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 ^ &���>  +-�� ^    -  !�������� i  ^^^i;'p:  ���f>  i ii  Council iftelgtfiiqr* ��  ~ji'_  j  n  r t  y .  Si  ?-\4  West Canadian Graphic Industries Ltd  J60fr"Weit 5th 'Ave*,*   r  Vancouver 9> B.C.  Service  ��� t  4  ti * tj,;  i  1  CO^PORiAiL Alan de St. Remy, in charge  ,of the RiOMlP marine division at Pender1  HaHbour, attended last meeting of the JPen-,  der district, Chamber r of  Commerce-' to j  'stfeak on,'JbehaIf of'the Sunshine Coast Recreation Centre and W, give Surthed details  of the proposed project; r  "Opl. St. Remy,��'member of .the 'Centre'  CQanmittee, answered-'a large number,Vof  -questions on the ^subject and in asking for  the Chamber's * support explained that at  this stage all that is needed is support in  principle in order that general feeling of  the entire- area might 'be assessed.  * 'After considerable discussion it was  moyed that the; council members present  showed positive interest in the project  providing it'is examined in a twenty-year  ���expansion 'context and providing no additional tax iburden ensue. It 'was also' recom-  ��� mended that forms- of money raising-such  as-shares-be considered and that emphasis  be upon winter'rather than summer recreation. \ . ,.   '  GARBAGE DUMPING  . Eender, too, has its indisciminate refuse  dumpers and it was reported that numerous complaints have been received regarding people dumping garbage in the waters  around Bender Haribour. This, in Jurn, has  washed-back up on the beaches by incoming., tides. - '"*,', * / ,- '  - s It-wja$~ agreed the matter be turned over  to1 "the1 Regional Board enquiring1 what; if  anyiQnng;'might "'be done to curb" the prob-'  Iem'./ * v   /���  jchanged^to. "Pender Harbour and Egmont  Chamber "of Commerce.". , - ',  ��� , Suggestion by .the Sechelt Chamber that  a joint meeting of the three Chambers be  held m^brded to discAissi matters of general  interest with the school board wsa approved and time, date and location will 'be de-  terunined later. f  Annual general meeting will be held  January 20 at 8 p.m.-in the Pender Harbour Hotel. It is planned to invite, 'the  chairman or a representative of the school  board" along as guest speaker*  Gibsons business block  to undergo renovations  AT liAST meeting of the year for Gibsons  ���\council it was rioted that the past controversial   Johnston' block,   the   Seaside  Plaza* ha��rchanged hands.  ��� ; Alderman  Walter   Peterson   stated   he "  3had^-together with the. building inspector.,,  met with'the new owners who liad dndica'tr *  ed intention to overhaul-the premises., A  building permit has been taken out for, renovations ,with the object of upgrading the  building.     ''  Aid. Peterson, stressed the need for pro-'  per plans and suggested~ the. owners, be  asked to -comply, also' that the electrical  inspector be made aware of the proposed  alterations.' / . _  EXPANSION  ;-'-'Delegation, of  three  property  owners  ��� *" ,    ^see page 6  Serving the Sunshine Coast,,(Howe Sound to'iJervis Inlet),'including Port Mellon, Hopkins landing, Grantham's Landing^ Gibsons, Roberts Creek"  Wilson Creek. Selma ParltrSpcheit   Kolfmodn Bov. Secret Cove   Peri'dsr Horbour,1 AAnrteira Park  KleindnlA   Irvinp'c LnnHinn   Earl Cavp  Enmnnt.  Egmont  *ff<t vy - f ^ ri��$*i. ?~fj T^t ?f i  Authorised as second cla&  mail t by   the   Post   Qffica  Department, Ottawq,  Volume 6. No. 5  10c  * -*��� ���  ����� -.  v..  J  K  u  4  >i  CORRESPONDENCE  -MiWhile'vit might,JSave been'possible to  '~���~ ; ' T~  h'aVe ToAd ,i��ipreSentationv' at" the December    i*-s��' t * 1^^.   ���  Wmeetbg-of-the^ Sechelt Chamber4 oif   'yC[TIOUStGtmS ��� ���-���  Commerce,' some ^faculty arose due to  the fact that notice" ,of the Sechelt meeting ,  arrived invo days afterwards.  -'Hon. Isalbel Da)vso(n wrote infonming the  Chamber that a full report,on Highway id1,  is to; hi suifamitted to mVHaghways'MMister  yery^shoray; ���'��� ��� :,��      : ,J    , - ���  ' Long-promised and long delayed access  to-the,Skooku|mchuck has' again come into  the pictwejwith'a'leiteK'from the minister  ' ojf recreation and conservation advising hat  a, survey-creiv has-b'eert assigned,"to. an ac-  "cess--trail, this 'winter and'it is hoped a  yj6uth"tcrew will worlc on it next summed.  \'In answer to an enquiry- b^ the Chamber.,' department of fisheries wrote stating  no jprogram has been planned -for dogfish  tKjisVyeaf.-'This,'was.In reference to a program" Jin-previous;\years jn which' a ^unty  haVbeen.offered.- \    *",>''/   '  "<   ,  ?/  i * .*  ,'<. .Xir -'���.,4  x^y>  *.>  WEDNESDAY, MNUARr t, 1969 _  Night classes resume  after holiday recess  NIGHT SCHOOL classes that* recessed during the Christmas holidays will resume  during the week of January 13,1989.  Some of the" class'es will be 'open for  new students. Elphinstone Secondary School  offers Woodworking Class on t Tuesday  nights, and "the Typing 'Class on Wednesday nights. Also open will be the Oil Painting Class at Welcome Beach Community  Hall on Wednesday nights* and-at Sechelt  tlementary School on Thursday nights.  New and old students majrregister, on-the  night classes resume. Fee will be $16.00  for 12 weeks. All classes j begin at 7:30  P-m.  A new sewing' class ,will begin on Wednesday, January l��' at the Welcome Beach  Community Ha'H Interested persons may  contact Mr: Holgate- at 885-2175 for information.  .Other new classes"are presently being  organized and will begin in late January  and early February.  .,__ '       ,     -    , .'  -,*���     l\     '.",'    " ^Conference  In' the" process jot negotiating a new Harding;  contract ivi'thSc'ttool'Board, negotiating coinniitteerof I<ocal 801, Cdna*-  dianOJhion of 'PoMUf Employees, met  wH& -members la��t Satorday/E^om  left: vice:presjctent. ftfr.' Hans LeV:  maiin; , seoretary>r,'treasurer< . Maryl  president" ,Mrs. Dorothy  Szabq and new field representative;  for, this district, Mr. Jack Phillips  oi Vancouver. CUPE represents  municipal^ schdol board, hydro and  hospital employee's and in some*provinces, provincial employees." -   '   -  J-V  \  DIREOlX>R of the Coa'St-<Jaribaldi Health  Unit, .Dr. P. J. -Reynolds,- explains that  influenza, in whatever form it might be described, is still influenza; and should be  treated as such. He states:, '  v The present outbreak of influenza which  is occurring in North America is due to a  strain of" virus iahelled A2. There- are two  strains-of influenza' virus which have 'been  labelled A and B.. The B strain is consistent in its characteristics and -occurs every  few, -years to" eause sporadic outbursts  around the world. The A strain of the virus  is" able /to change itfe characteristics, so  that >one yearr it. can pause.. an .outbreak  and leave many- immune to it for several  years'. .However, "it may some back as  ,fc*  V " ^*,oi&fr.n*w-*  i"r.  IkE-PbRTS"/;/,, "^ "    *_\\      ' ;    ���     '  ^^rf^lawing a report that"the a mph'Sjpeed  Himii^sfghs.in; the'harbour 4,were' barely  visiHV-due toHheir 5i2;e^ and' consequently  missed; J)yjttie boating l?public^' it wais^mov' ,year5   jtiTO  e^ffife1dWbn.en��3E- transport be request. ��ther'^or.<A2" and those immune to A  ed ^.consider larger signs which.iwould be   ^ &jtfe ^^ ht no - $00^  mwejearly. visible from- -a Reasonable ., M;mi��2t We are nawekperiendn;  4��"^ i w t -1 ���*  , MJlfc- * v J'  u^brea^dtie t<rA2' strcaia of ti  ^^&i|ge^ng.^th^its^4ongytime->|Kiih<y^ox^^^^     . ^v.-'1-..   ^ it," -v  .    .pushing'la* road' worjE^iri "Uie area, the       '   ���"      ^r.-   ..^-1'-   "���  ^���    -  ^>^m^er^as-becn"r^oniised.^that Maple   '   The.outbrtafc ongtfiated. in Hong .Kong,  / Road/^EgmonV^vili-be next" on, the^list'   -SA0.^�� ?W l* Iwa^come Hong Kong or  *  Some general^or-k-lias.been under <&s u*�� ,Aaan influenza. This description has given  /     tt��l Kleind^arden Bay' Rold junetttf \ P toss certain mystical and fearsome  which imainly involves widening.        "   r     ^ropertes.  Remember whatever we-like  ,    to call it the illness still remains lrilfluenza.  NEW NA^ET,;-V J   \\'   ';���,'/,'. CarirPoweinirver, Hu, Vancouved Flu  ���/At "the, next'^general - meeting" of  the ��� or Asian" Flu, but if you get it, it will still  Chamber'it will "be recommended by the    be _only influenza.'These days are attacks  directors  ithat   the   6harnber's   name   be    of influenza are mild and are in no way  to Ibe compared to" the great world'Xvide outbreak', after World War I. . ��� - ' -l'r.   . "J",  The symptoms" are those- of influenza s-��i  fever, ���heada<;he, sode" throat", dry" cough  and aching limbs. 'If you "get these* sym^  toms go'to bed.^ take plenty to'drink dnd.  use simple medication such: as aspirin to  help^the aches, and pain's. Stay in,fted uia^  til you feel better, usually three "days. Do-  not be W hero- and go abbiit spreading the,,  virus. " . i--  >.-*  A special,,vaccine to  counter ihe,. ~AZ-  strain "of influenza hSs heen ipregar^d,'but  Missing fishezman  .GCCSSONS  ROJUP ��� arev investigating  the  'death of a fisherman found dead,at the  bottom offtbe wharf- last Saturday'"after-  .noopu^e dead man,' Robert.ijffannipg~'lilc-  Cafiney,' has Wen eesiding aboard 4iis fish    r-^- -   -    boa^'at the Gibsons .wharf, and.had" beek  are aged and the infirm with chronic/'heart,  reported; missini the .���previous, inglit.'"  er chest conditions/ ". V.     . *     - ^^jL �����-,�����> ^^e&'e-^t&e-��m.lZ'&  is-only, available in limited quantiti^^-Tbis.^  vaccine .'should be reserved for thoiss'iwho-  the home of Father D. McDonald in the  grounds of the 'Residential School December loth and -stealing a clock and a radio.  He was assisted in the crime by a younger  boy.  '    .     - *  Keith- W, Hooker^ aged thirty-seven, .of  Sechelt,. charged with' impaired I driving',  COAST CA!BliE-VlSIClir has^ announced  - -their .plans call for a service to, tooth  Sechelt and Gibsons by this, spring. Originally it was hoped'to h~ave% caTile-visIott on  the Sunshine Coast sin- operation before the  end of 1958, but numerous 'obstructions  have held <hack progress; *        '       - - >  General Manager of the company, -W. S.  Thomas, said ^this week that despite the  fact all necessary (licences nave 'been obtained he has encountered 'One frustrating  delay after another, iahis-.efforts. toy get -the  project,off the ground.'      ' -    ���        c '  Funds necessary for-the installation are  considerable; these, however, ..have been  on .deposit in the bank since last summer.  Also, as previously announced; 'many of  the materials needed for the caT��le-vision  system are on-hand or available at short  notice."  Now, irf "light of recent "developments,  the company is optimistic enough-to 'express the hope that obstacles previously  blocking its (progress may "soon clear  away. It is therefore the" firm intention to  proceed' with construction'at the" earliest  possible date. ;" "-  Mr.- Thomas added that since an initial  iny peo-  pde^dtf-not get'the' disease, ipften thoseCwho  have' suffered ttorn <smple\6'ead' colds' talk  about.their due of flu'in order'to* 'g^more  sympathy and understanding. \,        *v  Just remember, we are-only experiencing "6ne of our frequdnt "outbreaks ot'jnflu-  enza and not- som^ exotic and,*ciippl}6g,illness. Whatever we' like to call' it," influenza  still remains, influenza.    . , ,  /   1  A  t"     1  inquest a'nji : results of, .an \ auiopsy are  awaited,.Age of >the' deceased*'is; heUeved!  in ,th'p late forties.'     ,'   ,       "^. J.J'  u ;Gibsons','police report' there were, a ,  dozen or so accident^ during^the Cmistmas  period, most.of them due to weathervconditions.' Twp 'local- men stopped' by 'police  New; Year's Eve'were considered unfit to  drive and were igiven a' twerity-four hour  suspension.1   . ' , ,    *      '  (Investigations [ continue ' regarding ���  a  'track equipped with a snow plow''which..  was stolen and later fouhd (piled up'on  the Port Mellon highway. Property of. the  R;C. Ferries, the vehicle had been left unattended with the keys in the ignition. -  -   A hit and run report involving a parked car on Lower Road Robert Creek was  received by the Gibsons detachment over  the' week-end   and  that  too  is  presently  under investigation, 1  ' Two break-ins took place in Sechelt  Saturday night, one at .Morgan's Men's  Wear, the second at the Toggery Shop. It  .is understood that two sport jackets and  a fow smaller items were stolen from  Morgan's Men'st Wear and a ladies' su|t  from The Toggery. No arrests had been  made at press time. ���     "   *'        I  POLICE COURT  Twenty-year-old   Leslie   August  of  Sc  .chelt was sent to jail fqr six months when  ho appeared before-'.Magistrate. C. I; iWal- ,  kcr of jSquamish last Friday, January 3td,"  in Sechelt Magistrate's Court.     ',     ,    > '  August was' convicted of breaking Into  One year ietm  Regional: Board to elect  t  c  NEXT meeting of* the Sunshine'Coast Re-  'gional (Board is scheduled for January  31, at whicli time >a new chairman will be  elected Ifor the year. This will "be in keeping with an earlier ruling that a chairman1  serve for one,year only in order that other  directors be given an opportunity.  , First'chairman was Nonm Watson, whoi  was one of the original group responsible  for formation of the district for this area.  He lost his seat last election but this, year  takes his place as alderman for the village  of Sechelt. Second chairman was Frank  West; who his successor will be Is presently anyone's guess.  NEW LAWYER  .Previously retained as lawyers for the  board and iboth villages, Messrs. iMeQuar-  ricand Associates of Vancouver wlU have  their services terminated as of Dccembcd  31. Director Fred Fceney told the board  that council of Gibsons planned to dntcr-  view, tho municipal solicitor , from West  Vancouver who, he said,''was highly re-  cbmtriendcd and'had considerable experience In municipal affairs. : . , ���'.  ', It was agreed that Chairman West and  Housing complex  Sunshine Coast  HOVERCRAFT service between downtown ,,  Vflncouvor-Gibk>n?*Powe)l    River ^'and, ',  Tcxoda Island will commenco this spring  providing ���nothing; nntorsccn Interferes with  present plana, of ��.C. Hovercraft Ltd.  . Vice Pifcflldcnt John palng,; just rctAirned  fr!om a visit to tho hovercraft factodes In ;  England, told the Times, la&t weekend, be- ���(  Wok part ih'etftefcslvo trials with the, craft  and is exstremcly enthuslnfitlc over their  pcrfprnianco. So Important has the 'develop-���  ��� m��nt - of ��� hovercraft- been ��� in ��� ,Gre��t ������ BrttMrt -  that a knighthood, was recently conferred  upon! the* Inventor iChristophcr CockroU. i;  .; Mr,' Ulng said! thai while <he vessels  have  bceji  In service oh'.'comparatively  short runs for some tltao, four of the larger  type we scheduled to,f{o into ��orvlce this  yeir across the English'Channel.  B.C. Hover^raa now awn Its delivery' of  two of Uiu later toadcb uud H1; niorn Utau  likely ft thlnl will bo ordered shortly after  Guessing  Must be seep to bo appreciated would  bo quite appmpriato for tine candy  house bum by Mrs. K. Butler of K.  Butler Realty, Qibsons, for, the annual Christmas Guessing Contest.  Granddaughters, eight and nine  years old, Janet and JUmiso MacKay  make a guess before last Saturday's  5 p.m. deadline..but couldn't beat the  closest guess of 1,650, candies made  the local service commences. Contrary1 to   ���fe'JS* ���:^'iffl!TJ,to^'5�� ^W''  ��� ������;       '       It took 1,65G candles and 36 hours to  make tho' bliic roofed house which  has, bopn \offered . to, the Hospital  Auxiliary; togtfthcr with $20 proceeds  of ...uto/cotiM,;.:.       .;;:'.'.,.;,,....,,.;..  earlier reports that another company would  bo operating, it Is understood n'nino year  exclusive .chattier has been granted UJ...B.C,  jlQve|"Cttaft..', ;  '��� ������;     ��� "������'.  1 ,j;Wiilv a.thi^ty-iriinuie run between Cib-  sons and down'to^n Vancouver, it is anticl*  patctl that comrhutor truffle wlU Increase,  eonRidftta-bly. The' company ha> already,  received a number of enquiries in this rcs-  pc<t'. and it i�� morti ������ 4l����'��� pof��lbl�� -, tot  shoidd there be sufficient demand a ��top  will ho> CHtnltllshcil in Sechelt. ��1ho.  One of the- previous disadvantages of  hovercraft lias been the ndiso factor j this  lifiH now hern ovcrcomo and the lwtor  mndcls aro reported to be almost ��llcnt.  Dale of delivery depends upon snlUnR from  ftouthhmplon from where Lhe'crafL will be  i>hlp)>cd via Uie NiunU CjDuI.    ���  Parents Auxilary  staris new progriiri - -  ROBERTS; Creek  Parents; Auxiliary ��n-  ���notjuccs' that every Friday at 7 .p.m.,  badminton,   card  games   orM drama   aro  ftVnllnblo to resident*'<of Roberta Creek.  The jiroKiviin' of activities commenves  next Friday, January' 10th at 7 p.m. In  Robert,<; Creek Elementary School, Admlti-  .slon.i'i twcn(y^flvo'eent.s and parlieipanlu  are mjn'eiiM'to InliiB Ihdr owjj, rackVUi.  '    .   ���   ���'������'���  A  SUCCESS of tho Sunshine Coast; Senior  ' Citizen's Homes project has proved so  great itliat plans have been advanced for ,  an additional' ton units, bringing a total of  twentyj The;ifir5l. ten aro fiilly occupied  and demand for more accommodation has  glvcr> itho Society good cause to believe tho  work;'should be commenced without delay.  '.'Spokesman for the firoup, Canon Mlnto:  Swan, who has worked;ceaselessly to raise  'funds for tho prioject, slated laflt/weck Iht^t  in a'ssQSsin^ tho financial possibility it'';U  recognized tW* every eommunlty Has a  :poteiitlal ibased 'upon tiio individual' pe^  fipecllve. There are ma;ny generous Kop'A  who respond to every appfcftl: in '���order,.; to  help,soancflno Clio.' A number of those vyhb  ,, donated,,, "to..!.the firfi,t., atft^al; ,',Mvjb';": wMft'  'v|sltifrg the(liom,es,witne;8si;d the Joy, of;  tjie^enaiits. ohserved their how frlqnd8htp��  *m<F. then returned home to send oijf' m\-  o^hor gift, simply because they Uked what  they,saw.; ,.";.- ;���������.,,' ','���'��� ''.:   .',  ...������...,..iln...4...rattier critical: vein,.. Canon .^Wan.'  cxipr^sticd. Uio view that in every counmu*  nily|hero art' tliose who glvo 'a7rib'm)nal',  amount In order to say "I igavc" yet in  their, own heart they ;dld| not really wish  to donate,'Thepe. he Bald, are the otjes v/hb  say that 'these older folk should have saved their money when they were working  In orifler to provkjc for their future. Thlp Ib  followed with a sense fa. sclflfilinejis ��inii  lack'jjif coliifiafctitbh duriiig' which, llio'dc?  fence imcchanlsim, proceeds to, toll this person that ho ��� liaa /Worked hard all his life,  has saved 'his imoncy ��� and needs no charity. "I'licro Isn't much to do or ��ay' in such  cases toxcept perhaps to fed sorry for such  In-grown personalities who . have , ncyer .  known the thrill and Joy of assisting  others," he added.  .Study and research underway at the  present time,'takes into account 'many as-  ipectR such ��'3 iporcenlago of people who  hhve given In relation to total population.  j'AippareiHly unost of itho funds came from  average or lower Incomo groups. At the  samp time there were a- fow generous doiv  aiidns from Individuals who; gave happily  bu,d of affluence.    '  in order that uho second phase Involve  Ing ten more unllf* bo undertaken In the  ";near ^turo^ Canon..Swan Suggests a post-  live filgn for acUon would encourage nn  Jncrcase In donors both large and sjnill;  lEyery penny possible will bt> required and  tlibfull support of nil is expected to help  bring the project to completion.  ���It Js pointed out that the .majority of  those-who have worked to establish the  Cltizeiis' Homes nrc senior citizens themselves, Various 'organizations have assisted In many ways and ninny Individuals  and groups have, expressed the view that  Ihp, cause, Is both jVralHeworlhy and corn-  ineudahlo.   ,fc. ,  ^t^^iHaJB^sffii!^;^,,^^!;^^^  ���/e:m,mitmi^iim^��-mi*����m^  ,!��    JwUttit.1  the secretary-^treasurer sit in on the interview with a* view to obtaining his services  for the regional district1 also,  GARBAGE ;    v  Another step forward toward the Jlong  draiwn out ganbage collection system project was made with a reminder 'by Director Cliff Gilker of his notice of motion regarding the by-law. -Secretary Charles  Gooding suggestpd directors prepare comments and- recommendations to be submitted at the next meeting.  Director Gilker has previously expressed disgust at; the lack of action in establishing Ihe system' approved .by the public  more than a year ago. #  WATER REQUEST  iRcqucst for water service to tho Baip-  tlst camp on Keats Island was originally  made to village of Gibsons. Tills in turn  was submitted to the regional board, which  at Its last meeting moved -the matter be  tabled :! pending  dlscusslba  with engineer  -]V|nrUn Dayton,'        .������ .��� ���': '������:������'������:,���' '���������;��� .���.';: r '���.;;':���'  A meeting: with Mr. Dayton ho��s been  tentatively, arranged for early 'January, at  , whlcji tlmo he will meet with the water  committee,; Eollawlng "notice, that -the' engineer has; recently been cited ."Engineer  of. the Year'?, it was moved a letter of con-  :gratulatlons be forwarded him������ on. behalf'  of tho 'board. ��� '���.���;.' ���/���'��� .j ������,���������'���   ; '., ��� ': ,���  It jwas also moved that tho water committee iproQcod on matters concerning ex^-,  tonslon of Letters-, Patent and the "Waterworks' Program for 180?.   '  fa-efckep. M  with many enquiries  M!RS, WM. MeGREGOTl, Senior Cltizcna'  Couascllor for the Sechclt-Pcnder Har-  Aour' area, reports that she Is receiving  many enquiries from' senior citizens rotating to pensions, dental services and hear-  lng'��1d,r,and that sho has been able to help  In many cascsi  A conference for senior cllixcns' coun-  ..6eUor��,waa. held In:Vancouver,on December J <), when wany important matters per:  talning to the welfare of the elder cithen  came up for discussion. A committee was  appointed to Investigate the high cost of  jhoarlng aids and to consider setting up a  class for Instruction In the, u^c of hearing  aids. There was dteeujslori rcgardlng> the  atteniiHs of certain optometrists to collect  from their customfcrfi the 10'.nor.:< dent:'of  their ateounts not covered ,by the^.C.  Medical Pl��n. 'Ah��o, ways and i��c*r�� wtro  considered of protecting pensioners from,  fly.by-nlght repairmen who liavo victimised' many senior cltizctiH; In tho Vancouver  area.  Mr. E. Wt Berry, Director of the.Dlvl.  slon of Aging, plans to visit Sechelt cjuiy  in the New Year and any senior citizens  who have problems or questions they  would Uk;c to put to Mr. Berry should tele-  fltottu Mrs. iMetlte^i^ at 8lfe��-BUtt.  ,|I  t  V  *?  ,^*)(i��Mi^-^ ���'�� *J"    ">*��  .IrtlH-^A ^^fcv(.#��  i(*  ���*  vfV,^^���^^*,^>*��*^H���,*^M.V��*'*''l��*^l���^*���*^^*WM^#H*f^^  >��i��wtylUi��lU��1,*[ |*rt^**��fki����s��fl^i, i$t. *k ��khb ti'4 r>* *���> ,��ti ,��{, v.->-4r i  \     - '>    f   - ,  l  i'  .      I  foge- 2 tfie Pehtosuto times/ 'V^dwesiay^ Jawuciiry'-^-tsto  ,,'Tj&PnoiS^^ii - Sech?I> - ^ni.88S,9��|  -,!���<  U^i-  ' i <���!  Classified  . * ���.��* ���**��� -^  , fti^L 'JBST^TE'^Cciofifli^ll' H#AU (Continued)  VIEW lots for~sale in WesfSe-    '    ' "  chelt.   Ptu   885-9330   dr;>"885  '^?96 br -write ^bx-44'H-feec"fi^lt,  . ��.ii;���  �����t<,  BUILDING SUPPLIES  .��fj  fi'  *���-  KM'SALT  FOR SALE, (Continwed)    . JpK$kW&$*$mS#)il>  - 9883-tfn  *   ��  ' ' ' at .Sechelt,* 8.C>    !  Member, Audit Bureau  ' "^f Circulations'^ ?f,  September 30,1968'  Gross Circulation 21 OB  Paid Circulation 1946  ,   '(Subject7 to Auditl  Classified Advertising Rotes: .  3-Line Ad-Briefs a2 words),  One insertion _I 75c  Three  Insertions ������~���$1-50  Extra lines (4 words) ��� 15c  ' '���>   (This rate does not apply'to  (        commercial Ad-Briefs.)       ' v  Box Numbers l0.c extra  25c BoQk-keep,ing charge is added  '     for Ad-Briefs not paid by"'  publication'date.  Legal or Reader advertising 35c  per count line.  Display   advertising;   in   classified  dd-Brjefs columns, $1.75 per inch.  Subscription Rates���  3y mail, Peninsula area ���$5��Q0yr.  By mall, beyond 30 miles "  By mail, special citizens  By carrier . 50c month  WILL ��qur itttfs.bfr safe this-  ^inter? Let'us make cert'din.  Itees topped; .limbed dr'felled.  Insured ,. experience and" guaranteed - \vork." ���' Free *' safety  inspections '-v ahd, - efefitnates.  Phone 885-2109. ;' s ; ' 9943-tfn  ��� ������ iw.i ^i    j,,, ��� 1, ,,M> ,        , j[|4  CARPENTEll work, albfaUons,  -carports^   ^tc. ..,885-2343    or-  evenings ��85-9460.'   s "  xi874?tfri  ��� fcEALTY ,& dMSU|lA.N<2P  \   "* -Notary' Public -    "  =: - -i ��� "    Btember   -v *" t'  Vancouver Rear Estate Board  "   Multiple Listing Service,,  ' *-',?   >HONE 886-2248  4 ..Bedroom,-Full?cement basement; "View Home in-Gibsons  ���    A  .'J  r+-  SEVEK months old, ha^f ,^appa  uiuauxvs    uunamg, , fiiuppiiejj    ut>|SD TV -?49,95;  comnuiawon ,-��<:.-> tt^ 'sHit^4t��s   Morsanss.   sisvkw monin, oia.na^^appa-  Ltd, ' 886-2642,,. Gibsons,  $.��    ^Fleetwood'-stereo   and r!TVv- ^885-9330   SeffiBlt*^ Cr. **' * ^ "���   ldos,a W1?' falter *Brd|hct. Ph  QualUy^eadyimUted-'cpnciete    teg. $595.95,-1 year��old, now?,',    ���^y ^-T ' "   'na^tfii    W&m.\\.*."s ... .* t"j9825-{  t ^  .  Tbrift ^0.' 18  - "(Section' 82)*'  ;   LAlSiTDACT  -X  ServitigVtbi'area for ^0 years  reg. $595.95,-1 year > old, now(<  $349.95; used', GE' portable "TV,1  T?g , T./.afeUh   ��M#i&  9825-8  it  sNoticei"of Intention to Apply  -���"     "   to Lease Land    - - ^    ^  .   .     "   ,-.   ,  In Land Becordihg District ct  Vancouver and situate "vicinity  of Secret Cove.  FltEE'^ good'-home���3 months1'&ousev\vring^e* .washer,, $29.95^  -'old black\ puppy: Male. 888-   Parker's Hardware- Ltd.,' jSeeh-V TAPPANf Gurotois- range "with  9824.-3i.'.",-C ':    ,*       '9823-6    elt, B,C.J Ph.)5885-2171. N 9895-tfn,   '-overhead ' Wn.    Pr,acticaUy  'J}', -ATTRACTIVE   .lhale   pwps  ;avaKflble\;885r20l4M *, ^007-6  FOUND,  RUBBER stamps of all des-  ; jcriptions vmay' tie - obtained  . at The ^Tiiwes". "Phone 885-9654;  Quick service on all" orders. '  * 9824-6  BAJJER   :,C-2    '8mm',    Movie  Camera; * 3 .speed; .powerful  ��� 1,' 1 _j   ���.���-,-   t  ������-���       Take notice that, Albert Per-    ',��.   "���;���: *���  Well' ^landscaped   with   Swim    ry Morrow of 7145  Cliff Rd     BAG lauudty- Monday Dec. 30  Popl. $21,500 "VP Good value.*       west    Vancouver," occupation    * lO^P.^-^Owner may claim   battery   powered, - microphone  PHILIPS Cassette' Tape fte'cof-   z'ojsm-1 lensej'  like   new,   with.  ~der,  ' fully    'transistorized,  * len'se^shade^tmused film and all  a*<;cessories,    cost   over   $300,  1200'   floor, area, V Bedroom   Sales Adminis~trht&, intendsTo   h* P^P^ **#$* f d; 885-9574:    and-'l new tape; like-new/drily /sacriffce; $150: Ph. '885-9654.*  "*     -~ "ied viewV S    apply'fqraieiseof the,foUo'w ^     ,    'V*'*.    \    "    '',9SJ9-6 \ $60. Ph. 885-9654.  Heme; Unsurpassed    ,      Tn.LlCUM.-Chimney^SetvIeer %S^t year old home isa'byy at in^ described lands  /Eaves cleaned' and repaired. $18,CGo. $5.Coo down, ?- ^ , - Commencing r1, -  Painting, .,Mafdenwg; ..janitor '.FOR CASH.! Electric be'atefr 2   ^ approkiAa  -98i$"tfn  -s    .-  .l9812-tfn  -MARINE ACCesSOR\E5%  '" Paint^-Fibreglass���Ropef;. Vt  ��� t Canvas���Boat Hardware-  ( Compress^ air service for,  '-   " IsWndjivers air, tanks./  Skiiidivers available - foj? r-J  -   .^ -' -salvage' work, '   *   ,  WALT NYGREN^ALHS:,  ;/-.'.    ltd.  ' >'��>y  .Phone ^86-9303, Gibsons, BIG.  1 ' 1306-tfn  y  V  I.  k  ������>'  i1  ftEl> \t!AWeD            ..                                        t     V> burins,    well f��sl?   ��HicB-;3flO-feet.'Muft;  BABYSITTl^G>rin - my   ;dwn   Jatidsc^H,7aV H and We ^Jgf^^'SKrE  ^home.Phone^ok./^B   J^**W>\          ; ���   ^' ;,' <S��e$fef X*.  SSS^S  MQO' WATERFRONT, on cove, fesS, ipr. the pUrpose of a sum-  facing ^Gulf and Islands. 117Q mer residence.'";   ""  ��� l_^_ -,,,,, ,,^ ;.    so ft main .house with % .base-^ ��i���        _   'l      ^  '    %AlAi  ^KlTfcr;'"  ' imentjuto oil, 220 wiHng/good A^E��? HERRy,#ORRO\V  .>   ,,bAl^L;\WANjFED           ^ter, Jtw��   .bedroom   rental JDated Dj*.,5th, laa*..  S-SX-'"    ��� P -JS0V*?^ ^ 'U*" ^b^ ^Hated/^OO. .Te^s. 083i.pwJ):'rjec. -18, 24,' 1968. Jan,  $5.50-yr.    required. Contact J.$L. aayes,.  I  .. Ki                 nfi, nL' "  ' '-  :_$?yr.    Reea^oss"&.? Fern,Sechelt,   ^-j^AcMynn ,       88^-2500  0e month   ��u��;.<>5i^   ". >v    ^     ��� 9532-tfn    Do Wortmpn  885-931^.  SA'LAL PIKERS WANTED  1 -'���z.-i ," >   *' s y -���-  Rhone /yitjs./Jsiaidq .y/ilson  w :: |85-97fld or Vrite:    >  VBoX'390,^echett, B".C.  '>'-  w       . > u9752-tfn  J. Warn  886-2393  886-268)  Box 238, Gibsons, B.C.   '"  V/ 2005-6  LEGAL   NOTICES  ���  11  E  COMING EVENTS  ���  Wed" Thur^ Frl., ( "  Jafc''8# 9/10"* *  George P,eppard and Mary. ���  Tyler Moore'in ' ''  j "WHAT'S-SO. BAD j  ABOUT FEELING GOOD?"  Sat., Mon., Tuesv Wed.,  Jan." 11/13; "14/15:'  A feminine Alfie!  Carol White in  "POOR CAROL"  (Restricted)  Donovan Sings'^  TWILIGHT THEATRE  '     Gibsons  2004-6  BIRTHS .  RECRUITING OFPICER  BERT ANDVerna Sini wish" to ' about the  variety of positions , lowing' described lafads:-  announce the birth of a baby    ��Pe?^ the Navy, Army, and -             "  ------          - ���          - '    Air Force to young men 17 to ted  ; 29 with grade 8 s>x better. . lot  4661. -thence' 100 ,ft. east;  Particulars   available noon  to JneP.ce 3,?0 ft. south; thence 1Q0  8 p.m. right here in    '-< if- west; thence 300 ft; north,  /"Iocokic      \a   lAM &^  cbntainiiiig, three quarters  .VilBiUlNb r   14, JAM.  . acres, more or less, for the pur-  ,    .SUNNY ���CQAST :MQTEL^, ''       "'"  "NOON TO 8 p.m.      ��� '  '..-���/      "  ��� ,A.    " --" -    -S810-6  The   Canadian;   Forces   today  have a fresh, progressive' outlook' and  the best of' modern  equipment.  Opportunities  for men of initiative   and   intelligence   have  seldom been better. See your  CANADIAN FORCES  . Form No. 18 .   - . ���  j      (Section-82)   -   '     -<  *,- LAND ACT-  Notice of Intention to Apply,  to Lease Land  In Land .Recording District of  Vancouver' and situate- Secret  Cove and D.L. 4661 Group" 1  N.N.D.  Take notice that Brian  Thomas Humphrey of N6>th  Vancouver/ B.C.,1 occupation  computer programmer, intends  to apply for a lease of the fol-  ^gqvernment' OF'THE  PROVINCE i>F, BRITISH  COLUMBIA DEPARTMENT  .     , OF HIGHWAYS   .  MACKENZIE ELECTORAL  ',.. \ j  district"  BRIDGE PRPJECT NO, ���41  . -BLTJBBER BAY FERRY  ���   - TERMINAL .  "      CONTRACT NO. 1  '"'  . JifARIN,E- STRUCTURES'  NOTICE-TO 'CONTRACTORS  _''-.'.       At the 6,500 foot level  Photo-on left shows Braynor "Mine   candidate and 'were annoyed^ wifl; ' down the mountain to the main road  (Bbss:.Mouhtaindivision) at the 6,--'lba redistribution .oL> ridingJJboun- '^nd. 100 Mile House. At .this, point\the  500 foot level. The staff here didn't   daries. On the right a "through the .^Qad was covered ;with a three inch  want to lose Davie .Fulton as their   windshield, shot", Of. th^ ^lalpmrjiih- T4����ft��g of ic6-''    ' ���Pe'ar^all photos  Battles at the polls . ����� , . , t ,      .,  Me- won ahd lost Boss  HERE'S another of those stories from the    ing   companies ^ maintain   these   private started syearing at us for taking them -a-  v��   >--  ountam  amjals of the "Coast Chilcotin returning  officer;' The last one we printed, October  28, told the on meeting between the deputy  returning officer and th# Jdemaiah Valley  Indians near .Williams Lake. This time the  tale iTIroW the polls at the Boss Mountain  Division of Norarida' Mines.  Here in the words of, Jack Pearsall  by .the Minister of Highways in Cc-ast'Chilcotin returning officer is the tale  his office at the Parliament 0f hjow^fie won and lost Boss Mountain.  Buddings, > ��� Victoria, British ����We ^ out jn ���arly spring of x'67 for  Columbia, up to 2:00,,^. the, puirptuse of estabhshing -the eleptoral  (Pacrfic   Standard   Tune)L,non    boundaries  between  Coast   Chilcotin   and  Sealed ^tenders, marked "Tender   for * Bridge  Project? No.  ~6ii:   Blubber- Bay  Ferry ^.Terminal, Contract No.  1���'Marine  Structures", "lwill  be  received  roads. They are without signs or distance way from Davie.  .indicators so we just bore-on hoping we '    "We backed our ,way out of a danger-  Iwere on the right .track." ' ous  situation" with promises, saying-we'd  "All moved along smoothly until we hit <&eck further on the boundaries.  Eagle Creek junction. Mud and ice cold -    "O? the way down^ from the 6,500aeyel  water barred our way. We were iirced to the car slalomed its way down a la Nancy  put on chains (on snow tires! )-while bogged _pi:een- Darkness moved m, bur two hours  do'wn in six inches of<cbld sludge.  , ^^^V^^^JS-^SaB-i11^^  \t,���                %           .    ,   \             -IU reported m to the JtiCMP at 100 Mde House.  ^,';We co^tuiued.on a steady .course mth r <lvWe arc foitwnate we ^ott,t hsv^^ogo  th^aid of our charns for forty mUes  The ^aek^d $&& that gang at the mine'of-  tam had turned to snow. We slithered and "fice ,wh& .^ onjy lost^-Daivie Fulton 'as a  slipped sideways, backways and sometimes ��� ���       "  daughter, JRebecca Anne, j lbs  3 oz; .bora December 27, ,1988  ��� at St. Mary's Hospital Sechelt,  B.C. A sister,for Wayne.  2Q03-6  .                    .                      ,    ,, . "candidate, but saw him lose out asTan MP,  ^ u����luw ^.^           .Tuesday    the    28th    day"of   iSS^^cariS^creVfed in~"the"ll966 Re-    ^vards, positive because of cold ice con.- because a 19S8 r��-check of the riding boun-  Commencmg at a post plan-, January; 1969, hnd opened in   dilSfinn Act       -   >       ���                         ^^ We I��ust be dose to tile C**���*��� dar-ies showed that, the Brynor Minei'on  d 400 ft. east, of N.E. corner    pubuc at that time and date. *         S115��; i* *m*hn�� w *,�������iHp    lGe ^ields ���A tte m^ b.or4er:JFinally <B6& Mountain were .seven miles insidVthe  public  Plans,  ^��s. "Tfie jveatheir is anything >ut favorable  specifications, jirjmd   at thal'time'of.year, especially if you hap-  we -found ourselves at Hendrix Lake.  Following-*a 'Ion? spiral -road we ascen-  , MR. ANp yiRS., RON Sim wish  to announce thebirtii'of a son  -Vj^ffery-Ronald,  gfv lbs.', li-oz;  born December 27, 1968 at St.  Mary's Hospital, Sechelt,  B.C.  * 2002-6  FOR REiMT  DEATHS  GREEN: Passed away suddenly on January 2, 1969.' Walter  'Rod' Green aged 44 of Harvey  Rd.; Granthams Landing, B.C.  ' Survived by his loving wife,  Irene; l daughter, Mrs.'W. May  Briscoe of Calgary; 1 son,  David Dyer of Gibsons; and 4  grandchildren. Mr. Green was  a member of the Royal Canadian    Legion,     Branch     148.  HALL' toi  rent, ^Wijson \Qteek  Community Hall. Contact' Mr.  Glen PhiJlips. 885-2183. 1095-tfn  ONE bedroom house for rent.  "Ph.  885J-2306.   ' 9872-4  1   BEDROOM,   furnished   suite  on   beach   Selma   Park.   ��45  9809-6  month. 886-2380.  po^se ttf summer hi>me sij��.  BRIAN  Dated  9Si29;Pub. Dec. 18,-24, 1968. Jan.  "     8,'15, 1969  .File I^o:  2���A351���9A (AOL)  Dbcket No: 836  CANADIAN TRANSPORT  COMMISSION    ",  '  AIR WEST AIRLINES LTD���  APPLICATION FOR AUTHORITY   TO   SERVE   SECHELT,  conditions  of "tender 'mayiLbe ' pen to wander "off the main roads. Pour -,���.,.-        - , .       .,-     .       ���.        . ..  obtained from'thl 'bepTr&nt    daysjtf heavy fains and'sleet had turned W^LK^^yhriiJfS^^  6fr Highways, ' 773-6th   S&t,    side'ioads into' rivers of water and- mud ��VJ0 ��ot to��L Snow had been plowed to  N,w%eystmip7ster,'   B&    that-wasim to.one foordeep in place. To ��g^*^^^  concern i-at�� the- mine~ office  new - boundaries;- ^meant ^losing  couver ,3, British Columbia tor tsad conditions and tola tftem our *x- X>avie Foulton as their Candidate. 'Conver-  (Tele'phone 684-8918) of from peeted route and approximate time of Ration at the mine cjffice got "pretty ^trong  the undersigned for the surn^of return. "We-.left 100 Mile House J��y v��y atonies.1 We* had no. sooner .sworn in one*  ten dollars (^10.) which is not of a dirt road that had the occasional Jiaxd- of the "timekeepers as enumerator and DfyO  refundable.   ''  ~  " '     .. _. in miles inside ^tiie  JKa/proaps-" Cariboo.'��� Davie Fulton's' nd-  jng:y        -     ;     -    ....,.,.-.  i.t  mmemmcHwcH  SEftVICE:__^ ,      "_'    '       JSECHHUT  ���SunjjjoyjSchOoi^-10:00 o.pn^    - - ���  _. Chjjrch jcr��ico,7-..U:15o��m.  ���    "   ,rev.a.W!1-MS,pastor  you qre ^"nv^d tofjttendanV or each service  Construction of this " contract  shall conform to the requirements of/the applicable sections  of the Department of Highways  ".General     Specifications * for   n.    Highway Construction". If,the  B.C.   UNDER   LICENCE   No!    bidder does ijot already have a  top patch and,made for Canim. Lake. Min-    then the whole staff including the manager  Says Medical Post  REAL ESTATE,  EXCELLENT commercial lot  ���centre Sechelt���highway lo-  Funeral was held on Monday, 1 cation, level' ahd cleared. AH  p,m. from the Family Chapel services available.' Box' 1104  of the Harvey Funeral Home, peninsula Times.' ' 1104-tfo  Gibsons. Rev. D., Morgan offi  ciating. Cremation. No flowers,  donations   to   Sunshine   Coast  Senior Citizens Projeet.   ���   '      2008-6  JURE���One December 24, 1968,  Henry Mark Jure, aged 65  ;years, of Govvcr Point Rd.,  Gibson, B-C., Survived by his  loving1 wife Violet; 1 daughter,  Mrs. Betty E. M. Verrechia,  Winnipeg;' 2 brothers, Walter,  North Vancouver, Ralph. 2  sisters. Mrs. Winnie Farquhar-  son, Kamloops. Mrs. Annie  Blake, Albcrni, B.C.; 3 grandchildren, Gall, Michael and  Scott, Mr, Jure was a retired  memberof the B.C. Hydro Employees Union 213. Funeral  Service was held Saturday at 2  p.m. from the Family Chnpcl,  of the Harvey Funeral Home,  Gibson, B.C. Rev. D. Morgan  officiating. Cremation. Flowers  in  containers  only. 9811-1"  IN MEMORIAM  McNUTT~In Uvjng memory of  Gladys  McNutt,  wlio passed  away JaJnuary loth 19C8.  Notlilnti can ever take away  The loye a heart holds dear,  Fond memories linger >cvcry  dny,  ���Remembrance k e o p n  her  near,  ���Ever   remembered   by   her  husband, Fred.  0515 G  CARD OF THANKS  LOTS for sale, 4 cleared view  lots in Selma Park. Serviced  with power and water. Priced  at $2,750 each P.O. Box 299,  Sechelt or to''.vipw contact L.  Nestmati, Selrna Park.   96594fjn  A.T.C.  1809/65 (NS)  Under Licence No. A.T.C.  1809/65(NE| Air West .Airlines  Ltd. is authorized to operate o  Class 3 Irregular Specific Point  commercial air service from; a  base, at Vancouver, British  Columbia, serving the points  Nahaimo and Victoria HarboUr,  British Columbia.  The Licensee has now applied  for authority to serve the  additional point Sechelt, British  Columbia,    from   a    base ��� at  copy of these specifications one  may be obtained f,rom the  Proyincial Government Plan  Viewing  Room,' Vancouver" 3  Watch tjxose fats, theii  lessen heart danger  British Columbia, or from (thc  undersigned for the sum of "ten  "PLEASE pass the Cholesterol."  "By all means. And do have some more  of this delicious saturated fat.  I cooked It  public to:        ���'  /���Eat' less   saturated  fat i(usually   of  ...._. animal origin).','   ' ,       ' !  dojlars. ($10.)   which   is   not   especially for you." .-,',1���Im>rease the ^consumption' of unsatur-  refundable.    All    copies   pur-        Aji impossible dialogue?   Yes, but only   ?ted vegetable' oilsrfand* oth^r polyhns^ur- ,  chased    are    registered,    and   the1 words are unreal.   The situation they    ated fats, substit^tifg them for anltrial fits  amendments     are    forwarded   reflefcHs real enough. wherever possible.  When issued. \      .   Because  each  year,   more  and  more  No fender will be accepted Canadians may be eating their way to pre- . _ Allui,t_ �����*^m^iiftn nn,i *-ftA hnn\r  er considered which contains an mature heart attacks, the B.C. Heart i-if^ &^^f^SS^ jL��^%C  escalator clause or any other   Foundation warns   changes in our eating    g.^{gflgj- ^ %STSmSSi  Its are In order for all of us, young    il���l.\ l ��unu����uon,   xjov  yve��  wojjq-way,  ,   ANGLICAN CHURCH  . P SAINT HltDiA'S���SBCH^LT.1      "  1  ��� 8;00 fl.m. Every Sunday  * - -: 9-:30 aim.' GhufcH School       ���-  ���  11:00 o.m. 2nd,,-4th, 5th Sundays,  ',  713P[p7m. lstarid.3rd}Sundays  ,< ",  Services held regularly Jn       * ���,���.  GARPEM BAY; REDROqFFS pnd lEGr^QI��IT  For information phono 885-9793 '  '  Every Vtyed. ^p arp.y.'Cornmunion,St,'rjllc|q',s |  '-Eat less food rich in ^cholesterol.  -If overweight, reduce.  Rl ftctt RRoq   ' Nanalmo'   under   the   above-   qualifying   conditions   and   the   habits' are In order for all  BLQCK BROS. mentioned licence lowest or any bender will not    and old. sick and well.  This  Phone Mr. Good 681-9700 collect  or ,736-9171      ' ,  For fast seryice on all properties anfl businesses.'  WE TRADE HOMES  0646-tfn  K. BUTLER REALTY  & INSURANCE   *  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 880-2000  MEMBEII  MULTIPLE LISTING  SERVICE  -i 886-2000  ��� 880-0056  ��� 880-2000  ��� 883-2284  200M>  DAVIS BAY - WITH VIEW  Ncw-uruquo design, 1,500 ft of  cpaclous living; 3 hdMijhj living room; dining room i/m kitchen. Col. Van. plumbing. Split  levol with basement and large  fnriilly room over. Some finishing. Will M?ll unfinLsbcd or will  finish.  SF.LMA PARK���Largo lot  $2,800. Good terms.  NEW-WEST SECHELT.  Luxurious 4-pIex on B0 x 478  lot. Own water syjvtem, 14 x 20  living rooms;  wjw.  earpcts;  2  qned licence.  On request to the Committee, "ecessnrily btf Accepted,  further    particulars ' of    the ,_    "���T- MIARD,  application will be provided. DEPUTY MINISTER.  Any   person interested  mny Department of Highways,     '  intervene   to   support,   oppose Parliament Buildings,'  accordance   with  the( General, Victoria, British'Columbia,  on modify ithe/AppUcatiori:  in File No. 4228-1 ���  warning v/as  K. p\itler  Ron McSavancy  Ed Butler  jjon Talt  ROY    MARSHALL   wishes    to  thank   all   his   kind   friends  neighbours    for    their    lovely   f    __    >  enrtls npd KlftH fient ,to him nt    bdrnui;" coloured plumbing." All    r���^ o' ��" Intervention.  (the/  Rules made luidcr tlic National  Transportation Act. An Intervention, if made, shall be endorsed with (tho name, .and  address of the Intervener or Its  Solicitor, and shall be riiallcd  or delivered, together with any  supporting documents, to ithc  Secretary, Air Traasport Com-  mlttce, 275 Slater Street,  Ottawa, Ontario, with copy of  tho Intervention nndi documents served' upon the applicant or its Solicitor, not later  Ithqn JANUARY 29th, 1969.  Tho applicant's address is;  Vancouver International Airport, Vancouver, B.C.  The applicant or Its Solicitor,  mny, by a Reply, object to an  Intervention, or may rndmlt or  deny nny or nil of tho facts  alleged in j.he Intervention. A  Reply, it made, shall lie signed  by the Applicant or Its Solicitor,  and shall he mailed or  delivered to the, Secretary, Air  Tnampott Committee, 275  Slater Street, Ottawa, .Ontario,  with co'py of fho Reply served  on the Intervener or Us Solicitor, within ten (10) days after  December, 1968.  1     2001-r-Pubk. -January 8, I960  CARS and TftUCKS  1959 Metropolitan hard top. 4  speed on floor stick &hlft,  Bucket floats,'radio and heaUir.  Good coridltlon $300. Ph. 885-  9494. 9820 6  l'poi   Travellall   for   sale   or  trado. #85-03Q8. 9814 6  >Vv*ANTgD TO BUY  -   ��� 1  iwi���w..i.iHpM.,i.i.,..��l.....<>.rt ������*������ ���������iw.��� ��f.m.*w*m  PIANO In good condition. Ph.  " 885-9670. 7543-5  <ii,i.iililP..M|iiWi.miMiii.i.i..w n   mm   in   in  i m  WANTED   WJLL   purchase    patches   of  standing  timber,   phono 88ft.  $1,50. 168Mfn  ���*r   '.. .   ANTIQUES ��� Wanted,   copper  hras3, silver, old oil paintings,  Victorian furniture, old pewter  etc. 885-3320. 2000 0  TRAVEL  Powell River General Hospital  on the occasion of his 21st  birthday, December 21th.  0817-6  PfeRSOHAt   '   :: ';���   ���     : /������  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous. PX).  B,��x 294, Sechelt, B.C.   Phone  |��;9876. ,':,.     "' '.: ,      9S9-tfn  with Gulf view. Fully occupied,  R Gregory 085-9392  H. B. GORDON  & KENNGTT LTD.  ,   Phono 885-2013  Sechelt, B.C.  ���   '     .   '.   '    ���  9374-2  Proof of feorvicn .shall be  made by Declaration under  Oath and filed with the Secretary,  AtU TRANSPORT  COMMITIT'K  OTTAWA, CANADA,  December 19th, 19��W. i  "'7645-/P>th. Jan. 8,' 1SSD'  FOR all travel information and  booklTigi,  Margaret MacKen-  zlo '(local rep), Eaton's Where  To Go Travel, 886-29G0. Gibsons.  *       OfMM-tfn  RENO 8 days  $69, Side trips,  fun money, and extras, Taylor ' Tourc<   leaving ' February  Ifitlt. 43H555.   ' 98188  ft'  i. ,j��-,-m, *,<  sounded oh the basis Of growing scientific  evidence' indicating that dietary control  may'be a'key factor in turning the tide of  Increasing mortality from coronary artery  disease-and heart attacks.  ' The' v underlying   process   resulting   In  heart attack Is atherosclerosis: a build-up   r��.  of fatty deposits along tho Inner walls of IjsJ  the  coronary arteries  feeding the  heart }|4V  muscle .'with  vital   blood.   This   process,  starling sOehtly early In life, can narrow  these vessels to the danger- point: tho point  at which a blood clot can plug up a main  branch'of the network nnd deal n damaging or even death blow to tho heart.  (What has this to do with what we cat?  Studies of population groups have disclosed an association between blood levels  of cholesterol and other fats and tho incidence of coronnry heart disease.  Populations with a low concentration of  fats and cholesterol in their blood hove'a  lower heart disease death rate than populations with higher concentrations.  ,Thc diets consumed by most Canadians  arc not only excessive in calorics, but also  high In total fat, saturated fat and cholesterol��� thp very food components leading to  high levels of cholesterol and other fats In  the blood. Furthermore, ��cvernl 'studies  have shown that high blood cholesterol  levels In middle-aged Canadian men can  be .brought down significantly by carefully  controlled dlc,t programs. Ami, researchers  feel, there Is good reason to believe that  lowering1 these levels will also lower the  Incidence of premature coronary artery  disease.  Tho Prudent Diet, providing 2,700 col-  ories a day, allocates only 30 33 percent of  the total calorics to fats. > (The average  diet Is estimated to contain 40-45 percent  fat rnlorles). Moreover, In the Prudent  Diet, a' significantly larger proportion of  the,se fats come from polyunsaturates���  vegetable oils, flsh��� and poultry���rather  than the saturated fats that ordinarily predominate in the diet,   ���  In suggesting that Canadians modify  their eating patterns'along the lines of .the  Prudent filet, the B.C. Heart Foundation  underlines the need to make sound food  habits "a family "Affair."   It advises the  h  i- >���  Vancouver 9  T  $UW$HiNB COAST  G0SPEL CHWCH  ': ^Ur>dcnomlnqt|on'ql)     '   >  Sunday Schpol,10:00 <t,m,  Church Scrvtco 11:1S ^.��n.<'  Eypofog Sorvicp 7:30 p.rrt.  ' P^STOFl R��V. S. CASSJIUS  Davis Ooy.Rood and Atbuhis  Ifc Mocks up .from Highway)  m  SECHELT (A��Elf���IES $A$E PAD  ��� This free reminder of cornlnoovcrjts to/? eprvlepjaf^ECHIELT AGENCIES  LTD. Phooa Peninsula Tfmos direct for .free Ils'tlpfl3, specifying ,''Doto  Pod". Pleoso noto that space lis limited ond soma odvpneo dqlo? moy  ha'vo to wait tholr Jtufn; olw* thot (ibis Jo a "femlndor" lining orjly ond  connot always carry full details. .. ,  Jan   9���2 p.m. St. Hltfn's Hall, Sechelt. Rcaular Mcollna Soehclt  Hospital Auxiliary.  Jan. 9���8 p.m. Club Houso Wilson Creek.. Regular Moot Inn 'Sechelt  Rod 8, Gun Club,        ,  ,  Jar��. 9���8 p.m. Club House, Gibson*. Annual Meeting. Gibsons Rod &  Gun Club. '     ,  Jan; 10���From 7 p.m.'Roberts Crcok. ricmontary School. Badminton,  card gomes and drama available to Roberts Creek residents.  Jqn, 22���12 poop. Madeira Park Legion Hall. Annual MceHng apd  Luncheon, Pender Harbour Hospital Auxiliary.  i  ,*.tiiS!i,(.J*;J^ih>ft!/��*   H/U.&*    ^.f*tt^��*#(^,  * <=4��^   *,.��^*^ ft   ^itVhrmviOt Ikum   flH*n*fi*   *v   %    *���   ��u    I  , t.iftnytetj^t^wjftWu^W  A ���e -^  v***'tirM*"*4'"ti***J#i��&   W^W4��/,W>^>V*^  ^  :4k ���<��.��� <  * S^V *w >**v^-v ^/-i.v, vt/^.^^v^^^-*v*aa t*.  ���41  '  i. ,/{/ <>> y '..t>^|}v* * j/V���V :i ^ p4^ fyyjl,y  .�������  Many advantages �� ; .. J       ;    .  : 'Kitchen - "tehore erased with  lishwasher.:  s  t  BACH YEAR/ the' averagej homemaker  , washes and ,'dries '48,000, dishes,' 'cutlery,  glasses, pots and pans, spending $2$ hours;  at the sink to do it! "'���    ---.--~^_  -  lo'it any wonder that-sales of automatic dishwashers are rising rapidly?  , The automatic dishwasher has been de��  veloped to a highly reliable appliance and  becomes- a piece of equipment ,that repre-1  sents many hours of extra time for more-  significant activity. ���,    ,      ���  ' There are two basic advantages of having .an automatic dishwasher. First, you  will save yourself some itime. Second, you  will  have  a  healthier  situation in  your  . home.  _... Tne firsit- is_oh_vjous_=. it Js dimply- a.  matter of a machine taking1 over a chore.  The second is not so obvious ��� but'the  facts are^ that dishwashers, use water at a;  far higher temperature than hand-washing  can bear, and use detergents with a higher cleansing^-power -'than is possible in  hand dishwashing. The result is- cleaner  dishes-from the bacteria point of view.1  SOME NECESSARY ESSENTIALS   ,  I It is important to realize there are some  prerequisites for automatic- dishwashers,  These are: '  ' i 1. Ah adequate hat water supply of at  least 150 degrees Fahrenheit on arrival at  the machine.  2. Delivery of,from 1.7 gallons ito 2 gallons di water per eaeh wash cycle and  each" rinse cycle.  ���chased. ''     \ ;  Once you have decided you'want,an  automatic dishwasher, there is an initial  choice to <be made even before you begin  to ��hop around. There are three kinds  available.  '< 1. The built-in type: designed for .per-  manenit installation and usually .built right  into ithe kitchen counter. You may have to  have some carpenter work done to fit it  ���into an assigned apace and^there will' be  some ins'tallaiti6n charges., It'saves space.  You don't have to /plug in connections (water and power) each itime you use it but  it is usually "considered a fixture and pant  of the house, so if you move ��� it doesn't  move with' you. '      2rTi&��~paTtable~itype: can be moved  ' around at will and you don't have .to remodel the kitcfien when you buy it. It is  attached by a dual hose to-.the kitchen  faucet and drains into the sink. There is  no installation expense and you can take  It with you when-you move. -s  IS. The  convertible type:   this  can be  moved about just as a portable but can  hog with waiter and subsequent flooding ia^ p  the event <the timer fails to advance' ait   *'  Ihe appropriate "time following filling, or  if the drain pump fails <tt> (function, the  * dishwasher should'toe equipped with - a  water-level .control.' It is especialljr'imporit-  :, ant to have this device on a fronWoading  dishwasher, "because,of the relatively low  opening, through, which overflow can occur. , ' . ",  t Dishwashers- come from the very basic style .to (the very fancy types. The. more  special features you want, the higher (the  price will be. Exotic decorator colors are  available from all manufacturers. Wooden  cutting boards are on the lids of 'some models and are very convenient,' A useful feature is a bynpass- on "the faucet which allows you to draw waiter from the tap even  though ithe dishwasher hose is- connected.  * Soane models finish the cycles with ithe  lid open," thus allowing excessive moisture  to escape and dishes to-dry. This could  be a desirable'feature. Still others come  equipped with a heating device to heat the  water if it_is notAotjenough comingjfrom.  the tap. "Constant use of this item is* most  uneconomical," powerwise, which .reinforces  the statement made earlier thait a, good  supply of hot water "is essential.  Some trial t and error experimentation  will be necessary to find the right detergent-for the particular water you use0.  Dishwashers perform batter-with soft water, but some dishwashing compounds are  made to handle hard water. A new-tmach-  \  \  { -  and install later if you have another house  in your future.  PERSONAL PREFERENCE  ���. Dishwashers are either top-loading or  front-loading. Both (types are convenient.  Which to buy comes down to personal pre-  3. A water'pressure -of between 16 and .ferencewith the exception- of the Mnder-  125 , pounds "per square inch depending counter, (type which.must be a front-loader,  upon ithe .particular machine to ibe pur-    To avoid the possibility of excessive fil-,  be installed as an undercounter, -perman  ent .type, when you wish, Thejbig advant-���4ne Wl]1 usually have sample compounds  age of this type is .that you can buy now , w|*k rt- Under NO circumstances ^should  ordinary laundry or hand-dishiwashing detergents be used in automatic dishwashers. '  AH (the major appliance manufacturers  today are producing good, useful automat*  ic dishwashers with a wide price range.  The standard models perform effectively'  and are 'the most economical to buy. From  the basic models upward, added features  invariably smean higher cost hut do not  necessarily (give you cleaner dishes.   ���  - Staff appointment  Busy working on requirements "for   Mr. John W. Lewis assumed his re-  the physiotherapy ward at St. Mary's   sponsibilities   at "the   hospital  last'  Hospital,  registered physiotherapist   week. . -  St. Mary's Hospital provides new service  'RANK E. DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  I '    Bal Block - Gibsons;  ,  '   Every Wednesday ',  886-2248  Phone 885-2818  KITA'S BEAUTY SALON  -        Open in the Richter Block  .Sechelt, B.C." -  PERMANENT WAVES ��� TINTS  HAIR CUT ��� STYLING ��� SHAPING  9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday  BRIAN'S DRIVE-IN  fne Brightest Spot on the Highway  Opposite, the High School - Gibsons.  r*��r Take.Out Orders Phone 886-2433  Telephone 886-2069    ,',  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  ?onery. Supplies, classes & firing - N  dealer for Duncan's Ceramic products  Pino Rd. & Gronavievr Ave. .  P.O. Box 62, Gibsons,' B.C. ^  K. & H. SWANSON LTD.  Septic Tank* and Drain Fields - Backhoo and  Front End Loader Work.  Icreencd Cement Gravel - Fill and Road Gravel  Phone 885-9666 - Box 172 - Sechelt  R. H. (BOB) CARRUTHERS  Oil Stoves and Heaters  Cleaned and Serviced  Port Mellon to Earl's Covq  ' Gibsons, B.C. Phone 886-9354  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE  AND CABINET SHOP  Custom cabinetry for homo and office  Kitchen Specialists  R. Birkin, Baach Ave., Roberts Creak  , Phono 886-2551 or 886-2261  For Your Fuel Supplies  Danny Wheeler  Your  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  886-9663 - Hopkins Landing          i    MARINE MEN'S WEAR  SUITS: In Stock and Made to Mcasuro  Headquarters for G.W-G. Work Clothes  Stanfield - Arrow - McGrcflor: ,  Currlo -PioneerClothes ,  JEWELRY-TIMEX WATCHES  WATCH REPAIRS     -,  1585 Marine Dr., Gibsons ��� 886-2116  PENINSULA CLEANS  1321 Gowor Pr. Road  886-2200 Gibsons  FOR YOUR FAMILY DRY ClEAMlNQ KEEPS  READY-MIX CONCRETE AND  BUILDING SUPPLIES  Your, Ono Stop Building Store  Fdr All Your Building Needs  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  .1653 Soavkty ���' Phono 886-2642  ,  ,.,.,'i...i,,.��*.,��� ������;...., .!���t��������� ,' : " ���: ��� "'  McPHEDRAN ELECTRIC LTD.  ; Residential vCommerclul  Industrial Wiring  Electric Heating Specjqlists  Gibsons 886^-9689  Serving Port Mellon to Pen4er Harbour  EXCAVATIONS  foundations - treos removed  Clearing and Road Building -  Gravel; Navvy & fill  A SIMPKINS���885-2132  B,RICKIAYING      V  John. Hind-Smith  REFRIGERATION  port Mellon  to pender harbour  Phone 886-2231  from 9 a.m: to 5:30 p.m.  / Res. 886-9949  -   Scows ���Logs  sechelt towing &. salvage  ���-   '_ -,.:,ltd.-; -.' ,\ .     ,  Heavy Equipment Moving & Log Towing     '  . ' li HIGGS     -     ���  ;; Phone 885-9425,  GIBSONS HARDWARE LTD.  ..YpufjfvAarsbali Wells \   ,  ,  %   Dealership.   t  Phone. 886-2442 -Gibsons, B.C.  OH ml  it iimwi! ���Mi^*i��M    "   .riQMiMnmi^niWwi^iinjpin') in n Mf-*  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  ."i GIBSONS  .'-���  '-.'.'   ���  ESSO OIL FURNACES  No down poyment - Bank interest -  Terr years to pay  Complete line of gpplionees  Far free estftwato���Call 886-2728'.  TWIN CM-EK LUMBER  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  Dial 886-2808  When You Need Building Supplies  Give Us A Call; ,       ,. ,   FREE ESTIMATES ,'  PENINSULA SEPTIC TANK  SERVICE  Prompt - Effective - On The Spot  Service.  Call 886-9533 or 886-7071 after  5:30 p.m.   .  Fully Insured ,   '       '     ���������' ���   HADDOCK'S CABANA MARINA  All electric cabins. Boat rentals.  Launching ramp.  Mercury Outboard.sales and service.  ���Marine ways; Repairs.  883-2248 - Madeira Park, B.C.  C & S SALES  SECHELT, B.C.  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE.  " HOME FURNISHINGS -  Phone 885-9713  TASELLA SHOPP  Ladies' - Men's - Children's Wear  Yard Goods - Bedding - Linens ���  Dial,885-9331 - Sechelt, B.C.  BELAIR. CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  1X.1I  REUPHOLSTERING - RESTYLING'!  CUSTOM DESIGNED FURNITURE '   i *  -*'     DRAPERIES '   .>  Phone 886-2873 after 6 p.m. '  ���:���' ���rr  UNSH1NE AUTO GLASS  COAST    '       REPLACEMENT  'ERVICE LTD.      A SPECIALTY  COLLISION REPAIRS  24 HOUR TOWING���886-2811    '  Latest Equipment for    ^  FRAME & WHEEL ALIGNMENT  Wilson Creek, B.C. - 885-9466  THE TOGGERY  Ladies' and Children's Wear  Open six days a week  Phone 885-2063        :  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  APPOINTMENT of a fully qualified, physiotherapist enables St. Mary's Hospital to  offer another valuable service to residents'  of the Sunshine Coast Regional Hospital  District.    .   ,   , "     ' ,.  ���- -' ^  Comlmenting on the appointment of'John'  W.-, Lewis, ho&pitaL administrator A. Wage-  makers stated' it is most unusual for a hospital of this size to have the services of a  full time, registered physiotherapist.- 'Many  larger hospitals are just -unable to offer  this service' because fully qualified physiotherapists are in great demand. -  . The undeniable fact that the Sunshine  Coast is a pleasant place to live greatly influenced Lewis in his decision to move here  from Vancouver, his home town. Both he  and his wife Faye are delighted with the  district and will' (build a home on the lot  Bcmirta & Omega  Sales, Parts, Servlco  UNSHINE  EWING  1 ERVICE  FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION  REPAIRS ANp SERVICE OKlAui MAKES  ,    Mrs. Mono Havies, - 885-9740  HOWE SOUND 5-10-15c STORE  1589 Marino - Gibsons - 886-9852  Everything from Needles to  School Supplies   Iini.' ' iiiiim   �����' '    in.ii.  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving & Storage  Phono 886-2664 RR. 1 Gibsons  ...n.**...!!..! .mi ���.���n-wny^M IHI..HI..I mil m. in in i mm���If-m, ���hi... nm  At tho Slpn of tha Chevron    ,  HILL'S MACHINE SMOP  a MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Mocblria <Shop ~ Arc ond Acty VVoldlnt  Steel fobrlcallna---Mprlnfl Woy��  i  AutO(Ti6Mvo>ohdi Marir>�� Ropalni  SJoriJord Mmrlno Station  Pl.ono 006-7731       Biwt. 006-0956. 0dd-v33a  MADEIRA MARINA LTD.  Madeira Park - Pender Harbdur  Pdrfs & Marine Service  Dealer for Evinrude,  O.M.C. Stern Drivo  " Lawn Boy, Sportyak, Springbok,  K & C "Thermogiass  ;   Ford Marino En^jnes     , ,,  & Pioneer Chain Sa��f pooler  '''''"Phoiia 88)*>2266 "���  Commercial Printing  SEE  e limes  they have purchased in West Sechelt.  Mr. Lewis, who served in the-BiCA!F  overseas in World War Two, has "been a  physiotherapist for over twenty years;- he  was in change of physiotherapy at Pearson  Hospital, iVancouver, and at Willow, Crest  Centre, which is a surgical .unit for tuberculosis control1. He wil' treat both outpatients and innpatients at the hospital, but -  it will he necessary for all patients to have  a,doctor's requisition to obtain this service.  Looking forward to a' little personal  physiotherapy, 'Mr. Lewis lost no time in  taking out membership an' the Sunshine  Coast Golf and Country Club.  'His appointment to the hospital will ensure full use of the physiotherapy equipment provided as a project of the Sunshine  Coast Lions Olub.  the Peninsula Times     \ -   . Page 3 ,  Wednesday, January 8,1969  *", '      ' IIIMIIIMIIMW -���������.������������� ���!      ���������  ,111  i C  Where are regulations  for pollution control?  VICTORIA���Water pollution got top priority at the annual presentation of resoiu-v  tion to  the  provincial cabinet from thei  Union of B.C. MunicipaUties.        ���_  - The 17 member UBCM executive, representing 135 municipalities and 16 regional  districts   throughout the  province,   asked  that the provincial government:  ' * Give municipalities that are required  to install sewage treatment facilities adequate financial aid in two -ways���outright  grants, and long term loans at low interest  rates.  * Make this financial assistance retroactive to July 1, 1968.  "���* Establish at once the legislation need-  ed-to set water- quality-standards-. ���  -���   The UBCM brief on sewage treatment,  is a combination of "resolutions from several municipalities, all of which were passed  by delegates attending the UBCM annual  convention in September.  The brief noted that, while Premier Bennett and several of his ministers ��� have issued press statements indicating that some  aid is ��� being considered, and that Health  Minister Lofmark is on the verge, of issuing some control regulations," "we have attempted in vain" to discover the nature  of these plans which will drastically affect  most if not all municipalities. ,  ; We believe it would bave'ibeen to the  advantage of all if we had been consulted,"  the municipal,representatives said!  :*mAtCf^.*^J&iiiaag?gtipt.wf tXc. Av��iii **t  \m  Unemployment Insurance  Any Questions please?  "'Q. I am presently attending a course at  a technical school and receiving .training allowance from Canada Manpower. Will I be  entitled to draw Unemployment Insurance  benefits.during the Christmas'holiday?  ~k. If you are not absent from the course  voluntarily and-it is an expended leave  recognized by. the' school, you may be entitled to benefit if you establish a claim ~  and serve the -waiting period. This would  represent your first week of leave for which  notbenefit would be payable.  ^'Q. I. wasworking at a paper jimll, I  "anaileavmy unemployment insurance claim  in on Monday flight. I have a paper now  that says the -UIC area office wants my -  book.   I called the company and they say  they mailed it to the UIC. I am worried a-  " bout this. What, do I do now?  ���A. Advise' the Unemployment Insurance  Commission office of the steps you took to  get your book. This will relieve you of any  further responsibility.  Q. I was on compensation for a year. I  am now well endugh to return to work. I  went to my former employer and found  that a new firm has taken over the business. The new manager has taken me off  the seniority list and says there is ono work  for me. Can I file for benefits?  . A. Yes, you should communicate with>  the closest Unemployment Insurance Commission office.  SE0ET  T  HUM 9ih  at 8:00 p.m.  New math: Vex education.  w  f^r^is^\s&o&^^  VILLAGE OF GIBSONS  %1TERBI CMDIT ON TAX 'PAYNKT  MADE BETWEEN JAN. 1st AND MAY 15th  Interest, at the rate of 5% per annum, will be credited to any  prepayment deposit on current (1969) "taxes made between January 1st  to May 15th, 1969. Interest will be calculated from the date of Payment  .to June 30th, 1969. Such deposits, in any amount up to the total of  the-1968 taxes, will be accepted.  Any further information required mgy be obtained from the Municipal Office, telephone 886-2543.  January 2, 1969.  DAVID JOHNSTON,  Treasurer and Collector  ^$^^M&;^;^^  MWffa'&riiBiWgg  ii  WIGARD'S SEWING CENTRE  Authorized  Singer Sewing Machine Dealer  Cowrie St. - Sechelt - Ph. 885-9345  ���--��������� ������ ��� ������ ���    - i i  GIBSON GIRL BEAUTY SALON  Gibsons Village  Experts at cuts, colffs and colour ,  Custom Perms ��� Phono 886-2120  (CLOSED MONDAY)  1        i i    n ���. .  ���.  Phono 885-2062  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS  APPLIANCES ��� ELECTRIC HEAT  Phono 885-2062  CONTROLLED BLASTING  FREE ESTIMATES  FRED DONLEY  Ponder Harbour - 883-2403  ROY & WAGENAAR  B.C. Land Surveyors  Whitaker Block - Davis Bay  R.R. 1 Sechelt, B.C.  885-2332 or ZEnith 6430,  *������^*^     **o-^,    Ilk    JW,H��*!9|F��*H��|f.^i���� ^iHj. (id^^t^ ^#>U^.tfPS.^rHtsl*Ml^fiK*!W*^^  t*��lmi��i��*il��im*mt*��!*l^^ A^i C 'W'^^^'A'iw* <L Si 1  ���   si.   Z^ <   f  ���-\, 1. ^> <yS/'^.* *" ft^V-t^-. ,/w V'N^^'^jr'N^w^-^W'  I*,,.  Ti -  "1 tnm-be wrgng, but I shqll not 'Be*sg wrong as to fail tp nay what I M'CJ'c t��, H Q$k\?\  Douglas G.^n^Bti^ E#of ��� Stewart ^-AtsaApD, P{<fc/��fcer  fflifflifirrt-riffliii^ft*wT^w^i^f>r[ift^ftj*^",<*IMI'^  ST �� _JT8   ���   '   1 -     _J-T _,_   ���      .4. - ___ .J5L  wrnrmtiiHiWHim  MnMnfttnuK  ONE of the most worthwhile, achieve- so, great that ajrea^y an additional ten.  " -    tnents'carried out on "the- Sunsjuue uqits are un.der activeco^sicjeratjon. Thfe* , ;  Coast jjiirhig 1968 vvas that of a senior of course, wiirpnU fpr father ;fpan��ia J    ^  citizens homes project;- a pqpmeridkble support, b# at tM? time >&?e very much,,  accomplishment when 'you'copslder .that dou^t if arjy fecal cajise cqu,$ fce a n^ore  thjase .who Worked ^Q hard1 toward^ its des,eryin| fti\?-  establishment were the senior, citizens ^ OWS e��t ?Me?ly 9iti?^�� *l gffgt  themselves:    "     ^" ^ J~ de^. Wift^t th?if pjonjtfta? ��^PV Ve?X  Perhaps even moFe notewpr^hy is t|ie few Q? VIS \W��td fee enjpyin^ t^ *oni-  fact'that the man who first^et the wheels fo||a>ie Conditions, finder "whM Wg }W  ir^ motion anil carired'oyt a large portion to4gy. Thgre are t^pse who, arrpgastly  of the,spade\york, Canon Alan Greer^; - state th,at ejderty people who exist p^ a  celebrates his* 80th birthday Jiext month, pittance shou)d hav^ ^ong ago prepared.  Need for   the  project  was   much "for'their future. T^js is a depjorable  greater in this area than many othe^ due' att|ty,de wllW \\ V* cofls^e?��! that % WPSt  to its dispersion; result' oU which' was cases % yery reason, mm> Pf OP* pfl-  many elderly ando^ftenHinfirm residents sioners have "so'little is that any money  existed under conditions' pf t .har^hip, they had ui their younger days went into  loneliness* and. sqnjetimea despairl The bringing up z, family. 'By the time they  Times has W the past quoted ��unieypus provided for offspring to enable them to  instances   of . hardship  and long! agP support themselves, cost of living sky-  pointed "to the'i|eed for a. complex in rocketed a^d"*n\^ paving ,virtu%Uy hn-  which our senior citizens<could enjoy possible. *'- -. -     i   .* ^   .  <  cpngemal ac^mmodatipnclosetoffiends '     It naigh^t be remembered that old age  and modern co;pv��niencis t����efhe�� ^ith awaits us all. The time might well come  some kind of attention1 when required.' when we; too,k will welcome1 the oppDr-  It is extremely gratifying to fmd-sufficient tunity -to' live -among those we lcnow, - ~ -  enthusiasm existing in Ais",community comfortably-,in,the.kqowledge that the    OuQP*Selectively �� ���,��  to make s,uch a p|oppsitigfl go^sjble^ and rnp?^ abi& will be thereto provide tor us.  '\  Ottawa Report:^  ���The Times Ottawa Bureau  FINANCE Minister Edgar -' Mnson 'has  found that "because .of \rilmg governmental expenditures, despite 'Ottawa's efforts to hold down spending, an unsettling  effect'has developed on the Canadian 'capital' market. Th,e liberal Government' is  now fac^d, with a credibility gap', he stressed in (a' speech prepared" for' delivery  recently in Toronto to the Uberal Businessmen's Club.  The .Minister was unable to deliver the  speech himself after having worked hard  on its preparation. He was confined to his  bed by a ^Dut of influenza-. It was read by  his parliamentary secretary Herbert Gray.  In the text Mr. Benson said, "I am determined oyer the next fiscal year to bring  federal expenditure under hetter -control.  We cannot allow this credibility' gap to re-  -main, but-I recognize--that only performance on our part can make it disappear.  Consequently the federal government has  "as its objective balance in its budgetary,  accounts. I iritend to see that it is achie-  ved"- . i  The tinance minister outlined a number  of myths which he has said, more than  once, have hampered Canadians in the  struggle to discipline themselves from  demanding more than they can produce.  One myth is that inflation does not really, hurt anybody tiin.ee >' little "extra  pressure of demand on resources acts as  a-stimulant to business. The government  has never believed this. However it has  taken the man in the street some time <to  recoi&isfr what inflation is-doing to his  standard of living.      _  The second myth toe government has*  - had to live with arose out of the destruction  ofr-another myth. It has -.taken many years  to convince people that deficit financing is  ha,s Jaken positive  steps to'reduce such    not immoral, that it can prove beneficial  while bulk of the-- credit goes -to. the  senior   citizens   themselves,    sufficient  financial support from' individuals and  organizations was. the vital factor,  Demand' for. the .homes has % been  We would at this time suggest th.g  new year be, entered with a true spirit of  goodwill and that all possible support be  given pur Senior Citizens Homes-expansion^ project.- "  Caroet with care for  lasting satisfaction  PEOPLE' like advertising in paper, but  not on TV���A coasJ4p-coast survey  made by Brodie Snyder,-assistant manag-  all-      \    r   :  Snyder's survey shows.that newspaper  circulation has been booming in-North  America all during the postwar period-  HAVE you noticed how much, carpeting  there is these days both in private" homes and commercial settings? The use of  carpe^jng has ���'bepojne more and more wide;  spread, and forecasts indicate this tren^  will continue. _ "  'Most consumers think of carpeting, as:  the "basic ananufacturing elements, the investment is'for surface" pile/ The greater  the quantity of pile, the longer the wear  and the,more luxurious the, appearance.  Unfortunately,'" "the" merchandising of  carpeting has given-rise to some business  practices of which the consumer must be-  practices. Emphasis has been placed on  advertising.-Provincial floor covering instu  tutes representing carpeting manufacturers  and" dealers have developed a code of  ethics and advertising standards designed  to eliminate deceptive advertising. The  Canadian Advertising Advisory Board has  agreed to support -strongly adherence to  the code which covers advertising practices ranging from pricing and credit terms  to  guarantees and   general  descriptions.  when a great deal of economic slack exists  in the nation.  ��Said Mr. Benson, "Balancing the economy, rather than balancing the budget,  became fashionable and for good reason.  However haying destroyed the myth of the  eternally balanced budget, many people  seem to have forgotten the lesson that balancing the economy could mean balancing  the budget or even running a surplus during^ periods of excessive pressures. Those  ing editor of the Montreal Gazette, shows   f.w��� tlian s0 million conies (iauVin   a mawr ^vestment, and the wise .consu- ware. Although unethical operators repre-  a ��� �� ��OT nJt rf��w��w^��LH c*v    K^F       ,���          m!��   2v���^��-        mer wm carefully weight all ,the factors, sent a smalT minority of carpet Healers,  that 63 per cent of those interviewed say    1945, up 30 per cent to 65 to 70 million   involved before buying carpeting. Jffi he their methods- attracted usually dissat-  their newspapers wpuld be less satisfying    at preset..                      ���        ~      ~-           shops Selectively, "it's iaore than" likely fie isfy���many iprospective buyers.  without advertising. This is reported in         According' to "UNESCO  estimates,   will make a satisfactory purchase. one of the anost common practices is  Canadian Printer & Publisher.                    there are 7,500 daily newspapers through-        Colour,  pattern,  texture,  quality  and known as the -"bait and switchv technique.  Only 20 per cent make,the same    ouVtiie world, selling at least 217 mil-    cost are among the factors to he con- In order.to lure a customer into the store,  statement about television. And 50 per   lioncopies- everyday; Add all the week-   sidered.                                        ,      v�� or get a-salesman into thehome-.merchan-  ���**                         -    .        .       .   .    *:__               r.          j_ _j                     .                 mxw ^jyj. is mei has become^an,ore dise is advertised' at prices which seem  important than the colour < chosen." The low. An attempt is taen. made to switch  modern trend is toward tfewer colours ,'iri tne customer to a Mgher-f riced product,  larger areas. However, personal ^ste.is t ��^ten on"the" basis that the advertised pro-  still the most important element in colour, duct has !been,sold out. or . the desired  selection ' " lv*'. colour is not available. This is a 'high pres-  Texturo �� an imoortant decorative Ifea- - sure selling'practice which should suggest  cent say they would prefer their TV   lies to that, and it comes to a lot of  without any; comtRerciatT adveftismg at   trees.  tike imsigfle  UP - to last week-end garbage was ac-   number of complications have held up  * ciimula,ting"wittiin and QutsPs fte;  es^b^ment of a pick:up a^disposal   ^f^^^'i^^^s^^'tTiS^1.;, A\.        t    . ,  village of. Sechelt due, it appears, to a   system for the district. Bulk or,the blanae.   temporary architecture arid furniture.   /'-   '   Whifo ni-thejhome shoppihg  number of reasons.which" all" add Uft'M A .^ha&been placed upon yictoria^for failure  spixy situation and one which falls right 'to supply a property listing roll. As far  in. the lap of thp Regional-Bpard. back as^ last Iuly mem,bers of- the Board  Unusually heavy snow, breakdown of 4kcus!je4 the sijaatioa with the Deputy  aft aged vehicle and an- access.road dif, Mmister of Municipal Affairs, who as-  ficult to navigate, at the best ofc ti.mes, sw-ed %? he would endeavour.to ob-  are three of the factors responsible for tam copies pftiie IBM cards-for use by  a ;b4ak-d,own in the present garbage *e Boar^' Smcf *en !t has been a scnes  systeni. To confuse the issue further,, one ��* Poises and delays,  resident called the Regional Board office ��� Following insistance by Director Cliff  tq complain and was told, "cqmplain to Gilker at the past two meetings that  Spchelt Village office".' The( Sechelt Vil- acti��n >s long past due, steps are finally  ���Different effects ��� can'' be  achieved "by  is offered  by.-ittjajiiy %el|abie? dealers, isome operators  Advertising ime^lia^wul^be asked  n��t^to   of us who. 15 today's conditions, talk of the  *-��.. *u�� necessity of a balanced budget are attacked  by some as being antedeluvian'. But I suggest that it is these critics not we, who are  fighting the last war, and in my view it is  they who are losing it." /-r^~  The third myth -has been that Canadians somehow could get more out of the  economy than they put into it by production. Mr. Benson, has read arguments  about how beneficial it is to 'have incomes  rise substantially in excess of the productivity so that somehow Canadians could  all become4 rich. This is a myth" the federal  government- is- stm fighting and it wants  to devise-some useful instruments to cope  with the problem   .  The government is desperately hoping  to be able to re-establish an environment in  this country in which price levels remain  stable, employment' is high, productivity increases steadily and people are induced  tq. sa,ve and channel .their ��avfags'into'pro-r'  ductive investment. This 'is "what the' pre- "  accept advertisments that^ contravene the  code. Some large newspapeW'have already  agreed, and more newspapers and broadcast media across Canada are" expected to  follow suit.    ��� \ J  The consumer's best protection, however, is ..bis .own care Jn^shopping. For  guidance in carpet buying, follow the ten  points listed below:  SHOP CAREFULLY  1. Choose a reliable dealer. The' dealer's  reputation, is important-  '��� 2. Visit your dealer's display room. Final selection may often be best in the home,  but be sure you know'your dealer's place  of business.  3. Select carpeting to suit your own decoration tastes. Do not accept substitute  colours or textures if you are not completely, pleased with them.  4. Carefully consider durability, keeping  in mind wear areas and carpet grades.  5. iBe realistic about cost. Remember  the use of shaesy hardtwists patterns and '-maintains only a telephone  and * message    that heavy  traffic  areas require  higher    sent government'<at Ottawa is aiming for  . .t,&'".    * _*       > ���?   .. .    ..----A ia,.  -,~4.���ti:���i,~,i mi������,* 'jv* f...^"/.^    -���j- ���j.._+��� ���.u;���v. ���4. ���������� and the finance ( minister is committed 0  try and achieve these goals through his  budgetary, economic and financial policies.  The government now expects -^ growth  National Product (GNP) this year of about  eight per cent with less .than 3.5 per cent  representing price increases (compared  with a 3.9 per cent price increase last year  and 4.5. per cent in 1966), In 1969 the government is anticipating an increase in GNP  of between seyen^and eight per, cent and a  still further reduction in price increases to  about three per*cent.  The finance minister met with his oppo-  tweeds, sculptured and carved piles,'-and  velyety plush textiles. <     '  CONSIDER NEED  When it comes to quality, be realistic  about your needs. Think about the use to  which the' carpet will be put. If there' is a  lot of traffific over the floor area yon, wish  to cover, then look for a better grade of  carpet.  Manufacturers make ' three grades of  carpeting. WMcb grade you buy depends  upon intended use: low level wear, med-  service./lAn established place 'of business  represents an important element of reliability,' and the wise consumer will check  out this factor before dealing with .the  salesman.  MAKE SURE OF GRADE  Delivered and installed carpeting of an  inferior igrade than that chosen by the consumer is another common complaint. Ulead  your contract carefully. 'Some carry a  clause stating that the installation "may  not be of the exact colpur or thickness as  grade products which cost more.  6. Be wary of free offers. Someone has  to pay, and it is usually the customer.  7. Know the total cost before making  the purchase, It is called ''ihstalled cost"  and should include any charges for delivery, installation, underpads, etc. -  8. Read a.nd understand your contract  with regard to your responsibilities as well  as the dealer's.  9. Understand the terms of your guarantee. Know what it covers and what it does  not,  10. See that your  sales  slip contains  lage office staff hi turn replied "it is   being taken to institute the system. There   iUm level wear, high level wear, and waU-   the sample shown rfne." Such"1 a  clause ^ comains        ��� ���* ,��u.,ww mm win ms oddo-  nothing to dp with us, complain to the   �� indeed every indication that bids by    towall installations.  Heavy traffic areas   ^"J* Ti^f *Jffil S!^2l   Ml information about your purchase by    site numbers in the provinces in mid&c.  Regional   Board".   This   was   a  W^t   W^res^tcd   contractors   will   be   s,ou.ght    such as lutfls or livmg rooms should have   "^���/T"?Jh?������.       .        * ,ns,meamnS    name, quaUty, colour and total price, and    �� was the annual federal-provincial finance  Sechelt resident who actually wished to  know, when the access road would be  opened up.  The Sechelt village clerk was qujte  rigid; in stating it was a Regional Board  matycr for the dump was established      ,. . .   ,      ,     ,      #J   ,  more than a year ago when garbage was    wmch he has alrcady Paid Plcnty'  acjoptcd and approved as a function of  thp Regional District. Since that tiqio a  during this year and if the Board has  been supplied with the IBM cards, which,  it would seem, are the fix all cure all,  then excuses are out and there is no  reason why the taxpayer should not be  supplied with an efficient service for  top .grade caTpeting for lasting satisfaction. a(mea ** wriung  . Middle Grades are adequate where traffic        Guarantees provided with carpet install-  is lighter, such as in dining rooms or bed,- ations   should bo read-  Contrary^ to  the  rooms, while tow grades are suitable for "=->+i��rfnntinn  onhTnni����t'p *a.<,u,rn. irr^iwi  areas in which there is; little traffic.  Parice is closely related to, quality, per-  formahce, manufa,cturJing techniques and  new fibres. The majpr factors which enter  into price arc construction, backing, fibre  satisfaction guaranteed" feature implied  by a written guara,ntce,vthe terms are often  worded for the protection of the seller rather than the buyer. Before accepting a  guarantee, mako -sure you understand its  terms; and Us limitations or exclusions.  Although disreputable  operators ropre-  Wetcheif8 Philosophy  ���-Harry W. Fletcher  SP?AK  W$ hear a thousand voices day and night  Demanding more than common 6ense can, filyo,  Aiul claiming special privilege thcl^ right:  Denying others such prerogative, 1  No, qther land affords this freedom's choice  Tq flout the law and shout'their creeds q( hute,  White guarjMitcclng criminal* a voice '.'.'',  For their defense and paid for by the State.  By/pifintcil word or 'rabble in thoitrceia !  We hear the ceaseless clamor of dissent,  Bi^ nol|iing (satisfies and nothing meets  .The menace of minorities Intent.  But still our ConsUtutlon gnar��intees        '  A proper hcnrlng for Ihe le^t of .thkuqt  Bi^t wherpin this morass of turtni^nc�� I  Is |^eard die voice of common decency?  Hi|a then the vast majority no *ens$ ;  Of counter protest? past off this nnnthy:  Speak out, speak up, and let your words ring  tea| history inistatoi their voice for you>  content and appearance. ^Construction andi , ,, ...  Louisville, Kentucky: Someone stole ����� backing account for a certain portion a?, sent a small proportion of tho carpeting  m.an's par whNe he. was attending �� meet- the, (manufacturing cost. Tutted carpets, for merchandisers in Canada, their practices  ipg���of the Citizens' Action Cominltteo for exaunple, are cheaper to make, than, woven affect a (great many consumers. The .in-  More Police.                                                   carpets. For every dollar over t^lie cost cj{ dustry itself is concerned about this  and  if possible secure and retain a sample of  the carpetjng selected.  Carpeting represents a major purchase  for consumers. For lasting satisfaction and  full value, carpet with care.  Readers' Right  ministers and provincial treasurers conference. Federal official? gave their asses-  ment of the performance of the economy  in the current fiscal year and their forecast for the 1969-70 fiscal year.  Through these forecasts <tiha provincial  treasurers, are in a better position to prepare their budgets in the Spring.  The finance ministers from the provinces had hoped that the federal-provincial  constitutional conference scheduled for  December 10, 17, and 38 would have been  held before their meetings, But -that con-  CLOTHES LINES ��� Opera giant Noel Jan  Tyl, tho six tfoot 10 bass in tho (Vancouver Opera's Barber of Seville, has to ��o to  considerable , ^ubje; to gej; fashionable  rainment to cover Ids massive llixamo. So  when ho tyirncd; up at ft fancy reception  wearing, a1'feather *coat and a,fur, hat and  n,(tocai society bcll,o cqmp^mcntcdi him, on  was hit by one of the bullets that pierced  his body in that coffee shop shoo%�� , ( .  Charlie Llbk��, who ran tho Bopnafi  sho'ppo locally, has jumped to C^adian  Browerlcsi in ���ttlgary .. . Sun .'lw$nos$  cify sfff^Qf $eesi  possibllHy tho day before.  Appreciation  Editor, Tho Times  Slr-^Through the courtesy of your "let    , ,    .  tors to tho editor" column, we would like    *ore"ce was postponed at the request of  to convey our thanks to all tho people in    Quob<;c when Premier Joan-Jacques of (the  French speaking province took 111 and was  ordered to take an extended rest. Tho icon-  ference on the constitution will now likely  take place early In February.  Mr. Benson when ho met tho treasurers  * ,+  GRANVILLE GABBLER -United Airlines Is *he biggest creditor of the defunct  Vancouver. 'Boya^sSoccep C*lub, leading a>  convey our' thanks to all tho peopl  your, area who have helped the Canadian  Arthritis Society so much during 1968,  Without the help of our volunteers ma0y  aspects of C.A.H.S. service to arthritis  patients would not exlsl  Just saying /'thunk. you" always sccmst  so inadequate in relation to tho tremendous amount of time and effort oar, yol-  sald it was another myth for the provinces  to believe that they would suffer financial  loss by taking over full control of tlio major  n/vnlnl   . ����ll ���: L      �� .  .'. ��� V^.V.i ���'  writer Mike Cobb has left journalism to, wjjjst.lflhat totals nearly ^),000 *,, .When n  join Nato Fra^kol'*, expanding Captain In;  tcpational operation . . . B.C, lions ar^i  the get-lip, Tyl was jusUtiably happy and malclng nolsci* m M they'd like to'get ou|  was alii s^st to go, (Jnto, ^ fiix^rnlni^e Wcch of the OFI/s ieievision deal oh the grounds  about the origins of *he coat and hat. But that Inadequate coverage makes the game  hcltoro he co'uldj ����y f* wovd ihe woman, un- look bad. And the Pacific National' Exhlbl-  bank dlificlal! blew the whistlo on a1 susipect-  cd puaher of forged, money orders the  other day tho subsequent police lnvcstlgn-  tlon' led iot^' ^take-out In ancj around the  Blue- Horizon Motc-l where itho suspect was  thought to he TcglBtcrcd. Off I cors. followed  ono who helps us to know just hww much  wo api>rpc|atc ithelr sorvices.        .  The hew ArthrlUsi Centre In Viancouver,  dpensi oKlcla'Uy in April, and oun pro-  graimimo for e��tabliahing a complete thena*  plst sewlco for arOirltls patients in hos'-  pltuls liiroiiighout Brttiah ColumtWa will  take another,major step forward. '  Tho need for C.A.1B.S. volunteera growsi  all- tho top. We would like to'ask every.  Intentionally killed the compliment by add- tion is making nolsds as- U It would like �� ono likely looking chap up the elevator "1 Irl'if *m ^�� ^ 7,'mK T0^"  ing, breaitjiless]y, >',you look 4ust like a . cut .of the TV revenue as part of the ��V and dnto Uio Wr, watched while he order- SL7r^nV LS�����w* h i�� ^  Winnipeg pollc/Hmnn.'' ���������riody *antastc rent for Empire Stadium,    cd a drink *nd| ihen followed: Wm Into tho    ^wMi'M,tfLS 1fr ^tT^ ? US'  Put  two and two  together  ..  ,  Roger  QU1CKNIKS Tho  Georgia  Stra^ht Scblffer, the youthful promoter and club  cr��,\yd plannicd, to run tho picture of Boatlo operator who formed  the syndicate that  John L��nreon and girl friend Yoko One but blew all those bucks on T|riy Tim, has bow-  Hip print shop, which ha,ndlc^ the paper cd out as imanagcr of tho Retinal Olrcua  nald tlio saimo thing aa Uvo record company, on Davie Street. The Chong family, which  which nixed the jphmto as an album cover���. mns itho Shanghai JPunk and tho (Elegant  Tyty  ���*P  ��fw������iywini���ii *m  Published Wednesdays Rt Seehdt   ��   ;  on B.C.'* Sunshine Coaat  ', ��� hy     .' ;���','.' ���.'.; :  ���"   Sechelt'PoRilmrfa Tinte^ IM.'" "'"   .:.,jBox|9i;^,%cjbelt,D.C,,  .  Dony^G, Wheeler, Editor1  /$, B. 4l$$>ardtt pubfifiqr  Subscription Rat#a; (In |dyasc*!l  I V��ar, $^-2 Year?, $9,>^Mf��!|^'   ( V.  U.S. and Foreign, $SM ' '     !,':���,  ���Sepityg-the area from Port Mellon to Bfitnm*  (IJawe Sound to iervh tnUi)  High and ^tih, uhl" ... Tho man'responsible for; the decor in tho fnlli- *oalo re*  habtlltation of tho Dtwonshiro Hotel's  guests rooms Is interior designer Howard  Harris, n' son of famed Canadian painter  Lawran (Group of Seven) HarjrU. So why  Weren't any Canadian ipalntera roprescnt-  cd In. tho artwork uied In each roomt "B��-  cause the British make much more inexpensive prints." , . , Tho Dev reconstruction, costing .about $100,000 for each of the  six floors, will add 3ft moro guest rooms  by elimination of thp remaining Wtchens,  Next stage of the development, after tho  rooms, I3 a 5J0O-room tower ond ponven-,  tlon m% on 'the Hotcrff parking lot  : f f *���'  XY^^'RRCOIIQIKiQ$ ������ yfound^ |tock  promoter Jimmy Hill underwent still another operation at St. Paut'sHhe other day.  Parte, has installed Dave Gra.ham.7ns new  manager <$. 4h�� Circus which will go, wltli  movies andi light shows. . .',���,.. WjKon tho  Yugoslav aimbaasador to Ottawa turned up  In Vancouver at tho II & 8 Canva*' (gallery  on West TlvlrtyJElghdi ito opefl t^o first  showing of a North American tour of Yugoslavian prints', he was greeted by a iarg<i  mob of purportedly antl-Comimunl&t Croatian who hollered obscenities and tasultcdi  people entering tlieigallery. ilVtost otitrai|-  ed vibitor was archl^ct Vl^dHmir Plasvik,  a Yugoslac Olym'plc athtei�� who jumped  his team and came to. Canada several yearn*  ��^o, to igct m��w��y from tho regime. When  ���hd can^e:thfou^' tfm picket Wne bjoeauso ho  panted to m<s tho art, of ma native .land,  oho of the picket^ spat on Mm, Tho plcloot  was Canadian born .;. . The demonstration came as no surprise to the nmbassa*-  BH��MMMMmHBWh  Latest surgery was to save a kidney that   dor.Tlie R!0MP had wwnecV Mm of the  men's room where they asked for I.(D. amd  frisked him, llorhon manager R<wt Hay-  den got tt>o welt known business man off  the hook when he Identified Wm as. ono of  tho JtoteVfl bettor customcra ... -Many employees of the vnearl>y CBC who use tlio  hotel cofifee shop were, also stopped1 and  frisked leading to a searfe that tho pollco  wero on ihe lookout for grass. Tlio next  sound' you heard! wa�� the tend sigh of relief that the police were only looking for  a crook.  lniFTOVBRS ��� During a visit by Canadian Jewish Congress president Monro*  Abby, QC, tfromi Montreal,.,n local functionary introduced UBC professor William  Sfolnborq 10 |ho easterner, "Dr. Steinberg  Is pur oxpsri on, Shakespeare/' the local  said unnecessarily, To which the Mont5-  realcr replied, "'Just /so long',as he's not  an expert on Bacon." . .���. Calgary Inter-  est�� have bought Fr��** Cixm*��'�� pioneer  moving and storage firm , , . Question of  the week: just who was tho guy with, the  sneaky intra, red camera, m,afclng the  rounds of sotne <^f o\tr itoWn'<v swinging  apota. the other ttlglvt? Ami why?  Mhtcers glvo us, bult wo wb^d like ^very-    social policy'programs for which Ottawa  '    ,,v     '���*'���*        ... -     now pays half ^h�� cost. The finw mini-  stor strongly ^gued, that tho arrangements  proposed by Ottawa ffuflrantces against ��ny  additional financial burden on the provinces, But tho provinces remain to bo  convinced. ���,'!���,  Thoy know from bitter experience that  thOlr costs nnd expenditures are 'mounting''  steadily. They wanted n much greater  share of the tax irevemtov collected by tho  federal government. But Mr. Benson has  tnken a firm stand and is suggesting to tlio  provinces that If they wajit moro income  thcy-should impose tho additional taxation  to raise Hie needed furtds, Several provinces will be forced, to do just that.  Getting the speck  from baby's eye  DO YOU know tho right way to get a par-  tlclo wt of a baby's eye? Tho federal  health department publication, Tlio Cnna-  dlnn Mother antl Child, tells you how.  - First of all, try to keep him from, rubbing It. It helps also to bundle tho baby to  keep him from moving about while you aro  giving Su>v care,  ^ To dislodge tho speck, bring the upper  lid down over tho lower for a moment or  -two.  This causes tears which imay wash  Um .speck-out, ������   ������.-���-  ��� Washing out the eye may help. Use  cooled boiled water to which a quarter teaspoon of ��alt is added per cup. Drop thlj  fluid into the bntoy'i eye with a clean modi-  elne xlroppor or a clean teaspoon.  If tho irritation continues, get a doctor's  help, Don't probo.ln a baby's eye ,w(th a  swab or handkerchief.  Wo will1 ilihon provide tho address of our  local branch.   ���   COIiliy BEAUE,  Public Inforanatlon Officer.  04$ Wost Broadway,  Vancouver p, B.C, .  Hate ofi  Tl^o Editor, The Times,  Slr-r-l wou|d llko to nommaite ��s Man of  the Year, Erv|n Bonner of Selma Park.  E4rly on NeWj-Ycar'�� Day,, with Ws own  (smdpincnt ��|id on hi? own time, Ervlh  cleared the snow off Selma P-nrk Road, also  thp rontl ori the hill and the heights above  to free apmo tiwenty family from being  snowbound. Peoplo could not walk let alono  ��� torn ������ wkiwi,- It-made-New y^ar**- !)��&������*���  lot nleasapter for many people. Wo tatax  our hats off jo Ervln Bcnner.  < FRED WATSON  Brighton, fSngland, pollco esltmated that  It took at least iwo full nights of work for  tbjnveS to steal five oovon-foot bromo lamp  stahdar,4i bolM to a *tonh wall In the  4cqiiarlum.     .**'       .  ft  ^/^.fy.fc^ ,i^*^-^^t^^'^*faw**^y^*\&ii*^^**^&-f$ k*^i# f  Av^vtovlpAt^A'*  1*TK^*h   lJS*i%fMl#^v^^,*.*#r^fHlfl��6^*#>t��*^^   f*�� v**^��Al^Jfl'flV^'* ^^l^^^fft*** l*^1f**ut*#.��^ ^W^Ay^A ^^a^, j"f^,JVr��*ft~Av**��^",^^f^*T-'***'^^^'l*',h^'t'**A'���^*t,J*^*,* ^--l ^.^J^^wfaM^^if^S ^^ tf#.f JtTtfriV'?l*Mp^*'' IPhifA  hi.</hi **%***  Hi   I  .Affl'rJ^f, Atonf*". ��ftyv*Mi^��.*it**^*i*#ji  ����*"*'* '"*l    *f **���* '^��'^t**^w**h^^*^o��^*<-*��^*^^*���V^hpl^^^^��(%.^ /  I,  *"^*v��.>*m ��-"���  / vVvs ^  f.r/' v ("V'  J. ,lj, t*x,'pV ��V i-~r  Wednesday,-Jgnugryfr, 4M9- -~ -TH&Pfenfasulo^imes;      -    P^go $   0O^��^J^rfi?#����^-^7Y'���"  V - V  v^iW y  vW*  '    ' %t "'5,'*    ii  **  ,u  N-��*  New service  Control leyers replace the old ii-bning   to tie dper-ated in Sechelt by QWner   Senior'Citizens.;it was;-C4non Greene who  -^^^^"Sy. aon@mg societf  BOAI^p of IMrectiirs cf'the Sunshine Coast sented <o him. All contributions for this  vHoUsing-Society/plan'to/honour one of purpose should be sent to Mr. Ben Firth,��  the outstanding^ citizens", of* this Coast in the Treasurer at R.R. No. l, Sechelt and  thp persoh pf Canon <&lan ^Greene who<eame should have Greene marked in the corner,  out here fifty ylearifCagp^ Working for the Many of those who have contributed earlier  Columbian Coast Mission, he served uhtil cialion of this outstanding citizen who has  his retirement except for the time he was might care to send another gift in appre-  overseas, during the First World War. The lived for others.  occasion of the honour will be his. 80th1        The  second special event  will  centre  Birthday,   which 'he celebrates- February around a, special service and social hour  18tn-     ' * *-, .   '1 ' .' 7        ; - at St. Hilda's Church at his birthday time.  Several " commenmoratlve   expressions a full announcement of both these occa-  may be held in ,an attempt to cover the sions will be made at a later date. A P���-  widespread a cities ^ej Canon'Greene. Be- gress report may also be given on the re- .  sides his Church; work on; several .boats and ceipt cf contributions. '���  his hospital, work, he;has been Chaplain to'  ' ^  the CadadianTLegiqn; to the Boy Scouts as        ,   .,     .������.      -,���,,'...  well as the A?K: He has been a member .* M"n^ f'.,?"^' a J��sUce of the  of St7,Mary's fld$pital Board, since its in-" pfaff Pleaded;g��f * *&? another justice  ception'and an officer in many community 1* the p^f 5 *hargeS, of ^PP���* Per"  grcups/A number-of groups may wish to ftm^ ^ ^nd cream.from a^tore,  sh:w honour to Pajmn Greene but at this  time two speciaj-events, are planned.  Firstcfilsbratlon^ndtfibutfi will likely  .be made at the .February <|neetrn.g of fhe  , .    t       ^Compurorf?ed|'  Latest eomputorized drycleaning ma- cliinery" controlled , electronically,  chine in the new Sechelt plant looks Punched Cards are fed into the con-  simple enough but behind the, front trol; panel "according to fabric being  panel'is a complicated maze of ma-,  cleaned. '��� j f - "'<-      * '  bpa.r4 on the form finish machine in-   ��?��� Fr^nl^ Y^te?  stalled in the first; drycleaning plant  6QQJ0QQinus& . . .  SQ.JS - snowniobile * Executive  ��� 11 *��  Special care  dreamedof housing for 165 pep$e who had  eabins which he,TSUj>,er:viss<i^alon&,at Garden  Bay. He' traveled-��f> and.^pwn-. the ^Sunshine Coast for a vear looking for a suitable  place where homes ��ouljl-be^' built! He took  his interest to.the Old Age-Pensioners Or-  "garuzalion out cf which' came the setting up  of   the   Sunshine,Coast   Senior' Citizens  Housing Saciety fwhoeh has'b'een incorporated in the Provinee'-bf British Columbia.   < -  To mark,CanW Greece's 80th Birthday, \  A BOOMING industry with a  conscience,    conscientious ���matiufa'cturers- to * enter' the    Directors of the 'Society; over which^he pre-  (the product is beginning to make'itself    field. As ��� the largest manufacturer, Bom-    fldes would ^,ke V? Present a^ brass' plaque  known^around Powell River countryside),    bardier, has  recognized' its  responsibility    }?  commemorate, his/betog president at  one which is taking positive' action to fos-    to "take the lead in snowmobile safety de-    the time the first units'.were built. Also, the  ter "safe use of its product," aptly 'describes " velopments' and' refinemenfs;' Hethrington    Directars, would/like to raise $l,0CO in ap-  the1-snowmobile industry, John -Hethering-    said. "OneSki-Doo development is a drum    preciation of ,Cannon'GreenoV service as a  ton, director of marketing of Bombardier.- brake-"system, for." '6^-whieb-is superior to    nest egg for the secpn'd-stage of another'ten  limited,,'told, the  56th   annual,_ National w parKer Jypes of .brakes.: Also7itnportant to    units.     -       f-'^.'-;    3  '*  '*  Safety Congress. '   -  7     ',   safety-are new polycarbonated windshields        It is hoped that a cheque for1 that amount  ' * Hethrington said" there .will be between   , that, remain pliable In! minus-40/degree cold    made-out'to the-Housing Society be pre-  500 and 600 thousand snowmobiles in use    ... improved headlight system that de-    ������ <-''���-'��� ���<���  at the end of the 1988-8$ season. Bombar-    livers broader beam and more power for  safer night operation . . . and, most important, safer more reliable engines."  Recogmzihg   the   need   for   low-horsepower engines for beginning showmobilers,  the '69 SM-Doo Olympic 12/3 has a new        300  cc   engine  delivering  just   12  horse-  population of snowmobile's in iNorth'   power.  This  provides   easy  starting  and  has doubled each year since 1959*   vehicle control.  "Vital to snowmobiling safety is "proper  dress. There Is,.in this new winter sport,  a difficulty unknown in other sports���the  wind; chill factor," Hethrington pointed out.  "Because the operator often travels at high  speeds for long periods of Jirne, the wind  created by this rapid movement can lower  effective temperature by as much as 50  per cent."  Blake C. Alderso'n D.C.  < 4 days weekly ^  Post Office Building Sechelt,  Phone 885-233 J  Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday  12 noon to"5 p.ni., ,,. _ t ,v  ���      EVENINGS BY;APPOlNTMENT  %  iirnrmminit ff ninwri'i mini iiinnriiiii urn iiiini n i nnnnini ninmiw  PENINSULA TIMES  ww��mii��ia��Biiilii��n.tuwju'��M  dier,    pioneer    and   leading   snowmobile  manufacturer, will sell more than 100,000  of-the 200,000-plus units 'the industry ex-'  sell this snow season. '      ''  More than 50 manufacturers now make  small,  ski-steered vehicles,"  he. said.  Bombardier   introduced   the   snow-v  and  sold   225   units.   Such   rapid  growth can bring with it safety problems.  "The industry is young; for this reason  it suffers, from no built-in prejudices  against safety. We recognize our responsibility regarding .safe operation and have  taken steps to meet it."  Elements of the new sport ���'the'sense  ���Pre-drjcleaptog oate-giv^w^nte wafm. ^ often   removes   protein   ��Sr{��SS��"*dSS  ensures-a perfect ]ob, which is what stains which would not succumb to     - -     - ~  th�� new plant endeyonrs tq attain, chemical treatment.  A' combination pf steam, vacuum and  Substantial investment ...  Jehovah's Witnesses'  ^ brave frigid weather  ��r*+     *^^^  f *t\*'i**i?r*  re:  OPENING  Of  ,eit i/tyo  TTl'  OJilMig pia  ewempmen  skiers know so well ��� are the very'elements that could create "safety problems,  the Bombardier executive.said.        '<  Recog;nizing this, Bombardier develop-^ ���. ^  ed, in co-operation with the National Safety <<inE$PJFflE lfrigid .weather, slippery, roads  Council and the-Canadian Highway Ooun- fj " and frozen water-pipes-, 1,481 persons  oil, a new-booklet of snowmobile dps -and-s. 'attended Jehovah** Witnesses' Convention  don'ts.i ^Play Safe for-Winter Fun". The-f-at ��North Vancouver's Carson Graham  booklet is available from the National i Senior Secondary School recently. Many  Safety Council, from Bombardier limited ' came from as far as'Powell River. Seventy-  ,in Valcourt, Quebec, or from SH^Doo snow-, nine were from our area," said Mr. J.  the   Sechelt   -Drycleaning  plant in jthe -Yates Block, 'which also  Owner Mr. Frank Yates has installed  the  very  latest  drycleaning   equjipi^ent,  Room, brings a very welcafne service to  Sechelt. ' ,,  S  t&mtmsmmtmrtm  houses the P.A.", Coffee Bar ^nd 'Billiard    featuring   a - eomputorized   machine   pro  t.^���   ���._:_-_ _    ..._i���c_.=  -_i..j._ .-    grammed to treat  a  variety of fabrics.  Valued in excess of $11,000, the machine  is also capable of,,waterproofing fabrics.  Cards are fed into the machine according  to the fabric being cleaned, while the  highly complex piece i of equipment incorporates a1 system, for purifying the expensive cleaning fluid by distillation.  Tho building1 has been enlarged to house  tho  steam plant and vacuum   machinery-  Wan*   to   make   vour   home required  for .the  operation of numerous  E IntrilSfl mS�� ***<W of equipment used in the pressing  larger, more comfortable, more d drylng ^ Fc]othea<  modern, <    more     beautiful?  mobile dealers without charge. Its photos  and text have received wide commendation from legislators and are available to  editors for presentation as a feature or  series to encourage safe snowmobile operation.  * The National Safety Council also is issuing a series of 30-second public service  television announcements on snowmobiling safety.  To insure technical safety of the pro-  duet, big manufacturers conduct exhaustive tests; however, the simplicity of the  vehicles makes it possible for small, less  Risbey, local presiding minister.' <  'In the fea'ture discourse, "God's Way Is  Love," IMr. L. Saumur of Toronto said,  "Jehovah's promise 'to' destroy unrighteousness at the'end of this wicked system  is an expression'of his love for mankind.  Although some claim this unloving, the destruction of the wieked is a step that God  must take to restore' paradise to the  earth."  "Twenty-five new ministers responded  to 'God's love by dedicating their lives to  him and symbolizing this by water baptism," said Mr. iRisbcy,  Whatever home improvement  project you have in mind,  you'll find helpful ideas and  information at your ono stop  supplies shop  uppiaes  Phono 885-9669  SECHELT, B.C.  iThc labour, saying form finish machine  enables jackets and dresses to be pressed  on nn adjustable nylon covered town which  can be,made to assume the exact fit of  the garment.    '       ' '  ^Assisting Mr. Yates'is Mrs. Fern Tay-,  lor, who has had six years experience in  dry cleaning.    .  'Emphasis is on satisfaction In a job  well: dbn'e> which,, together with the invtial-  lation of modern equipment representing;  an'Investment In'the region of '$20,000,  should ensuro the .success of this latest  commercial enterprise in the village. Mr.  and Mrs, Va'tcs also operate tho coffee bar  and pUJ'&rd'rooirt.  n   i   ^  i^'  Do something worthwhile*"1  Work wl'h tho Canadian Armed fprce�� tjf keepipa pecico for  tho world. It's a big job. But that'* our paqf. Roafhlng It takes  tho effort* of thousands of men lo q hundred different job.*.  Take ono on at flood pay, plenty of experience, a chanco to  go place* and 30 days annual yacaljon. A.rjd mpp may eyon  says "If * an honawrabto thing you aV' |r'j| a bonus that will  tnako you feerl good,  Como ond too n* on January 14tn,X>t Sunny CJre?t  Motel, Gibsons, noon to 8,:PQ p.m.  ��� 'Go with wC  , , The Canadian Arm��4fprc����  Ou r professional dry  cleaning methods do so  much more to giyo your  clothes a now-agaln look.  Rely on us to clean all the  family's wearables. Fast  service.  ou Open  Serve You  the Latesf  quipment  PR ��-awi  S^HELT DRY CLEANERS'   ���  IN T|IE YATES BUILDING���Opposite the But Depot  m��rt^m*m  1-.  mtmm  ���mtmbi*  wiimft  ���WawmarM ���  ���K  \  *>v  ��<iS��,nt,^tk  *^#^^^^j^^^l^*'^-'^'-^*^~'^~t**^^i'^^1^t^'^��a^  i-i" ,ifh, ?����� ,m ji"ii* f* ���.*��� ���*-*. -f^ *  *  '^U*!^*-'1*^ iW*j�� h��^ f��  ,*w^f^t ^i,   **^*|    4,��-#i   ,*: * y-vv  ,U--  �����-<���'^;v--  , V  1  1  J  r   <  '���*^*y^"i4^^i^.V't>*S>;,^*i*V^*^f*^^ -y^^V-v-^V p:U*^vSi*vnU-Mj^y*^^,  ^���V-^";  \  ROSS iQAiRiLajDK, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. -  ' . JS P.- ti(Jar]ick; w^s, among those- spending,Christmas -in Vietnam. Hfe left^Gib- "  sons afyout-;j> yeff-pnd ;a* hsflf*agl? forrthe  iUnUed States, where he joined the Aimeii?  can forces.' Antler graduating from* (Technical' School at Savannah1,' Georgia, "Boss  weritjwerpeais on October 4th, 1958. ^He is  engaged i^-a'^aBeh' $ aeronautical! elec->  trohics. /Hfe "^parents'' receive  interesiting  tape recordings from him.'  ���"    ���   >  ' Ross Garlick was 'formerly, with' the  Canadian; "Army for about �� 5 years and  spent some time in, the Ga��a Strip,   " t  Guests of Mr. * ��nd Mrs.' Lome Blain  were Mr.Blain's sister, Miss Evelyn Blain  from 'San .Francisco, Mrs. Blain'-s cousins,  Mri' and- Mm. Dave Adams from 'Edmonton, 'and Dr. *B. C. Alderson from Vancouver.  * Another old-tim'er is gone .with the passing in December of 19S8 o&.John P. Diras-  sar, who in'1917 out shakes at Wilson Creek  with his brother. He later came to Gibsons, where he worked on the Bragenstrom  place (now, occupied by L'en Wray). Mr.  Dirassar's Tie>me burned down some years  ago, and" he was imore recently housed at  Mr. Norman Hough's farm, where he enjoyed the animals.'. He had ��� previously  looked after' a herd when he helped the  late Mrs. Borgehstrom/  \ The ������ Gibsons' Auxiliary' to St. Mary's  Hospital^ Christmas; Doll 'Raffle, was held  on^ December'12Hstr It had been hoped that  Sarita would make the draw^ but that busy  gentleman' had left, - so Mr.* Ken Swallow  drew ticket number 368, * which was held  by Mrs. Isaible Hart of .Granthams Landing,. .  Mr. W. Bracewell had the misfortune  , to ilip and fall in the icy snow, suffering  quite, a shake-up, then .while being- taken  to Ihospi'talf the ear in which he was a passenger skidded, and had to' be" pulled! by  the wrecker. *   _    * '  "Miss E.- Weal from Vancouver visited!  her sister, 'Mrs. Grace BaUentine, and  along with. Mrs. Martha' Weal -were guests  of George and Ann4Weal'at Christmas.  Congratulations' t6 Mr. , and Mrs. Ed%  mund H:*GiU on the.'arrival of a baby boy  born Sunday, December 29th at St. Vincent's Hospital^     ���*   '- \   -  Lynden Cramer, who' attends school at  Moose Jaw,- Saskatchewan! spent the hpli-'  days with his parents, Mr.i and Mrs. Rtis-  sel Cramer at��� Hopkins .Landing. ��� '  Mr. ahd Mrs; .T.' % 'Anderson spent Ja  Very "enjoyable Christmas- at the home of  their son and daughter-in4aiw, Mr. 'and  Mrs. Keith Anderson at Coquitlam.  Guests of1 Mr.1'and Mrs. Walt Nygren  during the festive season were Miss Vicki  Johnson -from' Burnaby and, her brother,  Ed Johnson, from North Surrey.   , .  Bob- and .Jackie Burnett with Dwayne  of Ladner .visited^relatives here recently.  ] Sam/and/.Edith  Fladager'returned in  midiDecember. after spending two months  in'Mexico^.andt California1:  , Visiting Mr. and' 'Mrs. Gordon W.< Richards' during 'the holiday- season were Mr.  and ~Hts. "Robert Richards and Robin from.  Vancouver.-^, -'.''"   -  \ (Mrs, -Ida JLotwEher visited her son Douglas at Moose'. Jaw, Saskatchewan, < during  their' 10-day holiday recently.  v ^JMTr.',, and"f"Mrs,;,ltEttgene\Blomgren��'from  Cumberland,  Vancouver*:, Island)' l^ft; Fridge after, visiting relatives here.,      ' -    ,  ''JPhif and'Hilda de Leenheer came down  from Williams Lake to take  Mrs. Ethel  Barnes to -their home for ChristmasN. When  they; brought Mrs. Barries; back, they stayed qver here-for New Year..' -. . ,   .  . )Miss Brenda Weinhandl enjoyed a 4-day-  holiday with friends at PinewoOd Lodge,  Manning, Park.  1 <Mr.' R. St. Denis from Zeballos and  Bab St. Denis" from Penticton visited relatives here.  ��� Visitors with Norm ahd ^Roberta- Wal-  ansky were their cousins from Powell  River. *  1 Mrs. R. Cramer visited Dennis and  Faye Hicks and family at Williams Lake  recently.  CT    *  J  *    -  ��'     ���*   >  2'  *>&  *  > *  r  K   *  f^  ''ys*  ^   *  i��.  ���*v  4   ^  t   * *���  ����  *������*  ''��  - f  Page 6  the Peninsula Times  Wednesday/ January, 8,1969  \,,  Discipline  *,u*  indy kee^ -}am fro:  ;i*  *-��� i^ 4k  it  *t  *4  iM  ,"^  -fc  y,   1  K  If- *  \  X  X  \  "V  ���\  Responsibility  Becoming a brother and cousin all in  in one day is quite a big undertaking  for a young 'man just 2% years old  but ,Wayne. Sim is mighty proud of  his ,iittle sister Rebecca and cousin .  Jeffery bdth born on December 27th  at St. Mary's Hospital, Rebecca,' protesting loudly , about being photographed at lunch time arrived aj; 9.15  a.m. and Jeffery at 10.01 p.m. Wayne  and his sister'are the children of Mr.  and Mrs. Bert Sim and Jeffery is the  son-of Mr. and Mrs. Ron Sim of  Sechelt. ; ���*   '  MORE ABOUT.... -  o Undergo renovations  ���from page 1  within the  proposeds boundary  expansion  area advised council they written the Municipal Affairs Minister protesting their inclusion. It was their view that they would  not   receive   worthwhile   benefits    which-  other residents might set   '  .   Mayor Fred Feeney' indicated it was1  their" right )to protest and1 explained that  final decision would be made by Affairs  Minister Dan'OampbeH^  ,   It was later moved that council petition  the ^Province- to expand village boundaries  as\previously advertised and the 'Municipal  Affairs  Minister be" requested to  amend  thejboundary m, District'Lbt^No. 687 as re-  c<*mmended ^by the planner rlastv March.  Ajsp ^Parcels A;artd B> Plan 4739, Reference Plan 2551 and Lot 3 Reference Plan  5^.' Alderman Ken Goddard .abstained from  voting.  Recent. legislation  r  SECHELT THEATRE  PRESENTS  WHERE ANGELS GOf  TROUBLE FOLLOWS    .  Rosalind Russell, Stella Stevens!   ,  Cartoon and Double  i'' '    ��� " ���  Technicolor  Starti 8 p.m. Out 10 p.m.  Friday, Saturday/ Monday,  January 10, 11* and 13  SWMMMUfcMMMMUMImMM  jssamsamm  MMNM  ^QUELT Rod and Quii Club holds its  , first meeting of the season tomorrow,  Thursday^ January 9th, at which the annual, winner' of the "Gus CrucilM trophy  will be announced. Presented last February for the first time, the perpetual trophy  goes to the member considered to have  proved most outstanding during the past  year in the field of: conservation, facility  improvement or promotion of 'membership, club activities and club sponsored  programmes. Last y6ar's winner was Mr.  Harry Batchelor of Selma Park.  Ladles* shoot restarted January 6th and  will pontinue each Monday. Instruction  will be provided'and .22 rifles are available .when required. Thoso ladies', classes  proved very popular; Ws't year and were  , well' attended., i'.";' '/.'���:v,: <<>,.���������.':.'���  Theiclub, concerned:;with the number  of shpotlng accidents throughput the pro-  vJnc'pL.(wl|l;;cbnUhu��,.,ii't8;1Ju(n;ior classes as  soon.'jis;". school! recomimoncjcs^ This Is a  combined ' operation ��� with school instruction1 Involving basic fundamentals and, gun'  handling arid.firing'.carried out at tho Rod  and Curt clubhouse, j, "  : Hand gun ���"shbots''' are progressing  well and anothef throo competitions remain  In tho present ^erles, Next pistol shoot Is  ! scheduled for Sunday, January Iflth,  December Turk6y, Shoot was well attended and more than thirty turkeys were  awarded,  INDIAN farmers will have a new. source  . of credit under recent amendments to  the Farm Credit Act, Indian Affairs Minister Jean Chretien announced today. Loans  from the Farm Credit Corporation, have  not been available to Indian fanners because they could not pledge their reserve  land as security.    ���  The new'law, by allowing the -Minister  of Indian Affairs to guarantee such loans,  waives the normal first mortgage security.  It enables Indians farming on reserve lands  to group together to form a farm syndicate * and -borrow up to $100,000 from ,the  Corporation" for farm improvement. Indi-  'vidual Indian farmers will' be able to-borrow up to $40,000.   -  The new Act. represents a broadening  of the Farm Credit Corporation's' lending,  authority to include Indian Farmers on, reserves. The Corporation can now enter Unto  agreements' with'- the Minister "of Indian  Affairs-to provide the full range of its *ser-  vices, including loans, to -Indian farmers.  Mr! Chretien" said ihe anticipated loans t  would' be "available' through the- Corpbfa-'  ,tion to handle^op-eratiqns in the'l96d crop  - 'Many Indian reserve communities,;' incorporating' some 6 million acres across  Canada, contain large tracts- "of arable  land. The amended Act is expected to" enable them .to extend their farming activities considerably.  . "Our land, needs to ib"e developed jand  can be developed," ^saicl Jim Gladstone,  credit manager of southwestern Alberta's  Blood Band. /'Any/thing that promotes this  development Is good. This money is going  to help. It also ties in very well with a development corporation scheme we had been  working oii."  At present, much of the Band's revenue  comes from leasing reserve land to non-  Indian farmers. The now scheme would set  up a loan 'fund to be used by individuals  or groups on the reserve for development  purposes. -Ambng ��� other' things, the fund  would encourage Band members to farm  more reserve land themselves by making  loans, available to young Indian farmers.  The amendments to the Farm Credit Act  will enable Indians farming. on the , Reserve "to obtain needed credit for1 farm, development independent of the proposed  scheme. t -  "One of the imost important factors  limiting the development of reserve lands*  has been the lack of1 available eapital'  from sources that are available to other  Canadians/' said Indian MP for Kamloops-  > Cariboo, Len Marchand. "I hope, these  changes ,are only a beginning to .making  fa\$m credit sources, provided by federal  legislation, available to the Indian people."  Seekelt Notes  MR! AND, MRS. Bob, Normingtoh' had  1 ' their "family'/ and ..grandchildren ~home  .for*.a -visit on Friday. - ",  ��� * Jack'and1 Edna Fisher Visited .the Peninsula for a few days, staying at' Vic's  i.Motel; also with them were their .son,  \J>ovtg Wakefield, and Edna's sister, Ann  'Wilkins. ,  ���Nice to hear that 'Mrs. PeaTl Osborne  ?s .feeling well enough ,to be home again  , after a short stay in hospital.  ��� The Ben Lang family, who are at present vacationing in Honolulu, visited with  Dr. and Rosa Swan and family.  v 'Miss Georgia T. Simmons is presently  in hospital at Reading.  ��� First baby of the New Year, 1%9, a  daughter" born to 'Mr. and Mrs. Dick  Branca; the . happy event took place on  Saturday, January 4th.  PiSYCHOLOGISirS /and sociologists often  advocate freedom of expression, imply  ing an easy handl on discipline, when guiding an erring child. Peninsula parents who  have found the success of .this soft hand  approach ikniited will take heant from what  the 'Council of Family Health in 'Canada  has to say, obout obedience and safety.  Obedience may be the reason your tod-'  dler will not climb up to an unlocked medi- ��  cine (cabinet and explore' ithe\eontents.  Obedience may keep your youngster  from reaching "for a hot pot on tide stove,  experimenting with maliiches, or testing  potential poisons ^such as" household chem-  icasl and cleaners.     - ,  The coflvplieations of keeping little -children safe from accidents in the modern  home, says the Council, make it imperative for parents to heed the advice of pediatricians that 'little.children are"not only  safer but also happier of obedience is demanded of them.  When is,the right itime to start teaching  and demanding obedience from children?  According to pediatricians, it is before  baby's first birthday.      -        "    /'  The Council on Family Health' in Canada, a non-profit' organization established  by members of the drug industry as a  public service to encourage family health  and home" safety habits, passes* along (this  advice concerning obedience.  Commanding fitUe ���children to door not  ���do something is really lending them your  greater know-how, until the' -children have  enough' of their own.     .    "      t  Make a game of piay-obedifence with  babies. They love to mind casual, unim-  pontant requests. But all of these are good  basic training for the future when obedience  is no longer a game.  -. For toddlers, obedience becomes a safety device. The wise parent will establish a  set of command words and a v special command itone of voice. Keep the vocabulary  simple and the tone firm and ��aim. Try ito  make your obedience demand, more of a  request than a command whenever possible. i , , ,  When you "give a command or make a  request, always tell,ithe< truth. If you saj  "Must not touch," "Hot," "will burn," do  so only if the object is hot and will burn  if touched. The child who disobeys, only to  discover you were telling -the truth, will  obey you ithe next itime,  Try to ration your commands. If you  say "No" too often it soon loses its power.-  If you fritter away commands' on things  like eating, dressing or .toileting, some  children may conclude that they do not  have to obey unless they feel like it. And  ithey may decide not to' obey when the _  situation is really critical.  A command is useless unless it is enforced, so follow up your command to see  ithaf it is obeyed.  Be corislstamt an what you command. If  you forbid an object or an act once because  It is potentially dangerous, then you must  forbid It tomorrow, next week and on into  the next two or three years. Don't let yourself be teased or annoyed into saying, "OK  ���juat/this once," or you may riot be obeyed  in an emergency.  Parents must back eachMother up, even  if they don't really' see eye to" eye in a  given, situation. Children soon learn to  play one parent against .the other, if they  discover each has a_ different set of rules  to be obeyed.   >  Doubtless "there will foe~~tim.es when a  child disobeys a safety command.  Theu,  what should youdo? The advice'of pediatricians is ito render punishment everytiaiw,  a child breaks v a safety, rule. Whatever  your choice, "give the same ipumshment toi'  (the same violation every time. ,lf a child'  ���knows that he will have to pay, he may  . take fewer chances and defy fewer rules.  ^���&^a~��&$?Sf^^^  COMMERCIAL PRINTING  see  ��MK'>?ii^^^  ikrtf;��af��;.vi.Y  One turtle to another in its shell; "Don't  be coy with me, Myrtlc.\ I know you're in  there." '  Wonderful Savings  \ sA  -H. 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Another  ,-reason ifor sending no cards is that my me-   ���  imory'for', names .is-,so spectacularly poor  .that!;whole school classes have taken me  ( over as a su'bject for study and J have had  to reject attractive offers from researchers   ,  of the Ford Foundation twice. There seems  to be a suspicion that 11 am the only living  human , who ,has   forgotten, more , names  than he v ever knew, and scholars are natuf- ���  ally fascinated;     f '  -^However this' report, in lieu of a Christmas   card,   cqmes -from   an   appropriate  enough  location. \ The -United   Nations   is  founded Upon the  principle that all men  'are brothers under the skin, that ^the force  "^of'goo'd >will ha:s  real existence  just as  ' much, as do ^the imore spectacular forces  of hate.  " . 'How  evident  this, good  will may ��� become, we cannot say. Haw apparent our  * Parliamentary Delegation may expect to  find these forces of good will during the  , two weeks we shall-spend here. The worH's  problems are abundantly apparent. ���>:: /  this x morning it was decided in Security  Council to keep the UN peace keeping mis-  . sion on Cyprus for yet another six months.  Atfer four years of strife, the Greeks  and Turks on that tiny island have not yet  been able to resolve their difficulties.  .V   The -Russian delegation used the occa*-  sion to criticize the British for their colonization of the island during.-the last cen-"  tury,   the  British , ambassador  responded  "with tfie 'barbed remarks' addressed per-  jsonaU*y,"to",the Russians. f  i- In -.'another committee spokesmen for  the Jewish and Arab causes were seeking  new words ,to_ describe the wickedness Of  one another.'  Yet for all .these' and more faults, there  is something ^nspirajtional here in this little bit of international' soil on the edge of  Manhattan, where.^theybitter.'wind .off <,the  East River is"' snapping  ,126 nations who "prefer '  And although harsh  ,��T1  frltp Peninsula ��imes  Page 7  \~ /:  r*  >  ���* s  'K ���  ~i  t  I  ������-/  /  ,,,,\   ,, ,', .1   ,IVir.;ar��f'Mrs., John Alexander Thompson .      *. ���  "������   '   '        ' '    ' :"-=-Photo by.Dennis:firay,-Seehkt, &���,i  Wi/son^Cre&ir,.:.-;. 1:1: -      s-. ���   \ ' 1   , '. 1  ':*"!."-:  Wednesday, Jonuqry-,8, }9,69  of !thoVe killed or wounded by hunters' bul-  fete- '. ,  ;-; (4) The ^ildlife A��t be'amended to require'possession  of  the'owner's p'ermis-  S'lqn an "writing for hunters" to~irse "his land-  "(at'presept-'-perimission can be verbal).  <���'  '"    ON OCOCOBIBR 22, 1958,"'a hunter shot and - s'on, -.and! where,,eriforcfement of huntiug      ,,(5)^0 believe that 1he government wjll  ;' '    "!J   -killed British" Couimfoia' land .surveyor,   regulations, is   difficult because  properityh ,9^f^yrfjen a large measure qf'prtblic inter-  ,JPeter Arneli-asvtie wa�� "working pn a Gal-    owners* can ^glve^ yeribal permission -to;; est'ii^d participation is shown; one'way to  jano Island sub^divasibn" proje'et. -   "     "      hunters.        -'~ ' ,    ^        ���  ���      - --    >'rr detitonsir^te^ thi^ ' concern is by member-  ;  The'surveyor's death has prompted ttie ,     ,pm people will oppose this suggestion' ] 'ship in'^the active  and enterprising Rod  > Corporation : of  B?C.VJ Jjand > Surv.eyoi;s ,to   of progressive closure'��� good-sportsmen    and Gun Clubs.       ���  .join the growing'movement aimed'at pre-   don't-1iunt<-'in. these settled areas.. They., ;    (6) Outside'   workers   should   schedule  ."venting such senseiesV acts. "       ' ' prefer the 00ier~99 percent-of this wilder-;' their; vfield, work for other times of the  "iWe !oa*nnpt aipce'6t"*',the    explanation   xve&s province where their only" concern isw' year, pr>failing,that, use bright clothing,  ',-VthaVsuch" killings aire accidents;' or'that - forihe^salfefy of pother hunters,     '      ''    *irioisemakers) such as  a transis'tor radio,  ,'       -they are'ai^ec^ssary1 price for*the freedom -     The "Wildlife Branch," which is' jointly !,'signs  on  a!ccess  routes,   and possibly-a  'to go hunting?' "says t>. ij.^y'te-of J^ta-    (but not .primarily)/responsible for enforce-    patrol man'for their ow^ protection. .  .loops, '"president "of the British' Coluinliia   ment, caxi -dos^unotfg&rized^area's'to tiunt- -' , This ^tetter is being sent to every MLA,.  Land Surveyors. *   �����-'. ��� ,-'   - .     . j^g wder ^the Wildlife'Act,,'ahd can fprbid ��� ev#ry  newspaper,   the  Workmen's  Corn-  In"4 a 'prepared stateariont, ,Mr. JUJwfte '��� $he discharge of ilrearffls -.under jfche Fke-\ .pensatjon.Board, every Rod and Gun Club,  v(        makes the f ollawing''observations f    .  '      Vrirjs Act. - Mnticipaliiies cJan-.effect control -.^nd every j Regional District Board in the  ;,'     v" "We belike p*eople-in sealed' areas 'can   by <bylatw. The ^Regional districts -.which   ^ovinpe^^fi ,  ;>    ,   no longer tolerate irresiponsibility'in hunt-   -exercise authority oja issnes" .affecting ;fhe - ,"Thp Oopporatipn ,pf B.C. Land Survey-  "l '' * IngT And evetfif society is hot yet prepared    welfare, of, all1 the -.people ��in an area, op    ors'agks #, interested citizens to write a  y      to erase the" menace posed by the drttnk?    jfie prineiiple-ot the greatest good ior the-   Jgtfer'4��* ,thefr local authorities ^ or MLA,  "tjie  dope   addict, "the psychotic, and the    greatest number,. wjU,also..ban discharge;   urging.* that,;Controls on discharge of fire*  ,    ��"crrmmal, there" are some s|eps that ban   of'firearms-.by bylaw. ,-    . '>\[   ^ms be,'considered as a simple, direct  be, taken ��o" control the'killer in the woods.    '   These authorities will act-on complaints' \and tptous:ounce of prevention, and ask-  It's  not" necessary ior jjeople ,to  wait   rVcelve'd,^ preferaibly  in  writing,, by  tho , inf *that,fuU support be given to the.long,  until" one' of"tfieif 'fellowworkers is shot   Conservaitiori^OJEficer, the' local RCM1P,.or' \range PPSfjF��1*1 9* training hunters before  " :       ,down>efore aoUon'w ,takepv    J    "    '       the 'Regional'-Di^ct'itoard:'   "     '    , i?:'Hcgnciag>����ein.  ' - '       ''^taiistics^indicate thafJEour people will   "   Closed ]u&$'Sojftcol'fop irresponsiljle    "x1 "���" '\*  fall victim 3to " careless" hunter^ *^ in' B.C.,    shooter 'by denying' him. his hunting jgrouiid'i * "liWII-vA��Jrtv*rt\   >\ obi ��4nn nn  ";,     ' within the "next two"'"mbnths>' e^ual the   _ the roasdsjder &* nea'iby J)ush, 5the dei* ^UXi*'jrjB&crV!" .dSSlSICillUC  annual average of ten deaths.'"       v* velbping land;;hunters"ljesitate\lo. enter an( V ] ���..���,; \m i   !       -  '  It's a grim fact that Vancouver Island   area" whore''a .shot will1 bring quick police < irtl^HTmlrlTI   fl filial Tiff  5, the worst'record of  hunting  "acci-    action?^' , - '   ' '   t,   '' * ":\ '.*Hf ?s***T U*    AlVUdXiag  'Finally, six-suggestions are made:-   . ,'    THE* MAXIMUM amount of money avail-  (1'J Auxiliary ^olficfers'j>e- employed dur--   '   $jbtef as second mortgage on off-reserve  iag the huntingJ season ���to, assist -police in  safety eriforcement duties/   '. "   J     '    ���  " <2) -Indians lbe' licensed," possibly - at no  fee, to .bring them .under* the ,benefits of  tBe training and 'examination program.   -. i%^_,.,   _,.,-,.          .,    ��.   ,    .-     . i^.*.v- ������ M��.��.-v,^-��-r ��� �������� ~* --f       <3i "A^fundf'be'set up,'Sustained fay license; ".houses ~fo,r close to OSO faimilies. More than  j    *,- .-l^ad, to compulsory testing before Jaunting '-fees-, to^provide^financial Remedy for those1   another^l50 families have ^been granted ap-  Hcences are issued. , , suffering "property 44ainilage'',and to-.assist    pioyal, 1( to (purchase "homes/under the.pro-  The Corporation ,of BiC.lLand Surveyors . the/widowi^tfie^cpildrei, or. .the families  ''eram: SJ 'V-- '  of 6Cfe Courtney'Street, )|ctbria, is-prepar-    ,'fi,i���;t,"_';'ji'iii; m .ni,,. jirT^TTnU  as.  has,  .dents? of apy pact "ofBritish' Columbia.  .;   We feeljhere ate twblmain approaches  ^to.the prdbleont      .    .....?"-    '. -  , First and.most important.is.tiie JProv-  incfi-wlide. educational andtrainuig.lpio'gr*m.  soon to be launched by the Wildlife .Branch  ���: which. wilFexpand .work ^already- done  .fc^JRod and Gun-Chibs. ���. and- eventually  ��� hou��ingH:6r andiam people has been increas-  v ed,!6$qfh-$5,0p0 to $10,000.  ".TJhe' Joans are part of the department's  Off ^Reserve Housing' Program, started in  ."May vW��7,, which  already   has  provided  Jv .  mite  Thompson, took up .residence at "Evergreen  the .eldest daughter of Mr. Vernon, ^Emerr   $escenf, Sechelt.: '^    t    ",'^i'f"  f��LL^n/^f^be^^C^!?^^hem!^m :     Ouaf-town .g^e>ts included,'the ^ofes'  ed^to.offer incentive-awards i�� people" taking the Wiildlife"Branch training,'and"invites 'all- employers' and unions' concerned  'with outdoor work;to give" similar support.  "iJir,'"We are particularly "interested-in file  training  of youngsters  to be ^competent  ^sSSdoqrisnfen * land "h^nteri," ��^s'm.  -Wihyte, "and subject" to ^the adviscfr of f%e  ���Wild% ^Branch; >es��wall gaw $ffl> a .year  for the next 5 years^ 'Prufes'rsucji'as wint-  '" ik^ anpt outdoor  "mos��~ suitable."  im'giediate method  srVhazard' would'"be  teyenlarge1 arpas v$ere Shunting and ;tive  discharge ;of firearms is* a^eady forbidden.  ujalThese are Jtbje expanding.worjdng and  recreational areas v^hgre ".niany people "are  in of close to-the bush during^huiiting'Sea-  M;oorervMr. jDoug Sutherland  ajndl JSliss  Beverly'-'Bond.   - '       "--'-",��'  ,    And although harsh words may be used    Janet  Gaa ^^g he6&me ^iltfte 'of   '," Upon their return.'Mr. and-Mf��"JMn     ZtTRi ?TL TV?^SI,e **&?  '2 ^tx^iimSiK S��dA��^    J^ Alexander Tiiompson. The 'bride ��   ThoSn A Ssidence at^trS ' fj;^^^^^^7?^2l  "these halls treat'one another\wi��h dignity  >and,respect and,"often, witht much personal  "affection. * :   - " '  ���.i It is as appropriate a place as any from  ^which to wish you all "a'merry "Christmas  ;and a prosperous a��nd peaceful New Year.^  And so, this I now do;    -���    -  ���s    '"��� ' - iiBy Thb Old Roke  (BOOK 1)  - <   , *  by Harry Robert?  e^XJimeA 0>pOi  ':"    Sechelt ���885-9654.  ore  iMflfqinff  rAT THE years' end it is gi  double ring ceremony; Mrs. T. Lamb was  organist.'.. ��� . ' - , . ~ -      - - -  ' Given in marriage by her father, the  bride was charmingly <- gowned \ in floor-  length dress of white taffetaA with fitted  waist,, full ,skirt and lily-ppint sleeves', j Her  full-length Veil was held by crown of apple iblossams and she carried a ,it>ouquet of  garnet roses and white chrysanthemums'!  -Mi"  I    look at our gardening pra^^  :f spect. If a garden note-book wa's"kept' this  :^&fet|^'^^^Ma4ar<>f'! Honour,   Miss  Etta ,Stewar4;  ���'^���LT*w    Jn'nioV Bridesmaid, Miss'Suzanne Patten,'  was keot. this    ___, ��� ���  ��.-, mL ��� .. T _i_- ^..ii,  memory. ~�����-_    ,.'?,<       ���- '        -   ��� ~j  .,riM.-'..;��i>.\.in.�� �����^'#��.o.f,.^jn�� ^^���h  One of- thei/wo^st mis.t^kes I noticedi  b was the practice of cutting hedges so that  the bottom is narrower than the top. This  excludes the light from the bottom and  hinders growth, besides making the hedge  look top heavy.  Another thing that is all too prevalent  is allowing shrub's to retain too much old  , wood.1 All. wood 'more than three years old  ' should be removed each year. The proper  , time to do this,, in most cases, is just after  ,'the flowers are finished.  The summer lilac (ibuddliea) is often  \ neglected, it should be cut right back ,to  i within* a Ifoot of the ground in early spring.  ' You will be surprised at the amount of  '������new wood it will make in a few months.  Thetiblooms last much longer when this is  ylone every year.  Rhododendrons   also   can   be   brought  ".back to proper  shape "by  cutting them  1 back to a foot in length immediately after  they have (finished blooming.  Of course,  the bfywms will be sacrificed for a year  'until the shrub  makes  enough flowering  'wood.' A�� tlio flowers are borno op the end  of the (branches this is really the only satisfactory way to prune to keep them within  bounds. I a.lso noticed a number of rJiodo-  ��� klendrons suffered from lack of food. This  should be applied In the form of an acid  mix after tho blooms are ovpr.  Perennials suffer from neglect by being  lleft too long before being divided. Whom  tho clump gets too large the flowers get  .smaller and too many weak.hhoots develop.  '.When dividing thorn uso only tho outside  pieces and discard the centre.  '    All too ofton tho obvious absence of a  icompost pHo was noted. This is tho lifeline of ovory garden. There is no need to  create an objwxjlbus pile if it is built pro-  ipcrty;�� and,can >be scrcop^i,from view by  Madng.,'&. couple of shrubs in the proper  ; position'.'  Vikh tp start .�����' garden, note-book nt tho  [start (if the' yeaV and thon'thls tln^o next  fear yo^i wljl be ibblc to correct any mis-  Iakc9: tt^t were moo>. Remember to Chock  pny tubbni arid biilba that arc stored to  jnako sure they nr'p .not .shrivelling up.  An office"mKnage'r was telling how a girl  ame in'to apply for a Job. When asked if  ho had' any phrtlculnr (|unllflc��tlbns or un-  suartaJciits, she.said she'had won several  ���rizoa In 'crossword puzzle nnd ��lognn-wrlt-  hg contests,    ;';'���:':-'..'��� ���.    ., ,        '.,'.��� .'.'.'  "Sounds feood," tho mnnnncr told her,  ���'but'Wc want somclwdy who will be amnrt  during oWfco hours,"  (   "Oh,!', responded tl^o girl hnatHy, "tills  n�� during'office hoursI" '  medv witii'p^nki'lace and'featuring short  sleeves'. They carried bouquets of;,pink  roses and white carnations.  Attending the groom was best man, Mr,  Bill Copping, Jr., with Bruce Laking, Cary  Laking, Allen Patten and Mike Fossett  acting1 as ushers.  Curb smoking legislation*  introducebTby healtfi"jd&$L  AMONG recent proposals',put forwardi<by  "the^federal ^deparbaemV pfMlhea3j$b,. ior  I^ten^al'^sla^ye^Jifitio^wejeii.jL ��itI^tI  , . Abaji'onf all cigarette advertisir��g''a'fid'  promotion, and' also on the promotion 'hi.  cigarette smoking in the advertising'^'of  other,products.  .-���"-' ��� ,>y;-",  ^Jie .elimination of all coupon *jahd premium .schemes for encQura'ging cigarOtte  poking.,' * . . m\  A statement on all cigarette packages  [gfeufn^^^  .���P^"Vw">jHW^W  and cartons viyhich would warn potential  .ins ��j uaiicio. and current > smokers, of the" dange'rs sof  Reception' followed  in  Roberts   Creek \ pmokirig and indicate less hazardOUS,l'Ways  Legion Hall, where the toast to the bride    to use,the product: < '���, ,.' ���'��.' '  was  proposed by the 'bride's uncle,  Mr.        A maximum level of tar dnd^iucotirie "'  Bill Laking. Pink and white carnations de-    content to be set for cigarettes, this'to re-  corated-the'bride's-ta^'which was sen-    duce"Ui6 hazard to* corttjimiffg: smSpsrs.'  tred with the iblue andVhite wedding cake,        The requirement that all cigarette' sales  made by Mrs. Edmunds and decorated by , outlets, adequately .display Jhejlisting, of the  Mrs. Hughes.,     -   *r   7    > '    .tar-riicotine content of tiie cigarettes on  Servers were Shirley Laking,  Bubbles    sale  Crcighton and Mrs. NcNcil.  For her daughter's wedding the mother  of the bride chose a green two-picco suit  with brown accessories aHd white carnat  tion corsage. Mother of tho groom chose a  tvvoipiecp silver tricosa suft with black  acce ssorips and pink rose corsage. ,  For the honeymoon the young couple  travelled, lby,car to Sap'Francisco, California.  For travelling  the  brido >woro a  t  * "4     M  I -(iff/ll'  \ a  - A tmotprcycle cop .who lielpcd direct  .traffic ifor'a large wedding reception was  invited jlatci* $> liajtalce of * a "M of liquid  refreshment. .Som^llo'w Jtlje officer got one(  moi^e'iU^n jhe cpu^ 'handle1," *rndvwhen he  tvent'oaqk to his'rounds-' he huitg',o^ertime  paitftimj 'tickets j��n sixty -care!, before he discovered ho wis In ��,drive-in theatre.        ,,  I  \  iSW  PJrt^  L-;.*i..,i,.i, vi  YgSEf^ERSDOUS  of  ^s?2i  ^n;  V  Random Thoughts  \  4  PEOPiliE WlANiT SECURITY. Thoy f are  hide-bound, earth-bound, ho-hunvdrum.  Fat catlll All tho dragons are slain! No  moro dcrrlhg-dos. Guinevere and, |Galahad  arc gone, A flung gauntlet is an empty  gesturic. Duels, are deadly dull,     ^ .  Homer was a hoax, Marco Polo,was a  promoter, Lnncelot was a< hypocrite^ and  Columb)is\ a   conformist, ��� The  '' ���by Mary Gross  the minds ppd ,heairtp of pcpnle *al(> around  tho world ly/cre lifted',to thp stars. Wlien  the (three knight^ Jni .their shlnlmj, armour  spacecraft ortbi'tcd ^ho moon,', they Jbarely  scratched the surface of space. And yet,  rather than increasing ;mian's- awareness  of ��� his insignifipanco, man acquired a  'greater  appreciation of tho   mngnlflcenco  Betd ��precids  Floral Design Quilted.  Oply 3!,teft. ��i  Reg, 24.95 Special  R  titji,4i&  snders , and tyaiicsty of '4lip universe  were corrupt. Cynicism is' |;he dulj)imelal   ' VOf whait pr^c'tlca1! yAluF'is, space ex-  armour'of theldny. (Romance is djoadj    "    ploration? Wlio knowsV 'Mow prac'tical is  Not so,  Tho moon flight of Apollo 8 ,l�� tpoctry  and foTrrnnce, 20th" century styifj; 'WWen  the spacecraft lefted off tho lanrtch pad,  n'moombcaim'?  ,, ilp tenms of ���testifying to man's Jndom-  Jhitnfolc spirit, Aipolio 8 cariie off with' flying, colours., v ' , ',    ,,,    ���  I  SALES  SOLHIi  SERVICE  SERVICE SIMIOH  tS'ahway lOl  fM0 886-9fi62  LEARN TO'pIGIi pern.!l^ SALAL  by - ^ontnetkiig l�� ?���% MAYS ft  Pm\m\M GREENS SUPPLY CO. LTD.  if  Mm��h�� 8������1?313  Hmt to t(ittf$i)icHelt '"tb'Sfitro  Box 34f Sechdlr, BiC.  ('1  i  3  Ply Wool-Gorval <jnd Nylon.  Shrink Resistant. Canadian  Made.  Clear out    /% bolls ^tf|   /m^  Special  ..  $ for   *fl08ip  ALL MERCHANDISE HAS  RED TAG SHOWING  SPECIALS  KIDDIES'  Corduroy Jeans  -6X L:;.;.i:ri"��� ��� "��^ /o :off  BOYS'  Pullover Sweaters  Sizes 8 to 18. Assr. Styles. 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Odd Lines Plsstes ���$h?rtsJ * Slaclcs'  , ' 30% ��nil fy%;'ptfa!onnf' '  Holdinis On Soto   '��� ><  AH Cprry Oyer Chrlftwo^ Cordi,  Dccoro��)on��, TroD Ughts,      ,    . ,      H[^0/  _ WjMbt : : ^*r^��� /0 0FF  'lilsses lcoterfir-5 'EO%, off  'Bpy��v 'Cordiaroy |��and   '-  8  I  p<>yar PenEm ifnn$  All Foil & Winter Clothing 20% off  WWMmWkkJkffMIki .  <**!<  f-  ' !  ���teM  ���MtttrtiwW"  iisssimms^s  s^VRBffoS  *^s��i^��^^t����w^'*>'',',"'*,^>.^'>^j5>5^)H��vvfcf'^iv,<"i:<���' <h~  ���'+ #��� \1    IV,  nr rV  i !  .<��� /-  i    i  ;  *  . I  Page 8      '    ;  The Peninsula Times  '' Wednesday, January 8,1969   ;  ^' ������������������� '    '  ��� >������!������������ ������������������ l i i   fc i   wiji^  \  Jn/jshipts: Office  _,','  . .���byJohn Herherinjjtdn  *'ANT> IT came to pass that a star came  Halfrndqrt Bay ^afifjemngs  i��  ������    rr'v*!- t -    ���*> .*  " ^ due 'tol the' B.O.' Hydro,' jB jC.i Tel audi our'  x "maUr'courier,-Arohie' RutherSoNl, 'lor unfailing sewice>duririg,a''lmos|;'rlififiCult and  ���by Mary Tintdey  r-pt  i ,   ^  trying period.  Safe-rfding^fciiili  with Christmas bikes  ��.k. if  moxe-eacii o>y. Bathing, hashing cjothes '   , lMr.'Wisw Jogged .in.mahy parts of-,On*   Sechelt ariaVtfehveretLlus present person-',',���*? son Laura? ^a��� antt ^^ ^'miJies- , thorough'explanation pf safety rules, -  and, .dishes, disposing- of .wastes, watering    taxio md iworked' as- w tester 'in Michigan'., -aUy iftfig children's waTd of- the hospital, -1 ��� Mrs.. Warne's "guests, were 'her ^si^ter,   \ . mu-   aut0   club ' ouflined - some i basic  lawns and washiniff enrs ir��iinrA  ennjarfiAr. - ���._. i v��. ���> ten,���,���',..** #/���� *K^i'      /t. a^ ..,__  ���* j J-v.-.t_i _.��*l.ri*     n/r_V   ����-��,. t����������.   ����.j ��i.-_ .1���1���u -*�����~ -   " *air.   aulu    V1UU   ����"*t*t��.. ^������w f.K#������v  -   -   ���   ^'ae'drossmaMng' class will start at' the'^" PARiE^ who Ijoughtf'lMcxcles as;,l9>rist;  A4MAn.A-��       ,. _.     i�� -    -. ��� ^  , ~. -   nmJSm WSER died tat'His home at Half- :,were entertained (by Santa Oaus,, who ,had/ - Welcom^BeaU S on^Wednesday Janu-     ��� mas ?ifts-should .PW*���^ �� s^-rjding  . OANAiDiA'S, earliest $etUers, who- had  to,   -^"**". J^*"^  ^ ,v_ -,ow*'���*iava    *:.��*. ���^;,rs*,*��.~����,,���;H,?�� ni�� A��jK��-rti.��w    welcome ueacn ^au on-weanesoay, janu-.   . ^^ ^.-.v.,^.. ^ *^.n^,��� ^u^nr*  ,  1 carry or -pump their5 'household,^ water>   aee'  tsupplies'iby. hand; probably got by^on'five^   wVv  Mt. fl^ ^X/AXilo-And 'gaU0DS or ^'^ dKy for eadl P&rson-Efet ���   _  thrstarwLTspacSandfroTan^SeT   X^f '"T^SL^J?1? aJfrafrf 0anaw  W&SSto raise' toerfaanUyfol>4 c%- ^3^, "Sending "hw ChrisEli^St    ^^f .��^^is were ^.a1^^^^  vtld7tTroughtPtoeePmen homeTV'^ore^day   SS�� Vlif$W&> > *"��  w ��� \ ^ ^^^^L   ������\* T^<* ���#*** ���<*'**.   1SSL ^'S^^'fillS- .^wSJSiJESSf-    cycUng .privilege, is /glven/.along  wi* >  planet caUed Earth. And Eartfcf was no    an^;^^, disposing-of'wastes, watering  longer ithe centre of. the universe.   , v laiwns. and washing cars require consider-  On Christmas Eve 1968, the world'bore .-alfle, quantities of water and any "curtail-  witness to the beginrjing of a new,, era so   mfent+ of, the supply" arouses surprise and  vitally consequential in the destiny of the    resentment. Tertpnately, in Canada,'.short-  human  race.- Three   astronauts/ Colonel   ages have usually been  Frank Borman, Major William'Anders and    ary. Most Canadians have  Captain James Lovell, fired the engine of    seriously^ about water shortages  their spacecraft and leaving their lunar        De^tte its variety 'of uses,; waJerMs    SsmT he haib^,^confined toa^ee!    SJ^ArS^lrl^l^    ^IS^tS^^lSSB^fSS.    titaaV.  ohaibiv 'the least emnmavo. mntAnai ,..��a - <&&������ for much of that tane.. ���mi1r,  niyt ,Hav^  n^^^nii^pH   it ��rHiMit   -T,��W Rrnniic^ ��hn h=c h<��n W * writ *ft        Never ride two persons on a .pikeV   ,   ���  , Wear ��� bright, light-colored clothing that  can be easily seen by motorists' in\ daylight, an in headlight beams at night ���"  - " Keep the bicycle in good riding' condition. Ask an older person to give your  bike regular 'safety inspections* and help  with any repairs it needs until you1 can do  the work well yourself.  orbit began the journey home to earth,    probably'the least expensive material used - cnair tor mucn ��.max too* t could mi ,baw  accomplished  it without Joan Brooks^ who has been on1 a visit to  They were nearing the end of a -mission    in the household. Compare the priced oil - Though he had never attended school +.   wholehearted suntxwtof so manv oar- Sand   returned iust in time to soend  that had captured the imagmations of peo-    for heating^ cents per g,Uon> or gasoline for a day in his life, het was a^proline e^stnSS aT^geneSS^na- 1^^XSS!i^U^ZL^&  pie the world oyer  Man had broken away    fer Ihe automobde (50 cents per gallon) reader of detective stories and had taught' < ^ received ,��������.-recMation funds and sell Brooks at .Mission. They were joined  from  the  gravitational influence  of  the    ^thJBiecost, ofk water piped to the house himself to write a fair hand.                v from Mr.* Jtai Oooper.      ���           '          J by their mother, Mrs. Ednaloadstone of  (about one-thirtieth of a cent per-gallon in Following cremation, a memorial ser- .   . .. ^ ..   .?..  .,    ,        ., lwanwiio iwifH vmc^nn^ vio  wsth *h<�� ��im  Ottawa). At a cost of 34 cents per thou- vice will be held alter' the return of his, lftfM&ahS2gl ^^SS'S Srttarf^ne conSart al MicT^eek Dal  sand gallons, water_ costs about seven cents brother, H. E. Wiser, who is at present on |��- J* Z���*lJ*? ��5SL?Sl ^&�� M?^ft?i^^ta?n  earth for >the first time, and gone to the  moon.  The flight of Apollo 8 made this Christmas season, now passed, a time of unforgettable achievement and awe-inspiring  adventure. From the flawless lift-off of 'the'  massive Saturn rocket, through the twenty ,  hours of Junar orbit, to Apollo's pin-point  splashdown in the Pacific Ocean at the end  of the successful voyage that" had all "the  a' ton, .delivered. NO other material costs  so little. x        .'  Commonplace, convenient, low in cost���  it is hardly surprising that little thought is  given jby the average Canadian to this most  necessary commodity.  Twenty gallons to. take'a bath or do the  ingredients of a Jules Verne adventure, .the _I,laundry�� te�� gallons to wash dishes, five or  thinking peoples of the-'world were captiva- ?"* gallons to flush a' toilet���all this water  ted .by the significance of what had been ls used,without much thought in the aver-  achieved by itheif fellow man!, ���   -      age household.^which uses some 50 gallons  a visit to Eastern Canada.  HS58 has been a sad year for the Half-'  moon Bay area, for death has claimed  four .of the pioneers who were .'honoured  during the"-Centennial" celebrations.' They  were George Cranswick, 'fc. 'Grundy,  Ralph McCrady and* Mel Wiser.  -   '  SAD LOSS' .      ,-,; :     .".,*��      tf,  The New Year started tragically for the  Jam  Cooper's  with' the , news  .that  their  daughter, Pat Hilton, of..JSIpcan,/ had jost  "Welcome to thVmoonT^said Bin.An^S K'ST. 1��!?l!iJr!!^  A,    ���_ ��� x.       t,     *. 1      x. v cities- also use "a ,very  large amount of  ders as the Christmas Eve telecast began; water, much of Which comes from municipal  "Thank 'you." replied Houston Control' supplies. '...'.  and .there,/on millions of television- sets -   The city "of Ottawa in 19S5 used 100'ga^  throughout the world, was the moon as seen lons~ a^ day per person.*, Winnipeg used 80  by three men who came as close as fifty- gallons per person, .Vancouver and Mont-  three miles to it's surface  -As 1 watched I was aware of a 'deep  feeling of awesome respect slowly'-overT  whelming me. The full significance, the full  impact of the event gradually dawned on  my boggled mind as the. moon drama unfolded before my eyes.  It was Christmas Eve and the flight > of  Apollo' 8 was a success. So 320,000 miles  away, the three men circling the  moon  made a plea for peace. Man had .reached.  out to the stars and taken a step that tran-^ >  scends all human indifference) And so they  made a plea for peace. And as the. space-   ���  men sat in their hurtling ship and read  from the Book of Genesis, .a ^man was being  beaten by a gang of punks outside, a Motor  Hotel in Vancouver.'     \ - * _    -  The entire series "of events, that comprised the Apollo 8 mission were\ difficult  for the mind to handle. Three,men going to  the moon; it was simply fantastic! Andfor  this lofty ��vent to have taken place over  Christmas seemed so very appropriate���  though it was only coincidence. It was a  time for peace on earth and as the three  men hurtled towards ithe moon, you tried  to forget the sadly moving television-coverage of Commander IJoyd Bucher and his  men from the SS Pueblo, amving^home  from eleven months of hell in North Korea  ���human pawn's bn'a fil^ry'chequer board  of political power plays. ' ���       '   -  The astronauts took'-us, on a tour of the  interior of their craft and the pictures were  superb. It was difficult to realise that these  men were thousands of miles out in space.  We were shown .how -they. prepare .their  meals and because it was Christmas, they  would.be having turkey. But in the town  of Smith Falls, Ontario, some people would  be having nothing for dinner thanks to ithe  disgustingly based individuals who drove  up in their automobiles and took away forty  percent of the food, ^ clothing and toys the  Salvation Army had reserved for the needy.  But our thoughts must rise above Nthis  this decaying of human morals and we.  must rid ourselves of lethargic tendencies  so that we might look upon man's greatest  achievements���Apollo 8 lor one���as .being  a broadening of understanding and\ love  between all peoples, unfortunately, there  arc those so shortsighted as to feel ithe $310  Million tab for Apollo 8 was far too much  benefit not only America, but all nations  to pay for an accomplishment that can  of tho world.  1 Apollo 8 began the journey home from  the dark side of the moon, out of radio  contact with the earth, Tho most critical  moment in the misslon^-tho firing of the  engine to leave lunar orbit or bo doomed  to circle the mOon forever���was initiated  by thp astronauts and for six minutes the  world held it's^breath, waiting for the appearance of "Apollo 8. On .tho edge of my  chair I waited and finally, exactly on time,  the spacecraft'came around the moon; Tho  engine had fired properly I But 1 couldn't  held wondering if the waiting for the' outcome of tho Israeli commando raids on  Beirut International Airport would bring  such Joyful results,  Tho flight of Appollo 8 is now over, arid  Frank Borman, Bill Anders and James  LovoU will go down In history as surely os  did Columbus, Magellan and Drake. Tlio  moon can never seem the ��amo any more.  For myself, Mook up at it and shudder  wonderously at the fact that In my time  man has gone around It.  But tho font wo witnessed ibis Christmas 1DC8, and thought magnificent, will  soon bo outdated. And the day will come  when this flight of Apollo 8 will bo looked  upon'tis being archnlc���just as, wo regard  the first ship's that ventured across the  oceans ns being somewhat primitive. As I  watched the Apollo 8 telecasts, I gazed upon  my young son in hto playpen, oblivious to  What' was taking place In front of him, and  wondered at tho day. ho will bo my ago; I  wondered what his thoughts would bo regarding the Apollo 8 flight his father thinks  ls so extraordinary,. No doubt ho will look  upon It as'Mook upon tho, early day�� of  radio: something anclpnt and obscure.  Now It is a new year and loco will brine  groat advances In fipaco technology. Man  will forge ahead over the nigged terrain of  scientific breakthrough. But will he pro-  Kress in his' regard for human rights? Will  ho indeed learn to love his neighbour?  How ironic to have astronauts go beyond the moon only to return and find that  while they were gone man had' destroyed  himself in a holecast of nuclear conflict.  real about 120 gallons and Toronto about  1/75 gallons (per person per day. Industrial  use "accounts lor most of the.difference between the average of 50'gallons a day'per  person and the city's total consumption. Per  capita use for domestic purposes^probably  does not vary appreciably from city to city.  Deep sympathy is extended to. '.Pat, her  husband Reg Hilton and to Jim and Khona  . Cooper. s >    . *-      ���  'Mrs. .Blanche McCradyhas returned-to  take up residence��again, in her home at  Seaerest. . ���    ' ,     -. *    *  CHRISTMAS PARTY       {r[     I-/  . The children's Christmas^ party at the  .Halfmooh Bay School ,Vas: a very "happy  occasion, enjoyed by about* 70 children of  ��� the area>. "For the older ~; children there  was  dancing'  and   the_ younger/ chadren  Mrs. Dick Manton, Mrs. A. Rutherford and  Louise.     ,      ���      '  QUIET'NEW YEAR  With driving conditions hazardous and  most water systems in the area frozen up,  it was the "quietest flSTew Year's holiday on  recordjta Jtedrooffs and the Bay, Most of  the, visitors expected had* second thoughts  "when-thewea'ther went fronv\ba3i to worse  and those i who had arrived before the  snow, tpDlc'off as soon as road conditions  improved.."- -  Residents, were kept busy melting snojw  for wa&r' supply - a cold and most frus-  trating^occupation, considering the amount  of snoiWi "needed to produce an inch or so  of water* At almost every home, there  were flocks of starving birds to be fed,  juncos, robins,' sparrows,' towhees and  many others. - -   ���   '  (Mrs. 'IRuby Warne reports that on Naw  Year's Day a whole flock of robins literally covered the snow around her house,  apparently- attracted by the remains of  apples! on nearby,trees,.' Tribute is "snrery  the Doug Foley family has settled in an  apartment at-Scutamish.  yaajmimMJ^^^  Of* HER-et'S  *  !  FABULOUS. TODS  at   .; '  ' v-  Phone 886-9941  1538 Marine, Gibsons  teilkiti's f ranch Cut Beans  Cldrita'Si.'Peaches 28����. ..���  Sealorcl Sockeye Salmon  Se��en farms Honey  CATELLB  ��� SPAGHETTI LONG  ��� MACARONI CUT .  Welfare applicant to case worker: "The  last time the wolf came to our door wo  ate him."  Tulip Canned Bacon  Dutch '.Oven Flour 2o lbs. pws s .:;���...__:..._-u.  Maxwell -House .'Coffee -^ w __._,,..._:.,  Kflspee-'Potdtoy Chips Tf,.p<lfc('.���_ ���   Pink. Seal Broken Shrimp  :.���,���.:.,���..  Kleenex1;towels,:;tro���- pka. ;������-'���������.������������������: - -y  ICleenex' Tissue whi���� 4oo'�� .���.������.,. ".__.;_.���.:.  Kraft'Cracker Barrel Med. Cheese  Crisco Oil:*%*%,.-���... ������  .���'  erry Box Jams ' s n*^. 24 Mt  for  CROSS RIB ROASTS  ��ROUND:!!!!:'  ib.  ib.  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