance Servjfo:, Half moon  Bay, Local ana; long' distance  runs. Emergency and non-em-  ergendy calls. Special rates  for old age pensioners. 24-  hoUr servic^. 88p-9927.  75036-4  YOUR  scrap  mfetal   is  worth  . cash    at    Sirrfpkins    Place.  Phone 885-2132. 5048-tfn  Tf-  USED ilarge  er.   Complete   with   blower  add. piper $50J  Ph.   885-9777,  5045-4  T  lage,    elpSe  churches* $14  bedroom  modern.  Eindley  home on  60x180.  pprox. 3  $7750.  DAVIS! BAY  2 bdrm; Pahabode  lovely   wate^fOiit  lot  This is good  WEST SECHfELT  3 _ bdrm hquse on i.  acres.    Good  Sorne terms.  2 bdrm hcluse on l|arge  lot,  close   to   highway  terms.  2�� bdrmi hcji.use ��on  overlooking  on terms.  SECHELT  Lovely 2 bp"im horde in vil  to    seKpol"  ,01)0 or 6  .bijiy    at  $7500   on  good lot-  thle  wafcta.  $6750  :fer.  RENTALS  Gne furnished 2 bdrm house  and one unfurnished:house for  rent at Halfhioon Bay,  Two unfurnished houses for  rent;,. West Sleichelt, inquiries,  invited.; I       =^  jEor all types  .| 7-        eluding  :    To see any  OHice:  , pf insui ancev in-  life, contact  of these phone:  _.���__. 385-2065, or    _  EveST*:. Sirtees 815-9303  C.E.Kiig, 835-2)66    i  AGGETT AGENCIE�� LTD.  5079-<tfn  FOR SALE  WATER Silrvey Services, Insured rock and stump' Trias-  ting. Ja^ek hamhier work, diamond drilling, prospecting,  pipe lines laid,; wells dugiJEs*  timateTa. L. C. Emerson, ER I,  Seeheltj,  885-9,^0.   r  , .5035-4  WORK WANTED^  ���"- ��OY'S LAND; SERVICE,. ,  Kovv yibr-ee 'styes, ol   tractors Y  (and many spedial machine s to  hai^dkv.... acreage,, to. ;"garden  �� ~:plots and-lawns..  The'bejst way,  ROTO-TILLING  Plowing,   Disking,   Cultivjtin  Light  Blade   Work  and  di  Mowing     hay,  ��� small  Power Ra  Have  your la  removing   dei  .end    mower  you need this  twice  to prepare  fig-'  weeds,  brush.  ting  Dajwns  yn  reneiweq  by  gras$,  clippings,  then power s|/ept anflrti  ized.   To *havi    a   gpdd   1  service ^t  year.   .  -     ROY BOJ-DERSQN  ;*   885��9530   i  Please : phone i! eveninas   <|inly.  ���] Si"       .  !&044-tfn  WANTED  WANTED   one" wbod   J^the.  Phone 885-2031.   -       '5058-0  SBCOND-HA^D   J|blly J^mp-  er.   Phone '885-2148.- 7*  ���^   ' 5{)42-4  LARGE, older ty*pe fcod freezer,   Good  condition.   $110.  y 5056-5  zer,   Good'  Ph. 835-4470.  '-f  9 NANNY GOATS  mg,   one  McCrea   885t2079.  DOMINION  good     condition.  tuned.   $250.  H" SHEETING, junk  $35   M,   Goo4   fir*  "Hemlock 2x4  I*laee,   Davi|>  2132.  LEGAL  NOTICES  soil  iira-  and  unright  Phone  Bay,  ,1  moss  and  rtil-  awn  east  Form Noj ]5 (Section 40)  ' ��� "LAIS D ACT''  Notice of Indention to Apply  ���Jto Purchase Lan d  X>-        7  In Land Recording D istrict of  Vancouver and situate East of  Sechelt ilnletj.  TAKE NOTlCEthat Maurice  Earl Hemstrebt of Sech alt, B.C.,  pcclupatipn Wjarehbuse maTrm-  ten|ds to  apply for perre isision to  purchase thefollbwing described iandsj:-���   J 1"*"  Commencing at aipo:  ed at N;.E. corner of  Lot   7071   thence   Ea  chains; thence South ��  thenceJ^fest 23.4'B chains; thence North 5- chains and containing 11 acres, more or Ijss.  The purpdse for which  the  land is requiir��d is honesite.   ; MauHct���Earl Hemstreet  Dated :Depeiii ier*^. I9i 13.  5078-pub. Die c. 18, Jar 8-151-22 ,  ;- i  oil heat-  and  4 milk-  illy.   Qflers.   Ph.  5060-6  grand, *  recently  {535-9938.  5041-4  cedar���  $9ft M.  $39 M. Simpkins  h.   885-  5057-tfn  DEATHS  SHUPE ���fPassed f��*fvay 'suddenly, j December   31;   1963.  Claude - Spepcer Stitpj,  aged  48 yrs. bf ������ Robertst-.C !|  formerly   ok   WiUi��ijis|,  Lai*,  B.C.   Survived by  wife,  burvtvec  , Li^yjl...  son  ta  is' loving  ndy,  and  Elphinstone,- Lodge  AiPs & A-.KJL aod al  ber, of. Hong Kong.  Associations   Funeril  Saturday, Jatmary  m;   from: Sfc.   Aidah  cam,- Church;  Robefl  RC7 Rev. Denis. E*.  ficdatingH' Crematiw  in    cpntainers    oplV  Funeral i Home,  Gio!  Directors. * '  West Sechkt news -g^, Brigatfe'  eeJcUB^-.  two   da_ughters,: Heat nj. Mary,  and  Pauline,  all  a'   home;   1  brother. , Capt.  Robk t  Shupe,  Silverdale,  B.C.  and  his  Mother, Mrs; Robert  D    (Lottie)  Shupe,   Silverdale.    3.C.   De-           cetsed was, a member| ofJMt.     Brackett have  by EUzabetii Lpnneberg  Mrj and, Mrs C 7 L. Kline, of  Blaine, Washingtoin;-spent the  Christmas ho id ays visitingi  thoir.1 "daughte-- andv family,-.  ���M'rs.i IM." Lonneberg. "'  Mr- and Mrs I Jenny Frigon  spent a few cays visiting in  Seattle  over the holidays.  David Donley���has returned  from visiting the John Jones'  of'.West Vancouver.  Ronnie,  Wendyj and  Wayne  Njo.    130,  k> p. mem*'  V^ter^ns'  'Service  jat/ai p..  /jtngli-  0t^ek,  lUrris:ofr  Flowers  i Harvey  ons, B:C.  5083^4  returned home  after an exterjded visit with  their grandmother- on Galiano  Island   where  , tending school  Mr.   and. Ml)s  and family" of  ^erly of Sechelt  here over the  Mrs.   D.   E.  turned   from  Bob Pehota  Ajgassii.1 form-  isited friends  holidays.  Smith   has  re-  Victoria   where  she visited iher iiarents. Over  Christmas    thoir  from Esquimalt  Ho   is   now ^-0  Montreal  wherje  transferred.  Also home fbr  from universitj  rick ; visiting  h  son    Chris  visited  them.  his   way   to  he  has  been  the holidays  s Danny Pat-.  is I parents,   Mr-  nsurance  SHERIDAN t.V^  ���   Sales and Sep'  ���-^ -  RADIO ^ APP  Phone 885-'  H7 Bi GORDP  KENNETT LlTD  Real Estate and  Phones:  SQSmm BB6  PE^ieURlSTt  Mrj^i fiijfe" ConpbeH  Selma Pdrk, on; litis stop)  Phone 885^r78s  Evenings;by appa intment-  ���' *���;  ������;.:. j ��� '  TELEVISION  SALES Jt SERVICtE  RELIAB|LE - PRC MPT  RICHTER'S TiV.  & RADIO LTD.  Sechelt, B.j^ - fh. 8 85-9777  and Mrs, S. Patrick.  Soon  we will j welcome  Mr.  dnd   Mrs.   He}'-ward   of   Now  iqse new home  iu|;Lion in West  Mrs.  T.   A.   Se  Mr.  and. Mrs  ley   and   child  visited   Mr.   and- Mrs.   Budd  Fearnley of Sest View Lane.  Dr.   and    Mrp,  Eleanor,   Marti  to the Moscow  couver  during  Leading fruii  vince is Ontar  not  only  a  fatjsrable climate  FIREPLACES  PLANTERS |  . FOUNDATIONS  in its Southern  so a large popu||ation to provide    a    large    (market for the  they  were  at-  Westminster w  is under consti  Sechelt.  L.   Parsons  much   impr,Ove|  ing -t^hristmas  hospital.  Also home from St. Paul's  hospital and otrnvalescin.g is  Norm Watson  Nick Seymoiir)' fi-om Tofino  is vis-mug his parents, Mr. and  si home again,  * after spend-  n   St.   Mary's  tnour.  ! E.  C.  Fearn-  ���&n   of   Ha.ney  Swan.. touk  i and Trevor  Circus in Van-  ithe   holidays. -  rgrowmg   pro-  {o.   which   has  Section but al-  " DURING  1983 Sechelt Volunteer  Fire   Briglade: was   called   out   more   dftert   th^n   in  any  previous  year, j  There were.iiix house fires,  the fire ajt the Sechelt Inn,  seven chinlmey firesj two roof  fires,; fotir bmsh fires, and  two fir^s in furniture. There  was one false alarm, and one  car was removed Trom the top  of a tree. , f '  September    was   the    only  month   wJjthout_^--featl' /The  "fires were pretty well distrib- ��  uted |pvelh4he fire  protection  area.;, ���      ;.    ��� f  One brush fire was set by  a lighted cigarette being  thrown, from-a-car. This kind*  led the brush between the  creosoted poles of the voltage  regulator on the edge of Set.,  ma pank. Fditunately the alarm was turned in before the  poles could catch fire, which  might have resulted in a serious) power outage.  The ambulance . was called  out 13 times during the year.  Three calls were to take pat-  ientsLto Vancouver hospitals,  one to New Westminster, and  three, accident calls. The balance were calls to take patients to Mr.  Mary'sbqspital.  Set-hell SPCA  has4busy moHlh  SPCA president. B.' L. Cope  reports a busy month. The  owner of; an injured German  shepherd jwas located after. 13  phone eat is. Much needless  time and] effort could, .have  been avoided had the dog  been wearing the i'ollar and  license  required   by  law. .  ��� Two cats were chloroform-  ed���one an abandoned. star��  ving, injured icat in the Sechelt areja. and the othei^. a  kitten in the Gibsons' area  with, a fishhook stuck in its  throat. Also chloroformed was  a sea gull with a broken wing.  3  Selrria Park News  THE   H:   Brom evs   and"  dau-     itimr  rcliitives   in   Vancouver.  WALLS  A.'SIMPJCINS-  eys   and"  daughter.  Pam,  tame   up  from  Vancouver toiofjen their sum  mer home for  Also the Sid Hiimons wete up  to their summei-  qjjr 01"5*>       �� lIlt-"r sunuiie;   uume iui   wu  X��7'J'I,      holiday,  and stayed  over  for  _JP��Hf}-  the   cribln.ee    ^  vening   in   the  SWANSON  ��ROS.  Septic Tanks and ��>i oin fields  Bulldoxing  Backhoc and Front End  Loader Woi k   >  Screened Cement Grovel  fill ond Road <" ravel -  Phone 885-9ii66  Box 1|72- Set heir  I fifl-i  5051-tfn  Scows ��� Logs  SECHELT TOWING  & SALVAGE LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving  & Log Tow ing  L.HiGG!>  Phone 885-4425 "  5052-tfn  community cenlre.  CITY HOLIDAlr  The   Charlie  into -Vancouveri  days   with   the;  grandchildren,  i as    also  Mrs.   George   fi atchelor  stayed   with   h|er   son,   John,  and  family.  VISIT   VANCCIJUVER  The Bert Grasrs were dpwn  for a  few days  their   sen,   GoDfitnay   and   his  SECHELT AGENCIES  LTD.  ��� Representing  Travel Headquarters   ;  Reservations and (lomp^ete |  Informotio i  y'^X^^T  Call 885-2 WT      L  family, and the  were down  for  their son and (laughter, both  married and giving in Vancouver.  STILL  VISITINJG,  Nessie Kennedy is still vis-  t plant-  Mock A  t 23.48  chains;  Phone Sechelt 085-9669  PENINSULA   7  BUILDING SUPPLY  : "The House With *i Heort^'  E. J. Coldwdll, Pioprietor  Box 97 - Scchclr, B.O  he New Year.  iting rcliitives in Vancou%rer,  and the peorge Rustons visited friends in Nortfi Vancouver  for  a   few .days prjor   to  New; Ye.4r.  home for the  VISITS MOTHER  Ti}e Chamberlain* and their  daughter. Renee, were, visitr  ing .^Irs. Chamberlain's : mother, JVlrs.- L. Campbell. It was  Fosters-were the first time in some years  for the i)oli- they had" baen* together^ for  any ; length ..of time. -Vlajor.  Chamberlain lias just rtftired.  from the . Canadian Army.,  They were in Edmonton before returning to Vancouver,  and prior to that had been  stationed in Germany, where  thc-y lived for a time at Soost.  was  who  staying :with  Harvey Hubbs  a�� day to see  \ COMING -        \  COMING  i DON'S Shoe Store ;  i   JANUA^ SALE  �� ���       : - c.  \      Sunny Cres$ Plozo  *��+*mmm mwttjm ********  *  ��  ��  T  Adjacent to  CARPENTRY  Houscfranting - :inishing  All Kinds of- Corpc nter Work  FREE ESTIMATES  ^hoheNio  -~m*mv*-M +  280?  ���i*^** ��- K �� *  '     :\  ���^v^rt^vfvv  CARL'S.COVE SUBDIVISION  ��  Earl's Cove Ferry terminal or| Sunshine  Coast HighWay. Beautiful-view of Jervis Iffet. Excellent fishing and boattng ^ood site for motd and boat  reotals.   .        - |  \(VATERFRONT LOjTS $3,500 J  VIEW LOTS FROM $1800   |  10% down.llasy terms on balance. Discourff for cash.  0. SLADEY  Ma<Mira Park, B.C. ��� Phpne 883-^33  3A V�� ���*����������** .Vi}.*i\S*. Vtf-.��i\%v\ v\vvv\v*5yi u*- .*��� W S ��i"^Wi  v  / ? r;  In the six fiscal years since  1957 the federal unmatured-  debt -has increased from? $14.3  billion to SITS billion; almost  all of the5. additional money  has been borrowed in Canada,  only S432 million being repayable in New York or London. -     . ���  TWILIGHT  JHHTRL  ,   GIBSONS  FRI.  and SAT.  NJGHTS  at T:30 pm and 9:30 pm  ALL OTHER NIGHTS  at 8:00 pm  Every Tuesday  TWO ADMITTED FOR:  THE PRICE OF ONE   '  E&M Bowladrome  Tues., Wed., Jan. 7. 8  Charlton Heston  Eleanor Porker  NAKED JUNGLE  ; Thurs., Frl, Jan. 9,10  Bridgirte Bordot - Charles Boyer  LA PARISIENNE  Jan. 11 - Matinee  Randolph Scott - Barbara Hale  7th CAVALRY  fThe Sechelt -Peninsula Timesj Wed., Jch. 8, 1963 Poge 3  [Bowlers hold: annual parly   j f  pleasant   hounr..  Feature.!7 .was  fc��*   Spot:  Dances.    ~*-::**  one  MIDWAY OF GIBSONS' A League rolled teem high three  of 3141 and Imperials of the same league team high.  ���single of 1145-  -  - League scores.  Gibsons' B ��� Moonlighters  2607, 916: J. Chaster 684 (.277.  241).. EL  Connor 631.  Tuesdav Coffee���Jinx 2513,  94i R.' Horvath 599 (267h V,  Bbjbs 535. C. Fisher 535 (276).  A. Johnson 510. B, Swansori  561.-.;."   -     / -*-  Merchants-Jim's TU 2795.  988; B. McFarland 624*~(260).  D. McCaui.av-639, S. Wilson  241. B. Gibh 240.  Gibsons A���Midway 31% I:  Imperials 1145: B. Fisher 254.  D. Crosby 632T L..Billing 613  (250). J. Davies 603r J- Alien  614 -(276). E. Shadweli 609  (285). H. Shadweli 635- C2S0).  L..Campbell 602 (252), Gwen  Edmonds ���69. G- Edmonds 665  (248)j "G.- West   649   (241).  {   The Gibsons Bail and Chain  JBowIir-g- League    held   their  {aimual   - Christmas   ; Party    at  l.tne     Legksn     HalU    Roberts  TCfeek. -  i   About 49 members attended  {the   dance   and  "tripped   the    Musie *��ii supplied by:r^c<  ]light     fantastic. . for    several.�� player..,- 7       _ "*    r  -V*S  vrori by - Murray Kirs.j: iw-.th.  Mrs. Bob jHo^eri as hX partner. =the  n^her -was   %'os.   by  ''K  :*#  XH!  iV-ii  7.-*--'  c '*:  ���*- .v.  1 v. ���".  - -.I!  '-������ 4.  ���     -V  i .���  u  \&  -> ��� n  ��� ��� ,-  F   ;i-  ��� -t if  1 !-.������^^  I   .������  4'.  ��> JL   ^-   ,  :1-. --���,  Farland 643. J. Webb 271. E.  Yablonski - 678 (271). B* Reed  603   (245). --  Commercials^��� Jets 2592:  Larks 980: D. Reeves 714  <25p. 267). D. Bailey 603 (309).  H. '-_ Jorgenson 617: (243), M.  Campbell 246. R. Cruice 70i  (307, 251), J. Peddie 615 (273).  " Port- Mellon���Rebels 2543:  Winners 914: A. Ferguson 240.  J. Larkman 6S7 (243). J. Thomas 693 (305). C Sheppard  621  (260), J. Hostland 249.  Crown and Anchor���Knaves  2693 - 9S3; Gwen Edmonds  673 (279). L. Gregory^ 699  (290. 251). J. Larkman: -627  (241). A. Holden 602 (255). E.  '(243,  262>.  Connor    702  Hume 602. -   " "    1  "   Bali      &nd      Chain���Lucky {  Strikes 2535. Sid's Harem 959, J  *��'  Ladies"- Wedhesdav���Gibson  ~D- Carroll 278.  Girls 2313. 830: R. Tavior 504.  M. Lee 524. D." Crosbv 602  (24Ii. L. MacKay-348,.M- Ccfi-  norl 526, C. Zantolas 616. .  Teachers Hi.���Hit urns 2706"  1021;   H.   Inglis   605,   B.   Mc-  - Juniors���Blowers 1035-578;  Carol Fershner 233. Wajme  Wright ,207. Randy Godfrey  2-0". Robert Solnik 222. Chuck  Bruce 376 (209j. Mike Cie-  ment.^335 '233).  MOST WANTED STYLES!  FMOMTEFABRICS, COLORS!  CREfiTEST-SAyiNGS!'-'  "Ywo years operation . . .  Sat., Mon., Jan. 11, 13 '-  Peter Cus'ing - Hazel Court  :.'   THE CURSE OF  ,    FRANKENSTEIN  Tues. Wed., Jan. 14,15  Debbie Reynolds - Fred Astaire  fab Hunter  THE PLEASURE OF  -HIS COMPANY  Thurs., Frl., Jon. 16,17  _Pouf Newmon���:  . Joanne Woodward  V.~fARIS BLUES     ' ;  FOR FURTHER .  INFORMATION CALL  SeelteSf Soccer sa��ciiif s  under. Legion  DURING the schooLholidaysthe Sechelt Branch Ncv 140, J  - Royal Canadian :I_egion# entertained the junior .soccer j  tearrTwhich it sponsors.    -      _ ' }  Fifteen of- the boys were presenf. The event started j  with  sandwiches,  cane,  cook-  : ���- : : {  ies. and pop, served by Mrs. ^^j- j^c did a card trick. 1  W. KL Sheridan. .Mrs. W. E. and ^gjj shcwed the bovs I  Haridford. and Mxs.W. Sher-   ^^ to'doTt. He alio read b^r f  idah.  The adults had a cup ol coffee, while The boys worked on  ^a   "what   has   been   cut   from  the   . advertisement"    contest,  which was won by-Kent Sher-  -idan- The   next   item   was   a  -^fuhny face contest- Four boys.  Bobbie Beck. Randy De Leen-  -.iheer, Kent Sheridan, and Bobble  De   Angelis. were  in  the  running.   By" vote   of  all   the  boys. Randy De Leenheer was  the   winner.  Charlie   Gregory,   entertain-  \jrijrriiiriitMitiinfiiiiifMfffffff/f/in  i-  | ; 2 year guarantee $4^.5�� installed  installed  I   1 year guarantee $3��*5��  (plus service call)  ITER'S  T.V. and HI-FI SERVICE  ���    -i -" -r-'.'. ���-      -      "  1538 Gower Pt. Rd. - Gibsons - Phone 885-9384  GOVERNMENT CERTIFIED TECHNICIAN   .  mental     concentration      mes-  -sages the boys wrote on fold- |  ed pieces- of paper. " f  ; Finally, the boys had a sing- |  ing contest, ana" finished up }  by singing an improvised, j  verse-of thanks to the adults. {  The soccer team is in the!  Legion Junior OI\-mpic" Trai- f  ning Plan, which has been in \  operation for two years. f  Fred Jcrgensen. Ted Fare- {  well. W. E. Handord are cda- |  ches, with M. J. MacTavish |  assisting when needed; Every |  week the coaches and boys 4  turn out for practice or games I  except during the three sum-f  mcr months;        -      -    - j  During the winter^ training j  will be every Tuesday even-1  ing in the Sechell school ac-l  tivity rvom. The."soccer teams|  are sponsored by rar;ou> o=-l  -gamzations on   the   peninsula, f  There is a junior league cf|  seven teams,  boys nine to  13 j  years, and-feur tearms. boys 14}  *and 15 year?, in^the kx^Tuyed^l  iate  league. . {  %ililII//IffIIIfl/lI/I//f//fIIJ'Il/l/I/ll'J/f///ffMf/ff'JMJX  BEGINNERS CLASS  Hemstreet- f~] Room  ��� Sechelt  FRIDAY,  JANUARY 10  8 p.m. - 10:30 p.m.  Donations 50c each  Caller  MAURICE HEMSTREET  SAFE  SSSSS j  At.our Annual January Clearance  Dresses - Coats -jSuits ~  All at greatly reduced prices-  ��� * _" ~ i  H. BlsHjqp  -    -INDIES7  WEAR  SECHELT  Phone"  885-2002  GIBSONS  [ Phone  886-2109  I- ���*���  4 .  h  i  *���  1  --  I���}  it*  "���V  ' X  ���:*���  ���*���*'  if I-      �� �� -.,_  <*���--���-     ���".'   ������ " ���t������������"  ������-'   ���������������'���������    ���      -~M���, ��������������,��� ���-��� *���*���'�����,���.���i!���    ���,��' ���'����� ' ��� ���*���*"'-". ���      ^^  .���7." . .  ;.-J. -TH'��  -.  J-Q  x\s  Sechelt Peminsul fjut *e*  /A- o/,Mfl��:  W'edneisda  Things;   >/ Shoes. Ships, Sealing Wax, C<  January 8, 1964      . ������-4���-  a  ly Psistor .Anbhby  THE YEAR of 1962 has been outwardl>| one of  grefat triumphs, t ten have encircled me earth,  a test ban treaty ha* beep signed and---pototnfial  'countries'-such- as  Kenya! have! achieve^  pendente. But things such jas~racial, hatrea, moral  I violence and the ass;issinakion7of President Kennedy show an inward moral vacuum injajarge  majority of mankind  ���tive  MewJ Year  What is the answer? Thef  outward deeds of violenc  rap lion of the individua^heart.  hr  ibbdges, Kings  but If hall  what 1 bel  \  Society limits  our freedoms  By Brian Knowles from fviy-ook  ~~TF our Viking ancestors were  able to "-revisit  the scene of  say;, 'Therefore if any man live  a N  is  stration  EW; CREATION: old things s re passed tuvay; ritating and.  bel*j|dld, all things are became ijtevX Do you have-   W�� have  this living, personal belief in Christ that can-bring political* scene,- on   all 'three what mattered to them. They  vou a eenuinelv "Happy New Y|ar" in 1964.     ��AJ& ^T^vfleen s*cnt no *imc in >vorry about  blushmgly boast to have been what  Socic,y thought of their  * wcoea-byr tie beat the poht-       .  ^mri*? ���]- ...������>������ ieal fields has  tq7i>ffer. actl��ns'  SfitL-J&.l'O / Wooed���but   ne"?er  won! \Vc have been-brought up in  . -,-���>'-   j 'u    *      ���     xThe    "best���by    which    we tjjfe tradition  if not the reality,  ITISbisidethepbinSwhefherornotMrsJNichpls   winout even the opportunity to defend {her post- mean leading figures on the Q* ..   .     '. sce-ritv  Un.  ac.tuallV giiild' as charged by thejadmim-  and bbard -of St. Mary's' Hospital Society  ttpr  ._...,     .   that seldom  in Christ, he is times is da  1/ mcjy be, wrong,  not be so wrong  fail to say  eve to'he right."  -UjouN Atkins tH'r adventures,  their  mouths  . '<        \Vould drop agape at our mat-  ir*     if��:/M1,��    erial gadgets.  But -they would  f5     B0M���?I1��    wonder even more, I think, at  us.   They   would   wonder   why  wc, with every possible means  THE   courtship  of   the .press    f wdl.bd     and SeCl)riIy..are  by  politicians  is  an  accep- L .     , , " . ,       . ,  ted fact by [working members *>  obviously   and   desperately  Bttlile traces collec- of the Four ;h Estate. distrustful of life and of our  ti) an inner cor-     It   is  usu: illy   viewed   a$   a sclv.es.   Our   more, courageous  2 Corinthians 5:17 ?ort   of _ occupational   di^ase. ancest0rs had a matter-of-fact  (Lakeshorc News)  is fatal but some-  aeceptancc of success and fail-  hgerous,  often  ir-     ..    . .,  never  satisfying. ��**��� L,fc waVa lcs.lm8 ��"��**"�����  been   around   the How they stood the test  was  federal,   and; sometimes   pro-  the point is she has the right t(> know who her vincial  level.   Whose, in tel lee-  fortunately we regard both as  of'nsiligprbfcne aid abusive language lanS lor    accusers are, what the specific charge is and to tual cal^rei,an^. ^}^a] P  lembers oil the staff  Nichols has rendered dedi-  to St. -Mary's- fiFosrJiitai.  discour esy toj/other  .Siyice".'19p Mr,  cated and efficient ^Irvice  She  his  chedrfully|^take|j  the" majority! of j the  emerg^hcy nigtt caifeana still appeared M sjrven  a.m. t|do he   refealaif sqift as matron, linti  centlyj^hc has done |afl the X-ray jind labor,  work jfith Tlof extra!rem|ineration:| She pas  rkd alloacMai beypiid tlje call of duty.  ihj return! she ii robhed of hdr job anq her  reputation in the coil'murity andii^ her -p|ofe  jston  IT ISlflME |he bylaws of St. IVJiary's  >jere brought up-tcw late to coincide  situation as it^xistsjtodai', that is  ��� subsidized a taxpayers' efpense  a new  Article M (c)  lines tome.o  administrator,  djschiji  ttelyfbwnetf alra=maintXined Revised to bring its obsoleseert bylaws in line to ^g_Jjh 'Euble^Sctl   fiS "ust s,a"d a,one and &.��,c't*��  -f& The exisjting tjylawj; drawn ^ip inlJarjiuary  1^56 Were based pijf cusfom anjd usage f.vhejri.St.  Maryjsj was' a priv  h(j)spj2dl operated byjlthe Columbia Coast Mission.  Alnd allhough^tEese Wla^s havebden apErovbd by  VfictoHa, theji:depai|tmerltal; cOnoirn. is only! to  pfotetftj $jG.FLI.S. r igulations. .; j: ���..  '|,���- M-thosejiidays the Cblumbia Coast Mission  Aa:int|aiined"a^ offici;. in fencouve r- from whith it  administered its thr.^e coastal hospitalsJTheiiji, it  niadei^ensefilr^the administrator to examine the  credeptiaisand hire, the-fstaff meribers. Even so,-  onef st|ll had to pas^ the approval ^of thq. m'aitron.  ts.  doing is degrading or not of a  so   high   caliber,  even though   we  5 ,v.��.  v.���^i^ ���..��   j^,,^^  ���v- a? birthright. We go along liko  .  .        .,        .    . .,-    ���, ^ u���r^,��� \���An���   umen  are  M  the  highest 'or-.;sheep with the trend of the day.  delend herself against the charges-before judge- der__]ive , ip   to- thi   actof>5 ���    p             s                 J  ment is passed. Her accusers should state ;their motto: ��YoT*re   as   good   as '    u y                '  grievances before^the board in her presence, and your last p-ess."  she should be given the Opportu lit v to state her    They, .and   expect<>dly ...  of the ci before the bo|rd' and her ac- �����  %' P ess ^nor^o  elec- may be happy doing ,t  we an*  -        ^                               r                              tion,,   the     immediate     post- considered, of a low class and.  election period- sees them co- are anxious to cfmb (?) to a  nocratic process.                                                       operative,   and   even   in   the . .   ���               , ..   .��� '���:���,.,  the days of the inqluisition  are over,  are ^vaning days of a loTig tenure 'f1 more a^Ptab1^ to "?���y-  ...^   not? As a responsible member of a free in  office,    hey  never  forpt. We may takv our ulcers U.th us  soKcty  She  is  entitled  to her  basic   democratic They ;7wiltihgly   supply   it^or- and eontribme very httle to our  ���    r"-���>                                                                                    mation   wh!en   askefi,   and   if way of life, but because the new  they   can't   give'   infofnUrtioh j^b has prCS,igC. we &t<ek it and  they let ore down' gently and . ,   ,��� ,\.,,  . ��� ,��� ...  I,, .  ;   n iijV ' _,  expect people to look up to us  _��__,.���                                                     all in. all bihave as any smart ���.; �����      v    .��� ���, L   ,_,_..��� T      -���     a^^S                               ,,                 politician  4  expected   to   be- for having u. We are born to be  1 I have.   -.''', ruled by society.  Hospital' Tt\ ljority of the vote cast by the inemb&rs present    These    j fe    politicians    at     , ifc can ^ a grc:it aijventure.  wttiii the    at any: regular or special meeting, of the Society jheir hes^, -|ulTit is a side of 6 .        ^ mcrfc.,y a w of  ho|pital.   prided that the notice of toj^ir^advi^S S^S^iKutt Cte  Ration and decay. Each ot  hstiiis been"B'v<?'"- "he ability to*  One/ recMnily-elected   coun- think-and act for himself. The'  would be well cil comes t^mind.When run- individual, in the final analysis.  meet the demands of a growing  X&^'a'mendment is to fcf cjeatt with at the S^llS^ ��n the  mj-'eting  St. Mary's.,Hospital Sbcibu  community and  ures,     bacDigrburid���it     came ^atUe about life's meaning with  publicly supported hospital. There's no point in in a sfiemjpg]y never ending himself -=*  not  depend  upon  C�� rrytftg-over bylaws, proven to be defective.  TheXmorning after  (WiFfi SPEAKING)  stream.  Various  society to interpret it for him.  Representatives   tel-  We shou|d accept life ter what  t  all  hours  of  the .- .   ���        , ,-..,  it is���a challenge to our quality,  lof |he existtig bylaws'i outw.   v  f the autHorityt--one .dutids cf the  asj 4*i 3 select, employ, control and  'ge all iemplc yees lof the hcspitali' aiicl.(f)  responsible for" IxecuUon jof'pr<pfe?sponal  S 01^18031^.'*     '  man-  |i|iali-  :0f a  aides  iegardlejss of flow pffictent A business  ager .-an administrator miiy be, he (lacks the  ficatid) ns \o j|udgef the operating  efficiency  profes:;ional $taff,|such fas nurses, nurjies  and laboratory teahnieiiiis. In fact, mir;es fh:emr  selvesj take special univelrsity cour[ses in administration in order tfo hanale this type dif position.  I4>id you eveijbhear of a pusiness manajgjr serit to    Arise my sweet prince, but be cau,fi|l doiji't skid,  '" 7quMiftcattomrpf a teacher in the ICl;ass-    Arise and cor  Good morning my bright internatrona mate.  IV y outstanding geniusjin problems of state.  I frust jill is clear in that wonderful mi nd  hich last night remd.deled the whole of mankind.  YJour handlitTg of Russia, the Ruhr, Palestine*,  ^  And China and Creecie.it was mast:rfully fine.  You're;sure to be named as the "Mail of the Year".  Here's four or five aspirins���swallow ihem. dear.  Awake my fine songster. It's well on towards noon,  All morning I've waited, just hoping, you'd croon  A measure from "Chloe" or "Deep   tolling Sea",  Which last night you sang until half after three.  You wakened the neighbors, you trijped On the mat  And one "of yourjyx>pirwas your hostess's hat.  I'msure sIse-WilTwant you again.for re night  Tie life of the party whenever you'r; ;ight.;  nay with a plethora  it-.  without which- wc-: should never  know  of -ttjbat   stuff   we   are  ephoned  .night and  of publi'citl  They lej it be known  they  were oivcsjl], at all times, day made,  or   night,   knd   if   we   wanted  any  inf on nation,   all  we   had  to4��:w,tsiask'    \X *      Doctor's advice  'Then thify were elected.  Rapport :s replaced by reti- By Marijyn Simpkihs  cehee; ! My mother shouts and shakes  Bonhomie   becomes    "don't     with (right  bother me.;" -yvhen baby's eves go left and  It bring j. to mind    an    m- :��� '     b  scription    |��'|   politician    friend  .   r,g '" : ���  used   to   lisk-ve   fixed   on   the Pl,r Anna ha* gained a pound a  wail facing his desk���the Lat- \ week, ^  in^quotatitn,  Carpe  Diem.        The book would say she is a  Every   tiime   the     poUtician ���   fre.lk  looked up his eyes would see i,,    ,'. ', ,,. .'        ,  '  the  legencj! which means  'en- She hlcks or fl,P* her hcad s<>  joy   the   piresent. day',   and   is     slight, i  taken fror-i an  ode of Horace.Or sleeps all day and {wakes all  consider the. things thatyo  The uprooted garden,-ithe splintered  sounded just- like an old-fashioned barrage  It  C b see vour hostess- ��� and carry a  u did1,  garage.  :heque.  .judge the ...  rpornj? Of Ickfurse  not.  That's the  fiihctidh:  of  sfchopi inspealdrs, who ire teachers, tnemsefves.  To expipt ah adn inistrator to hrndlej 'this  rbsporjsibility is unfair pot only to hini buifalso  "to thelpersoi^ who is responsible-for tie smooth  and harmonious opejatipn" of that areajof alJios-'  ..pital.which dials-with tie care alnd welfare of'the  patients. To deprive a matron of the authorit f that-  goes   with \her responsibility  is  a short-silghted  policy ahd ckn lead only to friction and mefft-  tiiency f since JsnVdoes not have the authority to-' My juvenile jackass, my dfm-witte^ duffer,  impos; her demands, iltls^.simiilar }o depriving a  Captain ofthe coniJs|ete| commjand of his sh|p.  reminding  us  mat   me  is  so     njght i  'short   and the   future   uncer- Mum   hones (he aoc;.. Tjs not  tain. i .  Or,   as   ithe   politicihns   by 4   ^^Iway  now   must!  know���   Elections:1" book" I'read both night and  I think if you sign it just "Pain in the Neck",  The Bank, will O.K. ii ��� it, would hive to.be you,  1 he clowikthat went berserk] "twist i h wn ahd the dew".  So drink upJhat seltzer, yij>it chattping drone;  "Tis said to be |ood for al splinte ing dome.  I wish-1-were Sandow, how far woud I throw\you;  Ffor the next thirty days please pfetend 1 dort't know; ViQU{iTeol  Andsfvhat chancXfis there that board  t^\jcs of pdlitjl' can b|e cflKried out effectively  direc-  x^hen  *i'ou say you feel awful?���vfell, Gol ii mit, suffen  Irom Sydney Review  they are rehjlyed fr^im ^heN^pard to thef adpi'nis-  tkator to the matrOnt __  Anothen byla^.whlich should be biougtitj up  to-date is that portfoh [of Arfji.cle~XII, sectibh" 2,  which reads| "AH jappbintmepts (to tte. nedical  staff) .shall bf made by the board upoii the nbmi-  hations mad| by tlje medical] staff."  Everybody realizes that doctors, deaiicjated  as they'are to the welfare-��f. human ty, wjould  riever explo t such a bylaw "jthat fore* s apfjither  dbctof to ol tain the nominajion of his competitors. This b; law was. valid fopa privatb hospital,  hut nc^t for a public one. i      | i  These bylaws pan l|>e amended byl.an extraordinary   re solution   passed   by  .a   tjiree-forths  ������ ;���  .99  as  aren't  for, ?[ver.  his    right  the days  Newfour dland has the, Commonwealth's . only legislature  Where tht government sits to  the Speaker's left rather than  ;   day."  -The doctor  laughs and  laughs  ;   with glee.  '."Mother, thie babe* can't read,"  says he.  a    holdover    from  When the  Assembly  chamber jyas heated by a sin- Snowfall  left.  , food for thought  Lloyd's of London w|IT*insure-inything (almost.) in  the heavens above (airplanes) or on the earth beneath  (automobiles) or in the waters under the earth (submarines). They will even insure gool weather on Christmas Day 1961, if you will pay th<; premium. But not  jeyeri JJeydV-wiiTTnSuriPthe succes  takes the man and the wife and Ge d to do that. But it  is a great spring-throiigh, the air,: a nd the glorious uncertainty adds to-the zest.  Sechelt  ice to the Speaker's.By Martiyfl Louie  The snowflakes arc falling  From the sky;  j Millions of them drifting  By and by.     -   "������  Sechei r Peninsula^��sS  Publlsaed Wednesdays  jat Sechelt  on B.pls Sunshine Coast  by  Ptninsula Times Ltd.  Box 3^1 -Sechelt. B;C.  Serving the area from  ��� PorilMellon to Egmont  (HoweiSpund to Jervis Ihlet)^  ioaii\ Donley, Editor  S. B. ^kgard, Publisher  Subscription Rates: *  (in advance)  .1 Yeai,S5-2Ycars,$9  Years S13  The snowflakes are falling,  Covering the trees  With white, soft snow;  I fall on my knees,  In the gentle snowflakes  ; Cool aijd soft, 't  !A welcome blanket  From aloft.*    ""*--  The snowflakes are falling,  A heavenly sight,  ; A fairy blanket J  ; In the soft moonlight.  I  i  '���\ kV.. ���m^ ivt;-^&?;^^^ ^^a^-^.J^y^V^>..^:>.'!W1;f'*^^ ��� --���  .^.i.>.��.: i.^:^ ..-���M*.���..t ������������    ���*�����-������.���>������ ,���*-. .., .���,.,- ������..��� ... ....���.���.       ,,-.J..  /  t TheSeehelt Times, Wed.,  Johuary 8, 1964 ��� Page 5  "MORE ABOUT . . . " '*  Wire truck  r   ���from page I  ;'   could operate; the boat or. man *  *,   the pumps and hoses.  \-    During- 1961, 13 fires, including   boat;   house   arid   bush,  Were attended.        -  In 1932, another series of  lectures sponsored by the prd��  Vincial fire marsha'll's office  ���were given, and 13 fires were  - attended again this year too.  ___ However, with their self-  imposed responsibility to provide the maximum protection  to the maximum number of  people .in the area, the fire  brigade, ' in 1963, stuck out  their collective neck and offered to purchase No. Ptruck  - from the Sechelt volunteer  fire edepartment, and this  equipment was delivered Dec.  .18: .    The very next morning, at  4:45 a.m., with no previous  workout or training in the  handling of the equipment,  the firemen were called to a  fire in the home of R. A. Lee  of Silver Sands. With determination and-; sixth sense the  fire was struck cut before any.  . damage was done to: the liv-  -,* ing area of the house...  ;. . One other call the truck has  had was to wash down the  highway following a car accident, in which a considerable amount of gasoline was  spilled on  the road.  The plan, for 2964 includes  intensives training with the"  fire truck and continued training with the fire boat, and  to increase the number of  firemen, available for calls.  The firemen under the direction of fire chief Marshall  Rae spend many hours train- '  ing and working on equipment. Their' efforts"'contribute  to the safety and welfare of  the - district,, but theV feel  they are not getting the financial support they should "-  from the area. They operate  entirely on donations. They  receive =no annual -grant or  fees from either residents^-or  businesses. "Their limited budget results in curtailment ��f  training .and maintenance  Which in turn affects their ef- "  ficiency . - . ,,. One training  night every, week is spent  canvassing for funds.  MORE ABOUT ...  St. Mary's Matron  ���from pagp 1  morale of the. whole. staff-  Further, site advised Milligan,  in her opinion, -the one who  raised the biggest commotion  had left and now things  Would  settle   down -,  , Another point to which she    i  took exception was Milligan  jrepeating to staff members a !  remark made to him in con-" I  fidenee by Mrs. Nichols. When. |  asked, upon Miss *��� Horn's res-: |  ignatron, who' should be plac- i  ed second in charge. Milligan    j  ... alleged Mrs.* Nichols, said, j  "There's not much to choose  from." By repeating this remark, Mrs. Filgas felt Milligan evoked unfavorable re-  -���   plies about-'Mrs. Nichols from  * staff members.- She  also  felt  /this remark; displayed a lack  -Of confidence in her staff on  the part of Mrs. Nieho'ls.  0|her nurses also were under the impression this had  been a confidential chat���not  , ^reinvestigation to obtain evidence to- dismiss Mrs. Nichols. All.-nurses indicated surprise to learn Mrs7.Nicho.ls_  had been dismissed- They had  been told she resigned. "We  Were told Joyce walked off the ;  ���job." said: staff nurse; Mrs.  Hall, but she refused to disclose    who-, had    made    this  - Statement:to her.  ��� Mrs; Alice- Bemont, RN, al-  so-a nurse on the staff of St.  . Rlary's states-.  "I was not interviewed in anynvay at all."  .  Miss  Horn was" unavailable.  for cOmment.  23C?\7  ' ���:' ':���  ���*"  :-  - .���>.     1  H*  fv*  -L'l  l&tterheads and envelopes  Look^to'your letterb^cd end envelope r . l  to mclce a fine first trnpressicn tor ycuf  -   wherever they go. Business cards ere cri        ?  importarifcofisiderctsan tec!     ".. \  -    ~  /--,  business forms  and machines  Styled  tc  suit  your  pertfeu'er busiriess, .    f-  need.. CcntinucRjs fcrm systems, counter * J ���  check books, receipt becks, crder bocksj, c "' j  requisition forms...            '                  J * ^  4.  ��'  �� ,  <  <* ���  <  c   ���  ��  c  ���*���.  ��  statements und invoices  - .-pf every description. Filing ccbinets cvc'l- ;  bbfe in a wide design 'sefecticn. Let us  --    -        Jhelp-you p\cn office forms that step up   --  -fspeed end  cccurccy m every  pnese err  --    -    " fvour business. - .       " - j"  }::  ;;  I ��� ���'"  :���,:���  wedding stationery  :  u  �����  iX  Ringing wedding be'Is? Giving c pcrty?  /Making  en  ennouncernent?   Bring  soar  g    needs to as. We assure ycu7sco"cI stationery thot's correct in term - . . printed  �� .  [X   'with  precision.  y  Shop the nevt'spaper ads .;. .  before you -buy *. , .;and keep  the, savings.    * .7   '  menus to posters  -.       ! Cords to- cctafogs, biffs, to brcadsTdes,?  J poosfers to signs ... whatever your print-  ; \ I ing needs, you Con count on us for quaUty  4      . I wcrks5cn��\ipt  dependeble service,  red*  j scr^b^lcost. free estimates.- j  i'i  t*  .���  x  P^rmuiJ^pme^  ^ -1  Phone 885-6954  SECHELT  3ecoaogc����eamm��i��!iamira&>^^  j^a^K^ajjjjjfJU^ami^^  \jmm������m m nii��i    pwin     ��� urn      mh. mi | ipm. ��� minim;, ijii ��������� .���"���"������" I'jj'1,'J �����  ! I'  " '     I1" "J*' '���'  '< "��������,,i:x .��� *.,- -  i   .'    ,     'l * 1 ���    C   t* f*  m i ,ji.      limn ii,  * *-*;  tV-,1 "!-���������'  r  . .> ['t  f'~tLPHilkSTONB!paid:a   -kurn yflsif .to 4r^ rival  t  Harbour for three bdsketballlganjes  yet to fdste defeat at the -tpnas of Pender.  JUNIOR BOYS '-    ' ^~r  .Elr.hi|-won this gahie hind  ily   ?3-|7   on   fender's  ��  Pender  ��fphi cornle home  it->  ���   i*     *��    ��������_     ,'.     *��  ���    c   ... * . ...  fe.. Tl.; ft ���{ .^ 6,-r.-- /_ i\.   7  vey],  Griffith   Edget  4..  ���   -  ��, These {games   were' played  in a dull atmosphere .eompar- ���  ed  so  hex  to those  it proves.  at  Elphinstone���  El phi has found  school .spirit again  &&T7  en 4' o��- the - week  y6t   when   Pender   played  Elphjnsjtpne    the.   game.  much   ctljoser  with Blphi   bat^  tllng to'a 41-32 tifuijiph.  It's  hard   tio 7underst^jjj"{^. how   a  team epuld play So* poor! t at  home. jElphi   was   led   by   B.  Quarry! who scored  11  pcints.  ;   Elph|nstoue (.33) Quarry  11, ^ ...(   . .     ,  Baptist^   6,   Smith,   Gusi   4,    MARlCYNj BOSER, our teen-of-tKe-week, &' <> fairly new  Kenhetlt, Skytte, Gibson jFohn -...iLi-Ll  ^  ti-iT-.-.v^ cl.   .__:. *.J\J,:.-__   /�����l..  2-"��� .-: !.'  Pehdier (7) i: Wallace, Bpsch,  Nicholson  2. jlLee   1.  SENIQB GIRLS      -  The |senior [girl's game was  a li tie on the rough side.  Heather Langf received a bad-  j-tddeh-t ot Elphinstone. She came 0-Wilson Creek  frdm Honey last, winter, where she wqs on enthusiastic  player on r|e Albiorj Girls' Softball Team, pic/ing pitcher    NOT too loha ago - Ed Stillivqn was arrivting^ by plane 'i:  ly sprained ankle. Dawn Armstrong's ninsl points' led the  Blaclcjand (told to a 21-11  .win. This, wee the first' jame-  ~for 1he girls of 'either stfhool.  v Elphinstone; C$1) Armstrong  9, D |Hopkinp 37 S. DeRfarcb,  L. .jGibson, - B. Jack, P. Liste  2, Ti. jLang   L.  Pender (11}) S. Gooldrip 6,  R. SUjvey, 7R) SundquistJ2, L.  Dunfcain 'L  Tht  SENIOR BOYS  climax    between  rs    anil    the    Sakinaws  a    we] 1-played^ cc ntest  and fielder tor the most part.  The ifighlight of aer last  seAspn ;pam(! > when ;he was  crowned Baseball Queen for  1962-'63i and .participated in  seyeral parades aroind the"  district, i "I |.ieally_ wish a women's tearr"! could be organized! from thj: Sechelt area to  eopipetej ng&insl -'CJibson^  Softball is 'tun���afRt-1 -k��ow/.a  lot; of speej4rtors get as much  excitement j out ~of- i\ as the  plhyers.'  {Marilyn,, ji grade T-|J student  oh universi|ty program, is kept  ture  Teachers'  Club  will  at  tend    the    Futu  Rally  being  helc|  hear1 new  ideas  iorte  on  possible  the' future for a  and?-will particip  the  squeezed  but  a  . Once again the   -ira,  f.  Gouge:  . wasj; ���!.  The i Cougars  42-36 j victory  cougars showed: their pome*  from-pehihd I spirit, ti ailing  18-15 at thej half, and 334o  with f two minutes, rem; ining.  But the offense switched to-a  fast 'break jind EJphi gained  tthe victory. I  Gai(y Helrrjer was the whole  Pender offense, ^corirg7 17  :point^. on  his   home   court.  Ken .Sneddon ,wa s -top point  getteaj- for tjjje- Cougars with  ten. j Allan TMarsliall, Doug  Coopfer and !Gebrgc Gfibp also  turned in s! outstanding] performances.-^]  The gainer at Pehd'erjhad a'  poor!turnout, so when Pender  and : Elphi  pattle again, come  out and support ybur favorite  teaml :j   " ~ r:-  Elptiinstonfe    Cqugar^    (42)  Sneddon   10,j Qibb!  9,  ihooper.  8, Marshall 7, D. COateS 4,~R-  Coates,  Harrjilton  2.  Pender Sakinawfs (36) Hel-  met' 17,~^.  ^atelj 7,  p.  Sil-  i-h the schoot. She is vice-  president cfythe; Year Book  JZ*lub   and tfwrites   a   regular  and the  planned prograr of discus  sion, lectures ar d social. activities. .'.'I-  As well, Maril;|nis the Red  Crpss n,representaiOve   for   her  home "room.   SIe   beings   to  :the tab*le tennis <ilub and is an-  avid   singer   with   the 'Giee  The Beatles  INTERVIEWS  By [John Larson  e Teachers'  at UBC to  ind suggest-  activities in  ub members  te in a fully  |   ; LondorJ.  a fremendo-|s  be plane circled for a long, long time due to  crowd'^all over the; airfield;  Ed wqs certain  that such a |mol^ scene wqs due to the arrival or departure  of a member! oi!7the. Royal fa-    ���t~��� ��� ���' ���   when he fin- ���'iqejudes     "Gerry I   and     The  Inily.  However,  thhe. answer  les just flew  tinent."  The   BepitW.  tlfey?" Just    '  '  ay- landed   ard  asked  what,   Pacemakers��  and  -'The  Four-  all the excitement was about.    mosf^T-when   we   talked   to  was:    The Beat-    Briail   he   ^ad   no   less   than  "> from-=tho cio"- - eight hits by his talent in the  who are j  the hottest sihs-;  ing group in!England and, for  that mattec,; ier>\aps all of!  Europe, Sullivan was told.,  TThe   airport "scene   was   a;  fairly busy with sevtral clubs,   Club,   which   often   performs    mass of thousands and thous-    pa77,m-.i,orc"  ��rh^ i,^��,��  ;���   /u���   iiiiL��i . ��v,��   io   *.;~,-    frtr cfcn^r oe,=0���* ,���!',��. ��^j u*u      i.^^o ^f t��~��� 1;���Ui'w.i:-�� * - w_�� ..    facemaKers    wnp  nave  the  tepaper,  s   i    re  !   _bi-w,  ;,  The  (  eekly  Glatl>  At the jelid of January sh|    siyely later on .after she ob-    er or diving  sident o:   the Fu|-    tains her degree.  Got o problem?..'Write  for school assemblies and Other events.  One of Marilyn's favorite  subjects is French, in which  she takes an eager interest  as she plans to travel exten-  top 25 English singles. The  "Beatles" aren't the only  group scheduled to invade  the United States. "The  Fourmost" kv ill record "Hello  Little Girl" for Atlantic Rcc-  ords: and   "Gerry     and     The  a'nds of fans jja trtming to get a  look at their entertainment  idols. The Lot don police formed a solid, human chain to  make a pal h for the foursome. Fans (tied jumping ov-  m Education:  inder the  lock-"  Bessie Little, Under Twenty Ma  Features, 3 6 West 44th St.. New York 36. N  Dearl Bejssie:   Last   May   I  fell ton a 17 year old boy. I  had  a* bla>t for  a  couple  of  . hionthsl   11  went   places,   did  things," mjet   new   psople and  rjeally fiv^ip it up. l|n July he  I've tried  can't. Oh,  getTTiim  t  to forget pirn, but I  what pari I do to  back?^-Wi|herr  pearl Wisher: Ftom your  letter fit seems that the' ball  you were! having was more  important!    than   the     boy.  c i  Tempting profession . . .  \ tn preparat.  fiel,d as a future  ���Could   it   bp  thht she   sensed  this? It is, jo'f c|ur|ev import  ant to h&ve[ a g  your dates.; Bu  ,ari  amuseihjient  a boy he's. likei& to get dis  enchanted wtim Ij.you.  Perhaps  if you con|centrate a bit more  on the boy and a ess on the joy  you'll have "a bitter felation-  stip .   -   /  Dear Bessie: I'm a girl who  youi would .never calL beautiful, but /except f or a generous  nose��, my feature:; are average.  I haveia boy prtblemi It's not  ed arms to rush The Beatles"'  for an autograph! orjust-toi  touch their jackets.    '        '  Sullivan w<:nt |to see the  group" perform and. immediately signed] theni for three  appearances tn his-show in  19(34. | 7    .  Their riewteit single I Wan-  Ibog, Columbia ��� na. Hold Yojiv Hand" has an  Y- advance   sale   in  England of  over 700,000] -ecordW ��� practically a million seller before  Bessie Little  scored with '^You'll Never W#k  Alone", are slated fOr ' a  March appearance pn (Sullivan's- show .  American recording executives look enviously at "The  Beatles" and what they've.'  done to the music business, in.  England. They shake their  heads in disbelief and wish  the same kind of thing could  happen here. Great, popular  stars help all records sell. Nobody in America: has ever replaced Presley as a record  selling wonder. Rectord companies would give anything  to: have  another  Elvis.  Futulre occupation^  ards o�� teaching  , "By Marilyn, Bosfer  1 ,Aly\' a jnehiber of tne Elphinstone^futui-e Teachers' Club,  On    or entering���erJucijjtion at  think of me as someone they  can taik toiy as: s friend. They  tell me all; ti;ir problems  and  pour their hearts out to  ^suppose t^jre-ore many reasons why I iam considering this  day4, time fbr travel and hob  biesj   an   eV ;r-inc reasi ig   sal-  *��� ary and often prjminmcy in  community jctivitjies.  But ^these .are  matejrial  re^  war is and  j ire. to bejeonsid-  . ereq* less than this resjl, satisfying rewards of this ichallen-  gin^ career. As -jteacb'ers are  directly concerned ' with carrying ,otH-th^ edujeatiopal pro  occupation, among therti being long holi-  me about their  as if I'm their  wish woilld-liji  oq time with lt h'ts the sjcires! And anoth-  if ydu make er a'hum b|ding readied for  Ret out of release Has |s>ld over 250;000\  advance codi;.* The English  price per album is [the equivalent of abodl five US dollars.  FROM 20-23  The four b>ys-^-| ?aul McCartney^ Rjrigo Siarr, John  Lennon and; Georgb; Harrison  ��� range in ^ je-from 20 to 23.  When they ERpearl in a theatre, the fans go Wild. They  dance hi the aiiles, clap,  shout, screanfj-and'try ^o rush  that boys hate fie. They don't.    ����,�����*��     I  even dislike mc^. Most of them        if   X,���  ���    ...  *^ If anyone ;;an imagine such  a thing, thejH are tpiUieir! au-  uivaleht of four  lives. They act.  jiister. There's  one  Boy in pa r Licular who I  university.  me as a girl  helping   a  worthwhile  al   saiisfac'tion   of  student ' find    a  goal arid move on; step clos  er to reaching  it.  friend. How eajn I become his  girl friend instef d of his good  ol'  budcty?��� Birjary.  Dear Buddy You probably  don't realize 3t, jbu^t .you are  a very jlucky (girl. Always a  buddy doesn't! mean never a  bride. The fack that the boys  confide in ypju i��shdi,vs you  have an    dndpr^tanding    and  dience the"  Elvis Preslejys! Elvis' . "gim-  ,mick" w^s his hip swinging  as he rocked and rolled. 'The  Beatles" havfe their own gimmick. Their "bang" hairstyle  is their :rademark. "We  would no more go out without it than we would appear  in- public badly dressed,"!  they say.  . .; i.  The Elvis- like,, wild "adoration of the ,?roup is the most  noisy, enthusiastic reception  ever given ip English entertainers. The a- music also fo!-  we If are   of  " laifgely   in  gram,   the I Ijutui-s  the   country; rest  their hands, i   ��� _  .   It is they who  important part ;ir  and development  ger generation,; therefey gaining for themselves the_person-  Anolther    rewarding    aspect    sympathetic*- riexbonality    and    ^ ^ ^ I PreSHy m��U]d ~  th*.  tnafhina   nlrr.fosCTr,n   i=    n���;,)on(i��� ,An,t jL����,���^��� .      nucKj���n  twaes.   inree   of  the  boys; play feuitars and the  fourth is ,tjie drummer. All  sing, but generally only three  sing at one time.  to the teaching profession is  the lespect that goes with  doing! any job thxt can have  such an irppact on the things  which matter most to a com-  munitjy. The challenging var-  iety_-of af-task~tiat changes  playj a most , every day^ year aTter year, is  the_growth one of thje personal incentives  that is rdlriying me to gain my  degree's) 'and wii the position, pf teacher.  of the youn-  mmon sense  >f gals would  contact with  evidently sbm  as well. A_lo.  envy .your clcse  the boys as friends, even if  they are loaileii -with boy  friends. As fi>r the "special"  one, your best bet is probably to invite him to a party  or   affair  and)  1st   him   know  by your'beha  bit more to y'ju  pi your buddie;  vior that he's a  WSH  than the rest  EPSTEIN  EISCOVERY  ���"The Bea lies" ai-e managed  by a top-talent" scout, Brian  Epstein ^who "discovered"  them .when he and his father  were runnihg a record ^lore  in, Liverpool. His stable how  Sechelt  Phone 885-9331  V The Sechelt Peninsula Times] Wed.> Jon. 8f 1963 Page 7.  At Oles Cove ...   I '        "   ��� *  T I  ImisIim�� ���@ast fturist x  asioclition met iec. IS   ^  B&PWt branch  may jfre iormed  MRS.  XVi*  Baston*"o|j fin,.71  Hirer,  provincial   %:x-rFvc<-  :ideni  and   mcmbe-r^Jb--j-bi^r-".  man  of-'Busine?��  and: PrWe.;-  stcnal^Wfemen's Ctub|_-<3t   EC  and the Tfukorrvs Inter ��|ei 7n.  EARLY-morning meeting of Sunshine Cccst Tourist ^Asso-^ aiding   bu��r.����s*   -">'�����* ��� ,->.= .-.  ciatiori'Executive. A^S:30 a m. Sunday/December 15,    f*>na.i wcrcen o~  the executive"-of the Sunshine Coast Tcunst Asscciaticn - i^j^.'^P*1  held a regular meeting "at Oles Ccve.  Alt end ins -were Jahru "loyn- f _���-���  ��� bee.   president;   Royal   5.1urd- I  dek. secretary and area repre- ! ,.,���.  . .....   _���_-..���,.   ...        .  sentatives   Digbv   Porte.   Biu 1   ' ,,      rr ' , r        -.',.'  Mav. Ole Emholdt, Al Lloyd, r    Mr" HuCK ,e*^de-  ^ **>  Tern Greer.  Ray Edmundscn. I v^*-^ to tns Assertion to  and"Mr.\Huck   from   Greater f ^    ^   Greater   \ar.couver  Vancouver Visitors "and  Con- I- Viators -and. Conventions Bur-  .  I eau   and   to   pLaee   a   member  { on. "thli-'directcrate.; He  paint-"  ed out that this" would main  inclusion" cf s" man of the  Sutis^-"-��   Cc*c*   a *"ea   o ~   * *- e"  on a Sunday morning foMSpy f ns'-^ Wider as well as a" rase"  Edmundson at Lund and on-1 de;a:r:b��r,g   this ^ area    As   t��e"  ly somewhat later for the oth--| _plaiinfid . distribution   cf "iris  crs-- "       _ -J folder    ��s._J 50.000 j- copies,    it  Probably it   was   oniy , tfef was unanimously decided that  to-   report   oac-c   to   a   special  ���>.-.-  ���<*���    tfaift-f-o-  ;p   ind    .t;7s-  vention  Bureau.  The -remarkable    point    a;  this meeting was the!fact that 1 2���  it meant getting tip at 5 a  r.c?  - Seclj*7? Psr,-  c'ub fcre- "���  _J."ne .purposes' of t hj|": nM:**:-  aL   non-st-ctaria.-i   arzkr.izi::~.n  axe to develop ar.  men   for | Ie-,ders7i  possibility.-_ in- =bu>;rst~i,  du<try and  th.  work  toveard :r',prov:f.^;^.-jn-  cmtc.   enipioymer.t.. iiid '->c-.::.it  conditio���S iOr �����--*>rr,i*r?t|..tO"-w3rfc  for-high Jitandirds'of' i-t-rvice  in  business: ij^cu^trj-f^rgi  the-  .professiaas    and "puifLc-;   *4>;..,  "ar.d . ta* itirr.uite   ;r.fer#<   in  feceraL   prtn locizl - a^d \ -;ua- :.  icipai  affairs, asd   ttf er.Jour- . -  age ;��i3���3   to   partifipite   in. -:  the business of government at 7  levels ������   -        f  Any .latert-sted   p-*n:<*��� sre--*  5n  thought of Ole Emholdts^hos- -this was: too   good  sn  oppor-\  asked  to; contact  Mr|.  \ at   G9Q9  V'ell Rivtr.  pedals  Debris choked streams  ���    BX. SALMON fishermen are losing much of their harvest  due to checked streams where salmon spawn, says-  !~   Martin Warncck, veteran fisherman. The above two pictures illustrate the point. .-^  Martin Wxxrnqck says . -. . --. _  pitalrty znd hot coffee at Oles ; tunity  to  miss,  at   a   cost   of \at   6&GS  Eamf5eld  Street.   Po-  Cove .that  caused  such  great r only S4o<5."  attendance.    "And-    certainly.'; ���   whate\-er   "the   Teason.    these '  men  deserve  a  lot   of credit *  for -their : unpaid  devotion   to ���  improving the important tour-I  ist industo" in the^area.  The 'main   purpose   of -the  meeting was to. report" results-7  Off the1 campaign "for member-��  ships   in  the   Association   and.  t��   plan  activities- for  I9o-L    -  'Reports     from    represer.ta-1  lives fforrr ail areas showed a]  ^probable total of S4500,"for|  'memebrship   fees,   well   short}.  of   the   SS5Q0-S7S00   objective}*  .needed for wcrk*-to be done..}  Agreement   was  reached or.| .  the   need   for  an   inere&se"vinf  raembersnip   fees   for   the  fu-J  ture and a committee of ,Toy-4 -  nbee Murdoch and Lloyd was*  appointed to contact tne - ad-|  -vertising agency on the ntake-J  uo of the  1964 brochurer-and  Tir PRE-FINISH WOODGRAIMS  Choice of S colcxir grains;  1 M"x4*xS'    -  .   7$4.95 Sheet,  *   " ���'""-" ! -if"  ^REJECT WOODGRAINlPEGBO^RD  ��� "Cherry  end  Maple , V*x4'x8*"j " 'j    |  {S2.95 sheet  HILtTOPBUlLDING -SUPPUES LTD-  i    ' Phone 886-7765 \~ if  w*^wwwwiffim^^  !^|^^^lt^^^*^|^^^|^^^|^f^^^J3KS^^^*ssE  mii^mmiim^m^m^mmv^mmm^m'^mi  B.C. fishing i  OOR whole B.C. fishery is in need of a good housecfean-  \7 ing/7; saysf Martin Wamock .of Bargain- Harbour,  ioneer 'fisherrrkTn ond resident of. 70-years in the Gulf-  "rt^ritriV"    C  P  -area  ���'A.-great-man v- ofour chil-: kids. "Multiply this figure by  dr?n have been raised in the .-today's.prices-"of 30-35 cents a  fishing industry and: as such  now raise their children. The  fisherman of tolas' is a specialist no less than the lawyer,  doctor or auditoh While these  latter     fortunate    -individuals  F/fflMSWDEMl  pounds, and what do you get?  60 to 70 thousand dollars. This  would be. a healthy injection^  into   the   bloodstream" of  the,  local economy today.  Not   only   sockeye" spawned -  may   avail   themselves   of; an    i^    the    Saginaw-Mixal-Kath-  education costing the taxpay- _  ieen  Lake  complex,   but-also  er directly and indirectly up- .  cohoel    a    few    chums    and  wards of $40,000 over a   per-    steelhe3d. These salmon have  iod of seven  to  10 years, the     been   obliterated   by   several,  less fortunate fisherman must" processes;  First,  poor  depart-  apply hirrjself from 10 to C-ven     mental   management   and   its   ���  20   years-vof diligent  applica-    resultant _. poaching,   and   section     with-   equipment,   and- ond. poor logging: practice and  boats   ranging,   in   cost   from    techniques     combined     again  $5,0'00   to   $150,000   and   stilt with     departmental     neglect,  suffer the vagaries.of nature."   bolh^tederal   and   provincial.  or a poor season and  loss his,   This   neglect   is   manifest   in  shirt.      . _ ,7'"7"the ruined streams ^choked by  ."But,"* says   Martin,   "iet's    debris and the sandvand gra-  confine our discussion, to fish-     vel spawning beds washed outing   conditions .close   to   home   .resulting" in the destruction of "  and the sad condition of "our    entire     streams   -and     entire" -  runs pT~Tish.-These conditions-  are not unique, to this area  but exist the length and  breadth of the coast from-here  to Aisaska.    --'~;""-  "Mind   you."-   says ^Martin.  -.  MARSHALL WELLS  SUPER  WALL-TONE  LATEXjPAINT  "Walls and woodwnrlc stay  to^-eiv- when voa paint with  .Marshall Wells Saper WaU-Twnel  "--* "   Just scrub off stains and7 dirt  with ordinary soap tind v-afrr,  \   Don't let Super Wall-Tone's  . soft texture and delicate beauiv  fool you! ItVtou^VThe thick  latex film ieak fresh  Unfading colors td walls and  ~ *   'i.-oodwork for years.  Suqer Wall-Tone rtqaires no  jnrdng or thinning . . . leaves  - no streaks or lar* marks ...  touch-tips sever show.  now- defunct local Saginaw-  Porpotse Bay sockeye run. If  I remember correctly the last  big Sagihaw run was 1940 or  *42. Martha here.", he nodded  lo_his distaff., "can"clieck her  diary. She keeps track of ev-���"the  gypo   logger   is  not  en-  ��  erything.  The biggest Saginaw run in  the late thirties ' was about  46,000 sockeye. The�� were  four to - five pound salmon  and were caught by about -30-  35 small boats fishing out of  Pender���some, of -them man-,  ned by housewives and school  is  COMING ;  ; DON'S Shoe Store j  1   JANUARY SALE^I  J      Sunny Crest Plaza 7   5  tireiy to blanie. High stump-  age rates and financing costs  on his machinery have forced  ���him-to -cut out and get out*  leaving this destruction behind him;"*  ,- Martin continued: "We  must -^do everything in our  power to"ir>' and hiing back  our' local salmon -runs for  bljThr-^commercial and sports  fishermen: We7need local men  o f. good w i 11 -1 o ^ftr-dpwn ar-  ound a table and discuss~ouF--  prcblems. And not -only talk,  but act. We need .action not  next wee.kmr next year, but  today."  -e^  i  - ��� (������  Stattr br&e-gc&Gr. for dZ\cttrpaiR&ng'xseds'j  ^^^^^^^^^  BSSB  PLASTIC DROP CLOTH  ����� s -   "      -.     i   ?  Randy 8' x 12' plastic drop cloth;  WHILE THEY LAST  MARSHALL WELLS  Wm^&m  Gibsons Hardware Ltd.  GIBSONS:  1    Phone 886-2442    /  "v^jceacccBcaascaa'CM'^^^*-  | SECHELT:  Parker's Hardware Ltd.  "��� Phone 88512171  -   ���    * " ���'     i: ��� ���''���   ~   '        -  i - - - -Z5* .     x-      - 'i        -in-"'    -J    _ . iiLjumi   i J       il.i ii i |i ��� |ii it jii~rn [  ~~~^**^.^���������**,���, i ���, ��� ������,  ��� ...w    ���v ��.':���  -*V  rz'vX  "-.'5  .'"!���"'  '  -   i'l  V..1 i.  ���:V.  (���A  x  <���.  *.  .. i.,  -',  .-I-**  S.I'  "��� t ��� ���  , .���  . i  ��,��~  -Yr  ���; ���*-  {'}.:  '���*���' *  !��.���:>  ft  ���H'  ���v *  ���".4 !  '���"���'Vi-'l  .���>:'.vf  "*?V'1  .*�����.���-  i V-  IV. *i.  ���IS"  ������^.  <'. ��� ii  V.l ������!  ���*���*���.  ������-'*���-;.  :'  PTA hold dknte  -   T        7       L   -' ���  THE Roberts Greek FI*A I6ld  their'1 annual- dance in the  ComTnuMty hall, ' be lutifwlly.  decorated for lithe occas on.  flusiej'supplied by the Toe  Tappers was all tliat :6uld be  desired Nor .'the dancers but  unfortunately a .ibather ioor  crowd  attended he event.  This  raise - f  Tree v.|  the   ch  200 in fell  x "'  Mr.  and  Mr*.' F7 p.   Kydd  dance   jwas   j liven  nds for ithe Christmas        The loiig-range objenive of  hich 'wijis  held  for  Idren   of  the   dist  to.  Seclkelt news  all  ict,  the study  is  to "provid  THE SECOND phase af the long-term field study cf chinook  and corjo salmor stocks in the Strait of Georgia starts  Monday, December 2. Biologists of the Depaitment of  Fishieries ctf Canada ore to conduct a hew tagginu prograrn  using tKe cqmrnercia   purse-seiner "Naughty Laipy".  to Sech-  visting  have returned home  elt alter a week!  friends j in Vancouver. Phfyllis  Sanderson- drive ip with.  them t > spend ja few days visiting before rjturhirg to her  teaching duties in ihe city,  Mrs. Ed ~L|id.law, jr. and  Her sons sp|ht the "school  holidays, at _Cl|whpmj'Falls, as  their lather's turjrvto  jt  was  be  on  BC t Hjydro s  Laidlaws Sr.,1  Christrpas Da:  Mary ^Parkei  for scnlne thru  duty this year at  lation.J The  flefwi   up  rhation dn ihe factors that  govern the production of coho  and chinook' salmon Tn the  Strait df Georgia ar >a. The  tagging, jhaje is specifically  intended . tc measure the.  movements and exploitation  of resident (Oho and chinook  salmon grilsis within & away  from the survey area.  The current taggi lg program "is the | second this-.year;  ah earlier one was cairied out  in May tend! June. Th:' ^results  ,of the i nlti il progra m have  jbeen. ><^jy satisfactory, .largp-  *    '*��� of   the   excelleihjt  " of    spcrt    .and  �� intor-   pOTt Mellon  news  the  Ed  for  has.bleen home  with "her j par-1  ents, Mr. ahd|j- Mrs." Jhn IPar^ .  ker, Seaview Lane,, and plans  to gb{ on a : posi-graduate  course' in Vancouver .--Shef had  been on! the purfein'? staff of  Pow6*i | River General i Hos-  pital/ll- ;���.'  .Do^g,-Wakefield, son of  Edna.' Wakefield was home for  Ghris't nas.   He   was  stationed  in  Mi ose  Jaw  but  has.  been ' transfelfred   ,Ao^ '  Borde h.  fisheries  Claude  CLALDJE   Srjpnqer  Rob  ly  o|  Mrs.  now  amp  will assist  together wi,  the jspeciies,  location of  ^ihal reward  in"  re^  fishermer  Informaton cof-  rst   tag-  .v   being  biologr  ly   because  ^J-operat jop.  ^commercial  turning   ags  lected__d.urirg   the   f  ging   pn��grarh   is   no  j analyzed  by  tjsts.  The SucceSjs of the  tagjging program is ��  pepSent upon tag re eoveries.  The D^partjhent of Fisheries  is hopefjul that all fishennen  $y returr ing tags  h Information on  date, me hod and  recovery. A nom-  of 50c- is offered  OPEN  HOUSE  Th^ opsn heus&Hheld at the  heme cf Mr. and Mrs. C. B.  Da vies on Dec. 2C was-well'  attended by 'workjrs of the  mill  and their wives.  SURPRISE  PARTT  Mrs. P. Comeau  priss*birthday- par  husband Pierre, Gi  ding   were   Mr.   ard  Hostland,    Mr.   .an' 1  Bergnach.   Mr^   ani  Comeau,    Mr:   anc  Hume, Mr.  and .Mrs.  id. Mr. and Mrs. IV.  and  Mr.   F.  Comet u  tield'a sur-  ty for her  tests atten-  Mrs.   G.  Mrs,   D,  Mrs.   C.  Mrs.    T.  D. Dav-  Hostland,  ���for   each   tag   returned.   Spe-  erts Creek; died sudden  a   heart] attack  YearV Eve iat the  of  New  age of 48.  Win-  Bor i apdj educated in  nipeg,   Mr. ) Shupe  joined  the  Winnpeg   Grenadiers   ajt   thef  outbreak   off   Wdrlll   Wiir   H.  He was��j.aken prisoner   it the  fall   of 'Hong   Song   ard   released  late |h   1 "��4$.  ij__Mrli Shupe wi s" J a  m jmber  of- the  Hon^'Kong  Veterans^  Asso|iation Jphd   Mt. . Elphm-  stond Lodge ;No. lio AEJ&AM.  He I leaves to, pour i his--  wifej! Lily Helen. (Bun iy), a  son Landy 77 and |\v^o daughters. Pauling 9, and Helen  Mary 13, hia: moithfer Mifs.. Ro-.  berfii D. <;'Lotiie|) [Shupe bf Silverdale, BC and hhe brother  Capt. Robert" ��.-' Shupe bf Sil-.  verdale, BC;   . ���'-'".  Fitneral services! wer j conducted at jjjt. Airian's AngU-  can Churchji Roberts Ci Sek at  2 pim. on Saturday, Jmuary  4 by the R|y. Harris. Follow-,  ing [cremation, the ashes were  interred ��� in Hatzil cemetery.  Out-of-town rl^atives attending-the furiiJra&.Were Mrs.  ' Fred Clyne^and a>m David of  Kelbwna, Rfrs. JJ y^ushn of  Winnipeg, Mrs. Wesleys Lewis  of: I Ehcinoj ' Califorma and  Mrd. Charle^ Tiylor.j Shuman  Oaks,  CaiMprnia;  cial postage! \ &re*p5xc tag return enjvelcj |jes are available  at most boat rental and boat  moorage!���fabilities ind fish  camps |in tr ^ area, T iese may  be sent to (the Depai-tment of  Fisheri��, ;I;155 Robson St.,  Vancouyer, Or handed to any  Fishery Of! ker.  .Weathei-   ^permitting,     tagging Nvrlll s;;^rt in Stjanich Inlet    next    Monday,  will  cMitiniie  for si  and   will   extend   o  SURREY  VISITORS  Mr. ..and   Mrs. *A.   J.   Giles  and   family   of  North   Surrey  spent  the  Christm;  at the home of M  ".-    L.* Wilkie. '  current -  gain  de- f; FROM ROYAJ^CiTY  ... .=.,. l,i-     Mr., find  Mrs; W.  ��'  New  Westminster  holidays,  with  thei  and. spn-tin-law.  Mr. and Mrs.  p; Mdorp.       j  ATTEND CIRCUS  Grace! Climie oi VafTcOuver  visited Mr. and Ms. W., Mueller oveir the. holidays.; Ricky  and David Muolle- went back  with Miss Climie for a few  days. While in Vancouver the  boys attended the .Moscow  Circus%-  sectidnsj of  Broi  at  THE  ���pack  filsiin  ��� ha!i  Georgia  fagging  s months  ver most  Strait.  ' Sechelt Skial  by  Betty  "WilUams  ,   Mr.   and ���xMrs.   John   Clayton,    with    tneiri   two   small  is  holidays  -. and-Mrs.  Purser of  spent  their  ir  daughter  t  fi  lie  ilbii Creek  Creek  Brownie  a hapty break-  up-forj| dhristmas" roee*.ing,  Little Petity! Humplp^y quoted thef Bmiwnie lsfr- and- repeated -thicj'Browrai; promise  to Brown OWl_Ji5rs. J. Hicks.  Tawny] .Owl, Mrs. W: Woods,^ left for a hoi  pi'nne'4   Oi| "Betty's    Brawm&    Hot. Springs,  children,   Stephen  on,   were   on  from   POrt  Alice  Christmas  with  parents���-Mr.    ah  Fleming    of    H  and Mr. :and Mr$  ton  of feechelt.  Mrs.   Clayton  was   her;  sister,  Potts of Vancoukjer.  Mr. and Mrs. Jt Rogers with  Miehele and Butph were here  |( prge   staying  and Gord-  i Peninsula  visiting for  both sets of  a Mrs- Ray  ijfmoan Bay,  Edrlx; Clay-  lAlso visiting  for Christmas  Miss   Viplet  from   Prince"  with.  Mils.    Rol  Mr.   and   Mrs. lP:oss   Laycock.  Mr. and Mrs.  Macklin %ave  RUG SHAMPOOING  and DER/IOTH WG  3ay or Ev| nine Appoinlment  pone Right In  Tour  Own Home  Kate; reasonable  1 For I ree Estimatei  pin add  gave her her enroll  'ment prdl.  Janite,, Jaegar, and Gladys  McLedd qjualified' or second  year servi jrCTstars.  Inspgctic|n award; went to  Ona Burrett, Gloria Sheridan, Lind^; Barendrcgt, Janice  Jaeger ajijl Diane Beck. -ln-  spsction covers a wide field-���  punctuaiityj attend ance, correct uniform, .neatness, clean-  .iinessj etci ,���... - i '  ' Guests'ljfpr'. the day were  Mrs. ,C.: A.' Jaclcson,' Mrs,  Humphre:' and Mrs.  Beck.  The|-ha!L was deorated. with  mistletoe! ! boughs, made by  the Brownies, wh > had also  cleverly made- s.lver.. bells  from bljeach bott e top's  gifts  for,   their  mc thers  A^hrii  j;tmas tea  which everyone  eiijoyed  coo-  Mr;   and   Mr|s.  man and small  from Vancouver  ry's   parents,  Art  Redman-  'Mr. and Mrsl  spent  several  aby over the  their two dainjh  families.   "  Mr.   ' and  Crawford   of  - spent    Christ;  Year in Vahcclu  ers     parents,  day  at  Desert  ���Barry   Red-  on were here  visiting Bar-  Mt.'   Jind   Mrs.  Lloyd Turner  dlays' in   Burn-  oliday visiting  ters and their  as  party rou  af ernoon.  Blrs. William  Harrows Arm  as ahd New  er^JT-heir son,  'Lawrence, caijn4 from HMCS  Naden to j spend ^Christmas  wifeh���themi| j  J  Joyce, second daughter of  Mr, -,and lV^rjs. Gordon Potts  is wearing a "diamond on that  important fingisr. The young  man, is Mickey S. McGuire of  Naniimo, ,-preseptIy working  in Vancouver. To Joyce, our  good wishes .for future happi-  fi  'Fluffy Stop Trying To Sing With YourMoutk  full Of rytatoe Chips -�� )' -     .     ;;  "t-r  Cro$sw��i,i  across  ���    1 ProriuHjt stono  A Mi-at j^ll.v  9 Eadi_Cwl  12 Mineral rock,  13 Heavy jtriny  14 Fish etsti  J5 Tango  17 Caring (or ski  19 Like ; n  20 Angry  . 21 Vomer'  lVrstan rul*r  ,21 Garden toot  .�����!> State  28 Froe  S9 Cl.arl;��l partjito  SO Not fresh  31 l*vis��  33 Miiei  R�� Once more  '35 Kind of bean  Sfi Wh.ilfl     ���  S7 Grant  temporary um  3S Vitt^.>Miva  proromn  S3 Retonifine toihtr  40 Tarmfrttt  il Kxist   *  13 Kriglitea  43 Farm animal  50 Shelf    ;_  BU He Indebted  B3 Orjran of ��jg! ,t  61 Carman city '  6S Marry  DOWN ,  1 Supreme b��ijn 8  2 l'*vr��,w! of ti^qa  3 Adult nuiia  4 Swcet,&op  G Comp:t��3 point  6 A thw-kio  7 Toughen  8 Tall of tree!  9 Complaint  10 Ago  11 Kntwat  111 Aiitomobits;  J* Say  21 Tret     ���  22 Scorch  23 Ctifeftt  2t Torrid  E(i I'hureh offidsl  27 l'au��3  2*i Tavern  80 Cjinnins  32 Kind of dock  33 Cattli. penus  X> Spiritwl horaes  S8 Island*  39 Female fowl   .  41 Stilt tr��  /I'Z Part of to 1)0  4�� That Kirl  44 I'lavthlng  46 Poll  47 Female sh��p  48 RcarlH  01 KarUt Uo-ldos  See solution  on page 12  for today's  Crossword  The  gar��saa6,ga6fla;aa5ZiMggB5Zg^^  READER'S RIGHT  The Tilmes wqlctjmes opinions from reoders, .  but does not necessarily agree with those expressed..  Brevity isjo virtue Which should not be overlooked.  All Icrtcri riiustj be signed by the writer, although a pen-norne  | ' may be iised for publication.  esmmmm  1964 is leajp Yedr  Editor, The  Times  vmmmommMmmimimm  Sir���To thr numerous safe  of   "DO's [ and  would   add I one  applies "h MALE  ('"Beware���-LEAP  th;   Brownies    ness,.  To Mickey,  our sincere  "for a lovelier,  and industrious  ty    warnings  DON'T's"   ^  more which  adults? it  ii:  YEAR,   196f  This is pot to. suggest Lthat  females  are  more- alert,  etc.,  every    fouiftii    year,    but    to  point out thiit they may take  i id vantage , Of    "a  to suggest, prj pro-  additional  Leap Year.j t  pose,   withput   embarrassment  lax from their scheming haW  ure, which consciously, or urV  consciously, they apply to suc-  cessly outwit   the  mere male  most of the  time.. -  Of course a few men think  that they too. can equal them  at thjs, but a man has to act  very consciously' accordingly;  but they never,- or very seldom succeed, their nature is a-  gainst  them. ��  The moral here seems to be  a   very   good   Resolution   for  "New Year, to make and keep  it���"HONESTY IS THE BEST  policy." ������'���;*���������  *    A. .MALE  \  \ :  CI  1  MMmtimMmmgmH"  -���   i'j   :���' 'J '',.���-������    !       ' ��� * : ! '   j . ��� -  ..iF.)���,n,i��,w1.| ������ mi ii iignnwn.' "��.*.L* "i"'^*".' J'i'-J",.'J' glA^.TRH '*" " m���^V^P'im'Jli'V-jP^l"^Jlti\ "��-'.'��� 'ij'j .'*>W'."!^"'"t."w-JJ'W^Wt ���������VS_."*,JJU '.'fHH-"1 Bn'wwwinitimiiiiii'iiii^in^ in           --  gti.mi iri*ni,l>.  jSONNY SOUTH  "CBIER  The Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wed., Jan. 8, '63f age. 8, ?  NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH"  by   ArnoM  tySCmktezVtllD DUCKS  ��-OM Ottawa f.Oni;*  PRMR.IE S2WN FIELDS,  FARN\=RS HAVE  "-1NSTM-LED A  2.-TOM  '  VO' KKQ\W,AeKS*r,: "TIP-""  locks jonoo'uttix,  compared t* vo're j  DOG. BUSTER  r     *  - ^-liVEAMJHgStCRE. IS'  T~/S}\ MC IOCKS UKE A.  LTTTUET 544BKT S��3S?^*r  -ntcrrnH" wjohg  BY -SUITER  jby AL SONOERS  HOSSFACE HANK  by FRANK TftQMAS"  \  OW* YOU* BODY OWES OFF  lAtPimcfiPERSmTIQtt!  ^Z^k Sunken  of Pat��6p!,i*'4'5.CaL  JUST RECSNSD K��*  UCSKSSTOFLY^AH  A1RPLAME-AT..,  rH��AQBCF6S!!  Siwisprofaab'qtitt  <AJ��srssmar}K)-^to  a psa^e ��� ai*S p a*s to  VMlUl" to v*ib fr AiUSI  GRANDPA'S BOY  .    <  Ufe*t Dstiat Moment  V-  byJBRAD ANDBrlSON  mi\k^vxmzi  *mfrWW>  LITTLE FARMER  by KERN PEDERSON  a*  the soy whose best--/--^  ovRLKNrrreo km a .  .SWEATER WHICH HE -  FEELS HE MOST WEAR  ��� i *���  4#r  yVAWVAW  :3H0S��  " WERE i  THE  BAYS-  WE WORSEN JUST DONTT  BJOggioiAMD MECMASilCAL  THlMtSS��� ASK YOUZ  FJOVBZ TO FIX IT  DEEMS  i-S^Ttj���    I   USED TO i  ,..^'*'-W  ^[M  -*7  i.  fcy JOE {DENNETT  m���]xf' - } -  ^\jJX^\Xs'  J*  RURAL DELIVERY  by }AL SMITH  r  t\l  I-.-!  ^ :|  *  :-_l  i ^.".A'QUIEf  ?-;  j"  !:.--���:  J;  ��� Ii.  .- ���' <,  ��� i-'  r,-V  ��� L    r  I   .  ' -~  | gge TO"1 he S schelf Peninsula Times, NjSfed., Jon. 8J1964  -Morrison,  wife  <. A  on y/|eels  Bitt*  iijjig took placfe. recently when  nly daugjhter of Mrs. jT. R  ���-DJaniel Jackson Bitheili, ell  . Knightjdf London, Einglo  E. Wssop \yas ]ok-*  plergi'man   ���'&%    the)   by car fbr"a  ���'���< qmet thef  <ind Mrs.  . The Rev|  itciatin  .,- (iouble-rinfe-   cetemony-^liiclv   BC.  The^ will  look place   at  Ms home. \Mrs.p   gary VVhere Mr. Bithell  . essop^syippiied  music.  -   The^hride  wjis. given away  ; >y7 her grandfather,: Roy C��ai-  les,   and. the   iest man   ,*\as  30nald N   Pur lphrey.'  In tra* itional white. . th��  ^ride's gown had a-*futf stirt  >f7bailleri.m length",' made of  lyl-on chif fon o ver .{affeja, the  aodice -61 silver brocade with  :hif fob - ! polerdr    Jhe     bride  est $on  d.  :  Theresa Anne  Morrison, .b^-  of Mr..  ivore ���fyo"  mother's     chapel  length veil whijch was heh  place" by j* a  citclet of pearls,  her nosegay was] of :5yhite] parte rosebt  tour . of Interior  reside. In. Cal-  is pre-  sentiy sejrvinij: jVitlji th]e Can  adian Atjmy.  Ellen iGenowej  ^ i- '  ELLEN Genawer, an cld-time  resident of th�� ��� Sech alt district,  dieid in u?tecc)mber.  >  Mrs. "cjeTre^-ef woulj have  been 91 in JPa :>nWy, ahd. was  \pre-deceaspd-by'��� her Husband  in 1950, Sine(��� her husband's  death she hact m!ad|e her home  With her J�� Tlaujghter, Doris  (Jyirs. W. K. jl^ei+ryj). CJne son,  seven  V v-  on, - frierirT of    ^ri]X^ of JaWv��  r only alien- ^rand v daughters, land  nations and wjh  ,   ;Sandra| Nickfbw��., ,u����u. .w.     ,      ,    ,,      va  ���'��� i    j     ��� \*  the^brid^ ahd lifr only 'alien- .-grand v .daughters, !?rid|  eight  dant, Vorg  a kllm,  blue buit    ee",.gret!  Stan<)<4ldr jn ^o  with  -white    accessories   knd    slulVlve Per- ,     :, [  carried   h   nospgay   of wjhite .     Mrs, Gehowerj v^as   aorn i:  carnations       ���'!'���"       -     (7        Norfolk,i   EnijalhdJ   and    h  . In small- t navy blue wasMhe    husband [ gifted   E.. C ;enowei  mother Idf   thfe   bride,   fith    was born un ^ohdbp,. England^  White^ accessories and a ppr-  sage iof' pink carnations, j .  .-. The reception"^ was  held, at  the    home    of   -the     bride's  grandparents,  jMr. ' and   Mrs.  Roy Gaines. *Kie  bridal table  was      beautifully      decorated  with red roses ^nd stephaliot-  is. ' Tom,1 -Morrisdn,   uncld   of  the bride, (proposed the toast.  ��A   tape ' recprdijig  \Vas. niade *���  tb be  forwardei  to the par-  e"nte"pf.;'tr/e groo,[m in Englhnd.    man  faihily.  Out-oMown  Mr.. and  guests     were  ofiPritclard, BC and Mr.  Mrs. -T.r,  delicate;  in -���.her-1  black  Mrs. J.  S.  Bumiden    in that &rea>  Morrison  of Gibions.  _ The (radiant bride with  eoloTing  looked  going-away  outf i' \ of  coat  nth   blue  white ftir collar.  Mr. .'-ahd'^rs. .-.BithelJ.  They were..matried in 1910.  the j following jedc migrated  to ,winMpegl .and kft that  city 'for-| Yancoulver in '1914  In \191j5 Mi (iienowifr went  overseas with '���th^~Canadian  Army and ieturned in 1918  with thd tank of .captain.  ��� While-he was oveneas his  ^family came up eich year to  Thompson's Point (West Sechelt), to camp with t le Red-  her  cihic  and  left  In . 1322  his wife-pre-emptsd  property  MAP.  Hydro awaris :  ^ Gold Medallion  GOLD I medallion certificate  '.and dot��- chime puslii-button  sigmfyingj the ultimate in  good house Wiring was presented recently to Mr. and  Mrs. George Kerbis of Lang-  dali�� by7R. E. Holden,' consumer service representative on]  behalf, of tine BC Hydro and  Power Authority-  The first such award to ���vbe  made On the Sunshihitr Coast  was given for the 200 amperage service panel and switch,  baseboard heating, convenient  service- outlets and switches  and adequate lighting throughout the Kerbis home located in the new Lan^dale subdivision.  Lighting plans, and i heating  analysis  were  completed   for  ^ .;     the customer by the Head.of-  Tfice of? the BC Hydra; service  department. MePherrah   Electric did thj? wiring.    7  loutbaccidenlly  in  HE .Harbour was shocked to  hear? of the accidental death  due to shooting of 19-year-old  :Da\^d7Klein, son of .-Mr.  and  ; Mrs. XPeter Klein whO recent-  71y moved to Merritt:'  >] "Attending the, Merritt fun-  >eral sendee \vere two sisters  < Jban Klein at home, Mrs. D.  Thomas . of    KamloOps    arid  * three   brothers,   Dahixy,   Dick  arid. Lindsey.N  ' Pall'i bearers" were C. Suttie  ofvMeritt.   Wn\  Cameroli,' of  , 4     . Pender Hafboui'. J. Thompson  resolution to put our lovely Wilson Creek ON THE ', of ^J>rritt,  J   S^ott of  Mer-  Sqworc dance  SECHELT Promenadii's held a gay Christmas  Wilson Creek  square dancers was  hall. This club of interrr]iediate stag  and has been very active ever since  Columnist eriss  s arted in 1957 by Dr. and  Let's put  By  plarty in  Mrs. McKee,  X  on,  Rosamund Simpkins  NEIGHBORS of Wilson Crfek>. Let's make  a new year s  Millions of peoj  he  and  j\e don't knqw there is such a marvellous place. City dweilers are choking in the smog, being  run down on the streets and     ������"  mmm*mm*<**\t.  \kc6mmG  i  DON'S Shoe Sto  JANUARY SAL  Sunny Crest Pfdza ^  j  ***n*^m*.  ��'-  !  4  ��  ��  .'  ->���-  * -l  I* *,- ii  !>5>  I,1 - ���  I.-/.'  ���*��� ^*i  \i  and as the^McIntvre land. Later in  1931 their daughter..Daris.and  family move 1 froi n \ ancouv-  er to join thsrn there.        "���  Mr. pienower w;is a charter  member and first president of  Sechelt iBranch No. 140, Royal Canadian Legion, and his  wife waji-a cj barter rhembeLof  the auxiliars.  ���" Three of. their % i-anc daughters and five of their great  grand cjhildt|en are 1 ving in  the Sechelt ;area.  a poitiodVown . beaten ip thei^himt  USE     TIMES     CLASSIFIED  FOR   QUICK   RESULTS"  !���-*     "4  ��� * ^-'i ^*K  U.'ir-W.  '"**i "** ml  ��� ���-.'���: lW' ~~ .  ..';k -j  \   ���    Ii  _���' l?,  v*- 1  ."-'������-  -i -��� I  -   ' i!  '     ' ���  ���:���:-.���  X  *V. i  f   A  3_f,  /  ''   -  iJL *# - v  5  *.*'-f\  -,��?. ������'���  (  It'*..  ���.'i iri  ���  ' "-'���'l  -  .V ! ��� " <  ���  "'���;���? X  i.-  i-    r -.  i���- ��  :">1>'*  ,��i .��� i��-  P        '  f.l ,*   .  y  X  :"'*.  . ���*,������>  -  ��� ��� 'f  .{������: ���  *'�� a  Others  are bein|g bitten -rjjy. frost, evacuated by floods, 'piirched by  water shortage, torn ented by  buitdingi inspectors, pestered  by salesmen and taxed to  death.  Here, you might i yfi to be  a .hundred or more, arid never hav^ to.lock yourjaopr. Our  streams run out off 12 clear  mountain lakes, /unfchafted  except by air, where pdllu-  tion or drought cannot take  place, i     . / _    *"     I -  *rhis| column is lor you, to  publhjh-tyie news of the area.  Any happenings : you^ would  like pHnted-shoutc be telephoned |��r -bfoyight ,tc me at the  top of the y Davis Bay Road  That \vhich is received jby Sat^  urday will appear in this column Son the following ^Wednesday. ' ' " J  ' A welcome to all .new residents Of Wfkon 'Ci'|ek who are  spending their tirit Christmeis  here-*Jtev, and ivlrs. Luteher,  Rev. and Mrs; ItaHJotsaV-JDr.  and Mrs. Hobsop, Mr. and  Mrs. ���! Norman   lhll. 'Mr.   and  frs.; Boser,    Mr!    and    Mrs. ,'  lorly Marston, Mr. and Mrs   i  itcljieU-from Clipton,  M'4_ and Mrs: C romhie have  taken over | the bj autiful Rey-  nold'|i A-frame hrfuse on tht\  beach built by JcJ (in de Kleer. \  Wr��jicome   to  Mr.   and   Mrs ~i  Gregory    who "riaye    bought"  long-ijtime   ^residcht     Burgess'  placoil :   X:  "Special thajiks i^besj to Mis.  Margaret Slater,! Mfs7-li3?el  Crilchell and��Mr]|. ^Jndy Parish who worked iso hard and  suepessfully to I make the  children's school :concert -a  whopping jluccessj ; *  Mr.   and   Mrs. ,frommy   Sin  clair spent the Dhristmas holidays in VancotVer with both  families.  Happy Nevjr "Vfear to tyou all  Vitt,  ivcr-  Bentley of worth gan  der   Harbour '.  Other \than member^, of the  family, Pender Harbour was  represented by Mr. aod^trs.  \I*_ Dvibois^vJ. Phillips, yfm,  "Cameron, Mr.. and ' Mrs. \H.  Stickland.  \^\. ��� ���  JANUARY,  1  TMCtt ANY MEDIClNEf W��TH CAUTION.  7,  Cuiotiye drugs ore a divine gift to mankind.  Pro pcrly, 'used ihcy edit cause olmost miroeuJou$  refiilM. But, so potent ore todoy's med|eincrtHot7  thciy should nor be uicd without caution  ond  proffcsiional guidance. >^7  READ MRE^TIONS CAlRlFULLY '.';',  YoMr |>hy$icion'i Instruction*, which we exactly  rcp'roduec on the label, should be fallowed without any deviation,; If you take any home remedy,  roojd the coution*; ogoinst use, required by low '  to be printed with the directions. If you hove  on ' dc ubt, don't toke it  NEVCft TAKE MEDICINE IN THE DARK.  tiassu es, tablets and containers look alike in the  do k. Serious contcguences have resulted from  ;pe iplii toking the wrong medicine.  ���'   . "^L--      ' 7. ' \\. ���:    '  KEEP NiEDJiei*i^~iK~-OJRIGINAt; CONTAINERS, i  ferrying, dilrcrchMn^kMes in one bott'e is a  da igerous hazard. "Jnlabclc^" contoincrs ore on  invitation-.to danger, "    ''-  PROT^^CWUrilJEN FROM HARM  Htlftjvcj no mcdic��ne--����ithin their reach; Many ore  flavored to t-aste like ��mdjf. Others hove colors "  ���'���vjHen aHroct interest. 6ive^he-<hildrcn o brook.  Lock up oil medicines. 7  DEPEND ON PROFESSIONAL HELP. )  '��  900000000000000001000000000000^  SSECHELT  BOWLING  | ALLEYS  5  5 League dr. Open Bowling |  Coffee Shop  PHONE 8��  Wharf^d  rniidicines you take. And, get all medicines .from  yoi  is always wise) to let a physician specify the  ut pharmacy.  Kzme B>m% Stores l*td.    m  X_ ~~^ibions      ^ ".'H Sechelt"'  |Ph;|886^023L^       ?h^��5-2134  PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTS^AND DRUGGISTS  ^0000000000000000. 1000000.000000m  5-9918  Sechelt-  :.s.: -V& :^l**^,V**<r1' ^^���������.���"���������g-f. -   ffi^g-. *"fr ^ ---'----��� ��� *��"-< "*���    ���* ������������-��.*>. * : i.  ��� ���      >      ��������� ������   ���w  ��a  i i  H  8  h  1-  I   The Secheft Peninsula Times, "Wed., Jan. 8, 1964 Pogc 11  �����  4  K'Trfii  rwj  -  Vfr  s&  ' '���*-t-  <i4$  '������&*  , p.. 04-,  <   "-*i;��  ' #1* "���  ���' 'fcV��*  < ;���> v>  :&*  is  mm��%X* .*.-���*���*���*  fefe^i ������^'v '/-c ���:"���-���  -^"'^"���.' "'  ���fe'"--'-"-' -  i  Mexican Siesta -  TRAVELLING companion, Mike^Suter, demonstrates our  "four star'.' accommodation while travelling in Mexico  and Central America. . '       r  Forefgit Views  ������* ���By Ray Grigg  MEXICO, to many; is a pldcewhere beef is lOca pound,  I       where hotelSfare a dollar a night and where immorality  is common and inexpensive", it is a country where there is  always sunshine, ft'is our closest escape from the pace of  modern  living.  It   is n ~won-      ; r*~-^ : -  derful place of romantic. and; you'will be asked if you are  -colorful - people, of age-old in possession of a package of  customs.and of deceased cu I- cigarettes or a7bottle of li-  tures. For the many who visit quofv.You might overlook the  Mexico, it is a fantastic;vac- significance of the Question  atiohiand. For the many-who when beginning-with the pre-  must li%*e in Mexico, it is a mise that ail these civil ser-  place seemingly immune to vants are honest. If you he-  progress. . - gin '-with the premise that  Border towns mark the em- *~ lhe>* are GOt- t^*"1 the hint  barkatioa point for those vis  itors who wish - a launching'  into a world sharply in contrast with that of Canada.  At these - frontier settlements  one. becomes- abruptly initiated into the corruption1 of  government officials, the atmosphere of poverty and the  absence of common - sanitation  is perfectly obvious. Some officers   are    offended    if    you.  have  brought  them  nothing.  DAMAGE RESPECT  It is erroneous to believe  that this graft is common to  every ���official of the govem-  mem. But -it-exists commonly  enough to damage respect for  the intent of authority and is  sufficiently   prevalent   tb   ad-  One     becomes     acquainted1 uiteratc the intent of the pufe-  with the eternality of the in-   'l��cjservant It is also popular  ���jr^-    and lucrative enougn to exist  in the police force.  As a  visitor to Mexico  but  is the neighbour of Mexico  and is the country that provides the greatest contribution of visitors- Mexico is the  place where masses of Americans flock for a "good time,  ahd- a cheap time." It is an  opportune place to vent psychological pressures. When  one sees the conditions precipitated in border towns bry  free-Uving and fun-loving  week-enders, one cannot expect international friendship,  that springs from the heart.  Rowdies and punks game for  sex���and excitement frequent  the edge of Mexico stimulating--and "sustaining prostitu-  - tior^ disorder, drtmkeness and  discouraging national and individual - self-respect, " The  towns T^ioep -during the day  awaiiipg the , nightly influx  of money. They also sleep  normally, industrially and agriculturally. Their sustenance  is from the sale pi disrespect-  ability. ~~ 4-  FARTHER SOUTH  There is -another brand of  this visiting neighbour who  ventures farther south. They  come - in -luxurious cars -sad  trailers with fortunes to spead  on accommodation*, souvenirs,   fishings and   hunting  ex  peditions and cniertamn-.er.t.  They snoop into Mexican. Lie  with, cameras. They buy the  best-seats at" the -bull ring"  when "they do not appreciate.  the art. They confine their  wanderings to ] the. proper  places so they won't be em-  barassed. by poverty or 'get  their shoes dirty with the  .filth that decorates many of  _the back streets.  - Their wealth is useful to the  country, in fact, it -is- imperative to Mexico's 'welfare. This  is another reason'why it is re  sent ec.  tv;  liS    is  ather   rea-r  rtittt  son. why the -American Is cal- '  lled -gringo.**' It means. "Come  American! fe dislike _\vctx  but we .will be:: respeetfui ,-to  your face becausa you ha.ve  mpney. We will exploit you  if~we can because you exploit  u*r_ This L? not the- opution  ofj"everybodv but-it is cf  mSny. It- is probably the feeling of those 'officials ��.-ho~  ha^-e decided to utilise- the  opportunity to retaliate ar.d  of^ho*��;- mc-rchanu who Scf.o-.v  that the pnee of "sit object u  prGpe=tibnaI to ;th�� afflui-ncc  " of .the cuiiomtr. "GnzgQ' :i  the' term that., denote* the  brash.' inconsiderate    fc-rv-^r.-  rrom   fhc   northern   bound-    w.  4& "-*^#*^r,t-" ->^.  ary cf MexicD to the fsuthers'  extremity Of Central Anierica  it is a derogatory tern*. Whenever   they   asked   me j "Usted "  AmencaaoT",   I   af��ays   rep-,  lie<L   "Ncl   Canadifase!"   ar.A~  isstnediaiely       thef    f reacted  raoife-warmly tew��xd  ist.  Peninsula .folk  span the world  RON   O.-c'.ari   JS^:~a    F.-V,  h-i  flo'ir. to L.T.'i'ji.   E-.^-  lar.d   to  v.^it   rv"��'-,.ir-   f.T  .i  few   y��e--'<.j    ir.d   ��t .X  '"'   "**.  the  t^r: nr..n^ cf  F�� :xt...-^  -L-  F.   (E.7>   Pt-r��.-.s," Si"i  , Tzzz. n  ��;.".. .�����:/   tr^.v.' -���r  *hrc _^h t.-.r-',Vv--.  J- fs.>-    Lrt-  est   -.vord   ii  ts��  Eart^d:-  .-* '!  :::������"!  '  l.    v.  tor.  ���>:  d*Ct    f.3-    a  .r��r   U-   yjt.   ���   ' t  ���',        t     V    - -  C-lfs '"  :b '  ���Ai  mei. irt th.  xr.    .���-   v-,    J,-.  \\:  ��� ��-v !��-lt    a ������    ������  ���n---.'. r    * .  t.v .^   *  bju'.(rr    ^-<   ���        ��� ���  D.  habitants; people who tnidge  through their years with a  slowness, a painfulness and  a lack of resolution. They  tread through centuries disi  regarding the convention of  betterment, divorced from the  principles of progress and ad  not a resident, it is-difficult  to know how these authorities regard their fellow citizens and how the people regard themZ Despite my inter-  heringto "the K^e of casual- _��ffV**j various  levels of  \here-it-mtrclL to   be    Mexican fife. I could find no-_  ^^        -    - -  ---        animosity /or- distrust   that .is  comparable to.that existing  between these"* law enforce- -  ment officers and the foreign  visitor. From what was observed., it seemed that each  treated .the other with informality hut not with disrespect. In fact, the casuainess  of- their observed " meetings  suggested more, comradeship  and >co-opGraiion than is noted   here   between   the   public  -nesSi       ...  learned and "observed  in! Me  xico.   Most   startling   initially  is the  nature of national officialdom.  GRAFT  RAMPANT  X In the Department of.-Im-  rhigration one encounters a  graft that undermines the-  usefulness of regulations and  a casuainess that mocks efficiency. Formality is ritual only   and   officialdom   is   not   a  .t  I'  1:  v.*  ty   anu -uincidiwm   ^_.�����   ���    ���      "measure-.of capability but of and authoratfve bodies. One  acquaintance. Beyond the nor- is-eventually led to believe  mal entrance ��barges one . that the widespread corrap-  pays a dollar when the wind- tion and graft is quite accep-  shield is cleaned. There is an- (able to the Mexicans because  other dollar paid* to the cust- they are hot its victims. -  oms officer for,not examining 7 IMWUU.ANK. rnMTH1uMTr  the contents of your auto. AMbKlCANb CONrHIBUTE  trailer or luggagV. -Sometimes.     j-It is the United States that  s -' " - '     t ' _ -X  A Complete Service *- Five Seaplanes To Serve. You  INCLUDING THE BIG HUSKY, CAPABLE OF  tARRYlNG SEVEN  PASSENGERS OR   1  } 1700 LBS. OF CARGO t  A TELEPHONE CALL TO OUR SECHELT OFFICE  will   bring  a. modern  radio  equipped  aircraft  to  yd*^!  .        ~      - J at  once. "X -' X   I  I Go Modern   *   Go Tyee l\\   ^  Phokte Sechelt 885-9343   j  '   OFFICB IN THE'LOBBY OF SECHELT BUS DEPOT      -'  ~-- -   , ,     I,,,, iininiii.      i-    ii-   ui * ".*".*." "'"'   ",'   .'  *^����*�� X  vt  "<���  -���"i>  X-  \--y. >*  ���TV*'   '.��� ---���.**��� i -I"      '���Vi*-<- -^^V-'��J8-^-" ��� a..l.�� ..l-i��... .*^��.      rft> ���, Ih..!-5- ..iJi...,.l  ������������..., ...     J&!����  ���:���    \x   >    ��� -���::   '������ ���-"   .   ��� .    , /iV-    ��� -- . .   ;  ��y.r.-. .y'Kl  r*- ��� ���fri'"    "*���''������ -~---;,-t-����-^  illiitioii is��  i* :.-4'" . jj r     *i  ��1 1�� ��JC^f ��SI  POLLUTION- of writer sourcesApccurs when Ithe  carrying; capacityof water is  c xygert is c|/aifab e to carry put the^atural bajrjjte  _^own ond'stabifiitotien. of drganic matte  i OD (biocheiinica oxygen,demand).   7    !  'Minimum  Britisi   standard! , '""'  'staice' 1951   submitted^ at  th&  < ieneva Conference on \ water  Pollution "problems   in Europe  ih  1961  demanded  a BOD  of  2jQ pacts- per million. At this  ferenee it was recommen[ - One of the-l end\jprodiicts  led    exahiinatiori    of f water :' drogen jsulbhtde' (proceeds  sjhould      comprise      physicaL    ty to the 4ulfui"ic\acid  ; abdV bacteriological,  as destruction pf bac ;ei ia.  In actual practice t ie -e are  ^ interfering    re4etions. 7 rhlor-  i ine is an oxidising aj :e|t r$��d  1 readily combines with a  ed up|-a��d ho dissolved 7^duced  wganic   or  ^.i-u-.L.urk.a^i,    \substances, m riatu  jl.ba-tfendf breoK- ,\��[ end ^oducls of tW oxid-  ejr.   IpjiS isj tet]med    ation of carbonaceous'a:lid mo  ther decreases Me- PH..;  If conditions ;u-^ not.  able, the breakdown pY r|itn>r  genous    materials,    dbes  proceed to|the  end prod  e materials  alga  'hemical  ieterminations: Ih addition,  the^ saprabiai organ ifsims  (thoWfwhich feed Oh; decay*  ikrg ^nimals tine /vegetable  rjiatterVin; ratio to the bxygen  ituration/of the water should  calculated. ���""."���  According  to   tieir  recoro-  aendatibns;   wate r' desirable  Should   contain_a.   minimum  >r   bathing    and    fish in  &OD content of 730( per mg/  Water can purily, itself. To  laintiin self-purifacation fa Fungi, parasitij iplaijits Hvith-  Ibrge jbodjy of dil utmg-Wate^- out .green coloring matter, are  - ith  a -high  oxygen fcontent    efficient  oxidizers   of)  or jaruc  not  ucts.  hy;  on-  tage.!  In   hard - \yater ;the- sul fides-  form  sulfates  Wjhicn\ produce  unpleasant iodors'i       \  OTHER-FACTORS i  besides 'bacteric  which  jsnej-celled   plantjv  other  habitants ojf se  arej   protpzjoa, -j fungi,  spores and' nematodes.  Protozoa, [   ; one-cellfed  mals,   ingektl ^rjganicr  rrlatter  and   bacteti^   and   assist   in  stabilizing i   tym]\: p<{iliut|ional  materiaL���.      | '      j  chlorination w^th a [relkidual  of 0.2���0.4 pts, r per m ill on . of  .chlorine can destroy i9A<% of  bacteria wiUi a contrici time  of- 15���20   minutes.   lpe|truct-  lon of spores i|s not  as  Page 12 the Seche  t Penin  great  H  sula Titfies,7Wed., Jon, 8/  favor-  nd a balanced lequatic lifjj  are necessary., Swage tnust  ]>e fresh1 i-wit^ no floating  lhateriai,. rAitrefyiftg solids o��  1he capatfilities pf na|ura3  :lora caikaes stuulation ��'���  Certain groups, and upsets thu.  1 alanfced. conditior.; ;  llACTERMli  AC':;[ON ,7  Oxygen: content is import-  *ht becapte was i.e. .material  t ses oxygen as it lecomposes..  r!his   bacterial   bnakdown, i;  < arried out by bacterial coin ���  nunities ir two sjtjiges, firstly  t!ie ���CfxidatJon of I; rbonaceou 5  i lafcjter." ani secotji ly the 'ox-  iiat,ion .ojf . nitrbgclnous (pro-  tsiri) matitfr. Thp is accom-  j lished by; two types of metabolic nroi'dsses���aerobic- and  i naerooic.  -In the less- efficient anaer-  ebic proce.is, the brganic mat-"  ilr is broken down in the ab-  frfnee of a r or b|.the proccs?  products ; 3f the] breakdown  cf earbonpeeous organic mat-  < rials Ih this proqess are me't-  1 ane, hydrogen, jirganie acids1  rnd alcohols., Thq.efflux frorfi  tils process contajins an largep  ,1'ercentag^.'. of 'jsolids than  from the Tno.re efficient aerc-  lic proces:;.   x    -f:  In thcr 'Hcrobic|.jprocess, or-  I anic ' matpr is broken- dow l  ii the"presence- o| air by o>i-  ilatiorA. Mere aai-*bonaceoi.fe  t rganic jmaterial| produces  carbon dioxide ;a|nd oxygei,  Ifo methajrie is produced, fyei-  < bic treifment, -ponds', triclj-  ]ing .'filters ari<| activated  i ludgc methods,: j reduce trjo  i timber, m coltfb|rm bacteria  (5���-05^,j[ whereas) the anaerobic or r sedimentation tanjk  iriethod destroys Only an  small pe{%'entago of the cola  |orm bacteria, ���  d!QLIFO|M   BACTERIA  In ^oli!foi*m   bacteria, - no  7thal inhabitantsSof the inteat-  substances. jThfey ajssin ilate  soluble inorganic nitiogen  compounds and iminerals and  can tolerate npre hmjniQnia  from proteins.. JE'|ingi |ar^ present but not*-toij-abuhdaiit in  sewage. '.'*".;  Algae ar# plants wfiicjh can  survwe onjly in the [pre; ence  of sunlight.t They giv^ eff;' "ox-  yg'en gas'and he.jp to ijeilen-  ish the oxygen h the .water.  Seaweeds  are  a gae. .  Spores,  rjeprod active  bidies��.  of some baicteriai are; toi gher  than- the bacteriji  thijjmsi Ives.  They   can   with;Hand ,the  action of disinfecting chemicals.-  Nematodc|s or threjadw orms  are found Ijby t|he itjillicn in  root^  ami���  ani-  -jy ji|e-  ������gaiiie  ich* as  trogenous, materials iin| sewage. According to pr.jVrilliam  Rudolfs of Rutgers I University, New Jersey, "the greater  the state bf reduction! o f sewage, the more chloriri�� will  be required to meet the chemical demand arid the hiss the  efficiency of sterilizaiioa will'  be with a givfenr. dos�� g'eVof  chlorine."   ; .. ."   -   j'   7-  ' Oreanism(s AMhich ai e not  killed are capable of after..  growth to jthe jpoitit c��f reaeh<-  ing the original .count| after  24 hours. The reason for this  spectacular' growth is due to  the greaterj -sensitivity of���the  bacteria^destroying . protozoa  to chlorine and the development of chlorine-resistant  >acteria. 7    !  Engineers c^lculatle each  pdrson adds between 0.1-5.and  0.18 pounds of suspend ed solids per day to the' sewage.  The "solid matter' represents  the menace since it, is here  disease germs breed.!       '    >-  A laundry processing 100  pounds o\ clothes |pi:oduces.  wastes equal to that contributed by 24 people. The effect  of detergents on ibtcterial  action has not\ ��j diat 2 been  fully determined. Detergents  can be removed by the action  of coke filters.,  All these "aneW she uld be  welt" considered-before any  definite decisibp is. ir ade as  to which type pf sewage disposal ���- sedimentation tank,  filter field or pond.rnHhod���  should be \ised\as a tjermah-  eht method in jlhis ar<fa.  frohibition ..Section. 7c  NO person shall discharge sewage} pc other waste mat^ri  into the v/otefs of thj area under the jurisdiction.of  the Board Without ithe perniissirjn of the Board. The permission may be m the) form of a permit, which may prescribe  the degree of treatjnent of the effluent as well as the '"  tion of the point <j)jf dischcirge into the waters of the  and the' manner ofithe discharge as a condition of the  Pollution-cont-ol   jjther    surface    and    jgrjound\  mission.  Amends  Act. Section 17 Statute Likw  Amendment. The vl i Pollutio n-  control Act, being bhapter 289  of the Revised Statdies of British Columbia, 1960, jis amended  'by inserting the following afler  Section 7 'as section (7A:���  c"7A. Notwithstanding the  provisions of sectidn 7, the  Board may classify;operations  according to the type of sewige  or waste materials'being discharged or proposed to be dTs-  charged, or by the type of  treatment .proposed or undertaken, or by the volhme of the  discharge! or proposed dischjir-  ,ge, or any combination] of  these, and may, with the Approval of the Lieutenant-Governor in Council, exempt ahy  class or classes of Operation rso  defined from the provisions, of  this Act, and may farther make  such exemptions applicable to  a specific area or areas under  the jurisdiction of (the Board."  Interpretation Section 2 In  this Act, unless tihe context  otherwise requires, "effluent"  'means anything flowing in or  out of a drain, sewer, sewage-  disposal system or jvorks'  "Poliution'* mearis anything  done, or any result-or condition  "existing, created, Or likely to  be created,; affecting land or  water which, in the opinion of  the   Board,   is   detrimental   to  loco  area  per-  soil.. They kittackk   pklnt  and  parasitize   nan and  mah Tests carripd ou|t bjl-' the  Bobert A. Taft  inhering Center  Ohio,     have  which breed 4in [sewage "j^tants  can     ingest-*~clisea:  bacteria  and vi ruses.! Fu  more-,   thesn*   nematodes  Sanilliry  in Cjncii nati  jhowtji  yy    tfhlorinat-  Sechelt comparison  'health, sanitation,  blic interest;  "Water" includes  lakes,ponds, inland  or the pu-i  all streams,  waters, salt  waters,   watercourses   and   all  Eng-  hosc  inng  ther-  are  vnrie y of  pojissar s   to  indestructible  inp. -  Poisons:  A wide  chemicals   act    is  biologicail     com ���nunities     and  interfere with  nalurnl  pirifi  cation  processes.  CHLORINATION,  Under       ideajl       dond  More stri  'ngt  jjL  Squdrnisilrpolhitio  control c^ct superior  APPLJCATfON for. o permit under the ."Pollution-Control  ��� Act" f, J. Keubljr & Lauer Bros, c/'o L. J.jLouer, 10,  933, 132 A Street, Sjrrey, B.C. hereby apply to! the Secretary, Pollution-Control Board, for a permit to discharge  treated sanitary Tsewage effluent into Squamish "R  iver via  *j?e Place  ind dis-  Inlet North of McNam1  which flows southerly  charges   into  Howe  Sfbund  &  i give my application to all persons affected.  lions        The point of discharge shall  law  %Vhere they ekist, hamrfiil  (aathogeric) bacteria can also  e xist. ��� Cplrform bjeeteria ha? -e  e role int the ransformation  cl organic mathir intorcarbpn  qioxide- and   ox ^gen.  In the second stagerthe -ok-  ibation of nitro lesnous. mater-  id, several factors are esset^t-  i il-^-oxygen, arjvmonia, pr^s-  < nee of I carbon dioxide and  'In alkaline reaction.  H FACJTOR  Tliis reaction, acid or alH|a-  B.C  j are riot necessari y \  Harmful,   pin   themselves,   but Jjnated septic tahk efftluerlt into  St. MMy's applies  fo^ptill^ion permit  AMPLICATION for a permit under the "Pollutiori-Contrdi  -       Act" WE Dirdcto ��� of Indian Affairs- of Ottawa, Canada AND; Botird of Trustees, St. Mary's Hospital,/Sechelt,  Trail Bdy, a pajft of theS traits  Of Georgia and  give  |me, is Herrbed the PH facljor 60 (Imp!. Gal. ijim.). [Maximum  nd is deiterxnired by the ny- 12-hour diischai-ge 33,000 (Im  cftrogen'iron coicentration.  In perial  ga}loni.i   Average 24-  1 he sedementatijan tank or an- hour discharge throtgh yeiir if  jmethotl   where    0ie eontinubus or through  ; teyobic  ' weakdovim    of  1 rtaterial  ; jydroger  ; dcohols,  j iiwditced  Omposition   of  ; permits  immonia  The characteristics of the cf-  ^^t^^^' ^^ion-^I.Board;    S^5SiJK  permit toidischarge  hlor-.       . __ .   .       -  -\      7~    p.m.) 200 before treatment  ihal tracii are r|ot necessari y \ for a  p.m.) 300 before treatfement, 67  after  treatment.  Tot al  solids  ...   -      .,        T ���.  .. (p.p.m.) 600 before faijeatment,  my application -to all persons    300 after treatment. Biochem  affectedL- , .     '. k^ oxygen demand |(p:p.m.)    ,bef0re    treatment '30    alfter    ���r ra  250 before treatment J70 after    treatment. pHLT.211>efbre tr1?at-    This Act  notce of  The point of; discfyirge shall1  be located. 600 fijet East 01 West  Boundary   of   Seche|lt   Indian  Reserve No.t2.  The land upoh-whilch the effluent originates is Spcht It Indian Reserve '[Sfo*. 2L ard St.  Mary's Hospita!. ^  J  The quantity; of effluen t to be  discharged is a.��i follows: Maximum hourly wte O.ll (<p.F.S.)  produces    methane,    gallons)]..  orgs nic - acids alnd  i an ac id, reaction j as  which  [an . a:cumulatioh lof  carbonaceous    if   seasonal   57,500  limits the. cte-  Voteins , and  nitrogen which furr    follows!  Suspended  ;. t*-..-. :  be "located" at apbroximateiv  100 ft. "North of the intersection of Wilson Crescent and  McNamee Place. Tfe land upon  which the effluent] originates is  Lot 3 of Lot 4261 iSroup 1, N,  W.D.. Plan C4SI.  The quantity of! effluent to  be discharged is as follows,:  Maximum hourly irate,'-0.08 C.  F.S., 30 (Imperial! gal. p<m.)  Maximum 12-hour dischirge  10,000 (Injpertal gallons.) Ave  rage 24-hour dischslrge thro jgh  year, if continuous) or through  season if seasonal  perial gallons.)  The operating season during  which the effluent  charged is conti  waters Within the jfhri$diction  of the Province;       7. |   !  ~ "Works" includes drains', ditv  ches, sewers, interceptingjsew-'  ere, sewage treatment anc disposal plants and works, -pump-  ing-stations, and other i works  necessary���'��� thereto, and' outlets  for carrying off, treating  and  disposing op drainage and seiy!-/-  age,  and 'any  other  anil  all  wor^s, structures/ lands, conveniences included and ;nec'es-  sary  toSthe  completion  of a .  sewerage or drainage system.,  Section 4 The Board.hs s the.  following powers and^duties!-���  (a) To determine what'--.qualities and^properties of -vater  shall constitute a polluted con-  fdition:   ] -i  (b) Tq prescribe st^inpards  regarding the quality! and  character oiLthe effluent ivhieh.  may be discharged intifiahy of_  the waters within the area or  areas under the jurisdiction of  the Board:  (c) To conduct tests ahd surveys to determine thei extent  of pollution of any ;wdters  witliin the area or areasjunder  the jurisdiction of the ;E|t>ard:  (d) Td'-dxamine into all existing or _preposed means for  the dispos��il of sewage-or other  waste materials, or botli and  to approyp-thc plans and sfpeei-  ficfitions for such worksMts are  deemed':i-hecessary tri prevent  pollution of the waters if the,  area or areas:  (e) To notify all person; who  discharge effluent into th ��� .said  waters >vht*ri the effluen) fails  to meet the prescribed [standards; .  . (f) To.order any person after  six months from date ojf ratification or such longer period as  may be determined by the  Board to Increase-the degree of  treatment of the effluent or to  alter the manners Or point;of  discharge of the effluent being  discharged bv such person to  bring the effluent up to the  prescribed standards:   :  (g) To .order any person who  fails tb'comply with an order  issued tinder clause <f) to cease  discharging effluent ihto any  waters in i\n> area as ahd from  a day and time specified in the  order. '  -l  p.m.) 2Q0 before treatment 30  after treatment. ; Total sclids  (p.p.m.) 400 beforj treatment,'  60 after treatmen',. Biochemical oxygen demanjt. (p.p.m.) 200  The operating season  which the effluent will 1pe dis-  chargedjis contbiuous.  The characteristic;; of  fluent*io ibe d/^charged  season  (Imperial  during  he ef-  are as  solids (p.  treatment.  pH 7.0 to 7.5 before treatment, 7,0 -*'7;5^after-treatment.  Temperature (degrees, Fahrenheit) 50-60 before treatment,  40-60 after treatment 1  Colifbrm bacteria [(average  m.p.h. per 100 ml.) 5|cl07, 98-  99% reduction. Toxic |hemicals  (p,p,m.) Hospital waiStes.  The type of treatment to be  applied to the effluent before  discharge is as follous: Primary sedimentation, (Phlorina-  tion.  A "copy of this application  was posted ,at"the proposed  point of discharge on the 24th  day of October, 1963.  Date October 25,4963  W..G, Coleman, PJ Er g.  for Indian Commissioner for  B.C.  ment, 7.2 aftertredteient. T ��m-  perature (degrees' Fashrenl eit)  45-60�� before treatjnent, 40-J-55"  after treatment.  Coliform bacteria, aveifage  m.p.n. per 100 ml.) 30x 0 6.  Toxic Chemicals : (p.p.m.)  None.  The type of treatment tci be  0 applied to the effluent before  discharge is "as foljlD.ws; Coarse  screening, Primary sedimentation,. Activated sludge, Secon-  . dary sedimentation, Chlorination. A copy of this application  was posted at Ihe proposed  point of discharge on the 16th  day of Decerfiberj 1963.  (Agent) P. G. W. Walker,  P.Eng.,  Consulting Engineer,  2840 Spruce Street,  Vancouver, B.C.  Section 12 Application:  "Notwithstanding the brovi-  sions of any other Act this Act  applies to  (a) all the areas of lamjl contained within the boundaries of  a   municipality,   drairiing.   by  12,500 (|hTl=~ natural or artificial means, into the Fraser River or its tributaries from the Village of  Hope to the Stmit of Georgia,  -ev into Boundary Bay, or into  the area of the Strait of Georgia. contained within a line  drawn from the International  Boundary-line -at longtitude  123�� 15' to Halfmoon Bay," or.  into Burrard Inlet;  (b) tiny area designated by  Order of the Lieutenant-Governor  in  Council  Section   13  extends:  will be pis  OILS  This Act shall not be <ieem-  ed-contrary to the Health Act,  the Municipal Act, or the Water Act, but shall be considered an extension of such Acts  for the public interest." '  @affliH@HHEH��S!3  |l>A N Cit ilNIU 1RISI IN 61  aa asGus  uaasrj. sa  ISiTlA R1T LiEHE Nill &  fflaaiffl@a@@i mum \  ���/-   _     . ,i Li . i.    I      . ���������."������'".������'.���,'1"  ;*"'"   ^���j>vvw��njw^m.Mi��*ju'V��mi>!!.*fi 1  At Sechelt ..*. ...  Englieers, sanitation  expels attend council  py  S. COPP, Federal Department ofTPublic Health and_Wel-       fare regional Engineer,. W. Robinson, Department "of    lar   area   produce:  Indian   Affdi.rsS. regional    engineer,    Barry" MacDoneJd, " salmon run. is a crab fishing  -Sanitary  inspector, and  Drs.  A: Swan and W.   Burtnick    ?rea-   andla:so   lh^   Indians  *"  attended      Sephptt'��      rWvnHi      ������       tiZve a pcrAut to obtain  their  winter   supplv   of   scao   fish  essence." " -  there. "        " i  Parker: "There  is no value        Robinson:���That  is  not  re-  you can jiul on our beach l:    quired   by  any  legislation."  Gordon: * "Section   33'2."   of  water are there in the bay'"   The Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wed., San. 8, 1964'Paae 13  Dav.e:   "There- is   a   strong     ; ���  '       . i   current " at highl water, but  not at low water, but I have  no fear cf any contamination  of the" bay or threat to fish  life."  Gordon: "Do you have permission from the federal 'department of fisheries to spew  out in the bay? This particu-  CTJP  attended Sechelt's cohncil  meeting to answer questions  on the proposed plan to discharge treated effluence from  the riew hospital and the Indian reservation into- Trail  Bay. . --, -       '.:-  Commissioner H. B. Gordon  asked, "What scientific proof  can^you produce to prove chl-:  orinatioh Will destrov all bac-"  leria?". ��"- ..-    .   "  .  ���Robinson: "It wijl "not. All  bacteria" are 'not harmful.  Both harmful' and non harm-  yon ruin it.  Robinson: ."We can a.ways  extend  the  line."  Gordon: "Then this is experimental?"  Robinson: "This is the minimum."     "       " -  Gordon: rls this efflux  free-flowing or is it pumped  out?"        . --    .      4-  Robinson:  "Frc-e-floivmg.  It  ful bacteria can emerge. This    has' an elevation of  12 which"  treatmcnt is adequate accordr  ing to public health authorities." 7 r  Gordoi^: "How far out "will  this efflux  be  discharged?"  Robinson: -'About 200 feet."  is aboul two feet abo"ve the  highest/ tide- experienced  here."       -". -  Parker: "Is there any alternative   scheme?"   -   -  "  Robinson:   "Yes.   Individual  Gordon: "Will chlorination -septic���tanks and- disposal  destroy golden staph, strep.: fields. The, hospital wa; de-  viruses, typhoid, polio, dysch- signed with a disposal f:eid7  tery?"* c -     ' ' ;      but    maintenance   difficult.es  Rcbinson: "The "concentrat- eccur. . it becomes -clogged  ion we're using will kill the then you have -pools" Wir.g.  majority.   We  can't  count  on    around"  killing them all. To do that . ' {Gordon: ?What about r.em-  they wcpid . have to be ster-' atodes? They breed in sewage  ilizod in'a-retort. In Vancouv- disposal plants and are at* feci -  er the. average colrform count ed tjy chlorination."  ranges from" 200-500 per 100- JCcpp: 'They're- in water  ml, and there have been no���systems too. They are harm-  epidemics   traced   to   swimm-    less."  ing  on  the beaches," "     * Gordon:  'They   ingest   bac-  ��� Goj-don: -"Is  that  why thejr    teria   and   protect   the   germs  closed   the   beaches?"        . -"���    they cany." \  Rcbinson:      "Raw     sewage        Burtnick: "TheAdar.'t carry  to  hu-  tr.e fisner.es act says, no persons snail cause or knowingly  permit to pass into, or put or  knowingly permit to be pul.  lime cr.emical substances or  drugs, poisonous matter, dez.d  or decaying nsfi. of remnants  thereof, mill rubbish or -sawdust or any other deleterious  substance . or thing, whether  the same is of a hke character  to the substances named in  this section or not. in ar.y  watc-r ^x-quented by fi?n. or  that flo-.*. s - into such water.  r.or on ice over either such  waters:"  Robinson: "That cru'y applies <o illegal dump.r.g of  garble. .1:   does not  a.'tee:  a  Copp: "Ail the towns alons  the F riser discharge into tr.e  nver."  ��� Gordon:  ."Will     there"   be  dancer to mirine life?"  McDonald:    ""The     lesidual  cn.onr.e   ccnte  tp.r  is   Z   to  _ Hon    \e'\  titer  the organic materials  is  c:;ic>':ved. * We     know    what  'percentage    marine  W.  V,ra  was. going ihro the bay."  Swain: "But- it won't be  raw sewage  from_here."  Copp: "No, and father the  volume of treated sewage  flowing into the bav will be  small."  Gordon; "But it will increase   over   the   years,    and  any  bacteria^ harmful  mans/,  Robinson: *Tve never heard -  of them in  B.C."  Copp: "Organisms - break  down organic compounds:  Col-form inhabit the qrowth  of-harmful bacteria. The ratio  of   pathogens   to   coliform   is-  Ute    car.  accept.   We're   going   to . play  tt down the", center. It will be  below  the   tolerance  Icei   of  "marine  life."  Rob:n.-cn: "This will be tne  same   tyr>e   as   lona."  Gordon: "Is Iona 100'; cf-  fective*'"-  Copp: "About 99'; effective on the bacteria: count."  Gordon: "What effect will  there  he  from  Japanese  sca  the    size    of    the    bay    isn't    very small. It there  were ar.    weed  retaining  efflux-*"  going   to   increase,"  Copp: "By that time you  may find shine other means"  Robinson: "The amount of  solid material coming out of  the   plant:  is   so   small   yoii  epidemic of typhoid, the doctors would close the area immediately."  ; Gordon:'"What about cryps  and chemical wastes?"  Rdbinson:   "What    harmful  wculd'nt be able, to .tell the chemicals would there be"  difference from that and or- Swan: "Chemical -.wiiei.  dinary creek water. The max- lab acids will not go m:-> V-.s  imum flow at any. given time sewage" "system. They will go  twtH be 60 gallons a minute, into a rock pis."  the . equivalent flow 'from-'a Burtmck^ -"Chemical -Aa^tes  three inch pipe at 20 pounds will be dispensed as gar-baa**"  pressure���not as large as the ' Gordon" "What information  flew in a culvert. The treat- can you supply about determent/Js!rjn.t <vi-Il 'bt- at the gents'* Are they not insole-  ���fbeaehKfind . chlorination is ble? What effect will t.-.ey  dor^e after the. effluence ieav- liave on marine life'"  es'jthv  plant." -    Robinson:   '"The  eor.ceatrut-  Gordon:    "Will   -this   efflux ion  is so small  there will   be  be  tested  every  day?" no'effect/'  McDonald:,   "The    pollution GordonT "They   <*.nd    ti.e.r  control  board will  advise  me ' way   into   lakes and   ��trej.-..��.  "wbat sWps to take."     =���. Is there no "occurances of d--  Gordb|i:- "Then -it  might be lere'ehts here?"  once a  month, or once every McDonald:  "We   don't   r.Jt-  Robmson: "There shouldn"'  tv ar.y problem there."  Gordon: "Henry S. Reus.-,,  United States congressman,  graduate of Cornell University ^~d: Harvard Law ..School  s-t-jtes detergent foam s^ta-*  the sewcraci* removal by pre-  venting h^ht and oxygen  frvim   rcachind   the" cont3m:n-  . Copp: "That's a different  typ? of treatment plant.  Tr.ere r* r.o Irght in a septic  plunt."  G'KCorr. "Hospitals are clear. ."t*d -^ar.itarj- ye*, you have-  outbreaks of staph. Wh^t prr-  ca-t.ans cur. be taken to pre-  UTit thfst; from -afypoarir.^: or.  ���.!:;-  *r-e:.t-hc<*"  Other   bactcr.a-=d.e  out   t.-.eir  natural   habitat."  Gordon:  "'.Vna:  j  tr.e c^r\-  oar_��0-   m cost of tr.fc  onz;"-  al dlipc'sa^ f.eld ana the .va-  a^;e ^ys>*m',"  , Swan:  "T:   15   SIl^-"*  ccecrptr  ut ��h the  the  operati.tg    ccs-s^   jr.��    h.;her  because of e'c^g.r.j: "*  Gcrccr.: "Essaz.dz.lc- hai ui-  ed a dl?pjsa.l field fcr y^ars.  They, just  clear,   it  cut ~  R^cinsor.: "Th_j ���*������... have  tu ce cor.e hi.'re every two  to five year, witn the- treatment plant to' clear, cut the  solids."  Gordon: "We have sr. altera  nati\-e for tr.e r.csp.til t.ic-.t?"  Swan: "For trx- r.a-p.ta..  J'esr but r.&: for the rest-rve  There is no place tlierc- to  sink septic tames."   -  Cioroom ~ %��r^it ^bc jt tec  pond metr.cd used c-y -tr.e  "c-.ty cf Lar.fley"  ' Robinson: /-Sc���.e ^-.oc .--red  crt.es use tr.er:.. I wc^lir.'t  .recommend tr.em ��r.cre ur.  -ultemat.-.e net.-.3d cf c:=-  -cnarg.ng* 5<-v.-zze ir.to i b^cy  ��.,' water, ls ava.-L.ole~- T:.^r<i  ^e ^!r.e operate sal prol:-  .em< 'Arr.rrn tT.e" .<*e brvSh-s- up  ir," tne jprrn-."  ; S.var.: "Wo^ld c��r."a*r.:r.at-  lor. from ar. outfall be p-cre  or les^ tnan frc-y. 3v cr t;  pleasure   craft   dumping   ^c-a -  .v-jPi-'.    ,��.cre  trt-'ii  ,i  L.rtr^.<-  w^ter/"  S* j.i:  "Tr.er.  p_lc-J-_r..   craft  " represent a greater hazard  than the sewage p.oe. A cre-  akwater wc^ld ter.d to forrr.  a trap. The outfal. could t-e  extended if a b.-ea.-iwatt-r  cofttc-s. A. local resident is- tak-  - :r.g up a petition au^irot tr.e  seware d^p?<a;. but tr<- en.--  akwater would be the greater  hazard. Irrdiiit re>erva.t:or. -  iewace is a hazard to V.- of  ty. I'm concerned w;th the  he^itn of :.-.;.- local Indian   Ir.-  .eCtlGUS    Iiep^t.t^.   ."   a   ^e'^u^e  problem. Sewage ir. iurf^v.e  water is a potent.ally d.-.r.-  geroui situation "What wruld  happes if cur s��.:.��u^:e pi^n_  were  deLot-C*1  .'   -  .t.   W.-   .'    .v   t.:   fc^2   a  rr.r.:rr-j~-. cf 3.- d^ys frtrm  acvert.s-etrer.t L<f:re *av car.  get ^ porrh frcrr. tr.e f*- '-.-.-  :cr. t.-;ird l* tr.erp rrc- -�� p���-  t��-st! we car. ju_rt u.-c*-r tr.e  w tr.t e r wtrks - ��� r... ��� po- ^ r. - 1 -  v^cji'.d '".-e'.o tie tr.e Ir. i 0.1  welfare pr��.er-; .We w.-��- jt a  s'.^^re   c:   pj-snn.m:   ���*;-.*-. e    ��������� >-  - ���   ',-'     r- -.  C-.1.IC  r-���,  .arv  it  C^ric:- "���* cct'i- c-3r_si--r  te vre.fjre pr^b'em u- j-e*--  :u5   as    t_T��   pcLutflL.t- rr*1"-  .. S'.u.-.: "S-cula tr_; *��-v*.��_^  plar. oe ccr.te-tt-c ��uctr- -tV./  t.-.i> -a >j..d c_:o.T.i".c:'.y  cc..n-..nitc- a or> ..kwater,"  - After crp^rtirr* of tl " ev-  perti_ cc~r.i^l ar^us-ed tt-.-.r  po<;t.or_ *T th;.-.-: we -:.r-".d  take .the ii.-^e of ines*- '��� eJ~r.-  c-d ctr.cnv.<;-.*" - c<-c irv-d  S'iia.r.. "V'-f r< ,wr%' fyy .>-"  t3 c ttp'!<<.'' ij.ti Da**.e G<>_".-  c:l dei.ced r.c'- _tc .Cisrtv th.s  :.r.y f-r.r.i-. v .-.:. G-r-Jm r>*-  S'^.er-z-.z  ^  pro-e>:  vcv  Hativity pageant  at St. Hilda's  by  Betty rWUliams  ST    KILDl*uS* church   ^: -.-v*.  and T.e-t;<?r5 r>f tr.c.-c-0-trrc-  CvJ'- n  ���a er^r tri-atc-c f? a v* ~,'  .3Ve V  ^ v.a-���   ( r   tn*^   *>^t-v-  .ty.  C*:  *.;,* i-.-1.*? etixf.i-rv  -'-  ��� :-tc-d  z\- tr.2 jur..t- jjx.Lj'I".  T:.e  g.rli cr��-at^d tr.f.r   ?v n  cc-t-rr  c.s      yc*:ie     of    J.v".c"  .O-lKeC  rr.c---.   j Jthr.tt.c   j*r:r--  pTOp<  and   b.=ck   drop.      V^.-  ... t. - -  w-4(���e  ^.ss^star.cr    wci   f.���-'���������<".  V"j  ar.d  G..rrv-   li.lU:  H-infi-H-ii  rid   prtx^i  y-A  Rrbir.:-o.-.:      "Th<       I.". ..-p.  - W3^.d   :t^vc   'j  put   :r.   .i  c  pc-a! fn-ld   The Int...n affi  .*.;.   a.-.c no  a.   suoptrt  ���Tstanct   tr-m   R-\.   if.d   M.  Fer^tis.��or_ '.., ^_  ,A.pprcpr~a:G   passrj;*-    fr'  tr.e  B.c.e  -,\err relid t^.'  C.-.ery.   Bil.:r.{;s:ey.   ve:  .TaSe     ^    icrc'.l     f.T     the     pur-  p-'i^i- Al. pr��-u nt ; ��-.ri��><r" .".  t:.e s.r.^.ii: t.f circl* urcifi-7-  p..n.e^ L} y.rs. C A ��� .'-..v.-  5.7���.  St. c.-.ec- .-i.-^.n. ts.- If'l  ye.- 1 Id ^t,--> .--_���; t����l*r " u .:..  a   f:e -.   f.-.��<r:t\   *r.d   .��   :��*.".-  fr-     ���(-,  'I.  S^im:  "Mo>t  of   the   staph  oacteria  would  rx*   on   cit'^ ���-  'itrcf and  the^e  arv  rncir.crat-  ones~di.>oharged fro:  , six months, or every year." -  McDonald: "The permit is  issued by the pollution control board. , Jf the count "is  unsatisfactory, the" permit  will  be  withdrawn."- .  F. Parker: "Do you consider  200  feet out ample?"     f .  Robinson:    "This   gives   20  - feet al low -tide, which .seems  to.be ample-for the  Bear in minch cost  c.  '..the    hum .in    ir.tc^tm..".    tract  ice   it  in  Gibson-." ��   dor.**   pt>so  any  problem^"  Copp:  "There's no evidence"- j Parker:   "Salt- w.aler   l-* not  of it on the beach in Vane-ju-     in   enemy   to   bacteria?"  ver." Burtn.ck: "To co'.ifomr. yc>.  Burtnick: "It's safer m the  ehuck  Gordon:'  the  in- it.'; - , jsj  PLASTIC PIPE  AND FITTINGS  From li" to 3"  Gol. and Black Pipe  Fittings from" \  8" to 2".  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This was the decision of the board offer d  of the poor condition of thk communiVy club, portion <Jf the  jointly ownod playing field at Madeira Park  "Are  we   prepared to speAcr'  .or   six  these  "They're   a  ih'i to have  thousand,  grounds?"  dollars  ask|;d  held Det?.  A    CHIittSTMAs/pirty    was  held ^i the Ean Tlaig Camp'  no.  ��� w"|so  -also   ,W< ornpanied  in   Roberts' Ct4ek o i  Dec.   16  New toys tfjtiicult  reel  by   the   Roberts  Cre  commit Jee.  . The program, cons  Cub candlelight sen  ing   up   ceremony  Ken Bland  and- RV  board   chairman,   Reg   S.picar.  stated     trustee     M  .'  ������;������  . ���* i'  v.  mess,   were   g;  ���to fix them an *���-  s.  n-  complaints  Pender  H;,i--  ���way,  Muriel Balli "If merely clea  ing out' dftclfes was. the ads  wer,  it  wotld'-have "Ibeen solved' long  ago.. This .is. a  lopg  ni.��ge  deal  TRANSPORTATION  PROBLEMS  .Transportation  as   aired  at   the  "bcur ihceting of; electors caijne  under   discu  is the probl  py  when a  home at 7:3  er.   "The  s?  proved."  de  lam.   "The  lack of flex  of    the    tr,  panies.   We  which cap; behihareq between  the two srthoO'ii;  INSURANCE    COVEfBAfcE  Are ocfciipat iohal s'li idents  regarded jas Employees? This  question Was asked  cussing the position of >ccup-  ational students Tin regard to  insurance   coverage.   "Tpis   is  ,on!y ' a  training ^period.  lor,   and   a   demons! ration   on  rescue. The evenir  taiment was rounde  few skits and a s  films by Mr. Flemi  19B4 CUB  PROGR/.M  Parents should h&v��_  toym^king Instruction  ek> Group  isti>d of a  ice. a go-  for Cubs  ndy   Nay  's enter -  1 off by a  lowing of  ���ig.  Due . tofthe lack c  fi-om the parents i  ea.  the   1st  Gibson;  :; f response  l   this   ar-  'A'   pack  when dis-     vv!^   he   handled   by   district  explained Pot-  ssiorjj. "Scheduling  m. |\To" one is lu p-  child has to leave  0 a.m-." said Spic-  sterjii can be, i n-  riar^d Don-* Mat k-  mai'n problem is  ibility on the pirt  uifpor ta t i on ccm-  Were prepared to  pay   the  cojst.   It   was. a   case  are, not  pjaidj,"  ter.    "Tfie-t ai-j^rojge   em  would noj.' w^nt^o be  that  position i lor  deling  vor."   declared   Ma4klai  moved a  letter be  the WCB to'obtain  a    statement    conce  board's   responsibili  of  letting -t  company.  hrough.'to the l>us  We   "couldn't     ?et  them to..��tg;ee to'a new bus.  <l  J  he   said,  guarantee  ning time."  unless   we  eight    hours  on  Bowen  incoming  problem is  ho policy.  lish  one,"  Also   on  writ  rorr  i-pin  y  copy  meaptinrle Pqt-  occup-  school  They  ptoyee .  iiut in  a fa--  -   He  ten  to  them  the  n   the  o.   the  would  rtm-  matter   with  BCSTA". Ih the  ter will see thit thel 14  afianal. students  carry  insurance   '. s  . Trustee^' group a;cid mt insurance dhange-ove:- wsis tabled for the 'incoming board.  . Macklam said "I cjlon't think  it's that; important tlat we���  be oY_erin\5ur4d. I'd say at $10  leave it.  Sechelt ar  A    transportation    probltem.  PRIZES-OFFSRED  ���Prizes'; of ..$15,': $10  will ' be ; offered   tp   s  Istafid . was  talked    fror(3 Pehder < Harbo  for   the   co isideration  of  jthe    arv   and  Ipard. "The mjain  ight now we have  .Ve have to eStlab-  said   Mrs.   Ball!'  transportation j W.  ary schools fcj>r t'ie  Elphinsto-ie  S.   Potter reported  difficulties  with, discip  uaily   the  on   for- son e  pro1 ?leiir   has   g one  hear   aibout  ually  from  ed7 "Tfie, bhs  of   the* school,  must   lhave!  Macklajm.  7.  ine  oh buses.  weeks befoije  I  it,   ihd~TRen  us-  patjejnts," he*rstatist an exte'n uon.  Certainly   we  control,"    stated  ea-  Us  ers to be ide|ntifiep w  ���referendiim.  Trustee s     ulno-riimouily     a-  greed to] the request made at  natives  ves-  of  in the  nd   $5  udents  cubmaster G. That ther.: from  Jan. l! at the schocj halt from  10-11:3Q a.m. and jverv Saturday from theri on. Any adult or teen age boy.-Interested in assisted is aslfed to contact G. Thatcher a1  886-24797  Parents who hav|e boys interested in joining j are asked  to contact G. Thatcher. Days  and'times of meqti lgs jire listed:   ��� '-  .^..Roberts Creek at Camp  Earl Hai-g, Mondays 7-8:15  p.m.  S^lni    Vincent's | at    Camp  Eafl Haigl Fridays 7*8:30 p.m.  :  1st   Gibsons   *B' i at   Legion"  Hall. Tuesdays 7-8 i p.m.  Port Mellon *at Community  Hall.   Wednesdays   7-8 ]p.m.  By Teddy Benson  ���  WITH modem toys being what they are, 1 have, come to the  conclusion jhot theVe should be special courses  for  parents  in  nOS(a\ architecture,  aviation  engineering  and  chemistry.  elements as ptutonium or uranium 235  Anyone   for advanced  courses?   ;  Port Mellon news  by Linda Moore  THE  Teen   Town   Dance   v. as  held   on   Friday    the"13th.  The crowd was not  too large,  but   most  of  those   vvlio  were  b i    ��� there: had   a   good   time.   The  mast to the aft | stack, then Teen7 Town would like to  cement the antehna and 'the ^hank the sponsors, Mr. and  crossarm to the; 4ft mast. Mfs. ijHiime.  Mr. and Mrs.  W..  Finally admijtiiig to i^nor- FlOcljmart. and Mr. and Mrs.  ance, I pull oijit ! the diction; B.'~ Ljlttlcjbhn. for their time  ary and learn! ajf.t means tci Thje children's Christmas  the rear. Then 1 l<t>ok up cross-, partyf wiis well attended at  arm. By this timt* I'm inclin-     the  Community  hall.   At   two,.  Ever try buildtnjg the latest  in model boats.7o|r airplanes?  Instructions comj; on two  pages. Each paife j is approximately the size: ojf one's dining table. At fjir^t glance it  looks quite slmplj*. Once you  start you're hot ckuite certain  .what "aft" means.f 1 hate admitting to' being.dn uninformed landlubber, so f precede  fo read instrijiciions which  tell    me   to   cement   the   aft  Si  ur Jiecond-  second-  be.' t post-  ith the  Is. there any  son why l us j drivers cannot  fill ou]t. a weekly ^report on  student' bel; avicur;, on the bus  and submit -it' to Mr. Potter?"  he enquires. '-���.'���'  ! i  'Th��_ bus "drivers  feel  they  -SH  >',7  -''������:  y '  "." *  **''���"' j-  * .',  \  ���  ^    - *  ' '\X ���  . .' *  _ 5- .*  "���*.���'  *.  % '������'  th *��� ���  <-���  i  ���>��� . -  ;?-!,?���; ���  ^"���������,  v  ���  "���'. a   *   '  ������ Vi  -. i.*1 * ���  -.' i /.  r t*  �����!*������  **      I  ��  '���-rx:  m ���  .-'*������'."'  :���'>'���'  v^::7  are paid to:  to     keep  board  Burns.   "Th  in   basic  .^tacklam.  -*^^s^r4a4j  pan-yL^br  charterTng  responsible  . Board' de  companies'  ly report oin  drive bus onlv, not-  order,"    -explained  secretary;  is  is a  *w on each bi s.  ,my-o;ok  Potter  'My-C-qk'  Mrs.  break iown  spbnsibility,"  "Who's  Q0:���the  said  ru fining  us ' com-  |.u?    We're  -J3iisS^s4 we're  a meeting o:; rep-ese  to notify rje prese itat  regular lobarcl meeiing:  same ma|nner; at trustefes.  Mrs.  D. Ctaldw-ell's offer  to  sell 3\i iicr^Sof lahd f<��r $2500  was tabljed fjir'-the pe\  ^to. consider. |  A letjter;,.! of apprjeciation  written- 'Tbyj Mrs. Fleming,  principal OT>JJender Harbour  Secondary school on behalf  /of the students and . teachers  lwa<s read thanking the board  jfor. the 'public address system', mineral display i cabinet  I and. klip.   ,,;'  Board.'agreed to) budget $150  to send7 a principal tojbe recommended !by. dordpp" -Johnson, distrietj jSupeHntAndent of  . schools, toj- th{-. rlrincipal's  conference Wuly'i0-3J on UBC  campus,    iias-t    year    Gordon  sickness list    ~  CHARLES Brobkman. 80. of  Wilsonv Creek, v. as knocked  doum by a car in Vancouver.  He was taken to Vancouver  ���General Hospital for emergency treatment, pen transferred! tq Sbaughnbssy Hospital wiier-ehis cb'hc ition is re-"  ported as^tKsod. Mr. and Mrs.  Brookman were irj Vancouver  visiting friejicis fcr the holiday season.  Frank French o| Sechelt  is  still in Shaughnes^y Hospital.  Qeorge    Wedleyl  has    been  dischajrged  from   ihe  hospital  to Vancour  dley is still  mis.  jls   is   Mrs.  ed to leave all! niiutic.al tenfrw--  inoldgy   to   Ihtj   navy.   But   I  don't .want' rfiy  son   to  think  me completely iurpnformed, so  I   procede   with   (*eluctanc��i.  Model airplanes, 'too. are  bgybnd the firyrn&n: They instruct you to bjnild, as one  piece, minus center rib and  top spar, then tujt in half and  the halves joined at the required dihedral tangle. Sounds-  more like a s|urfeical "procedure. .:������'-  By now I'm (hoping, it'takes  my son a lon^ time to build  his models becfaxjise I'm wondering about jthjat chemistry  set yet to b(j j opened, and  thinking I musjt teach him the  difference beffvefen H20 and  C2H50H. (Thej fbrmer he can  drink, the latter he'd be wise  to merely sni|ff). And while  I'm at it ,1 rrtust check that  ^set  to make cteijtain the gen-  o'clock the film "Kidnapped"  was shown and al about 3:30  Santa appeared. Candy and  oranges were given to the  children. Dave' Sherman and  Won|j Were there to take pictures" bf the children with  'Santja   if  the  parents  wanted, i  The Sunday School children  of the Port Mellon Community Church held their Christmas!7 program Dec. 15. The1  playj; "This Shall Be A Sign",  was ^presented to a good attendance of parents and  friends. Each of the classes  of the Sunday School had  partis in  this program.  WEEKEND  AT  HOME  Miss Loraine Logan spent  the weekend at the home of  Mn  and  Mrs.   C.  Graham.  BRIDGE LAKE VISITORS  Mr and Mrs-. W[ Farnham  of  Bridge  Lake  are  spending  erous chemical  company  did- part.of their  Christmas  holi-  n't  enclose "some;   glyceryl   tri- days   at    their   daughter   and  nitrate,,   or   perhaps,    in   this son-in-laws.   Mr.  apd  Mrs.   D.  modern   day   Ijhfey   may   have Bergnach of .Stuccoj Row, Port  substituted     srjich     fissionable Mellon. i  and  spent  a  day;  He,/has  returned]  ver where Mrs.'W  a patient  in St; I  ,i   Also   in   St. |P;.-..���   ...   .....^.  Dudley Frere of I jrpoise Bay.  J.   H.   McCrea  |f  West  Sechelt    was    taken    in   to   St.  Paul's    emergency.   Saturday  'for a check-up, arjd he is still  in     hospital.    L.  ; drove' him   into  i  Queen    Victoria  has been celebrate|d  ��� adiah holiday  sin  ^  Freeman ofH Macleira  id|d' to advi:  to js.ubrnit a  nud'ent be"  N^j ementary \went.  :;e bus'*^?f��re   tha|| W.  week,-  iiayjor  iblfed    a  Indian    iTanie  copy  attend the  search   coi  Elphinstone) seconda-y.  Mrs'.. Ball   was   s<  BC educ;.  ncil  and  S  Park el-  the year  Potter   of  lected   to  tional ro  of  for  ing at -UBC -JaniuaoT 8.  annual   meet-  University  seminar on pro-  - grizzly 7bea:v a booklet  a.tive   writiig   by] Elph  ^students, ct.|pdd' by tile  .commerce clafe."--.-    *~  '   af cre-  nstone  senior  cau:  He  expl  cost of eqa|pi|  physics  change ih  student  niehts instt  teacher,  to $2000 fo  fbr Pender  will  d the increased  ient for t;Te new  ie is due to a  jthods. Now each  perform-  blerps ,_pi  ment foc^  announced  iihunicip;  January  1   govern-  13-16   was  sxperi-  adl of Watehang the  ncrease a>mounfs  Etphinstoni, $1382  and $840 fcfr films  ��  SCOUTS, I CUBS   PlARTY  The     Wiil^on."   Creek     Boy  Scouts ana. Cubs held a joint  ^u���;���*���,������   party   ir,   the   W^l-  i$cov4t hsrlt Parents  and . :he   Wilson  Gommittee pro-  re! shmentfs    for    the  d f fair.  P.    Hansen  ancouver. ,  s.   -birthday  as a Can-  1845.  RICMARDV CRAWFORD & CO  ' l]      Chartered Accountants  announce the opening of ar\ office  for the practice of their profession at  Wharf Road, Sechelt, B.C.  j under the management of   -  '4* THOMAS FltY, Q.A.  Telephone: 88S|-9515,  P.O. Box 373, Sechelt, B.C.  :e  SaylTou Saw It In "The Tinies  Christmas  son .Creek  of   the   boy  Creek Grpu|  vided   "re  successful  BUTLER R!  IeAL ESTATE AND INSUItANCE  HOiCEST PROPERTY  RESIDENjriAL  ACREAGE  Box 213 Gibsons/  fi-i .'���:  HOMES  and WATERFRONT  fr.C.  �� ia?e a  PAINTING AND BODY WORK  'REE ESTIMATES  ���jk 'Jo��n Bean' Front End Alignment  Equipment  Paint FTntsh+ng/7Machine able'  blend, match any color  or shade.   !  ox 220, Sechelt-  ENINSULA MOIOR PRODUCTS (1957) Lid.  The Name That Means A Good Deal  hevrolet, Oldsmobile, Po^tiac; Buick - Chevrolet and G.M.C. Trucks Last meeting.  M"  nuimcx  CLERK'S report prepared and read.by Jules MainiI outlined  the.progress of the municipality during the year. He-  reported asmall surplus due ta council's thriftyadministration;    . - ''-. -". v ' - *-"  "~ ���- ~ ~ ~~  Opening the highway and- alpnifthe east side of Marine  creating safe parking resulted Qiive was replaced with IBOO  from the laying of. 700 feet . jfcet.o�� new four-incb transite  of perforated steel culvert a-^acfflaplete^ withaalt valves and;  long the west side of Marine. ���hydrants^ 9��ft:-feet of two-inch  Drive, erection by depart- pressure- equalizing main: was.  ment of. public works of 100��� installed froin 0*Shea to Abbs  feet  of  retaining  wall   adja- -.m Roads.  A watersurvey  -was  made. in. order to  make kn-r  .mediate and long range plans  for   municipal   -water   needs.  Two  large  wells  were  located, bored andeqiiipRed in. the-  watershed! '   ��� f  were purchased to extendrthe    The Sechelt Peninsula Timet, Wed., fan! 8, 1964 Psgt 15  the airport runway 440Q. feet.   1 ��� : =������;  i -f -���- ��    ������   HOuTINt" BUSINESS  Department of public" works  engineer will inspect the harbor early in the new year,  but unless the deadheads are  -a menace to their own property _they do not/accept res-  poastbiiity for their removal  The -engneer request pfe-pus-  shm to remove-the float shed  Cponeii agreeiLon the grounds  of sanitation, space and improved view.  cent-to Marshall and Butler  properties, .and; replacement  with concrete of alt wooden  steps7<disturbed in this project. -  Closed, perforated steel  drainage line was. laid on Go-  wer Point Road." adjacent to  the post office with curbs and  approaches^ to t"hat building  paved. Five hundred feet of  road was built at the top portion of Winn Road, and a portion of 'Trueman Road was  paved. ' \~  PARKS AND BEACHES  Floats broken up by storm  were replaced with surplus  floats from Crown Assets  Corporation. The municipality  purchased the old United  ChBrqh property to be used  as a- memorial park. Work has  been started on the Bluff;  parksite. donated by. E. Gibbs.  WATER:    -" '     ">."'.  Twenty-three new metered  services were installed. One  halt mile- of three inch laid  from the upper divisionary  dam to the main 'reservoir  will conserve water *? which  previously ran off. 1800 feet  ofc two-inch galvanized new-  tine was laid���^550" feet down  ^Sergeant Road, 600 feet down  Dogwood Road, and 650 feet  down the' lower' portion of  Abbs Road.  The. t hree-i nch wooden main  HEALTH AND        -   -  ^SANCTATIONi ^  A sewage survey dealing  with collection, treatment and  disposal of sanitary sewage  was made by consulting engineer   Martin* J.   J.   Dayton.  . to meet the needs of. the future. <"-  FIRE "DEPARTMENT  '  New fire fighting equipment  purchased was - Akron pierc-  ingr' applicator - and a Scott  air-pak. Restrooms built by  the- firemeii' were -in use at  the municipal beach.   " ' "  BUILDING PERMITS  Forty permits were issued  varying from a S200 ���garage  toi a $40,000 business esild-  ina^ Included* in this is the  S35.000 Public Health, center  sponsored by- the Kinsmen's  Club of Gibsons and district.  The municipality;provided the  land and a S2500 grant in 1963  phis a further S2500 grant for  J 964. Also the municipality is  providing the- sewage dispos- -  al system at avcost of $2600,  A house-numbering system  was put into effect."  Two. small parcels  of  land  Legion Ladies,  hold meeting |/  THE  annual-.meeting-jef| the  ~ Ladies Auxiliary of |he? Roberts Creek   Leg:on -vt-fu. h&ld  at tr.e  Legion HalL FJnii" arrangements   were   m*ie; for,  -the children's.Christrnis Tree.  The - usual arrangement^  were made .that giiis be <ec*.  to the. Veteran's Hospiui. also to "St. Mary's Hospital ar.d  Essoncalcj  - ;      ;  Ejection 5 of officers ��������$? *he  " ensuing year resulted ;n Mr*.  Mdiie Thfer being re---*tcted  president; j Mrs. A, Attreil selected ^ice^presiden:; 2>Lr*.  Flo Ellis, j second v'.ce-pn-sjd-  er.t. Sergeant-at-arms. M;*..  Dolly     Davidson,;     eiecut.ve  -committee"   Mrs." Agcf-s : Fo-.--  Another    garbage^   disposal   |    Mrs. Ed Surtees met her son.- sett. Mrs. | Lillian. Sear-,   Mr?.  DISPOSALS PHOBLEM  Oiitcnme of the garbage disposal probiemr between Wat-  son^and.Kelly, was outlined, in  -a_ letter fmrni sanitary inspector "Barry MacDonaldTj Garbage - pickup   for. Ken's   Food-  Hallmoon Bay   *���-  news  j by Thelma McLean^  5PATRICK Murphy kpent  f three I-seeks holiday with  jhis family. ; .  t Denis .Gamble ~" returned  ifrom his hunting trip withlbis  allotment of moose.: ~j |  | Bob and Joan CuRrahgifsm  spent the holiday is Vancou-  Jver with her" family who Beld  ki family reunion.    . ?  J Mr_and Mrs. R. H. Wilkin-  fson of-Welcome Beach spent  JChristmas Tn North Vaneou-  |ver with their family, thanks  |to Mr. and Mrs. Macey wrho  Jiooked    after    their    budgie.  land is to be between 5:30 and_ fjoe-jo^ 3nd X!> and- Mrs.  G p.m. Watson is to make sure |Fred junar, of jjerrv Island  the access is available- to Kel-.-jjjghthouse w-ho took Corkv  ly at that time. |2nd Blacky, the dog and caL  probleni' was - aired,   by   com--1 John  in Vancouver  and   then  tnissidner   Coriett.   Tjiis   time   |��ent to Cumfcxjriar.d to spend-  Kelly was unable to get into   |Christmas   witfe "her   mother,  the  lane behind the  Mariner   {Mrs.   George   Richardson.  Cafe,   and. ha<��_ to carry  thfr-y   Mrs. J. H. McLean has re-  garbage   through' the--cafe   to   | turned Trom  her  stay  in the  load it on hisjxuek. Mrs. Cer-   fBuntaby      General,   HospitaL^"  Ielt   advised   MacDonald   whdTj-much    improved.    Their    son.  had   the   persons   responsible |Norris  and   party   vii-itec   his  -  for   blocking  the  lane  fo   re-  {parents .on   Bokinz   Day' ~  move the obstructions.. j-.   Mrs.- P-A- Meuse's-grar.dscs  Wes Hodgson was nommat- t^*?^ ^"iih^O'S ^ ituceni at  ed to. carry- or. as civil defence Olcto..a ._v.m%-ersr.f, \fsi:ee  co-ordinator and will attend "I "T^.0ver Cnns'.ma^ ^na Pau:  the joint armv CD committee fji-^*^��n vzsitea -; ner from  meeting in Vancouver-on Jan- f Ottawa oa tne -vew \esrr  uary 9lh-"     '"  Water     connection -   permit  was granted to O. Hoig.  . Mrs. Coriett reported- on. the  increased water-throwing efficiency _6r the fire Jioses as  -the result of the three new  baffle plates" on the hoses, an  innovation- brought back -from  -the Ore-men's omvention by_  C.   Mahlnian.     "*  "Accounts in the amount of  SITfifiSt were' ordered paid.  Of this "amount $1327.01 was  paid under the. Winter works  program. ',  Jessie Huffaes. Treasurer Mr-.  Bessie    Clark    and " H^cretirj-  Mrs. Emily Quigley. Sta.-.-iarn  Bearers. Mrs. Ethel C*p��.f and  Mrs. DoEy Davidsofl.. jThis  was the final meeting \ for the  coming) i   j-  DON'S^ ^hoe Store ;  JANUARY SALE   1  ��� ��� i .   "��� '  Sunny Cr��t Ptrfxd.      J  'ynmmnattnmmnmmmmmfinnmftnmnfVuv\Mnftni-wifw\mnrmrrrr\ mnr rPi-rrrnr'nrt-i-aM���mr���i  1-1  For Afl Your Insurance Me^ls  AUTO - FIRE - DOMESTIC  BUSINESS - COMMERCIAL  tDiscuss your requirements with Chades Gatherccfe  ^ i (20 yrs. experience): *  Charles Eaglish Ltd. 1 ^SJ*"  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre -        j Gihsc��s  Phone 8S5-2481; Res. 886-2785  -  X  Tht  emmr l^ENiNSUiLa imm^  imimor for mail or carrier delivery starting   j  W  Note���Carrier routes will be set up in  Sechelt, Gibsons, Port Mellon, and other  points. We shall send your paper by the  fastest method.  SUBSCRIPTION RATE  1 year, in advance, by mail or carrier, $5.00  2 years   59-00 3 years    _J|13.00  Y  Single copies 10c on sale in ^stores throughout  ~    the Peninsula \    _  !  *    A  f}.  8  - " - -- ' "       "I"    .Itlt'ilSlt-LtttttCEttEItirttSItSt^iriiiii^S**? * * .  ���WW^rjBVMT^   S    -     ,,_..,.      ,|      n    .   _|    i    i_���ii..      i "ii | ... ! ' *        ' -' "**" " "'**' ! "'" "'   ' ^ !r  gage 1J6 The Sechelt >enirlsulo Times, Wed.  f  MOREJA^OUT  G4|rb  from page I������  time  we .went   moderil  system is not sanitar.  erybody- should pe on [M thjm  - they cquldnt' throw* their gal  .  page iri sch-ne lane or ojutsifle  ���the vijllage."  "It 'wouii  be  a  more lequitable   way    "or  e V"  .-. eryboqy to pay: theii sha re  than the present 'hit -and mi ?<  method." pne voice only felt,  ''it is OK| the. jW-ay it is���t ut  ��� there !should be a law tlat  ^verylboply has "to. gc' 4 along  with garbage colletitioi i.i'  SUGGESTS .BY-LJ*>W   ,      )  Ma<JDopaId stated udder'.the  present'  (system,   rieodle    ijse .  anything! from lard7pa!i(s_ tors'7  .40-gajlonf drum,, set  ill ;where  they ,liktfe,   think' the (garbage-  7 collector! should; be .tfiere bn "  the split secotid, them���woh't  pay the fee- p^ poinjted <?ut  people are mbie toiejr^.nt  a gro apj-they \ f sel th ;y hjjve  more control oy.ar an individual. He suggijst^d eour.eil  should   pass   a: byjjlaiv   est tb-  Jishink' size of icanf, lid$, pledging   material;,  etc   ;  "���(People ha\ie tqi.ge: [rid of  ^garbaW   somewhere."   jagn-ed  Fladager,��� "and ^ if   thuy   h;.ve.,  to pay for ii they'll Use    be  service.**  "The question,-' meintained  Hodgson, "is. not whether, we  should have it, but ho v to DUt  it in! operation. Ydli couk.n't  take, i$ 12 a year'collection fee  from | an old  lad^.*' t  Village   clerk,   Julet  Mainil  ���;clai��:ed $6 a year'^wculd cover only  part of the7cost:  "It  will ;,take   10   mills    fr; ccver  purchase" and  irtainteiar.ee  of  a. \rhek,"'    he.| claimed.    "It",  would haus. to |be pa d partly  . by taxes, and partly   is a pir-  .-ect   charge   with   10 ������ percent'  charge   on    delinquent    may-  nients.   Not  cheap ;b it  effective." w .  Council agreed-to  give this  problem their attentii in at  "first meeting in the .rfew j  PUC MINIMUM  Fo'iir inches is the ininirhum  size of pipe PUC feels is  ���equate -for extension of  ./er ilihcs outside- th; village  boundaries council was advised in a-letter. "Cur rule,"  said .Ritchey. "is a minimum  of two-inch galvanised pipe  e to.4ake  Jon  8,  1964  Summers about  chained to) the!  ineejssap't  ari'ECM* dog  porch  Xi   t<"  sc  a.ncl bar-  nd  copy of tljie pcmplaint, to the  CMP officer for his- ir formation and. action. "We ;hould  follow ;thq sah:4 pbqced'ire as  We wislitd .withI anyone -else,"  stated lYotmah jMacivay. i  Fiadakor reported th' recreation Jcommjiltee had !;35 -on  hand which they would use  for ^fill ori the! Kinsmen. playground.; 4lsO' jthey were working joinjtly- on const! uction  of a ch; ldjren'4 lemept \ ,'ading  pwk    \   j       ii   ��� '-- |  Cuncll   agreed   to  pay   the  lij;ht  bjillj on -the   merchants'  co=op flbjistmiik. 'tig ht i eheme.  which [would/amount 7o- $90  to $10C[.-Hodgson   tendered  a  vote  of thanjkj&- to the   nerch-  of    ants."   Me-;  thai\Ki to  e-j claimed  the  had  .     -   .   ,.   ,.,- .,      $1200  over   thei last   three   years   to  spent     approximate ty  light  mas.  village  Ejjpmt news  i by Jean Jeffries  E:GMGNT Sunday school-presented a Christmas'program  in the Egmortt Community  Hall. It "was a huge success  and Mr. Wallace wishes to  thanks-all. who helped make  it a success. This is the first  time in the many | years J  have lived in Egmont there  hafcs been a Sunday school for  ���ink children, and Jim Wallace has worked .hard.-^to get  it started and  keep it  going.  --^Revv and Mrs. W: Ackroyd,  M^and Mrs. Tjorhora and"  family, Mrs. William "Wray,  Mr. and Mrs. .Higgens and  family and Mr._G'eorge. Owens  and other members of;the  ,.-.,.,        , Pender    Harbour    Tabernacle  GIBSONS adds ape ther architectural peauty t<j> |ts villagers Sunday school were" some of  the completicnTel the Recilth Centre isj rkear, Shown the many visitors who helped  in thel photo is jthe botk of thi building ovfeiflbokirig the present die fine program!  boy. The Kinsman firs't! started their drive for this Centre  4 yeari ago to ralisc the requi red amount needed from donations e-tc. of theLtoialicost of $35 000 and today they can be  proud'iof their work as the hearth offices a|np sanitation  ��� *.   ... hj^SLj.ti.a^U,,-?. ��� -f*irvST,  dept.- tlnove ih this,  place siome tiWe in  at  :hrist-  ....   Tl    .-,.'   '!���  Fladagdr    reported  easement   is   *Seared   a  eot-te   has   sCaped_the:  grading   preparator y   t  tint  the ;^pipet in.  One  reef feat .of drainage ro  a  10-inph draip line ha  installep orr Gower Pb  Park    prop5ifi|y-   donat  Gibbs  had ' biteri slash  . d.er   the' winter  work?  ram, Nfext--step'will be}  stall .tables. fcenche|s aid out  door fireplace^  Rigby   Porjtjjr   of  ���shine toast ���iroiiri  tee   camq,   be if ore  request an inkfreasei  capita ! gram ;;to Tic  dr  $100  "Our   ifunds"|haveii"t    ncreas-  Plows'  iid  Si-  rough  put-  hund-  ."k and  been  nt Rd.  jd    by  jd   un-  prog-  fo in^..  ��� th > Sun-  t commit-  cou icil to  of the per-  Pender Harbour  newst    i-'.?-  VISITORS . to the " Harbour  during the - festi .'e season  were , pumerous but- 'difficult  to' contact. Among those noticed on my own were Roger  Walker from UBC to visit  with his family. Mr and Mrs.  Archie   Walker 'and April.  Mr. and Mrs.'N. -Wilby arid  daughter Trisha w .'re guests  of Cap! and Mrs. I... Jcrmaih,  Joan   'Vl'ilby's   parents.       .   i  Mr. and Mrs. liirvey Sparling spent the week with their ,  daughtfi'r  and son-ii-law,   Mr.  rnonth. The  March.  Linda Silvey, wholhas been  workihg in Powell River since  leaving school last! June,  spenti the dhristmasi holidays  with 7her   parents,   Mr.   and  Official operjiihg will take   .Mrs. M. Silvey./  ed    ahy."    dbc-larejd    Ritchey,  "we   Will   gijHe   ycu   1*50   for  196477^--'     importer,    alslo   rejresinta-tive  of Gibions and Diatrici Cham-  beri  oi[   Commerce;    requested,  permission   toj  install   a   boat  launching   ramp  40   fcgt   long  by  12 feet wide -tVlx   placed  30    feet .' above    hi^h    water  mark.   Cost 7of tipat   will   b^  paid by the ,ehamber af ^onii-  merce and installation will be  done     hy     volunteer     labor.  Council agreed to approval in  principle   and   Hodgson   suggested the plains be si bmitted  to.  Daytcln,   tie   engineer,   for  (scrutiny,  |   Harbor's beard *.vill be con-  ]tacted. -writh   a   letter) also   to  and Mrs. L. Davis.  Sharon also gravita  home  flirt-plate for  Joan   Cameron   c;.me   home  to   spend   th<i>   time  parents, M'rrknd M  thel- younger generation has  decided to- wai| to see how  the ?��ew Year shapes up be-  foie arriving. .      .      j  Mr. and Mrs; ijlarold Stick-  land: liad their family gathering for Christmas day and on  Boxing day tot4 his daughter-  ani husband Mr. and Mrs.  Ar.dre Dube of Sechelt to the  Moscow Circus  ip Vancouver.  'Many of the ftOmes. had'the  misiortune    to    have    mumps,  sp'i'il   the   holidaj'   season1 --'but  at least these  unwelcome vis-  On   the   wane.  iters   fire   now         ._ _.  parry   Spice-  bpent  Christ-    Viola! Phillips, Ralph and Ron  Daughter  ted to the  Christmas.  with   hfer  Jim Ca-  on  er  .,^*s ,     i  the    federal  public  works  deadheads in  department    of  ove  the  to  ren  the- baj  NEW TRUSTEE  COMMENDED  Fladager cq>mFnende|d a sug-  Mrs. Pe  gestion from  gy Vol-  because this is the si  our? standpipe." . Coiincil | de  cidejd to turn this matter over  to the engineer.       I'  .DqT   inspector   stated   in   a*  letter the seaplape:.flbat is an7  chored   in   the   only - possible  place   to   be   protected ^om*  SqUamish  winds.--He   pointed  out the'community .must purchase prqperty for this installation arid place it in the name,  of the  C own.   "It  is. not  we  who     are  * objecting    but    the  people wio are trying to ruse  itj" ��� said  HodgsoriT-^  Efonatic n of ;^10. was given  to the Salvation- Army. Accounts in the amount, of $732.-  64 were   ordered i^aid. t Pt.��ir.i ���  ^������������   x���   ���   Domestc  water* service for  f 5Ef.^Tu��UE^  tN  RUN  .PrJ7Wy:igaert; was approved!   l    T4,e2 ^c��r r?rer   1S  pre*  . ,; sentl>* om,lhfe Houses loe Bay>  CQMPLAINT HEARD Langdale Ipin, while^t ie Lang-  meron. Mr. and Mis. Charlie  Gillespie and their daughter  Kathleen came, up to their  summer home for 1 "ew Year.  Kathie announced the date  for her forthcoming marriage  ��� to Bill Wiley as March 2%  Bill Wiley is the son of Mii.  and  Mrs.   Lloyd W.Iey. !,V-  Mr. and, -Mrs. Eill Piggot  spent Christma,4 at the "Harbour with their1, son and-daughter-in-law _.%, arid Airs.  Jamie  Piggot.   \i  We were hoping to���fesrT"a  New~Tear   baby   put"  so   far  Sri  $1  yoluLh-hostel'-w,  y.'. Next  his   round-|the-world  y is Egypt.  tee, .to hold  scltool - hall  en, newly elected school trus-  i meeting, in the  to   explain    the  coming referendum and the  budget^Thii is brecking ice  we've been, trying ijo break  for years," 'he said.  .Council decided, on a complaint from  Mr.  and Mrs. A,  dale Queen'  overhaul.  is under  otng an  DESIGNED FOR  : COMFOIII  SELECTED FOR  FftSHlON  Joyce and - TJoug Ellson  spent' Christmas., with Joyce's  parents, Mr^ and Mrs( Beale.  The sEHsons now reside in  Richnjiotfct  The" Neil Blacks of, Nanai-  mo -kpent Christmas with  Mrs. Black's parents, the  John I Dunlops. The young  cohple were warmly welcomed by their many friends and  neighbors,  Among those leaving Eg-  monl to spend Christmas  with their children were Mr.  and Mrs. J. Blais, who spent  the holidays ��� with Jeanette  who is working as a nurse's  aid, in   Vancouver," and   Mrs.  mas in, Casablanca. North, Africa,   after   tra ^billing   through  :.ain   where   hep   got   by   on  65    a    day    travelling- the  who spent Christmas in Van*  couver with Mr. and Mrs.  Fred McCall and young daughter. ��  stop  itin-  FOR   QUICK   RESULTS  USEi    TIMES     CLASSIFIED  gjfc %tUUkSUUUUlUUkrVt0i <U*4*,>^*l>JW*?rfW*tf**��'*i*.A*''*^^ i  E&l^   GROCERY  & CONFJECTIONERY  (Coffee Bar) ��  The finest;in groceries, fresh 7  fruit and vegetables all week j  long.  YourL j after hours food ;  '   iistor^...  1 HOUFf$r9 a.m. - 10 p.m.77 Days a Week  Phone Sechelt 885-4414  ���ww^i ^fww^ynf^v^^vvvv^fmfyntifwwwytvytifyn^nnnm  VWVVWVMMIMVWVVC  "A*  Complete Building Maintenance  ���Ar  Commercial  i^r  Employees Bonded���Liablity Ins  Industrial  VfMIMMMffMMifMrMfilJA  uwiuwHaus  I  WHITE CE     ~J CROSS  *-    ";|:U-.'  /;  SHOES  HY-GE-NIC  'Fashion fit (or  \ greater Comfort'  Priced at  just  White Ci'OiS shoes arc treated for; your odded comfort  j[\ ���   -   ' . ;. ���    .      .   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