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Earl Cove,.Egn*ont.fly WEDNESDAY, JULY, 7, \1965   flOc  ' Authorized as second class  -'-�� mail' by the Post i Office  - ffl,     Department, Ottawa.  J * *. t s* 1 *i _fl-tarr *  "k    ^     Volume 2; No. 29  03  M  .88  In camera.  ���n-MIH_-_��_��M-H^Mpn-MMM-a^HW-MMHMM��  *   V  7V  Deputation of parents  HE. _L_h   -* ��� ���*-  7^* ^R Abetter, signea oy iw.parencs     ���   ^1 ^-   ������   ,-���  ^S'g^f-.vTdadeT_^envcbildren was   permisipn' to]  borrow   pofidO:'  2* Z SPresfcited fo .chairman Mr. Joe   ^^j ^^ # jMty. "^ wa.; -  A ^*���*����*.J*^,^ fL*~ 'fia stated tint no mohey has'.  opinion Mrs. Hall had perform  -^  ed her duties. most satisfactorily, and they wished her, to  remaih. If it wis not possible  to 'retain her services tbey  wished the letter to serve* as a  recommendation. Also they wished to know why the board  -bad seen Hi to release Mrs.  Hall.  After��� some discusion the���  beard decided to continue with  their, custom to -bold over personnel matters for the in-cam-  era meeting; and the deputation  remained for this meeting.  ��� Assistant secretary treasurer  Mr. Jack Phillips will be leaving-the district having accepted the position -as secretary of  Campbell River's Royal Canadian Legion. Mr. Phillips wished the board and public to  know that the decision was  purely a matter of economics  plus the uncertainty indicated  by merging school districts.  Mr. Lome Smith has resigned from ins position at Elphinstone High School, he has been  appointed vice principal of the  new vocational school in Burnaby.  Secretary treasurer Peter  Wilson reported that Dean of  the Simon Eraser Faculty of  Education iA. R. MacKinnon  will be speaking at a joint  meeting of Howe Sound, Powell  River and Sechelt school districts, either in late July or  early August. He will be outlining future plans of the SPU  and the meeting will probably  be held in Sechelt.  Tho board will send a request  to the Dept, of Education for  been  received > from, the  lage of Gibsons,- as yet.  During the, ..reading of correspondence, trustee Mrs. M.  Ball irequested? that a letter,  from Mhe" BCSTA be held" over  for the in-oamera * session as  she did not wish -anyone'to be  embarrased "by. the" contents.  -The-letter wasrin-reply"Jo "one  sent by the school board querying BCSTA policy.    .  Public library  now possibility -  PROSPECTS' of $ permanent  library loom good for Sechelt  following a special meeting  called by Chairman Mrs.  Christine Johnston last Wednesday.  Faced with the prospects of  the present building being sold  and no alternative quarters in  view, ,the library committee  wasj  commodation  a building could be put up.  Situation has now been changed by agreement of council to  purchase a lot on Trail Avenue  at a cost of $1,200, the property of Mrs. A. French, who said  she would be prepared to sell  the lot on condition it be used  for a public library.  The purchase means that a  library'will now be possible as  a centennial project should the  centennial committee so wish.  Suggestions have been sought  and so far a library has bcen  the most popular choice.  %   &&.*?:  Cigarette stub  sets off blaze  FIREFIG-HTING   crews   were  still  busy  yesterday  putting  out the smouldering remains cf  firefighters * ��  FOUR DAYS "after it started, volunteers were - still  fighting' the remains _of a wood fire which is believed to have started as la result of. a cigarette, butt. Altogether, about four acres were ravaged in the East  Porpoise Bay area back of Eour Mile Point.  Vff-'-^^V sv^DV  b---,,^-*.^^.^ in.,��� -vSHlfit"SSSKelt district  July 1st... '  Dominion Day hailed  outstanding success  BEAUTIFUL weather^Jargejcrowds^and, goodiplanning  Four-Mile Point,  in- the* VEJastr  Porpoise Bay area.  Believed to have started as  the result of a carelessly  thrown cigarette end, the blaze  raged furiously for two days  before it was filially brought  under control by about 20 men  comprising forest rangers and  volunteers.   *  - Two tractors were quickly  moved in to put up guards  and two small creeks in the  vicinity supplied sufficient water.  Mr. L. Chamberlain of the  Forest Ranger Station told The  Times, "we were fortunate to  havo water available, most of  the credks are getting low at  this time, There have been a  number of small fires in the  Woods and the public should  bo made aware, the situation  at present is extremely serious.  water prospects good  CONNECTION fees from 108 property owners have  been received to date and an efficient water system  for West Sechelt will, soon become a reality, it was announced at the recent annual general meeting of the.  West Sechelt waterworks district.  Of the 108 property owners,     ���  tracting for supply, in the future.  Terms of draft agreement,  for bulk water supply from the  Sechelt Waterworks Ltd. was  outlined. The document together with the bylaw allowing  the district to enter into contract with the Sechelt Waterworks, maps and statement  from the consulting * engineers,  showing estimated cost and Financial capability of the dis**  trict, havo been forwarded to  -7-combined-lasrTuesday to  provide  Gibsons  with   Health officer says,..  What was generally acclaimed as the best Dorpimon    ; ��� * 7  Pollution hits oysters  r   \  A A  r;, '  Li  JAI,  1  ftt-  .V1' 1  'i-ir,1  I!.''.  W-ri  Day yet celebrated.  Nitmbcr of floats pouring  onto Sunnycrest Plaza was so  great that Parade Marshall  Don1! Douglas was reported to  have,'been kept so busy ho lost  16 pounds.  Tho  floats  themselves  were  many* varied and colorful; each  and .every one of them worthy,  of a  prize.  Most  outstanding  was,i the Tidewater Players on* >  try which by unanimous deel*  sion)1 of-; tho three Judges' was  awarded  a i special  prize  for  best float in the show,  Not an oasy job', at the boat  L,. Pi j!i"9����.,Ti��dglng_PKpiccl^?fcs.,  tromcly '.difficult but response  from the: crowd when winning ,  entries   were   announced  Indicated, they   were   a   popular  ' choice,..' -1 ���������<.<, ���.- .��� ���   ������.���'-,!�������������� ���,'.���������������������..  ; Inspiring , music was provld*  cd by tho pipe band music of a  somewhat   contrasting   nature  , was suppliedThy tho M West Indian Steel  Rand.  An  Innovation of exceptional popularity,  considered too small to perfrom  thc famous "limbo" dance.  This, however, was demonstrated later in tlio evening at tho  dance which commenced at  0:30 p.m.  Great crowd thriller proved  to be the exhibition of delayed  parachute dropping by the Van-:  couver    skydivers,     Dropping,  from a height of 5,00Q feet, the  accuracy with 'which thoy land-!  cd, within foot of a rftlnuto tar  get nnablo to bo seen when  thoy actually Jump, la quite ro  mnrknhlo,  ���Llndlcatlont��ot*.tho*suece8a��offr  tho show was tho fact that thin |;  year tho crowd remained until,  ,woll intp tho lato afternoon, >'  whereas,last year It had dh*N  pcrscd by early afternoon, v '  !, Times, staff wore busy all  day carrying out, a comprchon  in Pender Harbour beds  THE TAKING of oysters from leases in thc Pender Harbour, area has been restricted, Dr. A. J, Cunning-  Ham,, health officer for Coast-Garibaldi Health Unit an-*  nounced recently. '   ,  ���������: . ... ,v ' . .'..'��� i ������.-:;  'He  stated  repeated  surveys'   Povveil River areai i  have sljown that the water; In,   j <,Bricfly    these    regulations  it was stated 81 have contract:  cd to become annual consumers, a further 12 will be seasonal consumers.  In order to proceed with the  project, water rights department requires thc district show  its ability to meet the repayment costs. It was therefore  unanimously approved taxes  and tolls be increased to offset  any deficit that might exist.  This increase will be offset by  each additional consumer con-  tHeT waFef^rights   department  for approval  By . waiting for the. winter,  vVorks program, slated ,to start,  November 1 about 50" per cent*  of the pipe installation labor'  costs will bo saved.        ,  A great deal has yet to bo  done but it is hoped all preliminary work Including submission of final plans and application ,for, winter works partlcl-v  patlon will bo completed  and 1  approved  prior  to  November,!  thereby permitting a start on j  that date, ..",',.-,   ,  o  ...               ,....    -������,���__������-���. l  ��.��v��.j     ...v..--    .vnM..,,..,...,      Mr. E, C. Montgomery and1  ^���''&i^;LK^ that   Mr.!C,  g; Thorold  wero  re*j  h|   Sam   * 4s^^ clcclctl   fts   trustees   and   Mr.  cZrfrom-?csldcSv along ��!r scwng0 A[^���1 W*��� J*^J^  tho shoreline - pnd' boats visiting  tho  h^rlror,  ;Dr., <?wpntngham  'fltatcd%,7'7;/V. I/,-'''A. *7!'7 7 ��� "  : mAs' fioen' as possible^ and, as  far a* the present ��*aff 8*u^'  tion will al|oW I .Intend 'to havo  a, survey carried out "of all por-  slv<- photo coverage. It is obvl*,   manont. and  summervrcsldon-  ously Imiwsslblo to'havo a plc*��ce�� In the Pender Harbor, area ,  turo of every entry and we apo*   to assess tho degree of compll*  logizo  for  U.ose   missed   out,    nnco with, tho Sanitary Regula  ble local board of health and  plnns must be submitted and  njppi-ovcd, Where plans havo  not been, submitted the local  board may call for such plans  to bo placed on file,  ! "Applications, for approval of  sewage , and,, plumbing. Install,  latlona should bo made to the  Coast-Garlbalfll    Health    Unit  of'MrrSldncy Patrick who has  left the district. 7    ., ,|  Additional consumers ,aro!  still required and property own*!  era who havo not yet made' ap- ���  plication aro urjjcd to do so)  al their earliest opportunity,  Any of the trustees may bo  contracted or write, to, Box 13<J 1  'Sechelt for further"information, I  Mcotljig was ' adjourned  fol  .Vt*^"^*  '',..' '  ��� ffi _r^��^__:* s*      copy    '������������ &" ���satt.iff" k - - "        ������ **��� ���,h- -��� v���r' ���  officer  said.  tees during tho past year.,  1.' ���  N��, '  r ^. ^v  ...�����,  ..(.i.i���i,..(,.j':.| i.��� Im  Page 2      Sechelt Peninsulo Times       Wed., July 7, 1965  i  Ikc^Etf Peninsuu^'-^I.       Telephone 885-9654  Published Wednesdays by the  Sechelt  Peninsula  Times  Ltd.,  at'  Sechelt, B���C.  Gross Circulation 1450 copies  t���'���������' Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line AdBriefs (15 words)  One Insertion Tj 85c  NOTICES  PENINSULA      Hotel      Dining  Room open from 8 a.m> to 8  p.m.   Everyone   welcome."'886-  2472. "   " ^ 9765-29  Three insertions v.  .1.70  Extra lines (5 words) 15c  Box Numbers, ... ,_ 25c extra  IF paid before publication, a discount of 25c per AdBrtef is allowed. Semi-Display, Super-Qisplay,  ond Blue Chip Display 1.50 per  inch.  Legal Notices:  17c per count line (5 words) first  Insertion, 13c per count line subsequent insertions.  Deadlines: Saturday 5 p.m.  "In the event of a typographical  error advertising goods or services  ot a wrong price, goods or services  may not be sold and the difference  charged to the newspaper. Advertising is merely an offer to sell,  ond   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: reas-  onoWe allpwan^  iroflie ch^^  of the ^advertisement will be paid  for at the applicable rate.  A composition chaige is made for  advertising accepted and put into  production,   but conceited   before  publication. Change from original  copy-when proof is�� submittedwto-  customer is also chargeable at an  hourly rare for the additional work  required.  Subscription Rates:  10c per copy, 50c per month (by  carrier);  $5.00 year,  in advance.  Special Citizens $3 year.  Card of Thanks, Engagements,  Deaths, Births, In Memariam, Coming Events, Etc. Per insertion (up to  40 words) $1.25; extra words, 3c  each. 25c Discount if paid before  ���       publicotiont j s ,   ������ .- -:>SU  CARD OF THANKS  WE WISH to express our sincere thanks and appreciation  to the Pender Harbour volunteer fire brigade for their  prompt arrival and help when  called upon last Friday night.  ���Cecil and Julia Reid.   9760-29  WORK WANTED  MALE   high   school   graduate  , requires  summer work.  Experienced with boats. Good references, phone 886-9548.  : '������^AAAAAy-AAAA/yAyAAAw&W  Please phone evenings1 to  ROY'S LI  PERSONAL  JAY BEE USED  FURNITURE- " -  Phone 886-2346, Gibsons  Next to Ken's Parking  Beer bottles. We buy and  sell everything  9991-tfn  HELP WANTED   ATTENTION ladies who would  like to take orders from your  friends and neighbors for Fuller Brush products? Eleven ladies required. $30. per week.  For free information write Box  919y Sechelt Peninsula Times  or leave message at Times of-  '_I*s*^a����*a 7934-tfn  DIRECTOR of nursing���position open. Duties to commence immediately. Applicants  state age; qualifications, etc.  Apply to The Administrator, St.  Ma^'sTHospitalf' Bois* *3l0f "Sechelt, B.C. 7998-29  HELP WANTED (Female)  ���.��� ���-��� ���     in.      M ���..���     |.       ,  -      .1,     .-I��� I���"         . .ini.iw^  SCHOOL DISTRICT No. 46  (SECHELT)     ,  A   stenographer   is   required  for the School Office at Gibsons  Elementary   School,   commencing;? in September* During !iS#-  tember  and   June, jfche  hours  worked will total 37-/. per week  ���during other months 25  per  week;  based on five days of  five  hours  each.  The  rate  of  pay will be $1,621 per hour.  .  Applications   should,   in   the  first instance, be sent to the  Secretary-Treasurer     of     the  Board, Box 220, Gibsons, B.C;  ";;"':':":';';"i9756-29^  BUILDING  CONTRACTOR  BUILDING   contractor,   alterations a specialty and plumbing. Contact J. Whitaker, Wilson Creek. 885-9704.       9692-tfn  REAL ESTATE  EYVART McMynn, Real Estate  and   Insurance.   Phone   886*  2166.   Res.   886*2500,   Gibsons,  ���''B.C.-       '���'- 7869*tm  REAL ESTATE (Continued)  '     ROBERTS CREEK^    -  A-frame.   Secluded   5V_   acres  near  beach  park, ,$9,000  F.P.-  $3,000 down.  SELMA PARK  3     bedroom,     view,     garden.  $10,500- full price. $4,000 down.  WEST PORPOISE BAY   4  158* waterfront, 1.36 acres, 2  bedroom tome. $12,600 full  price.' $3,000  down.  ., HALFMOON BAY ,7.  125* waterfront. Fully, sesrviced.  $8,000 terms. ;;""-'' \' -'. <��� r v ,  H. B. GORDON &'    ".  '"     KENNETT LTD., .    ,  Sechelt  and  Gibsons,  B.C.  ��� SOCKEyE  salmon  gillnet,  excellent    condition,    used    3  weeks only.  Phone?  AM  6-97Q4.  or   write   Box   1777,   Sechelt  Times. 9762-31  USED ' auto", washer', $89.95;  ' used' portable TV, $44.95; 1  console TV, $59.95; used washer, $10.00; used Norge fridge,  $59.95; used Cold Spot, $49.95.  See the new Hoover Spindry  washer in action, just ask for  a (tononsteation. -It washes 24  pouhda attVlessTtban^30 minutes. Parker's Hardware, Se-  chelt.,;rr7. ,.^ .,-.-"      >:'    9753-28"  - _^1p:l_erm^  ',��� buy v for;, sltiaeati^Phone 885-., ���  SSfcZ'.Z'A, [:.":-'   '"7.3752-29,,  Heart disease,  '.  leads the list;-:  "HEART disease is known to  the medical profession 'anth  heart foundation as the disease  of the 20th century," saiji  J. M. MacDonald of the B.C.  Heart Foundation at a recent'  meeting.   . 'V        ' ��� ��  One to five million Canadians  of all ages have some form of  heart trouble, he.pointed out*  Congenital    rheumatic'   heart,  high blood pressure or coronary are; quite common.     ,   . ��  :'''':'sMostr congenital defects ' can'  bev corrected by operations;vho-,--:  Rheumatic heart trouble"*"  .   1  -v -i    -  .   ���        MOWING  Grass, hay, weeds, etc.  From  20" to 5' rotary and sickle machine,  ROY BOLDERSON  '     Box 435 - Sechelt  885-9530  AtsMj&MMimH^m&*>#li&t^��$��J<Wi*t,  2 NEW SUBDIVISIONS  IT  Earls Cove Subdivision ~- adjacent to Earls Cove  ferry terminal on the Sunshine Coast Highway,  Please, phone" evenings  y^' jsaiid.V Rheumatic heart trouble~* - {^Z  c��xi>tf0$ohtrolled\ or elimibatedssA.^*  to ^by. putting .children^.wlio Have^i^ v-  Phone 885-2013  Ron McSavaney 886-9656  9764-29  WANTED, waterfront property,  lot  or   acreage.   Sechelt ,orj  Pender Harbour area. Box 486,  Sechelt,  B.C.   885*2856.  7986-29  WANT A DOLL HOUSE?  A cosy clean 2 bedroom bungalow on Redrooffs Road, 1" block  to the ocean, immaculate condition, for perfect retirement.'  Make an appointment to view.  Full price $14,000.  3 bedroom borne on Redrooffs  Road. 1 acre of land, on. paved  road. Living room with fireplace. Urgent sale required, as  owner is moving. Full price  ^'^EtiOOOi-*-"-*^-*--1- ' ��� ��� ���->���< :  FOR  l have many good  chelt  ajad district  buys in Se-  CALL CHARLIE KING  885-2066  Charles English  Ltd.  7996-28  ROY BOLDERSON,  Box" 435, Sechelt, B.C.  Phone 885-9530  7905-tfn  20"      FRIGIDAIRE      electric  ;rai^^  serviceable;   McPhedran   Electric,   Sannycrest-  Plaza,    Gibsons, J86-9689. 9758-29  2 BEDROOM home, fully mod-  . ern, upper side highway, elevated. ^  1V_ blocks Selma Park store.  Down payment $1,500. Phone  885-2205. 9755-31  WALT ISTYGREN Sales Ltd.  ��� now handling handguns, rifles,, and shotguns on consignment. Phone 886-9303, Gibsons,  B.C. 7858-tfn  had rheumatic* fever, on a,gov-��.  ernment prophylactic plan of��*  antibiotics to prevent the, fe*��}  ver's recurrence. ,T,"  Proper treatment and therapy brings many sufferers of  heart disease back to useful  lives in their community.  No one in B.C. is denied  through lack of  the generosity of  the Heart Team, hospitals and  B.C. Hospital Insurance scheme  these facilities are available to  all, he added.  'rr fi"  hearty surgery  funds. Due to  USE   TIMES   CLASSIFIED  Sunshine Coast  Gospel Church  (Undenom'motional)  Sunday School  10 a.m.   Church Service   ......  11:15 a.m.  PASTOR REV. S. CASSELLS  Selma Pork Community Hall  FOR RENT  SMALL  modern  sto_e,   center  of Sechelt. Box 7777, Sechelt  Peninsula Times. 7965-tfn  AT PEI-JDER Harbour.  Furnished    accessible    waterfront  home -July and September. Ph.  883-2341. 9761-29  CARS ond TRUCKS  SACRIFICE���1964 Impala S.S.,  new warranty, fully automatic., P.S., P.B., Consol R.S., T.  G, Suntan white int. 885*2260.  9759*#)  1957   FORD,   2-door,   Y-8  ''���" matic. Phone 883-2689,  auto-  7979-29  1955   FORD   convertible,   new  motor,   16,000 ; miles,   radio,  auto,    trans,,    nice   condition.  Best offer. 885-2846 after 6 p.m.  7984-29  successes  at Powell River  SECHELT and Gibsons joint  Legion Track and Field team,  returned from Powell River,  tired but triumphant after  chalking up a number of successes at the Zone Track and  Field Meet, Saturday, -My 'X.  This was phase two pf the  Ccgion Zone track and field  events, The next at Richmond  will be the finals, known as  the B,C; Track and Field  Championships.  The local team returned with  19 firts, 11 seconds and two  thirds. Fourteen of the peninsula athletes will n��,w compete  at Richmond and a 'fvto report  will appear later in The Timss-  LUTHERAN  CHURCH  Services at home of  Mr. Frank Hall,  Sechelt,  every other Sunday  at 3:30 p.m.  Sunday School each  Sunday at  11   o.m.  Services by Rev.  Pastor John Ulmcr  M  ST. JOHN'S  UNITED CHURCH  Wilson Creek, B.C.  Sunday School���9:45 q.rn.  Divine Worship-���11:15 o.m.  Led by Miss'H.E; Campbell  ���     ��� ..  Except on 2nd Sunday each  month   "',  Family Service���11:15 a,m,  Divine Service���-3:30 p.m.  Led by Rev. W. M, Cameron  "GlBSONS-^Neat,l>Tiglit"~vi6w  bouse,' $5,000 F.P, $2,000 down;  Waterfropt���Smart waterfrortt  homo, 7 rooms and bath, patios,  2 FPs, garage, etc. $5,000 down.  Mrs, D, Wortman, Res, 886*  2393, Ewart jVTcMynn Real Estate and Insurance, 886-2166,  Gibsons, B.C, Res, 886-2500,  9757*29  ���i9s__J_-_a_Om_^t���ai��l)_j^   ton, good rubber, now paint  job,, engine overhauled. Top  condition, 885*2883 after 5:30  P-m, ; 9751*30  BOATS & ENGINES  16'   BOAT   with - steering   controls, good condition. Laminated  hull,  885.2292, 7992-30  rVIEWMS  ^4Wfi!#-|4)WtWMillii-  Madeira Park Subdivision ��� overlooking Ponder  Harbour and Gulf ������ 10% down��� easy terms  ' on balance. Discount for cash,     f  .      FOR SALE BY OWNER  L'Li 1 O. SLADEY *��� AAadelra Park, B.C,  Phono 883-2233 or phono North Vancouver  985-4934  FOR SALE  BUY  and, save on qnahtity���  Smoke fish and fresh local fish  only, Plant at James Wharf.  Sechelt. 885*8721, 78-U-tfn  i*  THREE tickets to the Sochclt  Theatre are awarded free  each week to the holders of tho  three lucky numbers, selected  each week and distributed, ono  in each of three advertisements  wHhln|the pages of The Times,'  Look   carefully   and   if   you  find your n\��mber,7just drop In  to The Times office and pick  up your ticket to any perform*  rtnee,  BETHEL BAPTIST  CHURCH  SECHELT  SERVICES  Sunday School ��� 10 a.m.  Church Service i��� 11(15 o.m,  Prayor - Wodnoidoy 7;30 p.m.  PASTOR  7      REV. A. WILLIS  You aro Invited to attend  any or each service.  ���m��*8***����^iBK��S��^����^^*>Mfl(t*i.f  Ii  ���^M��^M��*-W^f>Wi��tWtlWW*^WWiii*  i#,wrpV^.^W��Wf��T-tt��!��-��1.  Paint - Fibroglass - Rope  .Canvas -Bdat Hardwaro  walt nygren sales  "xtd; * *   Gibsons, B,C,  ���>mi^-t��****>-*>����!|*��>W^-*l-M J^^ ^  7857-tfn  ^i��i��w��^W'y>iMsi^*'*w*��ti!^^ 'p'**!*'8'.* tv^l'��*��  ��/ii>ih>iim&4M><*t*W&M&^  885-227?  Tho  Anglican Church  -circXWKoA  ^ccio^ Rev, Jamra-'I); Pcrjnwiion, D.A.; L'.lh,"  Phono 88.V97V3 '        "  Sunday, July 1.1...  ST. HILDA'S, SECHELT  Morning Prayor���] I ;00 a.m.  r  MADEIRA PARK  ,   Evening Prayor ��� 7:30 p,m,.  Canon W. B, Singleton officiating  a?w^"i^;����i**��fcWwiwws(->*B^  'fc--*t"*(/H l#f * ��� t W+1 **1 ������������ir" '  .��,,(   |  iL rd$&&tl��&8��i!a&3Si AgS#<?' 'iZ&va. jaw*ra<!m8si��iiw������w����w^^  -���*������*   Wj*��*'S��*!Al-f-*--*-i����)��X    .^^   WI**    ���l  wwv^i,^v**4iW^a*!fel ���_ ���*,  i  (���: kW"**^MH*p4M��*ifWi^W^a*^^  ���Wed.; July-7,4-965 -   Sechelt Peninsula Times  E. .Ormrod reviews...,  de d Men gimI War  in the pisblic -Sikary  ^flg&3 Musician chimp   11  plays and smokes  A iBOWLER-batted, pipe-smoking,   violin-playing   chimpanzee   will   be .another iof   the  ^FREEattractionstft'this year's  -PNE, August 21 to September  --6, '       , ���  > Chatter the Chimp, the only  member of the monkey race  COLON^^ph*y?h-,��f..fl,e USMF was a man of ''ff ^^_SSS^_._  strict discipline, beginning -with-himself: When he - raise tharum-scarum all over  became a prisoner^atm camp in Italy-he found himself the grounds of the most excite  th.e senior, officer in. a.camp-composed .mostly, of ^British >ing-Pacific NationarExbibition  troops who HacLchosen to refuse to co-operate withvtheir   *n history.  ^_A^<(4___^____  'Teacup reacting  MRS.'Kay Franske^ convener, of .the OES. Summer iTea,  takes a quick glimpse into the .future .as, gypsy fortune teller-Madame Dubois reads'her tea .cup. On closer  ^inspection, however, the gypsy was "found to Vbe none  other than'Mr. Chris .Wood.  At Roberts -Creek.  -a  tea  FOR MANY years the enchanting garden of Mr. and  Mrs;  Robert Dimming, Roberts Creek, has .provided -a perfect setting for the annual summer .tea of  the Mount .Elphinstone Chapter OES.  This   y^r ^ rose  garden  .Italian jailers,  This made tot an uncomfortable and disorganized camp.  'The steps Colonel Wtyati' used  ' to - change 4his iroade Ais >nick-  xtaone .Von Ryan understandable. -Step*by step he-established , entirely correct (relations  with the" Italians and learned  of tbe possibility of >tbeir'withdrawal from the war.  3_ere ishis chance to escape  ���taking'the whole -camp. -Con-  queringtbe desire of tbe men  to scatter be arranges for them  all to .go together, but ?fails  when -tricked -by ^a Nazi -who  comes to-camp, izutiisguise.  The recovery ���� bis authority, his determination to -save  the whole/-camp, vtbe train.he  -jStole, iVon Ryan's 'Express,- are  all part of an entirely satisfactory tale of men: and uvar.  -Col. Ryan looked ���-'What Hitler .clainied tbe real Nazi to  be, tall, strong, seLEecontroUed,  with blazing blue eyes which  expressed his will. A good part  of ihe plot 4s tied *to tins. Bat  the ''film - created ^from��the -title,  for only the title (remains, -.is  geared to the talents *��f Frank  Sinatra, who .is east in tbe  lead. All that is left is "the escape, tailored to the talents of  Sinatra.  Perhaps those who have-not  read 'ihe book "will thoroughly  enjoy the film. But for *tbeJtrue  tale :as -David Westheimer  wrote at, see'the book on tbe  shelves of the Sechelt Public  Xibrary^  Almost all the earth's air is  below 500 miles above its sur-  ���face.  Chatter   is   like   no   other  . chimp /you've met fbefore. He's  .a -stylish.dresser; he plays the  fiddler the .banjo, the saxophone  and drums;  and -he "definitely  'turns a deafearto the anti-to-  'bacco  faction  around.   (He  smokes pipes, cigars and cigarettes).  Besides having his own television show, "Chatter's "World,"  he has appeared on numerous  network regulars, including the  Ed Sullivan Show.  SCHOOL :OB&Tf_ICT fto. <3<S  (Sechelfc)  -Parents  who  are  moving *from -one   elementary  school attendance-area to.another.-during4he sum-  i mer-are .requested :to notify -both the sPrincrpa of  the school formerly attenfclecPby their ^children and  ;  the*Principal oHhe school which .their children .will-  attend in September. "Failure to do'this may mean  ,  accommodation problems when School begins.  885-9758  was _ "profusion of perfect  blossoms and despite th$ unusually *_br summer, the lawns  Avexe,green and carpets soft underfoot.  Giant Silver and Weeping Cedars provided- welcome Shade  for the tea tables and stalls  while tbe Golden ^Cedars .lining  the shady walks were trim-  hucd Ho perfection. '  Worthy Matron ot the Mount  Elphinstone Chapter, Mrs. Betty Wood introduced Mrs. Bes-  **ic V-Show, Grand W Representa-  tive of the Province of New  .Brunswick who graciously welcomed visitors and declared  the event open,     ;   V'  /Pourcrs during the afternoon  \v<frc past , matrons j of thc  Chapter and special guest from  Vancouver Past Grand Matron  Mrs. Winnogene Kirkbam. Sixteen guests from Grace Chapiter'No. '29, Powell River were  welcomed during the .afternoon,  including Worthy Matron Mrs.  .Ruth Mcintosh.  , Stalls 4 were .very busy and in  a secluded shady corner. Job's  Daughters entertained the  small - children -while their mothers . enjoyed' tea.  Mr. J. Garlick won the door  prize -anl,guessing contest winners were.'Mrs. -Zoe >Edes' and ���'  Mrs. Bena Ring. Grocery hampers ,wcrc won by Mrs. E.  Biggs, Mr. F. Patterson and  young Michael * Cumming. ��� Win-'  ners in the Job's Daughters  raffle were Mr. A.C.-Hinz, Mr.  Don Head' and Karen Flock-  hart.  Convener for the summer tea  was Mrs, Kay -Kranskc assist*  ed . by co-convener Mrs. -Emily  Quigley, Proceeds go toward  cancer dressing and research  projects, ,.*���!��     *  _  * Post tmd Me@m  Homes 0it#Cef t��ge$'hw!H��m��mm��  OR & TRUCK 1IRE CENTRE  ��ttep* &immf*mmim<# \  tot us supply i-ll your Tire  requirements  .Quality - Service - Economy  ^**^lMMe*!i��^f*to��,* ���  GIBSONS  Phono 886-2572  Li i, *' ' ',  -i    '"'. ' ,<  ilfi-  h'174'--'  t***f  ART RALPH  Serving the 'Sunshine  Coast  4980 Kingsway,  BMrnoby, i B.C.  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'j*       : ^&msPsmtmj^jJfimm\  "l may be wrong, but I shall not be so wrong as to fail to soy what I -believe to be right."���John Atkins  Wednesday, June 30,1965 ���'   -' * m < ��� "    -   '  AeM��ii Mot���Ciiattei^  back was the fact that in order to obtain the gov- They leap into marriage  ernment centennial grant for a library it was necessary the site be owned by the village.  It Would therefore seem the prompt action  of the village chairman in calling a special meeting as soon as she heard the lot was available  was indeed the type of response badly needed. ,  There are at present a number of other projects Hc "* ,mo "f*  The Nom-de-plume  (Cobourg Sentinel-Star)  A   LEARNED   publicist   once  said: -    ���  "Every great newspaper  must be the major promoter of  its community, the guardian of  its integrity and the defender  of the public's rights and aspirations."  Closely related in value \yith  the editorial opinion of a: weekly newspaper in relationship to  the community is the. opinion PROBLEMS assailing the Sechelt library com-  of the reader in the^ letter to mittee jn respeCt to obtaining suitable and  ?��^.W2���� >��� accommodation n���w sho* some con-  the opinion of the reader and crete signs of reaching a happy solution,  the opinion of the editor,'com- The present quarters involve a steep flight  "bete mSe* * g0��d newspaper of outside steps which although easily navigable  3 TteCobourg Sentinal-Star en- by the y����n*?er element **> s��me1th!n| of a hf'  courages the voice of the peo- ard to older library users. The building is also  pie. It is the policy of this up for sale so prospects of future use are of a  newspaper that a nom de plume doubtful nature.  be used when occasion and.sub- ��t .,   .   ,,     ,       .. .  ��� .. ���    ���' . . .   .  ject demand it, which is quite H?Pes that the hospital cottage might be  often. made available as a library have been removed  The editorial in a newspaper by decision of the hospital board to sell the cot-  is an opinion. tage. Reasons for this decision are many and  The letter to the editor is an Varied-and to some extent, not without merit,  opinion.  In either case editorial or let- Prompt action by council last week in ag-  ter, the subject matter might reeing at a special meeting to acquire a reason-  easily be of controversial na- ably priced lot, centrally located, as a site for a  ture and^ arouse the reader to ,*b        buiiding Was both commendable and wise.  The most important point in The doors are now vvide ��Pen for a permanent  ,the   conflict, ofciwordszeis r theJ>uijding,previously impps  opinion itself,  not  the  person- suitable site.  ^J^t^^SJ!^.,   ��** ">*.�� ��*�� ���.ta a r tenn,!al p-��-  only maturity of mind recogni- lect has been that of a library, being the most  zes this truth, and the fact re- practical proposition which could fit in with thc  mains that many immature limited amount of capital likely to become avail-  people will castigate the writer, able.  when    in    disagreement     and ' , .   .  ,       , , ,  not the opinion.  Wisdom  then Previously stymied by these problems the  dictates the value of the nom chairman of the centennial committee has sought  de plume in letters to the edi- hard to find a solution while in the meantime,  t0F th- ��� t   manv rcrnarks have gone the rounds regarding  frequently8we ^uggSt^pseud^ the centennial project for Sechelt. Biggest set-    and rather more positive action,  nyms in submissions to our let-  __��_ STdycoLbS Newsmen Not Messiahs  lient   example.  Last month, a town inebriate THERE might well be newspaper editors who unable to commit themselves to a signed letter are  had an idea. He stood before look upon themselves as some type of Mes- both numerous and amusing, providing one has  our editorial desk. sjah to whom all and sundry are expected to pros- an immense sense of humour,  ed SbackMancfdibrth! ^thte^te trate-themselves and listen in awe to carefully The public should not in any way be det-  Analysis Perfecto  ���by Vee Lobb  The most serious thing  Is, selecting a mate.  The wise ones are prudent,  But thousands won't wait.  Young people in love  Immediate action,  For little they knOw it's  Chemical attraction.  want  Without-thought or care;  And when disillusioned  Find facts waiting there.  Unprepared as they are,  Not knowing each other,  She weeps for her mother..  But now there's a way  To avoid needless strain  mainly of considerable larger proportion than the  library which if pursued could- well open up entirely new prospects for the future of the district.           True, certain discussion has been given to the* Before typing the knot-  possibilities and in fact plans set up. Unfortun-   " The E*ectronic Brainj  ately the weeks come and go without decisive action taking place of talk. Just feed him the facts,    "���  Extension of the village boundaries is one such        And these he'll digest,  example. Outside district taxes are now higher All, all. must be told,  than within the village which would suggest the        And he'll do the rest,  majority outside would prefer to be taken into the  municipality. ALpresent their taxes go to Victoria Are lhe couPfc home-lovers?  -~' Do they have interests wide?  He, can. ;tel 1 Jn a,twinkly  Jf their genes coincide.  and dolitStf to help Sechelt. They would however help considerably if added to the village budget. Many of the facilities lacking here right now  arise from the fact the amount of village income  per annum is so small we are extremely lucky to  have the facilities existing. .  This then would appear to be a move council should take immediate steps to initiate. One  man has played a major part in bringing a breakwater despite formidable odds. With the cards  What of the parents?  Do they have cowboy legs?  And do they perchance.  Enjoy bacon and eggs?  Such  intimate details  The two must disclose,  stacked their way councillors have the power to no evasion, nor hedgeing;  achieve much. It but requires a little less chatter        The metal brain knows.  I.B.M. sees their future;  He leaves nothing to  chance,  And nine times out of ten  He'll discourage Romance.  chosen words of ecclesiastical wisdom  erred from acquainting an editor with facts of  This must surely be an inspiring position to    interest,  they should  however be  prepared  to  ���a8tUTtlWn8  .what I think we should do  this town." *  He expounded a brilliant idea hold, providing readers and advertisers share the stand up and be counted if they expect the news-  breath1* overpowen��g' reeking same star spangled, rather nauseating opinion, paper to take up their complaints.  "Put it down on paper," we Fortunately, or unfortunately, as the case might The press might be an excellent media by  said. "Write us a letter." be, this ludicrous promposity is relegated to but which social wrongs may be brought to pu6lic  "���I  will,"  he  replied,  as  he a minute group of sublimely overbearing people notice and consequently rectified by public opin-  our who fundamentally have nothing to contribute to ion or thc law. It is, nevertheless, no more exempt  The Big  walked   unsteadily  sanctum.  from  Andhedid abovehisnom the vv0rid at large.  de plume. His Tetter hadtyalue, In general principal, Ac public has it's own  and an improvement w^s evi- conception as to the role of an editor which,  dent in a_ particular ftmction of wjth snght variation, is simply that of,'a'normal''  "?VV���ll?fi �� h"m'-�� Wng carrying, out Kis dufc M he'tat  constant imbider appWed at 'knows how, In turn, this is also the opinion of the  the foot of his composition, the vast majority of newsmen, with perhaps one ex-  same result would not have ception, no other person could possibly be bc-  been achieved; for it is a damn- )cagucred by so many, aspirants to journalistic  ing fact within all our commu* -- ' r '���  nities that tWseof iis who are  ���labelled���for^some - misdemoan  ���by Robert Beverly Hale  All of a sudden the big  nasturtiums  Rose in thc night from the ocean's bed,  from the law of libel than any .member of. the ,Res,cU a whi,e '��*������<��� I1**!''?{  public.  achievements.  -Almost daily, often well-meaning,-members  or,! or pigeon-holed in a social of the public persist in engaging harrasscd editors,  strata,  are also misread  and -n a discussion on every subject known to mortal  A1SK man' firiTi,yconvinccd h?is fu,|yconvcrsant ancl  we have suggestel the nom de 'n ^ac- an expert on that particular subject of displume In letters tp the editor, cussion. Invariably they end up with the well worn  A well-known political figure, if routine of explaining to him'how his paper could  he writes of politics, is regard* be improved with certain innovations,  ee   as   biased   in  opinion.  lie   ,    ��� JL.       . ... ��� ., ,.    . .  needs a peri name" to put ��� his     ..,,.'Tvcs?.,nnovaUons usua-1y entail an editorial  point in orbit, -attack on one.or more persons believed to be res-  Naturally,   in   suggesting  "a ponsiblc for some mlnpr atrocity, oi which, in  nom do plume in a submitted most cases, they arc perfectly innocent',  letter to'tho editor, wc require .    . .        '       , , ., ,   '  the   signature   of , tho   writer,        An "-experienced or irresponsible newsman,  too, The editor of a*_��ewspapcr, and indeed they exist, falls for this insidious in-  MiMiEte Messages  the morning,  Turning thc sand dunes tiger  ,"���,:���'' red.''" "',���'; ���-������-:-a;  'lhcy coveretl the jta'tuc of Abraham Lincoln,    ,    ,  "Most   people   are   bothered   hy  l hcy <-Hmbcd to thc top of our  those passages of Scripture  they church's   spire,  do not understand; but........... the "Grandpa! Gmndpiil Gome Io  passages that bother me arc (hone -j,,, wjritlowl  ���l^^^          '    '  Our  GOD'S DAY OF RUST  ", . . And God did rest the seventh d��y from nil  his works." -���Hebrews 4:4,  During the holiday season, many ,*>cck rest from  their labours, but seems mOsf come back more tired,  simply because ihey did noi really cnior In,  Under the dispensation of law (Hxotlus 20) God  .commanded his people to test the seventh day, for their plitnes have fallen, ;������-������  own good, but oven here Ihey failed to find rest front Ami out in Iho ocean the whin-  Come   io   (be window!  world's on fireII"  big nusturlitims in Ihe High  Sierras,  Hig niistu|tiums in lhe lands be  low;  Our  trains  nro lute and  our  their enemies, because in unbelief mid disobedience Ihey  did not enter in,  In this dispensation of grace, iho curly disciples vol*  lies blow,  ,'����  ��  lawyer nwitl��hls  client,'doctrinulion gaining a pat on the back from the    untarlly set nsldo tho first day of tho week us h ilmo  ���   must honor the no#dc plume; instigator.s contempt and even a lawsuit from    io cense from ihclr usual activities to worship God, but  because  iTnJ Micflr llw "��^ n�� pIu,mh;"*n.sllgat6r�� contempt and even st lawsuit from io cease from their usual activities to worship God  this newspapcr?ynndl one? that lhosc whoso reputations get dragged iri the dirt, again God's people arc In constant unrest, bee  fbulldriip*"*conhdcnc^  community and a rapport with exist in most communities nnd when unent-hcd crnrncni's protection by tho Lord's Day Alllanco Act,  prcfi** Wh�� hnV�� ��plnl0nS ,0 ��X' lt {ii t,lc (,uly of a rtipuiablo newsman to bring the In Hebrews ch��plcr"-1, Ood speaks of"anoihci and  In Cobourg wc have n contln* fl'" Powcrs of l,,c Prcss to bear upon those guilty    urcntcr rest, for those who will censo from their own  tiin��' flow   of  lettorlKix   copy, of <*!��honcst or disreputable activities.' ,  ;     works of rlBhieousncss, and enter into'thin cicrriul rest,  with   or   without   pseudonyms Providlnc he has no nroof of accusation   by nlmply iniMhia In the finished redeeming work of Jc  but always with signatures In i_tl,.|i-.i ���, -��7?!w!,i... i   ,J    '        if    "*���"""'"���'  the,private hands of the cdl* levelled at individuals or groups, if wise, he will  tor.   adopt the one simple course of asking for proof  , No matter how rational^ cf. by way of an affidavit or signed letter to the cd-  fident,   no  single  editori' can itor, 1 his in most cases is sufficient to establish ��  i�� y JSRn��fwh,mXrTUhS ��! sut,dcn "nd oftcn fant��sUc c,,������c J�� ">�� ����������-    Imlcn,juid...L.wHHfllvcrymrrcst.   SmlSteVWoW^^^ by>ho��uddftn-dciwrTii^^^ .,'  --too Pago 0 eomplainant, The reasons why they personally arc  EfeSftKUT PCNINGULA^W^S.  sus. Christ,  "There rcmainclh Ihercfote u rest to the pcopio of  God." Hebrews 4\��,,'    ,,. .... ,  Come (into mc all yc lhat labour and nro heavy  -Matthew M&h^^s^  Kcv,, Waller S, Ackroyd  Tender Harbour Tnbcrniielo  Published Wednesdays  on ILC.'s Sunshlno Const  ���������������' by.' ���..  Sechelt Peninsula Times Ltd.  Mo* i��i, Sechelt, U.C,  'Serving thearea from  Pari Mellon la^igtnoht  (Howe Sound to Jervlx Inlet)  Douglan O. Wheeler, Uditor  S.ft.Ahganl, Publisher  Subscription ftntesi  ^- (In ndynnco)  ^    X Year, S5 - 2 Years. $9  3 Yenrs $13  U,S. and Porcl)gn $5 50 k .���_     ���~�� /-.  h  ^jI^ph" vt.4V._l J*.^, .!>>**ll|^**,^.ft  Afoimd the Village  MRS.l JOAN 'M-^m&itM,T^e^foggeiy,. accompanied by  * Pa^t% mill   f li IlP ^    Weil, July 7, 1965      Sechelt Peninsulo Times      Page S  PNE ailraGfior ��a i,oal*,rard-"  -i   Flying to Edmonton on their   will be  away for1 two - weeks"  dozens ,of free 'attractions at  way  to  North JBattleford are    "'"*'      ���'-���"       ���-���  *-!���*-- * **"��� iatx   *T*'  Mrs. Prank Hall, Heather,  VPahi, Debbra, and Darin where  they will attend the weddings of  Mrs. Hall's* younger i brother  11 John. Heather, already an ac- %  complished young pianist,- will  play Bach's Prelude in C Minor  during the signing of the ..register.   Mrs.   Hall   and  children  visiting .relatives, and* friend-,:, the 1965 ��NE,  - Mr. and:|Itsl-Morier Md��U- - '^.Mr.^ Bod_^_3snoJiai_sta;  NEED A  NEW or USED  TRY  Peninsula  Meter Prod.  SECHELT, B.C.  Ph. 885-2111  . Ted Farewell  and their two daughters from  Vancouver .have bcen visiting  relatives Mr. arid Mrs. Bill De  1 Hart in Sechelt/ The MeGillts  who love io escape from Vancouver to relax on* the- peninsula, camped at the Sechelt  Government Camp Site .and  reported that it is a most pleasant place but there is need  for more camp sites.  Arriving on the peninsula  aboard the 8:30 p.m. ferry last  Friday they found just one vacancy at the camp site.  Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rankin  quietly left Sechelt as, soon as  school was out and will be  spending the holiday touring  Europe.  '~.~j  himself, 'in/liuttdreds   of   TV  shows, movies,' and stage pro- "���                                      '                       . *  ductions, .will perform on the MR. F. H. NORMINTON, district manager of the B.���i .  groends each day of this year's - Hyditf Authority, advises that a new "Medallion"--,  Biggest Ever Pacific National Home, located on-the Boulevard, Sechelt, will be open -  Exhibition, August 21 tp Sep* for inspection Friday, July 16: to Sunday, July 18, indu* ^  tember 6, which salutes .,'^an- , s_ve. f   ' . ~ ��� ~-r���- "  Saxons were the leading miners in Europe during the 16th  century.  couver���City   of   Lights   and  Flowers.*'  Joe's lightning arm has been  clocked at .17 hundredths of a  second for drawing, cocking,  filing and hitting the-target���  and if anyone doubts it, he's  willing to take on all comers  at tbe PNE.  He will also give tips on gun  safety and the handling and firing-of weapons, fields in which  he- is considered an international expert.  Joe Bodrie comes to Vancouver directly from appearances  in New York and Hollywood.  Through the kind permission  and co-operation of Mr. and  Mrs, Norman Burley, owners,  and Mr. Ted Kurluk, builder,  this new all electric residence  will be open for public display  on these dates.  The residence features modern electric -appliances, fixtures, and includes such items  as built-in custom stereo and  centrally controlled lighting  circuits. This home is all electric heated, which with the new  residential electric rates, is  now competitive with other  forms of fuel. Residents in the  'Sunshine Coast area interested-  in  modern  electric  heating  or  other features, are urged to inspect this beatiful home.  Hydro representatives will be  in attendance at all times.  For hours of opening, please  refer to official advertisements  in next week's paper.  Chiropractic Office  MON.. THURS., SAT.  1678 Marine Drive - Gibsons  Phone 886-9843  *$.?  ew5 CM  ^mm0w^m^mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm^mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm0mm0  j Chain Saw Centre \  j Wilson Creek j  Dealers for P.M. Conodien . 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Big turn-out  REPUTED to be one of the largest crowds:yet turned out for the Gibsons Domin-   ��,i",i;f  ion  Day   celebrations:  Some  indication of its size may be gathered from this /&%?  section.  -<#^��  . , .    ,.���sf v v*. i  ��w.   ��� ��,.,*, ��*.\n tured here after the Gibsons July 1 crowning ceremony  JIMMY Laird in his Black Demon keeps a firmgrip are? from ]e% Constable GerryJ yeinott, Kathy Scott,  on the wheel as he heads down the slope past me Queen of Elphinst0ne Annette Hansen, Gibsons Queen  Kinsmen's Park. Both competitors clocked  the same Jackie T     * Sechelt M     Queen Wend   Bystedt> retir.  time of 24 seconds, the winning time last year was 22 *     Gibsons Queen Dianne McDonald, Miss Sechelt Hea- ~  seconds when competition was keener with 10 entries. ther Lang phyIlis Crowston> Constable Barrie Roth and %  7-7^1 Mr. Jim Drummond  { Z^;a&   m r  Hawaii calls  > *] TOUCH of Hawaii was added to the parade with these  two grass-skirted maidens, Fay Fluckhart and Lynn eaacija pia����m�����rf p<  i  Burdett, representing the Port Mellon Teen Town. PAprr ,���TT��� o     -^  ^    '       !'     .. ...     ,,   -  ,       ,���_���__   P0RT J^LL9N S^side Playground activities during  :-���-"���������^vi^i_^__!^zil_v:_   -��� ther|rasir:^^^ for-the" par���  ade and their efforts-resulted in winning first prize in  the children's section. -  *.".3    ���*.  Brakes off  ONE OF two stalwarts who turned up for the soap box  derby, young Frank Roberts, under starter's orders  gets rolling down the ramp and hopes the wheels stay  with it. Frank was second in last year's race.  End of reign  LITTLE Heather Wright of Gibsons and Barbara Lucas  of Port Mellon accompany retiring July 1 queen, f^&jFS$s  attractive raven-hatred  Dianne  McDonald  of 'Wilson t^kki^a'lr^ *-*-���}*.j-" *-,t' ,,*      ������t-frtT v-*'* v 'UW  Creek in the Gibsons Dominion Day parade.    *    .   ,   J^^pHnh S&IMtifr   '' a ,?!> K^^   *��t  " 43    47$l **<- *���> '%>*   .  &*  i !-.*��.  *���   *<      q  K^^!^  *���>  <-'t>x  'I I1  t}  i*   * (  A* *)  r .  A 1  Going down  GREAT excitement as three Vancouver skydivers come down together at tho Gibsons July 1 celebrations.  One of them was slightly delayed in Jeaving the  plane and landed slightly off course but unharmed.  Elphinstone Queen  AMONG tho many lovely queens and attendants in the  July 1 parade was Elphlnstono's Annette  Hansen  (Wilson Creek) accompanied by Denise Crosby  (Gibsons) and Anne Thorold (Sechelt).  r,u  A < -    -    ii . uf   W ''   .  '  K. Butler  OVERCROWDED nest was the theme for the Butler  Realty float, which caused many an amused glance  from delighted onlookers.  |C of C float  ,*���   '   ,* CHAMBER of commerce entry formed a flowing- crlino-  '  ll !   *'        Une skirt for pretty little Jeannie McHeffey and won  , ] second prize in the club category.  k % )  i  �� *',*7fl7'"ir'i \','\ V7 --y^< \\'Z X? "-^ *("*-"- T")1"" (VIT"1!*1  B.C. Tel float  B.C. TELEPHONE float displayed the blue and gold  colors of tho company surmounted by a giant telephone and two attractive operators Misses Juanita Cart-  wright and Gladys Le Warne,  I Sea *ide playground Pt. 2  SECOND section of the Port Mellon Seaside Playground  depicted Hudson Bay traders and pioneer settlers,  ������ _   ���,.<s-iwa4V-a**E**i*UB M-h+M***''***1"**&t I'3*-**.'  f" \Uk ,���        '^W'pt -  hZAAl   i'Ua  ^ ^ *  k  ^_<���iX-,..A#JJP,.,  Tldewator playora  JUST A section of the Tidewater Players entry which transformed a complete  bed trailer into n South Sea Island Paradise,  Gibsons firemen  GIBSONS firemen ball players ride in style aboarci the  fire truck, the envy of many youngsters along the  route.     I r  Gibsons Quoon  .Novel idea Well represented  GIBSONS Squnronndors float portrayed a homestead- SECHELT clubs could not havo sent, more attractive re  A  I  V  >  c  5  7  iA  %  i  v*  * *i  M  %  ��  t  Port Mellon entry  PL'i2(LillJhOJCQml(LfiC-UlllHLJAW ���  Cola Co.   (Port Mellon  Firemen)   but they  the prize they anticipated���CO girls or ono *-.*•->>■- A
Page 8      Sechelt Peninsula Times      Wed., July 7,1965
Squaringjy Yours
—by Maurice Hemstreet
HELLO fellow square dancers, friends and neighbors,
"just as I predicted, July 1 in Gibs6ns was without1
a doubt the- best day that Gibsons has ever seen and
there was something going on all the time for anyone
and everyone. The sky divers once again were the high-
flight of the day. They were just marvelous*—in fact it's
.quite a sight to,see them float down so gently, from sq
high up, my taw suggested that I try this new type of
- recreation, but without a -parachute. She said that I
would really-make the headlines, but I thought it wasn't
such a good idea. Well, that's the way it goes!
The pipe band was tremen-
dous and the all-steel band was
a first, I believe, for the Sunshine Coast.
Five floats from the Sechelt
area were accounted for in the
parade; which was weB <>rgan-
MUSICAL interlude held the attention of the crowd during the July 1 celebrations   ized and well spaced* picture   a«  come  and
at Gibsons and was provided by the West Indian "MdonHghters" steel bandl takers had a field day. 1 took   a  swinging  si
* ,s-**i
die Wiren, $30, weight, 7 lb., 10
ozs.^'third Robert Boyes, $10,
weight 6 lb?., 10 ozs. Three Widen weight prizes went to four
winners; First, Ray Whiting, $5
second Brent Hansen, S5; third,
shared by Bert. Hagelund and
Ray Newman, 10 gals. gas.
Two competitors only for this
event each winning $10 following ?ia '"' _e7' Jimmie Laird and
Frank Roberts, each with a
time of 24 seconds. rl-
Four members of the Vancouver Skydiving Club were: Bob
Young, Don Rosie, Dave McLean and Bob Volkman.
Range riders
RIDERS of the Little Bit Ranch came to town and    reijcoaIs
Leading the parade were four
members  of  the  RCMP  com-
took first prize in the horse and rider class.
Big success...
July 1st Day featured
several pictures of the Squarenaders entry, which, by the
way, took first prize. The idea
was simply terrific!
Square dancing in the evening on the Super Valu parking
lot was quite successful with
two sets from the Gibsons
Squarenaders and one set from
the Sechelt Promenaders, total
three sets, and under the
watchful eye of caller Harry
Robertson, a very enthusiastic
evening of square dancing was
enjoyed by all, including the
spectators although I get quite
nervous when someone watches
me square dancing. This, caus**
es me to make the odd mistake,
I think. Well,, it, could, happen!
The recreation committee
will be sponsoring open air
square dancing on the tennis
courts at the Sechelt school—-
you got that straight now?
Let's try again: "The first
square dance, open-air style,
will be . held on the Sechelt
school tennis courts Saturday
night, July 10," so won't you
help make it
success. Get behind your recreation committee
—it's worth its weight in gold.
Well, see you at the square
dance on July 10, do*sa-do for
General Motors of Canada
spends $3 million in Canada
every \vorking day ior wages,
salaries, goods, services and
  that's at the top end of Mer-
plete with scarlet tunics. They    ma-<-   Street,   every   Saturday
were  Pete  Grabowsky,   Barrie    5^ starting on July 10, 1965.
largest attendaiicfi pt	
INTRODUCED by Emcee Jim Drummond, Village
; Chairman Alf Ritchey welcomed a crowd estimated
to be about 2,000 to the Dominion Day celebration in
Gibsons Kinsmen Park, last Thursday. 	
Roth, Gerry Veincott and John
Ehler. ".'..■
Specially recommended by
the float judges, the Tidewater
Players 'Float was awarded a
prize as the best float in the
show. ,
Fellow   squaw; dancers   have
Motor Prod.
Ph. 885-2111  - Ted Farewell
Little-bit  Ranch;   second, Saddle ,Club.
Kiddies   Bicycles—First, Seaside  Playground;   second Rod-
Prior   to"   introductions,
Drummond expressed the view
it would be the first Dominion
Day  under  the  new  flag.  He
'complimented the many helpers
who under the chairmanship of   ney Smith!
Royal    Bank    Manager    Dave
Hopkins,  made such  an excel-    CROSS COUNTRY
lent job of arranging the show    SADDLE RACE
at such short notice.  He also       First,    Teddy    Meldrum
said   the < president  of   Sechelt.,., Thunder,   27   minutes;   secono
Chamber   of   Commerce   had    Dave   Tattre   on   Rebel,   27.15
said he did not think it was ihe    minutes;   third,   Barbara  Cook    on|nior*,Z,|M\"i>,"inrtM
duty of the chamber toVwork.    on Paisb, 27.30 minutes.       ,       op"?,ona™0"*? d? ,0Sl;,    .
"I do not agree with that atti- , « ™wt  be recognized,  too,
tude"   he   said    "I   think   it   CANADIAN LEGION if an editor of thc free press, in
should do lots and in this case,       Three winners in the Cana-    the free world is a guardian of
the Gibsons chamber has done   dian   Legion   Olympics   Draw   the peope, then it follows that
well'.'  P    -        were: ..First,-. Mickey * Alvaro,    the opinions  expressed,in  let*
More than 40 floats took part    $50;   second,   Lome   Gregory,    tors   to■ _ hipi^n^paper,   :with
ih"thoparade and ^provided tho   $25; tbifdrArlcho"'MwonV$20.     ™™f of ^e authors known only,
'judges with an awesome task.    ... MftK1   hPDnv ^ him, are, too, the defenders
SALMON   DERBY of freedom today and the pro-
First,   Mrs.   Lorna   Alvaro,    tngonists for democracy tomor*
$60, weight 9 lbs,; second, Ed-   row.
Other Opinion
from  Editorial Page-
ion and letter-to-the-editor opinion   does  cover   most   of   the
ground  'of   the    community's
, It is our considered opinion,"
backed i by experience in the1
business of publishing, that' if
"inom de plume" letters were
prohibited, much of the valuable, pertinent and progressive
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Honored with this duty were
Mrs, Ed Sherman, wife of tho
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.Mrs, Win Steward, chamber of
commerce secretary; and
Times -Editor  Doug  Wheeler,
Five classifications wero ar*
ranged for float awards and
winners wcrer
Commercial'" and' Business—"
First, Llssl Land Florists; second, Sunnycrest Esso,
Clubs — First Squarenaders;
second chamber of commerce.
Comical—Frist, Port Mellon
Firemen; second, Port Mellon
HorscKraod Riders'— First,
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(        ■     I ' ��***  ie 10      Sechelt Peninsula Times      Wed., July 7, 1965  .-ta^-i^iAs-tt j-mefe I ���  ^Village fathers  COUNCILLORS of both Sechelt and Gibsons turned out  > for the official opening by Hon. Dan Campbell of  the new Municipal -Hall. From left, Norm .McKay, Jim  Drummond, Fred Feeney, Christine Johnston, Joe Benner, Hon. Dan Campbell, Charles Gooding, All Ritchey  and Bernell Gordon.  His and Hers  H>y J. and D.'Browning  AFTER watching Hamlet on TV we felt compelled to  write a play. During jpart ol IHamlet, Stanley Hdllo-  way was digging _a grave, very ^necessary in _a Shakespeare play with so many tjpeople killed in duels, mur-  tiefedtand doing themselves in: Stanley Hd^ was  the first grave digger, and as it was late at night, we  expected him to burst into:   ���' "���"~    ���  ���'I'm   getting   married   in :the   <;While jptticemen on-their night-  morning       - ��ly rounds Mo-make  ��o  get me to  the  church  on    Short work of drunks and those  time:'*                                        who ;��peed too fast  This  macabre  setting  would    Who -nightly *from the'halls'of  have   been   unsuitable   for   an       liquored booze  impending   bridegroom,   so   he  didn't.  Here's our play called "Much    To race their motor cars  Do' issue forth with courage in  their cups  Ado About Something." The  dramatic personae are the  HQ��t, first, second and third  beer diggers, and the Law.  They are at a party discussing  a real beach for Sechelt.  With* humble apologies to the  late W. Shakespeare. First BD:  "To beach jor.not .to .beach, .that  is the question.  Whether 'tis better in the feet  to jsuffer  The scuts . and  bruises  of out-  '   rageous  gravel  Or tike ;arms against a sea of  miid _    ,  And .with a dopr push it far  away  And jjnake -a bathing beach of  Porpoise Bay."  Host: "'  How now! ye caitiffs prating  half the night  When shall ye your decisions  swiftly make.  For ilo!  The owlet hooting in  the ptrees  Bespeaks   the   very   midnight  oiliis spent.  The -citizens of Sechelt turning    surcl^ crash,  4--*-|i4l-\^_l_-tf-.^-k-'Ir> r  Second BD:  What bodes it if our town is  neat  ���And "tidy, 4f *we ���Starve *��o beach  For little ones to gambol in  the surf ,  While father turns, his head and  looks  At beauty strolling o'er the  sand,  In topless trunks perchance or  'tn<jdest  garb,  While mother on her jobs forever bent  Sets out the sandwiches.  .' 'Host:' '������" '���'��� "��� ������' '���  "Get out  and, beat  it  ?ere  I  throw you out."  Exeunt .omnes  to drive  away  in one car.  Third BD:  Take care good driver, for ime-  thinks J i see  The Whitened 'line to be upon  our rig ���t *  And lo!vhere comes a car with  blood red light aflash  Turn, turn thy car or we shall  shall surely see  Good lodging for the night and  wholesome breakfast free.  FIRST IBD:  Yon ditch was over deep, .yon  rugged rock to *hard���  "For my "poor head.  That's why I talk with slurred  and garbling tongue,  And walk across 'the road with  minced sand   totWring   steps.  The   Law:  Thy  breath  smell  of  whiskey,  beer and vodka, rum.  ���With whiffs of gin and Concord  wine thrown in.  They go quietly.  XateT^-All,. !.ttu^.,.,^.BDs:a_,Ajn,u.  chorus?  ' *���   The world is  out of joint,  oh  cursed spite  That put'the whitened line upon  OUTitight  This beastly place doth set our  ....nerves ./m edge " -  rIf .comes cthe   morn  well  go  .and take' the. pledge.  With apologies for being so  smug. In my young and regenerate days, I have driven  our car home, when next morning, I could not even remember getting home.  Thomas Humphries  PASSED  away June 29,  1965,  Thomas Humphries, C.A.,  in  his 81st year, of Sbames Point,  Granthams  Landing,   B.C.  Survived by his loving wife  EUen; two sons, T. Alan, Vancouver, James G., West Vancouver; a daughter, Mrs. Margaret/.Whitfield < Cheney, Wash.;  a sister, .'-Mrs. Sara Fox, Vancouver; two brothers, W. G.,  Victoria, J; JL, West Vancou-  ver; ,10,grandchildren and four  great grandchildren.  (Funeral service was held  Friday, July 2 from the Gibson's -United ��Church, Gibsons,  B.C. Rev, M, Cameron official-..,  ed. Cremation. 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REALTY and INSURANCE \  Wharf Road Phono 885-2161  Kro&fflr  la^Siijjia'i ^^UWW^^M^^^  Pacific international  MANY AND large yachts proved a great attraction last  Saturday night as they piled in to Secret Cove as  the furthest point in the West Vancouver Yacht Club's  Pacific International League competition. The cove was  a hive of activity as owners and crews berthed their  vessels down for the night, in readiness for an early  start Sunday morning;  Round about the town  ���By Ed Green  THERE seems to be a lot about hospital experiences  in these pages of late so as not to be out of the running I think it would be quite fitting for me to mention  a few tbings about my recent stay in Horizontal Alley.  Let us be^in with that meaningless, overworked Card of  Thanks. ���-��� ������ ���  People   generally   start   off  Why announce their wish? They  don't have to ask permission  to thank anybody. In my c?lse  I heartily thank my many  ffriends for, staying io heck  away from, me and not adding  tny, ;already scattered nijitK?  vprith such fatuous remarks' as  "Hurry up and get better." You  either get better fast or you  don't.; There is- no;'iir between.  Just because an imbecilie- idiot  .exhortsyou to get better fast  is no indication he or she has  supernatural powers to "heat by  wishes or exhbrtatibrisl As I  said before, thanks to the absence of vthese Aggravating  ;crackpots I swiveled 6uit of the  fog in haff1 the time, i   '  Oa looking back,,,! seem to  ., ;hav<> gbttc*^ ���  (tlmc'lbo;;'v'^,it:'i8'V^'ssitily^du:c  to that "Physician Cure Thy-,  Jsclt? thing. It started back in  ithe   first' vyjir   when  after   a  ;snlff or two'of chlorine gas my".'  bronchial    tubes    and,,   lungs  screamed   Cor vhelp   and   they  have   been   screaming   louder  ever; since until  at ..last, they  have settled for pulmonary em*  physema, .a   delightful   thing  that.������permits you a short breath  now and again and practically  none  at  all  if  you   are  silly  enough to get bronchial.pneumonia,  which is very easy If  "~your"ralr "c6MlUbnlng'"8y8lim~l6r  in the same condition as mine.  Since this can bo severely fptal.  I took immediate steps to fore*  stall it and my steps load me  to the potshop whore I picked  up a flagon or two, for medicinal purposes only, of what Is  purported to be pure spirits but  is actually 70 per cent more or  lcss^pure wata\ It must have  been the water In the stuff because there is nothing more  dangerous than drinking out of  a wet gins* & as a result I lost  what little awareness that f nm  said to pbasess and found my*  self In the emergency ward of  St, Mary's Hospital where Dr. ,  Paetkau and a platoon pf  charmlna^-nursoH*HooU\ed��thclr.l���  sadistic souls by -nicking needles In mo j and forcing largo  qunhtltlcs of oxygen . In tha  pl��co wtyrre my lungs ought to  ho, ,Thelr administrations mhst  Imvc) had nom�� effect deH|>lto  the fact that water Ih hard stuff  to chivo out of a soggy system,  because onc of the nurses saidr  that thu undertaker was going  to bo very annoyed at being put  on stai.dby at that time of tho  II I��ll t-.-:-<) Illy ;-���:��� 10 .-;���;; I iH�� I* 0 ;~r,: * I ><V1i ::;:"*��* .^-,v.-,;t.  prospect wan not only able but  willing to thumb his  nose at  "hihiV'laterV" ---i-;��-'---- ^-^- -*:--^ ��..��.���=���������  Next morning is very dismal  on account of me not feeling  too   bright  for   some  obscure  reason.  There I  am with an  oxygen mask strapped on, but  <tdV even raise my arms or legs  is. too much and>as for sitting  up, that is out of the question.  A young man in another bed is  -bemaohing the fact that he has  .had .atti;pj^ratiohr;:pn"'bJfe,::k^e'  "'"and". he,;wbni't'^'"ib1e',"to1' move"'."  it- for a monthor two; I tell  him. if all, I had^tp worry about  . was VA-;;creak^;.';knee,:/even, two  of them, I would be hysterical  -with, delight but that does not  ��� help him.   --���'V.7V;.,,,. '���.... . ::'.  7 ..Breakfast; arrivedv   Thee e  must be a working agreement  ;' between all /hospitals to rediice  thp toast to a v,dJrbopyV piece of  godd$v not-^linlike !***' taste? and  texture of, a well-used Turkish  , towel. This is subtly accomp-  llshbd, by shoving fit under the  /'tin: ^a'tHhat'';;cbyere;:. ''UieV'TOain  course  where  it sweats   itself  into a limp offering, especially  if the course is scrambled eggs,  an abomination in the sight of  God and man because they are  going to be scrambled enough  when you erit thein. However,  f had a well-rounded breakfast  consisting of two cups of nice  ���coffee and the anticipation of  7|whatlwas to .��� come._,7,...,..:..:. ..-...,���...!,:,  I am hot long left in doubt,  The coffee, has already stopped  swishing arouhd In what is left  of the vodka, or perhaps it was  white rum (for medicinal pur*  poses only)) I administered it  myself, when a pleasant looking  lady' entered with a tray and  I don't need a moving picture  to show what she is after, She  Z fishes around.'���!'a while and then  departs with some of hay blood,  1 think It mufit havc wrecked  her apparatus because she nov-  er came back in the ward for  a sample from another follow  who moved In. Anyway she  started the parade of the need  les even if she did leave me  slightly anemic because as" I  lay there short of breath, blood  and happy thoughts, another  One shoved up with a needle  and scored bingo again. I am  thinking they must have more  needles in that place than the  CPR has box cars when another nurse arrives with a blood  pressure gadget. After she has  gone through all the motions  she sighs and marks something  down on a sheet of paper which  looked suspiciously like a goose  egg that I took to mean I had  scored1 zero on all counts.  This is comforting to me because for the past two or three  weeks my heart, has been  thumping so strongly, I think,  that every beat sent the blood,  j?0^Uutedi,at7that,^  ing around to such an extent  that my eye blinked and I felt  as if the demons were digging  pavement in my system.  A little while later Dr. Paetkau arrives with his non-metallic geiger counter and after  listening at my chest and; things  for some time subtly infers he  is either surprised or disappointed I am ;still playing hookey from the- undertaker. ,even.  if I am miserable, so to make  me more miserable he says to  stop smoking. He doesn't know  I ������ have already Stopped. I  stopped from the .'time they  brought me in but I am only  waiting until I .can reach for a  cigaret before I start again;  not much, but a start.  As .-.���_' lay there enjoying my  , miseries to; the fullest: a lady  happens along with a cart and  asks if I would like some tea,  orange juice, apple juic^e orjeof-  fee. I say I would like some  coffee. She brought a lukewarm  mixture in a cup and announced that it would cost me five  cents. I am almost shocked  back to perfect health at this  but she insists that is the rule,  five cents for coffee, everything  else is on tbe house, even a  full tumbler of pure orange  juice. Though I am prone to  give wide-, latitude to many facets of'officialdom I am unable  to find the slightest excuse for  this. But I pay the five cents  and continued to do so all the  time I was there. I still don't  know why and I think it is  time somebody found out.  We can be proud of our hospital and its very efficient staff  though I do think another male  ,;orderly, should be on hand. The  present one is not only efficient  but extremely understanding  even though he is a frustrated  cattle rancher at heart having  got that way from being in the  RAF which is enough to cause  a body to do anything. The  nursres, equipment, doctors,  everything, even the meals,  were first class all the way.  In a previous column I described the awful business of  the five o'clock cold dip in the  mbrhihgV They don't do that  now. The nurse comes along  about quarter after six, sticks  a vile tasting thermometer in  your mouth and then goes away  , to play, polo or pool or something because she never managed to totter back before 20  . minutes to seven by which time  .you certainly do have a temperature unless you're dead.  However, it is a minor point  as is the fact that,if you arc  Sechelt    Penftisul�� ~ Times  Wed, Jiily 7, 1965 Page" fl;  -,'*  .��l   ,   .        "-���   '    ���  discharged on1 Sunday* you are  out of luck for any valuables  you might have, locked;-"up \nA  the  safe-in  the  main  office.  -Never  .having'- had   Anything -  worth locking up this" doesn't  affect' me but it does  annoy  some people.     "'  On the .whole we have a1 fine  hospital, ���a, fine* staff and- soirfe  fine equipment. We also haye  a~ modern  X-Ray   department  and  an 7 accomplished -radiolo-  ��� gist who is an expert at' X-ray  diagnosis/Specialists are called  ,in.af any time and some very  J tricky operations are performed  .right here. *.,��� "* -  AVI said before we' have 'a  fine'hospital with a staff of experts and we can, not only be  proud but also have full confidence in it. Outside of Vancouver there is none better.  Elizabeth West  PASSED   away   July   2,   1865,  Elizabeth West, aged 65 years  of Wilson Creek,  B.C.  Survived by hex loving hushand Roy,  one sea Archie, Wilson- Creek,  B.C., two daughters, Mrs. Florence Dubois,   Kamloops,   B.C.,  Mrs.   Shirley   Cooper,   Uclue-  let, B.C. One sister Mrs. Laura  Wray,   Pender   Harbour,   B.C.  13 grandchildren, .three greatgrandchildren.    Prayers    were  held Sunday, July 4, 1965 at 7  p.m.    from    Harvey    Funeral  Home.   Graveside  funeral  service was held Monday, July 5,  1S65 at io a.m. from Seaview  Cemetery.   Rev.   Father F.   J.  Nash officiated. Harvey Funeral Home dixectors.  i-.i��-^;_^u^-^l^l,ua^8a-y.jCii.'ii.:iT,&iil^.ii  NEED CCAR?  NEW or USED  TRY  Peninsula  Motor Prod.  SECHELT, D.C.  jPh,^ 885-2VIJL m Tad f*rcrwoH  "VEOTRA" indobr-outdoor carpet by Oz-  ite is a felted polypropylene fibre that  effectively serves as carpeting in an amazingly varied range of requirements.  We highly recommend it f or both domejs-  tic and commercal use. There is a good  ^colour range. v  Pri-ce-$6i95 per sq. yard  "Vecfra" is actually so easy to install  that we often sell it to the handy home*  owner an a do-it-yourself basis* This is  rather unusual at  YoiBr Imstcillcifflon Experts  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  numberylf any. -    ���V-  3 City, town' or village,  and postal zone, if in usey  province, too,  4 Your name and yoUr  complete address In the  upper Iqft corneri    '  <��������  5 s  f'  ��^��S!W*f��lflWWm^W����J��WJ^ ���Hm>��S-M^Tt��j��*[tSfl*fc^Mi*^^  Burritt Bros. Floor Coverings Ltd.  over 58 years at /  570 Hornby Street   - ' "     l-     MU 4-2364  - ;    ~   '  Inquiries welcome by Ed Burritt     ^     886-2453 \  ,.,.,1 - ,.b,,,,,Jv-...����..-.**��h��.-*.^*'T*'--��^  ���A ,���  :/���')��������",  \ ���^^^^^*^M^'i^^^'ii*jmv^MM��^tiifiM  ���     7  ''��"��  'i i'  ,4 v_.  ���cUwVJnf^ni) w^is  Page 12      Sechelt Peninsula Times,      Wed., July 7,1965  Egmont Eye  -by John Duniop  s V     friends,  Among those present  were some of Jean's acquaintances whom they had not seen  for years, with the result that  -the wedding reception develop-  COMMERCIAL blueback fishing opened July 1, and the   ed into a -sort of re-union par-  few .rollers who do not go north, but remain to fish   &>   especially   for   Jim   and  in local waters, will he heading for Scotchfir Point, Las-  queti and other favorite haunts. Jhose that are ready,  that is. The remainder will make a last minute rush  Jean. (Note: Would lost weekend be more suitable after a  re-union such as this?)  Official open ing  NEW MUNICIPAL Hall in Gibsons was officially opened  last Saturday by Minister of Municipal Affairs Hon.  Dan Campbell, seen cutting the ribbon. He is flanked  by Sechelt Village Chairman Christine Johnston and  Chairman Gibsons Village Council Alf Ritchey.  Says Bank Pres.,,  *to change over to blueback gear- and get out as soon V^u^fd Jo5n n**"���1*1*���  as possible. It is always a toss-up as to_ which-policy ** S.^iJJHSC'w-S  is L best  The -weather can beW in the At at ff J^^KiE  this time of yeac and, if;so, smaller boats do not lose chmg' busy this past month,  out by remaining inside.^                        ;      ;              ��� according to all -reports. The  Bad weather and scarcity of    sign. Such a sign is a status recent' run of big springs  (I  fish quite often makes the first   symbql and appears to "be of .must-learn to call them 'chiii*  few days of blueback, fishing    greatd1 importance* in the con- ooks')1 resulted jntafl^unprec-  unprofitable and, ia the mean- "structien and repairing of roads ideated demand for boal lauii-  time, springs" can be trolled in * in other parts ofeour great pro-^ ching  and  camping-.facilities,  more sheltered waters. So, you    vince/ Let it not'be. said that* ...and' Mary,   assisted^ by  son  take your choice; head for. blue    Egmont .lags behind. We do not Graeme,    and .with A suitable  back  country on tfie opening*   want any  omissions' that, will ramp and ground available, has  day  or  wait  awhile until re-    affect   the  ultimate ' condition done her ^>est to accommodate  ports are available. In any ease * of our road. On second "thought,   our visitors.   'this  sign could be hidden by  Government approach  THE GOVERNMENT'S "timid approach" to revisions  of the Bank Act fails to face the facts of economic life  and will not take into account the needs of small businessmen, among others, G. Arnold Hart, chairman and  president of Jhe Bank jof Montreal sajdre^    Renewing earlier criticism of  present draft legislation, Mr.  Hart told the Investment Dealers'  Association that  the  gov-  sirable objectives."  "A  greater  degree  of  flexibility in chartered banks' inter-  ernment is failing "to take into    est rates would permit a more  account the realities of the  world today and the vast chan  ges that have occurred in re  rapid   and   pervasive   response  to changes in underlying mone-  pccurrea m re-    tary conditions," he continued,  cent years in the structure of   \.At the same time the ceiling  inhibits   the   growth   of   those  the Canadian financial system  and the environment in which  it operates."  And, Mr. Hart added, "while  the legislative restrictions  which apply to the banks are  designed primarily to protect  the public interest and to facili  parts of the financial system  -that; are within direct ^monetary ,-������  control". . . progressively impairing the ability of the monetary authority to discharge its  principal function.  "The government is missing  tate monetary management, in an opportunity to prevent fur-  the circumstances of today ther erosion of the power of  some of Vthe restrictions tend  to work'in shelli'vaT Way'"as'".'to  f rustrate these j; very objectives.  "By? inhi^itiiiig growth of the  banks relative to other financial "intermediaries .which are  not similarly subject to central  control; they weaken and dilute  that control. And by preventing  direct monetary control."  BROADER  LENDING  Mr. Hart a 1 so advocated  broader lending power for the  chartered banks, to meet the  medium-term needs of smaller  businesses. , ,,,  "Although the banks are uni*  the banks from, offering a full    9uely P'acecl to discharge this  '���*��"_��'i**1'1 ''"*'�� "   *��'��"���..!_ 11 _    ' J a."'"    _ ZZ:Z''' .   ��� i��< '  ���'   r-ocnnnciKilif V�� ".    tl-tr_i��''''. KW.rW   ''_������_'���_  range of services at competitive prices, they fprce the public to seek more expensive ac-  responsibility, they have been  effectively barred from a large  area of small business financ*  commodatioh   elsevvhere,"   Mr.    Ing as" a result of legislative re*  ���   ���   ��� strictions on the rate of inter  est they may charge and the  types of security they may  take," he stated.  Hart stated.  More flexibility  Expressing ' disappointment  iti  the  present proposed  revi*       While the proposed revisions  sions   to   tho   Bank -Act,   Ms-  Hart said removal of the six  per   cent   interest   celling   on  to the Bank ;Act would allow  the banks to take conventional  mortgage   security   under   per*  bank  lending,  as strongly  re* tain limited conditions, the II  commended by the Porter Com- mltatlons  will  not enable  the  mission,  '(would accomplish a banks to Increase tho scope of  number of. Important and do* their lending to small business.  TWILIGHT THEATRE  GIBSONS Phono 886^827  Doors open 7:45 p.m. - Show start* 8:00 p.nV%/  Thurs., Fri.,"Sat. 8, 9, 10  A^mmmm^A<'ZM0Si  mZ,Mti*rm:WSjoyMmz  1 ���*!>.'.  M  Sll/ANHfPl{StlH|(t-CnrtffA^  .il'/ti'/ I *W    I .id   lliili Khun       '  Mon., Tucs., Wed./  "12, 13, 14  m wmbi tn umm a m not mm  *.�� tin   ' ,<<._. i_''��^'i'1 __  t,h|j(vivii-i,  CHILDREN'S SPECIAL SATURDAY MATINEE  Doors open 1 ;45:p,mr~ Shby/sstarts 2'pTm,  Gone A-itry in ''THItv MOUNTIES"  ,    ,-   ALSO P^RT 6���"LOST PLANET'  it is to be hoped that tbe fish  are plentiful and that prices  are good. With the impending  restrictions on all types of  commercial fishing the average  fisherman cannot afford to lose  any of -the time available to  turn.  Have had word that fishing  up around Bull Harbour has  been so poor lately that quite  a' number of boats, including  locals, have moved down to  Cape Lazo for the blueback  opening.  MISSING OFF. TOFINO  where he has been day-fishing  in Willie Rousseau's Kerry Jr.  is troller Ken Gibson of Van-  the clouds of dust caused by  every passing car and truck.  We have all heard of the dust-  bowls of, the middle-west, but,  as the late Al Jolson used to  say, "Brother, you ain't seen  rothin' yet".  Mr. Gaglardi, on his radio  tips on safe . driving, says  'make constant use of your  rear-view mirror'. He should  ���try it on the Egmont road. After a short distance he wouldn't even see through' his Tear  window, let alone make use of  the mirror. Anyhow, don't take  ihese remarks to heart, Dave.  Your men get just as dusty as  we do. They, a*e most courteous and disrupt traffic as little  'Egmont Marina aod Resort',  with the only other- boat* launching ramp in the vicinity, has  also been extremely- busy, the  cottages, in addition to launching and boat rental facilities,  being in constant demand.  Boats are also available from  'Bathgates' Egmont Enterprises'' and Gene Berntzen's 'Egmont Services'*  Fishing has dropped of during the past week, but sports-  fishermen are still getting the  odd chinook, in addition to blue  back, the latter being' much  more, plentiful.  With iso many campers in  the vicinity the danger of fire  is greatly increased. It is unlawful  to  have  an open  fire  couver. Ken is well knowir in  ZS^S^HSZ^& ^a^Jgff*-^^** ��thout^..s��r_g..a���rm��.  finally   settles,   ana   construe-    Be  Certain   that   any   fire   is  his mother, Mrs. Mona Gibson,  and two sisters, Mrs. Jean  Rouseau and Mrs. Doris Crichton, still reside. Ken's wife,  Olive, is a former Egmont girl  and is one of the younger m'em-  bers of the Grifith family, long  time residents of this community. At this writing, and despite an extensive search which  is still being carried on, Ken's  fateTfcsi'uhKnown. It is to be hoped that no news is good news  and that Ken will be found before this goes to print  R O A D CONSTRUCTION:  There has been quite a change  in �� the appearance of the Egmont road in recent weeks and  we can now visualize, to sonje  extent, what it will be like  vvhen completed, pave Pollack  and ���his trrew are doing ah excellent job and the outlook, is  for a first-class highway from  Egmont out to 101. Huge quantities of rock have been blasted, hills cut down and the old  i roadway + has been diverted in  several places to, eliminate the  sharper curves, 7 '  One important thing, however, is missing on this construction job. We do hot have a"  'Sorry   for  the   inconvenience'  tion is finished, we expect to  see a fine, black-topped highway, leading into Egmont and  eventually to the Skookumchuk  rapids and parksite.  AROUND EGMONT: Jim  and Jean Jeffries paid a short .  visit to Vancouver last weekend where they were guests at  the wedding of the daughter of  one    cf    Jean's    former    girl  completely out and well watered down before leaving it. Cigarettes, matches and broken  glass are also a hazard, so  please be extremely careful at  all times. Many of us live here.  We are glad to report that  Mrs. George Vaughan has ^returned from her sojourn in St.  Mary's Hospital and is feeling  much better.  MADEIRA MARINA  HONDA  EVINRUDE  Trailer Court, Launching Ramp, Campsites  Cabins - Boar Rentals - 883-2266, Madeira Park, B.C.  3E35ra  H   m   H   -aha. m   a   FJ   _*'Si f�� _p    --���������*-.���.-��������---  ���JJ.^.^��y-���   . j,. ri  |._.<f. e��f. ,kl ''.j  *$C.  vf r- >  .-���:*��� >- .i  Fully Automatic Range  with Clock Control  u.  ISS^^I  a (i^M^��f<'('(��*ift<ei����iit^J*��*.*��w'*i  Moffnt rangos oro compotltively priced and  oro rocognizod for thoir high quality Irv'do-  sign nnd manufactMro. This renowned quality  Is not a |uxury or nn expensive extra, This-  outstanding modol includes:  ��� Sevan-hent switches ��� Fluorescent  lighting ��� Tlm��d appllnnc* outlet ���  Automatic clock with Minute Minder  ��� Roomy storage drawar ��� Largo ovon  picture window ��� Removable drip  bowls and chrome rings ���Many other  features,  * . < * *  *-  W$M  MOFFAT  w��^. j3 0 K 3 3 Vv'**Mw'w***'i,s,i*B!  RANGE  $?59.95  plus rotlaserle  StttM living |d*M  I      from  onu Morr\T  unoii |n(lu4( ��l|  al lh��i* oulilinil.  Inp qutliiut)  I-ClullVD   All.  wilrttd ��l��*l t<nt*  llltd ������n ��nrt  (hai��l> with per.  <��l*ln ��� url�������  lnilrt�� And out,  n. (�����(�� mo'tat  Si ik\9��   t��wi\��H  U o| pflo*, h-i |mII��  U ��M|om-|U high.  t$ ���(������*ilo��in f r*.  ���.,,.��,^^����^,^., *,  ^H^ *\7l'     1       I miw. >md o��i,    a h��i,  Ittry MOrfAT  rxngi !)����� |h�� nan  Iciwtrtd cooMnp  imli'i ulin  ri'ltd    td|��l    t*  ptmtnl ipilloytrt,  l����f�� MOffAT  latigt hM * IHHII,  lock-on o����n d��or  ��������llM>mov��tl>  lor cl����nin��i  /<i'A  ���Aawv, ���* vf'.(.^<\w>��\'nv,H^9^y/^mmtmtK  ft 4��fi��W��H..��W*I^��*��;^!��^**i��-��Btt?*^i^'M^A^^  -XSIbsons,-'BjC;  McPHEDRAN  ELECTRIC  ���"������i"*-* i* i .->��-nit���mr  iSUNNYCRESTTPVTA"  Ph. 086-  "-r  t!�� 1.1, I,


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