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 ''It  /*, "   *  Servtng>he SunshineCoost,(HoWsound~td^ervts,lnre.VTncliidln^Por^Me^flopkfps Undlpg^Grqnth^ ^rtsCreek^M.^^M A^'^CVolume2,N6^35 * \ $,  ���0~m r     Wilson Creek, Selmo'Pork, Sechelt, Haifmoon Boy/Secret Cove] PendV Hdrbqur/Mod^ro Pork-,Kleind.|e, frvwe'��Land/ng, Earl Cove, Esmonf if ^WEDNESDAY,* AUG. 18, 1965   lQ-ft /|  <._���-��     ���*#* '" IX-i- iiw.**ii���W^^��H-<��-i-.wi nuWi���--I���.I--..I1-HII mi  |.|iH--)-���ii"HF-*H-��-i|il��Hi*il-ili*-i.Hii   ^i*|lii*^_iii.i*M||--*wil^^ri-����l-^-����-%i_-.*-*^liwpi-i����iW.�� I  ������i  ii   ���     linn-     IIII.1.���.--.II���-i.ii..Mi*-.i������.���������I---I������     ��� I'   ��������������������������-I -���������������h���i��� -f  ��* C3  "K 33  M ttt  3_ >   *  t-t      ���  O 4*  HI  O 58 3  I"* >���   O  A  ft   ,/^r?;��� J    -  1/  iTi.'!,  August 21st ���,. .       ;  r entertainer  Fair attrdctioi]  ���m'WVi* ,*- -T/'   7**7   *^\~   '      "   'r   l7 " "��� *' Y"    ;/    ;'7|  ' * ^RECORD number of entries Jjemg received J>y the Sun-' J  ^7V shke.Clo^st'Failf Fair committee'indicate that this-^  I , year wjir Surpass all previous events/ Exhibits willre-  ���*  present just ibbut every hobby on the Sunshine Coast  i_v_and_manylnoveLattractions-have been^dded4o jprovide-  further interest, especially Alberta Slim and his trick  liorse Kitten.>  ���" ^������  "*'  'The Fair will be officially  opensd Jat 7 p.m. on Friday,  August 20th at Gibsons Ele*  raentary School. Participating  in tbe opening ceremony will  be Mr. t,. W. Johnson, superintendent of Farmers Institutes,  yictoria; Mrs. Christine Johnston, -cbairjnan of1 the Sechelt  Village Commission; Mr. Alf  Ritchey, chairman of the Gibsons Village Commission and  Miss Jackie Tracy, Gibsons,  Mermaid Queen for/1965.  Exhibits will be on display  from 7 to, io p.m. on Friday  and from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. on  Saturday. Bingo games will be  in progress on Friday and Saturday.  Presentation of awards will  take place at 8 p.m. 'en Saturday in the Activity Room of the  School, when - the following  prizes will be presented: Coast  News,. Silver Tray���grand aggregate award: Royal Bank of  Canada Silver Rose Bowl���aggregate cut flowers: Eldred's  Flower Shop. Reeves Memorial  crystal vase, aggregate domestic science. Hudson's Bay Co,  JL-td. (wholesalejh-Tier serving  plate, aggregate home cooking.  Singer Sewing Centre ��� Two  sewing baskets, Aghan (188),  band knit socks (245). Don's  Sbotf fStore-35.00 gift certificate, hand embroidered picture (375). Small Trophy ���  junior aggregate.  Board of Trade Trophy���Family competition, special (260)  Powell Riverv Queen  THE FERRY Powell River-Queen, Veen here while be-  Iiocalallilete  MlRichmond  MISS [Edna Naylor, of * Roberts  *   Creek-^has- been Chosen ~ by*  ..       the selection eommitte'e<Vof the  ^7.1*7.'. JB��cn Track and Field Assbcia-  ���i^ "tion ��tOj*- compete ^in  the ^B.C.  n>K4.  team  of  javelin  throwers   at  JMinoru   Park,    Richmond^ oa  August 21.     -   .        , l  The B.C. athletes will be in  competition* with the best * athletes from Washington, Edna  who is" the daughter ' of Mr.  and Mrs. W. J. Naylor has recently won two silver medals  and is improving her distance  at every meet.  Crossed lines  ii raxvni ruweu luver-^ueen, seen nere wnue ue- j         "   1_~  ing launched, will have its inaugural-ceremonies at C-_.11S6-1 IBlStlclD  Saltery Bay Aug. 25 at IT a.m. Officiating will be the _            l. ��� .*\F  Howe-Sound Co-operative Can-    Hon. W. A. G. Bennett, -Premier^ of .British.;Columbia. He  rung Cup���Canned mixed vege-    will arrive in Powell VR.iver-.the previous night.  table (85). United Milling Trophy���Lamb (322). Mrs. Gwen  Fretter���two certificates $2.50,  hand carved wood article (277)  and any article not classified  (248). Fuller Brush men's products���Aggregate men's division. Buckerfjelds���twenty 5 lb.  bags whole "Wheat flour, distributed amongst .home cooking  and junior home cooking sections.  August 29th . -'. .  Experienced show judge  lor Horseback Playday  Draw for the raffle will follo,v  the   awards   presentation,   1st  ruwcr oiviy. neeves memorial    ~nri-v   ����nn    9nA   ftntnn   s^a  , Trophy-aggregate .flower  de-   g* **g |S "SSfmSS   .����������������������  -cor^tioR^ Bank of* Montreal HV^SSS%s��S  ^ r" a^^ v   ^w*^ mainland' aDd  ih&  Silver; Plate���aggregate   vegei ^^   *'     " 7    ?   jankers of'the^annual Gibs  table, Division C. - .  -     "'  Country   life   Magazine���two    Bank Ol Montreal  subscriptions, one,, for poultry,  PLAYDAY: pn Horseback.will be judged, this year by  a wett-khown figure in show circles who has many  years of. experience both as a judge'and participant.  Miss fBernice   Ramsay   has -��� -,-Y  one foe waterfowl, Eatons Mail  i.OtgfS^4i.tHi gift certificate,  crochet table cloth; $4.00 gift  certificate, aggregate in photography.  Eddy's Nursery���$2,50 certifi*  cate^ ^ut flower arrangement.  David Hunter Nursery ��� $5,00  certificate, presentaUon basket  (No. 30). Canadian Forest Pro*,  ducts, Ltd.���five $3.00 certificates, Indian sweater (J256),  hand carved wood (287), scarecrow ' (283), styffed toy (265),  dressed doll (280). T. Eaton Co.  Ltd. ��� $5.00 certificate, ladies  hand knit suit (ISO). Shop Easy,  Scchelt���Anchor glass serving  set, root vegetables (57),  Peoples Credit Jeweller ��� cut  new appointment  G. H. Goertzen has been ap-  ��� pointed accountant^in-charge  of the Bank of Montreal's Pender Harbour office. He succeeds A. R, J. ��� Fromholdt, who  moves to the bank's Marine  Building branch in Vancouver.  Mr. Goertzen was born in  Winnipeg. He joined the B of  M in Victoria in 1965 nnd later  served at Gibsons and at, Ker-  risdale branch In 'Vancouver,  where he was - appointed assistant accountant in 1960. In 1962,  he was , named accountant of  another office In Vancouver  and since 1963, he has been accountant at the Hotel Vancouver branch,  U66U  judged numerous shows on the  or- -  ganlzers of'the"annual Gibsons  event- feel,her.,experience jwi'-l  prove a tremendous rasset  to  the show. -       J    ���  .Lions share of .the.prizes was  won , last year by, the ridei-s  of the Malaspina ' Guest. Ranch  and their sportsmanship was  such that it is with the greatest pleasure the saddle cluo  learns they are to enter again  this year.  This year the Gibsons-Sechelt  area is faced with such formid- '  able competition as Mr. William "Peters' registered Appa-  loosa Stallion "High Brandy."  1 Both horse and rider are highly  skilled in all events, and *he  horse trained to both English  and Western riding. High  Brandy is also a veteran of  many horse shows.  Another formidable contender  is a registered Appaloo-ja gelding, owned and ridden by Gordon McKee. ,  Mr. Ed Mcldrvim will he out  -In full forco to defend the honors of tho Gibsons area, with  Free_ieke��fdh  SecKell Theatre  THREE tickets to the Sechelt  Theatre are warded free  each week to the holders of the  three lucky numbers, selected  each week and distributed, one  in each of three advertisements  within the pages of The Times'.  , Look carefully " if you find  your number just drop in to  The Times office and pick up  your ticket to any performance.  EDWARDS Charles Laukkanen  of Powell*River, appealed ba-  fore Magistrate "Charles Mittle-  steadt, itr.'Sechelt last' Thurs7  dap, Charged^ with driving Avitfr*  qut' due-care'" and attention:  Charge arose following, an  accident on Highway 101, "August 7 du to the reckless driving of Laukkanen who was reported to have, passed ,1 number of cars, crossing back and  forth "over a double white solid  line. 3  Found guilty as charged, he  - was fined $75 and $3- costs.   '  ~ IMPAIRED  .1. Seen to be* driyrag- at^Pender  -Harbour in. an erratic mannar,  Frank    Campbell    of    Garden  Bay, was stopped and found to  be "impaired.  Appearing before Magistrate  Andrew Johnston last Saturday,  he; was fined $200 and S7.50  costs.  TAX CHARGE  J. R. Northrup of Madeira  Park, also came up before  Magistrate Johnston and was  fined $200 and costs for failure  to submit payroll returns.  August 22nd . . .  Annual wafer sports  promise lively event  ���JfflW'BSiBW-W iHW%l(W��^R**'Bl����>��*p *#J*1*��i��l*��'  GALA ANNUAL event, the Gibsons Firemen's Water  _..���,  ...-. . Sports takes place Sunday, August ?2, Commencing  August 25th . * , dan McKee. at 1 p.m. at the municipal beach, Gibsons, and prbmk  *-*��� ������ ��.._j-u.u-:��'..4irii.��,.   ses an excellent afternoon's entertainment for young  and old alike.   '   \     .  ���    ���.. ...    v,   ..*.-.   nt Donations from businesses and organizations have  the riders from his TLlttlc Bit,, m d6 possible numerous trophies, cups and cash prizes,,^  Jn,^ 'wi.h hff Jtfnnd ��_v ����*M��S awards for first, second and third winners in  S^cr%7co$m^nTh^ toeyeSts. Ribbons will ^W"^--*^  Costume Class. Ed and Marty on display at the ptore next to the Gibsons Barber Shop.  ,AM/,.tl1���lin .,��� , Meldrum with their horses Wnv- The big fishing derby will again be a major attrac-  LONG-AWAITED replacement of the old Jervis Queen   chief and,Tanha participating tion with a rod and reel going to the largest fish, There  Is scheduled to take place next Wednesday, August   In tho -more skllicdi* events ��v will also be a hidden weight mystery prize in this con*  25 at Saltery Bay with the inaugural rup of the,Powell   long \vltli Mr. Dave Tattrlo on test. ,  Rlugo. A concession stand will bo in operation which it is  For   the   Junior   Jumping , felt will relieve parents from the chores of transporting  event there will be such enthu- food. Entertainment Is all free but members recom-  slastlc competitors as Colleen mend a rug or blanket for added comfort,  !Juf.by *,on ?1omft1n^h��0^ tW Judges for the diving events will be Mr. Lon Wray,  n^tMngTvent InWoh0haSv��e , ^111^' ^ swlmmin6 ins^CtrCSS MisS D��U*  lftn1' from Wilson Creok  in*    S^l HVingSlono. ' , ,    , ,  River Queen. Premier W, A, C. Bennett will officiate at  tho acceptance ceremony,  The Premier ��nd Mrs, Bon*  nott nro expected to arrive in  Powell River tho previous day  whoro thoy will meet with various officials nt a. Auppor,'Thiri  will bo followed by an open*  io*th*0'Public reccplion later in  the evening,  Guests at tho Inauguration  ceremony will ho taken for ��  rldo In Powell River Qucou  nround the Snllcry Bay aroi,  before vgolng Into sorvico as ;i  training  quarters, v  Tho cver-actlvo Powoll River  Chamber of Commerco, concof*  ncd At tho number of cars lett 0thor  voteran  of  horsoshows,                            ,. ,   t  behind on tho Comox*PowcH W- owned by Mrs^ A. 0. Stanley year present the trophies,  vcr run, urgwt tho llori.Ph,!! clarko, and rlddon by Jncqal      Tho committee is endeavoring to lino up other en-  Qaglardl to institute .in oxum sheppard,   formally   ot   tho tortaimenta   ini order   to   ensure   a   smoother,   more  dally mn unUlv tho ond of tho nan0y   Riding   Centre.   Stovo interesting program. ,  tourist, season, prlco  with hlsi  maro  ''Star"         Derby Winners should bo known by 2:30 p.m. and  nnd on completion of tho cero*      Prompt decision was mndo l*y arid t\ number of other saddla the final draw about 4:30 p.m., Immediately following the  monies, tho new vosboI will go    Mv, (M, T, Mlard, deputy mini* club members and their mount q Inst-event '"'���������                                                        .                .  Into immediate servlco, on tho    ster of!highways last Thursday, will bo on hand'to compete In          puv,in"rt rUrhv tlrki��t<-. mav bo obtained from ��nv  Jervis Inlet run. ���           '          wltlfthennnofemollt that tlio nil events,                   7 f.    ���?,  J ,j!r5L' ^B^aB^o^TA^lni  Tho Jorvls Queon, formerly   Comox Queen would make four Programa will! bo puvchascd *Jromanj:-n\w^are���'���^wmo^js  Iho^^bun^de^rby ^and  The^ DalnbrldKo   l^benK pro.   trips' daily   starting   Friday, ��t the gato for 10c and thero WOlgMn will bo at Smlttlos BCHtf.Rentals, at 2 p,m.  sen JI 2  ho Royal ��                                 Labor Day will bo a luoky program draw,        t^ull program of ovents will bo found in this copy  Soa Cndols ami win bo beached    weekend,                              ; for a $10 cash prUo, of The Times,                                                7               .  ->  ^�� ���  %  4.  ���I  4  I  7  /  ��<vt ���*>"%���;-��,.���,���. *.  ��,  1  MllU**��*fl|��M ������tftfJi ->*���-f-kM.*--  ^(M-.-fr,iBV*ll*^^it'J^*Bt*'--viK��i    ****  ,.-t     << ,,*    \ *   vi\t   -*> Al WJ_5i�� ,V��� VyX,      f- b-?-"*V" ���*���      *_��� *V ��"iT *W<��-;   - _t    w ���> *E  Page 2      Sechelt Peninsula Times      Wed., Aug. 18,1965    F0R RENt, Continued, -f OR SALE (Continued) UGAL NOTICES,  y0mnmmmmmrmmmmmmmmmmmmrmmmmmm  Telephone 885-9654  ^Published' Wednesdays by the  Sechelt  Peninsulo  Times Ltd.,  ot  Sechelt, B.C.  "Gross Circulation T450 copies  Classified Advertising Rates:  3--Ltne AdBriefs (15 words)  One Insertion _���85c  Three^insertions 1.70  Extra'lines (5 words) 15c  Box Numbers, 25c extra  If paid before publication, a discount of 25c per AdBrief is allow-  ed.V iSemi-Display, Super-Display,  and Blue Chip Display 1.50 per  inch.  Legal Notices:  tic-per count line (5 words) first  Insertion, 13c per count line subsequent insertions.  Deadlines: Saturday 5 p.m.  "In the event of a typographical  error advertising goods or services  ot a wrong price, goods or services  may not be sold and the difference  charged to the newspaper- Advertising is merely an offer to sell,  and   may  be  withdrawn  at  any  time."  Advertising is accepted on the condition that, in the event of typographical error, that portion of the  advertising space'occupied by the  erroneous item, together with reasonable allowance for signature,-will  rot be charged for, but the balance  of the advertisement will be pafd  for at the applicable rate.    ���  A composition charge is made for  odvertising accepted ond put into  production,   but  cancelled   before  ..pu.Wj'cafton....ChaM.e.^f^.m.,i.0.rigtnal..j  copy when proof is Submitted to  customer is also chargeable at an  hourly rate for the additional work  required.  Subscription Rates: --  10c per copy, 50c per month (by  carrier);   $5.00 year,  in advance.  Special Citizens $3 year.  Card of Thanks; Engagements,  Deaths, Births, In Memoriam, Coming Events, Etc. Per insertion (up to  40 words) $1.25; extra words, 3c  each. 25c Discount! ifcpaid before  publication.  WORK WANTED  FOR carpenting. New and repair  work.  Contact  V.   Mitchell 885-9582. 9784-tfn  3 ROOMS and bath. ��� Furnished  -���*��� *cc4ta_e. - \West >*5echeit.r $55,  monthly. Fhone 885-9676. -  A'Z.A '   '     "     " 9823-35  _EUltNISHED two bedroom cottage-in Secret-Cove'for four  months ^starting Oct.  1st. -Reliable couple only. Phone 885-  2046. '   9822-36  FORvKASE  ATTRACTIVE waterfront property ,for -lease, modern 2  bedroom home on 300 ft. of  beautiful -waterfront,-" .garage, -  ,'b'aathouse, -barn, 8 acres of  fields -and .a stream, ^excellent  television .reception. -Phohe 885-  ,2074.. * - ^9802-36  USED    Fridge    $39.95,    Used  <    Auto.  -Washer '$79.95.   -Used  Combination Wood & Electric  Range ���   $59.95.     Westinghouse  *Us��d Console TV ~$59.957*Watch  tfor;.our-.furniture sale, >flyers.,  Parkers    Hardware,    Sechelt.f  ���Phone -385*2171. 9841-35  FAIRBANKS  auto,  oil  heater,  with blower in excellent condition $40 cash.^Ehone 883-2549.  '.983636,  DUCHESS    apples    $2.00   ,per  box.   Pick, 'em;   bring   own  boxes.   Phone '885-p638V 9837-35  CARD OF THANKS  MY grateful thanks to relatives  and friends for flowers, gifts  and cards received during, my  ���Uay in hospital, and.to.the.doc-  tors and nursing staff of St.  Mary's Hospitalfor their care.  Margaret R  Whitworth.  PERSONAL  SIGNS    painted,    lettering    of  vehicles   a   specialty.   Dave  Pinney,   Gibsons.   Phone   886-  9329, , 9834-tfn  PETS  KIND   home   \yanted   for   kittens.   Phone   885*9552;   9827-35  ROY BOLDERSON  Box 435 - Sechelt  885-9530 Evenings  Rototrlling - Plowing  .Grading --'��� Rolling  Other Field and Garden Cultivation. Mowing;/. - jljarger *lawns  and/or -weed and rbnishwareas.  (Assortment of six types and  sizes of machines)  Power Sweeping Parking  Area, Streets etc.  9826-tf n  'hIljp':w^ntId^"^''!  HOUSEKEEPER required to  live in, if possible. Two "girls  in family and lady with one  child would be welcome. Ph.  885-9419 evenings 6-7  p.m.  9831-35  ROOM and BOARD  ROOM and board available in  Sechelt.    Gentleman    preferred. Phone 885-2017.        9805-35  Accommodation Wanted  -TEACHERS' will be arriving  towards the end of August.  Those interested in providing  accommodation for male or  female single teachers, or for  married teachers with or without children, in furnished or unfurnished quarters/ are invited  to write to the School Board Office at Box 220, Gibsons, $C���  giving full details as to what is  available and what rental will  be charged. The information  will be kept on file and made  available to teachers on request,.' ��� School District 46,  Sechelt. 9810-tfn  WANTED TO BUY  OLD opera records 78 speed,  iVictor, Eddison, Odcon etc.  Phone 885-9976 or write Mr,  Gibb Gibson, Roberts Creek  P.O. 983838  REAL ESTATE  WATERFRONT, GIBSONS  iBright   comfortable   two   bed-  rom; bungalow  on Agood   sea-  ukit^ni^<^H0sarpori and^covered  ?*patio; ;^ev��;^living ^room. Full  ,7ipnce S$i2,600, terms.  EWm McMYNN  ^REALTY  Phone 886-2166 * Res. 886r2500  Mrs. Wprtman 886-2393  S833-35  EWART McMynn, Real Estate  and ..Insurances-Phone -886-  2166.   Res.   886*2500,    Gibsons,  B.C. 7869-tln  Roberts Creek  123 -ft.   waterfront,   four   bed-  iToom*homef��tevel"lor*to beach;  Nearly   one   acre.   Full   price  $16,000 terms.  ���Wilson Creek  Three bedroom home, auto oil  heat. Assorted -fruit trees, good  soil. $14,C00full price, $5,000 to  nandle.  Sechelt  158   ft.   waterfront.   Two   bedroom  home.   1.36 acres,   good  soil   and   water.   $12,600   full  price $3,000 to handle.  H.-.B. -GORDON &  KENNETT LTD.  Sechelt and Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 885-2013  Ron:.McSavaney 886-9656  .,������.*���.'.',���... .;;-...��� ..-v, ,.;    -���-../��� ,9840-35  CARS and TRUCKS  Paint - Fibreglass - Rope,  Canvas - Boot Hardware  WALT NYGREN SALES-  LTD.  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-9303  7857-Sfn  .USED? Admiral 9 cu. ft. Refrig-  ,    erator. Ideal summer cottage  size. McPhedron Electric. Sunnycrest Pla2a, Gibsons, B.C.   9829*35 yy  USED TV '59.95; Used Frig  $39.95; Used Auto Washer  $89.95; Used Oil Stove $59.95.  Watch for big Used Furniture  Sale. Parker's Hardware,  Sechelt^ B^C7 PhoneV 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  Hop Soil _���7_...r ...^10  .Road Material .���-.,���,.  $5  for 5 cu. yds.  Block Septic Tanks & Well  Linings    at    rock    bottom  * prices  A. SIMPKINS - Sechelt  Phone. 885-2132  98l4tfn  1962 TRIUMPH, T.R. 3 Sports  Car. White, wire wheels, 4  Mlchelln "X" tires, never raced or in any accident. A very  well maintained car. For sale  by original owner. Phone 886-  9832-35  9829, 7-10 pm."*  MACHINERY  AiA  25 ' KV\\' atJ^omatic-controlIcd  Dorman Diesel Power Plants,  Mounted on skids In as-new  condition. Replacement cost  $l0,000*plus. What offers? Write  or 'phone. Mix Equipment,,  l'*oot of Carrall Street, Vancouver 4, B.C. Telephone MU  4*0030 or RE 6*4aW.       9993-tfn  WANTED seT_nfiscs, must be  reasonable.    Phone   885-9530  evenings.    ��� 9825*36  FOR RENT  BEACH Cottage,  Bay,    furnished  'oil  range,  toilet  Suit   2   working  885-2289.  East Porpoise  ,    electricity,  and  shower7  men,   Phone  ��� 0839-35  iFQRJSAL  T965 HARDTOP  MUSTANG V-8  Auto. Trans, - Radio-  Top Shape  Phone 885-2807  9835*35  1955   BUICK   -  $250,  Phone  ^i^v'i^iltfJ-itKW^fclJiitevtwWhttifla *4MJ*'  2 NEW SUBDIVISIONS  f^orls Cove Subdivision -t- adjacent to Earls Cove  ferry terminal on1 the Sunshine Coast Highway.  \  *fi**iMli*iik*,((jiS(>W#��jf tt!l*f N|^M��wtK-i- ]  ��ftlk��Itt^-*S����*S<pi��!��W-*!'  _^��M*W����i��WMf^����Pt**W��HW(fc��  LOIS  Madeira Park Subdivision ��� overlooking Pender  Harbour and Gulf��� 10%' ddwrn"-*- easy terms  i on balance, Discount for cash.  FOR SALE BY OWNER  aj!Mi?tfti!MK>4i-uiW&tb-jt^^  FOR SALE  O. SLADEY^ Madeira Park; BiC.  Phono 803-2233 ��or : phono North Vancouver  985-4934  -Form No. 18  - - (Section f 82)  LAND ACT  Noticed Intention*to Apply to  Lease Land   ������   .  In Land -Recordingv District  of Vancouver, B.C. "and situate  on North "Snore of.-Skookum-  chuck.Narrows;    --  <     A  Take notice that Hans^Her-  .mann August Paul Behrish of  1698 West 64th Ave., Vancouver  14, B.C., occupation Real" Estate Agent, intends to-apply for  a lease of the following described lands:  Commencing at a post.planted at the S.W. corner ef D,L.  5270 Gp. 1 N.WVD. theiice W  along high water mark* 3  chains; thence'N 10 chains;  thence E 3 chains to W boundary of OX. 5270; thtence S 10  chains to point of commencement and containing 2V�� acres,  more or less, for the.purpose of  Campsite.  ���������     Hans H. A. P. Behrish  Dated July 29th, 1965  9994��Pub. Aug 11, 18, 25, Sept 1  t*-  ���.���Ganada's Air Cadet movement is supervised by more  than 7,400 adult volunteers who  serve as committee members,  officers and instructors with  the squadrons.  BUY  and  save  on  quantity-*  Smoke fish and fresh local fish  only. Plant at James Wharf.  Sechelt, 885-9721. 784l*tfn  WALT ; NYGREN Sales Ltd.  , now handling handguns, rlf*  les, and shotguns on consignment. Phono (886-9303, Olbsons,  B.C. 7858-tfn  ii; yineyCodst.^  Gospel Cfiorch  .UndcnomlnotJooal)    , (  Sunday School 10 a.m.  Church Service  11:15 am.  PASTOR REV. S, CASSELLS  Selma Park Community Hall  - Straight 8 ���  886*2761,   9824*35  BOAT'S & ENGINES  FOR SALE or trade 34^ cod  iboat, .Hull Just flhcntlicd and  fibrcglasscd.TDepth finder, Her*  culcs Diesel engine has crack:  ed block, Value $2,250 cash or  trade for -.', Jate auto, camper,  small cat or property, Phono  883*2503, 9828*35  BETHEL BAPTIST  tCHURCH  ' ' SECHELT  SERVICES  Sunday School ��� 10a,m.  Church S��rvlco -��� 11*15 o.m.  Prayer - Wed-ietday 7:30 p.m.  PASTOR  :AAA::Bi\^yf.!^s:z'zzz  You oro Inyltcd to attend  any or each servlco,  ST. JOHN'S  UNITED CHURCH  Wibon Greek, .B.C;.  Sunday School���-9:45 a.m.  Pivlnc Worship���- U; 15 a.m.  Led by MIss.H. E. Campbell  A *  ��� Except on 2nd Sunday each,  -------month '   Family Service���**;11; 15 a.m.  Dlvino Service���-3:30 p.mi  Led by Rov, W. M. Cameron  J AY,BEE USED  FURNITURE  Phono 886-2346, Gibsons  ' Next to Ken's Parking  Bear jbottles. We buy and  sell everything  IMH'tfn  ;,  --'The.  Anglican Church  OF CANADA  KcCtor Rev, James B, Fcrguffion, B.A., L.th,  ,    ,.Vhona;WW92..      Sunday, August 22 ''  ST7HILDA'S^*-SECHELT  Communion���9;30 '.a.m.  : .EGMONT  Evensong���*3;00 p,m.  '     MADEIRA PARK  Evensong-���7:30 p,m,  i, ~ ^n. 4-<-* (.i m***"-"**-^ -  t��B*'*.i��4 ,**��� ^Irf�� i ****r - "*��� *~ ,ii 9 *  ���* "JIT*-**" ****   "T^" *?*  Times  BUSINESS DIRECTORY  L. & H. SWANSON LTD.  SepticTanksand Drain Fields  Backhoe and Front End  Loader Work  Screened Cement Gravel  Fill and Road Gravel  Phone 885-9666  Box 172 - Sechelt  -Marine Supplies Service  GARDEN BAY  BOATWORKS  .   A COMPLETE LINE OF  BOAT REPAIRS  Garden Bay, B.C.  Phone 883-2366  Scows ��� Logs  SECHELT TOWING  & SALVAGE LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving  & Log Towing  L. HIGGS  Phone 885-9425  Phone 885-2062  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  f;  Electrical Contractors"  Appliances - Electric Heat  Phone 885-2062  Mortgage Money  for New Construction  Or-"Older Homes  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  Sunnychest Shopping Centre  Gibson 886-2481  TREE FALLING  t    '-TOe.PINtl.Oft REMOVING  LOWER LIMBS FOR VIEW.  Insured yrork from Port Mellon   .  to Pender Harbour  PV SERVICES LTD.  Phone 886-9946  ond 886-9615  TINGLEYS  HI-HEAT  SALES and SERVICE  _ for oil-your heating��� -  requirements ..  r Oil Co/s Finance Plans  C. E. (Cal) Tingley  Box NoT 4\ 7, Sechelt  885-9636 ��� 885-9332  ELECTRA-CLEAN  Upholstery_Cleaning _  Carpets - Furniture -  Rugs  ror-.appointment  Phone 886-9890  HALL - METAL  General Sheet Metal  HEATING7D0MESTIC  COMMERCIAL 7tl*4Pij$TRIAL  Phone 885-9606   Frank-IL-Decker   OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block  Gibsons  Every Wednesday  886-2166  PENINSULA  BUILDING SUPPLY  "The House With A Heart"  E. J. Cold wel I, Proprietor  Box 97 - Sechelt. B.C.  Phone Sechelt 885-9669  'V.  WATER SURVEY,  SERVICES  Complete Water System Service  L. C. EMERSON  Sechelt 885-9510  Insured Blasting  MADEIRA MARINA  HONDA EyiNRUpE  frailer Court, Launching Ramp, Campsites  Cabins - Boot Rental- ��� 883-2266, Madeira Park, B.C,  i�� kjtHn����M��f4iW!i����)i^it>*^^ e-WS^w^r^WWWK&tM HW.t>w,  COMING SOON TO THE  TWILIGHT THEATRE  GIBSONS  Phone 886-2827  l4-fcW*W����t-��ltr I* \-J ��� <fyi>Wim^Mf***<W-  Hi^lp  Musical comedy  big attraction  HILARIOUS   comedy,   Pajama  Party, comes to. the Sechelt  Theatre this week.  Aimed at the teen-age patrons, as were the tremendously successful "Beach Party," '  "Muscle "Beach Party'' smd the  recent "Bikini -Beach,': - the  fourth of the James H.' Nichol-  son-SantUel Z. Arkoff musicals  is again lively, song-and-dacce  filled, light ��� entertainment  * which should clean up at the  box. office.        *    ' "  The singing Annette Funicel-  1q, the comic Harvey Lam beck  and- the gyrating Candy' Johnson are again on-hand indulging  in youthful antics-^-this titno  around a swimming pool���and  the veterans Buster Keaton and  Elsa Lanchester get many  chuckles with some of the corniest slapstick imaginable.  Sorely missed; however, is  the engaging- Frankie Avalon,  who only makesV 37 birtef guest  -appearance to say - "Do You  really believe any of this?"  His replacemeritf Tommy Kirk,  a Walt Disney regular, lacks  V Avafon's staging ability and  exuberanct.  Dorothy Lamour sings well  and three lovely A1P starlets  lend visual appeal. The story  by Louis *M. Heyward, dealing  with a Martian scout who flies  UNITED ARTISTS  Wed., Aug. 18/ 1965   ' Sechelt Peninsula Times ,Pcge 3  to Earth and helps to foil a:i Hemric-Jerry Styner tunes. Di-  elaborate  robbery , scheme,   is' rected by Don Weis. Panavisioa  completely 'ridiculous   but  the and Pathe color are assets,  younger set will love it. > ;            ,   ' "There Has to Be a Reason"       Communism is socialism with  is the best of the seven Guy ' a gun to make you take it.  '   if *  -*    i j *  \AZ  \0:  CILMORE'S VARIETY SHOP  See our latest arrivals in  GIFTS and NOVELTIES  SPECIAL.  Bone China Cups and Saucers  While Stock    g|��*C  These Are-New  Stack  BOV)S ond GIRLS  Don't look now but school opening is just around  the comer. Tell Mom and Dad, we have a complete  stock of all your school supplies..  ALSO  FRESH STOCK OF GIRLS' AND BOYS' CLOTHING.  REMEMBER THE SUNSHINE COAST  FALL FAIR, GIBSONS AUGUST 20 - 21  885-4488  SUNSHINE  (OAST  FAIL FAIR  GIBSONS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL  ACTIVITY ROOM/  FRIDAY and SATURDAY-  AUGUST 20 and 21  OFFICIAL OPENING:  FRIDAY, 7:00 P.M.  Open Friday 7:00 to 10:00 p.m.  Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.  1  i  \'  PROGRAM  L *  GIANT FANCY DRESS PARADE AND PET  PARADEi���-- Saturday 2 p.m.       "�����'������������'���  LIVESTOCK JUDGING ���* Saturday 2 p.m.  ALBERTA SLUM AND TRICK HORSE  KITTEN ��� Saturday 3 p.m. and 7 p.m.   *  Fair Admission .*��� Adults 50c,,....  ��  Children^25c (under 10 accompanied  by an adult free)        *  PRESENTATION OF AWARDS FOLLOWED  BY RAFFLE DRAW��� Saturday 8 p.m.  REFRESHMENTS ��� BINGO  MANY OTHER ATTRACTIONS  DOOR PRIZES FRIDAY ��� $,0.00  SATURDAY���-$10.00,  Admission To  Alberta Slim Show  Adults 50c ��� Children 25c  DONORS TO THE 1965 SUNSHINE COAST FALL FAIR  Wyn'gacrt Poultry Farm  ��� ���   Gough & Co, Ltd.'  Farmers Institute  Swanson Bros.  Gibsons & District Chamber  pf Commerce  Palm Dairies Ltd,  Fraser Valley Milk Producers  Association   ,  Corporation of tho Village  of Gibsons '  Fred Holland  Chris's Jewellers  Tyco Products Ltd.  Sechelt Agencies Ltd,  Calypso Cafe  .Grdnthams Store  Mrs, Ddrothy Wormian  Ncvons Radio TV 1  Kons Lucky Dollar Store  N. R, McKibbon Isuranco,  Budd Klowit* Shell Canada Ltd  Fishers Taxi  Hill's Machine,Shop  Thrifteo Dross Shop  Peninsula Cleaners  Midway Grocery    1 ,  Danny s Dlnor and Motel  Peninsula Plumbing Ltd,  Todd's Dryrjodds  Sunnycrest Motors  Gibsons Electric  Gibsons Building Supply  Gibsons Hardware  Walt Nygrcri Solos Ltd.  Lissiland Florist  Kay Butler Really  Blue Sky Motel  Socholt Sholl Sorvico  Sechelt Bowling Alloy  Sccholt Beauty Salon,  ��*��liWi��i^!itaNs*^  Sunshine Coast Service  Gibsons Bakery       '  ...Gibsons Garden CIOT7 V  Country Life Magazine  Krispeo Foods Ltd,  ��� Nabob Foods Ltd,  T. Eaton Co. Ltd. Mall Order  David Hunter Nursery  Jantzcns L,td.  Canadian Forest Products  Royal Bank of Canada  Eldrcds Florist  Coast News  Peoples Credit Jewellers  Jack Clements  Don's Shoo Storo  , Supor-Valu, Gibsons  1 Douglas Varieties  Twin Creek Building Supply  Harvey's Funeral Homo  Jackson Bros, Logging  Tho Corporation of tho  Village of Sccholt  A, R, Simpkins, Bricklayer  ��� '������ Panco Poultry Ltd.  E & M Grocery  B,C, Telephone Co,  .�����H. JltihPir l,qdlqsl���Wcar����_,  Port Mellon Community Assoc,  Parkors Hardwaro  Socholt Motor Transport1  Gulf Building Supplies  Morgan's Monls Wear  Hopkins Storo  Marino Men's Wear  ElphlnMona Co-op Storo  ,J��� H, G, Drummond Insurance  Agency  Welcome Cofo  Gibsons Sholl Sorvico  Gibsons Radio Cobs  Gibsons Billiards  lf*S*��ilr����*��iSUfct*-'  . H. B, Gordon & Kennett  ,    Gibsons Automotive  !; Hilltop.Building,Supply t  Brian's Drive Inn  C6in-0p, Cleaners  Ken Mac Parts  I & S Transport  McPhedran Electric  Hilltop Motors  Gibsons L,oggers & Sportsmen's  Supplies  \  Gibsons Barber Shop  Earlc's Agencies  Kruse Drugs Ltd.  Gibsons Girl Beauty Salon  Helen's Fashion Shop  Vic's Trading Post  Tasolla Shoppo  Sccholt Barber Shop  Bennor Bros,  Sea1 Vuo Market  C. P, Bollcntlno  Rockgos Propano Ltd,  Fry-CadbUry Ltd,  Ogllvlo.Flvo Roses Ltd,  Brooks Bond Ltd,  Eddies Nursery  -.L^BuckorilQltls.Ltd,..   ���  Simpsons-Scars Mall Order  T. Eaton Co, Ltd,, Von,  Bonk of Montreal  Shop Easy, Sechelt  Fletchers Moats  Hudsons Bay Wholesale  Singer Sowing Machine Co, Ltd,  Mrs, Gwen Frettor  Howe Sound 5*|0 qnd 15c Store  Fuller Brush  *        Fomlly Bakery  ;.., ��� Occansldo Furniture and  Coblndt Shop  Peninsula Hotel  i>l  1 I t.*����t**<EWlA��i��-*l,e.��(SR��**lBlBIKj.  j BMi:tW-^IWB^^J*fr^��^��*^Si^M��>i��>V'*BWhB.f*  r  A  11  ^ ��**-���*�����������_& ***���* iSv  Ww-tl- rt-J-.i_*Aj ���*-&*���  1 .  History by Decree  CHAPTJlRi 61 the preseritT-ia-:'  logue on biculturalism has,  been concerned - with7the7.wis7  dom_ oor. imwisdom*of -a-uniform^  history for use in- Canadian  schools' Some shave^wondeied  whether the writing1 of it might*  stir up animosity,, and whether,  in a country as large and diverse as Canada, even the great-  flr.ury-be wrong> buVl shall not be so wrong-as to^jallto toy what I believe to be right."���John Atkins  .   '****" Wednesdays August 18,1965  ���   ��� ���-���  %he?Bunyipt<md  the Whittling:,  Kettle I  ���-John Manifold!  1 knew a most superior,camper?  Whose methods were absurdly!  wrong, ��    "  He did mot live on tea.and   '<  damper  But -took a little stove along."  AndLeyery plac��Lhe_came to   settle ' *     .  '   *  He spread with gadgets saving'  toil, - *,*-....  est scholars, with the greatest PROMINENTLY featured^in the news of late,  goodwill, could produce an ac- are stories of vicious cowardly attacks on  ceptable account of their coun- elderly people bygroups of thugs who if and when  try's past. apprehended, invariable escape with what amounts  tc\ *i trivial ^Gntsnoc  �������_: ts&fsssz ** ^ver*5,?B.oors t.  points of view, who, would . rule igwe*-Mn pressed radio, to what was considered a.  on interpretation and on inclu- heavy penalty imposed upon a pair of camp-site  sion or  elimination  of facts? hoodlums who had terrorized campersi The awe  And who would rule on what inspiring jail term amounted to one month, and-  7 were the facts? At best such a What a credit to the magistrate who took such; -atToiitioivof:camtaT7un"ishmentr For-applyin'g the   - k!-�����==, ,*���  history might*be oversimptffietf- drastic steps to rid society of such scum. str   * to- the* r��ar quarters* of5 a- badly behaved AnU par,Lta a,s nasiy."."  and a compromise. ;    This is-actually ludicrous, for something like Ut brat> a teacher, today, faces a lawsuit as- He camped, this sacrilegious  Some say the historians could six years would have been a rather more.adequate-  weu as a hue and cry raised by anguished parents     stranger- 7  get around the difficulties by sentence. When gangs of trouWe--m^mgrJ)Utlky'  who .qu{cfciyJdemand his^ or? Her? dismissal. (The moon was at the Mithat  put more visitors off "from1 further trips to that  area.  Our so called modern1 society frowns upon  such archaic punishments flogging; indeed, there- He even had a whistling kettle  are those who advocate.the banishment of hang- To warn him it wason the boil,  ing; Filthy* brutes like the Meeker brothers who W8ralahs ^  rapedxand murdered-a-young-girKsome"months  ago  get-off lightly when-they areJispos��i of ; and'cooUbatl, "  by the noose. Such a deah-is far  oo good for and  them, yet misguided souls righteously cry for     bot{Jes  little car.  It is an established fact that even the most  week),  ','��� ^,1    j ";.',.���.���. :u��u-..���h�� ��f Once in a spot that teemed with  hardened cnminal will shudder at the thought of   . . .  . * p  danger  presenting the facts and? ^o*take��it upon themselves to attack old people and  the historical differences in at- terrorise  others* -simply for  alcoholic" Inspired'  tiUide to thejacts. One- Editor- j^ Sj civilizatiom has sunk to an extfemeiyfl6w .      ..  lal writer fca* gone -so far as state wheivthe law pennits4hem to get off alkost theVpaddle: However tough thfethugelement might  to say that u Canadian'-prov-*v. r . ���.-���-���-.. ...        ...       .        ������ ���  inces   had   had   uniform   text-* "ee- . .       .    ' . ^ ��� .  books there^* would nhw hP vtw�� A  similar* instance  occurred'on  Quadra        w _.  need for a royal commission^ IsIand recently with a group of American visitors fetters of psychological hogwash and return to He spread his junk but did not  m a free count��� it.i��,*oniv4 threitfenedfandtabiised by two local��hoods7Thek*4heMfnsiderably more practical;method ofc'flog-    plunder,-    ; - ,  gemote danger perhaps;- but>, I sentencemust have caused quite a chuckle, a fine ging^the^sooner sanit^wll-returmto a presently Hoping to stay the weekend  (history by decree, at its worst, of $200 and the naughty boys were at liberty to very sicksociety. long;  could be as false as that now ��� He watche<* the bloodshot suit  -        ,i-  ^       -    jji 7.    -..* - A..*** *uZm Besides a bunyip-haunted  appear, the lash or paddle tapidly reduces them     _  to grovelling; cowards. Until we throw off the ;  'Thei:^K  v go under.......  Across the silent billabong.  being written in Russia.  it is said, Mr. Khrushchev h&s  prS^bS1 wflT^^fiS EXPLANATION by Goast. Gapilano-MP. Jack a substanUal amount of federal-funds is available He ateVcanned food without  Davis, last June, as to the benefits which may for  community  advancement,   residents  would     demurring,  be obtained tinderJh$ A.R.D.-A. scheme," was naturally like to know just what, if anything, has He put the kettle on for tea.  greeted with enthusias^b^ember^  _ ^      ,       He did not see the water    Chambers ofCommerce who ead^4ndicateditheir- First move suggestedby Mr. Davis was a     stirring  Letters to the Editor ardent desire to investigate thermogram^without request by the committee, when-formed, for a Far out beside a sunken tree  the Russian course of study.  Reader's Right  delay.  survey of the area This would>be carried out at fw had madc  no cost to the district and could very well pave     him sweIl  the way for a valuable contribution to the econo- And m- and ^  my of the entire Peninsula. spring.  Of major importance to the whole area ,at He donn^d a baUving suit in  this time, is watervSmall^gro'tips lhvarious torn-    shelter  Oirange^ Under-the program, Mr. I|avis announced  happenings that some $25 million is available to assist corn-  Editor, munitiessuch ;as the Peninsula with projects plan-  The Times: ned'to raise-'the income level and employment op-  Sir���I read with interest your portunities of the area. ..,*.,-- .    * *    report of the annual general nrW-naiii, r-isn-w Ka^r��iw fnr^*cmrnU.irft1- Hunities m *b&W seeking means of obtammg And ,cft thc flight _ friendly  mefeting of the Welcome fieacri a,     ?*W&y Plan��e^ Wcallv, f0^agncaRural'  ^R.D.A. assistance toward an efficient service,     ring  Commnnity   Association.   Your development,   the  A ;R#.A>  scheme, ha^been-   suohaSia metropolitan wate^district.  readers  must wonder,  as -do extended   considerably   and   now   applted   to sound idea exceot that individual Hc fc,t ,hc walcr kiss ttnd  many people in this area/ what numerous   other   industries, includmg^ that of ims is a souna^iaea exceptinatinaivjauai     fino,A  kind of community association���> tourism. ,,< s  is this which is in such a hurry      Little ponder :our representativesof-the Gham-  to deprive members ���^Jft^|w-WfrSo^nthusiastlcaHy hailed the announcement  VoUngs,nghts-and ^which js 8P7by>Mn Davis, De^ite WOrds of doubt from other  obviously   reluctant* ��� to   distn-   y ��� -s    - -   r  - '     - -     ...  groups have little hope of success, which is why  an A.R.D.A.' committee was suggested originally.  It is logicali"to expect the chambers to havc  representation within the committee but is by  no means essential. It simply requires a keen  group of level Headed members ot the public to  get themselves organized:    Mr: Davis is most'  tingle.  He heard the silence���none too  soorii"  \  A ripple brokd against-the  shingle,  And dark with blood it met thc  moon. -  feute its constitution to its mem- 1ifte,ters "h? fel' a comi1rtijtee should be set up  bers. Mr. G. B. Ladner, who is .^le��7an4. then, it was made clear action would  the   author, of  this .dp��^ ",      t L    7' anxious to get things off the ground and would Abandoned in the hush, thc  ������������w^t^fVJg^e^ng--that"'���������-������ ^day;*many members*f the public areex*^ ;.���:���.:,,;.       7 ���  STh^nn?thntL��n k" c  ^ :Prc8linS ���ce��� at what appears to be complete-   to ,carn that Water projects of this nature, arc Screamed avit guessed its  % IMhTSKSS' J?'c2��_?'fpath>.- Jt^U,d ^d   '       commtttee has* been ��� possib|e und^r the:Scneme. master*,pligiu,  Ss m ^Setoff Mr  .1 SS^ fori?ie4 a^ ,s act,ve,v#cn^ -0?1.0? ��� ���re Of great importance atithis-timeis.the necd;And loudleS< it screamed, the  showed more public  spiritin pr0)ects ^antageous to the district, Such * being    t0 starl the,baj, ro,lingJ^overnmerital depart-     lifeless mctul,       offering to defray the expense thc case�� lt would su8ge*s* something is to be    mcnts arc,  by-tradition,  notoriously slow,  but Far into the malicious night,  of   reprinting   the   ^  and let us hope >thiat. when-copies    are   'available." -:m.embei-sv      ��� IMM,.n.,J1,I���m.,1..,  will read them and judge 'for ^^*1HH MlMMt-C' l^fCSSffli��e9  themselvos whether it. is .fitting, ^^  >*,���"���h r-��    .  for a community association to  give its executive, with a quorumof three,, the power to expel a member or refuse membership.  An interesting point about the  recent meeting is that although  the watchdogs of the constitution deprived Canon Alan  Greene of his vote becnuse he  had not returned from his trip  abroad In time to pay his membership by August. 1, ihey did  allow an cx-mcmber all privileges of membership hr spit-j?  or the fact that Mhe >hnd 'not fulfilled residence requirements  /or over two years,  level, large chunks of that $25 million bonanza  will go to other communities;; quicker to get on  the bapd wagoni Before wc know it, only peanuts  will remain. "  Brave Old World  "Most people are bothered by  those passages of Scripture they  do riot understand; but ... the  passages that bother me are those  I do understand". ~- Mark twain  Knock Knock -* Who's There?  LOOK,'I'M  RUNNING out of pidicncc. This Is thc  fourth time I!have come over and knocked on tho  door���-and found ihc is not at home,  Now, I appreciate that this Is n big country nnd  there arc a Jot of people who atx asking him to help, out  in one wny onartothcr, but after nil . , . he\s NEVeR  home wh'cn you want him.  Questions jAbout IjHe^l^  ���-Ellsnbcth Lambert  When the Inst H-bomb blast has  done its muff  And Milled for good the gcigcr  1 cfitilcr's voice '"' 'r '-���'"���������'���'���''���*  Lcjsal questions will bo answered free for News renders, wl* ���'.k.   ,'. ��� .     ,  Utters do not have to be signed for this deporirncnt. WJ?cn ^oth,n��R Jcft bwt W a  QUESTION-,! nm a British subject mnrricd to a Cnnn* Wi|| comc ,f,c fnoment of my  dlan and hav* lived In B.Crfor 30 years., I Josrmy ,;/n,���droM^,| choice;     .  birth certificate Can 1 use my pasport or mnrr^'^rtl* ,nvcnl (h>pCI,ccfu| whcc|? 0h  ficnte ns proofiof ago in claiming old ago pension? What     tjcnr mc noj,)  financial standing must a pcrson;)hayc to be ciigl^^ for ,.cnhos<; ^o'^ould, assuage  tho proyincml government's.additional'pcnsion? "A�����,,;,-.tbp.gt-ricral'woc--*-  ANSWER���-If neither n birth cortificntc nop. baptismal ' P,n�� t��>' freeze my neighbors  Ccrtiflcnto is available tho date of' blrtii mny be     to (he mnrrow '''  proved by n marriage certl|icate, nnturnli/jiilon pjipcrsj l-y being lhe inventor"'of tlio  hospital records, immlgrntlon records, census records, or     how ami arrow,      (  any other source which shows tho age or birth date, To  (��*^*^wi*��ta^towti^^  ��-t��staj��fW;#S*.(t��Wt,f<  a$^i|nnteif  ,A^*��^MW��W��Psi*JBttiffiM4!-l.  Why- docs he havo 10 go running off 10 help people  The hall at Welcome. Beach in olhcr municipnlitlcs when - there is plenty of work    be eligible for supplcmcntnry nsslstnncc, the nppllciint'H  was built as-a ccnttrniitti pro* !�� he done, right here! I mean, we worship ��� faithfully   enshnssctft must not exceed $500for a slnglo person, and Gc?_(Pi.TPrMnjmrt _^^,/,��.  jeet by thc-t>eoplc'Ofiftcdroo��.'.j, ��,nd -our. collection Is nlwnysri^ht there when thooffer-. ,$|,000 for married couples, ^ ���m**wrmumnJkjmm,  Welcome Bench", and' Scacrcst,'"B Pln'c is pn����cd-<*--butw|ich. a;person luisra problem  nnd  wns) handed  over  to the 10discuss, he wnntshelp NOWI '        ������"  Wclcpmo Beach Community He'll bo buck tomorrdw? Well, I guess I can wait  .Associatlon���In.49Mf����not*os^a~iill��thcn^  gift, but to administer for the MY Pcw every time, I go to worship. Tho ricrvel  ^STX^'JS^^1-'      An^' ''vvlllsee him tomorrow, Oh . , , and  two honorable-courses open to * m��',rt; *-.��"�����-wc all like him but wc wish wo h��w  tho Welcome Bench Community "mo oi Mm,'lt vvorrics mo how he goes to the trouble  Association cither to ndmini- "P��h d��wn South, He had better wntch out! Thc HUthorl-  stcr this-hall as n community, ,lcVi" the Cnpltnl dqwn there don't like people Inters  .bailor tohandlt qvwjo aomo fcring. He lind better be careful! Iflie tangle*, with tlw,  organization which Ih prcpnrcd High Priests In Jcmsnlcm, he might get killed one of  *o do BQ,i these dnys!  -VOX POrUU By J. B. I-crgusson, Angllcnrt Church of Canada  IBS 1^0  ��.. food for thoughl  Vico-presldcnt'Rlchnril Nlxont Tho only time to  Jose your temper'Is when lt'�� deliberate,  1 ,Frnnklln P. ioncsj You t?nn learn mnny thlngi  from children.:llow���muclipntlenco���you have, for In*  ..itlfinco,   Money saved for n rnlny dny huy�� n nmchnmnllcr  umbrella thnn ft used to,  Published Wednesdays  ��t Sechelt  on B.C/a Sunshine Const  -'by ������     ,','  Sechelt Peninsula Time?Ltd,  BojOMI -Sechelt, B.C.  Serving the area from  Port Mellon to ttgmont  [Howe Sound,to hrvls Inlet)  Douglas Q, Wheeler, Editor  H, ll. 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'   �����  Wed., Aug. 18, 1965    Sechelt Peninsulo-Times -Page 5 - the riders in theiPIayday^for  *-"*���"��" w ��'-!"����� i-*-����-"*r.*-*.��������� ��� ��������������� i "M"��''i"';��7 j" ���_���������' i.m��*������*-.w-.i��� ^ ^prizesAthat-bavetbeen^tdonated-  Events "No^'2, 5-and ~9 iT��31^be  -, governed'-by vthe^ B'.C: 'Wester*!  >JJSff&^at^a'��' -AssociatuHi >iutes  . -.mudvisitations.J sTlie, Junior  % i,vJmnpi��g?'Eventi��isito encourage  ? the ?jKwiee-f rider to.. compete- in *  f- v'th&KJype 'o&*-event, which iter  "��� '��� -:quirestknoinlte^of-��onstantitrairi-  *.������.���"    , ^- ��,   - '       -    -     , - ~ j -- v   7 'iDS  fforthorse^and-j rider. "Bris  jRl^^D^YtVoavlHdrseback,, Vnowuan./aBWUaMeveilt^has , requires long'-tedious hours' of  ���tyU^&W^&p^^ ��� - -* ^Bd.imaoy -hours ^of-schooling  *.�� y M*<HiMertjwmberfof^cgatpeti-f ��� ��� H"J" " -��*-^--��. ���--.   %viib^.��iedr>*nMHmt in-order to  ^ons^have<'be��i:iH^bone��J ^^��*^.^,^,iJM-v$T.00,^^3J^A$5.{M>.       r compete.  ���SS^'^^^sSS^ * ^nt7No. :*&*.***,&*      ,_** Senior Jumping. .Event,  * _S^;����^ wSS5��5S'* �������,J/BW��n����_��irdsx. to> ;first,   -which-is the highUteiof thejday  ^^^.fte^fto^fCounl. /8m^ainB6ltmxdL[ ia7woiu-l>y^the~ri<_er who <l*a��*  elsewhere mt thisfu newspaper.       *-  -. ��� ^ ������+ ,;��� +v,�� +;��,��. ^^^ -i+��L����i.  o^jiki: *��7��,�� ��Zlt!3r -*   ' -Event.No..7,<Costume-Class/ 'P"* ^��Jt*w time aa4--*tfetit_fl^  HiazeJJist.for:thetFl��yday:-      ~m*sL*i��&t0itof.$&Ms       . =^to*inas^ing-this7most,o^cuir  "Jirst-ipJace*  ^���^LY$nt;No,'  - i_t;$i^wrr^^;$io*oo;^rd?$lGo.  -l^^-^im^TO^Hfia^gBianship;   '^jj^rAT'���"T^T"""   ^^.* fcojijpetitiaqL-'in   hafsemajisaupi'-  I bunder; 3^.,JM6, .iff T^Iti-^^l^g^  18  &O0^-3n.' $X00,  Event No  ?ibban,/ja*vards  and^third.         - -Ribbon award-to first place.  Event No. 2, The,Stake Race, There will be  a  special a-  lst, $10.00,-2nd $7.00, 3rd-$5.0O. ward of~$20.00i to .the, horse, and  aH -iroti"--�� i->erf ,mnw'-..Din.,j��.,7- ii    " L���i _"_"         Event No.  3,  Junior' Jump- .rider with the most points ac-  "S��:TS\����22? XSJ  X y ay ra Hor?eba?�� and^3Udg-   :ing>  ist $5.00,'2nd $3.00; 3rd cumulated in eash .prize, award  S?n?y���P    fu"1 f��rm' Sh��W' G^ery Pr<>mise Of a gOOdper-    $2.00. events    and    ribbon     award  ���iormance UUS year.        Event No   4>  Potato  Race wents to be pointed asfollows:  '        ������������                                                               _____        Ribbon Awards to first, second 1st place 5 points, 2nd place 3  Say You Saw It In 'The Times'          "S^m  . ���    ,�� ^^^3rd place 1 point-  'm^^^Z-JL                                             Event No- 5- Barrel Race, 1st There will also be atdraw for  /High jumper  tJAGQUI Sheppard flies-high as,her*mount Joe takes the  jump with feet to spare. Both horse and rider show-  __~^-S*2*"-' s=__ w_I.*lCi=:  se.that excels in this event has  the love to jump, the heart and  ���stamina to respond to the demands of his rider and the  course.  'When.youJBLee temptation,-be  sure you don't leave a forwarding address.  an  wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmwmmmmm  iew6  of your busi  .-eard  Wilson Creek  Dealers for P.M. Canadien - McCulloch -  Homelite - Pioneer and Stihl Chain Saws.  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'  8    ic Paints  ic Ce.rnenf  aiMiwuvw^^i^sf^^fetiW"**-  ^S'fllH*^W��-wW��lW*U*��*B^��9^KIW'' ���  jM^^jfftRiWiVSIif-f.liV*!*1!-*,  Beririer^^BroSo  FURNITURE AND PAINT  '-STORE   SECHELT  Phono 885-2050  EVERYTHING FOR YOUR  BUILDING REQUIREMENTS  A I  Ur  *  *    >4  (  t  I  ��� Aa  lii|lW*MW4*Ut#^tl^iN^M��MM|IBtltl|i,^M!)^^  ���/'��������� i:  I  iGlbsons, B.C. - Phone 886-9941  \ Gulf Buildina Supplies  Phono 885-2283 Secholt, B.C.  ' ftmmmmmm^mm  mmmmm mmsmmmmmmtrnm^mmm  ���MMMiMMaiMMI  I  : '��"��"''       j     ,     ,^A ^1^/^fM^^^H..*^,..^  W-. -i*WS    ��  t-t hA t,VVl^KJ.��^  i f. a*** A.  1.x."  ./����,.^  ��i*.l*M *-*^t��- ��-<w*r"i*' ^>>��**w��'W-"**rf^.il-��*"'��f'*'-"'* ��MW--.M*'-t'B��.  - ^ ���  ������>���   A  Page 6      Sechelt Peninsula Times    . Wed., Aug. 18, J 965  -  V  ��� ���  ���A    f.  i J    7  AA" 1 '  Hoti. L. R. Peterson . *, .' *~\  ���'���  -i-i ; ^   4'  Minister of Education  7;  <\ aZZ 77v *./.. *'  ,",���; ?     7; v 777  disputed art criticism  (THIS'IS the sixth in a series of articles by the minister  of education describing the new senior secondary  school curriculum).  A}-  Taking shape  THE TWO classsroom West. Sechelt Annex is well underway, but it will be doubtful if it is completed in time  for the commencement of the Fall Term. Teachers at the  new school will be Miss D. G. Chaloner, grades i and 2,  and Mrs. Marion Reeves, grades 3 and 4.  Chatterboxing  about tourist accommodations  around the area . . . compared  with Canada. Praised Canada's  tourist program, said their way  of life much different to the  States. Great praise for the  cleanliness of their cafes, neatness and politeness of their  hired help 7 . . and the real  friendliness of all he met . .  JThat is part of Canada that  ���From Smalltown USA  THOUGHT it was about time I dropped a line or two,  and give a few impressions, if I can, about living  and my feelings about this: Land of the Free ...  I  may  be looking  at it  all  wrong but I sure miss Canada  -.���r���,>���things-~are���so���differcr-t-  here, I cannot put my finger on  the diffsrences, but they -ire  there ... We do not live  hectic in Vanada, of that I ajj  sure . .-. Here it is .speed, ai  more speed ... in fact I have^  become a real speed artist myself, to keep alive, you have to  be . .  In the Stores, supermarkets,  that is, if there are two people  in line, they immediately open  another checkout, so that you  do not wait, it's very nice when  you're in a hurry, and of course  everyone is . . Women shop  with their hair up in rdllers,  and a nylon cap over it all,  slacks, shorts, anything at all,  old shirt or sweater, sandals,  or the first thing that seems to  come to hand. No matter what  time of the day; dress means  very little ...  pay cheque are high, .... no  -baby���bonus���for���the ^average-  family, no old-age pension, re-  laced by social security ... or  welfare.  Hospital costs are out of this  Hd���$30 a day on an average  Everyone in a medical  pla'fa either with their company,  cr- pkivately ���-.��� . . It _ a definite  must . . Hospital costs can  break a family . . . Dental work  prices unlimited ... One professional woman told me most  of them go to B.C. to get their  dental work, and plates, it's  much cheaper ....  Doctors very fine people  here, and very helpful . . . Cost  of living is' high, salaries not  too spectacular . . . There is a  tax on all foods and vegetables,  nothing exempt . . No exemptions on children's clothes, no  matter how small .7 . Th^��t tax  over  a  month's  groceries *or  Every family has at least two    average family mounts ko  ��_*->r��     ' pfvma     -flwfw* tCrtmnn Tiff-��_*��������    v>t��-t/_Af     **r*A    i-Am-    ki>nVi  cars, some three ... Women,  busy taking children every '  where, dentist, doctor, kindergarten, schools, religious instructions; people seem to be  very religion conscious, which,  is a very good feature, in this  distressful world . . .  Everyone   seems   to   work,  young,  old,  grandmothers,!  etc  ...  Household help is at a  .premium, no one seems interested in this kind of work ...  so mother works,, while father'  takes over, then he takes off  on  a  different shift.  Children  not appearing to suffer In the  process, in fact seem to thrive.  Educationr is   the   driving  force behind It all     , .. even  i through the summer, every one  that can, is at summer school  . . *. The young work hard all  Vsummer, to' make; enough for;  thc coming year ln school . . .  then with  university in view,  still work harder to make It  for the next year ; a ."  One has to admire their ambitions, but with all the youu���'  and their degrcca, the avcrago  handyman, la a gem, mighty  hard to find . . , The ttudent  'Wlth-a Ph.D., still cannot Ox  lhe average kitchen or laundry  appliance, Hint the average  housekeeper can do with her  bobby pin . , a They aro educated to such n degree, It is  all for feu Hi res for abovo every  day wny of living ,  Maybe It's good, who am I  to judge, It takes a lot of understanding believe mo,.. ,, ���.  Inepme (oxen aro high, social  security payments also off the  I miss ... It is very difficult  to find a small^placee^n out&  on the highway, where you caa  drop in and talk, and <pass a  friendly hour, with a lunch . . .  everyone is in such a rush, . . .  no time for chatter . . . Maybe  I haven't found the right places,  -but���I-r- sure^do^iriiss^thaMKttie^  bit, believe,(me . . . Everyone  in the business sections, that  you have anything to do with,  calls you by your first name  . real chummy . ... garags  man, doctor, his nurses, beauty  parlor ... real informal Of  course you get used to it. . .  The average citizen here  talks very little about Viet Nam  . .'. you seldom hear it discussed, no one seems to get  very bothered about it all . . .  It's sort of something that's  there, and maybe if you don't  look, it will go away.  ... Well I think I have chattered enough for this time, will  try not to be so long in writing  again . . ,. Sure do miss the  easy pace of life, and the  ocean. This is a valley here,  and the heat sure "gets me : V .  no breeze at night ... Of  course I can always come back.  But I am going to stay for  a while ... So long for now  ... Selma Chatterbox.  Jgrobably the most controvec-  sial of the7new^rograms~staft-  ing in September is that d-j*1  signed to provide basic education leading to either employment or further training in thc  visual and performing arts.  The Visual and Performing  Arts Program has been criticized on the grounds that there-  is no' employment for persons  trained at the secondary school  level in these fields; and that  such training opens no doors to  further training. Both "criticisms are ill-founded. Investigation has shown a wide variety of occupations in sales,  technical and design fields applying to art. Existing vocational schools do give advanced  art training and so will the  new community colleges. In  music and drama the existing  sources of further training arc  less numerous but the future  will see them develop.  Frankly,   I   do   flpt   expect  4nany-^ehools4o-oSer4h_-vvluile-  theory and history of art, drawing -and-painting,���and- applied���  commercial   and   graphic   design.   The   musical   specialties  include  two  courses in  musicianship,   two  in  instrumental  survey & two in either choral, ,  orchestra  or band  work* The  theatre- specialty, for those who  want 'a' background whichr will���  leadto further graining aimed  at a career in theatre or television, provides courses in acting,- stagecraftr theatre   background, writing and directing.  Values of the individual courses   in   all   specialties -of  the  Arts Program go far beyond  the   narrowly  vocational.   Students who wish to devolpp their  own aesthetic appreciation may  be well advised to take one or  more   senior   courses   chosen  from the field in which thair  chief interest lies, as electives.  Skill developed may be of only-  personal or recreational Value  but will nevertheless contribute  to the total education ofTthe  Arts Program in the immediate  future; Some���* will- though, -and��  others will have some of the  courses available as electives  for "students who have a personal interest in the subjects.  Where the whole program is  given students wiU^ take the  "saSnfirTjeneral Education constants as all other senior secondary students���two courses in  English, one in social studies  and one in health and physical  education.  The program constants consist of a general business  course relating largely to commercial law and one course in  the fine arts at t^e Grade XI  level. This course must be taken from another specialty to  the one the pupil is taking to  create a better understanding  of the Interrelation of the art >.  The three specialties in the  Visual and Performing Arts  Program are art, music and  theatre. Each specialty requires  six courses in addition to tho  general education and program  constants. i  In the art specialty ihe six  consist of courses covering the  individual. '��    ������'���V-*'  ^Some courses may. be of distinct value in quite a different  career. The potential teacher,  for example, will find courses  in any of the three specialties  of great benefit.  It is the vocational aspect of  the=arts^that-hasvbeen-stressedr-  however, at this level. This is  done Ln the firm belief that the  artistic world offers occupations at many levels of developments and that opportunities in  it are certain to increase as  the work-day becomes shorter  and hiaih iriorelaffluentr " W"  NEED A C^R?  NEWWUSED  7V777finr ������  Peninsula  Motor Prod.  SECHELT, B.C.   ,���  Ph. 885-2111  - Ted Farewell  Meat prices are very high, coffee and tea likewise . . . Fresh  fruit still high, very poor strawberry crop thi_ year, poor pickers made very little . . .Potato prices still very high even  with new ones . . .New tax oh  cigarets has( jumped price to  $3.50 a carton, in Oregon no  extra  tax,  cigarets  little over    merly of Halfmoon Bay, B.C.  Wilfred Scott  PASSED away August 14, 1965,  Wilfred (Wilf) Scott of 3795  Fir Street^ Burnaby, B.C., tor*  $2  Good old bingo, very predominant here, games everywhere even in the ^afternoons,  for the ladies with extra lei*  sure ,,.���������, . Rummage salej,  three and four a week all over  the place, which raises organizations quite a bit of loot; in  a painless sort, of way .'.. ,  One columnist writing hero  in    local    paper,    complafned  Survived by his. loving wife  Lena, two daughters, Mrs; Joyce Farewell and Mrs. Jean  Gray both of Sechelt, B.C.  Seven grand-children, Funeral  service was held Tuesday, Aug.  17th, 1965 at 2 p.m. from the  Family Chaipel ot the Harvey  Funeral Homo, Gibsons, B.C.  Rev. Canon Alan Greene officiated; Interment, Seaview  Cemetery.  SECHELT WATERWORKS LTD.  lofice toConsumers  **13<iM!*^SW��*mWW  W-Wl  y^*WwA*te^* W^1*ll����t��t.��S�� ���  Indian Leases - Selma Park, Selma  Heights and Davics Bay; WATER will be  SMUT OFF at 9 a.m. on SATURDAY,  AUGUST 21 for two to three hours.  Please store water for your needs during  this .period...             ...       . .,���-.. t....  AUGUST SPECIALS  JACOBSEN MOWERS  ,��.QlLAfcACH.E^^  18" TURBOCONE ��� Reg, $113,50 ,��� Now $95.00  %V TURBOCONE S/P. Reg, $195,00 Now $159,50  HOMEUTE XL 12  16" BAR & CHAIN*���Roq'. $184,00 Now $159,95  CHAIN SAW CENTRE  Wilton Crook Phono 085-.9626  7 ''"-wiwj^''wfff-w^vta^-it/iW^M^W^^Uvw  l\  '.V'  .UwMkfS'  ���*-*���***���*-|Vf*  "'"^Ai,,.  'A'.uJo.'mAi'^iUilf.'iiilHiMwAU�� UAxt'��,��miiSVW/i��t'iii''  r *  t i  ,!1-  ***** ' * s.  v.%ntv*'"T7w��if"  ,.,   ,1     L     1     (        it     ,1   . ��� -  ��4    *���*.  Wedi, Aug. 18/ 1965    Sechelt Peninsula Times  -t       r*  to   enjoyy* the7atlractive**,ne\V;\s  homa-;wmcl*-tl!^f$n_ily��'recentiy^ c, _  Vb'uilfconVthWate^n&atf^ or-so.How.aWit   SunnycrestrPlaza> on Augj>2_,>7 ,,  ,4    to   e��joyy* me^ ararauvev^w,* <& atithe calendarMately, but ?. Horsebirir win h^hUn hphhn    -~l  &g,   hom^wmclMb^f$mU��'recentty^ Horseback will be .held behind  -,  Seehdti.^  > -  that?t.WhereAdid the summer ������ .��Pen for the* public at 11 am.  Beauty expert  .   . _ .        . passed ��� my twenty-  |T;and,has ^rk*^amtterH��idsom g^ tarthd^yy-, time would^pass-  F >Bay>lteauty.< salon,*.-Victoria-, and. ^ q^^y. Tnis4*hne*T do be-  tutoip* in* the-Aim* ��*a$err _ev* she-told'me the truth, be-  ensure a% successful f_ day;*- prize-  moneys, and,various- other* expenses:  So how about coming  r- PROPRIETOR of SfeeHelt  Beauty Salon  is  Mr    School'oofi Be^uty^^atr"i^n<��^^auSevi|m^ea*,im^my.twenty-   oufc\and   giving^these<young-  >mer Lepitre who has takemav��rrth_. busy1 ami e* - G?^r^J ami: _k  wife   *^ ****** Anme,>i*. travel- pugeaih*. of'encouragement  ling and how.  NEW  Omer Lepittewhohas takeruoverr the* busy ana. ex- Mr 'Eepitre and- his "wife  tremely-popular hairdressing-' establishment .from. Mrs. Kathleen together with their  Evelyn Hayes, who-wffinwntihue- to; work with Mr, -Le- * fiVe< -cliildren/* Virginia*   Nor-'     HerKe '*-* da�� tot. r still re manv-ve  have* already- taicen-fup, *esi��-, .;^_, _^a ^_        .__    _       TOal,  T ^h^Ua���A  denceruuSechelt7 Kathleen i&  so that these playdays on horseback will become an annual  eventifor many-years-to come.  it  Three*projects ...  Step up campaig  to defeat cancer  &iMiM  THE TEMPO of^ the attack* on cancer in British Golum-  son'i and-Vto   my- surprise.-   a Well, I. shall: end this column   -  X'-V^klT^ with* daisy chain^that's-al- -  fte   daughter^,  Mrs. ��� ^-W^nn^   hmm!^ Goo*'too. 'A\ mande left; go,forward.two.and  House.                  -                        caj^ and'the presentation of * a tonr back  one,; forwarditwo -  ILj.^ Cjwi#1_*                ' -white senator tie from-the Se- and turn back one and���so on.  natty.Hiiuiu.*                   chdtt  Eromeoaders>   left,   me tillyou-loofccuR froofelMta fta* .*.  PASSED' away*, -Hilly 31$. 1905<>,- without J Words. As I. have* said> P** andi fhid* that? IVBaara'gone.*'- ���  * Henrjr.'   Smiths *, oil.���Madeira*   before'square  dancers- are a.   -���-������'������-"���*>* *  Park*? B:G;7sur*H��d}b!yytBre^^onderful��ciass^of special, peo-  _, dau��hteE5# Mts* >TtMtoa-*'Nea��5^ p^e.  ick7 Madeira Eark;f Mrs*-, Bile^m     Every.now and then'someone*  Conn^lSadiierrfitoi 151a. Brain;  -will* ask   me- where  Ir came*  "The. Airs. Cadet* movement in  "Canada, dales** fronn Apyiii 9th,  _   _      194L:on:whici��)date*a.Dominion  bia has been stepped up and requires more money   Norths Vlancouverr _Oi��^ son:,rftomt^^tTtype'Of'ufe11-lave-  Charter,,* tos granted .by. the  than ever before, Dr. Ethylne Trappe said recently. '       Kenneth;. North* Bitrnaitoh Eie-  led; 'how.* com_. I   made   my    Government, to* lite-Air Cadet  Dr. Trappe reported that Ca-       .ven- erandcteldreBj' tear ereatt   Vinmc..af��:o^.h��it��--T-a m-*T-i- �����,_    League.  nadian Cancer Society officials  *3heeting in Vancouver for their  23rd. provincial, conference  agreed to marshall an all-out  financial effort behind three  major projects. The local cancer unit is also behind the effort.  The    three   major   projects  are:  1. 'The "creation of a second  .vent grairicmldreBj' ton- greail homeaf Sechelt; and, many oth-  ward- the- cost, of thfe new rp- gtandcbfldreoiv One.- .sister im er. quesaons.  dearth^?acS ind^e antS. En^&��*;T^|toUte^^Williaia(,: -WeU-due to, the-fact that  7t?taS^^^te.SS..: :f, Mission. a^muii^ofrBort, there is not muchly doing; in the  fific eouioment and? aDoaratus Alber^,- Eunendrs��wteft* was^ square dancecpicturesIUhought  SdiTSETlf^'^-XJ-- ^eld August 5,,tl965 *ftomvMa- thatas may just do^y antobio-  Snnftfio��� req��"re anomeF"deira�� Park-Hallr, Row W. &V  ?    ' -     , Ackroyd' 'officiatedi .Ihterment!,  These expenditures will be in ' Forest' View Cemetery.'-Harvey,  addition.to the B.C. Division's Funeral' Home, Gibsons,- B.C.'  annual   assessment   of' more> _irectors." v   .  than $200,000 "to. support the re-   _- . .���   -  serach projects   sponsored- by ' *"., Each:- summer,' 6��>outstanding  graptty.- It; just^ might- save me  havings to. answer." a' lot of'  questions,- althoughr I-~ always  carry, a .pocket: fullioft answers."  The -truth; the whole truth ��� and  nothing* but' the truth; because  the  truth* -never  hurt  anyone.  cantier    research ���, facility:' *^ih ��� the  National, Cancer  Institute   xir   Caaet^^representing   ail    At least'that's* what my grand-* ~  British Columbia to supplement the very promising \vork  now being done by the Cancer  Research Centre at the University of, British Columbia.  2. A survey to find out why  125,000 B.C. women haven't had  a simple uterine smear test  which could save- their lives'  and an intensive campaign to  reach them and persuade them  to do so,  3. An ' intensified smoking  education* program for children between the ages of* 6 and  12.  "These projects not only will  ^require a great deal of money,  but they will need many more  hours of volunteer- effort to assure- their success," says Dr.  Trappe,  The new research facility  will be located in,a fourth'  floor addition now under (construction at the B.C. Cancer In*  of Canada.  "We anticipate that our total   expenditures  for  research-  during 1965 will closely approximate  half a  million dollars,"  Dr. Trappe says.  The money will come1 from  the Cancer Society's annual  Conquer 'Cancer-'Campaign,during April and from special be*  'quests and donations made^di-,  rcctly lo research.  Reporting, on the  change -in  emphasis on smoking education  to   younger   age   groups,   Dr.'  Trappe had this to say:  "The evidence placed before  us   at   thc   conference   shows  that   young   people   start   lo    ���  smoke between the ages of 6    '.  and 12 years. The dangers ot' A  this  habit' arc proven beyond    '  debate and< the Cancer Society'  believes it' has a duty to assist  parents and teachers in impressing the hazards of smoking on  our   chldrcn   before   they   be*  parts of'Canada are chosen to  travel aboard as goodwill ambassadors <f or Canada.   -  mother  always  told   me.   Any  comments gladly received.  The   second   Playday   on  mm & cm?  mm or usm  TRY  Peninsula  Motor PfoA/'  SECHELT; B.C.  Ph. 885-2111   . Ted  Farewell  stltute In  Vancouver.   It   will  provide   vitally   needed   space come addicted."  fdr the first major clinical re- <         , ,���     >  search program   in, the   pro-  vjnc^4 ,                   Women who Insist on wearing  '���The Cancer    Society    has the pants in, tho family, sljould  agreed to provide $200,000 to* expect cuffs.oiu tbe: Bottora, -  I ���v*W<**i^W*is��ft��*'*i*Wj��W*  Gibsons  IL FU  No Down Payment - Batik Interest  Ten Years To Pay  FIRST PAYMENT OCTOBER 1st  COMPLETE LINE OF APPLIANCES  For Froo Estimate - Call; 886-2728  .1 ...*  Af  f,A.  ..���,��i.��  J.:  . P   *., ��... *T~. ",  *^f V*'   ���*** J*9     *--"  . *0*wal*.zl rw&-i<.~iw    ^.v."^.ri-*id**w," \    ~v^,"xi~*."M.&v uj.*1.  *  rf^AjnwAtJ >^'<i4vii��-"l,1lW��C^'~'W>��,A'-#��''��*-il*iJj<i(  JP*-fc^^Sw,^��M-%,-��A<to<^  ���i    >  "ft  /  Page 8      Sechelt Peninsula Times  , Wed., Aug. 18, 1965  ,o  H'        !  Recent release  - *    I,.    i ii t       i - ^ r  Entertainment ahead  for movie enthusiasts  "I'LL CRY Tomorrow," MGM's filmization of Lillian  Roth's remarkable autobiography, with Susan Hay-  ward portraying Miss Roth, will-be shown August 22  at the Twilight Theatre.  The intimate, gripping and  sometimes shocking story of a  young and beautiful girl who  became a star of stage and  screen, then entered a nightmare world of misery and near-  shows who make their motion  debut in the film.  Gerry (Gerry Marsden is his  complete name) is, responsible  for seven���count 'em, seven-  ���*���            <  r    V'  i  '  -  i v*  <���   '  r>    -**f-  * 4  ���  fe_  *  i|  suicide,before gaining the he-p���r*ew music hits in the new.pic-  Ready for action  UNDER the watchful eye of coach Jack Eldred, Roberts Creek team will soon be  turning the tables on the Gibsons team* Matches are played every Wednesday  evening at 7 p.m. alternating between Gibsons and Roberts Creek. This week's  game is at Gibsons. Pictured here are (front left) Linda Solnik, Sylvia Hughes, Vivian Swanson. and Belle Dube. (Rack left) Arlene Beckett, PearlPauloski, Lil Butler,  coach Jack Eldred, Jean Eldred and Elaine MacLean.  that enabled her to start a new  life, fiecanie an immediate bestseller on first publication. It  has sold a ^record of 150,300  copies and has been reprinted  25 times.  Previous to writing her autobiography, Miss Roth bared  her sixteen years of tragedy as  an alcoholic on the "This is  Your Life" television program  in 1953, with the moving account repeated for a second and  then a third time, reaching an  estimated audience of . more  than 100,000,000 viewers.  The portrayal of Lillian Roth  gives Susan Hay ward an even  more dramatic challenge than  her roles in "Smash Up," "My  Foolish Heart" or ^ "With a  Song in My Heart,'* three pictures for which she received  Academy Award nominations.  NEWLY  RELEASED  Lovers of that peculiar beat  foM7in��d<r w#ld=i famous by  The Beatles and know amoi��g  students of the subject as ,kThe  Mersey Sound." can look forward to a. feast of the stuff  in Brian . Epstein's "Ferry  Cross the Mersey," starring  Gerry and The Pacemakers,  a United Artists release opening August 26 at the Twilight  Theatre which, say there students, contains the bestest cf  e ,    .  . the bestest.4  ' Second victory      ���.....,.......,.,., .������    , ;��,wv That's because the sound is  THE MORE seasoned Gibsons Ladies Softball team scored  an overwhelming vie- supplied by the famous'Gerry  tory over the Roberts Creek team during  last  week's game.  Back  row  (from and The Pacemakers, hits of  left) Dodie Bergnach, Pat Hogan, Gail Sabo, coach Bill Nimmo, Edna Naylor. and Europe and Australia, and of  Shirley Fiedler. Front, Irene Jewitt, Rose Gibb, Lynn Panasuk, Jackie Burnett and thre&p-eccnt   Ed  Sullivan TV  Virginia Reynolds  ture which7are said to be authentic Mersey as it is possible  to get because Gerry and his  Pacemakers were born no further than a hop frpm the Mersey and heard the form emanating from Liverpool's famous  cellar clubs since they've been  able to skip. ,  The seven new tunes���all  written, sung and directed by  Gerry himself are���"Ferry.  Cross* the Mersey," "Thisfc  About Love," "Fall In Love,  "Why, Ph Why," "FU Wait  For You," "My Love Forever,"  "It's Gonna Be Alright.'1  The cast also includes Cilia  Black and Jimmy Savde and  introduces Julie Samuel. Brian  Epstein, who also gave The  Beatles to the world, served as  executive producer for ."Ferry  Cross the Mersey," with Michael Holden jfwho had a large  and important hand in trje miking of 'Torn Jones") serving as  producer  NEED A CAR?  NEW or USED  TRY  Peninsula  SECHELT, B.C.  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Pad".,  Please nofe that space is limited and some .advance dotes  may have to; wait! their turn; olso that this tea "reminder"  listing only and cannot always carry full details  Auq. l?-~2:3q p,m, St, Hilda's Parish HaJI, branch 96 ���  O.A.P.O. mooting,  Aug, 20���7 p.m. Opening Ceremony, Fall Fair/Gibsons  Elementary School,  Aug, 21 ��� 10 a,m.*IO p,m, Fall Fair, Gibsons Etemen-  tary School,  Aug, 22���-liPOp.m, Gibsons Municipal Beach, Gibsons  Firemen Water Sports, Everyone Wo learnt-, ,  Aug, 29���H  nycresf  i00 o,m, Playday on Horseback, Rear Sun- i  Shopping 'Plaza;1  '���������������.>"������������ .^7^7-,,.^,>,,.:-:���;,...��,,+,���-���!���  minster this week woro KJ-ycnr*    ..      otn.,nn  &zbmmt>A4ito>mti I  year-old Bob Waters, Selma  Park; linear-old Robert An*  dcrson, Port Mellon and n*  year-old Kelly Foley, Halfmoon  Day.  sponsored the competition and  supplied  the footballs,  ribbons,  .and(locals,  Points scored by tho boy a  were as follows: Klin (194MO,  Bob   (217),   llobcrt   (118)   nnd  ~��� ������T���^���r  B,C, Lions football R��mc nnd  will receive autographed footballs nnd nn opportunity to  watch Iho game.  Sixteen boys entered the coin-  petition held In Hnckett' Park  Inst. Saturday the.Judges belnu,    Kelly (J3Q).  flflyKrountl   Supervisor  Mljs      The   lucky   winners   of   Iho  Heather Nicholson, Mr, bid Wa*   >onc finals will com pete for the  tcrs, Miss 'Jo-Ann Nygren, and  JSlr, Mlko Foley. IJ.O, Lions co*  Grand Trophy at Empire stn-  dlum on August 20 prior to tho  Since tho Air Cadet League,,  was founded In A|.rtl,.,.,,10*11,  more than , J70,0()Q teen-aged  bays havoparticipated In its  aviation and cltlzeiifjhlp training program.     7  A FEW CHOICE LQTS LEFT  TERMS'? YOU BET!  H. Gregory 885-9392  Sccholt Agcncloa Ltd.885-2161  SECHELT AOENCIES LTD  REALTY and INSURANCE  Wharf Rood Phono 865-2161  M*M*M��y qHttxtfymm  fi^W^^p.K'MahtJ^WujfflsicutfBi^.-ttmt  y,V"��'ft?#.K^|a^i#,l>ylIt,'4,V;;a^;;iuiy  SitaMMiMw**'W*��n>)*~ t tv%(P*��f\KW, Mi**S.J,t," *!*'   *    ," I l'\ "nitMKA  *^-^#>tll#M��UiJl^.UJ^^ A'J-h'!   '.i'Viii/il' A>y�� '"'�� '  ��� '  UVMW,'\ r " i'��-��-f" .1'  J '-'  1I  Round about the towri  '    ' : 7 ,     -     . -, \- *   , ��� ,     '7   __By Ed Green ' ^ar' A:derisave;laugh is the on-   ^  MOST PEOPLE don't'fenaw it;'aren't 'Sy en .remotely '* answ^7t0 ^t:v ^ "' - ,'' ' *>hat cax* be done .about this  that owing to government res-,  trictions and supervision there  was m, profiteering 'dating tot.. Vas ^ v put them> ^ ^  Wed., Aug. 18, 1965     Sechelt Peninsula times     Page 9  aware of it, but the nauseous mess in Viet Nam is  having its veffect on us right now/and right where it  hurts; in the rising cost, of food,* A \  Z A;    '     -    '  What, specifically,,you might ~ :���;   ask has been directly, effected    packing empire were- brought  by the increased military���act-   before the courts,and asked to  Canada had-a trifling part M situation that, is -slowly ��� devel-  the Korean War^ pardon me, 'oping? Strict; government con-  "police act-on" 7so-called < be*- trols is the answer; controls -at  'cause they1 were only trying'to _ every leyel; not just'for the'  arrest the progress of the North " little ���-fellow;'but the big fellow r  Koreans and Chinese through too. An ample tood supply is  South Korea even if* they had to    the mainstay of any nation; as  ivity^n, Viet Nam and who is    explain how^tiiey ^happened'to _shoot them1 dead to do it, and__ important to-the individual as  responsible?  The  answers are  astonishingly simple; any basic, fbod   you* wa���t   to  name,  wheat,   corn,   soybeans,   pork  bellies and even potatoes are  now .being manipulated by the  lowest form of animal life in  our society, the food speculators. These rapacious vultures,  with millions of dollars at their  command,   are   already  snapping up huge quantities of food -  and  other  strategic   materials  of war and stockpiling, or storing them against the day when  the Asian idiocy spreads  and  these items are in short supply. They will then step in and  the   people   will   be   at  their  mercy. Since their expectations  of  future  astronomical  profits  are based on anticipated bloodshed* and human misery in the.  not too distant future it is hard  for any of us to have anything,  but -a   burning   contempt   for  these jackals, or a government  that will permit it.  It will' be argued by some  that the government held strict  controls on consumer prices  during the Second World War  by their Wartime Prices and  Trade Board. They certainly  did, but not where it. counted.  "*A��"1s;*_suai 'tir these" Mtl^tionl'  it was the little fellow who took  the brunt of the regulations.  The big fellow did as he liked.  justify, a profit of eighty cents  per pound on butter. An investigation bad proven 'they were  selling it by the carload at this  fantastic profit. Using \ double  talk and gotibledygook their  lawyers said this wasn't really  they   did.   The  United   States bloody itself, Eaeh day we are  were feeling the -drain oa their -told .that three quarters of the  economy and immediately put 'world's population goes to sleep  restrictive^ measures   into, fe_-, hungry-because >they cannot get  feet to counteract it. Luckily, , food. If the speculatiott.and e%-  Canada,   owing   to   her  small ploitation  of  food   supplies  is  contribution  to  the war, was allowed  to   go  unchecked   we  it is being iheld, for fantastie  profits by^ greedy speculators.  With all its faults, Russia does  not permit this. Anyone caught  speculating in "food is given" a  ,fair trail, "Russian, style, "then  , taken out<and shot.' This is, said  to be a Very effective cure because the guilty speculator never commits the same crime  twice.-   '  JJSE   TIMES   CLASSIFIED  -O  the case but for patriotic rea- _able to,maintain her economyi_can jquite easily find ourselves.  sons they would reduce their  reasonable profit so that butter would be cheaper. It nev-  -er-was. The cost rose but the  tetail profit remained tbe  same; five cents a pound.  What is thc butter situation  today? Baffling is the only  word to explain it. While we  are paying fifty eight to sixty  cents a pound for it, ships were  leaving for Great Britain with,  thousands of tons of storage  buttei mat was being sold for  twenty three cents a pound.  Don't tell us we get dairy fresh  butter. II we did it would probably choke us. Wc have adjusted our tastes to the stuff  that has been in storage since  the time of the Pharaohs. Don't  depend on margarine prices  remaining stable. Corn and  soybean are basic ingredients  in- its manufacture.  In the business section of the  ^iV^njftwve-ffi<��un-��August ,9^edition, is a report to the effect  that belly pork is the "sweetheart" of ., speculators. Why?  Because belly pork is what we  without restrictions or rationing of any kind but she had'  such   measures   available  and  nearing- this frightening position; not because we do not  have food, but simply because  Chiropractic;, Office  MON., THURS., SAT.,  ,1678 Marine Drive - Gibsons  Phone 886-9843  and got away with it. Here are . j^, as saIt ^fk  great thick  two  or   three  examples  from  actual experience.  Near the end of the war this  writer required, six new pistons fo^fetj^k5uS^d|in,-essehr-  tial serv^ees^cohtiracf ��� painting  for Wartime? IIousing)7>and after various, .applications had  been made and approved, the  pistons were ordered and delivered -at a cost of eight dollars each. Since these same pistons usually sold for three dollars and a quarter, a strong  complaint was lodged'. wi,Uv the  Wartime Price? Board. In due  course, after An alleged irivest-  slabs of almost pure pork fat.  High in nutritive value, though,  never ?in great demand; jft vthe-  'cities, it is easily stored and  can be bought cheaply in quantities* , by the ton. It makes an  ideal ; staple   for small   stores  ,\vhere Vho  refrigeration  is  av'-:  lailabie,  such as ours at Secret Cove.  Did we escape the  eagle  eye  of the  WP&TB  on  this? We did not. Wc were al-  lowed three cents a pound profit.  And so it went. Gasoline and  other petroleum products were  not immune. The oil \ company  igjition- this writer-was advised   held us to a two cents per gal-  thrit such an outrageous charge  was, quite in order because the  pistons were semi-finished and  it was the machine work required to finish them that cost  the extra money., .In  words it cost almost  times'-as much to "finish" them  than it did'to make them. Arid,  this blatant ���robbcr'y was approved by the WP&TB.  We later opened n marine  service station and,, a store at  Secret Cove, Our ...stock was  hardly on the shores' before n  representative froifl ��� the same  ' Wartime Prices etc, arrived,  nnd gave us strict orders about,  what we were permitted to  chnrglp for bur goods.' We were  allowed ono cent per pound on  potatoes nnd flye cento on a  pound of rationed butter, About  �� week Inter n hiigo Toronto  loh profit on gasoline and onc  cent. on stove oil. Owing to  freight charges, especially from  Hnlfmoon Bay to Secret Cove,  we actually, lost two cents on  others every loaf of bread sold, and  three if we' did add these charges^  the people wont to Half Moon  Bay and we were left with cartons of bread that rapidly went  mouldy in the dampness of a  waterfront store.  Tho foregoing would indicate  that government price controls  wore ofective, They were, but  they did not go far enough,  As stnted before it was the  little follow Avho7 suffered, In  theory they wore flno but in  practice they were lisolos because they materially aided tho  big fellows to compound enor*  mous profits'" by ono"'thin sub*  terfugo or the other. It is said  P0RP0I5E BAY WATER TAXI  Serving the Community for ] 5 years  "" ','" ",1 ���"���'"��� ^t'-' , ."������"���7vr'   FREIGHTU PERSONNEL  Scenic Tours Arranged  "". 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TOP WILDING SUPPLIES LTD  Phono 886-7765 ��� Gibsoni, B.C,  i  A  \;  2"'-  i>  *  3"*  4*SJ  t  '*>  i  A  h  Z'  I.'  �� 7  ,1  7  iHt&mt*vitytom#*&i*&^ wf .e  IlL,,:,.*,,..:.^,...;  i -Y^^g^jS-irffcTf!*:*-.  &_**���  ii -�� *^^, yr.j���* *>   w  *-JLjtffe.\ Aa '���"-vi r*. A*  T^Mtlf *4*-��** "*4 vi>^Sii*P*. *iwA-i^��^J*^'^4��w^^��w^>5^W1w^**-  " r i ��� f ���- -.**i:-^,*:5-.v^i:.'/-'fi  Page 10    Sechelt Peninsula Times    Wed, Aug. 18> 1965  ���7|  'if  1 >f,  ,, *.  .r.M.'.'.,  ��� !'���/���!"���(  - F��  ''.il-'l')  AW ,  :A  A*  A.\!  Fishing visit.  171 grants todate \ *. ^... -. 7,     *,,,,. .__%         ���       ���     ,"���*���������   ��� ���      - ' '   f J ^     -*  *   *  OentennkS Committees  - , , *.,    * ^. ;^r, -,7*"-' ' ���''-  ;, ^   v j  gHininf gruiii appzovffli  THIRTY���, more  British  Cohmbia1-r-cehtenn(a;l'' committees have had their jcdebraifoh&:-grant approved.  There are ,393 .Ideal centennial' committees now^engaged' ���l  in celebration-planning,\saidt li J.^Wallace,- -Genera! 7  I( Chairman  of- the- Canadian.*/Confederation*--Centennial.  , Committee of British- Columbia. Approximately 125' centres* throughout the provmee"haye^not-'*yet;applied�� for  theirvgrants.s-7-. , .       7 ������ r-H r   ���  L   *AvaUableJo*th6nKis; a grant.- ebratesHhe^wntenary.*Gfth^uri:   -  of, 40* cants} per- capita,for. ad-    ion of the Grown"- Colonies- of '  - ministration'- and* celebrations'.  , Vancouver^ Island   and-.main-  Ten cents was made-available    i&nd, KG. Ih 4967 British,Col-  loot       MftvDmW*       A-rt.'irtiA--**. *- IA     ..Mk*^'v 2~.i-.L~   n^Z*~.J~    3m. .w.t.*U  ANfe-EBisOf^emum^^ 1 _F__flh;'_l_l___Jfr' Slid.*-    last   November:   Another'.' 10   ,___��. joints -Canada in* celeb-  wa^*feis-Piper  Cherokee flown by Jim Flood  a& _        ��� W*AV*    centsv^wiB   br distributed .to*-_*___?.��� the Centenary- of _Con- -  Pipe  Taconiai and accompanied by Dan Cullen of San Francisco who were up here on a fishing trip.  A irpotfa Mmm cm  ���by G. Van deMeeberg  AIRPORT" traffic fluctuates with the barometer and  the fine weather agaiir brought" many- visitors.. Two  planes from- the U.S.AC' came in, together;" one a Piper  Cherokee, Jthe<~ other 7-t Cessna. 21D. The Cessna has Retractable landing gear which, when retracted, gives a  considerable increase in air-speed.  Occupants   of.  the: Cherokee.  Ii"-'-"        -lli** 0.V November,1 this  year- and' the  DIHCTO   IillS   W66K balance ofi 2th cents per. capita'  ^ * in November; 1966* < '*  RECREATION. Commission of  federation;  "Here  is- tbe list-of' the  30  communities. which* have  had  The 40-cent grant is- payable-htheir: 4<te 'Atfmihistraiive   and  in partt.as. soon;-a&> the local   Programme- Grant-    approved  committees* submit sse. claim Da-*-;. this week-' - **  sed apwr-the JUne 1963-censasf f'-AcherftfT'696 00- Briar Ridee  _zr slsts s~ * __"'__-. -!*~**r ^ts^mSi <S  .-.5*  Sechelt* this, week- embarks  upon a new venture-, this time  as a fund raising project, in  order to* continue* the* swim*  were *^im�� F&odpSpQot^ "fron��'  Tacoma and, Dan'Cullen from--  San Francisco.  .\  Flying the Cessna 210 was  Jack Metalship,; accompanied  by Allan Matson, both from.  Yakima  AJ1 these gieiftlemen are in  the constructions business and  came here for a three-day fishing trip. They< were delighted-  with the stay, -here; fished successfully alfepromised to return. 7'  Not iquite&so.chappy were- the  occupants off another American  p\_ne. They expected /-to hire a  car to go* to ^elider-pHarbour.  There is no sucn tbihg available on the* airpbrtf however  they did get a- cab and spent  ��� some^itime4^if''th1ifcP��nins^^  One plane on its; way to Vancouver developed!radio trouble;  the pilbtjv being a radio - technicians landed here and fixed; it  after ordering a > part from Se-  chelt ^which* arri vedi by.. cab..; He  did not wish* to* risk flying to  Vancouver with a< faulty radio,  where he may have encountered' poor weather conditions.  A  start has  been  made to  ' slash the obnoxious growth- of  Alder  along  the  runway,   and  an extra large tree on the approach has been cut.  The coming' airport manage--*  ment committee "will probably  result in some more improvements.  proved  sor -popular * during*? tbe g past  months-; J  Bingo will be held at Hackett  Riark, weather permitting; Sat-  _t_i__ay_j_���x_,^August 21, starting at 7:30 p.m. A^-_{oo4jJum-  ;|irpuLis anticipated;and;it isn^-  ed to obtain* the- assistance of  Lions   Club   members  to  conduct the games.  local* committees.* .-  Centres*' withf approved.4 tjom*-  mittees and which choose suit*  able -lasting* memorial projects  may also- obtain, ther Federal  Provinoial * grant of $1.60 per  capita. To* obtain' this, giant -  le K>oar commiteet* mustt-itself  raise- $1.40* per capital - -  Grants 5 -for -commemorativeF-  projects  must  await  approval'  of the  individual  projects  by  the Provincial Centennial Board-  Another - recreation- venture,  ^teenage  out-door  dances,   will    ���- _..     . _, ,.      ,  continue and will be held this _!lJ2*2!. fLU? S-S,  week at the same location but  oir Friday  night;   commencing  shortly after 9 p.m.  So, get with it girls and  bring some live partners with  you, this time.  proval   from   Ottawa.   Several"  ; communities already have re-  ' ceived approval: for swimming  pools; parks, community halls  * and projects* of a? simitar na-  ��� hire.:   ���' ���'   <    '.'���"������'  British Columbia- in 1966 cel-  Clintpn, ML4/40;, Coquitlam Distv  12,966.00,, -Delta/ M0O.0O, - Fern*r'  dale-64.00, Gilford-Islandr.ViL^ w  lage-77.20,* Grand'-Forks li_40.- ..  00, loco and Dist. 283.00, Kim-  berley.   2,420.00, -Mara    90.00,  Merritt 2,260.00^ Midway.-184.00, .  Mission   Dist*' -2,200.007  Pouce -  Coupe   464.00,   Rrince. Rupert  5,400.007 Saturoa  Island. 61.00,  Sflverfon 126^00; SoowahKe Indian. Reserve 49.20, South Haz-  eltort 1B8.00,   Southern* Cortes'  95.60,. Taylor 200.00, West Coast  >  Allied, Tribes 993.60; Westbank"  550.00,      Windermcare^   240.00,1  Wynhdeil* and Distv 40a80, Yale  280.00. -       ������.     '..  em  African drum���Congo* bongo.  The.first bikiiu-jEve's leayes.  ANOTHER family of visitors from the United States  "has decided that the Peninsula is one of the most  pleasant places for holiday relaxation.   *  Particularly   impressed   with-  ��� ~-������ Hill   Roberts Creek News  ���by Florence McSavaney  MR. CHARLES Bedford is expecting an overflow of*  visitors this weekend with1 'the publicity being given  his famoiiS shell collection in the current issue of Western Homes arid Living, Anyone; not familiar with this  famous  Shell  collection  would  find  it  well  worth   his ��� ches  in Minneapolis^ .Most* of    -<-ft May's Boat Rentals, Por-  iirlffl/-   14-/\.(+*-_ lrr_ ���: *\    /lv*itr<v    +rv    DAVtnntn     f^^nrilr    ��_rl--. s**.-*--n     1V^*r��       T>'��U' Al i 1*  i        -.��� . ?_.,      i  nnicA, tlntf. ,<il    Q   A ,m      -i��_y-1    v><_ln������%.  the unspoiled beauty of Sechelt Inlet were Mr. and Mrs.  Yngve' Maghuson and children,  Paul, Pamela and-��-Ce|este of,  Minneapolis, Minnesota who"  have been visiting Mr. and Mrs.  S. Holmberg of West Porpoise  Bay, MrV Magnuson is a nephew of Mr, Holm berg/"and tea-  cus Tyee Pool to no avail and  it was three very disappointed  people who stopped in Sechelt  on their return home. Deciding  to spend their last day fishing  in Sechelt InletjjMr. and.Mrs.  Ron Murray and daughter Pat-  ricia of Watsonyille, California  while to��take a drive to Roberts Creek where Mr. Bed  ford lives. He will be only too happy not only, to show  the collection but explain in detail about marine life.  Visitors- from   all   over   tho   ���~ ���-������-''���-'"'-���:     ' ���  Hty*=����M~W(i|iWlfB'41Kl)( JsttW^I���.***^*!*^  world come to Roberts Creek  and at present, visiting lhe Ba*  bas, is Mr. Baba's nephew from  Japan, Mr. Kinoasuka Baba or  "Kenny"-as he is getting to be  known. Kenny is quite taken-  with,, this1:��� country, and would  very much like to come here  to l|ve. He is an. apprentice  commercial! artist and' this  writer has seen some of, his  sketches and delicate water  colors which are very lovely In*  deed.  Ladies Softball game on Wednesday at Roberts Creek school  was won by Gibsons, but' keep*  trying   l��dlcs;   remember   tho  Brooklyn Dodgers. V  , ,,���'���.,���.   ..,>.���:,..,....',!��'A....y, ::,...��..->.^,.y...,',,.l.,...  V.  CENTRAL RECREATION  COMMISSION/ 7  Those present at tho meeting  of the,Central Recreation Com.  mission   were   Mr.   J'   Forbes  and   Mrs.   J., JR., McSavaney  from Robcrts^Crcek -and' Mt%^  M.   Tlnklcy -and   Mrsy,  Alan  Greene,   froni    Rcdw'oll,   Tho  meoilng* was *��pr<s��ld<Jd '*w<.r^b)h  Mr.   P,   Lawrence fln* tho  nb*  sf^to of the 'chnlrmnn, A letter was rend irom tho provincial director,, Mtv Jj, i ^anloh,!.  slating that nn nmQimt of $40  per month was to be* allocated  lo the commltto for expenses  nnd Hint a  cheque wo\|ld  oo  forthcoming covering tho,'period*'  of April to; September.,.'! Jt l)Pd '  been   hoped   that   thocbcqiio;  would n^cpm'pnnjr. the letter no "  Hint It cpukl be deposited and  some   of   it   used   for   smi.l  amounts already owing;  Mr,   Lawrence   outlined   Iho  program ol swimming classes  and playground, activties that  had been instituted in the Various districts for the summer  and a lengthy , discussion, followed , as to what would be the  best type of program activity,  to follow* during the coming  season, It was explained that  it was possible that some,' Instruction could be obtained for  group activity If enough ' local  Interest warrants, It. However  there were not'enough-people at  the meeting to arrive at any  definite plflos7Tho mecHng ad*  journed, with a tentative date-  set for tho next meeting on  Thursday, Sept, 23,  All too often a clear con*  science Is merely, tho result of  h- bad' memory.' ��� ���  "���"'������,| ���"- -��� ���"���  the holiday was spent swimming and fishing in the calm  water of the loycly Porpoise  Bay."7 ���'���:���"������;.  Presently visiting with Mrs.  A. Chilton of Davis Bay ��� is  Mrs, Chilton's daughter and  son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. H.  Si. Cross of Santa Monica, Cal*  ifornia.  Many people will be sorry to  hear that popular young nurse  Miss Mary1 Moore will be leaving St. Mary's Hospital; Se*'  chelt, August 21st, Mary who  h��*il8 from* London, England,  has been with us only a ��� short  time and will be going to the  United States, ���  Miss Hn/.ol Van������Bnron;'i Past  President' of Rebekah Assembly of ^B.C, Is a guest' of Mr.  and Mrs, Lloyd Turner of Sechelt,  Three recent visitors from  CaliforniaV" hnd' been* spending'  their vacation In Campbell River,' tho mpeca ,of all. f^ishor-  ���men; they fished In' the* fam-  poise Bay at 8 a.m. and returned triumphantly with three  beautiful coho��i;snlmon at 12  noon,'' When.last seen they wore  fliscussing ways and means,of  extending- their holiday- ln^ Sechelt.  The Times  Phone 885-9654  i*dN8W'4^**-'^>w^*tffii^  Wfe��#-*^*��tn*^wat Ab* m  .����) fH^Wj(-*aw t (*(w(T*j,a*SMi4fl t^^^te^mwifks^s^MSM^^'Js if��ft*asf  Mrs. Evelyn Hayes\ oh the  mm mm sum  I ��.  -.,        '  ��        :���    I  �����!'���;  t .   f  , ���       '���.}.���'..'   - ��*'..'����� i   *.,������!.���   ,       ���'������..���.. .���������,'.''..       ���.'...���..���    71. ;.  w.ihci to announce change of ownorahlp of hor  buiinoii which will continue with  A/If,JDmer Lepitre as proprietor^*  Thanks are extcncled to all'her clientele vyhom She  hopo^ will continue to support tho new owner,  CAR & TRUCK IIRE CENM  Let us supply all your Tire  7Qii0llty - Sorvico -Economy,,  GIBSONS�� SERVICE  Phono 886-2572  MJN^w^Wh-ti^WJn^ff^tifW^WteiWifi*^  For Easy HMdfeM Torms  Uso YoMr SHSLIi CREDITv GARlD  or Apply for A IBank loan  "W(V]  Ji����(*i(i .r;,n..7'  "���in, ; ��� ,1*  [���i  Wed., Aug, 18,1965 ,  Sechelt Peninsula Times    Page. 11  EgtnontEye  -���-  ..     ....     ��� , ���--by-John Duniop  AROUND Egmontr-Walter'(Wally)  Nelson was'handing ;iut cigars on ^Thursday,' August 5, when wife  , Sally presented him with a baby daughter. Ivan and  Calvin will now have to share the spotlight with baby  _ sister, _Julie.���A v~   I ���-: 7 ___ ���   ^���7 ���  Vi Berntzen suffered ,a painful   sible. This, news pleases most  HnilCOC  t\(   Parliamont   anit   fnnfajla-ratiMi--   C  .. ��� ��_.������.��...    ma.iw.  ^miai*A  Times series . . .  Our National Capital  credits cast country  THIS IS the first of a series of nine articles telling _ of  the development of Ottawa, the focal point of our  national capital region, embracing some 1,800 square  miles about equally distributed between Ontario and  -Quebec  injury "to her left foot'recently  ' which -necessitated v a rush trip  to St. Mary's Hospital in dead  "of night. A Eight stitches v were  * required to close the cut which  was   caused  when   Vi tripped  _on a sharp two by four. When_  - questioned as to how she man-  * aged to cut herself on a piece  of wood, VTs only reply was,  ' "It ain't easy*'.  We are glad to ��� hear that  Mrs. Henry Silvey is home a-  gain after a month's stay in  St. Mary's Hospital. Amelia has  had more than ber share of  hospitalization this past year  and it is to be hoped that tbe  future will be much brighter  for this very fine lady.  The Disney family, Cyril,  Frank and Doris, accompanied  by their sister, Mrs. Gladys  (Fred) McNutt, have returned  home from a two week's motor  trip through B.C. and Alberta.  onds" and disappeared' between.  the * hills' which rise on either  side of the-Skookumchuek, and  moving in a South East direction toward  Porpoise  Bay,  It  appeared to be at'an alt-hide  of   around - 5O0~~ft   and   was  clearly    visible    against    the  > mountains  "across   the   fillet,  made no noise and was certainly not an- aircraft, as, we sre  familiar with  them,  not even  -a~ jet- at- that- speed.   Neither-  " was it a spotlight, no reflection  ' or   beam  and   there   was   no  sight of a boat on the Inlet at  the time. It did not rise or fall  during  the  brief time it  was  visible but seemed to maintain  an even height and was a long  of us who use,the road regularly, the only exceptions " being the youngsters "Who" use the  school bus., Already they had  visions of Mark Myer's" big bus  being stuck on < the hill, with  further days off school -being- -w��y below the_summit, of the  the result next month. Kids, surrounding hills,  nowadays, never miss a bet. -The following  day,  Wednes-  Outer limits���At the risk of_ day,   radio_stations_were  ad-  being classed, along with many    vising  that   many" Vancouver-  >m��#^imS*M����i'i!!ffi"l,1#' j  The capital of a nation reflects the soul of its people. It  reflects the culture, the wealth,  the power and the political  spirit of a nation, it is the mirror of the country's vitality, its"  energy and dreams for the future. A capital city belongs to  everyone in the nation and, as  the seat of central government  and national institutions, it is  a   community   with   undefined  limits. It is the nation!  Situated at the junction of  the Ottawa and Rideau Rivers  with the Gatineau River flowing down ffbift ule north in the "  Quebec section of the National  Capital area,, our national capital stands oil a site rich in natural beauty. Its parliamentary  buildings conceived on neo-go-  thic lines and topped .by the  Peace Tower stand high on a  rock cliff overlooking the Ottawa River, They stand as a  symbol of Canada'sV confidence  in the future. ��� .   ,,t.Vo,,;���������:-;; ���  Initially; Ottawa was; afinill-  ; tary construction yard, then i>  prosperous centre of the lumber industry. It grew haphazardly until 189? when the Fed-  - cral Government realized that  if Ottawa was to become .fa  capital worthy of a vast and  rapidly developing country, it  was imperative that some plan* ���,  ning be undertaken without  further delay. As a result, thc  Ottawa Improvement Commission was formed;    7  With a limited budget it sue*  cecded in constructing h driveway, developing a boulevard  and it beautiful nark. This was  the beginning,v*Vv  in.; 1927,   the   Improvement  Commission  was  replaced  by  the   federal   District  Commission' to which the government  granted broader powers and a  j healthier,, budget,  Its  authority  {was  extended  to part of |ho  : territory of tho province pf Que*  ' bee,  -     i v"'  The projects completed by  , the Federal District Commission between 1927 an<| 1959  were numerous, The FDC Act  created a National Capital are<��  embracing 900 square miles  about equally divided between  Ontario and Quebec, Mter, Iho  Federal District Commission  , Act was amended to Increase  Its terms of reference ond to  confer-upon ��lt*a-truly* nnllonal*  charactor,  One of the most Important  singes In tho planning of tho  National, Capital of Canada  wns begun in 1937 when tho  famed town planner Jacques  Qrcbcr of Paris, was Invited  to come to Canada, At that tlmo  he prepared plans for th�� redevelopment, of Elgin, Street  nnd Confederation Square, Ore*  bor was Invited by tho Federal  Oovernmont aiuln In 1945, th's  time to direct the planning ft  the whole National Capital. In  co-operation With his Canadian  colleagues, Edouard Fiset and  John M. Kitchen, Jacques Gre-  ber conceived a master plan  for the National' Capital which  was tabled in the Candian Par  liament in 1951 by the prime  minister. In 1959 the Federal  District Commission was replaced by the National Capital  Commission under the terms of  the 1958 National Capital Act.  At that time, the National  Capital region was extended to  Include an area of 1#00 square  miles about equally distributed  between the Quel^ecvand' tha  Ontario sides Of the Ottawa River.  Surprise shower  at Wilson Greek  SURPRISE shower at the home  of Mrs. Lenore Nygren, Wilson CreeK on Thursday, August  12 , was held to honor Myona,  eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs.  Reuben Stroshein who will be  married on August 28 to Mr.  Jerry TMielkc of Richmond.  Twehtylhree relatives and  friends gathered to wish Myona every happiness and n  beautifully decorated wishing  well overflowed with an abundance of useful and lovely gift*..  Centre of attraction was ihe  unusual cake baked by Jo-Ann  Nygren which was Intricately  shaped Into Interlocking wedding and engagement rings the  golden icing enhanced by the  white iccri diamond of the engagement ring.  "They visited the northern in-  terior, including the site of the  Peace River Dam, travelled  via the Hart Highway to Grande  Prairie, Edmonton and Calgary  and returned home by way of  the RogersTPass Highway. Cy-  ril and ffra^jown, the dntm-  " seinerr^EJrummer^B^' which  was built locally by them. They  are presently engaged in the  construction of another fishing  vessel during the of season.  This year the Drummer Boy is  being fished by Frank and brother Bill, of- Vancouver, while  Cyril is taking a season off  from fishing. "Just taking a  rest," be says, but I imagine  that the rest will take the form  of work on the new boat and  around the house chores. Your  turn next year, Frank.  Road construction is still proceeding at <a steady rate with  the new cut-off at the highway  beginning to take shape while  Fred Donley and his rock crew  are making little ones out of  big ones as "fast as they can.  The big hill, always one of the  Worst parts of our road, particularly under winter conditions, has been causing local  residents no little concern after the first oyernight rain of  August 3. As reported last  week, this hill was almost impassible after the* rain due to  It's unfinished condition. It  would certainly have proved a  trouble spot' if not completed  before a continued wet spell  set In.TWe are now Informed by  Mr. Reg McMillan, Resident  Engineer, that work on the hill  will be commenced forthwith  and completed as soon as pos-  others, as being 'slightly off my  rocker', I hereby, caterogically  state that at 10:30 p.m. on  Tuesday, August 10th, I sighted  a UFO. An 'unidentified' flying  object' that is, and I don't mean  the kind, that used to be part  of a good old-fashioned Egmont  brawl. Neither had I been drinking, nor were my senses impaired in any way. Our front  veranda overlooks Sechelt Inlet for -a length of possibly one  and a half miles. The Inlet, at  -this point, is almost a mile  wide with a background of  mountains rising from the far ���  shore. I had stepped out on the  veranda for a final breath of  fresh air before turningin and  it was quite dark out in front.  ites had reported seeing a  bright object with an oranga  colored tail travelling over the  city in a south easterly direction. Probably some of the tigers had escaped from their gas;  tanks, but not up here. There  are no cars in the middle of  Jervis Inlet, not on or above  the surface at any rate. But  there it is. Vancouver residents saw something, 1 saw-  something, probably others ori  the Peninsula had the same experience but, whatever it was,  it wasn't a figment of my imagination, of that I am certain.  Note: Since writing the a-  boye account I have read the  front page .article In TWeclnes-  day's Vancouver Sun. I now  feel much better. If I am see-  Suddenly _ bright spherical ob-  ^.ecWfteshed^intoTviev^tlaveta  led the 1% miles in front of    ies claim do not exist, I have  our house in  about five sec-    plenty of company.  See the mad mad mad Midway  at PNE'65. Thrilirdrid spills,  Chatter Ihe Chimp:    $������.*.;..  You'll love his;-  kind of monkey-  business. See  the Ronnie......,  Lewis, Trio,  sensational  aerialistsl  See JoeBodrie,;'  fastest <3un  aliv^ and DetinyJ  the world's  smallest performing elephantl  All free acts n�� PNE'65,  ������Sviwi-  SECHELT THEATRE  SECHELT, B.C.  PRESENTS WE HILARIOUS  PAJAMA PARTY  ar*��S��mw*��**��9it��t��t**yiW*** W*MKttW*l WWW**^ppl+^*��tl��W��^��**W*WWWlW^*t*��U.i��*��A  STARRING  Annetto Funlcollo  Tommy Kirk  Butter Koaton  Porothy Lamour  Guest appearance of  Frankio Avalon  August  Showtime 0:00 p.m.  ' i Imp  PNE '65 is a salute to  vVatwbuvery A great  fair in a grea|t city.  See the Livestock &  Agricultiiral Shows,  thd Flower Show &  the Teen-Age Fair.  See Fashion Shows  twice: daily In the  Horne Arts Building,'  $90,000 In Program  Pr&ea. We are giving  away a car a day;  Grand prize , ��� a  , .fully furnished dream  home.  20, 21,23  Phono BB5-9962  Soo tho now Emplro Stadium Show with the Ben Hur  Chariot Race, the Maori Dancers and many more  exciting acts. Something for everyone, Something  for you ��� at PNE '65. .  AUGUST21:SEPTEMBER 6 m  Pacific National Exhibition WfR  yanccu \w ctmr of ughxs ��t * mmrxim a  .>*��  !  I  fe  t;  w  vmnmmiMH********'**!^^  __^_��_��_��j-^.jI-l:^ <'���'"..'-*;'i1^*:ft*S--���f'3*'������  .��   -Pi.   '��--   trftfl   '**      ��\1  J"��*��.l ^fc*��i,��-***--.W-i-     ."*    ,^-Sjv.^"��<*>^i^,fcW,f8j-**"*V*I'W^  7.'*��7VllKr-V7 ./   7  I-  IT  4?qge 12^   Sechelt Peninsula Times    Wed.,/Aug. IB, *W65    Starts inZ-September.,.. .  ,.tfs*-  ���<*  ���J?  I  ;*  ������ <  pss�� course j  WS  ill  .   ���  *7  1  -  .for v,o___biH-l sdi����!  A ONE-YE AR training - course ��� to - meet. the - growing*- de- '<  mand for loggers in.the'province has been planned 1  by the department of, labor: in co-operation, withnttie  ���*���������*____    __#*"  ii-  <v  I  *. <V,   *  -.jfi.  *���   rife.  . . technical and vocational training branch > of * the; depart- k  **   *1-*-i   ment of education .and the .B.C. Loggers' /Association.^ i-  4  V  J>,  *>/  -.-*.   t-d-U1   %  f_  *>  et, .,  l,M4-iW-l  The course will start this fall  in Nanaimo, subject to approval by Ottawa of the cost-sharing scheme .under the Federal-  ProvinciaL -Technical- and- -Vocational Training, agreement.  If approved, the. course will  be conducted oh an experimen- ���  tal basis until March 31  and  continued if it .proves success- -  fid. . .  It will be the first time that  a -broad re-employment training has been made available in  the logging industry except for  that given trained skilled  tradesmen.  ON JOB TRAINING  Education Minister Leslie  (Peterson, who announced the  .new .course for loggers, said  the training would consists of  six s-weeks ..- pre-apprenticeship  training at the Nanaimo Vocational School and on-the-job  training in the woods for the  ^.remgiMsr,^  The pre-apprenticeship training will be.given by experienced loggers provided by industry and. paid for by the,government.  Industry ..has provided .more  than $50*000 worth-of^equipment-  that will be- used in a timber  stand near Nanaimo to be made  available by the B.C, Forest  Service:  The minister said the indus-  lems^edfxoms^ ^Ut!r��^^Mv^  tells me that 8,000 more loggers  hand, tools, .wood**species -and Z,  uses,  types  of logging .operations, "the use of wire > ropes]  power-saws, ihand���and_iaud}b)e l\  signals, -high lead rig-up etc. ~  Basic  fire,, 'suppression,   slash  burning and reforestation, .wilt  be covered,  and -safety rules -.  and. practices-emphasized.     .  a  mmmmm  m  mt  ^PJtQne'886'2116  vl'4^16 MhW  Cheek  Shirts &  Jeans  ^Shirts       ,  Sixes 12-16  Giant drum  : LOGKxING operator Vic Walters of Sechelt stands dwarfed by what is probably one of the largest donkey  ..drums in B.C.. Originally in use onSproatLake near Al-  ^berni, the donkey was used for logging off shoulders  -around the lake. Presently being '.rebuilt on the Porpoise  ���Bay site, the unit will finally be put-into use at Salmon  Arm operation.  is progress r^s  Neurasthenic exhausts  find word in terror  by Hayden Hughes  HAVING recently returned from a car trip, I feel qualified to -relate - the .merits (good* or -bad) -of road - tra-  veLjIti&not that the oi^__nai^dnv��r*willJha^  PAID $2257 PER-HOUR  During the remainder of the  year  the  apprentices   will  receive an additional 22 hours of  more advanced-training as well  as >-their -oh-ti.e-.ob> training.��/  They   will   receive   the   basic  salary .scale ^of��$2.57. per,hour;,  paid to*chokerm��n,;and at*th$ ,  end of the year will receive a  certificate.  -Applications 'for   the  course-  should be made in. per son or by  mail to:  The Director of Apprenticeship ;  and Industrial Training,  Department of Labor,  -4it'tdunsmoiir Street,  Vancouver.  B.C.  *���'  cleans  ..Sizes.12-16  Block,  Beige, *  Light Blue  4i95  Stimulate him to| otheripussuits  1 First we -must recognize*tiiat  Changes in our,-*��ociety caused  by theuautomobile-;are perma-  aent-and^irreversable. -One/ sex-  pertj- ,��ays7t the- Modern >����a;r:i  should be wew^'ta'the^Ughtvof,  *3Wars; vThe final ��irony will be  achieved, we*are; warned7when  everything;? is 'pavedsand: every  inch isifullijand: jtraffic ^seizes  up���immovable���solid!   Another  a continuum-r-man's.��attempt^o  jproblem is obsolescence.  transcei*lKthe*a3*iers of space    )iThis^ t^as iWiaae ifluite, clear  and timfe. It began^with-rsfoot  travel, ;hor:se, - rail, car, ��vair-  plariev��' missile, -fsatellite, "and  electronic contact,  - Then statistics for the year  5S02 ishow. that (Ae-lUS,-' birth  ra.te-;vvas ifoursi millionxwhile, -factory; sold ;passenger cars  'amounted . .to seven .million!  Think.(J (ThiStr,expert; ^likens an  automobile1 to a new. form of torn oftthe*heap!  living   prototypes.  .on * our--recent-> trip-where auto  igraveyaEds.vwere^veryi much) in  .,evidcnce^ ,sOne- such Jplace. displayed car cadavers piled thrse  high, fpw;;ivdde,7and a-good  halfrmtte long.- A yery consol-  ing7si_ht indeed! Vl thought I  spotted v my exact, model and  make (my very own oar) Just  lefti of'centre, right-on, the. hot-  are needed to take care of  normal expansion and that the  -��� demand will be even greater  as the- many-^puip ��� mills come  into-production," he said "Forestry- is our real bread arid butter and is entitled to a share  of the money we are spending  on vocational training."  NO AGE LIMIT  an  GOLDfJN  Agers'   Day   at  the  PNE&iSiplanned for Thursday, &  August 26, this year and r free  . admission to the a grounds ; w.dl  be ;in*%itect for all pensioners  -;t.uitfil^p;in.- ������������ '���-������.  Mr. Roily Reid, chairman of  the  Transportation; Committee  of   Seehelt   OAPO   Branch M  ��� ;has. ireceived .this .information  from Mr. J. 0. Evans, of .the  '-PNE. .-;"'������;���������"   '--���-������������^ -lw  , , Mr., .Evans ,also, states  that  ifi  .otherj vforms  of .entertainment .s  are available to senior,citizens,  ^free(Offcharge,>such,as admi-j*  sion to the '-Hobby "Show, *Sta* 4  SP0RT SHIR  by 'Mr. California'  Sna�� Tab--Button Jtowni  Sizes 14-18  The course will be .open to i?^Mm^h<ny;.'a^,;,Rac9..^TTack,-.to-  physically fit students  leaving    gether with" a' special outdoor*  species   for  Natural:*phenomena,, he says;  point to 'ah elaborate spectrum  of?, relations ,between species.  They vary from co-existence  through (mutual aidr and by degrees to -complete iparasitisn)^  andslavery.  It Is, too,.essential to understand 1 the,, main,. purpose of the  jnodern car. It is not,, tspecifically,,, to move people from  glace to place, but "toM provide '  ihem with, a, socially ;acceptable outlet for .psycho*sexual  ^ceds/Perhaps this helps to explain the jnodern young' driv-  drsV .attempt to change <hls  inode of transportation a to' stilt  his personality.  UNDER AiDOLLAR  i If yom have .(been - following  the auto (advertisements, \there  ip little .doubt ns ta tho best  gallic for ..your 1 money, Thc  modern car, price-;! at well un-  <|cr n dollar per pound ls<\ ap-  narently, tho best you can-get.  i Itogardlhg-our 1 highways,.they  linvo ,been Ukened .to  a > lava  BRIGHT SIDE  ���riut there vis a bright side  .and a description��� of two of the  latest models will be bound to  .prove it.7They ,are the -luxurious, Oedsel,. a; touring car,, and  the SM Gran.Praecox sports  job.   The   Oedsel   has   flowing  school to unemployed employ  ables if they appear to havc  some aptitudev There will be  no specific age restriction and  no particular educational requirement.  Mr. Peterson said the Nanaimo Vocational school could  -start, 20 students in the.ipre-  apprentlce'ship ,j>^rt7 of the  course every 4wo weeks and  /turn out a total of 480 apprentice loggers: per |,year.  Studentsi.will.receive a basic  knowledge t in the phase <. of log  .theatre presentation.  .Presentation   of, .membership  card for any old age-organization; \viU, suffice to sgainadmit-  ,'tarice. but members must register:, and > tvyo, registration areas  will be set up, both 1 near Hast-  .>ings(Stireet, one at the south-  (twost-'n.coiiper?6f,.. the Manufacturers Building and. the other at  ithe   south-oast 'corner   of   the  Modern living Building.       ;  Special provision is made j for  r those, travelling^ in chartered  abuses and Mr. flbeid has*char-  line's  civinc the annearanceV of    gingi industry (known as rigging, , t��red; a;bus for Sechelt mem  S^���*$a IS-  -'-    yarding and loading. Inthe,prei,bert.,More rtetalls.will.be given  strength and ^maturity.  Its interior, virgin vinyl and  stainless   steel,   is   completely  ���upholstered allowing one {to  drive   around   in, xHvlng-womb  t comfort. This model comes  complete with-a Rorechac|i absorber, system and over-sized,  self-adjusting -brakes. \The libl*  do-matic 'transmission^ tension-  .actiow stabilizer bar, and high*  repression-ratio. engine are pro-  ducta (Of,a I half-century,��of ach*  iovements.  . The: SM Gran >J?raccox sporls  canJs.equaHy as great, 1 only (in  anothcr7dhection,  , It comes, complete with in  Passlon-8 englno and arin*  Avrenehin^, 'iw^pccd V .Ktej^o  shift. .If .you're mot (used to it,  tho. M ��� uninhibited    neuranthcnic  apprenticeship." p a r t   of   the .at the next general meeting to  course, both,atTschool, and in. ;,be''tic'rd'',at'q:2(-30Vp,in.''ln(Stt;>HU-'  , tho   timbier  stand,,.instruction da'?''' Anglicah   iphurch   Hal(,  will be given in the safe use of August 1��.  ]        ,      flow, .over-expanding, .irrovor  ;,,'..'{ ^    rpfleptcd In driverfl' frustrated   en you as ydu whip In and out  ; ;^7     >,,   desire   to   occupy   the   same :of tritfflc.*Once'1 strapped\tti the  i  ,, efraco as another car,, often at isprlnglessi floor-seat by aimtrn*  the same time. ,fcfli4 out?on thoj cle-cprd   Umbllo-bcU, you  arc  drawing board ill, becomes simple logic; put In tho hands of  t\ harried driver and it Ja n  potent problem;  ��Highway construc|tlon,'too, Is  *���-'���>  , guaranteed a , ride of pure  ��gonyl i Imftglno, you cam customize the thing,with n. Rally.  Pac, t featnring tlcometer, .auto*  mfltlc choke, .and ���Ttirquemnda  ffo far behind car,, production ,< converter,  that accurate prediction brings TNovcr before has sucli n com-  un etid'to,im��in's,flnn<jAH��f��tyion \j>leta, and .versatile'torture me*  tho  road   within  lhe  next  50 , chanlsm been produced.  DRESS  PANTS  ,SI-c�� 12-16  Black - Grey r Cha Olivo  Childrens Special Saturday tvXdtinee  Topkapiand Part W'LoWPIanet  T-SH|RTS. ,12-18........  BRIEFS - 12*16   .1,25  ..1.0Q  ���7P  77'1  )  -f��."��M.'.H   *   ,.,  ����#*i ^w^����iJ��Ui4i^**i^U��H*Atiii^^  .',ir.  M ��� r,-;*"I ]    u  lr   1  (tr  )  t   A'  ��Mr>����#Mr>i,Jw��w��mm����<v-  -* I      i  Wed./Aug. 18, WB& Seehelt Peninsula Times J f age 13  77^'  "_l  .P1*'  d     7- �� 4��^  C4i?^^^^4^^  vmffiffim  I *-jfil---A ��� **.   .n,.* �����������>^^^i     *7^,,fs^H.  m   '-*������ i'"fiVT   "^     1 7" ' .' 7 " '        v v-     ,   >'  j       ,    jSr ' . m v v k/ . -..-^ _   'jv^_ ^   -      *      . ,.v ',,., .._-_ *.   - ���>; 7-     f . *      /        " ]     ?���   *  \4 >7    r'\A)t   '\        "IK  a*A< xZ^cAA'Aa' "��� 7  >l-\    * V       ' -V        -       ��      (  .   y^JjU- i���  S&j;.^ -v  IP  -ft *  i  i  Si.  '<    Jj>Vs:    i,  W^v.  t, ��*v  JEHNt  <7i7r  / ���     H  Af\  k'   >  *' /  *i *f   >'. r    <-  / ���       V  y  V#?  -*3,  p  I  i  w  I  I j��>i*w��*rtsMiai*iB)ih***��-i^iwiv, |  ���^.,  3 LINES FOR 5CK  (15 wordr or groups of figures)  3 HMES FOR $1.00  (Except Commercial Ad^Briefs^  A Book-keeping chorge of 25c is added for Classified Ad-Briefs  not- paid- before publication day  "'  ������SSi  ^Jiwied  LOWEST COST ADVERTISING ON THE PENINSULA!  �� i   Pender' Harbour,; Port Mellon/ Gibsons: residents may  t , ,     ,     , ( t  ���|0 Wj: tsI2AVE;"YOU^  |��SS��^  '!>���'  I .,J����S��J|rti��** WW*'��fi*iS*.!!V����*��>!^S*i��lS^! it** WBt*  ���'. .. '  --'tfT't   * ���.rriwVj.*^-- *     ^i  ���**��� *  ���_,   t-U-. ���*-& Jt-i^A*"'!;  I it* I *^ j-*   1 hi  ��$  ^yi  M-  ^   *K _ -^^v-**-, j^5 ���S'*-*tL�� ^'--A-v +.fi V ^^ "JV-S *"i*V:  *-*"-?..i.S5t��  ��,-     ���"fa**** ��  A^ A^^i^W-3��-^^AV*^��>^V5^*lt. U��-��'<fJ^*-??jdC  ' ir.  Page 14    Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wed.,    Aug. 18, 1965  Roberts Creek meet . .  4*  Cat*  2,  P  ���^i/Jteh   <*****j*i l'i'����A*(i'- -7.  -^   *   ,��_  US?  *<  ^.^^^fl  " -M  HI  ��**  Old boat, new skin  KNOWN originally as the George Walkem when she operated around Vancouver  waters for 35 years or more, this tug was acquired by Vic Walters Logging operation two years ago and renamed the Trader Vic.. A novel renovation carried out  by Cliff Salihub was completed last week. New steel planks were moulded to the  old structure, welded together and the old wooden planks removed. Metal planks  were then welded from inside for added strength. A new 200 hp catapillar motor was  installed this week and the tug should be ready for launching today.  ���-        ' , _y *e -"      ij��r-J!jr-< ���  _ -Jt"*-1-^    ���*-        ,,1-bJ- J I  m.-��� '���'(.?:zr...\ .>i|   s    '        !  lp. v     t*l -"���-���vH     11  Changes planned  at General Synod  PLANS for increasing the effectiveness of the Anglican  Church of Canada's General  Synod will be considered whin  that body���the "parliament" of  the    church���meets    Aug.  fcD-  iB ������        j i. ��� ��� _'    "   1 li.    I1 ' I     .     \ '  v.-  r J    UK  <_       .-��_*-   At    __k *'  ��lU4,  -.  Sturdy lines  THIS VIEW of the bow of the Trader Vic clearly shows  the welded air box which encircles the vessel. The  innovation will allow easy manipulation of logs by allowing crews to work at water level.  Sept. 2 in Vancouver.  The standing committee on  organization proposes that General Synods be held every two  years Instead of triennial!/.  The committee also would reduce by one-third the membership of the General Synod's  Lower House which now consists of about 300 delega-.es. divided equally between clergy  and laity. The Upper House,  comprising some 50 active at.d  retired bishops, would remain  unchanged.  Election of the Primate of  the church will be made in future by General Synod if another proposal of the committee is adopted. At present the  Primate is elected by the synod's Executive Council.  Sign on a maternity shop:  "Peachy clothes for pear-shaped ladies."  1 '  W' fc()*!k��J��**t��iHlj��*l>*i'*��W,"*fi.  OUT  !IPP��  p t'vmM&M#*wm<^'*<t^yww*&*wtou&'imi  R BINGO - FOR ALL  at HACKETT PARK  SATURDAY, AUGUST 21  7s3Crp:iVI~( WEATHERnFElMlfflNOj  4ta#Ntiti^MMtt!��tM^ ��� .-^HSdl-.  THE SECHELT RECREATION COMMISSION INVITES BINGO  ENTHUSIASTS'.FROM ALL OVER THE PENINSULA TOATTEND  THEIR FIRST GIANT OUTDOOR BINGO,  Prizes Galore  Saturday, August 21  Locil Vnifarians told  liqeor kws anfipated  TREATMENT of alcoholism was discussed by executive director of the Alcoholism Foundation of B C,  Mr. E. D.~Macrea~at the-Unitarian-sponsored -publiC-  meeting held in Roberts Creek, last Thursday.  It  was  revealed during the    ���  discussion which fallowed the  meeting that Alcoholism is excluded from benefits provided  under the British Columbia Medical Plan. This condition is  covered by other medical plans  said Mr. Macrae. The foundation charges a small fee of  $15 for treatiment.  Statistics quoted by the -director 'repealed that there are  22,400 .ahttholics7in B.C. and  of the 5jOW> hoirieless men who  frequent Vancouver's ^S fci~d  Road there are7t;00O hard core  drinkers. Impaired drivers arrested in Vancouver last year  numbered 1,000 and 50 to-60  per cent of the motor accidents  are caused by drinking drivers.  The Foundation is a private  society which receives financial help from the. B.C. Government and clinics have been established in Vancouver and  Victoria with a travelling clinic operating in the Kamloops-  -Okanagan area. There seems  to be no solution to the problem of Alcoholism which is a  disease, said Mr. Macrae; modern-drugs-^ administered-under-  medical supervision can remove a person's desire for alcohol but not the emotional tensions which ��� caused alcohol to  become so necessary.  The work done by the Alcoholic Anonymous Society was  highly praised by the Director  who remarked that these people are dedicated and on duty  24 hours per day whereas the  people employed by the Foundation were professional: and.  on duty for a limited number  of hours per day.  Many people felt that the  pushing of drinks in beer parlours did little to improve the  problem -and jevision of the  antiquated liquor laws would  also be beneficial.  There's nothing of such long  duration as picture slides of  THEIR vacation.  JMWMIMWIIMWMVMMMMllMWWIIMMIWIMMWl  No Cents  In Waiting  . . .Let  The Times  Classified  Make You  ��� Money!  The Times  Phone  885-9654  *��wvwwwwwwnwwiMWMiiii-.-��*  *w*"*<>'M*'>w>'www'��''wwi��)W��MVM>iwMwy^^  THE PENINSULA'S MOST EXCITING  ANNUAL EVENT IS HERE AGAIN.  PLAYDAY ON HORSEBACK  RACES - JUMPING - GAMES  SUNDAY, AUGUST 29th  7" vvvv 11 ;0p am. to 4:00p.m.  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre  (Field at Rear)  GIBSONS  v    SPECTATOR ADMISSION TO GROUNDS:  AduIts 50c -~ Children Under 12 - 25c  Programmo 10c  1  ENTRY FORM FOR CONTESTANTS:  Name of rldor ,.,,.. Horse's name   Address ..v.,,7 .'...',.,-.     Phono... ,..���.   Event!  p Horsomonihlp-^-ia and un*  dor,  Cash' prize awards to  1st, 2nd and 3rd,  iQ Tho Sack, Raco ������ Ribbon  awards to 1st, 2nd and 3rd,  p Tho Stake Raco���Cash prljro  awards to 1st, 2nd and 3rd,  p J unlor ��� Jumpinnv ������ 16 and  under, Cash prl*a' awards to  - I st, 2nd and 3rd,  *p,_.Tho...Patata.Raco-���-i Ribbon-  awards to' 1st, 2nd and 3rd,  P Tho Barrel  Race -���Cash  pr\ie avrordi, to 1st, 2nd and  .      3rd.    ...  a  a  b  IT  p  Hats and Saddles Race ���.  Ribbon awards to 1st, 2nd.  and 3rd,  Costume Class .���, Shotlands  or ponies 12 hands or undor,  Cash .prize award to 1st  place on|y, 1  Senior ,.Jumping -*-*> Cosh  prlzo awards to 1st,' 2nd and  3rd,  Polo Bonding ��������� Cosh PrUe  awards to 1st, 2nd arjd 3rd,  Musical Tiros ---* Ribbon  awards to 1st place only.  Entry Fcoj^V,&0 for all events except tho Senior jumplno.  $2,00 for all events Including |ho Senior Jumping,  Entry forms must bo completed and In by noon Saturday, Ai'Qiist  2|9t, l?65, as all entries thereafter will bo considered post entries  and charged double the above ��tatod amount,  -    ' \  Entry forms may ho mailed or brought In to olthor Mr, Dave Hopkins, entry clem for the'Playday, Royal Bank of Canada, Sunnycrest Shopping Centre, Gibsons, or to Mr, Charles English, chairman  of tho Show Committed for tho Plqydoy, R,R, No, I, Gibsons, D.C,  ...A ������  ��*3M*Wt*ll*WS��*l  .7....  ^lt'/|M   i *i**m*     #.i *i( N^i W* Wr-       *.*   11        '     * i ��� ���"   ( "     ���   *'  w*��lMtMW*��*<**f^^WfeJ��^4HM.WJ irJt **����  ,<fi*  t, *^*ii^ft^_i/*^^*.H'V��^*^**��t#fc|M*^'t-   H t  *r an*..  *i-^J��^J-i-*_��V "WftW**   WUAa <ni��**M-'--.-r*    *��y  ���*-lkl4H-#  ���*��urtuV'*tb ***** (U~  r  ���*,    ^ ���"���       tyj-v  ,0,^  ���*\*  ��r_��  ��_ v- w��*-mjf*'ft>*'*r-��ri..2-.  t !fr  /    *  "tt^M ifc  Wed,, Aug. 18,1965    Sechelt Peninsula Times ,;Page 15  September ^event . . .  iV��  n j*  ��!��t  .**���.��>��**���--   - ^  the  Happy anglers  CAMPBELL River and other popular fishing areas  proved a dead loss as far as these fishermen were  concerned. As a last resort they journeyed "to Sechelt  and tried their luck at Porpoise Bay and "bingo" three  fine salmon. Patricia, left, her dad Ron Murray and  mom, Mrs. Alberta Murray, are from Watsonville, California. There was also the story of the one that got  awj|y but Mr. Murray preferred .to ioi^et the ..incident!  Popular figure ...  Freight lines pioneer  interment on Peninsula  BODY OF a well-known *one-time residenfewassibrought  , back to, the Peninsula for burial this vveek. Wilfred  Scott, who died in Burnaby on August J4,mas7born in  England 60 years ago and came to Canada as a young  man. He worked on farms in Ontario iand at ."Goyan,  Saskatchewan, where he met and married; his wife Lena.  Coming outito the \yest coast       around   1841.   he   settled   his    Powell River,  family 'in Dream Valley, Pen- ' "  der Harbour, while ��he worked 'Seven years ago Wilf.soM  as a feller in Vancouver Bay. his business to the Powell River  He later moved to -Halfmoon 7Freight Lines and moved, to  Bay   where   he   homesteaded    Burnaby,   where,   struggling  and became distributor ior the.'  Shell Oil- Compan^; He gowned  i\ small truck which he *usetf  for dellvoring milk from his  cows and for a spare time  pick-up   service    ���  This was the boglnnlng of a  business which developed into  the Wilf Scott Transfer,,,witli  four big freight trucks operating   between   Vancouver   arid  courageously, against falling  health, lie -ran a small trucking  business, ' '  .It Is .perhaps appropriate that  Wilf Scott's body is "being'  ^brought back to the Penlnsu'.a  ifor interment close by thc ronii  along which, day after day*  ;tra vol..! the great trucks ���;, of the  pservlco, which his energy and  .initiative founded. '  ������' '     :    '       ���' ������ ��� �����  >WM��S��^'*WH!i,*��s>*i#*tiW*S^'"Wt'  *MHtM Mi islii-h��UiMW��l  buy life insurance? TSecAuse it's the one  Huro investment that .provides bpth im-,  mediate nnd future ^-security. No ono  Jcnbw'8 when death will strike. V.; but yon  and your (family can be-prepared financially no matter what happens, Call:  For further  information  wrlj^to^  Box 381  SECHELT,  .      .    :       U��Vf��  ffi��wtt*s��jwrt*.-Mi  ���*#&!"���**��*( *W��Ht  Brya.n B.  Purklnihaw  Robert I, Ma  TIIR  ��� '<�����������  ."{'!   *CHn ������'-'������  885*4413  FestivaL  7  scheduled for Gibsons  ���PLANS for, a vtwo-evfining festival'of Norman McLaren's  ���4 films^at Gibsons on.Sept. 21 and 22 are well underway. This festival will feature the works of the internationally famous National Film Board film artist, Norman JVIcLaren*. For over 20 years his works have won '*��� '  major awards at. film-"festivals all over the world. f ���  ' One^ of ids most coveted -a- j���; ������; ; ���* ,  r    f; -  wards .is an /Oscar' awarded", .week_ prior ^ the festival./This       " I *  Ior his film WaiftbouistojSS^H^^ a-* -    % \  ���^te-MeBaTen-FilirrTestival Z^^fe have fieeii'displayed- out- 4^  is being sponsored by School  District No, 46 (Sechelt), the  Royal Bank of Canada and the  National Film Board of Canada.  The festival will be held in  the - Gibsons Landing Elementary School auditorium.  Marguerite *Roozeboom, accomplished animation artist  from Vancouver has been selected to present the films. Mrs.  Roozeboom will explain techniques which Norman McLaren uses to achieve the many  unusual and varied effects in  his films.  A large number of McLaren's major film awards will be  displayed in the Royal Bank  at  Gibsons- for  two  or  three  ���side1 olf -Montreal, where  NFB headquarters are.  Art students at the Elphinstone Secondary School competed in a poster contest before  school .terminated in. June. The  ^ student designing the best poster will be awarded a prize of  $25.00 by the Vancouver International Film Festival. Most  iposters submitted will be-displayed at various places in the  Sechelt .area ito -publicize the  event.  - Look for other new items a-  bout the McLaren festival in  future issues of this newspaper.  You know-where you went on  vacation,, but what about the  .money?  **  rt  t  GIBSONS FIREMEN  WATER SPORTS  PROGRA  FOR  AUGUST 22nd  Time: 1:00 p.m.  MUNICIPAL FLOATS, GIBSONS  PROGRAM 1st PRIZE  1. YOUNGEST SWIMMER      CUP  2. RACE ��� Boy*<8;9)��� Girls (8-9) :._ -. TROPHY  3. NOVELTY. RACE (12-14)    CASH  4. RACE ��� Boys (10-11) ���.Girls 01O-11)  TROPHY  5. RACE ��� Boys (12-14) ��� Girls (12-14)  _J. ."....TROPHY  6. NOVELTY RACE ��� (8-11) _    CASH  7. DIVING ��� Boys (10-14) ��� Girls (10-14) TROPHY  -8. DIVING ��� Combined -15 and over)  _     CUP  97N0VELTY RACE ���* (15 and over)  CASH  TO. ROW BOAT RACE ��� (10-14)   .7  CASH  11. LOG ROLLING*-- Adults only  CASH  12. DISTANCE SWIM ��� (15 and over)  CUP  13. NOVELTY JOUSTING IN SKIFFS (adults only) must be fully clothed CASH  14. COMBINED RELAYS���(Pick your own team of 4) ��� No one over 18 CASH  15. WAR CANOE RACE BY Y.M.C.A.,... ........J, -,..,.-...  --- CUP  TROPHY PRESENTATION  Tho above programme hai been lupporfod by donation, from the following builneis osfeiblUhmcnts  and organUatloni,   , r \  Ewarf McMynn Realty  'HowoSound 5-IOc Storo  Hill* 'Machine Shop  Gordon *-*Kcnnott Ltd.  'Gibsons1 Radio Cabs  Walt Nyorcn Sales  Gibsons Hardworo  wnmwi lvr.u$o��.ur.uos  Smltty's Marina  Coast News  Fishers Taxi  .Co-op Storo     ,  Marino Men's Wear  Al's Used Furniture  Gibsons Barber Shop  Gibsons Oakery  ., Earls Aocnclcs  Thrifteo'Dress Shop  Welcome Co fo  i^      .Kens'Foodland  >    Peninsula Cleaners  it.'  J    .  ���mt$&lw^<'>&>^!*M<ftot*>^^ fcti-'  K, Butler Realty  H.R. MdKlbbon Irtc.  Gibsons Boat Works  Kelly's Garbage Sorvico  Gibsons Shell Sorvico     ,  J & 0 Furniture 6Y Appliances  i, H, G. Drummond Insurance  ^GllJ^^DuJIdlQflJ^irolloj.  Gibsons Girl Beauty Saloi  Shell Oil Co. of Canada  Nevens TV Solos fi, Service  Helens Fashion Shop  L|ssl Land Florists  A. E. Ritchey Bulldoilng  Gibsons Plumbing  Flnlay Realty  Hill Top Building Supplies  Peninsula Plumbing  Gibsons Electric  Danny's Enterprises  Hilltop Motors  >��**M��?iii**��BRS*s!*MWliWB*'S* I  I and S Transport  Midway Storo  Ken,Mac Ports  Irwin Motel  Gibsons Automotive  Brian's Drive-In  Royal Canadian Legion  Todds Drygoods  DrG," DoQglaS Vor(6ty~"  McPhcdran Electric  Don's Shoe Store  ��� Sunnycrest Motors'  Coin Drycleonlng  Charles English Ltd.  Walts Contro Service  Supor-Valu No, 23  Donny Wheeler (Esso)  Andy Vanderhorn  Roy Newman Plumbing  Sechelt Peninsula Times  3��  iZ  z  riShwu-ift���,''yl \fjtJi^^'si>t^^ms^^/mrm*i^ii  :Z���r.A^., '   ..^^twfc"*^^^^ <,"  ^ ^v**-* * ** w1j^Ba4:^.w^.^r.v.f-is,r.'1^- ^"* ^ VI*-,'     .ay*^**- vwup.i(^H* V ^ w* V. j,*��#?rii ��. ^WguA.v^^  A;  4   A  '  ,* I  : /  \  *  'V,  *5*~.  *>>  ft -^-.I'l^ w--  Todd's Drygoods  Children and .  Infants Wear  Ladies' Sports  Wear  Motors  The Service Station  with everything for  the Motorist  D. 6, DOUGLAS   Variety & Paint*  KEYSTONE KfY-fJul  Narrow and Wide Ruling  THREE 79c PACKAGES  (You Save 78c)  SUPER-VALU  Buy Better  Save More  Don's Shoe Store  ������ i    ��� ���   \    '''���;.      ' ��� ��� .   / "     "���  .7 i ��� ,   .  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