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 ��� .rt   )  .  I !  -777  ^Department, pttowo.rt  v G/ontham's l^oriidlng;Gibsons/Roberts Cfeefc; Jf^'g^Sy ^ |  7^*y Volume 2rHo,A&%  Klelndalej IrVlne'-l Landing; Eorl <ive, Egmonr.^ -WEDNKPAV/qOV/17, J965  fl*Oc5  School District 46 . . .  ! tt. SB 0%  is &  *  O ~< O*  r*t  Si f-�� as  ���    WW  . i5! SZ_ m_  i H      O  t S3 ��> _3  ?  tfiiiiii  j  j  PROPOSED cost of new school T>oard office for the Sechelt School-District was trimmed "b# Dept of Education from $90,000 to $37,000. Building program for El-  .phinstone Secondary School was- reduced by $16,750 and  .Sechelt. Elementary by $16,000.        ;       ������ 7  Langdale   Elementary   which     : : i^J.���1  Road closure  plans dropped.  DRAINAGE   problem   at   the-  new apartment block on  School Road, Gibsons, ' was  brought to the attention of council last week.  It was moved by Councillor  Norm MacKay that the owners  of the block be instructed to  install the necessary drainage  facilities to prevent water from  ���their property flooding onto  School Road.  Proposals last August to  close off three street ends including jNorth��M^��ft3 of, JS^v**-*-r*��..r  view, .Northeast end- of ,Glen  and Northwest end of Beach  Avenue, has now been closed  .due to lack of necessary approval from adjoining property  owners.  Approval was given for the  erection of a stop sign at the  extension of Wyngaert Road  .where it joins Fletcher, following a complaint by Mr. B. W.  Burnett, who said he had almost been struck by a speedster. He explained that motorists were continually driving at  excessive speed under the Impression it was a through road.  is to have an activity room and  covered play area was allowed  an extra $23,000. Victoria was  generous too with site development except in the. case of West  Sechelt where they refused to  share in the $5,000 site development.  After a few other modifications, the dept. of education approved an eligible for provincial governments grants an estimated expenditure of $768,000  Regional conference ' ' which includes $33,900for plans  SOJvIE OF the people who turned recreation "inside out" SJhSE^tJ? SSitX  at Pender Harhour last Saturday. Linda Goeson just 55,350 lower than the cost  and Karen Rudolph of-Sechelt were the two ��� registrars, estimated by the school board  Also in the front row,are Powell River recreation di- which did not specify any pro-  rector Dick~ McKeen; regional recreation director Tom vision for plans and contingen-  Ruben;   and Deit$  recreation  director  Charles  Bell. pies.  Standing, from left, PR school trustee R. W. Chapell, Secretary-Treasurer   Peter  Langley recreation director Pete Svenson, Rec. J. Fer- Wilson reported at last week's  gusson, Joan D'Angio (Powell River)  Cpl. Ray Nelson, ff fl?ff!��FL�� ��  Surrey recreation director Clyde Griffith, Mr. Morgan ovwstwnt   in   parSS   the  Thompson, Sechelt, and Sechelt District Recreation di- instriiction  section' which  in-  rector Phil Lawrence.                -    *A  -  I"  **.  I  f  _  ���1  V  Rescind motion  Special council meet  out expansion  COUNCIL of Sechelt at a special meeting Wednesday.  November 10 succeeded in straightening out a previous resolution which had caused confusion regarding  the proposed extension of village boundaries.   ,  With the exception of Councillor Benner, Council clarified  the extent of the proposed extension by agreeing the boundary will remain, as earlier decided, from the westerly boundary of Sechelt and west to take  in West Sechelt to lot DL 2337  Financial aid . . .  Museum grant request  gains cool reception  REQUEST that council consider making provision for    .���   ..     _������.,.���,���    om���  an annual grant to the recently formed Elphinstone   *�� J'L Sffi'dcS  Pioneer Museum Society  received mixed reception at  ^S^{TcSm��^  last meeting of council of Gibsons.  The request to "assist tho, so*  qlcty. In financing ���lighting,  hentlng titc., which, Btqtcd Com*  mlsslonor Drummond, the so*  fclcty agreed tp mopl themselves  providing: thoy  bev given free 7BATTLE to'tlw dohth botween  use of the now municipal'hall ���     a  Roberts Cr<ick youth and  Youth wages war  upon telephone  basement, ilo pointed out that  council .had''1'previously,; advised  they seek aid from Victoria,  Clerk Charles Gooding said  tljo society had not oven returned the signed agreement 00  far,       :: Vv1'  '������ ���","������ ''  , \ Commissioner Fladager  - agreed* that -council*should- not-  he expected to contribute fur*  ther,' while Chairman Alf Ritchey snld ho felt Iho society  should do something for itself,  Discussion was tabled op ��  suggestion by, Commissioner  Drum,mond they ho notified'consideration bo given on return  pf tho signed agrooment.  PI.RECRACKERS  , Commissioner,, fought shy of  "-���00 p��g��> 15  a public telephone; lfooth raged,  fust, and furious until RCMP  arrived upon tho scene and established peaco7   ���,  Uusscl Butler,7n��ed' about  iwimty-ono appeared before  Magistrate Charles MlUleatoadt  Inst^Wcdncsday.^ovombor.ao,  charged with wilful. damage to  the telephone booth at' Davis  Bay,, Ho was fined $100, $5  costs and Ordered to make restitution to: the D.C, Telephone  Company to the tune of $44.71.  A phono call had. sent police  to the sciono on thoovening of  November 3rd where Budlor  was apprehended with a chain  attached fwmn .his auto to tho  telephone,        ��� ,   *    ,  and over to Snake Bay.. , ,  Councillor Benner urged that  he felt the expansion should include Selma Park'and Wilson  Creek. It was however, pointed out by the Chairman 'Mrs.  Christine Johnston that thc  Minister of Municipal Affairs,  Dan Campbell, had recommended extension taking in West  Sechelt only at this time.  ' Next on thc agenda was a  motion rescinding a previous  .resolution by Councillor. Benner which had, indicated the  extension would include east to  .Wilson Creek. Admitting they  had made a  mistake ln pas*  eouncil  ,e a  Benner who voted .against.  A meeting with thc Minister  Is slated for December 14th  at which .Jntorasted members  of the public will be invited to  hear, a discussion on tho proposed extension of village  boundaries taking in West So*  chelt, ��� ,  TR/\ll-ER COURT  l_ong drawn out and weary  proposal by a resident of Porpoise liny to establish n small  trailer. court on his property,  -was ^gftlnfbrduglTt-nip*for*air  and again laid to rest, '  This time it was moved by  Councillor Swain that tho ap-  notified ho must first, obtaih  approvalj of the sanitary inspoc*  tor, plana will then have to bo  submitted to council befaro any  further action: may bo taken,  Councillor I-ang pointed out It  would ho useloss for council to  ���������   pftQO   14  eludes,   teachers'   salaries,  school   clerical,   teaching  supplies and other instructional expense,   overspent   by   some  $35,000. Total budget balance to  the end of September was approximately < 116,2447 bat  could  be less*i_s att^accounts were  not,settled.-���( -,*   --" "v   * \  . Trustees   agreed   to   accept  the lowest bid on fuel tenders  subject to the ability to deliver.  Lowest tender on furnace oil  was submitted by BA at 15,15  cents per gallon and stove oil  by Imperial at 20.80 cents per  gallon.    Trustee    C.    Thorold  pointed out that there was no  difference between grade 1 furnace oil and stove oil; the board  .could save $50 on the 1,000 gallons used,jn the stoves.  .   Investigating   the  possibility  of reduced  passage rates Iota  students  on B.C.  Ferries, the  board   recently   wrote   to   the  B.C.  Ferry' Authority pointing,,  out lhat it'was understood free  passage was given on dept. of  "highways ferries." Letter in reply-stated that this was only  so on the Denman Island' and *  Quadra Island ferry. The board1  intends  to  pursue the - matter  further with-the hope that reduced rates can be obtained^for  students using the Bowen Island  ferry.  Notorious bend  creates hazard        ���  ANOTHER    accident   occured |  at the notorious S bend at |  .West   Sechelt  and   Shorncliffe ?  last Friday when an auto driv- \  en  by a  Powell  River  man, j;  Archibald   Johnston,   aged   24, ��  left the highway, ending up in ��  ihe ditch.     ' )  " No injuries are reported but }  considerable, indignation is felt |  ^ .by ���xesid<arts-in- the^ area���many ,,*<*--; ��s$s^  1 of" whom - have' children'vwho  -walk to and fiom'school.  'Ben Lang, busines nian and  village commissioner, said, today, "There have been aperies  of accidents on this bend and  unless something is done soon ,  to straighten it out, one or  more of the youngsters will be  ending up in hospital., ���  Another resident, said she  was fed up with hearing talk  of improvements. "We get, this  talk from time to time, but no  action," she said.  '85  '*>  >:  7  v*  i1  :s  "sr  if  1   1'  ���'k  ���Aft ���  r  7  K  ���$  Dick'McKeen  iecrenfioiifEl llirector  liiestions enforce  LOOKING at recreation from the inside at last Saturday's conference,'Dick McKeen,1 recreation director  at Powell Kiver suggested that Physical Education in  high school; be replaced by a recreational program)  Where students have a choice,  VDon't force PE on Grade 11 ; ; ;  and 12 ptudents, if they prefer    in the Gibsons July 1 parade,  to do something else, let them,','    demonstrated   what   a   person  .   . from Trinidad can do with a  said McKeen.  * He also suggested the need  for agencies to spot potential  trouble before it becomes apparent and divert youngsters  heading for trouble.  1 Charles Bell, recreation director of Delta, stressed tho  tnccd for public education on  recreation as only tlio surface  Is being scratched at the pre*  .,;scnt^tlmo*arid.~.rcccoaUon.wpro**��  grams are not reaching teen-  "agcrfl,; 7.���!V77V;,,7 .,...���.',,'..., !;lv.p.7.7  i  Recreation director for Sur-  roy, piydo Griffith,  spoke on  Vthe need to encourage self expression in children which loads  to a true interest in ,art and  music.  During tho afternoon Griffith, Rev. Jim Fergusson rind  Mrs. Fergusson led tho delegates ln folk singing and Clyde  Griffith, who led tho stcol band  minute pair of borrowed l^ongo  drums. ��� j  Pcto Svenson, recreation dU  rector from Langley, showed a  selection of his imprcsslvo col*  lection of colored slides which  Included many shots', of, recreational'activities' In Russia!  Recreation Director Phil Lawrence, on behalf of tho dele-  , gates,���,thanked..tho.p.young ;pco*��  plO who had helped make the|  conference a success, Pender  Harbour Economic students,  Claire Donley, Tprry Cameron1,  Cheryl Clay, Janet Webb, Kathy  ,MacKay, Bonnie Leo, Marilyn  Gardiner,' D a y 10 Cameron,  -Brenda Leo, Fay Glrard . and  G cor gin a I b c y; receptionists  Linda Goespn qnd Karon Rudolph; and Mike Willis, who designed tho cover of tho program for thq conference,  J1'  i,f .  v t  > ��  'i. '  \  ' V  '>  ,i  ^>  *'��� ,  ��i*  Up  Wi  . *  . * *  f'*  * *  i\*  '*/���  ��� ��'���  'I.  \\m  V.  ' -< t  k  1 ���  f.  1.'  ���\-  N '  *,\ 1 1  1, V '  't >    1  .j.:  \,, 11  -*"v-p  ���I'-ViV  u-Uif^'^Z-  ��� HI.  ..I. I" 1.  '(-I  '       ',1  ���r .,    .' r1"  11 ���'*, .' * >   -(.    �����l ���T.^-i  *. ���I'  i  %  'i  I  f  7  ���ft  ��.'.  ���V  I"  J..  l��*t  J,  *  Page 2     Sechelt Peninsula Times    Wed., Nov. 17, 1965    WANTED   (Continued) AUTOS & TRUCKS cont'd    .-OR SALE (Continued,  ���mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm^  \    _&^ltPeninsula,7*W6*V       Telephone 885-9654      |  <14*INCH bandv saw. ���- Phone" 883*  ���2547. .       '        ��� 9602-50  HALF-ton pickup for sale. Ph.  885-9478. ,  9833*48  !  !   Classified  i  Lmmmmmmmm   Published Wednesdays by the  Sechelt  Peninsula  Times  Ltd., af  Sechelt, BX:.  Member, Audit Bureau  -..y-yoi- Circulation  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line AdBriefs (15 words) ,,  One Insertion 50c  ..-$1.00  Three insertions ._:     -Extra lines (5 words) ���_10c  (This rate does not apply to  commercial Ad-Briefs.)  Box Numbers, ._  -..10c extra  25c Book-keeping charge is added  -for AdBriefs not paid by publication date.  Legal  or   Reader  advertising  25c  per count line.  Display   advertising   in   classified  Ad-Brief columns,  1.50 per inch.  PERSONAL  CARD OF THANKS  WE WISH to express our sincere thanks and appreciation  to Dr. E. JVPaetkau, Dr. R. A.  Swan and the" staf of St. Mary's  Hospital for their  many  kind-  :rt"''"i_esses' to our mother, Mrs. Ma-  bel, E. L. MacFarlane,. during  Thfer reecnt lengthy stay at the  hospital. Also, we wish to  thank all those who so kindly  visited her during her illness  -. -. -and-...-especiallythe Rev. J. .Fergusson and Mrs. Fergusson,  -whose visits and thoughts  meant so much to her. ���Her  sons, daughter-in-law and  grand-children. 9604*48  WE rWISH to express our sincere thanks for the kindness  showto  our* wife  -and   mother  ilrs.'H. D. Adams, by Dr. and  ....  Mrs., D-  Johnson,  friends  and^  ~:; Are 'Staff of5 St7 Mary*��..'.Hos-'  pital,   during   her  illness.   Our  thanks go out to all our friends  and neighbors for their cards,  flowers and words of sympathy,  ,   in our loss. ���Reg Adams, Amy  .. and  Lome  Blain  and  family.  9648-48  DEATHS  CHRISIUASEN-Jpassed away  November 13, 1965, Albert M,  Christiansen, in his 84th year,  ���������-tif Gibsons-, .B.C. Survived by  four sons, Sam, Edmonton;  Ben, Powell River; Kris and  Albert, Gibsons, B.C2. One daughter, > Mrs; Martha Peters,  Burnaby, B.C. Twenty three  grandchildren and 24 great  grandchildren. Funeral service  was held on Tuesday, Novcm-  ' ber 16th at l p,m, 'from the  Family Chapol of the Harvey  Funeral Home, iGibsons, B.C.  Rev; H. Kelly officiated, Interment at Seaview Cemetery.  9615-48  ,.      ,  __     ''. t 'IV  FOUND  JftLACK and white cat. Return*  cd for tho cost of this advertisement,  Phone  885-9742.  2340*48  SIGNS  painted,   at  very   reasonable   prices.   Dave   Pink-  ney,   Gibsons.   Phone   886-9829.  9834-tfn  CYPRESS  '      REST HOME  1885 West 10th Ave.,  Vancouver, B.C.  Personal   care   home,   family  style,  invites   guests.  24   hour  care. R.N. attendance. Reasonable rates.  2332-tfn  WANTED, party to share office space in Gibsons or Sechelt. Free rent for answering  inquiries and phone calls or  will share expenses of office  help and rent. Write Box 9900,  c/o Sechelt Peninsula Times,  Box -381, Sechelt. 951148  WORK WANTED  COMING!   Winter   gales!   See  Nfew Tree Service ad. Phone  886-2343   evenings. 9607-48  FOR Carpentry. New and repair work.   Contact  V.   Mitchell 885-9582. 9784-tfn  .CHRISTMAS trees for cash.  , Fir, $4. bundle. Pine $5,  North 'West Christmas Trees  Ltd. Phone'WE 9-1071.    *  9650-52  WANTED TO BUY          3 'WINDOWS   -approximately  32"jt48";   combination   door,  2 ft. 8" x 6 ft. 8". Wood stove,  kitchen suite, -fridge. Must be  in good condition; Write Box  777, The Times. *    2341-48  ANTIQUES, -primitives, Indian  artifacts, silver, gold, copper,  china, glass items, oddities,  swords, medals, rare books.,  carvings. -Will *be on the Peninsula, November 21st. If interested, phone collect 922*0655 or  987-8428. 'Kensington Shop, 2447  Marine Drive, *West Vancouver. 9605-48  FOR RENT   4 ROOM unfurnished suite for  rent  at   Granthams.   Phone  886-2206. 9963-46  LOW winter rates���daily, weekly,   monthly.   Fully   modern  suite.   Big  Maple   Motel,   885-  9513. 9626-tfn  TWO bedroom suite in Sechelt  above Red and White Store.  Fully modern.  Phone 885-9366.  A     ��� 2339-47  FAMILY 'housekeeping  cabins,  completely  equipped.  Winter  ratesu ^hone  885-9565, 'Mission  !'~Poin��Kl'k6tel,7w^  9969-46  41EAL ESTATE ~~  NEW Coleman   space, heater/  half price,  $50.  886-2247.   ,  9608*50  BOATS & ENGINES  40 FOOT troller, sounder, radio phone, pilot, 6 spools of  reversible   gurdies.   Ready   to  go. Phone 883-2698.        -9629-48  MACHINERY        ''  25 -KVA automatic-controlled  Dorman Diesel Power Plants.  Mounted on skids in as-new  condition. -Replacement cost  $l0,000-plus. What offers? Write  or 'phone. Mix Equipment,  Foot of Carrall Street, Vancouver 4, B.C. Telephone MU  4*0030 or RE 6-4830. .     9993-tfn  COMPLETE WITH  WORMS, SHELLS, BONES  and ARTIFACTS  FOR SALE  ROY BOLDERSON  Box 435 - Sechelt  885-9530 Evenings  'Rdfotilling-Plowing  Grading - Roll ing - Etc.  9826-tfn  EXPERIENCED    painter,    interior-exterior.     Free     estimates. J. Jarvis 886-2987.  9867-tfn  BOOKKEEPER,   cost   accountant now available for full or  part time work Box 2338, The  Times, 2338-49  HELP WANTED  ENTERPRISE   oil  heater.   As  new.   $50.  Phone 886-2892.  2336-49  JAY BEE USED  7   FURNITURE  Phone 886-2346, Gibsons  Next to Ken's Parking  Beer bottles. We buy and  sell everything  9991-tfn  ONE 1,000 lb. anchor and 100  ft. of 1" chain, both for $300.  Apply   W.   Schoular,   Madeira  Park or phone 883-2396.  952g-48  OK. USED GOODS  Al used - Embassy gas range  fully  automatic   _������_.. $124.95  Used Easy washer $49.95  Used G.E. washer $39.95  Marswell washer  __   $29.95  Simplicity washer '..���-, $39.95  SECHILT  A  real 7BUY7 3-bdrm  home,   .Moffat Cottage electric  developed level lot; basement,  oil   furn.,   w-w   carpet,   deep  freeze^   fridge,   range.   Terras  on $15tOOOi*d6 '  WEST SECHELT  Good terms on this 2-bdrm  view home, garage, drive; El.  ���heat, well insul., full price!  $12,600.00  range���-��� ���  $79.95  Hotpoint Cottage electric  range      $89.95  W��sfinghouse fridge ������ $79.95  Used  TV 1 >���  $49.95  -.'If  ROBERTS CREEK AREA  2   good   waterfront   properties,  excellent   areas.   Call   in   and  discuss.,';7'^',''V-;,:,;iv:':;'^sp:'V",v','7:.',':..  EWART McMYNN  REALTY  with Jack Warn and Dp  Wortman  Box / 238,   Gibsons,   886-2166  PARKER'S HARDWARE  Sechelt Phone 885-2171  9647-47  GOOD hay for sale. Delivered  $40  per ton., 5  ton  lots.  J.  Bayer,   RR   1,  North   Surrey.  Phone   112-946-6568, 9513-51  CARROTS for sale at my farni,  Small quantities or sack lots.  George Charman; Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-9862. 952A"48  G^U^S^*,^UNS,-.GU|SS..  Res; 886-2500; 886*2671; 886^93     _Verythjng   for  the   Hlmter  9600-48  EXTRA PROFITS FOR  SALAL PICKERS  Pickers needed NOW  CONTACT '  RIED - FERN & MOSS  Next to* Sechelt Theatre  -<"    Phone 885-9313  9614-tfn  WANTED Miscellaneous  .���*��� ���"'    "ii '��� "���' iii'ii-mi���i.iiiiiMiiiinii..iii._n.iMi.i���jMii.i,w..ii-l..nw.���mtmm.mm  GIRL'S     bicycle,     preferably  ,    small   Size.   885-2183,    9610-49  CLEARED leased lot for sale.  50'xl20'.   Phone  885-9955,  9512-45  . FRANCIS PENINSULA,  3  bedroom  homo on 2, acres,  good  garden  soil,   near   govt.  at your hunting  headquarters.  WALT NYGREN SALES  LTD.  886-9303 -Gibsons;B.C.  9803*tfn  ���.-hi*, -__.L ���*>--���--  2 NEW SUBDIVISIONS  I  Earls Cove Subdivision ��� adjacent tp Earls Cove  ferry terminal on tho Sunshine Coast Highway.  Also-LARGE  v* l'l��*,iV*  Madeira Park Subdivision ���; overlooking Pender  Harbour and  Gulf ��� 10% down ��� easy terms  on balance. Discount for cash;  FOR SALE BY OWNER  i  O; SLADEY -~- Madeira Park/ B.C.      ; ;'  Phono 883-2233 or phono North Vancouver  985-4934  _-.'  DAVIS BAY  On lot with community water ,  nice garden, Workshop, fruit  trees/nice''2 bedroom home,  a short distance from wft. IT  $10,500. .  GIBSONS AREA  4 bedroom, lovely view, workshop, Insulated, good well. PP  $15,000.00. Easy, terms. , (  H. B, GORDON &  KENNETT LTD,  Phone 885*2013  Ron McSavaney 8K0.0050,',  9012*48  AUTOS & TRUCKS  '68. 325 hp OLDS, ^-NpcwHiy*  db stick lrt '55, 3250 lb.  whlto 2 door - Pontine."New  paint, Interior, Offers? Ian,  880-2077 or  Box  5417Gibsons,  i  9 cu. ft;, Refrigertor  ....    Oil Range,  exceptionally .fine condition  Kelvihafor Automatic  Washor  Zenith Wringer Washer  5 yard load  A SIMPKINS.  Phone 885-2132  &  ' 9$3-t��n  SUPREME oil range, good condition.   Reasonable.   Mrs.  H.  T. Bishop, West Sechelt.  9601*48  Paint - Fibreglass - Rope  Canvas - Boot Hardware  WALT NYGREN WALES'  LTD.  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-9303  7857-tta  LEGAL  NOTICES  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  TLAIiD ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply to  Lease Land  In Land Recordmg-" District;  of Vancouver and situate on;  South shore of North Lake.  Take notice that William Richard Marshall of 8569 Hudson  St., Vancouver, B.C. occupation welder intends to apply  for a lease of thc following  described lands;  Commencing at a post plant-  (Hl at N;W. corner of DL 70007  G.P.I. N.W.D.; thence 198 feet  West along shoreline; thenco  South GfiO feet; thence 198 feet  East to W. boundary; thence  North to point'of commencement , and containing, 3 acrcsi  more or les, for the pur[K)se  of summer home.  William   Richard  Marshall  Dated October 9th, 1965.  2.J34���Pub. Nov. 3, 10, 17, 21,  wharf, house unfinished, on GIRL'S coat, size,,5, Orion pile,  Pender water systcmr-FP $12,- as now.. 885*2183. 9009*48  500.00. Terms,  iBARGE circulating heater, hnd  "' only two Arcs In it, 2 largo  windows 6' 10" x 46", Phone  880*244,., 9044*40  .**-h-  *  ���ri .  i >  �����)itwW?iilittVl(t-*ito*FBw!T;  Electric  0O4O-5O   Renuw,  /Sunnycrest Shopping Plaza  GlbSsons, B.C,  J.^,L1'X ���..,,��������� 0003*48  SPECIAL'   said���work     \moiH,  nnw and iifltid, Sechelt-Shoo  0011-50  Form No. iQ to.;  (Scclion 82) M  Notlco   of   Intention   to   Apply  lo Lease Land  In Land RccordlnK District ot  Vancouver and situate on Soulli  shore of North lake.  Take notice that Albert Edward  Dawson of 80-10 Carltler Street,  Vancouver, occupation barbor-  Intehds to apply for a lease  of the following described  landsi���    ., p.-.,'..������/.,.  CommenelnK at a post planlod  at N.W. corner of, DL 6999 GPL  N,W.D.��* thenco 7We��t -a 1 o nU  shoreline to N.K., corner of  L7000 125 fl, more or lcsi)|j  thenco South 000 ft; ihcnCQ East j  >m ft, lo W. lloundnry of Lot  699��; thence North to point of  commencement 'and containing  3 acres, more or less, for tho  purpose of homosllo... , '  ���Albert Edward'Dawson  Datccf- 22 Soptombor,  1005.  mWUb, Nov. a,'JO, 17, 24-  1005. < >7,  AA  w��pW*maSw^irt*^^i����i��^��s*fc**iw.*^k"j  .., *.,,  A ***. MOT**. .��  4��<nn��  i,i��.|^(i   j'-'ip-jm'uftj" 4Mt')mu,^,,u\ ..  .j-/ ��ff*.  ��<�� 1  i   ��� j r ' '    '      A\  i<fj-*.'j-p  ^mU^h^rm ,w.^pi.^ot**-JI***->p��**-i*'*''"  ^';rri*'.-.-*>-^*'~*-s5.*i"-afv,- *���. -  m -r.  "nrvr    -i -*�����������_    ��-* l.V*-*��**a     ^*^*     ���f      *���* -(- *-i' ���*���"'������*"  ��**_-��-(.    ��.    .  LEGAL NOTICES (ConU LEGAL NOTICES (Cont'd)     Wedv Nov. 17# 1965    Sechelt Peninsula Times    Page 3  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  1  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply to  ' " - Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver, British Columbia  nnd situate North Shore of  Skookumchuek Narrows in the  vicinity of Egmont.  Take notice that Erika Hilda  Behrisch of 1698 West 64th Avenue, Vancouver, B.C., occupation Housewife intends to apply  for a lease of. the following described lands:  Commencing at a post planted being the S.E. corner of the  applied leasehold and beside  a post planted by Joseph William Bancroft, being the Southwest corner of his leasehold applied for thence 3 chain west  along the high water mark;  thence 10 chains or less north;  thence 3 chains east; thence 10  chains or less south, back to  point of commencement and  containing approx. 2V�� acres,  more or less, for the purpose  of a campsite.  Erika Hilda  Behrisch  Dated at Egmont, B.C.  October 9th, 1965.  950$-Pub. Oct. 27, 3- 10, 17, '6-5  - Sechelt Peninsula    -  Unitarian Fellowship  Regular Meeting  each Thursday  8:00 p.m. J  Earl Hauj Camp        j  Roberts Creek !  Notice of Intention to Apply"  7 '        to Lease Land  In Land Recording District of  New Westminster, B.C. and  situate on Nelson Island, B.C.  Take notice that Joyce Fell  of Vancouver, occupation:  Secretary intends to apply for  a lease of the following described lands: Commencing at a  post^ planted in S.W. corner of    grudgingly.  ' nMnnipa-l     1.T.4-        -nrt..Av  '    I_.      tvt_l<_* .      1____���     ._  Royal Bank report . > . .  Letter of complaint  __        '' '     "��� A A  calls for diplomacy  THERE is no more testing' exercise in - business than  Golf club plans -  making progress  EXECUTIVE of the ^Sunshine  ., Coast Golf and Country Club  met lasts week in" the office of*  H, ti, Gordon and Kennett, .Sechelt.. ' '  ,    ,.  The. membership   committee  reports membership is now in  the handling-of complaint letters.  Do not do it   excess rf 130 and stiU climbing  j^:���-i.' '* s i * ; '  Th*. m*_rani7��finn hoc nnu- hp..  proposed lotf approx. V_ mile'  W. from Fearney Pt.'thence 660  ft. North; thence 198 ft. East;  thence 660 ft. South; thence 198  ft. West and containing approx,  2% acres, more or less, for the  purpose of summer home.  -JOYCE FELL  Dated Sept. 25th,  1965.  9635���Pub. Nov. 10, 17, 24, Dec,  1, 1965.  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District of  New Westminster, B.C. and  situate on Nelson Island, B.C.  Take notice that James Farris  of Vancouver, occupation: mechanic intends to apply for a  lease of the following described  lands:���-Commencing at a post  planted in S.E. corner of proposed lot, approx. ->_ mile W.  from Fearney Pt. thence 660 ft.  North; thence 198 ft. West;  thence 660 ft South; thence 198  ft East and containing approx.  2% acres, more or less, for the  purpose of summer home.  ���JAMES TARRIS  Dated Sept. 25, 1965.  9636-Pub. Nov. 10, 17, 24, Dec.  ...i,.. 1965. ,,,,,���.,,,,,.,,..,.. .,.,.,��� ���.;.,,���,���  A local ordinance in Lefors,  Texas, prohibits a person from  taking more than three swallows of beer while standing up.  A new hat Usually gives a  woman enough courage to tell  her husband how much it cost.  BUSINESS DIRECTORY  NICK'S ELECTRIC   '^Pender'.., Harbour  For all your wiring needs  Commercial - Residential - (  Industrial  Phone 883-2516  R.R.I, Madeira Park  i'i     'i   ',"     "p'lu'lilini"   ''   '' ! "i'     '.i '���.'  "ii  .in ll  .    P . ,  Marine Supplies Service  GARDEN BAY  BOATWORKS  A COMPLETE LINE OF  BOAT REPAIRS  Garden Bay, B.C.  Phono 883-2366  II"���     *  'II-IW   WIW-ll'l mwn i> ���������-iiii-i-.i  ��-IIMHIMII��|ll lift  Scow* ���< Log*  SECHELT TOWING  fl, SALVAGE LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving  & Log Rowing  , L. HIGGS  1   ,   Phono 885*9425  Phone 885-2062  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Electrical Contractors  Appliances - Electric Heat  L.&H. SWANSON LTD.  Septic Tank* ond Drain Fields  Backhoe and Front End  ' Loader Work  Screened Cement Gravel  Fill and Road Gravel  Phono 885*9666  Box 172 > Sechelt  ELECTRA-CLEAN  Upholstery Cleaning  Carpets - Furniture -  Rugs  ffor..appointment  Phone 886-9890  Frank E. Decker  OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block (  Gibsons  Every Wednesday  886-2166  PENINSULA  BUILDING SUPPLY  "The House With A Heart"  E. J, Caldwell, Proprietor  Don 97 . Socholt. D.C.  Phono Socholt 885*9669  A letter of > complaint is advance warning of a- possible  rupture with your correspondent. A most effective' tactic is  to treat it as a constructive  suggestion about how to improve your service., Tell your  correspondent he has done you  a good turn. A quite moderate  degree of conciliatory behaviour will placate your correspondent and win him over -to  the adjustment you jsuggest.  Above all, if you or your firm  are in the wrong, admit it  quickly, and whole-heartedly.  Instead of trying out an alibi,  or working around to your confession by degrees, come right  out and say "You are entirely correct" or "You are quite  right to* complain". One of  .Confucius' most famous sayings is that "a man who has  jmade a mistake and doesn't  correct it is making another  mistake."  Seldom is it safe to joke a-  bout a complaint. People with  complaints usually crave sympathy, not humour. Sarcasm is  a sharp weapon and is sure to  leave a deep -wound. To make  your correspondent appear ridiculous ��may -give^ybu-a narrow sort of satisfaction, but result in grevous" harm to your  firm or your cause.  Your letter of apology for a  mistake need not, be tear-stained, but it should be sincere and .  should evidence your integrity  and chivalry. As Princess Victoria wrote in her diary: "People* will readily forget an insult or an injury when others  own their fault and express  sorrow or regret at/what they  have done." The letter of apology should be signed by an  officer of importance in your  organization. This demonstrates  to the man with a grievance  that he is someone of account.  Do not let your people bottle up complaint letters. Keep  a "hot line" open. If an employee takes half a day to decide that a complaint is worth  passing upstairs to his manager, and the manager hesitates for a day before admitting that a customer has found  fault with someone or something under his management,  and one of your assistants holds  back the letter until you are ih  a receptive frame, of joiind-r-  then you have lost the priceless advantage of quick action.  The organization has now been  formed under the societies, act  and alternative ' sites for the  proposed golf 'course are presently being investigated.    .  In the meantime, village  council of Sechelt has plains to  develop a 180-acre property at  West Porpoise Bay as- a golf  course. This is available at this  time to the village on a nominal lease from the provincial  government. It has been decided, however, to await the  expansion of village boundaries  taking in West Sechelt and including the proposed golf course  area, which could then be deeded over to council by order in  council.  Minister of Municipal Affairs,  Dan Campbell plans to attend a  public meeting in Sechelt December 14 to discuss the ' expansion proposals.  THE TIMES  IS A  UNION-LABEL   NEWSPAPER  BE THE (. BAPTIST  CHURCH  SECHELT  SERVICES  Sunday School��� 10 a.m.  Church Service��� 11:15 a.m.  Prayer - Wednesday 7:30 p.m.  pastor:  You are invited to attend  any or each service.  SP*S  er  THE chief topic of conversation in Pender Harbour this  week is our triuittjto*. ^. the,  volleyball tournament'. in" Pow**  ell River last weekend. The  Pender Senior Boys took first  place in the tbuxnaimeht against five different schools in  the area. The senior girls tried  very hard and tied for second  place.  The Futu��e Nurses Club is  planning to work in the hospital in Sechelt as "Candy Stripers."  The students of Pender Harbour are now busily preparing  for the annual Carnival which  :.."V77v___.By Leonard Graves ������  Should take place around*Nov-  ember 26th. This should create  a">tot'-'Of':.:-_iua;^dAh|^^\tO'-'^ise  funds lor, future school activities.  While dining in a New York  restaurant, carefully watching  my coat and hat, somebody  stole my glass of water.  ST. JOHN'S^  UNITED7GMURCH  Wilson Creek. B.C.  Sunday School���9:45 a.m.  Divine Worship���11:15 <-��.m.  . Led by Miss H. E. Campbell  ���    *  Except on 2nd Sunday each  month  Family Service���11:15 a.m.  Divine Service���3:30 p.m.  Led by Rev, W. M. Cameron  Sunshine Coast  Gospel Church  (Undenominational)  Sunday School 10 a.m.  Church Service  11:15 a.m.  PASTOR REV. S. CASSELLS  Selma Park Community Hall  The  Anglican Church  OF CANADA  Rector Rev. James, B. Fergusson, B.A.- L.th.  . Phone 885-9793  Sunday, November 21 sr, 1965  ST. MARY'S���GARDEN BAY  Communion���-11 ;Q0 a.m.  CHURCH OF HIS PRESENCE  Evensong-;���3:00 p.m.  ST. Hll-DA'S^-SECHELT  Evensong���-7:30 p.m.  -#*As**l*S*W��iil WBM��! WW��M*W*l��i����^*'-:  Phono 885-2062  ECHELT  ERV5CES  PORPOISE BAY  (Sechett)  B.C.  Air Charter & Aircraft Maintenance  Fishing  >mwiiw#it&!mm*&#ift*  .t*(.l��:U,S(ti-(iii>��Mijl*��lt MSiitK-MlMM km  TREE FALLING  TOPPING OR REMOVING  'LOWER LIMBS FOR VIEW,  Insured work from Port Motion  to' Ponjder Harbour  PV SERVICES LTD. .  Marvon Volon 886-9946  Dlgby Porter 886-9615   -.-.'HI-HEAT.      ���  SALES and SERVICE  for all your heating  requirements  4 Oil Co/s Finance Plana  C, E. (Cal) Tingley  Box No, 417, Sechelt  085-9636 ��� 805-9332  .-stft��-,wij*#t4t��*#si  ���Miifirtai^fcr. ^-j ^i��fc��^^  Huntmg  i >i,.-   -        ������',*������,  Freight  Air Taici  Contract Flying  wtodtwwww**'j^y ��� ^ (sswjiw- u <mt>  Sightseeing Tours  Timber Cruising  Air Ambulance  PHONE SECHEIX;^ BOOKTrUGHT  _���:  4,.- *-  ���I  I  _  p.  *  ��  _  -N  '-J  \  A  i  7  *  1  x,  -  X  1     I  u  >' 11  I  II-    I  I   ��� I  ./�����*��,';,,'  't  *  vApyr v��v..V'^-'-4*,-fr--  ���"--.- -r,,..  >'��*��*      _->:���* *  Hit  I"  ,1 -  ..a  ��  f  itii-^  _l "~-n r  Sechf-lt Peninsula^awM  '  f  '"lAnav be wrong, but 1 shall not be so wrong as to fail to say what I believe to be right"���-John Atkins  ** -        '        - ' * J . -  Wednesday, November 17,1965 ���  ' "'   ���    "   '  li-"i   'i"  'l-i-jiiii   -if** ���  lite Fistse�� ��f Polities  .  ELECTION promises which long ago degene- whichever party they represent., AH at once our  rated to a music hall joke, have been kindly politicians find themselves consumed  given an airing and are now back on the with an ardent desire to improve the lot of our  shelves awaiting Such time as another election senior citizens, yet the speed' with which they  iwilFbe deemed necessary.  " To those who are still able to smile des-  ���.pite the enormous expense, the whole sorry  business will be treated as a humorous four-  act play, inwhicn the leaders of the plot take  turns to out lie each other into the ground.  Without doubt, 4he foremost performer in  the fiasco was Johlt Diefenbaker who! proved  a past master in the art of smear, slur  ani_7orat��rv verbiage. In this respect he deserves credit and certainly his speeches-had no  lack of color, even though they finally became  a little monotonous,  The unfortunate aspect of the whole busi  forget when elected is indeed remarkable.  One of the stranger aspects of an election  is that the gullibility of the electorate is such  that a candidate sufficiently-honest to speak  the truth and promise nothing/bats his head  against the proverbial brick wall, and. invariably drops by the wayside.  An example of this was obvious by the  failure of the conservative candidate Boyd  Shannon who made no secret Of "his views on  medicare, or the fact that he favoured a breakwater at Renfrew rather than Sechelt.  However, all is-now over-and behind us  and we certainly have little to complain* about  in the popular choice. Jack Davis conducted a  ness of electioneering is that so many people    quiet and dignified campaign and folly de  _->  _- ll_.   ____ _,   i?__;V"L   __��   .*.-._*__-��_*--.-!-.-.   umrtK   locc  thon  _._. _J    __._._   __.___.____.___   *_��_   ���*.&��_-..-.     T+   _i_i.-n��   _-*_-_��-v___-_���__-   -__r_i  pin'such great faith in promises worth less than  the paper they get written upon.  Regular victims at each election are the  'old age pensioners who suddenly findthem-  selves very dear to the hearts of all candidates,  served his return to office. It _tow remains for  him to come up withvthe/bfeakwafer and prove  the visiousriess of his opponents who all attempted-to Question his .integrity/ as a means  of furthering their own dubious cause.  ���MUNICIPAL elections will be upon us again  shortly, and reports are that all seats will  be contested, which is good in that it shows the  .public is ,at least staking an interest in community affairs.  Caution, however, is called for, for it is  essential to the progress of the district that only  sincere, competent and unbiased individuals  be appointed to control the affairs of the village. ,  Of prime importance is the elimination of  those who seek office as a means Of farthering  their progress up the social ladder. There are  candidates who represent splinter groups of  rabble raisers, out ;to avenge some, petty incident which affected them in the past.  A a' These ate but a cross section of the types  often attracted to the local political- arena,  leaving a small percentage of teatlydependable  candidates. * 1,r  We are fortunate in a small community in  that most pi the, contestants are well known in  the area, what they have contributed toward  v the village affairsln the past* and their reasons  'for seeking office- is also:generally known. .  These, are all 'aspects war Wilting serious  -consideration, particularly when the seat of a  sitting candidate is to be contested; The main  ^B^flg^e ^te^^*m��|<p>^  '[''Most A people 'Aare"' bothered 'By'  those passages* of Scripture  ?do :not, nrtderstatfd,but|,,.;,.7  passages that bother*me: are���'-those'  I do understand", ��� Mark Twain  r  i  i '  WHAT IS GOD MKE?  THE'ANSWER Is lhat He will be found to be 'exactly'  V      like Jesus. "He that Ithth seen mc/' said Jcvus,  l"hmh seen the Father." Christ walked with men 00.  caiih that he might show them what God is like and  (make known, the true nature of God to a race that  Vi had .wrong ideas about Him,This was only one of the'  things He did while here ih the flesh, but this He did  iwith absolute perfection,  ! 'From Him we learn how, God acts toward  ��� people. Tho hypocrittciil, thcbftitically insincere, will  ifind Him cold and.aloof, .as Ihey once fbund Jesus;  ,bul lhe penitent will find Him merciful; the sc|f-  '.condemned will find Hirn generous 'and* kind, To the  'frightened He is friendly, to the poor, in spirit He Is  iforRiylng, to Ihc ignorant, considcraK?; to the weak,  iueriilc; to (lie MVangcr, Il-.>sp|inbi6,, ,  ,,,      By our own attitudes wc ttctcrnjinc our reccp-  ition by Hint, Though the kindness of Owl is nn  -HntinlicrovCTflowlnrfVri^  inol force IIis attention upon us. if wo < would bo welcomed as the Prodigal was, wc must M as the  Prodigal came; and when wc bo come, even though  the Pharisees mid the Icaglists sulk without, there will ,  \ku feast of welcome within, nhd music and dancing  as tho Father lakes His child again to His heart.     ,  Thc greatness of God arouses fear*' within us,  but His goodness encourage* us not to be i��fn.id�� of -  Him, To fear nnd not tp ho jifrnld ..-��� that .M'th��-,,  ( paradox of faith. .    . .     ..  ���S, Cas-*ellv-Sunsb,lflc CoaM Oospei Church  issue here would be, is his experience to be discarded for a newcomer who might ih time  prove to be inferior anyway. It takes a new  commissioner two years to really acquaint himself with the municipal act, as well'^as7V'to"'  familiarise himself with the countless problems  and-answers with which he has to deal.  This experience is *of immense value and  unless a commissioner iis av ccanplete * loss, it  could be a great'mistake-to cast* him aside for  a newcomer who has to start ail over again.  V-   No one is perfect and without doubt, all  our existing commissioners have made the odd  mistake during their term  in office. Nevertheless, they have done a epmmandable job  under the circumstances. Some; of their decisions have been criticized "but they invariably  gave each issue the utmost consideration first.  One member at a recent ratepayers meeting, complained he knew nothing of what  transpired in-council other than what he; read  in his newspaper. This is an extremely stupid  remark, for, the meetings are open to anyone.  Indeed, couricil;of Gibsons; recentlyTvent; to  the fcxpc rise Of providing largeirjahd yery;;nece^���  sary tjjuartcrs^ in otder that coriifortabie seating  be available to the; public;  v      The answer then, is, think carefully, and  a.k those who condemn otirf present council,  whether thcyphave ever taken time out to sit in  .. on. a' council :;meetihg.;p.ii.,pp:vr:..;.;:'V':;^-7rwv-''!-v'v-:;p^^'-p;7-  Certainly some idea may be obtained by  reading the newspaper; Space, however; is not  they 7 available to relate the ntmrerous discussions  j,iiy: and  investigations .carried  out 'by 'commissioners before a'Verdict is reached on any important problems* 7  More th^n ever, your vote will be needed,  but, think hafd and;long first.  \_ti  Ptige 4   'Sechelt Peninsulo-Times    Wed., Nov* 17, 1965  The Reader's Right  *    " | 1��� ii- ���  -��� ���     " i���^������  *J' tetters to the Editor must carry a signature and address, aUhough a     ,  * pen-name may be'used for publication.  wind blows. On the Nanaimo  ferry you are lucky' to get a  respite from the smell for 60  minutes or less���then * Harmac  again, Crofton and Alberni.  We have a wonderland here  in B.C. not only for the tourist trade (which thc Boards of  Trade are doing their best to  promote) but also for ourselves  and future generations.  This summer has been one  of the best for some time and  yet the latter part of August  and most of September, the  Forestry had the whole province in a fog, smog, or what  have you, from slash fires. The  freight trucks are taking over  the highways, with diesel  smoke belching out every mile  of the way and if you canfi  get by them, you end up with  a headache for the rest of the  day, especially on a freeway  where you can't stop or get  off.  I have talked with several  people who are conducting research on smells and smoke,  Who say it is not-too costly to  eliminate   pulp   mill  odor.,. so  why not? ,       ......p...,,-..,.      ; 7,  ";'"' T" agree*'with"' Mr." Kug''''tl.at"  everyone and every organiza;  tion, particularly the Tourist  Assoc, should work toward ~J the  elimination of this objectionable srfieli which for some time  Advice ignored  Editor, The Times:  - Sir���a clipping entitled a  "Sad, Sad Road Story" taken  from a recent issue of' the Sechelt Times, regarding road  work carried out in the Village  of Sechelt, has come to our attention.  We take exception to the derogatory manner in \Vhich this  article was written, and there-  tore feel obliged to clarify for  the benefit of your readers any  misconceptions they may have  regarding this paving program.  Our company was approached  by your council and requested  to submit prices for shoulder  work, road patching and flush-  coating of various roads in the  village and asphalt sidewalks  on Cowrie Street.  * In May of this year we were  requested to prepare a revised  quotation substituting a less expensive flushcoat treatment in  ���place of Hotmix asphalt for  sidewalks on Cowrie Street*We  submitted our quotation covering: this substitution together  With a letter advising council  that to consider using a flush-  coat treatmept.aoh.ssidewalks,  was,-based on our experience,  extremely unwise, we felt .that  it would have a high nuisance  value when used in a heavily  trafficked area. We strongly  suggested that the hot asphaltic  HIT��  ?I*>W#WW**M��'!��*V,-1" ���  BsBtor PmtimJtfhm  Published M-cdncfdny.. *t -Scchetc  on ��,C|% Sunshine Coast  ..,,-' .........,;,'.���7,'^-. p.-by.p" p.-.'. ....... .V. ,  Sechelt Penlmulft Tim** IM,  Box 381 - Scch6lt,<W.C,  Serving lhe area from I'nrt 7^<*//on; to Ugmonl  (Howe Spmul lofmls Itdet)  Douglas G, Wheeler, mtor  S\ 11, Alsgard, Publisher  "Su^ertpWon'Ttnteiif '; "' ""  (In advance J *  1 Year, p - 2 Years, $!> - 3 Yen���, $13  U.S. and Foreign, $5.50  mix should be used. However^   has madewsome of our beauti  ful Gulf Islands unlivable and  is now reaching out over our  whole province;  BAN-THE-POKG  Cheap lumber  Editor, The Times .  Sir���With  reference to  your  article  "Giant  trees  of  the  past." The "Cary"  tree from  and; to  be carried -out under. Seymour ^Vallcy!wa^f475l7 high,.  lirection. This would   25'  wi<-c  at the  butt,  it  was  as explained to us, for reasons  of insufficient funds our recommendation could not be heeded.  We were therefore instructed to  flushcoat the sidewalks on gravel base prepared by the municipality.  We 'would also like to point  out that the shoulders and'thc  potholes were to be paid for on  a unit price per square yard  ., , /*r a smile be ypur umbrella  A TTiissionary deep in the jungle came upon a  witch doctor who w^ pounding hfs drum furioutly,  "What glvc-t?", askc^l thc mlMionary with M>mc  trepidation, V V  , '^c have Ino water,",explained the y^ich doctor,'.;  "So you're praying for raln?'f ventured thc miv  sionary,'1. .   >''     V   :y y ���'      ",' "'  "Not at air,"gapped the wjfch doctor,, "I'm  sending for Hie ^lumber," 7 1  'mjtmmftmwm?*!  fiaiwlii  municipal direction,  allow   council   to   control   the  ��� amount of work to be done to  suit their budget.  It is this company's policy to  endeavor to give satisfaction,  and we object most strenuously  to the- implcauon that we  should be "paid up and written  ������off|| considering that we have  provided thc services in question as requested by and under  the :direction- of , responsible  municipal officials;   ,    7  ���SCOTLAND & ADAMSON  Paving Ltd.  Obnoxious smells  Editor, the Times        ,  Sir--With reference to Mr.  Ben Lang's recent article; I  have been wondering just; how  long it would take, to have at  least one resident of the Sunshine Coast reach outand  make a stand on the obnoxious  smells of the' Pulp1 Industries!  As individuals wc arc not allowed t�� . pollute thc ; district  with smoke, litter the highways, disturb the peace and  many more , "dp.-, nots"., and  rightly so, ,;       ' :"h  Why should industry got a-  way with not only polluting  the districts where Uicy < aro  but the whole country for  miles around.  If you leave the Sunxhino  Coast to. travel, to Vancouver  Island by ferry you Inhale the  odors of Port Mellon, Woodflb-  ro and 1 Harmac, when a south  0- wide 2CO* up, with birk 16"  thick. There used to be a section of thLs tree displayed on.  chocks outside  the old   North  Vancouver  municipal   jiall7 $  Lynn v"ailey, it had strap Iron  bands cinched around to keep  it from  splitting;   this  section  was  9.'  wide  taken  from  200'  up, .and about 20' Idng.  I saw  this .section   several   times   in  .1919-20 on, I....... :\ 7  It was computed that the  Carary tree scaled rt little under 200,000 BM of lumber yal-  ue, enough to build 20 good sized houses of that tlrne.Incid*  erdally J bought No. l lumber,  clean, 'sawed,"'straight'and true  for $12 per ��� lOQO feet BM delivered ' from Vancouver to  Capilano, at that time; 1919. \  TOM, GIBSON  Francis Peninsula  THE  TIMES  IS A  UNION-LABEL   NEWSPAPER  NEED A CAR?  NEW or USED  TRY  Mstor Prod.  SICMEU, B.C,      ,'  Ph. 003-aiH -Ted FareWell  aajsa  n.__mrjy_  ���W��^1l^l**tii���p��^r^!iiriSiiiM_*H'  Credit Union  7    pSccholf, 0,C.  OHH TU1S, to PRI,  11 a.m. to 5 p,m.  .  Ufe So-WnQ* Innrqnco  to a maximum of $2,000;  Lotin Protection Imwronco  f�� $10,000,  i. *% *. ,^  i  ..; -.��i,.!..7i��,,��� '   1 a. 'v it 'A" 1    ���'. i i������!����i��J**j  [ ���*��t��Ji**'��*M **U*"*|*.-J   ^.^iJ  J ^-. p-1  .,<*--*���  v., ,***--���     I1      -.     --   *.V I  *-w->*_i>"'--.    �����-**-lTf*W ,***_'  1 j, **m~ v., ���*--   v     Wft*      -A-* ****V        WV->  ���*  1       T  ^  A&A'tt*  ' M-WP,  l.tt-  io*y .i  ?-"3_  _ _���  fi/1  need   an   abundance   of  new   :Wjed��� H��v.17, 19*55.   Sechelt Ren insula Tiipe^   l��age^  members, buj.-the��� question.-re*' -*-���-��*���","���u ������-.. ir"���r������*���--.���-���*��� ������ ���*-���������' - - _���������;���^--y. 7^'uV&'' "  -mains: How,d? yojt get, people* -   .    * -   ,,-mains: ��ow, a? yojt get. people  ,-^ a       a ,        .     I      \ .7;"      -'^-v*      '  -.-**,*. Hemst-ee. - jKy-W-f?��'' Sechelt ��� seeia* nofe&f-"* 7S77  I HAVE a little poem���Roses are red,.violets*-ate blue,- modern square, dancing,, turn  * . if it's fun Vou want, then_ square��d��nciiig is" for''?P.a* tlMr dances on*���e; foI;  '.m��� / -���  ?,.���, : ,. �����.:,'������    low the ten commandments of  * Now, how is that for a-start-    12 nights-"that we have  er, - brilliant,   wot?   Well-11, I    the night school - program,  ���r . r      .. .   .  thought so; anyway we had an-    let's make the Pender Harbour    �� y��n> ,and above ��"..�������_.J-*.  ving, if jrou gousqu$re -dancing,1  ���With Your Neighbours1'  progressing very well indeed.  Question ��� Are there any  more couples around the Pen-.  <ler Harbour area interested  in square dancing? If so we  would be very glad to have  them join the classes at the  earliest Tuesday night possible.  You see, we should close the  classes next Tuesday* night so  that we can progress on schedule, that is, we should not take  any   new - members - into   tbe  become'top dancers. Of course  there is no limit to the fun that  one can have, even while you  are learning.' Ask any square  dancer:     ' -7���   - - -   -  The Sechelt Promenaders  squared up Saturday night for  an evening; of fun,; which? they  really had.        .  The meeting -after the- dance  ended, with,the same,executive  in office due to the fact that  a brother of Mir. J. Watson and    ter of the World, are Mr/ari^ .  $/fxs. T." Ivan Smith and Mrs��|  Lloyd' Turnfisr;- members,of the; ,  local lodge. 7/7 7  ta -*���  Bjrg, I^eo Johnson .and-Tt/Lzg.\r*Jr  Robert Kent are at PoweU B&7~ -"���  Mrs. W, B. Sittings-    ver attending the CWI_ wo.fe-.7  . . , .-.���   recently ��� celebrated   fheir    shop. f -'-r-i��-'.  the nce-w Brazil, .or is it cof- , 56ai^ wedding anniversary. Mrs.   Teresa   Mulligan *-wks7' -  fee m China? So see;you at the      .Mr> and j^, w H> Parsons    entertained at a dinner party..  away/ on  a   vacation  in  San   on the occasion of her birthday'  Francisco.      ' ...  square dance.  ... - at the home of Mrs. O. Korgajn.'  Aj,woman who runs a nursery     -Miss Gerry Jervis and Miss    with intimate members of;her,,  school in San Bruno, .California, was delivering a station-  wagon--load, of' Mda. hornet one  day. when a - fiye truck zowned  past. Sitting.* on,- the,fropt $ seat  was   a   Dalmation   dog/ The  Margaret Mclntyre in their annual trip-to the Desert. Their  friends- from Nelson - Island*  Mr... and Mrs:, L. E. Maynard  in'-,th��ir home until their return  in' a^few months.  .   'Mr.*  C.   C*   Lawrence" and-  family.  club -as wo do each night- we some  have to start at the begin- which in tbe overall rules of  ning. Thusly, slowing down the -square dancing may not be el-  other square dancers which in - ected unless they volunteer for  turn would make it impassible a position. Most of the oihix  to complete the required num- dancers have held. office be-  ber of lessons in a very short fore  so  the  Promenaders   do  children.feE* to- discussing7the  the  club  only hajs^tvyo  sets,    dog-s duties. /'They use *hiiti��ta;^ daughter Claire Ann-here for  being'   nejvJ-'-Hiembe'rs    keep, tfie; crowds  back,"^said" "the weekend at their summer  one   five-year-old.>'"No,"   said  "home. -  another,   "he's   just  for   good      Amongst prominent members  luck."   A   third   child   brought - cf  the  Independent   Order  of  the argument to an end. "They  use the dog," he said firmly,  "to find the fire plug!"     ,  "Times" AdBriefs  are  MIGHTY MIDGETS  r-f (**��� *���*  Oddfellows to attend reception  and banquet in Vancouver honoring   Mr.   James  Main,   who  �� ' z  1  Ai  - .  - t  '-i  AI  i  *  'A'*  A *  t  t  f  3  ��  *  t  ew5 ci��t  Cfralu Saw Centre  Wilson Creek  Dealers for P.M. 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LOWEST COST ADVERTISING ON THE PENINSULA!  ���>' ������'*���������,  .-1.   , i *  ���., i. p.-  ...f;AA.zz  .' ���?  ���I- _j"'   ��.  .- r   ��'���. _*2  *^*fe��M��("4''^^ffl.^j.t��PiP(*P��lP��f^PPiWPPtP*��PP*B   *2     U*���b>,,a*&iam&.M&MW%0l,  *;:H  ,..,. i^.  fcv  #    Pender Harbour, Port Mellon, Gibsons residents may  t* *fcMf*w#B*Msu��W*t-.��*iM< ��jfeiJ ��ifcUiw����*i*p  *****��*^*��*^*4!>'^*��J^^* V'^��**'*i��^*w**��**H*'^^  (OR LEAVE YOUR ADBRIEFS AT COIN DRY CLEANERS, GIBSONS)  ������WVW��a������*# (j. | ���  wte^)��_MwftM^tt*4|W��fe>  ^t-_? yJimed  ,'.��.������.     P.:  ���jj-^#ni^.st^(*M^*p��*Ms***'lS  I     I  ���nm ?:>3$r<a.^  i   /���   m  t     _,_�� ���       .- .,     ���  .   #   �� C,h,  rrjfW*��i^--tK)*J^i��->-J***v**. v    *-*���(_ i**  .  -w* *tv^ i r�� U    JH i.f      *�����-�����  "_���      -"^^(^Jh-p^W    .J I~"*l-1_�� ^***-  'J -        v~  1^*Xal- i**f Wfi*  ���wl>.  Wed. Nov. 17, 1965    Sechelt Peninsula Times     Page,7,  I.  T  Egmont Eye  ���t-by John Duniop  ��HINK it ovet���A reminder that the Christmas-season  is, fast approaching is, beings broadcast .daily' oven  Vancouver radio stations. This reminder comes iri the'  form of spot announcements by the big department -  Stores'that" *now is the time for ail out-of-tovyn residents  to do their Christmas"shopping hy mail-order.' As"a result, many thousands of dollars will leave' the Sunshine  Coast during the next few weeks, monies which, if spent  locally, would be a shot in the arm to our. own economy   '  , Mail order shopping-may still  be of advantage in many of  the remote and isolated communities in our province, but  it is no longer practicable on  tbe Sunshine Coast, in this day  and age. Gone are the days  when a few, small local stores  provided only the immediate  day to day necessities and anything beyond that required* a  trip to the big city, or an order by mail. We have grown  up.  Today, in the area from Gibsons to Powell River, we have  many fine stores of almost^ every variety catering to the  wants of our papulation and at  prices, very little in excess and  in many cases, equal to those  of their city competitors. These  establishments represent a very  substantial capital investment  in the area, a confidence, on  the part of their owners, in-the  future growth of the Suashine  Coast and, last but by no  means least, the daily living  of many of our citizens. By  patronizing our own business  enterprises, whenever possible,  we are pumping life-blood into  tbe economy of our entire dis-  rict, assuring its steady growth  and assisting in the well-being  of our people.  - An old proverb says that  "Times change, and we change  with them". Why not give it  a try?  1  EGMONT EYEDROPS  Mrs. George Vaughan,- senior  member of the Vaughan elan,  has spent a few days in St.  Mary'& Hospital undergoing a  periodic check-up. With numerous groups of her family living close by, both here and in  adjacent communities, it is to  be hoped that this -still very  active great-grandmother and  early pioneer of this district,  will be her usual bright self  as the Christmas, holiday' sea-.  Son approaches.  Tony Saulnier*s many friends  will be glad to hear that he.  is progressing .favourably, after his recent Ulnes. Still hospitalized, and after three' weeks  in bed, Tony was allowed to  get up for a five minute period the other day. Good going,  Tony. You can't keep a good  man down.  Norman  Silvey,  son of  Mr.  and Mrs. Henry, Silvey and fa-*  ther of Mrs. Irene Jensen, all*  of Egmont, is spending a few  .days-hrbis oldjiaunts and re- ,  newing former ��� acquaintances,  jf^orm ^eft this  district aTwut'  10 -"years"- ,-agp /and - Since, ;tbat *  s-time has been, mainly employed .  in the offshore, fishing.fleet/,,,;   ,  Wednesday," t November  10th, 'J  , wasu a dirty.7 wet / and- windy  <lay,vbut\that did- itf>t*N prevent, *  most -, of 1 ourr HEgment1  ladies*  from, attending,tjhe^ final' semimonthly-tea of fthe 1S65Vseason. <  "Several! of the ?women;'had1 to' ,  >tra veil* same* distance hy' open  Jwat and-even;,this )iid*r<not det-"  er them/ This7isoiilyi one instance (there- have been- many "  more), of- tbe spirits andi co-operation that? has-been- shown4  by our gals _ia, their support  of the. Community  CIub> during, the current, season^ Mrs.  Pat Beale' toofe home the door  prize,  and Mrs.   Dorothy  Silvey* wash winner of. the- guessing, contest  I have an< idea.  that it would be mighty interesting  to have some of their  afternoon   sessions   tape-recorded; We coulfr then^raise additional funds* by- charging lor  the  playback.  Or better still,*  for suppressing it. How about  that?  Closing note; don't forget the  bazaar at 2 p.m. and the dance ...  at 9 p.m., at Egmont on Sat- '  urday, November 20th.   -  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  Sechelt  Beauty Safest  Mr., Omer Lepitre  Above Post* Office  Cuttingt-ond Styling    '  Tuesday, to-Saturday 9-5  "Your Stairway To  Hair Beauty"  Phone 8S5-SS25  mmmmmrmmtmm x  f * This free reminder of coming events is at service "ot.  SECHEirr AGENCIES: J.Tp_   Phone  Sechelt - Peninsula  Times direct-Jor iree listings, specifying "Date1 Pad".  ; Please note,that space is limited and some.advance deftesr."  : may have to wait their turn;- also, that this is 0 "reminder4.' ������ "  y listing only, and-cannot always carry'full details. <  , *. "  Nov.  18^���2:00 pm. _t. Hilda's Church Hall. O.A>.0.   ���  election of officers for 1966.  Nov.  19i���From rl 1   a.m.  Business^ &. Professional Wo- '  K     men.   Rummage  Sale,   Next   to   Wigards   Store.  Sechelt. . \ '  ��� Nov. 20���2. p.m. Madeira Park Community Hall. P.H.  Hospital Auxiliary Christmas Bazaar. * ���*'  Nov. 20���2-4 p,m. Activity Room, Gibsons Elementary "  ���    School. O.E.S. Fall Bazaar & Tea.  Nov. 24���2 p.m   St   Hilda's Church Hall. W.A. Annual    >  Fall Bazaar & Tea.  "Nov.   25���10  am.   Hospital   Cottage,   Sechelt.   Lions  ladies' Bazaar.  MOVING?. NOJ NO! NO!  WE HAVE���TO RICHTER'S BLOCK.  r \  COME���LOOK IT OVER.  SEC..EL? mmm W.  REALTY and; INSURANCE-.  Phone 885-2161  ^stop  banking  in a few minutes they'll be out again, with  all their banking done. Right now they want  to cash a cheque, get something out of their  safety deposit box, have their savings account  book made up. Next time? He may be in  about a.loan; she to buy a money order for  her aunt's birthday. An able, obliging staff  looks after them; and should they need help  on some financial problem, thc manager, is  there ��� a good man to talk things over with.  Complete service. Trained people. Convcn-  ,-��� . pp. .... ' i1  icn\,oiiestopbanking at your chartered bank.  THE CHARTERED BANKS  SERVING YOUR COMMUNITY  ,��w^^������,����.--.i,. in  u'     .-t.i ���  ["ii jfLiil.i.i-  r ��� T-Tt-i-^-.���iii��� -���--ii-l���iir���. i.-ti.i ���- imr ir'nun... ��� j,-^---***-"*�����������" ��**  Through 5}65Q branches, all across Canada,  (Iw chartered banks bring full'ranRc bank Ins  . within the reach of c vtr.yone.  _ 'AA  I  o  ���  >  _  i  v  r  - * *p __ I' ^^pp^Tl--*-S'"!Si"W*"p**pppp*��p*p*.w*#%-��*��"*i*(p|^ptteppW*^  V  f  f  ���    '  I  t  ,  t   I  y.  >       *  f  <  ��'  ���l      I  I  ��  -���^TfUrf* pj'rf  " I  Page 8     Sechelt Peninsula Times     Wed., Nov. 17, 1965  i,.  J*  ��  ��1  By LoriU ffilborn . . . .       C  Pender wedding unites  two pioneer families  MEMBERS of. two pioneer families were principals in  "a wedding ceremony, November 12, in Pender Harbour tabernacle, where Wendy Cledia Duncan and Ronald 'Charles Thomas Phillips exchanged vows before-  Reverend D. Cameron of Gibsons. ^_J  The bride is the daughter of  Proud moment  THE YOUNG people of Sechelt and surrounding district proudly honor the memories of those who fell in two world wars and the Korean conflict. Brownies,  Cubs7 Guides, Scouts and Residential School Band marched with the members of  the Royal Canadian Legion and the scarlet-ccated RCMP in the Remembrance  Day Parade to the cenotaph. Standing to attention they await the clear trumpet notes  nf the. Last Post, signalling two minutes silence.  .  - -   j  '       _ _ ���        '      y ���- School band - ' ��---  SECHELT Indian School Band brought a splash of color and a; warm glow to the  hearts of all who participated in the Remembrance  Day  ceremony  at   Sechelt.  This year the band was preceded by six little majorettes clad in red jackets, white  skirts, socks and berets.  Mrs. Thorne Duncan of Madeira Park. The groom is the  son of Mrs. Viola Phillips of  Vancouver, formerly of Egmont.  The church was decorated  with tall baskets of assorted  flowers which stood on either  side of the altar/ and a large  bouquet of yellow roses.  Given in marriage by her  brother, Roger Duncan, the  bride was beautifully attired  in a dress of white French lace  over pink. Her shoulder length  veil of matching lace was held  in place by a white coronet,  and she carried a bouquet of  pink roses.  Bridesmaid, Glenna Duncan,  sister of the bride, and flower girl Sheri Duncan, were costumed in blue satin, and carried bouquets of white carnations.  David Phillips attended his  brother as best man. and another brother Ralph Phillips  performed ushers duties.  Pianist was Mrs. Don Cameron and Mrs. Allan Walker,  soloist.  The Community Hall was.  decorated with pink and white  bells and streamers for the  reception where numerous  friends and relatives gathered  to extend good \yishes to the  i    young couple.  , The bride's flower-decked  Ji- .table was centered with a three  tiered wedding cake, flanked  by fell tapers. The cake had  been made by the bride, and  decorated by her mother.- Seated at the table with the bridal  party vyere the bride's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. M. War-  nosk; the grodm's grandmother, Mrs, Shaw; mothers of the  bride and the groom; and Rev-,  erehd and Mrs. Ackrbyd. Grace  was said by Rev. Ackroyd.  Toast to the bride, was miade  byTErhie Lee; and  the7 toast  to the bridesmaid  and flower  girl was made by Ed Warnock.  A surprise' toast by  master  of ceremonies, Bill Warnock,  was proposed to the grandfather and brother of the bride,  who celebrated on this date,  their 75th and 15th birthdays,  respectively.  Receiving with the young  couple, the bride's mother wore  a dress of cream lacel'oyer-  carmel satin with a dark brown-  halo hat. The groom's nioih^r  wore a dress of silk jersey  patterned in blue and blacky  and a black hat. .  The bride and groom led thft  first dance of the everting, witii  music supplied by the "Gills"  from Richmond.  The bride's bouquet was  caught by Vicki Lee,  For her departure, the bride,  chose a red suit with a tone  en tone pink blouse. The youiig  couple will reside in Vancouver.  Out of town guests included  Mr.   and  Mrs.  Ted  McCall  of  Richmond; grandmother of the  groom, Mrs. Shaw of Burnaby;  Janet   and   Ellen  VVarpock  of  Vancouver;    Louise   PeramakL  of UBC, Vancouver;- Mr.  and,  Mrs. Edward, Shaughnessy anp  daughter  Lynn, of New Wes>  minster. Mr. Shaughnessy, uncle   of   the   groom,   made   a  photographic record Of the occasion.  Why call it the beat generation? It's obvious nobody ever  laid a hand on it.  llEfB A  NEW or USED  TRY  Peninsula  Motor PM.  StCHILT. B.C.  Ph. 8flS.2111  - Ted Farewell  I   ,7. .STARTING SHOR^      ;   ^  Sponsored by the Sunshine Coast Lions  ROYAL CANADIAN  November '65  MRS..ELSIE Foster, president of the LA to Sechelt Royal Canadian Legion Branch  140, pays tribute to those who gave their lives in two* world wars. Perhaps symbolic of the new generation, as yet, untouched by war, tho new Canadian Maple Leaf  flag takes part in the first Remembrance Day Service since it's,official acceptance,  BOYS AGE I31/2-I9 YEARS  Are you interested in joining this fine organization?  ^  If so ��� Write Box 381 Sechelt or phono 885-2155  evenings. Uniforms supplied..  +-*.  ignmnnnnriMminnt*^^  i��Kw*��w&**��sfSai!*(mtt*w*>  Place of Quietf  ADVENTURE IN A B.C. PARADISE  i,     .'! .���     . 7  :.', : 7   k v    f #*��**���*-* ^^Iitel*^-^^*#1^(^W^*��������* MiU-  Margaret Mclntyre  :.,.. of Sechelt  ������     ��� ��� '1 .   1       ���.<<'.. 1  AVAILABLE AT THC TIMES OFFICE  $5.00   (plus 25c tax)  g Training is given in the following subjects:  RIFLE SHOOTING SEA HISTORY SAILING  PANDWORK SWIMMING  PILOTAGE BOATWORr?  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"7 ..   . ' .   .   V' lyV ,V ���  17  "*$? tv**"1   "*_  ,2 "V^ _  A  tK  \  p I*'**"  r "r>  Wed. Nov. 17; 1965     Sechelt Peninsula Times     Page 9  In Sechelt ...  Last Post   -    *     .   , 7   *    ... . "   . 7      r  *    *  THE BUGLER sounds the Last Post.at the Gibsons Remembrance Day ceremony  and for two minutes, Legionnaires stand in silence to the memory of" comrades  who failed to return from two world wars. " , -    ,  Bethel Baptist Church  Congregational supper 7  ALMOST .fifty persons, members and friends of "Bethel  "7* Baptist Church,/ Sechelt/ enjoyed an excellent sup-_  per on Monday/ Nov. 1.   '    ���y���:���-~i l ,  After tbe supper/the minis-,* ed by" modern pressures.  Vf 7  T  it  On parade  FINE WEATHER prevailed for the Remembrance cere- JSi S__ apSTthe^atoe  mony last Thursday and Cubs and Scouts added Citi_ea as being fair and rea-  considerably to the Gibsons parade. They are seen lin- sonabie.  ing up a few minutes before the .ceremony.   ���  terythe Bev. Arthur Willis, introduced the deacons and explained their , functions. Bill  Smitli gave a report on their  activities. The Women's Mis-  sionary Society was introduc-  I ed by the President, Mrs.  Dorothy Smith. A report showing help' given to Senior Citizens' Homes, food parcels for  overseas and money for missionaries was given by Mrs.  Garnet. Syd Spain, superintendent of the Sunday School, introduced his stsff and outlined  their work.  Future plans include a ^Family Service on Sunday, November 21 at 11:00 a.m. with children supplying the texts for "Instant Sermons" and a Christmas , Service on December 19.  The "Adventure Hour" will  commence on November 20th  at 10:30 a.m. with a program  of films, stories, competitions  and prizes/  T*he minister outlined plans  to meet informally in private  homes to discuss the Christian  way of life and problems rais-  The evening concluded  with .  a very fine film "The (Cornerstone of a Nation" supplied by  the Canadian Bible Society.  Surprise shower  with 40 guests  WENDY Duncan of Madeira  Park was guest of honor at  a surprise shower held on October 31st in the home of Mrs.  Isobel Gooldrup, Madeira Park.  Over forty guests were present to congratulate the young  bride elect on her forthcoming  marriage to Mr. Ron Phillips  of Egmont. Co-hostess at the  party was Miss Elaine Gooldrup who is presently attending-  nurses' training school in Van-"  couver. "  Mrs. Gooldrup especially en-  ' joyed the opportunity to honor  Wendy for 22 years ago she  was guest of honor at a surprise shower hosted "by* Wendy's  mother,'Mrs. L. Duncan.  Says Tony Gargrave . . .  Overhaul liquor laws  Col. McGugan not Czar  THE TIME has come when B.C. liquor laws need a complete overhaul, said Tony Gargrave,  MLA  (NDP-  McKercpe) recently. Gargrave also had this to say. about  British Columbia liquor laws:  The Mackenzie riding has  unique problems with the retail,  sale of liquor. It is the government's policy to maximize its  liquor profits and I have no  complaints with' that This  means that the liquor contj-ol  board declines to open new retail stores in relatively isolated  areas where sales are not large.  This means Uiat many rural  residents of British Columbia  must go a long way to a liquor  store.  , I think thc government should  permit grocery < stores of good  repute lo sell beer and wine  and I believe that the government should encourage' bona-  fido delivery agents nnd licensed truckers to initiate common-  sense delivery procedures  through outlying ureas for liquor purchased at government  liquor stores.  1   think fcthe  day  has   come  when   adult   British   Columbia  citizens should be able to consume liquor in their own homes  and in public places under proper regulations without being  harrassed by the police or feeling guilty, f rf  I have no complaint with the  policing of our liquor laws by  law enforcement officials and I  have no complaint about the  operation of the Liquor Control  Board. I am not one of those  people who thinks that Col. McGugan is a Liquor Czar. I personally think; Col. McGugan, the  chairman of the Liquor Control  Board (and its- only member)  is doing an exceptionally competent job.  Thc problem of our liquor  laws is in government policy  which docs need liberalizing. I  believe In strict discipline in the  manufacture, sale and consumption of liquor, but tho discipline ln tho form of leglsla-  TheVM  I   ���   ��   1   I   )   * M   t   ���:**����.��#   f   !   *   f   *   t   *   f   ��   I   I't   <   f A  W��Mt?SK*SWB��4*��^*l*JW!'(*W*i|'^^ *��^<*KW���ftl&i|,.  EGMONT COMMUNITY CENTRE CLUB  will hold its  ANNUAL FALL BAZAAR  .', in tho Clubhouses Hall on _.  Saturday, November 20th   at 2:00 p.m.  ELEPHANT,- CHRISTMAS GIFT STALLS  GRAB BAGS, ETC,  Big Pance in the evening,  9 p.m. to 1 a.m.  Live Orchestra  Musk for young' aha*:'old  Refreshments  of youfPersonal Backing Needs  The normal day**by-day personal banking needs of most Canadians are covered by three essential banking services. 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JC-Jwj-Ky-' ����� 1^ ���*        ��* J  ��*-*-��St-* ���."���nrf^^n.^^^iti.    *t_.J >''*��!��-'?_ ��t ��,��* mXStoX&tt'ii* jf?' -kri\*^>IBr��-^fci'4V?,?*>,v*<��_i  *-i^_dUli -*��sjL_V_j��_  .*)  r p.  "   k  *-  * j>  ** *"  .-������A  A  ��-.*���  H  ���_*  I.  Page 10*   Sechelt Peninsula Times    Wed., Nov. 17, 1965  ������ ���' ���*  - * -       - j  Water usage . ...  ������--i ii.- i, u *������  _.    ��. ,���,_r?l,���_������������������ i- ii. _n .,.*. " i, ��  Seek economic method  for domestic service  CHAIRMANiof water services, Sam,Fladager,.told.coun-'  ' cil that decision, of council to put domestic users on.  a flat rate rather than meters,-had-been, in the nature  of an experiment in order to ascertain the most economic  method. s    Langdale grows  "it is our intention to carry- ~j% r% I     1_    J     7i  LONG-AWAITED extension to, the Langdale school has now reached -completion1, ���rl ^^nt^^a^T^ttk    **���"' ^ &UuCf6t  providing an additional three classrooms. Funds would not allow the planned difference shows up we should  covered play area which is included in the^ next referendum totaling- almost three- consider  a  further" six-month  quarters of a million dollars.  S_T '"ELPf^SB1^1  **?*>*' .i?^*****.  :* *b"h  TO  period," he said. "At the mo*  ment, a small group is rumoured to be making an issue of it.  He told the Times later, "It  is hopelss to please everyone;  ill we- can do is- find out which  works out to> tiie advantage  of users  and* settle on  it.'  FIRE DOOR  Commissioner Fred Feeney  told council advised a special  fire door should be installed  in the new apartment block  furnace room: Such a door is  lesigned to ��� close, automatically  in the event of a fire, he explained.  It wa_r also pointed out that i  specifications   foe  such   buildings should be submitted to the  fire marshall for approval that  he might ensure it comes upp  to  fire  standards.  Clerk Charles Gooding, stated that all building by-laws  were subject to Fire Marshall  and"5!' Sanitary Inspectors approval.  Ornate building Commissioner    Jim    Drum-  NOW NEARING completion, the West Sechelt School is undoubtedly enhanced by   mond expressed the view that  the elaborate shake facia, large classroom windows and stucco finish. A cov-   council  should, start  toughem  ered plav area is at the rear,of the building which raced the-roadway. mJ[up ��? buUduigj>ermits, and>  r , ��� adhere   to   regulations.   "It  is  not enough to agree to a i>er-  mit simply because the builder is known as a good man," he  said.  TANK TRAP  Thc fence adjacent to the  barber shop on Marine Drive  continues to suffer damage  from vehicles parking in front"  of it. Suggestion by Commissioner Norm Mackay that a*  log or some other means of: a,  stop be established . brought  forth  a   comment  from   Com*  gets approval  THE CANADIAN Arthritis and  Rheumatism Society's Provin-1  cial budget of $583,250 for 1966  was approved by the directors  at the board meeting on Octo-.  ber 27. Powell River is one ol  the strongest supporters of the  society.  It is anticipated .that well  over 6,000 patients in British  Columbia will be referred to  CARS by their doctors in 1968,  many of these needing months  of therapy and. some requiring  the help of, several members ot  the treatment team which includes doctors, therapists, nurses and social, workers.  To meet these expenses it is  hoped that the provincial, government will grant $185,000  during 1966 and that campaign  and United Appeal committees  will contribute $263,700. Part of  thSfbalance should come from .  fees paid by those patients who  can afford to pay for their care  and from other sources, but  Harold Loiselle, * CA, chairman  of CARS finance committee,  forecasts a deficit of $7,700.  Ih recommending the approval of the budget, the finance  committee explained the $86,000  raise from the 1965 budget by  the. fact" that physiotherapists  have at last been secured for  all units except Peace River,  Nanaipio and Alberni, Quesnel  Willi reopen Am��December .-.after*,  being closed since June 1963. In  Victoria arid North Vancouver/*'  new treatment units and, increased patient loads will necessitate additional staff, and; Ru-  fus Gibbs Lodge, which .opened  in. April 1965 to provide room  and board for patients undergoing , intensive treatment, will  Windowslf blocked'.'  HUMBLE mortals can but wonder at the phenominal brilliance of the brains behind  this fantastic achievement. Large windows offering maximum light, overshadowed by an expensive roof structure, and blocked from the front by a hideous wall. It  would appeal this unique innovation at the new West Sechelt school, is designed to  avoid broken, windows.  missioner   Fired   Feeney   that ��� operate for 12 months in-1966.  tank traps  might be a  sound, ; 7 ' ;....  idea?  It was decided availability  and price of precast concrete  stops be investigated.  Sechelt Bowling Alleys  ����ii���.ii i.i    ,i*| -i I-.-���_-.������... ��� ������ !������_--���������^������������������ ��������*_ ���������������i ��������� ��� ���"���'���-���--i.��� mm  ������*-*..-���������,*-.      ii ���������������������������iiw���  ���byr Eva Moscrip  HIGH BOWLERS for the- week���Eileem Evans 727/ (264i  274),   Isabel  Gooldrup  717   (278),   Butch   Ono  718  (389).  THE TIMES  IS  A  UNION-LABEL   NEWSPAPER  , If you live in Michigan, your  hair is not your own���it belongs  to your husband. So ruled a  Michigan judge.  LEAGUE  SCORES  Ladies: Eileen' Evans, 727.  ,264, 274), Dorothy Smith 674  (252)i  ' Ladles Matinee; Mary Henderson 639 (233).   ���,,,   ,  iPchder: Isabel Gooldrup 717  (278)i Chuck Jones 701, Charlie  Hauka 683 (314), Bob (Baln 28p.  Sechelt   Commercial:    Butch  Ono 718 (289, Orv Moscrip 710'  (270);  Eileen  Evans  662,  Ena  Armstrong' 252, Jim Fltzpat*  rick 696 (315).  Sporty Club: HI McCourt 659  (271),/'Pete Jorgensen 698H268),  Efaiy and Chain: Red Ijtobln-  son 703 (308).  SCHOOL LEAGUES,  Seniors; Jack Goes(kn 365  (211 )��� Rita. Ono 349 (178).  Juniors: Rick' Nelson 270  (164), Susan Jorgehsari 214  (HO).  iii  'ill /*     '  Jl:,.  DISASTER STRIKES  SUDDENLY  And. romembor,  It's a comfort to  Know   that,    ishoukl    firo    strike,  --you're��� fully-- protected ~*oaa|ns. *  .financial loss,    ,  For  Firo   Iniiirpnco   to   Fit   Your  Necdi, Count On , . , , ,  SUN UFE ASSURANCE CO. OF CANADA  J, HG. (Jim) DRUMMOND  INSURANCE AGENCY] - SEE J. D. FOR SAFETY  Phono 88-5->751 Glb��on��, P.C.  Tihe Honourable Eric Martin, Minister of Health and Welfare for the Province, pf British Columbia announced effective November 2nd, for a two year  period Mr. Harvey Hubbs has been appointed' Government Representative to  1 * .  the Woard of Trustees to St. Mary's Hospital, Sechelt, B.C. Mr. Hubbs succeeds  Magistrate Andrew Johnston;, who resigned recently to take up duties in  Burnaby, B.C. ' j'":"':!" ,    '  World's lightest  automatic chain saw  with SUPER POWER!  * W6l^h9;only133/4lb3.le33  bar arid chain    '  )��� Holds 35Vo more fuel    '/ -   ���....'.'.  * * Mode by ther world's loading -name In chain aawa  /.,> Tostitho XLrtJOO today!  CHAIN SAW  ��� ''��� ^CENTRE  ,  Wilson .Crook, d,C,      .      ^  i    f-hono 085*?6?6 ''        '  lls*A^3tli���^4��^^<'��[ 1  ^MftfW#*"*w*��,*V-t ww^rti" y*"*i 1 '  fi*#������**.i^ V iHif\>*f*,HHifir1l I  ��� t�� M fl, ..�� nil  .   ��M    ^>  'ID t f 1   ^-���*'W*J't-!' "**fj��  * ��������([������. tf f ���t��|*���Vv*'>*"^*->'vl���*  '<���';���> :zAni*Ai^^M  ���  ' . i n'W.*  \\rr\ ZZSfvZZS^f&WP* iftH^^Lt&^t&bab****"*"  !_,._. J^i._rP_.  L.  -'* '  Wed., Nov. 17,1965    Sechelt Peninsula Times    Poge 11  ApproaclzesMfnfsfer ��� ��� #    '  ���   ' .  the Mackenzie Provincial constituency. -I have recently visited Woodfibre from Vancouver by road and ferry at night  -   _r   <- u . i during stormy  rainy weather.  '"-*-��� *    First hotel -. As youjmdw, this is acLanger-  THE OLD look of Boulevard, Sechelt, as it was before ous highway for the unwary  the Sechelt Hotel burned down in 1915. Many of our " driver, particularly at night  senior citizens recall the activity in the area in those , during stormy weather. Many  days and say the spacious hotel was frequently filled to of m* constituents drive this  capacity. " - roa<*   un^er   these   conditions.  Many of them are shift workers at the Woodfibre mill and  they " proceed ' to and from  Woodfibre at all hours and in  'all weather. The road from Britannia to Darrell Bay is extremely dangerous, even to an  experienced driver. On this  particular stretch of Squamish  Highway a careful and experienced driver is >at the mercy  of any visitor or tourist who  is not familiar with this stretch  of road. This is particularly so  when people are trying to meet  ferry connections.  May I ask that the Provincial Government immediately  take steps to re-construct the  road '��� from Brittania to Squa-  ; mish*to>the��same��standards'as*  is now prevailing from Horseshoe Bay to Brittannia.  May i also ask that the Department of Highways immediately enter ��ihto negotiations  with the Pacific Great Eastern  Railway with a view to the  railway and the Department  jointly constructing a bridge across the Squamish and that the  seeks action  on road to Squamish  MLA TONY Gargrave renewed his efforts to speed up  .. action on^ a road through from Port Mellon to .Squamish. A letter from him to the Hon. Phil Gaglardi last  week stated:  -_ ,' ~ ;    ���,. , w Wifc ^ uviav  "As you know, Woodfibre is in   ded'-to-Woodfibre, a matter of.   Highway   system   anoufld   the  to Port Mellon. ' ��� y.  I  believe  that the Department should give high priority- -  to   reconstructing ' the ^oad ���  from Brittannia to Darrell Bay,  and   that .an  almost. equally^ "^*t>  high priority should be* given      "  to   constructing  the  SquamislT  Highway to Woodfibre.  If the  Pacific Great" Eastern Railway ���  are unable to co-operate withv  the  Department  of  Highways  in this venture, I urge the pe*,  partment of Highways to proceed alone to extend this road.  An extension of the Provincial  a few miles, I believe the Department of Highways should  then begin active planning to  complete, the road around the  Howe   Sound   from   Woodfibre  Howe Sound would be of direct  value to Woodfibre, Port Mellon, Gibsons, Sechelt Peninsula,  and the District of Powell River. ' ,  Typewriter Repairs  Your typewriter cleaned, oiled, adjusted, ond new  ribbon installed for only $8.95 when you bring it  to The Times. (Mechanical repairs or parts are extra  ���you will be advised of any extra cost before any  work is done unless we are instructed to contrary.)  Adding Machine Service at same rates and conditions.  THE  TIMES   SECHELT - PHONE 885-9654  NOTICE  Landmark vanishes  COMPLETED in 1915, this old building at Porpoise Bay  is believed by many to have been the first school  in Sechelt, It was in fact the second. The first was part  of the-original store and post office on which the old   *1^^u^S_5S^r,'i3 .  Union store has stood for so many years. The small   the PGE instruct a conunon  structure was burned down recently to make room for  a subdivision.  (tor--- "m  roadbed to Woodfibre.* The extension of the Woodfibre mill  would create, I am sure, sufficient cargoes for the PGE  to warrant this capital expansion and would, at. the sarrje  time, give road access to  Woodfibre, which is badly needed by the residents of that excellent community.  Once the Squamish is  bridged and the highway is exten-  EFFECTIVE, NOVEEMBER 15th  up to and including January 2nd  ��� = ���'���' ' ''    t^*-':.    " .       ���'"':-' , '���" '"������.'-.  Sechelt Motor Transport Ltd.  will increase the daily schedule  with the following:  Lv. SECHELT  ...  3:30 p.m.  :��� ROBERTS CREEK"  3:50 pjfi/'" �� V  GIBSONS    4:10 p.m:  LANGDALE    4:30 p.m.  Ar. VANCOUVER  5:45 p.m.  This daily schedule Will leave Vancouver.for Sechelt  at 6:30 p.m. and will be routed via the'Lbwer Road.  The above trip will not operate on December 25th  -*����*��<*���  i?iiISO3fIiiIS3iBSililIlIiiIIlI0flIii[liiiiSISiiIillIliil3SSiOiI[ii__IBi[]iSISie  7 50 years ago  BURNED down two weeks ago, tho second school in  . Sechelt when it was first occupied as a school in  1915,''Teacher.was Miss Grace Kent. Picture is the property of Mrs,, San), Dawe,  FREE ~ FREE ���FREE  With tho Purchase of any  CANADIEN CHAIN SAW MODEL  YOUR CANAPIEN DEALERS PFFERS FREE  Your Choico of Codies' or Men's    \  I   (p^>W��*^**.��^Mui��^��*'��*��|��Bl!P|^W'ift  K''  s>?^:^__S!i^,|  My^��yy^yMM0y yy.AAAr  'mmmm&  ^ZAr'M-y^A--AM-. A��i-: a-^JP? 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[ecrsiitioffi conference  nevenls varied points  RECREATION in the community was viwed from nine  ��� different angles, at Last- Saturday's Regional Recreation Conference held in Pender Harbour Secondary  School: :  ���Mfeny viewpoints were ex- of Port Mellon, emphasises tbe  pressed but Cpl. Ray Nelson's fact that the scouting move-  advicsT "Give back to the ment was not an~ entity unto  teenagers     the    responsibility    itself;   it   constantly   observed ' \ -   Y<Wing. CStereWk ,\���7\   -_- a   l     -       "���    ���  they once used to share "could   recreation in the community   PENDER Harbour Home Econbipic^ students-under * the ^'supervision of* Mrs.- R.  mt have received more rkic-   and   concentrated   on   weak Lockhart had a* busy day last Saturday preparing, and carving coffee and-a su-  ticai backing than the excel-   spate. Cpl. Nelson who js <hs-   p(>rb turkey dinner, at the recreation, conference., Putting, ,the^ final^ touches - on the-  lent turkey diimer cooked ser-   tnct wmm^oner of the^Se*   tahle floraL arrangemeJ1ts, are:, Claire Donley T*r?y7eamenro, Cheryl Clay, Janet  ved and even budgetted for by    chelt  area   praised   the   scout*   w bh   Kathv MaeKav-�� and Rrmnip __��.* -        *  students  of  the  Pender Har-    movement as being the most    weDD- Katny Mac*ay. an��l ��onme i_ee.  hour   Home  Economics  class,    worthwhile ia the world. Scouts  'Speaking -on, non-participation    <*? ����eir. own planning and .dis,  of    teen-agers    in    recreation    ciplming and rt works extreme,  ly well. ,  __.  *        .^ '     *v.   _  __*Ttf>_  ���f "i- - -*���*��*n iiw*ww*w�� ��-i��jip-"---*iI'ii jun-i-mw. ���������Piiin-i* ^-������-.-���'j��-����|p��fp>iip�� ���*3*>.i!yj A  - -J J*-J*-'C ��� ���*����������������>    *.*������...... __*-*I.^l-. .... -Ifr.   ���*f-^.l.r.    .,   ]flr|.    ,   ....^hir-i.       It ^i   I,     n7.^rfr   *_��� ���_-.r 'H-      I      'nS^Tl   ���1  **<a_-_fe  programs, Cpl. Nelson observed1 thftt adults decide what the  young people- want, set the  rujes ' and then wonder why  thiir (projects meet with resentment. There are too many  cag'ts in the lives of youngsters, they start in the home  and are continued into the  community. - Teen-agers should  he* included in the planning of  community affairs, said Cpl.  Nelson, they have good ideas  and suggestions and can lead  their own age groups in a constructive manner.  Members of recreation com-  missions from Port Mellon to  ljund attended the conference,  chaired by recreation director  IJhil Lawrence. Regional recreation director Tom Ruben*  who will be greatly missed  when he* retires, in the near-  ���future; hoped that the discus-  CtTIZENS  Tom Fairweather of- Powell  River represented the citizens'  viewpoint and referred to the  proposed $250,000 centennial  project, swimming pool-at Powell River. "We are trying to  provide recreational- ifacilities  at Powell River, over the dead  bodies of*some," said Mr. Fair-  weather, adding that a swimming pool would benefit everyone including- those needing therapeutic treatment. With  increased leisure time, said  Fairweather, sooner or later<  municipalities will have to pro*,  vide   recreational   complexes.  PROBATION  SERVICE  Derek Duerden of Powell  River spoke of the youngsters  classed as juvenile delinquents:  MEany could- be.helped by Vrec-  .-��� *"*��i *��.. ���  was Bob Chapell of Powell River who quite bluntly observed  that no matter haw noble. the  thought of recreation was, to  Warm welcome  DELEGATES to the Pender Harbour. Recreation Con-,  ference received a warm welcome from the Home  Ec. students who, performed- a. wonderful job of cater-  a. school board it usually was   ing. "Just what I needed," says Rev. Jim Ferguson,  sion would help, shed -a .bright-  *reatio��a_;    activities    through   reduced to a. matter, of dollars    accepting coffee from Brenda Lee, On the left are Man  ^_  i;��k+  ,>���  ���,.���,���;+,,  �����_     ..,,_..     .,   _       -.,.     ___ ___._-o���_,- _,._ ___.*_    lyn Qanj|ner an<j Dayle Cameron, with Fay Girard and  Georgina Ibey to the right.   -  .-iiaieiEj light   on   community   programs.        . ���  -   ..  YOUTH  ^_l_presenii^&? youth 7at   ther  ��� cjonference was Miss Joan D'-  . ASgiofof-^PoweU "Rivei-^who ad-f  vacated the need for. a recre-  lattional system in schooL where  social skills ��� could be developed. Properly organized, by for-  '  ming, a, :commitee,  registering  participants and publicizing events, ��� the  program - should   be  evaluated  for  progress  at the  year end and an improved program  planned for the following year. ���  CHURCH  'Rev. Jim Fergusson said the  which theyVV could form newV and oehts.VPeople Vare���V-notiVtis-'  friendships and develop a re- "-^y so enthused over recrea-  spect for the rights of others, Won when it comes to paying  ^;sa4d7,Belligerentuattitude oi- taxes. Sphool facilities in Pow-  syou^offenciersiu^aliy masks  ^eU-^v^^6 used extensively  a lack of, self ^confidence; close-  co-operatiah between probation  officers and recreation directors is needed, said Duerden.  SERVICE CLUBS  iMorgan Thompson of Sechelt  Kinsmen Club represented service clubs, stating they were.;'  groups of people trying ^to1 do  something for the community.'  Professional help in planning  recreation/was needed iii com-  apd a committee made up of.  council and school trustees  would discuss sharing costs.  Referring, to delinquents, Chapell said they usually were the  type not to participate in recreation programs, and, who  are we to, say what, youngsters  want?  COUNCIL  Also from  Powel River and  representing council, was Coun.  people tend to think  back ttf  their  own   childhood   and   arc  SCHOOL BOARDS not pressurized enough to roc-  Representing  school  trustees    ognize modern trends, he said.  �����������������.������� _-���.____-_ ------���1|���t~nririfinnrinnnLn*rtninuijmitiu*uijUL  munities.   In  the  long; run   it    Frank McCloskey, who said the  helps save  money  and  guides Tproblem   was   to   sell   modern  church,   which   represents   thc    groups  in the right direction,    day recreation to the taxpayer.  people, has a duty to fulfil in    he stressed ^        recreation. Recreation as it  was known in the past is now  outdated, building a new parish'hall for games is just a  duplication of far better facilities already , in existence.  Church groups owe it to the  community to support- and participate in recreation programs.  SCOUTS  1 Assistant ' Regional Scout  Commissioner   Norm   Rudolph,  SHOWING AT  The SECHELT THEATEti  e Times  Phono 885*9654  ENTERTAINMENT  FOR ALL  mmmmj  with  ELVIS PRESTLEY and  JOAN FREEMAN  TECHNICOLOR  CINEMASCOPE  fti��� - Sat,,-Mon.  Show Starti 8)00 p.m.  SEE THIS GREAT SHOW AT  YOUR SECHELT THEATRE  ��* KM>N rt*p** BH i PS*****  m*mmm  SEE THIS r- COMING SOON  The FabuSows ^GOtOFlNGER"  TECHNICOLOR - Incrooicd Admls.lon  ���') iMV������MM��������WWl��M>MM��MM^MW***MMW��w����f|��^^  NOTICE  OF ELECTIOH  Public notice is hereby given,to the electors of  Rural Area "B" of, School District No; 46 (Sechelt)  that I require thc presence of thc said electors at thc  School Board Office, Gibsons, on Monday, thc 29th  day, of November, 1965, al thc hour of ten o'clock in  the forenoon, for thc purpose of electing persons, to  represent them as School Trustees.  The mode of nomination of candidates .shall be,  as follows: Candidates shall be. nominated in writing  by two duly qualified electors of Rural Area "B" of  this School District. Thc nomination paper shall be  delivered to the Returning Officer at any time between  the date of this notice aiit} noon ot the day of nomination; Thc nomination paper may be ir��.the form prescribed in the Public Schools Act and shall .state the  name, residence anc| occupation of the. person nominated in such! rnnnn'cr as to sufficiently identify such  candidate The nomination paper shall be subscribed  lo by the candidate.     '.-',,,.���  In thc cVcnt of �� poll being necessary, such poll  will be opened at;  DAVIS WAV IXKMENTARY SCHOOL  ROBKRTS CRICRK KIJ.MKNTARY SCHOOL  i SCHOOL BOARD OFFICE  gibsons i;h:mi;ntary SCHOOL  LANGDALISJCLKIVIKNTARYv SCHOOL <   *  1 BO'wisr-L''ISLAND* 'ELEMENTARY���> SCHOOL ���'  PORT MELLON AND GAMIUI.R ISLAND  '        ,    ��� '        7.   ������   *, '   V 'V> ���''.    , ' ,' \ :'  on me ilth day of December- 1956, helwecn the  h(Mir�� of; 8 a.m. nnd 0 p.m., of which every person Is  hereby required��� lo take notice nnd govdrn. himself  iicconHuKljy. :...a.'' .........  ,      ' ���.">  , A       i V  Given under my hand at Gibsons LsindinK. tliin  27th day of October, 1965.  ','    ���'���..''    '   ��� ,   ���"'     lPa/mG, Mkw  RolunUni; f.Mh'cfr  h^t-iUt n tyt&w, ��u I  H'&^*W#M*M*^)��4vtiW#^^  <z  It* * \ r '  ,..-r-  , f      ^..Mt.l *.!(..(   *i,^W��    fV?f*pR((��l  ,,y...  ,,.. ... .*,::..,*,,  "*���*���*��� *"T"*-'*vre|i''*wlw**��p*i-p  p  i i7'',fl  ' L��efcrtWMfcJWS*P*^wo?  ���-p-p^prtKtWwt^'n^tj^aiippe.s*^  Wed.,J-4ov. 17,. 1965 ���  Sechelt Peninsula Times    Page T3  n  I  Roberts Creek News   i : ��� Z"         .: - '. : ��-1  ;\ ' 7'7j',;  ���'"   A *        '. ���by Florence McSoYoney  -At THE regular monthly meeting -of the hospital ,atixi->.,  ' ; , lliary? special guest was Miss Jean Baba, who;wa(s >w_^��� f~'Z  ' home fora short visit, r -7.' ,- *:.. ��v���,, -. - "yry*���  y-v<�� ;f  - e.Tn'n 'MV(> "a  'sfinri.  talk * nut.-      ___       ��.   ��.     .-"     _ '  _V- _*���"' "-&   ' ' " *   _������   _y  , J'  -J-1  fSihuine  .flni-orl  GIBSONS United met a determined Sechelt Legion team   FeBiBStllH 16301  at Hackett' Park on Sunday and only managed *<>;*__,     __ '-1  score a 14) yictoiy7Picturt��a^ere from left, back,,Coach   }$|l��g tlKl 1655  Pete Musazls, K. Verhulst, J. -Byrne, ^1_7 Inglis, L. ~Mc-  MiUan. D. Bavies and referee G. Davies. Front, D, MacKay, J. Scorgie, R. Anderson, *M. Winn, T. Blain and  N. Cooper  PENINSULA  Rangers suffered  their first defeat of the season   when  they   Idst  to  New  Westminster United at Queens  Park, Vancouver; the score 2-1.  - T?he ' Rangers   were- playing  "three-men short, oneofihem'  being Ted Jce.-  Junior soccer results for Sunday, November 14:  tflV. 4  Madeira Park Kickers 0, Se-  chelt" Residential Tigers . 16;  Sechelt Legion 0, Gibsons United 1.  OIV. 6        .  Madeira* Park Rangers 0, Se-  tAelt Residential 4; Gibsons  Canfor 12^-Gibsons Legion 0.  eJan gave a short talk * out-  lining her work with patients  at Essondale, then* answered  questions from the members,  "who -all^agreed' that this had  been a very interesting meeting. '    f  , So few people' turned out for  the Community Association  meeting on Wednesday evening^* that it was cancelled until next month., The meeting  was .scheduled to be held Ln  the library, hoping that this  more central location* would  suit more people.  A report of the recreation  conference will be presented at  the next meeting. The convention is being held at Pender  Harbour on Saturday, November 13.  Parents Auxiliary of Roberts  Creek School are planning to  hold an Open House on December 6th. This will give parents an opportunity to inspect  the new addition and the auxiliary are taking advantage of  this occasion to hold a bake  sale.. So keep, this date in mind.  a  meet  _ - Vr- v ���  VERY -good - attendance' wasr  noted at the monthly meeting:  Of the Pender' Harbour Auxil*  iary to St.' Mary's Hospital'. -.  The illuminated scroll, executed* and presented by-7Eete��  Trappitt to the auxiliary some  years ago,.now hangs on a/;wa_i  in the medical clinic at Madeira Park, -where the auxiliary  now meets. '  The usual- business being  dealt With quickly, discussion  turned to ~the annual bazaar  which is to 'beheld on-November 20, at 2 p.m. in thfe Community Hall at Madeira Park!  (Besides' the good Taffle -_#__-  es, there will .also be a grocery hanlper donated,." by -*Mr.  Jotto King of Lloyd's -store. - *  Tae Reverend James Vfergusi  son -has kindly -consented ^to  conducted the opening/      ,."'  Fixtures  ber 24  for   Sunday,   Novem*  Good try  NORM COOPER of Gibsons United makes a dash to  intercept Gary Newton of Sechelt Legion team, Sechelt played an outstandingly good game and surprised  their opposition.  *���**        i i     %      i .  Elphinstone HI Notes  ���By Pat Gooding  t)UR VOLLEYBALL teams  played excellently in the  tournament at Powell River, Nov. 6. In both the boys  and the girls' games Elphie came second,    Starting at 6:30 a.m. the en  DIV. 4  Game time 2:30 p.m. Sechelt Res. Tigers vs Roberto  Creek Wanderers; Gibsons United vs lHadeira Park Kickers.  Sechelt Legion bye.  DIV. 6  Game time 1:30 p.m. Sechelt  Residential vs Robert Creek  Tigers; Gibsons Legion vs Madeira Park Rangers. Gibsons  Cantor bye.  ESSO Oil FU  No Down Payment - Bank Interest  Ten Years To Pay  COMPLETE LINE OF APPLIMES  For Free Estimate - Call 886-2728  thusiastic "busload Of team  -members,-six cheerleaders, and  "HO spectators left foi; Powell River, returning 13 hours later,  in little bit tired but well consented. Mr", and-Mrs. Richardson and Mr. Yablonski were thc  ;thrce teachers on the trip.  Other schools in thc tourno-,  ment were Pender Harbour,  Texada, and thc Powell River  schools; Max Cameron and  Brooks,  'In the girls' tournament our  team came second after Max  Cameron���g o o d going fiirls.  Pander Harbour came first in  the boys' tournament, with El  phinstone a close second.  Looking back on the. whole,  ,day, one spectator said that the  "enthusiasm was tremendous,"  the lunch was neat" and thc  "boys were terrific." From  that we can gather that it was  a successful tournament.  CLUBS  Elphinstone now hos a Cellar  Club, organized by Norman  Blain. If you are Interested in  joining, just follow the noise to  room 126.           ?  ,   THE TIMES IS A  UNION-LABEL NEWSPAPER  fc _._.__..��_.    ��-**-��* ~p_-     4Slt��H__a___J_3��_�� _**  Store Expansion  WOW COMPLETED  See our largest selection  of quality merchandise at  lower than city prices.  Shop Early for Christmas.  i '^^'"'���'���ailflfflfo^  TY>|AN - ZENITH T.V.  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'v**t..>i*M��.��;���u, c'.p;..), ;'��� ; > yt :\..JA. ���,',��.���.;;,;''^A\yy*-fa$\'��mm>ii*'im*,  '"*-* "��y[. ^(^ ,    rf*      -mm. ���_��'S��rt,rt- >U_j  I * >}  ���U-77..A wj*_  ���<��"-"�����*���  Page T4    Sechelt Peninsulo Times    Wed., Nov. 17, 1965  Round about the town  ���By Ed Green  TO USE an old saying, there being nothing new under  the sun, including basic human emotions, "The tumult and the shouting dies. The captains and the kings  depart."  k* JTi - *_i - *  ���v. "     _.- **r*�� i  ��  I A  I  'it  Well, the tumult and the  shouting have died all right  along with Mr. Pearson's and  Mr. Diefenbaker's hopes of  ever becoming known as Canada's Man of the Hour, or even  the minute. So the captains departed and while Mr. Pearson  is ��� walking, around in circles  wondering how something was  never right could possibly have  gone so wrong, his chief architect, of disaster, Mr. Walter  Gordon, now unable to do any  more damage, handed in his  modern version of Confessions  of an Opium Eater and skittered back to the financial cesspools of eastern finance and  left Mr. Pearson to look after  the till. This, he modestly said,  would the party, a decision he  should have made five minutes  after being elected in the first  place. Mr. Pearson agreed and  thus the first picket fell out of  the Liberal fence. A lot more  are due to fall, including the  main one, and nobody knows it  better than himself. As mentioned once before in this column he will probably wind up  at the _UN 7^  mousey-mousey   to   -the   giant  pussy cats.  Meantime back at the ranch  around dear old Prince Albert,  Dief the Chief, though nobody  knows what he is chief of, indulged in some belly laughs at  Mr.   Pearson's   discomfort.  He  should  have  saved a few  for  himself because Davey Fulton  wasn't pulled out of the provincial Conservative Party and  pushed into the federal picture  jl_. just for a change of scenery.  When   Premier   Duff   Roblin  of Manitoba decided to be noble and stay with "his people"  it was more obvious than ever  federal   Conservative   r a n k s  that changes were due in the  even when the really able men  who had resigned returned to  the fold. They didn't come back  just for the want of something  to do. Dief the Chief had better  find something to be chief about  soon because it certainly isn't  going ' to  be the  Conservative  party.  While the two greats have  tumbled the Mighty Mite, Tom-,  my Douglas twiddles his  thumbs and smiles and knows  full well that he only has to  frown in the wrong direction  and down comes the govern*  ment.  We are now assured, Mr. Davis says, who couldn't help  getting re-elected, of a breakwater in Sechelt, This Is hews  to us because at present all  signs point to Selma Park as  the site and at this yery mo*  "ment"they are grubbing around  getting samples of the bottom,  TThey had better get a few of  the top too because that Is going to get more wear in the  mad rush for the Liquor Store,  which seems to be the 'jrnaln  - idea behind this alleged breakwater If most people are to bo  believed.  In almost every Instance - It  has been pointed out to me that  tho sea between here and Vancouver will be practically billing with boats of nil sizes racing to get to owr version of a  modern watering hole. Why this  should be is a great mystery because water is water whether it  is bottled here or any other  place and sticking a label on  the bottle doesn't make it any  more or less so. In any case if,  as it appears at present, this  halting place for wanton skiffs  is for^e,main,pnr of pro-,  viding a convenience for pie-  eyed mariners then it is only  fair that the Liquor Commission  be expected to dip into its 30-  million dollar profit pot and  ante up enough to at least provide something better than what  !is proposed. At present the  amount said to have been  recommended for the breakwater will not do much more  than provide a few New Canadians with jobs overseeng Old  Canadians who will be engineers of Mexican Drag Lines  which is the modern name for  picks and shovels.  However, come' what may,  Mr. Davis, who has more votes  in one cbrner of North Vancouver than he has on the whole  Peninsula, Squamish included,  has offered to bet Mr. Boyd  Shannon, ,7who,;, it ,,is ^rumored^(  was the Conservative candidate  for Coast Capilano, though it  couldn't be proven at the polls,  that despite his (Mr. Shannon's)  snide remarks about the cheapskate gesture there will be an  adequate - breakwater here ���- in *-���  the near future. ,-  This is cheering news so I  go down towards the waterfront where we have a leaky  version of a structure that has  been breaking water, small  boats and even steamship companies for more years than anyone cares to remember. It is  now know as James Wharf and  is operated by Art (Smokey)  James who is the entire operating staff of the fish tannery  ,that produces smelts, choice  ���fat, smoked herring and salmon  that is smoked as it should be  smoked.  I feel that here is a man who,  should know something about  the problem, and have ah answer of sorts. I don't even reach  the wharf when I run into Mr.  James and I merely whispered  aboi^t the alleged breakwater,  when Mr. James lets fly and  p: the air is soon more smokey  than even his plant and there  are no parsons present who  care to take down what is said  to use in a Sunday: sermon.  The sizzling Mr. James asserts,, and that is a kind word,  that certain Interests have used  their Influence to get the breakwater built at Selma Park and  the situation was now so foggy  (���'��� that they would need a foghorn  on the beach even on a bright  day to steer the mariners in to  this questionable haven where  they would bo pounced on liy  so many hucksters that Sechelt  NEED A CAR?  NEW-or USED  i1       *  ��� TRY'  Peninsula  Motor Prod.  SECHELT, B.C.  Ph, 885-2111  - Ted Farewell  Settlement reached .   rn        i  SETTLEMENT of this year's salary negotiations be-    lGdCtlCrS 3(1186  tween the Board of School Trustees and the Sechelt , -, .��  Teachers' Association was announced last week. Board    ATI   SfllflTV  l_l___6  Chaiiffnan Joe Horvath, seated; and Secretary-Treasur- w  *   ***aw  er Peter Wilson are seen signing the agreement while   BOARD of School Trustees and  Association President Malcolm Mctavish and Secretary  Mr^. W. Ranfcin look approvingly on.  would  be  practically  a  ghost  town.  .vnioughh  James intimated t h a t the  sounds of a foghorn would be  provided by the loud bazoos of  people who didn't know what  they were talking about and  that eventually a causeway  would Jiave to be built along the  'waterfront from Selma Park to  Sechelt,-or something like that,  and that if he had the money  he would buy two or three old  hulks and sink them at his  wharf and he would then have  as good a breakwater as one  man ever^^old another about  and what wasVnore important  it would be right in Sechelt  where it belonged.  I feel great sympathy for Mr.  James who : does not have  enough dibs to buy some old  hulks because they are being  used by our navy as our first  line of defense, if we are to believe the admirals.  Anyhow, there must be some  truth in this view because these  elleged ships are always in the  "'dockyard being, "modified''at  a cost of seven or eight million  dollars and the paint is hardly  dry on them before they havc  to be "modified" again so it  seems to me it would be better  to build" new ones that don't  need so much "modifying" and  give the old ones to Mr. James  to sink at his wharf. Wc could  then build a navy good enough  to keep an eye on the Russians  as they swipe our salmon and  they might oven help jthe Russians to get to better fishing  grounds without running over  our own fishing boats which Is  something they can't seem to do  lately and then everybody will  be .happy Including Mr. James  who can run his fish tannery  and smelt ranch righ in a modern setting and at no great' cost  to anybody but the taxpayer,  which is usual.  This simple solution is offered as a public service and  Mr. Davis should consider it  because instead of a boat shelter, which is what we really  need;; costing'~jaV few*4thousand  dollars, we would have an elaborate breakwater stretching  half way to Nanaimo, which is  something we don't need, at an  original cost of several million  which should make Mr. James  happy; something very difficult  to do at present It is a great  idea and about as practical as  any other so far which should  please everybody, but won't.  MORE ABOUT . 77  Special meeting  from page 1���  approve the project Without  first obtaining approval from  the sanitary inspector.  Objecting to the constant delays, Councillor Benner : said  council shpuld have done this  before. He was told by Councillor Lang, "He should havo,  not us, he has 'already been  "aware of"'it'."'"  Councillor Gordon remained  steadfast and abstained from  voting.  Choose Your Christmas Cards Early. From  one of the finest selections on the Sunshine  -;������;..-;*������: ������.Coast.  GIFTS FOR ALL THE FAMILY  ART SUPPLIES  Wo ore opening a complete  ART DEPARTMENT  -_��B^^^iWttt���ia^B��i>���Mm��!*n*i_H^  ond*  w^  Featuring The New  Polymer Paints  GILMORE'S VARIETY SHOP  Sechelt, B.C. *   Phono 885-9343  the Sechelt Teachers' Association announces the settlement of  this year's salary negotiations.  One of the first settlements in  the province, it was reached  without the necessity of resorting to conciliation or arbitration  procedures. The board's negotiator Avas Mr. Frank Reder,i  general secretary of the British  Columbia School Trustees' Association and trustees on the  board's salary committee were  VM rs7'st Jr"~ H6rvath7"1^airmanr  Mrs. Peggy Volen and Mr. C.  Thorold. The teachers were represented by Mr. J, Ferrari,  chairman, Miss J. Robertson,  Mr. R. Davie and Mr. D. Harrison, with Mr. M. Mactavish.  president of the Sechelt Teachers' Association, present as an  observer.  Cost of the salary increases  negotiated is 6. 73 per cent on  pay^U7-or^bout 7537,720 per  annum in 1966: New salaries  take effect on January 1.  Discussions may commence  shortly on the possibility of  establishing a two-year contract  to cover 1966 and 1967 or, alternately, zonal bargaining  along with the boards and  teachers of Howe Sourid and  Powell River School districts.  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"We agreed to this at the* con-*  vention and I feel we should'  back It*up now/*,he said.  Commissioner MacKay questioned the advisability of a ban,  stating he felt that youngsters.  would only seek alternative activities. He was supported by  Commissioner .Feeney who said  it appeared from the lack of  'such activity during.' tbe last  Hallowe'en that the whole thing  was dying out anyway,'  The. chairman agreed with  Comm. ��� Fladager that it - would  be good to abolish the custom,  "it is only an excuse for begging and vandalism," he said.  Due to lack of support from  his colleague, Comm. Fladager  withdrew his motion.  CENTENNIAL  Lack of attendance of centennial meetings has been the reason why no project has yet  been decided upon, claimed  Comm. Fladager, when asked  why the delay.  We appointed a representa-  tiveslfronv each of the main organizations but they just can't  *seem*towinakeBtheameetingS5 s he  said. He-explained that, one suggestion had been for rest rooms  in the old cemetery, now a village parksite. The "firemen supported an outdoor swimming or  wading pool at the site of the  old municipal office'beach site.  Members made, clear their  view that members of the centennial commission should be  asked to indicate their views-on  a project so that something  might be settled in their absence.' ^?,A���.,., ���        . ..,.!,������    ���>���  Of Cabbages md Kings���^"'���;^*^>^ ����������  >   X1 '_>  * '       "7s;   * f     '-'        ', ���ByJ. S.*Browhing^  IT IS AJTHEORY bf minefkhat/ with- certain notable dr>'  % ceptions, if all politicians ^and statesmen whb, shape  world affairs had actually been on .a real'battlefield,  there would be less wars. I did not say no wars, I said-  less wars.   ,   - i j���  The late Adolf .Hitler had been  a -.front line 'infantry, soldier,  but he precipitated quite a war  nevertheless, although he must  have seen battlefields. He is one  , of the exceptions: Like learning  French verbs, the exceptions  are the difficulties.  In many cases, if both leaders in an international quarrel  bad seen the corpses in the  mud, the suffering wounded,  smelled the stink of gas and of  deaths heard the shriek and  crash of high explosive shells,  the murderous rattle of machine guns, seen dog-tired men  going up the line to an attack  and coming back, still dogger-  tired remnants, so weary, their  mouths all slack���perhaps they  would get together and say,  "Come off it, chum, let's not  fight over this, let,us compromise and "fix things some other  way."  The trouble is that so many  policy makers have not been  through it all; so many higher-  ups in the military world too,  have done their service in a  . staff chateau. -  One of'the generals in WW J,  .on being .shown .the; mud ..and  desolation of -the Ypi-es salient  said, "Good God! did we really  send men up to fight in this."  All-the same, if your country  is at war, it is one's duty to go  and fight. "X have nothing but  contempt for the draft-dodgers  in America.  One draft-dodger's excuse  was that the men .of Dachau  were-punished for merely obey  ing orders, so the, dodgers were  Justified in refusing to obey the"  draft law.   . ,     . < 7 -,  That is an erroneous hypothesis for one is cold-blooded  murder, the other is fighting in  defence of your country.  It can ber said .that fighting  in Viet Nam is not in defence  of anything but the face-saving  ot the U.S.A.  "V However odd it seems, the  ���law is the law, 'and should be  obeyed. One only; hopes ;that no  Canadian soldiers, will be sent  to-fight in such a silly cause.  On Thursday, we celebrate  Armistice Day. We honor our  dead comrades and reminisce  of hard days gone by. We might  take a drink or'two of rum,to  remind us of the heartener of  cold, wet days in the trenches.  ^any of us were nervous  wrecks for years, many still  suffer from wounds of two  world wars. But on this day of  all days we are proud���even if  any of us have not amounted to  much since, we did amount to  - something in the years -1914-18;  1939-45 and also in Korea.  Two adventurers  pay short visitL  TWO young^EnglisH girls who  Jove 4a travel 'recently spent  a few days w,ith Mr. and Mrs.  C. " G, Lucken, * Selma Park.  Miss Gillian Berdinner , and.  Miss '-Valerie "Payne -lived in  Toronto for two years working as secretaries and-exploring the _Iastern 'Provinces' and  U.S.A. during their' vacations.  Toward the end of September they left Toronto for-a  five week trip down the "Atlantic Coast tor New Orleans returning via the central-States  to Saskatchewan. Before 1*ead-"  ing West forTtbe Rockies and  B.C. they had =an interesting  stay at the "Gaol" (as voluntary guests) "in Prince Albert.  They are -now >on 'their way  to San Francisco, after visiting  relatives in White Rock. Their  next stop will be Japan, travelling there by freighter from  -Portland. Their future plans  include Christmas on the South  Sea Islands ihen a "trip to Sydney, Australia where they  plan to work for about a year  before travelling home to England via India and Mediterranean countries.'      < -. V  THE TIMES 'IS A  UNION-LABEL  NEWSPAPER  Taxi operator  dies  WELL-KNOWN '"taxi operator"  Jack* Jonas, died suddenly  early last Saturday morning,^  bediad been in ill health for  some timeyfollowing.a heart at-x  tack earlier, in the year.  Aged 56, Mr. Jonas came to  Sechelt in 1937, he worked for  a number of years with Burns  -and Jackson-Logging and went  'into'(the ^taxi, -business nine  years ago.. A. few years1 ago he  bought 'out his partner Harry  ^Sawyerand followed up by purchasing ihe interests of another  operator.  The deceased 4s survived by  >his wife Dordthy, 'two brothers  Chris and Eddie, both of Vancouver; two sisters', Mrs. Ruth  Dalla of Vancouver and Mrs.  Winnie Cowling of Rossland.  Funeral service was held at  the Ocean 'View Crematorium  Tuesday, November 16. No  flowers but donations 'to St.  Mary's -Hospital in lieu.  PRINTING  BUSINESS ��� PERSONAL.'  - .SOCIAL,   ,  RUBBER STAMPS   -  - THE TIMES  Operation Doorstep �� . .  Christmas Seal Society  ,!(7',������������ ������  release survey < iisppres  BY THE end of June,* 1967, /Division of TB Control Offi- :;  rials will konw how many new TB cases may "be  expected to develop in British Columbia during the next,  20 years.  :   CHRISTMAS SEAL  DOLLARS AT WORK  '^���*_*'*_1  7 AjfM  vy  ,  *I  The   potential   problem   will  be  established  when  the  pro*  4 '* vincc-wide Operation Doorstep  survey, co-sponsored by the  Department of Health and thc  ,   B,C TB-Chrlstmas   Seal   Soc*  icty,  ha*<  Completed  TB  skin-  testing and chest x-raying all  B.C, residents.  A  total of 4,8117  people rep-  ,    resenting <k.  per  cent of thc  . pcpulatifln wero tested during  the two week "Operation Doorstep" survey in Sechelt ln early  19(15, The total Included 1,658  School children who were given TB skin tests only, There  were 817 positive reactors to  the tuberculin skin test, and  114 cases were referred for  further medical. Investigation,  Of those, :$i) medically siRitlf*  leant chest conditions wc��,i  found,  On A. J. Cunningham, Mcrtj*  , cal Director of ,tho Coast Gnrl*  t>nldi lU-altlt Unit, snid thc ��..  per cent  flRurc  is  poor  com*  pa rod to the 70 per cent tot n I  ''���.-'HiopulntIon screening goal, but  fonslderlnfl bad roads and poor  weather, the flffuro was Rood,  fr_*l  ?PVs.". >**���   * iTC>'\.-*-\**M  \A T?'  The TB skin test could be the key  to complete eradication of tuber*  culosls. This simple test deter*.  mines whether you have ever  bcen Infected by the TB germ.  Tuberculin is injected In tho forearm, and the tost Is 'read' from  two to four days later. If a small'  red bump appears ��� a 'positive'  reaction ���the person has beon  Infected by tho TB germ and Is  given a chest x-ray to determine  whether tho disease Is active. TB  skin tests for B.C, residents arc  part of the program supported by  your Christmas Seal dollars,  PLEASE BUY AND USE  CHRISTMAS SEALS  ti��^s^**^����i��<��W**W'iWiiW*fi'  WANTED  Poles and Pilings  DOMTAR CHEMICALS LTD.  803-470 Granvillo St.  VANCOUVER, B.C.  PKono 681-7151  MAY WE SPEAK 7RANKLY  ABOUT COSTS?  Many unsubstantiated accounts of funeral costs have  been given widespread publicity lately.  However, we are prepared to give you tacts, and  answer all queries to your satisfaction.  Our reasonably priced services are based on your merchandise selections, and in. all matters pertaining to our  services, the decision of the family is final.   \  WE OFFER A COMPLETE MEMORIAL SERVICE  FOR. $100,  PLUS  CREMATION  OR GRA��E  AND TRANSPORTATION.  >    *  y' '���*  r .     K  .   -*'  _    -t  _    ^  m   -**-  �����  ;*  v  i  _<  \t  i!  i  ���r- K  ���if ;  -w f  ?   _���  a *"  P V-  ��*   .  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