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 ��-^*�� v^v���*��*->-i-*t *����.*���* *  ��  O  M  &  CO  1 Wa-Jf ^.T^-* Jl^f^*<^V^1��Hi����^**i��"ri-rfV(,*>*M '  irfJJ^rCU *��   *��jif  -1 ��PM*lV*4f?W'-'--'   ^  Serving the Sunshine Coost, (Howe jound to Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon/Hopkins Landing, ^ranthani's Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Creek,  Wilson Greek, Selmo Pork, Sechelt, Holfmoon Boy, Secret Cove, Pender Harbour, Madeira Pork, Kleindale, Irvine's Landing, Eorl Cove, Egrnont.-tW WEDNESDAY, AUG. 11/ 19615   HQc  ��� Authorized as second class  _. mail by "the Post Office-  IP       Department, Ottawa.   ' -  Vefiiclelvrecked ^w  over  in early mishap Trailer Court delayed  by absent colors  FOUR people escaped serious  - injury~when a car went out  of control, and flipped ever at  Wilson Creek at about 3:50  a.m. last Saturday.  Driver of the .vehicle, Douglas Fraser, age 37,��of Burnaby  has been charged with driving  without due care and attention  and will probably appear in  court this week.  ' His companions were Mavis  Cook of Gibsons, Dianne Webb  of Sechelt, and Gary White of  Gibsons.  "The car, a 1956 Ford, was a  total wreck and-.was the property of Gary White.  The three passengers were  treated for shock and minor  cuts and injuries, but Fraser  was unhurt.  DESIRE'of a localrnan to establish a trailer court; in  the .Porpoise. Bay area suffered a further setback  last, week"' when two, members1 of Sechelt Council iailed  to appear at the regular .meeting.- - "   _ ���  Chairman Christine" Johnston    ��� ; 7- ''  expressed her regrets that re-  zoning of the property could  not be dealt with due to the  absence of councillors Swain  and Lang. It would therefore  have to be held over until the  next meeting.  Coun. Benner agreed it w?s  an unfortunate situation and  said it was a state of affairs  which could go on and on.  "Taxpayers put their faith in  the    elected    representatives,"  he said, "it_is up, to them ta  fulfill that faith and turn up."  Payment to the road pavers  Scotland and Adamson was also  held up due to the' absence of  Coun. Lang who as roads  chairman has to approve completed work and co-sign the  cheque.  The clerk again appeared eager to pay the account but admitted a few small jobs remained to be completed.  Coun. Benner questioned a  stretch of sidewalk not touched  on Inlet which he stated Com^.  Lang had promised to have  flushcoated with" the other  work. He warned hostility could  be anticipated if this work is  not carried out as promised.  The chairman expressed the  PLANS for the. '"'Playday on Horseback" are forging   ��Pini��n fbai toe absence of two  C ahead and it hasihow been announced the grounds   me��>bers created quite a prob-  ..wji^^^ admis  sion c^'arge^'^C'-'ior'aidtdts and725cfor cmidren.  A refreshment .stand will will  Great attraction  Playday on horseback  major annual project  again be operated by Saddle  Club Mothers, _ programmes  will be available at the gate  and -ample parking will be  found en the Sunnycrest Shopping Centre.  ,;Events,^cr the*-day include;  A class fbr horsemanship, 18  years and under, starting at 11  a.m.   Main--programme-- com-  -   7Twice a winner    77* A    ;_-.-*  VACATIONING at Irvings Landing proved a profitable  event for Mrs. Renee Quinn of Vancouver, for not  content*with landing this fine 30-lb. spring, she followed  up next dayvwithan even better catch by winning SI ,000 mences at i2*noon with the va  ih the Sportsman Tobacco contest. She is seen with rious games which include:  her host Mrs. Joyce Lee, who assists with the monster Sack race, stake race, Poh-  ��isl-_ ' to. race, Barrel race, Saddles   - 1���: ; .   arid  Hats  race,  Pole  bending  and Musical Tires.  , An added attraction this year  will 'be a costume class for  Shetland-* or ponies ' 12* hands  or Under. They will be shown  in hand; under saddle or driven,'  but must be costumed,  Junior jumping will be limited to ages 16 and under. Jumps  ANOTHER request for steps to a private property by   not to exceed 2', spreads not  a resident of Marine Drive, received little support   greater than 8' and to consist of  at meeting of Council of Gibsons, last Tuesday, Aug-   a coop, post and rails, stone  ust 3.  the -event of a jump off.  General- entry fee will be  $1.00 for all events except the  senior jumping. Fee to include  ���the senior jumping event will  be $2.00.,   . ,���     'ew    *. '  ���An .-expeiUenced judge has  been obtained from "Vancouver  !for. all events and" Maurice-  ' Hemstreet' cf Sechelt has a-  gain agreed to be master cf  ceremonies.  Additional information regarding the events may be ob-  ���see page 12 ing situation  lem and made things difficult  for council as a whale. "I have  a business too and although  there-are times when it is difficult to get away, I have to put  council affairs first," she said.  Coun. Gordon agreed & '���added that he too had been promised Gordon Road > would be  graded,, gravelled and. flush-  coated. "I now find the contractors who were to be approached-knew nothing of the  work," he said.  It was agreed a committee  meeting be called the next day  if possible with a view to  straightening out the road pav-  At Gibsons . .  Another steps request  thrown out by oouncU  Auto troubles  Letter from Mr. J. H. Warwick, pointed out he had not  had a proper entrance to his  property since thc road had  bcen constructed, -and had had  to make use of a neighbor's  entrnncewny.  Coun. Jim Drummond ox*  pressed the opinion it was, not  responsibility of council to, supply steps, it', .was i'therefore  moved Mr; Warwick be notified  steps from property are con*  trolled by the proyincial depart*  ment  of highways.  ^Previous refusal to grant a  permit for a small homo construction by Mr. and Mrs, M.  Hauka, 'resulted Inassurances  by the couple that the building  would now Include a basement  with two rooms finished,  Coun, Drummond, still a little unhappy with the nature of  , the homo, suggested the permit  be approved, pointing out It Is  still 200 fiq, feet, floor a go less  Oilier councillors agreed wlthk  Coun,   prummond   but   gave  their approval,  j Provisional approval was also  granted to a subdivision propo-  ���,.,'���       ,    sal   by   Mr.   John   Alloc   of  ' Franklin   Road  who  said  ho  '< planned four lots with a lar.o  through.  Kir,   Aitleo   wan .advised   it  would bo necessary to obtain".v  survey and proper plans, to bo  submitted to council.  Coun. Drummond reported he  had hoped to arrange a further  meeting of thc airport committee but* although he had spoken  to Sechelt Coun. Swain, he had  failed to contact Coun. Lang,  also of Sechelt Council,  On the advice of Clerk Char* >  les Gooding, It' was agreed  council purchase two $1,000  bonds of the new government  issue, for reserve investment.  Following inspection by council, it has now been agreed to  close off the following road  ends which will bo surveyed  with a view to placing on the  market as salcuble lots, Thoy  are: northeast end of Seaview  Road, northeast end of Glen  Road and i northwest end of  Beach Avcnuo7  wall, triple bar and haystack..  Senior jumping will be open  to any ago, with .'jumps not to  exceed 3' and spreads not  greater than 12' on the first  go-round. Jumps  will  include;  Police give assistance  Siitil motorist iinpaire  FOLLOWING a complaint by a local resident, police ap-;  prehended a driver who was subsequently charged  with impaired driving.  Henry Paul appeared before  Magistrate Charles Mittlesteadt  last week in Sechelt and (was  fined $300 and  costs ot $7.50..  a^ gate, brush, coop, post and'   If was his first impaired drlv  rails, stone wall and triple bar.    ing offence.  Heights   will  be   Increased   in      Edward Albert Kolki, encoun  tcred auto trouble and stopped  to find the fault. An RCMP pa-,  trol car saw the motorist in  difficulty,- pulled up to give aid  nnd found him to be impaired/  Kolki, an American deep sea  sailor, appeared before Magi-'  strate Andrew Johnston last  Saturday and was fined $100  with a one-year driving suspension anywhere in Canada.  Kolki told the court he was  leaving the' country this week  to board a qhlp in Seattle.  30 DAYS JAIt,  Paroled from the Haney cor-,  roctlohal   institute   with   s i k[  months of their sentence loft,  ' Cameron Billlo and Kelly Joe,  were arrested  on the  Sechelt1  *)i- w^ti********^*!*^ IfmrnHf  say  fishing-good  PARKER'S   Resort,    Madeira 1  Park   reported   last   Sunday;  morning that a guest from Vancouver, Mrr Roy Rraftstrom had;  Just landed a 30-lb, salmon using a spinning reel and 30 lb.  test lino,..Shllcomb,.Lookout Ru��'  sort  also....reports..,.that, guests,  havo been landing some very  nice fish In tho'Pendor Harbour  area,  Boys only ...  1 r  Autographedfootballs  and B.C. Lions visit  ATTENTlON���boys only**-*This is your opportunity  to    watch a B.C. Lions football game and receive an  autographed football from the JB.C, Lions' team.  ���'<,' If you' ar> 10, 11, 12 or even 13-years-old, you may i^n'Reserve fast week when  havo a chance to represent the Sechelt Peninsula in a found to be intoxicated.  "Little Leo,'! Kick, Pass and Punt Contest., Appearing before1 Magistrate  On Saturday; August 14, an elimination contest will Johpston, thoy wero each sen-  be held at Hackett,Park, at 2 p.m. to determine whicb tenccd to so days in Oaka'.ia  four bovs (one from each croup) will be sent to New nnd warned that in all prob.,��i  New Westminster, Surrey, Coqultlam and Sechelt Peninsula will be held, ���,   ��� .  The winners of tho Zone Finals will then compote at  Empire Stadium oh August 29 for the Grand Trophy,  Tho final contest will bo hold prior to tlio B.C, Lions'  football game which will bo watched by tho contestants  who will also receive autographed footballs, So romem-  her boys, if you kick, pass or punt a football, be at  Hackett Park Saturday) August 14 at 2;Q0 p.m. Each *  entrant receives a "LUtlp. Leo" dealand ribbon,     '  A  *  At.  "I  i  B  v-  -I  i  z"  \\i i  1��'   ",  I  A,  \  ,<<>  ���bllUlerXbtoidfcrlnrtb^  on probation, thoy might find I  their parole cancelled and will'  have to complete tho remain- i  Ing six months of their sen-1,  tonco.  The magistrate told thorn ho'  had given thorn..every opportunity^.", and had, extended all tho  leniency ho Intended, Their next  appearance In court would have  serious cdnacqucpcoa,  ��*��*an*>Mlli��it���f uto-B*- #iW��-*i(ttiVM.  ���P.  ��� I  7'i  .vf***  s��,rf,* + W^,viL!*._,^*)..^  I 1 ���      '  ���   '       '     .        M  ��� . ��� - ��� 7   l|^.. i f -*t**"Vt*$;tftt��  Page 2      Sechelt Peninsula Times      Wed., Aug. 11,1965    REAL ESTATE  3  mmm��mmmxmmmmm��mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmMmmmmmMmmmmmmy  \  I^SimrPENiNSULA^ie-.    -, Telephone 885-9654       J  Published Wednesdays by the  Sechelt  Peninsula  Times  Ltd.,  at  Sechelt, BjC.  Gross Circulation 1450 copies  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line AdBriefs<15 words)  One' Insertion . ������_-���-.���-85c  WORK WANTED  Please phone evenings to  ROY'S LAND  Three insertions  :  Extra lines (5i words).,  Box Numbers, 7l_���  .1.70  _15c  _25c'extra  MOWING  Grass, hay, weeds, etc. From  20" to 5' rotary and sickle machine. - __  ROY BOLDERSON  Box 435 - Sechelt   885-9530  FOR carpenting. New and repair work.  Contact  V.  Mitchell 885-9582. 9784-tfn  LOST  ONE    Jade     Earring.     Main  shopping    area    of    Sechelt.  Phone 885-9416 or evening 885*  9732. 9812-34  HELP WANTED  If paid before publication, a discount of 25c per AdBrief is allowed. Semi-Display, Super-Display,  and Blue Chip Display 1.50 per  inch.  777 V 7^!*^S^Notices:  17c per count line'(5 words) first  Insertion, 13c pgr 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 typo-  graphical error, that portion of the  advertising space occupied by the  erroneous item, together with reasonable allowance for signature, will    ____==^_________   under   16,   preferably   older  person.  Phone 885-9583.  9815-34  ROOM and BOARD  ROOM and board available in  Sechettv ~ Gentleman   preferred. Phone 885-2017.        3805-35  Accommodation Wanted   ~  TEACHERS will be arriving  towards the end cf August.  Those interested in providing  accommodation for male or  female angle 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, B.C.,  giving full details as to what is  available and what rental will  be charged. The information  will beVkept on file and made  available to teachers on request. ��� School. District 46,  Sechelt, , ,     ; 9810-tfn  FOR RENT  WATERFRONT house in west  Sechelt,   six   rooms.   Phone  885-2887.* 98<#35  WANTED T<^ RENT  3 BEDROOM house dr 2 BR  with basement in Sechelt or  Wilson Cre?k:,, By Sept. 1st.  References supplied. Ph. 885-  2153.      |.7 �� 9790-34  FOR LEASE  EWART- McMynn, Real JSstate  and   Insurance.   Phone -886-  2166.   Res.   886-2500,   Gibsons,  B.C.,  7     7   -     ''" ; 3869-iin*  FOUR, room' house" on .water-,  front lot. Good harbour. Ph.  ���883-2398. " "9811-34"  CARS ond TRUCKS  1959 ZEPHYR, very good condition $825. Phone 885-2131.  -   , 9816-34  BOATS & ENGINES  14'   BOAT   with   windshield   &  sides with 30 hp Merc, outboard. Accessories. $350. Phone"  885-2845. 9813-34  FOR SALE  ONE Ashley Coal and Wood  Heater - -automatic -$49.00.  One VLarge Findleyi Oil ^Heater  with blower $49; One Small Oil  Space- Heater $39. Richters  Radio & TV, 885-9777, Sechelt,  B.C. 9819-34  McGULIiOCH Super 33  Chain  Saw  $85.00.   Phone  885-9335.  9781-34  FOR SALE (Continued)  OLD  style. 3  piece  bathroom  set. Good, condition $35.00. Ph.  885-9345 or 8%9519. 9818-34  WALT NYGREN Sales Ltd.  'now handling' handguns, rifles, and shotguns on consignment. Phone 886-9303, Gibsons,  B.C.   . wX     7858-tfn  - *���.  _  LEGAL NOTICES K  c��f the adveitisernerit will be paicl  for at the applicable rate.  A composition charge is made for  advertising accepted ond put into  production, but cancelled before  publication. Change from original  copy when proof is submitted to  customer is also chargeable at an  hourly rate for the additional work  required.  Subscription Rates:  10c per copy, 50c per month (by  carrier);  $5.00 year,  in advance.  Special Citizens $3 year.  Card of Thanks, Engagements,  Deaths, Births, InAAemoriam; Coming-Events, Etc. Per insertion (up to  40 words) $1.25; extra words, 3c  cach. 25c. Discount if paid before  publication.  BIRTHS  /MR. and Mrs. Reuben C.  Campbell are proud to announce  the  arrival  of a   son,  .Donald Collin, 6 lb V 133A oz.,  born July 26, 1965 at St. Mary's  .Hospital, Sechelt. A brother for  7 Debbie, Cathy and Cindy.  /:���  ���.....-...��� .:������������.  :;���-'���.'.���.:,��� 79821-34"  -HGES9  Form No. 18 '  (Section 82)  I4AND ACT _  Notice oi Intention to Apply to  Lease Land -  In Land Recording - District  of Vancouver, B.C. and situate  on North Shore. of Skookumchuek Narrows; '  Take notice" that Hans Hermann August Paid Behrish of  1698 West'6-th Aw., 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 of D.L.  5270 Gp. 1N.WJ). thence W  along high water mark 3  chains; thence N 10 chains;  ___mee__a.^M_baiB5-to7W���boun  Wedding Announcements  MR.   and   Mrs.   Reuben  Stro-  shein of Sechelt wish to announce the  marriage of their  eldest daughter Myona to Mr.  Jerry Mielke of Richmond, The  wedding to take place qn Aug.l  28, 1965 at the United Church,  Gibsons,   B.C. 9817-34  -MACHINERY  25 KVA automatic-controlled  Dorman Diesel Powelr PJantsl  Mounted on skids in as-new  ���condition. Replacement cost  SlO.OOO-plus. What offers? Write  cr    'phone.    Mix    Equipment,  ATTRACTIVE waterfront property for lease, modern 2  bedroorn home on 300 ft, ot  beautiful Waterfront, ' garage,  . boathouse, barn, 8 acres of  -��;<x>t ofCarrall Street, Van* fields and a stream7-excellent  ���couver 4, B.C. Telephone MU television reception, phone 885*  tS-0030 or RE 6*4830.       iWBtfn    2074. 9802-36  mM*^n*��;*M'vhKU<Ya^"<^a<.  2 NEW SUBDIVISIONS  WATERFRONT LOTS  Earls Cove Subdivision -������* adjacent to Earls Cove  ferry feipiinal pn the Sunshine Coast Highway.  Also���LARGE-VIEW LOTS  *it.(li��^il(*^*it^^��i^��B'*^Wli'  ^����j��<s|����wi����atiW^"*sJ��*iB<����t��i  Madeira Park Subdivision *��� overlooking Pender  Harbour and Gulf -*��� 10% down -*��� easy terms  7  on balance. Discount for cash.   .  FOR SALE BV OWNER  Paint - Fibreglass - Rope  Canvas - Boat Hardware  WALT NYGREN SALES   .., , , ���ubu,���*. ,,A.,:^,,,,  Gibsons", B.C.  Phone 886-9303  7857-tfn  USED TV 59V9S; Used Frig  $39.95; Used Auto Washer  $B9;95; Used OR Stove- $59.95.  Watch for big Used Furniture  Sale. Parker-'* Hardware,  Sechelt, BX. Phone 885-2171.  9820-tfn  JAY BEE USED  FURNITURE  Phone 886-2346, Gibsons  Next to Ken's Parking  Beer bottles. We buy and  sell everything  ' 9991-tfn  n 7.i'..in'-':'"'.' ''���'���'   *��� ���*��� 7  '; 1 ��� ���  ' .I'nn-.I.',',, ���'''''"        ,f i.  10 HP Onan Marine clutch,  shaft and pump ��125.00, Also  Briggs & Stratton 5 HP Heavy  Duty Propeller-shaft & stuffing  box $40. Walt Nygren Sales,  Gibsons, B.C. Phone 886-9303.  ������"������������."'������������" ���..''���������.'������������..".��� 9792-32  FOR SALE        v  Screened Gravel .��� $ 1 2  Top Soil ,���.....$;] 0  Roa<_ Material ..���,-..r._~. $5  '"' for 5 CU; yds. '":"':''  Bloc,k Septic tanks & Well,  Linings    at    rock    bottom  prices  A. SIMPKINS - Sechelt  ;������>'   Phone 885-2132  98l4tfn  BUV  and nave  on quantity-^  Smoke fish and fresh local fish  only. Plant at James Wharf.  Sechelt, 885-9721.       ,    7841-Un  Please phone evenings to  ROY'S LAND  dary of D.1..-S270; thence 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-Pnb. Aug U, 18, 25, Sept 1  PNE car a day  kg attraction  FOURTEEN  lucky   visitors  to  the 1965 PNE will drive home  in  brand  hew,   fully  licenced  1965, automobiles..,������  A car a day will be given  away throughout the" 1965 Pacific National Exhibition, which  runs from August 21 to September 6 and features a saliite to  "Vancouver���City ol Lights and  Flowers."  The cars to be given away  arc: a Dpdge 330 station wagon; a Dodger Polara -140 foiir-  door sedan;'a Dodge Polara 440  station wagon; a Dodge Polara  880 convertible; a Chrysler  Windsor four-door sedan; a  Chrysler Windsor convertible,  and a Crown Imperial four-  door hard-lop.  One car wilt be awarded each  night of the exhibition at 11-15  p.m., and, on the!final evening  of tho fair, winners will be told  which automobile they'll take  home,  Prize programs .containing  car coupons will be sold only  on thc PNE grounds,  Ray Chamberlin  New appointment-^  to School Board  SUCCEED1KG  Mr. Jack Phil-  lips   as   assistant   secretary-  treasurer of School District No.  46 is Air. Raymond G. Chamberlin of kadysmith. On finding  suitable    accommodation    Mi\  Chamberlin will be joined by  bis wife Vivian and two children Cathi who is sixteen and  wilibe In Grade 11 this year  and son Craig, fourteen years'  and going into Grade 9. The  Chamberlin's   older  jsan   and  __Uu3_htet-are-4joth married:  - The�� new; assistants secretary  brings a wealth of experience  to his position, having served  as school trustee for 16 years,  .where he was chairman of the  education     committee.     Also  chairman for five years of the  tadysmith,     Cftemainus    ^  Saltair Recreation Commission.  Mr; Chamberlin is extremely interested in education. e$-  pecially   in, the   occupational  classes, where he states young  people in the Ladysmitb School  District had been aroused from"  a  stale of  apathy  by   taking  courses to adapt their potential,  resulting in their eager participation in courses leading to rewarding careers. The co-opera-  tion   of   industries   and   merchants in thc area had contributed greatly to the success of  the project by providing practical experience for the students,  in many fields.  7   ST. JOHN'S  UNITED CHURCH  Wilson Creek, B.C.  Sunday School--9;45 a.m.  Divine Worship���I);15'a.m.  Led by Mi&s H. E. Campbell  '*������������,.  Except on 2nd Sunday each  month  Family Service-^-;) I; 15 o.m.  Divine Service���--3:30 p.m.  Led by Rev, W, M, Cameron  Sunshine Coast  Gospel Church  (Undenominational)  Sunday School 10 a.m.  Church Service  11:15 a,m,  'PASjpRREY.s! CASSELLS  Selma Pork Community Hall  Si  ,t*ipiiH,'MMaai/�� m -ms/iM w**a*-,��Wi-B. >  ��� 't^*i|ir;fc)ti|'-!t��l*������JWM4ll��'  FOR  O.SLADEY^Madeira Park, B.G.  Phone 803-2233 or phone North Vancouver   985-4934   ^  =PSf|  BETHEL BAPTIST  CHURCH  SECHELT  SERVICES  Sunday School��� 10 ��,m.  Church Servlco ��� 11 ��13 a.m.  Prayer - Wednesday 7j30 p.m.  PASTOR  REV, A. WILLIS  You Ore invited to attend  any fbr each service.  The  Anglican Church  OF CANADA  Kcclor Rev. Jnn.cs JR. Fcrstisson, B.A., L.th.  ��w5flj|B*|c��!!*i|ifl*!��w*i m>wiiiMtoiiwti**mi*ii<^^  ROY BOLDERSON,  Box 435; Sechelt; B.C.  Phone 885-9530  7005-Wn  Phoncv885*97y3  Sunday, August 15th, 1965  ST,, MARY'S���GARDEN BAY  Communion���11.00 a,m,  CHURCH OF HIS PRESENCE  Evening Prayer,..3:00,p.m.  ��� STr HILDA'S���SECHELT  Evening Praycr~-7:3() p.m.  Hsiaf��**(iJ^wiBii((l*a.��w'w#��K,i t  iwtm*bm*m mMtrntymmmt**  wjm^^ihi*  vfitm  ���taBi.*v'f r4 ��>*'fl Hw  1 at i^Mt fn^^ �����< t ���   *��'* ~* ��^'��-.v,w. ^ *o (������**���"-*��� -n it  ,   V** -��**  rf^-A"*1''-*���i/i*"1 ���*"-   i(���*-  ���-T'-.��--*J*  :-j,,.  Wed, Aug. 11,1965      Sechelt Peninsula Times      Page 3  Egmont Eye  -���by John Duniop  AROUND~town���-Gene Berntzen is busy installing a new  . engine in his water-faxi ,Popandi\ A 200 hp, Chrysler Imperial Eight will replace the former 135 hp Crown  Special, and give the Papandi a much faster turn of  speed. This will please Vi, Gene's better half7 and give  her more time around the house and in her garden, as week with the Berntzens.  she looks after the gas station during Gene's absence     Jack and Bob: Bathgate had  on "a run.  *-������> ���   Jack    Williams7-local    cod   -Japanese   cities   have   towers  panied by Mrs. Watts' sister-in-K  Ijw, Mrs. Margaret Ross and  family. Harold is another^ Van- <���  eouverite   who   saw   the   light-  and -retired   to the; Sunshine  Coast several years" ago.'  Other, week-end visitors were  Mr. and Mrs." Jim Moore of  Richmond., -Jim1 and Liz, the"  latter being a niece of Gene  and Vi- Berntaen came up to  pick up'their two boys, Peter  and Billy,  who  had  spent  a  ^  <���        r         "Ml -.  "V,**"-  *���     ���    \      J     \ '    ���'  -   *     -     -il     , ��.,'���',  *          '        '       .  " ���    '''  1             ���")        !���% '    ���  Al'   K '  > 1-7  C '    '      t  BUSINESS DIRECTORY  fisherman, is taking advantage ���patterned after the. world re-  of the.-summer lull in Xing-cod nowhed Eiffel-Tpwe'r in Paris)  fishing to repower.his "Susan On one of the counters, in a  D' with-another-Palmer engine, ���glass "showcase, was-a number  The new 6- cylinder," 120 hp en-    of totem-poles with a card stat-  theirbrother Jim, his wife Barbara and family up from Vancouver-for, three ..days< Jim  took a 9' pound. cohoe, caught  on their last* day, back to town.  JINXED:  '���Last  -Jauriary,-  during   the  gine replaces a "4 cyl7 60*hp\ 'm% .that these were 'Canadian   winterly" weather   we were ai-  plant..   - 7-_ ���_ '"���' _ V -  _-  Jwlian; Totempoles7^:__ iSure.  While on the subject, of cod  , enough, on inspecting them we  fishing, it seems that the price  paid to ling-cod fishermen," in  this area at least,'has not increased in years. Some twelve  years ago live ling-cod, killed  on packer-day, was worth 10  or 1 cents per pound to the  producer. Today the fisherman  receives 10 cents, live or dead  fish. This, despite the fact that  retail prices \have advanced  from around 25c per pound to  55c. His cost of living has "advanced over the intervening  years, as it has for all of us,  also his operating costs, yet his  enumeration has remained at  almost the same level. Truly,  the individual ling-cod fisherman seems to be 'low man on  the totem-pole' in the fishing  fraternity, yet ling-cod, when  -fresh and properly handled, is  as tasty and delicious as salmon, tuna and many other  kinds of sea food.  Another embryo business in  our rapidly growing community- is the welding shop recently  , built and equipped by T<my  Saulnier. Tony, a welder by  trade and a resident of Egmont  for several years past, can  handle bath acetylene and elecr  trie welding and is contemplating a small marine-ways some  time in the future.  Egmont and Pender Harbour,  always closely associated, added yet another tie recently  -when Elaine, daughter of Dave  and Muriel Stiglitz of Pender  Harbour, became the bride of  Douglas Silvey of Egmont. The  wedding took place in the Anglican Church at Sechelt on July  17th, this date also being the  23rd wedding anniversary of  Doug's parents,  Malcolm  (Ki)  found  that  they   were  homebrews, made in Japan. - . .  Bosch's 'Egmont Marina and  Resort' report that they are  busy, busy, busy, with accommodation filled to capacity and  over the past week-end, the  a number of salmon brought in  largest going over 24 pounds.  VISITORS  "Recent visitors to Egmont  were Sue and Bill Broderson of  Seattle, on their cruiser 'Polly-  wog IT. Cruising visitors are  plentyful in this area during  the summer months and are always welcome, but the newsworthy aspect of the Brcder-  son's visit is lhat it is their  twelfth consecutive year of  cruising in these waters, to our  knowledges July- 23; 1954 was  their first entry in our store  guest-log and each July since  has witnesed the Polly woy II,  with Bill's pride and joy 'The  flying duck- mounted on the  bow and whirling it's wings  like mad, come sailing into our  bay for a fewdays to; stay A Bill  and Sue made many friends it��  Egmont, Pender Harbour . and  Westview over -the "years .and  Uly and I arese>iy to have  missed them this year, due to  our absence in the Interior.  Also paying a short visit to  Egmont were Harold and Francis Watts of Langdale, accom-  most stopped -by���snow, on the  Egmont/road's big hill when  driving out to meet lily's mo-'  ther,*-Mrs. Starrar,- who- was  arriving on the -Vancouver bus  to pay us a visit. The cause of  our delay in arriving at Earl's  Cove fell on deaf ears. Well,  you know how mothers-in-law  act at times. Today (Wednesday) "we met her at the bus-  stop again. Again we were late,  and am I e'ver -in-the doghouse, -1 "have -spent the past  few hours vainly trying'to explain that we were, once again  delayed on the same hill.  "Who are you kidding, I don't  see any snow," sez the m-i-1,  when I said that we couldn't  make the hill.  "This time it was mud," sez  I, wishing I had a handful, and  i the nerve to use it, It was-'.true, ^  *Tfie'''*ba<iP  particular  spot,  are  still  far  from being cpinpleted and the  steady overnight rain bad turned the hill j^ a ^^v sUppery  ..mes$^7i.':'^-^^p'uia.t necessi-  tated  bringing  the  grader  in  bei^(^Tb^ffie ;-could,;:clinqb--it,:,-'  'B^v''Dw-l^ ' Pol-"  lack, and the grader had the  hill passable before. i:00 p.m.  7.but''v'taett:'^^  Earl's Cove at 12:20 and I. had  'purposely kept my mother-in-  law waiting- Note: Does anyone have room for a nice,  quiet, but sadly, abused son-in-  law for the next two weeks?  L. & H. SWANSON LTD.  Septic Tanks and Drain Fieldr .  ���   Backhoe and F/ont 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  -_ 1  Garden Bay, B.C.  Phone 883-2366  Scows ��� Logs  SECHELT TOWING  & SALVAGE LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving  & Log Towing  L, HIGGS  Phone 885-4425   Phone 885-2062  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Electrical Contractors  Appliances - Electric Heat  Phone 885-2062  Mortgage Money  for New Construction  or Older Homes  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  7  Sunnychest. Shopping Centre...- ,  Gibson* 886-2481  TOPPING OR REMOVING  7'LQ^^yf^;^i<.yjiw.  Iniuredwork from Port Mellon  to Pender Harbour  p^ SEI^ViCES ltd;  Phone 886-9946  and 886-9615  . TINGLEYS  HI-HEAT  SALES and SERVICE  for all your heating  requirements  4 Oil Co.'s Finance Plans  C. E. (Cal) Tingley  Box No. 417, Sechelt  885-9636 ��� 885-9332  ELECTRA-CLCAN  Upholstery Cleaning  Carpets - Furniture -    V  Rugs  for_appointment  Phone 886-9890  HALL - METAL  General Sheet Metal  HEATING - DOMESTIC.  - COMMERCIAL -JNDUSTRIAU  Phone 885-9606 .   4. -���   ���       *      -     _ *       ^  Frank E. Decker  OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block  Gibsons  Every Wednesday  886-2166  PENINSULA  BUILDING SUPPLY  "TheHouseWithW Heart?'  ���       E. j; Caldwell, Pro^ietor;   :  !       Box 97 - Sechelt. B.C.  Phone SecheH 885-9669  WATER SURVEY  KJ'- a:z:^^^^^a2^z.  Complete Wafer, System. Service  L. C. EMERSON  Sechelt 885-9510  Insured Blasting  Se^^ogjcif notes  V      ���With Your Neighbours  VISITING his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Tim Nem-  combe, is Wayne Griffiths of Vancouver,also a neice  and Olga Silvey. A big day in   Miss Carol Blunt with friend Darrell.  the Silvey household, I would  ���B&yi[:''--,'A'A-^-V':A:A:y"A'iA\.VAA;A;'AAA'  "June 26th was the date of another wedding of interest to  many residents of the Sunshine  Coast when Robert (Bob) Harding, son of Paul and Agnes'  Harding, now of Gibsons and  formerly of IJIlnd Bay, was  married ^at Olintbn, B.C. to  Margaret lllingsworth of that  city, Bob and Margaret will  make their home at Gibsons  where Bob I'd a teacher at '/Elphinstone   Secondary   Scliool,  Mrs. George Vhughan and  her daughter, Mrs. Eileen  (Bob) Griffith, are taking in tho  sights of Vancouver where they  arc guests of Eileen's daugh*  ter, Mrs. Joyco WUson. It is  to be hoped that Bob has a  good trolling reason as wives  have a habit of carefree spending when turned loose In tho  city.  Tho Oliver, Larsons, arQ also  spending a few d.iys In Van*  couver,   taking   a-lvantago   of  tlio logging closure now In cf*  .feet.  From   Ladnej*  and   at  Tilli*  cumi Bay Mr, and Mrs. A. Curtis with daughter 7 Cathie and  friend Terry Derocler.  Attending tho annual Rebek-  kah Picnic at the homo of Mr.  and Mrs, Roly Reid. Prom Gibsons, Mr. and Mrs. Al Fletcher  and family; Mr; and Mrs. Mel  Usher. Locally, Mr., and Mrs.  A.,L. Parsons, Mr, and Mrs.  Ivan Smith and son Jimmy,  Mr. and Mrs, Frank Walker,  Mrs. Ruby Brcse, Mrs. C. G.  Critchcll, Miss Claire Ann Lawrence, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd  Turner, Mr. and Mrs, Al'Warner, Robbie Warner, Mrs. Mabel MacFarlane, Gordon RoiJ,  Mr. Syd Rcdn-an, Mr. W. C,  Baker, Mr, and Mrs'.VHoly Held,  Music by Mr. Baker and Mr,.  Reid, helped make the day ;V  pleasant onc,  8 members of Sunshine Rebekah Lodge attended tho funeral   services   for   Mrs.   Helen  Johnston, In Vancouver, August  ���4th. TMrs. Johnston was a  valued member of the Lodge  and will be sadly missed.  Mrs. Gordon Potts, back'  from a two week vacation in  the Duncan ^and Victoria area.  She was the guest of her slsjtcr  Mrs. Gordon Smith of Victoria,  MADEIRA MARINA  HONDA  EVINRUDE  USE   TIMES   CLASSIFIED  L  Trailer Court, Launching Ramp, Campsites  Cabins- Boat Rentals - 883-2266, Madeira Park, B.C.  Juhn (Red) Wohlc and wlfo  Kitty have rotilrnod from a  two week's motoring trip U> tho  Prnlrles and tho, U.S.A. Red  says that jnost of the souvenirs  sold In San Francisco's famed  Chinatown aro of Japanese origin, So thoy aro in most places,  Red, even ln Japan,   ��  Souvenirs, remind, mo of a  recent visit to the souvenir  ��h ip In Yokohama's famous  tower,   (Many   of   Iho   larger  NEW or USED  '..'... TRY  Peninsula  Motor Prod.  SSCHEI*T,BC  Ph, 885-211|'- T��d F��r��well  ECHEIT MIR SERVICES  PORPOISE BAY  (Sechelt)   BX.  Air Charter & Aircraft Maiiiteiiaiice  Fishing  Hunting'  Freight  Air Taxi  Contract Flying  , ��� -, rft1*HWimfcS**^!��|-j!rf��S��*J<  Sightseeing Tours  Timber Cruising  Air Ambulance  PHONE SECHELT ggJJ^ijfiO AND BOOH FLIGHT  ���9  ��  t  \  t ,  Ji r  :; '  *  *}  i��    ��  Ai-  '4 ���  A\  I  ���'$ .  KA  !  ���.I-  t .  1 <  , >  1,  vy-  iA  L-��-*y..  j, raTs*��i">,-���      -, -:,  v.  ,��.,*(*.,���-��������* .l,<��*lA.|.,--,J--.����^f��t*4iftU-.4(.���f^l,1.��.  .    , . .     I.   ,-    ��� .    .       ..,(,.������      ,1-?;  �� I   .   . .',��-���> ''ifiiwtv.^.s^  _*__..  ���'I  I  I  -,(.  *  -f7  4'  i  lesALon^Mm^  To Tipperary  (Montreal Star)  IN 1945, the, NDP/GCF won 28  seats in the House of Commons. In 1957, the party came  closest to this high figure with  25. Since then, it has wavered t_]J  'from a low of eight in 1958,  the year of the Diefenbaker  sweep, to 17 in 1964. No matter  what the situation, depression,  GscHELr Peninsula'J^ws-v  X  *"1 Incidents In The  Life Of My Uncle  Arly  ���  ���by Edward Lear  "I may be wrong, but I shall not be so wrong as to fail to say what I believe to be right."���Tom Atkins  ���,.    .,..-.        ...-,--*���.        Wednesday, August 11,1965    .    ��� - ����� < <���'���      �� ���    ���  Wwsh Wafer District N��w  O my aged Uncle Arly!  Sitting on a heap of Barley   -,  Thro' the silent hours of night,-  Close beside a leafy thicket:-  On his nose there was a  Cricket,-  In his hat a Railway Ticket  war, recession, prosperity, the BADLY  required  Garbage  Collection District considering a major expansion of the present (But his ^hocs wcrc far t0o  New Democrats have never got         shows every promise at this time of becoming system. Sechelt has a system, reasonable well sup-     t}ght *  off the ground politically.  Al- established in the not too distant future and when plied but-of a somewhat-dirty nature with lots of  ways the promised land is just operating, will it is hoped, remove many of the foreign matter coming through the taps in com- j^g ag0) jn y_ufh, ho  around the- corner. It must be sorrv indiscriminate dumping practices which have pany with the water.                                                   squander'd  discouraging   work,   but   for    ���   ued the authorities for many years. Wells in the outside districts have either All his goods away, and  S? nor anSLS^e"Tort         During the years, a small group of dedicated dried up or close to it, with the result that at the     wander_  interesting  question' is   why'   people  have worked unobstrusively  and  given present time, a number of small groups are form- To the Tiniskoop hills afar.  The party has its hard core of many hours of their -time toward bringing the pro- ing with the object of seeking a solution.              There on golden sunsets  voters. Many of the policies it ject to reality. It is a great credit to them that The situation, unfortunately, is_that most of.    blazing,  "  has advocated-have found their despite setbacks, Ihey have stayed with-it,rto^jvhat- them-are-basically-interested only in their bwn-Every cvcn.ing-found-him���-,  way comfortably onto the plat- now seems certain victory. areas, which, although understandable, is hot the gazing,- .  forms of both the Liberals and         Which all goes to prove what may be ac-�� luiswer.                                  7     7                      Singing,-���"Orb! you're quite  Conservatives. Over the years, compiished with combined forces, determination Representatives from each group, including     amazing!  particularly -under the leader-      . initiative. By this same token, if one worthy village councils, should organize themselves into How 1 wonder what you are!^  _��Yc^^  source of moral strength and brought about in the same way.  political idealism,   but it  has Of greatest importance, particularly obvious  never managed to sell itself to during recent months, is that of an expensive water  the mass of Canadian voters. .  system. All over the Peninsula, many homes are 4                                       . .  Today, under T. C. Douglas, attempting to operate with an acute shortage of given.                                                                      While,^--*by teaching children   :  the NDPs chances of success water, some existing on supplies carried some- The Garbage Disposal Board has pointed the     spelling,-���  seem as far off as ever. The times'from considerable distances. wav, it is now lip to others to take the initiative Or attimes by merely yelling,-  steam appears to have gone out         village of Gibsons has a problem and is and follow their Example.                                      ' n�� <" -'*������u hv -a-n.n*         .  of the party in spite of better                  ��                                     r ���-..���-������  organization  and  improved  fi-.                                                        ____             WT ^^         _n>-.���� '"  nances. The.script far.,the Na-     .        ^^         ^ l*|fcV J(jM^���Jp^  one body and start off by seeking the advice of  the Department of Municipal Affairs. In. the Like the ancient Medes and     ;  Hon. Dan Campbell, we have a minister Who is a Persians,                     ���     ,  great advocate of combined districts, and every Always by his own exertions  assistance from his department would be readily He subsisted on those hills;-  Of at intervals by selling  ���'Propter'- Nicodemus Pills."  .���i.c iLaterjJnihis mi^mg^ rambles  He perceived the moving  brambles���  . . of the Medi-Care scheme as practised in the Operating efficiently for about sixteen years, something square and white  inmnartS tte SJ.S1 atad��-  United Kingdom, terminates in this week's Times   the scheme is certainly not encountering the dif-     disclosc;-  ship is to blame  The parUa" and there is little doubt those who have followed   Acuities implied by Captain Shannon. Costs have TWas a First-class Railway  mentary game played by the the series will fully realize, the conservative, can-   naturally increased along with everything else.     Tickct  tional '"XToWentiM'^in'^'Toronto"'  seems strangely familiar. The SORRY denunciation by Captain Boyd Shannon    the region of less than two dollars weekly,  old   attitudes  remain,   but  the -   -    - -   -- - - ' .    . .     . ^  ���       ��-���_..��� * -  _���   party seems often too clever by didate has done his best .to discredit a corn-  half, too opportunistic, too mor- mendable institution.  alizing. But more important is Known in Britain as the National Health  the dead end in which party Scheme, it has been applauded throughout the  strategists find themselves. Thewori_ ^  a wonderful social  advance, making  resolutions  show something of available f^ idass treatment and medicine to  . i^n6 E��* LZ^JZ all, whether they be millionaire or pauper.  mJsrS *ovf be X2_ te Cripples in poor circumstances are supplied   medical profession as a potential bonanza.  most Ured and discredited of with, motorised cripple carriages, they have even "���"'  political issues. There is sup- been supplied with garages for the vehicles. Report for divorce by consent, a construction was carried out in the home of onfe  matter of no concern to the man who was unable to negotiate a stairway to  party federally, and support for his bedroom. Expectant mothers are supplied  birth control. wjth iarge quantities of orange juice and financial  Only in its response to the        t      lus fun hospital service. All free, in so  quiet revoluuon in Quebec has ^ ^ every employed, self employed or persons of independent means, pay somewhere in  the   party   something   new   to  say, but in doing so it contradicts  much of what it claims  to stand for. By recognizing a  special status for this province,  -it���must inevitably  weaken its  own   strong   centralist  tendencies  and  the  overall national  planning in which it believes.  But the chief stumbling block  to the party's growth remains,  as   it   has   always   been,   the  structure of the two groups with  vhom it must compete for power.  Both Liberal and Conservative Parties encompass wings  as left as the NDP will permit  itself to be. To make a political  end run around them involves a degree of extremism  Minute Messages  "Most people are bothered by  those passages of Scripture they  do not understand; but a . ; th*  passages that bother me are those  I do understand". ��� Mark Twain  Christian Morality  THE first thing to get clear about Christian morality  between -man and man is that in this department  Christ did hot come to ipreach any new branch of  morality. Really great moral teachers have never introduced new moralities���this has been left to the cranks,  which the party' has never ac- it was the famdus Dr,Samuel Johnson who paid'People  cepted. It suffers from a built* ncC(j ,0 be reminded more often than they need to be  in respectability which frowns wl,ght'.'We arc to be brought back to the main;prin-  feVsif lalfr*lit   ^ciP.e, which we urcnot'too anxious to face.     ,     ,  a   shadow   of  those  whom   it   ,    Thc sccond ,hins ,w 8Cl c,car ts lhm Chri",ian"y  Seeks to pppo.se, ���   s not P��s,,css* nor ba* it ever professed to possess, a  Perhaps the, party is doomed *-c,i''lC(J po.lillcal programme, which can be applied jo  to remain' for a long time a �� particular society at a particular time, It preaches thc  small group in Parliament��� same Gospel for all men of all ages. It was, it is, and it  that need not detract from its will always be. Christianity never was intended to revalue. Tho NDP, at least under place or supersede the ordinary human arts and sciences,  its former name, played an im- for jt js -The Director', which gives to each one "of us  portant part in Canadian poll* fl true insight into thi purpose and the uses of Mich gifts  Wag^ in evety'ihdustiy ih^  it is fairly logical to assume the Doctors require     jt  extra pay in order to keep up with the rising cost off the ground.-jta pea-green  of living. To pass this off as trouble within the     cricket i  National Health scheme, is rather ludicrous and settled on my uacle's Nose,  the only practicing Doctors in Britain who might I  knock it are the discontented few who seek the Never���Never n^ore,���-oh!  never, - . ���  That a person has the sublime audacity to Did that Cricket leave him  spend, a short holiday in the United Kingdom,     cver,-  most of which it would appear was spent in Ire- Dawn or evening, day or  land,  then return with such unmitigated con-    night:-  demnation, is quite fantastic. Clinging as a constant  Perhaps the gallant Captain prefers to see   . treasure,-  people in poor circumstances prostrate with grief Chirping with a cheerious  at the death of a child because of their inability to     measure,-      c -,.  afford medical treatment. Or the deplorable situa- ^"holly to my uncle's pleasure  tion whereby critically ill people have been asked .(Though his shoes were far too.  to pay up "before the ambulance service would    tight).. '���'.  accept them.       . , ���   t ..... jr        .  /With the establishment of a Kledi Care scr- ^ ^ ^cc nnd,^ w,n,c^  Vice, this filthy and abominable situation, no T" I!!s,shocs wcrc worn to  longer exists . splinters,  If Captairt Shannon wishes to play politics, All those hills he wandered  he should confine* himself--to issues he knows. c.-0<lT'"        .. .       '  something about, "not a few hurriedly obtained ^ J��^ wlent-r-Mmetimes  facts twisted beyond recognition. ,       -.,:. h'nf'  ���'   ������ , ��� .....  One facet of the scheme which althougli no ' ��� h�� w"c to Borley-Mell.n?,  problem, shouldand could be eliminated, is that J^r htt old ..ncwtrni dwelling  if the freeloaders. One person boasted, locally, of ^Jfi.^.���* far ,0�� ���>.  taking a vacation in Britain, getting $300 of dcri- 7' ��  tal work done under the National Health, and on a little heap of Barley  intends returning next year for additional work. Died my aged Uncle Arly /--  in other words, a holiday abroad at the expense And they biirieil him one  of the British taixpaycr, Multiply this by an acidi-     night;*  tional thousand freeloaders and the taxpayer is Close'beside the leafy  indeed getting taken for a ride. 7   '     thicket;*  This of course is where things arc taken to There,���his hat ami Railway  extremes but is fortunately limited to a minority    Ticket;���  group which specializes in cashing in on the backs- There,���his cvcr-fuithful  of others,  Cricket  (But his shoes wero far too  .iBl.l').'  'mmmmmmmmmmnmmmmmmtn'  to mankind���Ihnt is if mankind is prepared 19 accept such  rl,wj��^.4ii^^��>rtrW��i*^*w-**sf ���**�� H��>re#-> *  tics. It was a healthy and valuable asflcl. If Mr. Douglas can ,   nft        ,   u       n     . -.   u      u   .1       ��   t t  restore to It the very special '      '' ovo    ' pu Usclf al thc AisP��Y^ of ,hc  WiHly of political altruism It dcm'andv made by Chrivlanlty.  once possessed, then It can con*        For n ,on*-,lmc now PC��P,C have .said���The Church  tlnue to servo a valid purpose,   should give,u* a lead', ThK Is only true if such pcoplo  *  s���, have thc right idea of The Church, The task Is given (0.  EMERGENCY CASES every onc of ns, and the application of Christian prin-  Most���people���fcar*"ilghtnlng*clples*can-only-comc *fram"tlio��c*^ho*i\rc*Chflstlaii?tr  but thero are a f<?\v ways pf The c^stence of such principlcft, for example, In Trade  avoiding  accidents In  a  thtm* Unions or R<iucation, must come from Christian Trailo  derstorm. In case of Injury, a Unionists or Cluiitian Teachers,  doctor should be called at,once. Thc trouble cxpefienceU, by most people it thut  IX K^t 8u.eTlS'a 5 Sd��,Ln��,:rW 1* * ^^71?* -  comfortable and given stlmu* hK ')|,c pr m ,'�� scc v!,c[c 0,'r l^divk,Uft, a^ ��r<!  Jants. If-he Js'Unconscious "and 'Jus,'l"cl** and where wc find Mich claims arc justified wc  breathing has stopped, artlfl- readilyoay 'Sec, wc arc doing this or that', This means  cinl respiration should bo given-w? wo..really looking.for. an ally to justify our present  at once, prcfercrably by a prca* behaviour. \  euro method, Thc Kcv'd. J. l|, Kelly, The Anglican Church of Canada  IN OSLO, Norway, succor is at hand for the  hapless foreign tourjst who, quite lost, drives  up and down the streets -looking-tor wherever he  is going. A tccn-ajger spots the poor tourist, roars  up on a motor-scooter, asks where the lost is i* Btfam?mmnjflUm,  going and says, "Follow mc,"\This unique Oslo *  service, which might profitably be co^ltid by nutny       Published WedricNdaya '  another city, is operated by squads of young m Sechelt  people, mainly students,during the summer tourist     oa BC��'<- Sunshine Coast  season, There is no charge for it. The youngsters by  roarn thc city i��U day looking for lost drivers with. Sechelt Pcninsulu Time* Ltd.  f  I  11  I;  f,  1,  l2!*iBlUl��cmP)Sl__^  and blue, thc colors of Oslo, and1 each scooter is  clearly marked "Tourist-Pilot."  99  as Quoted  .... food for though!  Thc joy of thc young Is to disobey  11��, thero arc no longer any order*',  ��� bht iho trouble  ���lean Coctcau  JBoxjaLflScchelt.B.C,  ,    Serving the area front  Port Mflloh tolinmont   ,  (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet)  Oouislas O.Whealtr, Editor  A', Jl, Ahfinrd, Publisher  Sutncrlptlon Kfttor,  (in advance)  I Ycur, S3 ��2 Year*, %9  1 Your* $13  U.S, and IwcIbu $5 50  i^i*B*ai4W4'*tt*��HJa^4*WmBI^��i^lJ��>��|i^W(^  m0*mmm*imf*0m#i#m*  * fc*  �� *,W* f yf_f��*(-* lW#(j I tf,  ���.AJAA  ., w f ^ft*m0/^ff^0mf%t,tv^ ii" ^*\r#t��"r* W-** ^ii��-*M**t^^M^^^'**,i^^ *> *  y ���' :' ,t v\  ���>v_ -*������-* ��*�����   �����+���-���*-���*�������� *����� **-'/-" *���>���-  ��.lr'^Hi *���**���"���*���-   *.*��*-r^"-*-  ������>""  * j^, ��*^*- *- -~at    ��hm i-v -J*     Irt-y-*-  p. r*f��* ���*    -"  J\Few curriculum . * *  S  program,  constants,   provision  Wed^Abfrtf, 196S      Sechelt Peninsulo Times      Pa&S  is, thea* -made for- -the three,  -���-,���,r 7ar; *-��,���" ,������: ��������� =���~  programme  i <       ,     *   <  (THIS IS the "fifth in, a series of articles by thV minister'  of Education describing. the new seniorvsecondary  <school curriculum)., '' ^���-*������-���~A: ���.:������  So far these articles?Have^dis"- "are a��-ong- the fastest -growing  cussed the content and purpose ^f���PS <* occupations aha ,are  of secondary school programs   *    |d by ����^ as* well" as .srom-  ilesigned^to  prepare   students enci���/w(! ' u" < V -_ ,��7 ���-' ���  for university or'-an institute of ,' ^"^nts who select s the Corn-  technology,  or to employment muiu& Services program 7WUI  Vor further training at a -voca- ��� ���e same four general edu-  tional   schoot' in' the   general .c?tl0n c���*stants,as dp sdl other  iields'of commerce "and indus- iJtn* �� r ,secohdary   students,  .try.    Another   important-W- ,J����?e are. two courses-inJSng-  -granr .known   as*  Community ,Hsnrone~m'social studies, and  -Services'will also be offered,-7��"e-^7gy,d%��?e_and physical  though I must warn again" that  -   ^f��� " ���       ���<':'���> *;  --*   -�� ���-- The program constants, taken  not all programs* will necessarily be offered in all'schools.  [ The objective of the Community Services Program is to  .provide for empoymeht or further vocational school training  in a * range of occupations related to. basic human wants���  by all students in the Community Program, are the same  6s in the Commerce Program.  They consist of two courses in  general business, one covering  the economic geography of the  province and the other legal  matters affecting personal and  the preparation and serving ot commercial life  food   the  provision  of  shelter Assuming that all Community  and tbe selection, construction Service   students   require   the  and wearing of clothes. These same   general   education   and  ew6 cm  'broad .fields ,bfr endeavor'which'  'the;! ^talent- a&yl ,ente*7 These-  !��re>thVfpod_v t&s$te's and home3"  ���aitd-jindustrbr^servwe. speeiaKr  [tfiSt; j,/"^. '['i ;��� V - '" r^'  ':' jni%,rfooct quits'-. j�� fa$ &i_&)  ^seeking vocation* fir the. varfoos^/  jfopds ��� industries   d^Z> services^  ���antf ^7te^e^"spec&%Afor,  ' thirae~*xpeeting.tcv eater fb&fgX'Z  } [tfle^and: Tcto^ing fiei^;   ,J* j;J',  1 The .home and. industrial ser-  -viees^specialty' is- deserted *to -  ,pmv__R Basic preparation /-for"  ,<a wide range of occupations in>  eluding home maMng^ theac-  * commodations    industry���. .and  ��� ehftl care. -7 '-   "     "L /  ' All. threes, specialties require"'"  -one- basic course on foodv one ���  Ion tejrtfleSj and one on manage Vi  ment dealing with employment  possibilities   and   management  principles  in relation to both  .employment and use of ktim��,  energy "and resources. In addition, girls in all three specialties, take an advanced course  in child care to help them with  their own children or in occupations involving -the supervision  of children.   "  Girls pursuing the food specialty must take two additional  and  more advanced food and  ruitritiok courses^, and those;!��. 'vices, Program,, it'is expected  4$& ^textile ^specialty two- addi- 'that many-girls" and perhaps  tional anif more^advanced tex-* ���' .some boys from, otiier programs  'fffie, courses eovering::mannfac-  tore and design of garments. x  ]- Boys- aTe'uot rtequired^take  either the 'basic'textile' course .  nor cttihl care and-may substitute" appropriateVcoiirses such  ' as" bookkeeping and typing'from '  -- toe Commerce Prdgrani. o > ���  'The third specialty, home imd  iridiistriai services, cuts across  both, the others  and   involves  either, one. of   the   advanced,  courses in foods and textiles or  a course-in bookkeeping as well-  as Its own; major study. The^  last-named^ Borne  and  Industrial, Serviee's- 12, -spends over -.  half-of its allotted syllabus on-  services- for  public  accommodations, and divides the rest between  job   opportunities,   construction  projects,   and  home  nursing.  In this last specialty it is also  possible to take a course In  community recreation which,  when fully developed, will lead  to useful training for those who  wish to enter that growing field  of employment.  In addition to those who actually enter the Community Ser-  * wilT enrol,'in food/ textile rand  chiid care-courses as electiyes.  The personal values Of- such  electives -to, girls, no l matter  what career, they follow/- itaye  often, been demonstrated in-the  past. They are also suitable  electives for those who intend  to' take university or other  training with' eventual specialization in such studies as home  economics or nursing.  iYou never can__4ell about  women,-and if you, can, you  shouldn't.  NEED-A/CAR?  NEW or USED  TRY  Peninsula  Motor Prod.  n.  SECHELT, B.C.  885-2111  - Ted Farewell  '��mmmmmmtmmmmmmmnmmmm  lews  of your business leaders  Cham $���m Centre 1 -  Wilson Creek 5   *  Dealer, for P.M. Canodien - McCulloeh -  Homelite - Pioneer and Stihl Chain Sows.  COMPLETE STOCK OF ALL MODELS "  Parts and Repair Service  Telephone 885-9626  5  8  i  Your Peninsula Centre  for Furniture, Appliances  Sates ond Service  Richler's T.V. & Radio Ltd.  Sechelt. B.C.  Phone 885-9777     Shell Oil Distf ibiifor  i I  GIBSONS, B.C.  Phone 886-2133  I  wi���f~ir "!*"<"��� in��� T"���i���r~r-���r-in���rrtatmrmjKm  ���wwwumi mmtmmnmmm  ^mm^mmmmmMm  (M*wMt*����l^^**WN*ffl'W��>  ]  Plumbing and Healing |  Walk On If!  Sleep On It!  Sat QH It!  Clean With It!  Listen To It!  Watch It!  Cook With Sf!  Clean With IH  Or  Just Plain Like It!  You Can SAVE On I  AT  Sechelt  I  COAST PAVING LTD.  Box 545, Gibsons, B.C. Phone 886-9857  PAVING - ASPHALT DRIVEWAYS  PARKING AREAS - ROADS ETC.  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Jl  .*���*--. *.,A#-*-V-t��* ������***���* -*���,*���.#���,���.!,* -.--*�����  f*<* I-    .   -1.  '    ^:,^r:'^**i'*^lfcitSl_4vUS*d  Page 6      Sechelt Peninsulo Times      Wed., Aug. 11,1965  ��� ���  ���/  The Reader's Right  Brake failure ����.  TIMES Editor Doug Wheeler tries to get to the scene GthSbliS' SlOr&S  of a mishap promptly and in this case was reaTjiy m*mmwum U1UAVU  on the ball. Unfortunately it was his own car involviwi.  Lady driver, Mrs. Dorothy Strieker of North Surrey,  stalled her van halfway up School Road, Gibsons. Her  brakes failed and she rolled back into the Wheeler auto,  causing damage in excess of $100. But for the car, consequences could have been drastic.  Memorable wedding . . .  Large numbers witness  unusual Sechelt event  FATHER Edward Hamel, Redemptorist Father from  Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish, Vancouver, officiated at the marriage within the sacrifice of the Mass  which united Arnitta Benner and David McDpnell, last  Saturday in the Holy Family Catholic Church, Sechelt,  Father   Hamel   who   is   also  under expansion  BUSINESS expansion is announced this week by Mr.  Walt Nygren of Gibsons, who  together with Mr, Earle Bingiey is increasing the size of  -theiripremises^by:; talangvin 4he -���  old Marine Cafe building.  Mr. Nygren told The Times,  the expansion is necessary due.  to the continued growth of the  sport fishing activities. Size of  his business "Walt Nygren  Sales' 'will be doubled; allowing  him to take in additional lines  of marine suppies and sporting  goods.  Earles of Gibsons, specializing in related products, will also double the size of his present  premises.  ���  ,-���'  Chaplain for the Catholic deaf  in   Vancouver,   conducted   the  ,j ceremony    in    sign    language  combined with the spoken word,  '"[ for both the young bride  and  groom  together  with  some  35  members   of   the   congregation  use  this   method  of  communi-  -"    cation to overcome deafness.  Together with the young couple, those unable to hear were  . able to see the total action of  -'���; the    magnificent    drama    of  Christ's sacrifice, for the officiating priest had reversed the  f altar so that it faced the con-  > gregation.'  7 .  It was due to the insistence of  |V Archbishop   Johnson   of   Van-  ' couver that priests learned to  ,* ,,-..-,    .,.-r;--���:ggry'e'-;y,^ aeaf,V and last "sum*  ���i' mer  three  priests,   one  sister  1 and  one  lay   person   attended  7 the work shop in San Raphael,  California   tp   learn   sign   lan-  '���'].. guage and psychology of educa  tion for the deaf. Five priests  j now serve the deaf in Western  ' 'Canada," arid those afflicted are  extremely grateful to them and  VArchbishop Johnson.  ���: Both. Arnitta  and  David  at  tended  Jericho Hill  School Jn  ! Vancouver,   where,   under  the  * supervision   of   Dr.   McDonald  who  Is  superintendent  of  the  \ deaf  in   B.C.,   much  progress  is being made in the oral method of'communication. Father  Hamel lightly praised the great  7 understanding of Dr, McDonald  ,/.;���'., and mentioned the succesK of  ,,: the  Jericho  Hill-athletes  who  represented  B.C,  In, th_  Deaf  1     .Olympics held in Washington.  a The wedding of Arnitta  and  7 David Is the last marriage that  ! Father Hamel will perform ln  y the Vancouver diocese as he'l��  : , month, Father Claude I-cmicux  <Z: from Prince Albert will bo" tak  ing his place,  A debt of grnltudtc was expressed by Father Hamel to  Father F, J. Nash for the use  of his church. Also to tho pnr-  ents of the two7 young boys,  Dennis Patterson and Steven  JVtcKenzle from Vancouver who  were allowed to accompany  the priest and nerve the Mn��n,  The boyfl aro learning finger  spelling nnd sign language;  Roberts Creek News  ^  MISS Edna Naylor has won another medal for herself having again placed second in the  javelin throw at the B.C. Junior championships heid last  week at Minoru Park, Richmond. Edna's distance .was 117'  4W, which was better than she  did at the previous meet at  Brockton Oval.  Ladies Softball has finally got  going and the ladies havc practised 'until they feel qualified  , to challenge other teams, and  haye already played ��� one game  with Gibsons, which they lost,  unfortunately. However, they  are playing a return match at  Roberts' Creek School grounds  on  Wednesday7 August   11   at  ���by Florence McSavaney  seven o'clock, and hope the  tables will be turned this time.  So come out and root for them,  baseball fans. The team still  has vacancies for anyone interested and it now has an excellent coach in the person of  Mr; P7Eldred7;  win  Wlf AAA)  CScliSJul  or a unique Hew  ^ Cinnoieti  ���      CHAIN SAW   .  Jhat!s,riBhtLSImply,como.ln��andJake,9,demonstratIon.,  of the new ennnmen 177. We'll show you how  you may win a prize,  CHAIN SAW CENTRE  Wilton Creek. B.C.  Phono 885-9626  WE DO SERVICE WHAT WE SELL  SALES AND SERVICE OF ALU MAKES  OJr MOWERS AND SfvAALL MOTORS  Straighten record  Editor,  The Times;  Sir���Your Aug. 4 paper includes an ad by Henry Porta  of Burnaby, stating that he had  installed "ornamental fireplaces, masonry; stoneworK  etc," in Mr. and Mrs. Burley's  beautiful new house.  According to Alfred Tennyson, "hyperboles are ever the  blackest of lies!" So for the  record, there are the omitted  facts.  When you build under the  B.C. Hydro heating plan you  can have all the fireplaces y<m  want. I built three for Mr:  Burley. The chimney is constructed of grey concrete brick  with weeping mortar joints.  In the living-room fireplace,  there is a steel circulating fireplace unit imported from California which we have especially  installed to pick up cold air  from o\her parts of the house  and through convection and/or  forced draught send warm air  through the stone grill, of the  fireplace veneer, into the living room.  This man from Burnaby, who  is pushing Georgian marble,  ^.says,���he7has,^^  '" mental fireplace7 Actually he  has put a false front on an  extremely practical heating device which during construction,  last winter was the .only source  of heat in Mr. Burley's house.  I' also had the pleasure of  building a retaining wall and  constructing block walls of a  root cellar, using the comparatively new Saturnalite block.  These blocks have a high, insulation value because they are  made of Saturnalite,. which is  an expanded shale from Satur-  na Island.  Mr. Burley expressed a desire for a rlocal.-;limestone and  after he arranged use of  MB&PR' logging road, I laid  on the trucking facilities and  with a co-operative effort and  several trips, we secured about  15 tons of crystalline limestone,  Using   this   material   (about  the oldest palaeozoic rock ia  this area), I veneered two exterior panels at the front of the  house. ,.       "  ���A. F.  SIMPKINS  Twilight Theatre  features thriller  DURING the filming of Universal International's "Cape  Fear," beginning its run at the  Twilight Theatre on Thursday,  Gregory Peck and his wife  were so impressed with the  wooded terrain at Sea Island,  Georgia, near where the com-"  pany was on location, that they  decided to purchase a plot/Jl  _lahd^CTe-itt:JheV:near_ future...  They plan to build a beach  house on the lot.  The island is less than an  hour's ride from Savannah,  Georgia, where much of "Cape  Fear"' was shot.  Peck stars in the thriller with  Robert Mitchum and Polly Bergen.  Leslie Caron, the petite  French actress who will be remembered for her engaging  performances in films like  "Lili," "Fanny" and "Gig,r  stars in the new Columbia release, 'The L-Shaped Room/*  which opens Monday. The romantic dry ma, for which Miss  Caron won the "Best Actress of  Year" Award presented by the  British Film Academy, co-stats  Tom Bell", a gifted young actor;  Brock Peters, who gave such  a membrabie performance in  "To Kill A Mocking Bird," Bernard Lee, Cicely Courtneidge,  Patricia Phoenix and Emlyn  Williams. Based oh the novel  by Lynne Reid Banks, "The  L-Shaped Room" was directed  by Bryan Forbes from bis own  screenplay, and was produced  by James Woolf and Richrd At-  tenborough.  A classified ad that begai  "DOn't buy gas-^travel by air"  turned out to be an offer to sell  a sailboat.  There's one thing about baldness���it's neat.  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  DATE IP All  885*2087  ��� This free reminder of coming events Is a,service of  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD, Phone Sechelt Peninsula  Times direct lor free listings, specifying '1Doto Pad".  Please note that space is limited and some advance datet  may hove to wait their turn; alsolhat this is a "reminder"  listing only olnd cannot always corry full details,  Auo. 11���8:30 p.m, Teen Donee, Shop Easy parking lot,  Sechelt, Weather permitting, "  Aug, 14���2 p.m. Hackett Park, Sechelt���Boys only -"*���'  Little Leo, Kick, Pass and punt contest, Ago 10 to  13 inclusive.  Aug, 19���2:30 p.m.',St, HWda's Parish Hall. Branch 96  O.A.P.O. mooting,  Aug, 20*21���Gibsons Fall Fair, Openln'a ccermony 7  p,m, Elementary Activity Room, ���       '  Aug, 29���Playday on horseback. Roar Sunnycrest Shop*  ping Plaza,  LOTS WANTED NOW  Please lift with H. Gregory 885-9392  Socholt Agcncloi Ltd. - 885-2161  i*JW*tota��t<m^>*r&*��i$-fei*K��.MwiM��*^iw#)i. '  hM sa^swws^iwfwi^i1**^-*'  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  REALTY and INSURANCE  Wharf Rood Phono 885-2161  **  ��--���'<*-- ��p*  *��ftt+trymnr <n  ��� ' - 7-11At -Mil.-,- r ��� J*.-\-- ,f^##***MMmi^  wJ^lNW*****^***-!^ _-s-*-;s���r "T-r-i^-*   wrf ~.~*f. *-,*.- t**'*���  ������--s��'* "."*"**   ,-"  ��� *  ,      ^-.  .*., /���*~   ^ .u c "...  I  I  Wed., Aug. 11,1965     Sechelt Peninsula .Times      Page 7    _/_f Redrdoifs .  <.  v  *vJI<MsS5_fl  s��  .1  ���"*',1*#l-<~*T^*,jj��M(K*W.    -     "   /H.  mprovement District   r  elects officersEstate-*.---  1 ANNUAL meefingyof the Welcome' Beach Improvement  .> - District at VRedroo&s, ,was Held Saturday, August- 7  Mth 22'members ^present Main item on, the "agenda  '-.being election of; president officers and' executive com^  vmittee.- 7*'     '       -      ���  ^ '������; *~   Homebuilt craft  VISITOR to the Sechelt airport the Jodel 011-built at  a-cost of $l720(rby Bud GIUes"of Kamloops whcfflew  in recently to visit his brother at Redrooffs.-  Airport News and Visits  ���by G. Van de Meeberg  DURING a conversation with recent visitor from the  U.S.A. Mr, and Mrs. A. Galbraith, we spoke of the  part an airport plays especially in relation to tourism.    Mr. Galbraith felt his own  spending, while visiting here,  was an example. Arriving in  his own plane._a_ Cessna 180 on  wheels, he 'phoned for cab  transportation to Sechelt���-$4.00.  Shopped for ice, bait and a  hat���$3.00. Chartered a float  plane to join friends on a boat  cruise up Princess Louise  Reach. '  A few days later they arrived in Powell River where they  chartered another plane to return to Sechelt airport���$20.00.  They felt their money was well  spent, enjoyed the scenery and  were particularly enthused over  the friendliness of the people  they mat here. Both certainly  plan to icturn and will recommend this area to their friends.  Don Colter, who not long ago  operated a sheet metal shop in  Gibsons, was forced down by  bad weather while flying from,  -Powell River to AbbotsfordT  Having filed a flight plan he  telephoned from the airport to  close it and continued his journey by ferry. If a pilot does not  check out according to plan,  . search and rescue services are  alerted within 20 minutes.  So far there has been no flying instruction locally but there  is an instructor available now  and Dr. Reg Harper, dept. of  transport examiner, who is presently staying on the Peninsula  will save those wishing to take  their medical a 'rip to town.  For further details, please contact the caretaker at the airport  or phone 885-2810.  E. Ormrod reviews  u  99  t *     '  Lifter disgusts  Sechelt council  STRONG words of condemnation were expressed at last  meeting of Sechelt Council by  Couneilbr Bernel Gordon, at  the filthy habits of people responsible for depositing litter in  front of the property of Mr.  Norm Burley, on Boulevard  Street.  - A large garbage can. on the  waterfront picnic ^area fronting Mr. Burley's new home,  - had* been filled with refuse of  a disgusting nature, t�� the extent that the can bad overflowed with the result a large  area of ground was also littered.  The-chairman said she had  viewed the mess and bad asked  that a pick-up be made twice  weekly. Councillor Gordon said  he thought it would be advisable to collect thrice weekly.  He added that if the refuse can  was removed, the litter bugs  would simply scatter it at large. Some of it was not ordinary  litter he complained,, it came  from homes!       *  Councillor Benner who also  expressed disgust, said a number of trailers had parked in  ^e,.'areav..Hev\vas:.;told.:;the; area  was not commercial and that  campers had no right there.;  - Miv J, A. Morgan was again <  selected   president;   Bob.   Cor-  mack,   vice-presidentj   A.   A.  -Young, secretary-treasurer and  executive v committee comprisas  Mrs. L.  Bath, Mrs.  P, White,  Mrs. Leucte and Mr. J. Hall.  Mr.   J. -Hall   and   Mr.   J.  Cooper, were- both   nominated  for vice-president "but declined.  Opening the,proceedings, Mr.  Morgan commented  on  activities carried .out during the past  year, pointing out that although  there  was   presently  a   water  problem, rest rooms had been  added - lb the hall.  Other improvements    included    kitchen  cabinets, installation of a yard  light,   some - painting  and  tbe  purchase    of    a    shuttleboard  which  had  been  put to  good  use during the winter months.  Two meetings had been held  monthly, with, the exception of   _  temporary hold-up through ha^^^^^gl^gPIg^^���^  weather conditions. One event,  a  dinner meeting,  had included    Shuffleboard    Tournament  out this was as laid out -in th&A  constitution.'.He explained that  there was actually- a threes-  month grace period which expired on August 1. "It is in the  bylaw,'" "-he added.        -   *  Canon Green said he felt thex  whole situation -was contradic? -  .tory in thatjon onejhand be is  told "by Mr. Young thaf hiPiS  reinstated, on payment of, his  dues, as a paid up.member,  yet has no rights to vote. He  said "I do not understand it  but will go along with it and  ask for absolution."  Another member also expressed concern and puzzlement suggesting that perhaps  Mr. Ladner who appeared lo  have legal knowledge could  help Mr. Ladner on this occasion however, was noticeably  silent.  Further  controversy  a r 0 s, e  prize awards and had been the  most successful to date.  Mr., Morgan concluded his  remarks by extending a word  of thanks to members for the'r  help throughout' the past year.  "It has been a inost congenial  year," he said.  A similar vote of thanks was  moved by Mr.- G. B. Ladner  who was also- appointed auditor.  Under new business, Canon  Alan Greene brought up the  Strange situation whereby for,  various reasons, members  who failed to pay their dues by  a set date were immediately  reinstated on payment yet were  unable to vote until the new  officers were elected: ���  President J. Morgan pointed  Cooper that he provide members with a- copy cf the constitution. This suggestion arose  from a request by a member  for such copy.  Mr. Young immediately suggested a copy be hung up in the ���  hall so that any interested  members, could read it if they  so wished. This was supported  by Mr. Ladner who agreed  with Mr. Young that the cost of  printing would prove expensive.  Told by Mr. Cooper that he  would personally provide the  copies free, Mr. Ladner moved  the offer be accepted.  Five members expressed con-*-  trary votes including Mr.  Young who moved an amendment to the effect any .copies  produced be submitted to the  president for approval.  at the Public Library  1'JOURNEY' into Russia" by Laurens Van der Post is  an unusual account of a trip to that complicated  country  Mr. Van de Post has an unusually 9004 background for  his undertaking; not that he  knew the Soviet Union, but that  his previous books had proven  him a man of ability to undertake and interview without prejudice, He p\ado in all four  trips around the Soviet, visiting  the Baltic, >he Block Sea area,  the lands north of Iraq, and the  Crimen. With Tn gift -for langiW  . Res, ,n wldo experience in lands  of varied cultures and outlooks,  and with an European* education, ho was able more than  most travellers toi' meet, the  people, But ho is a westerner  and inokos no pretence of falling  to  report  When  ho  finds  situations inimical to the free  d'pm of citizens.  Canadians after reading of  Mr. IJahfe's v report 7 on th��|  achievements of the .Soviet in  the land of the, permafrost, it  they arc at all interested jn  the development of their own-  northern heritage,- will find th<*  report" on tho development  there very, interesting,,and at  times wryly amusing ��� ijf they,  havo ever taken sides In the;  ��� current i controversies over hy*:  drodcvelopment,  This is but one of the worthwhile > and 1 really; delightful!  treats to Ihj obtained.by a borrower at the Sechelt Libf'ary, ,  I .AijMv%-iW��*W-tA^.1��^fc*i.��'i*lM*��i'>ty**-  Gibsons  ^WM^fc^-^WMtaMtAfit I  :SS0 OIL FURNACES  No Down Payment - Bank Interest  Ten Years To pay  FIRST PAYMENT OCTOBER Ut  COMPLETE UHE OF APPLIANCES  For Free Estimate �� Call 886-2728  7   885*9967 7      '  B^ri*W��l��W���iWw*UsW(lW  diiiby family banking service:  RoyaVn professional help and services aro available to the entire  family as a grclup���or to each member individually, Suggestions  Jind practical aids, such as: how to make best use of our 2-Account Plan,  Ll     **    *  >^ ^  **���*  ������. ��*"  <-)-,;V  V  A     >  0    ���  ���i i  t,n(> -t  A  *>  ���J ;*��S&��!*��|JfiW).fe*rWS'l  j^rMtisMWMlflMttyrtfcl IWtH��F*l!t^t9*(S-H(#* S|Si**lli*'W^ *W*11*|f*W!h*W,iN M*l *WWM*��(#*j*|e * ���te'4-tt* l*(AW����*WW*��*fl-  Personal Chequing Account;, how, to sftve money  'by borrowing the Royal termplait way; Safe Dpposlt Boxesj  Do-it-yourself Money Orders; Travellers Cheques, Etc  Leaflets available; use aff your '     t  Jtoyal Bank services..  .***,:*.  r  ROYALBAN IC  Gibsons Hrtmch: R. D. Hopkins, manager  i   / ���j aaa *MHmn*n  Page 8      Sechelt Peninsulo Times      Wed., Aug, 11 ��� 1965  1      (  t     ,.".  I       !  .[.  ,<>  7-  i   >, ������  Boyd Shannon  Welcome Cards     Starts in September . .  Conservative candidate    Pin approval   Sechelt Film club  blots Medicare picture  NOW I ASK you from all the preceeding information,  are you prepared for the cost as follows? At present it costs $65 per person in Britain per year by one  means or another. And it is all very well to say it is  "free" if the other fellow does the paying but it just  does not work out that way.  So, a family of three children ~~ :   ^  and a man and a wife pay  S325 per year, or" related to our  wage standard, $650, I realize  that in Britain, even though it  is costly, that for them it has  to tieT because On th^ir" wage  standard, people would just not  take out proper medical coverage as we do here: And 1 am  sure facts will prove that a  medical    all-inclusive   program  not���the union won't let him.  In other jobs where unions do  not operate, the boss, desperate  for staff, turns a blind eye to  carelessness, wasted., time,, and  unpuhctualityV I have looked in  vain for a job where I can give  as well as receive, but it . is  useless." ' ' " ~  With concern for a deficite of  foreign payments, the following  is too costly because it is top    aiirror press, clipping seems,ra-  wasteful.  On this point, I would ask  you to look at the cost per prescription under Britain's health  scheme. At the start it was  36.04D, while by 1963 the cost  per prescription had risen to  108.06b, while the doctor's fee,  as I pointed out, is frozen, but  his work increases. So, what  happens? In many cases, the  doctor prescribes extra medicines to avoid the patient coming back again too soon.  Also, here, many times, people will go to a drug store and  buy medicines themselves,  when it is obvious what they  require, but under the "free"  system they bother the doctor  to get them.  I said that I felt that the  overall medicare program was  the keystone of the. welfare  state. What did I find in Britain? Today, employment is at  a very high rate. From what  I could see there is a very good  reason,  and  I intend to fronv  ther pointed. "Strikes at the  start of the year are hitting  new-car buyers now. They are  forced to wait up to three to six  months for delivery of a new  car. So continental manufacturers are cashing in. Citroen  will make deliveries in seven  days. Foreign car manufacturers are doing most of their  business from dissatisfied customers waiting for British estate ears."  However, don't think that the  British worker is alone in his  outlook on life. The businessmen I contacted seemed to  have an amazing! idea as to  what constituted a fair profit.  It seemed that they would rather do a small amount of  business at 100 per cent profit  instead of more business at a  lower profit, and the people  benefit by being able to get  more for their money.  In closing, let me say again,  do you, the people, after examining all the facts, say that you  this point quote at length from    are prepared to turn over to  the Daily Mirror, recognized as  the voice of the Labor Party of  Britain. I will only say this.that  I feel the verbal abuse levelled  by this paper at the British  working man is unfair as he :s  the product of this socialism or  the result and the cause should  be blamed.  I quote from the issue of  April 22 as fellows thc com*  plaint of a British woman who  wrote: "I went out to work  some years ago, intent on do*  Ing a good Job of work In re*  turn for fair wages���but I  found that the job was not important, It was the hours that  mattered most,  Jlonesty7 conscientious no s s,  and reliability aro old-fashioned words. No room for such  things today, I know���1'vo done  a man's job, I went on the  buses, and what a revelation  that was, The boss? lie's nobody. Uo.liaH.no-any, IIo dare  the government a large part of  your income plus release to it a  large part of your actualchoice  of action? Medicare under com-,  plete government control is  NOT FREE, but the choice is  yours.  It is harder to be a good winner than a good loser���one has  less practice.  CHAMBER of C o m m e r c e  Greeters Committee Chairman Canon Minto Swan, reports this week that the "Welcome" Cards displayed in store  windows in Sechelt, have re*-  ceived widespread commendation.  Visitors have expressed appreciation both of the cards and  the hospitaLity shown them in  the stores. Approval has also  been registered of the seats  prominently placed within the  business section and it is hoped  more will follow, they are certainly getting good use.  ^Welcome, letters Jor;�� chartered����;  buses and tourist cars are under consideration and flower  tubs on Cowrie Streeat are also  under discussion. Some sto��e  owners have already signified  interest in this.  Chamber of-commerce members who have not yet received  their store "Welcome'' cards,  may collect same from Rich-  ter's TV Store,  PNE dog show  big attraction  THE PACIFIC National Exhibition Dog Show; always a  favorite attraction of the 14-  day fair, moves to enlarged  and improved quarters this  year.  Held on Labor Day weekend  in past years, the Dog Show  this year will be staged the  first four days of the exhibition  ���August 21, 23, 24 and 25.  It will be held in the giant  Exhibition Forum, rather than  in the old Dog and Cat Show  Building, and this will provide  both spectators and exhibitors  with improved accommodation.  The first three days of the  Dog Show will feature individual championship all-breed  competitions, and the final day  will centre on all-breed obc-  diance trials,  For this year only, there will  be no cat show,  Prize lists for the Dog Show  can be obtained by writing or  phoning the PNE offices. Pacific National Exhibition '65 runs  from Agust 21 through September 6,  sets winter program  WITH 54 reservations received and only 18 members not  heard from, it appears that Sechelt Film Club again  is heading for a successful winter program.  This year's series will commence on Thursday, September  16 in the Activity Boom of Sechelt Elementary School and  repeated every other Thursday  up to and including February  17,1966.  TWILIGHT THEATRE  GIBSONS  Phono 886-2827  AIR CONDITIONED  Doors open 7:45 p,m. - Show f to its 8:00 p.m.  W-ii*^��W^W'WJ|Wil'S*!i��^W'*wiafti*��^^  ,   ,'  I  NEED~A~CAR?~  NEW or USED  TRY  Peninsula  Motor Prod.  SECHEW, B.C7  Ph. 885-2111   --Ted  Farewell  Thursday, Friday, Saturday,  August 12, 13, 14  |GREi30RBiR0BERTl  p||ECK;liMITCHUMl  iifif  iBERGENf:  "*'jF^MkW���'i  AM��l��*i T��wri*W-*i*AlMf����rMl 'nlttMiwiiKM.iM  ....-, ton mm ��� warn Mm  m lytuscHowEUi jayaus-iahrie wm  Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,  August 16, 17, 18  * c��u������ f-r,iu��i t ���iliMf  Childrens Special Saturday D/iatinee  Poors open 1:45 p.m. ���Show tfrarti 2:00 p.m.  Feature to he announced  Also Part  11  Lost Planet  * -        ,     <        .   .   .  This year's feature-films will  highlight events of importance  rin^the^ProvinceiOf^ Quebec -and.  the United Kingdom, with visits to England, Scotland, Northern Ireland, Isle of Man and  Wales. Besides these feature-  productions a great variety of  documentaries about music,  arts, sports; science-and Canada's North will be shown. On  November 11 the magnificent  film "Fields of Sacrifice" will  commemorate the Canadian  wardead in two wars after 20  years.  Every member will be provided with a National Film  Board portfolio, containing information sheets on every film  to be shown as well as a portfolio on Quebec, generously  made available by the depart-  menl of commerce in that province.  This being  the third Winter  Series   offered,   the  organizers  are quite confident that one  and all-will again find this type-  of relaxing and most educational entertainment very satisfactory. The cost is very low  and fixed at $2.50 per individual or $4.25 for a couple from  one home for the entire series.  Children in regular school at-"  tendance a^e not permitted to  join. Membership fees will bet  collected on September 16.  Those, who would like lo  join this club are urged to take  immediate steps as only 28  memberships are still available. Phone Mr. or Mrs. H.  Barendregt, 885-9573 for a brochure and program list.  ublic Auction Sale  SATURDAY, AUGUST 14  Complete Household of  Furniture which was the  ett H-bme at Davis Bay  TIME 2:00 P.M.  WATCH FOR SIGNS ALONG HIGHWAY  Antique Singer Sewing Machine*  Professional Hair Dryer  Wicker Flower Stand and  Clothes Hamper  One Path Towel and Mat Set  4 Foot Kitchen Cabinet  One - 2 Burner Hot-Plato  ,  One - 5 Ft, Step Ladder  Ono - Thor Washing Machine,  Good Shape  Bed Chesterfield and Three  Piece Chesterfield Sulto  One - 4 Draw Chest  Five Piece Chrome Dinette Sot  One- Enterprise Oil Range  With Chroma Pipes   ,  One�� Oil Range, Kemac Burner  Two- Bird Cages and Stands  One �� Electric Heater - Now  One - Desk  ����-����--*-One,*'*:Electrlc,Fr|dg��**������  One - Chinese Dross Stand  ' Ono - Coffee Table - Glass Top  One - Book Stand  Om �� Largo Hassock1  Four - Pillows 6V Bedspread  - Nine * Scatter Rugs  ''"',,''Oho'l.i9HT5''lProadloom'ond''' "  1   Rubber Underlay      \  Numerous,Pictures and Frames  Three - Table Lamps  Ono - End Table  Four - Kitchen Chain  Large S Pee Bedroom Suite,  with Ribbon Spring and Spring  Filled Mattress  Ono - Garbage Can  One . Push Lawn Mower  One ��Alarm Clock  Flat Glass Mirrors . One ��  18"x48" and Ono Largo Oval  Old Ornaments  Antique Chime Clock     V  One - Large Brunswick"Radio  One - Largo Rug 34"x7&"  Ono - Coleman Oil Heater  One - Oil Barrel and Stand  Miscellaneous Garden Tools  Kitchen Utensils, Silverware Etc,  Glass Dishes, Brooms and  Brushes  One - Blssell Carpet Sweeper  One - TrMLight  One - Foot Stool  One - T.V. Tablo  All goods will be cash sale. No returns  J. L. BENNER, Auctioneer  *^tatt��#W!*������*W*iW*'***��W*l  ���H-i   *   *    *$*  i^ HMV^TflW"* t,' 'W t!i" f^*tf^I>^M*^!ii(^!V*,''',,w',,m"*w  wftM#*tmmm+<>f'i*m  /.MMHtfW^^ * ��A,f ���*���'  /���������w**^��i_ il-���f"i*. ;v,^,��^*-Vl**'W^.*^'^-^V!Fl^-^��>r$''^  September 16,1964��� President Lyndon B Johnson,  Premier W.A. C. Bennett, and Prime Minister Lester  B. Pearson. This Peace Arch ceremony and receipt by  B.C. Hydro of a cheque for $273,291,661.24 marked  fonnal proclamation of the Colunxbfa River Treaty.'  ANOTHER OPPORTUNITY  SWINGS  ON BRITISH COLUMBIA'S  {  ���/   *-flt!*��ifr**��<^8f'Wfl���  JLJ  British Columbia's great years continue, flic  Portage Mountain Dam rises in the bed of the  mighty Peace River, Work presses forward on  the Duncan, .Arrow, and Mica projects on the  Columbia. Month after month our economic  development reaches new peaks, as wo build a  truly dynamic society in British Columbia. Take  this opportunity to build your savings on your  Province's development. Read in these four points  why bonds in this hew issue arc an exceptional  investment for every family.  1. Your investment earns? 5% per annum, payable quarterly,  2. Your investment is unconditionally guaranteed by the Province of British Columbia, This is your Province's pledge that regular interest payments will be made  during thc currency of tho bond, and that it will bo redeemed at par on maturity.  3. You can redeem British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority 5% Parity  ..Development. Bonds aiumyaimo-awpar^  or nt any branch of British Columbia Hydro's bankers anywhere in Canada.  4. You havo tho satisfaction of investing in. a public undertaking vital to your  Province. ��  ���  555*1  miui  \nnwmm  THE ISSUE: Purchases or this issue  by. an individual or company, are  limited to $20,000,  DENOMINATIONS: Dearer bonds  arc 'available with coupons attached  In denominations of $100, S500,  $1,000, $5,000,510,000, '-'  REGISTRATION: Bonds of 51,000,  $5,000, $10,000 and $20,000 can bo  fully registered, ,  INTEREST: Interest nt tho rate of  3% per annum will bo paid qimrtcrly  on the 1st day of December, M��y,  June, and September during the cur-,  rency ofthebond,     '  PATE  19M.  OF  ISSUE: September  1,  REDEMPTION: British Columbia  Hydro nnd Power Authority 5%  Parity Development Bonds can be  redeemed at par value at any time  nt any bank In the Province of  British Columbia, prut any branch  of HrltlslvColumbla Hydro's bankers  throughout Canada;  *i��M*^Ws**to*��i|^4*<^w*v^W  AUTHORIZED SALES AGENTS:  BANKS, TRUST COMPANIES,  AND INVESTMENT DEALERS  UNCONDITIONALLY  GUARANTEED BY THE PROVINCE*  OF BRITISH COLUMBIA      ."  7  />  ��  ** ���  h  }  Sr  I  A '  ���v.  TA  i r  ft.'"?  f IK  *A  Xx  *.  T  1  4  I  !  *!  . 11��  i  ' i  i* <  i iM  r-  ;*  WHOLESALE PRICES   '.wi-W��. mm - ioo  illO  1961  1962  1963  1964      1965  Bank of Montreal Business Review  Juiy!i965  races this' year are absolutely  guaranteed to surpass therh.  _   _ . The camels and their riders  indicated by the recent rapid rise in wholesale pric- materials, intensifying existing will romp at all 27 perform-  es, as charted by the Bank of Montreal in its July Busi- pressure on prices and costs, ances of the grandstand show  ness Review. Consumer prices and most other prices    and   that  imports   could  rise   in Empire Stadium, held after  Page 10    Sechelt Peninsulo Times    Wd., Aug. 11, 1965  Around the Village  DON CALDWELL; the eldest son of.Mr. and Mrs. Don  Caldwell of, West Sechelt, left on the weekend for  Centralia Air Force Station, Ontario where he will spend  one year attending1 officer's training course.   ��� -       Chris graduated from-Elphin-  Laugh a second  is guaranteed  A LAUGH a second is the guarantee when a pack of Arabian Camels takes to the track  at the PNE's Show of Shows? relatives Mr. and Mrs. H. Kent  for daily camel races. from Solvang, California. Sol-  Visitors to last year's Pad- J"* }* a Danish-type vUlase-  fie National Exhibition will re- *?*J���f Da.msh ,/rcf ��  member the hilarious and excit- windmills and even cobblestone  ing ostrich races, but the camel f adways are being built there  .. *     ��-.:..- ���a- *,,�� RkMi..tai.r to complete the Danish atmo-  stone two years ago and successfully passed the -rigid -officers' selection course. He will  spend 13 hours training on  Chipmunks before being introduced to jets.  Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank  Newton are Mrs. J. Finch from  Victoria (Frank's mother), and  POTENTIAL danger of spiralling prices in Canada is  also rose.  Widening gap . .  External trade future  uncertain warns bank  strongly to meet heavy demand  for machinery and equipment.  But the bank says that official forecasts of growth for  1965 will be easily achieved in.  noon   and   evening  August  21  through September 6.  Although the camels can run  faster than many horses, and  ride rougher than a kangaroo  current    dollar    terms,    even    with- the hiccups, these desert  without taking into account the  possibility of a bumper grain  harvest*in the*We^fcM'However,  the various uncertainties . . .  suggest that some slowing down  ALTHOUGH Canada's economic conditions are^ontin  uing buoyant and future prospects are good, some S^^t?of^S_S_��Sr  warning signs can already be seen m the business out- be inevitable before too long,  look, according to the Bank of Montreal in its Business especially if overheating  be-   Review for^ July7 just issuedV '      ' comes clear enough to require    ^56 cents!  The B ox M notes that in poth ~ a   more   positive   degree   of  Canada and tho United States    perienced in recent years since monetary   restraint."  ~-  the strength of last year's fcusi-    they corns at a time when the       Nevertheless, there are many  ness activity has "continued at    economy   is   operating   much favorable elements in the pre-  a good pace" into this year and    closer to capacity, when sub- sent   situation.    "With   longer  hay-burners are actually tame  enough for a child to handle.  The camels will be augmented by six more big attractions  at each grandstand performance,  where rush tickets  sell  complete  sphere.  Spending the summer with  Mr. and Mrs. Phil Gross of  West Sechelt are Mrs. Gross's  sister Mrs. O. H. Miniato and  three children Paul, .Barbara  and David. Mr. Miniato has  just joined the hotidaymakers  for a short spell and the family  is really enjoying the pleasant  climate on the isunshine Coast,  The sWden change ih weather was explained to us by  young Brian Kent who returned  from the Sun Camp tSates-tm-  Bowen Island on August 3.  It  seems that on the last night of  his stay during; a farewall pow-  for only $1. Reserved seats can   wow one of tho leaders named  be purchased for $1.50 and $2,    jtfonty performed a lrain dance  and  ^dre^  that it was an outstanding suc-  industrial   production,   already  35 per cent higher than in 1961,  ..is still expanding.  But the bank warns of uncertainty in the future of external trade, a major source  of strength during the current  business expansion, with the  gap between imports and exports widening unfavorably.  stantial wage increases are being gained and when there is  an increasing incidence of labor disputes resulting in work  stoppages." i:  BUSINESS OUTLOOK  The warning on prices was  one of several raised by the  B of M in a review of the current  business   outlook.  However), it notes that Can-1  ��� , ada's economic conditions  are ���., 4   ���.  for Canada's external trade and    continuing buoyant and that fu* tne   ec��nomy   at   this   stage,"  for gei^ral economic conditions    ture prospects are good; with; ^e B of M-Review concludes,  in   this?  country,   could   arise    the strength of last year's busi- : .���..   ,  '..   ... . ���  PRICES   RIS-.  "Further uncertainty,  both  run prospects so good, the adjustments that may be required in the months ahead  shouW .be7fiasiei|;to n^ake, particularly"*if7 due attention is  paid to theV'warning" sighs already in evidence.  "For the' danger remains  that what should be merely a  pause for breath could turn'  into* a major readjustment if.  excessive demands- are put on  from a continuation of price  increases such as have taken  place in wholesale prices re*  cently," the B of M states.  The first signs of "strong upward pressure on prices" appeared in late 1964 and, between October,, 1964, and June,  1965, wholesale prices in Canada rose by over three per  .cent,,..    .,:,',,'..:..  ,      .:..,,,.���:..,..,  "Certainly these increases as  yet  indicate  only   mild ! infla-  ness activity continuing <f at a. ���  good i>aqe" into this year!  In addition, plans for capital  expenditure this year which already call for a" substantial in7  crease appear to have been revised upwards in recent  .months.  FURTHER   EXPANSION  However, the B of M says  "there is a real question whether any further sizeable expan-  tionary pressure compared with slbn in capital spending , ',., .  the record in most countries,'^ yco ujt d be achieved without  the bank says,       ,,. V ",.,Z   causing-    considerable  V distbr-  . "However, they do pose, cs- tion." It points out that adcll-  pecially for Canada, a some- tional demands would be placed  what greater danger of spiral- oh already short supplies of  ling prices than has bcen ex-    certain categories of labor and  Alimony is a system by  which, when two people make  a mistake, one of them continues to pay for it.  NORMAL PEARS  A child may have normal  fears of certain sounds, animals or things that could hurt  them and such fear may preserve them from harm. Fears  of traffic, large strange animals jpr smoke are protective  if not in excess but it is not  normal for, a youngster to be  frightened of the dark in his  own home, or of little harmless  creaiurcs.; It eases his fears if  his parents help him to analyze the dread he may have.  Help him to express just what  he thinks' could happen to him;  or hurt,him. If the trouble is  darkness, let him have a dim  light in his room, so that he  can see his familiar- furnishings. Don't ever scold or rjdi  cule Kim.  cess.  A familiar white Valiant station wagon is driving around  the area again. The well known  occupants being Rev. Canon  Alan Greene and his wife who  have returned from a visit to  the "Old Country," which lasted some months.  "1  The Sechelt Peninsula Times  ALL  SUMMER SHOES  PLUS BROKEN LIMES  Will Be SoM From  i/3 to  i/2 Off  DOOR SPECIAL  2 PAIR NYLONS  *W*p*��*#****��*��*��*w**��Hp*��*w'<--wa-  c   __98'_  Wigard's Shoe Store  ,   Phono 885-9519 Socholt, B^C.  PAPER!  Each week pictures and news of your  community, (Of its plans for progress, of  its hopes and dreams, news of your  neighbors, shopping news from your  local stores . , , all these are in The  Times, Make use of your paper . .'. suo--  port it by becoming a regular subscriber.  You'll get it regularly by convenient mail  delivery,      ,  Puts        7.  the thing�� >  you want  within  '.V'    '    ���       ,   ��� N  your reach  Bank otp  CLIP THIS COUPON  No73  Yds, I'd llko to bo a rogMlor subscriber to Tho Socholt Peninsulo  Times ond support my community newspaper,     ���     V  Enclosed la choquo   p   M/O   ���   for |..  NAM? *-.--  ADDRESS v.  '* ��t�� ��Jif n *�������*������*��*��* �����  -������������-���-���*ti��-.l-l*--*N-">>ll*-��->>*��1||^  PLEASE CHECK: Subtcrlptlon Rotcii  Now D    RonoWol 0       1 year $5 -, 2 yaor�� %9'm 3 yoori |13  MAIL OR URING TOj '     ' '  .  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A      *   ,\l       .     , (-, *  i A   ��| * # |    . i   t     TT.-l.^.i ���*Wj^*-*  ^--** **-*r* -T *.-        n   -  L    J-*^4*1**' *���-.*    ,  ��**> "-"**,�����*->��-*-    .*_   _��*W  r.      4  -tV-*^!',**'*,i"*  J  {  ���"��- j.iX  Wed., Aug. 11,1965    Sechelt Peninsula Times    Page 11,  7  ���.'   \  >l ���  /  <���/   n ia-j-  %i  4  ���*i *  vf  <*.;  ?  ���4->  �����  - 1J  6-  ���7  _ '  -7?  tt'  .1 i  If  1 t        X  ���<-+  in  H  ^4  1-  I".  ��'   ���  K    ,1  h      '  -    *  I   \)  ,;\j  i'  *^IS����.k.����di*^W.**W.��W*^tSWWf��'����  Not too long ago, small logs, sawmill cuttings ancl veneer  clippings had little Value'.-in the forest industry. Then,  W-^lelXr^  Today, as pulp, newsprint, paper, cartons, Pres-to-logs and  panel board, this material is now of great value to world  markets, And in turn, to the people oJt British Columbia.  Waste not, want not, This old-fashioned policy pays handsomely in two ways. Right now, it ensures that every acre  of forest wftryield^  But equally important, by using this former waste, we're  preserving essential timber resources for future generations of Canadians, For your children and thmr children.  Mfa^1r^��tM^W��M#  MAClVIILLA-Sr, BLOEDEL and POWELL RIVER LIMITED  fiuilding the fareata of the future. Building the future of the forests.  V     ."  , 'A >  i-'l   " '  .,<���-.7 7 ���   <-  t < I  rv  ,1.7-  I    (*Jr  ..,,.  :?""  14w-����.t,W^f..*��*,Afe4*w.t''*W,.Lr*��  ^A��tW**-.*M!^*��*~b*-'<-��t*M"l^  ^���"W ^4i/M^I^^  l���^i.K^V"ft.'>''-1"*4iajJJ.  *5 .fcM^^^*tS*iJ^^-.^/i^vSt*f^*l-^��ffl>��i)>*.'t  <  jr  jJir  is  o  M  VI  I'I  is  I-  ���i  ,{'  ���I  !t  <<V  ::1:  /  ���  Poge 12    Sechelt Peninsula Times    Wed., Aug. 11, 1965  Squaringty Yours  -���by. Maurice Hemstreet'  HI, THERE!   Here I sit broken-hearted,  can't think  of a thing to write, and I won't get finished if I don't  get started.      - -,  =   rings.  Solemn moment  UNABLE to hear, but intently watching the face of Re- Dariene Plumerfelt, sis-  ���   demptorist Father Edward Hamel from Our Lady   ter ^ ^ bride acted as ma,  of Perpetual Help Parish, Vancouver, David McDoneU   teon of ^^^ wttt bridesmaids  and ?Arnitta 7Beimei7 are ;abput to take their marriage  vows. Father Hamel used as much vernacular as possible during the ceremony, which is a combination of sign  language and spoken word, as used in GaUaudet College,  Washington. The beauty and solemnity of the marriage    ,���   within the sacrifice of the Mass will long be remembered   were ushers, the soloist was   tJlan,tJack Inglis, for his en-  Marlene WbytepandsI_ynn^MuV  ton both from Vancouver.  Paul McDoneU, brother of  the groom was best man and  Sonny Schooer and Jack Wise  Saturday nights open air  square dance,on July 31, 1965  Was almost a complete failure,  yes, I went down to the Shell  Service Station lot, set up my  equipment and played beautiful music for an hour, let's face  j-facts,-square dance - and west--  J ern - music * has some real toe  ] tapping sounds so regardless of  t the lack_6f square dancers the  - air was still filled with the  'T spirit of square dancing and at  this-time I would like to thank  all those who-took part in the  trial run: of open air square  dancing the past four weeks.  I would venture to say that in  square dancing, club members  do dance through, a season  starting in September till April  and therefore look forward to  a change of pace in the summer months- However in a  larger arj��a there would always  be a sqifare- dance somewhere  and danders will come. Up here,  do have a ferry problem on the  Sunshine Coast, which inturn  makes it impossible to widen  our square dance boundaries,  but we tried with quite some  success.  I would  also like to  bysvthose priviledged4o vWitness���.me^ceremony.^  Mr. JackJtfayneyofSecj^t.  The reception was held in the  Royal Canadian Legion Hall,  Sechelt where the young couple  received guests standing under  a trelised archway which had  been decorated with *a profusion .  of white and pink carnations,  the pillars of the hall were similarly decorated.  The three-tier wedding cake  which centred the bridal table  was surmounted by two doves '  holding a wedding ring and the  tiers were divided by lattice  work decorted with roses and  leaves. An heirloom knife belonging to the Benner family  was used to cut the cake, Mr,  Fred Jorgenson proposed the  toast to the bride. Servers for  the reception were Mrs. Joan  Korgen, Mrs. P, Tyson, and  Mrs. P. Lemieux.  The bride's . mother chose a  black and white dress with  white accessories and pink corsage. The mother of the groom  wore a champagne dress with  ���54 length nylon lace coat and  blue accessories and a corsage of white and pink carnations.  A matelosse red suit was chosen by the bride for her going  away outfit with dimple crowned cloche hat and white accessories and white gladiola cov-  sago.  For their wedding trip the \  couple will travel to San,Diego,  California and on their return  will reside in "Pender Harbour.  OutrtKE-town guests TmcJluded  Ihe groom's aunt from Seattle  Mrs, K . Klrsop, grand parents  Mr, and Mrs, E, J, Wise, Mrs.  Helen he Psrtourel,Mrs; G.  McDoncll, Mrs. G." Wise ohel  Donna Wlpkler from Vancouver; Mr, and Mrs, P. Benner  from Pcntlcton; Mrs. Spcch  and Mr, H. Spcch, from Hancy,  B.C.,  Mrs, I, Schltalesky and  ARNITTA Barbara Benner, second daughter of Mr. and . 'MK*. M. Erickson from Vancou-  Mrs. Louis H. Benner of Selma Park became the   v��?r.  Afnlttn^and  Dnyja  also  brido of David Roy Pickard, son of Mr, and Mrs. Sid   we,cortcd   thirty-flve, ��� fecial  *McDoncll of"*MadGlra-Park*on-SaturdayrA��gust"7ri963r  The    marriage    within < tbci  deavor to help, also my taw  Pe_7 for^faithfully going with  rae ahdPto Cathy Berry for  helping \-dth the equipment. Altogether, I   would   say    that  those whb.did take part in the  dances will have something to  remember. Yes, Peg brought  our two ^babies down a couple  of times and even they bounced  to the music. They are seven  months imd   fourteen   months  and when I asked them if they  would like to join in the square  dancing they replied, and I  quote, "ew era strepxe ylno ni  elttar gnikahs." Now a closer  look will reveal that this is  baby talk backwards, mean*  ing-we are experts only in rattle shaking." Well, that's the  way it goes.  I_see that_ the school board  is advertising night school in  square dancing, so if you are  interested send in your application to the school board at  Gibsons and if enough names  are sent in to make it worth  while then classes will begin  in the fall, watch the Sechelt  Times for further information.  I have another little rhyme���  Little Boy Blue come blow  your horn, the sheeps in the  meadow, the cows in the com,  where's the little boy who looks  after, the sheep, why * he's at  a square dance down the street.  How's that, hmm?  I guess I had better stop  while I'm two, two steps ahead,  so promenade right out the  door, that _ it, there isn't any  more.  Only vou can  JURIST  HRESI  Serving the Community for 15 years  "FREIGHT - PERSONNEL  Scenic Tours Arranged  CALL  HERS RUDOLPH  Phone 885-2828 - Sechelt, B.C.  Pickard-Benner rites  Pickard-Benner  teil raipk Gils�� vows  Im cQioiirfil cercmoMy  ! >**&B>rt-*4^W*^w^MV**^  .Klin. ���  sacrificeof the Mass wt*��J hold  at tho Holy Family Catholic  Church, Sechelt, Father Edward Hamel officiating, ,���"  Floral, decoration* for the  ceremony wcjre pure white gladioli   and   sphlcr   chrysnnthc*  the bride wore �� tyM length  ({own of satin with nylon tullo  arid pcau-do solo lace trim,  Illy point,sleeves and' scallop*  ed neckline, A single strand of  pearls was her only piece( of  Jewelry, The triple, length veil  niumT'wlUi'"two wrought Iroir~^'^dccf front "a  poaH  tiara  pedestals   of   floral   arrange*    ^ t,- ,ov^y brJdo cfuTlcd A  bouquet of baby red roses,  white net bows and cascading  streamers   tipped   with  silver  ments flanking the altar; tho  guest pews wero marked with  white satin b;>ws and Illy of tho  valley, Escorted by her father,  MORE ABOUT . . *  Playday plans  from pan* 1���  f ������,-������ ���        ' i ,���".'���������  talncd from Mrs. P. Lawrencq  W-2001, ori Mrs. P, Clark 885*  ,0357. Entry forms will bo pub*  ,., llshcd In tlie���next Issue of p thlu.  paper together with prize list,  Entry forms to be submitted hy  noon Saturday,, August 21 lo  Mr. Charles English, nil X Gibsons, Post entries will cost dou*  bio,      ,  1  CAR & TRUCK TIRE CENTRE  W^t^.ttl&WKW^MBtini'  l^t,*,*uMl^supplyr*'^l8ll'"vyoM^,^TI^��,  requirements  Quality - Servlco -Economy  ��� 'Mrtte^dWw-iirf W&**8��*  1  ���*Ka<^%��^M*H^*ts(4^fl��^��Mi)��as('  GIBSONS m SERVICE  For Easy Budget Terms  Use yoiir SHELL CREDIT CARD  or Apply for A Bank Loan  'mCJa  ./^"M.1*, tit:  U^,.*.��    -��, *-��+-�� f^ft^i^  *  .  if^��--ui  *w*��w -*^*rt1-��''U***,*?**J4tf'' t  the public, Jit is no1 wonder -Mr  Booth is worried. JW^_would_i��e  too if ���jour���policemen ~ went  around kicking doors down and  grabbing little old ladies by the  throat. This is simply not done  In polite society where, almo-l  anything "else goes. ,  Have you taken a .look at/our  Round about the town  . * i , -        ,' i * j \ r   ,   _  {     ,     -t.'A  \    A;    ,. ,  '   i     N��,   ���By Ed Green  THERE is said to be a great* shortage' of wmedy/wiai-  ^    ers lor the movies and TV. ._Wis not so. If you  don't fceUeve'il take aUtok at the .antics of our %$*.-  ^ysld^mteasai, -     ':  -t . : :���~ ;���  jHere* is im untapped ������ source ���- robbers- and. murderers' or/1 o  of, the greatest comedy *e^ar-,.present .a pleasing itnage;,lo  written. It is side-splitting; < it-  if natural and nothing could be  more, convulsing... Hereiis  an'  example.  j As jyou Twidggle along the series-<rf'sharp reverse bends v/e  call . our, . -highway, you -��� are  greeted/with exhortations paint-  ^ <>n the roadway to Keep B.C. _        CJreen- You areT-entitled io "*cx- fine new hospital lately.? ..These  pect some belp from the Wgh- i- sits, a jewel in a lovely sand-  vyaysdept. in this matter, no pile setting. This is light,up  what do they .dot-Thfy send 47 to the minute; the latest ^n  big tai&truck_out and squirt 7 modern trends. At one time  leal laller -on all the green foliage beside, the1 road and turn  it a "duty brown. It speedily  becomes a crackling dry waste  as dangerous as a Under box.  Though it .hasn't happened here  yet, a lighted match, or burning cigaret butt tossed .into it  from a passing car would leave  this part of B.C. anything but  green. Not too long ago, before "  this   foliage   was   sprayed,   a  cigaret  butt  thrown  from   a  passing car caused a fire that  burned, thousands   of  feet  of  felled and bucked timber.      . .  Chief  of  the   comedians   in  the highways dept. is its head,  Flying Phil Gaglardi. He says,  "Speed does not kill." He is  quite right, the astronauts zip  around at  seventeen thousand ���  miles-an-hour   and   feel   fine.  What   would  happen  if  they  ran into another astronaut travelling in the opposite idrection  can be imagined. Jolly old Phil  could have added, "Speed doesn't matter. It's the sudden stop  that does the damage."  Chief Booth of the Vancouver city police is also a comedian. In common with other police heads "he implores the critics , to "Get off our backs."  He says he wishes the public to  regard his policemen as their  friends. In view of what happened a short time ago this is  going'to be hard.  |t seems that a little, grey-  haired\old lady who was probably on social - welfare, liked  to add .to her small income by  talcing bets on the horses at  various tracks. She had, it is  said, been pinched on two pre*  vipus occasions for this heinous  criine and.was therefore a  habitual, $���. noV a ��� hardened  criminal. She must; be stopped  at all costs and to bring this  , about two husky!, cops-f-your  friends, Chief JBootb says���wont  out to do this very thing.  Wed., Aug. 11. 1965    Sechelt Peninsula Times    Page 13  hospitals were surrounded ��� l>i  rich green lawns and - flower  beds in full bloom but this must  nave had a psychological reaction in people who realized that  cemeteries too had vast, la wu*  and flower beds. They must  .have felt that one complimented the other and both were to  be avoided at any price.  There is- another psychological angle to - consider ' hex 2  When:the wind, blows it raifes  great clouds of sand that can  make patients think they're ro  the Sahara , desert, and .this  gives them no end of a lift bo-  cause-most of them would'rather be anywhere but here. Ihe  stuff also filters inside the  building and covers everything.  This is of great benefit to  everybody but the ward-maids  because you can't slip very  much on a sanded floor.  In discussing this immensely  modern trend we discover it is  not to remain so. It seems  there is a three-stage plan in  the works whereby the lawns  and flower beds are to be de-  Lions carousel  ,  funds booster  SUNSHINE  Coast lions  Club'  returned   Sunday   from   another successful trip to Powell,  River   where   they   journeyed,  with their popular carousels to  boost the Sea Fair celebration. -  A few stalwarts of the- club  left Friday evening after a busy'  session loading up equipment, v  and went into operation Satur- ,  day,. Estimated results of the  project is about $300 which will  go toward the club's charitable  causes/  -*-,-���'  PREVENT FOREST FIRES  Centennial posters  POSTERS prepared to publicize British Columbia's two  years of celebrations, 1966 and 1967, are displayed  by Mrs. Ella Cawley, left, and Miss Dorothy Hoise of  the Provincial Centennial staff. The two posters are  the first of a series-of five being distributed within the  next year by the Canadian Confederation Centennial  Committee of British Columbia. The first 15,000 will cov-   ,    er B.  C, as well as  points  in the United States  veloped  in,  as  stated,  three and abroad! The fishing scene is symbolic <if thousands  cS'Jre!sea teck tf moS   ��* fishermen's hide-a-ways where steelhead lurk. The  available tat  present.-It  will   totem poles, areVin.Thunderbird Park at Victoria, B.C.  cost, it is'said, about six thou-   __,e Empress Hotel can be seen in the background  sand dollars to landscape the  grounds and if done at once it  would be necessary to raise the  mill rate higher than the taxpayers agreed upon Mr Buckley, the administrator, who is  struggling to keep costs down,  says this would never do, and  wc agree with him, up to a  point.  As taxpayers, whose money is  paying for this hospital, even  if wc pre not familiar with what  goes oh behind the scene*-, we  can only judge from what we  read In the newspapers We  were told that the money allotted, seven or eight hundied  thousand , dollars,   w 0 u.l d   he  backgroun-  -B.C. Centennial Photo  DOCTOR OF  OPTOMETRY  204 Vancouver Block  Vancouver, B.C.  Will be in Sechelt  MONDAY,  AUGUST 16fh  For on appointment 1  .Jtor eye examination.*  '     phone 885-9525  They (lldVk too. They caught    bat-ely enough to complete the  her with a betting slip In her    hospl al and for this reason it  ' would , be  impossible  to  1 **��aiJs�����jMi��w#*.^tt*flBS""swiS��'��  tiny, delicate, aged' hand, She  was somewhat alarmed when  the t\vo: big cops V broke'-" in no ;  she stuffedv the betting slip Jn  her mouth and tried to swallow  it;' Did she net away with this  riofnrlouis deed?' She did not,  Oho cop seised her by thc  throat while the other daring  guardian of the law,rammed  two big fingers Into her mouth  nnd pulled out the evidence of  her perfidy, She wns then haul*  cu] before tho beak who fined  her. To the great dismay of  Chief Booth it is said that she,  nnd mnny others who lenrnud  of tills incident, do not consider  the, Vancouver, cops, as their  frjonds, I wonder why?.   -  J, Ih nn awful thing to hot  that one nag can run faster  than tho other; It is more hor*  rlblo then selling a bottle of'  alleged whiskey that hos been'  bought 'ttrrgoVornmenVUnuor'  fltpro, 1 With criminals llko .book.  m��konr;an<J bootleggers'.���'���tow*'  nlpR loose thero Isn't too much  tlmo for tho cops to catch bank  build  n," residence'' for ' tho /nurses.  They would have to find he* t  commociation In private homes.  Necessary though it might be,  there was simply not enough  money available to build such  a place. Wo arc still thinking  this over when a nurses' res!*  donee 'begins to take shapo at a  cost, it was said, in the' neighborhood of sixty thousand dollars. Where did that money  come from? Wo do not' know  or care but it is reasonable to  expect that having* gone this  far ' In ' finding tho money it  would have been a! simple matter to add another six or seven  thousand to the sum, Moan*  time the sou'ensters blow and  half our hospital grounds will  end up,.In tho bush. ,.',���,,  0��-L.&. a a a OfciC-Z. a a a 0&.O.-C. a a a 0-��<C&. a a ��� %$dm&mGm  Chiropractic Office  ,    M0N,iTHURS.r5AT.  11678 Marin�� Prlvo - Gibsons  .     Phono 086-9843 '  '. i  ^**UMil*<WW��*t��Mi>��(.  L .;*>��Wwtf.��hfJ*Si>**ift t-��.  Beauty Mmm  Evelyn Hayes  Aboyo Post offlc*  Citttlno and Styllnn  Tuotday to Saturday 9^8  ''V^i,fS^lriWiy';To* "'""  Hair Boauty" v'  ?hono 885-9525  Funny, the little things that annoy   few customers will ever again get  customers! Like hearing a busy   the busy signal from your phone.  signal every time they call you, for  example. They get to feel unwanted, Wouldn't you? You might as  well leave your business phono  lying on the desk I  Every now and again a customer  It could pay for Itself sooner than  you think just by the business,  you save.  You will even Pick up hew  customers, folks, tired of being  buzzed at by one of your single  5 >  if .-  *-\  <>./  ii's  hears your busy *slgnal*bnce too���line competitors.'  *^**H#.��^k4��a.*��W��WW��l=MIUW!W^^*lFf' (*t**-WW*fV**H>**���*-�����*����� fc^��,(����^  often���and phonesa competitor:  �� maitwlth a voice, not a buzz.  The economical solution: an  ��dd/t/ona/ telephone //ne, Then,  Learn flow much more another  line can lmproveydurbuslness,and  at such little cost. Call and ask. our  Marketing and Sales Department.   .  ���MCMM ; emwmmsiA me/mm c&Mmir  WOUtOWIDI MUTMONl CONNtaiONS ��� INTMNATIQNAl TWX ANO TlilTYM SEfcVICt ��� iAOIOTHWIONM  aOSCO CIRCUIT TV ���* INTERCOM AND TAGING SYSTEMS m fUCTROWIUTIItS ��� OATAfMONES  ANSWERING AND AlARM UNITS ���OVER W OTHER COMMUNICATION AIDS fOR MODERN HOMES AND BUSINESS  ���wi ' ��� m in 1 ��i un ' j ' 1 11 ' '11111 imi 1 111 w iiiMiii/i  ^��lFf'WlWW^fWtt#*|'-*^^t-<t1lrT>V*<,��**>��V<*','MI|t >*'���-)  ''�����*  ^^^^W^^n^n^**^***'*-'^^  .!|J!PU�����.��+-'J>**-*.��1 i-i-W!.,"**V^)V-,"W1**'\  r. */���*-    <,*-���.     W-wi *  .  ^  m. t t^^i|ti  *.+        -* JT*      ^  Page 14    Sechelt Peninsula Times    Wed., Aug. 11, 1965 -   F"  '-       rUf ����� *-  I  i| ��'  *"'  If,'  Ii'.'  J!  ��,v  Vr* -  Indoor sunshine  WEDNESDAY'S rain may have dampened the gardens  but certainly not the spirit of St. Bartholomew's WA  members who soon altered plans resulting in a very  pleasant indoor garden party. Mrs. J H. Kelly, wife of  Rev. Kelly, congratulates Convener Mrs. Florence Blake  /      Pleasant chat  A TEA PARTY is .the time for reminiscing especially on a rainy day and surrounded by old friends. Members of St. Bartholomew's WA pictured here are, from  left, Mrs. F. Fisher, Mrs. R. Telford, Mrs. H. Chaster, Mrs. H. JJ. Oswald and Mrs,  L. Dadswell. \ ~:  _|  Blake. President of St. Bartholomew's WA is Mrs. J7 K.  Wood.    ~ Winner of the door prize was  a young man from Port Arthur,  Ontario?: Master TTeff Hut chins/  who together with his family,  Mr. and Mrs. John Hutchins  and twin sisters Judy and Jill  has been spending the holiday  with his grandparents, Mr. and  Mrs. Wm. Hutchins.  USE TIMES CLASSIFIED  Oh my!  LITTLE Ann Margaret is all set to make short work of  this giant helping of raspberry shortcake before  Mum arrives on the scene. Anne is the daughter of Mr.  and Mrs. Tommy Parker pictured here with Godmother  Mrs. Dorothy Bracewell.  Just what I want  ATTRACTIVE little stuffed toys and slippers caught the  attention of many people at St. Bartholomew's annual tea party. Mrs. Irene Coleridge, left, served many  delighted customers.  Big success . . .  Annual Garden Party  at St. Batholomew's  RAIN AND raspberries usually make a most unhappy  combination but for the St, Bartholomew's Annual  Garden Party they proved tp be basic ingredients for a  most successful event. ~~.���~~'���v , v  ������������������  PENINSULA  PLUMBING LTD.  ,'���/ Al * A.    7  tn 't    <"h        A  ,   \ Visitors from Port Arthur  JUDY DECIDES that little bonnet and sun top are just  right for her twin sister Jill. The grandchildren of  Mr. and Mrs, Wm. Hutchins of Gibsons spent a happy  time at the Anglican WA tea party admiring tho many  colorful and attractive garments for solo;  i ^^v^^^^jS*-t��*wft��-**!i!Murt��**  f  I  '   { " "��� '  49'  ^��_.UNITARIAN-FELLOWSHIP-OF-THE-���-r  SECHELT PENINSULA  MEETING THURSDAY, AUGUST 12  SPEAKER E, D, MACRAE  Director' Alcoholic Foundation  SUBJECT: ALCOHOLIC PROBLEMS  8 p,m, Earl Halg Camp -'Roberts Crook  All members of the public aro invited,  Plans wero changed when  August 4 arrived in a deluge of  rain, but, when 2 p.jn. arrived  thc Anglican Parish Hall at  Gibsons was just about the  most pleasant place to spend a  rainy afternoon,   Rev. J. II. Kelly welcomed  guests to tho hall and Mrs,  Kelly declared thc fete open.  WA member/) were kept busy  throughout tho rtftcrnoon scrvf  Ing lavish helping's of raspberry  shortcake,  BuBy In tiio ki tchen wero:  Mrs,, Gwon Hicks, Mrs, Ann  Warn, Mrs/#, Wnrdcll/ Mrs,  Pearl Cooper nnd Mrs, J, Atkinson; ' Servers woroi Mrs,  Edith Kcnnott, Mrs., Ev Coop* t  er, Mrs, Betty.Honnlkor, Mrs,  Dorothy Brncowell, Mrs; Scrnt*  chly and Mrs, Morris,* Also glvt  Ing Invaluable assistance were  "PnrbnrrlKflllyr Susan" Kcnn<Ht,u  Patricia Wood, Trudy Swanson  and Rita Illncks,  Attendants nt tho well-stocked  JLaklng table wore Mr��. Flossie*  Craven,   Mrs, Rlslo, JIutchinH,  Mrs, h,, Lafoml nnd Mm, Edith  I3nk(ir.  The sewintf lublc proved very  popular nnd offered n variety  of attrnctlvo nrtlclcn ranging".'  from stuffed toys to men's  shirts, In nttondanco "womi  Mrs, Jtrcno ColcrldRo, Mrs,' II,  Swanson, Mrs. N, Dolley and  Mrs. R. Thomas,  Mrs, Marie Clarke and Mrs,  G. Benson were busy selling  tickets for the cjoor prize and  the convener of this pleasant  occasion   was   Mrs,   Florence  800 COLOURS  to choose from  PAINT BRUSHES  SANDPAPER  Everything for your  Decorating needs  Phone 886-9533  Gibsons, B.C.  (OAST PAVING LTD,  . r",   ,   . _  f(�����"��������'��� "'"""���'I"'**1"' .__���  �����- ��� 4" ^ w  ta*t$M-- KJ9 mutt  Box 545  GIBSONS, B.C.  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FULL MONTHLY PREMIUMS p ONE PERSON: $5.00 _a FAMILY OF TWO $10.00 W FAMILY OF THREE OR MORE: $12.50  Tfie Provincial Government pays one-half of the premium for persons and families who  ���had no taxable income in 1964 and one-quarter of the premium for persons and  .families whoJj3$Uaxable income of;$l,OdO.Gp:Jess in 1964. -->--.-  i  The British Columbia Medical Plan makes available to If you have not mailed your application for enroll-  -ail residents of British Columbia, irrespective of age ment by August 31st for coverage from October 1st,  or health or Income, prepaid medical insurance at the next open period will be November for medical  reasonable premiums. coverage commencing January 1st, 1966.  LY NOW... FOR BENEFITS FRI  }  GTOSERl  MAIL APPLICATION REQUEST CARD FROM BOOKLET SENT TO YOU BY MAIL, OR MAIL THIS COUPON TODAY!  .;���-;��--.---���-.-������ -.-.-. -<cut along dotted Iine>~* "--��� ��� :,   r ���  1'  :.I7.  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PLEASE MU NT  NAME.  1 ill' I II 171 1 1 711 I II I  ADDRESS  I  I  I  I I I  I I I  I  1  MINIM  Number Streef or Box Number or Rural Rome  III    II    I I    I    II    I    I    I    I    17    I    1-n-M  City or Town >  s^*��*w��t*^*-��afW!W-w^W^  fe^JJJ^^  7'       ���   ,   ' ���,  ��      , ������ ,   1410 QOVERNMRNT ST,, VICTORIA, p,Ci    ' '  '. ���" Initiated hy tho Covotnmmt ��� Approved by tho Doctors  ll  ���^  41  V*  :a  ti,  *;J  _*fl  & ���*  f7  / ���  ���I ���  f   >  r  *  U _*   -  "���V,  Hi  W'  lv  w"ik,,  '.  ';;?V. v  :  '77   ,  Ay-.  ���> h i  of flritlsh'Columbln  ol British Columbia.  TnaHonaunWeWAAACZBcnnGttAlt^  the Honourable Westoy DA.Btackt Provincial Secretary' "'  1  1  1  '    ,  ' ' J  I  ,'              I  ���i,  ;: I'V'.'  1  '  ������I '���  1  .!���           '  ..'. '  ' '!, -\  1......  '   .     ..    ,',   -. ni/i ,��i ���.    !   .  1  J , .  .'..    ,1   . ,.  1 !"i  '* jTS.'* '  ��� '.���,���'..���  '  ;;.:,\  '  A 1  "y *f  ���t   ' '  !,i,  I   I     .  I ,       ,   ,       ,   ���  *,lH-"' ^1 U-lt.  Page 16    Sec heir Peninsulo Times    Wed./ Aug. 11/ 1965^  7^ v,T*^  Down Memory Lane  ���      ���*4>y Margaret, Allan  MAJOR Sutherland was police and.relief officer^when  I came to Sechelt; the youngest Major in the British  Army and Colonel in the Second World War.  There were no criminals a-  round to amount to anything���  just a few making home brew  (even in zinc tubs). He married Renee Nickson, daughter  of the Nickson's of Rexwpod  who had a quarry on Marine  Drive. I remember Mr. Nick-  son had something to jio^ with  bringing the water from Capi-  lano to Vancouver.  The Irvine's were at Porpoise  Bay and built -a lovely home  "called  Heronsgyllout of  the"  bush. Mr. Irvine's folk* had a  .castle in Scotland and Mrs. Ir-  many kooks in it ��� no wonder  governments go wacky.  *  I was thrilled to see a school  being built in the West End,  but back to the old one���they  were hard on the trustees. Bill  was secretary for a while and  a fifty cent shortage on ihe  hooks resulted in a Royal Commission who found the outhouses had been cleaned and  not reported.  The ^bowlers on Granville  Park Bowling Green, sure have  a ball, some of them are fighting arthritis and one old lady  Cultured society ���  DEPTHS to "which human slovenlyness sinks is obvious  from this spectacle on the waterfront picnic site.  It is even worse to learn it is in front of an expensiifv-ei  new home overlooking the area. The litter container  was in this condition from Sunday until Wednesday afternoon and is no credit to the garbage arrangements within the village. As may be seen, much of the mess was  not simple picnic waste. Council plans steps to remedy  the situatioru______ ���____  Co-iilicjfog views ^..  wish. He was told by Coun.  Feeney that he too- was on a  meter and did not: like it any  more than others, it was nevertheless, the only fair way council could come up with' to keep  the system on an economical  basis.  Mr. Harris was assured a  check would be carried out on  his meter, council felt the readings did seem somewhat out of  line.*fe;K~7  ^i^L^L^^^J^t^ P^ys well-Thejr-must be-  all Scottish for a big baskot  of scones just went past me. A  lady'asked me if we had any  bowling greens and tennis  courts in Sechelt but' I replied  "No, it is just a growing place  but they might get a benefactor like the Indian Band who  donated eleven acres for the  hospital."  While watching a high-rise  building going up in Vancouver,  the crane swinging atop (too  far away for me to give advice) a small boy passed and  said; "Hullo grandma" ��� I  came.down to earth. '  to the Red Cross; she is now in  a nursing home, here in Van-,  couver.  I wonder how many remember the lovely moonlight cruise  to their place on the old Comox  run, by Capt. Brown, who was  short sighted, and the honeymoon couple who bad left their  luggage behind. The communist group who camped on.the  waterfront and went away  chanting and waving the red  flag (not the Maple Leaf), they  didn't all go in the sea. It is  paradoxical that the country is  so prosperous, yet there are so  Gibsons water meters  cause lengthy debate  WHICHEVER way they turn, councillors of Gibsons  found last week, the road appears to lead in the  wrong direction, for one resident complained of being  taken off the water meter and another local man questioned the excessive cost of being on a meter.  Mr. E. Mason previously pay- ~~ ""  ing $5.51 for six months complained that on the flat rate off  a meterv we would have to  pay $15 for the next six months.  Everybody should be on a meter, he said, then large families  would have to pay according to  v/hat they use.  Mr. Mason was told by Coun.  Fred Feeney that the flat annual rate was a low figure  compared to many other districts including Sechelt, he was  supported by Chairman Aif  Ritchey who said his: previous  half yearly payment of $5.51  was extremely low.  Mr. Mason, however, adopted  the attitude that he. was not  concerned with rates elsewhere  his only interest was with what  lie paid In Gibsons. His "complaint regarding cpuncil decision, to remove meters and increase water costs, was that  the whole thing was done in  an underhanded way.  ... This was hotly denied by  Coun. Sam" Fladager,yvhile the  chairman explained that any  decisions  made   were   carried  out in open council at which the  public were free to attend.  Mr. Mason then complained  of tbe charge "of 25c for a copy  of the bylaw, a nominal fee  charged by most municipalities. He informed council they  should purchase a mimeograph  machine and mail copies to all  tax payers in the district.  This was followed up with  further complaints regarding  motorists/ still driving down  Balls Lane despite rio-eritry  signs, and the "bad (conditions  of certain roads in that area-  Nature of complaints by.Mr.  N. Harris' was that althougjh he  he went to great lengths to  conserve >vater," the amount  registered on the meter appeared way out' and would indicate  a,'fantastic, annual water bill.  Apart from the possibility of a  faulty meter, as suggested by  Coun, Fladager, he felt thc  meter rate was too high. He  , explained it; vvas not those on  .meters who wasted water.,People on a flat rate arc free to  use or waste as much as they,  #^!*)��*il*��-**(��Bl!6*>*����-#HtJ( k>  .Jr...-.  A REMINDER TO RESIDENTS OF  THE  SUNSHINE COAST  j   Please dial all s^ven digits to  complete local phone calls  Telephone subscriber- of tho Sunshine Coast-���- Port Mellon  Sechelt ond Gibsons ���. aro reminded that AM. SEVEN DIGITS  MUST PE DIALLED to complete telephone colli, This Is duo  to modifications to exchange equipment in preparation tor  extended froe-calllHo service later this year. |f_ you are haylnfl  difficulty completing calls, remember you mutt now dial all  seven digits,  I    I  BCTELA&  mrwti wtyMm nunim mmmt  .... .-*���*���*�� <���*������* ���


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