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The Sechelt Peninsula Times Feb 23, 1966

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Cove, Egrnont. *fi WEDNESDAY, FEB. 23, 1960   IOC  ___-- . -, . . ;   Dissatisfied". ������        ^ [       /  iirbip/ iisf isil lairi  J      tlV ,___���' __��,._. ^  sspstkus Dent, evasion  H  W  eo   *  w_4  '.��_��� r>  *_. K  vM ta  ���  'E __?�� O  '._-*<  _. 3. _>  ei w  ���DEJSPITE the emergent nature of garbage disposal   '  " r* ��*4   Problems andt poHufiori in the province, the provin-   ���  -y fc gte.a_-gov_.rnment-appears to have no solUtioBt-to^the- {  _= w ^situation which exists in areas similar to the Sunshine  ; g * g'Coast.    j M c_ t>. At last week's meeting of the  1 M 00 ^Garbage" and  Disposal   Board  S �� ^jvhich  covers  the   area   from  Larigdale to' Pender Harbour,  Wyngaeri  Chairman Mr. F. J.  outlined progress during the  past year. Correspondence with  the department of municipal affairs revealed that regional districts are favored to deal with  problems common to certain  areas. In this instance the RD  would include the area from  Femberton to Powell River.  The board feels that tbe two  large bodies of water which  split up this district make it  impractical to administer. On  seeking futher advice from the  dept. of municipal affairs, it  was advised that population in  the area from Port Mellon to  Egrnont was too small for it  to be recognized as a regional  district but could operate _s  an improvement district    \  SIX-MONTH DELAY  In July the board requested  as an improvement district, the  board would be responsible for  the levying and collection of  taxes with no help from the  provincial government.  QUEST CONTINUES  Secretary- treasurer of the  board, Miss Adele De Lange  will now add to the already  copious correspondence, by requesting MLA Tony Gargrave  to use bis influence in the matter, also seeking the support  of the Coast-Garibaldi Union  Board of Health.  SITES  Site Chairman Mr, Vince  BraceweU reported that sites  had been located for garbage  disposal in Kleindale, Sechelt  and Gibsons. Sechelt site had  caused much trouble; originally  the Indian band had been approached lor the leasing of  three acres of Reserve No. 2,  i ��.   I.  ��,. n*inff._MHi.lflffl,iTi  V  &J&P"   ^  but the cost at $900 per annum  from "the depl Vd^ce" concern- was  considered  too high  and irresponsible CTCf . ���  ing the formation of an ID for eventually other land had been ��- : T  garbage disposal and an assess- located and approved by the ---���     ,       .      . .  ment of property from, Lang- forestry dept.                          , \f O.HO.OllSIlCi  dale   to  Egrnont.   The  reply, , It was also decided at the " ^***^*^��**w***;  received, in December, pointed: meeting to make formal appti  putr that. a_Van Improvement cation'for these,, sites.. ,   ...  D__thdt,.operati_g  unfla the       . -,->���,. v ,,^   <*?�� ~~ *V  ��.**_._. !__..   u v..^Ti_i _^_'_-___.^-f    DISSATISFACTION * "  Extreme dissatisfaction was  expressed by members of the  board over the evasive attitude  of the provincial government in  a matter which so vitally affects the health and well being  of citizens.  "SEE THAT mark?" says Bofr Norminton, manager   B f!-   MfidalllOn  of B.C. Hydro, as he points out to Mr. L. P. Hansen,    x#'w*  * *V**��*��!).��  Street Lighting- Commissionaire of the Corporation of   a^r. nrrvfj .OQro  Sechelt, damage done by .22 rifle bullets and stones to  dlUo piUlllCClo  village street lights. These glass shades; which cost  $29.50 each, have been replaced at the customer's expense. The Hydro Authority" and" the Village Corporation request the. co-operation of the public in preventing  this type of vandalism.  *_��� yrKv  Hydro  causes _&eQ��^ expense  Water Act, it would be respon  Sible for the , imposition and  collection of taxes, Garbage  collection is not included <n  the services which qualify under tbe provision of the Taxation Act  As it now stands, operating  "���"���--A-^_j'  .THE PRICE of the British  Columbia Centennial medallion is 48 cents, plus two cents  tax, and not a penny, more. .  This statement was issued by  the provincial centennial committee following, reports that  '"profiteers" ��re " selling the  medallions for as much as $1  each:' * : w "\ ; ' - '  The   souvenir   medallion. is  , provided" local centennial com.-  fmitteesJor^resale >itb,_tt-e; eto-  ' rfTts^'gS__|rr��iv_#c_: -Te_i_eip__:  activities/      ��� ? j :  EXHIBIT "A",' "asi ."shown 'to -the representatives- of - the  viHagewrporations, are glass shades from street <dt___ _4ier**%c*c_i_^n  lights located throughout, the. Peninsula. One shade has *"*** aiscussion  a .22 bullet hole through it. and the other was damaged -probes' homework  by stones.  A number of these units have      ����� * 1   J"  been    broken    in    residential     AlHillfll   QlMlfir  Vahcouyer company . . .  Low tender accepted  i -  for drilling project  FOUR FIRMS  tendered for well drilling on village  property at,Gower Point and Winn Roads, Gibsons,  with successful bidder ..Rural Well Drillers Ltd. of Vancouver to undertake the project,  difference  There was a difference of  $1,200 between the four bids  but only 50 cents between tho  two lowest. Consulting Engineer Martin Dayton told council both firms were'<_u,to repu��  table and he would not recommend one above tho other;  1 A.kcd by the chairman If  any local tenders had been obtained, Mr. Dayton replied ho  Understood, there were no local  drillers nvallablo, Ho told couiV  (.11 it was hoped to have indications of success In about two  inonths timo and that drilling  would probably not exceed ft  tlepthlof 1150 feet, Mf' !;���.'���;,���  ��� Hopes aro pinned on the project which It. expected to provide �� boost to the present water supply until hucK tlkno a  permanent solution bo found.  i   ..  .    , , \ ��� , . .  An application for a water  connection to the new motel.  iimlor tho name of Peninsula  JHotol ttdi, was turned down  by Comm, Flndnfior on '''"grounds  that tho prcfiont water--sup|)ly  1�� InadccjuHto to .upply outside  arena at this time, ''H wo ap*  of court action resulting from  water being cut off at the Faro-  ham property, adjaceht to the  motel and from which a water  ���so�� page 9  Board advises  flush pipeline  WEST Sechelt water line Is pro-  'grossing; satisfactorily and U  Is expected project will b>o com-  plotcd by mldiMarch. '  Tho Times lias been asked  to point out that check volvoa  are put In at Intervals and  chlorine added to the supply  In ol'dor to counteract llmo andf  deposits In tho plpo, Users arc)  well before using, Also, in the  cusp, of connection bolng made,  by residents, a pormlt wilt bo  required and work will have  to bo approved, ��  Prossuro  will  bo   about  85  pounds which  In many  cases  will prove too groat for exist-1  prove this wo will be obliged to ing * 'systems," It "lr recommend-'  .supply,  water  to  everyone  In   pa reducing valvos bo Installed  that aroai" ho snld. bringing prossuro down to" rtt  The application follows throat   \mi m< pounds,  areas in the past month. These  shades are quite heavy and  could cause serious injury if  damaged enough to fall and ,vit  someone on the,head. Once a  rifle shot penetrates the shade,  the lamp is also broken. A report from B.C. Hydro to the  corporation explains that the  customer, in this case the village, is responsible for the cost  .of replacing, damaged lights.  The shades cost from $29.50 to  $$2.50 and the lamps from 85c  to $10.00.  The street lighting commissioner of the corporation has  asked that the general public  co-operate in putting a stop to  this vandalism.  The Hydro Authority also re-  ports that In' the past few,  months, the company has experienced extensive damage to  the Peninsula transmission line  circuits. The damages were  the result of sonxo Irresponsible person or persons shooting  at Insulators supporting tho hydro voltage lines, This is a serious offchco and could affect  tho livelihood of many people,  depending on reliable power  supply to servo industry, Including the Port, Mellon Pulp  Mill,'   ff'';:f.,!'i;:': if.'"..���'"��� '";"!"  Defective'Insulators vvlll not  only cnuso power Interruptions,  at Legion Hall  TICKETS for the Sschejt  Chamber of Commerce annual dinner meeting February  24th in the Legion hall may be  obtained at Parkers Hardware,  Village Bakery or The Times  office. ,  Deputising for Hon. Phil Gag-  lardi, assistant deputy minister Mr, F. A. lyicLean will attend and it is hoped to. obtain  some reassurance that highway  improvements mijght be,, anticipated ' in , tlie ��� not too distant  future.  ' A great deal of interest is  expected and it is pointed out  that a limited number of tick,:  ets are still available,"  HOMEWORK ' comes' up for  ! discussion at the Gibsons PT-  A -meeting on February 28th^  to be held at Eiphinstone at 8  p.m. The panel will include tea;  chersj parents and students  from both secondary and elementary sOhools. , ,' "|  \ Few of us have take-it-orf  leave-it feelings about homework, to some it is a necessary  evil, to others' an opportunity  to perfect" skills and increase  knowledge. Is it a way to keep  children busy and out of mischief? Does all work and no  play make Jack a dull boy?  Is homework contributing to  the pressures of the present  day and a denial of a child's  right to time to himself?  Parents, teachers and stuck  ents are invited to use this opportunity to express their op��  Inlons which can help to clar��  ify school policy. ,   ;  Not an issue  dC-iooi trasiees insist  complex ill lefeireiiinii  FOUR MEMBERS of the board of i school trustees re-,  .....malnca adamant and refused to change their stand  on inclusion of the, proposed $54,000'school board office  ^cmwS^^ZX   compKrin theWrcAntatUm oLtho rccentty-defeatcd  ffitflriftjury'to^thp'pprsofl^^ ..,,,.���<,��������,     A   meeting   scheduled   for;    dum.   It  was' .onsldercd   tho  forming such an irresponsible  act, Children should bo warned  not; to go near, any fallen  wires, but to ; report samp to  their parents or the Hydro Authority Immediately. Tho Hydro .requests co-operation of all  concerned to prevent a further  ropUitlon of this wilful dnmhgo,  All reports made to tho Sechelt  District Office will bo treated  In tho strictest of confidence  February 7 to consider advlaa-  billy of putting tho bulldlmJ  under a separate referendum  \Vas cancoUod" duo to failure of  a number of trustee^ to turn  At last rognlan.! meeting, trustee Cella Fisher said the matter , hod been discussed, taking  Into consideration the danger  of   Jeopardizing   the . reforen-  new building was not'an lssuo  and sho therefore* saw no x*c��-  son fop altering. It. .   , , ;  TYdstco Peggy Volon , said t  She had; been, under tho. Im/  presslon there was only ono  referendum and could" sco no  reason for changing It. Trustee Bill Malcolm fought a lono  battlo ,ln opposing theso views,  ' -~aoo paga _t  -7'  T  i i'  i,  t  'i,  11 ,,'.  /  ��� ,i  J_     i.t.i.   . ,_    _r..|i^    .��*...  * )  \   'r  i    j  !* \,  ,!"-''  / !���'  !���,- ;���  1,1/ . I.-,  .'.'m .If  I  I,.  I1   I /*- JvVv*.  A.    ���-W^s.vJBC _  . ?** *v  Pqge2      Secfcef* Pe*iS��s��to Timet, x Vfe4.,feb* 2X1966 ^ ^g, ggff-f  _w_*____*i__*w��-^*a-ww  _-W_W_W��*'--W]-������-��____��-_��_  FOR SALE (ConHnuod)  _a_-__-___#_��__>>_^^  ;. - rv. %j. . i< * ^'^*fV5i^W^__��_#M@S__��_  \ r. . , ^ ~ ." *, J 1  *) *���,-..   *������ .'   .1  gmiCw�� iMf  ADBRIEFS  'laci air, &��� w��8os_?aw85t.,T  aad ��� aft tmm*tm.  .scaataei Use ltes# ��W_  ��_��_S_; <_r i^ose ffi&WM.  CfotSifi&&  i0*Mmm**rnmj0**J**+******  PtMhfesd Wednesdays &f ** _  WORK WAHTED (cwsFd)      .*3����  FOB C&vcBftigr.. 3few asi �����   FIOXX_f,ftijtoe^ 2,^^^  (pal ...-.- - . ^��_..- .__,._._.  daegl  SG5S*��a   piseaae ��S3-27fig after S p-m,        -Iforf Covu are im&mgte J&y  f. wi  Meaner. Aa&# limits*  __a___ied A*wart&ia_. fte**K.  __t4Jne AdErsefs 415 **i*ds.  Osse-imexfim *~������~SSc  GET  ���'sresfaxadU    xsxw&ts, ��_._.___����   -Mvii 1v ^ ����������� (��� v^r^ v'T'jr, -'"���  B_s_r at raasoosfefissst'fc'tsssjse , ISEwi,strap. y_aas(B_3S��..6r ��&���  jnjB&  *RVee ��r_eirt*2ws ���.   Extra 6rfes �� *s5��fe�����  Cfbisratfedbe* net eppfy tx> t  GOrrm&sdm^ fitdSnehJi  Best- Hutn&ea* .���*Gc extsc  25c Bo&Jveepfag charge is cxkted  far A^Br_*_s #K* peu6 fcy pd^a>  fton. date.  legal or 8emSar od*ert��flS3 2$c  pes' cowtt nttc  Ad��gwef erfgeart, IJ^B per "  CARD OF THANKS  S��ACR��ST     "^ '  Phmhlng, bwk&ttg septic  fonks  JAMB A. STEWART  ���..Phone. 885-9545- vi'f>-  ,.f;SSi&:;t&.'  ���- tf?ais^^^^fiSeifew3a^faa&'     -���_���   1�� reply to a fkkr^fr^fllr,;*  o*ea,"G^d;��OTdltioiL, !��b*n.     I>avJ# s*fc% tot ^^fe^,  tm^t^et^pJB^[ ' ,/ wssimz ^BfOmraC'   lawn     roov/er tbe jMistister *d1MBBini&]B^  >m&" lMfa��a_L/|kii!ria3MBd[^��Qt' ' ��fe4��H_li_g e.iaijwn^nt. Phone H. A Laaglols, has rey3M stat^t  tsge w^l. featexwa. ia West 8^2282, 9898-14 Ing department offk^fe ^e^  ,SecWi;&Kal^fer-cos^e,'or ~~ : VJ_. ..,,._ ...."::::: been msiructed to icvesi^te  aasSe gesg^w./Ko,<fefejsrff^, fft  ''''*''''M,'"|SQg^j_��  .. ���������_a��oas��, 'SeSaia vfPa  I WABT t�� exlsssd mj saseere  tfaaoS* to aS n��y good seigfe-  fc&t��r�� sod $nasd$ for their  icany expze$ss&m o�� $fmp&��a&  sml sets/Qt tea8w& to me hi  ffee &>s�� of ray d^r ��r_ferr Nox-  -ah. To tbe, E*r?, Barry .lente, _  Dr. pateksa, Mr. J. Hzine?  &nd-$far. 51 SCsetairisfe, aad fee  pafl-bearer.' wise* 'all ga^r�� of  tfeesr t&ae and 'amssfetsce in. so  m&ny w&ys to express my de<^.  spfpreciatson. ~3. Artfeir Mack^  ���. -liuti������ �����* "- ���-,.������9g9r3.i2 -  1IWE  REAL ESTATE  nm BommcM  8S5-9530 . Evenjr|gs J ���  Rctotiliing - Plowing  Grading - -'Rolling - Etc.  S826-4&.  HELP WANTED  DEATHS  ^    EXTRA profit for salal pickers  SaM 33c ��� Hack 30c���Cedar  _   25c. Pickers needed mm. For  COLERIDGE ��� Passed   away instructkiws, first contact Eeid  February 15, ''1966. Joim Clif- Fern    and    Moss,    next    to  ford   Coleridge   of   1640  AW>? Secbett Theatre,   ph.  __g5__8_3.  Boad. Gibsons. B,C. In his ��itb sm-tfjct  year,  soiviyed  by  bis  loving   ���-��� ���     "-"���"'��� ���;v���i|.-'.  y/ife,   Irene,   five   daughters, Mrs. Natda Wilson  Mrs.  bnrna  Buekoltz of  Kel-  Wna, Mrs.  Audrey .-Lakes of ^K^sb.";._U>>'3ii��a^T-'ia't:l��i^>e8*- f  Vancouver,  Mrs.   Kit Olstbom otruVi'occ caiaV ioiiri^cDC  el CumpbeU River, Mrs; Myrtle REQUIRES SALAL PICKERS  Crutcbfield   of   Quebec   City, phone 885-9746 or write c/o Box  cmdMi*�� Kay Coleridge, Van- 3����t  Sechelt.                 0625-tfn  . cwmr.   Two   mm;   John   of -��� - ���   H0PKESS-: fLaa_&D^f f M*pr&io#-  ���.on, "Pons. ������So^i,'i*-:..lbelraoiis| ���  :S15L;'.f..:,:      "   ;>f':-" ;'f'. P^Si  ...TmSSn&mm:;.;.. praperty.....nj.,Se^.  "'!"'sBlsS ''area- '''_30tf'"'pif'Sc����-' Beat"  381. Sedselt, B.C. 9_4S-tfc  15 ACRES with large bouse,  and roagb grave! pit, <m  fairway at Pender Harbour.  $45CO or iKtarest offer. Phase  ''''taslssSC" "���""*"��� ���--*-"���"-jgg^|-  ,���i��� ���.n.ii-n���.���i.i-,^���������i-ii ���������.���>������.������in���i���i.���^  LOTS  Sechelt __ Sl^OO and up  W, Se��fielt.,. ��� sm zM up  Welcome Beach __ W.F. S5J5GO  Davis Bay :$2,OO0. and up  ������fsfe^^Park "__:^" WSF- ^$*#0'  Porpoise Bay __ Acreage 52,800  Hi Gregory* 883^092  SEGHltT AGENQ|S J^Tp,  88Sil61  ��� Sechelt, ]3.C  S355-tfn  OKE, Gt��c& teat toilet m new,  ,-.4jsed--.5 .-roonlbs. Can be elec-  tefiea.  Price .���$��>. Phone 885-  9^L*./"; .;,,.. 933M3  HA*fES   lo__giiJg   truck,   10-lfi  Lairrence   donkey   cat   and  ���arcb. .,6>bra drill ju. t overhaul-  ed."Booming equipment, blocks  and";'.. .rigg.og,     JIls_;e_laneou5  'ot%r.fe<^eJ��.ent..f Going, out .of -  twssmsss,.'.Good'prices. Ph. K.  ��� 0,:.^.m?6Sa. 9335^13  JAY BEE USED  .^.^-.M^aiRNiTURE^^,^-  Phone 886-2346, Gibsons  Next to Ken's Parking  Beer bottles. We btiy ond  sail everything  Canadian Beauty 110V  Stove   -������___ 33.00  30" Deluxe Bockgas  Range   ���_____ ._ 89.93  Singer Strisigbt Sew __^_ 88.88  -if  TV  ���-_^__^.-^-_._ ..49:95  Moffat Cottage Eaage ._ 79.95  PARKERS HARDWARE  LTD; ��� Sechelt      '  Phone SS5-2iTi  9357-12  p'mzom and Ken of Winnipeg,  .��J��o twenty-��ix grandchildren.  Mr, Coleridge was a, member  of Mt. Eiphinstone Lodge No.  130, No AF ��. AM, Robert  Creek. Funeral service wa��;held  Saturday, February 19, at 2  p.m, from St. Bartholomew's  Anglican Church, Gibson*, BrC.  Rev. H. Kelly officiating-rcre-  mation. In lieu of flowers don-  alion�� to O.E.S, Cancer Fund,  c/o Mr, N, Hough, RR I Gib^  wn��, B,c. Harvey Funeral  Home director/), 398M2  PART TIME WORK  tADIES  Ten���Fifteen hours  per  week  ;ppctti^.';:W;,,,Gil^n.;,f''!^<Aelt,  ''Pejrier;'':vHarl��ur''f;'areaf:'''S2&-$W;  per week. Send name, address $6,000. terms,  and phone No, to. /V. Perrct,  1C��2 Linnae Ave,, North Van-  <iouyer or ^eaVe fat Times office, 9327-13  Halfmoon Bay  100' beach WFT 1.K acres,  beavily treed, summer cabin  with sleeping accommodation  for nine, fully furnished, two  boats and good water supply.  tbe matter and get in fmch���-  with   tbe   petitioners  for ftar-  tber details.  MORE ABOUT , . .  �� Referendum  ���frem page 1  stating it should be a separate referendum, "schools are  more important than a hot?  school board office at tfais  time," he asserted, **peoj^le  right now are not keen oa the  referendum and we catft s��-  ford to s have*it refected again,  1 don't think people wish to pay  for such a building at this  time."  Trustee Don Douglas d!s*  agreed,, saying it w<h__4 be  cheaper1 to put up a new build-;  'i~tog,4tbaii'"'continue''c^,ii^^<rem^";  "We have been fmt in by the  people who expect us to speed  their money wisely." be addedi  Mrs. Fisher agreed, claiming  the need exists and when sucb  a need does exist the whole  district will function more ��Hi.  ciently when property equipped.  Stating she felt the referendum would stand a better  chance as a single entity, Mrs.  Volen moved ii be presented as  before to include tbe board  complex. Seconded by Don  Douglas and. supported by Cliff  Thorold and Mrs. Fisher, oppo^  sjtidn was registered by Bill  Malcolm and Leo Johnson.  METS  GOOD borne  wanted for  part  Persian   Cat   (grey),   Phone  PERSONAL  HAIIIDRES8.NG, cuttln.g,  ' perm��, color. Doris Sugdcn,  Phone 88S-2837. P508.tfn  K1NSMKN -n-  White  Elephant  Sale, Wc collect all unwanted  ItemH,   piw.no  885-9544  ��� 885-  05<M). ,   0330-10  ,���.- i- -.,���.���.���������...�����  DELTA \Radfo and AppllanceH,  Snlc�� and , ucrvlco, Sechelt,  fierylce to all make.���froo, pickup and, delivery, TV rcntnlfl,  /Serving The Siumhlno ConHt,  885-0372, 0351-12  WORK WANTED  ��'���"! ���"���������"������-  -,.     .*>..W..I.IW.. I..      ..���,  "I TRENCHiNG '��   "   3ACKFILUNG  BacKhoo &  Front End Loader  i  Work By Hour Or Contract  BRIAN HASLETT  Contractor  Phono 885-9704  8070-1 fn  CALU50K EVERGREEN  .^,:';,:.,,:';:,.,..f.co.���;.,...^v: :.;..,...  Roberts Creek  Salal and Huck Pickers  Wanted  Salal 33c Bunch  Plant located at Roberts Creek,,  across street from store. Phone  886-2633, 0306-tfn  ��� ' ��  1  -"���   WESTCOAST  ;    EVERGREEN  COMPANY  Roberts Creek  SALAL PICKERS WANTED!  Soldi 33c Bunch  Plant Located at Roberts  Creek across tho street from  Post Office  Davis Bay  Close to sandy beach', level lot  with fruit trees and .workshop,  lovely two bedroom home, fully  furnished, oil heat, FP $10,500,  terms.  Point - Fibreglass - Rope  Canvas," Boat Hardware  WALT NYGREN SALES  LTDt  ,..,.:,������. ,..Gibs6nvB,G'<.i<..'  Phone 886-9303    '7857-Un  Lutheran Church  "SUNDAY SCHOOL  ."������; 1.1:00, a.mf:;:;:-:(\.  PASTOR JOHN ULMER,  f;;;:; .;,':/Se��b��ltl|en��eiitorf *fy-.  .        Activity Room,  Sechelt ;:".,'"7"  Commercial property on main  street in the centre of village,  house, rented, good investment  for future;"'-"'������ "������'-������"������'"������^���"���"'������*,!'-",'-'-'.'j- "������  H. B, GORDON &  KENNETT LTD,        :  _lechelt  and  Gibsons,  Ilic*  Phone 885-2013  Ron McSavancy 886-0656  .'������':"   0358-12  BOATS & ENGINES  KM -RUNABOUT,   ono   year  old,  18 HP outboard,    pioo  cash. Plwno 883-2418/     06^:12  LIVESTOCK ",'^T't  GOATS  --  Kro. h  Iri   milking  goats $20 oach. G, Charmnn,  Phono 8B0-D862. ,       .324-12  ST. JOHN'S  UNITED CHURCH  Wilson Creek, B.C.  Sunday School���9:45 o.m.  Divine Worship���-11:15 a.m.  Led by Ml&s.H, E, Campbell  ���    ���  Except on 2nd Sunday each  moh^h  Family Scrvlcor-��i 1:15 am.  Divine Servlcfr-^iao p.m.  led by Rev, W, M, Cqmeron  BETHEL BAPTIST  CHURCH  SECHELT  SERVICES  Sunday School ������ 10 o^n.  Church Sorvlco ���-11:13 a.m.  Prayer -��� Wadncsday 7:30 p.m.  REV. A. WILLIS  PASTOR,  You arc Invltod to atter>d  any or <iach service. ,  11. . IWM.lt. 1. Mfcti>.i.M_  '���'PHONE,"886r2682*   ,..; ,.,,,���;,������: ( 3080-tfn  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY  MUST bcII, duo to' dowth of  'oyvpor,. 4 rndlo controjlled  wi.�� and a o^tr�� radloa, No  competition, ,14,000 or closest  offer,,.ConUc. Mrw. J, G, Jona��,  P,0, Box 03r Seoholt or phoiw  885-2125 or W85-D717,      02��Ufn  SALE  3,2 IIP GORDON.'2<whoo| tr.c  ,tor, 10" plou��hr aiac., cultivator.  A. Boppe, JBeftch Avcnv  u��( HobcrtH Crook,        0340.14  HOYAI^ Stawlnrd Typewriter,  completely rebuilt /by tho  mnnufacturcr, - OrlRlnnl prlco  , $240,05, now 4mi ,..|i30,so, Tho  time, office, 885-005., _t..hol.,">  ��,C, , 0287-tfn  2 NEW SUBDIVISIONS  Earls Cove Subdivision -���adjacent to Earls Cove  ferry terminal oa the' Sunshine Cpast Highway,  i^_^*9B��^l,T^)*Hl��ifj*^iii*��WH#^Wf  fiiiiMitiXDiU* AiVittA^l niifiAfen'-lii  Madeira Park Subdivision ��� overlooking Pender  Harbour and Gulf ��� 10% down ��� easy terms  on balance, Discount for cash.  ,FOR SALE BY OWNER  O. SLADEY ������ Madeira Park, B,C,  Phono 883-2233 or phono North Vancouver '  985-4934  imm\  . (  41  il  51  i.. . ...      ���  j i i ��� .....I : j' .i...!V'(..i' .  ,    .1   .M.f..  V  ....-*---. -.til..-1 ill,    >���    -  M-  J-~.-  *  *^*-tj: *^ft  <S>J  !' - \  x  Wed., Feb. 23. 1966     Sechelt Peninsula Times     Page 3  j i      t . i - ._ r _  Technical revolution^   threat  meet  *r-f-  FH.E  PENINSULA residents' attended a convention  V held in Vancouver recently at which the subject of  automation was discussed by a number of - distinguished  speakers. .        ' '         ; ���rr*  Technology_itself and. the automatic machines'have been rendered obsolete by the introduction of--systems w&ich. oversea  tbe macMhes. These caa eliminate human' beings' * entirely.'  The'system is called eyberflST  ^tiori. , '.    \ '-'��� ",.-, ... "' -'   ���'.  -What happens to human ba��  ���; Jolly/ Roger' Inn  ONE-HUNDRED feet in length, the Jolly Roger Inn is expected to he in operation  in June. Work started on the project two years ago and wbeu completed will be  the most fully-equipped hotel on the Peninsula. The front of the "building, overlooking Secret Cove, is almost entirely glass,, offering wonderful views from all "rooms.. \  Long time dream ...'    ~  \ Wwill Operate the business  themselves.  - Floats will.be a further undertaking and it- is hoped- to  operate one night stop-over  cruises up Princess Louise In-  iet, as an added attraction.  ��� Asked did he anticipate com-  FAST APPROACHING completion just a stone's throw   ��etitio,n at a. ***** date- Mr-  from the highway with a spectacular view of Secret   Brynelson said he would wcl*  Cove, is the quarter-million-dollar dream of a Vancouver man, in the shape of a large, first,class inn.    ,    .  John   and   Mrs.    Brynelson    ���; : "   $250,000 Inn project  approaches completion  have been regular visitors to  the Peninsula for 20 years, during which time, considerable  thought was given to the need  for a first class hotel which  could cater to both the motoring and boating visitor. Two  years ago he decided to do  something about it and made  .a start on clearing part of his  45 acres of property as a site  for the project,  - The casual visitor to the  property receives something cf  a shock on viewing the structure for one is quite unprepared  to encounter a building of such  size .tucked away in the trees.  It is without doubt the largest  building of this type yet constructed on the Peninsula,  Occupying three floors, to be  named the skyline, Timberline  and Shoreline floors, the inn  will be christened the "Jolly  Roger." It will comprise 22  rooms, or suites, cocktail bar.  dining room, and convention  room. The, basement area will  house Sauna baths and health  equipment while an outside  swimming pool a. the rear of  the inn will be but another welcome facility.  . Much of tho interior woodwork is toredo holed timber,  creating an air of antiquity.  This finish is put to excellent  affect In the cocktail bar and  enhanced with concealed lighting, This effect will extend to  tho dining room where tho accent will he on high-class, cuisine, All rooms liavo an excellent view with private balconies  overlooking the cove.  Most surprising feature is tho  fact that so much has been  accomplished by so few. Thq  entlro project has been constructed by Mr. Hrynelson, his  son Dal, George Font of Madeira Park, Phil Gross of So.  chelt and an old-timo pioneer  In tho area, Mr. Adolph Anderson, Recently, electrical tyork  has been undertaken by Nick's  Electric of Pender Harbour.  It In tho Intention of tho own-  . ,r. to employ. Ipqnl.lnl. or. to staff,  the Inn when  completed, and  although entirely new  to  this  type of profession, the Brynel-  come other such enterprises.  "After all, Penticton is nothing  more than large hotels and motels, and we have far more to  offer here both scenic and cli-  njate wise," he said.  Sechelt social notes  ����������^i mi  i ���i^���������������_���������  ��� i��� -    --_-_--���^M^���qp���������^��� ��� i  m���    ���������.���������������������11  t      ���With Your Neighbours  CARALEE Johnson attending  UBC, arrived home for a  weekend accompanied by  friends Diana Erickson, ��� Susan  Bentley and Rosalyn, Norman.  Also on a i short-vacation from  vocational school, brother Teddy accompanied by his iriend  Harvey Becker of Vancouver.  SICK LIST  Jack Mayne reported to be  recovering from sickness  sparked off by a bout of flu.  Up to render assistance, his sister Mrs. Mary Evans and a  neice  of  Mrs.  Wayne's,   Mrs.  Katherine Tinson of Vancouver; formerly residing in Hong  Kong. Both have now returned.  ' Also recovering- in hospital,  Mrs. O. Korgan, Louis Benner,  Gibsons school teacher, Airs.  Gladys MacMillen. Mrs. Laura  Potts took a fall and broke a  wrist,  all progressing  well.  IN BRITAIN  On a visit to Somerset, England, Mr. F. W. Stone of Secret Cove, paying a visit to his  homeland after some years. Visit marred by a family illness.  The  . Anglican Church  OF CANADA  Rector: Rev. R. Barry Jenks.  Phone: 885-9793  FIRST SUNDAY IN LENT  '  February 27th.  1966  St. Hilda's, Sechelt���Holy Communion, ,8:00 a.m.  St. Hilda's, Sechelt���Holy Communion, 9:30 a.m.  1 Egrnont���Evensong, 3:00 p.m.  Madeira Park���Evensong, 7:30 p.m,  i  Wednesday, March 2nd  St. Hilda's, Sechelt���Holy Communion, IQ:0Q a.m.  Suns/iine Coast  Gospel Church  (Undenominational)  Sunday School  10 a,m.  Church Servlco  11:15 a.m.  PASTOf\ REV, S. CASSE. LS  Solatia Park Community Hall  Gibsons  No Down Payment �� Bank Interest  Ten Years To Pay  COMPLETE LINE OF APPLIANCES  For Free Estimate - Call 8S6-272��  -Considered a dire threat, to  our economic future, a meeting of the Unitarian Eellow-  ship-will delve further'into the  situation- at a, public, meeting  at ,Roberts '.Creek'*��� Thursday.  Feb..24. .    ���    -���^ .   -  ,'-  '-Explanation* of -' the-,problenv  known J as - cybernation, states:. _  '���<' InLJtas* decade man is confronted with cataclysmic changes id his world.' Machines are  rapidly taking over many of  man's age old functions. Some  machines are weapons which  can destroy civilization .almost  at "the push of a button. Millions of human beings' who  have been denied basic human  rights are rising to demand,  them. Millions of others, are  learning of a struggle which  the new machines are pressing  upon them.  It used to take 300 men thrse-  and-a-half weeks to put together a car engine. Now" machines do the same pob in 15  minutes. Computers deal with  .problems which arise along the  line ��� thus eliminating human  beings who formerly performed  that function.  "Unbelievable to many is the  fact that even these sophisticated systems have become obsolete: New types of machines  can do old jobs  even faster.  ings'in this developing pattern? '  What about jobs? More .leisure  time. Surely, but^can we learn  to use'it'in constructive, ways?  And whoJ will pay the" grocery  bill?  . *.,''���'  Leading thinkers have taken'  up  the  challenge  of devising"  new systems of-thought and at?-  tion to ensure man's emotional  '"  as well'as physical survival in  this' cultural-technological revolution.        ^*~/ I *  "J  Sponsors  of. the convocation/  believe it vital to the health  of British Columbia that a forum be opened "where . differences can be stipulated openly  and honestly, without the threat  of impendng crisis. The 'convo-'  cation probes the implications  of the revolution about us, it.  explores the role of person-ness ���  in this technologically^ proficient generation and will seek to  lay groundwork for further dialogue at local and national levels.  NICK'S ELECTRIC  AND APPLIANCES  Pender Harbour  For all your wiring needs  Commercial - Residential -  Industrial  Phone 883-2516  R.R. 1, Madeira Park  Marine Supplies Service  f GARDEN BAY  BOATWORKS  A COMPLETE LINE OF  BOAT REPAIRS  Garden Bay, B.C.  Phono 883-2366  Scows ��� Logs  SECHELT TOWING  & SALVAGE LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving  & Log Towing  L. HIGGS  Phono 885-9425  TREE SERVICES  Falling, Topping,  Limbing for view.  All work Insured.  Full Information  Phono 886-2343  ARNOLD BLOMGREN  Phono 885-2062   <  SIM ELECTRIG LTD.   Electrical Contractors -  Appliances - Electric Heat  Phone 885-2062  PENINSULA  BUILDING SUPPLY LTD.  "Tho Homo With A Heart"  E, JvCaldwoH, Proprietor  Dox 97 - Socholt, D,C.  Phono Secholt 885-9669  CLYDES CYCLES  Highway 101 - Pine Road  Gibsons, B.C.  Serving (he Sechelt Peninsula  Service ond Accessories for all  Motorcycles.  We pick up and deliver your bike  Phone 886-9572  Open to 10 p.m. 7 days a week  CUSTOM TRACTOR WORK  BACK HOE - DITCHING  EXCAVATING CONTRACTING  GRAVEL. TOP SOIL AND FILL  Let us solve your problems  ED FIEDLER - GIBSONS  Phone 886-7764  ELECTRA-CLEAN  Upholstery Cleaning  Carpets' - Furniture -  Rugs  for. .appointment  ,   Phone 886-9890  .���*������ ��� ��� ��������� i�����>ii i ii  ��� .i���p^^i�����������  PENINSULA  BUILDING SUPPLY  "Tho House With A Heart"  E. J. Caldwell, Proprietor  Box 97 - Sechelt. B.C.  Phone Sechelt 0859669  L. & H. SWANSON LTD.  Septic Tanks and Drain Flelda  DockhoQ and Front End    .  Loader Work  Screened Cement Grayol  Fill and Road Gravel  "  - Phoi.o885.9666' - - b "  Box 17a �� Sechelt  p-*���"��� "'���' ���* ������'���** ������'����������" ������ -i mm ��� ��� ��� mm mmi���w��  TREE FALLING  TOPPING OR REMOVING  LOWER LIMBS FOR VIEW.  Insured work from Port Mellon  to Pender Harbour  PV SERVICES LTD.  Marvon Voloi. 886-9946  Dlgby Porter 086-9615   ,   ,  I  )  ���1 .  y  ' I  n. ^jV f ���  ..... .*..  I *  .1',  im**msm*w*H*m0wmn0*m**i0mr**+*w*m******��vmn*vrwtm0wmn^^  W*��MW��WIWIW1SII|WHIMWtWWIIIWWWW*l^^  �� DI TO  Xl MA ��&  *7 may be wrong, but Lshall not be so wrong as to fail to say what / believe to belright?  MHHMUMMHIIIIIM  wiuumiiMiiiMwiyiiui  Wednesday, February 23,1966  l,WWMWMIWIWimwMM*IMMIIWIiilM-l...��  John Atkins j  Kmiieklmg The G��Mera Goose  '. THERE if little doubt that without merchants   workers and some office staff.  we would have little progress, few paved To protect his investment, he has to put  roads, street lights or any of the facilities which   in a far longer working week than the average  worker, takes home less and has far more worries to contend with. However, this is his  chosen lot and he no doubt enjoys his work and  the service he provides.  The unfortunate aspect, so difficult to  comprehend, is the attitude that the business  community comprises a bunch of get-rieh-  .quick ru<_gul^_a-ho giv��Lnothing yet take everything. Any talk of further progress or improvements within the district is, only too often,  deplored as being something for the benefit  of the merchants.  What is overlooked is the fact that when  it comes to fund raising, donations, contributions and hand-outs in general, it is always the  merchant who is expected to dip deepest. It  doesn't end here, for the majority of service  clubs are dependent upon businessmen and  merchants for membership, and it costs money  as well as time to belong to organizations devoted to public service.  We owe these people a debt of gratitude  and a little more thought should be given the  service they offer. Without them we should  probably be all still living a rugged existence.  -go to the establishment of a town, city or  village.  Men with foresight and usually limited  capital but lots of enthusiasm, sink their assets  "into a business with the object of establishing  Iboth a living and a service to the public.  ^ Should they prosper, the next move is to expand in order to improve the_-senace_and-ol-  coiirse their income.  In so doing, more staff is necessary,, which  usually takes care of any anticipated increase  in income. To expand invariably necessitates a  bank loan, with the result that our seemingly  wealthy merchant is now faced with larger  ���overheads, increased wage roll and payments  on his bank loan with interest.  It is therefore logical to assume, and indeed this is the general situation, that as the  years go by,; most of the merchants, in a growing community, are little better off than when  they first started. Most of them naturally will  have increased their equity, but in many  cases, actual weekly income is less than that  earned   by   most   factory   employees,   mill-  'And then I said to myself: 'Why be pigghh���buy  George something for spring, too' . . .  ���Specially created for The Tunes b} Graham Harrop  The Reader's Right  i  Reward For Sneeess  Letters to the Editor must carry <_ signature and address, although a  pen-name nuty be used for publication  UNtfNOWN to many on the Peninsula is the  fact that a quarter-^nillion-dollar hotel is  nearing completion at Secret Cove, but a  stone .s throw from the highway,--and destined  <o become a major attraction in the tourist  industry. ��� :     ���  This project, the dreamchild of a Vancouver businessman who realized the need  of such an establishment, will undoubtedly be  but the first of many such enterprises. Naturally it is a commercial undertaking,: hut with  an investment of this magnitude a person is  entitled to anticipate some return. In so doing  the Peninsula as a whole benefits in so much  that we have more to offer our visitors,  a hotel provides employment and an added  facility is available to year-round residents.  It is an odd facet of our society that so  many major projects emerge in our midst as  the result of outside interests and vision. We  have had need of a hotel in Sechelt for years*  yet when one is established, within the not too  distant future, it will be by outside interests,  riot lopal. The fact that a breakwater was to  be constructed in7 Sechelt has been "rejected by  many as political com ving, Outsiders ap-*  preciated the integrity of our M.P. who stated  last year, that ,\ve would, definitelyget the breakwater, and have afready acquired large tracts  of property in the district for future, projects.  These people vvjill fall make profit from  their enterprises and'more power to them, they  have the vision to ! observe a potential, the  courage to invest, whi|e adding considerably to  the economy of the community, in the process.  We do have a small number of business-  men in the district who with limited capita*  have expanded to 'the extent of their ability,  On the other hand there arc those not lacking  in resources but short in foresight, the old  proverb that there is none so blind as he who  docs not wish to sec, ,would seem to be very  applicable. However "it'iis, the prerogative of  everyone to do as he wishes with his own  money. The majn issue is to get away from the  narrow attitude of harbouring doubts and often  hostility tpward individuals and groups who  successfully;investfwithin a district. Without  them we would remain an extremely slow moving community.  Possibly a classic example of this attitude  would be the continued antagonism toward the  Canadian Pacific company which is attacked  from all levels. The fact that it was responsible  for opening up the country and has provided  work for thousands while still remaining solvent, is sadly overlooked.  This then is the price of success but it is  Misunderstanding  Editor, The Times  Sir���There seems to be q  mis-understanding over my letter" to the editor regarding the  litter and mess on \the boulevard near my fence on Trail  Avenue.  I was trying to point out that  bad the lovely Dogwoods been  left   standing   it   would   have  a ridiculous situation. Hum^hati||��%is*such���J*6*1*, a *"cer looking place. It  ^   -        -     ���-    '-'..        '"* ���.**".'--' ~ *   * ^ * WaV in no way intended as a  that we tend to extend sympathy to one who  fails yet reward success with suspicion and  hostility. ���  Minute Messages  "Most people are bothered by  those passages of Scripture they  do not understand; but . . . the  passages that bother me are those  I do understand". ��� Mark Twain  '    . ! i     ,   'i ;'        ' ''  ' >.(>'     ���       ���'.������,.  Published Wcdnc^dny. ai Sechelt  on B,C. $unshlno Const     ,  ���"',���' ,',������      ���   by   f  Sechelt peninsula Times Ltd,  Serylm the area from Tort Mellon to Egrnont  {Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet)  Douglas O, W/icclcr, Editor  ,   >S, B, Mtgard, Publisher,  Subscription Kales;  (in advance) ,  1 Year, $5 - 2 Years, $9 - 3 Years, $13  U.S. and Foreign, $5,50  CONGREGATIONAL FAMltV  HOW long is it since you helped your family to.be  a good family? !  I am talking about the congregational family of  which yoii are a member,,  , I hope that you arc, not one of the many members who stand outside the family find question its  beliefs, its standards and its practice... The place for  you to do this is within the family. That is where it  will do the most good,  ���      ' f  If you are outside,the congregational family of  which you arc a.member, won't you consider again  fJypur obligation to,the othc, members of that family?  They need you In:order.to be a,good and complete  .family;  ' ' '...y< ���   '���, ���'..  t [   ,.,.., .,..  The other member, of your congregational  family will greet you with love and Acceptance���^a.  you are, if they doni't, please do not be offended and  do pot give up. You can help them all the more by  showing your love and acceptance of them���as they  ���arc,.-; '   ;'f ;;. ;       ' '.,    .. ;)\ .',". .f  This love and acceptance arc characteristics Of  the Christian Family, They are characteristics which  are inspired and sustained by the Head of the Family,  Our Lord Jesus Christ.     ; '���''���  ���( ������:-������ , .'I. -, ������,-     ��� ''���'.������        ���Barry , cnks;  rebuke to the operators of the  Shell Station. It docs not concern thern  in the least j  they -  are on Cowrie Street.  Every Sunday last year there  was some young man or other  fixing cars at my back gate-  one even opened my gate, removed two logs from my wood  pile and jacked up the car and  left it, presumably to be called  for. He did not even fasten the  gate and did not return the  wood to the pile cither. One  weekend I had relatives from  Ladner and they had to park  by my neighbour's. However  the cars have disappeared lately. All we have to contend with  are bags of garbage, gum  Wrapper., arid candy wrappers,  which I am now leaving strictly alone. My neighbour was  very good raking this up for  me but since the boulevard Is  no concern of mine, It won't  be done any more, One \vond<  ors .what kind of i people we  have \yho Utter public proper*  for others to clean up,  ALICE  AMELIA   FRENCH  ty  'Fount Far��  * let a smile be your limbrclla  Selfish interests  Editor, Tho Times:  Sir���Your last editorial  "First Thing* First," .�� with  many previous editorials, regarding the question of expanded and consolidated administrative facilities in tlio school district falls, as usual, to rove, I  to the public your underlying  motlyo for continual objection  to this addition In tho referendum. Your motlvo, quite patur*  ally, Is location, and tho subtle  threat of defoqt of tho referendum l>y Sechelt If tho trustees'  change the location from Gibsons to Sechelt, the initial cost  of the proposed building including purchase of la nd,  would te ^  On the matter of location,  the public should be aware of  tbe fact that the board ap^  proved of the location, including the Pender Harbortrustees,  with one negative vote registered from the Sechelt trustee;  Approval of toe prpposed^]Wi|d<'  ing and cost was unanimous.  The trustee, representing the  ratepayers of Sechelt, realized  the need for this building, but  negated his approval because  of location."      ^-"--  The education of the school  popula tion of this district can  be seriously hampered by the  selfish interests of a small:seg.  ment if the public is not aware  of the motive for your objections to Uiis necessary facility.  -LESLIE  JACKSON  .'  Open letter  Editor, The Times  Sir��� Enclosed is  a letter forwarded  to MP Jock Davis, I would appreciate il if yOu could publish  it In The Times under the? column Readers Right, ...���',.  Dear Sir: In a recent copy  of a local paper 1 read with  interest your words'" "should  you follow the party line or  should you turn to your constituents for advice",  Your constituents were not  asked for advice on raising  your salaries and there was  evidently a complete absence  of party line), i,  The mcmlter. oif title ifive  different groups unanimously  \ agreeing in on outstanding record for speed to raise your  salaries nnd hot bo miserly a-  bout it when so doing. Presently wo' find the cost of living  raising to an all timo high.  Despljo this, party lines t or  some other lines prevents tho  raising of the OAP from $75,00  to $100,00 per month, Seeing  that you tho monibora havo  proven that you can get togci  thcr on a  mojor Issue How  a  copy  of  by myself  It was tho noop break and the construction crew    malntnin .hni��"���" ,'T r",vv��    n|mn(  .   i      . T '< ���   -   were-opening ihclrliincirn_llfiM*ri^  unwrapped J Na, dwlcl   pee edTh nn I liKi !"!    ill������^^"J*.H,r0H'i l,,�� f��c     ^"^Uy J������">"��tr��tcd on tho  firllmbl^��Swls^S^ftV&  Ke on hrownl'- W" Rvcry {i"y S*,M   KSi",?? ��n������amy ��W�����>   ��   mcl?��* ^ material, Ru".  uict c on nrovvni completely overlooking the long    fflft "Ntho U.S.A, both boast  "Listen here," said one of the masons, -you've   rftn��c ��dvnataRo of hnving JlT  <*    Iholr  overkll     M<S  m,u|c the same.omplaint every day ���lnce ^ Mar.I    2��J����on��' under onoS?t��S   "enco  surely^SL tr  pre'  ����)ls Job. Why don't you toll your wife to make you  '(51l,m'n��tlns tho maintenance ,f        " '    " "   "    --'���'  *      three. .cpnirnUi units, plus ono  centre In a .private resklcncoi  I   maintain   that,   .hould   tho  tniHtcoN    bo    porsuadod    to  W��ft(.i��a.fc~il��w?i>��r����iisi!aviti)*-i, mji  some other kind of n sinulwieli."  ,   "Wlfel" exclaimed the carpenter, "Who',i ninr-  rlcd? I make them mysolfl"  \;  vontlon of .urthor bulld.up,  ; How about trying your hand  to get nctlcrn on /.aidquostlon,  :���...;..,..���.���....���..�����,..���,Yours truly,   '        dave mm  \ \  ���i... H.V.1'  ��� I'.l1  fi,y\Kv,'P,; c  -.   J.  >���>->���  Wed./Feb. 23; 1966 ;rSe^elr P^insulrTimes  . fgge 5   siUO?eJlf eve^f ^ . .  I f    ,.5  .V  .   '  dian. Mary Lamb sang "TtaV  Around",, ivhich was most, 'appropriate    for,, the *' occasion.   -  ."j.     ��>      u, ,  , ��@!M Il��IHe8. ��1H1IIH ;"'JS^srasa?&52. f. -. ������  _ ing a vigorous game of hasfcrt-*  Jball - somehow , found \ enough '  ��� ' - w ���> ^   l J 'wind to keep the bagpipes wor-'  ELPHINSTONE*Secondary School hosted former srad-   W��g'on a few lively Sestet  . ' nates- at ftfae second Hoitaecomrag held'last Satur-   airs- Three athletic students of/   *  day evening. -     - '        ��� ___.  ,Eiphinstone, .Bruce' Edmunds^  following   a   tour?, of   the inestone  " Alan misoh a& J**? ^ant* '  schbol,'graduates and visitors 1?gstone- ���        ' pies gave a really fine adttbat-J.  ,���      were entertained with'.two bas-~ NEW FEATURE   , ' ic Jsplay which included some  I ,2     ketball games between former-    Making   the   evening   even ��? ^        tr3m ���  f ��Ji  - grads and^ the semor girls and, more enjoyable was ^tfae brief  boys teams. variety" program,   when: Brian       The  evening  concluded with*   _  Grads playing the-girls were Swanson played a selection of the r serving   of   refreshments:  < Mrs. TrudiMcPhee,, Mrs. Pat P<>P"lar melodies on the accor- and dancing in the auditorium. *-  7;   Comeau, m���   martim. ___��,,_������ :: ���.     ������ ���:;r    * ������ ���    .   '    Mrs.' Leslie Bailey 'and Misses '  ATTENTION  '"! Edna Naylor," Shirley Demar-  co, Dianne McDonald, "Cheryl  Stanley and Dawn Armstrong.  "��� Score - was Grads 13," Eiphinstone 17.*  f    . Grads .-really _ walloped .the  senior * hoys" with  a   score  of  Here's how . "���������'  *��uy��  wnu a ��� scorer ox  ELPHINSTONE graduate John West tafcesJhe ball from   ��* *j^^^T*?Z  fe warting grasp of Elphie's PhU Malpa$s;:ta <the:  JSt SZ. k��?Si��-S?  a score of 54-38 m a game-which generated enough-heat   C3.amb.rlaii_,  j*��dt * bSS _  to warm the whole school. ...       _ ._   ... .       ._     . Ken-Sneddon,; and Doug ^Uv- 4  ���      *��       ��� I   llll  PEKS��PML CHEQUING SERVICE  now available at the  MBOnSrCREEIC CREDIT UHWU  Sechelt. B.C.  For Information Phone 885-9551  i 25*hANNUALMEETmG,MAECH25,1966  ' DooiPiu_S~2S Silver Dollots  fea/J unci l/lewd of your bus*  r  leacle  rs  Ch&m Sisw Centre  Box 489 - Sechelt  ' Deafen for P.M. Canadien ����� McCaliocb -  Honcdile - Pioneerand Stihl Chain Saws.  COMPLETE STOCK OF ALL MODELS  Parts and Repair Service  Telephone 885-9626  1 1   men**** servke  j   J     Ywr household furnishings gladly .  I  Lsl fv l ^ 3B?ct^*wd off - By arrangement - calf  i  ! Walk On It!  -] j, -Sleep:Qn.-JIj'  3y arrangement  1- 1.  Sechelr, B.C;���885*2058  Your Peninsula Centre j, j  .   . ..  for Furniture, Appliances |  | jfcfl Q���� :$fi  Soles ond Service ��   |  Kkhler's T.V. & Radio Ltd.   !  i    Sechelt' B.C. Pk______ RAC.Q777 I     !  Phone 885-9777  Shdl lOil; Wsteibiifor  >iM��<.iiw_Ni<iiis��i>��ii��e. m#*0mm*mtmmm  GIBSONS. D.C.  Phono OQ^-2139  mmmmmmmmmmm0*mt*m0nmm^mX  Walsh If!  Clmm WithM  I      FULL RANGE OF APPLIANCES  J   I Phone 8862280  *    | Marine Drive -t-Gibsons. KC  I  -   :  \  PLUMB!  I  I * >  ,       '/  Plumbing and Heating  '    t��? tsa cctor to  V;  t  /',1  k  LIMITED  i^se-isn^mTss  Si/^f ������ ���'���Kow$an��  Sketwin William PjslnSs  i  i  ii  '!  i  i  ��� ii  !!  i  >i  ���'Seclielt    l;'1!'  ott yoqtr Phnw^ J^ ( '    ���  ���J.  i  ������ i   .'��ftemE35-2��S0''  "IW i   1 1 ' ����� win ��� ������! i �����*  l�� '>' ' h *> . I,        '  1'-     \* .) J     . >.  ���. *.    f,.     .*>."...     I|)       l��,  N��    .     "���       .i        .wit l|     ,      .,       ,  >��� Inrt   n___l    H-./-K 1 MV..>'���<>��� *UW����.i��n. . .1. ..���.Ltmwiii. i.i_���>��� ��^mww<��m����mm������m<_i_*wi��m��wi  ,. t   > , ,f��0 ,,onoir,neef ',1 Ms >>   i��� 7,;,   ^'.vj-     ;..�����,i'>.'. .   ���, ��� t.��, f, ��� ���  ��� ��� .   '���'Wj^'i'm^sfe.' 0I|   "'" ��� ,''"1   ���'   "['��� 4''' "      '.  �����'   '   "'''���"4'  ��i�� ..Mtnl. 1 ,. ,  1    I     .   ,     �����   ,'  '   n  '       1 '  it i  ?#l|PrUIICS     OnQ   'I' ',���' '    '��,' 1   '���1 ���'''���!���(' ������-���'���'ii"r"'jf,ii|.i^Tf|-. �� ���<iiTr^r��^'r-(i,5  (    t   . 1 1 * t *       *   J I i  '1  Benner Bros.  11  'FUEtftrcusfE' mn 'y mmr  STORE'  SECHELT  Phone B85-2050  "Sv,  ^*}mt0t0f\  ��� > 11H IW���  :-A#&ag|/��>��80ta_. or 4W'--<~'.W,-^e88I*,to-? >  ^��te����^li!!r|^', 'Soo>i tt*'' ffls^'vffor-^s^l "yoter, :;���  i��>.t.*  1 *   ', IT".,'"   1���i-. ���1-.     '   ,-- ��� ---    ^--ttt--^      1,   ;     i, ,(  I* iM ��*tti.    I.***     i     .     . ^  1 >l "     v.   ' '     ( .   ' I    . '       . . .'   1.       *l I" i��   '    '  ���  \        " 1     ii ' 1 i( 'I   \   ' j v   H. ' , * t  ���   '''"SfRJllJpe-���;:.'  ";   ' '  Gibsons, 0,C. �� Phono 806-9941  ! f ���    i ���  *..,  1 c.  , i"'  i   i  f    f  &m**mmmmm*tmiBmmmmmmmm,#*wmmMtm0^mmmmmmmmmlmmmtm  Gatf'Building Supplies  Phono 885-2283 Sechelt. B.C.  1 ,   fimmmmmmmMmmmmmmmMmmmmmmi*mmm*mm4��mmmmfmM*MMmmM  tli  f '<J. 'AWvrnJJ,  Ml  y i  i���rv*?^ "X**! "*"* -**" v Tjs- ���*��� w"* i.  page 6     Sechelt Pcnimulo Time*     Wed.. Feb. 23. 1966  5fth anniversary * *  __W��P��>WM��>��WWMW>IIW _____W��MHWMW^WM��WfcMWW��%^f��^WWWW^IW*W  .  Brownies  SECOND Sechelt Brownie Pack proudly take part in the church parade, one of  many similar parades being held across Canada.  ����  7>i   >^"    ��_       I  uLl  .       -ri���4-.      j i^ri!<|��-*-^fe-^->.fc9   11~$<.  If ��"�� '*^V?  "ii ~ i->iiwhit'j ii hiti*ii��� M ���  "xfr '  i*S,r'' Jit  *,"  1W  .aari-.ui  Cubs  CUBS OF the Sechelt and Wilson Creek packs take part in the 25th observance of  Boy Scout Week in Canada led by Cubmaster Ed Le Warne.  �����     7  /I  *,'jf#..*.Wi.'W  wMht��te^!ais��i*>W^��fl*Mii**)tiMWfrf  i^WT.  Boy Scout Week   ���  DISTRICT Commissioners,  Harriet Newton  and  Phil  Lawrence  le^d  the  very  impressive  column of  guides, brownies/ scouts and1 cubs during last Sunday's church parade which celebrated the birthday of  Lord Baden-J'owcU, founder of the Scouting Movement.  Guid^Scouts observe Feb. 22  : brfltlhg, tho 25th eonscquUvo  observance of Boy Scoiit Week.  This  special  week ' was \ orlgl-  mmmg m m  BOY SCOUT Week, February 20-27, will not vJy mark  the 58th anniversary of the Scout movement, .but  will ushei; in a new era for Scouting in Cana^i- ��� .  The more than 320,000 Cana-   dian Wolf Cuhs, Boy Scouts,  Venturers, Rovers and Scout  leaders from coast to coast will  see changes in many things  from organization to activities  during the next few years. .  By the time tbe Centennial is  over, Scouting in Canada will  ~be well on its way toward-!!-  new look combining the best  of past traditions with all the  freshness of the future.  Even tbe Scout's image is  due for a face-lift. Small boys  in short pants selling apples  and helping little old ladies  across the street will be a faded memory in 1966 and beyond. In their places will be  boys "Fit for Service" in a  space-age society . . . boys  more keenly aware of the problems facing the communities ,n  which they live.  All of this will come about  through new programs now being studied by the Boy Scouts  of Canada and involving nearly every phase of Scouting from  national management methods  to patrol procedures.  The Wolf Cubs, who are celebrating their 50th anniversary  this year, have already revised  two vital .areas. ojE^ their a^yi-  ties, including the fmtirodtiction  of a new proficiency badge  scheme in 1965 and a five-star  scheme last month.  Hie fiv��-star scheme, which  replaces the previous two-star  system, was designed to provide more interest for the older Cub,"'yet' attractf"new" recruits at all levels in the eight-  ten-year Cub age range, by introducing more challenge to the  Wolf Cub program. By assigning each star an equal rank,  it will also eliminate the need  for a boy to progress, step by  step, through the. Cub program  and should therefore attract  more recruits at all ages.  Perhaps tbe mo. exciting  changes in scouting will come  about in the Boy Sent section.  A new program currently being  tested in the Pg*erhornugh  area will eventually affect  Scout ages, badg i, patrol  sizes, activities, and leadership  and training techno ites.    r    ���  If this pilot project proves  successful, the new Jcout program should be fully approved  for general adoption throughout  the country by fall, 1967. It will  mean the end of strict adherence to a pre-set program beginning of more "boy-centred**  activities. Boys will have more  opportunity to per. u. interests  of their own���within the overall*  Scout program���ha .e closer  linking with the community,  and be encouraged to make  greater use of outside resources, groups and individuals. For example, Scouts will  take SL John Ambulance firs>t  aid courses. Red Cross Swimming courses, and Royal life-  saving Society lifesaving courses.  Sechelt  Beauty Salon  Mr.  Qmer Lepitre  Now In The ,  Richter Block  Cutting and Styling  ,.,. Tuesday to, Saturday 9-5 -.-.���  Phone 885-9525  Banquet  GUIDES of Ihe 1st Sechelt Co, waited on the tables for the Wilson Creek Father-  f and-Son Banquet. Marilyn West keeps an eye on young brother Barry while Mr.  Gilbert McNutt has a fatherly chat with son Phillip, Caterers for the evening were  Mrs. Peggy West, Mrs. Phyllis Pearson, Mrs. Phyllis Carnie and Mrs, Nonnie Rath-  bone.  i       i',    /' y $    t\ i     y r  �� , ^tf'      ,' \   y.< ]  'l  'v- '��., >. r���    ,    * .    .  IT'S COMING  TO SECHELT  nated In 1042, coinmomonilinR  tho  flr.t   nnnlver. n.y   of   the  -death of tho founder of'.cout-  ins,-Lord Bflden Powell of Gil-  WCH, ..:r...,^..,.W.,���.,���>,  For fiome year,  prior 'to ��� 1042  fnthcr-nrid-son b n n q u o t n on  Feb. 22, the blrthdny of the  , founder, and to hold church  parades on tho ��e. rest Sunday  to that dnto,  Alflo on tho 22nd,  the fiW  Guide    movement    throuftMit.  'tho'"'world "^observe.    TliinKlng  Pny7 which . IrenfiCf. the guldo  Ideal   of  lnlcrnntlorinl   friend-  itnW* f; "A i   ,   * IM ' \ I        > ' t ,. f  ship. i  Sechelt guide and scout movement commenced tho week by  holding a church parade, the  service being held in the Legion  Hnll with minister!, from tho  Roman Catholic, United, Anglican and Bnptlfit churcho. officiating,  ,��.Oit_.Monday,-,tho*guldoa-,_nd-  brownie, hold their mothcr-  nnd-dnughtcr banquet. Later in  tho wool, tho RobortH Creek  . coutH and cubfi will bo holding  their f. thcr-.nd-son banquet.  On Saturday, 20th, from 2 p.m.  there will bo �� hobby .how _t  the Karl Ilalg Cnmp, Itoberls  Creeli uind , on _ Sunday, 27th,  there will bo a cluu'ch parade  at St. Aidan'H Church,  I'  WM��iH *b��^!^^t-��(l!l!��fl^#B��(i!i*ilJ���� -.*<  iVl *��� .  t *,iv *"*     -^ W "   . - l  *     f>,J    .    > "   ^       *���     p^ "   ,/   >    s  >    ' j T     " lJi?[^.-v_  ����� i  |t* - ���^-N"1."/!'.'' **.     "  .^      v  4-       ,.-* j.  r*      .     l*��t     *  t     ^       "1*  TT  ; Feb. 23, 1966 -   Sechelt Peninsula Time$y   Page 7  Junior soccer  league standings  DIVISION 6  P W  Sechelt R��� __ 14 13  Gibsons C _._. 14 9  R. C. Tigers   14 8  M P Rangers 14    1  Gibsons L.  . 14 12  L TPts.  1 0  26  4 1   19  5 1   17  -  11   2   4     >  2 2    2  ' ' Victory smiles  SECHELT' Residential Division 6 soccer team won the  final game in the soccer ��� playoff held at Hackett  Park last Saturday, and will'meet Powell River sometime in March. This game will also be in Sechelt. Scoring in the 3-0 victory over Gibsons Canfor were players  Jacky Timothy, John Dick and Gary Timothy.  DIVISION 4  P W L T Pts.  Sechelt R.  ..  14 12 2 0 22  Gibsons U.  , 14 12 2 0 22  R C Wand. .14 6 8 0 12  Sechelt L. __ 14 4 10 0 8  M P-Kickers 14 1 13 0 2  Revamp by-laws  warns Drummond  COMM. Jim Drummond has  ���advised council of Gibsons  the time has-come for revamping the building bylaw. Among  a number' of" suggestions" he  offered for consideration were:  Eiphinstone Hi Notes  im,   .    Ml I. ��� ---. ���_-__l_-l II -..���-_...   ���������.i - ���������Li    ������    I  M ���      I        ���       I.       ������   I-.     ��� -HI-     ��� ..__��� ���   -    ������!������. I     .1.1        , ���   I*  ���by Pat Gooding  ELPHINSTONE'S Red Cross Club is planning great  things this term. Their spring project will be buying  a glass eye for a little boy who lost an eye in an accident. Another project to keep members busy is the  Canadian Youth Red Cross Centennial Project for B.C.  This project concerns the im  provement of relations with Indian schools in isolated areas,  and will be started on the elementary school leveL It is  hoped that with the assistance  and , encouragement of -��� high  school and Red Cross; clubs,  elementary schools throughout  the province will be_ able to  communicate with  an equiva-  ganization is happily coming to  life again. Members of GINC  believe in natural living, so  anyone who can bare to join  is welcome.  , - Usually parents who are due1  ky in the kind, of children they*  have,   have  children  who  are  regulations   regarding   floor    lent Indian school, thus  each    lu(*y  in tte ^d of  parents  area,   trailer   regulations,   re-    learning    and    understanding    they have.   more about the different views I  of living.  consideration of the 25 feet  b. ck from property line minimum, completion of building  dates, no more A-frame homes  in the village, control on boat  houses, parking and stricter  control on commercial buildings.  UBC CONFERENCE  Vicki-Lee Franske and Phil  Malpass enjoyed their weekend  at UBC. They will now report  what they have learned to the  what's  life like  in the  .That  commissioner  also  ad-;_  rest of the seniors planning to  vised that in the event of the    ��ttend, university next fall,  establishment    of    a    boating    BASKETBALL  marina, consideration should  be given means of curtailing  noise resulting from outboard  motors, etc.  Commenting on parking,  Comm, Fred Feeney said he  felt something should be done  regarding people who work in  stores yet leave their cars  parked all day on the Seaside  Plaza parking area. Clerk  Charles Gooding explained it  will be necessary to bring in  the parking bylaw.  Top scorers for the last basketball games were John Gibson, 10 points and Rick Gibb,  10 points, Scores for the senior  boys' game were, Max Cameron 70, Eiphinstone 37. In the  Junior Boys' game the ' score  was Brooks 40 and Eiphinstone  35.  GINC  GINCs have nothing on ut  present. However, now that the  weather is improving this or-  *M.u*tft��t^,*imArtit jpMj>i**i*f!f *H*!te I  PIONEER  MEDALLIONS  Tho Sechelt Centennial Committee wishes to  contact pioneers in tho district for the purpose of,  listing those eligible for receiving the special commemorative medallion in 1967.  For tho purposo of tho award, a pioneer shall  bo any person who was either born in Canada or  .a.*rosidont��^of*Cahada'*prior-.4o-Janua>y--1r*1892,��  N.B.���It is not necessary that such a person1  shall.have had continuous residence In Canada  since that date but must he a resident of British!.  Columbia NOW.  Please contact Mrs. S_ Dawe,  P.O. Bo* 121, or phone 885-9537  . i  SECHELT THEATRE  ^ T V phone 885-9962  .* > ' , _     , ,  .-v. ->* *��� ��� .: ^4. ;:.*,. :- * ' .  Last Week In Vancouver  This Week af Sechelt  ffi  TO ANOTHER GREAT PRODUCTION  TOUGH? YE&  FOR ANYBODY? NO.  GOOD PAY? YES.  ORDINARY JOB? NO.  FINE CAREER? YES.  A caroor In tho Royal Canadian  Mounted Police is no picnic  Noithor Is It arlm. You llko It���or  you don't.Thoro's no ln��botwoon.  Tho force selects young men who  monsuro up to Its standards���and  offers thoso mon a llfo that's  rewarding and satisfying, a caroor  thoy'ro proud to pursue. If you  llko tho out of tho ordinary, If you  have a baslo rospoct for law and  ordor, if you llko pooplo, If you  llko working with othor mon as a   ,  team, If you aro soIf-rellant, if you  llko looming now things, if you  lovo Canada and all our country  fitanda for���yoM may mnka tho  :*gr��do with tho RiC.M.Pi Why not*t  find out? ,,;  1 .iiiiMiiuriimffafftiiiiHiijiiiiiiiiirwuiiiiiiiiu mum  Aak at your nonroot R.CM.P.  office or wrlto.to; '  ��� Tha Comtnlaalonor  Itaynl Canadian  Mounted Police  Ottawa 7,,  'Ontario  Friday, Saturday, Monday, February 25, 26, 28  Frank Sinatra, Clint Walker. Tommy Sands  NONE BUT THE BRAVE  Technicolor, Cinemascope ��� Cartoon & Single  Out 10:00 p.m.  Hie Theatre on the Waterfront  Smoking Section���All New Seats Available  Say You Saw It In 'The Times'  West Sechelt Waterworks District  BY LAW No. 16  A By-law for fixing, the tolls and other  charges payable to the District and the  terms of payment thereof, and for providing for a percentage addition to encourage prompt payment thereof.  ;  The Trustees of West .Sechelt WalWworks District ENACT  AS FOLLOWS:    1. The following* tolls are fixed and made payable' to the  District by all owners and occupants of premises in the  District to which water is delivered or made available from  the works controlled by the said District:  (a) In respect of each single residential dwelling on one  parcel of land, a monthly charge of $6155.  (b) In respect of every other residential dwelling on the  same parcel of land, occupied completely and separately, a monthly charge of _ 1 $6.55.  (c) In respect to a multi-dwelling (apartment or motel),  provided that all tenants share one common service  connection, a monthly charge of $6.55.  for the suite occupied by the owner or caretaker, and  for each additional suite therein, a monthly charge  of : $4.75  (d) In respect to each licenced premises (Beer parlor), a  monthly charge of ". $21,00.  (e) In respect to each summer cottage (six months minimum charge), a monthly charge of $6.55.  (f) In respect to a Sorority Camp, there shall be a charge,  during the period of occupuncy, of $1.00 per person'  per month.  2.  Tho aforesaid monthly tolls shall be billed quarterly in  advance commencing on January 1st, and shall bo payable  on the 10th day of January, April, July and October in  each year, Every owner or agent of the owner, who falls to  pay the said tolls on or before the duo date shall have a  percentage addition of 10 per centum of tho tolls added  thereto.  3, Failure on the part of any person to pay the water tolls  set out in Clause 1 within one month of tho duo date shall  entitle the Secretary of tho Trustees or any person acting  for: him to shut off the supply of water to such person and  to tho promises occupied by him. A charge of $5.00 plus  arrears shall be paid on application for re-connection when  Water has been shut off for non-payment of tolls.  4. There shall bo payable to the District by every owner or  ���occupant of prcmlscrnchargo of $5,00 when tho said owner'  or occupant requests to bo furnished with water after tho  Water supply to tho .aid premises has been shut off for  any reason.  5. This by-law may be cited as the "Toll By-law, 1.66."  ., ���    ���    s . .  EVA K. HAYWARD,  Secretary,of the Trustees  mm  --iM"  K        :    I  ''I  f.     ,-HJ {li>  _v -r.   *��*-.��.  . J'-' ��U ^w-? r,svv��;v*��*^.i .irf,���',..  t   . -ti A'f.  Page 8     Sechelt Peninsula Times     Wed., Feb. 23, 1966  Gibsons council ...  Pender Soars!  ,"���    Tbttrisi bodih  ^A^-vf^Ma'./fort'bbat' show  V  >rt report warns  improvements required  "'COUNCILS of Gibsons and Sechelt have signed jointly  '       to Durchase a portion of a lot adjacent to the muni-    many, celebrities in, the school,   recently   become . engaged'  to  "cipai airport for the sum of $600 from Jackson Bros.    Altogether there was quite a , Lance Larson of Egrnont. .  '  THE VALENTINE Dance, was held on Friday, February  SPORTS and boat show to be  11. Ttoe-StadentsV.Cdoncik decorated, thergym and      held in the show mart build?  it was well done. They^bad. a big:^paper heart near the  entrance and everyone^signed their names as'they came  in-    \     / ���    ;    v _   ; ' : ;\ <' * -, >  We didn't know we _ had "that > started in our school. She, has  ing. at the PINE, grounds March  . 11 to 20 will include two booth $  operated by Region B of the  B.C.   Tourist -Association, and  Logging Co. Ltd. ,  .Signing of plans and deeds by  representatives of each counqil  finalizes negotiations which  .have been. underway for some  months* and permits straightening of the airport boundaries.  Reporting on recent meetings  ^g���^se^-a-^j^-o-r-t-^committee^  h  Comm. Jim Drummond said  certain clearing was needed in  .order to carry out proposed  changes in location of buildings etc. This would be subject to approval of the DOT.  Asked the possibility of a  commercial airline making  i stops, he said he thought that  with the purchase of additional  (property permitting runway ex-  Itension,; -an inline- company  jwould ^ObShiy establish a  "stop.  SIDEWALKS ' ~  -Comm. Fred- Feeney stated  the controversy involving con-  struction appeared to have subsided. Most - Of the problems  l^(_��rned the Ken Wats^ffood *  store, however, work was being  carried out to a lane at the  *ear ef the property which  would spermit delivery, thus removing some congestion at the  f,.Iront................,.:��.���,.,...,,^. ...,...,_., ,..,���,. .._���,,  ANGLE  PARKING  Previous suggestion by Mr.  Bwart McMynn regarding angle  parking, was given due study  fey Comm. Feeney who recommended this type of pairing be  instituted at 4he Seaside Plaza  and in the area between the  bakery and the detaining���,..wall  at the Dixon building: This  would exclude a Iras stop awKi.  PROPERTY PURCHASE  ; Two * properties have now  been-purchased for <utore viL  Lot 7pBlocks D; Hriand���; J, ^District Lot 685, Plan J714. from.  John Hugh Cochrane for the .  price4 ot $2,000, and Lot B of  lot 7," IBdcfcs D, Hand-J, District _Lot< 686; 'Plan 3971, from  the Roberts Creek Credit Union :  fEM: the sum of $5,684.47.  STOP SIGNS  Change of stop signs on Gower Point Road at the junction of  Dougal and Gower Point Road  was agreed to on the suggestion ;ef" Comtnr Feeney, who  explained' that fflSbh" change  would permit -free-flow - of traffic from > Dougal to Gower  Point Road and from South  Fletcher to Qwer 'Point -Road.  MARINE SURVEY'  - , Prevhras Teeniest "for tnforma-  tion on Trrarine facilities _n the  awea  by N,D. Lea  and Asso  ciates, presently carrying out  a survey on the Sunshine  Coast, brought forth a request  that members of council meet  with representatives of the  company.  Meeting is set for this week  and    on    the    suggestion    of  -Conurw-Ma cKay it was-agreecL  to invite Mr. Walt Nygren to  attend on behalf of the chamber of Commerce.  PROGRESS PAYMENT  Progress report by Imperial  Paving called for a payment  of $4,168'up to Jan. 31. Consulting Engineer Martin J. Dayton  ���recommended this sum be reduced to $2,167, stating he felt  this was sufficient for the  ���amount of work completed to  that date.  Council so moved the company be paid the recommended'  amount  good turn-out and the dance  was a success. The Dance Club  raffled a stuffed dog at tbe  dance, providing' a profit of  about $21.00. Mrs. Wray1 - of  Irvines Landing was the' lucky  winner.     '  Tbe Grade lis are frantically running around ' asking  the grads what their likes and^  "dislikes are for the annual.  The annual staff is really starting to work now that.the kit  has arrived from the company.  On Sunday, Feb. 13 the group  had a bottle drive which was  quite successful.  TEEN-OP-THE-WEEK  We have decided to start the  Teen-of-the-Week again and we  have elected Carolyn Gough as  our first candidate. She is in  Grade 12 and is the class representative. Carolyn is one of  our honor students. She has  been  popular   ever  since   she  shared-by the, Sunshine (Coast  Tourist Association. f' > '  ���    . . .,_     , President   of   the s > Sunshine  -Our sincere wjsbes for your  , Coast gj.ouPt Len Larson, asks  happiness, Carolyn. k f      ior. 35mm^cblor slides of the  Former residents  diamond wedding  CELEBRATING their diamond  wedding anniversary on'Mon*  .day, February 28 are Mr. and  -Mrs.���William���Elliott���forme  Wilson Creek notes  ���By Mobel Wagman  Rick Peters, who upon entering the back yard, glanced up  and saw the animal about 100  feet away. The cougar quickly  disappeared into the" under-���  brush.  SQUARE DANCING  A reminder to all square dan*  cers���there' is square dancing  classes every . Monday -"night  starting at -8****do*l. sharp. "_ -  "Glad to hear Mr. Harold Roberts has been released from  hospital and has returned to  Desert Hot Springs for% two  months. Before leaving Mrs.  Roberts - recently visited Mrs.'  V. Boggust of..Wilson Creek.  COFFEE party���At noon-time  Friday, -February 25th, 10-1  p.m., a coffee party will be  held* for anyone who wishes to  drop in for a fresh cup of coffee and a lunch snack.  BARN DANCE  A barn dance will be held  at the Wilson Creek Community Hall, February 26, 9 p.m.  until ?. Admission 50c 'Live  music' with new talent included in the orchestra will help  to get you into that old time  feeling.  COUGAR  SPOTTED  A-cougar, recently spotted in  the-Wilson Creek area-by Mr.  residents of West Sechelt.  _ Now living at- 5753 Beatrice  Street, Vancouver, \ B.C., Mr.  and Mrs., Elliott were married  60 years ago in Cranleigh, Surrey, England, coming to Vancouver in 1912.  They moved to West Sechelt  in 1943 residing at "The  Maples" for 13 years before returning to Vancouver in 1956.  Mr. and Mrs. Elliott have  one son, William of New Westminster; two daughters,. Mrs.  C. McMillan and Miss Ida of  Vancouver. One gr.and.son  Douglas in'Vancouver and one  granddaughter Mrs. T. Collins  of Lynwood, Wash., U.S.A.;  - also five great grandchildren in  Lynwood.  Mr. and Mrs. Elliott will be  greeting friends at their Vancouver home on this very special occasion.  Peninsula^ particularly- of popular landmarks and points of interest. These will be used in a  ' carousel to be on display in tbe  booths, while a member of the  SC Tourist Association will be  available throughout the dura*  ;ion-of-the-show_ta_dlstribute_  brochures, literature and information of the area.  Reporting, on a visit last  week to a meeting in Vancouver of the Pacific Salmon Society, Mr. Larson said good  progress had been made toward the cause of conservation  and pollution control.  NEED A  NEW or USED  TRY  Peninsula  Motor Prod.  SECHELT, B.C.  ��h. -885-2111  - Ted Farewell  Sechelt Bowling Alleys  ���:  ��� ��� _ ._ ..������ _  ..  .  ��� 1 _Mr- .   .   I       . .  . t  -^-%y Eve Moscrip  FRANK Nevens cracked 800 to lead the bowlers with  819 (331, 282). Norma Branca (Sechelt Commercial)  and Pat Witt (Sports Club) tied for' top honors, each  rolling 694  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  IftAVE WAM  mmmmmmmummmimm  Powell River visited W Sunday. Aggregate scores: Sechelt, 23473; Powell River,  33111; Individual: Ladies Hi-  Six, JLil MoCourt >(Sechelt),  hi-smgle, EUie Lynn 316; men,  Jack Cochrane, 1544 and Jim  Massrtlo 376.  LEAGUE SCORES  Buckskins: Phil Joe 660  .240), Ted Joe 274, Dorecn Joe  220.  '  \ '  "'i^  \'  ii'  (I'  1.1  <'���'.  _. 4 VvJl*n**f. t  r.    �� i  Vf  wiresB or wj uxyBitutna prcwiiiyottTPcnn  ���yroikik^;'i^t^otM\%Bp^ to your  regular income? Quite likely it would  'Otop, w.^  5aatuld.faaflgig^ifeoicct.itMiiitis_| Ih&tte t^uai  _yim^l)0 ^gl^^^j^  Infomialion  ,*___����",".. Jr��.��u.  Dom. 301  v SECfffLT.  TM.  prf an "p.-IkirfcWhww:  Ladies: Joan' Janiewlck"1^27,,'  Rose Rodway 255. l      .:  Ladies Matinee: .Jean Eldrcd  675, Bbie JohOBOD 2C9.    >  Pender:> Dennis Gamble -733  (298), ��are PlekaW 711/^ert  Gooldrup 333, -Evelyn -Harrison  604 (28T./ Will Harrison"278.  Sechelt' Commercial: /Frank  Ncvcni ' 819   (331,   282),   Mfctt '  Jaeger 280, Eileen. Evans .255. "  Norma 'Branc.a  694, Lawrence  Crucil 767, Butch Ono" 286, Sam'  MacKcnzle    766    (3C3),    Dick  Clayton 709, Sonny 'Seotftar"276,  Joan Cwnrfngbam ' 209,''' Denrte y  Gamble 276. . \,' ���* *'���  Sports {_Wb; Tat ^ritt;im  (M5), Jay -EMred "Ml' {myl '  flail ��nd Chalnr ;Edna PWh-  er 622,' MHce- Srtmmnmif'Way -  Hutton 275, BortuJy, ��}n��:'�������.,.  eenior. ;!l'jUa^V-MB��wtwJet,'W^' .  (233>, JEorl John4t?l) Xfli. Jt'^., .  lenc JolnwW.JgOf^^'Vf'.vU'r' -  Jttnidrs:'   ��U��4��f f yS6tsMsipo,'  231   (120),, JBobtys, MviM ;  '��� i1 ���." '"���'   ������" ',   ". . ..��������� ������-���������-*������ u <�����' i"  :��� Thb'free,reminder -of coming events w a service o.  SECHEtT AGENCIES LTD. Phone Sechelt Peninsula  [Times direct for -free listings, specifying ''Date Pad".  Please note thot space is limited arid some advance dates  may have'to wait their.tum; also thot this i$ a "reminder"  listing only and cannot always carry full details  Feb. 24���8:00 p.m. Roberts Creek Community Hall.  Unitarian Fellowship, Public Meeting. Speaker, Mr.  Ted Poole.  Feb. 25���2:00 p.m. St. John's United Church, Wilson.  Creek. World Day of  Prayer, Speciol Service.  Feb. 26���9:00 p.m.-? Wilson Creek Community Hall.  Barn Dance. ^  Feb. 26���10 a.m.-2 p.m. Roberts Creek Free School���  Bottle Drive.  Feb. 26���8:00 p.m. Sechelt Legion Hall. Lions Club  Fashion Show & Dance.  Feb..29���8:00 p,m. Eiphinstone Secondary School, Panel  Discussion on Homework.  Feb. 28���8:00 p:m. Niirses Lounge. St. Mory's Hospital.  Sunshine Coast Chapter Registered Nursos Associa-  . ttofr,' B,C* Reguter meeting & election of Officers.  HALFMOON-A/VATERFRONT  3 Uooms-Fiimislied  .   Ml.Vxke $7,500       .  Z  SECUELff AGEN0ESITD.  HEALTH ond INSURANCE  Phono 005-2161  ���Rtibmt.l**  *mm*  ttmm*m  JXiLU.  'J''-rf ,   7->  n  Everyoneyis, cordially:4wft&d to attend th��  JbmBAwfg February 24fh, 1966 -8 pm  Subject of programme .    -  THE FORCES OF CHANGE  SPEAKER���MR. TED POOLE  (.,.  (   4  *  .  �� rJit. lAt.^V.i���". .. *wm (.   -.*  n  'ft tHH*  I'   I, 1 *���   '.  r  EgrrtbriiEye  <���    J ,*;" - r_ .**".,���        V ^-ty John, .Dunlop Irene ��� Griffith and* several oth-  :SLOW,DRIVERS or rieW,highway?-^So"Powell River fL^SSl 'SS^ SftJS"  1 ^/drivers are complarniiig about being'delayed, when J*J ^i^   M  Ravelling between femes^ SLOW-MOVING Peninsula .gg\ of^ontinu^sidenc^  .dnvers on Highway 101t This,, according to an article in j^Egmont should prove some-  cthe Powell River press.         -  .  Mrs. Eileen Griffith, and, Mrs. yf^ Feb. 23, \966 %   Sechelt Peninsula Times     Page 9  ��    Katy' Phillips,; two v daughters-     ��� ; ��� 7- -  in-law. Mrs: Pat Vaughan and     -       * .-",     <r .     i���   .!������_ -���/,,,-'  - Mrs; Dorothy 'Vaughan, vUA W*^"32^ ��� ^�����Z1" * *  * You are'putting'the blame in  ���the-wrong place and on the  -wSrong  people,  feJlows.-' .Even  'Plying.-PhilV himself could, not  ���make good time on the .stretch  \ thing or other about our claim  one  and  only  radio-phone in,  to being the Peninsula's"finest  the 'district for some time re-   location.    "v  suited, in Cy having to phone      Egrnont PTA, members  are  in his weekly orders from our   bounds for punishment, as the  store.-/This "didn't bother Mm   spying   goes.  ��� Three, Griffith  when she snd Jack were "snow--  ed in-during their,holiday trip  to Vancouver.? -\  _ The - Egrnont Community -  Club's Valentine tea, the first  of the season, was very successful, both in attendance and  in tiie fact that the gals bad  an enjoyable afternoon , and"  plenty- to eat Janet Nukka won  the-guessing contest, Mrs.  George Vaughan the raffle and  ibetween-Eari\/Cove and Sech- _in the least, and we certainly   housewives, Eileen, Irene and    Mary West the door prize. Mrs.  "elt,:despite his. reputation as   made it no-concern of ours..   pauiine together with Mrs. Dot    Elsie Healey, who1 was an ac-  '��..._"   rJt.tU'n. rtnr-*ac?t    <I<_ItrAwe    iiv      Th<Un   nnor   trt   mi*   hnnca.   tnr 'a       ��. _  _ _��. _ _ .   _.- .. n.     . *4..��     *.<.m*v....<:4.r    Ima>4!im    mhon  one of the fastest drivers in Then over to our bouse for a vaughan and Mrs. Mary West,  "the_Province .>It just can't be^ cup< of "coffee, "sometimes a after-attending their own after-  done" under,,present road.con- beer,-a,"quick-yak about local ^noon YTK meeting in Egrnont  ditioris, and with more traffic business conditions , and Cy on February 15th were also vis-  and heavier freight movement would take off across, the In- |tots at the evening meeting of  in .the future, through-traffic let- Sure, wejvere competitors the Pender. Hathfinr-grmip-Qn^  -waibe-furtherstymiedrlnstead���^nd outr~fcrr alTTBenbusmess 0r two of the" gals who shall  of crying about our slow dri-   we could get, but the almighty  dollar had not reached the  stage of spoiling a good friendship, a trend which seems to  be more prevalent in today's  business world.  vers and the need for alterations to the present strip of  black-top, you should be demanding a new �� direct route  from the ferry-terminal*down  to Sechelt.  You, in the greater Powell  Bivef area, have the weight1 of  population and big industry behind you, A concerted . effort  on your part to have a modern, safe and much shorter  highway built would have much  more effect than the' complaints of individual drivers.  SECHELT VISIT  Ran into Frank Parker in a  coffee bar recently while Lily  and I were enjoying some delicious and tasty clam-chowder,  a treat that we seldom miss,;,  ���\vben in Sechelt.  Frank and Norm Watson,  his partner-in the Tyee-Bait  operation, are among the many  Vancouverites who forsook the  Wg-city madhouse in favour of  a more enjoyable life on the  Sunshine Coast. A move that  few ofj��s regret.  I first met Frank in the mid-  die IWOs when he came to the .  Yanfieuver Jce and Cold Star,  age as a refrigeration engineer. He later left our company  to Operate a very successful  business of his own in thie city  arid, of course, since he and  .Storm .first opened the Sechelt  Lockers we have met on many  occasions.  Norm._: Watson, who at that  time owned and operated his  own butcher-shop and stored  meat with our Company in  those big-city days, was also  well known to me as a progressive young business-man. When,  he arid Frank teamed up and  opened their Sechelt business  they formed a .combination that  was bound to go ahead and be  an? asset to :their community.  From all appearances this has  ..be'e'iifthe." case.-f.   '.' v..' . a ..  EGMONT EYEDROPS  Revisiting their old stamping ground this week were El->  sie and Cy Healey who formerly owned and operated Egrnont Trading Co., the store and  BA marine service on the north  shore of the Inlet, After somo  eight or so years of operation  they sold the business to Joo  Graf and his parents who carried \on until, the disastrous  fire of a few years back.  Cy and Elsie arc now located  In Deep Bay on Vnncouver Island where they have operated  a flsh-buylng camp And small  store service for the past few  seasons, Over n cup of coffee  wo recalled tho days, some ten  or more years ago, when tho  Ho.leys and the Punlops operated the two stores In this  area, Real business rivals but  always good friend., ready to  ,. _ help,otic. anothor~whoh-occasion-  aro.10.  In those days wo had only  one boat delivery each weekend, occasionally, ono of us  '��� ���would run short of some need-  ed commodity. Canned milk,  flour, coffoo; bread and cigarettes would often change hands  either at coat or to bo replaced when tho next freight ship,  ment was received, Having tho  Congratulations to Mrs. Geo.  Vaughan who celebrated her  84th birthday on February 15.  Mrs. Vaughan's birthday was  highlighted by the afternoon appearance   of   two   daughters,  be nameless, report that snow  was falling near the High  School. Snow? And on a mild,  clear night? Pretty strong tea  they must serve at Pender  Harbour PTA meetings.  (Making Christmas visits was-  Helen Bathgate's reafcon for  her recent trip to the big city..  Sounded silly, in tbe middle of  February, and I thought that  she was 'putting me on' until  she explained that the heavy ���  tive community booster when  residing in Egrnont, was present and renewed acquaintance  with many of her former  friends.  ���,Tlittte-bir<niasT5rd~me that-  Caroline Gough and Lance  Larson have succumbed to that  common ailment which seems  to attack most young' people  in their late teens or early  twenties. Yes, Caroline and  Lance have announced their  engagement, Best wishes to  both of them, and a word to  Lance in particular. Better  smarten up on your reply to  'the toast to the bride' young  fellow, that is one toast that  you must reply to yourself.  Drilling project rv  ���from page h*jr  connection had been made to  the, motel. j    -  . Village council was advised  by the B.C. Rural Municipalities .Association legal advisor  that an illegal connection had  been made , and ' that village  was not obliged to supply water to the unit.  Motel "operator Norm Procknow told The Times later, he  was disgusted with the attitude  of council which he alleges has  turned a blind eye to other unofficial connections in the same  area. "What is good for one is  good for another," he? said. "I  blame^Comm. Sam FladagSr  for this, be allows some to  get away with it while I have  to lose thousands of dollars because of his refusal. I personally feel at this time he should  resign," he added.  Chiropractic Office  MONDAY - THURSDAY  1678 Marine Drive - Gibsons  Phone 886-9843  Look-ahead popple  are choosing electric hea  Theise look-ahead homeowners already have. Here's why:  . -.  _0, //. BROWN, North Kamloops, B.C.  "J find it's an economical way to heat. You  control the temperature in each room without  waste. It uses less space and there's no main*  teitance cost."  EDWARD McFADPEN, Terrace, B.C.  "Very even temperature. It's a healthy way to  heat too ��� no dust. And with no furnact we  have space for another room."  VICTOR KELLEY, Agassiz, B.C.  " We have found electric heating to  pletely satisfactory in our home as it  quiet anil most economical."  >- z*n  be corn-  is clean,  J. /  , < \'-  5 ;  MRS, l, BAXTER, Victoria, B.C.      j  "Our"house heats quickly, quite an advantage  ^/J. r taking off the chill on cool days, I like the  temperature control in each room, top, focps ,  the bathroom warm,"   '  MRS, L. J, SMYTH, Vancouver, B.C.  "/ particularly like the even heat and bttng  able to control the temperature in the mm  individual!): Especially In the nursery,'*  MRS. M. CAUJSON, Fort St, John, B.C,  "/ have nothing to wrry about with clectrto  heating, And I like the feeling of warmth with  out drafts. Convenience and contort are very  Impottant to me."  ���JI6. ^1��*5��#*^*^��M����Bl*tJ��3<*Sl*'*���  At today's tow etectrie'rates; over 9,000 B.C. famflicshave^  / automatic heating systems, But it offers plenty more; (l) Room-by-rooii(. temperature control means extra comfort,  extra savings; (2) Sunshine-clean electric heat saves drudgery and expense. No dirt, no soot, (3) Equipment is practically  mniritcn��ncc-freo, Usually lasts longer, too. (4) Electric heat iscasy to live with. Gentle, even heat. Very quiet heat,  (5) Compact, too, Simplifies homo construction, saves y��luable floor space, (6) Rfcsalo value? A .the trend to all*,  electric living gains ground, this is the heating system moire buyers will bo looking for tomorrow. If you're  about to build, remodel or c^tci.dJyour.JiQme,fcdon!t��ovcclook4ho,,advaiitagcsflof*clcctrio.hcating.-Ask |  B;C, Hydro for ft heating cost cs.imi.tc, plus tho ioformattyo booklet; MJE|i;ctrw Heating Faets,"it's free.  t" r  ... ���....,......'.,'. .. -, ...,.., ���,,.���,,-.. ..L .    ..-,������  Pender Harbor Electronics  FRANCIS PENINSULA���Ph. 003-2316  SlfVi ELECTRIC LTD,  sechelt, B,c���ph, aas-aoA.;  TERRY AYLWBN  McCULLOUGH ROAD���Ph. 085.2154  fVlcPHEDRAN ELECTRIC  GIBSONS, B,C.~Ph. 086-96.��  0.C. HYDRO  RtOBILLIARp ELECTRIC  SECHELT, D.C���Ph. 885-2131  Nick's Electric & Appliances  PENDER HARBOUR, B.C.���Ph, 883-51516  1 i  ' V_  . _ , .} ���_/ .���  .,���','���.  .,,.,,,..r;;...,,r        .    ,,  a"  f! _    1  f  Page 10     Sechelt Peninsula Times     Wed., Feb. 23, 1966     Council advised  ��� ��  1  i  ' l'  ) If  **Si**   ���  Senior Citizens  location under s  lies'  CANNON Allan Greene appeared at last. meeting of  Sechelt Council to speak on behalf of the proposed  senior citizens homes project and to seek support of  council.  - ���   \  ,^..^�� m*.J>_��  .       Imported glamor         "~  SOMETHING is in store for those attending the Lions  fashion show and dance but whether it would be  called beauty is anyone's guess. Show is slated for Saturday, Feb. 26.        (         Welcome all groups . . .  He explained that,at present  his group has been considering  .    the old Fleck property which Is  '    a desirable location due to its  proximity to stores and hospital.  Cost of project is estimated  at $100,000, and would involve  converting the main building  into eight or ten suites as a  ���startr���tater���the-garages~and-  existing small houses could be  utilized and other expansion as  necessity demands. Cost of alterations would be in the region of $35,000 he said.  In order to obtain government assistance, 10 per cent  would have to be raised from  the district and it was hoped  the village would Contribute toward this amount.  _Wbrld Day of Prayer  first Friday of Lent  REQUESTS for special prayers have come from many  lands this year as final arrangements are made  for tfte (^&^  As has been customary in re-        '��� ; '.  cent years the first Friday of  Lent, February 25, 1966, has  been set aside for services  which will unite Christian worn-  S5r' en in 150 countries and ^areas.  Locally a service wilL: be.  held in St. John's United  Church, Wilson Creek, at 2:90  p.m. It is expected that women  from practically all Christian  groups will participate.  In preparing the service to  be followed this year, the committee, composed of Scottish  Women in Edinburgh have  kept in mind the needs of  churches round the world. Africa, for instance, asks special  guidance for those in authority  in the face of that continent's  rapid ' emergence into . independence. Asia's women request intercession for those  who may be confused by the^  difference between democracy  and totalitarianism. They pray  also for freedom in education  and that the growing threat to  individual liberty in all countries Will be curbed.  The old and the lonely are a  prime concern of the women of  ��� the British Isles and continental Europe, while Latin American women have asked that  prayers be said for youth who  are questioning their Christian  principles, and for the church  Which must find new ways to  approach many complex soclnl  problems.  Offerings made by those who  attend the World Day of Prayer service are divided among  a number of Christian projects  in many lands with special emphasis on literature. Bible societies, the refuge services of  the World Council of Churches,  braille books for the blind and  other areas of Christian work  receive grants.  When Canada first joined the  World Day of Prayer in 1921  offerings for the day were under $400.00. In 1965 more than  $64,000.00 was distributed  through the Women's Inter-  Church Council of Canada  which is responsible for World  Day of Prayer services in this  country.  RECREATION  Request from the Sechelt Recreation-Commission for a copy  of the bylaw was approved by  chairman who said she saw no  reason why the commission  chairman, Comm. Benner,  should not have a copy.  Comm. Benner said he  thought the members of the  commission would probably remain as a group but he still  failed to see where a line could  be,^  beyond village boundaries.  ROAD APPROVAL  Told at a previous meeting  that the road to a Porpoise  subdivision had been approved  by council, Comm. Benner demanded to know the names on  the approval. "I was tolct last  time by the clerk that I must  have been asleep when it. was  passed, I was not asleep and  would like to know how a road  such as that can be passed  without knowledge of council,"  he said. ....  Denying he had accused Benner of sleeping, the clerk was  told by Comm. Ray Clarke,  "you did say it and I too know  nothing of approval being given."   .,,. ���.,,,������.. '.���.,.,.,,' .-.���. !--���.  Comm. Benner angrily asked  for an explanation, warning ho  The New Unique  Tired ? Sluggish ?  " B@tf��r fosft  would take the matter up with  Victoria. "I strongly oppose the  taxpayer having to have that  road put in order because one  person decided it is in good  shape. That road is not-fit to.  be  passed," - he  maintained. *  Comm. Clarke agreed, stating council had been told by  the   chairman  previously  that  no committee chairman took  things upon himself but rather  worked with council as a whole.  "Now be (Comm. Lang) has  been given more jobs than any-  When you feel tired > sluggish,  headachy, nil dr. ggod out���  feel bettor . nnfc with Carter's  f.t>.  Littlo Liver Pilia. Gontlo, aura  Carter'. Littlo Liver Pilla hnvo  boon helping Canadians for  well over 60 yearn.        ,       '  Ench tiny pill oontninat  Cnrto.:. exclusive formula thofci  has n very t>peci_| notion on"  your liver. Thin apodal action  . timulatea tho liver hllo. Koona  it flowing frooly. Aidt. tho  functioning of your digentivo  . yotom. Eoues nwny that tired,  upset. Bluggish feollng. Helni  you fool (food again.  Bo .ho next timo yon fool  tired, .loggia!., headachy, tako  Cartcnr'ii Little Liver Pills nnd  , fool bettor .pet. Carter'. JUttlo  HJv/M PM1��, only 40^.  cnnf.oieni  The small saw with the  big 5.8 cubic Inch engine.  This one was built for pros. An entirely new  design, It offers power to spare, reliability,  o. sy handling and simplified servicing, Como  on In, look, It over, heft It, try It,,.. antf lot  ^h9sprlce.bB,Ei pleasant surprise.  thdiim Saw Cent re  Phono 885-9626 ��� Cowrie Street ~~ Secliolt, B.C.  one else and appears; to do as  he pleases," he added. >  Following" a stormy session,  the clerk admitted1 that: it was  the chairman's prerogative to  approve such a-recommendation without going to council  and that he had been instructed to notifv the Union' Properties the road had been passed.  Comm. Lang then said he  had been" told by Mr. Underwood of the roads dept. and Mt.  McMillan that the road in question was satisfactory.' "The  whole thing is childish," he  said. Comm. Benner argued,  "The childish part is that ^thp  taxpayer is going to have tp  pay thousands of dollars to put  that road right. It should have  been brought before council.','  He also drew attention* to-another road which he saidt had  been passed yeFit-had been  laid over trees etc.  THE  TIMES  IS A  UNION-LABEL   NEWSPAPER  iatoW^fo<*^w>W#*H^iWrt*^**��^ I  WesS Sechell Waterworks District  BY LAW No. 17  A fey-low for regulating the distribution  and use of water and prescribing penalties for non-compliance with the regulations.  The Trustees of West Sechelt Waterworks District ENACT AS  FOLLOWS:  1. In this By-law "water" means water conveyed through the  works operated or maintained by the West Sechelt Watcr-  ,JH-:..,v.,.^works-IMstrict.-'--.."<-v-.-'--^---. ��^.,..^M._ii,..i,,.te:ii,_.:,Ji,,,_...,._.._- .���..,...;.,.  2. No water shall be delivered to or used upon any premises  in respect of which there are owing to the District any tolls  that have been owing for one month.  3. No person except an officer or employee of the District  shall open, shut, adjust, draw water from or tamper with  fany: pipe, valve, measuring-box, or other thing .maintained  or operated by the District.  4. Evciy person to whose premises water is supplied 'shall  keep the pipes, taps, and other plumbing fixtures on his  premises in good repairand shall do everything necessary  to prevent the waste of water and he shall not waste  water.  5. No person shall allow any person other than a member  of his household to draw water from any pipe, lap or  other plumbing fixture on his premises for use on any  other premises.  6. Mo person shall Use any water or permit any water, to  be used on any premises other than those in respect Of  which tolls are paid by the owner occupant.  7. Only piping .suitable of withstanding 100 PSI will be allowed to be connected to the service, i.e.  Copper-type K suitable for burying.  palvani/cd iron or plastic guaranteed to withstand 100  8. Trenching must be a minimum of 18 ins. below the surface  of the ground (unless it is considered impossible or impractical due lo rock, formation or other geological difficulty) and the piping therein left open until ���inspected by  a representative of the District. All pipe lines of non-rigid  ' material, i.e. plastic, or copper, of any diameter, shall be  embedded in sand, ,  9. A permit to connect must he obtained from the Secretary  of the Trustee* prior to any piping being attached lo tho  Ncrvicc connection.  10. Due to the high pressure in low lying ureas, a pressure  relief valve may be required to reduce the pressure, This  device will, upon tho recommendation of tho District representative, be Instiled at the owner's expense at tho  time the scrvlco connection Is completed.  11. Failure on the part of any person to comply with any  provision of, this by-lnw .hull entitle the Secret my of the  Trustee or any person acting for him tp slim off the. upply  of water to such person'nnd to the premises occupied by  him" and In addition shall render Mich person II.hie to  conviction and the pen. Me*f provided (or In the following  clause ,.      .   ,.,.   ....        .    12. Every person who disobeys or fulls to comply with any  ' tttl" T,mB7, conviction to, ii penally m exceeding  $300. 0. andIn default of payment, to Imprisonment not  exceeding thirty day.,  13.  This By-law may be cited ns the -Wider Distribution RcBik  la(lon lly-law".  ]    eva k:hayward,  Secretory of tho Truatcci  I ^^��.^����^W^l,��BW"*(!rai^��:U*^''  ��'*"����� ..  " it  ff.  I I.       ,11      '     ,l|       (I,,,.,"    A,'tit   I  ,  .   , i, toff?** *���*-��  Wed., Feb. 23,1966     Sechelt Peninsula Times     Page 11  ���    ��������� ��� , V Ml J.I .   ���!       - .      ���       I  ���       !���!      ��� I       ��� I   A *" I  Roberts Creek News;;���';>!'  ���M-    ���,.��.,F.. ��� ������   ������������� ��� ���-I���������.���._.���������    .     ���_������     ������!��� ��� ,��� ,,���~��� ������ *�����*���~-l    ,.,       ��� ��������-���������   -���    I jl  .     ' ,.    ���by Florence McSoraney^,.  1 j   AT THE last regular meeting of the Roberts, Creek-  ^ . Community Association it was reported there jss stSU  a quantity of * Centennial Calendars for sale.   '%     ''**{  ,Some members of the association feel that it is not necessary to .have, meetings, every,  month and a written motion  has oeen presented to the effect that they, be held every  three months with the executive carrying" on necessary details of business between ^meetings.      ; ~ ���    <���        \    >  the hospital\Sta��L, /<������.'"*'  Anyone in "the BobertMSreek ,  district" requiring **a cook* t��ook  may obtain one from any auxiliary member. " These books  f contain the- favorite ^ recipes* ft ,  women from all parts o��fthe  peninsula.    -    "^ -   "���'. '^ . -^"-'  Nefct. meeting- of 4Ke;* tfjDo��ai>  Next-meeting is. the annual- ian fellowship *��Jl'.t>e ,held. in  event and will be held on Wed- the* Community- Halt; Thuf sday,  Sesday7~Marcli~9n[t���is-tor-fee- ^^rl24f^p.aker^ Mbis-meet*  problems with 16 members of  the Sechelt P-TA during a dinner meeting at* Sechdt. Accom-  panying the president' were two  j other officers of the federation,  'Mirs. R. S. Lyon and Mrsffj!  McRae, both from Powell River.  Mannv  niftmpnt  IMMEDIATE Past Presidents of Sechelt P-TA, Mrs.  Margaret Lamb, admires-��the engraved silver teaspoon which she received during last week's visit of the  Provincial President Mrs. H. JLr Steves. Offering their  congratulations are: Mrs. R. S. Lyon (Rural Service  Representative); Mrs. W. Bystedt (president, Sechelt  PT-A); Mrs. H. L. Steves; and Mrs. J. McRae (Regional Representative).  Sechelt gathering . . .  Provincial PH members  discuss local problems  BRITISH Columbia Parent-Teacher Federation is the  only1 lay voice in B.C. interested in the education  and welfare of all children; said Provincial President  Mrs. H. L. Steves, when she visited Sechelt last week.  Mrs. Steves discussed many  five years would solve the problem of extra cost, which is at.  present iinot wholly shared by  the provincial government.  f  .Xhereiis a need for parents  and also young adults to do volunteer work in schools, this is  no j longer looked upon as an intrusion by *the teaching profession, said Mrs. Steves, who recently was one of 425 delegates  "attending the Canadian Conference on Children in Montreal;  where  closer  co-operation  between professions and lay people was discussed.  .Comparing  P-TAs  with   mo-  . .hers* groups, Mrs. Steves said  . that the latter were only concerned    with    the    immediate  needs on the one  school and  did   not  look  at  the   broader  field  of  education  in   general  and have no voice in education;  Quite   often   such   groups   become  just  a   hand-maiden   to  the principal of the school.  .    PT-A have a strong voice in  Education   and   needs? all   the  support (possihle   to   maintain  this strength.  Mrs, Lyon spolco of the library which she had helped establish on the Indian reserve at  Powell River and how quickly i  , tbo young girls were learning  to administer it. Many of these  children aro very bright, said  Mrs. Lyon but have told her  . that thoy;.i find difficulty when  they transfer from reserve  school to high school. Integra*  ; t^on of Indian children into the  H r"' " * " "���""���"_     district schools, starting at the  kindergarten  age,   would  give  , them the same advantages that  other children have.  Mrs. McRae thought that Se-  . chelt was-an ideal place to encourage such a sharing of educational advantages.  PT-A members were extremely pleased to have the  opportunity to talk with Mrs.  Steves and benefitted from her-  vast experiences in the federation.  The more a man thinks, the  better adapted he becomes to*  thinking, and education is nothing if it is not the methodical creation of the habit of  thinking.  hoped that everyone will take  note of the date and that there  will be a good attendance. This  meeting will be held in the  Community Hall.  Ladies of the Roberts Creek  Hospital Auxiliary were pleased to learn last Monday, that  the Chinese dinner had been a  great success; not only did  everyone enjoy themselves, but  financial returns were very  gratifying. m  Considerable? dis^ssion^ was  held* as^toi what would lie purchased with part of the funds,,  but this Will have to be discussed again as it has since been  ' learneds thatf the "main. item ? chosen has been taken care of by  one   of   the  other  auxiliaries.  ' However, there has-been quite  a  list of items suggested, by  ing will be Ted, Poole, whose,  subject will be "The Forces jq4  Change." This will deal''with  the coming of automation: Sir  which state a new'word, has  been coined���cybernetics or. cybernation. To find out mo se  about this interesting^ subject.  -- come to the meeting next  Thursday.  Exhilaration is that feeling  you get just after a great* idea  hits you and .ust befor��i you  realize what's wrong .with it.  4 ��_   f \  in  .Briefs presented to the de-*���  partment of education by the  federation are always wel-  > corned by the minister, said  Mrs, Steves, who outlined  many benefits derived from  resolutions presented by Parent Teacher Associations.  Establishment of a forensic  clinic for the treatment of sex  deviates was first proposed by  the federation. Special classes  for slow learners, children who  are hard of hearing or emo-,  tionally disturbed are still need-;  led. B.C. is far behind eastern  provinces in such matters.  ; .Kindergartens are, needed; in  all schools, said the president,  , reducing the admittance. age to  *&^*  NEED A CAR?  NEW or USED  ' TRY f,  Peninsula  Motor ProtL  SECHELT, B.C.  Ph. BHS-2111- Ted Farewell  bonus-benefits  of these Royal  family-banking  services?  �����  -��q.��  : :i  See how this check-list cdn help:  D  ��� Student loam can be discussed when-  evcryou wish at your nearby branch.  Royal Bank tcrmTlnn loans can bo  economically arranged for ft new car,  appliance or similar purchase,  Savings Accounts, for steady savings  and sound accumulation of interest.  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D. 11opKini, tlinmsef  M  , i ��� v:���~~ L  V- . V  >i  ,._ .^r^i^H;  - .'.a".'.*)*.���>_..,._;_V*-.wv.. . v;��..i-^!.;  *ol      (    *- ~��?" **   *~ flW*f.y \_ ..  ������QB^'  Page 12     Sechelfr Peninsula Times     Wed.. Feb. 23,1966  No means test . * .  Branch 96 OAPO petition  seeks pension increase  ON THURSDAY, February 17, Branch 96 of the OAPO  held its regular meeting at Wilson Creek Hall with  50 members in attendance.    T  $fWd Fettows-  allend ceremony  GRAND Master Vedder J. Miller of the Independent Order  of Odd Fellows paid a return  visit to Sechelt on Saturday,  Feb.   12.  During his visit he witnessed  the conferring of the Initiatory  and First Degree of the Order  on six candidates, by the Vancouver Hastings Lodge No. 8.  Accompanying the - Grand  Master were: Sovereign Grand  Chaplain Walter E. Wain,  P.G.M.;   Grand Warden J.  H.  Brown;    Grand    Marshall W.  Taggart;   "G' r"a n d    Secretary  W. E. McLean, F.G.M.; Grand  -Rehjr4*-^visit-  Delegates appointed to attend the North Shore regional  meeting at Horseshoe Bay on  Wednesday, March 30 were Mr.  Roily Reid and Mrs. L, V.  Yates,:, :;':..     : . "   ������  Suggestions discussed includ-  GRANDMASTER, Vedder J. Miller of the Independent  Order of Oddfellows recently visited Sechelt to witness the initiation of six candidates. Pictured here  (front) W. Schad, D.D.G.M.; Vedder J. Miller, Grand  Master; W. Taggart, Grand Marshall; J. C. Marshall,  Vice-Grand, Sunshine Coast Lodge No. 76; T. I. B.  Smith, Pa& Grand, S.C. No. 76; (back) S. Tyson, Noble  Grand, S.C. No. 76; W. E. McLean, P.G.M. Grand Secretary; W. E. Wain, Sovereign Grand Chaplain; and J. H.  Brown, Grand Warden.  Squaringly Yours  ���by Maurice Hemstreet  HI, THERE, here I, am again, Just j^e.va..Jfc^nu)rj|ng,.  Ipight tiack to the same spot I was last week except  it is a week later. I. just don't know where the weeks     __  _r_     r   Musician D.  Sutton  and  Past    are going but time waits for no one not even me, SO I funeral" services.   He   stressed  ed an evening of square dancing and a bingo afternoon with  the proceeds going to the senior citizens' housing project.  A petition was signed by all  the members present urging  Mr. Jack Davis to support any  effort presented on the floor  of the Houise for an increase  in the Old-Age Security Pension to $100 a month without  means test.  Reported to be on the sick  list were Mrs. Ella Wood, Mr.  Louis Benner - in St. Mary's  Hospital and Mr. Oliver Ge'er*  in George Derby Hospital.-Mrs.  L. V. Yates and Mrs. Madge  Hansen were appointed to the  ..;welfare,,committee.:w"-,..^m^-,.^-.^.,-:  Guest speaker, Mr. John Harvey,   spoke   about  inexpensive  time of sorrow and anxiety.  Another guest speaker, Mr.  R. Kruse, spoke about drug  prices. He explained that drugs  were sold at the manufacturers' list price plus a professional fee for the filling Of the 'pre-'  Tscription-iffhrcir^vasrH*^^  if the prescription was for 12  pills or 100. He suggested that  it was therefore unfair to compare prices without taking the  quantity factor into consideration. .''   *  Yes, we believe in extrasensory perception. What else explains the ability to read one's  own handwriting?  Grand Masters J. N. White, J.  McLean and E. N. Hill.  More than 50 Odd Fellows  visited Sechelt for- the ceremony, including brothers from  Little Mountain No. 60, Fair-  view No. 19, Park No. 66, Vancouver Hastings No. 8, Royal  City No. 3, North Vancouver  No. 55, Richmond No. 82, North  Burnaby No. 37, Malaspina No.  r^ 46, Kerrisdale No. 31, Okana-  gan No. 58, and Sudbury No.  282, Sudbury, Ont.  On arriving at St. Hilda's  Church Hall, luncheon was  served by the Sisters of Sunshine  Rebekah Lodge  No.  82.  Square dancers  visit Club 60  TRAVELLING to Powell River , on February 12th, the  four active couples of the Sechelt Promenaders were hosted by Club 60.  Each couple was met by respective hosts on arrival arid  entertained for supper. An eh- ,  joyable evening of dancing  followed at "The Rancho",  , where Ken Laidman and Frank  Oliver called. *  , Refreshmentsl at the Robertsons brought a pleasant evening to a close and It was not  until the wee hours of the morning that time was taken for  some sleep,  Many of the enthusiasts met  again   aO "The   Rancho"   at  " noon on Sunday for ltinch and  more dancing, Callers were.  Ken Laidman and a young man  named Dave who Is just learning , and promises to be ex.  tremcly good, Specialty numbers Included tho Tandem  Square which was really fun.  1 ^hc Promenade��� will hold  a St, Patrick's Day Dance on  M. rch J2th when they hope to  return the hospitality of Powell River's Club Go, Bud Watch-  ford will bo calling ��o make  a note of this date���Squ.ro  Dancers,  will get on with the square dance news of last'week.  Wilson Creek Squares are in  high gear now with about three  and a half sets in the club. This  looks like a real go go square  dance effort.  Pender Harbour Squares are  forging ahead to new calls and  it sure is a pleasure to teach  something new for a change  with a club that is willing to  learn anad better their square  dancing, more power to them!  The Sechelt Jr. Squares are  still eager to keep ahead of  the other classes but due to a  little too much chatter on the  floor, they have slipped behind. However, I'm sure this  will be remedied next Friday  night.  The Gibsons Squarenaders  held their seventh anniversary  at Hopkins Hall with the Sechelt Promenaders and members of the Pender Squares participating, so, needless - to say,  with almost six squares and  caller Harry Robertson in top  form, this has been the best  doggone square dance of the  whole season and of course!. I  didn't make any mistrakes this  time, but then, everyone can't  be perfect.  It sure would be nice to hear  from our square dance friends  on Vancouver Island located at  Lake Cowichan. You know the  ones I mean, the Thomases,  Davises, Hagues and so on, we  would like to know what's doing  in the square dance field over  there.  the  desirability  of  people  expressing their own wishes about  funeral    arrangements    rather  than leaving the decisions to be *  made  by  their families  at  a  NEED A CAR?  NEW or USED  TRY  ll  Peninsula  Motor Prod.  SECHELT, B.C.  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