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 *  -J      **\        t*l        ���*.  >-*  Mi  CO  s  CO  ta  $ervinglhe Sunshine Coast, (Howe Soiind to Jervfs Inlet), Including Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing, Grantham's Landing^ Gibsons, Roberts Creek,  S��      - Wilson Creek, Selma Pdrk/ Sechelt,>jfraffmoon Bay; Secret Cove, Pender Harbour, A^adefro Park, Kleirtdale/ Irvine's Landing, Earl Cove, Egmont.*1*  WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 1965  &$��  _       35 ,_ " '        '       11 ' !���     ��l      H��       .      ���    I     I    ���! ,           > I .LI., I-       .     I      , l|   ���        I,     .     I | ��� | |   .11 . .  .11   ,,.\   I [    11,1. -,,    ,���.,     ,.|    ,    ..  ''' A Department, Ottawa./ "  '   " Authorized as second class  mail "by   the  Post   Office  f  r  ���'Volume 2; No/31;  *3  So School Dist 46 . '. .  _r ���     i  .- ���    ���   -**fi563Rt  ���������.  pn: progiess^  ���THE BUILDINGS and Grounds Planning Committiie.pre-..  U seats' this1 report to the* Board as a summary of ^na-i"  has been done during the;first six:moriths of,7j965 andv  what is currently planned for the balance of the year. '"  The, committee "is composed f      !    : ;���;���:~i"~  of Mrs. Celia Fisher, chairman;    Elementary  School' is^ not ih-  Mrs., Leslie Jackson, member;   cluded^at present. ^    * ������.*  Mr. Wilson, secretary; and Mr. S|T��S*  Porterj maintenance "supervisor. From time to time, as deemed necessary, other personnel,  both within and without the  Board, e.g. principals, the local recreation director, representatives of community groups  are also asked to take part in  committee discussions on matters of interest to them.  The following, then, is a summary of progress made to daw  during 1965:  REFERENDUM 4  Work on buildings under this  Referendum was completed  early this year. This involved  additions to Gibsons Elementary School, Elphinstone and  Pender Harbour Secondary  Schools. Site work at Gibsons  Elementary School is proceeding Funds for a site at Sechelt  have been transferred to help  finance the building program  under Referendum 5. Equipment for the Secondary School  Home Economics and Industrial Education Shops has been  fcurchased and * equipment for  the addition to Gibsons Elementary School is being ordered  as it is requisitioned.  REFERENDUM 5  - This Referendum, along with  the non-shareable Referendum  6, was passed in mid-January.  All the formalities have been  completed, an architect appointed, drawing made and approved and tenders called.  The low bid was well over the  Referendum figure but, with the  dropping of the covered play  areas at Langdale, the gap hns  been closed. Work will com*  mcncc immediately, with priority being given to classrooms.  It is hoped that these will be  ready by school* opening and  that the building program may  be completed, by the end of the  year. The addition to Gibsons  Property has been purchased  foe the West Sechelt School and  negotiations art in hand for the  '    ���see page 3  Magistrate aids  youth guidance  MAGISTRATE Andrew Johnston of Sechelt was called upon by the Attorney General last  week to assist in the formation  of a Youth Guidance committee at Merritt, B.C.  This is a similar group to the  one formed last year at Alert  Bay where the magistrate was  asked to assist This time an  enthusiastic group held a day  long meeting and included interested citizens from Merritt,  Lytton and Kamloops.  Object of the committee is to  give guidance to wayward youth  in an endeavor to keep them,  from more serious misdemeanors wbich^raight end up in police court, *     "���y     ' \*   '"" *  The magistrate said the  scheme is working very well  so far wherever it has been in*  .   Lucky angler  DR.- OLE Westby will no doubt be a regular visitor to TlacJlinfr RtIITIO  Larson's Resort after .'the success He has had recently ���fuolliuy   ill uuu  while visiting. This 30V*> pounder was his largest haul but j 1_"   1  he also landed a number of smaller Cohoe and Springs. QQIUdCIGS VGHlClG  The Doctor is a resident of North Surrey but right how **  is sold on the Sunshine Coast.  Assistant Sec.-Treas. . . .  Thirtyapplicants seek  seat  ��-,��  IaS��It  ,*-?��    * w 1  PROGRESS bulletins issued toy Sechelt School District  Nq/46 have been well received and resulted in one  stituted and has in fact bean letter of congratulation to the board, the writer expres-  in operation in the Sechelt In-    sjng the wish that all school board members be featured  in the thumbnail' sketch, "    ' :-���   dian Village for some time.  Free tickets to  1  Sechelt Theatre  THREE tickets to the Sechelt  Theatre are awarded free  cach week to the holders of the  three lucky numbers, selected  each week and distributed, one  in each of three advertisements  within the pages of The Time*?.  Look carefully and if you find  your number, just drop in to  Thc Times office and pick up  your ticket to any performance  In Oakalla  tor ifiiSG piGE6EICGS  PORT MELLON man with a,,flair for,obtaining money  by false pretonces, was committed to a six month  Johnston, last Saturday,  ifi-��..������.-.*.>������-1-���-*.,  ��� Harry Shlndel, aged 33, marr  rlcd with children, was already  {jerylng a one year suspended  sentence fallowing a charge of  ft\lso pretences In ChllHwack,  Just August, ;  'Charged with, a  similar of  "ieiKrwir*��iiwwr"i^r*'Miy  Shlndel was Awaiting trial  when lie comiivljlcd �� Ju-Hhcr  dffenco In Vancouver in Juno.  Ills past record -was':discovered  by the Vancouver court and ho  was referred back to Magls*  irate. Johnston, who found,.him  (lliillty!on each.'.countyj^.^^^,'  Another mon presently 'ro���M  Mrs, Murial Ball who' was  not present at last week'.-;  meeting .has expressed a wish  not to be featured..  Chairman Mr. Joe Horvath  observed that the board had 30  applications for- the position of  assistant sacretary-trea$urer,  these were reduced to two applicants and the chairman-recommended that the board ac>  cfept Mr. Chamberlain of Lady-  smith.        '   ���  Mr. Chamberlain has served  on school boards for 16 years  in the position of trustee and  chairman and has been actively  engaged in adult education pro*  grams.  A parent on Bowcn Island  has made .application to tho  school board for reimburse*  ment of h<?r child's ferry, fare  to West Vancouver where the  child 'Is ���" attending summer  schQol., After, some consideration the board felt that if could  not make provision for this request., ',.,!,.  ������ Mrs, Leslie Jackson felt that  the7 non-provision7of summer  school for children in the school  district was a poor reflection  on the board, Superintendent  Mr. Gordon Johnson felt that  school or setting up a fund for  this purpose whereby a good  year would support a bad year.  Superintendent < Gordon Johnson also stated that there were  now only three teaching vacancies to be filled in the district,  $10,000 REFUND  Secretary "treasurer Mr. Peter Wilson reported that a visit  from the government auditor  had resulted in.a sales tax re-  ��� fund of $10,000. Mrs. Service  and' Mr. Phillips were to be  commended as they had previously arrived at a figure within $40 of this amount.  USE BASEMENT  Mr, W. S, Potter reported  that it would be necessary to  use' a basement room for part  of the school week at Elphinstone, Secondary school, This resulted from the large number  ���see page 9  FREAK accident near Roberts  Creek resulted in the death  of one large bear and damage  estimated at $325 to an auto  driven by the public; health  nurse.  Carol MacLennan was driving  to Gibsons shortly .after 6 p.m.  last Tuesday, July 13, .when a  large Jrtack^ bear ^ ran_ across ^  'the���ioad ixAo Vie Jal&'dt; her ���  auto." 'Unable > to/stop*.in time ,  she struck the animal injuring  it in the leg and 'body.  " Local resident,"Ed"Campbell  was soon en the scene and dispatched the animal with a shot  from his rifle.  Big horse show  set for August  PLAYDAY on Horseback, a  popular event when put on  for the first time last year by  the Saddle Club of Gibsons, will  be held again this summer,  date being set for August 29.  It is. anticipated the event  will arouse considerable interest and already a large number,  of enthusiasts are making pre*  parutlons and are fully occupied in training their horses for. '  thc show,  Location of the Plnyday wjlt  this year be the field at the'  rear of the Sunnycrest Pla?t��  and will again bo sponsored by  the Saddle Club,  Recreation Commission '. . *  Square Dance success  inspires Teen Dances  6UTDOOrv Square Dancing arranged by the Sechelt Re-  1 creation Commission, really got underway last Saturday and the Shell Service Station was a s,cone of fun  tonces,,-'  Although   steadily   employed,  Corrlgan presented^ two checks..? the board had dono all tliatwto  to stores In t8w Gibsons area, possible.   Advertisements   had.  both of which bounced, > boon placed early In tho year;  Pound guilty on each charge, for   summer   school   teachers  ho  was  remanded untll'July. ^ ^^^  aist-for-scntonec��pendlng��a"*pro<��  sentence reptwt, Ball was sot  atN$20Q,   CONSUMING  UQUOR  ' John Raymond Pinchbeck,  aged twenty two of Sechelt,  was fined $50 when found guilty to a charge of consuming U->0  chers. Eventually sufficient teachers wore found but it wai  late in tho year which resulted  in belated ��� notices being sent  to parents of children rccom*  monded for extra tuition,  Although   sufficient   children  registered for, tho classes thoy  were spread over a range of  grades, an<l also over so grout  quor In -a public pltvcc,  'Offense  occurred   ^luring   n  Ing In Port" Mellon, M yoar old" tin neb  at Roberts  Crcok  Inst S nn area, ,maklng classes unoc  Gary Corrlgan, also appeared    Friday, .July  10  when P.lnch-:  onorpleal, Chairman Horvath 00  boforo tiJic.nj'aiHlHlrate charged   heck wis found drinking boor  '^\vluri;wo counts of false i-ro*   outside tho dance '..mil',     '  Horved~that7 thoy should either  consider   rofmb'iJI\*8lng"~BUininei,~  Weather permitting, the ro*w  creation commission pinna to  hold tho dances each week  throughout the summer,, and  extends a cordial Invitation to  Square Dancers everywhere to  join In the fun, Visitors to tho  Peninsula aro also welcomed -  ami- sot4m the local dancers  have made tho ocqualntance of  a few enthusiasts, from California, , ' ,  Another ��� venture to bo tried  .ihln ,��� week  will bo an outdoor  ,.-*�� ��� T-,,->-nnMm.Y v����  ���teen dance, to bo hold Wednesday, July 2lst on the Shop  Easy parking lot, 11 Is felt  sonw means of rocr'oatlon Is,  sadly Inching as far as tho  teenagers aro concerned and It  ,is'hoped the outdoor dance will'  develop Into ' a weekly ' event,  This of course will depend on  tho attitude of the teenagers.  If they.tfho\v Interest then the  'recreation    commlsslbn     will  ^f.^f-WTHIt'  v  ��� t  ,*!  l(|->,,- -��H* ***,-fv,*l"  1 11  IX-  *..!*.-t*��ll-.IM|��.*-l^*-'''|  'I   r ,A..  M*-*S    !"*�� '  ,,/j... "y��.,.v. -^-v-v--,.  ^.Wv^iwiw i'Jv.Y'.v.'.VWJ . ��ili!ii!-,;-j5i,w'A'.,<?~V.  fog..      Sechel* Peninsula Times ���    .Wed., July 21, 1965    CARS ond TRUCKS _)0VW1    AleTnOfV7 LCUie  \  I  I    *  !  !-  i  time*     ) Telephone 885-9654  Umm* mmmmmm.  Published Wednesdays by the  Bechelt  Peninsula  Times Ltd.,  at  Sechelt, BJQ.  Gross Circulation 1450 copies  ���Classified Advertising Rates: - -  3-Mne AdBriefs (15 words)  One Insertion :������ 85c  TOiree insertions^;^~~~~--*���-1*7P  Extra lines (5 words) . ���:���15c  Box Numbers, _^.���-__25c extra  If. paid before publication, a discount of 25c per AdBrief is allowed. Semi-Display, Super-Display,  and 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.  *'!n the event of a typographical  error advertising goods or services  at a wrong price, goods or services  may not be sold and the difference  charged to the newspaper.. Advertising is merely an offer to sell,  and may be withdrawn at any  time." ���;... 7  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; a/v>I I"  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 and put intp  production, but cancelled before  publication. Change- from original  copy when proof is submitted to  customer is also chargeable at an  hourly rate for^the additional work  * ;l 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 Memoriam, Coming Events, Etc. Per insertion (up to  40 wards) $1..25; extra words, 3c  each. 25c Discbunt if jpaid before  ,   .publication.  CARD OF THANKS  MISS F..M.".Walker of Roberts  Creek wishes to thank the  doctors, nurses and staff of St.  Mary Hospital; Sechelt for the  excellent care received' during  heir recent iUness7 Also the  many friends who sent cards,  letters and good wishes.  9779-31  MRS. Muriel Sully and family  wish to thank the many organizations and people who so  kindly came to their assistance  during their recent loss.   "9788-31  ENGAGEMENTS  MR,/;and/ Mrs. R. Keeley of  Wilson Creok \vi.sh to announ*  ce the -engagement of their, cl*  dwt '.''daughter""Sharon- Eliza-  belli, lo Mr. William James, Ellis,of Nanaimo, B.C..     8785*31  WANTED  ONE  good  used  bathtub  \vit|v  fitting*.  Phne 885*4401,  9786*31  HELP WANTED  ATTENTION ladies who would  like to take orders from your  ^friends- and neighbors for^Ful-,  ler Brush products? Eleven ladies required.  $30.  per week,  7^r*free information write Box  919, Sechelt Peninsula Times  or leave message at Times office. 7934-tfn  - FOR* SALE J.957. Meteor Station  Wagon fVS,lautomatic transmission. Radio. Top shape,. .Mor-  ^ gal's 'Men's. Wear,, 885-9330. v"?  , -��� .   '        * . . .   '��� 9783-33  1955 , FORD   convertihle, . new  "  motor,  16,000" miles,   radio,  .auto,   trans.,   nice   condition.  Best offer. 885*2846 after 6 p.m.  7984-29  WORK WANTED  FOR carpenting.  New and repair work.   Contact  V.  Mitchell 885-9582. 9784-tfn  Please phone evenings to  WSLAi  MOWING)  Grass, hay, weeds, 4tc. From  20" to 5' rotary and sickle ma-  ^chinc.^*^,::^*^  ROY BOLDERSON  Box 435 - Sechelt  885-9530  ....LOST....-,.... _,,...,* ., :  LOST   on   East   Porpoise   Bay  Rd.   One  glass   casting   rod,  with Mitchener reel. Last week,  reward offered. Ph. 885-9488.  9780-31  FOR RENT -'���    ���������  UNFURNISHED     2-    hedroom  'home,   Sechelt   area.   Phone  YU 7-8554. 9992-31  SMALL modern  store,  center  of Sechelt, Box 7777, Sechelt  Peninsula Times. 7965-tfn  REAL ESTATE  EWART McMynn, Real Estate  and   Insurance,   Phone   886-  2166.   Res,   886-2500,   Gibsons;  B.C. 7869-tfn  ROBERTS CREEK,  2V>    acres    268    ft.    road  frontage  one  lot  from   beach,  ������.������������'���',-::'':   >l,500,0p7 terms.  1.2 acres, 82 ft. frontage on paved   road,   near   beach   park.  ,   $2,000,00  3-bcdroom A-frame, 5U. acres.  ' $9,000,00 F.P. $3,000,00 down,  2-hedroorri;   1.2   acres   close   to  park and beach, $5,000.00 P. P.  "���������"- ''Terms ������������  ' ��� ���������,���/, ���!<-������  H. B. GORDON &  KENNETT LTD.  ,    Sechelt and Gibsons, B.C.    ���-.  Pilose 885*2013  Ron McSavaney 886-96,r(f>  9778*30  mnfUmgat^i^ .#*i��si^,ls��*^Si��^MA��^  2 N^W SUBDIVISIONS  T LOTS  At$4^Si��*#**�� ffl ��*Sii��'��)*!*iw��ti-* *iw  .^^^%Wtl��rt>��H*!tSM^��-��l**t  Earls Cove Subdivision ��� adjacent to Earls Cove  ferry terminal on the Sunshine Coast Highway.  Also^LARGE"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.  Phono 883-2233 or phono North Vancouver  985-4934  <n ��� ^f-;.��fmi-n.,*>wipp  u i imiirrTrmit BirtiWiMf nuffiT^J-^'^^^lTlyf ^r^^^f*^*^"**  '     - : ��� With Margaret Allan  ONE OF the nicest holidays Lever spent wss aiuthejSe-  . , chelt Summer.Resort, the property of Herbert Whitr  aker. No cars nor radios and the men wore white flannel  pants and blazers on the esplanade. Tjhe sports wene fishing, swimming, boating, dancing, walking, knitting and  bridge. No bikinis, the bathing, suits 'were' from the riec&  to the knees.  ;���  When the' Union S.S. Co ac  1961 PARISIENNE convertible, ^quired the propertyj they rent  Excellent"- condition,- 1T.0O0  miles. Jean Laird, ' Redrooffs,,  Halfmoon Bay, B.C.       9774-32  FOR SALE  BUBLPEE ,& Letson heavy aluminum pressure cooker. 9  quart cans or 20 one lb salmon  slats capacity. Also Burpee  quick charge sealer ��� complete. Both excellent condition,  $50 cash. Phone 885-9393.  j    9787-31  BUY  and  save  on quantity���*  Smoke fish and fresh local fish  only. Plant at James1 Wharf.  Sechelt. 885-9721. 78-H-tfn  E  E  Paint - Fibreglass - Rope  Canvas - Boat Hardware  ��WALT NYGREN SALES  LTD.  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-9303  7857-tfn  NEW English cut Harris Tweed  Sport Jacket 38 chest phone  885-9646. 9782-tfn  SOCKEYE salmon gillnet, excellent -condition," used 3  weeks only. Phone AM 6-9764  or writeJ Box - 1777, Sechelt  Times. 9762-31  JAY BEE USED  FURNITURE  Phone 886-2346, Gibsons  Next to Ken's Parking  Beer bottles. We buy and  ��� sell everything  -Aa.a ;������;������ ���;;::;���;��� ������:.:;���:;;; ;:,y. A''': 9991-tfn '  McCULLOGH   super   33   chain  saw   $85.00?   Phone   885-9335.  ,,.,.,.'.,������,V77V,. ..,V,7V,,-.,..'.,,, .9785-33  Please phone evenipgs to  in  FOR  ed cottages, mostly for all summer, both in Selma Park and  Sechelt. My husband, Bill, was  gardener there, and there were  tennis courts and badminton'  .where a, lot of tournament play*  ers practised.  Staff o�� lhe USS Co occupied  the few houses in the Village  and children attended the little  red school in the west end <hut  more of that later, when I clunb  the hill again).  My husband had taken up  homestead land in 1916, but L  came to Sechelt in 1929 to live  permanently in the cottage that  the shoemaker has now.  Bill was very interested in the  Indian band who at that time  had a brass band that could  blow the i oof off any hall. Basketswere woven in those days  and I. think that today the reserve wopld be a good location  for an Art Colonysas,:theVlndfan  people are all artistically inclined. So my advice is "Get  with it boys and girls, don't  fool around."' '  Submii notice  on co-operaiion  DR. WLTER R. N. STURDY,  president of the Chiropractors Association of British Co-  isjumbia, has pledged the co-op*  eration of his profession in implementing the new.B. C. Med-  :ical''i*jM��:'-'������'������  ''' ���*'    V:7-7:��� - ?������-���.���  "WoVhave assured Premier  Bennett and Hon., Mr. Black,  the minister in charge, of our  fullest cooperation," Jpr, Stur*  dy says. "We are pleased that  the government has rccogniz^  ed chiropractic, by including its  Clams monitor <  waier pollution  THE COASTAL.areaVhere may  not be swamped withf sea cucumbers^ but we don't suffej?  any shortage - of clams, \ and  these two items are making  scientific headlines, and aiding  the country to-boot. " . ,  A University of Victoria  oceanographer, Dr. D. V, Ellis;  in announcing discovery of several rare forms of sea life off  the west coast of Vancouver  Island, said his find could have  military advantages.  Dr. Ellis said the clams and  sea cucumbers, as well as other  forms of marine life, are usually found only in very cold sub-  artic waters. He said that gauging the effect of polluted waters  and warmer currents on the  less-hardy species, his four-  man exploratory team will be  able to map more accurately  where water comes from and  where it gOest '  ,' By providing the Royal Canadian Navy with a more accurate map of oceanic currents  *r-courtesy of the cucumbers  and clams���strategists will b$  able to map out submarine  movements with increased efficiency.  The cold water sea life was  found at remote Kaaish Bay  under 120 feet of water.,   ,  Dr. Ellis said he also expects  the discovery will aid in pollution , monitoring and -fishery1  prediction. This year's expedition was the first in a series-  aimed at charting oceanic currents of the entire B.C. coast  over a 10-year period.  The expedition was financed  by an annual operating grant  from   the   Rational   Research  services  among    the    benefits    Council and Will cost $50,000 to  under the plan. This brings the    complete, said Dr. Ellis.'  plan into  Voluntary  schemes.  line    with    leading  health     insurance  ROY BOLDERSON,    ,  Bo* 435, Sechelt, B.C.  Phone 885-9530  7905-tfn  2 BEDROOM homc7ful^ modern, upper side highway, e|o*  vated, View Vancouver Island.  IVa blocks Selma Park store,  Down payment $1,500. ; Phone  885*2205, 9755-31  WALT   NYGREN   Sales    Ltd.  now handling * handguns; rif*  les,  and shotguns on consign*  ment. Phono 886*9303, Gibsons,,  Under thc B, C Medical  Plan patients may claim up to  $50 annually for chiropractic  services without medical referral.  There are some 150 chiro  praetors in British' Columbia  operating under the Chiroprac*  tic Act which provides registration, licensing and discipline'  administered by an official  board,  Dr, Sturdy declares^ that" chl*  ropractic"is a ���separate and dis*  tinct health service not provided by any other healing art.  "Therefore wo welcomo the do*  cislon Of tho'provincial govern*  ment to include chiropractic  treatments in Its plan,*'        >  ST. JOHN'S  UNITED CHURCH  Wilson Creek, BX.  Sunday School���9:45 a.rn.  Divine .Worship��� 11 ��� 15 am  Led by Miss H.E, Campbell  Except on 2nd Sunday each  ���    month  Family Scrv|c<H~l 1; 15 a.m.  ��� Divine Service���3:30 p.m.  Led by Rov, WV M. Cameron  A little hoy, wllh'a trace of a  lear running down from one  eye, walked tip to n poilceimiu  nnd asked. "Did you happeo lo  see a lady '{olng by wllliout1  mc?" s  BETHEL BAPTIST  A  CHURCH  SECHELT  SERVICES v  SHiidoy School ��� 10 b.m7  CtiMrchS��rvlw-~-nil5a.m.  Proyor - Wodnoiday 7i30 p.m,  , ...���:���;   PASTOK   ������"���"REV.'A'; WILLIS  You oro Invltwl trt'ottend''''  any or o��ch sorvico,  " '''WIII>*l^����IIMitilu����iiWillB  "ir:c:  7858-lfn  Sunshine Coast  Gospel Church  I (Undcnomlnotiongl)  Sunday School  10 a.m.  Church Service������������"-���  11:15 am.  PASTOR REV, S, CASSELLS  ,$*M^i%,i^tuC*|piffMH>lty'-*M*ll~i*  TRT  Tho,  Anglican Church  plRWi#WI#A<l��^><<*VM '  Rector Rov, Jhiuon II, 1'ciHuv.oit, ||,A��� |���||-,  Phono wynn  ,' $undby# July %5, 1968  ST. HILDA'S���SECHELT.  Holy Communion���9!30 am, ,  EGMONT  Evening Prayer���3;00 p,m���  *r4i*H| V Jlf flft*  ��-^~l'*"*W*1|l  ',^<,.ff*.f*iH^r-w*T,iM,*-*f,*-*i*i'^T*f**r*-'  '   i xA  *. * '. '*  , ��*-?     ^-.  -*���*   A-,  ^iw*t-��t*��*(��iW*to*^��*Wa*����K^^  -r*��*��_M-.  *���  I H * #    <f *   -     f.  ��(* !��*i(tN.--��*(('-'^'**#.ir'tfrW,'H^"7W-T ��� y,-  .i.l      <v  ?.. J ..7.. JJ  ���--��-��� ,"'~a��  Ml'  j**- i��F~,��h-f *-*.*.  -u A*,*v*��.i^*-. ^jr*vy��^ry~i^**tf_tn��,��r��ft>tt   H^Ate-i-  .^.*y.X-**-!��   -*-**nw����.j^-^*v*^^,��*w��waLS'"l J"****; _Y_ A  Circirulation audit  TPHE TIMES was elected to membership ia the Audit  Bureau of Circirculations this, mouth; above are  (left) ABC field auditor Walter E. Daw&ins and editor  Doug Wheeler, as final checks were being made on The  Times' circulation records. ABC is an international and  independent audit service which determines the exact  paid circulation of member newspapers,for the benefit  of advertisers, and its findings are indisputable. Through  analysis of ABC reports, the growth (or decline) pattern  *bf any newspaper may be accurately determined. In its  short life of 18 months servingstfce peiiwstfc %fe^Kmes*  has shown a steady upward trend in its circulation curve  as more and more readers are attracted" to its 'bright  newsy columns and photo-filled editions.  Times  BUSINESS DIRECTORY  L & H. SWANSON LTD.  Septic Tanks and'Drain Field*  Backhoe and Front End  Loador Work  Screened Cement Gravel  , Fill and Rood Gravel  Phone 885-9666  Box 172-Sechelt  Marine Supplies Service  GARDEN BAY  BOATWORKS  |.      A COMPLETE LINE OF  BOAT REPAIRS  Garden Boy, B.C.  Phone 883-2366  Scoyrs ��� Logs  SECHELT TOWING  & SALVAGE LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving  & Log Towing  L. HIGGS  ,    :������ Phone 885-4425  ,|>,*i-aHHM��>Mi-H*��>>ii|i'liiiiii _- Hi���_.i ��� ���  ii     ���   i-an   w  Phono 885-2062  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Electrical Contractor*  .Appliances - Electric Heat  Phono 885-2062  -, i '���  ' 'I'." i - ' ' ' ���'���  ''Mortgage1 Money  '<������    for Now Construction  ;  or Older Homes  Fa^^W^^****-*���-**'^*^^1  '_if��np;i!;B: ltd,  Sunnychost, Shopping Centre  Glbion. 066-2401  Frank E�� Docker  OPTOMETRIST  i  Bal Block  Glbions  I      Every Wednesday  -^Phait*- 886-9890  HALL - METAL  General Sheet-Metal"  HEATING - DOMESTIC  COMMERCIAL - INDUSTRIAL  Phone 885-9606  TREE FALLING  TOPPING OR REMOVING  LOWER LIMBS FOR VIEW.  Insured work from Port-Melton  to Pender Harbour  PV SERVICES LTD.  Phone 886-9946  and 886-9615  PENINSULA  BUILDING SUPPLY  "The, House With A Heart"  E. J. Caldwell, Proprietor  Box 97 - Sechelt. B.C.  Phone Sechelt 885-9669  WATER SURVEY  SERVICES  Complete Water System Servlco  L C. EMERSON  Sccholt 885-9510  '    Insured Blasting  TINGLEYS  HI-HEAT  SALES and SERVICE   -  for all your heating  requirements  4-Oil��Cpr?s*Flnance Plans  C. E. (Cal) Tingley  Botf No, 417, Sechelt  885-9636 ��� 885-9332  ���WW�����������* mwii ��ti ntm'��w*+mm^,iMm"m*m*mmmmtmHmi*mmmm��m*mm*mmim*  ELECTRA-CLBAN  -���->���*-Upholstery-Cleaning  Carpets - Furniture -  MOIMr**ABOUT- r-   *-'-��-���  Planning committee  put��lwse^of-;'iidditfeiiaIJ.]aria forY  ttoyJaarigdW a(nd'|_ad&ra ffiufe' -  Elementary'" SchoolsrT, Site "Me v-%  elopjaent^vjorte is <nroceeding fatv *  several schools. ' >       A  gOWPMEMT^ A *~?C~ 7  ; Equipment foixihe expanded  Secondary f ���HS&gramnSJ^at -M--  phinstorie and* PehdefHarbbur  Schools has'beeapurchased.^ -\  REFERENDUM 6   l, c     <_   A  - -The' addition of a. library- to\  the Penders HarJ^qur-, J^ecqndary^ .  School has been "shelved' temporarily, as  the tender figure  was' "almost 'double" -tb4*--_teEe-V_  eridum- figtitfe. It ydll- be -seen^  whether or; not lit can. be'\uilt'  ./sufficiently^ cheaply"iir the" win-"'  ter, .possibly" by" our own 'per---^  sonneliv .'       -* :   ���  Site work is- proceeding on1  several schools, including, preliminary work on the* track at  Elphinstone Secondary School.  FUTURE REFERENDUM  . .  . Plans, are  already, in band  and1 studies, are being made in  connection with* the next' referendum. Thi_ could include .all  or any oltbe following projects*;  further additions to Elphinstone  Secondary,School for vocational training' and" possibly a new  or expanded  gymnasium;   the  addition o�� .a library to* Gib- -  sons, an activity room to Langdale, and a lunch-room to Sechelt Elementary School;  possible replacement, of old school  buildings at Gibsons and/or Sechelt- Elementary Schools; covered play areas at Langdale,  Koberts   Creek   and ' Mardtetfa  Park Elemental Sehobfer whiofr  have-been deleted from the current building programme^ money for a future school site at  Sechelt'; perhaps additional' money for the presedtly' planned'  additions to; Gibsons Elementary and Pender4 Harbour Secondary. Schools 'i if they jcannot  be financed under Referenda 5  anaV ft -hi decision should also-  be made about the desirability  of relocating the School Board  Office'   within 'the- ��� next ' few  years.  ' _f  FUTURE PI.ANPUNG  In- order tb be* able to work  to a master-plan and to try to  obviate the necessity for amateur guesses Concerning the  proper siting of such things as  playground equipment, covered  play areas, playing fields, high  school' tracks or swimming  pools it is intended" to engage  the services of an architect. In  conjunction with- the Committee, the District: Superintendent,  thc Principals and other interested parties, he, will prepare  master plans for each school  showing its ultimate state of  development, as far as both  buildings and sites arc" concerned, so far as can be judged  at this time. Thc plan will  hopefully be sufficiently flexible  as to make It capable of adaption in thc light ot unforeseen  changes required in tho future,  Wg<fr\fttf)r2ty 1965^  Sechelr Peninsula Times .-, Page 3  September 9th . .  \    <-2\     *~  J M     V  ..   %   '   s>     r  remier W.M. Bennett  mil open Simon Eraser  PREMIER W. A..C. Bemiett vrk 'open,Slmdh Fraser tfn*  7 iver/sity on the afternoon oi Septemb"er^9tfi7 sM&DiS  A. R/lVfecKinnon; Dean* # Fa<n_lty- of .Education, at-a  Gibsons* meeting -last- week. Several of Powell Rive?  School Board, attended'.. '���       �� : ���m  - TThere-will^ ba classes in the tention; the trimester' 'system!  morning and the university.will��� and the lecture tutorial-method  be fiUty equipped, staffed^and    of instructioa      ' -   7J '���*"*- ��  ^     -   '��     *       V-  readyvto receive the anticipatetl  2,00fr sttfdents. The 'exact Ham*''  her, is' not yefe known* and^con*- %  trary to; belief there is still  plentyr of' room as the univeri-  ity can accommodate extra students by extending the university- day and* has- an arrangement with UBC whereby additional staff may be borrowed.  Nine hundred enquiries have  been received from students  outside the* province.  Faculty members have* beenr  carefully* selected, said* the  Dean, the- university receiving  300 applications for each appointment. For a university to1  attain world status it must be  known by good teaching.  Two features of Simon Fraser University merit special at-  - Through the trimester? sys$~  tern ihe University>\rilL-'operagfe  th6 year' 'rounds students^majr  enrol in September, January of  May - and,.* attend., one? iwo* x>r  three, semesters per year giving, all students qualified to de  so an opportunity to attend.  The basie method of instruction comprises a combination of  large lecture sections and small  tutorial groups.. This method allows the maximum number.of  students to,hear the best lecfc  urers the university can, offer  at the same time- providing  , through vthe "tutorial groups',  personal contact betwee^facuity  and students. "   " * " " **���  -v  USE?   TIMES   CLASSIFIED  FOR QUICK RESULTS.  Sechelt social notes  -a-  MRS: Daisy Tierney of Vancou-  ver, guest of'Mrs. Geo. Batchelor.  From Ladner, Mrs. Claude  Caron with son Steven* antr daughter Lynn guests of Mrs. Alice  A. French:  Recent visitor to Sechelt,  Mrs. Bertha Wood of Vancouver visiting her mother, Mrs.  Jack Wood and other members  of her family.  Mrs. Frank Walker and daughter Carol visiting in- Tacoma,  Washington. '  Mr. and Mrs. W. J. De Hart  have been busy 'welcoming  friends and relatives to Sechelt  during the past few weeks. Mr.  and Mrs. W. Scarsbrqok and  Linda, parents and sister of  Mrs. Do Hart spent aTfeW days  in Sechelt before returning to  their home in Nanaimo after  visiting Disneyland.  Mr. and Mrs. Jack Honeyman  of JLadner also dropped in to  say "Hello", They have been  enjoying a fishing and camping  holiday at Tillicum Bay.  Visitors from 100 Mile House  are Mr.  and  Mrs.  Ed Wright  -���With Your Neighbours '  who have been camping at Sechelt- campsite. They, enjoyed  their visit so- much- that they  will be purchasing- property in  the area, where they hope to retire.. Before returning home.they  will visit friends in Powell River.  Ono man to another at cocktail pnrty: "I'm bushed, I  think I'll flirt with somo good-  looking dnmo so my wife will  tnko mo home,','  Sechelt  Beairt; Salon  Evelyn Hayes  Abova Poit ufflca  Cutting and Styling  Tuosday to Saturday 9-3  ,"Your Stairway To  Hair Beauty"  Phone 885-0525  Puts  th�� things  you want  within  your reach  Bank, of i  MOIMTREAX  ���MIMaMHMM*~��M  j-(��-*.rJ|tUMH'<f  Ml-I If.- wf ft *#-���*���*<  886-2166  Rugs_  .. for���.appolntmQnt  .,,u*w(-t*����� J-xi-v  NOW AVAILABLE  ZESALLOS LADY for  CHARIER SERVICE~:  0-PERATBN43 FRO^ THE WHARF  PORPOISE BAY  For Prompt Service Phone  leballas Lady hy  Radio Telephone  ��lrA ,* ^ w*-^H��M-'  LOW-COST  LIFE-INSURED LOANS   ;  Sechelt Urnnchr     '      ��� ���  ERNEST BOOTH, Mftnngcr    '  Pender Harbour, Mmlolrn Park <  (Sub*ABcncy): Opca Daily  .,__ _Q ibsQns���ncnnc|-**-*���*-    l  RDWARI) 1IKNNIKKK, Mnnnftcf  ^ i J  it IW W* (*'**.�� '#���'*"��� \ '������)* <*>'  '������I   ii ��� "r i |  ,��� ���   t i -'���������' j ' v. ���fp'*V!M�� jJrsf-fitv^-i** (*ua>,��rv*t-'B<-**rv*  -V    :!  ���f.  '     ��� I-  ������*     1  B-H��-*.4!��lte|  Change Methods?  (Montreal Star)  NO PROGRESS has been made  in a quarter century of effort  to wipe out the illicit traffic in  narcotic drugs, says the Permanent Central Opium Board.  The difficulty of the Board's  work is quite easy to understand. There are two prices for  opium, the legitimate price for  authorized production and the  black market price for illicit  production, jjnd to the poor farmers in fiie countries where  opium poppies are raised, the  black market temptations are  very hard to resist.  The boom in air travel, and  the impossibility of making  thorough searches of baggage  inake the operations; of the  smuggler easier.  ��� There is an important implication for Canada in this con-,  fession that the drug trafic cannot be suppressed at either end;  The method of dealing with ad*  dicts^ should be changed, because we know that addiction  is as difficult to eliminate as  the traffic.  . The practice we have followed, of simply jailing addicts, is  useless and vindictive. Drugs  ���can even be smuggled into badly-administered jails. Even the  best treatment in special institutions for the purpose is"  pathetically; ineffective., Discha-,.  xged patients generally fall  back into their old ways soon  after release unless they have  got rid of the personality weakness that tripped theim up in  the first place.  We have a narcotic-addict  'population several times that  of Britain which has several  times our population. Britain,  unlike us, goes to no trouble,  officially, to control addiction.  Addicts are recognized as needing medical care, and they are  allowed to secure the treatment they need without police  interference. The cost of treatment by a medical practitioner  is small, infinitesimal beside  that of buying illicit drugs in  the underworld in North  America, and the patient's  life is not disorganized by  the means he, or she, must  resort to in obtaining the money for1 drugs and the need to  conceal the condition. Take addiction itself out of the crime  category and the impulse behind many other offences is removed.  Surrender,  Not Negotiation  (New York Herald Tlribunc)  THERE comes a moment in  every major international  crisis when nerves begin to  snap and voices cry out for  some one to do something to  avert the threatened holocaust.  And the) panacea for which  they yearn is usually "negotiation." So it was at the time of  Munich and so it is today in  the time of Vict Nam.  Congressmen (usually Demo*  crats) tell us that their mail Is  running as high as 15 to onc in  favor of negotiating a cease*  fire and a settlement. And  while they do not have enough  courage to come out;find reject  Ihclr president's policy of re.  taliatory strikes agairert North  Viet Nam! they suggest that  their constituents should know  better Minn tho White House,  the State Department, the Nat*  ional Security Council and all  the rest, m'  ...��Mv.<?rj?lty4��:stwrtcnts��and*ncw��.  spapcrs take up the call (or  ^negotiation" and for "settle*  ment;" and who la to argue  ^vlth   virtue   ami   motherhood?  ' Tho demand., sccma perfectly  right, fair and just, Thc only  trouble with If Is that, in most  cases, it to Intended to produce  ftq emotional... release rather  than, a reasoned course for deal.  Ing with one of our most dif.  flcult crises ' since , tho end of  fi-CfiEU P^OTNSULA^5&��e*  ~ Jervis Inlet  "I may be wrong, but I shall not be so wrong as to fail to, say what 1 believe to oerfeJif."--JoHN At&ns  ,, �����.���..��� - i,. .      ... ... ��� Wednesday, July 21,1965 ���--���'-������ ��� �������� ��     -   *  Wpfmtlvm Feme�� Sitting  ESTABLISHMENT of a water district for West  Sechelt, "later" in" the year; will provea tremendous relief to many of the residents of the  area who at this: time find themselves in desperate straits.  Some wells have already dried up,  giving cause for alarm and in the event of a  fire, it is a sure bet all would be lost. We have  an exceptionally efficient fire service but without availability of water there is little to be done.'  The amount carried by the fire truck is negligible  when it comes to dealing with a fire of. any magnitude. This was emphasized recently when the  fire trucks were called to a blaze at West Sechelt,  only to find the well dried up within a few short  minutes. Several trips were therefore necessary  to refill the trucks, during which time the house  burned to the ground.  One can -well visualize the joy with which  most of the West Sechelt residents will welcome  the proposed water system. Unfortunately, alii^- jnajority-of - those in the area have"  signed for connection, there are more who jap-  pear to be in ho hw overwhelming success  Left-livers  Oh, snow, covered peaks of  Jervis, -*   r i _ ���  How I envy your beauty1 and  poise, -      '   ' t  Calmly serene and Untroubled,  Unheeding the world - and its  noise. v    <   " ' ������  Making this world more'   ���  beautiful, .' >  No matter what the season.  Accepting storms or summer  facility. ��� ' %       skies,  This is^a short-sighted policyrparticularly in :^0y questioning ^odTwason* ~  cases where a well isconsidered adequate, for ap-  art from the fire hazard, tliere is also the consider- ���>ng from life just .ts beauty,  atipn of fire in We rates which become aP; JJ. ~ &* ��*��  others   Prec,ably lower for property serviced by a water    h0|Kff . _ J  system. On the other hand, value of property will A,ong yo*ur rugged side<  increase by a great deal more than the cost of '  hook-up to the system. Your ****}*?$ ,ike a cw,in8  hand,  Quite  obviously,   the   more  home-owners Laid on a fevered hroWf  signing up at this time, the lower will be the in- saying with soothing accents, ���  itial cost to all. There is an additional advantage "Let peace fill your weary soul  in that once work has commenced on the project,     now."  there will be, an extra $50 added to the connection ���Whai .f ^ &toms  cost7 about you,- ;  It would therefore suggest, fence sitting with Leaving deep vivid scars?  the object of simply paying a small connection fee Keep your eyes lifted upwards,  later on, will not prove successful. A small group A"d tl>en- find the shining  of diligent workers are to be complimented for     stars-  what they have accomplished in establishing the "Remember it's always the.tal-  water district, it now remains for everyone to get    ieSt peaks,  behind  them and give their support. Contract The jealous lightnings strike,  now and help your trusteestraake theproject an Trying to rock their founda- ^  tions,  Might striking at its like.  A FIRM in Washington (a "think company" is  the description used by the Insider's News  Letter), is working on something called "self-  regenerating" food.  The immediate pressure for the product is  the nourishment of space men on long trips, but  So if life has dealt with you  harder ,  part of it was consumed. A space traveler, accord- Than other men y��u lowing to the explanation, would eat up all but a small Rememberns only the mighty  portion of his. "steak," put the left-over piece into who ��"��� ^ke a mighty blowi__  a special culture and it would grow back to a full-  sizesteak ' .   The B.C. Coast  Sound like a fine idea. But let's not confine  ******      ***��^��-v_. ��w����***V*��**      V*      ��^_f *���-����**���*      -_l4*_-kft     wm      A*W-.4b.    ��,._. Af*-*)      V*���� WUA*��*      &-.n-W     4*     X.UIG     lUWAa  '��#**k     *V%   4     4��V*-     -��V-��** ���-��*��*��      *-fl_ t      t*"lf _t_      *  it is pointed out that success woul dalso solve the , this promising investigation to food. How about     * snowc*PPed n��is itiett  From all but those who care  world's food problem.  What the researchers are trying to do is to  create an edible tissue that would grow back after  looking into the same kind of possibilities elsewhere?  Investigate   B  Say, in self-regenerating children's shoes?  g   C��sts  To search for hidden bays and  find  Thc beauty Hoarded thcWr    *{  COST OF many things appears to be based upon  supply and demand which in certain instances is possibly understandable. In general  principal however, it is an undesirable system  open to the utmost suspicion and doubt.  In the case of some motels which have to  depend Jon the tourist season, it is drily natural  there be some variation in summer and winter  rates. All kinds of renovations havc to be carried  out during the off-season, during which time the  operator offers lower rates as a means of obtaining at least a small income. Repairs and winter  losses therefore have to be made up during the  busy season and usually higher charges are in-  MlmMtte Messages  "Most "people are bothered by  those passages of Scripture they  do not understand; but .". . the  passages that bother me ore thost  I do understand". ��� Mark Twain  Honesty Brings Peace  "I KNOW how to live humbly; I also know how to live  in prosperity ... In Him who strengthens mo I am able  for anything." Phillppiana 4:12, |3, (Moffntt)  If all, men could honestly say of themselves what  Paul here says of himself, they woiild have peace.  Pence, like a living plant, is not all on thc surface.  It has Its roots beneath thc surface of life, in the hidden'  realm of the soul. The root of peace is not like the root  of a parasitic plant; it cannot live in �� soul thnt is dead.  It lives only in a soul that is alive, n soufthat receives.  strength and sufficiency from'Him who Jsljfe indeed.  One of the major problems which men arc facing  jP^lnyJ.'j.ti)^prqblcm<of��making>pcttcc.��ccuro-oncnrth.��.  Hut pence will never havc its security on earth. Its true,  sv-CMrlty Is in henven���In the spiritual rcnlm, In the bouIs  of those who live by thc Son of God, The best that can  be ilonc on earth, even by intcrnatlonnl pence conferences for thc .establishment of social and economic justice  n,nd ��n International police force Is only �� preparation  for the tfomlng of true pence, ,  Men ennnot havo pence until,they have It root and   all; they cannot havc pence until thqy bc|lcvojn Jesus, ,....,,...Z~~~~'~.   .T  as the Son of God and know His saving povy��;r, and arc Nothing Is so dangerous as being too modern. Ono  able to say with PnuJ./'ln Him who sirenfi^cp" /no I mm i!.,JP.UQ-it��iVV~old"Jfashioncd,quli<>,*udUcnlyT���r���   in��i,T��jrffiJ^nTni?r"'",'r"'" "'  ��� -Oscnr WIMo  The jealous sun may try to   .  steal  stituted. Their crown in summertime,  One 6f the rather unsavoury examples of Bui down their sides like molten  upping prices when demand exceeds supply, would     pearls  appear to be that of the larger building contract- It flows in liquid rhyme,  ors, particularly when it involves school construe-  .���,...���_     .   ..���  t*. J And so thc vain hills arc  -    _        , , . ' ,  ���'      .      bedecked ,  -  , Throughout the province we hear of school j��� jewelled waterfalls,  building referenda falling far short of anticipated whose singing voice is echoed  expenditure when tenders are received. This is no     in  fault of the local school boards, for they base The many wild bird calls,  their figures on, those quoted by the department  of education, which, it is logical to assume, ,has  experts in construction costs, to advise them,  Certainly the old story of rising costs, blamed on wage increases, is sufficient to make one's  heart bleed, Indeed, if one is to believe the talcs Where greater beauty waits.  ,'of woe, wc should all shed warm tears of sympathy  for the hard hit million-dollar contracting companies, ,'���������/.���  The big question is what would thc companies think of a public investigation? This is  what js needed at thc present time and the quicker the better. There might well be a few frills attached to the school building programs which if rp >> M a u/^-j  cut out would save a little of the taxpayers hurd- ifMt A  "ror<l  earned capital. It is nevertheless, peanuts, com- D. H. Uwrcnct  j>arcd to the difference in thc contractor's csti- Tell men word  \ mate to that of thc original school board figures, Tn,u yo,,'vc oUm heard  When only three concerns bothered to re- Ycl  ll  "V1^"  v��u  s<l��ln*  turn cstimates, for largo school projects, of some ,f you hM ll ^ prinU    V  40 or more in thc business, It is obvious there is  no shortagc>f contracts,When''the lowest of  those three tenders is more than $M),()()() above &8ftePEiWSUU^w^  thc school board estimate, then something smells,       Pllb,|shr<1 w^���M,.L  Either, the Depnrtmem of Education compiles its TscSdT^  estimates from pre-war figures which is possible,      on B.C., Sunshine Coast -  or the trade knows it has the schools over thc pro- bv  ,3��rbj*iL^  Small islands like lost fairy  lands.  That float in sheltered straits,  Arc stepping stones to fairer  lands,  Anil though you've travelled  mnny lands,  And wondrous sights can  bonst,  You'll never find a fairer land,  Than our jown U.C, coast.  mmmmmmmmKmmftmwmmmm-mmmmmmmurm^  i'*tMs.-iiB("*MfiHHiW.^;i*i*��M�����a��ma!��i i-i  ���Someone needs Investigating and it might bo  o sound idea for a government investigation, starting with the contractors.  One hope is that a local man gets Into tho  business, for right now It Is1 unfortunate that so  many large contracts have to go away from the  district.  JloxWl . Sechelt, B,C,  ServltiR the area from  Port Mellon to Egmont  {llom Sound to Jervis Inlet)  Douglas Q, Wheeler, Editor  S, B. Alsgard, Publisher  Subscription Rates:  (In advance!  1 Year, S3- 2 Years, $?  J����Y��nr��-$h1  U,S, nnd Foreign $5 50  er- .fl k* d* *��<  i i I, r 1   "l** ������   ^ f*-* W>#r*-* r-j*(''^|---^-%^*rV  ���--^vVwt^**^''***^^ pU^^  tf\ �������;  ���.jirr--     ^--y-  *> *^_r*��3ri  ��ly-**-*    w��"^  ,tv^r*^c~  5**. #-$ cjf'  ' s^^^r^v^^^f^  -   * -* ^^ _..   _�� <���<���,  ��eir��ra to #e Editor must carry a signature and address,  ��� - '.,    / \   pen-natnrmay be used forpubJl, *   ''"  ?��1StS^��d^iSn U^ealisUc ,f ^'^iraiUhose-^tes ;___ increasingrimpact -on  the'  2_?*J,td2^'1,ot ^ow *ayiew v' *������ P*ey��Unrlocal-iPrices pre- v national -economy ashore __S->,-.  ^ ^metanes/��� cheaper ^(Kf scart^mwh^^he^dach^ ^rnoST^S^^^^..? __Si-\  &icts vhxcH^theConsumersof-4 ^rices/do.to?Terfd^t* ��f ,a^c ^Jfr^5}!^ ���L,  .A.  Rising COStS    , appeared __  Editor, The Times *"���*-' |��V* ^l*1 ~,  , cjr >m -Va��w��M.' - ~. ^ ?��<? ^ Bound on> s  J^^J^FSS ��owmentary   &i-_tttettffc-no airitf cbpnec  of statistics-made a, delightful  piece .of* after-dinner^ reading.  pbyidusly~ written -with .tongue  jn -cheek, 4he~ article ^nevecthe-  less, ^drives, .home , the.fact ,that  there< is, a'considerable gap bj-  .tween stausti^alatistractfon and  lhe real world in Iwhich a,n individual finds himself.at a'giv-    .        ......    , .,, ,   en* time and place."   \   '��� t    9* mattete, of iactf oughttahe' vvneiuAesf camts^^s'^^  , I would like to-think,that it' :��aJ?' ^* SJates/ar^'iiafc^^^^  was Ed's beefing.aboutVream^ "*rf *��������*/*.statistics, and^^inenBonea abo%% eqnivSent   lite -Suggested mvestte-ttm-  __  that enabled my wife toleave   ��* ot tiying^index fc.in 4u_U to/a_oi^;i* CanadUuTlE, Se jSS-^SSw*3 J?  the   supermarket' triumphantly   ���***��M *e federal>tf-/**irf^l-^^  bearing a huge.cut of lean round    ��ww��t'and periodicaUr repor- Ration -of income ^eos^AnL la?�� _2Sa2^nT"  steak, my favorpte cut; at 69c    ted ,��>. serious ebmii*BBfti*V^^^^  a pound, on the day the article    ��*���;?�� ****> ofwurse an , lessrto eontpW ��rocejy*5�� i ^ &32_���� _?^,!?5��  SSSSr^ ��3**Srnsas_tL saws asrS  S S_��^*~*^���� ����_a__wi  ._ the ihcthiduaU v.;.:  - producers, ;antrtt_i-r J-  "national ea��i;4rr/  %ah local��condition.  ^JffiuOtafcas aal alternative to  the Suggested investigation by  Chiropractic Office  MON��� THURS., SAT.  1678 Marine Drive - Gibsons  Phone 886-9843  1 -r -*'  ��� ��� insist  ��� Tfte Ttiroes,  dmsified   -  . ffakeY^  .   Wloney11 -  The Times  _**S!5_s_^ e*_f _____ ^:?��!?1?^4���-_*��� < "pSSSSi  these items "is  reflects. ', Sonne  ^.-.^ .w, ��� _�������., _T55__ ���^'a3St  j'iVt^*  7 ���' " -*        s  IIWiMmtWMMItlWWIMIiMlHIHIIIMIMInkilM^li  >    if   <  -.rj-s..; t  ewd ana l/iewd of your business leaders'  M|M ����,-_,* ^^ * ! ! i V���~"~~" i  ���~-"*-**~��m~mmmmmm*m*mmm  Ch&mSaw Centre  Wilson Creek  Dealers for PM. Canadien - McCulloch -  Homelite - Pioneer and Stihl Chain Saw*.  COMPLET��� STOCK OF ALU MODELS  Parts and Repair Service  Telephone 885-9626  ��� !  If  HY sbuld yon shop af 11  U  IGAtililS  SHOE' STOEE  �� Secheft, B.C. - S^h. ��S5-9519  3  1 -  YOUR FAMILY STORE  STYLE SERVICE AND QUALITY  ��Mwjrar��*M  Your Peninsula Centre  for Furniture, Appliances  Soles ond Service  I  "frm^trmmmmmmm*  * Nohl?hJ,re,s���re-ReUxedatm��K!Aerei j   ^05^ ftB|W*NTS  j  ��� Most items lower than city prices | j  Calls now taken for Ad-briefs  \  fticbter's T.V. & Hadio Ltd. I \* V-w**.-*_.-. ����� | | fj^'*1*^ \  ^echelf,B.C. |��hone 885-9777       |  * Established for 12 years I J   Sunnycrest Plow ,    Phone 886:__231   !  * Largest selection on the Peninsula in:  Furniture - Appliances - TV's - Stereos -  Radios-Clocks'-etc. - etc.  1 r  w WW m^mmmmmmmmmmmmmm^  wmm*'*******Mmmmmmmmwfimmwmmmm  11  Sifll Oil Distifibiitdr  GIBSONS, B.C.  Phone 886-2133  > ���-��  ��MMWNHWMW��M  ���ww��-���������w���W)���,M<M1>)Www<  Youf Dealer for:  G.E. - FLEETWOOD - TYNAN -  SPEED QUEEN - WEST1NOHOUSE  ZENITH TV, Etc.  II-  I  PENINSULA PLUMBING  UMITED  Heating & Su����lies  FREE ESTIMATES  Super Kemtone        ,  S/ierw/n William Paints  Phone S86-9S33  Plumbing and Heating  j  Let us corer to   5   '  oil your Plumb-'  fog and  Heating  needs. Oil  Co, or Bank fin-  j  <tancing    avail-  j  k able, i  .SUPPLIES  and  j  SERVICE        i  Benner Bros.    '  iff  ecu  Sechelt, B.C.  tadio  Phone 885-9777  I  . '���    ' 885-9592 >  "I ������       ��  *��� �����!        Hi    I,  I '  '!$ .����rfin i^d ,^Wj 1^,.'  0        /_**��     0  FimWITURE AND PAINT  I 'Saz. .'....". ^T0^.   SECHELT ;"'  "���7^P'hoW"8B?=2W58 ���  1  I  i  rmmmm  tmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm*\mmtimmmmmmm��m��0y 1  Have fun  in the sun  \  1  elened  ^rash  Gulf Building Supplies  ^T Lumber -&- Plywood  \   j   ^r Roofing        ^ /nsufefion  |   T-V Poinds       tUt Hardware  sport* wear/"**j f-^r-{^emenf* "^ Ceiling Tile  \  ij1��    wifii our summer  '  /<>#?  Conveniently located across from  Ken's* Lucky Dollar Stord  FtioiienB^^  mmmmmm mmmtmmmm *mmmmMp#mmmmmmmmmMmmmmmmr0mmmmmmdmmmMmmm0^m**mm  ���  .1  ��V��RYTHING FOR YOUR  BUILDING REQUIREMENTS  j Gulf Building Supplies  1.  11.m9.mmm0.mm0.mm  %  s.        \  Al.:..,  ,���.,.��,:,T,i.i���,��,,.,.,.  ^..,4,..,to,���., I  "���J  r>t. ..*.*.  . >* ,*- .  .At, **A& ��^.rtf . *,��.**? *W*At4 ^Jl^ _��  *">  Page 6      Sechelt. Peninsulo Times      Wed., July 21, 1965  '-*"-��� ^* ����� " _-*���������.�� iff"-" j_  I- VA-.^.^-'i*^ T _7A.'  &^5V!W^_iJS_5  ���   i ^r**-- "*���- *������+.���������_n.  Scouts day out  THRILLING to their first venture in the sleek 27' whaler,  last Sunday, were six scouts of the 1st Roberts Creek  Co,T, Accornpa G.  Thatcher and instructor Mr. Mike Fromager. The boys  are learning to handle the oars during practice runs prior  to their camping holiday in August.  Ottawareport  ������The Times' Ottawa  Bureau  THERE is "a sinister and growing involvement of crime  in politics." That statement was made by no headline-hunting political hatchetman. It was made by Prime  Minister Pearson, following publication of th^ Dorion  Report. He pledged his government to a war "on crime!  Not many  months  ago,   Mr.  Pearson; along with most Canadians, would have greeted that  kind of statement' with a certain - mocking incredulityi It  would have ..been un-Canadian  to believe that the tentacles of  international crime, the Mafia,  the Cosa Nostra, L'union Corse,  with them ..'adequately^: ./  Gone too, and perhaps facing  criminal charges, was Raymond Denis, former executive  assistant to former Immigration Minister Tremblay. Judge  Dorion said there was no doubt  Denis   had   offered   a   $20,000  were reaching into government   bribe in an attempt to obtain  itself.  Some   of   that   incredulity  greeted Conservative MP Erik  bail for suspected dope smuggler Lucien Rivard.  Guy Rouleau, the-personable  Nielsen    last    November    23,   young  member  of  parliament  when he rose in the Commons   from Montreal-Dollard who be-  to   reveal  charges  of  bribery  , and coercion in government offices.  The course of the next few  months, not only vindicated  Mr, Nielsen, but opened the  eyes of Mr.  Pearson to what  came embroiled in the affair,  saw his career disintegrate almost overnight. He lost successively his job as parliamentary  secretary to the prime minister,.  chairman of (the Liberal "caucus,   and  finally  his   seat   in  dangers lurk in the seemingly   Parliament   and   his   member  safe   and  familiar  lagoons  of   ship in the Liberal Party.  politics  Judge Frederic Dorion, Chief  A number of others on the  ���mges of the Liberal party had  SCC   ���� ,lULbe<L. S��!   their ^careers, abruptly" tormina  court, was named to make a  full  inquiry, into  the  charges.  ,' Before his  tribunal trooped a  ted. Some will have their day  In court. Others; if they are  lucky, may live out their days  Sh/^i.^^ ���S   j" P^ce, content to have light-  ly escaped their brush with organized crime.  from the demimonde of crime  and politics, .....  FELLS JUSTICE  The   Judge's   report   felled  sn tlio meantime, the men at  the top have bee made rudely,  Justice Minister  Favreau,  not aware of the powdr and lnflu  for any lock of honesty or hon- ence of international criminals,  or, but for his failure to Jrccog* They haVe been forced to con-  nio  the dangers   and  to  deal aider  how,  Jn  the  scheme  of  MARVEN VOLEN  who has served tlje Sunshine Coast with a  ''Professional Tree Service''  W'il^^S.fysM^jW****'^^ IH fr*-^!^**-!^**1'  ij   pleased  to  announco   that   MR.   DIGBY  PpRTER of Gibsons hai become a partner.  Thoy now operate under tho name of  pv Services ltd.  Get rolling with PV and call 886-9946 or 806-9615  things, the money paid out for  an election poster could well  be the same dollar that paid  off the prostitute or the dope  peddler.  BLIND AREA  For men' like Mr. Pearson,  this has always been a blind  area. It did not behoove a po-  Mcal. leader.to,pay, .much iat-  tehtion ,to the twilgiht lone between politics and crime. Only  recently, when it became apparent that the criminals" ele*  * ments were boldly intruding on  the political scene did the government  become, alert to the  . dangers..;.    ,���....'        The-danger, contrary to what  some may,think, does not come  solely front oldline Quebec noli-'  .tics.   :   .  ' :Z [ - ���. " -.- v.. W^v,,.  Consider the Harry Stonehill  case. He was a wealthy immigrant who wanted to settle in  Vancouver and become a Canadian. He found influential  friends in British Columbia. It$'  took a long time to get rid pf  him, in spite of his sordid  background of influence-peddling, and the fact that he was  wanted in- the United; States on  several charges. One Vancou-  verite who made representations in Ottawa to keep Stone-  hill in Canada has been convicted pf forgery for signing B.C.  Premier Bennett's name to a  letter;     :   '7V'���V|7''''������;'V^'',V777V''':,  Then there was the case of  Nono Minaudo, a Windsor immigrant with alleged Mafia connections who managed to delay  his deportation for several  years. He too had the help of  no-dov.bt well-meaning friends.  At one time he had the present  External'Affairs Minister, Paul  Martin, as his lawyer._____  __  The one,heartening fact about  all thesecases���the Rivard affair, the Stonehill case, Minau-"  dor-is that the pressure tactics  didn't work. The payoffs were  rejected, the bribes turned  down, the influence petered out  at a certain point.  Lucien Rivard did Bwnot obtain,  bail! Hehad'-to escape from jail  instead. Stonehill and Minaudo  were both eventually forced to  leave Canada.  But there are other disturbing questions raised by the incidents.  TWO QUESTIONS  How is it that a man like  Lucien Rivard, engaged in the  international: smuggling trad?,  was able to find so many diligent helpers in the ranks of  and on the fringes of tbe Liberal Party?  Why was the easy assumption made by criminals that  government figures could be  bought, that political influence  could be diverted-to thwart the  course of justice?  These are the long disturbing  questions now:.' being pondered  by Mr. Pearson.  Their implications take Mm  deep into the nature of thc financing of political parties, the  slush fund, the use and' abuse  of political power at every level, in short, the war;; on crime  in politics.  At the moment, naturally  enough, the personal consequences of the Dorion report  the resignations, the shattered  careers���are getting most attention. The government certainly has a duty to act on thc  report'a conclusions.  MORP ABOUT .,. ._     y  Other Opinion   ,  from Editorial page-*.     -> V^ ���  'world;War^U'-'AJa^ v'^'aV ���*  i.Most, in iU~ probability*, re-.V  fuse to,face the fact that peace  . is what every one* wants ibut nd  ^one has been 'able" 'to -devise--J  "on one honorable terms! And  the reason is simply' that-Worth,  Vietnamese and their Chinese  allies refuse to make these  terms, available.- ��' - -"*  As in the case of disarmament they cannot be, unilateral.  If there is tx> be a reasonable  agreement, bath sides must  Want it. And the Viet Cong  don't want it because they  smell victory by conquest, i 7  Thus our present choice is^  between, on the one hand, doing what President Johnson is  doing (those who complain his  policy is unclear find it so because they refuse to open their  eyes and ears) in the hope of  persuading our enemies to  came to honorable terms, and,  on the other, (surrendering to  those enemies, imperiling- not  only our own position as a Pacific power but also the independence of those other nations  marked for Communist con-,  quest. This is the path of dishonor and disgrace.  There are some^_of��� course;���  who favor the latter course,  even at its terrible price. But  * they should then- use the English language for the - purpose  Of expressing instead bf concealing their thoughts. And the  word which fits them is "surrender" not "negotiation."  flew citizens  CHRfSTMAS���To Mr. and Mrs.  Peter Christmas, Roberts  Creek, a daughter, born July  14, 1965 at St Mary's Hospital,  Sechelt  CAMPBJELL���To Mr. and Mrs.  Frank  Campbell,   Kleindale,  a son born July 15, 1965 at St.  Mary's Hospital, Sechelt.   nuiot  i  irat things first! %mld your life insurance and savings program on tho firm  foundation of permanent cash-value life  irisurance-r-guaranteed to servo your financial needs for life. That's ordinary Ijfo  insurance %, extraordinary value. Coll;  ���������_������*.  1�� A- *  Pryon IB, Burklnshavr  For further  jfnforrnarJoiTL,,  vrrltci to  Box 381  SECHELT/  B.C.  i  '"n��  CSre2it"Watat Life  A��OU-ANOB COMPANY  "'i.'i....'""!^^*;1'1"11"  *A^*'rt*��'t*tol-**'*,"'��Wii-#>,W>**��'>'f#��  Robert I. Lea  ,>,,.:.....[,;,  i.t'.i".X* Hita-^M_AVM.V. A4����a_ *  */*2��r-  ���w.   -VWV  _____*&-  rf��MMW��**v��t%^*a*����^^^^ -^-feM0U  ?��T^J1!;��5'  der Harbour were bulging at   Wed1 Julv 21   lo_^ - e_���_ i_ r,   *     .   -. .    ���     fc       _.  the seams and available proo^ '**"* Z1'iy6��      Sechelt Peninsula Times"     Page 7  eW was' at7a premium. The      '     ^ W"' " ""  On^nafc Sunshine' Coast' high-, f*__ f\ :< ��* .  t way, -wd/been renovated"^nd^/COftPrfC-  /' straightened m  many, places! />��*'" - ^  x new -motel?'Kad'been construe-  ^��� V '7   ��"���*'  -  ted; aftd, 'older^establishments^''"'-  *   '"    '  ���TV  had increased their accommbd-  ���by Florence McSavaney  .fr-.  ia|,  ation. , ���, -        ���-        v - /       A VERY Peasant evening was enjoyed by the friends'  <*j . < Contrary to tbe opinion' ex-    anni?f *W^f ��?e?lanu* OT ���� ����a��ten of the fourth-  ���  pressed'by many;- wKeta first' ^n!ve���ary of the Sunshine Coast Service.^  ^_   *        mn/\_-_a/1       4T��a    ���.��..��    n. __    ii     _���   _ Tf   if roc    aToa    *-.    **-_��._,_.. .it j - *~   mooted, the new" Sechelt Inlet      ^ was a*so,a farewell party  Highway did not detract 'from'   for Mickey Baba and Brian Flu-  leavwg the latter to.residents  of the various "communities between ,SecbeIt and J3arPs Cove  and to the hundreds of tourists  holidaying along' this picture-  que, shoreline. True, several  motels, fishing resorts and  camping areas followed the new  highway. Two places to become  sizeable towns were Doriston &  Egmont. Situated, as they 'were  _-\W-      nittiA.      __".J - _���     _��� _,  age there. There were over forty guests and when there were  too many outdoors they, overflowed into the house, where  'the furniture had been moved  into the corners to make room  for-everyone.  While both Mickey and Brian  will" be missed by their many  friends here, the good wishes  for their success in the new  on either side of the now fam-  ��� venture will go with them from  ous Skookumchuek Rapids, Dor-    the whole community  Mr. Harvey Hubbs and Mr.-  Orv Moscrip accompanied the  Little League All-Stars to Vancouver on Thursday, July 15th  where they played the Delta  All-Stars, which resulted in a  victory for the local boys. Thay  will play a return match on  Saturday. Four' boys from Roberts Creek are playing with  the team.  New operator  if ton and Egmont with the ne-v  highway at their doorsteps, had  rapidly, become tourist resorts  Of considerable ��� size. Doriston,  in particular, together with  Pender Harbour, and both serving" the winter sports area on  Mt.  Hallowell  and  the  Caren  PnPPOTCt? "ii�����'      I     _---r^ "��� w ���    #*;  nauuweu  ana  tne  Caren  ahSThv T=.LW?Jeir *"_! Previously owned and oper-   ?an^   *��*���   year   round  ated by Jack Nelson has now changed hands and   tpumt lneccas-  new owner Vern-Rudolph comes to thl district from -*<*<*, *** the up and co-  Kosetown. Saskatchewan   Vom u^^a �� ���-_ _  , .    :    mine villas nf tho *.***., <�����>.  Gary Flummerfelt had the  misfortune to .fall from a moving car and sustained head injuries, which gave him a few  days in hospital.  Work has commenced on laying a water line from Camp  Douglas into the picnic area at  The only exception to the  British North Aerica Act requirement of a federal election  at least every five years was,  an amendment to the Act which  permitted a six-year government -term during the , First  World War emergency.     ''  "/ {  -o      ��� e7*; V *��������""��  w, ^e  QiSjnct trom  ^g^age of the early 60's  Rosetqwn, Saskatchewan. Vern heard through a fnend   had expanded anH n���/*.  in Sechelt that the business was for sale, looked f  over, liked it and decided to stay. He is seen a  embark on a missiqh��assisted by his son Rodney  jmont  .   ��   ,*    '  r~rw��������   -��=.u iimiu mrouga a mend ha_  expanded and progressed  in Sechelt that the business was for sale, looked the area with the increasing growth of  over, liked it and decided to stay. He is seen about to the peninsula. The breakwater,  "embark on a missioh assisted bv his smiRwinou ���-���   *  - ���-by John Duniop  SECHELT PENINSULA 1985? This scenic wonderland,  commenced in 1966, had been  enlarged and lengthened over  the-years, eventually providing  a large and well sheltered harbour which proved to be of  immeasurable benefit to the  entire area. A modern city, Sechelt now serves as jthe met-  j j _"__"'''*;.������"_"   t*" ^V"^* .w��**��c*'**M*����    ropolitan center of an area ex-  surrounded by the finest salmon-fishing waters im-   tending from Howe Sound to  nable is indeed a veritable tourists' nflmHisa --���- - -   aginable is indeed a veritable tpuristsV paradise.  Situated,  only a: short  distance from Vancouver,   , the Sechelt Peninsula -is."' the year-  round playground of that great  metropolitan area; and also at-  tracts manyVvisitors from other parts of Canada and from  the U.S.A., The many, well*  stocked lakes provide excellent  trout fishing and are easily  available. The ridge of mount*  ainous backbone, running almost the fMll" length, of the pen-  insulaii;has'Vb^h^vdeveIop^.in~  to','6he?.:o/''Uie  terVplaygrounds in the; vicinity  of the lower mainland and offering the best of skiing and  other' winter sports facilities.  The opening of the Squamish*  Port Mellon highway in 1970  and .the.great improvement in  BJC. Ferry service over the  previous five years did much to  bring the Sechelt Peninsula,  and  the   entire   range  of  the  Powell River proved to be tot-  ally inadequate to handle the  increas^^itoj^t^^af^c.," ..���301.0 ?  "theii'. existing coast highway, ���  with' its: harrow, ivvisting V 54  miles of dangerous roadway,  and; which already had been  the subject of much discussion,  was the scene of an increasing  number, of accidents. Public opinion, as, expressed by tourist  associations, chambers of com-  ? merce and Vother> groups; of c^  iiens, together '.'''with.'-wes.trem-:  endous pressures brought to  beiar bjf the booming economy  of the Powell River area soon  forced the government; of the ,  day to take a second look at  these facilities. As a result, ah-  qther larger, and faster vessel  was added to the Powell River*  Comox run, additional summer  service was provided on tho  Jervis  Inlct^ crossing  and  the  Sunshine   Coast,   within   easy   long awaited express highway  reach of thousands of Greater  Vancouver residents; Many of  them, now that /transportation  was not the doterimental factor  that had existed in the early  GO's, purchased properly and  built summer homes, In addition there was an Influx of  permanent residents, some of  them seeking retirement in  more congenial surroundings  than were to be found In tho  large cities,, others to pnrtici*  \|patc in the building and construction boom which, by this  tltpo, was well underway,  The circular tour, Inaugurated In, 1965 by the addition of  thp Powell Rlver*Comox. ferry,  also added to tho congestion on  the Peninsula, particularly ��:.  (ho summer months. Within a  year the now ferry sorvlcd from  from Sechelt to the Jervis In  let   ferry   terminus   was  commenced early in 1970.  The new highway, opened in  1972,,.proved of major import-  , anco in tho growth of tho pen-  ' insula. Uunning along the western shore of Sechelt inlet it not  only served as a fast, direct  "route to Powell River and the  Upper Peninsula, but moro important, it opened up now iar-  ens which hitherto had been in*  accessible to the general pub*  He, Gibsons,.'-.'Socholt and Pop  Jervis Inlet  Twenty   years   has   brought  many changes to the peninsula  area; many, of them Jugt far-  ,:-fe'tcbe^*'^eams:Vin^.4MSlEasier  .... access ^brought ip&ple ^^vho, in  turn, required, services. As the  demand   increased,   mercantile  and 7manufacturing''r industries '���  followed. The logging and' fishing   industries,   their .methods  entirely changed from our earlier days, still contribute to our  local   economy. .'Tourism,   of  course; is the mainstay of our  particular'*'--area and we on the  peninsula are fortunate in having  so   many   natural   endow*  ments. Mountains, lakes, streams and seashore, all a must in  the tourist's book.  Fantasy? Who can tell? After  a 20-year absence froih the Ok-  anagan Valley, and noting the  changes that have occurred  from Periticton to Vernon,1 particularly from a tourist's viewpoint, the above description of  the Sechelt Peninsula in 1985  may be closer to the truth than  any of us realize at this time.  . IPROMtse  NOT TO PLAY  WITH MATCHES  Across' the bay   ���  FRAMED in a driftwood archway, the Sechelt Indian  Church gives a touch of tranquility which lures many  people to retire along the coast of the lovely Sechelt Bay,  wm  i  M*S4i1��k��tSd��'^i<%jU('��W��S.  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Phono 885-9626  WE DO SERVICE WH/W WE SELL  SALES-AND SERVICE OF ALL MAKES  Or-MOWERS-AND-SMAbb-MOfORS  |^*^^T***-^-*r****  * ,  r  0  \  \ ,  '������,  ��\  t  ,*����  *W^.^B<-?3W***lW*-H**'*W*��V 1  ���n  **fm*rmpr**{ifi*Vy  ���A  IV  ���i  .,��-.|.',*)��M ' ���*���'   *.^..v '^^  .1-iu.W^rV*****1*".^^ \  ��� >< J    .   ' t    <   *  Page 8      Sechelt Peninsula Times' ,   Wed v July 2l��� .1 96S  *.���  If  ���'f.  * 1  Kr  "TT~T  |C #K* '      *       *. * ,*_��*���* *    ,,    -      *  I*  *^~- - * .j-e*^. iK w#-j^..i  *      J"''��*�� O     r^*  > ii.J���> A-fc- ��. t??v__.  l" fc-��^*.-^&��u>s,',--*-JLj^^  ;s  ��� *.-&   ^ni��^r*-i <8_ __�������;  W1  sound that au-sensitive, person  would be justified in racing  down the cowridor yelling ior  help. The high class aluminum  window must have been fitted  Well underway  WITH THE foundation already poured the two room annex at West Sechelt shows every sign of being ready  to receive students next term. Teaching appointments  have already heen made. The annex is being built on the  5i/> acre site recently purchased by the school board on hy experts who wanted to catch  iVlasonVRoad. the ,^ast ferry because enough-   ;...,������ t..���___ . , .     of    that    wailing    wind    gets  through  to   make  the   drapes  wave like distres signals.  While a-11 this is going on, the  air conditioning system is working bard and with such great  HAVING once again renewed the exhilarating sport of ���*���� BTSuS* 'Sing  playing hookey fr_mv4fce undertaker I have met for e��ra blankJets during t_|  many people who have congratulated me for getting out night,  rif our hospital. I, don't know how to take this because This is a sraaU ,natter and 13  many of them ara hypercritical about anything they to" be expected   The engineer  can't control, so therefore the hospital is fair game and says that the installation ex-  they are practically telling you that anybody who sur- parts   will   allow   a   certain  vives a session:m there is lucky to get out alive!    T     " period to elapse whilel^-o^the  On    the   ofher   hand    they    ������~~ ' ���'"~ mechanism gets thoroughly run  might be -sitt^eoFe but I doubt    smiles and says, he has a hew ^ aml then they will balance  it. Many of these are the same    one that he hopes will make  peopie^jwlwfVsscnream   for   the    short work ;of them ..and will I  -By Ed Green  entire^iedical profession  and TKndlyJVstick out my arm  be  all oi -their facilities when they *' -  -  come downvjwith a: slight cold.  There   is   nobody   who   can  screech    louder   or    complain  and    criticise    'anything     and  everybody-more than me when  I feel grubby, which is most oi  the time. While others heave a  sigh of relief and are glad to  see me depart, my poor long  suffering wife has no such privilege.   She  must  sit  helpless  and   listen   to   my   continuous  discussion of ailments real and  imagined, and in my 'more' lucid moments I think -she should  get a medal for her endurance.  However,   she   is  philosophical  enough to discount -about ninety eight .per. cent of my complaints .because, she says, that  ��� when" I  ��m  in fair  health  I  complain the loudest and if the -  Mayo prothers had to try and  diagnose   all   of   my   ailments  they would sell up their Rochester Clinic and take a Fuller  Brush route. \  This is not strictly true.  There I am lying in tied in St.  Mary's and speculating on the-������  fact that all the ladies I have  seen thus far must be fine singers because they had legs like  canaries and onc of ifljem even  had a beak to itiatchjl'W-hcrt'you  consider that this is a somewhat distorted view because all  I 'had over seen up to this time  wa�� the celling you can imagine my state of mind, 1 am  thus engaged In tho gloomy  business of contemplation when  Dr, Pnctkau arrives with the  cheeririg news that my body is  filled with such "savage, bufjjs  tliat penicillin, aura and tctra-  my-acln.'. powerful ��s thoy,might  be, are too frightened to tako  on these raging demons that  now  infest mo.  However,   ho  INEED A CAR?  NEW or USED  r        :   '.TRY'"'  �� ���  Peninsula  Motor Prod.  cause this new-gladiator must  be administered intravenously.  It is no easy matter to find  a vein in my arm so the smiling doctor says I have a fine  hand. I foolishly invited him to  try it��� ' *-���  In about ten seconds I knew  what an Arab feels like when  he gets a band lopped off for  stealing a camel, or something.  Of all the places on a body to  jab with a needle the back: of  the hand is the most painful.  the system. Now, if they can  find some more ^experts who  will find *a way to balance that  wind, outside w^ win be getting,  some place. Or Wen if they  can keep it outside we would  be grateful.  A day pr'two before the hospital is-'* going ito improve4 itself  by getting rid of me, the doctor tells me they have a new  machine that is a marvel of its  kind and will be of great help  to me. He said it was a Bird  Respirator and a series of  treatments on it would be of  great benefit. I was not too enthusiastic   about   this   because  breathe.    *  ��� ,        ���r  draw a breath there is a sharp  ' AL * . <~ f" *���' ���,' *��� v  i A, ."he moment,' you start \to i  1 '*eliek*.-sand^a'-streata of^��ir  <ana^^geit7rw^es.virito' your *  ' lragsT'^WhW 'you' exhale the7  streamers '��iw.t of-^.Yotti con-  tinue to breathe in,^ana but .of  this gadget for fifteen minutes.  'i For itKree- -full, treatments1 I  puffed and blew in this gadget  like a leaky; steam engine anil  sardomcalljr obsecVed ^hat no  wonder Dr; Bird could live in  Palm 7St)rings, it n'e cotfta; get.  the' price hep ^sas getting dot -  tbisv-ginfmii-kr tfietC'-aftef ?4be  ���fpitfth".^teeatinent^: things,'- ijte-(  im'$pi?$tesp^Z 1 ^ta^ted - to-  tireathe ;more _r*elVv than T had.  done*ior'yeariA Ordinarily I-  ' ��S$ -exhausted' toy -the slightest  - ekortion - bob -nbws> it" was different. I could oraw. a .full hreath  without effort. > It. was > heaven;  it was like getting a reprieve  altar -being strapped in the electric cttair.' I was ^ibaut jto- consider being ^hanpy whan an awful thought .truck me; how  long would this last? Was the  relief permanent? The doctor  asuretf me that this was as permanent as anything could be  under the .circumstances and  that after a time only an occasional treatment waufd be  required. Those of us here who  suffer from asthma, bronchitis  and emphysema have cause to  be -grateful to-those who were  instrumental in getting this  marvelous piece of equipment  for our hospital  There are those who- will  complain about our hcspitaU  and.its ^aff��hut;,they, are the  ones who will complain if they  were in paradise. It should be  remembered; >y all that this  hospital"*!_��� new and "like anything else that, is new -there  are a lot ol 'bugs io be shaken  out before it can begin to operate with thfe shloothhess ^demanded of it Constructive criticism is welcomed by the  staff and administration. I  .- know. -The soggy toast I mentioned .in my last column is  said to have been done away  with and the five cent charge  on coffee-isivnp more. As a matter of fact there is no more  coffee either, at least that's  what I hear.  Saves $1)000. qn  painnngvfewJer  .ISXORBITANT' prices ��� charged  by the only contractor who  submitted a tender on the painting of schools in Madeira Park  and Sechelt,- resulted., in, Saelt- ,  clt District school board making' a saving of $1,000 on one  school alone, utilizing the. District's maintenance crew'?   ' .-,  Tender submitted by a'7i��on-!,  trafitorrih - another school \ dist-'  tjjiet^QuoteA'^tanrs for;paiHting]  ihe-^inter|or''of^Bladeira ^Par^*  ' school, $.,168.2-< "fof' the %com-> '-  bined teacjherage? and $2,068.45:  foriSechelt Elementary schools  ,   Mr*. Al Porter* maintenance*  Vsupcrvisor, estimates that fho  asost-ot giving Sechelt Element--  !.tury->two coats -of paint would be*  $814 and the'activity room at  Sechelt, S254.    ~ '  The board'of school trustee*  agreed at last week's meeting  to appoint Hr/ Porter as clerk  of works for building under referendum No.- 5. Cement foundations for the West Sedoelt -  school wsre.^poured last wesk  and work has started on the  Roberts Creek school.  Mr. Karateew's tender (the  ���only one received) was acceo-  ed for supplying 500 cubic yards  ol top soil to Halfmoon Bay El-  einentary school at $3.25 per  cubic yard, also 200 cubic yards  of fill at 0.75 per cu. yd.  David Thomas Gant  " PASSED  away  July. 10,   1$65,  ���-���"-���-;Davi(|7:Thoiftas7  .stttjsi%.0, Su^ived,;Oy'ibis^virifcr  Etta, three sons, David North_  Surrey, B.C., John, Ocean Falls,  B.C.   and   Alf,   Gibsons,   B.C.  Three daughters; Mrs"''!'^^  Lumquist, Nanaimo; Mrs. - Bessie Wyha^l>; ^orth; Surrey, B;C.  ' 'anaV::''::Mrs1. ';:'rMaxine'^':fteyrib1dS',:'  North Siitteyr B;C.V19 grand-,  children and one great grandchild. Deceased, was a member  of    Royal    Canadian    Legion"  Branch 109. Funeral service was  held Wednesday, July 14 at $  prn.  from the funei-al cbapci,!  of the Harvey Fuheral Hom.ev,  Gibsons.   Rev,, H.  Kelly  offic-,  iatedr^nternjeht, Seaview Ceih-\  etctyZ "R<iberts''sCreeW;V;B^C. A "A.,','  However,   in  the ensuing  ses* ... ...     A. ^  sions he founds veins in other ���upunt,lnc>wanything ^ was  places that weren't as touchy.  Being immune to all other antibiotics I can only hope this  one will be effective.  The new1- drug must have  been effective because in about  two days I feci good enough  to sit up and look around to  I do not 'have -far to look,  seo what I can grumble about.  Though it is near the end of  June there is a cold wind  whistling in across the water  "and as it^hits those brown co.  bred wooden screens it howls  and wails and screams like tor*,  turcd souls and' then it plunges right on through and into  the ward. It is sj.cn ah eerie  suppossedTto-be^of���great bene*-  fit to me usually ended up by  being of greater benefit to the  other'"'fellow^ especially  if  he i  was selling it; <   This pessimistic view is confirmed after my first treatment. I foel the same as I ever"  did. This marvelous machine  turns out to be a shiny plastic  box about eight inches square  that contains a lot of stuff like  valves, There is a hose-like  thing attached to it -with -a'  mouthpiece, which is also  packed with parts. The nurse  pours certain drugs and sterile  water into ia' space in tho  iiiputhplcflp. You then place It  In  your rmouth  and  start  to  *mq.m*+V"-)f"<"Wi  ,*"*l^*'.'"f-'1l-"l.  MCHEMVIW,  Ph. 885-2111  - T��d  Forowoll  SECHELT  SECHELT, B.C.  HEATRE  .'"���H/!,>  Phono 885-9962  Friday- SaturdayfMonmyf Tuesday,  July 23f 24f 2-S and 27  SHOW TIME 8;00 P.M,  A1    '    Al:  "i 1  BbtaVn  M*'A<  I* Mi'VV  '..i     il   iT^fT*'*m��*'%r "  i   ��  Musical  i^corpedyJn,  color/  ; bapedonthe  Now York  muaical hif,  ^����H>lft4K>��t-+*.��w*.  illi^Am  Tho Clndorolla itory of Molly Brown a dl.wp.hor In th�� gold  camp o* teadylllo/ Colo; who become, trio 'tvail of European  kuk 'wcfe'tiT,   Storii   Dcbblo   Reynold,,   Harvo"PrMn0liri**4  Begloy/ Hormlono Doddoloy,    7 *-  .Pf,c��.luc��ri��i10wrtmcc'''VVeirrnwrtcn>  Director; .Chorlo* Walters  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  c     1  J"'!''  Mflh  a?;A*A-\   ���      * ��� '885-2270 .>���"-*''    -  ��� Thl�� frco reminder of coming events Is a servlco of  ���'SECHELT AGENCIES LTD. Phono Sccholr Peninsulo  Times direct for- tfree 'llsrlriD*, 'Speclfylno "Date Pad".  Ploawnoto that spoce^ Is limited ond some advonco dates  may have to wait their turn; olso that this Is o f'reminder"  listing only ond cannot always carry full details,  July 23���2 p.m, St. Hilda's W.A, Annual Garden party.  Home of Mr. and Mrsl1 N, Burley. Homo baklna1  sold. ,7  July 23-78 p.m. Legion Hall, Sechelt1.f CWL Giant  Dingo. Top cash prlsses and boat raffle,  July ?4���.10 a,m, - 4:30 p,m. Port Mellon Community  Assn. Sports Day. Dancing In Community Hall during evening, < ,       ���  July3O^-2;0O p,m, St, Aldan's WA Annual Garden  Party, Robert Curnmlng garden, Roberts Crook,   , :  July 31���-10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Hospital, Cottago, Socholt.  'Girl Guide Assn, book sole, <���'���������,���'  ,,; , , ��� ,'.���' ��� ��� ��� '.��� ��� ���  11 '      ������,.,.���  :v      .        ...'.' ���      <'   ���  LOTS VVANTED NOW  Plodso lilt with H. Gregory 005-939^  .Sochol|.,^gfricl)eji7���t<t^,s,.885:Z!*l.  SECHELT AGENCIES HD.  REALTY and INSURANCE  Wharf Road Phono 885-2161  iiRtol*����W1��*��4W*i-***����      i^^|M��s^,*Mi!i^i-������]��Kl^��*wa*'*Wfii  mtmutmmuttttmmt  "[fKfan*���*^,,,��  rr, *^.MW-^.to>i*i*ttirfdflB-^^  a*&**W^t&#*&W^^  SqCiaringly Yours  "Wed., July 21,1965      Sechelt Peninsulo Times      Page 9  ; ..���by Maurice Hemstreet  OH! HI, yes I'm-here again. I bet you didn't expect me  to have a column in this week.; Well, I don't know  why you would think that I would miss a week because  in the square dance picture* there is always something  to ���talk about and it's generally interesting. -     ���   ���:.-���.  To start with our first open   ���; : : .  air square dance at the Sechelt,  der   where  that  fellow   came  school' tennis courts did turn  out to be more fun than ever  1 had thought for a first night.  I arrived on time as usual, had  the P.A. set up, the colored ,  lights strung and music going  by 8:00 p.m. I must admit that  I .got more practice than anyone else, however, I needed  the practice anyway.  It really was a beautiful night  and those who did turn out soon  filled the night air with laughter. There was my good taw  Peg, my good friend Cathy Berry and Dick Dooley from Sechelt, Art Holden, Jack Inglis  from Gibsons, and Mr. Marshal  brought a car load up from Roberts Creek. So we had a set V  going for a spell and anyway  the square dance Was represented by members of all of the  square dance clubs frbm Gibsons to Sechelt which is pretty  nice when you stop to think a-  bout it.  ���-^"^By^the;  count on the first square dance  the second one will have come  and gone so I hope they grow  in succession to the' wildest  dreams of our local recreation  commission,   because  when  a   "'grouiT'lUre*"'thi^  oh such an event, well, it would  be a darned shame if the people of the Sunshine Coast  couldn't come out to help too.  Who knows, after these Sat.  night square dances get publicized a little more, we may even get square dancing tourists  to stay over and join us. "Time  to Ponder".  Talking of, open air, square  dancing, about two years agis  we held one On the Shell* sti-  ti'on lot and of course the Gibsons Squarenaders came up.  There was some from the Roberts Creek club, and a few  came down from Pender Harbour. Anyway it made quite a  large gathering when all were  square dancing together.  Well, aiter about; a half an  hour/another dancer Joined us  and he was dressed in chooped  off denims and raggedly shirt  so ��� 1 thought he must be , one  of the Gibsons Club members.  (No offence Squnrenders), .How*  -r~���rover; I'"was a little annoyed  because the fellow was inebriated to the full extent and was  really messing up the dancing  fbr the other couples,   ,  Now it's a known*'fact that  alcohol and square dancing  doli't mix and it's n rigid rule  Ihc world over that if you drink  well don't bother coming to \ha  square dance. Anyway I put up  with this fellow's nonsense because I just didn't want to hurt  anyone's feelings, After tho  square dancing was over, I invited Harry Robertson and his  taw Dcanna to our place for  coffee during which I said to  Harry thai 1 didn't think it was  right for him to let ono of his  square dancers come to oven  art, open air dance looped like  th��U. "Heck Maurice," ho said,  "I thought he was one of your  square dancers and I hated to  tell him, it wasn't right." Well,  we both had a good laugh and  decided it could only happen  at a square dance, I often won*  from or where he went to, it  just goes to prove that square  dancers are a' wonderful group  of people to putup with something like this and still keep  smiling.  The open air square dances'  will be sponsored by the Recreation Commission and held at  the Shell Station Lot in Sechelt  every Saturday night until further notice with a fifty cent donation each to. help offset expenses. This will be done in the'  usual way with a pay parade.  Oops, time marches on to the  tune of turkey in the straw, so  I will see you at the square  dance.  *fe*HSf3��*W^lW#j1,*W#*llltH"-��i,'U *  n.,l'.li-<,��a.���;���a,,Mi,���.'���',i,~~c  NEED A CAR?  NEW or USED  TRY  Peninsula  Motor Prod.  w-OTCHiiTrw.c:  Ph. 689-2111  - Tod  For.well  t,J/_*L,  *-9fcSU*i -_���-���_- Is  I was nutty as a kid���I tried  to make an agnostic out of a  praying mantis.  Highway victim  DRIVER Roy Martin of Burnaby escaped injury when  his flatbed rolled over near Halfmoon Bay last weekend. Mishap occurred when a chain broke holding a load  of timber, resulting in the vehicle overturning. It was  the property of Bu&twell Homes.  MORE? ABOUT  .  .  . ��� '  Thirty applicants  from .page l���  of  grade   eight  failures * vdio *  would be repeating the grade '  thereby making it necessary to  have four grade eight sections ,  this year.   - -    -  Mjr.   Alec   Merlin,   principal,  of .Roberts Creek, demonstrated  to the board how the provision  of a new type dry copying mas  chine would' cut down lesson'  preparation,  which  is_quite a"  problem when teaching mixed,  grades.   Trustees   agreed   that  any device which results in sa-'  ving of labor is worth consider*  ing and vail require a report^  on the efficiency of the machine.  A letter from the fire marsh-  all's office in Vancouver concurred with Mr. Clay's advice  that more portable fire equip-'  ment is needed at Pender Har-'  bour Secondary school. The cost*  of   the   equipment* which   the  board  agreed  to purchase .-is,;  $300 and being jn a benevolent7  ihjood the board agreed to thrown  in ain asbestos blanket.     7     v  *������  If at first you don't succeed,  well, so much for sky-diving. ,  The British Columbia Medical Plan  offers Voluntairy Prepaid Medical Care  to every person a^diaanily in. Bxitisli Columbia  on an individual basis  ^^^PHHLl. BEFORE AUMJST 15  FOR BENEFITS FROM SEPTEMBER 1  ENROLL NOW!  ���-���'h..  W^il the Application RequestCardonthe backcover-of-the booklet  you received in the mail. 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The language  on July 29th in Sechelt Elementary School playground, Legislature' of Prince Edward   requjreinent is an addition of  so get those pets trained to face the keen competition Islarid had officially approved   one year to the present require-  set by Robin Barendregt's Newfoundland "Astrid". AH the lady'-r^sUppec as jhepro-    ment. It is felt that any student  these prizes and many more are to be won, so if your  pet is shaggy, small, large or tall bring him along.  Eighth in series...,,   ......  Prince Edward Island  honaared with stamp  DETAILS of a special postage stamp to honor the prov-���  ince of Prince Edward Island were announced to-"  day by the Hon. Rene Tremblay, Postmaster General.  The stamp, which will be the; eighth in ia series of stamps  honoring the offical flowers 6f the 10 Canadian provinces  and the two northern territories, will go on sale July  21, 1965.: '  MiiisSe? of Edueefa  explains mw ciaraomlism  (THlSis the second, of a series of 'articles'by the Minis-,  terof Education describing, the new secondary school  curriculum.)        ,   - ��� -? : --j��� ,"  In -my. article- Inst week I  mentioned.that the reorganized  curriculum, for .the senior secondary schools ��� which will- af-  feot students going into Grade  XI in September has six pro*  grams or-options. Five prepare  students^ for subsequent specialized; training at one of the* regional vocational schools in* the  fields .of- commerce, industry,  community 'service,- arts or agriculture. One leads to univ-  ' ersity or an institute of technology and* I would like* to tell  you about that one first.  It is called the Academic-Technical program and like all"  programs it has four elements..  The first element consists ot  the same general education1 constants as all the other programs. These are two courses  in English, one in social studies and one in guidance and  physical, health; education, over.,  the two year period. The same  subjects will be taken by all  students in senior secondary  schools.  The program constants, taken by all students on the Academic-Technical Progra m -,'" form  the second element. They consist of-.one science course, one  mathematics course and one  language course. The language  vincial emblem in Starch of  1965. Drawings for the stamp  were prepared with the co-operation of the Public Archives  of Friiice...Edward Island, and!  with W& federal department of  agricidture? '"" "''""' *""'"'"'"  The stamp, as with the  others in the floral series, was  designed and printed by the  Canadian Bank Note Company  of Ottawa. It will be of five  cent denomination. A total of  26,510,000 stamps are being issued.  The new stamp will be issuecl.  in the large,, size, horizontal  format. It will be printed in  three colors by a combination  of offset lithography and intaglio printing from hand engraved  stjeel plates. "; The provincial  floral emblem, the ladyjs slipper or, moccasin flower, (Cypri-  ppdlum aoaule) will appear at  the right of the stamp and will  be printed by offset. The back  ground tone of the stamp, and  the .provincial, coat. of arms on  the left side will be printed by  Stenographer    to    friend:  "That's   the  dress' she  wears,  when she wants to look halfway decentr-rbut not completely."  Handicapped golfer: one who  is playing with thc boss.  E. Orxnrod reviews  M_#*PA  Im tie piMk llfiif  PADDLE-to-the-Sea is the tale of a small Canadian canoe which sailed from Nipigon down the Great Lakes  to the sea. A small Indian boy who longed to travel, carved the one foot long canoe, with an Indian sitting in it.  Beautifully mndc, with a good '��� *  any student  who is-going to pursue a further academic education must'  have enough facility in one foreign' language, or enough knowledge of language structure, to  study;-,Itftat language,.., or some  other even further. One exception is allowed for the pupil intending-to go tb! an* institute of  technology; For language he  may 'substitute* an*- additional  technical course from the specialty he intends to follow if that  is; his wish.  Assuming that all academic  students require the sarne gen*  cral education and program  constants, the Academic-Technical Program then makes pro*  vision for three fields of endeavor which the student may  enter. .These ���.tyre'.. called program .specialties. 1*hey are the  arts or humanities, science and  the technical specialty.  The arts specialty is for pco*  pie whose chief Interest lies in  languages or in the social sciences.   They must   select  three  courses from a' prescribed list  of language studies, history, literature; etc. ,    '  .The science specialty also requires* three courses, one iri se- '  nior mathematics and' two more *  sciences. *  The technical specialty, des-'  ighed for  those  who  plan  to  attend an institute of technol- ;  ogy, is much like that for science: It requires the senior ma- ���  thematics but only one science  course: The third course is selected from the appropriate vocational specialty.  The remainder of the students time is occupied by four  elective courses. These may be  chosen to make up deficiences  at the Grade X level if he has  them, to widen his education  on; a ^  ;moift?'��� worF'in'liS"' chosen field.  Thej new Academic-Technical  Program will in some ways be  more demanding than tbe old  University Entrance Program.  It is frankly intended for students whoseabilities;are such,  that they will be able to undertake the strenuous work demanded in universities and technological institutes.  For those whose interests arid  talents lie in other fields, other programs leading to further  specialized training in vocational schools are available. These  programs cover commerce, industry, community services, visual aqd, perforhMog: arts. an4  ,.agriculture. ..'Eitclf;,'will....Bis-ex-'  plained hr future" articles.  The Province has' six vocational schools alif^y and will  have 10 By 1967. They offer a  wider' variety of specialized'  training4 than is available anywhere else in Canada. The institution known as the vocational school Is not hew but in recent years hns; bccoh\e recbg-  nlzed as an essential1 branch of  the higher education- which all*  young people should* have if  they are going to be successful  in the complicated1 modern  world.  When a man and woman  marry, they beconVcf one* ThO  trouble starts when they try to  decide which one.  keel   and   balance,   it   started  down the stream; through to tho  *)4f(,*>tf ^IIWi**(*BlWn��>iiiil!����f��l-4*i��^*Si*W*l  MADEIRA MARINA  HONDA  EVINRUDE  "-f-i* r*p"!i"' f * i ** f* f *** j** iir*fyn"? (i* i  TrnJter Court, Launching Rnmp, Campsites  .,VPWn**,^r.iloot^Kp,nroli.^,-883--2266j^Modolro~Pork'r"l_'C"''"  lakes, past sawmills, eventuallygiven a small plaque to In*  dicntc tho .stopping points on Its  Journey, the boat visits all thq  lakes, is part of a shipwreck, ,',  sees, n forest fire and winters  once with nn old lady in her *  cottage  by  the  St.   Lawrence.  At last it reaches the sea, is  found by n boy on o  French  fishborit,  nnd  has further ad*  ���vonti,rc��-*beforo*|t��--return-* tow*"*  Nlpigpn, .   ^  Clancy llollirig.Ilolllnj-j who  wroto this ntory also lllus*  (rated It;-'Tho young render  therefore has n fine pictorial  record of life In tho gront nren  of tho Lakes, He can, n�� |t wero,  fly above thorn and /dolTrto'wn  on ono half of Canada, and hco  all the Activities there, fiuroly  ti5f,'S^,nph��r-:'<,flUT.����JdoniwJjfty*  CAR & TRUCK TIRE CENTRE  Left us*-supply alfTSrou^TJIre  requirements  Quality - Servlco -Economy  GIBSONS  itegglB,gg��t!gg  been  Introduced  lvolyl  more attract  <**������-����� tf-J*  Phono ,886-2572  For Easy Budget Terms  y*t.IOMr S"ELL CREDIT CARD  or Apply for ABanlir fcoHn  -*, y-wy��vi***-*��1l* n*"K -Vi-*,  .rvryi'""ffl  ����-*��fir*^  t ^.^"--p^f *pHl**-i'>'H h  i i ^l��*^l**s����^f*#.*4'^^ '4*  ��� ,*����    Vfc     J   *K   1  ����� V-^s^jfWMWfiin  ,f*  Wed.; July 21,1965 ,    Sechelt Peninsula Jimes      Foge ti  Br. A H. MaclTinnoiiSw  &-���i  "f!f  Fxaket'&i&iM.  >-*v  v    1     t.  *V  s at Gibsons  w  FUTURE te&ettefs studying a�� Simon Fraser University  ^wdl spend a total o�����six nibnths-teaching in ^schools  under, the supervision of an experienced teacher,; designated- as an associate in education: A i -   -  (,  ' The program, qf teacher edu-   ,-- ���-   " ��?�� A TL^mS^?^-  suitabl^^/tte teaching pro^*  .-by Dr.,A.,R. MacKinnon,* dean   fession. at this sta��> rii^-P is  tt:e^?l^f^f0n^ ^an^pfeuS^ to   4n!  last rweek sr meeting with super-, <jj.aw *�� far����  f /^re suifc.  intendents and trustees f of���Pow- ' Se\rofessW  '    - f    -  ^TeU/Biverr Sechelt  and Howe  -a   �� prTessl0lL ^  ~^~�����  -  Sound'school districts, held in -   *&&< secorid' two -weeks   of  Gibsons. Several, members  of    Stage 1, the student wilT evalu-  District    47    (Powell    River)  School Board attended.  " Student    teachers    normally  spend periods of one, to three  weeks   of   practical   teaching  I...,*'        j**   . Special guests  Wilson Weeft notes VISITING Vancouver Burrard Conservatives were en-  ���'        -                 ���  tertained last Saturday at the Sechelt waterfront         ���   t    -. ���.      J   * t-  ���By Mobel Wagman home of Mr. J. K. MacLeod. Special guests were Captain   usuaUy toward th* end of the  airport-goings-on  ��� ��nd Mrs. Boyd Shannon. Pictured from left are: Capt.   course'  Planes   have   been   coming * Boy5|1?,?n?? (Coast Capilano Progressive Conservative  and going quite frequently,  some on business, others on  pleasure tops. Among those  have been Beechcraft Debon-  aire, bringing a salesman from  Portland?-Oregon totfmsit Port  Mellon on business.  From Vancouver, a Cessna  310 twin engine-.with a family  Who came for a picnic at the  end of the run:way. Seems they  were seeking privacy.  A Piper plane from Langley,  with a doctor who lands often.  This   plane   has   fittings   for  candidate), Mrs. R. B. Mclnnis, Mrs. Cowley, Mrs. Boyd  Shannon, Mr. R. B. Mclnnis, Mr. J. K. Macleod and Mrs.  Jacobs.  District 46 .  sparks board debate  Professional development at  SFU, which follows the completion of the required* number  of semesters in arts or science  for the certificate being taken  (three for elementary teaching  and seven for B.Sc. or B.A.) is  undertaken in two stages.'  Stage 1 is a complete semester of 16 weeks, the first eight  weeks being spent in school,  planning lessons* and teachings  During, this V period the student  teacher is one of a team of  four" wdridhg  together"in"TEheT  POSSIBLE reduction of insurance coverage on Sechelt   same school pnder the superyi  _ School Board property once again came under dis-   sion of the associate in educa  floats  which "he" uswiiy" uses cusswi^aUast Thursday's school board meeting. Mr. N.  during   the   summer.      This R* McKibbini insurance agent who previously assessed  makes it possible for Mm to school board property for insurance coverage once again  land at Sakinaw Lake where advised the board against taking; .advantage of the 90%  he has a sumn^ home. co^urance clause ^ch based on the present ^ honorarium from Wlf^t $40o'  A "taylorcraft recently visit ar of property, performed by the firm of Marshall and   After the first two weeks the  ed the airport. This party took Stevens (Canada) Ltd., would reduce present coverage    associate will be assisted by a  tion who is an experienced  teacher in the school, chosen  by SFU, and for that period  being a part of the faculty of  education   and- receiving    an  m the fishing at thc creek  ? Mitch Ii'. c6nveniently located  at the end of the runway. It  is known' that this is a good  place for steelhead and trout  ' fishing! :"'"  VISITORS  Mr.  and Mrs. Phil Smith ol  i Victoria   visiting  at the  home  of Mr, ami Mrs'. John Tuba at  Wilson Creek.  Recent guests at thc home of  Mr.  and  Mrs.  John  Browning  were  their  grandchildren  and  ��� Mr,   and   Mrs,   Doug , Forster  from Vancouver,  ^PARKING AREA v  We see .that there has been  V7r"Hif|fCrriJ|>���ce graded at the  |;sidc�� of the inain ijighwriy at  "'������ the "S a od Bar riVn k 1 hg" it mo re  'convenient for people to park  their cars while on the beach.  !    At tlio end of WA Canadians,  i'had' more than' 12 inillioh sav*  Iiiks    dcsposlts,   in    chartered  banks and these savings totalled nonrly $0 billion,  by approx. one half a million dollars  Mr.' T. A. Hazlett representing the firtn of appraisers explained to the board how his  firm had carried out the detailed appraisal which no insurance  company would dispute,. Although he" had no wish to act  as insurance adviser to the  board, IMr, Hazlett stated tha.t|  the majority ol .school boards  take advantage, oiftlie 90 7r co-  insurahce clause;,in fact appraisals arc sold on this basis. The  appraisal is based on present  day replacement values.  Mr. McKibbiri maintains that  with- replacement values increasing as they are today, a situation could arise when the board  .finds that the insurance coverage is well below ,%%,.  Secretary treasurer Mr. P .iter Wilson referred the board tov  extracts from a ,1958 publication  dealing with school district fire  insurancb principlcs��.and .practices which recommends that  school boards take advantage  of the" benefits of co-Insurance  preferably, the 90% co-insurance- percentage, Tho publication also recommends that ap*  praisals should be made by a  commercial firm of valuation  engineers with yearly reappraisals.  i .. .  No decision has yet been reached by the board as the policy  is not yet due for renewal.'  participating   teacher   in   the  same school and the university  faculty tfr -v-'V-,..,-;,,,^ y.A,.,...^u,,.,..^ ,,;,.,,  Advantages of grouping the  students in teams of four will  be the 'sharing of common  problems, mutual discussions  and , evaluation. It is during  this period that the student  teacher will discover if he is  ate,his experience against>the  best and most. recent -.educational thought5 and undertake  an intensive study of professional literature.  Stage 2 is composed of two-  complete semesters of four  months each.. The first semester will again be spent in  schools when the student teach-  e�� will either teach under 'an  (associate or replace a teacher  t|V/ho wishes to attend SFU. This  'will provide an opportunity for  teachers to undertake a complete semester of study in  which ever field there is a  need for revision. This is where  Dr. MacKinnon felt new life  could be injected into the teaching profession. For this semester the intern teacher would  qualify for the $10 per day internship and could be considered a member of the teaching,:  staff. ...'"'"'  The final semester will be  devoted on campus, to undergraduate studies related to the  student's professional choice,  improving competence and  depth of background. A a  DL MacKinnon said "We  hope a crbss-fertUizatioh M  techniques,B and^ ��� ideas will'de-'  veldp which will demonstrate  that;we are notTusing; schools  merely as a training ground  but that we are working with  schools to improve the quality  of the 'entire educational system.  ,,-^r.^,��f,T^i,w*��*-tirmivr  TWSy(5HT THEATRE v  GIBSONS Phono 886-2827  Doors open 7:45 p.m. - Show starts 8;00 p.m.  Thun., Frl,, Sat.; 32, 23, ,34        Mon,, T��e.���, Wod., -26.27-28  Riotous Prlxp Winning  Comedy '  Tea House of  the August  Moon  Starring Marlon Brando,  Glen Ford, Machico Kyo,  CINEMASCOPE AND  METROCOLOUR,  Childrens Special Saturday Matinee  , fpoor*^opon ,:,^34S~p.m^*---^Sh^  DEVIL, GODDESS and Part 8 LOST PLANET  be money-wise:  i  }  f>  /  *  4  I  I  'A'  zu  i^h^^f)^-mm^��umh��mm-��tt^'^m  .,, ,.   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Hydro "Own  a Freezer" contest throughout most of B.C. competed  for a $100 grand prize. Lucky winner was Mrs. J. W. Fisher of Parker's Hardware who is presented with her  cheque by Sechelt Hydro Manager Bob Normington.  r  Capt. Boyd Shannon^ ....  Conservative canditaie  investigates Medi Care  by Boyd Shannon  Progressive Conservative Candidate, Coast Capilano  THE TERM Medi Care lately has been talked about to a  great degree by a number of politicians to such an  extent that on my recent trip to Britain I made it a  point to study the plan in operation in Britain at close  hand. ��� ��� -   I    spent    considerable    time  getting all the facts and figures  in London right where they are  complete     and    correct   from  sources in the House pf Commons literature. I also wondered just what effect it had on  the  state of' the  mind of the  people   towards    the  Welfare  ��� State as it is evident that the  .Health Plan they operate is obviously the keystone to a welfare  state.  I   would   like   to   say   right  , here that I am not against a  .Medical  Plan,  but  rather  the  opposite, as I feel that the time  is long overdue when someone,  contacting    say    cancer,    can  see their whole life's work go  down the drain and their loved  ones left nothing. Also, chronic  , cases and old  age  pensioners  need proper care. However, in  a society such as ours I believe  that normal medical care and  provision for it can  be muoh  better   handled   outside   of   a  benevolent   government   which  feels that we do not have the  ability W handle our own money, but1 feels that the proper  procedure, is to tax the people  around   60   per   cent  of,  their  earnings and then dole it back  as it sees fit.  1 would like to .mjfikc It clear  that I am Jn no way engaging  in a criticism of Britain, as I  am too proud of my British  heritage to' do so, My mother  came from Leeds and my fa  ther was Irish. However, statements made by people of Britain themselves I .cannot be  blamed for. I feel that the true  role of a politician is to truthfully present all the facts to the  people and then if they still  say, after considering all the  costs involved, that they are  prepared to pay the cost, then  it is the. duty of the politician  to set up the finest program  possible.  How can we get the true  facts from men like Jack Davis when we consider some of  his statements? For instance,  lately he has been speaking  strongly in favor of the Cana-.  da Development Corporation,  and I quote from the Citizen of  May 5, regarding the Canada  Development Corporation. "Its  job is to sell shares in modest  amounts to Canadians and invest the proceeds in Industry  which might otherwise fall under foreign control. Socialism?  Well, hardly. The Government  will only get the Corporation  going.' Afterwards ii will be  run like every other business  with the profits going back to  thc average* Canadian who is  willing to invest his savings in  this way."  However, let mo quote tp you  from the, Ottawa Journal of  April 30, 1065. "In May, 1903,  Mr. Jack Davis, M.P,, who be-  came parliamentary secretary  ... to. the���.-Prime Minister^ said In  the House - that the proposed  Corporation would provide  funds for the creation of new  industries when private sources of funds did not see fit to  establish them without subsidies. Mr. Davis took pains on  that occasion to "emphasize that  he was not in favor of large  numbers of Crown Companies,  and gave this warning: "If we  gq��� oil, in, this, ;way,.if-,wexcp-*a>lt  tinue this immense financial  bias in the creation of Crown  Companies, we shall .eventually  arrive at the creation of a socialistic state north of the International boundary. I think  we should develop a mecha- "  nism for selling of these Crown  Corportions' ".  In the same article in the  Citizen, Mr. Davis extols the  wonderful budget of Mr. Gordon and his beneficial plans to  give the people ��a ten per cent  income tax cut, and he picks  on the case of a man making  $5,CC0" a year -saves up to $5  per month. But he does not tell  you to examine your 1963 income tax form and see that  your old age security tax charge was three per cent or $90,  while in the 1964 form the rate  is four per cent or $120. So,  they put it on first in a sneaky  manner and then take it off  again, and this man tries to kid  us we are getting a wonderful  gift from Mr. Gordon;  It is this type of misrepresentation that I am so opposed  to, I hope the day never comes  when I have to resort to such'  tactics to, put over an idea on  the public.  Next week in The Times, I  will give what 1 feel to be a  true picture of Medi Care as  practiced in the United Kingdom.  ANNOUNCEMEN,  THE   PpRPOISE   BAY   WATER   TAXI  previously owned and operated by Jack  Nelson is now under the new ownership  of HERB RUOOLPH who looks forward  *  to providing the same first class service.  ecreution Commission  occupied with projects  MEETING of the Sechelt Recreation Commission, held  last week in the office of Recreation Director Phil  Lawrence, was chaired by Joe Benner and attended by  a total of six members.         ���   had been approached by - Mr.  Les Peterson ol Gibsons who  bad suggested a car-acade from  Gibsons to Sechelt, ending with  e beach picnic.  Members displayed little enthusiasm for the idea which literally failed to make first base.  It was disclosed that while  recreation classes under thc  direction of Heather Nickolson,  were well attended -at both Wilson Creek and Halfmoon Bay,  neither district had responded  to a request for a donation. Selma Park however has donated  $25, Village of Sechelt $200 and  the Sunshine Coast Lions Club  sio.       : ��� ;  Another project as a fund-  raising venture under consideration is an amateur night at  which performers and music-  iahsi %ill tbewinvited to ^display  their talents. Anyone interested in this might contact Doug  Wheeler at The Times office  . in Sechelt.  Foremost on. the agenda was  the proposed visit to the Powell  River Sea Fair next "month with  a float.-Mrs. C. Poteet enquired whether the expenses of the  youngsters travelling with the  float would be paid for by the  commission.  She was told such expenses  would be met by the commission and Mr. Lawrence said he  would take them as far as  Earl's Cove in his station wagon.  Due to the poor turn-out at  the first outdoor square dance  held on the Elementary School  tennis courts, it was decided to  hold them in future pit either  the Shop Easy or Shell Service  Station parking lot. Doug Wheeler emphasized the need for colored lights to enhance the setting;'Joe Benner agreed and  suggested large signs also be  displayed advertising the dances.  Further discussion on teen  dances resulted in plans to hold  an puW|opr jteen,, dance ���, Tiyed-  nwdayr July 21, also on the  Shop Easy parking lot. Ray  Clarke and Harry Gregory were  appointed in charge of this event.  Phil  Lawrence   reported  he  :k PersonaWncome tax was first  levied in Canada in 1917 as a  special water tax; it was not  until 1948 that the name of the  tax was changed from the Income War Tax Act to the Income Tax Act.  Gibsons  ESJO OIL FURNACES  No Down Payment - Bank Interest  Ten Years To Pay  FIRST PAYMENT OCTOBER 1st  COMPLETE LINE OF APPLIANCES  For Free Estimate - Call 886-2728  "'IT-*���-.  ���f**-*.  Phone 805-2828  W*��itf*yf��W"MMfc-t'iMM I  ���^���r"** fi '��������ii|'T^* 1  Cowrie Street, Socholt, 0.C. Phono 885-2171  VWw_ATl*WWVWVVVtfl_VIOn#V\i-V^  U<*t(W   "-M***'?


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