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The Sechelt Peninsula Times Jun 30, 1965

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V?  -i  i/'a  8  *- y "it  1 f ^^ ^  ��r x^" ^vV** r^'ssss-i "^t^*tr.H^iL^^^ ' - -  Jim n- >     KSBb*m*w JRL~Mtvh^J* JHL-.JS-   ���    " fi m ���_&���  , -��� esS&m        Jr__.il ��M. ^_a ___ ���__.%��� __m__t m  .iffir -��BL��_a'^a- ��m. -,-  *s_i ��>      k   i >     Br*^__ffi'r ___   -Imffl��' ___i BSwB Mr*"" fflW^ KSH 1BBHSB <        iPiMKBi Wfi-1    wi  BBS BS9 ^ w If^)nri�� VAwy*. tSsmamimmm mSB      >  'ill I     ���. w * Seryina the^unshine Coast, (Howe Sound t^Jervis* Inlet), including Port Mellph, Hopkins Lending, (Sronthom's Landing, GibsonVRoberts Creek1,  ti* =>  i*,>"     v- Volume2, No. 28     /  M -   Wilson Creek; Selfoo Park, Sechelt, Holfmopn Boy, Secret CoVe/Pender Hcfrbpur; Modejro-Pdrlcj Klemdafe, Irvine's Landing; EorlCove, Egmont.^ 1WEDNE5DAY# JUNE-30/ 196S   tQC    '  s  Authorized os^ second class  ? w-mail   by- 'the   Post   Office,  -W      Deportment, Ottawa.,  111  II__^^MciriJbbori...  ii <'  -Tti,  I  f.  ***--  'I  n.  *1 "  ft:  is_I^^ SPECIAL schqol1 board me^ingiield in Gibsons  ���* w;*-* m June 23 N.'R. McKibbon strongly urged the school  board touse new replacement cost values fdr insurance  purposes and not to be misled by relatively minor prem-  I   M  w  W  ium savings  Mr. McKibbon was commenting on the recent appraisal of  buildings and equipment in the  Sechelt' School District, when  the firm Marshall & Stevens  (Can.) Ltd. had recommended  insurance coverage of $2,405,-  240, If the school board insured  for 90,per-cent of this value it  "would'mean a saving"hvcover-  as on practices that had proved'  of value iff providing -adequate  coverage when needed. -     %  With only four board members present.at the7meetirig.  Chairman Joe Horvath said  that no decision would be reached without the presence of  all   board.-members, and   it  Library sought  for centennial  WHILE no decision has  been  made on a_ centennial project  _��� x .,      seems probably that'a meeting  age ^E-|S37,284, - as buildings will beA held in the near future  and Vqifiphient are presently in- "witb a representative from  sured for $2,378,058.     ' . * %        Marshall & Stevens in attend-*  ; "It ns^ -sound, practice," said . jarice.       -"     i ~ {  MclKibbon, "to insure the full  amount of/rebuilding or replacing assets at today's cost, with  values increasing and insurance''limited to a 90 per cent  tnnimum. a J situation could develop where insurance falls below the 90��per cent"  The practice of deleting foundations and excavations insurable values depends on structural features. The frame  "school buildings are basically  unprotected risks resulting Ln  total, loss with damage to foundations being such that they too  are,a write off.   l~ *    ~  i It was after the Bowen Island  fire that > insurance policy was  amended to "read "not to ex*--  elude foundations.1' .This had  since proved a wise policy. Tho  new appraisal'excluded.foundations worth $116,698 for Elphinstone, Pender Harbour,  Gibsons annex and Madeira  Park aloes, If Elphinstone  was destroyed, by fire, it  is unlikely that a nsw building  would use the present piecemeal foundation as a new design would be used.  Mr. McKibbon concluded by  stating that he had based his  reasoning on past experience  in the school district as well  Lions ladies  LIONS were joined by their wives at the installation   _^ f^    *     night banquet June 26 and_had their own instaila-  for Sechelt,Ihe"committee wUl ~tion_tonca^Uj*J~ev��ntrThe,group includes new president  make  application for  the  40-    and three of ,the officers. From left, sitting, Past President Joan Cunningham and new President Arvella Benner.. Standing, Dorothy Hodway,. secretary, and Maureen Hall.treasurer.  cent per capita administrative  grant.  Committee Chairman M r s.  Ada Dawe is still most anxious  to receive suggestions for a  project which will benefit people of all ages in the community. The-most popular project  nt present is the building of a  library, but'JoF ttu��\ project to  be - eligible ^for/ "government  grants the land on which the  library .is, to be. built must be  owned by the village.  Mrs. Dawe pointed out at tbe  meeting that the library is now  occupying temporary accommodation, which they have been  very fortunate to obtain, but  once the present building is  sold, there is no alternative  building available.  Attending the meeting were  Mrs. Ada Dawe, village chairman; Mrs. Christine Johnson,  Mr. Morgan Thompson and  Miss E.  Ormrod.  14 day sentence  for impairmenl -  PREVIOUSLY before Magistrate Jchnston Saturday. June 19  charged with' a secend offence  of impaired driving, Leonard  Johnson of Sechelt was sentenced June^26 to -14 d*3sys jail  and susppaMled from driving  anywhere' in Canada. for two  yertrs.    _ -���  "���>%*��� -. \~ - - t''MWafiiah?'f-cRson-lSofi Egmont,--:*-  JP _ _*__JLA JS      _ _.r_��.J~-.-'__> _. * _.-_-: *~?~-__. ----24, found-to be consuming beer  fOlSteO.    OI1    COmmiSSlOn      * �� P^Hc place, namely his  car, on Highway 101, last Fri-  FIERY discussion followed a request that Council of   day night, was fined $50.  Gibsons assist'the recreation committee by a con-      23-year-old   William   McFad-  tribution toward the tiost of employing a swimming in  struotor for the district.       ���   Claims councillor-. -.  Gibsons  . ���*i_V**i  ^���t*-******* V  classes  ��r*��       ���*��-*      r*,*-'  Commissioner Fladager, recreation chairman, explained  thrt swimming -classes were  n:rmally sponsored by the  Kirsmen, assisted by the recreation grant which is no longer available. This year the  commission had agreed to take  it over and although they had  seme funds, more was required.  Asked how "the Kinsmen had  raised funds in the past for the  project,    Councillor    Fladager  replied;   "They  went  out  and  raised them." Councillor Fred  Feeney   then   asked   why   the  rccrea'ticn    commission    could  SPECIAL attraction at this year's July 1 Day in Gib-   not do the same. He was sup-  sons, will be the spectacular display by the Van-   P��rlc.d  ^   Ca"ndU.orl. Drum/  couver Sky Divers who will leave their plane at a height   ^"t.^lmE el ses had  of 5,000 feet, dropping to 2,000 feet before  releasing   ��nM ��^aBt4 wm-JS  .their chutes.    Gibsons Day,:.  "I  il    i M i      ��� 'ii  Spectacular display  big July 1 feature  given to a grant of $50.  OFFICIAL OPENING  Official opening' of the new  Municipal Hall is slated for  July 3. Clerk Charles Gooding  reported he had been notified  Minister of Municipal Affairs,  Dan Campbell would officially  open the building and would be  accompanied on the visit by his  wife.  Chairman   Alf   Ritchey   said  he was pleased to hear this and b dismissed against Russel Boyd  that be had heard many fav*    Jce   of   Sechelt.   The   incident  den of Sedhelt, involved in an  ���auto accident ^May 28, finally  appeared, before the magistrate -charged with driving  without due care and attention. '  ��His car had left the highway  when he failed to negotiate a  curve noar Gibsons, crossed a  car parking iiiamp and finally  came to rest against a hydro  pole. Found guilty, he was fined $50.  Charges of driving without  due  care  and   attention  were  crable    comments  minister.  about   the  EYESORE   COMPLAINT  Councillor Drummond reported he had received a number  ���see page 16  tcck place June 18 but case was  di.liycd due to a number of  witnesses  being involved  Defence tbat.,, fl car ahead of.  Jcs came to sudden stop causing tho collision was accepted  by Magistrate Johnston.  ia n* Hitmnw-rii' *,��b#> * ���  During the" drop they will carry colored flares which mark  the directions Of their decent.  This makes a particularly colorful spectnele in tho evoking  nflcr sunset.  ; Four Jumpers were previously slated but It is now expected to have six members of the  group. Plnnos are being arranged by Ken McKefflo and  Pnnny Wheeler has agreed lo  supply gfls nnd oil,  Disappointment has boon expressed duo to decision of tho  Lions Club not ty provide car*  ���ouscls-rthls ,**yonrf-" CommlttoO"'  Chairman Pave Hopkins W  plnlnccl, a number of Uohs  members would not bo available for tho day and that tho  club were already committed  for a thrco-day stint with the  carousels, nt Powell River  'flhortly, "Wo have bent ovor  backwards to occommodato  them," he Bftld, .vbiit.thoy do  hnyo certnln problems."  expected to add to the show,  will be on exhibition tennis  tournament, arranged by the  tennis club. Kinsman Gerry  Dixon liad suggested an exhibition baseball game but this  was considered to be a llltle  too late to arrange for this  year,  Apart from the priv.es already  announced for tho fishing der*  by, a number of hidden4 weight  prices have now been added  to the contest, one being 10  gallons of gnsj the others prob*'  ably' taking the form of gift  certificates, \       ,  Mrs. E. Shormnn of Port Mol*.  Ion and 'Times Editor Doug  Wheeler, A third has yet to o  finalised, '7 '  In winding up tho last meet*  Ing of tho committee, Mr, Hopkins expressed appreciation for  the way everyone had assisted  sion.  Denying this) Councillor, Find*  ager heatedly pointed out he  was not there to beg but that  ho felt swimming lessons were  important particularly considering the nature of tho district.  The councillor then moved a  grant of $100 be made to tho  recrcation commission for this  'purpose, tlio 'motion' being sec*  'ended, by Councillor Norm McKay nnd approved,  JULY  IM COMMITTEE  Request for a donation by,the  ��July��4_t:.Day*��CommlUoo��-also��  received Javorablo consideration following i comment by  Councillor McKay who explain*  cd this year's event would havo  mnny more attractions than In,  tho past. Councillor Drummond  was of the 'opinion the usual  grant of $25 should bo increns*  Another -feature- of  Intcrost.ho conoludod,  him, "'There Is little doubt we ed to $50 In order to assist In  .will have n .wonderful show, the roylvnl of what the cere*  With something for everyone,"   pionlcs-used to bo,  Approvni v was, unanimously  At Ole's Cove...  final dinner  LAST MEETING of Secheit Chamber of Commerce be-'  fore going into summer recess7 was held last week  at thc popular "Winning Post" dining room at Ole's  Coye. About 40 members and guests were present,     '  Agenda   of   the   meeting   In*   ���i��������������� ��� ������  eluded a  letter from  Gibsons  July 1st Day Committee asking  chamber   participation   in   tho  event, to which Mr, Joo Ben-'  ���rter'Thovedihe^chnmberput^ln-  a float.  Mr, John Hayes replied It depended on what was requested.  Ho felt It would bo unfair to  future   executives   should, the  present group commit itself to  regularly  putting a float  Into  tho parade,    R,  Normlngton  snld  U  wns  not unusual for  chambers  of  commerce to put ln floats. Ho  was   supported   by    Gibsons  president Ken McKefflo who1  said It was not the Job of the  chamber, while Socholt cham-1  ^ bcr chairmnn Ted Osborne ndd-;^  "Tdiris"* his *con teHi^tlio^iTriiP*"  her  ot  commerce  should   not  '^hav'o'.to do anything, simply eh-i  couargo others to do tho work.  Mr, McKefflo then oxplolncd  It wns not the Intent of tho letter that tho chamber put in a<  float but that It .encourage the  'merchants  to   participate,  JOB WEU DONE  President   Ted   Osborne   ex-  ��� ��� so* p��t(�� \t>  *t  *- >  J  .*  'I  ?  *  i  s  ir  %  \>  !���^����^"S����W^r^��^,*^**l��W**'*',**'��W*(  I  Vi T  Z4':'"  ���L.. ', ,   ��   i/i-    , **--U <W U^'/A,*  ,t.?,  J,        - <   '  *. ��   V     <   (* *���   * *  ^l  * "-  'ti  A"W- .  ���W���T  ;��� a��, '  j>cgg2     W^Fenbxs^ Trees    fWed.; Jmsa 30,196S,R^ gSTATg fOwlsisedJ KFOR SALE (Coniwiekl) tEOAl NOTICES       ixo i ,���- ^   v.  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Phone  883-  7994-28  AT___STK>X ladles wfeo ssscsaSd     _ie io tate casSers iiom year _     _ _ _      _    _  cS-jSe o?3*e5SfeessjeB_ n^ fee p-aei -xzessis assi sesgl-bpsES -br F_d- popegj^.   >yj��, s$7.3p@_' JRte_5;  feyctifecs^ici&ife-fBte. la- BkssSs tsrodsae_s7* _3ew_a _a- _*_>ag^;                           3��g&3S  A.cqEBpc^bss d��o?^��s_w3_B5!-J_r -��&s peqjaiJTedL S3S. 'per 1����___.   ������. .������'��� ,���_  c-^rt^sag arr^sied taadiisaf k_jp ftar fees- isfassaafio-i -*3_te Bess vL#*Krr a tvm ��   si-r��scir5 ���  vtwS-��-6-_v "Be*:itmc__i3d.JseKKe ��ffiT   Sss_H-_ J___asya"-'feis3es %!****���* ^���lXJU^'t1iU%J��ti  ca^py ��*?^a j-cf_cf fe-sj&Ks}*sd to  ca^reDar is ofes crjE^jscote <^ en  Jx%s% rcfe fc��- -&e a___K3s_|-'wctri  ***5*****-Tyg_L  '?M*ff*sjt***ffl[|'^rwi ffirtrT"1  'lOc-pesr. capy. Sic per Tnsra5fe ^G?y  ���' carrierl;- $5LOQ yoar, m odwnnce.  Casd   c#   Ibaiafcs, ��� ��>jgae^_wj��ga-v  lice.  ST. 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FOR  ROTOTILLING  ROY BOLDERSON/  Box 435, Sechelt, B.C  Phone 885-9530  7905-tfn  BABY Hermes typwriier/ good'  bay for studeaL  Phone 885-  9752-29  line; thence *���a^��V!&ttgv  line torpoint of tomam^eif^x^^  7857-tfa    aod^ooolaiBiBg: 1% acres, ieotc      or less, ior ^\<vuq*m*)&*��  campsite. v-T    e-*" l/; ���  BBUCE HENMXG ABBO  Dated Jlay M^lflfis/      * ,v-v^^  7354-rPub, June 9,16, 23? &, ^$  Sunshine Coast  Gospel Church  (Undenomiisctf-snoB   ���"  Sunday School 10 ojni  -t - Church Service ��� ;*-  11:15 o.m/ ""  PASTOR REV7S- CASSBLXS -  Selmo Park Comransttty |_s��f  LUTHERAN  CHURCH  Servicfis at l&pe'��f  Mr, frank Had,  Secheitj,  every other Sunday  nat 3:30 p.m.  Sunday School each  Sunday ot 11 cm,  . Semcw by R*r.  Pattof Jofca Ufmer  *-M*     ^***H;��S f-  PERSOHAL  ��� ;     JAY BEE USED ,."���  FURNITURE;,  .fhatiel. B$6-2346��� &b*6r&  Next to Ken's Perking  'Beer;batttes; We,;'bxj>-cr*d7:  seU. ;��� everything .i.Vv      ���  'sajn-tfn  ?'  WANTED  USED'  ccince:   lnopiry   tx&xs.  Phone 8Sf6-2S6t;.      '       '7095-28  SEtuce imsaetSate^y. jSfc&aiats  state age, qicali5ca_MH_i. '��fte.'  AppBy to "STbe AdjnJsastratar^ S5.'  ���Mary'-s Hospital,"Bsac'l3ie.' Se-  csbe3s, B.C.   , ��� '.. ���'   .��598*-J��,  BUILDING  CONTRACTOR  BUIL2>��SG ' oxrsaacaxxr.' altera-  ' tioos a speoatty aad ptomb-  ,ing.!;C!��_��act J. fl^saJter. W2-  1 JEoa Oneet. 8aSr4J7M.       9SS2-it6i  <P^-..���l-.|*���ll--.l.......    II,.,, ���        II ,.���1���������..,���.IIII-..,,. il, ��� I. .1 Mil���11,  REAL ESTATE  EWAKT McMyssi, Read 'Estate  ��� .���,aiKJ;'Ji_siara��ce, 'Fteoe 14��-  226B. ''Ee��. SS5-25S��, C*i��oas,  B.C.      ' ^ T86MCB  3 BEDBOOM. aoto. jjas lAtraa-  ''gSwoti   i,*��  *q.  ft. ila   Se-  (dselt. Open so <rffer_��� ...iiSS-SCas;  d^->ttetWi^\*to!WHhrtit*i&*��*b-  2 fv^EW SUBDIVISIONS  ��� W/HRONTtOIS  Earls Cove Subdiv.iion r��� bt-jooertt to Earls Cove  ferry terminal on the Sunshine Coast Highway.  ^#NlfiM<^^!tW^.ifc-Mlft'ttMC*MHte<  l��>��)S(W^I(i��MttW^.***��*W^f1^  "*j'*i**w*il*'Jl |A"A*w*,,*,"i *JI 1 if ^I.��*Birf# ��� ll^l ��� W''*M''l "II 1 O  AlSO ,7 LftKbt VltW Mo  Modeira Park Subdivision ���- overlooking Pender  Hcrt>our ond Gulf ��� 10% down ���* easy terms  on balance. Discount fpr cash.  FOR SALE BY OWNER  52,O0Oj  Piicoe ,SS5-S55B. ; SQ84-28  GISSCKKS---l&ttx 2 BB t��me on  tage tevei lot in H�� bay  area. Good terms with' hm  BP.' CaJ_ ,aUer 6 pjm. 885^659'.  ( 93S3-28  FOR RENT  SMAIJU .saodeau sSoj��, center  , of_ SedbeJt' Box 7377, SeeSwJt  , PensasHla. 'lines. 79SS_��q  CARS tmd TRUCKS  , ,3fiS5 AOST3K co?3����tib3f, good  eo*n��S&-sia.    'Hadio, .   -ttccoodi-  tioa_ed', eajgine. fHft. cash.  Plj,  ��8S^3Sa- ��� 7V96&-28  ����7, P01O, 2-daosr, V** aoto;,  ��� saatic^ paraoe ��33-3689.      '    ;  ."."..," ,:,'���"'".. !77*7i->-29!  .���,l^.'-,,V|X)ai>,..K.<wm'����1iW��  '��� i��oter,; JKfm ��� atiles,,; jn*_b,  ��ato. ; .ttttBB*,.,   icoce'  'eosiditioa.  , Besa ��fcr.' ��ft&-7il�� .after ��'p.m;  BUY  and  sa\-e  on  quantity���  Smoke fish and Cresh local fish  tfaly. Plam at James Wharf.  Setbtlt 885^3721,       .     7841-tfn  __JL  ���  WALT NYGREN Sales Ltd.  aw handling handguns, rifles, aod shotguns on consign,  meat. Phone SSS-9303, GihsonS,  B.C.         ^^     7858-ttn  DELUXE 40" GE ��tovc as  mv SlOO; Enlerprise oil heat-;  er, as new, S65. Applj- A��� E,  Reece, Bcacfa AVe.; Roberts  Creek. 938128  FOR SALE OR TRADE  WILL sen or trade on Admiral  frid��e >rttti   small   frveier/  ^00; box' stove $8. w*rit. one  section^spike harrows, pressure  cawncr,  50  Ih.   propttne   tank,  vsro^H;; wqwxPfkz'Wa ^\z.  ;"plate, freezer ,meit;bi;'V?\V.' M,'  Hoikin, pratt Rd��� ��.R   I, Glh*  sons, R,C7 7JXn.2a  ST. JOHN'S  UNITED CHURCH  Wilson Creek, R.C,  Sunday School���-9:45 a*n.  D��Vin�� Worship��� \ 1; } 5 a.m.  Led by M*�� H. E. ConnpbeJI  l   '  '��ncrpt oo 2nd &ur>do>' eoch  " month"  " Family Service^11; 15 ojti,  ���Divine Servroe---3:30 tun.;  Ud by Rev. W. M, Comtfsrt  O. SLADEV���*Modeiro Park, B.C.  Phone 883-2233 or phone North Voncowrwr  985-4934  **W*M.^��*~'"f'  SSW  Ft)RD  trstwik  -fpfene(|)''.H��''  ..._, .loo, .good kfT_Jbfca-��� ocw - paimt ���  jW��. ; casjJBae   crverbaufcd. ��� Top  eoBrfitaoat.: JBBS-2BS}''. after,, 5:^0  *"i pi*JG&i>**W*��t*^*-^*w ��*'_*'i WM  gQATS&ENGmES  .:iC* ' BOAT   with   ��toeri���� :������h  '" -\tn>H; ��� jeaod - ronditSoa. ��� Laatjia-''  art**., hull. $WM2St���     ���    7jecoK>  FOSt SAL��  BfTHa BAPTIST  CHURCH  isaiwr  SERVICES  Sunday ScHool ��� 10 <m����,  CNutxh Scrtlcs ��� |1*��$ ��,��.  Pmfer - Wc4������Aory 7*30 ^.m.  PASTOR  ..;".";!,'.:, RW.VA..WlLLjS  You arc liwitcj t6 ottctxl  ony or oo<h K4vk��  rumi in  ii ii 11 mill i  083.2.279  O.NE ,.Vq|UukwafieQ..ffar.ttop,car*  rier, SKI. On* Mooarrti space  w-��.��57., vtun  L_  '        .���������"     ���������'    ���      ������'        '!<���_'     ������������������������ ���'   J1   '   ���    ���       ���!      .���'���      :   '     "     '���'������1^    I    ���'.  The       /  Anfflican Cimrck  OF CANADA  Rector Rov, Jnnw K, I'Yrwmon, B^vUh,  l��hono t��H.1^?��),\  Sunday, July 4, 1965  C^URCrl OF HI& PRESGNCE-I^lroofs W  Communion 11:00 o,m,  :'   * :STr HILDA'SrStchoIr  -   *-    .   '"'':'  Evening Proyor���7;30 pm, 7  Canon ,W,,0, Slnplotoh olllclatlnfl **  "l"h*^,>wff *"**�� ��i*f l"^r**-��T*y.*��-r-(*f f^r** f***w*"**��f-->if**'*="��� '���A���  '' *"'���  ������*  s^>^li*>iiN����i''l��*�������iMl>��*fl*' V   "*"**'"lt "*   '���'       ***Hr**--*��*n  *,.��-.��  j-i-JL-jii *&���*   -*^"^  4*f**-r*/i-**��>��v- -**-Wr*~r-v w  -* *f* "'���-�� a.��� *-y*-^*-+   ^   -*,>J"WA.��,  *"    r   7  _sti*F-"*��.T*��-*&'��'*_-*^,_i_��   *l  -    -.��*tlW^*.*JM��    ^ j  .ft ..rtry^^tfi, JJ&     ?  7**   'tW'?'',*VvS    ��*n"?,TJ,,f'<��j; , ��|<"V **   > ^-w-w ^^^"^^w^^r^ptv-T-vw. *~**i    ~~   /  Wed., June 30,1965      Sechelt Peninsula Times     Page 3  Ti mes  BUSINESS DiRICTOfiY  L. & H. SWANSON LTD.  .Phone Sechelt 885-9669  KNOWN affectionately to thousands of boating people,  Mr. J. F. (Mac) MacDonald aboard his comfortable  houseboat Seaholm will soon be greeting old friends in  the lovely Princess Louisa Inlet which he has protected  for so many years.  World traveller . ��� .  Nevada mine strike  gives B.C. Parksite  ANYTIME now a .yacht will be seen leaving Pender  Harbour, towing in its wake a snug little house boat,  and once again the lone occupant "Mac"-MacDonald will  be-on his way home to Princess Louisa; Inlet  Mac describes Himself as a   ' '  "beach bum" who hates work  and it was this aversion that  gave him tbe impetus to make  a fortune which enabled him  to retire at 37 years of age.  Born in Seattle, Mac has travelled the world over and it  was during his wanderjng that  he found the inlet which he.  says is one of the most spectacular beauty spots in the world.  In 1927 the lovely property  at the head of Princess Louisa  Inlet became Mac's private do-  ntain when he received the  first Crown Grant from the  B.C. government. There he  built a sturdy log home and  with thc installation of a power plant off thc main falls he  enjoyed  the   comforts  of  city'  life.  For many years Mac was occupied building and maintaining floats, shore gangways and  outdoor fireplaces and trails  for the use of visiting yachtsmen. He considered himself  the custodian of this place of  indescribable beauty which he  says is a combination of Yose-  mite Valley, the fjords of Norway and many other places all  wrought into the background of  our conifer forests of the Pacific Northwest.  Loggers, trappers, fishermen,  yachtsmen and Indians were  all welcome to share the hospitality of the man who, unfettered by worldly care cast such  a spell of tranquility on visi  tors.  Eventually be was persuaded  to sell a section of his property to a fellow American and  Malibu Lodge was built which  now operates as -a holiday  camp for young people. His  own log house ��� was destroyed  by fire in 1940 and .he gave his  power plant tp the Community  Hall .at Pender Harbour.  Unable to maintain the floats t  and shore facilities and reluctant to see the property commercialized, Mr. MacDonald  decided to give bis property to  the perpetual public trust of  the Princess Louisa Inlet Society so that the boating public of. the Pacific Northwest  and the following generations  could enjoy the peace, and  beauty of the inlet.  Mas says that the society  which accepted the gift in 1953  has now returned the property  , to the B.C. government, so that  he has truly been custodian for  38 years. ���-  Mr. MacDonald - spends the,  winter in Acapulco but summertime will find him aboard  his houseboat Seaholm in the  inlet which the Indians called  Suivoolot (sunny and: warm)  and often he can be found entertaining the young guests at  Malibu with legends of the Sechelt Indians who once lived  in that area.  Sechelt social notes  .    -���With Your Neighbours  UM��W*i-*^V-,'fi*****$**'  FROM MANITOBA  -Guosts at Hlghcrott, the  home of Mr; and Mrs. TV Ivan  B, Smith are Mr. and Mrs. C,  C. Gorrlo of Brandon, Manitoba; Mr. and Mrs. H, W. Gor*,  ric of Vancouver; Mr, and  Mrs. Gordon Gprrio of Burnaby, and Mrs. J. Edmunds of  North Vancouver,       ���  Mr, Mid"v;Mrsr<li., C; Gorrlo  wore celebrating their 45th  wedding anniversary and so a  very nlco surprlso party was  given, Mrs, Smjth Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H, W.  tiorrio,7'V;  FROM  VANCOUVER  Mrs, Jack Griffiths with Kn*'  thlcrand^Ronnte-staying ���with"*  Mrs,   Griffith's   mother,   Mr��.  Teresa   Mulligan,   here   from  Vancouver,      ,  CIRCLE TOUR  Making the circle tour Crom  Vancouver Island to po\voU<Rl*  vor and Sechelt, by ferry; Mr.,  ,, *,..,. a nd ���"��������� M n<*~ V. �����>*������ Bcotb - ot -��� New  Westminster, guests: of,, Mr,;  nnd Mrs, T, Paftoh, Alw making  tho round trl-p,  fiuosts of  Mr. and Mrs, Parish, leaving  from Powell River, Mr,.and  Mrs, Art Townscnd of. Port  Moody.  GOING AWAY  The kindergarten class and  their mothers gave a very nice  going away party for Mrs. Jcs-  slo Hall, who is not coming  back for tho next term. Mrs.  Hall has been most popular  With tho small fry and they, will;  miss her, She received sever*  al nice gifts irom tho ; children.  GET TOGETHER  ,- Mrs,, Louise 'Lang,- entertain*  od tho teaching staff at an hv  * formal, got together after dorm ���  closing, , .'���,'..  DID FAREWELL  The,study group of St, John's  United Church of Wilson Creek,  entertained at tho homo of Miss  H. Campbell, to -bid farewell  to a very popular, member,  Mrs, J, D,, Ilortjo, who has.  heeri, on tho staff o( the Sechelt  ���elementary school and who will  not Ixj returning next term.  Switching tires from one position to another on the car prolongs tire life. Tire switching  saves tires by equalizing wear  and "exercising" the spare. By  switching,your tires every 5,000  miles and using thc spare you  can drive 25,000 miles and put  only 20,000 miles of wear on  each of the tires.  Scows ��� Logs  SECHELT TOWING  & SALVAGE LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving  & Log Towing  L. HIGGS  Phone 885-4425  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 Shoppirig'Centre  Gibsons.. 886-2481  Frank E. Decker  OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block  Gibsons  Every Wednesday  for-appointment  886-2166  General Sheet Metal  HEATING-DOMESTIC  COMMERCIAL - INDUSTRIAL  Phone 885-9606  TREE FALLING  TOPPING OR REMOVING  I    LOWER LIMBS FOR VIEW.  ,  , .   , ,, i ,,. . '.. .  ,  Insured work from Port Mellon  to Pender Harbour V  MARVEN VOLEW  Phone 886-9946  SALES ond 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  Phone 886-9890  Ladies hammer  way to prizes  LADIES sometimes boast that-  ���they could easily handle a1  man's job���and ttie Pacific ���  National Exhibition will give -  them a chance to prove it.  On Friday, August 27, at 1:30  p.m. in the Home Arts Building  on the PNE grounds, the gals  can take part in a Nail Driving  Contest, with a $10 first prize  _up for grabs.  Each of the 20 contestants  will be provided with a bam-.  , mer and a nail, and the object  of the competition is to see who ���  can pound the nail in a board -  most, quickly and most accura-  .���- tely.;-^'  It's  a fun contest, and ��� one  that always pleases the ladies.'  Entry fee is only 35 .cents, ��� and v  should be mailed to the Entry"  ...Department,   Pacific   National ���  ��� Exhibition, Exhibition Park,'  with an official entry form be- ���  fore August 12. l  ���'..... The entry forms and Home  Arts prize list booklets, can be  obtained by writing or phoning ���  the PNE office in Vancouver.  Pacific   National   Exhibition -  1965 features a salute to "Vancouver���City   ot   lights    and,  Flowers,"  rC  ERVICES  PORPOISE BAY  (Sechelt) J8-.C  Air Charter & Aircralt Mainteiai$e  ��^&{*$��ty^Mi-^-^W$.  Fishing  ' ��� '      ���  Hunting  Freight  Air Taxi  '^^^.Wi^*-s��iV**i***<^^  ',  I  commwm  st&mme^To^  Timber Cruising  Air Ambulance  i*-n��i*f ���** mi r*-*-*i--f**-f ���*-���. ^-**������ m*��a-T"*'(r4��",*"��*,i*i**''"W'"  ,,��,��,���,.,,.,.*,,���...�����**������ rr��'*r~, ii  PHW'O^ AND; BOOK FLIGHT ���',,  iiw^iiii^iipi|ii,W);l.,i,!lj;'M|Mpa,L!..|).!iv,fii^  X      I    _-  ��  7*       !l  - 5- 1  * *-.  Septic. Tanks and Drain Fields  PENINSULA      ,      ,  /  " Backhoe and Front End  Loader Work  BUILDING SUPPLY.  r  *  Screened Cement Gravel  * 'The House With A Heorf^        :  <*  Fill and Road Gravel,      "    ^  E. J." Coldwell, Proprietor  1,  * Phone 885-9666   ~  - Box 97 - Sechelt. B.C.'  ���.>  Box 172 - Sechelt                     v.  WAFER SURVEY  i>  ^      ,  Marine Supplies Service  SERVICES  "  GARDEN BAY    .  Complete Water System Service    -  BOATWORKS  : L. C. EMERSON  <-  H v   JA COMP4-ETE.LINE OF   -' *  .  Sechelt 885-9510   .  s  J   <           "t  - BOAT REPAtRS - -  " '  -   Insured Blasting  "    T  L Garden Bay,. B.C.  Phone 883-2366'  TINGLEYS   v  *  HI-HEAT  's  u>  (. Hkfy*  (flWi��WWhM4��*>IS*H*"K��  A ]..  futay&if^inin,* ���*��^t��*N^*^^r^l��^rv'���**f^1,"*,r'���*'''*,'"  ' *���  ,'    I I ,  I ,    .    I        |  J  ,    .     ���    , ..   ���,,..��,    *  '! la   ..',,���,������ J.-.- . + ';.  -      ��� ��<-sl*,*~W   *���       "(4, U  <������*'  it  7it!  BECHEajPENINSULA^WfiA  v  [     A .Score for  i       the Queen  (Ambrose Hills)  I WISH all Canadians could  . yhave heard Vincent Massey  the other night, speaking to the  Canadian Club, urging them to  give support to the crown.  Some have the idea that because of the cool reception at  Quebec, the crown is a. division  rather than unifying force. Not  so. Those who speak the GARBAGE and indiscriminate dumping of re-  French   language   and   know fuse jfr becoming a very prominent problem  J may be wrong, but 1 shall not be so wrong a* to fail to say-what I believe to be right. ���-Johk Atkins  ...w.-n. *   - Wednesday,June30,1965  ;  MepuFf the M&teirfteaEg  ~TYuecas    *    ,,,���,.* -..  >. ���by Vee LbbV  There's a "plant and a^inbu\ *  "identically named;    %   \\  As the Yucca" they're common*,"  ly known.       * /-< ��� j  Their Jnter-dependenc�� is clear*  ��� ly defined, ,* .'"  Neither one could exist long, '  alone.   ���      ,      ' ���Z ' ������  *  could npt be tolerated and the area was closed.  Though- tropical-looking," tha-  beautiful plant  1 not be tolerated ana tne area w^ w"��u. - -        . .-.,   ,  A large number of .people using.the pick-up Has proved to be quite a, world,}  ranger.  are by no.means wealthy, they do however have   ��  'a sense of responsibility and consider the small �� thnv^m J��; desert^tho  fee well worth the service they Wive. On the       pJmj <f ��* gjy  their lustory don't feel that way of late and although continually advertised .im the  at  all.  Then:  dispute  is  with _,      .      ... ^.   , , ,...,     *,_  governments,,  and   with   the Press�� the abominable practice shows little sign  ferms of confederation, certain- of abatement.  F^^nct^akinrCanaS ���      ^jrt*%!?^^_  would tell'you that that rights demonstrated Ireeently ,w*th the filthy pracUce  and privileges are safet under the usuaL types, of unloading their h.Qqsehokr-  the   crown than under  politi- fuse into "the refuse bin outside the H^dror-offi  cians- -On top of this, boxes of garbage have been stacked ���     ��        - '.m ��,���,!, ��;-���� ���� Anrf Mnw�� nf flnuor- th-t  In many wa^s.tbe^ueen and up around the bin. best> lt i****"** adequate until such tuna we And.pan.cles of flowers that  the royal famS symbolize our   P W , -.,..,.,. hava & district disposal system, TOm everyone        wait '    ,, ���  freedom under the l_w. They That this should" take place within* the bust- ^^ ��ave. to-pay Jnt one way and' another; and For the small Yucca moth;'aau  raise   ouu   sights?   above* the ness section,, is quite, incredible and* leads* tof sec- ^^n^ doubt those who object tQ> paying/now,        only this one-    7    * i .. *   -  bickering and squabbles of pet- ious consideration as to the mentality afvsamu ot w;u _o<ojdwtaQ.iileiUi.J&ta usftthe service. , Can. partner - the-, interallied: T  ~  _-S^-_v__RnSZ; thosewliowalkamongm.   < wU _g?_�� W��**��-���*��.*-��.      ft* - ; -_;_ ��� **?r? '  in que own. family units. THus?        We have a garbage pick-up operating* be.** ^js��, wiftirtunately/they, i^yv'get* saughfc Locab .^ beauteous i.*y*4U&t1Mw* >  the crown is a sort of lode-star tweeir West, Sechelt arid Wilson Creek at aro ex* peapfe* Have, wj^essedlthfr practice: from time- to*      ^ dtpm^ K     ,7 -   Kr. ���  ���tari2 ed by Village of Sechelt which makes, available will comewhea they wiU be witnessed -by, the. *    ^  Nations, must alwaysbe-^wary to the operator^ refuse dump. On the one oc- , police. Wheitthat time comes, rt,is to be-trusted And on nct plher ^,4^ -  or placing power above them, casion the dump was left open to the-puWlc, the therftriT weight ofrthe &w is brought tabear upon        sho Iay her.cggs*.  ���, .  The powet to- gav��3i_must al- usual morons* lacked* th& brains to" deposit, theijr, them. In- thfe meantime, it is the duty of every, Ea_h shan?s in the a^g. ^ -  ways be strictly limited. But in refuse omtne actualdump.%andproceeded'to-blppk. civic minded, individual to report such slovenly       ^^   .      - ^      -.   ;  that senM the crownrjas. no  fa    entrance way instead. Quite "naturally this acts, when, observed. l ^       ���  - .��  powers.  She. rules  ��a through luc CUUtUiW  wa-X "����-������� ^    ^ *��������/ ����� ^^ tjny moth fronrLa fl^,wet  ���> _^ ' ,   , tdces pollen,   " 'fj^AJni. ."  SIlSP ��� HH    P^IftMfWIlt Holds- it under her htad. firn> -  -    . *-     -       . ���       in place; "��� -,'.  \;'V--*  ���E* OF the- foremost aims-of the Chamber from Penticton. Andrthcn^onlk tb��?n; does.'S|wf>.  of Commerce is generally believed; to be      The, quotations* amounting to several hundred        ny lo another,  * 'i  the heart, with grace and" dign��  ty,  and she personalizes most  of  the  virtues   and  traditions   ^  that -have been'o-l1 value'to usi ^  Of   course   we,  have , been O'  luckg^ ifti the- >voijderful xtiialitj^  of the-myall *     "      "  that   luck  should', supnort. the; crOwni*in!;' . .   ..   . .  eveiy'warwe^can^ Ji^ wVii.* logical promottom Considenng members are; m  as llttle^tosfeacsfr^ businessmen* who. make j their living  ed ruler-t as ^sbavo^^  family,   wfe  would;  bor ^        ,   ,      "     ,     ^_  ,       .'.      _. ,   t.  ~ One* of the disadvantages- with- which the  local merchant has to content, is die close prox-  iibaii^;^]-^^^^ promotion of-trade and commerce within   dollars,, had. been obtained by a*member who*. Andilays bcr'egfivm.its.stjed**.  K^-ui v^SLithe-district; wl_^ case. .,'*-.     *  lucky people indeed.  Question of the" brochures had apparently ... .  L       il       _._.        _ ^   *��� i.'.Za A.-a ���ii! Tbw, done, instincts natlv sho,  ,been'broughtupr at an executive.meetmg and the       fakhf;,,v foliQws.  surprise pf members, at hearing-that prices, had u J,r^y.^ts'Z     .  bSobtdinedfromPentictonisLilyunderstood. Her wlsdoni ,s Nalur*6 tm*  . , m3*  Naturally, this would be very nice for. the. ,Shft;Wust; rtowr isrmu:,so   "  Ground Itesk  Jockeys  '  (-Toronto Star)  imity to Vancouver which, has little more to o& '"^^l^^^^^^^^^?^       crawls to its top^  fer than possibly armtiier more varied: choice-.  Certainly any, sayings made are well lost in. trav>-  elling' pxpenses, Unfortunately we; still"' Have a*  number of big spenders who prefer: to take, their  b;ACH. year about 1,200" .desk- money to* Vancouver. Irr most cases', they save  in^tbf^To^^ neither, do. they., help the: economyy ot  l^avy leave their' offices' and.the district inianyv way,, despite the fact they-make.  head. for. the nearost airfield to, thek living-here.  8Kfi3;rkLS��f Thisf"5^?*!=-b��r����fc-cmfi,,ed���?*���'  flying- hours   every   throe average, working man* In many cases** merchants-  months. .themselves are the , greatest offenders and the-  ;Tbe hill to the t*W*W for lengths "to< which�� they willlgo to avoid shopping,  this,'*proficloncy,-fl}(ing',' is,?on* locally is- quite-remarkably ':.>  sidorablo. It costs $fl,5. million.        _,..        4 4, ���_  annually to pay. the special bo, This. ia> not a practice one would expect  hMses,  be termed' assuch) but.it does., little, credit to the ABd trusts* pollfcn Into th* *���  Chamber that the- slightest-consideration should*      sii^ma. 'r"'   -' >:  have beqn contemplated: The situation; is, in fact,,  quite fantastic. ' ���    . The' ripenin_ seeds, are  tho  .  Had previous quotes been received locally        moth-larvae foodt  and they were way out then, one couild. have cx~ Wi,h -N-rcd-ble correlation  p^cted other, prices be obtained, from Vancouver.,Thcv eonsume but ono, third;  llhis was not.the-situation; however, and the whole       consuming; of all> v  ,  business, was carried out in.an> unusually quiet Wou,<i meaP m"tu*4'wttermint  maimer:' ' '    '       ation-      '      *  Objections \wm�� quickly wised- by a. few(*fo seeds.could develop with-  mempors; present who were assured'local tenders       out the moth's aW��� ' ; t,  would' be obtained! following'further discussion at K no- secdsrHihen no. plants  a later date. ���   ' "    'would ensue',        ���;'  /,' ,  Such blatant disregard for basic principles is No plants���then no' food for  the Yucca moth's young;  the   necessary,   ground, to emanate from- the Chamber of Qommearce,. yet extremely, difficult to comprehend. It would seem  crew and the cost of, maintain? many members experienced considerable surprise the member at fault badly requires a little infer- Clever, scheme���and fantastic* ,.  ing the aircraft. In addition, the ^3 disgust at the last meeting erf the, Sechelt .mation, as, to :the facilities existing in the district        -V lri,��*  *���Ia,L ^L* ����! S.��� Chamber to> hear that a, brochure was under conr in respect- to printing and any other businesses he ���  program cost $11.5 million, ._     ...          _, *_ . _ _   _              ���   _  Amthcso flight* roa^ly noce,, Slderatl0n a"d ^ Totes had bcca rccelve<l  sary    Many of tho officers who qua? ,           ,  ,                        rfPl_ift  ���respect-to printing  is unaware of.  ,  any othc^ businesses he  My dream  X dreamed a dream next Tucs-'  ify, foe   -profldency   flying-' , ��� *��*^k^^^^kp   ^^w ��� ^ ���^' '"  would nevcr.be called upon' to-, ... ,,KTr>��TA��'��T,IT*rx.., .. e .   a . . >" ��� .1     L ..   '  fly In combat In the event pt-AN. UNQUALIFIED lifetime-guaranteeot steady, the amount of unemployment caused bjt automa- l -howght my, eyes wero big  war or a full scale emergency.        .employment is being asked'of Toronto news- tion. For a century, and more, gloomstcra havo       P0** p!*?��.      ,  And tho aircraft which are re- papers by a committee representing 1,200 mem- been claiming that the advance pf machines has And   my.   noso   was   Stilto*  sorved for this kind of flying bers of four printing trades unions. It is apprehen- been reducing the total number of jobs. That is        cheese,  would be of marginal va^e for sion. of thc possiblo'^effects of automation of not true andfnever has been.. Gcorgp H. Hildc, Tlio clocli truck twenty min- '  any other purpose. pourae,, that, prompts,,the printers to attwnpfc tov brand, a professpr'pf, economics at Cornell Uni-       litcs 10 Mx "'       '     '  Metro Toronto, has a, sp^lalil^uy; bind employers, to. the status quo����� it versity, recently statco; that in the U.S. not more vvhcn u fr0��� L on mvknc0.  Jntcrcsfc  in   MB.AfnfW. At, h__. railwaymenj oil^fincry. wprk^v ^vedorca than. 300 000 jobs are displaced by labor-saving .2.^1?,!^ Z   Tu  annally'  ?lnc��^hfS^t'     * te>the Toronto ^casc thc newspaper;,, haw   over in that coJntry requires three million new ,llt ?\     ' Y    ..,���      .'.  truck last mm^,TM-m^ Mr7Hildebiiflnd went on to suggest that this  nro lioth a danger and' an> lrrl��. praWemt.}. thti untons-|ejecl. any,'.mQMMlgvQI ^-jw1 orbcess would be'better understood excent for tho  lotion to residents of tho area lines. The papers argufe that they should not be KSLv "i"^ ��t!:��  and should bd stopped.              obli;  I There may>,woUi bo rensaoa stitfl  why some' formerly .active fly^plui.  m'g officers shwlUn'Kc^p^lTineju''6ir voluntary' xosiRniation, And the m��j��hw s^an-urlr-n tbnt ����, nn MnanMnrr, w��,i jmrti��.,mA��f  hand in'^nintromoqdntroho^iBats at that point,       V ��� industries th^go^oxpandinfftdtal employment,  fleers, for instance, should bo ^^K^:4lndwtey where resistance ^^JSTZ^^^l^^T^  X���� nuL^rSa?^ tovndvancing technol* la. not a problems, m ���������2___^L^  pilots. Dut> tho> majority oO Ofl* i_fe��� At the mnchine rcriWclntr man hns been tho maro PCW��. flt.WOW Ml WW U,!>. today than tltoro  ing desk pilots, we suspect, nro g^ifm^SJ���^ TSo foke to Z were a hundrpd y/jjira agp. No, doubuhe same is  on to a good thing; and aro r*. Ser^S^ true hero ond,' m. addition, the per capiUt output  C^8M^ T '  yor has earned the cnvinblo possible: nor desirable;taie unions, looking at The liazardis that:pniinwwdhtngrefusal to  record for cutting! out nntteces- tho prablpm abjcctively^nRj striving^.agcommo*- compromise with automation wi|r slow or holt  mc.  ri*mm0m^m*mmmmMmmm****mm*m*M**m'.  a.,4,*Jj*^*W*����a��'��fctr*��.  flpry defence expenditures, He date Ihomsolvcs to chnijgo. Others, unfortunately    tcchnologicali lmprovcmont. U can bo taken, for   should taiw^iinrdiTOic^t'pror-i^cnd tiro  ^Brnntcd'thftrW^  z  flclcncy flying;  Unfprtnnatcly,,top/there Is exaggeration of   living standards, will take a djffcront attitude,  on D.C.'a Sunshine Coast!  ;;..;. ,.',.-.' bv..'VV.(.v.:,,..\7,\.  Sechelt Peninsula Timca Ltd.  JDox 381- Sccholt, p,C.   *  Sen'lngthearea from;  Port Mellon to tigmont  (Howe Soma to hrvl* Inlet)  Douglas O, Whaler, Editor  S, D.Attear^ Vtibllthtr  Subscription, Raton;  (In advance).  X Yew. S5 - 2 Years, S9  ' US, nnd Foreign ?5 JO  *mm*mmmmmmMmmmmmmimmmm#mmmmmi*+  ��� 4X:  miuia'Vfmm������mai Uwmmi  t*wM*mm*vmi*mm  ^iiwm��<m.^^^i^��r^t^m��*^9m>^ifmn��f^  tmtmtm , *- *-**K**rt^hs."     r   f/<>, *���-���*"* _a>*-  '��.  ft��J^***.^      fj    *���   ���_���_��-.-_!* ^-H**"*-***-  _*���*���*  *   r* -  Useful information*.;  Wed., June 30,1965      Sechelt Peninsufa Times      Page 5  X  Pacts diicl figuEes  in Gelt^nhMl Book  'AN lNFORMATiVE^booklet is^eing 'sent to'/all British  ^ ; Columbia, communities to assist in 4he preparation  .of centennial1 years '^stories during 1966 and, 2967.  r It is being issued by the Can-   "~; r*T~:  ladiari Confederation Centennial- ?year   and-the. Centenary   of  Commitee of'British Columbia ^ Confederation <<ihV year follow  3n ^co-operation > withl the <B.C:   ^ing there L^once again a grow-  ���Provincial Archives, under His * ing' interest* X * -  T-hfi directors'also point out  that a communis/ does not require to1be'_0'6r,1LC0 years old  td^have a> history :\Many youn-  ' ger communities Already have  a colorful land memorable past  Av danger*exists.that if this  is not recofded;;at this tune,  excellent sources -of material  will bo lost through the passing  of pioneers and theJ loss Of .records through fires'Or<otherfCa_.  i amities.  The  booklet also   makes  it  clear that such histories need  nat be written bys professional  _ writers. " - ,-.*/,  "Interested and capable writ-  title, "So You ^yant -Rewrite  ^Vour -Community's .History."  ;'The - Directors' of the Provincial Committee have noted in.  'the-V-ly-Teaf:^      <   v    ��� --"..���  ~ *'A "Centennial celebration inevitably arouses a keener interest and .awareness in history  tand it often becomes an ideal  ���time to write a local history.  f ^^This certainly was true in our  ^Province in 1958 when a very  '^considerable number  of local  histories ware published."  ,\ With'the 100th anniversary of  the union of the Colonies of  "Vancouver  Island  and  British  Columbia    approaching     next  ers, willing v to contribute time  and labour, are probably more  intimately concerned vdth Uieir  specific areas.",  How-to-doat outlines and probable' sources Of information  are -all suggested in -an easily-  understood manner..  1  <���.    t , froua moment  MP JACK-Davis aMOBreakwater* Chairman of Sechelt  Chamber of> Commerce Norm wVatson; -between them-  terminated ;a^ long <drawiM>ut battle -ior 'a -breakwater  ��and vhave good reason to look .pleased with themselves  .as they survey the location of the ^project. Selma Paris  4s in-the-background and on the'-left-a droller whieli wiE  have its berthing problems solved next year.  + �� i  eW5 an  ���mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmwmmmmmmmwmmmmmmmmmmmMMmmmmaimm  lewd  oi your business leaders  T'  ChamSdwCenfre I I  Wilson Creek  Dealer* for P.M. Canodlen - McCulloch -  Homelite - Pioneer ond Stihl Chain Sows.  ��� COMPLETE STOCK OF ALL MODELS  Ports ond Repair Service  ���   Telephone 885-9626 * ~ *  II "'-If"  1! WHY should py slop al j 1  i . .-. i i  Your Peninsula Centre  for furniture, Appliances  f      > .        Sales ond Service  Welder's T.V. & Radio ltd.  Sechelt, B.C. Phone 885-9777  '  I -       '  mmmwmmmmtmmwnrm  ��mmmmmmmmmm*mm4mmmmtmmmmmmmm  - II  i  wmmmm~mmmmm-m*mtm-mm-mmmmmmmm  SHOE STI��E  Sechelt- S.C. -PBi.-SS5-9519  /YOUR FAttfLY^STdRE  STYLE SERVICE AND QUALITY  1  \  A '  WMmrmmmmm&mmmi  ��� No high pressure - Relaxed atmosphere  j j GIBSONS  RESIDENTS   i  ��� Most items lower than city prices              j j Calls now taken for Ad-briefs i  j I and Messages 4ot The Times j  | I af ihe   Coin   Dry   Cleaners,  j  | j Sunnycrest Ploxa       1��hdne 886-2231 'I  I  * We service what we sell  ir Established for 12 years  *m*mmmmmmmMmmmmm*mm  mm  Shell Oil Bistrifcutor  j  *-Largest selection on the Peninsula in: j fi"  Furniture. Appliances - TV's - Stereos^*  j   *  Radios-Clocks - etc. -etc. ,]  *mmmwmmmmrm**m*mmmmmmmmmmmwmm\mm'm\  r  !     |  GIBSONS, B.C.  Phone 886-2133  Your Dealer for:  G.E. - ^FftjEETWOOD - TYNAN -  SPEED QUEEN - WESTINGHOUSE -   ; >|    _____ '_  i  mitmmmmwmmm  I  I *ty|MW*��*#*W!*tt *���;<*'***��� l|  ZENITH TV, Etc.  II  LtMtTED  Heating ���& Suooiies  FREE -ESTIMATES  i  Super Kemtone  Sherwin W/Wiam Paints  Phone $86-9533  J  '!  iy  Bcicsiier s  $��chefift,'B.C  II  Phone 8SS-9777  ,�� ,  "ii  |,^t,W^-^'|(����f***T-*H[F'  tenner Ems  FliRNITURE AND PAINT  I ��� STORE-   ���  NEW CHESTERFIELD SUITES  NEW AND USED EVERYTHING  COME IN AND BROWSE  SECHELT  Phono 885-205B 7  k'W�� 4____f_____0___  r ���-^���r-, -*t~. .--- ;-*.-, ;���~ �� <fi M&ufim <Manu}at\vmr MUil  ToBwStaiQB-ftJFietilBi.^ Have fun    . ' I 'I  c / 1 , 1.. , 1,1.11.  .'��oaeissiib _3oot  ���,WMp^_N-����>M Jp^*fw>"l',,t -'*���*��*"�������<-��������*���   ���>   i W*1,Mlr^*!i*-iwtff v* *����*��*����� ��t*r-ll*��t��WS*��*s't)H��  Have fun  Jin ihe sun    , ,.  ,  with our summer     !*  The foreitiost 'Ganadlan      f  aatirig .AAanufaritoi^r Ml  5AVE YOU MONEY on  l(**it��HH*��.it(*t'S**  '-"' '�����_'  ��i��w'��-��-*v ir'^w ^  _U��aj^_w,   il j| iiMtyiMjtt mXy&.fy mt ">,JL AJlJ*TV  )H ������*)* *l**f�� i*itf *T*M"  _  ill,,,' ,,',,,,  Mened ZraJm  Ion  OIL WURNftOES  OIL FIRED-BOILEUti  ELECTRICWATER-HEATERS  ELECTRIC RANGES  PREFABRICATED CHIMNEYS  ;. f. >aa'ZZ''  laiiiii^inM^M"^  11" I  WPP .  ���    ���     Conveniently locotad ocvoss ^rom 7  , ,j      Kert'n Lucky'p^Hai Sloro  -IV  1'  i  1  DEAL DIRECT WITH THE FACTORY  CALL DIRECT  H. Striddand 883-2643  '   No 'Ptwmont Until October  ' I  \      .      <   I       1   li I ;  ��� i   , z )  I  \   I  1    I I  1     l'  * I*.** ��* T t^*��rt -��|(*M*1*i*" *-��!*ri '1 -"��������-*'���  4    t      I  0MMWM<*M��-ii-*��Mk ^>��W-��-WH*' ��WMWt*��*>***l**��-**��H*** m*  0mmt, f  ,! /(  ,    f w*����*^|    |f(   4tl   ^*��    ��^    -."*t ���*��*!,,  i-l* *^    4*lJ��t,*ifc   ��   J   >��,.,  ^ (H   ^ A  iwii>ir>>��i ii.>.��Jww  ^��"(V#-f �����**���*��*���*.���**  ��, ii (��J!��*. ah**., t 1  r-tW  j - -,  *.-t<  Page 6      Sechefr Peninsulo Times     Wed., June 30, 196S  ' yi v %u^Za  Ottawa report  ���The Times' Ottawa Bureau  MAURICE Sauve is the Liberal member of parliament  for lies de la Madeleine. He is forestry minister in  the Pearson cabinet.. He is also a man, it seems, who  wants very badly to be Prime Minister of Canada some  day.    He may well succeed/ especially if he can. curb his impatience, and divert his enormous  energies towards making  friends, rather than enemies.  It may seem strange that this  key advisors. His methods are  not so .universally acceptable.  Sauve is accused of towering  personal ambition. He is said  to trust no one. He is blamed  for  scheming  against  possible  young man of 41, only a few   competitors in his own party,  for nursng a spirit of revenge,  for covert acts aimed at eliminating enemies.  "He is" a "machine-.politician,"  grumbled one Quebec Liberal.  "He wants to kick out the old  guard and bring in a new guard  which would soon become an  old guard itself. We don't want  any guard at all. We just want  a democratic organization.,���  Said another: "If mOst of the  Quebec caucus members are  hostile to Sauve, that's a point  in his favor."  Sauve's personal standing has  risen and fallen mainly on the  question of the Quebec leader-  years on the political scene,  should even be considered as a  future prime ministerial candidate.  That is part of the Sauve mystery. His combination of energy, arrogance", and intelligence  has attracted a great deal of  attention. He is recognized even by the ''Opposition, "as a man  who could go places.  Sauve is not a man to create  indifference. He inspires sparks  around him. What makes Mau-  ' rice run has become at least as  frequent a coffee break topic as  'what makes John Diefenbaker  stay/  People are either for,Sauve,    ship of the federal Liberals  "or against"Wm7''H'e!is admired-*     rr,u "- ~* '---��--  and detested, lauded and resented, courted and feared.  There is a strange potential in  him. He will never be a minor  actor on the political stage. He  will either. go., to, the. top, or ,  quit.  Sauve literally came out of  nowhere. He is an economist,  a graduate of the University of  Montreal,'a Ph.d. who studied  at the London School of Economics and the University of  Paris.,, :.��..,  He was little known when he  won election to the House of  Commons in 1962.. At that time  he was given, or took a great  deal of credit for the 1960 victory of Quebec Premier Lesage  over the old Duplessis machine.  When the Liberals, won the  election in 1963, Prime Minister  Pearson offered Sauvie a parliamentary secretaryship. He refused. He wanted a cabinet post  or nothing.  For, a year he had to be content with nothing^ But he was  not denied for long. In Febru*  n    in     v   lx          1 Brownies progress  Zntt 08Cli8ll DaCK BROWNIES of the 2nd Sechelt Brownie Pack proudly  _-.   _ i       *ri display their golden bar awards for which they have  rrair��C finlflPn T_ar worked hard during the year. Front row, from left,  y alllb UU1UC11 DCU Sucsan Edmunds, Ruth Dick, Christone Gonzales, Dons  iMMACLATE little brownies of Paul,  Debbie Campbell  and Shirley Hansen,  Second  the 2nd Sechelt Pack gather-,^r0Wj Yvonne?;;Louiei( Linda Grant, Shirley, Rivers' and  . ^Qnly. Lucien Cardin,_now..pub?,;  lie works minister, - and Sauve  remain as possible ^contenders.  For the moment, Favreau is  the Quebec leader, and Sauve's  stock is low.. Quebec Liberals  react angrily against what they  feel is Sauve's ambition, and  his attempts to destroy opponents.  In the  meantime  Cardin is  rising to a position of more importance,   but  Sauve   remains  confident. Favreau, whose usefulness is diriiirished) will eventually go. Sauve may make it  then. He has the  ear of tbe  prime minister. He retains the  confidence of many of the new  provincial leaders in Quebec.  Sauve has more energy, more  ambition,   and   quite   possibly,  more talent than all the other  Quebec ministers combined. He  is  considered  a  reformer,   he  has many friends outside the  ary 1964, he w;ast brought into    party, and he is working hard,  the cabinet as minister of fores-       At the moment he has almost  try,  taking  over  responsibility    no   popular   base  in  his   own  also   for   several   agricultural    party. But that could change,  programs of particular import- i He  is  a  willing  speechmakar  ance to eastern Canada.  He has been an exceedingly  busy man since then. His vision is not limited by his depart m e nt a 1  responsibilitiesi  anywhere in Canada, fluent in  bothi languages. He is capable,  confident, even arrogant in the  House where he says no more  than  is   absolutely   necessary.  which he apparently perforins    Sauve's   future  hinges, largely  -...���_ ._j .��-^_._i..v. on himself, How far can a m,an  go without a popular base?  How far can a politician go  without trusting anyone? How  long can a party man last who  believes that ho must knife his  colleagues before they knife  him?    ������   ��� ������ ,' :.'������  Sauve is an intelligent and  ambitious man. He must be  asking himself these questions.  The answers he comes up with  may very well determine who*  easily and effectively,  Sauve aims at large objectives, His, steady purpose has  been to .reform the Liberal  party in Quebec, to articulate  a> new Canadian federal structure based on federal-provincial co-operation, and to formulate a social and economic po*  Jicy within that structure which  will raise standards of living  and eliminate poverty.  His views on these matters  year.  Father a Duniop -and * Sister  Juliette were present to watch  each little girl step on golden  ground to receive her award  from District Commissioner  Harriet Newton.  Following the ceremony, Sister Juliette was led into the  fairy ring to receive a gift from  the pack in appreciation of all  the ^care she bad. taken during  the Tyear, making sure that uniforms were * always neat and  the girls ready for their meetings.  Father Duniop showed very  fine colored slides of the recent  trip to Peace Arch ceremony  and the Sechelt May Day celebrations which evoked many  delighted comments from the.  little girls. 7  Fall Fair vlans  making progress  AT THE recent Sunshine Coast  Fall Fair meeting jt wqs the  wish of the committee that any-,  one holding a yearly cup please  contact the" Secretary Mrs. G,  Clarke, 886-7719. , V77..;"' 7 '  The Fair is progressing rapidly as time is drawn near.  How docs your garden grow?  The qrgEnization help is very  gratifying and most everything  is looked sifter now, except  the concession and more help  is needed fpr this.  Fairy Godmother Mildred Chambers, Father Duniop and  Sister Juliette of;^hefi Sechelt Residential School.     h   ,  M,      ��� ������ --������������ - ���- - ;��� -  '   '   ��� ���-      ' '������i - -.....���������.���*--*��������� ������-���-������������- ������"���* ���  Around the Village  MR. AND MRS. R. It. Lizee  and family are spending some  time in Vancouver while Mr.  Lizee Studies idi his commercial pilot's licence; They will  return to Sechelt in the fall  when Mr. Lizee will resume his  teaching duties at the Residential School. >  Mr. and Mrs. Dick Branca  and Johnny are holidaying in  Jasper and Banff.  Mr. and Mrs. E. Montgomery  and Carl have left for a week's  camping holiday;which will include a visit to friends in Alberta." ': ':��� ������'���"-7?p ;-:;   ,;,:,77'7 '  Mrs. Randy Page Mil soon  be returning from a two week  visit with her nictber arid family in Blaine, Wash.  Mr.' and   Mrs.   Ben   Frigon  are spending this week on holi-  , day at Prince Goorgfl,   Rev, arid Mrs. J a triesFergusson have left for a well de-  , served, Vacation which \vlll include a visit to Mr, Fergus-  son's parents in Winnipeg and  12 days spent in the Barbados,  West Indies. They vylll bo re*  4ur^ing ,to Sechdlt July 29.,  A  real  western  style   birthday  party  was held to  celeb-  rate the eighth birthday of Jcri  Fair ..Entry._ Books,���are_now..,.Mullen,  daughtcruof_ Mr,... and  Sigouin and his sister Janice.  An unsual find during digging of a well at West Sechett  by the McCourts, was the unearthing at a depth of eight  foot of a number of clam  shells.  available, look for them at your  local merchants or contact  secretary,  The first Os��hawa*bulIt car, a  McLaugWin-Buiek,    was    produced in 1908. Nearly 5,000,000  are close to Mr, Pearson's and 'their or not, he eyiprv becomes,   oars and; truckij have ,bccn built Vw^  to those of the priirio ininister'i    Prime Minister ot Canada.    ,    there since by General Motors,    nebcrg, Donlso Frigon, Edward  Mrs. Pat Mullen. The party  featured weinor ronut and a  colorful cake decorated In wen*  tern themo which delighted  young guests Debbie Hall, Ka*  thy and Debbie Campbell, Scott  and Craig Rodway, Lori Rod*  Agents for  HOftiELITE  Mcculloch  p.m. canadien  STIHL  PIONEER  Cham  Saws  and  JACOB5EN  Rotary Mowers  Part & Accessories  at your  CHAIN SAW  CEHTR|  Wilson Creek; B.C.  Phone 885-9626  S!  I  COME OUT AND JOIN IN THE CELEBRATI  SKYDIVERS ��� PIPE BAND    FAMOUS STEEL RAND  REFRESHMENTS--BINGO--PRIZES--DANCING 9:30 a.m.-8]30 p.m  MI,M K.,.ytOW ��MWI��* ������* I-***'"'  J*��fr~*rn�� ���#   W^#ayft��-w����'WHfrMll���W��l  ,v,ui.*.*Ui***^i/inJ^^ hmw  ^present a VerV Welcome chemie,to the-hint*ZnF$mafn   f?*s' ?hil.an<i Julia.�� r���Ceived   . Laura Ingalls Wilder tells in    suitable assignment for a %  4W*^VpSen1 Ml ^^^iffi^ffi&^SiS   R^a$fs DaV g^.one,bour. ^'serieS of stories tbe tale of   tore author and one that realfe;  -B3K^f5^e?to��MTS ^kLJ^^^^Z^ >e^��  ^me  when- wife.Lucy   her famUy's wanderings in'the    succeeded. '   {<  a��*��� g0?S*_   ��...me ;**WMU�� project, clearing,  presented1 him^ with   a   baby , days when the west was beine ,     >  ..       '  Of'five acres ofc the RmtHers M^mArinl Parlr QC^��l-_*i^    ^��,.��i,t^   i_�����   ,�����.��* /a -aays wniae.wes   wasoemg,      7        \ J -.    ��  *'*v.  i    v.  &��****  Mary <s   qpened up.  June-19, *   > *' J ,  *are bath*     '"ie keroine of the stories is  SiTweulnd f am" informed' r* S*1 calJed' *?��**, *ho wi^   P^?11 may bo obtained, fi1^ * '  > that Joe' jg the proudest father' her Parents and her three sis-", your local St John Ambulance^     ��     ���   ���  in the Eender.Harbour district. ' *<fs> moves from Wisconsin, to> >,tbe Red Cross or^in parrfpWefsS, - ^       >,  0 ; "  ^ -   ' j ��� the   terntones,   back- to*' (the ���>*. from locaPor^provinciat Jiealthf ,-  * (      ->.  ��� INHOSPITAL^  >    *~    * >A   east, and west again as'the,   departments.',   '       ;    -   V?-    ��� ���-    -"*  BIO HE1.P7  Instruction j sittv artificials res*.  irati  your  f-(J  y   i  __j.��  i#a-��. rv...i~~   * -& tliisSwriting Mil.-George-  * 4 =~I Z~^  ���by,John- Duniop  ;Vaugl^ ^ ittr __spitai with a ffiflMflnnfliW^  YUf, DR. Gillespie, was finally tracked down. Home, slight iflnessf'lam inclined^  * T Sweet Home���It took 33 days and three hours to con** J^eyeete-Mrsi^Vaughan^  vince the hospital authorities and Dr. Hectof dillespic?' 5Sf"S^2Sw^  that they cduld get along quite well without me and �� %l'ItoTSSJ^SSS  W^ disciwged from Vancouver General Hpspi- B_i��J&, ��8B��^  tal andheaded for home-on June 16.       *�� other 'past?" inmates fronr^E?  On leaving &e ferry at Wng-    - r"!     ~;     ;        *���:; "tnont, h^sdecidedTtOitry. it*for *  ,dale iMvaslikeentering a nevt   the /boating .fraternity,, who .use herself. ��� Hope/ you* "haws ^7  world* The weather was sunny:    your   brochure  instead" of   a speedy "recovery, Mrs: Vaugtknv *���  and, warm,, a perfect day for    chart After all,.if it is'authori- and/%atcb< ftose-vsofetbofled^  .driving^ and not too mocb'traf*   zed by our provincial govern-' eggs.^Tbey cattgetf to,,bea-na:  VsiwV'took'H'slow and easy    ment they i^son it must be bit^    VJ. ^fe'. ' V.'-"  coming up the Wghway arid en-    correct.   Besides,, teal, charts ?AgA;  t r"\' h a-'IaZ i -v*���  ''.iMWJ^^.^p^,    cost moneys This is^not as fun* t^e^^>";;;  ^ ���  who, have a choice, rwiU live in    was itsounds. ThisTwriter^has       ���     ^,      aZZ^aZ ,*     l  tbe city vvith all oflts.iioise,    personal,knowledge of one par-       Canada's FoodrGuide rocom-  j^fts^s^lF^ind^s^eV^e-^^     ty who sailed * 22-foot cruisar mends   that   the   daily   menu  ing crowds who always seem to    for two weeks- in.the Strait of should^ include one serving of  be in, a.mad rush to go no-    Georgia area*and did all of his whole gtaih1 cereal and'breadj  where/"and tKe'incSredsingly con-    navigating*by means of an oil with butter or*,fortified.margarT  ��� gested traffic conditions, is be-*-   company service-station^ map. ine. ,     s\ ���^ .^k ���>*" >.  ��.^.  , yond my comprehensioo. It took;    He arrived safely home alsd. ~  49 years, for Lilys and I to wise      Another^ instance was that ot  , up��to the-fact that country life    a   fair-sized. Chris-Craft   with  Your fypewriferi cleaned, oiled; adjusted; and new  ribbon installed for only $9.95 when you bring it  to The Tiniesl (Mechanical repairior parts are extKr .  ���-yoifcwill be advised of any extra cost1 before any7  ' work is done unless we are instructed to contrary^  Adding Machine Service at same rates and con-  ��� ainons.>       ,     *     t        1 s^  Ktt   j^. ,  M j      7      v '  1MB WMBS   SECHELT - PHONE 885-96S4  ?linOBBlBBOB-MnJWUW*J^^  Ion: ,       f gassing urthtjT asliedli \yJtero 1 Ct  ���   -Stopi-ed'off, at Bill and'Msr-   tn^coal#porcliase-,il<iiiorf-a|ttl^  , ion Udell's 'Ruby Lake Dining    as  they' were 'heading Mrttf.  fywm'��for dinner and I thor* they were told (to ktop It ^esti  ; oughly enjoyed, a big plate of view. They had nevejj ijeard 9J  ham,vn cgfis. with all tho trim' Westview and.as^ced^o^^Oget  '. mings, After 33 days of 'soft" there. I'told them' td get theh}  \ boiled eggs* this was really r -u~* ~"i* *" ���w-'�����'l-**��- ll���**������>  ��� ���feast' (o. set before tho gods,  ;c  n chart and t'would',lb6inV ii^ut '  ,������).  3/ to  them.  Trtoy'.'dfdf' not havo,    ;>���  I.    '' ��� ��'7SfaWi^tnart had looked for-' a chart onvthe .vessel', jibuldht   * t  \��'y", ai*,-/}' ww,i6''v/ltti^��5"gfoiit ��� deal J of' havo cared Jess, oh<^ departed'    ���* .*"  |->^iw ^V^VPW��i|l>��itlon. I hav^s simple tas-^ for  Westview , and  tljcr'Hquo^  l^r.-K ��(.tos and |. also like eggs. "Some store with. a*���hastHyt MtcM l      -  I } kind Of rtut," According to my plan  of  Iho, route. ' MfytifyriW ~" T  1 1 gbndson, Bl|l.Informed us that, oven buy a. local'charu'at'our;    '   *  1 fdr the past thtoe weeks, almost store,    s { "��� ,    ' '  i,f*^4'^l��' .  ' <#eryono with'a trallbr or car*      Now yoti will undferstAndJ %.J    ������  j top boat had stopped to cnqjilro Worloy t why.* it^ Is,   ntjeossory,  tlio ^ay.to Egn)ont.w Evidently to use an'nH^di*te��irtaW^W<S -   >,  . 'J Lee'Straight's column is widely nope yotiv will' Mtend \WAth\&\ t ��� *  A rind.     * ' matter In yo^r i^cc lR^oa>yp;t /']  1 bliViA^r'nwi 1 '< i< ��  >i>i'M��> (ii- wlUi thon,tb~eC Mi^b',6flo{in'lbeaV*' 7 *  TOURISM     1/ , ��� tion and tho tourist,  both! by.  .���A eomplMen^ to the Sunshine i���nd and. sen, w)ll bo directed!    ��  rCbasV Tourist- Asuoclotioi^  on 1 jn n'proper manner andJovory.     ���  f-tljls year's brochure. Not only ono NVm bo happy.      1  '   ���  i convince tHein' that IU If notr t|  0l ^ ^    >both cUadl^i  J'13"*^JS;il?JiS_2i_^ *����� att �� prelum, wltlll,many,/  fr eowmlltwi, ��>n, tho^ bail ^0,,,^ 'camping' jn tontJn nndi  'S Attention   Mr,   Len, Womley: trailers,ln> every sultablb 1 spoil  Vpfespito iho fact that tho Po* whwt w,ji tho situation,be^likoi  - jnlnloA.  Hydrographlc   Service noxl yet(ri wht^ 0,,r  |.0A(I  Ja,  ,ho,d revised tholr charln in 1954 completed. If Egmont iMoiro  ,   'li6vfil*o\r,tl\e;cM>Kct location of lf,in   it8  aharo  of  thol tWlst'  Mgniont; you* British. Coluhibla business there will haw, Joi .ttai  .:��� FojrrBp  Authority .brochuro*,.on. n considerable lncrons* IniUMoi  save... aM ways...  �� 1  t . \A\ w  K 4 *<��*** *  *W *i  #K^^*VMi*^**>��I!t>H>WtTBU lf***'tl**,-#  tatyflMVaWl^liiW *V��.  i  4'"    J  t  I   II/       I  tho Sunnhlno Coaat. ,��UU. ;sliow3 fRolUUei now nvaUnble.  ",^h located' on* tho- north 1 shore    ;/bL.,8echeit,Jhleu ..^^ ���..-:.-:���  1, groat confuftloii. among, noma' of Joe. arafj whoi formerly, own^l  .mmM~ .   -    .. _-*_   . . ���  ����� ..��%,.    V".' ���    * .       ,       1 ,,./��*��*'.1 '      1'  to Jtecp your Savings Account intactandigrowing as interest accrucsr  ����v��4>fi bMjmylpg ~ v^th^lowi^ostrsImpHcity of a'Pcrsonoi  Chequing Account (only llOf! a cheque);   -      >  t  ��4������ loam interest ��� by/borrowmff,tMo</o,VH,<M'f way;  through a^bynllBank tcrmpamibanji i   ���,  *awr many othtit iciry* �� WitHtOUO Itelft,  Inlbwnat|vblcaflbts,nro r  nvailhble; liso your Royal  Bank services totthe full.  &QYALBAIN.K  ~.Glk,wnrBrancti> RrDVITdjiKlhs; mtmager   '   '  '' "        ,'..,i..''''!  (tin, "CiBlm  7  Ul-4,**��tihl  I 1  /  !      4  .4.,-  *k.,*��4|lk��ivM(. r .���*#~���,'����*i*i#  -��.*H��*.|-���* ^  m��|    t   (  I' I .3Ms  ���;. IH.  .' 'V  r i  v  I  ii1**  "I  ���1/  i I  '��'�� f>';:i^;!]-v:;^^t:,.^u  J  ^��~�� **       -*  ***,*_^��.     ..    -  ..       *-* _*. ���.������*���"    -��      .  Natural setting  ANOTHER man working hard to provide first-class tourist facilities is Henry Whittaker with his Farrington Cove Resovt. From the water, the resort is beautifully located amid a natural setting of hills and trees. John caters specifically to  those who seek pleasant accommodation away from hustle of town and noisy highway. I  f ��.*- �����* r *^ii��i" <i*il -    '''y~i'ir,^"j4*W*^<  ��&#��� **"*    '> 'v.-^-S^    "^ 7J^S^  Elaborate accommodation  FEW RESORTS have accommodation of this size but  Henry Whittaker has. two such buildings on his Farrington Cove Resort. Built by previous owners about 30  years ago, the. spacious homes are as sturdy today as  when constructed. Side by side, they provide considerable interest to visitors to the resort.  Resort pets  ACQUIRED recently by Henry Whittaker of Farrington  Cove Resor^ these Highland Cattle arq already  great favorites with the family and guests. Previously  owned by W. C. McCullough of Wilson Creek, the animals soon settled down in their new surroundings.  *,^r.*i-^*-'''*-f.V'1i-|i=-rT*^r  MADEIRA MARINA  HONDA EVINRUDE  -.XjailficC��nrt,. LaunchingRamp,.Campsites  Coblm. Bool Rental! - 883-2266, Madeira Park, B.C.  :!'  start July 2  SWIMMING  classes  will  commence   in  the   Sechelt   area,  July 2 with the following timetable:   ..,,,., ���.,.."  Davis Bay:' Monday and Friday, 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.  Sechelt: Monday 2:45 p.m.  to 6:00 p.m., Wednesday, 10  a.m. to 1:30 p.m.  Halfmoon Bay (Redrooffs)  Wednesday and Friday 2:45  p.m. to,,6:00....p.m.������.,/(,,���.,��� ,���,,.,.;,,.,  Fee will be $1.00"'and' there  are six groups (1) beginner  for non swimmer orV those  swimming less than 25 feet;  (2) junior, swim 25 feet and  tread water; (3) intermediate,  swim 40 yards, two strokes;  (4) swim 100 yards, must be  13 years old; (5) bronze medallion; (6) adult.  William Davidson  BeckJ  PASSED away Juno 23, 1065,  William Davidson Beck ag*  ed 65 years of 4174 Union  Street, North Burnaby, Survived by his loving wife Rose, ono  son William of Burnaby, one  brother Wilfred, Vancouver and  hla,father and aunt of Sechelt,  B.C., six grandchildren. Grave*  side funeral service was held  Friday, Juno 25, 1065 at Forest  I.awh Cemetery, Rev, H. Par*  kcr officiated, Jlarvcy Funeral Homo, Gibsons, directors.  ��*��'**i��*'ii#1-"-- Mi1'** Wil* W��**]liS^^-iV*��rt^M��^i*W^^*>i*��M^��W4^*>*"*^('  NEED A CAR?  NEW or USED  ��� TRY..  Peninsula  Motor Prod.   S*CHEfcT,"B,Cr"~ "  Ph. 885-2111  - Ted Fnrowoll  i-wa,V-  Page 8     Sechelt Peninsula Times     Wed., June 30, 1955  Pender Harbour... .7 x  Recreation commission  shows good prospects  MAILING of an informative and provocative circular,  detailing the possible actions and role' which the  recreation commission can fill*, to the benefit and betterment of community activities, engendered enthusiasm which was evident in increased attendance at the  Meeting June 22.  Many worthy ideas were put  forth for consideration most of  which will be examined * for  implementation in the fall.  Among these are: Establishment of a local library which  will contain books from the  travelling   library,   and   it   is  President John Perry, Secretary Mrs. J. Perry, Treasurer  Mrs. M. Rae. Still vacant is the  position of vice-president.  Mr. Perry expressed appreciation of the interest shown by  everyone   present,   and   stated  hoped to build a community li-    that the greatest  need is for  brary by receiving donated  books; the organization of Pee  Wee basketball, junior soccer,  roller skating, sewing classes  for  children,  possibly  nursery  leadership and workers. He envisages a co-ordinated program of community activities,  with various committees set  up under a central - recreation  school   classes,   promotion \ of   association   comprising ��� repre-  adult night classes.  Definitely decided is, that, a  meeting will be called in September to form a drama club.  Drama consultant from the  community programs - branch  will be contacted and asked to  attend.  sentatives from each.group.  The keen insight, .analytical  and organizational ability evidenced by Mr. Perry himself,  in the proposal put forth, would  seem to solve the problems of  leadership. As for workers, the  people  of   Pender Harbor  al-  JZJ S^ial,^KlS ^Kr* ^ys seem willing > give of  money     to    pure-base-  roller    theij. time  gnd  ^.^ when  skates, it was suggested that  a concert be held in December. This will be discussed in  October."        ���-���������-.-  Possible annual revenue producing projects tpbe considered '"are7 "a" fistT "derby and" re?  gatta.  A member of the commission  will   attend   the   school   board  meeting July 7, to investigate    VOI^VlQlf   TVlfl_j4rO  :hool facilities    Ot/bllCll    lilt/CUivs  they know where they are  needed. Prospects" of a revitalized and effective recreation. Commission are indeed  good.  Free tickets io  ways in which school  can be used to the advantage  of the public.    :,. .  To raise funds for swim  classes which start in July, a  bake sale will be held July 18.  Details will be announced. Mrs.  B. Warnock, who is in charge      ...    K_ M���DC nt ns-mm.,  of swim Classes^ will beihatJpy- ^^ %?W fW%mmcs  TH$E��.tickets to( the Sechelt  T&eaCre ' are "awarded free  each week to the holders of the  three t Juckj** numbers, selected  each' \vee^and?distHbiiCed, one  in each of three advertisements  to hear from anyone  wishing  to send cakes, pies, etc. Enroll  ment so far is good, particularly in Garden Bay.  Officers    now   elected    are:  sy.-.   j - v *. *, ��   ft  Look carefully and if you  find your number, just drop  in to The Times offjeeiand pick  up your ticket to any-'performance.  ��|!:WII��!||!liiilllll!l����lil!ailil!l!llil��l  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  mm.  ,..A.  886*9658  ��� This free reminder of coming events is a service of  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD, Phone Sechelt Peninsula  Times direct for free listings, specifying "Dato Pad"/  Please note that space Is limited and some advance date-  may have to wait their turn; olso that this Is a "reminder"  listing only and cannot always carry full details.  July, 1���-9:30 a,m. to 9;30 p.m. celebration at Gibsons.  July 2���10 p,m, to 2 a,m. WllsOn Creek Community  Hall, dance, Phone 885*9502 for tickets,  July 3--2 to A p.m, Robort Cummino Garden, Roberts,  Creek, OES Summer Tea,  \( .     .  ���My V8���8'.:. P<m' Legion Hall, Sechelt, Mlicollanqous  shower for Mr. and Mrs." R, Sully, Refreshments  Will be served. n '   ���  LOTS WANTED NOW  Please lUr with H. Gregory 885-9392  Sccholt Agoncio Ltd. ~ 885-2161 -  lti$-(>��W9i1^h^*^PW��WM^Mi^  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD;  REALTY andlNSURANCiE        ��;...;  Wharf Rood Phono 865 2161  'J  v \ ' '        '  ���*���   i >      I  fts l��h��#WM^��ftM*rtS��'B*f-'V-^  t -r  ^Dnllinl �������<��*�������'** III M'Jl Wl*!J*#pj(J*flH**��  ti��H"��-**��*M*wl11**1, Wed,, June 30, 1965     Sechelt Peninsula' Times     Page 9  2*  Wz    -if  ^i  V  Friendly visit  THE UNDERWING and the Bartels pull into a peace- ._._,_  ful cove to say "heUo" to one of their numerous Meals af,oat  friends on the coast of B.C. The small vessel has safely THE BARTELS convert their craft to a comfortale home  navigated many thousands of miles of travel. Longest *** a few minutes by erecting the canvas superstruc-   *��� ..               .... fa^ designed hy Dudley, The coupfe is seen enjoying  an evening meal shortly before nightfall.  voyage was from Vancouver to Alaska  Is *3*S_^ "�����_.����� u3sr��i.��*    "���>*���  His and Hers  by J. and D. Browning  FREQUENT mention of the wehrmacht in these columns is owing to the fact that so many comrades  and self spent a considerable portion of our lives directly or indirectly influenced by the said wehrmacht.  These vital ��� statistics can be      divided into learning to fight might or might not swim to.  them; fighting them; recovered Then at a loud bark of coming form their expert marks- man_ by the G.F. they all  _manship;   teaching��� others���io���aovenh~M~onee7"andJf after that  fight them and guarding them  when captured. For we Canadians being a peaceful people,  have to learn to make war.  "For use can only change the  stamp of nature", was interesting; was a good thing, not to  go through, but to have been  through���past   participle;   took  Anchored down  ANCHORED down for the night, the Underwing pro-   s_me��time"and "the"effects ling  - . .yides comfortable summer accommodation for the ���er still; i take no pride nor   racks  Bartels.  Sailing Bartels m..  Thirty years afloat  interrupted by mishap  THIRTY years of braving the coastal waters of B.C. in a  .. .rie-foot CHnker built boat, has temporarily been interrupted for the "travelling" Bartels following a slight  mishap at Hotham Sound when Mrs. Molly Bartels  slipped on the beach and suffered a broken shoulder.  Dudley and Molly Bartels are    ��� ���~ -������ -  presently landlocked in Sechelt,  ��� Molly ' in ��� St.   Mary'sV Hospital  and*  Dudley   residing.VVwith  friends, awaiting her recovery.  Winter monjms ; are toolong  for thc Bartels who, from their  suite in Vancouver, eagerly  await thc coming of spring m  order to set sail in their small  craft for new., adventures, new  places and new faces.  Their vessel, J'Undcrwing,?!  16 feet, long, with a 5M��*foat  ,.beam, has a lOh,p. auxiliary  motor,\ mainsail and jib; Built  by; Mrs. Bartcl's brother-in-  law, one time Vancouver Har��  bormanter, Commander A. H.  ^Rcnd, outfitting and various Innovations ensuring maximum  comfort In limited apace, havo  been carried out by Mr, Bar-  tola, a retired electrical engineer.      ,.,'       During their boating season  they traverse the various waterways visiting, old friends In'  ronioto areas who look forward  to such visits, among them being fiflhcrtrtojiv; loggers qnd���-.the  ������: occasional recluse;' 717,,, 7-,�� ;'...  The   most'." daring ' osCapado  lay around and sunbathed. At  five minutes to four the G.F.  blew his whistle. At* two minutes to four they were lined up  ready to march off.  Later on it was my lot in life  "to bear the slings and arrows  of outrageous fortune" by being  in charge of the detention bar-  successfully 'accomplished was  a voyage to Skagway, Alaska  from Vancouver. Setting sail  .June 14, 1938, the, trip across  Queen Charlotto Sound took  three , days during Which fine  weather prevailed. Their course  then took them through Gren*  ville Channel and the inside'  passage to Skagway, with calls,  at, PririCe Rupert, Juneau, Ketchikan, P et e r s b u r g h and  Haines,  Disaster almost struck when  a largo chunk of Taku Glacier  broke away and plunged into  the, sea close to the Underwing,  just as the couple was having  a meal. A huge wave bore  down on tho craft but apart  from a few anxious moments  they camo out unharmed.  "We have had,, many adventures during bur life afloat and  look forward to many more  yet," snid Mr. Bartels who Is  almost 80i His wife Molly Is a  little older but they both, have  the' .Vitality',.of many ,considerably younger.    ' r    ;  pleasure in the - thought of.  Even tbe .baddest bad men in  Gunsmoke" do-their own shooting.  At Medicine Hat and Letb-  bridge p.o.w.'s camp, we were  impressed by. the discipline and  soldierly bearing of the German soldiers���good people to  haye on our side in a future  war.  One of their activities at  Lethbridge was to be marched  to the riyer for swimming, 300"  at a time. These men were on  parole for the occasion, their  La gerfuehrer having sighed a  statement that none of them  would escape or try to during  the period of their swimming  parade: None of them ever did,"  even though accompanied by  only one officer and four N.C.-  0,fs, all unarmed. I saw one of  them smuggle a dog, given  him by a farm boy, across tho  river, from the farm opposite,  but like Nelson, turned a blind  eye. They were not supposed  to acquire any more dogs, the  camp had too many already,"  Also people going on leave u*-c<*  to give their dogs to p.o.w.'s to  look after,,   ,,  Having roached tho river  and undressed to swim trunks,  they used to line up at the wat*  cr's edge and be harangued la  real Hitler stylo by their Grup*  penfuohrer*, as to  where ihey  We_ always had "kriegsgefan-  ge'n"' (p.o.w. to you) doing  time. One, feld-wobble Muller  by name, was particularly  agreeable. He kept the bar.  racks garden a veritable paradise of flowers. After long enquiries it was discovered that  he had been implicated in the  slaying of another p.o.w. at  M edicine Hat after one of their  kangaroo courts 7 He was hung  at tethbridge gaol. A pity, I  thought, after^ aU we had at  one time beenj^id'wages arid  board Tfor killing them, As to  .^w.��s�� jw wv., t���ia(i  *. <��f~ in*$��-v***��**-  ��� ' ,�����  i ' AAi  ,,\AA  these    enquiries,    the    "hash. %*$"  hush" people use<jl to bring into ^ <  outplace p.o.w.'s for interroga- ��  ion and take them out again*  blindfolded, t pale   asr death,' I',  was' sure   they   thought  they^*-*  were going>to be shot."' .'"  The "most distinguished visitor" we* had was' one, General  Schmidt, who' had. been on  Rommel's staff. 'He had .given  . a lot of trouble at SEEBEE of-  ficer p.o.w. camp so the, commandant, my old friend J Colonel Watson who -had been a  Lce-corporal over me in W.W.  1, gave him 28 days detention :'  together with a Frigatten-TCapi-  tan who had been equally naug-  . hty, and sent him to ourt place  of incarceration. This was a  surprise. I had not thought you  . could, detain or imprison officers, especially Generals, with  other ranks, mostly Canadian  soldiers.  But the authorities got around  the Geneva convention by building an open-work grill across  their end of the passage.  This arrangement irked the  General. He sent for men and  said in his accented English,  "No civilized country wouM  imprison a general in a place  like this." I could not, resist  saying "Yah, Heir General,  but thiss iss Canada."  He refused to mop his floor.  I had been told to- treat bim  the same as- any other prisoner,  so I sent Sgt. Gillespie (a tough  ex-Highland Light Infantry  man) with a mop and pail to  see that the General mopped.  The General dabbed. Sgt. Gillespie said "Here, General,  that's no the bloody way to  mop a flurr," and showed him.  There was no more trouble.  However, we parted after  the expiration of bis sentence  with mutual expressions of  good will. Just the same no one  was happier than I when our  side won the war. I had visualized myself dangling at theE?**  bottom end of a German rope  for my treatment of the General if we had not\  VITAMIN  SOURCE  Milk is an excellent source of  calcium, riboflavin or protein,  as well as,some vitamin'A and  thiamin*; It supplies also other  Vitamins and minerals. Cheese  -and milk inthe diet are^essen-.  tial for the body's calcium requirements.  Af Vancouver...   fL���'   oldtimers meet  ANYONE here from Melville,  Saskatchewan?  Homesick for the folks back home? Like to meet soma  again? Well here's your chance.  The 13th annual Melville and district picnic will be  held Sunday, July 11 at the Stanley Park Trail Shelter,.  Vancouver." "'���"':".  , 'Z'a [ a'a'-'  Prizes will be awarded at 2 p.m. arid; there will be  free train rides for everyone over 70.  "Many former residents now living in your area  will be interested to know that the Melville picnic for  oldtimers from Melville and District is being continued,"  a letter from Mrs, Betty Gammie, committee member,  states. ,  H^iyWMWMMW*.-  *��HW.��*WWW��M��*K��*^l'.>.��#��^.>��W*WSlS.#  MMVMMMM<��W>WMIM��I��MM*A>I��WM**MVM��^^  1 ,        "  1V, ,'     ,"��� 1''  ' ���������'''',���' 1 ' '<  fMOUNT; ELPHINSTONE CHAPTER No; �� OES.  MMERTEA  A  Saturday, July 3rd-2~4 p.m,  "1    ROBERT GUMMING GARDEN  -     ...   ROBERTS;CREEK, B,C;  Place 0/ Quiet Raters  l 1       ���   t       ��� .1 .    ^ I ��� ' ��� 1 I- ��� 'I 1 i A 't 1      ' l'  *,.����!**.*; ti-tWB.HWf.j*,  ADVENTURE IN A B.C^PARADISE^  ,.'' , by . <���<       ���'.'   .,!..-,.  Margaret Mtlntyre  of Sechelt  AVAILABLE AT THE TIMES OFFICE  $5.00  (plus 25c tax)     .  r^MW��>^ti*^��W^^1-^^*W1^iM'^M*^^i',^*'*'^Pl;  !  Ill  33fiJ��f*#��*.��Wf��.��;**  'iwi*vvw��v-��MV*��MW-��WMV*��w-��-#ww����*^ < \ ���   ��Vr>-r-r*^.y-r-r*>M*r����**W--_*.'���������>.r>.-WW  :  ���i.,t.���i�����i...,,.,,-��  ���,,:,..���p,,,,,.  ,,.,.���4., , ��,*V"*'V-^*--<i7&3l^w*  ���Vi.  ��'l  t >  f*  |J.  I  < (  7  Page 10     Sechelt Peninsulo Times     Wed., June 30, 196S  ... ��� ���iZ.,..���. ...i ..   m     ��� i ..���������*��� .���iw ������.������^������ -ii. ������ i---. ��������-*���-�����*-*. i^��i*t*; **>    l.i.nii.11.!*-*.!*- ������ ����������m*wi  Elphinstone High...    "'    ,' ;������;;-  -..,���. :  r��M�� aii sinn��:  **?������"  fEffeid mm�� GBmmmmt ,;  * - * i 'i  PARENTS and students assembled in.the auditorium of-  Elphinstone Junior Senior High School , Thursday*  for the annual presentation of junior awards, trophies-  and prizes for 1965. :���,  New officers slate  NEWLY4nstalied slate of officers of the Sunshine Coast Mbws^Glirt) include from  left: DouglWheeler, Chuck Rodway, Jack  Eldred,  Malcolm Mactavish,. Frank  barker, Ray Clarke, Joe Benner, Jack Nelson, Ted'Farewell- and Terry- Rodway.  Honour Society Certificates  %w��re presented to: Grade 10,  Marilyn Maeey, Judy Sigouin,  Connie Warn, Nicki Wray,  Dawn 'Chamberlain, Christine  Hansen and Lorna Sneddon.  Hon. mention,'1 James , Duffy,  Janet Portlance and Barbara  Kelly. Grade 9^ Philip Reeves  and Pat Warn.  too Jr. Athlete, Mike Clement;'  Don Head Awards for keen par-',  ticipation '.in- -sports, Esther,  Carey and Peter Carey! <���  Social Studies 8; book prize,-  Gina    Bennett.    Top    scholar,  Grade 8, Gina Bennett; Grade*  9, Pat Warn;  Grade io, Mar-*  ilyn Macey, all t books.  Typewriting certificates;  Na-     T        ~   *    t_     i ri  "���* sn "��; stf Junior Red Cross  Irt'With^the^^new ���". xZM.  FRANK Parker, new presideiiti Fred Smith, zone chair^  man and Past President Joe Benner, enjoy a joke  of dubious origin at the installation night of the Sunshine Coast Lions Club, held June 26 at Ole's Cove.  Since  SnBskine Coast Lions  3>peration of the Carousels- at  several events; collection campaign for CARS; sale of pens  for the physiotherapy project;  donation to St. Mary's Hospital- for purchase of physiotherapy equipment and a fund raising stag dinner.  These activities raised a ,net  total of $2,985 and' apart from  major donations, aid,was gnr-  en to five burnt out families,  and various donations made to  other   groups.1-The  Carousels.  em, Carol Procknow, John  Karateew, Denis�� Hicks and  Linda Goeson.    ,.  STUDENTS'   COUNCIL  CITIZENSHIP  AWARDS  Grade 8���Denise Quarry,  flarsh; Gary Fluinerfelt, flash;  Peter Carey, flash; Donald'  MacKenzie, flash.  Grade 9���Karen _ -Johnson,  crest.  Grade 10���Christine Hansen,  crest; James Dufy, star; Marilyn Macey, star; Bev Szabo,  crest;  Wiilo Wingrave,  crest.  Occupational���Ann Christian-  son, star; John Christiansen,  crest; Carman McKenzie, crest;  Danny Cavalier, flash.  STUDENTS' COUNCIL.  SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS  Grade 8���Gina Bennett, Clint  Booth, Deborah Dockar, Denise  Quarry, Trudy Swanson. Dianne Patten, Jill Ccbleigh, all  flashes; Juanita Wray-and Sandra Hansen, Honourable Mention Certificates,      . .�����  Grade 9���Pat Warn, Philip  Reeves, crests. Karen Johnson,  Hon. Mention Certificate.*, .���-���  Grad?   10-r-Dawn   Chamberlain, Marilyn Macey, Judy Sigouin,, Lorna Sneddon,  Connie-  Warn,   Nicki- Wray, .all   first,  stars;  Christine Hansen, Janet  l^ortelance, Barbara Kelly;,, all  v crests-; James-Duffy,.Hon; Mem*  tion Certificater' ���"  JR. TROPHIES feND PRIZES  Aggregate", Grade' 10,, Sunny-".  WINNING Post dining room at Ole's Cove Showed signs    were also purchased  and  are* crest   Trophy,   Connie   Warn;  of bursting at the seams last Saturday when the    being paid for. Aggregate. Grade 9,  Trueman  Sunshine Coast Lions Club held its final' banquet of* the  season, followed' by installation of the new slate of offi  cers.  :   report good year  7FHE Junior Red Cross Branch-  ���ott!ie Elphinstone Secondary'  School   closed  its bock  on a  very- successful  year.   Monies  were raised from a membership  drive   noon-hour  mtxer*,  last   and   found   finds,   bake  sales, hot dog sales, operating  day and sponsoring a program,  the concession^ b&cth on sports -  by the Rutland School Concert  Band'.  The club was able to send in  $100 for the Malaysian fund,  $50. to the school in Greece  which it has been sponsoring  for the last four years, $200 to  the general fund of the Junior  Red Cross and $80 for the expenses of two delegates to a  Leadership Conference in August, ,  The two representatives ot  the club who will be attending  are Pat Gocding of Gibsons'  and Philip Reeves of SecHelt.  These students will be top officers of the club next year.  John Carl Maclean  PASSED away, suddenly June  19, 1965, John Carl MacLean  of "Port Mellon, B.GV Survived  by four- sisters, Mrs. Jessie  Jones, Mrs. Mary 'MacKenzie,  Mrs. Laura Dawson* Vancouver, B.C., Mr��s. Selma Whitty,'  Port Mellon, B.C.; two' bro*  thers?* Don, Gibsons, B.C., Ro-  ...������ _._. ,   bert,   Victoria,   B.C.,, and. his  ���All.three of tho visiting Lions    Trophy*'"Philip*, Reeves; Aggre-' fiance Connie, Funeral service  * ��� _-_*_-���-*.       _"**.A.-Jf_,      fck        <   Inlu.       llf_-__>_-_       fTt-w. _    _ 1.   A 1    -        ��� -.*��_     _._       *    -        . ��_     _? -*_  Guests from Vancouver included retiring Zone Chairman  Fred Smith andi his wife Kae;  Past President of the Burrard  Club, Stan Hewftit Vnd his wife  Ella- and P^st' Zone Chairman  Bill Heady, and; his, wife Bllip.  during the next year. There has  usually been a good, turnout  for fund raising activities buf  the same familiar faces invar-  were unanimous in commend;  ing the club on its- great ach  ievements during thc short time  it has bcen established,'  The meeting terminated- with  a rather short installation ecr-  emony for the incoming- officers of the Lions Ladies which  Included presentation, of ��' chc  gate Grade 8, John Wood Tro-, was held Wednesday, June 23,  phy, Denise Quarry; Don Brown 1965, 11 a.m., from Burnaby  Mug, best 1st year typist, Den- > Funeral Chapel. Captain Rad*  isc Hicks; Mrs. Livingstone cllffe' officiated, Cremation,  prize for effort, Ann Christian"* Harvey Funeral' Home, Gib*  ' sen;   David   MacfleoTT' trophy,    sons-, B.C: directors.  iably were present for prepara*  tory and clCan-up. work parties.  ill Head^noi W^me WW      ACCon,pU^me^;i^e..elub queJor $70 to 4ho Lions Club  New   slate .included. -HPrw*^uring the. pas^ 1^ h-ontfts'Sjh^   �����   �����*t. -_���i_��nt ��� _.����_ c.m.  Parker, president; Joe Benner,   vd^^_^\,^^.d��i��o��llorv  immediate ^^W ���g^^^wSffiS  Jorgenson   and;,';'Jj_.k"' Eldred,  the ..Far...East and. 2,000- paira  vi����P^^jf^f^S,'"'hW;'ioTIar been   collected;  secretary,' Doug Wheeler, trea  surer; Ray Clarke, Lion tamer; Ted Farewell, tail: twister;  Jack Nelson,1 butletln editor;  director, Malcolm Maotavish;  Chuck Rodway; Gorry MacDonald,  Reporting, on, tho clubs,  achievements during tlio past  1#, months since its charter  , nl-ght, Joo Benner ..stated- a'  number of* ups< and. down*, hod  been oocoqntored'. Some off:the.  original membiirs'Were' no loiv*'  ger with the club but now  ,,nmembers had replaced mb��tto4  them. This of course,  was to  '���\ lupo* expected7with; a ;ncw "club.  K Attendance has remnined  nseod but only three members  attained a 100 per cent record;  lUrtifl it1 is hoped will improve  sponsorship of the, Sechelt Mus  tangflj Babe Ruth. Baseball  toam- and provision off the  coaoh; formation of the Lions  Ladles Auxiliary; mothers day  pancake breakfast,764! and '05;  by past president ��� Joan, Cunningham, * ��� , l -;  Wife oi Lions pasj president,  Joe Bonnor, Arvello; <yals Installed as the new president;  Jepn Eldred and Toba Jorgenson, vice presidents; Dorothy  Rodway, secretary; Maureen  Hall,' treasurer,  ���p���. r���. , -���  ; Chiropractic Office  MON*, THURS., SAT.  . 1678 Marino Drive - Gibsons  FhMf88H^3   Supplies for your Picnic; Tablte ��� See the  new,  Plastic Pump with 100 uses.       '  COME IN AND BROWSE  Open to 9 p.m. Fridays        , Sunsfilhe Toast' Fall' Fa ir August 20-21  Entry fbrrh< here���-* 10c  805-4430    , ,i     7  CAR & HMJCK hrecburi  (���IW-iti ��i�� ���* M*imi�� ft#-W6��-*   +Vval-.1*��*J J  &&& ess, cecppl^'.��3ll"'yoiiflEi IBs^  - ; Quality ��' Sfif-wicA ~\fkmmmft  mm,  Phone 886-2572  ttEfi  \ '>  7 ���" *fI  "V .  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Premier of BritishiColumbia  TO THE PEOPLE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  Ytiur Government Is pleased to initiate the  Britjsh Columbia Medical Plan, This Medical Plan will ensure that every person in this  Provinbe can afford prepaid medical care.  It is particularly for those people who have  been unable to afford prepaid medical care  on an individual basis that the British Co*  lumbia Medical Plan islntroduqed.  T/je Hon, Wesley D. Black'  , Provincial Secretary  : IRRESPECTIVE OF AGE, HEALTH OR INCOME  As Minister responsible for the Medical  Grant Act, I am pleased to recommend tha  services of the non-profit British Columbian  Medical Plan to all our residents not now  enjoying comprehensive and reasonably  priced prepaid medical coverage. Up to half  the premium will be paid by your Government on behalf of British Columbians who  require assistance.  T  TWi l��,i'.! 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H-l^LUJ-JJJJXLLI|,IJJLLI  jjj.ij,ij:..Ujjii,yjL.L  u��uxu i,j.j..i-,i.ii.u...LLi.;:  JLUJ I  LLUJ,,  : 5��sw*^K ^7*Tv>'  CI  i nm��?a��w**i iM��*��A*M*Mtil-*i*i>i9fc*����ii*M UftWja H-i^swii^WK^fcBt^iW'HiW^iisw ���  ;^JSrtw*��sjs(*rtj��tei��.i*s*��**i *j*annaiifc  "if  1T1SH COLUMBIA MEDICAL PLA  X410 GOVERNMENT ST.,, VICTORIA, B.C*.  ir)imtBdiiphQrG6mmmsm'  of British Columbl*  ��f0r/t/��/��Co/um6/o '        KM-I  ' ���"���ii-'k ������� ���*--��.��,  ",��,'~ti-,'".-��"f.'-if^f^i..i  _-.-_,_f_^{lw_ ... "I  . '$  ^z ��� \'"-Ji" t'^ ���  Poge 12     Sechelt Peninsulo Times     Wed., June 30, 7965  * v  " By Loriil JOJJborn..,  'ender OhnmlBer advised  ioGtofs in short supply  H_r   KB'        'V  THE GENERAL meeting of Pender Harbour and District Chamber of ��� Commerce, . held  at Whittakers  Farrington Cove Resort June 22, covered many areas  of interest. ���������~ '~~~   i >  z  , t\i*  Upcoming proiect of the  ^��hamber:---will- be of benefit to  tourists and area businesses.  Permission has been given by  . the highways department for  ���the immediate erection of a  tourist information sign measuring. 10 feet by 15 feet,to be  located at Haslam Greek. The  Chamber plans to erect a large  code map which will indicate  locations arid types of facilities  offered by ibusinesses in the  district  Cost of sign will be paid by  fees charged subscribers who  wish to advertise on 'the sign.  At the Haslam Greek location  there will be parking space for  about 15 cars and a drinking  fountain will be installed by the  water board.  Mrs. M. Hately has been appointed to solict advertising.  Bob  Harper,   formerly   of   In  to come upon the bold lettering,  on the highway surface which  urges "KEEP B.C. GREEN"!  Concern was expressecl about  the fire hazard created by the  dead trees.  Report was heard on ARDA  program' which was the topic of  the meeting aldressed by Jack  Davis, MP, in Sechelt June 21.  It was approved that a request  for volunteers for committee  members be made through the  local papers.  Elected publicity director of  the Pacific Northwest Travel  Association, L. L. Larson reported on recent meeting attended. He stated that inserts  of this area are being included  in thousands of brochures distributed by the association, and  that the regional folder is open  to all the eight by 10-inch  black and white pictures it can  'dian Isles Marina; has offered V!gefr^  to design tbe sign. It is hoped  that it will perform a .two-fold  function, that of guiding visitors, and of supplying an annual score revenue in excess of  costs.  ; Reply received from the  Medical Clinic doctors to the  request that there be a doctor  in attendance at Pender Harbour during the sumftier  nionths stated that lack of response to continued adve_tis-  ing^-,.ajld inducements offered  nrade tins impossible. ThereV3s  rxsr province-wide shortage of  doctors in rural &re|s. ^However the facilities of the <jfl*Mc:  at Madeira Park were 'offered  free of charge7 to a qualified  first aid attendant, inquiries  will be made into the ijfteans  of establishing this service.  Much   enthusiasm   was *ex-  tfriessed   over   the   possibility  now being explored of \ the establishment of a ships museum  in Pender Harbour. Educational value of a ships museum in  preserving notable and historical ships and the great tourist  attraction   created   has    been  proven in other areas. Personal  knowledge of its value iwas related by Mr.  Peter Benjafield  who told of playing, as ,a.child,  aboard , the    famed    clipper,  .Cutty Sark, when it lay neglected,    at    anchor    In    the"  Thames.   Now   completely .restored  and  preserved Jn  djy-  dock in the National Maritime  Museum, it is one of the great  tourist attractions of London.  Concern over speed of craft  in   harbor,   which   results   in  damaging wash, has prompted  Inquiries  regarding  a  harbormaster,   Department of  transport has confirmed that Pender IHarour could avail itself of  the (services of a, -harbormaster  and  wharfinger,   but  that  remuneration for such a person  must bo derived Jromi fees collected, Members?agreed, to ro*  I   commend /A,   Fair  of  Irvings  Landing for the portion, should  he bo willing to undertake this  duty.  Loud' echoes of the recent  outcry protesting tho program  carried out by, tho B,C. Tele-  Starting August 12, Jervis Inlet will be serviced by a new  and larger ferry. Suggestion  was made that the toll authority be urged to display pictures  of JtheSunshine jCpast area,; as  it was noted those presently  exhibted are not identified with  this, area.  Resolution prepared by J.  Duniop regarding the development of Skookumchuk park-  site, and provisions for public  access, was presented, by Ed  Boyce, and approved by the annual meeting of the B.C. Chambers of Commerce which was  held at Prince George.  Motion was passed that R.  Murdoch be presented with an  honorarium, and a lifetime  membership in the Pender Harbour chamber.  'Guest speakers at the meeting were Corporal Nelson of  Sechelt fRCMp, and Cons. Mike  O'Reilly^ serving on the RCMP  vessel out Of Gibsons;  "Corporal Nelson detailed action taken 'by 1him .in an effort  to meet the need and requests  for more coverage 'by *the  RCMP/" ���'������ ""''; '-:-; ���������"-���     Approval by Vancouver and  Victoria of .the: request for another officer immediately, had  not met ^agreement in Ottawa,  i due��to ��� shortage of -man ���; power.  At present the three-man detachment at Sechelt covers the  area from Roberts Creel; to Egmont, and goes short on sleep,  while tempers of some residents wanting greater coverage  are getting even shorter* he  raid. ���"'  Cons, O'Reilly assured the  meeting he would give all harbor protection possible by trying to be down here every  weekend in tho summer, although the RCMP vessel has a  large area to cover. He recommended that names and nam-  bers of; vessels causing dam-  ���agc1'by'creating heavy wash.bo  turned over to film for aotlpn,  Offenders are liable to charges,  and restitution for damages.  A vote of thanks wns given  Mrs. F. Fleming, who has served as secretary for the past  ������_������   ^ ���   ^ 1/*l?t*?,pat,��"      _.u       _���,_ chelt.  The  remainder  of this.  MOTHERS of Sechelt kindergarten children held a sur- .sum will pay for increased ar-.  iprise Ifarewell iparty for Mrs. Jessie Hall, llast week ��c*iteetv costs as >a result of  anS-Elaiite JvicT^^ the  increased   contract  figure  Kathy Rodway were among the 50 children surrounding   and  provide1 a  few thousand  their .popular teacher, sharing her anticipation as she   dollars for contingencies.  '���"    " " It  is   entirely   possible  that  the Board may have to mate  new provision in some future  Referendum for funds to purchase a Sechelt school site, but  at the moment it is fell /inore  important to make use of tftese  funds to get the current buttcl-  ing^program ,jgom^  Tentative approval of these  plans has been given by the  Department of Education in  Victoria and it is thojped that  construction will ! commence  immediately. Priority is being  given to classrooms at Roberts  Creak *and. West Sechelt < Elena*,  eritary Schools.  opened the gaily wrapped gift packages.  Some deletions...  School District report  shows Hding sefisGck  AS ALREADY announced, tenders; for the current building program exceed the referendum- figures by  $52,060, or 25 per cent. Referendum money allotted to  these projects totalled $209,800, whereas the lowest, hid  received was $261*860. Only two ctfher companies tendered, although seven in all took out plans.  Asked for his opinion as to  the treason for the large discrepancy between the Reder-  endum figures and the bids,  James White of Nanaimo, the  Board's architect, stated that,  in his view, there were two  main reasons. One was that, in  the rush to prepare the Referenda, sketch plans sgiving the  total square footage required,  for example, for corridors and  hallways and other ancillary  space, in addition to the basic  square footage required for,  classrooms, had not been prepare*!. Mr'; White gave as his  second reason the fact that the  construction industry was very  busy and thus bids tendeti to  be high.  The Board's Secretary-Treasurer, Mr. Wilson, and the  Chairman of the Planning 'Committee. Mrs. Celia Fisher, tra  the winter month's, possibly by  the Board's,;:0^,,;crew^,;s-.���.,..;.���.  Covered play areas at Rob-  c) ts .Creek, Madeira .Park and  Langdale Eletoehtarjr School  will-also be deleted from the  present contract. .The intention  is to^include them i in a future  referlpndum,  ,��� ��� There ^re ;a3so7^7few7other  minor de'letions which will produce ^credits ^*-t^uce ^further  the i cbntraet amount to < a final  figure: of 4239,883.00,   ,������ ���  To finance*the difference between "this amount )��nd ��� the Re*  ferendum if|gwe< -the (Board lis  endeavouring to make V use .of j  'the 'full amount o'f . contigency  funds' available under Referendum No, 5, :the (Ml amount  of'recoverable .Federal ITax��under Referenda M^^;5:aod ��  small surplus remaining frcrni  !ln addition to production- ;foe  the Canadian market, General  Motors of ���X>na:da ��f><5shaW^  builds ears|Tand trucks for export to 76 countries. GM is  Canada's largest exporter "of  passenger cars. ���  <��W<VWAAIWVWWWW\A��Art*<WVW/VMWVUW��,  veiled' to  Victoria  and,  along   fefcrc"du,m:u2- >tar ����  this  with Mr. White, met with sen-    is "PP'-cd, there still remains  ior officials Of "the Department  of Education to discuss Vthe  various alternative courses of,  action.  TJie plan finally adopted" by  the I Board, at a special qicct*  a discrepancy of about $3,700.  To finance this, the Board  has had to declare as tempor>  arlly surplus an amout of $10,*  000, available ,umtet Weferai*  dum 4 for tho possible pi^rchu'pc  s s^u^'^s:, ���* f.��*��>i*��* ���"?..��t,��-.  the  following  changes  In the   JBT  No Cents  III Waiting  ���    ���    ���     laGo  The Times  Cltassified  Make You  Money!  e Times  Phone  88S-0654  , >^y^fli^l<W^MV*��W^��y**WVVWV^*��A��V>^V��''~"'^^'^'^'  building program:  Construction of -the library at  Pendar Harbour V vSecohdary  School will be delayed. Tender  figures on this were nearly  twice the Referendum figure  and It will have to be seen whether or not the library cfould  he bulH moro, cheaply; during  phono   In   flpraylng   roadside year, Appointed to carry on as  vcg*tntlon wore heard, Suggcs- secretary    for   the    summer  ��-<11on��4bat*ihe-chamber*protest~nW^  thin aCtlon met with.unanimous  and   vehement   agreement, D,       .   Dl  Clalmfl of damage to domestic JttOOert tiUCKman  nnd wild animals and birds and PASSED away Juno 24,  1905,  in some Instances  to persons VRobqrt Ruckman of GHb��ons,  Jn Illnesses roHultlng (from con* 'B.C., survived by! nephews and  jtnmlnatlon of water flupply, at- nieces In Vancouver and Win-  trlbutetl to the flpraylng, -were nlpeg,    i^n-jral    xervlce   wair  ; heard. ��� It  was  notc<l  that  an held MondnyrJuno 28,at 2 p.m,  ironic  contrast Ih  resented  to from the family chnpol of Jlaiv  the motorist driving mile after voy   Funeral   HoHio, ,GlbHonH.  .Vinll^��tJ(,lli5!fWfl.JiJJnp'L with un* , Rev. JA,   Cnm^ju.officiated,.  tAshtty brown,  withered  irees, itXw'mShV, Seaview Cemetery.  ��� i*��fiw*��*,^ M*u'^"��t(*W'*  Beauty Sdloii  AWNOUNCP  We Will Be   -CLOSED  ^���^^^.���^^^  JElioneUUKIi^SZS-  ESS0 OIL FUR^MES  No Down Payment - Banff Interest  Ten flfenra To 'Pay  FIRST PAYMENT OCTOBER lit  COMPLETE LIME 0FIRPUMCS  Fjbr Free Eatlmnto - Coll 886-2728  mm Wed:, June 30; 1965     Sechelt Peninsulo Times   ~ Page IT  In good standing'.,,     (       ^     *  Pelade? Community ��  ree for tEnnsiactloiis  i".'a  r  TREASURERS report to the general, meeting <ofc "p&  , - community club, held June- 20 showed- members  equity in assets, to be somewhat, oyer $U>,0fKMMfe wiUii  debts approximating $1,300.00. '   s - t  Membership fees paid as to  Installation ceremony,    ���  ��1$: MONTHS have,*pa9S^d-andi nqsw Judy;;Braw��, isu .  t. **; Honored' Queen, ,a��-B��th<tf3&,\ Jnternaiionai: Order,  Of Job's, Daughters:/The,ceremony which; seems to cap-   wmc ��/>to lo-jfarra  rare allMlie, grace ^dlsincerity^ofcyout^  \ast Saturday at as. Masohte^ilal^ ��A<a.ou_*oi inte?i��tie_��-iy.:fa-,  tured here are Sr. Princess Carol Mylroie, Honored. mc��sinwsio_-^amh_^a_^m_��.  Queen Judy, retiring; Honored Queen Heather. Garlick _ordin& Rersooalities bighlight  and Jr.\ Princess Phyllis Hauka. Meta^M5o_lwyn-3Iayeifi: Tomain^  '."�����,- * - *tic comedy "'"CrSt1 Yourself* a*  International 28...     ,��� go\&& gm:v.��t,i&e Twajg&r  Theatre; co*staacra^ laary^ Aim  :MofcCey,VC_adV Everett,   Joan  .; .O'Brien, i Nancys Sinatra   and"  ���''' Christ NoeU (30 -3$a^D&veC&x&  Five,-   England's  sensationally  popular-��� -^waging, aggregation.,  :J (UX Tbe Ai|m^il^3_^Jietr Bri-1  .   stisii group wi_cfa has won wide,  INTERNATIONAL Older-of Job',^ Daughters-Bethel, 28, ?S2f",?lv,5lt S5! ��LtST  -    chosMriendsttip, both on an;iutecnatioi_��a anct.teal, 52?^_^ iS^^Z'SS^  MP* "^ ^ .MS����2ft^  Elect' Miss Judy Brown and hex officers, at the. impre& ^ud Giibeato,siixgb-g-��ie hit  siva. ceremony Keldl Sfcturcfey at the Masonic flail, Rob;   number;- '"nhe, qai from, ipaifc.  M's Biiglileis leSheS.  erts Greek*  Retiring'Honored Queen;- Heather Garikk-, charmingly-j'oon-'-  ducted her'duties-as installing*  qfucec- valb the. assistance, of*  ijnstallinfi7 ^uide^ Sue Taylor;^  i^arshaflJ; linnet Ennis; .'Cbsp*  lain; .Suzane WIgard- Recorder;;  Marion Reeve*, Sr. Custodian^  Sharon Keeley 4_nd Jr. Custodv  ijjn Nancy Dottgjta-S.  .Forshner; Crater Guard 1 Sandra  Douglas.  "   :-Z- .-.  -  .  - Guardian v Oo*mcfl -members :-  Guardian,, Mrs, Mr Hauka; Associate Guardian/ Mr~ Blv' Mylars;. Mrs, ,Wt-Doctor-Mrs--- G.  Hopkins, B_nj.R. FittAett; Mrs.  . HI .Myiroie, Mrs: G*, I^wsbner,*  rs; W.' Morrison and'MrV'W." Dockar.  ema.'.' (e) Freddie. Belt and.  the-BelL Boys, with,, 'Roberta.  Jim, long--timet favorites, at tas..  Vegas .night--clubs.  s .Other artistsTfeatured- in. the  lilting,, attraction,,,, filmed, in  Meteocolor, .include? Bonnie  Brooks;, Tbe ��� iRhythm: Masters,.  way-out,- instrumental, group,  dancing to a watusit number;  and IKe StandeOs, who; provide  - Soloist Wilson.Anderson:sang- **e- -rhythm1 for-'_W�� dancers*-  **Walk On'"- to- honor retiring-' performing'the ire-w* MSwimr  Queen' Heavier end for. Queen   Step-.";  < Past   guardian;, Mrs;   Carojj  Cameron;-, presented, and  dediv     ���,-.. .���..������.���. ���������������,    WM.  opted tho Canadian Maple. I-*M] ji^"��;Gttmb.Ev��y ioiS  fllag winch,now replaces the,- ��ccwpaIltad;|^.jI_JtaBtogf,_ttS.  qmon Jftek as the official flag;. te -^ . g^.  } Prior to, tfae Jnstt-uation, Mrs.. '   ju_i, Gattaaixde; retiring? lih*  Marjwy/-Leslie, ijead a> poe$��| rarian, was.-awarded the.-merit'   maintains }p*pari*��� warehouses ,, ^.,^__^.���^  _. r-^���,  ffrom the Book of Ceremoniesft pin-,*,  having, performed the-   across Canada: Iter company    lines*, and possibility, that the  a��,i jnt��wi--,����� tiw haw.ftfflccrs most ontstiffliding. service, dur-    has, more- tjiiuv r,200.v dealers.      haU<im_kt,one>da^baye-to-be  General Motors, of Canada  operates' assembly; and' mano-  facturing plants-at: Ojdtawa and'  that' date* amounted to $127.00.  Other, income necessary for, the  maintenance   and.   payments-  met- has- been.-derived   from,  rentals and. fund raising acti-  ritiesplanoed bx> the, executive,  adiiebf was supported, by- mem*-  _ers   and- the,, community*  ab  larger  - Eaek; of attending members-  Sufficient1 to form* a- quorum de-  layedithe<opening-of the meeting:  Two members,   Mrs.   R;  Mairtand MrsiVRt Lee, voftm-.  teeredi to^eondnetr a. member.,  ship/ drive.-. Their   offer   was  warmly received..  ' Av. letters from; the* school  boardiJYasi read, conveyiiig* thet  inforination^ -recaved'  f^a-io.  their lawyer; that the EHtCpm*.  mimity - Gltib- has- been '��� struck:  off the RefeisterV of*. Companies,,  and' must be < reinstated^befor��  being "able9" tot transact-Jtand^  deals.  The* executive reported  that- there bad been, no reply,  from- Victoria; <to* letteir and*  telegram, sent,- requesting, clarification of, tbe dub's; position^  President: W.. Gamevon* assured  the meeting that, to the, best  of. his, knowledge, the club was.  iit. good, standing, as annual re-,  ports* have- beeiv filed, as. re,-,  qyired.  A> motion; was -passed-thattthe-  dub engager a lawyer; to detei**-  ndnejitscstatding; and1 auttwrity  to^ transfers property,. ''   '  - Request from the centennial  committee for? aoprovali ofi its  proposed project .of. a. park; oh  ctab* iand^-'annr* chtb" agreement'  to maintain same upon expiration of the centennial committee, met with general approval*.  The? secretary? was, instmctedi  to request more specific written, information, fiom* the-, com-.-  mittee,. regarding, land require*  ments and plans. Out to several  factors, proposed7 sale; to school  board), uncertainty of: property  moved'back, it Was thought*ad-  visable that both, the* commit"  tee-and the club.bave^morekin*'  formation. - A map* of' - elute  property is to'- be-sent toj'Qie;  centennial - committee.'- - ���-/->---���..'  Dealing? with > the letter jpassedi  on. to' tbe. meetings ftonr- the  Interaational Power. B6atf A_so*^  ciation- the meetings-' cKreetedt  thatt the associatiom te' itw  formed'that the*hall>woul$.b&  available^ tor their' mentilers>  July 1&  . Since, the. general xneetb^, ��  replyA has been* received^ fjjuxw  the7office oi* the R^istcarcoff  Companies. -The fojttov^n^ iss aJ  ropy- of a��- extract* ironr- the^  tetteR- 'A ' -; j, ~ * >'i - "  {!��&* Bendesv Harbour? Go��_*'  mnm% GmK. r . - . -.��. ~.;  - '^Zrefi^ta' your; lettKr? <��&,,  M&y 277 I'wisb/tOiConfirmitbW  the- aboVe^ society' was^^tttrclt  off the> register on, the* 4tiv o&  Eehrt_ary>' 1960 andf was- restored? to- the ��� register^ aantitsC  9th ofr Marcbr I960.r TnrSOra^y*  is presently* in- goocl5 standing^  as. the> last annual- report* flledr.  is made up to^ the l��ttr>, of  February^ 1965.  and introduced tbe new, officers  who each carried* two small  Qags; the Union Jack and  BJaplc Leaf, which they placiffl  ija slots on the pedestal* of  friendship. __>-  ' Holding office for thc ensu*  IjPB six months ��� are*: .Honored  (jjueen, Judy Brown;. Sr; Prin*  ��jcss, Carol Mylroie; Jr. Princess Phyllis Hauka; Guide Kathy Morrisori1; Marshal, Mar*  Uyn Hopkins;- Chaplain; Dale  Cameron; ^ Treasurer*. Cabdy,  lyicPhcdron;, Recorder, Vickl*  ^ico Franske; Librarian, Marlon Vaughan;' Musician, Deb,  pocknr; 1st Messenger,, Jill.  Goblclgh; 2nd, Mary Gordon;  3rd, Nanette Berdahl; 4th (i>ro.  jflc); ^Sth,. Ireno Htimphrey;  ^.Custodian, Wilnva. Mandcl*  kau; Jr, Custodian, Barh Blake*  man;    lnrior-7 Gtiard}    Oarol  The Ikms  Phono 8QS-9-SS47        '  ing the past six months.  ^mong the many V congratul-;  atoory raessatges- recevicd were."  greetings, fromv Worshipful-Mas,  ter   Mount  Elphinstone  Lodge  130,   Mr.   Joe* O'Brien;   Grand-  1st Principal Royal Arch Mas-  toos, Georgia,Chapter, Mr. Jim'  Parker;  Order of the Eastern;*  Star,-  Pasti Matrim,, Mrs.   R.  Eades; Order of DeMolay, Sr.'  Councillor - J&mes   Mandelkau; i,  Hi   C   United  Church  Group,  Miss Judy Farr.  An enjoyable social evening-  followed-tho ceremony, thc halV  being decorated!with red, white-*  and blue streamers for the occasion;  A New Service  Ifully.grown bottlepose porpoises sometimes weigh mora'  than4 500 pounds.  ��11> f-1* iWww'W' 'ipp if w  * v^kim&u^mto*yte,m$-mto.*M&ii j  �������~(MMsi!^^fi^**Sfljte#l*Hh,  ���^i^W^W"*-rtf'^*l*sH,��W*"h'  T8NGLEVS HI-HEAT  SA&.ES- -and- SERVICE  FOB? YOUR CONVENIENCE  We have installed an automatic  Telephone Answering Machine  Our "ELECTRONIC. SECRETARY will omwor you*  call and record" yowc menage ���i Day or Nigltt;  Giro It a try.   ; i....  , .................  Phono 885-9636 .--���* 855-9332 -��� Socholt, BX.  Driveways, Commercial Properties  T-:  >  i  ALSO  ^.*��S^����WM_tW^^i^i��*ii��lwli.��J3iirf-'* *i��il9*  CRUSHED ROCK, FILL GRAVEL  ���HI ��������* )-*-�� Mi:.4f^, �����+,*< H.�� >WH  PHONB FOR FRBB ESTIMATES  [p  W DEVELOPMENT LTD.  GIBSONS ��� PHONE^8-5-985/  AI  WmttitiMWitMMMmttiMMMmiwtMmimmi  1    I   ��',:J I   .X   i  U)*t  .1 ,'  &  *i  ��� -v  ?! *'  t' i'  ���  ���I it?  ', i:  j ?  f,ii a  0  .i. i  -7!   v^*^Ww^^_^j,-4_i  Page 14     Sechelt Peninsula Times     Wed., June 30, 1965  -',:' ���������      . I..' "I- '��� J.  Davis' Ottawa Diary  By Jack Davis, M.P.  BANKING is a federal responsibility. Also Canadian  law requires tliat the Bank Act be brought up to date  from time to time. Ten years have elapsed since the  last revision. Parliament is now dealing with the legislation which will govern our monetary affairs over the  next decade. '    Several     contentious     issues    an^   sometimes   even   thwart,  must be dealt with. One is the    broader  policies  drawn  up  in  six per cent ceiling on interest    the interests of the  nation as  rates.    Another    is    provincial    a whole,  government ownership and control.. How to increase competition between the banks v and our-  trust  and  loan companies has  also been referred to the Commons   Committee   on  Finance,  Trade and Economic Affairs, to.  resolve before the year -is out.  , The government has decided  to hold the line on the six per  cent   interest   rate.   Mortgage  lending is a notable exception.  In  this respect it ignores  the  findings   of   the   Porter   Royal  Commission   on   Banking.   The  commission said that removing  this barrier would make it attractive for the banks to loan  money  to  smaller  and riskier  Canadian enterprises.  Finance Minister Gordon has  been firm  in other  ways.  He  wants to prevent any other government, be it foreign or pro- .        blocked bv  vincial,   from   cctroUtag   our    Z*2ti%��Zj%Sm3L-  pwwiWiPiwwi-ww m  l|7"V Sf'Bfi  77��fs|f7*  If they are as big as Mr.  Bennett's bank, each will have  to corner all of the savings in  the province to stay in business. The ordinary commercial  banks would disappear. So Ottawa would have to negotiate  directly with the provinces  themselves; Monetary -polity  would then be decided through  the medium of federal-provincial, conferences. F in a n ce s  would give way to political considerations and Canada might  well be in danger of becoming  another "Banana Republic" insofar as its monetary affairs  are concerned.  We need more commercial  banks. We also need banks with  headquarters in Western Canada. Several applications are  already before Parliament. So  We shall have music  MUSIC Supervisor Klyne Headley will be giving instruc- Sechelt elementary  tion on both wind and string instruments to pupils annual awards day  showing aptitude ancf predicts that the area will have a ^vruviT v\��m��ni����� ci���*ni  band aftef four months instruction. Inspecting two of SECHELT Elementary School  the instruments which can be rented are Mrs. D. Sleep,  Mrs. P. Azyan, Mr. Klyne Headley, Mrs: L- Labonte,  Mrs. R. Alsager, and Mr. W. S. Potter.  In four months...  chartered  banks.   The  national  will, he saysy should prevail in  groups in the House of Com-  respect to banking. It should ifim^^'mbii-s^^V-Jney-"  prevail as it does in the United * say' wU g0 on untl1 ^ Bank  So*L the SS Sates and * British Columbia is Passed'  other western countries with a If the Bank Act goes through  record for stability in their fi- in its revised form this log jam  nancial affairs. will be broken. No bill will be  There is much to be said for - necessary; Instead government  Mr. Gordon's stand. Control of will take on the responsibility  the climate for credit is one of    for  incorporation.   So   we  will  the basic weapons of any modern society which aspires to  prosperity at home and financial acceptance abroad. Pro-  vincially owned or provincially  influenced banks are bound to  'pursue provincial ihte^ests. Set  up in Quebec, B.C>, -and; other  provinces   they   would   oppose,  have more banks in Western  Canada. Whether one will be  called the Bank of British Columbia however, depends on  Victoria. It could in the launching of a B.C. owned bank, or  banks, as long as it does not  insist on provincial ownership  and control.  New music supervisor  predicts school band  HAVING requested a meeting with parents and interested youngsters of School District 46, in relation to the  forthcoming music program to be offered during the  coming school year; recently appointed Music Superva-   were as foUows; Age 6-7 yrs.,  sor Klyne Headley; mu_4; have been somewhat dismayed-1^^^^  at the poor attendance of 16 people. David Lamb; age 8-9 yrs.t Su-  Mr. Headley said that a re-      san   Jorgenson,   Laurie   Allen  cent survey in the Langley dis-    TV     ��� <_���-.-_..���*__   ~-l     and ?aul Kent; age 10"U y^?���'  trict showed that a very small    ��" OUT   OCOUlS   SCI     Karen Parsons and Mike Evans; age 12 and over, Wendy  Brapkett, Terry Newshaip and  Chuck Poteet.  annual award presentations  were made Wednesday.  Citizenship awards went to  Cathy Campbell, Grade 1; Debbie Campbell, Grade- 2; Lynne  Oiker Grade 3; Arthur Hoefs-  loot, Grade 4; Pamela GrossT  Grade 5; Shelly Ridgewell,  Grade 6; Terry Stewart, Grade  7 and Terry Newshara, Grade  8.  Scholarship awards went to  Janice Midlen, Grade 4; Warren Allan, Grade 6; Donna Nelson and Dean Driscoll, Grade  7.  Athletic  award presentations  Expense problem-..  library plans change  new  SPEAKING on behalf;of the library board, Reg Adams  v told Council of Gibsons it is now the opinion of  the board they would be taking on too great a commitment by moving into the basement of the new, municipal  biding at this 1 time.  eh to iise of the1 basement for  the museum, pending official  letter of application from the  society. .     \  NAME  CHANGE ;,  Mr. Peterson also V spoke at  length against the proposed  dropping of the landing from  Gibsons Landing. One of his  objections , being that, he iclt  a number of projects going to  Sechelt, such as the hospital,  breakwater; "���etc.'' could have  soine bearing on the fact tho  landing was no longer, being  used,  Councillor Drummond failed  to sec any connection In this  respect stating any such projects going to Sechelt were  mainly duo to geographical location.  .Thanking council for making  the quarters available Mr. Adams explained the cost, of  equipping the baisement for library use would put too great  a burden upon the board, which  had consequently decided to remain in the present building.  Mr. Adams then suggested  the council might care to consider allowing the museum society use of the basement. They  were hoping to take over the  library building when the board  moved Into the municipal building. This of course will no  longer be possible,  Les Peterson also spoke to  council on behalf of the museum society and outlined the  plans for the museum.  Tentative approval was glv*  ftomember* A,  only YOU can..  :ifgp^-r PREVENT  :** FOREST FIRESI  NEW  SIDEWALK  Desplto a previous assurance  by Mr. Underwood of tlio Department of Public Works that  a sidewalk would,be construct*,  cd around the corner of the  new Gibsons 1 Park, his under*  study, Mr, McMillan has ad*  vised council It was not the in*  -tcntton-ot '"thc-dopartmtont" to"  Install  sidewalks.  ���     ,     .    ,  Councillor Fceney felt council should carry out the work.  "Someone will bo gelling clip*  ped there ono day," ho said.  Chairman Alt Rltchoy agreed  and suggeslcd tenders be obtained.  Curb will r extend- from tho  Bank on Marino around <to tho  mil on Iho upper road,  percentage of children consid  ered music or art as playing an  important role in the improvement of their community, however they were acutely conscious of safety, recreation  and sports.  Outlining the music program,  Mr. Headley expressed the opinion that all children should  be exposed to music and given equal opportunity to develop music appreciation but a  successful musician is born  with a basic ear for music and  a sense of, rhythm. Grades one  to four would receive class pi-;  aiio and singing, learning to  read music in grade five when  instruments would be introduced. Children would be selected  for the band according to interest and aptitude.  ,     Instruments could be purch-  1','ased outright or rented for $3.50  to  $6.00  per   month.   Applications for rentals would need to  be received before October 1st  which was ono reason why thc  supervisor was anxious to meet  ^parents at an early date. Instruments recommended in the  elementary  school  were,  clarinet, flute, trumpet, cornet, violin, and 'cello,  Mr, Headley stressed that  children need the , co-operation  of ihe family when studying  ihuslc and suggested that parents should form an auxiliary  to tho band group. Any stud*  cnt who has studied piano  should have no difficulty ln  taking up another Instrument  and Mr, Headley predicted that  there would be a school band  in the area after four months  of instruction,     ,  Further meetings with...par-,  cnts will bo arranged early in  September. ,  as pall hearers  FUNERAL service for eight-  year-old Linda Lou Fodchuk,  who so tradgically lost her life  in the fire which completely  destroyed the home of her parents in West Sechelt, was held  in the Family Chapel of the  Harvey Funeral Home, Gibsons at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday,  June 26th with the Rev, James  Fergusson officiating.  Pall-bearers were four scouts  from the 1st Sechelt Company,  Greg and v Bobby Hayes, Peter Hansen and Mark Rennie,  NEED A CAR?  NEW or USED  TRY  Peninsula  Motor Prod.  ���,.,,,;.,,,:SECHItTrB.C.,*7.i,,;:V.;  Ph. 885-2111  - Ted Forewell  "I saw it in  The Times  ff  m   m   m  MAKE REPAIRS  When a tiny speck appears  on a tooth, It may moan that  dental carles havc attacked because visits to the dentist have  been neglected, In order to  save tho tooth. It Is Important  that repairs bo made beforo  *"tho'"spot penetratesV the enamel, while it-Is still visible only  Jn tho dentist's mirror,'  Regular subscribers to The Sechelt Peninsulo Times don't miss a thingl They know  what's being offered by their local stores,  they know what their neighbors are doing,  they know where to find a bargain, and  they know what's going on in socials, entertainment, shows, and so on. Join the  growing list of people who are supporting  your community newspaper by becoming  a regular subscriber. You'll get your  paper regularly and conveniently by mail,  every week.   '  ���CLIP THIS COUPON-  No. 6  Yos, I'd llko to bo a rooular subscriber to Tho Sechelt Penlmulo  Tlmos and support my community nowspoper,  Enclosed Is choquo   Q   M/O   Q   for $.��� :...���..  NAME .....�����..  T  ,l~,   '  APDRESS  M  <tf ���-*-** (MH* �����  l-*��-����*������" ��<��������*��������� 1  ���-V  PUEASE CHECK! "'."'  Now ���    Renewal Q  " Subscription Ratett  1 year $3 - 2 ycara $9-3 year* $13  ���tB-ns:  A1AII, OR BRINC5 TO; '       ���        ' "~'A -'  S-chelr Peninsula Times, Son 3fil( Sechelt, - B.C,  ��m-mnii,iii^ii.ii��,i n ni.n ... i ,u... .mi ,, ,   ,1 ,,^.  ,nm~* *w"(+t#r��'*�� '.���(i��-*���fl����-.i^.i��.  -���f ��K��'I*^  ���UWwhH-ti  * *. ' >  is ���v-   j���"-rj-*     -.>o'   rt<*  ��   w  .��*-��   ������.��*���  -fc ��"  ��AVISJBay mothers attended a ".farewell -tea" organ-   C,--�� _^ ��.__���w_?_ ,   \/_-_.._-_���%  ized by the Mothers' Group as a gesture of appre-   OQWMMtGly     I OwS  <:iation to p&ncipail -Mrs. Maicgar^t Sater and Teacher * ^  '  Mrs. #ady -Parish .who ,w$H not be teaching tat ;the school  went "year. In-the group *are, *back -row 'from left, Amra!  _\  **�����by Maurice Hemstreet  Wed. June 30 1965 Page 15, ,  Sechelt Peninsula Times "  Surprise pariy ;>  in appreciation  A SURPRISE farewell partr  was held Jin o ^the activity-  room of < Sechelt .Elementary  School Wednesday when mothers and children .gathered to  show their appreciation! to kin-,  dergarten teacher Mrs,--Jessie  Hall who- will not he returning*  next year. r ^. -'   "' .-  Mrs. Hall was seated on '.a -  special   chair   of   honor,   sur-J  rounded oy her devoted little  students to receive ,a corsage ',"  and^gifts, while mothers were  busy arranging jjafly decoratedA  tables for the tea .which follow* -  ed.  Mrs.  Doreen " Nestman   had'  baked and iced two cakes for  the occasion. One was for Mrs.  'Hall "decorated  in   pink   and ���  white icing with a farewell ones- __  .age, school and children- ,The  other cake, for ihe little 401k, ._  was iced elephant^sbapetiLcake.'  -complete with peanut toe nails,  which was quickly demolished.  The party bad been arranged  ���by Mrs. *\ Hall,' Mrs. L. Goeson,   and  Mrs.   M.   McTavish-.  Simmons, Gladys Ritchie, Peggy West, Mary Marcrcrft,   WELL, HELLO fellow square dancersl Pull up your  *i*My lent .her beautiful china  Sylvia McNutt, Loraane .Conroy, *GuUie McLeod, Joanne     -    suspenders and _it a spell while J try to bring to   ��or the very special event.  Van >De -.Meeberg, l-aura^Crick, Dorcas ��>uffy, Frances - -H-M a few things that are going to terpen in -the neai  Betts, TJay Moore, (Emily Stroshein and Mabel Wag-   iuture.    USE  TIMES CLASSIFIED  man, Front,/JRryllis Pearson, Sue Woods, Dot-Spencer,  Margaret Slater, Judy Parish and Ann De Kleer.  Wilson Creak notes  PAREWBLL Tea���A farewell  tea was held at the Davis  Bay School, June 21, Monday  afternoon, in honor of Mrs. Judy  Parish and Mrs1. Margaret'Slater. Many mothers attended  and-enjoyed $ nice time^toge-  ther and as a token cif their  appreciation a gold and silver  cup aod saucer was given to  them.  >Mrs. .Parish taught for four  years at this school and Mrs.  Slater for three years at which  they had spent -many long hours  overtime, in the evenings and  ���-By -Mabel Wagman  ton ihe -weekends.  A -thanks of appreciation  goes out to Tail those who put  forth their "tune and effort to  To start with, July -first at  Gibsons is a must for every-  -one who 4s interested in being  a part of, or even seeing one  *of -the "best 'first >e�� /Julys lhat  - Oibsons will nave ever put on.  The-xlay .will -start .early and  finish late with, something to  catch the eye of everybody, so  Tceep tins date open, July 1,  1965, -Oh, yes,- square - dancing  -from 7 -till 9 p.m. with-the-Gib-  natoW'tfHir-a success ��,*, so^  __ua-_ffl-diek  penally,to Mrs. Ann DeKleer,  Mrs: Lorraine Canroy and "Mrs-  Ron Spencer.  .Vince Mitchell, who has kindly-donated ~ius time for janitor  work at the Wilson Creek Community seeks relief from his  job Which takes up most of his  time. If anyone who wishes to  take on this responsibility  please get in touch with Vince  Mitchell.  At Richmond  THE ROYAL Canadian Legion has appointed .Don Bas-  , ham, 1072 Larsen, North Vancouver, as meet director for the provincials finals at Richmond, B.C., July 30-  "31: and August 1.  ���   'th^Norwwtm Sub, hoTbccn    Linda Loll Fodchvk  ^coaching   for   five   years.   A  graduate of the .lnacrnatlonally  fnoious  Legion  Gnelph  Coach*  ;'ing  Clinic,  ho  will  return  to  Guelph after Richmond for ad-  Vyanccd tralntpg, Aug. 18 to 28i  lie will co-ordinate all track  'PASSED aw a y accidentally  June.22,��-1985, Linda Lou Fodchuk in her eighth year, of Se*  chelt, B.C. Survived by her  mother and stepfather, three  brothers, Allen, Robert and  Garnet and grandparents, Mr.  The recreation "committee is  contemplating open air square  dancing in Sechelt every Saturday night, starting the early  part of July. Keep an eye on  this paper for further development, thank you.  Here is a date that was a  real square dancers' paradise,  it was on March 18, 1961���The  Gibsons Squarenaders joined the .Sechelt Promenaders at  St. Hildas "Hall for a St. Patricks square dance. Six squares  made the hall bulge at the  seems. Callers were Harry  Robertson, Bill Morrison, John  Brandys, Jack Inglis, and  yous truly. Much appreciated  by the Promenaders were the  green ties that Gladys Parish  made for the occasion. Out of  four tries I managed to get one  picture of Harry Robertson on  the callers' dias. It says in my  notes that 1 bought a new camera. Well I guess I did, but I  have an even . better camera  now.  Being a volunteer fireman  and (this means no pay, hard  work   and   quite   often   long  hours) I must take time out to  .mention that the ^ire at Emer-  sons* property was one -of the  worst tragedys to have occurred* in our fire area. When we  ^arrived  on  tbe   scene  it  was  impossible to put the fire out  (but we did .haul load after load  of water to cool the fire down  and /keep  it  from   spreading.  "Now the point I want to make  .is that >the sightseers still insist on parking their  cars ?in  -the-road of the fire trucks then  ���proceed to get in the way -4>f  the firemen.  I -don't want to brag at this  time, ibut our volunteer firemen are quite well trained and  are covered by insurance. But  ���-I don't -believe they .are covered if they are tripped by a bystander. I think it is high time  something was done about this  situation and I would .like the  public to pass on any ideas it  may (have on how to rectify  this situation.  Well, that's about all tor now  so -I'll see you at the square  dance on July 1, Sunnycrest  Plaza Gibsons Landing,' on the  Sunshine Coast.  New citizens  LOITZ���To Mr. and Mrs. Walter Loitz, Gibsons, B.C., a son,  born June 18, 1965 at St. Mary's  Hospital, Sechelt, B.C.  GRAF���To Mr. and Mrs. Joe  Graf, Madeira Park, B.C., a  daughter, born June 19, 1965  at St. Mary's Hospital, Sechelt,  B.C.  'HBIIVl  j  BANISH YOUR  fl  HEATING SLUES  J WJTM  ��� iiKtm  HEM by  KB  f  1  I  0  t  MARKB* Built-in .  (Electric Heating'will  ���warm chilly rooms aod  hard-to-heat.areas  jo your-home���- <   .-  ...economically,  easily.  <�����  ,an,(l field events; although his .^.ftM.,M(r*,���,GJ,i<T.v Nelson, Sechelt,  ���'specialty Is ...sprinting*-*���.,���Wff3^^ift*^��"B.C:;,���..^M^^iMMJI '��� Mrs..' -G. Sully, v*  ; against Jorome at the Olympic.>:, /Saskatchewan. Funeral���'���smtaic\v>  'trials, 19C0, at Saskntoo-i'Cur*    was  held ���������S��turt-wl,,;-^i^tf'>^;;?   ,;iTontly.\ihe:Jitf.w^^  Indent of B.C. Tra��}k and\*m   Family ^h��pl8l-f��T(<iirVcy-Wi^  -ft*. H* i(1^5m��.��!ft��*to-��i*VW��'��}J*,5t��  Association,  ��� ��� The < nicot will ibo hoatcd again  i-by.' Legion branch No; 5,1 Blch*  >mond.' iLawt year 984 competitors took part and 32 now <rec*  or(|s wore 8Qt, 7vV.���*���,:!��� ���>,!.A':.-.,  ���   Again this meet will iproduco  (provincial champions In all ago  oral Home, Gibsons, B.C. Interment, Seaview Cemetery, ttov.  James Fergusson officiated. ,  USE TIMES CLASSIFIED  *���*���#*,'*���*, ta^M-Ammiw  Tfho Legion Is sponsoring the  TDnhtam and Midgetvdaascs in  cooperation with tho B.C. Ju*  >nln,r track and field .champion*  !flh|ps777," ���..������..,-.  ,   VI It Important 4b��t all ��th*  ��ot��i, official* and  coocho. bo,  /rvgliUr-ftd at''Pbclflc'Command,  H<y., 1531 W. C��oroUr Mancou-,  '���vor, and only fon����� w|nntn .'or ,  Iholia who havn m*d�� A ��*and*  . aril .will rtbo .allBlbkto comjpfto  in tha finals.  NEW or USED  TIRT  Peninsula  vM(^  SECHELT, B.C.  Pf., 005.2111  �� Ted fanytal\,  1  JWAKIYOMR  '���/:-riiih-.''^'.;,'V''.  ELBinflKiiB.HeA1:  Znzr'r  Thia fa tho time of year to undortako those  < outside chores. For your building require-  monts it is ��� p -��� ;i��.,,.-  GULF BUlLbiiSSG .SilPPUES  Phono 885-2283 '  Socholt, B.C.  a  1  i  1  a  k  -��4��K U* Now ..,  "W IT NOW  PAY liATER!"  ri  ���Call-UsiNow .v..'for FREE .  TConiultaiorVEilinidt^r4  1  I  1  1  _S��w  *  %,^��**0*��*Bfifi4-a��im  YourMarkol Contractor  WcPHEORAM  .tM!  ���'4'  r  .1 ../......'...'EtECTWC,   z<  Sunnycrest Flora    j��*  1 Gibson*, B -C,:J8W-968f  ���Bl MM IBH IBH| RBM| PWH PM^ ^^^ 1^-^*1 awai^ pp*f ^  A *��- L  n"  Poge 16     Sechelt Peninsula Times     Wed., June 30,1965  The Reader's Right  Letters to the Editor must carry a signature and address, although a  pen-name may be used for publication.  of pubhc works on May 1, 1964.  In that statement the minister  said this matter was .under con-  Disposal costly  Editor, The Times:  Sir���We  have   been   in   the s-_eration and it is still under  practice   of   disposing   of   our consideration. A policy will be  garbage in the municipal dump announced   in   due   course    It  and now find that the gate has was    not    announced    at    the  been locked. After enquiry, we  find that there is no place to  dispose of garbage other than  this MunicipalJDum^and,;Won-  ��� der where'we shoiild now go.  'Of course there is .always the  bush but that is against the  law, unsanitary and unhealthy  meeting   to   which   my   Hon  friend refers."  1 do not intend to say very  much   about   these_ published  statements other than to point  out that for one thing Mr. Pearson obviously by explanation by  Mr  Davies, states that the re-  Most people lacking a Publl<;    marks were made in reference  dumping ground will dispffse of    t0 a speech made by the raini-  ' it on the side of the road. ster of pubhc works on May 1, r.  Then  again  you   can   avail    1964  If this were true why did   W/4  yourself of <a costlier form of    Mr   Davis take a full year to  disposal but we think if peo-   let his constituents know about  pie have a conveyance to do it    it7  themselves, and want to, there Also, the prime minister  is no reason why they should makes the point that the news-  not be allowed to do so. paper report was only report-  Also there is the problem of ing an answer period m a meet-  summer residents disposing of ing at West Vancouver It  their garbage . looks hke someone convenient*  In keeping with the idea of ��? *��** to mention the quoted  "Keep B.C. Green and Beauti-   . }����f   ��   the   Sechelt   Times  Looks >like   a   normal  Liberal  memory, lapse.  ful"  it is our opinion that  a  public garbage dump should be  arranged   for,    and    residents  and , .t^  whereabouts.  Scenes of beaut"  Let me point out a news item     . -rrxnnrr%-.    - .. . *���__.*  of last Christmas in the Van-   ANOTHER of the numerous views of scenic beauty of  whicfrthe Pender Harbour area abounds. This view  couver   Sun   "quoting   Premier  Until some agreement can be    Smallwood    of   Newfoundland,    looking out over the Indian Islands with Texada Island  reached with the  Provincial   that> he Wa^ high "* his Pr*ise   in the background, was .taken from Farrington Cove,  Government,    the    Municipal   ��*   Fisheries    Minister   Robi-   near Irvings' Landing.  Dump should be reopened for    <*aud because the fishing in-  public use dustry   of   Newfoundland   was  w~o ������.��, .��^r,��^x,     promised $50 million?.onepara-  MBS. STAN ANDERSONr^  MRS. JAN NEUBAUER    tain provision for a drastic improvement in facilities for fish-  No kiddina ermen such as a marine slip-  _,..      _   ._. way   which   will   enable   ship  E&tor   The Times: owners ^ overhaul && ves.  ^"^.^..^"LSJf8"6 J?    seIs without leavi��g t���� Prov-  ^     - ...... ��-, ��  ������    ince."  ,    your paper you printed a re  port of statements of Mr. Norm  r Watson of Sechelt C of C in  which he states that he is in  receipt of a letter from Mr. J.  Davis with the following quote.  "In reference, tov the; break-  Water proposal,"believe it or  not, an overall policy will soon  Beach party . ;  ends bowling  THE teq  pin  bowling  league  ended their year of bowling  with -a beach party hosted by  *Mr.  ard  Mrs,  Pat Mullen of  West Sechelt.  Winners 10 pin boiling:  Team winners: Mr; and Mrs.  Bill Raffle. Sharon Keeley, Bill  Em        '   ""���::���    "-"r'-' ^'V  average:  Doreen Mid-  Now I ask you, if Mr. Robi-  chaud can get such a vast fi-'  nancial   assistance   for   Newfoundland,   surely  someone  as  close to. the ear of our prime ,    ,           *   ,   *      .  minister as his Parliamentary W unorganized'areas ^ Auxiliary also  serv-  Tic,   an nvpra��� mnnv w���. snon    Secretary Mr. Davis, could get an  improvement  district. _d pap and ice cream  to all  S? IL  mr of   hJ   aX?   $250,000 dollars apiece for Se- In order ���to-.do this it is nee- children 4nd; after school was  Roberts Creek News  ���by Florence McSavaney  MR. CLARE Foster of the Provincial Fire Marshall's  office was invited to attend a meeting, hield in the  Community Hall Thursday to find out whatrif anytilihg,   i^^t^Sg  ^ouldbfe Vd6tte abdut ffrs |^tec(iion ih^#iis7area. Thi^\A^^^::^^^^'^^^--  seems to have been more firesViri this area of late than   (ladles),    G o rdon    McCourt  the average. ~������~���! = (men's)'  Mr. Foster was of the opin-    Doug   Oram,   Linda   Williams       Higft single: Etta Dooley, flill  ion tbat the wisest procedure    and John Slinn. Raffle.  Mcst     improved     average:  Geneva  Raffle,  Fraser Raffle,  Star   bowler  over-all:   Mrs,  chelt   and   Gibsons  for  better    essary to  circulate a  petition    out served tea for the teach-    Doreen Mullen.  more About  Tnd^forwfrdTf^ t0  "^ ^-^ opinion of ^    ers. Special feature was a cake  doctrination of an entirely new    vW    urate-    breakwater    at    pubUc and if 51 per cent or ov-    especially baked by Vina, Bee  minister of public works) they  have managed to clear a refer  Port   Renfrew   on ; the   West   er are in favor then permis-    man and decorated with wish-  Coast    of    Vancouver    island    sion can be requested from the    es for a Happy Holiday.  Swim classes  from page 1-  ��nrinm  -vhioh  ha<! thi 7iinnnrt    where many a fisherman's life    attorney-general's  office.  Then       Special event to keep in mind    nt ���-������������_������. .-,���. -ilw. ���,,, ���,������  e"du^w.mch hasJhe..suP*^rV.ic.m,���oiJo��rf���r h��  imnrr-vpmAnfHi��*trirt .can    *��.  �����_   .������_,_.   i-   *\Z*   ����^��r.    of complaints that the old glue  of   the   department   of   trans- is in real danger,  port, the department of fisher* From the above I jii$t have  ies and the treasury board as to wonder who is kidding who?  well."   Your   article   goes   on _c. TB.  SHANNON  ^he  improvement district vcan    for  this   week  is   the   garden    LZTimibT,       .'��?  .  'K^mV&S&J*    P-ty at the home^ofth? Rob-    [TeZso^Z SI, ^X  much further.  However, I would like to refer you to Hansard, the factual  copy of the record in the House  of Commons, , page 1510. The  following question was asked  by Mr, T, S. Barnett, ;MP.  Progressive Conservative  Candidate,  (Coast-Capilano.  MORE ABOUT . . .  Chamber ofComi  'Mr, Speaker, in the absence   from page 1���  of thc minister of Public works  setting up a fire protection sys  tern  under the department of  ���lands.;.and,fcrests, a..\ZA,  Financing then would be taken, care of through a ,-tax, i lev*  ied! againstVproperties and^^^p^  oyer a period of 10 years or  more^ depending on what sec*  med advisable, Mr. Foster said  that usually, the first year pre  ert Cummings. This is always  ���a highlight of the summer season as it gives guests an opportunity to visit this lovely  garden, which is a real show  place.  -- ...     " sented the most difficulties but  I   should   like   to   address   a tended    words   of   thanks   to , that after plans were actually  - question to the prime minister ,brealcw.at1er icha,rman  for  the being done, they would support  arising   out j of , the   reported-, i>��rt he had played in bringing the project, both physically and  ��� statement Ade-by-his-parlia^tto-��ght-ioi^aJ^ ..     . _____   mentary   secretary,   the   Hon. successful  conclusion.  He  was  Member for^^ Coast-Capllano, supported  by  Bob ^Jormlngton  Mr. Jack Davis. I should like who said he appointed Mr. Wat  an eyesore, He said: "Apart  frcm being an eyescre, there is  little wc can do. It is fairly  sclid structurely but docs require some extra supports ufy  dcrneath."     7'  , (    It was explained there is only cne way out of tho, build*  Sixteenth    century -  medicine    Ing in thc event of fire and  relied heavily upon burning in*    that possibly the fire marshal!  cense and swallowing strongly    would have  something to say  spiced medicines.                         op tbe matter, ''  TWILIGHT-THEATRE  It is hoped he is right and  that when the potltipn Is being  to ask tlie prime mlmsTer" wire: fon  to  the, position  when  he*   �����*Xat temnoTill a5d  ther   thc   Hon.   Member   was .himself, was  chairman of the   wcck8 that everyone  will add  speaking on behalf of the gov- bonrd of trade,  ernmciU in announcing a new two-MAN  STORE  policy with respect to thc con*  their name to the list. Anyone  willing to do son*e canvassing  In their neighborhood would be  Notification has been rccolv-   imuch appreciated by the com*  f;^cr2t?iT���ft,Lftihs^' -j^uSiiqiw        wi&r^d& cum*   -",..��., f��, s��t, i, %, 3  bL-^nd^lirtl^Sm^Iu*   ,ng   representaUon8;from7thcVGIbsanw ,  tho House of tho highlights of ���fln Ptl ihl toL\ 11��,mJ' mmhw, ��lM y0unRer rcsid"  this new program, with partleu* i"e �� ���^^fSis bio This '. S* ��f\*? ,AT iavc,t?k?  Iar  reference to'how It  may'��� JufV^Ht'J tISmnn ;��^ md lt k  apply to the provision of faelit* ^ ,U?ng In nVe saTfacK' ���hP"?l*tetiH W,lU RCt ,morft flU,)'  ties for pleasure crnft?" {z,7���,'"K '" .moro ����us����cl��ry   port than hnfl been given some  opening hours.  projects In tho past.  Tho following Ih the reply of  the prime minister, thc Right , WELCOME VISITORS            ,. _. _.,.,_   BV^������,er.^  Hon.    Lester    Pearson.    "Mr,      Ted OHorno,  commenting on C^,T  .NO   EXERCISES  ftpeaker, I have bcen in com*   charter  buses  which  frequent ��� ;L,0SinH exercises were no^a  ^.munlcntlon with tho lion, Mem*    tho  district   ��t   tlihi   tlmo  of -flt, Robwls,Creek  school last  bcr (Mr, Jack Pavls) concern,   year,  said  ho  felt Homo  ar- Thursday.'Book prizes for pro*  cd,   my   parliamentary   flccro* ��� rangoments   should   bo   made Iclcncy   donated   by   Parents  lury, who Informs mo he did   whereby tho visitors are greet- Auxiliary , were,   awarded , to:  not   announce   any   jwllcy   on   cd by H^mconc who could ad- Gen^oa l and 2; Andrew Hurtle  breakwaters or small boat har* < vino nnd direct them. ��"(1 Wayne Beihnm, Grades 2  Iwrs; that ho wn�� taking part      A member pointed out that nnd  3:   David  Fromager   nnd  in Vancouver; that he discus-   before this could bo acconip* Paulino Smith.  Grades \  and  scd the importance of this mat*   llshed satlfifactorlly, a few fa* ���>���' CArol ai��d .Town Blomgren,  ,\w gcnornlly-and referred  lo    pintles whould bo established In * Shelley   Daaroth   and   Corinno  tho statement ot tlio minister   Iho village first, , PaqueUo,   Grades   0   and   7:  GIBSONS Phono 886-2827  Now fully operational with new 35 mm  equipment and extra large screen  Doors open 7:45 p.m. - Show starts 8:00 p.m, v ,  It-W^etSo^GIrte,;  f��owm9K0  r"ii  cctci  DAVE CLARK FIVE  Mon., Tuos,, Wed,, $, 6, 7  |;HoVir/*fd they ,liy��rJ  ! linage a movieiiof  in* 'ill"'TO    >hiill  iii'lt'dv,",, ,,,    ' l     1  '���" ',,( l u  FOR' '  4 ,, am \t,  _w>! nm   ,  f^VOfWMt "  iti  ?Oi  'ft  >^ *  r  r  m  M  m  pi  ��59  y%&  '4  /I  ft  M  u  CHILDREN'S SPECIAL SATURDAY MATINEE  Doors opon 1:45 p.m. -���-Shows  starts 2 p.m.  Gone Aurry In "THE MOUNTIES"  ALSO PART 6~~"LOST PLANET"  7  l)�����^i*��S{^d��i��ltJW��MBw(tJ3:T**;  M  ww>fH*-MwwxH*nfmnrwtnrinn*tnn*Z.  i (-* | jiy ""*��� ^'M^tWnfh  H. 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