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 '   *���  m  -    , ��� ^7,(7  -   ' 737/ '3  Authorized^os second' ctess*  |Urnoil 7 by " the . PosfTOffica,  '      Deportment, Ottowo.V  .***  CO  Servingthe -Sunshine Cfeast, (Howe Souqd Jfo JervTs tolef); Including Porf Mellon^Hoffin^drKling,^^ C>3#/'  WdsoifCreek. Selmq Pork, Sechelt, Halfmoon Bay; Secret Cove*.Fender HoriyUryfMgdetro'PorlQKIei'nclole/ living's' loading, EdrlCove, Egmont,  A >-  WEDNESDAY, AUG. 25, 1965    _Qc*  l f  _ ��  _a_as_  M W  S 5*    ���  *-*       _?  tt. xi ta  o ��P  w . -  lsl ���*  _s|  fS-'M. <_5  a* c*i >  *��  * .   -��*-*     >���' ..j'-iiiMSff      *^^_Eit*____k_inWAjOB)t!  Aii hands forward  SURVEYORS have arrived in the district to map the  course of a Sechelt Breakwater and it would seem  not before tijnie. Heavy seas suddenly sprang up last  T-hursday morning and sent another victim up on to the  J>each.JJhis, J-uft$^^ property of Gilbert  -Toe. Agang of eager volunteers were fortunately on  the scene in time to save the vessel from serious damage. .,      ��� ���   . ��� 7    .       -.'    ' ��� ��� -       . -���  ;  Police active . . .  Council uproar . . .  ���   ^  '  " "*    "' * " -L        '���      ' * '.p  More suppression talk  session  apstrates kept bus?  Willi Bnbtoniig offences  Jt*  BOTH ^PENINSULA, magistrates were kept busy last  wedk with ah unusually lairge number of motor ve-  hlete offences, most of< them of a minor ^nature, but  there was a number bringing fines in excess'of'$50. The  Times confines its court reports to cases involving anjr-  tfiing witli a fine of $50 or more.  tit   rrr1 :A.~yZ,,.:...; z,.;,A,.;<j  AN UNPRECEDENTED outburst broke out toward the  <STtd of j the meeting of Sechelt Couiicil last week  with ah, attack by Coun. Swain who Said he took exception tq remarks made by the chairman, two other councillors, and to the report in the Sechelt Times.  Every   member ��� qf r council   ���;���-*"���~ ~���!  b~as.^i,5bme'iime^or.o^er-C^^^to1id him council work was not  sed meetings j tie ;stated^3addihg    child's" playV  *tMs1$?rfeg^   childish ai$*'#aW' reported..  , ;To a background of guffaWs  from Coun.i Lang, Swain proceeded to read the report i��i  questitm, from a copy of The  Times, which be said had been  given to hiiK His reference to  'fearli^'winj^.^nfc5-^ his that  he felt council should close  downfor the summer. Jle was  told this was.not allowed and  would in fact be an irresponsi-  '   " , 7"  ,-7-.*e,S  P?9,')2;  Surveyors here  for breakwater  SURVEYORS- were  active   in  Sechelt last .week and will-be  here.,-for' some time yet, preparing tbe way. fbr the proposed Sechelt Breakwater. J  Exact -location  from   where  the' project will commence is  not yet. certain but is "expected.  to be near the rock bluff at'  Selma Park.       7  ��� Government, figures for the  cost of the operation is about  $200,000 and it is expected to  call tenders early in the spring  of next year.  �� letter to M. P. Jack Davis  from the Minister of Public  Works, relating to the breakwater, is published within this  week's Times.  Airport future  very promising  REPORTING on the airport  committee meetings 'held recently, Coun. Jini Drummond  told members of Gibsons Cout:-  Icil, prospects of the future of  .the^ municipal airport weie  very promising ' and that a  large number of visiting aircraft were making use of the  facilities.  Plans to extend the runway,  presently 2,500 feet, had been  temporarily shelved in favor of  improved facilities which will  include a waiting room or ad-*  ministrative building.  -In order to extend the runway, re-routing of ,a logging  road-woulcLbe necessary-, and. in  addition woud entail the.pu*-  ehase of another piece of  property, both projects too expensive at this time.\  Another attempt will be made  to get the runway  .James Herbert Brown  Texada Island, on remand  'since June 24, appeared before  Magistrate Andrew ��� Johnstou,  last Saturday, charged with impaired driving.  Brown, who had a past record of traffic convictions, was  represented by -lawyer F. S.  Hayden of Powell River. He  was found guilty as charged  and fined $300 with a driving  suspension of onc year.  Calvin Joseph Cralgon of Sc*  chelt, charged for tho second  time with driving while under  suspension, due to unsatisfac*  tory driving habits, was fined  $100 and costs. He was warnc.i  that next time he would Vc*  celve a jail sentence together  with a tbrec-year driving su?*  pension. '��� " ������"��������' ���'������  Ray Allan Coatea, presently  ,of CoqulUa.m ; a nd a former  resident of the Gibsons area,  n pea red on a speeding charge  by means of'��� a worthless cheque, George Nelsoh; of Secheii,  was given a slx*month suspended sentence, by Magistrate  Johnston....:'       7.7 7/7' ' ".'.'., ,  RESTITUTION  HAD  BEEN  ..MADl.,,,,,,,.,,,,,,:^,,,,,;.,.,:,,,;,,,;  Magistrate   Mittlesteadt   alsi  had a number of traffic offences to contend with, eailler in  the week.  Douglas Morlcy Loung, charged with impaired driving, was  ���i��e page 2  Policy change . . >  given to niHKHis.reterence io    /"v��_--,���ri ^-n-^r/t-trA  the complaint bf Cpun. .Gordou    council approve . . .  Motel expansion plans  include trailer court  regarding ^Gordon Road being  ignored during the recent road  work within.the village, brought  forth the reiftark from- Lar_  that "it will not be done now."  Chairman Christine JbHnston,  obviously ' embarrassed by the  exhibition, told the pair their  absence from *;t he previous  meeting had stopped councd  dealing with certain business.  Further interruptions by  Lang, who commented it was  all child's play, resulted in a  rebuff from the chairman whs  REQUEST for an improved water supply to the .Irwin  Motel, Gibsons, was accompanied by a letter to  Council of Gibsons, explaining the owner's intention of  expanding/with the establishment of a trailer court.  Coun. Sam Fladager said he ���,,"    .', ...'..'.,..l .��� ���,;;,;, ,'���<.,������.-   ...  personally could see nothing  wrong with the proposal, but  had,. advised, the owner, Mr.  Digby, Porter to apply officially  Election at large  for  to council.  Coun. -Jim Drummond quea  tioned the legality, of a trailer  court should tho village expand  its boundaries; Tbe bylaw says  no trailer camps within the village, he explained, and expansion of boundaries could place  the motel within the village  Council gave Its blessing to  an  old   truck  stuck  right  in  front of it.  ,   Coun,   Fladager  agreed  the  Vehicle was an eyesore. "This  - -has been brought, up before,"  following   an   early   morning   NEw POLICY adopted by SCho61 tr^  ��� ��� ^M*''>m*m^^^ii^*^:i��'^tfm^m'i^!iisi.  high speed chase.  Coates was seen by, pohco  driving from thc Roberts Creek  urea in the direction of Gib*  sohs, at 2:30 a.m. last Satur*  day morning. The Coatts vo*  hlclc reached speeds of up to  85 mph before finally atop,  ping In Gibsons, when two other  occupants   Jumped   from   tho  Conies admitted to being Iho  driver of the car and wua char*  gedi with speeding In oxcossv of  tlio speed limit.   7  Pleading guilty the same day  in court, ho also Admitted to  never having held a driver's licence and stated the car ba*  longed to his brother.  He was fined $30 and costs  for speeding, and a further $25  for driving without a valid  driver's licence.  , Charged with obtaining gooili  School District Nor 46 will dispense with annual  meotings and election of representatives. In future rural trustees will bo .elected by election ^t large by ballot,  suggestion of Coun. McKay,  agreed he should bo warned  village expansion would moan  having to close down the trail*  er court.  WATER PROTEST  A summer resident, Mr. Thor  Anderson,.protested the rocoat  The district, l}as been.divided vjohnson's terms of office ex*  Into twd zones, |ho dlvld hg ] ptr0 December 31, * J966;1 One  boundary roughly follows a/lino v, trustee avIII bo clcct^dthi^ ynn\>  drnwn-Klong the Eastorn boun* ; fromitho fianio zone to servo'a    ,..���,.,    dary of Sechelt, thcpco^NorU ^ on^y^ap le^of qfflco sd t|u��t 71ni.rense  in  water ratan,  and  Jhr,o.ugh4.the,^c.c.^tr-^,Qw^hm  Inlet,    thence    North*Easterly , vvm bo chlled hj'thls'd'rda for   ried out without duo warning,  through Salmon Inlet and Clow- ��� thrco trustees. Z        ,     Coun. McKay, said ho was un*  horn Uko to the District Boun* ,    ������ ���-,   _ono    lhrc0   able   to   see   what   difference  dary" "���������"���:.      V'.      -ir^tJ^  win   bo  cSd    hlS   ��<��vance   warning   would   AC;  As   previously,   one    rusteo ; Jj��t��e. ,*m ^JJJJM, igj.  compl|8h.    coun.    Drummond  dS*-  he said. Chairman Alf Ritchey  explained the truck was in fact  parked on the side of a village road and that village did  in fact have tho power to have  it moved.  Coun. Fred Feeney said he  felt council should take action  by seeking means of enforcing  removal  of: vehlcjlcs   illegally:  "parked. "'"', '""  It was decided council obtain  names of ihe , owners of ^uch  vehicles and warn them to re*  move thorn otherwise action bo  takcm  WATER GOOD  Reporting on tho water situation, Coun, Fladager staled tha  "lnstaIIall<lh^fwh(^n>lp*r*Wiisr  proving extremely satisfactory,  but without it the village  might havo boon in bad snap j.  The upper .dam Is almost dry  and  ho   advised  cloaning   out  of Sccholt and one for Ihe Vll* {��/n,klAn, Bn ,hnt ,n lflfl7 th��ru   Ibo complainant, $2.50 a month      nftCnriiinff tho 0on*ninin  l��8o of Gibsons also them will .   m b       eicctlon for four trus  bo   two  trustees, representing *;" '  tho area went and norlh of tho lW  boundary plus three from the "*'   This will ensure that there  area   east  and  south. of  tho are alwny4 three or four oxpor*  boundary, ' Ichccd trustees serving on tho  Mr.   Malcolm  and  Mr.  Lnn school board.  was by no means excessive, rn*  ther, it was quite reasonable.  TRUCK ELESORt?  Mr. Ewart McMynn notified  council a Blgn welcoming i vlf��.-  tors to Gibsons w���� ruined by  brown water, tho councillor  -laid the hot spoil was response  JiIq for dried up brown loaves  discoloring tho supply. "Tho  first ralna will clear It," ho added,  >  A  (v**S**.iW��W��-3 2i��-   ���  '  ��^-> (rf'i. ^^^,��>^  V       ..w    *"-*, ^    ^i   ���*.**  "�� * . M V V- ��>*"v"  <" "T -*_^  Page 2      Sechelt Peninsulo Times      Wed., Aug. 25,1965    FQR RENT  FOR SALE (Continued)  LEGAL NOTICES'  wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmarmmm^mmmmmmmmmrmMrmmmmmmmtr^f  Telephone 885-9654  FURNISHED two bedroom cot-  "iage-in Secre-t Cove for four  months starting Oct. 1st. Reliable couple only. Phone. 885-  ������  ' 9822 30���-  FAIRBANKS  auto,  oil  heater,  with-blower ih excellent con-'  dition $40 cash. Phone 883-2549.  . ' 983636  "25367  jimmmmmmmmmmmmi  mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm  Published Wednesdays by the LOST  -Sechelt���Peninsula -Times- Ltd.,���at- ���;  Sechelt, B.C.  SMALL" office in "Sechelt.  Apply Roberts Creek Credit Union. Phone 885-9551. 9849-36  TORTOISHELL cat, white" on  stomach and tail���expecting  kittens. Porpoise Bay area. 885-  2181. 9846-36  FOR LEASE  Member, Audit Bureau  of Circulation  -  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Une^dBriefs^J-vmtdsIi_ ^  One Insertion ,,���--._.������ :���50c  Three insertions ,..-, _^���$l.00  Extra lines (5 words) ���������_���_10c  ..Box Numbers, ._���._-..������ 10c extra  25c Book-keeping charge is added  fbr AdBriefs not paid by publication date.  Display   advertising   in   classified  Ad-Brief columns,  1.50 per inch.  Card   of   Thanks,    Engagements,  Deaths, Births, In Memoriaro, Coming Events, Etc. Per insertion (up to  40 words) $.1.25; extra words, 3c  each. 25c Discount if paid before  * publication.  Legal Notices:  17c per count line (5 words) first  Insertion,  13c per count line subsequent insertions.  Subscription Rates:  10c per copy, 50c per month (by  carrier);   $5.00 year,   in advance.  ,t..^....-,,Vi,rSpecial,.C|tiVzenS;,$3 year.  Deadlines: Saturday 5 p.m.  "In the- event of a typographical  errar^advertising goods or services  at a wrong, price, goods or services  may not be sold and the difference  charged to the newspaper* Adver-  ���h'sing is merely an offer *9..sell....  "ond" may   be  withdrawn   at   driy  tfme."  Advertising is accepted on the condition that, in the event of typographical error, that portion of the  odvertising space occupied by the  erroneous item, together with reasonable allowance for^ignature; will  not be charged for, but thebalance  of the advertisement will be paid  for at the applicable rate.  A composition charge is. made for  odvertising accepted, and. put intp  production but cancelled before  publication;AChange ; from "forigirj-l  copy When proof is submitted to  customer is also chargeable at on  hourly, rate for the additional work  required:  MACHINERY  25 KYA��� : automatic-controlled *  . Dormaa Diesel Power Plaids.  Mounted on skids in as-aew  condition. : Replacemeht--.eost���  $10,000-plus. What offers? Write  or 'phone. Mix Equipment,  Foot of Carroll Street, Vancouver 4, B.C. Telephone MU  4-0030 or RE 6-4830.       9993-tfn  ATTRACTIVE waterfront property for lease, modern 2  bedroom home on 300 ft. of  beautiful waterfront, garage,  boathouse, barn, a acres of  fields and a stream, excellent  television reception. Phone 885-  2074. 9802-36  COMPLETE* kjtchen units including electric stove, fridge,  stainless steel sink" with drain  board and cupboards, $1Q0. per  unit. Telephone Vancouver CA  4-1854 or write. J. G. McAuley,  4028 West 13th Ave., Vancouver, 8. 9842-38  REAL ESTATE  WORK WANTED  FOR carpenting. New and repair work.  Contact V.  Mitchell 885-9582. 9784-tfn  ROY BOLDERSON  Box 435 - Sechelt  885-9530 Evenings  Rototilling  Grading -  Plowing  Rolling  CARD OF THANKS  WE,WISH to thank our  rela-  tives   and   friends  for   their  Other Field, and Garden Cultivation. Mowing - Larger lawns  and/or weed and brush areas.  (Assortment of six types; and  sizes of machines)  Power Sweeping Parking  Area, Streets etc.  9826-t__  HELP WANTED (Female)  PRACTICAL    nurses    wanted.  Apply with references, to St.  Mary's Hospital, Sechelt, B.C.  9845-38  Accommodation Wonted  TEACHERS   will, be   arriving  towards the end of- August.  EWART McMynn, Real Estate  and   Insurance.   Phone , 886-  2166.   Res.   886-2500,   Gibsons,  B.C. 7869-tfn  Roberts Creek  123  ft.   waterfront,   four  bedroom home, level lot to. beach.  Nearly  one  acre.   Full  price  $16,000 terms.  Wilson Creek  Three bedroom home, auto oil  heat. Assorted fruit trees, good  soiL $14,000 ML price, $5,000 to  handle.  Sechelt  158   ft.   waterfront.   Two   bedroom  home, 1.3& jaejBes,,.. good,  soil   and   water. : $12;600-: full.  ,   I��rice^  H. Bi GORDON eV  KENNETT LTD.  Sechelt and Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 885-2013  Ron. McSavaney 886-3656  - 9840-35-  ���_ 7' 1      7       V   '-���   .  CARS oncP TRUCKS.  1962 TRIUMPH T.R. 3, Sports  .Car. White, wire vvheels, 4  Micnelin! 7^_" _res, never* raced,or in any accident. A very  well maintained car: For sale  by original owner. Phone 886-  9829, 7-10 p.m. 9832-35  acts of love land sympathy dur-    Those  inWested( in  providing  accommodation   fdr   mala  or  ang pur recent loss of husband;  father and grandfather! Also  to extend grateful thanks for  the beautiful floral tributes to  our beloved one. Special thanks  to. Dr. John A; Playfair, Dr.  J. D. Devlin, Rev. Canon. Alan  Greeneand Harvey Funeral  Home. ���Mrs. Wilfred Scott and  family. 9850-36  PERSONAL  SIGNS   painted,   lettering   ot  vehicles   a   specialty.    Dave  Pinney,   Gibson^,   Phone   886*  9829. 9834-tfn  PETS  TO GIVE ,awny, to right person,  one 2 year old dog;- Golden  Lab and Shepherd,  very good  With children. Phono 885*9927.  : 777,!7777,77V7V77?8-?J,3R;  FOR SALE  T965HAR*yrOP  Auto., Trans.'.,- Radio ������  Top Shape  Phone 885-2807  '"' ������:-:"������:''VJ-'/:;-."-'       :'V"V:'l:,":V9835-35.-  ���    ���.    ��� I ... I  FOR;:SAIlE;,7,;.:;..j,..7.,|..^'.;;/. ;..  ONE second han^d".General Electric 19 inch TV i?125. For  particulars- phone' 885-9328. V  ,     ,      9844*37,v;;  ONE Ashley coal and wood  ihcatcr���-automatic,,; $49. One  large Findley oil heater with  OLD opera, records 78, speed,:.; blower, $49. One small oil flpaco,  (Victor; Eddlsonr Odeon etc. ��� heater, $39, One only>li cubh?  Phone 885-9976 or write Mr. ft7 fridge, $69,, Rioliter'a Radio  Gibb Gibson^ Roberts vCreek ��� and TV. 885-9777, Sechelt, B.C.  P.O.      , .     ���.. '.- ;; ';7 .9838-38 ��� '��� '     '     ���'��� ��� ,',, 7; .7;..; - 08474fn''.  rmfmi���,.mm w hiNhmi-immw - ,,,'nw --< I   _-. t ii-a_- f ������*- ���>��� Mi,, i, i*W^7       '  I" m-iim���. in������������!���������������w. ��� i.i      ���i��w.iii--#wm-.*��.m--.-----.i.i-i-iiii_-i|>,.-�� ^���'������if���  WANTJED sot of dlsfs, must bo    ROLC top deali^ Offers to.bo-Jn,;  fepiale. single teachers, or for  married teachers, with or with*  out children, in furnished or unfurnished quarters, are invited  to write to the School vBoard Office at Box 220, Gibsons, B.C.,  giving full details as to what is  available and what rental will  be charged> The information  will be kept on file and made  , available to teachers on request. ��� School District 46,  "Sechelt. l ' " '"*���'''Zmiliiten.  WANTED TO RUT  Sunshine Coast  Gospel Church  V (Undenominational)  Sunday School  10 a.m.  Church Service  7.7,:.;-lJ;vl5'va.m.  PASTOR REV. S. CA$SELLS  Selma Parle Community Hall  Paint --Rbregiass - Rope  Canvas - Boatv Hardware  WALT NYGREN SALES '  LTD.  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-9303  7857-tin  USED TV 59.95; Used Frig  $39.95; Used Auto Washer  $89-95; Used Oil Stove $59.95.  Watch* for big Used Furniture  Sale. Farter's Hardware,  Sechelt,, B.C. Phone 885*2171.  9820-tfn  TV "$40, Fridge $50, Rocker  $25, Chesterfield $15, Folding  Cot, Bed, Spring-filled Mattress, Chest of Drawers. Other  small items. Phone 885-2159.  9830-36  FOR SALE  Screened Gravel . $ 12  Top Soil��� ..:.__..-____.__���.$*Kr  Road Material  $5  for 5 cu. yds.  Block Septic Tanks & Well  Linings   afr   roclc   bottom  'prices  A. SIMPKINS T 5echelt  Phone 885-2132  98l4tfn  Him and save on quantity--.  Smoke fish and fresh local fish  only. Plant at James Wharf;  Sechelt. 885-97217 7841*lfh  Form No. 18_. " j,  '   (SecUon 82)' "s    '     |.  LAM) ACT  Notice of Intention ta ApplyJ*^  Iiease l_and' "*  Ip��� Land  Recording  District^  of Vancouver, B.C. and situates  on North Shore - of ��� Skookum- <  chuck Narrows;      .        -,    ;  Take notice feat Hans. Hey-,  mann August Paul Behrish o��>  1698 West 64thu Ave., Vancouver"  14, B.C., occupation Real Es-7  tate Agent, intends to apply foe'  a - lease- of the following des��*  cribed lands:"    -'  Commencing at a post plant*  ed at'the S.W. corner of D.L.  5270 Gp. 1 N.W.D. thence W  along high water mark 3*  chains; thence N 10 chains;  thence E 3 chains to W boundary of D.L. 5270; tiience S 10*  chains to point of commencement and containing 2-& acres,  more or less, for the purpose o.  Campsite.  Hans H. A. P. Behrish.  Dated July 29th, 1965  9994-Pub. Aug 11, 18, 25, Sept 1  Fall Fair prizes  ;* 1 * j ,  it* u*  *"* i < A  THE following Sunshine Coast  ..twEaU.,^Fair^draw,,.3pri2es.^.wer��^.,,...,  still unclaimed Saturday night,  Program No. 248 wins a $10  gift    certificate   from    Super-.  Valu, Store, Gibsons, B.C.  Program No. 297 wins a-.Fuller "Brash'ironing boird cover.  Friday door ticket No. 41341  wins $10 cash, 7  Saturday   door    ticket   No..  414272 wins $10 cash. '    -*^  If, you   hold  these  numbers"  contact Mrs. G, P.1 Clarke, sec-/  , retard-treasurer,    , Su.��.shine;.  Coast Fall Fair, Gibbons, B.C.  MORE ABOUT ...  Police court  from page 1���  fined $200 with $7,50 costs. Mp��v  ley is a Vancouver residcriti     '  Douglas Fraser, presently residing iti the Gibsons ;aireii; ��� f ac-r  ed a ohairgo of,driving' withoutv  due care iand attehUqi)! He wai  fined $100 and costs. 7  Douglas Bloomfield of Davis .  Bay, was fined $50 and $7,50  . costs following a charge of iin-  paired iidrlving7While  Richard;  Leroy.VankJcek of Sechelt', paid ,  0: fine of $200 and $7.50 costs,  alsoi for im paired driving.  reasonable,  evenings,  Phone-  885-Q53P  ,9825*36  *feJ.*.��|W-!.^^--^^W��<��s*^'*!^M*(�� >  2 NEW SUBDIVISIONS  Earls Cove Subdivision ��� adjacent to Earls Covo  ferry terminal on the Sunshine Coast Highway.  lr��^(l,W!��lttlli^!i^��lH^.,Si*lJ��Sil*#,|e^ll�� A.  L rtv*.'l*,LI^J,  - LARGE WEW LOTS  Madeira, Park Subdivision ��� overlooking Pender '  Harbour and Gulf ��� 10% down,��� cqsy tenrps,  on balance. Discount for cash.  FOR SALE BY bWNER  O. SLADEY���Madeira Park, B.C,        ,  Phono 883-2233 or phono North VoncoMvor  985-4934  nqft biter, tl-nn  Monday, , Auifr  ust 3(1, Box 00, ��� Gibsons;, B,C,  " ' ��� '    9848*30  JAY BEE USED  FURNITURE  Phone 886:2346. Gibsons  Next to Ken's Parking  . Beer bottles.,. Wo. buy and .���  ,    sell eyeryr|hing   ,   ;7' /" ," '''l"';'',,!''7;7:;;iW9i*tfn t  12'   CLtNKEil   buUt- rowbooti  IVow 5, hp Jlrlggs and Strnt- ���  ton   engine,   Contact   Funncll  and   Sluggett.  White  Avonuo,  Roberts Creek, ��� 9843*30  WALT   NYG11EN   Snlos   tyd.  no*v: handling handguns, riff"  les, and" ��hot|?unfl on consign*  mont, Phono 880-9303. Gibsons,  B.C. 7858-tfn  ST. JOHN'S  UNITED- CHURCH  Wilson Creek, B.C.  "Siin'doy School���--9:45 o.m.  Dlvlnp Worship-���11515 a,m<  Udby'MIss hi E.1 Compbdl  ���''     V   ,-V . ;' *,!,'   * ���'   A < '��� " ������ ,(  Except on 2nd Sunday cqch  '.'��� '/v- "!''':,month!:"' ..     '!"  '"'���Fprnlly Sofvlt^-11,15 o.hri  ; Divln��-Servlce���r3i3b p;m;'  led by Riqy. W. M.'Camoron'  BFTHEL BAPTIST  CHURCH   A  SECHELT  SERVICES  ���   Sunday School-���10 a.m.  Church Sorvico��� 11:15 a.m.  Prayer - W��dnc��day 7>30 p.m,  PASTOR  ��� REVi AIWILUIS  ��� You oro Invited to attend'  ony breach service,,   (  BQ5>962V ��� ������:-.  ;��� ,���;'.-   ������'���'������<���    ���  ��� <���.':. ',.���.''".   '. 7 Tho. ,';���������'���  Analican Church  OP CANADA  '��� ���'" ��� !,,,|7   ".' ���'":' *��� '��� "/ -"' -' > '"    ��  Kccior H*>v. Jwncs p,; foruiisson, D.A., L.lli,  Phono 88jI.?7J>3  Sunday, AugM��t 29th, 1965  ST I' HI LDA'S���SECHELT  Morning Prayer���il I ;00 a.m,        ,  Bishop H. F, G, Apployard, Bishop af Georgian Bqy/  will bo guest preacher. Everyone welcome,  ST, MARY'S���GARDEN. BAY  Evensong^;30 p.m.  Service of; Witness for Anglicans and friends at tho  Queens PdrK arona Now Westminster, 7:30 p.nri,  \ >  1.  * i^*i yAw*i..��' rt.1,*..1^*!  j,   .....   w ^~�� * ... ....9**^ ...fth^h^w,^ .,".,..,.���.���'."..  w***^^*"^* ftwnuwffl^'crsfr*^ %,X        tr^a^"     -v^.*-  * Bi*^-��ff*<��*w^'*v*i'**tS-iW(^ rstriPb&ZP'W,V1Jia!\!'& W^WnftsrfWusw^^i)^^^  *.*     -v    --..^-^w.^ �������".�������*.*.  t, w-yj^fiy y *tjjv ������fu �����_�� ���*  -.**   a ���*  _.  Fall' Fair-honors  Wed., Aug. 25, 1965    Sechelt Peninsula Times     Roge 3   J^abob Foods) and Mr. ^Franlc  ,   - " - *���'    *"* / < v < Wypgaert (hammered  br ass  Many awards .* .    <���*   \ >       . - :' ga5ue; fw1?8?118 Sears ��.aa'  Garden   Club   raffle:    Mrs.  -nRfijvidspnr-Flelchtjr  Road���stct~  ,Mr. A. M-Mackay, HR 1, Gibsons each received' a plantr"   1 -Mrs. Dot Bracewell won the  4 sweater _dcnated by Jantzens of  _. .        ���  , ,, s Canada Ltd., Vancouver.  WITHl-THE-presentatioh of-trophies on-Saturday even- ���'"Mr���e. Nr-Henniker-of-tiie-  *"- ing, Sunshine Coast* Fall Fair for '1965 came to a  'Bank of Montreal and Mr. Dav?  J*&                 ���CVi'tf'j'       tmffimffl&Smifl '                 had'been< ** Outstanding success and 'the decision lo   Canada-offered congratulations  ? ^f   * ^V_*��" 2 tX^sF**' ��-��  romain^nanitnti] i/in���  uj.i -_- __ _ to the hard working Fail Fair  Committee and the various organizations and individuals who  were; "-Mrs. H. VMason, RR 1;    had contributed to the success  won the ~_ra__*_��_reataT GibsonS- -<$�� lsUprize);i Mrsi   of the 19_5 Sunshine^ Coast FaU  ^t;gNewas��gSRvS } **.-Holland .($15 food hampev. "Fair, -  -        -  best collection* of ��root <,_5___,_3___a5_SSS ._____3!?____S  "��!&���*"   ��� * * *.V%V- -f *  **���*? Vr/^'-.'^'* t "��A4:' clos& Cf|airman-3V^r. Len Wray aiwottked"that"the 7air   Hop^n of the Royal Bank of  *b$ll'        ~ tU':ld      ^Mzh^'ip ' had* been? an- outstanding success and. the de^ *-*���--�����* -.-,-�����  f ��$*��J* ��*3i '*V remainsopea until 10 p.m. had-been a<wise one.  ?|^VTs^*" V**-��, ; Trophies.Tvere presented^ this   'flfe|yJ \&V*&- ' ��A year: on . a   permanent- bash. ������ w.  $**&&& lV_ _ V. * ���+ \ Mrs' Peli!- Strosbein of Wilson   w  v��  ��� ti|S*(Ht*t���n ��*l^(W*S��fc����MS--ii^i��lu,si.  _^'    1  c V*.  V 7  -����������  *.  -.-��*.-- *��� v  ���   &��-,,.   __._*  Piper leads  vegetables (Shop Easy.;* Ssechelt;,7*  Anchofglass "5ervi��_oset);>"ag: ,r  gregalfe domestic f science (Peo*  -  Credit Jewellers, cut .glass ..  vase); .aggregate "home  cook- '  mg (Hudson's^ Bay Wholesaled  tier serving ��� plate);    canned-  mixed vegetables (Howe Sound  Co-op   Canning   Cup)  -besides  sharing   in   the   Buckerfield's  flour prizes.   .  \ Mrs.-H: R. Hylton was awarded  the  aggregate . cut flowers^  (Royal Bank of Canada Silver  .jAp'^V" "  -  ���J-   '    -Sr -f,,  s *���*! i  PORTY-five children dressed in every costume imagin- ST^      ~ ^  . able foUowed piper Mr, Eric Thomson in the Fall %ZZj��T (ffiSf Ser  Fair pet parade, besides prizes every child received 25 shop   Reeves   Memorial  Tro-  cents and a refreshing ice cream. phy)--  Mrs. Harry -Chaster received*  the Bank of Montreal 10" silver  plate for aggregate in vegetables.  Small trophy for tne junior  aggregate   was   awarded  Bon-  ��� ��4. V" -  setose*  ���-���   ��_ _.<*-!?������-  --^''  Pet parade  BASHFUL looking couple in the Fall Fair pet parade     _ ^.       were Michele Beaudoin and her basset hound- who wood article)'and"iusan"ken  hopes no one will recognize him in his sun bonnet.  Giant pumpkin  nTe�� Thorburn"Board "of* Trade NO FALL fair is complete without a pumpkin; this 55-  Trophy went to Mrs. Ma--v lb. giant grown by nine-year-old Peter Kerbis of  Strom and^ the United Milling Gibsons won first prize and is being admired by Michael  Trophy for best beef animal Dutkowski of North Vancouver, grandson of Mrs. L.  shared by Alex Skytte and Lyn- Bennett of Gibsons,  da Chamberlin.    Gift certificate were awarded   kj*s'--i��jB ���^%a.n*i*w.a--��^-i--  Mrs. Dorothy Cruise���hand-knit    ,  suit (T. Eaton-Co. Ltd.); r_U<s..- {iH  Gloria' F-yles���aggregate- photography (T Eaton Co., Maif Order); Mrs.- Hammond-r-cut flo-- -^  ���wer arrangement (Eddy.s Nursery);, Mrs.  Jean Wyngaert-^  presentation     basket     (David  Hunter Nursery);'  The" five Canadian ' Forest  Products Certificates, went to  Mrs. Celia-Stroshein;' Bonnie  Thorburn; Clifford Gibson; Mr.  Len'Wray and Juanita Wray."  Miss Marilyn Macey���-aggregate - sewing and ' Mrs; Geny  Glarke child's sweater, each  received a sewing basket (Sin*  ger Sewing Centre). Mrs. R. S.  Cole���hand- embroidered picture (lion's Shoe Store, gift cc->  tificate).     '    ��� *    7  Peter    Wray*���(hand   carved  ���jn.-. wk-    ?.-. i. s, v.*��irgawH-i-.j-.7.^.^r:**. tn*^ I'-^jig-i.  ,*"v     *   .    .*���  -:  inc sub-    t - -1--  -*?- ���"!'*,*T,-v.._������ vy.jjfa'!���-������.- ��*��� -gf>.. _..��       .r-Aj-  nett���each received a gift cer*  tificate   (Mrs.   Gwen  Mr!' Len Wray-f-aggrgate  division.    (Fuller " Brush" pri-'  ,duct).       ;  Country  Life  Magazine subscriptions went to Mrs. George  Many i/awrtrds^w^mS-   ALBERTA Slim's horse was almost human hut not quite  but these were' the only hnhios' v 7 as human as this one being led by Mrs. Husby of  available a\ this tlme7 Gibsons. Well disguised are Colleen Husby and Alec  Lucky  raffle  ticket' holders   Davidson who took! part in the Fall Fair pet parade,   j  Trick horse  PELT HIR SERVICES  PORPOISE BAY  (Sechelt)   B.C.  Air Charter & Aircraft Maintenance  .  ��� I,i* *~W-jl_J|- m "1 *��'V  rV *l   'I*   ir���fSnj���j  mmmm^fz^mi^^s^^r;  Record breaker  MRS. CKL1A Strosholn must Ivavo t\io most contonded  ' family on the Poninsula for her culinary accomplishments would bo hard to surpass.'Bosldos winning, fivo  trophies at the Fall Fair, she walked off with 34 firsts,  Hfi seconds and two special awards.  rFwhing  Hunting  Freight  Air Taxi  �����>��-*���* i��*��*-  Contract Flying  Sightseeing Tours  Timber Cruising  Air Ambulance  mom secheit^g8jr*9$4i�� AND B00K FL^HT  A  I ** dlJ*��ii��fc-l��lf*BiSn!.lsW^ftlj  ���*��7TTrw" -*---�����-  Z.....U. 1 i* *""���  -^~? ^ ^       u.  ^     \A.  Ml  ^     *��,j J*,%T>*^   (v -*  -** .^-^-^fi^hj^Mfctw .j*. ^.v..***^-1* **       *!���   < <"** i-^vy ^h<^^s.'^-j* .  ., .���7, ,    _ ~7~-7;\r.j-.:.Ki?^'-^  If-  Reader's Right  ' Letters to the Edilox  Appreciated  Editor. The Times  TpmmWERJu��2l&B8&  "I may be wrong, but 1 _/iaW not be so wrong as to fail to say ~what 1 Relieve to be rlgItt."���Jomt Atkins   ������ ���  ���      ���       - i .  ������ Wednesday, August 25,1965 -    -  ��BBi_all  Mem Isa Big  FOR THE third time during his short and color-  Sir���As a new reader I- want  to congratulate you on a very  informative and interesting paper.  I did not realize you gave  suchi exceHent coverage to this  area and perhaps a few com-  \plimentary issues should be distributed down this way.  It took me seven years to less term on Sechelt's village commission-  discover-your, paper mid then Com. Ben Lang has Mustek and threatenedV��Up-  only because I was in hospit- pression of the press. TThis comes from one we had  al, and bad nothing to read.      considered to be a responsible citizen, and there-  Sihce 1ihen I have bought ev- for? lt leaves room for considerable speculation.  ery  issue  and  enjoy  it. very . ,  ,.   ,   ,"    ��  .        ��� ''��� Ai_.    *_  xauch. - Governmentbehind closed doors is the aim  MRS. W. GREEN of dictators,.large pr small. It is also the fond  Grantbaans P.O. desiffr of small men who like public office and its  ~* And It Is Said  English Is Easy  ���The Scottish Rite News  We'll begin with box, the plural  is boxes, ,   .   ,  But the plural of ox is oxen,  notoxes;  One fowl is a goose., but two  are called geese,     ,r ���>,   ,  Yet the plural of moose is  never meese;  ..    . * e ���_���     i~~**a �����mc��nHti,;Ac   You may find a lone mouse, or  with the, actions of his ��?^"E*J22?    a wh0��e nesl of ���**     x "  but this is a condition wh,^^JePre^: But the plund of house is  tative and the taxpayer must be.prepared to meet -        *-  at times. This difference of opinion, in fact, is lf^HLalof man isalway*  an essence of democracy and if it did notcrop up If ���cnplurdl of n,an ,s aIway*  from time to time we should indeedI be^suspicious, -^^  for it is not within human nature to be in perfect    bgCalledpen9  agreement at all times;and especially on the:mulu-   f JJ ; footand;yott  tude of problems and responsibdities which are    sho^me two fee^        * -  honors, but ^vhosebasic insecurity cannot stand   P** **���W* ^ [*����� ^IL .......   And I give you a boot, would i_  Sorry practice any criticism of their actions.  Editor, The Times: -������   Mr. Lang seems to be suffering from an ob-  Sir���As an English woman session about publicity. On two occasions he has  with a British passport and approached this newspaper with a request to  also a British landowner and suppress c��>urt news. From this we must assume  taxpayer, I am most interested ^[^ gentieman regards himself as exempt from  was �� lsSLo?fV_sUamWr"- adverse publicity or criticism, but happy to accept  ceive medical, dental or opU- any form of back-patting which might improve his  cal care in Great Britain with- public image.  out    having    contributed    one Mr.   Lang's   latest   outburst   followed   an  cent. equally-sorry display of lack of appreciation for  Are all Canadian paupers? the responsibility of his office by commissioner  If so then how did he work his Swain who took exception to a recent report in  trin hv air   land unA  <sp-, nt Lang's absences from village meetings. In The ._- tU ru-   :~  SXiS 2TV__3_S Times, C*om. Swain deploy .he to.har.hesc   ^�����T^JZ!tf��%%�� FOreWell U Camp  Responsible elected officials welcome publi-    pair ^ ciasA j^?  city, even though at times they may take a tern- ir the singular, this and ihe  porarily-unpbpular stand. '    plural these,  But in the current instance, it would appear should the plural of kiss ever  these two commisisoners are somewhat thin-skin-   ,be keese?  ned, and would prefer to operate behind closed We speak of a brother and also  doors and in perfect secrecy. of brethren,  This is not acceptable to the taxpayers who But though we say mother, we  expressed their faith by electing these   commis-    never say rricthren.  sioners. ",~hen lhe masculine pronouns  : - *    In fairness, it must be pointed out that Com.     are hc> his and hira-  Swain has a reasonably good record of attendance. But �����8��nc the femime, ihe,  Com. Lang, on the other hand, has an unenviable     sh,s ��nd *him!  record of non-attendance. In fact, he repeatedly An* qu��tions?  made thesuggestion that the Village commission  Kh"eftin SSlS remarks had been reposed. We wou.d not have ������^^ff^EMS_ sZm��  tor by my elder sister Pau- read such a report in the "other' paper, he com- area, as Lom. uoroon nasJ���".*���-P,������"- When th. ��re-dv nil**  line Andrews  I am now tfart- p,aincd. This may be true; each newspaper has n^ b^tmrnmrnSt^,, ����-*.t ,ua J^J^JJ***  ing to save the necessary car- its own policy of reporting news, and what one dr0P community an airs   wmen aiieci us an Hour__niBh,      '���  go boat round trip, Vancouver- paper does or neglects to do is not the guiding tos#'''and-bask-intne''sun.-^  ,JL  Liverpool,   passage, money   of factor for another newspaper.  S500 for a return trip in Feb- _��� .        . t.        ,.       . ��.    t--.-   *^ u ~v  ruary   1967. ^ ls not t*ie P��hcy of The Times to back-  I have been insured since I scratch, because we do not believe our readers  was 18 by Prudential Assur- expect wishy-washy, nicey-nicey accounts of meet-  ahce until National Health ings, reporting only what is nice to hear and what  started. Then it was 15 penco is complementary to the elected commissioners,  per week���now at 53 and so Nor do,we believe our readers look for sensa-  called unemployed, with a hus- tionalized news, and so we do not lean to this  band   not   insured   in   Great ^ of journaiism, either.  Bntam, I pay 10 shillings per   JK   _*   , 7. 7^ i. .   , _. .  week ($i.50)-this in order to T^ taxpayer has every right to know what  claim hiy old age pension at his elected representatives are doing. Any com-  60 (it will be at present rates missioner who is conscientiously carrying out the  $12 per week) and is payable duties which he was elected to undertake will  anywhere in the world provided certainly not object to the taxpayer viewing his  full   contributions   have   been activities. The taxpayer may not always agree   his resignation is expected  paid���in this case by  bankers  When I was a spinster I .ia- t   _%    W01*d VF-POIli'   til��   -'PtthMsft��lJ  turally had a proportion of the .VW  insurance vpaid by my employ* AN unjustified attack on this newspaper and its  ers; I also got considerable tax editor by two members of the Sechelt Village  ^ 0nbyCSshmClXe   "Z Commhsionjast week obviously was made.be-  joinUy with my husband's pen- cause The Times reported Council activities in a  sion���so'am far worse off than7straightforward manner.  ever before, being now in the  It would appear from instances to date, that And the curtains are drawn  Com. Lang made a mistake in accepting election And the windows of camp  to the village commission. Many people, within Like eyelids that hide  and without the village area, have their futures Byes that are damp.  Closely tied to the development and progress of        v ���.  the community and it takes mature-minded men And the little white boat  and women to honor that obligation andresponsi- ^.n ^fu,�� bl^ aQd ^  kjf-fy Raises its oars  7   '      . . .-���,'�����       In a last "jsood-bve.**      A  f     Com.   Lang   has   on   several   occasions      .       .���" ^  threatened to resign. This is perhaps the most Now driftwood fires  direct way., to prove whether he is right or wrong Will gleam no more  in his attitude as to how village uffai^shou  conducted. lonely shore.  As a matter of fact, in the circumstances, , pjead wjlh ihe sun  To remain a while  But he looks at me  With a chilly smile.  ���   , ,.     ���, .,���...���.,..... ��� . And the wind in answer  expects to find something worthwhile to read, whispers "Nay,  He is not going to be happy wheii,he discovers-^- the Sun rolls on,  as he eventually must���-that what he has been He cannot stay."'  getting is less than one side of a story,  To produce a paper of the quality of The y^S^o -  V '     '  . The situation ,is not new in the newspaper Times requires many long hours. In working con- Farewell to ramn  eight shilhngs and six pence in wdrW, and h /P  Th^ivSifS.,    Ai,tmn 1 adhere to a policy of publishing news happenings that inevitably opposing interests and differing And*ummcrsUay'  Health was^or^aidzed to^ th-'v'ithout fear or favour. Any newspaper which viewpoints will come face-tb-face, But if wc have  CoaUUon government^-and was deviates from this simple policy fails to discharge done our work properly, they will face each other One Gorgeous  born as a "Labor Baby" which its responsibility to its readers, because the public armed with facts, npt half-truths, incomplete vcr-' at.nad>f  Winston Churchill was thrown expects���rand is entitled���-to read both sides of a sions or slanted opinions, Arid when citizens know jyunset  . gut of office; The then Labor story, and not just milksop versions slanted to the truth, they are not long in arriving at work- Thc setting sun has painted,  government made no provision please the few self-styled bigwigs involved. able solutions. To hide^ the truth,Vcven a small part The clouds so carelessly,  ��� !;re;��_srsssrs   ^hTw n^^, Dm$m^H *.M,^��^��^^.r���^. ijrtit&i"���  with hypochondriacs and other awarc of his responsibility to us, and his obliga- The Times is hereto stay, It has invested in7    .7;;,":..,.,....?." mm.rr:,..;..  -mental    cases���getting    some- *'on t0 his readers. He was chosen to manage the Peninsula, it owns property in Sechelt for The giant snow-capped  thing for nothing. Thc Times nearly two years, ago on his record future expansion, arid it has faith in the entire tlis-    mountinns,   ",  *   The subsequent Conservative and on his experience. In working diligently to trict. Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler have sunk their roots Reflect the supers gold,  government brought in n fee o( build Thc Times as ah integral part of this grow- here, too. But they hnve lived too long ta  ,0?ni.*h^IUnlf- ����r/alsed to two ��ng community, he and his family have become  shillings���free,   of   course   '��� -    ��� ���-������'���     ���     ���   -   ���-   ��� J -       -  ever to tho poor  and  OAPa nnd welfare cases.  InBboth dSt|dstsarandh occS-JcSecheH Recreation payer, the people who foot the bilk ^^^^  which I trust will be followed Thc Times on the Sunshine Coaiit Tourist Af^so- ' -���-���-'���-- '.* 5.?_   ._    ���_._-__-   .. ,f     .   .        wniwnmg * u rememoer  in. B.C. ciation. Mrsf Wheeler is a devoted helpmeet, also  My   dentist   w a r   delighted a member of several organizations, and between  nSJi ���u^ nh-!Sh5 ml thcmJ! trcKend0UStToum 55 tini�� h dcv*��tCu t0 w',ec,cr isidoing it-thev decisis arc up to the  ! September iCandTskcd fir W*1*,the erefttcst. P��?'b^- ��c^ ,���<* P^to rcaddrs,^!"nA"llttfc bigwigs W*ould say "Wc  ' ''T��S2!^ in m��v^ know\ y  paid three pounds, 10 shillings, ,      J1 would indeed be a wimple (ask to throw quiet."  plate. lam returning in Febru o'hcr 15 pages of The Tinics with advertising create such n storm about the publication of     : hv  ary^ 1M7 andl will then return and boiler-plate (a newspaper term for material ,'.facts, something is wrong. There is a,di\rk corner, "Sechelt PenlMuto.Ttoii*Ltd.!  Zt Cffi��at^no,/urhfrf.en* lhat ^ of ,,u,c ��f no l^a'"n^rcst). - Light needs to be Jet In. < Box 3ttl - Sechelt. B.C.  7^^  annum.ovcr a ncriod of three   1 *     vvc ao nrl ,,KC in,f cft��y way. We believe that , Icccn interest hnd Unless wo nro to nllow th�� birth   #��/orr M^W Efimont'  annum,ovcr a penoa of tnrco ���)|s flnja ^        ^ newspaper, and Mr. and,. K"L ffiShTS TI W���*to��n4tolwt*tnl*t\\  _..  7: 7 Mrfi.  Wheeler ��� re trvino ��n L. IH L    I*��n.  ,��,��, ?} " dictatorship, |IIC. llmOS Will Continue tO tell  watchdogs of fair play, Our job is to report the Till my days on ennh ��rc dono.  news as it happens, without equivocation or  evasion.  When wc  have  done  thnt~-as  Mr.  say  know what is best for you . . . run along and be  Published Wednesdays  ��t Sechelt ;  ll  3W��vC.o��.only^'i!Mmojlwu^  years)  ,!        .  IM had my uppers removed M*. Wheeler are Irving to build one, Both the VfS^ff��^^^  here, I was told I would need fl^crtwer and the reader deserve consideration. ��� ' ,nC M, 7, cxa^'y "?,7 n��PPcns..  to be in Vancouver for ta dnys The advertiser pays thc larger part of the costs Wormed public opinion is the keystone of  (ferry $10 .return, hotel cxpon* of producing a newspaper, and he expects readers n progrcsslyo, successful and growing community,  sea   together  with ^ono  night to be given good news coverage so they will be The times is doing a cood lob nnd 1 nm  dental clinic, anesthetics, and attracted to the paper. The reader nays a part of proud of it, V '  *-��.��� p��o. 5 the production cost with his subscription, and ho \ Stewart n. Alsgard, PuWIshcr  Pouglns G, Wheekr, Editor  S. B, Ahgiird, Publisher  Subscription Ruled;   (in,Advance) - ,..������,  "'lYoM'..SS-.2Y0_it,$9!.  ,   ,     3 Years $13    .  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AV��r7*7T . ..'"'*" ;-7TulyX TSSl >~ Tlae^Sechelt -here.7 iKis-'tlur quickest "get  " TW&e are Vou*fufare" adult re-*' Atte�� we Junior events, ma- "Promeiradm-turned, up *t\our ' rich <��"���* trade'?-,in CanaSa  * sidents-of the Sunshine Goast, - ny,.other ^P^.^ Jame^^^nd^; ���ouse^m^%bn^day..,cakeV*arid~ *at I've paid1 for yet.- On^a  ish'it i.�� tmmrsHiiA r).^ ��m��^.    achievements   will- be-.- carried - mft Vnr m^ *aW. wx��--" ���m �� . 'natson's cension. one can't -ha  -< A' . u  'i 5!  -..._     _,__.,      -..    -**���-**. ,-���* ro*��"^--���^��**��� *��uuj>e<wiui^a��pipuixiay^caK-e^intt^   ,.'"' .* yt  *����� *"-���   jc*.  " ,<���  isb ft is imperative that aMar- "CMwements   will, be*; carried - gift *or my; taw.(Peg;s and a * paeon's pension^one can't be  ge gathering is on hand to en- ou��� j? .wtach  the  contestants    g��Wa   time ;was, held' by   all   t00 carefree:  ,  -=^���: ^��� ' aad t?enr m��wnts wiU compete . square dancing,in:��ouR___ipus' '\- - ���DOROTHY Ta GREENE  need; a CiCn?  NEW or OSEO  TRY  Peninsula  Motor fro A  SECHELT, B.C.  Pfc. 88$ .till . Tea Farewell  ^AlHn I",!   ?r?v?u"*" ; -4      m ^  ���H  Y*ah'  f :��B��"'����"��* ' "I  -^.u All _i_L.aU, I. think that it will   .quite-a Tacketr   ���   -��� 7* -  cent over last year'* exhibition    cers arrived -at ^ur Ijtteee to A  ,  ?f hD5^m?nsMe*. Even7l wUl *isqaai*e" dance7<m .Q&vAuto?-'  knaw  m   which   direction .the . Could'-you"guess what/tjadges-  ���horse is to'go.* Now'this in it-    they qualified for Chat-night?   '  self is a vastimprovement. TAat's Ti^it, they were called A  Oh,   yes! , The ,location, has   the ^nas^pper badges'. <Mte  been changed- The PlayTDay -Effing,' isn't it? That 'wis in  On Horseback .will be held in    bare feet, too, except someone  *-T' ^frateew's told, Just on . got the bright idea' that I  toe Gibsons side of the S turn, should square dance in a very  Thats   the   well-known   land-    large pair of swim ifias.<Boy  mark   where   the   road   signs "did I have trouble, but H dood*  say slow to fifteen miles per   it ' * '  ; 7Sechelt-  Beauty BAm  flftr. - Omer Lepitre;  Above Post icrfftce  Cutting ��nd Styling  Tuesday to Saturday 9-5  "Your Stairway To  Hair Beauty"     "  Phone 885-4)525  _M�� Cecil's  ^  ",��,�����     ���     l��f     A  The limes  (.   ���>*���  Classified.  MsakeY��6  Money!  ^������������i  V  ')-'�� !  The Times  Phoire  ����I/J cist  lews of yoyr bysiness leaders  Cfiofit Sc?w Centre |  Wilson Creek  Dealers for'P.M. Canadien - McCultoch -  Homelite - Pioneer and Stihl Chain Saws.  COMPLETE STOCK OF ALL MODELS  Parts and Repair Service  Telephone 885-9626  rownnnrMi  innnnwwar_  mmbmmmm  mm^mmmtmm*  Your��� Peninsula Centre   -  for Furniture, Appliances  '-       Salefjand Service  Richler's f .V. & Radio Ltd.  Sechelt, B.C. Phone 885-9777  Shell <lil DistribQf of  GIBSONS, B.C.  Phone 886-2133  Plumbing and Healing j  t     . . I .       < I *  I  -.4i^fWt!MW*^��*^^U��l+��*��HW*t--B*lrl����*  \ Walk On M  Sleep.On Af  " ' "Eaf&tf ��n  Cleon Wifli ft!  iisfen To #fi  Watch !t!  Cook Wifhit!  Clean With Hi  t      '  OR  Just Plain Like Bt!  You Can SAVE On It  .AT ������        ��� .  1 Sechelt :   . V_       y  1 *  mmmsmm.  j  INione 886-9857    j  FAYING ** ASPHALT DRIVEWAYS  PARKING AREAS - ROADS FTC.  TREE ESTIMATES  ~*~  mmmm*m>mmwmmmZ  IVf-  j | Calk now taken for Ad-briefs  j  | ] t��ml Messages for Tfte Times  ]  S j  af   the   Coin   Dry   Cleaners,   !  ; ;   Sunnycrest Plaza,.     Phone 886-2231   ;  �� ��                                                                       i  J m,mmm.mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmnmmummmmmmmmmmml  Wmm  5  %*mm  PENINSULA PLUMBING  LIMITED  Heating ���& Suoblies  FREE ESTIMATES  Super Kemtone  Sherwin William Paints  s  1  Phone 886-9533  11  mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.  Phone 385-2058  < J' I * . . ' > ,,,...        ,, . .,  I     ' -*n)r���i���T " " '" " '*"'���-���������-- "���"' " -i��������� )������     iii'i.i'ii'inii.iii r .1  Let us,cater to  !  Oil VOlll*  PIUIWM**      I        Wt*'MM^mwm*'mM0m*mr^rmmi*mmmi0*mpm0Mmvwmm0*m  ing and Heating needs. Oil  Co. or Bank financing . flYaJI-  obfe.  'SUPPLIES  and  SERVJCE   j*1  1  ''',", , 1   1 Ah' 'i  Benner Bras*  TURNITURE AND PAINT  '.'���'   ,* '.'" SECHELt'1'  Phono 085-2058  BB5--M46  SUMMER CLTEAiRANClE  11D�� tSlEDyC��0@^S  ON ALt S-iMAftBR mm  . ,.   f  ' H f��  |l'        '!     '  ')   A''.  "   ���'    .       * ; T    ' ,TT~.     ���-*���   ���   ��� ,-���- r-.    ~n-m~   ,|      ,   ��� 1 -,  elene 6  Gibsons, 0.C. - Phone 886-9941  jjairmfTrr*1,nr*Ta'"T"rrr"''''"^'*"J'*"*"'"*"'''"*"**"'''"''*'"'"*"'''*'****''*"  Golf fiuilding Supplies  1 , '     ���  "fc1 Liririber ^r Plywood  s *  {  r^ Roofing       t^t Insulqtioh  \     '"'..���' \.  8    'llr .Poinfe^.,   k Hardware  ' '.'''.-.'/'m,,,;/ ���'������.. ''-'.. '��� ��� .  A *. i  .a  EVERYTHING FOR YOUR  BUILDING REQUIREM.2NTS  | Gulf Buildina Suipplies  Phono 885-2283 Sccholt, CC.  V.  "V-  ,,    ���(!���  *.**��� ll". , ������...,-.���.,,,.,���.|���...4,,i  I '"       , i  rt��!k-f,a|)-..!,*H!'f..w,i,A.^,  'ItT  ...,...,V.J..i.,.!i��-w .���,.��..-���,���.,,! '   V'  I  * "tt.  .���������.......u,   MiL^ii-L^^nimji .u..����aaa��-rf  ��� -^rfmmrajviranr-scsf ram^'iv^s^^a^s^^^'^mes^^m    Paae 6      Sechelt Peninsula Times.   * Wedrf Augp.���25if;1965 v *,���  Page 6      Sechelt Peninsula Times.     Wed., Aug. 25, 1965  Taken issue . . ���  -LJII���JIIU-IITTII ~ _|   _-l I __!_ I -II.      -Il~  ' ' * ��� ' ^ *��� %  School Board committee  recomeids new patters  NEED FOR somewhat more adequatequartershasijeeir  under consideration by the school board of District  46 for some time, and finally resulted in a recommendation from the board planning committee which received  an airing last week.    Mrs. Leslie Jackson told the . ther end of the JPeninsula, it,  board the planning committee,    was logical to anticipated.high  comprised of herself and Mrs.    school   in  Sechelt   before  too  Celia   Fisher,   had   after   due    long,  consideration, come to the con- jt j& recalled the Pender Har-  clusion that despite -the- fact bour Chamber of Commerce al*  Sechelt was the logical geog- so expressed the view some  raphic location, Gibsons would months ago, th?t, should the  be  the  better  centre for  theJ 'board ever consider a new. loc-  building.  a tion,    the.    chamber    would  Evening meal  AS EVENING approaches the kitchen area of the Sechelt Guide campsite becomes  a scene" of great activity for with 16 healthy appeties to Appease, there is much  work to be done-The kitchen shelter was erected by a weekend work party to replace the one destroyed by vandals during the winter months.  We visualize the district as strongly recommend Sechelt as  a large "L" with Gibsons at the a location,  bend. The, bulk of population is Trustee Leo Johnson said he  and Tvill be there and 1 see Was    quite    certrlin    Sechelt  little prospects for much dev- would develop as  the hub of  elopment in Sechelt, she said, the Peninsula and that he felt  The committee also recom- there would be no extra ex-  mended a new building which pehse involved in locating in  would include accommodation sechelt, He also expressed the  for the School District Superin- opinion that the Pender Hap-  tendent, Music Supervisor and bour area is and will, conttmje  Librarian, as well as a main- to develop to considerable ex-  tenance shop. tent  Prior, to .-*.Mrs.,�� Jackson*,, 5re- ^y ^Trustec-^V,^Malcolm did not  port,  letters   were  read   from agree   with   this   observation,  Village Council of Sechelt and stating it would only grow as  Sechelt Chamber of Commerce., a summer trade. He did how-  The council indicated interest ever agree with Sechelt as a  in providing accommodation in location   but   as   a   separate  its    proposed    new   municipal building,  not  in  with  the  Se-  biiildihg, for the ^hool*" board, l*helt"c6uhc^  and   suggested   a   meeting   to Mrs.     Jackson     commented  pursue the matter further.  Strongly   advocating   reloca-  that with the type of complex  the committee had in mind, she  tion   in  Sechelt,   the  chamber    could not   sec   Sechelt   being  letter   stated;   considering  the    able to provide such accommo-  difficulty   in   providing   suffic  lent funds for adequate school  Under canvas  GUIDES of the 1st Sechelt Co. found that erecting a  tent is not as easy as it looks; but this one meets  with the approval of its seven occupants: Charlotte Bain,  Marilyn MacKenzie, Elfreida Muldowari, Janice Jaeger, Gwen Aldred, Barbara Payne and Marsha Gib-'  bons.  Vandals work . . '.,"���'  Volunteers rebuild  ruined Guide camp  7 POSSIBILITY of a summer camp at Porpoise Bay for  the Sechelt Guide Co., looked pretty remotes this  spring when leaders inspected, the havoc wrought, at  the camp by the more barbaric element of our,society;  anything   not   considered   worth   stealing   had   been  smashed.  However, a determined L.A.  bought    more    lumber,    Mrs.  Charlotte     Jackson     provided  shingles and a  weekend work  party comprised of Sgt. (Tick)  Payne & Son Owen, Herb Stock-  7 well, Harold, Nolaon, Davo Hay*  ward and Al Japk^on soon con*  ; structcd"a sturdy shelter for the  kitchen- facilities.  Once the nucleus of the camp  had   been   established   sixteen  guides    made , short   work   of  erecting tents an.| the Compa  ny was soon enjoying a five day  camping expedition. Captain  Dorothy. Stockwell and, 1st Lieu  tenant Lola Caldwell were very  grateful for the help given by  Mrs. Nancy Jaeger who assisted with the cooking chores  during the day. Jacquie Franklin helped supervise the swimming activities and 2jnd ���lieutenant..* Marilyn Swanson commuted daily between the camp  and the Bank of Montreal,  where she works.  Guides entertained parents  and visitors on Thursday of  last week and the neat, little  Campsite delighted their young  brother and sisters,  Work done by the pioneer  guides who arc qualifying for"  their pioneer badges was highly praised by visiting scouters  Sgt. (Tick) Payne ond Mr.  George Flay also by Divisional  Commissioner Mrs. L, Labon*  tc and Districts Commissioner  Mrs, Hariet Ncwson.  dation.  Leo  Johnson   explained   that  classrooms   aqji   facilities,  the this would be ji(*ssible once the  Sechelt Chamber of Commerce village expanded Its boundaries  naturally   assumes   the   Board and this was vevy likely in the  of School Trustees would hard- net too. distant future. "Hural  ly  consider  utilizing funds  to areas are seeking ��� many facility;  build their own quarters when ies   which  they  wilt  get  only  such  capital  would be of far by  being  taken  into  the   vil-  greater benefit used for extra lage," he said.                         r  classrooms, etc. Following . a    comment    by  The letter also pointed out that chairman Joe Horvath that Se-  while it was  probable one or chelt after all was only fifteen  two   members   of   the   board miles   from   Gibsons,   il   was  would find it convenient to re- moved thc recommendation be  main in Gibsons, there are oth- accepted, but with choice of lo-  ers who have to make the long cation left open.  tedious trip from Pender HaT-  ���.��-_   bour. Also, that while we presently have high schools at ei-  FOR QUICK RESULTS  USE   TIMES   CLASSIFIED  Gibsons  aw* *J>rt(S*����)����^/ifWt��JSfcK*  '**"' __,'''_l'___ __t j[(^^**^iii,*"ai|'ii'H*,|*��s,*^Afc,t< *_'*____' ^h ' ���* 1  R ^3 wm I** wm%w r  Jr^m\   ^W^WMI^ ���   (l  h   ���  NEW or USED  "' ''������������   '���   -  ������ try >       ��� ������  Peninsula  Motor Prod.  sechelt, 0,C,  Ph. 005-2111  - Ted Farewell  )iur��uumtsuu ���M.it.t.A.j.i wimn,'. ������, i ���,',*&  s*-?t gjg vntJwit ctiwi^ji^t-jt  m^vm<mm^i^miM!m.^  ESSO OIL FURNACES  No Down Payment - Bank Interest  Ten Ye3"* To pay  FIRST PAYMENT 6CTOBER 1��t  COMPLETE LINE OF APPLIANCES  For Free Estimate - Call 886-2728  TWILIGHT THEATRE  GIBSONS Phone 886-2827  AIR CONDITIONED  Doors open 7:45 p.m. - Show fttorts 8:00 p.m.  ;,^;ia.;;;i^;;;;;^;;;AUGusT;26> to ia ���     v;.y  TUBBIG-SBAT j| Brian ,feHBiMp..���^  \P��ifI@ AND itJij'  I? SACK!  11  CftM-tl  C,'-" ���  wf-Swp  R*I*>*m<I thru  UNITED ARTISTS  SATURDAY MATINEE STARTS 2 PM. SHARP  FERRY CROSS THE MERSEY  Lost Planet No.  13 ..��? Cartoon  wt.��*iw*rf.te^^^rf^i-fe^ ** *  AUGUST 30 TO SEPT. 1  The  Thoro . , , boforo hor lunbopd's oyes. Was It on act af violence  or an dcrof Ioyc?  "     " '       STA'RiRNG'"*'."" "  Paul Novfitian �� Laurcnco Harvey - Clalro Dloom -  1 Edward G, Rablnion  RESTRICTED No Admiilion to Persons Under 18  ���id*     ��������������� ���.  .  v  t*r��)W.*��.f*���Mr"..'MM'**  HJza^xMiVJt nuti-s  wWK��(��j**m������'H'��'.;r;...'.r'-.'*'.' -.i"atw?--' fi>f\n 771  ����� +m**��t��t<p��*i��.^   mi, f **>&%**> ***i*^ rtfc mm*Y*'**'**J���',**1*���'*,���*'=,, Wed,, Aug, 25> 1965    Sechelt Peninsulo Times    Page 7  Egmont Eye  ~ ~ 7, -:"7 7"-*     "- ,'"*"-"*7"1~7 -��-4wrJohii, Duniop  IT IS TO be hoped the Hdnorable W. A. C. Bennett, Pre^  mier of British Columbia and the. .members-accompanying him to the acceptance;��eremony ofrthe new ferry M.V. "Queen of Powell River" will not terminate"  their visit^ to ~the-Sunshine^ Coast- tintiFthey-haver at -  least, travelled over our Highway. 101, from' Earl's Cove  Jo. Langdale:     - -7 ;���r^r   : We would particularly invite cess, a through highway cap-  the* Honorable P. A. Gaglardi, able of taking care of today's  minister of highways, to parti- automotive transportation de-  cipate in a trip over this scenic,    mands.  dressing. After��all, you just  don't carry-tourists, on*a we3t  coast troller. -, 77 1 ���.-/ > A �����  -Gene-andv Vi'' Berntzen Thave  their��� daughter;, Sylvia tCMrs..   t,  Herb Hansen) ana,granddaugh-   f.  ter ��� Anne1 ��� and -, JNTancy" visiting   "f'  them, from iBuraaby? Herb��7<m   I  the TVajicouver '-Fire7Depart- '��.  ment, ihay hi ,up,4aterjn7the  months but is~presently at work.  Sort of 'keeping the horn? fires  burningV-as it were.���t-7~r~.  'one, and a half hours of easy  driving.' Scenic it may be, but  far from easy .driving, especially from Earl's Cove to this  side of Sechelt. Tighter and  more   numerous   curves   could-  IN MEMORIAM  We regret,-to learn of the  death of Mr. Wilf Scott m Burnaby, last week. Wilf, well-  known Peninsula truck line operator,   was   the   pioneer- of-  possibly be engineered in high-    trucking   service   to   Egmont  way construction, but it would  require a concentrated effort  on the part of the surveyors to  do it.  * Then there are the many  bumps and depressions on portions of the road surface to be  contended with. At 50 miles per  hours (maximum allowable  speed when possible) there is  a tendency for a car, when  bitting one of these spots, to  take off into 'the wild, blue  yonder* and become airborne,  a condition which might not affect our 'Flying Phil', but on,  that is certainly bothersome to  most of us who use Highway  101 to any extent. The touring  public is also affected by the  condition of our coast highway  and the time taken to negotiate  This writer has spoken to  many motorists who arrived at  Earl's Cove, only to see then-  ferry pulling out and with a  two-hour wait for the next one  confronting them. Their remarks are usually far from  complimentary, both with regard to, a highway on which it  is , impossible to maintain a  modern rate of speed' with safe-  tyy.pnd to the misleading signs  Which state^-'lMs ^hours^ easy,  driving time." ;; Easy driving  time if you are alone ,on the  road and ha,ve an utter disregard for speed limits, otherwise  orte slow vehicle in front of  you can shoot holes in ihe IV-  hours,  Why should Egmont concern  itself with the present highway?  The answer is that we are not.  What we are concerned with,  together with some 15,000 people in the Jervis Inlet, greater  Powell River, Lund and Texada  Island areas/ is replacing this  54 miles of twisting, dangerous  when our access road to the  highway was first opened some  nine years ago. For the first  two years Wilf wheeled his way  into Egmont under road conditions that would deter most  drivers. Fair weather or foul,  he arrived with our weekly  store supplies, sometimes early  in the morning, sometimes at  midnight or later, but he usually made it. It is men such as  the late Wilf Scott, when who  were willing to tackle the tough  jobs along with the easy, who  have paved the way and made  it a little smoother for those  that follow.  Another person who will be  missed in Egmont is the late  Mrs. Nell Johnston of Sechelt.  Nell spent many vacations here  ^dsiting^vithTMrs,*Myrtle, Dak,  ton and Myrtle's brother, the  late Bill Blakely. A relative  by marriage and a lifelong friend of Myrtle and Bill,  Nell's genial manner and cheerful disposition endeared her tj  all who knew her and she will  be missed by -many.  SAFETY   PRECAUTION  A coroner's jury has recommended fencing in a viewpoint  at Chatterbox Falls, situated  at-the head; of-Princess Louisa  Inlet, as a result of the death  of an 18-year-old youth on  July 15. This is a necessary  precaution as several young  people have met their deaths  by being swept over the falls  during the last 10 or 12 years.  Having the only radio-phone in  these parte'.'a few years ago, vye  were directly concerned with  two cases and, as a result,  were particularly, careful lot  warn .tourists yfiih children"  aboard of the dangerous nature  of these falls. Possibly a fenced  in: area v^'ill  accomplish  what  Phyllis and.* Don Jeffrie's now  have another mouth-to fted in  the person pt a. baby- daughter  born in Comox' Hospital on  Thursday, August f12. JTust another fish "or' so1 each' day/ Don,  and you Vwili' break even wxii  the increased expense of feeding three instead of two.  THE AILING HORSE  The hero of ourJittle^rtory_i3  Jack, one~of Bob and Ivy Lee's  two horses', The consulting doctor is Bill .Peters of Pender^  Harbour. The five, nurses are  Peggy and Janice Lee, Pat and  Debbie Bathgate and Marion  Vaughan, all of Egmont, The  scene, a hay patch near the  home of 'Sniper Bill' Hodgson  in the west end of our community.  The story: It appears that  one morning last week Jack  was found, a couple of miles  from home, in very poor condition, bruised and having difficulty in breathing. When a husband suffers a like condition  his wife immediately says  "hangover," but not so in this  case. His owners, being notified of Jack's illness by 'Sniper  Bill*, one .of pur oldtimers who  had evidently'been keeping an  ed 'Dr.' Bill Peters, a noted expert on horses. 'Dr.' Peters,  after due consideration, announced that Jack had pneumonia, prescribed penicillin,, and  ordered that the patient be kept  warm and quiet for a few jlaya.  This is where our heroinesr became junior Florence Nightingales. The five gals gave Jack  24-hour nursing care for several  da^'7cc���v(erihi, -him with blankets and applying hot towels  to ease his breathing. Peggy  and Janice even camped out  to be near him.  After five days of treatment  (a hojrse never had it so good)  Jack was well enough to be  moved to the home ranch in  easy stages. The latest bulletin, announces that he is making  satisfactory progress, thanks to  BUI Peters and the constant attention of his five nurses.  r \ Leading judge  AN ACCOMPLISHED rider herself, Miss Bernice Ram  say, will be judging the,Peninsula-wide "Playday,on  Horseback" Stinday, August 29 at the Karateew Trailer  Campsite at the -S" oend Gibsons. Miss Ramsey is  seen in action on her horse "Beau Geste" taken at Mea-  dowbrook.  Exciting event . . .  pay on Horsebad  obtains new location  SITE OF the Playday on Horseback, popular annua*  event on the Peninsula, has been changed to the ex^  cellent field adjoiningJhe home of Mr. Walter Karateew  at the "S" turn on the SunshTne~CoastHighway out of  ''Gib^nsT'^'T''"''1'^'-^  Kindness of Mr. Karateew in  providing the field will permit  far better conditions for botn  contestants and viewing public,  and ample parking space will  fee available within the main  entrance.: ',,:' -"a- ;..A"'"'a  Riders and their mounts are  advised to enter; through the  trailer park entrance & should  liar with the grounds. Riders  will be responsible^ for keeping  their horses under control at  all...:limps' during the waiting  period.  Riders entering either cr both  ���jumping .eyents will be allowed  to pace the course, leading  their horses. Judges' caids will  be marked for both the junior  check iri with thelentryclerk; ^h|i|fnior jumping' and- after;  Mr. Dave HopkJ^^Vthelfu^ ^en announced*  :>    Cards will be attached  to the  ges' stand at id a.m; fKey will  then receive their numbers for  the day, and after settling horses in the tying-up area, may  familiarize themselves with the  diagrams and other information  on the Posting Board, also by  the judges" stand.  ..,,.Saddle.;: club riders, identified  by white blouses and black  trousers, will give every assistance to contestants unfami-  ppsting board. Riders may then  see how they were marked.  Judges' cards for the horsemanship, 18 years and under,  starting at 11 a.m., will also be  posted after winners have been  announced:  Number of entries coming in,  indicates a super turnout arid  a large attendance of- spectators  is anticipated.  called a highway) with a fast,  safe and modern means of ac��  and outdated road (it cannot be    words   alone   cannot   do,   but  whether such a step will deter  an adventurous 7 teen-ager remains to be seen! We sincerely hope7it','/ does and 'hat wc  have seen "the" last fatality to  occur at this famous beauty  spot, Thcrp have been \qo  many.  AROUND EGMONT  Mary West joined her husband John for a west const  fishingN trip on their troller  MARY ANN W. John should ho  now enjoying a holiday from  cooking nnd gashing dishes. If  he la smart he will also have  ��Mary Icing down his fish nnd  .maybe lending rt hand with the  i Piano and Theory I  Teacher  ALEJTA GILKER,  Member of U.S.M,T,N,A.  Twenty Years' Experience  Would consider aoina to homes  j        Phone 886-2079 -  %*0*m0m#mmmmmmmmmmm*mmmmmmmmm-m<  Tho longest septic tank built with blocks  ~ The quickest job at the lowest costl  A I      f(, V    ('(MM T       )*   t* i )-/ Ml  OT  v 1  '   * ,*  ti  *N_7"ii!  _,7H^>   * ������;*��� ������^tt" ,  A, SIMPKINS - CONTRACTOR  Davis Boy Phono 805-2132; 885-9640  Kjwwjwx^^ i**-... a*.-, <\^4* t;Vrv.RA* *w*",f*"^"^*- ^O-.-.^-ijl'*-*; JvI^sK.��-Wi-ft-V,!.. ��f-Ss*��4��  ��� -     ���  ���    i  ��,*f..  '       ���/  'f..  ���       '���(.  :%  I-  h i  ��7-'  W-  ���i 71  A>t'  ,   ll"  I,   ���  1  Page 8 .   Sechelf Peninsulo Times   ~-Wed./Aug. ,25pl965  Council questions . .u,     ; /.  *���  atioEis  mim coif t  ���7  APPLICATIONS ior-rezoning;of. a ^property on Porpoise  -Bay Road for use-as-a-trailer court, by Mr. F. Hall  of Porpoise Bay Road was finally 'brought up before a  full council at' Sechelt,-last week.  Chairman ^Christine' Johnson  i V'Wfefer^spartsi a'    .      7'7 ,<.-77^ .7  GIBSONS iErremeniS mater, sports sdrewTa record attendance last Sunday and suntanned sturdy youngsters  gave a fine display of their swimming prowess^vin a  well-organized series of events. This year's event is  considered an outstanding success.  xjVsrilT .. .���-.  Firemens Water Sports  draw large attendance  _,TT'   -rrmci      j 1 j ���      .    .*. A7     Emery, both df Gibsons.  BLUE SKIES and large crowds were prominent at the      Jousting 7 Won by GUYochlo-  annual  Gibsons  Firemen's Water  Sports,  held  at   witz  and  his  partner  Georgs  son, Graiitbaras, 55 ^points.  ���How Boat Race, 10-14: First,  Steve  Littlejohn,  Port Mellou  second,   Richard  Sicotte,   Gibsons;  third, Franklyn Roberts,  Gibsons. "  "Log %oiling: fFirst, Tony  Thompson, Atfdys iBaiy; second,  "Bud Jonek, Gibsons; third, Gil  Yochlowitz, Gibsons.    '  Distancfe-'Swihi:  First, Dave  , Harris, /Gibsons; second Norm  Blain , Gibsons; third, tied by  Sharlene    Widme    and   Ttod  the ^Uage w^erfront *pra^  and contestants were visitors from Burnaby, Vancouver,      Combined Relay: Joe Gibson,  Creston, Riondel, Everett Wash., and all local areas.  Great credit goes to the fire-  explaincd the present "bylaw  does not permit" this type -of  project, however she could see  little .wrong.,with it: The bylaw  indicates r-o .trailer courts but  ���it v does seem now that witn  Small motel type units already  .under construction in that area,  .this is the way it will go.  ' While council indicated a'favorable attitude toward the proposal, further discussion re-  -vealed the "fact the property  was of insufficient si2e to accommodate til e 'number of  trailers planned.  It was therefore moved, the  clerk contact -Mr. Hall and  discuss with him the regulations involving a trailer court  and to ascertain how far 4ie  would be prepared to conform  to such regulations.  Asked if copies of the bylaw  were available, the ^clerk* *6ld  Commissioner iBsnner, ���--only*one  copy was on hand which wnifld  be read in the -village office:  it could Tiot be taken out.  i men who obviously go lo great  ! lengths to ensure i;he success of  I the event, and according to  'committee mem*b/er;s, this  ;; year*s show was one of the  1 most successful yet.  Swimming race results were;  V Youngest' swimmer, first, Bob-  7 tie  Garriptt,  Gibsons;   second, -  7 Dorothy Fraser, Gibsons; third,  David Smith, Gibsons.  Boys 8-9: First, Stephen Hill,  Gibsons;   second  Gary  Davies,  Port   Mellon;   third,   lied   by  Brian Evans, Gibsons and Gary  Shiridel, Port Mellon.  Girls 3-9. First,, Janet Living-  ���' ston,   Gibsons;   second,   Jenni-  "��� fer  Cooper, '���'Granthams; ;third  Debbie Sicotte, Gibsons.  "Novelty Race 12-14, First, Kim  Ingles,   Gibsons;   second,  Tom  , Azyaff, 7Gibsons;   third;   ftenry  ,%^h de Vanter, Everett, Wash.  '7 Boys 10-11: First, Gordon La-  f<tham,  Hopkins;   second,   Rich-  ;iard Wiome, Gibsons, third, Willie Barnheart, Gibsons.  ; ; Girls 10-li: First* ��hirleyHoe-  |;hiier/ Gibsons;   second, , Mary  iUVray,   Hopkins; -third,   Linda  ���'Campbell, Hopkins,  j,  Boys! Race, ,, 12-14: il^jr.st Dave,  (Harris, Gibsons; second, Brian  iiThike,   Gibsons;   third,   Bruc3  Livingston, Gibsons.    "Z"  Girls' Race, 12-14; Fir��t Sharlene Wiome, Gibsons,; fcconl,  Denise Littlejohn, Port Mellon;  .third, Teresa Joiner, Keats.  ! /Novelty Race, 8-11; First,  [Gordon Latham, Hopkins; sec*  [ond, Ricky Wiome, Gibsion*;  ���third Brian McKcnzlc, Gibsons,  j. ������ Boys'    Diving,   10-14;   t-First,  Tom Blain, Gibsons, 89Va  points; second, David Harris,  Gibsons, 82V. points; third Jirh  Spprgie, Hopkins, 81 Ms points.  Girls' Diving, 10-14, first,  Denise Littlejohn, Port Mellon,  68Mj points; second Patsie Feeney, Gibsons, 66 points; third  Sharlene, Wiome, rGibsons, ;63  points. '*'  Open Diving, 15 and over:  First, Norm Blain, Gibsom,  62V_;   second,   Al Wilson.   Gib-  Al Wilson, Norm Blain and Tom  Blain. ' ��� 7 "  Winner of thte YMCA Canoa  Race was the 1711113111 Grefen-  woodrboat.  ^Winner of.::th$ Salmon Derby  was "OsCu Johnson %fJ _lbso��fe  with a nice 15 lb., 8 oz. fish4lln  the hidden weights, Don My ton  Of Gibsons, came first with five  lb., seven oz., and John R66!h-  son of Gibsons, second wita  eight lbs., 10 dzs.  Trophies \genjt, to first pr?ze  winners,  cash  awards  to others.   : ���-: __i_  The commissioner said he  disagreed \vith this policy aad  felt copied should be available  to all menibers of council.  Conn. Benner also asked tiie  position regarding uncompleted  rpadwork in the/ -village. 5Gom-  niissioner Langs, roads *hair=*  man, replied he was still ^wait-  ing the Arrival of *the contract  ors, Scotland-and Adamson: >  ' Regarding tHe proposed  crosswalk signs in ttie business  ���section,' ihe "< chairman stated  approval has been obtained, and  il was hoped to get them put fit  by the highways department:  Clerk ;E.~ Rayner said lhe engineer .had indicated his crew  would do the job.      -.   -  1 Oomplaittts ''were' -brought up  by Couo. Benner that the tap  Was 1 missing at the Porpoise  Bay wharf. Also, a number ri  dilapidated vessels was occupying pace at the floats on -a  permanent basis, thereby mak-  mg it difficult for fish boa.s  and ���' plsasure boats to find  space.  The-clerk explained that normally in the case of problems  such as the missing tap, one of  the fishermen would notify the  village office. On this occasion,  no complaint had been receiv-  ied. ������"'������'" 7. 7'  As to tlte hulks occupying  berthing space, it was decided  to contact jthe 4e^artment of  transport for "g_|gan^; 7  Intention of the Union Steamship Company regarding removal of the old Union Store  building, was questioned bj>  the chairman who was told at  local - perscn was reported to  be interested in pulling the  store fdowih aiid it is believed  thip wouIJ be carried.soutishortly-     . V,,V-.!...  .-,{���   ���.-.,-..-,���  RENEWING old acquaintances  in Sechelt are Sgt. and Mrs,.  Peter (Tick) Payne accompanied by their five children Owen  Barbara, Debbie, Judy and  Neil, not forgetting one large  dog.        The Paynes are camping at  Mr. and Mrs. Herb StockwOU's  campsite at Forpoise Bay and  Sgt. Payne who was formerly  corporal of the RCMP detacii-  Vment at Sechelt and scoutmaster of the -Wilson Creek Scouts  is thoroughly 'enjoying his holiday .practising 1 .-old camping  , skills and fishing in the bay.  Peter,' tho oldest son of Sgt.  and Mrs. Payne, is following  in his father's footsteps ;ahd is  a niember of the RCMP detachment at Outlook, Sask.  Mrs7 LH Porter of Manor  Park, 'London, England, has  been spending a throe-week  holiday with her .niece Mm,  W.'R. Sheridan of-Selma Park,  It is 20 years since they last  met and Mrs. Porter Tvho is' 72  years old flew to Canada , and  thoroughly  enjoyed  her "visit.  fia^  .����� U '<5  7*-ff.  ���"���ij-ifjf  Flume Road, Robert. Creek, B.C.  ^ttowe 11386-2074      Students prepared "for Toronto Conservatory Exami-  r-).        notions, if-desired.  v  mtm  mmmmMMWMMMMMmmMmmmMMh.  j. j-  M��  The wmdll tfel^yjjcpvrt'lfor county <jtf  Vancouver, held in Secheltr will ��h&.  closed for the Midays during period,  Aug. UioSeipt. 10 inclusive?'  "Signed  a. v.mMtmoH,  MAGrSTRATIE  I  Best in the West  Free Estimates  <>. .  }af a working ikbchbIs  . price   ..,.,.... ���  t}   ..     ,.'   ,'      ;   ..,,.'.,.7',.,   ���.,';    ....'..; .7-,.,.,(..'.....,- -.- -,-���-- ..-7     ',.������,', ,.   ,    7    -'-Z  ttUwT wall miperienvedtm^Mtts amavaihbknn the Peninsula >to  '"serve woo.  . ' ,., ,���..,������,. ��,,.,...�����.,.. ,,���,..,.  ,,,,,,-j... *.      ,   . ...,-��,*-      ��    ...  ^S%ono BB5-'2292 Socholt, B.C  '   '  ' '    ',      -   ���������     .��� ���     ,   ,   ;���       .. ry,  *ZM^aE?MEa^^  i-*C  ir-  t  **m&&&,.i&*tw<u,bW4**V&liMW$*  r.t    .v* lull i U lr> .l4>.*��A-*'< i*">  .... .  ~ " ^.     **��"���.'�����7,;;.7^iw���1- ^,,���rff,^Hii" ���,'77',r'1?��i��Mwwjw>a^^ I    r  ���;>-.  ,*"  3?* * *  r. !**'  ',;  ���i*f-  ; 6S-67 estimates  Early; tenders planned  I��? Sed.eS. breakwater  RECENT spate of rumors to the effect that the breakwater for Sechelt promised last June by MP Jack  Davis, was little more than a dubious political promise,  was nailed last week. J : ;   Surveyors arrived as promised and were soon at work surveying the proposed site, and  a few days ago, The Times re*  ceived tbe following notification  sent to Mr. Davis by the Minister'of Public Works.  Dear Doctor Davis:  ��� Re:   Pleasure   craft   marine  facilities.  I wish to refer to your letter  of July 12, 1965, concerning the  construction of marine facilities for pleasure craft, and  your previous correspondence  with the department regarding  construction of a boat harbour  at Sechelt, B.C. The Prime Minister has also recently written  to me regarding the latter.  The Cabinet, at its meeting  of July 7, agreed that the federal government should take a  more active role in providing  marine   facilities   for  tourism,  with, the -federal participation  being r based on the following  principles:  (a) Federal   capital   assist-  . ance would be restricted to the  provision of navigation facilities such as breakwaters to protect shore installations; the  dredging of main channels and  harbour areas, provided the  economic viability of the integrated project can be firmly  established.  (b) The provision of the protection works and dredging  should be contingent on firm  commitments by other interests to the establishment of  onshore facilities such as wharves, roads, services, marinas  and living facilities, and such  investment should equal or exceed   the   federal   contribution  - in the form of protection works  or alternatively contribute to  the protection works and dred-  Airport Hmsand Visits  ���by G. Van de Meeberg  THERE seems to be no end to the variety of aircraft  visiting here. George Walker and Keith Woolley came  from OtheilorWashingtowr "ttyMg^^CeWSmFlffi^nWiF  is a single engine plane that seats six in comfort. They  came to join friends on a fishing trip around Irvine's  Landing.  ging; ���Where sites are io be ac-  quired,'*they ate io be provided  by> local interests. - -���*-   -(   -   f  ��� (ey .Subsequent; breakwater  maintenance and maintenance -  dredging.of harbour .areas and-  miain channels,jwould be the re-'  ' sponsibility of the. federal government; ,<:"'<       ���" u  (d)cWhere'it can bedeftoite- .  ly  established ��� that boat traf-  _fic to well developed or potent  tial tourist centres is serioasly  hampered.because the route to  such area's is,through uhprotec-  ' ted' sections; of coastal waters',  the installation ol minimal protective" works to* form; a harbour of refuge would be considered.'        %" ,    �� .  Jn line with' the -above, we  are now_ planning to consider  an item" for Sechelt, B.C., to  be included in our 1966-67 works  program. Detailed site investigations win be undertaken early this fall in order to firm up  cost estimates and'' designs,  vice facilities are considered  The project will consist of a  rubble mound breakwater and  dredged mooring area within  the lee of this structure. The  estimated cost is approximately $200,000. The provision of a  landing, floats and other serine responsibility of local interests, in accordance with the a-  hove Cabinet decision. Further,  should there be land required  other than that now owned federally, this of course; would also have to be provided locally.  Wed., Aug. 25/1965    Secnel. Peninsulo Times ; Poge 9  * ft ,- * ~   v    ; �����        n.       -i   - t t r W- / ,.  Buddy'JohnSOlf   *   7V8-30 p.m. from,The Most Pun*  and his grandmother, .Mrs.* S2_lJr^r^ ^ iwW  Rose Johnson, Vancouver, B.C. S^oSl i nJZJ?  Also survived by,,'his uncle-,, - fjasses TouIdf *J Preferred.  aunts�� .and "cousins."'Prayers ,Harvey Funeral Home, direct-  were held Friday,-August-20-at;- ors:  Steel Septic Tanks  Plastic Drain & Sewer Pipe  from 2"-4  Plumbing Supplies & fixtures  We Offer  a comprehensive  r  range of equipment  and accessories.  PENINSULA PLUMBING LTD.  Phone 886-9533 Gibsons, B.C.  Your Kemtone & Sherwin Williams Paint Dealer  wm0mmiwiwi*m0*im0>r<mniim0i*m*y*i*vmiviim��*��twi.wvm*Mwi��*<mrwuir*v*v*vvvvv*v*��f  Keith Head came to visit his  -parents in his recently-acquired Aeronca 7-A.C. It seats two,  one behind the other. He is able  to enjoy many hours of flying  as this machine is very economical to operate.  Larry   Clarke   from   Seattle  .Flight Service and his brother  ���Bill were flown here in a Cher-'  okee  to retrieve their  sunken  boat  "Shirlee  ll"  at  Garden  Bay.  Mr. N. Adams, flying a "Hil-  EED A  EW or USED  TRY  SECHELT; kC.  Ph. 883-2111  - T��d Forewell  Ier" helicopter, landed) to refuel his tanks. He was carrying his own fuel, not being a-  ware that fuel and a telephone  were availabe here.  Many pilots know of the Se-  chelt-Gibsons Airport as a circle on their maps but have no  ��� id^^^at^the^art^a,, has to of- ,,  '"'fer.' ;f|wre,i|iu^many' ways" to  remedy this but the most effective is to hold a ''fly-in'*.  The Elphinstone Aeroclub  had planned to put on a "Fly  in and oyster-feed" but immediately ran into the problem  of parking at least 30-40 planes.  Once this problem is; overcome with the co-operation of  the Aeroclub and service clubs,  together with the business com-'  niunity, this could become an  annual event attracting many  people from as far afield as  California: These events also  -interest many people who do  not fly, especially if, a flying  display is org-anized at the  : same time7 ',7'7  OLUMBIA  IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THE INAUGURATION  OF SERVICE  Of ithe  M.V.'POWELL R8VER QUEEN'  ���VvV,.  la^liw nSjS -!B^l^,^>Mi(S-61UBf��S��flB.-+19��*lrW,S��*i5li  THE PENINSULA'S MOST EXCITING  ANNUAL EVENT IS HERE AGAIN.  PLAYDAY ON HORSEBACK  RACES - JUMPING- GAMES  SUNDAY, AUGUST 29th  11:00 om. to 4:00 p.m.  NOTE! NEW LOCATIOH  ^���'V-vTo'lieheld aft the  1*m��*n**i*��h|sf^  *#*  This hew ship is the first* of its class to csnter the ferry service,  replacing the "Jervis Queen*' to ���*erve Sunshine Coast resi��*  dents between Saltery Bay and Earl Cove. She has an overall  length of 207 feet and will carry 240 passengers and up to  50 automobiles. Existing schedules remain in effect.  1  f .1  KARAT-EN TRAILER PARK  THE S-BEND, GIBSONS  SPECTATOR  Adult* 50c -r* Children Under 12 - 25c  Programme 10c  ���   805*933*4  s��iW**-iS*C*��ii����S��,��M*t ti��aMWIHue��M-��W��T *** <�����***+���<* M  BRITISH COLUMBIA  TOLL AUTHORITY  nmx SYSTEM  *��la*Virt����WI.*W��WW*.W*'***i�� <&&'mWto!'M&'<&># *��*��JW>��M1W51|*< WhuMWSpWW fWWt��'*��  jtyime.rwr.tuta.ftxmaiils'ifrif  FOR INFORMATION CAlXs  POWELL RIVER  487-9333  LANGDALE  086-2372  ���\ v 1  ���ijt ���  7 '.,,  7  ',1     t<  '   ,(2v  !���' V.  '7   '<���"  '    3'  > <  *-*,  It   <H  ii   I  ^^u^^;  *-t<0'  Page 10- Sechelt Peninsula Tinms    Wed., Aug. 23,1965  v  ^ j  >'*!  /-  TJ  - W   i "f '  ,..,��,        *      ^      V I*-. ��H ^^hk  \  **wv*   f.    <<V *VlX>A  \��  '7 *�����   *  *^ ��� *��� ' *. >  4^r\ -1 U.w.j.-.^ J * .     "4  H'y'\  W-i   *"  ���,1  BUSINESS DIRECTORY  }<.-.4. ** J  a"  Family reunion  FIVE SISTERS celebrated a brief family reunion at the  home of Mi", and Mrs. 0. Korgen of Sechelt on Sunday, August 15. The occasion also commemorated 40  years in religion for Sister Mary Redempta of St. Joseph's Convent, Hamilton, Ontario. Pictured here standing are Mrs. Ann Darnell, Guelph, Ontario; Sister Mary,  and Mrs. Joan Korgen. Seated, Mrs. Fred Holland, Vancouver and Mrs. T. Mulligan, Sechelt:          Roberts Creek News  ���by Florence McSavaney  MANY PEOPLE have been wondering if the school, proposed to be opened by ME Barker,7 is actually going  ahead. The latest advice is that the school will open  September 16, with Mrs. F. West and Mrs. Arthur lisch  as teachers.  . The school will be located in  the house on the old farm just  east of'.the Sechelt Campsite.  This will give the children nice  roomy grounds for recreation,  and with a central location as  this, is within driving distance  of any part of t���e lower Peninsula. Further information could  he obtained from Mr. G. Van  Der Meeberg.  Mr. O.  W.  McKinnon of the  Lower  Road  caught  a   'really  big' one the other day. A little  too early for the Salmon. Derby, but we were informed it  tiped the scales af 59 lbs. It  is doubtful if any of the winners on Sunday will be as big.  Various, clubs will be getting  underway shortly and the Players Club held their first; meeting of the season on Sunday,  A\ig. 22nd. , ���    '  One meeting to keep in mind  will be the Unitarian meeting,  Wdson Creek notes  ^By Mabel Wagman  SUMMER holiday visitors���Mr... and Mrs. Tommy Sinclair of Davis Bay have had a steady flow of visitors, consisting mostly of families, from Vancouver  with more to come this week. Also, Helen and Tommy  have, been asked to b�� godparents to Tommy's nephew's  two children, Brenda Urquhart, three years' old and  Darryl Urquhart, four months old. Christening to be  held in the Burnaby Church, Sunday, August 29,1965.  '    .Visiting at the home of Sam     ��� ������-���: ������-������--  i MftM'ftaMtWtatm^ltifsH  yzt::  and Kaye Moore recently were  Mrs. G. Tarriagl from, Rutland  and    Mr. Tj_motsui..i7_^amagV]  , Xrofn Montreal.  George and Mnude Kraft and  their son Gordon from Ed mon-  7ton were guests at the homo  i of Mr., and Mrs. John Brown*  ; Jng before leaving for Victoria  'where they plan to visit their  ' son Martin, a '' .',,,"'.' i'--'7'-.,  Ileccr,' guests at Ihc home of  i Mr, nnd Mrs. Harold .Roberts  , were their son Les)lc and wife  -Gertie from Penticton \yho also  v had a ^tended trip to Powell  1 River, then on over to Vancouver  Island,, Also  visiting   are  grandson Jack, wife Vclma and.  family from South Rurnaby.  SHOWER  PLANNED  Mrs, Harold Roberts plans to  Attend a wedding shower In  honor of Lynda [,uckcn, dauRh* !  tcr of Mr, and Un, Harry Luc-  ,ken of &', Burnnby, , ��.,,.;  ",' Wedding bellH will soon bo  ringing1 for Gary Morrlc and  Lynda on  September 4,  1965,  FROM ENGLAND  A recent visitor to Mrs. Dor*  ,'olliy" Erickson was her cousin  ' Mrs, FJorn Medio from En��-  land who has had an extensive  stay* In  Vancouver  and  tour-  j Ing Vnncouvcr. fHlnnd', Callfor*  nla, Oknnngan Valley and tho  \ rcnimmln,   Mrs,   Peach   Dun-  to be held September i$th at  Roberts Creek. Dr. Brock Chisholm has been invited to speak  at this meeting, which should  bring out a good attendance, as  Dr. Chisholm is well known  both in this country and the  United States.  Another new venture which  is still in the planning stage,  but which -will*itts all�� likelihood  get started shortly is a golf  course. This will be private  club and opeh to members only, but is something that quite  a lot of people have wanted to  see in the^.arca for spme.^me.  We wili no doubt be hearing  more of this at a later date as  some of the proposed members  have bad a meeting this week  to formulate plans.  Although there are many  new people coming into the  area? ancj new ventures ��� started,  we also-lose some of -our -old  friends occasionally. One who  will be greatly missed by all of  her friends at the Creek is Miss  E. A. Dawson, who has finally  decided that she would like to  take life easy and has gone to  Vancouver to live in St. Judes  home for elderly ladies. Miss  Dawson made her home at Roberts Creek .since 1947, when  she oame with her sister to  live in the cottage which was  her home until leaving it last  week. Miss Dawson is nearing  her ninetieth year, but is still  active and kept at least a part  of her garden in order, There  was always a mass of blossoms  in th<> front yflrd. It is also  only a few years ago that Miss  Dawson attempted to scare off  some bears from her apple,  trees, but finally had to call  for, reinforcements to dispatch  theim so that she wns free to  come and go in her own yard.  field,    Vancouver    hostess    to  Airs;   McCue,   who   was   very      ...     ���  active ..during the irid World',,,���, ^lss DaW!ion W presented  War with thc St,  JohnsV, Am  bulance Corps, fire watching  and assisting evacuees from  'London to the'country,  Scenery of Howe Sound Pen*  '���; Insula was the finest scene on  with a"handsome leather hand*  bag by the Community Asociia*  \tlon in Tremembrance of, the  many years she had faithfully  attended meeting in both good  and bad weather, We all wii?h  her  many  more happy  years  ���the various tripsi made by the, in her new Hfo7  visitor, ALsb, leaving the community.  Visiting at thc home of Pearl Js.Mrs, Grace Currlo; who has  and Stan Tyson Sr. at Mission sold her bomb on Beach Ave.  Point were Bud and Irene Mc* and will live In Vancouver for  Donald; from North Vancouver, the present. '  C &H. SWANSON Ltd.  Septic Tanks and Drain fields  Backhoe and PtantJEiidT���  Loader Work  " Sclre^ncd Cement Gravel  Fill and Head Gravel  Phono 885-9666  ' /Box 172-Sechelt  ���������W^-_wii_��iii.II_i-��i ii*-. i mm+m  m w-iii-w ��� ii-imi-i-i���  1 ���*  Marine Supplies Service  GARDEN BAY  BOATWORKS  A^ofAPiSTEXimor  BOAT REPAIRS  Gorden Bay, B.C.  Pjhone 883-2366  Scows ���- Logs  SECHELT TOWING  & SALVAGE LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving  & Log Towing  L. HIGGS  Phcipe 885-9425  Phone 885-2062  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Electrical Contractors  Appliances - Electric Heat  Phone 885-2062  Mortgage Money  for New Construction  or Older Homes  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  Suririyaiest Shopping Centre  '���Gijb.6ja.77.-,7V.:; 7     886.3481  TREE FALLING  TOPPING OR REMOVING  LOWER LIMBS FORVIEW.  Insured work from Port "Mellon  to Pender Harbour  PV SERVICES LTD.  -Phone 886-9946  and 886-9615  ;tlNGI,EYS  SAtE$r��t4SE^|(;Ej-  for alt vbur heating 1  - \ * requirements ;f  r7  4 Oil Coi'tl Finance Pl<arts  C. E. (Cal) Tingley   >  Box No. 417, Sechelt^  885-9636 ��� 885-9332  ELECTR^CLEAN^^  ^Uphblstery,Clearilng   ,  ��� Carpets - Furniture - f  for���appointmertt ,  Phone 886-9890  HALL - METAL  General Sheet Metal  HEATING-DOMESTIC  COMMERCIAL - INDUSTRIAL  Phone 885-9606  Frank E. Decker  OPTOMETRIST  .    Bdl Block  Gibsons t  ;., E^yery ^ediiesdby^ ,   ,  886-2166  PENINSULA  BUILDING SUPPLY  a"The House With A Heart"  .V:.,&i:Jy..CoidWfil,V^f^rie.tipf     ;  Box 97 - Sechelt. B.C.  Phone Sechelt 885*9669  WATER SURVEY  *      SERVICES !  Complete Water System Service  L. C. EMERSON  sechelt 885-9510  Insured Blasting  PORPOISE BAY WATER TAXI  Serving the Community for  IS years '  FREIGHT - PERlSONNEl  Scenic Tours Arranged    ��  HERB RUDOLPH  Phono 005-2020 - Socholt, B.C.  Wl��l��-��<��MI**lt*-,t*(-Wwa**W*|--*il��|^M^iia*M||i��wll^ll^^  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  *1  ��� This free reminder of coming events Is a service of  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD. Phono Sechelt Pcninsulq  Times direct for free listings; specifying "Date Pod",  Plcoso note thot space Is limited and some Advance dates  may have to wait their turn; also that this is a "reminder"  listing only and cannot always carry full details.  Aug. 2?���11;00 a.m. Playday on Horseback, Rear Sunnycrest Shopping Plaza,    7  A FEW CHOICE LOTS LEFT  TERMS7YOU BETI  H. Gregory 885-9392  ' Sechelt Agencies ltd. 885-2161  ^4tM-^��^*tNi4?-*j*M^ ttfM4su^��^i^iMiew%w��"^iwJ����rf(  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  REALTY and INSURANCE  Wharf Road , Phone 885-2161  LkfMV,v7��u-^ ���%����1rt!SSS!��t-a--k- A  3&***&  Wed., Aug. 25,1965  ,Sechelt-Peninsulo Times    Page It  - - ��� j- ���     i     ��� ��� i -a M.   - - - i-    ,-.-���' * _ 7.   -    -, - | - --    **  .r 1 6. .        *. ^     *V 1 J jt-7    ^  SecneiiASQcixit ndtet;  7 i  ^         ||L|.|_    ,     ^ ...      'I I      . IIIH���K.HI| - V*-^ "**.'"/ <-  With Your Neighbours  '���-"'**  SIRS. MABEL Waters,.has-been,  visiting her son and family,-  Mr. and Mrs. Syd Waters," here  from Vancouver. w *  3^s7~Helien~B6wcfleiv forme*;-~  ly of Pender Harbour,, and" now  ot Vancouver, has been visiting  Miss" Margaret Mclntyre and  Miss Jerry Jervis. Mrs. Bowd-  ler is" an old-time Mend of Sechelt when she was Miss Helen  Bidlake and visited with the  Urquhart'.family. -. ' 4  *~ Sergeant and Mrs. P.J Payee  and family  of; Richmond  are  lingsley ,< * Mr s, ��� J: ���* McC!tea_ and >  Mrs*.   Mary   Gray, "Mrs." N.  M_cWuu ���      .  , *   -  Visiting* Sechelt after a holiday inVUngJandr, ^Reverend and^  Mrs7w, Youngman of Vancoa-  ~ver-v With them, Mi?." A. "And-,  rews/ of- Gibsons* calling on a  Jew old friends*' Rev,  Young-  t matt" was at one time assisting!  Reverend'"Mr.  Oswald:  at St.  Hilda's Church.   ~    - -V--*   ���  Guests of Mr.- and Mrs. E. A.,  Louma, Secret Cove, Mrs/ C7  Reid of Lethbridge, Alta.yMjs>._  jgT    nere "on vacation.  Sgt.  Payre   R. Qpinteno,- -Miss Jean Jago, *  ���f^f   "was at one time on the Sechelt- and Miss Carla- Jago, ol Cal-"  detachment of the RCMP.  Was looking over the Garden of Remembrance of St. Hilda's'Church,-It is very beautiful with a seat for meditation  and rest under the trees. Suitably inscribed, visit the garden  gary,  Alberta.- Also  Mrs.  Ken  Harris?   Vancouver    and    Mr.  and Mrts.'W. ;Smith and daughter of South Burnaby.  Mrs. 'C. Reid����� .although 90  years, young arid extensively  travelled, ���s.woul&sHQt have mis_-  ed the trip tovtbe Peninsula'for  sometime.  Recent visitors from Calgary, anything in ^tbe. wKHjld,  Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gray with. At Highcroft the. T. Ivan H  j9 children Glen, Mary, Carol and Smith residence,  Mrs.  J.  Ed  Prizewinner ��������������*       r*i     ���i   <*---�������*v��, ��.*.��, ��x�����j, VW1W �������   ��������. ^o^^, a����. ���. ^  BEAJJTTEUI1 black Aberdeen* Angus heifer "Haysfield ?E the o���� ciaT" W   ?ordon' visiting Earl's mother   monds' North Vanco��ver. Mrs  Dollaau^/'owned byLynda Chamberlin and Alex i-TLumai ���ST the TJfc _��   JffL.Ma^ ^J"^^  Sky tee won the United Milling: Trophy for the best beef judging. The young* members  animal in the Open, Clas& at the Fall Fair held in* Gib- of the 4-H club had worked  sons, last Saturday.  Win& praise ,..  fikideen !itps heiier  4-B open class winner  SUPERINTENDENT pf Farmers' Institutes Mr. h. W:  Johnson    reminded* "those    attending:^  the   .opening ceremony of the Sunshine Coast F-dlTFair that the  first Fait Fait was. held* in* Gibsons in 192Q7        ^ *  Members of*the How., Sound. ���-���������^-���-������'���"  v.. v ; ' v.-. ���-��.-���  hard*on their animals bringing  them up to. show, standard and'  were highly* commended by tho  judge.  Winnecf ottfcte Often* Class��swas~  an?   Aberdeen?   Angus : heifer*  Dennis and family. Earl, was  a correspondent on the first  Peninsula. Times. Going from  there to the Vancouver Sun  and, then to tbe News Herald,  Calgary, is now editor of the  All^rta^DiL Weekly.  Mrs. E. SL Northcote: entertained a few friends for tea.  "Haysfield Dbllamure," owned*   Present were, from- Redcliffe,  Farmers' Institute formed the  first1 committee called the Gibsons    landing   and   ;Rober*s  Creek Fate Committee. .With the  exception of' the .year .192? fau's  were field'in, Gibsons from 1920  to 1932. There were no rurther .  fairs until* the year j9_l, then  another   gap   until"  1947;   and1  from that year fairs have been  held- amwally to  the- present  ���if-*6*  Mr.'Johnson  brought  greet- '  ings from,'.Minister: o��- Afericul- ��  hire  Frank   Richter   and  con-  gtatalated-the committee on the  success ot tho fair. ���     ,  ,  , In. the absence of' Fall Fair  Chairman Mr. Len Wray, Mr.  Alf   Clarke   introduced   chair-  main   of -���'���' the   Sechelt .������/���Village  Commission Mrs. Chr I s tine  Johhston;'<;''ichairniah^Qf Gibsons  Village   Commission- Mr,   AKj  Ritchey who welcomed''visitors.,.  to the 1965 fFalli lair,, and- with  the cuttingi of the; ribbon, A\m  Gibsons Mermaid Queen Miss  Jackie Tracey^ the fair was- oi-  ^fiiua^ly?s'dwla^7bl^v;'V;>,':;.; ,������;������ ������  A fine array oi exhibits conir  pletely filled the activity room  of. Gibsons, Elementary School  with, the home cooking and; domestic, science.. sections being  particularly Vpell represented.  Mr., G.   rtyuirhead,    district  joint^t?bys"Ale3KSkytte and l_yn*  da* Chamberhns amii shown' by?  Lynda-  All   tne!  4-H   calves   were  Aberdeen   Angus    a nd   AIOjc  Skytte   woir the  shbwmansttip;  award fbr the thard*year :n s^ip*  cession sa the -: trophy is now  pernjaiiently- his7 Eynda" was?  second; with* Sandra^ Parsons oF  West Sechelt third, and sister  K&rehf fourth.- Other 4-^H mem-  be_i    exhibitiniA were    Brent"  Rowland ofp Gibsorisi BillV Parsons of West Sechelt arid" Dianne" Goeson*; Selma Park.  These frne young calves will  next be shown at the PPIE  Agrodome. inflate September at  ac special 4-H. Rally.  AlbertaV'MfsfH;7riimhsori7Mrs7  K-. Johnson. From Vanc^uve  antb Debbie- of West, Vancouver.  Mrs. Ina Paterson of Vancouver, guest of Mrs. V. Clark of  Davis- Bay.  Steveu, Caron who. was spend-  . ing; the, - summer holidays with  Ms cousin; Mrs. FC "Frencn^  has left fer his home7in, Ladner.  '/';'^Nico*';to"'see;*'an"bid-4ijne  dent of Halfmoon BayTbacfc on  Mrs.   Harry   Billingsley,   and5  tbe PemnsulaVfor'*a~- visit, Mri3.  from Sechelt, Mrs. W- Bi Bil4   PktWelslr.  i*i(*iW!j����!;iu*v|.*��sl*!*i  T^W��**MiM*)ii(+**����*w". >  6IK(MI$S SERVICE  ....;���,,_   , |��hon��v886^572  August 27-29 . > .  jetibvah, s Witnesses  ,B^^onv��a1_ioB. date  THE SEMI-annual circuit assembly of Jehovah's Witnesses will be held in the Kerrisdale Arena, Vancouver, August 27-9. Attendance is expected to pass, the  -���7,,   ',.'   ���   ..;    1,500 mark.  Two local' Witnesses have. received .assignments, for. ihc  convention. Mr. Charles Mur-  1 ray will be in charge of tho  mass baptism, Saturday afternoon.  "Jehovah's.    Witnesses    take  tho 'step .of, totaL water lmmct>  ��� sion qs i symbol of having dedicated, their lives toi the service  of   God,',*   says   Mr.   Murray.  ��� "After an, extensive period of  ; pergonal    and .   congregational  ��� ministerial training, both, male  ' and.fcinala, .ministers' ai'e accepted   for   baptism   If   their  , lives are In accord witli Bible  ��� principles,"  Saturday, Mr, P, R. Rlsbcy,  , local   presiding; minister,   will  �� oi^on tiio tho evening, .sessions  witliu a program at, mm*, and  cKpcrlonccs. "Fully Embracing  .-��. Our. New* Way-o��. IdfcOL will bo  the day's, theme.  Since Ibo-majority oftbo con  Brcgatlon regularly attends  these instructive .conventlonn,  the meetings in tho local Kingdom Hall will be cancelled for  the week ending August 29,  1W  W' #i  __l '��� _r��� _S_I"mW  * v^at AHAFFiUBiSoirielhin^ for everyone cd^  i- !��!'6&sSeSthjftlnidwcty;.flie Miss PNE.  ���ontest��the.iShiine/Pl^(_%c^ ,  Sepfc 6), the-Sports Championships, the Fireworks ���cdl at PNE *65. The Farm comes-  to town ��� livestock and:Agrl- .  cultural'Shows.  AU'thei champs  are on display;.  See 4-H Club '���  activities ���  (Aug. 23-28),  THE NEW EMP1RELSTADIUM.SHOWI  The Racing, ArablcauOitmele,  .TVStarRlcl-  IiUle^the^bilaxloua  Gutia, the 3en.Huti  ChariotJIacQi anda-,  v 7>hostaf sonscD-.  \ tional acta.  requirements  Quality - Sorvico -, Economy  For Easy Budget Terms  Um Yeur SttEIOl CKEDBT CARD  or Apply for A Bank toon  More thwi. 0,000 Air. Cadot.s  havo boon taught to flyalnco  the Air Cndct IionRuo Intro*  duccd, pllotv training for senior  cadets in 1040,  AUGUST 21-SEPTEMBER 6 est  Pacific: National Exhibition =r  i i i i ,,  .���.���.��i.,i.,���������il,  #���**���** **** ^[y*
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Page 12    Sechelt Peninsulo Times    Wed., Aug. 25-1965
Fair practice . . .
deal locally policy
EXTREME caution is still being observed by trustees
of Scfiool^Distl-ict^Nor^-before reaching final de-
Round about the town
—By Ed Green
HISTORY teaches no lessons. Today the United States
is hell-bent on a course that any schoolboy with
even a smattering of history knows leads to nothing
but disaster.
Exoert advice
HELPING three little girls choose a book in the Sechelt J« «£«£ ™***to
Library is Miss Judy Sigoum who has been working cent *He said the time bad
in the library during the summer months on a volun- come   to   break   away   {rom
tary basis. Judy, who has been a great help to librarian Great Britain and handle their
Mrs. D. R. Barclay, is an honor student at Elphinstone 0wn affairs. They did not re-
Higli School. Frequent visitors to the library are Debbie, gard the British as tyrants, of
Cindy and Cathy MacLean, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. even  benevolent  rulers.  They
Tan MarT,pan of Roberts Creek were grateful for the help ar.d
lan Macbean oi ttoperts ^iee*.  __ _ guidance the British had givea
them but felt that now was the
time for them to be on their
own. Hunger, he said, was the
driving force.
There*%was y noj7enough woik
for the thousands who poured
out of the fever-ridden iungles
and partial starvation._ was
common, even among those
who did get work. In order to
keep him on the job until the
fresh water'tanks were topped
off he was given a more than
substantial meal from the galley. He ate it is if there was no
tomorrow. A barber who came
aboard would do nothing until
he got something to eat. The
cabin boy in the crew's quarters, in more than a joke than
anything, dumped all the le't-
overs, from the dining room
table, half pancakes, pieces r-l
bread, meat; all, the scraps,
even; to emptying the tea and
coffee cups into the mess. The
unfortunate man ate it all with
the savagery of a starving man.
Later, irl a visit to a native
village deep in the jungle, a
conversation with the chief was
most revealing. He said he
didn't want any of the white
Carried away by her own
• delusions1 she blithely Ignores
the stark patterns set by former great powers, Great Britain, France, Germany and
even the smaller, but very potent ones, Belgium and Holland. But, self mesmerized by
her riches and seemingly inexhaustible resources she eventually hopes to emerge as the
Big Brother to the world. In
this she will ignominiously fail
for she does not know what the
aforementioned nations know,
po race of people, especially negroes Or Asiatics; j "want a big
brother who holds the purse
strings and tries . to change
their way of life.
In the glorious days of her
vast empire, Great Britain
shamelessly exploited every one
hard over long hours for so little pay; barely enough to buy
them something to eat. They
were sullen, broody but when
the white overseer shouted at
them the fires of rebellion and
hate filled their eyes.
The native situation was the
same in Durban, Natal where
the once proud Zulus worked
cargo under the lashing tongue
of a white overseer. When
their shift was ended thev jlin-
ed up and filed past a car
Where a white;m,an, of course,
paid 'litem vfith a few coins.
As ^iey shuffled slowly by}
staring dully at the coins in
their hands, they halted momentarily before one of their
own kind who . picked a few
coins out of their hands as Ins
commission  for   getting   them
cision regarding insurance of school hoard property.
Insurance consultant of the
BCSTA will examine policies
and the recent appraisal of
buildings-_an4_eguipment owned by the District before~the-
board approves recommendation of taking Advantage of
tbe 90 per cent coinsurance
clause as a means or reducing
insurance rates. (>
When a decision has, been
reached, tenders will be called
for insurance of- school property, but the board inaicated
that it will maintain the policy
of dealing with local business
establishments within a" certain percentage difference.
Mrs. Peggy Volen reported
that the third bulletin is' we'l
underway and 3,000 copies are
being prepared for distribution.
Mr. Kay Chamberlin, assistant
secretary-treasurer, remarked
that Mrs. Volen, Mrs. M. West
and her daughter were to ba~
commended for all tho time
given in the preparation of the
buletins. ——^_^__^____^
Mr. Chamberlin has been appointed supervisor of transportation, '"'whicb7 is7° 'going''.'"to" '-'o%	
somewhat of a problem at the
commencement- of the school
term. It was disclosed at tho<
meeting that only Roberts
Creek School addition witi be
ready for occupancy when
school commences.
Chairman Mr. J. Horvath
commented that no decision
could be reached until completion dates of new additions
could be given. In the case of
the West Sechelt Annex if the
delay is only a week it wouid
be treated in Gibsons.
__jj^rustees were somewhat
amazecTwfien-a-ietter was read
from a Bowen Island summer
resident who resides perm an*
ently in West Vancouver re*
questing refund of travelling e*>
Jpensbs for his child to attend
sumhVer school in West Vancouver. Tbe applicant stated
that as a , taxpayer "in School
District No, 46, he should receive consideration. The board
does not provide summer schuol
Two   resignations   were   received from Mrs. M. Ball former school trustee and representative of Schtboi'District 46'
on the Coast Garibaldi  Union.
Board of Health.  Mrs'.   Leslie
Jackson agreed to accept this -
office for the  balance of Uw'
Mr. N. R. Weitzel who was
to teach grades 3-4 at Madeira
Park Schc-oLJojimd^Jt^necessary
to resigtt-bwing to ill health,
-:':MOREfeA8pUT'T^'''r"^«y;-- -*^-
Sechelt council
from page 1—
ble thing to do.
Coun. Gordon expressed tho
oponion that the council was
the biggest business in the district.
Earlier in the tirade Lan.
emphasized tbe fact,that an/
more such open reports in thc
press and there would be no
more press, period. This statement was retracted somewhat
be   preferable   to   extend  th-i when Coun. GOrdor) asked if be
holiday for the pupils concern- wj*s moving for suppression of
ed rather than establish shift the press.        0
classes to accommodate them. a— - • •
orwhat she was pleased;to call^^ ways nor any of his gad*
4** *iW*^Wirt>»r5
li rt  •*    -
'dr >
it W«lt*lMlS**>t"*#i»<*i-4'
her colonies. But, if sbe took
liohes out she pourod much of
them back in and what is more
important she made veify- effort to teach the naitiv,fes self
government; She did not! smother them With what today -;Ve
call "forpign aid" but taught
them to, be self reliant and develop their own resources. Despite great/advances n't a de, by
these policies the colonies were V
a constant drain on Britain's
resources and two great wa^s
left the once mighty Albion so
weak that it wj»g no longer
possible to hold her colonies,
She could no longer maintain
the armed and civil forces so
riecessary to stable government
so she granted ntost of her
c o 1 o n 1 /> s independence and
gracefully withdrew.
Britain's momentous dccljslon
was not an expedient Even If
site had retained the financial
stability, to hold and support
her , colonies she -, knew t ho
winds of change wero In .the
air. The era of the white man
was drawing to a close In, her
far 'flung colonics, That .''bid
cliche, "The natives aro rest*
less tonight," often said In Jest
was lonly half true; thoy were
I'cstlcss by day too. It was^no
jest. It was deadly serious,
During World War II this writer was in Bclra, Portugese
East'' Africa, outlet port for
XJrltlflh Rhodesia, Naturally the
cargo was being worked by
natives, hiigo, wcll-muxclcd nt"
Broes who worked tirelessly un*
der the burning aun over the
Indian Ocean., In convcreatlonij v1,
with, them during ' rest periods
they wero all omphalic that the
tlmo had come for a change
ond they resented working' m
until they were at liberty to
buy what little food they could
with what was left. They ,a*e,
their few mealies in a field
neiar the dOck arid then rolled
up and went to sleep.; Tomorrow they would start again.
They too were bitter and resentful. They remembered the
glorious days of their great
leader T'Chaka and hl3 mighty Impls (armies) who had
slaughtered thousands and
wished for those days, again
with the white man on the a-
ceiving end; and, they openly,
said so.^ ,'■;',; |.|'-'-7;' , ■,,77,'..,, ,,' , ,'
At Takoradi, British Guinpa,
perhaps better known as the
Gold Coast, but now the independent state of Ghana; Uw"
natives were openly resentful
and talked rebellion. All car*
rled long, sharp knives, half
concealed but ready to hand.
One of them, a water tender
on the,dock, woro polisbc^ glas-j Vto be;true
gets. Life, for them, he said,
was most uncomplicated. H',3
young men did the hunting and
his women looked after the
fields and gardens and rriado
lots of pombe (beer with a
built in blast). He, and i many
other chiefs' wanted the white
man to stay away, and leave
them "alone.:.,-':
By now it should be evident
that the African negro wants
norte of the white man. Tho
Asiatic Is no different. The r
world is not our world; and
neyer will be. We can no more
change their ways '..than,/ \ve can
change their color. Great Britain tried over the centuries
and failed. The United States
will fare no better. Their money will buy nothing but con*
tempt.' They lack the European
gift of ruling and even theso
masters did not wholly succeed, History has proven this
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