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Array .---���*---.--*-- "7 j^sfe^l-Sr- =*---=---.-. -,-    --7-_- ������--:.   ---"-"-., '      ^t "'-_".-- - - "��---" t  I'.j li  i*  -V  / -  ���/ -  ,-!*���  ',/���'  Sieving the Sunshine Cocsj.JHcwij Sound to Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon, Hopkins. Lending C'cgrr-am's Lending. Git��c��$., Rcfcem Creek,  Wifion Creek, Selmo Pork, Secheit, rfolfmbcn Boy, Secret Cove, Pender Hcrbeur, Madci-a Pert; Kicvfc'e. Irvine's Lend.n^'Sarl cXX7sXXXt  WEDNESOAY, Mrf, 12,  \U4   10c   ' ' ~  Serious traiiic hazard  structs traffic  ne  s wiaening  TRAFFIC hazard presented fay the Grantham's bridge was  discussed ot Gibsons' municipal council meeting. A  ^ wider bridge 'with decking placed crosswise or. asphafTcoat-  ing would.minimize the^danger, council felt.  This hazard has been jjpin-"* ��� ~~~     ;     :���**" Z���'  \   ted  cut to  Delmonicb, "repre-   : iojpalitids. ��� Black, isbout   the  \ sehtative of���the  right-of-way ^outdated section of the Tb act  \branch of the department7of  highways^ when he was in  the area. On recommendation  of N, MacKay* council vagreed  to pursue this matter with -a  follow-up. Tetter to I*>elmonico  suggesting a diplomatic -approach to Tweedale, owner of .  the_property  on one side bf,  /the bridge. Council recommended Tweedale . be asked  for six to eight feet of his  property, in return - for which  highways department would  install a cement "retaining wall  and new steps to the property .  apprdach.  PROVTSIOZtAL' BITOGET  '. S. Fladager. urged 1200"-feet  "of old wooden line in the lane  "near; the municipal bail "tie  replaced with four=ihch trans-  ife at a; cost of approximately  $<000.".". '  Village - clerk Jules MainiT  felt ; municipal employees  were .too busy- on winter  works program to do the job.  now: andl it should be held  over until later. Fladager was  adamant. "We can put it put  fot^-t����r��der4,*'*tve=^,rgvica-' -4Ur��=._  have: an   obligation to - local  contractors."  Council agreed to delay passage o�� the- provisional budget  ihthe amount of - $25,921 until an-attempt had been made  to" includa. this item "under  winter  works.  GARBAGE COMPLAINT  Another _complaint gn7-tfee  Kelly- vs . Watson, garbage  pickup was reported by Ritchie. A car was parked- in  Kelly's reserved area: at pick  up time, and  not" locate Watson  car removed,  garbage  Ritchie  felt a  garbage  by-  la wv when  one  is   prepared, .  must have  a  penalty   clause  -M. it- *  TAXES TOO LOW  "'There are not enough-people paying taxes," chained  Jim Drummohd. He maintained^ people are- paying: less tax-  7'es*. now than they- were .ten  years ago yet getting three  times the service.;  - -'The day. you quit being economical. . you lose*" control of  your finances," said MainiL  "Other municipalities worry  about how to raise more money and where to get the mom  ey to repay .what they owe.  - "Ritchie and Fladager wiH go  to- Victoria :in the near future to see Minister of mun-  which forces sm^Il municipalities to keep their budgets  below S 12,500 to t^voidi paying  the cost of indigebi Tb cases.  This]problem dees not con--  front7 - enough " municipalities  for pressure to be put on by  the convention" committee.   -  Mainil-reported 98.1 percent  of current taxes had been collected.   " ���"   . -'"-,  Retnoval of a damaged boat f  belonging, to Ccrneiius Oisen  from   the.- waterfront   of   his%  property was   -authorized   by^I  council at^a cost  not to exceed $75.7'4^ - -  Domestic: water service license was :granted to Alfred J.  Fletcher.   .7  COMMITTEE REPORTS.  Drummond advised Wes  Hodgson's report of CD meeting, of January 9, ^indicated  Ottawa and :CD were cutting  the budget- He will submit .  the file^ and audited states  mentfor 1983."      -, "~. -'.;  Drummond-. also .^reported  Standard'oil are putting ih. a  gas pump -at th^ airport., and. -  "-'_' *7^">: tz~ '''i"-~.^  - -   J .       *.-   -   .  -    --   "z ' -** -  IIK.1, IWIII UWHWT  .<**'   -  J;--:;  r--������.  JC  .'ij *���  r-^  l��,.w.iB-,,r.i,<-ni,iffnil. Vi,  ������.��������.  ' *  ���    fltrt, ��. ���*   - ���."S ��� - i  ���L*   i��iv3!^v>r.*-'. v"i *'.  ���s ��. cft��*i��   -* 5.,     . jr*     ���>*  T*"*->.j. - "���-?.     - "  * -      t ��� ���    , ^ '. -'-���/iua.v.  :\  jGifcons Liberal -  iiame officers -  GIBSONS U\yij... A ��� . I ,-.  I report.- ���;.-?.- . ' ���_ .r - -;.^- '  t-rs for t: .��� >V ! !��� ;  j Prcs-ccn:- lJ. Y Kcnr ���;: -  . iice-prcs.d^r.*. :.*.-. F J-^n  Maiml. c crct-^r. - \zi asjrtr.  Mrs." _SdiXq jL. Kennett;  directors. -Austin. Cravem 'J.  1.L"- Usher,  Mrs;- P.  Usher. A.  E. Ritchey.- fcfrt A."EL Ritchey. "E. i- Shafit7. Mrs. J. E. Lee.._  . 1. Three.-: delegates   elected   to  attend  ihe   B���i Liberal ^Convention" in Hotd* Georgia, last,*  Weak,   u-ere f"R��-    F. -Kenaett.   -  "Mrs. Edith Kenr^tt-and Mrs.-  F. Jean  Ma:**.;:. _   -    -  Sechelt; Indians t  b nominate c&ief  KOMIKATIOKS for chief for  X\ Secheit Indias band-will be^  be!d. in   thej commumty   hail  On. 'Sunday, |laa-   26.      "       .     .  j The    reserfation - has  'been.,  "without   a   fchief   since   -the " "  ._._._.      . _   _ .        .-- .  death -of Chirlse ^Craigan- fast "  /����� ��� nntt^-i-       ..  ��� ,- i - ."���"-, 1 spring.  Senior Band  couna,-   -  CLARENCt Joe ia��d it on the linecK he presented c report    kir. .Clarence* lie. paid a tri-  - on the*B.C. Idrfcd- question and other problems Jo c    bute to Craigan. "He worked ���_  general meeting of the Sechelt Indian Eland,      - -   : ^^ to &11 P^r Sechelt peo-  - Joe representing Sechelt. .Slwrnrndh. Kiahcxse, Quofi-    **fa ^ SS ^5^  cum oral -Homafco.bcnas. expressed satisfaction regarding    *������.*���       - v-. i.        *.i.  the recepticrt accorded thelrdemarids in Ctttavra and at the    '  H* renucoea tnem.   --* se^-  u.N..r-**'-:---'-.-- 4~ -*  i .       Reports to Seehelt indiens  CLARENCE JOE reports on the B.C Land Question to  Ci rweetings of Sechelt Indians. -  Lays it on line]... *  Giarence Joe'reports  hislt Indians  iation papers:  MacKay -     indicated       new  street    lights   were    rreeded���  one on the bluff, twoxtn Abbs  ,  Road - and 'One   on   Sargeantv  Road.  He will  make**another:, '  suryey^ibefQre; submitting ��� ft  final decision.      .  Feeney repcrtect the concrete foe the - cavetette. had  been poured. ..     . - e    '  Account^ in. the amount of  $442rI9rwere ordered paid.  -  ���.^������-^?rjF���'4'��'v;:���>���.  ���"��� -   ?��� >f ? -   ��� '  *i0t0m  Grontham's Bridge  THE bridge is barely wide  : enough foe -two cars to  pass, is slippery when wet  (which is most of the time,  slows ferry traffic and is a  hazard to -bothF cars ond  pedestrians.-  ������-������ ',*' *   r :*  __Referring to the land question he quoted, a goverrufient  spokesman who claimed ^ at  tbe^cehteimrat*  '*H * JTiSiiarta-  ���w-oiilci    ce-Ictora^e^   Che ^gr^at  land - steal - rn - ��� th��*7 -hiitorj'  of  the -xorid.      s '-I"".  He wraxsd. indignant on, the"  |HTiblem�� of discrimination.  "We are> faced^ ��-itfc discrimination, especially on this  peninaHa,'" be dechtred. -Yoxi  boys and girls spend a lot of  money On the othacJside- of  the. fence, but how* many  ycung people "ara employed  - there? Only one^-at Hansen's  tra:Mfer^- ^      X .   '';   -  He urged the; younger-gen-  erat^n~to ". improve* then-  qualifications- so they wwxld  have a better opeprtdhity to  obtain jobs: - Self ^employ-,  ment as their tctEfathers"  knew it, is no longo- available to the Indians. The fisheries are depleted and all .the  timber-belong-i: to the big companies/ .._:_ :^rz.; -.:.; I. --      -1  CLOSED SHOP:: 7XX.  . To.get a thnber-"#nd.:ac-  cordmg: ..to : Joe^7anI Indian  mast belong" to. the dosed  --shop "kncwn.as a - working cirr  rie. .'Taifc- about dictatorship  in Europe?" he said. ^**'e" have  dictatorshrp right hern in our  .- H.i reminded, them.  ecS=d^=.-c��. thief; chief is veSy  portant- Theipcpp!e out- there  iSecheit}   "aifr. .just,   as- much.  Concerned - .ajbo^t   who, is   going ' to; be  pur 'chief  as: wt  ed equipment   to   teach   boat  building and plumbing.  ..,: "Hec&.we are spending S47��-  lo  st��AV     %     se^raee     s.5-��*&'��-n       ^*r*?-         |       r ^���.  be- hiring-thij worfc." he sztid. "IKEW  PATTROL   CARS /  --w-e  sitculc   be   doing  it  our-   j r Sechelt" cfctschment    RC^.tp'-  se^ves-- - :repert    two'   a?-n-_-caru.  - Is-tH -.  Hs advised- th* rrieeting. the �� iFords.   will I bs   :n .service -.in  coundl" would prepare-_a brief ""'this   area.   Cars   art*   boxignt  -for .   the ���'  -Federal-Provincial    'Jby public tender^ its, contract  con^rehce :slated for May. .-       going-, to the lowest bkiijer.        ,  ,    .     . ^    - ���        ��� j��� ���       - -,^  Proposes block 7 r . I    -_       | * ---  Chairman 0ir\s Jcbhnsforrr  residential area";  PEOFLEcome irvlcoking for land for cSmrnercic! property. -  "vVe^must have something for them end st��H protect cuel  residential"properties," claimed Chairman Chris Johnsrcrt  as rezonina bylaw 22 again; came under fdacussicn at  Secheit muniCipdl council meeting. :~|    ���....       - . .  See fxropesed blrac T. held    p   ;   . '.,   p^rz      :    -- . .  by Sechelt Lahds b3 designat-   Jpresent  wortiing. retaji" stwif.  ed f^- future commercial "zon- - ^fgcgj    3*%*   smllar - general  ir^nirc^iisli'   ^sjjiess putpc��es Is "too   var  ^gue. They li .t Wording should  ing_  This . was I unanimously  approved byi counciL  Resclution 3pproA.-ing rezon-  ing of lots 26 and 21 (Ed and  Edith Laidiaw) from residential   to  comnsercial  was   pas-  ^be more*sp<ctfic Le. theatres,  page IS  4W  cr^;��tmjr>:wi_% government _^ ^.~*S^:  ^"Sclared 7lhdilhs;-had       -WbHc continu  ; Where Hie core go     _;���----  WHEN vehicles slide off the Grantham's bridge, this is  where fhey go.. Prior tarChristmas a car landmg here  ^^^ti^wer^te at right. ���^<��*<rd time  in as many years this key pole wasknocked out. ^   , declared ;Thdians7'had  been depn%-ed of their hereditary rights of -hunting" and  fishing. He cited a case at.An-  derson "Lake where fa notice  had been posted prohibiting  Indians to fish, and J right a-  longside a white man was.  fishing for steelhead] trout. -  Joe was : just a. vehement  when ne admoiiisfaed; the Ir*=  dians  to keep their f children  - in schooL -There's | na use  hollering- far better opportunities " unless- we" have better  quailTIcations.'*. he 3-ged- He  told the" gathering they had  departmental assistance at  their disposal" hi. rases where  ~ parents   were "financially- unable to keep their children in  -��� school- .    I  VOCATIONAL   SCHOOLr  . He predicted a vocational  " school-on" the peninsula and  promised at the nest council  funds would be- alienated" to  institute the nucleus* of a vocational school on the reservation. For a start, he suggest-  iRNABCiasks why  \ matron \Hred  :ed on amens-  ments to 2oning"bylaw Kb. 22   . **-**** }--- - -^  which hss oeen ut effect since   JsUXSHIXE?   Coast"   Cbapvcr  IS5T. ";"--���-        "    " j    RKABC executive has "cort-  Deletioas were made to sec-"- f^cted - Miss | Graham. ^BCRN A.  tions I (ff Hospital and "<i),--f*o team wltat -<c-P�� <^2^- se-  Farms.- cencetning " uses of ) .3kea to support Xfrs. Nichols,.  land and buildings,within the farmer matron cf St. !��Ia.--'-  municipal boundaries. cThe fHospitiL ' . .  pocuons "/within the "sscsions f A general  deleted-"were: tOt other than 3 u "i j  j-  for " the - treatment rcf   inebri- 1 *  ir.eet.r_g   w;i.  ��t  tr:-  vs  ce  cf  Mr  ates, infectious, and contagious  I gecitelt c-.-zi  diseas2s;--��nd   (i)   Farms. "Sird  other "-rural uses, provided  however- ''that .such, uses sfcal-  na:   J3e  conducted  en   parcels  E:   M::r;*'  West  is- '.hsr.  fl\e  acres, ir. area.  GARAGES PROVIDED FOR -  Clause six was amended to  :-provide far  arage or other  auxiliary; buildings- to he ccn-  _ struct ed a: the rear of a property.      I  In. commercial " districts,  clause 7 (If conrerriing definitions cf commercial uses wul  be discusesed with the research  and regional planning branch  in  Victoria. Council   feels  the  I All RN*? *-����� -iv.t---c t att^-c.  j A short. Mm '_.*. ?�� w _ ^r^~  j and  it* etiVct cr. *.--'-----2     ��:.-  "j be sftewn-  j    ;  .:.   The-     ext^r-^l-vt-     ^nccur,ce5  I the loan. CjJpiyk^'z ".--   v,-*7-  re-  t i-eivec.   Tti^   4 3-c-* tr.^i    i!_e-,--  I are   &vaiIab"��J"! t^    tne  -pucuc^  i free   cf   crfergt���thre*- ^ wheel-'  i chairs.   \xdp^r&.   uriiuils-'"asd  ^ cc-mmcde5- iTr^c   h.>^it3.i   c^ci  ! is .no-*,' in. liseL  PTins. are  un-  f cerwav to fcufichiie. a walker-,  ! Enquiries' *o��ld   be  mad^  tn  I Mrt.   T. "LimiJ-  ESS.-Kits. .Mrs.  7E.   Aidred to-93a9.  and   Mrs.  \ F.  Westail 1 ��5*7.354.  mmmszmgmsm,  , ,. .      L . ...... 11 ��� ���������>   ���rri Page 2 The  r  '000000000000W00000000000000000000000000 90000000000000* I  Secheet! ?��ZmSXKjtffHe&  Sechelt Pen  insula Times, WedJ,1 Jan  Published V 'ejl.oesdqys b\  ���Secheft.YP6nin!:uId Times  Ijtld.,. ot  -     f ,  Sedhel't,, B.C  G^pss Circuit ition, 3v600 cjd[r>ies  Classified Advertising Rcjt|e$:  ,3-tine AdBri  One Insertion  Three insertidjis  Extra tines. (5  fid  ��� sequehi  ���eoch. 25ci D sc  COMING  SECHELT  mere'e. at  g'o-n Hail,  per   pefson  p.Hl.  15-words)  jrdsO-X,  _���2Sc  Box Numbers!  If ^poid Befort jpublieaticrri,  count of 25c be Y AdBpef i >  ed:'- Semi-Pisfelly;   Super-p;  and Blue  CMp"(Display   1  ii ch  Legal Notices:  17c -per cour t : me (5 wor||s) first  insertion,! 3d fjer count; line sub-  insertionS.  ������ Storms keup  Hydro bjisy  WELlrBlIILT   2   Bit' spht-le  Vel  home I with  basement,  firepldce. steambath. Beautiful w aterfrojU lot* ��� vith float.  .-85c  -1.70  .._i5c  ex,tro>  o dis-  ���ollpwr  isplay,  Phone  bour.  PEtiJfTJER      Harbou:  vievr lots. JAccessiile by car  and boat. Wharfage  City  ammenities. Prices from  Terms., Sechel  50 per 7 Ltd.  JJS5-2161,  9 .  FOR  Deia^iliit^|r;'tomrdqy;-:5-p.m. J - -.  ^iibSc||p tion ';Rates*7j ���'".;"  10c perilfiopyf^c^H'^���'*'11'- Wr\  carrier); SS.up per, yeatf. w^   <  '^ ���c,b'd'|dnce.-'������-.    7"7"'  Card bffi-77*"n}<MJks, -".'Engagements,  Deaths, gitthp,7'n Memoriae*,;'Coming Eyeh^/ E;c;;Per|nsertic^;(up to  40 wbrds): $ L25;'extra7w"irds>73'c  AND  DENTf  unt it pai  p(jb|jcatioh;.-,,-'  <*SNfS  'nit  4-piece  Social  EYANGEagg:  at   Pgmfe  amber o  al  banqu  ijSam  jt"lHa��fbour  nacle, .$3^^21*26, '7- .  ery ev||||f||,4id>l:r5 SfeS?^  morn"  FOR  883-2352, Pe  ider  Har-  5069-9  ALL   ITYPES  SUBJPICE INCLUDING LIFE  HEXltfH  A11D   ACCI-  AND.-REAL  AND .RENTALS  mg  SAL  large  available.  Agencies  5086-8  OF   IN-  STORMS  "   kept'BC  After* the  was received  tribution  6:25   sun.  dUiaring hi  circuits,   as        :  cuits. mainly  near  the  Sound area to I resit ire  to  customers  quick y.  At 8:15 a���tn. most customers  had their power service restored. Extensive carnage in  certain-: areas Isuch as . WU-,  "b^ingon's Xandfag. with'.dozens of breaks of -the conductors And trees blocking the  road; kept cnews *w jrking until 6:,30- pan. ^'hen > all customers had* service" restored  and roadways' were- cleared  from downed pole* and conductors.   "        \  ..*.'���'������ -X^y<flri  'f  >V,�� :'Y-*���."', .   :r.Sf,"V.Jvv.'  Lions form  ABOVE are members of the Powell River Lions Club and  members of the newly formed Sechelt Lions Club.  Lions foifm Sechelt Club  ESTATE  '���������JSdntaut:  , Officii |B8&-206|5, or  Evejs: E'  E.  AGdETT  Box (3  Army officerf to-T VAC .rookie guardt "No. n>, Privtae  Hoskins. no! Not 'Sitop or I'll  scream!' .���{. . Just 'fralt, who's  there?''  S'urtees 885-9303  rtJ._   oo=   once  885  /jvjSENC  -2066  THE formationl of a Lions  Club in district������ 19A was.  held in the Tottra Room, Sunday. As a sponsoring clubi  Powell River hiye set ahlex-l  ample of terrific and. varied  services. If the Sechelt Lions  can follow in their footsteps,  they can be sure of another  club that will really put their  ES LTD.  Srjchelt, B.C.  5084-tfn  f  9 NA^NY GOATS  one  McCrea   885  %"SHEETI(NG, jmik cedar���  $35   BIT   Good   fir  Hemlock 2xf $39 M  Place.   Davib;  Bay,  2132  2 BIKES,*v^y good  also  ^- *��"**'*  ISOtaS*��:'   wood  |V*- '' I a  .^,^��ii*��fj-j^��.f  PETPLSQtM^st,  ss^yt-  cash; *Saf '���  Simpkins  Ph'one 885-2132.  SLIP   eoye|S{ ,madev.to*  Fori '"more7, , ^for.  please IcalUMrs  Ph. ;885-M4h .  WANTED  WANTED  Phone'V885-203I7s  Oj&ev.  ^JorinatToij,  td Kent  5063  one. 7wo.od  WORK WANTED  Place.  tfn  5 048-  -:-*e<3A.l*-. ^  "���"^Fcrm N:  lathe.-  5058-6  billy.  ^2079.  ��� 4 milk-  Offers.   Ph:  5060-6  boat.  T1CES  4-  $90   M.  Simpkins  Ph.   885-  5057-tfn  SHyRloiN TV.  Sales and Service  RADIO��� APPLIANCES  Phone 885-9605  Scows 4��� Logs  SECHELT  TOWING  condition  flat-bclttom   ply  Ph. JBJ?!?;2681.! '  LTD,  nsuronce  H. B. GORDON &  _ KENNEBT-""'  Real  Estate pnd  5068-(5"--.-V-'7-     ' .      Phonesl:    .  -.-  -        88M��3l 8^2191  PEDI  r'l5 (Sectiorf40^  Lft,ND AC  SERVICE  iraptors  RbY'S  Now   three   sizc^i"-:Of  and many .' peci^niaclTJines to  handle^ -aci-eaje^ifo  --garden  ';       plot; - and ^awn^.    " j ,  -   |    '7R%D-TILLINGi r   .;   I  Tiib beBf'^SyJ-tb prepare soi*j  Plovrtng;��h sklng.  Cultivating  Light Blade  Work  an[l  Gra-  -      r- ding. J   7-:  Mowing     hiy.r   Weedi,     and  ;   small  brush. J  -     .���, 4-^--. -   ..;;ii'.  .,_     ,  Power' liakihg - Lawns ' * '  Have your J awn ^renewed by-  removing djead grass]- imoss  and i jmowem elippingl,- and  .allien power;. fcwept and] fertilized' To have a good lawn  you need th|s service lit least  >,- '   ' *:twi'c|   a"- year. I .  ���   R��Y ribLDERSOfM    "''?  Please   phone-eveningk only7  '-������:������  -7 ^f'-- :'  I   "'  5044-tfh:  CNottpO of Iptention to Apply  to Purchase Land  In t,and ,^lecordm{ District xjf  ^v"anc!>uver land, situpte iSastXot i  Seeheflt Inllet.  at ilauriceh  chelt. B.C.,  se maiv in-  rmissioh tp  ' TA 'SE NCfTICE tl  . Earl Heinstr-e^orS'  .Occur; ation^Warehoij  teiids to apply for pc  puret use thje followipg descrlb  edriandst-ij,-;  5078  Commencing at a  ed ai N.E." corner (  Lot    7071   thence  "chains;- the|riet*-"South  r*  UIIST  E. qjimpbell  bus stop  9778  "Eveningjs by ap >pintrr*ent  TELE^IS  Mrs. F  Selrho Park;  Phone  ON  SALES & S RVICE  PJELlkBl-k - F ^OMRT  RICHTER':   f.V.  ;      & RADIO  Sechelt, B.C. - Pk  ��� bst plant-  it Block A  East   23.48  5 chains;  FIREPLACES]  '      PLANTERS  Fj6UND.  r ifai  A.'SlMPKjjN-i  thence.West!23^8 cljains,- then-  ce-Ncrth 5 (chains a  ing it acresj mere c  Th<; purpose for  laiid is required is 1  :liau:i-ice Earl  Dkted December J,  pub.  Yoi* cannot  mak|e  safety^ cariipaign  gans,  BOARDS, ROOM  AVAIL.  Phone 835;Bf78  FOR  REN  in Sedhe|t area,  5662-7;  SfilflWA'-PAfilK  - Sake.  kitchen.   Ba  Bctx  273  2 bedroom  waijterf roht,    i nodern  hroonjt,. oil   stove.  S<HcheltlTucl|ier.     .  5059-6  BOATS &  IKES  OLD stjihil20 ft. ;boatt ^j*,-ith'��a  bin and 4H<^lekerfjjnt*  Ph  .683-2385 atyf$*g^*''���*-*  Bee. 18,  id cpntsrin-  r less.  which  the  6mesite.  Heihstreet  1963,   tan 8-15-22  v-e da, th  but   , .  -slogah can! jfielp a~  campaign,  i  SW^MSpN  Septic Tonics ond  .1 Buljldo*  Bockhoo ond flront End.  ,':   Loodcr VI ork  Screened Cem :  Fill ond Roa "  ���PhonoJ88  Box 172 -  & SALV/iGE LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving  '& Log lowing  L. HIGGS  Phone -885-4425  ���    '    -    .     '[������   ���     -.    '     -  SECHELT AGENCIES  LTD.  Representing.----*���''  travel Headquoiters t  LTD.  885-9777  TIONS  LS  - 885-2132  Rl-^ervatiohslond   Cor,-,pt��7>e  Colt 885-2161  Phone Sechelt 885-9669  PENINSULA  BUILDXHG SUPPLY  "The House (With A Hearf"  E. J. Caldvrjell, Propbe>or  Box 97 - Sechelt, B.C.  >, ; ��� i - ,  CARPENTRY  Houxeframirig -Finishing  All Kinds of Carpenter Work i  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 886 2808  a traffic  Out   of   slO-  ink a good  ood safety  BROS.  Drain Fields  ���9  if Gravel  Gravel  9666   I,  eehclt  SIM ELE  Electrical Co  C LTD.  itrocfors ,'  Appliances fr Electric Heat  Phone 885  u.  5085-6  Sunshine  IIERMI m  EAffL'S COVE SUBDIVI^IOfM  A(J|aceht to Ec rl's Cove Ferry terminal orj  Coast ifiighway  Beautiful view of Jervis In let. Excel-  le��it fisping anc boating. Good site for mote and boat  ;" rentals.      .   L      ���'  WyNTERFRONT LOTS $3|5io  VIEW LOTS FROM 31800  \$% dbwn:*Ed$y terms on balance. Di^cbun  BRITISH AMERICAN  j OIL 4o. LTD  ^Fuel Oil - Goso|ir>e - Oil Prcductis  ' VV. A. Pajrsohs, Agent'      >  Phone 885-2016  Wharf Road, Sechelt, B.<5,   ,  2062  for cash.  >flc  ���,    The ffinest In  FLOWERS  For All ;Oceosttons  ELDRED'S FJLOWER^HOP  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  Phone ^85-4455  lauriIe SPECK  SHEET IvJETAL LTD..  Oil Heating - Furnaces  ��� I   Shee|- Metal  GIBSONS, B.C.  Wtone 886-9961   ;���j-u. ;;:; '   '"���.���  *   Stuccoinrj - Piaster ing  Gyproc Joint Filling  Cemelit Work  iby  N. SCHOENEWOLF  J'hono 886-2862  ClBNhUNGHAM  AMBULANCE SERVICE  l haw^ooNbay  Emergency arid ncn Emergency'  calls. Soccial rates fee old-age ;  penlsicners- '  885-9927  heart  into  "Service."  Lion's cbjectiv.es are to help  thefblind, improve: social afnd  recreational facilities of the  community, promote educa-,.  tioti,. ..prevent' juvenile delinquency, provide programs* of  health and welfare, and they  are: a member agency of  CARE. j  Selma Park  animal meet  ���THE annual meeting of Selma  Park Improvement district  will be held on January 28  for the purpose of passing the  annual financial .i' statement  and discussing business per-.  taining to the operation of  the district- The 'electiont of  twp trustees, each for a term  of ; three years, will also be  :r necessary at this annual  'meeting.   ���  '   '"     ",  Those who\may vote and  Who may be elected as trustees must be owners of land in  the improvement-: district, be  Canadian citizens", 21 years old  or older, and bs�� 'registered as  -���a^votcr under the Provincial  Elections Act.  As some properties have  changed hands during the  year, these new owners should  check -with- Mis. B. . Duval,  secretary, as to whether their  . name "IS" on the voters  list.  Since' the 'district was incorporated, a yearly grant has  been made for fire protection,  and two additional street  lights have been added to the  system.   '- _      -  S.D. 46 vote  on Saturday  SATURDAY*.. Jan. 25, the  board of school trustees pre-  sehts its S339.000. referendum  to; thi? owner-electors of  Scfhool Dis-tnct  No. 4(i.  jSo no voter will miss the  opportunity of voicing their  opinion, -PTA's throughout: the  district Iiave arranged trfuis-  portation for allteiectorsJ .  :For Fiance's: Peninsula  phone 883-230*};-: Sechelt 885r  9555;, Halfmooh Bay-^any  member of the improvemont  association; Roberts Creek  8?3-2fil9; Gibsons' 880-0991.-  Publicity cluiirman, Celia  Fisher, advises there is an er-  roi' on the property acreage  in- the buHetin -seht out by the  board. Propp's property is  1.58 acres, and the English  ..acreage is 1:58 for the small  piece joining the: present Gib-  sOhs Elementary property and  thm Crosby-Sniith-Johnston  property, and the balance of'  the JEiiglish property available "to the board is 4.09 acres.  aB00.Hs@-asaa  Phone  ,r.,��sk**-���r* *-*�� x ���&w^*��mi^m*m#m'm*0&-'*tt**-v ^j*^i��?^*>��fr,*flW!M��'*^rt**.-����*i:  'OyT1  flSSlIHOiaiSSBHSS  4  .r  :v  Ix^tf �����>J��jtJ^��.*��j^*-Ji f��i*^t*i :%��� >^-*.at^t.  .. .wk-;jus-i'.'if ntt&. ���a tuae. * ���;��  \i  t  1:  .!,! . -:    * "-....!  mm �����!���.������'���   ��������������� iv ��� ��� ��� ���'i-.'wrf  Mt*,*"^**g'*t,'r*'|g''.f'g^'^^V'%^'%''^ 'XsHfA-'J^i"1 Kh!SVSrs'uSfilX" Z'Si-J" ri*,'-'"^.VJ.^..tjF,lj  fr*7*-.-- - ->���������*I.��� .-.OH Y^^iy&^^U^:^:^^^-v^^^^^^^^S^^^^ ���*�����*���  J'.j  #���  : ��  The Sechelt Peninsula Times, -WW, Jan. 22, 1964 Poge 3  Pender Harbour ...  Fbt  sam am  d Jet  sam  By Bunny Smith {- jf"^  IT WOULD seem that ir wc's a quiet week .ri'Prjnder. Ccul  -be that the inclement'wectfter had c btc.nnafcn th.  Even St   Mory's drew a.blank in the ne-* citizen" dry-isFc!  Who wants to be bcrn irra aaie"* \ -7-  - Mrs-. John ;MacKiy of Frances- Peninsula.. - i^ recovering.  from surgery* and ,socn. will  be leaving- St.. Mary's to return, -to. faer.homc- where shi  will be ab'y'csrM-fer by'her  daughter. B?ttv Klein.  Quite   some  Sinclair    Bay  mer-  -About  Douglas     Sr.  leave   Floyd's  en     Thursduv-  1233 \George;  atlsmp&d     ti'  ficat.   A   ful.-.  m^m^^xxx ******  Some Catch  THIS huge shark weighing nearly 450 lbs-, -was caught in  deep water near Pender 'HarBeur.'Shown holding up  the vicious jawsis^John Wray, an early pioneer from Nelson Island.       ,", .. ���  Born in 1859 .... . ~~ *   '-������" :-   -.-'"   -  John Wray, early  district pioneer^  (Capsule history frorrTNarrarive HistoVy of Pender Harbour  City Archives, by Robert F. Donley)  THIS hardy, whiskered, old gentleman may welf be  recognized by his many descendants as one of the area's,  earliest pioneers.  "John Wray," says his daughter; Mrs.-*  Edmonds, "was a Lincolnshireschooimaster born in 1859."  The date of his arrival, in BC   - ~"������ = :   is somewhat obscure, but^  sihty  itx "tHt*  fledged gslelwai: blowing _and"  rain pelting down, in -shtet?.-  Bzfcre a-bhftk cf an. eye,- the  -wiH3~"tIpped u%er his boat end  she filLd v.*;-.. ��.U:.r. Gt-%rt-.  wis trapped :.i :>. catia. If.  sirissr.edL i.te est ~ - w"lr.dr.v-  aril yelled for %e p " Bill q.-x  Wilroa -Th-���.p-cn and J.r  Lave were j^' r>.t-���..n^ ifvr  Madeira P^r< in t;-.-.- :ue N-it  aima TiLicn:���.v. i;h th_L-. Iceboat ir, tow. '* . -  Over the hc*7 bf the -<��.r,c  they^Stsrd thS -cf.ee far he'r  and "Were aire*. to* "rt-*ca-;  George and t.$t t^&t. Gv���~<  didn't win th*iv birtf s tut' :i.  was really tfcf'. kickir^t. person in. Pender} HJarbour.  r>BS��^l^--HeiUar*^^was*-f bornr1 -tfwm - to  set out from Vancouver .with  his wife about 1894 to row to  the   head   of- Bute   Inlet,   no.  doubt to settle in one of the  original townsites of "Vancouver, surveyed "on the flat at  the head of Bute Inlet. This  townsite was later abandoned  because of. lack of suitable  railroad passes from the interior." - 7  They landed' at Billings Bay  ' on Nelson Island, a -beautiful,  "small  harbour, comparable to  ra salt-water- fake and accessible only at slack water of" a  small   violent   tidal   narrows.  The. fantastic quietude during the absence-of her husband 7away.-fishing, broken  only byjthe^cries of birds,,was  too miich for Mrs. Wray. They  moved to Quarry Bay, where  a daughter, .the  present  Mrs.  -Itj-f ,of    the    present    Sinclair  Bay,"    where    Mrs.     Edmonds  'wa3~-��>orn. Mrs.  Edmonds  was-  possfdly  the  firs:  white, child  bom m  Pender Harbour.  After a brief sojourn in  Pender, they moved, to * Eg-  menti* and thence back to Nelr  son Island where they settled-  permanently in 1905.  - John led a varied and colorful career and was an' outstanding character in the pioneer days of Pender Hartwur  and vicinity. Here he is pic-  lured with a 450 pound shark  caught in deep water outside  Pender Harbouf-  - Dgceased in*" 1941. John  Wray's descendants are legion,  and "ace  in   all   areas ; of   the  Peninsula    front    Pender    to  Gibsons. -  Farewell party  held for Kehoes  A FAREWELL party wai held  on.- January'- II for Mn. and  Mrs���rR. Kshce. long lime residents ".of Hillside, at- Seaside  H-teL-Ssra^-gS friend* attended?- and Mr. Harold Stewart  presented Mr. and Mrs J Ke-  hc2 with a clock-radio oh be~  half of "those present. Ah en-  jareble e%"3niiis . was .spent  and refreshments war? served in th2 hate" dining room.  ME" and Mrs. Kehoe are going to Live in Maiy- HIiI7Co-  quitlam. J  Mr. Robert Watson*;] pat^  ents. Mr. and Iitj. T7|Wat-  soa left Vancouver by jzi Sat-  urdsyY January 11 ar.d arrived 4n their- home^town^Dun-  -dee.-ScotlaSSon th�� marrur-.s*:  visiting their so- and family  since Jur.^ 1333. Mrs. T| Watson spent t-wo weeks in j Saint  Paul's Hospital in Vancouver  before" she returned home.  Egmont news   j  THINGS   are   very Juliet   in  this   little, community   just  new. What with all the gal  and. rain, it- isn't .any wonder.  The      Egmont    ComrauiiLy  club   is   starting   a  drive   far  .new   Inembers. - Visiters^ wJ.  be  most welcome- at  the annual   meeting   to' be   held   in  the  Egmont  Hall  February 2  ���at 2 p.m.      *        ' . |  -Mrs. Emily Jeffries isl visiting her daughter.. MrsJ Forrest Johnst^n^Er Salierv Bay.  While there she hopes tb visit her three great-great grandchildren in* Poweli River.  we do have a  * ft   *:  PAINTING AND BODY WORK  FREE ESTIMATES  j. ' -   ���" ��� -    " *  *k 'John .Bean' Front'End Alignment  Equipment'.  it Ditzler Paint Finishing Machine able  to blend, match any color ,\  < . or'^shade.  . ;  PENINSULA MOTOR PRODUCTS (1957) Ltd.  Box'220, Sechelt ~ I: The Nome That Means A Good D^ai  Chevrolet oismobile, Pon��oe,Jaick - Chevrolet and GM.C. Tnicks  !Sfi8fiSS5a35W*i^!r:,^S*Sf^  SECHELT: -I    C��b��o���� Kerdware Lfd.  Parker's Hardware Ltd. :K * ���:   GISSONS:  Phone 885-2171     . Phon4 886-2442 ���  -I  3    u���,.,    ���   ��� * . i    . ������?���"���"���'-:'���  :".*:'- '. :������-���--��� '- * " *; ���  a * -  Sechelt  . i  The Time  To Talk of Many Things;  Wednesday, Jamiaiy 22,1964  of Shoes, Ships, SettUng^Wttx  &  t  4*  ivis;  JOSHUA bldw the trilimpet and the wjalls daine  ' tumbling down, jn out national land;local  batt]e* tor integration,; itf will not be quite!that  simple to destroy the invisible wall thai has  separated our native and white populatibn  " The first blast haibfeen sounded by I the native  ���women of thi Sechelt -fes ?rve in their formation of  .the Homemaxers' club.  A naticjn or a viSHage-eannot rise  e  'el of its homes, Mere we  women determined; to imprbv^  Jmes. To educate a woman!  haw  above the  is'tc  oji the tradition  Man\akes history bu[t wcjman is history  hand  Cabbages, Kings  ��tiwir  'I may be wrong,  but I shall not be so wrdtig  to fail to sayu '  what I Relieve to be right."  ...   ���John Atkins  a small jjroup of  the level of their  educate a family.  (San Mateo Times)  "Twos Zero at -  Seclielt  The scene was natural beauty.  So great an Artist | would cheer,  The eliments strong, on diity,  At Sechctt, first month of year.  The snow was deep, crisp and  cven^ '    '   ;  It's surface was not much chur��  ncd.  Perhaps it was for the reason,  Temperature-Zero, we learned.  The   trees   without  blossom.  leaves   or  Siklet us extend the hand of friendship to. these ���  ZTnXl anxious tof p^the lot of their AS H^ a* ^f^^ ^erc no, now standi so bear,  lo|vedVes and to educate tfeirfaughters to carry paSrTd   educators   have ���� �����*��* >now fron* ">? ���� ^  been   attacking   the   "tyranny; '..-i   torn, -  of the examination."  The  ar- :On branches, twigs, everywhere.,  guments  ^re  familiar.  Examinations cannot *beiThe sun was -not- on us shining,  true testsi of! knowledge. Suc-jTwas chidden [somewhere up  cess   depends   too   much   onr       therer  ven whin itl does, the Grant- cramming and memory; therec An<j some of us were pining?  veu-.w-ffu-m  ^ luck j    ihe choice of ques-;���    .������ Jt u,u,u ~,atm<Lr_  le hi ore traffic than it g^-f1  sobie; studerfts  q"fs*; Hoping it would Teappeiar.  suffers '  t'was good to see  V  THE: HAZARD of the Grantham's bridge Which old North' Road  affects Wrv resident on the Penirisulais^qnr' hams bridge will si ...      A   ,   ���>���>  vuhicH ^hnulid nbt be bermittedto contihue. Every irf equipped to bear, What a&0Ut thejocai residents from -n^ve^ and are not at:        ���.,  which shouUd not De ^*^l"^;"^u"T^*I1 .X COmmutine m Gibsons? ofmillworkers commut- their best performance thru-- Thc ���  car owner Has to cro<js his narrow br Wge ojn the jorntnuting toe^���\    1   , busses^rry"ng bus out the   erm  is, a better in-        ������V\  winding hOiway t*y�� to an^ from the ft# a fcg to Port MeUon. O'JgJ^JXS? ^ cvcn dicati��n * * stUdent'S ^ FlJ" the>^'r^vmg ��u*,hcr*'  Langdale. School chitdien and other pedestrians  t&eteir.llv**^ Nonetheless,   there   is  evil? Mem.  to cross thik bridge,1 vVb ch is barely wide enough  for two cars to pass. '���    - ��� -    '  ��� BverylindjviduaJ imd ^organization on -the  peninsula Jhpuld cons der this bridge his) own  problem aridTput the i pressure on the department  of highway-p widen)it in lhie with improvements  made on. o her parts pf the highway.  The a gumenf that the'highway will eventually bypass this portion of road is really not valid.  Som'eday,  *io doubt,-jtfie highway wilf go up the  Are they to be-Sw3i 'curllv"! ornwiha ence thaf4he public confuses Some danger perhaps was near.  lippery bridge on a bati.curyc  forn  community that pours so  government coffers in the  ige, excise, gas and S.S.i|& "N  o better-treatment than this  Start a barrage of letters  jineer*, W. M.  Underwood,  North Vancouver arjd to jour  muctiVeyenue into the rea]  <e  sfotne  years   ago  ! much interest  grave demanding aetion On this bridge in 1964.  ��w  that only  in the year  -IT  USED  to  be,  businessmen t      ^  ahead, when-January came upon the sclene. Toda  with mbrel.mone/iSn! tjh^vdragei^jofcketbbok to  spend, thd average; man-is/interestet. in i* what's  abend.'* -Tbis, is not ojnlly the result of more money  to spend cir itvvcsti tivA Vjecuvlse- the   jvcrMge man  ^^mnf^^furm^K^com wmrmm'  ftnbwledgiable abdu|t the ,economy bf which he  is; a parf.iHe knows in W, lor instance, that a job  at S3 an nouir and?'a|)b a^: Sf *an hcur can mean  exactly the san^- ^juse?ible incom *v, dejjiending  dh;where fie liveS.." ��� .1 i        \.   '   ;j  The new year, f96**, loo|cs-god( 1 for idi concerned.-The old year racked up impressive gains  in many, fields for most people* and this set a  stage dressed with ojmim'tsm for the [coming year.  But while the new yjaar looks good,! it could also  mean soime darigeroup implications Ifpr following  years.���, i '   , -' I  With a hew yeiiMooking boomjy, it could be  . one Of those exeiting periods whejn people become too 6ptimii-t|if, start living it up, and.  eventual y get oyercj^tended|. If enough p^opleT'do  this, then a slowdown is inevitable wljlile they  catch their breath.  Surely a growing  success   iln   examination   with  learning. The truth  timber stump- this is often demonstrated by  X is entitled university graduates, partifu-*  - larlv in ^rts,-who���if they re-  to the/district en- member their course--can re-  Vnn ��a ��� c. . Peat parts of it but seem un-  690 Mam btreet, abie to draw on that breadtl?  M.L.A. Tony Gar- Df   knowledge   that   generates  see the snow  of when next you  falling,  this record for you t'was felt,  May   help   your   memory,   recalling. .  WhenL "T'was Zero at Sechelt"  $  months. The present rise is now 36 months old;  leconemists Jeer that the d>ldcr it gets, the greater  the chance of a turndown |or a levelling-Off  original   thoughts   and   makes  the  truly educated man.  There is confusion  in  ultimate, alim of education. If  it is to create  Bacon's  "fulle  man," a cultivated individual,  one cast I in something resemb  This -^  the We're in a tWong all day long  That moves at'a-frantic pace  We work, and fret and worry  and sweat  We fools of the human race  || we'd get out anSimove ��about  J,  ling\ thfe    Renaissance   mold.  The War babies oi'l"|46 imd 1947-���a record then we must realize that we ^ ���.. __. _..  croo���are now 18 ahd 1*3, arid'either lookifjg for cannot ^achieve it through cap- A, a morc leisurclyAstride  iobU; seeking higher trkAg. This means they ^feS ^iTX <��� * "** **���� instead of  J*^*JSi��^^E^����-J^4^&fe^^^^  much-to thev-econoijrtli4tpen itng stream; ��n an- memoryj,    7 Our troubles would .subside  other 5 years, as they become job-holders and    Far tbo -V   fexaminatit;^ In this age of hate and ^c  marry, they will add their impetus, but that is are  baiied strictly  upon   th# Set a few 7>ours aside     ���;  not yet due. j ���      .      more rpechanical  functions of Not to sit and stare; get ojut of  Mortgage debt is fenk, but not. for new memorf When learning is like     lherc * ���  housing. This means 4 people who haveVpaid SS^^SSrS Go ^ among.thc..fl��*e��  off all or substantial pant oka mortgage lo'ah are den, then not only eduction  Iry to "cc 'he-harmony  re-bormwing to use the tponc y for other purposes, but   examinations,   too,   are Of nature as you travel  either to finance college, vacations, or automobiles, but    navigation    tests    of    a Set your soul free of till worry  This simply means  thk  new  credit  has been straight course. A little irite-l- And let yOur mind unravel  T   hsenceHind   a   good  memory-,hi, remedv wasnt^-en to me  serve. : %       ���  | By a witch or esil ipirit  But -Hi Uie jqy of a small town  hoy.  And every day 1 hear it.  injected into thc econojmy-, which could, if un  checked, have an inflation'  date. The- sanie effect occurs when a man retires,  sells his house, and moves  buyer makes a small d<|wn  mortgage, and inflationary ctedit is again created.  veiled off noticeably,  a high level of mort-  f\*  V.''*  ii  *���  f  t The antidote Would be to remain-immune to  mob psveh$ogy, tojkecp from getting, too dccpN-  in debt, while taking moderate aavantajgc of the  good tin ics ahead,   j 7  Fair feather isignal^arc flying" right now  because people's' jncomes have I bec*te rising fa  little fastcr-jthah tie cost of livihg. Apd peopk  have the feiling/fhat now is a tinje to bu,y. While  over-all] unanplo>t|jlcnt is high, and will IcOntinJie  to rise pecabse the big post-war cropJoV, kids are  now around 18/^eiits old and seeking/jobs, nev�� r-  theless uheroplqyfflient among mature- marri:d  men has been dropping and is at jits lowest rate in  six yeals; these men 'make up the mass of bread*  winner^Who qess Ithe backbone of the economy.  Industrial ^pducijan has been gradually rising  for the pastkfiree years and machinery is wprkng  closer p cafjacitjl j Profits, which: have been lagging behind" pxe ejqonomy for some years, turiied.  up at tme- elbsfe o\ the year, due largely; to more  moderate^demknds from labor for wage increases  and this creates a climate in which' btisjincsshten  are mbre likely te jp in for building of new plants  and mpdern.i^tio i of old ones^_which spells more  jobs i|l| arotinfi thdJcjfrcle. Inventories in manufac-  ilant's are down, ahd this is a good sign,l  ea^is full-time work if people continue to1  vhich t|sy arp definitely i going to do for^  me yetr*' :.7   ,       ' ������ i'  hose arfe't^^ fair-weather signals. There ire  ess visible, ^ut just as sigiifleant; develop-  that could (mean this boc my feeling go x\d  degenjirate after ^year or so,!       *��-���'���  ne..of-Jh*?se| thingsJs|the pure|^,statist|cal-  iact that the ecohpitiy has moved ahead not in a  straight line, but Sin a series of hops. The 1954  ris^lasiecT 35. mjinthsj the 1958 rise lasted 25  With house prises having le  and in many cases declined,  gage debt is not desirijiblik  try effect at a later  to an apartment; ihe  payment, takes out a  The   little   place   where   1   was  raised  For me will^lwayv hold  The stock markctjis 'another flashing signal more and more 'bon^orrdUt'"^!? ^ Mcmol'cs ,h8f ���*Ail! 'li^aV's bc  to watch. At4 its present high levels, it should be the d;(iy, it's pleasant "to run Worth twn-e as .miicb ah gold ,,  treated with Vespectf, arid those tempted to go ajl across|a- case like that af Doc- j call to mind the wonderful  /  -     (Nforfolk Ledger^Stai1)  IN  A  World  that's  becoming  out would, be wise to iinvest on an intervaf basis^  to take advantage of averaging-out practice.  ; This cautionary n  B.  by .babbling  Doc-B   is   a   German   shep-  i- jt^i        .       i    herd   who   was. beipg   trained  tc   s applicable not only by Rl^hn^nfi-S poll^ depart.  toujnvestihg,  but to a|ll ,financial planning this nrent jfer the. K-9: Corps. But  year. 1964 could be a boon ly, frothy year. If that he hajd a strange personality  is s.0, then-it would be wise to buck the. trend, twist.1  to keep from getting [too dc|jply in d6bt,  and     Doc|B was just as likely to  prepare for one of the breathihg spells that come bark jhappily* when   he   was And make you feel at home  times t  When wc would laugh and play  .In shady n-ok,  brook  In the small lown where I -stay  A place where folk will! laugh,  Unci joke  to 4II growing ccc  |1,:S ir^zt'-,���������'  mXs-itJi,  some  ment:  omies fnjm time to time.  'MinfEtgf Messages  supposed to growl. When: he  was |supposed to bare his  teeth   and   charge   a   man   in  training,   nobody   knew   whether ijie'd end up wiagging his  tail5 aind  licking  hands  all  a-  round;  -���Aftbf   people   are   bothered   by     He   just   wouldn*t   do.    He  thosk passages oj Scripture they waan't   nearly   mean   enough.  do hot understand; but .''.', the Sdv tlje   police   sold  Doc-B  at  passages that bother me ~ure those aucticm  and  he brought  $150,  /-dd-understand". ��� Mark Twain offered    by    a    man    named  -'    ' ' Jesse j Vauglian.  ^...    ~| " But)    if    this    little    story  SOME have observed that the Bible is thc world's best provels that there's a place  seller and also the best dpk collector. To m3ny it is, in^ the world' even for non-  "nice" but not practical*"'or reliable enough to guide, a confo|i-ming 'German shep-  modern world. To meet to-day's most pressing'niseds herd^ it a.lso, proves that  .�� ��� ; .   ,.     I -.-   ,      j ���    t   ��� A     theret are still people  around  it must be historically tjuc,  Kactical and in harmoW who , place   a * high   value   on  with, proved  science.   Thus   it  can   speak   for   man\s understanding "- and    affection  Creator. : \ and gentleness.  Careful study reveals thai it meets these standardsA fn^eed, if there were only  In J5L3 B.C. long! before thtGreeks wer'c worjdering enouteh of that kind of people  what held up Atlas,; Mosifs wrpte, "Ho hangeth the earth hi    fie    world    today,    there  IS THE> BIBLE Ai REL1ABI4 GUIDE  tipon hodiing*"''"(Jt.b*26tf7  *)  small point'perhkps, but WP^f*?^" wouldnV ^   an:  it points to the Bibta as a rel iable guide from the hand ^Ij  of a loving God. ���J shovah's Witnesses, Sechelt out  ���jj shovah's Witnesses, Sechelt out Pof-because he is so gentfter  to train any dogs in th"4  school    Doc-B    flunkec  A place that you must return  to  ttirough o'er the world you  roam '  I watched it grow from a little  "hole"  To a thriving, prosperous town.  ���Bruire Wilson  Sechelt IpEmnsuiAjitHeb  . Published Wednesdays  at Sechelt  on.B.C.'s Sunsliinc Coast  ,    by  Sechelt Peninsula Times Ltd.  :,    Box 381 - Sechelt, B.C.  Serving the area from  > Part Melton to Egmont  (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet)  '..Joan-Donley, Editor  S. B. Alsgard, Publisher  Subscription Rates:    ,  -"���---'���-     (in advance)'  1 Year, S5 - 2 Years, $9  3 Years $13  S  ^PT-  ��� MWJH 1' ������'������pun,,'Jl      ������������  ���?!' 'lfWi"iJ" ^'���^"'^, "������"I"1* mJ***   ' ji'J^i J ������! !��� m<mifmn 1/1 ��� 11 u|i|. l��i|��l��i 'IH1' 'W  ����� t��.��  41  - r    *  .   ������ . > v*.\  ���\.v:.r. -���.*.-  ~,U':!:lJ  TheTSechelr Peninsula Times,. Wed*. Jan. .22, 1964 Pe^e 5  _,=        -.-"-        " I - ;7 .  20Q paztygoers .f. .'.-"-". f , .  ^7"  -!  ;l  ;V*V* *,   -    ,mjL ,?:*��  !*,.���    -   *      J*    ���       X*    * .,',"'�� *^Jr ,  ���T*    -~*t. - .  ���    .*���-!>*.   J  :��� .     .'���     -^       -   ��� .���.   ..��� .".��v. *���  '.-**,  I**    "  :#������  r *      -   1  -   . -' v. ��� -  ��� ���   vVi    ���  �����". �����-.  �����   ���>'  -  -* J..  >**  f *���-' ,r  ���v--*��  4". ���?.  Uu  COMMITTEE .-. reports     and  plans for coming events  were of 7 interest to members  at Gibsons Hospital Auxiliary's -Jan. 9 meeting. .The  treasurer's report --showed that  funds for a rboiti- in^ the new-  hospital and a dithermy machine were increasing stead-  ily.     - ":-::t.  Christmas corsages, _which  were made by Mrs.. R. Mae-  donald,- netted the; .auxiliary  $82,97. -This group is fortunate in having7 such n~ witling  worker. Thanks- gcr^also to  Mrs.; J. Wyngasrt, Mrs.- Mac-  donald and ladies who donated aprons. These -sold * very  well with a financial gain of  $15.10. Since June, the Gift  Box. items have brought in  $71.36. Ladies hot belonging  to the Auxiliary, knit and sew * -Efficient Slasher  babx^srts^diatfeers,   nighties,    DEPARTMENT af Hiahwavs  jackets and many other items -j~ "^^^ <mciN * ��T nignways  to put in the^Gift Box. Thinks- ���"   "*   'u~"~    "' ~  go to "these women as well as  our own members for their  endeavours- '-���_.   : '  The 1 inch" cupboards at St."  Mary's ilospitat are stocked with baby wear, children's  pyjamas, operating shfeets and  gowns, towels, etc. and six  men's robes are soon -to be added. These ydtents and others  have ykept .Mrs.'.. Wjngaert's.  sewing committee busy and  their efforts.will soon be turning to the new hospital -��� as  it   progresses.   r\ -  Of. interest    to    everybody -day keeping  the  highway  in  is   the   Auxiliary's, Valentine   -shape. r  A Selma Park resident reports "that Saturday u��?i iiing  at six o'clock^ Jan. 18, a rod  department man .was-- busy  cleaning a ditch at an "inter-  oifieifii-^Piif h scene  ofr-NewvYears- frolic  agers. and thos4 ^ho. eirae. to  the! dance -andJttejis rnad-e. it  a success:* from ill points. Ftn-  anqtaliy '"we' .art- glad" to report that 'despite; the btsavy  expenditure" of] approx. JtfSS.  W��4"still .were -abie to she***' a.  net overage cf Si 15.  DEMOLAY- PARTY HELD  The    semi-arlnual    Demolay..  NEW YEAR was welcomed in with-riotous-tooting of horns    ff^ ,m?y ua\ X*[d *'- 'v*'?'~  and whistles by_ the more-than two-hundred happy    ^^ 'ho8*efcr % iC^ rratuky.  people at the frolic put on by the Ccmmun-ty Club in the  Community Kail at Madeira Park.   -        ~  The music was provided by  121 boys   playe<"    retrz'ras   sr.di  haa  lots of foo*t  crew are shown above  using a grinder device which  reduces roadside allowance  scrub to srhall piles "of easily  disposable- chips.. ��� ;  Highway crews  hard at work  RJ^roENTS of the peninsula  will be pleased to know- the  department      of      highways  Works   practicallj'   night   and  a-five pieceL orchestra, ffrom  Vancouver and the food w^s  an eye-bulging smorgasbord  of Jturkey. ham, bacon rolled  oy-sters, salads and all the farr-  ey trim in gargantuan; amounts, which during the evening slowly meited, into ob-  livison. Everyone seemed to  ..have ja^dandy time, thanks to  the splendid support grien to  the executive by the tnamy  r ladies, of the community w-ho  *~roasted"the turkeys made the  salads and" the men J who  shucked [oysters for hours, and  in ��very way responded %a the  call for help. The young people gave w^illingry and; happily of their time to decorate the hall and blew up  balloons by the hundreds. No  mean feat. Try it sometime.  * The executive wants jevery _-  oee who helped to "know how  . much it meant to, them and -;  e^eeiaily the gay spirit in '*  which all this help was; giyeiu  Poverty is  tuaiiy.  that's  goad thing -yo-v  poverty.  to   J���<grai*f�����ic-  aoout   the   only  can say about  ^^ggwgaCTm^a^Ema  It    ,w^s     indeed     wonderful.  Thanks everybody..  Thanks also to all the teen-  ��� ,\ ' "BUSINESS������--" r  Major OS Company requires agent For  Sechelt-Gibsons area  Reply to Box 3l��i  S<icfaelt Peninsula T$me*  giving phone number .ami amount  of capital afailable^ f        "    -.  Ail replies held in strict conffdehceT  Smorgasbord-Dahce," Feb. 15  in the school hall. Doors will  open at 7:00 p.m. and dancing  will  commence"  at  9:00., p.m.  Tickets at. $a each will be in      v  the hands of auxiliary mem^-sectionr His .truck "was" park-  bers soon.       ���; ed witb. engine  running  and  A    committee    headed,  'by' * lights- on -to w^arn  any  early -  Mrs. Ek  Sleep has plans  un--" tr^^ic.  derway for the annual spring No^r the BC Hydro have  fashion show. The date for jrtaved the power poles baclc  this event will be anhpunced/from th? rod to the edge of  later.- .   . ��� property    lies.__possiblj'..,,jnear,^  ��The   next- meeting   of ��� Ahm   ^YvnaxiM&ttW^ttrc^ir-ianiz   Ca  Aiixiliarj-   will   be Thdrsday. - prevent water ^fioodin^ on to  Feb. 13 and the executive will  meet  Feb.  6  at  the  home  of  Mrs. R. Emerson.    "  i\te to Contractors  Rides avdilable^-  T-HE Parents' -. Auxiliary of  Roberts CreeK wish -to advise that -anyone - wishing  transportation to the school  on- January 25 to vote on the  coming school referendum, is  asked to phone Mrs. R. Blom-  gren, 886-2619 before January  24. ��� Ask your   neighbors ��oo  come along with you. It'sjiot  the highway. This would eliminate the periodic mud  heap - on the pavement just  j>ast the blind curve at the  top-of the hill in Selma Park-  A, traffic hazard to say the  least. -." __-���."  CONTRACTS AWARDED  South Pender improvement  District announces contracts  2 (pipeline laying) and 3 ".revised) for concrete work have  been awarded. The successful.  contractorJias be����i invited, to  attend   the   trustees* -meeting.  SEALED TENDERS will be received bf St- Maprls  Hospital ^ocie^ty^for .a firm bid getteral corrtractl in-  Vl-.^tt^.g- j ��H     tni4*��-    foe     ��.K<=     co����truction.     <  Nurses* ^Residence at Sechelt, B.C.  ���.    |r����j^r  important   how   you   vote   so - of  January il  to  accept  the  long as you do..           _ contract in writing. After the   : ���;���= completion    of    this    official  FOR QUICK RESULTS business,   thc   name   will   be  BSE     TIMES -   CLASSIFIED made public                         '  MMMMMMlflMmm  MMHWUAMUHHH  ���.;    Attention  HILLSIDE GRAVEL WILL BE AVAILABLE  THROUGH X:l  ifonieis :  BOX 172, SECHEL+,  ON MONDAY OF EACH WEEK UNTIL FURTHER  ^NOTICE.        __  * . *  Prices will remain the same)Subject to change without    ;  notice^  i    LIMITED CREDIT  Phone inquiries to  Harold at  835-9666  -   or Lett at  886-2652  -    Plans and specifications may be obtained from  Architects 'Underwood^* McKinley,   Cameron,   1*264-  West Pender Street, Vancouver, B.C. on or after \Z  noop_P.S-t. Monday, January 20, t964. Deposit required of $25.'Limit'of one set to each Contractor.  t '-   ~\ \       -''��� f  A BisUBonci in the amount of two thousand idol-  "lars   (^,000)7 shall accompany each j tender.  Mail  tenders in duplicate to: '\  WEL R.|1ld^MiMGTONr ,] {  si Wary's *�����sftital Societyr " \ " j  Plo. Box 15S,             , -        I  SECHELT, M.                     . ! 1  -or^lirer to ThenHospitai Cottage on Cowrie Street,  Secheli B.C^ jiot later than SrOO p-xal *P,S.T. Monday, February 3, 1964. Wo tender shall be valid if  reoetvetl after this time. -  4 50^ Performance Bond will be required as  stipulated inIhe specification.       ..        X~ '  Bid Depository plan will be requh-ed for plumbing, Beating and Ventilating and Electrical Trades,  and will close with the Vancouver & Lower Ntamland  Bid Depository, 2675 Oak Street, Vancouver 9, B.C.,  Thursday* January 30, |1964.at 4f00jp^ra. P.S.T.  i ~ ������      \ . : ��� :  The lowest or any. tender not necessarily  accepted. -\ '   .        X���"        .   -    ��  PRESIDENT, }.r  St.   Mary's  Hospital Society  i  I  %  af  %  !  *  ;>.  vwwmnrmmtw***^*'*'***  'a^^^^  -.��  ������ ���  V  ���' '.-  V  I-  i'  t\-x.  ���      .:.  < ?     -  ^    ��� :-���  ":  - *i  1  t  *'  f .  ..��  ��� .,  ��  4   -  (  �� ."*  A  I'-  *���'   .if . ^^0jmwMmmM^mmm^-^^..^.,^.  WilsM Creek . . .11984  -:������:���  ���'-  Hi  - **  r '  pi.  ;������  ��   i  IT'S GOOlj) to be back  i*m  ���������A*  "I*.  -By Ray h estrnan  jiorne again jampngst the unique  ._ jpopuljation of the [Sechelt Peninsula.  The f<ice "has  changed, ivhat with ne* buildings ud| here and there and  various improvements   n the general layout of the Villages. Bull one -thing hasn't changecj|- there are jst'JI the  same old "Coffee Shop" meet-        -~. ���   .  ings held1 every morning and    ���  afternoon,    to    decide    upon  what   should   have   beerj.de-    r   .   .   .  cided  upon  the  night--. Before  at council meetinjgs,  etc   Oh,  well,   I   guess   it, will "'hover.  change  thbt  much. <  I   also   note' that   th*   BC  government has conjinude pu  shing   thej   "Peninsula   t  lower extremities pf th  Can.   Driv ing  ov^r" our  way    (which    is   only  years  oldi),   is   vjery",-re  dent of the. condijtion th* road  w*a3 in 211 years' agoTTiut as  long   as   the   Peninsula, continues "to sends."mien- who have  no*affilia!tioh  wjjth  the  party  in   power r we= rf|an  expect   to  sit o^ck and re^eHye next to  -no cooperation,, . . '  TOURIST   A5��0CIAT*tbN  The SJmshine Coast! Tourist Association is doing a very  commenqabie job of .promote  ing ~the peninsula. Now if all  the communities woul i cooperate we might get some-  where. Eel's face it),* one of Pv^j  our ^largest incomes comes  from;.tourists. The sodner the a* a��ngdah  people of the, Penmsu, a wake    (jredk '  '  ���By Rosamund Simpkins  THE village bf NJVilson Creeklhas maintained its rural at-  mospheji-e. n is still safe to leave one's car unlocked  or wheelbarrow in the garden. This is because the ferry  service 'thoujgh <buite crowded, is continuing to discourage  underwood/   characters.     For  many  years  Non h  and  West  Vancouver were  the  * Ash  high-  seven  minis-  safe because  rapped on a fer-  bridges were  a thug felt t  ry and later\ the  often   manne|d   by,   the  police  There are less  but many nvpre lovely homes  with swimming jools, dotting  the hillside I eve r above the  airport. At Missic: n Point there  is a whole settle pent of summer camperi The^ auto court  has been i^b^ilt-On two stor-  \ey lines, with laundriette, cafe  and garage facilibes.\  ted for our new baby Anne  is in full production along  with many others. The highj  way. has beehi widened slightly. The contounity grounds  native trees and buildings) i have been much  ''*"���" v,'"rt'" ' improved du* to increased interest and prjide in our community. The grounds have  play equipment, wading pool,-  are tree-uned) and With shrubs  and bulbs donated from peoples' surplusi The old hall has  long since been burnt down  by   a   careless   smoker,   and  Our beauty spot has attrac-     has   been   rjpp'.aced   by   fire  many    kinds.  i rrj#is"��xodus  "White. Rock  high   taxes.  ted artists j of  There has been  of people from  driven" out by  They feel at home here because-1 of the <ppen sea ahd  friendly inhabitants. Some  people are comriuting to Vancouver using helicopter service based on oar airport.'The  latter is much improved' with  two hangass, coffee shop and,  Waiting room,   garage  service.  RJoy/ Neitrhon*  ei|ts   on   aur   present  .highjwray.i: We , haven't   heard  " ���      lew   cut-off  to ��� Roberts  proof construction, with club  rooms, library, stage, -and  year-round i. heated - indoor  swimming- pool.  Additional interns include:  an old-fashipned English pub,  a book storijt and art and hobby shop, [apartments, drug  store, beaiity parlor, super  market, fhiancial institution,  an67 some interesting development in lithe dredged out  mouth    of \ Chapman    Creek.  $i,oot>,-  or even  up   and   treat   them, as   they  should be treated, th4 sooner  - the present figure of  000 could be doubled?  -4ripled.7  Lo6k jit' the beacbe|, mountains,' ajt._    ...... .......  here.   "Why   I'm sure , Mother  this  e there appro iriations for   ,~.J       �����    n*.y.      ,,rt    *Ka    "��fr\^_  areai^ or are  black-topped      surfaces '   and \ There     arej'     fOUr   "children's!  borders  of shrjibbery. \camps   in [ addition   to   Girl  Boats ane very numerous. Guides, three nursing homes  They get gas at the Marine. and one rej-habiiitation centre,  station at the wharf. There is ob our pinfc tree flat, for the  also a boat],works and a laun- victims ofj city living. And  ching ramp, Tiete is a Mar-,- horrors ofj horrors, we are  ine Cafe TyheiT a person can    stuck   w*ith   building   permits  ve the 'for  go ttm end'? Looks like may-  he Benjcjett has as over a  ban el and: we will be forced  to < end ia ^Social Credit representative to Victoria. Maybe  them; we  coulp  end  up  a  Nature W us more pan our J      ^      of ��1(WM;  share.of natural resources. A" r -    "  we havito do is develop them  so  ijhe - tourists  havij  further  rfcason |    8or       spending       their  Ikme    af��d    n-ii>n<;y    Vvoi e   on   tVie  fhat;is each district going  io get oiitof the school Board  retJ-rtmcilum'?    Hw, ,,-Y^'���    s, VutuVn  :sh^B***t**8^*C*^f*1*W&*���**c!ar^^ mer*"'ean*J,*,;0*,:*~"  * do"spmethfflS ibout. it the all the .pupils we have. Why  *Yank^ will, and Then you nev scjhoolTprcierty for Se-  will h4ar us-screamj .'    ,   ch,ili] Ar�� we gte to be as- ,  suied  of  a heavy- population  1     -~    c"1-'-- t   to   replace  pupils at the  seems a very  park  and  lOok   out   oyer  the  Straits  of j Gee rgia.  , The Da^is 1 Jay school has  been enlarged several times.  It handled kindergarten to  grade sevfh. They use-educational TVj a great deal. Thene  are a few successful dairy  farms, together with market  gardens and fruit \ orchards.  The Royal Arne chprry. pur  chased loc  -'.r.j7  :-���'  t. .'. '  *.. ^ , '  -���**���>/ ���  ���..'7   "  "^ ���-,    ���  ...   . f ,  ���V-'  tt    ��ku       n    t^- tI. ,r bairn   in   Seche  ^Hp there L. B. J ! You -us-} - th(. depletibiv of  ���f^to^run your stakton���,from pitsent;time? It  ther p^dpl, - hall, vno^'you, run reaundant  budgfet- to -the", av  yo^rttuek from, the-pool hall - ���ruge cMzen wj 0 is ,unaware  -^H.f11 ���.%���.?   P��o1 off what  they ate  voting  for.  hall, or would you rfun it from       ' J    *  which we plan-  and   discussing    pdllution    of  bbachc^s.  Taken   from   Sechelt  Times���  June^h, 1984  MainlV About People���  Grandpa\ Alex Simpkins, age  73, caught grouching on the  beach. Upon being intervievlr-  ed by our roving reporter he  complained tha4 the beach  was  too  clean.   There   wasn't ���  a log for a fellow to sit on.  He also remarked about the  absence of blackberries and  salmon berries he^enjoyed, in  the old days  Coming Events���Junior Wilr  son Creek player club hopes  for; a good turned June 10  to i see 'Bookworms Don't  Bit^VThis play was perform- ��  ed by some of the mothers of  these children Co raise hospit-  itl funds in 1963. It was then  an outstanding  success. ]  News Item���Mr. and Mrs.!  Henry Shaw have moved!  their candy plan from Pentic-  ton to take over section 10  of I the shopping centre (replacing Seabeach Motel). Madam Editor's notet^A dentist  -is urj^mtly needodNfor this  ai-ea. .��        ;       (      /  Mr,7^ohn'Simifm Si/oop, helicopter driver; atepppd out at  the Wilson Creek ail-port aijd  sme,H tobactep smoke) He knew  the smell because yeai^ pre-  "viously, before the government had youtlawed smoking,  he used to be ^a nicotine addict. Mr. "SnoopX reported to"  the RCMP who\located the  culprit in a mountain mansion overlooking Chapman  Creek. Trial in Sechelt next  week.  Classified���5-acre PineyFlat  "Estate. Positively the l$St lot.  Build your dream home here.  FP $5,000 cash. J. Manderson.  Telephone 8855-9565.   ' T    ���  The; Fish are Here���Have  the time of your life at Vic's  4-s;torey Hotel-Motel 1 still  have time to take you clam  digging by moonlight. Telephone 8855-9561.      ,  NEW CITIZENS  Mr. and Mrs. Dan Bosch ot  Egmont have a little sister for  Dean, born January  11,  1964.  A son for Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Robinson of Halfmoon  Bay, born in St. Paul's Hospital. "  TJSE     TIMES     CLASSIFIED  FOR   QUICK   RESULTS  the  barber shop?  Mr, 7 Qargrave-ij-Olnce   in   a  WATER BOARI  What, happens the *day our  wjater works go ;s out for one  whiles we woul'diliie to hear    or  two days7 C an  a   hospital  ��.....; _   ". *���       _1 _ *  ffji      +������*>w:    ./lnii��       K'iVliAtil       **.n * n.'^O  go twb days  v  ** >.  fX\  ember of    &T   '���"  ua";'   l"1"   w��":i:  ^Jsn't it time ou r- water' works  were overhauled?  It's a little  pre-historic.  a .little j from our  the iLe^islatiye   Assembly  to whaf is going bn  in Vic  toria. j What    cboki   for . our  Peninsula?   How   about   some    liHOT OF TH*fi WEAK  g jmprovepient  . on    our    ferry     j You ican  still  servide^How^boiit some im-    the people A  fool  some  of  of the time.  Natu'ti  TAKE GOOD CAR!  YOUR PRECIOUS EYES  has.done everything: possible ti protect  ' them, but s omerimes they n ;ed help. If you  ject to re-cccuring heodach :s, or your arm:, are too  'short to hold what you are reading, have   our eyes  examined.  Prescr ptions for eye ��� Medicines ' requi e expert  compoundii g. Solutions or [eye drops must be free  front foreij n particles, no matter: -.how small. Some  must be st;rile. We welconjie the jopportun  our compoi nding skill shoula you neeid any  cation;  >t  ty to use'.  :ye medi-  YOUlt DOCTOR CAN PHONE US whei-J  a   rtiedicinp. 'Pick  up. you��   prescription   if  neorby," 9*  we  will  delive -  promptly   without  charge." Aj great many pet pie entrust us  prescriptio iSpMay we eombound yours?  you need  shopping   '.  extra  with  their  lEswe Itoig  Ph  Sibsons  886-2023  ?w  Secheli  Ph. 885-2134  PriAkMJACEUTICAL CHI-MISTS AND Dl UGGISTS  V  Jv*S ��� >i.  ������A-, |'���'.>:*���*��� j*  ^ - K   : ?��������� -I  ���: ���.���'���"* "a  ���: .   V  17. "''*���  *f  r  \  together to the various ?'*:k;  do " their shopping and {then  sit down to a p'sa^srvt cap cf  tea." and a sandwich bt-for-i  ths return _trip- Here fthey  exchange information 'in ��� a  more - leisurely, manrserj^aad  promise tar have something  jnqre "to talk about ori the  next -bus "shopping   trip.}  The- wha'.e thing. ss delightfully informal and would  drive a citv bus driver yrazy.  Sometimes.-there'is a scheduled bus step nobody has ever heard of. The easv ^joing  Eager Shoppers -..       driver    of -the    -Caledonian  WITH the arrival cf the weekly shopping buses; the Sechelt    Special** as the-bus is iome-  '���"-������  k.,n'm�� hnctlp and bustle. -    ���  "      times called by those to whom  economy is a, must, is one of  the community; many of the  riders knew him .is a young  boy. He knows where his passengers   live   and- amid j good  '-   -" ��� _*      I "- ' *%!'."  happened to who; /ray- aching JTJne Sechelt Peninsula Times?' Wed.^ Jen. 22, 1964: Page 7  - back  or teetj* she :. j��bixf time r~ :  - ^7      :      ""*    " ;  we   had   at-a   soc^I   ev^in- a.    ^^   ^X ~���. ..-    t.._   ./.._.     v-      -  a few years^ago and ger.^a.iy     t^   ^��r fcr -,  J^      hoi. t.  ending m-.the promise 10 i*e    ,WQ.. _n^,.r.i���^ 77^    c,.^,i  each   othsr: sconagair..�� Tt-e*.-    Z. X'a'S X..XX^.t,XX.-  ,   . .     ,     ,    - . ^ _ - .   ..   * - ,;      not Co wnnout xht bus. =���_  leave the bus ar Secnc-it: walk - /  "    --   -'  Ar.cther man. ;a rrerchar.t 1-  'r-ecsuse  r.*e  d.i  "ft" <���-?-.    Ffc- 1:  C."'-*4-j:   "�� 1 ^"^ :     i-rc:  i:e   r. _--  :   -  Cr.* -   -^  ./h  4. &  .-. J-  /T <  .    i. -  Eager shoppers.  1-1 tne,arrival ui<he weekly sheppi-^,-        ,  business scene becomes hustle and bustle.  -i-antt- re>peets  n.>* >c7 his gioes cc-r a ��   jr.- .  tur   said. ;_"-.'.-ficn   Ground    Ioj  pt-5{7.1 or 'mpre.crtr:: urn- &���  ciisit c-ce a/week  it  ;>   ^ &i  for. ail ftf'us.'Tney 'nave  ...,*h  and    they - fpead - it . because'  tlisy -know  ithey-   will    bavc-  mcre-"- next" month.   1   would .  guess. &D<��S mind you it's only,,  a  guess,  that  the bus bnn^i  at feast six or seven thousand  dollars "a'month cash-business"  to Secheit." may be .much more,   ic!*-,  because - these   shoppers   buy ���   '"-r^er  other things Jen. ntc-nthiy pay-  memsr^andisince    they    get  thetr money on time they pay  on tirr^ sd there really ts no  way of telling.;"But," he w?*t  -. on, _J"some   merchants   ttught-  feel   it. .doesn't* benefit   them  directly   "but   does. . it   really  pp r.,    *=f  a   s  iSP&JT***'  ��*&1  l*?^  5*1  WM  V.J.  i.-.i     I. -r  wx-,   ���* 1 r-.-:.  .-/there 1.re,-x. *" -t ir-'t*- S>jp-  pii^t 3u^ Sprrc;*,*'-��-? f'.-rv-v '���(  fh.:�� l^rta ��!lk-> v.-fe^r- b:g d.;-  pjrtrr.eKt .st-iref "i-Js^rtcr {rw;-  ti-* n bus ^ -* to- ^ *. r-i r^; c '^- orri-  er-i    c.re;:t    u->    tfei*;    stcrcs^  "ntrse ��rt- cr.-r��y ;cj5ir.t:-s-.i:*r.e  ���A^s��re*;.-au uad" J?*t ..-cui. 7��: d  sne pustn-.el^d i - oy utt^r  strtiiK-tirs. Theyj.hiv^ no pi^-c  here btcaits^ |:-fthey rnsiat  bti.hirt set fc.sjerxiuch to' p.r.-  ry| even   a   '-nitterms;   erf   tiie  - -7  i::  '>:*'**,  r."t��'.'.y's��  11 ���<  .-,-i  d * fiiriidship tt>  be  trinii;!  foar.d   any_.T:siir*iav   on  o'JEa   "Caiedii^iJt��-j-Sp*.-c^ii.  c-lr  * ,-  -^-s^.-             Id5 gOOQ 3���    , . -  .     '--    .  natured banter he "stops at' doa3-became, "at. mopey sp.-n.t  their dcor. He has been kno^-n "i0^ lo tnein " c:tver wa>*s=  on more than one occasion to Ue j"?1 tourists -nere ?y.p  wait wmle one cf ins pas- **-���<!."����������*-���"���> , ��-������ -'---     ^_.-^   .-���,���  ,   ri^-!^.- many of us ever see a    --  .cur-  sengers dart��d into ^2 nsartn-     v���11]- ,*Ji u?^*i'"* ,T- "  *;~  house-and   rushed" out Ugari    if r cioUar directly?  \ ery few  bearing a -plant cr shrub and ' >but X ���a����. w *^ ^  ��^>- n-fa pr^iui .,��  there   is" one instance- Where-   cruie other, oecause^ the -ones .c^trol   Board  a' driver' stoppecL-long enough^ i*1" ^ ���eti st ^^ *l nfe^ -sifJered ��� at   thf  -���-.-.       __"irr*;_Z. j;             *"*-   r��  ��v :tne shopping:- bus. otT that; beard>  Ko. Vd say [the shopping-- bus.  POLLUTION cjORTHOL  PERMIT        77   f  - XV". Hahiriscr:| Ekr*iart.rnen; c,f  IcHia= Affiiril Rjaianal Ec-  .giceer .. ar^iourirTS' ihe matter  ��f/a pt-ntut fr��r. the. Pollutio?.  ird*," wt!7 "DC cor.-  thi-   first   mifz.t.ag  . 1 ,-j  ��. *  Is  good for I all  of us  ana  ot; that; beard" ear^r  _._ ^-eb-  Calendoman Special - on   the ' Thursday   shop? ^  The familiar bus picks up its iamilior P^^^*^^ ^S^^Ste^-CrS and  to Sechelt "en what has become, a un.que Pen.nsuia evervbodji co^cern-d is .J��p-  -.3   -������"���-"     "--"-- - - -pv     The    Sechelt    merchants  .     7    . are .solidly"behind'it and  for  to h=ip ors eld timer dig up  aircct   of." yeiktw   bronae.- or---*" ?t~_.  -    :.���   , .,    .  .is", a broom, that he wanted ^^4 he .shu bttter u the  for his-garden. Ke hask sort ����?��*��* ^ v S=t - tose:fcer  of, a schedule to main-iin. of f^���pul otf Tt:irs^>- ^P^'  course, but-who ever facird of - '-** I    -  a* schedule- intgrfering| witb -  the"-    amsnities'   cosimon   -io   -teri- ctuii   ��<n_i��. =.��*,..    ....    ...        neishboriv-ccoole? J --_---'    ���^ s���'��� ; ��� *���; ---  ���*��������-._  ^Today there are three buses*   * " -.- ���*-  KOME   FHOK CALGAfiY,  ..  - ptrs.*- "K*. Dc4'.e|   his pe'.jzrr.~  -. 4     - - ��4  frors  a p"4r-fr: trip  ib  Cal-  ind so itjsoes. pro and con, ��� gary Wbere-   fh& t'R-as   '.-istt--^'  -ter-cf n.ts* each, i-x-ay   fc?r   th-*'   .her mother u|io f-roi  r-1  service.  Calendonian Special . . X  'reasons   that   might   airprise -  those ^.-hose sole aim fs dollars and cents. if  "      :J           *   TDoes the shopping bus help  : . - . -_'. - - -" t-yoqr jjbrjaBinesjg^*'^ii~' Ipafiinff "it-"  -  *"*      hard to say."  he replied^ "Of -r-  ccurse   we   do   a   littler mere-  business    on    shopping!   cays,  because   more   people {are - in -  4 unique service  .---. "    r Because   mui-c   j^^^.^ ,_   - . ONCE each week there is a mild ripple of excitement along .Ae ' store.   But   these { people  20 miles of theSunshineXoast highway; as aid tfriers-^tn^c^uSS tS^Sl  and others not so.otd but without cars prepare for thje big    phone us and we send'out or-  f event the shopping h^. From West Sechelt to Roberts    ders.      appliances!     materials  -,   Creek  they  Wait  for the big ���-��� ������7���~~~~Z~���^~ -   and-sa.cn.-^The^ peofrfe.-caroe  '-*   yellow buses that for a tiift-"   profit. The  bus companv did    in  oh "ihe  shopping  bus and  ��� ing   fare   wilt   carry   them   to    E3t ^.^j a -pTchi fcr thfs ser-    thoagh. they didn't buy at cc-  the   shopping" centres   of  Ser     vice r -so   the   dITlSrence   be-'���-'** they -did after giving the  "       '    'u":- '-".t-,,^ ^t.--tte(i^R(i-   nutter'   same    moughf    so    I  "  ���***  K����r-jjftL Scuite  a  For AltYoiirinsiirahcelKeeds-1  AUTO - FIRE i- DOMESTIC. *  BUSINESS - COMMERGtilL    -  D'S-cusS your requiremer.ts *.i\h Cha-Iei Gctherccie"  -   ���   1 C20 y*"S-experience"  Sunnycresr 5*?cpp*"ng Centre - .    G>wS-��.s  Phode 8S6-248T; Res. 8S6-2785    =���      -?  1 .-.*;;  { J.fr*>  *���-,: * '.  i ;':������. :J  1 ���-** ?!'"���i  i* ���* J-ir-st  -*4. ���-.. .*��� ,w!  I*,   '* . - 5��  ft  1  ��-��,r  ' ing    lare    ��t��.   ~.��� -^     .  the   shopping   centres   of  Sechelt where they can do their  shopping.   transact  their  business and spend a pleasant two  hours  bsfore   returning  home.  This _ unique   .service   came  into   batng   about   ten   years-  ago when fciir or five of Se-  chelt's'  more  enterprising  and  far-sighted businessmen headed   by   the   late   Ernie   Parr-  Pearson   gathered   to   discuss  what cauid bs don-2 to bring  more  people  into  the  village  fcr shopping.  With the cooperation of Cecil Lawrertce of  * '*���   " T-- ��"���"AVport they  as    Bus  vice. ^*> ^.^ _-.  twe2n the fares cat'ected^and  the actual cost was made up  by the merchants. Evehtitoday  when costs are double^ what  they- were -ten years ago the  fare rcmaiii* the same, tjie- only difference being thgt be- -  twee.i,25 or 20 Stcheii merchants now share the c"3st_  Those   who   wculd   >Sy   this  is   merely a shepping jsarvice  would  be  wrong:  it  hf- much ���  triore than that.�� It has become  an   institution:- part   of thes< -  Xhey :did after giii  matter   some   thought    so    Ii  guess-^-e  do   benefit squite  a  bit.. Anyway it gives them, all: .  a chance to get together- once ,-<  a - week   and  for  that  reason  alone I anr glad to he! .part of  *-Of course." another ,-said  ;.when questioned, "we iri the  grocery- line do a much big-;"  .cer . business on Thursdays-  Yes. - the shopper's | bus is  wortit .what it costs | us: ; Be-  the   older  ol  sides." so -many   ���    T  peopleiet a chance to get out  -and come to towtv~ |     -     _7  In  .7two     other    instances:  Drop in for a FREE  check-of Baby's Shoe  fittings- ���'. 1  Colnirie^ W of SAVAGE (BOOTS  ].'    -       B  to  E^ wxdtk  )   y  BONNIE STUART *- Qrjhcpedtc. zXf Router  Prices slashed on jladies*  AND MEN'S WINTER BOOTS  U ''  e * iti 9  -it*!  ���1-^ ��� t T.��J  ��'���'*'  >��� 'til  f"' -14  ift*'��  eration ��i^^���--.-- people's lives: a hanpf meet-  SS ^tZJS^S    bS   -S��   e*����V  ^   ^nds   over   -, to   . two     omer     __..  SnTn^nSS ft^a Sn    -^e years who drifted further   "there-was .a positi^reactioh    ,  fS^i^^aSftfllrcehS    and    i^te   ^.^.tfa-^fe-^p^ol increased^  SkSSrf s-hii5ed  Sergei    crept'-on- and   transpSrtatioa^.: business yet the prtiommaiatf ;  '���  'that'pS^ uii^r^troZ'  P��btem��- .became   ^,diffi-    one was that Uie shopping bus  Tyson Road, about halt a mile    cu�� -- ..   v   H .     w^s ^ |reat thing,for the o^  .   tit:, r'^^jc   and   any-        Those   who   aia   own   ana     people   and   pensioners -who  flOARDS SHOt STORE  Cowrie Street-- Secret  Phone 885^519  past Wilson Creak, and anywhere along the, highway. m  to Sechelt. *: '���        ,       -  Alter discharging the pas-  sengers at the bus^depotTg o .^ __ ..  bus continued-out-to West Se-. ^ nQW impos"-ble i��ia even  chelt as far as1 Wakefield Inn -^ _jnai-ter cf getting- gr=c-  and gathered passengers;yfor^.^ became a ser^iis prob-  the return trip. - 77 ..., - item. The shopping bjis chan?  ��� -Tlie7ridiculously ;low ^iare .^^ ail/th3t. . ; '_' ��� -  of fen cents did net begin to    .��-       .     . -        -���   -  - ^ was-a grc^1- "*: *"?      * " g     B  "'''*��,'     ^n"',Wn   ano: ' P^Pte'   ��d   pengoyrs -^-fap  _^  Tnose   whe   oia   ��?tt   afi'?     !__!__ ."   .   . . _ihul.jljjiI  dove cars gave - tKfer^ np  for ,         mn,Trrw,_  various   reason^-   an�� -found  themselves   in    semi-gola.ion.  The simple walk cr dpveoi a-,  decade   ago;.to- vnsitj foends  -.^"s  ���.*;-v  . .. ,  la  pay for the rsostv.bf cparatmg  the   bus,   much = less  .show   a  Ii:  1       /  John 'tKnd-Smith  Refri|@ration  PORT MEtLON  TO PENDER HARBOUR  -ffaone 886-2231'  frarf 9 a.m. to"5:30.j>.m.  Res. 886-9949  ���jt  'I  In tha beginning -when one-  boarded  the  bus  hejtcek the.  "first seat   svaiiabie. rToday  a  \-acant szatf athid ariittie  ga--"-  thering ^ mfans   that an _ old  friend  or  friends o��^ these  a-  rcund  wili:fee  getting   en  at  th;r -next   sipp.' Sure-   enough:  >when  the  doers  open   at  the  next halt and-the fare is paid  there is a chorus of. gay greet^  ings.  happy   laughter   and   as :  the  bus  begins  to xoli   again,  thc air is filled with/ sparkling  chatter-and animated conversation common to people who  have  so   much   to   talk   about  " *Tne -. subjects   -varv:    what  WAY  . "^^ULi STOCK Tp    -.^m_-  j   FOR EEMODEIXMG      i    - ������  1 0~*>*r> onwrrs - OH. HEATERS AND RANGES  USED ELECTRIC RANGES - un- rm>%  "SWiiN^AiNfSn��^     NOW  abargumn;atanytime r����  'fo' OFF' f  ���1 '   '��� "71  BE FIRSTAVHlli^THE STQ^K LASTS.  BE^MER BROS.  Nf^A^jy^Ji5"1  y^~V- # t"-- -"- *if* c~z>a ?.  pfUnc 8SS-20|i  tSi~L��; -  -vjry:  \3'i  !CBA THfe MONEM i|^ama| pf se arid the priced nWhdn- ;^^|^KhS  disei on sthe shelf Ijipve been waging a-qtiiet Ijttle war   ^borrow imu:h, leave some'  fOr sometime;b��[it if the dpcperts are right this incompatibility    for the rest ol  the   people in  is cioing tb ej-upt into allOud anguished cry before the end    the "line   foecijEUse   we   don't  pf 1 he year  J ast in cast:  ed and ptipa  whit you dp  you're interest-  warits to W^eyr-  with all of" the  mo ley here are a few answers  ' abc ut that- tfc ing the economists call reflation. ' !  Accordingrjthe., befit j&rains  in the economy ^business they  say that Reflation/ '  that word again, will -bjej- Weh"  corned by pojh 7 goVeromeiit  anf business. This *1sjhould  time -that'tuniOr  joing aroUdd for  set tie ..for all  ths t's beeb.  -^���**.  anyway; so Why not fDrget the  whole thing "-and, g ve your  money to thie government iiji  Che first1- place and uettfe fojr  a* good old fashioned depresj-  sion. :; -7_L --. 4  As I undersand it much qf  the- government   deiicit   mai  itnefe's    hayej tjo be  financed   througjr  thebahking system, tow. thei  -tell   nie   this ^builds   lip  't  money supply;So if this i^j'thle  case every gooo"* patriotic Canadian ishpujid  yeirs that tlfe people ate *he    some jime to-get do  . government. . The economist  say the govsrnment wants a  little, mind yod no a lot, but  a llittle inflation. Maybe I've  bein talking; to the wropg people and they", don't realise that  they are 'the government but  then I kniow some_ .mighty  strange people. . ~" j ' j  4.nyway t|> get on wijth the  snappy answers -for the old  man they, (1|hey being |he experts), say that ohce] prices-r  grew firm and rise a'i jittle aj  liftj is given to business. Then"  pecple are more inclined' to  buy and not hbld batek for.  bargains. Wfiat they forget to  tell you is that you wqrj't have  encugh money for jbargains  which thlerje ain't l^py of,  much -less' ajll this fanqy stuff  at  the reflalted prices.  T4ie president of a tdhk said  a sHdrtSiKie;ag6^ %mmt 6? us  (I'm hot "sure; just ���v^hoThat  i_��--_- *-��ltx       Fi-ti.     ,i a   ! :!_*!-..*.:���_  the line beciiuse  want tb build up this money supply too fast. Incidentally if you have "iany luck wire  me. Ii not d'bn't write, you  won't be .labld to afford the  stamp. Y"X  Now - alt yAU-7 people with  money in th��;banl! don't have  to read this. You know what,  tb do. Jusjt, ru sh < ui an��i buy  real estate! and any oldKcom-  tnon stocK 7yjcu cub find and  then-sit bkek until--'&*' ihsxry  is about, aye* and .sell out at  the top. Thefe's not a-thing  Jo-worry iiboy*  frhe week, in< fuding 7 - 300 gomes.  7 Stars were bowled. John Bahchig led th  thred with 585 (234}.  Ladies  league:   Rachel Dixon   823,   Verla   H^bson   617,  1 the  727,  igues during  the Ten Pins  tibowlers for high  ^���ViC:?  takes ftrt)^ pit ..that ; ibflation I 2<  was  a '"^eaicriissue:  That's not  Chris) Crucil 261.  PeAderv:  Har4ld   Klein   630,  Carl Reitze 600, Jo; Graf 286.  . Peninsula Commercial  Ma  bela! rcBeirimid fiSi, Ray "Fl^m  ing R5&  '<308).  Gloria   Barker  se^iere--tofmorrow,  for a broad rise in p'rj  is becbliiifia.iapparent.  ��� de�� wttete^fnefs' been  last ?67yea^s. '"'  One- fanc^r dandy  ��asis  now  "I'xvon-  fari'the  "iaw-fehce     3ryeil   -?98  (3"3*3l Jabk Wilsor  !76i (300),  Orv I  Most-rip    7ft-l     <aol%      1PV.  ftni f-ifjnb'fr'-  , High_ Schao|  701  Di|ck   Gray  n:  Mary Flay'  Eldred  (346).  Ba'l and  Chii  684,   Charli4  M ittlesteadt  787  (313),   Jean   Kobinsojn  255.  Ladies   Matin re:   fean   Eldred  633,-Bjoi^ne  Wilson  263  avis  "���������v��  O^A*:'  -Is-   ."-.;'  T��'lf.V.-*-"'  jwhb' obviously hag been ealjing well  had this to] say. "I would be  -happier to j see busi less sell  more blue; plate specials���  make moihe \ profit - ojn -a greater volume pf business rather  thaii raising prices on the  menu. Start Sat the bottom of  thetjght''hand'.column. If you  cafiTaflord: thati there's no  sense7 in reading up; you're in  the wrong place,  7  The economist for^uPont  isn't too worried apout this  year, but oh fbroihfer in '64  lock the door. He | says the  threat next year Will be greater than .at any tlmee since  ihfe Korean War. I've got news  for him.j jThe econjomic war  hever stopped. If 'just shifted  locations; Thos*> Koibahs never, had it so good, Tiey should  come to Canada.  Now here's one that will  * ruin the .digestion of all you  simple sbuts. The Economists  say, and you can believe "it  or not, that a larger supply  of money grows out} of continuing government deficits, Now  don't you feel silly screaming  your head off al} ihese years  for V,balancfed biidget;' and  tryinjg to stop all this money  from! growingi I'll tfry and, put  this ; in simjile language so  you'll    underistand    it.    "What  they are trying to [say is that , ���-    -..  if the gbverdmentj doesn't take"' -use  to invest in n  3D1    (25>1),  (207)^iArl4he-;  (169).   V'-;  ,    7fi-l     (win      Phil . Ppp      We  senl705. Team"high three IVil-     TEN PINS  lagd Bakerv Ii 3218, high sin-  , gle, Shop EasK'^ll^      7  ; Sports .Clubl" Eazil Skytte  ! 747] (3l0)i ^Harrie .Duffy ,703  ' teaa),*'"fiev   N'elscjn   264,   Jay  jack  Goesop  Forbes   351  Johnson    336  Gary  La'.yson  John   .Bimcllrig    585    (234),  Butch Qno 20:if, Larence Cru--  cil 212, RaV" B:nbi|7205; Mick-  t?y Baba 2d0^jllerb Whyte 21"?,  Errol  Flurteriyit 215,  204.  the Plan, in    to   the   size  will ncjt co-     involved.  md    dislabled  there   is   no  itutional afti-  outset]   Mr".  '   that  coiti-  lOre expensive  ;r   to   placate  When   the  > scheme   -tvas,  widows  wit  n6w that the  i hag^been modified in consultationIwit  3 is no reasc n why the proviheal goyerr  pered by Qi ebec in proceeding -witr| th  ijiii  Pnmc: . iVi��iiiot2r . res-ynt1- ���=~^���'  ly Jmade: it clear in the^ ijlouse    embarrassjmei  of Commons thai|  its initial stages  vef    survivors  pei'sonsf^Hence  need for a cons  enpment   at. thc  Pcjarsoh   also^ confirmed  Quebec   is   suggrstmjt   a  trjbution rale of 4 -pi-rcerft instead bf the 2 parcaal sjigges  tetl by  Ottawa.  Canada  need  not'go for the n  scheme   in   ord  Mr. -Lesage.  Prime     Minister  By} Jo[i:k Davis, M.P.  ;dpe of the proposed Canacfla Pension Plan  the provinces  ���nent should be  > measure.  with    regards  of   contributions  M  Pearson's  remarks were iln response to  reports that Quebec wap pre*  pjired to use the constitutional argument a; a means of  getting its owr way ih res-  ��pj��ct to the size of coMribu-  tOons. Quebec, *as it happens,  |ahts   tp   go   ahead   with   a  '��� lunded"    pans ion  -*y  savings  from   \krhich  it fn! taxes, jjou'll il^ave it, and    rial   enterprises),  if   ypujhave   it. -.(money.-that    "pay     as    you  is), SyoU will_spehl  itJand if    spheme,  meanv  : - .".>.��'-j- ������  ���*i ^ic~-,  ���,.-.*���, *���'-:. -  Ii *��#.',<���  v-ite������% '  ?^*&;  v.{ti-^ I  ^'-'tr - jT^-'   -  11 �����   ' -s-i.-1 -t  you spt|nd it prices will gQ up,  so high you won't have en-  gh .'\ijadney to b  ougf  ccumulate     sivings.  n���the  cefbld,  ndust-  The   Simpler  federal  bile,  doles not  tnerefore much  b ty anything   short     ran���he  federal pension  first discussed,  ..-dependent children, orjihajns- and disabled  persons. jverj > to be covered  under it's. Ifjenefits. But because this p-ovision requires  provincial ai proval the federal govjernfient decided to  deal on y with a basic pension program at the outset.  Prime f^mister Pearson has,  however,] expressed the hope  that the iCanjada Pension Plan  ���will ev^ntuilly be extendd  to coverji those other categories;        ] -   Any ijatteinpt by Premier  Lasage io have the 2 percent  formula (1 percent from the  employer amd 1 percent from  e) increased to 4  store seems to be  failure. On the  Ottawa will have  coverage in the  JJyentually, and if  ���Jvinces' agree, the  the Canada Pen-  in be extended.:  Tfce Thrill ThatComea Once ina Lifetime  Awosratcussic.  X- - ..... WE HAVE EXAMINED  ���TrtEPrtcnrds vou setsr" us and you arc   ,  EUGteLe Tfc�� ENROLL ��N OUR SCR6Et4 STARS  SCHOOL Of* AGfrtWG. SEND US ^25^ AND rf HE  ���FtRSTLe^SOH^lLL BE MAILED To YOU AT  ONCE. ACT NOW.': HOLLYWOOD IS OESPERATE  IFOR NEW TALENT AND YOU CAN'T A*r FORO^  ? -TO OEtAY-  mrVrrfMgtefZp-z*  Page 8  NOT  B1��>D  *&&(PM*&^&i*f  Zz&  4*.  ���F^)  v��^  W  W.  tffifXm:  BY THE    \\\  TALENT'SGOOTS OF A  ^AAtL COURSE IJMTl  ������ SCREEN ACTING  ;��**;  \^r  Churdh  Ghuckles by cartwrIght  L  THE  SIAME  I^EAT  OPPC  VJlLl  T  (Tot  - K44D  I'nji g'.gd you as^ed about salary^ Next question,  please.. ." ,  TMELMA  the erbploy  P3rcent,the  doomed-   to  other hlmd  to   limit   it|;  short nin  all. 4be   pr  coveragi* o  Gutherie, Your Living Next Door  Feel Like You're Practically  Thrown At Me?' ~ n,   .  Times I  "FEATURE PAGE"  Page 8 The Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wed., Jan. 22, 1964  NOTHINGBOT THE TRUTH  WH6r4 A MOUi*TlH&  BIW> DROPS A* WING  fay Russ Arnold'  THE  SlAMLAfi  *=EATH6R OM  OPPOSITE WIN��  VJlLU ALSO  THEM   ' ,  D��oP OF/V  iTcr* he/p ibp bird     ... , .-  ��� tAtp hits bfance in ���fhaht)  AS A CUeUfASBR?  Cucuwbe** qvovi��: vJl^i S  tdy tcvnpeirftbur'e of  > deareee CO&L$iZ  in 1*# ^rroundmc-is /  ACROSS;  1, Oirwtaua ere  CAl��      A--Z--  6. BuiMfajj:-':  9. Mi'nS��i:����mJt  li V.g4*��ftV,-*-���  13. Bevel***.''--  H. Ship��3i����T  -  1*. F��    -i: .��  16. Umb .-I;-.''-.;.  17. Belonging (4 ok-  If. Kind of nth---  -Ji.-Shmi   ������*   .  n. VvtmMs'z.  M. Sh*lfen(djuia    ���  2<l. Church mas  27. Hi��h Print  is. Climbint fch'ce  :��). Tormentor. *  S2. Me��niE��H  3��. KitircsenUtivcs  3D. Eminct lar4  ."9. P��r��dis��    .i  4�� Look tl.'-���:  ���13. Saucy:      v  41. W��sh�� V  4tt. Kind ot feat*.  4*. Follower  >  43. By     ,.���-���  .',1. Russian ��*.��laJ��.  M: A number ;-  55. Poera .  --",'  56. Bravery     :  57. Worm  M. Ct**gt hill:  49. S**mp Irei  ��� ,.'.     DOWN  1. Turf  2. BlMUrint v  2. Country ifc-.-  Afraa      ,;.  4. Works     *;������  ���;. rutcr suit*  *;. llenutioed ,-:  7. That person  ��. Sweet, potsl**  9. Kind of boat  1(1. Spills'out':".  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SONNfY SpUTH  �����*  AL ^OWOERS  LITTLE FARMER  Isy KERti  PEDERSQM  THOSE  WERE  A THE  OPF MAIN STREET  -~fx ��AA?/��*  *'-7.^-7l^'^5r^;.  ^:^gU'-;'^^/b;:.*  bv |OE OEHKETT  ���   , ���  \xx/x>:  ���;���"'���''.���  1 ;:..;������  J*  :���  4  >:���  i*   '  �� 7- ���  ���   '        -'��� **  1 t**.li.  >���*���  &>���  ' I  <:-?i  ISCTCA N  i/HM-i -<  SORS  vziss v;^^  SHOULS>6R  HURT-^-L  *FRO*v\  L Ert?1^f%  DtGt3lK<3.  ii-   ^*v - mJBPs  DOC/OWJ^  f^Xjjb    ^^n  *"- i'pi  /s><*>  M^I_/J fVSJstl*g^*?j^&  ^^7   I      \^  M^^*��f%3  '-w^Fj*Qsj35��55sife  ^*j^^ass?^vv.X >*5C^v S^* 'Vs  ^^VW^t      1  MSx-Spa\i!-*.-5^-ii7j  >v  AL SMITH  H6Pf3RTiKHoW N  Jrf^-w-irrW'- -  ���W*" ���*i*-u       u      a i  f'-.-to-.J f  ���.'~ * -. i  .'it^T.**-.'';  "-{, -:���" - '. ": 'I  :**W-.o*'  .V -- .** '��� :  s-VH*-,,*  *!.���   .���*-���->'  :  s".  .-    ���-  ���**���. .*-���..   *"i  ���HPfl  C*llV'.�����-���  i- "t *.t.  ..uS-.',".'!  j�� - *���*: ���   1  VU-.C.   ������  'v,.;-.,^--f  ';.-*:*.;4'\!>  *,***'*-'.t.��;S'  t*"*5v.'-_r*a  I       -��� ;   ���       ���   I *"lt '���u/j    i  ..  ��>���>   1PA4   'th'e''bartkKisoalei" for  a'month. J~��{ Secjieit  .* . -.  kqel^TheSdcheHfeninsulo Times, ^rVed., Jc^n. f^J*���    in warjn.fteaUier."  THREE "qldMridipih  baskets,    each    brie  out Her own'jumMie  a - I~ 4 nL*0��  At   one   tirrje  tnese  oldtim-  aSH2p^-ti**i��S  -   r '-ii     uJ���--vvoriiing  designs.  ;JT-I, V.*"- "       1 I  -' -krs  dufc thgirb own  '^itripped ,, Xhefr J OAV.n  roots  and  cherry  'A*-  X*  bark. Mary  other' baski?  a bundle,, fpi less than a  pound, is too' expensive. Cherry bark costs a dollar a pound  ���Root digginj- in itself is  (iuite an art. Th# \ roots"' far-  1 hest; [from ' tK j "tree "are ' the  ] >est�����so'ftest ind'most flex*  ible They are tested right at  ihe time by biUng them   Dig  i ��      sn      ,-firrl  ,;mg  : rofn  ; roots  intil  leavy  ���TSrv  rMi  Mrs. iortlrje Paul  Jarie- 'Jackson, one.  I--  ._.,..   officejr speaks  to Irldian ^rYomeriST eluo  Aceoidtnii W We ol* >&��***���'���  when-it-Comes :>ut of this-bath  it "stinks'*' and has to^-he^ wa--  shed^vcfel tm^s"indlK^  out  intthe-sun  to dry.=*Then,  it  is scraped taper thin with,   yxj     HJVilUH    . * .^���r ' "* " 7  ��- ,    ,.  i ^SSbrkL glas^he. d^vNELSOHiSpoke to'on! Interested group of Indian  old ladies ass ire me^pus ��-r^K'r".*::���'~" tK>T formation of a Homemakers Club- 1 be  by farThe best toe* muchhet- wemon on *���? *��r���I��t'J) promot"e the welfare of the.r  ���Ter than a. knife. Finally ��t is   function, he expla.ned, was to promo re        .     0fdsof  the  graded   4   clor-red   ^mg 7pWrv community.   He   quoted   fromj*^^cp_a ___^  the  choicest   iirtd   brown   the    Womejfe   Institute:   "A   nation . ;>../-.the    Home-  least  desirable cannot   rise . above   the ��� level  Slats far] the bottom of some    q��   ils   nemes,   therefore   we  women-must work and study  together to   raise . our   homes:  to the highest possible ley��.- .  H�� felt  Jiis group-of Indian-  Wdmen cakild help their com-,  rnunitv  tc   raise their  heath,-,  welfare,   d-dueational   and   living standards. He urged them  i*to   keep] alive    tlieiv    native:  eat  -,-.  -_.,  Lhamficrafis:   t-o'.wise    their;  td for one  nhinuls and .hung    educational  standards  by  not;  in   the   s\in   to   bleach:  They    Trtimuing   their   children   to  ^    quit  school   a*  the   legal   age,  N*8*^. JSe^rtr    -    ^f 15 if their records. indicat-:.-  ^    ed they had the ability to citr-7  ���-i    - .    ry on further, to support the;  a**-.*.}    ^llage     council     and     Warn ���u., _   .,     .  about  the  opmtton  of Jheir    J^n���   l^y did 5*t y^rs ago  own affairs; to beautify then     y��u a*     .-u���j   ^-,  education  MUVtVlll      va .._  types of J baskets are deftly ,  spl'U off; pieces of- .edgegrain  cedar- with an ordinary jack-  nife. Tliey ccme of! sniooth  and flexible even When dry.  Another! material used for  ��� rim pri, babj and doll baskets Is corn stalks.- Only the  first  jtwoj lay irs  next -to  the  ear are used. These are boil-  1 -j  u.;������  fit  mis?  making^-���' projects the Home-  makers could undertake, such  as salmon barbecues far tour-  isti and thi- 'making and selling of baskets and- Indian  sweaters.        ;  \  Another project from which  they could derive pride and  satisfaction would be to donate a smai'J item, such as, .]a  basinette, to the. new hospital!.  Besides building up thejr  own Community,.,,he-^felt in*  time the Indians could equalize standards and tear down  the invisible fence Existing  between them and -villi, white  population. ; He said, "The  white   population    look   upon  -i:-l- Itrt    vuiirq   alio  ; Vl^5-r��--*---\H     about   the   operation  oi   u*��, th      did 50. years ago  *.)&&*<&   "'*'      *^    own affairs; to beautify then ^u   ."    u'had   no  education  iS"^^'":*      village  through  collective  etV ^cn   ^   ivhg   facilities., and.  mW0&lmr^' fbrt   so   they   could  capital ze *���d   "��.     _���   - ld   ^^  0nt0i  iife,"*.l\��rV-i7%f^��>            ,      lulv   ,"'    ,.   Zi..     jJtUrc    which) tne    P��'"-c      ...._      ,   -l,:������      frvp,  ?tarts albout 50 yards  the "tret and the fine  l are. followed right up  jthey  become   thick   and          and buttle   Sometimes  n following s   root   a   tlench  IX feet deep   s dug  '^When these old ladies were  younger, they would organize  -*���    ��L.~     ,���a     ��,hr>lp  N*e  w  )T3m.?  teeth    and    tlhe    thin  split roff one at a time  mch   time , stoking  their  Skoa  A'&et  of  tea  is     drum "heaters with chtfd*. ��f  .*?    .I ' - ���      L_*i.��--^      ����il '��� the  ;nbt loff one at 3 time    ��� are stiff w th artrhnm' in win-, ^ -  Preoaratfon   of   the   cherry ter   arid   they   have .to  ��pend*   .  iJJB S   a  ">n? ^and   tedious so   much   time .stoking  their  bnr*lib ,.d.    �����,,;;   ^  *����   H Hr,.m Theaters with chtuues* of *-  Jaije Jackson, ^^Jobgoo^ a ^ ^   -^^    ^;- ^.t.^^  hec own roots |w|ne�� .*��*- "*!?     ,.__ J ,������t,  rxiJ^f.^ nf old scrap     carried  neu- own i.��fw�� i -j*---- .-"���__..+,      lonei with pi rces of old scrap  i  Anotner     coiuiBt-    :*i������tju.jr     ;,  carried ^>h   by ^Mrs3-'Lmi)se'; f  ���r r Mary f Heril Paul. .   B! .".    i' ,     *- ' " - S  ^ Complete Suadijrig Mamte|a-nce  if Co*^tt���*cia��  * ^Uees Boncjed^Uablitir Insurance  -  <  Industrial  l  i  come  m as the resul  . breakwater. -    ���**  ._���   told   them  of  the   improvement      in      ediicatiOhal  ^'^|S^'}    standards ut ML. Gurfie after  >*i*I^^j;l    ttie  Indian  children  integrat-  ��y    ^"*l mto the public-schodls at  *��    the 'grade  eight le\*ei ��� Previously   the  highest  gtrade   attained -by  an   Indian  student  was  grade   10,   and last   year  more  Indian  than   white' students   graduated   from   grade  ,',<12:vAt Uella Coola all Indian  children t attend    tlis    pltblic  school fjind the former village  day school is now used as the  Indian agent's office  the reservation looking forj:  Sties of beer, jniat^eelnig.  is wrong and it ^01^t^  uaJly di5nippi*r nov.' that >our  standards are ^Provi����nan,J  the  liquor laws -have been a-  mended." ...   \  He felt that encouraging, integration would, automatically  lessen  discrimination  names  by THelma McLean  idian agent's office oy  *��������'"��   He   ro"ated;a   test   carried *AT   THE   annual   meeting   of  out   atMt.   Currie   where   a tlje, Halfmoop Bay Improye-  tape* rajorderi-was hidden-and ment  association  Jim  Graves  conversation ,taped during re- was   elected    president:    Ray  cess period. The average num- Fleming,    vice-president    and  HWHttWIWMHa^  jeis the  sweaters.  [nd -spins  PaOl ih hu.'r spar^  knhtij&7 of   Indian  Mrs: [paul   cards-     her o<wn wool. Her spinning  wheel is' ingeniously homemade frcm ^ap old- treadle  Singe-  sewing "machine,  7Oruy at tiroes is she able"- to  procure-bar wool locally. Most  of thi time she has it sent to  her  ty'-'her  mother in  Cpwi-  ehan'i- It. romes  in  two colors  ���whi te . land   black,,. To ,get^,, (  gray,7 wtite   and' blacks -Jind*-",'  spu n togc thejr. Sh^ ii!.*' the' '-on- *'"'  ly woman on the reserve who  produces    a     sweater     from  sheep to you through the "skill'.",  of her own hands. ���  .       ,  Several other wonpen. "knit*"  Indian sweaters from ' wools1 '  supplied by the stored  [A; I-'good    project    foe    the-,  newiy-formed    \ homewutkersy-,  "JS    wouid bt  to hav'b these native    .  S    skilif  tajght   to   the .present ���  S    geperation.   They   should   not.' -4|  ��*Jj ' be.permiLted to die out as the-- 'I  ���cajr-y ing -of' totem   poles   died*'  ���out. with, the   passing   of   the  late   Dan    Paul,    husband    of  Mary Ellen.     >  The Indians-have a natural:  ability  for these skills  which  shoi/ld bj& fostered.  ��LT AGENQIES LTD.  PE PA��  %'t  /���  FREE ESTIMATES  *wwtiutijfs* 'mujrugmugftmmujutit muaiMmmiaMh  1     1      t r-- . r  i  i  NlisS^' RESIDENCE^ ��� *^  Harvey Hubbs, chairman of  St J. Mary's Hospital ^ Society  board :has anriouncfd f the  bcird has submitted ppplica--  tion 1o the- Departdient- of  Health and Welfare 'for permission to construct a nurses' Hume in conjunction with  g    the rii w  hospital. Cost is est-  -��    S34.00(ll. .  I  "��� Thte tree reminder of commg events is o ^erv.ce of  T.mes d.reat  for  free tatino*.  spec.fy.og    Dote Pod  ���J eX'no^thor .pece * H��n.ted end *cme odvonce ^  ^Le to woLithe, turn; ol*so".har;jh��. ��o    e^  ZU oo^ond connot o.woy, eery full detoHs.  V?C HOPE THIS FREE ��ATE  ^-"'���T^;pAOt' -WlCi: BE: OF ;-;.  SERVICE TO YOU, I WO Tl^  $&���: *���     nrhi* Week's Best Buy:  FOR ^AUs TWO BEDROOM HOME    '>  5EFAKATE WORKSHO^; ilOOO DOWN  Call H. Gregory 885-9392  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  Wharf Road ,    Tltonfr 885-2161  ^  f! �����-  *��ft  i  4  CI  R  f- &  "?  t  1 mm  m*  'sV?  ���VI  h*$  ���*r  X  f  S  4  ,1  4  *��ft  i  -I  !  ��  'J  t|  F  ft  *  1  3  .,���- *  S  ���   ���-    '    ���-  t��m m  5S5S5fZSJ?2*aSffi52  , ,���   7 , fn h r. .mm i.,! n r-1- wJ   W 22. 1964 Page Tl  T/ie    RE ABBR!JS    RIGHT   Uoving Po^t Mellon ...  ��Sf  L--E  TT-r-���.- CFP unioiirinajid^enwrd  [ned by Hie writer, although" a pen-name - --    -        __:_j..       . <- _ :   -*  be used for publication.     _   . t -      -    \  L  I id i  J~      I  wfflrwr��'��s^ ncsnar \A/m*  AAfAAnntin  TheJTimes welcomes opinions from recders,  but does not necessarily agree wrtK those expressed-  Brevity is a virtue which should not be overlocked.  ��� m      All letters Rjust be signed by the writer, although a pea-name  ;'-" j " J       may be ���-���" **���� nublSeoKon.  Matrons  dismissal  Editor, The Times  Sir���In    reference   to"  your  item in January 8th issue re-.  ' garding the dismissal of. Mrs."  Nichols,   staff   matron at   St.  Mary's Hospital, one gets the  impression   that   the   reasons  stated .were  not -sufficient  to  warrant   dismissal,   the   evidence seemed  conflicting, Mrs.  "Nichols was not given the op-  ' portunity    to    defend    herself  before the entire -board."   .  As former patients on sev-  .   eral occasions, w-e found Mrs.  Nichols tp be in Mr. Miiligan's  own   worfts.   "the   best   nurse  we've  ever  known.'.'   We   feel   that  she  deserves  the "Oppor-  ?: d~:  T  L:i  F.-----;   F-:- : . ���*   I." i  yea.->  chai,  Fcr---  has   _i;r.   a_:.,   .%   tsr.^--  pr:_*rt*Ti" >-f r,-;:v-r.'-  _ rr.c-d<.rr.iz3".icr.   -r.r.   exp.r  pu!p ^rci_,:'_;r. V. -,f re- a-  - end of :5"2 :.--. r.-.. 1 r..-.d  .*  -.  C-  cr.ei  i  c-:.  . : - _      - *     r -  That means that you and  your .friends can get- more  fun out of the planning, preparing and-organizing, of a  party than the final party itself. . . "  ^          -    :-   _   .   TOM  BROWN  Water pollution   .  Editor.  The Times  Sir���With many memories  of' shimming at English) Bavin Vancouver with chunks of  .human and othsr excreta  floating around, the - application of the Indian Department  " tp   discharge -sewage   ef��uent  -���     -.    r,     ���^.,I^t    nnnoar  ON THE evening of January 9~, Howe Sound Pcrfp Division  staff membefs, together with the president cnd~past  presidents of Local Union 257, gathered atjchnner in Sec-  side  Hot^ to honor William McMchcn#  vice president,  pulp    ^production.-    Canadian  " ���-��� ������-  Forest  Prod|icts .Ltd-  who   is "  plaiaed that a$ a first step "to-  relinquishing,   active   partacip-     w-s.-cLs  .this ; ex^-^ioa   would  aion   in   this   phase   of   CFP  operations.^, f  _ *-  C B. Davies. resident manager.-Hew*? Sound Pulp Division, presented McMahan  with a bound volume of pho^  tegfapa? depicting the 7pro-  _gress^ of the Port Mellon7 op-  ���- ���     ���*������-*-���     i-QSi     through  empxyed 4'  r-"-:  ip^-'dii  czzz.-~  - ,-:- Cai-hi-.  F ���:.-.-'  ? . --      ;, _-     :    .    .. -v  snsion  ta   the  -pitrcnase_ of   a   H3W  ��� ia'rge size -" recovery b��uer  wjuch will a'lcw":this s-rc;ion  cf the milt-to'continue ta cp-  erate wkh a. high safety fact-  tir. inT %-ie*.v  producticn- ���  ": McMahan  -joined   Canadian  USE     TIMES " - -CllASSIITED  -,    C. E-*SlCOTTE  X BULCDOZIKCJ SCRVICE  .- tsad Gearing | E��ca��eti��f  - j       end -Rsa-i- laikfing  fREE C^TIMATES  -Phone 886-22 S7_  !.-"'  fa.  .X  "'",.  ���(.  " ->  |."4  ���*>  <  5  tp   discharge--5iwa5tr 5^ ��-"*���   ~    fi^    frcm    1-951    through  ihto Trail Bay  would  appear    era- nusdors:ing   ilcM  to  be backward stap  m  pro-    ^ - ���       *  gress.  "Where is the much vaunted  tcurist   association   ani <��� other  that  she  deserves  the 'oppor-    ]^ered   organizations   who  tunity to Present her side of.. ��^k  ^.��in*   com-  the   grievance   and   clear  her  professional name.  CATHERLN-* MANDELKAU  :'- CLARA NYGREK  Enjoyed story    -������  Editor,  The Times  �� Sir���Would   you   please   let  us have more stories  by Mr.  Bob Donley. We enjoyed the  first  one  immensely.  SIDNEY  CATS  Teenage problems  Editor, The Times ' _,  Sir���In reply to Mr. Budi-  ko, Teenagers Bored, you are  Tight in asking us parents, to  think about your problem".  The situation has got rampantly out of hand iir Vancou-  -vejr: we don't want any of  you young people (as you  say) "becoming young punks',  he^-e.    T ��� X_ -  Many, parents   have   had   a  tough    life   and   don't   want  their  progeny  to do without.  This.-is   a  damaging   mistake,  because   you,-"'can   only   build  your    muscles    through    prcn-  gressive���^^exercise.    You    can  only: develop  guts  by  stand  ing pn your own two  feet. I  have;   even   heard   of   parents  crippling- their   offspring   by  doing their homework. There  are   people   who ^sympathize  and     encourage   'neighbour's-  children   to   run   away   from  practical   work   programs   at  home.   Such   ignoramuses   in  some cases have called ih the;  Welfare to interfere- with serious-minded parents who were-  . called cruel anji incompetent.  I was called a spoil-sport for  keeping my teenagers off the  street    on    Halloween.    If    a  teenager likes his father, then  that parent is probably a" fair  lure.     7 -    '" :     *- -  Yes.   Mr. Budzko,   the  parents    have -erred    in    many  ways.  But  you and your 200  confreres;   must   realize   that  ���  the  world  does not owe  you  a living, and contrary to anything taught you by misguided individuals, you-must make  -  your own way in this world.  . TNothing   is going  to  be  done  for you. A lot of you should  turn   tcf���the   land   and   raise  tood.  because  one day  California  will ho  longer  be able  to feed us.  You should all start thinking  of  saving  money  against  the   day   whert   you   may   be  going, into  business for yourselves. . You % should    interest  yourselves in hobbies to your  liking.    Pick"   good    practical  - ones,  and get  so  enthusiastic  in   them   that   you   have; no  time   to   worry   about   somebody  providing entertainment  for you, or providing a building     for     recreation     where  you   can   breathe   the- otlfers*  tobacco     smoke.      Intelligent ^  young   people   can   get   their '���  recreation  oh   the  mountains,  beaches,   water,   and   breathe  fresh air at the same time.  *��� "     If you haven't studied psychology yet  it might  interest  youvto know that-anticipation  ���is   'greater    than-  realization.  should - ba    regis" srinx   com  plaints about the pollution of  our waters. Is it possible that  some  cf their mambars have  bans long and" close association with Howe Saund Pulp  division. '-.   .     J"  In his remarks to the gathering McMahan pointed out  that the history of Canadian  Fcr^st Products Ltd. was one  of   ccnstanl   development   m"  some  of thek mambars nave     ^^^   Scund   p^v\ dh  an   interest  in   obtaining   the - t^^r   - w0ulc| ���r  conbract   for   cot\struction   o  the 'sewer--and t-his is the reason for their silence? * -  -  Yours   for   pure   watar  and  clean fish.  JOHN McGONIGAL-  isicn and that this would continue,   as" "already   plans   hkd  bssri- completed  and   instruc-  "tions  issued  to  proceed^ with     j  a   further expansion  early  in    f  1914.    McMahan   further   ex-    If.  TINGLEYSS Hl-HEAT  SALES AND SERVICE  For oil  your  heating   requi#���ments  CHOICE OF 4 OIL COMPANIES FlNANCi"PLANS  WARM AIR OR-HOT WATER HEATJn^  C.E.(CAL> TINGLEY  Box 417 Sechelt    '  I Phone 88S-9636  ^ _ 885^9232  m,m m^^0^m^f^^^  ftKy-iN-*  ,-.-.v  Ji'l'.-I  |-*'-tf  <     !���������-  };   . ..-.  V--X-  i.-'x  *��i,j  I  ��     "'i.     "�����  ��* ' -;:  If ��� "';���*  t'l'V"  ��� W?k  Sm J; Vit  ** ������-*:  t   '  }*  *      J yobl? 12 The Sechelt Peninsulo Timer, Wed. Jon. IX 1964  \��  'ii  "���'*,*  fl -.?.  "** ���  ������ "V  : '* r _/ ���  v.   ���_: -,  ���* S D OBTTENAtoday k"fct.;yound people ho  edition   of   Golden  Hojr-izon' is outran i is an improvement over th|e first ed-  itio  All   hodses   are -competing  on the volleyball ourt. House  standings  Houie 2'.I  are:  Hoise  1   (123),  182), Hoise 3 (121),  House 4 f 65).  Scioot  held;on Friday the 24th.  dispoi aging re-  mdrliS-about th^ "frilljs'';'of educdilion. It is thought  by man J that, such eourse^m Art, )6Ausj:, Physical Education] Hohfe Economics ahd Inaustr al i Afts are 4 waste of  time for students with* acad4  enddTabiliiy and ^a^waste ol     eorJj,0f�� crhnthJ nPWS  the^jjtaxpayer's money**. . ,-^        aeCnej,? SCJIOpi news  These courses may; provide . S-^^^J1  an outlet,] for-special talent  i.elping the student tb find hiii  lifeuwork.; Many would neve'-  < onsider Taj career in music o: ���  tit hadi nbt their latent ability i been j awakened  by   such  ourses at) school.  Non  -  iacademic      subjects  hould  not-be  considered  as  methingi to take up the tims  f those pn. the general pro-.  ;ram.    During    One's    school  ime,^ these "frills" provide a  much needed brealt ifrom the  Steady Work and .concentration ;0f tiie academic courses,  ^s the old provegj says, "All  work and no play - makes  Jfack a'dull boy.'"7       ,  Without! soime change students    would    surely; ubecome  fed-up' and the drop-i>ut rate  would increase.   j  Yet more imptirtant is the  assembl  Elphinstone  will    be   <  |>y Nancy  THI  Monday morning assembly Jap. -13 wa.��  a present-  ���ation-ofihe. "Shoe ting of Dan'  McCrew.'  Membe-s of div. 2  went   thhfttigh  the   skit   in  a  news  Inglis  v i.T-7 vwC.  /y-*r^*^^^^^i^ft  , a-T- ����� 4 *$  (X  y.'  4  **  4  ,..���'���  1  *e  7  U-.1  *  4  iff  -#���<  >  1  \  * \  1900 Wowser  SAY   Maude,   pass the  19164 Looker  .vtaf.-  ^&^>i:-^^.  Platter  Chatter  JUST to be different this  week, here is a rundown of  the No. 1 songs since the first  ^f,the l9S3-'64 school year.  This will give you an idea1  just how often the songs stay,  es-'the top, and for how long  the top ones are; really popular. - I  Sept, 19���Deep sPurple, April Stevens and Nino Temple.  Sept. 26-^Deepi Purple.  Oct. 3���Sally Go Round The  Roses���The Jaynettes.  Oct. 10���Sally G.o Round  The Roses.   -   .  Oct 17���Be My Baby���The  Ronettes, ^  Ocl 24���^Sugar; Shack=-Jtm-  my  Gilmer.  Oct. 31���Washington Square  ���The Village Stompers.  -Nov    7' ��� Dancing   Shoes,  Cliff Richard.  Njov. 14���Cry Baby, Gam-  ett Minims.  Nov. 21���Cry Baby.  Nov. 28���Sugar Shack j Jimmy Gilmer. , i]  Dec. 5���Washington Square,  Village Stompers.  -  Dec. 12���Washington Square.  Dec 19���She'-Loves You���-  The   Beatles. "  Dec 23-dOutor Limits���The  Mar-Kelts.'      "H ,  Jan. .9���She 'Loves "*t��u���  The Beatles.     7  The platter that's been spinning the longest, almost a  month and a half, was Wash-  ���^ .i  ' *&*\  TMP lr,+<*c!f tf����:*,;rtri'c iri' rvjm    ipgton   Square,   with   Jimmy  THE latest fashions m, gym    Cnmer>ssutiaT shack a close  wear fdr teenagers is de-   second7 ^d   i   preciict that  ^a"-'   T   'POO] circa  the monstrotey   above   and   it the new.one by the fabulous  grarfd ro|mner, dJligMing"the    lobpve  wds  tie . ything"   in doesn't tqke too*much per- Beatles is going to top both  ^nti-e audience. . ;gym wear. During as it was ception td note that free and Of these> previous long play-  Stmething   new   was   tried    then (armsw.re leftbare)np easy dr'esi is the order^ of the e,>s- Lets wmt and s?e"  jFriday, Jan 17 a.<| senior and    male eyes we e looking When day  in  dur   modern  sporfs This Week's Survey  ���j  fact  that  nOn-academic  sub- dan<��"T|he gym was decorated  Jects prepare" the student for^ witli stieamers ol crepe pap-  fnjoying'a fuller life once he 'er   and) itfae   ble�� ciiers .were,  has *wmplated his fo*jmal ed- e5fi��eaujdilfry a w^ven blanket  lucation. Whether] be.js a tea- XM -erepjel���:'"paper.  Fridayjaeveningi  bher, lawyer, engineer,,.or ex*      .. ra.  beutive, i once  hijs-etfes  have I of^lSlpMiri Etonians  been ppeo��d to (the Hundam-   sthe 'tJtWpsresC^fto  |entals, o/ these jartf*,-] a great)   mans ^rlem Gl  deal of-cnioymedt^caiM>e g^����-    in  aetion;. ftast-j'ear a large'  ned from hearing conjierts and,  grobp, |filiing tw�� buses, went  viewing   great :;|>3':ritjng��  and   ahd edjbyed -the games very  sculptures. T��khMiytmfTms^*ri \ much. '  juniar  groups  held  a.mixed    the girte ihelc  i ndoor sports,   wor Id  physicist f educaaioh pteachfis  him betfe*t*;-contrfil *^|-l^body  andt^lio 'gives him -k^eat^r j  understanding Jvo* |j various  games isoHhat; eifen iif [hfedoes  not^jiitotlcipate he j<ptn be a  ttiose -inte^lig'eat 7 spectator.  Playing together7 w ith teammates liintj-gym". fclasMs teaches  good Lsportsmanshlri " which  must iurply bcjo-f deat value  in futjuMf life, j  For7 those going in for  Strictly academic professions,  "Home] Economics liijd Industrial Arts! are of ex reme importance.) Eyer^; wb' fian needs  td krioW,' the j rud mehts of  homema^ing.v Cooking, sewing, child cjtri*, and the application lof _.aj*t principles to  drejss and furrjishinks and essential knowledge.f For the  man, Jsome' triminr, in building 4,methbds und he use of  tools is! of irJestimabte value  'in thisdajie ofj "do-|t-yourself'  projects,;  saw-a>group  bn;a irip %o  ��ee the fo-,  r>be Trotters  &r��=a  ble^at  :jpta6e--r-i2'[clatse�� heldl    tnarkit  a   bakef-sale  Friday   noop *to;   ^tter _  raise  .^ttds   ioi   vgraduationj   heeame"  ��� pir s. 'Tjheiarray o U goodies i*vas    average  veiy^jtepting.   A   profft   of -1 father  -$11 ^32 |.ts?as.��ali2ed.  l^agiellan" Wen   around th2  wcrldlin 1521,.which isn't too  ny (Strokes wien you con^  sider the distance.  Write. B��skif'y(��I^'OwfeyT��  FcitB��a,36W��t4��tfr����..tiawYo  by Bessie Little  Moilbag, Columbta  ���ie TTm-toving tro-   it is, I'd isuggest that your  -L with xnysizehbol . parepts shead some time with  rlscaii'tidOcany   yourj ..guidance  counsellor or  J i��as��i been-doing    teachers I to   see   if you arc  sha i*e *bad ?tte same ��� workiaig up to your capacity. _,     ���  r three years, My    If you arte, they shouldn't,ex-    A Ba^y To Cry���The Carav-  Ikl that if T sget any    pectmore of you than you are    elle-  pf   doing.   Expecting  If alt sthe  ret. istered  motor  vdhiclteb  in  B.C.   were   lined  1. There I've Said It Again  :,���Bobby Vmton.  ��,  2*. Dominique���^The Singing  ;Nun.   ,        ':."-'-:-  3. -Please Mr. Post-man���  The -Beatles.  4. Since I Fell For You���  Lennie Welch/  5. Louie Louie���The Kings-  men.  0. Popsicles and Icicles���  The Murmaids.  7. Forget Him���Bobby Ry-  dell.  8. Talk Back" Trembling  Lips���Johnny \ Tillotsoh.  9. You Don't Have  To  Be  warning cards or below aver-    capable  age in ai|ythi|n^iJ5��iay as well   -too mucrj is as wrong as set-  too little. Which is  forget about any extra activities. I have a boy friend and  this would hurt him, too, I  just canjtld) muich better.���  Please Help, Beverly.  Dear  Plea;e:  Don't  be  too-  up bumper to bumper, the- sure yiu cannot do better  line would stret eh ifrom Vgn=----tinrn~ you aie doing. A little  stiver! to Ca gary. Which extra effort can- make a big  pifetty(ijvell describes any hoi- difference in your marks. If  iday  week-end. the  siiiuation is  as  you say  16 ^  i.  Of ooui^se the ai*;j  jects smiM [the ' <itmost importance .andi^nuS; be ;rnast-.  ereii *^<OTatfe-4r}. whaf, djr-  ect^jn one's iMereMs he, -these  siibiectsr; are (basijc  and form  the ;f6widjf#4���"���' tiW>��P"which-  on^'s future is buli|lt. But it is  the so-called ( r'Mfls'' of redu-  catjon .^which brepden on.e's  outlook ' andj inserests l^nd  make - life riieher and "fuller.  After all, edufcatioh istnot just  to prepare one for a career,  but.to prepay onpdtor Jjiving.  demie s4b-    s mP -^r6 ^ em ��**$�� in Grhde  J0Y Cameron came  to Gttn  sons7 from Pert IMoody two'  alnd ikibalf yea's 4go- At pte-  J  en-of-th^-fvfrieek  [     : -,i'-7>.  L . t ��� -   t  [' -   ���' .'l.n   ���*-...}  /"I  1(2"-anithe univ*rsity program,  oy plans to .enter* the faculty  f arts and sdiences*atL4JBC';  li|Le fall. Beside, academic  orfeishe -part cipates in. vsev--  ral sriubs.-She is financier,rrof  the yearbook  :lub; typist ifor  ihe  ;.school   -ierwspaper,. the  131adrag; mem! >ers-. of the tglee  dublJaaDd can pus- .book club  representative for her ^home  !ni.[ ���    -.*  Lajsjt jy^r, vt ith another stu--  Joy sep: esented lElphiri-  ^ei��p^4petitiosi  Al  ING,  INSTRUMENT?  DANCE  OR   PLAY  h|o motter|,*yhot, send full details of  your oci to  TALENTt'^JOXla^, SECH?LT,  and await; notification  contests/  i>f  *���#  IV:    ' V-  for yourl appedronec lit  to be $d<" from Port {Mellon Jo  Hie elcmination  Egmont.  r-  in-A  .\X>*WX\  trs  T"  ���fi*H,t  ����� t  &Z   i  �� i*1  *     " 1*\.  s\s. V ��"��  n^.: *-  , il.ii'in����*ii  k* J  Jof Cameron  tie  tci  stu lent.  of  cooking,  stonle at  ferenc^' at  troducud  verMty  Out  sewjinri,  sinking  Joy htjlpec  in , the    C  graldesj 10  mehibe'r oi  ^and wpn t  ies for1 those  in  high school con-  UBC and ^was in-  the life of a uni-  school  she   enjoys ;  reading, and :  the church1 choir,  with "StOry Hour"  Gibsons   library.  sIn ��  and  11 .she was a  the honour society  he'aggregate troph-  years. ''**-     ,;,  tling -for  truejn jfour-case?  10. Drip Drop���Dion di  Mucci.  Relieved GI. after a tough  day of basic training: "Gee  it feels good to be half alive."  mMted the[  Mariner  of -ihe head of the  Wharf in Gibsons?  ir Do ycu want Coffee  as Coffee should be?  .  .  | well come right  .    in! !  ir Do you waint a hearty mea! at a reason-  a&Se price?  Then   by all means look us up!  ASK YOUR F&IENQS ...  they have already been here!  AmmRCAFE  AT THE HEAD OF THE WHARF: IN GIBSONS \
From the 'Old Sod' . . .
The Green-Horn-hand  X
on the Nancy Belle ,;
by Robert* F. Donley
"YOU can always tell an Englishman," began Bill, then
added-,-"but not much, because he knows it. all, already."
I glonced up in some alarm—alarm for Bill, that is.
At his utterance, "I had been sitting on my bunk greasing
my  caulk  boots.  There  were*.      -
I knew, a few tough English
f ..: lads in this'logging camp, and
by the law of averages at
least one should up and .hang
a haymaker on the end -of
Bill's nose.
The boys in our bunkhouse
gathered quickly around Bill,
who had the 'makins' out and
was rolling a smoke with his
left hand.
"Sit down, sit, down.".' he
grinned,  "and  I'll  tell you a
He ncdded to the coffee pot.
We had a couple cf snorts
and heard' the triumphant
shout- as **Enry finally made
the   boat   fast.
"I'm beat," said" Mac. -1*11
turn in now. You • might as
well-hit the bunk early yourself as wcr ar*e going to have
a busy day tomorrow. Tell
'Enry to hang the lanterns out
and turn in too. We are out
cf the traffic, so it won't  be
ed,  '-'and  1*11 tell you a- \ct  ine iraum *«-sfc ,  _-
bout the green-horn deckhand 'necessary   to -keep a   watch
of   the   little   gyppo   tugboat, ' tonight."        =
~ "       --   -        -«r-    «v«^,.<>^ - th» 'skinner's
the   Nancy   Belle. * It   was   a **I    re'ayed • the   'skipper's
small tug—about 60 feet, with thsssage to_*Enr>- and flopped
ii   crew  of  three.  And. things into-my  bunk.   I slept   in   a
were tough,  behove  me, .just smalt   cabin   above   decks, -as
before the second World War. did  the   skipper.   *Enry   slept
There  was  the   skipper,   Mac. m thW foc'sle below decks, m
He was a dour Scot.\His stern *,he  bow.-                t
and was awakened ti*r.3 and-
again by whistles"-and clanging bells. The whistles seemed nightmarish. They always,
blew three blasts or four, fcr
full astern. I was dead beat
and" knew it was just a bad
dream- Came the dawn and
my dream was stark- reality.
"Thc   skipper was  standing
ing dodges to undermine an
eu.ployc^'s„ stubborn will,
whereby that unpopular individual would pack off of his
cwn volition.
"Mac.    carefully     watched
\"Enry*V   "every    move,    night
7 and day.  He bided his time.
In.  the  meantime,"  continued
Bill,   "the   skipper   subjected
the poor lad to his repertoire -
of    practical     jokes—sending
TSnry' to wind   the  starboard
-watch, "*or  to  run   down   the
hatchway for a dozen eggs, cr
to  go  to- the  steerage  for a
"Doggedly   and   stubbornly.
"Enry played along  with  the
skipper's - moods.   He "retaliated by telling jokes about the
Scotsmen.   One . that   particu-'
fatly irritated the skipper was .
about the  time  a   Scot  went
to   heaven.   St.   Peter  opened
the   paariy   gate   and   asked
the candidate his nationabty.
When advised that he was a
Scot     replied,     "Go     below,
tfcsrc's   no   point   in   making
mush for one."
""It was off Campbell "River
that Mac finally hit the rcof.
'Enry had asked repaatsdiy
to take a turn at the wheeL
I   was   busy  with th?   motor
and   the .skipper  whose  indigestion     was     beginn.ng     to
Tfe Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wed., Jen. 22, mjPoggJj
exterior was but a smoker
screen to hide his\.true nature, lie- was a practical joker of the worst sort.. To him
there was only one race—the
Scots. All the rest he lumped
together   as   troglodytes.
"I was the mate," continued Bill, "and also the engineer. We had a 95 horsepower
Gardiner      direct     reversible
Gardiner      direct     reversible *»**-   j-"ct—    - —
Deisel. with  pilot-house -cont=_ on  -deck-   in   his   long-johns.
—        ■ -   —'—-••"'i     hanging   onto'  a    stay    wire
rols The skipper controlled
the motor himself. Asr engineer, I had only to sivej that
the automatic oiler wrzs kept
full and that the air tanks
for starting the motor, were
up. Just «• routine cneck' every
while thc Ngncy Belie heeled
ever cnto her bulwarks, skup-
pers awash. • Towering above
us, 1 could see- row upon
row of portholes, up into the
very sky. A monstrous thirty
up. Just a routine check:' ever\;     v"-',>  »*■*-.■'» •••——■-
couple of  hours.  The  rest  of    or fcrty thousand ton luxury
-  '  —n,^t ,y.A i>inn>r    liner" Was"sliding   pa*:    us.
liner- Was*"sliding pa*: us.
slowed to a mere 20 knots
Steam poured from her whistles. Blue-jacketed." white-
capped, immaculate officers
waved their arms. Loud bailers brayed a cacophony of instructions.
"*The skipper dove mto the
pilot house of the Nancy
Be-'lv*, gave the ir.otcr a shot
of air. threw the helm hard
over and kicked cur »tern in-
rj.„ . .u j. ."* "to the towering swell* from
ever   ffrg,    the   oay.. »
tne ir.ent the >«ip- tha. threatened a, an>. m0!n.
ent to swamp our Smaii craft
"When the bedlam su hs id -
id and the huge, white s*.ern_
of xha gteax ship dwindled into lha distance, we -cauticu5ly
pecred about for some realistic explanation. In the d fiance, barely discernible, was
tlu- stcme jetty at the Fra-rer"?
mouth. Closer by we recognized the shoreline: of Vancouver Island. A b ack object
the* tmio- I spelled the skipper
off at the  whgc*!. V/c usualiy
took four hours on  arid   four
- hours   off   duty_
"The dc-ckhand; 'Enry. was
. a willing Enah'ih lad just out
from the "old sod'./He was
cook, too. and genera' routa-
b,;ut—polished br.ris. swabbed the deck., wit-shed paintwork, and whatever other
^lob^; we could vlrmrh off on
"l'!l   ncvet
or rather the iiignt  the  ^-kip
per  got   his dander  up—   but
good.    We   'had    brought    a
scowload   of  newsprint   down
,      the   Gulf   from- Powell   River ~
to - Westminster,   up the  Fra-
ser. It was fofr'.t Greek "freighter   Bemetrios   or   Pupuoiouit.
or some sueb7 .    I .
"We juggled the scow* jnto-
' position alongside "the ;' big
ship and wjien il was 'made
fast-, we pulled back out in--,
to the tide. jThe skipper-nosed
the N'ancy Belle-clear - of thc
river traffic and slowly -pulled up. to a string of dolphins,
anchored bucys for {mooring
to. black and .tarry, sticking
like ends ;of telephone poles
above tiie glossy surface of
ihe watcrJ 'Enry got the pennant, thi;7 flexible extension
of the' towline, and tried "to
lassbe a piling. He made several misses bul»continued dog-
■' gedly.     7;        -   -
"The. skipper" looked on in
disgust- VBut as the dolphins
were quite "numerous, he realized   that  'Enry  must  sooner
babb^d "  astern;
WUUJU       <u.um        ^_     ■ _
as thaugh moored- to our ship_
And moored it certainly wa*.
-Elnry had made us fast to a
drifting deadhead, and the
freshet tide had swept us
dowrT~the river, through all
the traffic, and half way across the Gulf of G±orgi3. We
were lucky it had been a-
nice, calm night.
•"The skipper decided right
then and there that 'Enry
must go."But 'tieing the ciki"
-to poor "Enry was too. crude
for his devious nature. Mac
was  born  30  year   too   soon.
raise hob with him. went .to
his cabin for his Turns. He
gave *En?y the helm, with
specific instructions not to
leave it until he reti?rn3d._He.
also showed *Enry a bearing
point to steer to. Reiterating
his instructions, Mac stepped
cut on deck to his cabin, noting  .the   freshening   breeze
**A short while later, retracing his steps to* the pilot
house, he was stopped short
by a shower of ambar droplets that blew over the pilot ,
hou.ie from the windward
side and drsnehed hTm^
"Screaming- with rage^ he
rushed into the ptiot hous^
to find an embarrassed smd
red-faced TSnry" still clutching an empty tobacco can.
TEnry had taiceh Slac litcraliy."
Thc *john" was s?veral doors .
back, and 'Enry bad stayed
at  his.post as ordered.
"We ^.t!ed  up   to   the   boom
thai   night   at   "Frencr.  Creek".
•a here- we had same builcook-
ir.z   at   the   camp's   booming
'-ground.  It  w«is  here   Mac  got
his idea. "VTrsen cur work ■*«.«
corrplcted    2nd    tne    rs-Xine
cncn:-s of the tug.atter.dei '.o.
Mac   sugg;sU:d   the   ihree   of
us  go  ashore  for  a   hike.  "I*.
w.juid do us good to gefour
ie*: cr. the ground.".r.e s^.d
"Personally    Mac    :n.-px:>.d
". the moorings cf jhz boat," iher.
* picked   up   a   srfialt   gun Sand
-   ammunition-   "We  <cuid 'target   prac-tis<e- ashore."  lie  t^id,
Mac was proud of his mirk*-.
meaship.   We   walked   aerc*-:-
the   beams   to   the   Shore land
up   an   old   lazzizg   rcsd.   A-
bsui    half   a    m'.e    up. f*Nfac
Stopped  arrd  picKed  up a  little"  red    and    while-    car,—-a
Campbell's;   soup    tirs:     Tilnry
'.vas ZQ yards or sc- aheadi Mac
handed    me-   th;   empty! can
ani  whispered  a  few   firtive
instructions.. j        -.
~I "called "Enry back.-} said
Bill, "and suggested thi*. he
try his maii^rnanship againit
that of the skipper. He7 wats
eager to trV and stoodf iwjAt-
Mac whifc I walked 20 paces.
ahead_of them.-" It . was a*
dtnsoiy weeded area,  marred
by    the    occasional    windfall
and blackened stomp. '
"I stead with my back to a
big   cedar?"- said   Bill,    "and
p'aced the can on my head. I
heard  Mac,  in a s loud,  boast-
fuJy vo«*e.   explain   to   "Enry
he v^ould   hole   the   un   with
his  first shot- When the-full
implications   hit   poor - *Enry,
he  gasped  his protest. But it
was  too   late-  I T^ard -Mac's
outlet   thud   into   a   tree   six
fset   to   my   right.   As   prearranged,   I  grabbed  my  chest,
gurgled   and   fell- backwards
into the bushes
"God. I've killed the msis." -
ejaculated  the   skipper.
"I heard *Enry, gasp ih horror. Then Mac's voice—coldblooded, calm and sinister,
"Guess IT! have to kill you
too. Yore the only witness."
He cocked the gun with a
suggestive ciiek-
"I peered up through th.-
weeds,and bracken." said Biiu
"and saw "Enry grovelling en
his knees before the skipper,
begging for his life. Mac was
Ycre a good kuL. "Enry." he
said, "and I've go, ncthing a-
gainst ycu. personal, that i-.
But I've no alternative. - 3"t
wa.-t a ' minute," he added._
-rii give ycu a running"
chance.  Get   up  and   run  fer
vamshed down tnit beach wita
'Enry's  retre-a'-i.'vg   forra.
"Y'ou  gotu   ti  subtle."   observed the skipper" -,
at 7:30 pm and 9*J0*pm
at 8:00- pm
Every Tuesday
"Scbbim; with relief and
fright. "Enry staggered to ho
feet and made eff down the
crooked road." dodging like a
jack rabbit- Mac. pausing cc-
casicnary to wipe the tears of
laughtc-r frotr. his ej'es. firea
the odd rcur.d into the i-lz
"Enry, never glanced back.
"Tb*e skipper and I sa: or.
a stump and "had a. -smokt.
After half an hour vre set'off
down the road in the- direc
tion cf ihe boat. As we roun-_
ded the last twr.d in the road
and came in sight cf the boat,
we saw a frantic f.gure shiu.-
denng a hcavj- pack, dodgt
across inc boom and set off
at a rapid pace along The
fc^ach" Uiward the Iog£in?
camp a mils? swsy-
**A satiifi.'d sir.le - sprt-id
over trie skipp-T's 'a*-e a- trc
tcr.5:cr.s   of   th -   t>^>*.    rrc\'h
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Tu«.r Wed. Jan. 2S-29
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lized   thitl..- 'Enry  must  sooner    ><"   ^-..»  w~   ..—
"or later/ snag one. Mac wink-    Tie  was  a   forerunner «of the
-ecL and signalled me to follow    personnel   managers  ta-*coTr.e.
him into the galley where he    who    would.- subtly   £racfiee
produced   a   mickey   of   rum."." psychological.     morale-break
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rZHZZZZ^^^ £* 'age 14"The Sechelt Peninsula Times,  1  -fi    *������������** rifWMb.1    J**  *    * H -     jj  ���s  "-��  ���J  .-���jt^l,***.  I._  ���'/'  -I-   "  '.      . **._ I    J r  THE Ii  nrary at the L  Ui iversity of Mexico  learnitig its unique end symbolic quaffcy  Views  - .-.��it ~ .i-v,-   .-*.-.-. - .��. -1*,t./. rVtr' ;��� ���*- ���   ���** -ve 01,-^ f .'-'.i.,-.Cf ^.    ,*��� ,  4  ;.**"��,       �� ��-    ,.        .    -j. . -*���!*,.���    ��*���  .Va>ic>k/ ��..   ...'-   Mr   ��* ,jP; (....mi-      - I. "   -1*    i  niversity of Mexico is only  ign  between lanes  -Waiting fcr the!   other auto  one of the    opportunity   tc   complete   the.   He  expects  him   not  to  stop  aj-chfteGturdl demonstrations that gives this place of    crossing of] a thoroughfare. No|   Equally, it would be fatal for  _ i.s7 . ��� - nnp .cfrinc   im-  1  one stops for I er or gives her I   a   pedestrian  to  strut   into  a  natiori's -<pspi rations and others  eternal as! the counti v's peas-     ~  . antry.   The   most   modern   of  contemporary architecture expresses itself in dowrjtown pil-  !      ���By  :  I . .  MEXICO City is repjiteplly the oldlst", continually inhabited  city I'm North- America. At   he, same, time,  it boasts  characteristics that are as advanced as those o any metropolis It contains sections that are the realization of .the  hat are an  lars    of   glass    and  while   only . a   short  away  city's  joining  is  an  are   the   prcois  ancient oceup; ncy.   Ad-  the   Nation; .1    Palace  Aztec  ruin.   Across  the  concrete  ^distance  si1 of   the  ancient and  vards, Avenida da los insurgents   and   Paese)   de   la   Re-  congestions  sizes, shapes  dilapltalion  speeds    and  11   directions..  the ehancej to jsc��pe. The op  inion is that she got herself  into the predicament, she can  get herselEmil^ So, she waits  patiently; while dilapitated  _projectilesj fly by on either  Ray Grigg    side.      {  But theije is[ an elementary!  lesson   to  apparent  anyone!  ents   are  driver    neyer  cobbled street there  edral jriearly half a jnillinium  old ard nearby are stone passages    worn    concavi:    by    the;  uncou  daled  itable shufflin  is a cath-  es and Paese)  fcr-na, there}" an  of vehicles of all  and degree's of  moving; at all  seamingly in a I  Pe^strians disrespect vehicles, vehicles di: regard othe-  veiicles and e\eryone over-  locks .traffic regulations. In  fact, tl)e situatic n is such as  to presume that there are dri-  feet.   There   pre   other    urilly  evolved  contrasts: the.polari y of. rich  and i-i [iproverished, he ignorant aid inteMeclual.i the swiftness . of modern - ai|cratt and  the i.lpthfulness- oif burros.  There are attributes of Mex-"  ieo   C ity   that   are   possessed  way, he nisver  to stop as directed.  cross-walk with the expectation that the .on-coming traffic   will   halt.  bus, Bolivar, Beethoven, Cervantes. Monuments, arches &  fountains commemorate the  glories of the past and the  aspirations 1 of the future.  Museums," theatres, palaces-  cathedrals,  courts  houses  and  \    bull rings inhabit the city of  i    three million.  1 All the hope of the future  -and respect of the past culminates in the University of  Mexico, a fantastic desplay of  '������ the belief of a nation itself.  The Whole institution seems a  creation symbolizing the unification of the expressions,  tiie spirit and the history of  t^ie Mexican people. Much of  the architecture is ultra-modern, incorporating the most  ingenious of ideas with functionality. Walkways & pools,  p<|tio.*y and plazas . are con-  stiWt'ed from a black volcanr  ic stone. Their mood and historic symbolism is repeated in  simulated Aztec pyramids  that house gymnasiums and  playing coui-ts. Gigantic tile  niurals that decorate the  _eourtji-ard and cover huge  walls {.dominate like inspiring  rconscienees all that glance  upon their magnitude & colour. ���'  As this is the educational  center of Mexico, sb too is  the ' city the congregating  point for the nation's; wealthy.  Here.v.is the most appropriate  location for the affluent. Here  there is access to business, .  luxury, entertainment, socializing. But as invitable as they  are, this class of people does  nojt seem to belong in Mexico.  They are not-seen in��the loc-  -ations that throng with those  who truly compose the country. They seem detached from  the atmosphere that belongs  to Mexico, instead, belonging  to the grandeur and sophistication that is more akin to  imperial Spain. They 'live a-  part from the Mexicans and,  seemily with a conscience, secure themselves in their lavish villas. Surrounded by  high brick walls topped with  spikes and jagged glass, protected by snarling watchdogs behind iron gates, they  live lives that' seem to extend  only into the safe and select  society they have fciiosen for  thelnselves. In , the countryside, in the public markets,  in juses or villages they seem  out of place, wronfj-..  These people are not Mex-  -ico. but rather those who live  in the mazes of streets', and  ;alleys behind the National  Palace   and   the   Plaza   de   la  It is not traffic courtesy that  will get hijm safety across the   ;Constitucion, beyond the edge  street   bull his   own   patience  and   ingen]uhy-   Consequently.  _.         he waits anfl plans.  If his ip-  bs   learned   in   this     genuity faflfs short of his con-  hao,:.   Never   thrust,     fidence  in; it.  then  the  traffic  This   is   why   accid-}7'- .^wHl   usually   separate   around  rela! ivly   few.   One     ,lim- And ^-hat is how the_old  lady with the basket got into  her  predicament. *  As Mexico City is the capital1 of the Republic, so is it  the cultural arid historic center of Che nation. Statues of  national  and   intemationaT. fi-  _ trusts anotheri  driver anal, a r edestrian nevei)  trusts ai vehicle. Each per->  son al ths wheel is always)  alert; one1 hard for steering  one for ttbtin? and one .foo  ready on ! thi: brake. Ever  when   possessing' the  right   o  an   intersection   expecting   thi:     sc-mble   in   the  parks:   Colum  ns Of san-     ving   codes   except   those   nat  tattliing buses  thb broad aveni  - ink and loadir g ^-passengers  in.outside or inside or center  la tes. Sometime s thefT" come  to a full! stop or  m  by  .nearly, "every   rhajor .city     leiving  every  traits  cated.  vhere.    Also    there   are  that  are  seldom  dupli-'  A spectacle (1 rh,;an spectacle)' challenging to reproduce  anywhere is the ciiy's*.traffic  spectEc'oJar. (I mea i spectacular). The visitor wtiil attesttb  a freizy Of petrol j perambulators that could ' only be "pro  ducecS by MVxieans gone modern. . Foreign d*- vers, and  walkers are inHialiy7 at a loss  ���for a behaviour that will  transport them 'safely down  or acoss a street. Vavticuiarly-  down   the *"'two . main   bipu'le-  charge down  ues'' discharg-  rely  the  pa<  ty] to  His' own  a�� ility. i There   i  ditionihg   so   trie   contraption  orerates  with   i ~s  doors   wide*  open.    When    crammed    full  there re always someone pre  riousl^   clingi lg   to   a   flirr  at other tiiyies  decreased   their   sp;ed  senger's- safe-  dex'ierity. and  ho  air  con-  sV handle with  lj     anchored  Tlose   seeking  often seen balanced on. the  s the vehicle  the  careening  his feet, baie-  tlo    the    steps.  free   rides   are  rear bwmper ;  speeds jthrough  traffic, f  It is'not unusual to sec an  old. lady   laden  with   baskets.  ���; standing on a separating-line  passes through     gures dot the avenues and as-  of the tourist's map. Here in  this labyinth of buildings,  multitudes   of   people- mingle.  ���"tyuying : every imaginable article from the innumerable  shops that are caverned into  the   concrete,   biick   or '. stone  : walls. Many of the tiny enterprises stretch onto the streets,  half-exposed to the sky and  every evening must be retracted into the recesses of  the buildingst And of these,  most are primtive food stands  infested with oranges, sugar  <cane, papaya, bananas, pep-  ���see   page   15  Limited  A Complete Service * Five Seaplanes To Serve You  INCLUDING THE BIG HUSKY, CAPABLE OF  CARRYING SEVEN PASSENGERS OR  .   |     .     1700 LBS. OF CARGO I  TELEPHONE CALL TO OUR SECHELT OFFICE  will  bring  a  modern  radio  equipped  aircraft  to  you  at  once.  Go Modern   *   Go Tyee  .  E*him<L> Seehelt BB5-2214& 885-2S1S  .;, OFRCE IN THE LO^BY OF SECHELT7 BUS DEPQT  "S  *  y.i  *r*'  %%  %l  Vi  V\  n  i  1  3  4 I  i  S-  ���p  -SB-  1  1  m  -SbS:  "fS;  m  Re port to Commons . . ; -  '  : -   V     7 ���'"    "���      " ,.'���-. --- '-.'--.  Guy Favreau releases  Indian Branch ^costff"  INTRODUCINGiestimates of the Indian Affairs brdnch of  the-departrrtent of citizenship, and im'rnigrattort, Hon.  Guy Fcureau-said: I - ..  -  "       :     -   : .  "I would like to pay tribute to my imrrjedjae predeces^  sorsin office whd maintained and' developed many ofthe  basic programs initiated" prior     ��������� = ������-������������-  to 1957 and who Jn; turn, laid    would   discuss   ^   ^--^  dian farmers jare being en-  j couraged to avail themselves  ' of the services offered- by the  * federal and provincial depart-  '.Vnents ^f agriculture.  *fEbe7 tiurnber   of .selected  7 Indians  placed   in permanent  employment, with the co-op~  ^TheSechelt Peninsula Tirae*, Wed., Jan7222 J964 Page 15  {MORE ABOUT ... ~~  Wiews foreign        ~  -1���frcrn  page  14     - :   _- - -  - jpsrs:   yusas.   potatoes   limes,  jlemons  and  other foods  that  their liny j portable, =*.> 1*   z.  kits tfci yc-ungster^?.ii:-,r ��.  erycne.  Your czify  prer��<j���  tie-is a pair cf shC3<,.-.~d.  course, a peso (abeam .h-z -,  Mer. - dresit-a. sihzk ;���.--.  styLSh suits lifer pt.V.r p:  ducts-   far -sals,    TAjv    sr  One "i  C tiif0^}QaU0^ , {��\- TUy wlloIe Question in greater de-  S ti %Sr?,^WhlC^ We ^ Preparation and^Ianning  Sha"   "��,;S!S&ifc|rWard   3S ~tor this next meetin/is nol  -underway.  r "T    sincerely    believe    that  through.,;'.this:  new    develop-  quickly as pb?-:b!e.  "Our"primary; tack must be  to provide opportunities for  Indians- .to help themselves.  At present, many'Indians rely  heavily upon thei federal govr  ernment and upon the protective ad .restrictive provisions of the; Indian Act for  their   economic   and   cultural  - survival. We must 'make it  possible for - them, of , their  own free will and in their  otvn time, to regain self-confidence, to maintain pride of  race, and ���achieve trust- in  their own leadership. This "re-  suit, when attained, will eliminate the; nejed' for< spgciai  programs, speqial legislation,  and special services. As long  as these are .required, the  goal' ��f independence on an  equal footing, withi other Canadians will not have been accomplished. 7  f"EV/   LOOK NEEDED  "Not  iheHeast of. the needs  \ve iace is a new look in In-  r -djan legislation. *A'e are pro-  "   ceeding  to  review  the^ badian  Act as quickly as- sound and  .-, thorough    -consideratfoh     will  permit   Our objective * in am-  alndtng' the Act will be tb give  i the Indian p&op'e-a-stronger  "s_ voice in the conduct- of their  " own    affairs.    The    emphasis  will   be  on   Indian  initiative,  - self-responsibility and the  loosening of paternalistic ties.  We also propose to again fol-  raent we are I entering a new  .   phase and have reached a turning-point in; the^ field of Indian affairs in. Canada.  "A- -sound body of knowledge* is essential to -the continuing development of- effective-programs, and the Government, therefore, -is - sponsoring a Canada-wide Indian  research program, in announcing this undertaking in the  House on Dec 2 last. I mentioned that the study, .conducted by social scientists- from  the universities, would cover  four  major areas ; concerning  .Indians: economic- development: advanfei&ent in education responsibilities that exist  at various government levels";  - and band *". councils . and the  development; of self-government. In addition %q the main  areas of research, a number  of supplementary studies7  would be - made on related  sub] arts.    ~-  SOUND  TRAINING  ��� "Opportunity requires sound  training, both academic and  technical, The_1933-64 estimates for -the----Indian- Affairs  Branch reflect the" emphasis  on education in that 5T.1 percent of the. amount requested  eration ofrrhe  National- Em-   "can.bs bought far a pittance.  "7 plcyment ^Service, is growing   j Bread' costs   Ec   a , loaf   and  year  by ^year  and  has   no*��r  jbuns are���10c a dozen. A pap^  reached a'total of  L617,. in-   faya as  big as a  watermelion .  eluding 47"Tin. 1952^(3. In ad-   (can be  bought .for 15c while  dition,: .-there were over ^.000 .1 other   fesits -such as oranges  rur-sL and seasonal placements jand bananas are* le each.  marie   last   year rwith   assist- J    The bulk of food f and artic- -'  , ance-from the NKS. This does | Ies that infest this area, makes  ; not include the naariy Indians  j one wonder how there could  who obtained employment in- I be   hunger   in'- these   streets.  dependently^r with assistance*? But there are people begging  from their-local agency super- | tor    ceruavos    beside - -stands  iatsndent. ;      - .rf that smell  from, piles \_ cf rot-  T\Yxrrrt r\i*   -Br\mFeX<i 11 ting   fruit.   Perisfaabie  comra-  OEVELOF  FOHESTS- ^ I odities are cot  thrbwrt awav  A maUer of importance in S untn they arc- unfit far pur-  ^.the expanding -economy of the r chase   bs   well'-asl ccssump- ^^ thea^ ^tmg crcis-tegged  Indians is the development of f tion���There can bq no dona-    m th" "^-^^^   ,h��*- ��-^>^<  forest resources on Indian re- J tiens.   ,The   precident   would  serves. Provision is  made  in I undermine   the   stability  ahd  the Estimates for forestry in-| respect   of   these   little* busi-  yestigations and for" the con-- f nesses. Conseqeuntly. tbere is  tinuing-ccsts of reforestation, j oniy one course for the fcre-  *" Various measures by which J sighted - proprietor. -'  the Government seeks - to al-^ |     There" are other individuals  leviate distress caused by sen.- I besides    these    entrexsreie^rs  sons! declines in employment | who have exercised their in-  are. being  applied on  Indian J  iuatives and enltred the field  df free enterprise.- The  scope  cf   these  dealings   is  as  vride  ptcpiatrca- tr.at by  nortiiern. rates: are economical- . 1       T -  -     .  There ire other e.ideavarj  that are riore respecsri: It -Icecream aad' fruit caru are  pushed * through. ' the. streets  &nd seme of "the mere energetic even service f��* vcrk-  ers in tfck ffclds. The seiluis  of handfuls of *peasuts is corr.-  *monIy_doce by' Indian women. As?you Walk ycu  will  on the. sidewalks, their wares  spread "oik in a little, pile ca  their-sJcirffs or on the jboacret*.  It is ^o^axtraordinai^- to see  their..- ^yld    clutchtfigf "and  feedin^rra.m -a   barfe-  {breast  while    the    mother   "bargains -  with,   a f cust^rer    Over    the "*  \*alue  of, a quantity 'cf  pes--  nuts.       |  -   - 7       -  reserves -throughout the coun-  -try. Indian bands are partic  ipating in the Municipal Win- f ss those of the step- o^-ners.  ter Works Incentive program f ^.osz^ prominent ar.d" nurner-  and, ^ip^to Ethe end of Xov^!  ous   are   the "shoeshine   boys  is   de*dt  iducatien  purposes, including an'amount  low the practice first b^gun in oF S^^^SIQ" for_the admin-  1951 and repeated in 1955, of . 1:^ratton* operation" and"mahxt  consulting Indian, groups and  bands before this new legislation is passed. ���* -  "One- of the most encourag-  , ing aspects of Indian Affairs  today is the interest being-taken by the provinces and pro-  "inTthe     l[  vincial agencies in -. the welfare of the Indian people. I  refer to the provincial and local school board co-operation  that  is enabling thousands of  tenance" of sthe -school program and S5,792"G00 for capital  expenditures- There is an. in-.  crease this year ih~ the operation vote attributable to an  overall increase in enrolment  and an expected rise in education costs for Indian chiid-f  ren attending* non-Indian.*  schsois. The mymber of children enrolled- in non-Indian  schools now- e>cceeds 13.500 or  t���j; i -j .,    _i   -       almost    "40    percent    of-   the  Indian children to attend..in-  sdhooI PoPu!^,nj  tegrated schools: to the increasing participation of _In-  dian bandsin provincial socTal  _and economic rssistancx- programs: to the co-operation received from provincial governments -in fl^e road building program for Indian reserves: and to otiter examples  of provincial interest and action which I shall mention-  further on in the course "of "my  *'A scholarship_prosMtm for  Indian studefils - has been  continu2d^frcm previ^-7s years  With, encouraging results. - In  addition, other financial assistance, including payment  of tuition fees.^jRs&s. given to.  3.344 students to" enable them  to complete high school, university, and vocational training courses.  remarks. Also, I acknowledge e ,"I5^ian; parent^, too. are,  the very- wqfecme "aid being  given by : Various private agencies whojpih with us .in a  desire to'-';-better the future  for fellow7 Canadians of the  Indian race, -  "Lag;, November, for the  first lime in Canadian, history*,  the question of Indian affairs  was discussed at* ^a federal-  provincial;; conference. I am  glad to report a large measure  showing greater interest m  education. There are now, 40  Indian school' commitlees  which are in effect, embryonic school" boards and- which  .constitute a basic step toward  Indian responsibility for the  operation- of schools on reserves.       .'.'-- *v  INCLUDE INDIANS "f  -   "Efforts   toward   tiie- inclusion of Indians in. welfare pro-  43 applicatKms fcsn Indian,  . bands, total|ing S143.0Ot> had}  been* aiqiroVecL "Or addition. |  .70 projects -amounting to!  S383.G00 will be carried 'out?  on Indian reserves located?  within designated- develop-!  ment areas. A further 65Q ;-  projects, totalling Sl^CW.OOO.-  have been, provided, for un-j  der a special Indian Corrunun-S  . ity -Employment program, fori  bands whieh lack the funds to!  enable their partieipatioa iri;  the   Winter   Works   Incenti%-e;  --;Progrant--.-::'7__;>,--rA- ^-^; - j .  ,..;.. "The j need -for 7 more and  better "roads to  facllil^te  ac-1 *  -cess from Indian ress-es to  .^iS3��hlKanag-nnon.-fedi3ti-^,eentjrTT7a  munities is recognized  estimate. Such., access: is -bej  cohuruj^ iacEeasingly:' impen4"  jmt-^as Ithe integrated} sedpoi  program proceeds. Similarly^  the- adjustment of Indiaid  to the general economy ref  quires"   free    movement     be^  "tweeh the reserves and centres of- employment and marketing. -    ;   *   " j  "Also recognized is the need  -tor adequate water and sew- ~  age  facilities���in   Indian   com--.  muniiies. Substantial amounts  wijf~be expended-for .improving" ,\_these   services.   Concuc-  renciyV emphasis  will be placed   on   education,   campaigns  designed to  enlist ihe co-op-  eratiorL  of   Indian   bands   In -  itnprq\.-ing sanitation  facilities -  on the reserves. 1  "In conclusion may I emphasize that the programs which  I have outlined harve one main. -  purpose   in   mind���to   assure  the greatest possible measure  .cf opportunity, equality* aad  well-being fcr the Indian peo- *  pie. To be successful -vre ne��d  not only the assistance of all  levels ���� Government, but also of voluntary organizations,  private indmtiuais and the  'general public, and .above all  the. active support co-opera  tion and assistance of the Indian  people  themselves."    "  at ihhabit eyerj- street and  park  of   Mexico. .City.   iJCitfi  SEA UONS   j -  -Sea   liens -in. Fer.i��-r   Harb��-  our  are 'siakis?  tretr  ?-rIial  depredations *&=x th& herring _  fishery���iearing nets ;and cha- .  stng herring out of ki*4 Har^^  bcur.   . " r ���  f    ',  STEIfGRAPHER REQUIRED  A fuli-tirr.e stenographer is required for Efphin-  -stane Seccncferv School corrsmer.C:rig Februarv   1,  1964. ; - . :  Fcr pcrticulqts. concerning  hours ar^d duties  please ccntcct the-Principal, Mr. W. S  Fetter  _ J y 7 i -; IH&.EOARD Of; SCHOOL TRUSTEES  ��� - I -X ������ ��� ~'\' il-''7'W;*3eHooi DistrrctNQ- 46 (Secheit)  - t  Season  *^^ " *' ��� ' '*"  ��� munu   ��y a"! ;"����j['i!'ff _--���  ,>  t        _ri 1���^2 ' '    1 *A-  "'   /  ;'t'"jy"^*?-' 7\  ..r . , ^ . . ^--TS8"*^" ^tr..'&&^*rJ**mc��+ii~  Frt~��--��- -* -a-   - -���  -"   "f--&!-tT-i-"--t*-,?-..    . ���nnmeuin'1  "   ""  ~X'--X; ���"......  t-X'^, *"- A :jkJ?/a, XA -**,-~\ '��� "t~}: -x^%  fy^T^-si? ��^����s**~ 7���2L> .".  .. -* '���" \   -  "*-����S��,'?J1iJ'' X *������--,*���  7iS-  r  i  *-  Vi^-^-Xmmii**** sr.-sfc-^!"  ���I ' ���-   "*  -"Ik   sAj "'  <f"  r>.--- *:* .-������  ��� -**3f. -  -i.  *1  ���*��'1  1 0  .*: '."  f4��  'X-Ht-  ' -if<*  '    *."���   i-.f a  .i" r. -\  ''...?������*'.*  <  ���r  ����� ���** t-  --<*  : Sleeps 2 j .. -:       X[:X '  wrth 1962,63 H.P. GAJJE. OUTEOARB & HEAVY DUTT  tiOUCLAW TRAILER. ��� CeK* K��ik Bcrtsm  : Canvas Or��ef & EcKs Scunner  CAM^��FtKANC��D  TERRIFIC BUY ��� May \be seen- ct  Peninsula Motor Prcduct  SECHELT^���Phone 885-21II or 885-2155  (1*157)  }rn>.  *;-|UU UUOUU ��� Mirf-*f��*l��*tfW**N**^i'*W*����*^  . JJUJL fJ-Vg ���wr.iit L'%tg30*a**g3R1  .^^'-A'.gt^g  !-^%vxrjaamr^arr-J^^v:  of agreement  It   was  agreedTgrams of the pro^incas must  that- Indians should be associated more closely with the:  life of other Canadians and  that Indians should have full  equality -of "opportunities. It  was recognized that the time  has comejto find* the basis oil  which the widest possible  range of: federal,- provincial  and municipal services currently provided to non-Indians can j be extended \o Indians, and that theAfndians  must be- consulted uhrough-  out.**    -    -  tMAY MEETING  "k, was agreed that a fur-  be  continued and  intensified  '* It is recognized that, there is  also a need for the establishment of services  designed  to  help those residing in Indian  communities   to   provide   for;  . their  own  needs.* The  estab-^  lishment   of such "services   is  ncw-i under   active   considers- .  tioh.s *  -    'Eco nomic       development  .^programs   are   vital.   In.   agriculture,    provision    is    being  made to continue and expand  the practice of lending" cattie-  on   rotation   to "selected   fnd-  , ians.   Agricutural  conferences  ther meeting shojdd^be-Jieldj-^J��^ snmul^e^interest^.^-.d  im-, ,  -if   possible   by 'this__May,_ at^": - prove   the   methods   used   by.  which     provincial     Ministers    Indian farmers have been sue-;  andc   #ieir     senior,    officials        cessfully undertaken, "and Ihr  S  MAINTENANCE'SUPERVISOR  SECHELT SCHOOL DISTRICT No.i46  Required by April 1st a -rvtaintenence Supervisor_*o *prk wifj-. pr^sen  cfficifll who retires ijiOccber 1964.        \ -    . '-' * ; I    -  ' I He will be required to have-c general knew ledge of the building trndes  the ability to/plort and estimate costs of memtenence projects end tc sLper  vise the jonitofiat staffyand maintencfice.crew. j *"      j    |*  CU.StOtMedical and supercnnuct:cn contributions ere orsvkiecj chc  a rhHeage allowance far ccr^ State salary expected- t  ! THE BOARD OF SCHOOL TRUSTEES 7  _,:  ..- ��   --**..-'   -    1 --    ScHodI District No   46 (SecKelt) :  -  ,:' !     '     *   -     Bex 220; Gibscns; EC'       I . *.'    .  ^^-r^tTr^^t^nr^r,  ���'^-w11^r-S'-�� - -**1*1 f"  n,t "  " * ��� **~<*  rV"-%--*��ji -*���*������***���  ��s��'*^��-**�� * **. <  1  ���-**-*** 4.4 *  i 4 * �� a k^ *-# t->- t  ���4��a*Wt^a  ���"F^^-W-fT  " >!*���.'  '     *���- *���"_'       ,a  I*  1    i* . ��� *  ��� ;���"���*-���������     j��.  �����f *.. < ��� *  \0. .. *���*,*  ���������   ��      *��  .i..* *r  ',- ��� "."*.���  -. . a    f ��� _" ��� *  ���0��..  r-_ -���  " * % * ���"  Pogeg1{>The;Secheh Peninsula Tines, Wcdi,  "MOIRE  ABOUT . . .  ;Chairman  if-ftorn page". 1  restaurants, eorhmtii ity clubs,,  eic. \  G'lauj?e��7,-. section J 2) restric-  'Jjng- the height of a commercial   buildfei -will   be   deM-  ed tb-'leave-the' way open for  -the future construcuion cf ho-i  tels."'- ���'"'���'        :    \-".l\  . Sections^fG>;c7}.a!Sd (8) gov-,  erning  llv^. climelisijms  on "in-,  jier courtl* and the fuse of air-  - wells wi)f-be deleted.  .Wording ,-governjing commercial parking ������ facilities, 3  (e), for '-which th3 cwner of  a business property-.is responsible needs to be ncre"specific,, coupcil  felt. '  The present wcrding- 're-  fail area* ��> should be more  speeificallyfjde^nf'd as are the  other sections; jsia :h as one  Unit of parking spice for.every IQ seats iA, churches, high  schools, ��� audjtorii ms and.  theatres; one unit for every  1.000 square: fecfj - of; floor  space "for bospitafi and welfare institutions; JQie. unit for  'each "two ^guest; roo ins :or suite  fcr hotels and clu7s?" Qjie 'tin-  it for each, sleeping or, Jivibg  unit: for! autt^, eaitfc;: .'?������  Lease ioM  3comme rifled  E.  B.  CLARKE  Pender Harbo  cl ib   liind   Mrs.  attended a meet  cl  iriij      the      con  gicunds at Mad  resident  cf  ir I community  F    Campbell  in*,  of thej fce-  elt   School* Boaid   concern  Clorke   advis-d  tiie executive a  cjp'e with the 1  'ease   that   jpoi  ���ounds.    whicl  ard wanted.  pired   to   recommend   this  general   mee  b' pointed  out  that rieithec. he  intimity     'c ub  eira Park.  _   the   boird  ?rc ed in pnn-  >orrd's reqi est  tion of the  the     sell col  in"l were  pre  i  r ~~  ! u >"  ��:.  ^���^"s**  ��� .", ".*-'*" *-'>r v? &R%\  **\^��r%:  ?*->rr--'-^��3r ���fists!'.v��l*S4��^Sr> -  itive Would recommend these  grounds be pre<ented as-"a gift  wnce these, assets were held  jn 'trust by the commutity  tpb Ifcr the future citii:ens  of the commurity. and might  lji time be of {reat value.  This matter  will  be disus  ing. Ho\Ve*er,  to* the ^boiird,  nor- his* ci:oc-  to  Summ  HEAVY roiih  ' mcon  summer  Mrs  Lerp  dovt/n tp  "PABKIRG SPACE-  The  sectiohv 'Pa  as- required above  the  same  site"*"wjtt  ���king  space  shall be on  the main  building  or locate 1- not more  than 1,000 feet theirefrcm", ,has  |ed   at   the -i.  leeting   to   be  ary  28.  OTP C  ield Ja  N LINE with  -Bey  hone  He i  the  Home Shifts  fall' near Half-  ' washed    the v  of  Mr.  and  rrison iof Haney  beach!, '  Xongi term lease �����* ���>   f  Schpol BoantJ delegation  o|>pioses sale of assets  E, B. CLARKE and Mrs. Campbell, executive members of >  the'Pender-;Harbour community club appeared as���a  detegotifei'n at the,school board meeting to.recommend the  ccmrruiipity  tlub rproperty   adjoining   the   Madeira   Park  sdrDoHgrjCund.. could be turn-;    -���~ ���7.  r; -~~  cd over on a long term lease being investigated. Any new  at nominal rent with a first7 contr��ns will .be -instituted in  rsfusal should thsy ever de-: ,he new Contracts signed in  ctde  to  sell-   At   the  moment     June '  *^7^i.fe\*Ve?1-_^tmi?..1^       Board is presently working  on the 1964 budget Which will  be ready for presentation to'  the representatives and mun-:  jjcipal councils by January 31.  J Board chairman, Mrs, Muriel Ball presented her report  oh her visit to the BC educational research council.  nnual    general  he|d   on   Jan-  chairman >  Qhris  checks 'with' "^ictcria.  Gdrdon :ielt; ti> delete this  clause would be \ piscriminit-  ory sincp .Sien. thi large property owner would be providing parking-spice for both  the large and smdl property  owner.  Further- discussion on this  bylaw will be heid- following  the-regular' meeting bri Feb.' 5.  W. Swa3n. recorr mended six  more lights fcr Sachs t streets.  ,Gordon Opposed lighting the  business area, at; :he expense  of the residential' area. ��� "You  willj' have a wellrjit main  street and a darj|: residential  fere^'  he centered.  Swairijj will make another  survey and submi another re-  coimmeudatiGij. "he annual  cqst: of stre:et tight ihg is $1800.  Cost of iristallaUim ,4s $80 a  pole and; $66.44 f )r the light,  s A, building, permit wasi is-  4ied to ; Harvey Walters . to  lli-iild a carpprt vfilue at $500,  and a perni!t4to Sechelt- Lands  lfar a cph.tracti ;to W. Booley to  i|emove,: houses four and five  ^irom   tn'e- Waterfront   pro'per-  '.ty-       '     }'������������'��� '���������'  [Accounts in thi atnbunt of  $2,807.77  \vejf,e oideired paid.  ;oi-  .   ^    ..._ first  Johnston.     934  track  ani  field  coaches  been   left   in   abgjmnce   Until    ympic Trainin,  adian   Legiop's ��� Junior  Plan the  the Royal Can-  area  was  held  t   Legion   Hall  as  di'r'ectec. "by  <rlinic for this  i n the Seche;  ; ast Monday  The clinic vl-  |ohn Little, head coach for  chelt Legion Branch No.  40. At this clinic he leitur-  d onthe high jump and mid-  le distance* rlnhing, ,ais)"*he  ppoke briefly-  jf JOTP as w  field in rel  Icrms of athletics.  ill as track  tion ..to  On  the  hi: itory  and  Ather  Summer home  AS Ai.r|sult[ of; hea\y rainfall,  drainage^ ivater from the  Welcome ^ach ,roid7 sfrepsd  through.! andl "washe %'] out the  side cf fhefblue C'aysbill car-.  rying ^Vyithh it',,.the. 'siimhier  home 'M Mi\' and Mrs. Len  HaTris#| ofj Haney, BC.  Compretejy    removed    from.  Us    cenienl  - foundation,    the  -heuKSlidtbout 100 feet down'  -th^ bank a vl turned half way  ap^un'd. \X-i .-*  ���   Merfyf "-> I sland     lighthouse"  keeper p\Ir   Pptts' noticed  the  hcuse.ortl":tn<t beach and notified .-air-jscaj  -escue.-"^  -Savenl'years   prCvioujsly    a  small   slid 3   did   some   minor '  damage  tc   the  cenjient   block  foundadjon    hen  in existence.  Len^,pijaves, . recorder    for.  the  go"ijerjnn*ent   preefpitation".  register jatljl&lfmooh; Bay, reports, a  for the  eviKer^giving; a deed or selling  any of the 'assets, amounting:  to $25)000 piecemeal. The ex-''  ^utiyer,tbS27 thes��5'are:;'held in?  tiri��i^7fbiti|iuiUte:" generations*:  but this jmatter will ibe put to;  a general mepting.���^-     -  W.7^S.! vPotter^ I principal of  Elphinstjcihe'; secchdary.i school  reported |Sherwo4d' Jiayes and-  Nancy Inglis would attend  the legislative assembly.  \ No idrama 'festival can be  arranged; this year as i Powell  River cannot participate. Ih^  steady ijeachers:��� are trying to  Organize [a dramatic entertain-:  iment among the two isecond-J  'ary 'Tand the elementary  schools /in, "'the district.  Elphinjfione has been accre-j  dited until June,  1966L  Discipline and driver 'responsibility on school buses is  f^ecbelf  Beasity Salon  Evelyn Hayes  Above Port Office  Cutting ond Styling  Tu.cjday to Saturday'9-5  "Your Stairway To  Hair Beauty"  Phone 885-9525  rainfall of L93 inches  12-hour period during  which the s lide occurred.  SPEECH CLINIC  -$!  Stammering andx Lisping  Controlled  HAZEL CRITCHELL  Associate Trinity College  ;   London (Eng.)  Phone BBS 2273  plated iffarch 20  4 SPhtlNG fash en show Jcr  ! Wlarch 20 is bring arranged  tijNthe Sechelt, Kinet-tes. Fashions will 'bee= arranged hy  Kirs. Joan Hanse v of tiie Toggery. 'Proceeds will go "' towards jtjhe bos^t il fund to assist thej. Kinsmer Jurntsh two  lip-paifent Ifetmges. '. -��  i "Eiin0��tes have been asked  by"Jo^..Behner ir serve ac Ihe  Chamber   of   Commerce   3an-  <J����* ;���.'.-.  ! The annual convention will  .fee held this i year at Vernon.  j Naw�� members. Mrs. D. Maud  ���\jvas waldamed aj the monthly  meeting ,hel^ irLihe Village  Cafe oil thei'evAnihg ol' Jan,  ��-J    |, If    '���'  RUG CL^MNG  and DEIVIOTHING  Doyr or Evening Appsintmcnt  Done Right In Your  Own Mome  RATES REASONABLE  !   '     . -  For Frbc Esfimqles  Phone! 8E6-9S90  ��� ..J*^^^^M^^mf^^^^^li  /*.  Ir-  "^^^^Mm^^^^^^^^^


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