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The Sechelt Peninsula Times Jun 15, 1966

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JUNE'l^, 19$��-10��!  * into/hlgJugear last\weekfend as,,mein.   otfifreW&km M.111 >e presents rto",tl&  bera^ reported on progress since Hie com- vchosen lady. *    '      _     ���"  J   - >  mittee formed two weeks ago.\        -i    ,      Bpnch/83 Canadian, Legion Pipe,Band  " Contributions to date total' $4S0,and JiK **. .Wil^ ^teTn^ the .pa^de*  qlude $100-fromfo* Gibsons Vilkge Cerf- ' ^l^'lV08^ b^Brt^ *!?'��� A^5  tenjiial-JCoromittee^oo-^ M* ^ being fought wldoh tt> �� hoped_  Committee, $100 Branch 109 Canadian hi ' w^m' Pl��y '*�� the .danqe at night. ~  Ti     W,.i  gion, $5Q Ladies Auxiliary to t Branch 10&,- ,OftW VVoluntwr I Firemen J haye >  ���..    ," i t .     <    *    "     '    s  grjeed :t��'hold �� log rolling,.contest, loca-  Mrs. h. Labonte and Don Elson were t $0fr 0| ^h remains to be finalized but'  appointed contributions chairmen and Don. will b|>'either at the municipal floats or  Elson also, agreed to accept the duties pt /the1 government wharf, '   "       '    -'  parade raarstall.           /                  .,' -���    Although not yfl. definite, there is a  Numerous  floats  are already  entered possibility of obtaining the services of the  and it is expected to have the best parade sky diyers who, made such a hit last year  yet. Two saddle groups have indicated interest, one of which plans to enter eight  horses with riders attired in Spanish costume.  Gibsons Rod and Gun Club has agreed  to again run a fishing derby and tickets  will be on {.ale at $1 each.  Something entirely new this year is  planned for - the selection of a July 1st  at both Sechelt and Gibsons, plans are  afoot to bring an all-star little league team  over from the lower mainland to play a  local team, square dancing is planned,  probably on the Shopping Plaza and it is  hoped the Tidewater Players will present  a small play.  Sunshine Coast lions Club has indicated agreement to .operate the musical rides,  but at this time it, is not known whether  Queen.   In  keeping  with   the   Centennial    sufficient members will,be available ,for  theme, it is hoped to elect a senior citizen    the project.'  .  i    *"  A. E. Ritchey...  ofmer village Chairman  protests street cMages  FORMER Village5 Chairman, Alf Ritchey  '''apj^ar^~~'i>i^qre Gibsons Council last  week to petition against proposed re-naming of a number of streets to Marine  Drive. These would include Gower Point  from School Road to Prowse Road and  Dougal, Headlands and Franklin Roads.  Mr. Ritchey said it appeared members  of council showed little respect for the  pioneers after whom most of the streets  were named. Further, he had ho wish to  see^the areawturned intOrfa freeway. 4'We��  are plagued enough in this respect already,'* he added.  Comm. Fred Feeney pointed out that  it was not necessarily intention of council to abandon the names in question.  "Therewill hp new roads go in eventually  ~ai^'"we'lian.'<Sfr'tfie names vf6r''''tfiem,vr he  said.  Comm. Jim Drummond expressed the  opinion that he failed to appreciate the  need-to hold on to the names. "Most of  them mean very little and are of people  who contributed practically nothing, with  the exception of the _pdd *he who might  have donated a piece of property to the  church," he said.  Thc commissioner also said that in all  probability there, would be further changes  in time and that he could see no point in  the  historical  aspect.  Coinm. Feeney explained; the view of  council is that it is really just one road  and as Marine Drive it will be much  easier   to   give   instructions   to   visitors.  However, he would agree with a suggestion  by Comm. Norm MacKay that action be  deferred until the proposed planning survey be completed.  MEDICAL CLINIC  Commenting on plans for a new medical clinic which Dr. Hobson had previously  sought approval to build next to the public  health unit, Comm. Drummond reiported  he had been discussing the project with  Dr. Hobson. Althpugh still interested  there? now; appeareds a possibility^'that* the  property would be too small. Dr. Stanger  who has a part-time dental practice in  Gibsons has apparently sold his interests  and il seems two new dentists are moving  in, possibly with a dental technician.  One hour parking signs within the village have been erected and apart from a  few warnings handed out by the village  traffic inspector, things are working satisfactorily, reported Comm. Feeney.  One request from a beauty salon operator asked for an extension for her custd-  mersi who, *he explained* usually take  between one and one and-a-balf hours to  be attended to, sometimes longer.  Commissioners Drummond and Feeney  agreed,there are lots of other places to  park besides the restricted areas and that  it would be poor practice to make exceptions.  It was moved the applicant be so advised, Comm. Drummond suggesting the  landlord be approached to provide parkings ..,'   .  Fashionable ladies  S  j 7J   Tony Gargrave., MLA  *J J J   PTA guest speaker  *   *CJ[    MR. ANTHONY Gargrave, NDP MLA for  Mackenzie Riding will be speaking on  -QiHt^^^fare-andHEdueation^fe-the-anaualr-  meeting of Sechelt P-TA, June 23.  Place of the meeting has not yet been  arranged but notices will be posted outside the Sechelt School advising of the location. Mr. Gargrave will speak prior to  the business meeting.  Mrs. Florence Jeffries, a member of the  P-TA and also of the Elizabeth Fry Society, wrote to Mr. Gargrave' after reading his Legislative Report which dealt'with  child welfare. In his letter of acknowledgement, Mr. Gargrave kindly stated  he would call on Mrs. Jeffries on his next  visit to Sechelt to answer some of her  questions.  However, Mrs. Jeffries felt that many  people interested in this vital matter  would like to hear the MLA and contacted  the P-TA executive suggesting that he may  speak at the next meeting. t  Those interested in child welfare  are  welcome to attend the meeting which will '  be held at 8 p.m., June 23, probably in  the Sechelt school building.  ���trustees meet teachers  over construction plan  SCHOOL Trustees, Mrs. C. Fisher, - Don  Douglas and Cliff Thorold together with  Secretary Treasurer Peter Wilson, met last  week with Eiphinstone Principal W. S.  Potter, Vice Principal D. Montgomery and  Physical Education teacher E. Yablonski,  to hold a discussion on proposed construction at Eiphinstone Secondary School.  Items on the agenda included:- expan-  V  I-,  I I  PIIIP Hill If P�� fnlllll|VNDW y? "k^\Where the exc|u!^e    dr^ssf<i g^ made llieir own suits    sion of ^    gymnasium;  temporary  and  U10 flilfUUIiwiS Al&IUul&ll , : models which some young ladies    and displayed^ them^ during the re-    permanent parking faemties; the new com  on water dispute  COUNCIL or Gibsons has been instructed  by the Public Utilities Commission to  supply water to the Sunnycrest Motel by  September 30lh and has been criticized  for financing methods and what, amounts  tQ discrimination regarding Mr; Norm  : Prpcknow. operator, of Jfte, motel.: _,  Mr. Procknow reported this in an interview with The Times last weekend in  which he announced' that his lawyer Mr.  Roderick^ McDonald has received a notification to this affeetifrom the PUC. It is  understood the', commission was reluctant  to accept responsibility for creating a fire  hazard by ordering" that water be supplied  immediately.  wear, come from; these clever stu- cent fashion show. From left, Carol mercial rooms; the electrical room; the  deilts of Eiphinstone Secondary Mylroie, Jacki Tracy, Denise Cros- consolidation of the administrative offices,  School make their own and well with-   by, Judy Brown, Muriel Fossett ant1   etc.  {  j  n  ti  i,  \y  i;  5      '  h  in the .budget-too: These impeccably   Nora Hanula.  Manv exhibits...  ay  VISITORS to Eiphinstone Secondary,  School's Display Night were frankly amazed at the superb craftsmanship of the Industrial Arts -projects -on display. Many  people knew -that students made coffee  tables but the beautiful desks, chairs, su-  duced the .girls, decribing the attractive  array of garments which ranged from neat  jumpers and check gingham dresses, to  slims and poncho cape, black net and green  velvet creations.  Students   taking   part   in   the   fashion  show were, grade 9: Nanette Berdahl; Rita  It was agreed that the architect be requested to attend next meeting of the committee. l  Commemorative project  Sechelt gets approval  APPROVAL   of   the   Sechelt   Centennial  Commemorative Project has now been  granted, together with projects for 13 other  communities.  This was announced by the Honorable  Judy LaMarsh, Secretary of State for Canada and minister responsible for Centennial Affairs; the Honorable W. D. Black,  provincial secretary for tiie province, and  Mr. L. J. Wallace, general chairman of'  the   Canadian   Confederation   Centennial  perb chest and a variety of polished bowls _  This appears to bring to an end a long    were .greatly admired. Many returned for    ono; Susan Puchalski, Linda' Yocholwitz;    Committee of  British Columbia  drawn  td' the  yet indicated whether he will seek an alternative source of supply in the meantime.  aiqreiua  im uiiii^ iu au cuu a. i\ju&      .._,._-���_.-____.   ���,    ---���v 7     V w��w,   uu_au   * uvu_-_-?_u,   ��A_>ua    _.vj��u..!.w,,       w_umuu_v��.w   v..    *��*��.  out struggle for a water hook-up    a^sicond look at the tiny hand carved, Deanie  Patten;  Dawn Rowland;, Juanita        The Sechelt-project, a new public-li-  Imbfellbut'Mr."Procknbft ,ias not 4 &&*&, ^edar-mule complete"yn&r"prospec- WrayvSandV'Parsons; Carol'Newmatt'-an'&:���,^raTy^^totsdiiCDs^ot_$*,(S0;^,steted .-  ��� tor's, pack,  frymg  pan,, coffee "pot   and Barbara Blakeman. Textile-11.-and* 12,stut, Sat.consiruction onTPrait AvenueT- the J6F  Municipal clerk...  Attends annual conference  gains wealth of khowtedge  NEED FOR trained officials in the municipal field was emphasized by Hon.  Dan Campbell, Minister Municipal Affairs,  at the annual conference for municipal officers:   ,'>''���������������      " ��� ���  Clerk/Treasurer for Gibsons! Village  Council Charles Gooding, attended ns usual and reported back on what he referred  to as an extremely informative convention. Although fully qualified in municipal  administration, Mr: Gooding points out mat  tho conferences enable participants to keep  abreast of policy changes and also pro-  vldfc a wealth of knowledge not found In  lhe  municipal  act.  Ho (old council, there <w.s an excellent  panel discussion among officers from the  smaller municipalities which, among other  things, brought out the difficulties of tho  small community lacking a solicitor, \n  prosecuting minor by-lnw Infractions and  collecting licence fee.. Ho said, a recommendation was , made that municipalities  make use of gazetted 'but hnused ond unusable roads, Mr. Gooding pointed out that  consent  of   adjoining   landowners   is   the  main stumbling block in most cases.  Considerable Interest was Indicated in  regional districts and one note of interest  involving Central Kootcnay showed that  after a regional district was formed, there  was, and still is, constant demand for tho  district to provide services of all types  Which are ossontially those provided by a  municipality. It gave the Impression that  directors arid staff arc set'up to work  on the larger main problems of a regional  district were somewhat harassed by these  demands which are not a function of a  regional district.  The minister, In his opening remarks  also asked for the co-oporallon of municipal officers In thc rewrite of tho, Municipal i Act which |t is estimated will take  about two years to complete.  Mr: Gooding thanked council for per-  mlttn'g hlrii to attend the conference  which, ho said, was extremely busy and  enjoyable,  Last week council moved to proceed  with a borrowing by-law for > $11^;0{K) in order to develop the new well which is expected to provide sufficient additional water to supply double the present service.  Sechelt Brownie pdeks  schedule wiener roast  SECHELT   Girl   Guide   Association   held  last meeting qf the season but due to thc  sma|l attendance, election of officers has  been postponed' until the fall.  First and Second Sechelt Brownie packs  hold their last meetings this Monday and  will combine with Wilson Creek on Satur.  day, June 18th for a wiener roast at Camp  Olave; leaders will inform them of the  times.  Girl Guides and lenders plan '"a 5 day  ca'mp at Porpoise Bay Camp, beginning  Monday, July ,4th. A cook-out has already  minute pick and shovel, the work of Terry  Simmons.  The fine display from the woodwork  shop lended to distract from, the equally  good,work turned but by the metal shop  and the draughting; and navigation course.  . .Also attracting, a -great's deal of attention, was the art; display with its fascinating papier-mache, models , and _colorful oil  paintings. Small brothers and siisters appeared most fascinated with the-gruesome  array of neatly laid out frogs displaying  various parts of their anatomy, in the  science section.    !  In the foyer, enterprising grade 8 students were selling editions of their version of the May 23rd, 1866; edition of the  Daily Colonist. Home Economics students  did a brisk business with their baking, and  refreshments were being served.  Most enjoyable part of the evening was  the fashion show, held in, the auditorium  which was attractively decorated for the  occasion. The stage was centred with a  streamer festooned archway and baskets  of mauve rhododendrons and colored paper  dents:-Carol Parker; Roberta Pratt; Bonnie Thorburn; Robin Norris; Carol Mylroie; Judy Brown; .Nora* Hanula; "Denise  Crosby; Jacki Tracy and Muriel Fossett.  already acquired by the villagev for. thisC  purpose. ' ",x ,  Federal/provincial share is $2,160. Lo-/  cal contribution, $1,890.  .-V.  il  ���~\-  i  S  ti-  been held at ;the camp on June llth and    rosette arrangements made a pretty sot  those brave enough to turn out in the un  settled weather,  thoroughly enjoyed It.  The association plans,, a book sole In  July; anyone wishing to donate, please  contact one of the members. There will  also ho a. book deposit box placed In Kruse  Drug Store, Sechelt,  ting for tho young models who walked  along a carpeted platform which extended  from tho stage.  Vice president of the students coucil,  Annette Hanson; welcomed visitors to the  show and Introduced, commentator Linda  Chnmborlln who most competently Intro-  fr i  Talent outlet...  (    ll   HI ltf|< 4[%      |t|��   , 1      )  i'.i       t,l/l        (1 II'  i , y\Ai ' \ i'    'i  V  i'Mt   J i Vi 'n. i.  ^W,^V'��^^P'wfU^^1*iw4(^f'^*i.^*^��^H*^t^*p(t*^^^l#�� ^1*41. 44,1*^441,^4.4-4  '. tV, I  ' I  t'1 in  \'   I 1  1  ,*   >' lir* u   hi   it    V I'  f* 'N I'll 1   ' 1.  '     'i ' " 1  .   .  ,\t||   Ml'/        '' 1"      . '' I    ,     '   '   '     '  1'' i*} 1 1, ft . M ;  n ,   1  . ,4^ j,|i 4ft*��4 Ml *'W*HlM*>����^l'��*LV'Mt.H>t,��*-flW>A^  Old municipal hal  requested for ~arls_  F��r��weH gift ,  MR. GEORGE CresswoU, who will   JDorothy Szabo, Mr., Jim Flately, Mr.  bo retiring Juno 17 from his posi-   Jack Hqskins, Mr. Bill Duncan, Mrs.  tion, of custodian foreman at Elphin-   Rita Fitphett; Mr. Leo D'aoust, Mr.  ^stono Scconclai7 School,  where he   Olo Korgan, Mr. Al Clark and Mr.  ha.? been employe^ for tho past 15   Jim Garlick. A keen photographer,  years receives a gift of appreciation   Mr. Cresswoll was delighted wlU> tho  frqm members of Sechelt School pis-   gift of a roll film holder for his Gra*  .,��Jtrict.-Employees-��Un'ion.����Local^No.����,pliiex.k^  001, Making the presentation Is Mr.   morous graduation pictures over, the  *Mlf��tiRli.*(H!m WiW*.*^  m ��  !fi;  i  ANOniER application for use of. the old    that other "groups have boon-refused In   Roy  Blake,   president.   Also  in tho   years.  (jlbsons VlilaKo Ilall \yas received Iuhi   the past.                                               picture are:   Mr.  Jim Reed,, Mrs,  \yc��k from Mr. Arthur Lisch who, In out-        u wns ngrcoiUho" application ho tabled   ~~ '���������;;;��� \ v: ������; : ���  Impaired driver..  lining tho success of the recent arts and  crafts workshop, said It was obvious an  outlet was needed and that ho- proponed  to start a class this summer,  Xomiiir Norni MiicKay said* U��ul already the .Guides and Jehovah's Witnesses  had boon turned down, and that once cmuv  ell lot If out, n caretaker would be ro-  quU'ed. Comm. Sam Fladager agreed, slating IiIn worry In the case was that, it might,  end up a free 'school or something of that  nature, "1. havo no objection to an art  gallery but certainly not ,��' froo school,"  he said,  agreed, tho application  ponding   further 'discussion' and' decision  reached at the next meeting,  DONATIONS ...     '  A., number of requests, for .dohutlons to  annual cvenls Included ono from Ulbsons  " Uecrcallon 'Commission" by J, Cramer of  tho ways and means committee, II, was  explained that an annual recreation grant  of $105 Is normally turned over to tho  commission. Comm. fladager, however,  expressed surprise that tho request had  boon mado. "Ah a mombor, of tho commission, 1 am surprised lo hoar of tho  -..appoftl,tt��ho...8ald���.:._���^,;..���.,.���.,^w������.���.���,���_  :EidQrl'V^SecheltJ.djiver  given year's suspension  !!  ,i i 1  KDWAUI) Charles Dyer, aged 78, of Socholt,     appeared     before     Magistrate,  Charles Mlttlostoadt Juno 10 charged with  ,.-Jmpalrod*drlvlng.,  Rock aftock  flclcnily large nt'thtrttmc for an art, gal  lory, A permanent location for arts and  WE GET used to Hnittll roekn llyinR- heading the other \yay, and..-wont,.glij*^."^  1    from other vchlplon, but seldom, right througli'lho windshield, strlk-    �� u wnH .. ��� ������,..,���, n.��� hv��MP n^,h  one Ihifl size, Mlshnn occurcd near ingiyir, Horron on: tho chest and    ���   l-m n{m mm[ m Dy m' imn  Roberts Crook Tuesday, May 7, as ending up on the back seat, A com-  1. ill Uerrpn of AYcst Seclielt was eiv pnnlon who was driving was unin-  routo'to Gl'bsonfl,  The large  rock jurod, -, ���  ..sprung., wl^on.,.ltlOl-JL..M.8!.LHHS!L  Mr,   LlHch,   who   appeared   later,   ox-        Council   supported   a   suggestion   by        Charges arose following a motor vehicle  plained  his  main concern Is to provide    Comm. Drummond that Comm. Fladager accident May K��rd when an auto driven  an outlet for talent, on the peninsula nnd    check  inlo' the  nltunllta  before  further by Dyer loft % highway, sustaining dam-  that ho felt, Ulbsons Is where, It should ,��iu,    action bo taken,               ������,.'.           ...'  ago to the extent of $100.  ^fS?i|2S��yfef.KJj4SfeS��L-i!^SLl   -��� Second .vc��tuosL��camo. from. Uio July.l  llo ..was. fined. $100, and his. driving, llv  Hinnii rot woihsnops but consiamnl ll sur-    (il)y comml���00 m{ M\v\m\ Ulnl Ilwl vl.np.N WMa ml!,peiHlcd for 12 months.  grou|> had boiler tliah $!100 In Iho kilty In       James Martin Prcls.' of Powell Klver,  start with,  This yoar there Is $3,  It In k\no appeared to face n charge of 1 Impair-  Ihorcforo .nocossary to r��lne considerably ed driving, resulting from an Incident ot  more, , '    ��� 0:W) a.m. Juno 4thwhen liis aulo loft the  Motion was passed that a donation of highway near Halfmoon hay,  ending up  $50 as In tho past bo granted, In the ditch.  Third request, from Sunshine Coast Fnll       lie was fined $100, with no driving bus  Fair, wns also approved but on the recommendations   of  Comma,   Drummond   nnd  Flttdagor," was raised' from $85 to $30,  Hint ho \vn�� in no way representing tho  Hnnshlno Const Arts Council,  Contm.p Flndnger oxjilnlned Ihnt plnniv  nro under conslderntlon to turn tho building Into changing rooms for bnlhors, also  pension.  Henny  Hllllo,  ngod M, of Hochctt was  sunt to jail for 2  of �� $200 fine arising from 'a charge of  attempting to enter a licenced premises  when on tho Interdict list.  -u Resident- of -.the Porpoise - Hay - arcn r W ���  yenr old Alvin 'Jeffries, wns also sentenced  to a two month term 11. Oakalla as n re-  1 suit of a charge of assault causing bodily  harm,        , -....,..<���..  -    Incldtnt-lnvolvcd^^an-argumtmt-between  Joffrlos .and���his,r,moUier���during-whlch*Jie.,  struck her n blow.       ;     ������, ������  Police wero called out to what was reported to bo a stabbing In tho Garden Day  area last Saturday night and a doctor  stood by to make an emergency dash.  Investigation, however, revealed tho In*  cldcnt to be of a very minor nnture, exngi'  gcrntcd out of nil proportion, It is under-  Ml  I ', ��.'  1 j��   (,.  ���w-  months when In. dofaultstood no charges weru laid.  ,.v,,;r^V.��*.^.^i..f*) -> % \t :J   ^i.>.^���> f*  \y% I v!  *>^i'%�� V*VyV  �����'��� "A-J,^,l'v'i,.*-,_1\.-,^,)|..P.i ><| I  t�� .^sl����-,.r *tiM*^MV-V-' *'"'* IiJ|  .M'4> f 1V-ViMh'Vl��.'^***��4" J�� t/."--t* i^.^^^^M1. ti",J>M  k |.��__,f. �����%' ft.��^.<* ,*.   .>\..*;.im   1  .�����._ nt >.^., ��'f *  ^ ��,     *f. |��     .*. I .f      -��.,��-      A       .A      >��*.        #.,*f��*     ,-��,*.*���, * *4,*i        *.*V.  . �����,. %, m.#,.#w*****r .  "<\��,*" *��,!)f- fi>rs*^-g%rr!&'V**^  "-N-'N-'-X ���**�� ���*>��-*Il->   ���  --^4-Mt\J    <tf"V*_* <_ WPM^-Uriw>    Tit  V"  ���  *fff**��<P*- *"   TX\**W**'V*W"'   "V "���** 4* *   *lVJi��'  ���� *n* ^��-Mpt-*w ��i��f  .\r  .��  * <  (���  ���  ����� ��  t:  ii I*, <  1 i  I v   i  �� v  * yiy  >.?';  *,  ^i?i). ^v,_  CK''V  Paget     Sechfelt Eehinsula Times     Wed., June 15,1966    "^ KTATE (Confinued)     F0R SALE (Continued.  -��rir**r **,  ���mmmmm��mrmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmTm^M^mmm\m^  S^ELtPfiMiNSULA7*^eS       Telephone 885-9654  D-BRIE  Classified  Published Wednesdays by the  fechelt   Peninsula  Times  Ltd.,  ot  Sechelt, B��_.  Member, Audit Bureau  of Circulation  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line AdBriefs (15 words)  One Insertion  50c  Three insertions ���_..$!.00  Extra lines (3 words) . ���10c  (This rate does not apply to  commercial Ad-Briefs.)  Box Numbers, ��� ___10c extra  25c Book-keeping charge is added  for AdBriefs not paid by publication dote.  Legal or  Reader  advertising   25c.  per count line.  Display   advertising   in    classified  Ad-Brief columns,   1.50  per inch.  COMING EVENTS  BINGO���Friday, 8 p.m., at Sechelt   Indian   Hall.   All   welcome. Totem Club.        9610-tfn  ROBERTS    Creek   Boy    Scout  group  committee Strawberry'  Tea.   Wednesday,   June   22,   2  p.m., St. Aidan's Church Hall.  9615-28  HELP WANTED Cont,   NEED   extra   money?   If   you  live    in    Seeheljv    Roberts  Creek   or   liangdale,   Soames  Point  area,  make your  spare  "time   profitable.   Three   house*-  HOPKINS   Landing   waterfront  on Point Road. 4 bedrooms,  2 baths. Phone 733-8050 or 261-  3151. 2345-tfn  TCOTTAGES  WEST SECHELT  On 1 acre with view, on highway. Needs some finishing.  High potential area. Asking  $12,900.  Good terms.  Harry Gregory - 885-9392  DEATHS  BARTLE���Passed away June  12, 1966, Oliver Harold (Pa)  Bartle, in his 94th year, of Gibsons, B.C. Survived by one  daughter, Mrs. Nora Haley of  Gibsons, B.C.; and two grandsons. Mr. Bartle was a life  charter member of Royal Canadian Legion Branch 109. Funeral sendee held on Wednesday,  June 15 at 3 p.m. from fee  Family Chapel of Harvey  Funeral Bfome^RevrH^ Kelly  officiating, interment Sea View  Cemetery. 9614-28  Wedding Announcements  ^^.f,^^.J^^.^^a^Ji.yji^,.,.  u'."'"ley of Wilson (Seek wish to  announce the marriage of their  eldest daughter Sharon Elizabeth, to William James Ellis,  son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Mc-  Grade of Port Alberni. The  wedding to take place at 2:30  p.m. on Saturday, June 18, 1966  at St. John's United Church,  Wilson Creek. Rev. Wm.  Cameron officiating.       9611-28  wives required to show and  sell world famous Avon Products in your area. For details '  please writs giving phone number, Box 9569 c/o Sechelt Peninsula Times, Box 381, Sechelt,  B.C. 9569-28  PERSONABLE man capable  of handling marine service  station. Summer employment  only Apply: Lloyds Store,  Garden   Bay,   B.C. 9595-27  Mrs. Naida Wilson  Now 10 years in business.  REQUIRES SALAL PICKERS  Phone 885-9|746 or write c/o Box  390,   Sechelt.   9625-tfn  SCHOOL DISTRICT No. 46  (SECHELT)  A competent shorthand-typist  is required for the office at  Eiphinstone Secondary School  in Gibsons. The work is interesting and responsible. Commencing salary will: be $312.00  per month and the successful  applicant will be required to  commence her duties about  July l, 1966. Interested persons  should, in the first instance,  apply  in writing  to:  The Secretary-Treasurer,  School District No. 46,  Box 220, Gibsons, B.C.  (Telephone 886-2141)  9605-28  "SECHELT AGENCIES   LID.  Phone 885-2161  9558-tfh  USED 3 speed bicycle  (boys)  26" wheels. Fair condition, 2  new tires  and  tubes.  885-9332.  9592:29  AS NEW, 110 volt glass lined  electric water heater. 33 gal.  capacity,   $40.   Phone   885-9942.  9586-29  2 SHETLAND ponies. (A gelding and a  mare).  1  saddle  and 2 bridles. Full price $300.  Family pfets. Phone 883-2454.,!   958*429-  PERSONAL  ARE  you under 40, if so the  Kinsmen of Sechelt welcome  your  interest  as  a   member.  Phone 885-9544 or 885-9560.  9581-26  WORK WANTED  FOR Carpentry. New and-repair work.  Contact  V.  Mitchell 885-9582. 9784-tfn  J.*,,., ,���������.,��� -i, ������-������.. ���     ���-���������I-      .um,     .,     ���I....M���������  BAIN BROS.  Trucking & Excavating  Phone 883-2639  or 885-9634  9451-tfn  WANTED  JUNK wanted���clean ?up your  junk,   best   prices   paid   for  your copper, brass and metal.  886-2261. 9568-tfn  TRADE homes for holidays,  July 24 to August 7. Have  executive-type home overlooking beautiful Skaha Lake south  of Pentlcton, beach access,  complete privacy. Write J. M.  Padgett, ,RR l, Okanag'an  F*Us. 9601-29  HELP WANTED  WESTCOAST  EVERGREEN  COMPANY  Roberts Creek  ., WANTfD^TO BUY . ;__;.-;  ANTIQUE and second hand items, small pieces of furniture, etc. Phone collect, Powell River 485-4340. Treasure  Trove,  6815 Burton St.  4779-29  SCRAP   metalfc   and   batteries.  Phone 886-2487. 9543-tfn  FOR RENT  HALL   FOR   RENT ��� Wilson  Creek Community HalL Contact Mr. L. Watson, 885-9954.  9275-tfn  NEW suites, furnished or unfurnished. One bedroom,  bathroom^ c^bi||tion |fet<^i  living roomr^AIPelectric -tfet  stove and fridge. Phone 885-  9333 after 5 p.m. 9375-tfn  COTTAGES for rent, by day,  week or month. All inclusive.  Also trailer space. Phone 885-  9565. Mission Point Motel,, Wilson Creek/; 95pl-tfn  2 BEDROOM suite, all electric  with    fridge    and    electric  stove. Central Sechelt. 885-9366.  9591-29  BOATS & ENGINES  40 HP 1961 Johnson rebuilt,  $320; "16' Clinker inboard ��i  cabin, $395; 17' Allen Lap-  strake, convert, top, 35 Evinrude Electric Lark; 14' Inboard  electric start, air cooled, 7.5  hp $295; 1 only, 33 Evinrude  L/S, reg. $658, spec. $540;  1 only, 33 Evinrude L/S electric, reg. $759, spec. $650. Madeira Marina, Pender Harbour,  phone 883-2266. 9530-tfn  14'     SANGSTERCRAFT     boat  with windshield.  18 hp Evinrude  motor  and trailer,   $550.  cash. Phone 885-9565.     9582-tfn  18   H.P.    OUTBOARD   engine.  $200   cash.    Good   condition.  Phone 883-2641. 9602-30  16 FOOT Carvel built boat,  powered with 8M> h.p. Briggs  and Stratton inboard ��� motor.  Electric starter and clutch.  $350. cash. Phone 885-9328.  9604-30  15^FOOT    speedboat    with    40  h.p.    Johnson. : motor.    $600  cash. Phone 883-2265.       9607-30  14-FOOT plywood hull for sale.  Complete with 18 hp electric  start    Johnson    and    controls.  $300.   Ph:   885-9626. 9609-30  FOR SALE or swap���older 34'  fish boat. Overhauled diesel  engine, fibreglass hull, sounder,  extra engine parts/Needs  paint. Husband gone mining.  Talk of swap deal or cash. No  credit Want property, auto or  pleasure  boat.  Phone  883-2503.  9616-28  t ENCYCLOPEDIA    Brittanica���  Junior-Senior   complete   with  bookcase. 885-9733 after 6 p.m.  9600-30  2 LOTS adjacent, l cleared, 1  partially, priced to sell. Medusa    Street,    Sechelt.    Phone  886-2642. 9598-29  VIEW1  lot  W.   Sechelt.   2 BR  honfe, not finished. Lot.size  90'x590'  $4,000.   Phone 885-2197.  9567-28  JAY BEE USED  FURNITURE  Phone 886-2346, Gibsons  Next to Ken's Parking  Beer bottles. We buy and  sell everything  999__-tfn  FRIGIDAIRE fridge, $49.95;  Finlay comb, gas and wood  range, $59.95; Gurney Propane  Gas range, A-l shape, $79.95;  Easy washer, $24 95; Kehmore  22Qy    electric    dtyer,    $89.95;  Easy spin dry washer, $59.95.  ��� ���   -      ���    '       ' .    ' ��� i ��� p.   ��� i    '-�������.  Tarde   in  now   while   tradfe-in  prices are highest    '.'"���  PARKER'S HARDWARE  Sechelt ��� Phone 885-2171  96i34fn  y  saw  TIMtS "  BUSINESS DIRECTORY  J  ELECTRA-CLEAN  Upholstery Cleaning - Carpets'  .   Furniture - Rugs   , *-,  Fo{ appointment Phone 886-^890  CLYDES CYCLES  Highway 101 - Pine Road- Gibsons. B.C.  Seving the Sechelt Peninsula  Service ond Accessories for alt-Motoreyeles-  We pick up and deliver your bike  Phone 886-9572  Open to 10 p.m. 7 days a week  Scows ��� Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  LTD.  Heovy Equipment Moving & Log Towing  L. HIGGS  Phone 885-9425  TREE SERVICES  Falling,  Topping,  Limbing  for view.  AH work insured.  Full informoHon Phone 886-2343  ARNOLD BLOMGREN  Well-earned award ���  E.   R.   BOYCE   (B.C.   Tel's   North   Shore    telephone    employees   have  Shore  district manager)   receiv-   worked more than 4 V-i years without  ing B.C. Safety Council's "Award of   a lost-time accident on the job. <    .  Honor" from H. N. Maclean. North  Septic Tanks and Dhiin Fields - Backhoe and  Front End Loader Work.  Screened Cement Gravel - Fill ond Road Gravel.  Phone 885-9666 - Box 172 ^ Sechell  FRANK E. DECKER. OPTOMERIST  Bal Block - Gibsons  -    Every Wednesday and Saturday  886-2166  CARS and TRUCKS  ACCESSORIES :  Paint -- Fibreglass - Rope  Canvas - Boat Hardware,  WALT NYGREN SALES  LTD. i  Gibsons,  B.C.  Phone 886-9303        \  7857-tfii  1952 Studebaker  Good Transportation  Ed Green, Davis Bay  Phone 885-9571  9423-tfn  FOR SALE  FATEfER'S Day specials at  Earls, Gibsons. Philishave  electric razors, fishing rods  and reels, tools, tackle boxes,  electric drills, radios and many  many  more.  Phone 886-9600.  . 9589-28  TRAILERS  4$t  -  J.*'   'J-.  8x30'    HOUSE  886-2724.  trailer.    Phon&  9603-3&;  "Times" AdBriefs  are  MIGHTY MIDGETS  i  3-ROOM    cottage  Park   for   rfent.  9579. .    '  at    Selma  Phone   885-  9608-30  REAL ESTATE  ROBERTS  Crock, ,4  bedroom  house,  to  be  finished,   1500  square feet. On 9 afcrcs. Landscaped garden. Phone 886-9537.  9576-28  111  I  } I  ji i  SALAL PICKERS WANTED!  Salal 38c Bunch  - Plant Located at Roberts  (^reek across the street from  Post Office  PHONE 886-2682'  3980-1 fn  Se|ma Park  Waterfront!    3-bcdroom    view  home,   large   lot   with   good  beach,  landscaping  and fruit  trees. TJ&fflis on $14,5Q0,00.  Roberts Creek  Sacrifice Vale: Almost coni.  pletcd 3-bedrooin i;500 sq. ft.  all el house. Good water on  8'_i acres: $5,000.00 down on  $11,000.00,  New Home jn Woodsy  ���;iSejtting'"���':���';;'"'''   ������  ,4, bedrooms,  good waUsr supply,  $10,500 cash.  Granthams  ��� notlremcnt.    and^/or ^ revenue  ** home,   bHglU^^clonnr^MSiuiWi"  cent views, convenient to i>uh,  shop nnd P.O. Revenue coffee  on )6t. $5,00Q,00 flown,  E. McMYNN  REAL ESTATE &  INSURANCE  Rox 238       Gibsons       886-2180  Res.  880-2500. 880-2681,  880-2393  0012'2��  i i.  4l-)l*tTW��Wt����rti>i-^  .  V  1 )*'  > ft,}"'  .4 w^lHi 4  3  li  .2 NEW SUBDIVISIONS  II LOIS  !Ti  'Earls''Covo Subdivlsion"^n 'adjacent*To"fiaflrXJoYer-'  ferry terminal on the Sunshine Coast Highway,  i ,'i  rf����l��J|(��M>*!Wflf*f 1  Also-LARG[4li-��  ��  41 '     '  I II .. 1  .   i >M  i Wiite&fcfrftfririQtfW&kt.--  V Madeira  Park  Subdivision  ��� overlooking  Pender  f-farbour and Gulf ���  10%  down ��� easy terms  '* on balance. Discount for cash.  ;,,   FOR SALE BY OWNER ,  ii4)i,i n 4<i  . t ,   ��� t    O, SLADEY ��� Madelrd Park, B.C.  VL\ Phone, 883-2233 or phone North Vancouver  * 985-4934  ' I    l^>.p i   *jl^      ^^V^    f   I    , '*  *        . I  *��i.   %J.&%?l|_^IH.teM^*tf.^��V*'# "^ *   4'4 . ... 4^4...  , *��� :<\ ��� .     ViLW..  |iiil��i����.illijH II ����"1"1' "'"  t Wmw V^m*pi4 ^#f^4**^^iM imUI4 im * iw_ *A��^**^t.jw*^ * to. *  V 1     I      , I    ' V    M  1,1     ' I .1  ' '   , .1 I I  [��.���   Itt, I ��    | ."��B., ��li> ,1 (    ,    .  Round the town  ���by Ed Green  MRS. H. W. "Ben" Mason (Louise) daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Palmer, expects  to  appear... on  Channel  8  on  a  10  minute spot between 6:30 and 7 p.m., June  30th with "Village Squares" of West Vancouver. There will,be..-a repeat,on Channel,..  8, July 6th at 11:30 p.m. Watch for this,  all you square dance fans.  Mr. and Mrs, Fred J. Holland have returned from an enjoyable two week camping trip through the Okanagan and report  good fishing. They visited friends in Pen-  ti'cton and "also stopped off to visit friends  at Whaliey,  on the way home.  Mr. and Mrs. Dave Herrin had as guests  recently,  Mr.  and Mrs.  H.  Hartum from  Busby, Alberta.  !   Mr. Wiljo Wiren and Mr. Edward Wiren  Visited Charman Island,  Jervis  Inlet,  for  a few days.  Mr. Alan P. Nevins and Mr. Tom Clark-  son were away for two weeks visiting Calgary, Rocky Mountain House and Cheder  'Creek. ......,'. ��� , ...,.���    ..   ,...,.���  Miss Darlynn Ferris, during a recent  visit to Vancouver, enjoyed entertainment  provided by the Kimm Sisters, the Korean  girls being featured at the Cave Supper  Club.  Mr. and Mrs. Brad MacKenzie being  congratulated on the arrival of a baby boy.  Miss Sandra Corlett, who is receiving  treatment in Vancouver, was home for the  weekend, returning to hospital in town.  Mr. and Mrs. A; Ferris during a recent  visit to Trail, became acquainted with  two young nurses from the Philippine Islands who have been in Canada for about  7 months. The two young ladies recently  visited the Ferris home in Gibsons.  The 17th wedding anniversary of Mr,  and Mrs. R. Alsager was informally celebrated at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W.  Nygren, on Saturday .evening, June 11th,  Mrs. E. Fisher of the Granthams Landing Store has her. parents, Mr., and Mrs,  W. Coutts from Long Beach, California,  visiting with he.   for thc summer,  Mrs. Cloe Day is planning' a trip to  Europe, she will visit her daughter who  is  in  G9rmariy.   Mrs,  Gladys   MacMillan'  will be accompanying Mrs. Day; they have  reservations to leave by plane on July 5th.  About 15 students from Eiphinstone Secondary School accompanied by Mr. W. S.  Potter, Mrs. W. Rankin and Mrs. Richardson, journeyed to Vancouver where; they  visited the Vocational School, gaining much  information about what the institution has  to offer. Also 10 students from the business class accompanied Mr. Bujan on a  tour of the Vancouver Stock Exchange  wterie- they appreciated 'the willingness of  people to explain the procedure.  The weekend June 10-12, brought much  activity to Camp Byng when from 45th  Fraser District in Vancouver, there/Were  36 cubs and 7 leaders. From 22nd Kitsi-  lano District, 80 cubs and .^Mjeaders^ll,,..  passing the 10 smiles to success, endeavouring to be trained, helpful, efficient,  cheerful, useful, brave, generous, righteous,  informed   and   neat.  Isn't there a saying that if you want  a job done, ask a busy man to do it?  Whoever said that might have been thinking of popular Mr. Fred Feeney, who  serves Gibsons in many ways. He is on  the executive of the Canadian Legion, a  member of the Kiwanis International, vice  president of the Chamber of Commerce,  volunteer fireman, district repairman' for'  the B.C. Telephone Co; and elected representative oh the Village Commission.  When Corp. Fred Feeney. was just discharged from the Air Force, he came to  Gibsons Landing to visit his father who was  a civil engineer working for the Department of Public Works in this district. Fred  stayed, beginning an interesting career  with the Government Telegraph and Telephone Co, where he took on the job of  looking after the area between ISquamish,  Horseshoe Bay and Bowen Island, piloting  a boat to go about his work. In 1954, B.C.  Tel. acquired the Government telephone  system and Fred Fceney's services.  It was about 20 ycard ago in Gibsons  Landing that Fred was married to Pearl;.  McKay. They have three daughters, Mrs.  Dave Latham  (Penny),  patsy  and Shan-  , non.  .,'....    ,..'.,..    MADEIRA MARINA  Madeira Park, B.C.  Your OMC Service Centre - Peninsula Evinrude  Dealer - Cabins - Trailers & Hook-up - Camp  I    Sites - Trailer Court - Launching Ramp  Phone 883-2266  From a book review: "It is not a bpok*  to be lightly thrown aside.   It should be  thrown with groat force.!' ,  SUNSHINE COAST  QOSpEL CHURCH  (Undenominational)  '   Sunday School 10:00 a.m.  Church Sorvico 11:15 a.m.  PASTOR REV, S, CA5SELS  Selma Park Community Hall  St. John's United Church  WlUon Creek, B.C.  Sunday School���9:45 a.m.  Divine Worship���11:15 a,m.  Led by Miss H,, E, Campboll  Except on 2nd Sunday each niOnlh  Family Service-���. 1:15 a.m.  Divine Service���3:30 p,m,  Led by Rev, W, M, Cameron  Marine Supplies Service  GARDEN BAY BOAT WORKS  ~A COMPLETE LINE OF BOAT REPAIRS  Garden Bay. B.C. - Phone 883-2366  CUSTOM TRACTOR WORK - BACK HOE  DITCHING - EXCAVATING CONTRACTING  GRAVELr TOP SOIL AND FILL  Let iis solve your problems  ED FIEDLER - GIBSONS  Phone 886-7764  I, |       -  ���    ||-L. ������!.!!���.  ...   I I ���-  ',      ,   TREE FALLING  TOPPING OR REMOVING LOWER LIMBS  FOR VIEW.  -i\i  Insured work from Port Mellon to  Pender Harbour  PV SERVICES LTD.  Mbrven Volen 886-  Digby Porter 886-9615  PENINSULA  BUILDING SUPPLY LTD.  Phone Sechelt 885-9669  "THE HOUSE WITH A HEART"  E. 4...Caldwell. .Prop,..-'. Box 97, Sechelt,, B.C.  Phone 885-2062  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS  APPLIANCES ��� ELECTRIC HEAT  Phone 885-2062  JOHN DE KLEER  Building Contracting  Sechelt, R.R. 1 Davis Bay Road  Phone 885-2050  GIBSONS SEPTIC TANK  PUMPING SERVICE  Phone 886-2848 or 886-2404  PORPOISE BAY WATER TAXI  Charter Trips - Scenic Tours  ;  Phono 885-2828  or Radio Mar Deo, ,    ,  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  SERVICE: SEC^SLT  Sunday School ��� 10:00 a.m.  Church Service ������11:15 a.m.  Prayer -��� Wednesday 7:30 p.m'.  ,;      REV. A. WILLIS, PASTOR  .YouoroJnvli .dJo,attond.ony.or.fiach,8erylcci_  BOCXXXiOQQPPOQPQSOOOCXlp^^  mmmmmmmmmm  LUTHERAN CHURCH  SUNDAY SCHOOC 11:00 am,  PASTOR JOHN ULMi:R  Socholt Elomentary Activity Room  LUTHERAN HOUR  C.K.M3, 10|00 a.m. Dr, O, Hoffeman  Tho  A nalicah Church  Of CANADA  Phono: 885.9793  'Sunday/ J una 19   ST,.. HILDA'S., ���   8 a.m. Holy Communion  ST, MARY'S  11 a.m, Holy Communion  CHURCH OF HIS PRESENCE  3' p.m, Eycnsong  ST, HILDA'S  7:30 p,m, Evensong  Check These Terrific Savings Now!  EXTERIOR OIL PAINT  From $4.49 Gal  ���  i i  iiiiii" Hi  I'" n  ' ilium I Ml  PANELLING, 4'x8'kW  at   $2.59  mmmmmmmmfmmmmmmmmmwmmmmwmm  ConforEta  Sheathing  T.r��8rxB/ierr at $2.so  .. ,10% 'OFF AM-   ,  PAINTS and BRUSHES  "���'"inn ��� ���||"||i"i i m        in  ETCMWOOD '_��� ��� Factory  Seconds  ''i'xS'xW* at $3.95  mmmmm^mmmmmmmmmfmMmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm^  ASPEN1TE  AWxYt" at $3.95  HILLTOP BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  Phone 886-7765  Gibt\onfl, B.C.  xmxx��0[x��o(m��6Q^  ^W��fcll*t*HlWW**��4Htt (t * l*J  lltt��#f,#l*.i!!  44   .    #   *4444A4ff'4  4    4   4    4   4  4  I  H     I 30iteffl4-T  - rT^-vy���*���V* =T-7-r  ���y.mj*; ���$.. ._B*>..... b-^Mi���J- -  -+ -*--"+���   -!!��������-*�����  -_r^^��i*fc^s=*s-_  *��� *aUy.  _ _t-j-_i_.   ^i-^f m  . V-^j--  ������ f^-g* ^ftv     y^rf-  'AlkVl     *'��'' -*~f  J.'-. *+- �� *-* K^ ru*^'-'A^  i~*'  Sechet Peninsula Times    <     Page 3  Wednesday. June "15/1966  ' '   H  Xing  ">���   "* Small Town. U.S.A.  ���^       ������ j ,  WELL" IT'S been a long time since I've  written  ���  receive   the* paper  every  _ week, so -keep-up with the news, pretty  _ well. Well, with war news here an<_{ racial  integration and the booming of the counties, there is much news ��� -the vfar does  not seem to disturb too many, somehow  are but none-wants-4^-tace-itr-ll^ou^  don't pay any attention ^maybe it will go  aWay attitude, unless the family is involved witK a son or father there. '^  For a nation with an abundance of  everything, foodwise and otherwise, everyone is on a diet ��� strange anomaly' indeed ��� you feel guilty when out with folks  if you eat what you want to, especially  that luscious piece of pie with ice or whipped cream and cream in your coffee. With  everyone else taking black coffee, you feel  like an outsider.  If someone has a dress that's a little  tignt, they don't let the dress out, just  starve for a few days ��� and they really  starve ��� everyone has a special diet and  they all compare diets, at the drop of a  hat ��� some under doctor's care with pills  to help. You can't go to lunch.with any-,  one for they are not eating, even their  husbands are dieting with them. It just  doesn't make sense, the more emaciated  you look the better ��� everything is turned out in size 7 to 10 or 12, if you're not  in that bracket you don't get what you  want. Boy, it's, for the birds but it's the  vogue ��� the pleasingly plump folk are out.  Highway problems arc legion ��� they  no sooner'get a section of the freeway  opened than its not enough and they start  looking for another way outl the traffic  is mad, mad,' mad ��� having to go thro  Seattle" to get on the freeway, one goes  Challenge  GODFREY    Rpbinson    challenges   Eiphinstone track meet, in an almost  Dave Burritt in the last few sec-   photo finish when Dave broke the  onds of the senior boys' 440 yards at   tape first. r -  Wilson Creek  came to watch the sports activities and  also taking in the last coffee party of the  season held at Wilson Creek Community u  Halir ���    . *       A     -  Mrs.   Edith  HelKer,  the  convener  of  the monthly coffee parties/wishes to thank  WITri THE  summer season around the   everyone who put forth their time and,  ���by Mabel Wagman  corner, many people will be drawn- to  our beaches, especially in the Davis Bay  area. Many hours of play time for the  children will be spent near the water and  with this in mind parents should take  advantage of~the swimming classes offered this year for their children.  Mr. and Mrs. Harold Roberts are back  from their recent stay at Desert Hot  Springs.   Recent visitors al the home of Mr. and  Mrs. Barnie Bing were Mrs. Art Evans  from Ocean Falls, also Mrs. Marie Porter  and son Malkm, from Vancouver.  SPORTS DAY  The Davis Bay School Sports Day was  held Friday, June 3 with children of different age groups competing for the highest points. Karen Spencer, daughter of Mr.  and Mrs. Ron Spencer, was the proud winner of the medallion. Parents and friends  effort towards the work and'especially to  the mbthers who' donated the baking.  Reconstruction of the wharf has been  going on in the Davis- Bay area, New pilings were put down and also new planks.  This making it safer for our local fishermen and tourists.  Davis Bay School has just received a  fresh coat of paint. With the lawn coming  along nice and green, flowers blooming  in the gardens making it attractive to our  visitors. A fence is. also being buttt around  a partial area.  Any donations of novelties, home-baking  and white elephant items will be appreciated towards the rummage sale and tea  held in June. Regarding donations phone  Mrs. Edith Hellier at 885-9788.  The amount of sleep required by the  average person is about five minutes  more.  ; guquuuMiuuwwnuuu^^ ;  Not quite  IN THE final eliminator of the senior  girls' high jump at Eiphinstone,  Carmen Gehring makes a mighty effort to clear 4' 4V2".     *  .ers, Sabres .Spitfires.  Shot Put,,���,(26:, ,:^^"i.^...^tt��i,..-���l?._..  Nelson, K. Alsager, T. Iiiofn.   ���  Discus  ���   (61'  m")   S.   Thorold,  K.  Karateew, D. Dockiar, S.  Hansen.  880 ,yds.   ���   (2:49.1)   M.   Owen,   W.  Brackett, P. Caldwell;  P. Clement.  Senior Boys mile event -��� (5:0316) Godfrey Robinson, Jack Goeson, John Charman, Doug Dods; cross country ��� (approximately ZVz miles, 12:36:2) Godfrey  Robinson, John Charman, Ken Johnson,  Brent Hansen.  Girl S dash Junior Boys cross country ��� (12:39.9)  Srough "the" Bo e ing" section.' Employee    BELINDA   Gibb,   foreground,   lopes    sen, right, makes^an ^H^effortto    Francis JMc��enzie,^Jira   Scorgie,   Robert  parking lots stretch for blocks and if you  are caught in thc traffic, changing shifts,  you've had it. They are trying to form pool  car setups for Boeing workers to reduce  the volume of cars.  Places are growing at a fabulous rate  and the millions of dollars spent on highways still will not solve the problem. The  maze of highways and cut-offs on, the road  have you dizzy. I can get lost down here  in thc space of two blocks. On one trip  travelling in an inside lane, I could not  change lanes at the right time and ended  up going right thro Seattle to get on the  freeway  ���  talk   about  being   frustrated  and talking to yourself ��� not a thing you  can; do:unless you -want to get. into the���  " 11  RETREADS  from $8.80 exchange  home in easy style to win the se* challenge, coming in second. Berna-   Crosby, David Szabo  nior girls' luu-yara dash at Eiphin- dette Gant third, and Eloise Delong ���  stone track meet.  Kirsten Jorgen- fourth  Mustangs shine . . .  instone iracK mee  success despite weather  I get along wth my wife. Every morning I say, "Honey, I'm sorry." I haven't  done anything, but it clears me for the  rest of the day.  For Easy Budget Terms Use Your SHELL. CREDIT CARD  or Apply for A Bank Loan  Let Us Supply All Your Tire Requirements  Quality - Service - Economy  r  I],  k'  w i  Sly  GIBSONS  Gibsons, B.C.  SERVICE  Phone 886-2572  Ii'  *   i  "ti J  ^iH^M $$0$^  ON THURSDAY, June 2nd under cloudy  skies and cool temperature, the Mustangs out-distanced Bombers, Spitfires ahd  Site of T pil^ llktonlrtlw*^^��� �� Elphinstone's annualhouse t^ck  easiest tiling in thc world to do.  I used to be leary of driving in Vancouver but I don't think that will faze me  anymore.  Sometimes I think I need my head examined, after years of such slow and easy  traffic in our little village, I set out for  the unknown and take my. life in my hands  every time I get out, pn? the road ��� but  that's wha^ makes life interesting.  Here is an old Chinese proverb that  kurc applies to us all today: If there is  right in the soul, there will be beauty in  thc person. If there is beauty in the person, there will be harmony in the home.  If'there is harmony in tho home, there  will be order in the nation. If there is order,  in the nation, there will be peace in the  world. Our daily hope.  JOLLY ROGER INN  ^ 1     '   '  WE ARE  GOING TO OPEN  IN JUNE.  BUT IT WILL BE  TOWARD THE END  OF THE MONTH.  Wo thank all thoso who have  asked us for Banquet  Accommodation and other  accommodation and wo look  forward to serving your hoods  in the near future,  meet. Dismal weather did not discourage  tiie athletes from spirited competition.  Near school record performance shows  great promise as do the track facilities at  Eiphinstone.  Outstanding competitors for the day:  Junior Girls ��� Susan Thorold, 3 firsts, 1  second. Senior Girls ��� Belinda Gibb, 3  firsts, l third. Junior Boys ��� Robert Crosby; 2 firsts, 1 secohd; Ricky Gibb, 2 firsts,  1 second. Senior Boys ��� Mike Clement,  2 firsts,  1'second;   Godfrey  Robinson,  3  firsts, 2 seconds.  Point standings were: Mustangs 199;  Bombers 188; Spitfires 181; Sabres 155.  JUNIOR  BOYS:   ��  100 yds. ��� (ii* sec.) B. Crosby, R.  fcibb, vS. Stubbs, > L. McMillan.    ���,.���..  High Jump ��� T;Oram, A. Hemstrcet,  J;.p':>Gibs6n1v.-B.^yCrosby._  Broad Jump ��� R, Gibb, C. Chamberlin,  J. Gibson, T.Oram.  ���220 yds. ��� (283 sec.) Ri Gibb, K. Ing-  lis; T, Oram, C; Chamberlin.  Shot Put ��� (39' 114"), S.  McCourt, J.  Gibson,! Dr Cavalier, K., Inglis. ,.......,,...���  440 yds. ��� (1:01) 13. Crosby, K."Inglis,'  W, John, T. Oram, {  Discus ��� (97' 6") S, McCourt, J, Gibson, K. Inglis, G. Lawson.      '  880 yds, ������ (2:23.6) J, Glbsdn, D. Szabo,  B. Watson, J. Scorgie,   ,  Triple Jump ��� (32* 7") T. Oram, K.  ���Inglis, C, Chambcrlini  Relay 4x110 ��� (53.2) Bombers, Spitfires, Mi^stangs.  Mile - (5:04.0) F. McKcnzie, B, Crosby, J. Scorgie, T, Nowshnnv.  SENIOR  BOYS  Triple1 Jump ��� (35' 8"). K. Johnson,  J, Karateew, M: Clement, D, Burritt.  H80 yds, .��� (2:20,8) M. Clement, D.  Pcndergast, D, Burritt, Rj Caldwell,,  440 yds. ��� (57.8 sec.) D. Burritt, G.  Robinson, P, Mnlpnss.  Brad Jump ��� (17' 9") K, Johnson, M.  Clement, P. Mnlpass, l\, Caldwell,  Discus ��� A, Sky ,to,  D, Whltnkor,  R.  Wray, G. Robinson.  aw yds. ��� (25.3 sec.) M. Clement, P.  Yates, T. Paul, P. Emerson.  ^SKiit Tut ��� (33* 2M_") A: Skyttie,  R:  Mobrcroft.  G. Ward, B. Parsons.  100 yds. ��� (11.2 sec.) P. Yates, M. Clement, T. Paul, P. Emerson.  High  Jump  ���  (5'  0")  R.   Boyes,  G.  Ward.  Relay 4x110 ��� (50.5) Sabres, Mustangs,  Bombers.   '  SENIOR GIRLS  60 yds. ��� (8 sec.) B. Gibb, K. Jorgensen, E. Stewart, T. Anderson.  Discus ��� (78' 7^") W. Inglis, P. Gust,  R; Norris; D. RandirtL. /  High  Jump ���  (4' AW)  B.  Gant," C.  Gehring, C. Warn, W. Wingrave.  100 yds. ��� (12.5 sec.) R. Gibb, K. Jorgensen, B. Gant, E. Delong.  Ball Throw,.���������.���K. Louie, L. Yachlovitz,  E. Delong, P. Gust. \-  Broad Jump ��� (14'8") B. Gibb, K. Jorgensen, B. Gant, B. Thorburn.     ,  Sho^ Put -r- M. Jack, E; Carey, T. Anderson, R. Stroshein.  <    Relay   4x110   ���. (58,4   sec.)   Spitfires,  Sabres,  Bombers,  Mustangs,  ,880 yds...��� (2:30.6) C. Gibson, A. Potts,  B. Gibb, C. Warn..  JNIOR   GIRLS  60  yds.  ���  (8.1  sec.)  S.  Thorold,  P.  Clement, K. Stanley, S, Hansen.  100 yds. ��� (13.2 sec.) S., Thorold, D.  Littlejohn, J. Stewart, P.,, Clement;  Broad Jump ��� (W ,7") M. Owen, J.  Stewart, S. Thorold, S, Parsons.  Ball Thtow ��� W. Brackett, J. Cobleigh*  M. Hopkins, C. Procknow.  High Jump '~-(4W)' K.  Karateew,  B��� HiQks, A. Watcrhouse, T. Iuon,  Relay 4x110 ��� (1:01) Mustangs, Bomb-  Would You Get Such Values?  Penifisyla Plumbing Ltd.  Phone 886-9533 Gibsons, B.C.  ��� .   '       .       ,.���''' ��� ' ������   *   - '   '���'' '  HiAffNG & SUPPLIES  FREE ESTIMATES  f YOUR KEWONE  SHEWiNMiLUA^  YOUR PENINSiJW CmtRE  FQR Fy|fipU||| ^!^^IC^,  '��� 'Sal^: :ttiidr':S^ririee ' "^  ���1.:.  I;-  am  mxMmmmkiiM*  Sechelf, B.C.  PfconO��5_9777|  ^  CHAIN SAW CENTRE  Dealers for P.M. 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Francis George Claudet  operated first BC mint  FRANCIS George" Claudet was\a pioneer  who left valuable mementoes of his day  for the enjoyment of future generations���  his photographs and his coins^���the latter  being the first and only coins ever minted  in British Columbia.  -bofn in London^���Engiandr-  in 1837. His father was a famed scientist  Who conducted early experiments with  photograpliy. Educated in London and  Germany, Claudet worked with his father  until 1859 when he was appointed cliief  assayer for British Columbia.  He was not long at New Westminster  when Governor James Douglas sent him  to San Francisco in 1861 to obtain a plant  for a mint. Claudet was in charge of tiie  mint at New Westminster. But only a  few coins were struck before the whole  project was  abandoned.  In 1866 Claudet was made superintendent of the assay office. In 1869 he was  made savings bank agent and in 1870  justice of the peace. In 1871 he became  assistant commissioner of lands and  works;  in 1871, coroner and. and in 1872  _ _  J-  .  \�� (i+��l. *.*���& ��  Frances George Claudet  he became a stipendiary magistrate. He  also was an officer "in New, Westminster  Rifles which had been formed in 1863  when the Royal Engineers were recalled  to England. During'all this time Claudet  kept with him a camera he had brought  .from England and his photos, constitute a  remarkable record of early development.  ���������'��������� When British Columbia joined Canada  in 1871 many of the positions he held  ���were dispensed with and-Caludet returned  . to England where he died in 1906 from  pneumonia. He had married an Englishwoman at Victoria in 1863 and was the  father of eight children.  40*4tm4i4i4*f4tv4t4mtwww*niV4t*4mi4mt*iiMm4immmmwwm*m*m  SON'  ESSO ��IL FURNACES  No Down Payment - Bank Interest - Ten Years To Pay  Complete litie^of Appliciricei  r For; Free Estimate - Call 836-2728  Page 4 Sechelt Peninsula Times  Wednesday, June 15, 1966  Fins and Tails  ���By Tom Portei  "WELt I see'that the Government of B.C.~  in general, and the Department of Re-"  creation and Conservation in particular,.,  did take that giant step, backwards, that -  was promised earlier this year. Western  Mines Ltd. has obtained a per.mit to locate  a town within Strathcona Park.   On Thursday, June-97-Recreation-^rhflts^���  ter Kenneth Kiernan announced the decision and told about 100 members of the  Campbell River Chamber of Commerce  that the "mess" he is in today is a result  of a 1918 government ruling. The rules  were amended, governing lhe patk, allowing prospecting and granting mineral  claims. This may be true but I still do not  see any reason to permit a townsite within.  the park boundaries. A mine.is bad enough,.?  but a town? I just hope it is- not a casei.  of 'big business' saying, "to heck With the"  resources, full production dollar ahead."  I imagine that Mr. Kiernan realizes that  he has set a very large and very dangerous precedent. I wonder where it will end  now? Would his department permit construction of a Pulp Mill and townsite in  Garibaldi Park? It would definitely improve the economics of our "dynamic society" and I'm sure, after the initial uproar, it could be squeezed in. On the other  hand it would not improve Mr. Kiernan's  public image, or do much in the furtherance of recreation and conservation, but  it appears the minister i^ not too concern:  ed with either. I guess he could have the  photographic branch of his department  shoot a few pictures of what it looks like  now and show them in the community hall,  on Wednesday and Saturday night, for a  small fee of course. I wonder if this is  what is planned at the townsite in Strathcona?  Within the past two months the department of recreation has announced the purchase of two ideal sites for development  as public parks. I am referring to the 400  acres at Smugglers Cove and the 150 acres  of waterfront at East Porpoise Bay. This  was a giant step, forward. If" these park  sites are developed as park sites, it would  open up the area as a haven for road  weary tourists and the perfect spot to  spend one's vacation. The settings are good  and the beaches only limited clearing  arid development.!  I hope that the residents of the Pennin-  sula and the rest of the populus of B.C.  can be assured that these spots will re^  main as parks and are not ear-marked for  future industrial development. Smugglers  Cove; would, be a perfect spot for a fish  processing plant, and I'm sure with a  little effort the government could entice  someone to build a sawmill at Porpoise  Bay.  Quoting from Mr. Kiernan's annual report of his department for the year ending December 31, 1964, quote, "A survey of  stands of large trees located in parks or  recreational reserves on Vancouver Island  revealed an only fair preservation of  samples of the forest that made British  Columbia famous." And again from the  same report, quote, "A brief survey of  our 'almost desert'.country, on the valley.  floor from Osoyoos to Oliver, revealed that  natural vegetation is now almost gone. No  adequate sample is preserved."  Why is this so, and what is happening  to the only true thing that man can inherit,  our natural resources? I think that it is  darn well time that someone, somewhere  in the confines of our provincial government, realizes the true importance of recreation and conservation. The Master  planner of this world only made so much  laiu_ and unless the Government of B.C.  _has an inside track, that'thfey are keeping"  secret, I do not think he is planning any  additions.  People, however, are planning additions  and unless sometMng-eoBstructive-is-done-  ling cofl.  ,   Tjded .out front at Sechelt last week,  saw. quite;a few coho* 'finning' but all   .  got Were dog-fish. Heard of a couple of  .salmon "ijeipg  taken.  V Terry* Harper, Montreal Canadians rear  guard, 'frod Larry Reardon tried their hand  at catching, fish rather than pucks  last  week up, at Egmont. Did not come away  empty -handed  either   and  enjoyed -their  stay. Luhr Jensen, the rod-maker, up from  Jhe States, took a few coho home. Tom  _Browti, not the Lions' Brown," of Vancou-  ��� ver.a 20'lb.  spring.  Good reports .from  ;Lee*s Bay.f  >  That is it .for the reports this week, a  .Uttlft 'skimpy' hut are  all I heard from.  2:13 p.m- A    ,    - ".       f   t" *  Sechelt ��� High at 7:10, p.m., Low,at 11:23  a.m. ^ v    *  Keep that line in the water and I'll sed.  you next week."  �����#��!__  .*..  __    t  '   ��   1  More than'150 "children drowned last  year because they had no adult supervision when they ventured near the water..  Your Red Cross reminds you to be water  jvise and supervise your children every  time they are in, on or near the water. "  and done soon, all our resources of this  wonderful province will be'either exploited or used up. In the future I hope that  there still will be somewhere my sons,  and their sons, can go in B.C. to hunt or  fish or just to stand and stare at a tall  straight tree. I hope that the water that  they have to drink is fresh and pure and  not sewer waste that has been chemically  treated to make it "fit for human consumption." This is what will, and in some  places already*��4ias, happen to Beautiful  B.C.  unless  something is  done.  Now let's take a look at how the fish  are biting before our dynamic government  dams up the Straight of Georgia and sells  the salt  to Siberia.  Porpoise Bay started to pick-up nicely  this past week. All indications are for  steady improvement for the rest of the  summer. Bill May at May's Boat Rental  had good reports, two ''salmon average per  boat, all 5-6 lb. Coho, a 14 lb. spring  came ashore on Saturday. Bob Chapman  had pretty much the same to report from  Tilicum ay Marina, Tommy Fox, a nice  Now let's check on- the tides.  -Friday-June 17  Porpoise Bay ��� High at 5:52 a.m., Low at  CHIROPRACTIC OFFICE  MONDAY ��� THURSDAY  1678 MARINE DRIVE - GIBSONS  Phone 886-9843  J  West Sechelt Waterworks District  J  ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING  JUNE 23, 1966  -   8 p.m.  Activity Room, Sechelt Elementary School  Sechelt, B.C. -  ' v  For weddings, for  socials, for any event,  your invitations should  reflect exactly the  spirit of the occasion.  .    ^,f-;:.  '  If you're puzzled,  let us helpv you.  The TIMES  yAyy... y ���$��� \ f/^fylAy^yy-Ar ��� l'l't|K|!l-#c;f". 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* - rtin to Vancouver Bay' on" Sunday, May    Frank ;Parker may  boast  of his, early
29, Bathgates' watered*. ~MAR-DEE II"hit   strawberries, but Fred McNutt Says that
a~ submerged tfnifar off Egmont Point * there was.a,,white {frost on EgmontVnotfch
^whicheVeJjtilallyJeAtoJhe'complete loss of    shore tbe otiier'morning. 1 can picture
Gciiiis 'fAward of Hoiior'
for safety achievement
THE ttOR/EH Shore District employees of
the B.C. Telephone'Company have won
the B.C."Safety .Co¥nctt's\".iward of Hon-
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Health Tips^
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-' &,te ^destination by loca. fishing boats.    Hughie?        ; ,   ^^^^^V^^^j^^i^^^J^
Safety Council's occupational achievement
local    award program'arfd wavattained by the
Canadian Medical Assoc.
ASV A PUBLIC service, The Times will,
—sfoEffrig-lhis wppfr, pnhlish a series of
useful and interesting health tips provided
by Canadian Medical Association.
First in. the series covers one of the
:?J»A 26.* 5f„!fef £ lhl„aC£ - EGMONT Wops-Heading   the
V^'^to^TOk^to1^ waSik    •   .'sporteAshing parade for the past week    North  ^orr\^oiFJ^ly^^r    mok"com"mon'"acridents"tha't usually'occur
ffSi^^^lo^tetaSkto    Vi^JS^SSSJ^S^^^7^    more than 4'/a *i J?w5»h ^t-time  .In the  kitchen   and  around  the  home-
spring satnton; caught, almost on his front    accident on- the- Job. -
doorstep,' John-Sherlock atfd.Vic  Moore,        —• •      - -"•-- »■-■
#^*-*«"««""*fc&-"i*«: AiALtlA>> 'A*.'A "AAJAA *&d a ^pounder, and'Moore an 18.' Dr,
■8&J\ft £ SSSiiSSi^^',*% ;^ic P^'tkau-Js another f,who>ows'jusl
23K% a iuirv Inn £. t ?*„« ■_ J*w.«& whenfthfe fishing is.go^d. Heart
S^'iSS^^^^^ ^P%d> an;wo«nder today
now," said    "   It   is   generally   agreed   among   those
North Shore    acquainted with the problem that the best
Telephone has had    first-aid treatment of a bum is to wrap
the injured area in' towels wrung out of
went down in abort 38 fathoms. Insuranfee -vgr*   «"r, *iu
will partially cover,the loss and'Jack aiid ' *^"£rrS£*
•  ■ f*Po»paervaiia ,«oore an ». w. an   average 0f   a'hottt "120l employees «» mjured area in' towels wrung out ot
TJtt^l^flltZ^V^^lZ throughout'thfe,per.odrcb^Pd?by this safe- cold water,  the  Canadian Medical Asso-
here.and when,thfe fishing is,good. Heard t   achievement   ^~J A-     r " ciation reports,
tat Eric nulled in an 18-oounder today * Z,.    .\-   rL.rW.. ifi:«_r_.a_._i_ __ __._.        Thi<_  nnwpriurp   c^rvps  two  imnnr^tit
in'Egmont Waters.
AMAZING to think the* driver es-'' tmyHSh^l "'"
caned with iust a small sash in>    /v-^iKC "t~'V^
caped with just a small gash in
^**?r In view at .last t'
THE 4.000-lb. auto took the combined   Boj> Nimmo a great deal longer to
efforts of Charley Mandelkau and   "get it out ttoanit took to go in.
Bob. Bathgate expect to have a replacement
in service in the near'future.
Due to the above unfortunate accident
and "the' fact that Gene Berntzen, who
operates« Egmont Services water taxi, is
in the middle of converting to a new vessel, there is no regular water taxi service
out of Egmont at the present time. This
condition will be rectified, however, within the next few days- as Berntzen's new
boat, now nearing completion, is almost
ready for launching. In the "meantime local
fisherman Jack Howitt with his west-coast
troller Garry Point V. and. Gene Blais
with his MARJE B. are filling the gap -
and maintaining service to inlet logging
camps and to the local school population'^
who travel by water. v,   -
Jack" Anderson, who also happens to
be our nephew-in-law, recently spent" a'
couple of days in this area and departed
as an ardent booster of the entire district.
Fresh, clean air, the,mountains, our many
lakes and the scenic beauty of Pender
Harbour and the inlet waters off Egmont
(sounds like a brochure from the tourist
association) were all* enjoyed by Jack during his short stay. Later, this summer,
Jack, his wife Lynne and 13-month-old
Calvin will be taking up residence in the
district preparatory to his assuming the .
position of teaching Industrial 'Education
at Pender Harbour Secondary School.
Jack and School Principal Don Skelton,
both ardent sailing enthusiasts, will probably .have the youngsters tacking and jibing instead of winding up outboards in the
coming year.
Joan and Clyde Borton are back in
Egmont for their annual vacation and
wondering what the weatherman will dish
up for the next week or so. However, being
lower-mainland residents prior to moving
to tbe Interior a couple of years ago, they
came prepared. Bathing suits and long-
johns. Joan and Clyde are not strangers
in these parts by any means, having spent
n^ost of their spare time for the past
several years in working on their, house
and property across the inlet. Since moving away from the coast; Clyde had beenl
vendor of 'tbe':Uqupr'''4toi.e'''at.^Keremeos..p^
And so, for the time being we have an
experienced liquor vendor in our midst
Now  if   we  only  had "the. much-needed
The top awardMn tfie'i program is the    -   T*k  procedure   serves  two  important
'Award  of Distinction'^  and ftd«. Boyce    t>urposes-it isolates the burn and lessens
^tg,J±^^t'tlJL^Jnt    estimates that W and his employees'Will    the possibility of infection, and the cold
Dorothy Silvey| is now recovering from a
severe^attack of pneumonia which put him
in St. Mary^s tiospital-for aall-day5 stay.
Sort .of'grabbing a few extra days on_the
approaching Summer holidays, as irwere.
This is 'a belated report as' I bad not heard
of-his illness until the day of his discharge.
Sorry about that, Bobby.
Bob and Mae Bathgate's eldest daughter Pat, was also a recent three-day inmate of St. Mary's, having been flown
down on Sunday", June '5 afteir suffering
a sudden illness. Fortunately, Pat's condition was not too serious and she was back
home and at school on Thursday.
'• Our local BPW Clubbers (sounds like
a Patagonian night club act) journeyed
down the highway on Tuesday evening to
take part in one of their candle lighting
ceremonies. The smorgasbord dinner was
also an inducement. The occasion was tbe
installation of officers of the Sunshine
Coast Business and Professional Women's
Club held at Guy and May Winning's Ole's
Cove Dining Room on June 7. Egmont gals
are well represented on the new slate of
officers with Dorothy Bosch, Lily Dunlop
and Helen Bathgate occupying the positions of president, vice-president and secretary, respectively. Treasurer is Phyliss
.McLeod t_f Madeira Park.
Believe it or not item. The Dunlop
family evidently gets its new (?) cars the
hard way. Our particular case is no longer
news, but how about this? We have just
learned today that our daughter and son-
in-law, Lillian and Neil Black, both, former well-known residents of this-district, are
also driying a new-car. Theirs is also the
result of a recent accident. Couldn't "let
the old folks get ahead Of them, just for
once. .
have to carry their, record through to August, 1968, to reach that pinnacle.
The award 'program for occupational
safety is based, on '* a ...formula involving
the" number of employees, the categories
of work hazards and the number of man
hours worked. '"'r*u"       <, ^
Since September 7, ,1961, when the North
Shore telephone employees. had their last
lost-time accident bn?:tbe job, they" have
received the bronze, silver and gold a-
wards of merit from the Safety Council.
At the time the Award of Honor was
given, the North Shore" employees had put
in 1,029,092 consecutive man. hours -without a lost-time accident, an - achievement
which the Safety Council said speaks highly not only of the employees involved, but
of the work of B.C. Telephone's safety
administrator, H. N. (Bud) Maclean.
A, 386-pound meteorite, now displayed
in Toronto, has tbe profile of a man and
When it struck the' earth at Iron Creek,
Alberta, local Indians regarded it as a
god and when white men took it away,
in 1969, the Indians blamed that for the
disappearance of the buffalo from their
bunting grounds.
application relieves pain.
It should be stressed that any applications of salves or strong disinfectants add
to the damage already done by the burn.
Probably, ene, of the worst steps is to apply
a preparation which forms a crust, and
all preparations containing tanniic acid
are offenders.
The CMA says gentleness in the management of any early burn is most important. When1 applying cold, wet dressings, care should be taken not to break
blisters, since blisters play a big part in
keeping out infection.
If an hour or more elapses before a
patient with a bad burn can get to hospital, he will become very thirsty and drinking tap water or fruit juices may do serious harm. One "of the best drinks to combat this early shock is water containing
a shake of salt and a pinch of baking
Pain-relieving pills such as headache
tablets may be given in moderation to
help relieve suffering until medical attention is available.
My wife's cooking is so bad that we
have to give _the garbage-disposal unit
Alka Seltzer.
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Phone B85-2111 ~ fed Farewell
A public meeting will be held at IRVINE'S
MONDAY. JUNE 20th, 1966, to discuss the possible closing, down of the school.. All parents and
taxpayers in the area "are welcome to attend.
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At la*t, ,     .
BACK ON the highway it left 18   had- every f appearance of being a
hours earlier when driven'.'by- Uly   q^Jplete, wrecK.^^Police are _nve$ti-
rlch Behncke of Gibsons, tho auto   gating lhe Incident. ' . ':
Thoy Are AH Talking Abou.T.i& Big-
Big Show At The Setholt Theatre
Fri., Sat., Mon,, Juno \if 18 and 20
John WayntJ, Mauroon O'fHara
Technicolor - Clncmascopb
Cartoon        '    '
Out 10:00 p.m.    .   ,
ALSO COMING SHORTLY...       ■'.'",.'
-^i^.-^—^^.WIth Jack temmon - VJrnl List
Technicolor - Cartoon - Advanced Prices
Your Sechelt Theatre
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On Tho Waterfront 1,'._(.'':C\.'.J7
.,....'.,.... Smoking Sect Ion with all nowsoat, qvallablo
1966 Pontiac Parisienne Sedan V-8—fSL Windshield, Power Brakes,
Automatic transmission. Wheel discs, ^^Sfe^7fil
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VVh'to wqlls, radio
-_-_.*  J966 Chevelle Station Wagon V-8--SL Windshield/...
Electric toilgote, 775x14 tires, radio ._._.:...
1966 Grande Parlilonno Sport Conpo y-8—SL Windshield, Automatic
•transmission, White Walls, F & R seat belts, Power & 'M CfJC
brakes, Power steering, radio, Strqto bench seats.      «9«S 1*9
1966 ChcYcllo Super Sport V-8—<SL Glass, F,8, R seat bolts, Bucket
scats, Head rests, Power brakes, Automatic Transmission, Power
steering, Wheel discs; White walls, radio,
Rear scat speaker; «,...,	
1966 Chevcllo 2 door Hardtop V-8—Shade-llte windshield, Automatic
transmission, White Walls, radio,
Two tone panel, Two tone model	
1966 Buick Special V-8-—Shade-lite windshield, „.,„
Wheel discs, Automatic transmission, White walls.
, 1966 ChoYollo Malibu 4 door Hardtop V-8—SL Windshield, Seat bolts,
'White wall tiros, radio .„„_.._.._..__.__._  *33w3 •.
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...k. \„. i "   ' ^ '^S.   .- V :; ** '       .       .  ���i-.*-Af-*^.ir��.*.i��: $ ��� ???> v-r > v.->.^-fy-j g _. j.. W j; y.-8 ^y, r.* .0: ,$ j ^^^v^t^^^t5^^  Page 6  Sechelt Peninsula Times    Wednesday, June 15,  1966  Lfrr1 'tt "~v> "��-i o*" .sr "Ti  4wmmv4rmvmmir444*m>fmmwm'*m4'V+.  mmmmvmmmwmwmwvwmwmm&vmwmmmmmmmmmw4i440in*m0m4J*i4mm40mmmmm*fmwwm.  i "  i Sechelt Peninsula^w^^.  e D i t o  ! "I may be wrong, but I shall not be so wrong as to fail to say what I believe to be right."  * ���John Atkins  k-      >    > ^ JmWL." )V$ * .  *~   ^   J-   S * "  _to*_i..i   v.   - "��� 4 >   \    **  -��ff r"* ^   ��.  u ������!�������  vi4i*^v      ^ .  ���*    y       i  juuwuinnnnwwwanftitfiiwi/uwtfMWWW^ww^^v^^^**"******"*"**""""***^^  Outsiders Have Faith  ACQUISITION of two substantial properties for use as public parks by  the provincial government might well  be taken as ample indication that we  are not being ignored, as has been ijn-  plied, from time to time.  Rather, it would appear, the parks  branch has little doubt as to the future  of the Peninsula as a tourist mecca and  has gone to considerable expense in one  swoop to assist such an industry.  Perhaps the most significant aspect  of these purchases is that large areas  of valuable waterfront have been made  available to the public for all time. For  this alone, the government deserves the  greatest commendation. Too many communities have grown to large towns,  and cities, only to discover insufficient  foresight and complete apathy has resulted in a diite shortage of public  beaches and park areas.  This same' situation could quite  easily have occured in Sechelt for although we have what could, and no  doubt eventually will, be developed into  an excellent waterfront on the straits  sic^e, practically nothing has been done  to provide .similar facilities at Porpoise  Bay. Other than a narrow strip which  might provide boat launching access.  In this respect, we are fortunate the  parks branch has shown a little more  foresight.  Behind the scenes, considerable interest is being shown in this district by  outside interests which extend to the  United States, and it is a certainty that  withiii a very short space of time, land  around the bay will be both hard to get  and extremely expensive. At that time,  many local ^esid^ts will bemoan the  fact that  outsiders  will  have   acquired  ail the better properties. Yet little "more-  than a year ago, certain village councillors were condemned for suggesting  village council purchase an acreage in  thc area for park use. Big cry at that  time was "it's a mudhole, filthy and not  fit for swimming, etc."  Certainly a couple of sawmills constitute an eyesore but with rising values in waterfront property, it is only a  matter of time before they disappear. A  little dredgngingf in the wharf area and  the village will have a fabulous asset.  The    provincial    government    has  pointed  the   way,   it  now  remains   for  chamber of  commerce  and council  to  expand its sights and start thinking bigger. Long discussions and many weeks  of delay for such projects as a set of  goal posts, might have been big business  10  years   ago.   A  badly  needed  park  building  costing   approximately   $5,000  took at least a year to get the. go-ahead  and   at   present,   although   plans   have  been   approved   for   a   new   municipal  hall,   indecision   again   appears   to   be  creeping in.  As with any other project, objections will be raised, usually by non taxpayers anyway, which no doubt will instigate undue caution and further delay,  but this should be ignored. Our representatives have been elected to office to  administer to the best of their ability,  it is therefore up to them to make decisions, stick to them and see them  through. Opposition is inevitable but  there is also support even though people might be reticent in coming forward to say so.  A good future faces Sechelt and it  is to be hoped those in office are capable of progressing with it.  Sechelt tops  TWO SENIOR athletes from Sechelt which Sechelt has won for the second  Elementary School, Valerie WE- successive year. The inter-element-  son and Paul Cavalier proudly hold ary school track meet was held last  the Board of School Trustees Trophy Friday at Hackett Park..  ut>^ A^-> -���x^* *- *^ ! *',,**>���  ^A.  h^-rytTy  ,,-,..*  Auxiliaries Prove an Asset  UNKNOWN to many residents is the  fact that a number of local men  have been accepted as auxiliary members  of the RCMP and that for some months  have proved of valuable assistance to the  detachment.  Naturally the usual derogatory remarks have gone the rounds among a  few of those who know the unpaid volunteers and again, as usual, the comments  have,proved quite erroneous and without  foundation. .  In the event of national emergency,  auxiliaries would be called upon to serve,  with full powers, but presently they have  virtually no more authority than the ordinary citizen. They have no arresting  powers, carry no arms and get no re-im-  bursement bther than provision of a uniform.  .,"'..��� ���.;;The!'need they fill is that each of  ' them   is   selected   for   bis   specialized  knowledge which already hqs proved ad  vantageous on many occasions. Nature of  this particular area is that it is under-  policed for the distances involved. In the  event of an officer having to break up a  drunken brawl at the far end of the  Peninsula, there are times when the only  support he has to fall back on is one of  the auxiliaries. As has been pointed out,  how many of the public would volunteer  to accompany a constable on such a mission? It is worthy of note that when available, not one of these men has ignored a  call for assistance. This has included a  number of calls on the time of one  auxiliary who as a skilled skin diver .has  assisted in various forms of underwater  work such as locating submerged autos  etc.  Other duties include assisting with  traffic control as with May Day and other  such events, and in the words of Corporal Keith Deevy, we are fortunate to  have them.  Costly Ci^ili2KatioBt  LONG time problem of litter dumping    burnable non rentable cellophane which  seems to crop up with monotonous  regularity, yet despite publicity which  also appears with equal regularity, the  slovcrniy practice continues.  Needless to say, indiscriminate  dumping is restricted to but a small  group, which would exist however many  facilities were available. However, although this filthy behavior cannot be  condoned, it is a fact that even those who  go to great lengths to dispose of refuse  in the usual orthodox way, are experiencing greater difficulty each week.  The present trend of wrapping  everything up in elaborate packages plus  yards of cither cellophane or plastic,  poses additional problems particularly  as for dubious reasons, it would appear  so many comniodifjc. simply have to bo  so wrapped.  Visit a cafe nowadays and we find  sugar comes decorated in paper wrapping jam or marmalade is supplied in  stupid little, cartons, even the milk jug  has given way to ridiculous liulc card  containers; A simple cafe breakfast of  "toast" and"-miirmaladcnlic:rcforc"Tesults  in a small pile of bits and pieces of litter  which goes lo join other such junk prepared for disposal. > (  This same sorry situmion applies in  supermarkets, hot dog stands and now,  even soft drinks aro supplied in non-  returnable bottles, Result of this latter  - inowuion Is thflt the smart alec set simply  throw them nway with no thought as to-  whether they smiish up on highways,  beaches or private property,  All kinds of vegetables and fruit  come in plastic bags, large and small according to quantity, shirts and numerous  items of clothing, linen etc, All for u  has to be disposed of in one way and another, '  The situation then is that whereas a ;  few years ago the average household refuse amounted to precious little, once  all burnables had beep disposed of, today's garbage has reached mumqioth proportion. Even worse, wc pay highly to  acquire it only to be faced with the  problem of disposal, usually al more  expense.  Which all adds up to thc question  of how muph money and expense is involved in thc complex process of becoming civilized.  Minute Messages  "Mo\t pt'vph' arc bothered by those (hixmikcx  of Scripture they do not trnderxtimd; but  the [wmwx that bother me (ire those I do  unflerxhiml", '���Murk Twain  "(.row,"in"<;rack  A Urn,15 . irl askcil her'mother'on thc ni. lit  have I jsrown lo-ility?" In the thinking of th��i  small child, growth look place on only one  day of the year, on her birthday, The childlMi  mind did not understand the nature of pliy. leal  . rowth, ihu addln. of a fraction of an Inch,  not In any one day, but over a period of yearn,  until ��� hhc would become a fully-grown adull,  * * Growth---how much It enters our thinklngr  ny.jii dJl'/crcnl sUiuch of life we may a.ik our-  wives', am I . rowing In popularity? I. my ''bush  nchs and bank account growing? or the more  turnout ijuchtlon���am I Blowing In pailence and  tolerance and Mndiicw; am I maturing In my  ability io handle my life In a way which will  bring the beot n> hclf and oiliom?  / fadhrnVrnmnthyfote*  T ���4fpotf,H)f^4rf4lf.Mflsl<l  ���i" Wthi T^mWi ton**r 4  ^w!WMB^!rt^^*H*(ti��w*(fer;?  Puhl^hcd'WcdnesdnyorSeirTictr-  �����,.,_ M.*,*on--H<C.'��..SuiJ*b|i��e---Oi����kt-��..��r.-l,w����.,,..,-,;��  by  Sechelt Tcnl/jNiila Times Ud,  , ,     ,   Rox 38) - Sechelt, n.C.  PottglasG, Wheeler, lidltor    ,  H, fi, Alifgurd, fuMIMter  SubfccrJptlon Rules; On advance)  Year,  $. '- 2  Yeiira,  $!��  - 3  Years, $ 13  U.S, nnd Foreign, $5.50,  Serving lhe area from Port Mellon to Kg/noni  i��wj������,ww��, ���,..,.,... f/fpttv Sound t(> Jrrvh Inlet)  I  Drummers  MIGHTY drum roll accompanied tiie   son, Tim Rennie and Ken Lloyd, Lyn  awarding of ribbonsi to winnimg;- Brackett, Margaret Gory and Hea-  athletes  at  the  inter-school  sports   ther Hall,  day. Young drummers are: Jim Gib-    .  Second time  F(M THE second ye^ Mrs: Celia  won   the  School   Board  Trophy,    Fisher,   who  had  a  busy  morning  presented for the first time last year,    handing out ribbons to young ath-  Mr. W. L. Reid, principal of Sechelt   letes.  Elementary School accepts the tro-  High  jumpers  TAKING their places on the victors'  podium, senior boys' high jumpi  \vinners at the int^r-school tracfcl  meet were: Chris Peters, Sechelf  Residential, 4' 8"; Ken Karateew j  Gibsons; and Bob Gibson, .Roberts  Creek.  WWWWIIHHIKWWWIVIWWWWWWWW  EARLS IN GIBSONS  100 Fishing Rods and Reels.  Lures Tackle and Herring Bait.  Home Appliances,  Tradesman's.and Garden Tools.  Radios..Timex Watches.  Phone 886-9600  ^'Fellow F(  UNitt!1'  0 ��� a ��� ��  THIS YEAR LET'S GET WHAT  WE WANT FOR FATHER'S DAY  Thfe hairidy hint list will help us  get something  we can  really  use  -  something  from  the quality name brands stocked at MORGAN'S  and beat of all,  his prices will  make it  easier when WE  get the bill.  im**"  ,***���  iP*'?  *4~"  VI  <****  multitude of reasons, uro wrapped in non Hh l>c,cr k,"!W llu5 '">���"�� ��f Krone, i necil  ,,. ....      ������*��� u-��'' -"������' ---'"-^��f��8rowih--when*lio-wroicr'i'CJr��w-ln>Hruv/��'Mnil��-.  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V��|��t .,.,���..,  T0IUT TANK .All,  hi, it* Y��!w ,  PARKER'S HARDWARE  Cowrie Street  _(W^_���  885.2171 m;_jSocholta \  r�� .   \*      1      4 >/ .  i,<  ���m  iL.  A\  fn   L* i��   '}   ���,*   *'tl >   -i  Sechelt peninsula Times Page 7  Wednesday. June 15,  1966  Sechelt Socials  i...  Teihquoit Lodge nt Powell* River,   '  , Mrs .���Bitcliey was presented with V gilt ���,  from1 "Sunstifaie for completing ,one*tettn  of office. 'She is now in her second ternf.  Visitors^ from Powell River werei" Mrs.  J. J,  Macintosh, Mrs. F. Stinsdn, Mrs.       D. Veach; Mrsr_ J. Hatton, Mrs.- CLaB#rtett��  wiiL v*... fc___:_.i_i_____7__    Mrs, M. Konepelski, Mrs. W. Peebles, Mrs.  ���With Your Neighbours   c Hatt> Mrg c n^^ ms, w. Schad,  SUNSHINE Rebekah Lodge 82 celebrated Mrs. F.-Boniface, Mr3. A. Beecham, and  '   its fourth bir&day, Thursday, June 9. Miss Carol Thompson. From'Gibsons were  It was instituted in May,  1962 by Mrs. Mfs. A. >E. Ritchey, Mrs. E. Hutchins, and  Evelyn Shaw, assembly president at that Mrs. U Singlehurst.  'time.  It~has been very progressive and The���evenings-was���spent 'in   musicr-  its objects are good citizenship���assistance games and contests.  Mrs.  R.  Reid and  to  Oddfellows*  Senior  Citizen  Residence, Mrs. Q.t Porte Were conveners, and .Mrs,  White  Rock  Camp,  (for  under-privileged W^   Peebles,   noble   grand   of   Ueshquoit  children), eye bank and visual research, Lodge, j powell   River,   cut   the  birthday  and Youth Pilgrimage to united wanons.    cake.   '~   ;   A wheel chair was donated to St Mary's  Hospital and  the Oddfellows  donated  an  Extra weight  CHARTER TRIP  Sechelt LA to branch 140 Canadian Le-  ��� nit. niieuiaie  91ns  eye  canister.  The lodges   and  Rebekahs ^ ^ members of LA to Branch 109,  ,TWO AimETES.soo*,. idepttcaU. vujdeterred she Reaped a m 13;,   S_5T *"�� * ** *"* ** ^^S^TLSS^^SSm  .//casts  at the  inter-school trackv 10", winning the jumor girls' event.       Highlight of this party saw Mr. T. Ivan Jo,      :   '  meet  were   Kim  Lawrence   and y Wayne   broke   his   practising   high    Smith presented with his  Past Grand's '^ii   members   are   very   enthusiastic  MADEIRA Park intermediate-girls' sons; Scoring for their^school'wife.       luce���  wvlv MI��� ���aw4CW.c  ��.������   ���ajm   ���_   _��,   *, 6   _..&._ __.__����� F.wwra.    __��   .w. _.__.._       ^  memDers   are   very   enmusiasuu  lav^!2g,?w?f��S? c0I?eu0f ^eJt   Wendy -Clayton, -Gwen    Kingston,    Wayne   Walker   of   Madeira   Park, A jumping but still took part in the badge. The hall was very beautifully dec-    about this venture vwhich may be the fore-  iay race giory trom bechelt and Gib-   Cheryl Rae and Dianna Deyaney.     icim broke her wrist the day before   sprints. Doug .Fielding looks amused orated in^the Rebekah colors. Pourei^at   ^^ & ^her ^^ jf SUCCessful.  while practicing broad jumping but   at the plight of his schoolmates. ***" " K1,r ��"*nM"4^ **Mq "�����*��� "w~  At inter track meet..*  the suitably appointed table were Mrs.  A. E. Ritchey district deputy president  for Sunshine and Arbutus Lodges, and Mrs.  F. Boniface, district deputy president for  ON VISIT -~  Mrs.' F. French away to West Vancouver and Ladner for a few days.  Sechelt Elementary scores  fakes trophy second time  FOR   THE   second   successive   year,   Se-,    Johnson, Gibsons, Dan Nestman, Sechelt.  \ychelt Elementary School has won the  (Schpol Board. Trophy, scoring the highest  number of pDints at the inter-school track  SENIOR GIRLS' 100 YDS.  Val Wilson, 11.9 sees.. Sechelt; Janice  Wiley, Madeira Park; Trudy MultnKamp,  Gibsons.  Junior girls  meet, held last Friday, at Hackett, park,  Final scores were: Sechelt, 118; Roberts  Creek, 105; Madeira Park, 91; Gibsons  85; Sechelt Residential 67. .-.::-----:-.y-.!si  f" This year the track meet was completely different to other years when: all grades  participated and it was held on a $a;tur-    BOYS' OPEN 220 YDS  SENIOR   BOYS'  100  YDS.  David Harris,  Gibsons;  Paul Cavalier,  Sechelt, Lief Harrison, Gibsons.  Father's Buy Special BINGO!  INDIAN HALL��� SECHELT  FRIDAY JULY 17   -   $ p.m.  $10.00 minimum prize plus chance for $200.  FIRST CARD FREE TO FATHERS  GIBSONS Elementary School did not are:   Chris   Wray,   Shirley  Hoehne, d,y.  Held on a  normal school day**tlus.       Dennis Jack, Roberts Creek; Bob Ben-  do too well with individual events Colleen McPhedran and Darcy Greg- yea* ouly the test athletes aged 11 to 13+    ner, Sechelt;  Roy Jack, Roberts Creek.  but three winning relay teams help- ory. *"~   ���u   -*��������-���*    -i~~���**w  ed boost their final score. Jr. girls  44.8   sees.  Park.  Gibsons,   Sechelt,   Madeira  from   each   of   the   larger   elementary    oc    v    .   . MaM_e  _.���_._i_;ui___  i_   4 i. ���    i. j    ��i ~ -4.   ..��_ ��..> **\~c+     RcLAYS  (no  names  available)  schools participated. Also it was the first.    IIIKIinD   JLID. -, ,v7c vnc  time the Residential School entered a com-    JUN,OR eiRLS   w*  YD��-  petition, a little uncertain of themselves  this year but next year they will really  present a challenge.  With the assistance of parents and Eiphinstone Secondary School students the 27  scheduled events ran smoothly and final  results were declared before noon.  Mr. Merv Dober announced events and  JUNIOR   BOYS'   4x75   YDS.  41.9 sees., Sechelt, Madeira Park, Roberts  Creek. '  INTERMEDIATE   GIRLS'   4x75  YDS.  Madeira Park, Sechelt, Roberts Creek.  Mr. Alec Merling^ with superb assistance|^^TERMED|ATE, BOYS_4k75 Y��)S  Senior boys  FOUR    OF    Gibsons    Elementary   Hensen, Lief Harrison, Ken Kara-  from Mark English kept the score sheet.  School Trustee Mrs. Celia Fisher awarded ribbons to successful athletes and ���  school principals, W. L. Reid, ,K. Powers  and vice-principal S. Knight were busy  organizing events. Sechelt P-TA members,  assisted by mothers under the chairmanship of Mrs. C. L. Poteet were busy serving refreshments in the new concession  booth.  Final results were .as follows:  SENIOR   BOYS'   LONG   JUMP  Christopher  Peters,   15'2V��'\   Resident-  40.9   sees.,   Gibsons,   Sechelt,   Roberts  Creek.  SENIOR  GIRLS'  4x75  YDS.  41.2 sees., Sechelt, Gibsons, Residential.  SENIOR   BOYS'   4x75   YDS.  .   39.* sees., Gibsons, Sechelt Residential.  CHANGES HANDS  Bill ond Dorothy Smith, having sold their business to Mr. Peter  Wolfe Stoll of Calgary, Alberta, wish to thank all for their loyal  support over the past fifteen years and trust the same support  will be given to the new owners.  To Mr. Stoll, may you have many good days ahead.  Thank You  1  i -  i  '( 1  * I  3\  Xk  is*  \&  \^AJ  ���i h  * in  m  f  4H  s$  II:  %${  Jt. ��/*  ���I��.  it.1.  ��3 '/ f  "l V  School's top athletes scored the   tew and David  Harris  take  their   iai; Bob Benner, i5,'i", Sechelt; David  last five points for their team by   place on the victors' podium,  winning the senior boys' relay. Karl  rsons, 13' 2'__", Sechelt; Barbara v.  11", Gibsons,  Senior girls  BRINGING Sechelt score up to win- , Bystedt,    Valerie   Wilson,    Sharon  hing 118 points, young athletes in   JLawson and Brenda Nickerson.  the senior girls'  relay are Wendy  '(���''A^'i .'  , A \ *'i  V, y  V;\, \\'.h\  A >*'  *  * u i *m  i''u)'p.u  ��' V\*.. W<4f*i%  ��, f   ��   , t.'K i  "{ <i>.'A UA '  14,'     1 \,  Harris, 14" 10", Gibsons.  SENIOR GIRLS' LONG JUMP  - Linda Williams, 13' 4", Gibsons; Val  Wilson, IV Iti";' S^elff Janice Wilej*.  12- 6-', Madeira Park, <  JUNIOR BOYS' LONG JUMP  Robert Davidson, 13' 9%", Gibsons;  Robert Hartle, 12' 11", Roberts Creek;  Ken Bourne, 12' 6", Sechelt.  JUNIOR  GIRLS'   LONG   JUMP  Kim Lawrence, 13* 10", Madeira Park;  Coleen McPherson, 12' 2%", Gibsons;  Sharon Newman, 11' 5'\ Roberts Creek...  INTERMEDIATE BOYS' LONG JUMP  Robin Garendregt, 14' 10", Sechelt; Bob  Johnson, 13' 6", Gibsons; Robert Blake-  man, 13' 4VV, Roberts Creek.  INTERMEDIATE  GIRLS'  LONG  JUMP  Gwen Kingston, 13* 3"; Madeira Park;  Karen Parsons,  Price, 12'  INTERMEDIATE   BOYS'  HIGH  JUMP  Michael Evans, 4' 2", Sechelt (2X);  PHil Bland, 4', 2", Roberts Creek; Greg  Harrison, 4'il", Gibsons,  INTERMEDIATE GIRLS' HIGH JUMP  Barbara   Price,  3' '8", Gibsons;   Doha  Blatchford, 3' 7", Roberts Creek;. Wendy ,  Clayton, 3' 7", Madeira Park,  SENIOR  BOYS'  HIGH  JUMP  Christopher Peters, 4" 8", Resldentini;  Ken Karatew, 4" 7", Gibsons; Bob Gibson,  4' 7", Roberts Creek,  SENIOR  GIRLS'  HIGH  JUMP  Marianne Hansen, 4' i", Roberts  Creek; Tnidy MulcnKamp, 4' V, Gibsons;  Julio Dominic, 3' 10", RcsidenUnl.  JUNIOR   BOYS'   HIGH   JUMP  Doug Price, 4' V\ Gibsons, Michael  Hanson f 3' U", Roberts Creek; flruce  Charlton, 3' II", Madeira Park. ,  JUNIOR   GIRLS'   HIGH  JUMP  Karen Fcnrnley, 4' 2", Sechelt; Sharon  Newman, 3�� ll", Roberts, Creek; Shirley  Hochmo, 3' 0", Gibsons.  SENIOR  BOYS'  SHOT PUT  Harrison, 35' 6V.", Gibsons;  Larry Kelly,  32' 7V/\ Sccholt."  INTERMEDIATE  BOYS' SHOT PUT  To the  NO. 1 DAD ...  Yesr its a fact that famous brand  name gifts please most Dads best. ,  you'll find the most top brand names  at MARINE MEN'S WEAR. Nowhere  else can you find this tremendous  selection of top brands.  Robert   Blnkcman,   32'   V  Roberts  Junior boy��  ROCKETING   Sechelt   forward  im-   Dnvld Taylor, Billy Nestmnn, Tim   Creek;  Robert Solnik, 30- io'V Gibsons;  other   five   points,   junior   boys   Ronnie and Ken Bourno. c,ro.  Wnllls, 27' io", Scohelt. (t  proud of their  mighty effort ore; sprint, junior girls'-75 yard.  Shirley Hoehne,,r 10,4 ��cca��� -Gibsons;  Kim. Lawrence, Madeira Park; pren  Fenrnloy, Socholt,  SPRINT!  JUNIOR  Boy.'~75 yd*.       -  Andy KlnK, 10,3 noch,, Gibsons; Ken  Bourne, .'.Socholt;, Inn. Drown,. Madeira  Park,  SPRINTl   INTERMEDIATE  GIRLS'-  75 yard* '  nwon"^KInRStnnr^9;2^fleci��rr~--M��<leirn-'  Pnrk;   Karon 'Parsons,   Sechcll;   Wtmdy  Clayton, Mi\deira Park,  INTERMEDIATE   BOYS'-100  YDS.  Hbort Solnlk, 11,2 sees., Gibsons; Rob  SUITS  By Drapeshire  M SPORTS JACKETS  %   by Symax Clothes  O  TOP COATS by Aeromist  #   Arrow and Lancer SHIRTS  9   BILLFOLDS by Buxton  |  Shaggy Pop SHOES  McGregor SOX  Hitchcock BEUS  ��   Phillishave RAZORS  a��tflflBil��BflBift1��^t��f!�� Wha����WSlUW,lfJl|*v���,, ,..��� wSrtW^M^sew^tMM^tMMOTBlWK^iiKilsta^  j��(����^<w_*>*tt!isi,!cf)i_iswi>j.i\m#, *nWHitlsfe_)i*s(W��sa*S  bfrWM^&l^KwWitylfii*^^ #���!   .Jl   *   T   -  t  .. Li <<'<!,      . i   "fn  .WA  1    ' )   111!.      .  J  )  Intormodiato boy.  10XC1TKMKNT r��n high during'- t>ho six races;' . ntormodliUo hoys hro;  final  j'olny^races  nt tho  lntor- Bob Johnson, Grog Harrison,. Jlando  school track moot. Gibsons did woll Godfrey and Bob Solnlk. *  in Uio roluy.s 'winning llireo of tho.  Sechelt Beauty Salon  Mr, Omorllepifro  Now In Tho Tho Richter Block  Cutting nnd Styllnp TuM.'to Sat. 9-5  Phono 885-9525  TIES by Gentry      <���  |  JEWELERY by Cyrrie  O  Bi/fmore HATS  #  Neverpress SLACKS by Aero  O  LIGHTERS by Ronson  #  PIPES  14  i >i,  \ ?! ~  i i1'-'  Ml  t  p��,vrnf-fJUtint .V*W  '.   '  '    ''  *    '  1  ),  A '\  V * i,  Quality Jit st... Always  Gibsons, B.C.  Phono 886-21 ? 6  tt<i*#4t.<F3W%3^>!l^.!r��**.|!^^ (IWIHJflt ii,  -My^.KW...^i^WflftJ*-***-��<'*'ffi*iil."  .'V.'*  {  mmm^mi  y.  ' *     it Mtj 4 f  I      I, '  �� t  i  * i 'i'  �����* Wj����i��.  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'f  Our new safety stamp  to have tasteless glue  Canada's first postage stamp devoted to1  highway safety will go on sale in post offices coast to coast on May 2, the day the  Canadian Highway Safety Council's 12t6  conference opens in Calgary. _ _  It  will  be   a  handsome  stamp���de^pT  black J>ackgro^  signs and one biue-and-wiute sign. It will  carry the added distinction of introducing  a new tasteless, invisible adhesive.  Canada's post office will print 26,000,000  of its new highway safety stamps."  The General Chairman of the Canadian  Highway Safety Council, Keith H. Mac*  Donald of Montreal, issued a formal statement of thanks and commendation to the  department for issuing the stamp, and ex- -  pressed the belief it will strengthen the  effort of CHSC and other safety organizations to bring awareness of responsibility  to the motorist and pedestrian.  CANADIAN DESIGN .  The signs depicted on tfce stamp include  sharp right turn, sharp- left' and right  curve, crossroad, .,right" curve, , railway,  grade crossing, and Softool .crossing warning. They are among the 160, signs listed  in the Manual of 'Uniform Traffic Control  Devices. *  The  Toronto  artist,  Helen  Fitzgerald,  who designed the stamp, made attractive  _ and effective use_ of __he _signs_ and_Uieir_  colors. ���  Page 8 Sechelt Peninsula Times  Wednesday. June 15, 1966  NEID A  NEW or USED  TRY  Peninsula Motor Prod.  SECHELT. B.C.  -    Phono 885-2111 ��� Ted Farewell  i i  11, ;  i  ._.*.,,ill  .     c i .A  1 '"���'  ;'M  M  Fashion show  COMMENTATOR Linda Chamberlin   dress and matching jacket with neat  introduces models at the Elphin-   fabric covered buttons and matching  stone Display Night. From left,  Roberta Pratt models her project,  the Chelsea Look (Mary Quant pattern);   Carol  Parker,  a  sleeveless  purse. Nanette Berdhal, grade 9 student, wearing gold corduroy jumper  and white turtle neck sweater.  SUPER-VALU  Buy Better  Save More  Display night  ATTRACTING many admiring glan- Brian Furuya.  The radio is  black  ces    at    Elphnstone    Secondary walnut, oiled and waxed by Terry  School Display. Night was this beau- Simmons, the bowl by Dale Vernon  tiful Philippine mahogany desk made and desk set by A. Goulding. Many  ^y;^aye'^W3hitaker. The chair on the other items were on display and all  left is also the same wood made by displayed excellent craftsmanship.  Charles English  Limited  Real Estate  and Insurance  D. G. DOUGLAS  Variety and  Paints  FI 19CL1  E frCS.  PLACE iHi-i  Todd's Drygoods  Children and  Infants Wear  Ladies' Sports  Wear  More and more  Shoppers come to  shop at Sunnycrest with  trouble free parking  and friendly service.  wwwuwwmwwwwwwmiHw  //.  'Anything You  Want We Have"  Jv.  THE PROPOSED canoe portage trail connecting Saginaw, Ruby and Ambrose  Lakes along with Agamemnon channel  will make a complete weekend circuit for  enthusiasts for calm water and white water.  Up to date there are over 20 volunteers  to work on this trail There are prospects  also for free food to put it on a picnic  basis..  This system of lakes and saltchuck can  be extended for holidays of indefinite period. West Lake is also within reach, in  by Don ��� Carr  a two or three-day trip.  Between now and fall it is .hoped .that  there will be a little more ardor toward  forming a general outdoor club and: combining efforts to blaze trails for horse back  riding, hiking, canoeing and- jaunts into  the climbing areas;  Anyone interested in these proposed  activities call:  6-7459.  (Fishermen take note: excellent, cutthroat trout fishing reported from North  Lake, which is accessible from, Egmont  Road).  McPHEDRAN  ELECTRIC  Phone  886-9689  OUR BIG $50  monthly draw continues  and each month one  wise shopper at any one  of the Sunnycrest places  of business becomes a  _winner of $50 -  Not strings attached.  Sunnycrest  Motors  The Service Station  with everything for  the Motorist  t  Last Month's  Lucky Winner  Mrs. Ken Gallier  Port Mellon  Don's Shoe Store  A Complete Line  off Shoes for  the Entire Family  Kruse Drugs  On the Sunnycrest  Plaza for your  Shopping Pleasure  fa  SWIFT'S  DATE PAD  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  /.���,.  ��� This free reminder of coming events |s a service of SECHELT  AGENCIES LTD. Phone Sechelt Peninsula Times direct for free  listings, specifying "Dote Pod". Please note that space is limited and  somo advance dates may have to wait their turn; also that this Is a  "reminder" listing only and cannot always carry full detail*,  June 16���11:00 a,m. to 2 p,m, Hospital Auxiliary Luncheon at tho  Hospital Cottage,, Sechelt. Everyone is welcome.  June 16���7 p.m. Sechelt Beach, Cubs, Scouts and Families, yVlcncr  Roast.  Juno 18���2-4 p.m. Wilson Creek Community Hall, Rummage Sale  and Tea. VV.C. Community Assn, ,  Juno, 20���1:30 p.m. OAPO Regular Mooting (changed from, 16th)  Wilson Creek Hall.  Juno 20���8:00 p,m, Pender Harbour Secondary School, Final mooting P.H. Recreation Commission, for this s ca&on,  - Juno'21���8:30 o.m,1 Legion Hall, Sccho|t,*0,CrDcptrof'Agriculturo,-��-��"��  Official Course on Pesticides, ,  Juno 22���2 p.m. St, Aldan's Church Hall, Roberts Crock, Strawberry  Tea, R,C, Boy Scbut Group Committee,  Juno 23���8 p.m. Sechelt Activity Room, Annual General Mealing;   ,  West Sechelt Waterworks District,  WE HAVE BUYERS s  WE NEED YOUR LISTING  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  REALTY and INSURANCE ~ Phono 885-2161  eat Balls and Gravy *.��49*  D_ G, DOUGLAS  Variety & Paints  NOW OFFERS  RWERIA  SWIM KITS  iill  Picnic Ham  . ,. i1. -  l'/a lb��.  M  'rem Sandwich Spread ' ��.2�� 35*  Jewel or Swiftning  SHORTENING  3 lb. tins Wc  ALLSWEET MARG  2 for 49c  1 lb.  !S3MSBm4fltaS��o<tfi��(i!W_ rsiriifc.'MMmtMittw  m  V *> *> -vf*iiw��,'y",,R'*",ft"."V*"'  Hm&'fr.XWi'l'jrfl',  V /  :>  Snorkels  Fins  Masks  Everything  for the  Swimmer  PAINT UP NOW . .. Special  LATEX PAINT  Interior ~ Ideal for that  summer cabin. Gallon  886-261S  Gibaona, B.C.  $50 -  YES! WE GIVE AWAY $50.00 EACH MONTH  $50  Cashing your FAMILY ALLOWANCE CHEQUE at any of tho advertised Plaza Community Places of Business.  When you cash your cheque in one of these premises your name is placed in a barrel and tho lucky namo is  drawn at the end of each month. ,  !  8S0-2827  AT THE  ji >, *  \#  8#  w  &  ���I'.    '     '  *4��fc f#fii ft8 *"s ****' 'Mi* *  Whcr��  Tho Good Ones  Aro!  Show Storti 8 p.m.  WEDNESDAY  JUNE IS  THURSDAY  . 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