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Array } '.:.'*.  �����:  Serving the Sunshine Coast,' (Howe Sound to J ervis f nlet)t including Port Meffon, HopJunj Candina. Grantham's Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Creek,  WtswrcTeekTSclmo Park, Sechelt, Hoifmoon Bay, Secret Cove, Pender Harbour, Madeira Porft, Kfo'ndote, bvine's tending, ScH Cove, Bgmont.fi1 -WEDNESDAY, -DEC. t.   1*43  10 candidates,...        .    - ,  ts-t  ct  *��^����?*3ii^^=!?t!'^"''*>sHC^  *> ^?i *---* ,   -*- .  Jim Drummond  . . for commissson  i ���  seatinterest shown  si inaliicipal election  iftEAT interest is jbeing shown iVrGibsora municipal election* Ten candidates ore running for the, four vacant'  -seats.'. '_'-.,*-  FOR CHAIRMAH . 7  ,"  A.7JS.  Ritebey���incumbent,  hs&~ been/: in. public" service-  * foe* 20  years*���two years on  ~ JSU   Mary's 'flospital - board,  nine ��� years- on   the - school  ���fboard, and^2 years on the  - -.municpal' counciL He receiv-"  ���- ed- tfcfr 19f I - Good- Citizen A*  ward^fronj Gibsons and-Bis-  ? trict tBoard of T*ade.  " ' t:*X 'handle municipal affairs  ' -with" the ��� same, conscientious  careil do-jmy own/* ays Hit-,  chey,      .      " "    " 1"   i  . Cap*. Wesley ;B. Hodgsoa/  , a member of the Institute- of  Accredited Pubfie 'Accountants,* has. spent four  years  - as   commisioner   on: Gibsons  , municipal   council.   He   has  /, had (bver 90 years experience  �� "with"   the*   treasury    depart���  mentt  nine   years: of' which"  ,wasi,as   revenue "supervisor,  whose duties were to inspect  &e*1rec6rdsT of cijies,' towns,  "villages 'and rural municipal-  ,    ities. Hodgson is also art ar-*  ���tist. t!His .portrait   of   Major-  Harry MuUenr-.VC is to be  "  hung, in,   the- Saskatchewan'  r   legislative^ building.   -  . _ -  .    (* *t'believe IfThave the 'ex-  ' perience,   'qualifications^ and  , timehto devote to the affairs  ~'~ of the village.- There bas ne-^  ver been,a time in the hist-:  V ory of the village of-Gibsons  when it'has been ��o essen-  ;.tialjthat an experienced lea-;  ; der with-munis^pal and business-qualifications be elected  ~ is_-chairman .of, the  village  - _ council," -he* says,      "a *  ." FOIt SCHOOL TRDSTEE  John,   Haryey,    incumbent, -  - hasilived- in Gibsons for <the  '    past eight years, atthoiSgh. he  has,t?eett"coming to- tnfe"-sgea"-.  .'- for^ 26    years.   During-   his.  iwo-year term-ar school trus-  - tee he has Jjeen chairman- of  theMr finance^ - committee   He"  wast educated ���< at elementary'  - asd^ secendary^ schools, In".  - -Vancouver    und     graduated.  from San lYancisco College  : of Mortuary Science. He owns  - and operates 'bis' own- busi-  , nesiu -    r*V    .        .      ~      ^ -  ,��**f>stand .for better facility :  ies,fii this' school district and  ���will   endeavour^to imparove  -  ' , thcr^^clu>Iasticr:standmg,"! ^pro- ~.  'mises Harvey."   .-__';'. -       Fred Fe����y  Mrs, Marvin Vbl��j, married'^^o1' commission  ^ wi& three chUdren, _past_pre-       , .    ��*  sideot of Gibsons elementary  '. PTA has-tjeen- activeTfor' nine  years - Jn s that- --, organi^tionv  1 She1'has lived* iji Gifesens all  1  her^life -and is interested in  .' school affairs and local gov-  exnment.- She has been^a regular    Attendant - at    school  - board meetings to learn the-  jproblem& first-Qjand. , -  '���-~J& feel I have the time and  - the!interest-to give Gibsons  good ~TepresentatU>A   on   the  f-  board  Ifwant to keep the  taxpayers  here ? informed on  school ..affairs  and "feel  the  impetus   should^ come ~v from  ''me:! to  present periodic-re-  5   ports -to the manicipalr-ooun-  j.cil  and  to   the- electors   at  public meetings. I believe -a  ' school will be as good as the  community demands���and :,,,*  t good school .creates a good  ���  community,"1  says- Foggy.   '  Z. FOR COMMISSIONERS  Mrs.  Gertrude  - - cumbenf, is well .known  r wasr bora in-Gil  - a  veryj active'  Replace present system * . ���  lecil^iis^atilaf��e/^;  imw^weA b& Gibs&ms .   r  A WELL-ATTENDED Gibson"ruralTneeting.went.on record"  ��� "as favoring elections at targe ta replace, the pres&it  representative system of electing school, trustees. ;  j. Trfe financioi* condition ol'this school .district vrcs  questioned by Frank West who- osfeed: "How much, did we  scend on" "each of "the various    ' "'    *^���r" ^    "  rr-.fi  i,' .' '������  .  :., ���" .  rt."     <  .'J-'" r\  '���'* ���' i  y .��� i i.  '. :* V  * .'���  J-:  " ������  1*     '     *        **1  ^ULLSTIN  items; of  expenditure?   How  much: gcA.'emment grants did  wege"t"T What is the proportion  of--the shareable co^ to the  non-shareable? JEor what and  i^ much dM we fpend on    i������   r��.r..-��-.J  non-shareable expenses? :*nd   J^Q  lH]Ur6u  -����� >.'  Man killed;  ���J'J^  A. E. Ritchey "  + '*��� i for commission  'crTairmdn  Mrs. Peggy Volen  , .m, k for i^c^ool trustee  ii-.mi'iiiii      r     II     ���I      m^M nl      i-    I       Li       ���     ������-���������      ���   ���    .���mi��� ���  WATER FOR MADEIRA  WordTTias just been received   by; South Pender  Har-  ��.bour   Impitjvement    District  JErom E. S. jihnstone, now in  Mrs. Gertrude CoHett  ~ 7. �� for corhrnissicxi  age council & neither had he  been, requested to do��so.  >-* District- superintendent of  Victoria, that engineering on schools, Gordon Johnson, felt  this water-project wiM -com- the board would be only too  meace the^ second ^ak. io , ^^^^^^ 'm  December under the winfer x  works program.     '      ' - ELIGIBILITY TO  VOTE   ,  Project is to be completed.  I Who is eligible to vote for  bjt A?��il 5. _ *       - .       , ���see page 9  Cases vary -. .- ���  what proporticn did the' g  eminent nay-oa the shareable  expense?*' ;r .t-- .���' *z ]-  rjohn Harvey, chairman. of  the rfinaBce---committee stated  he had no idea-- Board Hsecre-  fary-treasurer; Mrs. A. Burns  said the' Tfrmyal financial "statement .was published in the paper each June according to  the school act.; .     .  "i West recommended; future  ^TiroTat reports contain refer-  eg.ee to our financial standing,  and these annual reports be  printed in the papers prior-to  meetings- so taxpayers would  hare the opportunity to study-  them more fully, -  -TALK SCHOOL AFFAIRS  \ Jlesidents present from Gibsons rnankipality made * point  that this meeting was for rural  t^sidents. onlyr but. they had  no other opportunity to discuss .  School- affairs. A. E. Ritchey . 1S54 slate": of 'officers elsjctcd-  ^^t a. ratepayer's association by Pender Harbour & DIs-  should initiate such" meetings - trict Chans ber :of CoritrrserceK.  between the municipal taxpay- - Presideht. Jehn D^nlop. of  er acd^.the school board. J.-._Egmod;t; "..vice-president, UL  Harvey -admitted on a question Filgas,1 Inine's Lacdinc; . sec-  front R.-F.'-Holden, during his ���retar>-/ Royal Slurdoch. (secia-  term of office he had never   matiori). ' s        - ���  submitted a report to the vill-     '^Executiv-e members fere:  Dou^ Fselding,  Gerry Gordon^ Bob Earpcr, Roy Dusen-  ALEX HUNCKAH: ef ; S*tea  Park was kilted eail-f Tuet-  dsy mcrning when .his ye-  Mde hsit the road and :bif~B~  "stoarp between . 5ecb��lt and  East Porpoise _B*f.  Two passencets, G����rs��  and Dcrrien Wedley.. suffered lacerations and^, broken  limbs.;       ;  '��� Hunehak "and the 'Wedley'*  were taken to St. Paul's hospital in Vancouver by Se--  caelt * arnbulancd-taxL \ Uun-  clak w^ai dead on arri\-al at  tHe- * hospital. Conditions of  -the other two Is fair.  J" ����1  naipes  I9S1 officers^  ��.'  tisy w@@Is  E* Ye&io��jki  cofTwntsslon  GERHART RORST MIELKE, Vfilson Creek,-was fined $50  and .his driver's ficense suspended for 90 days when  found; guilty of driving withaut^due care and attention.  Hby Magistrate Andrew JohnstoVl.   "  .-���".  David Moore Cochrane, Bo-    T~ : :  berts Creek, was fined $100  fbrbeing In control -of a mo-  WSson   Creek,. sentenced   to  SO days imprisonment for cre-  bury. - John Haddock; Len  Larson, Ernie Lee, Mark Myers. John - West, and '- Henry  WWftake^.-  "     --."";.  ROAD WORK HEEDED. .  A petition "of 363 : names  was1; presented   by  Ned   Ozr-  vey deniaiiding ��-ork on- the  .Francis Peninsula, road be  completed. .; -   - '  *  Completion of work-on the  Sinclair Bay road an4 rr.cre  ��xrk on. Esmofit road Wis be  projects far the.cooiinfc year.  Lloyd Davis =-gave a full account of the regional meeting  of the Chanifeers of Oom-  rherce heSi Ln": Pender Harbour community, " -hall Last  June and" berated the executive forthfer Lack of interest  in this^'event.     ���-   .     ;-   -  Gl^ executive  resigns en masse  s^mmmmsm^Mimj^m '- .
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Pooe1 2 Tfee Sec^lt geninMjB Times, Wed.. P*c. 4,
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'   ' Published
Sechelt Peninsula Tl
-, ".        - Sechelt,
N
Wednc&ioys by the
f [mes'Ltdr, ot
?C. .  .
5 jOOO eop?c*. .
Gross ClreiilotlorU
. Cfauifia? AaWiking Rates'.
34.indAdBricfs.M5 wards)
tOnc Insertion L J. ~-85e
Three insertions .i....-,-^—
■ <, Extra lines (5 words) |~—_-
8bx" Numbers,
*y
«-1.70
25c extra-
ff paid before pubjl cation, a dis-J
count'of 2Sc per Ac Brief Is allow-1
cd    Semi-jSisplay,   Super-Display,
ond Blue Chip Display  1.50 per
inch
Lepot Nojrtecw
17c per cotint line 15 words) first
~ Insertion,  T3c per aount llwe'subsequent 'insk rtions.        s
Deadline*'. Sanjr jay 5 p.m
SubstripHon Rotes:
10c per copy, 5.Cfe|- fcr month (by
carrier);! $5,00 |r.«r year, in
advane ti
•|-€ard'!'of ThonksJ Engagements;
Deaths, Births, In AA jrrioriarn^Oim-
ing Events, Etc. Peri nsertion (up to
.40 words) $'k25; e^tra woras,f3c
eadn\ 25c qtecounf
publicat
COMING
DEC. 6P Roberts
-JL LA. bazaar,
Hall? '   l
PERSONAL
EVENTS
'EVERYTHING fbr Jhe dd>it-
" * ydujrself brickl lyer at 1 Sim-
pkiifs Pldfce  88J -2132. \5Q32-3
2x4J~$39'per M. A. Simpkins.
; Phone  U85-2K2.' 5032-3
I
/
.
WATER Survey Services.! In- - §
sured rock .an i stump, bias     "
ting. Jacklhamtiier work, jdia
^ rhonA:    drilling],    prospecting,
wpipe'line& -    • -*
timates. L. _. _..
Sechelt,  885-95ip
FOR SALE
'ENOCH Bluhdijai
_- ano, J$20&
FOR SALE {Continued)
*■*—b—=——r
SINGER  Zlg-ZaggerJ  Atolpst
'    new,/Phone  885-2288:    |   "
1   15027-1
m
'SE&VICE' station for sale
,. Scehcft,  B.C, AU en*uiHie*
to Box 195,* Sechelt, nr H
f —    . - -      K
REAL ESTATE
DAVIS BAY j ,      -r,
2 b'drm Panabpde 'home
lovely waterfront lot', ^*0xl|80.
■This is good, j    '  .
WEST SECHELT'
3 bdrm house on apriroij. 3
acres.   Good ibuy   at ' *""**"
Some terms. 1 -
* 2 bdr'm,house,on lafee
close   to  highway.   $7500
terms. ; |   ■
2 bdrm house> on good
overlooking the  water." *"
.on terms.".    '.    ,
8g  Johnson says
BC
50t|7-3
if paid before1
Ion.
T
SECHELT" ,      lt
' * Lovely 2 brdm home,iii village, ' close   to   school   jimd
. churches. $14,000 ,or offer,.
RET.,
furnished
preek Legion >
p.m. Legion
1 5030-1
!     •     I1 ,
,Two   .unfurnished
for rent,  West Sechejlt.
'quiries invited.- -
For all types of insurapdi
eluding" life, contact1
To see any .of, these
'   >    Office:1885-2065,'     xi
I kves: E. Siirtees 885-9303
-"J .       C."E.j King, 8p|D66
XGGETT AGENCIt^LTD
"THE Cunrunghim's ^Ambul^
- ancd Service,) Halfnloon
Bayi. Loca} and' long di^tduce,
runs. Emergency and non-'em-
Wncy emails. Sjoecial i rates
for- qld-dge p^Ssioners. 24n. 5A-^—■ T
, houAervice. 88^9927.-     ,     >     jSECHEM
* *     -"* * -     jftl     I     „5
| BOWLING
ALLEYS
v
GIRUS bike, good
- $15.  Phone- J385-
condition,
i   ■  5028-1
^45'x8'   ROLLptlOME , trailer,
2   bedrooBv furnished, ' in.
eluding   washer,    dryer,    TV
and /porch,! $3500- Phone 885-
4477    '      I  .   i i 5037-3
AMPLIFYING,' outfit, -Amaco
Microphone, Model M &E
N Power ^ControV Zenith   loud \
speaker- $75;" JIumbl'e  Geiger i
Counter (less I battery) • model \
50, $10. 16 ;mm %eil and Howell Magazine camera 200, $35,'
_,Rotel coffee .grinder, $5; Mod- |
' el*, 500 ..gas.J neater,    $2.50;
largeVbicyple pump, $1,50, B.
LlTcbpe, IRbbtrts Greek. " .  ,
1       '    - 5029-2,
jSoM arii Service
il':i. J
RADIO
Phono
;«WS88«
5Q3f4
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_T_ kipright pi-
HionW  885-9391.
5026-3
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f«wnt  answers  gjv«n  to ^ne    anq~jaij wcw    vi»^vj    ■>---r
SS?JulS M\* previous^ WnHb^ifff referred 'to v»aa
*™1S Kefirs' C&r-    a cqndemtied basement room.
rneetin
,lotte Jackson said fthe' land
was needed','to, replace the
presantl 'fclementarsj \school
> • which is tin leased limd^Trus-
on ^tefe.Leb Johnson stked'.^We
might [have to buiM anoo^er
elementary, school—Jraaybe'
Selma | Park, or even - WiUpi
ff'50.
loi
o
$6 750
boluses
En-
in-
!plJL|>ne:
lor
at Rob-'
seven at
seven at
'ELP^'fNSTONE-i!i  not ob(e to be j c dded  to/   stated^ —iskmderga^tch at
Strict superintendent or, fhoo|, Gordon Johnson at   » Bg^j,,0^^g'
SechelLfal meeting oMecioiIjIn i^%%^UZ   SdiSftdl-grfde
of whi 110,000 whs oHocated for iand in Sechelt in the , port Mrfhm>     ,
forUtcottink   referendum.   "     ii—   {  i       , - 1    "~T   T^, |   parents.in thetWei* Sechelt
build 'q vocational o!r secondary school."
This was -oneVof Ithrefi.
fercnt I answers gjvtjn to the
Mrs. R. Ponley plointedrout
the brard^ already owns [two
acres rf land at the junction
ofMafeotf and Nbr West Bay
RoadsJ .bought to accommo-
Ix-r-^afite Ml elementary school,
|loT '" She also .stated school,enrolment, is falhug -in Secte*'
5W6-1
^Lea9^Coi0esTo^    ^mi^^rfe.&iy
FHpNE({8S^0tip
^har*y.&|ieit
he  hid  received Word from
Victaia that day that the referendum had been_approved,j
He felt the board would look ,
prettij'   silly   askirjjg   the   de- •'
-..APPLIANCES
Hli 885-9605
•Reoi Estate ond Insurance
Phoncs:
sm-zivi
i em at-this point. Kfrs. Donley
I - was".ksked by thu chauroan
§    if   shfe wished .tej   withdraw
her nliotion.
"No,'
'hbol
■oo^i,"
Mrs.
I; hours -each day.! However, it
j ,-13,'my part just to tnake sug-
' - r gestions.  The - aqtual \ [decision
1  to use the annex forJ kinder-'"
.garten wasiMiv Cofcrpor's.''
aOn. a  quesltion frjorn. Mrs.
Waddell,' MM'-Bunft   stated
there are a
from Gibsoj;
;tal of 53 pupils
!in !other> schools
Sechelt,
6ns   «**«£■ i^1 complained! because the
as   an   activity  ;^^c^p Students-\re leav- l
haU   —    -—
decFlared, Spicer.  ,
i, Dpnley,     maintained
'■UJicKJ   empty ''class-
a condemtied basement room.
"Why]didi> you use • your
emergency ^spending .powers
and cxpaid Gibsons elemen-
-*-1-' ahhe:: by two classrooms
—wcopdjnfe to your own previous statement that annex is-
expand^bli."   ' .   '.  w„.,.-,   -   >r,
."Wc4lOhot'CaU this an chn-    speeding, .but* •dnVers--some
*x&M\> rep"011  SP^'-  H?7Tclocked at <?5| mph. ^J0**"
-       IIJ ' 'nA    iha      ha«a»ment    »^« * T.ormTkmr>nded   that   any
. |denied' the     basement*
J ,mb;aa been condemned.
<We,;he;ded six classrooms,-
no«\T,imvlo,'''    explained    Leo
Johnsip.i      ' *
rifaW    Johnson       stated
"Now, Vilh regards to emer-
roiment is xamug +^ «^-»—'   igency sliding funds, ray de
SSffiay is cx^arlriable, the    partmen?did    not   recognize
SSrCent   permitJted -plan-/-'this, as orV emergency.  They
nfng C three yiars ahead    havorto leWully tough, in
(thIJase on Sechelt Elemen-   this regit d \ . My depart-
tS S about 18 yfears yet to . ment hak never condemned a
-'■; I      -I       ^        to wrffand it to Ut ^ound   tciasWm.  TheA might think
'NtALS '    i business  practice  io  tie  up ,fft.»o|'^■sirabteVas z clag-
~UISas     a !  bdrm '  llflOoVaOive or *X- percent    room;l ori aven second or third
aished.   2 ,  bdrm    pp.oou^^      riortvrh ex-   lh~i[ bui not condemned.    » >
^bViously there'has!been
no .meeting of minds on this
$10,000. item,"    \" f    -
SheTtnoved this item be^
withdrawn from tl u- referendum. Board/chaii train ] Reg
Spicei said'/ "Perliapa^-Mrs.
DOnlei' *s right Vi(^rjsrnay
knock! ttus- amount off the application,' No.decisiq/nfhas yet
been made as to w hat^ will go
on thV Property/.It/wJ be up
W'thT Department to decide.
\MtJ, Waddell pointed out
■oft, should the.. Board-pur-
riiabe a niece of pioperty and, , Bet  ua<.ui  wt *.~—■—-  -
>.   ffi\ dispose Of it at a profA   ' ture ,^or a kmdergarUjn?
-S ;^e Eepartment would go off.       Mrs. Liste.referred to the
8^ w«h^oartof it"   1     '       "     i  minutes; of "a board meetmg.
"    "GordS Johnson armounced1   ™*$^J^«»5S&
"Why
j .were funds'allocated
for ai pwno in the 1963 budget  usee! "to  purchase furm-
grade one students- are leaving home at 7, o,m-[,.to catch
the 7.40 bus. It ym [suggested   -
another bus'be hired, but Loo    •
Johnson -stated l"There is sio
possibUlty the SMT| could supply . us. with j additional transportation without additional,
heavy cost to I the board." ,    '
Mrs. Ball1 (agreed! 'to bring    -
the bus, probletfi ^o the at-  ,-
tention of thje board. p \.
Complaints I were [laid about /
teeding, Jjus   "driybrs—some
bestj, but not conde
,<Alsio,:fir.the
tji.4H»v., ,,j^. .^^- .-—... I never was iii'favor"of jxrades 8
and 9] being retained;\n Se-
icheltjlfj anyone was, "instrumental in getting "themX returned to Elphinstone. it was
myseuY'j t
,.Si this   the.toim'th\   onto, the back PO^onwhach
"was Coked durmg th[e recen^ <*» *«»ard u xonsidermg as„a
heavy rain?" -asked an," elector. "The children had to sit
irT"that
rest' of
been
jSamp classroom.- the
,. the day-after it had
puafiped out"
in board minutes to.establish -coiild go in
a. kinder jarten, so when-was . during the iy
it decied to put it» in Sechelt? __ al assessment.
And 1 why put -it here when
we have students crowded'in
to basenient rooms?"   . ,
Gordor   Johnson offered to
share pait; of "the fault for this
.   ..«. t  decis,ipn.   i *'I, .suggested    per-
bhe replied,,  haps! we should use the base
son' recornmended .that any
on 'seeing a, school1' bus exceeding the speed ilimit get
the licence or i bus! i number,"
the time, ani the] place ond
reportj it to the SMT mana-
gerl He-also pointed*out that
thehspeedometbr's cjnrorjdinary ,
cars are not! accurate.
cSupervisior| of children during the hour waiting period
in the rnorningi before school
was discussed. iMrsJ1, Lonnen-.'
•berg declareid |'thiel' smaller
children were not allowed in
the, activity [room. .They had
to play in the basiment.'.   , \
A   motion  was  passed  requesting 1 Barry  - McDonald,
the| sanitary Uispejior, to inspect   the* Ijiarnharii  property
regarding dr^uigd'from the,
septic tanks! ofi business 14>ts,
on tlie front (half seeping ba'ck^
onto, the back^ portion, which
the, board isj xonsidering asja
.school' site.        !    I      "   ' ■   !
Meeting approved a motion
elections-at-larke An   the
ict to commenpe for 1965.
4 jvbs, Waddell'requested in
formation ; about
taken Vrom    our
rollsj and put in
"enue forVdeficits
eas. \ Mrs. \5urns
.boaria' h
Victoria
are
..e $45,000 '
, lassessment
teneral rev-
in-rural arid that the
idvised "by/
government
._is any time
for addition-
"regardless"'   of" tlie ' depart- [ ment * classroom for the kin
menS dSision iTthink    the > aergarterf'shice.no kintogar-
'samelas J did before."
^.The motion was defeated." j
Spicer announced ,he had;
not. been advised of the' de- '
partmental ,appro\-al- of the
referendum." "This is the .first ^
I've heard of.it."
"Why didnT the board use I
Gibsons school hall for emer- (
gency1- classroonis ;*ather than t
transport a,class to Sechelt?" |
enquired Mrs.' Li:te. "We've !
been told the basement class- i
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Burns explained Jwe^ had , a
drop of $72,000. Sittce\our assessment had gon^up $3 million, our basic "tax o^y1^
mills raises a-laitger sum of
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Whole in SheH-  Brazils - Walnuts -  Almonds -Filbert* L6\  r   Fa alms  Assorted.  1LB.  16 os. pkg.  1-49;  59c  47c  M  : J V:;  ��� s k  t    2.  \  L-  WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO UMIT QUANTITIES  Thurs.,VFri���, Sat*  -   t        \  Dec. 5,  BLEACH  WESTFAIR -.4"     *  1 GALLON  *  \0  MM  -i  "?-t~  l*  r- ft-  ��� , f, 1  u  :4  '}   '  -. * *  [po you.Wave a child enrolled in elemen-  you recently jreceiyect deHver-  [ed -sea1ed-by youHd-ffsprinc under; threajt of jdirect com-  bvstiorjj should the seal be failed) a repoft card that puz-  zhdydu? ; : ���H ^~r~, 1"~.  Word specificaUyjJlas your,   is fo W repute i among edu-  ch|ld.' |either     earned    good    eators.'Th^re��is yefno-"stan-'  dard*:! for ukteiligenee testing. '  r  ...      .       earaled.    good  m irks j in' daily work. throughout ��� the |term and "then arrived jhome with'a' mediocre  reportj card, ,or cafned medi-  oefre marks and brdur. ht home  a good report card?    "  If.-'as 'entirely likely, you  findljthat either cne or the  other, of these ^situations .pre-  vtils, in youV- family, have  you ever wonderei   why?  Well, here is, a faief look  .at the educationt.I fantasy-  lands which our youngster  must find a waythoug du  riig' their formative years. "  - Some time during" the first  y< ar or two of schloo. a child  Results, not1 only from different, tests,, but from .the'same  test' administered years apart  . _T^ .j.. , -ar=|-r     may'differ by as much as^2S-  i �� i��~n^ ,.*��*..��� ��,~S9 pointy on a (student's Progress  Report Card Translated, into,  concrete form,' a variation of  -20 ;points, $s viewed through  the; eyes ofj a worshipper of  > thei IQ, makes, of a student  haying such a result an Albert .Einstein on'the one /extreme and "b" Mortimer Siierd  on the. other.  (3) iiThe bhild's- IQ���excuse-  please���scholastic ability, >Jias '  ., .    , been determined, not by any  is .requited,,-to    complete    a�� single!,'test; but by a battery.  , nijimber |of 'printed t^sis.- ite-    of teg*^ j^e the neat logistic  insults of [ these tests do not,1  I j supposedly,-affect irelrart card  !narks, but merely indicate  j.~'a pupil's general! -jcholaStic  [ a jility^l recorded 1 ia some  ) .nystiev secret* numb?r refer-!  j rid to. as his IQ. -J  I Suppose,-, then, [tmt~ school  j life goes in unaff&rted by  ! tiese diagnostic tests, their  !   r isults. -merely being used to  iidicate,jthe pupil's  *.  ' 1  v��1  I I  ,1-.  .'Ji'  \-  i,    x1  1  I  J *  ��f  *���'���  vV  V*  V  ^  V  I*  il-��� ir-    -���m ' ' *-��� "������-������* " ���   !���*���'-*--*�����     ^..^..i-   ���.,_    %>i^..^j���^. .��rf>.JjJ ���!������ ������!��� rfT II  '"���, ���  term,i 'battery.' ��� Dare one  double .such militaristic terminology? Yes, ��one datesK^lf  the contents of these 'tesfc?  are sluch excellent' guides' to  'intelligence,} why aren't all  school !exams of their ilk?-  >��� Official, courses, of^study  prescribe-- currieulum mater-  uocu w ial quite .at variance with  4��uwtiu>ruie yuyup theoretic"-"*116^; H prea^ibed text-book  ability '4 that' bU- d ��y-to-day, .ejfemses consUtUte desired  ierforrriance ran ber-^-J !- - "'va1c �����*��'��"*"��!* two, mon.  jroportion to it.   f I  For   many   years !v this   was  rthe use j to which |th<'-IQ was  jut. ^oi so today.IfSome years  go a subtle change occurred.  1 Tow,   some  time J la Eter -, the  <hild takes these [IQ tests, he  i s' pl4c'erl,    if ^-possi jle, in a  \ rbupj Jof his  intelle ;tual  eqf  IJals. (It! is   after,' [this   sup^-  sedjly i sound  grou sing   has  implemented! c1hat , the  ToWnsite  G.Gi  rated .in^Seals,-why! cannot two mwv-.  parent begins to los  ���: ������  ..*.  rith- modern education.  jAs' indicated    earlier,    this  i>azzlement arises'!} from   re-  sjipt' ofI a-report' card either  luch  worse  or Ibeiter than  'ijhldicated by the pupil's daily  chool-wpfk resuljLs.   ___  '   Whatever reason the parent  i night "be given fot either dis=-  <rrispancy, the fact is that the  �� 'child is j being fated, not   by-  > iyhat hq has product d during  I Itie past' two montlis or ' sO,  '���> ,��ach. day, but by! the theoret-  * cat- standard he (set for him-  \ je>f' during those supposedly ���,'SECHELT municipal council'provided on additional public  ..innocuous tests of p[erhap^.h     i      service at council-meeting Nov. 6. Third and f|inal  | yeiar before.      ,',' \  \    So���the results'of bne day's  testing count, -while ;. ifty days  - of! effort ..go dow4 thse" drain.  * If the IQ indicatOs-'A"|abi|-  *-'���> ���  : -..';  i  ity, the report caijd is replete  with' Ate; if "D'r:bility, it  will ,be dotted with 3's. i  ["Yes, 'young map," says trje.  athletic j official, [ 'we realize  you, ihaye cleared s��ven 'feet  consistently during the1 past  tvjro .months. But [once,' yqu*  knocke^Uthe bar off at" only  four feet rm'lafnid ,we;U  h^ve to'reand you as having  -jumped ,only four fest"       ! -  "You .h^e^ performed wijth  a t��mpetence .of d'i, youftg*  lady,'|��^says the acjudicator.  "But rjanember! how you Jfl-  ubbed 'that ��� arpdggic in January? Sorry.-I must rate you  at 60.^,    -     -!..     ������'     %  jlrjcredible? Perlhais so J in  sports and' musii. jot so' in  education.-J  Of course there wl.1 be an-  svjrers,,to these !dharjijs. Let's  fiem a; few now.t|,        ]  ,(l)If the pupil coiiirijijes to  perform consistently, [hk "will  e^ejntually: receive {- -marks-  commensurate with  his per-  ! I  ;"5^*/vf-s S^E^^r* ^v^S1  tontact  ' ths , of compiled, results from  -working* such exercises be  considered la sufficiently comprehensive 'battery'? By. senior i high | ' school, 'course-  eontent results are 'used to  determine report card ��mairks,l  and,, eventually, graduation.  Provided, that is,Jhat the befuddled stiident encouraged  by a pair'of befuddled parents, ^reached senior high  schooir    -1 *   '  ." ^4) We are working, in education, in |our public schools,  with a great number of students. A teacher cannot know,  the true ability of each indi  Eiiectiye Jan* 1  (5) It just isn't so. The  en-  George  to you, you are - one' of the  lucky 'ones,'so'far. For ntany  of our. children injustices are  teing perpetrated , in , the  ,name of our educational .-"an  tasyland ivory-tower psy  ethology. It is high time sc me-  body'wbke up'  -fading vas given'to by-faWj Mo. 61 for participation in  municipal licensing, to becpW effective January f, 1S|64  1 Motion  to ��� r'e2one  Lot  20]'"  B ock 0, and LMs ,7, 8, and  9,1 Block E was passed. Counj -  cillor  W.- Swain j cast  a disf \-  ;| seen star>d  _������, __���., Mth hands Ion  hips���a-1 fai[ori*4 pose. Mrs.  Gibson, {wearing white, ap:*on  stands ti�� nils riiht a head of  the gangplank, i .with *daujh-  ter Charlotte, bareheaded and  wearing-rWhite ,f louse, to ier  right. Also j wearing . white  blouse', Emma Gibson "stands  ���_ directly-beldwunnel behind -  DISENCHANTED ' her nephewl"; Toi a .Andrei Jr.       seated on the riil, who isjbe  ing held by hi; father, 3tom  Ajidrew; - Sit. di rectly ��� behind  him. -    !     |,i    I     ~^  Ralph, Gibsonl who had preempted Pastey I Island at the  mouth of Howe] Sound, stands  to the left' of t^ie mast, above  ,and- leaning against it. yfhe  Rev., E. J>.JiMcLaren, St'Andrews' mutilster,  in blackj  is  Gibson, who, had A, .--'. ,'-".'. . ,������A  Lot 695 on ��K3ibson s Landing in 1900.,  _^he "Comox", 'built - iff. 1891,,  made other stops,-as-mooring!  facilities became' available, atfi  Hopkins landing. Gran.thamsf  Landing," SecheJt, Irvine's  Landing,- Roberts' Creek, Go-i  v/eri Point, and other! ports pi  call,' remaining one 'of the Union's most popular vessels jui,  some 25 years of service,    .i  at .the rail,  wideJ cup.  ' A public  -- i  J^  senting i vote oi^ ' the lattei  . grpup as he felt-that to re  zone these lots.to. permit thi  operation ofa funeral 'par]  lour, w.as-Jalt infringement ok.  residentjial| property.  "A three-lyear lease fromrmg.  Departnlient of,,Transport ^br  seaplane | base^facilities at  Porpoise BayrwaS .tabled un-  a further information, -couli  obtained. The'*m'ttnicipa]-  would ��� have to assume  responsibility'. for minor re -  pairs, insurance, and full sup-  ervisiorjl.   | -.  1 Cpl. Nelson^ of Sechelt BC :  MP detachment was .thanked  by letter ifor the satisfactory  Halloween nighj; protection.  >A request for' the ojpeh1n|g  of Barhacle Streetj^wili |e!  considered when^ preparing  the budget St.c Hilda's Church  Society | requested the woik  done as they��� are building a  _     ...    . . , vicarage. _-  formance; Big deal! And-get w * SeveralLstreets 'Were namqd  that .'eventually'; bi J. To - a - "and: renamed Councillor  child; today is '[eventually/���^ Parker,- backed by councillor  l(^) The. IQ' orj acHevement H. p. Gordon opposed the ris-  tests, are standardised' from Jtiaming of any village streets.  the] resiilts of many thous- -Councillor Parker felt tit it  Alias of students, s \ Jtandard- the presrint names, all pe>  izeo what? The- very term fining to the sea, were,un-  Ijd-l-inteUigencej   quotiettt--is   ique and should be :mainta1nr  sd. Cowrie Street was renam-  ad Sunshine Coast ?high\ my,  Barnacle Street was charged*  to Church Street Shorriciffe  Street;, connecting up J i with  Dolphin Street wa3 named after the original subdi^ider,  and "Cook- Street was mr ned'  in honor of Johnny Cook; who  donated the land for St  Hilda's Church. \   V  1 Councillors S. Dawe advised that E. W. Booth \and; R,  F. Branca had been appointed  !to.the recreation committee.  Branca has also been noriin-  ated to act on the interim  steering committee, A J plan  is"in the making to appoint,  a regational recreation duV  ector. All recreation- grimts^  in the area, amounting to approximately $2,200.00 would  go towards paying the director's salary. The "provircial  government would - make Up -  the balance of $4,400..'  Councillor W." Swain reported , on_a plan to Ifai stall  gas pumps at the alrjort.  Considerable "revenue is mow  being tost because of this  laclc ' ' '   ,  '. The AewClub has'offered  to grant a lease on a ���'building for $1 a year so that a  ^caretaker may be onl land  and a telephone installed  glyo  THE main street of Sec^elt in 1946 had dnfyj w..,  _  , ....  store, ovyned by Joe Sponger who sold it tho't year ,to Jackj and Lee Redman. Thesjs  business couple recently orkmed a jiew h^per narket m the arep'and Jack, assisted! by wife  lie'and son Bruce/ofso Dperate >he*Selma"Park store. T|hey are all active in, cdrnmunity  affairs.   ������ >   ; '.       r   -   '     ��� "'v  Gibson's Landing  vidual student after only two  out months. ^Greatr  The  teacher can't _telt .how. a child  is doing after having checked  s work every day "for two  on^hs, to we'll just put  dpwii wHat he , made^ on1 one  simgle set-, of tests, written  .\d-hen ���'maybe hb was conung  dpwri; wih the measles, or  perhaps scared',rigid at' the  riiere sight" of them. THI^ is  more accurate?  Sechelt dirco .194^ ,    ;,  ' !���      : ^  one store. This was t$e Se;chett Service  brmed iwheri  claimed lot  THE COMMUK ITY,; whi^h formed around George, Gib^s  pre-erAptic n, wos stiU known in 1893^ simply cbs Howe  Sounds '-'���"-/(: *. �� \ . ' ��� - V \\. " f  Visitors qe members\of St. Andrew's 'Presbyterian  Church,1 Vancouver, aboard the Union Steamship's S.S.  ' "Comox." :[,'!���' "   ,    \ ' ' " !  cener,-holding a  wh;rf was built  v.   ,    ,.     11  SUCCESSFUL (BAZAAR  5 Pender Harbour ]W.'A, Ho1  St Mary's hospital' held ��a  successful bazaar. They made;  a profit of $100'and Igavejdutj  a number of valuable prizes.'''  Prize winners were: 1, Mrs\[  Phillips, frying1 pan; 2, Shar-r"  lene Simpson, electriij: pad;,3,i  Miss McTavish,,pillow cases;'  door prize, Mrs. Ned Garvey.'  i  To date  Sharlene  Simpson;  has not picked up'her prize.'  OF COURSE  WE'LL DELIVER  pharmacy ho* two Ibaiijct rules. First, to J  the best quality 'meVlicftesL  hoal��h-afd��,!  Thi*j,i  til>ply  l  c kroam needs and" toiletries at flair prices. Second, |  you or cry possible personal wrvieo and!  cobrteodis attention. > I,  �� >-\  Tj     I i " - -    '  ,  I Phf��n> \ u* for any. regular- or lomcrgency necd^  Ai d, if fou like the convenience of choree service  . in :ntion it and wo will be glad to arrange^, "  !-_'. ijy< Icorru s-prompt paying charge accounrs.    <t  ���* tj  I; YOUR DOCTOR CAN PHONE US whenyaa  heed a medidneV Pick up your'prescription if  J|fopping nearby, / or we will deliver promjtly  ��ithcut extra charga.'A great many people entr isjt  us with their prescriptions. May wo compound  [yours? i  II:- *   ^ ���  I  niise-llfi  Gibsons  Ph 886-2023  Sechelt  Ph. 885-2134  'HAR^ACEUTICAL-CHEMISTS AND DRUGGISTS  \  v. .J-  '\ ���  t -  ���J -- -MORE ABOUT ...*.       _  -*  Municipal electioii"  ���"from page I- . - .1 -  worker in_the Women's Inst-  _ irute; SheTiias acted in" ^the  capacity of commissioner- on^  the  -municipal .'council   ;fbr~  four years.        ' i _  ~ -' - ��� -   ��� v v      , "I_ know. the   local   prob-"  THE first issue of the Sechelt Peninsula Times is dedicated,  lems, and during my" term as  '-"'-to Ernie"Parr-Pearson who brought-the firsts-news-   commissioner I have done .the  popertO Sechelt Penirisuld. -.--best.-I  could  and voted-ac-  - This was.only one of the many services this public-   ������"�� SkJ^^"**?*7  -_^_j .^-. L,iu..*^i*~*u;~^~^tn;t\,. declares Mrs. Corlett,     .    --  Emie Parr-Peaison . #'..  First issue of Times  newsman  The Sechelt Peninsula Times, WcdV, Dec. 4,' 1963 Poge 5  Three nominated-* ���..,-..  i^'Y'1���  -* Li*;-  if  1-  t spirited citizen contributed to this community.  ���v His.'last  "plan   before' his    ,->-..*    "~~  r death in? 1957 was to launch    tfr^r  "a  safe-fogging   school ~- where  young'men   going   into   the  woods would learn safety me-.���--::-iv  ,theds    and     sound    logging  practice before going into the  .bush to-learn.by the expen-  [ sive and dangerous trial and  error method.  Ernie was born.in Vancou-  i ver and came to SecheK Pen-  ' insula in 193S with. Ted -Osborne "St. Logging Company^"  vHe  rose   to '.foreman   before  ileaving , to   go  into" the", real  estate  and . taxi  business   in  .-_ Sechelt ;     . . " "  During this time he stud-  | led bookkeeping and became  resident ~ manager- of " Union.  Estates.'" It - was- during   his  managership .   that.   Hackatt  Park was granted''by the Union Estates to the village of  .Sechelt.' Ernie    is -credited,  more than "any other  single,  person, with getting this gift  for the community.  i     He - was   interim   comxnis-  t|' sioner. for Sechelt during the  ��� negotiations for formation of  : the municipality.  He was a former captain of  the lHh Battalion RC Machine Gun Corps,- and during  the,last'war, officer comman-.  ding the Sechelt section" of.  the West Coast militia 'rangers.     . - '      ,      ' -    .*       .    '  He ��was one of_. the instigators ^and president -of the  Roberts' Creek Credit ��� Union. -  Ernie Porr-Peorson .    -  ian Chamber - of .Commerce  national president with a  memento, he made- local history .by speaking tn. the Sechelt Jndian dialect.  With Al Alsgard of the. Po-  wel River News he gave the  '}>eninsula its first -newspaper  in   1943,   with   an   office   in  Halfmoon Bay."  _ To quote John Stuart Mill,  He was..a member of the Ma-i. "They _ who" "introduce good  sonic Lodge and three * times things^ which did not before  president of; the-Sechelt'and . exists fthey who Tceep the life  District Board Of Trade. in those which already exist;  Earl Dawe, BA, IXB-from"  UBC;���called   to   the- bar  in'  1950.   is   married,   with   two.  children,   has   lived   on   the  ��� , -peninsula   since   1950,  He ^is  42, years "of   age" and.'spent  - three years in the army as a  lieutenant    -      .-  -The changing conditions  in Gibsons is making necessary" a more vigorous and integrated   type "of administra-  * tion.    Council   needs   people  with  more  time,  new skills  "- and training, and people who  'can-study Out problems, such  - as "new tax and-"sanitation  policies,: and make the, re-"  suits of their studies available   to  the  people,'*   asserts  =\ Dawe.. - . -  Jam Druanmond. ^married."  has a good business s^aack.-  ground. He has lived in Gibsons since 1926 and-received  his elementary " setiooling  here, his secondary schooling  in Vancouver- and 'completed'  - two years in���commerce at  UBC. He has had many years  of business experience���in  the Howe Sound Trading Co.,  .wrthJJun Life of Canada; and,  now in general insurance  .business.       "       -_   ���   / -  Tve been thinking about  this for sometime, arid I feci _^  Gibsons is not prospering fast  enougbl'If one feels there are  "issues iand " problems, :��� one  should do something about  them rather sit ^back. and  !eoinplain.'*. contends Jim,  Fied  Feeney.  married,  has  [lived  in Gibsons  since ?1945.  "and has been an employee of  the     governrhejit   ��� telegraph  '��E'waSli elected ' .  rm represent scholar.- r-  ROBERT'S CREEK attendance area meeting of elector^,  held recently 'displayed keen interest in the ^ites under  consideration by the -school board for the purpose of enlarging Gibsons Landing elementary school. ;  School  trustee Mrs.  fturiel      : *������ ; ~  ���t  Ball' stated that" two sites  were Under consideration-  one adjacent to Elphinstone  secondary school and one adjacent to GLES.  The former was cheaper  but would eventually -have . a  substation on the next 'property . with high tension  wires running overhead. The  property adjacent to GLES.  although costing". more, had"  the advantage of existing sewer and water-lines, phis 'the  fact   that   with' "consosdation  they would  then q^iify - for  an activity  room;  ** . ���.  =Three.,   owner*electors. _ D.  Maddam.    incumbent    repre-"  sent&iive  and  school trustee".  J. HGrvath and *?. Warn were  nominated as  representatives.  .Horvath was elected.  On   an   enqUry   about    a  night, school coarse in public  spe^kiag,   Mr/   that ^uch a  made  available -if, 15- people  .reqaeszed  it. -  i'S?  irlj Bali   advi^d  ��$&rs$ could -be  t..  Ernie was* a sincere Ifriend these, few are,the sa& of the^ a^d ^^ ?* ^ .&G. :-Tele-  toland advisor of the-Indians" 'earth; without" them, human Phone^ He seS-ved five -years  of ,the Sechelt tribe. When life would become a stagnant as ^^e C^ ���� belongs to  presenting  a visiting Canad-    pool" -      .     '.] many organizations. He is m-  ,...,, \,.  ...     . : r-: �� terested m the community as  : a whole.    -  At Selma Park . .  . CI would tike to see things  done a ' little faster," Water  supply is an-urgent problem  as. well as sewage. I would  lite to^see an improvement  in the buildings, to*foster civic pridej* observes Fred.  Ken Goddard. ' married,  with three children, <is a  young man and a newcomer  to this area." He is treasurer/  of Gibsons and District iKins-^H  men's Club. He has beeaf-with  Rock-  seven" and  one-half   years.   He   gets   a-  -   "_ '      . '    round and knows many peo-  ves and their- home with fp^ an(i sow* of the "prob-  modifiedrappliances "and fur-- [feats. He has always been ih-  niture  to  fit-their particuJar^t^sted in municipal affairs.  "I feel that it is the xieme-  cratic responsibiUty of every  citizen to run for office. The  electors^ should have a choice.  WateSr and sewage problems  seem to* be the most pressing.  Long-range   planning. is   im-  (SARE-work oafimed  by field workers  MISS DAPHNE MILLER, field worker for Canadian Arthritis  .   *J   & Rheumatism Society, spoke to Selma PaTk residents  ortthe work and aims of the organization^.    -   -  ' |i fcARS supplied some of the moneyto install the physPo- his present employer,  therapy training section of the medical faculty at University S38 Propane, for sev<  ofs British    Columbia.-   This - one-half   vMrt   H*>   ��  coming   spring   there   should  , be (25 phiic^therapists gradu-  - ating. all.of���whom carube aB-  sbrbsd into thei health services of the ^province:  One query was made 'as to  whether CARS, intended to.  establish aw treatment centre  on ithe Peninsula. Miss Miller  said the Society had a known  case load, which would warrant such a centre here, but  physical. handicap.  .'-".The;. meeting was told of  one. man," badly crippled with  arthritis,   who  had  overcome  . his handicap to point that, he  was nowa scuba-ddver.. CARS  has a sheltered training cen  tre ^ and   workshop.   Articles-"j^rtant  and * should" be "con-  ,-at |the. moment there -was a  .shortage of,trained personnel.  In fact-they .had had to close-  > four centres j for that reason.  '. If j and   when " the   necessary  ! personnel" were -available,' and  if the residents would undertake the financial responsiba-  ityj a centre could be opened  in jthe area. She went on to  say the. budget  of  a  CARS,  centre - would   be_ so   much  higher, if it were not -for the  enthusiasm    : and      unselfish  work of the- volunteer helpers!   wnQ   I^t   hi   s��   tnany  hours helping .any- way they'  are;  required.  made ; are sold -for the "-patients through'- a retail store  operated- by the Society.  Samples of the work were on  display at the meeting, and  included ceramic windbeus,  ceramic ash trays, silk: screen-:  ed hasti notes, and linen luncheon sets. ���  Any organizaiion could arrange fox a speakex and film,  by writing to CARS, 645 West  Broadway,    Vancouver.    Few  sidered soon." states Ken.  Eugene YablonskL married,  school teacher at Elphinstone  Secondary School", feels the  needs of the village have not  been met in keeping with^mo-_  dem times He hopes all "Voters will turn out on election  day and elect the candidates  of their .choice with such a  vote of confidence that those  elected will get things done.  faI am and will be coneem-  peoplo pay much attention to   ^ ^th. all aspects- of. future  arthritish. It is not a dramatic ��� growth, of this viUage?"A*ithin  illness. But so many people  an. sufferers and handicapped by the effects of lhe disease. "     -  FILM SHOWN  A colored film was shown,  so I that the audience could  seej the actual treatment centre] -in Vancouver, the workers!  in  the   research ' laborat-  -*-  the bounds of the ratepayers'  ability to pay; particularly, in  a plentiful, -safe water supply,  adequate fire protection, sanitation���sewage disposal, proper collection and disposal of  garbage���recreational - needs  and vehicle and pedestrian  traffic and, safety," pledges  YablonskL -:"  USE   THE    TIMES*   CLAS-  TWO WAY SWITCH  The housewife was explaining, to the-electrician about  the special wiring job she had   ,            isi mind. "I want you to in-  ory, and .the field worker go-, stall a switch in the kitchen,'"  ing   into JJie   homes ' of  the    she  said,  "that will connect  '    Patients.     The     occupational-- witb my husband's basement   sjjted   page   FOR   SELL-  therapist  is lhe ,person wffo   workshop. I want everything   ^ -      Br���~-      omrtw.  Vv\   advises and assists the.-patient    to stop dead when I call him    **"�����     RENTING,     BUYING  '   >hpw  to .look J after  tnemsel-   -tor dianer."      ..../.- OR  SWAPPING.-IT PAYS1  ^t>oevuvo92BVISfaBSsaiA  mmmimmimm  %  '������J."1  i  * 1  '~, '*  {  1 "���"���.'"  s-  .   -  I.  V    t  *  ."    c 1  *  ;. "���-  s  i 1  * j.-  1  ���ji  *  ��� 1  1  1 j.?  ���<��� ,'i  f  "i t  1  i t  To fficSce the ledy of your ho��ieyery, vtry  floppy dChmtrrtCf... S^* *nf STft ttel  gives a Eft ... on ekctriccL S^I  Gibsonas Hardware tid.  GIBSONS:  Phase 886-2442  - SECHELT:    -  Porker's Hardware tfd.  Phono 885-2171    -  ��*.>>  fc  -     '&  * 1--.  f Ml  "    -'{  I      h:  '      ��If  i\k  tiA  -    I   {?>  ��� i"&  * r" f!  m  \:  ^  r- f  I v  11^  '^4  tdge 6  -V  TttllS^is1  7*    -  I   --  f ;.  'ft "  ><"  VJ._���  The Seehc It; Peninsulja pines,  /  Wed., Dec.  4,196$  .XT-  fcr.  '*/���  rl 1  i.  1 - 4.' \     '  spaper  1'  ue of Ther Sechelt .Peninsula Times introduce^ a new  "   **      '"the Sunshine Coast area, one which plans  Donley of > Sechelt has hefen a resident for two decades,   ,    ,,,-.,  ~ I family hereto (befome deWy intere^ted^in Jhe--(�� tfieiW hospj^at a'^t  opress and develonmenti     -       h;"       x<-   -    '('   7-*-*-'    .Tin'   .   '-'I'"'      . -'  LI    IpuMication to]         , _.���   ���--*   to serve you well as a^mmumcation^medium both tor-news  [ahilWertlsing." It ^illrcover the scattered 'area frpmv Port  ~ * ;11 jmjto Egmont;' kn|d in so doing, airMfolassist in. the; gradual  < ��wth'j< ��f these areasJand'an integratiorijand encouragimeht of  |er��sts through efficient TOmmunication. .. 'J1 I]  Its];editor is not'la.newconjer'to the Peninsula area;-Mrs1,  !'Jp m  riisirig   ��� .... .,  area':*progress and development!     v , n ���.        , ,t     s  . i Me chanjcal production of Th�� Tim^s takes place at Powell'  Rii/er, it one of,the post modem community printing1 plants  on the coast, thusa^fring; reg\|arity:and good qualityti�� both  r^upli bat oaand commercial printing. | *���- r ���-";''  An"/ newspaper lean' serve)you only) to the^extent that you,  i 1 |elp it to serve} you] Your news itetns,your pictures, your,  and yeV when merited! your prjaise..; these will help  crJimoon pay  1 wit ' lL i *"  A v*ERY . successful" fall" sdle  ��� of JtydrJc was; recently held  by the (Halfmoori Bay Auxll-'  iaiy.t^J'St'Maiy's' HospiudL  Conveners., were Mrs; -Holgate  ."and -ma, A J.r Rutherfof i,  t&ir Mrsy'Pat Murphy,, md  Mi's. pat Jorgenson, sewinr;  Mis. Ron Robinsbn: and Mis,  Fr ink | warned. ht rone" cookin j;  Mis. ��. Burrows, door,- ar|d  Mis.'P. A-Metise^ rafflesr-  ' "rjriz^s 'were" won" by.^Bill  GrundyV r'Owen Edmondi,  Bruce, Charlton andJPete Joi*  g%isoru This, very active" gi-  ouo;hi*s already "donated-fuj*  ���nis hings for * a two-bed .war 1  , rf���, Wit     ������.,..      . . ���,,.,-  . Iraalcf it a ivaluabk^commMty serjrice, .dedicated ,to the  j>rigiess of yojur cpnimumtyl^he Peninsula area is, like all  gp ^wina communities, in need Q? ail thetdedicated forces itcan  &ilt<)make the most, op its 'wrmderfeik potentialities^ We.hoj>e  to be one ofthern, jar d a-leading" influence for the good of the,  *��������*���   -l    >   . >      ' t   1- - I   " ���     - -   - )      1  ���j, f Tlus.area ipfprlunate in that it-will now.have two am-  b|ii ioi is local,, ne^spa^r^semm - it, thus] "giving' all the [forces  of ftce expression*]and.opimdrj full play withojut any,danger  "ofjpartisanship,^repression,~jdr���obUteration.s^i',>,'r '. [ f /. .  " 1 ?inaUy^The Twiesis respe ctfaUysdedicalea to the memory,  o]fjone ]6f>the4P-eninsWalsimf>st-.enthuMa^trc buildefsr^Eniiet^  Pjff^?ekrsoit; [whose ivisiea'.anft^aggres^tveness brought in its,  fji st i lewspaper - exactly ^twenty] years ago. In spite of t vaUant'  ef Ibrts by Ernie andlhis UiinM ajLitha^'timel it was ii'xocky'  hrojad Cor the*fftdglutg! paper andit neye^ managed to Complete  th"^ eraadrdesignwhich he^had envisioned, for it This is a.  Another active -sgroup, thfe  Improyement' - ��t Assocaatkai  (chiired ]>y Jim Graves, ha?  doiafed la single-bed ward aft  a ��st of��$783.9Q,  ._���.fflcrae^.,;  ISr.time] the;Wnicipal,]elktors^e;givett tlie op|��rtunity  H to ^exercise ahejr democratic right|of.fypting foh those  1 oVJuaaUo3^'"aniSl^hopl trustejestWhohi 'thejgwishtarepresent  injem, ,[^- >    j �� i"i fi  This "democratic right >is  effort to continue Mc ?earsoh>  e, complete it '-  m  ve  [-or. poke the candidates runniifg,  f th s (3 emocratic] responsibility- L'  l, j; ]   If you fail ;j$r this' point,  deinccrpcpriYelege, jwhich is^to  i..  5   %  -.   I' ^  -1  i i  -i  i}.  frM  vision and, in  I'T  Mil.  proper  only .a privilege, if  is also:  a {responsibility-. Ifliyou, *^wMb to vote^failatocast  ycut'b^ot|lfaiLto-make~a resppnsiblej^ecisidn, to support or  #n   it..    . . i ..,- .��� _.-__,i_^ iy^ ^jjj haVe^ {ailed to accept  t   !   ;t^ .'���''" }!   "   (:  you deprive jourself of your  select yourefective representa^  deWfcratip priyileg^, "Which is tot select your elective wpresenta- -  '^eVelected fi^'a .minority vojte, degenerate intoi*��tty^icta-  h. .     ' -Vp ��,i 13v JT' "If;- *,f * * -:;' > - n - - '  Vftkt ^couhcilldrs or schohtftrustees seek^offlce, with the'  debir<b m rende^ ^rvice. But.whai'chance 4o most Of them  ti&vxende% ^rvice.  lliey wbritlor^n  'or,^n" apathetic��and critical ^electorate,���\  rainjieieciorate.^hicit demands its jMveleges wiutoutraccepting;.  lifpsprjnsibilitiesj] JuV   r >'^ A   -I i.*s V ;      | - \* .  ;   If you fail to^exetqise yourfflanchise,you have ^io right,  tp ^cr itiiize.' On - the" other hand,* I it is ^ouTprivilege, and < duty  to pjjpr jss opmion'jifj-you have exereisedyour franchise."  *") i' lAKJibsonrs ccjuncillor states about, 50 p^pt&.turtt dnt to  vt te. what encpBrakemei it is that; for a councillor? What incen-  tivejbiuihis Best e&ort'i ntdthe fob? -X-_   - ��� 'X'J        L.XX*  1   ; Yiu get the' gover lment fyou ] deserve. ��� federal, - prov-,  in:ial and local/Now is thdop^rtunity to voice yourWpinion  o^iT;lie local l'e|irjel.;|f yoi feM^ur coijncillor of school trustee^  f his -loie k good job anl you wish him or her to continue in  offic^, get[out 'ind puppc rt pirn. M you feel he or she has been"-i |  actoryj get dut'anli oppofse hfin  >ur priyiJege'End  "'- 1'  r^gr' 1  your responsibility.  Ht��  j|CfH^LT, situated as it is between iwo large bodies of jwater ��r-  e Gulf of Georgij; on one] sidei,ajad' Sechelt Inlet cm the  tfibr-i��� emphasizes1 its riar^iieisettihghjrfhetnautical names of >  itslstrSl;     - tTji ,-       \U   i_.,J- ^ -^r- ^    ��� .  1 /'Teredo; polphini Merma^d[l Barnacle and Cowrje^ Can't  J|c u] just visualize the tere Jo rasping aWay at wood with Jts tooth-  | fee shells; the (dolphin sp prting] and jspouting in the waves; the"  1 in MTOsiidsjsuhning their golden hair; the! barnacle standing on  j fti 1 iea d arid,kickifc��r its food into its mouth withrits feet; and the  ^auti'ui, croamenjal cowrie sljell, symbolic oi money, used as  jikjaitsnder in Africa andjthe East Indies?-       |}   ' ���   \\'"^  \ ..r j     . JE erf WhittakerJ shov fed an Jinaginative and' romantic.flaUr  : * Hrf k a he named these stn ets.These names are bow part of pur  ;tn Edition; and traditions aie entitled; td^dejference.      - !     - ' '   .  !     JPtfoperly played up, these exciting names could be, a fdurist  at taction.^ Pieople fromalL overi wduhi stopin^Sechelt* ia see  '. th s unique street. Where clse'havejybu seen such^jaames? Local  re ;i dents should |cnow tfte significi|nces -of" these names and  j>eiiit theni put tpivis|tor|.v And mt only,: should the streets  trel ain theirromanuc namkrall village, streets in future should,  !c6^tmuethenatiUcalthem|| M .1 Ji  !���    "     ,"!..'    ,'   '  In fact, giveif the righfcmb icity,t every red-blooded male ]on  SetJbeltfPenmsulapjwould a?Tclamouring td5 live on}Barnacle  gt^etajtd'paUhifldelf^ul. ��    ?-    '     '      "    "      ^('  "The^es^rf  "- !���'-  ���if:  fruir and yegerables all* weelc  long. .Ydur^S after hours food  x J:: !<���* HV stofe.  HOURS 9 a.m.-*t0 "p.iii*, 7 Days a  Pione Sechelt 885-4414  ^-  */  \\i-  tuuty to ask all" people jresid  inij in the West Sechelt Wate:  District to join ih'fer growingrf  lis; of1 water users sb^we ma-yi  ha</e this system in operation  an i ensure^ tl^. progress ojf  thtsrarea,-, - - v :' -,:.  .      ,   -^f1-  "'  T  S 9| ftr Sfencc^ Cahm  AX\{  :'' '-r'Steeps'"2"/,^-  :   with 19*2,60 H.p;6AU OUTBOARD & HEAVY OMTY !  ��� .  j-  HOLSCHWTRAICER ��� CcUo Finish Bottom  *-"   -- ��� r !���      - < Sanxaf Cover & (Echo Soimrfer  V   |li*! 3   ''" /"CA'MB.eWNAliCED^I  'v -     ''.  {     ] TplRIFIC BUY ~.,Moy hefseen'ot  Peninsula ^ofor Products'^  "ll- ELT -^ Phonl 889^11 Toii 885-2  jfSt?C  Y-fiW/tWi  n  .rerry 'jordon,: Shell servic ?" wi������>��wwfit��wiw<wiwww��MitiwirMwwMwMw^^  stetiorl and party, -have^, just  re1urr^-fron>--a'.  successftl  hunting trip ^to the .Cariboo,  ba-jging five moose.    ���-. -  Cqnurrumon will ��� be celebrated" ona Sunday,- December  ]8, in the Church Of His Presenile.     ]"���- . ^      ... c   -   t /   .,  |f{��rmedinSecheli:  Gl tAHAM "Craig, who was" in -  ; iftrumental in the.formatior  of   the -West;"Sechelt-water  di'fcrict -travelled _ to Victorir  to  meet j . with    the-   \vatei  xi| ;hts 'branch: " Accompanying;  hhn were three trusteesr--th< ���.  chairmani^S. Patrick,- C. "Tho  ra .d, ] an$   Mrs. .^.M. ^ Lonne  berg.*  >\     :   '  '  _,  Ehey jfeceived sp*meo'-ver3'  enlightemng answers to^thelu'  questions, and assurances or  departmental" assistance, The  trustees are very near .to? hav>  in*, enough'-wateii rusers to  conmence the operation of a  district, and take 1 this opporf  ''   !  \:  1 -  , i-  i||77$er^^i  'M  %ti?; Gem&rM Efeefrie  _ /  ���i:  L  I'.'  ���er  SEE: THE COMPLETE LINE OF SENERAL ELECTRIC T.V.'s  * Only 13 lbs.  * Daylight Blue Pictul  "Ar Front Mounted Speaker  * Strong Receptio 1 Tuner  ^r; Sturdy Carrying Handle^  * Lifetime Guarantee   '  * Etched Circuit Board  ALL THIS FOR  Sechelt, B.C.  ��  PhonoB85-9777  //////////  i 'i  . -   x <�����:  ^  . Bon Voyoge  THE 'DONLEY family^f Sechelt say goodby to their daughter Derelys aboard a P&O line?  ''��� trdkirjg her to * New- Zealand where she is enrolled in "the^State Teachers' College,  Saying goodby are^from left, Joan Donfey, Pattie, Derefys, Bob Donley; Adrian ond David. -  , "* i     i i r. ���   \t-        ���    ���- '   "' ' "  -" "   ' ������������������ ��� ����������������    I.  ���   ���'������   .-���in 1.11  �����������������������      ���   ���.������������I���.���  Seima Park made    Engineer says ..�� ��  ImpiovementtQisi.    p    .1 i.-   ^ "I ~,,*.4.������1,  - SEPTEMBER? X.'mi'-a Letters'-;!-) UXlClllrl^   lOCcillOXl  Patent were- granted under. fr^- '      . . . .  fe^^US^&isoussed by council ��� '.  ,    District' to- consist oi 55 lease-- ','. -\ -| -    -  ,,   held lots lit. No.- 2, and some, . ENGINEER" Martin J. J.. Dayton recommended to council  107   individual  freehold 'lots.-    /   the'-old united^hufch-building should beJocated be-  par^fve" 'ShbtrS- - h^the-pre^^brary building for ease and .economy bf  " > line on; Highway 101. The dis-    hook-up to sanitary facilities.   -=    ; ��� : ~  - -trict was��formed, to. provide "tSjuncil'chairman A. E. Rit- tue for ��16 were ..approved.  ->_ fire ^protection.'' and -/street chey suggested in this case the These grants compensate for  *�� lights.1 * --������' ,     -- - .; i. -"���-", 'tsuilding , should   be   located    the municipalf portion of taxes:  -'    In" "Octo&atf-��ei; 'the  f ivV' C-rosswise to rdisplay thertafa-    on these pubhcly-owtied pror-  ���    "trustees'eleeted'-wcre1'Mr' H  - ��* slass windows to best ad-   perues. - ��� -  .-.    Batchelor, chairmahrMrs.*'W.-':vantage. Qounculoi'"^Hcdg-"   DRAINAGE ^PROBLEMS ..*  V, Waddell; Messrs!  C. IStewart,   ^Z^JSfc1^ -     Request    for    relief - from  A. A, J Sim. and U A, Eraser.  :^��v"gfcShfwotld alberter' ��� -drainage   from/Alder  Spring  ���    ~      "���       asked -^^it3\Tw ��,^ ^1   .Road on Gower Point Road re-  ���    -    -��f,*f,prf had. he had the op-    ^ltaX irt rff^,;on to continue  PEHINSUL4 PLUMBING LTD.!  [. Phone 884-9533 Sunshine Coast Highway  1-   ���      ������>���    <mmmti     1      ���p-..���i... ���������  ii.  M- i���i ���! ..-���in���I������������.,���      ii _     -I, m .�� mi .i ,.i Mn ���  w..ifr��� <m.  Say You Saw It In 'The Times'.  1W1N CREEK  liffiilllMlBilliSili  4.td. L  ���SUNSHINE COAST HIGHWAY ond PRATT ROAD  }/\ mileN.*ofSuariycrestShopping[Center  Mrs. BemierDuyal was.asked Vsat^fied had. he had the op- ^^^ & decision to continue  to��� be "secretary^ When, Mr. pojtunity to-discuss the matter pfeyiouslv started drain to  Stewart- resigned, as he was   with Dayton when he was m    ^iS^cal "outlet  *��C4herwise  lA-Vrtntf  'Mr    Kpn  -E.   Wood    tUo^wn  - -      - -     -    ������� ��nViM>   th**   tjroblem  leaving, '^Mr. Ken -E. Wood  ���was elected, to replace him.  The  recent   budget ^meeting  the area- -      ..     .  By-law nor 130- to amend by-^  its logical outlet *��C4herwise  we are taking the problem  from  one place to  another.  ���was elected, to  replace  mm. By-law not rstj-ioamenn i^y^itom one-place to anoiner.  The  recent   budget "'meeting;" law jfo. 103 to increase water ,. said  -c^nciUor   Fladagejx   It  of the trustees decided-to. in- service, installation costs from ���         decided to purchase the  .���-_��- ~*u~   ^.ttn' ttin'So.    *-��rt -*rv ��n was eiven secona , ���- .__. i^���-���rtTr. tn firin^-the  ���> ,:  Hthdrew appucation   on secon&ary n^t*^ "'"JTIl ~'  g^perty,-.stating ��� dothe wfrrjn afterthe new year^  situating.at Robert-t^o^PPly-r-a-gainst   the    19^  ^*-.    -�� ������������ant. " "*���  ���Water flooding off govern- :  _ ������ ���,  service, installation costs from - decided to purchase the  'crease "the -granCto .the ~Se- $30 to $50. was given second ;.ja ^^ pjjjenow. to bring-the  chelt Vplunteer Fire Brigade - and third readings.^ igg3 expenditure.up to theS&JO  for"' fire '.protection/ .Sevjera^. ��� tetter'from-Roc'kgWPro-^'-mark.to claim the 50<�� rebate  ne^ homes toye been built ^t^SeTaplucation ' on secondary r^d work, and to  in   .the,    District,     additions    ^n the co-op -������^�� ..��atm*  mader to existing'homes, and    ^^ ^^ ^^           ���.land .assessments  have  been^yg^     -,-. ���.; ,-j ..      _ grant  " raised; With this over all rise j^q btu^diflg-pertaiits were" . "WaU^ "rr^+^T r^noe-tv  in value, the mill.rate should    1J?TU^i  _^ %h7 pi  Walter   P^�� %hw��f odj**&$*$*  :-not be increased-much.-if at.' ^ersrmloru24��by 24'double coutd be ^^J,*0^^  all. - Tw<L more ' street Ughts g^e. vahfed >t $1000,'-and- cided. by ,^^%ez^^ to  have been added to the sys- oae to L. G: Smith for a four-,. ditch to divert "le *a^ks  tern, [making -a* total  of. If   room,"   40'   .by 24!*-buildmg   ^J^X^^SSlSL  . S-.-f t.be/announced    gg^^Cingnen Clubf^S 0^ ^^T&%^  curb,"   was.v the   epinien /of  *" counciL ' ,    . -  Councillor  MacKey   report-  -*ed culverts at Abbs and Edmunds Road had been flushed  out     Works    superintendent^.  Holland   found   'a   spring   on ��  Winn Road which was repaired.  with crushed rock and a four-  inch drain-     '     ��� ~-  Council roeeting^of Decenv-  - ber 31  was-moved ahead te> ���  - December-30.       " ;; -     "  It  may .be  true  that  hard  -- work' is -respectable, but' that  doesn't'make it jibpular.  rmir Service  '    Everything you need to build or.  Renovate your home.  *  OUR PRICES DEFIHIT13-Y  -     THZ LOWEST  We Welcome Your Enquiries ��� Free EsSmotes  OH SPECIAL THIS WEEK  GYPROCK - PLYWOOD - ARBORITE  Phone 8S&-2S0S  "Ml  ~  si- -��� ��*-*  i   i if U'-^f  Wishing You.  Every Success  SECHELT  SHOE RENEWV  t       5?  ��� fa  ':   14  At  t i:  Limited  A Complete Service* Five Seaplanes To Serve You  ~        INCLUDING THE BIG HUSKY, CAPABLE OF. -  CARRYING UGHT PASSENGERS AND  1800 LBS. OF CARGO, -    s  INQUIRIES INVITED",..  Regarding Christmas end -  New Year charter tiihss.  Spend the holiday with the folks.  A TELEPHONE CALL  f�� our Sechelt off tee    -  will bring e modern-radio equipped  '����������� to yea etonce.  Go Modeni   *   Go Tyee  #Iiotte Sechelt 885-9348  OFFICE IN THE LOBBY bF SECHELT BUS DEPOT  for your lady-  ,   this; Chrnstmm.    J  ���-* *   .  Make her feel romanticaily feminine . ^:'  gift her with glamour for Christmas. We'  . have ad "the brands"-she prefers, in cosme-*  tics, toiletnes"and fragrances ... in becuti-  fui-gift packag^f-Let us help you choose. .  ��� /v^AX FACTOR    * "RICHARD WDNUT  ,   * COTY     ��� LENTHERIC   >;REVLONT  KRfJSB BWiVQ STOEES Ltd.  'Rae W. Xruse  GIBSONS  Phone 88o-2023  SECHELT   ,'  Phone 885-2134  PHARMACEUTICAL "CHEMISTS AND DRUGGISTS  >  -.^-\J.  ���^ffli-^TiR^yl Pi  t'i -,'  m~-x.  r>- -  11"  i  II.  If.,  t '  ��� i  1*%  1*  |j"-f-  -    !  -4-71-  - i  1/  B   -   1  Hi   r  it.-.-i  I?   ���  -1    -  :.'/v1  r*$��s.  Page 8       TM Sechelt Pen.  Times, Wed.,] Dec. 4, 1?63  Hi  -i -  SONNY SOUTH  susan?1this i��son w?get  OVER"HERE AT, ONCE;  HOSSFAC  \i\  #i  \^3B  <��&  \ -"  ng swing's  easy to^gain  a-isuccessfuL  and- at-home  exciting -and  colorful as the s|eason?Tt*s .all  jp to you.  To. malte~ youjr f^ll ,-enter-  aining really special, consider  your guests. Wi|l' they lenioy  each other?. jPlan your people  as carefullyLasi. your menu..  Then plan menus you1 can^pre.  ^are .easily land1 serve /graciously, whether it's at cone-dish  casserole or a fire "eour^e-sitf  down.dinner. Just.be sure you  can handle J aH"_ arrangements  with ease,    i   r  "   T j  Exffa touches will mark^you  an-- "exceptional i hostess.'* A.r  clever way to mix your guests -  effectively is-tol have   each '  guest pick si-fresh flower from ,  a basket attthe loor ,when;he ^  arrives.'Ladies -lin itjon for r"���  aT corsage and rien wear the  blossom -as"   a   boutonhiere,  Eacjh flowerihas a mate at the  'dinner table���-either pin a| bou-E  quet, .or eafch gijiest[wiU[ fiiid  his place marked by !a flower'  - that���matches rjtiie   one   he's  wearing."   4       '     !    *  ''  ^ Another1 unusual trick with  fresh flowers from the Ilorist  Telegraph. Delivery is to'honor the special - guest w.th< a  lovely floral-arringemfenl[that  is tiedjq theba< k of nei-jstin-  ner chair, she'll take it t��ome  4fter the pajrty, i If course, and  you'll be praised for a thoughtful- gesture., _^_   ~   j    ' I  - -Other fun idea ? to spark an  autumn    evenin j:' dress   up,  your table by. i lacing pretty  'erabroideredJ ribbons] on a so-  Jid color tabled oth.f Anange  the ribbons in-"ample designs  across the table! ladd (matching1  flowers and canwles fori alcen-  trepiece, "and you'll joe1 j Croud *;  Powell fiiVer Ws  play^on \ Peninsula  by^Goalie^ ; -1   i [ ,_;'<���.  TWO teams gravelled . from!   -  1 Powell River to play games' v  with ouf'*local bdysCon^ 0*t$e|^r  ���Sunshine '-Cia*$t; ;i"as ~^hesej  games,  have - 4 lusedf; such , a ��.  stur among ^e<:d^pcber-fans,1  -  Teturn matches ar��'uow"bemgL   _-  'arranged.;; ~\  - bj \-'% '    j    }  PR    RangiTf _ Splayed i the]    c  Gibsons "All Sdirs at Gibsons ��� t \  elementary , school" Jgramd"s;j  the team? were: evenly' mat-j  ched - and'provided ,the spectators, with', niany ^thrilling  moments. The I PR b%yph5d  the decided" advantage in the  first "half,- snoring ^particular  skill in a close passM|ig'.tech.-  m'que.  The    Gibsons- ���_ goalie  had his .harids full fand was]  not  able! ������ to' r eachK a ^' well-  placed_floawr over his head,.  '  However in the second haH  the,   Gibsdni * boys" showed  &iey *were^ Jtnaae   of ^sterner  stuff,   and'M  fighting1', back  every~inchof the^ way* managed to e'ome. "up-wit|i -& cou-  ,ple ot. goals| by Hansen   and  Hdlden, thgi-eb\-. making thet �����*t.��^��*-��#��. bm-h^  -score Z-l,in.favor of our local j. GRANDPA S BOY  'lads. ,   r \ >~   >'!J  '      ii    i    i  j   The other nvtch was,held,  at Hackett's Park}in Sfechelt,|  with the:PR tearn made-up of  the 1962 BestfBoys, Team'in*  BC.by   avinlninj' ithe ,,Sun's  Tournament bfXStars trophy.  This- was'la| wtll-played and4  thrilUng^;ma|'tch, j and  proved j  to , be' particidaply {trewarding  to the Sechelt All Stars^coa.-  ches.   The_ Seel elt*-' team ,'in- -  eluded-.various^ playerSi from  the Roberts|-.Creek,  Resident  tial School afidffSechelt "Leg- <  ion teams; .and "iJUt"1 up" ah as- \  tonishingly' Wei .-played! mat- i  ch copsideriite,they-had nev-f.   LITTLE PARMER  et played 'togeiher before.-       -"���*" *��*****���  ' Result "was a-$.-2 u>^ J  ' After the games, ���were oyerv  and���tljieJboys iprucedtaip a*  "bit,-auvthe]pliers gathered f,  together and 'enjoyed -refresh-"!  {meats,   antip*talced   up  their J;  eventful afternooiju-rL'. w  -.  I   '    l * \  Fue Jips for   >  fall hosiers, r  PALL5is fun &mhr-r? are'you  ready? As the season for^ parties daid entej  into action, 'it's  a reputation  as  hostessl Parties*'  evenings can' be  |v   if~-ft  HURRY  rr  E=^  tHERE'S M0TH1N* \M*ftON6T��HJUSTs  wanted;! "SEE ��OW \0'-WOOLO -:  REACT T' OROEHS GtVEti 8YM�� J  by AL SONDERS  by FRANK TROMAS  ON?)/  (tiVnn'ifiawrfHiifflifiiiti*'*  m.  *\  SEv"EN CtCUOCK}  REAiALANO//  5 ..1  U'  -, AFTER -WTBIRDS -  <*a >*f< �������� ���#��*��.�����*�����������������������m���prnftV  OFF MAIN; STREET  'i    f  RURAL DELIVERY  of the picture  x   1     , _     ,  }k results.  '-   1  HOW DID!"  THE FIGHTS  WOMEN  WJFfc"  VlHuT^TNi ��ERt)ID riNO QUT  WAS ,Jk:���&WgWWrl\iiM'  THE , ^v *\N ��TH A C* UCOZ  ANswe*a?i s;\les��w��an FROIA  PHopNIKTIiET5  BHT#  ��Sb  ^  MV BH  f&*M*  -isv BRAD ANDERSON  .ijjgiii i ��� '  /  3- ccmiix^is^fap  Too  i  sSSU^  /_  by KERN PE  6 ' V  /  ���/-  ��� '/  V  [H-  DlDNTfYOU  HEARTHATWHEii  yoU^ARg-SfTRUj:  ONONE-CHE6I  YbU'SHOUl^DTMRH1  r '  yer��;6uT  THIS GUY-  HITMEOM-  TrfeNOSr"  ANDlVfet  6NtyS0Trl  ONENOSef  s  gr���^OU CANT,  "ft' HABDWTEU-  hf  Th*��%-%.  ���**....  ��.��/.,  JOE DENNETT  a.  ih  by AL SMITH  s��ta 3B��ffi  �� /  /-:  ^m^B^as^msasasffi  Korean children wait for clothes  j Winters cold , ...  Korean children  j need warm clothes  I ON A COLD November, moaning in South Korea, children  f      ��� (Stood shivering .in a long line of human misery, waiting  ! for bundfes^of warm clothing from Canada.       - \  The heartbreaking fact is that, sometimes'pitifully  i unclad children] cannot be, served, because there is never  enough Canadian  warmth to     j:   j go around."How can 1 con-- ucated. "They need our convey-this great need?   .lmplor-  , ed" Dr.   Lotta   Hitschmanova, ���  ' Executive Director of the/Un-  .itari^n''Service Committee of  -   Canada.  "I have - stood there  shivering  in  my  own, warm-  clothing,  praying .that some  how 11 will find the words to  reach the hearts of more and  , more' Canadians and stir them  " into I action.**  I     What do the world's dest-  I itutej need? .They need warm  -garments;"   they   .need, food;-  i. they I need a chance to be ed-  cern, our love; oar wholehearted support," - says Dr.  Hitschmanova; . The." USC of  Canada is" now. appealing. for  maximum quantities of warm,  practical clothing, and- addresses of USC- depots are  available through USC Headquarters. Cash contributions  towards the USC Christmas  appeal for 310,000 Friendship  Dollars may be "senKcUreet to  USC Headquarters^ ?G3 Sparks  Street, Ottawa 4, Ont, -   -f-��. __ _  - i  School board  vocational wing lt��i��ii��  PLANS-for a new vocational wing housing H.E=, I.A., and   jbut'*get. only   double-'Sk,^'  commercial ��� were outlined by district superintendent   maintained Bob Holden.  MORE ABOOT .. <  Replace system   ;  -���from page 1, ' - 3  represetatives under the act?  was a" question electors tangled  on. Could! residents in the municipality holding land hi" the  . rural area^vote, and-still vote  in their own municipal election? Gordon Johnson-said,.  "the act does not say a person  cannot vote -in a municipality  iffhe has already voted in a  rural area." Mrs. Burns gave  . an opinion- obtained-from the  department -of education that  municipal residents could at-.  tend meetings of rural elec--"  tors, xould vote but could not  seek"offiee.  F. West urged school trustees to obtain a" legal interpretation on" this matter.     ;  Voting for three representatives was conducted in a democratic and-"business-like man-'  ner. The name of each elector  was checked off the. voter's Jist  as he cast his ballot. Mrs. Celia  Fisher, John Matthews, and  Alec King were elected.      i   -  FAHNHAM PROPERTY ^ .;  Tm-Tn^fayor-of the Fam-  haro property," said Harvey,  when the site for the future-  Gibsons elementary school was  discussed.."I stillr-have to find~  out the exact reason for the  opposition to the Farnham property," stated Fred Cruice. ^ *  Earl Dawe outlined, the  history of this particular-jjro-  perty as obtained from the  I^R-O. A three-month option to  purchase had been registered  in August 1��62 by XX H. English. This option ' lapsed - in  November 1962. The referen--  dum was put in April ��1963.  "L am'shocked at the board's  reluctance to answer, questions  about this property. Failure (of  referendum) before was one of  public relations. -The public -  was "being asked to sign-, a  blank-cheque."  Dawe felt the board failed  to recognize toe difficulties involved and therefore did not  -meet them-.'This attitude destroys the public's trust in the  .board.' "-"*. *      ;   -  DRAINAGE PROBLEM  There is also a drainage  problem and an access pro-,  blera," he saidJ He then moved  that the board meettwith' cri-  -tics of the last ref ereadum'with  a view' to drafting" a referendum that would meet with the  people's" approval     .    .-?.;-  - ^People come to meetings to  learn the trustee's yiewpoint-  The Sechelr Ffefiiasub Times, Wed.^ Dec. 4, 1963 Page 9  Organized in 1958 . . .   :  SPCA sub-brrach-  -'    *    -. =  active in -Secfie  THE Sechelt Peninsula sub-branch of the Society fof the  Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (British Ccfumbfa,  section}/ was organized March 28,  1958 by- George  E.  .Webb, Mrs. George E. Webb, Mrs. George'Smith cn<f Mrs.'  "-Cecil Chamberlain. "    ;    " :        := -  The   BC . SPCA   Incorpora- - from - stray ' animals   (whics.  .ffon Act states: "Any author-    the'society does not deal with   -  ized agent of the society, or  "as- ifis~a matter for the.RC-  any branch thereof, may exa-   MP   asder   the   Pound" Act).  minei seizer-hoH,  destroy or    cats  wanting homes, cats to  -dispose of any"animal found    be   destroyed,  dofs   that   are  "at   large,   abandoned,   or   in    looking -for homes or to be*  poss3ssicn_of any peron who    destroyed-   and - little    birds  is not properly caring _for the    that' have  falierl   from   their  .animal,    etc."  "Section    nine    nests.: _   .  . _    -"���  reads/.- "All "policemen,   constables and other peace officers in tte province are here-    to feed th^n etc_?:ind ^ w  by   authorized   sad - required,   _,_  ^ .__������ km , _._,-*;  -  The "caller "wants to .know  what:' to do for -them,  what  to aid and assist the officers  of  the  society  in all  lawful  case the -caller h&d a poreu-  pine-ih. bis'house and wanted  to be.advised about what he-  V''&r^LieDtcrTfu,i\-^ should  *��   with  It.   He   was  ?nd"CS1^L ��Ut *^0^e?*'-told to take-'it well out into  for  winch the society is an- fee hf2sh znd j^,. .^^   -t  CQT^Qra-ecL        .  . % would take care of .itself. For-'  " The  active   officers-of 'the Kmately we have-'not had to  sub-branch   for  19S3   are:   B. deal   with " any   skunks   yet.  L. Cope. Roberts Creek, pres- or  civ its  noted  an officiaL  ident;  William  Morrison, -Go-  Our   inspector   has   had   a-  wer PaintrR^^ v^-presid- - g^ Reiner   covering    the  ent;   Mrs.   George   E.   Webb,    ^   he   ^   haA   ^ fr.  o*wtif3rr- _    S.Tnr        fieri�����re��       X. - .-        ���      secretaryr- Mrs.    George  Smith,     treasurer; -   Leonard  Wray,r inspector and Mrs. B.  L, Copa, executive committee.  vines . rjrvttrtg Pender- Har-  bcur, 'i Graruhams" Landing.  Hopkins Landing. WUsoaa  Creek, etc, "eithear: parking ixp  a dog, a cat- and In one case  - Telephone   nomber   of   the    a fawn. .  l^^f^tL ^JS"    ' -The? SPCA does not receive-,  retarySS5-SS?6;   the   inspect-    a-y-^^;^ r^t, to ^  tor, 835-2664. r. defray expense* but depends  Any    person    seeing    any' entirely on* memberships and  cruelty to any animal is ask- donations from" those who are  ed to  call .either the presid- interested   in   husiase" treet-  ent    or   .inspector.     Persons mens-of all arurriais..  ^Z^sJZ^f    H  ^ ' *An;advertiseta*nt'ui   -the-  need-des&oyed   snould   call t,-^^  classified'section  his  tiie   President   or   Inspector. ar bUnk!apptoSon5sFmerS  Persons "^ho  want  to   adopt te^^ ��&   ^ %, -^.  aiumals should call the pre^. ^^ to n^e-donations,  ident or inspector.         .        __ You^are- asked  to  help  this  From April 1 to date (Nov. gooaT*work_.along.- It. is plan-  243 telephone^calls.in and out neS 'to organize .one- or two  of the president's office are: more stibVbranchea at Sechelt  incoming 204; outgoing 176, a -and  peader HarbOi^- district;  total of 330. :  ;                     ' also -4 junior branch of  the  '  Calls    covered- -everything SPCAk -             .  -   .                --  f  of-schobfs, .Gordon Johnson. He pointed out this district is  o year behind due. to the defeat of the referendum last  ' April.   . ; -   ."     "' ���:���: ...  '   !     Board ^members . will   give    chairman Reg Spicer in answer  consideration to a plan sug-    to a letter frr^rn G. A. Cooper,  ! gesteii by W. S. Potter, princi-"   principal of Sechelt Elemen-"  * pal of - Elpbinstorfe -secondary,   tary concerning the early arri-  i school, to institute as part of^ v-al of buses. Mrs. Ball felt part  ��� the  occupational ��� program,   a    Qf the transportation problem.  two-month basic cook s course ��� stemmed from having no over-  , toprepare boys to cook on tugs  i and -in  logging   camps.   This  . .in logging camps.  could be enlarged to a one-  , year course next -year. Gor-  ; don Johnson pointed out basic  , training must be. operated in  ; conjunction with on the job  1 exprience which' would- need  ' .the co-operation of local bakeries and hotel managers.  Mobile   library   plan   was  i tabled by education committee  ! chairman   Mrs.-Muriel   BalL  J Patterned" after the plan'operating satisfactorily in Howe  1 Sound school district it would  | provide a mobile, centralized  professional library* of books,  film and film strips. The librarian would receive 14c a mile  travelling allowance and mak.e  two; visits a. month  to  each  ��� school.   Thespian   allows   a  greater selection of books and  p a greater quantity and variety  of film.J*The response from the  ; teachers was good,'* states Mrs.  BalL "Only one teacher is opposed and a few%have reser-  i vations."  Mrs.     Charlotte     Jackson,  school, trustee  and represen-.  tative for Davis Bay attendance  area declined nomination for  ! appointment as representative  all - transportation committee  chairman. Some.- children. at  Sechelt now arrive before 8  am. and have to~ wait until  nine for school to open. .���  "The -board tries to present  things in good faith. They work  without remuneration, with the  best interests of the people.  Anybody is welcome to my  position:" I won't run' again."'  replied Harvey. He asked if  .the meeting.wished to put "a  vote of. non-confidence.   "���"  :  "The problem is one ofTack  of! understanding rather than  one of lack, of confidence,."  stated Mrs. Cloe'Day. ;  Dawe said he felt the board  failed in two fields. "If the  school board understands its  position, it's not always clear.  OO IT BETTER WITH.  Mrs. Ball suggested the-tax  payefe be asked to indicate by   Jt-appears to the observer that  ���" bailor whether they are in, fa-   the board is not aware of its  If it*is elfectricat come to us for e?cpert  - : ; workmanship V . }  V ��� COMMERCIAL       *iNDUSTRtAL -  ��� RESIDENTIAL J- .  APPLIANCES ��� ELECTRIC HEATING      "  SIM :ELECflBID-Fi'l/TD..'  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOKS  - :   ;���  Phone 835-2062 -_'; I  vour of keeping transportation  costs at a bare minimum or offering better transportation  service at "the taxpayers' expense. She claimed this district is going against prevailing  departmental policy. "We are  taking the chUdren to the  schools instead of taking the  schools to the children as recommended in the Chant Royal  Commission report."- **-_    -  Madeira.. Park elemetary  school playground requires  5000 yards of gravel to raise  the* level two feet to- prevent  flooding, according to a letter  from District engineer F. Underwood Spicer- felt most of  this problem could be alleviated if the department of highways would install approximately. -250  feet of culvert, to  administrative function.." And  as a salesman the board  should meet objections as  they come up. "The onus is  on the trustees to sell this referendum," he said. J  As a. result of this discussion  meeting  agreed" to a motion  that the three Gibsons representatives,    the " maintenance  superintendent and the board's -  construction     committee . investigate all properites- adjac-^  ent to the elementary school'  before choosing a site.        _i -  i  New citizens ]  THOMPSON���There  is  much"  -joy" in the household of Mr.  and" Mrs.   W.   Thompson   Of  Pender Harbour on "the arri-  Uttttftft-ttftttt*-  Tg-:  are -i if p  interested in  SQUAEE DANCING ?  flooding across the road onto  the lower level of the jointly  for 1964'term Nobody turned .owned   community   dub   ���  out to the Davis Bay .meeting    school playground  ;" of electors' so an appointment  will have to be made.  "We can't change the buses.  We've  already   slowed   them  1 down at bit," declared Board  5S5S. ms&xz. 5S-5U <�������� 'StS  boys in the family.  RATHBpNE���-Mr.  and Mrs.  R. T.  Rathbone  of Pender  Harbour" are ' happy   at   the  arrival of their fmst.daughter  Come to the Adult (Peg-tuner's  Square Dance Class at the  LEGIOM HALL -SECHELT  Friday, ��ecemba? 6tit  - 8KJ0 p.m. fro 10t3Q[jB.ni.  DONATION 56c EACH ;  CALLER -t- MAURICE r|EMSTREET  fanhtMkmmm  1  4  I  I  s  1  1  * ��� J?.;-i"s;  * s   * ��� * -^  ������' -' *"*Vi  >        ( <     I �����  1 �� I- T  -  . Z\~r<  \ "������-'fc'CSJ-  * I ''Z'z'ul  * *   ti"-"f"- V-  * l:iK':*f.  ��� wx  v~i$$.  ��� I  h  X'h&  f-    f  V  offer  from  Realty of.the Propp property Wendy Maureen, weight U  consisting of I ^ acres for $9500 J lb. She has two Jittle~,5rc-  was tendered.      - thers. __ Page 10. The Sechelt  Peninsula  Children Hist .���  Times, Wed., Dec. 4,1963  ���IK   ,  1 'P-  'V    ' SB,��  ���   - I. sp. ,  r  ���*.-J  *��� V* *t I  CHjILDREN wail ing from 2:15 unjnT.,4 p^m. for a homeward  bus, cdusec Render parents to conriplajjri ��)u,t to put ihe  sm&H Egmont bus on | an ,6xtra/ run to /W�� Point would  invplve on extra 20 miles [a day,' ... i      |  nly 2Q miles  here but it'- -?   "*" ""H       fT",  would cause a-chain reaction kiting Volunteer work the'  in ihll the i other areas!,", con- community club has been tui-  teniJed Leo Johnson.     "���{ *       ab'e to meet its share of-the  hich dp you want?" ask-    work/      >       \ i'      ~\  ed |jMrs. Ball. "Are you pre-��� "What' happens to the  parid to pay fojr 'thel trans- poardfs allotment ifi it isn't  perflation you want;or |'dotyou Used?-' enquired Bill Mai*  want us to stick] to the bare - colm. ]<        j  ',  shamble minimum?" J i��it goes back into general  children i are    funds. Sometimes the' money  earlyj rising   as not requested/ but! Mr, Spi  school,   [the    eer is always very careful a  matter  of  dollars^.and  cents    bout    having    all    available  shouldn't- even  Jba'   consider-    funds spent on the \ grounds,  ed'   declared Frank" Lee.j        stated Leo Johnson.j  'Which   would   be - greater,     J-Jlf ��� was    pointed j} out   ^e  u*ansportatiqh. or more  rural    board   pays   nothing  for-the  "iWhen  young  involved in  this"  and    late   after"  idkjois?"  use of the grounds.  The department urges tlak- ^"^ cU$> Pavs  ing   schools   to   the * younger FENCE it  ihl dren,"   replied   Mrs. i Ball. . �����,. _        .,  Boole, at   Gibsons \ turned JJ���1.   c_omra^mtJf  The com  the takes  club  doWrn the referendum -because ?*??$* ^l"^}?1^*  ftf  4> wanted a Jarger school SffiJ*1 ^ ho*P< .bu1Mlh,!  nth more facil ties."       -' SJSf^-.vf %I TK   1xf5t'  cfi-   ���      , ��� xil ixi.       * should either fence jit or if ufc  Fleming, felt that the refer- &�� declared Lee,  ] i  mourn   went   tq   defeat. be- ( .   mftt;^��� ' A ..   . i *.. i  of   adeouate'' t A motion was put that, thi  of   adequate ^^   ^^   ^   ^pproache<:  to purchase of lease the com-  rsujse   of- lack  stibltcity.'  SROUNDS FLOODED munity club' grounds.  b  r  i.  "Fill the school grounds! all-  ' "Although ~ the |'boardj   "i$  you want, but until the, drains^ broadminded   about]. the ' use  afe opened it's useless," was' of the grounds for rommumV  the "Opinion of��� 5. Leei on the affairs, we would jvant tq be  ded playing field, | -" assured'  the    yourjg-   peppl*  [Ofe  department  of  high- would have access1; to'them,  vJaVs * is draining we$er onto observed Lee. I ��� -I"      i  newsretioriv  by Elisabeth Lonnoberg  ���<���'-      > ^  MR, and "Mrs. J|. Chippendale  have rently mcived into'their .  new home on Senview LaneTlt  was the former home of\Mr,  'and Mrs. Noman Harrison,  who moved to Vancouver. |  Other new residents oiTSea-*  view Lane, are Mr*. *and.Mr$.  Budd' Feamleyf who have  moved into the former home of  Mr. and Mrs.' Bower.  -We welcome" Mr.-and Mrs.'  "Dan Currie anjdj daughter Cathy who have rhijived from Selma Park tot n��fir -brimd-new  home. i      | i      -  < Mrs.. As Swan] and daughter  Eleanor attended the Bolshoi  ballet .in Vancouver Saturday,  ,  November 16. Also in attend-  JCm^NUjY^ has. been   SSSTsSStS^t^lt  appc -mted| editor of 1 he Sechelt Peninsula Times which   Lonneberg of Wfest Secbeltand  begins publication today. She is prolific writer and. has,   Mrs. H, Carter of Selma J^arkT-  Norm   Watson   was   taken'  suddenly   ill last  week   and  flown to St. Paul's Hospital. '  We wish him'lo speedy',re- ?  eovery,  Several lpca*t hunters have  returned with game. "Ben Ffi- -  gon< and Don Caldwell with  moose each, and Milt v>nne~  'berg and Harry Batchelor with  an elk and'a deer..       _,    ���  Dave Cassels was visiting his  parents Rev. and Mrs. S. Cassels, over the Armistice -day  weekend.   -  V  i  for rndnyi yeorS, token aiji active interest in th<p area.  Meet Joan Donle  ei  commutiity  ti.'f stated Mrs.  erop.  a ^r-  club proper-       "That's usually ,ujp  toith?  Muriel Cam-    principal," said Labf Johnsor.  riley . > ;  Time  Sechelt Times Editor  Sunshine Coast fan  "I'VE SEENidrdmatie changes jn Sechelt Peninsula since  - i came he^e 24 yeais ago to nurse in St, AAar/s Hospjr  tal," say^ Joan, DonfeyTpo greerteyed, brunette, native^of  w   J  t i  i_.   -* J -.* i    ,    ,        DISCUSS    KINDERGARTEN  e district etngineer^ook-.-    Kindergarten     re'cWed     .,  ed|at these grounds and fett   fuli    dise^sXdn    a^liMadeirr  ratted Mrs. D. Smith. ��� c^unoolation   seemeti   to   b^  ccordirig   to | F. - Lee. the ,the prbblem. The 'cpmmunitV  water-was runnibg before the haK w&s suggested'but boar"  raajd was built, j "U's no use members'doubted iff it woul  passing  the buck,"   he   said passfite ittspecticlnJJ Meetim  "This-is a I problem of three went On record d? bein^r "*"  reighbors. -(..It's | the   "school favour] of- kindergarten  if  todrds   plugged i drains .that questionnaire sent ]6ut to pai-  zrd   keepihg   waiter   on   (the ents  received - an ] affirmativ *  community'club [grounds, and response.   '. *   '���   \-    .  ttS? jSlra SnSare   "' Mrs. | Ball 'expiated  tran��.  eeping water on both-prop-    portation^to, kmderjgarien  Is  ^r-'   -   ; ��� l1 '     -the. responsibility b'f :  PfU,  ent.' Classes last- two and one-  half hours eactj day,' with a  minimum of 15 children, an  a maximum of 52^ (Two cl  ses of 26). She .reported' 1  Sechelt kindergarten-has cb^t  in the neighborhood of I $10i  tb^it   we   are   the. seveni  althiest district in BO," shl  Saskdtchtwan  "Our area has the best climate in Canada and has, tremendous*' potential. It is this,  potential we hope to-develop  through' the���Sechelt Peninsula Tutks."  Married \o * Bob Donley,  they ^recently celebrated i their  22nd wedding anniversary.  "Life has been hectic,"! she  says. "Bting married to a  rugged vin iividualist and raising five individualistic children (four boys and one j girl)  has-been like living in a  three-ring ��� circus.   [;  Joan has [held a commercial  fisherman's license,, has "worked as tfdl sawyer irt their-  sawmill, t4,My husband ,was  always a gentleman," she interjects, "ie always tool: his  hat. off when he handec me  the", peavey") was secretaiy of  P.H, and]Sechelt Liber4 As-  wansdn Bros.  Excavating and ,  Ditching  Septic Tanks and Drain Fields  Concrete "Gravel arid Sand  JUJLVERTj DRa![NS ,  '-The culvert ojn 'community  !ub property al$o i drains' the-  ichpol property,'[  Mrs,  Cameron  informed' the| meeting,  "jHqw  can  anyone look  at-  lat -creek ��� and]  expect >" the  rojuhds' to be dry when  it *  ari't _ get   away? - The . drain*   claimed.  ZZ  Sinful ^>�� M^-    F1*^��ff   Ata1��*rWw  rXtt    ndT    ??T,> ^    ^Sartens  paid  off  as I therje  rS? U?'f i    �� ur"'       �����" '    were fewer .repeaters in grade  "The |best plan," he contm-  i0neL "This is-a Saving aslt-  ued,'"ii for. the | three neigh-    costs  about. $550,'" a   year  to  boiirs   fx>   get   together -.and    educate  one child."   Ope  ei-;  worjk c-ut-a busjness-like ar- , ector. cOaimed,   "Parents  jus A  rangement to. clear the ditch-    want to use kindergartens as\  es.J About four days  a year    baby  sifters-,"  biit Mrsp Bal  jy/oUld    do   it.   Two, in   the    countered    with, |) "socializing-  fsprmg  and  ts/o\ in   the 'fall 'is an asset, especially iri aress  would, keep, thel grounds   90    where communication is lin-  percent dryer."' ,''-    f' i ited." \\ ���      |  ,{ The meetingJ^decided ,���the . Votes of thanks!were tenc-  boatd should take immediate,�� ered by Mrs. Fleming ;o the  steps to meet the community- school board for) the [man/  Jclub and the .department-of Ismail courtesies.' render��L  public w*orks in regards- to land to' John'Daly fdr hs  the.drainage problem on the., work as a representative, and  Madeira . Park ^ .school play especially for his assistance  maintenance j with the fishing {class, j  open\ ditches i Bill Malcolm and Frank  measure.*      ,j Lee, were   elected.'   as  feprl-  Box 172  dn'niroinwmnwinw ����<>ww%i>��vwwwif<#ww>��ww��i��itw��wv��>in(����inn��w*vvi>i��ww<w����w��qw����i'  Sechelt  Phone ��85-9866  rid-  time  sociation,  also, Mackenzie  ing isecrelary;   and  one  secretary  of Pender' Haifbour  PTAI   and   Recreation   Commission. -  She- speit three "iyears ���- ���  school tnstee during which  time she vas instrumenlal in  getting tie Pender Harbour  high "school. She also played  a part in ��� he establishnw nt of  the rural piaiTdelivery cut of  Halfmoon Bay. ���='       ' .  "Poliyfcs is the lifeblosd of  our' society.' I believe if more  women took ah active put in  93  SALE CONTINUES  Borgoin* in every department,  Loyaway your choice till Christmas  ... a small deposit jceurc* any item.  "W"���" .   rait,,  area.   And ^the  staff be^isked to  as an^emergency  pEVELOPED JOINTLY  W  ,&���  ' sentatives.  n  This   school, play   areas  is;  politics at  our social  resolved," she maintains,  llilUIUJI  nan  owned one part by the school    SWANSON BHOS; BUY  board  and  one  part; by: the  '    The Swanson b'rotheri, Le  community club. Up until re-    and   Harold,  have! purchase  :ent^- it has. beeh developed    the  equipment  of  StockweL       .  ointly.  The .boarjd ,iias bud- -. & Sons. Both boys are former,' &i  jeted a sum of money each    employees of Evans Coleman   |^��  yearf which has been matched    plant at Hillside, ]whichl is i[n   SSkS  >y   the  'community- club , in   the process'\ of" being dilsmarl-  ^he iform of volunteer'labour T" tied. Len, a shovel' operator,  and equipment, This arrange-.'' has -resided   iri   Gibsons   Mr  men   goes back jto ^he time, .seven years. Harold, -a I- plant'  ihe school'Was'built because " carpenter;-'has   lived   in   "  he  grounds  wer4  not  large    chelt-for ten years,'  enough.".. ���, ^ -;.|   ^    j    ' -.     The transfer becomes  ^Because of difficulty hi!sol-; 'tive-December Istj.!    "  >e; per- mmmm9 $5*9�� -per year  >H scarries- m* mmUo Mj��@>1k fm* ihe  effei  &mm emvmope ym  Wedne��duy9B  . i <  Sechelt Peniiisula^Ws* l��.  PHONE 885-9654 or 885-0952  >{"a <      _  ��� .- .-.  =/-  Tho. Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wei, Dec 4,-19-63 Psge 1 f  f��g&%g^&$&i  Let flowers say "Merry Christmas" for you �� . ��. as  gilts.��.and in your own home! We have all the traditional Yuletide'favorites ,:. ..and many-attractive new.  arrangements: Come, see, select 1 Place your orders;  - yearly an4 avoid disappointment.  TABLE CENTRES  PLANTERS  POiNSETTAS  T    -\  CHRISTMAS GREENS  CERAMIC VASES  CJJT FLOWERS    ;  f  FtOWElfcS1KMP  PhoW 885-4455 ~   \VL \  .j  ���Jk-  LADIES' WEAR        *t    i-  Christinas  Gifts for ler  Adsm her at Ghrisrnos  - -    �� _ with the  smartest gifts that ever*  went under a-tree;  See us for.a^foshronwise;  r ' .array of styles/  smart, dressy and-dramatic;  -    _   - 5 - -    -i  I '    '-' r  "^ Coats - Coreoefs - Dresses  Skirts-Blouses-Coroigans  fc Pull-Overs �� Housecoats  Lingerie - Leather Hcndbagt  ond Miiliitei'y  * Ladies* wear is our  only business..  #  #  -   LADIES' WEAR  , SECHELT  Phone  - 885-2002  GIBSONS  .Phone_ *  885-2109  ^ ^~jC  'Make ^ the Merriest r   ~        Christmas'  ._;>^a gift that keeps-  r - ���-- X '' - -obtgiving"  -evervtlday of the.yeari-  ;/  jwwwwmwmmwwwwwww^^ Vfaa��*^L3^mm^iK^wri  -Jfe*  Ploying Santo; Ploy if Smart.. ..  With one of the fine gift Items  nowl on display. Choose NOW  white stocks ore complete.      . -  PS.���-He*e_sre iusf.afew Hems  you'll find areandVthe. store to  please everyone on your tistz   '_  '- TOYS-��� GIFTWARE .  LUGGAG| v  _-    SMALL APPLIANCES      C  RECORD PLAYXRS  4     STEREO SETS  . * TRANSISTORS  I fronyfust $19.00  ��� . Generous Trade-la now  available aa your present T.V.  GIVE HIS...  WARDROBE  4  WITH YOUR  Sales and Sewice  \.  Phone HU SS5-9713  Want ta put your man in "seventh heaven"  for Christmas? Help him to laafaMts very best  witKd gift to wear from c*ir*��-unning selection.  ^Nothing else you can give will get so close -  to man! J      -   - "  ~: I -    *** McGregor Socks  ���*- Forsyth Shirts      r  *r Luigi "Shirts  * Aero Slacks  "I  ���k Currie B^elts  SECHELT  Phone  885-9330  ^7  -.   I  "I  **-*^l  i   t  1   t  l   i  >  * -:  I -  i   k  1      *  -4- w  Students  adopt  orphaned girl  STUDENTS' qX\Sechelt, Elem- a  -  entaity , school,    under   the!  Unitarian 'Service'   Cmmlttee  of < Canada ,are contributing to^  the support' of -Pushpam, an'  eight-yearrold orphan girl' of  ,Coimat>r^' in  India.  Madras   State,'  year the grade 5 stu-  imtiated1 the plan in  1 to .lesons  in Social  ��3? \T  V  :'   4* '���!;���  *   *    *���      "       - 1,  \-'  South  ''.     La$t  - dents  response _ _ ,  < StudieisUthey started to think  ���.'of cnidnen whjo were not so  ���well '<^}-Mr.>,|Mactavish; the  ; teacher pf-thej class at that  ���\time claims that the action of  >. ' the    students  eous.  -')'��� Last  ,$96.- started-in the .grade 5  class,   'and" gradually   spread  f to the whole school. This year  they raised tljieir $96. quota  by October.    "  ���Home  -*���[*�� v^ =w xwi ����*iinta*��s.*s.��' ���**W*��^Sr��eT''jMiKSSW?%f^����  een - of - the - week  WHEN the" Grade Eleven" results Icarrie out  one at Pender Harbour was [surprised   h standing  Clubs iornied  lyear's  ^collection    of  activities  PENDER HARB<buk high school (this yeir is o hive of  - -.-  bustling adivify. A good selection of clubs has been  was  .spontan-^. forme^ ond Q\\'2re receiving enthusiastic support from the  students. 1 - ��� ��� - J : - ��� '  Future Teachers and Fu- cheerleaders to the annual  ture Nurses have been selling ' volleyball ' t jurnament. Pen-.  hot dogs and chocclate bars der girls made it to the .fin-  to raise funds. The film club als, but were defeated by El-  plans ito -show trhvelogues-sof phinstone. {Fender and Elph-  lk'.��.na<m > Initios    fnr    a    ��anall   - inctnrm    Krixn;    +i<v?    for   RftCOnd  died  and left  for-her  Pusl roam's1   father  'when' she wasi three  her"^wther  to- care  1 and her, year-old brojther.1 Af-  "ter a three-year struggle her  LmOther died of typhoid fever.  Pushpam,  then six, sand her  brother iwere 'taken 'into the  home , qf    a | neighbor.  jRut  times were "so, hard-iiii India,  and? tie' food J so* scarce ..that  neighbour, could  .vffle   for pushpam  "brother' any- longer.  ���--^oWf'Faishpara and  ther -are? in   the   Coimbatore  The' childrer  florae.,   ine   ciuuireu    vi  . chelt* Elementary sehool  tributf to her| suppofct  not ,pro-  and I her  1 I  European ��� "cities [for a small  charge." Most popular are the  dance \ club ' sponsored���sock  hops every - Friday at -noon,  although the bi-monthly  school ; paper, H'xtorur Lites,  is making its wjy into public approval. The drama club  is finally choosirjg p. play to  produce.  November 15 "\jras set aside  as  Sadie -Hawkits  Day..'All  the'   students    and   teachers  character-  her ibro-  of  Se-  DEAR   BESSIE; ,.  goingrwith "a- girl pr .quite  ��� a- wnife.i Lastf week I "incited  ��� I hej; uj> our house ifdr dinner,  ��� j* Her table manners jare I the  ��� ; worst. She practically Sprawl- .  '   ed on the table5, to eat, .-I' like^-  ���"   her =4 good - deal, but I  was  - i   really ashamed for her, What ���  I' ��� can I do?| ~t.C.^   J    ^     ���  >, "Dear L^C,:~This is ajdeli-  '   cats- thing tojjhandife without-  }   hurting anyone's feelings, but  ���\   handle it youj must. jWiieh. the .  i   opportunity isj right you might  '   "jell* her about someone i you ^  1 once went} torith who; had pret-  ty awful- manners arid how of-     ��  I   fendejd you Vfrere by it. .Good 7 ��  ��� ,���,table Lmatmers -.����re ] - not -; too- "-v  -  hard"to come by.once,a person  knows they,might rieedjsome*  '.   sharpeninjg up.. If you handle  I * it right, She'U begin to take  |    stock1 ,an�� notice how 'other .  i   ^people bejhayji at the table- If  i i   you'knoW it, is, bad training,  I    be more .patient with her. But  if you know it-.is. just, care-  -'    lessness, you can take a|mord  , , direct approach., '  . DEAR BESSbk-fl like���a_boy''  -I don't j know very v well. He j,  1    has a, good I BacT<ground and .  '   ' is very nice.| He has seen me'  , ^ofteiji  in 'school,,.smiled,, and ���  ' ^sometimes said hello. Once he  came tjo. classes in  istic Dogpatch diess. For this'  day, ^he ; gymniSium walls )  were adorned with portraits  of.thej popular- :hsracters of  cbn- this fictitious conn unity. An  "extended noon-hour dance  climaxed the'day.  November 23. Pehder host  ed' the   volleyiKll   teams   of  ,   ���m        r      Brooks, Max, Cameron, Elph  -I have been~s~histonei and their caches and  last July,'no  o learn that  Shiiley Haddock had achieved high standingland won the^  "Know Our Canada" contest sponsored by.-the local PTA,  the winner being the student  jwhc    achieves    the   'highest.  Jmark in Socials 30.    f  Sliirley is well known tor  the FfA for she jhas assisted  in   their annual Fish Derby.  She   has" done aH  the  routine  clerical work of recording the  ty  weigh-ins^���a  thankles's,  absorbing I job. The pro-  vfrom the Derby ,go to  Pender    Harbour    High  iol   scholarship  fund,   so  Shiriey   helps" willingly   and  cheerfully.  -Unself  ke;mote  ^  -Hiijh  Schot  pfeno  for.  instane boW tied for second  place behinc- the elated and,  "triumphant     Max     Cameron  team. v  At time of writing the  whole schoo: is organized for  the iFun Carnival which the  Students'" i Council sponsors,  yearly as \\& major fund-rais-'  ing activity.-The affair promises" to be "a real success if  one;can -judge from our enthusiastic [school and anticipate^ community support.  hears,"1  Us-  lent  can  me   some   money, i How,  rr can I get to i know him better,  .'without jbeirig suspected?  ���   ���.Deterrnined j      , r  ' Dear Determined: |��� "WJhy in  the  wbrld should   you   be  "suspeeuid!li of  anything   ex- ���  -cepHf being friendlyi? The boy  has! certainly   indicated   that  he likes | you. Wheri he|smiles  and| greets- you, stop and talk  to him for* ta "while. H , there  - . is ai party to which you cart-  invijtel him, I do * soi'The only  thing h^.can suspect is that  you1 like him- Thijs can only  result1 in his feeliijg flattered-  ���a desire to gfet to know  better. Ilf he passed .you  he halljwith his'nose high  ie a1r,.yqu*d have a. prob-  . Deu*''"^isgiisted: s��� By    all  meansf switch td the "voca-  tioial school: If your guidance  ��� counsellbis~in high; (school and  " your parents  agree and # you  feel" ypu aref unabje to do'bet��� |  ��� terj in regular high school stu-'  dies_^ou  should ��� make   the  - swinge. You will be "able to  use your time to much better  advantage and provide your-  1 self with skills for,a job-"when,  you,graduate."----   I-   . "-���  u  hc-  OWN OPINION*  The rather disgruntled  tel jguest wits paying his bill.  ''Here are some" -.views of  our] hotel, t<> take wjthyou,"  said the enterprising clerks  '������ "No, tharks," snapped the  departing | guest. -"I have my  own views of your, hotel.'  MELLON  GIBSONS  ^HROBBItTS C^EEK  W WILSON CREEK  ^ SECfiELT  ��� WfiEWIOON bay  '!        X '  * MAI)E1WI PARK  H       1     /:v*"*" I - r  *gabd|enbay  - ���  service" is the  Shirley's' life at  . She' plays the  ���emblies,. works  on committees for the school  pauer, the dance club, /and  th�� drama club.\She is *year-  book editor/ Whenever ithere  is a job to be done that re-  qu res more 'than average 'ab��  ility and devotion <  Perhaps Shirl' will  ualy Shlrl does!  University lis* Shirley's  mediate goal, although her  lor g-term ambition is to tra\  ve:. To further^ this ambition  sh< s writes -and receives long  letters from several penpals.  Since Shirley's family oper-1  ati! Haddock's Marine Service  at Madeira Park, part of her  in erest in travel may be ar-  , oused by her conversation  with tourists who visits lovely 'Pender Harobur.  Shiriey will take her Grade  10 pianoforte examination in  January which means practicing all through the Christ-  5'1?>V'iO'v *-.-*'  !'^"f7'i*j  i  ,mas  tau  -insione ana wieu   uyauivs aim    vnn. y.wnf. .����� j--���.        |       ������-* - ' j . .  ���  I  . i      '. . . '' i % ��� "���       I '   S  "Shirley I laddock  .-,/teen ol the week  vacation - period.. She  it piano f sr .three years,  "beiore school caught up with  me,T she-explains. She con-  ;fidep to, your reporter that  she mopes eventually to swing  to jazz and popular" She satisfies this urge at the mom-  mt by plunkirg; a banjo at a  pretty good clip/  salute Shirley Hadciock'  ;nder    Harbour's    first  /eek". We pre-.-  future   for   a  ,   living   proof  ^nation of coun-  a good home  produces   teenagers   that   an  entipe    community    can ��� be  proud of!        j  885-9654  :\. '.  . ���   ��� -  Seotelt Peninsul  Box 381 ���Sechelt,  '<��ZIg��M��Wm't  are interested in becoming a  for  the   Sechelt  phone or Write us stating your  If you  !  .Carrier  i  ; Times,  <��� ���     i  full name, address, date of  ��� ��*     ' .I  school ;rade. Carrier delivery will start  i i -  |in January.  rgxmswnremi wtww****"**"**"* mmmnummman Square Indian . . -:."  '"  ,  ^ (?) stoiy on how  lasojiatch came f o area  ��� By Bob- Donley  LOUIS SPOTTED LIVERwas a square. An Indian square.  .   .     The tribe of course, would not have recognized the'  term; nor would the recently arrived whites, who had arrived and were still arriving, in their sailing.vessels, because  the date -was circa  18����, 'AJD.i   ���* . ��� '  that-is.  These  sailing  vessels  . dark,, hairy coat, yet the'head  ^were bound for the Royal City, and face'seemed to be covered  and among their passengers with .a-hair of a different  were   -the,-- Royal   .Engineers,   /olour ��� a jflaming red.  sent out in His Majesty's ser-  /,.   -  vice to survey townsites in the*   MUST BE YETI  . new colony of British^ Colum-  ��� ��� oia.  . ��Louis was a kipper���two-  faced and no-.guts. And lazy  too. This laziness was actually  : what soured the rest of the  tribe. Some of the boys caught  fish... Others dug Clams. Still  others killed deer and game.  . All this contributed tq the communal kitchen of Jhe' little Indian, settlement- at Sechelt,  about forty miles up the coast  from the Royal City.  Louis Spotted Liver wanted  to be a Medicine Man. He felt  that his yearning for superior  .knowledge put .him in the favoured position  of' relieving  f him from the menial hunting  and fishing tasks of the village. . - -  Today, however, the' elders  : of the tribe decided that" Louis  ���must contribute at least one  day a week to supplying meat  for the-pot. This ultimatum had  been delivered to him firmly  and emphatically ��� no labour,*  -no "clams;        ��� -_-.*-  HEADS  FOR .CREEK  Louis   set   out Reluctantly"  along the beach in the.direction of the creek about-: "twO.-  miles south of Sechelt, He car-,  ���ried a. fish spear and a length"  - of .deer hide resembling a long  - ropel His intent was to acquire  *-. food in the easiest manner, and  to him the spawning salmon  in the creek represeted the  most easily tapped source,  Louis felt resentful and  frustrated. The tribe must be  made to realize his worth-They  needed someone t o dance  around them whemthey were  �� ill- to drive out the "demons.  After all, someone had to make  . them see that it was'not the  food, or lack of it that made  them ill, but the evil spirits."  - What else?  It was a cold raw day in late  fall. Louis shuffled along deep  " in-thought Hu hugged hls-deer  .   hide jacket -closer about his  ears. He was in thouble with  q the spirit world, he knew, and  - as he plodded along the. beach,  " every log, boulder and tree assumed a riguificant shape. He  ' spoke to each .one in turn and  formulated-" the*:, appropriate  ' answer. So deep was heen-  grossed in his meditation that  he -almost stumbled' into the  roaring creek.' He -recognized  ��� that the roar was from the  angry  spirits of the  salmon  king��who protected the fish  in the stream.      ;.   -..   -  Louis* eyesight was poor���a  1  fact that he had withheld-from  -��� the tribe-for.some time. As he.  peered intently, up the stream  he thought that he saw a moving object behind a large windfall log. it "seemed to be on- all  fours, looking into the stream.  It couldn't be" a bear- ��� it was  not quite large enough. ^Louis'  1 weak1 eyes watered with the  , effort: It 'seemed to have" a"  - This, moaned Louis to him-  * self must be Yeti, This was"  Sasquatch. He sank to his  knees in terror and babbled to  his tribal- Gods -to protect him.  He dared not run lest it would  .overtake' him an devour, him.  .His only salvation was~"-to kill  it. But how*"*^  ; -,His*furtiye eyes lit upon a  knobby branch of a tree laying  od the -ground. If he could hit  the Sasquatch on^the head,and.  stun it, he would be able to  scuttle off home with a head  start.   ' -      _  '' Timorously  he  hefted   the  club and sneaked up behind the-  log. It could net hear bim-be-  Cause'of the roar of the creek..'  The-monster seemed to beHft-,  ing water to" its face with its  paw. Louis struck out blindly  from  behind  with the  club.  There "was a sharp.crack as the  club hit bone.. The terrified  Louis sped for. home,  terror  lending wings to his feet.  ">     Louis' tale of the Sasquatch, -  1 the mythical giant, struck fear  into the hearts'of the staunch-  " est tribesmen.' The dreaded  Sasquatch must be. foraging  farther afield. Louis* adventure, though doubted,, still added to his stature and relieved  him- of further menial duties.  It was at least sux months be^'  -fore the "tribe summoned up  - sufficient -courage to venture"  near the creek for proof. When  they did investigate there were  _ the bones of ar very large, manlike creature^ and fur, obviously from a coat or pelt.'Mice,"  ravens and packrats had dispatched < most of the evidence.  The remains were gathered up  and buried in a deep hole and  -the place rendered'tabu for  many moons. ��� -r   *"  - -In an -office in the Royal  City, a very-clerical individual  in stiff- collar and cuffs re- .  marked to a.mustachioed offi- -���  - cer of military -bearing,  "sir, our next ship leaves for -  London soon and I am completing the final report on our-sur-  "  yeyors' field work. Do you wish -  me to include the current .list  of engineers and the sick- and  casualty list?"    - _;."'���  "Yes," mused the command-'  ing officer. "You might also  include Murphy on the miss-  ring list. I often wonder .what  ���-  happened to that big, foolish "  redheaded  Irishman.  He dis- -  appeared   a   year   ago   while  duck hunting in a small boat.  Drowned in a south-east gale,  I presume." '  NEW BUSINESS OPENS"  4  The Candy Box, a new bus-  - iness opened November 28 by  Anne Evans, handles good  candies, imported. chocolates,  smokes, and gift- items. Fresh -.  -supplies    of    chocolates    are   .  made up as required-for'the  ,"  .Candy Box by Grant's Chocolates.    ". - -       \    -  The Secherr Peninsula Times, Wed., Pet. 4, 1963 Pag# 13  Motion passed ... '. , ��� -  Sechelt councillors  ban shooting in-area  . - - "*-.'..  AS A result of a report-from G. A. Cooper, principal of  -' - Sechelt Elementary-School concerning firing-of shots  in the vicinity of the schooi during school hours, -Sechelt  councillors passed a motion banning the use of firearms"  Within  the   village. -         '��� : ���r-*   J AxsK?mpanyirLg the complaint vras^ a tetter .from Magistrate A. Johnson .pointing  out that discharge of lirearrri  in this case was illegal.under  sections 11 (2) of the Game  Act and 165 (la) cf the Criminal Code.  ��� ASK CONDEMNATION ACT.  } Sechelt and District Chamber of Commerce requested  passage of a building' con- -  dernnation act to enforce demolition of the old, unused  iruildings on the waterfront.  2n this regard a." letter'was  -read from Sechelt Lands Ltd.  -advising council of sale of  "xhis land to Sq^iarnish Valley"  Holdings- \  \. - ."  -APPLICATIONS IN  j Applications for ^additional  ���help in the municipal office"  were  considered.  This* posit-  _ CDR. KEN GRANT  .   . . .- killed ini air crash  Gibsons naval  officer killed  COMMANDER    Kenneth    E.  Grant,   who   was ��� killed" in  Montreal plane crash was the  snn   of Mrs.  E.   B.   Grant   of  Gibsons. . -  . -   Although "he was born and  went to school in Vancouver.  he spent all his summers in  the    family    summer    home,  which   is   now   his   mother's  permanent residence. He was  always "fond of the sea.  "He  obtained- his  B-A- from  U.B.C. in 1933,- and for a year  worked on the Sun newspa-  . per, before Joining the navy.  He wis in the first officer's  training     group     at     Royal  Roads,"  and   graduated   from  there in 1940.  Last'spring, he was in'command   of- the   9th   Canadian  Escort    Squadron."   then    was"  appointed    to    Hamilton    as  ' Command" Officer   Sea   Cadets. "   -    ���  - Besides his mother, a dignified   and   gracious   lady,   -he  leaves to mourn him his wife  'and one daughter in Hamilton,   and' three .-sisters���Mrs.  E. B. Matheson, Mrs. Tnomas  Beynbn    and    Mrs.    Thomas  Johnson. . /  PTA meeting .' - >    [  Elementary teachers  supervision thanked  PTA CONVENER, Mrs, Goeson,.reported a profit of $90.05  had been realized on" the rummage sale. She recommended a donation of $5 be made to the.hospital auxiliary,  along with a fetter thanking them for the use of the more  centrally located hospital cottgge. '      '".   A letter   from   Gordon   E. ���  :���"' ���~   Johnson,  district   superinten- * the junior secondary level. He  dent of schools, was read by - passed - out     mimeographed  president  Mrs.   T.  Lamb.-"in ���-  sheets -showing the proposed 4  which he asked the. members I changes in vocational and tech--  cosal to "hold the application  over ~��s lorugras we_cac hold  on to" >t as a public Ceat." _-  Arrangement* -are' to be  made to ."have the Christma.*  tree cp early.-  BuJdmg' permit .wit approved to remove an Old cot-  -_tage qn..t�� the property of  Lloyd Turner for the purpose  of storing ; furniture from Hr.z  Secielt.Inn.. .    '    -  Provisional' budget -to the;  end of-May. 10S4, in the amount-of $18,000. was approved  -* IS. J^"  Airport fgranfc of "$750  -*C\  .be.paid., "-j-:..-^-;. I" -   '   .  |-Nsxt meetings-Decvftrber 1.  will" be devoted to di$cc?s:cn  of amendments; to tha r��=cn-  ing bylaw.-.-....    - -     J  TOURISM^ DISCUSSED   '  "S. Dawe reported on    the  :".����  ion will p$y S250 a month far"-'meeting ^the; Greater Van-  fctii   *,>r>oJ ��-ir.t/��rrrt��r,t     anrt  . coover   r"xsser   vaj-ey     anc  full time"* employment and  $1.65 an hour for 14 hours a  .week, part time. .7 !-���-:.    '-���-"  1- Council decided .a1 male em*-  " ployee would be '~ Jhare suitable since he couii also be  'employed to do c^ual labor  , such as mowing grJis<t- filling  -' pot-holes. Tm not corivm-  'ced,** said Councillor S. Dawe,  ' as he registered a negative  :vote."  :    Village clerk T- Rajner-was  ' authorized  to interview ^nale  -applicants.      "  Lease of Porpoise Bay gov-  : eminent wharf- as a seaplane  float was discussed, and held  over. ' Councillor t*. Parker  pointed out the irnportaacc  cf this facility. 1 He related  orm Watson, would ~have  had _t6 be packed on -.i stretcher around to Schroeder's.to  board a plane for Vancouver  had the wharf not beer, available- He .agreed to the pro-  ajjey     and  Sunshine |C6ast. TouttsC Bureau   ��� he j attended"   in    Kew  "^Westrnitaster.: ! -.    ".  "The Fraser Valley is.very  interestedf in the tourist business," hef said.; *^ot only the  ��� Couacils J azsti ; ChaiAbars . of  Cotrm^erce, but a^so groups of  businessmen, ;��� are prontotins  '-twirisrn.** {; -     }���   ��  " ���  This   organization   s= ' rup-  ported. b^ a 10-cent per--csp-  ita   levy.f .Greater  y*nccuver  .-coatributes 75 percent of the-  " cost. Fraser Valley  12'e   per  : cent- and! Sunshine. Cksa&t 2**"  percent.; i Secheit   ccsntrfcutes  ; $5<3 for its SWiresidceiti  This year, this organiEstion  hopes-to raise $70,000 zmr. this  plus" a inatching - grant will  be put into advertising.    --*  He referred Council to an  article about this area in the.  -_ "Western. Homes and Living"  magazine- " Delegates.' attending "from  thfe area .'wtre  S.  Dawe and J-  To>-nbee  from-  Sechelt; L.    Larson ' and   R. '"  Murdoch- from Pender.  Councillor "W.  Swain poia- -  ' ted out other areas were richer than we are. - Two sug- .  gestions  for disscrnisatksn" of  tourist  information were  put"  forward:.     -.  .    (1)   To   cornpilei   tentslize  'and distribute tourist iaform-'  . ation from & booth.' ta    the  village; .   (2) -place  s;gns   in  stores     .Tourist     Infortnatioc;  Hex."    ;   -* *  Parker - reported   "that   the  new road "at the church wtil  r cost about S300.  Council indicated . favcur-  able feeling to a joint plan  proposed -to   run    Christmas  A  ���Xg'igtgtg'g'gg'glSg'g'gSg^^^  I; Chrtstmms  ���___  Special  T.V. PICTURE TUBES  ���2 year guaronee $42.50 installed  ���1 year guarantee $38.00 installed  DIETER'S /.  T.V. & Hi-Fi Sefvice  1538 Gower Point Rd., Gibsons - Phone 886-9384  GOVERNMENT CERTIFIED TECHNICIAN  w  i^Es^^'S'ft'i'*l7^'^'^'a^'fe?^'*  I  i  m  K  A  of the Sechelt--community to.  study .and consider the' possir'  bility of arvoeational school in-  Sechelt. He wished the people:  to make their wishes known*  thru their PTA's and- local-  ratepayer groups:     �����_ :  - Sechelt elementary teachers-  "were thanked on behalf of the-  ��� mothers of West Sechelt for  -supervising 'their- children between 8 "and 9 sun. "The-mo-'  thers should be extremely,  grateful to the teachers for this  supervision of their children,-  as the teachers are paid to  teach the children, not super- -  vise them," said Mrs. Beck.  *  - George Cooperi Sechelt ele-"  mentary principal, was asked  if it was the responsibility of."  the teachers to'supervise the  children in this case. He replied, "it is, a debatable ques-  -tion.** * - "j .  W.S. Potter" principal of Elphinstone Secondary school  spoke to the.parents regarding  - the changes in . curriculum. ,  brought about by the Chant ;  Royal Commission .report,".in  grades seven, eight and nine ���  the new math course, the introduction of French at the  grade, eight level, the retention  of grade_seven in- elementary  schools and other changes at   ^ugn/MMSixxx  nical stream at theiehicir see- r- U$Ss-Lf?��3-}^ one end of    the  ondary level which he had Just  received -from, the department:  of education." There followed a  question period.  It.was a reflection on the interest in "education'that there  were so few parents present  to hear this informative and  interesting -outline of the  future of education in our sec*  ondary schools.  village to the ot��er at a cost  of approximately SIS to eaci  business.  Children begin by asking  their parents questions. and  not realy listening to the answers; and they end by giving their "-parents*" answers  without'even listeniRg^io "the  questions. I    *  tif-fttftf* ftt/t-t f*t*t'frtfttttit#??-*tft#f4rw*1**irr***?*#f-*tf*i'*-0-*  .AMOW-4-#!  JAHI^^E. .SERVICE LTD,  *** Complete Buildmg: Maintetiance  -k Commercial ��� Industrial .  - ��� f  ** Employees Bonded���Liablity Insurance  Call S&5^5tf    J ;  FREE ESTIMATES        .  I  :.-* .v  ��� *��/: Poge 14 The Sccheltj Peninsula Times, Wed., D?c.  ���r   J  fiques, UN ; . .  B��B  Se@eis  4,19e3  *\  obd*' show  ��� I,        I- * . ����� ,  ' .-'  *.- NEW ADDITIONS to Gibsons Third .Annual Hobby Show. nW space.  this year were ah antique and United .Nations sectipn.  -"*       jOrganizer and tspark? plug of.'the fentune1 show,/Mrs.,  t Wnru W/ Duncarji says "the quality of arts and ciafts ,thjs  year-was slightlyjjhigner-thau    ������t-���c-1������'���-*- ���-���-  last year, but. attendance wa&   cellVcar Club;  down ^ due tb_-\the ^ssassina-       United     nationls  Ition ^of  President; Kermedy.~( j^ R, Grant," Mia '  J All. proceeds- of the show) Mrs.' M. "Usher, Mrs.  dma* Cptce: {-  is jeno7aied8  r BY WAY'of marking 16 years  ,��. -of service to the" community  ., of- "Selma /Park, money has  been -spent. o*4renovating the  ; interior of thi Centre, / -  ''-"-i The storagi "cupboard shelves-were5 redesigned .to make, *  ���r+^>^m*x&)*&rif^p&tu*t$pefrr  *H_-fr*    ��gj.     ^  V  Used by crJIW.  It^^e^diiigijiferaiy  \?  oiisd  FOR" THE,past six yeaVs a .free iending,Horary has "been  sponsored ,hy Selrna Park1 convmunity "centre, for the  The * hall- floor *- "s<! of all residents  ,V  nJ.  |- went. "to x .Arbutus  "Rebekah k .afe, Mrs.  Adams.  y^LodgeIfo. 76;-    -.  ; .'   ,- . J, -. Lac/   -cloth,   "ttitit,  |J   The:-judges   Maurice tElls i /Grant#- second,  /and Mrs. ^John Gerhard* had ~yside; third, Mrs.-.  (a difficult time due to��� the ^ciaL/ Mrs. - Grant,  high calibre of the exhibibts. -t ~CutJjJwork,- firi%  T--  special,  3. <3ranV  M. Hut-  ^as been sahded, and. refin- ���      .Waiter-Waddell, err originate membef of the'centre,  shed   in "-a " golden~-b,rown   was the vol^6feerxtistoclian\ foe "five years. Nqw Mrst W,  -shade -of *". scMfr proof - surfac-   ^ Sheridan is' the. Volunteer v��� f���~��� ���'  'fe*^^^*^^*^ -'custodian, with.her dau'ghters ' St-the Center since inception ���  ^"tJ^^rL^inri SwP*��La"^i, *��<* p<?rine Li*'te' as   **\Mt.' U you arecurious  on the\shelves..  Begg;  second,   $ rs.  Mrs.  7  Begg; spe  The kitihen-wails "have   >w> until" four each  lso*   beeh^Te-painted,    and   .^g^g^ ubrary-Com-'   I^TheNprize*' by I, Wallace;  mission,  Vietoria^rovides  &    fiction s%r^ of six winners of  at ^fjoor* i$  to .be ' re-done  -Shortly  >h WWt^*     rA"harurini   cunbWrd   has  -boat0*100 books uTSeptember,     the -NobelNPrize has been do^  ��� _. white-   .j A   banging cupboard,  has   ,which <is repiaced-in January    nated. recently.  The  box-, of  Mrs.*. E.  Mrs.. Duncan wishes .to thank   jsegg;  iMt*t and Mrs. Mel"-Usher���and * borne,  Lionel   Singfehurst��� for- their   v. Stamp-  coUeetibn,  mvalusible^ assistance;  and to  *M.b'VeaIe.* '-    -  f*  all the exhibitors. "I feel this. \   Candles,! specif 1��  Peninsula^ abounds ^ in    a"  iY^blonski.1-      XJr  great'source of untapped -{tap- j    photo"  lent,  Ii would like to reach    Grigg.| "   F  "    ", ,    "   'smart,   brighk room   can   be _   them; and invite them to take >    shell - collection' s *ecial,  C*.-  seen from'tlie-jatiain. hal|-^^    School Year' Book'1958," and a    earn your bread, but to"  part  in  this  community  eK= -Bedford.  ������---,     -'- ~~* The * cribbige" clubl   which '>sm>rt resume of the, activities   .every mouthfut sweeter.  fprt,n says -Mrs. .Duncan^ ������ >        PiUowslips,   firjt,   Mrs/ E.    has been act|ve for some sev-1 _,  Photography,   ?pe<!iai,   Ray    grear^ yellow  The foUowlng/lsThe list of BeW;+  winne*cs as submitted,^    ^   _   'borne.  Spuming' wheel, special,' ^^  Norman . Burton,        ^     ,' - .���   hurst;  second,  & ^^?,fcSS?fJ?l,S; byTanother selection for the books fromVVictofia include  _rary room, riaking for.easier^ ^    four ~.m0ntas.    Many , "Am I-too Lbud?" by Gerald  access to the shelves of books, botks have'been'.donated to Moore, an autobiography gjy-  The cusodiajti, Mrs - Sheridan the Centet] & altogether, there'. mS"an insfeht. into, the/art/of  ..,               ,......._     j-  -  choice' from  some - five accompanying   stagers ,and  -special,  .4 ��te shad.�� of green./The huildred,   books,   -hon-fiction; Sk^3^^ES%l��  -^nto^and end wail haye- rfldi      & whotflun-its. Thre�� K/nreM^fggjPli%n Trans  been   hung, with   a   striped bocks rwnich shWld .interest Canada Matmee C.B.C,  material  m  shades  of. dark ~        ~   "  L  J ��   j   r     POCKS   wnicn   snoma -inieresi -    \   , -  Sha<rs J? - 7^ ' newcomers to Sehna pa*k, are   - __       7^     T      -.   i  /and white. This    ��nw Gibsons Landing Story';    . P��� primary-purpose^of ed-,  Mjrs.  U  -!  -  - i   f  Smockin'g, special, /Mary1 B.  Gatjson; ,-^jX-'"- '-"  _  Braided ^rug," special, Mrs.-  V: W.-i>uke.a i,   -,    -* *  . Hooked ,�� rug," "first,__F^or-i-  ence." Sfrachan;  second," May  LongtonL third, -Florence "Stra-  chani  Mrs^ Small.,  i Fastel$, 'special!  l&rs/Kemp. ���   ^  Rock  Jejvvfelry,  Davey^  ynson.  ecor  A.- Os-'  en. yea  againthis seison." Just recent-  Jspecial'LijQnk Single-* k a one time ^player, Harry  first, Verdi Sichheiderr * Steed, of'Gibsons, was here.  second! "Mrs, -E. liavey; third, for a visit, *nd said he does  "**���   *"*���" -      _ miss thoser f >rtnightly" games.  Id.- Veale, This Fall, oh alternate  Sat-  '    '   " jurdays | to_   he-cribbage,   a  ihjst, Harry newly formed bridge club has :  second* Mrs. June Al- - b^n  P^ayinf.  Anyone, inters ,  -���*���" ested in eitler^game, should  Woodj carvings,  , ��thertriigs,  'firsC-'/Verda   ^DrS^f'Cl,^  Stoider,^ secon^Mrs/June   i^SSTT'*^  special, He--  "telephone   tlie   secretary^ of  Stewart,- ,"'���./   "-      - - (  ;Quilte, *irstj AAufiis. -Reh- f Bu^, Second,' Mts.  ekah, Lod^ge-Wbi~76; second, h X -   rTt^  nt  Arbjitus Rebekah Lodge/No.  ,the "Centre, ^ton OrchaTd,  MisV.B. -^ITS,  [  ��� ,   , - -\-   i  If- you  an;   the   energetic,  -Needlework,--- first : .VidaXr xestiessl  type���"a   ping   pong  i.-^;. >j.A_,   -,ji.>_   g   Begg 'table   and   equipment   is   in>  i_L-   i- ! ^theihalL" *  f  4  76; sthird, ���*. Arbutus^ Rebekah  - Lodge Np.--76. ^ ,i .- - 1  - .'Antiques; special, Mrs.-Fred  Cruice..,-,'   1     ' ���).���--.  >, "Car/display "special, Chan- f all the  t ���*-.:  -.Good Jbreeding lis  ity -which ^enablej? ,a  suTin  while  'service.  that qual-   i   ACmony hakr one-.advantage,  person to r\A\husband 'no longer haS to i  )*eli-mahher6d silence    bring his pay check home to  some  iotdn-outh'   gets    his/wife-rrhe can  mail it to  ffcflirvir,*��      r -. ! harl'    4        r  wmmmmt^MramtrmxfflMBmimiim m wmmtm  '���-' .1  $  herf  just as popular  tmNKYOUx.,  For your mo,  warm hearh  -<r{  ing\owi exp  location too  '���7'.  '///////////////////  ]  >Tf  ri  :x  1  % generous and  support durl  ion and <re  new premises  xWe MUl.continue  in�� our  jpolicy ofv iriiitiing you courteous, friemlly i service ami  the finest in fresh meats,  t groceries an% produce* '*&*  "& r/.:i^  wr B-  '���"**��   "s  "  ^.*-r:-y.*  rfr-..  jj/t.  mm  *  ���'.  *  -   ;  *  ."  cording- to Gordon Johnson,  -is--high school the place to  teachy-specific trades? Do we  /want"' practical courses comparable* "to general program,'  in with"our-"academic course-  es? If so, what .would be' successful fields to start? Possibly-'   general    automotive    for  M  J     \  I -  Ey_ representatives . \ ��� -',.."������__  Three new trustees[  i ^** - ��� r  elected in Sechelt  THREE new trustees were elected at a meeting of represen-  tartves-^held in Schlt. John, Horvath, Roberts Creek,  Mrs. CeHa Fisher/Gibsons rural/and Mrs. Leslie Jackson,  . *[' Davis Bay were, elected for two-year terms. -4 .  '."   Referendum  set for .Satur- ; :   /, day, January 25,. was discus-  I -* sad at length.  "This is what  you. are-going to vote on. This  " is the considered -program of  ". the board and passed by or-  . der-in-counciL This canhot-be  .   changed,"  -   stated-     Gordon  Johnson,    -District     superin-  tendent.of schools.  It was explained costs of all  -buildings  is .sef>by the  de-. boys,-commercial for girls?"  Horvath - pointed out industry seldom considers any-,  thing less than' a grade 10  standing. Chris Johnson advised automotive'- and heavy,  duty ."machinery courses are  over-subscribed, with long  waiting . lists, while other  coursesS-pipefitters and construction, as ' examples, vwere  undersubscribed.        - -  -   "MrsT J3all wondered if-vbc=  "ational"*'schools  Were-'an  attempt on the part Of industry  to   circumvem;   responsibility,  ami if such- courses superceded    apprenticeship.    Horvath  felt these courses"Jed to op^  portunityr Macklam**- believed  they .allowed- more   children-  the chance to qualify- ,       *-  Gordon'- Johnson   was" surprised to hear about the re-  Don   Macklam   maintained-' cent   news.- item   concerning  .' vocational courses are one of -construction of->a   vocational  . ,the crying needs of industry,    school" at Powell River,  and  "All  industry is insisting on,-/ stated he had a date with the  higher   education.   Tradesmen"���Powell' "River   mill   manager  of yesterday, are not-going to- next week to" plumb the in-  be good enough for the work  tomorrow. This board pushes  IA in our schools to keep students  in   school" as   long   as  ��� possible," he said -v   -  \  The   baric  question  is,-ac-  \  --J  partment. The/price is arrived at on/estimated costs  of  building a = particular typ% of-  facility rin every part of= the  province.^ The      department  have -, expandable   plans - all-  prepared which school boards  may use at a cost'.of .six percent of, the cost.  The merits of' LA. and --H.  .. E.   programs   were   debated.  . Gordon Johnson sawno-rea^  son why given the right teacher, pupils- at" Pender Har-  - bour would get as good uW  ' struction" as any other' area,  a "The difficuity at P.H. will be  * getting a' good-teacher who  can give one-quarter-.pr one-  .third  time to other ' related  subjects. Wejuid such a'teacher lined up last year, "but  someone wouldn't let the.ref  erenduni pass," he said  -the Powell River milf at.an,"  .-he said '   "��� - '.  He went oh to explain the  -difference between vocational  -and   occupational * programs.  " Vocational,   schools     require  . grade  10  standing, but- have"  " such   long* waiting   lists -the  batter qualified receive prec-  .edence.     whiles,, occupaional  courses are -terminal ��� ,and, are  for   slow   learners   and   low  achievers, who   cannot   pass  - grade, seven.-  GIBSONS ' ELEMENTARY .'  Board~was asked 3 it had  considered building an ��entirely; new unit for Gibsons  elementary and using the pre-  sani building for' administra-.  tioa. Then you would have  choice of property anywhere,  instead of being -restricted,"  stated-Mrs. Liste. "- i  "**" Harvey felt the old elementary-building would be far in-  excess-, of space required for  - administration. Gordon Johnson-     felt    -his '   department  # wouldn't share costs of; any  *-ptan as long as usable ipace  Vvvere available-     " \   ���   -  SECHELT  SITE���5104J03   ���  ���   Board was askedgwhat' purpose  they  had  in* mind   for  this - site * in"" Sechelt  Harvey  explained the board had; been  lax in. acquiring -future:sites,  and referred "to .the  trouble  being -exeprienced in Vancouver in-this line.  '"In five or  '10'years we* might need a site"  "and have to p3y-$5Q,Q0Q for it^  Jit's, good business to acquire-r  sites, especially in. -this area,"*'  has^i      ... -  - Mrs.' iT/ae   explained  .Sechelt  had. three  alternatives: '  Davis   Bay. .and   Trail   Bay  schools   are 'expandaSte?; and  the board' already owns two-  acres   in "West 'Sechelt.   '"It  doesn't -cost "us   anything  to .  have the money there,** ^aid *  terest.   Gordon   Johnson " felt - Leo Johnson^ "We have^ two *  the   mill - preferred  to   train  ,or three tracts available* .but  their" own "men.  "They have    we   can't-" negotiate   without  an" academics-tradition -there,  and there is not'-good liason  between the school board and  The Sechelt Peninsula Timet, Wed., Dec. 4,1963 Page 15  sBSJisy  "Tyee" Brand Bait Herring  ��� ;    -v.-.1 -  C   -������..���������  ;    VPhone 885-2012 '    '      _    ..  Frank Parker, ~ SECHELT ��� Non-nanWatson  yt*nmmmnuntutim*��m&mikmaMmtmmmm��mma*i��(Utm*mn*un��ntm**itmiuumii�� *�� ���������,������;  tINfcLEY'S'HI-HEAT.  SALES AND SERVICE  FOR ALL YOUR HEATING REQUIREMENTS  Choice of 4011 "Companies  FINANCE PLANS  /WARM AIR OR HOT WATER HEATiNGv  C.E.(CAL)T!NGLEY  Box 417 Sechelt  Phone 885-9636  .. 885-9332   ,.,���������,--      lULJJUiiiiinri ���' '"*"'  yaso  z -      :   \  wvwwwwww*  ' money. We're not going to= be  "caught in the bind, this-time.  I -don't want - to hear^ any  more cf this argument/*. ���  -It was pointed out the referendum- reads"- three 'years',  ' vet the board is talking- in  * terms of 10 years. "Must pus  . money be " spent "within, the  three vears?" enquired Alec  King, "and does it have to be  spent for" the specified purpose?" . J ... ,  Gordon "Johnson explained  the ^department likes to ha*e  the-money: spent. "They dont  like tcThave it. lying fTP^^  The-purpose can be changed,  but" only by -the proper process of law." It was learned  the board have $3400. from  1951 for Gambler ' Island  school, plus - approximately  $10,000, saving on buildings  -in the iast referendum. Mrs.  R. Maxwell felt Gambier  would be opposed to this  money behig - spent for any  other purpose. .Mrs. Bali, explained if - circumstances  shculd" warrant need for a  school at Gambier.the board,  had at their disposal emergency building funds to $50,-  000.                                '    '  "If all parts of the .district  rote this money." how can one  * part "prevent spending of .a  certain portion of it?" enquired   Chris " Johnson.   Meeting  . recommended with..Mrs. Wa-1  ddell   expressing   reservations  on the  $10,000   item, for Sechelt and Urs- Liste absiaih-  . ing from voting.  Mrs. Charlotte Jackson, is  compiling* infermation " for  distribution;r"to householders."  A poster contest is to be held  in the secondary schools for  a poster to be identified with  the referendum. Meetings  will "Se called in all areas, and  board members wil Ibe avail-*  able to attend any meeting  on request  "Celia Fiaher scored tEe. attitude that Gibsons alone was"  responsible for .the defeat of  the April referendum. She  pointed out six. other areas  had failed to.cast a.majority  ' vote. "The attiude seejris to  be, even if we didn't, approve.  -we didn't have the right to  vote against it** she said. Bill  Malcolm - felt _ anybody who  had the best interests of the  children at -heart . could not  vote against it.  OEFERS OF SALE  Celia Fisher presented a  suggestion from the critics of  the referendum to eliminate  speculation on" the part of  property" owners and real. estate agents, the board should  establish the.policy of ad%-er-  - tising'"for' offers  of  sale,   to  place .landowners   into   competition.    Harvey    felt     this  would be^a good idea.   "  Mrsv- Waddell   brought   up  -the-/matter-jof attendance of  representatives as spectators  at 'board meetings. "Board  adepts the attitude represent-  atiyes should stay, away from  board*"��� meetings. I ,feel the"  board" "does not want the representatives to know what is.  going" on,** she accused. tThe  board" could make more use  of-representatives to good sd-  -vantage. It is. necessary for  us to" attend if -we are to  maintain . the continuity - of  board meetings���and" aL^ times  like this we are expected to  show gre3t enthusiasm.'*  "You must have faith in  your trustees," said Spicer.  They are elected by the representatives .and the board is  not required by law to notify  "represenatives of, meetings.  Gordon Johnson felt interest  of representatives could - ba  good, and it "could be,bad. "I  am    recommending   -to'    the  " board a ,tirne be" set aside at  these meetirigs for". representatives  to be  recognized.. But  " rd hate* to see ii representatives at a meeting." he stated.        '  .  Harvey,    suggested     board  should    remind"    representa*  fives of regular board meetings the s&me way as trustees:  are reminded-    .  Payment by the board" of a  . speeding fine., .for mairien-  ���ance - superintendent Harry  Chaster wss quastioned by  Mrs. Lister "Such a fine can--  not be paid by the board under _ the ' amendments to the  act" she said Spicer. explain  ed Chaster was 'speeding because of a -Tirefin Lacgdaie  school, "*! don't know what"  the t ��ct says." ' he claimed,  "and -1 don't know whether  this Che -was paid by the  board cr not. but if "it wasn't  it should have been."      ���  It'is- better whistle past '.he  graveyard" "th an to shut * one's  eyes' and   scream.- -  TWILIGHT  /THEATRE  GIBSOHS  FRi. end SAT.  NIGHTS  ct 7:30 pmend 9:30_pm  ALL OTHER NIGHTS  L       ert 8:00 pm  Every Tuesday  two :admitteo for  the price of one  \ Tues. - Wed., Decfc 5-6 |  * ICADoirtkn'-TMfOufis    \.  * - -   Jattet Letfli - Erntst   _    *  ��    "- Borfaiee ".   J.  I  THE VIKINGS--  :  J      C'w^rasc^pe.- Co"cv.-r       t  y    Morifiee 2*30 p.rru     -  .    Saturday; Dec. 7th    *  f   PRINCEVALfANT  "       ���   T.Grar��^rxope  J Cciawr���    -  S��t.-Mofl,(.Dcc;7gt9th  Freak Staetrs - Dcen Mortin  Sammr 0��v�� Jr.^Pt*tr l&*rfcr4  Angle Okkeai^l  -   OCEAN'S ELEVEN:  - - Technicolor  T��es.-Wed? Dec. 10 &T1  f3ix*!��*fc Tffjl��r-Oa��a Aadrewt  "Pett* Ffftth  ELEPHANT WALK  TeChnies-'or  Thurs--Fri.; Dec, 12 & 13  Mcrtssa'BnsB.io - Patricw OW��a  - %e4 B��tf����*j5 M��*k�� Taka.  Rlcar^* Meete&����  SAYONARA  '   Orcms end Lav* ��r��  MooVn Japcn,  FOR FURTHER   *  INF0RMAT10NJCALL  ���As* :'fi?  ���'-'-C-t  ft-/.*-*  %  i   :  ���^--fr-r  $  i.'.'ja'rf  ���1  its-  KV  ft  Sheerest best wishes t&. . .  The  ECHELT rENINSULA  from the merchants of the ...  /  (GIBSONS, B.C.)  .**  ('if  -    ��Sr  ��r..�� .-..-I   ���<. s. : t-j-.- ���',fr���'.",***���'��� ������'��� ���-���'*V;.'-4 ���*�� ���'<.', ���".��� vi,;.'.-?���: rL.'., .."������*���.**���" "��� *.:-.--/*?...'..*��� :-;  1 :  tea  m '���  bled by her daughter and  sdh-inyaw, who* is^tioned tt r��L ��� /r-W�� r  y-Scotlind _I,-L* M ' ;-' SS Comox, GeprgetGi  - Mrs. - M. - Livesey1 was  irf " shirt and with arms all  cfiajrge. of the *lurj^lmimbe?5   ,**  oil 4 large e-Ske/j which /had    '  J7��  sohkk-a- new resident- ot��� Sel-,    -^  =, 2 ���       a    -,; - , r.  -r   f  O,  th*  in  iislmas  hjeld at S^ldria  .SEEMA ^Park"   Community  O mire �� Held   the It annual  Cb r stmas tea - Friday J, "  Tiie door   prize -ot three  teiry dish  towels jWas  won  by Mark-^Sladey, son t of Mr.,  aft i "Mrs. O/Sladty, Madeira-  "Parte. "\   M ]-     t .     ,,     >X~X  -feu* 'ladies,' who ^comfened -~0-t"XU  thj tear^were' pleased/to wel-v  co n ed Mrs. * T. Ritchie,. Sr.r  M***, S, Henderson/ ana Mrs.  M   Forbes from Wilson Creek.  Ft on Sechelt had^eome*visn> ..  or5 Mrs.} J.Maytei Mrs.) T.  Lamb,   also j Mr. I  and*- Mrs.  "rterbie" JKydd   Mrs//Hunt-   '  jhibfon,    who    hils r recently  m��ved~to ;West sSchelt, came  to  the  tea with Iter >sjstet,  Mrs, L. CampbelL \-    \  ~    Keith,/ BelJevue,  Tkihington,  came,  with/her -  cousin, Mrs. BrDtpal.  JTlie'', members. missed -Mrs,   *  E.| E*. Biggs,i,?who|'is-recover-'  ing frenv an 4njured ��,ankle, ^  -jarid' fa .staying with her'daii-^  ,'ghW, Mrs. Kenneth Pearson*  Will son  Creek.. -Another < resi-  *.de!nfc)>f Selma-fiark,* who was  massed -at the tea, Jwss Mrs. *  Bptt Sim, Js^ecuperating in  Si Paul's Hospital., j.X,/ -  T> YtMr hall,, was/ Ij-eautifitfty,  - ddcjrated with'Christmas mo-   ^w^, ,._ ..   _  Getrge' iBatchelor r .was -in.  . clfa cm -of" the'door prize, end  IMway throughj^thejafter-  n,j .was  the  recipient" of___,_  fipiirers ond best] wishes for  ttrihday. They had cbeen   *Sf, ANDREWfS Pr^by-fenOn Church Unow St.'Mdr'ew's-,  Wesley) oicnic  ., ji g^e��. CKataMfr offibe:  ^Beisbber 14t>,wheh the name     -*^����1*��w*"����*#*'i��<��'~   1-^��.��������(ww��  ^wjijijbe , announced   in   the^        -��� -,      ,.    , - j. . ,   . ��  1 ^||; AXMmh, JMrT^ns.- JtU ;T&6|eCted:  a��drMrs,*P, idark were ) ��,,i.   -j-  -"^  iy^fe.%h?']Sewirk ''^^.^..;^^^^^\^S^ ChQt1)  * befof Commerce vos elected >y;.accfarriOrJori  - They are^PreslJerit, E." F. Chborne/fyice-presfdeni, E/  - i ne   i  . ^nl-jnovelty'iJable! was looked after by Mss.M: B."Gray  ���- Tf^f^-Y* ^^kL^jtr'_*    W,^^Bc^mVfreasurer/l^teVJaniewick; executive colnmltfee^  1 ���fi*S0l2?5i^B^^VSSS DuffyfApcISS   B^'CJteit^-K Com-:  a-sa dome .the, cake .plates.^     Daye iiUey, m Carter, Capt   m?rce'     .    t   ������  1/fcsU W. fc* Sheridan was^^^^Tp,^. 'Sftft��      Also .to easi the, tnUfic con  *"' *' 1 S^ "i^an^m F6^,,1?3*   who1 was .asked! to be' rel ieved  'gestion problem, esp�� teially atT  {fcfJ^rl J��S^P*- J5��. - 5 th^SrykiF JSt/S*'. ferry ti^^BC ?o�� HfghV  &eijh  and-.Mrs, >C.   Fc^r ^/^^^ iintil-this posi-? way  and. Bridges-Authority  S^fSKJH^ 1<K>!?lllg *** ^Stt wh? f��ed. .-  1         .: was masted to ha- e trucks  ei the -tea tab&s.-  /_,��    *   , ***1-        \  -H   -  -  t":  * and buses,, which un bad  j Altogether it.ivas successful.   BB6AKWATER   "*"'t*"J"--���  -���-- - -1    ���  -fv��rit;'-wjth .the relaxed at< -    T >./ .-.���  3?*  *   t'  C,f*'  f ���-  /^ -  !JSfiSS�� I?4!.,^ "^ : ^Obstruction!lo traffic  Kshing a hate&eryJ:^ this area! to stock]'local lakes, with  iemetit is' taking-on a ".�� /w��ucwmt*�� trainc paus- eut^oat trout, TheV-commit-  S" Bob 3 Jhhn ^ *^ s^Werr movmg, leavy- teeTL mfla S  n^Ktfoto ����\��I*t������ .,�� u�� vehicles .was discussac. A re--^ ��X*T^S��. I ��ZZZ��rXlL**wt3����,  I * fettw *SS3fc��B-2t '��>*ftmendation to'W/ M. Un- 1 *&m #e, / government-biolog-  *��^Sg*iiBSf^5"'"AS* .^rwood,  district suteridten-   ^  1 . / ,-      ,.  |g  AX4rif��L2S5j��rt ^*n*�� to P"*^*^ turttou^at-    A b^ campaigh for a h  Uiihts. A ^reat,,improvement,   inf-Araio.tk femn+o+r, t��mw  m,uia  new  CHRIS'  ' jSechelttS  ee  stem  s; union |ocalJ801 ,hetd it�� "way Is of standard width and" *5ffoifI aceom-  DIUHER    /  No. ,45 employ  erwood pQinted.out tlte  anlnual -Chrfstmas /���dinner- <m   his'dep^lrtmghfc would not ex-  Stnday /afterorxW- it^Ole's-^pead" funds    for    tUnouts.r , ,       ,  Ccve. Presidenrjif ~me local,   John* Toynbee' requfsted   a   / Persons with any  Bcyi'rBMke (of Gowdr-Point,   survey at the eatire jituation y<^racter-^carryf lik  and1 trehsurer W. .rruhcan ar-   a* an eariy.date. 'It  srai de- Ziheh<atmosphere" ilong  rahgecf the plea^in^ jtt*fair^   '    cidedr to Request suppo|rt^frqm/ them in their/ orbj  "*    r    ��  . i        ^ ->  *-��  TER- ��IS(*1J��SED pull to one side to permit fOr-  j. it         *   ��� m-i   <*,   -^ .       Jack'   Davii  'reautsted    a ^ traffic' to leave first. Xr  4s6here^of a. friendly chat   r^Jff*   **^TiUf5S��, +~   Jw�� '                   ll  "          - *    '  ,��ts *feo *4*ui '/��f��flr, -   y    -        brief on the jbreakwsitei. He BOAT  r requires informafion 0*1 how v,   * >< ~��   > >          j. ^ ^  efWSirOJU^gmOne"   vess& wouldljuse this facil- [Sn^Pdrk    at^Rolerts  t j.  *     �������������.    r-v "   ity,-   and' what' the^amual *��*^ne    rari^ at   ttonerts  , by Jean ^ *    ^    ^"J /thel-ca?ci f ^ S SfeJ^^^^kni  w  >AND- MRS.: Leonard .be.  How- maBy smaEl  boats - }*%**!�� ^Sw^^/^  ^veyj.nnee   Willuuns,   are,- would use tne\ shelter, .arid for Sni 1��SS- iP^"  r^proW parents of .baby   what pttrpos^ What   ^ould "^^^S^Si,����?^lw'  Etfzabeth -Colleen,   born. _ be^the esthnaW amiuaUin- ' f^^JSSrf^v^S? 2S]  t/ Mary's Hospital      '-*- comVfrom sal^of fuel food, $** S^A^S^  fe��A^��^v *��~~*JL*X         , ��te. to these, What oilier com- ��� g*1 doI1fs w AVruNM�� an^  POORLY ATTENDED, \-     ���   J mlfel mas rXouldI Ik   nrac- tias   .^��uV^   to-  , mumai  Sgmont meeting of electors   S-        ? T   f         *^    �� grounds. E..F. Cooke stat  3S fe    poorly si attended   this;../;/-. -   .�� Li J ",-J.i... -. <-"-. -���* concrete ramps do not last  <>el4-and no special decisions-    XS^B ;?aid?MS ^a?i ^�� ^ waterfront Heieltrai  or- 'complaints 'were   made.   Q*ak3e t *-** *Jr a ^J^S* blasted out of rock would/ be  John-West was re-elected as* f* Sechelt-and suggettett tiie ^asible but the ccst weuld  rehiisentative.,   \   '     \       *     ^he^'be^i'Sed *T   and Jte.��PoWwtive-*  TEA HELD            . " -.      - , .dredged to foxm'a'maiiniuand ^Xt ^L���zS^*2!f ,���!*�� ^n^  Ptea was held byrthe lad- - a r^g^fmhil storms. He al- Y$ * SmS^wouM   piv&  tei'-^f Jthe Egmoht "f)ommun- -�� outlined the new fyfe.of ffhS^icS ikefflTS  ifa[;���ldb under the convener-- n pontoon .�� breakwater *. Ijeing SJt'^S?^ IIletrd ��\  ship of Mrs.' James .Wallace,   considered   fpi   LunL^ The ����f J*���^        1   /      "  J  H elr.faU, bazaar jznd- dance'   breakwater - tommittee    was AM. James reported on a  if is hefld Nov. 40. - -      -    ' ~ _ delegated "to" tprepare tii r in- meeting with- the, g:ime offic-.  ninP/JMAHAGERs'   ^      "/formatiortrequested MDav- ^for, ^P^ose^estab-.  intervals,to facilitate passing: ^"Jf store at Sechelt ?will be  will- be investsgated^by the Sotten^undertv-ay/ by > jojnt  Highways   department - Und-  commlttee in  ugh'-  concerted .* and * /  Itaneous  brief.  pjanets,  A neV, complete jenrice fM/Peninsula  residents. Now you can.nasrolyotir  :X -   ��� "-  {���'/--'. ,s,   ���  travel itinerpiy profesionolly,.planned  .1.      ----- -/,/- .   .-  and arranged with expert- care/Clip.  1 '*���    *'      i *   *  "        . *' '  and moil thexoupon below for details.  '   .   .    '  !-  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD. o  Box 1 SSiSechefti B.C. ��� Phono 885-2161  ' i*    "    ^.^ ��� -JL���--  RENAME l^J.  J  ADE^ESS ^  Countries I am Interested in Vfsitihg  L  and #out^ desi  1 red ���,������   -T'i  r  -,'<'

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