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Array ^^w.:C^..^.Vf.?..^g*-,riJ.***g.ad:* ,J.J->'.>f^:.-> C-....-..-,'-.A.*��-   .**-*���. ���-i.   ;.��������_���".;:'...-���*-. �����<������ .*����� y._ .?������__*.   ,-.....-  .���..:���..... -.    ...    ,  1: :.   B  v  Serving the Sunshine Codsj; (Howe Sound to-Jervis Inlet), includmg.Pcrt Met:en. Hopkins Landing,. Gt-cntnciri*-5 LcoCirsg,.G<bs^s. Roberts C^ecfe  Wilson Creek, Selmo Park,-Sechelt, Hotfmocn Boy, Se^et-Covtr; Pender Hcrbcur, Msdeirc Park, Kletndole.'itrvtne's Lending. EcH Gove, Eyioit  WEDNESDAY. /AN.   II.  1964    IQc  5  oi money voters  -WITH a school referendum in  the news, readers will be-  interested to know the-qualifications required to vote.  -Under   Section   77   (2)   only     WWfT'^'  owner-electors shall be emit  led   to  vote  on any question     k  or  by-law   providing * for - the *- -jfcX&j i"'*  Iborrowihg of moRey.     -���- "       '"""  .During 1953ja bill was passed in the legislature' amending- Division   7   Qualifications  "of   Electors,   Section   66   (a),  which now reads: As owner-  electors,   British   subjects   of    planning.  the  full" age of 21  years and   -  corporations   which  are  owners, '.occupiers, -or   lessees  real 'property within the rural   school   district,   or   rural  area   and  who   are   liable   to  taxation  urubr -this  Act, and    Tt5WN     Planning    consumed  spouses  cf   veterans, who   are the entire time of the spec-  Frem Roberts Creek*.,  . M. Balll name  d  To*n Planning  SECHELT. commission  chairman Chris Johnston^ village   man and the'ec*- board. -dist-  "Clerk Ted Rayher and commissioners Bernef Gordon, . rict superintendent of schools.  Sam Dawe/Bill Swairv* and Frank Porker work" on-|cwn   Gcrcon  Johnson   said.   This  school board head  MRS. MURIEL BALL, representative from Fjcberrs Creek  attendance area was unanimously elected chairmen  of Sechelt SO. No. 46. John Hor\arh, oisc of Roberts Creek,  was elected vice-chairmen-.       ��� :*���;   In congratulating the chair-  ^ Group talks  town planning  board may be unique in BC  in tSat "the females outnumber the males. I hope you accomplish a great_ deal" He~  offered _to help any trustee  st any time rje was calkd upon to do so. .~1 ccn't want  anvhsdy V.Q - feel they sheuld-  question, eitner  r   /  :   ���/  defined as such in the Veter  ans* Land Act of Canada and  who are owner-electors and  lipid, art "agreement to purchase land under that "Act,-if  the statutory, declaration made  ia.l   meeting   of   the   Secheit  council.  Revision of a bylaw to rev  zone lots already approved  by council byT resolution is in.  the    process" of    preparatlcn.  by the-veteran and his spouse?:; Lots to be rezdned are lots B  . setting-forthr-that the; mSkers and C, block,7 '(Clayton) .frcm-  thereof  are  lawfully  married ' residential to - commercial lots  to each other/and that one of 7-19 and 21-25,-block*-6 fBrew-  tKeni is a veteran holding an ster"' and Warfield)   to   com-  Sechelt Liberalsl  elect new slate \ "  JOE Bennbr was elected pres-  ideRt--of Sechelt- Liberal association = at its-general meeting Sundav. 7 ^  .T. Haan of Powell River, '"���"x^c* - meetings _ or privately."  president of Mackenzie; rid- ' Mrs. Ball r "appointed her  ing. attended the meeting. AI- ? committee chairmen. Public  so.attending were J. PearsalL "relations. Reg Spicer: policy.  president & G. AiOeckJ sec- Leo Johnsont pub'icity. Celia  retary tf the" Powell River Fishar: fL-^.r.c- Pe?gy Vokr,:  Liberal  associations =      f personnel.      -John      -Kc-rvath.  Other officers elected were. Transportations and building  vice-president,- Frank Wheel- and grounds were split up  et: secretary-treasurer, ifrs. E. into three" areas T  lan. Directors ��re B.'L.    ticn   from"  Halfmoo:  aureement. to purchase land  under the Veterans Land Act  Of CanadaV is filed with the  secretary-treasurer by the  Director, U-s Veterans Land  Act''- ; 7 "v: 7     ,    '-'.  The legislature decided to  make this amendment- to allow spouses^jif veterans to be  registered as f owner-electors,  to being the definition Of el"-*  - ecters   into    agreement  that  in the Municipal Act.  CFPi adds another  recovery boiler  IT WAS.officially announced  "* by Gt- B. Da vies." resident  manaeer at Port Mellon, that  Canadian      Forest      Products  mercial;   tot   20   (Gordon)   to  - commercial:- lots- 7^ 8. and 9.  block:   E- (Philiis- Parker)    to  commercial; and lots E and K  . (Osborne)  franr residential ,to  marine-commercial and residential- :-commercial   respectively..   ..:'.".  In lias with cent-act. a-  round-the^bicck commercial  ..zoning, chairman Chris John-  with'.:*ston"*" suggested* "the logical  plan would be to rezqne the  west side of the road from the  ccrner down���to the wharf  from residential to residential- commereiaL "It's best to  have land open .and available  instead of ' skipping around,"  she maintained.  There will be a small port-  lion - of, lot : 10 excluded   from  -*S?  CSps and Clarence *"'Joe>  PR residents!  ^edineouri  Bav  ur  is' in   the   hands *cf - Spices. -  from Sechelt dawr. -in. charge  cf Leslie Jackson, while- Celia Fisher will handle  Gambler. Building ar.c grounds was m  " " "   "       " ^    Ssic- -  .Mrs.   Rune** B*U  ^ZhaiiTna  -    r-.i  tjie  t>e;  .oc*  a   rcp.wcertt^f*  similarly   divided   with   S  vms cnarge o:  Pen-  RICHARD      No  ,   Brian    -Dougk  s.     poldr  and Francis ilartin Hihd all  of i Powell River were |fxned  S50 each hy Magistrate A_  Johnston tor consuming; beer  in - a publie  places      *    f  Chris Julian cf Secheh. an  interdict, was fined S53 and  costs Gt in default 30 davs in  prfirohfsr hailng liquor in his.: ^^r-1- Ei  pc-ssessicn. I -wcri.  der Harbour end. Leo John-  sin looking after the Sechelv-  Rchert^ Creek area, ar.d Peggy' Voles . and, Ce;:a Fisher  taking care cf the Gubscrs-  Bowen IsiarLC area- J.frs.-Ba-'  retain��i the cruirmsr^hip ct  the education committer.  Spicer   opposed,   thr"-" splitting--up   of  the   hailding  corrt-  fe:t"-it would-net  FUD^rinTctiCl-  would   add   another, recovery-, this strip .because trfe owners,  boiler to the mill. starting.tim-   'Sechelt   Lands,   have, not   to  mediately.  Tbis~ will be to bring mill  production Tip from the present 400 tons per day to 550-  tons per day. The size of this  unit,.-although.'' not stated  would probably be in the  class of a 400 tori recovery  which would burn 1.400,000  pounds of solids daily, more  than double the present capacity. . ���.    .  date subdivided, it.  The town, plamunjr di=cus5-  ion will continue at the next  jegular m��ieting of Jar.. 15.  LIONS  AT SECHELT  -    The Lions Club^-iil hold a  meeting at Sechelt Jan. -19 at  2  p.m. at  the  Village  Ccf.'c-e  shop   dining"   room.    A    good  turn-out   is  expected   ti   this  first   meeting   to   be   held   In  Other  departmental   equip-     the area. Ray .Sheward, r^-ie  ment  would Also  have  to   be    chairman, and Gordon Smith.  pdded, and will be announced     secretary-treasurer of  District  Jater. -.'ISA will attend^   _-  South Pender...  Tenders f^3 contracts  opened publicly Thurs.  TENDERS FOR three contracts of-the South Pender Im  pepvement  district  were  opened  publicly Thursday    | f  before about 3.Q persons gathered in the Legion Hall.. t ;  ���   There were 13 tenders in ali on the three contracts!    \ -.  Only one tender bid on a If three cbntract^Board mem^rs!^  spent'"-Friday-   in    committee      : ;������'- ���' * -  with their consulting engineer, but' -the . water rights  branch will  have  to; be con-  Union officers  named by local  -LOCAL 237  cf the'Pu'p  a^d  - 'Sulphite   Workers -union   m  Port   Melicn   held   their   an-  - nus.1 electic-i of officers with.  -the follcwing- results:     t  President. W. -"Liing:] vice-  president- M. Whitty:J 2nd  vice-p'resident. "F. Coriey: recording secretary, L. Stiitri:  financial secretary. A_ Lock-  wood: insids guard. K. JCros-  7 byt. cuisiae guard. It Kinne:  "���trustee. G. Murdoch.       |  . Executive Board: LJ La-  Bor.te. M. Caret? C. Coineau.  J. Gibb. .  I  These officers will he installed bv " the international  representative frcm "Vancouver.-at the" next general -meeting Jan. 22. - t    - "  suited "on the interpretation  of certain items before a decision can be handed down.  .  The   board   expects   to   be  able  to  submit a  decision  in  about a week's time.     ���  - The bids were as follows:  Contract No.. I (Clearing of  Reserv<��r)  Daisy Lake Construction,  ' $12,750: Middle Point Logging, S18.000; PhilUps ar.d  Lee, $17,825; Interior Construction Ltd., $10,500: S and J  Digging  Ltd..  $15,200.  Contract No; 2  (Ditch)  G. W. Ledingham and Co.  Ltd.. $174,453: Yuers Coast-  ruction Ltd., $124,771.50: Vans  Construction Co. Ltd_ S120.-  932.60:, H and B Construction  Co. Ltd.. $143,117: Interior  Construction   Ltd.   $213.93*2.50. "-  Contract No,. 3 (Cement Work.1  2 dams and tank  Marpole Construction. $25.-  325; Jamieson Construction  Ltd.. $33,668 r~Vancouver Pile  Driving Co. Ltd.. $26,577:  Chapman Long Constructioii  Co._Ltd^ S27-.3S1: Interior  Construction *Ltd-fSlI.255.T?.  m*Stm  Maintenance  = ent.   "Karrv   Chsstsr   will   st-  '" tend cne board meetfr^r each  moitth to" keep board intorrr.-  ed- en   the _building .pro-jram.  PUBLIC RELATIONS *  ' Fisher vrzs requested to prepare an :nfcrma:ior7- folder"  on sc-hocLs. ;-geography v etc_  abaut the arc-a -to be presented to prospective teachers. Ar-.  rangernents were initialed to  request- J. F. K-_ -'En.giisr: of.  the' department cf education  tc- sp^zi-jri st 3 cm^r i3r prmc-  ipals to- be arr^nred by the.  board as a step toward better  public  reistiOrs.  As_a further step to improving public "reiauons. Gcr-  . can .Johnson suggested, repre-"  rsentatives attending " board  meetings be:.included en the  agenda- if there is anything  they wish -to bnnc to the  hoard's atteation. "T":  wor.'t go -out of here  tne:r questions unanswered.  he said. :'      '  Board decided to Join tr.c-  new BCSTX Lnsuranca p7i.r_  This will increase the creni-  :um from S12 - SCI eacn zr.d  provide an increase ir. the  coverage frJrr.. S5C-73 to St'j.-  000 sr^d from S25 i^-yc-tk fcr  a maximum of 52- weeks to*.  $51. 3. week for a nt^xtm urn  cf  104  weeks.  TRANSPORTATION  As a start on the- transportation survey. Mrs. Ball suggested Mrs. Burr.; prepare 2.  plan .parirji .transcirtaucti  costs to the basic .shareable  iriRinius.   then -each "trustee  Wit���'   V.'...  work w:th Chr*trr 'rem April  1   to  icarn" thi   rtut:r.t_   _  M~. C^.it.s.:^   :tterVfter-  ...^    �� ^    e^- re-    .��   .      ...-.- .v     ..     .^.  survej, V.1: :i-c��.red 5"^>--<i  Sp.csr r^d .f.n.cattd ��-��.*.���  pre pertv wz-'d L* r-qit-rc-i  tnerc-." Sp.-ix-r I" -i.ee r;- "r...d  e\et r.^ti -���-it i. =-:-t-.-r-rrn'.  "  Ljt. Jems:-, v- .- dtr'.c^t:- z : -���  c^ck a recCT-*-r.i^t.,r..u.  :.te  T3TI     *��� r��r:-:-..'  INSTTRANCE   COVERAGE   *  Insur.rr.^e   cKs.n:e_ cf-   c<>  far   further' :Ls_~-$-r_r..   Board  W3s   jidv:i.:-i   by-:h*?r   insur-  ;*A&        -.'���,__"~'i- - ��� r ^   - *-^^ "V* ���^j  <*.��vC *-*-*- ��� *** *-~    ���   �����-���.* ��� *���c    - Jit.*..  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Hi.  cr-  C^T  el--.  .* r  'J  'A.  ...er  Som Jenkins  EVANGELIST,   former   Icg-  gerr prfze fighter end one  af ^B.C.'s most colorful end  outspoken leaders resided ' "^^'^a^io^^ eff^tiv^  OS president of the Marine in'October 1SS-L board will  -Workers and -Boilermakers advertise locally, in Vancou-  _ Onion to preach the gospel,   ver and througn the  BCSTA  ucn. - -_.r_s  p-x  irjtiiaite   the   needs   c_f  district-        ;     - "  ���^    To      replace      maintenance-"  ." superintendent      K. -    Cnaster  ��� _ j   c..  ���ai.; i��-_  '.-.-id :��� �� epp-���.*..-, ���,.���.- ��^.-.r .".o  trx- Denin^ul^ f r :.~e v^ i-.r.vr--  Ke r..:.r:��-- :. ���%.- a =-. ~. re  c.t.L >;:jn_-tr ti... zrz;,_z~.. and  ^-5o -j i.-ni.-.��i . n.i.-. --.-7.x-  of ent ���_*.J.r..T". r z -\z ?��r- -  pit--ar.d cti.-_-.-t ur.jt7- *.*_:���_:.  cu- ar.-! pc-.t r���: ��� tr. v-.Jr  forms of am.u__ec2ent.  /��-  ����  wmrv ^m w_ilp||^_^^^^w^^^���^^w^^a^i^^#^^^^^i^w^f^^p^^^i^^���'^���^^- - -  ���-���.���s.-.,v _.-.".-. 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Grosij Circulation, 3,000 copies  Classified Ad<ei rising Rotes:  3-yncj AdBriefs   1) words)  One ltj.icrt.or. ..,. ���-.-_,_y.���85c  Three! insertions  _���...^.���l.7C  ExttaiirieslS words) _.,..7.|...7���.���15c  Box. tjliimbcrs, ......���...:%5c extrc  If^pa^d ; before [ u jfiedfiem a dis-  coanti cif725c pc AdBriefljs allow  ed, Semi-Dispky, Super-Display,  ond &ipe Chip Display  jl cn  ~~  !-";    Legal N itices  M7c per count lin s 7(5 wpi|ds)_first  insertion,   l-3c ;per count, jl  ^ : 7 sequent in iertionsj. .  Deadlines: "Sat irday 5 jp.m'.  . i Subseripjjio t Ratcss      !������  10c pleir copy, SOc - per,-rjibntn (by  carrier); ;$5.4)0 per year, in  ���'"';'      - advance!       j -    -  Card I of Thanks, _ Engi jements.  Death's] Births, In Memorie m,,Com-  in<b Events, Etc. Per insert [i >n (up to  40 wor^s) $1.2$; extra j*prds,"3c  each-.! 25c -Discount -if-. pdi d before  publication. ��� 1 j|  ..J'  Codreyy fcrogory.*.  >������ "��� j1 i11."'..'' '.-������-'"������'' ���    i "**  7*   - ^:       I  ' - .'  '   -'  !  at  games bowled  ifesons BdwtadroiTie  FOR  SELMA PMtK ��� 2 bedrojom  ^Suite,   wiate/front,    modern  kitchen;   Bathroom,   oil  stove.  Box 273,. Scfchelt Tucker.  5059-6;  WORK WANTED  R^yS^^NDS  50 per  ne sub-  ERVICE'  Now   threij [ sizes   of   tractors  and many jsjpecial machines to;  handle    acreage    .o    garden  plotjs and h wns.,  .,ROTP-tlLL7NG |  The b^st 4*py to prepare soil  . ���   *- 7 i' ���  "plowing,  Disking,   Cultivating  Light  Bla%  Work  ding.  ;- 7Kf NNEETj  Real;���strjte -.and  JPhonei  3*8553  TNO. 800 gcjmes were boWled this  ^Gipsons^ league, j854 (3261,  Gregory orCrjawri cgid-Anchor leagju|e 835 (277, 250, 30B).  Midway of Gibsons A rbfted team High triple of 3262 and  Orphans of tljie same league, tedmjf-iigh single of Ml 89.  week by Ron Godfrey  ,218, 308) dnd Lome  \mm  and  Gra-  eeds,  ;h,  .and  CO^jNG EVENTS;  ��B*CilELT iChjamber' ojf. Com--  m^f <be annual. banqi et,  Le-  IjlaH, A-pleee Cor ibo.  person.; Social  hofur  m  &x<k.  gion  per ,  ^p.m.  Jr  EVSttoEUSTf   Sam  at vPender   Harbour  nacl<j>, Januarjj 21-26, 7:30 ev-  . FORj SALE  ery evening ajid 11:15  morning. ^   .  PERSONAL  Mowing     hay,     w  S    -       snji^ll bru-... ... f  Power Raking Lawns  Have youri (lawn lenewed by  .removing8,Kjlead . grass, moss'  and mower* clip rings, and  '���������'--������ and fertil-  good lawn  ice <at least  sar:  then powjeri swept  ,'feed.. .'To ; hi-ve  a  ' yotr heed Jljiis sejv  twSde   a   y  $5.  7i30  ROY BOLDE^SON  5067-6  V  885-9533-:  Jenkins  Taber  >"Please  iJhtjme   eveiingS   only.  "x"' 5044-tfn  Sunday  5066-0  .  LARGiE. iitdeti typi ��� food freezer.   Good   condition!   $1:X0.  ���Ph7 885444m       ���'���' 5056-5  VOtjfR, scrap  rnkai  i|  worth  cash 7 at    Simpkins] .Place.  Phorfe .^85-2132. j j5048-tfn  SiLII?   covers   mide   to   order.  'Fcjor      mote      information,  pleasd c^ll Mrs. lYvetie Kent..  Ph.   885-4461.      \ 5063j-7  '9-NANNf GOATS  ifig,   one : billy.  McGrea .885-2079:  -V4" iSHEiETlNG, j ink:-cedar���  THE , Cunnihghi'm's* TAihbiilf  ' ante      ServiiccJi u Kalfmbon  Bayj- Local and [long distance  ians. Emergency! and hon-em-  erg^ncy    callsi.  for j ojld   age  licu^- jservice.  $35 vM,   Good... fir  Hemlock;-2!x4 $S9 2.1. Simpkins  Place,  213^."  Davis  ��� 4 milk-  Offers.   Ph.  5060-6  $90 -1M.  Ph.   885-  5057-tfn  Special rates  pension ;rs. 24-  88^5-992..  ,<5064-5  WANTED  WANTED    one I  'Pl'iohe 885-303}]  REAl] ESTATE]  TYPES  OF    IN  FOB    ALL  SU^AfNCE INC^tlDING LIEJE  'and,, ACCI  DENT  AND   RfcAL   ESTATE  AND  Contact:  . ��� I Office: 8851-2065, or  Eirek: E.  Surtses. 885-9303  ti. E. Tiing,  wood  lathe.  5058-6"  RHiy-TALS  A$GETT AGE tslCI ES, LTD  Boxj 63 Seehelt, B.C.  .5084-tfn  885-2066  Form No: 15 (Section 40)  .'   "LiAND a:t"   -  Notice oMIntehticn to Apply  to ;3iurchase Land  In Lane Recording District-of  Vancouvejr, iand situate llast of  Sechelt- I^t. ���       . .  TAKE 1-HOTICE :hat Maurice  Ear) Hemstreet of 5echelt, B.C.,  occupation Warehouse man intends to apply for jjermissibn to  purchase the follo\ /ing described lands:--f-L  Gommc nlqing at a post planted at,- NJCj corner of *6lock A  Lot   7071  ithence  BOARD & ROOM  AVAILABLE !'ir|" Sechelt -arfca.  ���Phcfrie! 885-97l?8.  r/fdjacent to  5062-7  chains; ti^nce So|Ath 5, chains;  thence We$t 23.48  ce North 5| bhains  ing; 1:1 ac res, more  The purpose ft  land is'r<;q{iiiredi.  Mtui-lce Earl Hemstreet  Dated Di member 7, 1963.  5078-pu3.!Dec. Ill, Jan.8-15-22  23.48  East.  chain?: then  and eontain  Or less.    '  r which the  homesite.  EARL'S-GOVE* SUBD1V  Eafl's Gi?ve Ferry terrtiihal bn  ul view of J  SilON  Coast Highway.' Beauti  'Ijent fishing_|ind boatinfi. Good site f*on inote  'entals.  ^WATERFRONT LOTS $3J$00  iOfc'do  wn  Sunshine  ertvis iniet. Excel-  VIEW LOTS FROM $1800  Easy terms  0:  Madeira Piark, E  on balance.  EY  .C. -��� Phone  and boat  Distoun- fercoSh.  88S3-22J3  ,����*:?-  -r^mkmemfms. .  "Selma Pork.^olf bus stop  9778  aintrhent-  .   Phooe^ 881  Evenings by a*  TELEVJ$|ON  SAtES msiRv-sce  RELIABLE:-JpOAAPT  HICHTEinrTV.  & RADIO I LTD.  TliEAGUfe^SCdRlES  , Gibsons Bfi>ippers "29ll.  7,1081; J; LaMmah k689 (2771,  J Mujlen 73_ (283, 255), J.  Low^en 6S3 (296), 7J. iGriiff  -e*-2,'';-E.:rFishcjr---'6O0.:       7   7  Tuesday^ Coffee ��� iEarlV  I irds 2701, 9?5; R. "Nordcjuist  637 (255), C. Fisher 580 (247),  Wusgrove ! 548, B. Swanson  302, G. Hostla|nd 628, L. Cam-  Ibell ."510, A. (Johnson 553, I.  *jeWett S58'. .      .     j  MerchantMjim's   TV   2992,  041; S:  Wiilson  632 t249),  J.  ^arkman 677  ley 615 <28|0),  336), D. McCau-  J. Thonias 672  (26I),;7f;. Reyrolds 269.  Sc<;hcH, B.C. 4'Ph  FIREMJ^CES*   f  PLANTERS  FOUNDATIONS  tAtU  A.SfMPKINS!,-885-2132  5049-tfn I  SWANSON  Septic Tanks  i ond  .   Bulldoii|.g  Bgckhoe ond F ront End  <: Lea4er-VV otk  Screened ~  '   '  Fill ond jRoald  1��fionp|a8! i  Box 1  - Scows! .<-^ Logs  SECHELT J LOWING  l& ^SAl^AGp?LTDr  Heavy EqukpiT i nt Moving  & Log Tawing  L.HIC txS  885-9?77  Gibsons 'A-  lOrphans UlJS;  J. Wilson 634  616, J. Allan (538 (278),, R. Qr-  am  654  (245).  Godfrey   854  -Midway 3262;  J. Lowden 605,  (256), R.-Wiren  D.  Crosby  635  (256),  L.  PJ lihg 732  (314), _R,  (328.   308), 7 M.  (2p6, 296), E. Con-  65). J. Edmonds  EROS.  Drain Fields  [it Gravel  Gravel -  |&666.',;-,i,-  Sleefcelf r  ^5051-tfn  Phone88  SECHELT AGENCIES  ; Rcpresen  Troviel Hea<  Reservations on,  Informal  Call 885  ting  quarters  Complete  on    j  12161  Phone j Seehelt  PElklNS  BUILDING  "The fHodse.W  E. iJCqldwell  Boic97-Se<H  :ARPENrRY  Houiefroming  All Kinds of Co r*f  FREE ESTIMATES  '���������ffwie 88�� 2808  BRITISH AW ERtCAN  OIL jCO. LTD  FuetiOil  'iGasdlioei iDitVPcaducts  :> t ���'"!'."'. 1 >>  . ^A^Parsem i/'Agen'-  Phone ^85-2016  JyVharf fiood.Se Aelr, B.S,  iThe fFihe *t. In  ��� [ ' -f$!-4wi|rs  ��������� |tor-All��Occ< stians  ELDRED'S JfliO^R SHc|>P  1*hone 88;  ���4425  7     5052-tfn  ICIES  LID.  885-9669  JUPPLY  11 A Heor-t'  ^oprietpr  elt, B.Ci  Conner 773  nor 745 (243L  623.   ���  *        !  Ladies Wednesday���^Gibson  Girls 2581, 944; L. Ah*aro 526,  R. "Wolansky' 556. F. Raynor  514, M. Carrpichael 565. G.  Nasadyk. 529,! J. Jewett 591  .(244), Mi Comkpr 584, D. Crosby (654 (265"T P. Hume 511.  Teachers Hii���Hit Urns 2605,  934; M. Crostjw ���86 (251), G.  Yablonski   720   (245,   242),   B.  meed   661   (284). "JDr  HiU   631  r (263). |    . .;..  Commercials ��� Larks 2881,  ' 1030; H. Jorgjenson 644 (253),  D. Reeves 656 C275), J. Ped-  die 244, J. .Marshall 278, T.  Henniker 602 (248),"D! Mathews 680 (254)), J. Lowden 644  (241),  J.  Druihmond 241.  Port Mellon ~. Strangers  2576, - 909; A' Larkman -:673  (248), D; McCauley 641 (25^1),  T. Kennedy '255. B. Morrisjon  665 (279), Cj. Sheppard 727  (288).    .    -     | ���   -  Ups and Downs 2630, 974;  R. Nordquist 645, R. Tavlcr  616 (253), A.7^ordquist 609*, T.  Turner 635 C150), N. Douglas  645. J. Mulleh 621. S.,Basev  608   (256).  BoMing league  TWELVE-ycar-Old   Rita    Ono  __  m the Pee^Wee league bowled a] terrific 270 Saturday.  In;the ten pin league 14 of  the I league players bowled  over 500. Dick Clayton'topped  the pack with 566. closely followed by Ray Benoit with  563: 7  LEAGUE, SCORES  Ladies, I Mary Flay~^603  (260) Pender, Muriel Cameron 625. Roy Fenn;812 (355),  Bob7 BaiJi 682 (284), Charlie  Ha.uka '2p>; Peninsula - Coti>_.;  mt|rcial, IBronnie Wilson 70tv^  Aijdj Leslie 754, Pelle Poul-  se'h,1' 05, Lawrence Crucil 289,  278,! i Dojlly Jonas \ 269, O/v  Moscrip 295. Tearrt high three,  Villa'je Bakery  1 3217  (1078).  Spirts Club.- Ul-Butler 706.  (273,   250).    Lawrence   Crucil  745 *��� (297),    Trudy '  Northrup  255, iTony Tschaikowsky 276.  Ball and Chain,. Red Robinson .7(i9 (298, 31-3>7/ Kay Mit-  tJestieadt 255, Nancy . Jaeger  603 (267). Mary Flay 615.  . Lacfies .Matinee. Hazel Skv-  tte ;;638, Millie Forbes ;28'l,  ^roiinie Wilson 260, Eve Mos-  cripr263. .;  High School, Jack Goeson  334 1(183), Arlene Johnson 348  (193);     Heather     Espley    277  (193):  Pee Wee, Rita'Ono 394 (270),    .  Alan Hemstreet 282  (160).  Finishing  enter Work  Anchor���Bu* Id o-  ;*R*. Johnson 645  705   (272),  Gwen Edmonds  Gregory    835,  J.   Webb 627,  7  (246), E.  Con-  :7JiAyiU��^Sf  SHEET MWT  Oil -IHeotrng  ] Sheet A/jjetal  tSIBSONS/ B;C.  Phone S8c-9961  SIM ELECTR  Electrical Co  AppliqnCes - El  Phone 885  C LTD.  tractors  cfrie f^*pdt  2062 I  Crown and  zers 2685. 999  (263),  J.  Laricman  E. Hume 240,  731     (310),  (277,   250,   308)  A.  Holden 65  nor. 706  (299)  Juniors���R. C. Mvers 827  442; Carol Firrshner 219, Rob  Bruce 238. Jim Westell 232,  Chuck Bruce 327,> Mike Clement 284.  ion officers  fluly iii^lalied  ; INSTALATIOIn of Royal Can-  . adian Legibn Branch 219,  Rcberts Creel^ officers for the  ensuing year-Was held Jan. 10  by G. C. Licken, Assistant  Zone Comn-jander, Elphinstone Peninstla zone. "  The followi ag officers were  duly installeil: president. J.  Garliek; vice-president, C. F.  Beemah; treasurer. Hj M.  Morphy; secretary, G.^  timer; chapijin, Rev.  -Harbord; and Sgt/ at  Bill' Gilbert. J ^  Arrangements are being  made for a Valentine Dance  and, social to be held in thes  Legion Hall Saturday. ./Feb. 15^  INITIATION JRITES  Sechelt Kinsmen held an  invitation cerjemony ^Tuesday  night whereinj four new members were initiated. Kendal  Pearson, Dave Parrish, Glen  ���Philips and' Arel Fli*merft*lt  were sworn Sn by governor  Bryon prentiiee from South  Burnaby Kinsmen club. -  Secretary leaves  THE; Seehelt Girl ^Guide and  Browple association held"  their monthly meeting at the"  horiie of Mrs. Margaret Lamb  in Sechelt. Jan 8. Mrs. Harriett Newton, disitrict commissioner   presided:-   - -  Mrs..May Walker.who has  been secretary" resigned with  regrets",-and Mrs. Bess Aldred  vohmteered to finish out -her  terhi.   ,  The. '^Association': announces  that   the   annua!   mother   and  daughter banquet will be held  in   the   Sechelt   Legion   Hall  f'Monday evening Feb.   17.  WEST SECHELT NEWS  Gary Newton entertained  five friends at his;12th birth-  -dayf party. Kent Shexidan,  Adrian Donley. David. "Naud;  Pater Hansen and Jimmy Gib-  sob; enjoyed   a birthday   sup-  **��� pe,r, followed  by a  show.  p.. A. Seymour has return-  eci.to Nanaimo to take up his  duties;  -*<..  iih  "-:-^.W   .��5-  TEN PINS ..'..:  j   :7�� 1  Dick Clayton 566, Ray Ben-  ���������������   x$:m  oit 563,  Dick  Gray 214,  Sam  -    %'j:    %  MacKenzie  220.  - -:--:^   ^  r;!i a  *'::il   I  ;-''jVy7*�� ��� ^v  BIG SALMON,  Tom  Gory   landed  a   27-lb.'  spring-, salmon  Sunday, morn- .,-  ing; at Secret Gove. This' was  Gary's first fisliing trip to Secret   Cove   whjjreii. he   landed  his:   trophy     niooching   ' with  jack herring,               .-'"'���  ���;. . ���, -.���_; v^:2  lo terms of jcostito ybu. the  nevvspaper costs almost/liofch-  ingi: . . a few cents. In terms  of ,%vhat  a  newspaper  means  to you . . , everything.      \  ���~r ^ ��� .   ��� \ .  !000000000000000m0000M000000000t  ���'  } BOWLING ^       ^  ALLEYS  5 League or Open Bowling 5  ^ Coffee SKop =-        3  PHONE 885-9918 J  Wharf Rd��� Sechelt  $000000000000000000000000000000:  KMI  *��  :V7\  f *��������� VI".  h  -  ?  ' ��.       1-  ^  Qualifications high.-.. "r      ���". _  School trustee1 holds  able  rf^p'tw^r?',:!^'!T'I"!;n    The Sechett Peninsula Times, Wed., San. f $, 1964 Pafe 3  * -.-v=*:*?*'       '*i-   -:  ��� ���*"'- "'r,v  "-���: .-&  '    " ��&"~&* = ������**  ��   - <j  **.���-  ^ r -THESE seven jschooHrustecss, headed by-Mrs. Muriel Bail,  are your agents and  the tpolicy makers of  School  " district No. 46 ��� your school district which hasanannuol  assessment rcjle of $32,229,448. This is the 26th highest  assessment  roJfe of the school    ��� ���-   -������     districts In -Btjitish  Columbia.    standards Jn the  di��trict\and  To   these   trustees   falls   the    has the-supervisory authority  ^    -responsibility  [of   daterminiha-  in    all    matter    relating    to-  local policy "Tcir effective  and    school    organization,    instruc-  efficient    Operation     of    our    tier,, "counselling,  and   dis^ip-  -       schools,    of   Relegating    both     line.  .   specif ie and-gbneral .'adminis-.-       j^n     secretary - treasurer  trative' duties to   board" .em-     ^rs/Anne   Buins   is   a".oaid  ,._ployee*V oC-hinn& competent-    emplovee   appointed   bv ' the  .   ^teachers.and.other staff mem- " board" to" look, hfter  tiie   ac-  ,       bers,. and   last   but  not   least.    coimtin(r    and    administrative  of  wisely  spending   the   tax,    procedures prescribed bv th2.  payers   money  raised  by an-   "Department of Education and  nual taxationjmd. referendum.    the  board.' Mrs.  Burns  is as-  To   become   a   good   trustee    sisted   by -assistant  secretary-  a,  person  must  have  a  desire -  treasurer.  Elmer Osbami--cSd  to "serve   the 'community;���an-, office worker, Mrs. Olive Stability   to /think   objectively,    .vice:'  soundly   an'dV without   Bias;7a  ^.thorough   knowledge   Of* local" **- fgfejf-'-ifesS?.  condition; a shrewd, businesslike T a pproach." ;tawa rds spending: the taxpayers.' dollar; and  the   time   and "^nergy   to-at-  "* tend. to   school' business.  __ These people  work without  remuneration, and receive only - travelling .allowances"?, and:  convention expenses, which m  1963   amounted   tol S426&.   If ~  they   fulfill  their  duties I con-"  scientiously they  are entitled  to   your   support,- admiration  .  and  respect, if  they   do   nor  perform    in    office ' as  "they"  should  i*  is your "duty to. remove them by the ^democrat--  : ic process. :  In this district the board  administers a budget well over the-- three-quarter million  dollar mark. The 1963 budget  was $858.801: administered in  part as follows: teachers* salaries, $426,731; administrative  staff .salaries. $ 14,4004 janitors'"salaries. $50,024; ��� other-operational expenses, $45,325;  repairs and maintenance. $52.-  872 and transportation, $68.-  712. '    -. ���      _."���..���."  Besides this annual budget,  your school boaj^raises-'money by referendum for .uew  buildings.    and    additions   to  - old; ones and for property  for school use. Jan. -25, your  school board will place a referendum   before   the   owner-  * electors of this district- in the  amount of $339,000. repayable  over a period of 20 years. Of Chairman of public relations  this amount, half will be.'paid  by.the provincial government.  This board is assisted in  their duties by two other persons^���the district -superintendent  of schools  and  a  secre-  . fary-treasurer. The district  superintendent      of      schools,  , Gordon Johnson, appointed by  the department of education  unde*- the Civil Service Act  attends all j board meetings:  His,- function! is to advise ;and  .' assist the* bbard in exercising  its: powers 'and duties under  the^ Act, to inform trustee^  - regarding the operation of ihe  Act and to assign and transfer" teachers, with the board's  approval.      '     . L    .. '-  The*   district   superintendent  fm  i  -    \r-~J,  Mrs.   Peggy   Volea  Chairman of-,finance commit  tee  Joint Horvath *  Chairman   of   personnel- com-  ^siit*ee  .   Leo Johnson .    .  .  Chairman.of  policy  committee  Ttz -i -  jBfee  fc*����  t   'T  "  ~*mp^-, 2   -  '#S5$$��l  >^~  Mrs- Leslie Jackson  In charge cf-transportation at_  lower   end   cf T'eamsula  I  j? *  Reg Spicer   *  committee  0>iT^W' -.  -rr Jr:Vg  5 ���'* ��j*r  . Gcrdcn   Johnson  District-*"    superintendent     .of  -schools    !       - -*"  Port Mellon News  bf Linda Moor��  THE New Year** da no *���* .i  Ml the Port Mellon D,��� .^^-  :ty Kail wes i��tttmd��<l t ���' ..-.  bout-200 p>,-*>p'c who i'l < - ��� -  ed . to have, had S"' \vo*-.i. -*"���*.  time. A de'.xiotis bn ��..:. ���:  was s��rv<-d at Seaside Hoi-1  from 2:30 am UI.4:C :. ":  Quite^ a crcard ,came. f r *."'���  VreaKfast, almost all T. t-  who attended  the  darx*1  The Port Mellon B-?"-r. ���.-  attended, the Mojco-a\ C.rcus  accompanied by-BroWr. Q- L_  Mrs. D. Dunham: Tavnv Owl.  Mrs. J. Willis: Mr?, J. Sersfia.  and Mrs. K. Galher./  Others from Port Mellon,  attending the circuc --were^.  Mr. and 'Mrs. W��olvertor. and  familf. Mr__ahc Sirs. J. Macey  and Xarrulf. ilrs. W. Booth  and- sons.-;Mr. and Mrs. G.  Taylor and family. Mrs. P.  Moore ar.d Debfa-e. and Mr.  and Xfrr. G.  Dsv-ies  end  sor_s.  ^Ir.    and    Mrs.    A.    Becker  spent the "Christmas  holidavs  .��    ���<��  M.-   a:..i V.  It".  M.   .-  'i      C,    .' '    '.  ��� 4  - -        V .  "-.I- - '  ' r :  * i     1    ~^y*     ^  .*.'-I ������% .*-. V.:      -i  \\-    ��   I t ���-  it.,-, cf "' r*   *.:..     ...   -  . *-  hr ��� *.   C:    V-        .-;   .'.:        C     :'  D  M:- W W "-*--..*- J - ^  KL~c rt-*-�������� ��- f����-.'i r'%\ -^  .J'.-ur. r- -: ..;,��-, % \  ;+^ ,-.Pi    V   '..     ���   r,-��t-.  t  j Dave S.-.'-r-.i.^i.   ---,  . [   V.r.  ar.d Mrs. E   S-.rr:.;.-. r-,^> k-ft.  For. Me.i-'.r. t. *-.-->.. ir- Ski--  git Valley .'���������-.. < C  7--r-'   Ml.'  Vernon,   V.'J-.t.r.f.^r.. '  liruoe  iBarry L|-,  Slrayhcrr. hi-. <��� r��-f-rr.od *.<>  ��-hoo! :n Vai--"jj-^*r sf-.^r-  "~5>^t-iiBir .*-��� <i   t:,.c.,;-s   -.c^-.h.  -i~  CSE     TIMES     CLARIFIED  i   FOR .QUICK: REStJLTS  SPEECH iCLIMIC  ~ ���**; - _ i ? ~ r  Stanunering  and   Lisping  Controlled  HAZEL CRITCHELLi  Assoc.ate Trinity Cc^ege1  London (Erg } }  Phone BBS 2273  DO PHYSICIANS i  TREAT THEMSELVES?  Of eotirse net, -ttn'ess.5 there Is ��J #ffc<r c����n-  ofa'e doctor. Tbct tnov thct cnyo��e fsas ^r��Bt difficulty trfiag to be ofeiectfre jsbout H��eiTei/�� ��titme*sji*  ;_    SJefcness   lympferas   ere    meet-   cosfasat's,    for  meny diiecscs hc^e M��ti3er poins o> d��^o��^FartT. A-  headache can be rise resoft- cf more tfi4�� * dc��s�� -  different caeses. Tiie prefciest is to dtteffnffic >rhkfc  c��e. Wfcen joa ere rick. do:wfeat pfrfiicicns de. Tfcey  consult anctfeer pfayw'cicn.    j -"  YOURiDOCTOR CAN PHONt US; ��4��n yee  need; a merficine. Ptdc up your preserfptic��*if jheppinf  neadsy, c* 5��e ��nll drfsTcr promptff *HHteiirt ertrt  efcarge. A jfrcst aseny pet^sfe- ��rttr��st u( ������rh v*hei��  ptescriptiens- Moy we ccmpc��md jeori?-  Kruse Drug j Storts^ Md."  ~.       Sechelt I.  Ph, 885-1134  PHARMACEUTlCAt CHSAtSTS AND DRUGGISTS  Gibsons  Ph. 886-2023  Celia-Fisher  is, also   required   to   advance    Rural   chairman   of   publicity  and maintain the educational.- .committee  >*.���  >  >��  JfC *r-f -  ^  *��  \ '      -        j*  "_!/��.>"  * /��� ,*C"*"V -  I        I-  - t  I  v  ��� ":ASl H ��"��������'��� "V  �� *"*^ J   ft ��V      '��   "-*  '���**& llhxwxix  i-Ttji.".*!..':**.;  ft    -r  ;\ f  J-: \ 1  Office sto��    .        -'--.-_  OF SCHOOL district No. "46 (Sechelt) ��s Mrs.. Anne Bums,  secretary-treasurer, Elmer Osharin, assistant and Mrs.  Olive Service; officer.^ v   .-'7'.   -   .  -.   -. --"-_-  ^  SCHEDULE OF MEETINGS-HEfERENDUM No j  C    \ - "I* !- Sr-._  AsrangemenU have been made to hold Public Meetings to  present ReferencKm No. 4 to the eIectorsf ks follow^:  JANUARY 9tfi ��� 8:00 p.m.  "  '-. - Urxfer cuspices cf Sechelt P.T.A. ct Sechelt School.   ;  JANUARY 14th -T- 8:00 p.m.  Under cuspices of  Pender Harbour P.T.A.  at Fender  Herb;ur  Secondary School.   _ I -      ;* "-���--."  JANUARY Uth ��� 8:00 -p.m. ..*.;"_  At'Untted Chych Cc^r.rruinirv- Centre at G bsens. \ ^  JANUARY 18th ��� 2:00 p-m.- *-���'!' '.].���-    '  At] Veteran's Memorial Hef^ Gcmbier Hcrbcur.-     _ ;  ^January ioth ��� 8:00 p-m.- j-  Under auspices of Gbscns Elerrentary F.T1A. ��� Gbsfc*-.j Ekmen- -  tacy School. ? ~^      . *. _��� '     :  JANUARY 21st ���8:00 p.m. j '       - .     v~  f.  \ ��� Under auspices"of Selma Perk Ccrr.munity;Club. -  '   - "    |~   : " -     THE BOARD  OF SCHOOL T^USTEES^  j s      School District =*xc. 46; (Sechc-t)  *m*tr nwpiww **************** u.v, n,.i   , , i ^g^w^YgflS  ^~<i*&J+ZJj-**��c--~*.'*'*'-.���.*.���******.*���*'*********  ^^  ��.     , ���  ���  !.  ��� ���  ',-  ,  1�� *  ,-���  i *  *���'  ': -  i  J1  *   .  *?  ^mm^mm^u^M  ^ .*.  : .  7'  * >  -x  .-.  w-  m  *��  Y  erithusiaj tic  board'"' ���fnemb.pr/s;  ���goyernnmeift  Sqhool I Board /slidwjxf an encouraging  andrffoubie attitude as ifbur new"  f!ootjjOver ihe reins ;of local  a'rjd a n'fw chairman v 0s installed^  As chtkirm^hj Mrjs, MunelBall hai-ijdfes the  meeting fuSily ahd with tactrHer'tit stee$ appear  "coriscMtiotis an|Heagjbr to ^pjerform tfier duties-  They havej a big. jyeajkahead of therrj \yith t/his  '-eras''brought  referendnurri, asjwelHas mariy prob  7 y.y j      11. |-  �����  over from the previous boaijd such as transpjorta-  m and public relations.  However, if they keep~ifo the spirit indicated  /  THE STANp-takffn by a Sechelt FT A! member  r       opposing censorship of, children's j literature  oni the grounds! it |i��  an, infringefWh'tj oi 6ur  fundamental rights alnd freedoms |s7 eortimend-  *able. - !     ������[-     ��� I  "��� ' :-^r"~*^  The r|eal culprit]in delinquency is'jth'e Home  environment,    &nd    for    this'.-.the ������?. p irent------is,  responsibly. To imeotjrage censorship;bf! children's  Jiteiiature is not only, tfc> shirk responsibly,! it is tp  abdicate parental authority to the government and  loseanother <>f p��W freedoms. - ���'  ":������/ The att tilde of Ithe reader is. :hejmportant  tjiimg and; tt at] jcannot be legislate i. Experts in  the\ field of Tiuipan behaviour have notj to date,  -been ablerto fi id ani casual relatiohshin between  reading hitbits land -j delinquency. In iaZt^ delinquents are! apt to read fewer books-and [magazines  of all! kinds ilian their non-delinquent brothers.  the  tjr.sL, Sup erne . Court  ijuled  on this  "question recently when Michigan birougpt jn state  ; censorship an  its youth. The  of their many problems.  should be Used. Our .legal  to'deny the>u^e of force tf impose out idetb on ^ ^^S^bvSv ��^W. Canadian, are  good HtetalureHso they will develop  judgement \and improve th bit standards* and  impose j  -literature.'  institutions are $tt up  it | ShocMng  ���ice  (Christian Science Monitor)  PROGNOSTICATIONS  I'VE been reading the various  v predictions about Canadian  progress in 1964.. As 'usual,  ���John Atkins (}iesC mcn jn responsible positions, arc cautious in their approach. Just the same, _ when  you add lip all that is said you  get a picture of optimism. Canadians are getting a payoff for  the restraint they have shown  in recent year's,'- and if we continue to act sensibly,. we can  look forward to a continuation  THE  iragedy  which  has   deprived  the   American   nat-  . ..   ,   -        -   , , ion   of  its  President,   and   a    at their first meeting and re nember that they are. fahiilyi of 'its husband and fa- 0f ,he, current economic expan-  the agents of the taxpayers, elected to carry out ther>, should awaken all to the  public business, they willhave no difficulty gaining shockHhg price of political or  fhelonndence oHheelec >ra,e, ��h ,i��U, Sfe tSSf^. *��  port they will make great progress jn the soljution prave3. stale 0^ thought, that  * motivated \ the-Vassassirjat ion  of  .President   Kenpedy   peeds  .     .        .,   . to be faced 'squarely and ov-  .��IMP'IVCS     MS' ercome by every  individual  7-Br   ,.      .    ' \   i Nevfer   before   has \the   na- cramp pur style. We can't af-  possible to justify censorship'in the adult com- tion faced a mOi-e eoihpelliiig ford to slow downtf-wc hope  munity by referring to what may or may not "be need |han it does, today to lift to find jobs for the 150,000  ':"' "'''"   creating a community- ^f1*,0"* ?f the.fruitless and people  who enter the  & self-defeating   mesmerism   |Oi :.',-. .    .      ,    ...   .  .,   .   . - -  - hate  that  turns brother a|g- >ob ,market each ycar- Wc h��WO-  Most-of us have a strong desire to make the ainst j brother,  nation against to have a growth rate of about  world conform to our oxsfn. ideas. Only reason nation, and "race against nice, 6% a year tp create those jobs,  and Jias culminated   jn . this and that ipeahs somebody has  sion.  There is always, of course, a  fly_jn the ointment. We have a  balance of payments problem  not yet completely solved. And  we are close to the point where  shortage of cquiiy capital can  and' Of  brotherly 'love,   upon  ten too intent on security to  others. r  The   PTA's  should  adopt  a  mojre .positive vyhicfy the nation Was found- have anything left over for in-  approach to the problem   They couid * coriduct ed, must be so rekindled, so vestment j. 1. at least our politi-  ���         -     ''                   '*'          and revitalized,    that  this    event cians treat  lis  as ;f we  wcrc  the ^'il1  become   a turning   point hief|   concerned whh SCcUrity,  *���   ,   . -���   i        -^--    - ���-,-.���   ���     ,   -    i-,X     toward  a  more  rational   ap- '        ' ,          ,.                   J'  home environment.TTiey could stimulate children pr0a3h to the solution of to- and 'heir spending along such  to read*1 good HtetalureHSO ih.e-y will develop  heir day's crucial issues. lines  has  reached  new highs  :he thiory it was thereBylprotecting    be^ausfHBey iire-forbidder^Iruiiarid children  Sunrlmo court held! that it is'imJ   waht toftead them for sheer hellery  7.  ATs/advertiser  Supreme court held thaf  ���Ji  automatic }. be ycott    on    undesh abj^e  " . - ��� " a-  ���      ,  .- ���    '  drive for cense rship only makes  books Md magazine's in qt lest ion more interestin  I  I  iicws fsfeiitedi?  X  paid; his bill the other -dm and said    makes ladvertising a profitable investment,  and dent| said," tartly.--fRn-a very  One of the things that.struck  he wouldinot ?e advertising inflfhe TimC:     w^ hope they will'be Wttlte*'enough,and toljrant-Su&y man .and'-can give-you w most forcibly in reading ihe  again "uikti  such time as >e are sTnieThe nevir:;    enough to use those'colilmns-eAien" though theyjOniy   a   few. moments."   Jiot predictions of Canadian leaders  willberepcrtiain'dnhWstmanrier.lWedepiofe   maylnrfire-eatin' mad at k becausevye ate ��toing;T^&?"SSPa\idUCsff *" lhh\ ^ "* ^ 'iU'e  the manner in) which the hews item ���. .! , 'regardtyjs j? goodsjob injeovertng our territefyF:    . impjrtant tiroes the man and namc-ca'!,"s-   Canadian   bua-  ,rl...*.,. L- ..._. u.j^ .~ -:j,I -.��� . " i wi? gbt up and left inimed- ness and ,al?or arc *tamn8 ��o  ij'   .      7 |: I i iatejy, respect each  other   and   work  St. Mary's HWtiaB matfpn was slarited to giyi ^  iojn that the\ hospitall triijstees wer<5  7 That's wlhat th  frankness, in I jelling  that there wil bfe dii  the impres'iOj  irresponsible Jin tHdr actions. We ddj not jigree  with the editorials regarding th^s4me matter  either, but jo{ reco| n,ize the right Dfltjie paper ti  Express opinions in this; page and haVs no^rS-  plaintin this^onne^tlon.lWe think ypujr npw" paper  in its first fouinissm^^as do^e a j^oodj.jo]t��'for th;  area,' but [le^ us have honest ^ew$|v i  man saidrWe appreciate |iis  i usl just as aprjireci^te the fact  ���.,        ^. differences of opinion so long js  TheTinjes is i^porling honestly. We <k> not make  the new#..N^ only report it, j       f    -  In an arsa whuch has been staryjed -for nev s  Coverage, an inqui|ing reporter \�� bound to tum  up situations iyhich need a; little frfesh iair.  Twb peiSple, jr two groups of |peopte, will  Hook alt any,: ;ituati >n from a different angle and,  jif they disagree,1 oie group will almost certainly  accuie tilts other off. "slating." ; | ���   7      7  We co not cldim that The Timesjwilt^lwfns'  be dead r gh | because it is operated byi/humars,  and hunans iiave a built-in abilit*|r to enj/at tinits.  :But it is reporting news and situations; as tp sy  occur ana iff in doing that, it revealsThastyj-ar  7 iiresponsiplej actions, it cannot j be, accused' of  ;slantmgj      _;j    -        - |     ';'������  In|;an ajlea which has no newspaper, maiy  things #*a done aqd many things are left undone.  Thitis pvhy 4 good newspaper is referred to  i as the chaperone bf a cpmmunity. Many people  and maiy gtjpupsj which are prone'to a '^'public  jbe damned"! attitihde have cause��� to mink twice  7before   :<antipuingi that,policy when there  is a*  | good\newspa|)er (td watchdog events. Many people  'will less |bcjineli|ied toj break traffic laws ajnd  liquor  is being  each year.  Oddly enough, some of those  who cry the loudest a bo in our  unemployment problem are die  very ones who urge more and  more social, spending and tax-  A J NONDESCRIPT couple in8-the thin^ 'hat actuary use  shewed -up  at  qie office7 of UP e1u**y capital badly needed  the president of Harvard On- for growth and  increased job  diversity years agoi" You will opportunities!  have to be brief." the  m-esi-      _       . J  [(Columbian Record)  f-  \  Hand  i  ?ALL;I KNOW"  ALL I know is; I amjiapby .  dome . . i. because everything th'at matters  inside a place called home .  Standing . . 1 ever faithful,  life a tender meaning . . . sho  XIarol, beautiful young lady  away . . . marry and becom|c a mother , . . happily,  ��em 'f hongjelts  by Ben Burroughs  Their  mission: was to give f��8Cther- ,f lhcy kecP il UP- we  Harvard millions of dollars, can count on pretty steady pro-  but i they  gave   it   instead7 to igress.  gart a hew university in;the      M    own |$.,that   ,%4  ^SSest.  It was named for  the  when I reach ;my portal; don<|>r,   Leland ] Stanford.  ;.  ��$     just, the other day an eld-  my dear wife so under-! erly  will be a good year. The consumers have money and they're  man was seen wandering  spending it lavishly. If we fol-  hope and-pray .  ;'. .will be home for  winter; to summer : i .with the wonder of her smil  . ,'. you can see from whav I've told you  down insjde I .glow  fever,sweet , *. . -givds this the  corridors of Chase  Man- fow the us lcatJ ^d lower'tax.  isqueenofmy^tre,t..i hatt^ jBa^-  ^nt    ^ T  -'hlS,f COunt��'   cou'd   wc"  .���       .     .      "��� . .-quai'tersj    building    in    New boom.   If prices  can  be  held  will, and nof-tpot^ Yo4.  ��ean I help you, sir?" reasonably stable there ought-to  "    *   ti^S .T?loye   aSK" be .farther increases in indust-  Ellen, ktill her daddy's sweetheart "I hope so,*' the man replied. w-\��WOTCf ln'-re��is�� "J-"���  f quite awhile , . . she can thange "I bust    left .another    bank tysWk force So satisfy  homev^ard  .Jwhere lives'a  1 the love 1 know.  Wffi  con-  wh^re I stood around for  10 sumer demands. 1 believe com-'  ��� ���- i miriutes    and    nobody    even petitive  prices,  brought iab'out  ��� k . M ,     Tlf .    I spo^e to me." The old gentle- by reduced taxes, could 4eil be  As#*n- my footsteps t^ke m^ mah  opened  a  trust  account the k     to fremendous   ^  for half a million dollars.  A .-      ,      ^     ,        ...      .  fev| days later he namedthe ,ty   (oT   ^aflada   w,th^   ,he  bajqik ��� executor   for-his   $800,- ne*1. two years, with a tremen-  000 wjill, ^ -; dous increase in. the nunjibcr of  , Ifo^    several    other   banks job^available.  have called the7 story to; the f  attention of their staffs/hind ���,--       -7 ,  people   are   bothered   by asl^ed!   the   question,    "Could The  Nlfftlt  Owl  Mifli aafe TMessaige^  those massages of Script we  they he  have   eome^ here   first?*  do- not understand; but ^  passages that bother me are  I do understand", '��������� Marl  NEW YEAR PEAKS  "On the | first Day Of  the mountains seen* (Genlsjd 8:5)  uary., Here are these} reassii ing mountain tops,  he month were the  the  Losses do not often run  into  Club  Twain  by Marilyn Simpliins  those thei millions tot: lack **5f cOur-^  tesy,, but many concerns .lose  profitable     businps     because In our house at Davis Bay  they fail to show elementary where our baby's come to stay  consideration  and  kindness.     ��,���   . ��� ��� ���      , .       ...   ,.  vi We   have ,a   club   called   the  tops of  The "tenth month" he re corresponds to our Jan-  the div-  that  isi  aws l.vhen! they know police -court ndws  fullylrepofted. ���  -   v  The end result, we hope, will be a newspaper  respfcted  inform  "2 advertisers  \  i  for honesty and fairness, even  thoughipTtifhes tWere will be ruffled feelings.  The Tifties reeds all the, advertising revenue  it can get. Bfltk c innot let advertisers dictate wttat  shall be played up and what shall be soft-pedalled  The Times' j jfirst ;oncern and primary duty is to  teades; as it does that accurately,  ?w'ill find it has the audience wllich.  ts  itjes, forget the failure of  solvd on godly conquest in  ��� **��� ^r -^  Like, sunlit peaks Mis met vies, rise,  Before my .grafeftm  wondering eyes,  Then Jet. me trust Him, and confess  His endless, glorious faith!  -r-S. Cassells, 1  pledging us the divi ne pres-  hroughout the comiig days,  sibilities to all who have  yes. "power to become the"  Mountain-tops of Christian  ith the Father and His Son"  ihe promises (2 Peter 1:4)  ^Rce, protection, provision,  Mouhtain-tops of spiritual  received  Him bur  Lord  sons O^CjOd^-XJoha 1:12 j|  privileges���of "fellowship  (1 JbhnT:3). Mountain-t<|ps of challenging olpportun  he past: and prayei fully re-  this New Year.  Mess. ���  thel Baptist Church  Sechelt,  Sechelt Peniksuu^w��&  Published Wednesdays I  at^echelt  on B.C.'s Sunshine Coast  ���_'".-'-     byi <.   '.  Sechelt Peninsula Times Ltd,  r Box 381 -Secihelt, B.C.  r -~ Sen'ihg the area from  j .  Port Mellon to Eginont  \(H0we Sound tdJervis Inlet)  Joan Donley, Editor I  i.   S. B. Ahgctrd, Publisher  Subscription Rates:   i    '  (in advance)  '' - 1 Year, $5 - 2 Years, $9  ,'.,-'    3 Years $13  -    :  Night Owl Club. :  : * ��� --" - - -"'"  At midnight  when  the  moon  ���' is- high  Our sister wails a plaintiff cry  My collie howl$. and the wild  folk stir.  My brothers ihink they're missing the fun  And up they come On the run  We wonder how Atmc turned  the house upside down.  One of the weaknesses' of  our age is our apparent inability to distinguish our needs  front oor greeds, -��_  1-  t,  5*' *-\  Aid to economy��/.  -i  Trail Ifey^r^  ided on Peninsula  \7  IN THE lower mainland area there7 are some 60,0QQ small  ;   and  medium-sized  vessels registered  and  harbored.  These .-vessels   are   used   commercially   as .well   as   for  pleasure. :       ~     ~" "^~~ '-  ,....A_Iook   at,   a^liydrographic    l"> Powek River.  chart    of    the    Guifr   waters^  chart    of    the    Gulf-   waters       In    these l inlets - a   limited  shows' the    predominance   0^ccmrtrercialr^ery- exists   of  ��� ��� ^---M   u .,  ���������    herring, salmon, crabs, prawns  medium  and  small  boats are herrmg. salmon, crabs, prawns  in use  on the i^a-nlancT-sidt*. and'   -���&   -fd-    ^jt    scertrc  In this, area tht>re is tew nat- ^UX   cf   ^f   ccasf.ine   con-  ural   harbors,  thus   neeessitat- ^s*mg     with   -snow-cappeci  ihg   the" need-far   man-made ^,   �����. unequalled     any-  , shelters -similar   to   those   of ^h![e " m _lh*    ^oricL    P*  -Gibsons oi-We-stviewl souJiern    Trail     Bay     v^ter  t-u             ii    i. ' .        i     -  - froatage   is  a scenic  piece  of  The   small    boateiv   having 4ate. ^ unequalled   in   its  cleared   the  congested   water- u-    .  ways    of    the    Fraser    River, _"!>"           ~m������  English Bay or Howe Sound. TREBLE TOURISTS  and-heading north, for Powell 4  sheltered  boat   naroor  m  .River,   finds*:himself   running^ Tr^    Bay    would    not   oaiT  the .guantlet of miles of open, ^ubie   or   treble   the   tourist,  ���unprotected   water^IThe' only dollars   now  available   to   tne  good  shelters  with readv ac-- area>    but    wou.d     mtroauce  cess7 and   agress   are   Pender many   new   outlets   for   rev-  Harbour' and Jervis. Inlet.  This . unprotected- expanse:  is a formidable deterrent to  his enjoyment of the beauti-  /ful, fiordlarid waterways- of  the Sechelt-Jervis Inlet cam-.  plex. The- missing stepping-  stone is the Sechelt break-  Water.  ,   BREAKWATER  BENEFITS  enue.  Recent, break-throughs- in.  freight handling. viz���seaborne - container methods  could; serve _ Seehelt w-ith  greater savings over the'present trucking and ferry".methods; the ability to bring- in  building materials in volume'  by^-scow-ta cheaper water  traftsptrt)-could effect  great-  There woufd   b^ an  incalc-    er   savings   which   would   be  - ulabie ,benefit to the commer-     passed    on " to   -the    buitding-  cial  fisherman   if a  breakAva-    trades:   lower   building   costs  .ter .was installed." The' 20  mile run to sho.ter. whether  north or rsoutirr^diScertniges  him- from fishing the innumerable cod reef.> in the area.  Alai. h&r& .ii a salmon - troll-  ing._.pi)terittal.:" plus:thousands  nd thus stimulate- local construct ior^and encourage -new  hrime-seekers.  With- barge mooring ahd  leading faeiTities behind a  breakwater, it it quite pos^  sib to-   sma 11 ^ arui  ing people and it is felt .a  breakwater r would revive  their srz- going "iristincts  - and reactivafe them to fuxih���  er effc-rt ih being self-sustain-  ing,   _"_'.-   j   -" ./j  ;   "She conditi^g. of the area's  small,   local   sSwmills   is   un- ���_  healthy. They suffer from the  chronic  malaise that  a iready  Iccai. market awaits thejehea-  per__s:de   lumber   whill    the_  -valuable dirnersion stoCf|-ge&7  abeggtng     bficause     trucking  "coses..are-too high,   t      |  '   . A  breakwater at  Trad   Bay'  would pump- new   qlosd   into  the arterias of small -sSwmil":  businesse5     "Which     in'j turrf  cc-uid   benefit   the- numerous  small   loggers about   the   Sechelt  Iiuei shcrehr.e.    J  A Porpoise Bay mill J-srouIc  not then be faced with, tiie  prohibitive inlet lumber| transport costs. (The marine dis-  . tance to cover the shcrtkhree-  quarter^mile from Parpoise  Bay to James wharf hi Trail  Bay is 72 milesj Loadings ol  cedar shook .could . develop  . here  also. ." -    1       ;  S*0**MMARIZE ADVANTAGiS  To - summarize   the   advan- -  tages of a breakwater to small.  visiting   craft,   good   Chinook  fishing would be made available  to  the  sport   flshermanr'  beaches   and   inland  iwarer^  ways   in. the area   would   bej  discovered   and   enjeyeef:   the ,  area .may become the hub for.  future regattas. .:       -  This~infiux and the current  trend of cruising sma.T craft  to use land-based meisb for  overnight lodging would be a -  bocn to the moiei rnii.n ar.d  neceisiiato immadiate | expansion. Stc-wart -I^Iantfs b'g.  new inveslrr.es.t gi%:es crpd-  eruia   la. .this-  Is.  lurni   add:t-  The Scchcit Fcninsuia Times, Wed., Jan.J15,_1964_Pa5f_5  ���  .��vf3'.-.fe  'vs.'!.-1  X$rm  r-j.i;j:  ���>>   i ���" VI* .     i  -i*    ���" ������*.*���.  ���,- .'.^.y^.-iL'fi^t'- ������"-:  m  llVX'-'-'X^-':  '-������:" i  Sechelt Kiresmen '    .  GENTLEMEN at the Sechelt Kinsmen Club y~>d  ^"incugurcl meeting cf 1964.{ . .-  ca-^j'e J.t  I      *,.   -.-*���.������     W   :  Poster prizes  7WINXERS ;   ii   "the^*"   school  ."board-spenscred poster con-  - test for a pester to identify"  with "the ; relc-rendum wer^  selected byy^d^es Cha^'^s R.  Gregory. Keith" *A*"righi ar,d  3cb Prcugti. :'e  - ,��ir^ prire et S15 went to*  Howie tvfcrte of Madeira  Parie  with; Raimo Savtji2.ir.e3.  aad"?S t-aof-..  iJudse-    v.-  at thr- ir-i'���  - bf4ag or.ly ��  " {.j*c -entry s~z  res*, and cr,_-  cstcber.  c.-^r.r-~k-'td  -..-    Vr  Ray  iwardson  Madeira.   Park  ond   ar.d- third  also   of  - ~>   -en  J In. one y;a  ctnsuraec o;-  .Americi.- c-^.  it^ wc-ld i  ails ribbon o'  yride-a-d" 1*--  lion  mLLe^   '.^  z   ccr.t  r-*-  of migratory| Fraie^ltive^aiid^- ^contracts   c'ouid   be   negotiat-  Puget Sound.' cohdes. chums,  pinks and sockeye" that pass  ih  season..  ed. It is e��en.'po?sible-cemerrt'  black and allied industries,  scs-i-thg--- the-tjUif-'-Sculd * be  .Sh'eliered   .harbor  ^facilities"   develcp3d   because   of''cheap  at   .Seehelt   would  -encourage    water-bcm   freight   costs.    .  numerous fishermen, to locate!  and" build in the area, thus  increasing the school enrollment and automatici/iiy mak-  JNCREASED   SALES  ^_Lccal pstroleum sales would  be   vastly   increased. 'The   influx of commercial fishermen  ing possible  improved  facili't-    C0.aId   well-spark" the" estab-  les. The resultant area assess-    *iishrr.ent   of   fish   processing.  purchasing. and wholesaling  to Vancouver markets.'- Even  the influx" of 100 new fishermen-residents (a conservative  estimate)   living  ashore  could  ment    would    further    attract  government   and   private   interests.-' .   -   : " . '-  --.' Dealing   with   the   effect" of  breakwaters on  the. local ec  onomics   of   ^rea^s   in   which, quhe conceivably spend $100.-  they   are   currently   establish- 000 annually on groceries and  "ed,   it   is   understood   in. the serviees alone. -  -  Westview    breakwater   envir7        The Iniiian population,  lec-  ons,    small : businesses    have atecj   at   Sechelt.   it   boasts  70  'been established"! in  the  wake families and is rapidly .increa-  of the boat harbor. sing_     clarence  . Joe,    senior  At    Gibsons    it    is"   obvious--band   councillor,   states.   "We  that   the   numerous   commerc- are   the   {asxest   growing   race  ial    fishermen   ^moored    there ifi-Canada."  The   Indians   are  greatly- augment   the business bastcatlv_fishermen   and   log-  ��� inconie.   nor - to   mention   the ger5.  massive    injection,   into    the �� Boat' building"and 'mainten-  bloodstream. of   Gibsons'   ec- ance  for both  whhT and  In-  onomy   administered"   by -the d;fan   -cuid   develop   in    the  -lonal   rLatai-m���iS-   crcwsnim^-  " tibh make? r^asGnablt^ .a, fast.  small, ..direct., J3erry-rservice.;  : Iroth 'Vanceaver "to 'Sdthi��t:-'"-: *  During the summer I months.  busioads-of people are!brsught;  7 up   to   Seehelt--"-What?, awaits  them   Cut" frustration-*, Ir.crea-  -,��sd- hotei-mctel :units,   caiter-  ing serviees. marine trips and  other  forms  of .entertainment  would   absorb   the   .Canadian  "and CS dollars. j     *_      .  1 It is generally feir that if  : the federal" government^ can  "Justifv a, breakwaterjat Gan-  ges^bn SaltspringlstancL'then:  justification for a briakwater  "at Secheit is many-fold more  obvious.      - j .  .  As   a  harbor.  Secheit  auto-  maiicaMy   feeomes -tin   entity  in _marine    publications"   and  "statistics  all ^iver  the   weeid.  -To.paraphrase the words of i  great man. let  the* slogan for  -  the hew year be: "Think:-not  _what_ Sechelt -Peninsula -can  do for you. but whmAyou. caii  do   for  Sechelt   Penrnsuia   {&.  1964.  RICKARD, CRAWFORD  & CO.  '    Chattered Accountann  $m  icn  incur.ee. the cpenanc  cf cn^o^z-.ce  therr prcfeii ��*~ Ct  Wharf Rozd. Secheltf 6.0-  under the rrcHc^merr cf  S. 'THOMAS fFET,  C.A-  *;X     Telephone: ISS^"^^  P.O. Box 373, Secf#Sf B.C.  PLASTIC PIPE  ahd FrrnHGS  ' Gal. ond Black Pipe j  litttpgs from 18" to 2"J  -WE CUT AND THREAD!  PIPE^  ic MAYTAG APPLIANCES  *-FAW���EtT RANGES AND HESTERS  PENIHSULA PLUMBING LTD.  Phone 886-9533  Sunshine Coast Highway  u.  invasion cf boating during  the summer .'months and-holidays weekends.  ONE AT TRAIL BAY  s A breakwater in Trail Bay  would do wonders for Sechelt. ; Porpoise.1 iBay    water-  f|^tf| *��*��*>��ww**��'��^'��*>��^��*****wg.*��***��i**����*��i����^#**#*i,'*��'i*>' mmm^*nm-m^+m-*^'m'0^*m0n**-*0*^+-*rm*.Mmm-m&r*-m�� 0***m&^m*e~0**- ^*  ^J       ' SUBSCRIBE NOWl SUPPORT ^OUR NEW PAPERl 1|1  S&a^o^^c^ il IS'^ incorporated tn^ the  fJts     S-chelt ' Inlet,.   Salmon, cement  rowtroctien of  m.ny  ArSi    Narrows  Krxn77and- on of Vancouver^ city. streets  ^toJe^S Inlet  ar*d  beyond        The  Indians are  a  sea-lov-  wake   of   a   breakwater.   Sechelt   tribe   possesses   a   num-     ,^j  ber of fine carpenters, .exper-    j��        - SUBSCRIBE   NOW  lenced in both ship ana house    i5S ^w*****^* ���  building.  At   one   .time   the   reserve  foreshore   extended   an  addi-  ^  &  t  ^NaLEY'Slfil^HEAT  SALES AND SERVTC  For oil yourjhedttng fequirementS  CHOICE <3F 4 OIL COMPANIES WNANCE PLANS    j  WARM AIR OR HOT WATER HEATING  C E.iCAL> TINGLEY  Box 417 Sechelt ^  Vhone 885-9636  885-9332^  ���Si  50c per month. S5.00 (per tjettt*  bgtwrr&e or maU* Look for the  speeA^Mseripiiott et^-elope in,  -       ; Wednesday's Titles-  ^^^PENINSu-LA^^eo' *-��.  -PHONE 885-9654 or 88S-S9S2  jit , - - I -    lT"nw��*��  ww �� .  ��SS - I      - "   I   '     " - - i - t.. _^ -  *3*rt*. JCTlgr��'<'��W'W*^'W'W'��Ml^*^wr��M>t��**W''"'��*'*'^  FOLLOW jTHE: ARROW FOR BARGAINS  tl    I   ._i|    I   illm l-      ��� '       '    ���    ���        .   " I   '  HI   ' .    -'"J"1 . '   j For etot^pmyli.  ie surveyor says  Sechelt ��� heeds | haropr  By W^jy. Higgs, Marine. Surveyor  day for Sechelt and theSu ishiiie Coast  all* pofnt with admiration to jsu? own  :fcour Bf Sec'heft, evert �� \ ; mafr Itas fo build  book   vfhfi-n  ,      .  tdlmtati .  line   ofj. the;  lies' a portion  ly flat .land b  ofGe04gia^ai;  let admirably  iT^WiLL. be d .great  When wft can  sheltereo ha  it:  In thd 179b*J5.w-heii-C3pta'iv   tioh for  roughly] TOO  vessels,  Vancouver surveyed these ld^'thr area ��� nv ques ion was dre-  _cal   sboj-es"  be tween ! Vancod-    dg^d,  fljdats -land   usual Ifacil-  ver    and.   Pd-vell     liver    *#���?:-it-ifs,   hgfiting^ptc,   installed*;  Thade  this   entry   in i his., logr,^ y  to jfind  Chit  this [along  Arorkirig ' withlri'' wilh   all'rthe   o her   wharves  the tndfe-ntatt*-of |he  shored-    ani. floats in.th�� havbor jcould  '    ������*���������' nc.   peaj'^y   accommodatjj  \he  known las   Tfitjii]- B<4<:   "There    boils ,ct\ those   cwners|  who  of  dcfinpartive-     wished  t  that there is  wiphed to  becon  iJtvveetrthY GuK.^fid^M .<* tiie  d an Inland in-    ricjt.   Further  suited! to settle  ment but" unfoffu,nately not  likely tjo; devfelop sijice it���has  only7 an inland -sheltered'liai-  bour." (He \yas referring to  Porjpoisb Bay as tip "inland  sthelterdd harbour."  Why 7 has   'man  accommodation  sians   and   huncfieds   of; tham  will  come  to  Sechelt  if  they  know on arriva  a ahsltsred.han or  If Sechelffis to develop  propsriy and ', likewise the  urhole Ipeniniuli, then every  aHilfble spbtWon its shore-  lihb wljiich?could be cpnven-  ietitW and" ecouomicalty; dev-  elojpaH for watir-eraft should  be promoted with as| littie  delay .as; possible for the' sea  along wjith ou' highways .is  a prime producer of business  and pleasure.  Now 1 can h?ar the classic  hue and cry from duif local  villagers concer ning. my views  above���-���what'; bout the pollution of our, vaterfroht bea-  ehes."  In the tjase of $echelt  P���vi- .Sechelt jgroup  PTAldecfieS  of obscene  display  iterature  SECHELT PTA held regular meeting Jan. 9; in the activity  room jof the school, with abcut 30 present.  Mrs   Tom Lamb, president, opened the meeting by  announcing that after the business of the PTA, the school  referendum would be-explained b\t school trustees     '--  Nei|    Hansen,    secret  something  fortunaite  century* o:  to   cure  situation ��  more? Si  struggled Iprajvely a  handicap,  hot^ dope  I this   uh-  wi re   made    to  shelter  and   mobnngs -fjor   at  ieist  another  200   boats'^  ^anainioites     can  : pifbudly  point o&t   ail   tl  to their  project  ie. permanent  city and distJ  ^presentations,  Ott}nv4T���for  tjiip co'nditipri  ply in ii meaiu  bfe; considered-  to1 human heal  continual sweet  -OPpn tidal aspc;  -ficiular-    locatioh  in half a  $chetjt ba,s  gainst .this  With proper representation Ifo'' our federal/ gov-  embnerit, |his harbor of 'S,e-'  cheitt dbulo , c uite easily  have  a advantages  district of the1 originaf  thermore- can  and-pew' rock  ���edgedl   ai-t>a,  thief- -glib  ic  ment, {Ot(aW!  '/orks    Depart-  to   obtain -the  desired risu,ij.s.     jl  and  fin  tell us tjhat a b'  -bieakwater,    -d.  floats,   and  all   modern;.fieri-  ities  foe the  beating  fraternity cosily; nearly one million���  dollars is to bei ome a reality  this, year   right    instkier then..-'  hiirbor at the riouth o'!"Mil.K  slone  Creek.  Tlis  will  mean  be eh .ahlstalilUheil fact  long _a sizeable |'ncoriie to Ninaimo  alo    butl-this   !red4esentatiOn,   ���f'-r it has been established in  Jb&j to! be -bacKed by the sig-,'n-any areas on this coast that  natitirfel of! evjry eligible"resi-77*i. estimated $10,000 -average   ,  derit lib * suitable petition to'.&*bss  income can  be ��j;xpect-  ,,   r    ���*,-,-i,..-L*rtT-_i.L.'    ^i_-_.      e^ from  each   ?oat  belonging  to a resident ,o\ mer, Snp most  to���,.^.      j_^ o." this income   s spent J locally  So far Jthis, "department has   'dM theije.  Thi.-   is  all  to ac-  neyer failed to go along~~with    cjimmodate    th >se    from    the  .vould not ap-  'e which jfould  as detqmentai  ih because^, the  ,.-past ahd Wile  ct of''this pur-  take$    car|;  Mrs.     T    -_-  ary, read lletter from PTA  Federation requesting support  for the feqeration's brief to  provincial government -, asking  the attornejf-gerieral set up an  advisory ccimmittee, to deal  with citizen complaints re, display and^sajle of obscene literature. :  Under thj* Criminal Code of  Canada sticjh literature is defined, but it is a complicated  and, costly process for an in-  naiturally of thi- pollutibn pro-  bUWn which, for instancle Nan-,  ahno harbor aijid Eitglijsh Bay,  had for deeadss- Bathing over  all these year; has gjane on  happil^ in .tbqse two locations and only lately have  measures, been taken to dispose of raw sewerage beyond  thjfese bathing ; reasr-when pollution itoas, fou id in a propoir-  >t-ion where buinan health was  mirdijv;I .endangered. I would  estimate that :vcn at an accelerated       growth,       ScchcHt'*  dividual to  ,was   felt  }  lay   chargejs  would  not  be  ' confronted-^ _by  a commulhhyiiof iHe, size of ^nd,andithejoa who desired  Seche4t if that' community tb takje''advarjtage of these  shows thp rehl ne��d/*and con-  sidared mter^t in si|ch a proposal as i|he formu g of a necessary sljielt<ired narbout ,at  its fiont Idoor' It i> up to the  residents,!] merchan s and j fishermen tpgeth-er 'vith .ijnany  others to pull together) and  not- in many', deferent direction! HwMti-H i-if"4suan^4'thV  case"- ^wpen ! facte are rnoj  known.   I j  this problem. If, however, Si^-��  ehelt grew racidly as a result  of the proposed harbor dsv.-/  elopmenVas n|,any other, places ' h^yiR.r.rdpne ��� on the coabt,  then iit wbiik be in a fipe  financial condition to install-'  commensurate  th. Jhiif is nor-' <  1 knowj ol  -cause!I have been  sociated , w  developmen  what!I write be  ar tage  rtian-rdide f'aci ities and  most  cf this * develop nent" has come  bout in. the 1 ist few years.  ICaniirho   harbor   is  a.  very  4ood example  af what I-wish  t,o  ilkstrate.  Some  years ago .  he reoerargoA, ernment' installed ^rpajl   V23;el  accommoda-r  o    tof   quick   .figuring,    lt)0..  :omnii;r^jiil7 bnj^s- will, ipo^r'%.  'their Iccad port  another regard-  the  bulk of it  ith,    sdveral    sucli  \  on  ccjast,; 1 [must \sa7. that d'ur-  . i^gu these developments no  better cooperation and-consid-.  eEatten could hav^: bSeri had  of given than tha- which was  renjoyjed while w;>rkingiwith  the dfficials and Ungiheirs of  the jfedbrjit; department of  public, JA-orks during th:*se  'develj3prjients. I   '  One.his only to look at olh-  er tdJAms and villages 01 this  cp.asti witiv-l^no iiatural harbours such as~Westvie-w-Pow-  ��� closely as-  the     BC  !! 1,000^0 Into  :n one way or  ess -cjf where  s maaeU  On I top  of,  L-onsidSf^able ir  _jected from al  md  gniall   bo  ainly: iit tract  sewftr   system  withrihat'. grdy  ihal \usiness.  jLet us all  hbrbflr arid m  call  and -stay  rtiakei   it ; a  charts so that  ���cial, I resident  tional point c f  take; pur place  stal  towns of  bia;  Dull ,for: Sechi'i.t  ake it a; port i 6|*  Likew^se' lei's..  |)ort   on   marS,'-^  from a comirjei--  al   and   rectjea-  viewr-we pan  with other coa-  British CoVum-  01 R  a.nd.  top  iver. .Soin'tulhj' ��� Parks��ille  Hornby Isla n:d to1 mep-  a few, to1 si;e the great  growth and advantage enjoyed "T5y*"the ;iJ 'Settlarrients when  f iieir: fede ^al gov|riiment har-  b)r^ibe^ne:V;a reality.- It was  libt long,* for instance, before  WestView harbor -became too  small and1 had to.be added to  .several yijiars ago.f At time of  writing another''j'addition .of  Considerable s+zeJis, baihg. ad--  SS^S ""  .Ips. there is : a  come to be ex-  1 pleasure boats  it . harbors ctjr-  the many retir  ed persons wlio like/ yachting.  School hoard  from page  1-j-  Gordon , Johnson     expla ned  other   factors   besides   en-oll  merit      effected      accredi ihg,  such as facilities and. qual|ific-  ations cf-teachers.  .���BC-STA requested-a 40  II-  If ther�� is a"g  they ' can    k't  where;!  there  ng ajfl-a fe,v  erally  turn ou  ent  residents.  ThcW    agair  graat  fast.  boat, |i  sleep  boarc.!  'hjf': m ' Secht  comm|��Jijcially  location   and  ded lijci'lity'',  and -pjC'dt tr^n  smali     boats  harbor   by   h  poise���Bay .'for  lod '.place Where  ep their boat  is pleasant liv-  fiih tHey gen-  t to be perman-  cent mcreas  proved at th  -kxmvention.  scenery  there    is   . i he  trend te wards the smail  outboard    and    inbosad  itDflay__w ithcut   adeqip.'.e  jngf" . a'ccDmmodation  h.a--'  .!' sb one of the facets,.-a ���?  It   is   concerned  is the.attractive  the  greatly ,ad-  >f James2   wharf  sport to haul ine  from     Seche-lt  ighway   to   Por-  a.   change   of  and'fishing   (the   fish  in   grants  atinual trustees'  J  per-  ap-  lay-a charge, so it  committee   could  with   more   easje  and- less esfpTmse.  One persjon in the meeting  spoke briefly- auainst setting  up of a 'committe. saying it  was parents' responsibility to,  see children did not have access fo obse'ene literature. A  committee * could i*ffi^)se a  censorship which would be an  infringement bf an adult's  right to.choose.type of literature to be read by that adult.  The president "asked mem-  :bs.-rs to suggest to the executive, items: for the agenda^ of,  the meet|in-gs;''. or matters  which-the |members wished to  be  discussed,  ���   The-   mtjetirigrvdecided    the  annual   fajmily   night   concert  be presentjed ju?t before Easter.   Mrs.   W.  Scott  volunteered , to   act; as   chairman,   with :  the assistance of Mrs.  Harold  Nelson. Mrs., \vtn. JDavis, and  ���Mrs.  Roy Trites.  . JuS-t    before    the    business  meeting adjourned,  the' president made mention of homes ;  being   back  to  school  routine ���:  after*    the     Idng    Christmas ���  break of 16 days. Mr. Cooper, }  pri'neipal, iremarked \hs  sum- '-  mer  halidby   break  would  be .  74 days Jthis year. ,,*.  I  -Mri^aHib theh^lled--"up--  on   Lso" Johnson,   trustee   for.  village of! Sechelt. to explain v  the school referendum. Copies ;  of the brochure were given to_  each   perjson    present.    Othc'r.:  trustees,  ivfho were  scheduled  to attendj/ were unable to  be  present.  In   response   to   a   question.  Joh ison said the trustees hoped within three years to build  We; t�� Sechelt school on property already owned by school  district. . This would -depend  on number of children, also  Trail Bay school rooms, would  have to be filled.  7 He also pointed out , that  borjowing under Referendum  1 has only another five  rs to run, before it is re-  i in full, so there would  an overlap on the two ref-  ndutns only for that num-  of years.--,  ie trustee did say that  se small schools were suc-  sfuh and that Langdale  ool-was producing good rets.  It  had  been  opposed  at  No.  yea  :pai  be  ere  bei  : %  the  7:ce3  set  ;su  ;thc  fwi  PU  fir;t by the parents, but now  y were mote than  pleased *  h the small school. ^  ,|\.nother poi-son queried the  ���chase of property  tor Gib-  Isoib Elementary, being partic-  juh.rly concerned that; kinder-  Aga-ten'and  elementary   children  would  be  in a  school  so  rckse to a busy  highway.  The  trustee   pointed   out   no   other  .ftivid was as suitable- :ir available,   and   the  school   district5  7 hid to make use of what was  7 -on'ered.  Mrs. "Lamb thanked Leo  Jchnson for his explanations,  ih d invited all present to stay  for coffee and cake.  .Chamber holds r  smorgasbord  SECHELT 'Cliambfi-   of  Goni-  I merce'c-xpect a reeotci turn-out   at   their "annual   mstalla-  on   of   officer*,  nd dance  to/ De  ���*-gasbor X  held   in   the  gion  an.   25,  Jack" Davis,  guest   speaker.  > Tickets   can  Hail/    on     Saturday,,  -MP  will    be  be    purchased  from   any   Chamber   of   Cosn-  .  merce member   Mu>ic will  be.,,  provided by a four-piece combo.  to provide office  > Ispaee instead or renting. This  is 40 percer Ljnore-i than the  $1075 grant paid by; this dis-  ict; in   1953  LETTERS  :    Litter,  fuo  reprbsentath  ���"attendance  alleged molestation of a  Aild  wai  mat  -���* discuss  er i^ad  tn Mrs. Wacdell,  Park  hing  e for Selma  area    concer  ion  Qr'avel Maulers  HILLSIDE GRAVEL WILL BE AVAILABLE  !  THROUGH  d.  Board fell  beep handled  the  sat-  ai��2   alvyays .jfomewhere   else).  ; people  require ,.-  ,v>  A full-time sfendgfariher i;jrequired for Elphin  stone Secondary7 School commencing  1964.  \,        For paHiculgrsX cone etnirig' hours  and duties  slease contact th^,Principal, Mr. W." !i. Potter.  THE tOARD OF SCHOOL TRUSTEES.  School District No  '?  fe  February , 1>*  46 (Sechelt)  isfaitorily' by RClVIP >nc. the  school princ pal. r  Aincther etter from Mrs.  Waddell cor cerning failu re to.  receive minlfites. of meeting of  represc-ntatiyes held in Nov. '������  was read tJ> the board. Mrs.  Burns poinjed . out there was  nothing in the. act requiring  minutes be j provided, Horvath  felt _LL_would be good public,  relations, it Was decided to  senpl .copies of these iniimtes  to represenlativs. tor reference  only since they would not be  appitoved until the naxt meeting; cf *rep. resent jjiliWs.  lso   abprbved   sub-  current   budget   to  at  meetings  of  el-  ON  ^oard . a  mission". of  taxipayers  ecf crs.  Request  for increase i  Ker  ary   for   Mrs  office   wot-  to    Horvat  mendation.  BOX  172, SECHELT  MONDAY OF EACH  WEEK  UNTIL FURTHER  ! ��� >'     ;"   NOTICE.  Prices will remain thesOme. Subject to change without  . notice]        .       ' .  LIMITECf CREDIT  i sai-  Olive Service,  was   submitted  h^.for    hjs   rscom-  Phone inquiries to  Harold at  835-9666  or" Len at  686-2652  ^nl^vw#^^g^i^^Jrtf^^tf^w/^^nffAi^^  SOEIS  ���:>t Gibsons^  Phone1 886-9833.  jj%.*i.-h*m+**'*i��iri**Mm.ii****-m, by AL SONE>��RS;  The   Sechelt Times,   Wed.,  Jonuory  15,  1964  Poge  7  Sick reported   ,  Irom Vajicouver  CHARLIE  2Bfo<ikman   is*   in  Shaughnessy    hospital    following   an   accident   in   Vancouver. Harry Hill *visited him .   ���  and   said   he   is   comfortable  and cheerful. He sent a message   to . his   friends   asking  that ��� they   not   catch   all   his "  fish as he will be back- to do   -  his own fishing, Mrs.  Brook-  man   is   staying   with   friends  in the city. -    *  Mrs. Pat Wedley will be in  hospital tor some time yet��� but  is coming along nicety. -George Wedley is an out-patient  of the hospital.-  Mrs.  D.  A. G.a Frere i.s out-  of  St.   Paul's hospital  and   is  staying  in  town  for a  time.  Prank    French    is    still    in,  Shaughnessy,  but  doings very.",  well. " -      -  Mrs. Harry Hill is in Lion's',  Gate Hospital for a check-up, -  and will be home shortly.  J. H. McCrea is in <St. -Paul's  hospital- where "be   is   slowly  improving. He expects to be in  ..  hospital    for    some    time    to  come.  -    ���*  Mrs. L. M. Lonneberg is in  ���hospital   in   Vancouver.  1964 officers  are installed  MAGISTRATE*   A.    Johnston  installed the 1964. officers of  in the presence of 22 members  the Sechelt Hospital auxiliary  and visitors.  Mrs. J. Redman  installed    as    president   .was  ��� welcomed    by    past-president  Mrs. C. Connor who also  introduced Magistrate ."Johnston.  A   letter  from  W-. Milligan,  St7 "Mary's  Hospital   administrator was  read thanking- the  auxiliary   for   their   generous-  donation for a new. operating  . room table.       ' 7 - .  This energetic aukiiiary  plan a busy . agenda' for the.,  coming, year. Mrs. L. Bepner  is- convener of tbe gil; box  committee, and past-president  Mrs. C. Connor is convener" of-  the Memorial fund with Mrs.  A. Swan as her assistant. \  The next meeting wifl. be  * tajld Feb .13, at 2 p.m. at the  Hospital Cottage. New mem:  bers are welcome.  Mrs. H. Duffy, convener of  the smorgasbord "committee  announced the date of the  spring* dance  as  April  4..  Quiet; year for ^ ;  Gibsons yFDept.  GIBSONS volunteer fire debt.  ~   had   a   very  quiet  year  for  fires.-and   other  calls.   tn7all-  there   were   It   alarms, "three  for hc5U.se fires,  two chimney-  fires, -two oil - stove firesi one  grass   fire,   one' inhalator  call ,  and two false alarms.-This, is  Very good in comparison with"*  other towns and  villages. -  It also shows that the "people" : are being fire cautious.  especially o%-er Christmas and  the cold season. This" year" the  officers  are:   ' -  W. Scott, fire chief: Bl Campbell, assistant chief; C. Malh-  man, assistant chief (instructor): F. Feeney, captain; H.  Smith, captain: K. Crosby.-  lieutenant; B. Feeney. 4ieut-  enant,   :   . *."    ".  The instructor Cliff Malh-  mah ��� has" a stepped" up trainr  ing program-for 1964, coming  - home last fall from the fire  chiefs' convention with "new-  ideas  and   suggestions.  SONNY SOUTH  ������ft;  '!V*3f.  '.-��'���'*;*���"  , ������- ,"i z ���*  7:*y'1'J}i  K  t * 'fli  \__  RURAL DELIVERY  fey ALJMITH  WA'   ~~   o ;nT:  &  Uzi-t  i  MMW*'**tt^#-��llrfr��^^*uwrtg^^^<>i^^<fc^^^^  SPONSORED  BY  & HA  Join all our customers who patronize us Jiecause of  ��� SELECTION      * PRICES       * SERVICE  We do not have everything but our 12 years experien-  cehoffdri? you the ^est possible'deals. *       " 5  mmwuMH'*"���" ���.���*  Phone 885-9777   LI.IU������H    ��� " "�����"���'"'""  -"---" 4.       - .; - S !  :        - j ' ' i -  %. -     _    ���   ,1,1,11,1 ���     r        ���    I j mi imwiH'1'"."! "���"'���     "i"'  M ���1  woodeh doors and lost in the  fortunate enoufah .to stumblej upon the ev  of'an ancient cljas^ica cathedral  Forei  ��?  v  ship   of f *peasahtfy   has   very  n,ess  that, i-s  premature,   that  " does  not  properly  belong, to  " humans  so] young.   They  are  darkened by race and sun and ;  toned    "with    Mexican    dust.  They   are'   runny-nosed    and 7  dirty  with  large   brown   and   ��  confused eye.-.. Torn dusty gar-  .fnents reveal a brown shoulder or a convex belly that ypu  hope is sufficiently filled. One7  can loose ones heart to these  ,  people   who   are   so   clbse   to  the earth,  -From the early initiation into life, throughout youth and  Into adulthood, these people  develop. But this pi ogress is  only chronological. Ftom their  eaily acquaintance with the  labors of life uptil their deaths  'they behave and react much  the   same,   The   childien   will  1 startle you because they ��ee_rr��  so mature and the adults Will  startle you because they seem  so "childish.   There   is   what  1 might    be- call��l    a    "level  "of  'complexity" that is rushed in-  'to by the youthful and .seldom  exceeded   by   the   aged.   The  result, is, a  people who  pos-  ' sCss", relatively >few individual ,  * differences'and; whq'��g;an,. tip-   ,  oii'^ superficial'acquaintance,  ���'be* quite predictable.*   ���     '*.-   *  'WAY OF PEASANT  This is the- way of 'the peasant. Call them-feudal if you-  ���/'please but they carry an' uncomplicated and sincere man-'.-,  "ner the citizens* of this eount-7.  ry could do well to partially. -  assume, Hypocracy in this social   class,   deceit,   insincerity  and arrogance is far less prevalent. They are the people of  the fields whom you meet by  ' the fields, the people of the  ��� earth whom you meet when  you too lk-e close to the earth.  ��� And for those of us who are  ' familiar with the natuie of  the city and the pace of our  modern ways, then , these  humble folks offer a soothing  lelief from the strain Despite  their poverty one can find  '*a consolation in the image,  embodied in these faces .weathered" by sun and wrinkled  h}*:. drudgery. It .is. symbolic  "or 'the* humility And 'Sttnpfic-  ity that is so characteristically Mexican and so basically  human. -  4  PUNCTUATING Mexico ansTtTnts of culturje that 4>*e ma^kr ^jmis.QE pack waters, T"h^j3^^                                       In iheir  3div different from the1 poverty that is commbnly con- employ - ���'.th^eiyesh ->h\;\-the; -**=/��*���.% .tlite-are; ^arnhing  a^d  S'dorek td perrrfeate the CoJtry. Deployed in an architec- ' ��eld�� cuttirg hay or wejdto.   -*onderjhg, there is a serious-     USE     TIMES     CLASSIFIED  turallroXrln -the su^u^bf-M^coCityis th^univer- gg%����J&&$B$,  sity eff Mexico) while  in contrast,, hidden behihd. heavy -ly slow   T}ie acqUisition;Aof a  ty, one might be gallon of water may ^represent  tacuated remains the efforts of" several-'hb^i's of  bulk  of the c  MEXiCOiis a  (Me> ico  arge country,  ews  I  )  -By Ray Grigg:  much of it cry.and. hot. Even  as 0the   ir terior   plqtea j   reaches  elevejtlonj/ and' the  tempW-ature   rioderates,   thi aridity   reriains   prominent.  The scarcity cf rivers and':treams and other frjesh water  ; sources leaders the burden of life.'  Drmking water is often dif-       ;  " ticultj! to , procure and suffie  I.- ient moisture fcr crop produc-  i tion || at aiy ev m greater pre-  \\ miurti In most areas there is  v insuilficient water for the es  . tablishment of [irrigation .sysr.  'terns' Semi-desfert ^actus and  ��� shrufcis. are thi�� predominant  I flora.  Iiqcal. Mexicain life assumes  L  I resii tant at an  rWhc  ame chara ^ter as,-this ar-  As   the   desert   plant*  must becqme coarse anc  .early! J age anc  **���  the Villages and sewage  runs  down  the  shallow  gutters.  PEOPLE POOR  In the countryside and the  villages the people | live poorly. 'They do not Starve but"  their mater al possessions are,  by our s tandards, limited-  Th ;re is no running j water  or electricity.. Stoves are pn>  common and cooking is done  on open fl es or small char-  wajlking  of  the  arrival :bf  a  tiny load pf hay may be. the  total   prediction  of the  half-,  day labors  of a man ���arid'' li"*3'-  burro.   This   is   riiraj   Jwtsbcico,  It; plods  ilong  unprpgressive-.,-  lyi from   generation  to generation.' >  (The character of these peo-  .ple is mum more fundamental than those people of more  advanced  countries.  LESS carefree;  The, difference is, in; complexity and exists in youth  as well a; age.  The" -children  rmmmmwrrsiyf/jiiffriiTz  I.  do not pli  children i  are   less  ���Arl Complete Building Maintenance.  **i Commercial ��� \ Industrial ;\  Employees Bonded-Liablity Insurance  y quite the same as  votheiv places. Tliey  carefree: - Th����   hard->  cptil brizurs. Most food is  afterward' dbyeljop slow- priparec&ir a manner that a-  |:lys lso jdo thr ldcall; people voids thi| i se & consequently  ,i The ir existene * is .slow anc [ wa shing ibf dishes. Corn bread  ' une ithusiastic, burdened.-anc b 3np cakes, black beans, tom-  I1 suppressed by environment^ . ateies, splfee a , and some fresh  l Throughout northerii and fruit:* there seems (to be little  icenlral Mexico there pkvade;>-eh]e Uiat belongs-to their mat-  van indifferehcj to initiative. erlal existence; There is a  i As the unkept streets..so thi? shack that is. called home, ar  ', abodte shacks that .dot the dr* sombrero or serapej, the eloth-  * hillsl. Each if strbwA witii es that mWht serv^ for Wf>rk.  '. umiepessary filth, witrtscraw. church t,or funeralf The ma-  ! ny dogs or ktray phickemu cNtte is a a-instrument affor-  -Dofc* goats of calves killed ded to-neatly everyone but  rby Massing vehicles, pppUlats the burro :o only |a few.  the ]roadside, feloated, festei- With exreption \>f the very  ing and fly infested, they lie old and the very' young, alum ititended, tlfieir stench .to - most eyer 'one seims contin-  eraited until tlpey have rottep    ually   employed   in   his   own  indifferent manner. The women pounc corn or fetch fire--  wood.    They    wash    clothing,  {'. consumed the  y^dti^r'es   have  carcasses.  Gai-  bakej! diecoratei  the  streets  cf  - *' -^jrt#^>tdr^>= ifiHO*-^"?  1  Call S-fS^5*f'  freeIIstiMates 1  Complete Servich rtf^M^ SeaplwemSFo Serve You  ^���    INCLUDINGHtHEI BIG HUSKY, CAPABtrOF7  CARRYING SEVEN PASSENGERS OR   ' ��� r  T700 IBS. OF  A. tfe^KPHONEL GALL. TQ OUR SECHELJ dEFICE  will bring  a  modern  radio  equipped  aircraft  to  you  " *  ! Go Modem  ^   GofTyee -  ^"fttiite Sechelt 88^22tkm!8SS^22M  !>i*U-JLU.  i  OFFICE IN THE LOBBY OF SECHELX BUS D^POT  liituu.. mjtm  M" iii  '1)11  ��3  fl  P  I  ���i  P  n  S  n  .ill  S m  I  8  IS  "I  is  :1  --"^1  ���a-  8  I  4  !���'  8  if  I  3  -1"  The Sechelt Times,  Wed.,  Jortuory  15,  1964 Poge 9  ;Legion branch_  plans social  .    EDWARDJ Surtees,   president  of the Royal Canadian Legion Sechelt  Branch No.   140  announced   that   the   branch  plans   to   carry   on   with   its  contributions     toward     com-  - munity services during 1964.  :   The Branch also plans a social evening for members- and  one guest on Saturday' evening^ Febvl.**  ���The 'Legion's monthly teen-  jage dance will be held in the  Legion Hall on Jan. 31; Proceeds from these dances go  ���toward the support of the Jr.  . Olympic; Training. Plan,-_ Boy  Scouts and the Junior soccer  ��� team.  BC presidents  of SECA leaves  7 W. A, LEACH who has been  the president of the parent  _body SPCA for BC, has been  transferred   by   his   firm" to.  Calgary.  A farewell party wras give  'for"- him and his wife at? the  me of Mrs. V. Cowie, 3283  enderson St., Victoria, January 3 and was attended by  representatives of a number  of the branches, in the province.  B. L. Cope, president, of the  ��� Sechelt Perminsula sul> branch was/present to represent  the local organization. Suitable gifts were given to. both"  Leach and his wife: A meeting will be held in Vancouver  Jan. 18 to appoint his sue*  cessor as president.  Pender Harbour  - Flotsam, Jetsam  by Bunny Smith    _^  BOBBY   Mair   went "Jo   the  Grey Cup game and Weldst  her   but   now   we   find   that  -she got carried away'by the  Eastern -enthusiasm  and  flew '���  all  the  way  back  to Ottawa  . -_with  her two children Kelly  " end Todd.   She spent Christmas week  %v-ith  her  parents.  Mr.   and   Mrs.   Roy   Todd ,at  Richmond. Ont.  Returning^ to  Pender  Harbour  in  time  for  New Years. All kidding aside,  Bobby! We missed yott^_  Ed     and     Anne     Lprentzen  tripped off to- New Westmiifc ���  Ster    to    spend    New"  Years  :\vith their daughter.'Mrs.. Pic-"  kard. "'--*_  Mr. and Mrs. Wm. rPieper  of Pepder Harbour spent the  holiday season with, their  aunt at Chelmsford, Mass.  They> left their home at Irvine's Landing, to meet their  son Bill Jr. returning from  Europe with hfe new bride  -  and $mall son.   V.     ,-        ���L.  The   Harbour   is   about   ta"  lose Dr. H. V  Morris and hi&  family;   All   the   information .1  we were able to get was that  he   will   be   leaving   Pender  Harbour to practise in North  Vancouver. We will miss seeing Ijiim doing his daily dozen  hf rpwihg around the bay iir  his little dingy. We hope he  j^vili at least come back some*  day to indulge in the fun of  herring  'jigging   on- a   warrn"  Septs,   evening.   We   hope   he 1  ^     will J be   very   happy   in   his-  "\   ���work at North Van.  >���%.* i  THEB(3ARD0F SCHOOL TkUSTBES OF  DISTRICT No. 46 (Sedelt) I.  -   "       Question to be submltted=to the* owner-electors of Smoot District >co=-^s rjs=cfc��h:)_      j        ��    '    j._  ^Are you En favour of:the Board of School fTruiteei of "School District No. 46 (Secseli) borrowing  :  money; without further assent of the owner-electors, "at any time or from time to time, with iri Three (3) \cais  '   from December 3h 1963, by the issue and sale lof debentures, bearing interest at a rate or fates not ev-'eed-  -ing Six (6) per centlannum and payable over a period or periods not exceeding twenty years from the date car  respective dates" thereof, iri such principal amounts as the Board mayjrom time to time deem necessary to  ; raise net sums, not exceeding in the aggregate Three Hundred Thirty=mne Thousand Dollars (S339.QCK3.t<)'[/7:  after payment of discount, commission, brokerage, exchange, and other-expenses with respect to .such Ksue  or sale, for acquiring and developing school-sites and purchasing, constructing. reconstructing,-furnishing.-arid.  equipping buildings for school purposes or use m"connection therewith and other capital expenditures, for  school purposes?"' I - j   7 ~ -    .       v -   j -   "  :.The fbUowinglin brief and general terms setjout substantially the  proposed .projects  and the amount  allocated for each, ihe amount specified as being! within Provincial standards and eligible for Provincial gni.it>,  '. and the amount specified as being above Provincial standards and therefore not eligible fee JProv iniiai grants  and for which, the School district pays the fall cost:��� ."..-"       __ 5   7  ��r-  ux  (al Acquiring ^and developing school-sifest  -- -Gibsons-. Landing Elementary ���- -. ���--  Future Site, Sechelt  U :   0��  Purchasing,  Connstructing.  reconstructing, buildings,   for  school purposes or use in connection therewith;    |  Gibsons^Landing Elementary  : = ! _  Elphinstone Secondary Occupational-Industrial Art Shcp_=r"  Madeira Park Elememarv _: . : : li L_��� *.  Pejider Harbour Secondary Inndustrial Arts &. Home  i Economics shop~_  (c) Furnishing and equipping buildings for-schooL purposes or  use in connection therewith*: -     - -\'    -"  - Gibsons Landing Elementary 1 1 1���,���.  Elphinstone Secondary Occupational-Industrial Arts Shop  Madeira Park Elementary X 4= ���  Pender Harbour Secondary- _1 i :.. . ,._."i  (d) Other capital expenditures for school purposes:  Fees and Supervision ; .   Contingencies    . .   Eligible-for'  Provincial  Grants  Not Eligible  .for Provincial  Grants  '. Total  $20,000.00  10,000.00  : S" nix    ���  S Nil  S 30.000.00  5136.OCK3.00  24,000.00  " 16.000.00._  S Nil  S'NII  S Nil     .'  -_  ~ "o.ooaoo  S ^  2-i6.CCO.0Q.  S 15,000100  5.00000  :    1_500.00  ? J 3.000^00  s-Kn.   -  - s kn  ' s kh  t        4  '1 3X5OO.OO*-  7 16.000.00  12,500.00  S Nil  S Nil  | 28^00.00  1 n-y  '-������'.'.:. j TOTAL ESTIMATES -  Resolution passed the-8th daj of November, 1963;  Approved by the Minister of Education the 12th. day of November, 1963.  Authorized bv the~Lieutenant-Governor in Council the 14th day of November 1963.  $339,'bOG.0O  I  Xi  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  ���  1  J^AY NEWMAN  PLUMBING  Hot Woter Heating  Nothing Down  10 Yeor* to poy  PARTS AND REPAIRS TO  . ALL WATER PUMPS   ._  Phone 886-967E8^"   -  Your. Beotty Agent__ I  Tdke notice thatUhe above is a true copy of die proposed  be takerdkon Saturday, "January 25th, 1964 between the hours of  Vancouver Bav SchwiL Vancouver Bav, B.C \  '- -^_-��"t    >- "**     - - ?  Egmont SchoflH-Egni&nt, B.C. ��� {      "  .   Mr. MaynardY residence, Billings Bay, Nelson Island, B.C.  hvines Landing ScicwLIrrines Landing, B.C  Club House, Garden Bayi B.C. L'     i"  NLadeira Park SchooL Madeira Park, B.C. .!__-'..--  Halfmoon Bay School, Half^moon Bay, B.C       ]-  Sechelt School Activity Rootm, Sechelt, B,C     I  question upon which the vote of the owner<*-jctors will  S;00 a.m^ and S pjn. at the-fqHow tag Poiiir.g Stations:  Davis Bay School, "rtlfeon. Creek. B.C.  Roberts CreetSchool, Roberts Creek. B.C.  Elphinstone Secondary School. GibsocuC B.C.  MunidpalOffice,Gibsons. B.C.  Lahgdale SchooL^Hopkins Landlag. B.C.  Port NfeOon School, Port Mellon. B.C.    -[ "   -  * Veterans* Memorial HaH. Gambitr Harfao��r, B.CT  Bow en Island School, Bowen Island, BJCJ..  (MRS.)   ANNE BURNS?  \     ^Secrefcry^reasurer  EESFSE  ' -5^- \ 7^ -- " !.:-, "��� ^8  * j   _.,   nil       i_iipiMin   1 mi   "II " ". '* _ ' * " " ' ��� "* ^**^' J ���Paw  THlS^week Pender Harbour presents (farry Silvey of Egmontl  team. He plays gt.  Larry js preset captain ol  - *���:  :���;���<;  ���: -  ., *-  ��� *;  ��� ��� -  t-  X '  the ^fenior boys' baskfetbail  rd and is trqmendOMs on r< 'bounds, Larry  iS-q jpoweYftiti player who is not  fo players and studfents alike. Jay: thik.reasoo  one bf the most popular boys i rpfhis school.  {    the  future   is  sd fojr his plejdsant dttirude  he-is certainly  -.--IT*     li>��,-^   .      ,  V^'-l*-'*?  JUT1  -fJb i. J*-'  I    v  'J-   t_V-f?2>  H  S to  X -fr��      ���-��������  7 s^s-*r-gae-fl'i "i -��  *-jt^(p��JI*,*-V^*  i I  A * ��������- 11  LARRY  SltVEY.  His cbrreer here  i.   f  oui-  prediction  HIGH-SCHOOL ACTIVITY  _|, Reeling under the impact  Of ex; tminatior s,' mumps, flu,  Christmas vacition, and coid  -vet weather, he students on  i he e ehtnsula have not indulged in any. inter-high ac-  lvitie;." 7  The only excitement is the  steady stream of examination  papers, being returned with  msuing post nortems by" teachers ; and stuiehts.j The Fu-  ure Teachers, caught in the  aite of the l.ne, have been  :i ying to ap >easev-eveTyone  :>y se: ling gallpns of hot soup  from  One of  school  grade  stea-��.  \t has been  dy plugging in school) -subjects ajnd athletic- briUiance,  itself ai result of | n^tum! ability! ahd-^you jkuefesedr it���  -steady plugging! Hejhas~play-  ed > halfback aj^sbccer. excelled \ in track aQ<a7ijieldl and  sparced   the "volleyball  team.  - A h'unter anc ' fisherman,  jLaiti y- makes, the most of the  |Woh ierful rpart tf -the- world;  \Th^*e he is fortunate enough  fjta live. -He is a fine crafts-.  jma'p^ Iwith natural' artistic  tendencies.  ' L; x-fy- hfts. his eye on some  pre [ apprenticeship \ training  afte ���.. he   has-   finished   grade  12    his  year.   A  gfood  steady  ���isingly enough,  ���and-home" bas-  tition   is   being  it no )*i. Surp  :hey :an cook  Son:^ 'home  ketba \   compc  planned. On:e again the  teams : have 1 >een completely  equipped by the Students'  Council. /The latest addition  is. a set of green and gold sox  that look very smart on the  play^rfe. as they leap around  the newly- varnished gym.  ' Pender Harsour has received' complimentary copies of a  literary^ put lieationj "MY-  OOK" sponso >ed by u Peterson, 'Mrs.   C.   Day,   and  Miss  DEAR Bessie: Over the vact*.-,  tion  I   met; a   girl* and  We  really fell for each other. The  only problem, is that she "lives  about 100 mires away and we  won't have much 6f a chance  to see each  other.  We write  each1 other  and  when   I   can  afford   it,   I   call- her  on   the  phone. I want her to go steady.   She   says   she* likes   pie,  enough, but that it isn't very-  >practical when we are so %r..  apart. What* do you think? ;  J,pnely.  ear Lonely: The girl showls  great deal of sense. Going  fteady by mail can be about  as lonely as anything you can  think of. She is smart enough  to realize that it will get  pretty grim if both of you  have  to -sit at  home reading  _letters while7 the rest of the  kids .are out on dates. This  doesn't mean you have to par*  company. _yv*ith the letters,! a  ' phone call now and then .ahd  a^ate when you* can, make  the" trip you.; can still keep* a  fine relationship going; By  not "going steady" both 'of  you will havb the freedom ^tq  enjoy life. If your dosehess  lasts, there will be plenty of  time for yfti to become more  permanently attached in the  future. "'-'.:"������  �� i*     t     * II **?*�����*���     *��**       '1     t#��J7S  If all the |>eople who eat in  boarding houses were placed  end to end, they would reach.  Tony Bill  tWtV interviews  J.   Robertson  secondary  - of   Elphinstone  chool     Students  ivor *c}r,  a  good  sr.  steady   play-  a   good   steady   citizen  of  ec.  Beauty  m  i  Evelyn  ittayes,  Above Post pffice  Cutting ondjSryting   ,  Tuesday to Sofkirdoy 9U5.  !"Your StoirWoy To  Hair Bee  #  Jty"  one 885-9525  AFTER graduating fronrTcrollege handsome Tony Bill traveled frcm. his native San Diego to Los Angeles to look  for'3a sum tier job.  He got one���starring opposite Frank  Sinatra in "Come Blow Your Horn!"  "I never thought about act-  ."V  here; have, glidly accepted an  invitation  to  contribute   to  a  future  issue.   We   particularly '  admired the imagery of Gloria  Bishop's  "The  Perpetual   Oc-  ean.j    the   kjen   observations  in.lfta^k   Seymour's   "Flight"'  and    the,    philosophizing     of  Brian   Knowles   who   discus-.  ses f'rlbw Scciety Lin\its Our..  -Freedom.''   A   magazine   like  this j does   net   ju3t   "happen."  By John Larson  ���^^^  We  and  ed tb continile this good vvork.  hope   tiiat   the   sponsors  coptribu tors  are  hearten-  R<ml<ii Amundsenr ^irst  ex-  plorlfir to clear the Northwest  Pasiage, -iri  the   Aij-ctic  flew   north  explorer   Uriberto   Nobile.  1906. was lost in  n 1928 when he  to   resctie ��� Italian  ing-as. a serious career until I  graduated i ro'm college. Even  then, I -never had any' idea  I'd end up in Thotion pictures," Bi^li t'o!d us. For pot try-:  ing* hpwevjr, he's really ahit  th��Khig tirre in Hollywood.  His second film landed him  . in' ^he faiit company Of Steve  -McQueen and Jackie <31eason.  for I the reci fitly released "Soldier In'The Rain." Early next  year he w 11 head for Japan.  and Hawai for his third film,  "Nbne ,6ut The Brave," op-.  poifite-FYaip  Sinatra. "'  To. a degree Tony is a rebel  W1JTH a cause. He's quite naturally deFj ihted with his sucr |-  ce.^s in He llywood. but for a  different, reason than most  young   actors.-   "It    isn't    the  fame I'm, 3  enough "m<  do  what   1  to do  rite.  fter. I want to-earn  >ney so that I can  've always  w.anted  Tony is rompletety outspoken gbout what he feels and  what he believes. He's about  as j" far away from a press-ag-  'enjt .trained movie star as one  can get. Iran exclusive interview he told us, "I'm not the  kihd of person who likes pubt  lie a|tentiSn. I really like, a  qiiietjlife ^nd it isn't important for me to be recognised  M.people Who see me.  i'To be a big boxbffiee at  traction Lm't my aim in life,  As a matter of fact, I got int  acting, pr?tty much  by  acci  dent.  When_I  was   going  t<  Notre Dame.I walked past th  University theatre whilb they  were casti ng for a play| On ar  impulse I walked in aid tried  out for a part I didn't get it  "This cliallenged me so tha1  day's heart belongs to Jackie  Gleason! The picture also co-  stars Tom Poston and features musib by Henry Maneini.;  Tony's luck has been pjhen-  bminal. Wht|i he arrived in  Los Angeles looking for the  summeiMob���andya���Ktthr-es=-���[--nHirs., Fri., Jon. 16, 17  tra    money    he    thought  he  \ might liand. a bit part in television. IHe carried in his pocket a ! letter of introduction  from trie Deian of Notre Dame  to   Leoj     McCarey..    f^inatra's  -producers   had   been 'frantic-^  ally   searching   for   a   player,  for thel kid brother kv "Come  Blow "^four Horn."       ;       J  McCirey sent Tony to Bud  Yorkinj and Norman Lejar,  producers of "Horn," who immediately made a screen test.  Sinati-ci saw it'the. following,  day and Bill was immediately  sighed! for thd coveted role.  Total v lime elapsed since arrival ih Hollywood���36 hours! .  ';In |one thing 1 guess I*m  like mariy of the other actors  ih the business: I would like-  to y/ork_bn Broadv.-ay ��� particularly in a musical." Tony  said.   t'But,   most   of   all- I'd  TWILIGHT  THEATIE  GIBSONS  FRI.  and SAT.   NIGHTS  or 7:'30 pm and 9:30 pm  AI*L OTHER NIGHTS  at 8:00 pm  Every Tuesday.  TWO ADMITTED FOR  THE PRICE OF ONE  I walked  across the street tc  LADIES   WEAR  Ladies' Wear ii  SECHELT  Phone  805-2002  our only rbusiness  GIBSONS  Phone,  886-2109  like- tq write. When you write-  you aren't recognized as much  by  the public as a personal-,  it jr." said the serious, straight- r  forward young man. j'  What fame and fortune will  do to: the writing ambition-of  Tony jis anybody's guess/ One ,  thing ! seemsy, certain as/a ; result Cjf his rocketting /success  in pictures *~- Hblly^'ood may  make it tough for hii/i to win  his ciusade for anonymity.  St. Mary'j College for Womer,  who were   also- casting  for nt  play,  I  g)t a* part  and -from*  that time on I was in every  play they did," he said.  "Soldiei In The Rain," be ���  .ip-g distri; lilted by Allied Art-  isfts has a3 strange twists It  stars Gltaipn and McQueen  ajnd Tuesday Weld. Om>  would think that young (231  Handsome Tony Bill would  up   with   Tuesday   Weld  ���o/b  Paul Newman  Joanne VVoodward  PARIS BLUES  |Jlan, 18, MaHnee  Blurt Lancaster - Jean Peter*  APACHE  Saf., Man., Jan. 18-20  JaS MeArthur - D. Disney  _- KIDNAPPED  Live Actiort  Tues., Wed., Jan. 21-22^  Paul Newman . Barbara Rush  YOUNG  PHILADELPHIANS  Thur.,;Frt., Jan. 2344  Sidney James ��� Eric Baker  Joan Sim  ���"carry .on-  CONSTABLE  FOR FURTHER  INFORMATION CALL  Talent Ceitpefitiotr  bo you sing! daJnci or play  AM INSTRUMENT?  No motterAvhat, serid-^ulf details of    ,  your act to-  "TALENT", |^OX 242, SECHEJX  ond  await- notification  for .your appearance -in the  domination   7       contests to be held 'from Port Mellon to Egmont.  % ■*■ ---r:.-. .-■■ *■ *■■■-. >m-t- -> ■■•
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."7    The Times welcomes opinions -from readers,
but does not necessarily cgree with those" expressed^
"■',-',"- Brevity is a virtue which should not be cvertocked.
All letters roust be signed t>y the^riter, although a pciMome
may be used for publication. — r
Lilres limes
the  dances   and  dinners   for7f The Seeded Peninsula Tfrnes, Wed., Jan. 15  iSo^cige II
New Year's Eve there w,-as aat%     *-—■       ■ ■ »—'	
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Editor, The Times "
Sir^-One of my penT^pals,
from; the 18 I sent the Christmas-issue  of   Sechelt   Penin-
snow. noSquamisb tvindijhe
longest day due to full- west-'
ern exposure^ the most beautiful sunsetsl the view of Van--
couver Island mountains and
the  parade of ships on -our
sula  Times, has^ just'written: - coast tidal hignway. TThis cen-
(ekcerpts only). ' tral spot, is the only place on
a single one for teen-agers. -I t    __ .    ,    , ,,       .     .
use.tMM iusx as an example of I ^f^ ^ ™ ^''.^ £p"
the prdMenL There mult bo 1 f™*^* ^ <Srdren. Gn
about JaG to 200 young meni ^j*^1* t£^I^S
and women between the ages j *hWi' - ,7,- _7;"7- - 7*
of 15 and 20 in,the area, yet H^^^^.^i^ Cr"
nbtbing^was-dboe for them.1 fjjf *iu*r*aB- that exists m
I call them young men *ndrf ua]lvfao^
women because they -are -no; t-^e
Ionger -. children. Then -people ]
talk about "the young punks" |
running around ire ears all tiie J
time. What else are they sup-1
posed to do~ There "certairUy I
isn't much for them, io do nJrf
any place-far tfaenv_t"Q gos
of   being   debt-
It was. my thought -that per-
One has to -admit.' ihzz. a*.
the present .lime, there is s
shortage cf qualified rnes. and
vrqmenL However, in the past
few years, nothing has been
done to rectify the situation.
-J. Hear much longer do. we-have
'T received the" copy of the    the Sunshine'Coast where the-   haps something could bedonef
Sechelt Peninsula newspaper
yesterday.and like it.So much.
I immdiatery sent off a money orderrto the publishers to
have my name and subscription entered for- one year. A
year ago we did have subscriptions in two "West Coast
papers but did. not know a-
bout the Sechelt one or- would
haye preferred it. *'
'-Every winter, in "Toronto.
I swear I'm not going .ta spend
one more,-winter in it-, ■ but
somehow the .year rolls by
and  finds  us lin  exactly  the
road comes right-out on the
"beach; to a visitor the aspect
is qnforgetable. Vic's _fish
stories we. are keeping! for
another issue. . -
For- the benefit of those
who7 are not fortunate enough
to   live   here„ Wilson   Creek
about this situation. For -in-f
stance, if they had- something!
like a gymnasium or recrea-1-
tton ball" or .something on than
line it would help keep them}
from , becoming ^outrg;
punks." It would certainly bej
a project to ^work on.  and  ii
general store, church and
community hall, .scfaut hail
-and playground, school, airport, rod and gun c'ub, two
gas     stations,     body,   repair
same place. BuS the the "ci*ar- ^^ ^ke miI^ *&** M'
ettetT^^dSv^lSfe^o". S^rfc^-^ °Q
ing it less, and. less, and less'. * Glrl Guide caED-
"One thing that fascinates
us |s the preponderance nf-
Anglo-Saxbn names in your-
paptfr.   Mere.,  one' sometimes
boasts—a good  water supply,    for one would give it mv iU:^
a wharf, "three auto, courts, a    support    - .  " f
-trailer court,*  post  office and ^ 7 x ' :
Guide camp.
Permit me to mention some
of the 'members cf  this  vit-
smcereiy hope that this?
letter will start people si7
least thinking about rtne pro-!
biem. _ '*   -     -   .   .-{
Woodlands School j
Editor/"Frte: Times - j
;   Sir—Most of you have react
to   put   up   with • their   trite
There are^many men. and
women who ^svouJd be readv-
ta train, given the opportunity.- The "" government should.
implement such a prcgram
now.-.- before conditions " g«t
even worse. 7^
If they ,-can find, enough
money fo raise their wages,
build, roads, hedges and start
variaus other projects, then
they. hsve enough capital t-o
da scmethzng aboat personnel
far these schools. :so that every child requiring: csre dp.
get   if immediate fv. '
ST. MAEY"S Kosp.:4 n r^*-'
the  first  sir*- ye^.r| zmoy   10
"be   a   bqy.   s«.-yer.   ptt^rics    12
ounces,  bem to  Mr kr.d  i,r.--.
Stanley Sowlanc " c:   Gio>ons
on Januirv 4. ■    -
.January S. i£r i: Uirf ^»l.:
chael Kkson cf Gfar'.riarr.'s
Landing i - becars« tix- pro j.d
-parents'-faf » baj- v.-pjaiung
se\"en , pounds,   seven   our.cei.
Mr. and Sirs. Jeroki jRidfee-
weli- from Roberts Creek welcome   to;  their   fsmi*^,- '"a.   jqts.-
bora January 10. we^phing se-
,vea  pounds.   S\*e~bidets.'
A hit late but rson# the less
important is. the ntrvsrs th^t "Mr.
and Mrs. -Ken Goddard cf
-G7hsor_s ?aav«- ident:e«i twins,
^Neil Anthony. 6 pounds. 6
ounces and. - Noel Andre-.*-. "3
-.pounds. iS ounces bora Dec-
Si 1963,; ."  .
-lagef   There: is   a   doctor,   a
nuqte.   three-  teachers.   thre«
wonders Kyhat. country-w^&   ^Iet^ymea-   *****   sP&^lis
in,  and what-has. become  of
good old Anglo-Saxon Toronto?
the article in another" pa per
about' conditions at -Wood4
lands school. Many of you
have likely been shocked- at
accountant, ; plar.ist< pottery ihe information given. How-|
makers,   wt>odcarver,   painter,    ever,   just   as   many * '
ir.e woria :s not mtert^tea
in' the storn=- yod_ encountered,  but did you -h'ir.as,  in.  the
Jirazny ts.olke entert^.ir.cd IS
- fridr.ds- Ut   his   air.t-yesr-oid".
birthday   party.   Stever.    and
David Beduc. Alan ar.c.FrarJ'C
Gocdwix Johnny arse Patrxric-
Johr„" RDbbie- and - Gzry   Uer-
bj-.   Murry   and   Scatty   Jan-
iesora Rod  McPnerscr.. "Ar.dj^*
KendersKt.      Svec      PiiuLson..
Artie Ebefsloo*. David  Henry"
and. Darii"-"Seg-ec aB gtijgycd
-the   deiicryui   birthday-rcajte^
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t •
~ Anyway- I've saved h\y
fare to Wilson Creek, and am
now sfiirting on - the accommodation. I am looking for-
-ward to seeing you next summer." ■;-■•
This- is from Mr. and Mrs
E. Cossey, RR No. -3, Pickering, Ont. Mr. Cbssey*s one ambition is tp build boats." He
is now a victim of the Toronto
rat race and not financially
able to set up a boat works,
although he has had some
years experience.
Mrs. .Black, Wilson Creek,
has also sent Christmas issues of this paper to her ret
have read it. commented on
the situation which exists at
the present time, then-'prompt
tiy forgotten all about it. * f
7 Because some of us are
mere, fortunate than others- to
pulpmill    employees,     fisher-    have'v.normal,   healthy   child47
-prospector, pJpxnbsr. electrician, sheet: r^ 7 ^iiwerker, i£r-
esler,- telep^ine ,en-,pioyees,
camp cook, r;-ecnanics, hairdresser, 'building": contractor,
bricklayer.. Seal   estate
men, loggers, two-Santa Clad-,
ses and other pensioners."
Eleanor - Rcb^yelu quoted
in . Family ICircle. said that
the man 'who-"does his worlc-
wel^ lives within his. income,
honor "his word^ pro'.-ides for
his own, lovesiGod and keeps
His commandments is 5 sucr
of the word.
A" quiet, faithful,  ahd  pat-
atives  in  England   and  Aust-    "SdW^^.^t™3^' ^
ralia.   She   has-done   this to"  chjldrei^^ -^ough -be  is com
show   people   thai   she   isn't
-cessfui man. in the true sense."" fson to fully-realize "the situat^
xeii. we ignore the plight of
several thousands- of parents
who have to suffer year after
year, with retarded" children!
: with-no hope in sight- The
mental '.anguish, aruf financial _
strain on a family with- such
a child-has to be seen or" lived
through' for the average- pert
The Merfieol Ointc regrets ttt'eaacance tfccf- Or. f HJ V".
Moms is lecrfifg tf»« eree to eater private p*cctice in;'-N«rth.
Yan<ouver. A lining has been placed viti the E.C. CoSeg* cf
Phrsiclaos ead Sgrgecns ts secure 4h«js«r»i<« «f-"4««H>cr
practitioner for the Pender Hjrbeur area. ShavU there he «n
mterrat between Or. Morris' departure mmd tbe errfrrt *f «_
. replacement the rctrcinmg debtors of the clink w21 reor^aaixE
their time ta serve the hospital and provide part tim<f of*ice
serriee at Madeira Park. t -    *    ■" *""""■
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Scry You Saw Jt In 'The Times' \.
bujshed. but on - the contrary
v^e are quite civilized. Fur7
tfaer .reports on this - globe-
ncw-spaper will be forthcoming7 * .  -
Here are a few of the things
Trader   Vicj likes   about   Wil-;
son Creek. We ha%*e the best
weather,   the   least   rain   and
parativeiy   unknown,   is   also
satscessfuL If this is true then
ion involved-
Several years-ago T-had ext
perience with, these duldrenl
During that time. I met and
talked-to many parents. Most
of them decided to puf their
we; have many successful"peo- 7 childreni into hospital only 3s
pie in W4Ison Creek.' 3. last resort. Family relatieni
The residents of this arear■" became strained to the point
own the Community Hall, where- other normal children
Scout Hall and playground* became emotional problem^
These are clear of -iencumb- leaving parents, no alternative
ranees, 'insured,   heated,   jan-    for their decision. ',   |
ildr  serviced-  We  don't  need        Now   our" government   tells
ycur money, but we do' need    us there "are vacant beds., but
volunteer IabdiL__ We will
shortly have an" annual meeting And the appointment of a
new. group "" to ' look " after
tilings. Newcomers welcome!
WilLycu-help! Let usjcnc-wif
you-are intEj-ested. Telephone
-833-2132.      7
Teenagers Jbored
Editor. The Times
Sir—Two: or three days before New Year's./Eve. it came
to my. attention  that   for all
not enough men and women
to staff the hospitals. A few-
years .ago they had the - required staff, then with urv
concerned nc-nchalance. -they
started cutting ciovai on co^ts.
■All. of   a   sudden 'there   are
Land OeaKnq - Exca-roting
and Read Building
■    Phone 8S6-2357
iMcCULLOCH chajn saws
SALES and SERVICE    '        _
Parts and Repairs
Phone 885-93ll
^   SOtKK . *
-*, Sunshine Coast Htgf^ray      ^~-
Hours 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday thru Saturday
.CLOSED SUNDAYS ___:'- "  -
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Bring tn^your doubtful tubes end test them
here FREE! The rery:i«fest machine of it* kind
on   the   Peninsula. "G.E- ,ar«f   Westtngh*««;-
guaronteed replacement tubes*
Phone 8S3-241ii
^v^^.^a^^^ �����    ���:  ......   .-..      j...   ->.--.-. . -i. -.1. ���,.. j-. ��� ���    -    i ,.. . t   . r      . -..--���..���������������.     ...   [^-    -���     ,. ,       -ii-   �����>��-.      ..-*   ��.. ...,���-   .,���,..���-���������  ���-.  iil^  RC0P cofldjipt  Pogjej 12 The Socht Ir Peninsula Timers, \frfed., Jon  driver dd  7  McatioH pro-am  rate^  ��&  i��5'ft; i  ^  life  -^trui .the driver's.rtiaijuijd, then  promts -himself a-; th* motor  yehme office, and Writes the  -"-"esarb based oh his} knowledge  bf'tjhe manual &��� n^tsj obtain  ��� a jhiimmum "of 80 percent:11 He  thi'rj-^ippiies   for a   Learner's' . agmj  licieijise? Valid for 6d data. Withv_ law  this: he  may  legally  drive   a        Se  car jso" long as a person over  !1" years wjjilh a v  15,1964   'through ijhe RCMP office/ei-  : tljer as u|arning  j-tions,  depend! nj  erity of ihe off.  Cpl. Nelson f  cedure  is worki ng "very  well.  area  from  rection of  doWn accent  fl.CM.Pi detachment covering the  Roberits-Xre ik \o Madeira,   under the d  Corpjoral Nelson |- aye\deveXooedrac river education program  to ptfir teenage dr ver\ gbtdining-t^^ir first- drive.  Onlfo! the rimht track ffffm the beginning  "f^e 16-year-old pfoqeeds^in  th4- .hbnTial man.net- ibyj study-  It  keeps parent  to   the   child's  operating a mo!  which the pareiits is respons-  plain is^Mtk" rece  X th|  par,  i from the  is  advised  by phone,  the 'initial   discipline   is  to  him-  This  encourages  the   lartkapation aid co-operation of tjfte parent in jmeour-  the  child   to  keep the  receive  pjibHcC th|  parent  xiithc|i' personally o  arid  left  lieeijise sifai in the  scnger sea'tji  AJttiTSfciis,, perit  tieal Experience,  the  parent  or gu  the   teenager    is  qualifed   to   hand  vehicle,. he makes  on  if!  jehalf of his sen pt  driver's lic-  'ter|for a mfnor's  emH7  lljjlis���' applicatidii  |s   in   the.  ' i id notarized  l    fotjrof a signed a,  '    affidavit in which;  the  CJariac a  undi^r   the  Act,   -assumes,,   'fu  rejipcm.Hj bility^for  whiter heJf9gr^aH\  child ���.-wnilje. -.that  member o:i a^d ui  cigdirje of jhi.| Jhpre  II  the  en-  chi  der  METHODS 0IFFI'R  It. Is at khB -point-that the  methods use-fl by the Sechelt  detit hinenli TTdiffe ��� - fijom the  norijnkl  routine  a id  Ipve  the  addc?lt   personal  . imjpj'pv'es ..public  ilid driver's  fi^n* pas-  d cfl prac-  ahd    when  irdh n /eels  sufiiciently  e a motor  application  :ond,     and  comiplSJrits,   are  daugh-  ible. undTgives  opportunity   to  ther infractions  own discipiijie.  S ..censes   CAAR !PUR;���c*r ,       L  A*"���"-'-   --"��� -t /stressed  �� or court aeon the .scv-  ric-e.  :;els   this  pro-  s informed as  onduct while  or..vehicle for  he parent the  prevent    f ur-  through their  lblb for \my damages,due to  accident.  cj*pl. Nelson feels this plan  ha 5 many advantages. It improves the relationship between the police, parent" and  adolescent; it educates both  parent and child as to their  res pective 1 responsibilities;  and it" has lowered the acci"-  dent  rote.  I^ast      year     there ���   wore     43  highway   accidents   with   two  persons killed and 13 injured  compared to 58 highway accidents in 1962 with three  persona killed and 13 injured.-'  This is a; greater decrease,  than actually indicated since  there was a marked increase  in ferry traffic in 1963 over  .1902.  ; You've got to do your own  gi-owuig no matter how tall  your  grandfather  was.  ���tfUy1lv<fl-lfln-mrt*��r"��:""��*""'"a"tl,"��'��*^^*<t'*w'><^^  at  Another poini  the time: of injeifview is the  necessity CjtoT-irnmiediateliy advise the^msurjince company  wlien a_driver urider the ;age  of 25 is operating the vehicle    j  msured. Many  icie's  are" issueld  subseqt^ent  iealt   'Vj/iih  rate when there are���no drivers under 257'failure to, notify  the ijompany  of this" fact    !  could invalidat): a policy and  leave a. parent in the position  of   being���financially    rcspdns-      fm, ln^^vwv>,VvvvMWWWvvWw��r��wwvwMMV��vMvvwvwwwwwrw��vvwiwvw����i��inrinri��w��vw��  insurance pol-  at   a   lower  For III Your Insurance leeds  AUTO - FIRE - ��ORSEStlC  BUSINESS - COIVirVSERCIAL  Discuss your requirements with Charles Gathercole  (20 yrs. experience) :  Charles English Ltd.  XXX  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre - Gibsons  Phone 886-2481; Res. 886-2785  parent,  Evidence  financial  vehicle  by , the  d   is   a  the dis-  e OiLfamily.  t.W.fe!  oles  iu* -,  di-iti-l  olesL-i  'itift ]  i the police  sht and assi;  he   accident  ct.  ih the parent  : mt -are   inte:  point   is   finaly   stressed  by! ilie-jjolice thai  IS  <lSi  tiohi  -_JLhe-  . ��� B^jt  pojijit  is.1 tl  , free  the  ouCli | which  elatldns be-  and the ad-  ts. in lower-  ratd. in the  and  the all  viewed  ard-  tee  thijj Ucense  the applic i-  t   or" guan\-.  ued only on  of the pare  - ian.'.Apy infractioh of the Mb-  tor *r'ehielfi;""Act can result n  icense being wij.hdrawn.  the mos important  . stressed by Cpl Kelson  e, parents or guirdian -is  at any time. tbV^'ithdraw  icense simply ' by notify^  ing' ihe superintei denl of motor vehicles in v*ic|oria by  letlf. The paten is' jj>ower to  Wave the, driver's lic4nse sus-  pe:nded .can act a.r a deterrent  rttn 5nly to prvext qehberate  infractions of tli* niotor ve-  hiclq act. but aljs^ tot guaran-  he good beh  ch-ik "in ahy arcfas of social  or- personal contacts, i lUnlil  this?is pointed out *.o tham  jy  tviotlir of the  the  . not  clulj)  RCMP   most  aware  they  ilhy  stc-e  parents  a re  hold- such a  POI.ICE ROAD TEST  A: ter . the    adolescent  the' parerjL-have  on    he  st parate  ies^if edilh, the  the-teenager for  wfiSrc he his te^rtt  ing, gear-��htft,  ���and   courtesy,  r.ule;   of Ihe   roi  uiKl<rr thel motor  nd  been verged  responsibilit-  RCMP tact's  a (road test,  d pn his ab--*  to  handle   ' hei \*ehicle���  an|d 111   the  applicable  vcjhicie act.  ijLeiview   par-  are advises o*  the  pro-  re   invdtwdj iri   handling  )laints again:|t ji< new dri-  veftr. When   valid! nliWr com-'  y&Z.  Djijlring   the  entJ)  ced^  com  sigsalling  ���4~sr��  'm^m^ma^m^^^^.  RllG SHAMPOOING  ajid DE^OTHIMG  Ppy or Evening Appointment  4ne Right] In Your  1    Own Home  I'M  RATES REASjON,  For Free Estiriftates  F hone 886-9890  ^CAIIFIELD^ SHIRTS r^g. S.00 Hjalf Price $2,5��  SLIPPERS reg^3.95, 4.95, 5.9^^low all one price $^.9  TERYLENE PAFJJTS latest st^es $^.95 to $10.95  NO EXCHANGES    ^    NO REFUNDS  m AWEEXISED SPECIALS  COWRIE STREET, SECHELT  T  PHONE 885-9330  ���'"���������'"'���' ' " %  . v.- .;���-.,-,.,,... ..i.^-,.,.,:- #>. ��r*'^.frc-*to&':^'a^^   ,������   ..i.. ���jumimmmhi i iT/fflMJUHMIBii


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