Geo. Wells, FULFORD TIDE TABLE D«J Jttnt Ht Day Time Ht, i c 0536 10-1 1Q 0743 11-2 1021 8-2 . 1253 9-4 F. 1520 10-1 M. 1608 9-9 2234. 3-0 2356 2-3 1Q 0824 11-3 16 0619 10-6 1400 9-6 1109 8-7 p Tu. 1620 9- Sa. 1534 10-0 2300 2- 6 17 0700 11-0 2O 1201 9-1 w. 0906 11-4 T, 4 1963 Vol. 4 No. 35 l O c per c o p y 1550 9-9 2101,0 - 6 Thursday, November, 2326 2-4 Th. °" cil before approach is made ' R A N S P O R T A T I O N - ' t o the Ferry Authority. Hotel Damaged by Fire -PARKS DISCUSSED D. Crofton hit a happier The Local Chamber of note with his report on Parks. Commerce at their meeting He reported that Mouat Park November 6th in Mahon Hall and Mt. Maxwell had been were unhappy about the ina- very well patronized thrpugh- dequacies in transportation out the summer. Long Harbour and quite satisfied with pro- will soon have swimming faci- gress on parks development. litiesas well as picnic rablesy Present ferry transporta- and passenger shelter.A very tion took a beating as dis- rough sketch of the plan of satisfaction was expressed the park may be seen at with the Other Islands con- DRIFTWOOD. ******** *** nection and the delay in con- nect! on from Fu If ord with the facts, fables & fo'rbles The latest advice to boat- Swartz Bay-Tsawwassen main owners: ' Don't moor your boat i f i i i rry Salt Spring Islanders who down-wind from Inky.' (Photo by Marshall Sharp) need to go to Saturna or the Lions Club afternoon roh Fire broke out in a corner Penderson bus!ness must spend ler skating for 12 and under I have said in my sermons,Tom, room of the Log Gabin Hotel most of a day travelling. One age group starts again Nov. and make up your mind that November 8th at 7 P.M. or two trips a week with a 16*- The Club has just re- you will never return to this No one w°s injured. Firemen direct connection to Ganges ceived $100. worth of new dismal place." were on hand within minutes "Ah,don't worry Father', of receiving the alarm turned would be of very real benefit small size skates. The young- gushed Tom. No one that ever in by a guest. They had the to this group. The di rect con- sters may yet match the aver- heard ye preach would want fire controlled within6 min- nection for Penderand Saturna age turnout of the Saturday utes. Two rooms and the hall to come back here again. " residents would give better evening teen group....79 were on fire when the depart- access to hospital services. skaters so far this year. COTTAGE RESORT ment arrived. Winners of the Door Prize CHANGES HANDS In addition to fire damage, The request to ask the at DRIFTWOOD'S Open there was extensive smoke and Ferry Authority to restore the Mr.& Mrs.Herbert Strain House on Saturday were:- recently of Penticton,have water damage downstairs. Fire 15 minute connection at Swar- Chief Donaghey estimates the R.R.Alton,Fulford Harbour; purchased the Cottage Resort tz Bay for the mainland met at St.Mary Lake from former damage at around $7,000. with partial approval. JackTomlinson, Ganges;Mrs. covered by insurance. There owner Oscar Havroyd. Mr. It was emphasized that L.W.Whitelock,Cjoverdale. &Mrs.Strain, with son Barry, were only a few people in the the aim is a better use of COMPLIMENT OR WHAT arrived on Saltspring last hotel at the time of the fire. The prisoner was about to weekend are settled in their The downstai rs coffee shop and present services rather than new home. Another son, Her- dining room were closed. increased service. The matter be freed and the chaplain was bert Jr v is at present in Eng- Owner Archie McCowan wi 11 be brought before a meet- giving him some parting ad- land. Mr. Strain was formerly plans to re-open for business ing of the island Joint Coun- vice: employed at the Provincial as soon as repairs can be com- "Try to remember what Court House in Penticton. pleted. ROD & GUN ANNUAL FETE HUGE SUCCESS - Upwards of 60 members & guests attended v he annual Rod & Gun Club awards dinner last Friday evening at the Harbour House Hotel, Best set of horns-Jim Spencer when a delicious dinner of venison was enjoyed by all. Mr. Vic .Jackson,President,chaired Hidden weight prize went the meeting An unexpected feature of the dinner was the attendance of visiting Game to Dick Royal wno guessed jrden, Frank Greenfield of the Nanaimo Game Region Mr. Jackson gave a short report 133 1/2 Ibs on a carcass ^recent activity in the club,highlighting the new club house and inviting those present to weighing 137 Ibs. Jokoverthenewfacilities.ATurkey shoot is to be held soon with the competition including Following the banquet a bows & arrows as well as the usual rifle shoot Visitors from Galiano Rod & Gun were Mr. very good time was enjoyed &Mrs.Thomas Carolan Des.Crofton gave an entertaining report on his hunt in th'e Cariboo by the members and many where he traded a good pair of shoes,left behind in the fog, for a Caribou, shot near Blan - guests at the Fulford Hafl shard Lake.... .Mr. Fred Morris reported on the fishing and hunting competitions held during where everyone danced till the year In the junior division of the Fish Derby, Daphne Mouat was the proud winner early morning. Music was of a new cup, donated by Mr. "Slim" Thorburn for annual competition with her catch of a provided by the 'Melody Lads' 13 Ib. salmon Rick Parsons took second prize in absentia for his 12 lb.7oz. fish and Mrs. Bev. Byron was the Lucky Miss Linda Anderson took thid prize for a 8 Ib. 1 oz. catch The Senior Fishing Derby lady winning the draw prize. was taken by Fred Morris who was awarded the cup but neglected to mention the weight. 2na prize- Claudia Fletcher; Second Award went to Pres. Vic Jackson with a 14-1 Ib. catch, while Bud Connery took 3rd prize-Joe Moulton,4th third place with a 12-15 Ib. fish Mr. L. Lorentson Presented the Hunting Awards. Bud prize-Jane Jarman;5th prize Connery took first place with a 146 3/4 Ib. deer. Second 'prize went to Gordon Scarff for Ernie Brenton Jr. his deer only 1/4 Ib lighter, 146 1/2 Ibs Biggest Buckof the season-Mr. Bud Connery. C f. K t J5 Pag MEMORIAL SERVICE - GANGES CENOTAI November 11th, 1963. (Photo by Marshall Sharp) Colour Party - left to right, Mr. Peter Cartwright, Mr. Ben Greenhough.Standard bearer,Mrs. Isabel Devine. REMEMBRANCE SERVICES home after spending several Mr.F.Kirkham,First Vice weeks in Ottawa, Toronto, President of the Royal Cana- and other eastern points. B A I L E Y , M O N T E I T H , HOLMS & CO. dian Legion, Branch 92,re- portsabig turnout to all Re- GANGES PHARMACY Chartered Accountants CHANGES HANDS membrance weekend activit- 1207 Douglas S t r e e t Zenith 6411 ies. Mrs.Margret Wells, popu- . The Sunday Church parade lar pharmacist in Ganges for T. Bailey, F. C. A. W. G. Holms, C. A. tp' St. George's Church was the past 15 years, is leaving J^.Wood, B. Com., C . A . attended by JO Legion mem- for Victoria soon. Mrs. We I Is bersand 15 L.A. The colour will start work at Me Gil I & party were F.Kirkham and F. Orme Pharmacy in Victoria Gilman. Standard Bearer for after the new year. Friends the L.A.was Mrs. I.Devine. will be glad to know that Mrs. Colour Party ,Ben Green - Wei Is wi 11 have weekends free hough and Peter Cartwright to visit the Island. headed the November llth November 28th Mr. Leslie parade to the Cenotaph with Ramsey of Victoria will take byglerBert Drysdale of Vic- over operation of Ganges toria .Services were conducted Pharmacy. Mr. Ramsey is by Rev. S.J . Leech assisted married with four children. A GOOD SELECTION O'F by Archdeacon G. H. Holmes and Dr. Norah Hughes.Fol- WAY WARD'S BOXED CHRISTMAS CARDS' lowing the two minute si lence, NOW ON DISPLAY wreaths were laid at the Ceno- B.C. FUNERAL CO. LTD. taph in memory of those COME IN & CHOOSE YOURS EARLY "Serving Since 1867" who died in the wars. FROM AQC UP The Annual Veterans Din- DIGNIFIED SERVICE ner in Mahon Hall Monday evening was convened by Mrs. WITHIN THE MEANS Alan Hedger.About 120 vet- OF EVERY FAMILY EXQUISITE i EXCLUSIVE Card erans attended the banquet including South African vet- EV. 6-3505 erans ,Richard Britton andH.S. 734 Broughton V I C T O P ' A $ 3.95 $ 7.95 Norris/and 16 women veter- ans. 1962,the first year wo- New Stock of [)|*|£*n GANGES PHARMACY menattended the dinner, 10 Artificial Foliage women were present. and Flowers * * * .H. Laurie,St. Mr. *&*Mrs. J * * * * * * PHONE: 116-W ready-mix Mor Lake, have returned Gulf Island Florists Phone: 118, Ganges, or 266 CONCRETE Serving Gulf Islands ALSO JOHN- ROAD GRAVEL FILL RAINSFORD BACKHOE WORK SHALE 'Phone 753-4621 R.R. #2Nanaimo,B.C. MOILISOJNL _A_SCARf£ T hu r s d a y , N o v e m b e r 14, 1963 * D R I F T W O O D Vol 4 No. 35 Page 3 GOOD LUCK,DRIFTWOOD up advertising, I believe. She their backs for a spjendid by Bea Hamilton looked fearfully businesslike.) job well done It isn't really my place to write about the Open We met everyone at the Driftwood on Saturday-and Good luck,Arlene. PIRATE DAY VOGUE House at the Driftwood Book Store on Saturday. Nov. 9th. all appreciated the hot cups of coffee and tea and cookies QUESTIONED Following a report by the CLEANERS W E E K L Y That is strictly Ganges ter- handed out a 1 1 afternoon . One Pirate Days Central Commit- PICK-UP and DELIVERY ritory and I'm South end-Ful- gets the fee I ing that our Drift- tee at the recent quarterly meeting of the Chamber of EVERY WEDNESDAY ford news chaser. But the wood is here to stay. It drifts Commerce,a member question- Ganges correspondent, the worthy Elsie Worthington was with the tide into a number of countries and people are ed who wanted Pirate Days PHONE and what good did it do? there and one of the hostesses, so perhaps it won't be out of place for me to make a few always writing to say how they enjoy and look for the news of their friends and re- Many citizens are against commercializing the Island with hot dog stands etc. Chairman C. Horel an- 156 remarks ? lations. It is like a letter FREE MOTHPROOFING swered that Pirate Days was First however I'd like to from home, say some of them. initiated so that local people say that the former spirits of So you see, it is quite impor- could enjoy such a get-to- the previous trade which had tant to get your news and gether and to attract the bet- Dutch occupied the premises until names into print-every home ter type of people to the Is- Beauty recently,were conspicuously should have the Driftwood land . He stated that the Com- mittee feels these objectives Salon absent.One might say that a each week, because besides were accompl ished during the new spirit has taken over(so helping out production, it celebration. it's no use peeking into dark is wise to see what you have Wednesday ( Thursday. For enjoyment of the local corners for a possible for- been doing yourself-and you people the member suggested STEAM PERMANENTS gotten cache-a I l,a 11 has been can keep tabs on your neigh- that Recreational Holdings TINTING & STYLING liquidated!) bours! An Island newspaper be given support, so that the To enter the Driftwood like this can be a help in so recreational area may be de- Nelly & Frank Schwagly Store, one walks into a many ways, keeping pne up veloped further. "DISTINCTIVE STYLING* friendly atmosphere and a to date on community affairs Decision whetherto con- tinue Pirate Days on an an- FOR delightful array of books to and advertisements, coming suit all tastes, paintings on the walls by local artists, and cards, calendars and other events and what have you ? Besides, it's a jolly good nual basis was deferred for the incoming executive. PHONE 4O writing material on the stands. But mostly one notices the friendliness and enthusiasm little paper, even if "I does sez it as shouldn't". We owe the existence of the Driftwood to Woody Fisher BuckerfielcTSi Zenith 6292 PHONE of the editors Arlene and Jim don't forget, and somehow CALL TOLL FREE Ward,and their gang of inky one will always remember FOR ALL YOUR FARM & GARDEN SUPPLIES fingered Press promulgators, him and his stirring ideas. Deliveries Every Week AND there's quite a gang- The present publishers are to Phone Before 5 P.M. - Monday. the youngsters are Brian,Gail be congratu lated on keep! ng Patty,Donna,Robin ana Ric, up the good work and here's and with Mrs. Joyce Roper, wishing them success in their, Marshall Sharp (ondeck when new quarters and a pat on he isn't in the dark room)and Prepare your car for rugged winter driving of course Elsie Worthington. C H A R L E S R. HOREt now] We have the products and There are others-Mrs. De- N O T A R Y PUBLIC the expert service you want. Long,Mrs. Loiselle and Mer- Wills - Mortgages Time For ida Cummings.(l saw Merida Conveyancing - Documents ESSO-RAD.ANTI FREEZE several times in Victoria re- cently she was busy chasing island Garage P H O N E : 52 12Cu.Ft. MARQUETTE REFRIGERATOR TECUMSEH COMPRESSOR: Protected for life against air, moisture and dirt. Moving parts . REALLY BIG! FAMILY-SIZED CAPACITY ."FROST FREE" FREEZER WALLS . NEW "MAGNETIC DOORS" . AUTOMATIC DEFROSTING • MOIST COLD REFRIGERATOR $269.50 • EFFICIENT INSULATION MOUAT BROS. Thursday, November 14, 196 D R I T W O O D Vol. 4 No. 35 Page 4 Published weekly on Salt Spring Island, G. A. Ward, Editor, CONTRIBUTORS COLUMN P.O. Box'250,, Ganges, B.C., Canada. Phone: 176 Auth- orized as second class mail, Post Office Dept., Ottawa, R E M E M B E R ME postage paid at Ganges, B.C. Duncan representative Mrs. Say when I die I'll not f o r g o t t e n be, L. Lpiselle, Victoria representative Miss Merida Cummings But be r e m e m b e r e d through e t e r n i t y ; OH Mb. B MB j^Hk HBh m MB im Nor shall my song at t w i l i g h t s o f t l y f a d e , D W FORM A LE EA NIET O R IO F L P R O S Y But live f o r e v e r in the v o w s we made. A new form of Leprosy is abroad Much has been said Say when I pass f r o m out t h i s v a l e of tears^ and written in recent times about problems in parent-child The thought of me you'll cherish through the years relationships, especially with reference to the age group And hold me f o n d l y in your m e m o r y . known as the teenager. There is no area of human society Or s o m e t i m e s s p a r e a t e n d e r sigh for me. that is more guaranteed to raise a storm of discussion pro and con and temperatures as when parents or teenagers get Then w i l l I leave you not;but from the realm talking on the subject of the opposite side. Where those await who t r a v e l l e d on b e f o r e , During the course of a number of discussions on the sub- My hand s h a l l guide c m d , s t e a d y on the helm ject recently, one has been increasingly concerned about S h a l l b r i n g y o u s a f e l y t o that d i s t a n t s h o r e . the fact that parents and teenagers apparently have no way of really talking with each other. . have lost the ability to And I s h a l l greet you on some g l a d s o m e morn sit down and honestly talk over their feelings about each When all the U n i v e r s e is young and g a y ; other. Or even for that matter, to just sit down and talk with And L o v e , t r i u m p h a n t - o I d - a nd yet n e w - b o r n , each other about anything! Shall come to blossom in that wondrousd a y . No one would suggest that it is necessarily a bad thing H.B.Dickens. that the two groups have their own interests and activities * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * appropriate to their own age groups, but we say there is room for real concern when we observe the apparent suspicion and ARE SALT SPRING ISLANDERS IN FAVOUR OF PIT LAMPING? hostility with which teenagers treat adults as a group. Observe, Last week THE GULF ISLANDER took a quick running punch at Salt Spring Islanders when, by inference at least , for example, how the conversation dies when an adult joins it was suggested that we are in favour, not only of protecting a group of teen agers how the young folk retire to a pit lampers, but promoting the activity. secluded corner and resort to whispering as though some great All of this came about because some rather inexperienced plot was in the making. Galiano pit lampers shot at a pair of gleaming eyes in the Recently a group of teenagers came to visit a home in dark of the Golf Course and managed to bag a lovely saddle horse. To give the boys credit, they voluntarily confessed the late evening,ostensibly having been invited by a mem- to the crime. And following due process of law, we doubt ber of that home. The parent was sitting in the living room very much that they will hunt by this means again. when they entered and he greeted them with a hello and There have been other more experienced hunters who have won't you come in and sit down. With only the barest greet- learned the same lesson the hard way - by paying the heavy ing in reply on the part of the young people,that retired in fine levied against convicted pit lampers. This has even happened on Salt Spring within the past few years. a body to the kitchen closing the connecting door, and pro- However, to infer that Salt Spring Island is trying to ceeded to prepare the cofee they had come for. The parent, hide the fact that pit fampinggoes on here is a bitffar out. expecting to chat for a moment and then retire, was left Not being a night roving animal, this editor confesses she facing a closed door... .a symbol of his frustration! hasn't been cruising the wet bush after nightfall in search of Teenagers hate the CBC.Not because the CBCis neces - lawbreakers. But since both conservation officers and RCMP sari ly distasteful but because adults in general prefer the CBC are always on the ilokout, we feel that the matter is not be- ing buried and forgotten about. Not that it makes the crime to other radio broadcasts. Teenagers adore CFUN - Not be- more palatable, but pit lamping is a problem throughout the cause they all dig the programs presented, but because few coastal area, and is not exclusively native to the Islands. intelligent parents would be caught listening to the shouting Gun Clubs, conservation officers and police are all working drivvel with which it insults the airways. to control it. Why is it ?Are parents and adults as a group so objection- A program of education to teach young hunters their able their company cannot be tolerated by teenagers?..... responsibilities in the use of firearms is the most potent wea- much less trusted and enjoyed? If a parent deliberately tries pon yet foundto reduce the lawlessness prevalent among the hunting fraternity. Instead of screaming loud and long about to breakthrough this wall ,he is met with a garbled, mumbled pit lamping, why not promote safe and sane hunting? 'yes'or 'no1, or a few hasty words after which the teenagers retreat as soon as possible to a safe distance where further communication is impossible. An excellent and highly necessary social research pro- C H U R C H E S gram could and should be undertaken to try and discover the S U N D A Y , NOVEMBER 17th, 1963 root causes for this vast gulf of suspicious non-fraternization. ANGLICAN - St. Mark's: 11:00 a.m., Holy Communion; This is a challenge to teenagers to answer this werious St. George's: 8:30 a.m., Holy Communion, 7:30 p.m. accusation of extreme rudeness and hostility. Maybe there is Evensong; St. Mary's: 2:30 p.m., Evensong. a bona fide reason for it, in which case it is all the more UNITED - Ganges, 11:00 a.m.; Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. imporatant that it be talked about. Let's talk about it, even ROMAN CATHOLIC - Our Lady of Grace: Holy Mass, if it can only be in writing.Your identity will be kept con- 10:45 a.m.; StT Paul's (FuIford Harbour) - 9:00 a.m. fidential if you wish. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE - Mahon Hall, 11:00 a.m. THE DEVIL'S DICTIONARY - Ambrose Bierce FULL GOSPEL CHAPEL- Sunday School, 10:30 a.m. Meanings here wi 11 never be found i n any regular dictionary. Evening Service, 7:30 p.m. AMNESTY, n. The state's magnanimity to those offenders JEHOVAH WITNESSES - Mahon Hall, 2:00 p.m. • whom it would be too expensive to punish. '_ Thursday, Novem b er 1 4 , 1 . .3 DR I F T W C ' . 4 No. 35 Page 5 "f 'THE GUILD OF SUNSHINE special ne*ed; assistance with $4000 had bti:r juised and . .air to be loaned to out- 1 A HALF CENTURY OF financing for an eye opera- spenf on behalf of others. going hospital patients. A COMPASSION tion,and for medical care, in Several money-raising cordial invitation to the af- a polio case, are but a few methods have been used by fair is extended to everyone. by Elsie Worthington of the good deeds recorded. Gui Id members over the years. One sometimes hears the Asick-benefit fund for mem- In 1918 a piano was purchas- question: "What is the Guild bers was organized about ed for Mahon Hall and rent- of Sunshine?What does it do"? 1918and maintained for sev-^ ed to other groups to cover ALEC'S The Guild,organized in 19117 era I years. payment of the instrument. MEAT MAR.KET is comprised of a group of Records show that the Catering was done for agri- on Jackson Avenue Iwomen, (numbering at present about 25 to 30members)who, in the words of the Guild's in keeping with the policy constitution, are banded to- Guild has been generous in cultural fair dinners; also a its help to community projects, flower show was sponsored, annual everlt-was held in "to support efforts that make- 1921. The Guild's Fall Sqle PHONE: 258 Rib-end gether "to help each other; for the happiness and wel- and Tea, another well-esta- our neighbours; our institut- fare of others." Assistance blished annual project,will LOIN PORK 49$ Ib. ions or other benevolent in- to Lady Minro Hospital has be held this year on Saturday Centre Loin terest to brighten other always been a prime objective November23rdat 2 p.m. irt, CHOPS 59$ Ib. lives and bring sunshine to of the Guild. More than Mahon Hall. all." Proceeds from the Sale Stock Up On This! $ 1500 was donated to the and Tea will be used for as- The Ladies meet in Mahon hospital in the course of 50 sistance with the children's Hall Board Room on the 3rd years. Old minutes reveal section of the new library, Open Wednesday : Tuesday of each month, and- that a cookstove was purchas- and also to purchase a wheel again following their consti- ed in 1930 for the old Hospi- tution- "all business is con- tal located on Ganges Hill, AT YOUR SERVICE ANYTIME for buying or selling property ducted independently of reli- and a donation of $25. made On Salt Spring or the other Gulf Islands gious beliefs,politics or nat- annually during depression ionality." The group has also, years.For the new hospital, HQWARD BYRON *T at all times, followed the un- built in 1957,the "Guildof DOUGLAS HAWKES LTD, written rule of secrecy where Sunshine "ward was furnish- RE~AL ESTATE 817-A FORT ST. VICTORIA,B.C. help has been extended to ed at cost of $ 700. Ev. 4-7128 RES. GANGES 114-R. needy persons.Records show Conservative estimates that on occasion such help state that by the time of the has been repaid,perhaps years golden jubilee a tota,! of later,by grateful recipients. The late Mrs.Arthur Wal- Traveleyden IpMIISSING A LINK IN YOUR i ters was the first president to FURNACB OIL SERVICE? guide the footsteps of the in- Tickets fantsociety. In the following year, 1912,the late Mrs. AIR Keservations Check the extra benefits you get with our Shell Heat'n-a-hurry Furnace La yard was elected president; Oil Service. the Late Mrs. Dean served , Tickets SIA as vice-president and Mrs. Bastin/iow living in Victoria was the first secretary. By Reservations Tickets a Automatic keep filled service the end of 1912 the assets of the young group totalled $345.a healthy sum in those BUS Reservations T!ckete n 24 hour maintenance service days. TOURS Reservations r~~l Free Sonitor protection Several items of interest appear in a history of the For trouble-free heating comfort all Guild of Sunshine, written HOTEL Reservations winter long, phone ] 24 forthe Golden Jubilee of the group in 1961 by Mrs. A.H. Lowe,Victoria,president of Never a Service Charge McMANUS the Guild at that time. Aid to fire victims; purchase of 766 FORT EV 6-4201 SHELL SERVICE a washing machine to fill a FOR IMMEDIATE SALE TWO ONLY, W A T E R F R O N T LOTS AT EACH CONTACT HAROLD, GIL OR JIM REAL ESTATE INSURANCE FIRE AUTO MARINE LIABILITY PHONE 52 SALT SPRING LANDS 131-W NIGHTS W C f , o, 4 No . 35 Page 6 VICTORIA LAN^- iiECOBDjNG PI STRICT-TAKE NOTICE CLASSIFIED that Charles pTeydell Moat of Ganges, B.C •,occupation retired,intends to apply for a lease of the following NOTICES described lands;- Commencing at a post planted on the VICTORIA LAND RECORDING DISTRICT-TAKE NOTICE high water mark of Long Harbour at the south-westerly that Mary O. Fellows of Ganges,B.C., occupation res- comer of Lot 9, North Salt Spring |siand;thence on a taurant operator,intends to apply for a lease of the fol- production southerly of the west boundary of said Lot 9 lowing described lands, situate on Ganges Harbour,North for 200 feet; thence S 36° W for 500 feet; thence S 68° E Salt Spring lsland,adjoining Lot 338,Cowichan District:- , for 875 feet; thence N15 E for approximately 250 feet to Commencing at a post planted at the south-west corner of the high water mark of Long Harbour; thence following Lot 338,Cowichan District; thence easterly along the said high water mark in a general north-westerly direction, south boundary of the said Lot to the south-east corner to the point of commencement, and containing 8.9 acres thereof; thence north-westerly along the east boundary of more or less, for the purpose of a yacht basin. Dated 15th the said Lot to the north-east corner thereof; thence along; October, 1963. Charles Pieydell Moat per A.W.Wolfe- a production easterly of the north boundary of the said Lot; Milner, B.C.L.S. Agent. for 25 feet; thence south-westerly and parallel to the east The Dutch Beauty Salon will be open before the Christmas boundary of the said Lot for 110 feet; thence S 83° 42' Wi Season-As follows: Tuesday Dec. 17th from 11 A.M. till for approximately 100 feet to the high water mark of Ganges Harbour; thence following the said high water mark late evening. Wednesday 18th, Thursday 19th and also Friday Dec. 20th extra till late evening. Closed on Monday in a north-westerly direction to the point of commencement and Tuesday Dec. 23rd and 24th. - BEFORE NEW YEAR. and containing 0.13 acres, more or less, for the purpose \ Monday Dec. 30th from 9 A.M. till late evening. May we of a parking lot and fill. Dated September 23rd, 1963. remind you to make your appointments early to avoid the Mary O. Fellows Per A.W. Wolfe-Milner B.C.L.S.Agentl. Holiday rush. Thank You. NOTICE OF CHANGE IN TARIFF & TJME SCHEDULES P.T.A. General Meeting Monday Nov. 18th at 8:15 P.M. in the Home Economics Room at Senior High. The programme Application has been made to the Public Utilities Commiss-, will be a Students Panel & the Topic for discussion will be ion to fi le Revised Time Schedules between Ganges and Fern- "How We Should Be Treated" Interesting Topic for the wood Wharf,Vesuvius Bay, Fulford Harbour and Cusheon Appreciation of Adults. Lake. Also to revise fares between Ganges and Cusheon FOR S A L E Lake, Fulford Harbour,Fernwood Wharf and Vesuvius Bay. RAINBOW NURSERY-Fruit Trees-Ever-Greens-Roses etc.,' In addition to this Charter Passenger (Taxi) Rates are also R JF. Vapaavuori - Phone 252-R. being revised. Copies of Time Schedules,Public Passenger Tariff and Charter Passenger Tariff are available for Winter Carrots for Sale also Onions - Phone - Mrs. Public inspection at the Taxi Office, Ganges/Saltspring Murakami - Rainbow Rd. - 217-H. Island. The Effective Date of the above Schedules and l-28Ft. Extension Ladder-as new- 1-Circulating Heater Tariffs will be NOVEMBER 25th, 1963. Brick Lined -wood and coal. - 1-Electric Motor-1/4 H.P. ANY OBJECTIONS MUST BE FILED WITH THE SUPERIN- D.C.- 1-Electric Motor- 1/4 H.P. -A.C. — 1-Wood TENDENT OF MOTOR CARRIERS, 1740 WEST GEORGIA Furnace as new-Phone - 186-X. STREET, VANCOUVER (5), B.C. ON OR BEFORE CLASSIFIED CONTINUED ON PAGE 9. NOVEMBER 12th, 1963. BILL'S TAXI LIMITED, Ganges, Saltspring Is. * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * BUSINESS DIRECTORY *************** AAGE VILLADSEN DAVID PALLOT E R N S E B O O T H BUILDING CONTRACTOR CERTIFIED Class-A ELECTRICIAN PLUMBING & HEATING Quality Homes, Renovations COMPLETE ELECTRICAL SERVICE INSTALLATIONS - REPAIRS Additions, Cabinets,Free Estimates installations-Repairs-Appliances FREE E S T I M A T E S GANGES PHONE: 2 3 3 - Y CALL - DAY or NIGHT 30-M P H O N E : 130 W. J. MOLLISON HARRY'S WATER TAXI Dick's Ready-Mix Concrete - Cement • Gravel - Fill - Shale - Freight TWO FAST BOATS Radio PHONE: "Crackerjack 11" & "Crackerjill" & T.V. Ganges Phone: 150 PHONE 244 266 or 1 16 - W RADIO CONTROLLED GULF PLUMBING & HEATING MAGIC MIRROR-Beauty Salon MARSHALLSHARP PHOTOGRAPHY FRED LUDDINGTON Specializing in-Permanent Waving Portraits, especially of children, Furnace & Oil Burner Service Hair Styling,Tinting, Cutting. weddings, groups & events, pass- FREE ESTIMATES Open 6 days a week-Friday to 9 p. m. ports,aerial pictures,greeting cards, PHONE 62-M PHONE: 746-4811 -Duncan Plaza. jold pictures copied. Phone; 50; SALT SPRING AUTO WRECKERS PAN ABODE Fuller Brush Repair Cars, Farm Equip. BJi LDINGS L T D . t i l l e r s / lawnmowers Est i m a t e s . Agent A c e t y l e n e & arc W e l d i n g /. H. L A M B . R. A . F O U L I S ' H O N E : 67 - A, A L E X MAR R . R . * 1, G A N G E S 129 - M GANGES, B.C. >HONE:67 - A, ALEX MARCOTTE WHNITEK FOR ALL YOUR B1OW BRITISCOHIMBiA 5V0<: per copy BUILDING NEEDS ? LAND OF NEW HORIZONS CONSULT Scenic and Floral Pictures of Beautiful British Columbia CRUICKSHANK CONSTRUCTION NEW D R I F T W O O D BOOK S T O R E . PHONE:176. PHONE: 133-Qor205-Q THE Thursday, N o v e m b e r 14 196, D R I F T W O .Vol 4 No. 35 P a g e 7 FULFORD NEWS saying couldn't be printed, about India its conditions and by Bea Hamilton by the sound of it! They were future and how Christian Lea- ravin' fit to bust! ders can help that future. People lovethe DOMINION Mr.&Mrs.O. Hayes of Morn- ************ Final plans for the Fall HOTEL IN VICTORIA RememberU.C.W. Bazaar on Winter Months at Newport Nov. 19th,Nan's Coffee Bar Sale on Nov. 30th were re- excellent food-very central Beach,California, USA.They at 2:30 P.M. ported, following a meeting yet quiet and relaxing will return home in the Spring. of the convenors at the home Make it your HEADQUARTERS I *********** * * * * * * * * * * * * ANGLICAN WA. PLANS of Mrs. C. Leggett. Christ-, « Miss Jean Gibling has return- FLOWER CONTEST edito her home in Chemaihus, ed mas decorations will compli - ( Anq I i can W,A. members ment thearticles and novelties ^ xjL KJ ^ V C aft, spending a few days with :after her in tea-table flower arrange- ... , AUTO WRECKING CO. LTD. R. Gibling. The next meeting will be ment competition,to be judg- * * * * * * * * * * * * Dr.&Mrs.D.H.Bunt of Trent- ed by popular vote at the an- held on the evening of Dec. on , Ont. have been the guests nual Christmas bazaaron Dec. 12th at the Manse concluding AUTO of Mr.&Mrs.A.Sheffield for 7in St.George's Parish Hall, with a Mystery Pal party. a week. Mrs. Bunt is Mr. Shef- it was decided at the meeting Following the meeting, & ACCESSORIES PARTS field's daughter. held Nov. 8 in the parish tea was served by Mrs. Scot hall,with Mrs.E. Worthing - We Specialize in * * * * * * * * * * * Clark and Mrs. H. Ashley. Lore Model Wreck* Mr.&Mrs.W.Y.Stewart have ton in the chair. returned home after spending ************ Factory Rebuilt The affair will open at the last three months visiting 10:30 a.m. and continue Some people would not hesi- Exchanges relatives and friends in Eng- throughout the day. Coffee tate to drive up to the gate • Transmissions land, Ireland and Scotland. and light refreshments will be of heaven and honk. • Water Pumps They travel led via the steam- served" during the morning, John Andrew Holmes. • Fuel Pumps ships Homeric, and returned with afternoon tea available by way of the S.S.Rydan. later in the day. A variety of MAYNARD'S • International Mufflers Coming back,says Mrs.Stew- goods will be offered on the Bonded art, they ran into storms.But following stalls: Christmas • Major Batteries AUCTIONEERS they all had a delightful gifts, Mrs. W.H.Saunder? in • Seat Coven holiday -. Since 1902 charge;needlework, convened Parts for All Moke* * * * * * * * * * * * by Mrs. A.W. Barber; home Contents of homes Of Can mi Track* The Fulford Hall committee baking, Mrs. Victor Jdckson; purchased for cash or are sponsoring a smorgasbord cash advances made on supper at the Fulford rial! on plants and garden produce,Mrs. consignments forauction. EV 5-4478 N.A. Howland and Mrs. J. Friday, November 15th at 731 Johnson St. Byron; Christmas Tree, Mrs. After Hours - Sandy Irwin - EV 4-5446 6:30 P.M. The charge is EV 4-5921 EV 4-1621 Eric Faure; pantry, Vesuvius 1023 VIEW • Betvn»&*k and Vancouver $1 .25 per adult, and 75$ for Bay Circ le;delicatessen, Even- children 12and under.Tickets Victoria ing Branch. Mrs. George are on sale at Patterson's store Laundry uuunuiy will be refreshment Tl° i ™ is Welcome. ery ne ° Convener for the day. W.A. thankoffering for GOODMAN * * * * * * * * * * * * Mr.A.E.Roddisishomeagain. the year will be presented at FUNERAL HOME He has been following" the a s P ecial S,f' f™?™'* **% crowds of people travelling5^1" <° be held Nov. 30 SERVING to the Old Counrty, and was «'2:30. p.m. in St. George s THE GULF ISLANDS . ... /'. • Church. away visiting relatives and Following the meeting tea friends m England (and maybe WQS seryed , Mrs. J. H. P h o n e : 100 Day or N i g h t other places)for the last three Laurie and Mrs. Harold'Price, D. Goodman, Ganges months or so. Me said he had * * * * * * * * * * * a good time and enjoyed every- The regubr meeH rf ^ thmg-Everythmg1Well,almost M; SLE6GBROTHERS h u; f h everything - S.S. Rydan, on which he travel lea home, was held at the home of sailed into stormy weather- F. Zenkie with 14 members (same time and same ship in and 2 visitors present. The LUMBER LTD. which the Stewart^ travelled.) devotional period was taken * * * * * * * * * * * The W.I. members will meet by Mrs.G. Scarff, who took Lumber & Building at the home of Mrs. Low on "Faith" as her theme. REGULAR DELIVERIES TO THE Isabella Point road at 2 P.M. Miss A. Herd reported GULF ISLANDS n Nov. 14th. Don't Forget. that $20.00 was spent to buy Planning - remodelling - financing * * * * * * * * * * * Christmas gifts for the adopted Have you ever heard Ravens boy in Hong Kong and his A Complete Building Service in an argument ?Four of them were yelling at each other family/also that enough mon- For Estimates & Order Desk iyesteraay,twoon a tree back ey has been given to pay for call Harry Parker collect. _ _ «AC. of Lacy's and two back of his support in 1964. Sidney, B.C. ph.475-1125 Nellery,and what they were The missionery talk was NORWICH UNION LIFE INSURANCE SOCIETY W.F. TKORBURN Phone 52 DAYS 131-W EVENINGS FREE DELIVERY ECV 6-1622 ITALIAN FOODS IMPORT 5 Flooi's of FurnllL THESE VICTORIA Specializing in Italian BUSINESSES ARE HAPPY ignd European Foods 737 P. C McEWAM'S Yatei TO SERVE YOU MEN'S SHOES IS2I Douglas Street 385-7923 EV 2-51 I I 1447 Doug I as St.' Victoria; B.C. SPECIALIZING IS Kuunilatlon Garment P ROYAL OAK GARDEN CENTRE Jk^4456 Wei* Saanich Road SIDNEY PHARMACY Lingerie, Housecoat tint I Ho*ierv 4 o. MiaHAM, m.*c. f. '"f?' ' • ' ' • • K a '\' SEEDS ' I: '-'-'} | ..-, .„ CORSAGES '-"••• •• '""" FERTILIZER J l ' U N E R A l . DESIGNS GR 5-2913 - "BKACON AVE., HONEY. ».C. • 385-7028 COKSKT SHO1' FRESH CL'T FLOWERS SHRUBS NEW ADDRESS Bt'LBS Iflll DOUGLAS STRKKT "For RVPI-V BluominR Thing" BOX 488 PRESCRIPTIONS TIRES BALANCING TRUING ALIGNMENT Neir :The Ba.v " • Fl'RNITURE AND APPLIANCES HUM Tool Repair 3loor Co. J!tJ. Pick up on way i FROM WAREHOUSE TO YOUR HOUSE BUTLER BROTHERS Convenient Location SUPPLISS LTD. ] Block South of Roundabout on 1710 DOUCLA* LAYING - SANDING - FINISHING TELEVISION • • • APPLIANCES ROBERT'S MACHINERY • • - ' • . . C I I . . 1'AIXTS • * CK MARSOS i479-2053pffice Phone 2 4 1 6 Government St. 384-4812 » TELEVISION UKNTAI. SKHVICK • 5 3 1 Bastion Street "384-0343 j For your eailnc pleasurp MITCHELL & ANDERSON Sidney, B.C. 475-1 134 Dine in an atmosphere of elegant* Reservations ldvlH<l Lumber - Hardware i TELEPHONE HELKN AHMSON. Ho»l. _^742 FORT ST Enter at Reuwoatl Park Motel 383-7104 VICTORIA. B. C. EV 2-9171 141 Gorge Rd. E. Quality rhildren's Clolhinu Imported Knglinh Wwlen^ Brides - To - Be ... NEW LOCATION BIRTH — 15 V K A R S t <H>in Croup'; Everything for 125 e CHILPRUFE it I ' ~ COATS "" OPTICAL D5SPENS3NG LTD. A Free Sift •IMPORTED E N G L I S H (JHOfJ If you bring this ai Room 4 1 1 , Jones Bldg. 723 Fort St. t "^WOOLLENSg^^FORT STREET. Hu h MacDONALDS 752 Fort Street Phone 332-5713 « o'Nm-opucan ipHONE EV4-0613O1J C 1821 COOK STREET 385-2435 Major PKT^WSet Appliances Paris t Service LadiesJ.Veajr ^(bonded) TELE-TECH SERVICES LTD. TAHTH FOR — Si»=(>(|. Queen Phllco-Bendix Rodex Coats £td. Kclvinatoi- G. E Moffat Wesflnghouse Imported Knits 1824 Johnson St..EV3-7911 1202 Wharf Streef 385-6783 Suits.'- Sweater^ Dresses, Etc. HOURIGANS LINOLEUM CARPETS Drive-!n Sales Barns _ .TILE _ CERAMIC TILE Lf 715 Pandora Ave. ""'L-24CU 2000 Government St. Victoria. B.C. 642 Fort St. PH. 384-2416 FOR LUMBER - PLYWOOD and TELEPH O N E ' 3B5-2742, BIG or teeny Feed - Fertiliieri ALL BUILDING MATERIALS HEANEY The Trophy Shop Garden Supplies 63 Years in VictcrTia ON NEW HOMES OR IMPROVEMENTS -urniture & BuildinaMDY_[nq Exclusive Lines at Reasonable PHONE General Cartage Service ' Prices - Dependable Service SCOTT & PlDEN 382-4281 Opposite . .578 YATES STREE-T, Post Office ! V I C T O R I A , B.C. : 506 Cormorant St. ZENITH 6146 (Toll Fr.. S.r»ic«l i .DELICIOUS FOODS _ | , .Comfort & Convenience- F. W. FRANCIS LTD. Right next to eyerytliing in JEWELLERS,, town Everything in Jewellery HOTEL STRATHCONA Walch It Jewellery Repalrm Douglas at Broughton [384-2261 -1684 Douglas . ZS. 7>ifiet 'Sutdieil Sy&ttHtt BUSINESS FORMS" GULF ISLANDS FERRY SERVICE • Bi«.kfnt • Lundwon • Olnnw & Summer Schedule — Local Daylight Saving T>me SALT SPRING ISLAND SERVICE 3020 DeualM ttntt EVtmrMn 4-3013 EQUIPMENT "liT IN TO VICTOHIA" Sllnday- u Bay Lv Fu or o on -" - " <l £. 0« 8:30 a.m. 9:30 a.m. 6:30 a.m. 10:30 a.m. 1 1 :30 a.m.Lv. swari«_B», 7:30 a.m. 12:30 p.m. 1-30 p.m. Sundays ami Fridays only HANG THIS PAGE l\ JO p.m. O.Ort -. , A'XX ^ PATRONIZE 3:30 p.m. * BY YOUR PHONfr 4;30p.m. 5:30 p.m. Lv- Fulford 10:30 p.m. THESE STORES FOR EA C> >t?:«J'' p.m -7 OA WHEN 3:30 p.m. P ™ 1 - - '•"" *"H:30 p.m. IN V I C T O R I A Thursday, Npven.ut; - in U K , No. 35 P a g e 9 During the weekend festi- resulted in the following win- since 1932.The few rimes he in memory of Islanders who vitiesat Fulfordsome not very ners: Class A: T.L.Mclntyre •was unable to attend,his son died in two world wars.Mrs. funny prankster swiped the and Alex. McManus; S.J. Jack filled in for him.This Byron wore the uniform of the key from the door at St. Mary's Wagg and C. J.Shantz;Mr. yearboththe Drysdales,who WAC., First World War. Church, after locking the and Mrs. Fred Morris; Mrs. were members of the Cana- door. It didn't do any actual T.J. Sharland and Mrs. A. dian Scottish Regiment,at- Mr.P.D.Crofton and son Barry, damage, but caused a lot of Jobin. tended the service.OLDEST Victoria,were guests at Har- people unnecessary inconven- Class B:Mrs. Jas.Hawk- VETERAN IN PARADE bour House overthe week end. ience. Ordinary keys can be sworth and Mrs. Dorothy Hook; Dr.WilliamT. Lockhart,who MORE easily replaced,but this one Mr.&Mrs. W.Trelford;Mr.& served over-seas in the First Iis the original key to the Mrs.G.Cruickshank;Mrs. C. Church and has been left in Springford and Mrs. F.Lutt- that door since sometime in rell; W.M.Mouat and Cyril World War, was the oldest veteran attending the Ceno- taph Services November 11. the 19th century. Wagg; Mr.&Mrs. Mac. Mouat Dr.Lockhart is93.MEMOR- Church officials request Mr. &Mrs. A .MeCowan; Mrs. IAL WREATH Mrs. J. that the key be returned at Howard Carl in and Mrs. Art. Byron a veteran of the once. If said wag is a bit Young. Women's Army Corp in the embarrassed, he or she may First World War laid a wreath ********* * return it to Driftwood and no POPPY FUND...Mrs.* Larry more will be said. Other- Campbell, convener of the wise it may be given to Mr. poppy fund drive reports a EricFaureat Fulford Harbour successful campaign raising ISLAND or put back in the Church $402.56 this year.Saturday door. * * * * * * * * * •»•* Tag Day collected $67.00 of PRIDE' I O D E B R I D G E SCORES this amount. BUG LER ...Bugler Bert Drysdaleof Victoria has The third round of the attended Remembrance Day IODE marathon bridge game .services on Salt Spring Island, FOR RENT A Four Bedroom House. A long term Lease available-start- ing the first of March. Contact Mrs. E.W.Watson-Phone,: 199-R. We specialize in quality WANTED heating installation, using Good Home fora 1 1/2 year old Brown, Part Collie-Male- famous Airco furnaces. - Phone 27. Jolly Jumper and Play Pen-Required-Phone evenings-Alan Jones- c/o - 2-M. FURNACES Has anyone an orange male Kitten that wants a good home A V A I L A B L E AT .Made in British Columbia to take the place of Puff who was run over. Phone-Angela Free Estimates; at 50-G. EAR IK AYE CARD OF T H A N K S ISLAND PRIDE BAKERY Home Heating To the S.S. Fire Brigade. We would like to express our most as w e l l as ALL LOCAL STORES Service sincere appreciation for their prompt and efficient response to a fiie at our home. Mr.&Mrs. T. Me Dona Id, Vesuvius. Mrs. F. L. Jackson wishes to express her thanks to Dr. HJ.CARLIN Stanton, Matron, Nurses and Staff of the Lady Minto Hospital and to the many friends who sent flowers and cards — INSURANCE during her recent illness. Auto, Dwellings, Liability COMING E V E N T S PHONE: 164-M EVE. 65-Q. THURSDAY-November 14th-W.l. Meeting at home of Mrs. FAST Gulf island ' DEPENDABLE SERVICE W7 Low at 2: P.M. ~r:!DAY~November 15th- The Fulford Hall Committee- CLEANERS FOR THE WHOLE ^~~7alFord-Fulford Hall - 6:30 P.M. SAT JRDAV-November 16th-Roller Skating at Fulford Hall FAMILY TTyeanoT3 and under-2 P.M..12 & over 8 P.M. - • • , _ ' " . ->'-.••' --•js.strzxf- .LjaarJMI=« MOK^AY-November 18th-P.T.A. General Meeting-Home WHY Borrowing is Different AT THE !.cc~o V'/.~Room-S.S.I. School - 8 P.M.-Oral Polio Clinics Pub::ic Health Office-Ganges-2-4 P.M. 6-7 P.M. Credit Union .. f U t v ),'\Y-November 19th-Burgoyne Bay United Church THE GREATEST DIFFERENCE IS THIS: :' ?y,. -..enTFall Bazaar at Nan's Coffee Bar. 2:30 P.M.- THE CREDIT UNION EXISTS TO MEET \ Guild of Sunshine Meeting - Board Room-Mahon Hall- NEEDS AND REQUIREMENTS OF MEMBERS..^ <( 2:3^ P.M. •NESDAY-November -Adult Roller Skating — NOT TO MAKE MONEY ON THEM. C "Fulfrrd Hall - 8 P.M. IF YOU ARE NOT A MEMBER: S.S.I. CREDIT UNION - . 5 DAY -November 21st-O.A.P.O. Annual meeting F -VHaTra P.M. L-J SUBURBAN MOTORS VICTORIA Your Lincoln, Mercury, Meteor, Comet British Ford Dealer l>iand Repres< ntative - Douglas & Saanich Rd., -Drive a Little Further - Save a Lot More - Roy Williams Ph:- Ev. 6-6131 Thursday, Novemoc ,, O w L> K i i W O No . 35 P a g e 1 0 RONALDCHARLES BIDWELL in Victoria as guest of Lt. Death came suddenly to Col xmd Mrs. A. C.Alan- Wil- RonaId Charles Bidwell Nov- liams. Mrs. Springford will ember 10 in Ganges, at the go to Cowichan Station this age of 55 years. week end to be the guest of lir Mr.Bidwell spent his early Miss V. Peel. _ years in Ontario working for a weekly newspaper.In 1948 he moved with his family to Mr .&Mrs.J. Pitts, former resi- dents of Toronto, have moved intotheir, new home on Sun- PEACHES Garibaldi,and to Salt Spring set Drive. _ Island about 6 years ago,where he opened a second hand Mrs J.F.deMecedo,Vesuvius Bay, Spent a few days in Lang- 28 ox store and later managed the ley as guest of her son-in- Co-op feed store next to the law and daughter, Mr.&Mrs. old Rex Theatre building. L.M. McDonald and family. Mr. Bidwell was quietly Mr. &Mrs. Henry Giegerich kind and helpful to all he have returned to their Beddis met. Rd. home after a trip to the In his post as custodian of Mahon Hall many Islanders Kootenays,where they visited appreciated his good nature Trai I ana Kaslo and other In- and spirit of co-operation . He ter! o£_p_omts_. _ will be greatly missed. He is survived by his wife, Holiday week end guests of SSI TRADING CO Capt. and Mrs. V.C.Best, j Orders for Delivery Must Be in by Noon Day of Delivery Gladys, one son, Robert at The Alders, Ganges, were *•""< '- -' • --—•—'•"-•'•—•-~»-. i-™--- ->-•;£*..»,— ,... —i- T ——— —-•• - •- — — —- -:-;-•-^3~-i-iB~i". £' — ••iir-i'«MaJT»-i—irf-r»»MMM»MM home and one daughter Joan, North Vancouver; one sister their sons, Mr, Alan Best & Dr. Raymond Best, and Dr. ORAL POLIO CLINICS Mrs.L.(Betty) Kett of Cali- Bests 's sons, Robert and Peter, ORAL POLIO VACCINE WILL BE fornia. all of Vancouver. _ GIVEN AT CENTRES LISTED BELOW Funeral services were Included in a numberof young CENTRE PLACE DATE TIME held in St. George's Church people from SSI , now attend- ing university in Vancouver Saltspring Is. Public Health Office-Nov. l8,2-4pm. Wednesday,Nov. 13 at 1:30 6-7pm P.M. Interment followed at or Victoria, who came home Ganges. Ganges Cemetery.Reverend for the last long week end Galiano Is. School — Nov. 20,2-3pm. SJ.Leech officiated,assisted before Christmas, were Miss 6-7pm. by Dr.Norah Hughes.Good- Linda Baker and Miss Sally Mayne Is. School Nov, 21,1-3pm. man's Funeral Home in charge. Barker from University of Saltspring Is, Public Health Office-Nov, 22,2-3pm. Pallbearers were Messrs. Victoria .From U.B.C. came Denis O1 Gorman, Nephew of Ganges. 6-7p.m. Frank Collins,Jack McColl, Mr.&Mrs.J.H.M.Lamb,and Pender Is. School -Nov, 27, I-3pm. Doug Dane, Len Holloway, Charles Archer and James his friend Don Buchanan; Saturna Is. School Nov. 28,1-3p.m. Tergear. Malcolm Bond;Marsha!i Heirr YOUR HEALTH OFFICER URGES E V E R Y O N E ekey, and friend Barry Brown, TO ATTEND THE N E A R E S T CLINIC * * * * CUP WINNER CROFTON * * * * * * * Also home for the holiday Archie McCowan was the LIONS CLUB were Shane Heinekey and the winner of the Crofton Club Misses Jennifer and Susan match play competition after Graham from Vancouver. Roller Skating a hard fought match. Me Cowan Lieut. Mark Crofton and his and Doug Cavaye were tied sister, Miss Sharron Crofton, 16 on the 18th hole. McCowan Victoria spent the long week — 4L p.m; took the cup by winning the end with their parents/Mr. 19th hole. &Mrs .D .G .Crofton , Ganges . For Children 12 and Under. TheClubanticipates that the new Club House will be Night School class in creative writing will get underway at Ebert H o w e & Associates completed early next year,at which time the cups will be the School on WednesdayNov. 20 at 8 p.m., with John R. OPTOMETRISTS IN W O O D W A R D S T O R E S SUiLDINBS presented. A N N O U N C E THE OPENING OF AN OFTinE IN Sturdy as instructor. The course * ** *** **** COMING*AND GOING W O O D W A R D S T O R E S BUILDING will consist of 10 lessons with SECOND F L O O R MAYFAIR SHOPPING CENTRE Elsie Worthington-Phone 176 classes held twice monthly. VICTORIA, B.C. Mr.&Mrs. W. Sorchinski and Instruction will be given in Vancouver . Port Alberni . New Westminster . fami!y,Victoria,spentthe long technique required for success- Oakridge . Park Royal . ful fiction and non-fiction 4 week end with Mrs. Sorchinski^ parents,Mr.&Mrs. Harold Price writing. Prospective students Brian M. Moore may registerwith nightschool Beddis Rd. OPTOMETRIST supervisor, Mrs. A. M. Brown Children's Vision Mrs. Cecil Springford, St. phone 235 or at the school TELEPHONE: 3 B 6 - 3 3 2 2 Contact Lenses Mary Lake,spent several days opening night. €sso. LOOK TO IMPERIAL FOR THE BEST NORMAN G. MOUAT SALES AGENT Phone 3 (Mouat Bros. Office) P.O. BOX 347.