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 Serving the Sunshine Coosr, (Hcwe Sound to JerriX InietJr-indudfng Pert Meller*, Hopkins Landing, Grcnrhcm's Landing, Gibsons, Rchem Creek,  s Wilson Creek., Selma Pork, Secheit, Halfmoon Boy, &cret Cave, Pender Hcrfaowr, Madeira Pork, Kieitviaie, Irvine's Lending, Ecri C&?e, Egmont.  WICNESOAT, MARCH 25. '64   lQc  At Sechelt  tfi  i*s  ���ft  IS  H.  ,*i��.  ate  fe'1  ���_^  *  s  -Si  ��1  B  lb  IS  _*���*  ���*�������  |?  ii  ���Jfc*^  ^__  ft!  _  a*  epor tif psepitei if  risiees  J. PARKER, zone 3 trustee and,Hospital ImprovemenL-  Dlstrict-chairman,-and Frank] West trustee and  secretary-treasurer,, submitted trustees report and financial ktatement toji_small gathering pf-electors- of zone  ��.::  '^3*f;.'  A   question   pariod   on   these  matters! fciiowej   and   elicited  the  follbwing   information.  The  iotal  area  assessment,  exclud-  ing BC Hydro assets, is S27 mil-  ion. Taxpayers will not bs dir-  ctly   responsible!   for   aoy   op-  ratiilg deficit ct the hospital.  '(���The operation si the hospital,  the- affair of-St. Mary's ho>"-=  ital society  afid  BCHIS.*'  ad-,  ised  West.   - -  Upon completion of ^hospital  obstruction, the;HID wijl con-  t|inu3 to function to raise an an-  uat levy to repay debenture  ijssue. Wet-t advistni it would  D2 up to St..Mary's hospital so--  iqieiy membership to decide if  and when the present St.  Mary's hospital will be cle^d,  and w'hat-'nams will b'a given  to  the new  hospital.  .    f  When asked if the taxpayers  would have any jurisdiction over the operation of the naw  hospital even. though thsy paid  the taxes. West, advised they  would not. Under their letters  patent, . Itfas- objects of the im-.  provement district are defined  as "the provision of; financial  aid towards: planning, constructing, purchasing, equipping, cr:  operating of a hospitaL, th2 acr  quirijsg "oL.lani or- buildings for  such] hospital- purposes^ aad, alt,  matters incidental thereto." A  person would.have to, become  a paid up member of;., St.  Mary's hospital soctety to have  any say in jthe hospital operation. ' "-.-.j..-. ���'.-":- .-.("-.7^ -"- '  West advised that at the "next  general meeting of StT-~Mary*g  hospital society, the ; constitution would bS^amenoed to provide a ...permanent HID appointee on then] board. [At present  J.- Parker i& acting-in this cap-.  acity  !-."(BCHIS) in the operation, of the  hospital. "Some HID:s do have  a charter : and" run their hospitals directly," he "said. "We  have no| charter; this is held  by   SL 7 Mary's   hospital   socie-  !ty/* He "stated St.-Mary's hos-  -! pital' society,7like   any   other  charter; [does  run out. but as  long as jit is lived up to, no-  c body woald-withdraw it.  r "If they fell down on iheir  dutiss,-ii could'be cancelled,"  West admitted. r     "  St. Mary's hospital society  formed under the SocieU'es Act  operates juhder the Minister of  Health,   and  tha  HID *-fomdd  .- Freak accident  THIS late model car owned by Fred Stehner of Gibsons  was damaged when a driverless pickup truck rolled  100 yards downhill into it.  ���*__MS/J-,.i%*>-''-lAv,.;t*,>' Jr-..:* : /*T-  ^fe^?ia^'.*7j   ; !  :.��V^'!"-'!iS>* ��i i    Hum tt -rfr***" '     , %  .   ������- *��r-��k:sl__  wajtJs*^ >*���*���* jt*Hr-~s-  ^ J&*']"      ""     '   "'  ���see page 8  Jury wants  barriers up-iv'  A  CORONER'S  jury  in  West  Vancoti-er has recommended  thar barriers be "erected at the  loading ranjps  ch  ths  provin-  cial: government terry docE in  ttofissn->$ Bay. The jury concluded .that Alexander D. Lamb^  died! hy inisadvrDture when he  drove off! the end of the dock  . after? leading a ferry on March  \ 5. t^e-jury attached no blame  -' to^anj-oner: *-^~ -��������-**- ���-  Police pcasta&le D. J. Tay-  Ior. who ^itnesied the accident,  - sail thi than ma.de a right tUrii -  after drivmg off the ferry and  ^'���"-- Bfe^ - :t%'.JO*  &���  *������**���  ^���wi  MZ&  : ��� -" pr b;i m i^Xrsrf  "_   . F.'5-v.v*3F8.-**_��^."  continued  dro\e off  in a U-tuni until he  the end of the Xan-  STICKS NECK OUT -  According! ltd West,1.. under-  their letters patents HID could-  stick our necks out" and* assist  aimo ferry .sUp. ,   .  Mdnty Aldous. .manager of  the government ferry -Jjervice,  has proniised; an in%estigation  of barriefs at the ferry slips  at Horseshoe "Bay.  Aldous said there are barriers on .11 tha authority's ferry slips. At Horseshoe Bay, the  barriars : re wooden arms that  lift to allow cars aboard ferries.  . "Overturns b"  MRS. R. AVILLLUIS of Govfer Point. Gibsons, was hos-  :   pitalized wheal the: car: she vfas driving averturned at  the intersection-by the Shell Station in Gibsons last Thursday. Mrs. Williams is reported in good'condition.  At Sechelt . . . [  Hesfriciive covenants  cause zoning probiems  -MOTIONS to rezone lo> 14. 15 and 16"of block B. DL 303  and 304 from residential to .commercial was rescinded at Sechelt's municipal council meetipg held Wednesday. 'Motion to, rescind was made by commissioner H. B.  Gordon on the grounds that,restrictive covenants enforc-   der esctrcU.it,;  "ing residential zoning >vere in effect until. Jan. 1. 1264. "If   evpr^ec=s*.d:*r-fc  issued   a   building   permit ~~ ;     "*! -  At Pender Harbour b?.  Increase  to seven at P.H.C:U.  THE Pender Harbour Credit Union  by e*c_-aordinar*.-  resolutiorf at their 17th annual ^meeting increased  their number, of directors from five to 7 as it is" some-  tirhesd iffrcutt to obtain a quorum since so many^re engaged in occupations away from home.  : -Elected -were W. Scoular arid  ,M.- Myers for three year teriffs'.  Bill Wright and Lsn Larson for  two yeair^tenns. andVG.f Little  secretars'-treasurer, for a one  "year termr  -bother!; officers elected were:  supervisory committee,. Mrs.  Benjafield X3 years), Mrs. Wid-  man (2 years), Mrs. D. Scoular  (1 year), and credit committee; R.-Webb aad.;J-. Flatlej-  both for three years.  ! The old Credit" IJnioa building, located, on laEd leased on  a monthly rental from the-  Communitj^ Cluh, was sold to  Jhe Pender Harbour Volunteer  Fire Brigade for the sum of  $50 and- a balance^-to be considered as a prepaid- donation  to the Brigade for|five years.  Depreciated 'value of the build-  iny was estimated at $300. Anything less this this amount received would be a direct charge" against the  Credit Union's  , surplus,    j  7 The  brjjgads  tender- for  $50  "was the f only one received  within the deadline specified..  Following j the deadline, an offer of S125-W2s^ mads"by S.  McDonnell of Madeira Park.  PUBLIC USE -I 7  Speaking to his motion made  as   a   member  of .the   Credit  Union  to jseil the eld  bu3dinl~  to   the   brigade.   Lloyd   Davis  pointed   oat  the - V.F.B.   works -  for   the   community   and   the^  - building would be put to public  use. [    - . " ..   .     _  Right    now    tfieb new    fire  j -^-see p��ge &  we   issued   a  for a commercial building in  that area we would be liable for  a> lawsuit," declared Gordon.  'There is nothing in ths municipal act which says council  must recognire a restrictive  -covemnt registered at t&e  Land Registry office, j ae're  concerned w^h what we can do  under the municipal act." he  explained.    !      . f  Gordon .was backed in bis  motion} by commissioner- P.  Parker and, opposed b>1 commissioners Gapt. S. Dawe and  W. Swain. I  Commifsian chairman? Mrs.  C- Johnston said. "I'm f allowing this mcidMi to go through  because ol the discussion. I feel  thisjs best settled by tie-Department of Municipal Affairs."  She asksd 1 Gordon. wis> had  made the original rezoning motion on tots* 14 and 15, why Le  had not brought up the information concerning .restrictive  covenants at that time. H didn't have it untinbe last'ain-  - ufe," he replied. f"  Swain   protested   vehememly-  recofKider aad give theto**ners  a chance to rezone.** she said-  She   also .scored  discussion   ��f  pagt   6  One kilted  two escdpp      \  LAWRENCE- -tl-.X-ird   (Butch i'  Andrrw'-s. 22 ��.f '0;bscc| vrrs  kiihd and a Ss'-a Wcstnun-��?er  ccipbt Mr. and Mrs A. t.. Rotors escaped : scrio-is tnjcrj'  when a^ear ani a p-ckup track ���  collided in a rlt-ctacuiar crash  en? Hi^iway vn .rczj Roberts  Creek, about ~-7- ���Sur^SysuaJitr T  Thi "car   rtrj-k   ir?" pfclcu?.  than otcrturr-e-i   *\j : i-*d ~aloh*z  ! the    hishway    tr.J    thirst   iEto.  flaires. Th��*" riri-.v-r v as esahl;-  -  to jeseape.       -        " "   ^ '  The' Sechelt ��� vv=r*ser F.rre  Brigade'ahs*c---. s 'he Gre rail  even-though th- area was outside tfi:ir t;rr4-.:j. -     -  RCMP   arc   s.t'i.L/.Ji&t*;   fbe  name   cf   th?   -. sctirr: ' p^mdzr- __  oci'dicslkm cf t. \i  U kin.  Sunken oil  to solidify   V  AJPRELIMIN-IKY   ^nex;" b'X  'flie'Canadiar. v. *ji'.7e Scr\:ce  in4.:cals*s th<" -'*"' *H;-' c a Hoes cf  btriker oil in a Lar?t that sask:  iBilkwe Stunt la*t ucek **,rU"  solidify" in  se*.tral   ir.inths.  H-Ci.if.-er, f-:rtl..-r t ��:* -*-JI t*t  raidc- today a< �� r s^t of corr...  "pliinU-by   pr-:f-..*rty  eweers   is "-  the area, - " ���-  krt Berscr. efe::-C-- bkilofist -  with the $:���:-. t- ;.r. BC, siid-  wster temer's' ���-* *��* the'Sit^  of; the Sunktn bar-- is 43 de-,  grers *Sd w '���'. *-- rV t'se oil ta-"  a ^soiid.; asrl*^-x--t'>  substance.  Two honies gutted  THE hzm.2 C, Cft-i Gertba of"-  "Gibjcas's::=4:.l  it the  cur-  -rwr  cf   Daur.l   ar.*f   Triiecar, _-  Rsads, was  *-**.'t.c  t>   Sre  a:   .  -H.ja.rn, Fndj>, M-*cr 2D. Mr.   :  Gardoa   wis   iv. jy   from-  his  hstcs  at  tr.*   :i:r.'  cf the  fire.-  FIrttn*n t^d-rh.-*  ^::uatien nn-  h.rdji how-  djsia|���. oc--  cisred  buide   . ~*~  p3*"thj  r.:rrsr.s cf March IS  fire   ccm-Icit'ji   Qs-tr-.yed   '���he, -  hesne ef Mr. ztd lln   A. R��e -'  cf iWlIUzcis-Lar,d.c��   -   "-  Sechelt Magistrates court . . .  Variety of char  bring Jieavy lines  ROGER Joe of Secheit appeared before" Magistrate A.  Johnston charged  with  assault occasioning  actual -  bodily harm and was remanded for^sentehee until Apnt--  lst He wasteleas���5d <m S1G00 !bail on condition that he  be=,confiQ���d to the reserve except to go tp iprk on the  hospital and lie stay away from alcohol, it       :   .*--_'  Eitoxscated.   Joz   vie-  Wlule  tously assaulted James Dixon  of Sechelt -Causing him to be  hospitalized.!  John William -Xasadyfc and  Willian- Ednard .Lcwther. both  of GiJteons.: were esch given  one year suspended sentssces  on entering into recognrzance of  eft - w*s "fined' $30 for Idiixinf:  a'tmck with a; 10JXC pmnd overweight load.  iFrederick  J&hr.   Pccfcrast   of^r  Pender Harbbar ks.*  fined fSQ. ^  aid   his" driver'ji   Lcetise   was  sispeaded   fcr   s.s   rr.onfhs_ fesr ,  diivhig   with  uz.dzzc   car��   snd";  attectkax. He *>a-   found! ^uity".  Mayne. "You can't rescind my; contributing to ths delinquency       (jyfrrd   Corr.^!   Pjchalsid   cf  motica," he exdatmedr ^*Yes.":  of two tesn age girls. . r (^b^q^ was ji^esi "S*:x> fcr drt-  Terrv Nickersoa and laa Cat-     vt;  countered Gordon, "I can- I'm  instructed from the char.**  -  . "Everybody can  rescind  ev-  ev��r>bcdy's motion then,*" complained Swain. J  Mrs.    Johnston    backed    by  Rayror, felt it*was ccdaec^s-  sary  to rescind both  motkms,  "^mlv one: in order to obtaEa ian  opinion TroEi Victoria. Tlf the - _     ���,   .   .,     ,���.  "<fcp_rtmait.: finds  no objection. ; ed   oa   ^ lbau  *��ch-  tfaen I'm^sure tfais^cbuncil will       Leo Byroa Jchn^cn cf Sech  i-tag whii^h ii ab.lity.was ira-  tanach,  both  of Gibsons,  were    jsiiKd- ,  each flnsi $30 and ccsts cr 10^ ;Jaraes Haber Rs "�����* of Han-  days in jaii wtiea they pleaded -rhond, BC..-ov.r^r o^ a tracter-  guJty to cheating a cisturbahce trailer unit. ��j."f-se.-*. $150 for  ^n_&_pubhc place. While intoxicated they" becasne involved in  a~Cght ia ths Waketield parking lot, where taey wers arrested. The* were later releas-  alkra-ing his ts.: t* U- operatrd  without prefer braitt^. Tl;.s  was the rssult U t::<* aeciaent  on the/Ir��nth*rr.'s h:!l or. Feb.  tjwhen the tfir.rr tr-ck wr-  isrned ~r?*vi bjx'm-c. traffic-fcr.  t*o hours.    - -    .   -  ���_iaw^/ ���at-c^Wf^^^^tU^Afe^^^ -\?��n��r*4i:i&^ f;.:��-.s^Vj;-k:  immmm  ��� ������   a * *      *   ���  Poge2 The Seehelt Peninsulo Times, Wed., Morch  : 15.1964  *0m000000000000000000000000-00000000*000000**"''*"'''r*r"*'*m"f<00**'M"r,  *,      1     I  t Sec&elt PENmsuiA^&��e*  / i  ���/*****���  ,*0*M*0000000000000000000000000000000000000000'M****mMm  ���**"p jblished," Wednesdays by' the  Scene)t  Peninsulo Times Ltd.,  ot*  ' Sechelt, B.C.  ��� G oss- Circulation, 1850 copies  '   -Classified Advertising Rotes:  ���3rdrte AdBrie's (J5 words)  'One Insertion ....... 85c  -Three insertions ���_..| _.1.70  Exttjo lines (5 v^ords) ~|_ .-15c  Box,Numbers, L~.25c jextro  [f paid before publication,-o discount of 25c per A$*8jrief is allowed. I Semi-Display, "-Super-Display,  cod Blue Chip pisplipy 1.50 per  inch.  Legal Notices: '  per^count line.,(5 Words); first  rtion,   13c per count line'subsequent insertions.  peadlines: Saturday 5 p.m.  - Subscription Rates:   i   -  -per copy, 50c t per month {by  odvance. i  carrier); $5.00 per year, in  Cord of Thanks,' Engagements,  Deaths, Births, In Memortam', Coming Events, Etc, Per inserhon, (up to  -40 vVdrds) $1.25; extra words, 3c  each. 25c Discount if paid Ibefore  I publication.  FOR   RENT  SELMA ��� Polk,   fund:  tals,.  Phhhe  885-9542,  *T  TWO   houses,   ojie   2   bdrni  one beach cottage.  Modern  furnished. Apply Mrs. Norjman  Lee, Irvines Lndg.   or pione  883-2441 evenings.- 9743-15-  REAL ESTATE  hed  97  ren-  148-15  TO SETTLE an  ,area,   approx.  3  jricdern   cottage,   F.l  DP   $2000.   Balance  ge.  Pticne H   A  estat|e, Se|chelt  with  acres,  Hill  FOR   ALL   TYPES  SURANCE INCLUD1  AND  HEALTH  AKJD  DENT  AND  REAL  AND  RENTALS  COMING EVENTS  -?_ \ l___  WILSON    Creek'   UCW    will  .|ihold a spring tea in the lo-  -cal hall on Tuesday, Appil 14.  I.   -        ���    ' {��� -0901-15  r   ir i ! '  ANNOUNCEMENTS  <  ._- i i   ] MEETING, ef Sechelt Penin-  '- jsula District Council, March 26  fitts.', been cancelled due ta Easter holidass. ,9923-15  Contact:  Office: 885-2066, or  Eves: E. Surtees $85-9303  C*E. King, 885J2066  AGGETT AGENC  Box 63     ,  *.   $50C�����  to   arran-  885-9764.  9746-15'  OF'  IN-"  NG LIFE  ACCI-  ESTATE  Form No. 15 (section 40)   , _  -LAND  ACT  "Notice of IntentJbn to Apply,  to Purchaie^. Land  M-n Land Recorping Dislr.ct  of1 Vancouver and situate  North of Sechelt  TAKE NOTICE that Vfctor  Wjiebe of 380it Ellinbutgh St.,  Burnaby 2, occupation refinery manager, intends to ap- ���  ply for permissitn to purch?  ase the fo_towii|.g described  lands: ?  ! Commencing at a post planted- 80' South of PP oh South  End of East Boulidary of Lot  7d22; thence South 15 chains;  thence East 15 cfiains; thence*  North to RoadS 13 chains;  thence Westerly falong South  boundary of toijcI '17 cnains  and containing 2|p acres, more  or less, jL  ! The-purpose ifr which the  lhnd   is  reqtiired   is   summer  ,*i i       B '  home. , I     li -  SHERIDAN  Sales  RADIO  Phonifc  t >T.vl.  and | Service  . APPLIANCES  885-9605  H. B  KENN  Real Estate  885-20  RELlJ*  Rl(  b&  %helt,  GORDON |&  ETT LTDL  arid Insjurdnce  phones:  2191  3<Lf8t>  TELEVISION  SALES  <& StRVIfE  ER*S T.y.  DIO LTO.  FIREPLACES   !  .' ipcAin-Eivi  V*  Dated Feb. 23,  ^732���Pub. Marcl  TOR WIEBE  1IJ64,  4, ili^25       ^51^^1^5-885-2132  EStTD.  SefcheltJ B.C.  508i4-tfn   y.   SCO'   WATERFRONT  10  acres  Form  No.  15  LAND  witbj   two   bedrcori,   modem    Notice of-Intentic n to Apply to  i to Purchisl? Land  I I  In Land Recording Disnct of  ich &i boat  or  motel  area , near  heme. Swimming be,  launching. ' Seclusion  site.   [Best   fishing  Bargain    Hbr.    $2i"MK)0   terms  Less  for cash.  R.   Lee,  Silver  Sands,  Halfmooan  ljiay,  B.C.  9925-15  ten  Vancouver and  ituate East of  PETS  FORi SALE  PURE^BRED    boxer    puppies.-  '* |Phone '885-2H7"*"- r ' -^9924-15  PEKINESE  puppies, 386=9590.  '*.  .     - 9915-tfn-  I     j      r   - ���     "      - - T     v     ���       "*  WANTED Miscelioneods   ;  GOOD   home   for   six   month  .-^female, part-lab: dog.. Phone  &S3-2231.    " ,     ' 9922-17  -p- . .- -     *- ;    ,  ORGANIC gardener to work  X 'a large garden > i on. share  "basis. Phone" 885-4470"or 885-  "S'354. ' . 1  9908-15  KITQHENl   chrome  arbcrite.1    $30  9945.!   .     ,  ���Ji" SHEETING, jurik cedar-  $35   M,   Good   fir  Place,   Davis   Bay  2132.  set,,ljgrey  jphene I 8S5-  9il9-17  _JJ   $9,0   M.  Sechdit in vicuiity cf Porpoise  Bay. Z n\i. clans' South of  iBlopk! B D.L. 101 Group 1 N.  W.p.  TAKE NOTICE.-.that Michael,  Stewart McGuns of 594 SW'  {Marine Dr.. uc:upation. Barker, iJYancouve-, B.C. intends  to. aiiply fcr pe rr lissrSn to pur-  eBasej the- folljsvfing described  lands,:  Sejrtion  40)  ACT  FKJMNDATIONS  W^TER SURVEY  SERVICES        ;,  Comptetf Voter System: Service  C. EMERSON  Sechelt 885-9^10 \  Insured 0losting  nances  ELECTRIC LTPb  7        T'v.'  cal Contractors  - |Efectr|c Heat  Phone 885-2062  Hemlock 2x4 $39 AL Simpkins "\~ Commencing  Ph. [885-    ed 17Kv chains  50^7-tfn  PUREBRED Xfrdal  S85-2C07.  D6 CAT Mod. No.  5-B. Serial  NO- 2806. Hydraililic! straight  blade and- winch,  ded.  Needs some  WORK WANTED  ���SL  -| track repair, other vise iri perfect 'condition. Call Earl'fc Ag  dhcies for detail. 8^86-9600.  Evenings' call j586-)373^  e pUps. Ph.  9921-tfn  |E. corner cf B  iGroup 1 N.W.  '20    chains;   .the  Arch  nclu-  rolleri   and  L  ��741-15  1   e~  P  E  BOATS jB. ENGINES  14  FT.  BOAT,  5  versa. IaH  best  I-.  I  '.' t  i <  "ROTO-TILLING  4 ^izes of machines'to match"  your |ob.  -Plowing*" and Breaking -  Rocfc*y Ground Breaking  Grading and Leveting  Cultivating and' HlUfog  .' GiDmplft^-EQ^^ewice  :   ^^rofh 'planting $b ,    ,  maintenance.,   ."    I  ;_ Mowing and Sweeping j  POWER RAKING  "' Edging and' fertilizing  ^Seeding ond Rolling etc  Arrange; for .regular  complete *3awn care*" - '���  -ROY.BOLDERSON;,  Box .435 *- Secheit  .L8857?530.,  I^fione Evenings Only Please  .     ��� ' 9728-tfn  ft.   cartcp  boat,   plywood  ker.,i used -3 times  the ig.HjQC for  si>orts  tackle,   and  garde i  tools  886-9600. '  full  h-P-  conditibn  AUTOS! & TRUCKS  1957  VOLKSWAGE W. van1,. will  accept'trade  $5^0'.  Alsp two  nkw'-BOO/M tires.  k  ay Day  at a post plant-    ccruci r  ilouh af the S.  jchains; thence  Ithencc North ��  "'of commsneem  ling ten acres,  i i   ���  1   The   purpose   ior  which  the  i land is required is a homesite.  Michael .'Sbet-art   M^Guire  14  Dated Marcl  ! 9'4$  re.  9  clin-  At ^ari's,  fishing  Ph.  15  otk B D.L. 7071  D.  tbenpe West  , tee    South    5  East 20 chains;  c hams' to. point  ect and1 Ccntatn-  m )re or less.  1964.  ���pub.  Mar.~25  SECHELT TOWING  ''&;^Al^Gf!LTp.  Heavy E ^i^menPMoving  ,fj]^g Towing  J   HIGOa[  flhAne 885*-^S257  S 747-1  Ph  880-2186.  76-15  e cr  *+ .. i   ..-*   - ���,.g. f.r,-*'|T-rrTT,y��^"��  "������'  W6MAN with good typing  " speed, - sborthandr^flicta-  ijhone, "Jegftl".?!^ general*office experience. Apply P.  ifiavoie,  Wilson  Creek. i  -���' .__.,_,    9909r15  THE 1963,, May my Committee"  report, submitted at ths last  Sechelt municipal meeting re-,  veals *h��t over a period of'  years many permanent it^ms of  equipment have leen acpuiredi  and these belong o the village.  .' The inventory indicated ownership of a good loud speaker  May  crown  May-i  dresses.  pole dancers dresses f<h\-thei  H girls, ^"hite -T-sliirts Tfcr -the,  boys, wo *"refres iments tentsj  and permanent improvements  U> the stage. ^  bunting  system, flags and  Queen  ,and - atterjdants  and cloaks, and  Kinnethj sh6w  great success  i MISS Vicki Betiner and  Miss  1    Karen  PhiJltp'   charmed. ,lhe  -Fashion Show   ]Tut bn by the  Sechctt  Kinn&ttes   in I the  !Le-  gicn   Hall.   Tpe   young   ladies  .walked oat .oh the platform as  full, of life and confidence, as  professional models.  Miss Coreen Dixon [and Miss  Sandra Jorgens< n -also made a  big hit with tjlie audience , in  their pretty paity dresses.  Mrs. Rachae Dixon, Mrs.  Helen Phillips,: Mrs. Diane  Benner, -Mrs. \/ilma .Stephan-  son, Mrs.[Anne Rennie and  Miss Tove Hans m fashioned the'  other dresses and ensembles in  a manner jwhich would lead oue  to - believtel that -they had just  come Iraqi a.t^o year course i  in modelling. '  Everything ir nn beach wear  to evening .dreses were mod-  AGENCIES  LTD.  R :presentin91  TrbVel Headquarters  Reseryot ons <ind Complete  t lformat'on     7  ^^11 885^16t '   .;.,..  Phone S;chelt 885-9669  >ENINSULA :'-.-  BUILDING SUPPLY  ojseiwith AKeort"  I *tij>ldwell; Proprietor  * Seehelt, B.C.  BRITISH AMERICAN  OIL CO. LTD  -i- ��� (-    .  Fuel Oil -jCkssoline - Oil Products  ���';' '/W,jA.Parsons;,,^geht-b   :.  ,       Plioie 885-2016  Whcrf itogd.Scchfiir, B.C.  SHE  IRliiSPECK  Furnaces  OilitJelitinlgf  #eepAAetp1  SONS, B.C.  one 886-9961  ao  eUed.   All   of  were   supplied  Hansen  from ,  Sechelt.  Accessories  were supplied  these garments  by Mrs. Joan  he  Toggery * in  iety Shop, Sechelt.  -  .The -Kinettes  this an annual  and i  jewellery  by Chris'*"} Var-  hope  to  make  event.'  Godst  ELDRED'S  Cowrie  Phone  The. Finest In  FLOWERS  For / II Occasions  FLOWER SHOP  Street, SecfeeU  885-4455  STUCCOIMG-PLASTERING  GYPROC JOINT FILLING  CEMENT WORK  'i   by'   ���  N. SCHOENEWOLF  Phono 886-2862  CUNNINGHAM  Emergency  collsr Spec'  AMBULANCE SERVICE  HAL "MOON BAY  ��� and n6n Emergency  iol rates fcr^oid-oge,  pertsionersL  24 H3UR SERVICE  Phoni 885-9927  I   TRE  "TOPPING  Insured wi  lb  ! FALLING  OR REMOVING  WMB'S FOR'VIEW.  kftomPdrt Mellon  Pbndcr Horliour'  Phone 886-S946  MARVEN VQLEN  SWANSON (BROS.  and Drain Fields  and.Front End  : Tor ks  Septic  7   BocVhdo  Loader Wefk  Scrccnefd  Fill  1 and  Phoi  Box  4 Oil Co  .b7Cb E.  b BoxNb.  1885^  -?*?*  e 885-9666  172 -Seehelt  Cementl Gravel  Road GraVcl  Fran < \E. Dcjcker  OPTOMETRIST  Bal Blocjc  Gibsons  Every Wednesday  for.appointment  fe6-216^  t'ingleVs  MI-HEAt '*��  SALES and SERVICE  for all ^youc Heating  requirements  FiAahce Plans  (Cal)f Tingfey* 7  4\% Sechelt  ��� 88$-9332  RAY  NEWMAN  PLUMBING  Hot ydterf Heating  _      Nothing Down    !  10 Years^to poy  PARTS AND REPAIRS TO  * ALL WATER PUMPS  Phoi^e 886-967&  You)- Beotty Agent  . s- mi ���- -,-; '     ���        . ���  Cfankek  Bethel Baptist Church  Sechelt* B.C..-.  Church -11:15 a.m. "-"'���"  Sunday School 10:00 a.m,    ,  Prayer' meeting Wednesday  7:30 p.m.  - ^ Z\  ->\  XxXi��*  *i'ii  ,. ���  mmm lots  . j   EARfS GOVE SUBDIVISION j  ntjto Earl's Cove Ferry terminal on Sunshine  jH^ghwjqy, Beautiful view of Jervis Inlet. Excel-  fishitjtg and boating- Good site for motel and boat  rentals.  ATERFRONT LOTS $3,500j  VIEW LOTS FROM $1800J  0 down. Easy terms on balarice. Discount for cash.  10.  Madeira Pork, B.C  Phone-883-2233  .4  wmmMmmmMmB -"*r*t\  y  The Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wed., March 25,1964 Page 3  W'rtson Crdek notes  lis taJK bread cff :rf  I*  I.  t  ��  "UUS  . 7   - l { -i���Rftse  Simpkins  TWENTY-FOUR members attended the "Community Hail  meeting on March 18J The membership drive secured 56 paid members at one dollar each. Tins outstanding work was done principally by" Mrs. Hililer and M**s  Bing^ although Messrs. Rl L." Jackson and R. R. Keelev  did good work too.  |      ^ Receives-badge  ERICA BALL receives a proficiency badge from Mrs. J.  Thomas, Guide Commissioner." r-- .'*-..     *  f.   i New guide r  WENDY BEDOUIN is accepted into! Guides.  v*--:^:;^m,. ['?#&*'��� T   * v.  ��� -V'r-    ..."     '   ���-    .   ���> '.Vl    ���       - a '���**"��-        l��,      *     J    .  c* ������"��:��� '.--������   i Lx ^-i-. .���.'.-.->���'*'.        ���.-���-*���  '.. ��� -* .���"���:-. ���**��� -l-'f*e f.    :���-'  -      .        .'���".*��    Y   -  if  . .Irmii i   - - f- i   Vi ������ ������ B     m    ������ in   utUm*mfa.  ���il. A j 'aUa  3Ir. -V. W. Mltch^h was elected president: Mrs. Wood-  vice-president; Mrs." Fran J^ck--  son, secretary-treasurer, ��  Mrs. Leslie. Jacksei.. Messrs.  Bob Keeley. Phillips and Staih-  .anson   w~=re   elected- director?.  Represehtatjvs   .cf   the    Lions  ��� Club and the Kinsmen  aft iil-  el as visitors and expressed ih-  'tsrest in  leasing the hall  and  grotndsi . { -  We bear that Mr. V. W. Nlt-  chelh ihe newly elected president of! the Wilson Crssk Community HaU. Association, is going to make* things hum around  hers. He^ is a war veteran ppd  sergeant-at-arms! cf the Rayal  Canadian Lsgion. A y;ar *go,_  ~apci reading an accouct of [the  Sunshine   Coast   in   the   ^gar:  /Weekly,; hi wrote to j a BSyls*  Bay rekident from thtTT^-t  of British Columbia", bang on a  farm above five thsusand feet  in. Clintcn vicinity, and sfud,  *If;.th!s! place is half as iXfA  as^jou say it is. then I |am  comingidewn in" th? siring} to  settlrj there.* He- bought at[lot  and'? built his crura bsuse. *r-ut  in a' garden, and-built a Hem.  His wife and he b3th enjoyflrfa  here- Today Mr. Mitchell says.  "-^Without:: a  doubt,  this  is ithe  finest spct in ths whol; uotlJ.'  Small birds" have a Mi*- fn ��h-*  run** Tie d<JSs take a i"':r.'*.. . ^  do deer cccasior.ar.> .n *h<* -ar-  Iy.mcri_ng.  Q*x femday a b'asrk: sr^i  white dack laided pnjth; v;a-  tsr. Children** ran far th-rr cz~  meras:|Th.e duck d:\ed ei-.c-st  times oi tin! c:*ro end B.U t.rz-  ed tfijjdisck *'. half * rr.-r.j;*.e.  aboct fa? ia^:= trnr*.** i '*.'j��~i>  hin:~to;S*itr. th*.jltt\ fe.t ur,��  derv��-ater.  LETTER   FRO?A  u|a.b   7  .A letirrr received| :r|>o Mrs.-,  Agr^s ;Er,gcn cf Hf eisi. Meat-'  ana   said:   "I   ea}o;J  yoar  Wilson Creek "note? inl The T:n*es "  so vsry -"tnuei. and} the  paf*r.  as a whole, since-I jnoa-ed from  there recently.  I t��i*.,,e-been ar  newspaper co'rrspoalea:2*s* ielf  for li^years.ia'the JStsttes-."  LIKES TIMES f   1  Mrsi   Percy   Beaiunisit.   *n<3- *  ther oC mjf-=_eceasfd first aas-  bcacd. Jand grandn-fetbtr to  my  cfc!ld��n John. Ricky and Mar-���  ta ccme- fo -tfa. c^k"pr^, Q>-aa-*��site_-.35 frofn fcinwatoa  las" summer, hair pays tne  Tirnes keeps her bf tt**r inform--  ed thin a kttsr Irons  me. " -  ������. ���(,  ���?t"  , r  t  tj  produced and sctd. Thers is js.  gc^d local market for surihis  hay and b?ef.  STAR WEEKLY READER  A? litter has just arrived frcni  Corurna. Ost. from **hrcfa the  following arc excerpts^  *Upci reading yoar letter to  the Star Weskly. Febraary 19*33.  extolling ih2 virtues of the Son-  shine Coast ��t? ��rould like: vqu -  to answer sots ?_ questions- Our,  se%-eral fa mil j anlts^ have de4  crded that we are unsatisfied  with the waylcf life hi Southr  ern Ontario, and that we wauii  lik:  sided we can support curs<;l  ves adsquatsly. I- -  1* Amisrjg our various talents  is LidUds 1: > aisefaanical equipment * operalocs^   welders,   ea-  g"neering*t*3chniciaa. commercial air pilot.. carpenters, mich-  inlst. TV and! appliance repiir-  raan." commarclal underrxter  diver and marine mechsos:.^  Many Irtiers cf enquiry." visitors.- and actual acvr reside.**ts  havj ccme ai a result of! tils  one letter. We are still getting  th2*n alt?r mere than a year.  as witness this lextsr- natad  March 161 196. J "7  sz\  \ 7-tif-  i        4>>  .,->���-���  .-   '[  LOIS  THE  "!....!.. Awards  1; .< | .  WELLS receives her wings from Mrs. Thomas,  isons sOGiai fiotes  ���^-By Doreen Crosby  GIBSONS Elementary-School.PTA held their regular meeting on March 16.-Once agauv-the question  of geiting th^crosswalk repainted came up. Since Sept.  1963-fetters have gone to the RCMP in Gibsons and also  to Victoria. So far no results are forthcoming.  It wis suggested by the par- 7v^   i  ents tlsat the .members" cf the    erts Creek 1st packwere-Ingrid  P.TA. paint the crosswalk. BIcmgren and  Dsbra  Marsh-  C0NV1SNTI0N " 7_'Gcld2n   bars   were   awarded  A pan3l discussion-was. form- !��*- Virginia  -Alsager,  ;. Terry  Fd to. discuss the resolutions to   -��a-3'' %.-    ^ I'Jl^f  be brdugSt forth at the P.T.A.--;��*"��-. -aaa^uuufted Skellett..  : CcnveAtion. Golden  hands  were, awarded  The" convention is bsing._held    to ^UtaW��t,_ Vicld Taylor  at   the -'-Vincent 'Massey   Sec-    "' "���   ��� "-  BURGLAR   IN   THE   ATTIC  Baby Acne was aslesp. The  house was stlH. The footsteps  . in th^ : attic were ��� unmlstaki-  able/ qui^.. but continuous! 1  iiptoedrov3r'to: the ph**ne cook  and looked up the police naai-  ber. Then I crept - dowii Ithe  stairs and U'bisllsd'for Tinier;~  bell the German Shepherd. ]  Takli^ her by, the collar I  approached the_ -attic stairs,  and up-dashed the dog*"with;me  behind her. a long butcher knife  in one hand and a darning needle in fhe other. |  A bark, a flutter fnd Tinker  brought, oat the burglar. It {was  a woodpecker. I took ix gently  off-hsr. It- was- unharmed.| but  with its. little heart heatin g |ter-:  ribly. t opened the porch poor  and it flew away to safety]  POOL   VISITORS _"  We  have  had  many  visitors  "to cur s-Aitr,raing pool since the  ^children,    stjpptd   .enjoying    it  -last   September.    One   day   a  Great  Blue  Heron  alighte*  at  the shallow end   and took Joce  ' '$tep"doam. hoping for fish; F*;a:  SUMMER CAMPERS     '  - - A sen is a son *UII he gets a*  wife���ia daughter's' yxmr\dzzi^h-  tsr the "rest of your la*A  " The7 man who wrote this didn't kkjw about ihr- summer  camrsrs" ci t!�� Sanssln?  Coast, j-dglng bj t"-.e many  sbns and daughter-^-la-a-s ahd  cas*e: frosi the clt> th s ws?t-  en-d tt> heia c^s ur- tae -?uni-  -���^zter cottages- - ,  " My{" brcthir"-ir.-Uv. Carke.  from [Vancouver, came up. wtth  their IdaugMer-in-U^.  PesK.J were -*v^ry-.\h:re ca  thi beaches, chiidrra wer gating Ic2 "<arearn cor.es." b4ats-  -vrer?'ci th* water arvci c:t\ folk  generaay sere sdrr.Lr-ng wJiat  we ^jijoy all year  _ A happy   Easter'.  ifder  TEEKAGERS  Ttere is much good afc  bottom land ! in Wilson C^ek,  most of which is lying unusLed.  If cleared this land would ^up-  port a7lush crop of grass |aad  make id^al dairy farms. Cfttier  farmers who ship their milk to  a plant get only about fiiteea  cents a "quart for milk {and  cream. "     7   } -    '  x  T3ndar>t-_��chool <,. March 31 to  April 1 If the'P.TA. funds are  tsiiiciSat, tw3 delegates will  Jattendt the  convention. '."...__--  poorj Attendance ���"  Due I to lack- of attendance- at  A dairy-farm operation mer  here, with a small pastaurtzer.  li  ally. Fresh butter could also be  P.^A-f     meetipgSf. tbe ^pril - Davidson. Dawn.Row-land; Lhk  and Tctii King, and a Minstrel  badge  to  Christie  MacDonald. ,  The first Roberts Creek com��� w:��xW���se^  aU vproduction } Bc-  pany  proficiency  badges -trcre:  awarded  as fsllaws:  Fire; bri-i  gade  badges- to  Sasdy  Wardf-  Trudy  SwansoE,   Dthise  Quar-  rie,    Francis    Volen".    Sandra  EtDftEDS  FLOWERS  XSECHELT  Easfer Spocial-  Pofied Easter  i     LiHies  -Cut Flowers  Potted Plants  , _ Member cf  United'Flowers b<  Wire*  PHONE 88S-445a  meeting!  may    be "- canceled.  Only 3 inembsre and the executive1   attended    the - March,  meeting."       -��� ] ~  .. ANNUAL   DINNER  Tueida^, March 17 the Kiwanis ! Club of Gibsons, gave  their - anaual dinher: for . the  Gibsbns ; Elementary School  Patrol. The boys and girls  wgre served a delicious chicken dinner at7-T>annyV Dining  Room. ���'    -" v-  BROWNIE   CEREMONIES        *  Friday, March! 20.^ Btowti-  ies from Gibsons and Roberts  da Price. Brenda Weinhacdl,  Debra Docker, Patty Gust.  Erica Ball. Merilee Olsen, and  Wendy Inglis. -  Hcmemakers -badges, to Patty Gust". Dawn Rowland, and  Trudy Swanson. , Child's nurse  badge _to Trudy Swansea. Sandra Davidson, Linda Price. De--  bra Darrksr, Sharcn Dcdd.  I Hiker's badge to Merilee Olsen and Erica BalL - _  j Citizsnship. badge to Erica  BalL Laundress, and Hcstess  badges to, Dawn - Rowland.  Friend to-Animals and! Cook's  badges to Denise Quarrie. Hor-  Creek received their n-ings and    sewcraan     $.0    Sharcn    Dcdd..  ECHELT  ERVICES  PORPOISE BAY   (Secheit)   B.C.  Air Charter & Aiscraft Masdtmmet  Fishing   1 S    ��� ." "  . Contract Flying  Artist badss, to Brcrda Wein-  hand!.  The First Gflbsccs Guides to  receive;    proficiency      badges  were JuaniXa Wray, Sheila  douin. From the Gibsons 1st Campbell. Marilyn Hopkins.  pa,ck were Evelyn Ward and IMarilyn Macey, Karen John-  Lois   WeliU-   From   thebRpb-    son, and Donna Lee. ^   .  flew up to Guides. From the  Gibsons .2nd pack were; Francis Finlayson, Virginia Campbell, Cindy Wray. 7 Phyllis  Thatcher,     and 1 "Wendy;    Be-  Hunting  Freight  Air Taxi  Sightseeing Tours  Timber Cruising  Air Ambulance  phone Sechelt SS5I95���� and book fught  :��  ���:  z  . b*  . ���",  **���  ���. ���*  ,'. *  ��� ,"-���  ' i  1  * �� ,  ',  X  <:���  i  \  i  <  ;  .��  1..  >...  1  - *  8  t  I  t  i  **  ' ;  ii:  i *  , >  Xh  :���������  ?��r  ii  i'  .  *  !        .  '  ***����*L-^^ ipECHELT B^iNSUIA^jkfcfii  T'w Time Has Come  ��� ' t  To Talk of M,  ny Thing  IT WOULD SEEM our fores! parks in B.C. arc  in imminent peril of=-assauit and ra-'e by  chain saw, -'      # . , 7  1 A natural forest is an entil y���a livmg, breath^  '- ink,' balanced, life-giving organism. It ^s prcfectcd-  nfmerical y from storm violent. Redtiee it; jnum-  birs and storms like hurricane Freda penbirate  and cripple it. Log and blacken it with ^urned  t;'of-Shoes, Ships, Sealing tfax, ��abbagej, Kidgs  Wednesday, Mai|ch 25,1964 ������r������  Preset?^ mm* Pswriks  "fzmaty be wrong;  but f.''tallnot fesowrong.  Villo fail tp say       I  iyhat! Believe t^ be right.\'  slash and  '���tips of so  the darkened areas  absorb vast qUantr-  V  ar heat and radiaticjn, breeding thunder  stjorms-and forestfires. j  Z     -Remove dead trees, sna^s and jwindfa  ' drastically wipe out, insect life, destroying*  Woody Woodpecker .and Mf hpst- of  friends,, leaving- the way/ open7f or a var  l diseases arid infestations 1'ikjd flue; spruce buc  1These infestations are folk*** ed by lethal -  ���fcarhon sprays which eventually find the^  The Times 1 irtvuejs rekders to submii  should be of locat, provincial or nati<  |s and  n turn  feathered  sty of  orm.  ydro-  wav  iairiuvu  A guesi  freely  the opinic  meeting  into rivers and streams, destroying fish, and even-  ually becoming absorbed into human tissues,  .wfclltng the ever-growing ranks of the sick.  In this dollar-crazy, macabre dance of destruction is nothing sacred? While we jfidgefe at attention and mumble ;Oh, Canada, We stantbon  guard for thee!" our beautiful |>arks are being  converted into comic books and bathroom tissue.  Is there no point at which \lc will drawTthe  line? For once let us assert ourselves. It "ay be  an exhillcrating. experience. We fjtay even develop  some backbone and reclaim Can.-pa's intejrriational  image.  How can we face our child|en and oiiri grandchildren if we drive Smoky Bpr it$m hlis park  home and reduce him jto a: pitiful, pathetic figure  pilferingbhis livelihood 'Stop handouts/ (on the  municipal garbage dunip?.  mmm  Lament ofi the  motorist  ���By Ed Green  A fool-'we L I bought a car,  a classy costly *wis��t,    -  Anil I had the finest engine that-  tliil ever motomote, ;  -John aItkjns a i*"'ca*n oFcfirome and pastels  j in soft emerald and jade,  ix-.-* msi**�� rhis anJma,��d rai��b��w was the  jttS0 JptlT^?     finest ever made. "  (The Ottawa Journal)      - ��� cost four thousands shekels  A MANbl;no has. a fireplace     plus an extra this and those,  need nevfer be lonely, A fire, For |this motor that was   .  correctly  1  tended,      requires . i>moother than a debutante's  thought did attention: in re-     hoMj  s? ids^-srV'S* *������*���-> -*���"'-",.'"���  .. . l ..    ?.. _ ..��-,..      name along, the; suckers line  And coughed up a thousand dollars for this chariot of mine.  Yes, 1 was in possession for a  thousahd^oilak down,  editorii I bv Ed Greene v  from the hcirth means a glow  in the -heart.      '  There  ani  utilitarian' souls  who assume that .a fireplace  is meant ;o'nly  to warm  people. But he who [tends a fire ��,,.--.  knows   that   it   iheans   much At least that *Ws my impression  more}  A ,man who  cherishes   | ^ j fizzled Xoiiad town,  his firebyants a deep bed of  -        n^Xbf a ttccmc  ashes; he wants a solid back- '"'     ��� .vr  log of lik orchard maple.       j, brought me  up before the  A mad who is! fortunate en- !  ecu*"'*, f  ough/cuti his own -wood and, Where I paid another fifty just)'  has a choice, sees to it that-] tp prove 1\$-asta sport, s. ���[  he lias, several kinds. The rej 1 . '���' .    1 .  sin   of  pine  or.;cedar  meant i1 hcre **'"����<>'h,*'S onjthe hl��h*  k, hot heat, yellow 'flarm4 j   ways -that my jvagoia couldn't  space.- Topics  , may express  *t)NGE again a Sechelt .Village Council  has taken on the. atmosphere-of a three ring  eirciis over the matter of proper council procedure.  ' -fhis isridicufous.  "Proper procedure in councils lhrge or small  are well defined and there can be nO deviation or  chaos is the u$uai result. However, in this instance  > procedure is7of secondary importance. The issue  ueems to center on the desire of a ^ommisj-ibner  to underwrite the cosu>bplanting soine decorative  "irees, a desire prompjriy1 scbuted and arbitrarily  cancelled out by the Charman. '{  ' ��� l -  J ;        ^   l    ',  The reason for this impenous jacnorr is also  of little importance. The point is tha|t it hippened.  It has made us look silly. Council metnbeis have a  grave responsibility to those whom they represent.  iTheir duty is to give calm, deliberation! jto any  jquestion effecting the well being of thoseiwho vttiX  thera in power. As long as they are seated in session at the Council table they can have nd.private  likes or dislikes.  ^~~   Their every thought, every effort n*fust be  concentrated on what is best for the majority; not  Guest Editorials for publication irj this  *nal interc st and, while factual in retereno  ns of the writer.  a chosen few. There.is nc roo|n here lior j>etty  squabbles, contention or an "/thing savoring of dictatorship. The -governing, ir the passing of bylaws' for a free people ts aft awjesomp ithlng. The  CouncU Chamber should reflect th^t weight of  resp^nsibtlity. It is the prclper getting fo)rserio|is  consideration; not an off-kfij- cirnivall^  quid.., ������, ^-.-F.. r   and a pheasant ;Odor: yellov,  bircli gives an orange-jyellov  flane; burns long and steady!;  old apple wood mqiana fragl*  rame and a-cleiir. bluish  flame. Elm has deep rujssfc't  flames   and   when .the   wood  piss,  FAcept a filling 'station, how  that camel drank the gas,  And my pocket] book grew  thinner as the puafts of cosUy  oil.  has   been  sacrificed,  tye   log; Vanished with 1 golden shim-  JM  RUlilOURS that Liquor C|)ntr#Boarjci chainnan,  Col, Donald McGugan w^l.step down soon  are probably meaningful, insofar as U>jj:change of  man is concerned. But if Hie LCB opjeratron continue as it has in the p:st, it wouldn't matter.  if tl ere were a chairman  |i|s for years simpljy bee  are.  ."let a smile be yo^ir umbrella  A pilot, who flew in China "during the eSirly days of  "World War 11, told of a pep talk the Commanding: Of-  " ficer'of hfs outfit gave on the eve of an Upcoming bomb-  I ihg^rwl. i.  ' '"^len," said the CO., "this is the toughest; job-we^vc  ! ever tackled.! Our planes; are shot and there's a bac  I storm cominglip. We take off at six sharp arid, we'llbt  lucky if- one out of five getis back alive.  ***|ow,. don*.  forget���*ix oxloisk sharp. And if any main heVe is ever  30 Seconds .late���he don't get to go."  >r riot. Col. *McGugan  1 the Barrtejf /^ooglej,)  lie I front man^ the faitbfeuy [for thi^ |Attarneki  erierai*s department, which actually directs the;  B in"iits every little move. CbL ^cGugan hm  jaken all the criticism directed:aeLGp^^ Operattoni  in just the same wa^ that the offfebjoy takes the  criticism for the boss wHo pan nev^r be foundl  j-iluch more meaningful wt^ld be a Liquor ContM  bjoard that IS a board, fjjee to stndyj public con--  ���Hnlence, demand, and custom, 'and fjreef to actjoiji  1 he results of those studies. For too lpn�� now lias  1 he LCB been the power symbol for p|oWer-hun jrir  people in the provincial gavernment and it b time  jiaf it was given the stall [s it'properly desefves in  i civilized society, fn his deca|e-plu^ in ofi'ic^  !"fremier Bennett has toppled piny sacred cows,  -   ......   re<frtar���      .      ..  saml  and) sprucej  crpckjt* aria;  spit and tnust 'tjjs--.*��latched.     ",.  Don't   pofte   yout;  filre   too!v  muirh, but use judgement as- ,., .    -        *-.,.���  you put on the logk A morp."^wre 8��'"S ����.i* ^ncral or  eraely-high   fire Irreates-^C   Perhaps a nig^ng firey  own drafjt. A good hearth ter 7 I told him he was stiipid and  Lifer uses:! his brpom o^easion-     he couWt rirkd a clock,  aUj, but! doesnt *|orr^ if a But ^ ^ge ���[   # marmcrc<i  few ashejs spill ioutl . .,      '      ���     ..    . .   ,.  : Tending fire is f|r the-.patf    "S^ and -i HBd,y lcfl tho  ten:   main.    It j fositer^ -deep  thoughts!.: and  a  qtSnt^ntment  -wit'"  "-"   -f """   v-���''-���'-' *���-* -f-  toil.  |vl next held a conversation with  a cop who dk inquire,  dock, i  Now  this wasn't to my liking  0 the delight and satisfy  fifed to the teethe" Elere  for this able administrat<  tion jof|voters; who.vjere  is ajnother oippprtu ntty  r toi put bacjk imp the  tl  N&w $$utm��  Symbol  (Lakeshore iNews)  hands of the: people some of the rights Which lave  seen- stolen from them fdrl private gain by previous  administrations ^ 8  MHnpi^ Messages  ��� A couple of sailors got into a discussion-over th^  kind of animal a heifer was. One sailor claimed that thw  Hj^tfer belong to ithe hog family, xM other that it was- ll  variety of sheep.; ,        [     7  '-iy    Finally, they called in Bcjatswain Tf^tli,. "iiill. wot*s  h'eifer���is it a hog or a sheepj" they asked. :  Boatswain Bill bit of a large chewj reflectively, thekr  said: "To tell the truth",, hlates, 1 diinno much aho^t  jtoultjyj." -b     7i-;,.*:"'V'7 ' I"    ,"  iSHiasS��Ma TBa^BigSsi^  by j Ben Burrougls  - ^No -tyoiu?*"- XX^l ax ' ���-J- ���'': "  "t**JO MO|P,E.^yill I look in the eyes -* that 'once shone  '*     jystfor me '��� gone are the^ lips jf used to kiss --?  ever sottenderly ��� silent the tongue fh/ar spoke '& pray:r  -~ warm ��fofds- of^understanding b-jand all the oth:r  *?ondrous* thih^4-^ that- fovers are demanding ���- no  , oiore the shiile of Vpringtirhc ��� 'the: heavenly caress -���  now* life .isribuc an empty-cup ���; a dreary wilderness ��� ���  , sjtill I shall go on dreaming��� hoping time will heal 4���  'jthe brokenvheiift within- ma ���- that I jcannot conceal  ���  ell one fine da^ affew Ime^T��� will kitock upon my doar  �������� toJhelp mc clow the old tove ���- and;open it no  more. !      '     " ^^-" ! ���  'Mast I people are bothertd Ay  those passages of -Scripture tlrey  do- not understand; but -.'-.. the  passdgi s that bother itie are those  r do uxderstand"  Mark Twain  h th^ simple basicl things ,   L      -���    ,  -_�������� to.-C-^.i*--i_oe��"- ^i^a4i Sili an? ^hoU��*|l the eunc a]j  hoine -owners: are 'lagaih'" as|t-     "wet,-. 11 |  ���ing' for fireplaces.} Mechanie- For I'd!kpent four thousand dj-  allheat has its ��|^d pointy laTfi ;that j hadn-t cameras  ani one wartts it.J But somfi-     . ^  how, a jhorae is more mean- ��� .       7 .  injful i^ flathes? piinfc a pict-��ven ?s l sai and pondered  uve in^a fireplaee and:a man! " "h"*- **- husky lad in blue, <  ha|s a chance trjrfti|nd: ^iis fire. Said 'I'd been parked jiisl six  hours, what* the judge'll say  to you. yr-  Liabilities were climbing; as my  ^ssets shrank* to nil, ;    *       '  Evejry time I tooled my go<art  why it meant another bill.  Yet I met the monthly payments  my spirits mounted_higher,  So to celebrate each great event  my hack! blew off a tire.  This should be the final stanza  if the poorfman had his  rights!.  But ajiother batch of tickets  '    mehtioneja    parking,    brake*  and lights.  Once more 1 jmade my way to  court with [bowed and weary  , head. '  And as I  turned to face  the  judge these few soft words I  said:  J -, !J-. ^see page 9L  ,****  I*] j-WAS only-ft-ftjw years ago  that a big flaspy car was  status syhibsil. Then in  ttjrn the statijis symbol became a pictu|re window! ! a  swimming *pooi and now it is  |>a>bablSy this !winter holiday  dpwn slouth. I  Howejver, spmilfthing new,  wjhich we liinkj will be a.-  s!atUs~|5ymbol; td top status  s;rmbols, has eotne into being in; WasiihgUfn, DC���and  we beljieve. ully Iwithout any  intention of being set up as  such���dlthouLjh li it was ih-  t< ntion|il, it'; the kmartest inv  ef se we ,fiav i '-seek in years!  There's a njew club in the  'NOW when eve^i was.cpmil, He (Jesus^,,Was sitting at  ��� meat with the twelve aisciplesi and as they were  eating. He said. "Vjerily I say] unto you, that-one of you  shall betray, Me.|'And ' they; were exece'ding sonowful  and began-to say1,unto Him fcvery one, *ls it 1, Lprd?" :  "Matthew 26i2T.     :  The question^ Ts it f^i  Jd?* was the reaction  J*  T!  of the  -*-���  shocked and sorrowilng disciples, for eachj one was so  sure that he would never betifay the One Whom hef loved,  vpell be  ci pital  ai^d' re,|  Lord?  one that can  or we jean well join  rfe,  yet each wanted to be assure  This question is time'i  asked by eakih of us, *lt it 1  with Sir Isaac W4ts in  'Was it for sins that I haW dorii  He groaned tipon the tree?  We know inj the.dee*-* loui searching: that each of  us in" our-wilfulness and dasire to live our own way  betray our Lord and "Crucifi|,the Sog-of G|od afresh and  put Hihi to an opih: shame.*'!  MislH. E. Campbell.  John's "fnitedCh^cb.! Wilson Creek  "city. Iwrher^ race^ color  ^igion havef nd. bearing  wlhatevier 311 membership.  Fies aire highj^but not impossible���about; j$l,0'(J0 membership and $500 for associate  tt embership. Of those who  hive jbined already many are  o:l the|top| strata jLn the fields  oil goyeripiehL i business and  community. ^      \ \ v  AnybodV wank to bet that  id, sayt ten years 'time a prime  nsquisjte of any' gbod club  will not be a mixed membjjr-  sfiip? And imagine how much  more interesting such a club  must inevitably be! Afrikkan-  er woijild mix with black rivan.  Catholic with Hindu ��and Protestant withu. Jew, and 7 ail  Without embarrassment : of  being "out of line."  "A^t dear, you mean to si>y  that all your club, members  are white Christians? ��� how  dull!" - -    *  Now there Would be a stat  us symbol of note!  SECHEL'If P_mNSULA^��8*  Published Wednesdays  at Sechelt  on B.C.'s Sunshine Coast -  by  .iScchelrPcninsula Times Ltd.  $0x38*1 - Sechelt, B.C.  Serving the area from  Part Mellon to Egmont  (ffowc Sound to Jervis Met)  Joan Donley, Editor  S. B. Alsgard, Publisher  Subscription Rates  (in advance***;  T Year, $5 - 2 Years, $9  . 3 Years $13  US. and Foreign SX50  *****************************  ���t'  lM  ���*���; iA.-'iJl-  *V*r*���~  <"WJ*.S  ��fe^*&��  \  The Sechelt- Feninsulo Times, Wed.,Moret" 25, 1964 Page 5  JflfiJeciielK . .  liiiiiier^F  meeflMgi  AT THE March meeting of the -Sechelt Volunteer Fire  Brigade the secretary, said final payment had been  made to manufacturer of new lire, truck. The Pender  Hajfbour Fire Brigade had* paid'in full for the truck  bought from? the Sechelt brigade. The bank loan to SVFB  would be paid back by yearly instalments.  No fire calls -Wans made in ~~1 * ~~ ���������- ��� -  ���February; 7 ar.d 7only one call! bulanca mad27one 'trip taking  -to date in March.   - ��� b '���������    .rrba paiiarifcfrcni St Mary*sHos-  InitaL  to   a I'mmuivr  Jv-<nif.a1  Friday deadline  **.':-b>lb;>v^��]*;  ?����0~��-��rfr;  ii-*i'--i "-1*"*-  B.C. Tel. reports 55%  t ~ p  -  free cell ballots in  FIFTY-FIVE percent of- the balloti have been returned  by Gibsons, Port Mellon and Sechelt telephone subscribers on the question of toll-free calling among ihe areas, BC Telephone-Company reports.  ,- Officials   said LfazHxs   mast     ~      \       **       *    ' ~~~ "* .  ���W-JS***.**  j^v-i** "*i*  ��mwX  -- 4*��i   �����  ��� ;1 During March the firemen  \vash?d out the =d*2inage diteh  '.' which   runs* from   tSe village  center to tha .sea.       -'-, 7  * A verbal Tsquest was received to burn dawn the gut-  sled hotel, but the matter was  jjeft   in   advance "pending.-.-fur-  i iher  investigation   acd*ic3nsul-  Spital to *a "Vancouver .IwspitaL  I   The contract inr furnace cil.  jfor the ��2xt season, was award-  *,ed to the British American-Oil  [Campany. ;   "    -       - .  * Tfie man who discovered the  .telegraph in IM~? Samuel -Vin-  lation  with -the  fire  marthalL,',^ Breeze Morse, was a world  So far this   month the am-    famous painter.  Chief AsgQ-rt  Alfred August  elected chief --.  ALFRED   August was  elected  chief of tfas Seehelt. Indian  band at last iMcsday's- election.  Poll results were: August  .47, GHbert Joe 35 and tBeg  Paull 12, '?    X    - I!  be rzcsivsd tt tkz -company's  North Vaaisaver ;'cf2ce-^y Fn-  day-. --Tbajr will be c?en*d and  counts! by local imuaicipaf o'-  fcsais early csxi" waek-  Th' prs-scsal for free calling  would - eliminate a charg�� en  calls. <Hbfcaa~-aa(S Part- Melfca  prcsenlly lhave free calling be-  taaj- thain aad;.the Extzmtesd  Area Serf ice -raid & he broadened 19 stdudsr fecfaeit-  E. S. Boyee, eoiapasy *��s-  trict Biasager, *a_d tha prs-  tpossd EataaiM! Area Service  would caver afl *��ctiees of-  the tfcres-: exchanges, that ty "J  subscribers wish the tatepbasa  prefixes &V3. i��. -r.d t����  In trie J-s-clsnatory '������*��!��-r ��Hrt  _ with _baa-.:* :t- tub^tribers. h-r  C3ted "tha^uith jt-pfavj-l -aCfthe  pfc-bisdts, t".c t**r?$ rj-chsErjgts^  *-scald f fei ccmbi=:d "Jjt e^ta���  bliahmsn a: r.;-* ife-Tthly_h*o-  tsl ratss. Hz ' ja:d tfie ��i|gbrt"-  mantfe^.- incririscs. shSzild ! be  ccrsidsrsd again*t Ihs eiiniiia-  aka cf. the- -stiargji ol 2i�� c^sts  far each ��*j>.~j3-t>-T5.t4:L3n 'fall  and 33 cahti c^: ��*f"r. |>crso4-Ui-  perscs c^. f.   J    -   ! :  A*^?raval of EAJ5. fi"&uk�� ra-  fiilt ia. its tntrodultlfii io !late  1S���S k-ith Er��' rite* not:. effective sztil  i  b  JS*>-  ���x*mm  :%$&$���  ���''a ."CaS*"*?  - rtv.^-'si-i'-''  ,'.-.'jtjJlTi-ej  ,;i-W'^rf  *^-pf  , :*"-.-!s:-ki;  �����.-.*-�����.'.  fo-  i  SUNSHINE COAST  SERVICE  Specialized ���Body-  Repairs  ��� "FREE ESTIMATES ���  WILSON CREEK  PHONE 885-4466  mmmmmMmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm^mmmma  wmmmmmmmmmmwMtmmmmmmwmmmm^m m ^���mmm^mmmmmmmmmmmmt  tM S. TmE^go^ Ltd.  SERVING THE SUNSHIHE COAST  J  t  . _ F lews  of your businesslleaders  �����  t  S  Gibsons  886-2172.  VoBcwive*"  Tr. 9-5388  SHOE ST'ORE i  * -1- t b .   j  ^cl^, B.C - Ph. 8Sf-fSl@ |  "Specialist in i|oot ca.^'       f  "1 i  , *  ��� <*t  ' 5,"  :d  i :r--.-  , -:.:  .   , If  - !S.;'  - S  "   h  ��  Sub   Agents   to   Bekins   MovFng   end   StorcSe  WORLD WIOI MOVERS t  fa*****   -��������� ,   conceit ;  wmmmmrnmmm* m  FRED JORGENSEN  ,   EUROPEAN TRAINED BARBER  Youblook and feel, like  A new man  Hext to Pool RoomlSechelr/  iswite  Shell OH Bistribator  GIBSONS, B.C.  Phone 886-2133  serwE8"yflB ra&WRlm  sia:  FRANCIS PENlNSUiA  T I PENDER HA6BOUR  ". - Everything for the Boot jD^rjer  Shell Marine Prod.      Phone 823-2444  - \  ' - -. * -  FURNITURE AND PAINT  STORE  Skew chistehfjeld suites  new^and;used everything  cx>me1ni and browse  SECHELT  .Phone ^85^2058  ftfrfBrnoJZ EXTERIOR  iwssiiiii  ��i  4      !  Any Hine# cny -  - wecrther, yoo -con  count; on* vs for ;  prompt_delhr��ry of-  top-qudity fuel oil, *  Ow sendee centred  offers-you mettycd�� -  .vantages, money-"' -  wise and otherwise; ���  GeL. the fcets and '-  figures! ."  BUDD RPITZ  SHELL OIL DISTRIBUTOR  Gibsons 886-2133  We carry a fufl  ' fine of     b  SHELL PRODUCTS,  everything for the Home, Farm and all  Marine Products. Courtuous drivers are  at your "call "at all times, just pick up the  i.phone and call Budd Kiewitz at Gibsons  for Delivery anywhere from Sechelt to  Port Mellon. :  II Pap T|B liv^rf tie  - .Tlife Space* :-*-  Caa Be Yea^l-  - ."  �� .*���'*���*-x  --    ��  - ��-  i  ��...  1  Ji  Helen's  'Fashion  Shoppa  "A full law cf  Ma^trie HaauLiott  . Bals Block Marine Ori-*e  Gibsons " Phone 886-9941  y  i *i  Sheet Metali Iiti.  - I  OilMeatiBg      ;6a|fto^ces  : Sheet Metal  Gibsons ,  Ffcoiie SSS-S9-��t  *m* ���*������-'������**���*'-*"**���  PENINSULA  MOTOR PRODUCTS  (1957) LTD.  COMPLETE UNE  GENERAL MOTORS  CARS AMD TRUCKS  AUTOMOTIVE PARTS  BODY SHOP  SPECIALIZED REPAIRS  Acjccenr to Ycur N'e^ Hostel  \  Secheit, B.C.  \  PHofieS85-21Tl   I  I  J*f*.i  .-������S>"''-i  1?*'  ���*�����<>'  ,'- 3*fi-"*��-  : ��� w!.  i ? K- ���.��-'  ! ������F-gf.  ' '.**5��*  :b--r"4-  ,;'  ft  HI  h*��* .' '
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Rezoning .
HIY  ' -*-"'   -'       - '
zpning -outside   council   mccU
i»ga.\"Y<m should come in lieie
v, -ith open minds," she admonished. \ ■-'■      .b:..
\ Requests for rezoning, lplbt',
•block 4, r>lan 9050, belonging-< o
E. A. Patten from residential
'to; commercial; Lot B, block
41 plan 9050 belonging to Evelyn Hayes, from residential to
'iii^ustrm*. andjotsr 20 and 21,
tlock 13, belonging to A. Rich-
Jtpr from residential to com-
ihercial, will be dtealt with at
s special meeting to be" he Id
Wednesday,, March 25 at 3.:'JO
.m.. An enquiry from, .Brejv-
ter and Warfield requested
decision as soon as possible in
eir application for rezonim.
Norm Watson* attended tie
|ouncil meeting, as a detej-a te
rom the Sechelt Ratepayers
association to request some 'a c-
Ijion on the public 1»atjaurich
ramp. He felt tne cost jujit
lied the 'results.
Sechelt, Rodl_and   Gun   ha
iffered .to supply  the  labor
the village will supply the eight
ir nine.-yards of reidy-mix -cqn-
irete e*:timated! at i$15 ,a ya*Jd-
' Council  pointed. 'put  $1150124
!iad already been spent on t
ramp and $592.72 on the aecsss
4>ad. Parket—was instructed *~
ring ih. a report jto the.nejxt
eetihg on the estimated eqst
bf repairing the ramp.
ACCOUNTS    "■'■■" "^
Accounts lit" thai amount
£1627.79   were, ordered   pa
* Po_e 6 Tiie Sech^ » Pcninsulo Times, S/jeii.. Marcf. 25,1964   JE"!f regular meeting
'  ' > ,. , I
Children fro
rowbbats tc
THE first Pent It r Harbour School ferry operated ih 1919
Selma Piifk Commumty
centre has busy time
THE regular meeting of Selma Park Community Centre
had 17 rmembers present BefoweDuval, vice-president was in the chair. President, Mrs. L. A. Eraser was
absent. through illnessf'.;
AH comm ttees reported l>e-
ing * active.   iTlie   last   regular
en Irvine's Landing and Kleipdale came
school at Donley's Landing. I \
Gordon  questioned
5257.751 for a ca?h. register,
5101.33 for a filing cabinet ajnd
56 for cartage were placed under the by-law account. The explanation offered was that these
tt'fcrebsingJ provided out of capital expenditure fri »m: ihe pro-:
visional bud getr
Protesting the strapping
bis tree planting plan because j-
of lack oT a motion, Gordon
gloved that any major, expenditure in future should be taken
care of by motion and specified
a sum of $100 be uie maximum
any committee chairman could
spend without a motion. Mars'
0. Johnston, suggested $200.
Clapt. S. Dawe amended it to,
$300 and "this mjrtion passed
with Gordon casting a dissenting vote.' j
Council wil. east an affirmative ballorm Jhe7&C Telephone
plebiscite for frget dialling between !!Secbeit and "Port Mellon.
I Council have requested: a report on the Jopen drainage ditch
hi the village frotii "Barry MacDonald, sanitary inspector,
l! The garbage disposal committee  submitted   a   resolution
evenings of ihe season of cards
will; be Apifif 11 for cribbage
and! April 4 for bridge.
Librarian. ^Irs. W. K. Sheridan, reported donations of
several newt books, and recei
ved permission of the meeting
to buy a coj>yl of "Canada 1963"
for th? library.
A rummagivsale is t<i> be held
on April lot \\
A committe? wej.s set up to
go over the by-laws, and constitution and report changes
which may he necessary. The
nideting was! definite en one
poijtrt, in that no expenditures
be .'made unless authorised by
the membership. No mem,ber
could, make a purchase with-
—out pkrmisjsJon, - and expect to
be re-imbursod by the Centre.
Berniev EJuvaL was asked to
call tendYrS for repairs to the
Cantre rmf. lie will report
back to the members for their
decision.     \
R. - M. Thompson told the
meeting of patrolling the beach
from Selma Park to Davis pay
wharf and pickWup dead and
dying birds' >vh«tfi were injured by oil pollution from the
sunken bargte. Thompson was
amazed to find quantities of tin
cans.and other refuse on beach.
. Mrs. Clarie Barcley \spoks of
the garbage on the roads, and
of the offensive, odor\ created
by garbage burning onxprivate
Harry Batchelpr said h\ hfid
to cleanu | p his boulevard «ar*h
week end! as" a result of car
tons   and  bottles   being
from passing ears.
Tiie meeting decided a letter
should be sent to the sanitary
inspector asking him to take
steps to stop this careless garbage  dumping.
The meeting instructed the
secretary to write; to the garbage disposal and collection
board signifying that the members wera in favor of a garbage service being implemented under the local scrvics act.
Dine By The Sea
"Oleis- Gove
Open Alt Day
Good Friday to
^Easter Monday
Phone For Reservations
"Guy & Moe"
THE school fer-y today is the "Dakota Belle", skippered
by Ray PhiLlips. The vessel was fdrme|ly owned and
operated by Les Wilkinson
agreed td the plaa in. principle
and mov!ed to sefid $5 towards
organizational  cojts
Notice of-H^stablishment of a
health unit on lie Upeninsula
with headquarters at Powell Ri
ver was annottnee 1 for July 1st.
A. I J. .Conninghs m,; MD has
be^n ajgiointed iirector. Seh-
iori nurse,and sirnior  sanitary
for 'approval to
liage collection
under the   local
establish gar-
Sd" disposal
services  act.
Council felt the vjording of the
resolution  was  too  loose," but
"rams branch, IT. Ruben, regional consultant, and I.Mr. Cue,
director and supervisor of a
community house. During their
Port Mellon to Egmont tour
they found Secbeltj facilities
practically -nil.f
Panton stateii he Had received the-go-ahead from the, Minister of Education toi procure a
director for thp peninsula for a
trial period of pne or;twd years.
,    TO REVIEW    .
ins^pector appointjnente *^l be    His  salary  witdd be paid by
it and| he would
tationed in Sech-
Day or Evening Appoinfmenr
Done Right In Your
Own Home
For Free Eittmotes
Phone 88S-9SS0
made after July 1. At present
it is knowli as Unit Np! 11,
Howe Sound - Gibsons - Pow-
'elli River Health Unit.
Gordon protested that the
nafoe Sechelt shtuld be included in ithe Temporary name
"since We have the hospital
and a j sewage disposal sys^
tern." AJ motion was passed to
include the name Sechelt. Dawe
opposed] ' ■   ■'    ■ -a-.
A grant of $25 was made to
the SPC|A.
The rie\i'ly-forn]ied Lions Club
have offered to
iccbtrol, ;of May Day. Dawe will
dilscussithis with the Lions' ex-
ecutivej Dawe giive a report of
the l$63"May Diy, and on the
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r b!  n  i  Fa  i  ".   *��� --*'''��� . *���  *^V i  , ��� - .: i   "���*-.�� a -* .  -r -va��>.      *.   , j. ^  - ;* *"/.. * * fc-  s t  - ..c -  * r.  *��- *v-X ''���;  ���--7'a*   J  -'    **������*. <  . *    *���*��  \   . -*%&&;  '-.(^m  . -y^X-k  *-*���?,"?j  -*1  X:   1  *���j*  **4��r*-f -%.*4  * ^^       *--^|  ��b-l*  ��� * * '*<*..   -���  DaS/is Ottawa DfcLty  I -*-     b '; By Jack Deris, M.PJ  THERE is a widespread belief fit English specking Canada*  that Quebec is getting "special concessions".front  Ottawa. This idea was advanced recently by7d Vanicouvet*  journalist who, speaking on TV, is reported to have sa��d thai*  "it  is" costing us $60 millions"         " *   ' "   " *  I The Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wed., March 25, H9.64, fogej,  i**mg^i-iaw m   um*%    ����� ��( ��� nM"Ji*p^  ;.v  '��� "*��,*�� ���j-,^s r  Pastor Joseph  Anonby  8 proofs that ^  Christ arose���,  by- Pastor Joseph Anonby  "DECLARED t> bs the Son cT  God with power . . . by ttre  resurrection   from   the   dead.**  Romana 1:4. .*.  Christ's resurrection "is one of  tiie' strongest arguments for His  divinity. He* prophesied **ci numerous occasions that He would  die and then rise again the  third day. Old Testament scriptures written centuries before  verified this truth. Christ rose  from the dead!  Why are'!we "'so certain Christ  arose? Lst the inquirer look at  the overwhelming evidence'  First, the tomb, though guarded by a tough band of men,  suddenly had the gigantic stone  rolled from its mouth!.  Second, the yards of tightly-  bound-grave clothes and head:  bands were found empty.    "���  -1 Third,. Christ appeared uT-sye-  witnesses���his friends and. disciples���on at least 12 different \  recorded - occasions. In- Corinthians 15, there appears what  may be parlTof an ancient roll,  recording all who saw Him. He  appeared pnebiime to a group  of over five Tiondred. Surely alL  those could not be deceived*  - �� Fourth, the second guard who.  watched the tomb gave a'story  so startling, that they %ere;bti-.  bed large sums of money tb  keep quiet and circulate instead  M deceptive rumor, saying the  dis&iples stole him!  . ; Fifth, the body of Christ was  an actual one, for on more than  one occasion He ate substantial  food.  Sixth, the existence and power of the early church, despite  resistance ani .persecution, is  incredible unless Christ actually,  rose from the dead. Would not  some of the thousands roarty-  Jred during the- ten successive  waves of persecutkm in; the  first three centuries have renounced their faith and exposed  the deception if Christianity  had been built on fraudulent  claims  Seventh, the sudden change of  Christian worship from the- last  of the first day: oTJhef week  can really only be satisfactor7  ily' explained in one way!' Upon  this day Christ rose from the  dead! Finally, the main teaching, of the  entire. New Testa-  rnient is built .upon the fact  Christ rose a victor over death.  "Declared to be the Son of  God /with power!** ���:  a year": to keep Quebec in  - -Confederation. He. went on to  say that* be didn't mind this;  but how much more was it  going to cost?. Who-"us" was,  was not entirely clear. Presumably this gentleman-had  most other British*Cohimbian  in mind.  But what are. the facts? The ���  richer provinces pay more in-  .to Ottawa in the form of taxes-than they get from Ottawa  in the form" of grants. This is  true of. Ontario,!Alberta and  British Columbia. They are  -rich. The poorer provinces,  however, gain as a "result of  " .this arrangement. Tfifry- get  "more from Ottawa than they  pay in." -    .  ; -The formula, which is designed "to bring, the per capita  revenues - of the . provinces.*  more into line with the. Canadian average has been altered    many    times    in:    recent  Quebec is. fighu It can make*-  special arrangements with Oil  tawa; These may; be difficult  to adttiinister. They rpay be  inefficient. They! may also  mean that Quebec will lose  some of the assistance! whfei  it obtains "from ptta*^*a -n4wS  But if this is what- Chxebee ���  wants*: if. for-instance]l.Qucbl  ec wishes to drop oat; of a.  national program' sucht 'as.- the  Canada-Pension Plan, ��^e ear.f -  not: stop her. Under tife -British . North America Act -the  provinces have equal jjirisdio-  tion in this field. {- { -  In roattersiJike the Canada to hook G rug  Pension. Plan the other nine  provinces are preparedl--Kr fee  Ottawa! take cjver. -!"Quebec  nieaxiwhile_is not prepared to  make this ���'concession."* i*ra-  quently "rprovindai right**  appear to mean more to the  peopicbof Quebec than the  financial,     a^istance    ' whtd]  ��. "f *  '*    _  U'-.-vJ  ������-*��� t  '.'   '*  ,:1  ��,  i\  I   *'  !'���������:  i  i, * >* i f  t  i  ���< J  i   I  - ��� Hooked "rwg   j  MRS.'MARY LEEA^AN and Mrs. F. Ritchie; rntmiier* cf tf-e  "  Seche't Legicn A.uxiitary, set up the from > ork! prepcre  -  ' ���   - *      \-    ----- '  years.  It has been improved,    thev might derive, along with  No one"-would say  that it is" ^the   other   pzxszex* pro\-ir.ces.  perfect. It is merely the best  that has been devised so far.  If equalization payments are  rjjesigned to "keep Quebec in.  1 Confederation,"  they are also  i designed to help half a dozen other provinces. They help  Newfoundland. They help Saskatchewan. They certainly  help Nov-a Scotia, New Brunswick  and Prince  Edward  Is>  "land. Each shares according  to its"* population and. the extent to which its personal income falls below the national  average.  Let us meanwhile be clear!  about this. Most French speaking Canadians are restive a-  bout subsidies from; Ottawa-  They would prefer a - stricter  interpretation  of  the - provin-  j ces      constitutional " powers.  LThey  "would   prefer   to   fc^p  t?lmore of their tax .revenues |n  Quebec and "gq it alone"*, so  toj. speak.- Financially, they  would lose in the process^ But  this loss they are willing to  take. t       7     -  f_.  0 . **. ^  1 -;"-  ��-'       'v  *: \   *"��� *���  i    :.��;  >'-   ,'   .  .7 *%.?r,9  ' "  %%$  v*5^  z\m  .'^  . Jrcm the board natioi^l schemes' which most of the jest  of. us are prepared to -enckHrsfe.  This is a "fact .of 2fe" m  CTancda and one whkS only  time,. travel and better communications 'will resolve in  the interests of the nation- |  i; -      -.. -      ^      ""---       ����� ���**  Get tickete early A_  TICKETS for the Sechelt - Has-  -pital Aiedliarj! annual smorgasbord, will goi on: sale Saturday" morning, ! Mareh!2S, 10  a.m. at Hospital Cottage. Tic-:  ksts will be limited to isix per  person." r. *    , 1-     . i   .'  Voluntesrs for sail decorations  are required for! Saturday morning around 9:30 to 10. a.m. instead of Friday evemngfas previously announced. They are  asfc?d to please contact Mrs. ?G.  Had at 885-^8$. or Mrsi ��B.  Ferules at-8S5H22��. I  * _��. -  ":*  i  i  T  *  I      *  ���' * �������* \t  7**\*%  ,:;+.*.;M  A'Sctche>or,  Quilring bee _.  HARD ct work ere from left, Mrs. Cock Mrs  X- ^ Mrs. Browning, Mrs- N. Kennedy, and M s E Messer?t  Ladies usr old skills!  Constitiitionaliy  FOR QUICK HESU-TS >  USE   'TIMES r CLASSIFIED  IaADIES of the Sechelt Legion.    A.uxilllary j are    busy  keeping    old    customs     and  skills aliveT    '   '    '-  1 -Each   week   they * worJc" on  thfr quilt shown'above as well  "as reg "hoofciag.;  They are hoping to be able  to   have   the   quilt   and   rug  ready jfor the'r:  at   their   Apr. I  1 tea. - l -        7-_  _. Mesibers* '<-*  AuxiHlSry ha  ricked far t!>* L'.*n:_  Whj- not. go   .  fT> .*.b r^-.he'il  hOTfr   tsaksitg  tr.e     Ladles  ���.he- n^-ccs'saiT  Sprig, Sprig, Beautiful SprigXI  By, Mow the Flowers Are Budig,^  Dab, this Dab Code in By Node  / can'f even Shell Sprig ^Buddig.  teaafy Salon  Sect^lt  Evelyn Haye��  Above Post Office ._  "Cutting on��J Styling '-'  / Tuesday to Soturtloy 9-S  /   ' "Your Stairway To  / Hair Beauty"     -  Phone 885-9525  W  ���&&*  M  if  7-U'i  J ".I  t' ''it  Dtorit Let A Cold Darken  Yovr Spring Outlook j  AT OUR NEW-SBllNd STYLIS  THE LATEST  p*LAHCE^'  SHIRT-JACKET  COTTON CASUAL  SLACKS  IL    ���   ,L    - - njn iL1  . ��i.��n     '" "*..'- _''" * *' ' '     "   "'   " 1     . .-"*"        -    ...  ���  ���.*. ���  ������������,T  *���������%' '.  Pog- 8 The Secheltr Peniiwijjo Times, Wed., Motet. 25,1964   "Dq^vA   Wil  The READER'S RIGHT S0leci Slie  ! The Times welcomes opinions from readers,  i but does not necessarily agree w^th those expressed.  Brevity is a virtue which should not be overlooked.  All letter** must be signed by the writer, although a pcn-ndmc  may:tse used fot publication,   j  iuy**j^BW^^ mSSSSSSSSS     dkrictj!  At Gibsons V.. *  Slow learners  told  ijs a  case  the  then  Editor, The Timers  Sit���Parents say tliey ^re not  by teachers that their child  slow {learner, untdfit is a  of putting! the child into  occypatiEinal  clas^i   It   is  th<T parents learn tiie child  as :>a battle drive, ard it has  always baen an unwritten law  in this .district that empty bot  tie* arethe perquisite of any  hoys ~clpbs,   |  Receiitly   ah  organijzatioh  in  the Harbour had a bottle,drive  cpnriot read, and consequently    ���o restriction on this  does'not understand other subjects! being taught.        !  Tlje fathers feel the boys do  not jmautre as quickly as girls,  and a re neglectfe-d! by the tea ch-  DURING !th=a week the- six-man  committee; with] the local  government -department representatives for .forestry, lands,  and works, will meet, with Barry McDonald, sanitary inspee  wonts liUeici otiis��  GIBSONS j Chamber *of   Commerce   decided7 to   write  .��� --r_.  -,-....      . agjin tq George Lindsay, Superintendent of the Motor  tor a til land surveyor for this   Vehicle Bmnch, requesting a license issuing office and  -,iu-!-! r vehicle tesling! service in Gibsoris village.    ���������-;-���   -  Thmb men will sdlect. suitable  sites for garbage (fumpnHThe*  thrcs   sections   intd   which   the  area ha*-been div  ibility of sites is a!  sideredl  It is hoped that  and in iny Opinion it "w is a most    tee   wjji   shortly   I Live   enough  unwarranted action, as diere is ,7 data  compiled to "f report  back  |ded. AccSss^  o to ba con-  the commitb  tion as to raising ofllunds in  any way. So to my point, if any  one gave their bottle; - unthinkingly, jplease when my cubs  call, dig down in your pockets  ers in favor of the girls who for that 25c )fou forgo{ to spend  learn   more   rapidly.   Reading ..last night. ���   ' ��  E. Bv CLARKE  organiza-    t0 - d meeting of th j,. repressnta-  matcrial  in  the  lower  grades  is boring tb a boy, so he has  no   interest   in   practicing -his jf  reading. ���  One mother says she was certain her hoy was not qualified  to-be . passed   into   a   higher  Stives oi the organi zations sponsoring 'the  board"  -  '}       - ��� ���*  MORE ABOUT .j 1 .  Credit UniMi  from piage  t���!  The.-Chainter. considered this  is a convenience for the people, not a pi otit-making opera  tion. At, pr.ser.t licenses are  obtainDd at Se;helt, by t'nail Or  through the C.A.A. A juvenile,  applying for a license, vyritcs  his test and obtains his learn  es's 'license  at Sechelt.  ,    .      ...     ..-   *^.     highwav  fram  Port  Mellon  to  Later he dbtaros-lns slip ft*    Squami;h  ��d  nol ;recC'Ve  too  Garden Bay  What oljhe critics?  Editor,' The Times  Sir���Commisioner Sam'Daw-  p^ge  truck ts sitting  'weother, and that  ;ney���yoar mocpy,  paying  cjlass.-is not teaching,. skills to  At'pre^nt th2-fcVMit Unioh are    ily  will in��Utjgate the Chalti-  ' "      '   proposition   to   add mil  a   mpnttlj.'   rental   to  keep  tjia buildinj;  gradr* in the elementary school cs Jhas announced he and his <me    yam'inuntiy  as- .she  was  sure he did ��� not associates want no futjher part a2rsf',t}�� dr3J5ayt  know. his. basic  subjects.. The -in May Day Parades. The rea- thc* V.f.:.Bi for a  fathers   say   .the   occupational son?, Because   of  unwarranted  criticism  each  year from  the  felt  it ' was  not  the   V.F.B.   to! n  out   in   the  s losing mo-  Davis said.  obtained in  there. Also,  Club has  this land to  ire hal.}. lie  r|ecesiary '(or.  tch any. of-  passed with  opposed and  Murdoch, director for ithe region Fendar Harbcur tp Hope,!  reported on his year's, activities. Resolutions Submitted from  K. Keirnan, will leak this over  early in April. if.  The  other  resolution! recommending    completion   lof    the  a road test at Sechelt^ takes the  road test at Gibsons, because  of the differ* nee. in 'terrain and  road conditions, then returns to  Sechelt for a license-. (RCMP  advise that trie learnars, license  and  road  test permit can be  ate  visit.)  The B.C. Tc'l Ferry Authsr-  titahhba boy ty earn-a7|livingJ ^sarne quartet. Criticism, just ie?s-  The moUon  pai-ticiiiarly la view of -tfie'ljact,    ci- urtjust has icng tteen the lot 2? vo^es }��p .*iwo1  most jjwould only /^tta|n i "kort(    of the; vblyntaar wlfo s|ceks to sl* abs^aimng-j  of grade 10 standing.; 7"  b      'organize parades on other, com- TREASURERS   RfEPORT  Ond!said the class is too gear- tminity activities. It h>s cver^ 7 presenting'the tlfeasurerirs reed to mechanical; work^ wjiien been a thankless task,and per- pj,^ G, Little rlraw attenion  ajctualiy, his boy had ndjinter- haps always will bij. ��� to the cash shortafee of S730.62.  e^t  in Itnechanieal things* 7Mt      ^,hat  of  the  cJtl^j   Th^se He   exj2l|fin��dJhh   had   been  who   criticize   without v offering caused ~bf*errors! .in  deppsits.  anything bettsr.in idsas or cf- John Daly- e*plai|ied that due  fort are net better than ignorant to Little's ,Ulfi^ss= ifere had been  ii   ihtelre&ed   fn   animals   and  plants,land the outdoor life. "^  . ! There seemed^ in the school  system,   more   concern  shown  for teaching the child with phy-  jungle    savages ��� firing   ^.their  poisoned   darts   fiom   ambush.  i s]<*ai,/sight, or/ mental defects, They dastroy but cannot build, to  transposi'tibn  if funds,  i.e.  than/shown for tiie slow leaj^j* i^hgy are frystnitiid do*gooders experienced help lo thef wrong  ep,,/who i* expected; to struggle who don't knovy hew to do good disposits being crkitcdy by in-  with tiie regular courts with for 1 anyone iniclUcing themlsei^ accounts du^ to similarly'off  -~no|additional teaching aid. yes>brhey are las. nuch a men- names land/or'..InfliaIs.  _    [' Ih the commercial cla*^, one^ aceuio.theJ��appint*s of a chm^ .All ekeept appr|��cimatciy !jgq  mother  *aid   thc   periods   for muhity as o?e!ft sswers? There had been Ibcatsd.  -   shprthatii and typing, were 1^00, y nothing mqre contemptible.  a. numbsr of 'later  and this shortage  m employees  occurred due  ���"short, and too tvddbl^ spaced in  the jchddl we^k for proper lea.  ���   chtflg -and pra.ctic<pr91hqt actual*  1}| tiift fhipil is! nptbemg fitted  ll to obtain * position ^n graduation.' b . . |\ ��� .  I Obviously,'one |W>uW have to  attend 'a business college -to  learn ih& trade of stenographer.  That-mother felt it would  be  ,    morelpractkal for tha p^pil-to  be well taught in "English and  ! If the critics} fee 1 they can do  hetter let them .put their ideas  before the" committee. There  1?n*t a committee in the country that*doesnft jwcicome fresh  ideas. If the Ideas arc. not pra-  Jical they ha*e at least tried.  7 it is to ba Tcgntedi if a nian  with [the statui-e 11 Cbpt. Daw-  .e* fcfals he and liis & assiciates  are working on a hopelessHa3k.  Bottle drives  Editor, The Times b  - Sir���It has come to my attan-  .Jloiffjat the Pender Harbour  Cubs  are  having their  annual  bottle* drive   for funds.   Many-  arc  unaware  that ihe  Scouts  BORRd WFROM  ClsNfR^  Sharcjs were not sufficient to  accomriicdate the 1 'borrowers) so  money had belm borrowed  from the Central B.C. Credit  UnicJh. .the. directors' report in-  dicatedi This was -bacauseiTor/,,  of the J share., cajtital normally  available ft>i loajfts wa^s used  for thei new bui|ding. Accord  ing ta Daly,  would not have  their treasurer  helm. However,  sideredl good  bus  Spelling, both necessary for a - It fcosts mucbj in time arid ef*  stenographer. '���.-'- for|to dr^niza irvcn a  small  This parent felt the com mer-    parade. Parade ipmmittek in  cial course*^ was not, equipping    the cities- brinjg^ in professional row m<5n��v from  th&: child to eiicn a living, ,'ind    organizers   arid   spend'   thous-. tral Cnedit Unio,  , that the parcr|t was given ihe" ar,d3 ol dallarls. Critic* should n|us 7^ cerccnt  incorrect   conecrrtion    of   the    think of that who ir they set out joan j,t but at 12  -Course. .-,-'.                 -I        to crucify thone who try to br- T  1   ��� L^TEItESTED VARliST    ing m tlipse spectacles at little DIVIDEND  '   i    ,   or no coat.-                      - The .directors j recommended  Perhaps ScdhcU, now feeling a 3 peikent div;<jant on share*  thc pangs of groiving pains, i* ar'*J a ;"����� Percent |patronage re  bers    .    ._  to  thi*  soutli   end and  enlarge  the present  Langdale   parking  lot   to    acojmmodate    holiday  tjlafric.  [Their   request   for   a ".govt.  ^i^rking area at Harssshod Bay  ^nnot   be   kcn|ider��d   at   this  7ime.. (Becalust  of  the  strike-*  terry overhaul is being delayed  (and ferry service this summer  aiild  be injadequate.)  The pew iChamber of Com-  tW^ce sign cost $43. R.-'Whit-  ifeig, secretary understood the  cost was to have been in the  neighborhood of $20. F. Cruice  agreed to pay $13 toward his.  ���v Chamber of Commerce week  is April 12-18 and all tnembers  will, work_ on a membership  drive.' Membership fees are $5  for fion-busincss members, $10  for a  small business Jhd $25    a penally not exceeding'$25 for  for a large business. each day (hiring which it is so  The citizen of the year will ���tiBfe-." W��* M8-^ Pointed cut  be announced in May by the there is now no resident doc-  two'man selection committee, tor in Pender Harliour and the  Mrs. Stewart and Fred Cruice; superintenden\f nwms 1$ only Ion dtjly forioight! hours a  much encouragement from #ie  government. Murdoch went  over, the resolution submitted  at the Wally regional meeting.  Al Raynsr and Fred Feeney  of B.C. Telephone showed two  lilms. "In a Manner cf Speaking^' and "Air France."  this! area concerned the request for the establishment of  an access road or "trail to the  ss:sr.:s Skaokum clink. It is  expected that the ; Minister of  R^-M-eatian   and   CdWervation,  MORE ABOUT .. .  HJD. reports  trom page' 1���  under the Water Act, operates  undsr the . Minister %k Lands  according to West-  HOSPITAL ACT  . Mrs. Liste brought ^section  18 44) of the Holpital Act to"  the meeting. It slates, "If st  any time a licclsed hospital  is use! as soch while there is-  no duly qualified : supcrTntehd-  cnt, or white the7 superintendent is riot resident of-the premises, the licensee shall incur'  his situation  occurred had  been   at   the  it was con*  tnsss to bbr-  tha B.C. Cen-  at G percent  nsuranee and  percent.  hot quite ready ;,at to Ipotxmr    f-und ^ ^krest llo borrowers.;   sfcr-of the idi��frict fi��|*icr��ei*   i.*i-  ia big parade. IPerhaF*' it should  !t>e a Peninsula affair with  j everybody   from-   Pender   Har-  b21ir  part.  to   Port  It  is   not  Approval of B.C. Telephone's  free calling plan was registered;  Provincial government 'Jngi*  necrs surveyed Grantham's  bridge.in January. It was understood thc preliminary work  was being done to cbtain the  property for a culvert at|d fill  bridge. !  Treasure T. Hcamkcr reported,, a balance of $227!08"wih  an expense of $200 commi'ttcd  on the boat launching ramp.  Digby Porter indicated that  the Port Mellon C&mmur,'ty  Association 1 had been asksd jon  a donation i of reinlorcing s|ea)  for this rarhp.  The Chajmbsr 8��|jportt?d a  motion frojrrt 'the U.F.A.W.U.,  Giteons local, requesting Iran  They       alio     1 recommended1   gpsctor's office from iSquamish  chtquej blank's  b|* paid for lity   to Gibson��j They fcljt there 13  Mellon   taking  the   complete  ���iind  Cubs arc not fallowed  to jianswer but it h| something to  ���solicit for funds and can only il reconsider,  obtain theirs in a fashion such '      . ED- GREENE  wsmwtmmmmmt^^  VILLAGE  BMim  SECHELT  your bmbr  require/v|ewts  TARTS p CAKES  PIES -IbREADS  SWEpT ROLLS  amte -|t.the-r.jts* of. 10c each  neijitala checking. This will;  advar  to facilitate checking,  be brought Into porce as saoni  as thai.present suppty-of cheques is ilrxbaukcdl  LOAN DELINQMENCIES  The; managenient cammitee  plans !lo enforce control M the  ihereaj>ir.g number of loan!  ��� dalinq|icncic8. Tl ic credit com-  mittuBJ report, riad by W, CaX  mcron!,     discles jl    (56     loansj  little commercial fisheries in-  the Howe Sound area any  more, and! cteicr tabs could  be kept on sports fisheries with  the headquarters in Gibsons.  . Zonaj- rebresenlative,   It.    D.  am3ur|tir.g   to  granted in 1903,  cf 91 loans in f  , corporation 1243  ing  tp  $559,161  matte.   The   suj  57,8''7.48  wertl  making a total  iree. Since :n.-  louns amount  J3   have   beert-  ervlsory   com.   ���"������  mitte'l report, siibtfiiltcd by I  Larso^i, indfcaUd the affair^  arc-llcing conducted satisfacK  toriV-i  'fhX incoming board was dii-  jt-eetsd to enroll is many mem;-  btirs ,,b vpossibl( in the C.U.&  C. graup Jwalth jnurance p|a?t  in'ordar to pb] ain the minimum number of S0-C0 members  to flWfke the pl.n effactive.  rebr  day, five days] ^.wcjek. West  said, iis a merri��2br\o4 the society,- he kould bring "this matter to their attention, j  Another matter brought up  by Mrs. Liste was a fchange in  Article 12. section f* of St.  Mary's * hospital by-lajws concerting appointment oji doctors  tojthe medical staff. She felt it  should be amended so any doctor could submit his application  directly to the hoard rather  than being nominated by the  medical staff.  W<?st said this could be recommended to" the Society by  Parker, the HID rcprcssnta.  tiye.. The meeting Ipairman,  Mrs. M. Lamb,; ruled jtf'ri-. Liste  otit of order, "l am n'k a m��;'m*  b?,r of St. Ma^y'rs hoipital eoc-  iety, so where can I bring tlieae  ma.U*5r�� up?" asked "Sirs. Liste.  ���Parker advised s|. Mary's  hospital is leaded to the .Sac-  iaty for $3 a y'jeaf ani must bo  turned back to the Columbia'  Coast Mission in'the same-condition- .and with the equipment  iotact.  Your Governmept Reports To YduV  MX.A. Esqwimal.    |  iChoitmcfn of the Council of the B,C. tcgi��lot��rc)  Will' Speak and Show filnris j  On Hfs Recenf|Trip To The j  Ear'cast- | '-*.  Halfmooni Boy (Welcome Bcoeh Hall) 8 p.m.  APRIL 1  oni  Egmonl" (Community Hall) 8 p.m.  APRIL 2  MR.  BRU.CH  IS FRESH FROM THE SESSION  Hear ab'ouf the Bank of British Columbia and Social Wclforo.  -I  . J  * -  f  --*>-.  i:t '  uuMw&mMmmmmiliai f  **  X  Ait Pendor Harbour Secondary  The Sechelt Peninsuio Times, Wed., March 25, 1965 Page 9  P  IrlSh  ue^ course prepares  oy^ for life at sea  FISHING E, is an unigue course. It is the o��Iy one of its  ! kind ih British Columbia and ..is a credit course approved by the Department of Education. In b community  Which derives the greater part of its' income from fishing  and' re.ated services, this  course, organized -by Mrs.'  Francis "Fleming, principal of  ""ender.-.   Harour     Secondary  chool, -not   only    serves    a.  eed, but also provides a vo-  ational   course ;in   a   School  ..'here vocational 'training is  -lacking, '..-"' ]  : To g��t this off the ground,  Mrs. Fleming held a meeting  jwith two pf her teachers and  tour selected fishermen ^and  jboat builders to iexplore subject material that would f be  used in ^ie course. The material was then organized into  Subject fields "and -broken up  into suitalile units.. With the  assistance r of a Gordon Johri-  jsbn. district superintendent ..of  schools, this cxperiental curse  received th*S blessing of tfe  Departm_ent?v    :..---  It soon became, obvious ojut?  side assistance was- needed is  such 3ines as net .work., electronics, marine insurance and  compensation. Many people  (offered practical help. John  Daly and Bill Malcolm, re-"  presentatives for Madeira  Park, and John' West, Egmont,  rc^piestmtative. did yoeman  service .as contact men in the  organizational   stage.    -. - -  BOAT CONSTRUCTION^  'Boat construction was studied first hand with visits to  loeal   boat   yards.   One   yard _ and finen nets was 3ll p^ of  the   old   and   modern   fishe^-  ���as diesel engirfe>characterist-  ics and operation. "Students  learned to trouble shoot, using the repaired one cycle  engine as a guinea pig. Each  student Had to locate and repair prepared : faults. ��Infor-  mation on oil jvisoosity types  and functions \ were studied  and precautions in gas engine  operation   stresisetL  SEAMANSHIP [  Chapman's Piloting & Sea-  Tnanship bobk^ .was used as  the text tor teach seamanship.  The= intricacies of mooring  and anchoring | were alio taught. In boat "handling; they"  gained a working - knowledge.  of such -practical/ things as  how tp manage -a boat With  superstructure when the wind  is on the beam"       . 7  ���' Characteristics of nylon land  sisal ropes 7 were compared,  and studehts became adept in  the use of ten common fishermen's ' knots. They learned-  splices'^ and leverage of~pul-  leys as well as the care and  repair of nets by'ifctually  working with 'an old'net pro*-  ^ided 7 throug|i the fisher-,  man's union" local;  Types, of nets-seine," trawl  and gillnet-as well as twine,  mesh size and the advantage  and   disadvantages   of   nylon  Scaled models  MEMBERS of the Fishing E cksss work on their mode's,  p^ From left are Gary Thompson; Martin Love, Danny  L^e, Sydi.ee, Rae Edwardscn and Robert Kiiborn.   ~-  Gargra?e says  .Mackenzie is  neglqctyi    /  THE- ronei mainter.^'izei v,ve  ' fcr the] Mackenzie r'--'in !>  .not - high! enoueh. i.a.-*." Tt-r.y  Gargrave* ^MLA. &���. Victor a  last week.. 4 n-.u.r.*.'**~~.e  vote far this 0.<tnct cf S2Q~.-  500 uia-* ar.r.c-ur.ct-d by P "A.  Gaglardi.* Mir.:<ter ot "'KiVln-  ways. waen ).z addre-'jod t..e  Legislature- during the Bi. i-  get Qebste. The. vHv is '_p  S 15.000 from *ac: \t-ir. Coital expt_r.d:tirr^s a:-.- v.-*--d  separately ;r. "sddrticr, {���? t*#*".  maintenance- ���.rtcs-i   ' [  Mackenzie is ' e big riding  tntn significant rc*ji neeis  and n***ds reer* ramcy ti-an  thai. G-rrrave  said. .. ���  On Vi-dr.f.ijo' chiriry' *-e  sarr.e debate Kr-.c Mrf.-.n. :���'...-  ister of Iieu-iii. ��a;i *.*v;t h -��.-  pital coa-T-rt.-r. ;.-. ,-.r.e Province had  iH-er. -��jc-t.Vc il;.-.- *  the -   par.  Jca:  C(.r.rvrr_  \*m'jT'-t''''     "'*���   ������*-���..:-"** ".A P.*   '*  -   .-.  ...J- w.._ a ,-% . ��-. *. f.   ' '  v -/ x.".   - .   ��� '��� * '���'��� ���    i-.: ' * * ������-  ���A I  71  had ar round bottom boat un  der construction while the other had a vee bottom boat on  the ways. Students compared  the features of these two different types and found in the  round bottom the frames :re-  qaire more work*-" lofting ! is  more difficult, planking -; is  slower, repair is easier and  cheaper, the hull is softer  riding, heavier, costs more; to  build and has a lower speed.  They also learned the advantages and disadvantages of other typos * of. construction,  as clinker, batten, seam and  "strip planking.,    .  Using Chapelte's Boa'tb-iild-  ihg as a text book, and practical demonstration from C.  Remmen, they learned the  "correct names of boat parts,  three methods of lofting, hull  repairs, prevention of eiectro-  ysis damage, wind effects on  superstructure, and painting  teehniqui'S. At present they  arc* burning |ind sculping the  paint from an old clinker  built rowboat. Early in April,  the ifianufactures of iron  paint -Will give a practical  demonstration by .painting  this boaL Any boat owners  itnd fishermen . will be welcome to attend this demonstration.   ..-'":"'.  ENGINES .."7--b-  / The study of gasoline and  diesel engines has been prac-.  tical arid .j: through. A one cylinder, four-tycie gas engine  Wiis completely dismantled,  cleaned ^and' overhauled.: Val-  vtis wertl- ground, crank shaft"  bc��arings lestod. rings- replaced, the carburetor cleaned -&  electrical system " rebuilt.  When they had finished the  engine: worked! ,  Operation of both four cycle and two cycle types was  discus?ied and studied, as well  man's lore- passed on.  NAVIGATION   .  Na^gation was taught- by  H.S. Clay. Captain Liilies  Coast Guide,and the Admira-  were used aitextbooki; Rules  -pf the road.-- signals, weather.  and ^barometer readings, and  how~to set course and. steer  one; using both the pareHel.  rule-and the course protract-.  .or, were covered.   /'���_  Finally, knowledge "of electric'circuits was "taught from.  Darling's Jr. 'Electricity text.  Students" familiarized themselves with circuits, types of  source, m^a^ti^^ects, load  limits and^wire sizes.       ^���  Use, was .made of. every  available souce of information, ^lany. commerical _con-  cerri^X provided pamphlets &  ii&nplcs. and government de-  paraments also-jirovided tech-,  nital information.        '".  OTOER  ASPECTS  After Easter the course will  be extended to "include industrial   first  .aid,   safety   at  ; gea, and elementary booking  and nutrition. The- small kitchen off the gym compares to  the cramped - quarters of a  ship's galley, " so boys. can  learn to cook for a crew in a  eonfmed space, as ,.well ai  'earning to order for a spc-ci- .  fled number of a crew and  provide the_basic fundamentals of nutrition.  ^Another after Easter project is the t construction of  four dinghys* from approved  plans.  This course is very popular, so much sorstudents have  "-to. apply for it and are selected-according to appt��tude. The  course* wUl be followed up  by a survey "of summer work  by students i%this' line. Many  ���students   "either bbave    their  Paint Jseroping 1 1.  ALLAN HALL, Dennis Dusenbury end Mike Reid burn end  jscrape point from a cijnkerbuilt beat, in the course  of learning about the care and repair of flip's hulls in the  Fishirg E class at Pender-Harbour Secondary School. Schsxsl  principal, Mrs. Fleming, notes progress.  Complimented  DAVID MILLS is complimented b>-his teacher Mr J Sttgec  en the display of kners and splices he prepared in the  Fishing E class. : _ -   . - "   ~  ..'���*i7-i*-5  ��� .*��� ���. ���" ***  t .- *���*��-���" ..-      "��� ���. -.'.������.. ���*     \     '-.. >    -4  ���;,:   :**���;;-.-.'��� * .-* .; >  * ' .    t-    t   s?  ..   yv-V-^C     -��� ** >-"oV--7/:-/.  *"^^-*- - ..i.  ���  -*%5-_  wwmmam  iliPBLICTlHi: PMNTPG'  t GARDEN BAY BOAT WORKS  Mechanical & Electrical Repair*  ^  |A COMPLETE LINE OF BOAT REPAIRS     " _-  Gordon Boy, B.C. Phone 683-2366  Dcmonjtrajl-ion   "  TEACHER'^-Segec demonstrates"the use of" the parcfSef"  rule to students Lorry" Silvey end KcitJ^ Griffith as they  study navigation. * \^   X\  own boats "or ��rork or, boat**  during the summer. In this  course they learn technical  knowk-dgc it cpuld take them  a lifetime to .acquire by the  hit-and-miss method, and |_if  and when an emergency irises they will bf ready to cop*-'  with it.; }  offer   tl@   cairw   'ev.fry   <*---�����  'ond��year. 'dm papular drm_ar,d  if so great ;hat;V. m--*y-l.��- ta-  panded ir.ttr"it>**'> y*J-*r course  to- fit the needs of many of  these - itudef.t*; who pba :o  .-spend llV-ir 1;ves making -i;w-ir  living frvm-fiu- <e*, either- it*.  fi?herrr.<-n-crf tin  rr.rrchir.tiie  Originally it was planned] to    service*  Mackersae, h*- -u;>i -.;s--. .�� r,..*.-  hospital had r-.-or. app.*ui.t-J   rr  p'rinctple at Chezr. luZs. w.*::  .the plaahlr.^ *rA ccr..-:ra.t. .-.  ye*   to   Icotw"."   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Fer Ira ^ it.j.-tj_r :,< '"*��.*'-  *".  j^.J i J.'h i-f fiM.l'���*'��" t'r^*  AmfflwS'-.'jf*'   l^T  ��,**;1i* -*-�� "*   i"   i  ^.sn;�� *!v-re aU ttc ." J"* -  Firvi iSsc " *j>  ,*���.:<' tt <r i.��''f^r. . f  f2-.c grcst }%*!  l��* ��- ���'��� I-'*.  \r,j;  I   piffle   ir:   d:^<'> ."   a-   I  *ai;h }i3s#- -.tl^r! |*-*-  - ����. �� :.��v 4^1, ..: I D.L **  (B4.'..��:t- t 4.t ��. ��-.ct-.*-t"r ^ { ' i  la'-ff; * vtzCS'U -.<.  V�� *.t>s* If.j'?.'' I r-U ..' "   '���,'...-  c7^-<- I J'*��*-��� l��. it-��� r '*>���'.  Ani- l(5f rc*o ^.- t :: v*.*.* >e- '-ft,  fr. ���  frctl;   ;"*i-:l.J   :>*t  (*rai- <4 t*u Ht.Sn.c*. v.-.v:  < e  *<3r','      ,��     tLit     pa-i>- \*     ft.  ��*i'J-  s*-x  l��r ],,\J,  r.-.'�����    f<-i   t:...!^  and trir.��i��tsir r*"'..- *   .' j*-  * .< r  ixa'^'.fi."    i  i *  /��� -    .  ^.*i*%  ������:"���;,;  '   XK  X'   ?.,  : "���:���"  ��� -U^  r-.  5*:-  �� ..  ��..  < .���.���  �� ���  5' -  �� ..'  J:*-  lx*  1*  Jv  ^ Im  f  i  ������w           "    "     "   " "  "',;    .. .".      ! j.   ,    i    L     I  - |- . ��� ��� _ '     "*'   "'    * !' tymrn'mmm-immymmri-m  ,. L  :.  Pggej'lft The Se^lfrf^fosuld TUnesi7Wed;, March 25,['64    granted by Union Carbide Can-    ships of $5Ci  ,-...     ] -   ,-.-..-    ./���-   !- :|.   j  For | university students . . .  Scholarships, loans  trsaries available  ada Iitd.  enrolling  m   engm  cations   iare    ava  rering,   phy-'    of     Educati  ) are awarded on  to the  ijiaW "student'  the results'!of- the  Department  sical.  sciences, ' ci mnierce   or    scholarship i> awardetl for area  business jadmihistr ition.   Appli-    11.. which   ih   .':       i i      i-aTt- i     r '        ...:.._    .n -,.   :  in  exams.  One  labje'  from    tricts 46-56 inclusive and S. D.  and 83. Interested  Institute of  '-4?3_AN��idifi-uriiv���rsiy be laid early by grade 12  -^sift'd^ advantage of^ local 'and  tnrfW:ncial^Hblarstnrj|a-njdi bursaries! available. Require- The^bursarv "is *!<  irhenls arehigh^scholaltitj standing, good charact-r and/ entering  agricultu  jlor-financM.neet}.-;:; f j 11 ; p a good scholastic  j   The  l^ovin^ib^fiWetirnn^nj;    UBC  and   must he filed 'with is  in  need  of finhncial  assis  ischolarshipr fs.. available [to all    him by May 15. ' tanee.     ApplicatJoils    obtained  'student?; l.ahleib^VTiT'.ai'pe    jan        Girls interested in'csreers in1" froni Dean Gage i  rjivenfee"of 70# bor oveijl-Tljus    any   field   of  journalism ,may mitted by August  ^scholarship   pays   oneVhaif"the     apply   to   D3an   Gagcj   before       por  those  intert  itiptiop fees for a student \\\\h    May 15th for the Canadan Wo- riculture    the    Friser    Valley  ~  Milk Producers ass pciation bur-  Dean! Gage,  and  ibust contain 59; 60, 80. 81  a brief statement rf'ljhe appli; students must!notify Dean ��Val-  cant's financial  circumstances.- tejf Gage by latter before June  Submission is tb Be made b'cl    1  and subrn '    *     *���*--���=   for6 May 15th.     |     '      ,, -rScholarshii  Students  with J background through thei  in farming  and  4JI  work can '-t?  the  Dep-  apply for the B.C|  Agrplogists    bursaiy    of, $250.  r  a   student  e   who   has  record  and  lust be sub-  it.  sted  in  ag-  ���a'.lir'ft class average and one-    men's Press,Club seh  |mmd  jcotid  iobtain  the. tuition fees for-sis':--    of   $250.   Candidates   rjiust  ob-  Class  students.   ApplUfa-    tain   an   a*ieragss  of  forms   for   this   m'ay  |>e    WA   in  the June  ex; 4s] and  ���"writings  sd    from    your    school submit   samples- of  councillor or from the Depart- from articles,; school .-"nd |com-  inxentl of   Education   and" must munity papers.        '-  he submitted bv June 1st. The Federa'ioin of Telephone  ���I A Umber of*local  scholar-' Workers"  of British   Columbia,  olarship  at ileast  t! the "Application  i Candidate"  torm  r1. schoql  principal  rtmenf of   Education.  Two Vaneikiver Sun carriers  are eligible for a scholarship  of  S500   each! for   the   highest  marks receh  Application,  must be ma  The    Vancotiv  scholastic  of  . ,  ��� r. >  ships are available to' students - Plant Division;, offers a| scholar-  Elphinstone'' and  Schcodl  ships are avauaDte u>' stuaems - * *���"*' rvjCTzv   bf   Elphinstone *'��� and    Gentler    ship rf ^ to sons an  iwnrh���fr    secondary-    ir-homil     ters of members with  [Harbour  istudchts. Thc Sechelt [Teachers' j Association awards three  Scholarships* of   10   each   (two  " for   Elphinstone   and- one   for  jPendeT).   These   are   awarded  -.fe-Jiie students with the highest averages" ,'in departmental  pxanis. Application forms for  this scholarship . are available  at tie respective!."schools and  plus! be. mailed by August '1st.  I^AJPTA scholarship ' df $200-  ,'ts Awarded automatica-Uy'i to  jthe student ' with the highest  Average' in, the- departmental  exams provided it is over SO*',..  |This is available to~-iElphinstone    students. ^The   Ppndcr  d dajigh-  iU* at least  twelve months continuous service,- or of. deceased memb?rs  with the same service. May  15th  is, the ideadline   on   this  scholar-tips'   and     applications    �� to give towdal aid to de-    gjv  are    obtainable  Gage.  'General   M|otors   of  ��� provide   two  students     ih  positions but  scholar  Imted  /Sary of S3Q0 is male to a promising arid deserving student." school  Application forms mltst be ih  the hands of Dean Gaga before  August 1st.  The Grand. Lodg��| of Ancient,  Free and Accepted Masons of  B.& offer bursaries from S200  -S5C0 to sons, .daughters and  legal wards" of, sjtctiie members  of Masonic Judges I in B.C., of  deceased members who were  active at the' timb of death  Th purpose of the  con  drama, fine  May 15 is  forms must  Dean  Gage.  The Walter  eludes   school  1��  ^   ?  ed in June exams,  to iDean Ga��e,  l|�� .before May 15.  er Sun special  $500 is awarded  to the eligilMe applicant who  combines hif h scholastic staii-  ding with achievement in one  or more arpa <if service*7 to  munity, writitig  arts, debating arid'  ;.;-.vv,7iV>l   r,,  f.y - .?.ia-* \ .>   ,>*  ,��*.*   i" ���:���-.- i-"Va    *  '^,^?>T'~"4-  Pau  ie   ui   ui-aui.     -1. - - .    ,   -, ��� a       man��  se bursaries   ?>e ljteratu re, parUcularly k    g ^  [ aid to He-    ^e l'6i<is oi IWW, prose, fib-    ,u ^  f rot i     Dean  serving  students.  with hig)  i scholas-  f  Canada  ships    to  fnancal  tion deadline is Aihgust 1st on    copt*-*'**mg   a  forms    obtained  Gage.  The Sperry Philli  BursarJ* amountinj;  Uc ability preceding fo U.3.C.    awarded to thc^ st  .in ,^ny  field;  tainable from  automatically ^wards 'a  arship of7$I50 to- thejKpd-   , ^^tlfal'"thV  Applications ob  Dean Gage must  be   submitted! by   March   15th  Engineering     studei|its    may  apply to Deah Walter  the  $300   Indp  schola  the application which  submitted by May 15  >s Memorial  to $150 is  ident enter-  in" either-the fact Ity of agri-  culture or the schlol of home  Gage for"  economics at UBC  tion is gi^en to ac  lity,  junior farmer  to study.  A $250 scholarship  student  da   Ithe  basi;  ^igJstudent^No appUcatton is    p^o���"and>e field  necessary for either of  these  . ���     .   . "  tvVoj ETA awards. ^  .���j,Tie kiwanis Win.,Bow Mcm-  i>riaj; Bursary of SlOO.is' awarded* to ^n*��� Elphinstone!;, sfttdent  ton nerit, citizenship and.-iieed.  po \ applieatiKai is" itetdSsiry.  ^nia Royal Canadian*: Le^03*  ^rajheh No. 109 scholarship! for  Gfbkons students only, I is  awarded-on .academic standing  tnd| financial: need.-:No formal  students  financial  they wish  public  speak ng or  on sportj|!  "*--    "*" ���*-   the  deadline   arid  be"obtainad-- troi!|n  C.! Koarner schoi-  arsh^p- of;$50]0 Inl^r^ative-.'.wiji*"  ting j will be awardejd to ;-u|e.  studfejit with a goodj alLrounkl  cademic record who shouljs  promise in the lipid of imagm-  Sechelt  he  appfica-  or    dra  f ?l,ection   of  tb,e  from "Dean   f^"6"1.'**,X\X\' !SJ10uM ^ Se"1  tolth; Walter C. Koerner crea-  writing    "firholarship,    c-o  De^an Gage tefpre May 15.  The W. H. Mac;Inn;s entrance  sclolarships in Ejnglish are aul-  om|atically available to the-students." obtaining, tha highest  conbined average in English  40 and English 91 in the. Jane  ma.   "Applications,        He  who,   was,   i^ ajid  Considera-  Jtlemic abi-  ���..,  j      I club mem- ,     ,.  rsliip    In-'bership    and    finai cial    heed. ^mS4,Scholjrships: ^mount to  mSt bevYou   obt^Jn   applic. tion  forms $1CK $73  a"f  *r*��' Sl"-11"  a*  from De^ Gage b|fore August X���tfs ar& H?dl-  on the  Math  ^ 91  June results  1st  The    IODE    Secbnd    World  War        memorial  J    bursaries  to aid "a    amounting to $400 Jre awarded  of per-    to sons and daughters of vet-  sonal qualities,  character, and    erans.of the navy,! army, air-  promise w;ho is in need of fm-    forceJandbmerchant, navy -of:.^s_t_ter_- 1th6Ts��Vrfao:treasur^  anciat assistance:as c ffeifed by    the British ��� Empire and Com-*-   er i provincial board   BC Wo-1  At [Easter  Re[ is risen}  X      S. Cassellsj  Bethtfl Baptist Church  THIS: is the greatesi aluthenic  a ted fact both in .���'world, history and in human experience.  We are not surprised tiiat He,  the Son of God. -shot Id rise  from7among the dead. He laid  down his life ar GtJd's man at  Calvary, and took it 'igain,'-  thchtfe ths empty toijnb} as  man's God. Hallcujah'.   "He is  shall hs the source of life,  mised���"because I live ye  live also." This "Blester! Hope"  is the inheritance of the children of God. The last v|ords of  Edward   the    Ccnfcssoir   when  dying were, "Weep, not,  ever  pro-  shall  T shall  Preference lo a girl registering in home economics is given  by the Womim's Institute memorial scholarship and who is  a daughter of a member. Application by letter from the In-  I  meh's Institute, 545 Superior  Street. Victoria must be recei-'  ved, before  August 1.  The   Women's, Institute   dlsoj    ified, sanctified, but wil, yet be  die but live; apd as I ltav'e the  land of the dying I truiL to sjee  the-bkssing of Ihe'Lori in the  lantl of thc li\ ing "  So we sea .God's children  have the experience of God's  Word in Romans 8 v 14-16. Thus  by the Spirit of God we! receive  TKIb fulfiliment of Hi& promise,  "I give unto them eternal life,  and they shall never pjerish"&  John 10 v 28. '  So hsre we fiave broiught to  us   "Life1  and   immortality   to  light   through   the   gospel"   11* ,  Timothy 1 v 10.        '   j i  This gospel of the resurrec-"'  tion  is' the  hope  of humanity  for'by it we are not only just-  ;:.*���������  ^ *'.  X... J-   Le   |*ohn.   Applications monwealtb who suffered death,  "available     from    Dem1. Gage permanent injury   |nd  serious,  must be submitted by May IS*, disability.    Application , forms.  The Margaret  Del nage  {P. , are available from the  Prov-.  T.A.)  award lof $200 is avail- iricial    EducationalI   secretary,  -    , . . . able to the ton Or daughter of I.O.D.E., 9031 Hudsbn St.T Van-  ppfication   is   necessary: | At    a native Indian who is enter- Couver   14.   Applieitions   must  trader the Ladies Auxiliary- to    j^g  university.  This  must be be submitted by April 1st.  lie Legion awards two scholar- | applied for llhrough Ieah Gage . i.o.O.F. bursariesfof S250 are  -.hips of S50 each to deserving , ^i^ May 15th. available to studcls it. finan-  t0,fCJlts' i     The 12 Pakrific Brewers* Wa-. cla\ n8cd with afqiattoiiis witl*    ���.���������   ���_   mr ^     v, ....������.  Tie  Pender  Ilarbour "Credit j rehousing -Ltd.  scho! irships of] the Rebekah or Odt fellowa. S&    sums ot $i5)-S100  to  students!   The Easter joy to evenr heart;  nipn awards $100 to the top    S400 each ate grant, rd to stu-: pication, submitted by May 1    in financial need.  These may I   Thou hast brought us  iU and  oy-going to vocational school    dents sclect*fd on ths basis ofj to the secretary of]any Oddfcl-    be I obtained  through   the   lie  ���ram  Pender  Harbour .Secon- , scholarship, I charactc r and! in-5 i0ws or Rebekah todgv. must   panWnt of Education  'aiiy Sehook       - '       tcrcst in school and communi-: be sponsored by ai) Oddfellows       ii)an fun(i; through the ��m  \e Royal' Canadian  Legion j - ly affairs. fJaat year Steve Ma-\ Rebekah or Encamfiment. iversitlcs ard also available toi  >rJvincM   Command i awards    kn of Elphbistone ��on- one; of ���     yy,   VBC    Chh*   Spcncer   &ttl^ ntehtm financial afj  cWoIarsWp*  m m  hauls  of   tbe  award*.  The*; ^choiar-i Foundati6n   Ejrtr4*   scholar-    ��l��t[- " '  -et)d.    and   participation   andU's"%ts are���ijpplicd t<\r through - i i  awards a $2501 scholarship m>  agriculture to the son or daughter of a member in' good|  standing for liree- years. Apply  fo the above address. '  III, addition   government bur-1  saries   arc    available   in   the!  glorified,' for we morta ts must  put on Immortality (1 Corinthians, 15 v 53) if death is to lose  it's sting, and the grjive it's  victory.  "Oh,   Saviour  Christ   (|o   ihoti  impart  light,  Brought us  hope and  bright.  And* the key to us has given j  promise  Ifeffcmcnt   ihl. i*ludM.t*'rSlsdH'-Dean Gage and m��|t be sul'-  io|oma*wty affatijs.' Pref^rcn/so   mitted by May I5tht  fe iyveil U> sons and daughlcrs  if  -.,, -j*  '..j\  -   ���*���- *,  ������*������-.  -   -t    L  .��    J*'4  '.'Va***  ."'  it" ���!  :-*,' ���'���  deceased, disabled 'or oilier  c erans, Applications I may be  Sjialned by wrft|tjg to.the ProV'^ij  ^UiK-^(^^ty,>Roy^X^r^si    "  Un LegidrL 1331 WesfTPeeder  itret, Vancouver 5; B.C," be-  IC flielcnd of June. 7  Tim Oirii-t Hpencerj Founda  jion   Awards  two*" scliolarshlps  if $500:; each; subject to renewal  ijsl' to a to&i of ti^e years  'election! i�� made onl *cholas*  ih ability, (&>'/, minimum>;  ai|rticipat(oo. in *fiport��,.*i*tudlni  OjvcmmcnC t*nff art4��v:, music,  jadcri-hip and moral *charac  tjr, '��� Appllcatlbn forms; avail  lie from Dean Walter. H  *4ge University * of Britial  *<flumbia,. should be returnee  Mure April 15th.  mce.  That unlocks the Gate  A scholarship of $100," granted by. tha Thcta <*hapter of  Phratcres,. is awarded -annually  to an .twt��f-towh woman in  financial nced.jMay 15th is ithe  appiieatioin ideadline and" forms  may  be  obtained from. Dean  tfcago. .       j,;  * Standard Ml Co., af B.Ci of*  fers a seholarsbip of #20<K>  ($500 ���a year for fou* year*sj) to  the eligible! appliesht 'obj^in-  uig iho highest stanlihg'in the  J; mo cxamis.  Mininum  stand*  , irij? considered IjJ 75 *t. -Student  most" apply by Jcttc t to bei re-  ccivted by. Dean Cige not la*  f/W/ffffff**^^  il  ter than June 1st,  " Armother Standard Oil of B.C.  gctooiarship of S^OCK* ($500! for  four years) is avaih ble only to  children or warda oj employees  or annuitantH of St indard', Oil,  or tor deccjaied e?H|>ldye<��'who  in the enploy 6r as  i'pie ' tNorman     MacKonzU  Alumhi   Scholarships | Of   ^30d  ha*" Available   in   each   iiK>vincia| died while  dipteral district ar��j! open to an annuitant of" thi company  rfuidenis with a mmlrottm *5# Applicatloin by leu rr_f,o Dean  average and, demand ithe same Gage must , be  su jnuitedi .by  |j|alificaUor��s   rand   tapplcaton Junel^t,     j                -   , ' f  procedufe as the Christ Spen- T^-Oiscliolarshipg   fcjr   first!  cer Foundation  awards!            - year forestry or fcresi eipgin-  r-Students,interested, in -jeach* ecring-at U.B.C, are ppei(i to  of Hea-  Doors  ipen 1 p.m.  *!  -i  ��r*  iPTItSO  To Be Held At  it  i  1*5  ROBEim|MKCOMMU^HAtl  APRIL 12th  Meeting Starts 2 p.rr  "ALL MEMBERS PLEASE ATTEND" ,-  MfaERSHIP MAY-BE REN|EWED AT MEETING  '��S  1  ���SI  -I  1  it  "5  x -  A  n. hi  1  '1  !  3  J  %  !*$  4  ii  Rev. Fergusson  Glorious  to 1st Easter I:  ���-   *��������--   ���"-'7      -       "  byr J.; B. Fergusson :  St.   Hilda's   Anglican   Church,.  7       Sechslt',      "      r  THE FIRST Easter parade  could probably bat considered  quite a flop. Th3 \fomen were  not wearing new hats, th��y did  not feel much IQce 7 rejoicing,  and these unhappy women were  fille^Fwith gloom oh thir, first  .Easter  Parad?. !  Their Master arid Leader had  been executed; He was* dsad.*  So vi-erd their hopes. \Their  greatest friend was. now gone.  It was- a pretty weary~proces-  sion asi the two Marys trudged  towards the torab.jjnstead of  an Easter Parade, in which  they wore new hats, they car*  - ried spices to annoint the tlead  body of;Jesus. . -���. j^_  bThdn! the7 sudden shock as  thsir/tiny parade arrived to see  the huge stone * rolled away.  from th3 mouth of the tomb,  .Jthe numbing sensation !when  they; saw the body of Jesus  was : gone,7 and ithe stunning  news from the angelic messenger at'rthe- tomb: 'fie seek.Je-  sus who was. crucified. He is  hot Here;"for1 He has! risen; as  He said!"*     v. b      !b  The jpace of that first Easter  Parade began to quicken than,  as the; women told the apostles  of the empty tomb, and the message. The first two msn to bear  the wdmen?s words raced to the  tomb in a burst of speed td see  for themselves. Imagine TheZ  con|usjed emotions as the dis- *"  ciplesj tried to understand whit  all this meant.'-7'  - Then Christ's first appearance to his. disciples quickened  their %uddsn joyful realization  'that jesus truly hall risen "from  the dbad.      f  He had. defeated death!  ! He !was triumphant!  What-a glorious~5nding to the  First j Easter Parade that had7  such a dismal beginning.^  Bruch speaks  April 1 and 2  HERB Bruch, S MLA, Esquimalt  ] and chairman' of the .council  of the BC ^Legislature. wiH  speak and show films of his recent, trip to th5 Far East en  April 1st at. Halfmoon Bay and  Apral 2nd at Egmont.  Mr. Bruch was lh2 BC delegate! to the Commonwealth  Parliamentary Conference at -  Kuala Lumpur, Slalaysia in  late; 1953.While in thc Far East  he toured 19 countries.   :���  , Hejwill present.a program of  unique films. Because of their  length hi will not be possible  to show air the films at each  showing, however by attending  both the meetings the public  will be able to ses the complete  program.  ' Mr, Bruch will be accompanied by Mrs. Isabel Dawson of  ^Powell River.  Mr.- Bruch will discuss the  Bank of British Columbia and  Social  Welfare  legislation.  Before leaving.the Peninsula  both Mr. Bruch and Mrs7 Dawson plan to visit southern; points  of the Skbokumghuk.;  X v:~-Z~" ~\l b ���By B. L Cope, President  THE SPCA "Sechelt Peninsula sub-branch is now pretty  -well finished with the oily* birds that have been .so  plentiful and express appreciation to the{ Sechelt and Gib!  sons Detachment of the RCMP for their kind help when  help was^so badly'needed.  ! It was a lot of territory for.  one person Jo cover. But the  real fieros of the battle are  Mr."; and Mrs. Leon Arthur,  1632 Seaview Avenue. Gibsons,  and -their son and daughter.  When   the   emsrgency   arose  they promptly buflt nice quarters for the  unfortunate  brds._  When* the" president of the SP  CA called I ta see them, he  found six birds each separately  housed iri".quarters about two  fest sqaare.Hrith a heavy sacking'curtain on the front. Each-  compariment was- boarded up  high enough from the floor so  the birds could not getfout.    j  The   son   was   busy   feeding  them en small herring. -   :    {  The 7 Arthurs had rescued 2i  birds of which thfge bad di-zd.  Th2 other 18 were,  when "ery  and ready ifar the Iwater agaiiu-  safely taken to Davis Bay and:  returned to their native vrater.  How different tta's treatment  was to the reports that were  received by the SPCA of the  poor cripplsd birds being stoned or kicked around Eke a foot- -  balL    -  ."      r j    \_. *   !  If any emergency liks this!  should ag��fn arise^^he SPCA =  ask that they be promptly no^~  titled, in fact all cases of cruelty to animals, which includes  birds ol all kinds, sfcoald be  promptly reported so that the  SPCA cas- carry .out the -arork  for which the Soeiet'ir was formed,    j       - i   I' -  It must be remembered .t*iat  _ many birds are what are kno-va  -as   protected   birds   iznder. *te  Migratory " Birds     Ccaverrnoa  Act and it is againit the  Us  for  anyone,  except  "��a>e  properly authorized", to idll - the ^t.  USE     TIMES     CLASSIFIES  C. E. SICOTTf  BULLDOZING SOtV|C��  Lead Oe*ring - Ex(a��f ring  f R���� ESTIMATES  -Phone 88*5-2357  GIBSONS |  PORT MELLOk andiSECH|LT  Telephone! Subscribers j  i;  ���  -*x.  ��� ���'���%*���- - !  "     " -   '��� ���  Between Gibsons, Pprt Mellon and Sechelt  -This week is.your last opportunity to fill in and mail  your ballot to decide whether or not there will be free calling  between Gibsons, Port Mellon anet Sechelt telephones, or  whether the present system of toH charges should be continued. * {      *        !    ' - -r        .   --_ b  Under this plan you would pay slightly higher'monthly  rates, but all charges oh calls between Gibsons, Port Mellotr  and Sechelt would be aboKshed.  The free-calling" plan would hot be introduced until late;  1965, but the necessary pfenning and engineering must be  started immediately. That is why your decision on what you  prefer mustj>e known now. b  i-.  BRtTlSh'COLL'MB/A\ "TELEPHONECOMPANY  s rPoje li The Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wed, Morcli 25, '64
ll*«l«l»r|i«rn £}> „»l. .<>(,.. i
' >
I   -ta • ' |
rYender Harbouri News]
Considerable damage jwas done
lo his car. The' bright side is
that Sid didn't gat hurt,     .,
-By Bunny Smi^h
There   has
befai some gas
t damage j in
sntly.   In   anr
ON MARCH Mh there was,a*meeting to see if there were stealing ar.d bo
enough irfterested boys to start'a Sea Scout group in the   rarbour  red
Pender Harblur.. With a nucleus oi seveji boys Peter area of this nature* to tamper
Bijafield isjwill to geti underlay ^ith Yfr t group jand -^ 1^%*J%£J£
.»  i
t t -AM
—juut Utoiwwlw^**
■>— -i-i _-ImJ_m^ Ja
they should bs i*n full swing thi<* fall.
At cnjssnl these is no- group
it>. ihe Harbsui . that will interest baj"3 or f rather young
men's in this age bracket. Peter
will ha doing a irsat service to
tha community an the forming.
te-d;r ag
They dan
the   camnunityi hall,   for, the
of the Sea Scou
him alt the sup; ort you can,
s. Pl&as'e give
From the P.TiA.
meeting of
e set! (4 to "7 yrs.J.
do with mare volunteer ladiels. They need "bits of
wool, cra;:het cotton arid ' ma.-
<irials donated. I Now" you know
what tb d:i with| those odds' a^id
ends. -P-lease contact Mrs. ',-KU-
■born or-Mrs. jRay Lee about
these   donntioils   of   materials
! j    New owner*
G&Y and lilae Winning j sit by the fireplace in the dining
room at 01e*s Cove.'1 ,       '
levlr owners cit QWi Cove
leaving, Ole forgot llo take his
recipe's >yithihim. Tiey plan to
carry oh! in the grar d tradition
! Ole was famous for.
Plans -for this spr ng include
a 100{ft.'Wharf and 1 oat rentals.
to be) made available for the
sumrrier trade.
March   17   cornel ihese   items.-        ; - ,,     fTLi.   «r£„ X.X*a
Howie  White of 1 Pender  Har- TVl^\f,2?'
hour   Secondary   dchool   spoke    *or b3lh l* gre{lt'
SIR,. GUY WINNING ffnd hvife
Mae have . purchased Ole's
Coj*e from Mr. Ole IjElmholt.
'Mae' and Guy have had much
previous experience jas- past-
owpers of th? Green Mill Cbffee
Shop in Vancouver. i*hey! are
phased   tp   announce j thatj:  on
very  ably on his]
Legislature- in
showed pictures
tiful capital city.
It seems- that
visit to the
ictoria. He
f  our  beau-
<■* young peo-
ayed by oiluk   soon-
te Fact l/s
—j-By Ray Nestman
TilE WIFE and'l opened a joint checking account last
I morith, but after last week's; episoite l.an, going to
stop this one right itiow. I was giving hsk* the gjunslahout
the check she jbad jsent the department
purchases she hadmade the previous \V
iKick marked insufficient funds. I told her that the^tqre
tiii szztt it back. To which, she     '—-=—' ^~
jellied, "Oh good", I "know! just" teacher.     I
what I can buy" with it".
The local Lions Ciuh are col
ierting eld eya glasse^ to j sent
tc Lndia. Many people |havc
js< veral pairs around jthe hausi-
4c r which they have jio further ^^ n
tie.   If-you   have aJ*y; P.l?a54 - nothin*.
ntact a member of the latins
teachers arei afraid
cipals,  and
pie, sponsored by the P.T-A^s,
were more-than a little shocker at the^-lack ef even ^common courtesy dist
grsat politicians] while !con^
ducting the - big! business of
running ou- Proviice.
It- would, bebn excellent
idaa if -.the members of our
Parliament in. all- branches
were to kircsw -wha.tj.kind of an
impression they hajd. mads on
these future voters and - poli-~
ticians. It may bei-much more
important^ than tljtey wish to
On April 24th tfi-bHte*1 School
Mr. and, Mi^—Frank Harding are mpving from Garden
Bay to Madeira Park. This
move iwill ;put!them closer to
.Mr. Harding's | work. He and
Mr. Clint Anderson are opening ii j store, at Madeira Park
.* Peftdsr 'Harbour lest one of
' its If^vcrite- qld timers last
week, i Nels Anderson sold his
hotnp ,at Madeira Park and has
moved elsewhere. We really
will miss Nels!
J: r       i    ■'
Ai .ifecent newcomer to the
Harbour Mrs. E. Harrison, mother 4f L. Kilborn, was .a patient,,'in SL j|Mary*s hospital
heirs-But has .'bean transfarred
i^°to put on it's- Afariety Shmv!
land the
bf the prin-
the prucipals are
scared of [the supsrrintendants
and the suparintejtdsnts are
afraid cf th^ schoa}
the school | [boards
of the parents, and
are scared1 <if the ki
date   merits!
ecial   attention.
your   very
It's   amaz-
. kids, -well,
they ain
>3ms to 'be
board, aQd
are afraid
Hie parents
ds, and the
t scared of
to Jdiej Lions Gate Hospital. She
,camej iierelj from Britania
Beliclj to 'be-! near hcr son.
Hejni's wishing you a spaedy
the amount I of excellent | recovery so that you may en-
t nun; yotrag\ people .have. I jQJ 0i,r" pleasant harbsur Mrs.
Come prepared to enjoy every j Harrison. ■ I
moment of this.   \ .'111!' !
f   .      - V .   ' INI ST. PAUL'S
DENTAL CLINIC :;     MrJj   and    Mrs.    R._ Mair'B
^.Tlje' School* Boaijd sponsored daughter, Kelly, is in St. Paul's
demlal clinic forv^rada 1 en- hospital. Kelly is just about
ableis a child to receive treat- due. to ccme Home,
ment at the reasonable rats ^.- ! \1
of  $4.00   per   chiid  per   visit-  ACCip^NT.
tatvthe last few -years 35,C0O
P^irs-^have basn gathered and       Tony Gargrave s
id|ptribut<sd. , It   would! be I nice    the favourite "sera
tq see tiie'people of the Fjemn-    of   most   9*atty   co
sljla add to°tiiis amount.' Mr*   winder if the coluijnnists have
j|hn   Toyrfb^e   pf   the   'Cozy    it in Jfor hj'm, cr.is it just that
says       "The      darndest
fcji^sins&s. Ioeatio>\ ss's \\a receiv-    thingk?'* I  am, of
1 that it is 11flatter.
ani? pomtiTf.lyoubdo ojot kno^,-
'.any Lions, in Secheit.]|Mr. iJohi*
M arvey,! atj tSibsons has -h[tadi s
ftlie. sahle loffer to tfee ptepl!-
ot Gibsons,    r    ^"    !    \
Well as
urinal for
ers   in7 "th
House;XAt c niey  G icsral Rob-
mrt all
IPS AND DClVvNS   .(,-' ert ^oansr! bointsd out that ithe
jit would seam   lik^ -parents .lawyers'.are
-fipend the first part of*a childi* same time
life  encouraging  hint to'"walkbniririal,.whuido you
^aiid talk. The rest ofj;his child-I enaugh urinals so y
aod they spend-in getting him ^jjats? The
«i sit down and shuti;upb .. fi iny relief
ift goes
tchin' post"
iimnists. -1
the opinion
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only jone
I'm  glad  rm  not  a  school
I love criticism,
as it is unqualified
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At, this meeting, the P.T.A. declared themsfilveis". willing to
underwrite this jesjrsnse for-
those unable tb handle it at
any  time.
"'It was, decided , to, drop the
Fish T>erby run by the JP-T.A,
Too much work for tdb few
people for too little*-returns-, in
short, lack, cf community support. Too bad. -        ,
The Vst Pender Harbour
Cubs are holding their Parantiib
Night on March 24. Presentations cf awards, earned vrm be
made. Be sure you turn/out to.
sse the young lads' /pride in
their awards,     i      / .
Something more/is cooking
in Jhe cubs. It is/time foi* their
annual bottle /cQlIecting.1 The
important d!ate ~s>e't for1 this
is April lst'T This! is their one
and onljb methoil of raising
funds./They are/ not allowed
to a^k, for-donations. Let us
hope.that the njcent drive by
Community} Club hasn't
faken the frastinjg off the cake
for 'the cubs.    J'
Ghosts of the!warm smell of
horses, the son creak of saddle-leather and] the merry jingle- of- spurs; Jiting around, the.
Legion Hall last Monday March ,
16. Thp young cow punchers, of
Sechelt, and'tha] young cow pun- ,
chers of Penden Harbour  got
together for. ja   social   square
dance night. Tfliase dances are
held in the hall every Monday
nighL The costj cf two,bits covers the; record*! iim* oquiptoent.
The _age_grou * covers the • up -
to IG year br; cl tet. Much ere-
goes to oui * wn Rose Miry
making tlese dances pos-
She deceives  an  A for__
id McDonnell, our well—1
Madeijra   "Park   jStore
even a matter cf life and
death. TK-ls is a very serious
matter. This R.C.M.P. are in-
vesigating. .    "J
Tbe Gun Club is holding a
Turkey shoot Sunday April S1.
Skunk on ice     r «
SOME concern'". was felt! recently at the-Capf. Tom Higgs
residence in Gibsons whsn one
of Tom's pet skunks failed to
report for his 8 a.m. breakfast.
An 'all-out" search and rescue
was organized to no avail* until
someone remembered a nOctur-
1 nal visit to "the deep freezlc for
ice-cream. Some debate had
-ensued over choice of flavors &
there had been some running
back and forth while a decision
was being made.
On lifting the lid, the 'little
squirt' was found cuddled into
a nsst of chewed-up freezer
wrappers, his nose to a crack
in tha rubber insulation. He was
somewhat frosty, but little
worse for his experience and
hungrily dispatched his break-
IVew citizens      ^
COLWELL—To  Mr.   and/Mrs.
W. Colwell of Gibson*4 a j-oh,
born March 17. X -
y^IiJohn Hind-Smith
Phone 886-2231
from 9 p.m. to 5:30 pjnl
Res. 886-9949
35 "vai^t'^oVer: ^mmmiimmmltF
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sewing c-l^ss
Fridays at\tli
there w*as a
Tuesdays and
noon hour,  in
SSSBJffia^a:^ 8-  ���"���C-g-   ?���<-'���-   L   a      *'^"|1 Vlllll-'          T.-      .-.   -  , ��� ,.�����_-���-  -^ - -   rY   p*-,-,**      *",      1        -���        -���  -        - *-'������'������    ���������   ~^*.    J�����....    ���-���   ���taB^MM^tafHk- "*������*  ������       /  -    --/  Elphinstone zone  z /  -.   / --  /  /  ROBERTS Creek? Branch 219 of the Royal Canadian Legion, we re hosts to the/six branches which compose  the Elphinstone Zone. or"bMarch 14. Zone Commander L.  A. Schon was in tiie chair assisted by Deputy Zone Commander G. C. (Curleyl* Lucken of Sechelt- Due tp the unavoidable obsence of the regular secretary of. the branch.  George Mortimer/R. F. Kennett of Gibsons acted in his  Stead.  54 members y^at down to a  tasty "luneff, ..prapared by the  always capable ladies, of the  Roberts Cjreek Branch. Guests  from Uie 'Provincial Council -  were Ron Haig, 2nl vice prcs-  idznt/ and David Hunter, 3rd  .vice president. - . _        -  ha   business    meeting * was  eld after lunch and many inat-  'ters of importance-wers discussed, such as more;help for veteran's widows, and that "each  -branch donate a perl capita ara-  .ount to ths Provincial Command fund, which"- will take  eare of emergencies; delegates  ^expenses   aid   youth   -training  plan. '-'..-  A join yotir Legion���ksep the  membership up movement to  make every veteran a member  of a" branch of U12 Royal Can-  adianrtSgion was discussed.  ^^JTca was served by the ladies after meeting.  David Hunter, Provincial  membership chairman advised  the meeting that the membership is the highest, but that we.  must follow the words of that  well known old song; **The  shades of night were falling  fast as through an Alpine village passed, a y&uth who bore  mid   snow   and   ice   a   banner  with the strange d3viee Exeel-  ��� -_-���-#-     -  sior.  The  Membership- Shield   for  the best membership for: 1*963  was won by the Vananda  Branch. Tha Sacfaeit Branch  was second.;  .Such meetings are held Quarterly; f  Antti Custaa :   ���~  Laasko ; -  ANTTI Custaa Laakso of Sec-  " rer7 Cove, BC passed away  March 17,-1964. He is sarviTsd  by two sons Yrjo of ^acret  Cove, Ahti "of Vancouver, one  grandson, Allan jof Sscret Cove  and two great grandchildrea.  Funeral service was held Thursday, March 13 at 2 p.m. from  Harvsy Funeral Ho me. Rev. M.-  Cameron. officiated. Int-rmeot  Seaview Cemetery. Harvey  Funeral Home. Gibsons, djc-  'ectors in charge of" arrange--  mehfs.      "7" _ .    "7    \-  - - .  lamesDilworth  JAMES Dilworth. late of Selma  Park, passed away in his ~ah,  year in Shaughnessy. Hospital?  after a short illness. Ha is sur*  vived by his wife, Eleanor. Selma Park, two sons in White  Rode and his sister. Mrs. J.  Heskin of Selma Park.    ;  Mr. - Dilworth and his wife  came from4.-.the Cloverdale dlsr  trict in 1931, to Selma Park.     -  Easier tajigs    |  lovely scekes    j  "Miss EL EL CkmpbeE    .   j  -��� Sr_   Jcfaa*s   United "Quird***- |  Wilson Creek f  MANY wonderful scenes come?  to mind as we think of tire He j  of Christ, but ths loveliest are!  those in which the,helpless and!  lest find inj HIra "la new kind!  cf life. Hope, peace, love and  a new beauty entired many a:  weary goal as they found them-;  selves "made whole** by One;  who said, "Go in: peace."      f-  Lif3 became^ haSed- on trust!  in the love and: care of a heav|  enly Father Who 'had beccne  very real to them in Jesus. But  all this - seamed mockery that  day when, they saw Jess spit  upon, reviled and scoffsd -at,  as He hung seemihgly hstplass  cn the cross.        !. f  Doubts and. fears began to  take the place of trust- Was  this God's Son 'after aiL if so*  where was God that H& weald  allow this? Three days later  the singing of "He is risen! 1  by" thosz who saw the empty  tcmb and heard Ws **All Hailt  kft no doubt but that 7thi  Jesus hath God- raised ira.^ and  declared, to be the Son of God .  with, power by the resurrection  from the dsad." [ ' f  Xew  they. kn3*i* that  those -"  Qualities cf truth.-goodness and *  love which Jesasj lived in HIs  own life and taught, caught oe=_  ver be  stampsd icut by false- -  hood, evil and hate; and that,  that new life which had begun  for them by. His forgiving love.  would never die j but take" di  greater meaning with Him wno  said, "Because I ] live, ye ihali  live alsa."        - -j - f-  Ever:-since thai 'first Easter.  Qiristlans have I witnessed to  the Pre��2nc2- and Power in  their. Eves of aj living; Christ  .Win* enables them to become  more than "conquerors in., every  sJtuaiioa cf life, j i  The Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wed., M<srch 25, '64 Page 13  -"'"  ���     '���     ���"���     _.       -1'"**     ���hi������--- ii      i-    ���������ni       ���   n ����������� ���-n..i-.i-y��������  .i.-n-i.  At Sechelt Alleys . �� . ':'- , - [  Four in final j^laYoft   f  of players festival.'/' 4  by Eve Moserip! - V  RED RGBESSOK. Archie Scott, Dave Pkkard s��d Jack"  Jonas advanced to the final playoU of the placers festival and win have an oppocainity to win a trip to the  World's Fair and Bermuda. The final roll-off \fill7 be. in  . Vancouver ifa*r-23.        .       \���-* f���;   Ladies;    Lola! Caldwell    65S    tzn 522.;D<x* C:M-**I: ST7.  Eo-  (267). Mxv Walker 713 (3127  Lil ^-McC^irt ^i. ?- If^bzl Ifc-  Dsmiid 2SS. Bsv. Szlszn 256..  Pendzr: MurieT Czmerca 613  (252), Brenda Scottiar 2T0. Albeit SttsiUr 611. Bil C2.E.25C3.  C6. Rilzn Ecwar&=. ���22. Siti  T*i3nl>sa- 2��h ;Ci.ri Rzlvzz  602. durlie^Hiuki  ��3.    .      -  PeainsuIiE Cctrnserrijir R;d  Rcbf5s_cs 712b(s2T9j. Tzd Kar-  tefc 633 (27S>." Brc=irr WIL:^i  61S <2S3}, Audrs?y! Berrsr 2S3-  Fr*cd Rittir 237. A=dy Larue  722. Orv  Msscrip 2S1.  .-Shorts Clab: Lawrsars Cr^-  .cil 751 "(234). Ray Xels^ 744  i SSI, Harriet D offy-�� 62��* -(2S1}.  Bali ard Char*: Charlie Sflt-  Uestesit 646^ ^on Orchard 60S".  R-gstr Enfcs:i ���32: Ted Jrw  510. !Rid-R;fcisD3 614.  Lzdies H^tktiei Hazel Skyt-  te   723   (273-2S5). 1 ,-        "    '        ;  High Sch2cl: So&an Read 37  (2CS)..Ari2^3 Jah^.-3n SC2 (225):  J^ck Gczsza 455 (512-243 i. Alzx  Skytte S75 (201 J. i     -  Pez Wees: Barbara Jasgsr  3C4 (164*. Gary? Lawson 330  (225"i- Striks Tcis were wia-  crrs cf the 2nd half (B=fcby  X?!��c^, Crt. Rita Ck.o. ifirsha.  Gibbers.  Grag Xelsan.!--  TEN PINS  Jehu  S-Irlk SSS  C22S1.  Fred  Mr_Radc3!I J2T.  Eire*,   Page  510:^     I  Herbert Harlow  HERBERT K_rta*- if IIcrA.ns  Laad3g. BC pa^ed a* ay  March B. 15*5?. H.�� fe. *urvued  by his wiiz. Roso. cr*- sea lohn  oi Vaijcou%er. cti:- 4iu^it��r  Frada Malien. Hopk-nj, .hand- -  irg. sixisraadrh^rr.fi. *rd 'two  sisters la Eigla.id %?A cos -ia  Australia. FuestjI 5-t-r\s�� *,��a$  hefci S^ixrday. iUr';; JI from  thi Osspez of Vance*'-er Crcsv  -atoriust Rev. D   fjzr.^di>yrt c4-  ndzizil Harvry F^rs-rsi Ko'V.e, -  directoEs, in charge-ijf srraas��- '  . xaerzLs. t . --  Socikl notes  ALBERT   Lynn   ha*   left   for  Priaitcn, where he   w-.IL be-'z.  mzzt departmert   nsarager fur  the Ovtrrwaites" S:o^.s  Mr. ird Mrs. Bes Lans -left  by air for a hciiiay -s tie ��ar-  ribeart.  Mrs. I EL Lopatsrikt of Selma  Park is toae to her cottage f x-  the suitmsr. after sp^idstg the _  winter 'rnonths \Lb:i-Jtzi in Ofcis- -  agan. land   the   CrJted   S!at��-  "Sfrs.   Sherriff-" u-sli - b^: joining.  "her after the Easter 'haSdtys.  <��� '.' ,S��  !-;  FOR HOME  BIPRO\TEME^^rs  t .:  i..  f  *.x-  PICK UP AN ENTRY COUPON FROM YOUR MONAMEL DEAL  Want a new kitchen, bathroom, red  r&csn." rajf, paao or garage? ThtJ  couki be^ydur big opportunity teFmrt  improv��nents to; the value of $I0CK}!  Enter now*-���and'jenier as often as vex*  wisM Here's hendz buy Motuir.el Painr,  in qoarts or gallciis; asfcv-our Monamel  dealer for an entry coajKin*: fillin the  coupon and mat! with the Monamel  ~fahel (or name !f!rora the label cr x  reasonable facsimile). There's a f 1000  prize for resident^ of this province only  ���so start painting with. Monamel mrsr.  -Entries dose June IS. .   " ;  Youfreiust one otn'ckiBat aaray fosa t  beantifal new* room when yotr paint*  with MONAMEL FLAT LATEX  INTERIOR WALL. PAINT, f  Brushes or rolls on qmcHyandsmootis-.  Iy.;Leaves no lap marks. Drks in 3d  minutes to" a beautifuLYlat finish. Lets  yoa wadi away fingerprint<T stRu%��  and crayon withoi1*-. repaistrr^.. :|So  odor. Won't fide, chip oc peeLTio tStrt,  just add water. Wben tfi Job** ddoc,  *wash tools under the tap. Cduti jgiy-  _ thing be easier���orlstnarter?    {    '  Your MoExmel desler cm shage* ycu;  hundreds of dramatic color cofibtna-  xions in the exciting 5t<fi*5mef K3olor-  mates  Guide.   *."��'itli  his  Mctu=��(ic~  machine, he can mis any of 1124 colors  in flat, senn"-g(c<s or gloss finishes-. v-faSe  yottwaiir   '   1 ;--  *  P  Tfere's" a Miainne! paint for  every fob. inside? cr outside ycur.  fosse, ft may act more than S3- *  called *bargain^paujt-but it hsi&  up ta yd% tonga-. Y^i csi't h*if -  betta: paint thaa J��ionarnd.  - x -  ^��a '.   �����*   *��� ���  iXJ - ' ������  . !���  |>JIW_>M_HM  ���r*a  Buy; Monamel paint wherever you, see thh :sigu ,_  It's tbe best.step in the brigBi'clirecticm ? ���      - ~  MADE BY GENHL-U- PAINT CORPOR\TION OF CA>S_DA LLUITED  r.  <,  ��  r  <  ��.  * ,  *���.  <  *?  *  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone SSG-7765  SKWWWHHI  : . .    -   ��� '       t ���   - _ i '.--.*��  "---'-.-' ;-    " i- -      ��� ;    "   - * ! ".-<*.. ftige 14 The Sechelt Peninsh.la-Tin.es, Wed., Majrch 25/ '64  V &��*"&��*  ~     -3��4*-*-~i?^*C. e--*-***"  "*':���-%ri'---r^  ���to-  Nick Carter  i.     ��t  J     *     *  1.  .**       -  ��    <v i. ������*���   .*      ���-     ***J -j, -    w     . ,  * ���*.���*/    wi.*' -    ** *-  ; .   .  }       -,-/ \\   -  <*   *.! -* .*�� **        /   "  <% *.'.'*">  1 V  ��*~  '    -*    *****^.*-:.  .-��,���*..   .%.���.**>'  *j.  - * **  1  T- -A  \,  .**  i      ,    .'   j**      "'"S.-      eb    -���>   - "���* *   *��  Ijr" ������" ��� *��     *..!'" A -^t   V.    .*-,f��  ���; V  3ANAMA is reputedly the gathering ploce for the world's turned    to    weither's    darl  most .colourful characters.  "f-Jicfk Cdrt,er, after nearly brown.   Rain   dhps   .througl  three-qu^ers&fp century of lif^nd aft,r ^ellingto the^Jeck,  wh��* * ibe^j,  nearly ev^ry p^.ntjon a world mpp^pi.uses mdefint^ yat this or ton�� Bu,  tJI ��ast riift  Jm-tfernatidndl crossroad- Like r^irjiy{;ptjiers Or hiskind,, he skyward -still \wflling, as th  is not certain jwhere he is goingjp  spit and cabin Has long bee:  a* is not alixidus about    rest  of her?!  oaris,  to e  .'Tl  WL^^fdreig^  had  observed  heard drif  Panama ������ ffart IV  PORTRAIT f3F ^.PAIR" ��� Tr|ey'vvere bdtW bom before ted through myl mind as th ���  the arrival cif the 20th Century: One was Reared in dinghy rowel Jeavily acros  and,'grew^o be a mbn. The other was fashion- ��* eb��^ ^nLtllf.'ifn,<?ll  . . !���       -I.. Ji    ^t-r     - 'i .      ^ oro'l   yachts   anf   toward   th  shipyard, ond became a NorthSeiji pilot cutter. dar!. fwl] iii��i ��as my target  f^ew Zealand  eel in a British  After their prime jjsnd follow- ���;"^"."7'*:"'-7"* **-"*": 1~"     The late-afteb-ndoh sun paint  ing more adventures than the southerri     entrance     to     the    ed ihe sky p nk and silhodel  average;, mind   caV   imagine,, PaShama! Canal.   She has been    ted  the   trojical   hill  behkni|l  these   t\vo   ch]arac|eirs   united, thkrpz f6r  more, than   a   year -the  old   ship]   The. boat  wa  ie Jshade of ap  crossedftRe^ Ajtlantic!;"to; Pana-   ;h0U; j^fting .at|;.h|r  mot>Tirig    already   in  t...      _.   _  ma   and: there7 paused hftore    ag {jhe ^paPific trdes fluxuate.    broaching nitht   It was onlj-  embarking,   into   jthe    South        !wM,fc0-n��*rhL *i�� th* m**-    aliv? !because   of   the   fai  chieg: nearby is the mag-  ligh|t that issued through, ti  its   black shapi  %ci{!!fC-.     ,     1      .jj.,, , nificent span oT Thatcher Bri  ^Onte they had attempted to dg^e shining silvur'-in the tro- -portholes  of  make.  the-, crbssiri^i into   the pical sup.' To the east are the-       NfcH  Ipart^r |s*tood   in   t  southferh!.IatiluteSbto--reaclv scares  <if  yachts  all   painted  JSEew Zealand,, butr|th!e attempt anci prijn> that   >elong to the  had   been   unsuccessful.   The m<Wbetk     cf     the     Balboa  -..wind was uhco-operati^e and ydcht Qlub. But the vouth of  the   sijip   was   tired.   For   93     the bridge  and  mai i   cabin  Mo.-  days   they   drifted   aimlessly the yachts, for ail their new-  in   the   equatona|   doldrums ne^s  and fanciness>i does  n0t  trying to^inch th^r way into djjute clr. muffle ''thfe strength  Ihe southern grades.        - that   enianates.   rorn ��� the  old  TA .-rudder7 pin;I broke   and vessel.. She is a bartered and  ntadar   steerage -b,l   the.   ship ahulsed   old    hulk j that    has  riearl-?   impossible!:   The   sails overcome    the    best    of    the  were;worn and ipjtteti and of- seals  outbursts  and   tolerated  tin when there-was'an-oppor- -the   wear   of    over   seventy  jjitOnity to-gaiii a leHv miles the y^ars of weathe:���: A.nd for all.  ft^gil^'ca'Wfja^ wHuld rip'and orj maybe because pf all, she  Hftve" to!;be' taken   down..'  It ca|r|rie3  herself  witp   a   pride  *.*-;;/.^.-j :S1  ������.*?���&>  7-V,'T.''r.-.'  "   l.�� .*.������-���  ���j*?'.'.'1.  ?����' " ���  i .*�����;." !  rajis.*>/  ;���*���*���',.*.-.';��� i  was  even  tco  wiiim   to bear  the  needle   und  |hread. ,Pat  cHes jhad, td -. bei glued/int  . place  tdfe/cove'r-- the wound.  ' j   TDiscre^tiori, turned the ship  .*f~\ back -tcjr  Panama!:   and-   w^th  the youth of  ar*d a confidence that can  only be possessed, by those  yih'o have accumulated wisdom^  The   stem   is   straight   and|  the!   rudder   ha: lgs   'from   thef1  the'cuifrerit'jin that^direcj'ion trair-som,: shiftir g. as if rest-  and r>ersevjerencie.. aplehtly, _ less - Or maybe moving with  they - returned ***the72,opO ipain- the| ship's undulation like an  f^l mites to-Jhe pprt they had old man who might rythrhi-  sO long ago 'left. jlWithrepairs cally move a rheumatic limb  and newer sails7t!hey await'a to keep it frpm stiffening and  better day when!; opportunity becoming useleis. The planks  i& ripe to cpmplete. the pas- - of jher hull bear thb scirsvof  sage tp his homeland.,     ��� her    many    ad /ensures.    Her  ?The  Matuka/Moaoa^is  the    gunwales  are    oosfe and  hOr  black,   40'   (hitter   that  (rests    shrouds and stiys iare rusted\  na.  rhe  jqettihg there. We-jsay&,l however, thbt some corisidjeratiort is morp of life.-Thte gaff maih+  leing given tt settling down biajn and rtfrfnj another ^1^>e yfc��d|  jfamily. '.      "*-j-   !; .    -^    j i j confidently] benAth the  to;  moslt- withl its square sail i*i  ��� i   ���!. . i  ��� ���*���' waiting the  rompand to bit  low! before the running bree*  -I Isaw and knew thse thint^  ������. ]������T-i���.������ .��� ������  i ���-t���-;     about the Mituila Moana be-  ���TroyeJ feature ty Ray Grigg    fore) I had eieri Inet her mas  A X  it/ ter.j  This   inifornjation   that  of|. the rMatu  only  light  car  from a kerosene lamb that  htoig beneath the broken skylight,     x 'x  He was ai small man, short  -and lightly! constructed. But  he!was simjious and muscled,  tutjned dark brown like the  shi|p!s varnish t from sun and  rain and atonn. His bicepts  "and tricept[s flexed like an  athlete's with every move.  Veins and jendohs bulged his  coarse hide iland the lone lamp  them. He (was nearly naked  shadowed them and accented  except for ^a white satin garment 'abooi his middle. The  apparel looked almost humourous because! it -seemed fe-  "minlne and so! much in con-l  Crast with fjhe rest of the figure.; -  His -head   \yas   tipped   forward  and  his  eyes  squinted  .upp.iat.me  from  behind  rim-  jlessj   glasses    stuck    together!  witlji gpbs ot. sodder and piec-:  j.fes of  tapej  Several  days  of  peard   sil ve red   his   face   and!  ' rnade , it    seem    even    mors;  feoarse than! the wrinkles atji!  :    crevasses suggested. Prom hi:  straight mouth hung, limply ��  hand-rolled cigarette, one enc.  black'arid charred from a one      -...  timfe fire and the other stain^   (the  ed and wvt with saliva. His  lead ^vas bald except for sev-  tral lone strands 'that stood  erect and shone iri the kerosene i light and a,! fringe of  whifej that circumnavigated  half his' head just-above his  ; iars and made him:very much  t  -esemble Ghandi.   ���  At first he seerh^d nervous.  His /'voice was terse' and sharp  is if impatient. But I.learned  lha|T he always spoke that  way and that the* nervousness  was merely mistaken for the  hyperactivity he had always  be|m accustomed to. In fa��t,  diiring the months that followed I learned many things  about this old and colorful  gentleman and experienced a  |realm cf adventure that only  he and the Matiiku Moana  could  have provided.  "Life in the tropics is traditionally casual and the old  black ship made no effort to  oppose the ttend.' One might  i\ say that she jso perfectly Iie  monized with this languijdbatmosphere that her prop&fisity  must haveL-i>seB. natural and  basic."7*" .        ;     /  This conclusion i is' certainly  born Out by the >tales of! her  fxistartce in the Caribbean Islands. 'Tangier.** and the porta  of' Britain, , ���   - I  Wherever she rested !.she  demonstrated the same Idis*  position: to live in the Trios'; .  sHnpl*/and basic way that the  environment would permit.  In. Panama, this] produced a  cojorful extremity. Once, of  course, one became accustomed to this manneAof eating,  sleeping and, in general,!sub-  sisting, it was riot that striking. But to see this-existence  iri any sort of perspective immediately labelled it as being  unusual.    -.:':' !   ,  (Most     domestic   i activiUes  wiere carried on behiw decks  in   the   dark   interior   of   the  Matuku Moana. The after-ca-  bid- was  formally  the  galley  but the .stove was never Used  except as a place upon which  tp   set   cooling pots.   Neither  was the sink  used while thc  attached water pymp was usually overijpoked in favour of  simply ptfBring from the five  gallon containers that used to  pack   theJresh- water   from  shore to ��?up.    1  7 Afccompanying^   these    unused:  facilities   in   the   after-  cabiA  were  two bunks piled  high! i with ^ old,  sails. . rope,  boxes "jand miscellaneous valuables like a pair.of 15 inch  shark jaws complete with razor-sharp td&th, '-'patching  canvas  and jtpe  threcf.foot  long  snout  of a sawfish.  Mounted  awkwardly   in   the  centre  of  this cabin  was the. old  Ford  Model B auxhillary.  The engine   was   operated   only   in  emergency     situations     since  due  to  ineffective  cooling,   it  apparently heatpd to a glowing  red   and   precipitated   i*s  own emergency.  7 According .to Nick thi^ was  a, slightly   exaggerates   description of its colour but  he  did  contend  that  it ran  best  at  abnormally  high  temperatures. At"-anyj"&te, .the engine  did serve well as a mount for  portz-irjle   kerosene   "Pri-  " ���see page IS  A Complete Servitse^ Five Seaplanes To Serve Foi  INCLUDINGnrHF ��IG"t!USK*t7 CAPABLE OF  ARRViNG SEVEN PASSENGERS OR  N    11700 LBS. OF CARGO/  telephone Call to our sechelt offi  neair^thehrehannel  buoys at the      iThe   varnish  ml bring' a  k  7"  <k  modern  ra^io equip-ped aircraft tp -you  |.'7    b        ait once.  tip ivfodern   *- (jt) Tyee  PVmnB SefMU8SS'22M& SSS-2215  OFFICE  \H THE LOBBY OF SEGHELT BUS DEPOT aB��J3  v���:  MORE ABOUT . . .  Views Foreign  from page 14���r  tnus" stove that was the ship's "  sole cooking instrument. During | adverse   climatic kcbndit-.  ~ions it was best situated here  but1 at other times it was best-  located in the cockpit where,  during   its   period   of. being  heat   primed,    the    billowing  clouds     of     black     kerosene  smoke  could  escape  into  the .-  open-sky. -  The main cabin, located be-:  neath the broken glass of the "  skylight,   also   possessed   two  bunks.    These- -were    always  ctdar since Nick slept on the -  stdrboard  one  and  the other  . v*4s sat upon while eating at  the. table.-But'the- table "could  no|t  boast the same  neatness.  Within the confines of its "vi-  tels   rails"   and   pushed  fore-,  wjird)   against   the   .bulkhead  was J always   a   collection   of  " extraneous  items.  The  r oyster    and    coconut  si ell  ashtrays  were  probably  in .place   but   there   should  have   been   another ' location  f<ir  the, camera  corroded  be-v-  ybnd recovery by the salt air,  the   jar- filled   with _ assorted  nuts and bolts, the variety of  primitive hand  tools  (the  ta-.  bjlo   sometime'-   and   unnecessarily served as a Work bench),- the several  pairs  of  reconstructed    reading     glasses  and the pre.-World War 1 bin-  cjcu'.ars. Since thc dining-tab-  ip doubled as a cliart table it  was proper to have the related material nearby.  | Above -the .post** was   the  chart rack, a skeleton of, ma-  " hogany   bearing- evidence - of  t,he recent and future travels  'of   the   Matuku   Moana.   The  '  '   wooden    na. igation    dividers.  were piled on the-table with"-  > the   collection   there.   In   the*  '   lockers   besides   Nick's   bunk *  there resided a foot-high pile.  E' f - other - charts * belonging ".to  he   master   and   attesting   to  his life of travel. Accompanying these were stacks of *Sfat-  ,   jional   Geographies   portically  eaten   by  cockroaches,   china-  ���5      ware and canisters filled with  flour, coffee and "brown sugar. -  -   j   It had obviously been some  time since the sugar container  had  been completely'.emptied  because  the  contents  at   the -  bottom  had  turned  to  liquid  The SecheJf- Peninsula Times, Wed., March 25, '64 fo��e 15  Portx Mellon Ne\ys  -f-By Linda Moore  AT THE March" executive meeting "of the Port Mellon  Community .Association $30. was ieied to assist in  starting up a Girl Guide Group in Port Mellon. The group  Iwill start in April under the leadership jof Mrs. "*V.?Ffeck-  jfaart and Mrs. B.Lrttlejohn.  ������*������������-f���*   .BADMINTON   TOURNAMENT  l)X%l  Hotshot?  THE Al Ferris group provided the music for jthe Ball.  -      --  - A badminton tournament was  held in the Port Mellofi Com-  munfty Hall era Tuesday eventing, March, IT. Boys and girls  from Hopkins came t�� compete  "against the Port M'eiioa chiH:  ren-  ,    Approximately"*?"} persons in-  : eluding  cfaHdnm.  parents,   and  visitors attended the event. Tec*  . different   games   were  "played*  with 40 children,  between the  - ages of 5-and 15 years partk-  : ipagng.  All participants played eq*a-  . ally well. Refreshments were  '- dooziod and ser*. ed fay the nar-  I csb. ���.'-'.  | films'  I At 8 p.m*. Friday, April IT.  j in the Port Mellon :Community  1 Hall Mr. P. M. Worts will show  I slidss and give a u!k,-cm Hong  | Kong. r  ��-..��.- , '   SWIM   INSTRUCTOR  Fashion Show . *     The Port  Mellon Community  HARRIET* (Harry)  Smith models  the  latest evening! Association! will wekome ipph  gOWn I ^ma&,mn*m*m*K*\m000jk*00&0i0m00********  cations forjtfas7 position "hi ii'.m  instructor &trt play ground supervisor for the"Sont-hs of July *"  and August.   ;"   ; . ���  VISt^ORsi       .=.","  %lk? Bob   Bridge,   of   PovacI  Riyer.   ant   Mr.  Jack! Br.dce,  of VancaAer, were recent \ts-  itors    at jthe   Stewart    fcocit;. *  Mrs. Stewart is their *mcr.     *.  Sam Fletcfcer. kKjg'firfne m$*  K?i*nt of Pest MslJcsn, wise ha*  not left the JPeskssUla for thc  last three-: years has cbne on a  ..six wcefci trip .. np ��� U��r coast. .  Good sztthizX'Sim^  ' ���      I       .  Lacks J quorum  OKLY oaa elector tun-^1 r-'A  lor th**,tooe 4 (Pexder Harbour) tfcspstal 'lrapr��*t*����i'  District innuai" n*ectis��, HID  chairman! J. Parker ar4 v*c-  retary-tnasarrr F. Wi*** -*fe  - usable td submit tecar repo-ta  since there was no q-aorjrn,  and of coarse,, no truttci ccuid  be ekeftad.  <;<  m  ���<���;  '���***"�����,"  i{i  <%&&  l-i  i.i  '" -Pvil  >Jfc'S* *>���  ii  v:*'"*&  ."vAtii  X  *  :">"$8  *��� -i"   i "���** ���  >J  '5tf��  l  �����>*f'��i  ���gWIWM^Ml^MMM^MMWUMy-^^^rfWfcft^Pllil^^  r -  bottom  had  turned  to  liquid. ttT*TI  fc.'-T.ftoXl^fS Gibsons VFEi  -**np,e��'���m'   ���  -'daace'- '"*"'  Volunteer Beatles { b  GIBSONS own Beatles:Tromleft-Bill Feen4"j Ken Cros--  by, Fred Holland and Harry Smith.      X , |  EASTEE SMOEGASBSEB  "���--.' bsl     -"  *t      -      -   j'  .   Danny's Binlug Hcom  DOI^TklSS OUT ON {OYSTERS  FROM PENDER HARBOUR f  MAKE YOUR RESEJWATIONS EARLYf   j  ~ . "easotts 886-d9ii&b.. '-J |"  "SUPPORT THE EASTEIt SEAL CAMPAIGN*  7 -. j '     . - .'.   * ,  wwwwwwwuwwwmm'n ������i������ �� Hominy  ~" '    '      " ���������MUlLJIl  sample v.    ', Thc foreward oabin " was x  "probably the least cluttered.  place on the ship.. There was GIBSONS ** voiuntser fireraen  nothing on the remaining two heId their annual bail Satur-  Ibunks except a large - auffle^., March 21 at the school h3ll  bag and the bulkheads were .f ^5^,5 7The haU was dec-  clear except.for a wooden wa-    ia  < <-���*-*��  . �� t*. **-   ainltitnAtr   /M"\  iterflask and a few* volumes on  , Maori and^ Polenesian ctis;-  I toms, history, language and  I literature that filled- a book-  , shelf. -  i '���   The   nautical - was. located  I foreward of the foreward ca-.  bin through a door-that ne\'er  I seemed to* fit its. frame. Sev-  i cral times the door had been  ! trimmed to fit but.wjthin sev-.  I eral  days  an adjustment oc���  1 curred   somewhere -to   re-in-  1 state   the   previous   pradica-  1 menf. The nautical itself did  not function perfectly.  -   By operating the rusty handle   to   activate   the!   leaking  pump, it was possible* to "man-  .-  ag^a floshl.But since the intake was japiiried.-or clogged  or  something  it .was  necess-  "   * * a~    ��l.a    KnW  ��y To" add "water to the bowl ��� ZL  in  order  to   manage  another  or to endow  the  contrivance  with   the  very  necessary   reservoir of water at the  bottom of the b��wL  -   It  should  be  added  that a  small  pond  of  water  at  the  bottdm  of .the  device  before  use  was emphatically  recommended.     For    this    purpose  and   that  pf  flushing,  a   pan  was  provided.  Special attention had to be paid-to this pail  for if it and the bowl should  be empty at the same time an  awkward return trip the length  of the vessel was necessitated since water could only  be 'reached over the stern of  the   ship.   Most  users  of toe  hatitical were co-operative  in -  this respect so rarely did anyone  find  themselves confron-  "ted with such an.cniergency  ^ituation. _^ -_'_ - ���    ���-  orated, in the theme of Smokey*1  Stover. r   :",-.f .--. "-  A*-, large ��rowd" attiaded to  dance to the tunes cf Al Ferris and his Hotshot orchestra.  Highlights of the evening were  the Smofcey Stover Revue and  the  guest" performers. -'.'���-���'- ������  Starting- the show was the  Famiango Dance by the makeup team of- girls from Roberts  ;Cree_*nd Gibsons. This is thriir  .second performance * and. they  diH a wonderful job to the time  of "Lady in-Spain."  . . Next came the. fashion show  - by 4fae iiremea wWdi brraight  - out--ctieatio(B:--tbata -even tjiar  never * cpiEidered.V The little7  firemen'r.bnHjght7. down the  house; with their.-dance .and tot-  -filALAWHANA  . Selma Park  -���-' ,'.".'��.. ,-r~ "-  CO��*tmiTE FAMILY AND  PARTY MEALS TO GC-  ChSl Co- Ccrae      ".  tlOlMII SpQfJBCttt  Phone ^883-2270 T  b rop��N ;-      b  \Q eja. to 1 tua.  -  Closed Tuesday  m  :N  '$!  4 


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