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PI  -f-  renkwiifer  scjiediiled for spring  .FIVE YEARS-of hard^work ih a bid to obtain federal  U    ass^stancie for a breakwater in Sechelt, by Norm  Watson, Chamber of Commerce Breakwater Chairman,  ���terminated Monday with the announcement by MP Jack  .Davis that work would commence next spring on thle  $250,000 project.  At the public meeting, held  -Monday, June 21 in Sechelt, the  'member for Coast-Garibaldi announced, his 'government had  'adopted a new "attitude toward  -such things' as harbor improvement and under -the new - act,  the/Sechelt Breakwater would  be the first project in B.C.  .The post of* a quarter of a  million dollars, had been assessed   by   the   dept,   of   public  works. "Surveying will be completed this fall and construction  will start in the spring," said  Mr. Davis.  Commencing at tbe rock point  at Selma Park, the breakwater  jwitl extend about 300 feet out  in a Westerly direction before  turning and continuing a further 300 feet toward Sechelt.  Enclosed within it's confines  will be* two floats 10 feet in  width and 200 feet in length.  ���Both breakwater and floats  may be extended as future requirements demand.  The question of access raises  no problem, for .both the Indian  band and the Department of  Indian Affaire have agreed Ao  co-operate fully.-  >*  Mr, Davis himself took up  the cudgel ion behalf of the  breakwater project, ��� carrying  out extensive investigations and  invited comments from fish  packers,, and many individuals,  before preparing a comprehensive brief with which he waged  battle with the various governmental departments concerned.  , While making his" announcement, he .was profuse with his  congratulations to Mr. Watson,  who' he said, had played the  major part in bringing the project to a successful conclusion.  Recommending formation of  a committee to pursue ways  and, means by which the district  might benefit from the ARDA  scheme, Agricultural Rehabilitation Development Administration, Mr, Davis explained;  25  .million dollars is available .as  the   federal   share   of   the  scheme.. An   equal   amount  comes from the provinces.  .   New name for .ARDA will- be  -Rural   Rehabilitation   Act,   its  ���basic function being to provide  maximum opportunity' for self-  betterment to our  rural  people. In order 4�� raise 4he standards of living of people in the  rural areas, opportunities must  be increased for income  and  employment.  Originally the scheme dealt'  primarily with agriculture, the  government has- revamped its  thinking and now takes in rural  areas which, have .to depend on  other sources of, income. This  will include harbor improve,  ments, fishing, fish, process operations and many other undertakings.  Joint recreation  committees meet  memoraoie occasion ���,.  VISIT to the district by the Hon. Les Peterson was a Rrafipll   IfiQ'Wfa?  success despite a poor turnout to the public meet- ��U*<***V��  J-Uy OUlO  ing. He w^s entertained.in Sechelt at an afternoon cof- i.���2. <t��"| flfl ���!---���������Ji  REPRESENTATIVES    from   fee party and is pictured, taking, time out'to sign the I WO $1UU * 9. WoT QS  Port Mellon, Roberts Creek,- visitors book .in * the-Secfcelfc^village ��� office. From left," Awnw -iiSriftbV;i^;,V  *** ��- __*_,_ ,___,    lsahel Dawson, Mrrp^terso^^rs^^eterson amThost     'cTnadTan i��E has set up  Christine Johnston. ,-r: ;*_- ^ two   special   scholarships   for  students���graduating  from   El-  Secbelt and Redwell (joint com  mittee, of Redrooffs and Welcome Beach) "recreation committees met in Sechelt last  week for the first meeting of  the Central Recreation Commission,  Joe Benner was elected  chairman, Mrs. F. McSavaney  secretary and Mr, Harris of  Port Mellon treasurer.  ���' The purpose of the Central  Commission was discussed,  which is to plan and co-ordinate a program throughout thc  peninsula and administer the  small government grant' for  the operation of the office in  Sechelt.'  No definite date was set for  'the next meeting which will be  held late July or early August  when it is hoped to co-ordinate  plans for the fall program.  Future M.L.A, . . .  Isabel Dawson praised  for untiring activity  'WITH THE dust of .Williams Lake, Bella Coola and  Ocean Falls still on her shoes, our energetic fourth  vice-president of the Social Credit League Isabel Dawson returned to the peninsula in time to conduct Minister of Education Hon. Les Peterson and his wife on a  whirlwind tour of the area.   Approach firemen . . .  Steamship Co. replies  on demolition refines  BELATED, letter to ; the Union Steamship Company,  '     drawing attention to tl>e dilapidated condition of the  ,* old store at the corner of inlet and Boulevard, received  a prompt reply from the company, last week.  "".Village Clerk E. Rnyner ro*  i^^alf*i(#^WWJ����*;1l'*1^*t'i"��f'ii*M*Bi  ppiftcd to council he hnd bcen  Informed the ��� company wns  Hware'"of tho situation and was  presently considering best  means of demolition. It liaci In  fact Approached the flro department, with the sugij;eBtk>n  firemen might care to burn the  structure, down as n menu*} of  flrfiptr^i*'**^*^*****^^^  of commerce of its intention of  visiting tho, district later In tbe  fall,        v.'.   "���/���.'.���.���.'.'���.".-���V'1. ������''  Question of when are the road  pavers duo to arrive, was agnliv  brought up.       :���".        "��  The* clerk ; rcplic4 ; ho iiridor*/  stood  the  compnny,  Scotland  After driving over the newly  hard topped roads, visiting St.  Mary's Hospital and both Gibsons and Sechelt municipal offices, the visitors, who were  also accompanied by.the pres*  ident of the provincial socrcd  league, George Driediger were  entertained at an informal din*  ner, by the board of school  trustees.  Introducing ijhQ minister to a  select gathering of councillors,  teachers, school trustees and a  few members of the public at  a meeting to which dhe public  had been Invited, the chairman,  Vince Bracewell commented  that arrangements to bring the  Minister to the area had taken  "..twpVyoarfl. ���,������ ���,.,������'  Mrsi Dawson's deep and un��  'tiring'.interest in tho community once again drew praise  from Mr, Driediger who hoped  the electorate would show its  Appreciation by electing hor to  represent the MncKon7.1o Rid*  Ing In the next election,  About 05 per cent of the pub*  to have reason for visiting the  Sunshine Coast, the large territory he had to cover made  his  visits infrequent.  Any concern that parents  may have experienced regarding the future of young people  was quickly dispersed after  viewing the slides showing the  multitude of opportunities available to -high School graduates of this province.  phinstone Secondary this-year*.  These awards will go to students who are sons or daugfa  ters' of veterans and who - are  going on to vocational'and commercial training in one of the  provincial schools or other institutions approved by the selection committee.  The successful students will  each receive a $100.00 scholar*,  ship to assist them in the ex*  penses of their courses.  Mr. Lome Smith, head of the  Industrial Arts Department at  Elphinstone, and also secretary  of Branch 109 in Gibsons, will  select the two students from  those applying for the scholarship who show by their i school  achievement and good citizenship to be most deserving of  the award. ,  At the fall graduation this  September, the scholarships will  be awarded the two fortunate  students. i       "���   _______ ���  Two performances . . . : ;  Sky Divers scheduled  for Gibsons July 1  MOST EVENTS are now finalized for tlio Gibsons July;  1 celebrations, this time expected to be the greatest  attraction hdld on tl>o peninsula for many years, with  program scheduled to run from 9:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m^  The cross country race starts  at 9;30 a.m. from the Sunny*  crest   Plain   and   tho' Scooter  and, Adamson, was presently nt   ,,^.i���     ����,^-,v*J����i-J��������v-Pri��^m,*K��-"nt*vinv^*,ri-hwTirth^rH?^  Giharnir*nnaHKSv  ^^la'^lioT^Mrftvor SocIaI* Ofcdlt,���� ��� said   Derby at 10:30 a.m, at tne uo*  Chairman A. Johnston sold  this would not bo practical at  this time duo to the proximity  of dthor buildings which would  create too great., a hazard,  i What is assumed to bo pinna  (for n feature coverage of the  district, nro In the offing,; following r fetter to council from  CIIKK-TV- Victoria; Hooking cooperation of council In notify-  4ngrgroup��svich as-thochnmbov .* brr: $  "ftriiT "they '"would' "bo  moving Into Sechelt very short*  , Coun, ,Joc JJcnncr asked whether the area nt Hackett Park,  slated for tennis courts, would  requires preparation for pnvlng.s  Chairman, Mrs. Johnston ex*  pressed the opinion It would not  bo necessary providing the  ground was well packed, '  Coun, Bill Swain said ho  !��fc::.Pifl.rr  Driediger, !'and wo should tnko  nil the scats next time as pco*  plo like to bo on the winning  side,:!,.. .,...���.. ���.:,.���,'.. v,vvV..v . .  Introducing tho Minister of  Education, Mr. Driediger said  "the fine, balanced Social Cre*  dil government holds him In  high esteem,"" "" '"''""' * '"' "" "  Replying to the Introductions,  Mr,   Peterson   Nald^ JhaL.-Pl*-  -thouglrhx.^WA"**"nl\vays anxious  wcr Point. Road, Salmon Der  by as previously announced in  Tho Times will be from daybreak to wclgh-ln at noon *t  Smltty's, ,  Float Judging will commence  <nt 12 noon at- the Plnzn fron>  which parado wilt leayo. at. V  p.m7 Opening ceremony at tho  Kinsmen  Park  will  bef at  2  ���p.m ^t^whlch-vtime-'Vlllnge*-* Barbara  Chairman   Alf   Itltchoy    and  Mrs,   Rltehey,   together,   with  other special guests will be in-  trodu<icdrCif6vvhlnrdf 'tHo'GibT  sons July  l  Day Queen, will  then take place following in{  traductions of the v��rlous|  queens from other communit-!  les,;/ /��� (;     [-���       ���'      ,���',,,  This year's Queen Is Jackie  Tracy, her attendants: Heather  Wrlgh^   representing .Gibsons,  Elementary; Cathy Shea, representing     ba'ngdalo"1'' School;  Luons,   representing'  ��� �����bo paga 10  i  ^Ww^T'*  f*����^,^.t^,^H*,*��^^*ii*+*.*1^��ip<i1^  'IA ���> u  Page 2      Sechelt Peninsula Times     Wed., June 23, 1965  Secheu Peninsula^Vweigj   Telephone 885-9654  REAL ESTATE (Cont.) fOR SALE (Continued) LEGAL NOTICE (Con^med),  t     Published Wednesdays by the  Sechelt  Peninsula  Times  Ltd.,  at  Sechelt, B..C.  Gross Circulation 1450 copies  ^ Classified Advertising Rates:  '3-Line AdBriefs (15 words)  One Insertion ���'!____ 85c  HELP WANTED   1.70   15c  Three insertions ~���  Extra lines (5_yvords)  Box Numbers, __- 25c extra  If paid before publication, a discount of 25c per AdBrief is allowed.    Semi-Display/    Super-Display,  end Blue Chip display   1.50 per  '  .. inch.  Legal Notices:  17c per count line (5 words) first  Insertion,. 13c per count line subsequent insertions.  Deadlines: Saturday 5 p.m.  *'ln the event of a typographical  error advertising goods or services  ot a wrong price, goods.or services  ���nay not be sold and the difference  charged to the newspaper- Advertising is merely an offer to sell,  end   may   be   withdrawn  ot  any  time."  Advertising is accepted on the condition that, in the event of typographical error, that portion of the  advertising space occupied by the  "erroneous'item*together with reasonable allowance for signature, will  not be charged for, but the balance  of the advertisement will be paid  for at the applicable rate.  A composition^charge fe made for  advertising accepted cind put into  production,' but cancelledb>before*"  publication. Change from original  copy When proof is submitted to  customer is also chargeable at an  hourly rate for the additional work  required.  Subscription Rates:  10c per copy, 50c per month (by  carrier);  $5.00 year,  in advance.  Special Citizens $3 year.  Card of Thanks, Engagements,  Deaths, Births, In Memoriam, Coming Events, Etc. Per insertion (up fo"  40 words) $ 1.25; extra words, 3c  each. 25c Discount if paid before  publication.  CARD OF THANKS  MR. G. MOULD of Rpberts  Creek wishes ,to thank Drs.  JR. A, Swan and E. J. Paetkau,  i'.re nurses and , staff of St.  Mary _ Hospital for -the kind  attention received j dining his  (Stay in, hospital; also the many  jfeople who sent cards, and  good wishes, 7982-27  WORK WANTED  Please phone evenings to  i  ROY'S LAND  ATTENTION ladies who would  like to take orders from your  friends~and"neighbors for~Ful-  ler Brush products? Eleven ladies required. $30. per week.  For free information write Box  919, Sechelt Peninsula Times  or leave message at Times office.- ,7934-tfn  HOUSEKEEPER  four  days  a  week, Monday to Friday, for  six weeks. July 5th to August  20. 886-2461 after 5 p.m.  7980-27  SCHOOL, DISTRICT No.  46  (SECHELT)  Qualified and experienced teachers resident or holidaying on  the Sunshine Coast are invited  to apply to teach Summer  School for tour week's.'' Morning  ���and afternoon classes offering  remedial work in intermediate  Language Arts and Arithmetic  are planned. Those interested  are asked to telephone the Sec-"  retary-Treasurer collect at  .886-2141. '   7985-27  SCHOOL DISTRICT No. 46  (SECHELT)  ^Experienced ��-and* qualified  persons interested in acting as  Relief Teachers in elementary  schols are invited to apply in  writing to the Secretary-Treas-  sirer, Box 220, Gibsons, B.C.  (Telephone 886-2141).  Present time allotments vary  from one-half-anday per week"  up to two full days per week.  7987-27  ,,t,,.,     mowing;  Grass, hay, weeds, etc. From  20" to 5' rotary and sickle ma-  <r;.ino.  ROY BOLDERSON    j  Box 435 ��� Sechelt  885-9530  BUILDING  CONTRACTOR  BUILDING   contractor,   alterations a specialty and plumbing. Contact J. Whitaker, Wilson Creek. 885-9704,        9692-tfn  FOR RENT  ' : ' 1���-���.;-������-��� ���   SMALL  modern  storeV center  of Sechelt. Box 7777^ Sechelt  Peninsula Times.   .       7965-tfn  TWO bedroom home',! centre pf  Sechelt.   Box   1717,   Secbelt,.  Peninsula Times, 7991*27  WANTED TO RENT  SMALL  house   in   Davis   Bay  area after September. Phone  886*2784,after five. 7988-27  REAL ESTATE  (,,  <~~i>^��^*hii-m-i-i*W>��i ���imii���iii*���i*-���-ii���ii.Hi iiiiii  ii -in  i ���i m �����������  *  WAITED, waterfront property  lot  or  acreage,   Sechelt  or  Pender Harbour area. Box 486,  Sechelt,   B.C.   885*2856.  7986*29  FOR SALE or swap���two City  of Nelson lots, 65x100', $1000  each,   Three   acres,   Ferpdalo  District, Prince George,, $2opo,  ...'.'.-       ,  7970-27  EWART McMynn, Real Estate,  and   Insurance.*  Phone," 886-  2166.    Res.   886-2500;   Gibsons,  B.C.        ,' ��     tZ 7869-tfn-  3'BEDROOM, auto, gas throughout,   1,400   sq.   ft.   In   Sechelt. Open to offers. 885-9339.  7975-28  SECHELT  2 rooms, wtii_waterj^pUunbing  accessories not installed; onte  room cabin, garage, view, F.P.  $4,200. ',  WEST PORPOISE BAY  1.6 acres with 100' waterfront.  3 rooms with bath, one room  down, 2 fireplaces. F.P. S8,5C0.  DAVIS BAY \  3 bedroom, large living room,  view lot. $10,500 terms.  ROBERTS CREEK  Near park, view, 2 bedroms,  1.2 acres. Bath unfinished, F.  P.;$5;000.  H. B, GORDON &  KENNETTtTD.  Sechelt  and  Gibsons,*"_JwCV ;  Phone 885-2013  Ron McSavaney 886-S65&^;-  798||27  HALFMOON^VBay,  front, close to wharf, spac:  ious 4_wnr bungalow* IS**!?'  Mving room mahogany walls.  Bright cabinet iatchen, 2 BR,  full plumbing-, Duo-Thermw; oil  heater, 220 -wiling, close to bus,  store and- post office?* Giiragef  landscaped. Reasonable down  payment. F.P. $7,500. Bhone  885-9550. 9983-28  GIBSONS���Nice 2 BR home on  large  level  lot  in  the   bay  area.   Good  terms   with   low  DP. Call after 6 p.m. 888-2659.  9982-28;  HALFMOON Bay, lot for sale,  with building, .^lbse td Wharf,  $2,000.  Phone 885-9550.    9984-28  JAY  and  Bee  used  furniture  store.  Next Ken's Foodland.  Phone   886-2346,   Gibsons.   We  buy and sell.  7927-tfn  TWO saddle mares and one oil  cook stove. Ph. 885-2187.  9990-27  2 NEW SUBDIVISIONS  T LOTS  Earls Cove Subdivision -"-adjacent to Earls Cove  ferry terminal on the Sunshine Coast Highway.'*'"  w��'**^��a[*��B^^(^-Ii������,  E:viEWtOTs:  ,ad��is��>itw-i(iij*-i t .|*��Hi*(-��*��MWiWJHi��(ii-  Madeira f^ark Subdivision -��� overlooking Pender  Harbour ond  Gull ���* J 0% clown r��� easy terms  oh balance, Discount for cash.  FOR SALE BY OWNER '  O. SLADEY��� Madeira Park, B.C,  Phono 883-2233 or phono North Vancouvor  985-4934  ,'Paint. Z Fibreglass - Rope  Canvas - BooF Hardware  WALT NYGREN SALES  LTD.  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-9303  7857-tfn  FOR LETTERHEADS, envelopes, statements, invoices  and all commercial printing,  contact the Times office at  885:9654. t��n  COMPLETE   boy's   scout   Uniform, large. Single bedroom  suite,   doll   pram.   AU  perfect  condition. Phone 885-9573.  7969-28  Please phone evenings to  PAINTING TENDERS  The Board ot School Trustees, School District No, 46,,(Se.  chelt) \vill receive .tenders' until 1:00 p.m., July 7th, 1965,  on a labour only basis, successful bidder to assume cost  of Compensation Board, if any,  ���for the following work;   .       :  1. Activity   Roome,   Sechelt  Elementary  School: ' to   apply  two coats-body -and trim,- by-  brush to exterbr.' - "'-  2. Roof, Sechelt Elementary  School: to apply* black 1$tain  by spray -or brush."  ,- '  3. Interior of ��� teacherages,  one at Kleindale, two at Madeira Park, latex and semi-gloss  paint by brush or roller."  ��� Separate bids on any one or  more of the above projects will  be accepted.  Further information may be  obtained from the School Board  Ofice, Gibsons, B.C. ?^  Bids, marked "Tender fojr  Painting" should be -forwarded to:  Mr. Peter C: Wilson,   *  Secretary-Treasurer,  Box 220, Gibsons, B.C.  9987���Pub.   June" 23,  1965  < >  WR  i-    **-*  ^Svnsbihe-Coast   1  'Gospel. Church  (Underiorninationol)  Sunday School 10 a.m.  Church Service   ��� ��� ,M^5-o:m.���-^v  T  PASTOR REV. S. CASSELLS  J  Selma Park Community Hall  ������-. ���! ;���.������������   CARS ond TRUCKS  1955 AUSTIN convertible, good  condition;     Radio,    reconditioned engine. $350, cash. ,Ph.  885-9951.     " 7966-28  1957  FORD,  2-door,* V-8   automatic. Phone 883-2689. '.'..'  7979-29  Damaged condition  $255.00  PHONE 885,4457  '";"J"' "���"'���������* "SA ' '7983-2T  1955   FORD   convertible,   new  motor,   16,000   miles,   ra'dio,  auto,   (trans.,    nice   condition.  Best ofer. 886*7418 after 6 p.m.  v      ,    7984.2J*  FOR SALE OR TRADE  VVILL sell or trade on Admiral  fridge with artmII ( freezer,  f 100,7 bo* stove;; ?8, Want oho:  section spike harrows, pressure  canner, 20 lb. propane tank;  small propane, stove or; hot.  plate, freezer moat or'7 V. Ma  Hoskin, Pratt ltd,, R, It, 1, Gib-  -sons, B.C. ' 7003*28  ROY BOLDERSON,  Box 435, Sechelt, B.C.  ***��� Phone 885-9530  7905-tfn  BUY  and  save  on  quantity-  Smoke fish^and-fftesh local fish  only. Plant at James Wharf.  Sechelt. 885-9721. 7841-tfn  WALT NYGREN Sales Ltd.  now handling handguns, rifles, and shotguns on consignment. Phone 886-9303, Gibsons,  B.C. 7858-tfn  DELUXE 40" GE stove as  new $100; Enterprise oil heater, as hew, $65/ Apply a; E.  Recce, Beach Ave., Roberts  Creek. 9981-28  LEGAL  NOTICES  THE CORPORATION OF THE  VILLAGE  OF GIBSONS  LANDING  CHANGE OF NAME  The Council of tho Village  of Gibsons Landing,, intend to  apply for an amendment to the  "Letters Patent" to change the  name of the Village from "The  Village of Gibsons Landing" to  "The Village of Gibsons", Any  person wishing to file a com*  plaint agal^t this, change of  name may do so by letter ad*  (|re.sscd ,to . the Inspector of  Municipalities, Parliament  Buildings, Victoria, B.C, to be  received by him before 5 p.m,  Wednesday Juno 30Ui,  1905.  C. F. GOODING,  Municipal   Clerk  9985���Pub, Juno 2:|,  1905  LUTHERAN  CHURCH  Services at home of  Mr. Frank Hall,  Sechelt,  every other Sunday,  at 3:30 p.m.  Sunday School each  Sunday at 11 a.m.  Services by Rev.  Pastor John Wmer  ST, JOHN'S  UNITED CHMRGH  Wilson Creek] B.C.  Sunday School���9:45'a.m.  Divine Worship~l 1:15 a.m.  Led by Miss H. E. tarnpbeU ?  *    *  Except on 2nd Sundoy each  -month '^'���'���-a  Family Service��� 11;I5 d,m,  Dlvlrlo Sorvice���-S.'SO p.m.  Led by Rov. W. M. Cameron  BETHEL BAPTIST  CHURCH  SECHELT  SERVICES       ���'  ', Sunday School r��� 10 a.m.   V  Church Servlco ��� 11:15 o.rti.  Prayer - Wednetday 7:30 p.m.  Castor  :: rev, a. WILLIS   '  You aro Invited to attend  any or each ��orv|cof ,  FOR SALE  ,,-��"  ~40,��iip*'iSCOTT"'vvlth*t.nnk***}iiJt()."  , ;m��tlc baler, oxccllont'condi*  tion,; $235, Also .1 \mtn\i Viking  ftyor polisher, t?25, Phone 885.  9030 ovoningfl, 7081*27  "*'' 1      ' .-������. 1 *-   , I, '  USED auto, washer, $89,05; im*  edfrld/jo, ^54,0,5; used TV 21"  $-10.05; Console aewlnR machine ,,$109.95 (A4 shape); r����ed  pqwer mower (Mwn Boy),  I24.D5 alwo hi\h, can; %cj wq.  !.1-B|!Sf^l.9��J*iWter,a.^lftrd.wflM��r!.  Sechelt,        ���        ,     7(,(>0.(,f���  885*9636  ' '" 'Tho' '"     '"  Anglican Church  .jW**f����'����;rtH!*^��W'm>teMiJM^  W,ifll(*t*KKS*����l����H**s��ll*����'�� XfWiimS- ^)W!tiWJll*!iWHllB'  ,rf,  OfCANADA  Rcclor Rev. Jamos n,' iWgtimon, B.A., l.th,  Phono Wywi  Sunday, Juno 27th J  ST, HILDA'S���SECHELT  Holy Communion���9:30 am,  EGMONT   ,   .^  Evening Prayer���3:00 p,m,,  ,  MADEIRA PARK    "   ;<';-"Evonlng'"Prayer-:^7;30 pvmf-^- -" -: ;  ^WU^t*!��(^MW^*��4*BI(6��l^!f<*lf  ;, r",*-��M^v ^J-w^ftf*.^  -�����  ^  v *���  ^"*-     *   -      X. **u r -y *-.'     *        ->    V --*     \J>*-i*^MKC-_***i��4--i^^^ ��"k-^- <-^J-fw*^t*-*vrV*'^ ^J/^ *^ ��--  -    ��    *t  i ��� ' '   ',  '<" '  v ,,< *" ' '    '    ' ' "       ,i-  'I <'      *��� " K , . ,      - * ' '    '  LEGAL NOTICES (Contl    ���    LEGAL NOTICES (Cont'd)     Frg0  tickets tO  ;^W*ft_j***��<��i��iff��J*KF.1^^  Vt5  Wed., June 23; 1965      Sechelt Peninsula Times  r#^\k-****^ws*E^ ��  Form No* 18  (Section 82)    J  "     LAND ACT I   /    -  Notice of Intention to Apply" to  *   Lease1 Land '  The, Board'of School Trustees,",  School District'No/461 (Sechelt);  TENDER tFOR;SUPPLVpF7  '-   - ,fc sokV'v   \* .v-   _    ,.���_,..,...,.  MAT*JAGEMENT;,ot(,the Sechelt,  .; Theatre jthrougtf, the'r Sechelt's  ... j      .     ...      ' _x-i - nn    Penin?ula*Timtes'will give-away  ,   .vrril recewe tender unttliOO, iree eacb <week   thi.ee ^tickets,  ^V.mr Jnly  J-V'MW/ for:-&e   ^ any p^rf6r'raa_ce;at the'Se-  dehvery of five hundred cubic   cjjejt Theatre-    '   *   ���*"   '   '-"  yards'of top soil to Halfmoon   *_ EacH week/three VhbnVWmi'  Bay Elementary School.-.      ,   s ^v& witt be'found distributed  ' ��� Bids, "stating type and .colour'  throughout/The Times, and: wjl  :-_<��� j.��� ^.-i . *r- of soil,-japproximate^peat���con-^ ^-^M^M���:^ other ot^Q  rin* .Land  Recording  District -tent,'cost'per cubic yard del- -.business advertisements.//, i^-Z  of Vancwiver,and situate Sec-   ivered    .and   delivery   'date,"- K,you discover your number;;  just'. drop' into The' Times"' pf*f  fice   and'jpick "upr your;Jfj:ee  ticket.- ������  "<���  *���-- *    . ( . .;  ret Cove.  Take notice .that, Bruce Ilen-  iring.Arba of 3030 W. 43, Van-'  couver, B.C,,'occupation,stud-  ' ent, intends to apply ior a lease  of" the" following described  lands: on the northvshore of  Seeret^Cove. ..   "  Commencing at a post planted on the north shore of Secret Cove on the west boundary  Of X.L 6845 GP in W.D.; thence  north ^412*. ft.; thence west  106 ft.; thence south to shoreline; thence east along shoreline to point of commencement  and containing n_ acres, more  or less, for the purpose " of  campsite.  BRUCE HENNING ARBO  Dated May-14, 1965.  TOa^Pub. June 9, 16, 23, 30, '65  t:     PAINTING'TENDERS  The Board of School Trustees,  School District No. 46 (Sechelt)  will receive tenders until 1:00  p.m. July 7th, 1965, for the following work:  1. Paint exterior of old build-  ing.Sechelt Elementary School.  2. Paint interior of Madeira  Park Elementary School.  Specifications and conditions  may be obtained from the  School Board (Office, Gibsons,  B-Ci  Bids, marked "Tender tor  Painting" should be forwarded  to:  Mr. Peter C.'Wilson,  Secretary-Treasurer,  Box 220, Gibsons, B.C.  9989���Pub. Jime 23, 1965  r* ii��� ���������i.i   D ������ I,  DEPARTMENT OP  PUBLIC WORKS OP CANADA  TENDERS  SEALED TENDERS addres-  sed to Secretary, Department  of Public Works of Canada,  Room B 326; Sir Charles Tup*  per Building, Riverside Drive,  Ottawa 8, and endorsed "TENDER FOR WHARF REPAIRS,  HORSESHOE BAY, B.C.", will  be received until 3:00 P.M.  (E.D.S.T.), WEDN ESDAY,  JLY 14, ]1965.  Tender documents can be obtained through: Chief Engineer, Room, E-443, Sir Charles  Tupper Building, Riverside  Drive, Ottawa, Ont.-; District  Engineer, 1U0 West Georgia  Street, Bcgg Building, Vancou*  vcr 5, B.C.; nnd can be seen  at thc Post Offices at North  Vancouver and West Vancouver, B.C.  To bo ' considered each, ten-  der must bo submitted on the  forms supplied by tho Depart*  niont and, must be accompan*  ied by the security specified  ih the tender documents.  ,   Tho lowest or any tender,not  necessarily accepted,  1 ROBERT FORTIER,  Secretary  ' 0986-Pub. Juno 23, 1005  ivered    ,and   delivery    date,,  should be-iorwardedin an ,en-  velope' 'marked   "Tender j for ,  Soil'-' to:       ."''*'', c   *'  ' 'Mr. "Peter C. Wilson/  Secretary-Treasurer,  Box 220/ Gibsons, B.~C>  '9988���Pub. June 23, 1965  Bussing was a lot more-popular when it meant kissing instead-,, of hauling the- kiaV around. -      -_������'������.<-.���*.  Pahaui   a/*nnaintanra  ��� -.wnvn      wwMVVlinwliwv  L.&H.SWANSONLTD.  Septic Tanks and Drain Field*  Bockhoe and Front End  Y Loader Work  Screened Cement Gravel  Fill and Road Gravel  Phono 885-9666  Box 172 -Sechelt  Marine Supplies Service  GARDEN BAY  BOATWORKS  A COMPLETE LINE OF  BOAT REPAIRS  Garden Bay, B.C.  Phone 883.2366  Scows ��� Logs  SECHELT TOWING  & SALVAGE LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving  .. & Log Towing  L. HIGGS  Phone 885-4425  Phone 885-2062  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Electricol Contractors  Appliances - Electric Heat  Phone 885-2062  f  Mortgage Money  for New Construction  ��� or Older Homes  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  Sunnychest Shopping Centre  Gibsons 886.2481  Frank E. Decker  OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block  Gibsons  Every Wednesday  ��� 'i ,,'.���'',;| ���'''''....'  for.appointmont  886-2166  HALL - METAL  General Sheet Metal  HEATING - DOMESTIC  COMMERCIAL i INDUSTRIAL  Phone 885-9606  Phone Sechelt 885-9669  PENINSULA  BUILDING SUPPLY  "The House With A Heart"  E. J. Caldwell, Proprietor  Box 97- Sechelt. B.C.  TREE FALLING  TOPPING OR REMOVING  LOWER LIMBS FOR VIEW.  Insured work from Port Mellon  _ to Pender* Harbour  MARVEN VOLEN  Phone 886-9946  WATER SURVEY  SERVICES  Complete Water System Service  L. C. EMERSON  Sechelt 885-9510  Insured Blasting  TINGLEYS  HI-HEAT  SALES and SERVICE  for all your heating  requirements  4 Oil Co.'s Finance Plans  C. E. (Cal) Tingley  Box No. 417, Sechelt  885-9636 ��� 885-9332  ELECTRA-CLEAN  Upholstery Cleaning  Carpets - Furniture -  -��� ;."���' -Rugs--  Phone 886-9890  'MRS.XES Peterson .md Vince Bracewell recall therdays;  when they, first met in 1953, -when the minister was  campaign manager for the Social" Credit candidate for.  Coast-Capilano in the federal election and Mr. Bracewell  was organizer-for this area. Mr. Peterson withdrew from  the position as he himself became candidate in the pro-'  vincial election.  Around the Village  MRS. P. 'Shaw/and Tfamily of-North-Vancouver* spent  the weekend in Sechelt visiting1" Mrs. Shaw's mo***  ther _Mrs. N. Nelson and sister Mrs. "W. L.'BilHnggley  and family. ' ���~   Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Billingsley., are travelling to Smithers  to spend a holiday with Mr.  and Mrs. S. Patrick and family.  Mrs.   Mark   Steele   has   returned from a week-long visit  with  her  aunt  Mrs.  Florence^  Malikoff of Port Coquitlam.  Mrs. Ray Nelson has returned to Sechelt after spending  some time in Lions Gate Hospital.  Enjoying the wonderful weather in Sechelt is Linda Carter,  the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.  Howard Carter. Linda, who  works in a bank on the" UBC  campus, is accompanied by a  friend Miss Jean Cameron of  Vancouver.  World travellers Mr. and  Mrs. Colin Turner of1 White  Rock spent a very enjoyable  weekend with Mr. and Mrs.  Frank Hall and family of Sechelt. The Turners who came  to Canada from Scotland have  visited Lisbon, Portugal, India,  Ceylon, Indonesia, Malaya,  Australia, South Africa, Canary  'Island, Sudan, Arabia, Spain  and France.  Mr. Turner is a member of  International Traders having  couriers scouting the world  periodically for new products in  different countries. Products  imported by this firm include  artificial   flowers   from   Hong  Kong, Jewellery from Western  Germany and Spain, and watches from France.  Coun. Ben Lang'and Mr. Jim  Parker are enjoying a boating  holiday which will take them  exploring the Princess Louisa  Inlet and other coastal points.  Popular artists  on return visit  POPULAR figure on the penin*.  sula, as eleswhere in Canada  and the United States, Western  recording, radio and TV star,  Evan Kemp returns this weekend with performances at Pen-  , der Harbour and Roberts  Creek.  Latest feature in his completely new show, is the "Singing School Teacher" Sandy Marino, known as the Notch Hill  Toubador. Another big attraction is the teehage idol "Drummer Boy" Bryan Law.  Mr. Kemp told The Times  this week "we enjoy playing on  the peninsula as much as the  folks appear to welcome listening to us. This time we hope to  provide a really top-rate  show." Times of, show, etc, are  advertised in this paper.  TWILIGHT THEATRE  GIBSONS Phono 886-2827  Doors opon 7:45 p.m. - Show starts 8:00 p.m.  ^ __^ M'__���'___ M^^**>l'^^'Mi^*^4*^L>r_^_ft'^*_M',*<'_^_k'^_^'^lt  NEED A CAR?  NEW or USED  "    TRY    ���;������'���-���������:���  Peninsula  Motor Prod.  SECHELT, P.C.  Ph, 00S-2in  - Tod Por.well  TKun.�� Frl., Sot, - 24, 25, 26  SANDRA DEE  PETER FONDA  hiROttHUKTCH  ���P  and  tho DOCTOR  hmmCQLQR  ���������� AWWWMMIWOM H  Plui full tupportlng progr��m  Mon., Tuci., W��d., - 28, 29, 30  BEBORAIIKERRHAYLEY MILLS  . JOHN MILLS  ^\ mm iwnptirwwfflw-  JMSR8H TffCNN/COLOIt* RMM|  Plui full tupportlng program  X^tmmwMimiMiiirfiMMtntiMtiUiimmMWfMimiif/i^  |   By Popular Demand  | T.V. ond RADIO STAR  i^yEV^.KJEiVip.  London Recording Artist  >yiLL PRESENT A BRAND NEW SHOW  ^VW^H ;ENTERTAIHMENT:; F0R;:EVERYB0DY; ,  SEE AND HEAR SANDY MARINO  the singing school teacher.  ALSO THE TEENAGERS IDOL  DRUMMER BOY BRYAN LAW.  Chi Wren's Special Saturday Matinee:  poors open t :45"p.iiir- Show start* 2;00 p,m.  "JUNGLE MAN EATER"  CARTQOM and PART-4-4��ST-PLAMET��  iW��ii��iiWt_Vi>iAww#iWiw��i^ jmfmk  w4tfl��M4Hfe*M*��^^ l*����M^<��'J����Ml����^^'IMl��^ 4!^W  SHOW & DANCE  ��� ��� i "��� ���   ��� "*'  Stage Show 8 p.m.  DANCE TO FOLLOW  Ponder harbour,  Friday, June 23  Roberts Creek,  Saturday, Juno 26  M," ?*v 4w VIM"'*  "   h  1'  ",V, i  .fA.-i '������*., �����%���(, ��'T,,**_ 4^"i" m ��� ^��_'*��->'*_^r'���� ������*__'*��� *�����������-.*  ^f'N^'trv^^ft"^iJ,*V^^Tv^J*^*v"-��|Mrr'-*  I  it}  .a  ���_}  Ai'<  *;r ii  ���A'  i i* 1  &CHI_^P_OTNSUI_.^?__*  "/ may be wrong, but I shall not ��e soAwrong as to fail to say what I believe to be right."���John AtkiKs  ���Li,- i.-i. .*'- ���-��� r, ..-���i- Wednesday, June23,1965.   ���  -<������������������*-_-_���-���----<---���  f\   ,      Zta_/s k *   ' .  ���}     (Chilliwack Progress)  BILL SMILEY, in .this week's  "column, advances a familiar  line of thought in his theme,  that /family life is/no worsen  than it ever was." >   _  ��Discussing   "broken   homes,  teen-age   delinquency; .and  all  that jazz," he asks rhetorically, ,  .     . , .     ���  "But don't you think therewere ANNOl)NCEMENT-this week by M.P.  Jack   and to his great credit.lias fought hard ever since its fruit; ��>?���-< ��PP]e ��?��.' '  ar-Mas^s������2?slj��oi.t-taj-in ^���|-S"s^^i5tedtonosn,_s^fs&v  it's Sust that thev set a better Sechelt wiU commence in the spring,, culminates Naturally, many others assisted, io no smaji      , - b ���     . J   ���   ��-���  plaVS th%S &-SS? a battle which has been waged^ovfr the years . extent,'in helping the project alo��g ��g thw toy ^^^4:  'Without checking the back is- ���th Breakwater Chairman Norm Watson, and . every reason tobe proud of the part they played. ^^.^f^J"-3 cow? m\k"  ^r^Se^ev^ or Mr. Davis as the central figures at the helm. ^^1^^'J^'S^^^ the"^ hlstn ^v/dua,;    ;  the Corinth Courier,  we  are Despite protestations in the recent past; by   ���m}y~ thr��"Sh 5he efforts of Norm Watson, ,    -.',*,  ^rt^CZSithZi^^   ^iduals  who:haye->^tedl];   ^^^^^Tfn  Wmt Credit Wlnere Due  The Cow _fr^ ;   ; /  mTbyVe|Xobhv  in thc Vcnezuejan.fwestey' >lS  ' grows a ra^fcro^itree;''^fV   "  enormous, its trunk flagpole" - -.  straight,        $  .    * ,-, -,"������*���>  of fine-grained hard tfrqben    "..  the crown of-it spars-high C -^  abov^e thfr^ roots,')  which extend like groping - \  .tentacles     \ 'Z '   '"}}'  seeding sustenance in the earth.'  " j�� _ V*. ^ .      *  *       ��  ,  Without doubt, as time goes by, we will hear scarce distinguished from tthe   ,   ?j ��� _ _'-.��.__ u.. :^j:.,:^..oTc oc t�� the      animal s.       ���*_--"     '.  teen-age hokey-pokey in those adopted a somewhat sour atotude toward the man   arid varied versit5nS bylndividuals as to thc     animars*       * - ; *  - "    -  far off days, too. PfVf* the twisting path of progress has forged ^S^JL, in the projLt, and without ques- ��Hed the Cow Tree m common.  Furthermore,   bis   argument ahead ��&*&*. ��on> fhe.��ajority of them will-be those who did     language. 7       -; 7  could well receive some back- For more than a decade, -Correspondence nothing. Simply sat back and moved in, to reap thc E���c*��*>s ur����Ks oavea  ing from former school trustee has passed between individuals and government tjje rewar_s when the work "was finished. This     ""*  George Green, who looked back department, in a bid to procure a breakwater for naturaHy {s nUite usual and par for the course,  a couple of decades^on Friday the district, During Ihe past five years, a tremen- for ^ communities have the talkers as well as  evening   and   r^aUed   when dous amount of work has been accomplished by the active wooers who are responsible for mf  some six-footGrade 8s  were the cha^,* o{ Commerce Breakwater chaw- "   " '  "running the principal around  progress taking place. Unfortunately it so often  name  meaning "a useful milk-giving  tree;"  and to them it is known as  Galaetodcndron utile.  thTXmrat bvthe scruff of man,-who'h_*-obtain^ accomplish so much,  trusted, ;When the breakwater is fact and the  by Percy Maddux  in  pertinent to the situation. When the member for   seIddm get the credit due. It is therefore to be Of The AlldeS  the Coast Capilano riding became acquainted ~  with the situation, hopes quickly gave rise to extreme optimism which has now proved justified.  Mr. Davis after an extensive investigation  is really Httle-rwmrfor com-         _���      ~v^     ��� ~ ���  ��tesnCor _. ofttf sociCair e^ls ASSISt    Rachel*    IllSIJ_|,  ���<3DE&deBMBQ  such as broken marriages, al  ius neck."  The idea that our fathers and  grandfathers   were  pristine  their behavior is a myth.  All the same, one can over  shouting has died, we do not lightly cast aside the Far from ^ A,    and the  fact that Jack Davis and Norm Watson take a *ammergcyer-s scrcami0g���  large slice-of credit for bringing a major advance His dislam amia cJ���ks -ft ^  to the future of Sechelt.  sky.  Watching the land below like a  constant spy,  His mind preoccupied with  vulture Scheming  rnhoii^n,   rinlff TddiS and MANY moons will come and go before avcom- liaster Seals Campaign, burned out families, spon  menS troubles. Concern over prehensive medical and welfare service exists   sored and insured the Mustangs baseball team, Below the peak*, on which tho  these tf ends fe'h sun is gJeaming  product of newspaper "sensa- United Kingdom. It will nevertheless comefeven-  tionalism" . . . the facts are tually, bringing with it immeasurable mental relief  statistically  true,   and   plainly to countless thousands,  evident jn the meantime, conditions are such that  All pur problems existed in we have to depend in great measure upon public  other generations . . . but rare- spirited groups and institutions to provide only  ly tp the same extent too many facilities denied the average person.  To say that mortality and be- As for instance, the hospital, which is presently  havior are just the same as endowed with many items of expensive equip-  they ever were is akin to bury- ment Tarely found in a hospital of this size. Bulk  ing out heads in the sand^VLet 0f this particular equipment has been provided  us.-at;4east��adimt..the....tbl!^��� within the area, with  that are rotten in our society m raised through projects wbich have en_  *eD' S^' ^eme^g talIed considerable time^aiid effort on the part  slowly by  Until at night a copper moon  is beaming.  something  them  .    Job ^Training  .���!���..,���.,..,...., Value ,,,>..;...,  ��� <Sudbury Star)  CANADA'S manpower re-train-  of members  Difficult to understand, is the attitude of a  few^bystanders, people who do virtually nothing  in the way of contributing toward any cause, yet/  sit on the sideline casting malicious accusations >  against any group which raises money for charitable reasons.  .   By no means exempt from these sorry and'  ing program is perhaps 6till completely  irresponsible   attacks,  is  the  Lions  shadowed by, * huge,,questidh Club, which in recent months has raised con-,  I mark.  No one is quite sure siderable amounts, due to the enthusiasm and'  whether the training of the un- hard work of the members.  Skilled, or the training of the D . , _..._'. ,  fikilled in new lines of endea- ' Prcsswl fPJ" nothlng ^r to do, the mal-  vor, is paying of. There is rea- contents cry 'they made $1,200 on their Stag,  son to hope that it is on a par dinner on tickets alone, not to mention what they  with -the program in the United made on games of chance". This is of course  States where a sampling of typical, but jn actual fact, about 70 tickets were j  13,000 trainees reveals good sold at $10 each plus possibly $2,000 on the  results. games. From this is deducted cost of renting the  ' Under the Manpower Devel- na-->tn^ games, and expense of transporting theni  opment  and   Training  Act of between Vancouver and Sechelt. ; VV���.  1962 in the U.S., the 13,000 trai- A similar situation involved May Day, after  nees  received  training  at an which the club  estimated cost to the nation,of far in excess  $13,300,000, After periods aver* These arc but two of the projects" undertaken  aging;up to 21 weeks 7,111 im* by the Lions during the past year. In that time  mediately found job in occup* they have contributed $900 to C.A.R.S., $500 off  tyZI^i ab?hU ^  a" a loan of $1,600 which was presented 40 St,  .".-���feted 70 per centM the^^^J^^^i? ���' off thc ����* o(  necs   hpd returned  ?l3f700,O0Q t,lc carouse^which,is $800.  to the economy���more than it Utricr donations have been made to the  bad cost to train All .13^)00.  'I The sampling in the United  States proves the value of the  program'in terms of "return  <Jn thc Investment'.'.";'In*�� buisl*  liess sense it is good buelnesa  w .i��- 6el, mcn^atikl^Iwprfcwho  It is therefore obvious, whatever funds have >Vhere �����**><���� * m ��nous  been acquired, have certainly jiot paid for holidays    silence lie  in ISawaii. Further, the people who do donate *** h^7-laden douds P^  their time to these projects,; would be Very happy  to sit -at home too, with their families.'  JFoftunately for the 5cqmmunity^ they are  public "Spirited and j��i^" their ^ Outstretched his nine-food *   -  other thought in mind^than to give of their best wingsprcad. down he goes  on behalf of less fortuhate heings.   .  .   V Into some chasm, where he's  If^those who so jiastiiy.condemn,: directed lost to sight,                   ,  their distorted thoughts to rather more construe- F��r tnere �� carrion, he surely  tive (Channels^ Wieshbuld allbeml_cb better off and 'knows;  '  a lot more accomplished toward creating a much This bird with beak and talons  happier society. of such might  . That cattle in thc lowlands  -                    '         �� know not repose,  M_UMWte/ Messages For ^proximity fills them  ��� : ���' V'''. 22       with fright.  ���, ���      .    .... .v';.    ".'. ��� ,>'���''  ^     ������ ���' ��� . ' ,.*..  "Most   people   are   bothtrtd   by A Man Of  Words  those passages of Scripture they  do -not understand;' but . . . tlvt  passages that bother me are those  I do understand". >������ Mark Twain  What1sYourCjtype  IT IS generally thought that moist people can be class!*  7 Vficd-Uilhcr as good, bad; or indifferent 'types'.  Furthermore, it is*felt that this form *of "clarification'"  depends7upon temperament-and- upoh character,, and  ; t^cn! again thprc,aro those who would say it depends  upon the liver. If 'the glands arc functioning alriglij then  you arc a good fellow, if -not then you arc laticl led as an  ���odd ball',      ,  It would appear, at present at any rUtc, that if wc  ���Anonymous  A man of words and not of.    ���  [..���, deeds, ;', .   ,  Is like a garden full of weeds; ,  And when the weeds begin to'  ' V'growi'''������'������''.���  It's like a garden full of snow;  And; when the snow begins to  fall, .   '    ,  lt'.s like Jt biid upon thc wal|;>  And when the bird away docl  It's like an eagle in the sky;  And when thc sky begins to  roar,  lub was reported to have mad/profits   H?poJS^he wJonf kiiT^ S^Ahc �� "lriS,,,, *n ��� T!^ ,,on rt ,hc door: '  �� of th^ actual net take      ��� ,'  IL,    I      * ,     r ?g,$ of 8,nnds ,hcn wc "rc *">" Anii w��'e" ��'�� -'"or-begins to  Jbuttw^SSctsundertaken   ��7J? 1 ?.?JT^Jift ^^ l��pon ol,r W: . .��**>  across your  back;  And when your buck begins to  smart, ��� .      ���      '  It's like a penknife in your  heart i  ����  :9^  *A-trtSi^llAc  \r   �������� - ���;���~��� ,  ���. V food 1 far thougii.  nnd, wd need io ask, what kind of, an assessment Ivihis? It's like �� slick  \yhiu ii1 docs mean is this���whatever glands Charlie.  Fred or W|ll possess they are'snick with'them, and you  must not c-cpcct too much from them, In other words  they cannot be changed.  'The Ct'rl.<ti'4n..;t��kMV��.;dJm,'':v 0f  thinking, for he believes that people can be changed. And when your heart begins to  and that life Is something more than n collection of     "Iced,  , good; bad, or indifferent 'types', subjected to the fllands. Vou'rc dead, and dead, nnd '  The Christian claims that human nature, cvcji at Its     dend Indeed,  Jowcst.cbb, can b<J changed, and the history of mnnlclnciv-__t .  leaves us ,wllh ample evidence,.however, wc,,it��� bb ,'"���,r * ! 7  quhc clear on thli m?Mcr ,o(-.ypes;. ", ' .    ;   totoPn^suU^^  L     If-you enjoy music, your becoming �� Chrislliin tsvlll      Vn ���_�� ���. j ��. .���   _ 1  'Imnrovc-vonVWf&-^^W'^Jl.uA: " T.^h,J< ���?��Wished'VVcdn����d��y�� ������( -  have lost tbdr $^^    mitomntlon or;lmkn��f pkUL'J3ut'HARR^ 'f.6 N,hAL nfW"vc ^Y^^"; Today.wc   b_����Cr head for figure,. *'mu,t be understood ti/cch   '  ^JL^.**-.��!W*- .,._*, S*Z ^T^K %!^��Z!1 !   0nc 0t. "���' * ��� W. -d that wo mustZ Z wh   ...  Juts factor Involved here, No one lhc first ,0 cn-��-/ ,hlQ bcncf',s of psychology. However, it  can put 4 dollarvalue on fnin. ^ well to rcnicmbcr the Sioux Indians, who told their  Hy relations or tho morale of children that butterfly wings smeared over their hearts  *\   WAtfe-oarnlnfi  man,  The  In* would enable them to run as fleetly as antelope, Any boy  dependence   that  comes   from who sets out to catch ���� down butterflies, without benefit  At Sechelt  an B.C. ��� Sunshino Coast  bv  cnrc/Wlint docs'happen, by our faith In JcsiTs ChtliT'�� "'���^IJrft-l'CTliATta-^-lAAr.  that wc are Wed' from' becoming ttd In ihc he!!'of      J,��* m ' Sechelt, B.C.  I  self-centred livini. This h something which can happen  to any of 11$; whatever our "type',  P-^uct-vo, employment. 1* .�� of a net. ivj^ing to be 11 ihlddling goodirunw  rl i 1 _���� .a   m �� . >vk bwb ��� -1   I *.    ^.._ .alt.. "*   WVU  -^-Upplncott,  matter of pride to the Individ* time summer is out.  ual. Money ��pent Jnro-tralning ,, ,       .     .  nrograma ia much more than I)A0 '1AMMARSKJOLD; It Is when wo all play safe  An Investment "In* the economy     . ���-������utf vvc create a world pf utmost insccurSty.       '  -as the Way, tlio Tftuh,  and the Life, Wo are to use our JJfe, whatever 'lype' it  be, as Ihc 'type' that God the F��,hcr wluld l,i,v�� us.  'l^tSJ^ J,crc.dJ<y  Vtlir^vTj.'HrKcfiy.Tiiiir^  Serving the area from  Port Mellon to Egmont,  (Howe Sound to Jcrvts Inlet)  Douglas O. Wheeler, Editor  J, BAAlswrd, Publisher  Subscription Rotea:  (In advance)  1 Year. *5 - 2 Yearai $9   ..���., 3 Years $13  U.S. andl-ofclsn $5 50 - ���/  *mmmmmmm0t4*mmmmmmtmt��0r*m0rmmn*<mm0* , jil   f~'\,  -Ten. We do think that 'he, was  , wvthe side of total condemnation'.  * been more accurate to'have  are liars, perhaps a large.  knows?"  In support-of this theory, it sent. Pretty - thorough  seems to be necessary, for , all      Mark you^we 'do  recipients l of  government  Xw- ' least > condemn the  gesse to have any declarations |0r this thorotigh^are-l  they have made on their annual    behajf  o�� -the..taxpayers. .We / Sot enough to trv LfooL S ^^'toe-te</con^andments'   "ThV iniured man i��/_te" so*     "'  statement of monies, received    mean that, sincerely   But is7 it    ^\ft* 3un. o? iSaci vS   hopin?,for a return to rectitude.,     ����� ?w So P^S   ^ "'  ��thAr than fmm +ho ion���� *-itffi��i%.    -..��.  ��� -^.��� -�����..����..-> - *u^ -on,^e iamount ot legacy, you   "vyhea the minister had finished/  ** Mr" J'   ,   -"sBeco* rorpmsq  the  irregular ���> gentleman. said,  Bay.  i\  -  other, than from the long Suffer- nat  3  sad ' reflection, on- ^tfae' * deceived''  ing taxpayers, ^checked closely mendacity, oli the public  that,  by  inspectors   -���*-���--*���-������'  ment  does  being , T ��� ��� .,.,-.-. ^                       .                   , , ,_ ��� , ��� ,    ....... a    ...  *  WVA for instance.' So that af- "* ""W    " *    '��� .<* ,   *  ���*' ����t>rid allowable earnings and ' was in fte_, andlhe devil was that dream ��did not "happen. I  ter declaration of the receipt- Perhaps because so.many of property. We say that rt is,re- showing   me   around.   So   we made it up).  of a small legacy, it is neces- us  (ssIf included)  lied,. about gretiabie that human nature is came to  a place, down down There once was a dog who said  sary not only to give the WVA our age to. join the' army in such  that-theses investgations next to the main furnace, white "Hark  permission to search your bank WW  II.   But  politicians   have are .necessary, and that per- ���0t & under forced draught. I At the way I can bark in tho  account, but also the name of been known to be guUty of "ter- haps oldnDavid had something said **Your satanic highness, I dark,  dear departed relative ��� for minological inexactitudes." -   : ���besides a large harem.   ���      * mean fewness,  whom do you The neighbors can't "sleep  reference,  by  remote - control, What the department, inef- While on the subject of hu- put in there?"  (notice please, ,IjFot a wink, not a peep,  we  presume���as   well   as  the feet, is saying to you is< not man transgressions, it is about whom  not who.  The  devil  is Such,a lark for to bark in tiho  name and permission to obtain "All men are liars, including 4,000 years since Moses* came very   particular   about   gram- -    dark."     ('  Corroboration   from   the   bank you," but'"a certain percentage down from Mount Sinai with the mar).                                    * J     I   made  that  up  too,, dogs  from   which   the   legacy   was of men,  say  fifty,  are liars,- 10    commandments,    including "That,^'  answered the devil)    don't talk.      -     ' **  ewd cut  lewd  of your businessJeaders  m0*mmmwmmwmmm+mmmm*mmmwmmmmmmmmmmmmm*m0rmmmm-mmmmmm        ���mmmmmmmmm.  ^mmmmrnrnmmmmmm  Cham Saw Centre \ \  .    , Wilson Creek      -   - -.    57 *  ��   j  Dealers for P.M. Canadicn ��� MeCultoch - !     S  Homelite - Pioneer ond SHM Chain Saws, J    S  COMPLETE STOCK OF ALL MODELS  Parts and Repair Service   -    -  Telephone 885-9626  m^mmpKmmimtmmm0m m \**mmm*mmmmMmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm  HY should yousliopaf j|  IGARJDS  SHOE STORE V  i  Your Peninsula Centre  tor Furniture, Appliances  Soles ond Service  Richler's T.V. & Radio Ltd.  Sechelt, B.C. 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H. Strickland 883:2643  No Payment Until October  > "���*��  *  i,  i;"  "Ii  ���.'  Hi  ��  ./  ���fe'i  V,'< \!  '���n *   ir  'A   ' " "'' '.,'iJJ  '  mM^1 p m*mi0mm n���<  -Wf��tf,k*fe#fW,i|��M^f,�� X  ,ff,V^ ���-^W'-f  ��� 'jr.'.**' ���,;,*, . >    t  >, ,,. a? :   *\\  tf&*4  ^%I811  s  Page 6      Sechelt Peninsula Times      Wed., June 23; 19<55  Wilson Creek notes  ���By Mabel Wagman  FACILITIES lacking���In the summer holiday season we  find many boats such as cruisers and* tourist yachts  cruising around this area taking in the beautiful scenery and trying their luck in the fishing'spots. .   . .  A  few  have  the  necessities ���-���  on their boats to live on them  for a length of time. But to  those who would like to spend  a vacation here we find we are  lacking the proper facilities for  them such as floats, ramps or  a proper tie-up. Ibis includes  the smaller boat operators who  in some cases bring their boats  up On the beach: off shore.-But  those-who Have "cabin "cruisers  find they have to tie .up, to* the  pilings at the wharf which is  .very dangerous especially in  windy weather and who. knows  what might happen to your  boat if left for a . period of  time.  More help, wanted half stairfard library.  THIS BUILDING on the Bud Blatchford property, Ro- Additions to the Langdale  berts Creek, is undergoing remodelling by teenagers Elementary School of 3 ctess-  who hope to form a discotheque club. A septic tank and rooms, a half standard library,  toilets are being installed and Avails are being torn out administeraiion, -plus ���"���*"*  to make a roomy club bouse: More help is required at  the��worfc parties*beingvbeldi��very ^^toyv for ixanspor**  tation phone Vickie Lee Franske 885-9561. A meeting is  to be held this week with a lawyer and member of the  RCMP to ascertain legal requirements for the formation  of such a club. In the meantime ^ere-is-mueh-jcork to  be done, and of course, money to be raised.  News bulletins  School District 46  YOUR TRUSTEES are pleased to present to you this  account of 'school district affairs as we approach, at  one and the same time*-the- end of the school year and  the middle of the calendar year.  We feet that real progress is  being made and that, with your  support, we can go on to achieve the best 'possible education for our children, with, all  that that involves. These bul- ���  tetins. will attempt to iacquaint  yoir 'with"some' of the - means I  being V used v by;: yourtrustees V to  achieve this end.  V -���J;   jR.   Horvath,   chairman,  Board of School Trustees.  ��� Joseph ''"it: ':Horv^,';''���thTs '  year's '��� Chairman of :the Board,  is 41 years old. Now In tus second  year on  the Board;  ,Mr.  Horvath has served during both  years as Chairman of the Personnel Committee and has also  acted  en  the   Board's , Salary  Negotiation Committee dealing  ' w ih salaries of both teachers  audi  non-teaching  staff; Educated   in   Saskatoon,   Mr.   Horvath has been a resident of Roberts Creek for the past nine  jvars. An equipment operator.,  at   the   Port   Melh>n  ptynt  of  Canadian Forest Products Ltd.,  Mr. Horvath has been on tbe"'  Local   Union  Executive  for  4  or 5 years, including two years  as   president.  During the war  he   served  for jour  years. in  the navy, Mr. Horvath and his  wife.   Kay,  have' a   son,   Pat,  aged 7, and a daughter, Linda,  aged 5,   ,  PROGRESS ON  BUILDING  PROGRAM  Referenda 5 and 6 were approved   by   the, electorate   oh  January 16th, with over 70 per  cent in favour. Having completed all the.formalities of registration, etc., the Board's Planning Committee has now had  sketch.plans and woridng drawings*/by rtiiie arcbijtect approved  by "-the;-. Department of'^Education in Victoria and the following projects have gone out to  tender:  Addition to the Roberts Creek  Elementary School of one classroom , one-haIf a standard Iib-  rary,x one half a standard activity room.        . i  New two classroom elementary school at West Sechelt,  plus covered play shelter,  Addition to the Madeira Park  Elementary I School of ' a , half  standard activity room, a half  standard library, plus covered  play shelter.  Addition to tho Pender HarbourSecondary   School  of   a  -1  .wrf**lHW,*��*("S��*M��*,,l*(M **W>*��-M(*'*5-����Hll#iv^tft  NEED A CAR?  NEW or USJED  ,.,....,,,,.......T_f...., .,,���,..,  Peninsula  Mii Prod.  SECHELT, D.C        ~  Ph. 805*2111   - Ted  Farewell  SCHOOL DISTRICT No. 46  (Sechelt)  NOTICE  TO PMMNTS  The  boundary  for the  coming, school year  between the Gibsons Elementary School attendance  -arttratti~im~*f~m~Kti&tH^  School hat been *et at the, "cemetery comer", the  'junction of the Sumhine Coast; Highway and the  Lower Roberts Creek Road. -  , ��.,    ' '  ���   ���     ��� ���' ��� ��� '...I    ,    ���*  Those  living   on  the  Gibsons   side, of this  boundary   will   attend   the   Gibsons   Elementary  School; those between the boundary and Roberts  Creek will attend the Roberts Creek' Elementary   Schooir"      ���"���-*i,.-,.i...���  chelt we find Jack: Whitaker  from Wilson ���Creek,"who will be  in for a short while. The best of  recovery to you. - "v,  Sentence remand  false prelences  CI_4RENCE/Ny_^d'e4l��ec6e)tJ  employed in d-logging2, c&mn-  appeacedv, before- Magistrate  Andrew Johnston last. Saturday  charged with' operating a jn'otbr  vehicle when' his ability ��� was  impaired. HZ�����-=. 1���  covered  play shelter. '  *��Addition��to%thes Sechelts Central Elementary School of a  half standard, library.  . Tenders, were due to close on  Friday, June 11, but, in order  to give bidders more time to  prepareethe&rv tenders, the. clo-  s&ngf" "*'date';' wa^:"pOs^poSed' "one  week to June 18.  Working drawings have not  yet been submitted on the addition to "Gibsons Landing El-'  emenfcary School, the- reason  being that .itVjgT unlikely that  ttie; entire 7tiDflo^gvi^progtam  can be competed:, in time for  school opening this year and  top - priority - is; being given to  the classrooms needed at Roberts Creek and West Sechelt..  It is hoped' that- these cam be  ready for September and that  the balance of the current bnil-  dihg program will be completed by Christmas.  Schools will still, be using  basement classrooms this* year,  in spite of the building, program v-and-plans'.are already '  being made for another referendum. Work is in hand on development- of all school sites  and buildings, to ensure that-  "suoh" * development ��� proceeds  smoothly in. accordance with a  master plan,,  SUMMER SCHOOL .  Remedial' classes in Intermediate Language Arts and Arithmetic wilt be held in- Gibsons and Seijhelt Students for  these classes must be recommended by their ������Principalst  from whom full details of fees  and times can be obtained.  WOMEN  FOR BASEBALL?  - Here it is baseball season  again! With many baseball  teams competing every week*  end we find young and old  males enjoying an age-old  sport. Bui why not the female  sex? Who are the weaker we  ask? May.it be in the field of  sport in society or politics, we  find in some countries that  women have more strength and  vital power than men! You will  find that what I am leading up  to is to see more women out in  competitive sports.  So in this area we have decided to get together and form  a baseball team. With a lot of  hard work and willingness we  hope to put forth our best effort. Anyone interested should  get in touch with Mrs. Joanne  Van DeMeeberg; phone 885-  28X0.  SCHOOL   GOINGS-ON  On Thursday, June 17 the  Davis Bay school children/ with  their teachers Mrs."Parish dnd  Mrs. Slater took in a movie of  'BamW at the Sechelt School  ���Hall.   V   -.7..'    -  IN HOSPITAL  In St. Mary's Hospita at Se-  Offence occurred at West Sechelt May 27 when Nygard was  apprehended* by RCMP,. and so  charged.'  Found guilty, he was fined  $200 and his licence suspended  -for six months. Also of "Sechelt;  Leonard Johnson was convicted  on a second offence of. driving t  while impaired. His licence  was suspended and he was remanded for one week pending a  ' presentence report.     ���        ,  FALSE   PRETENCES   ���'  Harry Schindel of Roberts  Creek, charged with obtaining  goods and cash by false pre*;  tences, a worthless cheque, was  found, guilty and remanded un*  til July 10 for sentencing.  BRANNAN LAKE  _ One Juvenile .was sent to'  Brannan Lake. School and three  others placed on probation after being found guilty of. the  theft of money from the Sechelt Laundromat. The first offender has a previous record. \  Wife:  replacing phonie, to  husband; '% panel of impart-'  lal housewives has just canceled your*poker,game."r 7 '     ;  If you don't think women are  explosive, try'drbpping one.  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  ��� This free reminder 6f coming events Is a service' of  StC^ELT AGENCIES LTD..-Phone Sechclr Peninsulo  Times direct for free listings, specifying "Oato Pod".  Please, rk>to that space Is limited and some advance dotes  mdy'have fp waittheir turn; "olsotbot this Is o.''reminder'^.  listing only and cannot always carry full details, ; y  Juno 26���7:30 p,m, Masonic Hpll, Roberts Crock. Public  ... ���7���l!0-!ta!!qtl|an,.. Honored..Quceh7Elect  apd  Officers,  Job's Daughters 0efM 28.       }  July j~7*9;30 o.m,  ; Gibsons, B.C.  to 9:30 p,m, July |st celebration a|  Ju|y 2-���10 p,m, to 2 a.m. Dance, Wilson Creek Corn;  ^riunlty Hall, Phono,885*9704 for;tliKeti,'"J^'"-��'.X  July  3���-2*4 'p.m.  Robert  Camming  Garden/ Roberts  Crcok. O.E.S,- Summer Tea,  LOTS WANTED NOW  Ploaoo list with H. Gregory 885-9392  Socholt Agencies Ltd. - 885-2161  j^tof^hKi^li^fil^JB^^Bh  SECHELT AGENCIES 1TP.  REALTY and INSURANCE  Wharf Rood phofl0 m���ZUl    <  .M^^^a*Kt��it4^��urit***i*t�� I <>>  s&^��_�� s  1,  JRoi^t Maurice   >\    Wed., June 23,1965     Sechelt Peninsulo Times      Page 7   2Qth~annuai event .  *^__  ��� r  wardsonrofV Madeira -J*irk,  B.C.', survived byjsjjt sons, Norman, Sechelt, Wilburt;. Vancouver, Albert,-Madeira Park;-AI  viri, Vancouver, Clifford/Van  &raver,7Gordon, Madeira Park,  four, daughters, Mrs, t Gertrude  Gough, 'Madeira   Park,, Mrs  Vera  Olsen,  Vancouver, TMrs  Florence  Dickerson,  Nanaimo,  Mrs.^ Myrtle  Brawn,  Vancou  ver; 24, grandchildren and four  great grandchildren! The fiiner  al service j was  held Monday,  June ,21  from  Madeira   Park  Halt, Madeira ,Park. The Rev  W. S. Ackroyd officiated. Interment af Forst View Cemetery  Harvey 'Funeral   Home, ' Gib  sons, directors.  t !'   '    i        ��� r  MORE ABOUT  ....  Company replies  from page 1���  thoughtTjthe courts would be  fenced once'paved. "Otherwise  we shall have people driving  over it." he added.  Future of tbe boat ramp on  boulevard was brought up  again by Coun. Benner, who  asked what' was to happen to  it: "It looks a mess5 and at the  moment,", he complained. Told  by tbe chairman it was now  up to the rod and gun club, the  councillor agreed to check with  the club as to their intentions.  Meeting terminated following  a motion that Chairman and  councillors all make a trip to  Victoria   shortly,   in  order   to  speak to various ministers regarding a number of proposed  projects with which council  is presently in need of guidance.  Sedadi BrowniePita.  ���"���   ��*s5_*&i-> ��� a*  ft?  fuvreace  eeraiseiw.  AMONG thVestimated 10,000 persons attending the 2tfth  - "Annual* Peace Arch celebration held on the border*  between the, U.S. and Cahada^were 16 brownies from the  Second .Sechelt Pack/     _  The pack left Sechelt'at ~7; 30  a.m. on.< Sunday, June 13 in  three vehicles, one of which  was kindly lent by Mr. Morgan  vuuu%iuiiunuutfmMuuitmimnii0>lnntum  is*  . Exchange of flags '- < - ���>  SECOND .Sechelt Brownie Pack exchanges flags with  American brownies at the 20th annual "Hands  Across'Border" ceremony held at Canada-U.S. border  at Blaine. Washington Sunday, June 13. One thousand  children from both sides of the border walked through  the Peach Arch during the ceremony^  ������-������- ��������� ���   - ��� ._������������,���-������-���_      .     .   . in ��� - -        ,-  t  Port Mellon sets sports day dale  PORT Mellon Community Association Sports Day will, be  held July 24 this year., Children _ races will be held from  10:00 to 12:00 a.m., adults'  sports from 1:00 to 2:30 p.m.  and , children's   water   sports  from 2:30 to 4:30 p.ra.  Hot dogs will be served to  children only���from 12-00 to  1:00 p.m. Adults should'supply  their own lunches.  An open dance will be held  (records) in the community-  hall in the evening.        -.  Thompson,--" accompanied,   by  District .Commissioner 'Harriet  Newton;-Fairy Godmother Mil-"  dred   Chambers^ - Tawny   Owl  Ronnie Rathbone, Father Dun-  lop of the1 Sechelt Residential *  School,    Mrs. i Ruby   Breese, '  Mrs. Rae Fitzgerald and Mr.  and Mrs.> Randy Page.  * During   the   eeremony,   ther  brownies   walked ^through, the  Peace Arch and traded'flags  with  American brownies. Following the ceremony the pack  returned to  Stanley  Park for  supper and a brief visit to the  animals before returning home  on the 7:30 p.m. ferry.  , The following is a letter of  appreciation from one of" the  brownies,  Donalda  Grant,  addressed to the brownie helpers:  "Thank you for all you did  for us, and thank you for the  wonderful   time   we   had   at  Blaine. It was fun with all the  other brownies and it was fun  at Stanley Park. The brownies  were pleased to, go. When we  were coming back, it was fun  on the ferry. I wish that we  could go again.  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'���>  ?���  1  *l*  r  \  / ���   _���  , (��*  11��  ?;  ",-,-��������" 1 ���-  F4l*-��"Hf^'�����  (' ��*-fi �����* t>1'   -  l,,l ��-*. ,4+<*tf   .*-.  t*#r    ���>    t. *Mf��f.   v��o..+ ��-*   ^  ,���-��*.,   ^.Vt.  ^   *  ^  i,�� ��*��,<��* a-^mA *    ".   * 4- inf-itf-JO." t*\  <f*r  I?  Sit  \  V  Page 8     Sechelt Peninsula Times      Wed., June 23,1965  * A "*���      V* *-  Mighty effort  MARILYN West of Davis Bay makes a nice try in the 12 years and over girls' soft-  ball throw. Tension mounted high towards the end of the day when with one  event to go the scoreboard read Davis Bay 96, Gibsons 135, Madeira Park 85, Port  MeHon-Langdale 136, Roberts Creek 105, Sechelt 136 and Irvine's Landing 84, 12  and over boys' softball throw tipped the scales in Sechelt's favor giving them the  winning score of 140.  Mighty leap  YOUNG Robbie Williams of Roberts Cr.eek must have  had porridge for breakfast last Saturday morning  for he jumped a distance of 10 ft., 1 inch, which is quite  something tor a six-year-old boy.  "^v^i"     <7   *     * *Z*"> uV> %s"V 'V-ft  i ��, ,.�� <tti  ������ jw_* %JYt J *  h_k_? \ MX"1*    ^J  Winning smiles  THE END of the inter-school sports day saw many  proud youngsters displaying ribbons. First in all  four events he entered was Clem'Burdett of Port Mellon. Gwen Kingston of"f'Madeira Park won first award  in three and second in the fourth. "      i  Congratulations  DENISE Littlejohn of Port Mellon displays colorful ribbons which draw admiring  glances from Lynne Brackett of Sechelt, Beverly Ferris and Lorraine McKay  of Port Mellon^.' Denise won three seconds and one*first in her four events.  ��� w;/��^__  mWi *  l*^^W������*��'H>*M^����'>*'fc.|��'t>*"*t**l''  Varied program * . .  Inter-School sports  many events  FINE WEATHER prevailed for the annual elementary  inter-school sports District 46, Sechelt, held at Hackett Park last Saturday. A large number of events occupied participants and teachers alike and as the program came to a close everyone felt they had well  earned a lone rest < ���"' ������"������ - ��� -"���   straight dash bcrtsolnlk,  Gibsons;   Danny   CHAIRMAN of the Board of School Trustees, Joe Horvath presents the School Board  20 yd girls1 c arid 7���Margar-   Nestman, Sechelt. Trophy to Wendy Brackett who accepted it on behalf of the winning Sechelt  ct Gibbons, Davis Bay; Dor*     75 yd.  girls 12 and over-   scho��l- Mr. J. H. Portlance of Port Mellon (right) was program director for the  othy   Fraser,   Gibsons;   Susan    Dctilso Littlejohn, Port Mellon*    Inter-SChOOl Sports day. Wendy came first In four events,  Rao,   Madeira   Park,   Boys   8   Langdale; Maureen Owen, Gib*    '       .������':���  '  ~~~v    "*""'  and 7,  Robert Williams, Rob-    sons;   Valerie Wilson,  Sechelt,    Port  Mellon-Langdalo, Bourne,  Sechelt;   A.  Klnn,  B.  crts Creek; Andrew Hartlo, Ro*    Boys 12 nnd over���David Har-    TUD-B . BftPBn OA^tt Skellctt, Gibsons;*D. Erickson,  bcrtsOrcck; Donald Johnston,    rls,   Gibsons;   Lclf   Harrison,    T^���,��� "��� 7��^Air'�����-,���,   a     R. Erickson, Davis Bay.  Trophy presentation  Topham, Gibsons, Boya 8 and,      G1-"ls o nnd 7���Debbie Fled  0���Glenn Burdctt, Port Mellon* Icr, Gibsons; Susan Rao, Mad  Langdale;    Herbert    Berdahl, clra Park; Shannon Crook, Ro*  Port  Mcllon-Langdalc;   Rodney bcrls  Creek,  Girls 8 and 0���  Smith, Gibsons. Patricia JohnsonA port Mellon*  Wy4:zm��WMKin--<imt\ Langdalo; Karon Spencer,7Da-      ^������.n ��� ��..�� a*-*.-, *>������������*-,��.������,    htM.   nlhuini  Kingston,     Madeira     Park; ,v,fl"B��y. IlMlhor Walker, M��-    C, Rao, Madeira-Parkj Mi Slur*    nnc> U,P��0.���'  Cheryl   Me,   Madeira   Park; dolro Park, . ..   flmr K, penrnley, Sccliolt , L.    SH0T PUT  Glenys  MftcLeod,   Davis  Bay.       Girls   io   nnd   ll~Barbarn ' Schrocdor, L.( Brackett, Scch*      0Jr)�� 10 nnd 11-Colleen Hns*    Gibsons;" r"   ���yw^  ]Qmr ��lt(...,,r lr p;.��� ,..~....^^^  ert..CriekV-  ar, Port McIlon*Lan��dalo; Ro* ory, Gibsons; Bnlcric Johnson,     Boys io and 11-T. Lamb, K.    Davis Bay; Alfreda .Muldowan^'  Sechelt,-        .,,., '.���,,..,,..,.-,.,���:���,  Girls 12 and ovor���Brbnda  Nickerson, Sechelt ���< Donna  NcIson^Sccholt-^Knrcn^lRnC'  mark,  Port McHon*La��gdalc,  Boys 10 and il--Franklln Roberts, , Gibsons; Gro�� iWallls,  Sechelt ��� Jeff Lcpkyn, Gibsons,  Boys 12 and over���Lolf.Harrison,   Gibsons;   David  Bland,  ���aA^&WWHi^sra-fBfWiWiiSfWwa*  Oibsons,        _ ,    , bcr,s Crcck ,   Girls 8 and 0���B. Topham, 7  V, Gust, Gibsons; CBlomgrcn, ��    P^8 12 and ovcr-J, Gibson,  B, Service, Roberts Creek: L, D. Benner, Sechelt . L, Cram* .  BHcik, P, iMCi Madeira Park, cr,   J.   Scorgle,   Port -Mellon*    Roberts   Creek;   Kim ; Inglis,  SOFTBALL THROW   ,  Hoys 0 and ^T-<Jrril�� Norrls,  Rob  Williams,   Rob-  Trovor Rchl;- Gib*  *���too p*o�� 11 ^v  ',--�����.  �����1 Tt. *��0    fc"-*U   -*���       tt-t/' A      ���" .*-��� *���_.*-_** wj-_  Wed,, June 23,1965     Sechelt Peninsula Times      Page9A  Honours author  Canada Post Office  releases new stam  "^   c    ">������_-   /  Old and The New  T��T*nir   /*tf\ii.-trvmTvri  s_   i_ ���_���_.- _**.,  iNx-vr wHi/jiri ui iugguig o_��erauon_ it, bnown wiio uus view oi me new nomes con-.  trasting vividly-with the old type homes below. Nestling at the foot of the hills  and looking out over the sea, the new townsite, when completed will mark & welcome' change in the Kelsey Bay operation.  A SPECIAL postage "stamp to honor the. centenary off  "*    the birth of Sir Wilfred Gfenfell, author and medicaid  missionary to Newfoundland and Labrador, will'be is-,  sued by the Canada Post Office on June 9, ,it was an-, a  nounced today by the Hon. Rene Tremblay, Postmaster;  General.     ... ^  . Mr. Tremblay said that the  special stamp would be in,'ad-  dition to the regular philatelic  program, already undertaken  by the Post Office for 1985.  Sir Wilfred, who was born at  Parkgate, England, in 1865,  brought a hospital ship to Labrador in 1892 and devoted the  rest of his life to the welfare  of its inhabitants. He founded  hospitals, nursing stations, or-  - phanages, co-operative stores  and industrial and agricultural  centres. In 1912, he opened-the  King George V Seamen's Institute in St. John's. He was a  prodigious author, writing "more  than 20 books, mostly about  Newfoundland .. and Labrador."  His work has been continued  by the International Grenfeil  Association which _ operates w  health and welfare stations at  a score of places in Northern  Newfoundland   and' Labrador.  The stamp,  of the five-cent;  denomination,^~will -beviprinted"  in green "and will show Sir Wilfred at the helm of a shipna-  vigating the ice infested waters  off the rugged Newfoundlands  coast. It has been designed by:*  tbe Canadian Bank Note-Corn--,  pany Limited based on photographs obtained from the International Grenfell Association.  Only you can*  PREVENT  f ORESF :  FIRES!  vEnd pf ^n era  MB&PR brings ah5 end- "tb the olcf' logging camp bunk  house with the'clearing of ,a 100-acre area at Kelsey  Bay on which a townsite will soon be established, providing modern three-bedroom homes with car ports,  for employees. Ten new homes have already been completed but plans call for a total of 230.  End of era ��� ��� ��� . - ,-,���������.,,���  Progress forces out  logging bunk houses  ENTIRELY new concept in logging camp living, has    the Alberni West Coast Adyo-  been initiated by MacMillan,  Bloedel  and  Powell   cate, Fred Duncan, the Alberni  River Ltd, with the completion of 10 modern three-bed-   Tu,,n r,hoc T,m'lc   Tnhn M#v  room houses at their Kelsey Bay Division on Vancouver Island,       -  - :   ging'rgroup, said ''this comprehensive program-marks the beginning of the end, as far as  our company is concerned, of  the "bunkhouse" era. It often  meant that loggers were separated from their families but  this new project will bring them  together in modern homes."  Mr. Chisholm also emphn-  sizeded the fact they will not  be company towns. ���  ' Public relations man 'Bill Ryan conducted the visitors who'  included: Al Alsgard, The Powell River News; Irvine Wilson,  Times Editor Doug Wheeler,  in company with a group ojE  newsmen, were flown to tho  new town site, last week, to  View the first phase of a major  advance in thc B.C, forest products industry.  In order, to provide pleasant  homes and living, conditions  within daily travel distance of  the logging operation, the company has embarked upon a  comprehensive program Involving the clearing of largo tracts  of Jnnd In their various divisions, on which, complete town  sites w|ll spring into being/  . Kelsey Bay is the firsthand  although only 10 homes are so  far completed, on tho 100-acro  site, a total ot 230 homcsltes  arc planned to accommodate ,n  population of 1,000 persons. Do*  signed by n professional town  planner, tho new community  ...will .ulUmatelyJiavo.n, commor^  clal contro for private business, '  schools, churches .and parks, As  development procecdH ' it will  become incorporated as a village under provincial law and  will bo administered by Iho  residents.   ���  Plans call for A similar but  rather smaller project at port  Hardy with a total of 4(1 housesi""  and another at- Port Clements  Jn tho .Queen Charlottes,  Tho homed will ho offered for  sale to the employees at attractive prices awl with reasonable  terms. In order to facilitate the  purchase and as further encouragement, an outright grant  of $2,000 will be made available  \o each employee,  ""If,"   R.~" Chisholm,    general'  mahagcr of the  MB&PR log-  Twin Cities Times, John Mc*  Naughton, the Ladysmith Chronicle, Miss Ray, the Cowichan  Leader and Doug Wheeler, Sechelt Peninsula  Times.  MB&PR will spend over  $1,000,000' this year on the  three projects and when completed, the Kelsey Bay community will represent an investment of $5,000,000.  IK  in  buy life insurance? Because it's the ono  sure investment that provides both immediate and future security. No ono  , knows when death will strike ���.., but you  and your family can bo prepared financially no matter what happens. Call:  (jBa  Bank of Montreai  _xj  Qryan ,E, .���. Bwrklnihaw  nm  Groat-West Life  CHw  If-    *I*-��J   -.<*   _-���) *j-��  * liL-U-tK ,  Bring alt your  personal credit needs 1 under one roof  t  ?  LOW-COST LIFE-INSURED LOANS  SctihcU "Branch s ERNEST 'BOOTH," Manager  l-cmtcr Harbour, Madeira Park (Sub* Agency);Open Dully  .Gibson* Branch. EDWARD-ipRNNIKER, Mnn��B0f  ~*>  ������:;  u  ��.'  p;  ���fir  \ .  i  7;  > '  i *  . :  f  i .  >I 1  -,*fij��  W��� r *���-. *�����-!�����*>��� -*   y<<��~--* J*'"tMX-  "    ��1akvit,,*^*J~**-^W*-*��jS*��^*^'r*_^)�� u  H-.-<*��w��xifcWM_*^1^5-��-pi*5***-i-. #-*��^j-'Tof,_. ift-S'_iiS_w*,*,!J-f_ v   ***   i^-tfnv ���** "*�������������*  j   y-       ^_(�� *. ���> t4i    i />*- >������-������ WW    ��J 1   l--��*--*-�����_l   n*    in       W  ��J��*'*       -iflfc"   *t^ ���?-��ft*-��"--WU>*-'��-9���>  -v     4 �����*-.-  1  Page 10     Sechelt Peninsulo Times-    Wed., June 23,196S  Unrealistic figures . ��V  Using building costs  plague school program  LOWEST tender submitted for construction of school-  buildings in the Sechelt School District was $52,060/  in excess of the $209,800 allowed in referenda 5 and 6.  fliis information was revealed at a special meeting of  the school board last Friday evening.  D.  Robinson Construction of  Nanaimo ^.submitted the lowest  tender of $261,860 while two other firms had quoted at $267,501  and $282,150.  The contractors gave no  breakdown but in the referenda  the amounts alloted were as  follows: Roberts Creek $56,900;  Madeira Park $44,900; Sechelt  $10,500; West Sechelt $40,000;  Langdale $50,000 and Pender  Harbour $7,500.  James H. White, the architect, who also attended the  meeting; said that on a basis of  $12.00 per square foot he had  estimated the cost at $236,164  but prices had risen to $13.35  per sq. ft .in*the meantime.  Many private: people were being  advised to postpone building  i programsAuntiljjthe spring when  it was",hoped that prices would  be lower, with less construction  being in progress.  Asked for his opinion Mr.  Porter said that~ .cutting out  the covered play areas and the'  ~milj work for the libraries may  make a reduction of $30,000 but  Mr. White did not think the deletions would amount to that  much. '":'���'  Final decision was thai Mr.  White should approach D7 Robinson Construction for a -breakdown of the tender submitted.r  In  the' meantime  Mr.  Wilson  would arrange an appoprtinent  with thp Dept. of Education to  discuss financial afrMgeibents; -  planning chairman; Mrs/ Celia  Fisher;  Mr.   Wilson   and   Mr.  White will attend the meeting  which may result in .the need  for a new referepdum. Mrs. Fi-..  sher observed ;ti��at the depart- ..  ment had approved the building   program   and   should  set  ,<vu more..-realistic figures.  '  lELPHINSTONE   TRACK  Mrs.  Fisher said that as a  result  of   a   meeting   between  ,   representatives    from    Elphin-  , stone i High School, Legion  Track Club and the Recreation  Committee the Planning Committee' proposed that a new  track should be prepared in the  I playing field, The reason being that the old track could not  ��� be enlarged to regulation sl?e  without purchasing additional  property and- also moving it  back, The Track,Club and the  Recreation Committee would  lend financial assistance in ex-  , change for,.use of ,the track.  ;,. After,i much discussion.., and  studying of plans wbich resulted from -Mrs, Bali's query as  to how much property the  school board ownbd and the  possibility that the track may  interfere with future building  programs the Board agreed  that a new track wjould be prepared,'  FIRC   PROTECTION  A letter is being sent from  , thc . Board to Gibsons Village  Council offering to share tfoo  cost of Installing a fire hydrant  near Gibsons , Elementary  School. ;     '    GROUP   LIFE .INSURANCE. ,  Mr. Wilson reported that ho  had received a questionnaire  frojn the BCSTA relating to  fifroup life Insurance but m' iI-  gurcs were quoted, The Bowrd  agreed to accept Chairman, j,  Horynth's recommendation at a  previous ��� meeting that It cm*  ployecs,wished to take advan-,  tatfo of tblf�� service they would  accept ihe Great West Life  rate of 37 cents per $1,000, The  policy would ho renewable cv*  ���;,ory-yoar-Wald the chairman -aitd-  could bo reviewed at a later  date.  SCHOLARSHIPS  A letter of appreciation will  be sent,to Royal Canadian Legion Branch 109 tor setting up  two scholarships worth $100  each for sons or daughters of.  veterans graduating from Elphinstone High School this year.  Roberts Creek News  MONDAY, June 14, was the last regular meeting of the  hospital auxiliary until after the summer holidays.  This was also the annual meeting and reports were given by the various committees and executive members.  Money  raising  projects   dur-  Fine achievement  r  THREE gold cord presentations in one company is",  something to be justly proud of. Merrilee Olson,   Erica Ball and Wendy Inglis of 1st Roberts Creek Co.  ���by Florence McSavaney   have each been awarded over 20 badges, during their  years of guiding. Assistant Regional Commissioner  Norm Rudolf in presenting the cords said, "these girls  have set a high standard in the community."  ing the past year have been the  concert   by   Viennese   Concert  Orchestra"    from    Vancouver;  New Year's Eye, Smorgasbord,  which went ahead in spite of-  wind, hail, snow, sleet, impas-  sableM,xt>adsl^.aiid,wv.the.^badly^L  shattered nerves of the commit-1  tee.  In February the auxiliary catered for  a  luncheon for  the  recreation     commission     convention, held in the Community  Hall; copies of ..Joe's" Note Book  -were sold andVdurihg" the past  two or. three  months  a  wool,  rug was made and raffled.  7 Tbexlraw was -made at; this'  meeting and '-'���Mrs: S. Rowland  held the winning ticket.  The annual tea for members  of all auxiliaries will be held in  Roberts Creek in the Legion  Hall on Tuesday, Sept. 21. In  the (planning stage is a Japanese style dinner to be held  .sometime in October. Mrs. Bes-,  sie Baba is in charge of ar-  . rangements and , is personally,,  catering the dinner. Mrs. Baba  has also donated a crocheted  lace centrepiece, made by herself, which is to be raffled later, tickets for which will be  sold during the summer.  The following' officers were  elected for the coming year:  Chairman Mrs.' L, Flummer-  felt, First Vice-chairman Mrs.  L. Farr, Second Vice-chairman  Mrs, S. Rowland, Secretary  Mrs, R. McSavaney, Treasurer  Mrs.   JL   Shupe,    Membership (   Roberts Creek,  made' by the provincial department if the necessary application forms were submitted.  This was arranged.  First   Roberts    Creek    Cub  Pack, together-with Gibsons, A   ,  Pack, had a  very interesting  and enjoyable outing when they  were taken to Keats Island in'  the  RCMP   patrol  boat  This  was a real thrill for the boys,  especially as they were allowed *  to take turns piloting the boat,  under the watchful eye of Con--  stable Mike O'Riley. .  _ .  Leaders raccompanying: jthe r,  cubs were*Vina' Beerrfan, Leah"  Thatcher, ^Evelyn*-* Cooper-^ f Do- - /  reen Matthews,  and  Jill Hill;* -  also scouts Steve Macklam and  Steve   Westheril.    Scouts   and  Cubs Annual Strawberry Festival  was .���.���held.;,..on:-*vWednesday,  June 16.  University of Toronto Royal  Conservatory of. Music examinations were held on May 29  at Elphinstonev Sec ond ary  School;; with S; HaUett rpresid-,  ing. Among ; those .who V were,  successful were the following  pupils of Mrs. 'jl!. 7H.7 Shi��pe:   ,  ' Grade'���;., 1; passed/ Paul 'vB.ee-  mah; Grade 2, passed, ;David  Frbmager; Grade 37 honors,  Lahdy Shupe; Grade 4, honors;  Pauline Shupe.  MORE   ABOUT   ...  Gibsons July 1st  from; page 1-���  Port Mellon and Tammy Cyr,  Big accomplishment ��� . -  ������i-ni*.^_���*������-��� i__i -iiMiwiiw *^mmmmmm*m*m~m���*-* ip_���w ��� i  _ * "*��       ,   ,  Roberts Greek Compiity  Gold Cord presentation  MRS. BETTY Allen's 1st Roberts Creek Company re-'  ceived high praise from Assistant Regional Com-  missioner Norm Rudolf of Port Mellon when he presented gold cords to Erica Ball, Wendy Inglis and Mer-  rilee Olson at the Annual Banquet held in Gibsons, last"  Saturday. - ,  ;   Vrt\e,  presentation, of   three   were   presented   by   Division-  gold cords bongs honor toj the    Commissioner Mrs. I*. Labonte. -  comnnrimy-' 'and   also   sets   a    Receiving    first-   aid    badges ���  Standard; ssiid Mr. Rudolf.  It   were; Erica Ball, Merrjlee OU/a  is-onr'a* par'with the Queen's    sdn,; :Wendy    Inglis*    Sandra^  Scout   AwafaT and   is   earned. Ward,  Denise Quarry,  Brenda  oyer a periol of time. It is pre-    Weinhandl, Patty  Gust1/ Dawn'  sented on behalf of the Queen    Rowland,   Fran - Volen, * Trudy  as her right in Canada and'to    Swansori,�� and  Deborah  Dock?  receive it, as these girls have,  while under 17 years of age, is  a remarkable accomplishment.  Reward in the scouting and  guiding movement comes only  with achievement, said , the  assistant regional commissioner, as he presented the cords.  er.' Toymaker and Cook, Deb*:  orah Marsh;' Toytaaker and"  Homemaker, .Nona Veale; Cook'  and . Childnurse, Phyllis Tbat-;  cher.  District   Commissioner   Mrs. 1  W.   Hartle   presented   Wendy  and Merrilee with a cheque to','  A Mtad h* bee, c-pcdaU/ ���*&��**    S^bTSE'  pany also showed their appro- ���  ciaiion. to Mr. and Mrs. Allen  and Mrs. Peggy West by presenting gifts..  Among the guests at the banquet were Rev. H. Kelly, retired     division    commissioner,  written for the occasion > and  was sung -to the .tune of Davy  Crockett, relating the accomplishments of each of the girls  and  offering congratulations.  Further supirises awaiting the  three guides, included gifts and          _ _     ^_  ,iw-   a wonderful cake prepared by    Mrs" A," Williams ~and"retired  Mrs. S. Rowland. ,  ���        district  commissioner  Mrs.  J.  During  the evenings' badges   Thomas. >  Mrs. R. Birkin, Publicity Mrs.  M, Newman.  Last meeting for the season  for thc community association  was also held last week. Every*  one expressed appreciation of  the new blacktoppcd, roads, except for a few who1 are never,  happy and are already complaining that some cars are  travelling a little fnst around  some of the curves.  Arrangements were mado for  the finishing touches of paint  to be applied to the Post Office and library.  Also it was  mentioned that thc table, presently  serving  as , a  desk,  is  rather unsightly and also a bit  unsteady on its feet and a new  ' table or desk would add to tho  appearance of tho library, JIow-  cver ��� as -thero - are -��� no- funds '"*"  available at thc present, someone expressed the oplnon that  something of this sort might bo  hiding out in /iomeone'n. shed  or ntUc and with a coat of paint  < or varnish might, bo Just what  Is needed. M anyone has nuch  a  piece of furniture,  perhaps  you  would  like  to give  it  a  now home.  A letter requesting financial  awslHtancp for swimming claw*  cs was read'and II waa.ntfrccd  _Jb0t���a..domiUon��would bo modd;  also a  nmall grnnt would be  Awards will then bo presented including fishing derby,  cross ��� country, saddle ride,  float winners, etc. '  Entertainment will be supplied by thc Tidewater Players, children's sports and the  Steel Calypso band,' The sky-  divers will give ��� two performances during thc day,, it Js  hoped to have tho Squarenaders for a short spell in the afternoon and a bingo tent will  be operated by the Kinsmen.  A hptdog stand wlllbe run by  the Legion Auxiliary, Boy  Scouts will, provide a fins* aid  tent and tho Guides a baby  sitting service,' '  ' Aihong the services provided  by the Chancellor Cor Club will  iblos nt the disposal of tho  Committee;; A convertible will  also be provided by the club  for those born on July %, Any-  dno quallfytog -and wishing to  enter thb special event should  contact, Lloyd Bingiey 880-2818,  .1 Square , dancing will take  place, Jn7Uio, evening ��on..the  Pinna ��� nnd n public dance will  bo held 0:30 p.m. in the H^h  Heboid auditorium.  "'"NfliliUTB Blown down Iho go*  Ing Ulto, paying**��s -you- go, 1*, *  UBLIC  <k tfl*,   !�����*���     .)�� tlf^t-4   H.'A*ll1*(,  Infsraatiorael Order  of Job's pcaughfers  BETHEL 28  ������   ' ' 1'  Tho public is cordially invited  to the installation of  MISS JUI>Y-BROWN  Honored Queen Elect  and her Officers  ..1,���  on  SATURDAY, JUNE 26,1965  at 7:3TO p.m.  MASONIC HALL - ROBERTS CREEK  X  tf-Atw'M  M    rf^ �����.**-���.*'kltt-;     -V-A.il  "T,,,"H.-n,  *i^+.��|l>.^��*,*,��f^��(.  .,��wt*i..,lw^,#-,--.��t',|..t(.'-  ��� i       ... '   :  .1 .1      .. ,       .      ,  .���^^.^,^ *-^ -.     i.   -   ��  ~ lf��t HI+- v - W ��_f     **. .  ^5_C  ^^f -V*-*~" '"W1     -^*-( If  <S  '  J  J*  f  MOHE ABOUT ., . ���..<-  Inter-school sports  from tpage 8���    .*- ' ,~  -sons.    .     "        ,,.������,'���*  'Bays 8  and ^Gtenn BUrd-  ett,   " Porjt     Mellon-Langdale;  elt.        7 ^ \.,        "t n   '    det|' ^orteOanee. Vpavies, ,port *��� Wed,; June 23,1965     Sechelt Peninsula Times,. Page J K  Girls 12*andover--Nickerson< " Mellon-Langdale^ Shupe,   Gib->" p-~- , *   ��� \. ; -���t. �� ~���~   Y\**t��*��        T)��a��T/��.4i HY.-.1-...*_    *   r��_�� */_._���/    DAAmiifMn1   . .- TA-nop1-      1_��/���.!���* J-*_____i_ s    _���*���.���. . *   i-. t .   -i*-..  __.��� -___        *r*r_.___.     . r*���^t-.-.ti^        ��?_.._..-.  2L,"whF riiSJ^pJSnlT 'MwAeB^nP, W^ltoir, Gibsons,    endregt; Nestman&Lambr^e-* Harris, Cooper, j Verhulst, Gib-~ "! USE TIMES AD ptgjfFS,^  Steve   Hill,   IrfDSOns,4   __Ty   V&-    ,   ��,'      ,Q       "A   a   ��.,,,���    _������_      ~WU- ,  Vina    . n!��H���  ��� fJ��,ifr��.t-  Vsnnsi   Rormw   Ntewshftm- flfem.     '       FOR' QUICK. RESULTS  I ^M^^^tV^l^'W^it^MMi^^-fWtMWM  �����,*.*-���'"  ,,*-*  /"  vies, Port Mellon-Langdale,  ..Boys 10 arid 11���-Michael Evans, Sechelt . Phil Bland, Ro-,  berts' Creek;  Greg Wallis,\ Sechelt.-  ��� Boys 12 and over���James El-    -  dred,   Roberts   Creek;\ Terry    ���  Newsham, Sechelt;. Alan Hem-    *  street; Sechelt, -^  - Girls 10 and 11���-Wendy Brac-  . kett, 'Sechelt;" VickT Pockrant,  Madeira Park; Brenda Nicher-   -  sort, SecheK  7, * Oirls; 12 '.and   over���Cheryl  "'tltae,*-'Madeira- Park? rK: Par--  'sons, Seclieltj'.Cathy^HaU^Gib- -  .sons/ ^ *-   *       v * - <r      --\J  -'running long jump  -Zt Girls 6 and 7~Marie Fisher, (  * port ' Mellon-Langdale; Shannon Crook,- Roberts Creek;  Margaret Gibbons, Davis Bay.  ' Girls 8 and &���Kathy Eyer  ley, Gibsons; Susan Jorgenson,  Sechelt,. Laurie Allan,.Sechelt.  '  % Girls 10 and 11���Gwen Kingston, V Madeira Park; Barbara  Price, Gibsons; Glenys MacLeod, Davis Bay.  ~ Girls 12 and over���Maureen  Owen, Gibsons; Denis little-  John, Port Mellon-Langdale;  Jackie Duty, Sechelt.  Boys 6 and 7���Robbie Williams, - Roberts Creek; Trevor  Reid", Gibsons; Craig Norris,  Gibsons;  < Boys 8 and 9���Glenn Burdett,  Port Mellon-Langdale; Herb  Berdahl, Port Mellon-Langdale;  tan Brown, Madeira Park.  , Boys ���10-and 11���Phil Bland,  Roberts Creek; Rob Anderson,  Port Mellon-Langdale; Robert  Hartle, Roberts Creek. -  t Boys 12 and over���Terry  Newsham, Sechelt _ Bab Benner, Sechelt; > Ken Verhulst,  Gibsons.  HIGH JUMP  Girls 8 andt 9���P.  Johnson,  Port  Mellon-Langdale;  L.  AI-  - Ian, Sechelt - J. Cooper, Gibsons.  Girls 10 and 11���S. Hoehne,  Gibsons; S. Newman, Roberts  Creek; S. Kinne, Port Mellon-  Langdale. " ��� .,  t Girls 12'and over*���D. little-  john, ; Port . Mellon-Langdale;  W, Brackett, Sechelt; M. Owen, Gibsons,  I Boys 8 and- &���H. Berdahl,  Port ,Mellon-Langdale; tie between G, Davics, Port Mellon-  Langdale; S. Paulson, Sechelt;  and B, Price, Gibsons.  ' Boys io and U���M, Evans,  Sechelt; D. Erickson, Davis  Bay;, tie' between R. Anderson,  Port Mellon-Langdale and M.  Dober, Gibsons.  ��� Boys 12 -and over���A. Hem-  street, Sechelt; R. Kilborn, Madeira Park; D. Szabo, Roberts  Creek.   ,  TAG RELAY  Girls 6 and 7 ��� Gibbons,  Tremble, Humphreys, Beets,  v.Vnp-jyta Bay; Bllclck, Rae, De-  vaney, Macpherson, Madeira  Park; Lucas, Calder, Fisher,  Johnson, Port Mellon-Langdale.  Boys 6 and 7 ��� Abrams,  Smith, RcJd, Norris, Gibsons;  Fromager, Hartlo, Williams,  plomgrcn, Roberts Creek; Comeau, Winn, Girard, Wilson,  Port Mellon-Langdale.  CROSS COUNTRY RUN  Boys open���D, Harris, Gib*  sons; Dt Szabo, Roberts Creek;  R. Maophcrson, Madeira Park,  <y��lrls open���W, Brackett, Se*  chelt; -��� Mr Owen,- ��� Gibsons; -D,--  Uttlojohn,   Port   Mellon-Langdale,  SHUTTLE  RELAY  Girls a and �����Zucff, Top-  ham, Eyerly, Gust, Gibsons;  Hall, Allan, Jorgenson, Sturam,  Soehclt; vScrvIco, Blomgrcn,  . Blomgrcn, Hanson, Roberta  Creek  Girls 10 and 11���Hall, Gregory,   Price,   Hoehne,   Gibsons;  Donley,   <Lawrenco,   Kingston,  Madeira Park;  Fcnrnloy, Jae*  k   g<Sr,  Sheridan,, Parsons, Scch-  3oys8 and 9���Berdahl, Bur- , chelt; a King; Rigby,   Godfrey, ^spns^ Benner, Newsham; Hem-  *t  k .  1                \.  j?  * *-*. -uN      -.      **���*?>-  -  v%,  ^'^ ,  1  -  > i-  -s  f  r"           o�� -* *~'Z "    -  '���z^;-,<z xzi  -T A  -.  i       -      v      1   4*"'   *���**" '  "  r *                ��xr t     -      "���  *   *  : <-A-*s j. r^tf,  -  r  ^  .1   --V;;      J     i -P  -1  -^   **��^i^ *�� ,-*,s  \  V   '.it'i,* , r f i  1  j  J.  "Z V*%^-V *  *  y          v~     >      <. y ^ ^  ��� r.        1  The Parliament of Canada has amended the Old Age Security Act.v  Over the next five years the age' at which the Old Age Security ]  pension becomes payable is to be gradually reduced to 65. Eligibility for pension is subject to certain residence requirements. i  In January, 1966 the. Old Age Security Pension of $75 a month will  be payable to those aged 69; in 1967 to those aged 68; in 1968 to  those aged 67; in 1969 to those aged 66; in 1970 and thereafter to.  those aged 65.  If you were bom  Deo. 1895 to  August 1696  Sept. 1896 to  Dec. 1896  January 189?  February 1897  March 1897  April 1897  May 1897  June 1897  July 1897  August 1897,  . September 1897  October 1897,  November 1897  December 1897  January 1898  February 1898  March 1898  April 1898  May 1898  Juno 1898  July 1898  August 1898  September 1898  October 1898  November 1898  December 1898  You^hould apply  .Your pension  should-begin in  June  July  1965  1965  August 1965  September 1965  October - 1965  November 1965-  December 1965  January- 1966  Februalry 1966  March 1966  April 1966  May 1966  Juno 1966  July , 1966  January 1966  January 1966  February 1966  March       1966  April  1966  May  1966  Juno  1966  JMly  1966  July  1966  July  1966  July  1966  July  1966  January  January  196*6  1966  -February --1966'  - March       1966  April   -     1966  May      : 1966  June 1966  July 1966  August     1966  ��� September -1966  October < 1966  November 1966  December 1966  January 1967  January    1967  ,'January 1967  January 1967  January: 1967.  January 1967  January 1967  January    1967  . January ' 1967  Jafiuary 1967  January 1967  January 1967  January    1967  SIMILAR CHARTS COVERING FOLLOWING YEARS WILL DE PUBLISHED'LATER.  How to apply w '  You may obtain an Old Age Security application form at your local  Post Office. Persons who are not in Canadajtnay obtain an appli-  cation form by wntine to the Regional Director of Old Age Security  in the capital city of the province in which they formerly lived.  ���\\ v*  .t*��otWtoW*il tH*-*��Hi��ttM)- t<t*WMwl��l>'*  i   <  } A  "I A  }i f  : '  .'���(���������.  if   i!  \  i  i.i  .    'i ' I  1  **���*  '  V      *  l*-~1����(1ll|lV-fl--*��.|*,  ��� mif^irn, i-t fliB<i����,n-, ^-,,^*^. i*)-tH i* ���H4i��.HifH-i't'>n* k���>((i(.t*^-**wMm���*  Published by  tlio Department of National Health and Welfare  V      ,      ���",-'     * by authority of  \  t  i:  �� I ** i} *inm* *-������*����� ���  l,.k-iLn^U,*..t4^lddJ^^  Ijffl,,^,,,*!,^),.)!,*!^  1 ��t   l. ,>s.  1   i      -" "V.rJSl  Page 12,    Sechelt Peninsula Times     Wed., June 23,1965  Around Gibsons  GIBSONS Squarenaders had an impromptu square dance  in Hopkins Hall June 12 with three squares in attendance. Plans-for July _ float.are underway and on  June 26 there will be ,a square dance and beach party  at Seaside, rain or shine. Bring your- own refreshments.  -"-*-W *���*���j*"*-  FAMOUS LAST WORDS  What happened to the. Tide  Water Players who said' they  and bought souvenirs for their  collections;   the   remainder   ot  We5?n? ,Setong *TLVea :aPin' ^e day was spent in Stanley  until     foil?     SftOorol     hnva    noon       _      .       v *  Business luncheon  SECHELT Hospital Auxiliary heldr their second business, luncheon, last week and  catered for more than 100 people. The Hospital .Cottage was turned into an English style tea room, diners having the choice of lunching in or out of doors. Business  people returning to their work could be heard commenting on the excellence of the  meal served.  :  :)���  '1^*7*   �����-.    *  *tJ-*.K-"  until fall? Several have been  seen on Sunday nights practicing around a bonfire, in order  to get a short program ready  for July 1 celebrations in Gibsons.  DISCOTHEQUE  About 30 teenagers and parents attended a meeting at tbe  site of the discotheque in Roberts Creek June 14. Rules and  regulations were discussed and '  plans made to raise money  for the necessary  equipment.  Vickie Lee Franske was the  very capable chairman of the  meeting.  Car washes were held in Sechelt and Gibsons June 19 to  raise money for a raffle-prize  planned for the future. 'Work  bees are held on the building  every Sunday morning at 10:30  a.m., anyone interested is welcome to join the crew but bring  your own hammer.  BROWNIE DAY IN  VANCOUVER  First Roberts Creek Brownie  Pack joined-the 1st &>2nd Gibsons Packs for a trip by bus to  Vancouver, leaving Gibsons on  the 8.30 p.m. ferry. Upoo arrival in Vancouver they divided  into two groups; 1st Gibsons  Pack went to Kitsilario Beach  where they loured the museum  Park.  4 r  . First Roberts Creek and Second Gibsons p:cks went to  Queen Elizabeth Park for lunch  and saw the Mary Poppins  show which was followed by  dinner in a restaurant at English Bay. From there tbey  walked to Stanley Park to join  tbe other pack. Rides on the  miniature train and ponies were  enjoyed before boarding the  bus for home.  Footsore and weary leaders  seen resting on the 7:30 p.m.  ferry were: Mrs. L. Farr/Mrs.  A, Blomgren, and Mrs. R.  Blomgren, of 1st Roberts  Creek, Mrs. D. Wheeler, Mrs.  W. Scott, and Mrs. J. Roberts  of the 2nd Gibsons, Mrs. T.  Meredith and Mrs. A. L. Olson  of 1st Gibsons Pack.  Wew citizens  CUMMINGS--TO Mr. and Mrs.  Da n    Cummings,    Egmont,  B.C., a son born June 16, 1985|  :. atSfc Mary's Hospital? Sechettr  B.C.  KLOSSNER���To Mr. and, Mrs.  Henry Klossner, Sechelt,  B.C., a son, born June 18, 1965  at St. Mary's Hospital, Sechelt,  B.C.  Many helpers  BUSINESS luncheon smorgasbord style was served in  the Hospital Cottage, Sechelt, last week. Pistured  here *are just a few of the riiariy members of the hospital auxiliary who made the venture such a success. Mrs.  ��� May--.NonningtonJ,MTs>..Jna.,G^e7.Mrsr Elsie Johnson. CI x���wg()l ��� ,ucuu���, �����..  Mrs. Jack Morgan, Mrs. Eva Hayward* Mrs, Lee Red- j visit when writing last week.1,  man, Mrs. Ada Dawe, Mrs. Mildred Chambers and Mrs. "Eye" and for this omission i  Ann Gordon. -r.Xw.~, -..a^.a-7'must-apologize, All these pret-   : ' ��� ,..,���'i ..,.,.:;.,���.���.;... 'V y.Z.y; ' ty nurses have*a distracting effect on my efforts to concentrate and that is my excuse  ",'��.-.V-            ., this time.        I ,'   '..'  Now, the' problem has been solved.  Another friend, in fact my  first visitor from Egmont, was  Jim Jeffries. Somehow or other I forgot to mention  Jim's  Egmont Eye  ~~       "              '������������( ���by John Duniop AROUND EGMONT      -     *  (                 *           ���   ���   ������    ..,        , ���'      ���_v    . , . I am glad tolhear that Henry  HOSPITAL windup ? ? ?���Tuesday, June 15,and I have-. an<1 AmeUa  Silvey  arc back  n't been "sprung" yet. My 30-day sentence has now home after their long absence;  stretched to 32 days. Evidently the VGH does not be- due to Amelia's illness,, Henry  lieve in time off for good behavior. Either that, or my and,Amelia aiie the patriarchs'  good friend of many years standing, Dr. Hector Gilles- of the silvey clan in this dist-  pie is giving me a bad time by refusing to discharge me. rict and it is to be hoped that  He'has^either heard of the run of big spring salmon at Amelia's recovery is such that  Egmont and is up there enjoying himself/being an ar- ^o will enjoy, their presence  dent fishermani or has said to'himself: "Now that I have for ������ ^ "��? *> come.   ;  "so and so" Duniop where I want him, I'll smarten him A now, additipn to the,Danny  up and keep him in storage for a few more days." In gimmings household arrived at  Coast, here ,m 1 airview ray     ^ this, Js thc >cginnlng ot an. West .oast, will certainly have  "other tourist attraction In our cause for celebration and sis*  locality, Saddle ponies for hire,  With only ono horse it would  have been tough if a young fellow and his girl friend had decided to go horseback riding,  Tough on tho  horse,   that is,  ___aa  _fl_f4C/J_  ���*M&W#?h  mmmmm  BUILD NOW  Patios - Car Port  That Extra Room  Put Up That Fence,  \ $9ow is the time  we have the, supplies  GULF BUILDING SUPPLIES  Phone 885-2283     - Sechelt, B.C.  illon 3, in tho person of Mrs.  Jean Russell of Gibsons. Mrs;  Rusficjl is assistant supervisor  of this ward, oni the day-shift  nursing staff, and lis thoTwifCot  well known Gibsons troller;  Archici'Russell,1 Aichie and son  Gary arc now onVtno northern  fishing grounds in their new  irollen MV Sandra1 Jean. II.  Good luck to thorn, and If Archie and Gary pay, as much nt*  tcntlon to their fishing as wife  Joan does-to her patients they  win^have-a-real-good-seaflonr  Another touch with' homo, In  a roundabout way, was to learn  that Miss Koohn, ono oi our  nurses, was a room-mate of  Mnda Malcolm'of Pender Harbour wlio is also on the nursing staff herb, Linda, daughter  of Bill Malcolm, well known  render Hnrboiir fisherman and  union member, trained at VGH  with Miss Koohn, and this  frlcndshtFf'bn!T'-'Coiiitlrared���aftcr  graduation,  , ,,  .,., Additional    figmont   visitors  this past week wero Joy and  ters Crystal, ((twins) Brenda  and Wcn<ly will have a little  brother to look' after,  See you all next week wllh  tho "case of the missing doctor."  now  Repairs  Your typewriter cleaned, oiled, adjusted, and no  ribbon installed for only $8.95 when you bring it  to The Timci. (Mechanical repairs or parts aro extra  ���you will bo advised of any extra cost before any  work ia done unlets wo aro Instructed to contrary,)  Adding Machine Servico at same rates and con-  , ditions... ,.   ,  ���.���,    ..    I Bit  FI/VIK   SECHELT - PHONR 885-  9654  Ml!  CAR & TRUCK TIRE CENTRE  Let us supply all your Tire  requirements  Quality r Service -Economy  GIBSONS ^SERVICE  Phono 886-2572  KnMMftiMMNMMIl,MW,WiIW����MIIMiKM��M��IUUUt>n��l�� *H��lwtN��U>-|li|jl��t��<>iMt'!rf��i<ri|inil!| ,IW;!W w*ti^,k��u����K 9WIU��Wt*W'U����ttKwritiri<BA>wtMM>..'4  ���'"iff 'Mn*,,-,'**n* "���fl-'ri-^^  t#w<)'-'ii'*i<v-t**tt+r'r*fvrty+yr'mfr��rt~v  Use Your SHELL, CREDIT CARD  or Apply for A Bank Loan  <       i  ���>-,���,' -  ���tj'..- :."*������ i--j��'-.  t    i  11 'r"^l*~J*i fCMfll-l'  ��tUv.��..-.v^-M'U'J*t*-*i'.l*^-^^ f ,f *V \*r^t*>i^i*  <NA  A*V     If**!--F-W*    T��_^        fc*  *.fi-    ��- ^    ��� ~***~*Jf���B^vV>**^'T��--i^-^j_i^|Lit^v��-eW*^+��*r*'-��'*' f-WMrii-*,�� If ^i-t-f-O*  *^**--T-l*'iW-��---f     *  ���**���-��-���, ���-__ #>..->-Wu-*V*     W-r* v-��� 4*"-P  _>4_r y   �� >.V***��-J.*if*-��W._^����s*^iW. -^   ���-*-- v  *��*w^ -t* ^^i. -**tf,W_I  -*������-<     ���_���'* 1** ft'"-*'!-*'  %< ���  Not desperate . ... /       * ,  L     I       p-  > l  Sewei tosher vfflcsiides  , :���'-.���. /������ v -v-i-wi''- >r''?f-7'vv|;'-^.~_'  apt sSsnidrt Mfflintffisiied  SECRETARY-treasiiiWr. Peter WiteontieportetiAat.fi re-  7 Jcent^sobool hoard meeting-that ;a stx-iotratfc, extension bad been requested on the borrowingfjteridd for>Be-  fer^ndum No. 4. ' * . j >-> -��� -���p���r^���������c'y*���:"'*'"'"''���  Moniesyto Jbe borrowd from -$��bool teachers^ItVas agreed  referenda jfcos. 5 and 6 includ- * -****<> this but Johnson said that  ed Japprosimately ' $7,000f - for tt* remuneration _id-not1 -make  architect fees; $?.000< for West''ijt worthwhile unless���teacnen>  Sechelt site-deyelopnient; $7,475 . were folidaying here.%, \ \ *  for Gibsons'elementary site de- -   -Regarding school-boundaries,  Wed., June 23,1965 ,   Sechelt peninsula Times  ��� Page 13  o�� ?;_ -�� .ft >���**������  "^     _ * i     ��     v    - i  _* ��i*  ��**���,*  >*W-5K_  velopment and the cost of Pender t Harbour, High School - wiring-would be borrowed from  funds allowed for contingencies:  Regarding fire protection in  it was decided not to set a pc r-  manent boundary between Roberts Creek and Gibsons but  for this, coming-term it would  be set at the cemetery cutoff  the district,,Porter is planning*���<-**n��m also suggested it,may  a water storage system at Pen.   *** beneficial -to- transfer the  der, Harbour  High  School.   \   Halfmoon Bay elementary _lu  .letter had been received from   dente a*t����ding Madeira Park  Mr. 7 Clay   of ��� Madeira ��Park   ���� Secfcdt  suggesting that more fire figb-  ing equipment is needed ia the  high school amounting to approximately $300. Tbe board  will send a report for the provincial fire marshali's .approval.  Mr. Bathgate has submitted  a tender fbr water service in  the Egmont area, $1.10 per  nautical mile with a minimum  set at $10.00 per day. The board  agreed that any contract drawn  up should indicate that should  the number of students fall below five then the contract  would become void.  Requests for more secretarial  help from Mrs. Wiren and Mr.  Dober resulted- in the board  granting three days help to Mr.  Dober and three and one-half  days to Mrs. Wiren. Wilson  stated that out of 20 applicants,  Miss Susan Butler had been  hired for" the clerical po_t in  the school.board office.  Group'life insurance companies had all quoted on tbe same  basis.  Insurance coverage - be-  Planning for the*next referendum, the superintendent  would recommend two extra  classrooms at Gibsons Elementary, one at Sechelt and three  at Elphinstone-which would be  required for vocational, home  economics and commercial programs.  Johnson commended W. Reid  and the 'staff of Sechelt Elementary School on the work  that had been performed preparing maps of the West Sechelt Elementary School on the  work that had been performed  preparing maps of the West Sechelt district showing the distribution of students. Forty-two  students would attend the West  Sechelt Annex, two classes  of twenty-one each. Notices  would be mailed to parents giving details.  .W. S. Potter principal of Elphinstone reported that the  senior dance had been most  successful. Money donated by  the students' Mardi Gras committee would be used to im-  B.C. medical plan  �����**����� --��-i_i_jjaj_* vm. uvwcuviua  u_ I.1IU9U  wiuiuuia au_�� '  /-*-.!.  *���_*-- __����_���  heached a new-high,as 502,788 booklets describing  the British Columbia Medical Plan go into the mail. Tie  Hon. -Wesley D. Black, provincial secretary, is seen  above showing the booklet to Mrs. Lynn Ozmond of Vancouver. Mr. Black stated that the British Columbia Medical Plan ensures^that every person and family in this ^^ ^^ ^ old  .province may obtain comprehensive prepaid medical site ^^ q*^ said ..^g  coverage at reasonable monthly premiums. The plan,  which was-initiated by the provincial government, has  been-fully approved by the doctors'of British Columbia.  Park site iable_ -  on crcukr iou,  COMMENCING "on the/attivaf*  *  back on Boulevard of the pic*- *-.*���,  nlc tables which had been re-* - v  moved to' Hackett Park, swnte -���  weeks ago by Coun.  Benner, <    ,  Coun.   Bernel  Gordon-;atlla^t    ^  council meeting asked on what  section of the picnic area the   ..  tables had been re-established.  He was told by Coun. Benv  ner, they ,were jiow set up m "  front of the site of the old ho-%  teL  *  "This is all very, chummy,?' '  replied Coun. Gordon, "it would  be much better if they ������ were  spread out a little, possibly in  a westerly direction^ Or is it  that you have been intimidated  too,"-he asked.  *- m  Clerk E. Rayner, somewhat  amused, suggested the councillor take a drive along Boulevard later in order to make  sure some of the tables were  not in the westerly directum he  referred to.  Following a visit to the area  later. In tfae evening, during  which he observed the benches  were all in the one small lo- ���  hotel  m  x~�� -  ZU''A  ?<:  ���4  ������h >���  9, -  Ia  *  1  * ?  needs to be watched very closely. We have the tap at the  waterfront park site but no  tables."  ing to the-nearest $l,000rof an-- pt_ve.'-*_  EA syst_m-.��$ ,%  inual earnings up "to 50 years,    school. There would beTio elec  Between 50.and 60 the maximum being $3,000 and over GO,  $1,000. The lowest1 rate came  from the Great West life, 37  cents per $1,000 coverage.  Mrs. M. Ball reported that  the BCSTA had' now issued a  1 comprehensive report concerning group insurance and suggested the board compare figures before making a decision.  Wilson said that he had not received a copy, to which Mrs.  Ball replied that she would  lend him her copy.  Wilson - reported that both he  and Mrs. Service had benefit-  tod from their recent visit to  Victoria and that there were  no problems concerning thc  referenda,  Superintendent Gordon John-  son reported that there were  stH,l seven vacancies for teach-  cfs in thc school district but  thc iK��sition was not yet desperate enough for thc board'to  lower thc standard they had  set.  The request for summer  school teaching' staff had met  with poor response as many  teachers were themselves attending summer school this  year. Mrs, Jackson suggested  that tho board advertise outside  the  district, fbr  summer  tricity nine program this year  but there, would be a course  available the following year.  The new business which ended the meeting was in the form  of motions proposed by Mrs.  Celia' Fisher, the first that  "The board inquire of the  BCSTA their policy of sending  executive members ., as delegates to the dept. of education," was seconded by Mrs,  P. Volen.  The second "lhat the board  inquire of the BCSTA when a  motion was passed authorising Mrs. Ball to Inquire about  Sechelt > and Powell River district superintnedency and possible amalgamation, of districts  in   thc  South  Coast  Branch/'  7--HV-:-,-.V--Jil^lr-i.L.^:-IIMl.-;^,J-)'',-l;.-^  Sechelt  Beauty Salon  ANNOUNCE  We WilB Be  CLOSED  July 2nd and 3rd  Phone 885-9525  I MMi*l��wttttiiH^m<ttaMK4-^^  I    ^-.^H-.i--f*T-J.��*,w(*M��..^|.1���-,f(j--.  MADEIRA MARINA  With  "  ' f,.'  Complete  ' So*��*V  SoirviccvyV'"  YOMf  Ocolflr  For  ��� ; ;  IVINRUM  Trailer Court, Launching Ramp, CnmpflHos  -|CaMni-BoqtvRontal^  DOMINION DAY  CELEBRATl  7:S!'ll^|^pS|:all  "ZAi^^��^^^i Z  VVv:;;:,|V|VH^|S*!fVV ���'���.  Salmon  Derby���Down  until  Noon  Saddle Club-^Time Lapse Roce  >  9:30 a.m.  Scooter Race���-Kinsmen Park  10:30 a.m.  Floats line up at SunnyCrest Plaza  11:30 a.m.  Judging of Float Entrants - 12 Noon  Parade starts 1  p.m.  Marpole Pipe Band in Attendance  PARK PROGRAM  Crowning of the Queen ~���  Jackie Tracy  Presentation of Guests  Awards to Winners:  Fish Derby - Floats  Scooter Race, - Horse Race  Tidewater Players Entertainment  Children's Sports 4 to 11 years    .'3��  Sky Divers Display 3:30 p.m.       '����!!  i  Kinsman Park  Moonlighters Steel Band  Entertainment  (Limbo Dancers, Folk Singers,  Bongo Drummers)  BVBNING  ,  ENTERTAINMENT  Squarenaders Square Donee 7-9 at  Sunnycrest Plaxa  Sky Divers Display at High School  Pubfic Dance at High School Gym  to tho Moonlighters Stool Band.  FIRST AID-SERVICE BY THE BOY SCOUTS  BABY SITTING SERVICES BY THE GIRL GUIDES  REFRESHMENTS    -   BINGO:�����,'���      PRIZES  ?��  l��i.i>A**'*>*W*t l#fokfe#i��nfe*M^t-'l----i---  ���  Wt   NI   <-.(*>    W��t#    |��W����   Wt  f-i-,,1        nm a * jhi t\M 4*1* w ���* ^>t(�� ���imi'U-.  "����#*��� #* �������� r#VlP*  ���t,Yi*t*Mf��'if��'w'f*'i-  J *~A^  1 -*   ~     >".      . -*  ��_"    ��_-Sr,il     ���**��*�� '  ..V*  f_ge IA      Secf-elt tfem'nsulo *.'&VS      Vfe  , * *v    ��   ���.>���  I, June 23, i9o5  ���*?-   1��.  Colorful visitors  COLOR will be added to the Gibsons July 1st day celebrationTwfthl^e ja^pearance of the Royal Canadian  Legion Pipe Band, Branch _3. Band compnsis\~2Tmem-  bers under the direction of Pipe Major Thos. R. Binnie  and Drum Major Marcel Musa. Now considered one of  the best bands on the Pacific Coast,,it was outfitted at  na cost of $7,000 by Legion Branch 83, South Burnaby.  Forming in 1952, the band ..became affiliated'with Mar-  pole Community Association which provides a practice  Squaringly Yours  ���-by Maurice Hemstreet  HI THERE, fellow square dancers, fasten your seat  belts and I will try to give a rundown on the square  dance held at Lake Cowichan on June 5, 1965, then sit  back and cry a little because I couldn't make it either.  Five. couples went over from    : ; ���  the Sechelt PromenadersV Tom    were ^ paper power  saws,  and Gladys Parish, Gordy and    in ^ I��m_ told that Rai sel-  hall. They Mer tecarn, assodated mth Branch 83 but   ��j^*^ ��Hf 3   S_T_.".^ThE.T_  are often still referred to as the Marpole Band,  Well attended . . .  / .    '  Sunday Musical  fine entertainment  Dick Dooley, all climbed into  the Parish station wagon and  caught the 8:30 a,m. ferry from  Langdale, thence to Nanaimo,  then on to Lake Cowichan.  Now the other two couples,  Cal and Irene Tingley, Sam  and Pearl MacKenzie, had to  work right up'to the last minute so they chartered a Sechelt Air Service plane and  flew .directV to Lake Cowichan.  floor. Canvas was then spread  but, saw horses set iip complete with saw logs and the  two couples competed for a  prize in an old. fashioned log  bucking contest, I guess the  sawdust was really flying. Several spot prizes were also given out during the evening and  right about now IVam shedding  another tear because if I had  gone I may have won, a prize.  Twenty-three   sets   were   on  PUPILS of MrsC1 BettyAllen, ATCM, LRSM, provided   I understand thai the pUot, Mr.  u'   delightful entertainment at last Sunday's musicale   Freeman ^thoughrtheywere a   the*TKJ'If tte To oflhe:%  held m Elphinstone High School auditorium. The per-   ����'������*���>�����-���-�����"���' '-��������>��  formance was well attended and enjoyed by performers  and listeners.  ��� -  Piano recitals were given, l>y  Mathew "Ball," Robyne Garriott,  Ruth Blomgren, Dena Blatch-  ford, Dale Peterson, Ricky,Nelson, Linda Pearson, Katherine  Potter, Wayne "Wright, Karen  Karateew,'   William     Docker,  *i#*^*5t*|*t(*i( MfttPW  Nprman Blatchford, Debra  Marsh, Deborah Dockar, Linda Yates, Marilyn Macey, Carol Enemark, Lynda Dockar,  Pauline Liste, Heather ��� Lang,  and Dianne McDonald.  Mrs. Anne Garry (formerly  Lang) ARCT played Waltz; Op.  C4 No. 1 by Chopin. Anne is a.  former pupil of Mrs, Allen who  has continued her studies and  her playing as always, was  very enjoyable,  Guest artists from Vancouver  wore Penny-Lee Davis and Jo*  Anne Bcntlcy, Violinist Diane  Mfthl was unable to attend duo  to Illness, .    '7" ���-.  Penny   Leo   Davis   charmed  tho audience with n lovely Run*  fiisiii Peasant Dance, Variationsi7'",S  by' Klrchncr and Enchantment   8  by, Schuloff,     , g  Something   now   and   very  touching were tho several folk  Bongs sung by Jo-Anne Bcntlcy;  ���these were'unaccompanied nnd  'sung with such sincerity that  many  people  were  moved, to  tears.   Jo-Anne  who  sings! soprano   also  sang   two   accompanied numbers which received  much' acclaim. \  Mathew , Ball presented bouquets , to both performers and  also to Mrs.. Allen.  The talent displayed at the  recital is a credit to the area  and also to Mrs. Allen. It is  hoped tha^ these performances  will continue in future years.  Following the performance  pupils and parents were graciously    entertained    In    tho  ..boa.utiful.ncw homo of Mr. and  Mrs, II. H, Macey which Is  situated on tho bluff at Gib*  ��� soas.  a ,,-..,, ',. 7,<-.,.  little off their rocker! Imagine,  flying by plane to a square  dance; Well I have to admit  that it is an expensive way to  travel to: ��� a square dance but, j  when you figure out that you  don't need a 'half a dozen bottles of mountain dew, due to  alcoholic beverages being taboo in square dancing the  world over, then the overall  picture of expense is much  cheaper, regardless of how you  travel.  Now to get on with thc  dance; Rai Thomas was the  caller and Master of Ceremonies for tho evening with the  Lively Lakers being the host  club, Sots in order was called  at 8;$0 p.m. and tho square  dance was In full awing, The  hall waff decorated In n' log*  ger's   motif,   the   name   tags  ening, with representatives  from eighteen clubs, but there*  are still some around that say  square dancing the modern way  will never catch oh. Well, this  round-up 'at, ka^e Cowichan,  proves different, I think.  The square dance at the hall  finished off with a cold plate  supper supplied by the ladies  of tbe Lively Lakers. After the  e;supper#vwasa. over,.,Jt�� was u,an-,-  nounced that there was a  mark on the bottom Of someone's paper plate, which entitled the owner of said plate to  a special prize, and after  much turning over of plates,  Mary Graham, from Nanaimo,  was the; grand winner. I think  I shall shed another tear. Well  that's the story of my life. But  then how. can you win if you're  -. riot-therer- -^-,,      - .-��,���  Well, the Sechelt Promenaders and | other enthusiastic  square dancers squared up at  Rai and Rosemary Thomase's  place and danced till about  three a.m. ��� . V, J.   Sunday afternoon they once  again squared up on Rai's lawn  and danced till it was time to  say, see you at a Square dance;  then hurry to catch the four  o'clock ferry out of Nanaimo  to Horseshoe Bay, then to  Langdale arriving back in Sechelt about 9 p.m. \vith news  that ;it was ,the; best square  dance trip they had ever been  ,on, so, sniff, snort, sob-sob I!  will see you at, the next square  dance, ,  ��^' "���������', i    ������������������:>��� s  ."W-tH-k��� -*_-������    mm-m-m**    "   ��� ��� _���    _���_._*_������-���.-�����-> h_^  I  ��*t!_W^#i*^PM#j(-##^iW��*>��8  TINGLEYS HI-HEAT  SALES and SERVICE  foit youitc^  We have installed an automatic  Telephone Answering Machine  win  cash.  or a unique new  4��; CnhtRDIBII  Chiropractic Office  MON.rTHMRS,r5AT.  167& Marino Drive * Gibsons  Phono 886-9843  Our "ELECTRON��C SECRETARY will aniwoir your |  S call and record your message ������ Day or Night, ^  ��'���' Give lra"-,tryl""*,;"   '   M&  ��    Phono 885-9636 ��� 855-9332 ������ Socholt, BC.    ��  'v'',v'v;C'i':';'':,:,;;^':\':,',..;chain'8aw   ' ;   '   .   '  That's rlghtl Simply como In and take a demonstration  of tbo- newkcnnnD>Bn,177. Weill show.you.how,.,  you, may win a prize,  CHAIN SAW CENTRE  W.I��on Crook, B.C. Phono 885-9626  WE DO SfRWCf WHAT WE SELL  SALES AND SERVICE OF ALU MAKES  OF MOWERS AND SMALL ��� MOTORS  K   -WHM>W>Wi-'iM-MM4t��L<  ���*****W^W^-W*f*fr^ i "J-. ��*T��*s-,  *U  i.^i- ��. '~-,���i ~  ���-*���<   K   _"J��*t��-��J^��T*     *l���*'>t-*t -f  ,i.      _*-_-��'*' ���w"* **�� "*���* F*��-��7U "*��� ���*J-;-?i*'-t*����^l.-***-M *--**^  Wod., June 23,1965 ~ , Sechelt Peninsula Times     Page 15  Valuable reference .. v , .       I  ^  :a  $a  a  rt  FOR THE'firjSt time in the; jiistory of School District No.  ,46 (Sechelt) the board of school trustees Has a coa_-  p lete\ anil ��� comprehensive appraisal of r the property,  buildings and equipment -owned, by the taxpayers.    v \  In tabling the 268-page report , ~ : - ;,;;i,it;  ������  at the board meeting On Mon- to-date pn the basis of .annual  duy, J��ne"14/ Mr. Wilson, thev figures f;for;! new' "construction  secretary-treasurer,. stated vthat and Vequipment and by. physical  a preliminary comparison oC->re-checks, every four' or -five  the. insurance coverage now" yearsat ascostof a few hundred dollars.  Happy mood  ^ONCE IN a while school board affairs have their lighter  moments and'Chairman Joe, Horvath, Trustee Mrs.  Leslie Jackson and Secretary-Treasurer Peter Wilson  seem to* be enjoying their -chat with, the Hon. Les Peterson. Just 24 hours later,the school board found-that the  lowest estimate for the current building program was  ���some,$52,000.in excess of the figures set by the depart-  7ment of education but by then the minister had made  -his escape. . -,   ,  Hon. Les Peterson . . .  Minister of Education  lauds vocational plan  ALTHOUGH the Hon. Les Peterson made no breathtaking announcement at the public meeting held in  Gibsons Elementary School, last Thursday, he did inspire in the minds of his audience, confidence in the nev^  .vocational programs planned for students in senior secondary schools.   Describing   the   program   as    quirements   for   this   develop-  one of the mass education at    ment,"    said    the    minister,  the post secondary level, Peterson said more vocational  schools were being built and a  greater variety of courses offered to provide industries ,with  the skilled workers they -so des-*  perately need. New vocational  schools would be built in Terrace,   Kamloops   and  Victoria.  "Good transportation and communications, low cost energy,  which the Peace ^and Columbia  developments will provide, and  a highly skilled labor force.  We must see that yoong people 'are given the required skills  by providing suitable programs  in senior high schools leading  "We cannot decentralize these    to further -^.graduate train-  .schools too much," said the  minister, "as the cost of equipment is so great that the  schools must have full enrolment." v  Illustrating his talks with  slides, Peterson said, that the  government is interested in the  ing."  Academic and technical high  school graduates can continue  their education in a choice of  four universiUes in B.C, or  -take .a two-year course in the  institute   of   technology   which  tall and rapid ****** ��    JHrnS^SkTSSLSi  IJ^UI*,^    <">" *��� *-"��� �� '�� �����*���*  ments, retail sales and capital  investment.  Tho most rapid development  demand  and receive offers of  employment while trailing,  Graduates from the vocation-  is   taking  place   in  the  wood    al,.progr?ms J"^ aLf,JoicP���o��  conversion Industry with three  new mills in advanced stagey  of construction, ��� two commene-  colleges to attend, which simulate actual employment conditions in programs which were  ing i and   seven   more   planned developed     after    consultation  and it is expected that produc with people experienced in the  Hon-will be doubled in thc next trades  concerned,  five  years,   There   is  also  in* Peterson said that a minister  creased    mineral    production, from thc federal government on  and the future looks good for returning from a European trip  secondary industries. observed that ho had seen no*  ,  ."There are three major re* thing superior to the Burnaby  ni  SllZZZZZZZCrackie ... hey! See the light.  You'll find ELECTRIC CONTRACTORS fast in the  YELLOW PAGES. Where your fingers do thewalklng.  1 ��*IMf!*#ie��*lW-^r��idH*l>t#i''^^ ��� ���( *���(- *S  Vocational School,  New courses >. are offered in  vocational schools.to meet the'  demand of industry. Diamond  drilling/ pipe 'line welding} and  new ��� logging programs v had  been introduced in the Nanaimo  school. Nanaimo has also benefitted from the school, as students in the course of practise,  had cleared much of the golf  course, and some of the roads  in the area bad nothing to do  with Phil, joked the minister.  Replying to a question regarding the importation of skilled immigrants to Canada, Peterson said there was no need  to be fearful, the country still  requires a greater population  and the number of skilled people wishing to migrate to Canada would not be likely to satisfy the demand.  Many unemployed ia Canada  at present would not accept  further training which would  make them eligible for job opportunities.  One questioner stated that  students graduating from vocational schools often had trouble being accepted by trade  unions, to which the minister  replied' thatj on the whole, unions had been most co-operative  but tfiere had been such instances where unions had based  employment on a ratio between  the number of "apprentices and  journeymen, progress was being made, however.   *  Peterson concluded his talk'  by, thanking, on behalf of the  .province and the citizens, . the  board of school' trustees for  their voluntary service in the  elementary and secondary  fields of education.  carried - by" the school district  and' ihe, coverage" recommended T>y Marshall1 and Stevens  (Canada) limited, the firm re-*  tained to make this appraisal  for the board, made if appear  that the coverage might be reduced by a little over one-half  a' million dollars. Coverage  costs 85c per $1,000.00. The reduction in coverage is based on  the fact that at present buildings and equipment are insured for $2,378,000 and the appraisers recommend that insurance coverage be based on the  undepreciated insurable ! value  of $2,045,240.00. Many school  districts are insuring only 90  per cent of the established value of their-assets while being  covered for 100 "per cent of any  loss. The board of this district  is investigating this possibility.  The figures will be kept up  The cost of the  original appraisal'was $3,000.00.  Mr. Wilson also stated that  the extremely detailed appraisal documents were invaluable  for inventory purposes and as  a source of reference.   > ���  USE TIMES CLASSIFIED  NEED. A  mm or USED  TRY  Peninsula  Motor Prod.  SECHELT, B.C.  Ph. 885-2111  . Ted Farewell  'A '/'  ���'>'��  ���v  1* ��*  > >  ? <  '-  . ���  I- "4  > -f  I-;  ,     $  J!  }      I-  i  Gibsons  Ho Down Payment - Bank Bnferest  Ten Years To Pay  FIRST PAYMENT OCTOBER 1st  COMPLETE LINE OF MLIMES  For Free Estimate - Call 886-2728  Tho Workmen's Compensation Act of B.C. requires employers  'carrying on business In British Columbia in any industry Within  the scope of the Act to register with the Workmen's Compensation Board of B.C. Any employer who refuses or neglects to  do'so may Incur severe penalties because if his employee were  to be Injured,, the employee would still be entitled to Workmen's  Compensation benefits, arid the employer would be liable for the  full cost of such benefits,,  This requirement applies to anyone employing workers,In Industries covered under the Act, Irrespective of the size of the  business or even if help Is hired only on a part-time or casual  basis. Some of the industries affected Include the operation of  laundromats, motels, cafes and restaurants, retail stores, service  stations and garages, transportation and like service and trade  Industries as woll as the primary industries of construction,  manufacturing, logging, mining, etc.  Information concorning registration may bo obtained  -.IjHnt ���*-�� 11��!--      *���*- w  ..by writing to tho  ASSESSMENT DEPARTMENT  WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION BOARb  OF BRITISH  COLUMBIA  h^ -  " ft*'  ' Si  '     I.'  -4'.  707 WEST 3?th AVENUE,  VANCOUVER JIS, B.C.  ., ���   h,  TELEPHONE 2GG-0211  \ .Vim  mmmmmim  <s     ���   >\  1  i  * '  I  * ��� -i  & '  '!!*?���  <;���  ���IC '  '? ���  ��� V i,  -> \,  Q\ - ���  '���> '  r> '  . > ti  k >���  Mil  t:  7  ,<" t  V  ;|.:;  )\  p*  "'"*"*"       ��*-**-1*-.���T i-r��.."l"*~~~.~��~..-��<�����~~^  ,   )    *   >    i ON JUiE 20th  HERE ARE SOME SUGOESTIONiS FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE  FROM OUR EXTENSIVE STOCK!  DRESS SHIRTS  Dad will always be well dressed  in these smartly tailored, neat  and trim shirts. "Sanforized"  for lasting fit by Arrow in cotton broadcloth. Snap-tab and  regular collars.  $5.00.$5.95-$6.95  ja&sj/*-  SWEATERS  Popular cardigans or pullovers  in a variety of weaves ond colours by Jontzen, Porkhurst and  Regent Knit..  $4.95-$19.9S.$21*95   ...,SroRX,,.,SHK-T?lK,,.  Dad wants proper fit plus freedom of action. These .active ond  attractive knits assure him of  casual comfort, easy to launder.  AH favorite colours by Arrow,  Luigi and California.  $4.00-$5.00-$5.95-$6.95  $7.95  HATS  Bilrmore dress felts in blue and  grey. ___���_.__,_ .$8.95  JACKETS  A handsome gift for active or  spectator sportswear. Smartly  styled  ond  carefully  tailored.  $10.95-$.2.9--$l4.95-$16.95  $18.95  BELTS  A selection of popular styles in  leather, wide or narrow.  $1.00-$2.00-$2.50-*3,50  ��� '.'VESTS'   ,'  He'll  look  and  fool Qreot  In  those smart fashionable V��t��.  His size and colour choice right  "; hero.     "���;���"  ,,,,.,TIES,;,��������� .-:y,: ��� ���  Many fine fabrics Including  knits by Splderloom that Dad  would select for himself, from  regular widths to one Inch slims.  $1.00-$1.50-*2.50  , DRESS SLACKS  For cool and casual summer  wear. Lightweight slacks. Pernio Crease by Don Parkei1.  $J..y_.$12.v3.14.93-*l7.v3  Tho new Cotton Stay Pros! at  '���-"     $7.95  SOCKS  A large assortment of the latest  styles for summer wear. Wool or  nylon stretchy, by Wolsey ond  McGregor.   SI ,0041.50-$2.50  JEWELRY    A necessary accessory for tho  Well dressed man.  Cuff Links $2.50 to $7.50  Tie Tocks $1.00 to $.2,50    *  WALLETS  And other flno accessories are  always appreciated, Wo havo a  largo assortment by Buxton and  h\��&'-'zzzz~:z:z  GIBSONS, B.C  PHONE 886-2116  ��,i\ TlTOM  :Mi-ifc��n>4<*H"B��-w  i��lM"^��**��-W!*SIBi**i  t*^^*Wife��j^t>^^lJ��^>Wi��> fc     t~n        -"-.(.-H-.    i  V  ���*.��*_.  *-*>r  Poge 16     Sechelt Peninsula Times    Wed., June 23; 19fi$  ��* s*��   - ci'   r   ��� ' *  Helps ihe poor , . .  3W  ___* -__-_K> J"  Scenic Wonderland - '  BEAUTY spots such as this are by no means rare anywhere along" the peninsula  but the Pender Harbour district ,would be very difficult to surpass. With its numerous islands, coves, bays and inlets, thousands of views of equal beauty offer  the photographer a varied choice. This is but one view of Madeira Park bay.  I***  5W*A  **^*<* V-   X. "  111 IS,  ** **M*    �����>���*  I iiviinimntal  I 1  Jack Davis HP, outlines  ARM program at Sechelt  JACK DAVIS, MP, Coast-Capilano, outlined" the govern*  ment's Agricultural Rehabilitation and Development  Act and its' application' in B.Q. at an organizational  meeting Monday in.Sechelt.  ---> -��� ���~  Davis said Canada had'about  lV_milUon_ persons living in re-  .mote area that could be classified "as being' poor i.e.* people  .prevented for some reason or  /another from enjoying a minimum standard of living which  most' of the rest of us take for  granted.  Referring- to His own riding  'Mr. Davis1 said a multi-purpose  rehabilitation program on the  Sunshine Coast could come under the ARDA program which,  in part, means.that all provinces contribute money to alleviate poverty in less fortunate  backwoods areas between now  and 1970.  LARSON'S Resort now includes a number of spacious cabins but this fully modern  beautifully  equipped  building  containing three down and two up, is indeed a  block to be proud of and represents a considerable investment indicating complete  faith in the future of the area.  urban development,   ' - ,  ���(d)''a major "portion of the  land iarea involves, "new, land?*  ADMINISTRATION OF ARDA  IN B.C.; .      , ; ���  All applications "from local  groups for ARDA" assistance  are submitted to- the Minister  of Agriculture, Victoria, who  is Chairman of a committee  composed of three Provincial  Cabinet Ministers representing  Lands, Forests ,and Water Resources; Recreation and - Conservation; land Agriculture.  This .Ministerial Committee  gives final approval to alkproposed projects on'behalf of toe  He    said    breakw$ers,  an_    province of British Columbia  joyed by nil. Mrs, Walker Is a  roads are being built under  this program to promote tourism and in some cases a factory is built to process resources which were formerly shipped elsewhere in their raw  state.  The member also mentioned  a possible river control and soil  conservation program for the  Squamish area and said in closing:  "I trust, that we will see  many other forward looking  projects getting underlay in  B.C, Not only will the help to .  improve the productivity of  B C. as a province but will also  help to improve the lot of many  thousands of less fortunate  Canadians vwholivevin Canada  today." . .   ���..  CONDITIONS  FOR  APPLICATION   FOR  ARDA  For the guidance of groups  in British Columbia who may  be considering' the application  of ARDA to their local profit  lems, the following items  should be carefully considered  to ensure that a. all conditions  have been met, and. that as  much local information' as pos*  sible has been supplied:  ARDAf oannpt^be. applied  an individual.''There should  be a grcup,; generally of 12 or  more holdings, which will receive benefits from a proposed  project. r >  2, This local group must be  a responsible; 77 authoritative  body to satisfactorily negotiate  agreements, make commit*  ments and in many casesV assume the spje responsibility  for operation aPnd maintenance  of the project.,  3, In projects such as ior irrigation and drainage uricler  the Soil and Water Agreement,  the local contribution Is generally at least7Mi of the estimated total cost of the proposal, T**e Deputy ./Ministers'  Committee, must7bo satisfied  that tho local share Is guaranteed and on hand beforo tho  project can bo endorsed,  4, Thero must be suficlcnt  long-term benefits to the rural  economy to justify consideration as an ARDA project.  ft. Proposals which aro primarily designed to bring new  land Into, production arc not ac*  coptnblc to ARDA authorities.  6. The development of pa rk  An inter-departmental' Advisory Committee of five Deputy  Ministers representing the  same Departments already referred to, reviews all proposals; suggests the undertaking  of detailed studies as may be  required by appropriate authorities; and recommends suitable action to the Ministerial  Committee.  To ensure that all pertinent  information is considered,  screening sub-committees representing the various Departments concerned review and  evaluate the facts and situation of each application and  report their findings' to the  Committee of Deputy .Ministers.  Rare medals al  new hobby show  A RARE collection of military  medals will be shown' in ah  all new feature of the Craft and  Hobby Show at this year's dazz*  ling Pacific National Exhibition.  James White of Qualicum on  Vancouver Island has been col*  leoting the medals for years  and was invited by the Craft  and Hobby Show Committee to  display his collection in the  show's Court of Honor, a new  feature this year.  The Court of Honor, which  will be an annual feature of  the Craft and Hobby Show,  will display an exhibit not usually seen in such shows. Only  one display will be invited each  year to the Court of Honor and  it will not be included in competitions for trophies. ,  It will be a top-notch feature  to go with this, year's PNE  theme "Vancouver���City of  Lights and Flowers," The, fair  runs from August 21 to Sop*  tembcr 0. \  ,.J..:,��.*.)t-��wV  VISITING   Mr.   and   Mrs.   I),  Haywnrd is Mrs. T. narrower  At Burnaby.      ,*      *  Mr��.'Geo.  Walker  (Lillian)  was, .pleasantly'- surprised when  Jior  family  arranged  a   very  *��l<30���party, on- her-birthday,-  ���With Your Neighbours  They wore Mr, and'Mrs; Frank  Walker and Caroline, Mrs, JNU*  lid Erickson, Mrs, Mabal  James,' Mr, Geo, Walker, Mrs,  Sue Woods and Mrs, Anne Wal  21 for an eight-week touj- of  U.K. Also accompanying , her  are Mrs, Lolyd Fraser and (Mr,  and Mrs, T, W, Bligh; thoy will  travel by train to Montreal then  by piano to Manchester via  Dublin.   .���/���'"'  1 VisitingiMrs,'Lw,   J.   Fisher  nro  ho'r  mother   Mrs,   B,   P.  ,**"*"*^��,'��WMVWWIA��M����A������ll��^<MMUMW��,  Cozy Court grows  WOT CONTENT to rest on his laurqls, John Toynbee is ^oKr Z^^toLZ.  ,tel m Sechdjt. which when completed will comprise 17' family abound 1022,, Wc wish    and . Sw��n'-SESttS  first class units with all facilities, This is the type of ouK her many happy returns land   only bo favourably considered  i look which could really put the district, on the map, hope she sees many more. >���   ������  |f closely  asociatcd^wlth^tho  .                    T^"   "    "-~ ���    ... .   ,, :_.Mrs. C, G. Luckcn left June   development of tho rural ccon*  ^Sechelt social notes  omy of tihe,,immediate area,  The main reasons why proposals havo either flallcci to  qualify or have been classified  as lower priority areV because;  (a) of limited amount of agriculture involvement,   (b). the benefits to, tho rural  community are of minor significance   over   a   suflcicntly  Wilkes of Lake Cowichan^ and  kcr, A beautiful birthday cakq,   her  aunt  Mrs,   A  Duniop  of   long/period of time,  eenlrcd-tl��ottt��)le"nnd-wan"cn;-"-MortflChrSHSlC���"������ HT6rpT��K~cToniwt^  No Cents  In Waiting  ��� ��� .Let .  The Times  Classified  Make You  Money!  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