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The Sechelt Peninsula Times Mar 24, 1965

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"Authorized, as second class  _��mail ^  the   post   0ff,JPe  fit     Department, Ottawa.  ea  o 5  |fon; Dan Campbell . . .  ii^iv  V  Misisfer Municipalities  t f t - - *���  plans highway check-up  ' VISIT to the district by the Hon.- Dan Campbell, mini-  t ster of municipal affairs, is now slated for "April 9,  a week later than his previously scheduled appearance  "'. April 2.  Council pf Sechelt which will  be hosting the minist  Jing^to invite mem-  tiers of GibsdnirCbuncil to attend a dinner meeting in honor  of the visit. A public meeting  will be held: at 8 p.m. that  evening at the Legion Hall, Se-  cbettV f.  Speaking to The Times last  week, Mr. Campbell was asked  the possibilities of bringing the  minister of highways with him.  He replies that this would not  be possible at this time but he  was aware we had a poor road  _sj__i__n_Jierje_and-Jvould���him���  atteno%Do_ntin_--oat--*that Ofii:  ���xrairiJriilidepartments would  be available to supply���any���4n  formation required.  RECREATION  Recreation   Chairman   Coun.  Joe Benner reported he would  be calling-a meeting of recreation members in order to select  i      ���see page"2  Float renewal  self take a drive along the high-  ..,��� way, and report on its condition  to-Mr. Gaglardi. .  . As an MLA for northern Van-  , couver   Island,   Mr.   Campbell  proved himself a  great advo-  ' cate for road improvements and  was responsible for a number,  of'extensive projects of this nature.  . Accompanying the minister  on his tour of the area will be  Mrs. Isobel Dawson, Social  Credit candidate in the last  provincial election, and an ardent ���'*' worker in ari: Unofficial  capacity for road and other  improvements on the Peninsula.  ATTENtTCONVENTION*  Union of B.C. Municipalities  convention to be held in Vic**  toria next month will be attended by councillors Benner and  Lang. Chairman Mrs. A. Johnston fold council the convention  was, of great benefit in that a  great deal could be learned relating to the problems connected with municipal affairs.  The clerk said he too would  JACK Davis, MP C^astCapLl- w  '"'!ano"^leas^  this week,, text of correspondence between the Minister of  Public Works and himself  which revealed work on the dilapidated seaplane float at Porpoise, Bay. would be. carried, out  shortly.  The letter to Mr. Davis stated:  Our investigation show that  the float in poor condition at  Porpoise Bay is the seaplane  -float. At - a r recent inspection,  the boat landing floats were in  good condition. Although this  department does .-carry out-the-  actual repair work-ofiseaplane  floats, it Ts on the instructions  of- and with, funds provided by  the Civil Ayiatidn Branch of  the Department joy^_ajisport.  That DepartmentrTias~advised  that funds for renewal of the  float have been included in it's  1965-66 estimates so that it is  expected the work will be done  ih April or May of this year.  End of term  ROYAL Canadian Legion, Elphinstone Zone meeting  gave standing ovation to two retiring<^members.  From left, president of Sechelt Branch E. Surfees; acting Secretary J, Thatcher, Roberts Creek; retiring Zone  CdmiSander L. A. Schon, Powell River; retiring Deputy  Zone Commander C. G. Lucken, Sechelt: and Vice-president Pacific Command D. Hunter, Vancouver. Sechelt  branch won shield for greatest percentage membership  increase during the past year.  Pender district . . .  ���  *2{&r4-   <���*  Chamber of Commerce  vote Sechelt central  INAUGURALi^^ run of -the Comox-Westyiew ferry, set for  May 15 was expressed as a sign of pltfli'fes. iti the  developmenf of the Sunshine Coast, at the last meeting  of the Pender HarboUr and District Chamber Of Commerce.  Representatives expected to  attend will probably be Mr, and  Mrs. L. Larson; Mr. and Mrs.  M. Myers, and Mr. and Mrs,  D. Fielding.       ,  Request; by School Board  ^Secretary Treasurer, Peter Wilson for comments on location  of the School Board offices : in  the Sechelt School District  which extends from Vancouver  Bay in 'Jervis Inlet to Bowen  CHAIRMAN   of   the   Gibsons   Centennial   Committee,   island in Howe Sound, was gi*  Councillor Sam Fladager, told cduncil his committee   von some consideration,  ha? decided against joining a combined project for a     The chamber went on rec*  senior citizens home as suggested by Canon Alan Greene,   ord as being satisfiej^jU^tho  Gibsons group . . .  Centennial Committee  / \      ,      . . ;   ,.    ,  decides go it alone  extended float facilities at Egmont and evidence has been  submitted to the Dept. of Public Wcrks indicating a large  number of boats require wharfage, as well as several tugs and  logging camp tenders.  Refuse dumping  alarms GounciU  MEMBERS cf the public who  ���have been bypassing village  garbage pick-up service and  dumpingr their own refuse at  the village dump, will shortly  ��� be curtailed from this practice,  with the erection of a gate  which will be kept locked.   <  , ;'nT^is",���said; Councillor Fred  Feene/, ''/wiil ^-jneaji'< ^se- yes-  p-iristtte 'will Tiave to4 go "thru  the existing service the same  as everyone else." Alarm was^  however^, expressed""'by''" the  councillor as to the increasing  indiscriminate dumping in the  area. lie was of the opinion  an open pit should be made  available, to the public which  he felt would eliminate jnos.t  of the trouble. ,   . V  Chairman A. Ritchey doubted  the success of such  a  move,  stating  he   thought  the   usual  dumpers   would   eontinue   tlie.  practice regardless of an open   .,  Next mectln* of the Chambery   pIt- ���'Iie s^id he had"beph spea"  Sl^S1^ J?_SS *S!Sf A^S to one local man-whohad  seen and could in fact identify  "Wo held i a meeting a few  days, ago,'' ho said, "however  it was decided not to go rflong  with thc combined project for  homos fpje tho aged, we do give  it moral' backing but not as a  encofinlering difficulties  through lack of, water to his  property which was, outside the  village limits, lie had, he said,  suggested people in that area  location of the present rented  premises but would press for  any permanent building to be  located In Sechelt, it being the  geographical centre of the district,  is scheduled for April 19, time  and place to be announced later. ..:������...���...' ,���"',..  The Chamber has asked the  District Highways Engineer to  traverse the area from Trout  Lake to Kleindale to see ifa  shorter and more .direct route  -���sea page 14  one person^ who dumped, his ire*  fuse from the wharf;  It was decided to seek guidance from the Coast Garibaldi  Health Unit  and  possibly  the  Department  of   Municipal   Af* ���  fairs.  centennial project. We feel wc * Rct together and coine un with Letter from B.C, Ferries, pro*  should havo a project hero as n s?hcmo 0f their p>vn, Z-.- m'scd to lnvestigate~requcst  well as Secholt," Consideration   was  given  to   that lorry coffee shops bo open  REQUEST DENIED  Request to tho Vancouver  Sun on behalf of the rod and  gunVolub, asking that a weigh*  in Ntatio'n bo established at  Gibsons d��rlug the Sun Fishing  tho possibilities of taking cer*  tain areas Into the village, Clerk  Chadles Gooding warning of tho  dangers of taking In shack districts which, ho said, council *  would be unablo to do. muchi",  Derby, was turned down on .ho,   wJ(hi  Council  sRould  therefore  grounds thai n system present  ly setup would be upset by the  addition of other "welgh-ln  points,  Coun, Fladager suggested  ^co'imcJLnqt,)<'UlHi��m��UeL��rest,  (nit pursue It further. "Fish  could easily bo 'weighed here  and If necessary flown over  them," he said, Coun, Fred  Feuney Indicated It wan-the'Intention of the chamber of com*  meive to press for further con*  nldiTatlon.  ..,, W AT E R - P RO BL E MS- - -'������   Chairman A., Hitchey told  council ho hnd been In discus*  elon wltlT a local man who was  consider taking In areas before  they developed to that stage.  Coun, Jim Drummond com*  inented  on  the  groat  expense  regarding roads, sidewalks, etc,  ���\Vhlcli,-,would m ,boUnvotvcd-wlth��  some outside districts,  The clerk pointed out that under the I-ocal Improvements  Act, much of this could bo no*  cornpllshcd on n paid footage  Coun. Drummond was of tho  oplnop that main reason for  these districts wishing to como  Into tlio village whn for water,  "In which ease, Ihoy should np-  proud) us," ho said,  Immediately  passengers  board  thc vessels,  The Chamber voted to support tho local Fisherman's Union resolution to the Department of Fisheries'"*"regarding  herring fishing regulations in  Iho .Iervl.s inlot*Ponder Harb*  our area, It was pointed out  that much research Is needed  .regarding ' the ,llfo cycle and  habits of herring boforo prop*  .fiiuconsorvutlon-nnd-harvostlng-  mclhods can dovolop,���The lm*  portnnco of tho herring to this  coast cannot bo ovcremphaslz*  ed, and what is deplored Is tho  | reduction plant type of utlllza*  .tion of local herring, that are  needed for' ball ami food, The  opinion vvafl expressed that  once an area is "fished out"  of herring, no ono knows how  to' bring thorn back,  It was "agreed  to  press for  At Powell River . . .  Tentative date settled  or Ferry inaiipratioii  CIJIAMBERS of commerce and councils of the Peninsula  havo boon asked to donate toward the ceremonies'  connected with the lnaurgural run of tho new ferry connecting, Powell Kivor with Comox, tentatively set for  mid May,  Celebrations, will Include tho  now vessel,  ornqqlnu from'Comox   carrying       Ten couples or a total of 20  ClOSSing nom  W)mox, uuiyuij-;     dlcnttnrlos 'nri�� Invited from tlin  Peninsula.  Toweir Illvor ^Chaml)er   oV  Island dignitaries and representatives of "press, radio and.  TV, n trip on tho vessel by  mainland, Peninsula and Tex*  nda guests, and �� cockt^H reception nnd buffet dinner to  honor the Visitors, will cost an  -estimated $1,200, of which the  dopartnfent of highways will  pay WOO,  Ribbon    cutting   ,coromon,lefl  arc plnnucd for LKtlo River and  . Powell Hlver. Altogether alwut  200 guests aro expected, this bo*  ing the carrying capacity ot the  ber  Commerce has undertaken to  take clinrgo of tho celebrations  arrangomonts, They will also  bo responsible for transporting  guests to J)wight Hnll for rc��  freshnionta,  Over 10,000 "'relatives of D.V.*  A, hospital "patients' were overnight fluests at eight Canadian  Red Cross Lodges aeross Canada, "  4       f  f  y.  J-IU -«**r*wi««iww»»»wo»www« » « .,  ii -  j—<wna.»' 3SK3S   aCT^awft**
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-*x wM^^^^?^^&i!^^��^^&^mm  .S^;^ft_a,ii2^^^9S5*etea^��w,<i&iiiW5  srs-!��s-f��^^*e^S^Ss-s^  The Sechelt Peninsulo Times, Wed./ Morch 24, '65 Page 3  Hospital Trustees ��� . _  WATER SURVEY  SERVICES  Complete Woter System Service  L. C. EMERSON  Sechelt 885-9510  Insured Blasting  Phone Sechelt 885-9669  PENINSULA  BUILDING SUPPLY  "The House With A Heart"  E. J. Caldwell, Proprietor  Box 97- Sechelt, B.C.  , Scows��� Logs  SECHELT TOWING   & SALVAGE  ~ciw.  ament Movirqr  & Log Towing  L. HIGGS     J  Phone 885-4425;  Tfae Finest In  FLOWERS  For All Occasions  ELDRED'S FLOWER SHOP  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  Phone 885-4455  Phone 885-2062  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Electrical Contractors  Appliances - Electric Heat  Phone 885-2062  HALL - METAL  General Sheet Metal  ���    i  HEATING - DOMESTIC ���  COMMERCIAL - INDUSTRIAL  Phone 885-9606  Marine Supplies Service  garden bay  boatWorks  A COMPLETE LINE OF  BOAT REPAIRS  Garden Bay, B.C.  Phone 683*2366  Frank' Ei, Decker  OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block  Gibsons  .,,,,,,Every Wednesday:  for..appointment  ; 886-2166  CUNNINGHAM  AMBULANCE SERVICE  HALFMOON BAY  Emergency and non Emergency  calls,   Special   rates   for ' O.A.P.  Qualified personnel  24 HOUR SERVICE  Phono 885-9927  L.&H. SWANSONLTD.  Septic Tank* anoVDrain Fieldi  Backhoe and FrontJEnd  Loader Work  Screened Cement Gravel  Fill and Road Gravel  Phone 885-9666  Box 172-Sechelt  TREE FALLING  TOPPING OR-REMQVING  LOWER LIMBS FOR VIEW.-  Insured work from.Port Mellon  to Pender Harbour  Phone 886-9946  MARVEN VOLEN  Improvement District  submit annual report  WITH THIS report for 1964 to the ratepayers of the four  . zones of Sunshine Coast Hospital Improvement  District No. 31 the trustees are pleased to announce that  the job they have- been elected to do has been completed  and that the' district is now provided with a fully equipped, modern hospil^1_aJr^ady-:-serving-^the-needs-of~the  residents for* a number of months^  The trustees feel that this is     ������ ~   the proper time ot, express to  all ratepayers "from '��� Egmont  to Port Mellon their gratitude  for. the supjkm^ the "i ratepayers  fctave gtven 7; |liiring the long  years of preparation and actual  construction. Without wishing  to detract :im the least from the  great efforts made by many in-  ^ivid^l^���Oi_aai2atiogsr-ho3pb  some time to come. However, -  when such an expansion of the  hospital should become necessary because of the growth of~  the population, the. necessary  long-term financing will not impose too much of an additional  burden, as it can be assumed  that the assessed values of the  :TfNGtE��r-  HI-HEAT  SALES ond "SERVICE  for all your heating  requirements  4 Oil Co/s Finance Plans  C. E. (Cal) Tingley  _'.' Box-No,, 4aZ^e<*helt  885-9636 ��� 885-9332  Lumber - Siding - Decking  Panelling - Posts - Beams  Timbers - Keels - Masts  Etc.  -'--;     -���������-��� -Also-1 '���������-;���������-������-  GRAVEL AND  BULLDOZING!  Shop for all your needs  at one stop! .  SECHELT MILLING &  MANUFACTURING LTD.  East Porpoise Bay  Box  101, Sechelt, B.C  Phone 885-2080  Mortgage Money  for New Construction  or Older Homes  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  Sunnychest Shopping  Centre  ,Gibl0nr -886-2481-  ELECTRO-CLEAN  Upholstery Gleaning  Carpets - Furniture -  .���,.,..,���.,.���,,.,,., Rugs , ��� .  Phone 886-9890  In a survey by the Amcri*  can 'Optomctrlc Association, it  is estimated that; (1) 20 per  "cent of tccn-flfio drivers had  visual problems; (2) 30 per  cent! of 20-year olds, (3) 48  ���per,cent of 40-year olds, (4) 71  per 'cent, of 50-ycnr olds, nnd  (5) 80 per cent of 60-yoar olds.  {IMAfWtMMAMWUVUUVA'IAMtAnAAMMUtMIVtlMWVVWWtAMWMtWMWWtA*^^  TWILIGHT THEATRE  Gibion* ~- Phono 886-2027v  ;:;;::::;;;:;.;; not zA nisw times  ,       Doors-at 7:00 Show at 7:30  Twlllolit Theatre will havo shows on Thursday, Friday, Saturday  , and Saturday m'atlnco only  "'; Saturday Matlnco show tlmo romalns 2:30 p.m.  Thursday, March 25, 26, 27  DOUBLE BILL  "ADVANCE TO THE REAR"  Glen Ford, Stella Steyorts   ARMY COMEDY  "MURDER AHOY"  Margaret Rutherford  MYSTERY - COMEDY  d*W^^��i>*I^WI��J��W^S��^^t��Wj^^SlWl|��"|  v- March 27 Matiheo  "ADVANCE TO TH|E REAR"  tal authorities.'-.arffhiteffte and  contractor towards". ~ the new.  hospital, it was yoU; the taxpayer, who made the construction possible. By your willingness, as expressed in two plebiscites, to be taxed by the  Hospital Improvement, District,  by other, taxes paid by you to  the federal arid provincial governments,    you   provided   the  funds needed  for erection  of  the hospital. Therefore, without, dwelling,; on^any,���details  about the legal ownership of the  hospital buildings and content,  \ve emphasize that you can  rightly slook upon the hospital  as yours. Your interest in-the  hospital is fully safeguarded,  and the- bylaws of the hospital'  society, as approved by the provincial authorities, provide that  the district and the provincial  government appoint one representative each to serve on the  board of hospital directors.  Both appointees aire bound to  watch the^public interest, that  it might not be endangered by  any action of the, other hospital directors ��� a contingency,  however, very unlikely to arise,  because, after all, the other  members, of the hospital board,  elected by St. Mary's, Hospital  Society, are also residents and  ratepayers of the district themselves, and their interest in the  matter is identical with that of  the rest of the ratepayers.  As stated before, with the  -opening���of- the-hospital~at~Se--~  chelt the main; tasj? of, the district trustees-has been accomplished and the only duty remaining for the time being is  the,administration of the dis* ,  trict and the provision of annual  taxation for the repayment of  our debts to the provincial gov* v  eminent and to the holders of *  our debentures. Our de^to the  provincial government will be  paid off in the course of 19fii>,  thg one to the debenture hold*  ersTnl982.It is anticipated'that  the present hospital facilities  will be adequate for a number"  of years and no long-term bor**  rowing  appears  necessary  for  "properties  in the district will  -totye-grpwn correspoiMiiiigiyr_oJ  that the millrate should remain  fairly static. ;  Reporting on last year's activities of the district, the annual  zonal meetings of the ratepayers fiUedihe.vacancies on the  board .'Of--]:firli^tees^inMit''' with  some difficulties 3n" brie zorie---  and the 1964 board was com-  PQsedjasfollows:. ���  ���  Chairman j. E. Parker, Zone  3-  Sje-treas.,JE.<w^est,vZone1.,2;.5  trusteesi J.  H   McMillan, Zone  .J..-..N. _R._ McKibbin,   Zone   2,  F.  W.  Stenner Zone 2,  H.   B.  Gordon Zone 3, S. A.  McDonnell Zone 4.  .With  the   close   of  the   1965  ���zonal.meetings the term of office of Mr. Parker and Mr.  Stenner come to an end and  election notice has beenV given  for the two zones concerned.  The financial statements submitted to the ratepayers with  this report show that the district ended the year with a sur-   plus of about $80; reducing the  deficit   carried   forward:   from  previous years to just over ��50.  \ This deficit should be fully eliminated by the end of tihe current fiscal year, if no unforeseen expenditure has to be met.  The revenues required by the  district could be obtained with  a millrate of '1.85, which was  .15 less than anticipated. Although no.final assessments for  1965 will be available until some  ~time-after-the^courts-of~revision-  ha ve finished their hearings, it  is believed that the millrate for  hospital taxation will not go up,  as our obligations for 1965 are  practically the,same as for the  previous year, i.e. approximately $32,500 for long-term  debt service, ,$15,000 for short-  term debts and $1,500 for administration, Total revenue for  1964 was 'about $62,000, of  which $5,200 came from village  taxation of Gibsons and Sechelt  $47,000 wasi raised by tax levies  under bylaws No. 7 and 9, and'1  approximately $9,400 was received as interest on the pro*  cceds of our debenture issue,  which was temporarily invested  until the funds were required  for construction progress payments. Revenue from interest  was made available to the hospital society in the form of  grants-in-aid for projects not in  the original estimates. Servicing long and short-term debts  including interest and service  charges required about $46,500-  $900 was spent on the district's  administration including an  amount set aside to help the  hospital society with the ex-'  pense of the'opening eeremo*.  nies of the new hospital, in  which the district's share of 50  per cent was considered as -adequate ,for -the", occasion.  The balance sheet shows that  on Dec. 31, 1964 just under  $78,000 remained on deposit  from the debenture sale, which"  amount has now been used and.  the o!istricrf's share in the construction costs has been' paid'  in full. Total grants-in-aid since  _ about $435,000. Indebtedness of  the district was ��� reduced -by-  $23,000 in 1964, a sirinlar  amount being provided for 1965. ���  At Dec. 31, 1964, the district  owed a total of about $390,000.  The trustees are pleased to  .inform the ratepayers again of;  the close co-operation which  was maintained between the  district and the hopsital authori-  ties^during-thetpast-yearin-_11  matters concerning the construction. and ^ of the  hospital? We wish to acknowledge, publicity and with gratitude the assistance given to us  by the hospital adriiinistrator,  Mr. N. Buckley, the members  of the  construction  committee'   and. the, board of .hospital directors. Also, as in the past, a  great number of- officials of the  provincial government have  helped the trustees in the performance of their duties. To all-  the officials a warm "thank-  you" is extended on behalf of  all   the   residents   of  the dis-....   'trict:   >s>.  Respectively     submitted     to  *ih)e   ratepayers   of^Suostiifae  , Coast    Hospital    Improvement  District No. 31.  The Times  Phone 885-9654  ECHELT HIR SERVICES  TORTOISE :**^V (Sechelt). 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' ��� : .  tolerate an- administration that  was eroding the .central govern- _  meht's power in .order- to gain-  votes, an administration - that  refused to drop from its ranks  cabinet ministers "with furniture"  obtained on somewhat unusual  terms. _, ���. ..><���', **'  y He urged his audience to participate actively 'in the next  election to.ensure that Canada  might-have'a government that  would strengthen not divide the  ���nation; 'a government in? which:  only wen _��' the highest politi  ___cail^nd^moral^-calibre���^would-  serye in the cabinet.  Capt. Shannon, <in his acceptance speech, said that while  he was-new<to?an active tpoliti-  eal role he had always taken  an interest in politics..  "The reason. I am inithe Con*  The Sechelr Peninsula Times, Wed.; March 24, '65 Pcgg g  Round About Gibsons  ~:~He~_aid" the hejtt 'election will"  determine   whether ' the   Canadian people would any longer  ST. BARTHOLOMEW'S Gib-  -sons^Braiich'WA-recently held  their .meeting*' with- 19 people  attending. The Rev. Kelly held  a devotional "..-period -and Miss  Campbell of Victoria was the  i   ,guest speaker. -  Miss, Campbell spoke of the  success 'Of- 'the Rainbow Home  in Victoria, established in 1942,  wJiich 'has helped'many -troubled -girls jto re-establish' themselves Am -society.  TA~ bake^ale^ was~_rranged  for. April-29, ,to-be?heldin Super    Marine Drive.  Valu. It'is, also planned to hold'  a 'rummage sale oiu'May 14.  Mrs. Marjorie Morton ���will'be  visiting England and will spend  Easterin London.  Mrs. iE'. Jones has also left  for England, where she* will  visit her son, then 'travelling.to-  Africa to visit her daughter. '  "Mrs. Charlotte Grant is irf  hospital in Vancouver, in' the  Heather Pavilion. '  Mr. and Mrs. Ed .Lee are -mo-  ving "faMtfie'^Allibone homeorf  "3__l_l________��  WM&M  Capt.  Boyd . Shannon  servative Party today is Jack  Davis,'* ihe said, "But I'm not  just interested in unseating  Jack Davis���I /want to seat a  Conservative Government in Ottawa."  r'U*?l|t.  Oi���BRAATEN, Guest Speaker   Friday, March 26, 8 p.m.  Roberts Creek Community Hall  EVERYONE WELCOME  ews cm  lews  of ym^r huslrmss leaders  tmmmm��*mm0mmmm*i.mmm  Wilson Creek  Dealers for P.M. Canadian - McCulloch .  Homelite - Pioneer and Srihl Chain Saws.  COMPETE STOCK OF *tLLMODaS  Parts and Repair Service .  Telephone 885-2228  'I  ���mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.  ���     g  Your Peninsula Centre  for Furniture, Appliances  Soles and Service  Richfer's T.V. & Radio Ltd.  Sechelt. BSC.  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St. ]  ���Mary's   Hospital   Auxiliaries ���  Co-ordinating Council was held  on Monday, March 8 in the Hospital Board Room. 12 members ,  representing  the   six  Auxiliar- \  jes on the'Peninsula attended. ~i  Also    present    were    Mr.    N.  Buckley,     administrator,     and  Mrs: F.  Egan,  matron of the  .hospital who acted as advisors.  The   following  members .we^re.  elected  to  serve for ������ the: first"  "term. Chairman, Mrs.. L. Flum-��  erfelt;   vice-chairman,  Mrs.-, J.'  Love;  and . secretary-treasurer,  Mrs. E. Moscrip.  Elphinstone Zone  SEVENTY-five delegates and guests attended the Royal  Canadian iLegion ISlpliiiistone Zone meeting in Sechelt, last Saturday. Front row from left, Mr. Charles  Earl* (Texada), Mr. F. A: Jones, Mrs. J. R. Wilson and  Capt. W. Mason, Gibsons. t      ^  up a reservoir of members  which will offset IJiis natural  loss.'  One of the most effective  ways, of; maintaining -the high:  plane of membership was in-  Sunnycrest prize  tor Roberts Creek  EACH -month sees, a lucky win-  4er ofV;$50vm: the -Sunnycrest  At Sechelt . . .  Roberts Creek member  elected Zone Commander  SEVENTY-five delegates and guests from Texada* Powell River and the Sunshine Coast attended the meeting of the Elphinstone Zone of the Royal Canadian Legion at Sechelt Legion Hall last Saturday."  At   this   bi-annual   meeting, ���= ��� :   M4 W. J. Naylor. Roberts  Creek Branch -was elected  Zone  Commander and   Mr'S.  A.| Clarkson, Texada Branch  elected Deputy Zone Commander.  The meeling was preceded by  a s&ciai hour and a luncheon  w;ffippreparcd and set by the  Sechelt Ladies Auxiliary.  The retiring Zone Commander, Mr. L. A. Schon of Powell River, in his address to the  delegates spoke on the steady  increase of membership now  : close to 1,000 in this Zone;  While emphasizing tnat the  primary work is a continuance  .of service to veterans and dependents, a far wider field of  community activity than had  over been.,visualized in. p'rev*,.  ions years I.*, now receiving as*  sisiance by means of training,  organization, and finances from,  our Legion Hranehcs,  ��� .Sponsorship, includes the  .Sports Training Plan for tho  Youth, of .Canada, A hold vcn��  turo, wijll oNecuted, which is  receiving liUernatiional acclaim,  the objective���to' soo that our  youth luive h<\'ilt|iy bodies and  inin(l.s���bi.si)l)all, soccer, hockey, .Scouts, Cubs and Cadets,  'Die scholastic field receives  bursaries, scholarships and os*  Hii'.Vs contests���the latter have  revealed' an intuitive grasp of  Iho Irue-nUMinlng ' of��� Uem'env'-  l.rancu Day hy the younger gen.  oration,' ��� -��� ��������� ��� ,..���������������.;  I<eglon    branches    are    also  channeling   a   steady   flow   of  donations to recognized charitable ^SrganiziStiSfis^iand hospitals.  The 'travelling gavel' is forging strong links of friendships  between all branches and prov-.  ing a source of mutual enjoyment.  This gavel and the silk-lined  box in which it rests was made  by and presented to the Zone  by Mr.  L. A. Schon,  The Zone Commander in his  thanks to the Sechelt Auxiliary  for the fine lunch, stated that  the Auxiliaries had by their  steady support of the men in  all their effort, proved themselves an integral part of Legion  Branches. A strong active  Branch -always had a strong  active Ladies Auxiliary,..,,,    .���,.,,  The shield presented for'iho  greatest percentage increase  in membership duridg the past  year _., was won by Sechelt  Branch, and was accepted hy  President, E. Surtees.  Ciiu'st speaker, Mr, David'  Hunter, Vice President of Pacific Command and Chairman  of.Command, membership cam*  paign, spoke of the need for  every Veteran to Join the* Legion. Of Iho efforts and e\penso  involved in this drive for a continuing increase of member* ,  ���ship.' , ,    .  Age Is taking a sternly toll  pfmir World-War iineihbersr  said    Mr. ....Hunter, however  thore  Is  every   reason  to   be*  ,U��vo that, by working towards  sol. quotas now, wo. can 'build  creased branch ,;aetivties. Since  m.l^^e,,Legion,:li^^wprked for  all veterans whether they are  members or not, now it offers  the veteran who is still wonder-.  ing if he should join, a chance  to do something for others, a  unique opportunity for cony  munity service in the r largest  organization of its kind in Canada.  In answer to Mr. Tommy  Hobbs of Powell River who proposed a'vote of thanks'to the  Zone Commander Mr. L. A.  ��Schon and Deputy. Commander  I Mr. C.. G. Xu^keja. ��(^r a.jnqst  I successful term, "in which so  fmuch had ibeen acconip_sheo\, r  I the delegates gave a standing  ovation.  ,,       .     .... ... ....  , A vote of thanks was accorded the host branch,' Sechelt,  and the next Zone Meeting set  for July 17 on Texada Island.  -*3en^e--lircky-_o!rawr3wJncti Has  now been running for ten months with considerable success.  Contest is advertised each  month in The Times together  with the last winner..Last winner was Mrs. Lilian Flumber-  felt of Roberts Creek.  "V Watch The Tunes of April 13  for full details or ask one of  the Plaza Centre merchants.  The  objective  of  this, newly  "formed council is to have Cb.-  r ordinating   group   representing  "all six  auxUiarles^working: to-1  gether in  the  interest of -the  Jiew hospital.  Many phases of volunteer  work were discussed and;it is  planned to have auxiliary'members helping in .the. hospital-in  the near future. - Any.��������� jj_embe_v  interested in donating their  time to__his_jgroject iwill please^  contact fthe President of their.  Auxiliary before the next council meeting'to 'be: ^held at the  hospital on Monday, April 12 at  2 pm.  More than 90 per cent of the  work done by the Canadian Red. ;  , fjross. Society. is performedjJj^,.  volunteer    men,    women   ��and :  young people from all walks of -r  life. I -Z  NEED A CAR?  NEW cir USED  TRY  Motor Prod.  SECHELT, B.C.  Ph.  885-2111   - Ted  Farewell  I  I  Dealer in all Fresh and  Frozen Fish  Especially to Fishermen:  Drop ip and see us wheri in the  ��       neighbourhood - at Egmont, B.C.       i��  fe   ��� ��  ^ ,   , . 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TRAVEL},  ^^l*a^Mkt��^wm^iW����>*W^*��*^4^  TRAlN��/Tn*JC��-'/*niP-��/r^AH��9/'MQTR*H��/T����*��COWMUN��OATION��/ WORtO'R M0��T COMPtnTR IR^N��f*9RTAHON ��X��T��!M  "-T"-i- Page 8 The Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wed., March 24, '65  Round about the town  OAPO celebrates  MRS. CHARLIE Soames, left, is the oldest member of  the   Gibsons   OAPO   which   celebrated   its   seventh  birthday, last week. Mrs. E. M. Wheeler once again baked and iced a large cake for the occasion.  P^ionen hold  birthday party  SPRING sunshine brought out a  large attendance to the March  meeting of the OAPO. This too*  was the seventh birthday party, with a large cake all decor-  "atedand given place of honor  on the decorated table.  Past and present business  was brought forward, also the  financial "Statement. New business was choice of a delegate  Sedfdt  Beauty Salon  Evelyn  Hayes  Above Post office  Cutting and Styling  Tuesday to Saturday 9-5  "Your Stairway To  \     Hair Beauty"  Phone 885-9525  to  the  June  Convention  to   be  held at Nanaimo.  Other" mem-~  bers are welcome to attend this  interesting conference,  but will  lack voting privileges.  Mention was made of the TV  program of Sunday evening  drawing attention to the very-  high prices of hearing aids, and  the wish expressed that it  would mean a probe being put  forward that pensioners might  get this help at more reasonable  rates.  With   the   adjornment   of  the  business meeting, the birthday  cake was cut and refreshments  'served.  The social meeting will\be  held Monday, April 5, at 2 p.m.  in the health centre.  The regular meeting will be  Monday, April 19, at 2 p.m.,  health" centre and a cordial invitation is extended to anyone  to come and share these interesting meetings.  The Canadian Association of  Optometrists tells us that since  vision is' a learned process, no  two  people  see exactly  alike.  .IV V"  fr*mn*ftq* IWJ ifi^<^$&!?m*W>****f&**l>  SHfLl, OILr  COMPANY LTD.  ANNOUNCE  Their New Credit Cqrcl Policy  * All holders of new credit cards automatically  entered in $40,000 sweepstake, This could win  you a 1965 Ford Mustang; $1,000 in'cash; A  stereo hi-fi or one of 800 other prizes,  * You can charge up to $150 on the new Shell  credit card.          * You may use it for all Shqll services (including  car washes) tires, batteries, accessor^;, other ���  merchandise and repairs, ,  * The new Shell deferred payment plan will be  available on all these services, Gives you. up to  12 months t;o pay. Minimum deferred amount  $30. Maximum $150.  Many other advantages will bo offered during  the coming year, .  A^."'.:X '���  .���By Ed.Green  SUMMER is almost upon us, if we already haven't had  -.it with the last few days of fine "weather. In a short  time now the various boards of trade, tourist bureaus  and what have you will be exhorting us to "be kind to  v tourists." This is all very fine in its way but by the same  token other tourist bureaus should be holding's, "be kind  to the natives" campaign too.  ^  Who is there.. among���us-wha_Vr=���������-=���������    ��� : .  hasri"t been regarded as back-  .veods-clodhoppeTS-byThlTalle^  gedly    'sophisticated     tourists  _buses-^se-th_re~-wont���be-any  marching.   When   the   delega-  ���.---.    ,   .   ---���-:. . tions are met-at the capital by  who. m their o\vn opinion, have    whoever   he   has   assigned   to  never  seen  a  big  dty?^ They^m{?et them they are given some  social.welfare largesse and by"  Moke Your Application at  GIBSONS SHELL SERVICE  Phono 886-2572 Gibsons, B.C.  would never suspect that right  here are people who have been  around the world, a few times  and some have'lived in foreign  lands while still others take off  for Hawaii, Mexico, Japan and  even European tours. You name  it and somebody here has been  there.' That   doesn't   apply   to  -people���onj;  ones too are world minded.  Each summer sees young people planning foreign trips prior  to marrying and settling down.  They are not country yokels  and resent being regarded as  such by city people.  True, things move at a faster  pace in the cities but that does  the time they realize they have  , been took, dear Smiler Is halfway to another secret hideout  in balmy-climes, and by the  ���time he gets back everybody  has forgotten what they were  marching for anyway,  )espite���^Smtlei^s���assurance  that we are a dynamic society  the native are somewhat rest-,  less. They are beginning to ask  how much longer they are going  to be subject to various departments whose decisions are final  and are given without a hearing  or  a  chance  of  appeal.  They  brought in a big cat on which  he had thade only the down  .payment, and before he got a  chance to use it the forestry  dept. stepped in and "seized it  to settle a claim against the  other fellow, which in fact was  a claim against the timber and  not the man. The real owners  of the cat had to pay the claim  in full ,to save their property.  Impossible? Not at all. This  writer took over "a small sawmill, and about a week after  starting up, the forestry dept.  ~canTe^with_a claim for unpaid  stumpageowetr~by-the_previdus  operator. It was for a small  amdilnt but the point is they  could have closed the mill down  and sold whatever assets were  available to pay their claims.  This happens right here so  before we begin to criticize the  police state in other countries  we'd better do a little house-  cleaning at home because you .  V  name the compensation board.  normea^lGityl^plk^^  worldly wise. They can be sold    motor   vehic*e   department   as  a gold brick as fast, if not faster than people who don't like  the aimless rush of the cities.  The mere possession of a summer cottage, a station wagon  and a boat doesn't mean you've  got it made and are therefore  superior to those who have none  of these status symbols. These  glittering, gee-gaws mean nothing beeatfse those who have  them may not own them. Any  banker will tell you he would  rather loan five thousand dollars to the man who has by  steady deposits built up a two  thousand dollar account than to  a man who has a five thousand  dollar autompbile" all paid^forf  The tourist or summer visitor is a valuable! asset to us  and we need a lot more of  them. Let's all be equals for  after all they are strangers in  our midst.  That word, equals, as applied  to humanity is commanding a  lot of attention right now, especially in Selma, Alabama. At  the moment a well-known Vancouver radio commentator who  is sometimes known as rThe  Mouse, Who Roars Like a Lion!'  is right there in 'the middle of  it and is broadcasting direct  from there. He isn't pulling any  punches and" he isn't awed by  the might of the State Police.  He goes right out on the front  line of trouble and talks to one  and all and by so doing has  won a lot more respect than  lie would over have gained at  home.  Unfortunately, despite what  will probably be a thousand"  close interviews with well-informed people right on the spot  he will come back knowing little more than when, he went  away. This Is a seemingly simple yet amazingly complex ��lt*  nation that cannot be settled by  a few promises and empty gestures from those- In high places.  ; These arc problems bred .in by  numberless generations and it  \Vill take at least that  many  more to work them out, If they  ever "do. Times might change  but human nature never does.  No doubt the  Russians  and  Chinese   arc   going   to   adjust  r the.*' propaganda  to take full  Advantage of tho sorry situation  of the groin United stilted. They  ' will gleefully point out Hint they  have no such problems, True,  those among thorn  who dared  ��nHk-for-tlielr-rlKins"nrcTtlzcnS  didn't live long enough to become  a   problem.   Hussln  fitlll  has her .Siberian concentration  cnmjta for political rebels but  China has "n few acres of fresh  graves,  \Vo In Canada, especially In  U.C, undoubtdHy hnvc tho best  political nyntemr Ixjok nt (Mr  beaming premier, Smiler Hon*  nctt, llo doesn't allow nny  marches on Victoria: he sends  examples. They could have added one more, the forestry department because here is one  ,:.august.,4.body.-,,who^canl....in-their...  opinion, do no wrong. Well,  that isn't the opinion of some  who have been unfortunate  enough to feel their weight.  One such case happened right  here on the Peninsula when a  man took over the claims of a  logger   who   went   broke.    He  can lose all you own without  appeal to recourse to the  courts by government- departments that do not even have the  authority of the police to justify their actions.  Nurses report on  refresher course  REGULAR meeting of the Sunshine Coast Charpter^ot-the  Registered Nurses* Association  of B:^,-~Js��be held in the  board roonv^T^^lAryJs Hospital, Sechelt. at 8 p.m. Mon%  day, March 29.  Annual election of officers  wil) be held and there will be  a report of an obstetrical refresher course attended -by"two"  staff nurses from the hospital.  A Choice of  Colour* Now at  ORGAN'S MEN'S WEAR  Scchclf, B.C.  Phono 8B5-9330  I. Wi* H ^Wf^lM.>��->tH(*i��**lirt*WM9lif��t' gS-SS*  jBE��-tLJSlffi*S^*^J.^^  fl*wl***E^*SWIS*&Si^  w^^w^irf'W^f.-ji  The Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wed., Mo re h 24, '65 Page 9  e.K^^S(iW^<WKi��iW^B��  Whose ball?  LOWELL Pearl arid Phil Malpass reach for. a rebound, Barry Quarry (43 Elphin-  stone). Gary Demaxco (grad), ai*d Wayne Pool  (grad. ka wait the outcome,  in  the clean, fast action game between Grads and Cougars which resulted in a 37-37 tie  WAYNE Poole pulls down a ball for the grads, with El-  phinstone's ^Brians Anderson's-biessingi^it^appearsi  Wayne was declared star basketball player of 1959.  FOR QUICK RESULTS  USE   TIMES  CLASSIFIED  game  WITH ONLY seven players the grads, saw plenty of action in their game with Elphinstone. Alice Potts leaps to block grad, Leana Whitaker's shot while on the-  left, grad, Caroline Anderson and Elphinstone, Annette Hansen are ready for tho  outcome. Susan Kennett and Linda Yablonski are on the right,V  At Elphinstone . . .  Spirited grad players  score miliar injuries  SEVEN cbmpetitlVe spi^  Jr. Girls' team and the' conclusion was that evon  though they had the courage and,spirit to play,,,it was  not enough to overcome the young bloods.  Grads playing were; Caroline  Anderson, Lcaiin Whltaker, Pat  Hogan, Helen Bezdek, Unda  Yablonski, Sheila , Nelson nnd  Dlanno MacDonnld,  The score was 10-4 Ih favor  -of-rhe-.irrOlrl.s***nnd"nltliouglv*  the grads only scored four  points plus two sprained ankles  and a, bruised knee, they had  won tiie support of Hie, speet*  itlors for (heir courageous ef*  fort.  Made it  BE.LEN Bezdek scores two points for the Grads, watched  by Linda Yablonski' (grad) and Wendy Inglis (Elphinstone); Shortly after, Helen was forced to retire with  a sprained ankle. Final'score was Elphinstone 10, Grads  4.  Grnds game took on ' the air  of a serious basketball game  and serious It was. H��lh. teams  displayed' good shooting with  the lend changing sides sever*  ���nl��,tlmefi,��during���,thl3���thrllllngj,  contest ending In a tie of 37*  all.  Male   grads   playing  Gary    Under,   Lowell  Gary   PeMarco,   Perry  Bruee   Puchalski,   Dean  Hard,   Ureno  MeKlbbln,  BY OUR OWN CHINESE CHEF  WITH TAKEOUT SERVICE  were;  Pearl,  Olko,  Hobll-  ilolin  London,  , Hill    Nlmmo, ��� a ud  Helen   llezdek   sprained   her  ankle In the, first quarter and Wnyne Poole,  Pal HuKim had a similar mitt- Congratulations are, in order  hap In |he InKcr pari, of (ho to all grads who participated  flame. mid   attended   the   event,   for  The   S,\   hoys   versus   Iho Ihoy made It a success,  irz  .?,  { ���-:  I*  f A  ���*   ' ���  IV  n  k  ���A  A  *"���  V��  l!  �����������.>  ���If  ���?  K'  P  t "��������� ���  ���A,  I'-  A  AVAILABLE  *��fli��s**ia(*JivfSiwiwaW(  'W*&  wf    *H��     -W  ENJOY EXCELLENT MEALS IN  OUR COMFORTABLE DINING ftOOAl  OPEN DAILY  COFFEE SHOP HOURS:       7 o.m.-ll p.m. daily -���> Sunday 8 o.m.-B p.m.  Phono 883-2377-  ���;;/  ���i,  ���>';i >  *,*wvv,'v,,*n*,'wv*'*��,','��'��',*��w*vv��������^^  A  *������?��� yftji;���;.-' .> (V^r&.citfx'ijs*  ' < * SiWSfliW^IWW J"  ii'-'fii'W-^.vjTitjiv-AV.-^jf.'"    -J W ��VC *     jM t  Page 10 The Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wed., March 24, '65  <_**  Egmont Eye  ���-by John Duniop  SUNDAY night opening special at the Ruby Lake restaurant was like a gathering of the clans with Gibsons, Sechelt, Pender Harboiijr- and Egmorit districts being- well represented.,  ������The dinner and service was  excellent and we take this op^  portunrly of welcoming Bill and  Marion, Udell back to our midst.  While, John Klein was busy  shovelling snow this winter,  Bill and ... Jlariori.. .were living it  iip' down Las Vegas way. In  talking to several groups of  friends, at different tables, one  - thjng was very noticeable. Nine  oiit ol terfoF the wives' present,  during their conversation , pas-  Vsed -the same remark,  "I just  j ha^d to drag my old man out tonight." Now girls, you know  that isn't true. After all, we  men enjoy going out and having a good..dinner just as much  as you, do- And what's this 'old  man' bit? A little more* respect  to your better halves would be  in order.  FUND  RAISING  Our rummage sale on March  10  went over  the  top, with  a  bang.  S78  worth in less  than  ___Jhre_e__hours^ andV-alLclear���pro-  boat-had sunk during the night  and was hanging to the government float, decks awash, by  the mooring ropes. As is usual,  in cases like this, help was seen  forthcoming, the vesseFwas refloated and Jean is now busy  getting the engine in working  order again. Fortunately for  Jean, his tie-up ropes were m  better shape than some to be  seen afoond; our floats.  lA   * $*  ^JS_5_  U-t  ���>)>>,<*  i. ^ -***A.  by all 4nd' it proved once again  HAPPY  BIRTHDAYS  Another grandma, in the per  son of my wife's mother Mrs  Lily   storrar,   ceiebraied_^^ admires the fide afghan* which Z?lZTn��,S iS'  83rd birthday last week. Mrs the ladies of the Mission Circle of, Bethel Baptist*      - 71 ;      ���    ,   '- -"      ���  storrar, who resides in Van- Church  have  completed  and  presented  to.Rebekah',   -**'there are,��njhcouples who  couver, has been visiting us for Lodge   82   for   their   swior   citlzens'   hoin^   pictured   '^l^f^, t,^��� ^Tro  the   past   eight   weeks   and   a nere&from left are Mrs. A> Brown? Mrs/R Jessupi Mrs,    and good fellowship of-square  her demolish StathJaycS w   Sn*h- Mrs- J- Morgan, Mrs. M   Garnett, Mns. A.  This is a wide open opportunity Willis*vMrs. Owen and Mrs. M. livesey. Judy is visiting  for the usual wise-crack about her grandmother Mrs. 3 J. Morgan,  mothers-in-law   but,   discretion  fit.  Sure beats the  store business, all cash and no credit. I  am  getting ideas"for Van" 'Egr  mont Junk & Salvage' venture.  The PTA also added another  $14 to their TV fund as a result  of their bake-sale on the 16t&.  Our women folk, in addition  to being experts .at raising-  funds, are also tops in the baking ��� art, and possibly that is  the reason they 'have to drag  us out' to dine.  NEW HOURS  Jean Jeffries, our very cap-,  ( t able pest-mistress, has advised  that new post-office hours, commencing April 1, are as follows:  Tuesdays and Thursdays^iasm.  to 4:30 p.m., Fridays and Saturdays 9 a.m., to 12:30 p.m.  Mondays and Wednesdays closed.  UNLUCKY -P^pUl  Mrs. Ida B6wen, who lives  with her son-in-law and daughter, Oliver and Ruby Larsen,  had an unfortunate accident  last week when she tripped and  fell, in the house, and suffered  a broken arm. 'Grandma' is  now sporting a plaster-of-Paris  club on her right arm and it is  being the better part of valor,  I'll suppress the urge until.she  returns���home.-^Birthday greets  ings also to Mrs. George Vaug-  han who celebrated, her 83rd  birthday recently!"MrsV Vaughn  is one of our real pioneers. She  and her husband, the late Geo.  Vaughn, having settled in Egmont over 50 years ago. Mrs.  Vaughan is still very young in  spmt..;andj,,.,witii^,.her, excellent  memory and keen sense of humor, tells many interesting  and amusing stories of the  trials and tribulations of those  early days.  Vancouver doctor  buys local estate  mGQJ^m@?is Xfor   the   old  mm  dancing jthe   welcome   mat   is  still way out.  Yes, #hat was quite a night  and the welcome mat .".sis still  out, because in square dancing  it is .never, ;never :taken in. ;  V...,....-~,,��.m..^-t--:--r-*by-Mciurice;i:.Hemstreet^  ���������'������"���"*���'���������'"������-���j--"-������"-.'.    -  EXTRA, extra, extra, read ,all -about the special St. Patricks square dance held in the St." Hilda's Church  Hall, Saturday, March 13, 1965, a night that will not be  forgotten by anyone who attended this gala evening of  square and round dancing.  WelTas Jackie Gleason would  say, away, we go. See you at the  square^danee.  If .1, could .have bottled the  e n j o y m e n t and laughter  throughout this hilariously, fun-  filled night of spontaneous  square dance friendship, well,  let me tell you, I would be a  millionaire rby now arid this is  only four days later, and of  course this is assuming that  each jar full of daughter would  sell -for the sum of three cents  each. Yes, T would -nave beeln  of mine brings bacV'ntcmdriefs,  here's a date pf October 1, lfhJO  ���The newspaper clipping I  have reads. The Sechelt Promenaders were pleasantly surprised Saurday night when approximately two squares from  the Gibsons ^Squarenaders, dropped; "inptOi- dance with r them; ���;<v  A happy evening was enpoyed  NEED A CAR?  NEW or USED  Peninsula  SECHELT, B.C.  Pn. 885-2111 '-'Tad  Farewell  Monteith property'at Whitaker    rich ' today,    except   for   one  Beach, has now been finahzed  and the beautiful four acre waterfront property has been purchased by Dr. K. G. Cambon  of Vancouver.  Arrangements were made  through   Gibsons   Real  Estater  . Ewart, McMynn. The property  became yacant on the death  last summer of Mrs. Monteith,  a long time early settler in the  '��� district,,  an effective aid in keeping the       urm.     T,   ., ,     ,   .  ,    ,  junior members of the Larson    . "The    Puntan, hated    bear*,  household  in nrrfor beating, not* because   it   gave  household in order  BOAT;>5AVEDi  Jean Rials awoke  the other  morning to find that, his gas-  pain to the bear but because it,  gave pleasure to the spectators," wrote English historian  Thomas Macaulay.  ^f//f///f////f////ff/W//M//V/M///////////f/ff///////f////i  s s  mm ciEAi  SPECIALS  * Your outside  windows  cleaned  $3.  * Both   outside   and   inside   windows  cleaned '$5.'  * Tile floors scrubbed and polished"$3  up, scuffs and stains removed.  <  1     ' t1  ���i  .WfiW#l*��*M����*M"***  \,  s  I  AERIAL WINDOW CLEANERS &  TOP FLIGHT SERVICE  RESIDENTIAL ANP COMMERCIAL CLEANERS  Phono ,886-2027 or write Wok ��69, Sochclt....  ^///////j//////j/////////////////f//M/////f/f////f/f///f//f/mR  thing���I had aV problem.., The,.,. ���  laughter and gaiety of the evening was so enlightening and  lively that I was unable to get  the tops on the jJars, they just  bubbled over continuously.  However I will continue to  work on a method to bring happiness to everyone. Say, Just  a minute! I believe 1 have solved the problem, it will be-called instant happiness and all  you have to do is join square  dancing.  From Gibsons and surrounding area  came Harry Robertson, caller, and, about two sets '  of   the   Gibsons   Squarenaders  Club. From Roberts Creek, Bud  Blatchford, caller, and approximately two sets of the Roberts  Creek square dance club.  The Secholt promenaders turn*  ed out with oyer two sets, so  add  these  square, dancers  to*  gether and we had six sets al*  lem'andleftlng  at,  one  lime  on  the floor and  believe mc this  was really something to see,  Guest square dancers for the  evening were Mr. and Mn.i  Austin from Vancouver. Guest  callers were Harry Robertson,  , Jack Inglis and Bud Blatchford -  and once again I say, (hanks  follows, for calling and allowing me to dance, Maybe one  day I can bo of assistance lo  you. And so another Irish St.  Patrick's day square dance has  (come and gone, but the mom-  orlen of this night will llvo <on  forever,    |  Tho Jr, .Square dancers took  tlmo out on Friday, Mnrch 12,  to celobroto Terry Durrani's  blrth(loy, J.et,<mcJ(!ll���you,,,tho��  '"kid/f had a wonderful" tlmo;  Terry's mother���that's Mrs.  Durrani���mndo �� enke that was  Just out of this world and It  sure didn't last long.  Bulletin���The Jr, square, dancers aro gaining rapidly with  <!vury lesson now' ami' I believe  , they would be very luip.py, If,  llioir ���pnronls would comii 'and  watch thom dnncc, They wottld  'bo mndo wolcomo I'm sure.  Looking  at  this scrap  book  /%&tfva#  f&z&la*  Ready lo Wear  and  Madelo  Measure  Wool Worsted  CHOICE OF COLOURS  We have a fine  selection in stock  and offer an  ,   excellent range In  Made To Measure  Suits,  UB,) tt(^������HS*B*i��*��  we^^^^fei^nw^-wB^t��^itt<��������M��*^  IF IT IS STYLE YOU WANT ,. ....  '   WE HAVE IT IN SUITS THAT ARE  RIGHT FOR YOU,  Marine Mesfs ;Wear:trd:  Gibsons, D.C,  Phono 886-2116 jiiJi&Ai^.**^.^  Unsightly centre  DEPT. ot public works has done its part toward improvements of the old church corner. Final clean-up  and landscaping of what is presently an unsightly mess  Js_plarHied-by^ibs0n5^et-^  can be completed to proceed with the remodelling of this  particular session.  _ . ,.^u^r,i^,,,^.^(!^  Sechelt social notes  ���With Your Neighbours  SUMHiNE Rebekah Lodge was pleasantly surprised recently when invited to the Bethel Baptist Church  Woman's Guild, they were presented with a beautiful  Afgan for the Oddfellows' Senior Citizens' Home in  North'Surrey.  = ���  Presentation was made by  Mrs. WV Smith far the Guild,  and received by,. Mrs. J. Ivan  Smith for the Ipdge. Officers  representing the lodge, were  District Deputy President, Mrs,  T. Iva.o Smith; Vice Grand,  Mrs. Frank Walker; Conductor .  Mrs. Roy Erickson; Color Bearer Mrs. Syd Waters; Rcc. Sec.  Mrs. F. French. Mrs. Smith <  gave a short address explaining  the functioning of the Homes  which was responded to by  Mrs. W. Smith, President of  the Guild. A lovely lea follow*  ed the-presentation.  Visiting Mrs, F. French, Mr.  and Mrs, Henry Johns and son  David. Mr. Johns was at one  time on the staff of Trail Bay  Junior High and is now teaching at Squamish.,   ���-" ..���.������������������  A   very   interesting   showing  o(   slides   on   the   Oddfellow  "Youthv Pilgrimage to the United ' Nntiqhs was well  attended  and John Dawson who was the  Breese.  Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Potts  recently" returned after a short  vacation in Vancouver.  Guests, of. Kr,.., and Mrs. T.  Ivan Smith recently. were Mr.  and Mrs. Wally Schad of Powell River.  USE   NEWS  ADBRIEFS  USE TIMES AD BRIEFS  MONTHLY meeting of the  'Howe Sound W.I. was held in  the W.I. Cottage, on Tuesday,  March 16th with a large attendance. Report was given of  the tea held earlier this month  with gratifying results."  To further theirbusy^schedule' ah evening lecture and  showing of slides will be given by Mrs. P. Hodgson, March  31, 7:30 p.m. of their trip to  England and the continent. A  silver collection will be taken  and tea and cookies will be  served. ;  The Fraser district meeting  is to be held in Haney on  Thursday, April 29, anyone  wishing to attend please phone  Mrs. G. Cbrlett for bus reservations.  This group meet on the third  Tuesday of the month at 2 p.m.  in.the W. I, Cottage and all ladies are welcome.  Wilson Creek notes  -��-By Mabel Wag man  VISITORS���Recent visitors to Mrs. Dorothy Erickson  and otftert relations here were Mrs. B. Durifield, Ron  and Lynn�� Waters. The latter lived at Davis Bay some  years ago when Ron \yas working for Burns and Jack-  sons Logging Company. Now a log buyer for a large plywood company at Richmond, Ron's travels take him to  many coastal points1.  delegate in 11KM, from Powell  River, was f> very able coin:  mentator and kept the evening  going along very well. Refresh*  ments wore served by tlio  Sunshine, Rebekah Lodfjo, Vis*  itors from Powell River were  Mr, and Mrs. Wally Schad and  Mrs, Isobel Dawson who accompanied 'her son to the showing.  Visiting Mrs. Helen Jo|)riston-  nnd Mrs. Olive Porto Isji Mrs,  Ethel Held of Vancouver,      '  Returned n'fter n long vacn*  tion spent 'In Nannlmo, PowelJ  River n,nd Vancouver, Mrs, Mn*  bel MncFnrlnno.  Kntcrtalning at. Iho monthly  friendship tea for the vicarage  fund , of St. Hilda's Anglican  Church 3��Ot!CiJa^0iLYi<U.I.��y^~  ^vlTnirpreseiii were Mrs, Dor-'  oihy Krlckson, Airs, A, Mack*  llii, Mrs, J. S, Northcote, Mrs,  I.. PoNtlilewalle, Mrs. I., S,  Jackson/ Miss K, Ormrod, Mrs.  0, tl, Luekon, Mrs. .1. Gibson,  Mrs, Gen. Hnleholor, Mrs, A,  K.   Cohlolgh,   Mm.   0.   Putin,  * Mrs, .A, Hedmnln,Mrs, 10, J,  Fitzgerald, Mrs, F, French,  Mrs, ,1, Hodman, MrsK A, W,  Williams, Mrs, K, Montgomery,  Mrs,   S,   Dnwe   and   Mrs.   R.  Guests nt tho home of Mr.  and Mrs. Sam Moore recently  were Mr. nnd Mrs. G. Tarn-  agi from Rutland, B.C.,  MOVING TO  CROFTON  Mr., and Mrs. Alex, Hague  recent residents of Wilson  Creek are moving to Crofton,  Vancouver Island where they  plan to reside. They both will  be    missed    by    their    many  friends in the community,  COFFEE PARTY V  ,. Drop in for your noontime  coffee break at the Wilson  Creek Community, Hall, Friday,  March (26. bveryone welcome.  Visiting at the homo of Mr,  and Mrs. George Wagman ond  pearl and Martin Wagman and  family from  North Surrey.  SiiW^iw^ifisKft^nntai**.  ESSO OIL EUR  No JJctyvn Payment - Bank Interest  \'f        Ten Years To Pay  COMPLETE LINE OF APPLIANCES  For Free ^EsHi^iate r Call 886-2728  9; *Mi*e.-w>*��iin>*i1"**��**^**H  3 '  u  ���l 'l  H  A  $ J!  u  A  ,*������ v-  if  I if  ���'���  1 t,  z>.  "������*l  Z'>.  i  ��� M  1 r  J..,  '?!  '( ,  IV  \��,  ���>l  Ipr Garling Pilsener Beer  ���f .i;>  ��� 'IJ,  >  ,1.t1  1                        '  ���.'    \,  ...i ��� ��� t  , ,�����.,.. r.\ ,���.���.'. ��� ,'���.,.��. .......ij.,.,,,., ���*r3*s  *>y��_s_s^^E  **������.  WC4  *   v.#_  "'"^^__flS  Late night call  FIREMEN take a final cheek, of- the Walker home at  Nor' West and Mason road which caught fire shortly after 11 p.m. last Saturday. They left about 2 a.m.  when to all appearances the fire had been extinguished  in its early stages.  ��� *     *.     -       * "** -��-J*VT  ��� ***���,   *,   "�� 'c*. *--- T*t * ^*-  Came the dawn  ANOTHER call shortly after 5 a.m. sent the fire service  back to the Walker home after. the fire started  anew. This time.the h,ome was completely gutted, despite prompt appearance of the brigade. Mr. and Mrs.  Walker together with their children had fortunately .decided to spend remainder of the night with relatives  nearby.  :*.Mti3*m#^**��*=>Ws*<*��  VT-  nerci  May we speak frankly about costs!  ,....!If'seems. to us that ^making this a  "hush-hush'\ subject only leads to dissatisfaction and possible recrimination  later on.  At our establishment it is possible! to  clarify the subject of costs r- itemized and  total ~- privately and discreetly. It is  something between the person making  arrangements and the:.-funeral director  to which no outsider need be a party.  Experience repeatedly has shown  us that frankness in advance of arrangements removes many doubts and.worries  from /the'mind of the person who discusses them with us.  A complete IVIomorlal Service for  $100 plus cemetery or cremation.  Your  Inquiries  Aro  Invited   Without  Obligation  '   " '      '       , A , .  Harvey Funeral Home  Gibsons, B.C, - Phono 886-9551  Page 12 The Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wed., March 24, '65  Expansiorrwoes . . .  TWO University of British Columbia-^psychologists-want to  know what frightens 1,900 students.  The students have been asked to fill out a "fear survey  schedule" which Will be used to  set up a scientific study designed to evaluate treatment  methods used in helping overcome phobias.    Brr^TnomaTTr^Storm, and  Dr. -Willfem.JK.,:0#M,..;both assistant prcifessi>rs in the UBC  psychology department, have  received a grant of $15,600  from the United:^States Public  Health Service for the* treatment study.  The "fear survey schedule"  now being filledkih by students  lists 73 items ranging' from  Tio!se~ of vacuum "cleaners-  through loud noises and dead  animals to thunder and being  ignored.  Students are asked to rate  fear of the item ^on a scale ranging from "not at all" to ''very  much."  Work on highways;  pressed by MLA  THE COMPLETE overhaul and modernization of Highway 101 between Langdale ��� anct Powell River was -  urged in the Legislature recently -The plea was made  during the Highway Estimates by J^nxJSar^i-ave^rMLS  ~(NDP^MackenziF)T -==   "This highway improverhent  is imperative," Gargrave said.  The impact of the great industrial expansion at" PoweH  River will result in heavy haulage of material and -frequent  passage of vehicles over. this  highway, he said. The' village  of Gibsons should be bypassed  this time that the policy of the  department is reviewed.  The road approaching Gibsons from" the Langdale Ferry  passes over a small bridge  which is narrow, inadequate  and ��dangerous, Gargrave said.  "In any case this bridge should  be replaced���it is an important  ^L���ad^rom_^^  rejoin the Sechelt highway be-  hind the Elphinstone school,  Gargrave told, 'the Minister' of  Highways P. A. Gaglardi.  The debate -arose while * the  Minister of Highway's salary  was being discussed in the Legislative Committee. It is during  Here in a year? . . .  Ww cavity filling  will help dentists  PENINSULA, citizens soon will benefit from a revolutionary type of adhesive dental material deyeloped  by a member of the University of B.C faculty of dentistry.  ^ ~   Dr. Richard Roydhouse, assistant professor of restorative  dentistry at UBC, who had been  working on the new material  since 1961, said it has been used  by Vancouver dentists to fill;  more than 1,000 cavities.  The new material, which is  how being marketed in the United States by the Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company under"the 'trade'nameAd-  dent, will probably be available  commercially in Canada within a year, Dr. Roydhouse said.  He said addents and similar  materials, which stick to teeth,  will soon replace the presetU silicate cement fillings.  Silicate cement fillings do not  stickto teeth, ��� ���e said > and dentists must now drill large, deep  holes in teeth and cut intricate  dovetails and undercuts so the  cement can be. locked into the-  cavity.  Other advantages of the new  material are that it picks tip  the color of the tooth it fills, requires 4�� shallower cavity, and  braces and strengthens the  tooth rather than vveakcning.it.  WHITE PASTE  The filling material Is a heavy white paste which can he  wiped into the cavity. It lakes  about three minutes to 'harden.  Clinical tests of the new material have been going on in  Vancouver for more,��than n  year with tho co-operation of  tho Vancouver Dental! Association, Dr. Roydhouse'said,  ('AH the work completed in  Vancouver   so   far   has   been  ���hlghly�����iiCco��flful,lL,Dr.���Royd--���  house  said.  "One dohtint told <  'me"he replaced   ten   fillings  within an hour, and a half with \  Addent, and when tJie work wan  , completed It was impossible to",.  tell that the patient had any  fillings nt nil."  Tho material also nan promise in tlio prevention of cavities   In   children's   fcoth,   Dr,  Painted omtho teeth It formh  a film In the cracks and crevices on biting surfaces and pre- ,  vents tho collection of food particles, ������..-���. ,��  Dr, Roydhouse will go to Ro**'  Chester, Now York, .later thl��  year to check tho result* of an  experiment where tho material  h���� been palntc^ on children's  teeth,  search for the adhesive material in 1961 when he joined a  dental dispensary- in Rochester,  N.Y.  "We were certain that some  company,   somewhere,   must.  have   %veloped   an   adhesive  raateriaj, ���wbj(^;CQ^d'.;^,4da'i>-.,.  ted to'dental^work/*Ihe said^,:  ''North American#dehUstsf  complete approximately 130,:  tJOOiOOO dental filings every  year," Dr. Roydhouse said.  "The point is that this is Only  about one-half of the total number that should be done and any  new. material which will speed  up this process and be more-  or less permanent is bound to  improve dental health;"  Addent is an extremely complex substance. Dr. Roydhouse  describes it as a "polymer or  synthetic resin mixed ��� with a  variety, of mineral and glass  fillers."  A native of New Zealand,  Dr. Roydhouse obtained his  dental degree there in 1951. He  first came to the United States  in 1959 to lecture at Northwestern University dental school in  Chicago.  sons," he said.  JHe also told "the Legislature  that  ferry transportation  was  ���vital tothe South end of Mackenzie. Riding.   Though   ferry  1 service across Jervis Inlet and  Howe Sound is the responsibU-'  ity of the B.C. Ferry Authority, service to Texada Island  and the Comox-Powcll River  ferry service is the direct responsibility of the minister of  highways.  r "Industrial^ expansion ;at^Po-"  well  River will  place unbearable   burdens   on   these   ferry-  cervices,"   Gargrave   told   the  Legislature.  The   local   MLA  also   urged  improvement, and bla'cktopping  of secondary roads in and a-  round the village of Gibsons,  and the complete blacktopping  of road approaches to Roberts  Creek.  Another bottleneck on Highway 101 is the Lois River  bridge/ Gargrave said. The  LoisV River Bridge is old and  it has difficult approaches;  This sbridge must be replaced}*  -he said.  V^ -..  The local member also urged,  the��� minister--to ���increase 'the  priority for the consideration  of a highway around the Howe  Sound. "The Sechelt Peninsula  is an important recreational  aTea," he said.  Gargrave also discussed with  the minister of highways the  necessity of more Federal help  , to highway-building programs  in the Province. Gaglardi agreed. ,    '  ���e_   "Circumstances arc tho rulers of "theweak;they arc but  the instruments of the wise,"  said Samuel Lover, Irish novelist and portrait painter. ,  NEED A CAR?  NEW or USED  TRY  Peninsula  Motor Prod,  SECHELT,U.C.  Ph.  885-2111   .Tod  Farewell  '61  START  Dr,    Roydhouflo  Sechelt Kinettes  SPRING FASHION SHOW  April 3rd, 8 p.m.  Sechelt legion Hall  Admission:  $1.00 Adults - 75c Students  'T>-  ��  Mi,i��4'*��~**t!aiw*ttw��'�� II  Fashions by; ^r-  The Toggery and  Morgan's Men's Wear  *>    ���   -.    Proceeds to  KINSMEN GHARiTIES  a(^*��s*#����ws*ws��w*'*!*��*'*  Refreshments  began   hln  Poor Pri*o  ��WWI*VVVVVVWV��IVV>J '���;_���__ ,^^zir__  ���f *��.  The Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wed., March 24, #65 Poge 13  1965 HOMECOMING at Elphinstone Secondary School, last Friday, saw many erad-  ^ USS���S^g ^oujd -the school, takings keen interest in allSiSchat  faw S Mr ti ^S*J*7*^ ***?*_��* fop admiring the recently installed band  saw, are^Mr, B. Marleau, engineer-at Port Meiion , (1.58 scad .)���  Mrs   Barbara Oat  TWO of the ETC. forest industry's major safety awards for  1964 have been won by Mac-  Millan, Bloedel and Powell River Limited.  ��� fThe awards arg presented  annually by the B.C. Lumber  Manufacturers  Association.  MB&PR won the award for  the lowest accident frequency  for*a group of mills, with a  frequency rating of 9.44! Mr.  J- .O. Hemmingsen, Vice-President and General Manager,.  Wood Products Group of the  company, received the award  at the annual, meeting of BC-  LMA  in Vancouver recently.  The Westminster Shook Mills  Division of MB&PR, located in  'New Westminster, won the *a-  ward for plants that worked  between 350,000 and 700,000  man-hours w$h a perfect���or  no-lost time���rating. This award was presented to Mr. R. A.  Oldest grad present |, Dines,    Production    Manager,  MR. W, WIREN of Gibsons had the pleasure-of cutting   ni���*;Sawn^ilL3> /MB&PR.  the Welcome Back Cake during this first Homecom- ^"S j?0?* J1"8,. Di;  ing celebration at Elphinstone Secondary School, which Z record^ XtcSfree  is to be an anuual. event, Mr. Wiren graduated in 1923 , days of"��?atS^ win also re  from the old Gibsons School which is now part of Gibsons ceive the mb&pr President's  Elementary School. , A\\jard, a large silver cup.  Successful evening . . .  Graduates homecoming  promises regular event  LAST FRIDAY, Elphinstone Secondary School held, for  the first time, a homecoming for graduates- of previous years. This very successful evening will surely  be the forerunnor of a long series of similar events,  K!\ly*nliii>   graduates   attend' " * ~ ~���"  od, the oldest being Mr, W. Wi>    cheerleaders, who are extreme-  rim who graduated In lfl?:i, Mr,    ly well practised and original,  >Vlm�� came to Gibsons.jyhnii.   gave   their_sui)|)prt���.Jo_JjqUi.._  H^ was.^IJ^j^nToid and i^calls ' teaiiis, .......  l\w> days when there were only       Prior to the refreshment In-  three houses on the waterfront,    terval. Mr. Potter welcomed the  Graduates wore welcomed In visiting graduates and expros*  the main foyer by* Principal ��crt concern that the names of  W. S, Potter and members of 'pome graduates'may not, have'  the teaching staff and students' .been Included in the Invitations  council, where Ihey signed (he sent out, This was due to not  fluoist baok and were, presented having adequate addresses In  with it special edition of the some instances, Graduates wl-  Gladrag, -"" Mm- to attend next year arc  ' The Gladrag contained a page f^1 *<V c��nt��cl ������>�� ,��p ������l-  or autographs from, the Howe .h'��H ���(���"lherico|e, preside^! of  Hound School Days of IIM0 and ,ho ����-��������������������� ���"���U "l��� wol*  mentioned the names and aell- comod {iw vIhIUhw  vltlca of many outstanding stn- ��� Urnduatca then aasmcblcd  dunls over the years, ���    arftund' well laden refrekihmenl  Kollowlng n toijr of the tables, whore Mr. When cut  Hchool, were two basketball tho ,flrst sllco of tho bunutiful  games between UriuUand El. . , Homecoming cake ahdaperlod  phlnnUmo Cougars, both Karnes of roiulntoconco followed, Coi|*  wore extremely peppy and. kept ." plosr then took the floor for tho  tho   spcclalorn   thoroughly   en-    Homecoming dance which ter*  lertalned,    T It o    Klphlnstoncmlnated the evening,  Selection helps  milk production  SELECTING dairy cattle for  high milk yield or high milk  solids production may change  the proportion of the various solids in the milk, says R. J. Cur-  . tis, of the CDA's research station here at Fredericton.iN.B.  Milk solids include butterfat,  protein, milk sugar, and a trace  of minerals.  Ayrshire, Holstein, and .Jersey production records in CDA  Research Branch dairy herds  show what happens to milk solids as breeding potential for  yield after increases. ,  The composition of Jersey  milk was affected by selection  for higher yields. Butterfat, protein, and solids-not-fat percentages all decreased slightly as  yield' of milk increased.  Holstein milk composition did  not change with increasing  yield of milk solids but when  selection was, based on total  milk, protein percentage decreased.  Ayrshire milk composition did  not appear to be changed by  selection.  Further research may be necessary to establish whether-  these results apply to the  breeds as a whole or to the  .strains within the breeds which  are part of the breeding project, Mr. Curtis points out.  ���-  '  FOR ALL YOUR MEEDS  Injury can hurt-'  your wallet, too! *  If  your  property   is  the!'  scene of, on accident to*'  .a    friend,    employee   or  passerby,      liability     insurance    can    save    you  money. ���  Be sure ... insure!  J..H. G. (Jim)  DRUMMOND  Insurance Agency  "SEE J. D.  FOR SAFETY"  II  Gibsons, B.C.  I Phone 886-7751  can help  A community newspaper's strongest  foundation is a list of steady subscribers.^ ;Vye��;needs#OURvsupport<4f^we  ore to keep growing and to adequately  **j^*^*Q*^^  venient, you'll never miss an issue, and  you'll be helping build your community!  THANKS!  ��� CLIP THIS COUPON --.----*.:.*.-.;.&:?'  YesC I'd like ^ be q, regular subscriber to The Sechelt Peninsula   -  Times and support my community newspaper,  Enclosed is cheque   QM/O    Q    for $'...���.. ...���......!���..  ADDRESS ��� .'   V  i,,.   ��� .,.,.., . "-"-r"---"-----   ...  PLEASE CHECK: Subscription Rotes:  New a     Renewal ��� I year $5 - 2 years $9 - 3 years $13  MAIL OR BRING TO;  Sechelt Peninsula Times, Box 381, Sccbolr, B.C.  ���"jri.  ^w��.. ,    .,, *      ..,,  ,   ,    , ���  ,KVw  , . KM .  f  i  t  t  f  f  9.  J  >  I  I  p.-  f  vfe��  u  *z*  U  k  )'>'  ').S  ?���-}��� r  ���w'T1**1  l*r  "*W  ��(_?**  w^mff  S.       ��� u ��� .* h&_r Mil  i*. - -1]^��4933  ���i  r  &  -MB.aawasiSy-"'1 sag  Page 14 The Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wed, March 24, '65  ">*:  By Jack Davis, M.P.  THE CANADA Pension Plan will soon become law1. Also  thergjsf a 90 per cent chance that you will be paying  lnto4t*next year. So Canadians individually, as well as  collectively, should try to understand this new legislation. ���    *���i :   We already have old age pensions in Canada. Soon everyone  who reaches 65 will be getting  $75 a month.  The new pension plan adds to  this amount. But each of lis  must pay  more in if we are  Canada Pension Plan? These  are returned to the provinces  from which the contributions  originate. There they can be  used for any provincial investment such as power dams,  highways,   schools   and   hospi-  Toboggan  race  DON'T WORRY fathers, this is not a sit down strike,  just the mums trying to toboggan on dry land with  no toboggan. Working hard am. mothers B. Swanson,  D. Parsons* J. Mactavish, D. Nest^nan, P. Gibson, M.  Marcroft, and E. Burdett.  MORE   ABOUT   .      .  Chamber of Com.  from page 1���  can be proposed as an alternative   to   the   present   winding  payments will be deducted by  your employer. They will  amount to 1.8 per cent of your  income. Self-employed, if they  wish to join, will pay.3.6 per  cent. "'*"  '    highway!  ] A letter was received "from  the Department of Transport  to the effect that a day beacon  has been established on the  rock off Point Upwood. and that  as soon as tidal conditions and  commitments will allow, they  will establish a similar day-  beacon on . Nares Rock, in the  entrance to Pender Harbour.  This Chamber is sponsoring  a resolution to the 14th annual  meeting of the B.C. Chamber  of Commerce that the Provincial Government Parksite at  Skookumchuck Rapids be. opened up and road access provided. .  It was noted with pleasure  and approval, that the Highways ""Department has made  turn-offs along the Sunshine  Coast Highway 101. This will  permit cars to pull over to ;  stop for repairs or passing.  New citizens  GANT���To Mr. and Mrs. David  Gant.   Gibsons,   a   son   born  March 9, 1965.  -GODFREY���To Mr. and Mrs.  Ronald Godfrey, Gibsons, a  daughter born March 10, 1965.  JOHNSTON���To Mr. and Mrs.  Cyril Johnston, Gibsons, a  son, Cameron Sean born March  10,   1965.  M ACTION���To    Mr,    and    Mrs.  Dennis   Machon,   Gibsons,   a  son  born  March  13,   11)65.  _____  Casualty  MRS. PAT Gibson applies first aid to injury received  .in the fast and furious hockey game played at the  Mother-Daughter Night. Daughter Susan's wide grin indicates that mum's.condition is not too serious.    ,  Mothers win out over daughters  With   words   it   pays   to   be  stingy and sting-y.  ���LJJfour contribution goes to Ot-  tawa. A credit entry is made-  on your Social Insurance ��,ard.  A fund builds up "Tn -your name.  And when you retire^fat 65 it  may be worth as much*'as $104  a month.  You can count on $75 a  month. Depending on how much  you contribute you could get  up to $75 plus $104 or $179 a  month'.  Why am I all for the Canada  Pension Plan? One reason is  thatJhe_ benefits., are,, portable.  You can work anywhere in  Canada. And you can move  from job to job. Wherever you  are and whatever you do^your  pension plan entitlement will  continue to grow. Previously,  employees had to think twice.  Changing jobs often meant losing pension rights. So there has  been a 'stickiness'���a stickiness  to the movement of people across Canada and into better  jobs which will be removed by  the Canada Pension Plan.  I support the Canada Pension  Plan for another reason. Any  increase in the basic flat rate  of $75 tends to discriminate  against Western Canada. With  higher incomes we pay more  taxes than people in other.parts  of Canada. Our cost of living is  higher. So, under a- flat rate  system, we" pay morel into the  scheme and get less out of it.  Ah individual, contributory system is better. It is better for  most working people in high  income areas like British Columbia.  What about funds accumulating in the early years of thc  What about Quebec? Quebec  is introducing an identical plan.  Being fully integrated with Ottawa's plan, it follows that a  Canadian can work in Montreal  and   retirw   in   Vanpnii_-u^-w44h��-  out any difficulty whatsoever.  What about private plans?  These are not directly affected  by the Canada Pension Plan.  Also the insurance companies  can expect to extend their coverage as they have done in the  United States where a federal  contributory old age pension  program has been in existence  since the 193GsV  What aDourTnlTStion? Prico  increases will now be taken into  account by the Canada Pension  plan both by the Old Age "Assistance ($75) and the Canada  Pension Plan. The two cheques which you receive will increase if the purchasing value  of the Canadian dollar falls.  These, then; are the basic elements of the Canada Pension  Plan���a plan, incidentally,  which also looks after the widows or orphans of pensioners  and disabled persons.  "Consider how much more  you often suffer from your anger and grief, than for those  very things for which you are  angry arid grieved," wrote Marcus Antonius, the Roman general.  r ���       ' -j  through  RED CROSS"  Your help does so much  forsojnany  MOTHER  and  Daughter Night  held   last   week   in   Sechelt  Eelcmontaryi School,. was   an  outstanding   success,   with   the  '"mothers of "''grade's" 5, (5 and 7  g)rls turning out in full force,  Under . the    suoprvlslon    of  school  principal  Mr.  W��� Held,  and  Mrs, ,1,  Wallis tho  Mums  dgnncd team markers and went  into    action,    soundly    beating  their   daughters   in   Volleyball  and floor hockey,  The    team    markers    which  have just been completed by  the hard working PTA members prpved extremely useful  on this occasion as some of the  ''mothers'"'were'''difficult lo distinguish from the students,  Daughters proved their superiority in the toboggan race  and the Indoor bowling relay  which brought the action packed evening to a close,  PTA members were on hand  with     coffee  drinks.  refreshing  noooooooorxwioajooccc  r-  It Keeps Coming  It Keeps Going ,  UNPAINTED FURNITURE  ,'i M#*Wttt^��SBi#fl;*����^*���^,����  We now stock q fine selection  of this great Value Furniture.  BENNER BROS.  FURNITURE AND PAINT STORE      '  Phono 885-2058 Sbchclr, B.C.  a b  CAT OPERATORS - DONKEY OPERATORS ��� ��** Sp������  GRAVEL TRUCK OPERATORS  :'% yd. SHOVEL OPERATORS -  -FRONT END^RAVEnOAliWl>ERATOW  BRUSH CUTTERS - LOGGERS OF ALL KINDS  TOP WAGES Top SAFm CONDITIONS  Good Placo To Work. Travelling Tlmo Negligible.  , INTERVIEWS NOW  JACKSON BROS. LOGGING CO.  .; ,: ; _:.;_.;,^i!:?pN..cRiEEK,���Bx.,_:;  Phono '.885-22281> Day. 885-2028 - 886 7776 Eycnlngi ~*.y*t-  "Sc ^&y .-.. ^a^jfijfj;'tms_Bsa_8-f-��%_stL^^- .  The Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wed., March 24, '65 Page 15  In The Legislature ���.'  n���by Tony Gargrave, M.L.A.  LEO NIMSICK (NDP-Cranbrook) last week made an. Urgent plea for immediate reconsideration -of Workmen's Compensation Board pensions. He pointed out  that these pensions had not been increased since 1954  and some of the pensions awarded as early as 1944-and  !45 had never been increased at all. . '  -He also emphasized that the       rates  being  paid   widows  and    pensions and the MLAs insisted  children who had lost a husband    that' some action be taken dur-  and  father in industrial  acci-   ing- the present session,  dents were receiving pensions       Eventually   Alex   Macdonald  set in 1954.  (NDP .Vancouver���East)r  *r/,.  i  #  i  ��'���  I  There has" been a royal commission < investigating the .operation'of the-Workmen's Compensation Act for almost three  years. Unfortunately the fir A  judge appoIHe_"~&r-th&_;ommis-  "su]F~  gested that the minister introduce a bill under which the  Legislative Assembly would  give the Cabinet power to increase the rates between~*legis-  lative sessions, so widows and  sioner died. This meant, a  3ng_(iependents would not have to  delay while the new cbairmaii"Wait  New Lions  LADIES night of the Sunshine Coast Lions Club, held  last Saturday at Ole's Cove was highlighted by the  initiation of four new members to the club. Ceremony  was carried out by Provincial Chairman Fred- Smith,  lefti and new members are: Ray Clare,. Sechelt; Bill  Hartle, Roberts Creek; Irvin Benner, Selma Park and  Ted Farewell, West Sechelt  TfeniedjaerTWght  Letters to the Editor must carry a signature and address, although a  pen-name may be used for publication?  Community spirit  Editor, The Times  Sir���Enclosed you- will find  a letter written to the Kinsmen Club of Sechelt. We have  full authorization to publish  this letter verbatim and on behalf of the club I am taking  this opportunity to do so as to  my mind it points up something this community is lacking  ���community spirit.  When the Kinsmen Club  thought of this park project it  was in our opinion everyone  from local residents to tourists  alike would, benefit. However,  when personalities and petty  politics play major roles in ev*  erything and anything that is  done in the village then, it is  about time something was done  about it.  The proposed park was a  very generous offer on the part  of. Mr. Burly and he should be  i commended for his spirit in  tryjng to better the town. However through a lack of knowledge and an overbearing at*,  titude, tho guiding hand of the  Village has lost to the conimiin-  ily   an  excellent,   and   may   I  �� say, only park area with good  facilities    for    picnicking    and  swimming. *  Jta.writing ..^this.,, jetter,.. ,.wei...  the kmsinen; Club hope to stir  a storm of) controversy and  raise people from their apathy.  Then, in my opinion, we will  be starting on the road to creating a better community.  There are too many people  in and around Sechelt, who sit  back and criticize the efforts  of others without contributing  anything, themselves. After this  fiasco I think that some people  should get off their hiunches  and pour a little effort into  their community.  GLENN R. PHILLIPS  President, Sechelt Kinsmten  Kinsmen Club of Sechelt, .  Box 6,  Sechelt, B.C.  Sir���When    you    approached  mc for'the use of a portion of  my land for a  parksite I offered you an acre and a half  .on thc following conditions:  (a) Anything, done on thd property must >meet with the ap.  provnl of Mr, C, McDermidas  ho was right;,next';W the site';1  (b) Proper sanitation  would  be .supplied. .'  (c) Yoii would obtain full co  operation from the" Village  Council so that any picnic arrangements they might have  would be centralized in the one  area on account of sanitation  problems.  (d)" If this agreement5 was to  cause any ill feelings whatsoever then the offer  would  be  -withdrawnr-   ���~^~ '  As I was .lying up this property for ten years on a lease  ^atone^ddllarAa^ear^and5-paying taxes on the land and also  on any improvements, I thought  that the conditions' were very  reasonable. However as the  people of the Village through  their elected representatives  Benner and Gordon have taken  \Strong objections to my terms  and state that! am very demanding and should be ignored, I must regretfully withdraw my offer..  N.  G. B.  BURLEY  (This is a copy of Mr. Bur-  ley's letter).    ���; -  examined all of the earlier evi- .-  dence.  ���Unless legislative" action is taken to increase^ pensions this  year, it means atfleast another  12-month r'deIay.^VNimsick returned- again and againlT^a the  subject, demanding- tha t a J  change be made, and he was  supported by opposition speakers and gove_nment-J>ac|clben^-  cbers.  For several hours Mr. Peterson, the Minister of Labor, remained*" adaWant'" and'"would *  make no move to change the  situation. Opposition members  clamored for an immediate  boost -without waiting for tho  report of the Joyal commission.  Only the Legislative._Assembly.  ','"tia1s/''V''ttie''"ai_i_hority' to increase  another year for an increase.  Finally, Labob Minister Peterson, said he would, be pleased' to  give this consideration,V and ,'he  further stated1 that- when the  report of the; royal*'.commission  did come in; he would recommend to-the Cabinet, that^the-increase be made retroactive to  Jan. 1, 1965. <  This���undertakings���repres^ntsV  a major victory for the members of the Opposition.  ..The Legislature is now finish-  "inf Its'wofkT 'This is my last  column   from   Victoria   and'  I  would like to thank  all those  weekly papers  who have published its, I hope to'-.inH^.njiany"  of my readers when I make my  annual report tour:.= to the,.rid-,  ing in the spring.  "I have- never heard anything about the resolutions of  the Apostles," wrote Horace  Mann, the American educator,  "but a great deal about their  Acts."  PftlNTING   -   DICQRJHFING  PROPERTY MAINTENANCE  ;--   COLORS TH AT 4iV_^-i'*-  Box 254 ~ Sechelt 885-2013  >*  > '&ti/iiMM*iiiIMitSMitIWiMiitmMiittM��JIfMfM$X  ROYAL CANADIAN  V  BOYS AGE  13��/2-19 YEARS  ^ Arc you intercstodLin joining this fine organization?  so  Write Box 381 Sechelt oi; phone 885-2155 ^  eyentngs. Uniforms supplied. , ^  be money-wise:  rtW^**ll^��W'IIWfl������**^MI*t��i����**t'* ?  PILOTAGE POATWORK S  DISCIPLINE fIRSTAID ^  Sea Cadets with flood attendance record*, and certain other quollfl* fc  1  Training is given in tho following subjects:  RIFLE SHOOTING SEA HISTORY SAILING  SEAMANSHIP PAND WORK SWIMMING  SPORTS  '����!**>**>'��t***'  LEAOERJHIP.  cations may ho permitted to go on cruises In RCN sl^ips or attend  [^ ono of tho summer training cstabllishmcnl*. for a 7��wcck�� trades  't w  (mining coumo, In addtlion,  i   ^ 2-wock course <nHMCS QUADRA  !_��� blishmont ot Comox, on Vancouver Island,  i, many catlolh aro selected to attend a S  >UADRAprie Sea Cadet Training Esta* ^  ..     .. ..j i ...  .    _>  Ask for helpful hints on every phase of personal banking  at your nearby Royal Bank branch.  Money-savins hints, like; how our 2-Account Plan can help k^ep  your Savings Account safe from '.���nibbling";.how a Personal Chequing  Account (at Kty-n-chcquc) can save you money on paying bills;  hqE.you,can jnu.w  the Royal ternipiun wny 1 /   '' j ,,  Leaflets available; use your     jSbgSl  ��-�� ai   mami/1  Royal Bank service^  \        ^^  ROYAL BANK  to the fnil. 4��^5a  Gilmmx llrumh,' K, D, llopkin, Manager  IT  h  r  m  ii.  4��.  SA>  ass,  u  ?-���  ,,'i;*l  '\  A  ���I  z  IS  tz  C'  ��1  M  u .  ���WW.K^'Wtp'W*^  _TL  -i *  Page 16 The Sechelf Peninsula Times, Wed., March 24, '65  -3_S**_Sfw&?^s  "���vjt   ����_�����___&  *     ���   Ii  j&kw  Localjensioners  havecharief T  HAVING received,'the charter,  it is now possible for the Sechelt and district old age pensioners to form a local branch  of .the OAPO.  Locally, these organizations  perform a valued service, caring for needy and sick members, arranging transportation*  for recreational outings anoV ensuring-that no memtier is lonely or neglected-  DelefaTes^are also elected \ to  attend the monthly meetings j of  the Provincial Board, so-that  local problems are presented;  thehoar_LJn-ttie-fenirrd^:ireiol-  uTionsTpetltichs.and briefs are.  then drawn up for presentation  to the Dept. of Health and Welfare, Victoria.  All interested persons are invited   to   attend a   meeting   to  Snowy sentinel ters  wen}  washed  avvay  anU  KING OF all it surveys, Mt. Elphinstone With its cloak scattered all along the beach.  of snow provides a picturesque background for the so people  parading all  along  village of Gibsons, bathed in beautiful spring sunshine, the beach, were treated to the  which unfortunately disappeared 'after eighteen wonder- fun of readihgr-^Mr. Browning  "ItrrtlaysT  HisandHers  Dear Sir, we-are at a loss "to  understand why you have not  favored us -with a remittance,  etc., etc." or else to the general  tenor of "Cough up or else''  etc.  My reason for the profound  distrust of government departments was because 1 had work-  by J. and D. Browning  MANY ARE the books written about life on the Sechelt        Peninsula. A well written book is worth reading e_~ for one forlour years. At  always, even if the subject matter is every day stuff to that tin^e, the smart civil ser-  those of us who have built up homes on the beach, main- vant, the ope sure of promotion  ly from beachcombed lumber. If you saw our ex-house was he who could figure out  on the beaich, you would say, "Yes, it looks like it."  "  Let us get into the act too  ;   and  write  about unusual happenings on the  beach..  Have you ever had _ tug-of-  war with a mink? I have. This  mink sei_ed one of pur roosters.  Usually the' minks confined  themselves to fishing, but there  must have been a mink holiday J.. ���, ....  which  r-aiipH  fhr rhirtpn   tile    very tiresome . We used to feel  crow out of myself, (not difficult) the better to catch the  birds. This idea never trustified. My wife said my clothes  would disgrace a scarecrow.  All in all, God's little creatures, and big ones too can be  called for chicken, like very tiresome . We used to feel  turkey at our Christmas: So I Wre. kicking them in the teeth,  reached through the shake Did any of you ever have  fence and grabbed the rooster y��ur financial difficulties pub-  by the tail, the mink had it by    licized   all. along   the   beaches  the head, until I loosed off the  .22 rifle through the shake fence  with the other hand, so thc  mink took off. The poor rooster  gave up the ghest.  ways of stalling off or avoid-  ing"altdgether the paying out of  monies.  While on the, subject of the  snivel service, may I test your  patience by telling you about  Mr. Fuzzinski (not his real  name but it sounded like that)  At that time, my job was, to  settle Edmonton .'��� relief recipients on vacant farm buildings  in the country. Mr. and Mrs.  Fuzzinski plus six biggish kids  were scheduled to go. After  much to do I rounded them up  into the local grocery store���a'  tactical error as It turned out.  Mr. and Mrs, Fuzzinski plus  chorus of F. juniors signified  their unwillingness to go.  Not  and were now \yilling to go.  They piled into the. furniture  truck and my car, like eager  kids to a Sunday school picnic. But on arriving- at their  destination, they discovered  that the well was dry���a slip jip.  oh the>'^'parT of "the landlordV"  Registering supreme indignation, the father and two biggest  boys advanced towards me  while removing their jackets.  "Now you are going to get beat  up�� yo]Hr,;Jbig.fl.s|mp.,.',.,..sa_/.s I to  myself and just stood there like  Boadicea facing the Roman Legions, thinking "how do I get  out of here without losing face."  like President Johnson vis-a-  view Viet Nam.  But all they did was to shake  the dust out of then- coats.  What a relief! What they did  for water, history does not relate, Probably they too acquired a profound mistrust of  gpyer^me^.^^dep^rtm'*}!)^, 4  withdrew with dignity. They say  the English always win the last  battle. '  be held in Selma Park Community Hall, April 1 at 2 p.m.,  when officers will be elected. '  Mr. Wm. Haley, president of  the Gibsons Branch and first  vice-president of "the provincial  board will be on hand to, discuss   procedure.  Anyone requiring transportation should contact Mr. Harry  Hill 885-9764.  Popular principal  to leave district  '"AN^OnSeMENT a t last  meeting of the Pender PTA  of the resignation of Principal  of Pender Harbour High School  Mrs. R. Fleming, was received with considerable regret. .  During her seven years "With  the school, Mrs. Fleming has  been a source of inspiration to  both students and parents fluke, and parents present expressed their personal regret.  She explained the move was  necessitated by the transfer ol  her husband to Vancouver.  Mrs. Fleming later told The  Times, "I came here originally to be with my husband and  I feel this is a good reason for  having to leave. We have both  made lots of friends in the district who we will naturally be  sorry to leave;"  14  at high water mark? We did  in  about 1950 I  became completely crippled with great pain  in one leg, and had to abandon  my position at Burns and Jack-  , The. next day the mink was    son's. You cannot trim boards    f0r them the "birds,"'the bees, 'the  back with Mrs. Mink and their    at a sawmill standing on one    flowers,  the  cows,  A knot, of  four   children   and   fairly   lit    lcS-  ii'*bt into the chickens., I was Being unable to work, no unforced to adopt guerrilla" tactics employment insurance, no com-  and infiltrate the minks. If only pensation., We had vaguely,  theycould have stuck to a fish heard of a thing called War  diet,,so full of protein. Veterans Allowance, but did not  ,Yes, .the creatures, of the consider it because we had a 'had been sharpening a butter  wild can be most irritating, profound distrust of all govern- knife. She advanced towards mc  Coons,    minks,    a    bob-cat,    ment departments. '       with what looked like position  skunks, a weasel, arid once a      So, having previous financial    one  of  butter  knife   practice,  bear  and   cub   all   killed   our   commitments wo soon became    I did a Dunkirk to the car, and  chickens.  In  the  case  of  the   involved  with  collection  agen*  boar, 1 think it,was the cub's    cios,   who  sometimes   pleaded,  idea of good, clean fun. sometimes   threatened.   I   was  A sequel to the boar episode    cut to the heart to have caused  people, collected, talking volubly a language not included in  our school curriculum. Judging  by,-appearances they were pro-  Fuzzinski and anti-me,  The lady of the grocery store  never let up on the gjis pedql  until reaching the safety of our  office and the sweet security  of, many surrounding 'stcnogra*  occurred  early   next ^morning,   them   so   much  incbnycniencc,    pliers, In cqse; of pursuit. End  BENEFIT DANCE  For Mr. and Mrs; G. Walker  -. A-  about 6:30 a.m. wc observed but as there was nothing but  Utile Karen Purdy, aged about nothing I could do about It, I  six, staying a,t the next cottage used to shove their letters down  with her parents, prowling between piled up logs on the  around the chicken houses arm* beach, Came a storm, thc lot*  ed with a little home-made bow  and arrows, Wo said, "What's  to do, Karen, at this early time  and place?" sh^ isaid "I'm hunting the boar,'',, "What's your  parents' reaction to the Idea?"'  we asked, ,"Oh, they don't  know, llicy're aslfccp In bed,"  , Wo bought throe goats; a  cougar got ono of thorn Iho very  first niglit,  Tho squirrels woro color  blind, They used tojilQkjjbouL  nine green strawberries, tnku  ���one task! and throw,thorn away  before happening on tho tenth'  ripe one,  . And of course the birds used  to/lake ihc strawberries too, ho  1 mndo a scarecrow, but they  Just perched on It to got n boiler jumping off place, nt,Iho  Btriiwl)��r'rl����," We toyed wild  the jden of making n  Hcnro  of round 1. Fuzzinskls ahead on  points but no actual KO.  Round 2���Wc were Informed  next morning that the Fuzzln*  skis had executed a volte-face,  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD,  iiiiiiiaiiiiii!iii<iiiipiiy��iii)iiiiaiiiiiiiiiiii8iiimii  .Si  LEGION HALL  **,t^*s**��*^^*t^^*^*^'^^*,w^^  SECHELT  FRIDAY, MARCH 26th, 1965  ��� This free reminder of coming events Is a service of  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD. phone Sccholr peninsula  Times direct for free listings, specifying "Dote Pad".  Please note that space is limited ond some advance dotes  may have to wait their turn; also that this is a "reminder"  listing only and cannot always corry full dotollj.  March 24���6 p,m, Annual meeting Roberts Creek Credit  Union, Selma Park Community Hall, All welcome.  March 26���9 p.m. Benefit Dance, Legion Hall) Sechelt,  March 27-T-8 pirn,' Masonic"Hall, RobertsT Crock, be-  Molay Installation of Ken Preiss and Offlcors,  March 27���9 p.m. Hard Timo Dance, Wilson Creek  Community Hall,  March 29���8 p.m, Board Room St. Mary's Hospital, Election of Officers, Sunshine Coast RoolMcrcd Nurses  '        Assn,  March  31���7;00 p.m.,W.I.  Cottage, Gibson*,  Social  ���   ,,   evening and showing of slides,.��� ' "  April' I���2 p.m, Solma Pork Community Hall Election  of offlcors, Old Ago Pensioners Awn, Clunter received, "  Two bedroom  modern  home with  third bedroom in full cement  basement.  Electric heating. In lawn with cement walks.  'Mermaid Street, Sechelt, Full price $14,700  half cash, See Bob Kent,  ,Mf*e��!rtte����isireicfl***  -SECHELT AGENCIES LTD  REALTY and INSURANCE  Wharf Road ���    Phono 885-2161  .,.��.(...,.,m,��.,..... ���(,   (���  4  t' r-'.   ' "*"���;���'������ V


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