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 **_j '    ^4,7* A/Serving the Sunshine Coostl (Howe l_0ui^ to Je-tvis Inlet)* Inc Hopkins Landing Grantham's Landing, Gibsons  V W ' ' A x ,">*s ^7     '      ���'"*"���"'     ���" ���"���' '"- '������'- "���*��� '��� '"���"������ ���   .    t >c'     }?Y "j rWilsoh^Creek^ ?eima park, SecKelCHalflrtoonfioy, SecretjCoVe; Pender Harbour Madeira Park Kleindalc Irvine s Landing Ear  vi*"' *?* f _.*       '     _���__-__���_������. _      r  i ii          )i. i      t. ,    iii.i       ii i - pi-,. i i __���������_. . . ;     ;  At-'' i      rm      Js-pw    < *��� f r     ;'v'      <        "   -     .       v ',*.*'  'v    ^  -. ���# *��� __�� ^     . / J    ,    *4_P_P_F        It <*- _��� _. .(i -v -��      ,      ���_ /-*jj  Roberts Creek,  a���i.  *-._j | y  <*<" *  Authorized as second class  mad   by  the  Post   Office  Department Ottawa  m\ 1-  f       -J*.*?/'  '.Sffe  Volume 2, No 42  Earl Cove Egmr-nt**8'  WEDNESDAY. OCT   6,  1965   ����_:  3  ft*.'  s  xt  t**  *-.     '  ./ *   '  I.    f  if  r 1 *���  S *    (  '-* _  S   J   *     T  . * ���  '- J) '  ft  "U  >     '  P   f  t>  f<  K,  1   I  t  ��'7  > ittl �� '  _5 2   ��"  ��> a  84 ,<   <'  ����_:  ���II  WO*t_  1st  r*    V1 ^    -^ --        *i 1 ���*>  Welcome project  M  v,*..  7 . r  1*   JI *.  ,4.��� -  1  A   !  til ���  1'   1  i I  A I  ���1  ���>  A  r/,j  ��� ,i  i  Jl,.  :  f  K  i  *���$<  J I'm  fl|.  ('  SeJ^IN^ of 'ftUe/-Sc_Gfaelt'|��ecreatum*%i^^8ii^c_ last  jji,f,Monday,rSeptemb'ei: 27 sawCthe-fdrmulatioti' ofc-plans  ^ what,could develop into a popular, annual event,  '4?nateur Night, ait which local talent will .be .invited to  ffBrticipate:   ^ "^   ' "/    * r:���-������/';' -���; ���:������-.  "   Partly as a fund-raising Pro-  a  'ject, the night of entertainment  '.trill also provide a welcome re-,  , iaxatiott "wJ��ile,tgivijig;,*.enferta&i-'!  ,ers����� you^g and foId, .the" oppor^  tunity ,to' puiJ their talents >to'r  - ^oo^7cause.V, --v -���' zA'A}'^ ^  .'TentativeJdate*''for Amateur  Nighi HJas 'been set for 'October  23, times and location to he announced at a later date. In the  meantime, any interested musj*-  clans and entertainers ate-asked lto7 get in touch with'any'  members of the  Sechelt   Recreation ".Commission ^oi- Doug  Whe��ler-*at .That Times, office  ; BSecreationtf ,B^ecfor>7P h i 1  'JUawende anhoimced'the annual  re��e^oi��eorifer.eijce,7will this  yWr;,l>^neia �� at >tiitf ^Pender  Harbour ffigh School. Proceed  ings' will' include a -panel dis  cussionvcomprising, a nymber  of   local -community-imnded  citizens! -- * '      *,"���>  ; A" ��---?  " - Topic' of * discussion wiU' bev  "looking at recreation from the"  outside V and - from  the -inside,  looking out'* "7   , ,%  Commission" - Chairmajh""-Toe"  ��ft��  vf,'lr>  ' I    _ Pioneer residents  UFJKNiiNG^of^the'new Banfcof Montreal premises in Madeira-Park coincided 'with  ��� -76th^fiiirtfitiay of pioneer resident Mr. George Simpson who came to the district in  1914, Manager of the Sechelt b*r_tnbh:Mr: E:w."Bdo_E;weTcomes Mr.,and Mrs. Simpson  to "Open House" ceremony. On the left are Mr.,G. H. Goertzen (officer in .charge of  the new branch) and Mrs,.E. W: Booths  r   *'* - , :   >   ^ , 1-��  ���*  Benner, told the, commission he,  ��_��_^__%_,_��.i n.y_M/..��A  felt it timetwo new commis-~ negjOnai TeilfUre  sioners be .chosen to replace  two members; who 'by their  failure"to, attetul meetings; were  obviously, not -interested. ,>  It was therefore moved the  two, in question be- asked to  submit formal resignation.'The  commission will then seek two  new.members, making a total  of eighth _a        .   '���'7  Plans for future' recreational  functions include a teen'canteen  but it was decided to concentrate oh Amateur.Night1 first. -,  : Need-of funds for next summer's ^activities wasr discussed"  School Boord approve  sgilfep piritklpiti��!  Pender Ha?bditf  isirong oh afirb :  Wow oppolntment  WEJtXOl&E aadition to the  ���-Hoard' of "School Trustees, Cliff Thorald-has :re-;'  sided in the , district for  ejlght years.       ��� :' -; y  Trustee elected  io school board  APPOINTMENT of Cliff Thor*  aid of West Sechelt to the  Board of School Trustees, replacing Mrs. Murial Ball, who  -resigned recently, was officially confirmed last week* by Victoria.  Born in Edmonton, Cliff has  resided In this district for thc  past eight years where he has  been active for the past two  years on West Sechelt Water  Board. He is a veteran with  six years' wartime service,  most of which was served* overseas.  |A son nnd one daughter havo  just graduated from Elphinstone High, a younger daughter still attends in Grade D.  (An employee at port Mellon,  Mr. Thorald will prove- a welcome Addition to the board, Ho  wlU represent zone A, West  anp North Sechelt, division DO.  at'length* "Mr.^aiwrence point-. ��^->>*r^'^^*Wf_?  B^nd5nat^lJytfi^B.C.li_ns.    "*   "^   *'   It is hoped to purchase, badminton' and volleyball, sets andra  checkerboard is also upder consideration;   * -  ���      '  Next meeting vof the commission is slated for October 13.  PARTICIPATION by School District 46 in the establishment of & Regional College on the North Shore was  discussed by* board trustees at their, last meeting..  . * Assistant Secretary-Treasurer  Ray ChamberUn, trustees Celia  Fisher" ahd Wm.- Malcolm represented Sechelt District at a  *��� _^��" ���* **"*  J    _l*      _i ���*-t___-_ll_.     * __  ^ancf ^W^tt;Vanc<^veTr��.cKobr  Districts., ''   ;        %      7 -  ,The college wiU be_built even,  if this.districtdoes not participate,..said   Mrs.   Fisher,, but1  students   from   participating  school districts (would naturally  INSUPPICIENT,ihterest ftrkca-7  ' demic subjects twas indicated  by a, small turnout;of. Pender  Harbouritesat the .adult-education meeting, held September  28.'Night* classes in these subjects -will therefore be held at  Elphinstone. -  ~^    ^      I        } , Although a larger number ap-  Ve given preference when seek- Speared   Interested   in' "general  ing admission W the^new col-    night schpol, a variety of pre?  lege/ o    ^ "     s7l   t ~ * 7 -     fererices^left^too-few to form  Trustees decided to "make a    one particular class.;However/  i    _.   i  ..     _       .*   .   .v      -  t :*-."*!_J   Li ���   ~iti    l ~ *���  v.*r*JT)fA&  f >  Charge waived  IWt-wnww^wJCwww- i-��iiiwiiii***-**i**.i--oi**-i i ii ��y,  ���  ^  scfiniiiiote  i emeis esrffiff m  lumpef  . -i  wnys  SECHELT detachment of the RCMP is not letting indiscriminate refuse dumping go by* the board. Police  are in fact keeping a wary eye open for offenders, as  one local resident discovered last week.  Admitting he had been dump  ing in the one location for the  past 12 months, the offender,  when1 caught, was given three  hours to remove the unsightly  collection, by Cpl. Ray Nelson.  His co-operation was quickly  given, and tho moss removed  in the aloUcd time. Charges  were thcreforo withheld.  Cpl. Nelson told the Times,  this sort of thing creates both  a fire and health hazard and  any future offenders caught  will face the magistrate. "Wo  Grants obsolete . . .  Firemen seek support  forming lire district   CHAIRMAN of the Sechelt Volunteer Fire Brigade firo  district project, Gordon Hall, in an open letter to the  rbsldents of the district served by the firo gervlco says;  You wlU notice hn advertise*    ���  barely ahlo to /rurvivo on this  has had to'btrdono whether it  he a! chimney firo Ih a follow  arc keeping a close watch and  have a number of known offenders under surveillance,"  he said.  OTHERS CHARGED  William Smith of Vancouver,  was charged as a result of'an  accident at Madeira Park in  which he rolled a truck, tho  property of Powell River-Pen*  der Harbour Freight Lines.  Pound guilty of driving without due care and attention, the  accused was' fined $50 And  costs when ho appeared before Magistrate Charles Mlt-  tlestoadt last Friday. The mishap occurred September 13th,  3905.  Another Vancouver man, Robert Stephanson, charged with  driving without duo caro and  how many students would take,  advantage of such a,college before they committed themselves,  financially but ,a, motion ,was  approved to participate' in the  establishment,, maintenance' and  operation of a regional college  on the North Shore.  The federal government pays  75 per cent of the cost of such;  colleges which ware recommended in the MacDonald/Report released in 1962. Located  in central positions^these col-,  leges make it possible for many  students to commute from their  homes, reducing the cost of accommodation. They offer tuition in first and second year  university programs from  which students can transfer to  the university of their choice.  Special two-year . courses are  also offered leading to jobs  which require a higher standard,  of education than secondary  school i graduation.  larity and classs will be conducted by Mrs. Stephanie Hoop*  eay ;commencing'   Wednesday^,  October. 6  at  8 p.m. in r the.  Pender,  . Harbour., Secondary .  school. -  Free tickets 16 ���  Sechelt Theatre'  THREE tickets to the Sechelt  .Theatre are awarded free*  each week to the holders of ther  three lucky numbers, selected-  each week and distributed, one  in each of ' three advertise-,  ments within the page^ of The.  Times.  Look carefully and if you,  find your number, just drop in,'  to The Times office and pick.  up your ticket to any perform** \  ancc.    ���i     ,      ,. ,..      ������������� i  ^  ^  Revised scheme  it  Water system within  confines of ARDA act  i. /  ment In this pnpor regarding  formation of �� firo district,  Tho time has come- that the  vqluntcer firemen can not longer depend on grants, donations and the money the firo*  mon beg for hy going from  door to'door, .Tho firemen woro  ^flre^^n'8'^lwuwrfe-'Ot��"��-'th��t'- Ilfo  .and death,struggle in a violently hot firo, Maytfe tho men get  hot and dirty, you will never  ���toe page 8  CHAIRMAN of the ARDA committee of the chamber of  commerce, Norm Watson, attended a nominating  convention in Vancouver Saturday, October 2 at which  Dr. Jack Davis was nominated unopposed as candidate  for the Coast-Capilano riding. I  Following a discussion, with Maurice Suave, mini- j  ster of forests in the last government, who was also I  responsible for the ARDA project, Mr. Watson told Tho !  I, attention "following. anJncldonU .Times, ho felt assured the.district could cfcrlve consider-1  in which his car left tho high*   able gain under the scheme^ l|  way at Saginaw Lake Soptcm- A comprehensive water system for both domestic  and commercial use, is now well within the confines of ���  tho act, he soldi The act was revised, in 1965 and now ,  makes provision for this facility, !  This announcement follows on tho heels of remarks  mode by Trado Minister Ralph Loffmark in an address  to a Powell River, audience recently during which he ,  Bredicted that industry would move to the Peninsula and .'  lathis department would give full co-operation to any '  B.C. community interested \n securing secondary Indus- '  try for tho area.  ber 20th at 8 a.m., was fined  $50 and costs.  Stophanson was returning to  Vancouver from Powoll Rlvor,  and said ho had fallen asleep  at tho wheel. Ho had been  working all night.  ��� Vornon , Laklns of. Sechelt, ,  charged with being an Inter*  diet In possession, was, fined  $50 and costs,  i i \  -.**Wp*p.H'��-,��yp��  . ... .] i   . .. .  ,A, rPP./.iffec*.*...!* ) ,. .  j   . p. ..   \t   py.  .4 i  i      I i 'i._-t.'.--'1  <f   pp , *^"    '   i   *  ,l��ill      l>     / J    T  ���    '!     f,'     *  >  Page Z , .. Sechelt Peninsula,Times    , Wed., Oct. 6, 1965    HELp WANTED (cont't)      /f��R SAlE (Coninued) FQH rSAi-6 (ConHnuedT  i<**  i��  wmmwrmmr*mmmm0w*0**"0��r*'+mm*m  W8&3^*3msaLX?p*Um\     ' Telephone 885-9654  mmmmmmmmmmmpj*  I  Classified  ��� Published Wednesdays by 'the  $echelt Peninsula Times Ltd., ot  Sechelt, BXL   7   "   Member; Audit Bureau "  * !..,��� <     *,*.*$ Circulation  'V Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line AdBriefs 115 words}  ���Ojie Insertion , _���_-50c  -   i-. ~i  r-fi-Bj-  Three insertions _l_r,$1.00  Extra lines- (5 words) i^JlQc  Bcw Numbers, J__���10c extra'  25c Book-keeping charge istsdded  for AdBriefs not paid by pubtica-  7 <     tion date.  Display ad��erti_in��| - in - xtassrfied  *. Ad-Brief /*aluninSr .I.S50 per-inch.  Card Of Thanks, - Engagements,  Deaths, Births, In Memaaoav Coming Events, Etc. Pec insertiar, tup~to  40 wards) $1.25; extra worefe, ,3c,  tpch..25c Discount if,paid before  ��� i    , .       publication, f     ��� *.   '  Legal Notices:  |7c pen; count line (5 words! first  Insertion, 13c per count line subsequent insertions'.  Subscription Rates:  10c per copy, 50c per month (by  ^acrier);  $5.00 "year, in advance.  ���' * _ Special Citizens. $3 year.  7' -. 'i Deadlines: Saturday 5 p.m.  f* **4ni-the event of a -typographical  -terror advertising goods or services  7.at"jb wrong price, goods or services  :--jTjay,Tjot tesolct'and the difference  -.xtiarged to the" newspaper* Adver-  PERSONAL (Continued)  THE   BIBLE   says���Only   one.  ~ ~ way~to~Heavenrr ou-must-be���  come new. John 3-3. Phone 883-  2275. 9946-42  ENGAGEMENTS  MR. AND Mrs. J7H. Nelson4  . of Selma Park have the plea-:  sure of announcing the engage*  went of their daughter Bonnie  'to Philip" Raines, son of7Mr.,  - and Mrs. _tf. Haines of Vancouver, B.C. * 9932-42  WORK WANTED  xFOE.Carpentry'. New*and-re*-"'  ���pair work. Contact V. "Mtt-  "Cheai\��85^58__   7 ' -l ��� '9784-tfn  TREE planter, required for pro- -  ject '������ starting ^approximately  "��� October 18. Apply B.C. Forest  Service,* ;Sechelt.   Phones 883-  _2034L', ,.A <        2327-43  v*                          V        . P.      ^ * |P^  ���*���       ���       \    'P        '       '  '��� '  MAKE * Money  Now���Male   or  " female. SalaFpickers required"  at  once���-training  given.   Contact John" Hayes at Bled Fern"  & Moss, 885-9313. Located ihVSe-  _j;hett7Eheatis_buHding_  UNDERWOOD   standard  type-,  "writer,   $20.   Phone  885-9571.  9923-tfn  rDEEP well-water pump. Excellent   working   order.- $50.00.'  Phone 883-2315. 9938-42  27'  TROLLER   and  1954   Ford  sedan    delivery,    $1095    or  trade.   883-2392. 9922-43  9947-44   **, GUNS - GUNS - GUNS~  13-FT.   TEAR  drop  trailed ,2  single  beds.  Propane" stpve^  ice  box.   Excellent  condition.  Phone Pender-Harbour, 883-2498  9934*44 J  ^  ���**, ��     y _ s  WOOD delivered anywhere on  Peninsula. Alder," $12; Fir,*  $14; Maple, $12. dryt milhvood,  $13. Order while .weather is  favorable. Al Cook, Phone "88j5*-  9674.        7 >   V 9861-45  FOR RENT  2   BEDROOM   housed kitchen.  "\ and" living  room   combined."  ��� with bath. Op beach:,at Jted**  roo&s, oil heater. Phone ,885-  --9382.^      .     . v>'/; > ,7 991042^  !{_JMALL:o-fice,_n ���redit-Vnion|  % building; - Sechelt t tight' sand*  sheat included; $4$ per, mouth. ���  Phone' 885-85S1. *'. - v   "^(UZ;  REAL ESTATE  ���EXPERIENCED-  ���terior-exterior.  mates. J, Jarvis  - painter,' 'in-  .Free -~* esti-  886-2987.    " * *  9867-tfn  L  .ii^^a^fising is merely on-offer to sell.  .%��..��������*-  ^ $*���*.'  ��ritf_ may  be  withdrawn  at any  7: , tifrte."  Advertising Is accepted on-the con-  ,.%J .,',. drtipnthat, in the event of typo-  *"*' *' "  - &rapr)icaf"error, that portion of the  ���    ;_ - edvertising.'spaceroecupied by the  ' <J- erroneous item,-together with reas-  .. w - -;���\��nable allowance for signature, will  --.--nptbechargedfor, butthejjalonce  ��� of Jthe advertisement will be paid  " - r~'A ."7 . -'>";,-for at the applicable rate. -   -  -.   ���_..._;. �� composition -charge' is made for  \-_ ^dd&ertising accepted;and put into  -* 7'production,   but*<,cancelled. ^before.  ���-.--' o -~ faibHcation. Change from' original  -- cbiy .when proof , is submitted to  "���'-"7 ".' customer is .also chargeable at an  A Z',,.,   .-hourly rate for the additional work  " "' "'  *  ' l required.  '  LOST  V REWARD���Lost at Gibsons,  7'Vj'R'earooffs or Pender Har-  '."--l-ouiir',Keys on -ring. Finder'  phone  886-9900. ' 9904-42  ^please*  /"��� *>  '-1.0ST in vicinity of C & S  ZZ i Sales and Cozy Court���One  7,-cJuld's Savage oxford, brown.  ,7-FJeaSe phone 885-2008 or leave  V'at, Times Office, 9937-42  MACHINERY  ., .;.��*.,!  ;��*'j_5'  KVA    automatic-controlled  v"''.Dorraan Diesel Power Plants,  p/v'*.&|ouhted   on   skids   in   as-new  ��������� V'^condition.    Replacement    cost  ^10,000-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  PERSONAL  SIGNS   painted,   lettering   ot  vehicles   a   specialty.   Dave  ���Pinkney,   Gibsons.   Phone  886-  D829. 9834-tfn  ROY BOLDERSON   r   H  Box 435 - Sechelt 7  885-9530 Evenings     ���  Rototilling - Plowing  \  Grading -Rolling  Other Field and -Garden Cultivation; Mowing - Larger lawns,  and/or weed and brush, areas."  ,(Assortment of six types and  sizes of machines) ,       *���  Power Sweeping Parking   .,  -  - Area, Streets etc,  ..  V       . '9826-tfn:,   v         ^ *���       ,  HELP WANTED  Mrs. Naida Wilson,  Now 10 years in business.  REQUIRES SALAL PICKERS,  Phone 885-9746 or write c-b Box  390, Sechelt. ���   9884-41.  ADULT EDUCATION  ., DIRECTOR  A director of Adult Education is  required to maintain and ex-,  pand an existing small program  on the Sunshine Coast. The Director will be based at Gibsons,  but will be covering the entire  Sechelt School District stretch-'  ing from Bowen Island to Vancouver Bay. Hours of work will  be flexible and future prospects will depend upon the degree to which thc Director is  able to realize the potential of  the area. The appointment will  be on probation at a salary of  $400.00 per month. The Director  need not be a trained teacher;  however a background , ln educational administration would,  be an advantage, Written applications should be mailed' to the  Secretary-Treasurer, School  District No. 40 (Sechelt), Box  220, Gibsons, B.C,      ,    9942-42  77^7GtBSpNS AREA ;  "   ���  nTwb43edroom   * -   j  modern .home,   -V_-acre,   good  -weU,1 garden and "fruit tres, gar-  - age.< $9,500.00 F.P. Terms considered.  . -  Four-bedroom  on acre, good workshop with,  cement floor, view lot, well in-  ,sidatedi���*aew> -hqus,e.-_ 'F.P..  *. ' " -^-$15,000.00.- Terms  ,���RQBERTS ..GREEK  , 123. W-FT. Four-bedroom .  on level lot tq' beach. Year  .'round well. Just, under one  . acre.; F.P.* $16,000.00 Terms. "  WEST. SECHELT  Two-bedroom  -Auto, .oil heat, -view, % base*  'ment, watefline in soon. F.P.  V. '   ^00.00.  H. B. GORDON &  J KENNETf LTD. v  7:Sechelt .and, Gibsons,  B.jC.,  '"���A   Ehbne. 885-2013"   7, ,    *  ; Ron McSavaney 886-9656,  .*   . ! 9943-42  20- ACRES,   Reed. Road,   Gib-'  ��ons. <60* road frontage. - All  facilities  available.  Must sell,  886-7751. 9902--42  2--50' Lots  Granthams, $1,100 each  Beautiful   view   lot,   Langdale,  $2,500.    Terms.. .Cleared    lot,  house   site   prepared,   view���*  .  Soames,   $2,500.  V^kH-piq l"vl>#Jib#JI/  2 NEW SUBDIVISIONS  WATERFRONT LOTS  ,   Earls Cove Subdivision'��� adjacent to Earls Cove  ferry terminal on the Sunshine Coast Highway.  - ^ ��� Also ^ LARGE VIEW LOTS  ,   Madeira Park Subdivision --- overlooking  Pender  \*-.Harbour and  Gulf ��� 10% down ���- easy terms  on balance, Discount for posh'.,  1 FOR SALE BY OWNER  O. SLADEY ��� Madeira Park, B.C. ,  Phono 803-2233' or phono North Vancouver  985-4934     '  Everything  for the  Hunter  *    dt your hunting  . t.    headquarters.  WAIT "NYGREN,SALES  LTD.    ���  886-9303 - Gibsons, B.C.  -    , 9863-tfn  STEEL  weld   coal   and  wood  . furnace with forced, hot air.  Reasonable.. Phone 385-9680.  '     " '   ' ' 9940-44  GOOD hay for sale, delivered,  -'$40 per ton. 5 ton lots, J. Bayer,** RR 1 North Surrey. Phone  946-6568. 9883-42  3-BEDROOM house. Must be  , moved. For further information Phone 883-2419, or can be  seen at Irvine's Landing.  9935-44  CHICKENS,  50c   each. �� Ready  for -f reezer��� (dressed)���$1.00.  Ph. 885-2048.    ^ 9948-4^   i : ^  RUBBER stamps ot -all descriptions may' be" obtained  at The Times. Phone 885-9G5&  Quick service on all orders^  vtce on ail orders. ' 7. ^;   y*  Demonstrator Specials'' ,  Moffat 12. Cu. Ft refrigerator*  $169.00; Moffat Automatic Washer, $219.00.       .77  Full Guarantee  '.���"  McPhedron Electric  Sunnycrest  Plaza, '"  Gibsons, B.C:  -9945ttt  Ii  LIKE   NEW,   one   becrbottle  opener. Phone 885-S47S. .     ���  , 9941-42-  LARGE-size wood burning circulating  heater.   Phone 885*  9619. -    f^933-44'  FOR   LETTERHEADS,7����vel-;  opes,    statements,    invoices;  and   all  commercial  printing,)  contact  the , Times   office   at  E. McMYNN  REAL ESTATE &  INSURANCE  Box 238       Gibsons '    886-2166  Res.  886-2500,  886-2681,  886-2393  9944*42 '  CARS ond TRUCKS  1955 PONTIAC,  radio,  heater", ���  new tires, automatic V8. Top  condition. Phone 883-2669,  9921-43  1960 ' MONARCH   H,T���   whle.  Radio, heater, power steering  and brakes. Good condition. Ph, '  885-9550 . 9999-43 '  BOATS & ENGINES  33' TROLLER for sale, ready  to fish, $2,500���less for cash.  883-2417, 9911*44  TRAILERS ~  35'x8' PAN AMERICAN house  trailer, fully equipped, Phono  880*2715, 0939-44  FOR SALE  MY BEE USED  FURNITURE  Phono 886-2346, Gibsons  Neat to Ken's Parking  Beer bottles. Wo buy and  soil everything  9991-tfn  Paint - Fibreglass - Rope  Canvas - Boot Hardware  WALT NYGREN SALES  LTD.  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-9303  . 7857-Un  1 Singer sewing machine, con-  .sole $115-95; -1 used refriger-,  ator ,$49:95; 1, Domestic, sew-,  ing machine, console ,$89.95;  Parker's Hardware, j Sechelt,  Phone 885-2171. We are Hoover  dealer for Sechelt Peninsula.-  9929-41  BUY  and. save  on  quantity���  Smoke fish and fresh local fish  only. Plant' at James Wharf.'  Sechelt. 885-9721. 7841-tfn  FOR SALE  Screened Gravel $12  .Unscreened Midden-Shell  Dirt  $10  ,Road Material  $5  ,' s for- 5 cU.' ydls.  Block Septic Tanks fi/Well''  Linings    at    rock    bottom,  prices  A. SIMPKINS - Sechelt  Phone 885-2132  98t4tfn  Sunshine Coast  Oospei, ChurchJ  (Undenominational)"  Sunday School  10 a.m.  Church Service  11:15 a.m.  PASTOR REV. S. CASS&LS  Selma Pork Community Hall  ST. JOHN'S  UNITED CHURCH  Wilson Creek, B.C.  i, V  Sunday School���9-45 a,tn.  DivlnoWorshlp-Jn-15 o.m.  Ud by.Mifss H. E. Campbell  1 ...  ��� * ExaJpt on 2nd Sunday each  ' month  ��� Family Sfervfco���11:15 a.m.  Divlno Service���3:30 p.m.  Led by Rov, W. M. Cameron  Xmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmi  \      Sechelt Peninsula  j    Unitarian Fellowship  Regular Meeting  each Thursday  8:00 p.m.  Earl Haig Camp  Roberts Crook  BETHEL BAPTIST  CHURCH  SICHEIT  SERVICES  Sunday School ��� 10 a.m.  Church Sorvico��� 1 \tIS a.m.  Prayer - Wednesday 7:30 p.m.  PASTOR  '    REV. A. WILLIS  '    You aro Invited to attend  any or cach iervlcel  '  Tho  Anglican Church  OP CANADA     .   Kcclor Uov*. James II, Fergimonr H,A.y fcthr' '"'  Phono 885-*>7J*��3  Sunday, October TO, 1965  ST. HILDA'S���-SECHELT  Morning Prayer���-11:00 a,m,  ���   EGMONT,  Evensong-���3:00 p,m,  MADEIRA PARK  Evonsong-^7:30 p.mi  eat'  cf  M  ��� r*r  u  J*". ��>  C **1 -.1-  'it  *��  m    St ti*   '  . **-rS  ���c -a* n *  < *r  ti -O) I.?  < '.; tA J  Cosmetic value is the primary',  reason given by both sexes for  wearing contact * lenses, says;  the Canadian-/-Association ol,  Optometrists. The second^ niostJ  important reason is better vi��  sion; third Js the improved;  ^post-operative .vision;** I'inA]  fourth is - occupation. AV\ * > t * -  J  I:.7!l7i:7i;v:7.v:.V;v.7.:V7l;:H��l'iv!7;l^ 1   *��"���*���       .C       l \ ^- * ^       ^ ill ''^ I1*  ^^    J*  f'  LEGAL NOTICES  \  <   v.  .  Wed.# Oct. 6, 1965      Sechelr Peninsula Times  Page 3  \if v-il -"���' *J���*���  ���"- * \V  >  f'*>.  T   J      \  Helps home owner V / ��;���, /, ; v_   ^ n. r" ... t     i ,      ..     .   . f      t        "* j �����>       r^  Davis on grdii elevator  anas government shuie  ,. -..j rf (���  Gibsohs .Septic: Tcieik  >: .   ;Service..   *   _.  (Section, 82) *,  Wrtt^; r# rnto*.Ho�� *n A���^,U7J*^CK -OAVlS,;Cpast-Capilaoo Liberal MP; in/the lastv  ���        > tSeild'?Py' < ^ parliam^ntsaid Hial"the deelopment of port faciii-  _. _: ._w~-^ __~_*____*_x-_*__--ties, including graiir^evatorsvlan^  ��� In Land Recording District of   facilities-willdouauclrto,ww_ih the4ax baseband rfelieve  Vancouver, and situate on South "' the home-owner from the ;tb*eat of increased property'  , shore of Noitt lake.     ^        tax in North .Vancouver Ci^r and Distritt     *  -Take notice that Albert Edward   ~ c-   M>- ��'    v -i,,,^ ���f ���   -,'5 : ^,    -  .. Dawson'of 8049 Cartter Street, . JS^i^JSVgjL'S'f ti   ��� ,        * * -    *, fc    -     *  Vancouver, occupation barbfer,   P��{r^s *}"���� the Liberal no-i tion   to make, wax for more  ,  intends to apply for' a  lease   ndnanon,last week, Davis said, essential, faculties is a tnbutev  >    of   the   following ��� described   h? ^ wWwd hard duringhis   to,the sawmill owners, the wor-  lands:��� . -**    /��� ,7   ^ three^ye^rs as^an MP in the.   kers and, the government ��� a ���*>  ;     " .-7 ,. * , **    7" 7"   * ��� formation of* the; I��orf of. Van-"v refreshing example of co-oper- -  t    Con\mencing at a post planted   couver    Development    Board,   ntion."'     '       '     '/    ,'  * , at N.W, corner of DL 6999 GPL    The'Federal Government had       yjavis said, that -.he   grain  N.^,D.~ thence  Wesr along" also borne a largefpart of the   handling, facility irould result  W^/iJ^LI ,co.^o�� reloca^on.of.the.^aw-*. _, ten,times the tax revenue ,  L 7000 125 ft more or, less;    nulls and workers in the^rea^ previously    accniing   to " the  ^&��&6Wft;^ceEas    ?0w: being - developed for port* g^ ���� rfeuS? homeown-; .  IS IL to W.  Boundary Of ��� LOt    facihties. - ��      .   ers   flf  increases   wfiiefi   mitfht *  purpose of homesite.    / ; __  .    5      -Albert,Edward. Dawson   Helpful hints . . .  "' Dated '22 September, 'J965.       ��� ���   10000���Pub. Oct 6, 13, 20, 2T,  1965.  886-2848 or 886-2404  Iwish to thank all those who patronized our ser-  .*j j *��  -viceln the post ond Wish the new owners  CY & GERRY? JOHNSTON   ;  A-    the some success.      7..   -.  886-7798  ���5 **  JACK FRCUSS  Form No. 15 (Section 40)  "LAND ACT"       [     _  Noticei of Intention To Apply to  Purchase Land  Colors to make a change  - ... . . -  in any dull, dark room  THE IMAGINATIVE home-owner can work wonders  with color to create a bright,, fresh appearance. He  can also seemingly change the shape of a room. For example, by using paint' effectively he can make a small  room look much larger than it is, bring interest to a  square narrow room, widen a long, narrow room, or  raise or lower a ceiling.          In Land Recording District of Here are some suggestions and smaller. The bold warm  Vancouver and situate up the from the Canadian Paint, Var-- colors-will transform a barn-  y Sunshine Coast Highway, pass- nish and\Lacquer Association like living room into a pleasant  ing Madeira Park, situated Jn~ on how to use color dynamical- place to spend your time or en-  the Pender Harbour Area, ap-   Jy. y tertain friends. If you ceiling is  proximately 3 miles from Ma-      colors are often classified as   overly high, a dark or warm  deira Park, north of amended   being Warm or cool. Red, or-   co^>v w^ he most effective,  parcel WE'\ L 1025. wage, yellow and yellow-green      Some  rooms 'are longJ and  Take notice ihat I Williams are warm colors; they seem to narrow. Paint the narrow ends  Peters of Madeira Park Bn- advance toward you. Objects in a dark or warm color and  Cish Columbia, occupation ran- Panted in these colors will the long walls in light or cool  cher' intend to apply for per- seem smaUer because of this colors. Magically, the dark  mission to purchase the follow-   apparent advance. walls wfll seem to approach,  ing described lands:��� Blues,    violets,    blue-greens    the side walls to recede. The  and blue-greys are the cool co-   r0010 w^i *&& on a better ap-  Commenclng at a post planted   iors. Because they seem to re-    pearance.  the S.E. corner of T L 1278,    treat from you, objects painted      A perfectly square room can  thence   N.   3,995   feet   to   the   m these colors will seem larg-    be a dull room. Make it more  N.E. corner, from the N.E, cor-   er, < interesting by paintingrone of  S!-.5,^J,CCt.i,��0 MewNVLC�������r;      Cdon* have another property,    the walls in a bright, warm co-  -   ?7nr, ,Sftt 2w" J?JLT.    to��. ����at of reflection. Light co-    lor. This wall will be the focus  5hSLw i^Lf^'.UnWP     to"   "fi-**   more   light   and    of attention,  thence E. 1,500 feet to the N.E,    make   obiect_    se* fflrlher      \jse it to <  ���*+  :Ctiam\Saw' Centre1 /;  Wilson Creek, B.C. =    *J"_    '   '        Phone 885-9626  >        AGENTS FOR  HOMELITE . McCULLOCH - P.M. CANADIEN . STIHL  PIONEER CHAIN SAWS ond  JACOBSEN ROTARY MOWERS  PARTS ond ACCESSORIES  GOOD RECONDITIONED SAWS ALWAYS ON- HAND  emphasize or high-  STiSl -niJI^i'.i.i-?�� Jt    "Sht colors  wiU  seem  larger mily  heirloom,  or  even  your  Jl Tl��Ptt' JL??   X���f��S   than one painted in dark colors, latest    major   furniture   pur-  ner; then 3,780 feet to point of                J chase< ,t wiU ^ more notice.  origination,   S.E.   corner,   and      warK   co*ow _,maKe   0DJe��:w ..         .   . ^       ���   ,      ...  containing 509 acres, more or   ������n  ��maU and heavier and Knt gcolor  1MS                          *                   make things seem closer. Thus, Iclf"1 color' . .                ....  an overly-large room  can be Today's paints are available  The purposo for which the land   mad0 moro intimate by paint- ina multitude of colors. But  Is required is for ranch and   injj _t tn dark tones only *luallty Palnts have lasting  *                                                                             ' hiding power and retain their  color brilliance.  farm use.  -WILLIAM   PETERS  Dated September 28, 1965.  2328���Pub. Oct. 6, 1965.  Tho Canadian Association of  Optometrists vfarrw thqt the  most frequent causes of youthful eye Injuries are blows,  sharp   objects,   falls,   foreign  bodies in tho eye, fireworks, , paint it in a dark or warm  and, BB guns. color to make it moro Inviting  If a room seems too small,  thc 'walls and woodwork -should   be painted In light, cool colors.      ���. '  .   .   .    .  The pale colors make the walls     /om4e? ����; made *�� j*0 lov"  visually recede and create the   cd- pot tQ ^ ��^erstood.  illusion of a larger room. Similarly,   a   low celling  can  be  mado to look higher if it is  nainted white or in a light tint.  If a room seems too large,  can help  A community, newspaper's strongest  foundation is a list of steady subscribers. We need YOUR support if we  ore to keep growing and to adequately  serve your area. Become a regular  reader now . . . you'll find it more convenient, you'll never miss an issue, and  you'll be helping build your community!  THANKS!  ���CLIP THIS COUPON  No. 2  Yes, I'd like to be a regular subscriber to The Sechelt Peninsula  Times ond support my community newspaper.  Enclosed is cheque   Q   M/O   ���   for $���       nam'e-���J   ADDRESS  PLEASE CHECK:  New D     Renewal P  Subscription Rates:  1 year $5-2 yean $9.3 years $13  MAIt OR BRING TO:  Sechelt Peninsula Times, Box 381, Sechelt, B.C.  C!  Thoro will bo a public meeting at which  tho public is cordially invltod to discuss  tho proposed firo district.  You oro urged to attend this informativo  meeting Wednesday, October .13th in the  Firo Hall, Sechelt.  IECHELT mk SERVICE  PORPOISE RAY  (Secheltj   B.C.  Ail. Chaste? & Aircraft Maiiteiance  Fishing  Iff* *-V-Wnif,*_*--ft>   IamiM**-! t* J* J J*  Hunting  Freight  Air Taxi  I ������>���.,-; Jf>��. *>**���*_ W--Hi  Contract Flying  tu''*t"fr^   tl*>ljll--U- f h .1-.-H-IP  ,>|l ���--���������-.-.( Hlb-. rfi l( fl4>*-: 4,i*f. -fri ���,!������ j-(���<���**������    t,**.i*ii  Sightseeing, Toura  Timber Cruising  Air Ambulance  PHONE SECHELT 885"954Mt AND BOOH FLIGHT  m.'i_mii.i.iiiB*c*  ^  I  i  *  ���*  J  \  A  1  f* I  hi y il t  l     c  ����� r, *.t   K  .��  <- ( <  pp ���.  'J  r7 /nay />. wrong, ��>/rt / s/ia// no. be so wrong as to foil to say what I believe to be right.''���John Atkins  ���-.,w-,-p. ,  p Wednesday, October 6,1965, < ������"���"  ������' ' ���' "  Small MIbmIs  ��tosdoletpe  - T,HERE IS little doubt we live in what Pre-  ,4    mier W. A. C. Bennett prefers to call a  dynamic province and from a commercial point  of view a dynamic outlook is necessary to keep  up with the times.  It is true that once in a while a business  folds but in so many cases the fault lies with  the operator for in almost any * community  throughout the province the accent is on  growth. All too often, small thinking and a  limited outlook has been directly responsible  for the failure of what could have been a good  -Ousiness.  It is an era in which a drug store operates  a coffee bar, sells candy, stationery, cameras  and often even hardware appliances. Hardware  stores may stock items not even remotely  connected with a hardware store, while food  markets now stock phonograph records, gardening equipment and . . . you name it, they  have it. This is the modern progressive trend  which it is futile to combat. The day of the  specialised shop is virtually over.  There are of course a few businesses specializing in one particular type of merchandise,  and providing they are successful, good luck  to them for such stores1 are indeedfa welcome^  change. However, there are a few small,businesses continually crying the blues because another operator carries a similar commodity  as a sideline. a  Certainly they have a point, but a rather  small one, for free enterprise cannot be' s��p-T  ported on one hand and condemned on the"  other. The answer is to get with it," broaden"  one*s outlook and fight back .with-a similar^  expansion. ., **  We have only to consider the business..  houses in our own community to realize that  over the years; those who have,prospered have'  been the merchants who have expanded with  the times. Others have dropped by the wayside. The small-minded approach no longer'  cuts ice and gains little or no supports It is_  in fact the earmark of a failing business which  invariably goes from bad to worse.  Our dynamic society, then, is not for the  weak and petty minded. It calls for progressive -  thinkers and people sufficiently dedicated to *  establishing a first-class service that they have '  no time for worrying about what the other man  is doing-   -------  Oibsons  E5S0 0ILFU  *-��. >  The Biwakwater fiamdwagi&Bi  PUBLIC speakers, namely politicians, as is  the case with writers, share the problem of  finding new material and in most cases attempt  to be original which is by no means an easy  task. It does, however, serve to distinguish the  old hands from the rank amateurs.  This is probably far greater emphasized  by the politician for it is extremely rare to read  words of wisdom by a politician which lack the  old familiar ring.  Politics are today a colossal joke totally  lacking dignity, with but a bare semblance of  honesty, deteriorating as the years go by.  Probably the greatest laugh-yet was the  pitiful about-face by John Diefenbaker who,  after making , continued - demands7' that the  Liberal leader call an election, turned completely around and accused him of every dubious tactic in the book, when he took the  advice of the Tory head and called an flection.  Closer to home, we have our own conservative candidate climbing on the breakwater  bandwagon, Captain* Boyd Shannon has re-  , peatedly suggested the project is simply a  political manoeuvre by Jack Davis. He has  aiso implied that Mr. Davis is merely deceiving  the people of Sechelt.  During past years, a large number of  responsible residents of this area have worked  closely with the member on the breakwater  project. He has put in a tremendous amount  of research and work into the project. It is  noted that during his investigation, some of  the large fish packers were opposed to the  scheme. In fact a considerable amount of Mr.  Davis's material is on hand in The Times office at this time.  Mr. Shannon, himself a large fishing company executive, now claims the estimated  $250,000 cost of the project is quite inadequate. This might well 'be so although one  would expect experts,' who worked out the*  cost, to have some idea. Nevertheless, should  the amount be insufficient, it is hardly likely  the wall will be left half completed. Extra cost  or not, it is logical to assume it will be completed, which js what we are concerned with.  A survey was promised by- Mr. Davis and was  carried out. He told The Times a week ago, it  . will be constructed, next year. In other words  there is every reason to feel confident thc  breakwater is almost fact.  Mr. Shannon's concern is very much ap-'  predated but quite unnecessary.  ��*&iiF4��e ���>ff P-0linq;neney  TO SAY we have a teenage problem on the  ii Peninsula would be something of an exaggeration for the vast majority of our youth  is far too busy forging through education to  be a problem to anyone,  Vandalism when it exists is almost invariably attributable to thc dropout element;  thc teenage smoker, drinker, and scrccchcr of  expensive rubber, Wherever we go, they arc  to be found, usually slouching around in noisy  gangs and in many cases frequenters of  magistrate's court. Thc damage they do to thc  teenage image is considerable and unfortunate,  for the majority, only too often, has to carry  the stigma of thc few,  Many and varied are the solutions put  forward to eliminate 'delinquency and vandalism, but except for a return to thc paddle,.  it is doubtful if any of thcirt is worthy df consideration, for the source of the problem is  seldom heard of; namely thc home influence.  j. It is a sad and deplorable fact that in so  many cases of dropouts and delinquency, unsatisfactory home conditions arc responsible.  ^Howpvcr.kccn a youngster, might be jo .make,  a success of schooling, he or she if) fighting a  lost cause if thc only pastime thc parents know  is drinking, partying or plain debauchery,  i One teenager wrote some time ago, that  she had decided to give home life n little more  consideration and for a change went home  effirty, On arrived, her mother proved to be out  playing bingo and licr father jjust made tho  front''door"before passing put', drunk,  Wc have another instance right now of  one moron who, haying deserted his wife ond  <Sfijldren, is living with aonthcr input's wife  under conditions not fit for pigs.  First of these examples, is .comparatively  common, thc second not too regular an occurrence but certainly not new. They both fit  into thc patterns of squalid conditions basically responsible for thc ferment prevalent in  the chip-carrying element who feci unwanted  and insecure.       ���   ��� ���        ���        ,-.  In our attempt lo find a solution, wc  should seek nearer the source and make a start  on thc parents,  m jrare  W0r0fmmm00000m000r000immmptm^mmpfmmrm0fmmmmm00000m  "**"* Published Wetlnestlft/jr at'Sc'cficIt"   on B,C7�� Sunshine Const  by   '   '��� '   ;  Sechelt PcnliiHiilu Times Ltd,  Don 381 j Sechelt, B.C.  Serving, the i\ret\ from Port Melton lo Egmont  (Howe pound to Jervis Inlet)  Douglas Q, Wheeler, Editor ' '  S. /��; Alsgard, Publisher  Subscription Rulesi  (In mlynncc)  1  Ycnr, $5 - 2 Ycnrs, %9 - 3 Yearn, $13  ���U,S, nnd Foreign, $5.30  . . . let a smile be your umbrella  Just became^ tho Declaration of Independence  siiys everyone is entitled'to Ihc pursuit of happiness,  it doesn't mean the government should finance tho  chase,  No Down Payment - Bank Interest  Ten Years To Pay  FIRST PAYMENT OCTOBER 1st  COMPLETE LINE OF APPLIANCES  For Free Estimate * Call 886*2728  ;\y.  Musicians and entertainers of all.  ages are invited to take part in a variety  night, to be presented at the end of  October in Secheit.  This will be a fund raising project  of the Sechelt Recreation Commission,  all interested and for full details, contact  Doug Wheeler at the Times office or any  member of the Recreation Commission.  Phone 885.-9654.  :,  1 ,', ;  Your SECHELT THEATRE  .   . iiA  PROUDLY  (PRESENTS  Fri.,  Sat.,  Mon.,  Ocr.  8 9-11  Jack Lemmon  Shirley  EUaoLafne In  '," '<' ���'  (Adult)  Tcchni-  color  Fabulous  Comedy  "���'>,  NAUGHTY  BUT NEVER  OFFENSIVE  Tho Show of  Tho Vcar .  Show Commences  ,  8:00 p.m.  Out by 10:30 p.m.  Increased  admissions  Spend an cyonlng  with Irma the  Parisian "POulo"  *r  Also THE MIDNIGHT SHOW  The Day of tlio Triffids  Suddenly tho hideous Triffids oro everywhere  They come to devour the human racie,   ,  Howord Keel - Nlcolo Mauroy - Technicolor  SUNDAY AT MIDNIGHT OCTOBER 10th  **  naa  ���Kite <*Wt>ii l-to#Hf-W--**'M��"_ I** -W**inM*s*  ���1     '''  .*���,..,.���_�������� wLUu.t.U }*AM'��M*H��*t*-��H*^*^ Ph. 885-2111  - Ted Farewell
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J • 4 7  ������A  ''AA^'\\K  YA,1<��.ffl*?L  ^'.  ,*r*~y  ���J  t  r        ^  Poge 6,     Sechelt Peninsula Times      Wed., Oct. 6, 1965  Round about the town  dependable power saws.7 We  did. and after demonstrating  them to a logger he said they"  were just what he was looking  for. He went to the city and  bought" two. (We were still ar-^  B.C.travelling vgovel  symbolic o! nctionSiood  '��� J  Al1"'  >���   N'    *fr  THERE seems to be a fixed idea-among many-Pemn-   sula folfcs that in _the _ matter, of Jmajox^purchases  you can-do better' in the city. *  '   -  * While this -might be open to  " ; 7  question, there is no doubt him trouble. He' said it was  whatever that you can "get _ara to start and that, the gen-  done" better by your city cou- * erator wasn't working and'two  ��� going about! the   commission        _._,-,-���     >< . n t���    ut  By Ed Green   when me C0LPany brought out   ^ MUNICIPAL gavel, made entirely of Bntish Columbia  the first omfman power saw.���*        woods and designed for the centenary (of CoiLteaerar ���, a  Again m demonstrated. One   ^ ^ 1967 ^ ^ use(j _y the presiding officer of e&Ctt   * *  man-wenlMo���the���city���and^msh^e*lumbiai^unicipaL council .during, 1967,^ it W3S    t  to   u':*" _:7J\ *_���. _.., t   t woiiarA 0P��npral chairman of   .  bought one and then failed to   ^JiJlJ^isd todav bv L. J* Wallace^ general chairmanTpf  ������' ���^._.-S?',__ __"_  r'SdilT^ederation.CenfeL-1- Committee^ *  and burned the new  saw   ���., -.     ..  pieces. He came to me for an British Columbia.     ���                                                                        _                  adjustment* because, he said, I Mr. Wallace, in a speech pre  sins. However, it is one of the   Qr three other things required   was the dealer. While this was pared for delivery ,to the an  great privileges of our demo  cratic way of life to be a sucker if you want to. It will not  take you long to learn that you  have about as much chance of  a comeback on what city slickers peddle, as a donkey falling  off a cliff. But, as said before,  that is your privilege. If you  ask for it, and get it, don't  expect your local dealer to get  you out of the mess.  Some people might ask,  "What does that fathead know  about it?" Unfortunately I  know a great deal by bitter  .personal experience and I'm  not ashamed to admit it. My  only excuse is that things were  somewhat different in those  days but even now while business methods might have changed the people remain the  ' same.  One time, when we operated  Secret    Cove    Marine    Basin,  which we started, we carried a  line  of  reputable   marine   engines. Not one, but two different parties, came to us and expressed interest in the engines.  * We spent a lot of time calculating the size' of the engines required, allowance on the trade-in,  value of the old  engines/  'cost of installation and many  other   details.  -The    potential  'customers  were so impressed  that they said they would be  .back in a  week or  two  and  place  their orders.  They  did,  .out not with us. They went to  "the-dealer in the city and in  due course returned with their  new engines,installed.-One of  .them seemed highly delighted  . when he  said the  installation  cost eight hundred dollars; not  the price of the engines-  just  ;the   installation.   There   is   no  \ need to go into ��� boring detail  'because  all  I   could   see  that  had been done was to shim up  , the' new engine and do a little  welding on a new exhaust pipe.  All of it could have been done  ' right at our own yard for less  than a  hundred  dollars.  But,  he was happy and he, went on  bis   way;   shake-down   trouble  ; fod   all,   for  which   we   were  1 grateful. '  The other,  a neighbor, who  , two months before got!, a price  ' from ns on a new cook stove  ' and then went to' the city to  buy one for, which he paid fifty  per cent more for the  same  tiling,   came   in �� complaining  that his new engine was giving  '%.   7.    ..'  B.C. HYDRO AND  POWER AUTHORITY  Invites Tenders  ��� for Tree and  Brush Control *���- ,  Nelson Island   ,  : REFERENCE CQ 1993  Scaled tenders clearly marked  ��� os above will be received  In Room 638, B.C, Hydro  & Power Authority Building,  97,0 0urrard Street,  Vancouver I, B,C,,'  until 12:00 noon,   ,  October 19, 1965,  Details may be obtained  at tho office of the  - Purchasing Department,  6th floor,  970 Bwrrard Street,  Vancouver I, B,C,,  telephone MUtual 3*071 lf  7VbJcal2579. ,   .7.... '.      A 7',  attention. He said that since I  was the' agent for these engines  it was my duty to service them  under  the   guarantee;  I  telephoned the  district dealer in  Vancouver  and  after  explaining how I had practically sold  both  engines  asked  what  my  commission would be. He told  me it wasn't his company's policy to pay commissions to sub-  dealers unless the sale and delivery were made at their premises.    He    said  they  would-,  make  no   allowance   whatever  for any work I did on the engine but if "Crying Willie", as  I had begun to call" my neighbor,  would bring his boat to  Vancouver    they    would    put  things right.  I forthwith  cancelled my  agency    and    told  Willie what he  could    do    in  more ways than one and washed    my  thing.  going on - another .big operator  bought'three:of them as they  solved his bucking problems. 1  was told this company had an  agreement with the city dealer  for a cut price and there, was  nothing left for me as commission. I was also told to give the  other fellow a,new saw and  send the old one back. I sent  them all, back and forgot a-  bout the whole thing.  And  so  it  goes,  experience  nual meeting of the Union of  British Columbia Municipalities, vsaid the unique gavel  would be passed by hand from  one municipality-to another. It?  would be carried by the presiding officer of one municipality  to another municipality and  presented to that presiding offi-  ver  at  the beginning  of  the  meeting. -  ^  Mr. Wallace told the meeting  Centennial   Geometric, Maple-  leaf. The'meetings at .which it ���  is used must-be regular,coun-'"  cil meetings, A scroll will- ac- ,  company the gavel from coun-''  cil chamber to council chamber and will bear the signatures ���'  of the, appropriate signing offi- '  cers from each municipality ;  "The gavel will be deposited  in the new Centennial museum  and archives building in Victoria," Mr.-Wallace, said.7'1  hope that in 2,067 a bicentennial committee will resurrect it  that the gavel would serve as a  after e^nce that, fas been   gg* **,�����* *__{   fa* �����*. * ** *�������� ag-ta.  Columbia in 1866, and of the  provinces which formed ( Canada in 1867 and thereafter. He  described it as symbolic of the  unity and * justice inherent in  Canadian nationhood.  The gavel will bear the provincial and federal ��coat of  arms, the provincial floral dogwood emblem and tbe National  duplicated times without num  ber on this Peninsula. It is the  same even in tbe .trades/ local  people, many of them at least,  do not understand that be - it  electricians, painters, stone  masons or anything else are  here to give the best possible  professional service and stand  behind  their work.  It  is  the  hands  of the  whole    same with any other merchandise. After our own dismal ex-  Although the majority of patients wear contact lenses for  cosmetic reasons, nearly'78 per  cent of all patients talk freely-,  of their contact lenses. Only' 17  per cent keep them secret, reports The Canadian Association  of Optometrists.'       7   <     '  I later had the agency for  . periences with the fast talking  another   engine   and   a    well  known lighting plant. A glassy-  eyed fisherman   was   pleased  with the new engine and said  he would buy one. He did, in  Vancouver but he couldn't get  immediate delivery. I also got  an order for a 1,000 watt lighting plant by a local resident.  He too couldn't get immediate  delivery even after^be went to  the city and paid cash for it.  We were running a fish packer  at the time and on our next ,  trip to the city called at the  dealer who said that he now  had   the   engine   and   lighting  plant,-in stock and'since both  had been  paid  for.he  would  give   me  ten  dollars  to  take  them  back  with  me.  He  too  said there would be no commission as the' sales had been  made in his office.   -No,    he  would - make no allowance for'  eventual   service.   I   told   him  what he could do with his engine, his lighting plant and his  ten dollars and that ended any  more ventures into the marine  field.  After selling Secret Cove and  moving to where we still are,  we went to; the  city  to  purchase goods and materials un-  , obtainable here.    While   there  , we  bought  an  electric   range  and  a  radio-phonograph combination from a still important,  city    appliance   dealer-   Both  were made by highly reputable  ' manufacturers yet in less than  a week thc connecting ends of  two of the stove's top elements  burned  off  and could  not bo  repaired. The radio too started  to  give , trouble.   A. telephone  ^all to the city  gave ua  the  ^comforting news that since wO  lived where wc did, no service  was  available  and we would '  have to get repairs at our own i  expense.    The    late   ��� Jimmy ���  Steele,  an expert radio man,  fixed thc radio but could  dp  nothing In a professional way  about the elements, However,  wc bucked off the motnl cover--  Ing of thc elements at tho ends  and bolted power saw teeth to  "��� thenr-and" they* worked for-a-  long time.  A lawyer, nftcr Investigation,  told us wc could, do nothing.  Tho company, he ��ald, were  willing to repair the Hlovo If we  would ship It In to them. No*  body explained how you went  about cooking If you packed up  your [stove and shipped It back  to .l^o city.   -were asked to take the agency  Later, while In Jogging,  wo  were asked to take tho agency  .    for one of the  belter known  city slickers, who regard us  as country bumpkins, we buy  little or nothing off the Peninsula. We have bought several  major appliances and various  goods. As soon as trouble arose  the local dealers were right on  the job, not in a week or two,  but in some cases in less than  an hour. There was no question  about repairs or replacements.  They were made at once.  It would be as well to remember now that if .you are contemplating  a  major  purchase  of any kind that the manufacturer has done highest to give  you   a   trouble   free   product.  Trouble,, however," will happen *  occasionally .so  it  is   equally  important   to   remember that  since  the   product  is   as   dependable as possible, -you are  also -buying, what really mat'  Iters in the long run ��� service.  You  can  also  be ��� warned   a-  gainst this flagrantly advertised Vdeals". You get no "deals"  that cannot be duplicated right  here. Try it and see.  Sechelt Bowling Alleys  ���by Eve Moscrip  HIGH scorer at the Sechelt  lanes last week was Lome Allan of the Sechelt Commercials  with 763, followed by Bemie  Payne of Pender Harbour with  625.  LEAGUE SCORES  Buckskins: Lloyd Jackson  610, Doreen Joe 581.  - Ladies: Mabel McDermid  676 (250), Dorothy Smith,261.  -- Ladies' matinee:-Jean Eldred  592 (276), Mary Henderson 592,  Hazel Skytte 263.  Pender   Harbour:   Bemie  Payne 725, Dennis Gamble 651  (283). Helen Edwardson 603.  Sechelt Commercial: Dorothy  Smith 311, Arvella Benner 702  (312), Lome Allan 763 (2387),  Lawrence Crucil 279, Eileen  Evans 253. ,  Sports Club: Hazel Skytte 667  (252), Lawrence Crucil 709,  Jean Eldred 253.   , t ��  Bailee Chain; Jack Goeson,  671, Fern Taylor 589., \  Junior School: Bobby Benner  238, Pat John 140, Eleanor  Swan 139 (90).  Ten Pins: Pat Mullen 517.  WfIIl/��IUIM/��IM//IIIlttIWiWMiIII/lIMMIIiIMiffm  No wonder the Russians are  sore pt the [Chinese., Tbey're  acting like a bunch of communists.  I  NEED A CAR?  NEW or USED  TRY  Peninsula  Motor Prod.  SECHELT, D.C.  Ph. 085-2111 - Ted Farewell  TARALTD.  PROUDLY PRESENTS  THE SENSATIONAL  WHITE REVIEW  ���    2 hour family show - .1. different acts from.  Las yegas featuring Radio and Television Stars.  A lovely debutant review,  COMEPY - DANCING - ACROBATICS  OCTOBER 11 and 12  , 2 shows nightly 7:00 p.m. ond 9:30 p.m.  PENDER HARBOUR COMMUNITY] HALL.  Madeira Park, B.C.  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Times      Pose 7  Business ladies  Elphinstone Hi Notes      meet at  ���By Pat Gooding  PROVINCIAL officers of B C 's  Business     and    Professional  ANOTHER year at Elphinstone is now well under way,   Sr^eifpemnXSdS  v A^iUesyARoylibeB;  Minister; of 7 Senior^.   ister of, ^umorK Social ^Affairs/  ISter"Ot7Jl|ni0r Social^ABairs/Jv    ' V* <���5^^       jr    l   Juawsuivui^K^pa-^preswt^ ,;*'    y v^     .  Siem^lt&etff&m&i* S#rV~-TVeirty^ Aadie^Evan*r��PeMLcM}'Y--rtt. fy i> t  1  ���  ilwr���'���~  *l  rFXVE CLUIL^wei^^iesentedsat^the first meeting <rf .^wbiek.he^find&^hims^'  *rA'  ,.'  p.   ^t^gri^ *^.W|   f1  ~f0Ot     .*/ f (  ��Miil8mg Enemee?  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( ants/yet to be comnleted^Mr. .people   of   Gibsons   >vere   not i^^Sra   -S-S  , Dayton said he had earlier,b^en generally wasteful- with water, " n^IS.���? '                          .  enthused Nwith the, prospects of be' does not particularly 'rrattn-   P^njwP?�����---r   T ,          ^      i  .Chaster   Creek.   However,   a mend'their use.    v             ,      'jtj���*%W.*$t!**L&l  . gauge test during tbe dry season* had indicated an insufficient supply, pther swccs of, r Attention  ,of   council   was,' ��on:       ,       ^          -v  1 supply- bad therefore' been ^drawn,tovdamoged'<streetligh<ts,i. , Gibsons,' Nov. 6**'65; - Sechelt,^  sought. Langdale Creek proved believed the, work \ of students HNov.j 27-'65j Sechelt but hosted  the most encouraging but with returning home' from school, by. Powell Rivex December lithe combined resources avail- One had been damaged near' '65; Gibsons,'hosted by Squa- i  able in the Gibsons area, suf-4 the school, one at Frankly^ Rd. nilsh Januaiy/15��'65;f,Gibsons,  ficicnt water for a - population and another on the outskirts of hosted by.- Petnbei^on; ' Febru-  of 5,000 only, could be antlcl- the village.,     *               \   <\   ' a^SjW, Following dates ^ be   mMWJrimimMmmiWSIMUWUtttmMWm  OCTOBp:7, 1965  '>     8:00 p.m:  i ���   , *.t  .THIS AD GOOD FOR ONE FREE CARD  PER'PERSON , '     l  pated,"       , * V  r I   The v chairman , pointed - out  (decided.;'   \ .n  On a  long-term  policy, the, that"damage to a light earlier       it'was resolve*thero fe four-   *$   '  engineer ajlvlscd it ���wouldKbe    had  amounted ,to $26., ���%. is i  man teams and that teams be rg ���   ���.,  necessary Jto look further afield    hoped tbe police 'are able to    classified after.the ttrird league   S  to F^obert^ Creek or even Mis-v, catch one of them so that we*, shoot,*The league is to he con- ^S  hIam      _*������_*__ __t��      ��_��_%_w_       ���_���__(____      0__._.l_a_lfr __���__<_ ��%_ ���___*_>   t,      ���--_* _%__���_ _������_l4k   %. l_��_ -1. _._..._[       1���._.      _^1^_ _ t# i  _____ _._       L_.__._l __:  formation of a  combined dis*    Chairman   Alf   Ritchey,   Com-,;  used for-classification,  trict might bo the best solu       .   .    ���     -.    - - ���   -      -  i i  wutmumtm  '   ",   I     v \<\ *       hi{a i J      JS  STARTING SHORTLY  Sponsored by* lhe'Sunshine Coast tions  t  tion," he said.  Asked his'views on water mc*  terp, he s^ld they aro excellent  as a fair* means of charging  for water, at the same tinhe  missloners Jim Drummond and ^    The events vfU be^sBot with   S  Sam Fladager. .22 rim fire/ pistol at 20 yartfs, ;a;  in I mi mil ii *.iiii--.ii|||ii|>ii i _��������������_���>"   mmfUmm mi  I-i-"ii m   mm-n��� ����������� ��� mmmmm in* Q  ROYAL CANADiAH  f"i  > \  BOYS AGE l3y2-&9 YEARS  Ii    W�� 'Yl  Are you interested in joining this fine organtxation?  o If so ���i Write Box 381 Sechelt or phone 885-2155 ]  S_ *    . .    .*  .evenings. Uniforms supplied,;  -     * ���  Training is gFyon in the following subjects;' *  RIFtE SHOOTING SEA HISTORY M VSA1U^ {  ''A' seamanswp , tv ���; - ��0_vM�� yroft^ ��� * ' syfiMMiNQ'  LEADERSHIP      7       OlSCIPtlNE ,       FIRST AID  lhe limes  Phone 085-9654  (MM  Our local cut field stone enhances the  beauty of modern rustic' architecture  Built by A. R. Simpkins, Sechelt, B.C   In 1 ���* is 1  mummmim  Uk��  _ pi I Ipi _, tin.; ��� ��pp fri*  4 +1  7  A,  t*  I *  z 4  I I  11  Pp I  iSeq Cooets with flood attendance r^cof*** ond-rHjrtoJn, Other qualltl-t I  'cations may bo permitted to qo on crises In RCN ships or atfcn<*t!|  ,6rie of the ��umto��r trplnlno establishments for o 7-ywsks trodek|  Jralnlnp co^reo. ,'n oddltlon/many carets ore selected to ott��V\d tfl'X  "2-wfeH cburs'e lp H^CS'QUADRA, tho tea Ca<^or Trqlplng EstOHjJ1  blls^menjt at tomox, on Vancouver Island, >  ��  J.'  Apply, to Box 381 Sechelt- or phone 805-9654 or  085-2155k evenings. Application form may be picked  7        up ot Peninsula Motors or The Times office.  ���� ,\, 885*9903 , .  fmtmmimmmimmtimmmmmmm/mim/mts,  \ I,  1   S  f 'f  i     ���| ,  I  l.'i  1) l    '���  ���f*    '  pf n *'  vt��Jf'*!  I'll -#ft*-<��> ��*��***> )��'  *������  ��� 1  *�� "* I ! ^ '   ' J*"'  *'    J  Page 87 ..Sechelt Peninsula'Times  Egmont Eye  Wea*., Oct. 6, "1965- (nofenames  - ��� ~ m. iaxi for.th  hotel  while  ���   * ���   v *dr  u  ^*M*V  ft  "observed to be on the. poiirfo-7  J "   next'mprnmg.7>ninus his shoes?. L!&^*$  ���by John Duniop ^others"had a"iired. ancl^some-  '       '    , _, - '*-.__ t_     \what faded^look^the* following   'ZM%..  WELFARE, why not?���Most of the commercial^fesher-, ;day v ��( y*:yyZZ\ ,. ^u    fffw  ^men from this^area .are-now back'home and iminy   < /Mu^t have;^' &a)] ^ 7W4  trOll- - "smnc .arid* aif-oollution we read  ij&l  'smog arid air-pollution 'we read  Ja bout so much these^d^sr^jp  coast ^people, partaeularl/'those  vof them are^faced with a winter of 'no wdrk'7'no  i5g'"aHdrih~^mirT^^e^r^^^  The  trollers,  on the  whole,  had a good year on the grounds    Club's Women's Auxiliary held ' from ^e^Egmoht? and ICJourten-       .  and fared better than many of    a successful rummage sale and *ay districts, are-not used to it.* y^.  the    seiners    and    gillnetters.    tea on Wednesday, {September ,A dozen or* so iyears/hence;it/ *#v  Many   of   the   net   fishermen,    29th. Mrs. Shirley (Gene) Sil- - is ���hoped that Kuby and'OliVerv -^  through  circumstances   beyond   'vey was the winner of the goes- will   do   the   same   for  their  their control,  will not qualify    sing contest.  .foi? unemployment .insurance  benefits. Some of them will,  by their own efforts,  manage  -to keep themselves and their  families throughout the winter  season but/with limited opportunities for winter employment  on the coast, many of them,  though willing to do so, will be  unable to find work.  Social assistance is the only  way out for the latter group. If  the Unemployment Insurance  Act is not quickly amended in  A former resident of Egmont, Mrs. Shelagh Crowe-  swords, was a guest panelist on  Royalite _ T.V. show 'Windfall' on September 29th. Shelagh, now residing in. Port Co-  quitlam, was our Postmistress  for several years, with her husband, Percy, operating the  store and fish buying camp.  They moved to Vancouver early in 1954.  Two annoying circumstances  are bothering our local inhabit-  youngesf daughter, six year old  Kristi. We should be, more ih-  ured^to the effects'of smog by  that time.    ,   ' ^<     7 7  MORE  ABOUT  ..  .  Volunteer firemen  firom page I���  method of financing a fire department.  The firemen have given their  time and hearts to a job that  hear one complain, but they  are complaining about the mo-  / jjy3r u, ���������<- ���*&���.  Sign here, please "  order to help the commercial    ant_- iarf- 0f beer and unreli-    ney they have-to work with to    THE ONLY document anyone Signed was the guest DOOK,  ficwm_.. ��,>,�� w__ -lonioH w.    .-_..   *_,_._;___._   _______    ��-__ at ias-*- Saturday's "Open House" held in the new  Pender Harbour .office of the Bank of Montreal. Happy  smiles indicate that officer-in-charge Mr. G. H, Goert-  zen fully approves of the new premises.  fisherman who was denied his  15 weekly stamps through enforced closures and a general  shortening of the- season, he  should apply to his nearest  Welfare Agency for assistance.  -He is entitled to it.  This is the purpose of our Social Welfare Department, to assist those who, through' no fault  of their own, require a helping  hand. Unfortunately, this is  ipnok always��-thescase; "The���������'-���department has been used quite  ��� extensively by many who now  regard welfare as a way of  life and as a good reason for  able telephone service. The  beer shortage has finally  caught up with us and there  are several enforced teetotalers, with parched throats and  woebegone countenances,' counting the days until the "current  dry spell ends. To further complicate matters, and due to the  'now-it-works and ,now-it-does-  ���n't- condition of our local telephone system, one- can not be  -sure-of- eontacting ^^neighbor  to ask if his batch of brew is  ready yet. the beer situation  will rectify itself but the telephone service m Egmont, des-  cover expenses.  There are a great number of  people who have been very  good in their support of the  fire department. The day has  come when these people cannot carry the load for those' ���  who are free loading.  The only answer is an improvement district for the purpose of fire protection, covering the same area that the  firemen now protect, but with  the money coming equally  from everybody through taxation.  The firemen want to* give thc  not  working.   In our   modern    pite prompt, efficient and cour-   ^people the fire protection they  _n,.*.r_-..    -...J   it. _.---.,s_-... -J���:..-     *���-..���    _���_���__    v-.-r.-_    o_T_i__   ~ -_.:-- 1  x-   1 ___:__. _i   society, and if properly admin--   teous service by Ron Spencer  istered and .^���:)^liced,7..;tiiere't  would be no- stigma lattached  to the social welfare recipient,  a feeling that now causes many  deserving cases to, hesitate .before making application.  EGMONT  EYEDROPS  Retired railroader, Harry  Blakely of Whitehall, N.Y. is  visiting his sister, Mrs. Myrtle  Dalton, at her, home on Blakely's Island. Harry, who served  for many years with' the Delaware & Hudson Railway, is* accompanied by Robert' Mills, .a  boyhood friend from Vancouver.  The     Egmont     Community  and his maintenance crew, still  hasa:-'iot';of: bugs to be eliminated.  The fourth floor of a certain  1 Vancouver hotel will never be  are entitled to by up-dating the  equipment to the required standards. They are now looking to  you for your 100% approval to  the formation of a fire district.  I  would urge  all interested  the same again. Occupied"  as    P*>Ple ����� attend a public yneet  NEED A CAR?  NEW or USED;  TRY t  Peninsula  Motor Prod.  SECHELT, B.C.  Ph. 885-2111  . Ted Farewell  it was, by' numerous visitors  from the Egmont district, this  floor was the scene of one of  the biggest and best parties to  be held there in many a day.  Following the recent wedding  ceremony . and reception for  their daughter Trudi and Jack  Gulliman, and after thc bride  and groom had departed for  ���parts unknown'; Ruby and Oliver Larson held open house in  their hotel suite which, somehow or other, was located in  the same hotel and on the  same floor as their Egmont  guests. 1   .  ���' The ensuing gathering was  ltyce a, combined convention of  loggers, fishermen, tug-boat  and water-taxi operators, with  several other occupations added for good measure, also the  wives. What a night; The hotel ice machine was the only  thing to go dry. It must.have  been a very successful, affair  because one guest, on leaving,  ing at the fire hall in Sechelt  on Wednesday, October 13, at  7:30 p.m.  USE   TIMES   CLASSIFIED  Vancouver visitor  MRS. ELSIE HockneJJ, machine operator of the Sechelt  ': branch of the Bank of Montreal presents corsages  to Miss F. Cousins, left, and Mrs. Jean Jones who are  employed in the bank premises of the general manager's  dept., Vancouver. The Vancouver visitors thoroughly enjoyed their visit .to the new branch at Pender Harbour.  NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS  Intention* to apply to Department of Municipal  Affairs to form an Improvement District for the  purpose of forming a Fire District, incorporating;  VVest Sechelt, Sechelt, West Porpoise Bay, East  Porpoise Bay, Sechelt Indian Reserve, Selma Park  and Wilson Creek as far as the Guide Camp,  fy-J   )���       It-"*  -I    *V��*i  Annual operative and capital expenditure will  be approximately $10,000. Any objectors to this  formation may write to the Inspector of Municipalities, Victoria, wlthjn 30 days pfthe second publication of this,notice,  Q, Jldl  Chairman  Once again, tho Government of Canada I* of ferlno this special Incentive to Inoreaoa  winter employment by encourenlnn the construction of Wlnter-Oullt houses. Any  house certified "Wlnter-Bullt" by Federal government Inspection will earn you a  9800,00 rebate. ,1  HERE'S HOW YOU QUALIFY    HERE'S WHAT YOU DO  ��.��*.li-|��*.* *i   >4_    t  -���*" "* ��� You can build your own homo ���  0 You con havo It built for you  ��� You can buy ono ready* built  ��� It can be a elnqlo dwelling or multiple tlruo*  ture o( not more than four units (oach unit  quollfloa for tho 4600 Incontlvo).  ��� Work must not proceed beyond tho first floor  Joist stage before November J B^epd tho  home musi bo cornplolodbofore April 16,  1980, except for ouwldo painting ond slto  Improvement. ^7"'"'.7 ''  '��� " . i   '   V <  DO IT NOW! Havo your home WintorSuiltl  .-,..'    1   .>'..   y  ... ������      ,,  ; Issued &y authority of Hon, AH��n J, M��cEtch��n, Minister ol Libour, CsnsUs,  "You can*pick up a pamphlet containing full  details, and reolM-ntlon forms at your National  Employment Office, any Central MortaaQO end  Housing Corporation offlco, or In post offices  whoro there are no N.E,S. or CM.H.C, offices.  Or, your builder can do this for you, You'll bo  In your new home by spring ��� -. "��vo rent...  moke yourself ��6Q0.0O,  <i -V*-*-) ti-*,n.ri**--* *.-* it.4-i**/iitni  HBD1I  , t" ;  <i.���'i  ��� r-ii "����-��� j"*'   1 4-.!.. ....��.,.���(:!,_.  ����4n; iiHj^w.tfjytljlJjt^'l ��*  x.: .,  Wed;tQet:6j:l96S   - Sechelf Peninsulo Times      Page �� -1., 'l |^l'  _���   **���      ���* * i_r     ����� j    jt     -t -.  iMf��M#*iiW����4f*ii-pi|i*4ttttaMfo i-irtj-WtW VHftpHtW^tteMttt    t_    , Horvath   ga.e  a   summary  of  /n^'/*^"** *��u F***?-*��� anjwbuiiere or, me new oanwt ihis trip to St: John, New Bruns-  of Montreal premises at Madeira Park was further , wick, to attend the annual theet-  , enhanced by bouquets of autumn flowers for the opening ing 1 of vthe Canadian School  ceremony held last Saturday: In the foreground is tejler Trustees Association. -He felt  ^Mrs. Liana Hallberg who presented,visitors with orchids that' mo*e  ft*&n  one" person  im the ladies and free samples for the male guests. t  ", s^0^ represent the board at  ,��� ���-������>��� /���-������������ �� ������ pK".p ' . ~������-. z~^-  such a meeting. All members  m      .   '\   . -' '       ,"''"       l ,  ) "* ��� "7 * of the Vancouver School Board���  Zoees aata . ��� . ,  ,A* _ ���'"   v      s ' were present, in fact Vancou-  ' '    ' ���   - .   ? '     v   '--\''J    7   *  ' - ver ^d"*6 most.delegates in.  Board considers annex ^T^v^ ��*-.  _        r        *     ; ' *    j   ported   that', the   instrumental  for Francis Peninsula .'.SSS  1       * * parents bad given written con-  SCHOOL trustees are busy working Vn plans for the f?J? rent iiistniments  Out-  ' building referendum which will be presented to the ftflSreS^LT "  public Jate this year or <>arly next year. Estimates of ' IS?��� r>^���  future enrolments to the year 1968 indicate that extra JgEsteSadvisedthe  accommodation will be required at Elphinstone Second- board to consider the appoint-  ary School, Gibsons, Sechelt and Madeira Park Element- ment of a director of education  ary schools. ^ ���   for the adult education pro-  Possibility of an annex for 'area should attend the Madeira gram. Instructors are still re-  both Gibsons and Madeira Park    park School. Trustee Leo John- Quired for this program.  %��?*ZS2?mmm���.I "���m����r�����te*- -   ���:���r-*��� ���  -Knight vice-principal of Gib- ^P^stve and too great ^a re- TV is improving. Yon used to  sons Elementary, had prepared sPonslbility. The transportation^ have time to get a can of beer  a4tenfbot square map showing committee wiU discuss the during a commercial. Now you  the' distribution of children at-   Pf��hlem. can g0 out and rake the whole  tending the school-Four-hund-���-Chairman of the Board-Joe- lawn.  ----- ���-    -  red seventy-four pins each representing  a   student will  be  -placed'on'the  map, primary  red, and others black pins, will  show at a glance the best loca-  -.- tion for such an annex. , .���  " Mr.1 Ken Powers of-Madeira  Park projected his map on the  -wall and bis survey showed  that there are sufficient child-  * ren on'' Iprances Peninsula * to  justify an annex. He will enlist  the aid of PTA members to gather data - on the number of  pro-school children in the area,  ! Mr. W. L, Reid of Seehclt reported that preliminary tnvcsp*^  tigatlon did not show a great  increase in the number of preschool children but a check was  being made on the figures,  Future plans for Elphinstone  will probably be discussed with  a representative from the department of education.  Superintendent Gordon Johnson stated that a survey in tho  Roberts Creek area had shown '  that there are nowhere near tho  25 children required for a kindergarten class in the Roberts  Creek School.  Trustee Wm. Malcolm suggested that kindergartcn-ageid  children in the Halfmoon Bay >' *  BUY YOURS FOR CASH OR BY  INSTALMENTS ��� DOWN PA YMENT OF  BH-W FOR A $50 BOND; iS."'  FOR A mo BONO/ETC* BALANCE  IN EASY INSTALMENTS OVER A YEAR,  BUY YOURS. AT ANY BRANCH  OFTHEBOFM.  7 zaz  a "mm  ARE YOU THINKING  -of1'a* furnace  Hi>��1k'lM-jtB**-fe"fe-,�� 4  'mutzvfamx-i'  THE FURNASMAN  FURNACE  can' supply all your neodi,'  ,   finance vrlth any oil co,  No down paymont 'till Doe, Ut  DON'T FREEZE     ,  Coll Collect for FREE  Ettlmato   ',   ,  '  ��33-2<843 .  tojMmmtm  i '  p <    t i  Bank of Montreal  Scehelj Bronchi .  "UKNHST BOOTH, Mnnag��t  Pender Hnrbo^r- M��dc|rr\ Park; 0, H, OORRTZEN  OJbsons 11 ranchi , HOWARD HUNNIKRR, MunuKor  ���*.��*_�� Wtf".*,! M #\i4t, H * f*t-S* *> P*  Sladey Logging Ltd.  CONTRACTORS FOR THIS  ' BUILDING  i -p.  i, ,.i  17  ff��MV*��WVW>l��IWK��MMMV>W<MMMVWWW��WMWM��K  >u  \ mt A  t ��.��,*)( i  # -.i��, -tf. k"  y  ...    yp    **  M*rtf* Al (Hit  I ^wt * i  I tf ��*T-T. T.rt,sv.-fa��t t      i*j-  ���* t   m ���*�� -m ���� ^p>*  4 il ilt*..***,!  ,!'*'.'  "*   ��� p, '��� P 1.  l��^��-p, ��*^��.*pp'.-^i ���->"���*���    "M. pP||Pp��i ' m.ni1,|..m��, ���piw ^ wp,,*."..,  w...    ���.. ,, , ,,..,,���,. ... ,,����, ( ^****',*pfj.(*��Jal*<*"����.  ��� 1   �� p I I.h.i, ��� ,,. ,   f ,... I if ill. i,ii   p*i   i in. i ,i i   ���!, >i4 in. ��.   i.(  .[  ��� >    M I.      it [>   i<i,i i       i    ,        ,   ,,    ,  ll   . II I p I   11  I   I       <   ,1   , . I   ' I '  I   I  I  I    p  if L 1.1   * * <t    . :"7  j  ,1  VlNi^l^     SecheH-Penmsulo Times .   Wed., Oct. 6,1965  V  iff  ** $A^l '' I * I * *""..'"���.., ��������� ^��''*'' 1 -   f> ��� V ^ *   . address,' theyy, positively 7beam* A  OrCabmgesAandzKirigs?%r^  ,, -. r-   ���   ^   *_% t ,^- ^ \ ��f,, ,   ,<-  *#-- vtor,gets parked ,at by dogs of ��� ���>  By J. S. frowning   every description;*_ mostly >hte,A ���-  '   '-���*'���    * *   black, menacing.*although! did?;��  ,* *>-  ,wax;arj[d Aether; pigs-' have, wings,f *  Asrrto~rcabbagesi���we--don,tr^r'-7i���~  growctthem * any oaaore on ac-^  ��etmt70f/&er old ulcer; As-to  kings, t only-met onronce, at   looking1 ...   ..   -   ���  cent* as only cats can look, yoi|  kbo^tbaHbe^-og-cne, ta&P9&\.  waysarrived so quickly into the   be friendly. It seems that dogs  neighbors garden a- mile-" away,   which live' with cats, develop^ a  ne-once, at7 and conversely^the"' ndghbor^s- tolerant attitude7Usual!y dQgf  pSnc&nghainv Palace^, ��� just the' pigs- so qjuiekly, he' rooting -/___e -are ^deepty^ suspiciausv^?- ****}  sort of place- one would expect  tod-meet a king. I made a' bosh-  .of that occasion too,;like many  other things in this life.   ,    .'  We' recipients of the -Royal,  *favor shuffled ih a* long line,  ~and-r on* approaching .the Royal  presence, were* supposed to  bow, take" two" paces, forward,  v shake HJ-LYs band,  then two  our garden, without some sbrt'y 1 whether ;ib?<?aMse*JE-Iook odd or  of'aerial flight. <r        -    - '   * don't'smell'jiist right/onetfoes  Whiles on the subject' ofv pigs,^ < not know/ but the fact-remains,  .we haver been, enumeratingvfor v- Finally,-pne^word of advice to  a few days. Whereas elections  come more- and-more frequent-  ,ly fwe can anticipate, that in a  few-years-there will ,be an election every month." .Therefore  young* mett in choosing avoca-  Traffic patrol  MEMBERS of Gibsons Elementary Traffic Patrol have  the responsible task of'controlling esuberent child-  .ren. Young Marilyn Malyea calls halt until busy-highway  101 is clear of- traffic. , . '  t-  ���paces to the-rear, bow .again,    tion might do worse than take  _and walk off to the right. X  managed1 the- whole   performance O.K.," except the /second  bow, which-*! forgot, until having shuffled off to the right I  .made a sideways bob, before  taking, off full   of  confusion:  What a .good .thing it was not  'Henry VOT* or' I* would have  been marched up Tower Hai  along with Anne Boleyn.  Lastly, with reference to pigs  having wings,- it is our considered opinion that they do  have -wings; invisible perhaps.  ��For how else, back on the Alberta farm, when we let them  out onto the stubble fields after  threshing, could they have al-  up  enumerating.  Here  are  few thoughts on the subject.  It is generally the lady of  -the' house who comes to the  door in answer to our knock-  knock. A look of pain invariably  clouds* their faces. You can. follow the working of their minds.  "Is it a collector, or someone  working their way through col*,  lege, Or. someone to preach at  me a fancy. religion? '* Then  you see their faces relax���and  "how-  ���as they register "it's only  that old so-and-so, he's quite  harmless." And when they discover yob only want their husband's  names,  profession ond  the aspiring* young enumerator.  Do,not, repeat not, enter/the  bouse unless someone actually  opens the door. At one particular house I knocked aod~a female voice .said, as I thought,  *'Come in." So I opened the  door and went in. Perhaps she  did notaay *Come in," perhaps  it was something <else,-but anyway*, -neve* again. Brother, did  -I get a bawling .out, It was the  worst bawling out I have ha,d  f since father caught me. peeping  ..through the keyhole ,of, the  maid's bedroom.   '  Local; delegates  xp^^t-r'X visii conventiort  ���a^assiiBaf, *i$y *-  Squaringiy Yours  Vi"i    -51    4  by Maurice Hemstreet  looking glass  -and said, "my you're good-looking.? Then the mirror  said,!'who are you kidding.?!fWell I will try anything  ���v1" once. * 7* > ������  Watchful eye  MARILYN makes quite sure the road is clear before  she allows fellow students to cross.  All clear          7  NO LINGERING on the crosswalk when these young pa-  ,     trol officers are in charge.       v.          BIG TURKEY BINGO  SECHELT RESERVE HALL  ���   �����.     (    *-.       ���    w      '      i ' > ,    ��� ��7 -���    ���   .       i  8 p.m. - Friday, October 8th  i i       * **W"' h  By the Homemakers Club.  Everyone Cordially Invited, ,  ii  The "Jr.   squares   will  have  started by the time you read  this  so  will fill  you in  next  week on how the first night  progressed and how much the  children  have  forgotten.  They   -  will  square  up -every  Friday  night at our place af,j 7 ' p.in.  and promenade off the floor' at *  8:30 p^m. Parents, are request*  .'  ed to pick up their children on  time.  Pender Harbour square dancing will start on Oct. 14 at "the  Pender Harbour High, school  from 8-10 p.m., so there is a  date to keep in mind if you  want to get in on thc fun right  at the start.  Seems I got just a little behind the eight ball this week,  and it's Sunday already so the.  Jr.  squares did get underway  last Friday, night with .a little,  over a set, and I, must' say that >  they haven't forgotten anything  that they learned last year,' so '  this year of, squaring our sets  should   prove  very  successful.  Once  again I  would like to  extend at�� invitation to any of  tho parents fb come and watch? j  their children porform, or better still they can always help.  I don't think parents in general give onough time to their  children. Sure, they havo them,'  . put thorn to bed, get them, up  and feed them, When they are  old enough, thoy send them to  school/; hut   looking   around, ���,  very fc\y parents ��epm to have '  time "to Join In, some, of tho  events' their   cliildren   participate in, i or oven, come out to   .  v"glvc'" them" moral1'support,"If"  you listen ^losdp you will hear  the kids say:' "Sure I, can go  to tho show, or' sure' I can go -  square dqhclng;    my   mother  and  dad  don't cure whore  I  go," This indeed Is a nad sit*  Ufltfon,  Well, 1 had best get this on .  Its way to tho Sechelt TIitjcs  office: By Uie way, the Stfchelt '  Promenaders,   will  be  square  dancing In  my  basement  for  lhe next two weeks due to n  very small club so far this  yeat, so see you at the square  dance'next, week.       -  FOR QUICK RESULTS  USE TIMES AD BRIEFS  W, J. MAYNE, local notary  public,! will attend the Convention of Notaries Public to  be held at the Empress Hotel*  ]Victoria/ B.C. October *th_ 5th  and 6th. Mrs. Mayne' will also  be in Victoria.  Guest speakers  ut the ban-  .quets will be h. St.M.Bu Mou-.  .lio, Q.C., and ��� the , Honourable  At-  fio-  Goy-  . ernment House, Victoria, BXl,  for'' the ladies, guests of His  Honor .the Lieutenant Governor  -and Mrs. Pearkes.^Tuesday afternoon October 5th,   will   be  the   main  attractioin for   the  .wives ol the Notaries,  ���   Also attending from Sechelt  are Magistrate and Mrs. Andrew Johnston.   , .  :���l"�����^ ililijia^miiM  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  iiiiiii'WiiiiiiiiiiM  ��� This free reminder of coming events Iso service or  SECH&T' AGENCIES LTD. Phone Sechelt Peninsulo'  Times direct for free listings, * specifying "Date Pod".  Please note that space is limited and some odvonce dates  may hava to,wait their turn; olso that this is a "reminder"  listing only ond cannot always carry full details  -,  '    p,, <    i     ���.. (  Oct, 7���8 p.m. Community Hall, Madeira Pork, Turkey  Bfnoo. 7 ,���        i ' ��� '    '    <  Oct, 8���6:30 p,m, Pot Luck Supper, Dancing at 9;00  p.m. Wilson Creek Community Hall,  Oct.  l4-r-2:00 ,p,m. Regular, monthly matting of the  Sechelt Auxiliary to St. Mary's Hospital, at tho  . , ,  Hospital,, 7 '  Oct. 19���From'11 o,m. promises nent to WigaW's Store.  Sechelt PTA Used Clothing and Bake Solo.  ��� Oct; 23���2 p,m, St, Hilda's Porlsh Hall. R��bekah Sun-1  p shine Lodge, Fall Bazaar,   '  Oct.'297-2 p.m, Sr,-Aldan's porlsh Hall, Robert* Creek'  WA Fall 0azaor,  n ���  AfEyV CHOICE tOTS iEFT  v TERMS?: YOb 0ETI  ! H. Gregory. O0S 9392   7  Socholt,Agcncicfl ltd, 005-2T61  H   ���wi  n,wlJp.   t  i.    <  M��*     -.���-  -.-fi * .*����� islr*.     t \, n.tiM * t*    ��� uf rfft-M -i t    i.<h 'mi On*. -fl-Vt-W'-v-ftit,- *v��<  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  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Appreciation
Editor, Sechelt Peninsula
Times,
,   Sir -r Allow me to -.compliment  you  on the  informative
aviation news, by Van de Mee-
berg.
As a pilot who has had occasion, to use the Sechelt air strip,
over the last three months, for
business.and,pleasure —, may
I iise your columns to express
my appreciation and opinions.
Under-the heading of appreciation, I have much to be
grateful for. To Messrs. Van
'de Meerberg," Swanson, Butler
and Meredith and many others,
I am indebted for their hospi-*
tality and assistance in local
flying conditions.
One instance, I remember
well —. on being asked what I
thought- of the final approaches
to the - runways, I" commented
on one high tree that stood well
above the others on the centre
line of the northwest approach.
That same evening it was removed.   That   sort  of  service
brings a customer back.
Opinions — for what they
are worth.'
The local merchants and village squires do not appreciate
what a* little bonanza they
have, sitting three miles from
their doorsteps.
Within a hundred miles of Sechelt there- are — a hundred
pilots (mostly working men)
with desires to fly somewhere
at weekends.
I would emphasize weekends
—12 months a year.
, Sechelt is ..the ideal spot.
Weatherwise, it is practically
fog free., Mileagewise, it is a-
bout one hour's travel from
Abbottsford, Chilliwack, Pitt
Meadows, Delta Airpark, Victoria, not to mention 18 minutes from Nanaimo.
But — tie downs for aircraft >
— transportation to town —
runway conditions that 'could
do extensive damage to propellers — all these are minor
easily remedied conditions
which tend to turn the B.C. pilot  and   his   tourist  dollar  to
Pender Soars!
IN THE PAST week our school has been busy selecting the Student Council for 1965-66.
The    newly-elected    council     '  •—^
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Consists Of:,. Pat Doyle, president; Elaine Klein, vice-president; Bev Ness, secretary; Rosina (Nena) Sunquist, treasurer, and Boyd Bennett, social
convener. The class represent*
• atiyes arc: Grad_ 8, Sandra
Vincent; Grade 9, Murray
Fenn; Grade lp, Judy Vermel*
to;   Grade 11, (Allan Wallace;
- and Grade 12, Carolyn, Gough, .
''' Our athletic. season has op*
•Crtcd with the volleyball teams
Which arft working hard. Some
time in late October or early
;W_vcmbcr an inter-high tourn*
, ament will be played at Powell
Itfvcr which we are planning
,to attend- There la also a pos*
sibility that the, teams will be
.able to go to Simon Fraser on
• Oct. 10 to watch an exhibition
'game   between   the   U.S.S.R,
'^nd the"U.S.A:'which" will"be"
'.followed by n volleyball clinic.
/.'Our   new   cheerleaders   arc
hard rat work and will really
try to get tho old spirit moving.
'/Ity*    Jhuiso    representatives
ore:   Lenny  Leo,  Nootka,  and
JDnnny Leo, Halda.
Tho clubs consist of; Dance
Club — President, Bev Ness.
and secretary-treasurer, klnda
Warnock; Chess Club -»- Chair*
tnniv Len Graves. The Film
Club Js being organized but no
officers have yet been elected.
We also i have a Jolly Numbers Club which has proven
quite popular and-successful.
Congratulations and good
luck to you all.
Sif—^ read with a; great deal '
.of interest youi:  editorial  oi
Sept.22 -'Not .a Shack Town."
Having visited Sechelt many
times during the past 10 years,
I was from- the,-very, first struck
by tho progressive atmosphere
and modern appearance of the',
little community. It's natural
setting lends that picture card
allure.
.- The business people and resi** *
dents have, that magic touch, of
friendliness and. that-make you
feel at home atmosphere that
goes with so many of the small
communities—and entirely .nonexistent in the big cities.
I shall refrain from mentioning some ot my casual observations gathered on passing
through Gibsons, some may- not
be in the same category. But^
must mention "that I found the
same friendly spirit prevailing
tiif_rt_ ** ■" * s
~OTTp NORDLING,
Weekend soccer
gains momentum
Division 6:
Gibsons" Canforr 6, Sechelt
Residential 3.
Madeira Park Rangers l, Roberts Creefc Tigers 6,
Division 4:
Sechelt Legion 0, Sechelt Residential Tigers 6.  ■    ■■
Madeira Park Kickers 0, Roberts Creek Wanderers 8.
■Soccer Fixtures for Sunday,
October 10.
Division _:
Sechelt Residential vs. Ma*
deira Park Rangers (1:30
p.m.).
Gibsons Legion vs. Gibsons
Canfor (2:30 p.m.),
Roberts  Creek Tigers—bye,
Division 4:
Sechelt Residential ■ Tiger,
vs. Madeira Park Kickers (2:30
p.m.),
Gibsons United vs. Sechelt
Legion (1:30 p.m.).
Roberts Creek Wanderers —*
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J*-      _   V    _  ^  #1 >  ���A\  <*��(i-**'  Legislative tide sweeps country  Poge 14     Sechelt Peninsula Times     We<l./0c��>6j 1965  Vf'"_'7��  I*  if  Action spreads agdiiist dn_i4iliim^*mTi*oF I&wS  ,rfr����i  t~-,  4r�� AMERICAN   taxpayers .will  save   upwards   of   $60,000,000  in the next year as a result of  new   family-planning   by   state  and federal governments."*^..   v  That is the estimate of the  information Centre on Popular*  '  ion'Problems following a  survey   of  recent -legislative' and  administrative actions. ���'���    *  In the course of this year, 11  state legislatures have taken  steps to implement family-planning programs; the Supreme  Court has ruled unconstitution-'  al Connecticut's 19th century  anti-birth control law; and federal agencies have stepped up  their grants for the establishment of family-planning clinics.  STATE ACTIONS  Since April l, when new legislation in Colorado- authorized  public health and welfare agencies to provide and pay for  birth control for needy families, a legislative tide has swept*  the country.  Involved in "significant' actions were six of the.nation's 10  most populous( states���-New  York, California, Illinois," Ohio,  Michigan, and Florida. In addition to Colorado, other states  taking action were Kansas, Nevada, Minnesota and Iowa.  Almost all of the state actions  had the backing of bipartisan  coalitions of legislators of all  faiths. The changes were adopted by margins of 2, 3, and  even 4 to 1.  SUPREME COURT ACTION  In knocking out Connecticut's  law which forbade the use of  contraceptives, the U.S. Supreme Court held that it violated the ancient right of marital privacy.  *W While the Court's ruling did  not directly invalidate restrictive laws in other states, it is  considered unlikely that other  court actions will be taken or  needed. State by state, legislative actions are discarding old  laws and adding new measures  to spur family planning as a '  weapon against'rising costs of  No Cents  In Waiting  ��� ��� . Let  The Times  Classified  Make You  Money!  The Times  Phone  885-9654  "WVWVVWWWWMywUyWMVVVIIVVVII  health,  education and "welfare    that each dollar expended can    commending; (repeal; "but  the    Ohurch. 7v*    "* " /   -y v ���  services. > . ' v save, the -taxpayers, more tiian j Massachusetts*' legislature   re-    j- While , intrauterine'  devices;-  - 7       7    $25 in direct welfare and as-   jectedi'tHe measure. There 'is 7 now widely introduced' in under-  WAR ON POVERTY sistance costs7as well as 'help-",   some hope that a new repeal    developed "nations,   are   being->  A trickle of dollars Jor family-   ing to ubera��\many Ahie>ican   .measure will be passed before -offered" In*, some clinics,  "the.  planning- servicer from Sargent- -|arniues from life4enure> pqc-lVaoUourameritVof1  thet pr&e'nt^Ul''    is"VjUmT overwhelming,:  kets of povertyf   7-   f< Z   -., ''session. V.Massachusett^pore^^  workers^recognize the !neeri-forl���caiadmim^ -  Shrivels-U.S. Offiie of Economic (Opportunity began last,  January with a grant of $8,500  for ?a clinic "in. Corpus' Christ!,'  Texas. 7^     -/ 7 *J '  ".:-   A  While J the - applications for  family - planning ' services in  Community Action Programs of  the O.E.O. "are,still counted in  the dozens rather than the hundreds, the size of the requests  and expected grants has increased. Contrasted with Corpus  Christi's pioneering $8,500 ��� is a  grant to St Louis for $162,416  UNMARRIED   MOTHERS  The opposition to more'liber<  al -birth-control assiatance that  developed in some state legislatures centered around assistance to unwed' mothers.- In Illinois, for example, what" began^  two years ago as a legislative,  effort to prevent welfare authorities   from - extending   birth1  control to unmarried relief recipients ended-in/Jurte with a  family  planning, services-but  -OEO fundscan't be made avaU-V  * aWe for this purpose whiUr tfie.  , ancient statute remains.   -''  '     -. ,.     '.A        . -   j    , ,*.    r- ��  FAMILY PLANNING ,  METHODS.  Throughout tbe country 'the  new family-planning centers offer *a wide variety of, contraceptive techniques to their clients,  including  'instruction^ in   the  o t t     decisive victory for; a broader i rhythm method, '- which Jias the  ofanti-pov^ty-funds"to support. Policy* By a margin of 4-to-l in * approval  of  the  Catholic  family-planning services.  Local poverty.directors are  slowly accepting the 'view' of  the University of Chicago's  Philip Hauser, former U.S.  Census chief,-who has declared  that fighting poverty without  family-planning services is like  trying to* mop up a "floor while  the faucet continues to run. Yet,  of 400 Community, Action Programs now underway only eight  include family planning efforts.  CHILDREN'S BUREAU  A major source of funds for  lgcal family-planning programs  is the Children's Bureau of the  Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. Under its  Maternal and Child Health programs, the Bureau has allotted  funds to states- on a matching  basis. Recently, Katherine B.  Oettinger, director of the Children's Bureau, -estimated that  federal and state funds are being used for family planning in  25 states and that the total expenditure this year will be a-  bout $1,750,000.  In commenting on the poverty grant to St. Louis, the largest O.E.O. family planning allocation to date,' the St. Louis  Globe-Democrat said:  "It is a pathetically small  sum* considering the need. It  came as part of a $1,162,000  grant to the St'. Louis Human  Development Corporation . . .  The other grants (for motivation and language skills, home-  making and education) may.be,  desirable. We are sure they are.  The birth control grant, however, is absolutely indispensable  to a better city In the future  and, as such, its allocation is  only a pittance."  The information Centre on  Population Problems views  these developments as "an in*  portant start, but only a start."  It estimates that total public  monies from all sources for  family-planning will not exceed  $2,800,000 in the current year,  though an acceleration of O.E..  O. grants might raise that figure.  In a survoy released four  months ago, thc centre estimated the total need for public  funds to support family planning at some $80 million. Fewer  than 10 percent medically Jndl*  gent woman requiring assistance in family planning are  now receiving aid from cither  public or Planned Parenthood  Federation agencies.  Yet it has been demonstrated  the" Senate and almost 2-to-l  ' in the House,, the Illinois' leg- -  . islajtpi��^/approved; a_ pdlicy^og  permitting birth-control refer-;  rals for all relief mothers over^  15-years o^ age iyho request it^  regardless   of   marital  status.  The * new   policy ,was ~ recom-  .mended,to .the legislators bjr a  special   commission - composed  of eight Catholics' and seven -  non-Catholices. >��� ,  - ���        -  The* Illinois action- reflected'  a change in the' position of-Cat-  holics officials which was mbst  dramatically evidenced in Massachusetts. With the demise of  tbe Connecticut law, Massachusetts, retains the toughest anti-  birth-control law in the nation.  ���But there, Richard Cardinal  Cushing recently said: "Catholics-do not* need the support-of  public law to be faithful to  their own religious convictions,  and they do not seek to impose  by law their moral views on  other members of society."  A commission appointed by  the Governor to advise the'legislature submitted a report re  ferenced "explained hy the vir-v  tualiy 100% control of concept*  ion,witti the pill/With the' high-/  ly effective IDs (intrauterine ;  devices), 'there is still an unwanted pregnancy rate r of ,ap* .  proximately * ,2"-. 'per ' hundred -  woman per year. 7 "���   .     "'-*���''���  Cost'to communities of those':  2 pregnancies' per 10*0 Kas, heens:  calculated /at' several thousand  -  dollars more per year than the '  cost of oral contraceptives for  all, 100 woman.  "i>  !!  '��,  jf  ���il  u  '���H*lWwMft4i"_ tv,it  DOES YOUR FAMILY HAVE  REAL HOME SECURITY!���  The wlie��. Invoitmcnt you con moko for  -t^^-���-��� y��ut totnlly't  protection and your own  7^5*^ peac�� of mind Is LIFE INSURANCE to  Iniuranco of every Mnd cov<)r "���*��� fall amount of tho mortaago  on your homo, Como In for tho facti,  SUN LIFE ASSURANCE CO. OF CANADA  J. H. G. (Jim) DRUMMOND  INSURANCE AGENCY - SEfcl J, D. FOR SAFETY  Phono 886-7751 Glbion*, B.C.  complete um  OFFICE SUPPLIES AND  STATIONERY  CHILDREN'S WEAR - GIFTS  LARGE SELECTION  GREETING CARDS  FOR ALL OCCASIONS  GILMORPS  VARIETY SHOP  " Sechelt. B.C. .885-9343  Open Mon. to Sat. 9 a.m.-6 putt.  Except Friday - to 9 p.m.  885-2089  SCHOOL DISTRICT No. 46 (SECHELT)  AL NIGHT SCHOOL (LA  In addition to the classes advertised last week, the following classes will  definitely be held at the times and places indicated;  Painting for pleasure ll  Mondays, 8:00-10:00 p.m.,  commencing October 4th, 1965,  at Halfmoon Bay Elementary School  AND  Wednesdays, /7 $30-9:30 p.m.,  commencing/October 6th, 196,5,  at Pender Harbour Secondary School.  N.B.~-Therc will be TWO Painting climes  held in Gibsons, onc as advertised last week,  with Mr. W. Hodgson as instructor, thc  other with Mrs, Wells un Instructor, Mrs.  Wells' class starts October 13th, 7:30 p.m,  i at Elphinstone Secondary School.  Other Classes Already Set Up  Physics 101  Wednesday, 7:30-9:30 p.m.,  commencing October 6th, 1965,  at Elphinstone Secondary School.  Documentary Films  Fridays, 8:00*10:00 p.m.,  commencing October 15th, 1965,  at Gibsons Elementary School.  This programme will be identical to tho  onc in Sechelt held on Thursdays.  Elementary Bookkeeping, Dressmaking, Painting for Pleasure, Typing, Ceramics and  Pottery, Ladies Keep Fit, Sailing and Navigation, Woodwork, English 40/91. Telephone  886-2141 for details of tlmo nnd place.  CLASSES ALMOST READY TO GO  Flying Instruction (Ground School)  We hhve an Instructor. Students should  ���     register now. Day and time pf classes  will be advertised shortly,  Chinese Cooking  Wc need one, moro  Instructor,  student���and nn  History 102  Wc have an Instructor, Students should  register now. tiny and tline of classes  will be advertised shortly,  Lapidary  Wc need one  Instructor,  more student���and an  t-mwuaWi flWttfcWm*'  We still need instructors (we have enough students) fort ��������"> ���---; ^.J.-,.y...............  ,,,-, Mathematics 20/30, Mathematics 120, Science 10/20, Upholstery, Industrial Mathematics, ,  Wo still havo Insufficient enrolment In all other classes,  Wc hope to be able to provide Counselling services for Night School students and also  a quiet room nnd possibly some assistance for pcoplo laking correspondence coupes,  More on this later.  DO NOT WAIT TO ENROL IN ANY CLASS IN WHICH YOU ARE 'iNTRRESTRp,"  WITHOUT YOU THE CLASS'MAY NEVRKDI! STARTED.  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by the €onsewtal*wes,-the-other    Wed., Oct. 6,1965      Sechelt Peninsula Times
by^tl»Xfbe«atei«nd{1-ofli very *—Z "> \ ""    •-	
mirch   _H^ party/ ^ten^ang   sumed Imge^iumtm^ol chick-
. ground.   „ <,        - ;, v     ^    * ^ ^ suckling jpigr*and beef *vsb
Jfe_ft?$
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v -p.*.
,, provinces ~w_tt meet, in Ottawa
;, <m Septembel-25 to discuss ;_&&
" Canadian •- C5ovenim«nt% ^^sfii7
i TUEDOV^ of .peace holding out the olive braneh may,
'   _ be a slightly incongruous,role lor J©_m*Die_£m_feiker
" but a wise one nevertheless.-So iaviUs overtures^have
received some enthusiastic response. TJis rformer Pe
ffence Minister Douglas Barkhess has made it plain €»f sigafed^ *J c^&b fcajfemtey* •
he can win bis seat far better as an anti-Diefenbaker   funds. The former Jlinister of
jeandidate,„ _ _ _ ___^       __r==^= —7——»^=—smBce^mon^Gny^^m^dziaM. ._
"~ and will.   v „ >->  T*-•'promised v thia .special, legisla-
* " tion and it was jflanned1^ in
troduce it soop after Parliament \,
reconvened. It wiU no^r have to
wait its 4nx& josxt year. .Hean-
<___p^_T___:^«ii.L^^tt___i_____;     * *** down wth Canadian Kwines,
^ -i      a7?TISB_    A J"*** *> ** «te flFJBwM|*aii^ for Medfca**. Omswaa&Mms-.
UUttong the casualties *>% 4a* - -^^ ,m ^Montreal'i^as fass* agreement 'j* fijcdy -to J>a #k-,7
solufion (<rt Parliament^ was'-a„   ^reat a-flop as the; Macnaugh- ^federal goveminenfs «ontrabtt+^^
bifl&already -in jdraft-fimn^lo^ ton'-barfeecue -was, a success,   "   tfcn^of #_C per capita?wMcb*a»7 *,
«««_i **,_> n^immW ^A-.^rio. r        _    l    •' * **"/*■»" '     '   -coasidered Inadequatefjoa^jsame -7
Health - ininisters   __*onl   10   provinces.
-But outwardly the Conserva-*
tives must close ranks behind
their leader and he is obviously in a.position to forgive and
forget at least until November
8* ^Ana *£ course there is always; the chance that he might
succeed in getting" the largest
group in the next House .o**
Commons in which case he can
choose Ms own time vfor retire^    _^
ment and it would certainly ^not^ big bluff Canadian Scot hadn't
k« w .nA,       - ^ ^ ^de' up Ids mind at. time of
NDP, GAIN
Another thing with which, the ^
liberals will nave to contend V
is* a .stronger. MKP ^ote which,
generally ^pe^cing
ken from the
than Conservati-
liar face that
among" ,NDP   r
time - is Alistair" Stewart: ^he
Around iMe^VUtqge
MRS  GOBPGN McCOTJET «f V ter ihe "feigidri temperature vl t
^■Sechelt-  Tecentty-   Reived   their ^tome town  where -the
" be. before 1BW.
To qnderestimate-Mf. Diefen*
baker'*o»-the eve of-an-iilec-
.- tion campaign «ayJ be a mistake and <on& which the j^bdrals
could find costly.He Is still the
campaigner  without ^ riwat-
Quebec at least liberal - J
'   -tun^fbave t^en impiOved
N„f7the ^ei^atu^Vftf axstamg
- ^»7*ing"b^*rJ6wi Marchand, _.._
t "arcl Pelletleif 'mid Hett»*1_Biott',
Trudeau. Marchand will prob-
-.. ably take, his  place as- Mr.
Pearson's tQuebec -lieutenant if
- v v the iaberjuVare retonied rto
"officer fhfl iw^on v*i«& the "7
^ Hon., Guy* Ifavreau fafle^V trf" * "
grace as he had bosn ejected , \
, to, "Ifis entry into the liberal , *-
>- camp is a" Joss to *NV New '7 v
Pemocratie 'Party*- which. fwith"''
*■ some reason, bad^been hoping      «-
*    his left wjing flirtations. were      .
serious, Robert Cliche ian_t hts .1   .
NDPs in Quebec^ are vsA be-' ,*:
ing. discounted this time.   ;    a..- ■.
ONE DANGER-
The .possibility that thrUb- ' ■
erals might fake as;many^as <fy
65 seats in Quebec aito ^perhaps } f
10; .French-Canadian seats^Ofat- ^ *
side the province-is ^dhsidctfed   %
a problem. A government ^party A .-
wdghted as; heavily ' as; that    »•
ivith  French-.Cana«fians  is  tbe ,v ^
last thing to appeal to the rest \"'
of Canada. Nothing <an"be,said l
publicly of this danger but the i «.
party workers can be tacpectedv
to use privately this necessity
of haying strong non*^ench re-' J
presentation on the government "
side pf the Housje.a sa talking '
point. to get Anglo-Saxon and
cthnig group votes.     - ^     ;
The Conservative decision to
run thc President of'the National   Association   Dalton ' Camp -
against thc Hon. Mitchell Sharp
means   that Liberals   (finr iio
longer put Eglington, fToront^
in the list of safe scats/ It is  ,
traditionally Tory territory nnti    f
Mr. Camp; backed'uhdoubfedly",^
by the-formcr member-amM-V
nonce .Minister   Hon,   Donald
Fleming will be a .-strong candi*. _
date. It ipeans-at least that tbe 75
minister   ot   trade   and   commerce will be able to spend less
time trying to gain seats for
his , party   on   tho   prairies.
Prairie gains may prove tough
going for tho Liberals who now
hold only three scats between
tho Manitoba boundary and the
Rockies . Saskatchewan is still
n   Diefenbaker   fortress   and
Tories are talking hopefully of
holding al) 17 scats.
One issue that may make the
prairie going tough is also a
strong reason why the Liberals
should have prairie seats In the,
next; parliament. The railway
legislation with Its plan for lino
abandonment must sooner or
latet^ bo tackled, It has been
hanging fire since 1061 when tho
1 Macphorson Itoyol Commission
on Transportation reported. It
wwammw^mwmmi. j|g«. (.rue*1" that '* the **• Consorvalivo -•->■'
legislation also included provl- '
plon for lino abandonment. In
fact tho Liberals havo done a
lot to sugar tho bill. But tho
Conservative legislation never, ,
snw tho light of day and the
party Is uppommlttcd on this
,. purely Western Canada issue,
The J NDP Is openly opposed,
,   ., Even If tlio Tories as n party
do not oppose tho hill on tho
hustings nnd ln tho Mouflo individual   prairie   members   can
banTccuptcy."While?he.3S doing
so, -issuing ^of vm licences.nas
been VsuspendedL       ,       7
11s 4oV$ee these youngsters, ev- v> Nanaimo,
en .quite small* ones, " diving
  —_„ —.  t „ from the wharf during the hot
writing, huf would.be sm-asset,> pelegates^ to(,Ottawa-Jor..the - sfonmer ^months -but nhotogra-
to his - party- "and, - indeed; ty" nuer-parti a^^-»4;a*jy 4RW ^«ijbn - .du&k - .-Bftwen ^ &aappe&
Parliament, should he be elect-^ me^ng^Jto»*|jooe1lwaftpv^fe-, ^.q^^^^ awd^tiiepicture sfaa®r
ed.* Sut,aside«wnHhe.fact 4Hat   ing far.-»m ^pat^^anato i*ijaia_Bd-irf Utanmt. n*ieh js.
hA 4«= ^vipwiriff. ftisetumTtflr life's barbeaies ahan Canadian ,pop>  'ZZl -_■ _™;t.t-^*.. ^_. ««_.«,__. ^
*^-;
Times" AdBriefs
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stalled in VVinnipeg, North ;Qen-
tre this narrows the choice of
Winnipeg seats to two: one held
LUGJ.K i'*r«s» .-wm*>M. tumif -, 7   ' ~        .__      . »'
ESbBgM^^^t^*^. and^Mrs: OngUf' ^roasan,
In spite of a less -than 60-degree A .and ^thelr -two*- sonst."fonnd Se-
temperaturei fhe-*geeste*'«oii- i xhdt a^*e^aEb_e^pa^adi8el^af-•'
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The 19(56 Pontiac Is a beautiful cat Very beautiful.
It is luxuriously roomy and lavishly appointed. Its
highway manners ore flawless. It performs with quiet
yet unmistakable nuthority. It offers much that's completely new for 1966, There arc new engines, Horse--
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The success car does it again!
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Hall was * an outstanding success 'and a happy atmosphere 7  pervaded the room as 74 mem- *  bers sat down to a sumptuous  feast. ,   <-^~    **'"���"  Gay ' bouquets    of    autumn  First smorgasbord  SECHELT and District OAPO have already outgrown one hall and it looks as though  they have almost outgrown St. Hilda's Parish Hall. Seventy-four members thor-   flowers decorated >the   tables 1 roming'season  oiighly enjoyed the highly successful first smorgasbord supper and the wonderful fare   and the bustling efficiency ,of  served should surely boost the membership a little more.  to be Mr. - Jack- Mayne., This  resulted in a funds being swelled by~ another $5 for Mr,';  Mayne ^immediately turned .it";  over1 to the treasurer. ,-y, ���  All members voted the eventing a huge success "and efforts'.  are* being made to hold var-'  ious $6cial events during1- tba *  the social committee ensured  that everyone was well looked  after. *   ���     r       . Z   , *  The vast array of delectable *  dishes  must have IceptVmany v  members ' busy   in   their   kitchens, prior to the event, Dur-,J  ing  the   afternoon,   while  the >  ladies were busy with last mi-'  nute     preparations,     menfolk  were   equally   busy   preparing  "the  hall    and    Vice-President  Roily  Reid  proved  himself  a  master  carver of turkey  and  ham.  President Harry Hill proposed a hearty vote of thanks to  the Social and Transportation  committees for their fine efforts.  After-dinner music was supplied by Mrs. C. Evans, Mrs.  Law, Mr. C. Baker and Mr. R.  Reid. Entertainment included  a recitation by Mr. Charlie  Brookman which received  much applause, a sing-song  and old time dancing.  During  the  evening  it  was  j ' ;  m jini-jium;  T W   ,"���    *p **  *      Pl^r     > l ^ .fe  Tired but happy  CONVENER of the Sechelt OAPO smorgasbord supper, Mrs. Mabel Livesey, looks a   discovered   that, Mr.   Archie  ^*       little apprehensive and Mrs. Alice Batchelor is hiding but the supper was a huge"'Campbell was celebrating his  *     success with plenty for all and some to spare. Busy members- of the social commit-   80th birthday so everyone join-  , tee pictured- here,_from left: Mrs. Nessie .Kennedy, Mrs. Livesey,fMrs. Madge Hansen;. Mrs. Mary, Swiggum and Mrs. Ivy- Biggs. ,     '  'Happy  Birth-  ed in  singing  day".  Canon Alan Greene organized a delightful guessing contest with a prize of $5 for the  lucky winner who turned out  Seehdi  Beauty Salon  Mr. Outer Lepitre^  ANNOUNCES  Mrs. Amilta Pickard  ha* now joined our  Staff ot Experienced '  Hair Stylist*.  Phone ����5-9525  BuyyouS  Canada  Savings  Bonds  at the  Royal  Ask for application form?  at  your  nearest  branch.  Buy for cash or by instal- ,  ments.    Canada  Savings '  Bonds ncvcr-fluctuatc in  value, can be cashed any  time Tor full face value,,  plus interest.  ROYAL BANK  _ Happy birthday.  RarmPTlt*. SOUQhl   MR. ARCHIE Campbell celebrated his 80th birthday  UUum.mo ouuynx me game day ag thc OApo smorga8bord ^pper.  fnr PTA    ��__P      Pictured here with his wife who will be 80,in January,  1UI' X.l.Jrx..  dale      Mr. Campbell receives congratulations from President  Harry Hill and Vice-President Roily Reid. Mr.. Campbell has travelled extensively and his wife was teaching  in Paris for seven years prior to the .outbreak of WW I.  ,*���!-,*./���!,$>''  .���������*( MmwrtrtiiiiwiwtfJ.* ah-*  r  ��$**>���  SECHELT   P.T.A.   have   fixed  the date for the used cloth*  Ing and bake sale ��� Tuesday  October 10th at n aX in the  vacant' premises next to Wig*  ard's Shoe store.  Now is the time to sort out  drawers and cupboards for all  those Outgrown pgarmonts, but  please" be sure to tyaye them  .nicely  cleaned,    pressed    and  mended, The P.T.A.; members  ivlll   have   plenty  to* do  Just  porting and pricing them'.  , Ladles to contact are:  Mrs.  S. Waters, SclmaTpnrk at 885-  0540;  Mrs. J; Kelly,'West So-  chelt,   885*0070;     Mrs.   Denhla  yXWc*t',*S6cheltr"885.2030;.  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