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 ftp*' ^X^MrtU^t^^^y^VM^^^^^SJEwtr^irrn^^iM*^*,    5  1. *  -4  ���>   -    ^��� - * ���  Authorized as second class ���, v  "mail   by ,the   Post   Office -_  1 Department, ..Ottawa. 5     "\  7 -��:    -    , ��� '���-    -������>>���   ma hmcp 11 mini mmtih wh sstseai '���      wsranfff ��jcn^   ��|' |jpaq ggjg   w- BpitjMir' v^gdHr   imgldiaitaBa  iriHb  *    ���l"B ^ S"nShi0e C����St' (H��We S��Und t0 jefviS lntet>' ***** Port MejIon^Hopkins Landing, sVonthWs Landing; Gibsons. RobeVts Q^fc  -   m*W Cre6k' Selm�� P��rk> SeChelt' Ho<fmWn Bo>' Seer* Cove, Pender Horbour, Madeira Park, Klemdat^trVinys^nding^EarLCbyerEamont'  Volume 2, No; 3  WJEDNBtJAY)  JAN.  6,   1965   IQc  -JOSEPH Horvath��� was elected chairman to the board  of phool trustees following swearing-in of new and  j-eloctod trustees-at a ceremony, held in the school  board office, Gibsons, Monday, January 4. Mrs. Celia  _Fisher was elected vice-chairmanr,    ~- -  - Members *of\ the school board ; '���^  this   year   include   Mrs.   Ball,  Mr. Horvath, Representing'B��-  v berts Creek. Mrs. Celia Fisher,  Gibsons, ruralc Mrs. M. O. Vo-  len, Gibsons Village; Mr. Leo  Johnson,�� Sechelt,   fi*vs.   Leslie  . Jackson, Sechelt run*' \ and Mr  W. P. Malcolm, P<fd��?r Harbor., ' \ bf  TEACHERS CONVENTION  l     At the meeting held JDecem-  * ber 28, it was disclosed a tea-  - chers' convention, hosted by local  teachers,  will be*- field  in  " Gibsons March 12 and 13."  ~j   The Sechelt Teachers'  Association  has  asked that  school  Children   be   allowed   to   miss  school Friday, March i2 in order that teachers might attend  the convention.^  ���' Teachers" from   Alert   Bay,  Sguamish, Powell River and Se-  '  cte-lt^distribts  will  attend Ihe  dbrtventioq.  1  ?  24-HOUR. JANITOR      ���   -  With   a   view  to  eliminating  the fire hazard and vandalism,  it   was    suggested    a   24-hour.  janitorAservice be instituted- at  .���Elphinstone secondary, Gibsons  Police vehicle  weather vteliin:  OF   THE   many   auto   drivers  who fell- victim ^> ic�� road  , conditions in the Gibsons arda,  no injuries were reported over  Christmas and New- Year but  a head-on collision involving * a  police car resulted in extensive  damage to both vehicles.  Mishap occurred December  30 - on the Port Mellon Road  when a car driven by George  Livinsky of Aldergrove heading  in the direction of Gibsons,  drove onto the left hand lane in  order to pass a grader, resulting-in the collision with the police-ear .which was on it's right  fside-of the highway and heading toward Port -Mellon.  Driver of the police car was  Cons.�� Grabowski   of   the   Gibsons detachment. Neither flriv-  *er was injured.  ROLLED OVER  Norman Egan of Sechelt was  lucky to avoid injury when his  vehicle went out of control  while  going  down the hill  at  i  v  !)  ;���  X  s  \'  I  4  v  i  i  -Atpiujisiuut; ^econaary, uiDSons     wiuie   going   aown  xne  mu   at |  .RQijW^^x^QO^^^di^-iT^-. .^Sf^yniu.Xh&Jauto, left .the %  ,   ,..(  i-ucKy angiers  VISITQJR from Nanaimo, Mr. J. BfXaw, centre, evidently succeeded int showing the local boys how to land  the big ones. Twenty minutes of fishing at Secret Cove  in company with his brother-in-law,, Ben lang, left, and  Ted^Osborne, right, arid ,he had hooked this beautiful  39 lb.i spring. Mr. Law Wasusing herring strip at the  Accreditation  fpr Pender  PENDER   Harbour   Secondary  School    principal    Mrs.    R.  bour   Secondary   schools.   fSis  . will be accqmplfshfid by staggering   hours, of   maintenance  staff.  ARCHITECT ^PPQJNXED  Leo Johnson proposed "tnat  H. J. White be appointed as  architect for the building program involved with, referenda  5 and 6( on which the public  will v6te; January 16.    "     ^  CLOSE   FOR  LUNCH  Closing  of the school  boapd  office  .between   the "hours   of,  12:30 p.m.  and 1:30 p.m.  will  be oh a temporary basis. Lunch  hour has been staggered in the  highway and rolled over a bank  ending upside down in ihe  .ditch.. _..,.���..:;.,.-:,....��� -. ...  h Bender elected  following recount  PERSISTENCY - paid off for  Joe Benner last Wednesday  following his call for^recbunt  of ballots after failihg to wina-  seat on Sechelt .Village Council  by one vqjte in the\recent election. ( ���'...  The' recount was conducted in  Varicouver by County Court  Judge Swencisky who accepted'  the   spoilt   ballots   rejected   at  )  ���Si  I  t  time;W> six ounces of,lead ihey>ere fishing from'the, Flemlns, has S  $35,000 p/crn . .v4  Hotel marina project,  results in delegation  ���i  v  tinue.  TECHNICAL HOLD IJR  Minister   of   Education   has  been  asked  to  make  the  ap��  ' pointment of Mr. Norm Watson,  al ballots gave Bob Kent a to-  tal of 48 votes, L; P. Hanson,  61; J. Benner, 6E;" and Ben  Lang, 138.. '���, , \)  Due to the,absence of Magi-  strate   Andrew   JohniSton   who  vv;  FOIili'OWING announcement of a proposed hotel and  marina on the Gibsons waterfront, in the bay area,  discuss the, situation and to ascertain views of council. '  4;"'i  ,    ]   ��������� ������.������   ,���       ' ��� , '    , ���; ,,.' : ,  ,U wns expinihed tho property    hoped' to operate n rrinrlna and  LTuMn^tuMLTm'   thc ���)0SfJ,b,�� construction *t, .  for a hotel and that In regards   ,,atcr datcof ��� b    k^   t     To  to a liquor Hconco, council had    .-��� "i.i 1- ..'*'���. ,fr."^?.vv.4."  no control In the Rrnntlng of  ��uch licence,  The .sltuntlon regarding a  mariija would depend on the  public hearlnu Rchedulcd to be  held in tint municipal hall, Olb<  sons, January lb 'at 8:30 p.m.  tnl cost of the project would bo  in the region of $350,000,  A previous attempt, by Mr.  Cnrtwrlght aroused a certain  amount of opposition In tho  nroa and ho lold council, his  mlHtake at that time wa,i p(>s��  ajbly duo to tlib fact he filled  minister of education, that the;  school has been granted accreditation, ; This means that, the  school may now recommend deserving students for exemption  from writtng departmental examinations in June,;    1.  ,  as schCK)l representative, blnd^ 'was out oFrown,^theTwearing  Normally    sma,U    secondary , ing. Although a property owner    in  ceremony "was  carried  out  schools do not earn accreditor v in Sechelt, his name was not on    on Monday by yhjpge, Clerk E,  tion unless they are outstand-    the rural voters list,!      !             Raynor.  . ingly goodv..- ������ ���     ���  ���    ������    ��������� ������s������* '-^ ������������ 1_  Accreditation    is    based    on    ytfrirrlK! r\t thnnlra  factors which. Include^ teachers! ! L * U1WIKS �� . ��� ���.v..:._���;.,._:���_rl ���.���:���.,.1���.  7'<iualtficalid��^"'��ch^i\6rgani2:��* ^  tloh and the, previous apndc'mic  record of the, school, _   1  ��� .^t-.. ��r.��,. 1. ->,..�� )**���,)��  election Jan; 13  praise clearing  ���4v>-  RESIDENTS of the Sechelt In-  dlan Rcservo will vote In four  ^V<wse*��MM��$fMtaty^f*rM^^  A munher   of   letters   have "to mention his plans for a ho  been .rc'celve(U)y-.P��unctL*from    '"' "' "' "   roNldcnJs o|)|)OHcd4 Jo tho. pro  posed marina, they were not  road durlnK the' InfU moetlnK  lmt�� were held over to bo eon-  rildercd during the UearlnK,  The hotel and marina propo*  pal was brought before council  nt an uraller mooting by Mr,  IS, Ciutwrtght who ��nld It w��h  lilrtplun lo conHlruqta aO-rbom  hotel which ho felt would prove  an nH��et^to the dlNtrlct. lio ��<l��o  ipLAL.M>��t��timo. ,   < Council. na���A.���whple appeared  to favour a hotel but Coun, S.  'FlndAKor stated ho did not <tp<  prove of the Iqcatlon of the proposed marina,  Little boy, on way to birthday party, to mother: "I'll  thunk Mrn, Chambers Cor tho  parly when, \ get there, Li\nt  year she locked, herself In hor  room before I left." *  COMMISSIONERS of. Gibsons were unanimous'., in their  praisp of works superintendent Fred Jlolland for his  wmi.   endeavours to keep the streets of tho village open dudng  cortneil members and a-chtef    tho rrecePt, hoaVy ,snow falls.  when they go to tho polls Wed,, It was pointed out, ho had spent long hours into tho  January 13, , nights-.supervising crows who worked, ceaselessly battl-  ���4ncumbont'��Chiof-AlfUv��'Aug,p8t��~*jing:a4he"unu  stands opposed by Lloyd Jef-      * in- Sechelt; *muclf has; been accomplished by Roy  orT'n��a!S '&^ta^S&''' ^��^��rson who also spent many hours with his tractor   loin min standing for office   and equipment clearing snow from sidewalks and.roads.  Many residents have requested The Times express a  word of thanlfs to Roy, while others' havo requested an  expression of gratitude for thc way in which tho Dopt.  Highways crew worked all through tho night in order to  keep the highway open,  The Times therefore takes this opportunity to offor  on behalf of grntoful residents, n worcl'of thanks to the  few who gave of their best in tho service of,the public.  M.  ���If  ft v  nro Clarence Joe, Earnest .loe,  Henry Pauls? nnd 6llgert Joe,  Also dp-for election this time  ls-iMelvln Pmd.'  Voting will take, place tn the  council hall from l p,mr ��� t\��-8  p.m,'Thl�� will allow those employed during tho day tho dp.  portunlty to voto,  n  I)  V*  .���,���.���������,..,.���.,��������-,��..    ���..^���,���,,.,,���.^,,,���   ���,,,.,���...,���>..������.,���,���,,��� ���..��� ���,,.,_������...���.  ,^        ���    '���'������jgjjf"1'1' . -t  Eoge 2 The Sechelt Peninsulo Times, Wed.; Jan. 6, 1965  Discuss ways  Published Wednesdays by the  Sechelt   Peninsula   Times   Ltd.,  at  Sechelt, B.C.  CirculatipiTr-MSO-icopies    Classified Advertising-Rates:  3-Line AdBriefs (.15 words)  One'lrreerrfon ---;-J-_-^^_i^.^.-^=-85c  Three insertions ~���"-"*":. / 1.70  _._��� 15c  FOR SALE  ;  WOOD ��� Fireplaces,  heaters,  -eter-^Mdcr, - maple  and ."aome-  INDIAN^tehief|, jndi cojinciUOrs  and., ^ngftie^n ,"^ahd' ^njtefl  Chtirch missKmartes'":- In^h 20  villages in 'northwest" British  Columbia discussed ways of improving life in- their communities at a recent workshop in  Prince Eupert. '  This  was   the   second   Com-  WATER SURVEY  SERVICES  Complete Water System Service  L. C. EMERSON  STUCCOING-PLASTERING  GYPROC JOINT FILLING  CEMENT. WORK.  by  Extra lines (5 words)  ?x ���. r^umBersT^zr.^^:  ^��rz:r25c~extra-  If paid before publication,  a discount of 25c per AdBrief is allowed"; SemNDisplay,    Super^Display;-  ond   Blue  Chip  Display   1.50  per   : inch.   fir. $10 up. Phone 885-9671.  "7803-tfn  FOR   your   Fuller  Bnjsh   Products   contact   Willie   Takah-  "asKi.   Phone. 885-4468.   SecHelt,  B.C.' 7795-tfn  ^4���MONTH   old^trrcolor���male-  Basset hound. Just what <*��� the  -family���seeds���for���^hmtmas���  mjinity. tfiadersmp. Workshop  sppnsOTed-^y^)Le^AiigMeah-^and  United-... Churches in cooperation with the University of B.C.  Extension  Department.  The" role" ofTSmd~counclls Tn~  the n^aaagfiment of Indian affairs,   problems  of  unemploy-  Sechelt 885-9510  Insured Blasting  Phone Sechelt 885-9669  PENINSULA  BUILDING SUPPLY  ���N^SCftOENEWOtF���  _Lflmne 886-2862 ^  " CUNNINGHAM  AMBULANCE SERVICE  '       HALFMOpN BAY  .i&. ������  ment and education, and  con-  siderations for_iiiture jcommuiK.  ity   development  were_among  topics discussed.  Workshop   leaders included^-  , Marjorie   V. 'Smith   and   Mr.  Thomas S. Brown, staff ^f the  UB CExtensioh Department In-v  dian   Leadership   Development;?"  Project; Shirley Arnold, Indian  Affairs Branch;.and A. L. Car-  tier,   adult  education  director.  'The House With A Heort"  E. i. Caldwell." Proprietor  Emergency and non Emergency  calls. "* Special    rates   for    O.A.P.  ^"J  ".     Legal Notices.  17c per count line (5 words) first  885-9981.  77ST4-3  n\.  per uuurii   une  uj   wurasy  Tirsi      _ i ^~.   Insertion,   13c per count line sub-    30    CATERPILLAR,    iWdraulic  seauerit insertions. i��i��j~     *..i ���^   �����-���'--         sequent insertions  Deadlines: Saturday 5 p.m.  ''In the event of a typographical  error advertising goods or services  ct\a wrong price, goods or services  may not be sold and the difference  charged to the newspaper- Advertising is merely an offer to sell,  ond   may   be   withdrawn' at, any  time.".  Advertising is accepted on the condition that, in the event of typo-.  ~graprTica'l error, that portion of the^  odvertisi'ng space occupied by the  erroneous item, together with reasonable allowance for signature,-will  noFBeTcfidrged for, but the balance  of the advertisement will  be. paid  for at the applicable rate.'  A- composition charge is made for  odvejrtising accepted and put info  production,   but   cancelled   before-  pubJication, Change  from original  cop/y  when  proof  is  submitted  to  customer is" afso chargeable at an '  hourly rate for the additional work  .       required. ...;���  Subscription Rates:  .10c per copy, 50c per month (by  carrier); $5.00 per year, in  advance.  Card    of    Thanks,     Engagements,  Deaths, Births, In Memoriam, Coming Events, Etc. Per insertion (up to  40 words) $1^25; extra words, 3c  each. 25c Discount if paid before  .publication..,,^..^  blade, extra set tracks, see  Running / at Solnik's Service.,  886-9662/ 7798-tfn  FRESH kippers at plant. James  Wharf/   Sechelt  9721.  Photfe   885-  7779-tfn  GIRL",    bike,   excellent   condition     English   Raleigh,   suitable to 16 year old. 886-2200  CUT to any specifications,  ���Maple., and Alder S12. per  cord. Fir $14 per cord? For immediate delivery phone 886-  2869 or 883-2403. 780Mfn  The ski pro at a mountain  resort hotel writes that he has  n exclusive-club of skiers who  Tiave" never been:, injured on the  slopes. They are called : :The  Uncrutchables."  FOR  QUICK RESULTS  USE   TIMES   CLASSIFIED  Easier detection . . .  Small TB epidemics  increasingly frequent  REPORTS of small epidemics of tuberculosis are becoming increasingly frequent across Canada. One reason  is that if there-is an epidemic now it is more easily detected than it would have been in* jSay, 1924, '  In  the   days   when  everyone      ���    *  PERSONAL  FOR  membership or\explosive  requirements   contact   F.   J.  W-yngaert, 886-9340. Howe Sound  Farmers Institute.   -     9957-tfn  PLUMBING repairs and installations. Agent for Stilil power  6aws.vTillicum  Plumbing, -Box  316, Sechelt. Phone 885-2055.  9949-tfn  knew someone, with tuberculosis the fact that over a period  of six months half a dozen new  cases appeared in' one district  did not attract much notice.  Nowadays when six cases appear in six months, in a small  town which has not had an. active case that anyone knew of  in three years, it is ,a great  deal more^conspicuoTisl '  Several   of   these "epidemics  WORK WANTED  L  E  not have tuberculosis. H i &  proud boast was that he had  neyer been to a doctor ih his  life.  His failure to visit the. doctor  was expensive both in the time  of his young customers and money of the taxpayers. Twcnty-  njnerof the, youngsters had to  leave school to go into the san-  itorium and their^-^sanitorium  treatment, ^cost approximately  $l/)b,Qp0.   .* ..   '. ������> ���~--t-,:|. '  T h��e?j Tuberculosis Asso'cia'"-*1  tionvs,;,", preycntive program is  meant to- provide the, service  and ^knowledge which would  prevent such ,epideriiics.r When,  a teen-ager now develops tuberculosis, successful treatment  is generally possible. But tha,V  'is not the end of the story.  When a person has had tuber-  "Fields - Lawns - Gardens  ROY BOLDERSON  Box 435 - Sechelt  ������-��� 885-9530 ^   Please  phono  evenings   only  9722-tfn  RUBBER s^��mps~Lcgarsedls,  na'rncplatcs,' prize, ribbons,  gold stamping. At Tho News,  Powell River.  have occurred arf recent years  ���enough, of them to. rrtake the  pattern clear to trained\ obscrJ  vers. ���    '     ���"-���    '\ '*���  They ocur where a person  with advanced disease fs in  "cl6.se and frequent contact with  uninfected   people, . particularly  young   people,    *,,  There was the case, for example, of a man who- kept a    ,TI,VI1 u ,Wi��y(i nas nau luocr-  ,,     small store where tho boys,and    culosis the threat of recurrance  *      girls from the, local fiigh-school'   remains,,, Thc    youngsters    in  -  congregated  to buy their "soft ��� sanatoria today will need perl-  drinks and candy bars and pa,ss   'odic checkups as lohg as they  their-leisure.. Tho   owner  had    live.  hjid a cough for years. Every. EiRhty,f>Mir out of B5 will be  ono in the community knew ��� a��� right; Tho (|Uficu)lv iH lhnl  about It. Some of them may no|)Ody knows which Is iho one  eyen have tried to pcrfiuadc who wm havo a rc^rranco and  him to have;, chest X-ray ivhen nccdfi chccking for-his own wel-  the mass survey unit was in fare as wcll a8 to kcq> hlm  own. But he wo .Id not' rfttend. fronl jnfccUng others.  Ho was one of the self-assured  types who is sure that ho could ��� *x Rome ��f thc ';op^omlcs involve Jess than a dozen pcrsorts,  Some roach nearly 100.   \ll of  2 NEW SUBDIVISIONS  Earls Cove Subdivision ��� adjacent to Earls Cove  feiYy terminal on the'SQhshlne Coast Highway,  Also-LARGE VIEW LOTS    ^  "Jigj^gj^jjj^. ^u^ ��� 10% down ���- easy _tern  ~77'"���r*~orTBalance. "Discount "for cash7 *' T  ���  , FOR SALE BY OWNER  -   O, SLAD^Y ��� Madeira Park, B.C.,  Phono 883-2233 or phono North Vancourpr  98S-4934  them poso a threat, to'the In-  ture. .  The Christmas Seal campaign  gives each of us an ��� opp'orju-  nlty to take a' share in provoi'U-  ing these local disasters,  BETHAL  BAPTIST CHURCH  SECHELT  ..'SERVICES  1#������***fl!rtft4��Ml4B����.������a*"��*  Sunday School -���10 d,m.  Church Serrlcp <���< 1 \ \] J? aitn,  Proyor - We'dnc��doy 7?30 p.m.  PASTOR        '       '  RRV. A. WILLIS  ���'You arc"Invited to oticncl   '  any or each sefvico,  BoxT7 - Secheli, B��,  Scows ���- Logs  SECHELT TOWING  & SALVAGE LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving  & Log Towing f  .    L. HIGGS  Phone 885-4425  The Finest In  FLOWERS  For All Occastions  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  ^HEATING - DOMESHC  COMMERCIAL - INDUSTRIAL  Phone 885-9606  GUN BOAT BAY   (  .���      Floot Ramp ond  v Approach ��� ^  A\Building  Contractor '  ,  Phone 883-2324  Qualified personnel  24 HQUR SERVICE  Phone 885-9927  FIREPLACES  CONCRETE WORK  ROAD CONSTRUCTION  GRAVEL, FILL, SOIL  A. SIMPKiNS - 885-2132  Frank E. Decker  OPTOMETRIST  -     6at "Bloer--. ���~  Gibsons  for. appointment  886-2166  TINGLEYS  HI HEAT  SALES ond SERVICE  for all  your heating  requirements  4 Oil Co.'s Finance Plans  ,     C. E. (Col) Tingley  Box No. 417,Sechelt   [''  885-9636 ��� 885-9332  SWANSON BROS.  Septic Tank* and Drain Fields  Backhoe and Front End  Loader Work  Screened Cement Gravel '  Fill and Rood Graycl  .  Phone 885-9666 ;  Box 172 - Sechelt '  w    H. B7 GORDON &  KENNETT LTD.  Real  Estate and   Insurance  ...Phones!' .,���..���.������ ���  885-2013, 886-2191  SHERIDAN TV."  Sales and Service  RAD|0 ��� APPLIANCES  Phone 885-9605  -  TREE FALLING  TOPPING OR REMOVING  LOWER LIMBS FOR VlEW.  '��� .'���   ���'.���   ���  Injured work from Port Mellon  ,     to Pender Harbour  Phone 886-9946  MARYEN YOLEN  '    Mortgage Money  for New Cqns.tructton..'.,r  or Older Homes  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD,  Sunnycher��t -Shipping  Centre  Gibionj       ,886-2481  POINTING  BUSINESS ��� PERSONAL'  SOCIAL     ���  ���    RUBBER STAMPS  THE TIMES        '  Sunshine Codsf  Gospel Church  ' (Undenominational)  Sunday School 10 d,m,  "'   "Church Se/vice  I l;'l5 a.m. . ���  ..^olrna fork Community HaM  Tho  Anglican Church  OF CANADA  ' ,<cc,i" Kuv- J,,��"^ ��. lJv,riiiiM��n, ��,A��� |,.ih.  iunday, January 10, 1965  St. HILDA'S ��� SECHELT  Morning Prayer ���", 11  g,mi  v      E'GMONT" '        ���  Evonlng Prayop-- 3:00 p,m,  MADEIRA PARK      1 Evening prayer"^ 7:30 p"m��� ;;  !rr*  SJ  -^S.  ��� v.  ^Wifo��S^��>!*il*fliii����IW��tlsWBfe��lP**'l��i��^����  r"���' ��*.i-#ii.*a*i#M*-,*,ni "'JPr ��n rfr*"W*e*��f* ^^ *��� -  ���TV--1--.  ��� *1< \A"r  ���������!V'*SS?#V'''  3   The Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wed*., Jan! 6,1965 Page 3 ��������� ^X'fW  "T^^�����W^^P���**"  ��� ���    I I   IWittk-xontinue&I  OAP.A. annual report  ates active ponp  ELECTED by acclamation, Mx. Wjn. Haley is president  of the Gibsons 01aVAge--Pensioners-Association~fi5r"  1965; fins will be ins-sixth terjn of .office.  Other officers  etected;_Mrs. =��� ���*->   ��� ��� �����,        -  ,Chas. Halstead, iirgt vice-presi-    ,  ,     . ',   ., _ ^ ���   "* ���' '-  dent;  Mr. Geo. #Guld, second   kets of frmt ~and flowers.    '  vice-president;  Mr^. Nora Ha-    pHRISTMAS PARTY^ zl  leyr-secretaryrMr: Eric E Rff=   ~~  THE COMPLEX Cana#an^6rest Product pperation at Port Mellon appears to nave~3TKSaK Mr>Reg Adams   the cSm?f ?arte S  had-^moFA-4han���i4*-fe��iK_cJv��Hvv-��f��� p����,., ��,v4,w ^v,~���^R;^��*���^4^.���^..5If....-.<     �����._     .���;i-,m..,   t  Tm,������i .�� *      me  unrisimas  party  neia  The hjghhght of *he year wa��. J  had-mgr^tan-lt^ir^^r^of^ cemter ��and attended)by41-  black mass m front of Ita'office bjoelTonthe right is the *wniqg which colfcp'seir ANNU  "    pni>T      *        .  ^emfeAMcoSt^^  under the excess weight. Despite ^considerable inconvenience, work Carried ~on_as .S^^a Membership of   dmner was servH:&**���?*��  I  96,   the   past  year  has   been inQ   n,hn AiA ��� ^~^*zU..i~ ���k  quite   busy,   with   10   regular JfCaterine ^    ^V** *z\.  meetings held in tae Kinsmen        caienn8-  Hall and seven executive meet-       This   event  would  not .have  mgs held in members' homes, been possible without tbe trans-  The  Kinsmen  charge  no  rent portabon    provided    by    the  for the use of, the hall by OAPO Chancellor Car Club. The wea-'  which is much appreciated ther conditions were almost im---  The  branch's  annual   birth- possible but the boys majnaged  day party was again a special to transport their  passengers,,  event, with birthday cake, re- x without    mishap.    Such   :help  freshments and a program  Of means  a great deal to Q&Ps,  songs and games who    wish   to   express    their^  Jleld- in Penticton, the June thanks.  convention was attended by Mr.       Gibsons     Branch'    OAPO  Haley,   president   who   is   also Branch No. 38 extends thanks  first vice-president of the  pro- to   all   the   willing,. helpers   at  .vincial board ani* Mrs;* Haleyp each;- meeting ^hU^pauses ^ tol  as Delegate for Brapch 38. pay   respect  to  members: lost.  Members    of   the    Gibsons during the year.  Branch    were    joined    by   10*' ��� "'        '..-.     ;  .   .���'  1  members from the Horseshoe  Bay Branch for the ;July picnic  trip to Paradise Valley. Other ,���  OAPO branches visited tbe Bet  ninsula^and were met by the  president and executive^ Ten  members attended the golden J  Age Day at the PNE which  was  enjoyel  despite. the raip.  The only, fund raising efforts "\  were the one large jraffl'e, held ."  during the summer, plus small-  \ er ones held at meetings. "The  J Sunshine   convener   -was?   kept  busy sending birthday,, get well^  *.    .1-, Snow picture frame .,.-,-  LARGE piles of snow turned an <very day sight into a picturesque ^winter scene at   and sympathy cards, also basr  Port Mellon where this small freighter identified only:as theiBirkenstem takes on- "        *  a cargo.of pulp products?     ' * "        '  John, Hind-Smith  Refrigeration  PORT MELLON  TO PENDER HARBOUR  Phone 886-2231  from 9o.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Res. 886-9949  Sunshine Coast  MANY newcomers to the Sunshine Coast who have been  ., ��� told "Oh np, we jget no snow here,M have been somewhat puzzled during, the last couple of weeks with the  lar^o amount\of whUe stuff blanketing the area, As nrtay<  be seen by -this rttw''^'cottage^*::;f|6^;;MeUoh''t��ertatilitly  ,had Its share,   '   ....i^l,.   *y...  .       '���'     %���  l  1_  ���I  '.- ���!  ��� b-  ���fe"  t   ���  i   ���  ���     %     '  !>  .     i��  ���       0  9  ?i    ...  ��� &  1-  J*  P  4 ������  " I ��� .  ������������'-f   r  ������- '��� '4.  %  -# ���  ! '������ ���'  i  n  .*: ���;���  (.T  h  r�� in��4^Mrj9j)�� W ��-����(����bw*ss����w*! | >  TWILIGHT THEATRE  1 Glbiont ��� Phono 686-2827  1 ���������'''{*���'��� evening shows; ,8,R.nv     ���  Chlldron's Matlnco, .Sqturday, 2:30 p.m.  ,'also  DOUBLE BILL  January 7,, 8, 9,  MAII;*ORPER* BRID^t  WHW��BIM��( f ��*Hlf4*^*jn*Ki*<*sW9lTOI��l(*Wl>pS*l*��H�� 1  Buddy Ebson, Barbara Luna  "," CQlour';'" ,'  BIRP MAN OF ALCATRAZ  *     Burl Lancaster'  NOTE��� NEW TIME?   ...    Doors ot,7;00ijhQW ot7;30   .  Twlllohl Thcotro vylll have showi dn Thursday, Friday, Soturdoy  ,   ,    and Saturday motlnoo only for Jonwory,  Saturday Moilnop showtlrrio romalns 2i30 p,m,  ,,,,,.  rt*  -^:  iCHELTWR SERVICES  PORPOflSE BAY   (Sechelt)  B.fel  1     ' ' ' "1  Air Charter M Afccralt MaSntetiaiiaGfe    .  -r  Fishing  i&u*wu��Wfi  Hunting  Freight  Air'Taxi"  tuntsatWissir^ttS.***! M **W��ovM|if**��B��JW��;*t**-��H;Mt.w  ������ Contract Flying  Sightseeing Tours  timber Cruising  Air Ambulance  ��� v  V  .', , ��� ���  ���    i'|J   .   1  PHONE SECHELT SSS-fS^O AND BOOK FLIGHT  <c>  :J  ��,' 1  1  :��  (  !���  W  1   1  ,1,1  f******* ;,\v  iv>  �����*a/f-o ��� -   !*���  &cheijPentnsula^��cja.  7 may be wrong, but I shall not be so wrong as to fail to say Wiqi tbetiev&'"tb^tte right."���John Atkjns  ...��������������� ��������� ."'"  ^'T' ''.'"-'-i-���        *    " *  _ ��� ������������ "���'    , Wednesday, January .6", 1965  -:��**��i.V.'.  ���W{~il.,l     '  Think Big   T�� Prosperity  ?  ^ENlNG-oMhe^neA^St^Mary^JaospitalJ  Sechelt marked a major advance as 1964  drew to adose and as we enter the new year other  important projects," presently in the (discussion  stage, have every prospect of achieving reality in  the not too distant future.  Foremost on the itinerary is the proposed  breakwater which appears to have every hope-of-  early approval. This in itself could well set off a  whole chain of subsidiary projects of consider-  ableadvantaggjojheju^a.      _   in_tourJsm  njdsitors-irom-iai  is at a low ebb.  These and other projects are under considera-  ���      AreCars  Necessary?  (Vernon News)  SOME day somebady is going  to discover a method of living  without* ah automobile. And  then the wliole economic sys-  tern vtfll ,he in peril.  ;In America/ and presumably Canada, there is a car for  every two people." Two-car fa-  jrnilies are commonplace and  three-car families are not un-  Jabberwocky -  \��� ���Lewis Carroll  Twas brillig, and-the slithy*  toves     ' "^ ^  Did gyre and gimble in the  ���wabe:  All mimsy were the borogoves,  And the mome raths outgrabe.  "Beware the Jabberwock, my     \  son!.      .  The jaws" that bite, the claws'   :  {hat catch! .,-���"���  Beware'the Jubjub bird, and,  tion, some imminent, others for later materialization, some we may never see. All, however, are  the direct result of progressive thinking by individuals who wish to see the district grow and  and, it is fairly obvious we do have  heard at;.rPossessing an auto���,   shun ~^  mobile is so important'lf's' the' The frumious Bandershatchl"  first4hing-a-^youn|^fellow-buys-  prosper  quite  Council of Sechelt is presently negotiating  wiflrthe provincial governmenrfor a large tracTof"  property which "ft is hoped may be. utilized as a  community golf course. Plans are in fact in process of preparation for presentation to Victoria.  Another group is actively considering the  possibilities of a curling rink, an imaginative idea  which- would go a long way toward establishing  the district as a going concern. It would also bring  a number of such people snong us, despite the  sorry rejection of the Porpoise Bay park project.  Practically every big business in existence  has prospered lhrougrr^e^lative~uivestment,  others either fold up or continue on an almost  when he gets a job-and the He took his vorpal sword in  last thing an old man relinqui-,    h?nd'  she? before he is led off to the Long time the manxbme foe  old people's home. he sought��� "*��  -^mebody^has-prQbably-fig. So rested,he by the Tumtum  ured out how much the aver-     tree'  age man spends on a car every And stood awhile in thought,  year. .Including  payments, in- And as Ln uffish faM&i he  -terest, "depreciation,   gas,   =^~  re-  pairs, accessories, parking, tra  stood,  day to day basis because of the "we can't afford  it" outlook. An attitude, which only too often impedes the potential growth of a community; The  hospital has proved what can be accomplished  with determination and initiative, it is to'be hoped  such initiative will be.allowed to flourish throughout the doming year. A little more-positive thinks  ing and there is no doubt we shall prosper.  ffic fines, insurance-and" 101  other expenses connected with  a car, it must be about 25 per  cent of one's salary���about as  .VThe -J abbcrwock,-with eyes of :  flame,  Came whiffling through the  tulgey wood,  much as one spends on nous- And burbled as it came!  ing or food. '  And what  are the  advanta  One. two! One, two! And  through and through  ges one _deriyes_from ^owning a_ The vorpal-blade-went-snicker-  car?  snack!  Put Up Or Shut Up  .���"....i  GARRULOUS attacks have been launched re-  -    cently by a certain element who appear to  have: taken eraeptibh to the  lor' has received a great deal of publicity in the  ��� press. . '   -t���^������-�� ,   .    &��� ^  A fact overlooked by these people is, that  some councils have the odd dummy who sits back  and says nothing, other than to occasionally lift  his haM m"Sgleem^  cil has amember who by virtue of ability or enthusiasm, has more to say than his colleagues.  It is therefore obvious that this is the man  who leaves himself open to the most publicity  whether good or adverse. This simple fact applies  everywhere and is even more evident in the city  newspapers. A little closer perusal by the groan-  Of Many firings . .��  ���    . \ . ,^.;'^%..\           by Ambrose Hills  EVEN THE BEST OF US ARE BUMS  WHENa-man dares to contemplate his^own personal  -iniquities, even dining^times when he is not at his  worst, he gets scared for the future of the world. The  saints used'tto ask to be freeirom iniquity for a single  day; bufmost of themagreed that��ven an hour or two  perfection was hard to attain.^,^..;>,-.,..  Perhaps,it is "true that .wfe-Wei gradually evolving,  and as the centuries^ roll by and grind and turn uS, men  will reach somethipg closer to "perfection. Meanwhile,  f fear; even thebest of -us' are a prettypunk Jot.  V I have no faith in the reform of man through social  orders.: We make a mistake if we think that this political  party or that one-is going to nrcrshape ..society and "legis-  late us into charitable, highly moral chiwihs. Further,  those who think'well enough ,6f themselves, to try it  are either complete hypocrites or they've npver "engagqd  in any serious self-examination,  Thc best that society can do for ,us is provide the  freedom to improve," and leave our charity and other'  moral qualities ,in the hands of our Creator. <  I've been listening to political speeches, from the  USA. Thcy.arc much like the ones we.have been getting  in Canada, ^ They arc leading people to believe that  governments"can bestow all sorts of blcsstog*. Governments can do no such thing, nevcr-h'^, and never will.  Each man has his own struggle, and the' sooner he  stops looking to governments or otners to win. it'for  him, thc better; What he needs most is freedom and opportunity to make his stand and fight his assigned  rounds without detracting from the freedom of others  to do the same thing,, .,;," ,7":'.:,;; 'l^'.:'1':."'.'"  One fine day the people will insist that govcrn-  m<yitn get back to the job of governing and give up  trying to play God to the populace! ,,.,'.  ers would quickly reveal, for instance, that with  the exception of two or three, most of the aldermen of Vancouver are u^  circle of acquaintances.  Naturally the talkers are not necessarily the  best or most competent, ihey. do-however, get the  ball rolling, and often help to bring out into the  open matters of vital public interest which would  otherwisegetconveniently "swept*under the pVo^  verbial carpet.   -..���..  Many communities are unfortunately governed by a council of "yes men/' a group of dummies who happily go through the motions of carrying out the duties for which they were elected,  by unanimously accepting <djuf simplest solution  with a minimum of discussion^ We are fortunate  in this respect in that both councils have members capable of acting as individuals.  We are less Xortunate in that we have a  small group who.through boredom and lack of  worthwhile activity^ have little else to do other  than seek means of rabble raising. Significantly  enough, these same people" are notoriously, absent when h comes to contributing constructively  to the wellrbeing of the community. Which all  comes back to the old cliche "put up of shut up;"  . to the early days of the auto- He left it dead, and with its  mobile, it was the joy of being     head  able to go wherever one pleased. Today the advantages are  apt to be less noticeable.  'Many "peoplenowadays" need  He went galumphing back.  "And hast thou slanT the  l,:,,Jabbe.nv.ock??.   , v^ .  a  car to keep even with  the Come ��o my arntsmy beamish  game.  It gejts them to work     DOv! ,  every day, it takes their wives O frabjous day! Callooh,  arotmd to-thehr xtab meetings,     Callay!"  it brings their kiddies in from He chortled if? his joy.  the ��� suburbs.  The actual  ptea-  ';surercl6raeete<r' with" ''owning"  car   has   almost< disappea  with the modern traffic jam,  and in its place is a big invest-  Tnent made  necessary   almost ?AH mimsy were the borogroves,  entirely by the heed of getting And the mome raths outgrabe.  from, here to there. '  Twas brillig, and the sliihy  loves  Did gyre and gimble in the  wabe:  99  as 4|notet|  .'t^����i^W^^*iMW,��wM��i*%f*#,''i!*iWt��#Mf^BW  .., food for thought  l*>.  o Perhaps nobody hns. changed the course of history  as much ns.ihu hlMorinns,      ,       '���-Fninklln J*. Jones"  1 hate horjiCs���lhey arc unc'omfoitahlo in the middle  and dangerous at both ends. ��� Christopher Stone  """The farlhc>'",hjTcfWnf'''ymi"'clt'K''Mook"ri'lic farther  forward you nrc likely to sec;        ���Winston Churchill  ���';\r|Byecoratibii'r maintenance arid; igeheral  clean-up,,done around your home or, plage of  business. 'You'll find it pays big dividends in  comfort, convenience and economy to have it  done in iwinteif^^ien men and materials are  more Teadily availaoie. Jobs Tcceive better- atten-  tion since skilled tradesmen can deybte more  care and time to them than in the spring and  summer when they are vbusy ,jon larger jobs;  Often, it's more cconomiciir to have work done  , during the offrseason lull since many firms offer ^special discounts, to increase winter business. And during the v slack months, there are  fewer delays in ^delivery of materials, too; Yes,  winter works has much to recommend it. Remember, in addition to helping yourqlf, you'll  be helping to increase winte^ employment' in  your comrriunity' when you Do' It''Now"   '  Mfimiito Messages  "Most people^, are , bothered by  those passages* of Scripture they  do not understand;, but . . . the,  ���passages fhai bother me are those  I do understand". ��� Mark Twain  WAY OF SALVATIQN ....���{.......  "Redeeming the! time, because the dnys nrc evil,"  January r"cmirids us of n new year���and a new year  rc|iactcd, a year thai much closer to the coming  of the ,!,ord, first to rwlccm those who have put their  trust In Him, and then lo pour out Hl�� wrath upon those  who. have rejected His way of 'milvntlon,    ',,  As^wc sec Immorality and delinquency on tho. Jn-  crcusc and' great world strife, surely it'liliould make us  consider tho words pf Jesus In Malt. 24:37-S Ir "Iltil as  ihc tliiys of Noo were, so shall also the cofiilng of' the  '.Son of Mim'bc 7T,*"' ' '"""��� " '" ['���',"'"""' <",' ���"'  -Rcy. Waller. S, Ackroyd, Pender I larhour Viibcrnnclp  Many; people don^-realize it  but ..the automobile has become  a millstone ardund the neck of  me average/ man, and the  country's economy.  Canada For  Canadians  (Lacombe Gloobe)  KEEPING'the province of Quebec within the framework of  confederation: is a problem receiving more,attention from the-;  government at Ottawa.  Hon., Mitchell,Sharp,   minister of trade arid commerce, had  this to say at a recent meeting  in Toronto it's too bad it wasn't,,  pri Montreal);        .;"','      ,, ���,.,,.,,  /'The French-speaking people  of Canada arc strongly asserting their right to develop their  society without our nation,  Throughout our history most of  them, and in particular those  living in the province of Quebec, have had their own hm-  guagc, tholr own churches,  their own Institutions of l.carn.  Ing, their own code of law,  They can and intend to maintain their cultural identity ��nd,  In my view, Canada w,ill be  tho richer for It,       , .*  ;, "The Canadian jrtatioh has  lasted and flourished nearly a  hundred years���against, great  odds, After Another- hundred,  years it will still bo young and  vigorous, But I don't think wo  can continue as a unitwl nation  morely by wishing. Wo' must  w6rk at It, Every Canadian,  now or,old, nuist nddrosa him.  self to tho problem pf nntlpnal  unity, , "  .'"Thlfl.is not so much! n mat-  *t��rs-of-lojjal -and-constitutional  rlfihtH as It In of tho flplrlt of  our union, We muf>t make a  consclouH effort to promote mutual undcrstnndlnK and trust  nmon�� thooo of differing cultur-  n,l b��ckKroiinds , , , Wc must  go forward In tho Inillof���  iwhlch I have no doubt Is Just-  iflccl-thnt 'tho ovcfwholmlng  majority of Onnadlninii wish to  |x Cnnmllnns," '        :- "  Homely Truths  A hearl that is willing makes  Fight of work, '  Reluctant, then trifling duties  will irk. ���     > '   ,  To get gold some will scheme,  evil methods devise; .    \,  The day's honest stint is the  way of the wise.  Appetite is obedient where  , reason Jules,  But when it!s master, exploits  many fools, ,  ,.���.. <���. ���'���.'���      ,  Great wealth is a phantom, a,  seldom-gained prize;  Depend on yourself, Lady Luck  smiles, with lies. -  Be frugal when young, of. your  wages take care, "���';" "'������"���".  To ensure for old age a stout  ; easy chair.,   ���;,  ��� Idle, rumours and gossip      "    '  should never be loosed  For, like /the chickens, Jjicy'll  come horno to 'roost.  It is known, like, a wasp falsehood carries stings; !  Be on giiafd lest your tongue  titter untruthful things;  s ���    ,  Thc Blind, seeing no color, by  his worth judge thc man;  tvyould he well if the Sighted  would make this their plan.'  A word to the wise Is sufficient,  :;,:Jhey*��yr,.v;;;::,':l::r ���.',::.:';.''.:;:.;;:':  Consider tomorrow, but waste  not today.       ,    ���    '  . * *i i��  ��� \i Published Wednesdays  at Sechelt  ��� on B.C.'a Sunshine Const  Sechelt Peninsula Times Ud,  Box 381 - Sechelt, B.C,  Swing thc area from  Port Melhn to figmont  , Uiowp Sound to Jerybf Inlet}  Doughs Q, Wheeler, Kdltor  S. ft, Aisgard,l>uht(xher  Subscription! Hates;  (In advance) ^  1 Year. S3 - 2 Years; $J>      3 Years $13  U,S, nnd Forcljtn ^.50 ;v��*RSsn2S^fe^^gsa^  ^UUliitfi^  5J ?* ��**&?*!$** "<"r��'t'  i^^^SS^^tBi*^  i^  Sechelt social noTes  the Arbutus Rebekah Lodge.       Tne Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wed., Jan. 6, 1965 Page 5  ���With Your Neighbours  A FEW hardy" souls braved the elements and came up  for Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Norman. Taylor^entertained,  Mr., and Mrs. Henry Draper "and daughter Patsy of  Vancouver. At the Northcote home were Mr. and Mrs.  L. Slaney and daughter Pat of West Vancouver, also son  ' Kenneth Northcote with his wife Shirley from Vancouver.  Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Shaw of ��� ; __,��� -  Silver Sands with friend Maur-    Mrs    winnie  shaw   with   hus.  ice Dean from Vancouver-,���vis-  ited the Hay ward  home.  The  Stone's of Secret Cove had a  -busy���time, and" visiting Mrs.  Alice Amelia French were  Commander 'Del Irvine of Victoria and Steven Caron of Lad-'  ner.  ^\ter-and���Wrsr-Frcd-HOlla  band Alf, also Mr. C. G. Robinson, all of Vancouver. Christ-  Vaiicouver visited Mrs. Teresa  Mulligan and Mr and Mrs. O.  Korgen, Mrs. ���Korgerv Mrs.  Mulligan and Mrs Holland are  sisters.    mas dinner was fheld at the  Maynes, Christmas tree celeb-  ration at the home of Mr. and  Mrs.   Phil .Gross ^nd   Supper  ,��a^-^se^v-ed-at-ttse--hsme-0f���Mr^  and Mrs. Laurie Evans.  Friends will be pleased to  know that Mrs. Bill Allan is  still thinking of us, as many  cards _were^received at Christv  LOST CAUS��S  A < beautiful colored bird  found its way to our porch en  Christmas Day;  we phoned as  f round trying to locate the owner and Mr. Fred Holland of  Vancouver who is a bird fancier  spent some time trying to catch  it. Eventually Mrs. Eldred, who  had sold, the bird as a Christmas present came over. The  Eldreds spent most of the day  ���trying���to���catch it,  but* to no~  avail. It was such a beautiful  bird and death is _so_pexman^  their^ small ^sons,   Stevie   and . Venning,- their'-house, guest, Jo  RTome,    from    Victoria;    Ron  Jones and his wife Patti, Ron;  and  Dorothy   Deane   and   the  Fred Aliens. .  Mitchell to Vancouver for the  New Year holiday.  Fred and Joyce Allen, from  the Secret Cove Marine Service,   journeyed ^ to   Princeton  ",  'for Christmas and1 reported a ,.,"'                .    .  good trip.             -         >    * ... If there were^any justice  Gathering  with the JTrancis "> tnis ?orld> P<r��Plg would oe'  Stones to welcome in the New casionally be permitted to fly  JYear-Jwere���Mr-.-and���Mr&r-Guy���over-^pigeons; :���  Spending, the Christmas, Vacation wt.th- the Rev. and Mrs.  S. Cassels were -Mr .and Mrs.  J. Wiebe and family of Pfen-  ticton���iliffrs. AViebe is a daughter of .the Cassels. >i i  .���7~ Guests   .staying   ^vith    t-jie��  ays included Jsick Mayne's sis--  ters Mrs. Mary J. Evans and.  mas���too bad she had to move-  ta   Vanqouver���she   is   greatly  missed.  :Mrs. Dave Ross* of Gibsons,  Ayho. recently celebrated /her  golden wedding anniversary, is  presently in St. Mary's Hospit-  -^1^���We-hopei^she-r will-soon -be  well as she is a wonderful person and a valued member of  ent; we, spent a sleepless  night thinking of the,poor creature-freezing to death.  Thanks to the RCMP officer  who helped our neighbour who  had^ slipped on the icy road at  Selma- Park, sustaining a broken armL~ The9officer took our  friend* to hospital and saw him  home afterwards/ which was  -greatly������appreciated.      ��� . -  SECRET COVE  The Norm Hoffar home, was  a bright picture with many  lovely decorations and pretty  bghts.  The Al Laakso's had a brightly-lit -tree-out -of-doors- which"  could   be  seen   some  distance  out into the Straits. They took  THANKS VOTERS  Although by a small margin, recount- of ballots from the  ���tecen^-clectiotv-hos-now-gtven-flte-o-seot-on-Vtllage Commission���  of Sechelt.  That the electorate should give me their support to" this  extent is very gratifying ond jn return it is my sincere intention  to justify the confidence shown me.  .During the coming months I hope to use my knowledge  of community.affairs to bring about whatever changes are possible to the betterment of the district, and pledge myself to  fight what I honestly consider to be right.  May I take this opportunity to express my thanks'to all  who gave me their support.  Joseph Benner  ew6 CM,  lews  of your business leaders  Wilson Creek  Dealers for P.M. Canadien - McCulloch -  Homclife- Pioneer ohd Stihl Chain Saws.  COtyPbETE STJXkW ALL MODELS  Parts and Repair Service  Telephone-885-2228  WfMttme+mmMmmmmm  J  Television Sales & Service [  LIABLE ��� PROMPT I  Richier's T.V. & Radio lid.  l<Sechelt, B.C. Phone 885-9777  r  i |  iewltz  Shell Oil Distributor  OF ALL YOUR  PLUMBING  NEEDS  IN  STOCK  iGARDS���--,-.-  SHOE STORE  T*V t; *1 �� �� -��* * v   t,f ) *  Sechelt, B.C. - Ph. 885-9519  YOUR FAMILY STORE  STYLE SERVICE AND QUALITY  rtmmmrmmmmmmmmmmmmm  \~  .?*t-  r  GIBSONS RESIDENTS  Calls now taken Jor*Ad��briffs  one/' Messages for The Times  at   the   Com   Dry   Cleaners,  Sunnycresr Plaza        Phone 886-2231  mmmmfmmmmwm  Stock of  SHERWBN WILLIAMS  QuaK-Tone Paints  EXTERIOR - INTERIOR' - AND ACCESSORIES  Brushes - Paint Rollers - Thinners - Sandpaper  ���*iy \  /���'W i  I  i  Peninsula Plumbing lid.  Phone 886-9533  -  Gibsons, B.C.   !  PENINSULA PLUMBING  LIMITED  Heating ft Siippl ies  ^Super Kemfone  Sherwin William Paints  Phone 886-9533  '^mmm^Jmrn'mm mmLmmm *, Jmmm'mmm ,-4  *#j&t,?M��Wt$ttti liOKfttWiSB #*ittj f*s  FURNITURE AND PAINT  STORE    ���        ��������� i  New chesterfield suites \  ne\v and msed everything  ���i �����  COME IN AND BROWSE  SECHELT  r   Phono 885-2058  INTERIOR & EXTERIOR'.,!���.,  IliliwiolG!  i    '  New FALL FASHIONS arriving daily 1  * BEAUTIFUL HOLLAND SUEDES  # BORG LINED '/a and */a CAR; COATS ?  * DOUBLE KNIT SUITS, JUMPERS AND  BLOUSES    y  PENDER HARBOUR HOTEL  Coffee  Shop; and  Dining,  Room  Open  7 om-tl'pm  Sunday ,'.,  8 am-8 pm  f ~^^v��!B��K��iB15>WW>iltW*araWS**B*ii ff tl��i'B��)��illl<W.v/) !w��*S*M��t*J5WW"��B��* ^ ii**S*l*'kfe��fii��fl,-  elene 3  I  I.  I  1  I  J  u  "p  p  i  1  '-y  s'l  ' 9  '4  ���K*  0  I  J.  T  1  I  ���-���?>���-  'p  s>  &.  ���I-  I  i:  Ion  Tf  Conveniently located across from'  Ken's Golden Dollar Storo  Phono 886-9941 - Gibsons  I- !  Our Own Chinese  Food Available  Tuesday thru, Saturday  5 p^iii.-ll p.m.  Phono 883-2377  n  ���V  ��*^.'*.T:tin''^'-t-^^^rt^��*,.B.f��p.rH*~-����,U��..����.,,^,.,,,,, ,��,.w��,^��,���,,  n  i 1
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IT-HAS been suggested that we write a column, emanating from "WilsonJCreek- This is difficult to accomplish
as people of this rustle setting are so well behaved. No
one'ever does anything outrageous, so news about them
could be a bit stnffy. —	
Hcrwever things -do { happen
around our end. The other day
a gentleman driver tried conclusions ?rith a "telephone pole,
caromed across the road and
ended up behind the eight hall
backwards, in the opposite
ditch. The local eonstabulary
arrived    and" placed   him   in
1    ■
''durance rile.""
- : 3Irs. ?»ewham spent j a few
day$ before Christmas in hospital. I -with suspected concussion.
She! had been cra-Hrlhigj around
-among  the rafters- in her   at-
the slough! to drink iL Fished
-with nets under the ice, in it,
and tried to get the family
buzzwagon to start in it, "with"
. temperatures generally well below zero, for 5ix months. of the
year, for 31 years. We do not
want part nor lot of any snow.
But now:—:.
Another white mantle has come
in the night,
The fir trees are covered, the
car's out=of sighL
Another six inches, dear Lord.
that's enough.
The Sechelt Peninsula Times, jWed., Jan
In Ydur Garden
6, 1965 Page 6
LET'S take a look at our
doing this we can cor
but only if we recognize
the mistakes-we
as. such
tic -and collided her head with —For only Thou knowest, how 1
one of them. Snehad our deepest j sympathy because| while
one iwonders why she crawled
around among _raIterS-f-not a
good_place to spend "one's time
—nevertheless she had the best
of ^reasons—looking for the
Christmas lights. Judging by
Ber beautiful display at Christ-"
iass, she must have found
them. -. *
*7KTiat a people we are|on the
Sunshine Coast—who ever
thought that name up. "We
cheerfully teD ourselves, it
hardly" freezes here, leave our
*aler pipes improperly protected, then raise indignant lamentations when they freeze. ■
As! for snow; it is tooj tender
a subject, just now. later we
will say, we have never fseen it
on the coast. |
SHE" wrote 1 that: about the
snow, and "Them's my| sentiments exactly," says HE. Having lived in -and battled with
it—hauled cattle feed and wheat
ia 51-—cbrxren ,said cattle^ cait "onto
hate the darned stuff.
"We noticed Messrs. Betts and
Gilbertson doing " some sturdy
shovelling; to get the Betts bus
-onto1 the highway.^ Sorry we
could not help them—had a
heavy job of snow . shovelling,
ourselves. -
New "Year's Eve sounded
pretty quiet up our end. Not so
much traffic as usual. Could it
be'that people chickened out,
on account of inbre predicted
snow. "We i certainly . did, but
when old age has arrived,
.there is not the same compelling urge to go out "and. get high
at some dance and kiss all the
women at! midnight; though
mind you. there are lots of
good lookers around "Wilson
Creek. ' "    •
Ski slope
SCHOOL Road, Gibsons provided plenty of .fun for toboggan owners during the Christmas holidays; but only
children and quadrupeds  really  appreciated  this  rare...
events"     -    -r - .
Notes from Pender
CONGRATULATIONS are in order for; the wonderful
job accomplished by the Pender Harbour Highways
Dept road crew. Side roads as well as main roads were
kept open and it is impossible to guess when these men
found time to rest.       - -     \—- r-	
My apartment is soundproof
and fireproof. It has to be fireproof because if there wis ever a fire and you had lo yell
for: help! ^nobody "would hear
yon; ; "
Mechanical &i Electrical Repairs
Garden Bay, B.C.    | |. Phone 883-2366
Overnight snow falls were
-cleared in time for the morning
-• traffic and it can be safely said
that the work thev have done
has not been excelled on the
Peninsula or" even the lower
The Times correspondent has
received .-many telephone calls /
"expressing a'dmiration for the*
Pender Harbour work crew.
The area covered by this crew?
"extends from the bottom of
Halfihopn Bay- hill to Earl's
CoveJ/LaMng in the ; Egmont
areaj^and their equipment' is
limited to two trucks, one snow
p ow,f one grader and-a. small
bulldozer. /
i< .    f   -     - m .;   "
The men to whom we owe
such thanks -are the foreman
Mr. Dave^ Pollack, and his
crew.: Win. Donley. Fred Donley,   Roy   Fenn,   Robert   Bain,   ■
Harold Sandford and Dave Pollack Jr. -
Madeira Park post office will
be subject to 5a change of hours
after mid January. The postmaster,^ R. J.rChrichton will announce "the new . schedule next
week.     '■        r? . :
Goldestf Hay
5 above;zero
WM. YOUNGSON"olf Sechelt reports the follpwihg precipitation for the mbnth^of December. 1964: "K;-.
Precipitation — Rain. 2.07";
snow, 2.55";  total. 4.G2."
Coldest days were—pecem-
ber, 5 above zero; December
16,  10 above zero.
Film viewing class
near end of season
ATTENTION of all members of
the Sechelt Film JViewing
Class is drawn ta the four final
Film Board programs of the
season. Showings are as usual
in the Activity Room of the Sechelt Elementary School oh the
Thursday, January 7 and 21 and
February 4 and 18, 8.00 p.m.
There is every indication that
the remaining selection of films
will be as exciting and interesting as the ones shown in the
preceding, seven' programs.
Films as "Background to Latin America" (1963); "Trans
Canada Journey" (1962); "Ral-
lye des Neiges" (-Montreal car
Rallye, 1962); "Ah Enduring
Tradition" (The Story of the
Royal Canadian Navy in \yar
and Peace); "The Stratford
Adventure" are bound to satisfy anybody. Every performance,
will be concluded with a part
of the "Comparisons" series
(1963(J, which attempts to compare Canadian conditions with
similar ones abroad.
A special membership can be
taken out for only $.75 per person for all four programs at
the door.
Further information: Mr. or
Mrs II Iiarendrojjl. phone £85-
Did   the   lawh  stay  green  or
was   it  off   color   most  of  the
time?   There  is  no  shortcut to
[having  a   healthy,   green  lawn.
A program of feeding must be
{carried out, roughly, like a top
jdressing with screened compost ■
mixed with a icomplete fertilizer in the Spring. A light" appli,-
jcation  of Sulphate  of Amnion-
tki   in   the   Summer   and   Bone
5Meal   in   the   Fall.   Of   course,
jit  should  be  keen to  that the
iturf   is   not   impacted   and   all
matted, dead grass removed so
jthat air and sun can penetrate.
^Keeping the grjass in a healthy
condition  will istop  crab  grass
-and  weeds  frojm  getting start-
Jed. !
'V       ' !
i-  The   annual iflowers   did   not
do so well this | year but I think
we can blame the weather. An- •
huals require lots of sun and
warm   nights  that  we  did   not
get.   Given   a   decent   Summer
next   year   we   should   have   a
good showing of annuals if we
plant them where they get lots
of, sun  and
make  thefil
is the ode
not   apply
and Balsa
'Did   the'
seem  to
was _  profc
go to seed
for   as
dead flowers
as soon as
seed   it
er  production
plot I find
atoes  did
root crops
By The Old Rake
in retrospect. Ely
pincV them
branch out
one  that this
to   such   as
. If perennials are getting
j large and ;he flowers becoming
| smaller, i. is time to divide
|them. Heaths and Heathers that
;are becoming large and woody
|can be prppogated by puttings
I or layers.
Pansies   and
over too sbon?
ably     because
s   were   allowed  Jo
To keep the
must be rejmoved
a plant stars to set
eases up on
back at the vegetab
that corn and tonji
not do. so  well  but
were excellent. The
possible   the
B.rassicas were also good although slug and cutworms played havoc with them. Put put
bait this Winter- in " an effort
to control them next year.
Here's hoping next summer
will be a better one for gardening.
The trailer court will accommodate up to 32 vehicles and
will have cable television, telephones 'and a service house'fo*
washing and laundry• facilities.
Last week, council heard
fr,om two more parties interested in construction of trailer
courts. Their requests will1 go
through the same channels as
Long's. :'
... By the time a couple can
afford to .go out evenings, they
can't leave the grandchildren
alone. ,
M»tor Ptoh
Ph.  885-2111   - Ted   Farewell
j" i v
Details for these referenda a >pear in this newspaper. In the'meantime,
any trustee or the school board office will gladly answer any specific queries.
Secrelt, and Pender Harbour
the board will explain the referenda and
will also be held at Longdate elementary
discuss the futuie school building program
Other meetings can be arranged on request.
Public meetings are planned in the Gibsons,
areas, at which representatives of
answer any questions. A meeting
school on Thursday, January 14, H
in the Langdale-Port Mellon area.
The Board
of School Trustee's
School District 46 (Sechelr)
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^3.~.iC'^%^^^y'$C^&^^W^^W^0^^^m^7 Page 8 The Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wed., Jan. 6, 1965  Secondary Industry  from box of herring  WHAT SORT of future has Sechelt? According to negative thinkers none at all, and if we, were all that way  inclined they would be quite' right. There are; however,  many who feel otherwise and some who set out to prove  secondary iSdustries have as much chance here of succeeding as elsewhere. :   To name but a 'few, we have  a   busy  shake  mill  at  Wilson.  . Creek, a growing boat yard at  -Eender-^Har-bourT-slated-for���Se=  chelt on completion of a breakwater, and right, at home,, lit-  Tfle3a^pe^s^a^��^Kn6\vn~of-a  .small;' but thriving .bait packing  and exporting operation.  Originally  establishing themselves    in   'the    grocery    and  prevailed and today most of,  the bugs have been ironed out.'  Great assistance and" advice"  was given from ' the start "by  Mel Jeffries, a well-known ��� local fisherman who still continues to supply the bulk of the  herring.  WIDE MARKETS  Bulk of the   business  is  ex-  -port -with ^ consignments-going-       regularly as iar south as San-  ���Francisco, west to Hawaii and ,  ed by trial and error, but per-.- north to Alaska. Altogether'ov-  severance   .and    determination ���see   page   9  meat business in Sechelt, Frank  Parker and Norm. Watson were  soon a going concern. About  four years later they tried out  packing herring for bait,' starting off with one box. On the  advice of a; visiting American  'they decided to expand this operation and signed a contract  with the American who was" a  broker in the business.  Following termination of their  contract about two years later, the partners inrnrpnEaieri  under the name of Tyee Bait.  Humane killer  New contracts were signed with   ON REMOVAL from the pond, fish are dipped in this  distributors in the United sta- tank where; thep are instantly electrocuted by the  Removal from pond  FISH are kept in ponds for a few days in order to re-  ��� ^move food waste from them> this makes them* tougher. Lynn Goeson is in process of removing them from a  pond ready for humane killing.  tes and the business continued  to grow. In their first year they  packed and sold 1,500 lbs. of  bait, test year .75 tons and this  year thef expeHtb bit the 100-  ton mark.  AH has "not been plain Sailing/the early days being mark-  press of a switch. This method removes problem of loss  of scales which would take place should they be left to  jump around on removal from the water.  '���*��'.'���/'���'  , Last voyage      ���  FROM POND to humane killer and into boxes where  they are taken 4o the* plant for packing. These are  the smaUing herring, 4he larger fish will be brought to  ,the ponds eartyin the new year,  ;  THREE ponds with a total capacity of (50 tons of herring bait ate kept supplied by,  three fish boats, ond of them Operated'by Lynn' Goeson who r�� seen (right) assisting Frank Parker drive herri/tg to one end of a/pond for removal'by had net'.'  Two of the pon<ls)are 70' by, 12*/ the other 70' ,by 7W.  ��^��S��l^*����MeSl��SW��l)*4SlStl��W  ****fi* film*   f*^*^ *���  SCENK of.gr  cess an(i_,  Inents t6 mnnp  (���������  \   /������"VV  Sorting and packing  , Deep free*o room'  FRANK Parker stops for a picluro while in process of  stacking tho neatly packed bait Into the duep-rreo/.e  room, Ills partner Norm Watson was out with one of  groat activity is the Tyee Bait plant whuro'tho IndTuirworncn sort, pro-   their 'insulated vans at tho-t mc  probublv;5ia  innp pans oi me continent. >^#��*v - by refrigerated freight truck/  v  t+^mjuf ���***>>��-  -V  it,   ���* *..^,    <__  iRouncf g&ouf f/ie town �����������  _".(   *  v��' '    ^_     ,*  ��� By Ed Green  T^HE'CAPTAIN of the Ghurka company was tall, "erect,  his handsomejface burned almost^ black by the Indian sun. He spoke sharply, then more kindly to a stocky  little Ghurka-non-com who saluted and, then went back  to His men. A cold, miserable drizzle of rain was falling  as the captain sighed, slapped his putteed leg with a  swagger stick and said to no one in particular, "Eight  gears and I'm still not home for Christmas. J'll not get  there-for-this-one-rif-eveT.y,u^=��� "       This���was���Christmas  -was���Christmas Eve, lesY rril^vajTyards.  1915, in the miserable rain * statistics tell us that the  soaked railw^yjrds^in3ou-__iig0od old days" were not good  en,.1.Tra,nce wliere w�� stood " at all. They are dead wrong:  waiting for the train that would They can feed all the data they  take us up to the Line, that rag- like* into their IBM. Computers  ged bloodsoaked ditch where but the harsh facts will never  Jiations^we��}--dteeady-squandeF"���erase the rich memories of a  In the dear dim days the,kids  got a tin tojr< and, father went  ail out to buy mother a dress.  Today he is clobbVed by advertisements 'insinuating rheTis  a cheap., skate if,-he doesn't  cough- up for" a patched pastel  mink", and if he really wants' to  make a, good fellow of himself  -he ^will-also-ioss-inr the~key-to  a* new compact car. He finds  himself showered with expensive gifts and the only eaten  is that they are all on his  charge account. By the-time  he has the mess cleared-away  it is Christmas again and the  mad whirl starts once^more/  Another Christmas and New  Year has passed into history.  No ��matter what you might  think of it you can rest assured  that somewhere, someone in 50  The Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wed., Jaw. 6, 1965 Page 9  MORE  ABOUT  .  .  *  ' Herring   ~        "'  .from page 8���"  er twenty varieifes of bait are  packed, from minnows to jum-  ���bo-sizeherringr���     ���  A new experiment has been  on trial during the past year;  packing in a solution in jars.  Tfahris mainly for eastern mar^  kets and for use where jrefrig-  eration is not available. The  frozen packs once opened have  _ to be usedright-awayr-refreez-  ing being considered unsatisfactory.  Both men are extremely enthusiastic, they work hard and  sent for further expansion. One  -hundred    tons    is"   considered  maximum capacity of the plant  arid  any further development,  from one box of herring to its  present size, is sufficient proofs  -of���what���ean���be- accomplished-  it is felt,  would prove unecc- '  nomical.  That such a thriving "concern  has  developed  ina  few years_  " little initiative and pro-  essive thinking. .  ^  ��with  Bob-Boehm says, "My daughter sayTshe's eager to meet-  a fellow with the same interests she has���like getting married !"  ing their wealth and reeling  from blows from which they  would never recover.  We had heard that Canadian  battalions in the line were having Christmas dinners of turkey and plum-duff but all we  had were two bully beef sandwiches and not even a hot  drink. We were told we might  leave at any minute but we  didn't.  Christmas day crept over  Rouen. We thought, not of ourselves but of the folks back  home who would be opening  their Christmas presents  around the glittering tree. A  million mothers would be in  their kitchens getting the big  ChristmasWdlhher^uhder way.  We exchanged wry glances and  munched our cold' sandwiches.  The cars in the yards rattled  and banged. Shrill whistles tooted and still thefraid fell. Cold,  half...:.fmen_werv clung.^.togetiier^..,,  under dripping eaves and told  of other Christmas Days for  many of us this was our first-  away from home and for many  others it would  be  their last  but we��dithVt talk-of thatJ   1 About noon on Chirstmas Day  a( string of passenger coaches  was pushed onto a spare track  and we were ordered aboard.  We , had . hardly, gotten settled  in our seats when somebody,  we never did learn who, opened the door of the compartment  and gave us a huge basket with  roast chickens, French bread,  Christmas cake, cognac and a  few bottes of champagne.  There   have    been    many  Christmases  since   that   memorable one; memorable because  I feel that no Christmas stamps  itself so indelibly into the human mind as the first one away  from home, I will always see  that tall captian of the GhurkaM  Rifles    looking   across    that  cheerless yard   in thc direction  of   his   beloved   England   and  muttef ing half aloud, "Mcmor-t  1 les,,priceless memories. That's,  ' what a Christmas away from  ,   heme is made, of,"  The poignant plaint of the  Ghurka captain was the barren  loneliness of a man with memories of warmth, i light, Jollity  bid.   most   of   nil with   good  friends and loved ones, Like  many others he didn't suspect  ' that vvljien ..he, did return; if 'ho  ever did, those old," familiar  scenes would never return  again. '���  There would be emptiness, a  frantic search' for those dim  days and faster 'dimming faces  belonging to, a past, lie would  never find tliem, The thin facade of anticipated pleasures  would bo washed away by the  ever recurring waves of memories and ho would bo no closer  , to satisfying tho hunger in his  soul thnn he wn�� In the friend-  ,rfr.  JNEEDjA CAR?  ..NEW oTIlSEiF  TRY  Peninsula  Motor Prod.  SECHttT/BC,  Ph,  805-2111   - Ted  Farewell  h fi   ii      years from now will treasure it  H-��"*����f *7S2~ I**3"86 *��tis what Christmas  childhood  everything was "good,* Christmas most of all. It will be the  same 50 years from now. These  will be the "good old days" to  today's children. They will remember the Christmas seasons  with startling clarity, tinselled,  garish, grossly^over>commer-  cialized yet very impressive:^  memory that will remain when  all others have faded.  really is; a memory.  FIGHTING  DISEASE  Malaria, tuberculosis and intestinal parasites are the most  common disease in countries  served by MEDICO. Armed  with modern medicines, Canadian arid American doctors and  nurses sent by MEDICO, a.Ser-,  However,', foere is ��ng thing vice of CARE, are helping 'to:  the modern Christmas has prevent and cure these ancient  taught us; we must think big.   maladies.  -enjoy their work. The groccry-  and meat business was dropped completely a few years  ago for "bait packing which now  employs as many as 12 during  the packing periods.  Indian women from the Sechelt Reserve have proved very  competent in this capacity and.  as Mr, Parker told The Times,  '��� we feel this is providing work  for the Indians who might otherwise find difficulty in obtaining employment."  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Now that  our production has started again, rest assured we will fill your orders as quickly  as possible,  To our suppliers, we extend our sincere  appreciation and offer the encouragement  that soon all our operations will be back  . to their normal level, Already, you are  production with minimum delay.'  We thank our dealers and their employees���-the men whose important job it is  to sell and service General Motors cars  and trucks. We know they will welcome  this renewed opportunity to fulfil the trans-  portationneeds of every custoiner.  Those of you who have not yet ordered  your new vehicle can now buy your choice,  confident that delivery will be made within a reasonable time. JEvery effort will  be put forth by our dealers, our suppliers  and ourselves to meet your requirements.  It is our belief that our 1965 cars and  trucks are the finest ever produced. This  is confirmed by the enthusiastic reports of  the thousands of customers already driving  them. Try them put spon at yPur General  Motors dealer's.  ,  Again we thank you,' and, along with  all our employees, we extend warmest  'If*  W  'At  I  ?!  providing the many quality products and    seasonal greetings and good wishes for  services that will enable us to teach peak    1965.  ��rt)*i**tefti��*w��w^\>��^^ (*w#W'f*��^s"*��ai  J  ��E*f��?i)*<��'we��("��. V\jt| ^Wift��a*it��tw*ai����f'��il4,��f��i**"MMfe*aWt^iM4**-i��fl*ei��9(��W**-����*MS<WitoW *i,*��� w***^^ WW^jifWiife'ffWMWfi&Siii  'GENERAL MOTORS PRODUCTS OF CANADA, LIMITED  ���    \   '   : ���  OSIJAWA ���-��� ONTARIO       ���������'".:���' ' _  CHEVROLET  POINTIAC ��� OLDSMOmLK ��� JIUIGK* CADUXAG -ACADIAN  VAUXUAU,- CHEVROLET &GMCTRUCKS  ENVOY  %'  xu  ft  %.  I  I  H  1  v*  ���1  I?  p  i  t  I  i  I  'II"  *-!*fft������,&*��M^W*>*J  ��   n't  1  h . .  v  Mm  \-  , *'"-i ,, i  !;.   ��� ������/���  x  ���'������������ r <������  ,JB2L T  Page IP The Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wed., Jon. <6t 1965    fRr^, rnKnan*  Davis* Ottawa Diary      *����� **!'*  j        By Jael^ Davis, M.P.  MANY OF the letters which I have received in-recent  months deal with Quebec. Some make a plea for  greater tolerance towards our French speaking fellow  Canadians. But^the 'great majority are apprehensive.  They express the fear that Quebec is always getting  its own way and that the French speaking element will  ultimately doniinate-^fae~Tesirxif--eaiiada.  ������  BA3KER-rTo   Mr.   and    Mrs.  K.   J.   Barker,   Gibsons,   a  daughter,   Valerie   Joan,   born  December 21L1964.  HOLLAND���To  Mr.  and   Mrs.  Steven Holland, -Gibsops, a  daughter, Ddnna Marlene, born  December .25,-3964. '  SPENCE^Tp   Mr.   and   Mrs.  Dennis   Spence,   Sechelt,    a  Young People hold  Christmas service  THE St. ^Hilda's Young People  held their .Christmas service  on Tuesday, Dec. ��?: .About 30  teenagers .attended the service.  Tins, however, .was quite , a  small attendance compared  with the 60 who attended November's service, Nevertheless,  everyone, who attended had an  enjoyable evening. The service  was one hour long, and a little  These    letters the    letters  son. John Tipnhi^   Iuliu nl'L... .      c UUU1 Ionfi. ana a lime    mems  wmm  was  Pn  ^^^emnsrborn^D^ceui-    zest was addeitiietthe.woceed-; theTgirls of the choir.  ings wh��n once again Rev. J.  Fergusson, and his wife played  a guitar .accompaniment to the  hymns   "Virgin   Mary   had   a  Baby Boy,'^ "Go Tell It on a ���  Mountain," and "Silent NtghU'  The sermon given by Rev. fcer-,  gusson   dealt!)   with   the   topic  "Why- do���we    bother   about-  God." After the service everyone   enjoyed   an   evening   of  Christmas games and refresh-.  ments. which  was  prepared  hy  v��   *  W.26, 1964;  MipPLEMlSS ��� To Mr. and  that t��ufcaa  alaTm^are-based    sea   of   English   speaking  pro-       Mrs   W.  M^Middlemiss^-Se  on a misapprehension. Often  they are written without a  knowledge of the facts. And  often they assume that the ay-  ���mge Quebecker has" aggi-esive  intentions. Nothing could be  futher from the truth.  When I reply to these letters,  I try to put these fears (to rest.  I point out, fox example, that  "* the population of Quebec is not  growing as rapidly as the rest  of Canada. Families are smaller as Quebeckers move into  the cities. French Canadians  are also marrying later in life.  As a result 36 "children are also  - i>eing- born-ear h-year-for^ever;  one thousand women of child-  bearing age. The average for  Ontario is 3.7; for all Canada  3.8.  Futher proof of this lag in  Quebec's "population explosion", is -found in.,.,the projected  redistribution of parliamentary  seats. When the next change is  made (probably in 1966), Quebec will lose one MP. Ontario,  by contrast, will gain four. Alberta and B.C. will get two  '��� -more.  '"'"' ''   Then there is the ^question of  education. The Roman Catho-  ' lie. Church is losing its hold in  Quebec. A department of education has been set up for the  first time in that province's  history. Classical colleges, are  on the decline. High schools  and everyday vocational schools are taking their place.  Young people are being trained  for jobs in industry and commerce. No longer is the talented young French Canadian to  be equipped only for the priesthood or a career in law or  medicine.  Traditionally Quebec has  been very conservative. It has  been preoccupied with the past  ���its own past. Four hundred,  years of history have been  hammered into the receptive  minds of our French Canadian  "youths. For the last 200 years .  1 the French have been defend-,  ing    themselves    against    the  English,   Even   now   they   see  ��� themselves   surrounded   by   a  pie. They are still afraid they  will lose their language;*their  culture, their very way of life.  Witness the advice-of the Parent Commission on education.  The royal commissioners criticize the French Catholic system as being too preoccupied  with "the purity-of our-French  Canadian origins, the religious,  moral, heroic and the idealistic character of our ancestors  . . . the visible protection of  providence on the survival of  our nationalism."  ��� Patriotic���preaching���jnust���be-  eliminated. Let the facts of  history speak for themselves  says the Parent Report. English must be- taught beginning  in Grade 5. (It now starts at  Grade 3 inr English language  schools). Competent teachers  must :be hired in both languages. Textbooks must, where  possible, be the same. And students should be'taken to meet  each other. Only in this way  can English speaking and Freeh speaking people get to knew  each other in Quebec.  Premier John Lesage's remarks at the time of the tabling of .the Parent Report are  interesting. He welcomed its  recommendations. He also said  that, "all good thinking people  will be satisfied that what you  have in mind Here can be attained elsewhere in Canada."  To this many other Canadians may say "amen." But education is still a matter for the  provipces. Each will decide its  own fate. And I have a feeling  that Quebec will continue to.be  much more tolerant towards  the teaching of English than  we will be towards the teaching of, French in this great and  complex country of ours.  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CeleJbraie-BZ-years���I  of happy marriage  MR. AND Mrs. Chris Julian of  Sechelt happily celebrated  their 32nd wedding anniversary  on Sunday, Jan. 3. They have  eight children; twe~-jdaughters  are married. Mrs. Lyle Spar?  row and her husband live at  the Musquiem Indian Reserve  and have eight children.  The other married daughter  is Mrs. Jas. Williams, whose  husbanc  is in the United States  Navy. They live in the Philli-  pines and have three boys.  ... The nice thing about a  dull party is that you get to bed  at a decent hour.  Gibsons  50 OIL FUR  No Down Payment - Bank Interest  _, _-.     ^ITen'/Vears -To 'fray _ _. ^  COMPLETE LINE OF APPLIANCES  For Free Estimate - Call 886-2728  TT  THE BOARD OF SCHOOL TRUSTEES OF SCHOOL DISTRICT No. 46  (Sechelt)  SCHOOL LOAN BY-LAW REFERENDUM No. 6  Question to be submitted to the owner-electors of School District No. 46 .  *'Are yoii in favour of the Board of-Schodl ^Trustees of School District No. 46 (S^n^i  borrowing money, without further assent of the owner-electors, at any time or from time to)  time, within three (3) years from December 31, 1964, by the issue and sale of debentures  bearing interest at a rate or rates hot exceeding Six (6) per cent per annum and payable over  a period or periods not exceeding twenty years from the date or respective dates thereof, in such  principal amounts as the, Board miy from time to time deem necessary,to raise net sums not  exceeding in the aggregate Twenty-nine Thousand, Three HundredTwenty-five Dollars ($29,-  325.00), after payment of discount, commission, brokerage, exchange, and other expenses  with respect to such issue or sale, for. acquiring and developing school-sites and purchasing, i  constructing, reconstructing, furnishing, and equipping buildings for school purposes or use  in connection therewith and other capital expenditures for school purposes?"  The following in brief and general terms sets out substantially thc proposed projects and  the amount allocated for each, the amount specified as being within Provincial suwdards and  eligible for Provincial grants, and the amount specified as being above Provincial standards  and therefore not eligible for Provincial grants and for which the school district pays the full  cost:���i .......  a  (a) Acquiring and developing school-sites:  Various, schools  ......;....;. : ..���   (b) Purchasing,    constructing,    reconstructing  buildings, fqr school purposes or use in  , connection therewith;    ,.S',A               v  Pender Harbour Secondary .,.....,.���...   (c) JRMfOfijbin8  and. equipping; buildings  for  school purposes or use in connection there*  ���with:       '       .,                    ,,,'������'  Pender Harbour Secondary ;,....���...._.'  (d) Other capital expenditures for school  ,    purposes: '       :1 ..���..- ���,,������..,,,,  'Plans and Supervision 7. Z'..~'Z.......... T  ��� Contingencies   '....'ZZ'.Z.'.S..,...Z ..'....::���.:  Eligible for  Provincial  Grants  ' Nil     ���  Nil  Not Eligible  for Provincial  Granls  $ 20,000.00   ���  S   7,500,00.  -V ;,-; '--  ��� Total  $ 20,000,00  $   7,500,00  Nil $    1,000.00 $    1,000.00  Nil  Nil  ���-  ���\  "450.00,  375.00  825.00  ','. ., ,      r |OTAL ESTIMATES $29,325.00  Resolution Passed the 30th PnV of October, 1964,  Approved by Ihc Ministcrvof Education thc 4th day of November, 1964,  Authorised by; thc IJcutcntmK^ov'crnor in Council the J 0th, day of November, 1964.  Take notice (hat thc above jit a.true copy of the propoNed question upon whlc.h the vole  Of Ihc pvvncivckctors will he taken an SaMirday, January 16th, 1965 between the hour,s of  H;00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. at thc following Polling Stations;    ���  VANCOtlVIIR HAY SC-HOpty Vaneouvcr, B.C.  ,  \   \ROMONT SCHOOL, Kgmpnl, B.C.  MIVMAYNARD'S KESJDP.NCE, Billings Bay, Nohonilsland, B.C.  ���IRV1NES LANDING SCHOOI.Jrvlnes Landing, ��,C.  \OLUfltHOUSR, Garden Buy, J),C,  MADEIRA PARK SCHOOL, Madeira Park, H.C.  HALFM()ON, BAY SCHOOL, Hnlfmoon Bay, 11.C,  SRCHIU.T SCHOOL ACTIVITY ROOM, Sechelt, B.C.  DAVIS BAY SCHOOL, Wilson Creek, B,C,  IV  ^OBBRTfl-GRBRI^SCHOOCRaiwiraScr^  , BLfiHINSTONR SECONDARY SCHOOL, GlbsonN 1LC ".'  MUNICrilAL'OFFICR, Gibsons, B.C. ''    '  LANGDALR SCHOOL, HopklwrLiinillnH; Jl,C,  PORT MRLLON SCHOOL, Pon Mellon Jl C  nnSiM?' MEM0RIAI-'��A".I.. ChunlW ilnrbour, JLC.'  BOWRN ISLAND SCHOOL, Howen Mi.nd |l C  uSt^WBKS.^ttitttlWifWaWIt I  ���������'��� V -   \��  r  PETER C. WILSON  Socratary-Troasuror  Iw.'""*-" ' **������      ^���  "���1    The Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wed., Jon. 6, 1965 Page II  *i ���. ' u i.     j j i ��� i     ,       i i 11 i in    ii i, i    ~    ,  Wilson Creek Cubs  entertain Daients  WILSON Creek Cub Pack en-  . tertained their parents at the  Christmas party, which was an  outstanding success, with over  60 people attending, despite  hazardous road conditions.  Mrs. Rt���Goodwin welcomed  guests, and Scoutmaster George  Flay undertook the job of  .emcee for the   evening. Ca^.  Smith, and Barry West.  .Refreshments   followed   pro**  vided.by the-mothers, and all'  ypungsters received liber,a I  helpings of candies and oranges.  During J964, an estimat  11,000,000 needy personam 39  countries received CARE self  help and medical assistance.  To provide this aid, which supplements    CARE    food    prog-  rols were sung, accompanied rams�� requires $7,000,000 in  by pianist Mrs. J. A. Hague, co^lributjons--��r*ugaly, $5 for  aiM-the--CTibs~exehangea���gifts���every^-pereons^ho-are-hel]>^=^  and also presentedkgjfts^of ap--> * ��d.  preciation   to   Cubmaster   Bob    "^~  Goodwin,   Assistant  Cubmaster  Ed LeWarne and Scoutmaster  George Flay.  Four humorous skits followed, Sunday Ride, Going Home  From a Dance, Father Help  Me and School House ��on Fire.  Cubs participating in the skits  were: Alain and Frank Goodwin, John Ritchie, Ricky Pearson, Dale Stephanson, Barry  Franske, <> Dick .McNutt, Tim  Rathbone, Grant Furuya, Gary  Woods, David DeKleer, Tommy  Ritchie, Randy Salahub, Bruce  NEED A _..  NEW or USED  TRY,  Peninsula  Motor Prod.  SECHELT, B.C.  Ph. 885-2111  - Ted  Farewell  scene  Christmas      EtBRY tree a Christmas tree and very pretty it all  tooks but Times columnist Ed .Green, whose home  this is, was not too appreciative and stayed indoors  ttroughoufc the ^ lace three foot  -qrifts to reach what he calls his alleged car.  Squaringly Yours  that it can't be worse but there  are better days ahead." You  know, I'm beginning to believe  her. May she rest in peace..  Peg and I would like to take  this opportunity to wish all our  square dance friends/ neighbors, relations and, well, everybody, a happy/healthy, prosperous great big, really big,  'HAPPY^EW^'YEAR^-'^r^^'"  K*  U  wJTK  ROBERTS CREEK  CREDIT UNION  Seeheit, B.C.  Open Tuesday to Friday  1 Ua. m,.,to 5 v p.m.  SCHOOL SAVINGS  CLUBS  Gibsons - Roberts Creek  Davis Boy - Sechelt   Egmont      -~ ���by Maurice Hemstreet  SHOULD old acquaintance be forgot, and never brought  to tnind, should old acquaintance be forgot and the  days of Auld Lang Syne. Let no acquaintance be forgot,  this night when all is fine. We'll take a cup of kindness,  yet for the days of Auld Lang Syne.  A  fine old  song to be sure  and like good square dancing  will never, and I repeat, will  never go out the door with the  old year, they will both be  around for many, many years  to -come, Us a mighty fine  thought when one sits down to  think about it.  Square dancing has come to  a halt until after the new year,  well almost, there are / still,  some square dancers who eome  .to my house and we dance in  the basement, On Sat, Dec: 19,  1964,' even, though .the Sechelt  Promenadcr* and the Gibsons  Sqtiarenaders both* cancelled  their Christmas party dances,1  due to something called snow,  the next best, but not the least,  Wfts'my'basiMn'ent square room.  H it^^^tq&gBfrattplt.  If Your Job Is  Cuffing Trees  This Message  Is For You  We are Dealejrs  for  ��� P,M, CANADIEN  ��� McCJULLOCH  ��� HOMELITE  -COMPLETE STOCK  OF ALL MODELS  ��� PARTS  ��� ''REPAIRS \ :'"';   CHAIN SAW  Wilion Crock  BOS-2226  where Kay and Harold Nelson,  Gladys and Tom Parish, Cathy  Berry, Dick Dooley, Peg and  myself, yep, just one set, count  them. Well ve put on records  that had callers on the flip  side and danced to some of the  best callers in the business.  Was it fun? Well-let me tell  you, those callers don't wait  on you but we-still got through  all the, allemande lefts and so  on without .any�� trouble. Of  course, I was dancing with  them and I thought this was  quite a help, but I have a feel- ���-  -ing hi my left elbow.thal the  others don't go along with that  Une of thought, Oh! well, 1 Iwd  furj. anyway.  Dpn't forget to \yatch the Sechelt Pen, Times for square  dance ....beginner classes,. oi4 if....  you can't wait for tho information ".just phone ,885-994 u and I  will be only to, glad to give you  first hand information,  Back in 1059, there was a  letter to the editor of The Sun,  running down the fine hobby of  square dancing. She called it  murder, Well maybe,it was, bo-  , cause some real, square dancers  got right on the wagon,'traced  tho source of hc��' efforts to  square dance and ���'(found1 that  this had been, her first time on  the, floor, which isn't bad ox-  copt tbat thc party ��bo was  at, served alcoholic beverages.  Believe .ijie", I feel sorry for lier.  Drinks and square dancing  don't mix, She should have  stayed with sarsparllla, of sassafras tea. Bettor luck next'  time pr com�� to tho Sechelt  ,1'rpmcnuderB cjub whore I call.  I guarantee you Will have a  time to,bo talked about proud-  lv  BIG --BIG  TOP QUALITY PAINT BUYS  ALL PAINT SOLD Hi JANUARY  NO PAYMENT INHL MARC  ��� A LIMITED SUPPLY WOW  AVAILABLE - SO TAKE ADVANTAGE  ��� '   . '- NOW -  See these Great ��atues f belay  ,   ���; at BENNER BROS,  5  PIECE DINETTE ,SUITE  largo table;, Reg. 89.95   .,  69.95'  GOOD SELECTION  ELECTRIC  RANGES...  LARGE TABLE LAMPS  Reg; 16.95'���:������;..;:..:;.:::;.  19*95  Don't miss this one ���  ALMOST NEW ZENITH DRYER  and   WASHER  Dryer, unused    395*����  and  up  5 PIECE SET CARD TABLES  Reg.  26.95   .GOOD   SELECTION  OIL RANGES >..  21.95  39��95    and up  Good Selection���  WALTZTIME  252  COIL QUILTED  Good Selection  NEW CHESTERFIELD  SUITES ... d ....  4 PIECE BED  CHESTERFIELD SET  A3?*95y*  Well, It won't be long .till wo  will be ail uloglng Ilo was a  Jolly good fellow, aa 1004 goon  marching out to he replaced by  hnppy now year was; Aclunlly,  1!>(M waan/t -tod had and for  ninny It wasn't too good, but  why not look on tho brighter  Hide of life, As my grandmother  ofloii told me, "Maurice, she  nald, "Uiere In .nothing ROhart  \  * #*< 4 ���    ������;     '>* ������'*' 1*%+,   w ^\ -'  GOOD USED FRIDGES  Somo practically new.  x  ALL GOODS MAY BE FINANCED  10% DOWN $10 MONTHLY  i  OIL FURNACE INSTALLATION  WE CAN INSTAU A FURNACE WITH NO DOWN  f AY/^ENT ��� 10 YEARS TO PAY.  flank Injr^s^ As(lpw.,a��'^7. po* month,��� AH furnaces  sold in January and February pntJtlo purchaser to a ticket  In a draw for��50 gallons FREE FURNACE Olb  * . . . ���  Benner Bros. Furniture & Pain  Phono 885-2058 ......... ���'..  Sechelt, STC.  !"  ��  tf  . \:i  II ���  ||:  \%  f'i  > 'i  ?.|  -ft"  ... .^  '. '���?���  ''-���'���j.  Vi  }    '4  if?  11  n  H  tt  * ;./;  k  it  i  m  '���if'  i'f  !  1  \\  1::  j.U'..  " T.  rf"  4  ���J  n  i  "V  ���'^V,,,  .L��iriL*i.  .-^<-^~^*^*<MiZZ^;!;:  .���yjjif^pf ��� o  I  ./>..  \  Page 12 The Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wed., Jon. 6, 1965  Fact and Fiction  ��� .-���,,���...��� . ....... (,. I. .,   , ,���������-������,������- ~ i������ .-...���Ml��� ���������I.    -.���....���������.���������HI.. ��� ���. .������!!���!!,_    |,|   |   .^gfall!        m  by Vee Lpbb  MADE FROM the dust of the ground was Adam, by  Kindness of the'Lord,, and he was put into the midst  of a Garden of Delight in Eden to dress it and to keep it,  and he was then required to name every beast and bird  and living thing on the Earth, even unto the'lowly worm;  and all this without a moment's warning.  This surely must have proved ~~    "���  slightly  history, Ada and Zillah did  right well by Lamech and bore  him sons and daughters, and  he should 'have been satisfied.  But no, he must have" more in  the way of excitement; and so  he needs must slay; a young  man, and confess all to his  wives, saying to them, "I  should he punished .seventy-  seven   fold.''   There's   not   ��  enervating,     and*    rio~  doubt Would overtax his brain:  The Lord then causetLAdam-to-  seem to be the first case of  jealousy and fratricide on the  Eartlh���For���Adam���had���beeir  Tloubt ne expected his wives to  admire him, which of course  they would pretend to do,  (knowing^ what was good for  them) and this is why he told  the truth; a most unusual thing  for any husband <to do, and is_  ���the .Lord, and .this can be easily understood, for now they  would be so mixed up, they  needs must get assistance to  straighten things out; ^wouldn't  be the least bit surprised if  Kere was born the idea of calling in an efficiency expert.  Even with all these goings  on, which would be enough to  drive-^ny^ne-^adr^Adajn-iiVed-  fall into a deep sleep, removed    made a TUler of the  Ground,    wulv uuwu t  one of his ribs-and~formed~of- rand-eain also, and he seemed    for all lo InarvW  "It  a   wonder  this   report  has  come down through the <&ges.  to be�� nine hundred and thiry  years of age, which was really  not so many for those times;  but there is not a doubt the  poor man would be plumb worn  out by such carryings-on in the  ^family  it a woman,  and  gave her to  v him  to  be  his  helpmate.   And  Adam   named   her   Eve.   After  warning thorn not to partake pf  the Fruit of the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil which  stood in the garden, the Lord-  left them together, a man and  a wom'an.  : ... .���������  to do quite well; but Abel, having a different offering was  smiled upon, and it was accept-  pd,   which   is   hpynnri   mcrp   mi-  A- cunning serpent then ^appeared, belittling their ignorance and beguiling them to  taste of the fruit of the Tree of  Knowledge, saying it would  give -them wisdom. After some  persuasion Eve ate of it first,  and she tempted Adam, and he  did eat. Now they saw ihey  were naked and were ashamed.  They hastily Sewed aprons of  fig leaves and put them on. A  wily serpent to persuade; a  subtle woman to tempt; and a  longing to know���the result was  .inevitable. Adam's .consolation  ���was that he could lay the  blame for his disobedience on  Eve; for there's nothing like  having an Eve to bear the  brunt.  After this unfortunate event,  which opened their--eyes; to  them were born two sons, first  Cain then Abel. Cain was made  a Tiller of the Ground and  Abel, a Keeper of the Sheep.  And in due course each brought  his offerings to the Lord; Cain  the fruit of the ground, and  Abel the firstlings of his flock.  The Lord looked with favor on  . the offering of Abel, but Cain's  He did not favor. This caused  \ Cain's countenance to fall. He  became very wroth indeed, and  slew   his   brother.   This   would  man understanding. No doubt  this may have planted the first  seeds of discontent which exist  in the world to this very day.  ~~"Norr CaTnr'beTHI^lfi fear and'  trembling for his life lest he  also be slain, the Lord put upon  him a mark, that all should  know him, and leave him unmolested-; and he went out and  dwelt in the Land of Nod on the  east of Eden. And he took him  a wife, but whence she came  r know riot, as up to this stage  there would seem to be only  one woman, and that one, Eve  his mother. However this may  be, he knew his wife, (which  was a marvellous thing, for  how . many    husbands     know  rtheirs?���) ��� and she bare Enoch7"  and Cain was so delighted with  the whole affair that he went  to work atonce and built him a  city and he named it Enoch,  after his firstborn.  . ��� Then was the beginning of  the begattings. For Enoch be,  gat Iraxl; and Irad begat Me-  hujael; and Mehujael begat Me-  thusael- and Methusael begat  Lamech. It is truly a mystery,  and ever will be from whence  all the females came. For up to  this time one would think that  Eve was still the only woman.  .However, this Lamech took  unto him two wives, Ada and  Zillah, and I doubt not that this  is how the Mormons got their  notions. Now, according to bible  After these happenings, - Eve  bore Adam another son, to  take  the  place   of  poor  Aht>l  Now^the story of Adam" is  "^ar~ThOTe_lvonderiuTTtihan jiny  Fictioncould possibly be, and  THAT'S a Fact,  /,  ���  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  ��ATE WAM  'liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii  ��� This free reminder of coming events Is a service of  SECHELT ��� AGENCIES LTD, Phone Sechelt Peninsula  Times direct for free listings, specifying "Dote Pad".  Please note that space is limited and some advance dates  may have to wait their turn; also that this is "a "reminder"  listing only and cannot always carry full details;'"r""T  Jan, 7���L.A, to Guides and Brownies, bako sale, 10 a.m,  Hospital Cottage. '   '  Jan,   13���-Election  Chief and  Council,   Sccholt , Indian  Council Hpll, 1 p.m. to 8 p,m,  Jan, 16���Voting School Board Referenda 5 ancf 6, School  '     District No, 46,  *0�� ,."...,������,.������.''  SECHELT RESIDENTIAL LOTS  From $1550 up;  choice corners available ',.  Very easy.terms -7- Enquiries to Bob Kent  Phone 885-4461  F:>  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD  Wharf Road Phono 005-2161   f  and they called him Seth. And  Seth also had had a son, whose  name was Enos. Then all men  began to call upon the name of  0  ... Love, says Lulu, is the  funny feeling you feel when you  feel you have a feeling <you  never felt before. "  v *  Damages lower  by forest fires  FOREST fire'damage in Canada during the 1964 season  was lower than the annual average for the past 10 years, according   to   statistics   released  -by���the-departmentr-of-forestryT  However, the total for the period April to October inclusive  was higher than in 1963,  It was estimated that 1,829,-  000 acres were damaged by  6,538  fires   in   1964,   of   which  ~18V in ffie~TukoiT and- Northwest Territories  affected 584,-"  "0W acfesTThe "annual average  over the previous 10r years was  6,619 fires covering 2,393,Q00  acres, including 475,500 acres  from 140 fires in the��|g(gtjaraiid  Northwest Territories.  The total for the 1963 season  was 7,670 fires which damaged  470,000  acres.  THE BOARD OF SCHOQL TRUSTEES OF SCHOOL DISTRICT No. 46  1 (Sechelt)  SCHOOL LOAN BY-LAW REFERENDUM No. 5  Question to be submitted to the owner-electors of School District No. 46 (SecheltJ.  "Are you in favour of the Board of School Trustees of School District No. 46 (Sechelt)  borrowing money, without further assent of the owner-electors, at any time or from time to  time, within three (3) years from December 31, 1964, by the issue .and sale of debentures  bearing interest at a rate or rates not exceeding Six (6) per cent per annum and payable over  a period or periods not exce^eding twentyyears from the date orrespective-dates thereof, in such  -principal amounts asTine Board may from time to time deem necessary to raise net sums not  exceeding in the aggregate Three Hundred Thirty-nine Thousand, Five Hundred Severity-  Five Dollars ($39,575.00), after payment of discount, commission, brokerage, exchange, and  other expenses with respect to such issue or sale, for acquiring-and deveIoping���.schoo.l-sttes  and purchasing, constructing, reconstructing, furnishing,-and equipping buildings for school  purposes or use in connection therewith and'other capital expenditures for school purposes'?"  _ The..following in brief and general terms sets' out substantially the proposed projects and  the amount allocated for each, the amount specified as being within Provincial standards and  eligible for Provincial grants, and the amount specified as being above Provincial standards  and therefore not eligible for Provincial grants and for which the school district pays the full  cost:���  (a) Acquiring and developing school-sites:  Port Mellon ��� Langdale Elementary   West _Sechelt   Elementary   Madeira Park  Elementary _..     Roberts Creek Elementary    (b) Purchasing, constructing, reconstructing  buildings, for school purposes ojr .use in  connection therewith:  Port Mellon��� Langdaje Elementary .....,.,.-.  West   Sechelt   Elementary ���.���,....   Sechelt Central Elementary ...   :.;:....v.   Madeira  Park  Elementary   "."..::.......  Roberts Creek  Elementary u  Gibsons Landing Elementary   (c) Furnishing and equipping buildings for  school purposes or use in connection thcre-  '    with:   '  Port-Mellon Langdale Elementary  ...��  West   Sechelt   Elementary   Madeira  Park Eilcmcntary , ...  Roberts Creek Elementary  .,.....,.; ,  '      Gibsons Landing Elementary     .  Expanded Secondary Programme ���  ,       Elphinstone,.., ���.:,,.:.:...:......,  Expanded Secondary Programme ���  Pender Harbour 1-. ...   Eligible for  Provincial  Grants  Not Eligible  for Provincial  Grants  SI 2,400.00  4.600.00  19,786.00  6.256.00  Total  S 43,04,2.00  $ 50,000.00  40,000.00  10,500.00  44,900.00  56,900,00  18,000.00  - T.OOO'.OO  ,5,000.00  3,000.00  5,000:00  2,000.00  24,700.00  5.300.00  Nil  Nil  Nil  Nil  Nil  Nil  Nil'  Nil  Nil  Nil  Nil  $220,30Q;00  (d) Other capital expenditures for ''school  purposes; . 4  Plans and Supervision *   Contingencies -  JL52,Q(HL0(L  $ 13,218,00  ,   11.015.00  Nil  Nil.  ���$'24,233.00  TOTAL EST!MATI-S       $339,575,00  Resolution PiisscoVthe 30th Day of October, I '>64.     ',.  Apbrovcd by' the Minister of Education the 4th day of November, 1964.  Authorized by the Lieutenant-Governor in Council the I Oil) day of November, 196-4.  Take notice that the above is a true copy of the proposed question' upon which thc vote  of thc owner-electors will be taken on Saturday, January ,16th, l%5 between the hours of  8:00 a,m, and 8:00 p.m. at the following Polling, Stations; ,.,   i  1      ,  VANCOUVER HAY SCHOOL, Vancouver Hay, H.C.  HGMONT SCHOOL, Egmont, II.C, '  '    MR, MAYN^RD'.S RESIDIiNCK, Hillings Hii'y, Nelson Island, ll.C  IRVINHS LANDING SCHOOL, Jrvincs Landing, Jl.p,  CLUH JlOUSli, Garden Hay, ll.C,  ,   MADHIRA PARK SCHOOL, Madeira Park, Jl.C,'"  HALFMOON HAY SCHOOL, Jlnlfmoon Hay, II.C.  SECHELT SCHOOL ACT^YitOOM, Scchcll, )|,C,  DAVIS HAY SCHOOL, Wilson Creek, H,C.  ROHERTS CREEK SCHOOL. Roberts Creek, H.O.  M  FI.I'HINSTONH SECONDARY SCHOOL, GlbwnsJll.C..  "'MUNrciPAfrwFi^rniKwJ^cr^1  LANGDALE ���SCHOOL, Hopkins Landlwi, U.C.  PORT MELLON SCHOOL, Port Mellon, II.C.  VETERANS' MEMORIAL HAlfL, flnmblcr Harbour, H,C.  1HOWEN ISLAND SCHOOL, HoVcn Island, H,C  ��([KWS��ilto��a*l��)li!U.*��W��WSfHiS*S ill "4W"B*W�����^Sit��'��'  ytM,.,.��up ��s,!y,.  PETER C. WILSON  Socrotory-Treoiuror  "1 '"  -(JCf--' "'  lH'"<i  \.   ���


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