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Array T  ' o_  7 f  J *< j;  i       ? <    i     \  ** _ *T ^     ^   ��*f '���  J   ���$ ***  ���    *$ ��i  - * <*y        *f��  ��  i. Authorized a&secpod d0j�� ,.        4 a  ^ moil   by   the- Post "Office     >     *    *���  fP  7 tyepdftmenf, Ottowo. \ , f 5  ~AU   -   _ * Serving the Sunshine Coast, (Howe Jocund to Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon/ Hopkins, landing, {Sromham'sfJUmding, Gibsons, Roberts Creek,  t  ��� .y Volurw&2. No 4}  ,, {Wilson Creek, Selmo Pork/Secheh, HoifmDon'Boy, Secret Cove Pender Harbour Madeira Pork, Klpindole, Irvine _ Londinj  Eori Cove Egmont f*   WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 29, 1965   Hfo  j[k. SJ CO  i i P *  ���f ' -J  Wedlr-endf report . *�� .  ,*��** V ,*  ��tNO  wtoa  vs*-** _?  a, cm >  Brake failure  causes mishap  I  .p.  BRAKE failure resulted in the  Noted visitor  ovwSrninT^ of^T^" logging   FIRST night of the very successfu^McLaren Film Festi- T\\rr, A cnfTM"  truck' Tuesday,  when-driver    ���   4yal in Gibsons,last week, was enhanced*by the *U1V_ 1 aUWiCi  Ernie widman was forced to ^-presence of the^utstanding Netherlands film director .   **,77   ��,���-*-���-���*- *��� '.. 2  "bank" the vehicle on a moun*    and producer I_ouis A. Van Gasteren who had landed only Sjfg|TT ~0I SG3S0H  tainside logging road near Pen-    a couple of tioufs earlier jErom The Hague, He is seen, -                   **  der Harbour.   ilefrcotoferatulatUigBrianAndersonandDougjCarmichael  Pinned   beneath   tvvo   large        .-.��-..     *��   ._ __<��_.  ^Goldyup was blown out of the   auto driven bjr Johnson which  tvessel when the explosion oc;   Vas on its wrong side of the  ���curred-and was promptly pick-,  road^\   - A r Z    ��i  W up by George Kearley, also'     Totaf^lamafie is estimated to  01 Garden Bay, ^vho w?s ac-^ be about ?700,      *  *,  companying him in the Tyee I. *, 7  t A motor vehicle,accident occurred one mile west of Halfmoon Bay about la.ra. Saturday, Sept. 25, when, a convertible driven by Ronald Penn of  Pender Harbour left the highway white taking a bend.  - Damage is estimated at approximately $500.  Fenn, who claimed his brakes  failed, has been charged with  driving without due care and  attention.  ���Resident of .New Westminster,  * Michael Mortimer, has also  been charged with driving with-  'out due care and attention fol-  ' lowing an accident near St.  Mary's Hospital at 9;30 .p.m.  last Thursday. >   ������  Mortimer, is understood to  have lost control of his auto  while' negotiating a bend while  driving into Sechelt. The car _ ,.,-.,  rolled over  suffering  damage   with warm coffee from a ther- -V*  4o the extent of S300. mos.  Badly bruised,  WidmanV"   -    e^��^��-v     * '���*       --,--.-.--  * Third v'charge ,of   impaired   spent two days in .hospital, biit 7 S_&lOTlT*f __tlt__l    SllC    ITflOtlThS  "driving has been laid against   apparenOy.suffered no serious  _t**^5^***; T**T^V    w*^-***MM;***P  Leonard Johnson of the Sechelt   injury;- .,  ,  A -;.        H ��       > '   .prTnln-l^'J^'*!,- cA��k&i4 n.���mkal _li ^������"'  Indibn vaiage following an jtf-     The trip was "to haV*| *eeit , ��BglQ_AR:ii��etMi|E' of the Sechelt,Chamber of Com-  cidem at Garden''Bay, lest S4&. .*%��-.��� lasfe^one _  wday,,,, ^ *   .  ^i���Cj..,**.*)��� "-"tntck ?laf Widman;;  Bernard .Clarke  of  Garden   joins'the ranks  in 'Pender * area,  having  just    t An exchange, of correspond-  acquired ain oil agency for, this    ence be^een the chamber -nd  mrl^r ��� xXA&JT* - wt , on4 their 7entriesm 1he poster contest Mr. Charles ;W*  Widman was unable to escape\ Ftofoar*j*CMada^and president of fte Vancouver  the acid which ran into eyes . fflt^g-t����ft YesovaL-.   arid ears.       '''",���     / ' .-   >     .t ' ^     Jyt    T~77J  was operator R. Northrup, who  >< ,j'. t^.,^ f< r,��.   c   .   ^ f  released Widman, and ,admini- J"w %&wjrjj LmA     ^T        J    * "       " �����    _  S*��x?s*ufi^47���Dft'vsurve^^^ possible  Ji^.      J*    JL   J*     H,     K���^      A^-,  SECEffiLTTLegion'team- coach-  * erf' by ��� Bill McFadden (a "recent newcoirier ? -to* Canada)  scored a 2-0 .win tfver Roberts  Creek Wanderer^ at Hackett  Park last Sunday.  Kent Sheridan,/* and " .Jimmy  Gibson " scored, goals in Jthis  first match "of the season. A  good.game was .played by both  teams^with the two goals coming Vlate in the second half, .i  a -Game" highlight was'the^petH  alty shot scored.by^goalie^TAl-  an' Hemstreet7 of the" Sedielt  X^iqhteam:  l\ ., ' /���  htHy disappointment was the  **U'*  Bay was driving around the  Garden Bay lake road when  his vehicle was struck by an  locality.  $250 million inadequate \ . .  water t statements'  electioneering  VISITING the Sechelt Peninsula last weekend was Sonv  erled Macdonald, organization chairman for Progressive Conservative, candidate  Boyd Shannon.  His trip was thc  second to    -  this area to meet thc local  Conservative Committee since  Capt. Shannon's nomination.  He iold The Times that Boyd  Shannon   plans   to   be   in  the  Peninsula during the third week  of October and hopes to meet  many of tho voters personally  during" his stay,  ���Mr, , Macdonald    said   that  Capt.  Shannon  is  particularly  ��� concerned over the breakwater  situation.  Through .his  fishing  business, he Is, well aware of  ��� tho need for a breakwater but  1 is convinced that recent state*  .jjnents by tho government arc  ^nothing more than electioneer*  ting, on tho onc hand Ottawa  ''has indicated that a sum will  ;bo Included in tho 1060 cstl-  ���j mates. On the other hand they  if havo announced cut backs in  1 public   works   construction  all  across Canada.  The sum of $250,000 so often mentioned Is not fiuffljjloii^  "to" provide an' adequate brook*  /water; Capt, Shannon said recently that fluch a sum would  not even pay for half the project and added that these cm*  pty promises and misleading  tstntcmont.1 nro further' evidence of the cavalier, manner in  which tho Government, through  Iho membor for Conflt-Capllano  In Iho last Parliament has  treated Iho Socholt Peninsula.  Local delegates  for convention  TWO MEMBERS of St. Mary's  Hospital staff, Director of  Nursing' Mrs,' M. McGowan  and Administrator Norm Buck*  ley will accompany Board  President - John Harvey and  Trustee Dan Currie to tho B.C.  Hospitals' Association annual  conference, to be held in Vancouver this week, Sept, 20 to  Oct. 1.  More that* four hundred delegates are expected to t attend  tho convention, to bo held in  the Hotel Vancouver. Changes  in the local hospital situations  and tho need for trained per*  sonncl, will bo among topics  discussed,  Speakers will include n 1 Icalth  Minister Eric Martin and Mini*  ���J��t,Qk*of...Municipal .Affairs Dan.  Campbell.  Radio and TV personality  Jack Webster will act as mod*  orator in a panel discussion on  medicare which will feature Dr.  Frank Turnbull, past president  of the Canadian Medical Association, Paddy O'Neal, secretary-treasurer of the 'B.C* Fed*  oration ,of Labor, and chairman  of Ihe Vanco-'-'T General Hos*  pltal Board wllllnm Street,    ,  the, school board regarding the  proposed' new school board offices to be located in, Gibsons,  was filed on,the advice of the  chairman'who said the project  had become, a hot potato, it  might therefore be advisable to  let it rest for the time being.  Chairman of the Sunshine  Coast Rural Development Committee, Norm-Watson, reported  on his visit to Victoria where  he and fellow committee members " Richard "Kennett and John ,  Mathews, had met with the  Hon. F. A. Richter, minister  of agriculture.  Some difference of opinion  seems to exist between Victoria  and the federal government,  commented Mr. Watson. Action  has been instigated, however.  A survey would appear to be  tho first.move, and this apparently Is not quite as'simple as  ;\vc were led to believe." 77 ���  Despite the problems Involved, it is felt an economic survey will be carried out within  tho next six months, In this  respect, installation of an adequate water, system for tho  Peninsula seems to be foremost  on tho list at this time, but so  far, nothing > definite Is on tho  'agenda.  General opinion of the chamber was that water is indeed  a desirable project,  Question of, providing an op*  orating fund for tho new committee resulted in a decision to  donate $25 and a suggestion  -that- other'chambers "contribute  an equal*amounts  Strong disapproval was registered by various members regarding tho activities of tho  roads committee, The chairman  said wo had missed put on tho  budget estimates last year and  unless something was done soon  wo wlU bo in a similar position  next ycat. This was in refer*  onco to tho need jo get Mason  and Nor West road on the ���pri  ority list for,repairs etc.  7,The chairman assured members he would get in touch  with President * Ted Osborne  with a view to, getting in touch  with the roads chairman.  ] . ...      V ....  Isabel Dawson  guest speaker  GUEST   speaker   Mrs.   Isabel  Dawson, will address the Sun- .        .        , _.      .  shine Coast B&PW at the.up-, ,6-  Gibsons  Canfor  vs> Sechelt  game  Hackett Park at 1:30 ~p.m. Sun-  -day,-October 3rd when -Sechelt  Legion will meet Sechelt Residential Tigers'. *  'scores 7  Division 6���Sechelt Reserve  2, Gibsons Legion 0; Roberts  Creek Tigers Z, Gibsons Canfor  2. ,    ,  Division 4���Sechelt Reserve  Tigers 3, Gibsons Legion 1.;  Sechelt Legion 2, Roberts  Creek Wanderers 0,  Fixtures, of  October, 3���Div.  coming meeting on October 5,  at 6:30 p.m. at Ole's Cove. Topic will be a non-partisan, informative examination of the  mechanics of politics and elections.  With the federal election  slated for November 8, it is a  particularly timely subject.  Reserve 1:30 p.m.; Madeira  Park Rangers vs Roberts Creek  Tigers 1:30 p.m.; Gibsons Legion, Bye.  Div, 4���Seohelt Legion vs  Sechelt Reserve Tigers, 1:30  p.m.; Madeira' Park Kickers  vs Roberts ��� Creek Wanderers  2:30 p.mi; Gibsons United, bye,  Timely lesson  THIRTY days in jail without option of a fine, curtailed  tho activities of Roger Joe, aged 20, when he appeared before Magistrate Andrew Johnston, in Sechelt  last Saturday.    Joo waa charged with danger-i    IMPAIRED CHARGE  ous drlylng on tho Sechelt In*1 .    An Impaired charge with a  dlan, reserve ..following,.a *num-..... difference,. was,.. also , dealt * with  ber of complaints,  Chief Alfred August ;'a n d  Councillor Clarence Joo a'Uen*  dod court and advised that do*  fendant and other youths had  bcen \ropeatcdly warned but  had continued to drive at high,  speed endangering the lives of  young children on tho reserve.  ..',. Duo to failure to hoed these  warnings, tho maglstrato committed the youth to prison.   -  by ' Magistrate Johnston - who  fined, tho accused, Willlain  Blackmoro of Gambia Island  $50 las,t Saturday,,  Pollco Investigating the motor vessel Day-Troll which wns  moving around In a circle off  Hopkins Landing,"found Blackmoro, * the owner, asleep inside  lhe craft, Oh awakening, ho  was found to bo Impaired and  so charged,  \  I  '4  V  I  .1 1  _���:  i  i  ���*!  t��  >>  9  1  1\  J*  K  I  _��_  *����  ^ 1  ��� *-.! -  .,i  .  .V >  A.  [.V  ���2 -!*- ^"v ��*<.���,  .^��A*-.'>-��.HJ;'u����.  *..,.-,.�� >*JrfpAr��.��� ^i^2  ^ef*"-*-!** w_jJ*&*Mt��*��p.~w��.pS>  *     ' " !.������"*   *'  I     ���*"���_***.   ,"<  ft   -7  N  ���  I  6-/  $  * t  7  *'  I   I , I  V v,  J?  ,. ��'��� p 11  "if'    '  ������ *, \  ().  '  .���  Page 2    Sechelt Peninsulo Times  Wed., Sept. 29, 1965  ^it>iiixtm Wibx>JT l*j__I '^2iT ol^.?i<1?? * j9<tsa2   **** *?My g *���** w  iVf   _    t-     *_'>__,,.i*- ,  lV,  mw-mm+mmmmmmmmmmma  ^SiELrPENiNSULA^wsfl*   ��� Telephone .885-9654  Classified  tmmmmmmi  I  immmmmmmmmJ  Published .Wednesdays by the  Sechelt Peninsula Times Ltd., at\  Sechelt BjC.  LOST  Member, Audit Bureau  *      of Circulation t-  Ctasafted Advertising Rotes:  3-Une AdBrief? (15 words!     *    -  One insertion 2_ _750c  REWAR&-Lost    at'  Gibsons,  Redrooffs   or   Pender   Har-*  bour.- Keys   on   ring.   Finder  please phone 886-9900. _ 9904-42  FOR RENT, Continued  SMALL, office m Credit Union  ������ building, Sechelt.  Light ^and  heat included, $45 "per, month.  -Phone 885-9551.    *       ( 989B-42  PARTLY famished four bed-  i room., home. West Sechelt  Phone  885-9913.        '        9927-41   \ .  WANTED TO BUY.        ~  2 BR MODERN home in Sechelt area.' Phone evenings '885-  2158. >^    ''-'7 "    ,    ^9885*41  FOR SALE (Coninued)  FOR SALE (Continued)  "���/  900   WESTMINSTER'  Chrysler   GIRL'S three speed bilse,;itk.e  motor  gearmatic.   900 ft.  1      new, $35. Phone 885-J2249 af*  1 Three insertions   Extra lines (5 words)  Box Numbers,  25c Bock-keeping charge is added  for AdBriefs" not paid by publication dote.  Display   advertising   in   classified  ���Ad-Brief columns, 1.50-per inch.  Caret \ of   Thanks,    Engagements,  Deaths, Birthsr In Memoriom, Com-  'tng Events, Etc. Per insertion (up to  40 words) $1.25; extra wonfe, 3c  each. 25c Discount if paid before  publication.  legal Notices:  17c per count line (5 words) first  Insertion,   13c per count line subsequent insertions.  Subscription Rates:  10c per copy.* 50c per month (by  cartier); $5.00 year,  in advance.  Special Citizens $3 year.  w Deadlines: Saturday 5 p.m.  ."In the event'of a "typographical  .error advertising goods or services  at o wrong price, goods or services  may not be-sofd-and-the difference  charged to the newspaper. Advertising is merely an offer to sell,  and   may   be   withdrawn  at  any  time."  Advertising is accepted on the condition that, in the event of typographical error," that portion of the  advertising space occupied''by the  -erroneous item, together with reasonable allowance for signature, will  .not be charged for, but the balance  of the advertisement will be paid  - -for at the applicable "rate.  A 'composition^ charge is made for  advertising-accepted ond put into  -production,  but cancelled   before  GOLDEN    retriever    pup;" - 5  "months old. In the vicinity oiL  Roberts Creek,, Store Thursday,.  $1.00   September*"23. .'Anyone- found  __.10c ' harboring this dog wfll be pros-  10c extra   ecuted.'VDog requires  medication. Rewards Phone 886-2250.  HELP WANTED  i, ATTENTION te&*es-_-Part time  inch \ main 2,000 haulbacb* 5  guys, bull block, shackles, miscellaneous rigging.'Fair sleigh,  $2,200. ���-Phone' 883-2241.  9887-41  TWO piece chesterfield. Excel:  lent   condition.    Phone   886-'  2621. , , 992441  ONE Enterprise oil range, excellent "condition with filter  and 45 gal. oil. barrel, $50. Also  one rotisserie GE 400 broiler,  $307Phene 885-2033 after 6 p.m.  * '    '   '- ��� 9888-41  ��� ter 5 p.m.  9917-41'  voxk/lS hi?, weekly learns   27' TROLLER  and 1954 Ford  $30 to $40. Car^hdpfnL Service      sedan   delivery,    $1095    - -  Tf*__1Tl5_*    #��t_C*A*��*4M��_*7 *_��%   >_U_in_     *_*���_-_����_  999��41  PERSONAL  SIGNS   painted,   lettering   of  vehicles   a   specialty.   Dave  Pinkney,'  Gibsons.   Phone" 886-  9829. 9834-tfn  FULLER Brush Products now  available from your local representative.   Phone  885-2847.  9873-41  Fuller customers "in ^our area  For information ?end name,  address and: phone number to  "Pefsonnel- manager, Mr. A.  Perret or phone 988-9424.  '   '' '���   .9881-4.  Mrs.,NQido .Wilson,  Now io years in business.  REQUIRES SALAL PICKERS  Phone 885-9740 or write c-o Box  390, Sechelt. * 9884-41  trade.  883-2392.  or  9922-43  GUNS-GUNS-GUNS  Everything  for the  Hunter  ot your hunting  headquarters.  WALT NYGREN SALES  LTD.  886-9303 - Gibsons, B.C- .  9863-tfn  STUDENT 17 requires part time    _^T_i; ; ,. p,   ,.   emrfovment    Phnn.  ����_S    -f*IVE _ only   4x8'   three   pane  ARE you a Christian? The Bible says, "Old self passed away,  you become new." Corinthian  5-17. 883-2275. e  9914-41  employment  Phone  885*9565  9907-40  MACHINERY  25 KVA automatic-controlled  Dorman Diesel Power Plants.  Mounted on skids in as-new  condition. Replacement cost  $10,000-plus. What offers? Write  or phone. Mix Equipment,  Foot of CarraU Street, .Vancouver 4, B.C. Telephone MU  4-0030 or RE 6-J830.       9993-tfn  RELIABLE woman to live in  for approx. 5 days while parents  away,  after1 October 18.  Children j.   Bges,   3   years,   2     ���-���  years and. JS months. All elec- - Phone .885-9314.-  tric, modern Jbome. Phone 885-  9986. S92M1  windows with frames, $20.  each. 20 only Schlage and Wei-  ser exterior lock sets, $2.50 ea.  9 only heavy duty chenille bedspreads, twin bed .size, as new,  in   sunshine   yellow,   $5   each.  0928-41  REAL ESTATE  20   ACRES,   Reed   Road,-Gibsons. 660' road frontage. All  facilities  available.  Must  sell.  886-7751. 9902-42  PORTABLE typewriter,  excellent    condition.    Reasonable  price.  Phone 885-9362.    9903-41  GOOD hay for sale, delivered,  $40 per ton. 5 ton lots, J. Bayer, RR i North Surrey. Phone  916-6568. 9883.42  WORK WANTED  ���pubhcot|pn. X_nange from original    ^^ 885-9582.  copy when proof is submitted to     ��� ���   c&stomer is also chargeabteot an    EXPERIENCED    painter,   >in-  FOR  Carpentry.  New and re           ������...������,��,    ��  pair wk.  Contact  V.   Mit-    Gibsons  village.  Should  make  lell   XKv.Q.nR? ana* **-      _*     .     __."*.       .  . _  -    GIBSONS  2V_  acre block of level land,  suitable    for    subdivision,    in  9784-tfn    at  least 10 large.r lots.   Good  hourly rate for the additional work  required.  terior-exterior.      Free     estimates. J. Jarvis 886-2387.  9867-tfn  IN MEMORIAM  IN LOVING memory of a dear  husband.    Hank    Clark    who  passed    away   September   30.  1964.  God only, knows how much I  miss your   ���  No one knows the, bitter pain  I   have  suffered  since   I   lost  you. ,  Life has never been tbe same.  In my heart your memory lingers  Sweetly tender fond and true.  There is not a day, dear hus*  band,  That I do not think of you!  In our home that is lonesome  today,  The years may wipe out many  things.  But this they'll wipe out never,  The memory of those happy  days 1  Which we have spent together.  ���Sadly  missed and  lovingly  remembered by his wife Vera.  9919*41  - ROY'S  LAND SERVICE  ROY BOLDERSON  Box,435 - Sechelt  885-9530 Evenings  Rototilling - Plowing  Grading ** Rolling  Other Field and Garden Culti*  vation. Mowing * Larger lawns  and/or weed and brush areas.  (Assortment of six types and  sizes of machines)  Power Sweeping Parking  Area, Streets etc.  9826-tfn  street^ $3,000 down! $9,ocb full  price. ,     ^  MODERN 4-BEDROOM  HOUSE  Basement,   landscaped.   Terms  on $14,500.  E. McMYNN  REAL ESTATE &  INSURANCE  Box   238      Gibsons      886*2166  Res.  886-2500,  886-2681,  886*2393  9918-41  CARS ond TRUCKS  1955  PONTIAC.  radio,  heater,  new tires, automatic V8. Top  condition.   Phone 883-2669.  '   ' 9921*4-  1950   MONARCH   H.T.,   white,  Radio, heater, power steering  and brakes. Good condition. Ph.  885-9550 . 9999.43  BOATS & ENGINES  FOR RENT  2 BEDROOM house, kitchen  and living room combined  with bath. On beach at Redrooffs, oil heater. Phone 883-  9782. 991042  33' TROLLER for sale, ready  to fish, $2,500���less for' cash.  883-2418. 99, W2  10   FT.   PLYWOOD   boat   and  outboard    motor    plus    fuel  tank. What offers? Phone 886*  2C27. 9926*41  2 NEW SUBDIVISIONS  WATERFRONT LOTS  Eorls Cove Subdivision ��� adjacent to Earls Cove  . ferry terminal on the Sunshine Coast Highway.  ..: ��so__URGE VIEW LOTS   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.  <  Phone 883-2233 or phone North Vancouver  985-4934  FOR SALE  UNDERWOOD   standard   type-  miter,   $20,   Phone   885-9571.       9923-tfn  ONE only, n cu, /t, fridge. $59.  Used T.V acts, working, from  $25   up.   Rlchtcr _   Radio   and  TV.   885-9777,  Sechelt,   B.C.    "~~>- - ���*���*    991G--11 -  JAY BEE USED  FURNITURE  Phone 886-2346, Gibsons'  Ne>vt tp Ken's Porkirig  Beer bottles. We]buy and  sell everything  9991 tfn  IE  ,;essok,  Paint - FiBreglass - Rope  Canvas - Boot Hardware  WALT NYGREN SALES  LTD.  Gibsons, B,C ���  Phone 886-9303  7857-tfh,  1 Singer sewing machine, console $115.95; l used refrigerator $49.95; 1 Domestic sew-  ing machine,1 console $89.95;  Parker's Hardware, Sechelt,  Phone 885-2171. We are Hoover  dealer for Sechelt Peninsula.           9929-41  ONE while enamel wood burning  annex heater.   Excellent  condition. Phone 885-9507.   " 9925-41  FOR SALE1  Screened Gravel ...��� $12  Unscreened Midden-Shell  .   D��rt  $jo  Road Material  $5  for 5 cu. yds.  Block Septic Tanks 6V Well  Linings    at    rock    bottom  prices  ' A. SIMPKINS - Sechelt '  Phone 885-2132  DSHtfn  BUY and save on quanuty-7  Smoke fish and fresh local fish'  only. Plant at James What-.  Sechelt. 885-9721. "' 78-i:t&���  WEDD1KC dress "for 'sa!e> size ���  10.   885-W27. 9915*4  ���.J  fcad  M  A$  ���p's-%1  t^(     WE  ', ^v;|  ..**'��'1  *-*l4Si/l  P*?*-  mmmmmmmmmi  1 \ .4 9  Sechelt Peninsula* -  Unitarian Fellowship  ! Regular Reeling  each Thursday  8:00 p.m.  Earl Haig Camp*   *  Roberts Creek *  '    .- -it*  C3 -  . -**^  :       .��0  *ip_i  Sunshine Coast  Gospel Church1  ���      (UndenomfnationoJ)  Sunday School 10 q.Yn.  Church Service  11:15 a.m.  PASTOR REV. S. CASSELLS  Setmd Pork Community Half  f-  *i  ST. JOHN'S  UNITED CHURCH  Wilson Creek, B.C*  Sunday School���9:45 a.m.  Divine Worship���11:15 o,m,  * Led by M*ss H. E. Campbell  ���     ���  Except on 2nd Sunday eoch  -  month , .  Family Service���11:15 o.m.  Divine Service���3:30 p.m.  L��d by Rev. W. M. Cameron  ��*������  BFTHBL BAPTIST  CHURCH  SECHELT  SERVICES,  Sunday School ��� 10 a.n.  Cfittrch Service ��� 11:15 o.m.  Prayer - Wednesday 7:30 p.m.  PASTOR  REV. A..WILLIS  ' \ Yoti ate invited to attend  any or eoch service.  P  The Times  Phone 885-9654  .  -.��������������**��� l  Tho  Anglican Church     \  ,    OP CANADA  Kccipr Rev. Jnma 11, Ftrwiwon, B.A., Lih.  .._,. - ,���.. .-.^ Phono H85-*>7��>J  Sunday, October 3> 1 J?65  CHURCH OF HIS PRESENCE���REDROOFS  11:00 a,m,r~--Communion  ST. MARY'S���GARDEN BAY  3:00 p.m.���Harvest Thanksgiving Servlco  ST. HiUDA'S���SECHEl^  7:30 p.m.~-Evening Prayer  ���*.��,  c\.  'WtW*!* (.�� ^fr'T'^^l^f^Wf'W*"  tW****1  *    *��Sft.Vl4^ M*> *p  !t.'7  j,\ i'  ���^���NC,��W*f ^nwn-nhH***'���*��**> w>v,����'��*w..  H^^nwwilt^mt<i *-Sh arV �� w*(. & i j, j n*n>i-"n**w ��***+f"!<*���*���_. *vj_ , ,i u   ��  m  i.i*_...  '���' t*'i 7   J'     <*'77 ^AA'^p^j V I K   %hiV*rav-.J3t^iM^"H*'-'  ���*J*1*** n'Pil^^Mfl ��ViJ#- H**f*#t^i*.i*>t*.f^^(irf��i( rt-n��t^i* s-w^m .r*s>a piUi...  .���r**T&L._.    *L'.  ���***��**i _*�����������"���H*f>l|*��B��.��*~- *^ ���    j -��,  *' .  J_"  Wed., Sept. 29/1965    Sechelt Peninsula Times    Page 3  />���****>*,.*> W.-S. ****��M*ii  "Stljfcjui^ A* jT*^  ,"X hw^^>i,*r*Mw^^  Roberts Creek  . u  EofeerSs Creek ��ciu��ol  plans programme clime  Ladies auxiliary    '<* ,  successful event  SATURDAY, Sept. ,18, was the  ���   date QJt the^ annual; bazaar of  the- ladies' *- Auxiliary,   Royal  ^Canadian  Legion  Branch  112,  Render Harbour, and it proved f  " to be a big-success.    , -        *   y  j A, large crowd, gatherd in the  Community-7Hall   at" 2   p.m.  where 'there, was a; large as  j i  -v*h-*��    jt^-j^S til**-- Vtm.*-9^T .,  I*"*''*- ������ ^-M-V-Tf* j: -  BoydyShannon  Conservative candidite  T      .        *���   7   7-'. 7      x . l j - , '''  attacks shoddy record  BOYD SHANNON,  Conservative-candidate  in  Coast-  ' vCapilano/ kicked off his campaign at a rally in West  SUBJECT b unanimbus parental approval;VneVteach-1 SSUTS*aprons^aM^chUd^ Vancwver Community Centre on Wednesday. Much in  '   ing program will be .introduced, to, Grade: V pups^tens    garments, ' ba'ndknitted^ evidence were the local Young_(Conservatives or Young1  D-i���+- _-.���1_.��.��_._.-..w__..-.*  i*       ........ Shannomtes, who are a colorful, if noisy, addition to7  at* Roberts Creek School, this* term:  -   Parents were invited to a discussion   at   the , school, - last  Thursday where Mrs* A.*Peter-  son,.Grade:1 teacher explained  the new system which uses the ,.  Initial Training Alphabet, devised " by Sir James 'JPitmau, *  grandson of Sir Jsaac Pitman  who founded the Pitman system  of phonographic shorthand.  1TA consists of 44 symbols1  each representing  a  different  sound so that tbe inconsistencies of the present alphabet are  removed. It includes all the let-,  ters of the present alphabet excluding the letters Q and X..  No capitals are used, a slightly  larger letter indicates the, beginning of a new sentence,  -  Experiments commenced  three yearns ago in England us-  JUig this new system whijph has'f  'now   been , accepted.   Results  .have proved that children learn  'to read,quicker and with more  enthusiasm, in fact reading becomes such a pleasure that they  prefer to read than play, When  they are ready to transfer to  the conventional alphabet, they  -do so easily and with verylittle-  assistance.  School Principal A. A. Mer-  ling showed a film illustrating  the success of ITA. English  children *H_ years old were  shown reading quickly, fluently  and with obvious enjoyment.  Experienced teachers who had  been opposed to the introduction of the new system but forced to accept it, admitted that  they bad been amazed at the  progress of tbe pupils and  would never return to the old  method.  Sechelt kindergarten teacher,  Miss S. J. Firth, who arrived  from England recently, said  she had been amazed at thc  compositions written by Grade  1 students V who - had. learned to  read using this method, foreign  students attending English  school soon mastered the Ian-'  guage, using this new' alphabet.  Illiterate adults" in tbe forces  had' learned to read,, in six  months.        ' y  ... No decision was reached, at  the meeting as District Super-  Visor Mrs. Grace Wiren advised that parents have time to  consider the -new program.  School trustees Mrs. Celia Fisher and. Mr. Wm. Malcolm were  also present.  Loneliness is not so much a  matter of isolation as of insulation.  baby sets, <and, the ever >popu-  ,lar stuffed toys.-.- , . . 7 ��.,.  _ Another table, of, home-baked  bread, pies; cjake, candy,and  preserves soon disappeared,  along .with flowers ahd mystery -  parcels. *  -,  Afternoon tea was served" ait  nicely decorated tables.. *  TheCraffle prizes were rwon'  by the following: , .> \  Mrs.  W.  Sundquist," Garden'  Bay;- Mrs. Peggy; Bruce, Vancouver;    Mr.   Ian   Simpson,  Klemtu.     "Ay ,   yy  And the floor raffle, a grocery hamper, was won by Mrs.  D. Aitchison.   v  The ladies would like to take  this opportunity to thank all  who donated and gave of their  time to make this such a huge  success.  E.Ormrod reviews  Science fiction tales  in the public library  WHAT THE western once was to the small boy reader,  the science fiction has become today, and just as  there were good writers as well as potboilers in the westerns, so there has arisen a flood of books dealing with  the problems arising out of the discovery of new worlds.  Some   are   what   one   teen-       aged reader referred to contemptuously as "space soap  opera," but he was a sophisticated reader who * demanded  more of his author than the  staging of the'present world's  population in an alien world.  He agreed that Azimov, the  American mathematician and  Clarke, the British scientists,  had faced some of "these demands for an ideal of a new  world in space.  Even Jules Verne, and H. G.  Wells (��and what a library run  on their books, follows an appearance in film!) had really  not dreamed up men or creatures with a new and fresher  concept of life. For these, one  must turn to other authors.  October 3rd  II cli!  aeuML   schedule TurEsey shoot  SECHELT Rod and Gun Club is holding a turkey shoot  at the club grounds, Wilson Creek, next Sunday, Oct.  3 at 12 noon. This is also a skeet and trap shoot, novelty  shoot, surprise games, and refreshments will be served.  Ladies are welcome to participate in the afternoon's  sport.  For the beginner in science  fiction though, there is a favorite with the junior high readers,  Heinlein, who has "Podkayne  of Mars," and "Door-into Summer," both on the Sechelt Public Library shelves.  Bradbury with "R is for  Rocket" is also a newcomer.  Norton, whose historical novels  are also popular follows that  trend in "Storm Over Warlock."  Isaac Asimoy,._or more mature readers usually has one;  "Robot" is one of his newer  books. These are all available  in the Public Library Junior  Section and are a good introduction to the growing field of  science fiction in the space age.  Capt. Shannon* s campaign  ', Shannon ' attacked'' what - he  -termed "the shoddy record"-of  the Liberal'government. "AThe  auto .parts treaty is typical of  its  ineptness,"   he   said,   and  claimed' it /aided  not the car  buyers but only the manufac-,  hirers. "Fifty"million,dollars in  savings -could, and\ should/ be,  s passed on to, the  consumers,  but the Prime Minister himself  says there -was never any- intention, that' they, should benefit from the ^treaty." /The current promotion by mail and in  the-press of tbe Canada Pension Plan also came in for cri-.  ticism from.Shannon..He said  that the total cost of $2.1, million, was "the taxpayers' -contribution to the Liberal Party  campaign fund."  , Capt: Shannon promised that  a   -Conservative ���   government  would restore honesty, integrity  and, competence to the conduct  of   public   business..   He   said  that a program of positive action  was   needed,   particularly  in the field of medical insur-  -ance.-"We want-to see a comprehensive plan similar on a  national basis to the plan recently introduced by the B.C.  Government. I want to be free  to choose the medical coverage  I feel I need. The Liberal approach is to compel you to join  a government-run scheme, the  Conservative approach is to let  you decide for yourself which  plan you join and to assist financially    those unable to afford adequate coverage."  Speaking on behalf of the  Tory candidate was "George  Chatterton, who represented  Esquimalt-Saanich in the last  Parliament. ~  "The Canada Pension Plan is  'upside-down* legislation," Mr.  Chatterton said. "Those with  the greatest need get nothing."  He said that a Conservative  government would add $25 a  month to the old age pension,  charging this to the Pension  Plan account. Mr. Chatterton  also claimed that the plan-heavily penalizes the young people  of Canada. "You are no longer  free to provide for your retirement years of your own volition. A Liberal government  claims to know better than you  do what your needs are and  you will join a compulsory pen-  Activilics arc well underway  for thc 1965*66 season with regular meetings held on the sec*-  ond Thursday of each month.  Members attending thc September meeting wrc disgusted  to find that vandals had broken into thc clubhouse. Rocks  hod been ��� hurled through scv*  cral windows including the  three largo ones which had  been placed in the new kitchen,  last spring,  Main topic at thc September  meeting was the formation of  a pistol club with competition  between Squamish, Gibsons, Sechelt and Powell River. Recreation Director, Phil Law*  rence is arranging this club and  any pistol shooters interested in  joining tills squad should contact Mr. Lawrence,  Junior Rod and Gun training program On firearm safety and shooting also common*  ccd on Sunday, September 20.  New members.are welcome to  join the club, adults and-Jun*  lor s,  \  Williams Lake . . .  ��� i *.  Local teenagers for  Cariboo conference  SPECIAL honor, has. been,, bestowed, on tho young .people.  of St, Hilda's Anglican Church. Thoy have bcen officially asked, to prepare and lead all' tho youth delegates  attending thp Provincial Anglican Youth Conforenco at  Williams Lake; In the, St, Hilda's teeriago sbrvlqo,  The  conferenco Is  to  tnko  MAKE GOOD MONEY  IMMEDIATELY  WITH VERY LITTLE EFFORT -- There Is an;  abundance of SALAL almost on your doorstep  ���All you hove to do Is pick it, after a few  simple instructions. Bring it to us and we pay  top prices. Men or women pickers welcomed.  .��,��*���**-*.��.*��* *.<���* *  pinto in D.C's cariboo country  over  the  Thanksgiving  weekend (October p, 10 and U),  Seven" young people will be  attending from Sechelt, and tlio  cost per teen will be $25, Including bus faro and the three  ��� '-t t~t9��fpage +  John Hayes at RIed Fern & SVaoss Supply  985-9313  sion plan. Next, they propose  that you shall join a compulsory   medical, plan.   Each   of  , these7is, a r-further erosion of  your most precious birthrigbt-r-  your freedom.? .. ,  Mr. Chatterton said that the  first report of the Economic  Council had stated that techtn-  cological and scientific training  in Canada rwas 20 years behind  the'United States. Aid ���to education would be the first priority, of a Conservative govern**  '��� menf. Aid to education is \aji  investment which pays foritself  over and over again. He added,  ''It is an investment in our  greatest resource���our -young  people."  On the subject of natural resource development, he advocated inclusion of railways in  the Conservative-originated  Roads to Resources Program,  thus qualifying-the PGE for  federal- grants.       - " v  Mr. Chatterton concluded by  saying: "A new spirit of optimism, prevails injhe _Cqnserva-  tive" Party today. There is ��io  doubt that this great national  party, a party again united,  will form tbe next government  of Canada."  ������$\A.<i;:AA:s<.AL \ ?����*��,..  fJCANADAOlT^  *!a5��tK*r'V,';fc  I'i%'���:i.K'"A'��������� m(WVfo:{,'S A��'A$Agy-A i  \W..wy8.;-;,iB;i^'.8M.B-f^yfy;.vt^U>.l  ffmiiMB^  ���:^A.tii!0*& Aii^^AfM^^M^^<z^M  1 The name of the person  you are addressing.  2 The street number,  street name, or post off ice  box number, apartment  or business block- suite  number, If any. '  3 City, town,or village,  and postal zone, If in use,  province, too.  4 Your name and your  complete addres^ In the  upper left corner.  * > A '  .?.  /,'"���  >  >  l  I  4  \  V  ���',  I  )'  "I,  ��  i  \ ���  I  7  A,  ���,.-...  .,,,.,,p,  ..������'*���. i.  .ry..  A.  ��������  ���|  .. -At ���  Ai>>"  ' >l ^^s8^M-*-^-^^sv.ia"t^**r.*a^  *   t  X  jr. V-  IS -to  ( -  'I    ���  ;!>"  1  -I  H h  i v  V I* *  1.'''  kas**-Sfe4S -*. *r-����.^��^~*fer-,M,  ^"^^^v.**^^  >^_-*i-!-* ��***i-  ^ _ . .*��� i <���   w   *���*���* ���?   -*, j> *     >    p^***-*w-G-  Teen-age Liquor  (Cowichan Leader)  ~~  A COUjE^ENAY magistrate ordered a young offender to be  jailed   for   failing   to _, disclose  the   source   of   liquor   he   and  companions in _ fatal car crash  .had been supplied with. After  three hours in a cell the young  'man   made   a   statement   and  .shortly    afterward    an    older  man was taken into custody.  Sechelt pEraNSuuv^ift-i*  * i r      '. ���. ^  "J may be wrong, but J shall not be so wrong as to foil to say what 1 WievTrb be r!g1it."~-'3om Atkins  i         ,    ���     *                      .  ""��� '    -���������"��� ������      .Wednesday, September 29,1965    - ,����������������-��- ���  J  Abamtfomecl CiMseiis  Wee Willie        J  Wakeful     -     7  "Wee Willie'"Wakeftil's a very.  wilful child,       .   . ��� >       v  V  Really isn't naughty, just a wea '  bit wild, , "r   '-' .  When it comes to bedtime,,   A,  Willie can't be found, <.   ��� ,-&  And has thc folks* searching/   ���  everywhere around.  ���  Once he climbed a mountain,. -  planned to .stay all night.''1  hitherto   is  iiunerio   is   requirea   io   cum ����*--������"- j.��j. auuui nw_ nn_nui_, viv-.uij--s.ui}j;uaai����.- idci uiutH ui wnui incy are ana  this pernicious hquor traffic a- the sorry fact that far too many aged citizens are    to the old folk down the street.  -r_____      ��� _*     _"��*___     _-_,*��_��_     l��i-_      ___*M*m��__._��_J      _-__���_���     _-_����� _al_*_**i4 __-_*%  sion and it can only be assumed our civilization teasing Mr. Sun.  leaves a great deal to be desired. _,     ,        '                -   <\  _.           . For when the dayYwas over and  One major advance as far as the Peninsula hls wor-_ was donef  is concerned wvoiild of course be a senior citizens* old Sol threw a blanket over  home. A move was made along these lines some everyone.  opinion   that   the   law   itself the age of infirmity,  .might   aid   the   process   and Unlike the Chinese who hold' a profound  make for more sensible drink- respect for age, our almost barbaric society sees  4ng habits by lowering the leg- fjt to discard its senior citizens with utter con-  al age to 18 years. This has tempt. Having reached the stage where they are  *not   been   dons,   even   though no longer ^f^ an(i in poor financjai circUm-    Iloine- ^ raove was maae along inese lines some     everyone.  ,T��any young people -would not stances; they ^ ieft to their owll devices to    months ago as a centennial project, but was un- t^,, Wl���ie ciimbed a moun-  tie affected by it as many peo- survive ^ )^t they may. '    '       fortunately ruled out by the powers that be, tain, ,he very highest one  -.  now coreeraed"with iwo/at "      This is certainly not an easy situation, to  -        There was talk: at that time of some of the And tried to pull the blanket  any * price. remedy for in many cases, our elders prefer to    service clubs spearheading this scheme at a later    off old Mr. Sun.  v Youth  must have its  fling refuse assistance and even when possible, have    date. Certainly it would be an admirable under- jhe bjanltet wus- j*j.e vcjvet  too   many no desires to enter senior citizens' homes. We all    taking and should warrant the full support of all     d     and thick and ^7,  however,   and   far   too  many   ���*" ��-<-^"<-' ��v ��.u.u _i*i--ui -_ili<.^ii_   ��u��iicj>.   ����c an ����"6 ������*-��� ����"uiu ��an��im uic luu su-jpwii  vfeel that the taste of beer is have our pride and this attitude is quite under- other organizations oh the Sunshine Coast.       ^   And Willie couldn't reach it, he  something to he sought at as standabie but unfortunate, for after all, they do '* Indeed, this might be a good time for serious  . tried and tried and tried.    ,  .early  an  age  as possible.   It have the company of their own "age group and thought along these lines, for with the large sums Then he got a brain wave, and  .leads  to some, sorry  spectac- do not live-out their days alone. ��.. ~-  * - raised,during..a-year by each individual organiza-     found himself a pole,  les, such as that of the- Van- -_"    On the .other hand,' there are cases of aged tion, the combined resources of all of them would And right into the blanket he  couver lad,,, aged 18, in court {<,& jiyjjjg un(jer extreme privation while_50HS _ be sufficient for a very good start                      poked a little hole.  last week on robbery charges -     ��-"  ���.   A -  .who said he,had��been,an al-    V-..          ,    ���                -em' "m_.____        -m: r   ^ _c.b�� "'      _��'   -��                                         And thus Wee Willie Wakeful  coholic since 16. Liquor is one '                                          JPiWfll��    MlMclg��    ^IflPpIIlg made a little star,  "companion" youngsters do not                                      ' ' STJt         ����                                            gu. ,-f you ^^ ^ stopped   *  need   but  when  young  people FERRY  Authority public relations  man, Rod down south. "   '                                                          there, wrong again you are  earn adult wages at 18 years          Fraser, hit the nail on the head when he They do in fact have some cause to feel this For Willie didn't know that he  of  age,   as   many  are  doing,- recently advised the executive of the Sunshine way for as Mr. Fraser' pointed out, until news'    had made a star,  there is some reason for soc- Coast  Tourist Association to  start  publicizing' releases are' put_out-Jegularly, informing mem-And kept on making hundreds,  jety to Tethink this whole pro- the part they play "in promoting the district. bers and potential members, just what is being     here and near and far.  n^�����.u,-i���        .   i *-.   .-.             ' Tb*s advice* Was given during a discussion done to bring the lucrative tourist industry to the ������ __.   . ��� ������,���. ..   .,,��� ,.,;  Meanwhile, we feel the Cour-        *-_    j-           _ .    -                   _ -������              . *. ���       ��     , _,    _._    ������      * .                 ���          "c poked a great be *ky full,  tenay   magistrate   has   offeri ��" the *lt? ���e.d ^ U1CreaSe a faI,!0S memb^r: afea' * �� natUrfal *0ub. ,wUl eX,StV         . .      . ,.       tm Mr. Sun got cofd,  an example other magistrates ,sh,P; which dunng the past year or so has proved Naturally funds will not permit a patd pubh- And when be foimd what cau��.  might follow. If liquor brings far from satisfactory. President Len Larson was city agent. It would, however, be comparatively     cd u   how  |hat  man  did  young  people  into  court-and quite right when he^tated the present operating easy for each committee chainnan to periodically    sc0l(j"  they are below the legal age, pudget was far from sufficient and would only submit a list of his committee's activities to one His vojce cam_ down Iikc  the bench has every right to improve with more members. member of the executive who in turn would be     thunder  Willie was afraid  get to the bottom of the of-         Many merchants along the Peninsula who responsible for the publication of a legible report And ran right homc lo mo|h_;  had previously paid an associate membership of for the Press- Thrce or f<?ur *���?s a year shouId    and never since has strayed.  $10 balked when they were told fees had been    not ,mn��� tnn prMt a h*rr*c* ""���   T*  MORE ABOUT . . . j   increased to $25. Biggest complaint from many  .Local teenagers ot them is that they hear nothing of the accom-  from page 3��� <���    pHshments of the organization, and indeed, there  days spent in Wilhan^ Lake. 'Jf others who genuinely Relieve the.association  To faise fun^s these young does nothinS other than send a few brochures  people   have   already   held   a  car wash and are offering their Of Many  ThingS .  .  .  servi_p<;   to   anyone   who -will . '���1 '_   "  fence, even if it mteans jail.;  by Ambrose Hills  services  give    them     a    job���washing  floors, cleaning windows, baby  sitting- you  name  it,   they'll TAXES RUN UPHILL  do it, just phone Alice POtts at UNLIKE water, taxes run uphill.  885-9552. When one province imposes a new tax, the others  Rev. and Mrs. J, B, Fergus- quickly make that an excuse to impose the same.or a  son will also attend the confer- higher tax on. their people. When any province raises  ence  as   part  of the   "Voyag- a tax,, the others quickly raise theirs to match. What  eurs" who will be leading the lesson is to be learned?  hootenannys at Williams Lake. _    ,    .....  . _.._���_.-.-���  _. _   _ . Surely it is that wc ought to. fight tax increases  Times are moving so fast in wnercvcr tncy ^^  bccausc cach' increase" leads to  the church thtese days, that the       ..      -.   '    . * ,  service created  by St.  Hilda* anothcr' Tax gathcrcrs arc raPac'ous-��� ���  teens  for  use  in  Sechelt last *�����> my opinion Canadians ought io try to get some'  November   is .already   out' of simple, single tax formula which could not be changed,  date,  Most of the service has Today there is such a complexity and diversity of taxes  been   rewritten.   Contemporary it is hard to nail down thc worst offenders. And it  (folk songs are used to a greater means that all of us must play a constant guessing game,  . degree: Eve of Destruction; cur- wj,h thc politicians.  ^Cde^h^me^ing: sT-fc < , A *���*���� *���"- ^ ?"' &�� V "T  kecnagers, if you care to listeh anU no ^ues,l0n nbo,,t ,u All-taxes; come-from the  to what-the words say,' (heri -^op'-V and i"11 ,hc PC0P,C nrc entitled to a clear pic-  is a real message there, Christ- ,Mrc ��' what the taxaiion situation is from government  ian principles can be expressed *�� government. Today it would take u Phil��dclphiaj  -through this No. 1 song On the lawyer to figure it out,  1 hit parade, just as easily as , i have a friend who is on ti fixed, income, To Mm,  ���through old land favorite hymns; -|,c..e constantly Increasing taxes Work* terrible h>rd-'  '. Since the teenage service was ship. They may" not be too'woVrlsomc" fd, 'those of'us  eld   in   Serh_.lt     !-��-���   \r��.,��~' .  not impose too great a hardship on anyone. It  would, however, prove of immense value jn re- N��w -v04 sec ��h* star hoIe* ��  assuring'-lost Jmembers. that dollars invested to    the bIankct *,,I,�� :  the cause of tourism are well spent. For Mr- Sun w'��ft't P8tch lhcm��  Visitors to the Peninsula during the past , *e saf he ncvcr w,u-  season increased -greatly ��� and added considerably ��,use l,c cfn ^*P m cyc ott  to the economy of. the district. They didn't just   **** ���dS"1* at night  arrive   by   qhance.   Countless   numbers   read And!*c they go to bed to sleep,  brochures advertising the area and came to sec     un,,, ,ts broad day''&ht.   -"  it for themselves. Proof of this is available in the a . >  form of letters to the Sunshine Coast Association. My Fiery Steed   '  as well as the fact numerous calls and letters, Anit j I  were received at the offices of The Times, from /*"��* *  both Canada and thc U.S.A. "LU-C a kni&hi of old, 1 am  Mr. Fraser's advice was accepted by the     vcpy bo,d  association and it is hoped some action along As' ride "*? ficry stccd��  these lines will ensue. The public image of the And ,n,CH l cou,d ,cl1 of whl��t  organization could  well   undergo improvement.   bcfc" . *  and   the   promised   news   releases   are  eagerly Ar<r h^r-raising ones indeed  awaited " '   " " "* ��� '  mw��  "1 have .stemmed the tide of  rivers wide.  My. fiery steed and I.'  And in thc forests deep, where  dangers crcCp,  Wc have looked death in the  eye-  ^^       ... let a smite lie 'your umbrella '  A man collapsed ^on the street one day ond was  (revived by rescue brtathing���thc new method of mouth- oAnd |n Mnnf^ ,���nds of dc5cf>t  to-mo'uth artificial respiration^ He was taken to hospital     sands  again. Semi-conAcious,' he heard t|ic doctor, point, out ,We'vc rpdo from dawn to dawb  ��� to thc two "nurses with him1 that now was the time for jn scarch qf |nkc�� that were "  them.^to learn rescue-breathing technique. At this, the     just ^CH< '       ;  patient raised asliaky finger ond pointed to one of thc j0 *lirc j ho traveller on,  nur*cs���a well-stocked little blonde, "Teach her first!** .,_  he whispered.    ' ���    ' ' 0ul nov. 'm home, no more  , .'. ������        . ���;   . . ���    >      ' I'll roam, '        '  For thc road is very.hard,"  A woman filed a claim with her Insurance" com-    ~" "-" '".",'* -"������.���������mu,  held   in   Secheir'lasT'Novcm; To' Z727nr��l l��� "T"16fcW rT ��! "* *"lny for ,hc ,0,i of i0niii i^ls valuerf ai $I500.-Af(er *���" ��* ��������� M-who all day  ber,   several  churches  on  S !__ _^ZJ?\l     k ?"' 5fd T bcncf,tUn8 'rom d��<= Investigation the insurance company.sent her their J*��  Jowcr mainland have alw held Si*0??      T  ' m?,'�� h1? <he.  mCfln.,hi dif" check. Three month, later, much to her chagrin, the WilW Dobbin 'round tho  them. ,'.. nH u   u ��� be,WCC-" -C" -,iV,nB and 8Cnulnc har^$hiP' 'Ycl m,,sln�� icwcJs ,wncd ��P ������� ��� ��ite-o ��he had Lr^d m - *ftrd'  i>Tbo. Sunshine, Cohst  can  be ^ .���,!?!. .       ,0J^,"'n'��'. iTf!i?h. P��vcrnnWnt the attic. After a short hard bout of wrestling With her -  _fr_._A.___j     __--   _t T   IflXCA iTl_V_i   nrrwhfif mA _*_-��/*_*_r*/4 I* *    ��� '   ��� _._        �� _���..'_ **  '*!��' An  ��*���-*-��  *The man, was more .than .4 fuel Is taxed, and no doubt other province* will impose  Utlc,;i.an��M>ycd.,.wbon. a ��nelgh7��' similar tax If Mnitltohn getshway Willi It;" '''*"*" ���"   --  7  for. mophoncdat 3 A.Mj 'tUKJ .    , Often taxes nre Imposed on moral���jrriindi. LI*lMor|"  ' SJJrS? toudly00^?   I   cti f0r *Mhpk;' h ***** h���"���*e' -^verumeni, think .   ��� ,llSp," Tho neighbor Juing"up U,C **��f* W,"( TPr0VC' ! rPPM0 ���,tal !^Tt CT^' Thank, to the alertness of (he aporlcastcrs and the  . . fcfore  he- could/,protest;  Thd pcop,c^..favor b,l1h f��ntrol,^overnmentft w|H Njn,tp   mhue)n 0f modern communication, It Is often politic  fallowing1 mornirijjint-3 A.M. bo ,aH l,n,)|c',' , to know tho score of every ma|or football gamo Jn tlio.  called, hi*' nc|gbl5or .nnd ,*��ld,     '   It l�� high time tho taxpayerMorted amulet rebellion ,country���except the one to which you ore listening.   '  *'i don't have a dog." ngalnwonr ridiculousmxfng proccsi,     l '''..' ,  ���-Bill Vatifihan  ;/.   JCu$JI��hed WednWdaya1  *S .--. '.V./MtiSeftholt;!' ;���   -,v  Sunkhlhp Coast. p) -  ,.    ..      ,,bV."  r-'-.ZA':  , Sechelt Penlnsuk Tlmea Ltd,  ;flox-?Hl��Sw;hclt,(��.C/. '.  * fcrytrigthe artd froln'    ;������������*������ >p ���������. ������������.       'PortMeflon,toRgmont    ,  ,,',toi* lor thwjjht 'Mom Hound to tervh lnlet\   DouglaiO.i Wlteeler, Editor '  X P, Alsgard, Publisher  ' Subscription Rates;   ���  , (In ftdvanco)  I Yonr.M-2Yean..$l>  aYenr��S13 '  -    US, and foreign $5 50 .  i  ,\  brought desirable results. Some FINDING of the body of "ah'elderly'* man'in   and "daughters or xlose relatives enjoy a life of     Piai��,co l�� ����y a,u *wi; ���.  greater effort than that made          Gibsons recently, who had been dead in his * comparative luxury close by, totally ignoring the_But.!,00n as cold wmds chdled ��� -j -  required   to   curb home for about two months?'vividly-"emphasizes,- fact much of what-they are'and posses, they owe   "him, home her came alngluV ,      ?  i-         .   f.. ��)._ _ ^^^.., 4*��n. ti.y.t fn. ��--.^ .���.,_.. ���~~a ^.:.:���^__ -_���    ._ .1.- _u _._ti. _i_____.                     -.               Then he found a new game, ' j  W.J...WP *J^U(.^W�� ^p^wP*.[Ji  if r   * vs" p * *��* p. . ��'���"- >* *( ��pp^ p * t*  ��^***p ^n��rt��|p";iUi>.if�� n��n^u'*.< ur4��,>*it   ' (-, UWC-fl"*"*.'< i.*! ..<  .t;,��;w,.'T  ��!>PP(f*'p(*!^p (^ **tl.i ZZ ' A  I*  v1      1*  t' '   v  '1 ^  '  *t*fw^>+ ��Ap*  H wl^'Ml^t'J-AtiW-rt-^��-l    **--i^/jrt#^jtt  +*~*sh*- *��t#*-^^^-i��^^ -p^yt^s^z^fes?;  pw_. r *>*-*��*v* y.'i'JU.-'..  1, Ji��5K5r_!_i *��. a^*^������cw'->--^4<^^ %(S��*-����wM5*pi^^  ^>UV.W    -VV-  By Lorill Kilborn  *^. 3        4 *��� "*  ***^^OT��*^,��rf9,'V**^-ft^^ 4***S��il*.**  wSrffAl** WfHyww ruw-tf*-*"**.^  *       i***  *, , *v   -  1 lems7to see how others handle ! Wed,, Sept. 29, 1-965,   Sechelt Peninsula,,Times - Page 5  them,  such "as  when ,a7cbildf'  ���unites-tiariBour f  wdcmes stew teacllers  *"- , S'T?��hB?^ C^ d��'it;'^- 7Cpivener Mrs." N. Brown. Mrs., ^have to?en ears, aid will* hiarl W" '  * cant; i^        -    ��� '7"    Eove ^expressed* pleasure over   a pitch variation' of' a one-half.^ "  :o-opera-- the"' good - attendance * at' this  7vibratibn,others    can't,   distin--;   r*.  ir,-tq^be,  fifst meeting of,the '65-'66 sea-'* guish tbe pitch variation,of xQy1' 7 -'  filled  ilT *��� cnn  -" ' T-i_-r_K-.nc -    "Rut"     ht>     aAApAA A  ���      expressed* pleasure  ���, Mr.  Powers asked ^ co-operation in the map survey/ to*  circulated soon,- to jbe fitted  to'indicate area and residence- -< �����,���*'      '  �� -^   v      _���  '  -  -^"-��!__7^ _^J��7i-Ti,7v^iC      Business of the meeting m-.  and ages of children.in the dis-v cluded rt onitbe award.  trict. This will assist in-fortmi-*-   "uuw ** **t~*��. ���� ��*** ������--��  vibrations/ "But,"   he   added,*;t  1 "this is not ot say that a^chilo,K  will be discouraged' or pigeon^  ,;< Another   "new"   teacher,   of  .,             k      _   ,                  league teams, and the heljr of" and jPetert were read."     . ,                             -   ..  Sflf an^4V K S*5 ��H;** f>s'together with fiookr reptal-;>adults   itt'"tran_pprtation %&*,   ^letter;.dated September.15^   $?��.�� ��S��� ��!*����**���  Stickland, resident of Madeira - fee, which was done here for.  games. At present, Mr. G-vWes;   received from* the school board       * :������   .' outVat this age ^elementary)! if�� '  thpro   ic   an   antifilrlp. ���   ?**"  Park  the first^time this year, is for'   nedge, local forestry 'ameer;,as;; Replied to a request for a pro-  ary school, and the new me  thod of collecting student council fees.  ' Regarding the schedule, Mr.  Skeiton stated that tbe new ar-���  rangement gives students the  advantage of half-hour free,  time at the close of the school  day, which could be used to  get extra help from teachers,  for.sports practise; or for general association with each other.  Collection of Student Council  dope formerly. This is the usu-    owji time> after school and 6n��. " Present to speak tpthe meet-  al method used in other schools. , Saturdays  to' -.see-' W* Jheioa-,, i���g ���to* give information-on the, ~  Mr/'K. Powers/pilttcipal"of?"��l*uctitrtr and practisejfm- the' ,i,and artd music-program was.f  - Madeira''-Elementary;-reported -t?a,ns,   which v-.he *organi_^^f.the;ne^districtJ>music- super-  _.___ -_.^����_ x_ __     ___.-,,   fWiththe hope that >elp wqiM^.viso^i^ir^jT^iayne. Headly.   J  be   forthcoming   from    other   * dealing, specifi'caUy with the  that addition to the school isf,  coming along just fine. In his  greeting, to parents present, Mr.  Powers assured *,thenr} Iherir is",  a role for parents in schools,  adding "If you don't think, so,  just volunteer when our library  is operating, and we'll show  you what you can do!" He urged ' parents  to  compare  prob-  men- , t  ,'.-,'���'���'      " '     ,VV/. ^band/IMr^Headly, stated ^that^  ;", y -President, -Mrs.  J. &oye\in~ , a,^towl OEiaW^phpils, from-Ma-  '  v-_*��__r__ ���_�����*_ #4 4i��__-_ _-�����__��������� ____>_-*_%_ __-_ _i-r^�� _4_^S��*__ 1_lA<n/i��itM��tr'       __���<___[     �� 1_l_v*-_-l __*_*  troduced the' new executiv  Vice-President" Mr. K. Powers,  Secretary Mrs.* R. Lee, Treasurer Mrs. E. Cochran, Membership Mrs., L. W. Kilborn,  Publicity/    Mrs.    K.    Powers,  deira IClementary'- and,-Pender  Secondary, had expressed, interest and' he emphasized that  he is not hereto set records in  numbers. Students will be given  an 'aptitude  test,  since  some   -������,#--,  NEED A CAR?  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"S*.      *"* .M**^.  ���**���   <   rj-rtFJ* **3-*,- _ _  -.J..'    -���   _     _   T^JJrf-^  J    Wed., Sept. 29, 1965    Sechelt peninsula Times     Page 7  Kin installation  NEWLY-installed Kin and Kinette officers, present at   ^shu, Mlke Hargreaves, flank  installation ceremony are, from left, back row, Mike   stroshem and Depms^Spence  \r__    .__     _r��____  i  <������   *  ������������ i  IJhil -Lawrence.  Mr. and ,Mrs.  Bud   Fearniey,   Mr.   and iMr_.  Frank  Parker,   Mr.   and* Mrs.  Tom Parish, and Mr. and Mrs  Doug Wheeler.  i A comedy skit ^presented  the   Kinnettes    caused '  amusement  and   was  foil  by a very pleasant evening  dancing to both recorded  live music supplied by^Roa Li  zee, guitar, and HerbTEtudolp,  accordian.  Gibsons president  DEPUTY District Governor Dave Bruce congratulated   and Vicky Vestlie,  Ken Goddard as new president of the Gibsons Kins-,  men.  ���,. Retiring presidents ;  BIG HUG goes out to retiring Kinette Presidents l_or-  The   very   excellent   dinner raine Goddard of Gibsons and Wilma Stephanson of  was provided by Silvia ttcNnit   Sechelt and Deputy District Governor Dave Bruce appears to enjoy his work.  Popular event . . .  Cf mbintd IiiSiIiSlii  iti riiiisiM ^misiiei  JOINT installation of Sechelt and Gibsons Kinsmen and  Kinettes was held in', the Wilson Creek Community  Hall,  last Saturday evening.  Deputy Governor  Dave  Bruce conducted the installation ceremony assisted by  Pete Hanlcy of the New Wesminster club.  Prior to the installation rctlr*       log, president of Gibsons Kin* . .   , . ���   ������,�����������������,.  ,_���  ��,_  0���,  ncftn  Lorraine Goddard fiaVc   S   . X 1^    HnnL^f  ^no  n report of tho club's activities ��**   S"^\ J^-Ill JS  ...uiJL   *\.~..,r.A   ��-.���.    -i<i,n.,rtV. to the Polo Foundation through  which   showed   lhat   although ,.    i,..ai,���_��� �������_���*. ������_��� ��� _���;���  M-.��w.KA^t.in ...��_ ���.����� iJ-ha  iL the Mothers March and a sum  rncmbcrship was not largo, the . e      .    ..    c__|.ni, nA__AO  s:is���Mhno__r* ��c,lvc &*iiM^2*m  Kin reported tlint membership ��� Receiving   100   per   cent' at*  hnd doubled during the year, tendance   pins   were   Morgan  The  club   had  sponsored   tho Thompson (seven-years 106 per  blood donor clinic conducted by cent),  Ralph ?3tcphanson  (six*  tho Red Cross, organized Hal* year 100 per cent), WIUlo Taka-  Coast Capilano Federal Liberal Association  Invites You to the*$965 Nominating  i i  Convention To Hear  DR. JACK DAVIS,  Parliamentary Secretary to the Prime Minister  M,�� IJ-,-*-   tJ_.���,    ���.-Ht-I  a moderate priced jiire place  im^ssssussw^^  J.  The Honourable  MAURICE SAUVE,  Minister of Forestry  P.C.,  wf (/^"W^-tj-^.^ ^^v%y;a\mp-\^m,'J  *+r*nm*im i<-iiiww mt _w  A- SIMPKINS'���*-> CONTRACTOR  4  Davit Bay Phono 885-2132  A!  |.��i��Hi��*lt>4��������*����ipll*l|4��.����WP.U>P<J(*. .M-W.MpW4HWWKW.altW * J��l ^fcf��.l.����l i.*****��H><��*��*^W4*.  MAURICE SAUVE, ^.C,  .WW**"**** W4��-WW>**Nr*l A ***���**(   ***(  ��� tf*  *  *������>���}',.  **a*&tccivc->,  ivouu  reierMm,   n^cut  ouosnem,  lienmsj-  _uiucers instauea WJere.7;UiD-,' a-,        -   -      ,   4 m_���_.'1w��^_jj_.__�� -  Spence, Ralph Stephanson,, WUHe Tafcahashi, Glenn Phil-' -sons Kinnettes^p^iaent; ��Bet-^ _"^_-_; v       ._ ���*wf *���?,a��."f   -_��� n/r   a-   -  Spsand installing officer beputy��veWr^7BSce.I �� &W'*frti^ tJ^^'SZ' H��2��   "���  Eront, Pete Hanlty, New Westniinster; Wchelt President-let Peterson/Secretary-ireasur- ��� ^^^f^T^S^ con^rafculat?ons  from  ��*"���*-_  Morgan Thompson; Lorraine Goddard, Violet Peterson' eT ^"ame,Goddard. ^~ president Glenn Phillips. ,4 .,,   ;  and .Gibsons President Ken Goddard:'-   '   .    - - r -        > Gibsons vB3n-~Eresident; Ken      ���- *���-^-_���������-- ^__,  ���, ��� ___.  _^ .^ r __,_-_  Goddard, Wce-Pr^ritBmce   i - r^^>  E 4?7s��irr   ���"  -    "       #y' ��    '*-*     "*������*   "    "'   - ' S-m?son, .TreasurerJJorm^et-.-        ^wr*_^J>'- L  C ,-��t>      W,wH-._ -      'fA   .-   .,      :.V__S.^t    _ . '*: "l<    p���*1 mH H<.rr!tW_** in n,mMn        '        ��*.&-   . fl?__V_ !_*�� 'J-  >  \.  tt'l^fltiWirt* M f��f#*������H��JPl"  >!S  ^Wt'f."*'**1*  _^3^\^^^^  ��**.  Sofiird��y> Otfdlber !2 -;^0 jp��m.  AVAION i(MOTOR HOTp.  MARINE DRIVE, NORTH VANCOUVER  *  ' r_��_, <?�� -.^^v- ~**- -^^-^r^^^,(��^^^v^rJi7!r-^-*^ rs*. v.-^ *s_ _:���  .**���'���:   ��*!���  -. V, h>��PlW  _       1  ? t ���������<'-* j '- /VKtv'!i'*-��i <* *.* *  .   7  Page 8     Sechelt Peninsulo Times     Wed., Sept. 29, 19*65'  _-fe_��V Arm -   ' *M,-7->  < \x .- -rv*.: . *  Clean job  THE- FINE crop of-potatoes falls away from this ma  .,   ,         , ^..    ���-���� ���r chine, free of loam and soon dry in the autumn sun-  ��^^-_^iiW^_^w f h,ine: R��y Bolderson and Bill Parsons Jr. keep a watph  Heavy work  THE BACKBREAKING chore of bagging the potatoes was carried out with the help  of the Sechelt Kinsmen and considering they bagged about 18 tons, backs took  quite a beating.  ful eye on the mechanism, making sure nothjng7get$  jammed.  Al  S**   A  .���S"lS''  $;M-.y ���  y.  Weekend farmers <  IF SOME of the Sechelt Kinsmen and Kinnettes have been walking around with bent  backs lately, this picture will explain the situation. They worked in the potato  field for two weekends gathering in the crop on the Parsons' Farm. Pictured from  left,  Morgan Thompson,  Sandra Parsons, Glen Phillips and Mike Hargreaves.  p,   , <  if  7  !  1- \  i p.  7  l  ' >v  t  p i  '            4       i  P          1*  .iiii  t1  ;.  7,;;;  '    V 1  ft    .  a r       ,  ��� 4  . " ���  L  4, ft  A  ,; ?:  r.-  1':  ���1 p.,'1  7'.  t 1*   1*  (j  1   1  1    '    *  It;  fo<~  Prize Mare  BILL PARSONS proudly poses with his prize-winning,  California-bred mare Wine Baby. The animal is duo  to foal in February and it is hoped to continue breeding  stock in future,  - ������ CflCMf If S���$W*** Gc&tttO*'T"***"**"  W����on Creek,,B,C,   , Phono 005-962A  AGENTS FOR      '  .IftF^rf.^lfW^ft^il*^^    Bumper crop  BUT A SECTION of tho excellent harvest as the potatoes wore stock piles In tho heat  controlled vermin proof barn, recently completed on the Parsons Farm,  mwwtwi  HOMELITE-McCUUpCH - PM. CANADIEN - STIHL  PIONEER CHAIN SAWS and \  JACODSEN ROTARY MOWERS 1  '      PARTS and ACCESSORIES iyJ "  COOP RECONDITIONED SAWS ALWAYS ON HAND  '��7.""'7  rM * A*'+* '/!-*�� ���*"���' ".v;*^*;  ;,V^rr��-^ ^��;n(H*U^,��,'l��'r'/,*'f,T^*(M^fiMi ��,.��(*-  *J^rr**'**-  fr���  r1 ���   -- *">t* ��-/'<tRc*r*^>V-  ��-('������ ���*���* V*-��-> ��-*�� *i  Wed.. Sept. 29, 1965    Sechelt Peninsuo Times     Page,9-  Squdrihgiv^oiirs  jf ���  - --'������ip  ���''- 7':7 . - 7\i '^-r-byMotirice Hemstreet A  WELL' HERE we grow, again rfsatu/day iught' the, Se* \ "  chelt .promenaders were having a ball as usual; and'  were joined by. a new couple and *nioi-e> This-is kind "of \  haid for newcpmefs "to the square dance^piqture.     -7 - l  To   join "a   club' that   has ' ��� ������"������-���������.��� -"���'-������ "A~~ , -  square    danced' fon   several '~AA ''A' .   "A ������ .r     '  -7,  __yearVu7iakes a_lot-of nerve,  -P*Mer J^i���' caU lfrs__Pejv ,a  a,blind eye, one" deaf earand    ry "and hurry, hury, hurry!     v7  "' a lot of bluffing,' but if one is    ,. Yes, ,we have square danced '  really interested in square dan-    in , the' Pender Harbour  area. ;  cing and there isn't a. learner's - There .was  a  successful1 open  ,class lined up, then this, is the    air dance at .the forestry stalest way I know how to1 get ��� tion at Madeira Park da July  lTlt/\       4* _*-__,        _*���_���_��- #_*�� ��� *>__._���___* _.___.._./. _��� m -.______. *. - -~_ __ _-_  v  ,*. v.        Modern barn .-^  RECENTLY completed, this 85-foot barn contains Tfour large stalls either for, horses  into the square dance picture.  My taw Peg and I joined the  .Sechelt Promenaders in just  that way in 1958. That's seven  full square dance seasons ago,  and neither of us is sorry' we  joined. "We have had some wonderful experiences in the  square dance world and are  looking forward to lots V more.  We were very glad to have  Sharon Keeley, Colleen Dooley,  13, 1962, with Don Tjee calling,  and what" with all the marvelous refreshments, it was a  night that will never be forgotten so far as I'm concerned.  I   suppose- a   lot  of "people,,  want to sftnow, why I'm so goodf.  looking. Well, I go to bed quite \  early and sleep an untroubled *  sleep 'til it's time to get up, ,\  and this is known as' beauty  r  sleep. What did you say? Oh!  NEED A  NEW or USED  Pete Wray and John Wray as    1 should go to bed earlier! Welt  new participants in square dan-    if you say so good night  cing, and I sure hope they keep  coming. This makes for a bigger and  better club,  for fun,  relaxation and just plain community friendship, so why don't  you come too?  Yes, it looks right now as if  _ square -dancing on -the-Sunshine Coast will pick up quite  a bit this year, so if you are  interested, get on the phone  and call Harry Robertson in  Gibsons, Bud Blatchford in Roberts Creek, Jack Whitaker in  "Wilson   Creek   and   myself   in  Sechelt   and   don't   forget,   in  TRY  Peninsula  Motor Prod.  SECHELT. B.C.  Ph. 885-2111  - Ted Farewell  _.��  �� ����������*�������� ��������  Almost pets  THESE three plump young Aberdeen Angus calves have been brought to prime  condition by Sandra, Karen and Bill Parsons, 4-H members who accompanied the  cattle to the fat stock show and sale held in the PNEAgradome last week. Sandra  and Karen prepare to give the animals a last grooming, before the trip to Vancou  ver  Successful venture  Farming revitalised  by local businessman  ALTHOUGH there was a time when farming played a  a large part in our economy, it appears today to be  a lost cause and more and more valuable acres of cleared land are going back to bush.  However,    one   resident    of      her first success being the  California State Fair. Her racing days are over now and she  will be kept for the breeding of  top class racing stock.  It will be some years yet before the farm will become self-  supporting but with the help of  Mr. Parsons and his family,  Bill expects to eventually have  a profitable holding to be  proud of.  one  West Sechelt,  Bill  Parsons,  a  man of many parts, apart from  V operating Gulf Builders Supply,  not only has interests in logg-  ," ing but over the past 10 years  hns been active on thc estab*  lishrnent of n healthy looking  40*ncre farm.  v Ten years ago his home included about five cleared acres  with a further 35 of woodland.  Today \Ue bulk of it Is under  cultivation and last week saw  the harvesting of an excellent  potato crop with a yield of 12*1  which is an above .average re*:  turn, , , ,  Much of the work Involved In  raining a potato crop is carried  out with machinery, A small  farm, however, does not wnr*  rant' the usp of expensive m��-  chlhpry which carries out '"thp"  entire raising find hnUK'nil operation, The raising was done  by mechanical moans, the bag*  Ring caused many nn acting  back/among members of tho  Kinsmen of Sccholt who, kindly  volunteered their services for,  the tedious task. "      ,  -,r����w-.p.��i**,BllthaH.ai8o,.ralHcd.,8omo��ilno*  quality Aberdeen Annus cattle  011 the farm, In this luv, has  been ably assisted by his two  daughters and son, Karon, Sandra and Bill, all active mem*  hers, of the 4*11 Club, This wcok  thoy take tholr stock lo Iho 4-11  Bhow at tho PNE grounds,  , , Another Interest ot. Hill Parsons Is brooding raco horses,  Ills prlzo-wlnnlng h)aror Wlno  Baby,   a   Callfornla-born   and  bred beauty, is due to foal in  February.  She  has  won' a  number  cf  events in Canada and tho USA.  The chains of habit are gen*  crally too small to be felt till  they are too strong to be broken.  ��*  to the  MADEIRA PArtK^BC,  'UiMeWr*  ffl W��S��(W, Wl!f*^l��pBiMp*^W*'���***tlN^***t^W( M)Mf#**t*Wt  K&sMt tjfcp-fataMhg-pit��SfflsH.ij*!WM  Sladey Logging IM  CONTRACTORS FOR THIS  BUILDING  085*4457  VJ^*&.t&tw^Mm$^m&**>IH:'  ;t��t-^*t{ ^^*4M��^*��lM��^MtllWM^M ( WtiW"*����>*"i����H"  W  J  ��,J���....V��.'.i|i*~~..-  ���I ��� ���    ���' s  H ,,M  VH'  ^"S^ VvQ^%^V^'^^X^'fr*!t��^��  %&  A  Brt   7  ,-p -'  I  *-'  ��  "V  fi "**  *  fit  -^  7'  ���' 1,  ���J.  [vs*,  *fM*~  t .,  <-*  '(j. <  * >  .i��' ^  > ^^f *���"*"��� r�� (^f-^w^wi-^.^*-*..-^.  MhW������jfcf!pi^ <S*N s%^J*-ftSK!i&J  !_._  1   Page 10    Sechelt Peninsula Times    Wed., Sept. 29> 1965  V 7, ,\  S &m0id the Village  't7v-���  v  1,1 ��*��..�� .)���   v�����">'">��� *"'  Parents .decide  PARENTS of Roberts Creek Grade 1 students learn* all^bout1fce%ev^teacMng pro-.  - ^grsim which will be introduced in the school if they give th^ir,ajaprqyal. Sixteen  classes adopted the new method in Canada last year, with amazing results. The-  new alphabet removes all the inconsistencies of the pld^by-'introduclng a-symbol for  each sound:  \4RS>C_ $L' N|xon of $echeit has been enjoying the com- *  '. pariy of he?, son and .daughter-in-law, Mr. and,Mrs! >  A. 'U> Nixon, of Winnipeg. TAlso a visit from,old-friends, ���  Mr4> and .Mrs. Harry-Chappeirof Birtle,( Manitoba.'  Mn^and- Mrs; Oscar Thorap-    ����� -~���"- ���,  son of-Kitchener,'Ontario, have'��� ,cle and aunt Mr- and Mrs. \  been -^visiting "Mr. ~"Morgan^ Charles E> Thompson." Mr. ,C. ,  rhomp&la. |Q$car7who VMor-> E. Thompson ii. ah ex-Mayor ,  Jan's1 jbrother, is, a*ovell-known>  of Vancouver.-'-',    *- ,  fox- antt/n^nk.i,rancherV and' is' a baby boy was borJtum^Mon-7_  president ofr the^Fox .Breeders* \day, September -20 rto Mr. .and *  /Vssociatipn.-.^fter--visiting5 _Je: /.Mrs: 'Rob1 Lizee of Sechelt.^ * *' *���  ejielt'.they. completed the'circ-! <s * Mr., and Mrs., Stephen 7Rfeid \  Mr"' four; ,*,to~ jfJPowell"- River, will" be leaving jsechSH^ ih"Wid- *���  Camjp&ell7River;i. <Victo4ftkan$^ October .to .take'up $��rmanent ,  Va,ncauvef7^BeforV,sret5nnng' residence in Quesnel, a -where.,  home Mr.^and* Mrs, Thbmpsan they recently spent two weeks '  spent a few days .with: their un-'   visiting, rlatives-and friends. '  t. _  *-J***"**!C  Xf* -V i���V *  __ * c  f'**i  t -***  I  5i  Kl  t  '_  j-. j  J  ���A*ffift  s��i5c_f-\  3_jiaQDa^aocoffiac��  ^V       .N.*-- J>  Typewrlfer' Repairs"  Your typewriter cleaned, oiled, adjusted, and new  ribbon installed for only $8.95 when you bring ir  to The Times. (Mechanical repairs or parts are extra  ���you will be advised of any .extra cost before any  work is done unless we are, instructed to contrary.)  Adding Machine Service at same rates and conditions.  WB  TIMES   SECHELT - PHONE 885-9654  Qa_*-__G��K^  *     *~  -*'���  *-   ft'  j^af i___i 3 ��2. _s____*i  ���*�� i*��  3i i��   . ...     New method  MRS. A! PETERSON, Grade 1 teacher at Roberts Creek  explains some of the new symbols used in tiie Initial  Training Alphabet to Mrs. Lynn Blomgren and Mrs.  Doris Blomgren. New-reading books are delightfully illustrated and'ther siories* are interesting.  _________________ *_    ��� .       - -^ ���'���',���"���  Sechelt social notes  ���With Your Neighbours  rLi__.  children are nursed, taught and  fed; and the training' program  in "Pakistan where village worn-."  en  have ��� been - taught, needles-  work   which ,is '��� making -. them'.  ajole to cootribiite ;to -the family V\  income. -*   Ay %':. rfj.,_' / \^^ \ A'  *      --*J       l>   >,,^ .^f..,*. -*r���.       ', *-V  mima is en mm  IX3THBH  ^W ��� ���. C0��ERi\6  Ipsiiranee of  "every Hind  Improvements ond thc rise in market  value moy have "upped" fho valuation  ot your home . . . above thc edveroge afforded by your present fire insurance  policy. Review it with us!  ,   FOR QUICK RESULTS  USE   TIMES   CLASSIFIED  _*���*���  J. a G. (Jim) DRUMMOND  INSURANCE AGENCY - SEE i. D. FOR SAFETY  Phone 886-7751 -   -   -   ' Gibsons, B.C.  RECENT ��� visitors' to Sechelt  were Mr./W( ,A Morrison  (Bill) and his inother who is  83 years ��� youn^i Mr. Morrison  was at, one; time a partper in  Rockwood' Lodge and is a busy  man those; days mafntaing offices in Vancouver, California  and England, t^oth girls Val  and Barbara..' are now married.  Also. visiting the area ^ofter  many year's'absence were Mr.  and Mrs. Grant Hornc,.,Grant  was in-the Provincial Police  Force at. one time but later  joined the, RCMP with thc rank  i of. sergeant. He was <a forriier  president Of the Sechelt branch  of'the Canadian Legion. Follow-  , ing his retirement from tbe  police force he joined the  Dept. of Lands and Forestry,  Victoria. Both Mr., and Mrs.  Home were amazed at the progress on the Peninsula.    7.  v   Mr. and Mrs. \VallyJ'Schafd of  ��� Powell River have been* visiting -Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd ^Turner.  Mrs. Rathbone and niece  Sandra' have moved from Por*  poise Bay Road to Mermaid  Street. \    '.  SO rejptesentatives .  smew  DELIj:GATI<.S of the Womens,Auxiliary of St., Hilda's  joining with those' fi;om St���,Hllda's ladies of St. Pa-  vid'^, Westview, were hostesses at a meeting organizing the new afea^f the Sechelt Peninsula anil Powell  River Deanery of'.the^D-pcese of New Westminster.  Formerly'  pgrty'ot-!';.Ho'pthA-;--��� a;^a    :      \   ' ���.-     . ,  Shore, ,the WA groupsvhad, been  '  7 7 l     !       . ..7       '  under * the,   chairmanship   ;bf V ��t :Carcross;   clothing  drive*;  tars. Daniels of North\VancOTw-'*'^��TO  ver, Some,50 ladlt^,'Were pre*    married mothers; work among  sent for Uie luncheon i'iiWfcU^  at which Mrs. J. P, Berry 0f worTt?3fn India; Paklalari and  St, David's was chosen.tho,new ; J.n-?an-ll!h?, Ellz��bc,th Vry So*  hroa'/Uiairmon .*whlch<"moke8*��c,c^wllh*Uflwork*ftmon^4^  her a vice-president of tho Dlo* fn prolsoners; wero n|l briefly  ccaan board.* Board President but elenrly summed up.  Mrs. Nicholson, Secretary Mrs. , ��� piuVycar thc Dorcas Society  Grice nnd Mrs. Macdonald, Iho linn been moved under the  treasurer, wero also present, wamo chairmanship a�� tho So*  Reports of the work of tho worn,- clal,Service D^!pnrtmcnt^ thuo  en's auxiliary and tho annual ensuring a better, coverage of  meeting held this summer in the many facets of the work,  Ontario were given.       * ���    KspcclaJly  of  Interest   Is  the; '  Thc Indian residential,,,school    .work   In   Hong   kong,   where  l(;(*(I*-M��ttt9*ipW!*#c*BI-��i'  Starling SUNDAY, OCTOBER 17  GIBSONS, SECHELT, PORT MELLON  and PENDER HARBOUR subscribers  will ibe able to DIAL DIRECT to  over 85,000,000 telephones  "throughout N^rth America.  Direct Distance Dialing ��- DDD - Is a fast, easy way to mako your  L6NG DISTANCE calls. It applies to STATION-TO-5TATION calls.  With ihis now advance In telephone service, you actually did out*of-town  number* yourself, ' '   [ ' ,<"    ,  To provide this sorvico, new automatic equipment was installed lo put your  call through to its destination via lhe fastest available route, This equipment  automatically notes the charge on tho call at STATIpN-TO-STATION rates.  Soon you will rocolvo a booklet In tha mail doscriblnfl how to mso  Dlroct Distance Dialing. Kcop It by your phono for easy roforonce.  B.GMtt  mnsft muMmnupHom company  r.f.  ��*_���!>     ��\k,\*  ft**'-  1 *. 7 1  1 ���**. *l  .n    t\ I  ,^'t  tik \z   E,.i \�� jc i r *r��*i*  (Hit*     *>#%.*!),),���* -.  fi    <"  tr  Here is what  the Canada Pension Plan  will do for people like Robert Mai  a 55-year-old skilled tradesman  .-*  in,  %  ' *' ,.-******p-**p" "-.3-ft*-fl,   -*"��p  i*C*f   -*V***\-'��-* Vi*��V ���"���*�����-?-��� ��j|S  ,<s-i>s"m>  who earns $100 a week ($5,200 a year).  _, ���*       V  h/V ���_�����-*._  .?���   -    -_/  ***.***�� *._  ._r_?"5.v*��V*  1 ����� _n_  ���8_V  *fe  ��� H.V,      *��  t*��*_*W-1-s^     v  T>*&  ��*U^<S^��<i��M*il*����lfcs��F��J.  If Ro,bcrt works full time until ago  65 he can look forward to a  monthly retirement income of  SI04.17 from the; Canada Pension  Plnn and $75 from. .Old Age  Security���a total or $179.17 a  month. When his wife, who is  two years younger than Robert,  receives her Old Age Security  pension, tho Martins' monthly  lnpomc"\viH*ri59"lo;5254;l7r-M----  If Robert becomes disabled at age 60,  having contributed for five years,  he will get a disability pension of ,  $103.13 a month until he reaches  65 wlicn his retirement and Old  Age Security pensions begin.  If Robert dies after contributing for  three years, his wife will receive  a widow's pension of $64.06  -nmonthuntilage65rFrom then "  on her widow's pension will  become $62.50 and she will also  receive the $75 Old Age Security  pension���"a total of $137.50  ri month, At tho time of Robert's  death, Mrs, Martin will also bo  paid a lump sum of $500.  A1I benefits under t,hc Plan will  maiutain their ya(uc.,Thc  actual benefits payable will '  probably be higher than .'thb'so  given hero since benefits will  be adjusted to meet changes in  living costs and in wago levels  before they aro paid and changes  in living costs after they,become  payable.  What will tho Plan cost you?  This advertisement is one of a.  scries which relates some of  thc important benefits of tho*  Canada Pension Plan to  individual circumstances.  If you, llko Robert, arc employed,  and have earnings of $5,200  spread evenly over tho year, you  will, commencing in January,  pay at the rate of $1,59 a week  until 'your *3onlrIbu([6h^ft)f the year  amount to $79.20, Your employe*  will pay th<? snmo amount*  Issued by t  authority of the Minister of  National Health and Welfare,  Canada, ....,, ���  The Honourable Judy JUMarslu  >��iiw��w��^��&^,Msfcl^.''j*ief**w^  17  ��r"** 1  If  _* z  *' 1'tA  *t.  ,��*, . , I  tj ��r   ���*      ^miT .Hizflirfs*? -tl'W'^2     449f .*?__ ,kt&2 ,.-M*W      Hi-    fc.oQ    iMi.    -iirtd'l ,��s 0')/  -  \ v ���*���' _ v '.   '   V.-'   L '���.�������- ��� ^<JA V'K J-ij^M*.^  *��� J , J       .. *       * S  . .41 i    >     I       ' \ >,���  . '���     . ���      -       :  v^ftt  r  &  \V~"  ��� *  ^ *  7?"  [**   *    i^"  .v  fi "K  ' <  f>  .   *  i;|7  ii  ,1   ,  ���4  \ ji  _ ���  ' i,;'i  !J.:V}  Poge 12 . Sechelt Peninsulo Times    Wed., Sep.. 29,1965  ���"      -,*,     , i,,., .n.-ifr   n. *,. I,         ' .. I,. .i.  ,  * i  "*      n       .  Timely   AZ z aa:  BUSINESS 'DIRIW  ��Y  ��� ���. v   -T-   -"if -���*(*    -*���*  Welcome visitors _   I  FIFTY-two members of Mission City 0_\PO Branch1 No7 28 arrived in-Secheit last^  Thursday, executive members aboard were President Mrs.F. .Hendreh and Secretary Mrs. F. Hutchings. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Haley welcomed them to the Pehinstita  where they lunched at the Village Cafe. Mrs. E. A. Laidlaw.estimates that she has  catered for approximately 30 bus loads (average 40 persons per bus) during.the summer months. Our travelling senior citizens do much toward boosting the economy of \  the Peninsula.  L. 8. H. SWANSON LTD.  Septic Tanks andLDrain Fields-  .   Backhee and Front End  ''  Loader Work - ';;  Screened Cement.Grevel  Fill ond Rood Gravel ^   ..  **      "Phmo 885-9666  ' Box 172 -.Sechelt   -,-  TINGLEYS  ���Hl-HEAr  Egmont Eye  -*.,���  ���by John Duniop  IS THERE a doctor in the house?���Approximately 18  per cent of the population of the Sunshine Coast,  from Port Mellon to Egmont, are residents of the area  extending north from Halfmoon Bay. Ten-to 12-years  ago two resident doctors provided adequate medical  coverage for the people ^f this district, their services  being within easy reach and available at all times. Today we have a doctor in attendance at the Madeira  Park Clinic for two afternoons each week. This is progress?    Residents of the Port Mellon Mrs. Myrtle Dalton and Mr.  to Halfmoon Bay districts, Dave McNutt. Myrtle has  with two doctors in Gibsons been undergoing tests for a sus-  and two, sometimes three, in pected stomach ulcer- for the  Sechelt, have medical help past week, while Dave suffer-  close at hand when occasion a- e_ a heart attack and was ad-  rises. The rest of us are in a mitted on September 20. Lat-  more unfortunate position. Un- est reports are that both pat-  less one has the foresight to 'ients are progressing favour-  pick Tuesday or Thursday af- aDiy. On behalf of their many  ternoons, when a doctor _s at friends we wish both Myrtle  Madeira Park, sick or injured an0\ j)ave a speedy recovery,  people  must travel to  Sechelt  ���in-order to receive treatment. _ Someone on the local Depart-  This necessitates a journey of ?"ent of Highways crew inust  some 40 miles from Egmont be on particularly good terms  and 20 to 25 miles from the ���th the weather-man. The con-  Pender Harbour area. In cases turned fine, dry weather has  of emergency the doctors do ��� en��Wed ,���� .}*>&J* Proceed  not hesitate to make the trip Wlth w?* that W0��W hav^ been  up from Sechelt, but in others    impossible to compete had a  ' l.f��\_        _���-___-_ II       i ��->-'-----._->_���__* svW A ���_* 4       _*_C  the   trip   down   could   be   the  <:ause   of   unnecessary   suffer-  wet spell intervened. A lot of  gravel will be needed in order  ing and, on occasion, a matter    to k?eP tte road navigable this  of life or death.  When support for the building of a new hospital at Sechelt was being solicited in this  area one of the questions repeatedly asked at meetings was  'that in th event of the clos-  coming winter but,, at least,  the step hills will no longer  bother us. They have just disappeared and have been replaced by much lesser grades.  For a small crew, with limited equipment at their disposal,  Dave Pollack and his men have  .ing of the hospital at Garden    done     remarkable/job sd {  Bay would, we continue to have    and    lth ��� ]mlp diJs?uption ^  a resident doctor in Pender  Harbour?' We were assured  that ,such would be the case.  This promise has not bcen fulfilled.  traffic as is possible,  WE WUZ ROBBED  September 23,  1926 was  the  day on which Jack Dernpsey,  True, we have an available rated as one of thc greatest  and competent medical clinic heavyweight champions of all  at Sechelt, but a population of time, lost his title to Gene  some 1,700 people should surely Tunney, the 'fighting marine',  warrant a better service than This was an eventful day in  they .presently receive. The thc life of Jack Dernpsey. It  Pendejr ��� Harbour and Egmont was also a day to be remem*  districts can . support a full bercd, by another younger fcl*  time {general practitioner and,  \vlth 4hc cooperation of the  present medical clinic and the  people of this area, this could  be possible. A further look at  thc possibilities of obtaining  ���such service would be In order.  EGMONT EYE0R6PS  At this writing, two well*  known residents of Egmont arc  patients In St. Mary'H Hospital,  low; several- thousand- miles  from the scene* of the title '  fight it is true; -but one who  idolized Dernpsey and was  with him in spirit on that fateful evening. So much so, that  this young man's bride was  kept waiting at a South Vancouver church for a considerable time beyond the hour set  far their nuptials. Seems that  the groom and his best man,  both ardent fight fans, were  getting dressed for the wedding and, at the same time,  were tuned in to the fight  broadcast on one of the early  radio sets, the kind with earphones in place of a speaker.  They had separated the earphones, each using one end,  if you have ever tried to get  into a shirt, knot a bow-tie,  pull up and button your trou-*  sers (no zippers in those days),  put on your socks and get into  your shoes, all this with one  free hand, the .other pressing  an ear-phone to your head so  that not one blow would be,  missed, you will understand  why the blushing * bride was  kept waiting. (She wasn't blushing by this time, she was boiling). It also had to be one of  the few Dernpsey fights that  went the limit, a fact that didp't  , help the time element one little bit. Like watching a present #day whodunit on TV, our  heroes hung on to their car-  phones to the bitter end and  until they had heard thc final  result. Then ��� out to thc best  man's car (model T Ford), a  wild drive to thc church where  they arrived just in time to  prevail on the 'more than  slightly annoyed by this time'  bride to carry on with the  ceremony,  It must havc had a happy  sequel because Lily and I havc  survived 39 years of wedded  blitz, pardon me, I mean bliss,  September 23, 1920 will, always  be remembered by the Demp-  seys of New York and thc Dun*  lops of Egmont. Jack lost his  title, John lost his freedom.  P-��� II��� !���  ���-*._-*-.- ���W.-���.  FIndsse: 'Vclvctf'quctto,,,,'  Gibsons  NEED A CAR?  NEW or USED  TRY  Peninsula  Motor Prod.  SECHH.T, D.C,  Ph, 085-2111  . Tod Forow-ll  No Down Payment * Bank Interest  Ten Years To Pay  FIRST PAYMENT OCTOBER 1st  COMPLETE LINE OF APPLIANCES  For Free Estimate - Call 086-2728  t  msm��mM%wmmmmm  Marine Supplies Service  GARDEN BAY  BOATWORKS  1     A COMPLETFLINE OF      *  BOAT REPAIRS   ,    -  Gordon Boy, B.C.  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REALTY and INSURANCE  Wharf Road Phono 885-2161  ���'-���*������������������ ������������'���'���.���'���885-?M37-'"'-7: ���  f jj  i'.'.  .. ^pp ��pb ���* p**�� * ***  ** *; ;,y jp*"*.*(r**#, **^ ? ^T^r��^p*^-��-*"--*pw**.^ffp*��"iTM*^w i���� �� *p(^ pi,*.*     -.p.  , .���� 1��ww*.p��p*��p*Mp������������<<W ���.���*��"������ pi PMPI..I..'    n-p.W    tiiyl.    .*< .,  I\ "uuflift IJftjU*  ���*   \ !"p*''Ktl WH '<!/) 1,('WA'7"'f U,t>\1V*  B, . i,j.. ..     .  t  *r* p.. p..��.      i  P(||I��pH(A >i>w *,*iHw> ''*i1j'p  ,.W.!*.Pi^p,P.pPf;..tt >y. t* i   mp,..^ maintained%yJK^labdicape t j| '~ - >- ��* y. ..^v,-��*���*: L>^ - -> *vv  mtesiWralso7.1<��ks7'after ^tfie  planting and culuvatiiig of most  >   7 7 *  ot %evflower l^s*whichvadorn'  the Capital'fromV earlyV spring  , ,    ��� Vincent Massey Park    .,. ��� , ___._._*-       ..      _^  AN URBAN parr such/as Vincent Massejr Park is to ^^tte^1^0^^^ ���  veu for, young children.                   r *        ��."*��" ����"����  Times series *,. ;  1 A JlitJIlCli, murichi mijnch.(;.lot6f nibblingbills?^ *'-" *'  Find COANS fast in the YELCOW PAQES.Whereyour7  firigers do thetwalking./ ''  A **���  -   ** f   <p'��  lr   *  77-4V^  ��* t -j   ���*   > -" */���  Development of green  aids National Capital  and close to a millidn daffodils.  JTors many years now, the-jCana-  IHtan Juljp Festivalf iif Ottawa  lias been, attracting 'thousands  ol tourists^ It is sponsored, by  the Ottawa" Board of Tirade in  co-operation with/the' NCC- and  holds its official* opening every  year at the Garden of the Provinces, an NCC parkysymholicoL  PREVIOUS Articles de^th~witjnhereasons Ottawa, our Canada's Confederation, About  %     National Capital,* means so much to the nation as ��m .m^^ &d-Pf arranged .in  a whole and describe some of the work of the National *T<nLT?��^.f ��!l��e EfiS.  Capital Commission in? developing Ottawa.and the 1,800 0L1 ;Kw  square mile National Capital Region.               '   .  .     . America." Thousands 5 annu-  ��� AU- who. visit  the  National            ~          ~ 5��� alsfollowing the tulips also are  Capital noUce the*abundance of    ful spots on the banks of Otta- the responsibility, of the NCC  ��pen-green spaces in the cities    wa's watercourses, and provide a year-round sym-  of Ottawa and Hull. It coulf^be      The city of Ottawa itself does phony   of   color   in   Canada's  Said   that  tbfe  NCC  practices    everything possible to preserve Capital,  "open-space^ therapy/' affixing   tbe   huge   elms' and1 maples Open space within the capi-  _ visitors���who   come   from^ali    which   adorn  its   streets  and tal is further enhanced by ex-  ** over" the-world~-fresh and rest-   avenues. They complement the .ceptionally  broad  right-of-way  L \       $      ���f  (* "   _^w  y   ><��� -A-uK /.tyV> ty"1 ^K*yt **,  ;%ai  ZA l  'V ;t ,.  1     -  vuVi.  ������I <A�� ��,\n *�� i* * m  mMV-Omik ������� ��.*.*��'**A*W*i��* .*�����* ihmk'.Xi^'**^!!     . ^4M14t*lVVli*l*-Ql&'Jp^  ,4*-"*r Tr*..r*tii ", vtn ~ '*���  J ,1  If  ���f   . '  u  *PI   ,*. **���  l*. -^  ..<-<  CI"  i  *-  *-'  ft  *��* c  '/  Ih p  t  }   ���  Ii  t  i  *  *  *  ��  1  7;  )  i  H  'i  ���<  i  n  ,  jn *   \\T<7  ;7 *'V    ''^   :,.  -< ^'77,(7',>i "AaZ,  ��� t7^7,v' ?"-*-  r, IT *��P    ,(, ^  MT~-  i A:* v.-'   o -v "ii* l- J ~7 -i'r.wJ.7- su-U} VilifcW*raV*i4>C  ��?*-^4.   f***-.   " -   *.'     ��a s*i-^i-- ,(f*"   -^ ��,- -1       -,^   ^^Viiw^O'        v     ^^(W  *^*.jv*>-?m^  Poge 14    Sechelt Peninsula Times    Wed., Sept. 29, 1965 I   ;      . <,  Fellowship award . * ��  ��sister Hai bciiir man  stiiHies lit hmm  DAVID Lloyd, son of A. Lloydvof Garden Bay, has been  . awarded an Athlohe Fellowship* .wliich proyides two  years of graduate study.in England. .  David'was'one of the first- '"^������         "  Pender - Harbour   High   gradu- , supported the plan which1 took  ates to go .through university;    an   excellent   engineer   from  He -won-two-scholarships,- the' them, >it without any guaran-'  P.H.  PTA, and the Canadian   tee of his returning to it, Dora- *  Brewery Scholarship. , After  graduating from UBC with a  Bachelor degree in Engineering, TUoyd spent three years  working in the engineering  field with Dominion Bridge  Co.  "Technological advances are  so rapid, that to be away from  school five years puts one be  inion Bridge is assisting in expenses with- a "retaining fee'*  of $1500 per year.  Established by the Earl of  Athlone,, former Governor-General of Canada, the Fellowship  provides six hundred pounds  per year,-and-pays travel costs  to England and back.  Iloyd will be studying at the  bind the times. This prompted    imperial College of Science and  repitition of the spraying pro-  Lloyd to apply for. tbe Athlone  Fellowship. (To be eligible,, one  must be a Canadian, university graduate with good marks,  and a recommendation from  employer, verifying that the  applicant has real aptitude and  skill in his field.  It is to the credit .of Lloyd,  Technology, in London. One  full year will be spent in classes, and the second year will  be part class study, and part  work, on a student basis, with  English firms. Completion of  this program will .give him a  Masters Degree in Science.  Accompanied by his wife and  Monkey business _    UNUSUAL visitor to Sechelt Jast week was the gentle- gramme chamber wilf take  man on the right who is a VIP in the animal world, action to have claims of dam-        f t  being the only male Affenpincher (monkey terrier) in age verified: The Department and to his employers, that the- two children, David'left Van.  B.C. His owner, Mr. Gordon Frolic of Vancouver, bought of Highways will be queried on company not only approved and   "couver on September eleventh.  him for a pet but these dogs were originally bred in Ger- its  policy  regarding  the  per-    ������ .  ���  many in the 17th Century for rat catching. Puppies of ���t-ing of spraying,  and the m*     t                   ^            t      k t  this "breed are extremely delicate when young and have B.C. Tel., is authorized to do ftO-DCftS    Cf66/(   NGWS  a high mortality rate but mature into very hardy dogs.  At Pender  ColC. Tourist sign  hailed great success  EXECUTIVE meeting of the Pender Harbour and Dis-  ��� trict Chamber of Commerce, held September 20, at  the Egmont home of J. Duniop, hailed the erection of  the tourist directional sign, near Madeira Park, as one  of the best and most effective projects undertaken hy  the chamber.  Advice will-be sought on  procedure, promotion, sponsors,  and other factors involved in  the establishment of a Ships  Museum. It is felt that Pender  Harbour affords an ideal location, and that.such a museum  would save ships of historical  note,  that might otherwise be  ���by Florence McSavaney  MRS. WALLACE Johnson, third vice-president of the  Regional Hospital Auxiliaries Association, was guest  speaker at the friendship tea, held on Tuesday, Sept.  21, in the Legion Hall at Roberts Creek.  This  was i a  very  attractive    ���,      -  and    enjoyable    affair,    with  note,  roar nugm omerwise  oe    ^    ,   *-*v,-v�����*���"������    ��*������*-     ��*����    ents�� Auxiliary on Monriav Cic.  abandoned, and that it would    ovely Aoral ^angements on    J* *%*��?& !��?fi ��  A gratifying success financially, it will constitute a perennial source of revenue to assist in operating costs met by  the chamber. Original subscribers, whose names appear on  the sign, are more than pleased with the ^benefits derived.  Names of new subscribers are  being added, and there was  speculation that there may not  hie sufficient space to accommodate all who wish to subscribe in future,  as  the  sign  prove  to be a  self-supporting  tourist attraction.  Pender Harbour representative to the Peninsula ARDA  committee, Henry Whittaker,  reported that the first meeting  the bead table and dainty centrepieces on each tea table,  A feature of the afternoon  was a competition for the best  corsage rriade without the aid  of flowers. Mrs. David Fyles  serve to prompt boat operators to observe considerate  speeds. By law, boat operators  are responsible for any damage caused by the wash from  their craft.  Nothing has been heard regarding the construction of Egmont float extension, other  than information received earlier that tenders had been called. Request for a progress report will be sent to the Department. Information will also be  give tne opportunity of asking suestions a-  bout this type of education.' '  A special meeting was held  at Robert Creek school last  week at which Mrs. Peterson,  Grade l, Mr. A. Merling, prln-  saw   the   selection   of   eleven   won the prize for most^origin-    J^i  _irt v��   SowS  committee representatives from    al and Mrs. M. Meuse for.most'  dP5*1,:80? ;*Irs' .?���c*-5aS:  cannot be  enlarged.  Members    soug*;t on replacement for the  reported it is receiving favorable comment from  visitors.  Department pf Transport has  provided water speed lirnit  signs which will be posted in  the harbor. It was thought that  the set maximum speed of  eight miles per hour was unrealistic for a harbor of this  size. However, the signs might  Sechelt  eaufy Salon  Mr, Omer Lepitre  ANNOUNCES  Mm, Arnilra Pickard  hoi now joined our  Staff of Experienced  Hair Stylist*.  Phone 885-9525  -.  lop-sided float, at Indian Isles  Marina, where school children  await the school ferry.  It Was requested that the department of transport be consulted on thc clearing of Canoe  Pass, where sand is filling in  the Channel.  Efforts to have increased  RCMP coverage for this area  met with limited success, Tho  Sechelt Detachment received  the services of one extra officer for the months of July  and August.   -  In reply to chamber protest,  which listed reported instances  of harmful side effects of the  spraying of' roadside vegetation, the B.C. Telephone Co,,  requested "clinical proof of  damage", At this late dntc, it  would be Impossible to furnish  clinical proof.  However, ln the event of a  committee representatives  throughout the Peninsula, with  Egmont being the one area lacking a delegate. An executive  was formed, and an investigative committee* appointed to  meet with the provincial Minister of Agriculture, and ��� the  Federal-Provincial Co-ordinator  of ARDA. The chamber agreed  to contribute $20. which was  requested to assist in ARDA  committee costs.  The executive meeting opened at 8 p.m., and adjourned a-  bout 11:30. With nine executive  members attending, this makes  a total of 40 man hours, spent  in this onc meeting, in service  to the community.  attractive. Judges for this were  Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. MacGowan  and Mr. John Harvey. A corsage of gardenias was presented to Mrs. Johnson as guest  of honor. The crocheted doily  was won by Mrs. L. Benner of  ���Selma Park and consolation  prize of decorated cake by Mr.  Len Wray. Mrs. L. Farr was  official hostess and greeted  guests at the door.  Mr. Robert Barker, - who is  headmaster at the Free school  at Roberts Creek, will spenk  at the next meeting1 of the Par*  cxpalined the principal of the  new Initial Teaching Alphabet;  this is a new innovation in reading instruction.  i  Mrs, Mavis Christmas was  very pleasantly surprised one  afternoon recently when, calling upon Mrs. Helga Connor,  found she was thc guest of honor at a lunchean party. A number of neighbors and friends  took this occasion to present  gifts to the new baby, Jennie,  a very dainty luncheon was  served and a lovely corsage  presented to Mrs. Christmas.  One thing explorations over  the polar regions have proved:  There is nobody sitting on top  of the world.  WWMMmWAOWVWXWIWWXWIMWMMWWOWW*  ����'  4- "  i!  > *���*j. *. i  I    V  ��� I.  -  IB  mmm  W  t,t Ail       <*       * **���--**���-#  AT THE SECHELT RESERVE HALL  Friday, October 1st  at 8;00 p.m.  GOOD PRIZES  EVERYONE WELCOME  laps  BB  ARE YOU THINKING  of a furnace  THE FURNASMAN  FURNACE  can lupply all your needs,  "'" finance with "any oil co.  No down payment 'rill Pec. lit  DON}T FREEZE  Call Collect for FREE  Ettlmara  883*2643  CAR & TRUCK TIRE CENTRE  Let us supply all your Tiro  requirements  Quality.- Servlco - Economy  GIBSONS �� SERVICE  Phone 886-2572     ,  .fe^iffi^ra^  For Easy Budget Terms  Use Your SHELL CREDIT CARD  or Apply for A Dank Loan  ���yri..  , J*<-��"-f*^i -    fit * fX ^*w#'p����*M,ty*^f.^��..*****p***w,lvp-*******.*l.p I    I..I ,*V.I * . *..      .,    ,    -. ��.       *        ^  ��� .,���..,,��.* .A.pIpippp  . M.J.   ��.    ...J**1!,    \l   V   -I    \xr        IJ.I.pIi*!   'I f** *��� I - "H '���**** ���'  . ., p.... ���".,   p. .  , .   **-*** r /  ���".i.  ->  i  ,Wedv:Sepf;29r1965i: S&helfr Peninsuln TimW    Page 15    btrilfrcars.  ~ "~ :";   4;To   stert 4he7ball /jolltag- -  ^Canada   has   removed   duties  ^amounting ���to; $50', ntiUioitHott  , "jnanufefcfarers'V parish entering  t , feo^ the /United^ States.^Tor -  y,   their "palrt," car manufacturers.  On Ipflg* term >.-_';y, j^y -?7-f"V  PI  If  ���P* *     t'f  '     !    9*  *^_.    /  p.**.'. ���*/ v-    *  v-*f��*>  7M7  h arev comttitted^to invest sever-  [i     _*_^f_t��_i-*���*''>���_��._'*    "���"������        '.<��� .   ji���     a  al times that amount in Carta-  western Canadian consumers.- accordmlr to -.Tank notrie   ��� eaW-'tWfr r.���naH_ i��j_. - ��?,_  Mr. and Mrs. Jerrv Mielke  Mielke-Stroshein . . .    ,  Double ring ceremony  vows- ��� token-at'. ��bsbns-^v^f" ^r"  -* , ,       ���r"~^-****-"However"    he , continued,  BOUQUETS of dahlias decorated Gibsons United Church, ^'IWS:?0*^*���.*. ^e .  forming a lovely setting for the recent wedding of S^S&^J^-!"!? m3rk"  Myona7eIdest daugWof Mr. and -Mrs; Reuben Stro- edc&nad*ts *ade *���latl0ns un"  shein of .Wilson Creek" and Jeirry Mielke. sori of MrVatftT  waetar.n~r'^��*iZ~.~z: - -" -~ - -" J   Tr-J'0,-lJUt:cs--1*'--' ua3ls -strongly .turgetfcrflele*���^=r=  ?*JSS?iS??^v? $??^���ft*?*Wto*Z t<> Jack Davis, 'gates^that Canada needs-a ma.  Liberal MP for Coast Capifcuio in the last/parliament.      joritr ^government - to  Variy  .,-a   ���'-.i-Speakiiig, Monday, nigttt - to4 a<7~���^~rz���th���: A*-.J*���^7;;t*^i*Jgb>s*-ch7lonr term^ plaik' **  &    North Vancouver meeting:which,/til recent years." w^rausf s<*k~^to^^^ >>*'? r"J  **;    those delegates to .the Liberal   ,inore and.more free/*���*J- -^--v'^antiw^ai^-if rk___._.',-.;M-_? *��  1    nominating, convention on Octo *J it must be done c  ber 2,-Davis < said that a grad-*'? basis���phased1 in; __ ���,  ual reduction in car prices over * to1 cushion the effects ���_ ��.��_.      . ,*.*-��;����� * v*^ _����,_ _h��s_.  SL nex_ ,five^ears  will  see 1" cations brought on by exposing   ability'of eiitendingiSTich agrep.  1970 models selling for at least -some of our weaker industries* -ments as theauto paet, to othfer  r..v.��ui^BB iwut-iw w  uie  < *���- -L-av--> fiuuuea oui uiac 10Werp*",v'  average sBritj^CoJumm'an^who , car prices were' not the only - "�����*��* ni-.au- w Duu_ur^iuai.;  buysxa  news jeair^ every * three    benefits  from, the > auto ,pact, '^a,r whose econorh^fr^relies so  years, Davis declared, "A sav- * Manufacturers have committed  --heavily* on- exports-\ of forest  ing t>f\.this  size^wouid  mean , themselves to a ^harp increase' < products," he "concluded.'-7 rI  more ^tbans the    home-owner ��� in-panadian  production/while       Davis-is  seel_ing"&e" Ctoi&t  grant and^it would be14 a genu-    opening the whole of the con-    CapilaW liberal  Hie saving, not ^. mere transfer    tinental   market   to   Canadian-"   for the third time,  of tax, revenue from one'-sector  of the public tdNanother.".      7  -VThe*" consumer  Benefits  resulting from  the' tariff reductions'^ among << theu membersr of K<  the European Coinmotf-Market  did not. happen xivertught^they "  aref being phased in ovey^a* period of 10 years.s IftM imple^nen-"  tation of the autb.i&ct wilftake  only five���not an imreasonable  length'of time for subh a gigantic .undertaking,^ said Davis.  " A   widely-known   economist,  Davis * said that ��� ^"instantf free  , trade" was politically 'impossi-  ble,   wiu>t intolerable   dislocations in the work force and the  nomination  mm  ���3*H  *+,       iW^Ofry*  Effectve September 23r  **--*���*"- "-p-, * T(  The Chiropractic office of  1678 Marine -Drive.  *   -   ���   j . *��� i  Gibsons, B.C. will be open '  mOWDAY and THUKS0AY ONLY  For-your convenience the hours will be extended  to 7:30 p.m. on these days.  * i  ���-      i ���        > . -   -< 1, i -   - - '���  For appointment coll 886-9843 any day.  Mrs. John Mielke of - Richmond,,/B.,C.  Rev7Dr; R. R. Morrison of-'  ficiatcd at the'double-ring ceremony. The bride, given-in marriage by her father, wore a  gown of imported French faille  with wide*" neckline and three-  quarter .sleeves outlined* with,  deep bands of" Guipure lace  etched with pearls. The soft-"  pleated back fullness of the  skirt was caught under a tailored bow* and'extended to a*  full cathedral train. A pretty  sunburst of* ,lacc and pearls  held in place a four tiered veil  of silk .'tulle illusion, Myona  curried a beautiful bouquet of  deep  red  roses.    ���  Matron of'honor,  Mrs.1-Ruth  Barski, bridesmaids Ruby Stro  Wore white,lace overva-dress  ���of mauve chiffon and carried  similar flowers.  Organist Mrs. Jules Mainil  accompanied "soloist Mrs. Rk'  ���Birkin who sang- the, Wedding  Prayer during , the signing of  the register.  Eric Mielke,' brother of the  groom was best man. The ushers were Mr." Bi 'Barski and  Mr. Henry Stroshein.  The - .wedding   reception , was  held in the Royal Canadian Le-'  gion Hall, Sechelt. Mr. R. Kent I  proposed the toast to thc bride  and   Ucnda  school District No. 46 (si-cheltT  , The following classes will definitely be held at the times and olaces indicated:  ��� ���  -  Stroshein   took  charge *of the guest book.  .  .      ...       ,   .     ,_,---- 'For her going away outfit the  shcin, sister of the bride and , ,brido ,choso a beige suit with  Jo*Anne ' Nygren   Wore1   while brown accessories and Vore'a  lace  over-colored  sheath dres- corsage of mauve orchids  s��s and carried bouquets of am* Mr.  and  Mrs.  Jerry  Mielke  bor   chrysanthemums.   Flower hnve chosch Richmond, ��� B.C.* as  girl  Brenda  Lcc Korcher also their place* of residence,  ������'��� >  1  P  V*i��  illncsf. or injury bIiouUI prevent you from  working, -what would happen to your  rofiulnr income? Quito likely it would  stop'. . ,' but yourdaily costs, of liviijg  would bo sura to continue! That's when  you'll bofglnd'you arranged a disability  income plan with Great-West.  , For further  Information  wrlrojto  Box 381  SECHELT,  .   B.C. ,  Dryan E, Murhlnihaw  Kobart ti, l*o��  Great-West Life   JJ'0-TO~ :���-. '  Elementary Bookkeeping  ' Tuesday, 7:30-9:30 p.m.,  commencing October 5th, 1965  ,.   < ,at Elphinstone Secondary School.  Dressmaking' i  , .V  Tucsdajs, 7:30i9:30p.m���  ,,    commencing October 5th, 1965,  '   < at Elphinstone Secondary School.  Painting"for* Pleasure >  , Tjucsdays, 7:30-9:30 p.m.,  . commencing October 12th, 1965,  " - at Elphmstonc Secondary School.  Typing' -   ��� *'  Mondays, 7:30-9:30 p.m.,  commencing October 4th, 1965,  at Elphinstone Secondary School.  English 40/91  Tuesdays, 7:30-9:30 p.m.,  commencing October 5th, 1965,  '' at Elphinstone Secondary School,  Ceramics and Pottery       '  Tuesdays, 7:30-9:30 p.m.,  commencing October* 5th, 1965, < -  ���  at Elphinstone Secondary School. > -  Ladies Keep Fit  Thursdays, 7:30-9:30 p.m.,  1 commencing October 7th, 1965,  ' at Elphinstone Secondary School.  > \       i i*     . i11  Sailing and Navigation  Thursdays', 7:30-9:30' p.m.,1  , commencing October 7th, 1965,  at Sechelt Elementary School,  Woodwork **���  Thursdays, 7:30-9:30 o.m.,  commencing October 7th? 1965,  at Elphinstone Secondary School.  The following glasses will be started if instructors'can be found:  Mathematics 20/30        *       Mathematics 120 Flying Instruction���*  Physics 101 History 102 (Ground $chool)  Science 10/20 Upholstery  *   *   ��*<  ���i   Wo have not yet received thc minimum enrolment necessary to permit us to  start up thc following classes.in which jinlcrcst was originally expressed:  *  First Aid ' Lcnthcrwork  Basic Arithmetic  Cake Decorating  Chinese Cooking  ���*- Creative Writing   ~  % Documentary'Films  (Clbsons)  Fleinenlury French  Gardening  GlfnVrnppIng'.--  Men's Keep Fit  Lupidnry  +   *   *  New Malhcmatics for  Parents  Public Speaking  Spanish  Shorthand  I'orsonx wIshliiR to lake any of Uicso Hubjcct-i are,urged to soul li\ their enrolment form  and foe m soon asposslhlo. In many eases only a very few more enrolments will enable these  classcs'lo bo set up. No one can-bo-admitted to any class unless he of,she has previously  registered and paid the fee., In iwidlti^v to thc clttttnes orrnnged In Gibtions, classes in the name  , subjcglsveto bo ,��rrtu)8cil Itvpihcr areas if thero is..sufficient demand. For any information,  ���call RK6.2l4lr ���:'"-���"' '"���V7V'v"       ��� ���'��������� ~ ���;���.������-     '".   '  086*77?0  ���������������BHi  >\ S*
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The event, sponsored by Gar-
First prize of $65 went to -Science has never drummed
Mr.' C. Cooper of Vancouver Up quite as effective ,a tran*-
who caught a 26«A lb. fish, quili-ipg   agent   as, a   sunny
Second prize ($35.) Mr. John'springy day.        [y"    , v
New teacher
MISS DEANNA Sterling is another new teacher at Sechelt Residential School. She comes here from Kam-
loops Indian School where she taught for one year. De-
anna studied at Victoria College and was one of the dancers from the Kamloops Indian Residential School who
toured'Mexico last year. She was featured in a full-page
article in a Mexican daily paper in connection with the
visit. Besides teaching, Deanna is busy studying toward
improving her own qualifications.
3 way fight . . .
NDP elects lawyer
for Coast Capilano
TWENTY-right-yeaiMrtd Bill Deverell of North Vancouver has been chosen as Federal NDP candidate for
. Coast Capflanoi Vice-president of the B.C. Civil Liberties
i Association, he was Selected "from a three-way, battle
for nomination last Sunday.  ;	
Other candidates for nomina- m ^^ thousands of
ton were Mr. C. M. Buchanan Canadians iohs
of Powell River and Mr. G. Canadians J°bs'
Van de7Meeberg of Sechelt. Another issue, he said, is the
Deverell, ' married <■ with two need for Canada to develop an
children, practices in Vancou- independent foreign policy. Too
ver. * • - ,, long has Canada taken a tail-
Addressing the nomination wagging, cringing stand on for-
committee, the candidate said e»gn policy.
a major cgtn^aign issue is the Deverell continued, Canada
need to.harness the technology must'begin to make its own in-
cal revolution of unemployment ternational decisions and, not
through automation. Also thc follow the United States blind-
provision of federal capital to ly. We have to tell our friends
develop new industries to pro- down below the border that the
vide new jobs. world is everybody's show.
He said the Federal Liberal They do not own the the whole
Government has failed to plan shdw and they should stop run-
the economy of Canada to keep ning it before the curtain is
up with the technological revo- run $own for good,
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attractive new permanent premises for the Pender Harbour Office of the
Bank of Montreal in Madeira Park: We're moving into our new office over the
coming weekend and we'll be ready to welcome you there on Monday.morning.
Everything has bcen arranged for your convenience,,. a streamlined counter,
With three tellers' wickets for speedy service—improved safekeeping facilities—
.fluorescent lighting, an acoustic-tile ceiling, walnut woodwork, non-skid vinyl*
asbestos tile flooring and a pleasant colour-scheme... the most modern
features throughout. ,
In Madeira Park, as in hundreds of other communities across Canada, our
aim is to provide thc same kind of helpful service that Canadians in every
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