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 !SdS?��JJS!4S!����8  Il       '  It -  jen*"'  KV  S1S2' fEST I2tt A*2STJ2  9r ����C��   . -. j.y-  ENINSULA  Scrying the Sunshine Cqpst,- firtowe Sound. to'Jcrvis Inlet), including Port-Mellon, Hopfcinr Lcmc&ng, Grantham's Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Oedk,  Wilson Creek*, Selmo P'aAC, Sechelt, Holfmoort Boy, Secret Cove, Pender Horbgur, Moricira Parte, Klemdole. Irvine's Lending, foi Cove, Egmont.  The  ECHELT  riwBBBB ^fifeS^^" wBl XXmSmK tmW8m**mm |ffiuffi___l jESSS  ?  ���-i  Authorize! es secoAd cfen  ^-iwmI b& the Past Office  m      OepOTtment, OH����ai-  Vdume ����f3su5*T  WEDMtSDAT,  fcfC  2.   I*��4   ICC  iJKsiaaI��'reflf ... j' y     ;  I  ' " i   i. i y  Hospital opening;fiasco,-  as crowds wait in rain :;  7   ��� -     . - J I    .     !  ; HEAVY sleet and rain poured down ^on a large crowd  -of well wishers, many who worked on the project  : and participants, iwho turned out fori the official opep-  ��� ing of the new SL Mary's Hospital,Jjast Sunday.;   I *  Trailer overturns- 4  UNDIGNIFIED posture was assumed by this tractor  trailer unit after-it slid off thehijgiway and'overturned, during snowstorm~Friday night. Owned by West-  view- Freight and driven by Martin Jenson who is not  injured.       ' ... .   {  ���*"    v j- - l "  0 last week . . . !    : .   -.  Accident rash increase  on notorious highway  RASH of motor vehicle "accidents last ^eek. were concentrated* mahily in the Halfmoon.Bay-Pender Harbour area, adding considerable weight to the demands  for ihajor road improvements to a1 stretch of highway  proving increasingly hazardous as traffic increas��s.-  a���- A; City -Transfer truck was  ���in* collision rwith,-a.*-.car .last  -/Monday n��ar. Earl Cove,:.cpn-  * siderable damage'was -inflicted upon the car driven by Don..  McCoIman  of Cartier   Street^  Vancouver;hut there were no_  injuriesl  McCoImaa    later: appeared  . before  the  Magistrate   on   a'  charge bf failing to remain on  the right side of the road. He  was fined $20 and costs. -  * HIT SCHOOL BUS-  .Carl -Rffier, -3*, Df Port Co-  quitlam is'reported" as. seriously  injured in* St Paul's Hospital,,  .following   a   collision   with   a  * school bus which-was proceeding toward Madeira Park from -  ."Halfmdbh   Bay,    na   children  .were aboard .at the time.  The' collision occurred when  the bus was en the right side  of the road, the car is a total  wreck and damage to' the bus  -c&timated at about. S2.CC0.    ,   .  Police are expecting to lay  charges .at a later data  Bob - Cunningham was "soon  "on the scene j wilh his ambul-  ��� ance apd -rushed the injured  -man tp St-"{Mary's-HospitaL-  ���Facilities were, unavailable- for  -necessary Jtreatraestyand:  it  was decided to rush him to St  Paul's.  TRUCK OVERTURNS  Snow was responsible for another accident near Halfmoon  Bay last Friday .night at about  10:30.jj.m^y^.i _-.  -     - .  The* Westvtew- Freight,truck  driven by" Martin Jepson/ slid  ofi thehtghway,and,overturned  down a decline. * ** y-���"^ ~ ���    -  Snaw was -so heavy at the  time that police on their'way  to toe;incident were forced to  abandon their patrol, car and  proceed by truck to the scene.  Busters of Vancouver were  on the scene the following morning and removed the freight.  The-driver received to more  than a slight shaking up.  Otticers elected  for Sechelt scouts  DISTRICT Council of the Boy  Scouts of Secbelt held a meeting Nov. 23 far the installation  of new officers, with a number  cf local residents volunteering  their services to further the  progress of this worthy t group.  Past   President   Ed   Settees  handed over the reigns of of-;  fice to newly elected President'  Brian. Harris;   vice presidents  Mr. E. Booth and Mr. A- August;   Secretary, Mr. J. Janie-',  wick; Treasure", MrsyMargar-.  et Burley.-Committee members*  Training " "Program,. -Mr.    B.;  Keeley; -Health,   Safety   and  Badge. Mr. C. Thorold; Public -  Relations and organization, Mr.  R. Clayton; Camping, Mr.W.:  Wright;     Finance,     Mr.     E.  B-poth;   Chaplain,^ Canon  Alan  D. Greene^    ," .   -  :_ Installation was*carried out)  by* Regknal Representative, r  Mr. Norm Barley."    --   **   - -',  Apart from digciUries and a  : group of honored guests within  the heated entrance hall from  I which  opening  speeches  were  '; conducted^ ;whaty^i��QMihave  = proved a -- momentous occasion  ', was little more .than a dismal  *- event for a large*namber.  :    Length of opening  remarks  '-. were   diplomatically - reified  J by the Hem. Era Martia who  : cut his.speech dowtt to a min-.  ! unum,    showing   consideration  , for the people who bravely saw  the   ceremony   through   under  extreme discomtortare-.  The Minister of Health Ser-  ' vices expressed hiscongratuia-  : tions to these^ who worked so  hard to bring the  projects  completion, and expressed tbe  opinion  it- was   a - major -advance in the growth of the Sunshine-Coast     : *  Real stars of tfae ceremony  were the: girls cf they visiting  Indian Mission Band, who clad  in-thin dresses performed under filthy weather'conditions.  A cumber of telegrams and  cables to; be read - cut were  quickly pot aside when outside  "visitors indicated their disap-  - provat It was therefsre decid  ed to display them later ��o the  notice bcardbTae_ Tiiie* mas  told later jthey fociade^ a cable  from '** Mp! tor Coast CapUa$af  Jack Davis, who expressed his  regrets fir being unahte .to attend the Opening as previously  ��� planned- J        '������..-     \   �����    -  Far- to4 beoefifc-ef t&cse who  have be^i led to believe the  pro^ct was by the divfne grice  of the provincial goterameat  The Times .takes pleasure tin  fainting m ��ili t__: cable fritn.  Mr. Davis: f    {  * ;     '  I-regrei"I:win-'be ftaaHefto  attcal t_e cfticial ofenfais I ot  St Mary's Hsspita!. Seclelt|at  2 p.m.r Susdty. N*ov.;29. SJap-  This is.indeed a dLsappoirtment.  Stop. I had bees Usjking toward to ��� celebrating the offea-  ing of this Cue new cosine, also  I would like to have spaksri a-  bout the extent to. which bar  pasi  *  Says board chairman . V  fl@liii�� sliop iicomplsfe  IisiII@ieII@1 sitiatioi  PROBLEMS brought* up at tterw^nt; ratepayers* an-  - tiual meetings, were discussed'thoroughly by members :q�� the SeiAelt District Board of School Trustees on  Monday, Nov. 23.  L   ���-  Split views ...   -t.  Choir man votes "No"  defeats park mdtion  SPECIAL, meeting of Council, of Sechelt, Nov. 28, for  .t, thef purpose of drawing uri a provisional budget was  highlighted with a diversity, of opinion 'when a suggestion "was made by Councillor Frank Parker that provision should be made .to purchase the proposed Porpoise Future meetings  Bay parkland, should the project be approved by plebiscite  Action on. the Madeira Park  School H drainage difficulty is  awaiting the oigineer's reporti  Extended pupil transportation  in the Halfmocn Bay. area is  also under investigation. .       ;  Request that a medical officer examine school children periodically, -was not considered  necessary as the public health  nurses make frequent visits td  school and report directly td  Dr. A. J. Cunningham, Direct^  or of the Coast Garibaldi  Health Unit 1  Rumour that the school  nurse no longer visits Egmont,  is hat correct. Planning for kin^  dergartea classes in the Pender Harbcur area" wiE be included in the next referendum.  Extra toiletN facilities for Roberts Creek School will be included in *next year's budget^  Mr; Porter, maintenance* supervisor far School District No.  46, stated that toe welding shop  in the new Industrial" Arts sec-  ticn of Elphinstone has no fire  -teail and so provision, for a hot  water sink. * When contacted,  Mr. JL L. Davies, the architect,  stated that these features were  oat included in the plans. "This  situation is insufferable,*** said  pas*   12  'Chairman Mrs. A._. Johnston  disagreed, explaining the referendum' had yet to go to the  people and-that .should it be  approved,' provision -could- be-  made later. __  . Councillor Parker, asserted  provision should be made at  this time, "We will look very  silly if the voters approve the  referendum, then we have to'  'tell them we have no provision  made to proceed,',' he said.  A   motion  by  the  councillor  that provision be made, seconded by Councillor Burnel Gor-_  don, reached a stalemate when  it is unnecessary at the time,**  she - said.   "Should  it - be   the  -wishes of the people that we  go  ahead  with the   purchase,  -weshaH all have to agree with  them. We may then make provision in the next budget*'  Councillor- Gordon then interposed with, "Let us cut out the  verbage, are you voting" tor or  against?"    '  Thc chairman then indicated  she was voting the motion.out,  to which Councillor Gordon expressed the view that; -it would  be' a simple matter to budget  for   the   expenditure   at   this  Yoting set January 16  for school referendum   y  IMPORTANT date in the near future will he {January 16,  when Sechelt District Board ofSchodi Trustees, will  request owner electors to vote on Referendums Nos.  Fourth candidatel  lor commissioner {  "ANOTHER ncminatioh for bae  cf "twj  seats xscakt  in jtae  comicf^ Secbelt    election-! of  village  ^commissioner,   is fas-:  . ebuccedlthis week.   ;        j  Papers? wcrt taken #ut by yoe  ' Benner Jof Banner tits, frtso  foBowinl Trepeated. rfquestsl by  a large! number cf refM^sSsi  finally" weakened asd agJeed  to stand. Joe has lited ialthe  district ter the past > tea- years  and has gained hifh .est|cm  1st his cumercus public spirited-activities. ��� _t  Presently president - of, |the  Lkms Club, he is aim a Ztierf- -  ber of the Baard cf Tradefwim  whom he has served six fears  as an. executive ntetnbeti LJie  was previously lar_A*ft*&~**_  Kiasnsa" and was a Chapter  President as with the JSuasfclae  Coast Iisss. .     :*:    I  A veteran with 3%ffr pme  service years, Ik w^ ��ritet_��  Rsyal Canadian Arni^. fl��a4 the  local Director to. the tdio  Board tor tour -years^ wd' prfth  the KiEsmen was riainasi of  the first Christmas ,tre^l|gh��l  tog coaimittee. chairma^ol the  street fighting committee-jard  chairman cf the ;arabulince  committee which -donated! aa  embulasce to the firetficnj.  Joe   has   fcr   mja^. ^ears -  sbewn a vital interest! in community affairs and has a grest -  deal to; offer the cfectoraie.-  V  Councillors   Daw%^and   Swain'   time.. "Should  the  referendum  voted against.  Deciding vote was then in  the hands of the chairman,  Mrs1. Johnston, who proceeded  to explain hcr-reasons for disapproving the motion.' "I feel  be defeated then we won't need  it and it will be~available for  other purposes," he concluded.  * Motion defeated by casting  vote of the chairman, the meeting was adjourned. -  5 and 6.  Referendum No: 5, for the  amount 5339,575 is for the construction and "equipment - cf  school buildings -and is shareable with the provincial government who wifl provide up to  half the total cost  Referendum No. 6 for the  amount $29,325 is not shareable  and is for the improvement of  existing schools, in particular,  school   grounds   and  drainage  problems^  Full details of ^ the referendums will be published well in  advance of January; IS. Members of the public wishing to  discuss referendum plans  should contact their school.trustee.  .- Members of the school board  -hope to arrange meetiegs^ito  both village councils at ^(jib-  sons and Sechelt to dXsssss  {dans for the referendums. -  J��e Benner ^^^^���si-Published Wednesdays by the  ASr.My.J~* Sechelt Peninsulo 'Times Ltd., at  "?     ** "   "     11 ' Sechelt, B.C .      .  N        Gross! Circiilahoo, 5830 copies i  *     <_bstIfieijAdveitisIns%ateS!   -  ^to^W^W^Brl^pS words) *_        ,  ~y One InsertionZJ~-. :.���:.r..r-85c  '   '      Three insertions _:���A^X.���1.70  --  Extra tites 15 weirds) , 15c  - -zi-^tc **.'-*?�� W��mb?rs�� J���=^_*2Sc extra  ,~-��sAy?*r*i��~ * i _J"t*' ---"it*Vvr ��� a. "   '"-a  yy "-.������.ffpotdl.before publlcotien, -  �� ��  j��orm No. 18  ^Section 82),   '.>  lASJDA-CT '-'  '. Notice ��f fnteation, jto Apply  .. *-   4o Lease ��*ml   .    ������  WATER SURVEY  SERVICES  Complete VYeter System Service  UC EMERSON  Sechelt 895-9510  "7* Insured ��tastins^  _-y  . Jn f��Und -Jlecording, District  of iVaiasmver ��nd situate ^p-  iTOshnatoay ioqo~feet JSguftu  Bast^^swoot^iathe^iS^HC^-1 -*   i^^tmmmatmiA-. H^'^xhx'~''^XimmS^*%P tX.  mjfi&SHS sum*  *?!K��no 5��I��^ BSS-9S69  ����*  Q&  ^ SSMS* PX��T?V d,^ r Refds: iiwns'-"Goncfens  -   poftnt-at3.Sc per AdBrief Is allow- '      * ;     -. .>  ��dl  |erni-Dfeptw. -Supef-Qfc>loy, jjQy BGLDtRSON  bfceset Notices:  ���>'!    *   - ^"'    -** "B85-9530br * �� ._*���     ��.*. ��^��       _j  -"    t7e pcrxoupMtoe (5 words! first Xvie&ie phone emiings imly    5^^ffilif&SR^  ' 4-InsertKoJ lie per count line sub-     ^* *   ���   -   V^��w����h - f^wer,^bcg%,^ag|ds 40 ��ft-  -^*>s*vv�����-tTilL..j.-rT���.-.��� .        , I.,   aTK-tfn,. p^y for|a:tease>of*the*��owtag  *���*'.. - described lands:   ���-  L st^ejRO^'-ft**^^^***^'  IjsiC^*wi^>ftJ#33386 ^herta , _  " IG&��*<>^a|tt*VSg5&j^flfi  0ee��^t^^����i^��ier.^ei^^s,^ s>��^*��*?3h_,��<  -REAL ESTATE  J :|Jsequent Insertions.  JBeadGaCTi Saturday 5 jun.  "In tne hvetit.oi a typographical  ,wror edvjert'Sing' goods or services  }Xfi a Wrong price,-goods or services  tncy -not be sold ond 'the1 difference  f-^hoisgep ^o the newspaper. Advertising lis imerely) an offer-to sell,  end may be withdrawn. ot ony  \ -    j        j time."  Advertising is accepted on the con-      dltion shot; m the event of typo- g>Tjar-raw  ��raphttal enbr, that pbrtioaof the' ^SrSi  cidvertitstng spade occupied by the "*"*  -erroneous Item, ^together with tcOs-  enabte allowance for signature, will ���   885-2240  >iot.be xharged for, but the balance  , ot the advertisement will be paid  , for at the applicable rate.  , A composition Charge is made for  V advertising accepted and put into  production, but' cancelled * before  ^publication. (Change from original  . copy when oroirf is submitted to  ' -tcustomer is also chargeable at on   " Ckjnnnewrmgat e post'ptozi|-~  ���   1   ,   , ,,.,.. L,.. ._ k , ^    ,. ,L       ^ ^ jfjgv, waterfront -and .'ap^  SE_.iV'. water&ont .home,. gooji, ,.p^dmatei_)raOBD^fe��* Soutiwa^-  beach, &. Secbelt. 5. Patrick,   ^ bEgmotSt #a*nfe - thence 4ue  885^467. , >        m&Sl   j^jtix iour -chains; thence <iue  -   �������� ���*    * '   -"''  "East Hmee ishaUs; thence due  ens ��Atf -      1 South four chains; thence due  rvn aAu 1  ,     w^t ^^ 4jhains ^jgi contain:-  range   -iWest&g- -^"8- -.-one <*��* .onfrhalf  acres,  house) with' glass door oven. * wor'B or-kss* fox the purpose of  Approx. 2 years ��k|;'*$����. Ph.    summericottage .site.  riBc^aTjoiryiH^i  J(JeavyEquiiraientiMovih|f  -^f JBcpog Towing   t ^    -  . ~a ^��mGGs\,~'z^  Phone 885-4425       ���  7783-53  ATTIjtACnVE single bed witii  mattress. As New. 885-9573.-  '  r'T-82-50  USED reconditionei  ,from'-$40y4tichte  Radio, Sechelt,,B.C  televisions  >*s -TV awi"  "    b7784-53  fiouriy rote fbr the additional work   NORGE Electric Range :$7935,*' --s'.-^.  ''*���     V. !?rt 1-       .    Used  ��asy   Washer   $35100,,   flS'^f^  -. Subscription Rotes:   \ Phaco  it. eu.-fL  Fridee-4rith-*~ iWPj&P-h  l JOSEPH   WILLIAM  .      -       'I    " BANCROFT  Dated s November ��th,,. 1964 -    -  9687-'Pub.'Ni>v. 25, 2, D, 16, '64  . 1    ' --    -.  Port Mellon sews  ���by.J. Moor*  ,*_absfrip  "ipc'per^copy,' SOc per/manth (by  -"~ - carrier); $5iu0 per year, m'  ^~-J\ */ jadme. , ~- - y  . Card of Thdnfcs, Engagements,  ���-c^peartis, Births, j|n Men)orJarn,Xtom  Philco u-cu.-iL ;Fridge^with  BAZAAR  SALE - -  *.     0 '*:��**��, ST* *=- Tbe WA^to Port Mellon~��om-  S *S WS'i_??fli2! ^ WSttuSm* held their Chris-  JSS PWtH^WnnrtSv ^a8 bazaar-and.bake sale'pn  <3omb.,Electnc ife^ood $89A��, ;Novtmber 25, from' 10-11:30.  UseMYood Heatef ^45: yFor   K?SlSi|S|>turnout to  -TTie Finest In  ���'bacwiRSb;,;  ;,  For All Occostions     *. ,  ELDRED'S ROWiR SHOP  ,- , ^Cowrio Stteitt��Socnftif  yr t   Phone 885-2062       "  b SIM ELi<?TRlC LTD. /^*]  Electrical Contractor*  STUCCOING-PLASTERING  GYPROCJOINT, FILLING  CEMENT WORK  ' y^,   (by    .r  y ^{Am^($m*m&jx^ r-:  , ���  " j^1" i; "     -v   . "l    '  "�����-  ': - :;\  CUNNINGHAM - *v yjy  /'��� w ^.^tiji^i^mv^ * ^"Y  A-calls.;fecial ^'totesi'^For' -OAIK-^  '*   v^^QuiiWfW personnel ^ r    ?'"=  , ~>~.*m*umimmMOi 5    b  FIREPLACES    v'"r<   ���  -"  ^b^fikNC^rEj-woiiirr/." >r  J      ROAD CONSTRUCTION  TRAVEL, FILL, SOIL  A;, SIMPKINS ��885-213^ %  Frank E. Decker  OPTOMETRIST  . Bat Block  ^Gibsons  \'"^.\  *<��&'���  bsfsjs^f  \��#iW*g  -^Every WJednescfay    lb  *   lrOf^��pipw^fi^BvXb><b  .-; ..����^1WJ?t'}Oi?y  : z .^;tiH6^m'r.vr^|i:^  SALES ond SERViCe -f.  Appliances - Electric Heat * bV^cil* your heating  < i *&���    ^n, t 1*      t     ">- ***      -C     * * *" , I *- ���*  Phone 885-2W2  n  PERSONAL  publtifation,    _       ^     jMnmeeiw aiaruwanj   fteeneifc.., -^4^,made plsnow castle OUt^Of  sugar ^ciAes*-airf' there -was  guessing, asyfoAow many cubes  ^�����W .membership fm^/^^\Kt^?^ S^&f&'&tS   ^requirement^ , contact  F.   J; *W21-     . 1     ���Z������  ;<rf 930 cubes, i   ~%.  RVyngaert, 8&-S340. Howe Sound EVfiRYTHING' for the' hunter/ ' The Port ^Mellon Guidecdm-  rarmers Institute. - ,8957-tfn Rlfl ammunition,, ease*, pany i*ad S^Vhai&icraft and  *  - T " -     elephant  .table..- The  ;.b jsiAtL^MEfAi:/:;  . General Sheet Metol r<  ,'' HEATING boOMESTIC "*.".  COMMERCIAL*. INDUSTRIAL  Phone 885-9606  K  eaws. Tillictem,' Plumbing, Box>  S16, ] Sechelt. Phone 885-2055.  9949-tfh  u��i>gr.- 1 .���. iff  ly^JMBlNG] rk��aire*andinstal.. ground, sheets, tabs   At m^v-^   .^ble- ." fh*  ' ^lations. Agent for ^tihliower    Nygren , Bales,' dibsblfe, s -__?g/-&aaes made Wny lovely novel  ;seta_riS S8fr9m:i-'A': -   TJ&t-Oa ��� tiesiUnite_f.tbs.guidance of Cap-   . , 1���! { . tain nsnd Mrs, Tffz Flockhart and  FAWCET3�� floot*!*iiSttaee^50.00. "tieuL Mrs-.B.- litUejohn.^  ^ Phone jPoweh* River 483-9515.       There doesn't  seem   toy be  v-'.   ---   , . %.,   j    * "9684-51    much news-arojand; these days  except that ey^rjron& is busy  with; Christmas preparations.  Little Barbara' Lucas celebrated her 7th birthday last Wednesday-with six of her school  friends.,    * ;:r_w   -  FOR RENT  MODERN djean; ?well, .heated,  goodf view*|T private -entrance  ��� jand   all ��� found   housekeeping  ybom.  Selmaj Park-' (Working  ���man).- Phone| 885-9535. ,*   -  -y^81-tfn  <f w-  BUILDING  FOR   LET'rEKHEADS,' ��^vesl-  opes, . statemenb,    invoices  and ��� all   commercial. printing,  contact tiie  Times .office  at  885-3654.  X ROOM  furnishe'd', Suite < on  beach at Selma Park: Phone-  'S85-2246.       tb ,  -*-      7751-tfa  - 1  MATERIALS  m -w*rrtjr��t4-  AT - SIMPKINS place, Davis  . Bay, 8854132. 2x4 $40 M.e *M  sheeting $65 M. Cement* $1.*?5..  sack. Cement.gravel;$l.50;yd.  Road fill 90c yard.lSrain rocfc  -$2io yard.y Soil;$1.50 yard.  Small bulldoier loader, $6 per,  ���our.        ,    A     ,%   -*7771tfia  tfn  t  ;    BETUAL*  BAPTIST CHURCH  SECHELTy  }b   SERVICES    "'*--'-  {Sunday School ��� 10 o.m. ���  tamreh*Serrlce ���- T1:T5 cm.  Prayer - Wednesday 7-sS (tpum*  .'J*\ PASTOR Z'i ?;;* ;r  . ������    --REV.A.'WILLIS^--    -  * -"1   ^     *-  . f  , Yoa are invited to attend  any or each service.'";  y  ,"1****    < 1;," ' ���' * ���   -  i,;A. :imse  from bake sale  --^  f-  Af<  2NW SUBDIVISIONS.  -     } , /  iBSfiNTWib*  Earls Cove Subdivision ��� adjacent to Earls Cove  ferry terminal on the Sunshine Coast ^Highway. *  -    iiso-lARGEWiOTS .:;  , Madeiraj Park Subdivisiot?, ~~overlooking" Pendery  ���Harbour|> and-Gul-f ,-^~.l|0-?& down ~-eosy tefj^ns''  '���" \ onbalan<jp. Discount for cash. -' L *���',*"''  FOR: SALE JSy OWNER '  ..'. *���  SUU3Ey-^^deiraJJpk# .B.C.,  f hone 083-2233^ phono North Voikoot^    '-h  _ Christmas |heme/.gave a* fes-  y tive atmosphere to,-the fall  - tea - and - bake ��ale, - held' ty  . Pender- HsStwtir; 'Auxiliary ** to  *- StyMary's a>spital at Garden  ' -Bay.<  Fancy    breads, ;  shortbread  * &a& n^yy<^��^*? goodies were  ."featured ,pn the bak6 ��� table:  ��� Gift itemsb beautifully - made  aprons end;, Christmas csrd&i  'were sold.' Aitbo^h-.'veiy few'  attended'-the* tgay the sum^of  . $83.00>vas reaUzed.     ' . . xXrr.  '" ifix.   Bill ' Course   won   the  .-Christmas cake-and Miss Klau-  senj -a nurse at the' Hospital,  __smn the -cop and saucer.  ���** The    Auxiliary    wishes' .tOs  1 ..thank all*those who cobtrihutecl*  to ,toe success of this, event." "���/ f ��� ��/.  * ' -In ��eptembert * the "Hospital! *'"  Board*?, was ? presented' with"^a"  Ttfteque- for $^S0 to furnish a*  one-bed .wanl^in the new hp$-'  ^tal.    .**^^ . ;r   ���  A hearty..welcome; is ^extencb.'  ^ ed to those interested in -the  'vettare^of the patients of, St*  .JMaiy'^JHospital* Id 'attend-the  - next "meeting;: 3rd "December at  2>.M. at tiie Club House,'Gar-  * ,den Bay., :.,^ ..,,"-    -    ..  A GUN BOAT SAY      f  i  * -j -     A'  - -   '*���*���  ;  '.* Froat^Ramp*-an��" * *  ^ b/A/.Appr<��ch\* * ;yb  Building, Confraotor  bi4one 883-2324   1  .��jit. -1     t^.,,. j>*  .,.��*  V H. B, GORDON **. ?  *    i^KENNSIT JLTO. 1 il��y:  *- ^-r   it 1 - "*.**   ���'   ''*'-;  '--��>.*  Real f* Estate -and; Jn^ronce,  -���*if'W��me��*" **"' "-"'  885-2013, 886-2191  :     SHERIDAN T.V.  ' f . 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THE TIMES  TREE FALLING  TOPPING OR REMOVING ���  4JOWER UAABS FOR^VIEW. _  tuure^wolk from^rt Melloa ~Jt ~*  .   to Pender H0tb?'*r   'y--:  z    Phone 886-9946  MARVEN VOLEN  T-yr,-j "������;���rr"-1���^*���  Stins^ffie Coast  -f^Bi^e/ Ghurcfi  J ^Undenominational)  -v-       ; -      *  .Sunday-,School' \QZit.m.\  .'-  Church**6erviceb  * Jl; 15 a.rn,.v��.f  Sdtraa Fark ComtnanHf Halt  The      I  ;   ���  b-   Anglican Church  Ot CANADA  "a Rector Rev. Jsanes B. 'dPergbsso6,*.A., L.th,  . - . ,- - . .-Phone S85-ft7��3  Sunday/December 6, 1964  CHMRCH OF' HIS ERH^E ��� REDROOFFS  ^T. HILD%bgseCHELT  Evening Prayer*^^7:30 p.m.  ' '   *        .    **v -"ii? >**ts   "f ;��.������--'j;;.-!  .  '. ;ST. MARY'S^ l^EliDER'HARBOR  -' Evening- Prayer-r^-CHrprflT  ��W"-   Vpf��*W  ji^rftf*^. * -**#***���  :   t  *���?  f  "*SsC*i  -* I Squaririgly Yours    y   y  ���by Maurice tfe'mstreer  HI! HOl-and away we^o^walk ri^it along bo "the heel  and toe, bringf yottr girl/'coriie. ri^il'along^and join  lis- in a lot of fun! - -   - ~-   ���** '-**-���- -   Opening "my square-dance-  scrap book' immediately^ L~bave  ventured onto a _ date -that'" I  shall never forget.:; - : y ^  Feb. 21, 1853���was the first  night of calling at the Welcome  Beach Communify-'Habr A'feal-  ��� ly wonderful-group-.of.rpeople,-  to have built ..withetheir own  hands, a real.jiice. .hall, for  their own use and other's too;  I met - a lot" of fine people ^at  their ball' and when ��� you hear  . somegne say, Oh! I'm too_old  for this and that and going out  and so on, well let me teU_you,  the oldest couple on the floor  I think were in their-80s. young   that" is.-aiKl they, could, squa're   jl^tes*  dance with the test'**Yes* once  again, -1" would " like"Hfo 'Thank*  those wonderful  people Uit: did  "Welcome-Deach communityQfqr  the enjoyable evenings;*' I .Jhad  ", white_csffling square dancerf' for  th^u.:-^ i   :   . -<XJ~ .-.  .   Feb. ..28,  1959���Powell, River  Hoeddwners joined the Sechelt  Promenaders at the school'hall  in Sechelt..,- Callers .were Gary  , Monk,   VafL... Bud ,-Diatchford,  Sechelt; Bsb Gela* from Powell River. I-also did my first  .*guest call bit, and;boy, did T  , goof it up,,: The -record- I did  ', was a singing'call, called Just  Because and I forgot the tag  line,   thebiancers"-were   very  good thouglv they went faster  and faster and never compiain-  Jed at all. I. knew-something was  "' wrong,  but  didn't  know  what  until" my   calls   were   finished  and I still had music: left. X)hl  ��� well, that's the way it goe��  some days, it just don't pay to  get up, except the 'bed has to  be made anyway-   . ._ - - j  {  March, 28, .1959���Square dan-  ced~~at~the Hopkins HaliyBud  BlatchRrd" calling.' This was my  first^ journey to Hopkins, ^ajid  must say I enjoyed the dance  then and still doVfCan't figure'  out  wh3����Jhey   "lock  the-"door - dance. Good night all.  when they see me coming! Oh"  when they, are truly*interested.  . On we*go to the, next of the  Ten Commandments'for square  dancers.  Nu'mbec^^TbQu    shalt    go  "abroad Jand "dance  with * other  callers-Jib-that-thy' opinions ex-  - pressed as to, the merit of this  one and that one are based on  fact.        '-. _  Numb^^Thou shalt not let  the stranger, to-.thy .midst sit  on the sidelines- and cool his  heels, nor#aiI to speak to him.  Numberlj&���Thou shalt bathe  diligently yiat the sweet aroma  of soap and shaving lotion may  assail tfie'lhostrils of thy asso-  -        -     _.v���._.     ..    ���     -  Cal and-Irene-Tingley, with  their -_-pioyie ^-camfrp.. .^adjusted, toofe'^, another roll of "film  which I'Save''j|xist,-seen'aifiI the  fUnx turned .out dandy, but now  I have another;problem, while  our., projectionist,.;Dick Dooley  was operating the projector, he  reversed the machine and we  watched "the dancers" moving  backwards, this is fun itself, but  my problem Js,'do. Idance better going backwards or forwards? See what'I mean! Well.  I -have said it. before, and I sax  it "again, Square Tidneirig'is just  loads of "ton-whichever way  you manage .to ^get .through a  dance, even if you should end  up with, a new partner, just remember -that -old-'saying,- a  change .for,a dollar bill is. three  quarters,; two dimes and anick-  le' -  Well one and three do sa do  all the way around to an ocean  wave and rock it, swing  through again." cross trail to  youiycorner, -thank her, thank  your partner , and, "everyone  else. Ohf- yes," how about the  caller too,* I * think he helped  make a wonderful night. Don't  you?    See you all at the next square  well, next time.I :go to Hop-��� Mill-manager: "Vou and the  kins I shall tippy toe.  Last week, a set of "dancers  squared   up   in   my  basement  for a funr filled eveiyng. with   .that, sir?  president of this company have  one thing in common."  ,   Lazy   office    boy:    -'What's  Mr. and Sirs. Austin from Van-'  -couver joining us,, yes a real  square dancer will find a dance  Manager: "You've both gone  as tor as you can-go in the  company."   Z  :-  MWWWWM^MMVWWWWMMWWWWMAMMMMMWWMM��MMMm��m<MMM��  A  il  MHMMMMMMMMM^  C-filIioSr<  'r " *       ���**. . - _  The Economy  ^    4Tire  For Thrifty  iBfjyers  This few-pneed tuo  features - exclusive ���, -  Firestone Kubber-X'.  fa* added mileage.  '6JO-IS Black  TobeType  ~OBd*Vecop{wbie tires  Al! Tires IWounte4 HSE 5es Us NOW  i        -^  ^FIRESTONE C & T  TIRE CENTRE  GIBSONS  SERVICE  ^ PH08E S3e-2572  'imi0W0V0^0<00wmimmim0<i^^imiuutim0>tm00mmm0>i>i>a0mim0wi*0.  MORE  ABOUT ...  Hospital^opening  from page 1���  three levels~of government have  been co-operating in toe election-of nsw~"projects, of this  kind. Stop. As you know, health  .(and welfare is primarily a  matter for the province and  municipalities. * Stop. However  the Federal Government since  1957 has also mad* financial*  contribution to the creation of  new hospital, facilities. Stop. In  . the case of SC Mary's Hospital, the federal government in  Ottawa has put up $113,993.  Stop.    Further   funds - will   of  The Sechelt Peninsulo Times, AYccL, Dec. 2, 1964 Page 3  course ,be -forthcoming "as and  v       *"ta  when additional beds and. ether* facilities are_ required.  Stop. Will you please thanlr  the board cf trustees of St.  Mary's Hcspii&l tor the cordial  Invitation.. Stop. Please tell  them I plan to visit Sechelt  at the earliest opportunity  when I can make a point of  going through the - hospital ar  that time. Stop. Please: also  convey my warmest? ipneetings  to all those" en theXSunshine  Coast who worked so hard to  bring the new.hospital into be-,  ing.  Stop.  The  peoife of the  area "are indeed tortutatf to  be served �� efficiently Jin 5 this  way. -^fack Davis, MFJ Ceast-  CapQaeo. ' 1    -   '      -" 1 - *-? -  ���: X   ' " i-  j .  ECBELT  ERVICES  PORPOISE BAY  (Sechelt)   B.C.  * _ * | - -        *"  Air Chaftes* & Aircraft Maintenance  Ilishing  Hunting  _- "-*   It  Freight  i*  Air Taxi  Contract Flying \  Sightseeing Tours  Timber Cruising  Air Ambulance  PHONE SECHELT SSf-fSTO AND BOOK FLIGHT  M  m  0- * 0  ���4 .'** \***  ���sX  *y/  /�����������%  y?  w:  *?���.      aP  xk  WHY should you do your CHRISTMAS  by-     shohping a, RICHTER'S ��� j\    ���  ir Established for 12 years.  "*& No High Pressure - Relaxed Atmosphere  ic Most items lower than~city prices  ���ir We service'what we sell \  ir Largest selection on the peninsula in: Furniture ���  Appliances - TV's - Stereos - Radios - Records -  Record Players"��� Lamps ��� Clocks.  m  Dealer for: G.E. - Fleetwood -: Tynan *M  Speedqtieen ��� Westinghouse ��� Etc j i4  l  '** ' rj����   "*  *��j��* z  ���-��  a'  Radio  Phons SS5-9777   j   M A  r'  ff~  EecheuPenimsulaT^^5*  I   !             I              i   .                     ,   i���n m mv what I believe to be right."���'John Atkins  "/ may be wrony, but I shall not be so wrong as to fad to sa> wm     om ��� .     ,       Wednesday, December 2,1964 "'" r  When The- Ha* Fite  Critite  :  (Revelstokc Review)  Nostalgia   '  ���by Vce Lobb  ' Come. let us embark for a placjo.  ���far away;  To the fabulous land of ouij.  THE Iteview*; like many other     birth. J '  newspapers \rtuch covers po-Wc'JI slowly glide in to safe  lice   court   proceedings,, finds   ,Tablc"Bay  Itself' in! hot water almost cy- And thc fairest of Capes on m  ery week because many people     e3rth. . t  '  1W*L**��&? ��"**'*������:'����*���**.  v    - , the land s ai rest,  ���     .  A  RATEPA\(^RS of ,Gambier  Island,  disgusted  with various down to earth type subjects discussed on Tt Vancouver open line radio program,  k  ft  nobody's  i own.* i '" I       , i . .. ..      .   . .  His forthright condemnation of pur so called    Wc.i hate Wed to point out ^^u****" ���* p,a*n  Justice antiquated laws on drug-addiction, pros-Flint rwe .have nothing whatso-    ��������y*����� b ������.���;,. ,.   r   . SSi?\^TaThrofession and numerous social ever to <lo with ,a person ap- Wil sec Tabic Mountain. It  cussed on J Vancouver open line radio program,   ^h^Jffiffl^SSrl��3c toy many who peariW ia court. He is there     flat-topped �����i  have reque^d the school board register a com-  evils, has brougm nun unoer diww^ ,    ^ 3   ,     ^ ^        ^.^ wc simp]y ^^ jn nilblai5te|Il ^  'plaint with ihe Broadcasting Board of Governors,    found me nat iiueu. , .*      report sobething he has chosen     .���,n,i  I   Basis 61 thc copiplaint being that some of . Bigots,; righteous fanatics and various lime (0 bririg jabout himself,  these subjects are unfit for the ears of the young- groUps, and not always little groups, have usea Thc R(u. Deej, Advacatc has  sters~ and td some extent there is justification for every fiithy' trick jn the book to di&pose ot ntm cViUcntiy had experiences sim-  the apprehension of the group. Whether the as_a_ broadcaster^So far unsucc^fplly and ilar to j,u��� which no doUbt  sordid details! ofrape, drug addiction and prostitu-   whether he is righ^^��Ong1JoLi��>se who find vvompi^ the following editor  round.  Aht When thc ship docks, fa^t  ' will our hearts beat,  And our eyes dim with ion|g  suppressed tears.'  We'll be currier ashore by ou|r  rpression incwunu i�� a ucu ui IUj.. ....... -...,,.  ;thing tainted',, is not discussed, or should they, be  allowed to develop* into maturity well aware of the  pitfalls around them? j  The school boa rd agreed to register a complaint with the board of directors but quit|; rightly  will not specify any one broadcast orradio station,  although it| appears the ratepayers of Gambier  had one particular program its' mind. '  This is a hot lit\c show operated by one man  following of supporters  program.  s are certainly two trends or tnougm. ^ .      There are  many things wrong with  oui: we inaj j puoucny i& a sreaiw �����- ���, After fifty long]  ,     Should they be brought'up under the im- .      .      wWch througI( pub^ opinion; eventually deterrent   against   wrongdoing  Session.thej.world is a bed of rosesjvhere an�� ��� get pi right, is is usually only through the efforts ^��  of a spokesman that such wrongs are brought to a�� c���n"ra ��� *f aeamsi .me     (hc SwartJand ,hr0UBh(r  light, which is precisely what this broacaster js    ^me 1^^  can  tako  ^ Great rich grancry, known ra|c  doing. _ punishment for being found out n ���d wilfc'~ ,  No man living could venture an opinion h, their'stride,. ,but they wince Quaint missions and hoomc-  | without upsetting some individual and most people at the thought their crime will    Mead*J ***** friendly viewj  are big enough to realize this and judge a man be revealed through a newspa- Fining villages, prosperous,  for what he represents as a whole. , '. per to | their  employer,   their     l��sidc. - ,    ' -   .  . _ ���' This man without question jrepresents the k���^  j30*-*   ^nds   or1 their 0n fhc banks- of the oiifants  whodespite hirso3um"raJ|arvie^ b tated;,fttfe man, the.man on the street, ^b^P0n^    ^e is no longer any shame 1"River. ^"^     th    '  a clever person, comlnaflding probably the largest    represent a minute sectton of the PPPJ^e. That attached ^  ta a llirough a land, where the  rujrs ever known for a one man   a group should take steps to dispose of him, is ra 1^^; court to ��ace; an ac.    citrus mans dreani  itself a move subject to some .conjecture.    ., counting vdth the law, though 0f **��*hh-laden branches, is  --     -     ���     ��� - the publication i of the offence*  'concrete, alive,    <  and the punishment attached to And King Orang^ reigns, prou  a judgment prove far more up-   ', all-supreme  it  Uititetl We Standi V�� Succeed _��� _.    .  I ., ~,y*   *.     s     ����*.���� ^IttaHv takes hold s5Uing ito  t*")S**bwh? ,b^lieve Then, a vast wilderness, ridden  THERE is little doibt we now have a hospital atfcompTished when ^m*��^f,3j^Stf ig that their guilt should be con-     b  ^ -  THERE is little aqVoi we j reWsible members of the public unite to ceaIed �����,���, ^ society fbey   J      8" \���minolv M, ,k  cealed from the  society  have wronged.  Parched, and seemingly left tj>  it's doom'  benefit to fheir villages, town and cities. The  larger the district, usually the larger the project.  In most cases their Enthusiasm is given the treat*  ment and th<i project seldom leaves the deck. ;  - This of I course lis life, always those k*:^  those,agains_, whether the idea is good Or. bad.  Sufficientt^P^^fJ^f^^^d^   d��"coiBitferaUon at felma^Park'Jhese are an J^Ta^S ^uld'^t ^w~�� To charmdi Knysna's lagooik,  Sl^l^^^^ lotus .and,. ^  a powerful ��roup of cautious, stick-aa-the-muds  and progress remains stagnant/ ,     -.j.    '-'  <    To the ^ood fortune of the Sunshine Coast,,  such an idea|wa* boniymirtured aaid acrcoroplish-  ed. the course was by no means easy; but tenacity  *<,     We have groups here at(this time attempU'ng media .^e allowed to publish fiesit the East Road ^ vc<t  -. to-bring outproposafe whkh would add greatly to names pf: juvemles who corn-.    wo-catocA 'gardep routed  SeSthaS prosperity of the area Gibsons has ����J��JE�� ��^ccs f1   ^ It's .esearpmeni, fanta'ticany '  valuable waterfront p^c, a sS^**��H?��S^n ** Pnwsal said that because     Bowcb, g^iru; fruit, I-  der coiBitferaUon at &^>*Q~l^n���: ��" these names could not now be To charmed 1  good projects and could do.nothmg but gooa ior ^^ jJM|U|c an attitade j^     io!us land.  the area, it requires no more *^'?^w*���?.gH>wft tip among juveniles that v^'ii ��o up the cast coast, anli  *��� and (he support of those interested m tlu. pros- tfaey ^^ j^^ ^ touched or   , Zo)u}and^ce;  perity of their districts to bring the plans to ful- even questioned by. police. Del- ^^ National Park alsoy  *r..n^^��* .   ���*- ;"" . ecatesrheard a report on lecis-      tJ *.. i.  f ullment.  u y,. ~<i-  of Christmas Seals te lUW M^^^fJSR!f^S^  their thousands, roam tree\  Man protected���yet savage,  been wit.:     ' ' ~: wntamed. ���   _  Publication   of   magistrate's Paradoxically, traveling soutlje,  court Hews in a newspaper is    well go *"   '  not  pari  of the. punishment, By the Great North Rtoad,  thou^tJto many cSses it Is now    tfiough the Vaal.   -  regarded as; such; A netnpap^ p^ mcr the Wealthy central  inn�� not it.*        *��. *  THE SALE of Christmas ��cais n���� ow��'6w'��5. w��wu���� ����� y *~*T tuXX?*** Ar��rated in Van- ���Ezraea ay eucn. a newspap-  nn to Wanv vears and white it ,is a weti* ,. In the 12 weefe* Gte cfimc operated ��-van - fa ..^^ ciaiytag ^ ^  kn^fafftSKfrXthe safe goes to tfes eonrn, 220,000 p^pfe wt*e tested; 36,|32 .rftJ^ J fc��J ^ JJ^ ^^  known tacrinai mum.yv��wu *uw,        & ^.xr-t*^*** * ����ftittv�� reaction- because, they haye mp/��., ii ��,. -���* ����!,,,,�� n <��#!<��.  known factthat money from the sale goes io ins   convB��r **v��vw  rwr��   ,.��.,      TB Society, Httle is actoaHy kno\vn by the general L'showed a, positive reaction' because- they have S.,^ t^JLu!^jy��uc ��u?r"  public ab^t^ the way the money is spent in firemen infected by tho tabercnlosis, gefm;^ 128 ^^t S^S^art fn^a^  battfeaga.msttfris dreaded disease.     . *     ���        -   active cases of the discaw were, ^pptted; and iHg^piiocess  -    .Throughout th�� past few years greater pnblici 3^69^ weire found to have lung damage and will .        |   >~ '  acceptance of the annual X-ray program imbheiff^hjegoire tegatet health department.folloW-up X-  jedby the society has'been noticed. This is mamfy, rays in the* future. *  -  ^SSiSSW^^ '^SVf^these figores, -other interest-  iSpr��aKSIc.Tubercu��-^^ ing aspect of the testing has ��n��l This is  sS IS Cost U this program is $50O-$6(H* being closely ch^-and^udied by the semor,  &eai ^c^y^^Zjr*.:::��* ����.�� ,��., ���������;���� t�� health officer for. the city and by the. UBC School  plateau,  Where City rubs shoulders widjl  Kraal..  We'll cross the Karroo, observ  ; it'* weird sigMts. j -  |  Then for two thousand feet,  dropping down '  On to thc terrace, through  towCTing heights.  The Great Road will relurn tip. -  ^^S^jff && ^"^^ Z&^iT^&S American' iournalist,   ^B^^l^k'^  couver this summer1 showed the tremen&Ous vaitw   i^^,f Sil^iwdth JfaSkwhSh are ��* ^we, reporte that Soviet at     ahdfarms;.,    " "'  to the society* to the persons taking th* tests and-  *<��������.��e�� a* mm* ^tter d,aSnDS,s wmcn are-titude9 on the,surface at leaaft Mixed races, mixed creeds; the  to medical itaffs throughout the country via the,; beingcnecicea.    .       ,        _ . , rhave*mellowed..On sn_all mat^    Ncw am, ,he ow i  y      -        : -T ]. ��� tera, he says, members of the We,n fe ^a-dted  '   ' (Sraeie, ISarpo, Eddie -      '; sa-j��.,*?2? S�� 'JX ^��� "  Mi'*.  M\��L'       r.  Keeps;  (Abbotsford News)  -. - "J    -    A       y       ...        ���'.'.��.>��� bt,���.��� ������ ��i���, about it when they do. J . '  WHENtheIateHarpoMarxplayedtheftarp,it   lovable woman t^m^e^ .     *t -  was thk closeness of-the subline and tte   trowel, er, towel; a banjO-cyed comedian Whose    He $        however, |hat th^ 6_SteI*bn��SUlA^��4*?  t      was utt cl<��encss ot tne suonme ana uie   iwwci, &��, w��w., �� ~r*vr tj--���:=z .   ^..At.     ���� .��. .   .  ridiim tha?made the tmspeakhiff clown the   daughterrbeionged to as aH-these left us laugh-^^ sovie^^ negotiate (to win,  artist. In'th'at way only f^LSS^^^ h 'm'&j ^than the legacy ^^3^  more obv^s than his fellow-entertainers, ^rX^J^^;^^ sterner-virtues7 are Proposal   not   introduced   by  liberated by the laughter of unself-righteousness. ���^g  ^^ ^^  late Grade J\llen and the late Eddie Cantor.  Their various approaches to thelart of being  funny, obsdrved the editor "of The Christian  Science Monitor, helped as keep a measuring  stickj not ot^ly for (he sublime but for oar~owi*j  .little pretension^   ,        ' .-���?-.  ��� As "sick" humor makes its comment on a  changed Iwirld^ the memory of their healthy    that the ultimate aim q��f Soviet  THE WORL0 Of CHILDREN is indeed won- communism   continues. to   bo  . derfuf. At times, it catt be downright funny, world domination, by jbeacefid  Take nm&-year-old Carol Slavsky pf-San Fran- ! '���*  -....-.-,     v     ���--.. d-m tr.,'4.J_ e���fu~* xj���*~.*.~.  once, jnore In:  - Published Wednesdays  "< Cr<��t.Sechelt*ti��  , on JB.C.'s Sunshine Cpast- p  Sccbeil ^enins'ula TimS Ltd.  - Box 381 - Secbelt, B.C.  ��� Serving the area from ���  'Port Mellon toE&nont  (Howi Sotirtd-to Jervi%7nlet)  A rowdy mime who did not need words; a. wrote in big bold letters: "Piggy.  Take nme-year-oia caroi aiavwty vi-aan nan- -���������-j * ^naveta* a. Wheeler Editor,  'Cisco/who was given $10 by-^father Herman.    The btg f^*"*���* &^A%��tA^  Hd advise^Lher^^It the.mon^m the b^k g-j-  Ga-jJJJ^J-       Subscri^a4totes:  and open her first account. Little Carol was fil- quantttics ^ ia>.ooo iiiaividuai       ,.; .fin advance*!.. ...  , J'.Year. S5 -1 Years. ��/tt  a,. ?^3*Years*^13-���'"  U.S. and KdreTgn*$5.50  chariged iwOrld; the memory or uieir neaimy and open her fim accoimt. wme.Carol was w- "a"^e5--^   zr~ ^^y~i  irreOressibil ty speaks to the future as well asi the |tag ^ a bank ^ppUcation when she came to the paS  The wSmw $2K  pasW | j , "    . ., line asking the-ndme bf her former bank. Carol nine other Wts, varebous^  I a rrtu/Hv mitrif whn did not need words: a wrote in bic bold letters* "Piggy." across Canada. ^Z^ ��� i  r^  -+����� *r^^^^aue^^^^���Ai-^���1^xS^'-'n^^'  ^IVVtfWwv��WfcVWw5wV^*WV���^VVV,^^  *^^?j3^aa^pw��r��=^g��gMWM��w^^ ^7\  In Your Garden  *s  -^���*-By The Old Rake  WHILE we so often-have trouble with house plants owing to the-dryness of our_ homes, there is one group  of plants that are made to order for such conditions.  These are succulents, and although they often bear some  resemblance to castus, they are an entirely different  group.  = *-  Canadian fabric Tke $echd*peiaatafa *������. twed., oec. % \9u pc$es \  encourages US  ,j One main difference is that  'Cacti bear their spines in clusters in definite uniform patterns on the stems rather than  in the single hit or miss manner of some succulents. This  group of plants, besides being  tolerant of adverse conditions  also comes in a great-variety,  of forms and often bear flowers that' border on the exotic.  ' Once you become bitten by. the  succulent bug, beware, ir can  . easily   become   a   mania   and  4��n your life will be control-  *4ed by them. ,  ' They are mostly constructed  - of thick fleshy leaves and stems  which allow them to get along  witityJht-water for some time.  Conversely, they wiU not tolerate a wet, soggy condition for  too long. The first thing to re- =  member is to provide adequate  drainage for them. Equal parts  of garden loam, sand and leaf  mould is a good mixture to"  grow them in. Extra sand'is  added when growing Cacti. A  , sunny window is the ideal place _���  for them, as many of them  have" color variations the sun.  will intensify the colors. Watering should be done with care to  get the best results.. During  winter when they are not in ac-"  ��� live 'growth a weekly watering  should bc sufficient. When the  plants' are. growing rapidly or  flowering .they will use more  water and should not be ol- ,  lowed to dry out for too long.  It is better not to water if the  sky is"'overcast,, jf in'doubt,  i leave them, as they are plants  . than can be left for a few days  without, coming to..any harm.  Propagation of "succulents" is  easy, if you wish to increase  your supply or if your plants -  get too big/cuttings of mature  shoots - usually   root   with, no -  trouble_at   all.   Use   a   sharp  knife and.leave the cuttings till  they stop weeping before set- .  ting them in the cutting ' bed.' -  The   best'1 medium   to  use' is .  coarse sand, kept damp, water ���  just - enough to  keep  the  cut-   ,  ed cuttings should be potted up -~  in small-pots, do not over pot.  Mealy bugs are about the only  pests to bother'succulents and- .  lltMIMMWyWWIWWWIWVWMMWIMMWW  ���  tor business  .   LUMBER       r  2x4 Shiplops etc  ','-"-���-'  LUMBER SPECIALTIES  Long lengths, ready eat studs.'  ---.     "*        -A      ��  DECKING - PANELLING.  SIDING  ��� '  .    PLANK5 - SQUARES  TIMBERS    -"  ���    - ���  POSTS-BEAMS  CONTEMPORARY  CEMENT-GRAVEL  FIU  ..��*'.:  QULLDOZING  SITES PREPARATIONS  ROAD BUILDING ..  f��iA��a*FACTtI@iS3<l  IEoct Porpoise Bay Jtoe4  ^ghene 885-2080 - Sox 101  Y    *    . SECHELT, ��.C  '  are easily. picked "off with- cot-'  ton wool on the end of a toothpick.   -  Some of the commonest kinds  of succulents include Ecfaera-  rias, Crassulas, Mexican hat  plant and colorful ice plant  (Mesembyenthemum) to mention a tew. There are enough  different kinds.to please practically every taste.  ,_A far Eastern diplomat was  once taken to a . particularly  hard-fought -Harvard-Yale football game. He was not overly  impressed. In fact, his comment became famous around  Harvard Yard: "Football? If  it's a fight, it is not enough;  if it is a game, it is too much."  THE resounding success cf a  . shirting fabric in Canada'for  tbe past eight years is now being echoed 4n the United States.  Which is a nice reversal of tbe  usual marketing procedures in  the two countries.  ��� -Terylene"- tricot men's '  shirts, in white or with a fine  stripe of colored nylon, have  been, the number one "no iron"  shirt on the. Canadian market  since they were introduced is  lS56.J~~he fabric is-distinctively Canadian development aad  the first one oa the continent to  be granted an wqvialitied "so  ironing** approval by the United States Testing Company.  ��� Nevertheless, in spite cf this  knitted fabric's instant acceptance on the Canadian men's  wear market, there was. no demand for it in 1256 in-the US  where woven fabrics were traditional in men's shirtings.  In  1959,  however.   Arrow in  the US, encouraged by the tri  umph scored by.~(hetr Canadian  company with "Teayteoe" tricot, launched - a similar knitted ctoth called "Dectolene."*  Success was immediate, and a  new fabric trssd was muter-  way.  Today it is forecast that the  production of tricot shirting fa--  bries in tfce.US ia I96S k *xZ\  pected to be around Si tgiilioaj  yards, at least double that off  1363. Tfce rage is prompted jbyl  the fabric's - wash and , w��srl  characteristics and by th* geay  eral interest in knit*. ; Like!  Canadians, Americans latew- a!  good thing when they see 'tt*   I  gwwwwww^^  Typewriter Repairs ;l  Year typewriter cleaned, efted, cdjtttfed, and new  ribbon, installed for oafy $6.95 when yes bring & ;  fo The Times. (Mechanical repairs or parts ore extm  ���yoa viil be e4vh*4 of oaf extra cost before amy ,  work ts done unless we; ere insAwsted to contrary.J *  Adding Machine Service at tame rdtet aad conditions.        _ , .  THE TIMES   SECHELT - PHONE 835-96S4  3__-ga__'__Wa&yU&^^  ��� A  **  ii  '4\  in  We owed them a lot in 1964  ' $4,340^34348 to be enpIipt-This figuf^ represents the cash deposits of well over three million  Canadians at the Bank of ftrtoatreal-at the Octo-.  her 31 st year-end. And we're the first-to point out  that the nation is-in debt to these customers.���  * because most cf our depositors' -dollars went  straight ttwork onprojects vftd to Canada's progress, and to the weft-being bf her individual citizens. Jhey.re working dollars, employed to the  national advantage. In fact at the Bank's year  end, $2,728,862,030 was -on loan to- individuals,  to companies and to communities across the  nation. Another $874,466,266 was invested in  hi^i-grade government bonds and public securities which have a ready market, aad $268,181,190  m other securities���mainly rfiort-terra-crecfitss to  industry. Yes, we owed a lot to dur more than  three million customers in 1964. -  Bane: of ^IonIiieai,  ^  ASSETS $4,665,056,569 a,  Page 6 The Sechelt Peninsulo Times, Wed., Dec. 2, 1964  Annual event . .  VolSevIifflll tonmsiMesi  x    ka     df     -, -��   j   %  ����� *-���!*' _   *->��� ������>*'>  I**  ESpMnstone's tfoM win  ELPHINSTONE hosted Max Cameron, Brooks and Pender Harbour for the annual Sunshine-Coast Volley-  hall Tournament, held November 14.  '  First game saw , Elphinstone  girls play Pender, with Elphie*-  winning  fouglit  Pender  MRS: LEE |Redman; president of the Sechelt Hospital-  .   Auxiliary.', displays the fine Indian sweater knit by  Mary Martina Joe; candle.centre piece, donated by Mrs.  Nj F: Mackjin and doll's outfit made by Mrs. R. Reid.  Proceeds will go tb the new hospital.  ���By Ed Green  AT THE tinlie this was written the Mobile Testing Unit  of the Motor Vehicle Testing Dept. Ipassed through  here on its way to Powell River and by the time ^this  appeari it "will probably 'have set up shop in Sechelt  where all cars and trucks on the Peninsula will be required jto appear for- tests:���*  Most of us are familiar with  the tests having passed through -  the testing station in Vancouver but I there are many who  .haven't and they will be woii-  deringj what it is all about.  - There Jis little mystery to it.  If youi are registered owner of  a motor] vehicle, and by this  they mean practically anything  that roUs on the highway, you  will probably receive a notice  telling you to appear at the  testing j station,    wherever    it  over to Vancouver where we  never failed j to get a warning  sticker to have this car tested  jor stay out df Vancouver. xVftef  Istudiously ignoring these warn-,  lings,'we"recived a rather brisk  letter to the effect that the next  time we profaned Vancouver's  sacred streets with this untested bucket of bolts we would be  brought before- the magistrate.  Since we didn't care, to bandy  words with men in high places  we decided \ to appear at - the  , to do thatf day after, day was  nothing short of���a, miracle.  That this somewhat risky  condation prevails in other parts  of ihe -province is evidenced  by |the,facf that over 70 per  cent of the cars- just tested at  Cloyerdale failed to pass. True,  the'faults were minor in mdst  cases but the fact remains  that the percentage is too high  for! comfort.  If the tests are carried out  here, what will be our percentage? The local police^think they  will not be too bad." They say  that when the occasion warrants it they unofficially inspect  ' many cars and advise the owners to have*".them put. right.  This, they explain, is not done  to ; show their authority and  should not, as it often is, be resented by the motorist. It is  done solely in the interests of  safety, and should be accepted  as such.  ' Unlike the Vancouver testing station there is no fee for  the. tests. For this astonishing  reason alone we should. avail  ourselves of it.*i > ��� '"".   r ���"��� J~  - Max Cameron ' .then  a gallant battle with  resulting in Max winning1 two out of three games.  Elphinstone and Brooks girls  played the next set with El-  -phic'.s strong team again vanning.  Most exciting game of the  tournanient was between Max  and Elphie, girls, during which  no one could predict the result  until the final moments. "Game  service,' was called with both  ��� teams - raring to go; it took  a couple of-seconds for Elphinstone 'Grls to realize they had  won the tournament This, is  their third consecutive win.  The remaining teams still  had to compete for second and  third ^ /toners. Pender and  Brocks" played three games  with Brooks proving the stronger team. "Max Cameron., and  Brooks} who . had been cheering for each other during the  games iwy- found themselves  opponent��.'. Max proved superiority by ^winning-the'first two,  games!  Two senior boys* teams played three out of five games with  Elphinstone   Cougars   defeating    junior  cwrai   nmuvu, uisaw- .-  Brooks in the first 3 games.-  zation., announced-J. A.JMoyer,,  Final  results:   Senior girls���   Crief Warden of B.C.       *'       5.  Elphinstone,    Max   Cameron,  Brooks ajnd Pender.  -   Senior boys���Elphinstone "a'nd  Brooks.  Special thanks to Mr. Yob-  lonski and Mrs. Richardson William is a member of the  for planning- the tournament' Lone Patrol. system, studying  also to tlte girls.for preparing . by correspondence, and.-con*  and serving the luncheon. ducting field trips on his own.  Willem. Vanderwoerd  '    | /       -   *    ,      -   -  Gibsons boy  wins award  JUNIOR Forest Warden Wil-  .' liam, Vanderwoerd, Gibsons,  , has^ been awardedX the, Gold  Tree Degree badge, the highest proficiency award ��� in. thc  Junior' Forest Warden, organi-  This i signifies the completion  of a three-year conservation  program sponsored by t h-e  Canadian Forestry Association.  tests -to, determine.its jnechani- -  n  happens] to be, ���wbere -yourfeat, ?it;testing.__ station   where   they  or truck, will "be put through   (would   see [something���to   set  itesting   ahead,   or   back,'10  years. .  The white coated official gave  us a dubious look when we en-  in.  cal condition.  The) tiksts are comparatively  simple. !| All    lights,    brakes*  o.u.*,.... || .. . .       i.e,..���,       u.~u~ur.    :u&   a   UUU1UIU   IUU&   wucu   vve  wheel alignment and- tires must   'tered  his  test lane. Board  -fnma nrJ tn minimum  standard's     !u._j u_ ...~it.-j  ___.._j *u��� .  come up to minimum standards  Jor safety. "You are given a  card showing -what rparts fail  to meet] this standard and you  are advised to have' the'faults  rectified at once.. If your car  i hand he walked around the nowi  j steaming vehicle and then  came to the -open; window and  "said; "You're,"not; kidding, are  you?". Wei-solemnly assured  him we were not and to please  passes jfou are given a��wind-*-get 0n with the test: As each  shield sticker.- Failure to have test was completed he would  the faults corrected can result    shake his head and mark the  m senous consequences.  The testing officials are not  hard to, get along with. All  they ask is that you co-operate  andj-ealize that what.they am  doing; i4 for your own good;  your safety and that of others.  Before tfae last war when the  Vancouver testing station was  opened all cars using Vancouver streets were required to  pass thej tests. As soon as an  out-of-to^vn car appeared on the  city streets without a sticker  the owner was warned to have  it tested.) or else. Full scale  tests' were required. Previous  to this the then-provincial police carried-aut spot checks-on  different streets or highways.  Your car would be stopped and  an officer would inspect your  lights and tires. He would then  fasten "a device on your" rtur-  ning board and' ask you to  speed uplfast and then slam on  the brakejs. A needle on the device registered the brake- effect. If bverything was satisfactory you were allowed to  proceed 'but if ~hot you were given .a warning. . -  . During | the first years of the  wgtr wheiyc^rs ��gid parts, espe  examination cardr���"Well,"  he  said,~"you have done very welL*  ' You have scored the only complete zero I've seen since I've  been on the job. I'll try your,  windshield j wiper    now."    He  reached inside. ".'"Never mind," -  "I told him,1 "that-doesn't work ,  either." - Bjitt he turned it- on  and for the first time since I  had the car it made a few vigorous swipes and quit, "Well,"  the  official  said,   "you've, got  two  very j good  license  plates  and all you need to do is jack  ra new pair under them." We  ignored this impossible advice  and hastened back to; the  North Shore and never again  attempted | a sortie into ' Vancouver.     I i  Ten   years   ago   practically*���  every second  car^ around. * the  Peninsula|,wasn't much better.  This was | a" logging. town (then --  and loggers never won any. medals for keeping their car's in  -top condition. There were, exceptions, of course, but before  ' the blacktop came the ill-kept  roads shook everything loose.  If you 'had. a good car to start  with  you  going to  could  bet it,, wasn't  stay  that way very  .dally tinfs, were^abnost impose   long without constant attention. -'  sible to obtain,; this, writer own- ' Most of jthe hardy, souls had  ;  ed,a collection of junk whose    neither the inclination nor the  '  sole virtue was "that it had a    time to jvaste on such frivoli-  fair- motor,  good tires  and  a    ties as perfect headlights, prop-"  practically   new   license  plate. ��� erly  aligned  wheels and . good  It .was only used to travel 10." brakes. All they asked of a car 1  blocks to |and from the shipyard    or pickup ^*as that it,get them   |  on the North' Shore where no    in and out"*of the woods with-  testing^ sticker was necessary,  out any nonsense.      ,   ������  On occasion we v/ould venture      How some *of .thera managed  jS j- ���Cj^S^iSS^- *irfS *  ES  ara  5iefr^#utes3."i!<SMrf����iea^r^yJ  wmmwrn  ATTENTION!! SECHELT VOTERS  I find this message necessary in order that all voters may familiarize them-  ; selves with facts- and ideas concerning: Referendum No. 1���By Law No. 68.  Quote:;"Are you in favour of the proposal to purchase Block 9, D.L. 303 and 304,  plan_6457, at Porpoise Bay, Sechelt containing 3.85 acres more or less for a sutn  of $28,000.00?" . *     j   ; .  " It is my firm conviction the reply to that should be NO. _  Please read on and then decide for yourselves whether or not the reasons I  have listed justify this stand.     ���     f  1. It does not stop at $28,000.00, this figure merely purchases the water-  frontage in its raw state. The beach at Porpoise Bay, as it is, cannot be used ��� .  it is a mud flat..��� ' . ! *  Even with the most generous rumored offer by Mr. Osborne to pump sand  from around the sea plane base over on to'this land, does not excusethe fact that  directly in front of this property is mud, a vast amount of mud, and we are going  to have tb hire expensive equipment to disperse with it. ,    ;  - . The expense involved^fp remove several hundreds of thousands of yards of  mud and sand would-greatly overshadow the original price of this property.vThis  figure may be spent at some time in future by private business on such a project,  but for us to consider-such a spending to develop it second beach when we already  have access to one, leaves much to be desired at this time.  * i  2. I maintain that thejwaterfrontage betweeni James Wharf and,Mr, Burley's  property is far superior in most respects than that offered by Porpoise Bay. The  beach out front is free from flying pests, in camparison, the beach behind is not,-  "The tidal movement out front being more expansive and~free provides us with  vicibly" a more cleaner water. Many compliments havc been' given Sechelt by  visitors on'this very fact, | ,.".'".. J   '      ..  '  ' t T  Secondary conditions not near y as important but however do exist are:  ���a-slight danger exists in thc locating of a public beach in the immediate area  of landing sea planes (etc.).'.   -, *       ,       ���    X  ���the'beach out front offers snort walking distances for children arid adult  alike to cafes and stpres-i-(a most welcome" convenience for holidayers etc.).  ~~ In conclusion I suggest that in the Parks and Recreational field in Sechelt there  is an immediate urgency. 1 believe that you and I owe something to the peoples of  this generation here in Sechelt'and that moneys should be found to provide shade .  picnic tables and conveniences, swjings, slides, teter*toters, wading pools, grass,  tennis courts, improved field conditions for our yourig athletes���all of the things  you would normally find ih a completed playground. _       , |  The location should obviously be in the area .already owned by this municipality, normally referred to as Hackett Park!    -  I am in full favour of giving the capable men and women qf our municipal  council the go sign in.respect to thb promoting of desirable projects we can best  affojd���but I believe we are looking too far ahead in the crystal ball here, and  rather than have a little bit of something completed to offer for, everyone's enjoy-*  meritwe shall perhaps wind up having a tremendous amount of nothing to offer for  many long years to come���should we purchase this land. ' - _^  '.I urge you good people of Secljiclt to) very carefully and cautiously Weigh theb  you make your final decision on December  information I have offered before  12th, 1964. .  R. F; BRANCA M&otMx.  ALADDIN'S "Genie" came to Vancouver recently and  it will soon be making big changes in hanking ser-*  t vices aroHpd.th_e.city . . . and province.  -."Genie"' il^ the name of the , ���: * :���'���  Bank'.of  Montreal's; fully-integrated -system of machines ahd  ! computers which .make, .use of  , '��� electronic, .'speeds   to   clear  cheques and post ledgers.  . "The -bank's Vancouver "Ge--  nie - Centre"  went into Operation  recently   and "will-eventually-'-service GO. offices in .the  district. ��  The installation, will operate  around- the clock, with deposit  slips,-cheques and 'statements  moving' between branches' and  the centre by automobile.  ALADDIN'S LAMP ....  '. The name. J'Genie'Ms derived  from'the tale of Aladdin's lamp'  and signifies "GENerates Information Electronically." The  .name was suggested by G. R.  Filliter, manager of the B of  M's office at Yarmouth, .N.S.,  itrazstafl contest at the-time  the* bank's first  "Genie" .centre, was   opened   in   Montreal -  last year.  - -  The new Vancouver firatre  is.the bank's third in a chain of  similar installations which will  ultimately be located in major  cities across Canada. The' tint  was at the bank's- head office  in Montreal and the second was  opened at -Toronto- earlier, this  .year.  Canadians like to write- lots  of cheques. In fact, they:write  more per capita than any ��ther  people in the world.'  -.This is the main reason why  Canadian banks have had to  turn to automation, according,  to* J. D.. Cameron, manager of  Jhe .Vancouver "Genie Centre.**  "'.'Today, our "customers are  writing  twice   as  many   che  ques, as they were tea years.  ago*and, by 1370, if* predicted  that the Canadian, banking system . will have to deaf, withe  "more, than a bflKon items-*  year.   ' ~    :    '"   "_���  _ .'.'Under the manual system*  each of these items had to be'  processed    by    hand    several  times."        -.     _  STRANGE SYMBOLS  Key to operation at the Vancouver "Genie Centre" is a set  of strange-look I a g numerals,  known as "Magnetic Ink Character Recognition-** symbols.'  Printed oa cheques and deposit, slips in ixik containing  iron oade ;particles,- these  MICE figures become magnetized as they =sre processed on  sorting equipment. The figures  have been ��� given their odd  shapes so thai eaeH one .could  carry a distinctive amount and .  arrangement of iron oxide particles which can be "read" by  the sorting machine.  . Before , the new electronic  equipment could be used, the  bank had to ensure that a high.  percentage of cheques fcr cos- -  .tomers* current and personal  chequing accounts were mag-,  netically "encoded", and personalized so as to adapt them  for  automated  banking.       *   -  Hag Sechelt FraassJa Ttmes. Wed^ Pec 2, 19M Pef�� 7  t social notes ���]'!���  A7 SUCCESSFUL- tea asd bake  sale vas he&L by the LA to  Canadian Legion, Branch 140,  is ~ the Legion Hall Guests  were welcomed by the President of the LA, Mrs. C. G.  Isckes. Mrs. R. .Mitchell sold  tickets at tfie door. On the raffle. Mrs. G. Batcfceior and Mrs.  JY* Lyonns. The general eort-  "vener was Mrs, C- Foster.  Other LA helpers vote ' Mrs.  VL TLeemaa, Miss E. Barren,  Mrs. N. Kennedy. Mrs. Jo Gib-  sen, Mrs. R; _��. Thompson,  Mrs. S. Waters, Mrs. W. E.  HaraEortL At the urns Mrs. W.  J2 Mayne 'and Mxs_ E- "fr-gff*  Winner of the grocery hamper,  1st prize. Mrs. F. French: 2nd.  Mr. J. Growtring. Door prize.  Mrs. A. Leslie. Chad's door  paize,  Edward Sigouin.-  'Congratulation to oiar newly  married    neighbours   "Mr.    T.  Moran and-Mrs. Moras, form-.  erly. Gladys West.  ���Mrs.    Andy "Johnston    (our  ���With YVrar MetsUfan*'.  Chris)   recently   celebrated   a"  birthday  with  a  quiet teaser -  party   with .her   family,| Mrs.  Johnston   is. chairman  oi ear  village commission and a hard  worker   ia  oar   interest*.   We:  wish her many happy returns.  A delighted audience  iated the shawing of wasdetful  pictures taken by  school pfiB--  dpal  wb S.  Poster whSe joa.  a month touar of Africa. 'There.  were �� teachers froer jfifftr-:  ent Idealities who gave Bp their  vacation to work with the wttlte. t  teachers oa this visit. We saw  the  beautifiil  city  of   Nariota.  with its modern buildings and  beautiful   gardens,   also \ scene  very good pictures of wid ub-  imals  in the_big  game :re*er-  ves. X    l  At the close of the she* Ur.  Pctter was presented: withr m.  token of appreciation oa bciulf  of the bcal film board 'tip NT.  H. J. Birasdregt. t    t  ,1/  ewd cm  flew6  of your business leaders  ���  Chain Saw Centre  Wilson. Creek  Dealers for PM. Cosadien - McCalfocb -   -  '  Homelito - Pweeer end SHM Chain Sawv  COMPLETE STOCK OFWXMQPELS  ... .Ports ond Repair Service  Telephony 885-2228 ���<���--.  1��mi*m  y **>  mmmmmmmmmmmmmm  Television Safest Service  RELIABLE^-^PROMPT~**   '^  Richler's T.V. & Radio Ltd.  Seehelf, BX. V,       Phono 885-9777  Agents for.  Homelight  r  r  ��  ��  i  *  : i  WkmU  Shell. ��ItlMsffflfatof  PM. Ganadien ]  Stihl Chain Saws  Pioneer  Parfs  -.��-  GIBSONS, B.C.  ''   Phone 886-2133  ��� -  i  CHAIN SAW CENTRE  Wilson Creek  Phone 885-2228  3  V  FURNlf URE ifl�� PAINT  ^ STORE  NEW CHESTERFIELD SUITES  NEW AND USED EVERYTHING  COME IN AND BROWSE  SECHELT  Phone 885-2058  mm��fa& & &7mfQB  WmMMMMM  ~***i".m*m  Mew FAIL FASHIONS arriving daily  ir BEAUTIFUL: HOLLAND-SUEDES  *k BORG LINED' Yt ond Va CAR COATS  *ir DOUBLE KNIT SUITS, JUMPERS AND  BLOUSES |  ton.  \  Conveniently faceted across from'  Ken's GoIde�� DoUar Store     ;  phone 886-S941 .-. GH��sons  i  \  1IL  ��  X  J  >  \  I  I  1  -t  t -  t  - *  SARDS       ~H  SHOE gTGBB  Sechdt, B*G. - Pit. SE5-S519  YOUR. FAMILY. STORE      ��   "  STYLE SERVICE AND QUAUTr  GIBSONS RES5DSMT3  Calls now taken for Ad-hrieh  and-Messages tor The Times  at, the   Coin   Dry   Cleaners.  Sunnycrest fiaia'    Phone 884-2231  PENINSULA PLUMBING  LIMITED  Heofing & Supplies  FREE ESTIMATES  Super Kemtone  Shetwin William Paints  . Phone &SS-S533 :  . 1 PENDER HARBOUR HOTEL  Coffee  Shop end  Dining  Roocsi .  Sandsy  S on *** ^wi  Our Own Chinese  Food AvaiFable  Wed. thru. Sat. 5 p.m,-l t p.m. |  il  Sunday 2l p_m.-S p.ra.  I  wm*+.,mm*mm*M**,  IDfcftafeis  \i��*r#&:**"*  MW- ** **^*t** "  -   *--m*M*n I A  Poge 8 Tt4 Sechelt PeninsuIgJTimes, Wed., Dec. 2, 1964  Don'* sit back . . .  Push more prpjects  Urges Isobel  $  -THIS is one election promise \vp.  out," said Mrs. lsohel Dawson,  chelt-Legio* Hall, prior to the opeifipg of St. Mary's Hos  pital on Sunday.  hosp'tpllization   compared   with  en in the first year of  !<Jn, but provincial taxes  There is s;ill a dire need for  senior citizen projects, partic  ���ularly on thi Pcninsul3 where  t'aere is a lirge proportion of  older  p2ople[  said  Mrs.   Daw-_ t��n t:  sen.  Commending the ladies aux  14 milli  operat  have  iliarics   and  MEMBERS  facets of the biological and oc-  j>f Pender Harbour High Schcjol Students' eanographic work of the sta-  Council 'are from left  (hack row) Wendy Hately, tion. live fish wilt be on dis-  Bick Goodruti, Peter Lee, Syd Lee, Sally Hyatt, Boyd play and station scientists will  Bennett,I Esther Phillips, Bev Ness. Frofitl row: Cindy be^ on (hand  to explain  thejr  White. ICarolyjn Gough, Joe Hately, Sandy Hately ? Shir ���'-  ley Gooliirupil jNorma Joss.            ���            '  Pender High  hospital | trustees  Funtt raising carnival  provides team uniftrm  work.  ��� This 'trip is made possible  by a $25 donation from the P-  TA,-th<| funds furnished by U-e  School [Board for such trips,  and a small contribution from  the participating-* students.  Over 25 students will travel  by busj under the supervision  of MrS. Fleming and Mrs.  Whittoker.  for all the vark that had been  put into the hospital, project,  Mrs. Dawson also had warm  wards of congratulations for thc  Sechelt Indian Band jfOr donating the land, she expressed  regret that no member was  present for the Saturday evening meeting,1 MrsTDawson concluded  by  thanking  the  Hon.  ch ha's been carried  speaking at the Se-  awson  ;t increased in propar-  tois higher cost.  - Increasing revenue-from the  dcvci0 3*m2nt_of the Peace River areid and oil awl gas fields  has he ped provide tho. homeowner ; grants which in some  instances reduce taxes 10 one  dollar, People whose taxes  were j-uduced to such-a small  'amount were more inclined to  vote in, favour of school referendums.  Statistics show that provincial t3|xes in B.C. arc lower or-  Eric Martin  for  backing  this    on a par with other provinces;  project  RefDrring  campaign,  ,, . BASKETBALL  COUNCIL of the Pender Harbour High School sponsored *    Pender Harbour High School  their annual fund-raising carnival on November 20.    hosted Brooks High School-from  It was held in the school gymnasium for the first time   Powell [River for an evening of  syice its inception several years ago ' ���. -i����v��th-ii ������� ���� Th����d��v.  public  , Magnificent public, support  given' by I the [citizenry ^ who  turned out in record "numbers,  made ,this | one of the most successful carnivals to date. .Six  hundred and- fifty dollars was  raised'.     J !      d  This  money   yrill  buy  team  ,een Gardiner, IMary Brown,  Georgina Ibey, I Brenda ,Lee,  Elaine Klein, Teddy Lee, Darby Reid, .Roger | Duncan, Graeme West, Roddy Webb, San-  , dra Sundquist; rjreil Whittaker,  Cheryl  Crfcbton,  Cheryl,, Clay,  basketball games on Thursday,  Nov. 24.        " *  Three games were played,  and though Pender put up a  good bat,tie, they were out-numbered and' out-played, leaving  Brooks;,the victor on .each of  the games.,   ��� X  A rematch' is', planned for after December, * when Pender  will travel to \Powelt***River.  Good-luck to yoa Pender, and  t'ongratuhtions for games \scK  played. It's nice to:win, there's  to the , election  which was ��� Mrs.  Dawson's 'first public meeting.  Mr. Martin said that, although  not elected j Mrs. Dawson still  had the interests of-the Peninsula at hcart-'and'kept" Vic*  toria informed on any problems as ah' MLA should; \  "St. .Mary's Hospital," " said  Mri Martin, | "is the most modern* on the; continent ,and 'the  finest for its' size. Throtigh the,  for ajbealthy economy, people  must jhave   purchasing   pofter.  said the Minister.  The (provincial Public Health*  Programme presently- employs -  1,100 people. The success of  this ��� programme is illustrated  hy the; fact that in 1953 there  were.473,cases of.polio in this  province, .the free distribution  of-Salic Vaccine- has reduced  Ihis number tir zero for. the  past two years. -The killer 'dfc  sease Diphtheria, has* become  uniforms, [for boys and girls, Joe B���*V Rae Edwardson,  and provide manyb'extras"-forr-Robby-'WOmb. [Frank Beale  the school.        jl1- .     '    V'    *   GaU Delter;^na Deller Rox  A special "*toaj>k W,'"goes;  Kilbotn and Roy-Warnock. _ __  to Mr. Mark M^re who>;'l?ro-y'y.More students j than recorded * ^"'deSyirig that; '.but*, there's  vided fr^e busj transportation ' here moved in 'jtfhere. required glory Xoo. in. m& ^porting spirit  for the public toSie'scttiiibL     X ,to  MP  the '.Council  to  make "* -  - The   staff   was'1 out "lit* full, this an'outstanding success. *  force to assist,"but found, little "Z.A. prize  of'.t'wo  dollars  of-  to   do   except ^in'the* money bfered, by Mrs. Fleming .for the  counting-depOTtmeht.<-*Of course  -best'carnival 'poster,- was won  shown1 by-lall players, whether  they win or loose.  ATTENDING,UBC       b   ."   ���  Mr! and MrsbRoy iLockhart  cooperatiO-U 'of*those concerned, so rare that-doctors hav^idif-  the project was completed ear-,  ficulty-identifying it.   ���    ,'*>  ���  .'lier^han Is [usual, but allpxob- .. -The time is coming said Mr.  lems were';not yet solved" as. 3 .Martin when we will, havc to  the operation-iMofc***hc5hospital provide1 other facilities.for long  would also present.difficulties".-   termr care, chrfcnic cases,  old  , He felt sure;however that.board - people ;and��cases for rehabiiit-  was well equipped to;Overcome if ation. t -' . :���... -.- -  operational, problems. ���>. \< . - The meeting terminated -witlt-  Speaking | on vhospitalization. a* short1''question-answer .ses-  costs.Mr. Martin sfUd that un-' sum, 'a'J\ vote of * thanks to-the  der the sales tax, System, the-, ���Minister,   bairic;   proposed*:; by  �� B.C, resident pays less .than by    Magistrate 'Andrew Johnston,  direct  taxation as .visitors, to>:'  -*'   ,v\ , ��� . ���   ���*',,.,.    ���'  tbe" province > contribute \ but-.'*> Those who-rest on their laur-  . make no claims. -This year 72' els soon'find their laurels rest-  million'dollars were spent on ���ing on them;* *-'���   "'*" *   *  , 1  Mrs. Whittaker j did have her  fill of cakes (figuratively speaking )"in the Cake Walk;'and  Mr. Ward has jdishpan;hands  for a very good, reasons- -;.  . Mrs. Finning, principal of  the. schpol complimented the  Council ' for their excellent  management of the evening,  and for jthe fiiije dean-up job  after.     I j   * -  -    Amongl the students who were  particularly helpful to the coun-'  *" cil effort1 are:    -  Vieki tee, Carol Wray, Peter -Lee, 'Anne Cameron, Steve  by Betty Mills', I runner-u^ was . and family, .were weekend guest  Janet^Webh.*      ' 3t the,.home of,-Mr. and-Mrs.'  John Perry of Silver .Sands.'  Mrs.. Lopkhart is on leave of;  absence *,from< spender Elemen:  taTy School while she .attends  I)BC this year. Mr.* Lockhart  will be- attending barber.training school, starting in* May.  : NANAIMO VISIT^  ...;,* The Fishing" Class'and other  linterested students from' the  Pender Harbour High School  plan to visit the Nanaimo -Experimental Station during "open house". The station * holds  a- three-day  open  house once '  -,in every ;three ] years,  so. the  ��� students are fortunate to participate.-' I      >  '  " First" two days -are reserved  for     commercial .--fishermen,  HEAD-ON  COLLISION  Dediluke, Bonnie Lee, Janice ~shore-workers, and other in-  Lee, Peggy Lee, Dale Camer- dustry representatives, and  on (an indefatigable piano pla- government agencies involved  yer like her mother), Linda  Warnock, Terry j Cameron, Carol Fenn, Marion Vaughn, Judy  Nygard,, Janet j Webb. Wendy  Godkin,'Wendy j Hately,   Maur-  in fisheries. .    |  Students) will 'see special exhibits onj films, and photographs which ajre planned for  visitors,   to  show - the - various  ESSO OIL FURNACE  *���* +r  No Down Payment - Bank Interest  Ten Years To Pay - First Payment Oct. I  COMPLETE LINE OF APPLIANCES  Y     For Free Estimate - Call 886-272$  A routipe run "turned into a  nightmare for school bus driver Ray. Mair,- on _ Wednesday,  November 25. Returning from  Halfmoon Bay after delivering  thc .students safely- home, the  bus was' hit head-on by an cast-  bound-car. _ Bus driver ���Ray1  Mair had no- way to- avoid the  oncoming car. ������ -  The j accident occurred abouL,  three-quarters of a mile west  of Halfmoon Bay. Driver of  the car, Mrs. Carl Riller of  Port Coquitlam was seriously"  injured, . and after emergency  treatment at SL Mary*s Hos-  ��� pital, was transferred by ambulance to Vancouver, Mr. Mair  was not injured.  Damage to the rtwo vehicles  was extensive. The car, a 1964  Pontiac is reported to be a  total less. Damage to the bus  is estimated at S2.0C0. The bus  has been towed to, Vancouver  for repairs.  Mr. I Myers has", replaced ,the  damaged bus with a chartered .-  bus which will s^rve temporarily   to', transport, local  school,  children. ������*  i ' ' r   '  PASSING ON  J We regret to note the death  o'f a valued and respected-res-' .  ident of Pender Harbour. Con-.  dolences^are  extended ��� to  the '.  ^family of Mrs*. George Phillips  who passed away on. Monday,  -November 23."   *'"���" ""'-  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  fiai!tfiMiiMttiiiiiiii��iiwi8W����!i{ii��Mimnii.fliiiiH  ��� This free reminder of coming events Is o service of  SECHELT  AGENCIES   LTD.   Phone Sechelt- Peninsulo  .Times direct for free listings, specifying "Dote Pod".  Please note that space is limited and, some advance dates  may hdve to.yo't their turn; also that this is o "remlridet"* 1  .listing only, and cannot always carry jfull .details;   ,  li   .; .."'  \    j; ';���   ': ~ ';���- y ( ' .:  5ec.  2���Gibsons-'United rOfu/ch Women's ChTistmas  Bazaar' ahd  Tea., Gibsons  United  Church   Hall,..  -2-4 p.m.'     *" ,    *       ., X  Dec. 2���Selma Pqtk Sewing OirclejTea and Home Cooking. Proceeds to new hospital.- Selma Park Community Hall) 2-4 p.m. ' \  COMMERCIAL LOT SECHELT,  TRY YOUR OFFERS^  j  Very easy terms ���, Enquiries to Bob Kent  -Phone 885-4461  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD;  . REALTY ond INSURANCE '   '���  Wharf [ Rood -Phoite 885-2161  .i  -- **  *^n��_s______________!  *r~>ti**iR. *���** h-*J* **i*M*K*Je* a�� r        r j       rf^t    -i*r*. .  -,*Ciaw^rf*tife<e.11'^ x*?^^I*^*M*ta*/**v'* i Notes from Pender  j SUCCESS of any association depends on the members  a\       at large, said Mr.^John Dunlop, retiring president of  i Pender Harbour, and ^District .Chamber, of Commerce  ! at Uie annual "meeting held Nov. 23 in the* Pender Har-  I {hour-Hotel.     _     -*v     :      ���   In Uie reading of the:Jninutes- *: contemplated at this time.  I  of   a   previous   meeting,   guest  I 'speaker E. R..Boyce was quot-  ! ed as saying, "The Chamber of  i "Commerce,    is   recognized   by  j thej B.C.   government   as   the  ���  most  important  voice  in   any  ; 'community,"   Mr.   Boyce,  district manager of the B.C. Telephone Co. also holds the fallow-  ling i  offices:    Provincial    vice-  l ;president    of  -the    Canadian  I Chamber  of  Commerce,  vice-  , president of the B.C. Chamber  i \ot ��� Commerce  and  director of  j [the B.C. Tourist AssdSation.  ! j   Membership m the 1964 local  |chamber=totalled 56; the chart-'  !ber* would like everyone possi-  .ble to support it by becoming  ���a member, guests are welcome  to attend meetings. The board  of trade was originally, formed  for businessmen, but this concept is not practical in rural  i areas    where    interests    other  than business affect, the com-  I munity as a whole.   ...  Mr. Dunlop.- presented, the  1964 propects report: Roads���  i representation had. been~made  jto the highways dept- regard-  ling'Francis Peninsula,'Egmont  1 and Sinclair Bay roads' and .  1 work has been done oh each.  i Egmont -road  J work,   Sinclair  requires, more  Bay. road * ih  go6d condition,' Francis ** Penin-  l sula well on the way to comple-  [ tion.' A letter has been received  j fro|m the" highways-;deptv slat- _  ling that a representative will be'  glad to meet with the chamber '  PUBLICITY  Tourist counsellors from the  B.C.   Ferries  were  entertained  -at Pender Harbour during the  summer.  Brochure ��� The chamber of  commerce has published a tourist, brochure   of * this   district.  .which will greatly benefit.Jhe  area. Results of this effort lire  expected   to   be  apparent   this  coming season.  A .report   submitted   by  Mr.  ,A. Lloyd, chairman of the Brochure committee stated - that  the work on the brochure was  started too late in the year to  cope adequately with all the  obstacles encountered. The map  which was the second one the  committee had received, was  not too satisfactory since the  Egmont area and some roads  had been, omitted. Rather than  delay further, the map was included* in the brochure so it  was -ready on - July 1. 10,000  copies were .printed and distributed to tbe Greater Vancouver ahd Victoria Visitors and  Convention Bureau and the Ab-  botsford .Travel .-Bureau.. The  brochure gives-valuable advertising. It was noted that publicity is. a must to encourage  round-trip travellers to stop in  tins, area when the Westview-  ; Comox ferry goes into service.  . Businessmen who had agreed  to underwrite the cost of the  brochure "were urged to honor  roads- committee ^toydiscuss��� 'tfaeir pledges immediately. -  depL plans for .the Pender.Har-'~<   ������-�����������'   -  WATERWORKS  -  The Pender- Harbour Waterworks-System is now in operation. The chamber-has support-.  ed this- project to the utmost.  bour district *  Liqiior   store* ��� ^Committee  members who prepared the excellent' brief  presented--:to.Jhe  niJLiquor.T-/Control . Board*, fl were  . *coromended<',fnr.7their^efforts.<.- over-the-years, since -1947. In  .".However, the board did noicsee ��� 1955-56 the chamber applied for  , ; fit to-.establish o. local liquor-' a water reserve .on the Haslam  outlet at this time. -z:- <*. Lake, but foubd'tfeat such ap-!  Skookumchuck���Mr. Bruchs,-   plication must be made-by a  Social Credit - MLA- for ��� Esqui-  i. malt and Sirs. Isabel Dawson  of' Powell   River, ���= had - toured  -- the���Skookumchuck- area - and  . were, jmprssed^with ..Uie ^tourist  group of* property owners.  Mr. Dunlop thanked tbe members for the privilege cf "con-  ' ducting the chamber - of - commerce affair^ Jorrthe past two  - Tp6tenfial.-.s Department vofcrte^ y^arar -and expressed apprccia--  1 tci^liM'-t^M-onse^ which had  'Preserved the Skookumchukarea   carried  on this.*"year,   during  l? for a park "site" and the'team- ^his absence. He alio commehd-  :?ber is attempting lo spurtac-, �����L chamber members who give,  .i tion and intertkt<hrl{_ dw<3to��y;sd much of theurfime often rt  JmenL   : expense to themselves. If mem-  * ! Garbage^disposaU^Ddegate**: Ijefs^^ori:-together and support  X from ~ Pender"THfar*66uf ' atfeiad^ the~tiew executive,- this group  f*eacb or-to^P&rinSO_a"g^ said  Mr.  Dun  s', collection and  disposal  meet-    lop. ���       ��� "   .  I   ings, and the interests of this   - New\exeeutive officers elect-'  ;i district -are  being takefc care    ed^ for   1965   are:   President,  !' of   -'   -*?���.. ',*   X .-���  '-- '-'-    *��� Mark  Myers;, vice-president,  b      -,     .-v ;:->--      -      ��� "->    " L.-U Larson;  secretary, Mrs.  ���'} FISHING.     y     .     '     X ,.-���*  F. pieming.  Chamber, representative Mr.^ Executive counsellors: CAn-  E. Lee has been in touch ��ith derson,~J. Bathgate, J. Bosch,  the fisheries with regard to re- ^ Lee, D. Fielding, J. Had-  storing the local .salmon run. doclE< �� Middlestead, J. West,  The department has stated that' H  Whittaker; G- Gordon! *"  it is making investigations of  local conditions in various  areas, and is investigating artificial spawning. It is .expected  that attention will be given to  this district  The  provincial fisheries.has  been approached with a view to  In accepting his office, Mr.  Myers said that with the help  of the executive and members,  he would work to the best .of  his ability for. the area.  "The meeting continued with  Mr. Meyers presiding^ Further  discussion and suggestions; re-"  stocking several local lakes. A.   ganiihg the brochure and pub-  letter was read from the area  director of fisheries, Mryllurs-  tan,   who   promised   to   meet  i  with the chamber; after Jacu-  I   ary 1. 1965.' Mr." Hurstoh will  be accompanied by a member  ',. of   the   department   technical  licity" were invited for consideration by the new executive.-  "And," said Mr.* Myers,  whose' buses transport area  school children, "If anyone  has trouble; putting Egmont on  "the map, just come to me be-  - Tourist   Association,   of  which  this chamber is a member, is  considering putting as informs-,  tion booth at Langdale.-       -   /  - Members were told of a recent news -item which told of  intention to establish a custom  cannery at . Pender Harbour.  The names o��_lhe" backers of  this venture were not disclosed,  however, such a service was  hailed as being an asset" to the  area. It wiU be a great convenience to tourists who wish to  have their catches processed to  take home-  Mr. L. Larson commended  Mr. IL Gay, chairman af the  Pender Harbour tire, brigadz  _for efforts pat forth on behalf  of thc area.  After the meeting, Mr. R.  Murdoch showed slide pictures  of a holiday trip which covered California, Arizona and Idaho.  Members paid farewell tri-  ' butes to Mr. Murdoch for bis  services to the chamber of  commerce over the years.  ABBOTSFORD   BOUNO  Mr. and Mrs. Royal Murdoch  are leaving Pender Harbour,  where they have lived for 23  years. For 19 years they opera- -  ted the Indian Island Marina,  retiring four years ago. For  the past two summers. Mr.  Murdoch has managed the government Travel. Bureau at Ab-  botsfbrd. where they will be  making their home. Best wishes  go with Mr. and Mrs. Murdoch.  They .will be missed by their  "many friends and associates in  this district    - - -    "'  NEW BANlt ���  Mr, H. Clay, chairman of the  _ PH fire brigade has announced .  . that the brigade has co-operated with the.Bank of Montreal  .in giving the bank temporary  quarters in the firehall in Madeira  Park..,The bank,  which  ' was the first to enter this community,   is  scheduled   to, open  .on pecember 2.   ^ "x-j   *   .  CENTENNIAL; ���  A temporary centennial com-  . mittee- has been set op to get  ��� things rolling for the centennial  -propect "for this area.  -  - The project must -he started  and   completed   in   1967,   and  must be of a lasting nature, of  benefit to the community.. Two '  years, are *a2owfed tot- planning  '.'and" deciding. "*'--���-  J' Tbe"-'federal  and   provincial  -governments w2T each' give a  grant of one dollar per capita  ��� ���based on the 1963 census. This  * must be' matched by 5l-��o per  capita by the community. The  community contribution can  take the form-of land, work,  materials, or -cash. This win  give our project .a minimum  value'of approximately" $3,000.  Ideas'and. suggestions for an  acceptable project are earnest- ���  ly'actuated. The committee is  open for your thoughts. A park?  Where? Swimming pool? Historical site- to preserve?  Where? Senior citizen housing?  How Send your ideas and  thoughts���in writing���the more  detailed the better, to Mr. R. J.  Crichton,  Madeira  Park."  There will be a public meet-  ting in the early part of 1963.  Watch for the date, and be sure  to attend. Remember, if there  is no community support, our  grants can be relinquished to  - another- community. Let's not  do that! "Yoo'Il .wait another  hundred years f o r* another  chance like this. Or wSl yoa?  The Seehelt Pwnsulo Times, WetL, Dec % 1964 Pago 9  staff who will explain work, ear-,-1 cause I'm one man who really  GM of Canada buys half a  million pairs of work "gloves a  year for'i|s Oshawa. plant  ried out in spawning areas.  FLOAT  ACCOMMODATION ���  ���  A representative ot ther-pub-,:  lis  works* department -wilUtor  vestigate the nge��y to haye. additional float accommodation sup-"  plied at Egmont, ��� '.   -   -  "^wSSiw^K  FERRIES  Reports had been heard that  : the Jerry .terminal--was .'to be  moved- from Earls Cove-4o a  , site at*Agaptemno% 5a^., En*  "quayyjnadebfcy -the -chambery. _  -*--������    ~  .*   _  brought ----the "��plyb; that =- no - existing    regulations    a 1 tp w.  change 'otX%m^.^termhufe^  .-However,   the. Suighine  Coast  knows where' Egmont is!'*  . Mr. J. Love urged the chamber" give 'attention to..having  maps1 - 'available for.: tourists  when they- come into the ."area,  and that the* dept of highways  be contacted to see if more  signs could be erected along the  highway.  Th^ meeting was advised lhat  the regulations governing highway signs are under consideration by the dept, .but at present,, this area has.all the signs  Beaiity -Salon  ~: Sedtdt~  Evelyn Hayes  Above Pda Offko _  Catta^ead Slyfiag  Tuesday to Setwday 9-5  "Ycur Stojtwcy To  Hair Beauty"  Phone SS5-3525  > Road victim " ]  AKOTHER victim of the Sunshine Coak Highway hits  t the dust. This mishap occurred near Earls Cove  when the auto driven by Don. JklcCOImaix of Vancouver  hit a truck, I -= J  Cast oi 40 . . i i  Tide Water Players  re^ch further fame  ; -   > i     - * -  *    - -. -'-.:    -i ��� .     ���"  -   \\ .-:���-.:   ���  ABOUT 25 ��years ;ago a- players* club was bora, known  as tfae Roberts Creek Players. Oa through the years  the club put on plays to raise funds for various charities  and worthy causes, so on down through the years the  ���Robert^ Creek Players put on the production line many,  many'plays-and. social evenings, needless to say, all  were huge success, but due to diminishing.interest and  lack of funds the club lay dormant for the last number:  of years;  In 1S6-* a glimmering little  spark of hope and faith was  soop fanned into a soaring production by &te Roberts Creek  Players, called a Fandango,  fallowed up by Country Capers,  -another great evening ihr both  audience -and ' players alike.  Lata* on, it _ was suggested  that the Roberts Creek Players .  (3ub disband, and. a .new eliib  be formed that.would ctake ia  tbe entire Sunshine" Coast  from- Port ; Melfon to1 Pender .  Harbour and way points.  A contest "was.^published for  a* new  name,  and  soon, .after.  the Tidewater Players dob was  their, assistance Is invaluable.  Tidewater Players last production, with a cast of. forty  members plus numerous .ward- *  robe helpers, stage hands sod  musicians presented "Calendar  Countdown***, playing .to a full  boose *t , Roberts  Creek  Hall  '^jn both:dgi&s. Friday, >&v. Tt  and ^.Saturday,   -Vov.   2S,   1964..  "The name "Calendar Countdown"* arises out of a  great-  . grandmother  and   great-grandfather --reminiscing    front *" tie  1830s to the- present day, with  the cast acting out the-various-  scenes depicting how they tr.et  -and the highlights of their lives.  f  formed    witiirjpre^deEt~>Bud The -'audiences    hearty  -ap-  Blatchtord; vice-president Geo-'  rge Kynock; - secretary Madge  Newman: treasurer Helen  Winehandle; play readers, Mavis Christmas, Molly Almond,  Dianne Laird_  -Madge Newman^Gwesj Mac-  eKnzie and George Kynock are  the only original members and  plause.- proved that another  successful ^evening was had b>-  tfae Tidewater Players Club.  Yes, space technology has  made rapid strides. Look bow  much more- you can get toto  a modern refrigerator.. j-  CLRH  Key to  Mnandal Security  The Great-West life *represenfa*iTe*".o����ers a  highly personalized service to his clients. From.  a complete range of life insurance P jans, at  rates among tfae lowest available anywhere, he;  ' can help to develop and buSd tfae right program:for yocu This takes terhTiuyT skill, training and experience. Together with a seinse o��  public service and responsibility, these are the  qualifications of the Great-West life man.  SECHELT,  "  B.db  Box 381-  THE  Bfyoa E.8��rfc��u!Mv  ASSURANCE COMPANY  K&vClt ��* LCC  l&-*& >>!r:W��HK*i��s^<rfas*fe^ SOMSTidea of the length of fliehdspjal J^gg-ftg  -from this shptjof Uie main comdor, taken about half  way along*        ,p    .    '-  *     ���i  Bf Carton Man 1>+Gxe$p& * .  Skseie wisfess  THISpittar*  r  ] lay <?ut,  fortable  ������  TfiWsMlHsd* wird "   - it   ! * 'iLw^ *  *Z. .* *�� mree bcd-watds sbmis Uie neat and .<��mPI��^?P''0Sf,  ance. -  fllSSl��!  ^EWISC  hut; vittt  the jofc  ffrora th  dipesVor the new hosbital WW *�����u  "the* help oi inany hinds tiie LA comple  Kay  Pictured/ Threading toe gurtaffii  t, Mrsf B. Spencer and Mrs,!k. ftayw^rd  last  left  Gperationjfrape*!  ���  Af^HDEACOJlT Patrick- BBJs,  X    j*| the preset mpetMetOeot  b of the Ctolumhk ���dast M&��fwiv  ' would certaftiiy fofo^it&we ��  a exfc&ftog to* tfcbj*dj>te of these  partfc Ms congratulation* on the  completion   of   the   new   St.  , Mar^'* Hospital at Sechelt.  Perhaps it ^equally fitting  tbat 1 should voice - the good  wfebes Of (he CCM, because I  * was present'�� the opening ��  ��� tbe W St' Mary's  Hospital,  -' August t&Zism whe0 **_:* ?*��  .. Lieut*Govcmor\   R a n do i p ��  ' BFUce.^iciattJ'l0I>e^ed !t"  Arcitdeao)n.   (later ,Bi$aop>  Sir Francis' Heathcote conduct-;  *��� ed~ the , opening   cereroooi^..  The ttev. John Aaile~ibe man *  behindi-the whole >. project kept -  modestly in, toe traefcground.  The Princess Patricia was <  chartered hy the Mission to ,  brink 200 friends of the mission, ���  fremr Vancouver to the * ne**  goveritmenr wharf/ directly be,  low W hospital, r"Bad, come*'  down from'QuathiasM Cove in1,  ' myimall'tnWslon sWpf Bemtefr-  v*��j, "'  :   ; "i   *" ;  The-first; &��*��". iri* the, old  hosp^^ ]Wf�� BesfM Newboit  and %,m Marion An*!*-, constiv  toted the nursing staff 3nd Br.;  Thompson from Ontario the  first !*tector< A cook and handyman made ��P <b��r rest of Ihe  staff; The hospital itself was-  buiIt|for an approximate cost  ���^  \  drapw    AT X a        ] .,     ��� 4IX.-ufititani* demonstrate   of ^5,��d. Mr. 8, Bryniiciaea  wati sewing convener My. Betty J^ffl^SSg   sr, rfLtatf the site.     ,.  cor^t ^wcy^jjj Mrs, Mildred OmmbfB is aireaj     A^jMjf;  tb<?  off td  a good start.  such  such  and  ���   Jf  .     Regfsfration time���  MRSl LEONA Lee; busy etchirig identification marks dn  __ - | the valuj-tble pieces of equipment to be used m  new liospital. .���     ��� -   .-.  Atkniftedtjr; .the Columbia  Coast1 Mission feels as deeply  a* atnyonc else, the closing ot  the Garden Bay Hospitalybut  we ~ paw the inevitablencs* of,  a move as* time brought  vast changes in population  ��.�� highways. A more cen'ral  position for a district hospital  became imperative,     .x  We have had to close other  Mission hospital* elsewhera a*  the changing years firojugitt new.  requiremente as to location and���  [improvement of hospital yaciii- :  Ified We fulls? understand how ���  ��! a' ��feat many people "Wt. ��*��'  irega!rded,.St - Mary**- Pender ,  -H^rhour^a* a .permanent JeZ-^  -���-et their life. We feel sure  with due thought-being 0-  io the probtem of getting to   . Sechelt" hospital,, the,residents of tbe upper section, formerly served by the old hospi- *  tat- \vm finally, find the com-,  pletely modern hospital,, a.  sowjee of tremendous blessing  to them ally.-���-��^ *  ^ *  T1_at-4��"the sine^e: wUTn of ,  the]Columbia"Coajrt ftfission to  all [our okt friends at Pender  Harbour >ed. there abouts-' We  hojie that they will sum get behind the wmjt hospital with alt  I Gleaming steel   y - ^ -����s Uie loyalty TO^rjshO^^theold.  UNPACKING st5inlessrsteelutensite for use rn various     _on behalf ojm -4>lumbia-  mmSS^ie newrhospital are Mrs. Susan Dubois and   coa&t Mission;"AtoD Green..  ture  that  i ven  ^tte  ���^^K^w' ey* if--** x-J��r?s>*Z  Srt*-e-V&'u. "*-i"'  \ .  K-'  ���T*:J  tt.  '^  - ������?:-..-  I".'.'.  -fe'-^'W  ... S     ..���   ��T  *    .   ...  *b.7t.y��hwir MM V*-'^��,i  ��n>1^  >*WJ<    j����.*^f  /. .  ���   -i  - "* .   ---r*  j��g��Hte*��<��5-=5 ��*�����*<������ m-m^ytrz _*��-.  ,1: '  *?��!**��*  XXX^ZyiZXAZ^^jsAxyAy -"-y:  The Sechelt Peninsulo Times, Wed.. Dec. 2. .964 Page 11  % _ " _      ' " * '  paviV Q-lawa Diary  i *  0y Jock Doris, M.P.'  mg up and construction �� breaking all previous records.  We are more prosperous than ever before. I        :  | One tiuhg-.6ower��r, ha�� hap*  "�����; ��� X ��� ������ '.' >   pened which should cause a$  to pause and think. It is the  shutting down of the1 tug copper  mine at Brittenta"; --Three  hundredPfifty 'miners were  promptly thrown; oat of work.  Sow they are looking for ear  gtoymenKefecwfere.   J.   ' 1  I Fortunately, cars- is^d boejl  Hospital, Sechelt, last Sunday.  Dismal experience  PART of the large crowd who stood out in thc snow and    Recreation Branch  rain for the��� official-opening of the new St. Mary's   appoints director  iitil    Z&p-hrAi    latt SimHni/ **.g* [*<****���**y***%*%***** .  APPOINTMENT of a recreational director far the Sunshine Coast- has finally been  made with the announcement  that Sir. Philip Lawrence will  take up duties early in the New  Year. ..--** -^ ;*-- y  Visiting the district last -ssde.  Mr.  Lawrence was accompan-t  xJPeople. places & things  ant leeonetny. j New: mists  areas are" opening up and *kQ..  fcd miners are in short sapply;  Mining companies 'are loosing.  for men. They are ai�� prepared to pay higher traces than'  those ^hich were paid at. the  strike torn property at Brian-  Xpla.   -������*   y;   ��� ;     ; i  f Nor is this alt The coo��truc^  lion industry needs men. So the  labor- force at Britannia _;fc3i  Quickly found other job*. Today!  fewer than 23 miners arc drawing unemployment insurance. }  Bat there is also tfce human  ���By Rosy ond Alex Simpkins  CONGRAULATIONS, happy birthday and many more     ^.^.^.^  .,.���^^ s   of. them to the Secheit Peninsula Times. For Uie past icd by Mr. Tommy Roebe&ref^ side���many of these taea have  12 months you have been crawling_and standing up, like the reX&ation dept   _"            families^ They  have  chfidrm  Baby' Anne. NTow, we expect, we won't be^i&l��Jo hold Thi* wJU herald a new ap- '" ���'���-'     -** *��� ���^-  you back, and we'll find you ih every home on the Pen- proach by the provincial gov-  insula. (Note to advertisers; circulation is skyrocketing) *���m"�� ��**,v* -"^a-"*- *=�����*  We went in to sign some real  estate papers in Gibsons, Mr,  Kennetl's.joffiec. This Is where  the bus stops and the land suckers *ftep right out and onto Mr,  Kenflett's porch where he'll  shake their bands and* say he's  glad.to see them. lie told" us  that he liked our paper, only  the Gibsonites call it the Penicillin ' Times���good for what  ails you. Laughter is the best"  medicine.  toys fdr.-.unexpected visits.  Rosy'f-lajhily had an Aunt  Mary who did likewise. This  good > woman took over the  management of the house and  six children, while Rosy was  being born-'  This is indeed the age of machinery. Last month, high-speed  lawyer Mr. J. A. Sbarpe ordered a fireplace and stone wall  for bis hideout on Gambler Is-  /c***t*i *.*.**. **. *.X* t~��. *-. land.   In  the  middle   of  the  (Special note to type boy in- rfAt   itlovt m.   we u^ded  *a��M  Rti'cr.   fit,*  annA  frio^T     ***����**   a*   ��*W   ��Oe.   We   lOaOCO  ernment which previously" has  made a small grant to .small  communities for recreational  assistance. This will cease-with  .the appointment but salary will  be paid by - the recreation  branch, zj  Such an appointment has  been under - consideration for  some time i by the department  ' and will in effect be fo the nature of a 7 pOot project. -This  being the first district is the -  province to have a' full-time director sopjStel fcy the rrecrea-  tion branch.  at school and its costs money.  to commute to other work���e$��"  pedally in distant places like,  toe Merritt area or Hudson.  Hope. And there is loneliness  wilh the breadwinner away*;  from home for weeks at a time.;  Whole families teed to  move  COL    :'-'���.  .3. - t  I Brfiannfa, however, will bo4  be a ghost town. It is only 4<i  minutes drive from downtown  yzBamver. It's iffl fireshly  painted homes, will continue to  rent for between $23 and $65  a "month .. T_iey are a bargain  in anyone's language. All the  usual com incnity services are  Piwfell River; Our good friencT  ex-^rjagistrate Cope, iaIso cx-  pref went SPCA and Xtudent of  Hansard is complaining about  your/misspelling Mri Gordon's  nature. So please wat^b out for  spelling of hfs partner's  lame. Incidentally the seeds cf  thc mushroom arc called .-spore^  not sports. And when you come  to natural history or geological  terms it would be much,tetter  if you would simply copy the  words as they. appear on thc  typewritten sheet).  Frank, age 17, is now back  from the Cariboo, looking bigger and stronger. He is now  working/ for Alex. We saw  Chris Smith at the E, & -M.  Store, home on leave 'from the  Navy. He reports learning more  in a day than sticking in. a rut  here in a year. He jthinks cvry-  one should have some travel  experience before be settles  down,   -f  We have Mother's Day and  a Father's Day, Slay we sug��:  gest a Maiden Aunt's Day. We  have an Aunt Grace in our family, who doesn't discriminate  between her adopted nieces  and nephews and the real ones.  She   remembers   Christ mas,  eighteen tons onto Mr. Harry Smith's float in tbe bay at  Gibsons,  This included concrete mixer,  power saw and tractor loader  together with sand, .-bricks, cement' flue-lining, cut stones,  lime, flashing, damper, bars,  asbestos,  screens,  tools.  At the job the loader transported - materials along the  beach and up the bank. It also  scooped up sand, gravel and  rocks.   When   finished,   our  Bowling Alleys  ROGER Hocknell set a seasons  high three of 61L-"'lad also a.  high single cir 252. '���-._."  League Scores;       ^  Buckskins ��� Gilbert Joe. 5S<;  Dorren Joe, Ot *���  Ladies ��� Lil McCourt, 638  tZSt)', Bev* :RobtBsoh. 2tW.  | ���Uy Eve Moserip  799 (314); Hazel Skytte, CSS  f BaB ��c Chain ��� Walter Doo-  jey. 671; Anne Kortuk, 2SS;  iAnae Joer S32.  equipment, went back on the.   .J��2��|KSX ~ **** "^  rL*i' am*  c��i��i, ��!,���� * i;����    derson, GtS-OW).  float" Mr.-Smith threw a line;  from bis boat, and- the whole  business went back to (he beach  at Gibsons. We drove our  trucks dawn to the float, loaded up io the moonlight, and returned to home base  Our next big job is a house  for brother Clarke at Secret  Cove. My only regret is that we  didn't bring back some of the  beautiful green and purple conglomerates of the Gambier Island group*, so-tbat they might  be incorporated in his newest  cut stone fireplace.  " [ One day, tbe outboard wouldn't start, and we paddled to the  _Island in half an hour. There  are nice little roads, passable  Pender -- Barbara Iversoo,  CSS   (*296);   Dave   MacDonald.  621 (282); C. Hauka, 623; Bert  Gooldrap.Xui; Boy Fenn. 641;-  Dcnnis Gamble, 62S; Bill Cameron, 633.  Sechelt Commercials��� Frank  Newton. 713 (328); Sim Mac-  Kenzie, 719; Eileen \~Eons,  286; Gloria Barker. 258; Dorothy Smith, 747 (238, 250); Lbhie  Allen. 705 (2S6). >     y-  Sports Club ���- Ray-Nelson,  School Lesffoe:  I Seniors  -- Earl  Jobs,  4IS  (213. 2(3);   Jack Goeses.  378  1213); Wayne John, gSZAZSty,  lArfece /ehnsoo, 344 (2Q1).  | Juniors-��� Eari John, 333  *17S);' Marshal; Gibbons, 170  im): Sharon Lawson, 16M91).  i - .        ' -  Ten Pins: -  Roger Hocknen, -iii (252);  Randy Wires, 527; Dick Clayton, S5S (_H7): Frank Jorgeo-  son, 526 (223); Orv Moserip.  515; Roo-Robtasos. '516; Earl  Tyson, 540; Don dkbrdt, 518;  Butch Ono, 515; Sam HaeKetK  zie, 558. * -Z    _ . z A-  there. Ard ihe climate it ideal*  So  even   If = 'the. mine   cevc-r  cpees up spais, Britannia -JtiJ  prosper as ji.residential area.  --But  fhe.bt^Ioofc-is  fsr  better than"tiat  BritacrJ*   u   a "  - fine industrial site "aito read,"  rail ssd tfeep***a P^rt. ti^.'.i-  ties al its |doorstep.   Enurn-a  .Is the Meal place at %hic% to  locate a "eippet ref:3erf. F.C.  need* cne.4jr.0re :'copper i."jrxs  .are openisj up and ��c *ht.AA -  not .always he rshipp-'sg- o-Zr  ores and' cbwxutratei <r> Tic- '  oraa- for proccising,  Victoria, foot Ottawa.   i<  re-  "-sponsible _f*r- mining with <*r.a-  trol   over j property.*" It   a* ere  murt "S3v Jsbat the  ARacjsda  Conrpany  can1 do  ia  this   re- -  spect. \letoria has-aL*o Ir.ml to  bringr the fmsse   muxajs^jrcTt   . .  and labor tigether. so far 1*. has    -  fiUed.   He��ever.   Ottawa   also  has a job to da. y -   -.  First we i have to lock after  the uaem{4oyed...'The- Natk-nal  Erapl<3yTnet8. Service has this  job to hatiL Hext l, as your  Member of* ParUansent cas also try to get the min* opefatirfs  again. I sin talking *ito tSe  union aad fAnacotsda's t��^�� f*-^  ficisls in Sew-;York wiih tiis-  - ia mind- AM, looking eten t\$��z  ther aheadj we must hasten tiie  day when a copper r^Ease^r |s#  ���built ica   the   ^st.   Forei^a  market studies cad the fs��gpii����|  tkm o�� tatMt coBcessioss  afo��  among   Ottawa's    respetuifeiU-*1'-  ties- This duct of thing we mU-t  do as a nation if we are ri��t  _    ottly to provide more" jobs blit  ^a|��o to upgra<te more of c?r  resRirccs fc this eo��nU*y.     1  I could gp aa. I could tzjk;  about- {artfgn    Gwacnkdp.  \l  cmdd  talk 1 abosit  tax poScifs,  and subsidies. But suffice {t \o  iiy that f mpesA some dm* rl*-  cetaljrat Bitaiurfa. 1 also canie .  Bade ^o Ottawa with (fee feeiif g   i  "that,  despite  (Ms  bearthwifc,  tMs cosmsmty &f pot enly Recovering   test   wiU  also  ici/a \.  ptmp& ooee more.      .. - j  ioha Hind-Smith  Refrigeration  FCSf MfitON  .  TO HHSOL KAUp-Uft*  Phone 836-2231  f���� f ��jb. t* 5:30 p ja*  s;^S4&tfr -  family tieeds^ on aunt, like Ous  one. She gave us a breather on  the Weekends by taking two at  a time. She showed them the  sightsibf toe city so they didn't  become too country-fied. She  kept a  stock of. clothes aid  - We are still picking rosebuds  and blue violets in our garden.  ,We also, noticed a pussy willow tree in bloom in Gibsons  last week, for after aB this is  the Sunshine Coast  . 5  XA-^.^ytej&'t  ROBERTS CREEK  CREDIT UNION  bSecfclf*, B.C  .Open Tuesday to Friday  ' '���-' 11 o.ml-to 5 p.m.  SCHOOL" SAVINGS  CLJUBS  Gibsons -Ro&erts Creek  Davis Boy -j Sechelt  Egmont  .iiinrjvinnnnr-rinrr-n 1 '  *���'  . '       " ��������������������������<Miw<i��<Mwin*S<M*im*w**M��w��*M��n  FREE TURKEY OR HAM DRAW  Just Drop In And Put Your Name Down  JAY-BEE FURNITURE  & APPLIANCES  We have large selection  of Giftware ��� Appliances  and Furniture. _- ".  Oar Prices Are Lower  SHOP AT HOME  Terms to suit yoar budget  Phone 886-2346  Gibsons B.C.  a  //    '/*   > P-i  ome  ^Grouped (oPrtsent  Our limaxt fa Erautw and Value!  ES��5��?^^jitSiWs^ly ^,1-j PoflO 12 llhe Sechelt Peninsulo Hippi, Wod., gee. 2,1964    Indian Setting  Tlyiiig upw ceremony  with^ coloiirfiil themi  INDIAN theme provided a coloj^ul settiiig?fof the browni-  ies "flying up" eeremonjrwhich took place Monday,  Nov. 23 at St. Hilda's Church ^HaH,^ f  Brownie packs  attended  in   '���*   full force 4 to see 11 of thsir.  members join the guides. "Janice z jaeger, Glenys Mactead,  Charlotte .* Bain andbfilfreda  Motdowab * garbed t in TTndian  ������J.'U-  inf the Rain S��ng. A fireside  sing song terminated''the event  ing which was **�� -a^ted sue-  ja��H��w��>   ^���� i ��i, wu���� ,<#* ** *> tte, ft* attendance  blasts and head bands flew   ��*| parents. Sickness prevented  ub~and were'received in Indian   brpwmes  Karen pubou  and  up-��no rwerein��euri�� in ���*fa    n..,**.- a.a*��a ��� **��.*. *��luiXa *****  Gtircn Aldrud from taking part  fn lhe ceremony..,  pf 1 his totally wr&3ted auto was sferioumr in-_  yvkm he came into head-on collision with a  were on the tus knd the driver wks ummuresd, bu   *r.  t '   i.. i ,�� ._j  i*. *... a*Ua...* eo i%nti  age; to bus is  neoo-on smuaivn  DRIVER  '   Ijured, ,.��r.. ..., ���,   |  school bus neW Madeira Park la^t week. No passengers  believed to he about i$2,0Od.  dam-  fashion - by *Se Guide Captainy  ilrs. j* Dorothy Stockwell. into  guides. lindit Peai^on, Heath- ;feae hr^trfkins were earlier Hall, Cathy, Scott, Wendy iJi & *tfe jst tSecheli Brownie  Bystedt, Maisha gibbons, Art- . j��idc e�� the afternoon of Won-  una Woods md. Marilyn West daly Xoverabor 23.y15hirlsy  all walked over the threshold y f&fc Adriennc Akesin, Marie  into 'guide* wearing Indian b^ 3uiy wbyte, Cleaner  moccasins., " ' _ _, L3mje��rf��irg, Rosemary Jloefs-  \ Following the ceremony, all teat, Lynsie Oike, Evelyn Stur-  guldes and leaders performed airh aiaTJafciee Mullah are now  3 spirited l3dian_war dance. nijerabeiV of this busy little  Brownie DeaiselTregon, did a pack. Song and games���were  most professional job of lead- enjoyed by the Brownies and  thg the broAnies and guides mothers who attended.  i Se Editor must carry a signature and address, although i  pen-name may bf" toed for publication.  Nonresident t  Editor, Tfae Times:  . -Sir���S28.00S is a lot of money  for al village park in the raw.-.  Mr.~ Green urges the people ot  Sechelt 10 go into debt for this.  For tbe sake of argument this  writer, also* an outsider "with  no vote am! no business telling  the good people of Sechelt iany-  thing, would like to. men&wa a 4  few things.   ,__:���_    , ��� b5',.*;.  In.the no'-too-distant future  the quiet dead end Waters of  Porpoise Ba:r -may- be-too. pol*  toted for bajthing. If the merchants; of Sechelt want to attract more  consider  establishing ��� a   sum  ttierti ��^4o prist information  centre/ They could provide- water,, campSre and toilet facili-  ties  at Sechelt waterfront;  In  as Powell Biver.  visitors enjoy jthe,.  water-and are not  afraidTof a tittle July and August westeiij  MORE ABOUT . .--    ,      T  School board  from page I���       -   -   '    'J .  Mrs. Ball; "the building code  of B.C, calls for this.andJt is  elementary logo that it would  - bs �� part of the plans/' Mr,  porter ^em^rked that in Sur-  3~rey a cler*k>��f tferks was emi  bptoyed to Inspect- school construction. The Board agreed to  write a stoong letter of protest  ^to.Mr, Davies,,a copy being  - sent to all trustees. "-,-*_,  y Commenting   on   tbe   three  phase wiring for thc new addition at Pender Harbour Secondary   School,    Mr,    Porter  - stated that an independent ap;  " praiser Jtad been called In. 3"be  present estimate of $2$m was  considered too .high, in act  MrsbBaff considered this was  sufficient ccsiito res-ire tbe  whole school,. ,  1 The- ' erection of ' Gibsons  Landing Elementary School being, well underway, tfae_.gluc-  lam beams; and columns were  expected to arrive last Friday,  the!Board agreed to pay\Man-  iaga D'Appalonia ConstrurUon  Co.! the sum '4"$14,822.26. It  %vas decided however, to with-  hold 36% ot the architect's fee  until the completion ofthe project.  like fashion  Meanwhile'  clean," salty  Commendation  Editor^ The Times:  Sir���As a "former resident of  your area I would lijkje to com- ���  mead/all the citizens of* Se=  chelt, Gibsons and Pender Har-  mour and all the surrounding  comraunitl?s for the construe-,  tion otthenew StbM&y's Hospital in ��echelL TWs j achieve-  mcet is, the result of commuot-.  ty; effort jvitfcout iwhich! the ixro-  ject' could not/ have ,becn completed..       X   ... J j -  J   sincerely - hope   that.this^  comm^ly'support * wiff^coufin-  tMJr in the op^ratf^i of' the new  . .   .. ,.    hqs^tot,JtecWi&^lyIs   erfy*��  tuiirts they could.^tt^^suchbsupportTthat the,  blifihme.a   sum,"\br   m vdn  ^ ab^i.to ieep  up with new adv^nces^j in, medi-'  due and ^srlll Itejabw, to eper-,  ate mart effidentty, y  "' Congratulatioast to t|ie entire,  communify on a ijob weH done,  r�� '"    -^Feter.F; Sfenier, M.D.  In J.os' Angeles^ a salesgirl,  in a~piu$h specialty ^io^ reports that a young customer  appraached her at the perfume,  " counter to' ask if she could rec-.  ommend a femme falale perfume. "I have to change mine^%  , tbelyoung thing explained. "My  steady has built-up an lmmtm-7  ity to IL"  -The* trihthle^th  foreign': relations   is  Canada's  ^that ,so*  A. R. Simpkinsy  many of them are Jfcj-oke: t f   -  \        i     ^ ..       -\  for Ml Your  f��LUMi!N&  ^^^NEEDS^' - y  .    ' '  'b*       i  i^.^ . V -y-^- -*y   - ���,- '   **             i **? *��� " *�����*��  '-��� * ~-^^*::::^^^^3*':  V\    /~^  *   l^**-/z -1   ',:  'kC^^^^  ;''^^^TO^5:  ~r"^^^%\:i  IU BAY BOAT WOK&iS  Mechonicol & Elccfrieol Repairs  A COMPLETE LINE OF BOAT REPAIR$  i'  I*-  Slippery reads  ANOTHER victim <rf last week's suddgu^faH'ofj snow;  fiarden Boy, B.C.  Wt'M, ai'HIIII        i      ll'IMLIC  Phone 88 J-2366  */ x -CALL   \ j  PEN1HSWA  xfmmim^  Gibsons, Phone 886-9533  Oeoierier Super Kemtone  & Sherwin Willtamsy  'Points  This auto] ��84 ***> $& &**& t^af[!B(**erts  fortunately Wtii no iujuiJes or damage to kssr* %  Zwefc,  ft  Say You Saw liJn The; timed   __, wwnmnim ���-im'���' \*y iwwipi.hi ~~*-m00r*mm*m***Mmv\ '���> \ ���  i ��� ni>wnMWW^��l��WPWiWiw*'1 ������������" iinniw*fi   '���������I'K'W-IIW-IM-W'WI^  IUGH7 THEATRE  j_^-seqs��wMNM��B 886.^27 j.   f  , <*J�� **wii^l -#ews: 3 -p.m. \  W^dnetdoy, Tfaarsdoy, frfday, Cec. %��� %f 4  KIKG OF THE -ROARfNG TWENTIES  J. Corson- Colour  Sotu^oyr Moaday^ tuesdoy. Dee* 5; 7/ B  CATTtfi KING  Robert Toylw��* Coiowr  WMafWVtMMNMNMIMIWMNMlMMMAMIMMMMIIMI^^  (HSNESE CtllW  BY btft OWN CHINESE CHEF  WITH TAKE-OUT SEBVICE  AVAttAB��b  ��    * * ��*>*  an0yjxcfutwr mtrnxm  OUR COMFORTABLE DINJNG ROOM  } OPBN 0A/IY  v**b'.���y ���*' ��� *'"= **: J(  COFFEE SHOP HOURS;  7,��Jmf-f I- p.m. doily ��� 5undoy 0 ajx��.-8j**����i.  .rf^��5l��^^swtt��^����^i^'w.-,i-!S������  WMMMMmn  */yy***i'^'^***w^*wiK***B!��s^^  r im' min i��iifiirriniiTr-iMfiiwiiiini"iTf!^.feWigjMygtyi  '%  H  '4^i^ggte��fe?#y'��^>b^b**-bi^^ The Sechelt Penhtsulfl Time*, Wed., Pec. 2, W���4 Po4m 13  OFFICIALLY OPENED SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 29th 1964  -^  -  kg a tiBw astd tang avmffed service fo the  %  .   L.  -  I  1  u  pundit  iinMiuie  i-  i  otiara,  9  tulut  COftd  to the  ���->  RESIDENTS Of THE SUNSHINE COAST  MEMBERS OF ST. MARY^S HOSPITAL SOCIETY  i  I        ond to the  HOSPITAL'S iOARD OF TRUSTEES  :%^~-  j ni-    \ "* I  4tatuS��ric Martin, ���  Minister of J��eoMi $��*<** *** ^o^Hot tmuronce  ,.-iy      *%    *��� -       -.t��  *  ���HSe govern^emt of the  Your iniitqfsve and enterprise have provided the $un~  shinefoast with one of ffie finest hospital facilities ot its  kind. Your Provincial Government, through the B.C. Hospital  Insurance. Service^has been pleased1to provide grants of  over $460,000 towards the cosfc of the new hospital and  nurses! residence, "and to assist with the development and  planning. : : ���-.  .y. ^    j  Thf's /no/or project is part of a vast programme of  hospital construction throughout British Columbia, which has  produced approximately 5,940 beds during the past twelve  years af a total cost of $S2t00O/mot which the ProvmciS  Government has paid over $39,000��00.     -     I =  PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA It K*  /;*  /Wtary we extend our  congratulations to  5f. Tory's Hospital  Society on the opening  of f/ie new SfrJWory's  i    HospitaL  4    -I : ���  Undafwood, NcSMeyf Cameron,  Wilson &  latest in operating tables. Equipping o  arc lamps.alone are valued at ��2,500.  w*k*m.mm'#  SURGERY nurse Jftrs. Nathlie Gardiner assited by Miss Ethel Berry, set up the very.  if>At-^rWlA>yMUW**prVi^^  the room, cost in excess of $6,500, the two  ��^**#l*Sfl_-�� .  roaucis  with the rest of the Seehelt Peninsula i��i  - , -    X    -"*. *l >b''f5"'  '   b ,:; \xxsx-xl\  extending e-otigratulatioiis to the StJ Mae-y's  Hospital Board of Trustees, the Planning and  i - ��� -   ��� *   ,, _.   *. - ' > �� - 11    /z">'~   ^** ���' - f*  Construction Committees and the  Hbs  for their Jfdkat^d > ^ndsavoyrs  " ��� I  -- '*'/***' ^"* f } .\   ���   ,;: ^ '  provided this area IWith such mo-  "���i",inT"ii"i*"""*"*"""""""""1" ��������������������������������<�������������������� nM'frinnnnBmifmmmwwwwmiiiiiiniiiiiiiiil  e  < .WrJ  - - I   Ia.  '#- .  MMtMMMM  mmmamsmm  **���       *&*-- V-. ��l  Tfe'S^dt Pesxasate Times, Wed., Dec. 2, 1964 Poge 1%  ****  _*$  h  hi  P  it  I----V  - PEMD EH .-H AEBSaiB-7'Sfi��Sli  r'l v ^-f 4v  '-A.yty   f   '. *-*'  TYEE SA1T CO.  "_    --  . See&elfc"-   *- -  lb'*.'  ���V.   A{* ���       .  XXr'-\  '.    I I  n J  X'X'z <x ���  I*   -~ r - "        It  -l^cf^yfl^-.KEALTY-^xf'MSIIHA^CE:  ��g��-X  <~'/>b^_%2^  ,*  *^--    *  Sechelt  HELEN'S FAS^O^ SHOP  ���jy. -i   jX'js- - Gibsons: *. *:. - -_;"--'"-'  -  PE����B����a*-&iH!B��MJE"^8��EL  * '- -/%,,   _ >A��detfo Pork s     -J ^y -  D. G.- ��OUGLAS VafJIOY a  -, -: _- v - .  PAHfTS'-.- b" -  - i^', .?**-_ ~ -/-,^-i  J-_    ���    i  -MAM tf IlY :FUf-EEItftiy HOME'  Gtbsees :__  PAERSfrS" HAMDWAHE LTD.  . Secheit . '  -MSJLWBf iiPCKTrOOLLAII- ST���EE;  VstbtoftS  ** -        BEHMTO EOTS.    ,   *"'   Z.  -" ���  "FOHHiTURC a FMNT    .  }31  ���&  '. *' .'.SEfllrSCE _       i  - HssSxbqbs f?sy -  H. Bi ^tSON Jk-SCENNETT LTD.  H, BISHOP'LADIES' WEA&  WALT OTGSIEN  SALES LTD.  /x.-     "_ G&sons v*: _    _  &fCMTOI*S T*V.   &   Secheit  PLUaiB2ftG a  14i.j y  - ; t ,       Entrance Hall y-  SPACIOUS n^^ntrance;hall with its non-slipfloors and  1   pleasant color^^h^ #^| a.iou<& (^distinction^  to the building. The floors m ijwo-tone delicate shades  create an extremely pleasing affect?  V-  BEST WISHES  ERV MRENIXO. m.  -1  1469 West firoodwoy  vAM69yyciL'��x.  b REgent 1-5244  I  .*;.->,-  REsent 1-5244  j  Dea/or - AppUjcgtors of  * SeamlessyPfesfic f-foor  & Wall Covering  r/v   -****-  '-***3"rfrft-fS��^ ��?-��.*<��;*"  '__.V30TO&^'S  - fiEK 'S WEAR  y & Sechelt  --. *Ak-       -��-i  *^--*t -*-*---  *  - -'-~-SC-Efftt_T -CO^Bs*-^"*  -&1AB123E ��� SERVICE ���  Secret vove  BAMEftY  HAHDV/AHE LTD  - f^bsons *  X ,    H^SSM'S  TgAffSFHi LTO.  Sechelt   J  ^APfNE fclEM'S  . WEAR LTD;  Gibsons  ME&f3imfS REM* &  wmm r^AHKET  , SUf^JYC^EST  BARBEH SHOP  6Al9l*9 ���  SECMELT WIOTOR  LTD.  PEMSN$iJL& JiOT& LTD.  Gtbseas   - -   - . ;, .  THRIFTEE STORES        '  . GOssons  "    |  b*b X  PENINSULA MOTOR PRODUCTS  (1957)  LTD! .  * =   i  *���  ��� -M ��� v.,.    -    -i H ������ * i i��r  f    i      '  fi* VV-*4   ' ""���"  -f*';*"���*-*��*'^'J^J2-       *"^~*" **���   *  ._l-.'V- -*!��� :������   >*v iyfinr  :r^-  ...  I.-.* ? i .    ��� .   .  :������    "^ ���'*.     .f  'Jip^ftSlJ  rfc^*t*=.t  I'lbi  1 Steff Kovse   :  THROUGHOUT the hospital, color is added hy. beautiful  drapes stmpi^d by Beauti Pleat. This-section <rf the  suite of the director of nursing, in the staff house gtyes  an Idea of the pleasantly decorated and furnished quart.  ersi - ���  !B  i��s raraooos  Gibsoas ,  STAMD^ID ROTORS  OF SECHELT LTD.  Sechct  kruseomm  STORES LTD.  Gibsons end Sechelt -  .   -^^r-   .  y  ' SCCwCtt  mftB3L\Wmik OF  CAMADA * -  This fine^ venture  marks a further advance  in ihe progress'   \  of the Sunshine Coast.  f   -  COHGlATULATiOMS  JEAUH MM MOMM LID.  5  -  7355 -Idnntads  tURNASY 3, 6-C;  m  x. **���"*���  h**  lit  Poge 16 The Sechelt Peninsulo Times, Wed., Dec. 2, 1964;  ^ sa*.  "s ��  l.v*L  ***  \i *  I ?  5  *  '. ��  C*��  **  !rf *.  _*>  li,-  t:.  -* t-t��|   lr-"S,=Af��   rft.,tljjc^.-m**i< ��� ,."��=*   ^_    j^    -S^V".  CongrofuJafions  en the opening of the modern  St. Mary's; Hospital.. A truly great  credit to the Sunshine Coast.,  3522 Porter Street  VANCOU VER^ 12  lb  V  rb  f-.A  %*<*  **��?-  *�����**���  l>'  *>* -  J��f~  X-r  -\  st  Z*  31  .�����  .��  li  H*  *.*  hi  !*<  I1*  it-}  SCOTLAND &  Asphalt Pavin  ADAMSGN  * Ltd.  pnara  TO THE  titlaL  lond  RESIDENTS OF THE iU^SHINr COAST  MEMBERS OF  .i*-.  HOSPITAL SOCIETY  AND TO  HOSPlfrAL/SABOARl) OF TRUSTEES  AX  *��>��  {if   "  >*?���  -f?l  iii  -J>7    *  ->��  On   -  ��r*  : >\*u  / by*  b b  b* *-' (  f   lb** '  \ -   it-  ]1  r >"  ^i  b  n.��   *  Wi  -  'Xk  ���ft:  . ','.',-���  ���ib  U���  J1  Colnslp  to  the  T.  MARY'S  THE  ' j i  ���*dl5  H. E. McConaghy Lid.  Pltimbing ond Hearing,  . Contractors  r~  32^ East Hastings. St.,  Vancouver, B.C.  iments - and Good Wishes  members of  Society and  Board of Tru,  stees to  (Mary's Hospital,  Sechelt  on completion  modern  Hospital.  I ���  ���        r*  TERMINAL  SHEET METAL  the Hospital'  of your  1  Suppliers of Kitchen Equipment  VANCOUVER, B.C.  i_/  1- -  _*_ ��� /  -*��� -I  Nelson i Ford  MAN in change of construction, Nelson Ford,  has probably carried more  responsibility .than anyone  during the entire operation, and has been on the  job" since the latter part of  September, 1963. He did in  fact work on the grade  lines "before the actual contract was signed. A veteran and member of the Le^  gionjJMr. Ford resides in  Richmond, B.C. During the  time he' has been employed  on tbe construction of the  hospital, he hasygained the  respect' of all with whom  he has been in contact.  Indian gift made  project  Presentation of a ScroiUto the  Sechelt Indian. Bandymarked  one of the-major steps i in making the new St. Mary's Hospital  possible for  although  another  >site might have been ideated,  ' it ' is   very   doubtful  Whether  such    An - excellent* position  would  have. been  found.   For  their donation of the land, we'  shall long owe the band a debt  of gratitude.  ���Altogether,- about n acres of  valuable land was donated by  the Indian Band who voted  ICO per-cent in favour, of the  * donation" when the importance  of a Hospital was Impressed  upon them.  WELCOME   REPLACEMENT  * Filling a need' when built,  the old twenty bed Hospital at  Garden Bay has long ' proved  a problem in a number of  ways. What it's-future-, is, no.  one seems to know: for at this  time no plans-have been made  knovOTr"^^      '  The new 35 bed building is a  tremendous advance, providing  comprehensive facilities including acute care radiological  and physiotherapy, laboratory,  .,Pharmacy,v> major -operating  rooms,-one two and multiple  bed wards and a private ward  for mentaly disturbed, patients.  Members of the staff,' some���J-  of whom have/had extensive-  experience in hospitals across  Canada, claim it is one of the  best designed , hospitals they  have yet had the pleasure of  ���working in. For this, credit  goes to the architects. Underwood, McKinley, Cameron,  .Wilson and Smith.  STAFF   RESIDENCE  Known as Staff, House, the  ' 13 bcii frame building, to tfie  right of. the Hospital, is also  well planned and equipped  with a matron's sugte, laundry,  kitchen, waiting room, and  staff room.       '  The entire project is expected to cost i in excess of $900,000.  Provincial  grants,  $466,000.  AUXILIARY  BUSY  Ladies of the^ Auxiliary7 have  been busy "'over the past few  weeks assisting irc^the sewing  of drapes and muV-itudinous  other'final touches "prior to the  official opening.  Our sincere congratulations  to all responsible on the  completion of your excellent  HospitaL  A * - -  P & W Development Co.  GIBSONS, B.C.    - .  ~        .;"''- . v/ , y    ' J  -J,        SUPPLIER OF ALL THE  MADY MIX CONCRETE    ,  .'-���y.1  >   --  Congratulations  qhdlBest Wishes  to-the .";  *~ ^^  SUM  Society:  and "the  residents of  Sechelt Peninsula  MZ  on  the,  zx\  - Hi  'M  xtzi  A -i  - *"**,'i,��4'f!,*'|  m. -*f%   ������ Z    J.'^*i  -,.���  *  ,' '��<��?  A- S  m  ���a"       C^*  -���.:*  <V-5l  r-i  opening of their new  HOSPITAL  r  ^iwiinfoi..  ELECTRIC LTD.  ,    -Hz  v -it  f   f ^ i* - - ^Am  . Z"'"Asi  A " X*4,j|$  *^"*jfl  AAX&  .si*  'xx-L  b    -5iV

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