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 H-. >'' i_ ' ��� .1  V   !     ��� r V "*"* ���   -   - - ��,   ~ �� *      ��      j .,     * ���  ��*j     V ��� >  < i> ' ���  J,.,*-*-     ^tM^*W^    .-�����w    "   T*V *-- ^ <H  -n5�� (ft^�� !IM^W��Mrfl����J6^W��flW��MM  ft**  -J.V  l~ t  IC  w  w  o  M  M  V)  ttl  f        M*��tJ    ��� ���  J      I S3 $��� O *  ! ��J *-*  * o H  o *���*��o��  M  09  ss ca >  p as a  t_     o  M <M O  W Op 2_-  K r* ��<  ; &��� c* >  k  Authorized qs second doss  mail   by   the   Post   Office  Department, Ottawa. ,  Volume 2, No. 52l  Serylng^the Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon]! Hopkins Landing, Grantham's Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Creek,  Wilson Creek, Selma Pork, Sechelt, Halfmoon Boy, SecretCove, Pender Harbour, Madeira Park, Kleindale, Irvine's Landing, Earl Cove, Egmont.y   WEDNESDAY, DEC. 15/ 1965 ' IQc  SurpriCe result . . .  i-1  Alf Ritchey defeated  with 14 year service  Kinsmen donate.  Christmas trees  WELL attended meeting of the  Sechelt Kinsmen last week,  included six members of the  Mt. Seymour Club, as well as  Deputy Governor Dave Bruce.  Project    decided    upon    by  ONE SURPRISE came from the municipal elections  held last Saturday, with the -defeat of Village Chair-       _    man AJf Ritchey, after 14 years of conscientious pubUc   ^  ��� service.' ���      ��� ~��������� -^���'������'  members will be a, donation of  phiisimas  treesJto-flie I^i&  ��l   77   7��Wr   fA,\  fAAA^hV^i  Both commissioners Fred  Eeeney and Jim Drummond  were returned with substantial  majorities. Final results were:  Hodginson"=^32, Ritchey 169,  Feeney 199, Drummond 181,  Peterson 143, Macey 130, Laing  Hi.,    ������ ���*���*  Surprise campaign was  launched by Westley Hodgson  with the distribution of campaign literature which was picked up in Friday's mail by many  residents.  Mr. Ritchey told The Times,  he was naturally disappointed  with the results but would now  be able to take, a well-earned  rest*H$ expressed bis gratitude��� *  to his supporters and to the  members of council who have  served him so well during the  jsast. ��� ' 7    ',���..���  Asked his views on' pamphlets distributed through the  mail Friday by Hc&gson, ~ be  said he was well aware of the.  questionable legality, of tbe  propaganda distributed so late,  viously on council, establishing  a reputation for his work on  road improvements as chairman of roads.  Mrs. Christine Johnston goes  back as chairman by acclamation. She had previously indicated her intention to stand  down but agreed to restand following a petition by a large  number of residents.  be sold by ;the youngsters as  a fund raising- prpjefct, vfor. the  purchase of traifbrms7" * '  Plans were also reedyed-fbr  the back-stop to be installed at  the Little League* ball diamond  at Wilson  Creek: ���--���*.���  BANK NOTICE  Banks in Sechelt and Gibsons  will be closed on Monday. December 27 and January-3.  Results come in  EXCITEMENT ran high on election night as results  came in. Successful Gibsons commissioners returned by substantial majorities, Jim Drummond and Fred   but has decided to ignore the  feeney listen to the final result while their wives wait !*nr~c"rA nn* ,mftn him hv c,m-  to offer congratulations.  Public demand.. . .  liothir Iiiiteir iigit  plans set for Febpiify  MEMBERS of the Sechelt Recreation CbrfmiisMon at  ���   their regular meeting held last week, agreed to push  bve date set at February 26.- r*-���     .  Although put on at short no-    which   require   capital;   it   is  Voters decide  isiereimitiii reje  lougliis top of poll  pressure put upon him by supporters to seek an investigation.  Both commissioners were  pleased to receive the support  of the public and expressed the  view that it was gratifying to  find voters had not been-taken  ���in - by*" thea wanyJ'^cctK;|Ht)usf  levelled at them during������' recent -  weeks", - ���-  SECHELT  Topping the poll in Sechelt  was newcomer to public Ufe,  Ray Clarke with 85 votes followed by Laurits Hansen with  80 who defeated Capt. Sam  Dawe with 63;  Mr. Hansen has served pre-  MOST SIGNIFICANT event during elections last weekend was the rejection on a marginal vote of the  proposed  three-quarter  million  dollar School  District  'Refere^dum7vv':r';:'  Final but uncertified figures Sunday revealed 579    pir,���c7_v__arl,j��_,j  vote4 for with 423 against. This gave a yes vote of 57.78   f1"***^*'e"qeQ * ,.* ;  per cent whereas 60 per cent, was required in order to  proceed. K  In the election for trustees, Don Douglas of Gibsons topped the polls with 315 votes. Next in" order of  popularity was Joe Horvath 272, Celia Fisher 265 and  defeated, Leslie Jackson 243. Peggy Volen was elected  by acclamation.  Secretary-Treasurer Peter Wilson said afterwards,  he felt a Utile disappointed that the referendum failed,  particularly by such a small margin* Asked would another be called within a month as suggested by one trustee at an earlier public meeting, he said he could not say  at this time. It would be necessary to ascertain the procedures first.  tice and conflicting with other  events the same night, Mature Night, established for the  first time last October, proved  a successful venture. It was  originally planned as an annual  event but due to numerous requests the recreation commission' has decided to arrange  ;tJi^ ������oi?7lour performances a  Recent, similar event organ-  i-(Ba^bjr-*the' Hphinstone*- students, revealed a -wealth of talent available and providing cooperation is obtained, it is felt  first rate entertainment will  be offered.  The commission has a number of recreational projects  planned for the future, many of  therefore   necessary   to   raise  funds. The  more acquired  by  ���see page 7  Gibsons breakwater  Sriven broader look  - Final check of how areas, voted might reveal slight  variations in thc following figures complied up to Sunday:  ���'  By acclamation .  P 0 P U L-'A R   cfermaii  Christine   Johnston    re-^  turns   to TSechelt   Village  Council for another term.  GIBSONS  Municipal  Council,  actively pursuing pros-   She    returned    unopposed*  pects of a breakwater, received further correspond-   following  a  petition from  ence last week from A.vVY. Walkey of the department of   residents asking her to re-  transpprt, in which H was indicated the department had   stand for office.  taken a second look at the proposed project,  Previous  suggestions  by, the    -';-.;-, ������������ :;���; ������ ������-  department included a breakwater considered totally Inadc*  quate frqm a long-term point of  view.   Following  a   subsequent  Bowbn Island  Douglas  :. 12  _ 19  Davis Bay   G'atnbia .__�����!.��� ..��� 15  84  32  13  9  77  I '^^J��S^��StS^taWtMS!V8^**,Hll��"wl#!MWi  Gibsons Elementary  Iiarigdale _.-..���-   I?oVt Molloii  ,.���_  School "Bd Office �����  Kobcrts Creek .   Gibsons Village Ifau   54  REFERENDUM ONLY  Egmont -------.������-.-���  Halfmoon Bay .^_7fl  Garden Bay ���....��� mm  Irvlnos Lnndltig -.��,,-  JVIndclra Park _������   Nelson Island 77._,.���  Sechelt Elementai'y �����  West Sechelt    Totals 315  Horvath  7  23  8  70  30  15  7  66  Fis- Jack-  her   son  Ref.  13  23  13  69  29  8  7  53  "50  7  28  11  58  20  12  5  63  80"  Yes  9  i 22  13  64  27  13  14  41  |��1ffl,*rt*p"p-*M��.~fc.  224  ���ifi'l*0��**����H*��-i*��J*''  No  4  10  4  35  12  3  4  51  272    205 , 2��  3  27  8  0  25  " 5~'"  73  U  570  13  2  17  10  61   ^'0'  64  . 4  423  dlfipusslon with MP JackJgavis,  council had suggested IfTloat-  ing breakwater which could be  moved and* expanded as occasion demanded.  In his letter, Mr. Walkey explained floaUng breakwaters  wera in most cases installed  only as a last ,msort or where  conditions wnrrilntcd. A rock  wall Is much easier to maintain and duo to tho depth of  water and nature of tho bay,  it was now folt this would bo  the better proposition. '  ��w~Tho��-��pro vlou s - pi a n~ wblch-1 n*  eluded n wall from the bluffs  toward the existing wlwf  break- was rejected by council  ns ImpracUcnl for p r o �� o n t  needs, The lntest plans submit*  ted as a tentative suggestion ln*  cludo n rock breakwater from  tho bluffs extending toward tho  wharf and another ono from  near the old, Co-op otoro ox-  tending townrdi tho bluffs, Ic^v-  Ing a gap lot access to tho bny,  Council Htneed thlH wah by  far an" improvement' and^moved  at this time to write a' letter  to Mr, Cnrtwright asking him  ���-see page 5  n  >  \  A '  A  ���i.>  i)  A)  i;  A  ���y<  I  ��� ������������)������  ���-,.>  A*  J'p  il >  Topped, polls  (Back again  ONE-TIME commissioner  Laurits. Hansen returns  to public Ilfo, ho has served previously on Sechelt  Village   Commission,    He  ACTIVE in community af- and Ray Clarke will re-  fairs, Ray, Clarke topped place BUI Swain and Ber-  tho polls in his bid for a nel Gordon who have de<  seat on Sechelt Village elded Jo stand down this  Council.           ,,           k year.                       ,  |riT*'<p"p'.,  ��� \  ,   .        ' ,  ..,.. , t,M ������*_'  =7 '  . ���-. ��� .    ������    *. ��� !���, t--'^Ai:AZA0mm^mm  r--  pjcge 2 '    Seefftd^'F-eclBsdfa Tames      W<edt��. Dec 15, 1365    gg^r ESTATE  _JL  F02 SA1E (Continued)  ���sftaww^  f   ilk^srPsrssr^^ft^,       Te_fe?fecse 835-5^554  AD  -St     ^- ; ������ :   * ��__��� l-fet EaajdL I Be-Stsc-Bas*  I  *  *  I  _W��4Ptoll*'��^��!P*��^PPPfl''PP!*--^^15!i;*^**^WttW*,*W  Fufcfeherf- WsdnsssdcPFS Is* ?&e  Secftest   Rssnrsssfc  Tj-ra.es Ls�����   cS  WOKft WAMTED  Martfcer, Aatfi S*sressa;  Cassmsd A^hfgrfsasg. 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GSADE TWO tsadfegr rs^sir- ���  ed s> teacfe at GSsses E^a-  eassrj: Scssol H__. .is a 13 -rsom  5-tipaL ssea ss.. he. iscresseS- S3.  IT r*sGE2s. .was -C* pspis.  sbjceM .app��v &> thse Secretary-  IraasEKr. ScfeeoS '.District $a.  ���JS c.Sagielt.t Bax _2_\ <5bsoos.  Bl���;  (TeL S3S**22:p|I'��.  S5X9-2  "Mrs..' f-fes'pdc V/'slison'  !'Vy��- yj. 7��ars- ia &u__aesi..  REQ U'l&ES ,SALAIL: BGKERS.,  Pticttti *BS*3~��i<jr write- c a. Box,  :M*t.   St}��:h��Mt... ,.���,.. afiZS-tfe:.,,  WAN'HED' Misceffaneaus  SS&25����.  g8S^S8__ 8S&-3Sa ese.  ^T4*-2  ��� ���������. -, : 1   PUiEPOISi. Say,  _5# Sl  s&e..-  er^s.  &eac_i.-'-fi_ss-i" ______   srgfs  W30iar, isgte asxf raasi,. ssstafcfe  fer aasj cssrz **��*. ssari3xa. FP  --'-$l*M&-'''��iAdfeffi2^--"-iJ2G^  waserfe-s^age s'ssstsMe. Sszr  sfase Coses. Pmxfecss O*. LcsL  ESsx 2S&. Saci^S^..., 3.C.  -   AUTOS & TRUCKS  I35J I^SKMr 5��asaa_ wages,  sas-sess. sssz-3.  CSB-_STDC__S. trees . 6w   eatjh.  -Fir,    34.    bundle,    Pine   J5.' ' ���~   Jforxh   West.   ChriAtiftias.   Trees    FOR SAi��  ltd. Phone WE k&it ' '     '  ���-P-������--������ " ��� :''-"5-S��52  1553.   M.4Sfrix!��_l_7.   set   srai-  _aa_L ,Srt��a??fr isr part aaef S  tires.,  SSSsS,  SSL-   l*SQ_e  S3E-  .2553: S557-2  iSS?  l_CEEE?SA___Ce*J-L.  r^   tear  'Ffcaap. S*3i. ���a��l. Art. .ft .385**  SSSSV '3S*5-2  1352'     POXfL&C,     g!3��3d.     B33&33T  asd. gsod .ro&oer. P&ooe, 8&-  3_2T aSer 6:30 F-aa.        9OT-2  iSas^ 2-TOS Dodge* jaek-ajj. Eea-  ter ^3af���-r2��_ffls.., GoocS' astafiEaja.  ��� Eea:*soaMe   price..   P6oce  335-  2115. S579-2  MACHINERY  ��� .Docniaa .Diesei P��wer Places.  '"'Sffouioed':'" oa''"'3Mi��s'"'ia" a*-aew'  (rondicion., Bejj��acemeirE' cost  51O,i>0fl-pto:.,,WiJat.,of-etat- Write-  or ' ''pfe?ae71" Mis' Equipnaneat,  FAot of Carrali' ..Street. Va.n-  cottypr'. *r .B.C,, T^pfaanfi: JIU'  '4Hi��m or 'BE. s-tanq.     9093naTn'  fa%'  pas&jffi-asK.   ���-_ S121iS5 -  BsecS Easf waslj^r -- $A&M  m M  Marssm^M. ���vzsssier .: ; S29.^  SsSigScely was-asr. ��� $33.36  _fa��_ss CsS&sge electrie  rs3^2-    . ___.   S33J3&  Wsti^&s& Caaa.ge elecaic  ..    CTRggl      _'���. -..- .- ,. ���,-V-,__:_7 'f -^83J5  Wessfca^sesse saigs ___._" f?9^  -feed TV    $i3J5  PARKBTS HARDWARE '  See&els: Pfcoae _SS*25.7i  FOSTABi_E     ekcSzic     Srtg*r   aesfiag ataai___e��� older m&d-  el.,. $SS_ lTss_erwo��d; sEasdard  tjfiewriser,, $S5, JaijastaMe ��-  qpsag'-boaiBti, $&. Sals aad pep- ������  per esilectissis,. 33c pair. Mrs;  Y 31, Hastiffi. Prs-U 'Soad. Glb-  .sobsw-  ���������-SS3Wfn--  ��� S75-CASH  '52 Studetjaker  Good, trarsportatton. Can be  seen, ct  Home Ofi  Service  ���SsctEpco, Sechelt.  t 3578-5  EUB3SR. stamps of -afl  des-  esipti'asss:' may  be  obtained  as T&e Ttnsea. Phone 835-965-L  Quick segncz oq all orders.  CHICKESSv   5Cc   eacfe.   Ready  fer  freezer  idressed).   $1.00.  PfaO'i3>e 8m-2843. 9S63-tfn  ill  ACCESSORIES  Paint - Fifareglass - Rcpe  ^ Qsnycs, - Boot. Hardv-are  Walt iwgren sales  ..LTD, '..,_.       Gibsons. B.C  Phone 886-9303  T33p7*tftr  Vorm M4y*M  '(teetfotl ti)  IAHV tl&f  fiotiee ot it&zMitm U hp$&f fee  fn t.apfKJ .ie��or4S��^* ti'i^xkt-  of Vancouver and Mtoutte mt-  B_arth *h��>r<f of Sfcoo&u/acfeof^  Sarrerm, m ihfi <rttmity oi E#  must *Kd ��a��t Of fctt 7172, t^.  ea*t h'umAn-ty ftf I/-t 7J72 l^-*'  ijt4 the west ba��fKl��ry <rf Ipfiaafi" ,  hold to be apjfiiftc* far. ,>  Tak�� R0tk���' lhat Larry Bsatg- ���'"  Us   Sealey ��� of   212.   West   4Sfe  Ave.,     Vaitontver,    occttpatoo'  surveyor, iotetuts io applj* tor  a  lease of the  following  #es-  cri!>c<i  tends:.  Commeostiig at a posrt placed at S.E. c&rner bt 7172 .beside a sttrvey pin tfeerc; thehfce  Stertb 3.7' chains; more or leas;  -taeeee East 3 '.diaia, mere ��r  less; ttsersee Soutii for 3 cfeaiffis.,  mare or less; ifoasee **������_$  V��est along btgh w-iSier osaric  5 ebam��, mare or Sess. aM'V|  csntaining 2.2 acres, more or  Less, .for tbe purpose of gammer faorae aad eveatnai resi-  deoce.  Larry Dougias Sealey  Da!��d Xov.  22.  1365  3342���Pub. Dec, J, 8, IS. 22, 'S3  FOR SALE  SecHeit" taxi" 3nd Transportation. Please submit bids to tfce  Executor. Estate of; Jofaa  George Jonas, through Mr E.  Booth, Manager. Bank <rf Montreal, Secheit, B.C.  aSH-rPiib. Dec   8, 15. 22. J3C 5  TENDER  FOR SALS. BY TEXD��B-Ooe  2 storey dormitory,- ��� frame  building with duroid roof, <eon-'  tains 30 rooms. May be torn  down or removed from site.  Highest tender not necessarily  accepted as we are primarify  interested in quick disposal.  All tenders are to be in by January 3, 1366.. Address tbem t<?;  G. R. Rugate,. Townsite Sup-  ervisor, Canadian Forest Products   Ltd.'.   Port  Mellon;   B.C.  95.53--Pub.   Dec. S,  15, 1965  memsmm  ^Q��SASCr''Wn^tvH^9iaap-zym:w'r'C0t>(^ brycieaniB&  busi-  P3Kr,..CC3t: ��e.atoms,, ,��r K       neif.'j.     'Gibmm1   Sunnycrest  FOR RENT  �����.', saas-^sam*..'  LOW winter rates���daily, ���weeic-'  -ly,   mo^thIi.���.   Fully   modern  suite.   Big   Maple  Motel,   S8&-  3513. . SSSS-tfn  \*T_iTER rates by the week or  month. $50 p and Up, all icefcu-  sive.. Also trailer space. Pl-ane  _.���.   , , 885-95^.'VMtfWn,,.,70tt��VMotd-;  .ClrBW/   awi Jxiste' 'Lucfcm:   WUsoa C^reek. _6I6-tfti  'Wish   clieir   rainy   triendi   a ��� , ������   Merry; .Christmas and a Happy    TWO bedijroom suite in Sectielt  New Vear.  In lieu of cards a.      above Red 'and, White- Store.  deflation has .been .ma<de te>-|5ave    *^uU?  modern.  Pbqme 885-0JS6.  , The Children  Fund.     ,  , 93S>-2 >       ..,.��������� 9634-32   ;'    TO 'ALL oar friends hnd eust-  om(*rs  sincere  wishes  (or a  'very  K?ppy   Chri.4tmas,   D��jna*  ,^,*mim��*��:.i>m.M*,��m��m.fff)l\'.t't,fJ/** th**wKl5tCTTI'���If)la'f ���''Catl-,  ; cer Fund will, ba /i��nt In liett  -of   Chr^trpa.1'1 card... '���Vince  , and Anne Prewcr,,  ���     i 95��4*3  iOST  ,\EW suite���t bedroom, bathroom, combination Jcttch.en-  lty:Uu& 'emm. All eleetrie, New  '$tow"lajjtf-fri*^  ry roewn. Phone 83WW33 after  5 pjn.' '        S&S--3  .VfODERX 2 be��ln��m ��uite now,  avaflaWC ' S8&2St6.'   '    9377*5  2. BIRD.. catfe*,, PUonei 8Hn.,_��57.  '.)5BT,2  ELALEIGH, fatcyck- ('.'boy'fii,  22"  1 ,: wiite ��uad, carrier' aad lights.  "S25.1, 3��S#J<j3 .after f punt,.. .  WW "7 jay; bee; used  FURNITURE  Phone 886-2346, Gibsons  Next to Ken's Packing  Beer battles. We buy and  sell everythifjg  999Htfn  ,i- i.    I, i .,  W��K>f)��~Alder---^'?~**"*ftr"~"yti;,*~*t  dry millwood, $u, maple $12.  Delivered anywhere on Peninsula. Phone 886-9674.. Al Cook,  North Road. Gibsons, ���   9*518*52  asW'i i(^..SJwpptnff ' .Plaza.��� UM-saL,  ��� ���     a(>  9����3*S2  FOR   LETTKRFfEADS^   envelopes,     jtacements,     Invoices  and   all   commercial   pnntmg,  contact   the   Times.  v'ice on' all orders.  office   at  mtEMIZMEM  The Times  Phone 885-9624  rt.  *'IR.ST    World , War    19U-1318  ,+ervlce dikhar��e biitton. ;S2  neward," Prea'*i'e''''Teare'' at* Times"!  office,  3569*5  CHRISTMAS      3!*dftl*~aUrwc  SELMA Park, small furnbhed       tive new Danish modern din-  modem cottage.,, Full ��� plumb*   ^tte suites. Selection Of differ*  ing,,,.,fridge.���.,Sait t..,or,..2.p��dults,7,cnt colors. Reduced   to   JS9.  JM per month. Harry Hill 8H5- , Richter'a Radio and TV, Sech*  2 NEW SUBDIVISIONS "'''"  '   WATERFRONT  Eorls Cove Subdivision ��� adjacent to Earls Cove  ferry terminal on the Sunshine Coast Highway,  ':*./���  ��S?  rt��BI>S6M��*ifl��i*��l��S*  976-t,  4,1  93��3-5,   ell, 885*3777,  MW-tCn  Madeira Park SuUHvblon, *������ overlooking  Ponder  Harbour and Gulf ��� 10% down ��� easy  terms  on balance Discount lor cailv.-  FOR SAU7UY OWNER  0. SLADRY ��� Madplra Park7 B.C.  Phono 883*2233 or phono North Ydncoiim  9884934  'C,l  i >' -ffl-rrtr -t "^7 ���>  * p*>���� -Mt"* **��� "sw^Hji. -c-^  *"fc^_. ��^AW!cHl^l<��i������*S*i*fp**��if;a    u  (  W-��C|  Owners responsibility  -0!_St���l  ��� ���  THERE is a limit to what might be expefcted of council,  and this was made clear at last regular meeting  when a request that council provide drainage to a property on Cochrane Road, was turned down.  Commissioner    Jim    Drum-  inond said he failed to see why    fore  applied  to  the  highways  it should be considered the re-    departn^nt_to_jgMJQw_i��fficial_  sponsibility of  cpundtr~"They    foacTopened up.  know   it   is < swamp   property  when they buy it," he added.  Chairman Alf Ritchey agreed,  expressing the opinion ,< that  when people purchase a 'tot. of  this nature they Should be responsible for drainage.  It was moved that the applicant be informed accordingly  with   suggestions   as   to   best  Reply last week from Mr. W.  Underwood indicated the department had no plans for constructing the road although he  admitted a road allowance existed.  It was moved a letter be sent  to Mr. Underwood pointing out  that the village has spent a  considerable sum of money on  means of carrying out drain- thg> _^xisting road, major re-  age, pairs are now required and  SIDEWALK TENDERS that council does not consider  Lowest tender of $11,250 by .A.  Imperial Paving for sidewalks    Mark Centennial . .  within Gibsons,  was  accepted.     *-"'   Commissioner Feeney noted no  local tenders had been received.  He was told by Commissioner  Drummond that one local contractor had since stated he  could have done the work for  $7,000. "However, he had not  bothered to put in a tender,-* he  said.  Comm.    Feeney    commented  that he too had received similar  this to be a municipal responsibility.  BYLAW CHANGE _  Requests fof permits for construction of small homes in the  village, are causing some concern.  Most of them6" are of the  small prefabricated type of  summer home which it is felt  are no asset to the district as  a whole. Latest request was for  a one and a half-storey struct  ture, containing six rooms and  a bathroom, all over aid area  of 600 square feet.   ��oinin^-Sanpi^F4ad3gerTa_reed-  with iCpmm. Drummond that  such permits should be refused.  However, under the present bylaw there is little council can  do.  "  Comm. Drummond said he  felt the time. had come to  change the bylaw. This particular structure appeared to be  an A-frame which certainly  would be out of place in the village.  It was moved permit be  tabled until plans are received.  Wed., Dec. 15, 1965      SecMf Peninsula Times      Page 3  Pender Solars!  ���    ���&X R*y Williamson  The Haida and Nootka house  teams are battling it out every  lunch hour for more points and  the house scores are close with  32 points for the Haidas an<_ 29  points for the Nootkas.-  The Future Nurses' Club is  doing all kirids pf 7 gruesome  things down atthe Sechelt hos-  THIS FRIDAY Pender will host  basketball teams from Elphinstone and Brooks. The junior  girls will,lead off followed by  the. senior girls, -junior boys  and finally the . senior. boys'  game will highlight the evening.   The   games   start   at   5  o'clock and admission will be    wiugo Uuwu-�� me owu��u uos-  JSc. Hot dogs and-j>QnL-mav-be���H9Jt_JT^ut-tfa^y-^aJm~they^afe  purchased atthe kitchen.    ,-...     enjoying- themselves^- r~?  Windshield  with  stickers  plates  BRITISH ^Columbia ^motorists  will    receive    a    windshield  sticker with their licence, plates  .������-. m ^ ,,���� ���-___-������-�� a,u��._i in l?** and &e Provincial,Cen-  statements regarding other pro- tenni^ Committee hopes all  jects which were obviously far residents will display them on  out. their cars.  ROAD PROBLEM  Existing road to the garbage  dump is not the true gazetted  road and is believed to go over  private property. Council there-  Sunshine Coast  Gospel Church  (Undenominotionol)  Sunday School  10 a.m.  Church Service  11:15 a.m.  PASTOR REV. S. CASSELLS  Selma Park Community Hall  The sticker will commemorate the Centenary of 1966. The  year 1966 marks 100 years since  the Union of the Crown Colonies of Vancouver island and  British Columbia, and 1967 is  the 100th birthday of Confederation.  L. J. Wallace, general chairman of the Canadian Confederation Centennial' Committee of  British Columbia states that use  of the windshield stickers will  greatly advertise the two-year  centennial celebrations ��� especially when it is seen outside  this province.  There  is   actually   no   single  birthday' for 'the Province of  British Columbia in its modern  form. The Crown Colony of  Vancouver Island was established in 1849. In 1852 the Queen  Charlotte Islands came under  jurisdiction pf. Vancouver...... Island's Governor, James Douglas. In 1858 the mainland  colony of British Columbia  came into being. Then in 1866  the parts were pulled together  to form the province as it is  known today.  The decision that event in  conjunction with the 1967 celebration of the birth of Confederation was reached by the  British Columbia Legislature.  Planning for the 1967 events is  being done in conjunction with  the federal government. Planning for 1966 is more provincial  in nature. Both years will be  marked by extensive celebrations,  NICK'S ELECTRIC  Pender Harbour  For all your wiring needs  Commercial - Residential -  Industrial  Phone 883-2516  R.R. 1, Madeira Park  Marine: Supplies Service  GARDEN BAY  BOATWORKS  A COMPLETE LINE OF  BOAT REPAIRS  Garden Bay, B.C.'  Phone 883-2366  BETHEL BAPTIST  CHURCH  SECHELT  SERVICES  Sunday School ��� 10 a.m.  Church Service ��� 11:15 a.m.  Prayer ��� Wednesday 7:30 p.m.  ��� REV. A7WILUS >  PASTOR  You are invited to attend  any or eoch service,  Aromd the Village  ST. JOHN'S    '  UNITED CHURCH  Wilson Creek, B.C.  Sunday School���9:45 a.m.  Divine Worship���-11:15 a.m.  Led by Miss H. E. Campbell  . p *     *   '.  Except on 2nd Sunday each  month  family Servlco���I 1:15 a.m.  Divtno Service���3:30, p.m.,  Led by Rov, W. M. Oameron  MR. AND MRS. E. T. Rayner  of Rockwood Locjlge received  a surprise visit last week from  Mr. John Edwards "(formerly  of West Vancouver and now  living In Ottawa. Mr; Edwards  was a frequent summer visitor  to the area many years ago  and plans to retire hero in tho  near future.  JPnm  and   Ron  Jones,  dau*  ghter and sop-inlaw of Mr. and  M rs.   ��uy Winning   of   Ole's  Cove will soon be; returning  home from their holiday, in,  "England, They are presently  staying with Ron's mother and  father in Liverpool and havo  visited Paris and many parts of  Britain, They plan to fly hack  to Canada on January 8th,  Mr��,   W.   Uystedi's   mother  nnd fntlier,  Mr. and  Mrs.  S.  L. Fourn and sister Kay from  -.Saskatoon   Are   holidaying   In  Sechelt,  After Christmas  they  will accompany Mr. and Mrs.  Bystedt on a trip south to California...' .������    ..  Sechel. Peninsula  Unitarian Fellowship  Regular Meeting  each Thursday  8:00 p.m.  Earl Haig Camp  Roberts Creek  *&mmmmmmm**m0ftm<mm0Mm*mmm*mmm<m+mm*M   Scows"'���-"togs'   SECHELT TOWING  & SALVAGE LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving  & Log Towing  L. HIGGS  Phone 885-9425  Phone 885-2062  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  "Electrical Contractors  Appliances - Electric Heat  Phone 885-2062  TREE FALLING  TOPPIt^G,0B REMOVING  LOWER LIMBS FOR VIEW.    l  Insured work from Port Mellon  to Pender Harbour "fi  PV SERVICES LTD.  Marven Volen 886-9946  Dijgby Portier 886-9615  |      L & H. SWANSON LTD.  Septic Tanks and Drain Fields  Backhoo and Front End  Loader Work  Screened Cement Gravel  fill and (load Gravel  Phone 885-9666  Boh 172 "Sechelt  CLYDES CYCLES  Highway 101 - Pine Road  Gibsons, B.C.  Serving the Sechelt Peninsula  Service ond Accessories for oil  Motorcycles.  We pick up and deliver your bike  Phone 886-9572  Open to 10 p.m. 7 days a week  CUSTOM TRACTOR WORK  BACK HOE-DITCHING  EXCAVATING CONTRACTING  GRAVER TOP SOIt AND FILL  Let us solve your problems  ED FIEDLER - GIBSONS  Phone 886-7764  ELECTRA-CLEAN  Upholstery Cleaning  Carpets - Furniture -  .   Rugs"  for__appointment  Phone 886-9890  Frank E.   Decker  OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block  Gibsons  Every Wednesday  886-2166  PENINSULA  BUILDING SUPPLY  "The House With A Heart"  EL. J. Caldwell, Proprietor  Box 97 ���* Sechelt. B.C.  Phone Sechelt 885-9669  TINGLEYS  HI-HEAT  SALES and SERVICE  for all your heating  requirements  4/ Oil Co.'s Finance Plans  C. E.' (Cal) Tingley  Box No, 417, Sechelt  885-9636 ��� 885-9332  Tho  Anglican Church  6f CANADA  Rector Rev. Jnnics to, FcrflUNxon. BA  Phono 885*?7!)3  -JLth,  /'  Sunday/ December 19th, 1965  ST. MARY'S���GARDEN BAY  Communion-���* 11:00 a.m,  CHURCH OF HIS PRESENCE  Evonsong*---3;00 p.m.  ST. HILDA'S���SECHELT  Sorvico of nine lessons and carols���7:30  p.m.  ECHELT  HOMES  PORPOISE BAY  (Sechelt)   B.C,  Air Charter & Aircraft Bflaititensptice  Fishing Contract Flying  Hunting  Freight  AiriTaxi  Sightseeing Tours  Timber praising  Air Ambulance  -  / " .'     ��������� �� -;. L  PHONE SECHELT 885*95���� AND B0W FMGHT  t  r  ���������{���  **^4st*��WiwW'a����i51^*"P'*S'^1^ f  11  ���;:  f' ,  ^,.V*.,w-*..tjl��ji-*���-���**-_���*-���* n      *-^***^-i*��-p*��^��p*��^^  &yt(**i*.^_-'iihr*��rf***^.p^t**,-t- * -AiatolTMu  77!!^fe!iMa��  *?<*  !* r  " ��� r  _ *  ���        7      "���'--.--    ^ose 4      Sechelt Peninsulo Times      Wed., Dec. 15, ,1965  Sechfu PENINSinLA^kwe*  "/ racy fce nw/ig, 6��rf / .&#// no/ .���. so wrong as to jail to say iwhat I Relieve to be right."���-John Atkins  ���-" t '������ ���    ��� '  ���       '  ���' ��� ^       Wednesday, December 15, 1965    ���������. -������_���- .! ���  ���" ��� ��� ���   "���*���- *  Freedom fir State $j��mtmA  CRY for nationalization of the B.C. Telephone  Company, appears to be gaining momentum and perhaps from some points of view,  not without due course.  Take  over  of _ih��_HydroL-lias -prcased  reasonably satisfactory anci it is .quite logical  to assume B.C. Telephone and perhaps one or  two other utilities should also come under government control. Certainly an enthusiastic  socialist would present a heart-warming picture  of such an enterprise1.  There is fortunately one little stumbling  block; despite a strong socialist element in certain quarters, we still like to think we live in  democratic society and indeed to large extent  we do. To those of us who appreciate freedom, nationalization smells far too strongly of  the Kremlin, and while Premier Bennett might  have had extremeley good cause to take over  the Hydro complex, he is undoubtely well  iiwaie _q�� lhe necessity to step_ lightly henceforth.      '      " ..���.*>*  Desirable though the need might seem for  take over Of other combines, the vital question  is, where do we stop? Ardent, desire for control  invariably leads to a dictatorship, an  abominable mode of life deplored by any  responsible citizen capable of thinking for him-  ^IT7       T"7^ ....'.. ������       ~...     ���...  ..... ~  Free enterprise certainly has its faults.  They are, however, vastly outweighed by the  fetters of state control or ultimate communism.  At the present time, private enterprise is  reasonably well controlled and works quite  efficiently. Past experience has shown that  state control rarely reduces prices and offers  little claim to increasing efficiency.  Seven years of British socialism should  have been a lesson to the free world. Almost  without exception, every industry knifed by the  blade of nationalization, proved a dismal  failure. Cost increased, efficiency of operation  was a music hall joke anid an unhealthy body of  power-crazy socialists were kicked out in time  to avoid nationalization of land and even  worse, that famous institution, the English Pub,  by which time the country faced bankruptcy.  Progress   Through Strength  NOW an integral part of the Peninsular the  Sechelt Peninsula Times weathered early  teething troubles and has now entered its third  year of publication.  From the outset it was obvious that a  lively publication was badly needed in the  district and subsequent progress has prdved  this to be fact. Circulation grows each week,  more and more advertisers, both local and  national, indicate their approval of The Times  by using our advertising columns, while orders  for commercial printing requirements climb  steadily.  Growth such as this does not just happen;  it involves earning the confidence and respect,  of the public, which is by no means an easy  task. Naturally, enemies are made in the process, for any newspaper inevitably prints something destined to incur the displeasure of someone.  This is an occupational hazard literally  impossible to avoid, and of course there is always the local busybody who will scour the  pages of a newspaper in order to find 'an item  to sound-off about.  Jn this respect The Times has eliminated  the rabid writer of scurrilous literature,'" simply  by refusing,to publish such garbage.  This does not mean a policy of fence-  sitting. On the contrary,, by adopting a lively  outspoken approach, the respect necessary to  economic development 'has been very evident.  Spme ofour advertisers have been  badgered by petty individuals for giving their  business to Thc Timts because it is printed in  Powell River and it is implied that large profits  go from the Peninsula. Wfc buy our product  "out of town" just as all merchants do, but  otherwise wc are bringing money INTO the  Peninsula, ������������������'  ���,-....,,,i....���..������...���   It i.s doubtful if any businessman is sufficiently gullible to fall for this childish gibberish. The sorry saga of The Vancouver.  Times which managed to survive for onc year  at tremendous cost, is sufficient to indicate the  problems of building a newspaper.  This does not mean The Times is a financial  loss, The margin between profit and loss is  narrowing and any profit made, certainly will  not go off thc Peninsula. Present quarters have  y already: been expanded, a .valuable site has  been purchased al considerable expense for thc  'mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm-m,  ���mmmmmmmmmmmmmi  *B^EwPwmuu7^ '  Published Wednesday, at Sechelt   on h.C.'h Sunshine Coast  .����M.����.*��w^.&cciicIUP.cninhultt��Tta  Itox 381 ���SbchfcU, B.C.  'Serving the area J ton, Pari Mellon lo'tiftmoM  (Howe Sound to/crvls Inlet)       ���  Douglas G, Wheeler, lUlttor  S, n,Ahn(irtl, Pnhlhh'er    ',"���'���  Subscription Rule*:'  ,   .,        .,       (in advance)  I  Year, $-5.-2  Year?, $9-3 Yean, $13  U,i>, nnd rweJgn,rJWCJ,  S3WAJS  1   **i  Expansion of Sechelt boundary proposed ,v  /***.,"�� J^   P**"**                   --     .   ^wl>        ��** ��  *tvVic**! ��<���>�� }   i~ "^ Y . %  A/It y~-*AA  Hey! Y'know that Little spot we couldn't figure out within our  new boundary? Well I found out what it i. . . . Vancouver.  ���Created spedally for Set lull Penmutla times h\ Graham Harrop  ammmm m      ���-������ ���n--   ��� ������������������Ii*��� ��� mm  ������ *��������� ��� ���im���n mi ��� ���������������������������*- .��� ��� m   ������  ���       -i mi ���'������ mi ���������_������*-���-������������ -.__!  The Readers Right  Letters to the Editor must carry a signature and address, aUhough a  pen-name rtjuy be used for publication.  Help appreciated  future home "'of The "Timesand tne publishers  have also purchased other property on the  Peninsula, It will be many years before expenses to date are caught up. *  It is too bad respectable merchants are  unable to advertise or purchase their printing  requisites where they wish without having to  endure a tiresome tirade. The answer, however,  is simple. We live in a comparatively free  country and no one has to take this sort of  dictatorship.  Minnie Messages  "Most people are bothered by  those passages op Scripture they  do not understand; but . . . the  passages that bother me are those  I do understand". ��� Mark Twain  Justice was Vindicated  "For he hath made Him to be sin for us. who  knew no sin; that we might be made the righteousness  ofGodinhim.'r2,Cor,5 v2I   As we ponder this scripture verse our very souls  shudder at such an infinite sacrifice. "Why," wc cry,  "should this be?" A lover of God and His Word  knows that the God who created us in His image and  likn.es-> loved us with an everlasting love. "Your  iniquities have separated between you and your God  and your sins have hid His face from you." Isa 59 '  v 2. We could not get back to God, our only hope  was in God coming-'to.in, but how? I.ove'found a  way. .The awful majesty of God \yas mercifully  sheathed in Ihc soft envelope of human nature to  protect mankind, V  ��� ' '    ���      . 'i  When lie was made sin for us; then He lost  fellowship with ihc Father, He was not condemned,  but He took the guilt of the condemned and Mood ,  in ihc place of the condemned. He wns not a sinner,  but He was, by voluntary'substitution, in Ihe position  of a sinner, Thus in n manner, utterly incomprehensible to us, Ictus struggled all alone with Ihc hideous*  , ness of sin and the wraih it occasioned, Having shared  the glory, of the Father in eternity past, can wc even  begin to appreciate iho Inexpressible suffocation of  , soul which closed In upon Him In .his hour,of terrible  grief, being cut off from Ihc Father, This accounts  for ihe surging soul outburst in the ninth hour; "My  God, my G(kl, why hast thou forsaken me?"  During the thfee hours of Indescribable suffering,  the work He so decidedly desired io finish reached  its completion, The Jawwas fulfilled; (he'justice of  tiod was vindicated; the salvation of men was as-,  Hurc<I, Then, and then only, ns it would seem lo our  finite and faulty discernment, the Father smiled again  ^w|Uirgloriousp.u��pprnviil��iipon-Hii-f^^  was put away by Ihc death of Himself. The darkness  disappeared and heaven opened to Ills view, Fellow-  nhip wa�� rcMorcd. Then He could pray, Then He  did pray. "Father forgive them",  "OiiiHImAlmlglHy vcnRcancfc fcll7  Which would have sunk a world to Hell  He bore ll for a chosen race,  ... And thus become*our hldlnjjplace."  ���H, Cassells, .Sunshine Coast Gospel Church  Editor, The Times-  Sir���On behalf of the Canadian Arthritis and Rheumatism  Society I should like to offer  you sincere thanks for your support in our fight against arthritis. Without your help it would  have been impossible to inform  British Columbians of the work  of the society. 7  An understanding attitude towards the health, financial and  emotional problems created by  arthritis is of the utmost importance and this can be  achieved only by positive knowledge It is in this rej>pect that  you have played a most important part With sour co-operation  we havc been able to bring the  information about arthritis and  its treatment to all those who  need it.  We wish you and your staff  happiness at Christmastime and  success in 1966.  -vSUSAN  MEEK (Mrs.),  information officer.  THIS LABEL ON YOUR  PRINTING GUARANTEES THAT  IT IS PRODUCED UNDER  UNION  CONDITIONS  Here Iff Is Again  No Advance In Prices  TURKEYS - MONEY  i^wi-siet��*i#tm[*rB!��p��J  ifoiw,tp*s*p*Wftl**W<t'i��  <^*^mjia^*Mi��M Aif!i_|ittinM fltwJMtMMiaM-ftyu  ROBERTSCREEK  COMMUNITY HALL  TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1965  I 8:00 p.m. Sharp  _?s-35-_______-s^  PBi^4.P*��*HO��l��W*TWra��iA*PPtf��^*****. I  '���'ir.  I  'PT-'iV, *��*iftke* _y*,��^*--��,  u muiimmtf#&$mmzm  '!!*&J*&*8*^^  "*��/- V?v,~,**r'/--w  ts��. tw*1^*# ���i-ftvrffftsers,**'  it.  Wed.,. Dec. 15,1965  Sechelt Peninsulo Times -     Page 5  -*_ : :���:���  Davis' Ottawa piciry  By Jack Davis, M.P.  ELECTION post mortems are" useful in one respect.  They give us. a better idea of the sources from which  each party draws,its strengh, ethnically, regionally ariif  by age group .across, the country. Theresulte of< fhe,recent federal campaign are quite interesting;in -fids".*  First as to town and country  .. . . the Conservative is certain-  ^yTlhenfafmefs' party. Wher-  ���ever agriculture is a'major  rsource- of income Conservative  '���MPs are elected to a man. The  ;Liberal*,Party,   on   the   other  hand, seems to be the party of  ' the big city dwellers. It also at*  , tracts the vote of most business  a,nd professional men. Montreal,  Toronto and Vancouver are  .therefore strongholds of Liberal  support so, to a lesser extent,  'are Hamilton, Ottawa, Windsor  and Victoria.  The New Democratic Party  has an industrial hase���one,  however, which U confined  largely to"Ontario and B.C.  Typically, the NDP does well  in big single industrial towns  like Trail, Sudbury and Powell  River. But whether it can win  over a majority of the working  -cIass-^ote^n^ther~provinces  like the Prairies, Quebec and  the Maritimes remains to be  seen.  Social Credit has been said  to be an offshoot of the Conservative Party in the West. 1  mention this because, wherever  the Socreds ran a candidate  they took more votes away from  the Conservatives than any oth-.  er party.  The Creditiste are essentially  a party of'protest Most of them  have been elected in the backward and other low income  J areas of Quebec. As economic^  conditions improve, The fortunes of that party may continue to decline.  Age also has something to do  with the voting pattern.-. Many  young people prefer the Liberals. So do those in their 40s and  SDs^wbo-are also in the middle*  or higher income bracket. After 60 however, the Conserva^  live Party has the greatest appeal. Witness the effect of Mr.  Diefenbaker's $100 a month pension proposal in provinces with  an ageing population like  Prince'.Edward Island.      /,  Looking ahead "< our national  parties will, be forced-to recog-.  nize two,things. One is tbe con**  tinuing drift of- Canadians to  "The  Dig cities. Another is the  7'population bulge," tbe hundreds of thousands of young  Canadians who will be reaching  voting age in the late 1960s. Redistribution (which will increase  the number of city ridings) and  lowering the voting age. to-18,  will give added emphasis ��� to  these trends.  On the face of it this;means  more seats for the Liberals, and  the NDP. But other factors like  changes in leadership and new  party platforms can be even  nw>re   important.   What   jnflu-  _jmce_;these__othei__iactpES- will-  have on public opinion when the  next federal election > rolls  around in four years from now;  of coursej remains to be seen.  MORE ABOUT . :--.  �� Plans extended  -���*��� "��� *  ���from'page 1  to confirm his intentions on the  development of his marina site  in the bay area.  MEMORIAL PARK  Excellent job of impairing the  , old cemetery site on the church  corner, Gibsons, still appears -  ta.be lacking the approval of  one of the indirect members of  the- family involved.' *  -p    Beautification around the dila*  7_0dated_gravestones^carried--out���  with the family approval,  has  apparently taken in a  smaller  area' than was agreed to.  Commissioner Norm MacKay  said he had been approached by  the member of the family but  that others had expressed their  satisfaction -with the work carried out.  ; Both   Commissioners   Drummond and Fladager . said they  '" understood it was not a direct  ��� relative who was complaining.  "The   direct   relatives   appear  quite satisfied," they said.  ^_._ "Nothing was done to the  area for years. Now that we  have improved it they are kicking," said Commissioner MacKay.  Committee votes  ior pool project  WELL-attended meeting of' tfid1-  - Gibsons   Centennial  Commit**'  tee�� was  held  last Wednesday  in order to finalize plans for a  centennial year project.       "   ['  Popular demand- was for "a  swimming pool in the municf-  pal float'and park area. Sec-  ���, ond 'choice^ was for rest rooms  at the .new   Memorial   Park,  Port ^Mellon    had    previously  agreed to' join forces with the  Gibsons committee providing it  go ior the~swimming pool, and  after due discussion Wednesday,  voting _went six to two in favor  of the* pooL  Committee Chairman Sam.  Fladager said today, "it. is  possible costs will exceed our  working capital, in wh^ch"cas6  it- might be necessary ta seeK  support of fhe various organiza-j  tions. 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J, Wallace, general chairman of the British Columbia < Centennial Committee.  ;   ��� A portable indoor ninning  track, of ..tand.inl iMap, one  mile .specifications, will be  built to mark the 100th year  of thc union of ^Vancouver Is  size of the arena in which it  is used. It will fit standard size  arenas, at least 85 feet wide  nnd 90 feet long, and can be  adjusted   to   slightly   smaller  Squaringly, Yours  the;new year/ Keep--your. left  eye on. -.The- Times for- further*  development    a    ���  The-second night at the Wilson Creek Com. Halt toss- a  success  of course. What else  Highlight of, the evening for  the small folk will be the arrival of Santa Claus who will distribute goodies.  Sponsored by the Sechelt  P-TA, committee chairman Mrs.  D. Goeson emphasized that preschool youngsters and parents  are especially welcome: Refreshments will-also be served.  .ing room -and a concession  booth were badly needed, Mt.  Joe-Benner pointing "out that at  this time several football teams  are using the park.   - -   *  Mr. Frank - Newton emphasized the-need for some sort of  planning' at the park, he felt  considerable thought should-fie  given to choosing a site for the  building, taking into account future expansion. "Plans should  be drawn up and offered as a  suggestion for the future, to  Village Council," he said.   ,  TH��� TIMES IS--*    -  UNION-LABEL   NEWSPAPER  r  MORE ABOUT . v. . ? A  7  . '     / I'M Amateur, nigM,.,  ,7'\\ '���' '    'l'1" --7"',V' - ,-���*y'Maurice Hemstreet * projects^-tlttC less wfflrbefthe,  wr. T-'r vi-_/    *  _.'��''"'      '      '    *_' <       .  ml    ,        7- - demands1 for donations. - 77 ��  HEM*)' dere,. fellow, square, dancers> and, friends, and -   a list of available talent'ik  ^ enemies ,fopl That's righ% f yo-u-can't be-too cafe^ presently * heing compiled^ and- ,-  ful;. everyone has tovfce mentioned or some mayr get a> all interested are cordiafliy Sri- * "' -  furious complex. > �� 7 : ; ; ' r���  vitedJ to contact Doug Wtoeelei-  Well -enougft-of that; rmron> PTA SOOnSOTS 'ur , " ';*at/3_h-��-Tintes. office' or <any  to squarebailee'news,-' toe/Pfen-' V*��t"'-____ " ' - / rvi 'member til.the Sechelt Kecreij-  dcr, Harbour ^qiiares #&> doing CllTIStmaS COnCett ��� ^onT^otfUnission.-: ��� - 7; I  very %ett-intfeed^v0J_t*tUe��last "CHILDREN of all ages are in- PARK,BUILDING- - . 7 Z t  lesson-for'-this season, to be ;vited to attend.the Christmas V Discussing the proposed build-  held > at .'the 7 Pender---High;, Concert to be held, on Friday/ ing on Hackett Park,' members ��~~  Schodr_^yJtt-v��tf-Dec.^4,^1965r7-December^l7��� a1r^:3<r^.mT^n^~agreeT_~ttiat rest rooms; ehang-  andwill* continue again -after -- the- activity- room' of  Sechelt  Elementary" School. -  --A" Christmas Pageant will  be presented and' church choirs  will sing carols, Mrs. H. Stock-  well, the Rev. and Mrs. J". Fergusson    will   'also   lead    the  when it comes to square danc--*-, yoS*___ iT^e^��1 s�����?g  im? for the fun of it? My grand- --��-��� *��� -*  mother always said anything  worth doing was worth doing  well and to do something well,  one has to put a little effort  into doing anything worth doing well. SHEESH! That doesn't even make sense to me,  Or. does it?  The Jr. square dancers.will  wind up this half b_The season  on Friday, night, Dec. n? 1965s i  and you don't have to- belieite �����  me that Ihey are doing just.  great- Any of the mothers or  fathers, *or both, may* come in  and watch any time. Of course,'  jat^y,   we   haven't   seen   too  many, parents. �����*  ' Wups, I must interrupt this  line of square dance news to  bring you a special - bulletin  Straight from the north.-Flash  ���r-Christmas is only Kkdays a-  way. I bet you're glad I men- ,  tioned this, to you. What-have  you forgotten? Maybe that .the -  Gibsons Squarenaders are'holding their annual, Christmas  party at the Hopkins Hall" eh  Dec. 18, 1965. That's a Saturday Jiight, square dance style.  Caller,  Harry Robertson.  v, Sechelt Promenaders are  holding their Christmas square  dance at .the St.v^HUda^Hall,  Sat. night, De���� 18, 1965, with  yours truly squaringly at the  ���miqrophone. For further details, phone Pres. Gordon McCourt 885-9768.,  Well, I guess I had better  put this column to bed so 1  will see yon at the square  dance. Just remember the golden rule that fits all occasions,  do unto others, as you would  have them do unto you.  McCt*Sloch Financing Plan  < Many old German mining  terms originating in Saxony  havc been adopted in other languages.  To purchasers of ihe famous  McCuIIoch Chain- Saws;  We . now offer complete financing -by -  McCuIIoch Chainsaw Consumer Finance.  Easy on-the-spot financing with    ���- -  low carrying charges.  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Three limestone blocks 63x1 J  xlO feet in the Temple of Jup*1  Iter���built In A.D, 150 at Baal*  bek near Damascus���are the  largest ever used in building,  GIANT  TURKEY BINGO  ��Hm   )*��< *t#t,v.> ssfixtoi Byj-tMiptm^e**.W'*����*i<Wfi^  Friday, December 17  8:00 p.m.  CHOICE GRADE A 20 LB, TURKEYS  OR $10 CASH  \\"  20th GAIV3E WORTH $20  i J*��M iWiWiwaWlW**" i** t**��  :���'  ��r  r  ���I  ,  p  ������^H^-^rtlt^it*,**^*^*^^*,,,  10, ����<"--wfe *��* tl*  *$��  t  ^*^%i^.^.^*^S^i��p.i.X.^^L^ ^V^^^^..*Ji^���**>A*?��wiW(.w^.*.p4s��^piK,. Pt^i^p^^sM^*^*^1.^*?*^^0**--*  '   rtffi*  (���*)  Page 8      Sechelt Peninsula Times..    Wed., Dec. 15. 1965  Auxiliary elects  executive slate  ST. HILDA'S Women's Auxiliary at the annual meeting:  on December 6, elected Mrs. S.  Bryant as the president for  coming year. Mrs. fv, Dame is  immediate past president, Mrs.  D. Hayward secretary, and"  Mrs. N. Franklin treasurer.  Also elected were; chairman.  Mrs. Montgomery; tea convener  and prayer partner, Mrs. HL  Nelson, united thank offering,  Mrs. French; and Mrs. S. Bryant���as���leader���of���the���Junior-  Auxiliary.  To be filled in the new year  -**^f are the offices of vice-president  and educational secretary.  Remember when income tax  was paid only by people who  _ could afford to?  Don't look now ________������'  SANTA Claus wends his merry way amongst the tables at the Sechelt District QAP0 OAJUU increase . . .  party bringing amused smiles to the faces of Miss E. Bun-ell, Mrs. EUa Wood, s'_-^ i ��� ��� f    T^ S"% ^  Mrs. G. Gowfcand, Mrs. V. Boggust and Mrs. H   Gray. Behind the white whiskers Of\fTY. 1 IfHYITTT    f^T     k I  was W^ter Marstin. . XT V^J^U-lVXI*. J.L y    XJX    J-J.V^-  BRITISH Columbia's public school population will increase- by 6,000 durng the current calendar year  through inter-provincial migration alone, Honorable  L. R. Peterson, minister of education, said last weefc.  The minister was speaking in_ Richmond, where he officially ^opened the* new* Samuel Brighouse Elementary  School. ������ ;   Mr. Feierson said that the September was 1,536 and for the  figure of 6,000 represents the first nine months of the year  expected excess of family al- 6,720, the highest nine-month to-  lowance-receiving children, age tal on record. With the heaviest  6 to-15 years, entering the prov-    immigration   months   being  at  "   Christinas spirit  "CANDY?���well we shouldn't really, but just one wifl  doTno harm and who can refuse such a fine-looking  Santa." Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Grouse and Mr. and Mrs.  E. W. Lambe sample some of the after dinner sweets at  the Sechelt District party, held. last week. 7l v   a,..  Large gathering . . .  Sechelt District OAPO  ���."*?p��iV. ��� ��� p^        "^  holds first Yule event  ROAST beef and Yorkshire pudding followed  by  the  traditional plum pudding, and rum sauce was the  menu for the first Christmas Dinner held by the Sechelt DiStriCt OAPO. ������,* yr-.,-���..--!: -.--���   ���         ,m  Oxer 90 members gathered in  the Legion Hall Sechelt, on December 6 io celebrate the occasion. 'President Harry .Hill:..wel*;'  corned members and gflests,  wishing them a happy Christmas and expressing his thanks  for the Ipyal co-operation and  support shown during the" past  year^ Reminding-members^ W^  prayer of thanks for the many  blessings 7 enjoyed /throughout  the year7.  Entertainment after the dinner, commenced with the arrival of a surprise guest, none  other than Santa Claus bringing  greetings to all the members  in the form of a catchy rhyme.  report any case of need, either  10 himself,of the executive, Mr,  Jlill said that the care and well  being of all elderly citizens  comes fojremost in the work of  thc association.  Canon Alan Greene offered a  suit   was  eventually  identified  as Walter Marstin.  Mrs. Stockwell accompanied  by Mrs. C. Evans led the carol  singing and also sang two solos;  most enjoyable was the beauti- ,^5  fill song Jerusalem. Charlie"  Brookman recited and told  some of his amusing stories.  The popular, entertainers of the  OAPO Mr. Roily Reid, Mr. Ted  Biggs and Mr. and Mrs.. Wm-  Baker were joined by Cons.  Fitzpatrick on the drums and  a selction of melodies provided  pleasant listening.   .,  Trumpet solos by Const.^ Fitzpatrick received most enthusiastic applause and the afternoon  concluded with some , old-time  dances.  IServing the dinner with  speedy efficiency were Mr. ^and  .... Mrs., Francis Stone, Mrs.' Agnes,  Fenh and Kinnettes Wilma Ste*  phanson, Joan Spencc and Sher*  ri Anderson. Mr, and Mrs. Guy  Winning of Ole's Cove were  .caterers,'.' 77.77'  Many   pleasant   outings   and  social events are already being  . planned  for next year by the  committees of this very active  organization.  ihee over those leaving. It does  not include gain or loss to foreign countries.  "This explains part of the  high cost of education," Mr.  Peterson said. "Employment  opportunities, climate and other  amenities make British Columbia popular, but it is costly.  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Sechelt Peninsulo Times      Poge9  "yAA #^;"V77yv7;   t 777"   7-7':      7t ta'-*  ^^r��me^^Hms.yAz  Av/orks to rebuild his Cabinet after the rebuff he suffer.*.!   -"".~ :r-�����.b���w��-^����f��^   ���4 m��� , _      ^y, -     "e�� ^oyoney.  > at thf. hand* ��. thp vA?*^' ^ TO   <** ** *m^a; �������� m the corridor on the; way   -MANY. PEOPLE took advantage of Open House* _t. th*'  ' .IS-    *   '_"   ^ " Roberts Creek school on December 6   and had a  J7��s "E ,v^;nicev h^good look' at,the new addition.' '': ?' ���. ���- * *  told them. �����_ have, to push my " ' ' * *   ���  -4__?  ft/A?  1  at the hands of the voters.  1 It isn't anything like the cold  hostility which existed between  press and l government during  the final days of the Diefenbak-'  er Government. At least, not  yet " ,     J  '    -  But Mr. Pearson has'shown  resentment and "displeasure at  Liberal  administration had to  fight its way, on. its own.  The Gordon Budget was followed by the twists 'and turnings over the Canada Pension  Plan'.and finally, by *,tbe scandals of a year ago. All these  way to my office. This isn't a  football game."       "  T A   ,  After the next, cabinet meeting,, he slipped .out the back  way and sent,an aide for his  The bright; attractive library  has- a -good selection of books~  and certainly_lobk_ a very inviting, place for ..reading,, or working. Tbe floor in. the gym was  not .quite finished but* visitors  t-  Ihe reporters who dog his foot- the government and,there were  steps~-as it is their job > do cabinet   ministers   inclined   to  ���as he tries unhappily to work blame the press���especially in  his way through the problems relation   to   the   scandals   in  posed by cabinet building. which some of the most damag-  , The Prime Minister called the tog revelationsywere dug out by  Nov. 8 election in* defiance of eager-beaver /Reporters,  the opinion'oTeven "the news- Mr. Pearson is on excellent  papers   which   most  faithfully terms with most of the indivi-  episodes hurJUhA-repjitattQii-Of���ovegcoat-And^before^the-third;���were^bte-to-looiriifrpis^Ri  had a1 small sum*of moneyieft  after* their- club was disbanded  and  have -kindly*, turned  this  over to the library; .with, the*  suggestion'' that   sonie > of 'the  support the government. He has  since had to endure their "told-  you-so" editorials.  And the fact that it is taking  him a month or more to reconstruct his cabinet has been  contrasted   with   his   election-  JLme_speeche&-asking-for--a-raa-  duals among the 130 members  of the Parliamentary Press Gallery. At times, the Tories have  suspected that this has turned  the Press Gallery members into  "Pearson pussy cats."  But whatever their personal  -feelingSf-pressgallery members  jority to meet the great and- have a job to do. And it's no  secret that the past three years  of Liberal Government have exhausted some of the reserves of  goodwill in the gallery.  ABRUPT CHANGE  During the election campaign,  the travelling press corps found  the Diefenbaker train a much  happier, more convivial place  than the "great iron bird" as  the Pearson plane was dubbed.  This was an abrupt change from  previous campaigns.  The Pearson entourage was  edgy and jumpy, inclined to  argue with reporters over  crowd estimates. The Great  Tape Hecorder Caper���when  Mr. Pearson was recorded on  tape as saying an election was  imminent. Unless he got a  majority and then taped apparently saying that he had made  urgent tasks confronting Canada. According to this line of  editorial comment, Mr. Pearson  has forgotten'about the urgency  and yielded to a prolonged fit  of the sulks.  These things can't have improved the Prime Minister's  temper but coolness between the  press and tbe Liberal Government has been building up for  a long time.  THINGS  CHANGE  Mr. Pearson came into office  on a wave of favorable press  comment but the ''honeymoon"  usually enjoyed by a new government didn't last long. It  ended when tbe first Gordon  budget showed that this was not  a "government of all the ta*  lents" as some commentators  had called it. From then on the  he had ruled out corridor press  conferences. ���   -  'OFF LIMITS'  The executive of the press  gallery was told by Mr. Pearson's press secretary, Richard  O'Hagan, that in future toe corridor would be "off limits" before, during and immediately  after cabinet meetings. The  regular guards in the building  would enforce the order.  Instead of meeting the prime  minister after cabinet meetings  jnjhe_hallway���theHPress-ivould"  meet him in more dignity and  comfort in a press room set  aside for the purpose. Sometimes the briefing would be  done by. Mr. O'Hagan instead  of Mr. Pearson.  At the 'first test of this system, the Prime Minister appeared and fenced with reporters over his cabinet changes  which he said would be "extensive" but wouldn't be made for  a couple of weeks, and might  include senators.  It was a wary session, lacking  the old warmth between Mr.  Pearson and the -press and it  contrasted sharply with the  Tory caucus across Parliament  Hill square the same day where  Mr. Diefenbaker, having come  through his own valley of bitterness, was full of quips about  the l Liberal treatment of the  press.  Auxiliary was 7selling' baked  goods and handmade novelties  and after everyone had a good  look around they were served  tea in one of the classrooms,  money be -.used to purchase/  books on handcraft This will  be done early* in-the-new year.  Refreshment Committee of Elphinstone Recreations has kindly purchased and donated some  ���!L-ad been set up for the' ^^^S^^^^'Q  occasion  Public meeting was held in  the school the following evening to discuss the referendum.  There were only about 10 people present., Most questions  asked had been asked at other  meetings. These included the  necessity of building an _office_  "building, the proposed cost of  purchasing land for future development and the matter of  expensive covered play areas.  Community Association held  its monthly meeting on Wednesday, Dec. 8. It was reported  that a quantity olused canvas  had been received from the  mill at Powell River. This is to  be used on the floor of the library. It was ���3|��o reported  that the school board had made  inquiries as to the pottery "equipment that has been stored at  the hall. *   -  As it does not seem possible  that another club will be formed  in tbe area due to the difficulty  of finding a suitable building,  it was agreed that this should  be made available for the  adult classes at the school.  Members of the Pottery Club  who were available had previously agreed to this. They also  Christmas; so any younger  readers who would like to read  the Oz Books, will now find we  have three available. Also a  copy of The Secret Garden. A  number of very good mysteries  have also come in.  Anyone wishing one of the  -historical-eentennial~Calendars7~  can obtain one by asking at' the  library or phoning 886-9656;  These make nice gifts to mail  to anyone in other parts of Canada, and come complete with  mailing envelope.  THE TIMES IS A  UNION-LABEL   NEWSPAPER  Sechelt  Beauty Salon  Mr.  Omer Lepitre  Now In The ,    .  Richter Block  "  Cutting and Styling  Tuesday to Saturday 9-5  Phone 885-9525  f  *.  !  !���  i  4  h  ..TiM**pw��p��pp-^.**s. lav **i\ * *m*��p*  ���qt.irmit  ,..(,!,l.���....M..��.i)i|J.(p..1.J4.,.,,.(  ,(p*^.>. ,,.,,.,..���.,.,,. vi-i���. **^?-��'-vU..;>hU  _������>**-. �����A**wfyW- *n-  MAm^m^^wmMM  Page 10    Sechelt- Peninsula times    Wed., Dec. 15, 1965  Round about the town "  ���by Ed Green  Hi HAVE BEEIS^doing a little thinking about Councillor  1* ' Joe "Benner'slmetro idea, and speaking about it with  j others have met the same blank stares I seem to have  1 when anybody speaks.about it to me, at least I would  ( have if anybody ever did.     ~r���   recently. This is on account of  them Wanting water and they  don't care where they get it  and are willing'to accept it from  Sechelt even if they don't want  anything" to do with the village,.  ��� This idea 'is not without its  merits and would be of great  benefit to Seehelt, especially Sechelt, which would then be able  to have nice new sidewalks  ; around' the village.  Of course  ^hTOe^utside^e7vmager^o^o7~Thisvis a great mistake because  still*have*to wade-in mud because not only are there no side-  V walks but there is not even a  place to put one and nobody  Would* bother if there were. Of  ; course this would make us "out-  ]siders?' very happy to be able  < to  give  the  village  so  much  t pleasure at so little cost. This  is because we have been blessed  by  the  august department  of  ���highways who, if you drive a  - car and keep your eye on the  . road, which few do, will note  . that *- our  highway,  in  accord-  ance_____tb_j_aienti__ann0uh^  Sethelt is soon to become fa  mous as the only place in B.C.,  or maybe anywhere else for  thsit matter, where the Indian  Reserve has not only a complete cost free water system  but a sewage system too which  is something their exalted white  brother doesn't have in a lot of  places, even Burnaby.  I am not going to get involved  in this delicate subject but it  would seem that our Indian  friends have a good thing going  for them and know it. It is said:  our place the bus drivers  for additional fare,, the actfial  fare to Selma Park. If you get  on .the bus-in Sechelt and-pay,  the fare to Selma Park you'are���  requested  to pay the fare ���to v  Wilson Creek. It is the. same  with -. taxis.   "One.* driver   will-  charge the-Selma Park fare and)  another    will   charge   Wilson'  Creek mileage:'    -.y,  i -This splendid confusion existed when the-Davis Bay water  system was taken- over * and  modernized and connected ������ to i  the Selma Park line. We hdre  were told that, we could not get  water because the: franchise did  not permit connecting *np with*  -any- Selma-PaTlrTiomesT-Since  the water line was going right,  past our door we asked the Se-'  chelt Waterworks, who service  Selma Park to connect us. We  were told we were not in Selma Park but Davis Bay.  , By this time we don't know  where we are but after a vigorous argument to which there  were no answers we finally did  get the water. Vie are billed by  the Davis Bay Waterworks, not  Sechelt We wish it were Sechelt, or better still, Gibsons  where the yearly rate is less  Sechelt_group  ospiim  7"^777\>:7  .11X11  ���*��� i- .�� > <-  LfcW eX6g.ll!l��@  TWENTY^severr members of the Sechelt Auxiliary to St.  *   Mary's 'Hospital met at the hospital on'December  9, with Mrs. J. Redman presiding.  Those  wishing  to contribute  to, the Memorial -Fund in lieu  of Christmas cards, please contact? Mrs. A: Swan at-��85-8*65,  or mail donation to-Boxr193 be-  -fote^-December���18; 7-7-������  " Mrs. C; \ Connor .announced  that the'Cook Books, should arrive in the/ very near future,  phone 885*9347 to place your orders.  Mrs. A. Redman gave a detailed report -on, the smorgasbord held November 2d. The  committee wishes to extend its  gratitude to all who gave their  time and talent to make this  another successful .evening;'A  motion was made to hold the  smorgasbord and dance on the  third' Saturday in November  each year to avoid _conflicting_  ducted i-ther^election of the 1966  executive.^The' new slate of officers' Cto "be installed -.on 'Jan.  -13 is: President, Mrs.v O. Mos*-  "tiSp; Vice-president; Kirs. A.  Swan; Secretary, Mrs. -I?. Parker? Treasurer, Mrs. C Mc-  Diarmid; Publicity, Mrs., W.  Burtnick. V *' *  V'lSSfi.membership fees are now  'AHu6 -and'should be paid before  March 31, to remain-a member  in   good   standing.  Next meeting will be held at  St. Hilda's Church Hall at 2:00  p.m. on January 31. Refreshments will be served.   -  7  M  rnents, has been widened, "espe**  ��� cially. dn the -curves where as  much as six inches of blacktop has. been  added,   and  in  some places they became quite  reckless and put down twelve,  1 and even fourteen inches of the  stuff, with the result that if you  p,drive extra careful^irt:low^ gear-  preferably, around these hairpins, you can almost keep two  wheels on the blacktop!.  Think of what that would  mean for the village, if they  did- get sidewa!^...���It.s,.!.^ght^  even bring l>acli; '"'the' forgotten  art of a Sunday, walk, with  hardly any danger of being hit  by even., careful: drivers. This,  of ,��ourse, would give the^vil-  iage much prestige, something  it dbesnV^t seem to have at present,, po it would be -a clear  gain for .all concerned.  ' Jtis rumored .that West Se-  chelt|doesp. t think much of the  inetro ideaj not even the Junior  . Size which;-includes*only them.  They would^r*^^  remain alooffrom such radical  ideas eveir.-ilitoa^'fliey>;'li6?quote  Sechelt as being their home  town when abroad.. They are  sharp to realize that^iiobbdy  outside of this immediate area  ever heard of such a )pl*��ce as  Wjest Sechelt and if it will give  their sense of splendid isolation-  isfh""a liftthere are a lot of  people inside the areaV".%iiib  never heard of it either, until  that-the-viUage-could-havmad���than^ao^Ours^is-^l^o^ ^vith-othCT-dances:  the same thing, sewers, at the  same time, so on the surface  it would seem that we are by  no means as smart as we think  we ai:e^tostead of inviting all  and sundry 'to join the village  we should invite the Indian Reserve complete with council and,  then we could get sewers too.  We might even get therri^  through to, Gibsons if we let?  them hanclie it for it seems  certain nobody else is able to.  These observations might  ��� dauselifted eyebrows and'vigor-"  ous protests in certain circles  but facts are facts and it is  time Sechelt took a strong stand  one way or the other or they  will find themselves in the "for-  gptten strip'- where villages,  any villages, are concerned,..as  we here bn^ our owh^^forgotten  strip" have1;' cause to ;believe. ���  This''.forgotten stripy in the\  eyes of every authority except  the tax collector, is that portion-  of , the semi-blacktopped buggy  trail from the top of Davis Bay  hill to where a sign advises  that ypu are1 entering Selma  Park, it is a distance-of about  a thousand yards more or less,  but nobody, and I do mean nobody, seems to know whether  it is in Wilson Creek, Selma  Park, Davis Bay or Hong Kong^'  The bus company says it is  Wilson Creek but if you buy  a ticket in Vancouver for Wilson Creek and ride as far as  and 50c a month and we'd like  to know why.  It might be asked what all  this has to do with the village  of Sechelt. The answer, of  course, is, nothing/it is merely  indicative of the state of indecision in our. area.  It is time we here took a  hard look into the not-too-dis-  taht future. It is known: fact  that several important businessmen, at present living in West  Vancouver are far * from satisfied^ wwith����existing v conditions  there and have announced their  intentions of building here, on  the Peninsula; where, they  claim, they can get from their  home to their offices faster and  easier than from where they  live at present. They said that  an airline operating on commuter rates,, could, get them home  A   cufflink   with  an   Alaska *  black diamond and a navy blue ���  bead and pearl bracelet were <  found   on   the   night   of   the  smorgasbord.   Please   phone  Mrs. 0. Moscrip at 885-9322 if  you know- the owner.  Winners of the Christmas raffle are: Mrs. E. Messner of Sechelt^ a velvet "wall, banging;  Mrs. L. Johnson of Sechelt, an  afgbao; and Mrs. D. Harling of  Garden Bay, a pyjama bag.  Following the monthly meeting  the a.nnual" meeting was held.  Reports were read showing another very successful and profitable year.  Mrs. C. Connor, the.nominating  committee  chairman con-  r  ���IPMM-IWWmWtOWWMHWWWMW���MWt  TURKEY SHOOT  <.yjg"gj  SATURDAY,  DECEMBER 18  7:   5 10:30 o.m.  .     KU.NDALE  COMMUNITY HALL  (to right off highway V_ |  mile post high school)  22 cofibeir, and  bigger bore rifles  Sponsored by Pender  Horbour Community Club  AMWWWMMM-MMIItMIMMMMMAMmwtMM  if" * -<  here in less7tjme than it* take's ^-9 ^'-'  at present foiget-out of Wan->^ -'*"  couver,-. which   is^r something""�� ~"~  MB���f��*i  B^  II  It  TURKCEY B1N0O  A JUMFY FOR EVERY WINNER  Thursday, December 16  8:00 p.m.  PENDER HARBOUR COMMUNITY? HALL  or MADEIRA PARK  This ad good for oney FREE CARD  .,.._.,-   per personi',-:,i-���.',';.���',.  Moooajooooooaooooooooaooa  worth thinking about  The old Union store is being-  torn down. It will hot* .be too  long before all tbe old Union  building, will vanish. What will  take their place? Your guess  is as goodas mine, maybe better, but you can bet that valuable property,;��� won't be covered  by hbtdog stands. You could  have bought all of Sechelt and  most of the Peninsula for what  one of those lots will cost and  for this reason alone the extension of the village -boundaries  we smile, at, or even ridicule  today will be an accomplished  fact in the future.  ' Many of ua here now won't  live to see it but it will con\e  and I still think that now is  the time to set aside a< village  square and erect a statue to  thc man who brings* it about.  This statue would then provide  a firing range for hundreds ot  pigeons who would put their  unmifltaknblc stamp of approval  on It; the same type of stamp  that is being handed out today  without a statue.  ��  it  v  V  V  MEXICAN LEATHER GOODS  Largest Selection on the Peninsu!o  THE  TIMES  IS A  UNION-LABEL   NEWSPAPER  ce of Quiet Waters  ADVENTURE FN A B.C. fARADISE  ���   by     .  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Ethel and Dave McNutt are    r>aVe Pollack-and his men de-  manner  JNe6i, Dec. ,1 5/1965    Sechelt Peninsula Times    Page 11  in which they are doing this'  job with the least possible-inconvenience to those using the  road. . v  -" '���    .-  "if8& f\  tv'A  -V&  - *���  *y*k   *  5T >  districts throughout tiie province, a closer loorafour -^!*SL <t?HQx' ^ h^  increasing costs of education is m order. raade g00d *ecovejcy from ^  ..  The Bladen Commission re-  .r- :   port, while dealing with- the  problem at the University level, is probably expressive of  the general trend in all educational costs toward much greater outlays in the future. Our  Best of-luck, to our brother-in-  law:  f  EGMONT   EYEDROPS  The   gals ' of   the   Sunshine  Coast   Business 'and   Profes-  recent illness and can now perform " ttgfrt .work-' around the'  housefl(Thafs,tough luck Dave,  ,the work part I- mean),, Egmont wrill .miss* them, but our  loss is Davis Bay's gain.  Saw Tony Saulnier while vis-  X  L  ���It  School Boards, on the whole,  .are comprised Of sincere and  dedicated people, the majority  of whom perform a thankless  task without enumeration.  They, along with Government  and the taxpayer, must take a  -second look at proposed expen-  "ditures and make sure that  they are in tbe best interests  of all concerned. Somewhere  along tbe line we must apply  the brakes.  Provincial    net   expenditure  on  public education has risen  siofiSTWomen's Club threw a  Christmas party at Ole's Cove  Dining Boom on the night of  December 7th. At least that's  the story"I got when my wife  came wondering home in tbe  ,tre in Burnaby for a further  wee sma' hours. Our local con-    period of convalescence.  ifing Shaughnesy and glad to  report that' he- is doing well  and is up and about the ward.  Tony expects to -be moved to  the George Derby H & O-Con  tingent, Dorothy Bosch, Vi  Berntzen, Jean Jeffries, Lily  Duniop, and Helen and Mae  Bathgate, were out in full  force. Mae, program director  for the club, was responsible  for the entertainment which,  from  all accounts,  was thor-  from-some^8-nrimon^^S_i--^wy^^oyed��-af-WAS-lh��^ex--  cellent    smorgasbord    dinner  1952 to an estimated $152 million in 3965*1966, an increase  of 749 per cent. Fourteen years  "ago 12 per cent of our provincial income was required to  support public education. Today the proportion required is  34 per cent. This is by far the  7biggestsbiteVout7of durtax^dbl-  lar and, from projected surveys, it will continue to increase.  Our children are entitled to  and should receive a first class  jedjcat^    sing school population demands  that we provide adequate facilities for this purpose. Other  countries, notably the Scandinavian, rank very higb in the  field of education and in the  quality of their school graduates, and at a proportionately  lower cost to their taxpayers.  If these countries can keep  their ed]u$f$o^p  within reason^ without sacrificing the quality' or; standards of  learning^ we can do likewise.  We must eliminate the frills  and attack the problem in a J  business-like   manner,  The basic concept of education, 7 which is 'Systematic in-  ; struction,. schooling, or training,' is grctdually being re-  \ placed by what many believe  to be unnecessary activities.  This is most noticeable in Canada and in the U.S.A. where  mounting costs of education  are rapidly reaching astronomical proportions. Wc must be  concerned that every dollar  spent is put to/the best possible use and yields the greatest return . in educating our  young  people.  SEAFORTHS:  \ Bob Norminton, "Norm Burley and other ex-Seaforths on  7'thc" Sunshine Coast will be sorry, to hear that Jimmic Malt-  land suffered a heart attack  on December 2nd and Is now  In Shaughnessy Hospital. Jim-  mie, nssochtcd with the rcgl*  ment since 1924, was R.S.M, of  the 1st Battalion Scaforth High-  landers of Canada when that  unit went overseas In 1939. Lily  and I visited him on the Sunday night following his attack  and ngajn oil the Monday prior  tq coming home, Ho showed  a marker) Improvement on tho  , latter visit. Now Year's Day  at thc Mess will bo out, Jim*  mlo,   |)ut   hero's   hoping   you  ', mnko" it   for   Burns'   Night.  prepared by May and Guy  Winning, popular owners of  Ole's. Maybe if we poor, neg-  The Egmont road renovation  is gradually coming closer to  our metropolis. Bill and Fred  Donley and Dave Stiglitz are  busy with the final few blasting jobs which, when competed, will permit the filling and  grading of the remaining por-  -tion���of���unfinished���roadway-  Then; with tbe coming of  Spring we can look forward to  black-topping when weather  permits. We hope that this will  Meet Your  Friends al  Gilmore's  K  1  %  ��  sr  1  Sf  M  a.  ��  Shop ond Save on  Gifts, Boxed Stationery, Christ-'  mas Card.. Gift-  wrap, Toys, Books  etc. ' Something  for everyone.  j WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF  ��  *  *mmm  ARTIST'S SUPPLIES  m*mm*mmmmmm*MMMmmmmm**mmmmmmmmuimmmmi  ���mmm*mjm*mm*mmm*mmm  5te_^%%%_.%%&%_��:_^:��_tt_Q3ft_&%^^  GILMORE'S VARIETY SHOP  Sechelt, Phone 885-9343  H  f-  ii  7  ...that can solve your Christmas shopping problems easily this year.  Pick up thc telephone and call, "Gift Telephone Any of the following gifts you choose will come  Service"; ;The pleasant voice at the other end all neatly wrapped ready to be placed under  of the line will be your introduction to instant the tree, or if you prefer, you may send a gift  shopping; simply, pleasantly and quickly. certificate.  NOW, TAKE YOUR CHOICE TO MAKE THIS A 'GIFT TELEPHONE CHRISTMAS'1  i/^t^mmf/l&SfStStfSIUtt^tmV\  '��*��&  ���1 .->�����  NEED A CAR?  NEW or USED  TRY  Peninsula  Motor Prod.  SECHELT, B.C.  Ph, 005-2111  - led rar��w��H  Wii-iV**wtw^'.M*iiUWff8  .#l��i*9j*it*iMl<*��*��<<M*:  Centreandforemojtforthopersbnwho Always popular as tho perfect little Now you can go about W work and Another gift, popular with "the man  en oysthothrillofboaringfromlriends personal telephone is tho glamorous talk to friends with a "hands freo'^ who,|ia3 ovorythinR." Is tho MaQicatl  and relatives hero's the attractive new Starlite-dainty, femlnino, in colors to speakerphone. Just talk and listen automatic dialer with the electronic  "Long.Distance Gift Certificate.'* match almost any decor, and the dial without uslngthehandset. Itcomes in memory for up to 1000 telophono  v   (    "�������������� lights. decorator colors.    , numbers. It will dial any one of them'  for you at tho touch of a button.  ^tt^t^,;  Pfc.pPjUt'f.M'P. I.,i\,    1,1$.  I  ,J  t)W^����Wl.**fiM(lt*_t.*WV  for tho hard of hearing, (hero's n A wolcomo gift for that special some- Ever wolcomo In this activity-packed  wonderful and thoughtful gift���tho ono is tho melodious boll clilmo, to ago is an extension telophono. Savo  -- .*, .1  amplifying handset, with a vmlnblo roplaco the rogular telophono boll, also yourself stops and have extensions In  volume control, to amplify Incoming l,n matching colors, ""L '"      '     ' "  callssotheycanMhearaloudandclear. ��� -    ���  all tho heavy traffic centres of your  borne, such as playroom, den, patio,  workshop, and of course one In tho  Costa nro surprisingly low  and In moat cases you can  pay with small monthly additions to your own account.  You'll ho glad you took our  ndrl^c to mnko this n "Gift ,  Telephone Christmas." Call  tho Business Office of;        "'  Mm��  ltlC-S>RMS  bedroom for njghtorearly momingcalls. mmtt mmm wrfiWW comawy  r 1) ���  .   ']  If  it-  ill  I"  I  i  !  I  f  4 <:.  �� vtt  i^  ��._ �� J  \  i  ['.,.  w"p d 1  Al  \\S  1  M  hi-  ,.�����<'}������.*���> m-iwH.* *  X  1    ;ll  '   '' '!i     '       ..1       . >,,�� 1  1 ' ��� iij'.', 1��     ��� ^MvMfOf^  ^^^.vy^,^^!^,^  **t-p*<^*-^t^ ^^ %*jij^  z  ���������^^w*i.*._Wtop_rtjr*��*T1\*w��>w-^w,  ���. iw*��p|*;ti ��� iit,_���*-pra ��w^pp��i*^-4**.  ^-^*^-*^^^^*^li>-**V��***v-^  t- _ W*i*��tta<*fr*  y14'*��rt-.*j!-���'|i)!:-��;*ife.rf  I*'  *������   3.  .p"*  f"  #';  fti  1:7  Ai'  z  1,"  ' "I  HA  ���aA  rl.'  ,v  ,7-  ���Page 12    Sechelfr Peninsulo Times    Wew., Pec. 15/ 1965   Mrs. A. M. Redman ���    '���  ' * .#_  %AA%  Anxious moment  SERIOUS look on the face of Don Douglas vanished  when he hard he had topped the polls for school  board trustee. His wife Virginia was there to offer her  Sechelt social notes    _ ���  . . . .  _ ���g  ���With Your Neighbours  ELECTED president of the LA to Branch 140 Boyal  Canadian Legion was Mrs. Ted Surtees; first vice-  ppggjdent Mrs. Mary Leeman; second Vice-president  Mrs. Syd Waters; Secretary, Mrs.. Diane Anderson;  Treasurer, Mrs. D. Creighton; executive committee  members, Mrs.,.M-. Jaeger, Mrs. W. Handford, Mrs. C. G.  Lucken, Mrs. J. Gibson* Mrs. Nap Ritchie.  Mrs. Tommy Ritchie is ser- : "~ ~  geant-at-arms, Mrs. Geo. Batch-  lor Poppy Fund representative.  J_xs. VBatchelor has been on the  slate of- officers for the past  15 years and has served as  president, treasurer, and secretary for many years and has  now decided to take a well-  earned rest from these duties.  VMrs. C. A. Genower visiting  Mr; and ���Mrs. W; 7K-.-, Berry;  Coming .from Vancouver;  Mrs. Linda Andrews of Madeira Park, in St. Mary's Hospi  tal  Sechelt.  WA to St. Hilda's Anglican  Church annual meeting elected  the following officers. Mrs. S.  Bryant, president; Mrs. N.  Franklin.treas.���; Mrs. D. Hayward, secretary; executive committee members Mrs. E. S.  Montgomery and Mrs. H. Nelson.  Promissory note: political  promises to provide more rare  also promises to tax more;  ���by Eye Moscrip  TyVQ 800 SERIES'this" week���Dave Pickard 822 (302,  I' I 277) aftd Orv lVIoscrip 817 (321* 293). Eileen Evan,,  bowling in the Ladies League had high triple and single  771 (343).. ..,    , ���;v-T���: : , , '  LEAGUE SCORES  Ladies:    Eileen   Evans   771  <343), May Walker 673 (292).  ' Ladies Matinee: Hazel Skytte  578 (231).  Pender: Chuck Jones 747,  Eric Antilla 653 (277), Isabel  fJooldrup 603, Muriel Cameron  267. .   *.  ��� -Sechelt Commercial: Dave  Pkkard 822 (302, 277), Orv Moscrip 817 (321, 293), Lome Allan  769 (324), Dick Clayton 767  (284),  Nonie  Trites  303/ Ena  Armstrong, 250,     ..,      ,   Sports Club: Dorothy Smith  731 (278), Lome Allan 717, Red  Robinson 721 (277), Steve:Reit-  er 288. '.77.  '.,.,.. ���  SCHOOL LEAGUES  Seniors: Earl John 432 (208,  224), Bob' Nelson 312 (205), Lc3*  Ue August 390 (205); Rick Simpkins 360 (218), Rita Ono 292  (189), Barbara Jaeger 311 (i��l),  Arlene1 Johnson 391 (216).       7  Juniors: Denise Frigori 202  (ITS), Pat John 341 (199),  ><7  ,0P*  ���1 \ \  '��I*  B  s\\ ,  Gibsons  0 OIL FURNACES  <t*A|i*t^tw-**ili**f-*iiM'Jt. ah* t*^*&Mfrr&ti^ttmtto^&^MWte*M-H**  )  Wo Down Payment - Bank Interest  Ten Years To Pay  ) COMPLETE LINE OF APPLIANCES  For Free Estimate - Call 836*2728  Sec.-Treas., Mrs.  Moscrip, Se-  * chelt;'      "  - At 'this  meeting it was  de-  .   cided to have a show case in  the- hospital,  and  the  Sechelt  auxiliary was asked to be the  first to set it up, This project  * was accepted.      '"���*^t     ���  PRESIDENT of-the Sechelt Auxiliary to St.  Mary's   J2��^^�� J!^  Hospital, Mrs. Mlena M Redman, in her annual 5*   7 SPing���^ the p_Ss  ?.?^_CC?!l-nfJ1,! me^b^S-tor ttieir. response to her re-4   three days a week. Volunteer  director is our Past President,  Auxiliary President 7  reports oil past year  quests and their workon behalf of the. auxiliary  Fund-raising efforts and  source.of income for the year  were:  Gift and Home Baking Table  at regular meetings for several  months, thenJt-was-decidedr-to  "raffle" .the remaining, articles  from 4he Gift Table, at our  regular meetings for "ihe bal**  ance of the year.  Tea Money���wheni served*, at  regular meetings.  - Memorial Fund���which is specifically for the Pediatric Ward.  Membership fees.  A collection bottle in the B.C.  Government Liquor Store, Sechelt.  Bake Sale���held in St. Mary's  Hospital, April 8, for the staff  and members.  Tag   Day.   Artificial  flbwers  .Mrs. Pe_gy Connor.  ber that" due to a- change in the March-Unfortunately none of  cafeteria hours, "tea" couldno our men��bers w��*s aW�� to attend  .longer be served us at our regu- the lower  Mainland Begional  Iar meetings.              - ' ����� Meeting held in-New Westmin-  uams. sewing'convenor, report-   .* _.- . .. ...   .^ ... ._  ���  -   ���    --     -            --   ��� tal Society Meeting was held m  ed that 282W hours :haid been  spent making the drapes and  .cubicle curtains for our new  hospital.  Christmas tray cloths and favors were provided for the patients.  As president, I was -invited to  the first Christmas dinner held  at the hospital for the staff,  boarcl members and hospital  auxiliary presidents.  The $5Q.QQ bond; to which all  auxiliaries contributed, was  sent to the mother of Gerald  4he Legion JIall, April 25. All  auxiliary  members   were  coii-  -tacted by phone and urged t*  attend this important meeting. ���  Our entry in Sechelt May Day  Parade was a hospital bed  pulled by a Honda. Mrs. Connor  and  Mrs.  Graffe attended the  ���Volunteer    Workers'    Institute  held in Hotel Vancouver  A Friendship Tea was hosted  by the Roberts Creek' auxiliary  and held Sept. 21 in the Roberts Creek Hall. Mrs. Wallace  Johnson of Vancouver gave a  lag   Day.   Artificial  flowers   .ac"* w ����-������ momer 01 ueraia   -���.�����.y*u*awu w  yautuuvw e��v��;  were-^nade���br^ur-^embers���^Uam^^  _r��. <-ftM v.��� c.,v eiir-y r_.;.jiA- ���~     first bahv hftm in tht. -pw hnc.        Mrs. Morgan and  Mrs.  Fi  and sold by six Girl Guides on  May 8, just previous to Mother's  Day.  May Day Booths.  Business Luncheon���Cafeteria  Style���held June 18 in the Hos-  pitels.Co^  Smorgasbord���held Nov. 20.  The theme was "The Roaring  Twenties."  One raffle, consisting of; a  black velvet oil painting, an  afghan, and a pyjama bag,  suitable-for a child;    j-     .��~-  The treasurer's report will  tell in detail how much money  was collected and how it was  spent-  PRESIDENT'S SUMMARY  Activities and accomplishments for the year, other than  tho above money-raising events,  I shall review as they occurred.  In December 1964, and Janu-  ary;;and February of 1965, our  meetings were held in St. Hilda *s Church Hall, then -.-we were  invited by the administrator of  > the hospitalf; Mr. Na Buckley, lo  hold our ���meetings, in the board  room or therapy room at the  hospital. The invitation was accepted v^and we held our' first  meeting here in March, and at  the close of the meetings we  w;ere served tea in the cafeteria.  Then we were notified in Octo-  first baby born in the new hos  pital.  . The annual meeting and election of officers were held and  the executive was installed  January 14, 1965, % ou. past  presidents Mrss^Peggy4C6hhdrr  February���All auxiliaries on  the peninsula were invited by  the Sechelt aujtUiary to hear  Mr. N. Buckley, administrator,  give a very informative talk on  Mrs. Morgan and Mrs. Fitz-  Gerald were our representative's  at the Annual Cotivention of the  BSHA Division held Sept. 29,  30 and Oct. 1. in Vancouver.  At the November meeting it  ;��was^ idecMed*^tiaX Sechelt ^vould *  once again be responsible for  the Christmas Tray Covers and  favors for the patients.  Also at the November meeting a motion was made, and  carried,   that   we   provide   a  -11 ���k���.     _ _���_    _     7. .      7;      cainwi,    inai    we    provme    a  vities; ThereTwere 61 members  present.  A co-ordinating council of  hospital auxiliaries was formed,  and the executive elected is;  Chairman, Mrs. vFlumerfelt,  Roberts Creek; Vice*Chairman,  Mrs.  ,Love,   Pender  Harbour;  in the district. Mrs. Morgan  was appointed chairman of this  project, and further reports  will be given in the coming  -year.-  ��� A cook book, compiled by all  auxiliaries, is hoped to be  ready fdr sale in December.  ROBERTS CREEK  iBd   fill.    D  Sechelt, B.C  OPEN TUES. to; FRI.  11 a.m. to 5 p.m.  Moke 1966 A Prosperous Year  Sovo Regularly  In Your Credit Union  ir 1991 Valiant Station Wagon  -$905  ,^*_j^��*��+M-f  ^ I960 Cadillac Sedan DeViiior full power equipped $2195  # 1960 Chev. Sedan, V-8 Automatic. LoW mileage.  .___.  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By Margaret Brady  n@rlfc siif  ___iL_!T^_r^ nursilig "J**��� "^ lac*   ^��ally arise.i_i toe'kitchen after   to ten''rivanced cases,' when  uoridation often are^dtsmissed,. tatine cows, .so that what *_���_.    ��!,��*.,*_�����_. ,. ������      * ��.-_*A___: ���:^_. f   r__      "  fluoridation  __ri__fe?i__-!!- ^ftwS^   mini5try of bralth says about _ ^f'watef left from: coding    _Trib^d?  Britain,/ where tue- fluoridation    cows and fluoride in the water , vegetables'is   not,normally  fluoride-free water is not pre-  !^it��_!??..%-7 ��n9'cwar*    Pay-^ ^en as having abear-- thrown away, but is used for  garer Brady in The New States. *. Wg on nursing mothers. -.. 'soups and sauces^ and girls are  somo oncranklika������ A rec?nt circular; sent out by, taught to &o this in our schools,  the ministry of health to local Will this teaching have to be  medical officers of health, con- * reversed?-     '   v -*> ^  sists of Questions and answers  man   offers  reasons lor keeping sodium  fluoride out of tho water supply*  It is only right that the public should know that-not ail of  the ministry of health pubjica-  -tions-on-fluoridation^gave-it-a  clean bill.  Possible dangers have been  shown by the ministry to be  present in kitchens, farms  among certain .sick p$iple, and  in certain- manufactured products.  These dangers should be  clearly understood by everyone,  and particularly by local authorities who have to consider  the* pros and cons of fluoridation for -the water in their  areas.  Assuming that tbe average  consumption of water is about  two pints a day, supporters of  HAVE REASONS  These quotations from minis**  try of health publications show  preparedf_y the ministry.  COWS THREATENED  7~Question~number~64 reads:  "Does fluoride in the water'  have any effect on cow's  milk?".and.the answer given by  tbe ministry is as follows:  ���"The, concentration of fluoride  in milk is small, varying between 0.09-0.35 F,  "This concentration Uunot altered significantly by changes  in the amount of fluoride consumed by the cow, either in its  food or drink. Even if an excessive amount of fluoride is  consumed, the fluoride content  of fiie milk is not increased  very much, but its yield drops,  and   the   cow   can   suffer   ill  Uie-project^hat~isr-of-adding--ijgaitB:'r_7   sodium fluoride to domestic water supplies in order to try to  reduce dental decay among  children���consider that at the  This ministry answer also imposes the- need never to leave  the kettle boiling on the hob/  j-ot-to render-^own-bones-for���ih���r-arguments^ga3f_;e"lt;"ior  broth, and not to boil down oranges for making marmalade,  and so on.   *,  GIVE UP MARMALADE?  .Does the ministry seriously  mean that housewives should  .give up making broth, making  jam and marmalade, and  should start to throw" away  their vegetable water?  This would be a silly price  to have to pay for the doubtful  advantage of fluoridation.  Many eminent scientists have  pointed out the dangers inherent in the drinking of artifi-  -jcially.���fluoridated���waters���The-  Auxiliary plans  annual election  > ���* '"  DECEMBER 8, was the reg*- '  ular monthly meeting of the  Pender  Harbour Auxiliary  to  ,St. Mary's Hospital,  President Mrs." Jim Love, announced that the November '20  bazaar had - proved an <&&*  that farmers, housewives, sick t standings success, p and reniar-  people and manufacturers may ked on the fine teamwork oS.  all have reasons to fear the re- the members. ��� 7 ������  suite of fluoridation.       ���   _ m ^ ms&*l Auxiliaries  ^_ ppgggjjgug ^Christmas gjfts  to hospital patients. The spoon,  which for many .. years has  been presented by the Pesnder  Harbour Auxiliary, to the first  baby bom in the new year,  will next year be given by Gibsons Auxiliary. In, future, the  various auxiliaries will observe  this custom in their alphabet*  ical order.  The annual meeting has beek  set for January 26, and will  include the election and installation of officers for the coming year. This will be.held at  . <y *,   -1.  iyK^s~rr?-,���'***  **&  rate of just one part per mil-  Lion, of sodium fluoride is safe.  At this concentration they  say that dental decay is reduced and that no mottling of the  to6th enamel takes place.  They do not advise adding it  as high as two parts per million, for fear of mottling the  enamel or omePadvei^^ettects  and at three parts per million  it is probably dangerous. The  margin of safety is therefore  not very large.  DAILY DOSE  This method of giving child*  ���ren a daily dose .of fluoride for  their teeth raises various difficulties. Some children, especially s m a 11 ^children, may  drink very little water, and-so .."Boiling waterway increases  This answer jnay reassure  the urban consumer, but it is  highly disturbing to nursing mothers and to the doctors and  nurses who try to help and encourage mothers to breast feed  their babies, for by analogy,  fluoridation may be expected to  lead to a drop in the production of breast milk, as well as  cow's milk, and in the possibility of ill health for the Vmo-  theivassfor^the cows.  In the same circular, question number 60 is of particular  interest to women, for It  reads: "Does boiling water increase the concentration *of  fluoride, and, if so, does not  this increase the dose?"  MINISTRY'S RE PLY  ministry itself recognizes the  potential danger to some people. -   .  The Report on the United  Kingdom Mission to America  (HMSO 32 425) ta study fluoridation, says: "It should be possible for physicians who have  the care of patients with severe chronic kidney disease to  recommend the use of imported  fluoride-free water should this  be necessary."  Where* incidentally;will such  a supply come from, and must  such people refuse a cup of  tea with friends for fear ��f its  added fluoride content?  Still more, if the danger of  fluoridated water is so well  recognized in acute cases, will  it not also be an added hazard  even necessarily the most important ones; but any -one til  these pronouncements, coming  as it does directly from the  ministry, is enough to question  .the advisability of the project.  AD of them together add up  to a formidable case against  fluoridation, and it is strange  that in the face of these hazards the ministry itself should  be trying to promote the project  If the public is to protect itself, it must act soon. It is not  yet too late to insist that, on  _the���ministry-s���own���evidence^���Ole-s���Cove���Resortr~"where-ra-  the  whole   scheme  should be    buffet luncheon  wiU  be serv-  dropped. ed.  MOUQCKlOOOOOUUUUUUJUUtKBMUa  FUN FROLIC  GALA NEW YEAR'S ��VE DANCE  PENDER HARBOUR COMMUNITY HALL  at MADEIRA PARK  - MUSIC BY TABS QUARTET  (Vancouver)  REFRESHMENTS  Admission: $3.00 per person  Advance sale tickers at local stores.  v i  I *  * !  %   >  i'\  V  i  -���.���  will not get the approved dose.  Others, especially in hot weather, may drink, a lot more,  and so may take too. much  fluoride, leading to mottled enamel.  Nursing mothers need to  drink more than the average,  of tijvo pints���probably at least  six /pints���which will- bring  them Jnto the danger ?one; for  six pints of water containing  one part per million sodium  fluoride will give the same  Amount, of the fluoride as would  two pints containing 3 ppm���  a* potentially, dangerous amount  otf fluoride to drink.' ��� 7  \ There Is a close analogy be-  The   answer   given   by   the   ^$i&$i&W&$l-^  ministry   is   most  significant:    ^ ' *��  Benner Bros, can have every one at your house sitting pretty  ft  the concentration.. One of the  commonest uses to which boiling water is put is tea making,  but here the golden rule is to  bring the water up to the boiling only.  '"Some of the water used for  cooking purposes, for example  i vegetables,   may , boil,  away,  thus increasing thc, concentration of fluoride proportionately.  But i after cooking the water remaining Is  usually thrown  away."'   ' '  v       ' "...,....   ,  This pronouncement i Is \ tvery  disturbing, for it illustrates how  /ignorant the ministry is of normal domestic practices, and also the dangers that will au torn a  #Sm*  o  A FEW GIFT SUGGESTIONS  If It's Television we have a good selection:  ^.-.*^B.��^-(^W.��"M|.��*1 �����>���<��� *|  BkKftVurittuettajU.  )  p>"*��  **��  AUfU3SKALTV 23" wide angle  ADMIRAL STEREOPHONIC .  or a NEW FRIDQE  _$260.95 and up   : _ii$479.95  -_��  ���>������'���  p.O*  ;0  2 PIECE PEO CHESTERFIELD  ROYAL ANNE CHESTERFIELD  ELECTRIC RANGE 22"   .from $1S5.Q0 and asp   ' ffitSwf-'gS  il  ���������*.  _.  _SpecfaI $&2S.9S  SlfvlfPLICITY AUTOMATIC WASHER AND DRYER $479.9S  BUNK RED SETS WITH MATS ___^ $95.00  FOAtvf RUBBER ROCKERS ' _J$49.00  GOOD SELECTION OF TABLE LAMPS ___.from $4.9S and up  RECLINERS AND SWIVEL ROCKERS from $68.00 and up.  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M������ ������������.--������- I -I   111      ��� *���   I   ������   ���!*���--*  Inclusive plan . . .  I ���  Tony Gargrave seeks  chrome care for all  GENUINE chronic care for all British Columbia citizens is needed now,  said Tony  Gargrave,  MLA,  Friday, December 10, 1965.  -"Children's party  THE JOLLY gentleman in the red suit was greeted with  some uncertainty by small fry at the B.C. Hydro  Christmas party and standing in his awesome presence  brings mixed expressions to their faces. Youngsters  enjoyed an afternoon ofTmugical entertainment, games.  anOHmir "~ ~~       ^"^  He was commenting on a recent statement by Eric Martin,  the Minister of Hospital services. Mr. Martin said that the  Provincial Government was now  ?r__adin___chronic���care���in-  clvroriifrcate mstitutibn? approved for the new spheme.  ���Mr. Gargrave said that the  new Government scheme applied to those who are chronically illtand who required expert  nursing and medical care. The  new scheme would not apply  to those people needing custodial care only in nursing homes,  Gargrave said.  Chronic care, unlike Vacute  hospital care is seriously affected by the fact that older  people, who are most likely to  require chronic care, tend to  jCHJLDRE__3___Christmas���par-���settle���in���certain���localitie?~7iar  Busy Santas  visit parlies  den of such is a Provincial  responsibility. This would  spread the cost throughout the  whole Province and not leave  -it���on~any ^single-Municipality,~  said Gargrave.  iGargrave was critical of the  fact that there were only 570  beds immediately available for  the Government's new scheme  for the chronically ill 'who required active medical care.  I believe that th$ Provincial  Government should take full  resi��hsihility for all chronic  car, including custodial care  how, said Gargrave.  General speaking, there are  three types of chronic care in  the Province, namely, rehabilitative,   skilled jiurein_L_j_are_-_���-  President speaks . . .  Warns weekly editors  WEEKLY editors must be continually conscious of the  increased effect of government controls on Canadian  freedom, J. L. McKenna,jnewly^  Canadian Weekly Newspapers Association, said in his  inaugural address.  T*"  "Some politicians would be  only too happy to inflict a controlled press on those they  claim to represent," said Mc-  Kenna. Despite this pressure,  he said, weekly newspapers  must continue "to serve the  best interests of our people by  informing our readers of what  is going on and, where necessary, by providing leadership  through editorial comment."  McKenna said weekly publishers can best serve this purpose by putting out good newspapers which attain high readership and respect, in their  communities.  "We have a great mimber of  free thinkers in Canada," he  said, "and free thinking rnay  have some useful purpose. But  sensible thinking is far more  important to Canada and it is  in this field where the weekly  newspapers stand out as a light  brighter than any other type  of medium.''  Election took place at 'the  closing session of the CWNA  convention at the Macdonald  Hotel  in  Edmonton,  John Sancton of the West*  mount (Que.) Examiner was  elected first vice-president and  Arvid Lundell of -the Revelstoke, (B.C.) Review was nam*  ed second vice*president.  Directors include Arthur  Stanley of the Arrow Lake  News, Nakusp (B.C.); Claude  Hoodspith, Lions Gate Times,  West Vancouver (B.C.); Leon  D'Albertansonj The Star Chronicle, Wainwnght (Alta.); Jack  Parry, The Record, Rimbey  (Alta); Irwin Mcintosh, The  News-Optimist, North Battle-  ford (Sask.); Al Mazur, The  Post, Hudson Bay (Sask.);  Charles Hawkins, The Western  Canadian, Manitou (Man.);  Fred Venables, The Echo;  Hamiota (Man.). ' -  Werden Leavens, The Enterprise, Bolton (Ont.); Gerry  Craven, The Dominion, Ridge-  town, (Ont.); David R.p Dills,  The Free Press, Acton (Ont,);  Lynn Lashbrook, The Mercury,  Rodney (Ont.); Roger Alarie,  The ��� Guardian, Verdun (Que.);  Robert Giles, The Watchman,  Lachute (Que,); Jack Allbon,  The Record, Springhill (N.S.)  and Ralph Morton, The Free  Press, Dartmouth, (N.S.),  ties are in full swing on the  Peninsula. On Saturday B.C.  Hydro held their party in Sechelt; entertaining the youngsters before Santa's arrival  were Debbie and Heather Hall  who played piano solos and also  a dueti v Mr;. Erichv Hensch sang  and Mrs. Helen Sinclair played-  ed for the children's carols.  Films and cartoons amused  the children until Santa arrived  with" his big bag of toys and  goodies.  PORT MELLON  Port Mellon .Community Hall  was filled to capacity on Sunday when Mr. Peter Ralston  entertained the ���* children with  ^puppets and magic at the Annual Christmas party. Four  eager helpers assisted the popular Channel 8 entertainer and  youngsters and adults thoroughly enjoyed the show.  Joining in the fun of the afternoon were children from the  Sechelt Residential School, carols were sung and when Santa  Claus arrived, the tree was lit  and treats were distributed  making the day complete.  ahcTTmedicai   supervision   and  the Province  and  this  places.  custodial care, Gargrave said.  Steady work and stable prices  are  real  "social security".  FOR   QUICK   RESULTS  USE  TIMES CLASSIFIED  NEED A CAR?  NEW or USED   ...TRY....,.',,., ,..,  Peninsula  Motor Prod.  SECHELT, D.C  Ph. 8A5.2111.,,.- T��i Farewell  ��!*V<' ft*  ���Uir  To All Our Customers  ftorn Egmont to Port Mellon  Wo aro very thankful and humble at this time of year���  And especially as 1966 brings us into our 20th year in business in  Gibsons, ,  Wo had faith in tho area in 1946 and it has paid us  back, not simply wealth but in tho hundreds of friends wo havo  been pleased to servo, and you number among those.  Tho management and staff not only wish you a Vory  MQrryXht-tomat.but~in-th'0-^  bo measured in many friendships.  THRIFTEE STORES DRESS SHOP & DRYGQODS STORE >  GIBSONS, B.C.,  i��< i.-���.!#-, in&m&mwi  ii^-*4aiw*��Mfc��*p*����B��i*,��**-' ������  an unfair financial burden on  that locality, said Gargrave.  Gargrave also said that no  real progress has ever been  made on the problem of chronic care until tbe financial bur-  I believe that all the patients  in the above described facilities should be covered under  the B.C. Hospital Insurance  plan at a $1.00 a day, including custodioi-cases, he added.  DOES YOUR FAMILY HAVE  REAtHOME SECURITY!  The -wisest investment you con moke for  your family's protection and your own  peace of mind is LIFE INSURANCE to  Insurance of every kind' ����v��r- tho full amount of the mortgage  on your home. Come in for the facts.  SUN LIFE ASSURANCE CO. OF CANADA  J. HL G. (Jim) DRUMMOND  INSURANCE AGENCY - SEE J. D. FOR SAFETY  Phone 886-77517 Gibsons, B.C.  m  mm.  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  BATE FAD  liiiiiiiiiiiiiM  ��� This free reminder of coming events Is d service of  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD. Phone Sechelt Peninsula  Times direct for free listings, specifying "Date Pad".  Please nofo that spaco js limited ond some advance dotes  may have to wait their turn; also that this Is a "reminder"  listing only arid cannot always carry full details.    '������������  Dec. 15�����11 a.m,��4 p,m, St. Hilda's Hall. Cake Decorating.class.,   , . ��� .   >   ''���������    -  '''"'..,    " ��� ���'      ...  Dec.   17���*7;30 p.m. Sechelt Activity Room. Christmas  , concert sponsored by Sccholt P7TA, Youngsters of  all ages welcome to visit Santa. ���  Dec. 18���-2*4 p.m. Welcome Beach Hall, Lovers of Life  . i    Lcaguo'Christmos Party,  Dec. 18���6:30-9:30 p,m, Roberts Creek Community  Hall.'Juvenllo Soccer League Christmas Party.  Films, games ahd refreshments,,  WE  John Goodwin, Bob Kent, Jack Anderson,  Harry Gregory, Ted Surf00s and Bill  Coffey welcome you at our new location  in the Richtor Block.  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD  i. **#mwmi&imM>tf>&*& <*��***.  REALTY and INSURANCE  Phono 885-2161  ���ji_^M*'*-***��*  , t��' ���  ',:���!."���  *i***.i**i'  ,?. v  KM*  r  ,i*i���\H ... ��'.','<���: (>.!'  ... ���i. ���������.���������'   - .>"!'���. 7...)��p..'nipil,��>i,|;..(..nV,,.t<J.;:.'*l.!.. !'.��*���-��.... j i'l. fc*.��fa����*.W��.��.-p-����pp^����U-*'>pM> i...t,p��"<- ��� -�� l,i.mum,..'y.i..iiii w��P:i p^p-pp..*.ip-i-'ia��t.pW��iWMPWPp^.'ppaJ������i.��i��<.rpp>.pP>i'PPf��i�� ��... 'Jl. ..... .',.  : 1 ii i..1'T"'m 4/  V  j^Yw.V*'*1^ g^y*[���t^-p-1*. iv*.-i- ^ *,,^r  . .**iW��>����������HW��*llt.p^  W  ^        ��  Wed./ Dec. 15,1965    Sechelt Peninsula Times    Page 15  : ��� * 7 ^   I    ;���~ =-������  Pender bride  11 i^t  +       "* *\ 4*,    ^  -! *'  ���  ���  ���  _*  _  Stark-Deller wedding  ���ft  N0^TIii_^>n��ale 'Ujiited Church was ,ihe ,scene< ��of-a  ?��fe T?^rKe?_ B?y' was a*** te marriage to1 Cons.  SBSl"^11 Stark} son of Mt: 4and Mrs' Erich* Stark  ot North Vancouver.        ; ____________  Given in'marriage by her fa-  _ <  ��V-<.  "*-ft*-  Mr*  therrthe*ntfid<niffe^i^    v*y    ���   the   bndeJ and - groom - w��***  Week-end soccer  Gibsons Legion  a full-length gown of white peau  de soi satin, with long flowing"  train, .featuring an -A-line skirt,  and empire waist of heavy quality nylon Jace,, styled with a  soffly scooped neckline and elbow length sleeves edged with, a  tuffle. A shoulder-length veil of  nylon JajUe was held' in place-  with a  white < satin halo.  She,  carried   a   bouquet   of   white,  glamelius.  Attending   the   bride   were  groom  guests at; a reception, leld __  the Northr Vancouver JBllcs.HaiL  For lhe occasion,* the mother_ef  the,bride wore, a champagne  beige suit'of-puff brocade,, wife  dark brown accessories. Tl��  mother of the groom wore _a  suit ol gold and white brocade  with black accessories.        , *  After they-s return -from -iT  honeymoon trip to California  and Mexico, the happy couple  THT*. niVTcrrnvT a **.������- *         f      .      '" . miewung    xne    nnde    were and Mexico, the happy couple  i-   .   .                     -_                   i D1YrW 6 soccer *^am has been hampered late- three maids of honor, Mrs. Joan wffl reside  n Worth vL���^<~  flimdnn  rottllfi*            ly fLth *��* members, only mne players tamed ud to Craddock (nee Delle.), sister of T    ,7     <5 f    Vanc<��v<*  UlVlSlOfl  reSUllS       compete With the tough iltflf SwheSSSi telm the bride-   **���  Sharon Bow- where Cons. Stark is stationed.  division 4��� ���:~^77^^ffirt^ttn^ay~the^meelr-Gibsonr~C-fiffor at 130 pm' men~<^eerF^^^yasd~Mr^ ���      '        '                 ^^  Sechelt Res, Tigers io, Se-   gctuwd in. back row with ��oach A. K. Murphy are s'  MacKenzie, L. Thomas, D./Peterson, B. Humell and f'  chelt Legion o.     /  Madeira    Park   Kickers   a,  Roberts Creek Wanderers 5.  DIVISION 6  Gibsons   Canfor   0,   Sechelt  Res. 2.  Madeira    Park    Rangers   0,  Roberts Creek" Tigers 4.  Fixtures lor Sun.* Dee. 19  DIVISION 4  -Sechelt Res. Tigers, vs.  Madeira Park Kickers,  i   Gibsons   United   vs.   Sechelt  Legion.  Game time 2;3�� p.m.  Roberts    Creek    Wanderers,  bye.  DIVISION 6  i Sechelt Residential vs. Madeira Park Rangers.  Gibsons  Legion  vs.- Gibsons  Canfor. -' * *   *s"  Game-time 1:30 p.m.  Roberts' Creek Tigers bye.  A Christmas psrty has bean  planned for all boys playing in  the juvenile soccer league,  their'*. pa-rents, team officials  and referees. It will be hdd in  the iftobcrts Creek Community  Hall on Saturday7 Dec. 18- from  6:3(W):30 p.m: y,y,:A������,,,.,. .-��� ���,.���  ���y Parents haw been-asked lo  provide sandwiches, cake s,  cookies etc. as the association  Is not too, aflluent at present  but coffee, tea and isoft * drinks  will bft provided.  ; Films and games will help to  make the evening a success  ��nd parents are urged to make  on effort to attend. ���  nwST JrS?fc.R: Hoilan'^ R' G' S'mi^ R- '^tt1 and  ^Holland. Missing are A. King, P. Watson and S. Peter-  End indecision  Sechelt PTA menibers  vote not to disband  FIFTEEN members of Sechelt P-TA voted unanimously  in favor of continuing as a P-TA racier than disband  at last .week's meeting held in the West Sechelt School.'  Decision brought to an end a  Jean Erskine. They wore identical floor-length gowns of white  peau de soi satin, with scarlet  velvet ribbon sashes, and scarlet satin slippers. They carried  scarlet carnations.  Attending the groom was best ���  man Cons. Peter Burleigh, and  ushers Cons. Lucien Bigge-  mann, and Cons. Wayne Wilson.  The groom and his attendants  wore the scarlet sege dress uniform of the Royal Canadian  Mounted Police.  Following    the    ceremony,  NEED A CAR?  NEW or USED  TRY  Peninsula  Motor Prod.  SECHELT, B.C.  Ph. 885-2111  - Ted Farewell J  THE TIMES  IS A  UNION-LABEL   NEWSPAPER  period of unrest in the Sechelt  branch caused i by lack of interest in the twenty-year-old association.        -  President Mrs. Aileen By-1  stedt announced the resignation  of vice-president Mrs. Florence  iJeffries. Mrs. Nonnie. Rathbone  iwho represented Sechelt at the  P-TA convention held in Victoria this year, was elected the  new vice-president.  <   Mrs. Dorothy Goeson, chair-  ���:man of the committee in charge  7of   the    Christmas p   children's  party to be held in the activity  {room   of   Sechelt   Elementary,  ^School at 7:30 p.m. on Friday,  'December   I7r outlined   plans  for the event,  A recent P-TA article in,The.  .Times stated that the Miss- Se-7  ichclt contest was sponsored by. ���  (thc P-TA, Mrs. C. Poteet wished*  ..it explained that this was not'  correct. The P-TA only .spoh-  sortsd Miss P-TA. Other organizations sponsored their o\yn en  trants.  Prior.to the meeting members,  toured the aiew school, in -West  Sechelt hosted Vby Mrs. Marion  Reeves and Miss JX G. Chalon-  er, who pointed.out the many  .advantages the. students have in  their bright and airy new classrooms.  A sales manager was approached by several small girls  selling Brownie cookies. They  offered no sales pitch so he began questioning them to see if  they could develop one. "Why  do you want to sell to me?" he  asked.  RESIDENTS  from Jrlalffmoon? Bay  to  the   Pender  Harbour area, including Francis Penin-  sola,  Madeira Park,  Irvines Landing,  Egmont, etc.  For a TOLL FREE call to  SIMPSON SEARS  Dial ZEnifh 6912.  '  t �� .   .   .���.���##��� * i i % (| 4 I  WMi**t*H��fi*J-:*t W��*-l  elMrfnI glow all year raond  Af lower Than City Prices  JAY Bt:E FURNITURE  ... ;...:...;A APPLIANClES     a  Gibsons, B.C.  ,v:,���y���...���..,.���,��� * Phono 086-2346  FREE TURI?��Y DRAW  ��B  _***-__-:  S3SB33SSCC  o  o  o  "���o'  o  .������r��  ��� o  .te^ *fi��^ ipnmpi^.  ���...  o  ,-o  ��o  PP..P-  ��� 4&  ���4fm*  Check These  Items:  Corning Ware  Large Toy. .  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