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M-  -ir--  t*r  _-^ C1^-_ -<*?-.$.  in expansion plan  COWOTLORS of.Swhdt/foemea^d 'Th^j|toi$^*-  / fice Tiave Been receiving .c^D__^frb^iv Tesadents^-Crf thfe  Wilson Creek area questioning rumors to the effect that  Village of Sechelt plans to.tafc in WHson Creeirwcth ^ie.,  proposed expansion of village^pundaries.- ^AAHA~-r 7' Z  This' _ak-f been ^denied' by  *    ?I ���''��� 7 ,  -J 7."j,~"' -^ ���-  councillors   Gordon,   Lang,   creeic-would, prove impractical  Swain and Chairman Christine   &  unwieldy^ .iat^-w>uldv. also "  ^olmston, who aU made clear   bring our p(>puiatioir etose W  .this: j^ .definite y iiot the inten-   ^m ^M&^vtotMAru&L^  * *��� a i-  ~Z.  / i,  Coraputer. wanted  v v.*  i_  "A P?  ^<- ->J ���" v 7- -^ VVIIIIIVIwr ^vfXMMWtVmt ) "7 <_>h  ^HEJEKING scores^tf1fte^M��unk^ St^da'&AYPA   ���  ;lv League shootheW in Gibsons last Saturday proved vrtj-n-r^rc __Wr_v���V  & be quite a task. Four teams^ participatfid, iPowellBi- r"?1*?���^ I**1** .  verf Sechelt, Gibsons and Sqaamfeb: with niemliers of * v1!?*^ Sechett   jweschooiws  'theRCMP maleing afifm. ����ic^red-hefe'lfrom;|i5ft are ~ had^-tHn^ot-tteir. young  A!ec Gibb, Al Boyes, Andy Anderson,, Monis Nygren, Slw^^f?:  t/Jean-ShinAers, John Carraaice^and I^Shinngfi*: / ^i^v^T'6  ^  -  tionr of- council, .fhe^ only ex*  . pansion presently , under, consideration ��� is- *��� the- -inclusion of  -'WestsSechelL A n^eeting was  YeS^yV3_eia~wiffi~flie Wesf Se-  ctelt Water Board which indicated agreement tor the proposals, while" councilr agreed .to  bold a public meeting scheduled  -. v  7''  .responsible for -weMare^Trecif-  ients- anH* we" ��re^certaMy'liot- *  *i*ea3y^ for **_hat~ ye^^ne^ added. -  7 Fireman Gordon Hall��said He  ?was amazed* to-hear7tiie^r_t-  mors. "We have worked hard  to  establish- a   workable, fire -  improvement district-' and- irrep  JE^SE^ nliT^oT^S. sponsible talk sac* as t_ris-*coul��i  ftr,TM^day, Dec 14 at wtaiK s^n^.whbie.pfbpectteck," he  Hon.  Dan Camp^K,  mmister   ^Jy wuvlc;r^w��c*-r u*,va'   �����?  of municipal affairs wfll speak      c^j^g ^xpressed^ alarrii  3  i  ���i  "1 *        *  In Sechelt . . .  St, .Hilda's Church. JiaU ..was  'om -the 'expansion. ^  - _3iis.~-said CoanLr.Gordon^,is  nothings at -all to do1 with, the  proposed fire district which.extends from the Guide Camprto  decorated fpr iftre' occasion and  West Sechelfr He added "some-  ;y  im expeuisioii pee  4/  p"j4. "*  Wr.  v-  '   J,  MINISTER of Municipal Affairs, the Hon. DanCamp-  A bell is scheduled to appear at a public meeting,  _. ..., ,,w   ^esd^ysDecenibt^l-l'-t^^cut^w^^re^^  f ^v>t \5   posed expansion: of village bbundaries lo include west'  Sechelt.  Earlier in the day be is ex-  I>cctcd to attend a joint meeting  between councils of Sechelt and  the Indian Village.  ' Coun.\-Joe Benner was appointed chairman of the  arrangements and publicity  committee. In presenting a motion to the effect it be advertised that the minister Would  discuss expansion including  from the' Guide Camp beyond:  Wilson Creek to West Sechelt,  he dropped something in the  nature of a bomb which failed  to explode until next day when  councillors realized what they  had voted for.  \ Coun. Gordon when approached on the ambitious proposal,  -said, this was certainly a grave  mistake -and all council -had  planned was expansion to take    %%���%���� i  in West Sechelt and over to    nflln   TlT-St  CRfim  Snake   Bay.   "When   Wilson    UU1U,1U��1  dUUUi  the teenagers hadpreparediced  cup cakes, dainty'-sandwiches  and ' many oth&~ goodies for  "their happy "little guests. Prizes *  were presented for costumes,  games were played and a specialty prepared skit .kept the  tittle people.amused during the  afternoon.  11  where along' the line, rumors  gfe- hurting the "endeavors ^of>  both council apdJBre service  who-are both concerned with  a responsible development of  the fire improvement district.  Co&tC Swain pointed" out that  a village expansion extending  from- West1 Sechelt to Wilson  .at the*rumors, stating-it was  .too bad the firei cQstocfc shwild  Jbe jeopardized in'.tiiis^way^ It  .is true we* did at one time.<ott*  sider expansion, to include Wilson.-Creek, but this 4<lea7ivass  abandoned, long"ago, he said.  "I"hope^ The' Times^ will make  clear" the, fact," Sechelt has no  plans   whatsoever, to  consider  any  expansion  other  than  to  West Sechelt."-   r,  -      -   **- -  i l ^ x     t ^ _"*P**fi,J _  J *  '      U  - r-  -Brownies-Guides  +���      \    ��*--����� r*x _ " **  parade, Thursday  >  *���{*�����.       -Vw    J" V^  Z   ) * ) .  -trailer court and similar development.  Coun. Swain said" he could  sec nothing wrong with a properly run trailer court and felt  the whole of that side of the  street should be rezoned residential-commercial, t,  Coun. Gordon again objected,  stating it would mean'the complete rezoning bylaw would  have to be changed "they knew  the regulations when .they  moved there, and' if they wish  Sunshine Coast Lions  to sponsor Boys Band  FATHER Duniop of the Sechelt Residential School and  Cons. Jim Fitzpatrick of the RCMP highway patrol  .were guests at the last dinner meeting of the Sunshine  Coast Lions Club.    Both  attended to  speak on  behalf, of the Rfesiilential Boys  Band, presently in need of new  Wvi*-. ������ -�� ������    -*.*-.    instruments available '.at a cost  toVsk"rtVbusTn7ss"they%ho^d ��� of "about ,?600f. with ;which, it  have chosen a location/where   ^ felt, the,district would have  they could so operate,", lie said.  He explained that a Stoat deal  paea 7  i  Pistol league  L'i  iii'  Creek  was   mentioned  I  was  thinking of the Firo Improve*  , ment' DisUrct," ho said, "this  i   is nothing to do with council's  i expansion < program and I did  not for one moment realize we  ]     i hnd, voted on anything other  ; than West Sechelt."  \ .VdjaiincillorstBon Lang and Bill  ' i Swain 'both agreed that it was  I pot'the Intention of council to  consider any  other expansion  i thtm West Sechelt.  1     ( A, special meeting has been  Y   ' called for Wednesday, Nov. 10  J *      at which It will be moved' tho  i motion bo rescinded, followed  by clarification, 7;  ^����^l*   AW*.*��PP"-*-PPPP��iP|*'pPPP  f* *��p*pp.       * ^ppp.p.p.p.1 .^PP.^*^P*;."te!p *���!���   ..^*p..*i��p.   ,. ..  TRAIUBR COURT  ( Asked by Coun. Benner what  action had been decided on roi  gardlng tho request for pcrmls*  '   * aion to establish a small trallor  icourt at Porpoise Bay, Chair-.  , - m,on  Christine  Johnston  said  i        ahe felt council should discuss  the posslblofchango of tho by*  \..' law. Sho explained that coun��  ell will probably | havo to re-  fcono, designating certain' areas  '   for  such purposos  as  motel,  SUNSHINE Coast Pistol League  held the first of tho scheduled  eight shoots at Gibsons, last.  Saturday. It was decided that  future shoots will be held,on  Sundays, the next ono to take  place at;Sechelt on Sunday,  November 28, at 2 p.m. ...  Recreation Director Phjl  Lawrence has bcen elected  president, Mrs. Bene Carradlco  sccrctary*treasuter and JVtr.  Walt Nygren chief scorer,  . In future, teams will be .reduced from four to three mom*  bars, teams, will be classified  after tho third league shoot  a first class band. Not only  'would it eliminate the expense  of bringing ui bands" town other areas-; but would represent  Sechelt In. major provincial evj*  ents,; such"as the PNE. .  Constable Fltzpatrick said  ���he has taken an interest In the  band since arriving In the ��om-  munlty, about'one year -ago;  Since then, the boys have  shown great Improvement, and  he advised his listeners to take  note of the band when It'plays  at the Remembrance Day parade, ��� * ;  7 Unfortunately;     the    InstrU;  'a band'in the district and considering the ability of the boys,  he was < therefore, appealing to  the | Lions Club for support.  Following assurances by past  .president' Joe Benner' that he  already had pledges in excess  of .$300' and that a canvass  could easily provide. the balance, members voted to sponsor the residential Boys Band.  tion met on Wednesday, November 3 at the home of Mrs.  C. Jackson, Wilson Creek with,  vice-president Mrs. 'A. Gibson  presiding. >     *  Each'Of the 14' members attending- brought' something,  sewn or made, in preparation  for the Spring Tea. ;  Brownies and Girl -Guides  will once again assemble at the?  Sechelt Canadian Legion -Hall  > at 10:30 a.m., Thursday November Uth to prepare ,ior; the-Re\  membrance" Day parade' to "tho  Cenotaph. *  The Girl Guid^-Fly XJpa cere-  mony* will,take1} pfece-, at the'  regular Guide-; 'meeting*on-No-  vember715.  '        7 ������''' '''   ' <  -' Next Association-meeting wiU  be the annual .Christmas* party,  on Dec. l at the home of Mrs,  C. Jackson, Wilson"��� Creek,'   ;  ���  l 5  For Council. . ���  p.  ���t\.  V  A  (    J   >  V ;  'iK':"  '    Al ;  i* .i*  > i    Ii    p  \,i  A  A,        ,  1  I  1  ,1  IEEII16 CffiEII  mente presently m use, ;aro Jn   j GIBSONS^ Ratepayer Association has aroused siiffii  ml ^^^^'^..tSifi   '     oient interest to,ensure that^no vacant seats on-th-.  range of notes., New improved  instruments would make , pos*  siblo a. largo range of, tunes,  restricted to only a few at thq  moment.  ,      ., '  An < experienced < bandmaster,  Constable FlUpatrick la assist*  'village council will�� be filled by acclamation in thd  pending December elections. --��� 1  it i' i  ;  At last Wednesday's meeting, less of, the- amount of water  hold under the chairmanship'of ��� they use. (They , feel that suclk  {vice-president 7N;   B,   'Harris, a Bystcm encourages' wastage 61  'four persons wero nominated ns Water and is unfair to the se*  SoTn^o^SarrdTy^were   ��WL^^  atoWttlWIIPUrrS^l^jd %&%?S^^ ^oUo^was   passed   at  thi  between them, much hai bcen \QM 8Cnool ^^ A8'n'rosulf meeting   that   the   assoclatioS  accomplished. thogo 0Kp<?ctcd to file declara-  Father    Duniop "tola    club tilon papers are Mr. Wcs Hodg*  members, he had  approached 'so-^ Mrs. J. S, Macey, Mr. W.  tho department of Indian Af* .t,ang and Mr. Wally retcrson.  i.^*'** **��*-* iiit-W  1  I  htombers  O'Rlolly, Ban^ Roth, pete  Grabowski and John Ehlcr; Sechelt members Gunnar and  Spencer Wlgard, Jack Nelson  and Phil Lawrence; Gibsons,  Al Boyes, Alec Gibb, Walt Nygren and Collin Johnston;  Powell River, Dick Donnelly  and Len BlackweU; Squamish,  Jean and Larry Shlnners; Reno  and John Carradlco, Frank Eg*  yodi Doug Campbell and Dennis  Fi'losim. '  fairs but It had refused. to provide funds for the purchase of  the Instruments.' It would, however, pay transportation costs  and future malQtonanco of thp  band, '   i  Appreciate iho need of such  i Members of tho association  expressed concern over tho wa*  tor situation at Gibsons with  particular reference to the unfair water rates. Domestic  users are presently on a flat  rato of $z;50 per month regard-  Motion was passed at th��  meeting that the association,  recommends that the Village ot  Gibsons tako steps to buy and  Install meters for every homcL  Tho minimum meter rate cosji  being $8.50 per six months plu?  $2.50 service charge ($22.00 per  year), The maximum rato to  be not more than 20c 'per 1Q0\  cubic ft. !  Reference was also made at  -^���o p*8�� 7  ., ,p,   .    iy ,i     >  Z)A i  \  n'l  f  ���* \AA  1 ' " /  <    . *��.*.��   *n  i   ���* t y  ,-��'|��(M*WM��)M' i ;  *  Vi  i .   * -( *  ���Vs **f*(*1*^ -, * n~      * vU '>��  .���tew  Poge 2     Sechelfr Peninsulo Times     Wed., Nov. 10, 1965    F0R RENT, Continued FOR SALE (Continued.      ,    LEGAL NOTICES (Coftl)  1   '  "gtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm-mmmmmmjfmmmm^  ' _ " s  f&��__E_-r]?taaKSUiJ-7<"0^       Telephone 885-9654  i   '  , \immm<m*,  Classified  mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm  immmmmmmmmmmmmi  Published Wednesdays by the  Sechelt Peninsula Times Ltd., 'Ot  , .'. Sechelt, B.C.  LOST  FAMILY housekeeping cabins,.  _ * completely ,- equipped., Winter  Tates. ��� Phone "885-9565, Mission  : Point Motel, Wilson Creek. ��  "-' -,   v    Z s     , r  9969-4*5  ������, a���  'COTTAGE. 5 miles from Sechelt  on L beach.   Plumbing,   2  bedroom,  fully  furnished,   $45  month. Box 305, Sechelt.,,  ' 9971-46  REAL ESTATE  Member, Audit Bureou  oil Circulation  Classified Advertising Rates: 7  3-Line AdBriefs (t5 words)  One Insertion ��� -50c  Three insertions ���. $1.00  Extra lines (5 words) . 10c  Box Numbers, _���_ fOc extra  25c Book-keeping charge is added  for AdBriefs not paid by puSlicd-  tion date. r  .Display   advertising   in   classified  Ad-Brief columns,   1.50 per inch.  DEATHS  PILLING���Passed    away    November 3, 1965, Arthur Pilling  of 1745 Highway, Gibsons, B.C.  Survived   by   his   loving   wife  Eva,  two sons,  Leonard,   Gibsons, B.C. and Arthur, Vancouver,   B.C.   One   brother   John,  Chilliwack, B.C., one sister Mrs.  Nellie Gauthier, North Surrey,  -and ------ seven jgrandchildren^VMr. ��  Pilling was a life member of  Royal Canadian Legion Branch.  109, Gibsons, B.C. Funeral service was held Saturday, Novem1  ber 6, 1965 at 3 p.m. from the  Funeral Chapel of Harvey Funeral Home,Gibson^f'B;C.iItevf  J. H. Kelly officiated, cremation. In lieu of flowers donations to the B.C. Heart Foundation.  9637-47  ||B_tOWN���Passed away Novem-  W ber 4, 1965, David Auld  Brown, in his 85th year, of Gibsons, B.C. Survived by one son  John H., Vancouver, B.C. Three  .daughters, Mrs. R. (Mary)  Douglas, Gibsons, BC, Mrs. J.  (Agnes) Andison, Elsa Y.T. and  Mrs. H. F. (Gladys) Qldfield,  Vancouver, B.C. Twelve grandchildren and 20 great grand-  .children. The deceased served  in WW I with the Uth (C;MvR.  Funeral service was held, Saturday, November 6, 1965 at 1:30  .pm. from the Family Chapel of  Harvey Funeral Home, Gibsons,  B.C. Interment Ocean View  .Cemetery. Rev. M. Cameron  .officiated.' ���'   .''.:..'  , /', A "A...",:..  PASSED away November 4th,  1965, Tammy Jean Lloyd of  'Mason Road, Sechelt, B.C. Beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs.  William Lloyd, Also survived  ���by three sisters, Mrs. Pat Comeau,   Gibsons,    B.C.,. Sheila  s May and Janet Lorraine at  home, Three brothers,' Kenneth  .���,;Alan, Norman James, Robert  William, all at homo." Grandmother Mrs, Kate Lloyd, Still-  water; B;C. Funeral -service  ,v,'��s held Saturday, November  ���Mli at 4 p.m. from the family  chapel of the i Harvey Funeral  Home, Gibsons, B.C, under the  auspices of the Jehovahs Wit*  lu'sses, Interment Sea View  Cemetery, 9642-47  IN SECHELT area? 1, year-old  * black  female  Newfoundland.  Answers   to   name   of   Moby  T&oiir-Reward. Phone���885-2086.���^����Ri_f_-bedroom--hoffl��  9645-47      thams     Landing,; ,> beautiful  -view, auto, oil heat. A bargain,  PERSONAL  SIGNS painted;" at' very  reasonable   prices.   Dave   Pink-"  ney,   Gibsons.   Phone   886-9829.  ' 9834-t��n  CYPRESS  REST HOME  1885 West 10th Ave.,  Vancouver, B.C.  Personal   care   home,   family  style,  invites  guests.  24  hour  care. R.N. ateridance. Reasonable rates.  2332-tfn  WANTED, party to share office space in Gibsons or Sechelt. Free rent for answering  inquiries and phone ^alls or  will share expenses of office  ^help^ju^  c/'o: Sechelt 'Peninsula  Times,  Box 381, Sechelt. 9511-48  WORK WANTED  FOR Carpentry. New and re-  --'���> pair >vork;  Contact -V; Mitchell 885-9582. 9784-tfn  ROY BOLDERSON  Box 435 .- Sechelt  885-9530'- Evenings  Rototlllirig - Ployving  Grading - Rolling - Etc.  ,'   , . i^i -y-A ���   ���;.'     9826-tfh  EXPERIENCED    fainter,    interior-exterior.     Free     estimates. J. Jarvis 886-2987.  9867-tfn  BOOKKEEPER,   cost   accountant how available for,full or  partV.timeiWk Box 2338, The  '��� Times."::���"-���"'"7" ���".".";'"��� '"V"���' 2338-49-   j ,  FOR RENT  4 ROOM unfurnished suite for  rent   at   Granthams.   Phone  886-22C6, 9963*46  FURNISHED modernHl and 2  ��� bedroom suites, complete electric. $55 and. up. Phone 885*  9513. 9506-tfn  LOW winter rates���daily, weekly,   monthly.   Fully   modern  suite.   Epg   Maple   Motel,   885-  9513.      < 9626-t.fn  *  TWO bedroom suite in Sechelt  above Red and White Store,  Fully modern,  Photic 885-9306,  '    2339-47  i��W^.W)(rtW"t*#M^*l*��**Wi^Ml��paM'.  2 NEW SUBDIVISIONS  HOIS  Earls Cove Subdivision ��� adjacent to Earls Cove  ferry terminal on the Sunshine Coast Highway,  t.JWtW��^^��tui^WMff��*WW.*^k^  Also -LARGE-VIEW-��  Madeira Park Subdivision "~-!" overlooking Pender  Harbour and Gulf -���10% down ��� easy terms  , ,on balance. Discount for ca_h.  FOR SALE BY OWNER  O, SLADEY ��� Madeira Park, B.C. :  Phono 883-2233 or phono North Vancouver   ���  985-4934       7  an.-*, terms*v For appointment,  ���prione evenings' 885-9981. Days  ,1885-9.37.       ..  .    *   V      9975-46  1 <u; pip.1..  .'.' iMli. % ii       ' |.in  SECHELT  Bright clean .2 ,BR home, el.  heat, basement, sunroom, good  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 McMYNN  REALTY  Phone  Gibsons  886-2166  Evenings 886-2500, 886-2393,  886-2681  .77:7|63|^  CLEARED leased lot for sale.  A���5Q'xl2Q7,phone  885-9955.  9512-45  WANTED to rent for month  of July, 1966 by couple with  ho children, no pets, furnished  cottage with electricity and ip-  ^door plumbing;. close to beach. -  Early reply appreciated to  Suite 302, 1970 Haro St., Vancouver 5, B.C. 9640-47  HELP WANTED  Mrs. Naida Wilson,  Now 10 years in business.,  REQUIRES SALAL PICKERS  Phone 885-9746 or write c-o Box  * 390,' Sechelt. '"*���       "       ' 9884-41  MAKE Money Now���Male or  female. Salal pickers required  "'���'���'at 6hce*^training given; 'Contact John Hayes at Ried Fern  & Moss, 885-9313. Located in Sechelt Theatre building.  ���,.;V. ,;  9947-44  machinery;;;:;;;:;;- v;';:;;;:;:;;  25 KVA automatic-controlled  , Dormari Diesel Power Plants.  Mounted ; on skids; in as-new  condition. Replacement cost  $iq,000-plus. What offers? Write  or 'phone, Mix Equipment,  Foot Tof Cafmll Street, V Vancouver 4, BC, Telephone MU  4*0030 or RE 6*4830.       9993-tfn  AUTOS & TRUCKS  HALF-ton pickup for sale. Ph.  885*9478. 9633-48  DODGE truck, -J_*i ton,' Flat  . deck, Good shape. Phone 885*  2187. 9520-47  BOATS & ENGINES  40 FOOT, troller, sounder, !ra*  ' dio phone, pilot, 6 spool)} of  reversible gurdlcs, Ready ,to  go.  Phono 883-2698. 9629-48  13'// ft. boat with BrlRga and  Stratton, recoil starter, ^125,  Phono  883*2376. 9641*47  ELECTRIC   bass,   cherry   red  rguitaV. Like ,new. Never played.   Needs   new   strings,   $60.  Phone 884-5325 - after 5 p.m.  >���  , ' '   . - 2337-49  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  O.K. USED GOODS  _ ased-^mbassy-gas-range���  fnlly automatic    $124.95  Used Easy, washer __���_��� $49.95  Used'63S.~ wasber -r���- -53995'  Marsivell T^asher ���.��� $29.9{i  Simplicity washer -J-��� $39.95  Moffat Cottage electric  range  - -   $79.95  Hotpoint Cottage electric  range  ���,.   $89.95  Westinghouse fridge ��� $79.95  Used  TV     $49.95  PARKER'S HARDWARE  Sechelt Phone 885-2171  9647-47  GOOD hay for sale. Delivered  $40  per'-Jon.  5  ton lots.  J.  B&yer,   RR   1,   North  Surrey.  Phone   112-946-6568. 9513-51  CARROTS for sale at my farm.  ��� Small 'quantities "or sack lots.  George Charman, Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-9862. Z- ','9521-48  FOR SALE  i-Xk:  ���M.1  GENERAL Electric wringer  ', washer, ns now, $75. Phono  885-0745, k 9639-47  ENTErtPIUSK  oil   hooter,   As  new," $50,  PhVnb"'880-281)2.'  2336*40  JAY BEE USED ~���  FURNITURE  Phono 886-2346, Gibsons  Next to Ken's Parking  Boor bottles, We bUy and  sell everything  '....������-��� OODi'tfn  1 ,> .1 .���.,.��,.f ,.\hpii.f......, ��� ,,1 ,���>('*.,  . - Form No. 15 (Section 40)  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply to  Purchase Land"    7}  In Land Recording District' QJE  Vancouver, and situate up the  Sunshine Coast Highway, passing Madeira Park, situated in  the Pender Harbour Airea, approximately 3 miles from Madeira Park, north of amendfed  I i  *���'.*  parcer*'E",.L 1CS57  GUNS-GUNS-GUNS  . At  Everything  for the Hunter  at your hunting  headquarters.  WALT NYGREN SALES  LTD.  886-9303 ** Gibsons, B.C.  9863-tfn  LARGE circulating heater, had  : only." two fires in it.. 2 large  windows 6' 10" x 46". Phone  ��86i2445. 9644-49  - _  _ _. ._. _  .., r .   ���   n  .��� M  11_  LOWEST, :7,;Pr%s7--!-, ...Screened  Gravel,    Drain /'Rock,    Fill,  Shell 7iirtriA7 Simpftins,   Sechelt. 885-2132. 9955-tfn  I Paint - Fibreglqss - Rope  Canvas - Boqt Hardware  WALT NYGREN SALE^  LTD.  y'AZAA ������"'"'Gibsohv' B.Ci:;": ������'''  7   Phorie 886-9303  7857-tfn  LEGAL NOTICES  Form No, ]8  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  .��?  Tafee notice that I, WilUftm  Peters, of Madeira ��aj&'pftt-,  ish Columbia, - occupation rancher, intend to supply for p^-  mission to purchase the follow*  ing described lands:  Commencing at a post planted  the S.E. corner of T L 1278,  thence N. 3,995 feet to thfe  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  Homesite Lease); thence S.  500 feet approx. to the S.W. corner; then 3,780 feet to point of  origination, S.E- corner, and  containing 509 acres, more or  less.  The purpose for which the.lan4  is required is forGranch and  farm use. ~      ,  ���WILLIAM   PETERS.  Dated September 28, 1965.   <  9966���Pub. Oct. 20, 27, N. 3, 10  ..   ���  ��W.pl        _ ���  Form No, 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT       .    . ,  Notice of Intention to Apply to  Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver, British Columbia  and situate North Shore o��  Skookumchuek Narrows in the  vicinity bf'E'gmont.  Take notice that Erika Hilda  Behrisch of 1698 West 64th Avenue, Vancouver, B.C., occupation Housewife intends to apply  for a lease of tho following described lands: , ;  Commencing at a post planted beihs the S.E. corner of the  applied leasehold and beside  a post planted by Joseph Wil-  , Ham Bancroft, being thc South-  West corner of his leasehold apr  plied for thence 3 chain west  along the high water mark;  thence 10 chains or less north;  �� thence 3 chains enst; thence 10  chains or less south, back to  point of commencement an4  containing apprpx. 2V_ acres  more or less, for tho purpose  of a 'campsite,  Erikn  Hilda  Behrisch  Dated nt Eftmont, B.C.  October 9th. 1965.  9509-Pub. Oct. 27, 3, 10, 17, '65  Notfce of, Intention to .Apply.* to  Lease Land'       ,..V; 1  In Land Hecordlng District  of Vancouver nnd sltunto on  South shore of North Lnkc.  '. l?j��ko notice that Willing M<  chard,Marshall of 8569 Hudson  St.;. Vancouver, B.C. occupn*  tion welder Intends to npply  for[; a lenso of the following  described lnnds;  CfdmmcnciniR ai ft.popt,. plant. ���  cd,��t N.W, corner ofDL 7000,  ,G;P;I, N.W.D.i Uicnco 198 fcc{  We>t ,alon�� shoreline; thence  So^th 000 fcot-thence 198 fooj  'Eagjt-'to.'" W, boundary; thence  Nor^h, to point of commence-  mejit, nnd containing 3 ncro��,  more or les, for the purjwso  of pummcr, homo   :, Wllllnm Jllchnrd  Morshall  Dated Octobcf l)th, 31)05,  2334~Pub,<Noy, 3710, 177 H���<������  Gosper Church  (Undenominational)  Sunday School 10 a.m.'  Church Service  11:15 a,m.  PASTOR REV. Si CASSELLS  Selma Pork Community Hall  JGSSSSSSSSSB  BETHEL BAPTIST  CHURCH  "',',"''""���*'"-SICHEI-T  SERVICES  Suntlay School -���10 a.m.  Church Sorvico ��� 11115 a.m.  Prayor - Wodnmday 7jJ0 p.m.  PASTOR ��  REV7A; WILLIS     ';,,  You aro Inivltcd to attend  f  , , ,; ony orciach oorvlco, ,,v  * n *���  i-  *p  ���  y*.  .'Ut  ,   ft._,    ,1-i^iy^u ,��,Mt    ,).  1'.... .i.,,.,*ij.,..' , 1 ( .A-.i,|,u h^-'A^,y -"-ti- -lfln*riinr'-|Tft{fnrf|-<^~i -r���m���i*Hi. i iif"ii'Ai .* (Ai-in��-_ i-JltedU"   *'i^r**J,��^-*T-,rf__T^g  ���JU��^ W->-jo-jr..--.T,Ji  -f^r- ����*-lv).*-- ^vt-��--^[   _*^-r*^-*W'-' ***-Y?'  .���.-.. _  -j-*-.^. _i     ..��� -p*-^**-   w  __ __aA__n,iiim. ���iA-������4sat-i*<��r*-*��p����^iy*-'l��*-i*1-��*Mii  i*^***- -***5".��-K*��^��, ,_^   +*-��-��       i-��*^S- f^w*^/^Vfl**^-*,w'---**^^^-*'*v-*-w-1^  '   i^   , _,_>-  ���*>*��**��r.  t -     r1  CECAL NOTICES (Cont'd)  ��  'V  v ���***>  t    . 7 ,.   , Form No. !$<,,  \    -   ���* "(Section 82T  , ^Notice s pf Vlntehtidn^ to yAppty  r   ���;v, 4o -Lease* Land  ���>4 ���*���    *-  < fc- ���/���_   -*  - In Lahd, Recbrdin^ Distriet- ot  Vancouver and situate on South:  -^r^hore^f-3North4a_:i  Take^notice that Albert Edward  1 Dawson of 8049,Caritier Street,  Vancouye_v occupation barbery  fntends to' apply for % lease'  of,, the following described  lands:���, .^ ' ^ ^  Commencing at a ��� post planted  at N.W. corner of DL 6999 GPf.  Wed., Hor. 10, 1965 ��� Sechelfr Peninsuto Times   'jfrgki  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  shoreline rto   N.E.   corner  h 7000 125 it. more pr less;  No apparition  NEW MEMBERS of. Sechelt -Young^eopleslAssoc-atton y  -proved that< tfaey will meet any, cbaHeoge; when  clad in "longjohns'Miiey sang-carols outside Shop*Easy,  litlliMliillliifM  N.W.D.   thence  West, along   ^ ^ 0J_ ^^aSSta^a^Yante1tei&&Si  t*t*rt*1YU\n\t     a*A      X>arrn\r '-Or.\A\ttr.\\     _ T,._l-.     Ui��_��     ' _* .J���  ~ ,uw _*o ��. ���__��* ^ ,��*_, ceremony  are Penny  Caldwell, -Judy  Higgs,  Sandy  thence South 660 ft; thence East Clarke, Judy Handford, Heather Espley and Mary Rit-  125 ft to w. Boundary,of Lot chie, also in the group are Donna Nelson, Susan Thorold  6999- thence North to point of and Sandra Hanson.  commencement and containing*    : ���������,_   ; ������    a acres, more or less, for the #V'  Is         .         _*���%            f    " i_ * -         ^  "v��� * "^ Roberts Creek News  ?.-J_!,s Iree reminder of comin9 events' is .a service o.  SECHELT AGENCIES   LT_>.   Phone Sechelt _P__tosulo-  ,       ��� ������ i   ' i^.  ., (.  ���by Florence McSavaney  AT A SPECIAL centennial meeting, -held on Monday   >  evening, November 1, further plans were discussed  _^___l__h_-_i*r__h'ts-_v__-' *���__*_   k<\   V__-vl_4   _-l_*__4v_._*_   -Ll .    _ _��   -___/___       )  ���Albert Edward Dawson  Dated 22 September,  1965.  2333-Pub.  Nov.  3,  10,17,'24,  1965.     "   '    -  Notice of intention ,to Apply C��r celebrations,tobe held during the summer of 1966  to Lease Land The   tentative   plans   are  to ������  t��� t-���._ ��_.   ���.����� - ���t. ���;   _- *lave an all-day carnival, .with    of these /goblins' would think if  K-,.,   w_. *!57ng   o Jlnct ��J dating in the evening. As this'   they should have some disaster  ��ew   Westminster,   B.C.   and will require the assistance of    happen to them, such as a fire,  Situate on Nelson Island, B.C. quite ,a number of people,- other *   and the Red Cross should refuse  Take notice that Joyce Fell* associations and-clubs-in'the'   to,help themr This\wouia uot-  qf     Vancouver,     occupation: area 'are toc be' contacted and    happen, of course, as the .Red-  Secretary intends to apply for* asked to assist,           -  ���;           Cross'is always willing to assist  a lease of thc following describe -   Further plans will be formed    P^P^e in, unfortunate- circum-'  ed  lands:   Commencing  at^a, after the'Chirstmas   hoUdays.'   stances; "and certainly it was"  post planted in S.W. corner of in the meantime the committee"   * verT 'tow-down' trick to dam-  proposed lot, approx.  V_ mile has  a  quantify  of  Centennial    a2e Properly whicfi has been  W. from Fearney Pt7thence 660 Calendars for sale. These make    loaned or .donated in order to  ft. North; thence 198 ft. East;, very   nice   gifts   to   send   to    facilitate  the  good work" that  thence 660 ft. South; thence 198 friends   who. reside ��� elsewhere    this group' accomplishes.'   .   ,  ft West and containing approx. as they aro illustrated "with pic-"    *   - " -^���  /    ' ���   m i  2% acres  more or less, for the tures, representing- Events ;��n* - iA man who .thinks '.marriage.* . 1 1  purpose of summer-home. B.C. history. A number, of these:   is, a .50*50 proposition doesnTun--   |fe  ���JOYCE FELL willbe -available at the library;    derstand  one- of .two things���  "   Dated Sept.,25th, 1965.   t > / %^ ? ^'^                '     .  women or fracUons/    -    ,*    .  9635-^Pub, Nov. 10, 17, 24, Dec. Halloween is now, over to.,;=gj======���  i' 1965 ' '--��� >      ���'      '" another/ year and most young-' rB1���1">n.'�����������������������  ml !  ' ���'        , -stersL celebrated it in the usual *  xt .i       t t *   _.-    7    _    _ fashion. There'were one or two*  NoUce of Intention to Apply ' fires on the,beach with, smalf  to Lease Land    -        ��� fireworks displays later in the.  In Land Recording District of evening,   ,       ,,   ���            '-7  New   Westminster,   B.C.   and There "are "always a few trou-.  situate on Nelson Island, B.C.* We, makers "who are not satis-  fcake notice that James Farris, fied with-fun,-butbave-to carry  of Vancouver, occupation: mc7 W^h spirts"to the point of creat-  chanic intends to apply fbr a' in& mischief. When it was found'  lease of the following described ^ ^ oil ibarrel.at tli��*;Bed*  Unds:-���Commencing at' a, post Cross .Cottage had -been ,Wer-��  planted in. S.E. * corner, of pro-" turped by .^pranksters' and ihe  Ipbsedlot, approx. VS. mile .W. v,oU,  *****   out   on the   ground,'  from Fearney Pt. thence 660 ft,, everyone, agreed ;that vthM;can.,"  rlNorth;, thenco  198  ft\West; not be considered"a prahk; ^��7  016^0:660^, Souqi;:U,ence^ 198*'    We wonder :whj>t;the families'  ft. East and containing approx.        ������        '   --- ��� - ;���'���^ ~  2^4 acres, too.c .or Wss; for' the  purpose of summer ,home. , ,  -JJAMES FARRIS,,  pa ted1 Sept 25; 1965. ' r  Times direct tor tree listings, specifying 'TJbteMW-1.f,  _ Please note thqfr space is limitedond soirje advance dates-'  yrnay hove to woit their turn; also-thot this Js a "reminder"  .listing only and cannot always carry full details.  Nov/ 13���10:30 a.m.4:30 p.m. Pender Harbour High  School. Annual^Distr-cf Recreatior. Conference.-  .Nov.,.. 13���4At, Elphinstone>��� Chapter- Order of DeMoloy *  ���    r will hold a bbttledrive.     - * " ,  Nov. 13���2 p.m.t Rutherford residence, Halfmoon Bay  Hospftal_ Auxiliary, Bazaar & Tea.  ; Nov? 14���1  p.m. Practice Trap Shoot, ijechelt Rod &  . Gun Club at Wilson Creek.  -Nov. 18���2:00 p.m7St. H.Ida's Church Half. OAP.O.  election of officers for  1966. *���  Nov; 19-���From 11 a.m. Business & Professional .Women, Rummage Sale. Next to Wigards Store,  Sechelt.  Nov. 20���10 om.-4:00 p.m. Port Mellon Community  Hall. Arts & Crafts Seminar. Mosaic Work & Oil" -  Painting. * '  MOVING? YES!  TO RIGHTER'S BLOCK  .     _     WHEN ��� ANY DAY NOW  SEE YOU THERE  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  -     REALTY and INSURANCE  Phone 885-2161  :fc  Say You Saw It In'The Times'  *..��        .-.. _r._-\.,        ���__      ,     _  i ��-*-  i^36*Pub: Nov, 10, 17, 24, Dec'  Chiropractfc Off/ce,  MONDAY; THURSDAY  \ 1678 (Viorfno J-rly�� -. Glbsws ,  Phono 886-W3   <  ������*" f ""' fi'" '���' ' ���^������������ip-pW'-"'"-B '|p-'T7|,*-y"i''-i '1 ��� Ji Ii' 1   iI'i'm"  'mm: % ��&\%i  \ za:\  TRY  I I M if  I    )  VI    J 1  Molor Prod.  ,\ a  VSMHILT, D.C,  n: ubmhIi i'T��d'i>��Un  I i��������fi��wj-*B����t ��m*4 (*��**��� #,hw# M�� s*  h#4 ����. !����+** H** W  Gibsons  SSO OIL FURNACE  1 , i-1  ,.�� j^ ".��1,i*JP*P ^P*p   *.l*r&li,,&t     *,^MtLll*IM&   MWIUM.    ..&.��,_*P%P1.t' 4(_.wwppP��Ap*iH^��li^l||.|.iA.  P t  ,'  Hdw0itlyl;���:..:.  '. t '        ,.       p     *     I     p      I  No Trade Required  1  .1  1   1  1  No Down Payment * Bank .Interest  Ten Years To Pay,  COMPLETE LINE OF APPLIANCES  For Free Estimate - Call 886-2728  if.  mm  ���SB  . . - ,'���'   \icu. ft.;      -'i  Combifrtcafi^ii Fridge  AUTO DEFROST  10.5 Cu. Ft. Fridge  4.5 Cu. Ft Frcexor  Reg.  $449.95.        ,,  ��� i our * Trodo ^100 "������'���'������,>-'-'-'1'  >yorM>*9 order * *---*  "   Tcrma AVoiJoblo  Boldly'Beautiful with an entirely  new styling" concept. ���    '  '  ' ��WMWWVMWWMWWW.W--|W<MW*Wm  13 Cu. Ft/Fridge  Defrost - Freexer  Spacious design makes this  . Refrigerator a Householders  Reg. $399.95  Toar Trodo $100 ' ' ' **  working order t7QQ 4C  Pay Only ������.���.., ��... #8.7***3  V  A  1  \ ���PARKERS HliRtDWARE^LTD;:; ~+;  Cowrie St. SECHELT, B.C. Phono 085-2171  > .  Watch For Our Big Christmas Catalogue Sale  .  II  r   I*  <   7'  '..'X  n*���"��,.<*. I    A'  \  Ai  in   i  it. I' I.    .    Ml. .  I. '���"Pi'PM*,^^^^^^ l*m*mmv,t,.  Mil       l|,'(t / ��� .   , 'it  l      *���'  '���i   - . �� i,. *A__,  v;-4  SfeSliCLxPiiraTSUlA^W..  ���'    Page 4    Sechelt Peninsulo Times     Wed., No*. 10., 1965  the Reader's Right  "1 may be wrong, but I shall not be so wrong as to fail u> say what I believe to be right."���John Atkins         Wednesday, November 10,1965      . ������ ��'������'�� ���"7"-    '   -"  "   "  ' Letters to the Editor mpst carry a signature and address, dlhough a  pen-name may be used jot publication.  Wateh, few ��hai*pie��  CANVASSING Xoi fuuds4^g8Ja-oa-^&-move���wish- to make out a cheque for the usual  and during the next few months most of amount."  us will be asked to contribute to a number of Probably eight out of ten people fall for  causesithe quantity ,equalled only by the diver- this and willingly oblige without taking the  sity of the projects involved. trouble to discover that the head offices are in  Warning goes out at this time for many Nebraska, U.S.A. This same individual called  of the institutions to< which the unwary will into this newspaper office last year with the  be asked to donate are of an extremely dubious  tiatu-ce and require close scrutiny.  'To some extent we all tend to be hypocritical and simply donate because we feel it  is the done thing Or simply just lack the courage,  to say no. It is not that we genuinely contribute  out of true kindness of heart.  same approach. His departure was to say the  least "abrupt" when quietly told the newspaper  was not in existence the previous year. He  therefore did in fact leave with the usual donation, nothing. Needless to say he did not call  this year.  Another canvass of the province is made  The sharp operator knows this and acts  'each year, usually coinciding with an announ  accordingly, knowing full well that a small  percentage only will actually question the  organization he claims to represent.  One individual who appears to make an  annual visit to the Peninsula was back last  week, and indeed, not without some success.  His particular Cause is known as the Christian  Foundation of Braile Inc. with offices in Victoria. His mode of attack is "I notice you are  a regular contributor and naturally assume you  cement by th6 Canadian National Institute Of  the Blind that a canvass is to be made. This  is an organization connected with the blind,  but one operating somewhere south of the line,  and certainly not connected with the C.N.I.B.  There is nothing wrong with giving generously to any known worthy cause, but whenever the slightest dOubt exists, either pursue  things a little further or save that hard earned  cash.  Key to Se-ciiflty  FOR a variety of reasons, a large number of helped raise the level of starting salaries of-  graduates fail to pursue their studies at fered by an average of three percent each year.  the university level, many of whom could enter "If you really want a man, you give $5  "if they'so wished.'" "Z "'" ";"'"'".'.'' ^'r'"'^'*''^^'"  This is actually a sad situation for their good standing, maybe even $5 for just graduat-  whole future could be so vastly secure and ing," one recruiter is quoted in the Review.  financially rewarding with a degree to help  them. It certainly is not the magic key to a  fortune but is a tremendous asset in an age  when more and more industries are raising  their sights on the university trained applicant.  "It has never been such a sellers market"  says a recent issue of the Imperial Oil Review,  "There just aren't-enough graduates to go  around."  Every year about this time, swarms of  recruiters from business descend on.universities seeking fresh talent to help run the ha-  "Then, to make sure you've got him, you add  another $5 for his curly hair."  The number of firms standing in line to  pay these higher prices is also on the increase.  Industry visits to Canadian campuses have  gone up 15 per cent annually over the last few  years. "   ���  According.to- the Review, in the fierce   Jay* to JJ* ^^^  *ut *?  :,iy.,...y.,.:....,..r^i,^..!;.^.^.....y...: i...,^.vt:A..:;.,:;,;,., - .%-,.:���..��..> �������������-,.���.. *.��*���-, build a $700,000 breakwater at  J0���-*tltlon .A"1?1^  these- 5^-^*yP^.l.lff..oI_tit.  iT;i_otie-����..,.Tte.  brains, recruiters use everywilejshort of girlish ConservaUves under Mr, Die-  tears. Some arrange lunch with the president fenbaker certainly thought so.  to -impress the bright young prospect, "but   perhaps this explains why they  Deception  Editor, The'Times:  Cruel Deception would be a  good title for an Ian Fleming  story. Even if Mr. Boyd Shan-  ~non fished up - the coast-for~3fl  years,  it  does  not  mean  he  .knows more than Jack Davis,  who did get the Rhodes Scholarship-* for studying ... we  know he has been working on  the breakwater for some time.  Estimates usually start lower  in difficult construction work.  They generally get reimbursed  if needed. Quitting with words  gets nothing done,and the other  parties are not all on tbe side  of the angels.  ���MARGARET ALLAN  Smear answered  ���%ditor, The Times  Sir-���Recent issues of your paper have carried letters from  Mr. Boyd Shannon, federal candidate for the Conservative .  party. Their intent was to downgrade my efforts to have a  "harbor of refuge" built at Sechelt.  Mr. Shannon*cannot^have���,it  both ways. Either the Liberals  have no intention of building a  breakwater at Sechelt or the  breakwater that they are committed to build is not large  enough. One Charge at a time  please butnot both;   ---'    "  The fact is that a ��250,000  breakwater 'has been completely engineered. The land and  materials have been cleared. A  quarter of a million dollar expenditure has been announced  by the prime minister. Work on  this project should be complete  by July 1, 1967,  After  a  few  years  it  may  tion's industry. The competition and demand   that'll be the only time the grad will probably   did nothing about the waterfront  _C___   _���_.__ J ___-._._    ;_    ___.-._.._..__-.*_*. J   1��-   +l_.*_    A-_-___A��:_-_.->_-_A    _<_f __ir_��r _ aa   _l_a   v-__-_n-.__ __-__)*-_*  *'  Ana   ftrr_*_  **-fr\.t_i/1��e   __   *T**_ *__���        Citstknlt        #____*_ nr*        iV_ __>__���        <_iv  for students is illustrated by the experience of  one recruiter who walked into another V re*:  cruiting room by mistake. Before he coiuld  protest he emerged with-a job offer as an elec-  ���irKal[enf��neet.::.;A;\:.r-Ayy:rA:.^  Last year  3,220 jobs weire offered to  2,427 science and engineering students at the  University of Toronto  This disparity has   products.  Target Wmr  ever see the president." One firm provides a 75  cent lunch in,the cafeteria to "show what the ^  company is really like."  Public utilities and the civil service cbjp-  italize on youthful idealism by offering an opportunity of public service. Others try to take  advantage of the popularity of their particular  at   Sechelt   during   their   six  years in office.  v ���JACK DAVIS  P.S, I'll wager Mr. Shannon  any amount he wants to name  that a new Liberal government  will have construction of the  long awaited Sechelt breakwater under way early next year.  gaits  * *  PLANS for a building on Hackett Park, comprising rest rooms, storage room and refreshment booth, will be welcomed by the  many users of the1 Park, for lack of this facility  has beep a sore point for some considerable  time,  Present plans call for.a concrete block  Community lMhq  Editor, The Times:  Sir���How lucky we are to live  ih a small community and hot  but this could be kept under control with a  little all round co-operation.  ��� Police ��� do* their part by patrolling thc  area, they are unfortunately unable to keep a  constant watch and it is up to residents and  users of the field to report vandals when seen*  Thertf is nothing .wrorig in rcportinga crime,  building, with" the object of cutting down the particularly when the welfare of the majority is  inevitable vandalism, to a minimum. Continued threatened by the irresponsible actions of a  damage to any buildings erected at the park   few mqirons,  has been responsible for council's reluctance It then remains for prompt and drastic  to install a permanent structure in the past, court action, petty fines mean nothing and  Assurances have, however, been given by thope are' usually laughed at. We badly need re-  who have sought a building, that a concrete creational parks and when we get them it is  building vyill largely eliminate this problem, up to all to make sure they, are appreciated.  It; is to be hoped such will be the case. It is an easy matter to accuse council of  There \^ no question that many improve-   neglecting its duties, but it is to be borne in   b^aUUfyhig, or merely ^cooking'  ments arc necessary;at Hackett Park, which is V mind, cnthiisi  used exteasivcly throughout the year by various   when it is known that the next improvement   to  give,  or  money,   cast  off  organizations. Right now, approximately four   carried out will produce further outbursts of ������-'-"-���---   ���   ���     -           football teams arc making use of it. Unfor- hooliganism. The remedy lies with us all,  _.._..._... .,.___ _._ ,       .    ......-..-.._i    vigilance and drastic action mctcd out to of  fenders when apprehended.  In the .impersonal rush of the  cities,'''? ��� ���. \Z-A ;'l7 7'.'  Here on the Sunshine Coast  we can all help to put a little  extra sunshine into the lives of  others. In other words "The  Haves can help the Have Nots."  This does not mean living In  a commune, as In Russia. I existed for two winters In Finland, 1048-40 under the Russian  control commission and learnt  the fear of thqt type of brotherhood,';/  By the Haves, I mean those  with talent for teaching, living,  self and many other residents  will not be in the area of our.  choice.  Action should be taken now to  set aside land for'a memorial  garden   in   the   Sechelt. area,"  while crOwfl laud is still-avail���  able.  Sickness has disabled me but  I am prepared to back to the  utmost any person or group interested in pursuing this project which concerns so many  long-time residents of the area.  -JACK JONAS  False impression  Editor, The Times:  Sir���On behalf of the Elphinstone Aero Club, I would like to  repudiate any false impressions  created by Mr. Van de Meer-*  berg in his column headed Airport News and Visits October  13.  The opinions expressed were  not those of the Aero Cliib but  the personal opinions of Mr.  Van de Meerberg. ,  The club is quite satisfied  with the administration of the  airport by the airport commit-  �����=tee^and*������ wishes-ito* disassociate.  itself from the remarks of Mr.  Van de Meerberg which were  considered to be in extremely  bad taste.  Indeed, the club feels the  taxpayer is fortunate in having  such efficient' village" cOnimis-^  sioners serving on the airport  committee. They are carrying  out a fine job of furthering the  progress of the.airport on what  is a very limited budget.  -SIDNEY F. BUTLER,  President,  Elphinstone Aero Club  Taxpayer rebel  Editor, The Times:  Dear Sir:  Study of the proposed $773,350  referendum, approved by Sechelt School District Trustees,  shows, after stripping away the  frills, a net increase of six  classrooms.  If this plateau is established  by passage of the referendum  then what will be the objective  for the next blast-off? Is this V  to be our very own launching-  pad and "To Hell with the  cost?"  /This program to produce, and  I repeat,  a  net of six class-;  rooms Is too rich for my blood.  TAXPAYERS^-REBEL AND  DEFEAT THIS REFERENDUM ON VOTING DAY!  -TAXPAYER  Confusing issue  Editor, The Times:  Sir���Doesn't It seem odd that  A school secretary-treasurer  should mention tho over expenditure of teachers for supplies and yet sit by and allow  the school board to sanction,  spending of $773,356, the great-  est part of which Is unnecessary?  No doubt he has no control  over the building of frilly fol-  dc-rolfl, but ho should try to  guide them before our trustees  put us all on social assistance,  It does not make sense to spend ,  tunatcly there appears to have been a little  laxity on the maintenance side, of late. Grass  has been ��� let grow long, the playcs themselves  conducted a clear-up of debris and the goalposts have a sadly dropping appearance/  ���"-���- -This*is-not'-a-largo'-projcct*td-mnintain-  pnd considering the small amount of attention  given it of recent years, ball game organizers  have good reason to ask for improvement.  Council is .not overlooking its duUcs in  this i-cspect and is to be commended for approving, the hew building. Another improvement will be a tennis court, this too is slated  for thc near, future and there4s good renson  to believe a great deal nibre attention will bo  be given, our only park, next'year.   '  Tho onc blight on the picture appears  to be thc damage inflicted by the idiot fringe,  dy.ns ��_ ,ho-o ��!,'�����., ��������   !,Uir���mTrS;o^Uwl.o�����  *mmm^mmmmmmm0mt��^mm00m0mmp'0^mmmm^0m^mmm0m^miJrmmmmm  \       '>  t ��� . , '  SE^imPmN-OJiATW-.  Published Wednesdays at Sechelt  on B.C,'�� Sunshine Coun  h'-i'i by '���  Sechelt Peninsula Times Ltd77 ^  ..,,. Box 381 -'Sechelt, B.C.  Serving the area from Port Mellon to Rriho'hI  (How, Sound to Jervis Inlet)  Douglas O, Wheeler, Editor  S, Ih Aligard, Publisher  Subscription Ratcm  (Jn advance)  l  Year, $5 - 2 Years, $9 - 3 Years, $13  U.S. and Foreign, $5,50  Of necessity, to take out taxes  In welfare grants,  But above all,  as wc each  know our neighbors as well, let  us  With a  hopeful word  wol*  comc*tuom**lntO"*our"'Siinsltlrte,H  Community,  r-DOROTIlY GREENE  Badly needed ,  Editor, The Times: |h  Sir���This letter will perhaps  focus attention on tho fact that  there Is no cemetery In the Se*.  chelt area, ,   ,  On more than one occasion  <lurlng tho past year, 1 havo  been concerned to think that  the final resting place of my*  therp is, already a music roomer has that been used for, something else? Tho gym W largo  enough for basketball, why cn-  JnrgoJt?.  i ���Wfa��*>W^>Bi��*taii3;p-M *��itoM wWtpW^WW-WurtKt. W��*W��!*SI**p><  Also, do wo vote for an administration building whoro  only a few of tho trustees, want  It, or do wo turn down tho  classrooms that nro necessary?  I hope tho trustees are, not as  confused' an I am over this,  ���It. McSAVANEY  .,.,.....,��...r-7l..���.,.,.,. - ",'���  ���    ���  ���..ii. _..     According to a survey, 40 per  cent of the population hates  sonic booms. Tho other (K) per  cent couldn't hoar tho quesi  lion,  i  r  rm,,  ,^,!.}Ayt:\.  ,.(...l,���i,u.,i,.4--��.-l- jpf*r*ir~J*im&**r'*  *        t    > ��� -��� *     ���**. >  ;w^Jifl^^��u*^J*'��^*��*��i*'���^^* .  1  7r:J  'pf  Sunshine Coast  ��� ���,,�� 1  ,Wed., Nov. 10,1965'    Sechelt Peninsulo Times  - Page 5  Business & Proiessiond  '��men ictive on project  MEMBERS of the Sunshine? Coast Club o��< Business & ,  Professional Women were honored with a visit" from  their Provincial President, < Mrs. Ivy Baston, who tra~  veiled from Powell River for vthe dinner meeting Nov, 2.  * After    a   delightful ��� dinner    ,��� 7-1 ~   -Mrs^-Baston. sat as an~obsefei-7i-kri^r^  ver during the business meet*v   proposal,  ittg! of the club.  Mrs, Dorothy Bosch reported on her pleasant visit to the  North Shore HBPW Club mem*'  bers who spent Thanksgiving  weekend at Ole'a Cove Resort.  The United Nations Committee  Chairman, Mrs, Phyllis McLeod, gave a resume of happenings at the UnSfced JSEaiions  during the past month and announced that we had received  a consignment of UNICEF  Christmas cards for sale, the  proceeds going to help the  work of the UN.  UNICEF agency which cares  for the needy children of the  world. ^AU��� members were urged to sell as many boxes .as*  possible, Mrs. Doreen Lee ��� reported  on   the  latest  Pender  ember l_.h were discussed^ Jt  appears    many   donations * of  tyg received ;by the ciub mem--, Old-time resident passes at Sechelt  7 .<-/  bers. Members were urged to ' XAST RITES for Mabel * Lucy. " marient "resident,    n' -      \   -  get.out and vote on November >? - MacFarlane, were held in St < ' She leave's three sons, Stan-*'  ���8th. TSie'.hext^meeting to be^a'   Hilda's - Anglican  Church, r Se-    ley (Dick. Warner of Langley,;  -Christmaus -party after the busk.* ehelt, >with* Rev. J. B.f Fergus-  _ Floyd (Harold) Warner of >Nan<*.  ness meeting^ was''set for-Dec-    son, officiating.        '   f* ' aim# and Alec Warner* of Van-*  ember 7th.   - "a1-   <    \ .-A   ' /.Mrs., MacParlane  passed    couver; one. step daughter Mrs.  >The-Provincial President then -away J" November 3 inVancou-  taddressed, ,tbe.' meeting   an^ V���r'���after a' short lBness- Sbe  gave an absorbing-, informative-  Ruby Jones of Seattle; nine  grandchildren and eight great,  grandchildren. _   Interment    in  Roberts  President, Mrs. Jo Benjafield, announced that members  of the club had,helped during  the recent' fund-raising "��� campaign by t CARS. - The I club -decided to subscribe to Hansard,  the verbatim parliamentary reports, and Mrs. Kaye White  offered to receive these and  analyse them for reporting to  each club meeting. ,  -  Mrs. Grace Harling read' a  newspaper clipping on women  seeking office in the forthcoming federal election. Mrs. Kaye  White gave a report on inter-"  esting news items gathered  during the past month.  -Details of the-club's  Rummage Sale to he beld.in the  vacant store.next to Wigacd's^  shoe store in Sechelt on Nov-  ������-*��.��        wwpam..^   ^vas an old-tiroe resident of Se-  '���ta lV"on"llie*"or_EatitmaI' che& fist* imping here in ihe,  Seaview    Cemetery,  stricture nf ft** BPW Vhih/She    sununer months and then a per-    Creek.'  pressed. that, there there s are  no barriers;of race,- color7or  creed amongst" the many ija-7  tions with member clubs. ; 7��  ' Mrs. Baston then outlined the -  structure of the Canadian Fed- 7  eration showing: the connection "4  from the individual-member to  the head office in Ottawa. She  also advised on some problems  a new club may have.  Members' present found the  address most illuminating and  interesting as it gave them an  insight into the basic fundamentals of the club that is normally gained only after long  attendance at club meetings.  Mrs. Baston-complimented'the  club, on 1 its first' six months'  work/ and said she was- most"  pleased with 7 its progress Tto  date. *    *  Chain Saw Centre  Wilson Creek. B.C.  AGENTS FOR  Phone 885-9626  STIHL  homelite - Mcculloch - p.m. canadien  PIONEER CHAIN SAWS ond  JACOBSEN ROTARY MOWERS  A:-"  ' a        PARTS-, and^ACCESSORIES    ��� .,  /7   GOOD RECONDITIONED SAWS ALWAYS ON HAND     J  5>j-.*>^.--\ -. >  ewd cm  leu/6  of your business leaders  Chain Saw Centre ;  Wilson Creek ;   |  Dealer* for P.M. 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HiHlnfdn top scof$
PENINSULA, gangers scored, their seventh win in seven
•   * games when they beat ModeLCleaners of Richmond
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*  LM0dfel   Cleaners   were   the
, v . Little.champions ,
TOP OF THE league standings in Division 6 Sechelt Residential scored another victory last Sunday in a very close game with Gibsons Canfor. What .these fellows
lack in size they make up in speed. Pictured here with, coach Brother .Ian. McDoug-
all, from left, front, Gary Paulr Lome August, Kenny Hanuse,, Jack Timothy, Laurie
Gabriel and John Dick. Back, Marvin John,-Eugene Baker, Dan Campbell,-Barny
Hanuse,.Robert Paul, Neil Timothy and- Gary* Timothy.
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Sechelt Tigers
SHARING top position with Gibsons United in Division 4, Sechelt Residential Tigers
scored another victory last Sunday Ayhile breaking in a hew set of soccer boots.
Reading from left, back, Dean Johnson, Harold Dominic, Ron Pierre, Mike Paul, Brother v. MacJ9diMd;7Td^^ Paulvahd Cameron WaHce7Fronts Berhie August, Roland August, Gordon Dick, Tyron Joseph, Lome Edmunds, Richard Joseph
and Krrby Jackson.
*64.-'65 _ champions of the Post
Office Recreation League and
were- the, "toughest team the
Rangers'have met yet.
"Ted Joe scored, two goals,
Ben Pierre' and-Doug Elson one
each and the Model Cleaners
fullback, while wider pressure,
placed a batt through his own
goal.
Next Sunday the Rangers
plax New ysfestminster United-
at Queens Park. Their next
home game will be November
28. ;..
r Coach" John Jack hopes* to
bring some exhibition games to
the Peninsula in the near future.
Junior soccer results 'for Sunday, November 7 were as follows:   '    ;    _
. DIVISION 4
Sechelt Res. Tigers 6, Sechelt
Legion 0; Roberts Creek Wanderers 5, Madeira Park Kickers 0.
DIVISION 6
Sechelt Res. 2, Gibsons Canfor i; Rdberts Creek Tigers
W.O., Madeira Park Rangers
scratched;   '   "
FIXTURES  FOR  SUNDAY,
NOV. 14-DIVISION 4
Madeira Park Kickers vs. Sechelt Res. Tigers; Sechelt Legion vs. Gibsons ♦ United; Roberts Creek Wanderers, bye.
DIVISION 6
Madeira Park Rangers vs. Sechelt Res. Tigers; Gibsons Can*
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for vs, Gibsons legion;. Roberts'
Creek Tigers, bye. ,
- Game .time at 1:30 p.m..       -
LEAGUE STANDINGS
DIVISION 4
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Gibsons United
54 1 030,5 8'
Sechelt -Tigers
5 4 1 0*29   5 *
Rberts  Creek
5 2 3 0  9 16 4
Sechelt Legion
5 14 0   2 15 2
Madeira Park
5 140   3322
DIVISION 6
PWLTFA  pi
Sechelt Tigers
5 5 0 0 28   2 10'
Rbts Creek. T.
5 3 1 1 19   7   7
Gibsons C.  F.
5 2 2 1 16   9   5
Madeira Pk.
5 04 1  320   1
Gibsons Leg.
504 1   1 27   1
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Unitarian Fellowship
Regular Meeting
each Thursday
8:00 p.m.
SPEAKER
will discuss *
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delations
Earl Hpig Camp
.-rvr.lteberts.. Creek, \
Everyone Welcome
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THE CORPORATION OF THE
VILLAGE OF SECHELT
Sechelt, B.C.
ITICE OF EL_
Sechelt Legion
OUR HOME team gets very little support from spectators. Next Sunday it meets
i tough opposition from -Gibsons United and will need all the encouragement it
can get. Pictured here with coach Bill McFadden, left, and Frank Newton are, back
row, Tommy Lamb,- Bob Beck, Alan Hemstreet, Rod Rudolph, Gary Newton and
Michael Evans. Front, Bruce Cobleigh, Mark Rennie Jose Martinez, Erol John and
Jim Gibson.
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Gibsons Canfor
PLA2IN_?^ au g00d' fa*st _famo W Sunday» Gibsons Canfor kept their supporters on
gue yet Fropi leg, back, JftewHill, Brian McKenzle, Jim Watorhovise, Robert "Sol-
Bergen y' Bill Skellet, Bill Snc;ddon John Crosby, Garry Davles, and Michael
Public Notice is hereby given to thc electors of
thc Village Municipality of Sechelt, that 1 require the
presence of the said electors at the Municipal'Hall,
Sechelt, on Monday thc 29th day of November 1965,
at the hour of ten o'clock in thc forenoon, for thc
purpose of electing persons to represent them as
CHAIRMAN for a two year term
and '■" '
TWO COMMISSIONERS for a two year lenn
Thc mode of nomination of candidates shall be
as follows:
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Candidates shall be nominated in writing by two '
duly qualified electors of thc municipality. Thp nomination-paper shall be delivered to the Returning Officer at any time between the da<c of this notice and
noon of the day of nomination. Tho nomination-paper
may be in the form prescribed in the "Municipal Act"
and shall state the nrtmc, residence, and occupation of AA
the person nominated in siich a manner as to sufficiently identify such candidate.
Tho nomination-paper shall be subscribed to by
thc candidate,  7.. ■ ''  - \  ■ 7' ''■A'-   ■
In the''event of a poll being necessary; such poll
will be opened at the Canadian Legion Hall, Sechelt,;
on thc I Ith day of December 196.., betweon tho hours
of 8:00 a.m.,and 8:00 p.m, of which every person is
hereby required to take notice arid govern' hiinacIC
accordingly,
Given under my hand, at'Sechelt, B.C, this 6th
day of November 1965, f
E, T. Ray nor,
Returning Officer
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«tilpV4d-p <^/ti*^Tl*i^p0tej>k&Wtti*^*^&lfor^*<*^^  -u^A����lpiW'^!^3v--  my*->��*t-_-ft,* *  .wLLt..  Wed., Nov.TO, 1965     Sechelt Peninsula Times \ Pafae*  - parades .Jn; tbe .history jok-thei  potato capital. rThe parade of  thirsty .locals who; gathered at"  the railway station to, welcome1'  -Jttie -first' Shipment -.of-< beer ^to  - arrive" after the strike. As Velse-  iwhe^'7Saturday? was*, a -bag  night m Pemberton,  MORE ABOUT . y .... '- >w.\  *" *      " _  i Gibsons ratepayers  ,-"<���'!  from'page 1--77 ;7\*T*w~!. < ^,':'  the' meeting- ';to' tbev sum"', eft"* ��� .*���  $3,900 --waste-h, % the , .village^ ',  council *!ast 7year_ ^w_ienr_Keir7 "  V __-' A A'~ V -"_.:.,''���-''''" ��� !_>"-*_-' -' rb��d .for *'-water -resultSl iri--th8��   ' "  J'Mrs. Amelia- Silvey,, who has 7, .... ���   __>   '-' .>   -     ,,:-���i*  ^een..under'golng'' t&atment -inr "dnU,ng  ��f A ^ ^ "Mr' .  ^Vancouver-'General Hospit^fbr<" Hodgson .expressed theropimo�� y  iihe^wst^^ee-weelar-js-report-���^that-^Ttti^toe^experiencedt^^^���  ed to be, at last, making mark- \men are he<_ded on -the/village*- - ,  ed recovery from^the skin "* ail- , council :" '-'. '��� -' -7.7, p  menttharhaV^oubleabervfor7/ ^e,aWn^tin_'of^W    _'  Christmas preview  CUTE^LITTLE  Louise and  Christmas Bazaar, which was held in the activity room  of Gibsons Elementary School, last Saturday. Mrs. E. N.  Henniker was convener for-the very successful event.  s Hoped .that Amelia;. one "at the  ���_ _:���*_-,_ -<if;this7dist_ictr arid "  Egmont Eye  ���by John Duniop  PIE IN THE'SKY���By the time this column is in print  ; the November ,8 Federal .Election-'-will. Jhave gone  down in history and we, the people of this'yast domain,  will -iave entered into a veritable Utopia.  The candidates have promised that, if we elect them, ours  will be an ideal existance, and  politicians never lie. No' matter  which of tbe parties is elected  on Nov. 8, our future is assured. We are told that a minority  government will be forced to  implement the promises of any  several combinations of the  opposing parties. A majority  pr government will have no trouble  in carrying out its own promises. In either event we, who believe implicitely in our elected  representatives, cannot lose.  We can now look forward to  increased   Old   Age   Security,  improvements and increases in  the Canada Pension Plan and  full   comprehensive   medicare  for  all.   Unemployment  Insurance will probably be discarded  in the near future, with proper  economic  planning  which will  result in full employment for  everyone, it will no longer be  required. (There is always welfare if things go wrong). The  national ^debt will be wiped out  with the .establishment of our  own i bank,   (this   alone   will  cause a considerable reduction  I in income tax). Poverty will be  eliminated by the use of atomic  energy, and a revision of the  constitution, will save us from  "slipping   down   tho   slippery  slope   into   the   arms   of   tho  great   American   republic."  (This from a female candidate  and it sure is a dandy). Wo  are also promised a reduction  in income tax through raising  the present exemption.  All of the foregoing promises fe  have bcen made by many 8  candidates representing the 8  various parties, and these are ��  only a few of them, Much of  tho proposed legislation is desirable and some of it is long  overdue, particularly benefits  that will assist those who,  through unforeseen clrcum*  stances, are unable to provide  fired? Sluggish?  Efeel Better Fast  .��� ��� i  When yon fool tired, BluRRlflh,  hondnehy, nil. ilraKRod out-  fool bnttor fftHt, with Carto.'B  Little Jiivor Pllto, Qontlo, euro  Corter'n Little }Ayot Pllln hnvo  ��� bcon��� helping pConndlano for.  well over 60 yenro.  Knoh, tiny pl|| contains  Ci-rtor'/je-fclUnivo formula that  hna n very apodal action on  your liver, Thla npeoinl notion  . stimulnteo the Jlvor bilo, Keopa  It flowing frooly, Aldo tho  functioning of your dlftrativo  oyfltom. Knson nwny that tired,  upftet, nlup-Rlah feeling. Holpa  1 you feel good Again,  Bo tho noxt. time you ftiol  tired, mluRginh, hoodnchy, tako  Cnrtor'a Uttlo Liver Pllla nnd  feel better fn��|. Cnrtot'a Uttlo  Liver PUIb, only .y^.  or take care of themselves."-'  ' The fl yin the ointment, however, is that very few candidates have told of the cost of  all the good things they have  promised. In the event of their  coming to pass, we, the taxpayers, must be prepared to  foot thc bill. There is no other  way. Unfortunately, too many  of us will, on November 8, cast  our ballots with the thought of  getting 'something for nothing.'  It can't be done.  COMING EVENTS  Tbe Pender Harbour and District Chamber of Commerce  will hold its Annual General  Meeting and election of officers  at the Pender Harbour Hotel,  on Monday, November 15,- at 8*  p.m. Guest speaker will be  Mr. Charles Defieux, Marine  editor of the Vancouver Sun.  Come out and support your  chamber. It is the only recognized voice in the district.  Tbe Egmont Community Centre Club will hold its annual  Pall Bazaar in the Community  Hall on Saturday, November 20  at 2 p.m., under the auspices  of the ladies' auxiliary. There  will be bargains for everyone  and everyone is welcome.  Don't let our road stop you  from attending. It is��� improving daily.  EGMONT  EYEDROPS  The RCAF denies that a sonic  boom, originating from its air-  windows. This may be so. The  fact remains that, on three sep-  arte occasions within.the past  two months,* heavy blasts caused by supersonic aircraft have  shook up the Egmont area. If  these are not RCAF planes,  then we could be in trouble.  Jacky Williams, now graduated to a cane, has-been hobbling  around on crutches'for the past  . month - while undergoing treat-'  ment for a leg injury incurred  while at work in a local logging  camp., Jacky was hit by a log,  resulting in torn muscles 'and  ruptured blood vessels in his  left leg. r, <-  Mrs. Nellie McKeague has  her * sister, Mr&r Dorothy Neville of Hays, Alberta, staying'  with her for two or three weeks.  Have a nice visit, Dothothy and  enjoy our present wet and blustery weather. It is the best we  can offer at this time but,- at  least, it isn't that <white stuff  that is presently 'falling in Southern Alberta.  The Larsons' and the Lees,  (Ruby and Oliver, Ivy and Bob,  that is) spent a recent weekend,  in Pemberton comparing farming life with that of the coast  logger. Which is best, fellows?  We., expected' J3ob* and. Ivy to.  return' with another horse to  -vadd' to their embryo .riding  stable, but they fooled us this  time. Both couples did, however, witness one of the biggest  be back-with its.- During her  stay in hospital, husband Henry  is living \in Vancouver with  their granddaughter,9, Mrs.  Grace Faulds, daughter of Vi  and Ernie Silvey. Henry., will,,  no doubt, be renewing acquaintance with his many old-time  fishing and Jogging pals in the  big city.      f  -Egmont* was welTrepresented  at tbe recentfB.C. Rock, and  Gem show, held in .Vancouver  at the PNE PuW Foo�� Building, and one of the biggest and  best- displays yet* The- Philips  family, Katy, Reg and Terry, -    tt wa!5 agreed a special meet  cember 71" arid, the" 'association,  -will < sponsor ~ on, aD-candidates--  meeting; xm Wednesday,, Decern- <.  ber 8.-Election day being Coat  Saturday; December 11.' ���   "-  from page C-4-��� _, >  Expansion meet  -from page. 1���-  'of time had gone into the preparation of the existing bylaw,  yet every" time - someone moves  in and. asks for changes, it is  granted.    7 . ,.   '/ 7,;,  Coun. Benner ^heatedly" demanded some action; be taken,  "Thisis just dragging on from  one meeting1 to another and I  am getting fed up," he said/  J5sa ���''"  0/'". '",  , ���$<# <�� i t* Ii  If-  it   i  *i i-  ��� h*  r ?_�����  ill.  ft*  ir'  \t.'    .  '"J? f   .  <**> :  1 *s*  1 <_ i  _#  r _  took in the show, as did Lela,  BUI and BUly Griffith. Both  families, commercial fishing  folk by occupation, are ardent  'rock-hounds' and, journeying  up and down the. B.C. coast m  the summer months, return  with rare specimens of rocks in.  addition to the proceeds of their  fishing. Katy and Bill, the  recognized lapidarists in their  respective families, each have  adequate equipment for cutting,  grinding and polishing and,  during the winter months, they  turn out beautiful and unique  costume jewelry.    ,  ingf be called in order to discuss  changes in the rezoning bylaw.  NEED A  NEW or USED  TRY  Peninsula  Mojor Prod.  Ph.  SECHELT. B.C. '  885-2111  - Ted  Forewell  Sechelt  Beauty Salon  Mr.  Omer Lepitre  Above Pott Office  ,  Cutting ond Styling  Tuesday to Soturday 9-5  "Your Stairway To  *    Hair Beauty"  Phone 885-9525  wimmmmfimmmifimmmmmmm/imi/miim  I  Small Boat Operators  Loggers  home: use  dry chemical  FIRE  EXTINGUISHERS  i  For Every Practical  Use  <*^__a_^-->  ^fc��_______���� _���*'*'*  'W&SjT  +J.  -H        M        I       ���*������ t, ���*. -J  t -VI     '*l-hr*  :   4,* HJ* *   *  tr--nri   i  INTRODUCTORY OFFER  Reg, $21.95 SPECIAL  Oh Yott Wo Carry Recharging Units   ^  Peninsula Motor Products Ltd.  805-2111 Socholt 885-2111  Full colour world map! Yours for  frying the new Homelite XL-500  automatic chain saw!  Special offer 1 Come in and try out tho  all-new Homelite XL-500 chain saw,  the world's lightest automatic chain saw .  with super power. See what a great saw it Is. ^  .Get a free 4 ft. x 3 ft. Rand McNally world map  with pictures and descriptions of the  trees of North America. Gome In now.  Don't miss this special offerl ;  CHAIN SAW CENTRE  Phono 885-962*5 - Wilson Creek, B.C.  I!-  H'  H  o  ^  ��  ���.��'  if  V  I  rwy:��y  >jiaiuj//mij/iiu  .*  \ i  ���m  I.  4  >  it  '>  V  *>  .>  <��  '��.  V  * /  *  't��I��I������tJjfffJt��fII������I����M��JUi*L,     \��m*mmiNmm��m0H*irm*mm***w��i��m^  i >.. u... p,���.,a��.*.������'���-  , I    . iT  -,    ,-.,.  .*.     f.<   V*  i#(Il*. *^ ���->r.#J %  >(1>i?7i:   '��� i " 'il  'AZA^^A\\Zu:  page 8     Sechelt Peninsula Times     Wed., Nov. 10/1965    <fc Mary's group  A ���>  ���   ��� <"���  tf*w  NICK'S ELECTRIC  Pender Harbour  L. & H. SWANSON LTD.  Septic Tanks ond Drain fields  ftackhoe and Front End  A*.  .'7  ,*.  "7.  C\  For oil your wiring needs  Commercial - Residential -  Industrial  Phone 883-2516  R.R. 1. Madeira Park  ���_������HI ������_     -1      _���      .���-���������--���l-i        ���_.���������!���! ���������ill!      !���        ������     l--IH'll'  Marine Supplies Service  GARDEN BAY  BOATWORKS  A COMPLETE LINE OF    I  BOAT REPAIRS  .      7  Garden Bay, B.C.  '        Phone 883-2366  Scows ��� Logs  SECHELT TOWING  & SALVAGE LTD.  . Heavy Equipment Moving  & Log Towing   '  L. HIGGS  Phone 885-9425  Phone 885-2062  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Electrical Contractors  Appliances - Electric Heat  Phone 885-2062  TREE FALLING  TOPPING OR REMOVING  LOWER LIMBS FOR VIEW.  Insured work from Port Mellon  to Pender Harbour  PV SERVICES LTD.  Marven Volen 886-9946  Digby Porter 886-9615  Loader Work  Screened Cement Gravel  Fill and Road Gravel  Phone 885-9666  Box 172-Sechelt  ELECTRA-CLEAN  Upholstery Cleaning  Carpets - Furniture -  Rugs  for_.appointment  Phone 886-9890  Frank E. Decker  OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block  Gibsons  Every Wednesday  886-2166  PENINSULA  BUILDING SUPPLY  "The House With A Heart"  E. J. Caldwell, Proprietor  Box 97 . Sechelt. B.C.  Phone Sechelt 885-9669  TINGLEYS  HI-HEAT  SALES and SERVICE  for all your heating  requirements  4 Oil Co.'s Finance Plans  C. E. (Cal) Tingley  Boh No. 417, Sechelt  885-9636 ��� 885-9332   .  Sechelt Auxiliary  busy with projects  TWENTY-NINE members1 of the Sechelt Auxiliary to  St> Mary's Hospital attended the November meeting  with Mrs. J. Redman presiding. A   '"  ���Mrs.   C.   Connor  announced    *���-������*; r  - '���-���;������  that; the-CoolrTBook is now in  ��1  <  The  Anglican Church  OF CANADA  Rector Rev. James B. Fergusson, B.A., L.th;  Phone 885-9793  Sunday, November 14  ST.' HILDAfS���SECHELT  ., .    Morning Prayer���11:00 a.m.  St.. Hilda's Church School���11:00 a.m.  Monday, November 15  MADEIRA PARK  Evening Prayer���7:00 p.m.  ft  1 -  aim  Key to  Financial Security  *����WN**W.*.'(����**��.^*PW1)P  .MWP^P^^.P.��>S.  ��.,-.,  fm-  70  I 1  >++irt.Mf*(!S*i-i��t  .The Great-West Life representative offers a  highly personalized service to his clients. From  a complete range of life insurance plans, afc  rates among the lowest available anjhvhere, he  can help to develop and build the right pxo-  gram for you. This takes technical skill, training and experience. Together with a fcepse ot,  public servjea and responsibility, these are tho  qualifications of the GreatiWeat 14fo; man.  >    ��� 1      p '1    '"''(      ��� ,       "       1      ''''��� '.,'1... ', ! '' .' "1 .  <-        'i i<   z  ' For further  1 Information' *  wrlto to  Box 381  pSRImIiKL I,  B.C.  Bryan G. Burklnthaw  Robert E. too  THi  *Or0mt��We@t Lite     AHOUflANCB  COMPANY   i.  \  the hands of, the Publisher and  will be ready for sale at the  end of November.  Mrs. E. Paetkau would like  members to sell raffle tickets  -at Redman's Red .and White  (Store on* November'25, 26 and  #7 and at the, Shop Easy on  December 2, 3, and 4. Those  willing to help, please call 885-  9434. Tickets are to be turned  in to the Shop Easy on Decern*  ber 4 and the drawing will  take pla.ee at the meeting on  December 9th.  Nabob coupons are still being collected by Mrs. C. Mc*  ��>ermid -and will be used to oh-  ���.tain_needed supplies.  . Public sale of Smorgasbord'  tickets will be held at the Sechelt Bawling Alley at 10 a.m.-  on November--13th. Those not  wisbing to be disappointed  should be on time as a limited  number only remain, due to the  increased Auxiliary membership. Although the committee  has done it's utmost to make  as many tickets available as  possible, the number of tables  in-to the, hospital or toAuxil-.  iary members,-  ' Mrs. J, A. Morgan has been  chosen chairman of a commit-  tee to study'the formation of'a -  scholarship -fund to help a future nurse of the FeninsOla. > ",  , Election' of officers for-1966!  wm be' held at the December  meeting. Members wishing lo  -laminate persons <for executive   positions    should    phone           Mrs.   C.   Connor,   nominating  f ' " '    "T    committee chairman.  that can be set up, in the hair     -Mrs. M. Swan won the mort-  is the controlling factor, Aity��� tbly raffle of .an apron and wall*  person urtable to use his ticket,v plaque.  The annual meeting will be  held at the hospital on December 9th ��t 2 p.m. It is hoped  all members will attend to  hear reports and form the new  executive.  please return it to Mrs, O. Moscrip.  The hospital laboratory requires more pill bottles and  apothecary jars with wide  mouths. These can be turned  ST. JOHN'S  UNITED CHURCH  Wilson Creek, B.C.  Sunday School���*9:45 a.m.  Divine Worship���-11:15 a.m.  Led by Miss H. E. Campbell  ���     ��  Excepton*2nd Sunday each  month  Family. Service���11:15 o^m.  Divine Service���3:30 p.m.  Led by Rev. W. M. Cameron ,  CAR & TRUCK TIRE CENTRE  requirements  Quality - Service - Economy  7  6IBS0H5 i_S SERVICE  A:��yy,..y:r  For Easy Budget Terms  Use Your SHELL CREDIT CARD  or Apply for A Bank Loan  �������� nr_ M 111-11I1  ��il_ill__il  Spotliaht on Defence  ���   "Official NORAD photo,"  B.C. Tel communication systems  help guard our continent  against surprise attacks  To detect the approach pf and defend against  missiles, rockets or planes entering the territorial atmosphere, of North America Js. the fata  of NORAD-North American Air Defence Copn  mand-wlth lis Combat Operations Centre 'at  Colorado Springs, , 7  Jointly controlled by the United Slates and  Canada for defence against surprise*nuclearat-  tack, this complex nerve centre demonstrates  vividly how JD.C, Tel and a contlncnt'Wldc net-  Work of telecommunications systems Is meeting  tho challenge of today's "Cold War" conditions.  B,C, Tcl's variety of the very latest developments In thd communications systems aro play-  jog a key role in perhaps the most Important of  all public scrvl^-defcnce of North America  "against destruction, Theso electronic ttiarvels,  provide the connecting links f6r data transmission devices between, radar sites and strategically-located compuw centres,"  Such dramatic advances for military purposes  arc cyc-n now expanding our everyday communications, Long dlsUncc calling, radlo-telc-  phdne coverage; TWX 'and, other special data  services are but a few7      .  M <*# W*-WVi��**i*��-��(��W -**-~fi**sl l*l*UW ��<*imta r(MS��*-*tn *"J ��  B.C.TEL ��  Bfumn coiiimk rpemme coMmr  11CC-B-PR  WOUIDWIOK T'lIfHONI CONNICTIONS ��� IN.TIANATIONAI TWX AND TlUtm ��IRVIC�� ��� RAOIOTfLfrHONIS  ClOSfO CIRCUIT TV ��� INTIRCOM AND TACINO SWIMS # lUCTXOWIUtmS �� OATArtlONfS  ANSWWINC AND A1AWM UNITS i OVia 100 OTMtR COMMUNICATION AIDS fOW MODtKN MOMIS AND IUSINISS  "\-  t.m*4t. -Sf^*M��PB*4.^*nWri  -'ll" - -  ..).*.    jtii.ii.., / 1XU-.1-C LlUfr llrM. ���'r-)i-i<lin..-ri-jrimiir.-*- il. (Jinn^--_1J*n^*c.1^ iV-?. -i.--*r--...irfii!vJi^w.i��-*��-l ������*-. *?_/-.?.-���_r��*iJi..-..t-*i i-p-iin-iiTatm^rt/.n^.-H -1 i-l^rfS-VJ--V-"*'"^*--f-1-"L*t-rt^��^trt*^-y^3^ ��4<W*^_-tM__r��-_MM-l_ML1(r ���*���  -   *ky|k*---        j*  JS*^f��/V-_M v    J-   <**y~��'  ^W^+y-lV**.  p*-^*-���V_-   Bl***-^  "*\  ir*'  _*  I'J f  K-��;  _ >  Wed., Nov, 10, 19&5.    Sechelfr Peninsulo Times     Poge 9  1        **.--���  "S *" *~-** *�� * A**    ' **-> ^        ** J /     h \ *-*  Branch 96 ....   '."    * 'r- *������'��� ��� ��������� -  ..'������..., -  0J.P.0. Social event  produces great fsilent  ' mittee  rose r,to , the " occasion \  with; varied refreshments, t   V ' -'  -  Th^ next meeting ,o�� ihe (Se-. ,  .,7chelt'"BranchJ-w_ll.ybe"oh Thurs- *  day,- November 18tii at St. Hil-  |i 7  da's .Church* HaH'-'when"Vthe/ ^/t  chief>husinesswiU.Wtheelec-* 7\.    ,  _��     "  -:*'-*���-���  ���"  1,7  _���  THERE was music,  '   ���    '  Charges laid:  ,"  CONSTABLE J. Fitzpatrick of the RCMP highway patrol  takes stock of skid marks after.this Westviewfreight,  truck skidded out of control into the ditch at the notorious  bend near West Sechelt. 1964 number plates on the trailer, bald tires on the tractor and lack of warning flares  led to temporary confiscation of the vehicle and charges,  were laid. '  Sechelt Bowling Alleys  ���-by Eve Moscrip  TWO BIG series this week, Sam MacKenzie with 874  (287r 331) and Lawrence Crucil with 871 (331, 303).  Three gals in the 700s���Iona Strachan 713 (319), Dorothy  Smith 702 (272) and Nonie Trites 706 (259, 274). -  LEAGUE SCORES  Buckskins: Doreen' Joe 551  (197); Ted Joe 698 (262).  Ladies: Iona Strachan 713  (319); Dorothy Smith 702 (272),  LU McCourt 267, Eileen Evans  251.  Ladies Matinee: Eve Moscrip  553 (214).  Pender: Sonny Scoular 666  (291) Joe Graf 636 (282), Muriel  Cameron 573.  Sechelt Commercial: Sam  MacKenzie 874 (287, 331), Dick  Clayton 782 (297), Nonie Trites  706 (259, 274)f Orv Moscrip 724  (288), Frank Nevens 279, Norma Branca 268, Ena Armstrong '257, Harriet Newton 256,  Frank Newton 275.  Sports Club: Lawrence Crucil  871 (331, 302), Hazel Skytte 300,  Fat Witt 674.  Ball and Chain: Bernie Payne  683.  .   guest, arummier   James   Fitz- **��� he ' sold *. at the  Legion Hall,  1 patrick-when they supplied niuK ' Secbelt/"on .Thursday* Decern-  sic  for  dancing\and  a "sing-    ber 9th at 1-p:m.   Enquiries  77 tion of -the,,1966 slate;.of /office  r-'^YV'ers. The president^ Mf; -_t7A.i,  ',/V;. 7. HiU'*also plans to give,'<art're*r  singing -Muffhter." good food . ���n_7 l*"* Pttthe^progressr <rf negot- ���  ,; gooa.feiiowship"^mT^S^^x^o_Stifon?to get:*v<w* "**���;**  for a social afternoon on October, 28,\f*;;^  7 o; i7 .  %$���� ^ s^y,W av va.  -   .Never   have   the,  members -<>-/,- ,. .   Ay ,.-'��� *-r ..able, for* aHC!Bmenls~^iftircr7t^  been in better voice and never,   guest  drummer   James   Fitz- -<foe ' sold *at ihe  Legion' HaU7  before has so much talent been  rounded  up   for -their i enjoyment, i  *    .���       ; r{song led by T. ,W. Marstin..   , should be made to L: P. Han-.  \   The,,group was fortunate,;to      The,ladies of tbe social com- " sen at,885-2029. >M'*"*'  have as its guest pianist, Mrs.  Edna Calbick from Vancouver  who met every demand made  upon :*her with ease and efficiency. Mrs. Dorothy Stockwell, t  guest soloist, won the hearts  of her audience with her sweet*  voice, her delightful choice of  songs and her natural charm.  Guest guitarist was Mrs. Blanche McCrady who played her  fine Hawaiian guitar with  great -skill.' Roily Reid and!  Ted Biggs on their violins and  Bill Baker with his piano accordion    were    supported    by'��  WANTED  \  Poles and Pilings  * r   * \    -A S ft     m ��� A  DOMTAR CHEMICALS LTD.  803-470 Granville St.  VAHCOUVER, B.C7  Phone 681-7151 ,  SCHOOL   LEAGUES  Seniors:    Jack   Goeson  (232, 202),  Rick Simpkins  (205), Rita Ono 376 (212).  Juniors:   Billy  Nestman  (139), Rick Nelson 152, Laurie  Allan 206 (119).  434  315  260  is'.  BRITISH COLUMBIA MEDICAL PLAN  Ho Woo. open period HI!  This is a voluntary prepaid medical plan,  initiated by your Provincial Gover_o_ment  and approved by the doctors of this Province,  to ensure that every person in British Columbia  may obtain prepaid medical coverage  at a reasonable premium.  ENROLL BEFORE DECEMBER 1  ENEFITS JANUARY 1  It has been reported that it  will take about $3 billion to  place a man on the moon. This,  however, includes meals.  immm  If you are not one of the one hundred and forty thousand  persons already Insured by the British Columbia Medical  Plan, enroll now- before December 1 -to receive comprehensive medical coverage from January 1. This is the  final open period in 1965. The next open period will be  April, 1966 for Coverage from June 1,1966.  Your Provincial Government pays one-half of  the premiums for persons and families who  had no taxable income in 1964 and one-quarter  of the premium for persons and families who  had taxable income of $1,000 or less in 1964.  Give Your House  lhe Best: Total  Electric Heating  Thinking about a new  heating system? Think  electrically! Installation,  maintenance., are.,..easy,  economical. Investigate  today!  NICK'S ELECTRIC  Phono 883-2516  R.R, 1, Madeira Park  MONTHLY PREMIUMS m ONE PERSON: $5.00 El FAMILY OF TWO: $10.00 O FAMILY OF THREE OR MORE: .12*50  APPLY HOW... FOR BENEFITS FROM JANUARY 1 - MAIL THIS APPLICATION REQUEST COUPON TODAY!  BRITISH COLUMBIA. MEDICAL FLAN,  |\o; BOX I-SOOl  VICTORIA, &C. ,  * Send me an application form and further information on THE PLAN.  * To be eligible for coverage under thc British Columbia Medical Plan, I understand that T must be a resident  of British Columbia.  * To qualify for a Premium Subsidy, I understand that I must have been a resident of British Columbia for  the twelve previous months and have annual income within defined levels.  HLBASBMUNT  NAIOL  I I 1.1,1 I I'M III I I I I I I I  ADDRB8S  Numixr Street or Jtox Number or Rural Bout*  I    I.I    I    I    I    I.I.I...I..I.I.I.II    I.-I    l,BC.  City or, Town  I  \mmmm$  S3f<tITBS��B"t C50l-,IJMI��iJ*K I^IEOiOAlL EPB��iikfNI  1410 GOVERNMENT STREET, VICTORIA, B.C.  Initiated by (ho Government of British CotumM*    Approved by tho Doctors of Brittih Columbia  7      ��   Tlio HonourobloW, A, C. BennoU, LLD., Premier of British CplumWa  Tlio UonourolJlQ Wosloy D. DI��cK, Provincial Sccrotnr�� '  I  ���*V 4  *_ -_  HI  ���4*  m  TlA  **_ ,  ���| I  *'.  ��_^  ���ff  if  If  *. f  i _  if*'  . ?  (t  ���f t  h  !  1.  v  YA  l  ii  V  V)  kil.  *���>  **��  Vf'v  "I  + 1     !  SI ' I  ���� ��� I 1  i <  11  ,   J  ^ii.i,,w.^j��i***f>-*i*t.��-.l��-p��.i'J��ii->-wi^^.t,  H  f-  ������ *  '17,7,     ' ���y*-* '  ���u. ,,-*��i.i*t��*-i"tL    ,  J  rv  ���ia  J,  ���*E>~  " ���TW,��"��" *���  vW*f> ���*       *--vMl  _5  p  Page 10     Sechelt Peninsula Times.   Wed., Nov. 10,1965   ���T ;   s"1-/.-,        ���    ,   *    *    *. .    * ' **     ^      , " r- ��   .    ] "'  Elphinstone Hi wfes.   <   . �� ���f   ....*��� *  }, ~��� By Pot Gooding \  <. " s '  ,     '' J    7   "���*."-,' :������  NEARLY 15,000 pennies found their homes? in the jars  of Elphinstone's penny 'drive;.the Friday,before last -  Students took drastic measures fespget pennies for their \  houses���from raiding small brothers' and sisters' piggy  banks to cashing dollar bills.��� ;v  What started' out as a mild    t*6 halls that afternoon.  - $50 winner  MRS. OLIVE Service of Roberts Creek hit the jackpot  last month end when her entry in the Sunnycrest  Plaza draw contest was drawn at Super-Valu. She is* seen  being presented with her $50 prize by Manager John  Mathews.     �����,    Sechelt social notes  ���With Your Neighbours  THE REGULAR-meeting of the WA to St. Hilda's Anglican Church was held at the home of the president,  Mrs. S. Dawe, 16 members attended. Plans were made  for the forthcoming bazaar and tea. to be held in the  parish hall November 24,' starting-..at 2 p.m.  There will be home cooking,  a sewing stall, novelties,  post  office,   cake   guessing   contest,  and gift stalL        -   7  The girl's auxiliary will have  ;. its, usual stall of home-made  candy. The monthly meeting's  will be held every first Tuesday  in the Parish hall and the  monthly friendship tea for December at the home of Miss  Ormrod on Dec. 15.   Visiting -Mrs.- A.  A.  French  from Ladner, Mrs. Claude Caron and Mrs. Ed TklcGee.  In Sbaughnessy hospital, a  one-time resident of Sechelt recently moved to Vancouver, Mr.  James Dunn.  Returned home from a vacation in Hawaii, Mr. acid Mrs.  Frank Parker.  MrstVNorman Taylor spent a  few days in Vancouver returning with her son-in-law and  daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Henry  Draper.  -  Mir. and Mrs. Ron Spencer cf  Davis Bay celebrated their  ���:'twenty^th^''weddh_g"anniver-  sary on November 9. Mr. and  Mrs. Spencer have .four children, Terry who is married and  Colin, Jaci and Karen, who are  still attending school.  -fornCof fund raising lor the  Save the Children turned into  a frenzied competition >\vbich  brought the LRed Cross club  $148.70. High-spirited Spitfires  collected the most pennies, followed closely by the other three  houses.  _*hat Friday lunch hour a  penny relay was held in the  gym. Five members cf each  house were given ten pennies  each, and in turn they had to  ,run with one penny at a time  the length of a strip of paper  and place the penny on the  strip. 24 points went to the  winning house���Spitfires again.  Finishing second, tbe Mustangs  gained 2a points, the Bombers,  third for 12 points and last, 9  points for the Sabres. Needless to *ay, there were some  pretty   exhausted   students   in  fJot of practico^jpur ofceerlea-  "d'ersi are;1 AU*&i*t*otts,  Susan'  Kott&ett,    Kirstert.   Jorgenson,,  Kao^-Drew, Cathy Morrison,'r  finds Goesen, Barbara Blake*  'man and CsjOI Ffocfehartj ,  SADIE  HAWKINS :  "'   Don't -forget Sadie Hawte.ii?  jDfcyKFriday, November !2tlT  wo.4turn Elphinstone into Dog-)  patch for s�� day. Sadie __aw*-j  kins Senior Iiance will start at.  & p.m. Friday. ��� Admission with  student cards is 50c for sin-'  gtes, and for couples, 75c. With-  Happy with the success of -  the drive, the,Red doss club*  thanks, all- those who contributed pennies, organized, "the  project, ran in the relay, and  those of course, who patiently  counted pennies.  GLADRAG  Congratulations, to the Glad-  rag staff and their sponsors,-  Mrs..Day, Miss Robertson and  Mr. Peterson. The first ^Glad-  rag of the year was a sell-out,  and, as usual, we're already  lookhtg forward to the next  issue.  PEP RALLY  Last Monday in assembly El-  phie's Cheerleaders did a good  job of rousing the school spirit. Their co-ordination and  many, varied cheers shows  that they've been putting in a  out cards admission is $1' single," and $1.25 a couple. - ,  REPORTS  Record cards are out! Is everyone happy?  THE TIMES IS A  UNION-LABEL   NEWSPAPER  NEED A  NEW or USED  TRY  Peninsula  Motor Prod.  SECHELT, B.C.  Ph. 8&5.2111  . Ted Forewell  *__?-  DOES YOUR FAMILY HAVE  The wisest investment you can moke for  your family'c protection  and your own    peace ot mind is LIFE INSURANCE to  Insurance of every kind cover the full amount of the mortgage-  on your home. Come in for the facts.  SUN LIFE ASSURANCE CO. OF CANADA  J. H. G. (Jim) DRUMMOND  INSURANCE AGENCY - SEE J. D. FOR SAFETY  Phone 886-7751 Gibsons, B.C.  P;.VV  ���.:'*,'  '4/����������������������������������������������I��U����������f/������������l����������������I����������������������^  ^r.^rSTAHTING SHORTLY  Sponsored by the Sunshine Coast Lions  ROYAL CANADIAN  V  BOYS AGE 13 J��-19 YEARS  I "-     *   ���  S Aro you interested in joining this fine organization?  8    ���:. -\ '  ��� " '  J If so ��� Write Box i81 Sechelt or phone 885-2155  % evenings. Uniforms supplied,  I i .. ..      ���  q Training is given in tho following subjects:  ��     hlFLE SHOOTING SEA HISTORY SAILING  -WWGKWI1**!"*��� n'.-ll-e^"- 1  ���***'  SEAMANSHIP  SPORTS  LEADERSHIP  PAND WORK  PILOTAGE   .  DISCIPLINE  SWIMMING,  0OATWORK  FIRST AID  ��   Seta Cadots With good attendance records and certain othflr quollfl-  . cations may,bo.pormltted to oo*oncrul��e9��ln*RGNshlp3-or attend  onlo of tho summer training establishments for a 7��weeM trades  training courso, In addition, many, cadots are selected to attend a  2-Week course In HMCS QUADRA, tho Sea Cadet Training Esta  blishment af Camox, on Vancouver Island,(t  Apply to  Box 381  Sccholt or phono 885-9654 or  885-2155 evoning-. Application form may be picked  up at Peninsula Motors or The Times office,  j1 "���' .   6  wr//mtimtm/m/////m/rm///rf/f//m//r/j/m/i/rfi//i.  ���S3E3T  ;'.-  -^��__*ir4i  ?^MV_*i__-  Sponsored by Royal Canadian Legion Branches  PENDfcR HARBOUR        SECHELT   ,    ROBERTS CREEK      GltJSbNS  _ No, 109  No. 220  No. 140  No. 219'  7*--  .1.     ru    t   lV*n^0M^��W*^*PfeW|J!��#P  ' P.  It''  "'Z 'AZ'ZA'i ji**-'  I .I'll ���P *���< _ " i,l  ���irj  *-��� ���? "ii  '.-: .��s^?s^fea7^TO^*^^. ��vi7',3Sv^s,^'w^  > l * "i7  ^  v ~~  11  !���        --T  " '?  - anJ the; lastb, ��*; jAppointapeii| .was i,maae .dor*. tsQ    ;  and a popti^ ' ing tfcife. a��i^;So<fr��d^c<mvett��v    , j v?. - .������  *4% neirt,7^<h*tio%hetd\?Wday and Saturday,  f,jtrinfto S4uamisti> to.be honored 4 classes, Mr&fHarrison:display-    'Kwrier^l ser^ce'was^beld in ^ again teaf*appointed 4th. wee-*���' ^November 5 andr* attttte Hotel*  guest ^October', 26 \ at -the t_5fa\ ed*a? great'gift ofT versatility Jo-' $qfcamjsti NoyemDerft7*7   ,' ,7$ president; ot .-the gocial.Credit jVaacooveg.* fjZA' t-.'v *�����  \   f *, a  v  ' ZA -.,���    ^  7  if pit 1 ippp'p  '}  A   7,1 '   9^77,      Z <���    '     T���T-T".<��   >;'jtvr"    Vi"      .    f **- '-/  ��� ,, -y*       4  -f   1 -."��� -���  <��� .j'V  ��  Ml  >s *    *     1  A 1 i I  '."��� c^"������-\>v^'��'��� 7"^"^.77,v>.-vV.^7iZAyyZ- AAiyA 7,777-7 4 77W77  S*-        -    f** ��   j I      <     - * 1 V     ���*_       J *.. (    *���       -  ���   '       A '    '    \A *���   \.   V**.'*? '��('������ i* f<   ,.��    ,,J,   ,    ,     , , , ��� - ; r^-j  _ cMhmm essn m 'HHnmi a.' __r^_.. *~mm\ mm        * .   *>..^���_ni ...__ai ��as_   MunHHi , *        j     ^5 '   I  A 4'^7 ^u*     ��� '   �� ,'J  - A\ l J  }    t  liT .^1  s-'.^v ^^pppp-p *^l  ^ pi *\- ^"ij  *     v    v  The Oif, Chemical and Atomic Workers' Union is frying fo win public sympathy for lis strike against British  American Oil by chargina that the Company is "Unfair" and "irresponsible" in its dealings with employees*  v%  The Union claims are made in spite of B-A's record of nearly 60 years of Iabour^fiarmoiiy without a strike.  Before the strike began, B-A made a "No-Strike" package offer that was 10 cents an hour better than any other  oil company, in Canada has offered. Yet the union singled out B-A as the target for its drive to force  an unreasonably high wage scale on the Canadian Petroleum Industry.  Why B-A? Simply because the O.C.A.W. had. more'units organized within B-A and felt if could, exert greatest  pressure against this Company. Union spokesmen have frankly admitted that they have no particular grievance  against B-A. '  f  M  WAGES*���* An overage of $464 per month ������ already  15.5% above the average industrial composite wages of  Industry in general in B.C. Almost 50% of the B-A workers  earn,over $482 a month.  SHIFT DIFFERENTIAL ��� Eight cents an hour for evening  shift, 16 cents for midnight shift (and B-A had offered to  raise these to 10 cents and 18 cents an hour respectively).  OVERTIME PAY ��� Time-and-a-half after eight hours and  also on tho first day of rest. Double time after four hours  of overtime, and on the second day of rest.  WORK WEEK��� 40 hours.  STATUTORY HOLIDAYS ���Nine paid holidays annually.  PAID VACATIONS-��� Two weeks after ono year of  service; three weeks after five; four weeks' after 15; five  weeks after 25 years. ,       , ���  5ICK LEAVE WITH PAY���-Rising from one week after  six' months service, to a maximum, after 12 years of  service, of 13 weeks full pay and 39 weeks ot half pay ���  at no cost to the employee.  HEALTH PLAN-���One-half the cost of surgical, medical  and major medical coverage for employee and family paid  by B-A. Retired employees also covered.  LIFE. INSURANCE��� B-A contributes to plan which pro*  vides insurance of 2% times curreht annual wage plus  total disability provision and dependent coverage; plug  free, paid-up Insurance at retirement.  SURVIVOR BENEFIT���-In the event of an employee's  death, B-A pays three months' wages to the dependent!  survivor.  PENSION PLAN ���Joint Company and Employee con*  tributary plan currently provides two per cent of earnings  for, each year of service, plus supplementary benefits for  long-service employees. /  SELF IMPROVEMENT EDUCATION PLAN ���The Company pays one-half the cost of self-improvement courses. ,  taken by employees.  SAVINGS PLAN ��� By-v donates 50 cents for every dollar  an employee saves Ih the plan, Up to four per cent of  gross income, with liberal withdrawal privileges.  STEADY WORK���Year-round, non-seasonal employment.  ���*>v-  :������*.*..  9  '*** 19 ���*^<-****^<*^���^'#^***j* * w *��������� * '>"*������ ���** * ��i�� * *i  In view of B-A's wage scale, benefits, and record of steady employment, was B-A's offer unreasonable?  ' '       i '1      '     '  Is the Union, with Its mass picketing and harassment, being, fair to the Company ... to the 89 per cent of B-A  employees in Canada who are not on strike . , , to the thousands of B-A Dealers from Coast to Coast who  depend upon the sale of B-A products for their livelihood?  i  Wt>n ��M'^f ��-** *'*-��� �����( e  i.k.-,* .  ~n.K�� Js  7 \  i!;  ' \  . ������ i  ���        ���'- i��� ���  .papp. *p��l*itPp��p ^^s%ftw��p.i*lw**P* ftp yi **'*(..����  THE BRITISH AMERICAN OIL COMPANY LIMITED  m&a  SiSM-i^SaSSSMX^i  smsm  anas  j*.),.  ��� iii. ��  1 -    _$|P _ 4**��*-  jSs_-��g>j?'   ^  Page 12 ���'��� Sechelt Peninsulo Times    Wed;, Nov. 10,1965  IfiVlS  t&Vtt  , rf<____l*,ii_%��EfgaBL  Youthful supporters  [ACTIVELY supporting Jack Davis in his election cam-  ; paign; the Davis Debs passed through Sechelt la.st  !week,'-taking time out for a picture at The Times office.  j&Il West Vancouver students, they-are Merilyri Davis,  JL-aurie Howard, Diane Kent and Leslie Williams.  t _���_ . *  Legion contest . .'.  *.  I  -.tf  iememSimnce Day essay  ^recalls the tragedies  JTHE DATE is "November 11. It is two minutes to eleven  \ and people everywhere pause to remember those  ���Who laid down their lives in >iie two great wars and the  Korean War.   "        *  =��������� : =���-  J  ?  People from all.walks of life  .are. observing -.what Remembrance' Day means to them.  Some pf those who stand there  ���with bowed -heads are the 'mothers of the soldiers who fought  "to-preserve our way of life.  Some 7are giving thanks that  ibeirsons came home. Others  v*Etre nc>t so lucky;   their sons  ^^died somewhere on the battle*  ���    fields of Europe or Africa.  Tearfully.theyremember how  eager7 they were as they hur-  ,...,..:....;;jried/::t^',,.-ioin^tbe..forces to fight  for their country. How young  they were, each' sure that he  wbuldfvretiirn! Npt all pf them  -..-did. It was many years ago,  but to those who were seeing  their sons for the"last' time it  is as vivid as if it had taken  place' yesterday. ��� Others who  stand there are wives' who pain*  fully remember the day they  said goodbye to their husbands,  never to see them again.  - There are young men who *  can't remember their fathers;  men who grew up without a  father' because someone who  had never seen him before shot  him down in some long-since  forgotten battle. There are old  men, veterans of the first great  war, who remember the <Jays  when they were young and answered the call to war.  Those were days of comradeship, days when lasting friendships were made. However,  they were also days of hardships and conflict. Now,, they  stand stiffly at attention recalling those proud days, reliving  it" all through their memories.  To- others, the thought, that one  sleeve lies limp and empty or  perhaps0that one leg is shorter  than the other, brings a different type of memory,  Others    are    younger    men,  A Nebraska court ruled that  a husband is justified in slapping his wife to compel her to  go out for a ride for the benefit of ber health.  r  i  *''  ��� 7  leiiiiiisiiiiiiiiisiioiiHieiBioiiisiiiiiiiiiiiii  B_j���j  _���BB  .it   ,\'   L.  .. wpi ..  p..  .'      i 1    i.^?   I   I-   ���*..!   .       Pi *    Y   ^>��t   t V '       \{  ���"Mo*,1 In Cooodo <,  ' ��� } /, ��� ' j  v�� *   w _.v* .U. .... Vi , +. *l~i Jl. , ^.. I. J I ' * h J  f  ���I I  $BM ELECTRIC LTD.  YOUR LOCAL ELECTRIC HEATING  SPECIALIST     -  Phone 885-2062  $finthfn�� Co��i��t Highway ��� Sechelt, B.C,  HI  Electric Heating  Brings Silent,  Carefree Comfort:  to Your Home!  In walnut, teak or standard colors.  It also comes in many shapes and  sizes, all geared to your convenience and comfort. Space-saving baseboard units, wall or ceiling  units, well help you choose the  best type of heating for your home.  Call us for a free estimate.  Two-year  finance  plan   NOW "available  for Electric Hooting Installations.  ALLIED ELECTRIC LTD.   I  DISTRIBUTORS  Phono 738-5818  or 1105 W����! 8th Ave- Vancouver, D,Ci  m  m  m  i_S  7 \ , -���-by Marilyn Gardiner  WITH THE federal election in the news,' the S. S. 11  ' class has been busy preparing some very.interesting  information on this,topic,Of course, Mr. Cross "is bev,  hind it all. As usual! ���* =-*���~���-J���?"  ' The '65-'66 Annual Club has  now been formed? Allan Wal-'  lace is editor,so I suppose we  will  be  kept hopping  till  we.  Deller;  Martin; Bwfloj-vj - Mike  Foley,  Leonard  Graves,  Ran-,  die Kilborn, Roi Kilborri;<Frank \  JCingstonr-Gk^-^rt-hwp-r-Joan'  veterans of World War II. They  to6, have memories of comradeship and glory, but some*  ,can remember the time their  best friend fell and didn't get  up again, or the moans' of the  wounded in makeshift field hospitals. . In those .two minutes*.  five years pass" before these  men. Most of them are. thankful "it^s over and that these are  only memories.  Those who died did not do so  in vain. They did not die merely fighting for us. These men  gave their lives1 so that people  yet unborn would be. able to live  ih the way we believe is best.  They had just as much right to  live as we. We, the lucky ones,  owe them a debt which can  never be repaid. Too often we  ��� forget this unpaid debt and  think ol these men as past history. However, the mothers of  those who died and the veterans  who lived with the war can't  forget.  We may feel truly fortunate  to be alive today and free from  oppression. This life we enjoy  was not bought cheaply; it was  paid for in human lives. To the  men whose lives were part of  this bitter price, we owe more  than our. thanks and our tears; ,*  we owe everything. This is why  one day out of the year is dedicated to the memory of the  dead of three, wars. They died  for us. Let us remember them.  ���REG COATES,  Brandon,  Manitoba.  produce something .worthwhile,    na -Potts, Calvin Widman, Roy  November 19 is-the date set.  Williamson    and   ��� Mr. iVWariU'  fori the Sadie Hawkins-Dance    sponsor.   They wee  having, a  at the.school. The dance club    tournament during -the, ^month  is-in charge of it ill and I.be-7 of November, , /  lieve they plan to decorate the The Council is bogged down  gym as was done last year. ^th- work such as planning  This year the Chess Club has " dances, changing our c'onstltu-  as members, Violet Ackroyd, tion, and trying to keep the  Brett Clay,  (Jail  Deller,  Guy '-staff and students happy./  .      i  FREE - FREE - FREE  With the Purchase of any  CANADIEN CHAIN SAW MODEL  , ���*���      . ���*��� v  YOUR CANADIEN DEALERS OFFERS FREE  Your Choice of Ladies' or Men's   *  LADIES 21 JEWEL  Swiss Movement1'  MEN'S 25 JEWEL  AUTOMATIC WRIST WATCH  * Calendar (Swiss Movement)  OFFER GOOD UNTIL DECEMBER 24, 1965  CHAIN SAW CENTRE  Wilson Creek, B.C.  Phone 885.9626  THE COHPORATION OF THE  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS LANDING  Public notice is hereby given to the electors of  the Municipality of Gibsons Landing, B.C. that I  require thc presence of the said electors at thc Municipal Hall, Gibsons Landing, B.C. on Monday thc 29th  day of November, 1965, at thc hour of ten o'clock in  thc forenoon, for the purpose of electing persons to  represent them as:  CHAIRMAN  for a term of two years expiring December 31st, 1967  COMMISSIONERS (two)  for a term of two years expiring December 31st, 1967     |  SCHOOL TRUSTEE (onc)  for a term of two years expiring December 31��>t, 1967  Thc mode of nomination of candidates shall be as  follows;  Candidates shall be nominated in writing by two  duly qualified electors of thc municipality. The nomination-paper shall be delivered to thc Returning Officer at any time between thc date of this notice and  noon of the day of nomination, Thc nomination-paper  may be in the form prescribed in the Municipal Act,  and shall state the name, residence and occupation of  thc person nominated in such manner as to sufficiently  identify such candidate,  ""*   Thc nomination-paper shall be subscribed to by  thc candidate,  v_ _ In,the event .of.a poll.being necessary, such poll.,  will be opened at tho Municipal Hall on the 11th day  of December, 1965, between tho hours of 8:00 a.m.  nnd 8:00 p.m. of which every person is horcby re<  quired to tako notice und govern himself'accordingly,  Given under my hand at Gibsons Landing this  5lh day of November, 1965,  t F. i Jean Mainil,  Returning Officer  <H      H}i*P) tii ��JnW\ i   f**L" f*H*-S<| ��� "I    f    **       'l�� 1^1  ���WMf*'^*H*i��w#i  i^*****!-. n *���)��*" *���     .V-1 '  4   \ t7lHM.'-ft-*'-iWWiV^^ i*  ���p-1-.lw^*.,,.*.^ *-****  I'p ,  \  ... 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