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Array 5~ ^.'a.^iffs---.^^^ > ���' ���' st.-stat.u. ������������-*���**! ���.-��� -v... g. .?r.v.'"    -������- t . .**. -f. '.y.. -i ������ ���-t...-trar*i..^^^.>a^j..^.^M__^^a .^a *^***:c  .-a1*:  ��� *.*% -  -- 2H2 fE^T |2t'i-A7i:.,��   -  *.....���.,���.-���   .V���.    #-        ~-   ,~ -  InJwA-.   ff   r *^-,    -     ���-���  '*�����         Serving the Sunshine Ccasr^.'Howe^ound to Jervis Iniet), including"Port Mellon, Hcpfctns Lending, Grantham's Lending..Gibsons,7 Rcfaerrs Creek,  >  (  Wilson Creek, Selma Pork, Sechelt. Holfmocn Bey, Secret Ccye, Pender Horfacur, Madeira Park, Kle."ndcIe^lrvirS*s l^^u^/EaH-Cc^e/Egrrserif ^"VrXOr^ESOAYjMASCH 11..4f5-��| XQe  Yc-ltm  1 . "raUflpto**"  I 3  School-Board decision  site seftlei  s nteefing  �� -,- ���^  THE BOARD of School DistricriJrJo: 46 (Sechelt) decided  ��� Monday to purchase for $9000 six acres from Crosby,  "Smith; and Johnson-The site will be used for addition, to  the Gibsons Landing ElementOry. School. They will also  purchase  1.14 acres for7$2500    ������������ - '������_-.-'  " ", " ; -���  from Charles English'-.to join  this property to the existing  property. -<:."-  Reg Spicer opposed the purchase   of   this   six-acre   block  because, -he said, "there-is no  road   access   except .through  your own property.** Mrs.. Vo-;  len explained the access road  will go along the" fence. The'  Gibsons'' building- committee;  Mis.'  Peggy  Voleh  andMrs.7  Celia   -Fisher,    wilr   proceed,  with arrangements to finalize-  the purchase and call for tenders for clearing.  Spicer   reported   he. is-/go-_  ing ahead with p'ans' for the  classroom   at   Madeira   Park.  Maintenance     mart    ;Hariry  Chaster,  who was" present-at  the .meeting,   enquired-about  placing  climbing   ropes^ from  the  laminated - beams of Pender Harbour Secondary school  "-auditorium.  Board will make  "" enquiries befcre the ropes are  , .installed.  ,i SHRUBS STOLEN  ". G. A. Cooper's "request to  - have. Arbor. Day was greeted  with reservations'by Chaster.  Chaster reported the soil at  Sechelt.Elementary School is  very sandy to a depth of six  .,-feet and .the. water/tableTlow; .  Extensive" soil preparation���  would be necessary- In the  past both shrubs purchased by  the PTA and those /planted  around the flagpole - by thet  board have been stolen. "They  were taken away in* cars,"  said Chaster. "The , dirt was  on the blacktop.**^ In the representatives discussion }. period,, Mrs. W. Waddell suggest-"  tfor elementary pupils during  July, and  August. The  board  1 approves   the  plan   in .principle   and   has   contacted i'the -  RCSTA. ;  W. S. Potter, principal of  Elphinstone Secondary ^School  a^Veed on a question" from J.  Horvath. that there are quite  a "-number of marginal students in secondary school to  -whom such a "plan, especially  a course on remedial reading,  would be".of. value if they  would be Twilling to "come  back. 17.:;  ".'��� F. . Smith, _ Industrial TArts  teacher at Elphinstone. pres--  enfed plans for the ..occjjpa-  tional-vocational -shep . based  'on the latest Department of  Education, recommended minimum" requirements. Hie- suggested 7 aq addition cf 2700  square feet which*.could be  converted ^occupational use  when a new - industrial wing  is  built. "-/'. . r  ~Smlth recommended an architectural survey torbring-the  electrical system up to "minimum legal and physical safety-requirements. * .���'.  :He felt either powder mechanics drl electridty should ba  V-i" ;-"  ���see' page 8  New Hospital   --  THE new St; Mary's Hospital construction program isjDfo-  -ceeding qn schedule." f  At Sechelt  HI  ohninaf�� tour!  JAMES Augustine Jackidn of Sechelt appeared before  "    Magistrate ArJohnstoo end was fined SI 50 for driving  while his ability was impaired.. ~_ -  -    " ".. -Chris Julian of-Sechelt; being enjnterdict in possession  of liquor was remanded one week for sentence He obtained  his   liqucr   from    the   liquor      f- =~������ -   store at Gibsons, he testified.  He obtained .his liquor from.  the same place the previous  time he was in court in January Gn the. same charge. In  summing . up, the magistrate  -said he would remand the  case for one. ..week because ftf  Julian's wife and children. He  also said liquor vendors shculd  ���Ldhgdale toJZgmont . . ;���*.  Sixman commi|ee  to fi nd garbage' si  not   sell   liquor   to   anybody  they are in doubt about.!  Arthur Maurice Rowelf of  Gibsons" entered, into a "recognizance cf S200' for a tisree-  menth period ca being Jwxnd  guilty cf driving while hlst ability, was impaired- Rcwei; ���3,  is en a war .veteran's pension and had botight a bottle  cf liquor fcr- a hand.cold] according to testimony. jCpl.  'Kicny, -RCMP, entered a plea  en Rcwel% behalf -siryre he  had never baea involved -in.  anything like this "befcre-  .   Xormsn Nelson.   1S"> of Se-"  _-*:e    *?*-:*=  d use of the shrub St. John's    THE Garbage Disposal and Collection Board met Thursday  innti,��. cmBoctmn ���-!,* in SelrrK-r Park Centre with 30 people present^ ie_-  presenting various areas and organizations "from Egmoht  toLangdale. _  .'*'  wart. Another suggestion was  cotoneaster.  NO  RESTRICTION  Department of Education  advised the board there is no  restriction  on. presentation, of  th'e    bucket.   It   rruay   lie- :rnail���  ed or presented in person."  They suggested the me*^��*i  should bo established on a  working basis between . the  board and the representatives.  Henceforth, the budget yfHl  be mailed to representatives-  on or before_ Feb. I and a  '-meeting will be called on or  before Feb. 20 for represent- / sites,  atives to discuss it        / '  A letter, was read ad\-ising  the meeting that garbage disposal in-'Port-Mellcn-was dealt  -w-itit toy1 Caaaciaa Poirest. Prt>-  ducts.  Out of the discussions of the .  meeting came a coinmittee-of  six" men, "who have been aut-^  hcrised to find.,suitable disposal sites, check read access  to:-same,'--"bring-to the "next  meeting an estimate of .cosf  to obtain and maintain these  Vines Braceweli and '_ Eric  Prittie for the! Largdale-Ro-  bsris Creek penian, "^fm.^  Swain and^Sid "Waters for the  centre   sr-es.   arei   L=rr   I^��rscn3.  fined a tctai-ef  cnfeit 'wj  and SS^ costs 7cn two /ccun^  under ^ ine - liqucr act: being  a minor in poi5essicn of liquor, and consuming liquor in  a public rplace. "Nelscn. testified he found the liquor^ a -bottle cf rye whiskey ar.d a bottle of beer. In. Jthe ditch near  Giascns  Phone balldti  Jo be mailed|  l BALLOTS - will , "4   .fnailed  March 13'for;a"pIs|bt*dte to.  detertnliie/ whether |- Gibsons.  Port   Mellon and - -S^chf It  ex- -  change {subscribers ^-'aBt^frec  telepho^ calling' be|w*fjr�� the   "  - exchan^s.     ^���--_ I   -I -   -   ���"-"  lie -fTelepho-ie iC4n~.parzy  stated that ballots nrsusf be returned to its North Vancouver  - district -jolflce by *.*%rc|T- 2T.   "  ., fae   prspQSaL-.initialed   b**-  Jixsl Chambers cf boftrf.erce  and subsequently approved by  village iccr-.-r.:?::or.i   if   Gib--  sons and S^chel:. *j.-cu!p elim-  - mate   i "m:rimu^*.   chjrse   cf  20 cents fcr stat:on-tc>l-naii��n  calls, add 35 cent= fc-. |>?rson-"  to-pe��i"   calls.   Gib^ohi   ar.d  Port   Mel'cn    prc<.r.tl|- hi\^e  ��� free    cfT&r.z -  b**.v r**"--*;   them  and the Extended  ArtS Ser- -  vice   would   c."   brjad^ec . to  isclude* Seche't. \    i    *-77-"  Upcn! approvi.1 cf t*fe plebiscite,  i'the    thre-e ^txthanges���.  would be combir.ee fof- estab- ,  lishment _of cew_ rr.^r.lSiy rental rates. This wepti iiisult in  slight- rncnthly "^stresses   for    -  the exchaasss.  " "��� .    I _ -  i *  Wapi for) 1  school bus! j"  RCMPihave' dnrsrn td- the at-. --  tention of all rrs<^c��|5ts that  the. driver cf a vffcille upon.  ;a highway (bcth.-ii fnd out-    -  side. .if. munlcipa|itj!-- upoir  - meeting! fcr?   ev^rt^dce - za: -  school; bus that i4 dfsgnated ,  as 'a school bus. - that! is "Stop^  ped^oh. a hishw^f.. ajpd 'upon' ".  cr near which a |ig4 or.sijjr"--'  nal    iis " displayed!'   ihdicatinir.  the  bus", is-  receiving -or  di?- -   .  charging'-' .school). -.--izhSxdren,   '-_  must .stop his *ve��iC|-- before  -reaching: the   school-f?us .^nd   .  "sha'lrllnot   proceed -- "jr.ri!   the  -school bus resuzr.ep-'r%. zlion or  until the driver of. t|e school _:'.  bus'agnals   'a   oftel  dri-.-ers.-;  that it is safe ta ptcf-eed-  . Thii is a chang4 ii|-the so-'  tor -vehicle   act-that  bscazT.e   -_  effective last. >choil |7i*Trr. Before that it was'-cft**"! corapul- .   ;  scry to step in zbnts outside    "���  a Trr.trttcipaiity.   .j    |-_   - - -.  . *>:. ���  i.   ������ ���i  ' - '������ I  ��� l *   ',*  :.  ��� -I  .    > "a * .   ,\  '������:: i  < ���:��� ���. ���  '../.'���������:  -��� ��� *���������  i-. * - *.  z^x  M  , -1.,�����  Z*'S:i  *  . .���  t  '�����  c  t   :  I'  4.     .  t:.  4  *   .-  < *  *t.  ���j  '.v.  Af Sechelt  and H. Whittaker forthe third  area."Barry MacDonald sanitary, } tnsp*actor r and forestry.  lands, and- public wcrks local  department  alia assist.  persannsi   wcjild  ree planting ser  Etsferfereitce, thesrs  d  SUMMER CLASS PLAN  The Board will consult with  district   . superintendent      of.  schools, Gordon Johnson> concerning   "Mrs." Wiren's   report  to "institute   summer   classes  The whole area was divided into thrse portions. Lang-  dale to Roberts Greek. Wilson  Creek to/ Halfmoon Bay. and  dbove Halfmoon Bay jo Egmont as the third area. \  ���The    six    volunteers    were  .- ~ ."V-- -,  _ ^j.--^-- *??***"$  '���2a, *'&?:?*���?-. *t-_; ���  -   '--si ��r&* j- ' * **  * *jV >"* *f^i-H*' \~r' \  ���^*-*.-f:r-5_vrf-> ���:  -���    *^p^L -���-���-' '"'.  rv~^f��*��s ~7-" \zZ. z zz---.*,   ' ^t*-t rrf       -*'  Sewage Disposal  Work pVoceeds on the $47,000 sewage system  for the-  Sechelt Indian Reservation and ^t. Mary's Ffespit'ol.'.  The work i�� being carried out on the Winter Wcrks Program  and employs Indian labour. -     ���  "    - *   ;    ...  LOCAL SERVICES  ACT J  G. E. HilL" Gibsons Rod and  Gun Club, askjed if organizations -represented at the  meeting wooM/faave to incorporate as one body under Societies- AcL "SJacBonaid iras  cf-the opinion it would riot  bs necessary, las this would  come - under Local Services  Act. after the present com-  -mittee/had compiled the facts  and figures ta prasent to fthe  proper provincial departm  There was discussicn about  voting   privileges,   but   Swain  and ;��� Chainberlin pointed J out  that7 problem-fef garbage iiis-"  r    ���see page .5  Tcn-gef $%87 j  RED Cress campaign to raise;  ~S787 will coenme'ace immediately, / Voluiiteer canvassers  are requested;to contact EL N".  Henniker at pibsens to jiick  up 7 their feceipts and = other  maleriaL Last year's target  was S765.       j - - |  r At.-- the general meeting of  the Gibsons branch; there! was  inrafficient attendance to J permit election cf officers orj any  of the usual business of an annual meeting;     ----- "     \  *^-a  SECHELT municipal council had cr stormy sessicrj through- J  out Wednesday's meeting. Commissicrrer H. B. _c��-,  don washed his hendsj^f env tree planting prccrcm because  village chairman, Mrs. GrJchnston;hod ccnce:.fe*d his plans  work  to      commence      wcrK   " on.  Monday.    **I    get    everything  - teed  -up.   you; cancelled,   the  men." he accused.  Mrs. Johnston ^naintained  no moticn had been made, but  Gordon contended it h*��i been  discussed .and approved-, by  fccil. even" to the edtail  cf the street to start on (Inlet  AvcJ.  Gordon said he "even offer-"  ed. to  pay fat  the trees and  work   himself   (approx.   $100)  and acevsed Mrs.. Johnston of  autocratically : cancelling   . it. -  "There hasr been interfer-.  ence." charged Gordon. She-  denied she had been "autocratic. "That's ' my privilege as  chairman" of! coundL��� she  "and there was no motion on  - the fcccks.**; "';  ---"   ~"S*"as ^there a mcticn on the  - becks   to   purchase   the   new  e|sh register."  enquired Gor-  cbn.   ilrs.  Johnston  adrruued .:  there was not. "Bjit that's dif-  " fercrtt.**  she  said.. As   nobody -  else would  take on  the "tree  planting, program,  it has  fal-  lerx titrcsigli.  I^lAY DAY.       :  " lliv TJay aL-o -.vert by the  boartC   * Recre^t: jr.     ctuiirman.  "S. DaweE Istati-c h* wpuldn't  have anything '.o d; with it  after Gordon pc-.r.toc: cut that,  the SS00 spent tcz May Diy-  had! ncthing to >:"*w for it.  yet fcouncil bi_-^.-d at spending ! S10O f:r t~^�� which  would -be a jvt'���v r.v'nt .improvement ..  tc     t:-^.-     \-ilIage.  -There's    t:x-  *r.-s:r.    cji*J.c* .  ism j aftcrwaris "*   ^^:<i   Dawe7  nDne shouldn't ^xptct jtharJcs..  but jit's tthe cr.t.c-s-t :rdm'; the  same picple >c^r a^tc-r year.T..  he Contended. 'A-y Day is on.:.  the agenda fzr :hc-!iext meet-"  in^J There is a pcsicility the  Secheit PTA mi-.;:.'.--be  ister-  ested^in taking-:*,  on.    .^_-.  REPORTS CN DITCH  Council,  wil".   r%.-ql. .-^uBsrry-  "MacDonaid-.to s*b-r.:t sarJtary  reports cr. the fc j curia count .  in the open cl'.t'n :r. th.e  vil-^  :! �����&e pa*3e 12 SSrf:  Sechelt Peminsu ufjimeb  Poge 2     The Sech  Times, Wed.7 March  ft-.:."���"  _*."������>'  =r.:-"aV'  ���-i*,*.-- ; ���' '  1 r l - ���>��.��������� >  ������j..v-'r  ���ft-w-t.* :  vS'^-f ���'  *��St;>'.. >  .iV.;.'---:1:  ��� ** ���"  ".-' >  swk :  ��z?x  v.*"*"1"!**'  ;^*  % "i ^ ���*...  ��.:".: ?"���>.  ^!'.^J  C.-O'-S!*.���  r:'.&"  ..*��������� *���'<'������  *%��� .....  -r~>,. fr-.-i ��  ft?!-.*'" vi ' ���  >-..".\::5  f ������-::;'-���.'!  'C~. ��-':"' --  ���ff   <|    V--   -        .  .".*    IMP. '  - J ���'������.i^Z ���  ���������.1,.'.!>V��  ��^(,- .;������.--.���-, i  mm  "f- f* $"��*"���  i.- l-.^v: *  Bft*--.3:i��:  *!*   ���*_** jJ "*   ��-- *   L  f-v.-" -fe  &��.'*���.--*��� ��������-  B|jJ?*fV '  i*i;S.-\'U,  11000000000000000000000,  Published Wednesdays by the  Sechelt   Peninsula   Times  Ltd.,   at  i Sechelt, BjC  , Gross Circulation, 1850 copies  j   Classified Advertising Rates:   '  I -Line AdBriefs (15 words)  < )ne Insertion 85c  ' "hree insertions  ,.70  1 Ixtra lines (5 words) 15c  ' I Sox Numbers, .. 25c' extra  f paid before 'publication, a dis-  :otin* of 25c per.AdBrief is oltow-  - sd. . Semi-Display,    Super-Disptoy,  and  Blue- Ghip Display   1.50 per  -   inch.  Legal Notices:  Ti7c per count line (.5 .words) first  insertion,  I3c per count line subsequent insertions.  , Deadlines: Saturday 5 p.m.  Subscription Rates:  10c' per copy, 50c per month (by  ' advance.  carrier); $5.00 per year, in  Card of Thanks, Engagements,  Deaths, Births, En Memoriam, Coming Events, Etc. Per insertion (up to  40 words) $1.25; extra words, 3c  each. 25c Discount if p.aid before  1 publication.  IMilEDIATE   possession  bedroom | house ��� Seehejlt.  H. B. Gordon &* Kenneti Ltd;.  Phone  88S|-20l3.' 9)38-13  LEGAL NOTICES (C  ;;  Ir Pen.  II.'64  Int.)  WANTED TO RENT  COTTAGE,  Easter week  " cret  Cove  or Pender  hour area!  - Mrs. Ivy  RR.I, West SumntertancL  WORK WANTED  : -i  :,   Sej-  Haif-  B.C.  in  Jlaso  9307-13  ROTS L/\i  v .     ���* -  n-40)  ���natch  ing  COMING EVENTS  WILSON :Ci  hold a s;  cal hall on  k    UCW*  will  tea in the lo-  esday, April 14.  9901-13  SECHELT Kinettes /Spring  - FashiohT Shbw, March 20th,  8-p.m. Sechelt Legion Hall.  _ 9910-14  IN   MEMORIAM  , BROWN-jHln | .loving;,- ,n}emory  '. of-ijfear*;jriqther, rI^ehe,**"who  paj^��-^way- MareR*41,"l"-1950.  ire^quickly -j*as- f  525  ONAL  YOUR  scraj  *cash ^rat  "l  REAL EST/TE  "Thel years-  .<-   -sing  Though still we can't forget  "fj��>r in  the hearts  that loved  ' Iter pemory lingers yet."  jj-Ever remembered by- her  cSughter Carolyn and son-in-  Jaw fames. 9911-13  hi    f  RQTiD-TILLING  4 sizes oi machines to  your*** job.  Plowing ajnd Break  Rocky Ground^ Brea cirng~  Grading and  Leveling^  ���Cultivcting and-iHilling  Complete Lawn Ser /ice  from p!antmg"'to  maintenance.  Mowirg'and Sweeping!  PO"fVER RAKlNii  ' Edging and Fertiliring  Seedinc and Rolling etc.  Arrange for regular  'complete lawn cure  /  ROY dOLDERSCN  Box) 435 - Sechelt  aa|5-9530  Phone Elvenings Only  Form No. 15 (Sectii  LAND ACT  Notice of lhtentibn't> Apply  to Ph^haseLJhd '       !  In Lahd jReaffding District  of Vancouver aoad situate  North of Sechelt.  TAKE NOTICE thit Victor  Wiebe of 3804 Edinbiirgh St.,  Burnaby 2, i occupati: n fefm-  erymanagEr, intend i to apply, for permission 1 > pureli-  .ase the following* lescribed  lands: '  Commencing at a ]) ost planted 80* Soutiuof/PP m South  End of Easi Bounda y bf Lot  7022; thence South 1 5 chains;  thence.East] 15 chair s; thence  North to IRoad, H chains;  thence "Westerly? alcj ig South  boundary' of road r 7 chains  and containing 20 a*|res, more  or less.  The purpose for \ -hich the  land is required "is sunuuer  'home. 7    J  '. , i-   '.   viCTcl^ WIEBE  Dated Feb. 23, 1964. :  9732���Pub. liMarch *L II, 18, 25  SUNSrllNE COAS'y  HOSPITAf^   IMPRCVEMENT  DISTRICT No  i,  Notice of/ Annua,  General ���  Meetings in[the/fbui Zones of  Sunshine  Coast Ho qpitait /Im-  3Jr  Please  )728-tfi  WOMAN with good typinj  speedf -shorthand, dicta  phone. l,egal and general office - exiperience. Apply P  Lavoie, iWilson  Creek  9909-1$  FOR SALE  metal- is1 worth  Simpkins ^Place.  Phone "885-*2I3"J.'^' " a048-tfn  "J4" SHEETING, junk  $35 -M, (Good  fir  -  Hemlock 2x4 $39 M.  Place, .Davis   Bay,  2132;      !  cedaf-4-  $90 M  Simpkins  'h.   885^  5057-tfh  FOR ALLOTYPES: OF* IN-,  ,' SDRANCE INCLUDING LIFE  ��� .AND   HEALTH   AND   ACCI-  ErENT AND' REAL ESTATE  -   ��        AND i RENTALS |,  .   .'Gpntact:" *   I - ,f  * -' '   Office: 1885-2065, or  1  ^Eves: EJ, Surtees 885-9303   '  H     C. E. King, 885-2J066  ;ikGG|Sr^GENGIE3 LTD. ,  ���"^px 'Gg-^'r* \~* 'J���Sechelt, B.Cj  " %-      - - . *_���!_ -^ 5084-tfri  't'-E|*NbE*ir;ua^RBOUir' Wateri  tfronts prbperty.     Sheltered  "I -.iwjorage.  F>,  $10tQOQ.OO.  Ex{  siye^-^hstiffit McM*yl��n, Real  state "*& i3Tisura1w*e.  .Gibsons  lljlGACat.  No.'^-R.  D  6  LOGGI  Mod. jNo. '^-R. Ser.. No. 2;80*|,  Hydraulic straight blpde^anp  winch, l_|rack arch,  ing "blade., Needs senile repair  on roll srs\ ' Otherwi se ; goop  condition, j "Cstil Earl'  cies for> details  886-��  LEGAl  Cat  --  NOTICES  Eorm  S86-2UJ&1  -3. i.  *���-���"���*.,-:���:,  *:   a- ".il   i ** ������  f*.  ^.  '!..*^  it',"*. .*'���.-.;  f-*-'."^ .(���:*';  v.. i $:���������?*  ���    "���V'.s  9912-13  Notice  ��v'.-i..'.---*r-  Pender "Harbour  iVVATE-R^RONT- HOUSE - ������ ���  �����     \   AljlD;LOT...   ;r L  X~)Fo\{ -Price $.10,000,00  i.      **     Exclusive u'--\-  y* ** I 1*  ��.  _\*VARJ McM-^NN;.' ij  Seal ^Estate*^QrtsjLtrd^ceL  :s\   Gibsoos:886:2166,  No.i 15 (Section  * LAND- ACT  of Intention  Purchase L^nd  to  "In-Land Recordinu District  of Vancouver and sitjuate East  * of Sechelt Inlet.  " "TAKE NOTICE thilt Gordon  . Arthurj Potts of Se*heltf- ec-  ' cupation carpenter i ntends to  -.apply for permissioi. to pir-  " chase ,the following desraibpd  lands:], ,  Gpmlmehcing_,at a >ost ph n-  orner of  Lot  7(71  tear" at-the1   S'/W   forner  Group  1  sub lot B  9739-13  WANTED Miscellaneous  ���G^DAR snags and windfalls, -  -Suitable ' for    shakes.    Any  arhount bought. Ph.. 8$6*2587��-  | .  I, X'W%&^  thence j. iJouth  Easti  Morth  ORGANIC  *\   large  gardener to "worjk  garden   on   share"  5  20  5  20  br5^^Ei)A!de,��^4V%o^a85.-,:  -3308-15 *  N.W.D.  Chains; ' thence  Chaini; t thence  Ch-jms*" ] .thence .  Chains to1 point ot < ommence-  ment ' and  containing   lb- [acres, -more or less-r  S^The? inirposejfor  land is required is a  GORDON ARTHlfR PO  Dated.Feb^.15,11964.  50se���Pub:, Feh. 19  ^|jp&i  '���'tSHERI��^!;1W.-;77/1/  Sales and?Service  RADIO --APPLIANCES  Phone 885^?<505    7  _AUR1E~SP :CK  SHEET META  Oil Heating - fu  Sheet Mejral  GIBSONS,  Phone 886-  M. B, GORDON &  KENNETr^TI^.  Rbal. ^dte; ohd.!insuranceo  ^:-:-:'-r,PKbnesl!S" '!.���:'.*  885i2$13;/ 8B6*tm    /  LTD.  rnaces  j;c.  >961  PEDICUR1ST  Mrs.F. E. Campbell  Selmo Park, on bus stop  Phone 885-9778  JEvenihgs by oppointment  /The Fineslj !lrv^       |  t   'FLOWERS '1';"'!  v -Xfor. All Occosfipns     /   | ^_  JELDRED'S FLOW Elf SHOP  1 Cowrie Street, 5 echclt  ���5    Plume 885-1455  "  STUCCOING-PU STERING  GYPROC JOINT  FILLING  No. 31  to,:  following  March  which.  HorhesSte.   Ug  provement jDistrict  be held at the  places and!dates:  Zone ij TlUesdak, - March  24th, l964."]Granthaifi Community HalL  Zone    2 >   Mondai',  23rd;   1964,'   Gibson|   Elementary School HalL      _  Zone     3    iThursdai*,1 "~March  19th,    1964^   Secheli    Elementary School Activity Room:    *  Zone   4  Friday,   Mirch  20th,  1964,-Madeira' Park  Elementary School Activity Room.  _  All meetings to begin at 8"  p.m.,. _   I-,':;,    '  Agenda of J the-meet ings;   -  1; Election! 6f a ratepayer  to. serve ais rfiairm in for the  general  meeting.  I Section  of-  a   secretary  to  *?eive   dUring-  the igenerail nreetini'.  2. Rporil of the  trustees of--  the undertakings <5" the Hospital i_ Imgrrovemen t - District  in 19w-  .37'Rpport of 1; the-trustees of  the TSnancial7 conditions of.  the Hospital Iri iprovement  District in) 1963.  4. Discussion wit i the trus-.  tees of any matter relating to  the undertakings <r financial  conditions'! of this, HbspUal  Improvement District ih 1963.  5. Elections of \ trustees to  replace those, who�� term of  office expires at ; he end of  the   zonal   genera.   meetings"  jas follows; j  . Zone. 1: one- trusiec,  Zone 3: nbrie^  Zone 2: one trust ee  Zone - 4:, one -trus :ee.  all elected to serve a term  of three years.*  Qualifications,   for. ratepayer-  electors:'   '  At any general meetings in  a zone every persin shall be  qualified to vote- who is a  Canadian citizen and is twenty-one years of a*e or older  and is the owner of land  situate in the sad zone, or  the authorized agent of any  board or corporation that is  the owner of such land or le- j,  gal representativ�� of any  owner of such land who jhas  died, become insovent or insane, and is qualified to be  registered as a voter under  thel .Provincial EI actions -Act  Every person qualified a*?***  aforesaid 'to voti shall be  qualified to he a candidate  lor trustee "of Ope improvement district.  FRATfTK WEST,  , Secretary  9737-pdb. March 11  /  TELEVISION  SALES & SERVICE  RELIABLE-PROMPT  RICHTER-S TV.  81 RADIO LTD.  Sechelr, B.C. - PH. 885-9777  CEMENT WORK -  4'      "by  N; SCHOENEWOLF  Phone 886-2862  CUNNINGHAM  AMBULANCE  HALFMOON  REPLACES  PLANTERS  FOUNDATIONS  WALLS  A. SIMPKINS-885-2132  Emergency -and non  ctolls. Special rates  pensioner  i 24 HOUR SEJ VICE  Phone 885-I9927  t_  SERVICE  BAY  Ei-erg^ncy  Forbld-^ige  .ING  WATER SURVEY  SERVICES  ��orn -lete Water System Service  U.C. EMERSON  Sechelt 885-9510  Inlured Blasting  TREE FAL  TOPPING-OR HElMOVING  LOWER LIMBS  Insured work from  7 to Pender Hejrbpur  FOR  VIEW.  ">oit Mclloa  Phone 886J9946  MARVEN  VOLEN  RAY NEWKrVAN  PLUMBING  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Electrical Contractors  Appliances - Electric Heat  Phone 885-2062  Hot Water Heating  >*othi>9  10 Years tc  PARTS AND REPAIRS  /��� ALL WATER  f sPhone $86  ;   Vour Bedtty  Scows ��� Logs \  SECHELT TOWING  & SJALVAG* IJTD.  Heav-yjEqibipment "Roving  SyaO^Towin  XL. KttGGS  Phone 885-44l!5  SECHELT AGENCIES  LTD.  R��y>rweriting|  Travel Reodqutjirters      ���  Reservations and Complete  ,   Information i  Call 885-216T  Phone Sechelt 885-9669  ^        PENINSULA  BUILDING SUPPLY  "The House With A Heart"  E. J. Cqldwell,-"Proprietor*  Box 97 - Sechelt, B.C.  BRITISH AMERICAN  OIL CO. LTq  Fuel Oil - Gasoline - Oil products  ,   - i  W. A. Parsons, Agent  Phone 885-2016.  Wharf Road, Seehelt. B.C.  T  SWANSON  Septic Tanks and  : BocVhoo and Fjront  Loader Work  Screened Cetnc it Gravel  ,   (Fill and Road Gravel  Phono 88S-J666  Box \J2 - sUhett-  Dbwn  pay  TO  *UMP��  *m  Agent!  BROS.  i "train Fields  End  m.  Frank) E, Pecker  OPTOME1RIST  Bal Blc4k  Gibsois  Every Wednesday  for .appoin tmenfr  �����    886-2166  TINGLIYS  HI-HEiO"  SALES ond SERVICE  for all your  ��   -   requirerrients  Oil Co.'s Firjance  C. E. (Cal)  Box No. 417, Sechelt  885-9636 ��� 885-9332  healfing  Plans  Tingley   .  Adjacent to  Coast High  lent f tshihg  ,     I,' i  ..'A*-?' ?  **v,    *'-  >" ���'  *m  < *-. *  EARL'S COV1E SUBDIVISION    '\  Earl's Cove Ferry terminal on Sunshine  i-jvay. Beautiful .yievr of Jervis Inl^t. Excei-  andboating,; Good- site for rriotel!and booi  rerrtols;;  "jf  WATERFRONT LOTS $3,500   /  [VIEW LOTS FROM $1800  iowri. Easy terms on balance. Discount for cash. fl  son  notes  -Resamundr Simpkins    ^h cpa!  ' gineering   at   UBC.   Mr.  and  Mrs.jKe.n Pearson have atteri-  ded'cp^n house at JJBC March  6.  Harold,, has bc-|n "appoint-  as -a mechanical  engineer  The Seehelt Peninsula Times, Wed.r March 11,1964 Pege 3  FREE rose bush, cherry tree, or $3.00 worth of show tickets  (your choice of theatre).   ;  Abetter contest is being held. The subject is How  Wiisori Creek Can-Be Improved.  The    letters    must    bz    150     ' : ���: ' ~-   words,or  less..  Final  mailing    Anr{w enioyed it too.  In  this  date is. March   18.  The  three    c-a��S     were     Pat    Anderson.  brrst   letters   will   be.  publish-     Jackie  Spencer. Tcni  Jackssn  ed   m   this   column   and   the. aTrj Trevor MacDur.ald "all of-  three   winners    will    have   a     Wilson Creek.  choice cf the ros?. cherry or  shjiw' tickets! This contest is  cpt-n to all readers regard;  less of where you live, inclul  ding schpol children -ol'.anj'-  age, (excfipting'my own six  children).'  On thi wav out wg -locked  into" the rgirls' dressmaking  class. Tne girls worked in a  friendly ataicsphere.  Back we came to Davis Bay  SchocI   to: visit   Billy,   grt��de  three .ar.d Marilyn,  grade six.  Tc-11 us how this beauty spot     Each child had a -ealsred fold-  can   be   improved.   Mail   ycur     er with his name7o"a the "cut-  letter   to, Box   389,   Sechelt, , side and\^is best* work on the  BC. - -inside.  .Special note fcr" ^ut-of-town There were display-l cf  readars. If ycu feel inclined pussy wil'ow pamtingi, and a  to" write" please do so and I- class reck colkcticn. There  shall   complete   a   contest   for    were pictures cf life in Swit-  yours at a later date. For the  children who are not allowed to go to the theatre' yet  a substitute prize Will be arranged. " .  EDUCATION WEEK ������* b  It] was open house at" the  schools. My husband and.I ahd  throe1 month old baby Anrte  went to see Rick and Jchji.  grades SA and 9 at Elphinstone. We were met by four  lovely receptionists. The book  was signed. The files-: were  consulted. A schedule . was  'prepared, one for" Ricky and  one for * John, showing- each  classroom- they would be attending, throughout  the  day.  We'"ijfere-.escorted to John's  Social -Study Class by Miss  Marilyn     Bas^r.     cf     Wilson  zarlandf sir.ee the class is rea-.���  din* the- very tender story of  . Heidi! We felt the-warmth cf  commualcatiqn- fcr*t*"ween teachers and pupils. As ens new-  mother was heard to,remark:  *My. this is a lovely" little  sehool'7 Mrs.. Slater and Mrs.  Parish had done-a-Jo*. cf extra  work in preparation for this  day.   .- ._ 1 - :   - v.  From my fclrds eye view.cf  the school grounds I noticed  many cars c-.3r.ung and going  alr day. There.- were also  grandparents! and. friends cf  the children attending open  house. .  In Mrs'" Slater's. rc-onv there  wcra f&Iders which the .children had deccrated and TKhieh  HONOLULU   ^ ;  �� 7}  A breath cf "Honolulu earne  to Davis Bay with the return.  cf Mike and Lesie Jaeksch.  The deep suntans ��re the real  McCay.ar.d the travellers looked healthy and r&SxetL- Bat  for -all the fan they enjoyed  ycu can read! th? expression  on -their facts which pLairfy  say "Tl^re is no- place UEc  home.** - - -" . I  HAPPY- BIRTHDAY    J ^   "J  Our" Maniynn   will   be   12-  March 15. Ail the girts in Mrs.  S:atcr*s" classr are   invited  to  lunch .on. March 13.        .      j  VISITORS . "       |  .  Miss B. Van Sandwick.|c  nurse in the Cancer Cliric.  Yarccui'ir" and Chief Ofr.^-r  W*m--dsGrcci'and faxrjiy -cut  from Holland -via the ?a:.arra  Canal were guests of Mr. ahd-  Mrs. John de Kleer. Tne !de-  Klesr.  family   returned   ihfir  next meeting- is B p.m. March  IS. at-the hail-1 Everyone ir.���  Wilssn Creek .is requested t-:-"  put -in. in apprararsre-  TEENAGERS  -The Petilrtsu'a ;is one of t>e  7 world.- More per.doners ^re  Iccn-ir".��� r---"ie ^r^i^h veur Ti-c^-  ; first rresu is i-vccar-.n-.c-dati-tr...  " Many more uxuld cc-r.a- for-.  ;a'l cf Cz^zzkdi. if .rental pn;--  \ ertv at modest rates 'were i.-.--  ' ailafcle   .7 .        -;      7  " There is & big opportunity  I in the Guilding cf apartrr.cn:>.  j cottages ec duplexes. Fur nfz-  "] perty- consul: real-estate cf-  j f ices on the Peninsula cr -th--?  j forestry elfiec in ���St-chs't.. Fcr  j plans consult the city munir-"  ! ipalitr-s "cr trie Salvation Ar-  j my. Fcr financinc.consult, the-  i- financial institutions- - z���  ! ' - :  j iOPLING SAYS  j Rudyurd Kipling told a story  ' to ar.  Ear.  India.-, that, tr.ert-  . -j. ta*~y -.v. .-��- -i.zi%-i' ���.-.��-  p.acr: puri.-.-.- >-*- :U- s-,*'  ct tr-vivei. -i ejr fen- r-..���...--  c-- ar.c tr. ;-:.  E-ni-t: *.���,.-;.- rJ:U ,.r- :.:'.  Tr~-.-pi.tr.* --.7 -.u.-.- .-..-,-.  r-~.< tc, -h;v-.;-., r����� .-.*-  zr.z   --: < 1  :-_?  n. i    t:o--.f.l  fl,v.-^rb; ��r. .- r....--.-'. ^-^.-s  r.r.e  i .\vS   r-i-:i-i .-..*    Li-  '*������ ,  ;' ��� ' "'J  -=���rti* r  .  ' -x ��� �����:  ." **. *���  ��������� ���.".-���  . .  ���:> :'5-i.  * i.' '  _  ���" b   "  * ".  ,..* .   1  ������' 1  ���  -.    '  ���*~~  ��� * ���,���'  "i i  k" .. -.1 :  - - 4  ,��  ���  ....          ��,.  u  ,*���' : *���  . ���* ��� *  . :c    l:  ..     *.-.   ..,..^.  :.t-r"c*'.' it  r..r.r    t-    ^--.   r  t  *T~V\^��    ^ajj.-",-^"1"!*--'^     -���     -^ -a *��� ^  <_r r-3-b- v- -A -\Fy .- .t  calcd irvd-..Ia:r. T*** *:-.o *v&-  ol-.-    airea-lv     shr**-     ..    -t.r."      ...    .,    ���     ��.,    r.  C��C  t. ..-  a r...-r.   & . I   :.-*.. cr  was    ore  ice.  ^^e:;r< .^   tl..-   ri-ttr-  *r*. yd., "pla-. ..-.it  .*,   s:-.f��.   ��.:���.-.  cc-r-.pjct,. ^-i   c^i.-.   E^t   t: ..-  red.    f-t-Atd.-.;    cJ.-rV-r    i .-.��.<-  '*���' ���������- ~  *��� ,- ���^    -��   ** -J��� ** - * - *  ���j. -w >A ~il       t.. j^ _        v.. 5 . i       c   -       .../*���  .za�� Sj trr-.y ���::--. b- ;t -.-_-.��:  tc- latar ,'rcr S^<e c.->-r:7  pc-rrr.-.t    c jr.   r^n:.<.#    ��� '.    a'i  cousin's vlsfi with a laak. av- - -,.  er-his.ship the Mass L. Cyd,  in Var.ecuver.      ^. |   -  l��EE7m<J HZtt> f  The    Wilsaa1 Creek    Corn-���  munitv   meeting   was -held- 3  pjn.^Mareh i. X  Mr. lies Charcbcrlin will  represent Wi'snn Cre-ek i-.d -  thc- Fcrc-stryl Dc-pt. at the ^zr-  C3ZC disposal meeting, ilr.  Bab -Kiclev" ts repr-csinuns  Wi"i.on G.rtsc at the- Recr^a-.  tirn -Banquet 1 f  Sine? th^re i; .ikt'^ put:re  interest in the "rialL " aside  frcm the fee; that tha -asfce-  iatloa    sponsors    tr,e " scouts.  person u-al:ed long encugh  he would s-Je .1 everybody ut  the   world.   That  .was   Cl"u.r-  .ing Cross^ and'- you probably  knew the stctyi      :  .    My husband, f-sys that when .  hs   vzas   statlcnei   r.car - L-**-{-  don,     the ;  Ui'.-trit'i    .rr.eetir^;  "place was just trcar.d the cor-  -ner at Tn��'"��:^sr Suuare.  When I v:ii .n the *ervtc-c5.  bassd at Vanrc-uv-sr.- cur  m^etir.g spzi w-^s under :"-.';-  cicc-: at Birli:.--"-Ta^day. if j"u  are located, "en the high'"-^v  at, D.tvts" Bay. s'ar.er cX IziXz  ytu \r7-l see-jU;-* ��bcut evsry-  b^cly   cr.   tnt-   S^che-t. Ptc:n-  *  .   ���**>- - ,^-  if  *. r._r"  f.--  . Ultie Ct  tr  New citizens "1  stf.ci:.:���-To m- ...-.j "v.- D.  Strar-. .   v.-x-z   -StuL*:-----. of  G.r^.iis.   ..   i-r_   b< rr.   Ft. 24  hria.cput.c.^. tr.fc.  *-ur. c.;>   r-  -*.-   i-r'~    -:-  ccntaLnM   theirr bast   works.  On  the.-wail wire  the child-  Creek.   Irene 'Humphrey, and     ren's spelling and. their marks  ���:�� Mary "Ritchie .of Wilson Creek     for the year.      -.  were there. They.-were.-study  cut  -.-,-1  _.. .   schec!   activities.  ; decided  to effef t7��* -.  .ing Japan.  ^_ Next we visited Ricky's  French class. They seeme'dlto  be enjoying their lesson. Baby  YOUNG ENGINEER      *  Wilson Creek I can justly "be  proud of Jlarc-ld Baird who  is  completing  five years  en-  brewnies.  Little L^a*jue  i~;  >2r*y  "on   a   leas-c   tt*- a-yor.e   wish-  ;ing to take it over. '    ."     |  Meanwhile a personal daar-  to-!door canvas has bean planned to rrqursr. public paftic-  ipatica in. the asscciation. Tr.e  SPRHIG ���  Dc-fewc-cd fc-jd? are g:-r.-rn.5  bigger every- day. N^**'"growth is appar.r.t ^ everywhere "  Ycu caTi row walk about :.he  gardeu and renew all toe- eld  xlrrendsrups   of i.Iast   year. ;The  plum   are   just   n<mi-. c-perung..  fe-f SK::'*Ts-%t?F*l  fe��ii-"i: ~ -.* it u-*7t5"-��t  is.r"^r. T,���,c      z ,-^ir"M '   *~^  joy. .���-< 1 - ��� rr. <s ����� 1j��*."*z f*~i��  froTFT5***iXr?i; rc s  PraW -^-*r}i-r--r-  Sg-��Nr-3Sc'kgRj��^^  "���5  1  *w//yr///rV///wy////��^  mmsmmmmfflmmm&mmmmmmmm&im  r  |��or cdmplete  1 protection  BAPCO ^AR8NE  :...{   PAINTS  ^^^^^^f^f^i^f^i^^^^^^^^^*^^  iMSmzSSS.  g^^^^^^^^^^^j^^J_;j^^^^^g^a  I  I  1  I  <N V> - i  f  , 7  \  X  X  1  !  .28 i  GAL.  vMUMMW��������iMMW<a�����MWM������wm����iui��w>wiwaaa..  ��<  MARINE jENAMEL  Forgloss Fittish^  Gol.  ���* fvvvvvvvvvv^r^i^vitmmmimgiriAAiim*********************  ANT1FOUUNG PAINT  "Coral**      {  3*10 q* 11 "18^  V**mr^v*i^0t*lt*V*m4*m0i0i0Vimj)0im^fVi&mmifm*m0*gt*mmm**^0m+m*m*i  mmmmm*m+mm*mmmmmmm0mmmmmmi0a*Manim**m**>0*^^  ANTIFOUUK'G PAINT  ;    ! *"Vtkittg" |  AM q* 17.51  i  i  dal.  ��^y��^WWii>**��w%i��^wtMiiWM<,iW*>*WW*l*^^  TT  I  v ���  I-  1  i  i  !���-���::  ��������.���.���I,  * .  X  i:Xi\>  . :  :;  ;"*  :.  4  ��   ���  }':  i  At Gai?ie& Bay>JSS3-M53^  'YOU'LL DO BEni AT LLOYDS'  ///////���/J.///-/*//////* J  firrtftt/ifitt *f>  t*t4-ftf-ft~>  i*t+itl.f-t*j*i  ���1  ��� z   I  1  Si  I  1040- *.?****?* i  \   il   ll'l  '��� _*** i'iiliiuhlhi'i    III   ����� J.L   . 1.     .   "    I   II   -. 1       ...      I . .       lL . . . . ""   !���������������������   ���������!���  ��" I    ���'���" >���������������  ,is.. &  * .*. Vi shame on  r.'i ia  .�����������,  arliamentajy  own to sjaifjeH  "ate bush  ds of rj  3sti|on, is One of  n\any .rujcs-'of order [devdlq*J>edj [through cen-  tujries of genfcral- practice! to -.preserve ordei atja  mbeting and to provide authority tql act for thojse  delegated-to carry out the busvnei  rules of procedure have jbeen 1  guard the rights, of members,.to  and to keep 'debate wit  . a Bid propriety.     -  j    Many meetings bogjdown rhto|[a hodgejpodjge  of discussion**" and  suggestion frota whufh  rta  ear-cut discussions arise, no authority is debited, nothing is accomf lished and time is -jVastjed  b icause proper business procedure is not adhered  t<l>.' '   : " b., 1     I" j     !  At the moment, Sgihelt municipal council is  i 1 ani.awkward position. A tree! planting program  ���as" agreed to, a Cash register Was j recognized i as  fite fl��@i  '\l may he wrong,      ,  ,  hkijthallnot be so.wrong J_  tfisto fail to say , |  whatTtelieve to be right.'   John Atkins  ue West  (Gennermtimti  (Delhi News-Record)  informal discussion out of which gm\ys ^motibri  that  tome aitiori  be taken.  This bcthod  of  h; indii ig * bus ness by discussion fMlow6dzhyba the   pi-esent   generatoin  motion is a < irecti reversal of correct procedure,    young]'people   is   tiie  best  ;akd,/morc thin anything else, tends! to waste tifne generation iin history. To wl-at  aid cphfusei the business. Membe;  ' themselves  rot. to discuss  businlss withou| a  motiou -, ��� ,, - 7 ' ;. 7       ��� -o -���   |L  A- motif n merely brings before the meetjjjig  al suggested1 course of: action. Thelmeetihg is free  itb rejict as veil as approve a motion;, or delay  deciding [upon it, or to make changes in itfiby  amen Intent  ' 'he. following is the correct i>rder�� and ttkh  hique  Otia Burnet^ Grade 4  l|tUer(ti'ig. litterbug,  oiL ...  y ju know why.'  |f-|o;  li's b:cJiuse you're dprtyi  say.  ty you cat  Jen you cat  The : craps go on tljie street,  you lojn't put it in }he garbage  ,:*^' b-J_        '     :-���  b  ��j(otMciuzcrts dd    %.    7-  tr*t:*r  and eat.  tike  of. No. ioju put it in dur forests,  should trfiin generation  is  this  reference*-  snouiu nf,i     To the ^resent gener^tjon and  h'y Judge 'C. L. Austen | of  Wellingjton Juvenile and Fajm-  ily Court. For a man who  must bib dealing with the least  favourable  aspect pf the j si  1   this   is   a   profound  and moving statement.  .".':V*  >;-.vs*v  &  |    -. "v moti  is seconded  in is offered (I move  but  both  i  \vr  tlhout  i me has had  a necessity jand purchased,  t lotion. * At j jthe ��� lastbmeeting ja complaint -was-  rigistered- regarding." tht; cdnditior, of thej open  c itch and^ sanitation reports were requested, but  -��� dthout any motion.      [ j ;;  j     The motion is, the basis of all meeting proee-  -illure. Nq discussi6n\is in order until a mctioijr is  hbfoire the meeting.. In ligractKe It is 'often Ithje  <:ase that some busirtessbis advar ^Jed, which :njo  time to thtfijk about]. T hen thelfe is! ajn  . , .) A motion  I second . . .I) The bhair states the  moticjn (It his been moved and seconded that j..)  The chair opens.the question to [lebate. After a  discu ��sioa jp iriod, the chair puts the questioji to  a vot s.  I '���>" ' i' ' d '���! ������ I . ���-. -r-    ���"..-"      '    ,.   . '  THIS piece,is addressed jmaijuy  smoke-band to any adultk  Reading over, 'heir ihdulder.  It has a! single message: Friend, you're being  o teen-agers who  who might be  exploited-In | the language of old  sucker!  Exploited?" Surei*th(ji;tobace^ eoTnpanies have   ,used  Broadway, Hello  puffirig awa  ^.prgaiiizatton in the dist  y facil tated, better oEganizei  woulcjl enow what they were  ,-i  We i 6\ not like it hut do you?  So iijiiirbug. liueihlug,  jShi  laneon vou.'  Thi Pony  iy Clare Haggle, Grade 6  k fc-i  vuation.  1 sav  and | so  to deal  So much emphasis  many headlines seem  with what has become a ,po  pular phrase, "juvenile delinquency," that it is easy to become somewhat confused I by  the actual circumstances, i  The *; statement    of   Judge  jAusten, .is"one  which  should  share : equal,     nay     greater  iheadlines than  those   of Ithe  The chhirman of any meetiijg should insist delinquency   theory.  The  lat  hat tmotlicn be made before, an;'-one begin:}  eba e. If! tiis were carried out fhe business  Not  And  ic't   would  Eyeri some liquor riompanies urtee,0!^  modttration fin their ads. Ever see  urgir g moderation?  be  Andjyau vfi-suc  tb 1  bc^-itryTngJtb.gebyou tdisraote  eumbed. . '���X'VfZ^ZZ  T       Now.���Uii cp��mpai��i��js1i^ein Jo be acquiring  ���'morals*'' In a recent statemerit G eorge" V.' Alle:n,  president .oi" the Tobacco Instftiijtc, paid}  dtistry's position is that k'smoking  !be something to thinkaboiit.  is a cu:  the in-  torn for  s .magazine for  adults.*' That's recent.  '^Because -herlls-IS? l^st :mohtri  hot rodders, the young enthusiast* who build up,  beef up, paint uphold itito^qbile'> Most.kids can  drive at 16. Hot"rbdde.fS" ediiile i i sizes 14-year-  old and up. On ithe bajckpf this-magazine ! is a  cigarette" ad. .*TJaiTyou'^-,feMoiw's'm tyt  20, or 16.-To wfipm do you think this advertisement is addressed? You answer, i  These ,^ea^le4]iayc;-feen tryjngr to fastcjn  a* habit ori"you.~*Ahd niiilions-of-youj&ye be^n  lapping it up! " '".��� . ! "'-.b ' j - ' '  q Just now, six major {cigarette tiianu tactureirs  "have met and issued a statement that "it is not the  intent of the industry to promote or encourage  smoking among youth/' They said that pefsops  featured in advertising! "should- be, and slioujld  appear to be, adults."   \.            j-         *       j j  ' Senator MaurineuNeuberger pf Oregon, ws  bringing out, a booll on smoking this fall, j calls  this a modest action. Slie says that "the l;w cjoi^its  are .moving inexorably (toward cigarette inanulac-  ttfrer liability to lung cancer victilms" anc sees jthe  time when the industry! Will have to issue] freque|it  warnings to its customers, to avoid lawsujits. !  - Last month Canadian tobacco manufacturers  Ctinad  tY showing intheOlyinpics ought;  a cigarettei  j0 fer ms(kes much more sensa  -riftional iand   provocative   mat  ierial than the serious and  Idicated    efforts    which  and the ni^p-1| typfcali of   so  many  of  loing.  colle,  j pre^enVday youth.  High, schools  and  ild little ponyohS day  lie s&mcd to jlook sb !  onely'   '���        j '   ';  ike most ponbs, fresh and-*  ���������ay.  I knew he w^��s meant for  me only.  He i^iis standing ihereisOj quiet  nd still   . . j j..  de-;  are  our.  ad  jjia-  ^itrinaferltes *"e fuU to - ��vertidwing-  . on tftj/c    with    eager    and    ambitipus  ^jrouth   making  tul'cst  use   of  facilities   available,   and,  indeed,      challenging      meir  B muuui����v"-     ��� r  i   seniors to provide them wiith  These companies will have a rising public| dppdrtunities worthy of their  health condern ^o deal with! Ydu've got oWw capabilities. Thus we see Uie  yourself to handle. Going to continue-to be mis-' schools and umyersities cdn-,  **      " r e>        ..:       t i r ,   stantly enlarging and the flow  of top flight1 graduates'becoming greater and greater. This"  is not typical, of a generation  of del'mquehis and regenerates, but it is typical of the  vast majority of today's  future, generation..  Taking an objective and ra-  tiohal   view  of  the  situation  bothered \br\it is a firmvanid sound founda-  Scripture i^iy}" tio.n for a future,which prom-  me\ ises    great   things    for - the  Maiaaaee ^: J^sssajSes  e  AS  grea  "Most people  ilwte passages  do not understand; but  a  i           He seemed to he Idoking at me.  ,1 wio'ed to ridej ijiim lover lha  liill,  Thei! he gallope,fl towards' mo  you see.  "Now my pony md I are the  closest of friends  He's never lonely as before.  And that's how my story must  lend, ) 7  With the pony j hot- wild anymore, i       -11.  Bill Gro^an's  Goat . b   n  By JKathy de K.!ecr7 Gr^de/ 4  BillviGrogan's goat was feciing  7fine,  Atel three rc]l shirts; from off  k the line  Bill; took a  7 whack  And tied hiih to the railroad1  4-  slick, gave him a  track.  that  tatipn  that  will  even  Got  I do understand"  \ Boy Scout,' 1 displayed the famoi  %vhich t ears the motto "Be Prepanfd"  wisdonj.  A  wjs>e  life  we  one  Wc pre  hut hat  know "we  to die!  .�����-. ��� ..*  1*. *.-.���.����.  \ ���;><." i, v*^  fjl.aSS?-.  ���1*V.,(|.-!^'  5-fcrV"'*  ���."JU .���*�����<*'���  lySrJif-J"  l;-'^^i  \passages that bothkr me are ihd\i\ World of tomorrow,  and  the  Mark Twmi consequent    conclusion    that  I    the grave problems and heavy  ilis Scout Bad��t,; burdens   of   the   future .will  a motto Jf-meet  the  sprjt of capabilities  ; and  dedication  which  prom-  a; -       ^        .. .  .    J    ises practical solutions.   1  motonst  carries  a spare tire  and  tools!,     We  ^ find  nQ  tQtlson  tQ  he migHt be prepared. PThe departmem of trahspo|r- disagree   with   the   excellent  make: cdmpulsary certain life si ving equipme jt and factual assessment.. of to-  pcople night be prepared. We arc :onstantly faci-d day's youth by Judge Austen.  advice  and warnings  about  being prepared fit AU f^��* Tuinued and unbi^ed  unexpected   :ventualitieS, yet how many hee�� or hafl **����,    W,U    doubtless    feel  heard of God's warning, "��� Prepure to meet  Atn|bs4.:12. b  lare" for jpiassible tragedies af this tempoi|al  e wrer prepared for an eteirjal appointme|n|l  must keep? "���It is app >intcd unto men  but after thiji the judgemmt." Heb. 9:27;,  i���Rev. Walte ��� S. Ackroyd   M  Pender'Harbour Tabernalik THE task of calling .attention  - ' *iTr     to  matters -that  miight   be  ���������].,   rectified   if  Handout llioaglits  blew, \ the   train  The Whistle  drew nif h  Bill GroganY  die.  He gavi dm e coughs of awfli!  goat was sure to  likewise.  pain,  Coughed lip  1 flagged  Baseball  | By Bill  I hit thc ba  And waichci  The  tciicher  broke  And 1 woulc  the shirts and  the train.  ^  (Lucknow Sentinel)  Hobid^i. Gtade 4  la mighty jswhit  it sail: away -L_  said thsj; Window  have to pay.  comther-  .-;In: Ivjay  Teachers  ^eepJage.r  is    '"  ���-s ��  \. ,���  I:  announced .they, would not.run cigarette  cials on radio or television.before 9 pxa.  the National Congress of Parents and  voted to | step tip;1 its campaign against  smoking. ,The. Aiitericjn Cancer Society  similar action. In some* high schools, clubs!, and  groups have been formed to discourage {srn6k,ing.  People arc waking up, you see. .   I    -   ]  "What gave you the idea, first of all, that itj  was hep ahd sophisticated to smoke? |Maybe it!  Was the example .of your parents. Maybe others  in the crowd smoke. .Maybe you're just showing  your freedom frorri society, or from parental, discipline. But you're being exploited, just jthe 'same;  Sihokingvisn't going j(o.dOj you any gpodi And  there's very strong physical) evidence that iit��dpes  you harm. That isn't scare talk, it's common  sense, like telling" ydujnot to drink DDT.'  .     Why   do   the   congress  of TPatents  Teachers, "and- other grdupSj not want you  smoke?(2��ecause they'd like to have yon growl u;  strong and purc? menitally- and^^ ^jhygcally,     -i  - Is abstirierice a Worthy objectfve? Think it  over. And think of allj those ads picturing "young  people and athletes tjhd youth's folk heroes] all  by (Ben Buzxouejhs  M THANKFUL FOR YOU"1  pn  ho >es abh  hi  YQURS is ja magic power ��� yours is ja  so is ii any wonder ��� I need yo|i,  moments ir your embrace, dear ���  and for a smile from your lips  ite  always lind  Sir  res 1 peace of .mind���<ach night I say  for moi ients spent with you  coines and joes ��� oar love stays cvei  wi ih every year that  nsw.  a��- (��>m  ght  given   a;  bit   of  puhlicity is not the sole responsibility  of  the  newspaper  in a community.      ���      |  Improvements and changes  for the good of the community as. a whole should properly  be shared by all citizens ol  the town and the district. A  first' responsibi-  The Clown-  By Linda-Parr-Pcarsbn, Grade 5  I lovefto watch a fiinny clown,  Even when he starts to frown,  For that's p irt of his job  To entertair  He h^s a ve  He even' hu  I know io n  For there i  town.  gentl^louch  oh so much  arji trips to paradise  11 would pay any newspaper's  hcjwcver rough'the journey���*four understanding Uly is^J^<>rm- Any new_ M  wa^s - fib life with tender meaning - keeping my S��s^ tdlSllt ^^^^^^  a^e ^ your,faith in me �� woiderful--through serve  its  commtmilv in   .-.n^  ��� through serve its community m  ami*  - strength to proceed onward ��� toward good, cause,   but  it ��� has !  dod f or thought  ;Marri ^resembles a paij?bf shears; soijouwd that  y\*canntrt.be separated; often rawing in opposite  yet always punishing anyo ie who cames be-  the  a prayer of thanks right to. expect' that reader?  who wish to express their  views on controversial matters avail themselves of the  press by taking the trouble to  write a / letter.    *"���  There are those who would  like to. see, and seemingly  expect, a publisher to go to  batlfor them, to air what may  be nothing more than a personal peeve or-prejudice.  Newspapers are not policemen. Betterment of the community is everybody's business,    not    the    newspaper's  a noisy mob.  y funny face.  . a funny pace,  uch "about a clown.;  . one now in our  ���Sydney Smith alone.  Publishi :d Wednesdays  a: Sechelt: ,,;,,  on_B.C."s Sunshine <"*oasts  byb/;J'   '-���  -  Sechelt PetyinsuiaTtmes Ltd.  Box 381-Sechelt, B.C.  Serving tiie area from  Port Mellon to fgmont  (Howe Soundfio Jervix Inlet)  Joan Donley'��Editor  S. B. Atsgdrd, Publisher  r ���!���".-  Sub$cnption Rates:  (in Advance)  I Yerar, S5 - 2 Years, $9  3 Years $13  . US: and Foreign $S.S0 .  ���*���*~*mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmM~mmm0��  X  I  :  -  ,-' !  ,4  vmmmmmsm <�����'  MORE ABOUT ...     >  Garbage sites  front page I���  posal is more important, than  worry over voting privileges.  . F.    Wyngaert    pointed    out  there fcould be some  expenses   incurred,   and   asked   the  meeting to set a $5.00- donation  from  each  organization.  On motion of G. E. Hill and  L. A. Fraser, the meeting decided tp.jtsk each organization"  to   volunteer   a   donation   of\  " that amount toward expenses.!  J.   Graves,   Halfmoon   Bay  Improvement      *A s s ociatian,  read a letter from that body  endorsing the steps being ta- v  ken, and  a cheque  for $5.00 *  was enclosed.  Wyngaert . explained     the  .'������.. government   would   heed   to  know legal description of area  to  be  served,  number' of.  sites - proposed,    number - of 1  homes..and business "establish-"  .ments in area, number of inhabitants,   the   probable   cost  of collecting,- and cost of access and jnaintenance.  MacDonald said a letter he  had received from the department indicated that with that  information in hand, the de-  ' partment would then be able  to.tell the board if it considered the service economically"  feasible for the area. He  thought five sites at least  would be needed- :'  ~7* MacDonald and other, local  government- personnel knew-  of 4 sites and already had re-,  ports on over burden and road  access. Don Caldwell, Sechelt ���;"  . Rod and Gun Club, said the.  six man committee would cer-.  tainly receive assistance from  others in- the areaband they  did know their own areas  welL  HAT CONTROL  R. M. Thompson, Selma.  Fark.~3sked "��if" the plan.pro-1  posed would include proper?  control of-sites to .-prevent, in-!  discriminate } dumping _o n;  roads to sitejs, also rat infestation.        -    j  - MacDonald said^ifv was so  intended, an��jl with proper over burden and collection system, there would also be annual inspection back-filling,  burning", and rat contioL    "*T^  - Larson asked if a plebiscite  ; would .be  required.  He  was  told: the department with aH  information in hand, could decide, a legal notice is^ news-  b papers,-7 embodying the details, would be all that Was  required,:  Bracewell  and  Larson  put  \    a  motion  all organization "be  informed  of action taken-by  this meeting and ask for endorsement of that-action. 7  MacDonald asked the six- -  man f- committee fo meet with.  him 1 after adjournment of  meeting, to decide when they  should inspect sites, ai\d_��o  into other details as required  to complete  their  task.  ���^CORPORATION      *  INCORPORATE   SMALL   AR  After   adjournment,   Fraser  read   a   letter   from.   Deputy  Minister  of Municipalities  in  7 reply to one he had written  as a private citizen, inquiring  as to the feasibility of Sechelt  incorporating Selma Park:  Improvement District^ into the  village. The letter stated the"  deputy minister could see not  particular advantage to Selma  Park,   as   the   place   already  had fire protection and Istreet  lights.  Sechelt  being  a tcompact area was inexpensive to  ���   run and Selma Park was two  miles away.  7 .  The department suggested  as ah alternative a ^municip-  ality incorporating 1 all the  small fueas oa peninsula and  �� encompassing the village of  Sechelt.  Truth      and      unvarnished  frankness are not always the  i   same things.  The Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wed., March 11,1964 Page 5  \ .      " -, ���By Rey Nestmor.  VILLAGE Councillor .Frank Parker was quite -surprised-to  find his cer gooe.when he get "cat of the Jest cornel  meeting to go home" Evidently he thought his ch'ldren -bed  put the '64 plates on his cer end they thought.he hod,put  them cr- Seems rather iron *���"  i Accident ;  THSCAR belonging, to Mrs. L. Braistad rolled over, at; the  corner of the Leek Rood .and the Highway 101 on  March 6. Mrs. Brakstad is in hospital and her condition is  reported as good.   - - * .   -        \r  At Roberts Creek * . .  OESj "handarrga  to liye entertainment  ^that. he should- be sitting with  piies_of plates in. the village  office and forget to put h^  own on. Gee Frank! I hope  you don't do the same thing  on the council- ��'  PLEASE LADY!  ID RATHER DO IT MYSELF  My pet peeve for this week  is coffee- shep waitresses who  pat the cream in your coffee  . and drop two cubes of sugar  on. the edge of your saucer.  What is this, the latest measure of -their austerity program? Maybe it's just that I  have a sweet tooth and like a  littie  extra  mSk.  in  my  cof-  -fee. although I don't think  I am alone in this boat.  FUHTHKH  OK .ZO_��_KG  Clarence "Joe was heard to  say.   "let   them,  zone   it   any  By Charles R. Gregory  I DID not look in a dictionary to find the.rneching of'Fan-   ��� *-    ���   -  donga Instecd I visited the-Rofaerts Creek:Community - ���* tfce5r..1f��ei= rf ��* r^XX^  u  if      - r a    j                -         r- l             i��     j_            -   _a    i    ''  *"*  ***lli  change  li rfj-ter.  Hall on Saturday evening, February 29, when a cast ot   .^    ^^     accdnUng    to  over 60 enthusiastic amateurs; sponsored by the Order qf  the Eastern Star, entertained a capacity house*. - _ -      j. "  mw:  w !   Mvlroie.^   Worthy.    ' '��� ' 7 7 . .-. " r��� -^^  Mrs. H-| Mylroie^ Wortlry  Matron, OES was introduced  by Master of CCTemoriipy Bob  Cumraings-j She thanked all  who had given of then* time  and. talents- io; pot on. the "  show, and ialso the large audience who! were contributing  to the Hosbltal .Fund. Special  mention -was made of the  valuable "assistance given by  the Community .Hall committee. :   ���;.:--.'-"*"  After the formalities were  over, I settled down to watch  Fandango, a taste of -variety,*  vaudeville j and grand opera^  written^ produced - and direc--  ted- by Gvj'en" MacKenzie and  "Madge" Newman. -   ^l?"5" -  The story was of four charladies, the TWpodoroas./played by Bessie. Clark. Phyllis  Gibson, G^ren MacKenrie and  Madge Newman. = with a vivacious Bubbles McGlnty pla-  .yed by vTona Beemaa. setting  out in a small boat to achieve  their ambitions. Congratulations; Tripodorous on a masterful  performance.  The Grand Opera. II Ad-  A,-ertiso, was indeed originaL  All the dialogue and lyrics  were nasjies of commodities  usually Mentioned in radio  and-TV commercials. Thean-  giag of many well known op- ,  -era tunes (was excellent. This  group could well be the foundation of) a Sunshine Coast  Operatic Society. --__-"__  - The second opera was EI  Toreador, j a pantomime bull  flight with, many lovely .sen-  i'-oritas '-. -as spectators.; The  dance. - Fandango.* was extremely well! done. Special congratulations to choreographer,  Mavis '.Christmas.  Opera casts, were: "II Advertise: producer. Bob Cumming;  Bud Blatchford. May Blatchford. Helen Weinhandle. Mavis Christmas. Jack Inglish,  and Jack Fleming.  El fToreador: Jack Ihglis  Harry; Mylroie. Bud Blatchford and; th* Senpritas.  Dance 1 Fandango: " Mavis  Christmasi Korie .Martin,  Ruth Harrison, Helen Wein-  handl, "Virginia Murdoch. Diane Laird, Evelyn. BerdahL  Jean Eldre<L Lynn Bloingren,  Jackie Burnett, May Blatchford and ;Kay Franske. Chor-  eographer| Mavis Chrikmas-  Orchestra: Mrs. "Hr Evans.  Mrs. H. Galliford, Mrs!' N. Rudolph, Tom Morrison, Jack  Fleming���and. Bob Keeley;  Between! scenes there was a  variety of turns. .D^ane Laird,  Virginia Murdoch.! Bill Scott  and Harry Robertson performed two dances.  5 -_   '_    -  The Port Mellon", singers,  directed by. Mrs. E. Sherman,  sang" two groups? of songs.  Their performance was cocir  mendable. I  Holga Connor showed he-  agility  in  a. solo, act  as  the  Volga Woe - Marr. She -^ave  the T^podorous a. welccai* to  Russia. !      _���-���     :  7  - Vma Brfyman, Retta \Si*:-  ler,y HUda D^eenheerband-  Florence De Ancetis���-1 tinui  as* the Earwigs, mimed -tot- a  Beages���tune." They, haif |- the  males in the andamoe sereseti-:  ing and swoonfng and itjjwas  not i until the *Tiipo*__rcai5-as-  ed earwig repellent  thatlthey  left the stages        __t  " The -,welt-known i *0*i|-tae  Road to Mandalay*-was {sting  by Fred ,Mason. ���.,-.     .."  b-  Gladys Clarfrf. May Blatcii-  ' ford*."-Tom Morrison andlBud    n oe pwsstiHc uj ^u.. ��. ��   Blatdiford sang several | folkrover stencft  and  keep  our  The  Clarence, are going to have  a very "histerical year."  -There- naryr be mere truth in  your wiuug cfsoicer of words  thaa: yoc think Clarence.   ���-  ALEUWET: ~   i '" .  People who have to wait  for the bus in: GibstHss^ ��� uat-  ftHtunately* have to stand in  the rain, or go across the  street and wait- in the laundromat. \ ~  One~"poor woman who was  trying to keep her new coiffure dry, rushed into the  .laundromat: to wait, and missed the bus. It cost her s couple of bucks to.hire a taxi  .and catch up to the bus af  -the-top- -of ti��e hill. Wcdda't  it be possible to put a cover  songs.  Bernise- Reedy dressed :��sr ani  Indian maiden aMy sans that  Brian Swansea ent��t_ined  masterfully on the. accordion.  Despite: soffife^erificsmf this  was a wonderful evening's en-^  tertainm��5t. Congratulations  to all concen^d. j  The area is in need 4ft an  audftorium with suitable fstage  facilities- The 1 participai^s in  this pjroductKan were .hampered by'the "inadequate iig|-ting.  no suitable dressing rooms.  not wings.jind back: stage] area.  -A esitenpial isroject -witfE the  joint participation Of aHfenun-  icipalitiesl with the end re^.  suit being an. "audiioridxf^. including an ice rink* wosfid fae  a " worthwhile effert. |Kiere  are several Se%-it��lCIul^ who  would support thi* witit vig-  ouri- _-."""        *_  * I! am looking Xbrarard to  your next production I in a  months time. I  beautiful song. The Indian  Love Call'.     "-.    --  good people dry and protected- fiviair the jwind?  MIHOJSS fOm "LIQUOR  The'courts these days seenz  to be hearuig more and n-.-xe  of ju*.-?irJes and miners '*�� s  hqticr. Last ^,-eek in' court ut  Serhelt. Kfagistrate 3ohnsK,n *  heard several different casts  and I feci sure he far or.j-  would like to see an answtr  to this" profeletr.. Co��id it be  that'we are lea^-Eig. liquor Tn  too -ccnvc-cient places for the  teenagers, or is - ;t-r mat o*J" "  liquor laws  need   revamping"? .  I "feel that our liws are" far  outzioded and the obvious s^t-  swer to thzs  is to Jo.wer the    .  restrictions   en   minors    aon- -  sumiRg  liquor.   Llqaar  wau.d  no longer be" the'"status syttt-  bol" that It- is now. Teeti^ers  cotild   be   taught..that   liquor  can he a form of sdciai reLot-   .  atfan. taken: in. moderation. .  As long as it is* restr*c*u-d  the wav it is now" we can  expect trouble. ' Tiuce" these  restrictions away.and it wi>l-  no longer be-"*TF"ke Thir^ To  Do-**- - . "     .  jtsmosL koottty: TEASfc b"bb  !   JKldle.-.tzaveUaas en ihe fc-  . xy- this week.' I <SwukL cast faetp   -  .outinooce the* ynxmg. --fellows; -  and! the   terrific Itiine   they...  ..were-   having..   Loocdne..   four .  \garaes--straight, didi't seons to-..--  -.han*ps-*their.^Aa*f tuxf. zTheyi  - vere having a tfai;;___!, wtet���,  with smoking cfeass and pla- -  - "yiag" poker, all |n igood dean  . fua-fof course. . | - v  .1 ;siust. say  niy iiood- soea "  " changed .whea, | Ihad to wait  a half hour to gftt through the  toll" booth. Some" 7|jeople"- had .  :. to waft., tonger jhaifc~l--*s4 CH  be% <hey were-'4Bn��!_d_c-"uo-_r'*<  - "the; collar. f -Jr.    - "-.-    .:,  ���niyr-or the weak -^  Drive carefulty. {the car ycu  drtre may ce ybffi own. Sosr.e -  Day! ���:   , II-  r'*-3.  ;r:*s  USE  -TIKES I CXASSTTIEP"  .:} SECHELT KIHMETTES  Spring Fashion Show  ~i ' ~_-!-'"fl '-  Mafch 20tii~-(8KI0 f_��^--."  *':"'��� Sechelt Lejjpon Hall   j   f -  Admission  $1.00 !    ! -  - sit  Fo^-ions. by ^The Tb^ery"!   \-  ; Jeweliry by "Chris's Jeweller^' |  PROFITS TO HOSPITAL 4*WO  Refreshments" 1 bf>��or Prize  This Ad Sponsored by "r*Aprcans Men's fNear'  zt 1 i  --I  ���i  l!  ECHEIT ��IR r-IEWEl  ^PORPOISE PAY   (Sechelt) P^-^  Afi* dmst��? & Aircraft Mas|stesiaM|^  Fishing,  Hunting  Freight  Mr Taxi  eontract Fl^ing-  Sightseeinff Tours  t - - | ���-   t  Timber Vruising  |       # *      f *  AirAmbiildnce  -:t _  r  .'4  ���t  "X  -1  I          C. B. SICOTTE I       The   Port   Mellon" singers, I - Air  itut  -     BULLDOZING SERVICE   7 directed by Mrs. E. Sherman, 1 ]���.                              "   -   - '                          .         -"     t       * --!-'��� . >t *^  Land Clearing - Excavating"*' sangr two    groups: of    songs. I "        - -   f ' f    f     - " I1 ��  and Rood BaiWtag Their  performance was  conir I PHCME" SECHELT SS5-S50O   AHD   BOOK FU��HT 1 'i  fREE ESTlMATtS mendable.                                   * I -- '   --    I {���*   i j j  Phone 886-2357     ' Holga  Connor  showed  her | . -       .              f . j   .' ^ "1 ^  �����   hiimii ��� 11 ii i j ,ii ii     ii u   i   m i ii ill iiijii . ��� i   m     iii ii. ����������������� pjjMj���pi   ii ii u   mhuw ii i iiiiii ip w ���  n iii]imi��.ii�� 11 n nt >i nn'ii. Main u iniiawKH mm miumnai i., ....i., i.i,��.��a;/' ���ter ~  Poge 6 The Stechelt Peninsula Tlmes, >*/��-.# JVjjlorch 11  Shell collection  Local  man  marine wonaerian  prints  l;<d'  d  Gowei  ipnsijr  shou  CHARLIE BEDFORD of Robert; Creek, formerly of  Point, has one of the be'si private shel) collect  the world. Anybody who can get to see this cdl lection  do sd. Gharlfe is more than wjl i'hg to show his renmirkab  collection "to j anybody  who is '. J.  interested and to explain the  unusual and little known alisplay he has are the sKaij"i>  factsl^abdut the various sea 7;hewing parts of a teredo thi1  creatures,- esaeciallyf thdse in resemble 7 posjt hole augi--  d&r local walers!      b ,     rarts. aridfthe featherj  pallet;  /.v.   v       ��.-i��j   alj���   u���u��,���   -'hat resiiihble miniature vert  Charlie^ stirted Jns   hobby,   ib ^ th&        do   -J  several years ago When he re- j      the r entrance   of   it  tired .to WhikRock where he SJo%Wfi��F% Chal  Ilu-d   a; small stored Busme^ f^,. ^^ Vurro^s  U, g  wate slow* so-,he sperit a lot of . >      d             g   d^JV   ��U  tunfe^ .the sunon -fee beach.- ��� v^nich i^iS   . T      T  One,  day   h$  spotted  a-, clam?-  ' "      M  wiih   a   deformed   shell; and  HLi *'  that was the start ''.df his interest in shells. He i still has  that deformed she'll. J  Charlie dbes not have degrees in zoology or Sny other  olcjgy, however it would be  diijrieultr to find a better informed person in his, particular line.      ,  ��� lie hai? ani extensive library  on shells and sed life and is  well acquainted with every  facet of I this particular phase-  of .marine life. 'Charliel is -one  of the only .three British Columbia members of thi American i Malacological jUhion,  ���Oddly' <?houg|i", anothej ijofj the  three, (Mrs. Lela - Griffiths,  lives" at Egmont. ]  As well as his library. Char*  lie proudly displays a "ramcdj  hand ^engraved set of |: diagrams of molusca. This bare item is better .than any of the  'inodenttprodUctions .aifcClwas  picked Up in a second hand  Si    * *"   - V- *   -*" 4**��* /' 'f'     j/  i  Charlie    phowed    line  shock   Jibso^bers   out   of  jhinge oil the horse clam she!  the pale blue and- blaik Katb-  arina chiton ipronounred kitjs  oh) shell secc lid largest of th  chitons, wilier, abound at E^  mont;  the" ti as  worr i whiC l  grows sb'uridmtly in pollute  waters; and 'Pacific- smd dollars wiih the star-liki! central  design   iff ct nter bac ause 0. e  specific gravy of tie water  is""less here tnjan on tie Atlar.-.  tic- coa:;t whjere the star-life e  design  s centered beiause tie  greater   salinity   causes   then  to lie   Hat s) ttey sjre una  fected by ipiir rents  ��ne of Ch i,rlie's m >st star t-  linig finds, wis the ISrachrot>-  oda or lamp shell which eoi-  chologi:its had long c >nsideri d  extinct. Hi} found a a exte i-  sive 3e posit of these on Fra l-  cis Peninsula.  Store for - $3.50.  It Wa  :hook which .had been.  in a  bought  tor a prize for. the Clerigy Orphan Schbol, .St�� John'sj Wood,  England,    sometime  <��� in; v; the  $8Qiysh\^u .i/:;,..'..-; ,,-.'"  XZThehe'~is^everything h" this  'shell collection from Ifhillip-  ihe  cone  shell  whose  inhabitants secrete a venom Similar  kill   a  to-snakes which   can  man in six hours, to thi*: horn  coral  fromi Egmont  alnd the   ��ee   all   these   wond  ��: *':���   '  i-b. '-  ��� ���-i. '  Charlie has! showed his .collection in some of ths schools  in the district and is always  willing to display and expla n  them whenever and where r-  er requested j However, he is  a pensioner so' any ^roup wi  shing to see .ijiis wond ~rful- cc l-  lection must j make t ie trap %-  pprtation injangemerts. An?  body who pijs the oppartuni y  to see this should not miss t.  One cquld h^rd;y wi it to g jt  to the beachjon a low tide jto  mushroom coral from P fcairri  Island in the south- seas.'  Herhas one display fc ise of  crabs which! -he has painstakingly jprepaited-by gentpi* prying off the 'carapace^ clianiug  oub^the  pulp,   then   scalong  ^  them  in  a  weak  soluripn  of  **' formaldehyde.  The  crabs  are  j then wired to dry in tpn proper' position,- and finallk* spra-  _ yed   Kith   a   plastic   solution.  Th^j* lowly, sea   urchui! becomes*! an jexhibit* of ! beauty  and interesii when Chajrlie has  / finished wijrh it.- He 'sh owed  me ^Aristotle's lantern, j aotual-  Jy   the   bony   mouthpar s   bf  ��� ^be sea urchin, upW \irhich  Aristotle's rwas supp<iise j ' to  have designed a lantern This  : small round nub thas fO mov-  in** parts and these jciftarlie  h(iis   dissected   and   cart fully  ^ mounted on a tongue (de pres?  sor for easy viewing.  *; Another   -tongue"   depriessor  new e2'es,1a4 a resu t of ses-  ing. Cliarlie'i wonderful cqI-  lection.  ers   wii  ��� i"'  :f  ?  PART of Charlie  bronze meda  Shell Collection  Jedford's; shell collection for which he hcjs won both o silver ond **}���  at the Pacific National Exhibition.  r ^*r f  COMPLETE FAMILY! ANp  PARTY MEALS TO| 50  Chili Con Came  . Italian Spaghetti  "   Phone 885-22b  OPEN   ~  "10 a.m. to t ��.rjt.  Closed Tuesday  CHARLH  'Kus  A tube ft  mented  BEDFQFD di|  ia and explirji  the ndutilus  Hjombers. Some  riH^siil^i  a cnamoered  is the principle of the  runs through the hole;  chemical ia the tube  ius frbm ^os^which dilates the tube, pi  submarine, water out of the shell. The  in the seg- releases the pressure, water  generates a goes.  jgs the holes, and forces the  ijautilus thus floats  When it  into the shell and down tt  \  '���li  I: I  The Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wed., March 11, 1964 Page J-  Sechelt ratepayers . . .    ���-���; ;  Restrictive coverienant  Causesi ^isagre^rre^t b b  SECHELT municipol ratepayers, formed last year to assist  taxpayers andLthe-vtllage council, discussed re-zoning  by-laws at their general meeting-on Wednesday. President'  ,|. M! R. Hayes stated Sechelt municipal proposed rezoning  by-laws   would   have   to,  be        7 ���������-���-=*������- - ���  |     -��  S     __  changed  but zoning is di��fJc~  ult to change. . 1  The plan was found and dis}  played 'to membersT and var?  ious 7- markings explained."  While this was in progress  three commissioners, Mrs.  Johnston. Bernel Gordon, and  Frank Parker arrived. |  Hayes welcomed them, and  asked them whether it. wa%  their intention to prepare **&���  ma��p showing zoning and7 rej-  zoning fort display before the  pub0c-3ieagrixig. so ratepayers  "could see the proposed chari-  Port Ar*\el(on|lNews  PORT MELLON and district community ossocict-.or. elected  "   " their 1964 slate of officers at their cnnucf meeting on  Mondcy. Elected were president,: Ray -McKay; vice-president, Gordon .Tcylor; Secretary, Jcniet Porker; "treasurer,  Frank-'"West:   H.S.P.   trustee:'  ���������-^ : ~��� '  Cyle   WHkie   and   S��m. Ri-i his  Tlhj birthday  oft Ted.  22.  2?^.-~Hlfs?esV�� ^"^    ^?~~ Thirteen   nfighbcrhood   chiTd--  Dooaic. Gladys Booth. Lscule -- ���.., helped him cc&bnrte. - - 7  TEEIT DAKCE  brought before a* public"^ap-  jeal board where individuals  could register their object-  i ins. "Proper - ��� planning is  r eeded, not piecemeal rezort-  iig,"   Hayes  said- .-,.-  It was revealed that the  provincial' town planner had  crawn up a sensib!eT conser-  \ative, orderly plan for a 25  5 ear growth of the village.  Mrs. T. Lamb and Mrs.- H.  Kelson requested the meet-  i ig obtain a copy of this plan.  It was mentioned Porpoise-  I lay Road had originally been  .'commercial, but was now re-  s dential, although one owner  vas in the process of attemp-"  t ng to have -his particular  property rezoned to residential-commercial.  Norm Watson, read restrict-*  ile covenant on Plan 7808,  owrie Street which is in  |irce ,until January L, 1369.  This covenant specifieds  t lat, property is ~ to be used  3r private one family dwel-  1 ngs cannot be re-zoned. for  commercial or industrial pur- .  j oses.  Mrs.  L^ A.  Fraser asked  if-  tliis   was    necessary   because  t icre were no more commer-"  rtal lots in Sechelt. -^  Norm Watson replied1 [^hat  t .ere wtre IS lots between  C owrie Street and the water-  font for commercial.        I'.���""  Lloyd  Fraser.said  appllcatV  ii>n for .building permits have,  to state for what  commercial  pjurpose. building intended.,    *-  } L.M.R.    Hayes,    Ratepayers  president, stated  that^the as-,  sociation   had "asked   the? village council that intention be^  stated~in the permit, and that  -stipulation be made that building  must  be  started  within  one   year,. and   be   used   for.  purpose stated.  : Fraser said.he had had no  objection to proposed commercial zoning, but now had  second thoughts, as an auto.,  wrecking I business could be  there, and! they "are usually  unsightly. jHc thought council  "must insist on .knowing the  specific purpose intended  when passing on building permits.  Norm Watson said the general procedure was for council to inquire, but it was not  -a hard and fast rule.  .Ben Lang, recording secretary, advised there are only  three types-of zoning in!village* residential, commercial,  and industrial. He could not  see where in the present zoning the residential-commercial type of building fitted in  although several e samples  were already in the village. -  Mrs. Harold Nelson pointed  out the area in which their  home is located also had " a  restrictive -.covenant, which  stated only one family dwelling, and no ,farm animals be  kept on the property.  W. J. Mayne said he understood Dick" Clayton had approached all owners on both  .sides of Cowrie Street, and  all had signified willingness  to have their residential proper-ties re-zoned to commerc-  -*iaL   Fraser    had    understood  . 4&^mmmrmmMMMtmmm  ���  RUG CLEANING  and DEfirlOTHING  Day or Evening Appointment  Done Right In Your  Own Home  RATES REASONABLE  For. Free Estimates ;...  Phone 836-9890  from Clayton it was only thel  south side to be commercial,  so   he put   a   motion  on  the -.  floor that  the association  inform "-.village*" council .it- was  only the south side of Cowrie "  Street to be changed to commerciaL " *      _  7 Hayes asked Fraser to" withdraw his  motion, "as  Clayton  had redeived only verbal approval from  the owners, and.  this association would have to  produce proof, if motion sent  ttaough.  . Mrs. T. Lamb again asked-  fdr the map or plan to be obtained. 7  ; .Lang said the village couit-  cil 7is  elected  by  ratepayers.  "and the! association should nor*  antagonise - them loo- much  just now. He-had been instru-:  mental in drawing up rough  plan. Which had looked perfect at that time, but times  had changed.^       ... .  Watson said if the north  side was re-zoned to commercial, " the~Jiomes would have  to be removed, and if a_com-  mercial lot is vacant you cannot put a home on it. Fraser  said that is to prevent slums.  Watson said his understanding  of the bylaw a& it was read at  council meeting, would "indicate the wording is such that  ^you cannot- up-grade property, only down grade it-  There was discussion as fo  whether he had the correct  interpretation,' and it was^de-  cided Hayes should attend  next council: meeting to find  out.   Hayes L also   said   these  - discussions? were . helpful*- to<  the executive, and asked any  members, who were able to  do so, to attend executive  meetings, as well as the general meeting?. These meetings  were to take place in future  .  ih   the   hospital   cottage,   and  notice Would be posted on biE  board outside of the' dates. " "*  Dan  Currie  put  motion^on  floor that- the association obtain copy of original. plan as  set   out   by   village.- planner  from Victoria. iang said, "we  ���-. have  copy; of Original  plan."  iHayes   said   a   plan   can   be  Morgan Thompson, corresponding secretary, asked if  all ratepayers could protest  against a particular re-zoning.  Or would ooisr" the specif ie  group affected fee heard       \ \  Mrs. Johnston said not necessarily aTspecific group. Far  ihstance one side of Porpoise  Bay Road is residential, ararir-  the other side'might be planned for motels^ but all home-,  owners could protest, if they  wished. "** {  Hayes asked is it policy to  zone vacant lofjj. as a projected plan.    ��� " -   - "I  Mrs. Jchnstcax said the -projected use on vacant block up  the street was. to accommodate  new firms coming into the  villager Hayes said that zoning had been objected to. add  the people would like a town,  plan.   . - - _     . I  . Mrs. Johnston said the vil-  : lage had an. attractive plan.*  but the ^development had not  been anticipated, and the  place had grown considerably.  Lang asked if the majority  of ratepayers ~-- and council  came up with a plan, would  the town planners "turn pt  down. . j  Mrs. Johnston replied, not  -necessarily, probabiy it'would  be receptive to a plan as expressed by the people. They  do go on public; bearings j=a  great deaL        - . I   .  Watson asked Mrs. Johnston  her; opinion of the restrictive  covenant as set out. Her reply  ' was that an agreement between, owners and seller can  be changed^ " "I  Bernel Gordon said he hid  checked with -the Land Registrar, who had said a covenant - takes precedence. Mrs.  Johnston said the_ Registrar  made a mistake. |  Hayes said a covenant |is  registered and cannot be broken. Lang said he did not  want council_to think the association was slamming them.  and thought council did I a  good job.        ...-'"."��� j  Mrs.-7JQhrir.on said she was  happy the ratepayers had formed   an   association   to   take  * an interest  in  the  affairs- lof  the-village,.  Mueller. Jim Swan. Ed Sherman.     Jack     Willis.. .Lome  Smith. Bill Sneddon: and" The i--Ecrt Melicr, Te<*n  sports representatives: Torn Tswn held a sucoes-'ul dance  Anderson- - ;        oa- Saturday.  Feb. 2*5   m  Xfe  Past president.7 Jack WUEs. Cor^iunity^Kall .��� r���  reported   a   satisfactory^ year.    BgxrjcSE TOTJRHET  .The-jProviace Brltire Tous-  aament held in the Port MeT*  Ion Community Kali Ma-dV 3  was well attended "ilr. ar-dr  Mrs. Morris . Hosflarid  first prize, '  wen:  Changing rooms at -Seaside  beach were practically rebuilt and will be completed  and painted within the. next  few weeksl -<Tsey welc��ne  Gibscns visitors7 to tiie beach).  " The association with volunteer help, "have .worked cs _ ,| _ : _  the ban field, and pledged DonS AnderSOn  S10GQ donations to Gihssjs DORIS Anderson. Ut�� of Pprt  Brothers' Memonai Park de- Mellon, passed awav rn Van-  veiepmetrt fund.This money, couveri Geaeral KcHip.tAL'Fch^  wfll be paid when certain. 2&. 1H4, Mrs. An#er��on wasr-  condiuons ha\-e been met. - ,. ^r^ jfi England aid 'came to  Donations to Kinsmen swim- Canaddr about cine! vmrs ako.  ming--classes * was    increased    Over "the past five? "yeare .she-  h^ SlOd to! "I1S0 in 1963.  Treasurer Frank West presented his audited financial  report and answered questions; pertaining to it. He suggested " a ��� ��� yearly amount  should be aced to the special  purpose fund w^ich is to be  used Jor  prcject.  the   1967   cenienrja  BIRTHDAY  Wesley    Whitty  celebrated  taught'-school   at "T^sada -Is-^   "  land.   jlrving*s   Lsndsr^    and  most ricentiy at Port MpII-v.  *  Mrs. ^ Andcrsc-c   it   <unvivcri  by her husband. -T?-r.._ ore*  son - Rtbert. ar.d r��=]*ti\es .zn  Er i*i.ii rtd        ---li -  "Funeral ����rvice*|wfre.-held  oa Wednesday, M4*cii 4." 136*-  in tht-l pqrt iiel!o��i Oanmna-  ity Chbrch, Port Mfilipa." with."   '  Rev. Ham*. offarLsiinf--Inter-^^ "  mer.*. in 'Sfaview $en*e|efy.:  *00^0l*W**WWt**>****^*0**i**00*  i*tm******t  j, in n<nfinr -c --���  We will be in tte Penier  Harbour Area March ib x  If you -require service, fitting}** or ��ikture��t  -    please phone collect SBS-9533  .V       WHITE OR COLORED"ftJUMBING  Plastic Pipe & Fittings ��� Steel Septic Tanks  Brass Pipe $t Fittings -- QUJ&urmr ^fetors  & Rings ��� CopperiPi|% Fitting^ *L   *  Maytag Appliances  Galvanized Pipe Rttings i* Water Pumps  b   We -thread  I��pe  FREE ESTIMATES b  PEHIHSOLA PLUMBING p.  GIBSONS ��� PM. 886-9S33  , : , ^   U  I-1 A-j  ���m 1963 Annual Report
H.I.Dj to hold genera
meet i ng s i nif ou r zones
SUNSHINE Coost Hospital Improvement District NcL 3JI wjiH
•hol*^ annual general meetings in the four zones ifrom
March 19-24. Their annual /eport for 1963 is rerj>rScluc|E d
,be'ow so ratepayers may attend'.heir meetings hpfoijmei.
Smter'the report; to* the rate-    '■■"bp":"--:—p-—:—*—! i -'..'
payers rendered by thef trUs- tha^ni four years old at "U^-it
teps of^Sunslune Coast. Hos- ti^ei were insufficient to h-
pital Improvement District ver the community's share >f
No. 31 for the year 1962 dor- the whoJe of the piarmeS cQ i
ing the 'generaT meeting held    struciion program. '
ih April'1963. further, substan- "     TK . .      ' ^   >
tlal prom in the. District's       ™*^|!??tfd JL "ftj
affqirs has-been achic&ed towards our *_aim of helping to
provide the' residents 'of the
area with a modern and well-
equipped hospital.'       j   %•
5*he*general meetings of" the
four zones filled the,.,'vacan-
_cie& ore the board, of. tfcustees,
whfcir-fbT' the- past "year, was
constituted \ as follows: 'J., £.
Parker, chairman, -tZone" r 3).;
F. West, sec.-treas. (Zone ,2);
M. J. McMillan, trustee, (Zone
1); .N. R.* McKibbin, trustee,
(Zone 2); F. W- Stenher. trustee.-(Zone 2);_H. B, Gordon-
trustee (Zone 3); W. B. Seou-|
lar, trustee1 (Zone 4*r.
TheYterms of office "of Messrs.' McMillan,.. McKibbin "and
ScquIoj -will*, have expired by,
meeting Unfevand the ratepayers"-^! "".tfie-'i"respective zones1
wiU"belfSked'to"hold the nec-
esshry-, elections--Co fill the Va-J
cancies.'-' -\tXX:..      - I
lOB*j"sawi* the-""actual start of
hdsprtab'v constru,ctidn., Much
planning'had to" be done'before this ['event could .take
place   including'  some   major
Hospital Society were {faded
with two alternatives: eithirr
to defer the whole project
Once more until sticr a tirrb,
.when after completion pf ail
the necessary procedures * a
new plebiscite could bej-held
and more funds be author':-
. ^ct—a most eostly-process involving the same -*d anger ; t-
gain that present;; day's esti-»
mates would provej once more
insufficient [at lhej time.'when
a new start".' could be mat*
or' otherwise to strip trfejbsirfc-
ijjinal iprogrdm^j>f.,.Ml, l.p3,rjs,\
wfficK* c'oufcf be "gonifdered
ast not immediately required'
for the operationTof ia modjern
and effidfeijt hOspiiai-t-sU *h
as the nu^se^' residence.; bl|a ;k
topping of rpads, lalndsiarii lg
of hospital grounds,' etc—a id
to concentrate all availalile
funds on thje hospirai ibujid-
ing proper and the^necjessai-y
equipment, 'leaving , th# ■■hist
for completiijm at a latejj- date.
While   the   hospital   ioepety
and the District were ta'1-
ed to adopt i the second
native,    using    all >. Ay
changes 4n] the original* build- money for the hospital, bui^d
ing^rograhv. The District -p^r- ing,   officials   of   the   BCHIS
ticip^ted'Jfully. .in all develop- L        *            4	
mentis in j,close ""co-operation
m<tl In-
alt;r-
hilhble
Bfiifcre "tenders could "be cal--
led^the trustees had*.fo,s6c-
ure^neJ"n&essary   fu"rrd¥^to"
covTBarrthe1" community's^Hare"
of "the iproject. -At, tintfeS this'
taslsFie* ""*'  ",—'•"*"'■ *-■«-
~ beclfi&e
cial cris,_,	
ly developed flate 1962 lasting
well into r 1963. However Ithe
trustees could advise the ratepayers in] the course of the
surnmer. 1963, ..that Commonwealth ' Trust ' Company of
Vancouver  and" its" president,
■- MA A^G'. Duncan-Crux, had
come to the*rescue- by taking
up' the full debenture issue of
$375,000 .at the-conditio'ns.stip-
ulated 'hy the^rovincial- Government, "conditions,- which
neither banks nor any investment" hptiSQB were willing to
accept. '-''-_     ; '"
- After the sale of the debenture^, was, completed the District ^concluded - ab long-term
agreement - with" Cornmdn-
wealth Trust Company, under
whlcjhith? rtrust company will
act as felgistrar - and itransfer-
agentbfol- the! debenture-JsSue
on IbehSlfbCsf Zihe Dbtrii#rdr»-
- der taking[MO keep; theltrans--
-fer'fbookstand orfierlviiedbSds,
take ; custody . of! • !rede,|n!ie.d
borMs and  <Sheelledr interest
' coupons for thK20 gears', till
4he;Tasti^^debghti&eSi wUL.h4v*e
matured>,*p!br   the&te   services
- the* D|sttlct his sygreed to p&y
an fahhual f^e of $475.^.     b7
Ip pasestbf any  doubts: sis'
to, tffe;duties of the"t^st com
* pai^y ^df1 of ^er7disputesi:^a
: bout  the  agreement, the:. D&
triqbwlfcfckturiate to.secure
'  the''serpc&!= of yMr. David!)*A.
• Lsrw^drib bsferister-at-law anc
seniors partner of the -.-law-time
of LawsbibJLundell, Lawson &
Mcintosh, Vancouver, B.C. tc
reikesehl the District. No iet
or retaiiier. howevef, is payable for this service until suet
a time las".ac.tual.,,action or
behalf 'Of the 'District.-' woulc
be required.'     ,-"
St,  Mary's'- Hospital  Societ
ty, once Advised that the Dis
* trict was j successful' in sellin
the   debentufiSi**?r;immediat{ *
called fob tendere::; When t
bids were-dpeaed-7-however ,it
was   obvious   that   the   funds
authorized by the ratepayei s
arid based on-esiimatesi-rmori
r
for
showed great reluctaacei to
approve the curtailed i] pr<t>g-r
ram, .the" HiSmourabb* Minister'
of Health ^erxices arid Hbs-
pital'JnsUrari'ce perscriatjy em-
;phasizing,thje need f<»r the, full
"program including a 'iiur^es*
residence,   i
ons be-
lospi lal
__ , meeiin?s W th
sponsible official^ of the
BCHIS a jcomprorri ise coi ild
be reached j based on Sectikm
10 of ,the District's letter-pfit-
ents, ijnder'which tie trustnes
are empa'Vered to n ake adii- ,
tional, borrbwmgs f*t capital
expenditure, as'^-torjg-- as the
combined ] rcquiremer ts for
servicing all borrowingst for
capital projects would' no t exceed 3 millk The BCHIS promised thaj if' the District
Would take immediat* jstbps
to provide} the' comr-iunity's
share for pall items deleted
from the original progiam and
nowvincorporated into capital
project 2, the Service woyl.d
give permiiision for a- start jof
the,.curtail'*d program; 1.
The truslees, thereto re j cont_
^cious of'tie urgent iieed for1
7k modern hospital and hot wi-
khing;* to bebheld"res!>onsible
• Jfor   an. irjdefinite   delays   of
■Iperh-ipsL niahy !years>; agreed
bto   thel hospital   sociey's  request and steps were taken to
• raise $38,900 additional funds,
| which  weije sett ^as the^, com
$2.00 per $1000  ass<(s%ed taxable "values.
Frbiin the finane
ment submitted'-to
pavers" tp«*«ther-::*with thi^ report it will belseeii that ths
District ende_d the yea»- 19'*-'*"
i"<<-h an operational deficit of
justt under $300, w lich. together' with th^ sufplus carried
fonvard from previ ous years,
will leave a deficit balance of
$134.02 in the accounts. {This
small deficit was < aused by
cprtain exoenses connected
with the debenture issue, but
is more than offset-by interest
earhed on the short term in-
' vestment of the proceeds from
the sale of, the debenture issue, which -will | be madei av:-
ailabte to the hbspial society
in monthlyT^ ptogiess payments as required. i
■^The -total of advances toi the
hospital society to Decemfep**:
T963, amounted^ to $64,p2t7.54.
Extraordinary income for the
yiiar was $4,060.10 interest received on depbsijted funds and
i$li6§9.58 ' extra0rd,inary ex-
i>eri^es for the -x^ost.df the: debenture issue! "7 ,
The annual report for 1963
rshpulrT not bo ;:end!<(d without
the trustees expressing onbei-
half of the ratepjyers their
gratitude to Commonwealth
Trust-Company; its president.
Mr. A. G. Duncan Crux, and
its; executive memler, Mr. B.
M.- filler,, for all the help
and consideration the District
received at a timej ©i a very
seriouis predicamer t. It was
this help," Which mide it possible [that the residents can
now look forward - o the time
when; there will be a modern
and Efficient t hospital available to them Ho ts ke care of
their -needs.
Also thanks:has to be expressed* to'St.7Maiy's Hospital Society, its boa:d of directors, the /members of the "hospital construction committee
and the hospital administrator
for their whole-hearted and
harmonious* cooperation, in, all
matters pertamihg to-hospUal-
construction. Spc > : cooperation- lohly: "makes', it.--possible
that,'public-funds are used in
the - best-way ani it is-the
finri conviction of the trustees
that .the'new hos|)ial will be
the very best, which can be
obtained for the rjaoney. available.
• 'The trustees aleii wish to re
"port to the ratepayers that the
District, as in years passed
by, has ag^in i-ec^ived* all
help, counsel anc encouragement from all officials of the
1 various' goyenim snt ' depart-
rnents-1heT)istrict had to deal
with   and   is: deealy  grateful
to these  officials
out _of their way
sistance to the D
services  are  high
ed
• who went
to be of as-
strici. Their
ly  apprecia-
capital
'ihunity's   Ishare
;, project No. 2.
b   A  by-law  has beeri passed
b to-trorrow the above si m from
the"--"* Provincial     Gjpyj a-Jiineiit
.; repayable over the-threej years
119847 19651 j 1986v The! BCHIS .
""iwhen Jnfdrmed jo£-"iliei Dist-
rict*s    ^ecilEionj;._ iiomediately.
•'gave" cdriseht for construction-
to begin and it is io{ed that
thirpjroject! wiH be completjed
in the latter part of 1964 including   everything   iificjarfKJtr-
pay-back
atedjnto  capital  project
The se-vicing of odr
yearf "debenture is iUe! for
terest and redernpti on and
of    the
at Iditi mal
base 1 on
Hhat I this
"hum for
oses  will
rate-of just undei
demand
borrowings for project No. _
require aft) annual tax! 11vy of
abodt ~|4l^000 for ,the next
'threit yeafs7 It is estimat
"    —jthe .19(3   la^cr
amount and" a
administrative
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School Bodrd
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offered as aditional options
.. "Is this .plan a stopgap measure, or will it satisfy 'our
needs for the immediate future?" enquired board chairman, Mrs. Murie I Ball.
Potter advised. if enrollment
is permitted to'go beyond 525,
classroom spate would have
to be enlarged and this could
be done by building an lin-
dustciaf wing an! I thus relea-
sinjg the library, j: wo home economic rooms* an occupational shop and a col:nmerce room,
as classroms, jjid retaihihg
the presently rjanned addi-
tln as an qccupat lohal area..
7 Horvath" sugg :sted Smith1,
should draw: up & floor plan
for a future incustfial wing.
Chaster suggest* 4. it should
be a two story ^biilding with
IA on the grou id floor and
Home  Economic   upstairs.
Leo Johnson brought attention to newly installed road
signs, "Do not pas's ""bus whe**n
red light flaslung," which
have been erect* d throughout
the district. He reported a
number of people had been
refportd to polic? for passing
a  stopped  bus.
A wreath*' will- be sent in
respect of Mrs. iluiderson, tea-
tax: ition    cher at Port Me
rhil s or   sed away over   he weekend.
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pf KANSAS J Times  "FEATU  The Secheit Pen. Times.  i . ::.:--.    ��� L        i u _ ,.  .'!�������� ~ * - i ���*"*"*'"' " I . .  ..  :-:������  ������;,:-  .. ���  ;������  .7 >  :���*.** ���*���;  - ���   -ji h  i* Z -  *x ���  L   *^,  /���  u w0   ���  v.*..  wy^^^  ���a:  I  ',-  '?.*i.  ��� ,i  ���  -J- "������  < "J  .  ���     a,;  -J-'. ���"  -���������������  >���' 1J  1  ���'���'.-���.  1  ���11"  /  ii��V  ���t    1-  '...���  i"-'. "  F  77ie READER'S RIGHT  I ��� Bf  The Times vfelcornes opinions frjom readers,  but does not ftecessarily agree with those expressed.  Brevity is o virtue which should not'be overlooked.  ���  All letters must be signed by the writer, tjlrhough a pen-njime  .   may be uted for publication.  Myih^aSeiX  F^itojr^ThefTim^s,  -   '��� 7  SIR���At <obe" time T   labored  under    the    obviously-mistaken   irnpressibn-ithat   when  '���adult! "spoke orfinding^abies  <in the cabhage patch or sunder  the gopscberry bush, they were  . dishing out so much eye-wash  because     they     didn't    hav��r  ; nfiar,- or maybe a lew^flying  : stork patrolling;the wpteirfront,  flight} how f feeFas  : as! theieacher who aslked it she  7 bejlieveN I in fairies. "< Jf. course  noitt"' shereplied fnt ignanjly,  ''Don't: be ridiculous!  The Strang student  quired iiowshe got to  Vancouver. ..\  So .Ij .too,   must  bjelieve.in  I ' ', '      ' ''-:  P�� 9e.10 The Secilelt Peninsulo Times, Wed:1, Mc rch 11, '64 4$2Q71500  faff  wwmi  Elphinstone student . . .  Yicki Lonneberg  bond in essay cohtest  wins      higb-enou$  I L*        . THIS   Government   ai  then in-  and from  *trs,  M. L. Lor\-  VlCKkLONNEB^RG, daughter of Mr. and M _ ^  neberg of West Sechelt, won a $50 bond1 one of the  Jo second prizik, in the Jack Scott Columnist for-a-day  tvJc  gumption enough to  tell  the , fairies, mermaids,; cabbage pat  kids the truth; or wh&i they    ches, ahd -money treijrs. In my  spoke  of- a money-treje,  they  ' really meant they weife short  of cash. These humbugs were  accepted ]in the spirit pf their  intention^ with, of course mental reservations. ;  But  now I" must entertain  ��� serious doubts.' These ideas I  considered  fantasies, fakes &  ���f rauds now appear to be sterling truths���all these 'years I  7',have been laboring uijider se-  i rious misapprehensions.  ;; Recently in police cpurt two  minors, in all seriousness,-as-  \ sured; :the   magistrate,    they  'FOUND their liquor,  '��� them found two .esses  new-fojund wisdom 1 solemnly  adcise the young people of this  area td avoid cabbage patches  and gooseberry^-hu >hes lest  they erjd up with juv* niles who  find liquor in ditches, in hollow trtfes, and on wh irves.  Thejf would do mi ch better  if they bought a pafch of land  and set out an oi chard of  money1 trees. If their have a  few ibpfe5?or cuttings left over,  please [drop them off at my office. I think I've been inything  a bet.  contest  i-  l  I  .*-* :*.'  ��� ��� .  m  4               -��-  r    ��V- y     '��   ,  ^a * ."fc. *_.  THIS Government and the  Budget ha^'fdWedTtlse iMn-  land of British Columbia, said  Tony Gargrave, MjLA,: on the  floor of the Legislature in  "Victoria, Thursday (Feb. 20).  More attention i should -be  paid to the-British- Columbia  Coast from BowenIrlsland ,to  Prince Rupert, said the Mackenzie Member. 7 f ,  '���A disproportionate amount  I . liofl money has been spent in  . The pbst-moderi thought as .i\$&. interior, the7 fail north,  not confined to science alone. ; a^^ -Vancouver Island. Tiie  ''Philosophy, theology and the jnainland coast has been neg-  arts   are   beginning- to  ^<w~Triected,'' GargraVe Isaid.  adrniration and respect for  something that looks more  like an "accident vrith a heavy  loss of life, than i rL  Sechelt  One of     n      ,-  ol beer   Apology to  JJD.  -.11*  ���*-\  "* - ��� ��\  ���* *v  's       *.  1  Sir���fl   hear  by  vine- that the schoo  to  apologize' to  Oui  for the remarks the  tatives1 daredjto malie and'the  .-just lying .around,at the east    ferrrtfjoro*?  i end of the Indian village, and    *p***1'"*?*r*��  Unother found a bottle of rye ^Editorj The Times  *;in a ditch.  Now it sjtands to  'reason that people do pot pull  the magistrate's leg, or make  :,jokes in eourtyespecially when  f they are' oiv the receiving end  lof a sentence. Theref6*ie I must  "assume they expected to'be be-  tlieved. ; f.' -'��� ��� '*'- *K  [ I also learned that liquor was  ifound.in hollow treesl This is  '.possibly' believable-^-cjbviously  la leprechaunstashed.it there-irir  .'preparation for the 17th of Wetland. SNirther.-Vm* afeked io be-  *liev��* ihab if -i ��� go - down to the -  wharf after dark, I'll I literally  .stumble over the stuff. ;   "  -   Apparently    many i  minors  ;havej^nd-S)fut**' in' .rriagistrate's  tie  ^rape-  board is  telathers  represen-  resultihg   publicity   to   same.  Really; since when  lid q hired, public servant g, iTpso, tou  Chy?"-J <  It h^s always .been my contention that if one is so thin  skinneid they should shun the  public, eye; either thai or  learn'' to take the brickbats  with.the1.bouquets. After all,  I  saw' nothing dercgatory  in"  Vicki Lonneberg  Vicki, a grade  12 Univei;sity  that   remark- (Teaclhers  don't'  do  this  for  lovq,. t ley  do it  the   Lord  times out  very 7 few  for~*1iiioriey),    and  fcourt-*al5,a r^ult-of-stttmblind, ^m" ft> ^ T&  upon liquor theft on thi wharf.   t?n..}f',^��  ��^h  I  NobodybnJhis,r^m*mimiiis-^ould adm^ *-<  [going tp-lleave TioiHes of hard  {liquor ahd cases, of - beer lying  laround-this way���riot at present prices, ansjway, unless he  ihas a money-tree in his back-  'yard. Obviously these youjng  men wouldn't lie in court, so  pin forced' to the ^realization  ithat liquor was deliberately Set  re  to re-  retirem^vt  out on the-wharf as a| trap, by  imermaids tr>ring to" ^ntlce-our  stout-hearted1 youths to dally.  1 commend them wholeheartedly for turning "their | backs on  these brazen creatures . . .  "heaven-only knows what might  happen if 'there were cabbage  patches or gooseberry rbushes  *fe$"Jf?-?t��!^^ ���r**" -"*?���**sij-'��� -,���*���  Ji  ii. I also hear we  lure some "of our  age tejachers. Well,, jvell, well!  Things must be grimmer) than  we realized. Where ire all the  new teachers who ire (radu-  ating?j Are they going icross  the line? Or aren't 6ur bhild-  reh \torthy of" the most up-  to-date teaching? Where there  is a 1 ardshiip and t ie retiring  person needs this t xtra year,  I'm all for. old pe�� >plel being  emplcyedibut is th s a peces^  sity? When do ve ffeel a  youn-: teacher is rej dy ifbr the  job, nr are-we afn)iid to hire  them!" We realize;!  d^fficjilt for an old  keep discipline and  toes sight hours a  effen'eseent youth  some of the thing  are tifue that go on  l|rogram stude��' at bElphin-  sJone Secondary School, ��was  the only out of town winner  iiithe contest.  i The essay, entitled- "Trends  ii i Western' Th nights," ' fol-  liciws:  Wc live in the best-educated age in humn history, and  yet we are mors gullible today than ever before. We'fake  almost everything on authority rather than evidence. And  there seem to, he tendencies  iiji our modern! education to.  increase this credulity.  ' I But why?-Why should we  bp so easilyv-dew reived? Why,  with"! Our /evcji- -increasing  knowledge,' shdild" we- be  nliore gullible"1  Today w^lsmil; at the gullibility of the! mid die, ages. Our  ancestors* 6^ew^i-7!$7lejistl$* ������  the unreasonable, simply bei  cause the authority of the day  Sud-:so7-:-        !':��� ' b ������  How   superior   we!  feel  ito  tiem andryet- wc  will turn la- _  round    and    buy    a    cor tain  I rand of cigarettp because "It  lhas   proven1"   to  c ancer-producing  Isigns of this new ideology.  Take" theology ;is an example. In "modern thought the  possibility of God was not  ruled out. Theologians tried  to prove Him through reason.  His existence or nonexistence  depended on whether or not  scientists and philosophers  could find a re;isonable explanation fori His existence.  By trying to rationalize  God. modern thought , lost  sight of the1 great differences  between God and man. But  in post-modern thought scientists and, philosoj hers are not  asked to prove or disprove  God. He ^depends on our, faith  in Hisj existence, >  But;what ts -Uie reason for  this ci-edulity? j Perhaps it -is  because ,we [are reaching the  point in our searrh for knowledge when -iwej.CMi no l#nger  comprehend I wha; we discover. Maybe our theory that we  live in a sympathetic world  that follows, cert ami laws and  rules has eomejtr**a!p ead.  The   belief   t^U   there   are  no   real   truths  ing    point    foi  ' hought.   It   is  doubts;     that  world is not  ly   and   perhaps  ^nay, not bc  ping its order it  is   the  start-  post-modern  b ised   on   two  perhaps    the  ordered or order-  man's  mind  The Mackenzie member said  that the Martin jVallify Road  at, Ocean Falls was in disrepair and needed rehiedying,  immediately. He' also asked  "Jfor ^highway* expenditure dn  JTwih Lakes Road.  ' "British Columbia'* third  outlet to the sea on the highway from Bella Coola to Williams Lake Road wa^ in a  deplorable -condition,��� he said.  "1 hope that the Minister of  Finance and the Minister of  Highways, are providing money and planning to -build a  road around the north -side of  Howe Sound," Gargrave said.  Planning should begin now  he told the * Legislature, particularly on the-portion from  Squamish to Wpoclpbre. The  local member aslcfed for im-*i  prbvements to Highway 101,  all the way from Gibsons |o  Powell River, and asked particularly for a ; new cut-off  from the Langdak; Ferry "to  nhe Sechelt highway. He informed the House that an accident had occured on" the  Wildwpdd Bridge which fur-  tlKir endangered: this structure and demanded it's-:immediate replacement. p  _^__���j i i___f ���  cataable ,of gras-    dbed a  fork  in the road, of  it has any. thought. Either man will=con-  f���'The,'laws 'of nutnte thrur-purr;��|tihue J^with  his world?out of  i._��s.l_^j ������.���;*��� > ^-i..*  i--f^uj -op he will start a new  , it  contain J'less  material.        -  forefathers believed 7m | and  hich- formed the Ibasic I of  ipdern ! thought hajve been  estrqyed by new discoveries,  'hoise familiar laws that ex-  ilaihed how our universe tiered | are not {true and we have  no llaws tto Hpla ce them. <Me  ean^see thisi destroying of our  : aws and truths has' left njum  disillusioned     to     the         -     . .-     ppint  where  he   <|loesr't  believe  in  Or  we  will  stand, in  front   'a*uth,    '��� ��� j ,  and pretend       The western ifiind has rea  skit of lavirs-by which to gov-  ern-i- his . world. Our present  tawi^do not fit the universe  iri relation to ourselves. We  must look inward and find  meaning in ourselves.  Man'must discover in fact,  as well as in theory, that  growth of knowledge is Inot  enough. Our wisdom n^ust  keep pace with it if ma4 is  to grow as our knowledge  grows..  arourd -school, somt one jis certainly not onhisHuf  Wej pay enough  bes.t. j I'm   told  pu  salaries  are  c^ual  anywhere, and I  it is t'ery  teajrher to  be [oh'Iter  day with  In Ifact, if  wd  hear  in, out and  '?got_sb:  tiavin t  her; toes,  to gjc't  the  teachers'  to , wages  tl|iink it's a-  me lof the  i^   nr- --   -!  yiNCE! 1 PREWER, ��� Owner  ; MngH of Marine Men's  y/ear, pibsons, is very pleased to .announce the1 appoint-  bout time we  service we're rjayinji for. May  be   we'd   "jet bette r  scholars.  I know some graduates!whose  spelling  is  atrocious.   li'm  no  graduate,  but  in  cur  day,  if  one was a poor speller, it was  considered the, result of poor  education.   Today   we're   not-  so proud. I'm wiling tjo pay,  as many others art, foi* value .  received,  but  not  for  best,1 that's for su*e.  And I reserve tiie ri  complain and pr>t?st as long  .as I'm able, for wl.en \ve lose  $  3  ment of Mr. Davei Pinkney  lo his staff. Mr. PinkneyVos p *^ right of freedoilri of speech  V     .     ,��� ,       .b��a,    j b^then!were all sine. The tea-  formerly employed at Wood- -cher3 have "the tji^ht to free  ivards, Men's WearlDept.vfor  ,7 years. His years of experience will be a great asset  to tbe men of the Peninsula^  we lake this opportunity to  invite you to drop in and'get  acquainted, with Dave, ��� -  ���^Advt.  dom' of speech, 1 m t it \ should  nevfer be one^sided-~they- are  not teaching, by-divine irjfal-  libility,    ahd    tle^    can    be  wi-bng. I fail to sife v,*Hy|��the;  uproar when thty  ized. Let's get d iiVn  nesS   and   get    iir  through school and  the neurotics.  A   FED-UP  HBRHm  children  tA^AYER SecheltXAUeys . . .  iBiiiisoiB with 605  ends Totems in fens  ...   _JJy Eve Moserip  RO^I ROBINSON with-a big 605 (215, 227) led Totems to  a-new high three series of 2634 in the Ten Pin league.  Ladies:' Lee Redman 659 (274), Dorothy Smith 6.42  (274); May Walker 251, Betty Laidlaw 253, Joan Jam'e-  wick 253.  Scots plan  dance camp  The Sechelt Peninsula Times, We<f.i March IT, '64Pc  P?nder: Bill Cameron 746  (280 Charlie Hauka 695. Bert  Gocildrup 670 (276) Gordon  F&Jman  6**8*  Peninsula   Commericals;:  Anay Leslie 723," Ray Fleming  646    (293)    Mabel   McDermfd  633    (302)    Sam - MacKenzie  687   (346).  Sports Club: Ow Moscrib  821 (3G1) Red Robinson 772,  Lil Butler 620, Jim' Granger  U187. "-  -' -",--"     ��!  Ball and Chain: Bruce Red-  mah 774 (300) Barney Bing  669   (348)   Red . Robinson   651J  ****************  t.  *  s  Joe Fisher 620 (249).  High Schoolr Arlene Johnson 367 (189) Alex Forbes 402  (272).. ~ *  -Pee   Wees:   Wendy   Bystedt  283   (154)   Randy  DeLeenheer*  321 (190).   "'.-���-. ;-- '  Ladies Matinee: Millie Forbes 676 (284) "Jean Eidred  291.;   '-;-  TEN PENS       b  Ron Robinson 605. (215-227)  Pelle Poulser.515 (202) Roger  Hocknell 533 4224) On* Moserip! 538, Ray' Benoit ; 517.  Don7Caldwell 200.  IF YOU. don't enjoy yourself.  . it- will.be your o-ara fas It.  \ is the opinion of a devotee! to  Scottish    dancing    when    ��he  speaks of the 5th annual Scet-  4ish   country   dance ^w^ekend  camp to be held at UBC -;on  - Victoria   Dav   weekend.   Mav  16,  17,  18. j  There will-be three separate  groups with licensed teachers-  tin kilts) who will teach the.  niceties and social graces^ of  -'Scottish dancjng. There will  be parties at night after classes and the festivities wililbe  climaxed by the Tartan BalL  Fees include meals and ac-  c o m m odation. -- Application  forms mav be obtained from  Mrs__P. -"Barnes, 28S8 Highbury Street. Vancouver S before May 2. \    "  Develop own style'. . .  B.C. cfe-ebtbr JQTP  -i'-     "    ��� ��� -;        ***        -{     ���    =���f  addresses, meeting;  DAVEABBOTT, B.C. director spoke too J.6.T.P. meet*--, li  1 the Legion Holt on Saturday night end show.ee se-.crcl  fi!ms of junior Olympics which ere intended to itnc'Cie t~*��  physical fitness of young Ccncdions. He caviled interested  persons over the age of IS to      r-r- r- - * ��� - -  ������-��.'��  ��� x-x  ' -  .-*- :  *.  .*. *  "'"���i  <-  Do  you  realize  that   w*e*re  raising a whole generation:of  kids who! believe that,  when  a   woman   growx-iilder.   ?he  -  turns blende? -<���-" -  ���get in., touch with, their Sun-"  shine  Coast  athletic Iciub.  | Abbott _explained the advantages and - disadvantages  of fibergfais -poles fcr pole-  vaulting. Bamboo poles sre  two for $1.- whereas fibre-  glass poles are S75 each and  tequlre  great skill  td   handle.  } He gave" several pointers-on _  training,  saying it is-a  grave  ttiistake to specialize.7 H$ ^-arced   against   hocus   pocus   in .  tsack and field ar.d the ritual  attached   and   advised   young  ~.e r <r ��� *t -  z~. > *.rt 7-c  ���Ai,r< .a  athletes to develop  ���  style   and  !to   rliy  -anc field, as- wr-il .a.  track and-'Jitc-d..  Abbott   potntc-d    '-?ut , cti*.i r  Tw* 5^**4..    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M  ft M,Jf! ?'#.?- ���������  -.T!-a3."'''>;i'1*SV  Page 12 The Seehelt Peninsula Times, Vfedl, March 11, '64  '00M0*0*0riiri*m*"r<*---**���'mm"���"m-00m:0t (000100000000000.1000000.  ���. !**���"���  ���    ��*   T> -  **" ���* ,    * ui.��       *    '  ���********0*0*00*00000000000000000000000000f0000000000000*]00000f0'  What is a school? * .  Question of schoc  spirit is raised 1  '*.--'     '        'Editor of Aberhart Advocate   ,  WHAT is! a school? The dictonary delinesiit as a ptorje  learning, so'why do we try to make1 jspmethirg nriore  of it? Most of us come here to be edi catedj not tc be: fcel  lowed at for-oaf lack of sehoot spirit pyoj group ^ : spot  -4  i  ��� 1     ���  .      4  **      ("  n.��4- * a��^ |  ��� *- <i*ft  ;*���_\* *���,  iV .��.  5  ';*���  -."l.* ���  -���it'.'.  *-  .%.  ���** Hi #  jt**~j*f**s~ >4e*  loving people.  Schools sjre trying to "make  vs realise1 "our responsibilities  in ���the" adult world" The  school' is run on a democratic principle and is, therefore  like a small country. That being so, is a citizen of the state  called a bad patidot and lacking-national spirit because he  does not attend- football  games, join theeurling league  or bowl with the bowling  team?"Some, people have never seen a broom > or a bowling ball but they ��are not called bad citizens. Why, 'then,  should   students   who   do   not  nt -��;  s. VTt  r*~\  i  i  ���H  .-*;���  L  : ^ -/ft'^i * -*    -  .    �����       i'1"       i��   **  -y-  "a-II  ������*   "��  .   if        *  Of  think. \ye decide not't o go  for  sports ;dr join clubsl dnd  >we are yellpd ai for) la��k|uig  "school spir*t.".  ith  al-  in  PhiL Stone says a..: rieijid  his I has an | amazing : sew  retary. She**s only  kxen ft.  him   fo:-  t\jra  weeks  an  ready sjxe'sla month qefyihc  her work." 7  Open , House Display  DISPLAY of larving,, sculpture and pottery at Pender  HarbouipSecondary School opennouse, Cheryl Crich-  tor., who arrange ij th'$,display stands alongside.  jpmit  snouia   STua-enxs   wno   cu>   nut- i ,\ , j ; ���-lU_   *�� v.   ���..,_..   attend school functions-or join    EDUCATION WEEK tdojti tip mbch of our re :ent effort.    ffiL10  by the  Outstanding di  Fishir/g das:  and again in the ever ing! from  71 to 9 to/accommod ite | those  parents v/ijth small cl ildren or  who work and could r ot attend  the morning sessidn;  Thos? wio signed  tors/book indudedj:  ��� -. ^. ������  ��� a,.T.-arr  -i-i.  '������   a ���������'��-  :...-��������� '.' ~.��  ���  rV*!'.  T-,_*(.-. a   7  ^ ��  u*.  ^M-aU-M-hdSriHi  MORE ABOtTT ...  Tree planting  from page 1���  Lage  since   installation.   "You  ��� pan   smell it  all-over  the  vrl-.  lage."    declared .Gordon.    "It  belongs to the* "Department of  Highways,"    defended     Mrs.  Johnston.  "It's," eur ditch.  It'js-..  in -our   village,''. stated   Gor^ )  don.  SX  clubs be called bad -citizens  of our. school and lacking  school spirit?  "Why are spectators so necessary at football games? Are  the players "so egotistic th^t  they cannot play a good game  unless people are watching  them? We are told it is to give  encouragement, - but what  more encouragement do they  need than a good opponent?  b[Ve are- now '���young adiihs^    M��*. A. Fenn, Mrs. Si Gardi-  agtf  mdny-have.Jnierests>hi ' Jtter* Mr, B!, GarrHnet^'Mrs. B.  things- other than, school clubk. /Klein, Mrs.  J: Macllay,     "  Many of^Tis-* havev part'thney J.  Mad-Kay, Mrs. T.  jobs and drive cars and nex^ ' Mrs. J], Sladey, Mrs  y6>r -some-'will   take   theilr    **������-'-** *���--���-  places in. the adult- society as1  equals.    We    are" individuals-  De  with    varied    interests ���. /and    Mrs\E. liogan, Mrs. B. War  should 1NOT be massed ^oge--   noek7Mr.,W. Ackroyl, Mrs. P.  ther'as a group having; ster- ', Ness, Mrd. I. Lee, Mrs. Bdsch..  ;play5iwerer"rrtade up for visitors'to see  , tlriei Socials and Science Trasses, and  Graves  KUlboni, Mt. and Mrs  I  our visi-  Mrs. vir.  M. Miife] Mrs. L.  J. Love,  Mrs.  Danran,-  J. Clay,.  ���By Diane Turik  <|)FfEhi HOUSE daVot Elphinstqne-sow J30 guests registered.  Visitors w^ro guided around the school by senior mem-  re Teachers' ekrb. Mrs. Smtth'srgrade 8  tfass served refreshments. There were fine  - 'displays of, woodwork in the  IndustriaWlrts shop and in the  .   . show, jcase  in  the foyer.. The  * latest   *3dition*of   the" school  jKtejkr,   the   'Glad   Rag*,   was  mpnto.  Nancy     Inglis,    ��� Sherwood  r-��� 7-*  T ���   ��� -. . ..__.-_       ,       H^yes and Mrs, B. Rankin at-  the artf crapses. Schpol iwas oper all morning An Tuesday,    tended a session of the legis-  l    |���r-���' ' - ���    ilative assembly sponsored by  rajiio qKNW, ,the localKiwanis  and the school hoard. On Tucs-  dajy they attended a Kiwanis  diijmer meetjng and gave reports'on their trip to "Victoria.  ���Education Week ftr. Tjorhora, . ??rt Mellon community cen-  assisted by  Mr. J. Perry of    ^ hasJo^ed a trampolme. to  Mrs.. P. Fleming. rPrinct, Mrs;  I J. Whittakerv Mr. L Segec, Mr.  B. Friesan. Mr. r*. Tjorhom.  and Mr. W.Cross [  On the'Thursviai* evening of  Madeira Park Sciool had an  imormai evening [of ^mrte4 in  'thie gyro to which ,were invited-  aiiy localVesident-:who wanted  to] play or "^heer \- About one  hundred people c;jme, and-en-  - eofyped avocations.-'   /  ��� Recently in a .discussion it  was' stated " that the - difference' -between, Comntunism  and - Western, education was  that _the Western education.,  teaches us to think. So we DO  Teen-of-fhfe-we^li  SANDY/f-iATELY shares the Vice-Presidenc*, of the P|jnde<*.  Harbour Students' Council with] Ralph PhiUij^dndhti  . birthday with his twin brother Joel. [Apart from--tia.fi', he ���  aboqt as independent as a teen-ager can be  - known  in  sports,  playing in  Little "League, Babe Ruth, and  Connie Mack  games all  over  the -peninsula as pitcher and  t ^tcher as the. need arose. He  /-is a  valuable  addition Jo  a  team and has been so rated.  , His   high   school   activities  are also in   the  sporting department. He i.vas a top judo  pefformef' last   year,    doin^'  judo demonstrations with Mr.  Morgan at Elphinstone as well]  as at Pender. He is light for  ward on  the  Senior Basket  ball team, p'ays right forward  and go&Me at soccer, arid helps  with refereeing and .game or  gan&atldn,  Sandy j�� a grade eleven jstu-  dent and! wiir face a n^w op-  jhowimt iri June, in the forri* ot  departmental examinatfons.  Hft will: not do a Cassius Clay  and- say he is the greatest);  .but it should be a win or a  draw for Sandy,  Sandy ] witnU to net out ot  school with UP standing and  Mrs.'Jl Cameron, Mr >. I. Goor- ���  joyed  to the full games  be-  drup, $&r.! J: -Perry, ] ^rs. Elsie I   tween our regular team and an  Mrs- jH. Cameroif, Mr.] andl   old Boys* team, tufa a girls vs.  housewives  'gamc|   that " was  hilarious and well -.received.,  At intermission,] a tumbling  display brought fasps ofj admiration from the .enthusiastic  audience. There is [much room  for activity of this nature in  our community.   \  Clubs are st^Il o\ lerating well  at the; school; Tie film club  will show Aleocatu er the Great  to the school as j second full  feature movie or the. year.  There is a well-founded ru-  hjiour that theiigr* de seveshs of  Madeira may lob lain perinis-  sion to come to vew this; historical rfljlm, i wh eh will be  shown in full colpf vista-vision. ���.  Mr. and Mrs. R. Spicer, Mrs. W.  Tjorhom,'Mr. and Mrs, Crich-  ton, Mr.' and Mrs. Malcolm,  Mrs. Joan Donley.  Staff members whd "attended  both Sessions and vere- iprwl  pleased tp see thevpa* eats ivere  the school until Easter. It, is  ustfd and enjoyed by the P.E.  classes. . , .   . |  .; The   tentative   timetable   is  now  out   fo^-  All students  Easter exams,  with a C' plus or  better average are studying  hai}d to keep their, averages up  so they may be recommended.  Exims start March 20th ahd  .continue' until March 26th.  Gjopd luck, all.  JlljTie Glee ;Club, headed by  Mrs- Vernoni, has been- practicing twice 'a week in preparation for the VarictyjShow on  JVItay 8th. They,have a total of  35J Imembers. |  A small i-group including  Patricia Woojd, Gerald and Judi  G4thercole, . Joy Cameron,  Miirilyn Bosifcr, Terry Enema.rk  and Sigmon Johansen will sing  ^at the conce1!!.        "7_  There are so many yes-meh  in   HbSIjTvood;' I   call   it   t|he  Ls nd of Nod,  >uestionc  Is edui  pace  head off! into the wide blue    irieruly smik* and  yonder.  ,He   wants   to]  fee   a  v/orld traveller. At present he  is, giving  little ��37  that this  does no  TLC to a "realhot.  Austin" but he feels  ungrateful��� little blob  share his wor��i"ti*a5  vel .aspirations1 arid will-lifceiy  "have to  Sandy" s  ation keepiing  new times?  i  fortune, it doii^n't >>1  10 go- the whole <li<  Sechc4t,  Whatever fate h��|.-��ri*i  for Sit).dy. li^e wil  iur schools  dull  for  be abandoned when  its out to make hu  *v*.      ���* i,vuv*ii^      |#*��u**    ,  wv  creiitf4 Z' Women���I ie  want  ardurid  her trill:!take  him.  him  37'/lustin. could r  aspin^l tio eyien in  len-  Thlr  store  Mr be  'w|-  big  prates the  sveir j have.  itlssi youth.  < Treating iman  iLor/d hid 3 jroofl reason  lL.-iJ��� I 'before He  *- e didn't f  tiny ad'irice.  FOR .the fast  tioning ti[te  about the rapi  job prospects,/ oujj  wonder, whetiaer  tional pattemlis:  with biir^jchanigez  think?.        ; f 71  Specifically]   ��p:  Question^ being pu  concerned  aqout  are listed below, 'jTdu areinvit  ^d to answer:, th |r i and send,  your  answers  to   '*-"-   -���'*-"-  Results will be p|u"  later date.  -a. 1, Should;we jut down on  , icademic st-bjects * leg., English,  nath, 'sotaals; languages, and  devote more  ob training? Yi  2. Should we  jiven to, the aca  y Editor of'The Gladrog' X-  ���ffmdntfeouf news media have been ques-  trends of educafion. People are concemjed  hang^Jn our society���our way oblige, our  e^Hnological progress, automation:! They  ouf jduca;      *���'���: j��� ������ ���  eepRlgpace    education aj a. course on the  IVhat do you    school pjrogramme is being con  sidered. Do you think it should  e   of   thev be on the Curriculum? Yes���  t by people    No-^Why?  4. If sex-pducation becomes  part of the turriculum, at what  the editor,  dished at a  grade level  Explain.  5. Do you  beg^n  Sin**  crease time  *mic courses,  irts andbmilsic, And cut down  othe^? Yes4- Ni  !   3, The intcodu  i-   i  should: it  think some courtees  now taught should be eliminated? If so, wltich ones and why?  6, Dees Education Week ��jer-  ve   arty   useful   purpose ; or  tov^eeif ie Tshould* it fo j eliminated?" "Why  No���Why?    or why not?  7. The Cccupatiohal eoujrse  has been bath^raised ,and Adversely crit icized. What do you  think the scctipational curriculum shield be?  Why?  tion of sex-'  Mrs.  Johnblon  felt *by put--''  ting in a larger pipe and exj-  ��� tending the 3inq more than 200  : ''-feet,- the village, -could tap-in-i  to "the Indian reservation sew-*  . age system.       r   " ^  "Commissioner'F .Parker fji-'  ; ,vpred this idea.  "Wo have to  'drain   our   water'"somewhere  - and  we  have  a  rise' oh  the  - Porpoise Bay side and anoth*-  -er at the front." He maintained to drain the water intb  Porpoise Bay it would requiru  a ditch 22 feet deep.  , Dawe's motion to have tht  . agenda in the hands- of coml-  misiicrners 12 hours- prior'tp.  meetign so ,they would havti  '��� the opportunity, to-.studyijtj-i  ems, failed tb receive "*ar sets-  onder. ������  '. REQUEST TURNED"/ DOWHll  Sechelt  ratepayers'   request  for change���in clause  O)  of  zoning bylaws to require con*-  struction   td   start   within., t-a  _year jfrom date of approval *  on ' any zpning changes was  turned down. "Therje would  be',no,way to enforce it^con-  tended Mxis.. Johnston, vft's a  form lef discrimination," declared, Gordon. -,  Village clerk T.. Rayner explained their building bylaw  contained af restriction in that  the construction must start  within six months of permit  isstie. He further explained  there are two reasons for re-  zdning: (1) on decision of  council and (Z) -oti;^request  Trqni  property owners.  CENTENNIAL PROJECT  Appointment by" chairma^  of persons ��� to the centennial  committee was -held . over  when council failed to come  to any common agreement/on  -a project.  Mrs. ���    Johnston     suggested  they  build a-new  municipal?  hall and convert the present  building into a library/ Gordon    opposed    this    op.    the  grounds they5 would  have  to  borrow   money   for \ the   pre*-"*  jectand he felt other/services '  were   needed   before/ a   new  miinicipal   hall.   Any  centennial project would mive to be  completed by 1957./  , QUESTIONS AUTHORITY  F.  Parjcer reported the  fill  on   Teredo   Street   had .been  "^jiteided and a 4a-foot culvert  installed at Cowrie Street and  i Porpoise Bay Road. Gordon  questioned   the' -aujthority   to  , buy sjiid -culvert sinc^ it had  never been /approved at a  mjsetingi  Mrs. Johnston agreed everything should be discussed  fully in council. "It w^rald eliminate eroticism," she said.  Parker agreed major projects  . should bey approved by coun^  cil, "but with small items,  we'd never get anywhere if  we have to wait two weeks  for- a  meeting,"  he  prptestd.  ��� OTHER NEWS i \  ,.- A request from! the PTA to  put up a portable dressing  ���room on the waterfront for  the children*s siimmer swim  classes wiB be dealt with by  S7;Dawe.  ���Mrs. Johnston advised that  BC Hydro had removed the  Christmas tree from the ceti-  * otaph. "This is the. first year  . this has happened," she said:  "The Legion areTnot concerned** ,  Roy Bolderson has made, an  offer to dig .uj) the area and  ' plant it in grass if the Legion will fcjy the seed. The  fence j will, also "be removed.  Mire. Johnston felt t*"fe feneb  could not he removed because parts of it and the gates"  ' were dedicated, i  TCounfeir were; notified by  Department of Lands a foreshore lease of. 2,09 a'cres had  been ijisued 46 ? T- Osborne,  subject to tiehewal after j five  years; at; $227.60 a year. A  strip o! land will be dedicated to she village, for public  access.  \'****^^.vgqf*g2i~->- j - ; j  f  3'  1*1--   ���" Lib*     -   .".*���-���. * -if;',j^-\t". * a->  The Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wed.. March 11X64 Pea* 13  light suit-of the dear departed husband. Goerge raade a  handsome.^ virile  companion.  A week later Sn Los Angeles, any crystal..'gazer who cor.-  r*-~��i-r,\f*j. _oa  Its  ssystah- ball.  weuld * have" seen 1 a    tsrcatl-  sbeuider-ed. man delivering !a  ei/- *." -.  7   By Robert F. Donfey  _.,-.,        L   --. -���             -         .       r~_   I    . ���     "    .-        ,          ... _1ittTe Mexican chihuahua, tola  THEY made a strange pair, dog end man, as they zig- door   and- receiving'"severil  zagged along the boulevard. jThe inexpensive leash greenbacks  ih return.          j  contrasted! loudly with the heavy ornamental CGJiar around Several days later! at an Ian.  the dog's neck. It was an expensive wei[ bred dog, a Russian  wolfhound.? which lent incon-     - = ��� 1���~  ���*'V*'".|  ������:;���.  j  >*4  C**   'j  . i  ib.;;  . gruitj*   to Ithe appearance . of  . the man whose shabby, black,  threadbare   overcoat   stretched tautly over massive_ shhul-  ,���, ,t       ders and" hung:loosely almost  ^   -1*" ���to the payed sidewalk.  International Director  Leonine" was the word, the  _-j__    , .   _ ,. head, was   massive.--and.  the  BILL  SCC"TT,  International   Councillor,   Mount   Pleasant  .long-white   beard  and   long  ranee! at the back."        -*-j  "Very goodb madam." fsaM  George. "You have Hhe! un-  dying gratitude of a tired old  manT" He -withdrew in's the  direction of! trie -fear ofj the  house" and shortly afterwards  snuffled down the street {with  a large bundle under his farm.  in Mexico, a Iarte nian knocked at a doer and was received affectionately-- "Ah. senor.  ycu have been so loif .in coming frcm the Kkrheur.  "Mersey, sgndra. money* is  getting harder to* come by and  rny advancing age makes il a ���  little njore: difficult for meto  get arbirrS I lulways feel a  pride of accorrsplish-'neEi and  a    certain   satisfaction   when  Liens   Club,  welcomes  George   Wong,   International   7^5^hair gave a patriarchal    A  block  away,  the  sitn^ped    j; have cased aa area-far sev-  Director, from Vancouver Chinatown Lions. Mr. Wong was.    appearance   somewhat   belied  nupstknphker " * . by    the   ruddy,   countenance-  guest ispeaKer. -     The eyes: hooded by deep set  brows showed a high degree  ."*���-.'-'.-��.*-' j'.*.*''*. "..?������ 'Ji.-.-..       of  intelligence and   a  fundamental   'knowledge    of  beast. Here was a'  accustomed  to command land  from -whom a blow in ahgerl  *ouId seldotn,Tif ever -be\ returned.     "J :; ���;. -:-    1  The   dog   strained ,at; ithe  leash impatiently as the man  restrained it. looking seanch-  from . house   to .-housed"  figure   straightened   up | and  strode    rapidly   - along   jt hie  street,   a    vital   energetic   figured    - _^"    _{     -  -D^-s later, the same scene ���jii the ads appears offline a  "era! days and then successful- -  Iv ^nade off undetected  wim.  ail expenshze dhg. I. hide x'm  room fcr a few* days un-  ,<���  : ���**0m7�� *\r  ':-. -.*:.%"-: ���^--,   b^_       -. T-r*  -^ ���-     P*r;_  was Te-enacted in one of the  old. exclusive districts of Seattle. }The kindly old gentle-  rnanfwdre a worn grey business suit and grey overcoat."  Tie I suit and coat had been,  refitted and adjusted, but the  lines* of stress visibly indicated that the suit* would- not  stand -much quick movement  was  a  rich mans*  dist- . on the psrt of the wearer. The  reward. I -teliiycu,' senore, I  am still" the 4est -_&og thief  west of the .MLfsissip^L**  Note: This is a true" story  of an old tirse resideu of  Nelsca r*-fanr*- - long deceased.  Wetconte  MAGISTRATE A. Johnston, welcomes visitors to the Sunshine Coast. Ray Sheward, Zone Chairman, and his  wife liottie look on. -- -������ ,  X^%x'^^-X^  **.   ->  te^i   a K        **    .-r    ..  - . j-  ft.  '*4:  *,r *  e   - 7i- -���'^.c^'-Va** '"���Si"- "-x J$*^i*0S&*&y8l0��&  _    ^^->   ���** ��� *.-^r.  Surprise presentation  BURfMRD Lion�� Club present President Joe.Benner with  "flieo the Lion". Zone Chairman Ray Sheward tooks  on-    ii- -������-,-; >.'[--.     .   -   -;   --1-. -     :  At Gibsons .. *  hine Goast Lions  isnme  hdld charter  anquet  massive    stone    houses. ,  landscaped gnaaais with expensive    shrubs    and    hedges  was the horm.^ |    .  In the hungry thirties. "* ihe  splendor of the Shaughnessy  area stood croX undefiied amidst the squalor and povei-ty  cf Vancouver. f  The big dog suddenly recognising * some   known    sign.  dashed   through   a  cut   stone  gate and dragged the man up.  2 to the massive ^oalrr door, fine "  -  metallic  .clack'."of  the   brass  knocker was answered by-the  opening   of  a   small   vieiving-  I^nel in the door and the ap- .  pearaiKe   of   a   face   -within.  The door was. flung violently  open and  three small  <jhild-  ren threw thetoiselves on the  dog. who barfted joyously in.  . r^urn. ' 7"'_". '    j  -The woman-who appeared  .behind the-=efeI*!dFea was.*kmd>-.  ly a��i resarveii. "Chi^jen,"  she exclaimed, "pfeasef control yourselves. And. / now,  sir,", she cottffraiPd . pgacioas-  ,Iy, "if you will .please give  mesane informatkm if about  yourself and where yoi| found _  our lost- dog. I will5 fce glad  to reward you generously. The  poor children have' been  heartbroken at the loss of  their Co'oneL" -    |;  "Just call rne George., everybody knows me-^s .Old  George." said thir wearer of .  the - threadbare overc^at.i "I  saw. your advertisement '��� offering a S50. reward for the  return of or information resulting in the return of Jyour  pedigreed wolfhound. " Being  -a  dog lover and  also  unem-  Great Dane was returned to  its owner and a liberal reward coHected-'by Old George.  Ten days later in Oakland,  a little Pekinese was* returned fo its grateful owner and  the | shy widow entertained  the kindly, dean shaven- gentleman for several days in her  spadcus home. After a good  bath and the necessary ton-  sdrial   ministrations,    plus   a  "jBkiohu rHiad-Simth  Refrigeration  -Vorr MiiLLofr  bTO P��KDf*i HARSO��R-  Pfjoae .886-2231,  from * <x,m. to -5:31> p J��-   [  ^Res. 8S6-9*?4*?      I  USE     TIMES     CLASSIFIED  my for a tiroes I looked for  almost a week before I found  him." '  **Thai*k you again, my good  "man. Here is the*$oO. and if  you would not be i offended.  I will have James give you  one of iny husband's old suits  and an overcoat. Please 40  around  to ihe   servant's  ent-  iL��iL��rinri ..,..-.- ,.. .********  ui/1 jyinriiiinnn rr-'������^-^-^���������  TWESTTiY seven Lions clubs from the lowef' mainland and   "ployed, it occurred to me that  P^ St'otes attended ^C^rPr^t^B^-   ^l^^^T^  quet ot Elphinstone Seicondory| School last Saturday; even-   lichen of the Salvation-Ar-  ing -     ' -7 "'-f I     I  -��� ���-- '> -   ~"  Telegrams    of    cbngratula-   Iner, "catered by. the Sun^iine  tionsfce read; gome of them   (Coast Caterers, who doipte all  corair: g from as far away as   I their; profits to ��iantyf -Aaafir  ChicaW/ Illinois- One wire re-   ! the meal- they aU adjourned  ceived"7was written in Chin- Jto the school hall;where oan-  ; ese. Tnternational Director G. icing and singing were j eajoy-  Wdnd translated the message f ed for the rest of the evening.  ! whi9h   was  inet   with  :much,?  S amusemwit from the crowd.  ---/--.  j-t   Thd MV Hotiyiiurn was "pac-/  j ked to.the gunwales wilben-f  '. thusiastic visitors.  All 'enjoy-!  ed thb beautiful Howe Sound  crossing, many of them, stating they would be back very  ���shortly;^ ;     7    -        F  District Governor Nels Foster- presented the Sunshine  Coast Club with their Charter.1 Many other presentations  were spade by representatives 1  from various chite. A raffle "-  was held and three prizes  given. The- only local person  to win was frvin Benner,  Magistrate A. Johnston we!-  ;  corac'd'the visitors to-the Sun-  Coast, with the invita-  ���for them : to  please re- :"  as soon as possible. '_  Anbng, the  honored guests *  v/as  Aid,  Halford Wilson of  Vancouver..,;7|     .:-";  3,11 pedple sat down to dint  shine  fTohr*-  turn  EASIER SMORGASBORD  ISaney's HiBing R@@p  DONT MISSl OtTT ON OYSTERS  .   FROM PANDER HARBOUR  MAKfTYCHJR^ RESERVATIONS EARLY  Gibsons 886-9S15  Aiuuifun-inxi'in       '���   ���       "|    i"��"���*  55^^*^ti����!*^^ .���   ���".',  ;*���/"���-7< .*  ������f ?--*:.w^��if i**1*'* v-i'-?i.':-^'���-*--. *?*.'^r:,*vs:n*��*-" .>-,��" -���a >��*>m&s��#*u��  -  age 14 The Sechcll1! Peninsula Times, Wed., March 7  --'���!^?W'J.'?J1'K? *K?#~��  ' ���^"Ji**^"--^^'"!*��  ��� .(air.  s  back to his island paradise.  Starting from San Diego, ho  sailed aboard tht* 50 afoot cutter "Success" to Coeds Island,'  nud-way between hlM point of  departure jand the Hawaiian  Is'antia, on a treasure hunt.  Brfcte the ship reached Panama it vent- aground near  Punta Mala at the? entrance  to the Gtijlf of Panama. But  all was s ived and; the tall,  slender A,merican with the  bushy red beard and the  straight blond hair finally  reached the Canal. At last  count he  was island  hopping  ��,  with succc-  Charhe  olis) is apparently the descen-j  dant    Iron i  Greek  b ue-blo'cd.  Some  pco-  *   . i  pie think  Panama w  .if* ,  '-   I*"  ��� ��    -a  ,*  ���.-   tl ���  *���>  ">.<V  **-.'  'r*.*  "v*.  ..-. ��  *v  if  he  did  teresi   was  served  Greek _ ph  ambition  within his grasp.  Cosmos ;(Cosmop-  long   line   off,  y  that  he arrived'in-  ith his own ship but  no one knows how he lost it  Charlie's sole^iPi  European   history  oncentrated      with  ilosophy; 7< his   sole  o join some of his  i  - r  . ���  r  *l  J*  t  I  **���  J**  �����;  *-   ��� ��li    *���  **. *. *- ��� i**** *  . %  .a  1    Ji.  ������ i ���  .a_i_*__fc-ta-t_��J�� *__��.  PANAMA is boastfully empa1 by some "the crbss  the   place   that  "hell  hole."    1  mamy   call 'a  the world." And even those who would be inclined to  i take* issue with the statement wclild be obliged  fthat it is at least one of^the crossrpeds of the world.. Shins  [of many places and of-rmany    ������'~*: ~~' ���    '~  destinations   are   guided- thru [iin  Colombia  and Ecuador is  ;   the-isolated  constriction.   But-j  anoth3  [more colorful thahthe ships!  and, the trading arid the.mag*.] _North  nifcence   of  the  Canal   i'tsellfb  are the people who congregate^ severa  in   that   httTe   corner, of   the " milesl  earth.    .���*'-- '.:(.-���:��� travel  Panama is a long way'from, " miles  r   depressing  that repels him. Thi   distance  to   the   United   States  or Canada can be c  thousand-  To the East  at   least   a  Until the Cari  everywhere. This lis the con- Jands are reached ani then se-:  'hi  elusion : that, mos^ travellers  reach when ! they, find themselves there.' For the individual who is wondering the situation presented becomes ev-  eib ftibre acute. Anywhere"1 lie  chooses to go is a staggering  distarjee.  av\*ay."If7 he ^should  * chooserthe._Sautlvi he is ccrw  fronied with several hundred  ���miles of impenetrable jungle,  Thel simplicity of Hying over  ofr sailing around the obstacle  is complicated by the bureau-  roods pf  to admit  incentive  GLIMPSES OF  7 CHARACTERS  The characters/ who arnv/  iri Panama comer from eve  ssible place on earth, are  girjing nearly evfecjL��.piace hV  aginable    and: tearry    with  Semselves   their.  oWn   indiy-  uai   atmosphere   [of   means  and motive. The followingrare  brief* sketches 'ef some of these  - persons.  Short, sturdily constructed  and sporting Ji blond brush  cut.   Peter   rejected   all \ the  friends who"were pioneer farming in the Galapagds Is-_  ��� lands. His"krrcw,'ledge of his  ' ) interests was expressed in  dramatic, entertaining, and un-  educational orations while his  amibhons took him7! little farther than up the nearby coast  lo build a thatched! hut for a  friend. He was always talking, collecting seeds for his  own-farm in the Islands and  never finding the correct opportunity toleave'Panama.  Sometimes    the    distinction  between   self-realization    and  self-abandonment   eludes   certainty.  Whether  on not  Cap;  tain I Sticklcfield   ever   knew  for   certain   cannot   be   said.  Since his death one could-not ;  even  be  sure that ���; the  peace '  and ideals be-sought "were realized.' Perhaps when the.men  of his ship protested he should'  haveTbowed to thera<%fid to  the unions and the corfpany.  Perhaps he should have overlooked  the  inahiUtr- of  half  his crew to pertbrm the most  elemental of a"-seaman's tasks.  But! what .is the jyorth7of ~a-  lifeion the sea, the wealth-.bf.  a "captain's  command ,it-.the.;  standard he chooses and the  responsibility he holds "is unrelated' to the quality of ,hi^  rnerbOf little value, he con--  eluded. And as one man cannot  battle   the  entire  incompetence  of  a  way  gone  soft  with modernity; when he no  longer   feels   he   can   rernam ���  part of-a, way of life that once  but' not  any   more   sustained  his  manliness  and  his  pride,  ~~~ then  he must step away.   As  characteristics of a bright col- a saiimak<*r in Colon he. lived  lege student. He had managed modestly and passed his. years  to drive d sports car and ;i quietly. When he hungered  girlfriend   and   smuggle    her    for  the  taste of wet  salt he  would set upon the sea with  the" traditional ;cobmunion  that unites the sailor and his  element; in al. small sailboat  upon a great (ocean.     1  Prom Colcifado by bicycle  and-;On footj.came a long Am-,  erican. He was i spin but  brioad-shouldelred arm covered  hils close-cropped hair with an  Australian bushman's hat. He  *���     ���   j*��  "      "-l * -  >    iV  Labrador dog all the way to  Panama C;ity from Toronto.  Shortly after their arrival, ��he  took hfer dog, her sports ;ca  too, and left Peter panniles:  and stiranded. But he mahat'i-  ed.     :      ��   ' "   J     I  Florida John was an ex;-saj-  lor who had fallen in llove.  with Antigue, a British i^lanjd  perched  on  the distant [edge       of the~"Caribbean Sea. In the- w|as bound for Colombia the  year following his- discharge hard way:/by walking thru  he had  begun  the  longs trjjk I     ���seel page  junted as  arduous  one must  thousand  bbean Is-  iveral more until lurbpe or  Africa can Be sighted. To.the  West there is only the expanse of the. Pacific dotted by  tiny and distant islinds.  Psnima7 seems" to serv^ as  a catch-basin, a s rainejr-, a  sediment bowl" that gathers  individuals who aire halfl-way  to anywhere and. cannot! get  furthejr. It is a colle< tion place  of  characters  from  of th��f world who  adventure    inte'rrup  cracy of South Arhefican cou-l7 escaptph^wilted, theijr illujsions  rttries.'Before one of these nations can be entered one must  be in possession7of.ia ticket  out jof that country. For- the  wanderer this is often too ex--  pensive,' too  complicated ancl  tod mudh in violation of. the,,.. ���-,~r~,. r�����--   -.   mcjtivesjthat promjpted him to- will  stay   ahd  stay  wainder.    The    existence .  qf    tina'ti^n,    digressior,  bands  of terrorist!"  that have    fear,  shattered   because  iey   of   reasons   oit  Some wil^ quickly  ingenuityi intiative  ination   and   carry  their [ambition  or  lessnelss. Sotne will  all barts  find [their  ed,    their  been   ^laugtiterin^   thpusanc'*.- ponsibility .will glu?^ tjiem to  jiiSLJBSS-* i^a?SJ^*SWHa��(,#^^^ia*te��-wtv^*'  responsibility  >f   a   var-  excuses.  rally with  and imag-  on   with  heir t aim-  hot. They  procras-  money,  or   irres-  wi I  Limited  A Complete[Service*< Five SeajtlhnesTfr Serve You  INCLUDING THE BIG HUSKY, CAPABLE OF  CARRYING SEVEN PASSENGERS OR  1700 LBS. OF CARGO  TELEPH^NjE CSALL TO jOUR^SECHELT OFFICE  bring i a modern radio equipped aircraft' to you  at once.    .] ���  \  Go Modei-n   *   Go Tyee  F^^SeeheU 8S5*22I4& SB5-22li5  OFFICE IN THE. LOBBY OF SECHELT BUS DEPOT  it.'aHfWW.W'if ��*<*#.*.-  ~1  A  WS'*lf' ijKa^/xva-.-*,  'S**t s^f"f^v-���^r ���** iniinM-i, *i i    o-r*' * i  i   ��� ����miw ���v>*MwlT^q^^^P��l'i^~*l~V ^��|LVii   w.mwm  P'lll" ���������������!���  '   ".   -        "       .'.-,.-'   '..jls/ri  j -**. ..    *���*.  .- - *��-> ... .��-���..     ���**����������������,  W.4       "*     .*?������'".  -   *     *" i" .,'*��..v**. S "���** _"���*���-,.��� ��� -       * ���  ^-The Seehelt Peninsula Times, Wed.; March 1 Tr '64 Fogg IS  MO *E ABOUT.}.. 1 I  Views Eoreigrt  ���i  the Darien Gap.] For weeks  Lee Lehman had j been gathering information on the geography and availability of edible vegetation in the region.  Finally, - conditions seemed  right fes- the venture. He spent  ������-Continued from jPage TO *;  Panama Canal Yacht Clab in  Cristobal "sporting two of  them, one..Male and the other  female, the attention they attracted was .more than was  received by' the flag ship of  the French passenger carriers.  - the   best - part   of   a   momfrT^Perhaps the subtle -manner in  trudging through the jungle,  crossing riversr and eating as  best- he could. A few pounds  . 4A.L. w.jj'     ��� *     ���    __ of   chocolate   provided   sojne  -40th Wedding Anniversoy energy- but  the  majority   of  MR. AND MRS. W. CLARK celebrated their 40th Wedding    his   nourishment_ -came   from  Anniversary on Wednesday,' Anarch 4th. A surprise   ^^-J*^^ ^^^f.t^S^f  pdrty in their honor was held in the Clark's home by the  Super Valu Staff and many old friends from Roberts Craek,  who also" presented them with a.Gift Certificate.  Gjbsons sociatynotes  THE MOTHERS* Circle of the DeMolay met at the home"of  Mrs. M. Leslie on March 2. Plans were made for the  DeMolay installation to be held on March 28. Powell River  Chapter will !have their Officers installed Saturday* after- mile waik when he encoupt-  noon.  iln   thef  evening   com-  ered  a  Cuna - Indian Jfpnting  the book. Of interest on dis- party, joined "thena ^dnd~ replay were the new readers to turned to -Panama, At my last  take the place .of Dick and contact with him. he was in  Jane, also new work books Aruba and bound for his ob-  'for the Grade I classes start-~Tective' hy sea. Since that tune  and fried alits. (Icould never  remember his advise" - about  the flavour of - the. insects;  whether it was the medium  sized ones that were black and  red that lastedrbest or wheth--  er it. was the alL black ones  or all red orjes that had the  most appealing -taste. At any  rate, - particular _attenioa  must be paid to not over-cooking them.) He had reached  the half-way mark in the 250  commencing at ��� 7:30 Mount Elphinstone Chapter will have  their ' officers, installed by  Crowm Chapter from Vancouver,    'j  *lO    ENGLAND  Mrs.i Alfred Winn is leavng  on March 14 for a trip home  to England.  TO   MONTREAL  Airs.1, Doris Skellet is on her  way to Montreal for a visit  with her father, whom she  hasn't i seen for twenty years.  OPEN, HOUSE  .Open, house" *at the Gibsons Elementary,School seemed to- be well attended, although  not  many  visitors, signed  Ing in September.  HOSTS c  EL and M. Bowladrome  hosted West Vancouver bowlers on Sunday .March 1 Gibsons Bowlers came .out the  winners. -  GOOD  ATTENDAKCE  Elphinstone    Secendary.  he has become lost in the  massive area of South America,        b x-  - ���  The Yates F��miiiy were the  owners of the ^Success", the  ship on whisdi--Florida John  sailed from. San. Diego to Panama. This family is only representative of J7the-many" colorful   families^ that   abandon  which the apparel was displayed was due to the nationality of Stephen and 1iis wife:  French- At any rate, -she was  the only force that could draw  the 1 champion beer drinking  members from the-air .conditioned bar of the, clubhouse-  ahdjset them, perspiring at the  open windows that faced the  moorings wharves. Aad as  their ship pasgsi through the  -Canal, she might have, been  related to tbe abnormally  stow* operation of the locks.  She might have further made  the| Panamanians regoet thai  thetFreach sold the rights of  the* Canal   to  the Americans.  The Panamanians; it-seems.  ha^e become somewhat accustomed to these representatives of the lunatic fringe  that arrive and "wander thru  their country. Only in the areas distant from, the "Canal  Zone do the natives turn their  heads at the s^it pf a beard."  a Texas .ten-gallon boonet or  any of the many oddities that  characterize strangers.; It is  really only" the - wanderers  themselves who become acquainted with the wanrferers-  These people possess* common understanding that sim-  iitaneousiy. males -Uerr. cc-fr.-  patibte and inoompatitle. Si.~-~~  uation causes them to encounter one anothe?-, similarity Jrr-  troducel- -and j acquaints bat  understanding {of themic'res  sets them, apart frorr. each  .other. Each-is;an individualist is his owh. manner *r.d  realizes the same" quality ui  the other. Each, ha^ his i,nr.  private reason Ithal prods hi.r.  about the world ��4d e-.i-n-.  * one of this, same breed n.-s-  pects this; privacy! Coif��e^  quently. they Jgetfcjriliy- rh&et  and separate.} Each; has -fee.'  quired a new frriendjjhat will  last a lifetime! Their individ*  ualitv unites them l^nd ih+n  divides them. I   -'   p - .   - i "  Meet lacks quorum  ROBERTS Creek Credit Vh*  ion was unableTd hold its"  annuafis*tneeting Friiiay night  because of lack of *k quorum  (26, -members constitute l -a  quorum}. Mr. *Marin, assistant  director of edacatioa, BC Credit _ Galon League, spoke :*  Jhe 16 members present oa  the .services of the. ieagu* to  the locals.      f.  .=   ' ;  Next  meeting  isi scheduled'  for Monday. Hatch.'23 afRo-^  berts Creek  community   halL  Chw&ch  "Bethel 'Baptist  Church - f  *T- Jjechel^ R.C. '   }" ' "  Church. "11:15  am. ^      f  _Sunday Sc��k>oI 10^0 Z3��l. ..7  ."PrayorT^seeting Wedne|d^'  r?30 pxn.     - i-f        ���    I    >  Xfi%#  < -a-;* ���'  ffe-i  School Open- House was held.. the stable and allegedly non-  on March 5. Attendance was  '.reported better than' previous  years and refreshments were  served ~by the home economics rlass. .    .  Ruby Lake . . .  affe  eeis,  ct trout  ls.d  am,  sensea life of a - conventionai  landlubber. ""t*bey apparently  sold ail their land assets and  purchased, the "Success"- and  with -their ; young--family set  sail souih "to search for treasure, w<*rk from place to place  w&ea necessary and cruise  the accommodating .Caribbean. Suchjla life imposes:  many inconveniences! as well  as escapes "the distasteful pace  of modCTn. living. The educa- -  tion of- the children 'must be  taken into .account "There  exists the cast of maintaining  and operating the ship as  well as entrance and port fees  JOHN CLINE, who is busy putting the finishing touches to~i: while.entering- and residing in  Ruby Lake Resorts,���overlooking the snow-capped - a country.'There ^reemploy:  mountains of Jervis Inlet, would like to see something constructive done about the lack of trout ih -these lakes..  Ciirte- feels .trout rfishing in I        1 T~-  this/ area  dould be  big  busi-    claims    Ruby   and    Sakinaw  ne^s  if  a  hatchery  were es-    Lakes are very .deep and un-  isning  tablished-here and the  lakes - productive of  fish  food,   and  restocked to bring them up to    --'** -'     -*       - ���--  7*  the standard, they were orig-  ittally. He, feels there are several factors to." blame ��� for the  depletion of the cutthroat  trout in these waters. Firstly,  the destruction of the trout  spawning beds in Bear Creek,  originally joining, Garden.,  Kathleen, Mixal and Sakinaw Lakes,- brought about  by  will therefore only provide a  moderately good fishery.  He states these two lakes  are best fished in April. May  and early June when the -sea-  run;.-. cutthroat are present.  Stenton* advises;there are no  plans to stock any. lakes _tn  the Sechelt Peninsula area because fishing pressure/ is stin  relatively, low. and there are  a dam in Bear Creek and. the^-mahy lakes irL_lhe area with  lowering; of  the  water   level    ��� _,.-..    -, ^.  in the lake-due-to the water  power unit built to provide  povt-er for the hospital; and  secondly, the invasion; of the  lake by. lamprey' eels.  CHne feels it would be a  simple -matter to* keep, the  lamprey out of Ruby Lake  by installing a wire mesh  trap* in- the creek feeding  Ruby .Lake from Saginaw  where the eels come in from  the sea to spawn.  C. E. Stenton, regional fisheries biologist, Department of  Recreation   and  Conservation,  large  troutr  populations   of    small  ment problems. But there are  also innuroa-able opportunities as well-^as-many adventures. And there is .really never a loneliness for the entire  expanse of the-Caribbean and..  South Pacific is filled .with"  hearty; and friendly persons  who have in common the same  spirit of ' wandering. Even  though they are individually  different each is introduced  to the other through this mutual characteristic.  The bikini is a rare item, in  Panama. (The country is un-  progressive in many respects).  Thus, when !the 40-foot -ketch  -America" ; arrived    at = 1 the.  Alexander} x-x:  DobsonLamb  Beauty-Salon  ' Seehelt  Evelyn Hayes  Above Post Office  Cutting ond Styling  . Tttaaf ay t�� Saturday 9-5  "Your Stoirwoy To, ���  Hair Beouty"  Phone 8S5-9S25'  AIJOL/y^TDER  Dsbson  Lamb  of 7West  Vancouver  passed  away   March   6   in   his   40Ui  year*. -7 X        " j."  Mr. Lamb was- a* member  of "%the.. original Sechelt village  commission, the Masonic Lodge - No.7130,-and the Royal  Canadian7Legion^Se<*heft.   I  .  "    Survived'by his wife Mary  and two sons^Alex and Bill bf  - WestUZancouver.  his \niothk-.  " ��� Mrs.  _T.  Lamb" ofl Horseshoe  * Bay.   two   brdthsis, ;Huie_4if  - Vancouver and Thomas of Se^  . chelt.   "..   \ .7 f;  - - Funeral \service. was. held  Tuesday, March 10. from St.  David's United Church,  West  . Vancouver.7 Interment  in Oc-  - ean^ View cemetery., l i .     <*  si^ags&a-s__sraaa  mmSiSAaa  -��%mWlLM3�� MBV&E&  . Dorothy Parker, when : ask-:  ed for the! two most beautiful words ih. the English' lark"  uage: "Check enclosed."   .-^t >  -~ Pi����afar_c*_ted. Toiigue and Groove  lb XfWJUT W^JLATEa  \-   Very Easily Erected b\  3l BE0^M^*3^xi6'_b ^^ t'^/&M%'  ;  4^BdiIding ToxfNot AppUeaWe ;r  7T1RMS TO S YEARS fF OWN LOT J  885-2104    -   885-4464-866-2827  ' -- X-. ' *  *  *' 1 Oil Stdre, Ifower fan  arid Aecessories       "   *  *  t Yukofa! Chlraaey  ' 1 Set FuH PluBihii^f  -  1 Shower Cehigef  ��� 1 Hist Wrster Bo&f  Kitchen Cabinet will*  Sink      I"- .'.    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