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I,ha.vl MKWli   \.*__^?'Jrth^.>��� a��d to  members of tlie National Pen"  sionprs',   and^ Senior ��Citizens  the House of' Commons _ and  elsewhere, ;that I .believe'tfae  'old "age pension should be in-u  creased to $t00.,. the,,increase  to be paid out of ��� the 'monies,  which will shortly.'be"(wlledr,  Federation that the New Dem*  ocratic Party is pledged to;   .*  It An Old Age Security pen-  ed by way of contributions^ to" sion of $100 ja month payable  the Canada Pension ��lan.<I do at ��ge 65* / ���,,��*''  not have" tof tell' you tl*at~ the 27Bringing nursing home care  latter flan will in no way hen- and ambulance under ihe pro*-  efit any ot our senior citizens .visions of hospital insurance,  but sufficient monies from this * 3] pjnoviding free hospital,  fund*,could be used to 'increase 7/medical* and other health ser-  the old' age pension. , * T vices to all senior citizens in-  Old Ape prnisioners with an    eluding" the' cost of drugs.  ���increase fronf some, other sour* s 4, ^ncrea^se federal grants in  ce, howeyer, small, find them- order, to.provide adequate bous-  selves taxable under the Fed-    ing for all senior citizens.  eral Income Tax Act' They  must also pay, municipal taxes  if they own and are trying to  maintain their 'own home. I  have said that municipal taxes  should be allowed as a deduction* from such taxable income,  and this would improve the lot  of a considerable number of  old age pensioners.  Thank you for giving me the  opportunity to give you my  views on this matter which  affects so many of our senior  citizens.  Yours sincerely,  J. Diefenbaker  LIBERAL  The Prime Minister has asked me to thank you for your  letter of September 8th, on behalf of tbe British Columbia  Old Age Pensioners* Organisation, suggesting that the Old  Age Pension be increased at  this time.  Mr. Pearson wishes me to assure you of the Government's  deep interest in improving the  well-being of senior citizens.  To this end, the Government  has increased the Old Age Security from S65 to $75 a month  and has introduced provisions  which will relate the pension  in years/ahead to change in  ��� the cost of living. The Government is also developing, in cooperation with  the   provinces,  ��� tier Canute  which wilt  ��-.*,._- -  7 s  New by-law . , ��  More control sought  governing home area  APPLICATION for a building permit for the constroc-  iitfu%OjEiBie: io a- sudden end   >  with^titeSeer '"shortage vand to'  the tet^oi KCMP no changes  have "h&jk*' necessary since   - -  ���Gibsons ^detachment   report v  1 three cbjorg^^-ast week of driving'\��ithont^ue * care and at* >  tentlon  restdtittg   in  fines  of/  diristopher Anthony Lee d, *  Vancouver was charged* follow-  i<*  v ( '  ) i  jiK,t\iiKjv< ior a inuiaing permit ior ine consixuc-    .       _ ��   ...n^\j. _,K!lA ,.   ^   '  on of a small pre-fabriSaled single dwelling With 7��g^n mcident^m which his,  ��r area of 624 square feet, posed a problem .for Gib-   aufo fat a ^^ *rou��& ��aUure /  ,  tion  a floor  sons Municipal Council last week  Chairman of building, Coun  zation.  J  VJim Drummond, said he felt of 2,600 blind people j._id been  the building would be no more served last year'by the organi-  than a summer cabin and would  be no' asset to the area. It was  his opinion that a building for  residence should be at least 800  sq. feet and he would recommend this when the next bylaw is drawn up.  It was moved the application  Halloween quiet  with few upsets  sto negotiate, a��bend. He was  fined $50 and $^ costs.  ' Frederic ^Nelson  of   Sechelt  -was  fined - a" similar   amount'  ' with costs" of 33.'He was char-  ' gerf after his^auto ended up in  a  ditch  near  the  Gibsons  S  bend, through-failure to tatce  the bend.  *" waiter Loitz of Gibsons also  failed to negotiate a curve in  the same area and hit a pole,  ��  )  cif  1  i   K   ���  f^T": .*5.**v7^ir?''V'?"*y  ..-���HI I Hll   KCMP   REPORT   comparative  be  jtabled  until  Coun.   Drum-       peace   during- Hallowe'en v causing !abotit $250 damage to  mond discusses the project fur-    weekend, youngsters conducted ~j_s vehicle, lie was fined $50  ther-4with_flie_j>nnii��ant -thefe-itnck-or treat*  quietly7--^i^4SL.costs.   ther-^with-the-apphcantr-  BACTERIA COUNT ���?h ��*l Jma? JSjflJS  ' both Gibsons and Sechelt was  ELPHINSTONE   Seeond&y   Sdhool,   three^ay   penny it haTbe^necess?^toS?-   i?_Til_S1dirtS5^P^IS''  , drive conducted by |he Junior Red Cross  netted inate the water system. A bac-  $148,53. ^CompetitLon-Jbetween the houses was keen with tona  count .had, reached the  _r   ,r _     _  -^ ^. the  Spitfires  collecting sthe most pennies.  Gathered ^^ of five which ^d heen  io^eLJv ^rel^J^Z   SOCIA_ C_ediK candidate for    around the impressive collection 6f pennies are, back considered too high,  vmir ipftM- ntthtZtoh hrth-v��      the    Coast-CapUano * riding,    row, from left, House captains Kirsten Jorgenson, Ruby      Case was still under investi-  been   awav   frem   mv   ����__    Harold Hunter of PoweU River,    Stroshein, David Whitaker, Alex Skytte and President gation by the sanitary inspect-  Xr.Tl J LAV*T�� ���?���ZZ    through   the   media   of   The   Jr. Red Cross PMlin Reeves. Front. Bernadette Gant. or Mr. Philip Crampton. How-  '      Yojurs sincerely,  T, C*/Douglas  SOCIAL CREDIT   ���  Local candidate  offers aipdlogy  much of the time since that    *rough   *e 'media   *   ^   Jr- ^d ���ross P^^P Reeves. Front, Bernadette Gant, .t .   .     ,   .  date. Tunes,  offers, an apology  to   Patricia Anderson, Bevefly Szabo, Mrs. Wm. Rankin,   ever�� rt Jfd.01Jy been neces  - I definitely feel the eld age  pensibn should be increased to  $100 a month. For those with  no other income, this is the  least they should be asked to  live on.  Our Party is prepared to  support this amount and suggest it at every possible opportunity.  Sincerely yours,  Robert N. Thompson  Ski instructor to pupd coming a cropper: "You just don't  seem to' get the hang of it, Mr*.  Smedley. Now you've broken  a ski instead of a leg."  Mrs. Christine Johnston, chairman of Secheli Village Commission. \   ,  A news release submitted' for  publication in last week's Times  hy Mr. .Hunter's agent referred  to Mrs. Johnston as chairman  of tbe breakwater committee,  and quoted her as saying the  promises of a breakwater were  nothing but "promises, promises, promises."  In point of fact, Mrs. Johnston is not involved with the    TENTATIV_. time of confeletion of Egmont float exten  STSS. toS��� HSertvfr' si��� *aS' been set ��� ^ 1965' Contract has been  manyPp?omisil,had bee��n ma!te    ^an Isles Marina will b�� replaced in May or Jurfe of   van will be stopping over."  Junior Red Cross sponsor; Nora Hanula, Junior Red  Cross secretary and Karen Karateew.  ���,- . ,   Active group . ��� * |"  Pender Hsubonr C of C  ���     ���      -       * * ��  encouiiter Hieavy agenda  TENTATIVE: time of con^)letion of Egmont float exte  sion has, been set for, late 1965. Contract has bee..  awarded to Todd Consrtuiition. Government float at In-  sary to chlorinate once.  Chairman Alt Ritchey said he  thought perhaps council should  budget for a chlorinating machine which would be used only  when needed.  CENTENNIAL  Coun. Fladager, reporting on  the progress of1 the centennial  committee, said a meeting  would be held this week to finalize details for a project. "Interest is just beginning to develop," he said, "We understand  the RCMP hand will be coming  here, also the Centennial Cara-  Reports from Pender Harbor  indicate a number of residents'  were troubled by hooliganism  which in some cases-subsided  about 3 a.m. Sunday morning.  One accident occurred about  midnight last Saturday involving juveniles. -   "���   .  One group, shortly after Reaving a Hallowe'en dance in Sechelt by car, was struck head-  on by another vehicle- heading  for Sechelt. The driver,of this  aufo stated he had momentarily  Local artist  plans, course  ARTHUR Iish, local artist, who  recently held one-man. shows  of Ms paintings and sculpture  in Washington, D.C. and New  York City, has agreed to conduct a^ course in creative drawing and painting under the Sechelt adult education program.  The- course   wiU   commence  as .soon > as the required num-  - ber of people have shown interest. Designed to cater "to both  taken his eyes off tbe road and    beginners> and those more ad-  " ���" ' variced. the course will include  basic drawings and ideas (art)  which will be stressed.  All interested may contact  Mr. Lish at 886-2844 for further  details.'  had driven across into the-path  of the oncoming vehicle.    -  Four youths, were taken ^to'  hospital but no serious, injuries  are reported. Charges have  been laid.  in the past but this time there  is good reason to expect action.  1966.  -��  November 4th . ��� .  Council meet Jock Davis  "*"���*. i* *   ������       p   (* * ,        i  on GO-sons lay propose!  These reports from the Department of Transport were  presented to the meeting of the  Pender Harbour Chamber of  Commerce held at John Haddocks, Madeira Park, October  is. -  ' 7V\;  The Chamber, has decidedW-  Kelowna convention of the B.C.  Tourist Asociation was well attended, and several outstanding  speeches were heard. He wdl  attend the meeting of the PNT-  A in Kelowna, and the B.C.  Motel and Resort Owners Association convention in Vancouver.  EMERGENCY   EQUIPMENT  Reporting on the fire department, Coun. Fred Feeney commented on a recent accident in  the area in which a girl was  pinned beneath an auto. He  said it had been possible to remove her by means of a jack,  and explained that the department has a pump type jack as  gainst    erecting .speed    limit .         signs in the harbour, and;Willi     Logging, John Bosch ��� Not    emergency    equipment,     but  instead arrange'to place nrpm.-^  much change in the small log-    needed a hose to make it opera*  purposes as forcing'.jam*  ,_, w  __. ,_. . _ ...... doors and- assisting; in re-  ary   benefits   tp. recipients  of    the, Federal Department of Public Works,  dissatisfied       No application has been re     but 90 per cent of the pulpwood    moval of victims of such, auto  Old Age Security on basis of    yyith the outcome bat determined to press for adequate    ceived for the position of Har-    wm have to come from Private    accidents,  nccd-which means it could be    faciliUes in the Gibsons bay. bourmaster - property, in this area. It was agi  \,  $100 or even more if neces  sary���-at all ages. Proposed increases in the Old Age Security Pension will receive careful consideration in thc future  development of Government social security policy.  Yours sincerely,  Don MacKenzie, Sec.  N.D.P.  (Copy to  Mr.  Vincent  Yates)  Dear Mr. Medd*���Thank you  very much for your telegram  which caught up with mc ln Ottawa this weekend on my way  to the Maritimes.  You havc asked mc to declare thc stand of thc New Democratic Party with reference to  increasing the Old Pago Pension to $100 a month.  I am' sure that you know in  thc House of Commons the  New Democratic Party introduced amendments to the Can*  ada Pension Plan legislation  to provide for an Old Age Sec*  baX-  Original plan for a breakwater and improved facilities is  out, reported Councillor Jim  Drummond. An alternative,  suggested by Mr. Walkey, included a breakwater sea wall  extending from thc tip of the  bluffs toward the existing  breakwater adjacent to the  wharf with _a. gatL-between, allowing access to the bay.  This is estimated to cost  $150,000, half of which tbe village would be expected to pay.  Dredging within thc harbour  would allow for 1.5QQ lineal feet  of floats, both dredging and  floats at thc expense of thc vil*  age, a further $1,500.  Council expressed concern  with the attitude of thc department and agreed to take  thc matter up with Mr. Jack  Davis,  Councillor Drummond ex*  plained that thds aneqn^llwa  proposal' would be a waste of  money in that it was too small  and the nature of the project  would not permit anticipated  future expansion.'  Municipal , clerk, Charles  Gooding advised council should  pursue the proposal suggested  by Mr. Walkey as a means of  at least getting on the priority list.  The longer it is delayed, the  lower we shall be on the list,  he said.,  The chairman, however felt  it would be pointless to go after something not' acceptable  and suggested thc matter be  tabled until a meeting be arranged with Mr. Davis.  Speedy action .followed this  decision and. council has planned to meet with the Liberal  candidate Thursday, November  4th, It is understood, a discussion with Mr, Davis has indicated a1 rather more liberal outlook might be considered.  bourmaster,  Committee reports presented  were������  Garbage disposal, Len Larson���Some delays have been  encountered but progress is anticipated soon.  Roads, Henry Whittaker, ���  Patching is needed on Garden  Bay road, particularly bad are  some holes near the old St.,  Mary's Hospital. Road approach  to Garden Bay government  wharf is inadequate to cope  with traffic. Chamber action on  this was recommended. Reconstruction of Egmont road is  nearly finished. Crews have  bcen working six days a week.  Surface is being gravelled.  High on thc Chamber priority  list is the paving of Gonzales  road in Madeira Park,  Wharves, Douglas Fielding-  Repairs to Madeira Park wharf  will soon bo completed. Extension of tho Madeira wharf  might be considered.  Tourist and-, Publicity, Len  Larson���Noticeable increase in  visitors over this whole area is  attributed to tho circular tour,  and possibly some increase duo  to good weather.*A new circ*  ular tour In 1960, from KcUsoy  Bay to Rupert Is Expected ���"to  be onpthor terrific, boost for  B.C. 'tourism.  Sunshine .Const Tourist Association Is still active, but  could do with more narticlpa-  tlon, The Association Is a mem*  ���blL *LMm *Y4nwXv_ctjtourlst  Bureau, and tho Pacific North,  west Tourist Association, ���   Sunslilnq Const brochures aro  distributed by " tho Vancouver  Bureau; and last year 10,000  Sunshine Coast brochures wore  distributed nt the California  State i-;nlr In Sacramento  whore the PNTA sponsored  Sportsman's show allocated  booths to members. BiC.'tooth'  was manned by Tom Greer of  Powell JUver,  , Next your the SCTA'.wlH be  participating on a regional has*  b In the Sportsmnns' Show, to  bo hold In Vancouver In March,  Booths have been, reserved, and  .each - area -of- Hcflion -IV1 In preparing It's material for din*  play, Ideas and material to pro*,  mote the Sunshine Const wl.l  be welcomed,,  Tug-boating, D. Fielding ���  Said he,   "Booming!".  Fishing, Ernie Lee���There  has been no return of fish to  local creeks. Commercial fishing can't be blamed for this  as there, has been no fishing  allowed for several years.  Much concern is being voiced  over the dwindling herring supply, New restrictions in seining, and banning of lights used to attract herring are  thought to be steps in the right  direction.  It was announced by L. Larson that a new organization,  Pacific Salmon Society, has  been formed to determine thc  economic significance of salt  water sports fishing, and to  guard against pollution, harmful commercial' fishing practices, poor logging practices  and, power dams which interfere with spawning and migration of fish.  While thc organization of tho  Society ln the interest of sports  fishing was welcomed by, the  meeting as another potential  moans of safe-guarding fish ro*   -.- ���-��eO' page 4  agreed the councillor _.���*.�����  check on the cost of the hose.'    ' 7 Shy .pickets    ���    ."'.77'  It was also moved that coun-   PICKETS of unknowri;oTigin were abtive again last Sat-  cil purchase overalls for tfte urday  parading   along  the  highway'-fronting  the"  firemehTwhd, said Coun. Fee-   Sunnycrest Plaza. They appeared a little shy when the  ney7 jere getting their clothing   camera focused upon them. An attempt has been made  j t._~ ^ ^^^ Weeks to force Super-Valu to become union  ized despite the-fact it is understood no other food mark-;'  et is unionized. " 'p, '      '   -   ,  A��     .11  ruined during practice.  $14 DONATION  Donation of $10 was granted  the Canadian National Institute  for the Blind, presently conducting a fund-raising campaign.  Chairman of the CNIB in a  letter to council stated a total  Special meeting . . �� '  - -   . 111.-1 hi-111-111.      .        .       1.1 .  .in     ��� ..   1 *,  ________ . 1 1 -.11  Airport Committee  finalize purchase  MEETING of the airport committee last week saw the  finalizatiqn of ���a long.drawn out plan to acquire,'a  triangular portion of property bordering the runway,  from Jackson Bros. Logging.  Another triangular section is  S H  now required in order to havc  the 4,400 foot runway acceptable for larger commercial aircraft, Unfortunately; the owner, believed residing; in the Un  taker if it so wished.1 Councillor  Drummond advising, it obtain  a replacement first.  Councillor Lang warned the  runway would again become a  I A  Local member . ��� .  tony Gargrave MX.A.  ,,,. ,'' 7,���,:,.... .,'.,, ;. ,.,..:....;,..   ., !*���..���.. -.   ,.,.        7,"  views ferry dispute  Arts council  first meeting  .#s^m^H*^&#tiii>^^i^M&^a'&*^iM^  <^**tuHlA#i<lih*&te^^  FERRY transportation continued to bo of concern to tho  local member Tony Gargrave, MLA, Wednesday ho  told Tho Times that tho ferry, Powell River Queen, was  in some ways giving inadequate service on 'Jorvis inlet,  Ho said lhat It took flvo hours T~  flare  up  on  tho   Jervlti   Inlet  crossing nnd on other vessels  at least to come from Vnncou*  tfer to Powell River and Ihnt  most people wero pretty hun*  gry by tho time thoy arrived at  Powell Blvcr Queon nnd needed a hot moal on the ferry,  Ho criticised tho present Inadequate food raclltlles, The present Knack'bar service docs not  provide full meals.  It Is to be remembered, said  Gargrave, lhat many truckers  spend a 15-hour day driving  * trucks from* Vancouver torow*"  ell Hlver and return. Theso peo*  plu require a hot meal on the  Powell Hlver ferry,  GnrgrnYC also said, that Iho  itcd States, is asking ah exhor* drag strip, without the presence  bitant price which is presently of a caretaker,  beyond-tho means of the municipalities. ,  m       .     1 ���      m _ 1  ��  Acting in tho capacity of airport caretaker, Tvliv Gv ^n'1 ^e  Meeberg sought clarification on  his position as such. Ho told  the committee it was his un*  dcrstariding the Aero Club intended Bubihittlng a letter to  the commltto seeking his resignation. This ho explained*  followed some criticisms ho  had made relating to the airport, in an article, submitted  to Tho Times,     , '  ���Councillor BUI Swaln(, teprc*  sentlng Sechelt Village Council,  wns   supported   by   members  CHAIHED by Kline Medley, a  meeting was held' Sunday In  tho school board building, Gibsons, with a view to forming | ,�� 'A  m'mr<mmv%tnhemm\^'^^lz:A'\  Const, About 22 were present, '  and Included representation  from. Port Mellon to Pender  Harbour.  Following a rundown on tho  aims of the project and considerable  discussion,   a, small  j, 1  present state of labor -rclailons  In the B.C. Ferry Authority.  The work 'stoppage recently on  Powell Blvcr Queen and elsewhere In tho system Is symptomatic of something seriously  wrong with the ferry management handling of theso types  of disputes.  T""\W" said*" that"fiT"IiIS tfjfpi&r-r  lenco employees do not walk off  tho job unless, they are under  great pressure, Gargrave nald  thnt he hoped Iho whole matter  . . .   ��� ��� ,,   when ,he .pointed out that the      ....  ,  in the system. Gargrave sain Aero. Club actually bad nothing committee was formed, on, tho  that ho viewed \yilh alarm Iho   t0 do with tho operation ot tho    recommendation of Mr,i'lletyoy  airport,  who had effectively conducted  Councillor Ben Lang, also of  Sechelt, snld the airport .could  certainly not be. promoted,.as  an aero club airport and that  tho meeting.  Thoso ' elected" Include; Mrs,  R. Sherman for Port , Mellon,  Mr,   Ed   Burritt  for  Gibsons,  1 el  1 1 ��� 1 ,.  It flv��a- hoped It would becomo    Mrs.   J,   C.   Gtlkcr,   Roberts  ft    v*i-_m _r_n_��_*��ln I      rv I _��i ___%���(���      ni-_*��iin_    .    _"**_._,.____._      ir        ���_���       �����-_     _   _.      .*        ..  a "commercial  airport events  ally.  wMi',- Van -do-Meerberg ��wn��  told' by Councillor Drummond  of Gibsons, he was mponsiblo  to the club as far as his job  of dispensing gasoline and oil  Tho AAWiatlonJ.fLJiU  Tng for black and white  pic  turcrorthr'BtthsWrtrcoptvrdf  Channel 8, Still needed are 35  mm color slides for the booth  at tho B,C. BulldlngAt  -���-��  Creek; H. J. Barcbdrogt, Se  chelt; Mrs, J, A. Morgan. Half-  moon* UayrTwomembors toba'  approached who wero not pro*  sept aro Mrs. W. J, Dockar of  Hopkins Landing nnd Mr, J,  Paly of Pender Harbour,  A��mc>e-Ung-��'Oif.��ih��-'p<,����imitte��'  adequate. f<>r morejhan threo    would bo referred tto Jhe.J^lyjl,_ll0w0ver said he felt t*��ttJLj_^hj!_UiJ*Hi-Jb��t-.hciid^o_^cchclUJWqv. 9��.  Hallowe'en  CLOWNS were In good supply at the Hallowe'en Dance. Two Arabian dancers wero  Linda and Jerry Cleave, Clowns without the makeup wero recognized as Howard -i^  and Eloanor Carter and Edna nnd Jack Fisher, Dancors in every imaginable cos- turos from the Pender Harbour  tumo thronged the floor for tho outstanding ovoning,of entertainment. (Soo additional district on display,  pictures on second front page).                          ������������������                        . Mr, Larson reported that tho  'largo traitor trucks, fliirgravo  Knld that wo can expect a lot  of heavy trucking on this ferry  during tho construction period  at Powell Blvcr.  Mr, Gnrgrave nlso expressed  concern with the labor-management dlsputo that seemed to  Service Com mission for an Impartial enquiry,  Gargravo    told   The   Times  'that he was surprised to find  that Iho ferry authority had no  personnel manager of its, own  but borrowed ono from thbN civil service.        ...............  mtm progrcSH"'th;o':Binmltr  tee  should  accept responsibility of the pumps,  Gibsons Village Chairman Alf  Bltchoy, also a member of tho  committee, agreed with Councillor Drummond thai Ihe Aero  Club was free to fku th�� caus-  ��-.���.  . MipJ-   f   >   v m MMUW.Y.  with tho object of formulating  reports of the committee members prior to. submitting a report to a full meeting December  l.v      . ....v...   .���.7,.,v ,  Object of tho nrt.-i council  Will he to promote tho varlou4  arts on a coutinuout. Iwt.b,  ��***�����.-.-<.   ����IHkr<��mM��.*%<<  l��(^pBI#(K*��-*'��MlHr*- �����-< Ml'p'a*B'-<l��-W,*VT��t''W WW** A *' I I  #%7''*  '^^%A\h     '  **?" *..*����*..*'**.    p-* j. * n*  * *�� ~ *. -**.p|**p *** *��    *{.**,*' * *;  l(iv\ �� i i.t i     **      i      *.* *���<.'*->���*        * \ p| f.  ' ...     .....    . .��.._.  . ^  . . -  *   ' ' '     ' ZZ  -?ftr  i;  _i^P>|Ftol)l llil I        III!    ������! l-i      I   41.  igsM^s^u .       ^. ...      .        ._ ��%        _ 4-1 _p _- mmmwmmmw.  ���        m   V Sechelfr Peninsula Times      Wed., Nov. 3, 1965    boats & ENGINES*'  *****      ��    ", t y * i    ��  f        .     _   .._  ... ���_��.-_,.. ..j.      I., .  J^^SK?*; Ca, >__L  r?   rrfrt   j^ T~tv'  ���_     v. j   ���'- ���-'  - -  <---- ^  ^  ^L J__^  Telephone, 885-9654  s  rcfesllied  ���   _���       *   **���   *���  ."jf *  .-_{.  F0&   SALE���14'   clhUcer*- boat,,  with 5 hp Briggs'with* clutch.  Good running order, $150. 885-  9752.    > 9965-46  7    l'    -7^  - -A UiL/CTI. id   Ll CCfV .  1 >f C WOJ    V   ,        Qreek' district.J Amount qilMfr \.  iJ'i-5      * __T     s . " '    ' * CO_.PO_.ATTok'bV vnTAftp'   ' "- ' v';   *"���. ^ ��� '-*-+���r ���;;'�����������> ��� -ed   was   a> little 'ittofo^thah, ,  _��� *%!__. C0RP^mS���SJ11^02  v        *'     '������      ���   7 ���-by Florence,McSavaney / Woo.&nd those^i#tn_U the-l  * A W .  ^ Pu^iShec! Wednesdays by the WANTED  Sechelt- 8 C.  P  V  v   '_-*vfcche*.Peninsula  T.m'es  Ltd.,  ot  *>. ,*.r -    ��� *,  ,   MS,       v  * *}   * -  * *f  v j Member, Audit Bureau  V of Circulation  -n,r     4!. Classified Advertising Rates:  <������ 3-tane AdBriefs (15 words)  4SW   One Insertion  ���50c  7   Tbtee insertions     $1 00  (��� ^ Extra lines (5 words)    10c  Box Numbers  10c extra  25c Bdok-keeping charge is added  * fortAdBriefs not paid by pubhca-  "     tc tion date  Display   advertising   in   classified  Ad-Brief columns, 1 50 per inch.  TWO used 16" tires for trailer.  Preferably     5-25M6V    Phone  885-9956, 9510-47  WORK WANTED  FOR  Carpentry.  New and  repair  work.   Contact  V.   Mitchell  885-9582. ^784-tfn  ROY'S  L  E  15' DEEP Vce outboard. Hull  built by Farell. 40 hp '64  Johnson. Anchor, extra tank,  etc. All in top shape, $695. See  at Madeira Marina or 883-2266.  9502-tfn  40 j;OOT troller,  sounder, radio phone, pilot, 6 spools of  reversible   gurdies ��� Ready   to  go.  Phone  883-2698. 9629-48  TRAILERS  1965 SCOTTY Sportsman trailer. As new. Sleeps three. Propane cooking, ice box, propane  and electric lights. Gross  weight 975. $1245. Can be seen  at Mission Point Motel. Phone  885-9565. 9501-46  COUPCRATIpN^OE. VILLAGE  MUNICIPAITY  OF, GIBSONS LANDING -  FOR SALE  CARD OF THANKS  WE WISH to thank the many  kind friends and neighbours  Who have been so thoughtful  and considerate during our recent loss. Also the officers of  the HCMp���who  conducted the-  search. ���Mav and Bud Blatch-  ford and-*family. 9628-46  I WISH to thank Mr. H. F. Inglis, the J nurses and staff of  St. ^Mary's Hospital. Sechelt  for the unsurpased care and  thoughtful attention which I received 'during my recent illness. >"Also the many friends  and well-wishers, the L.A. to  Port Mellon Church and the  Hospital Auxiliaries for providing the shopping service. ���Mr.  Sam Fletcher, Port Mellon.  9634-46  DEATHS  j.  "WILLIAMS���Passed away ac-  ^ cidentally, October 26, 1965,.  Brian Williams in his second  year, of Selma Park, B.C. Survived "by Ids loving mother and  father, James and Shirley Williams, two brothers Wayne and  Perry, grand parents Mr. and  Mrs. Chris Julian, Sechelt, B.C.  and ~Mx. and Mrs. Robert Jack-  " son, Augusta, Georgia. Requiem  Mass was ^held SatardgyrOcto-  - l>er 30, 1965 from Our Lady of  Lords, Roman Catholic Church,  Sechalt, B.C. Rev. D. D. MacDonald, celebrant. Harvey Funeral HOme.  Gibsons, B.C. dir-  ROY BOLDERSON  Box 435 - Sechelt  885-9530 Evenings  Rototillingj- Plowing  Grading - Rolling - Etc.  9826-tfn  GOOD hay for sale. Delivered  $40  per  ton.   5  ton  lots.   J.  Bayer,   RR   1,   North   Surrey.  Phone   112-946-6568. 9513-51  JAY BEE USED  7r FURNITURE  Form No. 15 (Section 40)  '  LAND ACT  t  Notice of Intention to Apply to  Purchase Land  In Land Recording District of  Vancouver, and situate "up the  Sunshine^ Coast Highway, passing Madeira Park, situated in  the Pender Harbour Area, approximately 3 miles from Madeira Park,, north of amended  parcel '*E", V 1025;  Take notice that I, William  Peters, of Madeira Park, British Columbia, occupation rancher, intend to ����� supply for permission to purchase the following described lands:  Commencing at' & post planted  the SE. corner of T L 1278,  thence N. 3,995 feet to the  N E. corner, from the N.E. corner 5,280 feet to the N.W. corner! from the N.W. corner  3,400 feet to the S.W. corner;  thence E. 1,500 feet to the N.E.  corner  of  Pile   14236   (Schultz  CONTRACT N0.M393*1<    t  CONSTRUCTION* OF  CONCRETE SIDEWALKS     *  CALL FpR TENDERS  Sealed tenders, clearly marked "Tender for the Consttuc-,  lion of Concrete Sidewalks"  will be received by the Municipal Clerk,' Municipal Hall,  Gibsons, BVC.' up to 4:30 p,m.  local time of Tuesday, November 23rd, 1965, -and will be opened in pubhc at "the Village  Council Meeting "at 8:00 p.m4.  the same day. *  - >      p. '  The work comprises construction of approximately 1400 feet  of concrete sidewalk.  Contract documents and drawings may be obtained without charge at the offices of  either the'undersigned or Martin J. J. Dayton, Consulting  Engineer, 1463 BeUevue Avenue, West Vancouver, B.C.  The lowest or any tender will  not necesarily be accepted.  C. F. Gooding,  .  sphere prevailed and after the' official "opening by Mrs.  H. O^Wold, the whole room hummed \yith the conversation of little groups of friends, * 7  ^       V  Home baWngf%oon disappear- " ; : ; ��� ~,'\\,  ed from theT^hd' table and Ihere nated by the< Credit Union upon  were lovely novelties ,ands _and* reaching this amount:; A n y  made articles *��� .on display at children who. are. approaching  other tables. These, ion, were this amount and wish' one of  .soon depleted. , ' these banks, shoud keep in mind  Mr. andJMrs.* J. L. Roberts, that they will ���bo ^withdrawn  Mrs. F. ;Warburton and Mrs, ,shortly; so don't'put off until  Hewitt, who hsA come from tomorrow^ etc., etc. - , ,  Vancouver'were welcome visi- Mrs> ��� Beeman had a very  tors. ;The door pme ,was won ^q ietter from headquarters  by,Mr$. .Atkinson. Mrs., Thyer of tte Arthritic Society, thank-  won the button guessing  con- ___-_  test and the vmystery ibox was  won by Mrs. Rutherford.   /  ,   A financial career seems to  " be  in  the  future for  Debbie  Coles, who has built her savings  up to $50 and is now eligible for  a savings  bank, which is do-  USE   TIMES   CLASSIFIED  Sechelt Peninsula    V-i  Unitarian Fellowship  Regular  each Thursday,  8:00 p.m..  _  tmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm'mmmmm;mmmmmt  kammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm��mmmmmM  Earl Hoig Camp  Roberts Creek  !  J  EXPERIENCED    painter,    interior-exterior,     Free     estimates. J. Jarvis 886-i_9&7.  77f 9867-tfn  i i  HELP WANTED  ectors.  9524-46  X  i f.  .-!.  'A.  ADAMS���Passed   away   peace- -  fully Oct. 31, 1965. Helen Duff  Adams' in her 83rd  year,  of  Marine; Drive, _Gibspns,   B5C.���  Survived   by   her   loving   hus-^ "  band Reginald, two daughter-  Mrs. L. ((Amy) Blain, Gibsons,  B.C.;   Mrs, W.  (Ada) Harris, '  Vancouver; one son Roy, Vancouver; 7 brothers, Stuart, Colin, Stan, Don, and Marx from  , Los Angeles- California; Archie,  , Phoepix, 7, Arizona;    and, Les,'  I England.yi Ten   grandchildren,  twjp,great grandchildren. Funeral' Service was held Monday,  Nov:  l,p 2 p.m. from  Family  , Chapel at the Harvey Funeral  HbmeV' Gibsons, B.C.  Rev. H.  (Kelly; officiated. Cremation; in  lieiii of flowers donations to St.  Mary.'s, Hospital, Sechelt, B.C.  " "9632*46  " ,  h  UOST  LEGION Auxiliary membership  i hropeb." Treasured keepsake.  Phone 485-4344. . 2331-46  1LADIJES lf wrist ��� watch,  Sechelt  area, i Phone 733-9386  collect  or return to Times office.   ���  11 9630-46  PERSONAL  ***fc�� *WtM4ftli3t.J��WWw *J*ta  SIGNS   painted,   lettering   of  vehicles  a   specialty.   Dave  Pinkncy,  Gibsons,  Phono; 886-  9829. ,      ,    ..,,        J)834-tfn   ���'"-" 1 ���  CYPRESS  REST HfOME  1885 West, 10th Ave.,  Vancouver^ B.C.  Personal   care   home, ' family  style,  invites  guests.  24  hour  caro, H,N. atendancej Reason*  ablo rates.  2332-tfn.  ^*J,U**-f*i-^iW4f|����*- ��M^w* .  WANTED, party to share of*  flco space in Gibsons or Se*  chelt, Free rent for answerjuf.  inquiries and ��� phone calls or  will aharo expenses of offico  ' help and rent. Write Box 0900,  c/o Sechelt Peninsula Times,  Box-381, Sechelt. 5)511*48  Mrs.  Naida ^Wilson,  Now 10 years in business.  REQUIRES SALAL PICKERS  Phone 885-9746 or write c-o Box  390, Sechelt. 9884-41  MAK1- Money Now���Male or  female. Salal pickers "required  at once���training given. Contact John Hayes at Hied Fern  & Moss, 885-9313. Located in Sechelt Theatre building.  9947-44  FOR RENT 7^  COTTAGE, 5 miles from Sechelt  on - beach.   Plumbingy.7,.2.?.  bedroom,   fully   furnished,   $45-  month. Box 305, Sechelt.  9971-46  FAMILY  housekeeping  cabins,  completely   equipped.   Winter  ���rates.  Phone. 885-9565,  Mission  Point Motel, Wilson Creek.  9969-46  4 ROOM' unfurnished suite for  rent   at   Granthams.   Phone  ; 886-22C6. 9963-46  FURNISHED modern l and 2  bedroom" suites, complete electric. $55-arid" u'p.JPhone 885-  i     . .     ...j   .'p.*  ���   ,.^-^-V/(   y..y...'..c%....  its . " '���        ���;,/; .,��� .  LOW winter rates���daily ^weekly,   monthly.   Fully   modern  suite.  Big   Maple   Motel,7885-'  9513.        , 9626-tfn  REAL ESTATE <���  THREE bedroom home, Granthams Landing, beautiful  view, auto, oil heat. A bargain,  on terms. ,For appointment,  phone evenings 885-9981. Days  885-9737. 9975-46  SE��HELT  Bright clean'2 BR home, el.  heat, basement, sunroonyigood  garage,, drive, etc. $12,850,  terms,, premium for cash. (This  includes 2 large lots).  WATERFRONT  Revenue property, 3 suites, on  community water. $15,000 terms  EWART MtMYNN' '  REALTY  Phone   Gibsons   886-2166  Evenings 886-2500, 886-2393,  880-2681  9631-46  ��� ������.-nil���I.���-������,���., I    |, ,. i���-���-..-���ii.,���,,.������ ���_. ��� .1  CLEARED leased lot for sale:  50'X120\   Phone   885*9955.  9512-45  MACHINERY  25 #VA automatic-controlled  Dorman Diesel PoWcr Plants.  Mounted on skids in as-new  condition, Replacement cost  $10,000-plus, What offers? Write  or 'phone. Mix Equipment,  Foot of, Carrall Street, Vancouver 4, B.C; Telephone MU  _4:W3Q,��� or���.RK��fi:4830..,__,9J)93-tfn.  AUTOS & TRUCKS ~"  HALF'ton pickup for sale, Ph,  885*9178, 9033-48  DODGE  truck,  %*i   ton.   Flat  deck. Good shape. Phono f885*  2187. 9.r)20-47  Phone 886-2346, Gibsons  ,:Ne^ita..Ke^,s...;Ppr;Hi.ng.  Beer bottles. We buy and  sell everything  9991-tfn  ONE 1,000 lb. anchor and 100  ft. of 1" chain, both for $300.  Apply   W.   Schoular,   Madeira  Park or phone 883-2396.    ���  952g-48  CARROTS for sale at my farm.  Small quantities or sack lots.  George Charman, Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-9862. 9521-48  GUNS - GUNS-GUNS  Everything   for the  Hunter  at your hunting  headquarters.  WALT NYGREN SALES  ,*fe^^,T.7,,.,l-IE,.,p,v;, ^,,,,,,.,.,  886-9303 - Gibsons, B.C.  9863-tfn  i"i.'i--p 1���111���11 i.i. 1 1. .ii.i. ..   _._..���   ���������-p  - ���_,���,_��� ���  LOWEST    Prices  ���  Screened  Gravel,    Drain    Rock,    Fill,  Shell   dirt.   A.   Simpkins,   Se-  '''chelt '"__5_132.""" "-"���"'     9955-tfn  New Singejj^sewing mach $99.95  Used.Domestic sew mach. 99.88  Eash washer    49.95  Simplicity Washer     39.95  Coldspot refrigerator ___ J99.95  Sanitary Refrigerator  __   49.95,  Homesite Lease); thence ST~  500 feet approx. to the S.W. corner; theii73,7.80���feet to point of  origination, S.E. corner,, and  containing 509 acres, more or  less.  The purpose for which the land  is required is for ranch and  farm use.  ���WILLIAM   PETERS.  Dated September 28, 1965.  9966���Pub. Oct. 20, 27, N. SplO  -Municipal���Cierkr  Municipal Hall,  Gibsons, B.C.  October 30th,  1965  9627���Pub. Nov. 3, 1965  BETHEL BAPTIST  CHURCH  SECHELT  SERVICES  Sunday School ��� 10 a.m.  Church Service ��� 11:15 a.m.  Prayer - Wednesday 7:30 p.m.  -'     PASTOR        -     ���  REV., A. WJLLIS ���  You are'invited to attend  any or each service.  The  Anglican Church  OF CANADA  .  Rector Rev. James B. Fergusson, B.A., L.th.  f    , Phone 885-9793  Sunday/ November 7th  ST. HILDA'S���SECHELT  Communion���9:00 a.m. 7  1>  CHURCH OF HIS P^ENCE ; " I  Communion���1 1:00 a.rfr: ;       ;  EGAAPNT ...   ,:/}i  Evening Prayer��� 3:00 p.m.  ST. HILlA-SECHELT ,     .      1  Evening Prayer-���7:30 p.m.*  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  I-AND'ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply to  Lease Land  ''"'"' Iii Land"M Ri^ordihg ���District  of Vancouver and situate on  South shore ef North Lake.  Take notice Jhat William Richard Marshall of 8569 Hudson  St., Vancouver, B.C. occupation :weld��r' intends" to' applye  for a lease of the following  described lands:  Commencing at a post planted at N.W. corner of DL 7000,  G.P.I. N.W.D.; thence 198 feet  West along shoreline; thence  South ,660 feet; thence 198 feet  >E$st;'to W.   boundary;   thence  Malf^well-Wajsher1' '.feT. 'i_^95:^^<��f-h'tov point  of  commence^  Ta^typevaci^mf___7l��.^^ 3  a^-.   v;  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  Notice   of   Intention   to   Apply  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District of  Vancouver and situate on South  shore of North Jake.  Take notice that Albert Edward  Dawson of 8049 Caritier Street,  Vancouver, occupation barber,  intends to apply for a lease  of the following described  lands:���  Commencing at a post planted  at N.W. corner of DL 6999 GPL  N.W.D. thence West along  shoreline to N.E. corner of  L 7000 125 ft. more or less;  thence South 660 ft; thence East  425 ft. to W. Boundary, of Lot  6999; thence North to point of  commencement and containing  3 acres, more or less, for the  purpose of homesite.  ���Albert  Edward  Dawson  Dated  22 September,' 1965.  2333���Pub. Nov. 3, 10, 17, 24,  1965.  ��� _*  PARKER'S HARDWARE  LTD.  Marshall Wells Store  Sechelt, B.C. !  ' 9954-46  COMBINATION    Rockgas    and  wood stove. Pipes and fittings  included,  $75.  Phone 885-2104.  9522-46  MAPLE    wagon    wheel    bunk  p beds:   Good   condition,   $45.  885-9752. 9523-48  canore or les, for the purpose  of summer J_ome.      .,.-..,.,.���  William  Richard  Marshall  Dated,October 9th, 1965.  2334���Pub. Nov. 3, 10, 17, 24,  THE  TIMES  IS  A  UNION-LABEL   NEWSPAPER  Sunshine Coast  Gospel Church  (Undenonfiinbtipnol)  Sunday School  10 a.m.  Church Service  11:15 a.m.  PASTOR REV. S. CASSELLS  Selma Park Community Hall  ST. JOHN'S  UNITED CHURCH  Wilson Creek, B.C,  Sunday School���9:45 a.m.  Divine Worship���-U:15 a.m.  Led by Miss H. E. Campbell  *     ���  Except on 2nd Sunday each  month  ' Family Service���l-i: 15 a.m.  Divine Service���3:30 p.m.  Led by Rev. W. M. Cqmeron  Paint,- Fibreglass - Rope  Canvas , - Boot Hardware  WALT NYGREN SALES  LTD.     :yr-y>i>  ( Gibsons/ B.C. ���  Phono 886-9303  '|  ' 7857-tfn  LEGAL NOTICES  YOUR Centennial Committee needs your help.  YOUR last opportunity to decide on a project  will be a general meeting at 8 p.m.  November 7th in the Legion Hall.  PLEASE come with your opinions and ideas.  r_'*��-     **V   *-rt--   ���!"-*������"-���  YOUR absence will indicate you do not  desire Pender Harbour to    recognize TOO  years of Canadian growth.  PLEASE CLIP THIS AD  FOR OTHERS TO READ  >f��fertj!i��4iO';  ������ -My >  i     .1   h rt   i i.   11 i p  J      '  4.J   ��    4*  4.S.|*pI*pPpP.pM��*.|W tP^P��  II (     1 '     *       , P  ,1 I I       ,     .  *'       \     , (    I IP*  A,A.    ���'    A  41   P        I        I  1     *_-. i     ���       I ��� ip'.l    I  "i  i" '     7   ,"i.  Pilffp)|ppSp^.ppPpVp��P������p]W! ?p*p*.*.PfM*p*��  ('*",*l '  *p-h��*�� _** **-��"*> -���** .<i4 ��t0t t��*��(  .fJfi'M)       ,   p,    ( 'i  Im  hi,,  ipH*****����� ��� p" *�� '<v>  i  2 NEW SUBDIVISIONS  Earls Cove Subdivision ������ adjacent to Earls Covo  - ferry terminal on thp Sunshine Coast Highway,  ��� **t*lW��W**"> iH-H ���**���'"**���*���'*���**  Madeira Park Subdivision ��� overlooking Pendor  Harbour and Gulf ��� 10% down ��� easy terms  on DOlance. Discount for cash.  -tat^^^fc*^*^*'! JH>iW��V*WI*��^WVir l^Wfr��"'|��|��H fm -1- f*i J*  |   w^ f_\/'"' ''>**__ i fi.' 1 #"�����_''*""*' " ww,TO"-*,,J,r'^ V",'J",", ' "  '  - 1     ���       L    ���   ' '' '     ' ' |  Vv *.m. A>u\ O^vSLADEY-'��� Madeira -Park, B.C,  Phom fi|l3-2233 or phone North Vancouver  ... ���r,, .,,���,.   ,,���4,v. ^ 905JJ934.  ��� ���imhiiiii.m. ijimipwin  i ^ H*-�� ^ '**       \  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention In Apply lo  i"_ ��-��� u^*a&vi.*i*u~i-M*"a YTt\t% __ rt * T n �����/p|'*^*^*,*^*i^*uHi'^^i*'**''*,i*i**i  In   Land   Recording   District  of Vancouver, HrltlNh Columbia  and   situate  North   Shore ��� of ,  Skookumchuek Narrowa In the  vicinity of Egmont.  i Take notice that Krlka Hilda  Pchrtsch of 10!)8 West (i-jth Avenue, Vancouver, ]i,C, occupation Housewife intend/i to apply  for a leawc of tho following(dc��*  crlbod Jnnds;  CommenclnR at n post planted MnK the S.E,.corner of tho  applied   leasehold   nnd   bcsUlo  0 post planted by Joaeph Wll*  Jlam Uanci;ofl, helng the South*  ... Wcfitcomcr, of MnJen nchold j\ p-���u  piled for thence 3 chain west,  along  the  high  water  mark;  thence 10 chains or lens north';  thence 3 cbaln�� onHf, thence 10  chains or )c��b wouth, back lo  ^*|}oiM'-***olwiP(?n��w<i?e��tnent',*^''and *��  ��. contfllnlnfi   approx.   2W- acre*,*  moro or ' Icsa, ,ifor <hc purpoHO  of a campsite/  Prlka Hilda Rchrlsclv  Dale<l nt Kgmonl, K.C.  Oc1ol>or 0th, 11)05.  0509-Pub. Oct. 27, 3, 10, 17, '05  Because. . .  ������< ;i. A' . A^yAJ*- "'".->'���      *    <  i< Boyd Shannon wants lour youngsters  .o receive the best in higher education  through increased federal investment in  %j i iiir **s#F(*ii n��*#i��.*��i*.^��if iu��*Mi#iii(tifi iii riSi^,i,ywvWi,.vi,M,l_wtwi��^^  w����iiilt*w��MffiRi*iiBiaoj**��i)s,'  "A" Boyd Shannon ^wants medical insurance I  made available to all, regardless of past  illness or lack of money, but on a  voluntary basis.  '}  ���A" Boyd Shannon wants our senior  citizens to receive a $100,00 monthly  pension. "  "'"' "'    ": ,'*.'���'"  '"' /'���'''  "k Boyd Shannon Awants honesty and  integrity restored to the Government  ', -I-'  IfiPUii.Wff (MK. WiBUU  i  If those aro the things YOU  want! on November 8th  VOTE  INSERTED BY COAST-CAPILANO PROGRESSIVE CONSERVATIVE CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE  mmaimiMmMMaiOTMMMmmiianMw**^  *?  ..A.        .   1...    .      !���*  iW*JrpW����fl(f*'4*,Ww-��HM ���m^i^vmr'Mm^mfli'^i *��*- * W-^f* 1*��*.f**��i*��- W-w nnt-n���in-#-*.<-**. l-.)i  A  PW*p����<^P*i%p#!l��l-l��(f(��^P������p>����J|P** "tp-f�� ^**  *r z" �� *i* ���*���" m  ���r  -_>���#��� -ft  ���*   #   ���*��� ��*  ,*.> .-*,  /   ^ ^   ^ yr   .i- ,��   v^.*y.*.tf��pv^y��ii-*-rti*p^... s>  tf*A* m-z'.wpp^-Pj  .J-J^  ^ > ^- /* ^ &*iiT&^  /,        7  j     l.  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'il  rt   ^  ^7"  Uj., _.   __-  i**  SECHltTA�����r4^^  +, "* *��� -^V     /tv  J,*^ jti-Vd  iii  :*.*  ^'-,-*',***s^--1.  ��� 7-1 I  New Christmas sfjwttp*  'Vi/,* **AUZ'  IVfaaMlLllAN/BIoedel -aiiii^Powell River rU^iiM^C^i  j. vj ? ada*s largest fores?, products company, will m^ikfe its y-  I firctj move .into the, European Comfnon Market by^Si-"."|  1   chasing a substantial interest itt'Koranklijke Ned^fclajicfc",  sche Papierfabriek. c a Dutch firm%hicIiNmahufactttr��^i  J____^  -. J"' -4__.,_-_J._ 1. --.,*,. __.__ ���.   J-sTtVw   ,_���_        .   .MW,4*^    .  IJldest fabily has allarg-T^istefv  reSS^�� TuTrl <J^JS$T��blTK^ ^ne.paper.      >  1SSS_Si,['S^hti_5' ffi^fflCS^&SS: " ^��^M*;|aW^ 4��^ Orf CM^^ngWg,       Ahnoun.emehtSvas made to- Lhdestfainay has a^larg^  KverTleeSS especiallyforjto^ls^^                                           IS*;,*? nfSUtJ'J' %^iS��^Pffi>^��M  approved^,>eket, 0r live-' day, ��_*lbb*c pi bh^Ua^es cialC3c,and 5c .Christnlias^tamps^)H^e,jval^ble^on   2&^!^^toJM��SSE.��!" ;^1^S!-f-HSS%_  C_*|--t��_r   All^k(nti''f/.W   nn^lt    v._.<JU'im��.                                    "                           *                                  '             " "**     "*' "'       '           **                                                                                                                                      "                   "                         '         """                                       '           *    *"         **                   "                    *** "       "* "*  Of what use is -a lifejacket,     ^oor priiels wefa vltm by fafc>.  usually stowed 'away in it lodk- Nellie MfeKeagiie and Mr. Ben  er or'jammed under a seat, Vaughan,        7  when oho -is  suddettl^ Spilled - *' (Oh yes7 lofir? of \^e mere  into the water, partteularly in male^i.attended, a�� the 'request'     * 7" '.r^^^^i '  the ice-cold, strong tidal waters of ouf wives, in addition to Ben,    fffl^jjto _tiM��ft|&i  of ouf coastal ifcOelst * the other three cosvattts we^re, f llldblllilffll  --Over lb* past* few years a BOh ,Griffith, ^ohn W��st and    *���**"*����������''"*  k _L **_ k."j J-t*V n 1 _-_-��������___.__ . ._ <!  number o? lives  beent saved in lopal  lifejackets haci hem  there seems to Ibe a L .,���������  is" it Vhic^ft'.J^-j-iiiyJs^^feer���*uif_��rt_e^==nPirtfRr' was won"^by  that, or it is too much trouble, Mrs. Connie Kelly.  Liberd av��ids public  .me  ^ ���>  1*    V" V ./'fc.  1850, has six paper machines" andjPbwfeil Rivfer Limited$BIM  at its mjll in Maasti3cht,'and * be-tecommfended by thfe'boiEira,  *  man  Markfet countries  Mr. Clyne feaid- that KNP ,is  a  customer for MB&PR pulp  We are all prone to -adopt-tbis  attitude. Unfortunately, it is ot  ten too late^when one suddenly  finds himself overboard due to  carelessness^ fire, or any otheir  ot the_ inany causes pt small*  boat accidents. In gating, especially in our waters,' it is  wise to bfe prepared.  To paraphrase an old saying,  "Better a live 'chicken' than a  dead it ean't happen'to me'  hero."  EGMONT EYEDROPS  Tony Saulnier is again a patient in St. Mary's Hospital  with a recurrance of a heart  ailment which has troubled him  for some time Tony's condition, since being admitted on  October 21, has been of a serious natures It is hoped that ah-  other few days -will result in a  turn for the better.  Dave McNutt was discharged  from hospital on Sunday, October 24 after a stay of about  five weeks He is now convalescing in the Big Maple Motel at  Wilson Creek under the care of  his good wife, Ethel, who will  see to it that he obeys his doctor's orders. __     -_*___._,      .      . .  We  are  sorry  to hear that    By M. B. MaCtaVlSn  Fred Pockrant, son of Ron and  A recent -item in this column  named Ron-Spencer as being in  charge of ,the B.C. Telephone  maintenance crety at Sechelt.  The 'Egmont Eye'- must have  been asleep at the time as Jim  Akeson is district repairs man  and is in charge of all outside  Installation and maintenance;  Ron is central  ance man and  for exchange  ment Sorry  fellows "but 1 evidently dialed  the wrong number.  "Our local telephone set-up appears to be in much better  working order since the recent  overhaul of the system "from  Egmont to Madeira Park. The  little gremlins and the chirping  bird sounds have "disappeared  from the line, but the busy  signal, when one tries tp use  the phone, is still with us. The  BC. Tel. forecasts spending in  excess of $240 million on services etc. dunng the next five  years We hope that ihe budget includes additional service  to the Egmont district We can  certainly use it.  MfTt^wftsg^MLA for'Buri  abyf ��� speaking^ "Friday * night,  Oct. 22" on.-behalf of - Cpast-Cap-  ilano * candidate' _$ill~ Deverell,  accused Liberal-candidate Jack  Davis o_ being afraid to r show  up to f aco the people. < ,  He? told a meeting of 6Q people atdthe Union Hall in Towell  River* that Davis failed to show  up Sat two Out of three all-can-  j... .������.    f   . n    _ j  >  - *. ,*       f v *  "ln��razi_, rioting footbaE-fans  have- been known Ajo seriously  injure referees with whom they  were - -displeased., .To tlprotect  himself^ Vne Brazilian referee  recently bought an old army  tank. He parks -it just Off Held  nwTprofluck _  at capacity tevel���to expand its  manufacturing facilities.  The KNP faill, which' employs .more than 2,000, hgs ac-  cess to excellent port and transportation facilities at Rotterdam, Amsterdam and "Ant&erp  yia the Maas River and,.the  Albert Cabal. It i& also centrally located to serve the 126 mil-  io join a pioneer'Dutch: com**  pany,-which has an established^,  position in the European Common Market. This wflf enable  expand our business ,in 7]  the world's? "great -fta^-"  said Mr. Clyne. *>      ^%  e KNP mill is one-of46fe  .��  .^JKhls-fi'ie^emtBder of tomfrtft <M* [so servicer of  SECHEtT  AGENCIES (tTD;7Phdne isechert   Pemnsulo  , Times dttect tor <rte%im\T\&,\$pecifffr&> {Rate P<4d".  Pteos^ note thot spactVis limited <md some odvonce dates  mdy f��ove to *o# tbefr'ttirn; oteo tfiaf th��t is ^"reminder"  listing only and carirt(Jt"qf*;oy5 tatty full details.  * '.*.    7    *-- t*~Al#-       *.    ^"'   J  N^. A-Al'p^A^AMaiy'i Hospitot $^tte.ff Hosp.tof  " ��� A^iliAry^-rtgyfcif-tneehngi. < ** -<*     .j ���   -  Nov   13���T0.30^o,m.*-?;3.0���pm. Pender filorbour' High  -   ,   Sfchoo'l. ^nrtUol  District Kecteatfort Conference  {sjov# 13���2" p.m. vRufherford/esidence/vHotfmoort Bay  Hospital Au*ilf<vy/ .Bozaar & Tea.  V      ���*    - c    rj -       -���/" *-*<    -"* -**�����'-'    - -    V.,A      -1 l  Nov/ 20���-5Lpm7 Madeira- Park Community JH-jH, P.H,  - ' HospiratfAtixiliaiy/^Chnsfmas, Bazaar*.   1 ,  Noyr 20-46-30? p.rti~;^chfelfJ Le^iorn. Hdtl.i SecHelt Hos-  '   -    pjtal^ AuxiWiy *-Artnuat ���* Smorgasbord.   Theme���  "    RoOTio^Twenftes-r 7. ,   *  "Si'* <*      , , V �� -/' '  / -^V ,r   4,,. A**   J    *.��'*-'''-��� ( ''p  most, modern on the continent  and I am conffdent 1hi_'wilt faef  a highly-benericial-union -Of  'Dutch and Canadian 'enterprise."^   _-> , 3.J.7*  . ���   , :... ������  r. ,-.1��i      ... 1  j    4/.. tt; ^, ^  Wo_tiedJo��erVhat to'give ins  girifor her, biftbday, my grandson asked bis ] mother for help.  'Mq,m,^v be _jaid,->*'if -you���W6^e,ii|  E._���*"->'''  *    _     ,.     _    H.*���        *'i* "��� -1  WffER&tirVHEN^V''  +*���*���'*   -*���  '/���N  SECHELI AOE^CB LID.  f- -:     Phone 885-2161  j  Whoff' ftottd  * i  couver Chamber of Com  merce," he said. "Davis did  not show up���he sent Ray Per-  reault in as a substitute."  "Mr. Perrault read a telegram, purporting to be from  Davis in Alberta, apologizing  for not being able to attend "  "But, in fact, that very  bour, Davis was four blocks  away from the Chamber of  Commerce meeting, shaking  hands in front of his campaign  office "  Mr Dowding said Davis is  afraid to be called upon at all-  candidates meetings to account  Peggy Pockrant of Madeira  Park, Ls a patient in St Paul's  Hospital in Vancouver. Freddy,  though not an Egmont boy, is  well known here as he has  worked at O.B. Logging for a  considerable period; He��� was  suddenly taken ill while at  work and r later moved to St.  Paul's for further diagnosis of  his case. Latest report is that  he is progressing favorably  and is expected home in a fe-v  days. In-the meantime, keep an  eye on those pretty nurses,  Freddy. (And if a young1 fellow would do anything else,  but).  Another man, well-known in  this area, is Arnold Eigenman  who is reported missing in the  rough country between the head  of Jervis Inlet ond Chilco .Lake.  Arnold is a husky, experienced  woodsman, uied to outdoor llv-  ln the past, they have made  weekly collections from their  fellow students, over a period  of several weeks, until they  reached their target This year,  however, they hope to have a  two-day "blitz," when instead  of canvassing, they are going  to provide services for which  they will expect fair pay.  On Saturday, Nov. 6, boys and  girls will comb knocking at  your doors. They will ask for  a job���any Job' they arc capable  Students offer work  fund raising drive  THE GRADE 7 students at Sechelt Elementary School  have-thought up a new "twist" to their "PUSHPAM"  fund-raising drive this year.  ���"���"-1 ���  of handbng���and they promise  to do it well1 These youngsters  will work for you for an hour,  two hours, or however long  they're needed, and all they ask  for is an honest wage for honest  work They don't want "handouts ��J The "deal" is this:' boys  and girls work, and employers  pay them for that work  Then, on Friday, November  12, from 12 noon to 1 pm,,  there will be a "PUSHPAM"  rummage, bake, comic, candy,  popcorn, and lots of other  "goodies" _aic, where these  enterprising young people hope  to raise sufficient money to  support their friend for another  year. . ^ ',  If you don't knew about Push-  pnm, ask the children, they'll  tell you!  Here are the.names of your  * prospective employees for Saturday morning, Nov. 6:  Kenny Akcson, Warren Allan,  Charlotte Bain, Bobby Benner,  Terry Brackett, Wendy By-  , stedt, Paul Cavalier, Phyllis  Crowston; Eric Durrant, David  Erickson, Michael Evans, CJlcn-  dc, Feschuk, Jonn Gory, peter  Hansen, Greg Hayes, Undo  Hensch, Grant Hubbs, Janice  Jaeger, Sharon Law son,  Michael Luotna, Glenys Mac-  leod, Richard McNutt, Elfrieda  Moldowan, Ricky Nelson, Dan*  ny Nestman, Gloria Sheridan,  Raymond Sheridan, Beverley  Simmons, Terry Stewart, Linda  Strachan, Greg Wallis, Bobby  Waters, Valerie Wilson, BrOpda  Nickerson, Linda Pearson,  Mark Ronnie.  V~V -  _ "~ *!  ti.  &  \  V  h  1~-  tu-_  %        }     m.  'A  1 *  1 1   ��r  aturewi  v *"V -.    '>**'.  7,. ���ip-.V.l' '1 1.7.  1  <i<  ���.jl ,��'fj  v *���',,  il. sW�� -^JMat��i^H��*^'M��iiiM*ii-h��toM*i4*'tti  i^to *H& ***Mt*WsM W h^ Hi Vi*Ws*��^  ERVICES  TORTOISE BAY  (Sccholt)   tfSS,"  Air Charter O Airicifalt Maititefiiatice  Fishing  Hunting  Freight  Contract Flying  Sightseeing Tours  Timber Cruising  Air-Taxt  , Aiit^AmBiuance  * *.__���_* __tt__fiW.__*a _a||__'''H' ��� ��� ' fci^^jiiiHi Ii *"*��� m*****^^*1'***' 1  seers a.  I* *  lJ*��tWw-Jirt*-Wli*W!!ip��*W SftJf i*��W*t��w-(ri**j <WM��.WW**HU-pa.��i9^**^*lw��!^^ *.*^*Wfa^^*WWHWt**ttWiMU.f*ft^  \      \  'I ,  PHONE SECHELT Q05-^5<S)�� AMD BOOK FLIGHT  It takes Nature five years ox ipm to WKjed many fd^  oieas after thoy have been loggod. But in the timberlands  ��� two manage, trained foi^  heela of departing loggers. We have other ways cf nudging  Nature, too. Careful spacing of new plantings is one ex-  ���1    ..:��� ;������ f I  another. As a xeatilt of theso nnd other torestry measures,'  the timber crop will be ready for harvesting about ten  years earlier than ^'natuW? foreate. And they'll eventually  yield as much as 40% more wood per acre. In your greatgrandchildren's world, where forest product* will be more,  *   ��!  amplerSelectivothmmng of-trees fo^  t.iY��iJK -bliVIIl.  y  Building the forests 0/ theJtUw^ l3ui(ding tHfmuto if the Sorbin.  ' fc  ' t * p      1 ' : .' '  1    ��, H ** ^����,fr��w^^*V*^w��rl,^*,���^^ >        l. t ��� *!      "     V  - ,   .  ,��ti    -. . \ * U'orr-v .  7 .*���������',.������?���<; -7'<7S  ' J7"*t ^  'zkMni'^A  ?S>'.'olSA-p%'  liJU ''S*---t,.'_l  anyw^vro' '  SpJ^I__��Nr5U-A7��  ft !��/      *i_        K *-���  "i    .     .  ��� *  litnel*  lzkAZ<*"^  + *     *. ^  pat<'^��  .***  '^7tF*L ^r77~'  ,^3f*tiy*ewn��n5- but I shall not be so wrong as to jail to say what 1 believe to be right.'  " 2A.A -���   '  <__����� r       i  _______________  -John Atkins  r.  ���*��  ������       Wednesday, November 3,1965  fri���*  <u  We Will IleiBieiiibes* Tkeiia  I k V if  ��^ v77,  |;IX'/3\r, WARS "have been fought over the ages and As the years come and go, their memory  fx7r7_7a'' ''     'Will indeed be fought again and again, grows dim though not forgotten completely,  " lor as*Ion" as man inherits the" earth petty dif- tor as long as disabled veterans are able to  ferences will continue to culminate in sense- manufacture the poppy emblem, most of us  less battles  resulting in the deaths of count- will remember the true signifcance of Remem-  lesr thousands, of innocent, forced into uni- brance Day by giving as generously as possible  _ _  - i.W  pppp*'  > /  1 V  form  S *'  UnfortunjtelVj,  there  are" uars of pnn-  :\ ciple, when those who cherish freedom, take  e"JJ* up arms in order to protect their loved ones  7 * and fellows beings from the fetters of t\ranical  dictatorship  Tho^e who fall during the bloody carnage  wrecked upon the free worlds b> power crazy  fanatics, leave behind a memorv ne\er obliterated in their immediate tamih circle but  quickly forgotten by the world at large.  Remembrance Da\ serves to perpetuate  their memor>. perhaps not as individuals who  left their loved ones, never to return, but as  those who gave their lives fighting for our most  valued possession, freedom.  and for one minute observing a silence in their  memory.  The debt we owe the fallen of two world  wars is impossible to repay, but the slaughter  of six million Jews, the horrors of concentration camps and the salt mines of Siberia, all  serve to emphasize the hideous fate awaiting  the western world but for the millions who  made the supreme sacrifice.  This is what Remembrance Day stands  for: dedication to the memory of those who  gave so much that we might continue to live in  peace.  When volunteer canvassers call with their  poppies, please give generously, the cause is  great and the need tremendous,  To�� Many Bosses  MORE   ABOUT   ...  PJFJ. chamber  from page 1-* ���  sources, and many present purchased   Society   memberships,  it was pointed out that policing  -of-sports-fishihg-was-also-nced--  ed.  It was said that many sports  fishermen are not "Simon  pure" in their observance of  '���catch limits, or in the protection of spawning fish. Some  protest was voiced against the  present closure of commercial  trolling while allowing open  sports fishing ,because conser*  vation should not be the responsibility of just the commercial fisherman.  Introduced by Peter Banja-  field was a discussion on road  maps, which do not sMw Pender Harbour, the entire area  being indicated only by Irvines  Landing He pointed out that  Pender Harbour is non-existant  except on Marine Charts.  It was suggested that efforts  be made to have the map printers indicate the Pender Harbour area by shading.  Read fo the meeting was a  letter from Royal Murdoch,  expressing appreciation of the  life membership in the Chamber which was given to him  by the P.H. Chamber of Commerce He told of personal-sat^  Page 4    , Sechelt Peninsulo Times      We J. - Nov. 3,1965  The Reader's Right  Letters to the Editor must carry a signature and address, atihougHa  ��� ������ pen-name may be used-for publication.������     -v���-*���  **Sr��Y  -.-r  AN intolerable situation existing at the municipal airport calls for a speedy solution,  for as things' stand, we have a conscientious -  and enthusiastic airport caretaker who can be  literally fired without any say whatsoever from  either village council.  It appears that although he is looking after  the municipal airport, dispensing gasoline from  pumps paid for by the municipalities and attending a multitude of small chores involving  the operation of the airport, his future hangs  upon the dictates of the private aero club.  Pavment for these responbilities takes the  form of* a small miserable shack as free living  quarters. This has not been questioned by the  caretaker and has no particular bearing on the  situation, except that the building belongs to  the club.  This is by no means a censure upon the  aero club members, without them there would  have been no airport and they deserve the  isfaction experienced in his  years .of association with the  Chamber. Mr. Murdoch is presently on staff with the B.C.  Tourist Bureau in Vancouver.  The annual election of officers and directors will be held  at the general meeting of  Chamber on November 15.  an important commercial airport.  Tt has, however, been made abundantly  clear by the airport committee, consisting  of members of both councils, that it'is strictly  a municipal airport. It is therefore logical that  anyone employed as a caretaker of this said  same riiunicipal airport, should be responsible  to no other than the actual airport committee.  Any question of hiring or firing should be their  responsibility. That a private club should be  put in this position is both impractical and  undesirable. Certainly it is not fair to a care- ti        1 _  taker who has to play "yes man" to a number   af   PfiTlQPT'  |1{__T_J__  of people. He pleases one and upsets another   u wuuw-i   Aiwxuu  with the result a move is quickly devleoped  to have him removed,  A, situation such as this is totally ^lnfair  to all concerned. The remedy is simple and  should be undertaken at once. Our airport has  proved to be of increasing service to the flying  public; the very least to be expected is that  a reasonable cabin be provided for a caretake  In error  I'Editor, The,Times:  Sir-v-Wish to draw your atten-  * ton -to an error in your paper  ' of Oct. 13, )965 on< the transportation of school children  from Gambier Island (for the  first time).  In 1952 I started with' the Sea  Wolf II transporting children  " from Port Mellon (before there  was a road) and Gambier .Is-  land��jU41so for two years  b^^^^^hildren  from   Bowen  * l^^P^p well as Gambier Is-  Fwas on this run seeing child-  ien start and finish high school  ��� for 11 years. During that Wm.  Sutherland and Gordon Ballen-  tyne ran a story of the Sea Wolf  II "This School Bus is a Boat,"  in the magazine section that the  large newspapers buy for the  weekend,  picture  of Sea  Wolf  II   and  children  on  the  front  cover.  In 1957 I had Edwin Monk a  naval   architect  from   Seattle,  Wash., design the Sea Wolf \T  -afid-had the sMp^uilt-in-gan-���-statements   'as   MrrHffatsoi  couver.   This   ship  transported    which  can  four-trips (on account of fog)  and never late for school. ,  .. Wishing good^ luck and fortune to my former ship, happy  and safe voyages to the children.    '  ' ���GEORGE T7 HUNTER,  Grantham's Landing.  y  Insulting statement  Editor, The Times:     ,    '  Sir���Re "Breakwater Designer Checks two Locations." Mr.  Watson's statment about "Back  Room Politicians" etc., shows  that if you don't belong to his  particular "club" you are a no-  * body, which is an insult to  many, including our village  commissioner, an insult to their  intelligence, ability and democratic rights to express opinions by and large on the breakwater project or anything else.  I am most certain that Mr,  Watson's new-found friend  Jack Davis  above average  and ability  vyould not  Ueves JhaK inasmuch as "the ^Dionee^edjtbs^atea?;;*, /: *   *  breakwater is4 in the hands of   ', Anyone interested ,in/th>i* ^  the P.W,D. it is not too likely * opinion can ^ contact me^orfur*, r  to beJnfluenced by politics one   ther'information.; A^\.A ,*, ^ '}-.  way or'another. However, Tr'e^ ���   v  '    ^-ART^AMES, 7^;  speet ,the opinions of those ,who . v,      -^ ujaiheSs Wharf, <  -belieye,it will be.lV  -*-��� 1 iam^supporting -JackJDavis  ' by ���' my ' vote," the same '< as I  would such people as the/ late  Tonv Duffy who in my mind  did so much to help get the  breakwater started.  I am very -much Jo opposition to building the breakwater  at Selma Park. I feel it should  be built at the West1 End of-the  beach in front of the village.  The Selma Park location, vtopo-  _ graphically and commercially,  will only be a duplication of  Gibsons in the future, ��� and I  can't help feel that the thousands of boat owners in the future are going to t wonder why  it couldn't be built nearer flat  land and the existing stores.  It is only to obvious new businesses and" hotels, etc. will  want to locate on top of the  , highway and breakwater.  Where will that leave the existing businesses many of whom  The Times  Phone 885-96S4  Surprise shower  children .from Bowen Island  and Gambier Island till.thp end  of 1963. Z  ���   In March of 1964 I sold the  Sea  Wolf V.. to  the B.C.  Toir  Authority  Ferry  System,,   thus  moving out of the water taxi  business after 18 years.  During the 11 years of transr  porting school children I never  had an accident, nor* any insurance  claims  and only  missed  GUEST of honor at a surpise  shower party at the home of  Mrs. Allen Walker, was bride-  to-be, Wendy Duncan. Friends  who gathered to extend good  wishes,and present gifts, were  Mrs. Hf. Warnock, Mrs. D.  Harris,- Mrs. f-R-^ Phillips, Mrs.  W. Ackroyd, Mrs. M. Rae, Mrs.  highest praise for their work toward its esta- and that some degree of stability be established   L. Olsen, Mrs. R. Higgins, Miss  blishmeritbTWithout doub^ con- "asTo his future. Without himrtherUnway would ^^HayMair.--imp-Mr.pW^!��rHr=  tinue to contribute to great extent in furthering revert to a drag strip and vandalism would  the progress of what will eventually develop as flourish.  Organize Against Steeefa  ;y  A  Guest Editorial by Ben Lang        ,    ..  DURING a visit to Nanaimo over the last  Thanksgiving weekend, it proved something of a shock to discover the beautiful surrounding districts permeated with filthy fumes.  It,'is regrettable that the so called economic security of a district has to be the dictator  over all-residents and visitors. Stink or stench  from Harmac is the subject to which I refer.  The sunshine and temperature oa ,tiiat  weekend were perfect ="but tie stench fining  part of the three days and all night was enough  to make anyone wonder who's rotten cabbage  was still cooking on the stove?  I have read various articles by eminent  industrial chemists and wood product engineers, and in general they say the smell is an  unfortunate part of the lucrative pulp and  paper industry. This reasoning would seem to  be a simple excuse. Modern technology must  be able to cure, or possibly make use of,  i - . , ' ;WV  Of Many Things . . .  *  VI  i!  *l 1      A  7  A  '  7  ��*.*���' wjAMMHifeWiUti. 1��  ,*t  by Ambrose Hills  RISING PRICES  Housewives have headaches on shopping days.  They find so many items steadily inching up'in  price. Who should they blame it on?  My belief is that we've brought these price  increases on ourselves by' encouraging governments  to iax and spend, tax and spend.' Included in thc  cost of everything we buy is that unseen ingredient  -���the share the tax men took ,all down the line.  ��� As a result of heavy government spending and  consequent taxing, both Canada and thc United  States arc experiencing inflation. It is. worse in the  USA than it is in Canada, because in the States  labor has been severe in its demands and between  ii and the government, thc impetus given to prices ,  has been tremendous. In Canada, labor has bcen  more reasonable, because our labor leaders know  , that rapidly rising wages arc of little use if productivity doesn't, match the, increase.  Onc cause of heavy government spending is  , the Hharcd post idea. ProvinciuV govcrnmunis!undertake projects because part of 'the money comes from  the central;government* If they had to raise i\ all  themselves, they'd be more prudent.  Mo.it bt the big projects go to big cities, Jt is  true these big cities experience a boom and create  a lot of Jobs, but the former or sniall-iowner who  f-liurcs Hie cost Is gelling hit hard, He ought to be  -���creaming to high heaven about it; but the goyern*  mentsJiayft��managcd...tQ.��make-it,,appear,.ieac(ionary-  to condemn any project that appears to.bo. for tho  public benefit.  True,;wo ��ll like good roads, fine buildings,  beautiful parks and the like, and these should be  developed as wo con afford iheni. What is to be  deplored most Is the proliferation of government  boards and bureaux, travelling royal commissions,  expensive '.but pfic'n ill-conccivcd welfare schemes  '(Iia( will create ''Kadfare'', if there is suchi"a word.  What Is needed most In Hie field of'wclfiiro  today, for all thc people, Is a dolla. that Is worth a  dollar nnd will buy a dollar's worth of (pod. clothing  and hhelicr. 7,  the sulphurous clouds, belching from the stacks  of the digesters. In congested city areas a man  is liable to a fine if he as much as burns rubbish  or leaves in a back yard incinerator.  In Sechelt we often get the odour when  the wind is southerly and sometimes guests will  ask, who's septic tank doesn't function? I  usually point across to the big white cloud  from Harmac and tell them it's money, money,  money.  /��� ��There. exists.-., an, element ;of apathy jto-  ward this smelly problem which also permeates  the Sunshine Coast from Port Mellon. Some  people say "Ohl you get used to it after a while  and after all it's the end product of my darned  good salary." "  I most definitely agree that these industries are the back bone of many communities  and essential to Canada's great development.  BUT, why should we be complacent about the  encroachment of stinks, air and water pollution  in the very areas we so cherish for ourselves  and the tourists yearn to come to?  My suggestion is this: Every organized  body within the area affected by this stink  raise a stink to get rid of the stink.  Linda^Malcolm; Mrs: Wv Wardr  Mrs. H. Fairweather, Mrs. Garrison, Mrs. H. McCallum, Mrs.  Hyatt. Also present was Mrs.  L. Duncan mother of Wendy.  A beautifully decorated bride-  doll cake made by Mrs. Walker, was presented to Wendy.  Wedding date of Nov. 12, has  been set by Wendy who will become the bride of Ron Phillips.  Gibsons  THE  TIMES IS A  UNION-LABEL   NEWSPAPER  ESSO OIL FURNACES  No Down Payment - Bank Interest  v 'Ten^Years To^Pay"^"  COMPLETE LINE OF APPLIANCES  Call 886-2728  courage  his,  expressing  ions that Mr.  der to serve  the best of  So far I  any "Claptrap5  press. Unless  questibn  of  breakwater  "claptrap?'  I am one  For Free Estimate  Sea Cadets with good attendance records and certain other qualifications may be permitted to go on cruises in RCN ships or attend  one of the summer training establishments for a 7-weeks trades  training course. In addition, many cadets are selected to attend o  2-week course in HMCS QUADRA, the Sea Cadet Training Establishment at Comox, on Vancouver Island.  I  ^uiimmitiM/Mimm/ifimmiwiiimmmiii//Fmh.  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Subscripti6n Kates;  (In advance)  $5 - 2 y'tnt$, J9'�� 3'Yeoni- $13  U.S. nnd 1 orcit. i, $5,M)  LMMWwmTwrirrn- "i��� -*���fi���r~)rf-T--��� t~i '  How Shaft We Escape  There sire two questions which I wish to put lo  you for your consideration, which, ns far ns I know,  have never been answered and to which there is no  answer, One. has lo do with profit and loss���the chief  concern of a materialistic world; thc other has to do  with cscnpc and security, also t\\e concern of man-  kind,  'The first was posed'to mankind by Jesus Christ  nnd is: "What is n man prpfitcd if he shall gain .the  whole world and lose his own soul"? or "What ��hnll  n mini give in exchange'.'for hip soul"? 'as recorded in  Mutlhcw's Gospel chapter 16 verse 26. The modern  English, translation asks "What will a man gain hy,  winning thc whole world at Ihc cos| of his Iruc  self? Or what can he give that will buy llui| true self  back"? It Is true that many people arc selling them*  p��M!lvc��*for matcrlnhguin*��*but��will'-nevcr��be*"ln*tlio-  posltion to buy themselves free, in other words, lo  redeem thcptsclvci. Which brings us to the second  (|ucslion, ���������.'  7 '.'������".'      ' ' ���  ,MUow shall wc escape if wo neglect so great  salvation", tho letter to the Hebrews chapter 2 verso'1  3, A modern rcndcring.ls ''What escape can there be  for us we Ignore:�� deliverance so great"?The writer  ���.of,J(l)e letter,lias,been speaking of Jesus Christ who  came into the world lo effecj a reconciliation between  God and man by removing sin���In other words the  redemption of man���and thc question he raises Is "If  we do not aviill ourselves of this redemption, which  we cannot effect ourselves, what other way Is there?"  The picture he draws Is not of man <lfllbcrntcly  rejecting God's offer but of Ignoring It or neglecting  It���postponing the decision or, ns ho mentions In an  caijlci���,Yer*c7 allowing ,^^  Many people realize In Jhelr subconscious mind  thtd one day they will have to take mmo time to consider the important "niajlcr" of Clod and their re*  liitiont-hlp to Him but ��o many other thing** come  . ...along .i-pd. thcy,po*lpencJhc .diiy^f-JecislanvM'tyJ,  I    Miggcct that it might lie later limn you think and  isoinu action must be taken.  Think over these two questions and If you have  no answers accept Oocl's offer of redemption and  forgiveness of sin through Jesus Christ.  ���Itev. Arthur V. Willis. Ucthcl (Sechelt) nnd  ,, ,   Calvary (Gibsons) Duplet Churches,  )1(  iewitz  Shell Oil Disfribnfor  GIBSONS, B.C.  Phono 886-2133  I _a��^*^��*M��^'��t^-^!��W<^(WW*��'B-  HomeVde  Stihl Cham Saws  Pioneer  Parts  Accessories  /' ' ��� ''"''     ' '  JACOBSEN ROTARY RrlOWERS  J, L. 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SolS^^i^ /'I^^78i_JS'5'ff *  Doris ai-d'Anily Atchison; Mar-' 22J�� ** ��� fe^f*^ *ap/  jory. antfW^akay, Cheryl W* �� /ender last Tuesday.  Ind Bob ^ricbSn7NaAcy.W, As we tt^ about'to leave vfor  Stan   Browne Rosemary   andf SSf-l'S K S5L?f ?etn,f *  BUI  Ward >an  and  Henry *����* iBt ft   'f W"  Whitaker, John Perry and VBill *Jffi 9* *as+^*dJ,m;1i1le  Cross. Vera and.Ed Lowe were ��� SfiS* *>* A*Vt^e1 <  absent arid Grace 'and Denny ^ sjid no 3ust o^en the trunk1  Harling-hope to-join ihe squares v ^d ^"^ Mve in and save  next weekend and, of cour*e,\ gas as we ���*? ?��th gMng the  Harry  Cooper  Avas v there  but ^e way. With that announce-  as usual had ,a Very good ax* mew  euse s for   not  danding.   Well,  maybe ndxt weelc.     ,          <  < As you see'we'had over t*o    last laugh   HoweVeri  between  sets  and this is a  long way   Bob . ^y   and   ^ sel��* we  fTih6 iW h0^'. WQ **-* " fwh the trouble was a  bad  -ted, with, so why don't you join   battery cable> so by using a  m the fun of square dancing    jurflpiable ^ car i^\^  ^,V jC/1 ....   T    _        *r we came home on the genera-  _jr^5^li^"a^s-^e���tor^s_the^only-rower4.��rcc��T-  S^ffiJ0 FF- xlHriesfon ���aod    and that's  theway   ft   ��.,  Sl1^ Ci"b XS Tn Cl��3ed. t0,    st��ua�� dancers are the friend-  S? SnrfT,7S ,*!,��� St'aVt    �����* P��*to. Star thru for now.  the second half of the season  after the new year. What did f  you say? Why do we close the A nnthpr   nmiOnf  club to new members after four XXllUllM/A   UlUJCwl  or five nights? Well, I will tell  you. If one keeps bringing in  new members each-night it is  impossible to get away far past JACK DAVIS, liberal candi-  an allemande left and this holds date for re-election in Coast-  back the dancers who have al- Capilano, told an all-candidate  ready learned the first basics meeting in Squamish he is con-  in square dancing and keeps fident that work will start in  them from progressing the way the spring on a $2 million pro-  they  would like to,  so  watch iect to control flooding on the  ,��,_,._���     v*_'^ �� fr      ft. *\        �� ��i uj      *���*_   *-���-._���    *___7____   _ik___tf*,______   **___.__      _u-_ -      ^  COLUMBIA MEDICAL  ���*   1  *fc_i& approved by vtbe doctors Mi^^^ayisixse^  ���'.���"SSSsip  "*   ���r7'?*-    ^-v  to en^re thai^w^persoii^tt,^s^bl  ���   7^'5 ^ ^at:^ reasonable mkiM^&/{ '"' - e',  ENROLL BEFORE DECEMBER 1  -r   FOR BEMEHt_JAJlifciia7  Ma  i;  -a  7t  -cwhi; udnter.  is forthcoming  ���RON WHYTE-of Sechelt trips the light-fantastic with ^n  exotic Eastern dancer at the Sechelt ^ocTapd' G|m  Annual Masquerade Dance. --'<-..  ��� *      -     ������  ���!���    IP ���''p III ��� pp        i T      "i  Board considers . . . j <      J        "*'/.,,  1   '     * '      P   ���      *    PP' I   ���   " ���* T 1 i  Hon. Eric Martin urges ;  ' "' >v pJ" * s   ' * *��� -5-  nnmliasy nursing usiifs  The Peninsula Times for a date    Squamish  and  Mamquam  Bi- AT THE Recent B.C. Hospitals Association* Convention-  when new beginners will again    vers- in Vancouver, the Hon. Eric Martin, minister of  be taken into the fun j�� square       "The federal government will health, utsed" all the delegates from various  hospital  maIShJtSe P^0?1?,1 ����vw?: boards throwghdirt.ihe province to go back to their medi-  !2��  ��SJh S�� 1ar' ��� svl?   cal centres'^nd give immediate attention to the build-  Davis, "with  the municipality    ina n( <_���,r*,i^_ ^.t*��n-n_r _,���ifC  If jrauare notone of the one,bu��idred��ndfpiiyihcrusand  persons already insured Jiythfe British Columbia Medicail  Plan,enrol\'nOv^-/beforeDecemberl 7td recefve comprehensive .medicarcoverage from January 1- This-is the  final OpenperiOcI in 1965. The next open period will be  April, 1966 for coverage-from June'l, J.966.  YourPrwincial:G6^ernftmeftt5pays one-half of  the premiums for petsbrfe^antT families who  had ho'taxablfrinponie)!! 1964 ana one-quarter  of the- premium for. persons and"farnilies who  had taxable ina>me of $1-000 orjessin 1964.  MONTHLY PREfillUHS HI ONE PHfSDHt $5.0?:�� :F5?. LY;0F JW0: ?W-��0 �� fAWiLt OF THREE OlT JBORE: $12.50  ~,APPLY HPW-.. FOR 5H.EHTS FROM JAHUftRY 1 - ISAItTHIS APPUCATIBH RE(UJE^MUPfi��3��IDAY!*���" /:     '   7;  .���-����--*--^^-.----rt-.-5;--���-"- ^cutslong cfoifetf line*     " ���w--��� t 7 *" T T *  dancing.  The Sechelt Pronjenaders are  ises of new couples looking  very bright.indeed, Next week  we start to brush up on all the  NEED A CAR?  NEW or USED  TRY  Peninsula  Motor Prod.  SECHELT, B.C.  Ph. 885-2111 . Ted Farewell  total cost.  Davis pointed out that without  the control measures a combination of high tide and flood  conditions on the two rivers  would result in the main street  of Squamish being five feet under water. _  A system of dykes will  straighten the rivers and allow  it to scour a deeper channel instead of eroding its banks or  reverting to old channels.  This is the first time anything  will have been done about the  rivers,  and   federal   engineers  These would, be adjacent to  their hospitals and for the con  turning care of patients in hos*  the   matter  their   earnest  at-  ._ ,        . .   .  . ���..,,    tention, and very soon a spec-  pital, no .longer acute^irtsUU    w c0^mitt������ ^ be appo^t.  needing nursing care before  they returned to their homes.  The Provincial ��nd Federal  Governments will again assist  in the financing of the cost of  construction. The amount needed in our case might be in the  pe'ighb-fhood of ,,$300,000. Of  this, our Provincial Government will contribute a third,  the Federal Government a third  and tbe balance would be raised   by  a   nominal  additional  AT THE SECHELT RESERVE HALL  Friday, November Sfh  at 8:00 p.m.  r      ���   GOOD PRIZES ��� EVERYONE .WELCOME  Lost Game Min. $50  __3)__JiSi-  are at work now checking out   Provittcial Tax on property hoi*  ftnaj cost estimates.     ders fa ^ ^^^  No plebiscite authorizing the  borrowing-of funds will be required, as in the construction  of the new St. Mary's Hospital.  Mr. Martin said funds were  .available lor such projects ahd  he urged the delegates to tackle the job of presenting a  brjef to the prpvinciai government, outlining their particular  _. needs .at the. earliest possible  date. It is felt that if building  ed to tackle this pressingly  needed Nursing Unit. It will be  built immediately adjacent to  the present hospital, and may  at ther outset provide 15 to 20  "beds for Continuing Care Patients, with the provision for  more as and when needed  It is understood that the  building is not a Nursing Home  for the Aged. It only-appKes to  patients who might otherwise  be discharged from the present  Acute General Hospital. It  must conform to the requirements of'the Government in  every way, and all the plans  will be closely studied by the  Department of Health, whose  head is the Hon. Eric Martin  I  I  1  I  I  I  1  I  J  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  t  I  I  I "  I  1 ���  1  I  I  I  i  I  I  I  1  " *       ft*     ������; !  BRITISH COLUMBIA MEDICAL *LAN,  P.O.BOX 1600, '   4       -  VICTORIA, B.C.    -"-       -;--*���     ��  s -*   * *���  7  * Send me an application form and further information on THE PLAN.   ^ ^     *-  * To be eligible for coverage under the British Columbia Medical Plan. I understand that I must be a resident  of British Columbia. - -' * ' _:>       ' 7 V  * To qualify for a Premium Subsidy, I understand that 1 must have been a resident of British Columbia for  the twelve previous months and have annual income within defined levels.;  PJ-2A2E PRINT  NAMEL.  a  _E__S___  THE TIMES  IS A  UNION-LABEL   NEWSPAPER  I  I  I  I  f  I  1  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  "I  I  *  I  I  I  I  1  I  1  I  L  I  ' " 7"- * '      "      '    i  fBiHTISI-i GOi.UEKIBiJk _^ii_3��a _S^IL (PB��^C^   < ^ <  '    ; 7".    ' r ' " v  T ��� - ','  1410 GOVERNMENT STREET, VICTORIA, B.C..,_' - 7  Initiated by the Government of British Columbia     Approved by the Doctors of British Columbia  The Honourable W. A. C. Bennett, LLD., Premier of Britlsh^Columbia  The Honourable Wesley D. Black, Provincial Secretary  r  r. i 1-1 l i i i l i i l l f i i l 1*  ���-..-.-1 i i i i i ii i M r i i i i i i i.  Number                Street or Box Number or Rural Route ' -  I   I   I    I    I    I I   I    I   III   I   I   -I   I    I   1 Br.  City or, Town  fc  -si  j   _  I   -1  ���t.%  *J  i  -.   i~n ~i--���r~~r���** - ��� *ir niirrinn*i iiinnnnfinruitiniin-nn-iiiiniwwiMiiuijiiijuuuij-w  Mom  ftiftWm  |Su()p|ieS7  MsAAfSP-tySii  I  STATIONERY  GET YOUR  OFFICE  SUPPIIFS  i *��� ���*  i  - TYPEWRITERS  with I  ^he::A^ime&.  vh*yvnP***vrvit*mm**0>*Tiritw*<**mirimmi^^  costs could be ^submitted to the  Government at an early date,  * appropriation's"' might v possibly  be made during the spring sitting of onr "Provincial House.  Thc B.C. Hospital Insurance  are prepared to pay a per diem  operating grant to a Continuing Care Hospital as they do  to Acute Hospitals.  Thc plan insures two things:  That  the   heretofore   so-called  ' Chronic Cases would no longer  be described as such, but would  simply move from the acute  hospital- wards into thc wards  of thc Continuing Care Hospital and relieve the pressure in  , tho Acute Hospitals. Staff requirements . and equipment  would bo assured the patient  we often .describe as CONVALESCENT.  Heretofore mnny convales*  cent pnticnts had to be kept  on In the. hospital',,ns it) was  Impossible for them to carry on  in their homes, nnd meant the  bods thoy usedvwero not available, for acute oasoa,  Tho Hospital Board Is giving  ftwa��*,*S*tf_4p!ii'#to'  f��*��#��)H*��frnmfs* i"Ws*l*liHfeS(WU*,<(V  ti, ��*j 0 itt-fiVwtnoJMK  FOR THE PARTY WITH THE  ���f-  >Sl*!((il(/!M*J��**^.-igsi*Bsti'fiiSn Mf��  NEW DEMOCRATIC PARTY  Coast Capilano N.D.P. Campaign Commlttco  1:  ltmnN��*l^'(��<i-^M^mp^M^i^w^t^i^-^t-l_^^av^ -A.  ft,   *m>.  *-* -)-*.   ���*���  *���  V    -A  ^T-* ~*f">*,-'   ��  *. f  .    f  \  cwv  ���*.'  JA*f ��-r I  T M  _  Li.         a  ��7^V\tf *;'\~fW?  \  ^  .��� j  J-    V  isr  5*S  By Mqrcig Wheeler . ,7.  *i a, A <.  7  i r  V  ,*7  offers great potential  GIBSONS PTA recently performed a public service bj  bringing to the district Mr. J. E. Mathews, ETV> consultant for B.C. Telephone, Educational television in tht  classroom is -not a new idea���many schools fortunate  WW* Enough to possess TV, have tuned in to the CBC educa-  *#_& *.t_Oii[al programs for some time.       Matoy parents would perhaps ~  \r \ Shudder at the thought- of more    teachers  time  to  prepare and  check assignments. Classes arf  broken into smaller groups foi  more individual tuition but eacl  students has the benefit of a  specialised instructor.  In this way ITV can makt  the best possible use of tht  specialist teacher by having tht  lessons video-taped for future  use; these would be rerun fpi  slower learners .and even used  for night school tuition.  One   can   even   picture   tht  faster  learners   forging   ahead  n their own  as ^uT Chicago's*  TV College where! Mr. Shortei  reports, students'spend most of  their   time   at  individual   con  soles   ordering  up 'video-taped  -lectures���cove*ring^-ti_e���v/hob  curriculum. They would not be  glued to such sets all day for  they   would   need   to   conduct  their    own    experiments    and  work out problems in the technical field.  Mr. Shorter also points out  that development in video tape  recording has been dramatic.  Three years ago the cheapest  machine cost $30,000." Today,  through the research-of a British company, machines are a-  vailable for $200 with a better  model selling for $600.  The Kamloops system, which.,  has now been adopted, in Duncan on Vancouver Island, consisted  in the early  stages of  two   cameras,   ll   monitors,   a  /complete sound system and  broadcast v consoles capable of  a two channel operation, leased from B.C. Telephone Co. for  $5,100 per year. Th_s<-does not  provide for video tape recording which would be essential  for full use of the system.  There is much to be said for  ITV, many graduates think  twice about entering the teaching profession because of the  . large classes they ar:e>_expect-.  ed to teach. It would also be  extremely beneficial for student teachers working as a team  with the TV teacher.  Another. favorable ..factor   is  , the training of vocational stud-  ' ents to'work as technicians in  the school district studio, this  -was   done -in   Kamloops   and  -..i- v^-*' extensive use of TV in schools,  Mt on further investigation of  the, subiect there is much to  recommend it, for student-  would only use it for instruction while still occupying a  large part of the day working  on assignments.  "There is no doubt that students today do not receive the  individual instruction they require, resulting in loss of interest and confidence.  Referendums can build class-^  rooms but cannot produce tea  chers, classes are already too  large and in such cases teachers find it impossible to efficiently check the work of their  -pupils   Grades eleven and twelve in  academic and vocational classes ; are* 'getting larger each  year ahd With the increase in  educational requirements that  employers now demand, more  specialist teachers will be  needed. Even if school districts  could afford and were allowed  the extra teachers it is doubtful  if* they would be available.  Instructional TV would provide a solution and is long past  the experimental stage, having  been adopted in the USA, Germany, France, Great. Britain  and many other countries.  In   a   series   of   articles   on  educational   television,   written  by Larry Shorter, who conducts  the   closed   circuit  TV  project  in North  Kamlops  it is  men-V-  tioned  that in  Glasgow,   Scotland where they are presently  short some 1400 teachers, a clo-..  sed. circuit   station   links    56,  schools   and will  be  extended  to 281 in the next two years..  Although ITV (instructional  TV) will never replace the  class room teacher, by using  several monitors in a large  room it enables a large group  of students in one or more  schools to receive expert tuition. At the, same time these  students are supervised by one  classroom teacher giving other  <  \  Shoeing at ffij. '*���  Sechejt Tjieatee  WINNER   of   a * number" of ��  ���a-vnprdTiT^^isdliesTT-f^Tth'e  Field,4/ features' Sidney Peltier tJ  named the best aotot; ajt the -  Berlin  Film * Festival, for' his' " "f  starring role    *. ���*  Seen this week at the Sechelt  Tbeatre^it is considered one of  the best and most entertaining  films to haye come along in  years  Poitier _ performance as an  itinerant worker who becomes  involved with five > strangely  dressed women who turn out to  be nuns, has all the humor, pathos and all the additional elements which scored such a hit  in "Going My Way."  This  is  another  of  the  top-  quality movies brought to the  Peninsula   by   your   Sechelt  Theatre.  e6  Sechelt Peninsula Times  i' i' i'"  W*&, NoV. 3,1?��5  Times" AdBriefs  are  MIGHTY MIDGETS  Apple dunking  YOUNG faces portray various moods of '.anticipation as  these Wilson Creek Brownies1 await their turn i to  dunk for apples. Busy in the tub are Sheryl Edberg and  Diane Beck, (front row, from-left) Darcy Stephanson/  Cathy Marcroft, Karen Phillips and Karen Spencer.  Back row, Cindy Nygren, Nancy Stroshein, Debbie Con-  roy, Lynne and Laurie Tyson* ..,'.".  Happy groups * . .  Brownie Pack& active  with Halloween event  MOTHERS of the 1st Sechelt Brownie Pack baked a  wonderful   array   of   Halloween   goodies' for -ther"  Brownie Party held on Monday, October 25.  Centrepiece of the. decorated    ~~"      _. ���_ .. ~    :  table was an iced forest com-    Pam   Benner,   Sheryi  iSdberg,  plete with cake toadstools made    Margaret Gibbons, Debbie Cam-  by Mrs. Neil Hanson and a big    phell;   Kathy   Marcroft,   Darcy  witchjs^cake.. made;���7by,; ^  Bud Fearnley. Laurie Tyson.  Brownies    entertained    with  THE  TIMES  IS A  UNION-LABEL   NEWSPAPER  CAR & TRUCK TIRE CENTRE  Let us supply all your Tire  requirements  Quality - Service - Economy  GIBSONS 1�� SERVICE  Phone 886-2S72  ~32^_5_2S2!2!_S____2E  ___!^_r_._  For Easy Budget Terms -   Use Your SHELL CREDIT CARD ��-  or Apply for A Bank Loan  7  ; Sechelt  Braisiy Salon  Mr. Omer Lepitre  ANNOUNCES  Mrs. An-ilta Pickord     \  ' has now joined our  Staff of Experienced  ��� Hoir Stylists. "   -  Phone 885-9525  Lynn Oike as Master of Ceremonies; dressed in costumes,  they presented 10 acts of skits  and songs.  WILSON CREEK  ���Wilson Creek Browriies held  their Halloween party on October 30, celebrating with traditional apple dunking and an  outdoor weiner roast. Brown  Owl  Peggy  West  and  Tawny  GUIDES  Guides of the 1st Sechelt Co.  entertained older members of  the 2nd Sechelt Brownie Pack  at their .Porpoise,Bay Camp on  Saturday. Activities included a  mushroom hunt and games  followed by a weiner roast and  many goodies. Brownies were  delighted with the witch's hat,  cake baked by Mrs. Fearnley.  Former captain, Mrs. Dorothy Stockwell,. whov is now mus-  Owl Dianne Benner  welcomed  the help ofJacki Spencer: Vis-- -it advisor, for the zone which,  many, of them now plan a car-    jtor_ we��e jfrs, _jalahub,: Fairy  v3f��ilildes" Powell Stiver, Texada^*  eer in television.     ���,.-<���-. Godmother;   Past  Brown  Owl '^sSiel^el^^lid   Gibsons,  led"*4hev  There is no  doubt that all    Mrs. Hicks with daughter Di-    girk ina sing song.  ane; Mrs. Laura Wray, Vickie . ^Accompanying the Brownies  and Kim Benner. Brownies en- were Tawny Owl Nonnie Rath-  joying the festivities were Diane bone and Mrs. G. Ritchie, who  Beck, Cindy Nygren, Nancy is helping With the 2nd Sechelt  Stroshein, Karen Spencer, Kar- Pack during Mrs. Dolly Jonas  en    Phillips,    Debbie    Conroy, leave of absence.  students' from grade one to 12  need more individual attention  in schools and they need it  now.'  George Bernard Shaw, when  asked what he, thought of television: "I don't know. I'm afraid to look."  eninsula Plymbing Lli  NOW is the Time for  INTERIOR PAINTING  \  blW-iKAClesAMEml  ���*#��� *f  ./I '  <    I  ���I  /..  pt.'.,  7 '  I  Qua.li Tone Latex  and Semi Gloss,  Super Kent Tone  Kem-Glo-Kern Velvet  Kern Hi Gloss  ^rushes -Rollers - Fillers - Sandpaper  Gibsons, B.C. Phone 886-9533  Sechelt Bowling Alleys  i -T"by Eve Moscrip  STAR BOWLERS for Sept.-Oct.--rDick fciayton of Sechelt  Commercial League bowled five games of 275 and  over. Bev Robinson of tbe Sechelt Commercial had five  games of 200 and over.  Seniors:    Jack   Goeson   and  Earl John tied with five games v  of 200 and over. Arlene Johnson  and" Rita Ono tied with , three  games of, 185 and.over.,  LEAGUE   SCORES  Buckskins: Tom Joe 702  (328), Roger Joe ,660 (256), Carol August 558, Doreen Joe 551.  Ladies: Mabel McDcrmid 250,  ' Eileen Evans 675 (273).  Ladies Matinee: Hazel Skytte  062, Eve Moscrip 546.  Pender: Joe Graf 620, Dave  Pickard 753 (276), John Divall  607, Dive Trowse fyH, Ron  Pockrant 61)1, Roy Fcriri 619.  Sechelt Commercial: Dorothy  Smith 014 (350), Lawrence Crucil 701 (298), Red. Robinson 831  (275, 284), Vona Clayton 261,  Dick Clayton 261, Lowe Allen  736.  Sports Club: Lome "Allen 741,  til McCourt 692 (264), Peggy  Gibson 296r  Ball and Chain: Red Robinson 78JI. (360), Roy Taylor 695  (���308), Cliff Thorold 293.  SCHOOL LEAGUE  Seniors; Jack , Goeson ,4(>7  (230), Earl John 348 '(225),  Mary Ritchie 331 (187).  Juniors; Bobby Benner 202,  Robin Barendreight 139; Susan  Jorgenson 144 (81),  VOTE FOR THE MAN  WHO GETS THINGS DONE  ��   ��  o ���1111  Happiness has a habit of pur*  suing the person who feels  grateful to his God, comfort-  ablcVwithVhisfconscience,Vin fn-  vor with his friends, in love  with his labors and' In balance  with his banker, .   .    ,  ^mxaanmKk^^  -*H*p***:v4��!S!��** *-*#.*-. iD^al!  id  'Ji.i  r  i tr j  ��W"i*vi����VifoW-|.i!ffl'  **   <_rlV*_^:  .���*".*'.]   _o��  fc'Wii��.i rrs-*��  "���"^--'���������������������II..*"**'  * '*��*��t(��((^*�����W*F��������,"  4 fe^*?S*"  js80Wkiiiiinl^^n __!���_ __ll  ' 7*__!____*'J^  _��HMMfM<*fl*f��  3JF*a��  xXSSSSfr  ���*��� *+** *#'f4*��4tt-** **��������*���  X  nMH      !  ,' -; \fi  ��� y>P.,\    > ', ~ i   B  azt-f��i*i - ��� m< i.  ��il'V777'   .  i**��.irj. "7"  4   Si    '  %      J.  7"    W5^'  NOW ON DISPLAY - CHEVY 2 - SPORTS VAN  FOR THE SPORTSMAN -THE CAMPER -:  THE TRAVELLER  - SMALL LOGGING OPERATOR  '   "���   i .; ��� V ���    . "  See thir tahvlWsmwW^  in our modern heated showrooms, long awaited,  but it has finally arrived. See It Today I  Wtf^t^ayi^i!Hto-tyWM&t*<t>t��>��+ i#p��)��*tafl*iwl��ww*iB����^W**w*W(��w  v, ���)i_ay*-*i%-rtiM>(fti-'|lB p^s���w_-^*J*SlW,**���#���**�����lv*t^> fflj  eninsul  lHra*it��iWB*lSMWW^I!*1jMi��t��l^  In his three yea^'as a member of Parliament JACK DAVIS has,  among other things ...  1   ... been a top Federal negotiator in the finalization of the  -*"       Columbia Treaty  O ... led the formation of the Port of Vancouver Development  ^       Board ��� .���  * Saskatchewan Wheat Pool's new $14 million facility in  North Vancouver  ft ... arranged for increased Federal budget for development of  "������     small craft harbours  * Powell River's $800,000 dredging & breakwater program  * Sechelts new $250,000 breakwater  ^Spearheaded-FederalfinancingroHI'oodcontrolprojectson  North and West Vancouver creeks  * $2,7 million program about to start  g,..., .successfully, urged the C.N.R. to move its terminal to North  Vancouver  ���" $2S million tunnel and bridge project under way.  I  A Wi^��^* WW��p����pl*��Mlt��t��*ft ������H(pS5f��BI#��  I     , ' i        i * f ' f  a i     7 i        i ;     '      7i7" n  '    1,1 l!    7  m'S MW COAST- CAWtANO  :Az'''ONyg4  NOVEMBER 8  VOTE  7!l  t t  V   i,  I  <  >       \i  t*^(.1.H.M,t. ti,*t *.!.*..    |-.*ArfpPflP. 1  l.sPv.lWj./H^PPPpP'^P1 lp    A" f  ." >",. I \  A1'}  !l�� ill  * a strong1 /Liberal; ;vo|ce (jfor;vt|ie,$$$$ _  ^,,,���,,ruMll*H��d,fc*<;iCo#��l.C��Fili*no^Ub*r��llAip*i?<;Utto^^  ^^^lirK-mf *ftiAtJr*iliWftyft*te*?** ^t^*ti*W|��^u*ttt^M-*��-'*f|,*Mk*-*ftH teWit^trft'ttm-Wit *  mmmmmmmmmmmm  ~"��BlWJ^pt^Tl.^^^^/4tolt*l|��i-l(-ljljJJSfeM-t*fi��lt* tli*S��f!I'*M!tnfe*nBtP  '"hmV/|y/}/i7"?��   il  >�����  y  s '\'\\\\  ,'i  ,'.   r'p  *  *l<  ���,'   1  7i**',>7  Sechelt Peninsula*?***^   -   "I ' ' 1 ���     ..M...,..*-.   2nd Section    Wednesdoy, November 3/1965    Pages 1-4  School board plan . ��� ��  Tkw mm$,m niilli��n  '7  _���   ~,    t*  <\$s<S*  AT' THE^EpTINGito Madeira Pari?,?Octofeer 25  Se  ���   chelt" School District I Trusteed iinaniniousjy, passed  a referendum cafling for jnor-e than/thtee Quarters of a  million dollars*. 7  ' ,, ^ - ������;���, - ",, .V,1.-'--.���'   > pf a-totaramount of ,$773$0   of,safety .and'-t^ayior regula  approximately $378,175 will be    tions to l��e jo^ry-ed on buses  p*id by the provincial gbngpft- , and boats, with ..prdYfeion for  ment. A delegation will present   penalizing consistent olfendcrs,  the referendum to yicjorfctfor   included. -i,   >.-,,  approval  before  the  deadline      November 25 Wset as clo.  date of Oct 31. However, this    ing, date   for   nomination   of  js expected to be only a for-   trustees. The nomination meet  mabty, and it was ^suggested'   ing wiU start at 10.a.m , Nov  that teferendum vote be held    29,,in school board-offices, but  on date of trustee election in   nomination papers can be sub-  December. t     m_tted before that time   Elec  Estimated in referendum is    tion day wa^ set for December  site and  construction  cost of    11. '  a new two-room elementary  school at Pender Harbour.  Three-acre site, $15,000; build*  ing, $57,000; plus equipment at  $6,000. '   ^      ��  Covered play areas aro slated for Madeira Elementary  $3,200; Halfmoon Bay Elementary, $3,000; Roberts Creek Elementary, $3,500; and for Langdale and Sechelt Elementary  Langdale  Elementary  is  to  Submissions and report-. \,eie  heard from principals Mr D.  Skelton and Mr. K. Powers  INDUSTRIAL ARTS  Mr. Skelton ^reported that the  Industrial Arts and Home Economics rooms at Pender Secondary were not completely  outfitted, and that the Home Ec.  class is. doing without needed  supplies. To this, Mrs. Lock-  hart later added, that for effi  "&*^X;i'   -A''' -���  -   .\��v.,  . y  <��� J*  Montreal Senior . . .  Wmiiig stufat essay  * ���*    ��� m**j    > *���    ** ,>>* t ���*- �� tj"|*      f ��-**���(.*<��� *yi �����     ���*�� -.  ams Mmeinhraiice Eky  >a v,, " "���- za*v<v v3 v. v' 1 s.v; -" ���   - -y T7?���4,; (    #.-  IN  COMMEMORATION1 otiRememhTaac^BaiyZ The  y\   iTimes ��� this ^wetefc��� publishes a prize^wiafling essay  y . written tiy Montreal senior student Andjr^Wachfiel, award-  / W x ed. first in a Rdy_d"Canadiatir;tegion contfesfcMv7  v        j,   The following piece was writ- Z- 7 * . < i*'  'fen'so'me fbwor five^daysaf- "^y ^Usi&~a faded j&otograpb  ter I attended,a pemembraoce 7bn fae bedroom wall; there is  Diy Memorial; theld> at. my my,father's schoolmatfrra yel-  ����� school. These ceremonies se��n- ^fcwed letter in the, bureau dra-  \ ed almost meamngaess as they .. y^^ ^^q my g^ous, country,  corameinorated events 'wiuch,^jnj;eA7march__upon <the. ceno.  are . almost as far removed^ 4aph;- and there," lookH/my al-  from me and reality asNaiic-,^* fight-^upon the t bookshelf;  lent history. But in the two ;inifr ^^^^y. enemies dfe-on the  ute5  of ^sdence and  the  fisyr  'SCreeri. 1 <v '  days fbllovong: that moment/1, '   ���,     ; ,-r ,.  learned why I was made'toVaV. r'J ���re ^L much m^?6 to�� re'  tend that gathering and #risw-\,(m.ember.,There are-aJlmy fam-  ered for myself that most im-.* fly,��eV;e^ born, all my friends  portant question of wnatrite7 whosmight,have _een, All those  membrance Day means^t��7me,', veterans I seldom- see, all those  and perhaps to my entire "gen- ^dows^who cry alone, all those  eration. *       ��� " ' r .wnor cannot cry .^anymore, hid-  .   *   ,        -     . . ' -_   s ing' themselves in a world that  I bowed my, head because^ I   ^ends three hundred and sixty-  was told to do so. No scene of    faar ^s ' forgettmg,  one re-  *7tiL;t��_  'm A $z/?  ffl4   )��7; ">  'ii, h fV >i  'mtj'Zi' s<  -fii  Sfft  ��� >J  1 1  '!_"  H-fr  1-1  .* t  1   -  A *  war and desolation, of bloody .tmember_ng  iiien--and--tM^l_aned^hildrei^:::iji        _ "  <���'���-. 1  -*f  But war is really close to me.  i vuumua jumuuutK auuuxy  whu iuu&s as moutm. ne is    _.��-�� .-^���_ 4.<-���  a_;_s^" *_'' *.~-.-_    . i_v "�� iV r���'-    of  scuff   marks  and   clinging    juasiw- ,��i6r����vr wuu ��*_i m$  about to^arrestlBSd fearnley for.indecent attire. How-   ffii  wS ^i^TS^i^I110^^? ^ ^ a5d   mH *>�� ragged Si_h?Si   ����* �� everyo��. Mo some  wpr trdiroritr tk.Sc- _--***_.-^^i -,.,*�����_ '��,_. ����,^j  . ____   Mrs. Bill Smith of .the Village Bakery) presenting the   frayed laces filled my viston.7*e carved, too de��sply.$hey are  ever tragedy ^as averted when he agreed to accept  first prize for,the'itlo_t autheritic >dress.  have an activity room and play .%����sake  dJuars coidioe'  area.   esHm_.��-H   mt   iM .on     "encies sase- aouars could be  area,   estimated   cost   $33,500,  plus $3,000 for equipment.  For Sechelt Elementary, covered play area, lunchroom, administration, at a cost of $28,000  plus equipment at $3,000. Also  allocated is $25,000 to purchase  the three acres presently under  lease.  Site development at costs of  $5,000; $6,000; and $8,000 is proposed for West Sechelt Elementary, Elphinstone and Gibsons  Landing Elementary, respectively. ..       ,,  Lions share goes to ^Gibsons"  schools, with a total of $493,150  to be spent as follows:  Elphinstone ��� T h r e e-room  commercial suite, electrical  shop, band room, library, enlarge gym, and convert classroom to administration. Esti-  ianiatcd cost, $238,350, plus, equipment at $58,500, plus site development. \  At Gibsons Landing Elementary, demolition of four old  classrooms, addition of eight  new classrooms and library,  estimated cost, $173,800; plus  $M,000 for equipment, $6,000  for site development  NEW BOARD OFFICES  Also provided is $90,000 for  school board offices, with $4,500,  for equipment. The new build-1  ing * will provide accommodation which in present quarters  is inadequate for most departments, and totally nonexistent  for others. Office building will  be located on school board  property in Gibsons.  A motion was passed approving Mr. White as architect for  the referendum.  In reply to questions from  ��� ^trustees regarding tho delay in  /"purchasing of property for Madeira Elementary, which was  provided in the last referendum,  Mr. Wilson replied, that ho  couldn't justify thc delay, although there had been several,  minor obstacles. Ho said that  he would instruct lawyers hand*  ling the details, to "get on thc  ball."  A letter from tho department  of education noted that Vancouver jBny, has only .seven pupils,  and suggested if eight aro not  enrolled by the end ot the term,  thati tho board close the school  and "find other means of education for tho pupils.  OVER ENTITLEMENT  Sechelt School District has an  over-cntitlcmcnt of teachers  Which \vas revealed as follows:  Elphinstone, 3.5; Gibsons 1;  Langdale, l; Pender Harbour,  3; Roberts Creek, 1; Sccholt,'  1.2; of a total of 88.7 teachers,  only 75 arc within entitlement,  Detailed discussion and conscientious exploration oj niter-  natives, preceded approval hy  trustees of request from Mr.  Wilson that thero bo a temporary  moratorium' on school  spent on Home Ec Girls were  wasting their time when there  is only one iron for 17 students.  Mrs. Lockhart thanked the.  school board for her trip to  Powell River to observe Home  Ec. classes. She felt that she  had benefitted greatly from  this, and-had also seen why  Miss Campbell of Victoria had  stated that Pender Home Ec.  Class could not meet minimum  requirements this year.  Mr.^ Horvath. reiterated the  school board's attitude, that no  one is to do without the necessary supplies.*.  In his summary of school information, Mr. Skelton reported  a decreased enrollment, but  stated that 1966 attendance  should return to 1964 level. He  said that next year, he hoped  to offer more academic subjects; and a modified commercial secretarial program. Too  few pupils presents a problem  in planning courses.  More   money   is   needed   if  Pender  is  to  have  a  proper  physical education program, it  , being  so  expensive to travel  x^^^MSBrli&P** *bat-_i_e^300-^llbt-,  ( Travel funds , allocation for  the district schools was agreed  to be much too tow, and will  be increased.  Also to be investigated is the  possibility of free travel or  group rates for students travel-  ting on ferries. Mrs. C. Fisher  stated that where ferries are  operated by the dept of highways, school buses and personnel travel free. Cited was the  Powell Rivcr-Comox ferry, operated by the highways dept.  on which Powell River school  buses travel free, while they  must pay passage on the Salt  ery Bay ferry, Mr. Malcolm  said he has been working on  this, and hopes for a favorable  report.  Principals were asked to  draw up a list of activities for  1066, prior to budget time, to  give the board a basis to work  on allocations for extra-curricular activity,  Mr. K. Powers, Madeira Park  Elementary, '.reported that initial enrolment survey had indicated best location for the  new elementary annex to bo  Bargain Harbour area- but the  pre-school survey Is not finished, and the final results could  present a different picture,  cup is Pop (Bud) Fearnley,  __��� >f  I-  ��? -a ' -Lipst of tho Sa$��|tJd4ch  iPH__M)$ST^ kstSat-  : :u^y~mj^t;lt^  prints iri,the sand-and luring.cars into deep.ditches.  T'is*$aid:he is the. only nietriberof the Sasquatch tribe  on the Peninsula; his grotesque size can be"judged from  the two normal-sized adults accompanying Mm.  ~( " ' '      ' -     ..- J i .       mi la-Ma*  Consulting staff . . .  Many eminent doctors  available af hospital  MR. NORMAN Buckley, the .hospital administrator! in-'*m o�� distance makes'��� ***  eluded the following item in' his recent monthly report to the.hospital board;   -��� ;   . "in our continuing efforts .to wiis0n orthopedic Surgeon;  make St. Marys Hospital the Dr, stanger and Dr. Forman,  Health Centre of this area the dentists; Dr. Stockton, Pcdiat*  Baby Clinic under tho direction rician and in 1966 Dr, Peto  of Dr. Cunningham, Health Of- Mycichrecst from West More-  fleer,   and   a   Home   Nurs^na, land &  Eglandf  relieving  Dr.  The shoes looked quite shabby.  I should have blacked and pol-',  ished them this morning.   '  - Tbe silence rebuked me with  a shiver. Self-disgust burned  my cheeks like a slap. What  thing,am I that cannot spend  two minutes remembering? Am  1 something that crawls upon  the ground and cannot see a-  bove my shoes? Surely I must  remember the glory and the  folly that is man at war with  man.   ,  Yes!   I  remember  my  relatives, friends, countrymen, ^al-**  lies, and enemies too. There is*  the dead.. Most, lived and bear  his mark even to tbis day. But  -their children, and I ,am one  of thespy are not marked. For  me it is" too difficult to remember what happened before the  'womb?        'V  *��� *p* * * **, *       ^j  , It .speaks" not badly ���for the  dead that I do sot remember.  Remembrance Bay' is' a time  for me to black my shoes and  shine"'' them? welb For in their  dull mirror I will see my face,  untouched by -war, and remember that* they fought so that I  should not remember what i  have never known.  * *  ___ . - 7Taking,a_chance ���_. .77  THE TWO penguins who wandered into the masquerade  dance hoped that all guns, were under cover.'Instead  of buckshot they received' frist prize for most original  costumes. Under ther beaks-were-Susan Marshall and  Keith Walker of North Vancouver who became engaged  on Friday evening, ,  benefit to people of the whole-  3_e&.  -,, -While realizing that the pre  hospital^ location not too attractive to far away folk, the  facilities for advanced and  more intensive treatments at  Sechelt outweighs this disadvantage.  PLACE OF POLL  Notice to electors- J  Polling will take place from 8:00 a.m.- to  7:00 p.m. _V3onday, November S, 1965  J  V-.  - ��� -f "SE-t.tfB.T- -~zf~^  Sechelt Elementary School,  1 Activity Room  GIBSONS-  The Legion Hall  AVOID LITTER .  Just two very earnest appeals  to those who visit the hospital  by car, or thoso who come as  patients. One, PLEASE use tho  refuse cans provided on the  visitors' parking .lot.- No ono  should "be guilty of scattering  VANDALISM 7;^  Some incidents df minor vandalism h^vo occurred at Madeira school, Damage had not  been great, but creates extra  work for custodians? An RCMP  officer had spoken to tho Intermediate classes; explaining the  Horlous handicap a record of a  small destructive act could  havo on a child's entire future.  course sponsored by the Se,- yHugh Inglls ^ho. wiu be aw,y  chelt Chapter of thc Registered on'post-graduate studies next  Nurses Association of B.C., arc    ye'ar ,    '  now being held in thc hospital.      Working ^ a  ^ Mfh  PRESENT STAFF " officer   in   close   co-operation     w  The Hospltall Moard felt that    with the doctors and hospital jitToMn an area where the ut-  thc public should bp fully ad* '"'is Dr, A. J. Cunningham. most caro as to tidiness and  vised as to the "actual Medical.    '   ���        ao1,am���_ sanitation should be shown,  or Doctor Services available:     eREAT advance And tw0^ if y<m know you  AH  the  doctors  llstccl  hero    , Tho whol�� Picture is vastly aro being admitted as a patient  arc available for ihedldal help,  ' in advance of what It was only to the hospital,  bring enough  Some   come  from   Vancouver,    ft couple of ycnrs afi0- and wo cash with you to pay the Co-  and one from Powell River, and    CAnn11 bo very Bratoful. Thc insurance Deposit of $10.00 on  their  status   as   specialists   In    *nct thnt ,ho  ninthly  pntlont arrival. This is normal In all  ���tiiolr flolds of  medicine,  add    (,^s nt thc ncw hospital ond hospitals.  .greatly to thc value,of tiio doc*    lho number of out patients havo  ,   '      "   "  "                               already  doubled  those  at tho "If you see a tennis player  old hospital,'demonstrates also who looks as if he's working  that tho niovo to a more ccn- very hard, then that menns he  tiral point h��*s  been of great isn't very good."  �����"*-���''"-"-*""-"     r.'��     "-���"",   , ���������-��v   w����   �����   viihm (1   vhmhjUMiuiw,  spending, until on povor��nuplc"-' - Mr,* Powor.i * stated  that''ho  .       /.��.../<      1.1. _���-_-._.    ._   , proforrccl; to  dpnl  with  these  acts on a school level rather  than call in tho police because  lack of understanding by tho  child could aUcnlnto tho child.  Also reported! lack of storage spaco at M.p.E/j need for  conforonco on developments of  grounds as a whole,*Th�� board  agreed that this would b�� discussed with tho 'principal,        '  Active gremjins  in alarm system  turo of tho financial position Is  secured, In his budget roport,  ho slated that somo sections of  tho budget woro well In h��nd,  somo had a fair margin, but  othorn  woro  ovor-oxpended.  Among tho latter arc tonch-  crn requisitions for supplies. Indications aro, that. tljoro will bo  �� surplus of about thirty thou*  sand, but outstanding inv^cofl  should bo In before a true picture of tho flurplus, crnn bo  gained, This should bo.accomp*  llshod by the end of Novombor.  Then, thero would bo moro do*  tailed figures on tlio expenditures of cach school, which _,���_,���.���������, . , �� ,  ...would.. ostabllBh. -which., schools ^M)��fi^5H^^-���*ttJ>w'lJr���--,���tnrt  havo   not   spent   allowances.      on ""n���"'*"1 �������*��''��  ����"���"  Teachers supplies ��ro allocatvd  ���por"'pupil;���:";.  "'.".7 ',  TRANSPORTATION  -ln����Se|��t embcr**-of~l W0f  , l>oard ^.wiH*jupply. irnnaportn-,��  tion for kindergarten, pupils an  far as Is pojislblo. Rummer  school students will havo to  pupply their own transportation, . .,,.  Mr, W. Malcolm, transport,!).  Uon commlltco, prcscnUid a list  on Hallowe'en pranks whon  thoy got Into tho wiring and  twice sot off the alarm- system  at tho ! now Bank of Montreal  in Madeira. PArk last Satur-  "thO'wdayf'*  ..The first Alarm.boll rang for  a ,couplo of hours in tho lato  morning, and after waiting Just  long enough far Iho manager to  return to his Sechelt residence,  Iho gremlins did it again, Ono  thing is euro, It's a good, loud  ML  tors in fall time practice In tlio  *��**"<�����. . '.���''.'', 7 , ��� ���.'. '' " >, . ���,  ��� It Is just another proof of  the claim made before the now  hospital was built, that with  modern hospital.oqulpmont, and  familltlcs, doctors of a wide  range of specialties would bo  willing to co-operato. \vitli our  local doctors, as consultants  and specialists, <  It Is a big step ahoad for us  all to havo such eminent doctors ^yallablo to supplement  the fin��;work already carried  out by our doctors before tho  now ho.-ipHal was built,        '  At Socholt wo hiyvo Dr. Alan  Swan, Dr. Eric Paotkau, and  Dr. Walter Burt nick, At (lib*  sons wo havo Dr, II, p, inglis,  Dr, Di 1^. Johnson and Dr. J, D,  Hobson,  At tho hospital wo aro fort-  *un��toin Jinvlrt��Di7,r; wrVos-"  .'burgh as Radiologist, Ho is resident In Sccholt and gives many  hours oach week to X-rny In-  tcrprctfttlon In tho hospital. As  .yl*itlns��do^to?f--#t*-tbo��'hospi^  ,fll.:4vo,,,.hay.o.,,Dr�����R������,n,,.p���.Mc-  Naughton, Obstetrics and Gynecology;   Dr.   Draco   Shatlard  and  Dr,   Ray  Karjala,   internal Mcdlclnoj Dr, II, V, HuRhos,  crtr, norio -nrnV'thnrat;' Dr. W.  11,  Cookson of  Powell  Rlvor,  General  Surgeon;   Dr.   Frank  1  The SECHELT THEATRE  PROUDLYI PRESENTS  LILIES OF THE FIELD  . ' UNITED ARTISTS  ONE OfivTHE MOST ENTERTAINING AND  TIMELY FILMS IN MANY YEARS.  Starring Sidney Poitier  named as tho host actor of tho year at tho  Berlin Film Fostival for his rolo.  ALSO���'  ... Ullip Ska la - Lisa Mann - Isa Crino - -  Francc.ca Harris - Pamela Branch - Stanley Adams  V  FRIDAY-SATURDAY-MONDAY-NOV. 5-6-8  Show Start* 8 p.m. Don't Miss This Show  .1 . ,\  School District No. 46 (Sechelt)  TUES. ��� ENGLISH 40/91  Mrs, L. Peterson, Room 128, Elphinstone, 7:30 - 9:30,  THURS. ��� HISTORY 101  Miss E.' Ormrod, Room 220, Elphinstone, 7:30 - 9:30.  WED.*���PHYSICS 101  Mr, R. Davie, Room 108, Elphinstone,  7:30,9:30.  TUES. ��� BOOKKEEPING  Mr. R. F. Halo, Room 222, Elphinstone, 7:30 - 9:30,  WED, ~ BOOKKEEPING  Mr. W. D, Falqfar, Trail Bay Elcmcn**  tary School (Sccholt) 7:30 , 9:30.  t  TUES, ��� CERAMIC AND POTTERY  Mrs. B. Blng, Gibsons Elementary Cera*  _���,. mlcs and Lapidary Room, 7:30 -*, 9:30,  THURS. ~* DOCUMENTRY FILMS  Mr,    H.   Bqrcndrcflht,   October   28,  i Novombor    II,   25,    December    9,  (Sccholt Elementary School Activity  Room) January 6, 20, February 3, 17,  8:00- 10:00.  FRI, ��� DOCUMENTARY FILMS  Mr, D, Kendall, Gilnons Elcmcntory  Activity Room, October 29, Novombor  12, 26, December 10, January 7, 21,  February 4,rl 7.8100. 10:00.  TUES. -��� DRESSMAKING  Mrs. B. Wlron, Room 208, Clphlnstono,  7:30-9:30. '  WED.��� LADIES KEEP FIT  Mrs, E. Propp, Activity Room, Gibsons  Elementary, 7:30 - 9:30.  WED. r��� LAPIDARY  i Mr, A. Porter, Ceramics and Lapidary  Room, Gibsons Elementary, 7:30 -  9:30. /  TUES. *��� NAVIGATION  Capt, S. Dawe, Trail Bay Elementary  School (Sechelt), 7:30 - 8:30.  TUES.-WED. ��� PAINTING FOR PLEASURE  Mr. W. HodQon, Room 105, Elphin-  stono, 7:30 - 9:30.  Mrs. M. Wells, Room 132, Elphinstone, 7:30 - 9:30. "  MON. ��� PAINTING FOR PLEASURE  Mrs. S. Hooper, Art Room, Hqlfmooa  Bay Elementary, 8:00 - 10:00.  i  WED. ��� PAINTING FOR PLEASURE  Mrs, S. Hooper, Pender Harbour, 7:30  ** 9:30.  MON. ���TYPING  Mrs,  A. Vlotch,  Room  123,  Elphln-  stono, 7:30-.,9:30.  !    I    i  THURS. -��� WOODWORK  Mr. R. Hardlno, Woodwork Shoo (Cabinet & Furniture), Elphinstone, 7:30 *  9:30.  MON. ��� WOODWORK  Mr. H. Almond, Woodwork Shop 8-  IO4 .Homo Construction), Elphlmtono,  /:ju - v:oo.  ��� -:���*���  i J  .' ;���  , H    lp| ��,**'! .  1  how  COUNSELLING AND CORRESPONDENCE COURSES  ��� i  m ^M"' B4^nk-,n-V'111 bo-Qvollob,<* '���> R��ooi 126 at Elphltutona Secondary School  Monday at 7:30 p.m., commmclna on November 1st, to offer counsellina to ony Adul  cat on Student ar rtrn*.-*,l-rilu#,-I,irl����. ' ���#���**<*��  jr ��-�������  f t   cqtlon student or proipcctlvo t,tudent.  ���very  Adult Edu*  Persons taking correspondence course, are Invited to mako mo of tho pcaco and quiet  of this room on Wednesdays, away from tho T.V. and the k.dsl Mrs. Rankin will bo prepared to  try to a��lst correspondence course students with minor problems as far a* possible.  i< *   (  m -i  MOW  wvm  1 ".'".TV-?'  % J.i'u.*H/'  ..ill," *���',,'u  h' Zu  i , �� ".  J. *-.-. ^  m  #*-. ^,  . < +w      ,.>uh  ^   vt^*-w  I'       '.     ���"��J  1        <  (,  u I .-  j��*'  M'~--A  *   < j   ,yv  ��-*.*���  v; *'  e 2      Sechelf Peninsula-times^-^Wed^-Nov^r 19*55"  0/ Cabbages and Kings  jn. .ji ,...-_ .       _ _ - ��� ���     ���.-...���.������.   __--By-JU-Sr-&rowimig-  DRING election days we are very much aware of the  " procpnsity of home sapiens to call each other nasty  names We are all inclined sometimes to say catty things  about other people, but only when the remark is passed  on to the lemarkee that real harm is done.  Tor example, if J say-to you, ���  *-* ifrt.  07-' "i* >Ai  A 7 *  Ik V&?  ^  *"$ 7*5  u  *   VA  lIicron\nuis   Bubbledash   is   a  so-and so     \ ery little "harm is  done You have your own opm-  v '"ion ot BuDDiedash, and nothing  i-.y'f ^ay makes much difference.  . Especially if he is a so-and-so.  7 -But if you repeat my remark  ��.   ',to HB   then his feelings  ai e  h 'hurt and harm is done  The subject of unusual statements brings us "to electioneei-  ing This campaign has brought  forth some remarkable enucia-  tions.  If I read a piece in The Sun  correctly, Mr. Pearson said  there has been no wrong doing  in his government, and in the  next sentence, as reported, that  wrong-doers have been punished. Suffering catfish' How m  the world can you punish  wrong-doers if there has been  no wrong-doing9  Mr.    Diefenbaker   has   been  AlJ" Fc"?'f#tf *?y '��� Ay -iyZ^AZZ y  .��, 0     - * - -' , ;\j ~A~% Z^iu^y^Zy^-, a , a.m. v  Maims teniOT-St trader  that American1 interests .are bacMng_t^ret|jrn>f 'the 7  Liberals to power. ���;  ';"*"; x���~ ~ v  Comparing the present elec-    the V.S, (may_ even ye$ort to nu- -  tion   campaign   with   that   of�� clear weapons with serious con-  1963, which Kashdm said was    sequences ttof the-wMe world,  forced   on 'Canada   by   direct      ^Canada^inust^ut its weight  , U.S.   intervention   on  the  nu*    on the side of peace.*' he said,  cleararms  issue,  he  said the      Tracing the record/of Liberal  Liberals are the party with the    MP Jack Davis from his sup-  closest   affinity   to   the   US.    port for nuclear arms for Can-  Kashtan said the U.S. is still ��� ada, ton the* Viet Nam war, for  putting   pressure   on   Canada,    the Columbia^ Treaty after Ja-  though less obviously, to have    belling' it ?3 ?"poor deal''  for"  us  adopt certain policies.  He   Canada, to his failure to, act on  said we are being pressured to - behalf of ��the Britanjua miners,  send Canadian troops to support   Caron saidTDavis has been "a         _  __,_ the unpopular war in Viet Nam   competent spokesman"' in Qtta-  Cleaners   of   Richmond^   l:-30  p.m.;   Sechetfr 1^j��r7e   T a to Sechelt. Rov^l Canadian    and alsd to join OAS. He said    \va for U.E. interests and the  __ __���    _-- -.___   _._*_.- __�����____.__.,_.____��� ^TTs!r^_     LA lO&ecaeirKo^i t-arajqian    grfeat  preS6ure  |s. ajs0   being   big monopolies.y  Oxford or Cambridge, instead  of driving mules on radroad  construction and a yoke of  bulls on the homestead. But little Tommy Douglas seems to  have his head screwed on the  right way. If only he would  brush down that tuft of hairJ  The cream of platform statement comes from Real Caouette  who said, "If the Liberals win  they wall conscript 300,000 Cana- Another vfttory ' r^"   " " "  andnSi do?t1Umign th^LcEy RAIN DID not dampen the spirit of the Pemnktt_tRang-  team. many of whom will be ers who scored a 5-1 victory over the lintygtteR' yan-  sent to fight in Viet Nam." That couver Carriers, at Sechelt last Sunday. Don't* miss next  seems the very epitome of un- Sunday's  game  when  the Rangers, will meetyModel  likehness   If tbe Quebecois be- m     -"   "-*-'" "l    " *"*"    ���-���''    "' -   "J  ""*'   "  heve that, they will believe  anything, and it would be the  best argument yet in favor of  "\      Jgw_Wi'*l_P'-_ffi{_B^^ _    .  \*  s^y<* ,->rv  Sechelt,  social notes  ���With Your Neighbours  A TO Sechelt Royal1 Canadian  Legicni recently hosted same  grounds. From left, baok^ row, :_ienny' Jac^vDoug* El-     ut.slwl KWSSULlx ���0^-u auu^        JA     . ���     .,eM,n  son, Lloyd Jackson, ClifEmd ^sanf Y&'&v&iTand   fo^ diegat^ to a hmcheon    used to g^t our vvater. Kashtan  Herbert August Frotot Lorne Gregoiy,, Jim* Earl^-, Hu-    and tea  in the Legion HaU,  ��� >  I.?  r  jdlified���for-4ellHig-vie��His���bes racnons-mufij. It sEbws an in-  abibty to convey forcible meaning by the ordinary medium of  words?!**    _     *-__'-_**"-}  In order to keep two jumps  ahead of~4he~ sheriff I do a job  of night guarding for the  RCMP.. or "babyjsfcfeg, in the  veng^Jjar. Whereas many a  drunlc^lfe'died in his cell (not  in Sechelt) i^ is necessary for  the,, "sitter" to look at his victims fairly^ frequently to see.  why they do no harm to themselves or eacli other. Or if they  show signs of. physical deterioration, to do something about ifc  These flashlight inspections  during the-night, do amount to  an invasion of privacy & must  be provoking. So one docs get  called nasty names sometimes,  especially by one particular lad  ���a frequent visitor.  In my younger days I worked  in railroad camps, logging  camps, farms, driven oxen and  spent 11 years as a soldier and  have forgotten more bad words  than this Jad ever knew including some foreign cuss words.  It would be an interesting experiment to come right back  at him, one night, with my full  repertoire and see if that would  quell him into, passive admiration at my command of the language, or dissolve him into a  jibbering psychomaniac  Some night I will try it out.  , He.urged>-people to add their  charged that Pearson wants a    votes to "the growing demand  majority in order to carry these , for a democratic alternative to  To pass on to something else    ��:** ��"_%�� "\^11ViBj, ACU *"&*��*"* ^Mfif��*^ ������ *>&>-    awniuw-s   ��wu   ryjw  ��v��,     unpopular    measures    through  -name   calling   and   obscene    "erre. In last Sunday's game Ted Joe scored four goals   Sechelt,   Roberts   Creek   and       ^ ^ wishes of ^ CaI.a-  epithets   are   in��.icativg_nf _?    and Doug _E__jQJl-L_Tl "   ' 7 IT   ��� ^���,_. , Gibsons) attonded.-Mrsr-Gerry    dgn_peojfle_.  separatism.    ^ ^^ ^    h      ^     ^ ^ ^   *- j^ ^   ^ Ben    Me^fs   from   Pov^ll  River      ���^��� 3^���i_^h 'Jhe old^^cSr  If that is so then the witnesses  at the Dorion Enquiry were vi  cious liars, as were also the  newspapers, CBC and parliamentarians too Besides that,  since when have politicians ab  stained from swiping at the  peccadilloes of the partj in  power.  Mr. Douglas says everybody  should ha\e a chance at free  university education. Who then  -���will handle the picks and shovels? There were two chaps  wielding these useful weapons  alongside the highway yesterday, although they may have a  university education for all we  know.  Just the same I wish there  had been free university education over half a century ago,  so that I could have gone to  ia a  ijoT  r*  r  *ts?u*��i��  * **>    - '--*. ���-*-, ��.,7>\ vj^atv^*- n  ' * v     S*     * - **v*~* A^-IUrS-^-.- * *  * ���--���.-       _...      .       _...���    .il.....��� _     _.fc_... J...      ��� .��._���.-   V....������-?*���_ .���..^.'_   jl mn  Clarke /of Gibsons Branch was  le-elected -Zone* representative  and Mi*-. Fiank Lypns.of lhe  Sefchelt Brapch is the new' secretary treasurer1 " -    "  Visiting Sechelt and .staying  with Mrv -ami Mrs ' Iiloyd Turner and Mrs T Ivan -Smith  was- Mrs- Lil Hatt of Powell  River  Guest of Mrs. Alice French  was Mrs. Myrtle Galloway of  Richmond.  Mrs. Alice French recently,  spent a few days in Ladner at  the home of Mr. and- Mrs. Al-  yistair Davies. While* there she  i' attended the Trail Ride sponsored by the Delta Riding Club.  "He would have nothing \o  fear," he said "if the legislation he wished to introduce was  in the. interests of the jpeople  The issue of ���a majority government is. a false one.'"  Charles Caron, Communist  candidate^ for Coast-Capilano,  told the meeting-dhai-Jthe. most  important issue for Canada lithe need for a new foreign policy free from VS. domination.  He said the danger of war is  very great and as the U.S. adventure in Viet Nam runs into  more difficulties, the U.S. will  mount pressure on Canada _ to  join in "this criminal war." He  said there is a real danger that  ���To -make football���more attractive, Glendale, California,  Junior College boys use for a  tackling dummy a life-_i_e figure made-up like a flamorous  movie* star, wearing tights, a  curly wig and long gloves  Give Your House  ihe Besl: Tolal  Eieciric Heating  ^ ���* Ji        "���        t ~ "->  Thinking? aboWy'a ,new  heating /-system?." .Think  veleerrtedHy!' jnstoltdtibn-  maintenance are^Jfeasy,  economical. * ^ Investigate  '     today!   *."  .     1.       J - 3 i  ''7-  mcrMtfCrtrr  Pender^ Harbour-  Phone 883-2516  R,R, T, Madeira Pork  NEED A CAR?  NEW or USED  TRY  Peninsula  Motor Prod.  SECHELT, B.C.       " y  Ph.(8fiS-2in '- Ted Farewell  Action  WHEN PENINSULA Rangers play soccer there are no  dull moments. Hubert Joe displays fast action typical of last Sunday's game when Rangers beat Vancouver Carriers 5-1.  Sechelt Tigers lake first loss  w  -*/  pf  ���?  '���  V  SUFFERING their first loss of  the season, Sechelt Residential Tigers scored two goals to  Gibsons United's three in Division 4 Soccer, over the weekend.  Other Division 4 results: Sechelt Legion scratched���Roberts  Creek Wanderers, walk over.  Fixtures for Sunday, Nov. 7-v  DIVISION   4  Sechelt Residential Tigers vs.  Sechelt Legion, 1:30 p.m.  Roberts Creek Wanderers vs.  Madeira Park Kickers, 2:30  p.m.  Gibsons United bye.  Another scorcher? . . .  Journalists furnish  successor for "pew  THE MODERN scribe jseems destined to play a vital  role in the Christian Church as did his forebears in  Biblical times. Six top-flight Canadian journalists have  just had their candid views of clergy and laity published  in a new paperbackr entitled: "Why th��i?Searis Boiling  Hot." ������   Cham Saw Centre  Wilson Creek, B.C. Phone 885*9626  AGENTS FOR   .  HOMELITE ��� McCULLOCH ��� P.M. CANADIEN . STIHL ,  PIONEER CHAIN SAWS and ���  JACOBSEN ROTARY MOWERS  PARTS ond ACCESSORIES  GOOD RECONDITIONED SAWS ALWAYS ON HAND  ^/MMfFlHIfJfl/MMWJMWflMfimiWIfm/JMtim  .DIVISION 6 -  7 Gibsons   legion  Residential'10.  Gibsons.  Canfor  Creek Tigers 2.  DIVISION 6 J   7  7  .���^-r,r Sechelt- Residential  vs. ?t_ib-  0, ;Sechelfc���� softs' Canfor/   '   t .     *   7-  1    * v   "'.    Roberts Creek Tigers vs. Ma-  1, Roberts    deira Park Rangers.  Gibsons Legion bye.  i  ft!  We ore pleased to announce the* appointment of  Garden Bay# '":  A. Tender .Harbour, B.C.  Phone 883-2637  as .sub-agent for the sale of        ^  CANADA SAVINGS BONDS.  -A-  - ' -  * t   �� m ���** * -_T%      ���   -t �� <���        * m** on  1 1  Nesbiff, Thomson and Company  ' j .''   f LIMITED '      .'  728 West Hastings Street  .,, .Phone MU ,3-3171  - .   ,.   ^Manager, .D. B. Armstrong  y's brother Chris  and friends  Wilson Creek notes  ��� <���:, ,. ,7'   , . V -1;  .     ���       ���By Mabel Wagman  THE NOVEMBER general meeting, of the Wilson Creek  - - Community Club wiU; be held Monday, November. 8  at 8J jfem. All those interested" are welcome to attend. ;',  CbFFEE PARTY ;  ;The   "October   coffee   party,  Held, at 'ihe Wilson dreek Conj^  mmilty   ttall,   Friday,   Oclobdi1:  29, ''turned out a success boljh  financially' and  Socially.  Serving t in the kitchen were Mrs,  Hilliard,  who  was in charge^  Mrs.   Kenneth- Pearson,   Mr^7  Phyllis Carnie and Mrs. Hanjy  Gregory.   A   word   of   thanks  goes, put, to all those, .who willingly baked for the affair..  ,  BIRTHDAY PARTY r  . /y birthday party, .held7at tbe  1 home of Mr, and Mrs, Pon Marcroft, in honor of Kathy Mar*  crott, celebrating her 8th blrtlji-  day_ Those present were Katli*  Issued by the Board of Evan-  gelism and Social Service of  The United Church of Canada,  the 80-page volume is likely to  provoke as much discussion as  did "The,Comfortable Pew."  However, "Why the Sea is  Boiling Hot," is not an answer  to Pierre Bertoh's book. "It's  primary purpose," says RevV  Gordon K. Stewart, assistant  secretary of the Board of  Evangelism and Social Service,  "is to serve as a resource at  two." or tbree-day gatherings of  church people across the country. These gatherings, called  Planning Fellowships, are to'  enable-our. people to take a new  look at the job the church has  to do in their local areas. "Why  the Sea1 is Boiling Hot"1 is not  a book" of answers', "nor is it  just a book of critical questions^  said Mr. Stewart.  The six contributors to the  book are: PierreBertpn, who  comments on the organized  church in a chapter entitled;  ''Out of this Avorld;'' Michael  Barkway, editor and publisher  of The Financial Tidies', who  v.digs into church finances: Arnold  Edinborough,   editor  and  publisher of   Saturday   Night,  writes about the clergy from  the laymen's viewpoint,' June  Callwood, free-lance write r,  takes on the congregation; Joan  Hollobon, Toronto Globe and  Mail , writer, discusses church  language7 and Eric Nicol, Vancouver   columnist,   reports   oh  I  the way a concerned agnostic S  sees the church in today's S  world. , 3��-  In the closing four chapters  of the book, some commentary  .��� _           ���  __ It is a group of essays put to*.   _- ..._ ^��� -~. --...-.���...���  Debbie   Conroy,; Roberta   and gether to' proYbke thought'arid^ is made from within the United  Sheila Betts. and Pamela Wag- more important "still, v to stimu-    Church   concerning  the  issues  man. ,   , late people to relevant* action,"    raised by ,the six contributors.  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"IW W'pp.    ��� >  ��� . .'       *-\  .. *   '  "��� wf_(IV.'/l .  1 .    \'   ..**___    >  '"'..._    ����   .a  *,*^.|*h*-J��l.*. n*-*.**t.*-v  M-MWiBto-fS*^-  If these are things YOU  want; on November 8th  VOTE  iliiii  INSERTED W COAST  PROGRESSIVE CONSERVATIVE CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE  M <t,H.,il��fF"p'(**^l*,*'l* 'i*�� "'  mfAm  k.,-pi*.i**M i.p( *  , ,y lyAWit -tcvfif ty *<w, i, ij - i\*m  '��� i,t'u     '''     a'   'A'   '       ,71*  .Art,,.!��.^ti *,U*iv..,,i i.��   >,mt ,ift't ,(����*-��,-("���(��� 1  ������*4^tJm(tmit>*ml^ism^>���K^^ tfj***f ��������� �������>�������<����*)'. ��y  -���ftmYWflm*mM^^ 1  *  '.������. >zf/  .���Jt   it*-"f****--"Mso*   k��"-J***��*J*��llfei!ij*��i**w��***pnw*  />% J****...    'mt  \*m%  \m\      ��� ^fci  Forest giants  production^ is' tbe, ^V?f f \^d5s iot clafih 4 be^tiie   W^��^Bt��f. wo^3 n��    h^/^^^S ^^^^in^eeond.^  BC.  forests.   The  largestvzy j��5 *?nLiv   to^A��Lh%^   hopeless.Maturity isn't.a -~    ^l^^u^L^^o^,*,-*.- ->JS  a des-  ^   * r ..      ** /  - -   <^     > 'A >  - ^re-  esyerybody  .   A   ~^����� ,      ,   �� .. *      . ������-   ��� ~ -��� ot^er mo"  ajte   receiving   any   interesting >    what   is   Alcoholics "Anony-   mentis wft^p yqu find out, who     r,  statistics on trees still standing . molls?���By' ife own. definition:    you ate. it is Jetting life hap-  or felled.       -���             4 *           "Alcoholics   Anonymous, is/*    pen* and Mnakirig, the most of  Any such_j_tfor��t0tion which' fellowship of men and wotoen iUi  -e^efsofThe  }Jews   might who   share   their   experiences,  wish .to pass on should be for- strengthf and  hope  with  e&ch  warded to the Public Informa- other that they may solve their  tion Division, B.C. Forest Ser- common problem arid help ofh-  vice, Parliament Buildings, Vic- ers to recover front alcoholism,  toria, B.C. The only requirement for mem-  ,      - bership  is-;a   des3re*"to~]St(3p  Said a man to the manager drinking, .Our, jiritaVry-purpose  of Wilhe Hoppe, the great and ls to> stay sober and help other  perennial    billiard    champion, alcoholics to achieve sobriety.'^  "How come that Wilhe always What    is    Alocohcs    Anony-  wins   his   matches'"   "Simple, mous?���-To   its   members,   AA  said the manager. "His oppon- nreans                                " jif  ent  is   always   playing Willie, First-   A   message  of  hope?  and  Willie   is   always   playing when hope is gone,  billiards " Second. A program of recov-  NEED A CAR?  mW or USED  .7 E .TRY    ;  Peninsula  Motor Prod.  sechelt, B.Ci���  Ph. 885-21U  . Ted Farewell  ---,-������-���    --��� ���   ,    -r ;-      - ���M....II..     ii,      ,-r   j.i a   "i  ������       ���" '-��������������j-- 1    ---.-���   ..       l...    ,.._   ..  i >**  OIL BURNER SERVICE  ^IZPiS^A*-'  I   ���'.  arm-pun*  Authorized, ^//:��o^te; ^drnforf  ZA*   2*'-7  ��V'*_>A *  ���      Representative^ *...-  Shell CM ^Af^fljS*  Careful - fu}riac$ titkiailqiion  ,      f ">,  .,-  ?   - -   ,*.-  "     _* ���*���      <  * / *   l       ' -"-* *"      s  For I? BEE Estimates Call . . .  896-7422 or M6-21S3  "   *- ��� ��*.. *>��� s~- .  -<    N**.^    V^p*.^     I .���- ^  _   * ,        V   -   ��  P.O, Sox 505 - Gibsons, B.C.    V  ie��������i��^iwiajtj��**^<i*j��ff^jig.Mijiji<uiw��g^wMWw<wwi"  s",  ���> t  s  \  Largest on record  7*-��  "*-v'  -7"  ONE OF the tallest first recorded in B.C. history was ' Su^aSts rlco^edat ^  cut   at   MacMillan,   Bloedel   and   Powejl   River's P ?  Shawnigan division. It measured 300 feet in height and  age is  ,->  listoriccal interes  ./  was 385 years of age. Former Governor-General Vincent controversial fir  Massey inspects a Sitka spruce measuring 13 feet at the RIK����� f"i'0Vvfiw %��?  butt. Cut on MB&PR stand in the Queen Charlotte Is- JAfrtvS SSS SS  lands, this is one of the largest spruce trees recorded. J& SS& fpSfoX  Giant* of #___�� nrT*3_                                                       * province. The report is that he  warns oj me pasr . . . felled a Dougias fir -m feet  Cg high, 25 feet thick, with bark  ft&ifiliHaa    mW&b    ObS measuring 16 inches thick. The  . trees are oi &%��?��&!?����.  mens thus far recorded Although wide interest and much  argument have-centred around  the "Carey FirM there has been  _7 __                                                       ' no concrete proof beyond sec-  TREES are amongst the oldest, largest living things in ond hand reports.  7 the world today. Holding the record for the oldest In 1954, another historical  living tree in the world is the "Bristlecone pine" which Douglas fir was logged at West-  grows in the White-Mountains-of California. These trees holme.lsland. This tree?was re-  were seedlings when the great pyramids of Egypt were P01*6* t0 ��ave,been seen fall-  bteing built more than 4;O0O years ago. ����S due to butt rot. The top of  Among   the  towering"native    '  tte ?"* had broken off at a  ,S Rriti^h r�� umhra *hJ        "     *.                . ���    ��� .,   . Previous date. The diameter at  species of British Columbia die    ways been present in industry the cround W.l �������<��� ?i  fAPt  mighty  Douglas fir  holds  the    and this is unfortunate.  Many Srt^^ch wuMTh��S bS  uX'tfee t ��! ^v!��ealE    T^ ,fl"U ? ******** K? to buU^^By toe pa"  uving tree in the province. The    been felled and hauled away to ti_i count and pstimatn an in.  oldest Douglas fir ever record*    mills   without   details   of   the pr_xjSe  age M .^5M vears  cd hi B.C. was found growing    .height and girth being record- Sif Srived S  in the Kiksilah (watershed near    ed. *   a. ,v  Deerholme  oii  Vancouver   Is-        .-_. . .     ���   t,    _ '   _      t Official records list the larg-  land. Estimates place the ages    o A Division of the B.C. Forest est known tree of any,species  of   theso   in   the   1300   years    SeTV,ce retains m its files an of- as a Western Red Cedar,, cut in  bracket.                   '                   ficial  record  of t*W imany of Nortli Vancouver  many  years  "But where are the big trees    ^c bi|? trces wbichl haYC beeE> ago. This igtant measured near-  of B C 's yesteryears' The' old-    cyl   in  B,C'   ovqr   ^  ycars- ly 18 f<fqt ia diameter at the  '    er and'more mature trees havc    Vfho,e thcre arc ��fl<5n nimprs butt. The tree stood at what is  ,    been for,the most part harvest*    ancS'   f0."511"11'9   conjoycrales, .now He corner of Keith and  1    ed over the years and today    an" cla}��� ��re maq-f'of mam- Lonsdale Roads in the vicinity  new forests arc being replanted    moths unknown to the depart* pf the upper levels highway,  to   be   harvester   within'   an    men,1' the re^6rds ��f tho f0���? Other  big  cedars  include  a  I    eight-year  cycle.   While   many    sorvicc "J0. 'he on,y authentic 16.foot diameter specimen cut  '    forest    giants    remain    their    forces of information present- at  Comox   Lrike.  numbers are gradually growing    ly available. In the; official records spruce  i    smaller,           >                              The oldest officially recorded runs red cedar a close second;  The modern sense of forest    tree wns cut 6n Cowichan Lake The largest onv record  was a  history preservation has not n7  on Vancouver island  In^1030. 14-foot iti diameter spruce cut  **:'.. .*'  ff.  ,^x  'j? ^ >,  ^A''^yz :,  -J p- ���**��� t--~>     ~ *  7/ y?,   " t -  A, ��' 7  7f     -  '  ���^k.,y\^(y .^i^j^A 't*\ ���* fzz. .vr^-y^^^:,', 'M'V, > v   i 7>, ��7 7  iM-.;v__H_I__Mn_-iil* -**���       ��_���___�� ___��_��/ _M_wa_____H__.^-^t____awawBa_^^Jf     *   '     y-A-.-i  <*   \  r       ^  t ���  -   ) .  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Kennedy  PURNAQY-CQQUITLAM  Alexander B, Paller-on  FRASER VAULEY      1  1 Chariot Edward Cmwy  OKANAQAN BOUNDARY  - Arthur Holmor    ���  VANCOUVER.KINQSWAY  p\  JockF. tubzlnskl  eURNAQY.RICHMOND  thotn���� D, Sills  KAMLOOPS  Howard E. Johnilon  OKANAQAN-REVEI.STOKE  > Donald W. Go*��o  VANCOUVERQUAORA  ���"M I HI1! i UlNiifii  Dert R. L��boo  CARIBOO  Jamo* Konnolly  KOOTENAY EAST  David Ron  SKEENA^  ' Norman Howard  iyAHCOUV��fR.SOUTH  1A \  C. Harold Muntor  COAST-CAPILANO  John L. Mobson  KOOTENAY WEST  Edward M. Chisholm '  VANCOUVER-0URRARD",  M. F. Hunter  VICTORIA  Joan M. J, Gannon .  m  QOMOX-ALBERNI  ..in   Lylo C, Wllklnt-on  NANAIMO & |SLANDS  William J, Mclntvra  VANCQMVSR��CENTRE  Mrs. Vera Plpta  ESQUIMALT.SAANICH  Joo Unwln  NEW WESTMINSTER'  r-.��*  RV'.  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">,'ii-��      j   ',(<...! ,f��-,y4,'i.��'����,,7 p-v- ^"<,'v,'��W_il'_^  & �� . ,i * ''   .     it      i    .   !     l * ,'        Pp..!!.111'      Sl^.^  ��� *��� Bi *������" "���    i   *' j'ii** p-iipy i,��t"�� 1 -��'* ��� "*<��� tfip >t��>)��iippi!.p-i.t��fi.*  ^ ^ ��J   .A^^rf.,ip.   ..W.W. 4PPP* W������i*p^W^**^'PP^ Vi^^^4wPl*H��^*PrfP*P.P��*P.^P��t*J/.* .^��Hp��pW^H*'^^ P#W.P��^f^^^��*pP4^*##|J^^I#*��''  TW��*il(t fltwt M-" T^irt1rtP*ur***'W'i��  ... f     i*��J '   ; �����-* IMfl, ��.   ^^��it_i  a/>*4 �� "���  ���^rr^ri_^��5___a_^  v, 7,, y- ;jpu^^:$jto^      .     ���    ,      ... p. ��� . i.    1     pi ��� Hon       ' y     it '"       ,���      , \ ���-    1 -? V��VW     i.       -   *   '*i' Vvi*    .V*    v'.-p*   ' *  . ,li*-*i,ii *V !,-v     ������*�� .*- .*>  ^/^IWThe Tides' d����w�� Bureau ^uMrts^o ^*&i* ^#*_$l��s /,l^1^��>>W��^_^_^__^tf  Pp7v     _��� 77 yyAhyA^  ma ������*  y., i *..  SBC-is HoraTp^n^'li-ietKe 'others, nelflier '!S3 ^'fej^i^; ^*^  Quebec "dfie&^paign like'.thfe otters, J����st^fori r��tes ^ NoV��embtv#6LmcS today  �� "aiiy^inajor party could get away with   ais���5<bto 60 of the", province's 7&ted by the *,-  speaking out ojf both. Sfdes Of its mouth, even if it1 wanted   75 seats. The Liberal ^>arty has   ^fog  obviously  to.     pftt tJ7^,f-  "7���y>     made  a  determined  effort to   ^ack' Davis.  Hie differences in the Qilebec national unity���is turning out to clean h��use in Quebec,, dumping y. , teWe  campaign - are complex/, sdiffi- be tbe basic issue in^the cam- J11311? ��f ���? overloads and aco-, ^,.^-^8. ,7  **lt> tfnd important:;,   ,,< paign, and notjust in Quebec.    ^J^o^Ved m^e^sbadows    ���� J*^ ^^ to ^   P^^^ Mr, j^^^  Jfcor pne thing fce-scandal is-      It may be of lesser electoral ^e Seworld                 < that at a meeting sponspred'by, M^bewd candidate t for .Medicine  stie, which is being used by thc    importance m some provmces.       Th   houlcleanin? iob seems 1he   New- Democratic^ Party;* -Hat^and-JIf.^ilfom Brown,,,  ���^ .  S,fi��n. P"*^-^"^"1 ' In Frfch Canada it is of prime to^vfSStS^ta^S held at'Union Hall, ih VPa*tffl    Ws< ^mpaiga/Matfager^ ***' is'_tt^ng,nin? iU-c^V-^ .  meaning for Quebec.                   uiiuortance and therein-lies an- b      n  hasn"t  been  accepted mver on Friday 7 October 22,, drove ;to^BrooK Alberta. - The ^ meeting? inl Coa;st ^tatfWj^K  All the  principal4 figures  m    other of tbe differences m the eiSeWhere   *-��*-��*-~- ** -~ ~* ���*<"�� ��*�� ohanrA/i that tt��A T.ihli trip   took.rapproximately   two ���    -.-.^ .iui.-.--,. ��;:i_-.u..-_i --vr  .the scandals  and7the  alleged    Quebec cajnpaign. prime  scandals were i^rench-speakin^      It  would  be foolish  to  say fUSax  Canadians. The people/of Que- that Quebec voters are,not in- _ais 0x ,_���,_��� ,  bee weVeas stocked as anyone terested in���the^ agricultural ancl he has* taken.  *_i st-M       *.**___. M__.___f_.4.__.  xl   __    ,���______* ______      *_ _._ -       ._    _  couver on  Thursday,   October)  and conversed"-with' local far-    eagerness  to  garner vote^ for  21st   aittinne-h ho was in the*   mers.    -'   .'        *     < y0Ur   party's   candidates, ,you  mer  ,1he   revelations   of   the    economic platforms being pre- , Furthermore     Quebec    is 21st,   although  he  w;  Donorf report Bat, they ��ere    sented by - the federal parties. JJ��^��re_espTte  ConservS immediate vicimty of  " *���A W * ^��� '"    ���'th  a  ^MePrS^^ral 5^^idW.Sn_S. -Bg  at the  timey U,  !~���lnQl^Sl&1   ��a3f al government has finally man- told that Mr. Davis 1  t�� Sm��^?��^S!nta\,forts ag^   to   establish   a   kind   of berta on the day in ^���*,  _���_._.^              * ��� ��� .              nrnv^ranriaS?       '^         lm" equilibrium   in   federal-provin- you are stated to have reiter^f 2:00 p.m,-T.avelle4 to Medi-             Campaign   Co-ordinator/ x  iJ^ieWVe1reacteidefenT'e'    Pbu_ m SneSl .ftp n^niP nf cial matters- TheJ^-shaping of ated that Davis was not in Al-4 cine Hat,  Alberta,  and' made            *Jack Davis, 1965 k ^  S Co^IP,e0PVni'the q"f        Oifebec  see^rimfr^ntPr Quebec's role in <5anada is be- berta, but had been seen in an some   tapes   for   later   radio           .Icampaign.  of scandals^and as a result it s    Qi ebec  s��J,J����^y "J��> ing undertaken wth more sym- I.G.A.    Market,   three, blocks transmission                                            \                      ^       *!  doublt^l  that  opposit.on   par-    es^ed m el^tog a.^al gov- pa1hy and understanding toan from the- site _f the ^Board of " n^T.Ti" P .m -ApnpVr^-^ - - - - !- ��� -^'   >A   ���*>���  ~ fuCeS S3te^^feea^^n^^  Trade meeting. "T^tdSS^T^       A movie fan, when asked if  iue ou^^wiem.                           r��rf^m_if^ij.  ..^n 7J As for the Conservatives, the       for   your   information,   the broadcast over CHAT TV, Med-    he was going to boycott Cleopatra on moral grounds, said,  .^^V:'! fe^ur^7^^7^7''r -��� :^  ���p\  J. H. G. (Jim) DRUMMOND  INSURANCE itv6EN���Y^^E-l il^, FOIl^lETy  Phone 886-7751  T  _ fi -  . (-,  r^ ** v *  V�� ^'  '"���y, <  Gibsons, B.C.  _/ v'-       .    x,        . ^     , Confederation   which  will  ner- v��u*uv��uvra, ���.�����- jp.or   your    imormauon,    the  Furthermore, m the minds of ^iT inSSls  to de^eloo  as Trospects are not as bleak in flawing is a schedule of the icme Hat. ,          .                                                                                   i  ��.lnyJ?fcef' thlS "lh��%f French CiaSSam, and at the Q��^ec as some Liberals,pro- movements   of  Mr.   Davis  on 7:00 p.m. Attended a dinner "Certainly  not!   Let him who r>OA'   Vfmt Clliti arlGrblin fctMI^ifs '   '  f��e ^Jf^d to a much wider nl^MSef ����� claim. Diefenbaker has already Thursday, October 21st, 1965: meeting in Medicine Hat, is  without sin stone the  cast *<0eS  * ?�� ?TiU?40f T'?,P_ ^B?^T  ;���'*  issue���itheP issue of Quebec's re-  .^.'."SLiS"* ���*-*-- -�� ������� "���*��>   "  Canadi'^diU place in Con- J" "? ^Jf^J   _' ���Que" Th-re's a fairly good possibility  fcderaaW>r, JSSi_L'f, _Vk       . �� that many votes that went to  BASC^^    .        - S_^S___1___-S_T[ ��-��_*!; t.���SrvaU��e  n^JSEst. question of them seem t.W now is what J**" w��  _�����"'"  Hat,  30 a.m.���After having spent       8:00"p.m. Addressed an aud-    first!", r  M  report i<  Activities Regularly to* fhefTqnes?  v? J,   -  _?  ' J  i   v       Ss  BUSINESS DIRECTORY  :��� u  S  L-  NICK'S ELECTRIC  .Pender Harbour  U ^ -ft    , .  ,,A} 1   *p�� ' ���*  ForfdH "your wiring needs  Cor^fnerclal - Residential -   *���  '5 V. ^' Industrial  Phone 883-2516  ,R:R^ 1. Madeira Park   js�� :   Marine Supplies Service  JfeARDEN BAY  JfBOATWORKS  ^COMPLETE LINE OF       -J  ^'^OAT REPAIRS  ^l^rden Bay, B.C.  C|**lione 883-2366   TlfffS, 1 i 2 :���,  SECHELT TO\fi.lNG.  ^Salvage; ltd.  L. & H. SWANSON LTD.  Septic Tanks and Drain Fields  Backhoe and Front End  7 Loader Work  Screened Cement Gravel  Fill and Road Gravel  Phone 885-9666  Box 172-.Sechelt  ELECTRA-CLEAN  * t.    ��. *  Uphblstery Cleaning-  Carpets - Furniture -  7, fi 7 Rugs.  '  for_,op|.ointmenr  r       Phone 886-9890   -P   ~"'^      rr-    * *<   _v  Is  'f^ <fi7iALYAtat  LIU.'    7  77< geawEquipment Movang ^\T  *  -��i>y      ��nP. * -.Tpn    V      Tn. ��   *_      (        . ��T *'.  Frank E. Decker  ���  ^PTOMETRISX,  ^Uql/Bfo?k  ^|K-1'%-a^FEquipment Moving ,<�� ' ^l?LG1bso|iS \\  :      v  ^'; -|77f^��    &^t     ,%.^ j.w> Every..v/ednesdayf  S*JS����<r     iSM . r*y-is,  *'i/*-F~T   trr/-*r��o f 1, v.*   r'*'*'* "'    .-          '"-'          '   r **  #7sfH   WW  11^1" H1008^ *7 .   - a- - s  886-2166 '  J^hone 885-9425  7 *, 7"? \  mme 885-2062  r .vy-.li 1    *a. , . ^  ��� //'te.'H'p *�� ^ ���?-  '     *rtr  I   '���<���   *.^  fLECTRIC 1^  cal Contractora  * >'��___ - _ ���-��� - * .' .������ _,V i*  7  *   ,4 s*tw'^ \*"^    '7  PENINSULA  BUILDING SUPPLY  '/ ^eHoiise.yVithAHeart''*,  '7'V'L     .'.!..!_ ' '     V  I E, J. Caldwell, Proprietor   ,  T^;     *     .'a''- ��'_��>(M'        ci __.''-_,V''__i" . Bok^?,*. Sechelt. B.C.)    ,  .   fiZ'AZ ��. h\  ,*+ ">A   l  .    ,>u*'f'7ri   7 Phong, 5ecneit 885-yoo*  ;>.fe } 7, fi'^PKone 885&G.&V -'    ,   u ' '��� ' s   SPOTTY   SUPPORT  Tory suport is likely to be  spotty 'however, -and tbe organization is in a very bad way.  They lack a strong Quebec "leader. The failure so far to attract a man like Marcel Faribault to tap the increasingly  Conservative-minded city vote  is evidence that John Diefenbaker has little more to offer  the thinking Quebecer.  The Conservatives had eight  seats at dissolution. They might  hold their own, even gain a few,  but Quebec 4s definitely not fertile Tory territory.  Nor is it nearly as fertile as  it once was for-. Real Caouette's  Creditistes. In many parts of  the province which gave him  26 seats in 1962 and 20 in 1963,  the word is that the Creditistes  are dead.  Some of that vote will go Conservative, some Liberal, and  some to the New Democrats.  The NDP under its vigorous  Quebec leader Robert Cliche, is  enjoying a* surge (of support. It  -majr'orfmay not 4result in the ^  NDP winning its first seat ever ���  in?Quebec7       * 7  fThe fIiJ>eralu Party then, is '  thVfavorite. ItTs atTso the party *  with the most,to gain and the  most to lose. The Pearson-quest  for majority ���goverriment ���must  be based, on solid Quebec support. They key battlegrounds  then will be Ontario and the  prairies. 'But if the government  somehow loses its Quebec base,  it might as, well not even bother  fighting the other battles'  ,<*   W|v,<      ��; iW_li________  H A\\a 1  m^'L  Ln'p  Tl'  ���til  _"e'  .fi  '7.,*  If  I (Hi' (!*-'!*,��  TREE FALLING:/  }  iWolTOpPINGQRREMOVI^i '   '  ^>,LOWER UMB$ FOR .VIEW*  < 1 *  1 ���  TINGLEYS  HI-HEAT  SALES and SERVICE  t   rpT""'' ;     --;��� for all^our heating  tf {, Z ��� 1 .Otjfcwrw. work .rom Port Mellon requirements     \ t  \ \ / '' "feli ' *�� ^"^ Ha*��u' ' ���'        4 0111 Qfei' finance /Plans    ��Jf  - 7.77   ��PV SERVICES LTD. -^^.lL -J , .'     '     '**  yMarven Volen 886-9946  fV/"' v'j$ffrc}_fty Porter 886-961^  C. El, (Col) Tingley  BoxiNt>, 417# Sechelt  Holding public office 'is like  trying to dance in a nightclub.  No matter what you do, you  n^b somebody the wrpng way.  Even the wisest men make  fools pf themselves''about, wo-  men, and even the most fool-1  women are wise about men.  7;7 i.lhj-k.  A  ) Ii'  ^ !>_,  Aii- ��� A?h>hyt  1    . , ,     ) Ml V'li  ,     t'     THE  TIMES  IS A  885-9636 ��� 885-9332 UNION-LABEL NEWSPAPER  A mA'M'A}  \y\ZAm:  7  pw,.��  H^' ,^.<*v  -'./,  "H-   7��ff   Vi'  t  !7W^V77'  * thy *s   * <i  (77( fi)h ''?  .< y.4'i��t.n .��t/��i  f'*,() 7  /('  t 1  Jl  ;i,  ij '   ��J     t.    I   (IttV'tejl     '       y I  ., *�� ti m* I. ��� ii#^|��W��(l<!j I  :i': ity>W  A {'All ^<)tt  pi 7  ."tm'�� .'< v;  *7      /V,  . J. "1     �� f       ( ' *     ft  ['Jill*  %    |��      1 ��   '      1, �����*  '"   |(W(*Wi4tWW|if^iiti*JNt-��/���  11   1 mi  t  \      . j    Wr  ti   UJl1    ' <{l U|  ()     ii*   1   \ H    |U'  I"      lfJ     f' I  P7'.ir<f�� p " ��/.  M  1 , 1 ,*  >7\fjH n.  moy family banking service:  f, ,1 $  el 1'  .��s  '   j fUyapB professional help and services Arc available to the entire  family as fl1group-~or to c��ch member Individually. Suggestions  .jiiKl practical aids- such at,: how to make best uw of our 2-Account Flaty  for steady saving j low cost (10fJ-a-ch��juc) bill-paying mti k   .  i\A   1 'iVcmtMlCfrcquwB Account; how. to save money -  t      by botmwmg iho Royal tcrmplan way; Safe Deposit Boxcai  lnuilH*l,m   .J_**��"*l"��lp**>|lli|J,*P' *.       ,      r*,*_.***    *"���"*      "_.."*    **    "    * *  " * "  "    K     **   * " ���  ;   ,  |>p-��t-^��,Ufsc|fMpncyOjdcrs; Travelers Cheques, Etc .     1  lL ^,^^Whh^^ oil your       M      ,  *'    ''E^yaiBwkW-rviceft, __���-_��  1      ���� ''      , ,   !    ,���%>'??       J ' ___<f__jl     ��__. J__     _    _. ���  ^aROYAtBANK  ^T^^-A  *im$ il<ty$w Y^^^ftHi^* W ***w|.*>����v* *��w��i��t��  m*l*#-r   4#     .  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