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Wa|ef;13oar^&jistees > ;^.  teepf; espsiiision plan  suggest pMic meeting ,  TRUSTEESTof*West^echeit; Water Board-met last week'  ^wi% Sechelt.Village Council" to" distuss the proposed  expansion "of village boundaries,; planned -to���take "la'  West* Sechelt andnqver to Snake-Bay. ~  7  Councillors jwere kepton th^ir  -toes'in answering'a number of  "queries regarding the implica-  "tidns Invblved/ioHovHrig "a"gen-  eral outline of -council's plans,  by^Chairman Christine "Johnston.- : :y ~ '- : .  ��� The chairman explained 'that  *   j: ,Z^c        Safety award       .    *       .    -    .-   *   ���"----* Z A'     ~ * r   . . xmjrara  DEPT. of highways maintenance crews have qualified   Rncirirmtial fnaril ' ^present, brunt of the cost-of*-   ���^��  for the B.C. Safety Council Silver Certificate Award : XlcMUtfUlial lUaUl   the fire service' was borae by^ ��%���,������-;.  of Merits pictured here, during the presentation, are, .   i - *. -   ������'- > >.   i1.  ���   -   -     - *��� " ��� show top shape  part , , T > y * --  ��� %On the question of water, 4 it  was explained that it is' possible the village will take over  the water district which could  well lead to -a-" reduction -in  fates.' One of the trustees, Chff /  Thorald, agreed- this, "could be  from left; Mr/ Dave Pollock', Pender Harbour foreman;  Mr, W. M. Underwood, district superintendent; Mr- Cecil Chamberlin, chairman, local safety committee;'Mr.  Oscar ,Hoj_ue, Gibsons foreman; Mr.-Win. Baker, safety r  DIV. 6  Gibsons   Canfor���f7, -Gibsons ^ the tune-of $550. Apart' from  tttp village as-with the garbage ; JS^S^S^ 2KS  disDosal facilities  A swimminff    efficiently on a 10 null rate and  Sctor^aSg^S^. ^��3g^2��*SSk  recreation commission had to   cial 1>0sltl0n' tte <**"*** ����d>  be subsidised by the village to - ��Ke cof* n9* SP^ ^ the^ac-  - �� tions, of a new council. There  officer 1985; and Mr. Alec Caldwell, regional safety offi-   Legion 0: Sechelt Residential 9, ' swimming classes, she also or- - ^^r^t;^?}^35011-,40  cer' '- . ~^~ Madeira Park^lUnge.5 0.A ;      gamzed a _number of ��a^ ��� S^^J? ^JJjJE^  2nd annual event  Indiaii TribaS Council  v>  DIV. 4  .-  Gibsons  Legion, 0?   w^v*--*-. f  -Tigers AS, Madeira Park'Kick*  er& 0. ."^ .*   ,   "  United   6,- Sechelt  Sechelt .Residential  meeSing Sechelt Oct. 16  FIXTURES, EOR SUNDAY,  OCTOBER 17  tional -classes ^ between "Halfmoon; Bay and Wilson Creek,  here again, the village bore the  bulk'of the cost    _ .   v  ���*     ..-*���, ^^*'b-'-  Many other, facilities were  scheduled for the future "whith  would include a tennis court  -and other improvements - at  Hackett Park. It was also hoped topimprove-the waterfront    _ ..        _,.._,      -.*      ��     _tj- Div. :6,f V.io   p.ml.-���Roberts ��� beach facilities. Most existing  SECOND annual meeting of tile Sunshine Coast Indian ^ Cteck Tigers^vs Sechelt Resid- ' facifities were used to a great  Tribal Council Will be held this Saturday, October   entfal; Madeira >ark Rangers ' extent by youngsters and adults  16, in the Sechelt Indian Village Hall, and will be at-    v$r Gibsons   Legion-  Gibsons    from outside village boundaries.  tended by chiefs and councillors .of vSliammon, Powell scanfor,bye. f ~ ��� ,,��    -i    .-it.-is,_therefore.feit that-with  River,;,KJahoose,�� Squirrel Cove, andthe Hamalko Band, u - '^A   ���Z,, A^AAe   ex^9\ H'^J^^SS*"'!  rhnr^f. hftiKf* "v ��� '��� ' -������A'rAs  v    Div.^4, ^l.:��.-*pim.���Roberts ^.on_-We9t,Sechelt, tbe,additional  Cfturcn-nouse. ->-�����- ,      Creek  Wanderers-vs: Sfecbett.  -taxes, nresenliy going .to Vic-  Other chiers-expocte^^t^a^   t^ntpany permits   *:Mqtiflmqti<j3^Z ^Madeii^�� toriartjwoald^add-&der4ly '  end are tom--y?=ver is-    ^'"r^j^T ' Park ^V^^.Gibs^.IJnit-   to Wdevelbpment^Secbelt^'  land, ML Cumer Lillooet, Squa-    QCCeSS tO TOOaS    r     '^; Sechelt'Legibn bye.- y   ' * which- West' Sechelt would be '  pointed out the outside'taxfes  are presentlyJ appreciably TSgh-  er than within the village/ ^ ;  MrrHarry Batchelor of Selma  Park who sat in on the: discussion, brought up tbe question ot  welfare cases and ,\yo_Ud7<ti_ejr  be the responsibility of tbe village on expansion Thetans\TCr  wa's. not'until town status was  reached with a population of  '" "    s���see page"4$.  mish and the'lower Fraser  Valley. Honored guests will include Hon. 'Dan Campbell,  minister municipal affirs; Jack  Davis, Liberal candidate,  chand, special assistant to the  CANADIAN Forest Products  Ltd. has announced that their  Harrison Mills Logging Division  roads in the Chehalis Valley  and Suicide Creek .areas will be  Fumes blamed ... .  supcrinteEdent-gcneral   of . In-    o^n to .hunters and; fishermen  dian   affairs;   Guy   Williams,    �� %**$*��* dates; Oct 16  president, Native Brotherhood;    "* 23 and 24; Nov. 13. and 14  Henry CastUlou. leB��l advisor,  Natives of P.C.; 3. V. Boyce,  Indian commissioner; J, C;Letcher,   superintendent   for   this  agency; chairman tfnd councillors of both Sechelt and 'Gibsons;  members of the school  board,   school  .'principals.,, and  teachers; and the fire department. 7    , \ .',  ' First meeting will be held at  9;30 a.m. in thc Indian hall and  and Dec. 4 and 5.  Gatcmen will be stationed at  entry points to the areas between the hours of 6:00 a.m.  and 6:00 p.m. and visitors will  be asked to leave the' area by  the 6:00 p.m. closing time.  uumy  TRAGEDY struck a Sechelt family last Friday night  when the two-year-old daughter, of Mr,, arid. Mrs.  ��� Richard Johnson of the Indian village, died in the family  For the conveniece^ot Sechelt    oar' a victim to carboy monoxide fumes.  Peninsula residents wishing lo ,   Mr; Johnson accompanied by .  use thc area permits are ob-    his wife Sadie, brother Benedict    drove,, to the hall where Mrs.  tainablc from'the Howe Sound    Picrro   and   the   two   children  ' Johnson left tbe car.      '  ���,        Pulp  Division,   Personnel   De* .Janice Susan,   aged  two,  and       The two men then drove with  will be  for chiefs, councillors    partmcnt,  Port Mellon, during   Timothy Ryan aged three, left    the children to the waterfront  and Iftdiori Affairp officials, to    normni business hours.       . .     their home at 7:45 p.m.  and    Jn order to/check . their  fish  discuss Indian affairs.  A further meeting at noon  will discuss local'problems including proposed,expansion of  village boundaitM. Thlfj meet-.  InK will be between the Sechelt  band, councils' and other local  groups.      ��� ,.',,,  Of major Importnnco on tho  ogendn Ifl a discussion, on*tho  centennial celebration for which  nq .Iptttnn pay. Is scheduled.  Many cntcrtalnmcnls' are plan*  , ije}!' and U is "expt'eted nutner-  ���' 7'   , ,   ���too pago 15  Plan iilm show  lOI  iiiisons r.i.JL pursue  educational T.��. study  boat. They kept the car running  in order to "keep, the youngsters worm and .also loft tho  interior light on in order to  keep  on eye  on  them.  After  -     ������    Gains honors  . HONORS fall to Magistrate  Andrew    Johnston,    recently elevated to the Burnaby  courts.,  Official  ap-,  pointment has  now  been  confirmed: ��� ;  Andrew Johnston .  new appointment.-.  MAGISTRATE   Andrew   Johnston announced last week the  termination   of  his   duties   as  spending about fifteen minutes Magistrate   for   the   Peninsula  working on thc boat they  re* nnd   his \ appointment   to   tho  turned to the car to find both -       .���*.<������-  children lying on the.back seat,  Free tickets to  Sechelt Theatre  THE EXPANSION of-the Kamloops School District's  successful experiment, with Educational TV has been  making the headlines lately. ��� r-1   The Vancouver and Nanaimo , shouldn't wc be planning ahead  school boards aro reported considering tho possibilities, while  school dlHtrlcta In Europe and  tho States havo bopn using TV  ���an.   a   teaching   aid   for   aomo  Burnaby courts.  The, appointment as permanent magistrate was made offic*  lal from September 1st but  Magistrate Johnston has acted  In a temporary capacity since  the death last January of Mag-  for   maybe   five, years   from  < b0y   froVccTV'bV'"-7^  now? ; , . slightly V and   after   attempting    i For fifteen years he has play-  These and many other ques* mouth to mouth resuscitation :������ a>rge .p��rt, in upholding  >ns ore'being considered��� by    both'wore rushed to tho hos*    }.w on tlio Peninsula and has  been highly  recommended for  and < assumed them to be asleep. >  While driving back, Benedict  Picrro lifted the younger child  to tho front and discovered  she   was   not   breathing.   The- ;  tions  the   school  trustees   following  , pital,  each week to tlio holders of tho  three lucky mlmborfl, selected  cach week and distributed, onc  in   ench   of   throo   advertise*  ��� y ��"' .u.        ..      x       ��mi��    their convention la Vancouver, 1 . ,Thi^ two:yoar:old,J,.,glrU:Wa37 h'8, n?w. Po*W��n- ����' >R.The���,  - Can- this medium bo useful in           -     ��� ��       7 ;' mund  to bo dead on arrival Tim0a lns- week,  "I havo  no  this school dlHtrielT Would it bo     .In order to keep paren ��. tjo-��� |^^y ^SdS? to VaUnoni Intention of losing Sechelt, In'  FducnSo�� ��n(�� ls l�� ��ooa condition, J*ci   without  tho  duties   hero,  ?. Ki������ l   Investigation revealed a hole * hopo to have more tlmo to  ITIVnBB"llcl^et.^'to^ho"SbchcU',  Thcatro   are   awarded  , fr.ee.  poSSi>)io through TV to make    chera and taxpayers  better uso of tho excellont tea-    on tho latest nowa of  chcrH we havo?  Would n TV  system make It possible for us  to offer more courses at high  ments within the pnges of Tho    schooMovol? Would thoV chnl-  al TV and .of, what Is being , Investigation revealed  done In other districts,, Qlbsons 'Jn  the  muffler  of  tho   auto,  PTA has arranged for Mr. J. R. ^mcti hnd been picked up by  .������������, ,���w v -    Mntthqwa, ETV consultant with the heater and despite a rear  Times.     ������,..,..���,<..,.;     a,     lenge of such a now approach    B.C. Telephone to address tho .Window  which  had  been loft    Charles Mittlestoadt has  been  Look carefully and If you find* bo. rewarding and Btlmulptlng to-October, meeting, October 18..8 ,'haU, down,.proved fatal.   .         recommended to take oyer full  wmX��.tffm\* &   the teaching profession? I(NV��p,m, in Iho 0ym pt QlbwiM Rl* , The car had been purcbaacd    tlmo  duty as  Magistrate,   as  Tta Tlmoi office ��nd pick up    cannot offord  such a system  >mtont��ry. A film about Educa- only two days before tho accl*    well  na   Maglstratp  of  Small  your t Tol to any >erfo nanci,   population-wise   ��t   thla   tlmo,    tional TV will also bo shown. dent,                                         n��*t ^"^ *��- ������������- -������-���-���-���  spend enjoying tho beauties of  tho district."  It  la' understood   Magistrate  Debt Court for this district.  If  p* ���*.  i  2  s  )���>  lr��~  ���i  .*  J*  A  >  1  '��� 7  *>  i  'A  '.I,  "a  >  >  \  it 11 i. JV^f--- ->���*-��*���������>**-.i*���*��� -  r at-Wr-* ��" *'  ���'WiUpi   ^���'l ���* A"**-*  *   WWI    US. ���".iw^'A -   *-*\* -*-T-  .  VflAH -w��4-- -_-*i    i   ^du**flr^: .**.*-*-����� *_- n.^,11����;��-.^S"J  t *i*-h     -s*~*ft   '  t>  >Pcge 2     Sechelt Peninsula Times t    Wed., Oct. 13,1965   REAL ESTATE (Coritiried) /TFOR'SALE (Coninued)  11  i  i;  rtrmmmmmm  'Bz$msVma^ljtf#tua-       Telephone 885-9654   4 J  ��* SUBDIVISIONS     t  SECLUSION?,*  ,5V.., acres, .view j property7 sur-  . veyed.' l ������ block ,fconv Georgia  * BELTONE ��� hearing aid * glasses  <ZA for sale;* for- left ea�� 888-7496.  ,     -   ,        >   ' 9957-4S,  Published Wednesdays by the  Sechelt Peninsula Times Ltd.,  at  Sechelt, BJZ.  WORK WANTED Cont'd  STEEL' weld- coal   and *wood  -,���-_--                   .       v_      '-furnace'with'forced>hot air. ���  Strait,- .Cottage,-- outbuildings. -Reasonabler��PhoneT 885*9680. ---'  Good "water supply. Fruit trees,     *                ,                ' 9940*44 .  etc. Terms on $20,000. ��� "  20   level   acres,, .would -make ?--;-- ���'I  goodJfarm, $5,500. Terms. '   ,     A  _E^J_\cMYNN_  Member, Audit Bureou  of Circulation  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line AdBriefs (15 words)  One Insertion _i_ , 50c  $1.00  Three insertions   Extra lines (5 words) ���,10c  Box Numbers, 10c extra  25c Book-keeping charge is added  for AdBriefs not paid by publication date.  Display   advertising   in   classified  Ad-Brief columns,  1.50 per inch.  COMING EVENTS  AT 10 a.m. on Thursday, November 25, 1965 the Lion Ladles will be holding a bazaar in  the Hospital Cottage, Sechelt,  B.C. 9960*43  AT 2 p.m. Saturday, October  23, 1965. Ladies of the Sunshine Rebekah Lodge will be  holding a fall bazaar and tea  in the Parish Hall at St. Hilda's Anglican Church.    9961-43  IN   MEMORIAM  THORNE  Duncan,  October -6,  1963.  ' "Sov teach * us  to number - our -  ��� days, that we may apply -our  ' hearts -unto  wisdom."  (Psalm  . 90:12).  . Gone   to   a    happier   hunting  ground. ��� Sadly missed by Lu-  -i-eUa,'"-Wendy, *-Glenna, Roger.  ��94943  BIRTHS  :> T07MR.-"and .Mrs. -Jack-Hen-~  '���, fderson of Nanaimo; ;~a/son,  i,'*l__ichael 'Gordon,' born Septem-  Vier -24, r?i965. Mrs. 'Henderson  *:is the 'former rLynnette <sWay-  i inent; of 'Sechelt, B.C.     995643  MACHINERY f  *������~ i1���= .,..*���  25 KVA, automatic-controlled  i Doranan Diesel Power Plants.  ['Mounted on-skids in as-new  'condition. Replacement cost  $10,00��-plus. what offers? Write  or 'phone. -Mix Equipment,  i-Foot .of '<Garrall Street, Vah-  " couver 4, B.C. Telephone MU  ' 4-0030 or RE 6-4830.       9993-tfn  ROY BOLDERSON  Box 435 - Sechelt  885-9530 Evenings  Rototilling - Plowing  Grading - Rolling - Etc.  9826-tfn  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  TREE planter required for project   starting   approximately  October 18. Apply B.C. Forest  Service    Sechelt.   Phone   885-  '2034.    . 2327*^3  MAKE Money Now���Male ^>r  female. Salal pickers required  ^at, once-straining .given. Contact John Hayes at Ried Fern  &.Moss,* 885-9313.- Located' in Sechelt Theatre building.  ,947-44  -FOR RENT  DAVIS Bay���furnished - self-  contained-units, suitable -for  one or two. adults.- Phone 885-  -.9332., " , ,7 /;v.T:-9951-45  Zi-^i  -    REAL ESTATE &  INSURANCE  Box 238     .Gibsons       886-2166  Res! ��� 886-2500, 886-2681, ��� 886-2393  *.' -;..' "V "995*43'  CARS ond TRUCKS   .    V  1955 PONTIAC,  radio,  heater,  new tires, automatic V8. Top  condition. Phone 883-2669.  ^9921-43  1960   MONARCH   H.T.^  whie.  ���Radio, heater," power steering  and brakes. Good condition, ph.  885-9550 .       ' 9999-43  BOATS & ENGINES  '33* TROLLER for sale, ready  to fish, $2.500���less for cash.  883-2417. 9911*44  TRAILERS  35'x8'PAN AMERICAN house  'trailer, fully equipped. Phone  886-2715. 9939*44  ���mmmmrnmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm^  Sechelt Poninsula  Unitarian Fellowship" ,  Regular Meeting  each Thursday  8:00 p.m.  Eorl Haig-Camp  Roberts Creek  mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.  FOR SALE  REAL ESTATE  (I  PERSONAL  .SIGNS   painted,   lettering*-of  vehicles   a   specialty.   Dave  'Plnkncy,   Gibsons.   Phone  886*  9829. * 9834-tfn  WORK WANTED  - ���'���i���.���p���<,..-.  FOR Carpentry. New and re*  ; pair work. Contact V. Mit*  ;choll 885-9582. 9784-tfn  f EXPERIENCED    painter,    in*  ;   -tcrlor-cxterior,     Free    'estimates. J. Jarvls 886-2987.  9867-tfn  -^V^GtBSONSj^^    .   ;  1 i -7. Tw^eidroorn    ���   y  ^eueni^ home^7 fevacrei   good  -^eU,-^ai^en;and~fruit'tres, garage. $9,500.00 F.P. Terms considered.  Four-bedroom       >  on acre,  good workshop with ,  cement- floor, yiewpot,iwfell in-,  sulated, , new' 'jh'o'u s e.    FiP.  $15,000.00. Terms  ROBERTS CREEK  123' YVTT. >Four*-bedroom  on  level  lot  to   beach.   Year  'round   well.   Just   tinder   one  . acre.  F.P.. $16,000.00 Terms.  WEST SECHELT  . Two-bedroom  ,Auto. oil heat, view, % basement, waterline In soon, F.P.  . "$9,500.00,  H. B,r GORDON &  KENNETT LTD.  Sechelt'and Gibsons, p,.C.  * Phone 885-2013   '  Ron 'McSavaney 886*9656  '     0943*12  FOR SALE, modern 2 bcdroopi  home. Full basement, 5 years  old. Automatic oil heat, on Mer*  maid St��� Sechelt, Phone 885*  2817. 9962*45  BUY, .and .save nn ..quantity���  Smoke'fish and fresh local fish  -only;-Plant**at James Wharf.  Sechelt. 885-9721. 7841-t��n  ;v"/ay bee used  ,v. FURNITURE  Phorie��886-2346,7 Gibsons  ���7Next tp^Kefi's. Parking  Beer bottles..We buy ond  t... '���' -sell^everything *  .-'������.   ,,   l> ���>     - 9991-tfn  ^7VTROO_E�� ."and 1954  Ford  ' sedan -/delivery,    $1095    or  i Paint -^Fibreglass - Rope ;  " Canvas - Boat /Hardware  WALT NYGREN SALES  / LTD.  > Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-9303  7857-tfn,  UNDERWOOD   standard  typewriter,   $20.   Phone  885-9571.'  9923-tfn  13-FT. -TEAR  drop  trailer,  2>  single  beds.  Propane stove,  ice   box.   Excellent   condition.  Phone Pender Harbour, 883-2498  9934-44  WOOD delivered anywhere on  .Peninsula. Alder, $12; Fir,  $14; Maple, $12. dry millwood,  $13. Order while weather is  favorable.- Al Cook, Phone 886-  9674. 9861-45  .(IfflCKENS,  50c . each.   Ready  for  freezer   (dressed)���$1.00.  Ph. 885-2048. 994844.  LARGE-size wood burning circulating  heater." Phone  885-  9619. ._-      79933-44  LEGAL" NOTICES ~  ^Tr-JOHN^S  UNITED CHURCH:*  Wilson Creek, B.C.  * ' i  ' -  7  -Sundoy School~9:45 o.m, J  Divine Worship���11 i IS a.rh."  Led by Miss H, 6, Cdfripbeli \  *������ ���* *  *   '*     -   ������   .   *  Except on 2nd Sunddy each ,  month  Fqmity Service���11:15 a.m.,  Divine Service���3:30 p.m.J>  bed by Rev, W. M. Cameron ,  BETHEL BAPTIST ���-  CHURCH  SECHELT  SERVICES  Sunday School ��� 10 a.m.  Church Service ���11:15 o.m.  Prayer - Wednesday 7:30 p.m.  PASTOR , ,  REV. A. WILLJS >  You are invited to ottend ,��  any or eoch service.  Form~No.l8  -   (Section 82)  Notice4' - of , Intention - to *���" Apply,  '.'to Lease Land  ' trade/T883-239JI.  9922-43   In Land Recording District of       Vancouver and situate on South  shore of North lake.  Take notice that Albert Edward  Everything  fprv*he .Hunter  Dawson of 8049 Cartier Street,  .GUNS -'GUNS r GUNS  at Jydtir 'Hunting  K^adquarters.  .  WALT NYGREN SALES  L>TD.  886-^303  'Gibsons; B.C.''  9863-tfn  3-BEDROOM   house,   Must  be  movdd. iFor further informa-  i tipn Phone ��� 883-2419, or \ can be  , seen at Irvine's .Landing.  rf 9935*44  * COMBINATION   Rockgas   and  wood '��� stove.   Pipes, and   fittings included, $75. Phone 885*  ��� 2104. 9959-43  IP'         '  I  ,    ,   '  .  1,  *  ���   \  t  ,    t  1  ' .  i.  *  IP  1  i*  f,  2 NEW SUBDIVISIONS  WATERFRONT LOTS  Earls Cove Subdivision ��� adjacent to Earls Cove  , 'ferry terminal on'the! Sunshine Coast Highway.  Also-LARGE VIEW LOTS   Madeira Park Subdivision ��� overlooking Pender1  Harbour and Gulf ��� 10%-down ��� easy terms  on balance, Discount for cash,  FOR SALE BY OWNER  O. SLADEY ���Madeira Park, B.C.-  Phono 083-2233 or phone-North Vancouver'  '        985-4934  10'xl2' building, plywood lined,,  , VjciO" siding, green roof, on,  log skids, $175. Large Quaker  oil heater, .$10. 3 gals.. Pitts*,  burgh shingle stain,, red, $4.50  per gal. E. Garvcy, phone 883*  2338. 9950*43,  ELECTRIC    convertible     J c t  pump,' Shallow ��� or deep well.  Phono, 885*9604. 0952*43,  |    ^^������*ii-i��ii*^ii***i��-*^-*-i*iii-i��i-|lii*ii|iii*-,��--i|i��-w-.*-i*.��*i��-ii-- ..mm ���mi *-  Now finger sewing mach $99,95  'Used Domestic sew mach. 99.88  Eash  washer   ���   49.95  Simplicity Wanhcr,.   39.05  Coldflpot refrigerator ...   99.95  ���Sanitary Refrigerator ..  49.05 '���  .Mnr��wcU> Wnohor *29.95^  -.Tank type vacuum    10.00  ��� PARKER'S HARDWARE  LTD.  Marnhall Wells Storo  Sechelt, R.C,    9954.40  -LOWEST    Prices ��� Screened  Gravel,   .Drain   Rock,    Fill,  Shell   dirt.   A.   Simpkins,   So*  chelt ,885-2132. .PPSK-Un  Vancouver,  occupation barber,  intends'to apply  for-a  lease  .of   the 'following   described  lands:���  Commencing at a post planted  at N.W. corner of DL 6999 GPL  N.W.D.   thence   West   along  shoreline   to   N.E,   corner   of  L  7000  125  ft.  more  or less;  .thence South 660 ft;'thence East  125 ft to W. Boundary of Lot  ��� 6999; thence North ��� to point of  .commencement and containing  ���3 acres, more or less, for the  purpose of homesite.  -���Albert Edward' Dawson  Dated 22 September, 1965.  10000���Pub.  Oct.  6,  13, 20, 27,  1965,  Sunshine Coast  .Gospel Church  (Undenominational)  Sunday School 10 a.m.  Church Service  11:15 a.m.  PASTOR REV, S. CASSELLS  Selma Pork Community Hall  le-sts  Buy youfi  Canada  Savings  Bonds  at the  Royal  Ask for application tornf  at your nearest branch.  Buy for cash or by instalments. Canada Savings  Bonds never fluctuate in  value,,can be cashed any  time for full facovaluc,,  plus interest.  ROYAL BANK.  r  T*io  Anglican Church  Of CANADA  .. Hector,Rov. James. B. Fergusson, B.A., L.th.,  Phono 885*9793  Sunday, October 17, 1965  ST, MARY'S���GARDEN BAY ,  Communion���*11:00 a,m,  CHURCH OF HIS PRESENCE  Evensong���3;00 p,m,  ST. HILDA'S���SECHELT ,  Evensong���7:30 p.m.  * ,i*  ��-_  r*_  ���i.  -u  5* '^  . ^ *.�� * .*  I.*. r*. *"*  --p. .w 3*y-  > JS  J,  t  .,,.,-><,! i*w-p*,*r*".t  t*  i'r'T"fr",ti *" v"�� -j 'it.if "a.j"k  <i> .* j   ?'   '<*   a ��v ��� i'.�� ., \.   7-   v   '  .   .. ���'*! I 17'  ��� SECHELT,^Residential TigeW,, showing Superb 'ball con-. f^Io^h^fo^SmS  Arol, won their,game 6-0 over the:SeeheltRegion'-T��^ST^lb^]lSit  .team, Goalie Alan Hemstreet was kept busy throughout' been two mothers writing to the  the game.;'Pictured here from.left are Bobby Waters,   Sun editor about their honor  Sechelt Legion; Bernard August/ Tigers; Rod Rudolf  and Mark Rennie, Legion; Gordon Dick and Lome' Edmunds, Tigers; and Kent Sheridan, Legion.  The Reader's Right  Letters to the Editor must carry a signature and address, although a  pen-name may be used for publication. ~    ���  *  students graduate daughters being, unable, to find work because  prospective employers ask for  experience. '     *   / :.    A  Many millionaires,' who quit  school at 15,  report that the  way to success is by 'guts' and  'hard work.'        ,        "     .     _  ���Rose "and Alex Simpkins.  W>d.; Oct. 13, 1965     Sechelt Peninsulo Times     Page, 3  'f < - _ -. *���     i i i <-  Two year plan . X.  \\,-y':  z\     * / iV  LaitdsOTpiiap pSsans kM  m i StdiUs Hospital  TEN-YEAR, comprehensive planV for.,the beautification  .  , ofthegrounds of St. Mary's Hospital^ Sechelt is be- /"  ing conducted by the firmof John Lantzius & Associates,  Vaneouer,   ,    y " -v t  ^-,���- ���:  ^St^Mary^Hospital, Society' is  fortunate to have secured the  services 1'of, this* firm who are.  4 in.scharge pt,the same kind of  woric at ;the Century 21,Exposi-,  'tion,in Montreal.  Many people who have been  wondering what was being done  in this connection will welcome  this release received; from ��� Mr.  Norman Franklin, chairman of  the hospital board sub-committee on properties.  cpo\parison:      ���     - ;       '   "A--  Z" Garden Bay���624., A     A I  ���  SU Mary's-, Sechelt���2,127.v  i Comparisons for the month of  August, showed:  IN PATIENTS  Garden Bay���65.'  Sechelt���116.  -Doritknock the  drop-out  Editor, The Times-  Sir���You  have  published  an  amazing   editorial   entitled  "Source of Delinquency" Oct.  6,   1965.  You say, '.Vandalism when it  exists is almost invariably attributable to the drop-out element' You would have us think  that the teenage 'smoker, drinker and screecher of rubber* is  confined to drop-outs. You say  that the 'drop-p_its:_are *damag-_  ing the teenage image'.  Only in very recent times  have we heard these expressions, namely, 'drop-outs' * and  'image'. First of all, Mr. Editor, when.is a drop-out a dropout? We7have��,imowa some  chaps to leave school at Grade  one. There have - been others  who struggled to Grade five.  Now there are quite a few who  supposedly make it to Grade  10, ��� although they can't distinguish tbe words too and to.  There are many parents who in*  sist on Grade 12. The parents  have a whale of a time, in soma  cases, tutoring these teenagers.  Some make it: some don't Then  there arc those who live-in, and  attend UBC. Some 'phone their  parents for help in their essays. After a while they quit or  become *klck*outs7  Robert Burns of Gibsons  wrote about the early days. Ho  , said that there was no delinquency i In his day,  nor were  ; they   called   teenagers.   Thero  ��� was no such thing as a dropout or a teenage image,. When  ��� a boy became 15 he went into  the. woods   with' his  dad.  He  ��� worked.,with men, having put  away childish things. By eight*  ��en he was raising a family,  having built his own home and  having become Independent,  Contrasting this with modern  times wc submit the following:  Onc young boy who wanted to  go to work at 15, as-his father  had done, was forced to finish  Grade 12. He graduated at 23.  And now ho Is 25 in his second  year of art work. He Is a boat*  nlk and has never done a day's  work in his life. Nor has ho nny  intention, by his own ndmla-  ��lon, of over facing Ilfo. In ol*  most every Sun paper you can  find ads,by Grade 12 graduates  Family    quarrel;     WKere'  there's a sibling, there's quibbling.  Elphinstone Hi Notes  ---By Pot Gooding  THE AFTERNOON of Tuesday, October 5 is one to be  remembered by the students of Elphinstone. For an  hour and a half the music of the band of the Royal Canadian Engineers held the attention of students, teachers,  There was no doubt about it.  Figures released recently to  the ��� hospital board by Administrator Norm Buckley will bo  of great interest to the, general  public. Anyone studying these  figures closely will realize how  much the new. hospital means  to1 the district.   7 '      -  Total patients treated during  an eight-month period, ending  July 31, showed the following  NEWBORN  Garden Bay���12.  Sechelt���11. ������        -f  VOUT>ATfENTS  Garden' Bay���32, ���  ..Sechelt���ITS.-.  SHORT STAY PATIENTS  Garden Bay���11,  Sechelt���48.  ? _  \  Sign   on   executive's   desk:  VBe    reasonable���do'   it    my  ���way."  their playing was fabulous. For  parents and other adults,  many  of us' it "was  the  first"  time we'd heard a 'real live'  band and the experience was  exhilerating.  After an introduction of the  individual instruments the band  played* a varied selection* of  pieces, beginning with the last  movement of the "New World  '' Symphony" by Dvorak. Some  other pieces were; the "Trumpet Trio" by Mendez, Anderson's amusing little work "The  Typewriter,'* ��� "Holiday t in Pa-'  ris" by Offenbach, and a slight-'  ly jazzed up version of "Baa  Baa Black Sheep." The "Post  Horn Gallop" was played  twice; first on the post horn  and then,  to the' awe of the  audience, it was played through  the barrel of a rifle.  ~We~ thank " Mr. Headley" for  providing us with this opportunity to hear real music.  STUDENT COUNCIL  In an assembly last Wednesday morning the' student government and .first term representatives of the student coun-l  cil' were^sworn hvb^ members,  of the teaching staffT   "     '.    ��  This year's secretary-general  for the student Vcouncil is Shirley Fiedler, and Muriel Fossett  is the minister of .finance.  HAVE YOU HEARD?  About that mouse in room  132? Seems that there has been  pome experimenting in the in*  terests of scientific progress!  The Frost is on the Pumpkin  Halloween will soon be here!  We have Masks - Halloween  Handout Candies and Novelties  SPECIAL - 5-cell  Flashlights complete  with  batteries   \  |   SEE PAINTINGS by  ^   Brother Mac -  here.  GILMORE'S VARIETY SHOP  Sechelt, B.C. Phone 885-9343  Open Mon. to Sat, 9 a.m.S p.m. Except Friday - to 9 p.m.  886-7766  NEED A CAR?  NEW or USED  TRY  Peninsula  tlor Prod.  SICHIIT.B.C. !  Ph, aa��.iin -. T��4 f<��r��w��ll  "-ESS  4     ...  y invited to wiew the 66#s  A selection of the famous GJML Products  , Now on display in our modern heated showrooms. Let us  tqke you into a new world of elegance with the exciting new  models designed with you in mind. "Last minute newscast"  substantial reductions on 1966 autos to similarly equipped  1965s.  AUTHORIZED PONTIAC DEALER IN SECHELT:  ?A.A  A\ t "���  > yf  A: A  <���*_  A   *  'K  Peninsula Motor Products (1957) ltd.  PHONiE:'885-2in''::;;:vv:r-  "" : r;:"v        ' '"'"  ' v:; >:';:; v/^'SECHElJ, B,q.  7>  %  I  > I  .*.!,  < i  p���    it.  '*'..'   i 1  *  ��  d  I'  if  I  ll-  ,7*  i'l1  ,.r.p  y.<  r,  1}  tf  �� iCJErf?    __.^* ���*��� *   .  Page 4 - Sechelt Peninsulo Times,     Wed,, Oct 13,196S  Peninsula campaign . . ��  4 '< > "��� '.^  Volunteer  for  .S.  .:i  Big -oc-caslon  GROWTH of the Pender Harbour area was reflected recently with the official opening ofrthe new Bank of .Montreal. Large numbers of Peninsula residents turned  up for the opening, hailed as a momentous occasion. Among the out of town guests  was Mr. E. J. Kelleher, B.C. superintendent of the Bank of Montreal. Mrs. Kelleher,  who accompanied her husband, is-seen on right reciving a .carnation corsage from  blranch teller 'Sharon Keeley.  THIS WEEK volunteer canvassers throughout the area  from Port Mellon to Egmont will be representing  the Canadian,Arthritis & Rheumatism Society in the an-  nual-appeal-for -fundST   Target for the area set by  CARS is $1,000. Every dollar  received by this organization is  distributed as follows; patient  care 75c, research 7V��c, education of public and medical pro*  fession 7c, campaign expenses  l'y.c, administration 9c.  Although government grants  account for 26c of every $1.00  received; CARS relies on the  annual campaign to raise 54c  the remainder comes from private donations such as bequests and money received  from patient treatment, although no one is refused treatment through inability to pay.  CARS has spearheaded the attack against arthritis in Canada  and their most important goal   "is to find the cause.and eventual cure fbr this crippling dis-       Mermaid;   Bottomless  ease. Research has discovered    with a topless suit.  successful treatment for many  types of arthritis, and treatment, if started in time can  keep the disease under contort/  in four out of ,every five cases.  Campaign organizers for^ tbe  area are: Gibsons, Mrs." W,  Crosby; Gibsons merchants;  Mr. J. G. Warn; Roberts Creek,  Mrs. C Beeman; Wilson Cre6k,"  Mrs. T. ,J. S. Aylwin; Selma  Park, Mrs. Margaret Duval;  Sechelt, Mrs. Ann Rennie; Sechelt merchants, Mr. Frank  Newton; Redrooffs Road, Mrs.  C. Connor; Halfmoon,Bay, Mrs.  Grace Rutherford; Madeira  Park, Mrs. G. Gooldrup; Garden Bay, Mrs. Jo Benjafield;  Egmont, Mrs. John Duniop.  girl  lti_f��__~         >-- ^*-  -*��� ' -       ""_"    ���.      *  V n9_B_nl|lf _ ___.   ���__ ��f     i_- ���"      ** p "��� _��� __       fe_ _���*  fgBSL *'���__ ��� -1~ LUZZZ . A�� -v- �������-���--W��� V6*ar*Vi  SB__S_F ' " ������ -������ ��� _ <J. ��� ~ ���*�� *��� -*mm- -, ���-�����- t o*7�� '  S_PnKS'           ���    ��� *���     *���"*���  ������ ��� �������� �����-. a.   m.*    ..        _    /,��*_[  .JgSa-         t~    - -**--���^-^-���.'W* *  lfl-**?T*J     _~"~     _                _���-"*���    "���"      "��.w***--.n^M  ���mm    -w       ��� ������ III! nil Ih i     ||    ..... .j.   ���., -     '���' *��� H   J**.. A  Gibsons  ESSO 0  moaern nuiiaing - other concrete block. He said  SIGN OF-progress in the Madeira Park area, is* the new he hoped to obtain a further  Pender Harbour Branch of-the-Bank of Montreal, quote  on   concrete   block  for <  It provides a.five day per week service and has a staff, comparison. ,    \   .,       ,     r  of two; officer-in-^harge Mr. G. H. Goertzeh, and clerk \     /f.    .**.-"^ -r-    y;  Miss Sharon Keeley; -staff will shortly be increased to ���  three.-. Sladey Logging Ltd.  were  general contractors  for "this fine building.  Workers praised . . .  '- -  ���m ��� '!���������������������"���-���"���   - ������'    ���m������'���������  Litaf f board commended  f or ikfaitioi to 4uty  REPORTING   on   the   municipal   airport,   Coun.   Bill  Swain told.council .work is going ahead on clearing  , the right of .way. Extension of aircraft parking area is  also underway.  Council - moved   the   annual  ; ,grant of $750' be  paid:to the  , airport management board.  Asked  for   a   report on  thc  (llbrary  board,  Councillor  Gor-  ��� doq said he knew nothing. Suggestion by   Councillor   Benner  that council should find out just  . what   Is   being   done   by .the  ,,board,   brought  a   reply  from  . ithe   clerk . pointing   out   that  l Councillor    Gordon    was    thc  , .council   representative   on   thc  , board. To a comment that he,  should   therefore   be   able   to  submit a report, Coun. Gordon  , asked  "how  could  he <bc  expected to give a report when  there had been no meetings?"  Chairman Christine Johnston  pointed out,   a   great  deal of  < .work is carried out by, the -lib*  - rary committee, and that vil  lage is fortunate in having such  dedicated workers.  BC Centennial  posters on card  L. J. WALLACE, general chairman of the  Provincial .Centennial Committeo, said that at-,  tractive . .centennial    postcards ,  are being supplied to local cen- ���  tennial    committee    chairmen.  throughout British Columbia as  a further means of publicizing'  the -1966-67 celebrations in this  province.  Thc  postcards,  reductions of  the- fouricolored   posters   that  arc. being-circulated throughout  the world, depict typical British '  Columbia * scenes. ,    ,���,,,,  Professionally produced from  selected color photographs, the,  cards are, a very attractive,and  desirable mailing piece for, pro* 1  moting tourism in British Col-  No Down Payment - Bank Interest  Ten Years To Pay  COMPLETE LINE OF APPLIANCES  For Free Estimate - Call 886-2728.  :i^JPlllllli--^^lj^^iiiJM  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD  Doubts .were cast by Councillor Gordon as to the future of  the proposed building at Hack*  ctt    Park,    which,    he    said, .,    ,    ..  would .undoubtedly  fall  victim ^umbia in .the next two years,  to vandals. LocKal.   committee    chairmen  arc  being* asked  to, distribute  He was assured the building ������ them to outlets that can make  would   be   of   concrete' block ��� use.of,t|��e cards, either through  construction, making vandalism personal mailings or for dlstrl-'  difficult.    Clerk   Ted    Rnyncr bution to  guests  and  patrons,  said two quotes had  been re* Additional postcards can bo ob-  celved, onc for wood frame the taincd on request.  NEED A CAR?  NEW or USED  TRY  Peninsula  Motor Prod.  ,' SECHELT, HyC.   f  Ph; 005-2111   - Ted Farowoll  K*  'V.'-   ^Chain Sam .Centre ~  Wilton Creek, P.C. Phono 005*9626  AGENTS FOR    .  .HOMELITE > McCULLOCH * P.M. CANAJDLEN -..STIHL  PIONEER CHAIN SAWS and,\  JACOBSEN ROTARY MOWERS  ..          PARTS .ond ACCESSORIES ..  .    GdOD RECONDITIONED SAWS ALWAYS ON HAND  t^.l^!u;'7:iM<lM71inHll:7-^!^7.,7^4 ^iMHM,J_ ^Mll!lll7.U7_lllUIUu  ,.,,     ��� ,    885-2857  ��� This free reminder of coming events Is a service of  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD. Phono Sechelt Peninsulo  Times direct for free listings, specifying "Dato Pad".  Please note that space is limited and some advance dates  may have to wait their turn; also that this Is a "reminder''  listing only /and cannot always carry full details,  Oct,   14���3;0Q P.m.  Regular monthly meeting of the  . Sechelt Auxiliary  to St. Mary's Hospital, at  tho  . Hospital,  Oct. 15���-2* p.m. St, Bartholomew's Parish Hall, Gibson*  Arbutus   Rebekah   Lodge  No,' 76.   Harvest  Tcb, '  '    sowing and boko solo,  Oct, 16���8:00 p.m.'Masqnic Hall; Roberts Creek, Public  Installation DeMolay Master Councillor Elect, James  Mandclk'au and officers,  Oct, 19���From 11 a,m, prcmlsos noxt to Wlgord's Store.  Sccholt PTA Used Clothing and Bako Sale,  Oct, ,20���From 10 a,m, Canadian Legion Hall, Sechelt,  Ladles Auxiliary Rummage Solo.'  Oct, 22-���10 a.m.-12,30 p,m, Gibsons United Church  hall. U,C,W, Thrift Sale and Coffee Bar.  A FEW CHOICE LOTS LEFT  TERMS? YOU BET!  H. Gregory 885*9392  Sccholt Agendo* Ltd. 085-2161  1��.  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  ��..���!.,  REALTY,and INSURANCE  Wharf Road Phono 085-2161  .  i  i  T  IIW-HI��  Ss-i  7,  i    . _,��  pp,w.*p.��i ***?. i��  ..4,  17  .... -��&'*,**  f      Jt     s.     x  ':���-".  7 >A*.,^  ���v.-.  * sV  We<fc Oct;; 13.81965     Sechelt Peninsula Times     Pdge S^ elaborate* *on7tbe;-* supje#^of~ ,  ��� a��._��s "'",'~ * ���>'" "A "-'7*.'* <V'-        , ^v V v '-���,;< lt.'-r  ' ������"��� r ARDA1"* ands how it's, operation*-"  HiXxlDSOnS y . . -������   A-C^      ���7    -     ,    /.*"'*'-'��'    would benefi&ihe-disttfcf,*H6w7<7  1J-C  pt-s ;7^-V"'   V^-V^77' "     \   ' ?*   <   ,,   -v- '-"   .ever,.��_��.Johnson*advised-tbaft'-i  ^_MM^^^^    St^^ASA^/i^   '_______���___? * ^   he=..was-iniflo*ivay^associatedv��-t  lit.  ti-;'  7   *  v*v*   1  ig&V A" ����i��ker-otr.^_> ac'complfebijiofits-.vl iv   ', "v v  '    :andtendeavo)Es'0frth^Id<SdJ4ri l '  *T' engraved*' p u jr s e ���<��� to   charter*,  memSfe_l;Mf.' Clare Cfoamjjerlim>-  Charter member  , Approximately- ^ ��� persons ai-    r~: ~* ��� r*��-" _TTl ����"*������wy - undertaking * oite harnes_i_fr>1  temted lhe ^eTigh4ilvcomnieni-^��^^'��� &**i"donation-from-  SSp2c4^_^SS  oritiy*turkey dtaiter,. K&* mr^ Sjf^i^,^ *S��f��*-7 SJSl��S*t_?fce���  the   congenial, atmosWre" of    ^f:Bea1tace*   Mf\ -**�������*'J3SS_w^te5S^l_S-  the Welcome Cafe, Gibsons}*on . ^ad the.pleasure of placing the    ^^^a^SJ^Z^  Mondav Or*tnh. r k '      ' first cut* in the large cake. __*! b^n. ���6-* P^f ����M��ya-  i__r��    _-_ Ann   /-���_.       >     *> ... "je weiconte t-aie  (iiwvw-i.uu ��� _ -  -  MR. CLARE Chamberlm, pictured here with his wifo    Monday, October 4 - first cut-in the large cake. +.      .   .       -    .  --. -.--;--  .    *  Grace and only son Cecil, is the only surviving Char-    ' Master, of cere^nfcs' for the V Mr-Johnson, in his after-din- S3m?i_i*_TSteJZZSSZ  ter member of the Howe-Sound Farmers' Institutes He    occasion-was president of the  -ner speech,, mentioned the im- ed from toeriveV*below  Tbfi'  came to Gibsons Landing in 1902 from Oregon. Mrs.    Howe Sound Farmers'Institute/  jwrtant.role that Farmers' In- land is  capable* of producing-  Chamberlin was the first white child io be born in Gib--   Mr- CedI chamberlin, the only. . stitutes, sUU play in the-rural several crops per year through-  SOUS which was then known as West Howe Sound:  she'   S��? of the honored guestiflis; areasi oi our. province and, felt the use,of a proper irrigation  was born in 1890 to Mr. and Mrs. George Glassford who   V?' BerS!e_��� pre^nted; *&'"* iha^^,b?ons was no exception, program.   *      -      ,  came to Vancouver from Ontario in 1886 settling in rSL   t  v m .^Mrs:^laTe ChaI^* l   During.the brief question per*-      The^projector was kindly sup-  sons in 1889                                                   '            g      Glb"    ^S1^^1? beautiful .corsages. -    ior Mr. Eric Prittie asked- the' pUed^by-the local fire dept, and  ������������ _____-___. . Colorful-, autumn  flowers,   superintendent if he wished to .operated'by Mr. Fred Feeney.  j    Jt%}���  ewd and t/iewd of yj^-^uii-beissJ^d^r-s  mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm��m��m^       p., ..._..   , . '"7     '  " ��� '      - _____ *  Chain Saw Centre  Wilson Creek  Dealer* for PM. 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—7"—"        -^»=-——T J 7- ""■= r^T^7^n 77  +:JrW :■».-.*rf Times Wed., Oct. 13, 196S,
~! A^k'. V'O  $*** '■' ^^ ' ^ ^; & vftfi- Chamber moves
on road work
MEETING fast Sunday at the
* - home of President JTed Os-
- borne, Sechelt Chamber of Cpm-_
merce committee members del-*;
ved into the problem vo£ select-"1"
ing roads in need of repair and
Highways Dept.
award of merit
GIBSONS and Pender~Harbour
maintenance crews of the
Dept of Highways were-^ presented with the" Silver Certific- V
ate,. Award of Merit by District
Superintendent Mr. W. M. Underwood, last Saturday.'
The award was made at a
dinner held in Danny's Dining
Room, Gibsons attended by
members of the, Dept together
with Regional Safety Officer
Mr. Alec Caldwell, Public Relations Officer Mr. Art Schindel
and Safety Officer for the year
Mr. Bill Baker.
Chairman of the local safety
committee Mr. Cecil Chamberlain accepted the certificate on
behalf of the maintenance
crews who have worked a total
of 108,004 consecutive man
hours without a lost time accident from November l, 1964, to
May 31, 1965.
This period includes the winder months when it will be remembered how the crews worked long and arduous hours
keeping our highways and by-ways open to traffic. They have
also performed admirable service throughout the year and
have received many commendations from individuals throughout the area.'
They are well on their way
to receiving the Golden Award
which, if they continue with
their. present record, .will', .be
presented ,to -them next Feb-*
department of highway's prior*"   «
ity list. '' 7 y'.y
, Roads under discussion were*;
Redrooffs, Mason Road, East „l
Porpoise • Bay, West Porpoise \\
Bay, Davis Bayto the school '\
and Field Roadto the aiVport.7 '-
General agreement being tea-*'
ched „ that Redrooffs, due ,to, -j
population and state of the road, 1
should top the list. ,    ".
Suggestions and recommendations were drawn up and wiU
Soecial honor the enjoyment of the other dan     ------ -
WORKING 108,004 consecutive ™"^***5»£_ =. __ uTS"  **  ""   £5^C*W3
on a highway as hazardous.as that which extends name not be used. .   ».
from Port Mellon to Earl's Cove, is a most outstanding      Last Friday night the Junior
achievement. Pictured .here, attending the presentation squares   turned   out   in   full
are- Back row, from left, Mr. Wm: Baker, safety offi- force. All two sets are back
cer 1965; Mr. W. M. Underwood, district superintend- this year and raring to go.
ent- Robert McQueen, Dave Pollock, Cecil Chamberlm,      The Pen(Jer Harbour squares
Frank  Charlesworth,   Bill  Donley,   Len   Pilling,   Roy will get under Way at 8 o'clock
Lance  Fred Newman, Jack Marron, Fred Donley and at the high school at Pender
Rov Fenn Front row: Mr. Alec Caldwell, regional safe- on Thursday Oct. 14, i965-~cal-    	
tv officer-' E  Reitz, Oscar Hogue, George Wheel, Doug ler, yours truly, Maurice Hem-    policy     toward    the    ARDA
Stewart  Don Humell, and Wiljo Wiren. street, so I will see you at the    scheme,    presently    a    little
* .  —■  square dance.
on the estimates for 1966.
Chairman of the ARDA committee. Norm Watson advised,
a meeting is slated for 7:30
p.m. in tbe hospital cottage, at
which a representative will be
present from Victoria. It is
hoped he will provide details
of thc provincial government's
Squaringiy Yours
from Chilliwack, currently":'yisit-
pin£.;at;, £>ende£:^ ;-.; ^ , ■ ;<-
Last Sat. Night the square
dancers met in our basement..
Only one set turned out but
the evening was well worth -it, /
You see, in square dancing, it t
doesn't matter how many come,
a good time is always had. To
-top the night off, a well-known
celebrity was on the floor, to
"Times" AdBriefs
ate "■
—by Maurice Hemstreet
HELLO there, does anyone know where all the square
dancers have gone to Jill of a sudden? I heard a lot
of talk to start the season, but have yet to see a little
action on the part of the talkers.
Haven't heard from the oth- '-.
er clubs on the Sunshine Coast
yet, but as soon as direct dialing comes into effect I sure intend to get busy and see what's
going on. Come to think of it,
they are probably waiting for
the same thing.
Sat., Oct. 2, 1965—At St. Hilda's Hall, was the sight of the
best night the Sechelt Promenaders have had this year, but
there still weren't enough out
to put in a nevij slate of c-ffic: ■
ers, so last season's  aire ■ val-.
iantly tarrying on, for the time
being. They are President Gor* *
dy McCourt, Vice-president H.
Nelson,  acting secretary Irene
Tingley, Treasurer  Tom   Parish and convener Gladys Parish.
The club ended with very little money, but this is the way
it should bo as square dancing
is a nonprofit organization for
recreation and the bettermt-nt
pf the community. I would like
to add that it's fun too and
no headache the next day, just
pleasant memories. Our convener came through very well,
s<j> wc still eat regardless.
Guest square dancer for the
' evening  was  <3$yl<?  McConnel
Sechelt Volunteer Fire Brigade
~~llkTmWMh and      '"
PLEASE NOTE, Effective 12:01 a.m.
October 17, 1965 the telephone number
for Fire Alarm or Ambulance calls is
bejng changed to '
No. 2 Filial
Intention to apply to Department of Municipal
Affairs to fornvan Improvement'District for the
purpose of forming a Fire District, incorporating;
West Sechelt, Sechelt, West Porpoise Bay, East
Porpojse Bay, Sechelt Indian Reserve, Selma Park
and Wilson Creek as far as the Guide Camp.
Annual operative and capital expenditure will
be approximately $10,0007 Any objectors to this
formation may write to the Inspector of Municipalities, Victoria, within 30 days of the second publication of this notice,
Q. Jlall
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"�� ��, aT T"-^'S-^ ��^*tW >  be proven wany? time. aa��A it is P��^esf of?bro8h.^e^holeffor-J * call it *just* Wiled * tune- ,%an* >  all the more amazing because ^ severed * and EustaceJ who ��� with ; one^ shot and���'member  anybody knows a grizzly will ^d alight grip "on Ms musket A t^  jjenwally glgg^, when Wf.with Tfb^l^2s *��^ **<*&��eiB-in ** *$"**   >    . ���-.*_ ��_  anything  smaller than a   200 *ast as Jms .bullets- and, old1 iron.7 ,^'.4A?'rj" v r.^"> _"p*>77<  t .^uung   smauer^ man   a   .JW , ,        rf &A-.UV w^ijCt*___-^3-&ttsfi, TIMES   CLA_J5I_.|1___  Folks were stttl .talking about  this when .EdstacevFroop- came  in to the store *t Atnarko dragging his old Hudson's Bay Company musket left'to him by)his  father years ago. It'was a trade  mus&t^jnade long ,eriough to  cheat the Indians oulkfof tiieir  skins and h6avy enough" to convince them that weight meant  quality. ,  Well, Eustace sat,down and  listened to the talk around ithe  store until he heard about the  five grizzlies  with five shots/  and began to think of how it  was don��, because up until now,  hej bad never heard of a' repeating rifles Anyhow he listen-'  ecfsome more and decided ho;*d  bc��n a fool for ^only, firing once^  arid reloading his musket.' He  did  a  lot of heaVy^ thinking '   T '  a^out i how it wqs possible to  fire fiye" shots*, from- one. rifle  and theh decided he'd found the * '   r  answer, Welt/heW show1 them.^  F^ve bears .with five shots was  small stuff/ He'd _et ot least  '  riifte.      *- ,,  fi   ,   > A ,. f ,   k  /���There's'nothing to' it,"t< he t  told hims,elf. "All a manias*to  dd ,is think hard enough. That *  fellow just put five charges* inv/  his gUn and "fired them wtth a  fuse. Any foot con do that W'  I'll do It. By, gummy I'll round  Up* about nine and let them have  it."  {So, Eustace cut a piece of  fuse and nicked it every t\yo  inches, then he packed in nine  oj^tra heavy charges and a  couple extra for* good iheasure,  ahd went hunting for trouble.  Ho didn't Have far to look,  because grizzlies,��'bunch up" in  thp spring, and he found nine of  $7   r   1- rx   '     -A"       'A- i4   /,-   ,<        \( ^ \ j  rV7 Jfii^l^^n*^!!^^^  all interested andfor full details, contact;  ,>< of the $*=^hdt Rec^  I  ^ v t yy fy Ay. ,���>   r f- ?r$* y^ j ~ -   -  ^ ^  all interested and for full details, contact;  \ Doug Wiieeler at the Times office or any  Ii  member; of the Recreation Gommission.  ��� ( > i  Phone rSB&$&5m  K     A    '    " p**' f   A -   '" ., /��� i  -"       ^'  >   >..  fr-'^V.*-0-    <��� p  "-7   7  '* -A  .V '  f,  S*��  ( v       v i   t">  ~p  " ,  T        k  wtfih NEW Tora-HOw Diesel Engines!  NEW VS Gasoline Engines!  NEW 92 "Cab! rJEW models!      "  -,�� *rf *-<      f-* V,     '  ')       'I  . /B^S>'^^y^^^^ r V" ��      i*>     ,r    77      *    V  ��� -fW _��� \  ^S*2  GMCHandi-Van ,��,f,i  <-\' *��� J pl*_* -;  WEWTORO-FLOW  4-CYCLE DIESEL ENGINES  7  - Novv diesel operational savings and Jong life  %   a>e available for medium-duty applications.  ���   Toro-Flows give up to double the fuel mileage  ���m of,similar; gas-powered equipment,' without the        ������4 ,   t ^ ,  high initial cost usually associated with\diesels..  7(7" '., 7 * .  NEW GASOLINE ENGINES       7 /' :    V }   7 -7iL    >  j ��� FQr 1966, a new in-line 6, a new V8 and 4 new *' '/���.' C;,'  ;   V6 gasoline engines join the GMC line-up.  r*. *___ ��#^* _���__���        ���.���_-__... (    f    u  1   t    t  . i k-, Compact V6 block with short-stroke oversquaro  1      design cuts friction and heat loss to a minimum.   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A. ^4);  years, With thlswider .t^^lfc  model lineup, GMC is an ���' ,4^W  even better buy In '66,   .       *j^���������  ft pan  **���   *tt^* (h#*u-m<8W  ���MW^wli /f U   <m  TIUTKS  ilitlfiiiaiifiiiii  iJMC'�� all n��w OJ'conv��ntlon��l o��l>(  ���   A OHNBRAU MOTOR6 VAL.OS  QtgfrQNlGlr  Onm.-Mwwuwi  Phono 805*2111  Oi iuri 10 watch -"Tiloicop-*". "Th�� Fusltlvi" ���nd "Th�� R��d SMIlon* Ho��t" now -showing en lelevisioi.. Check lof��l linings for tlnn and channd ���  AUTHORIZED GMC TRUCK DEALER IN SECHELT: ���   . ,  PENINSULA MOTOR PRODUCTS (1957) LTD.  ��� ��� ���        \  Socholt', D.C  p  mm w��mmmmmmmmm t v  i    '  5' "        ��� ������������������������.���:   'VI-       ���       - .'������-���    ������ ������������. ���-, {"  i   i -11  j*  .1  4  *.,  7<  4   -  ' "3  I'  ;!  I  :i  St'  *������  4  '.  n  *���(  fi.  '.I.  If  k  ic  Page 8     Sechelt Peninsulo Times  *���'' ~\ytfi~"-yi"'  ���*. Si   ��_ ** v- V&-!-- .  A^ifi^ii^Am,  \   -v*!**    ,   *\_rri5\***-      V.W _ ^jti- i-.p^j (pp  ' ���afi'1}  '        -ClVi   _*,,.__!������ t    .      J.   _*.    .. I .1        '    1      ^ ���/�����     (*   i  77 f  ���fpi. *-     -       I'M*  w  ^^;.7  t "1  ^ ^* * <v J   !^v.7i^7  .-v.*--.}  7^7'iu J'-''"  ' \yr   i      '\__i/   1 lr^wv "  i '   J "v*-   '    p.     '     " -pj        *, - s.-        j.     -���   ^     .*(  A*- pc  BUSINESS DIRECTOR  ���-\v7^  VM  *��.,��_.������-  *>vj>,7' " 'V'* **-  7>7VJ "7'  < rtf *  JP.7  *?  < >  777^7'7  7 '%zyaAH  KV*  /���*���-.. ,   Residents7pe*ition .    i        t,     ;   ,�� ���       J"-  PROPOSAL to form'a, fire* district for the Pender Har-, CommunitV ASSOC. -  bour area by the volunteer, fire service naturally en-' g^rUvihr aadn^a:>  countered".'some disapproval, however, many appeciate   ��*����v��jr- uywiuu 4  the need and have willingly signed A petition. Early on   art seminar       ��� ,v *-v *  the list is Markel Myers, right, .-TreXhief HaroldClay,    "Mr.�� Hunt ofv the; Vafi^uver  centre, and Secretary Archie Scott, look on approvingly.' S(^9?} ��* Art will conauct a  As witli'othef districts, #e membershavebeeU.foiice^to"  one.da/ Seminar ^-November  raise operatingvfundsf by means of canva&s -im& numerous projects, which is" by no means, a. satisfactory Isitua-  tion. j '      -t   '���?.  _  Airport News and Visits   ir f* <    J*  T       -a, _ ...*-.    ���by G. Von de Meeberg  THERE is news to report from th�� airport this week.  It is very disheartening news though. The airport  management committee held"& meeting last week and  decided to provide more parking area.  This is needed  but what _a  shock it was to see a bulldozer  making a second parking area  away from all other facilities-  halfway down the runway!  The decision was probably  made on the advice of the aero  club members, who thought  that another plan for enlarging  the existing parking facilities  would be too costly.     ' -  At the same meeting it was  decided to spend a' considerable amount of money for*an  administratipn building���something we don't need'Tyet, as  there is . nothing, to; administ*.  rate.      , ' ,       (  This building had been lobbied for-, by, a 'feyr;other ,club"V  at Pprt VMellon CommunityJffaBL_  He has,expressed a willingiTess  to demonstrate and instruct in  a number of'art forms from  oil* and water painting to ceramics, mosaics and sculpture.  Charge for the Seminar, to be  held on a Saturday, will be $3.  for'members and $1.00 for high  school students. 'Anyone interested in participating should  contact Jack Willis or Mrs. G.  Booth,  BADMINTON  Badminton to be played Mondays at 8:00 p.m. in the Com  munity Hall.  -���*��� -.#��? ? \rm  --^p-ac*  ��.*  ding is to be, erected by volunteer club members. Unfortunately most of the other volunteer   projects   on   the 7 airport  members.* It, was. thought *��� to  put m flush, toilet?,.and some, can ^    mi seek adyi    f  ,comforta?ble furmture, The biul*    professional people?    ,  The Dept. of Transport have  capable people on their staff,  being paid out,of, our taxes,  i I am sure we can seek their  aid with no',expen(?e to the villages at all.  .  . Taxpayers who have an in*  , terept and ,;wl8h to Juww how'  their money is spent, should let  the committee members know  what they think and give.theirt  some direction. After all they  ' undertook the job of representing the people, ��� ! '  have never been completed.  Flush toilets would  mean a  water    pressure    system���the- MASQUERADE DANCE  well   went   dry   three   wteeks       October 30, 1965. Music from  ago.  For  a  pump   we  would    the new h|gh fidelity system,  have to( have the diesel j>lant -  running .continually;*.' op put 'an. ,t  automatic demand ^starting'" re-, V  lay  on- it.  Or build a .water  tower and pump, water .'up when  the plant is running. ''  Or best yet, get a powerline  in, for which there is not sufficient funds right nowi Just vhat<  is wrong ��� with planning an or* ;  derly development?)    '       '  i 'If; the' airport   management  cqinmittee   does   not .want' to  ,  spend the time, or do not feel1  capable* of "this "planning, "tyhy 7  \ti % >% SW^toSON LTD.,  -,s i-'ALf vfWd    *       Y V*  l VSeptic Tanks ond>Drain Field*.  "..,.., Backhoe and Front End  *-. Z^ -'0;;Loader,WorfcV ^y  y  -1' , Screened Ceirnen�� Grovel  Jlljcind Road Gravel -���   7  p" v   j*j ^.j.-*-"       p pp .  ^ Phone 885-9666        '  7BMT72iS-*:helt<  " I  Marine Supplies Senriee  ���3ARDEN BAY>  BOATWORKS  -" A COMPLETE'LINE OF  , -    -i 7 BOAT REPAIRS   -    -  ^���** ^        ��� ���> **���  1/     7, Garden Bay, B.C.    7    -  y.'.A'l Phone 883-2366    '  ��� t    K.*A | "^ * '  -J-  ,      SCOWS    mmml    LOflS  SECHELT TOWING  & SALVAGE LTD.  - Heavy' EquipWent Moving  '  "& Log Towing  f    h. HIGGS  Phone 885-9425  Phone 885-2062  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Electrical Contractors  Appliances - Electric Heot  -    Phone 885-2062.  TREE FALLING  TOPPING OR REMOVING  LOWER LIMBS FOR VIEW.  Insured work from Port Mellon  to Pender Harbour  PV SERVICES LTD.  Morven Volen 886-9946  Digby Porter 886-9615  f-777^7 -* ?I7C7'7'" .  'S77- 77 *. v y*�� -"- 7  *\eAf%A  y        i  j- *��* *  '-���**"t.1  7   ; TINGLEYS  :" i jttHVHii4t,  SALES ond SERVICE,.  for all vyj)Uf7beQting7l7_. **>'.yi.Z  ;reqLiirements y i:  ,77/'A ��.''  \ % A  A     "p  "*^J'    !'v -v*. ,t7i.  requ  4 Oil Co.'s Finance (rPlans  "���'h  <r* ,"  C' E. (Col). Tingley^ ,  Box Nq. 417, Sechelt7  885-9636 ��� 885-9332 7;  ELECTRA-CLEAN   "V  .- Upholstery ^leaning'   ,  Corpets - Furniture -'  i ' -   Ruoy ;,^\>*  ffor���appointment,    _  Phone 886-9890   ,  Frank E. Decker    *  OPTOMETRIST  Bql 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  NICK'S .ELECTRIC  Pender Harbour  For oil your wiring needs  Commercial - Residential -  Industrial  Phone 883-2516  R.R. 1. Madeira Park  I     11    Lv f pf  i-*   * 'I.  J.   ^  mmtKmWlwMiioimm  ! 1  V  ���������atT1ltrflW<l<tf^flM("a*fWW3_<j  MWs^HWLlwTtfs?  NEED A CAR?  NEW or USED  TRY        ,  Peninsula  Motor Prod.  SECHELT, B.C.  Ph. 805-2111 - T_d Forow.ll  By the time a mail finds  greener pastures, he can't  climb thc fence. '  w  ., *�� , .wm. u  P..,^*p���M. MW  <m  ,1  Alt.  'f7  7!***j'l\\J&A< P��M���� .m^tinfl(iot which  tho public ia cordially Inyifed to di_<;u^  the propoiod firo district.  n��>\t�� ** ��*i*>f��  You aro urged to attend this informative  meeting Wednesday, October 13th In the  Fire H��H# Socholt, 7,30 p.m.  GIANT CAPACITY FREEZERS  ZENITH 28 CU. FT.  New thlnwall from insulation Ql'ves V��" 0 ^**"  28 cu, ft, inside with some outside dimensions  as a standard '217 Compare these other  features:  ��� Fully  adjustable  cold  control,  ��� 3 basket* and 1 divider.  ��� 90-lb, fatt-freexe compartment,  ��� Lid lock, safety tlgnal light,  ��� 5-yr, food spoilage warranty.  ZENITH 21 CU. FT.  Best buy for smaller families needing less capacity. Heavy fiberglass Insulation In non-sweating cabinet, Fully adjustable cold control plus:  ��� 90-lb, fatt-freexa compartment,  ��� Lid lock with 2 keys.  ��� Flexible iur��-i����l |id.  ��� Two baskets ond 1 divider.  ��� S-yr. food spoilogo warranty.  11     p|j h^t( h* 'm ti-*UiB��iite����-��il4 Wl <totan����t��*��tt -��** s ��  MIXING BOWL SET      ,  Oura*white opaque glass, hcatr  proof dnd easily cleaned, One  each of tho most useful slice*������  6-|nch, 7'lnch and 8-lpch,  . Compare  up to 1-60 ������.  2O  COCOA MAT  Uong*wear|ng and sturdy, the  all-time favorite for winter  track-In tlmo. Generous 16*' x  27" slxe, well bound, Real  saving |.  Compare  ujpto 1.98  Io5;P  CAR HEATER CORD      \  Weather-resistant covered cord  with 3*woy cubo top end, 6-ft.  long, Priced to save y6u morel  Reg. 79e  Value   \%K  U'CORD-A.abov.  Reg,   1.29 value....  -.JMWMW-Wl-i'W* +*   f#J��  <t *B-Si **HWWW>-1 ��i��-Sti��B�� Jk  ��M  I^K^4^��^b^^wd(H^iUiMli^fcK^MM4j��ftMMI*>^W"t WiM*^il4ft/��*i-iJ.iWtWi����I*��jJ��rtJ4fc#i H&�� ��  PARKER'S HARDWARE LTD.  GIBSONS HARDWARE LTD.  885-2171  Sccholt, B.C.  886-2442  Gibiont, B.C.  Ske Our Flyer For Many More Terrific Bargains!  ./.  ��,.      ��MI    |l't*��P^*PlP'f>SP,'^��P<PtJl  yAWn  ,1 uf,'j"pt' '.;>��� y��v;7.tiJ\^>~vswHMw7*'\^ t*,****",!  , p .���i  n ... , . 1    p* p. ^' < *     ,.   ,    p, .,  ,,.,1,1    il,",��'t ', ,.��!....>.. v.   ..p.. t,,ft.   li....,,   I.. 1 *.,.., /I   ii t. in ,.����', ([..TiH   '  ���      11   '    ��� 1      ' I  "I i',,.!; .'���"���"     .'."'J-mM!'.!! '.   '  , 1   ,      7 "' =-    \?  i ���* ���*,'"*'    \_i ."^ - -i ^4, pM* **s*5   *&*���-_  . .t     ���   - ���  Al  <* W^,��itiw*��^*_"iWaiUh.*^iri^* | *#���* ���!* na ���**)** S*m����*t*y  I * 4  Not too longago, small logs, imwmill cutting* ana veneer    Waste not, want not. This old-fashioned policy pays hand*  .1 dippings had little value in the forest industry. Then,    somely in two ways. Right now, it ensures that every aero  wejearnedh'ow to'tunrthis Waste into* Valuable products:^ of forest wiU yield itsfull quota of pawlM^d^sl^Hty;  Toq>y, as pulp, newsprint, paper, cartons, Presto-logs and But equally important, by using this former waste, we'ro  panel board, this material is now of great value to world preserving essential timber resources for future gener*  markets. And in turn, to the people of British Columbia,    ations of Canadians. For your children and their children.  MaqMDXAN, BLOEDEL AND POWE^  ���*-**_), ttiw-irtr.*, 4*#**H *   **��** tf#W wlty-f  S a��V��  ^'��.  *% *i  J in  ���I   I  v si  ���..!#. .,+.....,*.,���.  ..,*,,.���,... ,,.s**..M"*.p..ww.,'*'|.-^��,t.*^M.L**'P. 4^^^  ��� ,.   itt"   IH.*,***-!.!'," '  ���     (  _���    ..   '  ;  7- ��� /���' i  rfeloV Sectelt Peniwula Times    Wed., Oct. 13; 1W5  Nlate*|/-��m, Pender  V,  . t  I   i  V  ���A  p i1  >t  ���,...  ���  _  ���I  i  M  -I  /-  Guide leaders  discuss evenls  'l__ANY7*. forthcomings  events   by, Lorill- Kilborn      were discussed^ at  the" last  *..-,,,..*-. - meeting^ -tH7S��^��^<lirin>.  WAITERS; pf Garden Bay bubbled, and churned' when   Associationvheld.in th^ hojae of r  ' c JTyS-findiv^ simultaneously as- the - Mrs^j*ura{.-Potts-> }   >, i.At~  Pender^Harfeoiirwmeet of^ the- Pacific Underwater Goun���    Thirteen- members^ pres^rtj^-  cil began at 11 a.m., October 3. listened with interest to t>ist��  Sponsored by the^ Vancouver    ���~ 7    net Commissioner.   Mrs.  Har-  -elubsT-under���the���directioa���of���lady-is-a-divorcee:  Competitive   Chairman   Norm  Stavenes, the four-hour meet  was the second annual competition to be held in Pender Harbour.  Working in teams of three,  for male contestants, and teams  of two for female contestants,  divers were allowed three ling  cod per man, and 15 round fish.  rietHPfewtonV-talfinotTlier fe-  cent visit to the Commissioner's  Conference held^im Kelowna 1  The    Sunshine,   Coasts Div--  ision's Annual Meeting, will te *  You use her given name!  I might add that any reader  noting the frequent use of Mrs.  Her Name on these pages, is  not to jump to the conclusion held*..at -Gamp^Qlave, .Wilson.,  that the Sunshine Coast is teem- Creek, October 22 and 23V BJae  ing with lonely ladies. - Many- and brown training: members  happily married ladies,: justly -fromr four guide districts will  proud of their esteemed hus- be present���Ttexada, Powell Ribands, like to be recognized as- verv Sechelt- and- Gibsons. ��� , -.  Minimum weight, on cod, was individuals in their own- right; - Sectelt- Guides, are- planning'  five pounds, and on round fish, not just as an appendager to * a Halloween.Party out October  three pounds. No scuba gear their'beloved spouses. Hdw* long 30. at< ther Guide* Camp if* wea��  was  allowed,  and all  catches    would men stand for being com-   ther permits:  pelted, at every turn, to designate their marital status,- pres*  ent and past? Now I grant you,  tbere would be. a few obstacles  to consider, but it-does open a  new field of thought, doesn't it?  were made in free diving.  Largest fish caught in the  meet was a 37->_-pound cod,  brought in by Gary Keffler of  tbe Puget Sound Mud Sharks.  Winning teams were:  Men���First:   Puget   Sound'  Mud  Sharks   of  Seattle,   total-  weight 301 lbs.; second, Puget  Sound Mud Sharks, weight* 196  lbs.; third, Alberni VaIl<_vSkLn  J)ivers, weight 185 lbs.  r "Ladtes-iFirst:   Grapplers   of  Seattle, weight 39 lbs; second,  Sea   Horses   Depth   Chargers,  weight 32% pounds.  Divers came, from Portland,. .  Seattle, Vancouver, Victoria,  Nanaimo, Alberni. and Vancouver. The Pender Harbour meet  is one of ten meets held annually throughout the Pacific  northwest.  CENTENNIAL MEET  Pender Harbour Centennial  Committee has called for a general meeting on October 17 at 8  p.m., in the Legion Hall. Original project of park development, chosen some time ago,  has met with disfavor of the  committee, because the piece  of land available is thought to  be too small to be really practical. The committee wishes to  present its findings; to' put  forth suggestions for another  project, anil ��� to " hear. .opinions  from the floor. , ~y  , _ A project must be presented  to Victoria for approval before  January. _.  NO DIVISION  '"- Hurray for Sweden! This progressive country has/added another first. No longer,will Swedish women be-publicly pegged  and - "categorized according /to  their, marital status. Recent' announcement says that henceforth all Swedish women will,  bo addressed as "Missus.", The  reasoning being that the marital status of men Is not auto?  ; maticplly designate d^ why  should that of women. J>e differentiated. No doubt the reputedly high illegitimacy rate in Sweden has a bearing.on that deci-  . sion, it being a solution that  will    eliminate    needless   cm-  1 Wrassment   for   adult   and  child,   ^g  ' Tho more one considers the  Idea, tho better it seems. How  often do you see mention in  any news article that "he was  an elderly bachelor?" Yet it is  almost invariably noted when  the person was an "elderly  spinster." Why7 In this country we not only differentiate  between the married and single,  but wo havo;' ft; ��� sty", way * of, liv i  dlcating   whether   or   not  the  Brownie, and��guides uniforms,  are- badly, needed for. the'2nd;  Sechelt, Pack? at*, the Resident*'  ial* School:* Anyone having, uni-.  forms for. sale,* please*contact"  Mrs. Charlotte Jackson; <  RSVP: Rent Swallowtail. Vest  and* Pants,  Lunatic fringe:  Beafte haircut. ���      - <   *  C  ANI.(HIM��_fiEM?  ,     N-riw Reason*  Large Herring  p  Smoked  At 3nmm- Wftsff;  In stores soon.  ttupHlpK-pa-ViW-  Bew Chevy Beatles  lip to 48,000 lbs. CTCW  op to 06,000 lbs, GCW  How Uwa'a a gnat saw Una  d<a��woWtrMlo$fca 70030-84  wm tufa win WW rattega  bM if\ tar itor&^^tft&ssT*;,,  wvmti mM -vMmhl ,..:.-.  en. tn. Dtatel ��n4 this Men. la.  wtaAtimt'mClmnUf*,  Umm tftpea-abUlty built rtgbt tal  M<WB  few low-cost Torq-Flow  4-eyeledleseIs  lor true economy!  lira great now .*��ielaClwtwl��t   \  Dtoola pat tba accent on tavlngaaa  Mf��l��laf#._owjBntco��tweOTen  >par tavastamttyplcMri Ww  funnies costs and low faalnttnaaea  lew engines  lew trsnunlsslons  Ch��f| baa a power plant to mil  atari lob wqotMnwnt ta eacb walgbt  elaai-M anglnaa, It ot tb*m brand  pew for '69. Tlwo'i Mff venatiUty,  MwbJ4*loft4i��apa^flMi.wlU��i .>  botii gua&4 JMasal anglnaa, And,  (l.w^��^4***&*��*&'  ������Li. mllmimm!jL*JLmmm .uJ^Za        ol tnmamtaUmraw-ftoBV '  lU��   ItH f  "r  2Q8-connt 'om-268  models!  Ptor*>what'iMw:blgg��reiiglMia, ]  mora ongtaoa-biggor trueka,moro  trodt^Mgfc capacity tramaa  a-4a_l99, etU*a4|��itUig brakea oa  jse��t'��g-A'��^m��ilj^^  fUm\ raorol Check tho long atnmg    *  U��aol<Jb��fwl��tWoik^w����        7  '' ,,  < Iron me4hu&-4nty nrand-tbo-etty  wwkt�� long lilgjbway batda.  3*fp��wlflm��Iiro*ISefhlol8rip��o4(  gpkar.., automatic, tool'  'fflEimaiMW  %  Phooa foor Chonolot Dealer about any typo ol truck you want  Clioyy^bnUtlor  Mggor tilings ln'60!  AUTHORIZED CHEVROLET TRUCK DEALER IN SECHELT:-  PENINSULA MOTOR PRODUCTS (1957) LTD.  Phon. 005-2111  Be sure to see Bonanza on thte CBC-TV network each .Sunday. Check your local listing for channel and tlmo,  Secholr, D,C.  'iA  ^kn^i,*��^4|t|HMfM WHt ��i#tJp.^t��i*i  .(^j1*,!.!-**���!* _^-��**H�� fk i-thel ���  I  *"4wZ^*l-^**-rf*>l#t*^ ^MfHrtWr*1'* >  ��� ���.���h*.*  w-*-iw--rt"i**r**��*^"*^'���*^��Mm��wlt*^ *"***"  1>!��(*.^ *.��nl    -*t*'*i     ttnoAA u     -    \hn  7/iS   n*  ���'-*��t' .   - *��� *      '  , '-I     l^<(V \  1     I-  f.r.rrt  .,,ii,,. ���      ^���,.a^'l^.Va!^-^.^-ipp����M5^����*��7Svt*,  w   v  ,1 Vi.  7  7  T7*  v* '*���  Hi f  ��� ^  **. /  5?$.   Wed., Oct? ,13^1965 . t SpcKefr PeliinsuN Times i Po9e 11  _   7-1   ��*r^ vi '     V yy���"- ,��   r-��     ��, "*^.ms ���   f*>  *>    i ���* , ,V-''      V      1 ���  i  mumiiijr/u//Mmiu//��miiM/i//if//miM/iiiufiu/m&  '   SU7V 7__i^^ 7 7   j, Vv*   ,v"nt --&  #i   *   _:____ N-       ��  88        --       �� _ A  . . - T-     i.      A _ -       #   5  _"* 1     t f 5* -��� -1   �� J1  ,7  Will start beginners squore dance classes 7     S  *,    _.  _..  ^  1  f  .SMC*/  at 7:30 p.m. in the Hopkins Hall.  Saturday/ OcfobW 16,^965,^^  The Squaranaders will be dancing later, the same  'S~5"  evening of 8:30 p.m. .. r s  yf/iffMIWWfffW/MMfMf/f/IMfI/MIfMf//I/MI/mi  *-��� j*  !^5  I1  Enrolment night , . .   , .    , .  ** linn     n niln   forioril    ci_f*nHin��*i   i  MANY HUSBMD.and^wife teams have*already joined 'Snt^d"to'$725"miittonrThus, 3  the Baszc Piloting, Course being held in Sechelt ,and ^e fafference in b.c.'s favour,  with the. changing of the night from Thursday to Tues- amounted to $83 million in that  day at 7:30 p.m. more^people have indicated their, inten- .year."- '   -  tiori to enrol. Instructor is Capt. Sam Dawe who is freely     pointing . out   that   federal  donating his time so that others may, benefit from his spending was up, Davis said  vast experience in navigation. Instructors from the Van- that7the   im^ difference - inv  couver Power Squadron will also make frequent' visits. B.c/s favor would exceed $100'  Pictured here enrolling for the course are, from left, million. Federal tax collections  Mrs. P, Gross, O.Cargyle, C. Connor, Mrs. E. Paetkau, tor 1964 totalled about $750 mil-  Mrs. J. De Kleer, C. Salahub, B. Lang, J. DeKleer, Bert lion-while federal spending in -  Scott, program chairman, Vancouver Power Squadron; BC- a-���imted to $850 or $900  Capt. Sam Dawe, J. Hind Smith, A. Sim, and Ray Chamberlin, assistant secretary-treasurer.  False statement  million in the same year.  Davis continued, "This was  made up of pay and allowances to federal employees, tax  adjustments to the province,  pensions, unemployment insurance, student aid, family al-"  lowa^nces, road and ship building contracts and research  grants." ���",   " ,  "This $100 million 'bonus' is  the - equivalent   of   a   double  "CONFEDERATION pays British Columbians an annual   home-owner grant-not just to  dividend of more than '$100 million," according to   homeowners���but to every one  Jack Davis, Liberal candidate for re-election in Coast   o�� ** more than 500,000 fern-  ^; Anmklztisfot Voters;;'  �� 7 Not;ce"is hereby, given'that a. Court of Revision  will sit at the, Municipal Hall;' Secheft, on vthe first  'day of November next frornTthe nour of ten o'clock  until the hour of twelve o'clock in the "morning,, for'  the purpose of hearing and determining any application on the part of any person to be added to the list,  . of Voters, and remoye any names incorrectly placed  thereon.     ���',"', *,     -   ,    7 "'    .  -  -A " ' - - /', %  The list of Voters as corrected and revised by theT  Court of Revision shall be that used at the Annual]  Municipal Election to be held in the month of, December 1965.      * *        *..-"*.;,  , ' , '   "      5        E. T. RAYNER;-Clerk  " '.      885-2288 , ,       '    Z - * '  Davis denies claims  Ottawa bleeding B.C.  Capilano  Speaking at an all-candidate  meeting at Caulfield School in  West Vancouver, 'Davis took issue with recent statements by  Premier Bennett that 'Ottawa  is bleeding B.C, white* by col  within B.C.  "It is a matter of public record in the House of Commons", Davis said, "that Federal spending far outstrips col  lections in B.C. For instance  lecting more in taxes than it Jn .fiscal 1962, tax from B.C.  pays out ingrahte'and^roject^ ^s^r^s-amountco^to ��642 mil-  Wilson Creek notes  ;; -���By Mabel Wagman  THEsFIRST'pot luck supper of the season turned out  , a. success both financially and socially, bringing  people from surrounding areas together, with an excellent selection of varied casserole dishes, salads and meat  dishes to choose from.      - . :   ilies-in B.C./' he added.  Davis, parliamentary secretary to Prime Minister Pear-'  son, said that- Ontario is the  only province that does not receive more in federal spending  than it contributes in taxation.  Quebec -works out about even,  and allf.other provinces 'enjoy  a bonus similar to that in B.C.  USE   TIMES   CLASSIFIED  Order of DeMolay  Mount Elphinstone Chapter  The public is cordially invited to attend the  PUBLIC/INSTALLATION  of -    ,     -   -  Master Councillor Elect  JAMES) MANDELKAU  , and his officers  THE AAASONIC HALL, ROBERTS CREEK  V Ir.    -    'f OCTOBER 16, 1965  8:00 p.m.  K&-  , The tables were well displayed and a thanks of appreciation goes out, to all those  who ��ut forth their time and ef-  fort~ln preparing tho food and  helped ln arranging the.affair.  HOLIDAY IN ONTARIO  Mrs. Charlotte A. Jackson  has recently arrived homo from  a thrcc-wcck holiday In Toronto  and Brantford, visiting relations.  ANNUAL, HOLIDAY  Mr. And Mrs. Harold Roberta  have left for their annual winter holiday in Desert Hot  Springs. The best of holiday un*  til we sec you again next  spring. ?  RECENT VISITORS,  Mr. and Mrs. Terry Jackson  of Nanaimo were recent victors to tyrs, Dorothy Erickson  nnd Mrs, C, A. Jackson. Both  visitors are active members of  .the. Nanaimo Golf and Country  Club. Hope Jo ,play here in tho  " hear future. ���  Notice to Locker Owners  Effective October 18 tor the balance of  the Winter the following business hours  will be In force;  Tuesday and Thursday  Open t p;m; to 5:30 p.m,  Saturday  Open 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Closed for remainder of week,  TYEE PRODUCTS LTD.  Secholt, B.C. *- Phono 885-2012  I  Ii*  One* aaaln. tho Government of Canada la offorfna this apeeM Incentive.to Increas*  winter omplcSmwnt by oncouroalno tho construction of Wlnter-Bullt housen. Any  houao certified "Wlntor*BulK" by Fodorol govornment Inepoctlon will earn you a  9 500.00 robnto.  HERE'S HOW YOU QUALIFY    HERE'S WHAT YOU DO  ��� You can build your own homo You con pick up a pomphlot containing full  VYouVan'hovo n'b-llt'tor you "*"" *"" dowlls; and WQlstratlon forms at yoMrNa.^nol  1 ��� You enn buy ono randy* built  ��� It can bo a plnolo dwelling or multlplo structure of not moro than four units (ooch unit  qualities for tho 4600 IncontWo),  ��� Work must not proceed beyond tho first door  Joist stage beforo Novombor 16, ond tho  homo must bo comploted before April 15,  1066, except for outsldo painting and ��lto  Improvement,  Employment OHIco, ony Central Mortgoao arid  Housing Corporation otlico,or In post offiqoa  where thoro nro no N.E.S, or C.M.H.C. offlco*.  Or, your builder con do this for you. You'll bo  In your new homo by Spring.,, save rant,.,  mako yourself 0500.00.  r  pi  I "I  i!  %y  -30  t'i  II  ���Sfir  f'A  _'  W'-  7  ft? r i  ��"  ���Xv  DQlTNOWlHm your home Wintor-Builtl  ImuWI t>y autlioilty ol Hon. Allan J. MnoEachon, Mlnliwr ot Ubovir, C��n��da,  WlfflRMS  I'  ��� ��� ���  w.  .. w*v-��.  I'p  ct i '  M\ i ',  'If'  ���!''. t\  ���'������"t  I  artb; kr*> lm$&nt.y f**i nfr-' ^ -^*,Hm^fc^s,Wp!i*  I, )...(!     I  t:i ww ���)�����. m.  tl,'  7.e7u:7-  * -M'  11'  1  M* (*��  Pl^-����*  Page 12     Sechelt Peninsula Times     Wed. Oct. 13; 1965  *^_._L    Ll   .J". ... *. .       _.     _       --._..__.__.___ .S__��-_ *     -. -    ��     *��� ���.    -��� -      -" *��� ���     --���������������       . , ....     ��� -   ' ���   f        ������__������..        -    p,  '<#::<mL^-qfd. ^  rifles; notSbows and-arrows:  *; After dropping our  automa*'  "tics' (held" by i a' landyard 'rounds   - ���r ���..,, -,.��,������is��� ���������    the* neck)/'-we" -grasped- our  -   ..' \ A-   ��� ���rByJ.-S. BroWttiB^'i_vw>r^lsr andZcharged^the-Urna*  WEITRY W "ge^with'it/* "by-appireciating modern mu-- kgta^?r ��� enemy'"wli0 % ^V  sic. The "        ~ " "  of the5 body-anrj  a h&f* century  I  guess- we  Mind you, the undulatiotts^ at,   is, Ave/groomed1* vigorously*   nots'done" much about getting  the stomach\which-we-saw--in ( while the NCt^and'officer* were    off*witb your bilingualism'}' * -J  a,discothequeo^Caadid^ganl., ^nnMng^n^ftyy-��nrt^��>.,ntti However'alTptmsnrenTTiorsuifr  ^rar^-for-iHstance,. must<* be -?* against the horsed-when* they-   abte ��� training ~for trench1 war-  Very, good*for the digestive sys-   'were not;   -  tem, and guite eliminates*, ther-    ��� v / " _.   .   ���     A  necessity for laxatives, because"^   ^e practised sword* exercise  it resembles ^rolling.the aVSta-" *��� a��<*pursuingfttacf-cs<aTidcharg-1  Em.-  minal wall" which-- <toetorS>used  to recommend. But*thU-Spasmo-'  die jerldngs-of arms, and >legs-*  resembles the final-agonies of  some nervous disorder.-.  Perhaps my musical education is to blame. It began in  the band of our school cadet  corps.  I  played*" the' cymbols.  This brought promotion to the  kettledrum, thence by force majeure to the big drum: People"  said? "Hie thing-to* do is join-  the band. You1 miss a* lot" of  drill i and don't have to carry a  gun -around wherever you^ go."  Onr one occasion" I lost the  cymbols. Anyone who lost' the  cymbols .can^ hardly be expected to keep'track of his spectacles���I tell my wife. Tbe ser- ���  geant-major reported  the loss  and my name to the captain of  the cadet corps..AU^eyes tumped on me, and brother,-was I  embarrassed.   I   felt .like   the ,  guardsman who dropped" it (his  !     , Heller there! ^ *nd als0**erttt\|5u?-.  -DIRECT Distance  Dialling-it's child's  play,"   says   �� *��$S��%J^^  ��.   ^_ _ ���^ *jWhat,"   says  the ,conductor,    *;,  ���'you cannot have!-.Pst*Jt."77*-' A  "Cannot'have lost it", Indeed;'1' ",  says the bandsmai^."why-man,v-' '  I've-lost the. big;dn��n>;That's17  how. I- felt but being^sober, felt ^i  humiliated. ,7,' -"' 7    ' ������   .   :  We   usedt to .m'aircl.--.milesV- ;  through the Sussex7eountryside,-   '  taking part-in field, days; For   \  lunch; we ,hadj. pork *pies7and ,.v  stone. gingerbei?r/7.f)^ thevinarch u7t  home our appearance was any*V   ���  thing but martial,, many .being  doubled* up with fstomach ache. ���,  Pork pies and'stone jginger are  ,���_,_.,    i," - - a gassy mixture. Being a drum  TWaiT-FORMER Gibsons and Sechelt telephone opera*-am_ fife. combination we were a  ,',    tors have spent a week in Gibsons, Sechelt, Pender ���   wind band in more"senses of- the��� .  Harbour and Port' Mellon instructing,, businessmen' in  -word thanone.    ���>-.*,.  the use of, and explaining the advantages'of* using;, the  Direct Distance Dialing service which B.C. Telephone  ,Coippany��� will inaugurate in these four communities  October 17  ed an" imaginary enemy >vbilst  losing'off eight rounds ?of our;  ,.CoH> automatics over our hor-v  ^e$V" heads?" to' the* utter1'*po��**"  sternatton of our long-sufferings  quadrupeds. , Many   of   whom  Had-ranged the bounding prai*  fare. But* we gott.by all'right, <  after-joining-$n qld< contfetrtpti;  ib^-battaUon'<of'the'BritiSli/aiV  my,\The^firstnim*j��in tbe'Une*  was*inv front 5of Fricourtf 3fo  yard&froirt the Germans, witlt-  in^bbmb-thrOwing.^ ranged ^ *'  We did -i not throw any bombs  at them v because - they v would -  have reciprocated/Live and let*  _*..-._*   ...U��_��   .._..-'   ___ -*.__._*-    _lyvl��2  ries up until three weeks' pre- ' liver wherr- youJ are vthat close.  viouSly and- never heard any - We seemed* to have wandefed  noise louder than1 a chirruping   ^ long way from modern music.  gopher or howling coyote���and'  of course'thunder storms.  Those of? our-steeds who had  pulled * a milki wagon or farn.-  er's buggy* did not- mind' ourv  banging automatics" so much.  TheyJ were'accustomed to back  firing Model T Fords���yes- there-  were ^ cars in those days, even  airplanes and we were issued  "Cabbages and Kings/'  a > variety-of subjects;  means  Chiropractic Office*  A MONDAV-'THUftSDAV  71678 Morine Drive - Gibsons  -   Phone'8864843.  checks the DDD instruction book to make" sure they  are-following*correct:procedure: The twins.are the sons  of lilr. and Mrs. Ray Clarke of Sechelt and with two energetic youngsters such as these* Mrs. Clarke is glad that  theHMily person they, want to 'phone is Dad when he is-  at work, not too far distant:  Jkssist businesses  ��_f_ffi��F' 1  I  n  i \  S  h  Ji  f A  f  *> - -  .1 ,ip       Fi  '  The telephone company representatives   are   Miss   Lottie  Kennedy    and    Mrs.    Norman  Burley who were chief operators for the company; in "Gib-  sons and Sechelt, 'respectively, ���  at the time of the conversion'  of the two nyanual exchanges <'  to   dial   service   nearly1' five,  years ago.  , Miss Kennedy Is now a service representative with the  telephone company in North  ���Vancouver, while-*Mrs, Burley  " is a full-time housewife,'in Sechelt. '  The DDD instructional ������team 1  will begin their* educational /  program October 4. It will*in-'/  elude demonstrations of DDD  calls to preselected telephones,  , The telephone company Js also issuing. DDD instruction  booklets to all telephone users  "' jh ' Gibsons,   Sechelt,   Pender  Harbour and Port Mellon. .  ��..;���; The,, total, number of' tele*'  phones (wh*ch.will 1 havc.access 1  to1 the DDD service beginning  one minute after midnight, Oc*  '   Jobcr 17, will b6*3093, The num-i*  ber of ^telephones by exchanges  is Gibsons;. 1535;. Sechelt; 94T;  f Pender Harbour,' 418; and 1 Port  Mellon, 193.  .,T  However the art of war is not -  learned .through the clashing-of  cymbols or bangingl'of drums.  Moreover, 10 'mofthire--in-' the-  Canadian Cavalry, did^not. add  to - one's* knowledge of infantry  tactics.  We learned^to groom our. horses * for  three-quarters   of/an  CAR & TRUCK TiRfCEMTRI  Let us supply a8B your Tire  .    ��� -., requli'e.i.Qnls^  Quality ~�� Service* -- Economy   '  _- *���"���*  Ai  GIBSONS i^l SER VICE  Phono 886-2572  \mummtmmmmutue9m��9mitiua��iti��imm^im  V  r.  PfS^^SMffiSftg  Far EasyHudget Teams  Use Your -8HECI.:!CIKDir COT��  or Apply.: for* A Baiiki Loanr>  i'  ;i j ,->.'  'M^mt^yS^m-''  Mr. / *Om*prf -Lopitrc  ANNOUNCES  ','    MrfrArnNfaif-fcfard  -.tftrn n^r*J��l*��<!-**>ar-    '  '  Shift of*l*ptH��miA    '  HolfStfthtt.'-  Phono 085-9525  1 ii  (V**ittWi M-ns-i^***^  H2C-S-9C  Call ZEW1TH numbers to  distance  without paying a cent  People often ask us,what a ZENITH number is.  '  ZENITH number* are listed in your directory by  progressive business firms located outside your  free-calling areaj A'ZENITH number means that  the firm automatically accepts your long-distance  calf 'and pays iho thangft ���not you.-  You can't dial a ZENITH number.  You'simply* dial CO'f and give the Operator the  ZENITH number of the firm you are calling. The/  " may he'locatcd Inrany B,C city, or other Carw��  dlan and U,S, points,  You'll be connected'within seconds, with no  questions' asked/.and 'treated like a rcd-carpct  guest.  That's what'you we to an out-of-town firm that  lists a ZENITH nnmberln your-directory. They  are happy/to pay, for, the privilege of hearing  :frorrVybu.*Thcywuldli.<b yogr b'uslncss'antl oro "*"  out to please you,  All of which,means.that*a firm with a ZENITH  number. Is usually a mighty good firm to do  businesswltli ���,-���'.  I/mis* coiuwummM ccmfwty  WO^tOWID-KUWONICONNICTIONS . IMTMNATIONAl TWX'ANP TKITfrf SIHVICI . HAD|OT��Uff��ONIS �� ClOfll> CIRCUIT TV -INTIRCOMANO PACINa SYITIMI  fUCTKOWmm* DATArttONIS ��� AWSWIIIINC AND AURM UNITS ��� OV�� SWOTMIH COMMUNICATION AIDS TO* MODERN HOMIS AND RUSINISS   ��� ' ������ '"' " ' ' I   * -   "f   "      ' " 1 " iirrini ' 'ii'in-1111111 11 1 mu mm ���mi n ��� 1 111     ���   ���4ifep3��WS#i"^M***��.  '{fUl  r*".  ,_i .�� -. /^*j *  $iljH 1-^ ��-**h,lM~4J*^*+i*6****lt*.<**'����>*** J. *��^ Hfc-tot-J  "*iH"ni? �� 1 iw S1 l '  (,.���M^M��>*rt f  ^%rf^ U* W * * i W'"1* <U ti  ���vk*>\<  t&tlW^^lt >&W  1   t,  1  6i** i-*-��-H -1 ��-*>   ��*����� *-^I ;^j fikmecsa phybieal fitness train- ^supervision.* iZAA/* ' 1\ s y ��ffiti&b^&ty^ s<9��i* \5tu^lput45an3rl,<ruesday^*r-|tt'*^1 f & ���  , , f ing>e7lsoin^rie "exercises ^and" 7 iflfoe^door ^r^grart^wUl �� *>eT ( feaf^h7 t^^^^n^at^.-fii^ley^ Several anefels anA^^pv^^^toS'^f^^ **, <^\ for" I ��*  ���   t   (.  >*y- j i  ' i  ;^^/ >���'--   47���C,ira�� w*^ '- ^L*^- " <  ix*\ ^ yA ��AA A 7 ^V>   *  1 r    /*  /        ,v^ i ,. **  7 ^.fp   *��*'.?  '^Vl  -1*       *���,  >-. ���?  7     ? ��A  7",  ������Pi   ' ^  ..      i * f**  V        V <       ,  '��/ "  t   "-'-'     *"',  , -v  Here is what  i ���>  \ *��� ���?  r 'J   i , the Canada Pension ?Plan  }       V.  -v ^      pj"  ���  ,, ,  will do for people like Esther Meyer,  a50-yearrctfd owner of a small store  who makes $5,800 a year.'   "'  .*">*'* jp  *�����  <���    '���    /  a*��w*K>!-i-.*U   Witi-^ftss******  **���  �� ���np��-*p��'tiiji H.U1MWB*' i��ii��*K>'H"p*"pi>''"- ���*pt>'jij!>l"-*-***p*.>*tfwc'*~---   *       _l_U_! lJ5T?1���"'^*5-*-_i.- isr*ii_r*--  pp-p^V^.^/  '     v * <  ���v:  _��� *        7 a.1 -  %   ���'       ' ��.-$_3__i  t_i_3��*  .'4^*  $1  F   j * * . *       ���**���*���**   -*.  + 1 A  Jji  r   -i  &\ A  * j     .  * '_   "* *     * j  -��*_s\ * . ��  >     * s' i      P       . i r  -    *        t', '      h       ��        -^   V 7    ' *'  / *      71?        \  1 i   tj,> 7 r i ������ ������  .^,*i  ���L7'V7<'.:74"I^"1^ \  7..  "t.'T  ' '^   )lp '��, (' *    ', i  fwV    7��S        7    {,'   7-      ,  t -vi"  ,7   i,'. tf._mS_tta__M_d__-_-_L__;Vr' (. i     ^  1   ' I.-  < i * i v^,  f ��i h   >   t  It '      i '  i'p  ^      , > '*^\ s|  I,' " ^1   H *  ^f. i  r     s^^f i  >pVit-\V,l\, M w*iiii --^     /  ^  ^s    sNsy-i*,!  j> i ,7>yi  I      ,'       ' ' "   O      *��� >       ���''    s 1*1  ,  U'.'r'ppUiU^ %p.^" rt\ivN^ \p��y,\\ *, ...p1,    >    , ^^ ^l ** *    ^ ss    v .rf^ls^  tp! w  I    ,;-   ,    Si,  '*��� ' lt    ��    N  J,  If Esther continues to cam this  (impunt from her business  until age 65, she ond her husband,  Should Esther die anytime, after  1967, having contributed until  ���her death, hcrjiu.sband.will  who iii disabled and cannot work,   ,. receive a disabled >vido\vcr's  can look forward to u retirement        pension of-$(,4,O0 a month-until  > t% *�������**�� *^  ilncomc of 5104,17 from the Plan  ,ftnd S75 from Old Age Security���  * '���* n"toirtl*of $179,17 n month; -  Whfcn her hubbandrrcccivcs,01d  Age Security, their income will  ^bc $254,, 1-7 ojuoiilh.  the rcachcs���ngci65. Atahnt tiinci  or if he is already 65 when, list her  - dies; his pension under thc P|an"'  will-bo $62.50 n month-plus  $75 n month Old Age Security.,  jgiven here since benefits will l This advertisement is.onc of a  be adjusted to meet changes in scries which relates some of  , .living costs and in Wage lekls thoimportant benefits of the  before they arc paid and , Canada .Pension,Iflan to  changes in living costs,after they,       individual circumstances, .-  a become payable.  i ��� �����  i  ���What wi(l the Plnn qost you?.*1*"-^**!  If, like' Esther yoii- have self-  i  tri]  I  is i  w  _  M  I'  P  Vi  %  ;On thc death of his wife, Mr/Meyer i employed earnings of S5(800 n  will a)so be entitled to a lump sum     year, you will(payS158,40 a year  CP-OOO'  payment of $500.  All benefits under thc Plan will  maintain their value. The  .actual benefits, payable will  probably be higher than thoso  whichis0.6%'of$4;4OO,thc  maximum amount upon which  contributions arc payable.  .Paymentwill be in instalments in  thc samoavay^you pay your  income tax.  Issued by  ,nuthonty>Qfvthc Minister of  i Natio��alrHealth and -Welfare,'  Canada,  ,  Thc.UQnourablc Judy UMacsh,  r  It'  it  ,��il,'*.'.*���  .,�����.',�����,..��,,.,, j.,,i.,.,.��...,.  K~ 1#~ ^ |^.<)f >.������, )��� (*w��1m <*--��� HlWHt-pi-**"-1 Jim* ��-**#!  ,*..feMW^��-1l^..,a.p-..^-iJ^(.*,t WH**-**mvVJ W..*1i--U^*-l*l^-4-..:.U.t.|-l-.U  -+    1 *���     I i    i -,    (     l"   ������   Ij **!  'I1     *   I ; I ���  Ki-^v-i v****"*--*  **J t*, Stw    *l_.^- *���  _  >*>(  Page 14     Sechelt Peninsula Times    ,Wed., Oct. 13, 1965.  ..,,n,-  i   v  ���ft*,  (>A '-<  .   i,  I   t  ��� >i  > I  t *���  j ','  '* i.  n  > s,  \A  < ,  ��� t <  /1  '   ���_  I I  ?;  fu  ���zr*&  j;��<Vi*J[r-       y      ,x  ��      V J" i��-i* _   *-*   ,*��� m    ��-��-__. TWH>*��  Sechelt social notes HJ:D. mefetiiig  -With Your Neighbours    Well  attended  RECENT visitors to Sechelt and well-known to many ' MEETING of the Hospital Im-  oldtimers were members of the Konishi family. .This      Pavement District last week  Canadian Japanese family was  dispossessed of their  ,�� Se,cheJt wat. ��"!ndef by St.  property at .Porpoise Bay at. fibe outbreak of the war   ^}0^Cle^ f&-  'istrator Norm" Buckley, who reported on their visit to' the B.C.  Hospital Association convention  -ir^-Vancouvcr-;   when the Japanese-were considered a menace  How these law abiding citi-       zens came under this category    #oti 0f  was   a   mystery.   Their   place  ~arptcture~and theTprodtrce"  Special trip  FOR THE first-time, on Monday of last week, children  from Gambier Island were transported to Gibsons  aboard the B.C. Ferries passenger boat. Previously parents provided their own transportation and in some  cases children were boarded in Gibsons for the school  week. Although, the7 day: isr long, some^jstudents leave  ''fim&W'7:$':l3^T iH_e^^^'le^^e^?'rKap_��?-' with their  new service.  ��>-*-^.��i-  Sea Wolf  SMALLEST of the vast B.C. Ferries fleet is the Sea Wolf  V, seen here leaving Langdale at 4 p.m. on the new  school children's run. The school board recently agreed  to pay, $21.00 per day for this extra service. The ferry  calls af Gambier-Bay, New Brighton and Long Bay on  Gambier Island.  Sechelt Bowling Alleys  ^ i .  ---by Eve Moscrip  ROSE RODWAY, bowling in the Ladies League, topped  the gals this week with 745 (330). Red Robinson in  the Ball and Chain, was high man with 729 (278).  ~was~  they sold always very welcome  to residents and visitors alike.  They were' the most hospitable  people. Mr. Jib Konishi was  employed by" Herbert "Whitaker  and worked in ,the first hotel  here, about 1913 or 1914, before  the First World War.  He passed on and is buried  in St. Hilda's Churchyard. Mrs.  Konishi, a very old lady, died  about two years ago whilst  visiting her sons in Prince  George.  Those of tbe family here  visiting were Mr. Sanji Konishi,  his wife and sister Ouki, who  is now Mrs. Olds and was  known here as Agnes. They  called oa Capt. and Mrs. S.  Dawe arid a few other old  friends * who  them; they  come back  tioned is  Ron Hyde.  Mrs.   Jean  Porpoise  from her  Murphy and  phy is well  served  with  Also visiting  here sister,  husband  Mrs. N.  Bay Road  pital suffering  which happened  Also in  bel MacFarlane  ed coming  Miss   Bessie  in Sechelt after two months in,  Vancouver; she also suffered a  bad fall getting off a bus.  \ Mr7Dave-Galvin-jts, home ior.  a few days from Shaiighnessy  Hospital.  Mrs. Mary Gray has left for  Redcliffe, Alberta, accompanied by her mother, Mrs. E.  Johnson, where she will spend  the winter months.  Mrs. C. C. Lawrence with  Claire Anne and Jean are  spending the weekend at their  sunyner home. '"  Mr. and Mrs. John Clayton  and family of Woodfibre are  visiting Mr. Clayton's mother,  Mrs. E. S. Clayton.  Visiting Mr. and Mrs. D.  Hayward is their niece, Mrs. A.  Hayward and Mr. Wally Quarry  of Vancouver,  Mr. F. W. Sadgrovc has been  officially appointed to the pcisi-  accountant m the Se--  ^elt_3ranch_o�����jthe���Bank���ef-  Montreal.  Mr.  and  Mrs." Sad-  grove  are living in West Sechelt, coming here from Dun-  <.can on, Vancouver.Island.  Main item on the agenda was  the need for a continued care  addition to the present hospital  building.-. . j  LEAGUE SCORES  .Buckskins; Cliff Johnson 618,  (233), Carol August 548 (230),  Doreen Joe 547 (221)..  Ladies: ..Rose Rodway 745  (330), Mabel McDcrmid 307,  Dlanna Eberlc 258, Marilyn  Swanson 254, Eileen Evans 259,  Ladies Matinee: Hazel 'Skytte 625,  Pender: Dave Pickard 724  (309), Mae Widmnn 552, Char*  lie Hauka 287.  Sechelt    Commercial:     Ena  Armstrong 016 (204), Sap\ Mc*'  Kcnzle 283,  !>'   T  5**Vj*25^e^*"    .  J  Iniuranco oi  ���vary kind'  USE YOUR BOATING BUDGET  FOR FUN... NOT DAMAGE!  Tho hour* aboard , . ,, the,day* aihorfl  will bo more carefree, when you axe  ottured that* your boat, if fully insured  against firo, damoga, accident and theft.  Call on ui today I V  J. H- G. (Jim) DRUMMOND  INSCTR^CE AGENCY -SEE J. D. FOR -SAFETY  Phone 886-7751 ' Gibson-, B.C,  AT THE SECHELT RESERVE HALL  Friday, October 15fh  ol 8:00 p.m.  GOOD PRIZES ��� EVERYONE WELCOME  Lost Game Min. $50  ��7 WFIE SHOOTING ,    SEA HISTORY >* V ,. SAILING  ��        SEAMANSHIP BAND WORK SWIMMING  fc SPORTS PILOTAGE BOATWORK  S LEADERSHIP DISCIPLINE FIRST AID  I ��  S Sea Cadets with good attendance records and certain other qualifi- S  t^ cations may be permitted to go on cruises in RCN ships or attend &  one of the summer training establishments for a 7-Weeks trades  training course. In addition, many cadets are selected to attend a  2-week course In HMCS QUADRA, the Sea Cadet Training Establishment at Comox, on Vancouver Island,  -  I  Apply to Box 381  Sechelt or phone 885-9654 or  �� 885-2155 evenings. Application form may be picked ��  S up ot Peninsula Motors or The Times office. S  $MWMMMiMMiMMJMIf/H/iWMMM///IItfrfI/i?>  Sports Club: Dorothy Smith  660 (309),, Jay Eldred 623 (307),  Jean Eldred 253.  Ball and Chain: Red Robinson 729 (27ty, Walter Dooley  275.  SCHOOL LEAGUE  Seniors: Earl John 480 (332),  Jack Goesen 340 (213), Arlene  Johnson 328 (180),  Juniors; Eleanor Swan 181  (95), Pat John 284 (148), Rick  Nelson 146.  TEN PINS  ' Chuck Rodway 562 (203),  i i  I  IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT FOR TELEPHONE  SUBSCRIBERS IN THE PORT MELLON, GIBSONS  AND SECHELT EXCHANGE?  Free Calling will be introduced October 17th, 1965 at 12.01  a.m. between all subscribe��� in the Port Mellon, Gibsons and  Sechelt exchanges.  This eliminates toll charges between these exchanges.  Free calling marks the completion of the program that received your approval in the ballot taken in early 1964 to  establish extended area service between these exchanges.  *ni ��������   1-4    ftjipv-stvuhi. it-H* t^t**-!  I-  ���-****���  ft UiJ ��ft*MJ *��  �����(**. ��* *---    ���*���-*����� <��� ��-"������  A NEW REPAIR SERVICE NUMBER  After October 17th-* 1965 please dial 164, for repair  ffm (jm f��JL    ^SmJ  service.  BRITISH COLUMBIA TBIEPHONE COMPANY  rr  r'A    ���.;  l|��, 4 ' p      p      '  ,, ,   ��,,rr��i,���      i,,,,,,,,., t,  .ti       ,��u,,i*.i~.��   ,�����.* i...w   i ...,...����  *. * ��k*,.,.. ./.-   *^���*l**Y���'Af���^,V*'^tt���^*,h*WV��L*^>*������,Vl�����'���^'y*^KV��,^>'|^*���, '<r''*��k--iVV*��'M("lV,*��r*��'i*"ii/'*��Hir<��#--( *"***�����.��� *H��i��|p����*rt*��J*��*> "-wt*.-.���-- ��*. i**   �����   <��� i      ' t >���  i i ,',   >i,   ,i    ,    ,    '  j   "'7'! ���,',������ i ''' ,.     ".I   .  *������,... .1.* ...u.'*'-^** > ������       >-��� '   '     ���    ���" \ ^ __   ^   .���^������  .._ , ,. . .....' -. . ���- .* 7^.i.:w_(.*��".....��44..'Lp|-t..l**Mi'.J*.-- ���r<  :��___&__lBf*lr^^ '��'-' Ziuk�� ���>>/.*  / 7 .1 .<���,_*______ lAaoiiT 7fe 7 k> * x 7 {��w.'i >*__- , _ ��.��� ��^  SCI^a:^^.!*!^^"-*-?.:^  7V l. I West Sec^tiha^sliMy^raore.  J   %"(���  " Wa^Hold^by^Coun.|Bernel^Gor*  ) don Ihk the- Welti Sechellar^  rMMACMItrt-tSAA       _-_���**   *_?11 _C_*__'_r>    ___V-.w4_-.31  presentation ..onTyii;  t'.He ^add^T'that^mc^r^ralion  '." ,t |rould * ^o^cer^airilyv ^mi-  ������'   ^ rate, �� commercialulenteftrises    .. t  ; moving info, ihatarea, which is    ;  L7; *���- t_   ^_-_ s*       v   .     . __ _ &-._   -TmI*.   _   _. 1-_ _���  ,  v'fo^jeb^cilliSfthe^eeti^g^^ ,  1 a^orajtf*, slid he"was" awaire *Jpa> '��    ,  lf��xpan��io^cwld;bft:p4 through Lj^  ^^iuoplyjfbyi SdV^tising^intent, f2^  ��� and while,trwstee,S'appeared^ ���*  *' accord^tbV the^chemeithe felt * ���  /a public meeting would;he.ap ET  ^ predated i.in>order7 that * other -*  /residents   hear .the'facts   for P  tbemselYes7T7!"7;V^    . v* ���  y 'It* was -��� therefore agreed;  a j  'public .meeting  be  called   as  soon as possible and Municipal  1 Affairs Minister Dan Campbell  asked to, attend.   ,���.���"'"     ��� ���  MORE   ABOUT 'i ; . *  f Tribal council  J from p��ge>*l���  f- ous other reservations, will take  part, ? incJading .tribes * fronr-be*'  ���   t-    - i   ��  't_  f    * vB_&���_ v  ^ wn* _  1U-..UU.U   U.W-UVU.W Turkey shoot      y        St,   , .. t,.4  \lowMtte^rder."*M,sa "��"x ^ TAKINGitime out from the Luckj/.Target 22shoot, to )  1  ��Folilowing *an ^evening iban*1        warm themselves before a glowing4Qg^fire^areiJjese J  quet, entertainment wiU, incudc lady^l members Of tiie Sechelt .Rod and rGun fClnb.^Stand-  a smallishow^put on^by Chief w ^ts.C.-McDermid and Mrs, R.XL. Nygren. *Kneel- )  Simon. Baker of the Squamish ^ Mrs7R:sSpencer1and Mrs. Wm. Rankin.7BothtMrs. j  ^ tribe* who* wiU ^appear -uufuil MCDermid arffl Mrs? Hahkin won turkeys ^in this^con- ;  ,SS:ft meeting^ test,Mid,recently at WUson Creek. , ���   , , ,      , .       t >:  CS^ i3S&"^       . Say You Saw It In 'TheXitnes'.  ^BuyOffifeiisurance? Becaus^a^stihe.one  .._- Jsi^ilttve_toient;tl_at; proviaeslbbth^^.,  ;   % mediate ^mltl/!!futm'e secccttty. iNo ^otie  r Jmpws.whfindeathwill strilQs. ���fibut(you   V  ,����md-yot_r^family can l?e|ia^paj��d?fin_ail:  ^^mlly no inatter wWliiapperis^Ci^_Uf ��.*-;   f * ^  7 7^7'"'��7' ^  -'  For further  information  write to  Box 381^  SECHELT.  B.C.  *     fi ���-1  ' ''-T* 1  v   * y< $  *        *_L  ?74  7?  1-4  Pi.  v*  Sryan E. Borkinstiaw  t!*ll��berPE^l<_e,  *     *��� I*  ASSURANCE  COMPANY   "  -THe  CSreat-West Life  .O-m  ,1  ^?*x.  pS*       &  #  A  ���_/. i  _s  4*f*_  ^li  'KM,��� ,*".!���   ' .*rH_,**i  ) h/-^  * ��    i,"  f  Is  Vv,  ���J*  �����      J     S       /t  ���Iho  ��r*2f  s  ^ * .  i'-\7ll  I, ' .  (    <(  '   \ I  / I  J    \  ^^000 MJiHHBIS mNG^tST^HCE C&LUm  AS SIMPLE AS PHOMIMG ACROSS TOWM -< DBB IS COMING 70:  GIBSONS, SECHELT, TOUT MEtiON 'awef, PEEPER fMRBOW  11"  Li<  ; i  i" i  ii  iff "<*���''  WhQ�� lo odd? jDirect Distance Dialing -^ DDD ���  ia��anewtelephone^emce.allowing^you toidial direct  i i - *  ��to over,85.millioit telephonesin Canada andithe United  states. DDD applies only to station-to-station calls  ,to-.phones vwith ^letter;, ,5rfigure telephone numbers  -r pr to,phones with Mgure-telephone number^..,  KoadyourDOD boohiot ���-Complete instructions and a,list.of  many places you can*nowdiar*tiirect appear in this booklet  , now, in the mail to you. Watch for it, Extra copies are available  from your Telephone Company office. Reaft your booklet care-  tyully-ahd keep it nearthe phonc'TThen yoii'll be ready* to. enjoy  .dialing your .long, distance. calls,atarting 12;0X.a.m��� Sunday,  .October 17th, ~ (  i .1  ,t*   n**  I      /  '**__!__ ******iii"'*   * *��*�� lp����.'M**>nwiU�� utatfa��>tff t-it 1  \ ^oto^aWi^ikiind^impio-.Inles-t'than^O secqtids you; 'u,  ;*��an)phone,.tPorontot(oranywhere else ,in(Canada orihe^^f.  I United States). .That's more than twice as fast wan  r':  j'/operator-placed-call. And itcoste you, no,more; you   ,)t  Tpay only theiuaual, low, station^to-station mfa It'sibl, "���"  - nwonderfuVexperience to'dialdistlant joints andWs.as. .-.  -easy as makings local-call,  0M*\ #M ^wmffl coiuMBMmmomcompany  i' y_  i*W.**   ft Ut^A M U^  i*f-*ar-)tiPii*Uj  )~b-4M��f��%.|iA^t|  ..hi^tiwty *^^*i��*-�� j  \&��g$  4*t)A*Wt > d^M^-s^liM*  IS C0MIN6 I2.-0F.  OCTOBER ITMi  i i'  ii  ���i  i ' ' *.  *'   l,,^*,'!!,    t  V    l, '.tjj t  r&-���Jj-~,     -Z^ff-v.  f��-    '  1 p* s>     ��� ,   '* *  ,    ?   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Prices are just  risht;too! f     . k  ''  *','   *V." *  ____________________L ���������__a____________a____._a______.___^__-in|1^f.nn|^^^  SSS^-v^  'f fp-?    ,     *.j,   i* Jl.J  ^.      E       ' -  Todd's Drygoods  -,,,*'���' -f > *    -  ,��� .**���" ���     *���  Children and  Infants Wear  ies' Sp  Wear  ���   s  Ladies' Sports  4,  r     *. J   , '      ,     "*.**>��� I  ^ ?  * *p     *   ^   r,* ,,-_  7 ^-iii  r;<7  < .p. <   t  <* (��_  (���p L  1   \ ~','-V_  ' "'l 7rfn.  7^77'^  .��;\i*  <\      if.  Sunnycrest   ;  Motors  The Service Station,  with everything for  the nfoforist  Mom. Dad, Sis and Brother! Your  favorite shoe styles for FaU have just  arrived, with the fit, comfort and  durability only we can give them!  Great savings, too!  Shop Now While' Prices Are Right  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre - Gibsons .- Phone 886-2624  Don's Shoe Store;  /-' ��  A Complete Line  of Shoes for  the Entire Family  ���7  'A'f       ^p   *f    ,  Kruse Drugs  NOW OPEN  \  On the" Sunnycrest, 1  Plaxq for your  Shopping Pleasure  Charles English  Limited  Real Estate  and Insurance  ��        j  McPHEDRO  ELETRIC  Phone  886-9689  Investors  Syndicate  t  Don Hflatheson  1      >     1  Locol Representative  SUPER-VMU  Buy Beffer  Save /More  D. 6. DOUGLAS  Variety and  Paints  "Any. hihg You  Want We Have"  '<��_  r V' &  .   .1  PMrtM.i.+Pt^***'.^'.'*  rt��^Bj ,w.WP��,w����PjM��.rfPS��*^pPPPPA. ^w*.^*-1t   ^P^tP^^*��P.  $50  YES! WE GIVE AWAY $50.00  I0NTI  $50  Cashing your. FAMILY ALLOWANCE CHEQUE at any of tho advertised Plaza Community Places of Business.  Wheijyou ca$h your cheque in one ot thesepremises ybui* name is placed in a barrel and the lucky name is  drawn at the end of each month.  i*  mWUpsIWUMj*.**!^ **fe�� *p**lm M��_MA (ri  !.p     i |, i,(  i"l'p��PH   ^   i)��A'' 'w"��wi* ���*"�� l*'1* l"*mi��***v���"�����***-���  '   "���>��������� 1 ���  r * (     ,


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