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 X-  ���<���  *^iSt    m-  PflE3T0H QlCftOfILirtWfl  2132 SSST lj_th AVESiUB  ttHmtt4����a_6,-  ftp  j Authorized osVsecond closs  mad by, the Post Office  *    Department, Ottawa.  Serving the Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sound to Jems Inlet), Including Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing, -_rpntham's Landmg, Gibsons, Roberts Creek/  Wilson Creek, Selma Park, Sechelt, Halfmoon Bay, Secret Cove, Render H_rbour,~Madeira Park, Kleindale, Irvine's Landing, Earl Cove, Egmont.^  WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 1965   HOC  *Sf  M.P. gives hope...  Preakwater prospects  tippyonchSng day-SigSi.  msmLt��iatement;ma local publication last\Veek to  ; - the effect that * possibilities of a breakwater, were *  nt some doubt, was rendered hogwash by Breakwater  Chairman Norm- Watson of Sechelt Chamber of Com  merce. ,  A letter received by Mr. Watson the day the statement was  published, gives every hope of  a Sechelt breakwater -in the  not too,distant future.  Referring to the project, Mr.  Jack Davis, MP, wrote: In reference to the breakwater proposal, believe it or not, an  overall policy will soon see the  light 'of day. After weeks pf  arguing' backward and forward (and after the indoctrination of an entirely new Minister of public Works) they   have^ma��aged-lo-clear �� referendum which has~the support  of the Department of Trans**  port,"the Department of Fisheries and Treasury Board as  well."  fortunate, we have so many  pessimistic individuals who  specialize in spreading despondency. If we had to rely on  them, progress would -be in  reverse."  Mr. Watson also complimented the efforts of Mr. Davis for  the amount of work and research he has put into his endeavors to provide Sechelt with  a breakwater.^  Pender Fire Boat  proves of value  %!W��^%aK  ���FY-  gat  V *  fSGf -R��  <^__f  m ���* __��_��� V  *��"** t-  -*��8L  ��**���'���  -i  _��*  i  ' \ ^e�� *V   i  ��5  wj t  ���B_C/V__f- ��...��� ��  ROUSED by unfamiliar sounds,"  , which proved to be crackling,   ��        ���  ���  '�� "'  -  As '-prevlousjy  said,  SedieW   <-*   flames,' Mrs." T.   Sinclair*   Kinsmen obtain.,.  Youth meets chaHonn*  SECHELT Recreation Chairman, Coun. Joe Benner and ^ SeWflffP  OTtfpm  ^^Cr??feon'0:rect<)r PhU Lawrence were on handl��   OCWdjJG -��Y5I8IU  and Sechelt. First arrivals pictured here, from Jeft are  llv^f^^'' P*Eyerly second, and-MikeEy^r*  slter Charman last yearns winner a&ed as- pace  ��s,   perhaps,   a  "Harbours    of  special case  Refuge" are  therefore in a special category.  Most of them will be built with  100 per cent federal assistance. Most other projects,  meanwhile, will be constructed on,a 50-50 or some other  cost.. sharing basis. However  the province does not have to  share in any of these projects ��� controlled.  They can be set up. in their  entirety, by agreement between  the federal authorities and the  municipal or private concerns.  Said Mr. Watson later: "this  will be a great advance for  thc district and is an example  of what can be accomplished  with   persevcrence.   It   is   un  turned   in   the   timely   alarm  which brought thc Fire Boatv  swiftly manned by Brigade volunteers, to Sinclair Bay early  last Tuesday morning.  Fire starting in a shed near  tbe unoccupied Mortimer home  scorched an outside wall of the  house -and caused some damage to 'windows before being  Proving it's need and worth  in this area of waterfront  homes, the prompt arrival of  the Fire Boat, from its moorage at Garden Bay, is credited with having saved the house,  where the fire truck arriving  by road could have been too  late.  Tax relief promise  for park projects  AP^S*G ^^re_$2_ar meeting of Gibsons Village  anrt?S?k?n beta?f <&*** Kinsmen Club, Ken Goddafd  and Gerry, Dixon, sought tax relief on the Kinsmen Srk  due to the fact-fee club did not presently j��ve a*��?��  membership and taxes have, been-incr_asSfg over ?he  May Day parade...  Collect entry forms  at The Times office  THOSE wishing to enter floats and individual entries  in the Sechelt May Day parade,' May i.4, are advised  to pick up their entry forms at the office of the Sechelt  Peninsula Times right away. r-r-. ���   1 Many   groups   are   planning  HI-  groups  floats etc. and a grcqt number of organizations are working hard on preparations for  the anntlal event.  Judging of (he floats will take  place In the grounds of the Sechelt Residential School at U  aim. arid thoparade will commune�� at 12:30 p.m; proceeding  tp llackett Park for the crown*  ing of the May Queen.  "'; Coiin. Joe Benner will open  tl.4 afternoon's festivities at  ' Hnckett Park and, weather permitting, will continue until 0  p,nv, Concession and novelty  booths, carousels, May Pole  dancing, racQH and bingo will  bo featured together with, sur*,  prize Items,  May Queen Wendy Byatedt  will have an her court, attend*  mils KatfV Scott, Phyllis Crow  Rtoti, flower girls Shelley Rntlv  sheln, Miss .,iuns Linda Goeson, Miss Kinsmen Judy Sigou*  in, Miss PfA Sandy Clarke,  Miss Rod and Gun Heather  Lang and ' Miss Chamber of  Commerce , Mary Lamb. The,,  Midnight Four will again provide music for the dance,  The club wished to launch a  major project this season which  would involve considerable improvements to* the park^ it was  therefore felt they would be  unable to meet''the taxes this  year.     ���   -   .  Improvements planned,  elude three picnic tables, bar*,  beque facilities, tfie baseball  diamond to be left as a general play area, work has already  started; on. preparing-.-and- renovating the tennis courts in  preparation for the tennis club,  which is expected to be active  again this j?��?ar, and a horseshoe pitch is planned.  To assist the club In these activities,' some materials have  been donated by the Port Mellon Mill.  Question by Councillor Fladager as to whether they had  considered a wading pool  brought the reply that among  problems    Involved * was    thc  question of supervision.  Councillor Feeney gave the  opinion the project had merit  and he thought it a good idea.  Councillor Fladager however  disagreed with foregoing taxes  without some, concrete assurance the Kinsmen would carry their plans through. "I am  against giving anything away  unless we can see something  coming back," he commented.  Following, an assurance from,  Mr. Goddard that the'club had  very' definite  plans' for  going  ahead with the proposals this  ���see page S  poses-questions-7-  CONCERN previously, expresj  *ed by council foir change of  plans" for - sewage djsfiosaj in  the new apartment-block, wider construction in the village,  resulted in a > pretest to.' the  health unit. ,  A reply from senior sanitary  inspector Barry MacDonald^  who had apparently agreed to  the. change of system, went to  great length to explain reason  for hjis change of original plan.  Councillor Feeney was of the  opinion the present system was  by no means satisfactory.  "They* are accepting responsibility," he "said, "which lets us  off the, hook. However, they  are concerned with sewage cpn:  faminatfon yet agree to this  s-M-t of thing, it just does not  add up."  GARBAGE   DUMP  Erection .of: a new gate at the  village garbage dump will  mean no more private dumping. Following request by a local man that he be allowed to  dump bis own refuse, brought  up a number of problems which  could result if council allowed  individuals keys to the area,.  It was. agreed to discuss-the.  situation with the r applicant  with a. ,view to', arranging a  suitable 'agreement with the.  lecal refuse collector; * - ;  School Board to/d.*..  On recent events.  Scltiil loan! iiioiiice  piMk meeting sessloi  wmmpmmmm siiieiis ' .  enjoy hospital iitles  REPORTING at the'last regular^meeting of the'school  board, principal*of Elphinstone High Mr. W. Potter,  expressed satisfaction and appreciation for the ''assist*  ance received from St. Mary's Hospital in allowing occupational students to work in the hospital; ,  The girls ��� had' the opportune'  lly to work in tho various: do*  partments such as kitchen, laundry, etc, which presented  them with an insight as to jobs  'available, '���"������      ..':'', ������ "    r 'Z.  Tho board agreed' to a sUg* '  gestion by Mr, Potter that a  letter of appreciation bo for*  warded to the hospital.  Mrs, Celln Fisher commented  I vtwHtttommMMMtt^^  FOLLOWING adverse" publicity regarding dissension  within tho ranks of school trustees of District 46,  Secretary- Treasurer Peter Wilson announces that the  board regrets that public controversy has arisen between  the board and one of its members and has no desire to  cuterJnto-a:,jerics.oLrocrlmlnaUo^  nrtd expressed the opinion jiho  students Inking part wore indeed a credit to> both school  and teachers,  Letter from tlio B.C. Teach.*  ,   A teendanco will bo hold In    ActlVTt7R<��mVo^ Ppdo^tlon on the subject  Socholt   LeRlon   Unit from- D    ^r!!X m?,?.^HnJ   ^ sl��tC(,:   u'��  n.m. to 12 mldnlfiht on Satur-   P-ni, on Thursday, May 27; i^ no control over  (lay, Mny 22 precreded at 8:30,1 nloi^to  p.n.. by the choosing of Miss  ��� loos Will bo presont and a full account of recent events   recommended guidance should  Sechelt from the nix  contest*' Will bo given. Likewise, all questions will bo fully and   bo   given   whon   necessary,  M<>no,JShcll��JNoU8,JBtolno.~Dl'!���  iiiliil.   ami   Kelly   Allan,   Gift   minatlops in the press,      , i ,, .  beiiTO-will bo David Lamb, in* ; .... However, the board realizes the press and members  dlmi Princess is Darbnrn 6f the public are not aware of tho full facts behind recent  Cmnpboii with nttendnnts Vlo* events and that thoy ore orititlod to some explanation, ��  let Moody nnd Teresa AuRunt, Accordingly, a public mooting will bo held in the  ��ntH! Mins Legion Ruby stro*,   freely jnnswQrcd..  .���.j..���..aiiouid���8uclL.Buid��nco,,ji>ro.yo���to   noV avail, lncompetcht tcachersj  should' not  be  tolerated. Thei  BCTF is presently formulating  plans to weed out teachers lnj  this cJitegory,  "  Question as  to whether tho I  Vancouver Bay school would bo1  allowed to continue, duo to hn*|  vlng an enrollment of only se-i  . ven   pupllfi.^brought-.^^XCPiy U  "f,roW"visiUn��   Chidf  Inspector  of (Schoohs, Mr. ��IU field. Tho,  popartment is loniont In this  respect,    ho    explained,    and  would not penalise seven child*; '  ron >as long .as thero Is n pos* <  slblllty of an Increase, The .solution would bo to hira a teach*,  cr  who  might 'bring  two. or,  thrco"'*y6u��R'ste'rs''��longl  Approval was given a request  by ���'Mrs,    KUuning,   prlnclpall  ;3Cfl pAQA 0,  \  i  i  1  >  >  1  \  ���3,  \  I  j  A  'J'  >  1'  ��� i  it  t  ''l>'   '  ZtA  a-  ;laz: -c^V * v. v  4* ��*a ��&* i ���$���   &.* _at ��     �� ��*-_.   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A very ecjsfw  TWO O&tsiaa iamns. 2 Cole- &m fand^o faife*-^ at tfee  _ mas Sa_��er_s, 2 isomer Cole- Seaswfe  Hstel tejortag  tlsree  mso stow, e�� ft*. CG2 fire ac- nsembers ��*o mil xtoc__r ��� be  ta_an__er. Jiolaison Iron Horse, feavfeg   Port   MeUoa/ casiel^  Viewf.   F_P, i5^!��  as  tSSTSSE. " -  S5 acses wgJs ��seeis.~F.P. SZ^J��  A' '   G&fQrxe*  ���cf4 ��� cf- tfosffcSi, 'E&gsg/gmer&b,  r$ks$em, 8t*tfa&, Uf:ifteeBMkm,~Com'  k^s.-����trft��/. &&��� f?e?Amseits$*t.izf& s*  jcQmmw&tTS  OZS hammer Tea, B&fcett  - CsfewiBg. ���itetfiemA 'M 'pjut.  litfiferrt*. CreeJcr BX< 7505-22  J0fJ'# ������<-</��<�����'��� ^rty." ���Saturday,  /���tyaif V��tidf Mr ^m, to 2 pjn,  #t' (r&rtick*$Alitjrme, C/thmm,  A AlA^AAA:^....,:., r,y-A :���" A A^&jffy^Z  '".���  m     ,      ,-,��. jn'r'i.'      . i ' .. '.  CARD'Of THANKS   iim:zrmiic^ K^wihZot s��i-'  .'���������mai;Parfe wUftem to Ibank the  doctor*; vtti*w*'J. a*** **t��f of ������St.  h\pry'%..,Jtonpitai, fkeheit and  rarZtikty-ftfy^t'ftir' their kino*  Lows mode and  re��G>ysted- All types, of  ED. R06BfTS���^;-  .... .^Phcne 336*289?..-  -  ���7_52_fe  ,PAI2fn?��G, p��per fesis^sg, ex-  ���pert .^��r4;raa'Ctsl��|f. Sf. i. Ire-  ii- -] i i       ���j       -        . ������ .i  Please phone evetnw.ogs to  Fieidff - towns - Gardens  ROY BOLDERSON  Box 435 ������- Sechelt  885-9530  '    ' P>WI_5 BAY  '_����' ��_io��s io"6ea__s. ��.��� SiO^OO  ���twnas.  . v   /i:PORI^pS|-;8AYv   ���,     .  _5&' C ^akerirbnst���s .jb^iroom  isbsnsat, ' .aauaS'    iirtats,    'ifoat  ���^|SS*��.^-W��l.',V���il   V". .   A  %   bedro&m    basement   home.  Ah_? ��m1 _��at. Modern kitcrhen,  ��� -faoiLtsins. $ilj6ei>.   ������'  H  1Q0RDON8,  .KENNETT LTD.  Secbeit aod Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 885-2013  Bon McSavaney 88CW)656  7931-22  AT FEEDER Harbour���250 ft.  waterv frontage; 8 room house  and "2ricar;!''garage. Fruit trees  and garden, $16,000 full price.  Write Mrs. H. Reid, Garden  Bay, P.O. 7918-23  GIBSONS BAY AREA  Qffier iieass:, $_5j  8g5-S��SS: ' '  the kst PH  7925-2$  LEGAL NOTICES  DECORATOR    experienced    in    Spichdid 2-Story Family Home"  Sftumiima-*M toVmUidH during   tJ^l^w-.fj^^ m^   fU" co,?venicnl basement- E*'  h��r, r����em Ulneaa        A v<����>   lenaDCC' w,u tfrdly We esti-    tra washroom and shower up-  ��� ��m�����. 7J32-22   ���roate,-p|ioae 88��-20O.    7Sn^tin    stairs. 4 bedrooms. Close to cv-  erything.   On  level  lot,  $1,500  down  will handle.  %l2,0t}C  full  PERSONAL  ^w--����r���t^^i >^��-����Mt��--.i**>*-i*W-i��i''p*>.>**��,.. 1.,-r ..���w-i���.���.-..ii.  V JUST'ARRIVED fROM  CAUFORNIA!  Our Siirnmer Stcx^;  of Uvi��'/  Marine /v.en'S'W��ar  LTD,  ���,    _    ��� . Gil-won*, Vp,C, ; ,  Form l*ol is f^etsoa.40') ���  * '���   ':"IJ_V0; ACT'' '  *Miee of iat��B_3is_t;io: Apply to  ' _K:ii__^*lteeoit-%?:5^^  of Vaacou*er and sittiate in the  vicinity of Halfcraxra Bay, BiC.  TAKE NOTICE that John  McGoh-e, of Sechelt, B.C., occupation Logging Operator, intends to apply for permission  to purchase the following described lands:  Commencing at a post plant-,  ed N.E. Corner of D.L. 6893.  Thence 10 chains East; thence  11 chains South; thence 20  chain* West; thence One chain  North; thence 4 chains East;  thence 5 chains North; thence  6 Chains East; thence 5 chains  JSortit to, place of coninrence-  ment. antiI cantatning 12 acres,  more or less.  The purpose for which the  land  is  required  is  homesitc.  John- MrGnirc'  Dated April 24th, 1955  7897- pub, Ap, 28, May 5, 12, 19  Mrs.   C.   B,   Dawies;'"Mm   #i"  Sanson &sd Sir*. V. Welch.  The Auxiliary wiH be I��Mrcs*  a p��ant sale en May 20th in the  di_reaibase3nest at Z.p-m. ���o&  fee will .be served- free m t&sf'  visitors can enjoy, a cap wftSi*'  choosing bedding psSaetf,  I  Sunshine Cootf  Gospel Chorch  .^r~fe-Msm����rtfoncO'  Sunddy Schobi TO cm.  CHurch Service  11:15 ��.m���  PASTOR REV. S. CASSOiS :  Setma Park Commtmity Hall    ft  LUTHERAN  tHUKH  Services at Home of  Mr. Frank Hall,  .',',Sechelt, .... ���  every pther Siinday  at 3:30 p.rrt.  Sunday School eoch  Sunday at 11  a.m.  Services by Rev.  .    Pos����r >orat Ulir.��r  WAmwramrt  '-������.���������-���������������1���  TWO or 3 room house for couple,  Sechelt  vicinity,   Phone  m-$m\ or Box m:    7915-23  POS RENT  MOPKK.N   %   bedroom   home.  View, Close to stores, Phone  m^mZ   ,��� tM$7*22  U-i ft w<~^*(rti��fc4'i��is��w*^w<t*^*ie*i* P  2 NEW SUBDIVISIONS ^  WATERFWLOTS  Earls Cove Subdivision ��� adjacent to Earls Covo  ferry terminal on the SMn&hlne Coast Highway.  Also-U\RGE VIEW LOTS  Mode��ra 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 883423? or phono North Vancouver        ���..,,..,.-,,.,-985-4934  price,  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.!  Sunnycrest Stopping Centre.  Gibsons,  B.C. 886-2481  JM96-22  FOR SALE OR TRADE  15 HP EASTHOPE engine, Ph.  8832417, 7900*22  ������ FOITSAU :,,-.r i--;-.--; v  ... * ,"   .' '.'" '������' "��������� 1'- i.i��  BUY  and jwve on quantity���  Smoke flnh and fresh local fish  only. Plant at James Wharf,  fieehcit. 885-972I. 7841*tfn  BiTHEL BAPTm  SECHELT  SERVICES  Smtdoy SditxA ��� TO a.m.  Charcl. Servfee *��� TTjfS o.m.  Prayer - W��4iM6��d��y 7s30 p.m.  PASTOR 1  REV.A.WItLIS   '  .... Yow ore Invited t��<rttend  oriy oreocfi Mrvlce,  ST  JOHN'S  I UNITED CHURCH  Wilson Creofc, B��C.  S*mdoy School-���9;45 o.m;  Divine Worships���^11:15 am.  Led by M��v�� H. E. Cornpbtjll  .*'*''  Except on 2nd Sunday eoch  ,monlh  Fomily Service���11; 15 o.m.  :,.',!'D,vino SWvice���^.'SO p,m.  Led by Rev, VV, M. Comcron  j*#iSMiH����**i>*"siii*w��.'*"  TiatB��*M>te}fli��!n "#*��I��W  Paint - Fibreglass - Rope  Canvas - Boat Hardware  WALT NYGREN SALES  LTD,    .   ZZ 1 Gibsons,-B.C.-  Phono 886-9303  7857-lfn  '" ' Tho""'  Anglican Church  Of CANADA  r Rector Rev. ,I��mcfi n, Fcrg.1v.0n, W,t\., Uh.  Sunday, May 23rd, 1965  ST, HILDA'S���SECHELT  Holy Communion���9:30 a,ra  EGMONT  Evening Prayer���3:00 p,m.  MADEIRA PARK    "  Evening Prayer���7:30 p.m.  n^f90Kt  jm4h��nimw_W-M^<_^ ^.Ar-"/V ���tt,'*ilr- ^^ ,y_j  *C*^J .-Ar  _.   **���}   I      ~Wrw5. v  The Sechelt Peninsulo Times: Wed., Mov 19, 1965 Poge 3  1WATER SURVEY  SERVICES  Complete Water System Service  L. C. EMERSON  Sechelt 885-9510  Insured Blasting  Marine Supplies Service  -GARDEN BAY  BOATWORKS  A COMPLETE LINE OF  BOAT REPAIRS  Garden Boy, B.C.  Phone 883-2366  ." \'.'.$eoyrs:-r Logs  SECHELT TOWING  & SALVAGE LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving"':.  & Log Towing  L.H_GGS^  Phone 885-4425  CUNNINGHAM  AMBULANCE SERVICE  HALFMOON BAY  Emergency ond non Emergency  calls.   Special   rates   for   O.A.P.^  Qualified personnel  24 HOUR SERVICE  Phone 885-9927  Phone 885-2062  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Electrical Contractors  Appliances - Electric Heat  Phone 885-2062  Mortgage Money  for New Construction  or Older Homes  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  Sunnychest Shopping Centre  Gibsons 806-2481  Frank E." Decker  OPTOMETRIST  .;;  ;.\7;'''*l?B.di;;.Bi.Qck.',!'..  Gibsons  Every Wednesday  for.appointn.ont   ,  886-2166  The finest Jn  FLOWERS  For All Occasions       -   \  ELDREDS FLOWER SHOP  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  Phone 885-4455  Phone Sechelt 885-9669  PENINSULA  BUILDING SUPPLY  "The House'With A Heart"  E. J. Caldwell, Proprietor   Box 97 - Sechelt, B.C.  TREE FALLING  TOPPING OR REMOVING  LOWER LIMBS FOR VIEW.  Insured work from Port Mellon  to Pender Harbour  MARVEN VOLEN  Phone 886-9946  L. & H. SWANSON LTD.  Septic Tank* and Drain Fields  Backhoe and Front End  LooderWork  Screened Cement Grovel  Fill and Road Gravel  Phone 885-9666  Box 172- Sechelt  HALL - METAL  General Sheet Metal  HEATING - DOMESTIC  COMMERCIAL- INDUSTRIAL  Phone 885-9606  TINGLEYS  HI-HEAT  SALES and SERVICE  for all your heating  requirements  4 Oil Co/s Finance Plans  C.E. (Cal) Tingley,  Box No. 417/Sechelt  885-9636��� 885-9332  ELECTRA-CLEAN  UpHolstery Cleaning  Carpets - Furniture -   ;"  Rugs   \;  "''''':;;"!Vphonei'l86-98M'i''',''''',r'  &C. Hydro award . . .  C@EtffH���  loi ��iincoii����f firiit  '" "'i'   " '"������"���";   :"| ' '��� u "' ' "       '        '  HAYES Manufacturing Ltd,, of Vancouver, has been  awarded a $348,237 contract by B,C/ Hydro to supply  six logging trucks and trailers required, to carry log  bundles past Arrow Dam while it is under construction.  Two of ihc truck-trailer units    -���������"/:��� ;r ������'���-���";:;; -~i���-  | ^��>'imm^*imv^��i^^m^mm't^'*M^'  are scheduled for delivery this  fall nnd tho remainder will ho  ordered ns required,  When Arrow Dnm Is completed in 1005), the log bundles  ���destined for Colgnr Ltd.'.s  lull)) mill Just below tho dam*  Kite���will pass through tho concrete lock to he erected near  the centre of tho dam.  Tho log bundles which aro  now towed to tho mill by tugs,  will bo removed from the water  upstream from Iho dam, hauled  overland about n mile past tho  damslto and returned to tho  water below tho dam,  Construction,of. the haul road  is expected to start in Moy,  Two 350*foot*long marine rail*  ways will bo built at tho up*  stream end of tho haul road.  Carriages, powered by 300-  horscpowcr electric winch motors and capable of carrying a  Nice catch  KEEN FISHERMAN Al Boyce of Gibsons has made  - some very nice catches recently and last Friday was  no exception. Fishing off Twin Islands, off Gambria, he  landed this excellent 16 lb. spring. He was strip casting,  using 9 lb. test line with 1 oz. weight. One might say he  had every reason t$ look pleased with himself.  B.C. Hydr&plans.  soon  for Mica Dam crews  A NEW TOWN will be established on the east bank of  the Columbia River, 86 miles north of Revelstoke,  this summer to provide accommodations lor.work crews  and their families during construction of 645-foot-high  Mica Dam.  ���   Dr. H. L. Keenleyside, chairman of B.C. Hydro,- said the  new community, ultimately the  size of Revelstoke, will be located" on 160 acres ot Crown  land, about six miles south of  the damsite.  He said a peak population of  4,000 is expected* during the  construction; of Ml c a Dam  which is scheduled to be completed in 1973. The City of Revelstoke had a' population of  about 4,200 in January of this  year.  B.C. Hydro has already invited tenders for ',, contracts to  build the first group of dormitories at the new townsite and  additional contracts are being  prepared. Construction, will begin as soon as weather conditions permit. Clearing of the  townsite began last fall and  will be completed when the six  feet of snow still on the ground  has melted:  '   .  Dr. Keenleyside said the new  community will be built in stages as construction'of Mica Dam  progresses. Peak population of  4,000 is not expected to be  reached until 1972.  The town will be fan-shaped  with rings of residential developments built around a main  commercial area. The latter  will include a food and dry-  goods market, bank, barber  shop, beauty parlor, drug store, ,  service station and post office.'  Town' administration, security  buildings and fire hall' will be  located nearby.  Canada's newest planned  community will Include water;  sewage, power, telephone, road  and drainage facilities. The latter must be capable of hand-,  ling,, the, heavy  spring  runoff  which results each year (from  the heavy snowfall in the area.  A serviced trailer park for  construction workers andl their  families will be developed by  B.C. Hydro as the need arises.  Facilities for visitors, expected to visit the ar^ea in large  numbers as construction of the  Mica project progresses, also  will be provided, including a  lodge with dining room and  lounge.  A community centre will include a bowling alley and an  auditorium which can be converted into a cinema. Also in-a  eluded in the townsite plan are  a baseball diamond, soccer  fields, tennis courts and playgrounds for children.  A medical clinic is planned  with a doctor available at sche-._  doled intervals. This will supplement first-aid facilities and  staff who will be available at  all times.  The first three rooms of a  school that could grow later to  15 rooms are scheduled to be  completed before school opening next fall. Additional rooms  will be added as required with  ultimate facilities allowing for  500 students.  B.C. Hydro will shortly invite  tenders for a contract to build  33 family dwellings which "must  be completed by November.- A  total of 100 dwellings of various  designs will eventually be constructed. Bids have been called for a contract to erect four  permanent-type dormitories fof  single personnel. Construction  of these buildings is expected  to start in early July.  A workforce of about 200 men  is expected to be at the Mica  damsite in April, building up  to a 1965 peak of about 725 by  September. Peak workforce at  the project is expected to be  about 2,500 in 1972.  Dr. Keenleyside said the  Mica townsite would eliminate  continual mobilization and demobilization of 'camp facilities  by tbe various major contractors who will be involved in the  construction program. -  "This will4 reduce unit costs  and mobilization time for each  successive contractor and, will  utilize the,'\ltoit^*"s^c'fe*ayaii:'''  able for camp facilities to best  advantage,"  he explained.  Teen-ager to inquiring father:  "I'm reading a mystery book  ���advanced geometry." ;  Beatify Saton  Evelyn Hayes  Above Post office  .   Cutting and Styling  ,   Tuesday to Saturday 9-5  ."Your.Stairway To  \ Hair Beauty"  Phone 885-9525  loaded trailer, will operate on  the short rail lines extending  ' into-tho 'river; ��� ��� ������ -������ -';;-  An empty 'trailer' will bo securely fastened to the cnrrlngo  nt tho loading terminal nnd the  assembly lowered Into the water on tho Incllricd mil tracks,  Tugs will mnnoeuvcr tho log  bundles, weighing up to 70 tons,  Into plnco over tlio trailer and  the   entire   assembly   will   bo  ��.wlnchcd����out��.of-the* water,������!-��-��  A logging truck wJM then haul  tho lond to tho downstream tor*  ililnnl where tho process will  bo repented In reverse using n  single rnll assembly,  Turh will tl��Qi) tow tho log  bundles to the Cclgnr mill,  If a"person lnld nil liis bills  end to end, two morccwould nr*  rivo in (ho meantime,  ECHELT #_IR SERVICES  PORPOISE BAY  (Sechelt)  B.Cpi  Air Charter & Aircraft Maintenance  Fishing  Contract Flying  Hunting  Freight  Ait Taxi  Sightseeing Tours  Timber Cruising  ,<-���������������������;������ ���:���-������   '  Air Ambulance  .****!��**#**'!*���  PHONE SECHELT ^gg.^g���� AND BOOK FLIGHT  MSXStOBSBSSXS  )  I  >  1  i  1  <������.  t  1  >:  I  -r.  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Tlt-4 is iso. a . gbod^ stoaskm and a little Thsy feuitt small raft�� aasd a!ls4  saiss c^ Ice CasscisB essdass^s  'feasfc'   SkA&gbl    822$    &:   2$   %f��  v-._*s_ser jceSt cssfgiEss are tos  2sd ii is  ejaresBe .cntteiisn.  pirate fead afid fc*3Mj  Th.��y cit3&ed *te fishes by JSss  school  Thai swam in ihc ��at�� cofel  71^^pa_^'-��Ssra__s&^''teS5Ws_^  dssssv fesld .|_se w_sk _t Gfcoss, proved we  try, .Ssrarft^er. if fee- fe gsssg to >��a2g psxipk: wso. gwe ierK��s  _tts^   ps-sjfes   fee   sfeesM   Ise S1k probfeHS fettii^ ii_: vpsfe of today.  irrasion _>  fs aUJesiasaaa  ^,?iS-^  s_nd.'"" '���"��� ���  b thai m goiefsLfJisakc. the same young smart And tunnd* and bridge* ��x��  afec who drapes .himself in' a corner with  a ttj tht ���ri-MBg ode tu i&cm .  tigsreuc hanp&g, frosn his mouth, -is the same band raised  .individual who 'makes an. .exbfbiitioa of himself by And sigflaiJcd their play *ss  csrefel a> s_a_' wfest __ fee_��.       ' Gersesral ccsicesses was that* paresis, fail, to   dxiaiing and bier esds up a drop-out From' this     ti.row.gft.  z_re^^Me.,.p&&.,.m^A.t&.-,i&.*^e teejsas��rs-'SaffkieiiS;v'''Credit"-i^  i&r   s   firm   s_r���&g   ^iSsseTtj, ^toa l_reeex-ect;the*'had.a^rosg-poBjji-'Most  ^e^ ^S S^ �� ^ ��?~J of .the troohJ^ome few.  $&rge  _&&*? her of iwoders ..dayVteenagers look' upon their  " "Ei&er roa fedfeve1 "is'-ptofits parents as .�����0fDetb_c^ to Ml back upon wiien  or ycm,:d& ..set .isellevA.is ps^j-. iro��bfc,:faiod_5. ������ ��� ;. ...������-.  ���=..  fes, 'Afeo.&ere are gsod years Otoe memher of the teenage panel proved  a* tfeere. are poor 'jesrs- The hiimeif ais- sswsred ^jeakerbat by Ino means de-  ^fi*5S5' -jrears '_3��rayg i��ix_:'f_r-< c_sre'ja'^  thar .gains :fcr.-eB?pSoye<i-. it if jn n^ district, :,partscalarlv on week-ends. The'  pee.::far.g2Mng.,wte<& anwes cmts&psme feeing that Wnj' yoohg4'people"'tnrn ''  to drink. iHtb is not so za-d uuder questioning|  by' p_rent5r the .yooBg ..speaker was' unable ".to  satisfactorily |ustify .his- stateisent.  T��''i��railsat^  poiiee-COSIte.       . Bof ttey.heeded"aix iisi     .  Fortunately, this is but a small minority not *wmng*            t .  to be used, as a yardstick to measure the "more ��-*��*�� so tovc tfos^ Pfe>  smtelii^ait tnajority.  And the tide rtHe aore-jaMiicgiS'  As ^��ifcers vSee Us  St ifeeh" part of the contract  This system has helped to bring  us o?jr present standard e_"fiv-  ing and it most .so oo.  What Mr. Squire really seems  fo.viie��saying^'����^^I��t''iie-'*'did'<'not  realrec, MB&PR haa gn-wn ����  large that -a* profit of th�� order c-^.^.,.���.-^*,   ^     ^    ���_-    ���_     j. ����� L-  61 its Ig64 earnings was jw&i- FORMATION of �����''twnbmed::g3fi��_e>colleai:on  ��� :}faa. A.rrwiewZ<4 .;the:,: mergers " ..v'':'disposal;,di^rfct,;  '^nd amalgamations in industrj- 'hoped, see the end ofV.tJte ,preseht abominable  |oday should convince him that practice -of fiodt��:ri:sninate' refuse dumping, "lin-  fhi$ margin of gain i5 to te- fortunately the project is ;��JtJS far ...away','from  f<>me   the accepted  oxdcf:  pf cowptetion, i��.>:the'''meantime'dumping'continues';  ���;:.>!.''-'-;:'"-i.:v','.'-"1''"-:;:'"^:': ''"I;.;.'���'���-'.'..��� '������.���",.���������; diegCTterate!:'to:;;pOT^.;vtrKrpr^  iKlSem V #//. \jO&���8   be more than sufficient to point 'oot the health  P '"    (Peace River iNe^)      hazard created. 'Apart'7roTO'��feichv0w''>ybble',di.v  CANADIANS In general  must trict'i will, un.e^�� pTOfected, ta.ke <m tbi- appearance  be, alerted   to  the   startling of "vDogpatehrV. This,p<*^ib?Jfity'.H in f��>a not'too  rise,   in   venereal   disease f���r out and a vwit to *<wne of the litter surrounded  i?r0�������^-    ��H^   ^^'^"-    T>��^ *��hi*cks io the r>fj^rci��s ����r<?a y��r*rv'*<i��r^ ampler jyroof  to investifiaUj wx rdclinquency The dangers of lhi<v type of garbage disposal  and thc resultant climb In v��.*n- i^ J* M>urce of concern to thc CoaU Garibaldi  err-al dj��(ra��e xtatf.stlc��, Health Unit which has j,uted, infectious hepatitis  A  total  oi ��i,m Canadians is recurring with regularity on the Scchck Pcnin-  contraeted  the <;dw**<i  during *ula  yM,  The  number of, #yphilis  1(H) ovc:  '^r/norrh<! .  JV57 to 20,281 during the same carried out by village council to the extent or its  responsibilities.  As-to the lack of .^uenainraent facilities; Airf si^i Aetr caMfa ��ay.  mh& -has happened  to the sporting activities, _ha* wbm ovx uds of life.& .  healthy walks, hilfclimbmg* f^ mj  are not synthetic and costly activities and possibly And its time for us to go,  are considered off beat by the younger generation. We too mmi leave them all  Then there is the good old business of study as behind,  a hieans of preparing a safe and financial!)' re- Those castles we treasured so.  wardtngfuture.  With such excellent natural.forms of recrea-  on our doorstep, it is difficult to unders  just what is meant by lack of something to do  > ot recrea- j   -Jtridtie Tn  tion on our doorstep, it is difficult to understand ^ '��r-iuye MO  ^HEante Messsages  > "Most people' are fathered by  those passages of Scripture they  do not understand; but . . , tht  passages that bother me are thost  I do understand". ��� Mark Twain  Gentleness of God . -;  markabfe,  considering   baAac   jntefJigence  should   "WllliS'I consider tin hem ens, the work <>/ thy fingers,  the moon and'the slurs, which thou hast <*rdained.  Dreamland  Build mc a bridge to dreamland  That will span the years again .  And find ihc childish faith I lo��  That dreams were not dreamt  .'"' in'''vaJnV;'::'''.'''';i-'  I ct me find those dreams once  mote,-;,- "'.'.���,..;  Those caries-.! built so high  With gkitming towers that  mingled. i   m. ..._.���,,.���.���...,v,.,.;.  With the clotuK tip jn the sky.  Let mc find the child;! w^s;  Who joyously laughed at life.  And 'sOu^hT,16"fihT''i^th"r'w8eip"'  feet  Thc*  number of, *yr>hili��     ���������_/i,k:���' ,'u��� n,.���t r. i        ���  "_"���     i .  ihcrearted by more than ', W,l'1,n lhc ncxt *"�� ^H'*./S h^ .1��  vr the 496ft figures while P'4Vk ancl rc'nov'1,c roads in the district, sidewalks  ���hea ��� cases   mac' from fc lo *w.;pavcd and general cleaning up will be  what is , man, that thou art, mindful of him .*���.. and., ilic  v>n of mart, that,thou vhitrst him?" (I'salm"8:34)  Ay �����<' rnjoythe beamy of ,hc earth and ���f thesUn, ^^ |n ^ ^^ q{ ^.^  Hr ti"!!z,��!JS(.,",J?..,tfr���i��t ^C("'l>' Mo* A/treat must..........,,, ,..,,..,v. ,   -   ,    ,  '"be ills appreciation of beauty when //<' has made thc*xl mo W!"'k frtm'li:��i trailv  world u, beautiful! Shall >.<��� mil .����*',  Vv God esprt hdly W,,crc,{]**xn j>{ friendship    /  mindful of us, and dors lie really draw nlfth U> us, when . ���srcw'  ht -Have pat in ourselves and our way of life so mueh lf(T lf. "* ^ **"* ^?  Thrre ,/�� an mpect of Cods .rharavtcr of w'hich we '���"''*��� mc ���'' hvidpe to dream-  *to not ofti'n think. Yd it.h the Key to the understand.      ,and-  Inn <>!, mmt of the divine vhttatiotis.  We think often *uiM " "w"> "I1 '"Kh  of Clods creative p,,wrr and beauty, of JI is unrrelxnty Soi.��n'y ^^ ^''^ *m rcnch.  and justice, .but..how often do we.think <>f His gentle-  S��fc|i*^!t��i��^^^(*^iW'SW��K'��H��t"*����'!��i'''  period,                                           responsibilities.                                           ' ""*? When wc come to the point where��� wc feet deeply  j The rates arc rhdng corres-      ,   Some assistance at this time would therefore "r need of God, and humbly and penitently approach  jwndingly   among   our   young be indicated, for while the average resident takes //" ihrouuli our Lord Jews Christ, then God in Ills  people. In iwa-thc last year due pride in maintaining a respectable appearance 'infinite gentleness' draws nigh /,, ���.,' to visit ,,s, He will  inioTsJ IrfZtnrTtvJlZlu  bt?th home and grounds, an entire street can ��hldr with us as hmH m wc,continue to acknowledge  fcreal disease .reported" in teen*         A, dozen or so such instances and the whole  fiRtirti between J5 ^wl JO, And village begins to look like u junk yard,  another no children In the io-         At a time wjhcnjyc^o4,,badly.nced,the tourist  74-yearjrtftfOi^ of the area, the ac-  the dl��c-a��c��, The total national cent should be on clean-tip. We have what is tin  figure for The vcur'wun 22.10ft .1....1 n.  .i  ,.      ..,..,...  vur need of Him,  The effect of (imfs ftentleness ehattf;ex �� person's  estimate of his or lur< own worth. To (eel the divine  *pirlt-*bro<nllnrorrrv^  Child of God, What greater uplift could cofnc to u Iw  iflguro for the year"was 22,i��ft <j(>M  eases,      ,, of  Tho Health I/cague of Canada .nnw  was originally founded In 1919 ,now t.     .       ,  to deal with ih'ln problem, At ��om l,U: 'act l',at natuntl pndi       |thai time, 'thousands of Cana* 'fa'1"-, to" warrant regular spruce urn, /,m" ���,,/"" r''i"//'"�������'��''����/mltischlUU.  dian* were wtfferlng from the In'the words of the village chairman, "il is ~W, M, CAMKRON,  ; -'���*�� P*0�� M '"me'W'scc ourselves as bthmwc us." ,4^   __��� , Whan* United Chnnh  Not weiphed hy �� (car'or sigh.  GkSZisur PmwmjL\xfe#&  rublbhcd Wednesdays  ��t Sechelt  on B.C.'s Sunshine Qorit  by  ^^cH^cnlniuUJImeiXW..  ���Bok 3m - Sechelt, H.C  Serving the area from  Port Mellon to Hgmont  (in ndvunco)  1 Year. $5 - 2 Year*. $9  ��� ���    ����'<Ye��rl'$13J   .UjS, andforeign.S3 50  I (.**>" l-J-Wl^y,  *#���* tr-fc   *>  - ��* uitmv ,  -4j, ti��mrt**/^ Aft,  *_.*4A*70Wfjr   1*A,H [Mtl^Ul^qtfUVWflC^,,  n  *t   ��*������*��,��*��** VWOiHt^    ^  *M*irt��iWfH*** ,?*���***��  H.s and) Hers-  , by J. and5 D. Browning1  his ^?^J?LaJS^18��tt is th* abomination of  !Sl^?t, wP��f a"? Kin8 Solomon wha was a wise man,  wA ��i?JL[a?liZ\ s\heum��st have known what he  nfoi^Sr was nothing accounted of in the days, of SoL  mSL iS doelnot mean thsLt mey <��*�� ��ave to hoard'  Sh?��ff?rS f0r the lau"d^at, which did not  It feast .W ifS70"6 was P^sperous and'used gold,  at least those in the income tax bracket  The   truth   of  our opening  phrase is obvious because the  male of the genus homo sapiens (accent the sap) is apt  to blow about an intelligent  son's accomplishments, tell  about his grades in school,  teach him how to pitch a mean  curve, and take him out fishing. While father is thus employed, mother has to tidy up  after a foolish son, pick up bis  clothes off the bedroom floor,  wipe his runny nose, and wash  the jam off his face.  The most fitting centennial  project would be a statue to  mothers. Mothers lugging kids  across the street, in and out  of  buses,  through  department  stores while making sure they'  pinch nothing with" their acquisitive little hands* ���Copeing with  their Vdesire to" go to1 the. bathroom at the most inopportune  moments, and" other crises., of?  a   like   nature.'   Crisis   follows  crisis in the life of a mother.  By the same token surely mothers   should   have   a   say   in  what their children are going  to be, whether they are to be  Canadians or Bennett's Columbians. Surely a cabinet cannot  say "We don't want* to be Gana--  dians any more." The wishes o��  some���we   hope   not   many���  might be swayed by the- dazzling    spectre    of   the    trinity  which now shapes, our destiny,  (B.B.G.���Bennett,' Bonner, gaglardi). There" is no- doubt that  they' have worked wonders >ior  ftC, but, what-about Vthe^ time . _.  when  the  province   might, be    jtg^    jj,  "governed by ordinary' mortals.    ?&', *&&#'  Would   secession ,Jbe, desirable  then? No.v a<t thousand," times no,  and not even; now.  Politics has - many bizarre  manifestations. One/, of them 'ii  to demand frequently fronv the  ' Dominion" government impossible and '.Jultra vires" things,  knowing them to be so, and  when they are refused; squawking and saying "look how; badly  we are treated:''  Again, with regard'to secession, if James, K. Nesbitt, jthe  Sun Columnist,.had his-way we  would then join the. U.S.A*. Having-' learned tc* "love the- new  flag, we would have< to transfer our fickle^ affections to  stripes and fifty-one stars.  Please no. There was a chap in  Norway who had the same attitude towards Hitler's Germany.  He was shot as a traitor. His  name was Quisling;   ,  Meanwhile could*���- not Mr.  Pearson's government give Mr:  Bennett just* V little- * bank* to  keep him happy, so that they  The Sechelt- Peninsula Times/ Wed., May; 19; 1965 Page 5  Airport visitor  MUNICIPAL Airport at Wilson Creek is receiving an increasing number of visiting aircraft. This plane landed recently, bringing Mr. H. Williamson of the paving  company, presently at work on/roads in Gibsons.  could lend each other money, mas,, crying and saying "Boo*  Or perhaps- it would work out boo-hoo, I didn't want a wood-  like the little boy who was gi- ea  horse,   I   wanted   a   meat  veira wooden horse-for Christ- horse."  ��  - j*  t  ews ctn  teutd  of your business I  Wf     "mmrnmmtmmmmMm������ rrBM>|  "Wilson^'Creelt"  Dealers for P.M. Canadian - McCulloch -  Homelite - Pioneer and Srihl Chain Saws.  COMPLETE STOCKOF AtL MODELS  .  Ports and Repair Service  Telephone 885-2228  ���~-\ 1��� ii i "'i- - fni n ii[[-rrirrrrrr-r_r_riT-r-i-iw��iM._nMwi_wwB��  M Agendo  >��W��������M,M,  Your Peninsula Centre  for Furniture, Appliances  Soles and Service  Meter's LV. & Radio Ui  I  Sechelt. B.C.  Phone 885-9777  wmt*0>*Nmmmm*mrmp*0mmmmmwmm**mmmmmjm mmmmmmmtmmmmmmemmm  Shell Oil Distribnfor  GIBSONS, B.C.  Phone 886-2133  ^*mm*^mmmmmmmmi*mw*mm*mtm^i0mtmmm?*immmmmmm9*mmmm*Bm0im  !6M16ff  FURNITURE AND PAINT  STORE  NEW CHESTERFIELD SUITES  NEW AND USED EVERYTHING  *��s^WteW����^'����i*>*����MW(^Wi-tW^'a9l  i��#*MSs*i�� t**s��tiw*��  COME m AND BROWSE  SECHELT  Phone 085-4058  INTERIORS* EXTERIOR j ���  |li?||||r||p  ��   a  I*   |;  homelite  $  Pitineeir  .Accessories  JACOBSENROTARY MOWERS  .., jr.  CHAIN SAW CENTRE  Wilson Creek'  Phone 885-2228  wmmmm**mm��f*0tm**mem*wmmm0^mi*mm*ms*m*iMBm*mmmM  |Vmn*��>^*i��*m����mw*��,ii*iiiw  "<>it  f_srs  ���SIS'  i��B��w*M<^***!��M��*tf ���' g^i.-m*r��i)'i��e^a^i^A  elened Jrmdk  ion  Secheifi, B.C. - Ph. 88S-95I9  YOUIt FAMILY STORE  STYLE SERYICEs AMD QUALITY     I  Calls now taken for Ad-briefs  and Messages for The Times  at   the   Coin  Dry   Cleaners^  Sunnycrest Plaza       Phone 886-2231.  :  .-.��������*.  T  I  PENINSULA PLUMBING  LIMITED.  Heating & Supplies  FREE ESTIMATES  Super Kemtone  Sherwin William Paints .  Phone 886-9533  E TIMES  I I  in _| 'isiWfW^fctW^ttltM^Mww^-a.i  Oppi  Conveniently located acrots froni  Ken's Lucky Dollar Store  FOR  TOP QUALITY  AT  LOWEST PRICES  ~IN"ALIrYOUR"  STATIONERY  AND  PRINTING REQUIREMENTS  >  .._���.,, ���^,r  ��|    Why Shop Out Of Town?  }    A  V  v  i z  ZJ  I '  ���,J  >���  ��� i  .*���  :���!  At  'Zi ���  a  .j  f  ��  ���,J...  %^m~j~^m*mmmm���mm*����m*m*���m*mmm��m*M*  l---.il....i-    ii    ���  ��� n����MMi-|--|   n   ||  k  ���A A  'A"*"" M I   >  r  Poge 6 The Sechelt Peninsulo Times, Wed., Moy 19,1965  Notes from Pender  �����z��  ���by Lorill  Kilborn  WHATEVER the reason, perhaps lack of space, a portion of my -report of the water board meeting was  omitted from last week's paper. Although my original  report was revised so that it did not duplicate portions  of the press release issued by the trustees the copy  which I submitted was somewhat more comprehensive  than that which appeared in print.  Editors  reserve the right to    ~~ .   ,  "edit" copy submitted for pub- been received by Mrs. Education, but in this instance I wardson. Since the tourist sea-  must agree with callers who son has barely begun, it is sale  expressed the opinion that,fee to predicj a growing demand  report with which I was cred- for these souvenirs which fill  ited was not a fair reflection    the need of an authentic pro  of all sentiments expressed at  the meeting and that it did not  do justice to the Trustees. I  might also add that it did not  do justice to me.  ouct of the Sunshine Coast Peninsula.  Pender Harbour May Day  Committee has announced that  a Petl Parade will be held this  Parksite preparations  .!! t ^ %sft*Z IPJ?    %��$��>*-**'��� Schedule ��f   DESPITE suggestions to the contrary, the picnic tables,  having undergone a paint job are again in their  old locations along Boulevard. Coun. Ben Lang, Coun.  Joe Benner and Fred Nelson produce the proof by setting up the popular picnic spot at end on���Boulevard-  Street.  events is:  12 noon���Parade forms at Legion Hall.  12:30���Parade   starts.  1 p.m.-^Crowning of May  Queen.  Judging of the Animal Parade will follow May Queen Ceremonies. Next are sports events for children and adults,  finishing with a ball game.  5:30   p.m.���May   Queen   Dinner at Seven Isles.  - 7to 9 p:m:=iMay Qiieeh BallV  9 to ?���Open dance.  At Sechelt...  FISHING  GOOD  port to be all things to all peo  pie, anymore than it is possible  for it to be pleasing to all according to their own views or  Interests, when contenious issues are involved. But this I  do to the best of my ability in  reporting meetings and events;  be objective, be factual, be  fair.  In any growing area, very  much of the progress, or just  general day to day well being  of the community As.,.^PJ-S^fflt.,.  on tb�� many who work unknown, unpaid, unsung, and often damned. While I do not  think that any report should be  a whitewash job, I do think  praise expressed should be given prominence equal to that  .of   dissatisfactions   reported.  Editor permitting, the following is a portion of the report  which was not printed.  Re:   TRUSTEES   REPORTS  "The ��� detailed reports gave  listeners an insight into the  many steps taken, the regulations and procedures with  which the Board had to become  familiar, the formalities with  which they had to comply to  lay the initial foundation for  the Water System. A project  of this kind could be likened to    was donated to the P.H. Legion    sports day on June 6th  Slate of events keep  P.T.A members busy  BUSINESS discussed at last week's meeting of Sechelt  PTA disclosed that many members are working hard  Pender   Harbour   has   been   on May Day preparations. Mrs. C. L. Poteet reported  brightened by smiles of happy    that refreshment and novelty booths are being organi-  fishermen during this past week    zed. Mrs. N. Hansen is in charge of the float.  when catches by sports fishermen showed a considerable increase.  Belatedly received is the report on the shuffleboard playoff held approximately three  weeks ago, for the Sir Winston  Churchill trophy. i  Trophy winners were Mrs.  Frank Campbell and Harry  Brown, Pender Harbour Hotel  team, who defeated the competing teams of the Pender  Harbour Legion and the Powell River Legion  PTA will also sponsor a candidate for Miss Sechelt who  will be elected at the teen  dance to be held on May 22.  Mrs. D: Goesen introduced this  added attraction of clubs spon-  Rathbone reversed her vote  dealt with the removal of tax  on clothes of all school children regardless of size. When it  was pointed out how this sys-  soring candidates to provide in- tern was open to abuse by many  terest   for   the   teenagers   on    people, there being noway of  May Day.  Sechelt Elementary School  sports day will be on a May  28, c announced principal Mr.  Wm. Reid, the emphasis will be  on enjoyment leading up to the  proving that clothes so bought  would be worn by school children, the resolution was not  supported.  Vice-president  Mrs.   Florence  Jeffries   who   represented   Eg-  Sir Winston Churchill Trophv    more   competitive   inter-school    mont drew attention to a resol  an iceberg where one sees only a small part of the work involved. By hearing and digesting reports presented one  gains an understanding of the  immense amount of work, time  by Colonel E.  S.  Johnstone of  Madeira  Park.  RECREATION MEET  Recreation Commission meeting    scheduled    for    Tuesday.  and  knowledge  applied  before    May'25, at 8 p.m., in the P.H    Community Hall is open to the  public. Anyone willing to contribute ideas or support to  make  the  Commission  an  ef-  President Mrs. Lamb reported that Mrs. R. Llzee has al  most completed the executive  committee for next year but  there are still some vacancies  including that of president.  Mrs. Winona Rathbone gave  a summary of her recent four  day' visit to the Parent Teacher  Convention which she attended  fective part of the community     on behalf cf Scchclt PTA-  Ex'  id urged to attend. /'>  plaining  how  resolutions   pres-  '\ " '      ,ented   were , discussed   before  the vote,  Delegates, although being advised how their respective  PTAs wished them to vote were  given authority to use their  own discretion,  after  listening  Auxiliary plans  shopping service  ��� and appreciation"^^ to the"different opinions cxprcs  made to Board  mnmhor, wh���    hTX p   ir   a 8..     reported ���  *C(*  ����� "��-  convention,  uy the P. H, Auxiliary to St.  Mary's, their meeting held in  ed about for so many years in    M^��irfl  P.ark  ��  May  12.  have    worked   ,to    accomplish..Mary's,'their SeX^-M ?n  What has bepn needed and talk.    mJ^  ��L "JS8 .[,e,d .!?  ^i*fetw*WJi>W^l��WI��rtwita��W"  one pipe is laid."  Following election of two  new Trustees, Rod Webb and  Bill White, Mr. Pillip Cramp-  ton, Sanitary Inspector, presented a reassuring, report on  the method, schedule, and results of the testing of the South  Pendei* water supply.  In general informal discus*  siohs ���Which" took place after  adjournment, regret was ex*  pressed,that a motion of thanks    a   GOOD   turnout,  made to Board  members who    by the P. H  ��    Mary's, the  needed and talk  this district "  '        ' ���' ,.Discus'sed was the formation  1 )f �� Phonal shopping service  MADE IN B.C, J?r hospUnl patients, in which  i  Recent    column    by    Penny ��� . ., PM-Mula   Auxiliaries  Wise (Sun;,  heralding  the In* nrtJ ParUelpatln��,  crease of ������m.ndu jn B,c," pro*      Chairman of tho fi|x commit*  ducts   nnd  souvenirs,   prompts [G?ti   "   ftIr".   -'oggy   Connor,  mention of a local contribution wth  A,rfl'  Mary, Wnndburri j,  to the growing list. cliarKo of the p, u. Committee  Enterprising   Pender   liar- *��n��-��"��K of Mrs,  K, Warden'  bourlto,   Mrs,  Alburt  Edward. ,���rH\, ,u,n ">"��",  nnd  Mrs   U  son, Is producing from sea llfo, I,'��rlmK.  Each  Auxiliary  com*  two   unusual    souvenir   items ]!llU(.!" w'|J hnvo a day on which  which uro being marketed on       w ' v,;s|l ��'��� Mary's Hospital  tlm Peninsula, ... ��� to fl-tend to shopping needs of  in Helens' skillful nnd crea* Kk;"l'\^ ���'��* for tho P,,,,.  ive hand*, lowly clam shells ���'����*; "arbour volunteers will bo  Pfieaine,���ploaHlnMly-dainty^^  tractive  bronchos,   Of qJito  ���    J"1'^ will bo ��� rortd/ly |d��ntlf!  different  nature ��re the .Star*    |C(A   >y������ <HhUiioiiVo red-smocks"  fish People who present an up* ,���h l,,uy will  l���� wearing  ution concerning the proposed  declaration of the human rights  of the  Indian of Canada.  The declaration containing  eleven articles has been introduced by Prof. C. M. Bedford,  Saskatoon, chairman of the Indian Eskimo Committee and  has been discussed with many  Indian reservation leaders who  without exception favor it.  The Federation delegates  voted that It should be adopt,  ed as (i statement "of its fund-  nmental policy as regards thc  Indian 'ptrqple,  Resolutions that were approved will now bo presented to the  Department of Education who  will notify PTAs of their find*  Ings later in the year,.������.,  Auxiliary tp st.       One   instance    where    Mrs.  USE  TIMES CLASSIFIED  RESTRICTED-No One Under 18  MA'C'iNU' ICVK'NT  **jr#  Imn    \  IM!*"!** , .  'I' Ml"'|J   ,'.'||'|..  penllng, droll .appearance, Made  of tiny starfish, given faces,  corttiinicid and bewlggccl, and  then set, upon n clam shell po.  *l*wtaJI,... - tho Star-fish People  .confidently await their delight*  ed new owners.      KcpQAt orders, Imve already   comfi-  tainr dnio for''t"ho'AuVllTary  Uin,e.--W munibors -.aro wel*  ,' \,.r':lf*hfA.Sz<<'"h'Z:  SUNDAY iDNITE SHOW   23  I TOM JONES  HERE  21-22-24-25  1MAY  Show Tirno 8 p.m*  DON'T MISS  NIGHT  flim'#MKwK*����iW��-��s��i��(������Si^^  P(l|ftCU>HINlV��vAvr��M  "ll't I ,11 Ik  COIOW  CREATURES  Thriller  Midnight Show  AflAY 23  SECHELT zT HEAJHE  Sccholr, B.C. Phono 885-9962  Box office success  comes to Sechelt  "TOM Jones", a restricted co-  medy^jnoyjc���which has had  such fantastic box office success, comes this week to the  Sechelt Theatre.  Story involves the adventures  of an illegitimate young man  in 18th century England, who  vies with his half-brother for  the love of a neighbouring dau-'  ghter. Y"  ,.,,��� Because,his^ mother *was, ,al-,  legedly the servant, he is not  accepted as a suitor. His foster father admits he is the son  of h��s late sister, and saves  him from hanging.  Albert Finney. Susannah  York. Hugh Griffith; Dame Edith Evans. David Tomlinson  and Joan Greenwood, make up  the cast.  , And then there was the woman who told her husband, "Be  an angel and let me drive." He  did and he is.  Middle age is when the narrow waist and the broad mind  begin to change places.  ave you  ever wondered  ........what the different  Lift Insurance  plans aro for. ?  ...,.,..what they do ,..���?   how much Ihey  coit I ?  In other word*, you  wanted to know about,  life Insurance. ThU froo  booklet tolli yoo about  it.  Just phono u> or  mail the coupon below  and we will bo. pleated  to provlda you with  the boohlot.  E. SURTEES  AGGKTT "AtiElRClES'tTDr  Box 63, Sochclt, B.C.  Phono 803*2065  PI��pi�� ����nd m�� a tn�� topy ��t  "Whol you Shoglrt Know oboul   I  III* In.gianc*."  ' &  (J����iS*KllW^tWWffBllWW^l**��*��t��!<'l' I  Addm*���t  ittt��t*ff*f����fttttM*tr*f��*��*ti>n ***   tjft    ��rv v,-ti��>t-1\ ioX<  "4 i,5V .TW^ST jf-jij ov*  &..;.  two in Sechelt  mil  '*y  V  Bit repori  ill  Shower kmored  Garrison family  The Sechetr Peninsulo Times, Wed., Moy 19, 1965 Page 7  FRIENDS >JtoM�� ,j$ ^jwsr  the  Peninsula ' g23the_efl>aw  ihe  Legion Hall, Roberts <&#��& on  Wednesday May 12 for l-ie^com-  ,C��^I"(?arib?^ ?ealth Uni^ estab��edJ July 1  19.4 -;  ��� - - - --  civ 22? ??su �� lts flrst annual xeport, .cov/epW fte first >mmiiy ^mer 4��>,*��iar Mr.-  area Ari Jf 2L���        _t"w����gkam concerning tbe -��-# whose *w jwas com-  ffi^firi^ of Pleteiydesiw^by^o.the,  The  population is' estimated    * afternoon of *md*y, 3tfay 7tiu,  Sd^W.SSBNob 'i* *__   *��"���� *^*>* .in feet, i��e Jf^SL^fif' ?#��  *;288,  No.  47   with  14,22s        ���    *�� *"�� ��*-*����� ^����^^ "-&?^ ������_!��, ^/^^ter  ���NO, 48 with 4,531.   During  ^   S ��, re��at��ve ,��olaUon;of :,ome ��� #���#; e^oae; rim&l Ufa*? ���  the    <�� the .reserve -lands,*^ ^,e ' with Jfcrg; JM^rfttaj^tbfar<r-atKl'  nsid-    <verv nntiw nf.'tho i��Hi����"_���A*v".Mrs: Vera ^tr^__rt____ ^Iki*',  *ix^month period under consid-   very nature of the indian^'peo^  Nation  there were 309 births   fa a ^ore^xtei^ive, servfce: ^J^K^^J^l^t'-'  eration there were 309 births  and 106 deaths which is normal  for the province as a whole. Se-  chelt School -District, however  .When considered separately is  unique with 69 births and 47  deaths out of the total population of 7,288 confirming that  this area has a high percentage  of elderly .people.  Heart conditions and cancer  Were the biggest killers with  accidents coming third.  DrV Cunningham reports that  since the opening of the unit  there have been no serious epidemics. Infectious Hepatitis' is  recurring with monotonous regularity on the Sechelt Peninsula, 14 cases were reported,  Jwo cases in the Pender Har-  "]wur area are considered due  to eating sewage contaminated  oysters. The peninsula area is  causing concern because of the  numerous small water supply  and  sewage disposal  systems.  VENEREAI. DISEASE  Venereal disease shows the  same rapid increase in this  area as io the rest of the province. More cases were reported in the Powell River area  than Sechelt or Squamish but  Ihe difference may be due to  better reporting, it being easier  lo. make phone contacts with  .tbe doctors close to the head office than in sub office areas.  School District No. 47 reported  50 cases of Gonorrhea in the  area, Sechelt two and Squamish  ���five, also there were two pas-  jes of a type of Syphilis reported  in the Powell River area Ko.  47. The actual figures given by  1he health unit are interesting  ���forejn the age groups 0-19 there  were six males and seven females infected; from ' 20*24  years eight males and one female. Over 25 years age group,  26 males and 11 females.  Each physician who .treats  a case of venereal disease is  required to notify the health  unit director; of, the name of tlU  person treated itnd to indicnle  ���whether he will be responsible  for locating contacts, If he cannot locate and treat contacts  the health unit resumes the,responsibility, In this health unit  contacts arc referred to their  own doctors for examination  nnd treat ment.  TUBERCULOSIS  In 1904 there woro. seven active cases of TB in the district  nnd ono In a sanltorium. Several hundred other persons  were receiving periodic f��JU  .. low-tip, When 'a' case of active  Tli is discovered all contacts  .of the ease must be located untd  Vskln tested or X-rayed as ihoir  .own history indicates, Several  itlrnos each year the Coaat Tra*  (Veiling Cllftic visits, the , a rota  (providing service .^ to those requiring checkuVs.  r  lv/  SERVICE TO INDIANS  In Squamish and Powell Rl-  iVer the health unit assumes responsibility for health services  ;on-lhe"lnuiftu"resoiwos"*lirtho  area.  In theory Iho (.aiuo service ia  provided   as   outlined  for   Iho  !is necessary.  - The report states" that oyer  .a period of years valuable progress may be made assimilating this group into the regular  program. Gradually special  .considerations will not be as  inecessary and the Indian will  receive medical services in tbe  same manner as .any self-supporting respectable citizen, i.e.  treatment will he his own fin  ancial responsibility.  leach .presented, A��lJ-hV;��t Vcpr^ge"  The evening ���hen* officially  commenced with a short speech  of welcome by Aileen Watson.  While the many lovely gifts  were being unwrapped, senders -names were recorded in a  guest book. Hearts made of ribbons and bows from the parcels were tied on Lea and  Sherry's heads while tiie younger girls took their pictures.  /Aimers  EVEN IF .their guitar playing was somewhat make believe these young ladies P^tBathgate and Marilyn  Cochran delighted .the youngsters of Pender Harbour  with their modern dancing.  Soy You Saw It In 'The Times'  How io foil want yoisr Buick?  Buick Skylark Sport Coupe  thrift^  Lite your luxury in trim PeluJte, Sportvvagoa<cr'Skylark,  packages? Then Buick Special is each model deliv^ everything  .the car for yoU. Special, Special   that the name Bmdc promises.  Big, bold and adventurous?  ^ike'this "vyildcot Sport <?oupc. Or the beautiful  J_eSabr& $rcle^uit )Elce^ 2^5; Orthc classic Riyjera,;  Eoch1 one offers its own kind pf adventure. And with a  wide Miction ipf powcir tc^ma Jtrnd & tenglhy 1��st of  optional firio*CWr feqtur^ ��ulcl? is ru��c to mvc just  1 tfbie mM;fcinilol! atfVentu&i for yo\t. ClUw^ one of the  fivey�� ^%s;th^tSd<*uycb ��l0,v250i 3^ 34p of 369  hoiricpowcr. Arid oh�� of \iw three fm�� ^nsmiafiiona  Then there ;at�� those .optional apceaaorles tliat help  make Biiiqk tao, desirable.^lUikeycar'round Air vCondi-  tioning, 6-Way Power Seats, .and a Tilt Steering  WhetilL So whether, you like iyour luxury trim and  thrifty or big* and bold, IFli ��      ""  Buick Jxaa just jtljie iright;  ^rlwjjroiju Wouldn't you  really iwtJMJr have a JQuick?  "4tw*Wtfe��te(��*ii��*a ��*iiBM^��4,'(��a*tet.  Whichever you cImjosg, buyjtow*.,,  ���--.-'������������ ' ' ������������.������, !���  ...���.,.'.. ��� . ��� ��� ��� ���:^gk _____f.^  Chiropractic Office  MON., THURS,, SAT,  1678 Mprlno Drlvp - Gibsons  Phono 886-9843  AORNBRAUMOTOnaVAUUJR     , , ,     ,.' ^^fllmmZ,  '   ' ' ' I ��� tl,.ii..ii.-.1,p-nJ ���    I** "*^ t"*"**^,  Bo sure to watch f,Tol6scqpo"and "Tho Ronuas'' now showing otTtelovlslon, Chool, local llotlnga for tlmo nod channel.  Authorized &okk Deafer in Sechelt:  MX-9AJC  eninsuja  roauets  v/   jS~.   ~  V  t  1  i  J  i  ?  V  V  *,  P  V  s&  '1 -.  ���I  ������<\r--*'  ���-$  u...,  ft  w  .  ��� *  M  I  1  t  ���������" 1  ���������������-<  V'  ''���'.  Sechelt, BX.  i  I  $  ..4J,.��� !i .'  ���:uv  ���r"�� *'-#^J.yfcVj.^..;.^^  _   [.  M  ��       J *���   V  .\-*i  ��hj  ��� .'*  \3  j$  ���f"*  /J  *#~3fc  ^  5.     '  _  Minstrel Show  UNRECOGNIZABLE in their minstrel camouflage were  PTA members and friends, Florence Klasen, Zoe  .Lloyd, Bobbl Mair, Dianne Powers, Ed Lowe (Mr. Inter-  ���locuter), Steve Dediluke, Jackie Perry, Joyce Clay, Joan  Rae, Doreen Lee and Vera Lowe. Fast moving with repartee, singing and dancing ttie show delighted the audience which filled the Pender Harbour High School gym- j  nasium to capacity '  Popular entertainers  EVERYONE sings in a hootenarihy led by the Rev. and  Mrs. James Fergusson and Pender Harbour Variety  Night was no, exception. Joined by a chorus of some 400  people the rafters of the activity room were set aringing  bringing the evenings entertainment to a happy conclusion.  -tflJik^f^SW^W^ms*^  Page 8    The Sechelt .Pen.  Times, Wed., Moy 19, 1965  _____________________���_,   ^  MORE   ABOUT   ...  Students  from page I���-  Pender. Harbour High, for the  usual assistance toward the  graduation ceremonies, this is  narmally a. donation of $25.  Reporting en his visit to the  Secretary Treasurer's- conference at VKambops, Mr., Peter  Wilson said a great deal of interest was shown in the pos-  _.sibJe__amaJgaiftatbh of School  Districts.  There was no indication as  to where and when this might  come about, but it is felt such  an innovation would ensure a  more equitable distWblinierarroF  funds.  The situation will, however,  be duly discussed at length  with trustees before actually  going into effect.  MORE  ABOUT  .  . .  Tax relief  from page 1���  year, it was suggested by  Councillor Drummond that as  taxes would not be due until  August, taxes would be assumed by village provided the work  had been accomplished.  The Kin. delegates agreed to  the proposal and a motion to;  that effect"rwaf" niovtM^nd accepted,  Councillor MacKay told council, "we need parks in the  area and we certainly will never get one cheaper than this."  Little mascot  MASTER of Ceremonies at the Pender Harbour Variety  Night, Mr. Ed Lowe, poses with Rusty Cunningham,  tap dancing star of the minstrel show. Rusty is fast becoming a seasoned performer. \  A. Pender Harbour...  P.T.A. Variety Night  hailed great success  A ESTIMATED 400 persons turned out to the PTA Variety Night held in Pender Harbour Secondary School  May 14. All available seats were filled, and for one  number, several spectators were called upon to surrender chairs which were needed on stage.  The   warm-hearted   audience  loving ladies, who seemed to  enjoy their act as much as did  the audience. Featured tap  dancer with the minstrel show  was little Rusty Cunningham  who showed great skill and the  poise of a veteran performer.  Last item oh the program���  a Hootenanny���led by Rev.  and Mrs. Fergusson, won warm  and total response from the  participating  audience.  The evening closed on a  touching note when the entire  audience rose to sing "Auld  Lang Syne," dedicated to the  honored and beloved teacher,  Mrs. Fleming, who is leaving  at the end of this term.  Paintings by Mrs. Stephanie  Hoopers Art Class were displayed in the school gym, gi.v-  )ng those who had missed previous exhibits, a final opportunity to see the paintings,'  vied for honors with the performers, as to which was the  more   delightful,  Ed  sonted a pleasing variety of  sentimental and lively folk  songs.  Interspersed between Ihe true  Master   of   Ceremonies \  Lowe introduced Mrs. F   F lem*   , performers" werT'sewal' mime  ing,   principal,   and   Mrs.,(���  ,<nets  whic.n  wero  populiU.  w|lh  Cane tap dancer*  THREE young ladles whose twinkling toes and twirling  canes provided dashing entertainment at the Pender Harbour Variety Night are Kim Lawrcnco, April  Walker and Barbara Cameron,, ��� ,_.  ���, ,.:, **-  Gooldrup, PTA president, In  opening the program, Mrs,  Gooldrup dedicated the concert  to Mrs, Fleming as a farewell  tribute, and presented to her  a corsage on behalf of the PTA,  A clinnning display of local  talent made up a large portion  of tho program. Particularly  captivating wero the '.beautifully  costumed and, capable wee  dancers trained, by Mrs, Vera  Lowes  Adorable In old fashioned costumes of blue and gold, tiny  tots, April;'Edwardson, Debbie  Duncan, Don Klein, Putty Uort*  nick, Nnncy Cameron, Sharon  MacKay,, Tammy Brown and  Joan Cameron, sedately per*  formed an old faHhloned dance,  I) r o h ft o d In abbreviated  fringed "costumes, sinters Lor*  nil no and Sundl Bllclk present-  In brilliant national dross,  Mary Cameron, Marjorle MacKay, Gall Wise, Valerlo Held,  Roberta and Mickey Bain, oxo-  cuted a. sprightly PqIIhIi Polka,  A cane tap routine featured  Barbara Cameron, April Walker, and Kim' Lawrence, wonting,  black  top  hats,  While .blouses,  nnd KlUteririg black KhorlH.  Vocal nrtlntfi Juanlta Thojn*" I  -lln��on^ii,(rT3Wt-oi]"lJ��niflM pre*    -i  the younger set,  A Minstrel Show . presented  by courageous PTA members,  assisted by "straight man" Ed  Lowe, and Banjolst Steve Dediluke, revealed a surprising���  and h'crctoforo hidden���degree  of vocal, dance and comic talent   possessed   by, these   fun*  NEED A CAR?  NEW or USED  TRY  Motor Prod.  SECHELT, B.C.  Pb. 885-2111  - Ted F��rowoll  ESSO OIL FURNACES  tfitwK^iefiflWMWtffitsB'itii  No Down Payment * Bank Interest  Ten Years To Pay  FIRST PAYMENT OCTOBER 1st  COMPLETE LINE OF APPLIANCES  For Free Estimate - Call 886-2728  4 &���<-  tK  The Sechelfr Peninsula Times, Wed., May 19, 1965 Page 9   * . , ___,������  Many desperate ...  $l Women's Committee  dalle callon kAmim  ] f i ,,   *   * '  THE SENIOR Women's Committee for Pension Increase  is shocked by the callous inclifference of our, government to the needs of the people from 65 years up, shown  in the budget.  -. ���   _-a��tei-��j-ta-i_U_h-W-W_ta--k--_Nl_��4a_Kiw  56 per cent of the women and  40 per cent of tbe men between the ages of 70-79 are living on less than $1,000 a year  and many between 65-70 are in  desperate need.  Mr. Pearson's brave declaration of "war on poverty" and  heading oi a commission of six  men (no women) to carry on  the war is pure fantasy. War  cannot be waged on something  that can't fight back and cer-  raised it would have benefitted  the high income bracket and  given relief to the low income  bracket and would have had  the same effect as a tax, cut,  and if the Old Age Pension had  been raised to $100 a month and  the age lowered to 65 would  have put enough money ih cir-  culatioif to give a good boost  to industry.  > The present Government has  the   opportunity   to   prove   its"  ways increased and strengthened by the Government and it  can be eliminated at any time  The first attack on poverty  Drcssion. thst drinkinfl is some  YOUN0 panel members who took part in one of the   sort 0f status, symbol and teen-  most interesting discussions of the year organized   agers are accused of drinking  by Gibsons PTA. From left, Eloise pelong, Mamie Mb-   to get drunk rather than being      .-,..  _^_.   ��� ,.���._..,  lpney (moderator), Mary Harding, Michael Willis, Mer-   a,   social  drinker.   But   where    the Government has made is to  rilee Olson, Barrie ^Quarry,  Nancy IngUs and Gordon    does social drinking end?' que-    increase  the income of those  Clark. ������"' V     ried Nancy. '...       ,...."'.,.���' in the high'income bracket by  *   -   '  ' , ���'������������'���'���������'w"-     Parents    should    themselves ^a tax cut and totally Ignoring  Modern students...  ^"J.-i^I^L^^JLiL.31' ^g',ad   faith  fay  increasing  the  >reciate interest  resent  "UP-DATE the parents on matters'concerning school  curriculum but don't interfere wim sofciad"actiVF  introduce liquor to teenagers  so that they are familiar with  tbe idea rather than meet the  problem suddenly at a dance or  social function and become  confused as to how they should  react Nancy observed that  most young people are sufficiently versed in political af-  j fairs   and ..world .-problems ��to^  the ��� desperate need of the elderly people. This is not a war  on poverty; it is a war on^the  poor. The tax cut for an income  of $5,000 a year would not.pay  for a daily and weekly newspaper.  If the tax exemption had been  pension to $100 and lowering  the age to 65 immediately. The  opposition parties have all approved of it, so �� free vote  could be taken to remedy this-  groat injustice. It would be  political folly for any party to  oppose the raise or for the  Government to make it an election promise.  The people know that the  Government is elected for 5  years and if the present Government is returned, the pension could be stalled indefinitely.  1 _���        r   x j   ���_      * ii -      i_* ,       1   ��� ,��� ,      ��.,"����".     cast a responsible vote at 18-  \ ties of students at the senior high school level." This 19 years, some of course would  was the advice meted out to PTA's by Elphinstone Stu- not be mature at 50 years, she  dents' Council speaker, Barries Quarry .....  The panel discussion "Youth r~~ " "  Looks At Our Community" organized by Gibsons PTA and  held last week in the elementary school, attracted approximately seventy parents (six of  whom were fathers). With Vancouver Sun columnist Mamie  Maloney as a most efficient  moderator, seven young speakers expressed the views of their  different organizations and afterwards engaged in open discussion with parents.  SOCIAL BEHAVIOR  to provide a place for boys to  work on their cars and to promote safe.���and courteous.dri-i  vers; members participate in  community" affairs promoting  dances and driving senior citizens to functions. Law enforcement officers are. inclined lo  antagonize youthful drivers by  treating them like young punks  instead of responsible citizens.  Mrs. Maloney asked the spea-  ker if he concurred with the  highway   minister's   statement  also felt that at this age they  should be able to enter a licensed premisesVif they wished.  RECREATION  Teehiagers themselves are to  blame, foi) the ���*lack of teenage?  entertainment in this area, said*  Michael W i 11 i s, representing  the Scout movement. He Vcalled  for the re-organization of teen  towns which Port Mellon' Community has agreed. ..to, sponsor  if the teens will \ accept the responsibility. The scout movement sets a course.of activities  for the boys from 12 to 18 years  Speaking on social  behavior ' ^iJlllt^na^1'? ,-'-.*. g<*Kl*   fading to- self-sufficiency" and  in school and community. Bar  rie said that students at senior  high school level 'arcs preparing  themselves for life away from  home without parents' supervision and, although they welcomed support and interest; they  resented interference. At this  age a student should be respon-  VsibV'for himself.''"':'y^ a-'1  The students' council also felt  that one error, nt a .school .social function was judged too  harshly by parents, overshadowing all ���thc good that arises  from such functions.  drivers persecuted by the police and insurance companies.  Mr. Clark replied V that they  were persecuted' by insurance  companies to the extent that  all teenagers had to pay for  the major infractions committed by a few bad drivers.  Speaking on behalf of tlio  Guides was Morrilce Olson who  stated that drivers were not  courteous to cyclists and pedes-,  trians, Law '.'enforcement was  not strict enough and the first  offenco of drunken driving  should result in licence suspen*  good citizenship. Lack of .facilities and sponsors has lead  to a decline in teen-age activities but if the teens will themselves co-operate in the formation of teen towns much could  be done to change this situation,  , Eloise Delong representing  the t'cgioh, ..Sport's,' Club said  there is a dire need for a playr  ing field suitable for year  round use. There is not one  frpm Port Mellon to Pender  Ifarbour and in the Gibsons  area alone there arc 100 ath-'  MaryZHardm^  , Job's Daughters also spoke on  social behavior stating that no  single organization could be  held responsible for a person's  behaviour. Home, environment  and school all contribute to  ranking persons what they are  PTAs, she felt, played a. useful  , role in school functions and  more parents should participate, Students often advise  their parents not to attend dances or'"sports" "days but they  secretly hope thnt they will.  Young people are more astute  than adults think' they are, adult behavior Is Judged by younger people who set their own  standards. The reputation of a  school In the community wns  nlso moat Important; It, could  liuv.tva.,.d��fc|dlng)Jnflueh^  graduate obtaining employment  and could also attract families  into the area, Speaking on be*  half of Job's Daughters, Mary  welcomed,' parent participation  In student activities,  discrimination in this area and  law benefitted the more affluent citizen who could afford to  pay the fines.  DISCRIMINATION  Panel members asked to vote  on police discrimination In this  nrca, resulted In four indicating there is discrimination and  three ��galnst. Mrs. Maloney  brought the decision to a tic .is  she did not think such was tho  case.  Mr, QuArry thought that  some .young drivers wero aggressive to the HCMP result  Ing in a charge for something  which a more pqllto attitude  would have only brought a war*  nlng. This would'appear to bo  ccr, baseball or,.the Coast Comets Track Club,  In open discussion, Barrio  Quarry maintained there was  nothing for teenagers to do in  Gibsons over the weekend other, than the cinema and pool,  which explained why so many  resorted to drinking and driving around In cars. Mr, Ray  Delong advised them to con*  tact Mr, Phil" Lawrence,; re*  creation director who,had been  appealing for teenagers'to attend the recreation committee  moetlngs, ,  Bank of Montreal  ,*4i#KHHiMt��^>��<*Ml^l��*���'����t��(H�� WW*)*!*!*! SH��t*Mf***IWa  TRAFFIC AND SAFETY  The subject of traffic and  safety brouglit the Cluincellor  Car Club  Into the discussion,    .represenk'<l-by--<Jor(l(iii-'Clttrk .drlnk���oii���roachlnn-tlu�����(ige-tif-  Tlw club's aim, said Clark, i��   21. Advertising given the Im*  DRINKING AND LIQUOR  LAWS  Spoaklng,for the llt-C Club,  Nancy 1, Inglis felt ,sho was  treading on dangerous ground  as all 20 members had diverse  opinions. However, they felt  thero was over emphasis on  nge; aT1flone co\ild"'drive,"��eo  a   restricted   show   at   18  and  The young panel members  presented their views and answered questions In a most  commendable   niannec,  Moderator Mamie Maloney  found'lt-ncceRSAry'to"brltiR"tlio  parents' questions to a halt to  give the panel a chance*to relax but even during refreshments tlipy wore to bo found  sljll busy answering questions,  Mrs. L, Labonto, program  convener, expressed thanks to  Mamie Maloney for travelling  from Lndysmlth on Vancouver  Island to attend this function,  USE TIMES CLASSIFIED  I  I  >b  ft  I   i  > -v  {������**  ���Iy  ��  ��� wi  II  ��� 's "*'  If'**  m  m.  j..~*  \,  ...  V  V  *��m*^WWtWI*!^����i!^WW��>M^��^*��  IMH**WW''**i!*>*^*"'^ W^ WeyijaW  Bring all your  personal credit needs'] under one roof  i  J  A  LOW-COST LIFE-INSURED LOANS  Scelicll llmnt.ii: lMNI'.ST IIOOTII, MnniiRor  w _, I��cn 11ci^'jJ|In,rt��0V'.r��� M*u'*__ClI>Br'{ ^"l^^^lL   9l!��!iJM!>L,  "      Gibwnrir^nchr" "*"~"     .TiWa^  ���pi..  r-\  �����  N-s, M:.rr*.*._T.  ���A...  Page 80 Tiie Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wed., May W, J^&S  -A  If  Teachers elect  slate officers  MEETING ok,the Sechelt teachers   Association,   held  last  Squaringiy Yours   ���-by Maurice Hemstreet  WELL, HE3EJE -w* are again, although the square dance  season ifaasvcome to an end except for high spots of wedwadaT��MaT^2 r^uiWin  the .^ummei. liike on May 24 at Seehelt, there will she $& election of the &ew slate  square dancing in the open air somewhere. Just listen, of officers ior 1965-66.  for the music and follow^ sound. Then on July 1 at ^ ^^ bussed, a  Gibsons, usually at the Super-Vaiu parking lot, sewen vVXtfWfc* ,u_s esteoded to  oleloek tiUi9p_rn. M course, in square, dancing.anyQu^g ^ E tficmuig, Principal of  can happen at anytime but I will be here to )bring yum j>^��x HarJaour High School,  a description of any events in- square^ dancing that taKe tw ._{_* work during the past  place, if not before they lake place then certainly right year .on behalf of the teacher's  ^ftex. In the meantime, J'm sure that 1 will be able ito Federation, her efforts toward  bring some news your way that has been overlooked toy jeducaticma- betterment and the  others. "*  *act that sne was responsible  Hppp'i.; ���  nAt!t Hflt���� lhat  I                                                  . ior   the   acereditation   of  her  raSh�� IA *122J* __-i^ j_t?" *����: ���*-.�����. - ����� ��**  rv-a-iV  like this, on Feb. U, 1961���The  Sechelt Promenaders were invited to the, Hopkins Hall where  we had a .wonderful time jas  usual, 4antaEB~T��5t��� the Gibsons Squarenaders. What ��� a  feast they put on and at one  time there wejje -seven sets ��of  Afternoon stroll  FIRST girl to complete this year's walkathon   coming   s<}Uare 4aneers on ^ floor  {in forth was Maralyn Simpkins accompanied by bro-   Harry K(jbertson was the em  their Ricky. Rain failed to dampen the enthusiasm of the   cee ^d lt0p caUer for the even-   J^Wh-S* m���&Tl  Mrw  yo&ng walkers but kept the adults indoors. ing   Guest canersAver_^ud^^e^f Wood/Bay itself wFs; ^wrricu]  Bay first. There's a terrific  view there 'as well as a place  to park the car off the road.  These places where one can  park a car completely off the  road are few and far between.  Well, we were soon at Wood  Bay, parked and out of the  car -to take a couple of pictures.  The view was everything I said  schools in the province to gain  such distinction.  saectedr^esident, Mr. Mal-  coim Maetavish; Vice Pres.  Mr, M; Daber; Bee. Gen. Secretary. Mjps. W. Rankin; Treas-  .itter., Mr. Alex Merlin; Bis.  eouneil Representative, Mr.  George    Cooper;    Elementary  ry  TJNDAlUNTED      by;:    overcast  skies and heavy rain, an estimated aO young -people from  8 to 18 years of age walked the  Blatchford, at tbsT^ime living  in Mission City, Bill Morrison  from Gibsons. Jack Inglis from  Gibsons and myself from -Sechelt. There is a PJS. added  bere that says, and I quote, as  usual 1 was last on the program  and the calls that I knew had  already been called. Well,  that's   the   story   of   my   life,  it was, if you kept your eyes, -.Curriculum      Representative,  it.   Reid;   Secondary  ^Gwa*iculum Representative Mr.  impossible  unless  you  wSntedK-J*tan Truman; Pensions Ohair-  a color shot of garbage dump-    roan, Mrs.  Smith; In Service  ed over the side. There was  quite a selection, old, medium  rare and new garbage. The situation was disgusting, so on  we went.  Secret Cove offers a  beautiful view but just no place that  Chairman,   M.   Bujan;   Public  Relations,   Mr.   Cross;   Agreements Chairman and Past Pre-'  sident, -Mr. .John Fajccari,  here we \*ent back to Madeira  Park and then toured Francis  16 miles -from Gibsons Munic-    h^e^er^ ^ we"' clicked  ipal'Hall to Secfeltrlast Sunday.  Recreation director Phil Lawrence and Mr. Eugene Yablonski assisted by many parents  patrolled the route and it is be-  don't tell   anyone  this,   but  I  have learned two new calls so  we will just wait and see who  gets surprised next time I do.  a guest spot ... tee-hee.        -''  As   you   know,   May   9   was  lieved that    all    competitors    Mothers' Day and'���-1 must say  Happy ending  ONiE OF the younger entrants in the "long walk,  10-^earH>ld Colleen Mae-  PhfefljGon enjoys her reward, a welcome hotdog.  Her walk doesn't seem to  ha^e worried her jto much.  completed   this   second   annual  walkathon.  One young lady was seen  walking barefoot but stoutly  refusing to accept a ride, while  two. yoiung boys resorted to roller sjkatesi to help them finish  the distance.        !     ���"'"'  First to complete the distance in a time of 2 hours, 35  minutes .was 16 year old Mike  Eyerley, tois 12 year old brother Pat arrived eight minutes  later just .one minute ahead of  his companion, 12 year old  Uonnie Evans.  'First to arrive at Hackett  P^ark was last year's winner  John Charman but he started  from his home and acted more  as ,a pace setter.  Fourth and fifth were Marilyn and Ricky Simpkins, Marilyn -being the first girl to complete the distance. The youngest walker was 8 year old Kar*.  en Dober. Competitors were  still arriving in Sechelt at 5;40  p,m, and were treated to'refreshments provided by the  (Sechelt Recreation Committee  in the Hospital Cottage, Sech-  elt. Councillor and Chairman  of the Sechelt Recreation Com-  mission, Joe Benner was responsible for eppking and, arranging hot dogs and hot Choco-  late for thc tired walkers on  their arrival.  "Tho thing that impresses me  most about America," said the  Duke of Windsor, "is tho way  parents obey their children,"  that it was a very beautiful day  too,  so I filled the gas  tank,  loaded canned pop, donuts and  cookies  into the  trunk,  closed  it,   loaded  my  good wife  Peg  along    with   the   baby,    in  the front  seat, Alan and Sandra, each with a camera ready  for action, into the back seat,  and myself. Oh, yes,, I dashed  back into the house and got my  camera,  which I had just received   for   my   last   birthday,  which I don't talk about���that's  the, birthday of course. Getting  presents   is    fine    but   those  birthdays do add up and one  could  get old  very  quickly  if  you .don't  lose   a   few   somewhere   along   the   line.   Now,  let's see, where was I, oh', yes,  everything for our drive up the  Sunshine Coast was ready so I  sallied forth. Two miles out of  Sechelt   we   picked   up   Cathy  Berry, along with her new movie camera and her Kodak In-1  stamatic 300 (mine is 400). You  see we were going, to take a  '"> lot   of   scenic   pictures;    and,  having   travelled   thc   road   to  the Pender Harbour area quite  a bit in thc past years and although I haven't been up that  way for some time I still remembered    where    the    most  beautiful spots, were,, so,, a way  we went,  Now, as I said before, it was  Mothers' Day so 1 said'to Peg,  "where would you like to stop  first?" She chose Halfmoon  Bay Lake, now known as Trout  Lake, so I said "that's fine,"  Halfmoon Bay Itself., is very  plcturesquo  but J know  of  a  we only slowed down and kept  going. I haven't been io Jrvine's  Landing for about 12 years and  the road has just been black-  topped so away we went: S^re  been some changes up there  and we toojc- .soitte��-^!*ry vnice '  pictures! ��/  "Well," Peg "said.- "it's time  for a pop break let's go to  Francis Pen." And J said, fine,  I know just tbe spot on around  Garden Bay Lake toards Garden Bay itself, there's a big  upturned root wherd'" we ican  get some more pictures. Away  we went and upon finding the  place, parking, having our afternoon lunch, we proceeded to  take pictures, that is jifter we  removed more garbage out of  the way of the cameras. From  off  some  .more?  nice   scenery,  shots then beaded for home.  We jceally  had  a  very ��ice  'afternoon en the Sunshine Coast  rejicepi..for.places to pull over  and stop,  at view  points,  but  then I suppose, if there were  sueh    places    someone   would  fill them full of tin cans and  old paper just like the present  turn-offs.   The  one  high  point  of the whole day was that the  sun   did   shine   with   all   it's-  riaite, and upon arriving home  my wife 'Peg said,  "that trip  Was sure well worth the time  but i haven't time now to cook  anythng if or supper so go put  and   buy  something  to eat   at  home,   and   1   s a i d,    "YES  DcEAR."  ���   . r ... '"���Vf *  ,' -\K.fi.iff.}* < ef/uiti���+#m  i ���    Determination  /        T\fELVE-year-old Pat $y>  ��� erley gives an angaished  ; gld-jce at the jflnlshlng $tnc  r       as I he comes in second, fi-  ,' nlslhlng   the   16-milc   dis-  �������,���,���*.��-.'ia h co���tin ->a���ti me wtrf** two -  hodrs and 43/minutes,  New citizens  DO|OLEY~To Mr, and Mrs,  waiter Pooloy, Halfmoon  Bay, B.C, a son born May u,  l��ft!i at St. Mary's Hospital, So*  chelt/B'/C.  Anyone 4ntore^ti3d in the forming of a Pipe  Bond io* ifho Sunshine Coast area, ptco.o,  contact M. A. -Girard, Port Mellon _06^53��4;  ), Gibson, Gibsons, B.C, 006-7483, O* leave  name and phone number at tho Canadian  Legion, Socholt or Gibsons.  Tho new Pioneer 11-10 w����flh* *aly 12 pound*  without attachments.vVftj litfM m% it It, *h�� plonc��r  11 .fO podia m��re��t>en_th 4MmI roticdMlity th��n*ny  ��ha,n ww M* its clan, tMt h tho ��nil��it f holn'#aw  t��o ihandle youVa prm (fried, Monger't iomouM *<����-  ����tlllty pnd dcptDndabillty if (tolly ��haw *tp ,fa Ah��  lightweight Jl-lO , , , tho small chain mw w4th  tho Profonlonalljiod wallop,,  ww&&&t*m^��m^����mm##^^  CHAIN SAW CENTRE  Wilson Cfeek, 0.C, Phono 085-X220  WE DO SERVtCf WHAT WF SELL  SALES AND/SERVICE OF ALL MAKES  OF MOWERS AND SMALL MOT9RS  , ^^  ynnmtSltm  %*'  ,* _--_ J      T * - N  The Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wed., May 19, 1965 Page 11  "tiA-  BOX KS SECHELT " SUNSHIKE COAST PROPERTIES        PHONE 885-2161, 885-9565. 885-4461  __ ��� investors Special  40 acres. $6,600 F.P. Ideal for subdividing. Near Sechelt camp.  - site. Beach and park.  ,30 Acres  $8,800 F.P. Borders on two roads. Close to Sechelt and public  access to beach. View, trees. o  120' Creek Front Lot"  Wilson Creek area. Only $1,050 cash.  AVz Acres  $2,500 F.P. only $500 down. Gibsons area. Road to property.  80' Waterfront West Sechelt  Approx. 1 acre treed. $4,400 F.P. Terms.  9 Acres  $2,200 F.P. Level land close to highway/Good access, close to  Gibsons.  T       -  ��     Z<"  -^��**L  *."���_  Sechelt Business Block  Ideal family set-iip. Suites, restaurant, pool hall. Good returns.  See us tor details.  West Sechelt Bargain  Only $8,500 F.P. for this modern 2 bedroom full basement home.  3 D. Bedroom in basement. Carport. On two acres, landscaped,  cultivated. See this for sure.  Retirement  Waterfront, furnished, one bedroom cottage.  Halfmoon  Bay.  ,   $7,500 F.P.  ..r./.....,. Vi.,''.Se|ma:,,Pqrk',,''..  Revenue plus lovely 3 bedroom home on 75' landscaped lot. Plus  two beach cottages.. Garage, basement, auto oil  heat. Only  $19,000 F,P.  " i.���r-i.rn.-i.i.i.n.i-i,...,-t, ���  ��� ^ ^     , . .mui n ..ii i.j-i,.,-,.,, .... .    _   14 Acre Island  Lovely resort site, good boat anchorage.  Nelson Island area.  Treed, water available. $22,000 F.P.  ... Vi ' .;    ��� ' r  Resort Site  162' level beach front, West Sechelt area. Livable home.  $18,000 F.P.  3 Bedroom West Sechelt  Lovely view property with beach access across road. Fruit trees,  landscaped, $11,000. Terms.  100'x250' West Sechelt  Village water. $2,200 with only $500 down.  "vnt _>  I (ifl!i.��w��.Ww* MsBsnrtm  3 Bedroom  Post and beam 75' lovol boach front Lovely panelled living room  with fireplace Sun dock. Furnished, 15' glass boat, 50 hp motor  Included. RcdrooHs area. $18,500 F,P.  Park Like Setting West Sechelt  Gentle slope to sea with 149' water frontage. Three bedroom plus  guest cabin. $5,000 down.  Madeira Park Waterfront  128' park like lot. Modern two bedroom basement home. Wharf  & float. Yeor round protected bay, only $14,700 F.P.  2 Lots Side By Side, Sechelt  One cornerboth, facing, park. Both $3,500 or $1;800 ��� each  60x120.  Davis Bay  Three lots side by side. Wour choice $1,850. One block front  beach.  NO HEAT - NO LIGHT - NO WATER  But magnificent view at Selma Park. Only $600 F.P. for  corner lot 100x200.  Home Newly Constructed    a^a/aaa'^a;  Needs some finishing, close to store and post office. $13,500.  50 ft. of beach and rood, Selma Parkf *-'       ^v*  Egmont, 330 ft Waterfront  Fishermans home 5.31 acres. Good resort site. Excellent fishing.  $12,500 or close offer.  Waterfront Beach Motel  With 7 units plus owners home also 5 trailer bays and large  campsite area. $27,500.  ��mwJl ^ i.Ajeji.-i,i z >i , <* ;4  lm���,7.   ��*,��!��,> .v     ,��       r. *T*~��*-w;~_f.1     " *b  Sechelt Village  Modern 2 bedroom home, auto,heat and hot water. Landscaped  and car port, only $11,000.  Vacant Possession,  in Sechelt  3 bedroom basement home, auto oil heat and built ins, which  must be seen to be appreciated. Full price $11,900.  11  Acres View Property  Selma Park, $2,500.  Near Garden Bay  Close to scafront. Lots from $1,000 F.P. 20% down, easy terms  on balance.  ��elma Park  4 rooms $5,700 low down payment,  Davis Bay Lot  ���������w��.���������.,-,��.w��-$l#850,.'Down.paymont-'$250,  ' Wp��l��-*fflj>*8��!flli��*i(WB��' N&Vt:  Welcome Woods  100 ft waterfront view lot $5,500.  Porpoise Bay  An elevation for view, 5 aero block $1,995,  Three Salesmen to serve you  jACKANs^^  .j. .....  R��  SE  SBBH-B  , Zk :���.:., '���;��� .,��� '���:������'. ���������. (;.;.��. n^v  Page 12 The Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wed., May 19,1965  ir>-  J;  Egmont Eye  -���by John Duniop  RAIN OR shine���Egmont's May Day celebration; with  free ice cream, pop, tea, coffee and hotdogs, will  'be held on Saturday, May 22. The program will' c6m-  imence at 11 a.m. with a dock fishing derby to be> followed at 12 noon with a one-hour lunch period. Races  for all ages start at 1 p.m., with jumping, tug-*okwar  and other sports as time allows.  The bazaar, with home-cook  ing, fancy work and plant  stalls, fish-pond and indoor  games will; take place in the  Community* Hall; V2:00 to 4:00  p.m. Carls Neilsen and his  'Gamblers,' from Vancouver,  will provide the evening's en*  tertainmenta with a, 1%-hour  floor show commencing at 8  p.m., the big May Day dance  following at 9:30 p.m. You will  meet friends and acquaintances  from Gibsons to Earl's Cove,  Saltery Bay to Vancouver Bay,  at Egmont's May Day. The  youngsters will have a good  time, probably win one or two  of the many prizes, and everyone will enjoy themselves. They  always do.  Egmont May Day originated  back in 1942 when the teacher  at that time, a Mrs. Cuttle,  planned a celebration for the  children,, complete with May  pole dancing, sports and all the  trimmings. Due to illness, Mrs.  Guttle "was unable t<f be' present  on the big day but Lela Griffith andL Mabel McNtrtt, our  present schoolteacher, kept the  ball rolling and the event went  off as> planned, Mrs. McNutt  supplyingthe__mu5ie^.,,wjti4.:..h,er..,,  accordian. 1943 saw another  May Day in the old school-  house, this time without the-  May pole. There was a gap of  several years until 1950 when  the new school was completed.  From that time, until? the1 pre:  sent- May Day has liaeen, a| big-4  annual holiday in Egmont.  Prior  to the  advent of  our  road, boats- would begin, to arrive -ethriy   in  the   day,   each  loaded   to   the   gunnels    with  merrymakers    from    Pender  Harbour, St. Vincent Bay, Britain River, Vancouver Bay and  from    many    of   the    smaller  camps in the inlet. As the majority of our own people also  travelled by boat in those days,  ,you can imagine the scene at  our floats.{Boats: of all; shapes  ;and sizes mooredVfotir arid five  deep   and   at  every- available  spot,   including   the   fish-scow  and gas-dock. You either sold  your fish the night before" or  held them  over until the day  I after. ThisK also .applied to the  gas float, the only 'fuel' served  being that 1contained in bottles  and jars, of which there was  always an unlimited supply on  the many boats, Going aboard  wasn't too'bad, unless thc boat  you were visiting was on the  outside;   This  usually ( necessitated a 'fuel' stop on each boat,  when crossing from one to the  other, the same when coming  ashore. This was when the going got tough, A float, six to  10 feet in width, can appear awfully narrow and unstable at  times like this. However, things  were usually kept pretty well-  under control at all times, particularly until- the late afternoon hours and after the children-had had their sports and.  games, the bazaar etc. was  closed; and the locals vs. visitors tug*of-war was decided.  Then supper time and putting  the youngsters to bed, either  on board or at an Egmont  neighbor's house, usually supervised by older brothers-or sisters, and finally the dance. Music was invariably supplied by  local talent, piano, fiddle, accordian, guitar or what have  you. Harm on i c a s, slide.  whistles, even kazoos an d  Jew's harps were not-unknown.  Whatever the music and its  rendition, and it is surprising  the number of good musicians  to be found? in gatherings such  ��as~thisf our dances-were-always1  a success, with everyone dancing and enjoying themselves to  the utmost, to the wee; sriia'  hours*  CLUB NEWS.  The final spiring tea of the  Egmont' Community Club women was. held at the-hall on May  12. The tea was in the form of  a work party in preparation for  the May Day festivities. The  door prize was won by Vi  Berntzen, athe? guessing contest  ''''���by,-__ayJ''''d6ol: and a:lovely cake,  made and donated by Mary  West, was won by Myrtle Dal-  ton. .Myrtle,, still confined to  her home with 'castitis,' (new  medical term) was not present  but, her name being drawn and  our gals being strictly honest,  received^ her prize in due  course, we. hope.  Business and Professional  Women's Glub members Dorothy Bosch, Mae Bathgate and  Lily Dunlopy all ofV Egmont; attended: the,' annual installation  dinner meeting; of the Powell-  . River   Chapter,   held   at   the  Rodmay  Hotel,   Powell  River,  , on May 11. (That is, the story  we husbands were told). They  were accompanied by Miss  Adele detange of Secheltwho  conducted the installation of  Mrs, Beverly Johnson, the incoming president. The girls report that an interesting and  hospitable evening was spent  with their Powell River friends  who provided accommodation;  for their overnight stay,  der Harbour and took up residence  in  the  Columbia  Coast  Mission's cottage settlement in  Garden: Bay, living there* untiF  recently*  when illness necessitated    hospitalization.    George.  Day  was one of the few  remaining old-time fishermen ot  this district and his passing re--  moves   another   link  with  Eg-,  moiit's "earlier _ays.Strictly independent, he was a good citir  zen, a first class fisherman im  his  day   and  a  credit  to  his  community.  Last week's' colum n published;'  a^brief account of the accident  in which? Robin West, captain  of the herring seiner 'BeUna';  Golf championship site  HAROLD W. Blakely, president, Carling Breweries, with  Toronto Board of Trade President John Taylor, and  Golf Director* Mtirray-Tucker; examine course^ layout  of new Board oPTfede Country Club, site of the 1967  Carling World Golf Championship.  Musical Ride for centennial  THE   famed   Royal, Canadian  Mounted Police musical ride  will tour British Columbia dur?  ing centennial  celebrations  in  ism  The  riders: ��nd; the   RGMF  ish- Columbia.  Centennial committees in  communities throughout the  province-have been* asked whe*  ther they would, join in spoof  soring' the performance.  Final  standing? events ofV1988 obsecv-  ancesfoJ., tfce 100th anniversary  was seriously injured. It iswiUfe!>-ofcthe^ union, ofc ti-e* two* crowir  ���teitfej3Wp��]b^-o^ of the 14s centres to  be* visited by the troupe is yet  to be made;  *I��l*��Wl����i*��W*��'^'^*��"**WM'  !  I  No Cents  S 61 Waiting  ���  ��� ��� LGt  The Times  Classified  Make You  Money!  The Times  Phone  i*����l>i��lM*��B(��**IWW"  ���>ws*aMstft*wMwt*fcW!-  WwwMWDWmmww awwwmwi iw��mni in ��� i  JOURNEY'S END  Still another old-timer of our  community has passed away,  in the person of George Day,  late of Pender Harbour, who  died in St. Mary's Hospital on  Sunday, May J). Mr. Day was  born in Ontario about 80 years  ago and ifrst apponred in this  district in the late 20s after  having lived in the Pugot Sound  area for ai considerable period,  It Is known that ho trolled out  of Nenh Bay, Wnnh. before  coming here, For many years  George lived on his bout, fish*  Ing up nnd down the,count In  senson- nnd' wintering In this  locality. In 1940 ho moved Into  the old Pnraoav home at St,  -Vlncont-U)ijrrMnter*-WUI(llhrT  small house In the, Homo area,  In the middle '40s George was  1 one of the prlmo movent In the  forming of Ejjmont Consumers  CO'Op, Association, ft movement  ln which ho wns deeply Interested, In lP.r)5, he moved IiIm  house to Egmont and Jived here  for Ihe next' two ycnrH, About  eight year�� ago, nnd due (0  fnlllng.hcaltl), ho.moved to Pen.  regret- that we now report the1  death of Robin, in the Veteran's Hospital, '. Victoria, on  Tuesday; May 11. The sympathy of his many friends in Egmont is extended to his wife .  Joyce, sons Gary and Robin,  sister Pansy, and his brother  John, of Egmont.       ��� .  Robin was born an&^spent- his-  early youth in Vancouver and,  after completing his education  there, came to Westmere,  on  Nelson Island, in 1937. For the  next few years he and. his bro*  ther John logged and fished m  the Jervis Inlet area. 'Robiri enlisted in the RCAF in January,  1943 and upon being discharged  from; the  services  in 1945  resumed his fishing career! this  tiihe,, 0^  fish   packers   out   of  Vancouver.   After   about   four  years on  this  type of  vessel,  and having gained considerable  experience on the coast, Robin  transferred to seining, an occupation at which he rapidly became   expert,   particularly   inv  the herring fleet,  When In command of the  'Betty L\ Robin and his crew  were instrumental In rescuing  the survivors of. the ,..'.Gulf  Wing' when that vessel foundered   anDinner Rock,   Just  south of Lund. Robin West was  of a happy, cheerful disposition, well liked by those who  knew him, and. he will be sadly  missed, not only by his family,  but by his shipmates and hia  many friends and acquaintances.  colonies? of? Vancouver Bland-  and Hritish< Columbia mainland. - u j,  The announcement was made  by tberXaoadianvGonfederatione  Centennial Committee of Brit-  Titfr ceremonial ride and ac*  companying band concert is  famous throughout much oi  North America and was, a weBf  remembered crowd please*  during the 1958 observances oi  British Columbia's cehtenaryi  CAR:&..1KKK TIRE CENTRE  Let us supply all your Tire  requirements  Quality - Service - Economy  j t  GIBSONS W SERVICE  Phone 886-2572  .'"���'������' For, Wmy Budge,*; Terms   ,  Use Your SHELL CREDIT CARD  Pla  ce 0  >  ADVENTURE: IN ABC. PARADISE  ^tii^MM��'w��*H>��w'*>,'^"��iM6l'*w'^  i��l��^Sl***ffl����*Wl��.  of Sechelt  AVAILABLE AT THE TIMES OFFICE  $5.00  (plus 25c tax) S&aWlas*. ^*��t*t��n*<^ -*�� rt^'^����^i^^��v.4fcS,*v*,'iJ>*sa?jAJW;������,,  The Sechelt Peninsulo Times, Wed., May 19,1965 Page J 3;  E. Orairod reviews..,. ,  ffis  *��   .,  Suspenjse "The Hotel"  in the public library  "THE HOTEL," newest tale by Arthur Hailey, ^s jusfc  -as tightly plotted and suspenseful as one has grown  to expect of this writer with his record of best-sellers;  *ffr  "-Here,   in the   space  of ,five   days,   he  introduces ,us   to  a . ���          .   :  wide   range   of   people   whose *��** UP���� a '^Te^ 'f^  * ulated stage, and althoughvthey  joys and sorrows are woven iii  to ,the plot. The young and troubled manager, the worried owner, a young assistant cook,  the .owner of a rival chain,  spme_ qf_ the_ socialites of a  large southern city, a vicious  captain of the bell-hops, British nobility; all are motion picture material and it is no surprise -to learn that this highly  popular story is to be filmed  are well-trained actors, and',  play their parts -well, they -can1  do nothing to unfold ior us--the'  slew development of personal-'  ity which mark the great _uov-,  elists.���       ~   _     -   - -  It is claimed that once one  has begun a. Hailey book one.  cannot leave it for-be is a mas-',  ter of timing,  of rapid-paced-  action;   and  with all -this  hev'  Migfat  Successful event  MEMBERS of the 1st Sechelt Guide Company wish to  thank all those who contributed to their recent rummage sale which resulted in a fund replenishment of $72. '      1^e**e�� *> ��* Editor  Pictured here sorting out garments for sale -are: Rita   puhlicitv  Ono, Penny Caldwell, Georgina Newsham, Marilyn Mac-   ru*Jll^xli  kenzie, Dianne Ono and Heather Hall.                               appreciated  Editor, The Times:  Sir-���The executive and members of the Tidewater Players  were *very much impressed by  the excellent coverage, in both  photos and items, given their  latest show.   They  would   like  to thank the individual 'members of your staff who spent  considerable  time - at- Roberts  Creek   Hall   to   take   the   pic-  ON THURSDAY, May 13, Elphinstone Jr./Sr. Secondary   tures and collect information.  ' School %eld its four-ihouse track meet. The weather     The publicity the ^ciub recei-  qontJJtions werje ideal for ke^n competition. Spitfires, last   ved  through  the  medium   of"  year's^phher $COr^;^>|p&4i5^ your-?^wspaper is very much  and.- Bombers 122,vone the Ibasis appreciated. Z.  Eor it is'as a story-teller that writes well, and offers no _hod-  Hailey  shines.  He  gives little dy workmanship.  In-the "field,  or no indication of what makes in which he works he ,is~ real'  his  characters tick.  They  are master.  I-ms  Keen competition...  Elp.iiistoi.eJL, Jr. hold  foar^Itouse track meet  HUBICh, munch, munch..; lot of :nibbllngfbills?  Find LOANS fast In the YELliliWrr^ES^VVhere your  fingers do the walking.  five "for second, threeiior .third; arid eone for four th, VRe-  lay events were .^i^^Sir't^r^-  Results:   Order .of finish J,  -~^U)RJ^;:�� J^LES,  Vvvseeretory-  .  2, 3, tin 'time, distance, and  height   :.,.  ' House vftelay: Bombers, Mustangs, Sabres and. Spitfiresr  Sr, Soys - 880: Ken> Sneddon,  Dave 'Whitaker and Rick Wray.  2 mtn., 34.5 sec.  Triple Jump; Rod Emery,  Barry "Quarry, Rodger Skid-  more 34', 3".  100 yds,: Dave Burritt, Tom  Paul, Tctcr Emerson. 11.7 sees,  .High Jump: Bob Williams,  Bob Baptiste, Barry Quarry, 3',  .440 yds: Dave Burritt, Rodger Skidnvore, Phil Malpass  58.3 scc^    (Discus: * Dave Wilson, Ray  Cpates; Alex Skyettev; 1104',; 2";  lor, ��_6 pts.; Junior Boys; "Mike  Clement, 24 pts.; Senior Boys,  Rodger Skidmore, 20 pts.  JNIOR GIRLS  100 yds,; Belina Gibb, Susan  Thbrold, Carolyn Gibson. 13.1  sees.  -60 yds,: Belinda Gibb, Susan  Thorold, Audrey Owen, 8.1  sec_. ..... -a\.. ������ ........  -Shot Put: v MaryrJack; Esther  CafnBXiS'Wa^vvInglipi^ao^' 3".  Di-scus: Patsy Gust, Marlcne  Fitzsimmons, VSandra   Hanseu.  ���;���:- Ball Throw: Jill Cobleigh. Susan   Reed,   Marilyn   Hopkins.  i43\ rZ' '���. ;'-��� .V:'.";:11T ,;,'���,  -4xtlCi  Relay:   Spitfire^   Bomb-  ijShot put,!' Doug/CooRcr, ;Rod* ers, Mustangs. 63.1 sees,  gcr   Skidmore,   Dave   WHson,       Bro^d   Jump:   'Sandra   Par*  37'; G'V sons,   Diane   Becman,   Belinda  ;!4xll0,Relay; Spitfires,.Sabres Glbk.,13V4%"r^w--T":   l^uslni)b��-iW#T8WS:     ""*"��� HiKh  Jump:   Audrey  Water-  ,jBrond Jump:  Do.r.Fladager, j,OUB0 ;sandra Hansen, Carolyn  Mixed emotions vis being .middle-aged and suddenly realizing thai you'll aiever be, a has-  been.  t i-ViffliSKiipMiiiiHiKW-JfeitttiVwo*  220 yds. Rodger Skidmore,  Boh Baptiste, David Burritt,  25,5  HOC,  SENIOR   QIRLS  liDlscu.s:   Potty   Gust,   Dlnnc  HhiulAll, .Phyllis  Emerson. 82',  A '��� ��� ' '  ���'���'.')'.���;��� ��� .  100 yds.: Edna Nnylor, Phyllis Emerson, Diane Turlk, 12.r>  ..aocn.,...a...;.,...,............       ..,..;.......  Shot Piil; Kd tin Nnyloi\  Choryl Stanley, Phyllis Emer*  ,son, 20', 2',V",  CO yds: Klrston Jorgenson,  BUnn Nnylor, Phyllis 'Rmer��on.  8,1 NOOH, ,  IBroiid Jun'ip: KlrHton Jorgoiv  N��n  Thorbiirn. 13', 0",    .    , ,  '4x110  Relay j  SpllflroH,  Miih,*  iahl{N7"Snl)roNrn^nlwr^nfi'  NOCH,  tlllgh Jump: Bornadelle G'nnt,  Susan Butler, Klrslen Jorgon*  noil 4', 0",     ..., .  iBall Tlirow: Edn�� Nnylor,  Mary ScoM, Snmlr�� DouhIu'h,  Ifl7'( 8".  Aggregate winners on 7, 5,' 3  nnd l basis;    "     " ""  Jr,   GlrliH -Bcllndn  Glbh,   17  JUNIOR  BOYS  '   100 yds.:  Mike Clement, Pe-  tor   Yates,   Bob   Crosby,   11.8  MOOS,  220 yds:, Mike Clement, Godfrey ' Ito'binson,-   Peter   Yato.-i.-  ,24,8. kocs.  '..   ,       Z '������' V ','  ',. '..'���.  Broad Jump:  Mike Clement,'  Boh Crosby,  Peter Yates.  1.V,  10",.  440 yds,; Godfrey Robinson,  'Boh Crosby, liny 'Moscrip! 00,8  ��� sees, ''''",',  Shot Put; John Gibson, Steve ("  Mcpourl,   Miko   Clomont,   38\ i-  va";    ���;" '  ond ��� Jumps Mrston jorgon*    . Jj1 w nS&L ISoh ^"i  Choryl   Stanley,   Bonnie  '\���**' Woi*lber���� -s��P-t��ro��.- '*��,3  Triple Jump; John Khrnteew,  ~Trovor-OrnmrPotor,Cnroy,>��30V  OW,  Discus:   John   Gibson,   Brad  Doner, Godfrey Robinson, 1,05',  ���111 > : ���  M      ,  Mile Open; ''Barry Quarry,  Ken Sneddon, Dnvo Burritt, 5'  ml|i,, 1.7 sees,  l- f--.��� V* ,___*'/*_* ^--*",'  -jft_a---i  ��BS*."u��i,*^*-����A  be money-wise:  Ask for helpful hints on every phase of personal banking  at your incarby Royal Bank branch.  Money-saving hints, like; how our 2-Account Plan can help keep  your Savings Account safe from "nibbling"; how a Pergonal Chequing  Account (at lOfi-a-ohcquc) can save you money on payiijg bills j  xi)  jt ���*  l  r  $?&  r  , ^^ftw*u��iWM^i*it*^Wtei��ams*Mwirt'  how you can cut cosh substantially by borrowing  thc Royal tcmiplan wayl  Leaflets available; use your  Royal Bank servicca  to the fiilh  1^(*��ijt*ai3W(i*iH  "i ��w��it4(-M*��W��'  Mnny a innn Viyrho marrias a   ,...,., wlspof a girl ,|s,astonished at  ii)lH.|l.Son|(n;J^hjHu^^^R  ��� .....  Gjtwms Branch: R. D, Hopkins,.matwser  i*  :,;*'" Poge 14 The Sechelt Peninsulo Times, Wed,, Moy 19,1965  Round about the town  ���By Ed Green  WE HERE on this peninsula, being members of Mr.  Bennett's Dynamic Society are exhorted to think  big. We are now doing this to such an extent that we are  ready to give away our rapidly dwindling municipal assets to anybody who wants them anough to develop  them. In fact we are thinking so big that we have forgotten about a lot of little things that go to making up a  well-ordered society -and one of these, small though it  seems, is the ever controversial matter of an animal  pound; an amenity which we still lack.  Let   us   consider   what   this     ������  actually means. If you, or a gardens. More than one unfor-  tourist are driving along the tunate homeowner has seen his  highway in a new car and you summer work destroyed and  run into a wandering cow with his vegetable garden trampled  sufficient force to wreck your and ruined. Though furious  car, injure yourself and kill there was nothing they could  the cow. When you woke up in do. They were blandly informed  hospital you might feel entitled by the provincial police that if  to think you could collect from they wished to protect their  the owner of the defunct cow gardens they should fence them  for your injuries and a wreck- in. One man did that and* was  ed automobile. You would be looking forward to a bumper  wrong. It is the owner of the drop of Brussels sprouts when  cow who would do the collect-    the nags opened the gate, got  *r%  us* -^  V��v_     K   ^ 1 *50*_*^J**"*���_*%~*.jS^_> SSwiS_!_Si^jjJoS'*l'^fl'^��^i'*^AW  ,. y*A<  Adventuress visitor  LYING peacefully in the bay at Gibsons, this old hulk  Beached vessel  has long history  CONSIDERABLE interest was  aroused last week at Gibsons with the beaching of a  somewhat weather worn hulk  which despite appearances, has  many useful nautical miles a-  head of it yet.  Built in 1868 and named  "Maid .of Orleans" the vessel,  then a sailing ship, traded a-  mong the South Sea Islands.  She was later purchased by B-  C. interests renamed "Old  Maid II" and put into service  m the Arctic Among her subsequent duties was that of rum-  running, during which time she  was engaged m_ a number of  adventurous escapades,  The vessel was purchased in  has quite a history behind it. Originally named the   the early }9^s|by Gibson Bros.  -,    , v:J;._:,_     i.J=- v_  _:���_��� i_..���*^j i��.j'���_...��� :..*~   Who installed twin deisel eng-  ing���-from you.  If you think this is far fetched and��couldn't happen to you  it would be well to think again.  There are many of us here who  knew a hard working man in  Roberts Creek a few years ago  in and left nothing but the  place where the sprouts had  been.  No pound law nor yet a herd  law. ,As far as is known at  present horses and cattle can  still .run  at  large  and   cause  Maid of Orleans, she is to be renovated and put into  service as a shake, carrier.  Hospital Auxiliary...  Business luncheon  planned for June 18  ines. She was then utilized for  log towing out of Tahsis, on  the West Coast of Vancouver  Island, but was again sold in  the early 50's to a Canadian Fishing Company and used for  packing herring.  The old craft has been laid  up for about five years, her  usefullness is however, not. over. Following a general check  up, she is destined to go into  service as a shake carrier and  is now owned by Mr. Bob Sav-  happy about this for he could  now see where he was about to  make some money to justify  the sacrifices he and his; family  had made to own the truck. He  who finally managed to make    whatever   damage   they   care    TWENTY-ONE members attended the regular meeting  the last payment on a three-ton   & their owners are not respon- of tbe Sechelt Auxiliary to St. Mary's Hospital, held  truck.  He was  naturally  very,   sible. Why? You answer that.    on May 13 with Mrs. J. Redman in the chair.  Nobody else has been able to.       A    . ,        ...      ������������,,* ������ ��,�� ���  , ,  Perhaps    a    partial    answer       An informative- report on the �����'������'  might be found in the situation    Coordinating   Connelly &^  was given by Mrs. J. Redman.    next meeting.  It was mentioned that willing      ,May   Day   c^^on   booth  obtaining; in the Village of Sechelt. There has been a law on  was   driving   home   one   night    the books since the village was  Other opinions  from Editorial page-  when he noticed several horses  on the side of the road. They  were a hundred yards or so  ahead and seemed to be blinded 'by"'Ms''''headlig^ts"'"'''Su(_rden��''  ly, when he was almost upon  them, they turned and ran  right into the path of the truck.  The driver had no chance to  stop or even slow down, and he  incorporated that all dogs within the village must be licensed.  This is well and good but how  are -you going  to; enforce it?  There is no pound or pound-  keeper for the simple reason  that nobody wants the job and  if one could be found who did,  there is no money to pay him.  Nobody   wants   this   thankless  effects of these diseases: In  Toronto Hospital for the Insane,  for instance, 24 per-cent of the  male    patients    were    fatally  crashed into them  with disas- task when there is no hope of  trous results. Two 0%the horses getting paid. There are so few  were   killed   outright   and   an- incidents  involving horses  and  other had to  be destroyed la- cattle here today that even on  ter. The truck was wrecked and a fee basis it would be hard to  workers can turn their bills in workers are still needed, any-  to  Mrs.  Moscrip for materials one    wishing   to   donate   two  purchased for articles for the hours   to  this   project,   please  display    case.    Knitted    toys,    contact Mrs. C. Connor.   '   smauJoysand^game^^itaWe ^    ^f iigouin    requires  for pediatric patients and baby mQre           ^ ^             tQ __ stricken  ^           al         ^  nighties   are   needed   for   the ^ May Day ^^                   sis> one of ^ iater stages of  display case. .                       syphilis. And 26 per cent of all  Mrs. C. Connor, appointed as d ^ "b*S hand 3?    P^ents in the Montreal Gen-  chairman of aU voh.nteer^ $^>ff���Xl?��   �����? ����* ���' **�� >  Sj-SSrS %&*��*&��� ^^er m the year.       [-^^U^il^h  the driver badly injured as one  of the horses almost came  right through the windshield.  start May 17 to purchase items  for patients. This service will  be provided on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays by volunteers from all auxiliaries.  Anyone interested in donating  one day per month to this  work, please contact Mrs. A.  Redman, convener for the Sechelt group.  Mr$. C. McPermid thanked  all who contributed baking to  the   highly   successful   Instant  find anyone who would waste  their time with it. If every cent  collected for dog licences in  This man was driving" his Sechelt was turned over to a  truck along a provincial high- dog catcher it would amount to  way and paid a heavy license less than $50 per year and it  fee for that privilege. Those is hard to hire anybody for  horses were on the highway that figure even if it was all  and their owner paid no license    clear  profit.  for the privilege yet he obtain-      That is more or less the sit-    ���I%,   ...���.���,,   ed judgement against the truck   uation today.  The chances  of    Bake Sale   last month,  owner for the value of his hor-    trouble through it are remote '  ses. The court ruled that since but they exist and it is always  there was no pound law in ef- the unexpected that happens,  feet the horses had as much Municipal councils can do no-  right  on  the  highway   as, the    thing because they do not. have  that kind  of' money  to s,pend  and your best bet at preseint is  to,-: check : your collision insurance. However, like I said at  the start, we are members of  Smiler Bennett's Dynamic So-  araund a sharp bend in the Cjcty so it'is not too much to  road one dark night and ran In* expect the main dynamo In Vic*  to a horse, The animal bounced toria to hire a pound man arid  up on the hood of the car and give a little protection to us un-  , smashed the windshield and in til horses and cattle cease to which was raffled among the  addition to wrecking the hood,    exist on the peninsula.       ��� members at the meeting. An*  fenders and damaging the top  it also caused the car to run  into thc ditch and bring about  further damage, The taxi was,  of course, Insured and after a  cWcful Survey of thesituation  the Insurance company paid.  \Vhy? Because'again there was  no pound law,  At one time a hand of horses  roamed the highway, between  Wakefield and Gibsons. They  seemed to suddenly appear out  of nowhere nnd stamp Into anybody's yard and destroy, their  *��* next - me*^.-��vm���h&*TS&i!6$dmei set lip th���__out  held at the Hospital on June the nation and to educate the  10th at 2 p.m. A large attend- public in dealing*with the social  ance is hoped for as this is diseases virtually eliminated  the   last   meeting   before   the.   the problem; But the dramatic  summer holidays.  Buying a load of topsoil is  educational. It teaches that  while some things are, dirt  cheap, dirt isn't one of them.  rise in the number of venereal  disease victims in recent years  shows the campaign of public  education must be continued.  The aim of the league-inspired commission investigation  would   be   "to  deal   with   the  truck. The unfortunate trucker  had enough, sense to pack up  and get out with the little he  could salvage.  This is not an isolated case.  One of our taxi drivers came  Mrs. J. Redman reported  that the Mother's Day Tag Day  proved to be a good money raising endeavour.  Mrs. 6. Moscrip, convener,  started1 preparations for the  Business Luncheon to be hold  at the Hospital Cottage on  June 18th between 11:30 and 2  p.m, If the weather is poor it  will be held in the Canadian  Legion Hall.       V  Mrs. E. Messncr was thc  lucky winner of a , table cloth  There's a new gas that puts whole question of sex delin-  a rabbit in your tank���it's for quency, not only after It hap-  short hops, pens, but how to prevent it."  caii  A community newspaper's strongest  foundation is a list of steady sub-  scribers. Wo need YOUR support if we  arc to keep growing and to adequately  serve your area. Become a regular  reader now . . . you'll find it more convenient, you'll never miss an issue, and  you'll bo helping build your community!  Tr.ys1." ~.-.t n-ra-1 '������ ������-'��� t w ��� .���-.. :.'.���' ������". ";. ��������� ..�������������....... ������  NEED A CAR?  -.NEW_or_t!SE1L  *  TRY  Peninsula  ���  Motor Prod.  SECHELT, B.C.  Ph. B85-21 \ \  - Ted Farewell g��_k^i^^^^  ^^^.^^w*^,,^ *ZU<JZ  -^w^jf^. ���,���  -i��^_��-a^4*��M-pM_o_,-v'wr:'j ii J  Ji*   -J*.1)^   *fj.    ^ ifr"  ��� ���**��� ^V *���; tf * ^<-_> ,  The Sechelt Peninsulo Times, Wed., May 19, T965 Page 15  Practical students...  '��  ��ocatlonol program  of equal importance  TAXPAYERS of School Districti No.- 4JJ- were commended'  by.Chief Jnspecttor of School^, Mir,.W. D. Reid toir  approving the referendum which made the new additions to Gibsons Elementary School possible. {  Addressing 169  persons who "  consider that the students o��  today will be the ones helping,  to support -Wie-senior citizens:  of tomorrow, said-'Mr. Reid. ��  > Ceremonies commenced witw   _     Rev. J; H_ .Kellj^glvnig the in-5  Tbe science programs tinder, "vocation followed by children of;  IP   tiour   ��Mtrrif>i<ltim    ��q11<iu1   ��nv      flradfr     7,   cnncriner     Hint-    TnrH'e.  ���I     ff"tv  attended the official opening-  ceremonies - conducted in the  ultra-modern gymnasium, Mr.  -Reid warned taxpayers jto ex-  pec^ future referenda to equip  new, classrooms of the future.  Cl'-A -  Entertainment *  DELIGHTFUL enterlanunenlL was provided by .drama - TKTO-^TItllpH  club at the recent opening ceremony of Gibsons Ele-   ^^T^KW-SIWCU  CTient����y school* Hansel and Grete_��was presented, in   -f TW_��4#��t  two acts by the word perfect young actors, from the   al IJOriSIufl  Mt are Mrs. G. Madaaicn, producer^ Jaanita Cham-   wHEJ*Ra*lone Diane dive bom-  Gamp^H (G^telKToittlQaig (wtehr), Greg-Hague (Han- -recently, ifo-and M__. Gmmar  tsel) and Patsy Hictts-tfairy).^ .,   Gjertiia wondered if the Bept.  of Highways bad" decided to eliminate the*' fittfe .community  thereby removing' the necessity  ' of providing a road connection  to Egmont  ,. ���However   the, missile   which,  landed on their lawn' did not  .explode .on impact but it was  <��� with some trepfdafibn that Mr.  Gjerdin approached  the package wrapped iffi swathes o$ e&k  ectrical wire*. Curiosity forced*  him   to  take  his -life  in  his  hands'and-' oa* opening the lit-  " tie1 bomb he Ibuntf two innocent  looking horse* radish- roots beaming at him.  A few weeks ago two fishermen Mr. -forty Sehanika and*  Mr, Hans Sbcer of. Vancouver  while fishing in Narrows Arm  gTsunded1 their 6o_t on* the reef  off Boulder Island. Although the  propeller shaft was damaged  they made it to Doriston with  the help of a small Seagull  outboard;. Mr, Gjerdin hauled  thc boat out of the water and  found it was quite badly damaged.  It was while accepting the  hospitality of the Gjerdiris that  Mrs. Gjerdin mentioned that  she must get some horse radish roots. So ft' was that Harry  Sehanika while making a business trip lo Powell River decided to drop off tho roots, as  a surprise, so now Mrs. Gjerdin is growing flying horse radish in her garden.  the new curriculum called for  more practical work which  would require well-equipped laboratories where students could  reach scientific conclusions  through experiment, also more-  equipment would be necessary  for; vocational training.  The inspector advised par1  ents ��� to assess the ability of  mehr children. A_? students  could not gain entrance to* universities and the vocational  program is not inferior to the  academic one: Practical men  . and women are just as important as fiie university graduates, bearing this ia mind parents were urged not to" ibree a  practically inclined student into'  the academic stream.  Having visited many of the  schools in this district, the .inspector stated he was impressed with the buildings and  equipment which are most satisfactory. Future expansion is  indicated by the fact that there  are presently 198 pupils in  Grade 1 and 80 in grade 12;  without *hy further growth  tfie number o| ^students in  Girade 12 #ouJ_ Be inore than  doubled in 12tyearsJ      ;^ .  Tiiis Varea is most fortunate to  'have such Conscientious members on VJhe; scRooT'To^aia. said  Mr.- Reid, once again remind-  in? taxpayers that school- board  trustees receive no; remuneration for the time anct effort they  spend on school affairs.  Olider people cannot expect  school  tax  relief;   they  should  Grade 7^ sin_ingvthe\ Lord's-  Prayer with Nancy Harris as  soloist. I  Chairman of the Board oi  School Ifcustees* J. BC Borvath?  reminded those present that although- the provision of school:  buildings is- a formidable task,!  it is from the local halls of?  learning that the leaders ofrto*  morrow will- emerge;  School ��� Strperintettffen* Gor4  don' Johnson* _ongratulafed allj  who had a- share in: making the:  school additions;   possible.     , '  Further entertainment was*  provided by the students ot  Miss M. Sturdy andf Ihe dramas  club under the supervision o��  Mrs. G. MacMillen.' The stu-*  dents' two-act version of Han*1  set and Gretel was delightful-^  worried mother Juanita Cbam^  berlin caused much" amusement  mopping up the spilled miilcl  from the gleaming stage floors  and each kttie actor gave' a:  most polished performance.  a-  *  P  ti)t  zi  m>.  -A  NEED A CAR? |  SECHELT, B.C. V  Ph. 885-2111   - Ted Far-well  i"  Opening ceremony .  MR. G. A. COOPER, principal of Gibsons Elementary  School accepts the symbolic key from Chief Inspector of Schools, Mr. W. D. Reid. The dimensions of the  key would indicate that future additions are to be expected*; "'"   "".���'"'"'' "'"���'���     '''������; ���   __.  notes  ���By Mobel Wogmetiv  A bachelor is a man who has  .����-.��-������..._-.-..--.--��-..1...,.._n.r.1.irn.i..innnftnnnnnrin)ltum  WM^��M*^W*.^m*��iM.teN,^*M��Mi  Ktrocholn,  I.enoro Nygron and  (Jueunlc Bliig   UNFORfrtJNATE accident-Recent patient at St. Mary's      - -,  ... ��� ...... ���..��� ..���,  Hospital, Sechelt, was Colin Spencer, son of Mr. and to fix only ono breakfast be*  Mrs. Ron Spencer of Davis Bay, The accident occurred ^��rc h0 ��-***���-* work;  on Friday, May 14, at the EtyhfaTStone Secondary School We used e�� scttte our orob  Sports 0ay where he was accidentally struck by a d1���- icms over coffee and clgarets  ens, The best of recovery tO you Colin. Now thoy'ra our proWoms,- '  HOt-lDAY DANCE  A dance will be held at the  Wilson Creek Community Hall  on the evening of May 22, Pol*  losing the dnncc refreshments  will he iterved.  BRIDAL SHOWER  A social evening wna held,  May W, at tho home of Mr*  George Wagman whero Hitr*  bar�� Anne was guest of honor,  She plans to mnrry on May 22,  10M-'to. IfTr, Ednrd Chalsson of  New nmnnwlck. M��ny lovely  gIi(K were received nnd were  Ureal ly nppreclnlvd,  Those present, wero Miiy  F|��ldn, Dlnno Eborelo, Sechell;  Cbnnlo McDonald, Wilson  Cruel,; Kny Moore, Ph'yllln !,�����  mieux, I'earl Tywm, FrnncoN  Uel|Nr Mrs. Annie Drew and  those unnbl(!"to attend Were  Rflllli) forhi)��, Tliiy">t\\M\rSuhdl"  Itled,    flonnlu    Nelson,    Colin  TWlLIGHf THEiliIRE  ! GRttom ���. Plwnr 086-2827'   ;  Tucitfay, WcdnescrayrMay 18y 19  iONEtTARE THE $mm  Kirk Douglas  Thursday, Friday, Saturday, May 70,3D, 22  RHIKIO  COLOR  Sunday, May 23  MIDNIGHT HORROR SHOW  1      i        /  Tuoaday, Wednesday, May 25,2-5  PAIR OF BRIEFS  HILARIOUS COMEDY  ��� This free reminder of coming' events. Is- a service of  SECHELT   AGENCIES   LTD.   Phone'Sechelt   PenJnstila  Times direct for free listings,' specifying  "Dote Pad".  Please note that space is limited-and'some advanc* dates*  may have to wait, their turn; also that this is a "reminder" .  listing only and' cannot always carry full details,  Moy 2f>���2 p.m, Port Mellon Church basement, Hospital  Auxiliary plant salo,''  MayZO���2 p.m, Selma Park Community Hall, O.A.P.O.  meeting. ,..*���,  May 22���9, p,m','to\ 1  a.m, Wilson Creek Community  "'.;'..;���  HallijDance,   '(,;',.   ''.       ''"'  ;"',    ���'��� v- A.^-*,.}, a,- ,,.���.,  Mby 22^-8 pirn, Ugion Hall, Sechelt; crowning of Miss  Sechelt. Public Invited.    v  May 22���9 p;rh; to 12 am, Legion Hall, Sechelt. Teen  ������������ "Dance, "���*��� ; ' ;- ��� i ��� --������' ".  May 24���11 a.m,-9 p.m, Sechelt May Day Parade. Eh-  tertdlnrnent at Hack��tt Park,  ���  Ma/ 27���'7:30 p.m. Activity room Qbsons Elerrwntary  .SchooL Public Invited to special meeting of trustees  School District No. 46,  July 3���2'''to 4 p,m, Robert Cummings Gardens, Roberts"  Creek. O.E.S, Summer Tea.  SECHELT VILLAGE,  �� BEDROOM BASEMENT: HOME.       >  Automah'c oil heat. Built ins���All this for!!!   $11,900 ���:""  Harry Gregory 885-9392  >��if!Si^&*#i-t��il��W**��ifi*  fc_fr'_fc-'i_^^!"_U_'Wf^i*_*  ,w_fc_T_^^  MT AGENCIES LTD.  REALTY and INSURANCE  Wharf Road Phono 885-2161  >i(lilJi(WfW��ii��|.*l*��W*iMJ��* 4>  .1  i  'I  A"  ',1 i    I ,*      ��.^wt asp* j^s-iO' ��**5> *�� i ���/jSJ&wW-'-rs. .  Giving Away  at Surinyerest  Join the crowd ond  cosh in on the  fabulous monthly  $50 draw at the  Plaza  Todd's Drygoods  Children and  Infants Wear  Ladies' Sports  Wear  Sunnycrest  Motors  The Service Station  with everything for  the Motorist  Don's Shoe Store  A Complete Line  of Shoes for  the Entire Family  Kruse Drugs  NOW OPEN  On tho Sunnycrest  Plaza for your  Shopping Pleasure  SUMMER SANDALS  MEN'S ��� WOMEN'S AND  CHILDREN'S  ALL LEATHER - WOMEN'S ITALIAN SANDALS  Wedge and m  if$Uf_r   p��  _fi|ij_*  Flat Heels _ Jz.,1      -S��^3W5��^��S  CHILDREN'S STURDY SANDALS  Vulcanized or foam Soles,  White, Red Brown. Sizes 5-3    mm  Phone 886-2624  Ol  Gibsons, B.C.  &f out hw^low fit/ces  SUPERVALU  Buy Better  Save More  Charles English  Limited  Real Estate  and Insurance  Canada Choice   '. 1 ���-^ '  lb.  FRUIT DRINKS  Nabob,  ,',4jB!:.ox..;���i  'H^ISJtl-Ht.if ��* il  ���,   iMMKAaW"***^--**  Peanut Butter  '. . 89?  Supcr-Valu,  48 oz. ,,���,,.���.  -If *^^W^*��!'M*I*, *���* i  Watch Qur Flyers. For  Many�����.Other������Speciala  --SSj(��M*itf ttWwiW ^  UPER  _fc__l     mm *;1*;__'" __r  . z mml Jfe**K*i|?  W%|BIi��p/NEIif<  Iliiiiiiiltp  ^i,*rfiHM����w��s**Wi*Wli^  Syndicate  Don Matheson  Local Representative  D. G. Douglas  Variety & Paints  "Anything you want  ,we��have!L_  . 4>,J��WWW��w^*aMW.M������."  $50  YES! YOU MAY WIN FIFTY DOLLARS  $50  Cashing your FAMILY ALLOWANCE CHEQUE at any of the advertised Plaza Community Places of Business.  When you cash your cheque in one of fhese premises your name is placed ina barrel and the lucky, name is  drawn at the end ol each month. .."....:���.  i&^#mwm,&wtew��i#bJ?<$*#��*>>  -i-^-T-r-  Mf*l,f*l* <��.fmi,t*mt ���Wf��l)(��-^iM


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