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The Sechelt Peninsula Times May 20, 1964

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 P.f��**Mt- *\:  8  Authorized  cs .facfcfjd c'css  rntzd    by    the'jpojrf C^ce  j   De��4^?m<nf,}0!J;3i��C-  Vc��-3ne 1, Nc  Serving the Sunshine Coast. (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including PcrtMeUco, Hopkins Lending, Grantfrcm's Lending, Gibsons, Rcfce��s Creek,  Wilson Creek, Selma Pork, Sechelt, Holfmoon B��yr Secret Gove, Pender Horbcur, Madeira Pork, Kletndcfe, Irvine's Lending, Bad Cowef Egmcnt. ��t WEDNESDAY. JWAY 20, |9**!   10c  "- -- * ��� * ��� _---__ .._        .        _       J        -������!������ ��� II     *j .,       |1||.        ,||. _  At Gibsons . * .  Survey repeals water  '. " N:" ���"' *       - \ x '   :    '��� t. i!    "  near existing source  SUGGESTIONS BY consulting engineers J. J.Zf)i jton of  Vancouver that drilling* be carried "out: to; a: dertaln  possibilities of hew wails, was agreed .to by trie pibsons.  municipal council last week.*  .The coinpasy has bees car- vision J that garage i o|dd be'  rying-ffiirl a survey in the area removed"*if the heqae" 4as mt.  ot the ekisting Gibsoas  eater    coatsnieted within af g*r>i*n per-  -I-It      '   *   '  cBMrge  i f  supply and has located . two  promising sources of supply  which it is-felt could: solve the  water problem of the district.  -Cost of initial drilling S ezC-  pectedj ta cost Approximately  51,500 reaching*; :_a total of  $4.0���Q for two additional wells  should an adequate supply of  water be located-  Counciflor Fladager c o m-  mented that the job bas-to be  done "even sfesuld it cost SI0--  OCO and suggested the firm of  J. J. Dayton be advised to ob-- Andrew Johnston -wfw-a she - attain   estimates   from   ccatract-    pearsdjia court SatardsS-. May  16. -t      .     * *f   Ji'   '  Tbe* charge arossf d��i of is  after collision; \  CHARGED with drfrirff a*- nnjh-  tar vehicle whibj taxability  to drive was impaired tby alcohol* Freddy Mauftc^-fLee, of  Port Me,*lon. BC entpretf a pis*  ;uiliy- before) Magistrate  ors.  GARAGE, NO HOUSE  Amid the provisions ~ 7 _  -ALTHOUGH ALMOST obscured by provisions/the ex>   races new charge  lentof damage to the-freight truck is v^. apparent.   a/fer dismissal  The dnver who_was either thrown out or pumped out,  died Jater from extensive Injuries. f  Application for:a permit for   fcc^^f ^^tf.^  the SoostructkMi of     a garage    ����* cf ���ra��U>-ms I*c��?c Hitt.  -     .  \  Multiple injuries V Y.  f  ifilltf  .DISMISSAL of charges of brea-.  king-1 and entering with- intent.*7 against an. year old  youth. May 8th by Magistrals  A. Jphestan, failed. U> det#r  Cameron James Billy of Se-  cbalt,: who fared a similar  charge two days later.      -   |  Biily ahd another ycuth. 21  yaar pkt Richard Baptista were  arrested and charged following the break-in of a fish hoat.  Amohg article* stolen were it--  SEYjERE INJO^XES took the life Friday of a Vancou- S^S^rfSidiciS:  ���jrer truck;drh&rv Ari&u^Linkaater,mxfollowing a ^j br��k-fo cecon-ed oa the  severe accidejnt nebrHalfmoon- Bay on "tbe Sunshine night cf May  to-ii-and the  highway,* north of Sfcchelt, at ^10:307 p.mL  Thursday, two accused appeared before  on a lot, raised" some discus  sion when it was pointed out  by municipal derfc Jules Main-  hil that there wan, as" yet. t��  house on the lot  *hen tfce car drivea bfidefead-  aat Lee was in cOiliaki wiQ*  a parked vchicie.--Evafettce_"dis-  eiesid 1 that .the -JUts-; | vehicle -  crossed the cesire �� Uses-of the  Chairman A. Ritchie  agreed nad ltd struck thf pitted ^  it was-a* sound idea to construct tick. --Whea . police yrrtpred <*J*-  a garage which ecuM be ased fecd^i   **t* ' ��adf����t*te<"  W  for stDrage'pxtjvldiag a house move, his car ^sids^syil ptf tb* *  was to be erected bat did oot road ly ntrahs ot 4-pmk under  think ii was wise*to grant such tha affir cf cae Jsl<|| jof his  a   permit  without some   proof ��r. Tfce RCMP cfGdan ctEed  'JS-*'"*  m  that a house would be buflt"  to the? scene  arrslied l&efend-  Mr. Kaiafaa assured couoeiL   ' *sx*  who  was  fou$t '$& smeU  lateniini sius  the applicant. Ur, A��fy Anderson,, fully intended .putting ap  a residence .'asd: that he hid  every i��e_idetice he wosld do  so.    7:   '-' '��� '  cf alct-hol ��cd to staggcf **hen  he walked. -."   -  Lee was fixiDi&,xi4Hf':*b4 P6-  ed JliS. and costs, lie .-Was _e��  feodcd'by   Mr.  Earl E>aw<s oi  Ma^j ;14:  Lin da ter *��� Was: proceedihg���to  Poweb  River  with   a   Pender  *Harb>yr-PoweU jRiver Freight  ways lowc-bed truck laden:with  t>rovi ;ions   including* T��tatoes.  Vancouver overhighL - "  oli te   believe   something  wrong   with   his *, heavy  .tractd^trailer unit and Arthuf  - jumpelbfrom it seconds before  apples; bananas] bread as^ well    it crashea.  as- itsms of clothingj footwear  Magistrate Johnston May 12.  Baptiste altered a rdea of guilty and was mnaaded antfl  May;2I on his own reccaais^  ance (of $1C0.   y      ;���   ). j  BC% wbo has been, raised  from: juveiile toy adalt comt  was remanded to Oakalia ahd  Approval   was   finally   given    Gihsocs. B.C-    (See | jsicture  to the applicatioa with a  pro-    page S). .           |    | .'      -  = "  I ".     I   I  -   b   .  I ^         ��        ,        _  '-   **       \ *         I        ��� "  arid  -nisceUaneoiis articles^          L \ - ���������       -  .,. ,  <^ While   desceiKiing    a   steep  hili^the vehiclej left the iigh-  4^rashing j through  -bush  ditcb: before   coming   to  ajgainst a hillside.  On ��� jof the  was  There were\no > witnesses to   -will-appear-for trial in Secheit  way.  and.  rest  rang! am^fiStflJjg"     who  Ht  the- accident."  His   mother,   who. 7 lives   in.  Winnipeg, is travelllisg to Van-N  couver- for   the   funeral-   His  twin brother lives at MaiUard-  ville.7  May 7S. Oa May-S he faced  charges following'_ attempted  forced entry of a hoaie oa the  Sech3lt reserve. Th* charge  was dismissed due-.toi insuffic-  ent -evidence. '     -    |  on the scene  Bob ��� Cunningham of iCun-  Md 3indcty ./;  NTimes   "everythings.was  lag^mess, ?the--^toles  wais, almost^ hidden ..i  The  one  hicler  neath the produce whichS^i/as^  scattered everywhere.  "Tie front axle-and whe  were pushed to the rear of the  trailft\.and the^front cab was  etely smashed in.  was just by chance that  I foitHi the driver; he was unconscious and-hidden from  vifcwj inba' clump of bushes."  , Cunrjingham said.  injured man was rushed  to hbspital in critical condition  flown to  Vancouver' Gen^  Hospital.   early ! Friday  rjiing, where he died a short  later.  continuing  - of  the   accident   is  s**n.  ^Arnold Linklater,  Halimoon Say accidents  ive a little hectic  PO  ha  6f!mot&*r  of each  ALMC  OST became permanent residents of the  h Bay area last week following!a number  de accidents all within a short distance  and within a few hours. " b-j  Members of U%. Sechelt RC-    ���d- : '-   - _' X  otim  en  daty  t  as   a  fat-  BdP detachment,  most of - Thursday  ���result cf:- the frei^it  ahty; near r Halfmoon^Ba^  ; Wjiile stiB/cn duty7 they i^re  called to another vehicle^ a  dent1 a' : short distance  This time a car;driven by Mr.  Nel Haascn cf Mfddlepoint ha*d  left- the i highway at: approximately 6:45 am--.Friday morn-  niag and driven about .20 feet  aloag "a : ditch before coming  to "rest. Estimated damage to  the auto is %4C0. Hanson has  bszn ;chargedi with" driving  without due ca*e���and "aUenion.  ..  ___ _���t ���, ^-   -���  Friday   evening ^rought  an-    tubes. The ca  her call to the *pelice�� to in-    ycad repair.  vestijgate yet another auto accident. This time a car driven  by Mrs.; L. Lee of Silver Saads  laft ifci -highway a frw fizi  from the spot ia which ths  fraigfat truck had crashed,   f-  lajthe vehicle with Mrs. Lee  twas ihefTncther. Mrs. L Haaaer  d two chflcren- Qaly castial-  ty^wis^ Mrs. Haraer who sus-*"  taia<*d^ cracked ribs sad ahra-  s:cni.-*S^e was jtaken to hospital  whs re h^t- cdaditioa is imder-  stocd yto- be satisfactcr>"- I  "Cause of^teis mishap,is ba-  lieved to be^*rake fafltire _re-  s-oiticg- frcm ^^rckea brake  idered be-  3OJO0O gad* capacity . ,;. j  75 tool Propone foul  f epSaces old |plan| x  : COXSIDJE.RABLE  speculation  gr^fe^ the arrival of  a-     t^^giant SKedrjjropane tank da its arrival at Lang-  dale r&st Tuesday/ May 12. \ :������ *���***.  Beuhd fcr Rcbart^ Creek sharp ibeads wouM have prm-  *shexe it will be focafisi oa a ed ia^cssibte. E*en vnth pis  cause-way on the beach, the feature. cwskfetaMa" d_fica_>**  2Q.<Xr*t gsdlon taafc will replace was enctauatered an;* few*of  the present bulk ftatioa at the c*rtk-iirty -sharp beads.  Pratt'Road and the Highway. Otherwise the -jcaracy was )ic-  -" T5^ foot fo leagth and S ical compifahed without major gro-  4a   dUmeter. " die   task   was    t*aais| ! t*  . *"  traa?|Hjrted on! a low-bed truck_ Reftieliaf with 'liquid pro-  normally used for house mov- pace fwill; be carfied ctit by  ing.. A feature of the vehidr - bargs f fit^d with t��o bulk  was the hydraulic "Doily" uaksy Op��fa_a_ |^ the cew  steering cf the rear wheels." plant is expected t& eoencaeoce  without   which,   asvigatisn   cf    raid-Jone,  - -  mm jijyuums mfmni.ni  -  ��� -   *   :    _*��� '-t. ���<: &' ���>','������'���$  -: * * -. *:vr^mf<��ix  -    -------     -   - ��� ��� i-^rttei?^."-!  - ��� ���*    -, * *    - * -       ��� "j - ���;  -_.�������    '' ��� ��� j ������+**  IS  y'--Just- made it f-"  CAB OPERATED steering for rear wheels fnfae 'navi-  , gation of such Isolds possible! :       7 '- |  V "- �����.��� V  j^p^^&*^^  LineAdB  O *e lnserti<jjn  Three mser|t��ons  Btrolmes  paid be  f 2!"c per- AsjiSnef is- 9!  '.��-: display,  ue   uh��P Disblay 1.50  inch.  1 e^al Not ees: -  Jc pfef ecu* it line (5 words!  sertipn, 13: per count line  sec u�� rtt inss rticns.  D4odlif es: ^Jtut day -5 p.rn.  Sulscnpnon Rates:  I jte pfr ctfpy, 50c per rocntjh  cdvQrtc:  ;'S5J}Q"]>e( ye'ar^  .1  In  co  Cbrd  Cjaths  i  fcr 3 EyAits,  l!*4 J wos &>  Xe*Kh. ''Se  mon  ���A  isncy  ss  net,  of  Biiths, In Men  RE  !J  .'tiFt-niaf  split ! ief-  raa< -e.  ami  Thanks,  Engager* w?s.  Etc Per  at"  $1 .25- <i xtrta > word!  DiseeiinS if  publication  atlfBtsi imiite to dcupjf -. tips  ���%btm l^ynmsim July. R.  *fi^..fMac|$Ira jPasfc. BC. Bfiqne  onam v&om-  2rfio*v  first  sub-  fey  OY'S LAI  MICE  PQTaTlLLlNG  af machines to matcf-i  your job. '  Plowing and Breaking   :  Rocky Ground Breaking !  Gracing, end Leveling   ,  4 sizes  poid bi fare  furnished 3 ib*  el   home;   Aut��.  .��!��� fireplace.  Sept. \ orj-arrj;  ��e .obi* inei  _..        3ne 8S5-jb*Sj4.  ^usjck service oa ail oraa-rs.  /UTG)S a TRUCKS  \2 ACAEttAH  h  >l^S> F'>"*STT"lC cotipe. SUM  ����AL ESTATE  ������Creek:.  Cultivating and Hilling !  Comalete Lawn Service  fi om planting--*��       !  maintenance. I  7 Mowing'and Sweeping  !.  POWER RAKING y  Edgi ng and Fertillzii-ig  Seeding and Rolling <bci  Anarige for regular]  j cor iplete lawn care  1   ROY BOLDERSON  __'   Bex 435 - Sechelt     <  885-9530  ! 972S-t��n  Fire razes  I Pender lome|  [j JfirE raced] through Xhe home  "I * of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Peters  hf , Pender Harbour at appoxi-  imsltely.ll p.m. Sund:y night  and completely burnt it to-tha  ground. 1  Mr. and Mrs. P��:ts . and  their three ycung childr en. were  out at tha time of tis blaze  which had gained too firm  held by the time the iire service reached tlte home . all efforts to control the flanes pro  pied in vain ahd all possessions  Wre lest witfc the house  Tiie  family ^pent   the  night  in a small cabin they had re-  cectly bailt en the property psd  tha foffowmg day wer  fished in a trailer.  Quick to provide  emj  help were ttie Sunshiap Coast  Lions and lions wives  .nated cash, food and $4thittg.  Neighbors also ralli2d  the Canadian Legion is Jto  gani-ie a shower, and :  dance will be staged at  of .the niontfa.  ��� 'l&spito their lass, thj*-  who  operate   a   riding  still took  part  in  the  Harbour Miy Day paija  gether with a 1 number  horses  rather  anyooe-*  than -disappoint  Popular reside n t  passes  * WEPL lasawi':���-saio!Bg:--;'_je  Tila;  LEGAt NOTICES  Xctice  WLtil  I"1 tsp. Sisoo: WUH take  pajrt payment. <-l"bche  9f2S-23  EARL'S  Adfeaient. to-Earl's  SUBOljVlSIONl !  ie Ferry -te^mina* qti SunsFttne  Caj^if Htgbwary. .Sear|trfu! view crJ;Jtervts..!nle��.- Esecek*  skj; Goodsst* * far-roo' ;et and hesft  rcntSsls.  terijr-f|t5iwng and baa  *.  cocijertible. -suito.  new   tires,   new  tat-  firtuler    hi-:ch,    ba rk]-up  car.   Terms  'ajrraa-  '^���h- at Miss  'en Poir.| Mo-  , -^sjafr-s  -*at or ha  boa  ih  tug:  dri^ei Ph.  sfe**-23  S 37-23  srees.   Rural   matt  lailes. off highway.  Northwest Rcberts  aridharv- Rd.)  tum-  e on  Plyiiiouth   3-dsJcr  Fi  Fcrm  (Sectio  LAXD  f Intent  Lease  �����*o,   16  5   S7)  ACT  la   Land   Ree  cf   Va; ^CQ'lver  Porpci�� Bay  Take  Schrae.ler of Sqcheh. B.C., o-c-  cupatiq  apply  lowing  tiie N7E.  W37  Pi,  10 chains  ed  16 Lot  north  E. a distance of  Ph.  xor less  tance  Jess tc  of int|ersec|tioh-  with th"e West shoreline; of Ppr-  tBay. /_jence   following  pcise  sai"d  acd  s horeiitfe  ssterly  d  ance cf five chajia more or Isss,  to- the  and ccatamhzg  BEBPpCl^r hcttse. S>^6 ;-eres.   res. rriore or- less, far fia-.tsur-  saridy sail. Chrstxpas    pese >*f AircdflL  and  makne  doclsiDE faciSties.  DO SSXEHT EL SCHRDEIJER  Dated  3^-25    97*5���I ub. .itay  $TSHQ  *kmn. Easy ternk on balance. Oisccau  VIEWLDFTSI^QSiA  thenca  of tea. ei  the poin;  -Wio;pr:nre<.o{'  at   aboi:t   11:30  y,.May 1*  e sxbn tai been  .5 :?time ijass. ��d ��� away���  at the  iurviv- j  aid two  in St./Majv's .Hospita:  -a.g9> Xt 54- ye^rs- :Be if  ���ed-hX his 'wife Swrry  -daughters:  ,' For -many years he' f*As em-  ploygd bytthe B.C. Etectijie arSi  retained   his   position  'wjhen   it  became the BC Hydrc. \  A Past Mastsr of Mt   Elhcjtn-  ��toce Mas^jnic Lodge, Mi. W  ^rave  will-1�� -missed  m  oa to Apply  Land  to  ordiag   District  *cd  situate   'at  lechclt. B.C.  notice tiat Dorothy  E.  a Hctfisejvife intend?''to  for  a   leise -of  the ��ol-  describei lands:      '~r~  mtrge   dircle   of  irieEjd:  fcaew him so *.we!l.  MORE ABOUT . .  Survey -reveal^  .from- .page;- r~-  iod.  CALL FOR TENDERS  , FoUowisg : -a- motion  tl>  chase   3 Quantity   of   a*  Compsacing jit a-post plants  Chr.  of Blqck  c 47S3;  thertce.  thence S. |��9.-  15 chains msre  >. 75. VV. 3 dis-  hains   more lor,-  from Hill ztnd Greenams, itfr.  Mainhil asked fcr a hoi ion by  council that snen purciases go  to teiHier. 7*1 haye id ctm-  "glaints about the! pe 3f le we  have dealt with, at t��  time .. although I have)  sought the lowest hidy  vcoald  like to ���hase:''-,.it:iHi-'--rwbife that  in  a, northerly  irection a  utst-  pcint of 'conaneacemiSe  May 8, J)aJ4. -  apgHrax. &S  we do se&kr *:the lowest  C^kiKillorjDrcmmoRC  ac-  feltl bids sfaouM be coi fined  4he-1 -district7: -merchants.   Co  ciller    Fladager    agre|ed  .tfeioght cotocil should ���  tafems. "^e rfasiM ha te it] on  record that we cte ask ibr <|ea~  dersj'- lar.f3_fefcd��  Srtt-hie --djqrfaiised  that most ^purchases were mjaie  locally, and, Sat "jsios  2% SJ.-3, IQ. "64  Quite' favorable-  outside hids.  compsrsd  nt::tcr-CEEsiu  ���atKisifriLY^STRucn: res  . -Further-its** fomplaM!? !w-r tm-  sightiy bsaldings m the njturici-  pality, Mr. MainhS t*Wec* a"  -section et- the by-law wiich  stated _>at coumal fcad the  power to remove or lave removed any siructnre or faild-  tag cSHSsaterwi o^eashe. I further -sttsdy of the by-l^w is[ to  1>j  made with a view td-'talicg-  agion- to clean up the  eii-e-sores ia the district.  CHAIN  SAW CENTRE  -   Bethel Baptist  Chkrah  SecfeeU,. BJC.  iChttrcfa 11:15 aaa.  Soeday School WzSQ  v Prayer -meeting Wep4es|s^r  PJKI. '  C.Mczh'-^apc: Horre^ite Chcin Sows,  Ccrtfplate  Parts  ISS DIltiCTOEtY  \1,AH TaV.  and':Serv*fce'-   '.'  ..[appliances  ne !88S|*960S  DON  Real  TREE FAILING  TOPPING OR REMOVING  LOWER LIMBS FJOR VIEW.  Insured wotk-faomiPort Mcllcn  to Pender Harbour  Phone 886-9946  GORDON &  keni-jettIlto.  M^- -  885-2013, 886-2191  Insurance  ISfON  SERVICE  iAtai - l*ROMPT  CUTERST.V,  fe*kOIQ1|LTI>.  8.0.1-ffc. 885-9777  .   MARVEN VOLEN  ip*  .3--**!t  -*r  -!l  I        2��  SWANSON BROS.  Septic Tanks end 0row Fiefdb -  bockho* end Fraat End  T      Locd?��Worf-  Scrcencd Cement Grove!  1 K1I and Reed Crave!  Phone 835-9666  Box 172 . Sechelt  FIREPLACES  PLANTERS  AjSIM  FOUNDATIONS  WALLS  ���ar-  whole  is  m-  ihe��  ho  ^NS> 885-2132  WATER SURVEY  SB^VICS  ficniplite-"* "fater System Service  L. C. EMERSON  S-rhett B35-9510  tns*r^doBlffl5tw3  Frank E. Decker  \ Optometrist  E'al Bljicfc'  Gibsons  r*- Wednesday  ���oppointmeria'  B86t2166  fjur-  sa  alw  me  :*ys  d.  5 aid  he  toi  onto  get quo-  rhelf 835-9669  PENINSULA  BUILDING SUPPLY  '������tefeljiytB^^th^f^rf*'' ,'  ��dt. Proprietor ��� ���  . ScctteJ^ -. B^*C  itu4-Otl  AMERICAN  COi LTD  ;ir^-:-Of":-:Prec{��Ct*,  PttttbnSr Agent  885-2016  S��*dEf,8.C.  ELDRED'S FLOWER SHOP  ?ho3ief 885-4455  ���Btere.  to  various  j       ..* . .   Y NEWSMAN  PLUMBING  -Jot Wcter Hecting  td Veant�� pcy  %r\Wh AND'REPAms TO  JttL Wats pumps  ie 8^-9S7J8  RIE SPECK  METAL LTD.  ;ting  jumoces  Metal  GIBSONS, B.C.  I'hone 886-9961  The Br\est In  frLOWERS  *M^r All Oesssiions  NG-PLASTERING  JOINT FILLING  WORK  byr  ^CHOENEWOLF   Pheke S86-2862  ���stQct..of. alt n?ode(s  id eebctir sandce.  elephone 835-2228  Scows.��� Logs  SECHELT TOWING  & SALVAGE LTD.  . Heavy Eqi ipraent "Movins  _: Log Towing  L. HIGGS  Phone '835-44^.  PENINSULA ROOFING  Asphalt & Gravel  Built-up Roofs  Guenther Barowsky  R.R. No. 1 Gibsons  Phone 886-988D,  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Electrical Contractors  Appliances - Electric Heat  Phone 885-2062  AUTOMATIC LAWN  MOWER SHARPENING  (net Your .Lawn  Equipment  Sharpened Now  Irvine BenneT  Phone 885-2292  ��� TINGLEYS  Hf^HEAT  ] SALES and SERVICE     .  }  for all yv^iur heating  requirements  4 Oil Co.'s Finance Plana  I   C* ���. (Col>! Tingley-    4  y   Box No. 417, Sechelt  1885-9636 ��� 885-9332  '''"* ' ���-: "-1     ���        ^ ���    m  *  T    s   CABINETS      ��  CUSTOM WOODWORK  HOMES  j I    Guenfher Barowsky  ������:. -R.'R. Mo.  li Gibsons  Phone 886-9880  NEVANS TV! & RADIO  ?    SALES & SERVICE      ,  Ail Appliances ,  Frmchi"3ed PhJlj^.DeokBr^'      t  P&ons 8S6-22SD           -�����  CUNNINGHAM  AMBULANCE SERVICE  HALFMOON BAY  *-GRd PK5tt'&a��^s��cy  calH'Specicfn5tis.fo��*;dld;rCse .--.  1   pensioners-  ,24HOUaS��aVICE  Phone 635-9927  ] FOR CARPENTERING  REPAIRS AND ANY  ODD JOB  N.MITCHELL  Phone 885-9582  PRINTING  BUSINESS ���7 PERSONAL  . SOCIAL.  f *  RUBBER STAMPS  THE TIMES  Phone 885-9654  T grajggaB--^^ -- ���������  m  m  The Sechelt Peninsufo TtmesyWedyMay 20, 1964 Poge 3  W&-  drie catch  * - ���. ��� -:  Famed carburetor gave  200 miles to the gallon  by Ed- Green    ���"-.. ' X-X\ jb"  THE OTHERT DAY I happened to ask one of [the Tyee  Airways pilots'if he was related to Nelson Pogue."  the inventor of a miracle carburetor said to [deliver_2G0  miles or more to the gallon^ He gave me a:look reserved  for sticky landings and asked me what I T^tewaboqt,  ]Pogue andj his. gimmick as he had teen petered for.,  ���fears try* people who insisted he mast be related to the  wonder Troy of the fhirties.:      * ill  {'*T?xr���izr��Wi.j  .    .    ���f. *. ���   . U        ....  v����;-  4  .'   1  '���-.iT-%"  g��  ^  7*i  Since interest stSl seems.to  be- riding high in tins feinous  carburetor it might be worth  repeating the fantastic yarn of  a fantastic indention that had  the whole world in a tizzy. :  The story: r^egah,. one cold  morning in !l^4 in the city  room of the HWiradpeg -Free  Press. The ! Magazine Section  editor, Frank \ WilHams, said  quite casually: "What would  you think if I told you there is  a carhsretor iright here in Winnipeg that gives over two haa-_  Ared: miles to the gallon**'  **rd   *ay  you  were far the  .  squirrels-'* ���"*  - "I expected yoa  would," he  1 saM, **The fact is that; and  this is a fa<i;t, the carburetor  experiments ^re being earraed  out in a shop at the Ainphi-  -.theatre Rink. Last nig.ht  thieves; broke in and tried to  steal Use--thing.  The  place  is  ders. These were! mated, the  amounts checked and another  ; girl replaced theht in envelopes wifii a form better td the  "senders. --::        "*' } I -:  ��� ~Do yon. wonder j that pfcoaey  stock* salesmen make miEioas  out of suckers? AH;df those letters are from people -wanting  to~buy stock in ja company  that tsnt even formed. It aS  : came -about, from' la! two or  threes-line   announcement   that-  - we had a carburetor here that  was giving two htisdred miles  ! to the gallon/* -.   j j^_ :  '"And does it?" 11 asked.  ��� I think so. I've: spent thirty  ! thousand dollars so "far. to say  *! it does and I can {get  it all  ; back in half an hour if I an-  I Bounce the formation of a eom-  i psny and pit the stock on the  1 niarket-** i  ��n armed camp today. If you 4   He walked  over  to   the  ae-  cap get me that story yoa can  ! cquntanf,  j write- your own terms.*'  |    Getting the story: wasn't gok  jfog to be easy. According to  i Frank aS the F.P.I men tried  [and failed asj had many of. the1  jwire service men. . Nelson  : Pogue, he said, was pure dy-  !nainite and ! wouldn't allow 7a  reporter or news man near his  place. Well, you can always  find somebody s21y enough to  go. over Niagara Falls in a  bird cage if; the rewards are  big enough and to me this was  such -a venture.,  *       i        -1 -\    - ���'-  KNOWLEDGE   HELPS  !    r-Wbo's the" big. p&t today*?"*  Ihe  accountant  handed   him  ! a  letter with a certified  che-  ! qc j. for ten thousand dollars  at ached. It was from an oil  ccspaey executive in-St, Louis  ar d he begged, foe sieek when  = -th- i  company - jrasr .inrmed.  .'"There's a big one every  day." the ^ man smiled. "WeiL  well s��?e what ^Nelson has  to  'say."      X   *    "J    | .-;  EXTREME   PROTECTION  We were met at Sthe door of  -���the  rink  by a  scowling   man  wearing a big gun land backed  Ftaa-T'ii^ me~n  the de-   j^fb-" t^o- fohce ^nzs.  Inside  tails. Pogue"^ ��na*ncial backer  ^ras a prominent contractor in  feany fieMsrr-ffe was wealthy  atisd owned"Tn3ny paying ecter-  ..pijises, the big skating rink be-  �� tag one of them. Luckily I  ktKw this irtan fairly well in a  .business way while 1 was; with  Cadillac . Motor Sales because^  ��f -course, he had rast only a  CadiEac    but    several    heavy  -Jrucks ami only a year or so  isevkmsiy had bought Ms^ wif e  - a istyltsh'' Paige - Larchmora. It  Ttsa-f been my job'-at one time  to,service this naiy equipment.  SQ^ hsturally with this in com- i  fcsotx l called oa him. at hs of- -  fice. I asked Mm  about the  earteretor7a_i_ his interest in  it*!and woaidf-1^ .help me get  the -story.   He   sat tfor   what  Tseemed- endless . minutes _ -tap-.'  %��ng: the; topiof- his feigdesk  with hfe finger tips. Then he  pureed :his "lijs- and saM:  I ?"Weil, I gi^s it's ^Jt to  cocie cat-sani%time:So it might  as weE -be pour." y -���  !: He snifled. He was a kiirdiy  man   with -. great   uEderstard-  &&���''    '" ~:   .- .- :     j--"  "There have been, cmte \a-  few* after the story bit they  njade Nelson mad- - arid fee  wouldn't talk: in fact he chased  them; said they were igooraM  fools: That's ri^st.,Ke-eTea pat  the run on" one.- of Chrysler's  engineers. Weti. let's see-wfaere_  we!& start. I gtwss ths wiU  fceip yoa so yrar -nxight as weS  have it. Come on with me."  iiean.  in   his  man  j-early- thirties laid a jroU of blie-  prists dows, tlasfced. a faint:  sniile at my guide asd gave me  a ; frosty -7glare. The two o��  them walked to IM -other eod  of! the shop and held a. k>W'  voiced conversationi When they  retariKd   my^ friend said:   ^  "*l have ;to set b|ack- to the  cfSce nrwj_You can talk with  Xeison.. It's  okay  with  ce."  The moment he.iiefc Pogue  tamed on" ise as if] I'd spit is  his eye. wfeich �� fett 'like doing. He.was thin, almost-to the"  point ol emaaatksa. Eis jaws  were sunken but his!blue eyes  lairned with an- almost fanatical Sre.   -_; -  J |  You got" a c_r?"i  - ja^. almost  what I cai-  that it was  miserable  MONEY  TREE  L We went to another office  where a staff of girts was opening ^esvek^ies uuder the super-  yiswn of an acecegtantj The  opened envelopes were passed  along the desk , to where the  accountant watched the eon-. -tispugh the flame, jlf be could.  tents Jbeing taken out_ Sany of sicfr tins "down- caiy a little.  them contained. certified che- be! cooM gaa abeage. Bm  ques,-currency ~��toi postal or-: - bow* He. n��3%yrf "he- eaiMat  snarled-    :    *        J  - "i adsiised I had |  fed\-a car in my happier -too-  - meats.      : i '���:"���-  *|Do you kaow feok- your car-  feiietor-works?"    I" _.      "7--  I said I- dtd asd  bow - delivering  ,a  JSJmiaes'to the-ga&ct He de-  miiaied that I show him bow  ,-il worked so I cai- [Then he.un-  ��� rolled his hlaprmLS and' said:  f   "[There it is.*"'  I . -   - .    :;  StMPVE fftTHClPLE  -As I studied 7the_ hluepnnts_  hejbegan to expiahThrs simple;  theory winch, be' said, came ~to  hiinl TB__e-- running]- barefeoted  -iBajwrgi a! grass- firs. Ee-no-  yticed &at he ecsM bm through  the tia^te widest feeingbcrred  if. She aran fast -enough- If he  even hesitated he was fccrsecL  tnl Ester 'years: wh2e expert-.  meeting- with cartaretios he  likened the gas viper racing  at'l terrific -velocity! from the  r Jet to fee cylinder  s&iw the stream  down  but | if  he could cause it to travel farther the" gas would have mdre  time to vaporize more f__y.  **Yoa see,? he went on in in  . ean��st voice, "the gas cocaes  oat <rf"the jet i&^a. vapor where  it mixes with the air 'nrefgng  in the sir. intake. .That air jur  old. very cold even^on a hot.  day. that's owii^ to> its ;^o-  city, so it chills tiie vapor J a  littk!. i Now. do matter \ how,  fee the vapor is K still' con-  asts .of tiny globules of raw  gasrjliiie. _We know that ! pare  ���- gasoline won^. team wit_<Kjt air  so tha-efcre only the saturated  air around each globule bsss  in the engine. Xow, if I can  make those ^obofes travel farther before they get into the  cylinder they win expaod abdt  break "up BSo smaBer giobaies-  If I .can make them break jra  half^I gain twice the mileage  because. I have twice as many  gloixtles. If I can" break them  still more by forcing them -;to  travel "farther then .1 gain =121 "  more. r*ve. fcroken them ] cow-  to give. me ten times the original hnlesfe and here's how  it's-done." :   j /  DOUBLES-TANK  SYSTEM     f  He showed the Euepdnt" i3s-  stratmg: two_ large t^nks. There  were fefSe plates in the ta^s  atii !Jfee* tanks- were "linked together by a large pipe. Another  pipe ran from one taii: tb tfce -  air iisake manifold of- the en-  gine., There, was a choke valve,  similar to* that oa "-an. ordmary .  carburetor   on  the   air   intake-  aid : "as   adjustment" Valve fin  the pipe Iea-dmg from: the tank  to .the. englre.      - '  J  **Yca see.T he "said- using, a  pencil as a pointer." the faio-  . Sne Is forced m the "besom |o��  this tari-wiih a fe-Lp__:?;_td  cames.- csit hrc-sei isu> a spray.  -It passes artsmd-these bafEesv-  expajsdmg ai! the -wmle, cser  iszar the-' ec st*%- ��sssi: the  baSIes *agais .aadytsto the es-  gine. It's as simpfe-as that  CnceraandT"**     " :��� ; j  ��. L said7! jdid fact admittedfT  -5-as sceptical of the resafcsj  : -*You -dan'X have- to  be.  TH  sfve vca a.*dfia3ionstratJsn-"   f  *"-"'--- -     i       ~  ���m mtLES ?���_�� ���*LLO*l   I  - We went to a Ford coupe. \lz  was ice cold. Ee tansai cs the  switch.'aad pressed tbe starter.  The" revise started in a ee-  uze. We ts^ed est'ef the, -stasp  and be let the motor idle ,wh��e  ip.**-*  ����� ;  */.*  &r-^  Sechett Hotel, 1930 t  iLOXG TBIE HESroEXTS wiH reckl the old Secfcelt Ko-  j - tel which burnt down in ISSoi Sadly lacking todsy-  are some of tfce facilities that made the district the pope-  par centre it was at that time.- Qn&^locsl man recalls  tennis cetxrts where the Banfe cf !Mo|ttreaI nt-w stands  ^and a roller rink where the theatre is* located:  fcA  he got out and lifted the hood.  There-were the two tasks .takings up- most ef'the space under  the boed. T^ere'were two gas  lines: one fro!g the regular  tank and the otber to  a  pis"  can mounted oarhe instrument  paaeL There was- a three-way  valve" control from a rod oa  the instrument parseL He asked  pie to make certain there were  ho other imes. ; There - srem't.  :We then wem.*to"a ^"mr.-r *za-  tk,n c�� my -cwa chaise where  !r shut off tiae ,%as from, the  "mam tank and __e engine -czed.  The" atteadant poured one pirn  :of gas ista the !*niall tank c-i  -'the mstnxment gJit^- t opened  the -valve ard :Popse - started  the enzme * again.' We dr*��e  tl mOes is that - subsero wes-.  -ther   before   the - esgme   died  was empty._ I.? cEecked azd.  doable checked- and sei a*a\ '  talking to myself- .1 had seer. '  a feuisired gas : savers izz my  time . acd fbcixi . them all  phoney. This. osfc-was getr^me,  " No .wooier tbe"ft_cker tad pit  _ thirty troesasd cellars _ ins - tt".  STORY ISENSATlta*    ,  I; Por^e let n-c.maie a y~��Z.  cirawisg of the jjhmg ard when  'that story, hit pie wires the  .iefiers, .telegrarsi and. ietzz distance caHs pocred  over   the   wcrid-  mazadai toyne  Experts  ce-  ex-  amise- the car &sr Sadds* tarks.  Thse   weren't "any   and   they  -saw -it -trsvei up. ts twenty^five-  EiHes on a pLzi of gas. -  : 7 So .what   hac^esed   ta   fei*-  marv^ss   investicn:    I   ds-zt  itaow. Nobody  kaiws  fcr  certain- Pogue "became erratjc  so  His   backer  withilrew - so "Jzrk  feammil. the mMecaire -*~��rz  ���  promoter took: Po#K east and":  aet -hfc Tp in a ^skj is Oak-  *-fjSe.   ���te*rk;-f   near   Tcrcrtn-.,  league," c   was j said,   became '(  more- erratic   thai   ever . and ���  finally    even   - T*"ir--���-T    had '  eoouih  of  it'aad 'that  Ls'tre"  last  we ever  he_rs of Po^se ���  and bis-faouk-u* cartsEretar.   .-  Dai the ti��zg sf^k as claimed'*:- It cerQmly did. Then 7w=:y  7 is- it not en. the isarket*   Did  the ofi. eompssjes bey it cp  and ��rutt*e tt* Mt likely If  feat fifeiag had bebs ��� -ucce-5  the ol cor~?ar*e< r^T-mM have  *<^ics*n��Hi. it. Coctfsry to g*e-  eral ksarics the * si.temcyje  would\ have been ttf little us-"  pcrtaqce. The Po*?je, prire-.pTe  applied" to ;rri'j-*Tiiil ee;.r<?,  Ioct*ns4tivet. a i t *'r * f t ird  steamships .--*��;���$ .tave rr.2-J3  all -otier fueis ciiOiete; -  REASC>M  FCtt PAILU2E  SotrJe ticse later. -*-ia*n an the  excitemen*: had ��3xi " dontrs.. it  . it e*.tr fcii altmttther. xy  hrri*her-u?la��: +Z& ��is--ctiei  isechamc in the t*> t.z�� tr_;'c  (Sviswih cf the tzJrz. W^suprg  Kectdc Cc. told -rr* r.e h*i  bees talkiRl "-*-> sR sSzcial ;a  a large F<jt  official-    whe  be^tt jwr-rp t: alesce^ tcl-c hi:.  that P��g,* nsed ts zx cncitartly cr��eruig- sew ^nfzzxs asd  Erses i the old -rr*s -s��re re-  nzrmd for cr*cj---*rle% -era  bzzzed. to z.ttts izini**. T&c "��5-  ��oa. tr^igs, i-asve* and ryhjs-  . der rralzs ��*re. rTart.Ta;7jL  rc*ac by *he jites^e -ear. The  crzhd. air zzrh cc-Id ira^i heate-I  by Fcr-i- rrtrc.f*: TzCr-i-rzj  provide Ua partiM pxLzc >j  Qtcessazy, ard as 'a res-���* the  motors, Sxrred. zzi :** a ,*��rt  time.'Pcgce U-lti %Z.~~zy J3  remedy this and 'Zazst zt-^tj-  even tsdaj trere *re-h_tidre'is-  of pergsle %hz -tjl 'aTt -; -zzzz-  der fhat ha^>e;��<. 11 th^t  great lcar?^rstir"', --  --* -d��*!��rr$"p    The  had." frrv-.-s'.y  USE   TIMSrS   CLASSIFIED  *OR CiJlCtC   iESULTS  Heanty Salcn  T*��*i��y!tei Stctvtd^f f-S g  7 r-Yif siii=*fe* Ti    ";  i      Heir E��c_ty"*   j  - ; - : t  sssaE    boy    rsnni  PORPOISE BAY  (Sedteft)  ��.C. I  " -    . ���       J -*  ' . -    * "  Fishing  Bunting  frdght  Air Taxi  Contract Flying  Sigktmeimg Tours  Timber Cruising  Air Ambidaneel.  PHOME SECHS-T- 8&Jr99M} Mm BOOK*-FLIGHT  P.  if  v  m  fa.,"*   ��� IT;    ~* ~      "-T     L���""^ '"      " -' "' '  " 1 ~'��;-> x't-'S ��������������������  ���.���*- ��� %N ������'; **������>*/-!- vs'-'Vj   -J ijt'^jcr*1!^**-���! -'j7;^  ^tniV.i'n.Sn P.'.Ti.'Vt TrfJ ,imft,gf.,��?,,', A.*- f , ,*,vVr^.rtrf'W. *./���!,,. YiW.-. ^ ..' ^.iCir r:i.Xi.'��a  -  * ' ! ''XX' -!  Poo/ in the  mphmm^fore8t  s'Cape  wji ih -monume  dbned de.  Srepit buildings,  various s i ther items of tesolation.  This  '[may bt wrong,  shptll not be so wrong  fi&tdjail to say  I believe to be right."   j__  ���Joj��N Atkins  Ed Green���Sechelt  buildings and other  sofoc time have proved  is presently  -eceivyig  Gibsons   municipal  Dl^POSA L OF unsighjtly  objects, which for  an eyesore in the distrijet,  serious  [consideration j-by  -council  ; . I ' This j is indeed a mope in the rig it direc-  tijon andj one which wanjantsr the full support  ol civic Jrjiinded bodies inl the community.  It is unfortunate! that steps to fsree the  removal]- >f these^ striictufes 'should hi neces-  -sftry and evenj.nioreAegri|tabfe that th^ people  risponsib    c~"' '"-'���'"**-1���:  i feel! t(" their rijht to^ litter the* land  pof course, is no new problem. Every  ciommum y   has; its   littei  7j  REGULAR AMERICAN  ver  jpcire to ic.ffcr the tourist than a dwindling supply  piles   such  old vehicle shells and  the* land-  iis  abanr_  bugs;   unfortunately  visitors to a  Island! 'community   which   h  little or nothing is done-to remedy the problem  with 'the result the squalor progresses. The  prime' result" being that whole districts take on  the aspect of a slum neighbourhood, bringing  disrepute to!' the entire community.  Such a! situation does not yet exist in Gihf  sons and it is obvious the council intends getting ahead jof" such an eventuality. It is to be  hoped t'heyJ vigorously pursue their investigations as to [steps available td them to take action and frjllow up with all measures: |tt. their  disposal. '   !  Some Of the worst offenders! have received  repeated  warnings  but have chosen  to  ignore  them. A sharp lesson in manners would there  fore appear a welcome innovation and onef--receiving the support of all  responsible citizens.  By deepen waler-stilled at  '.-  summer's eve  -Where  flowered ! paths. invade  ';   the sylvan glen> r  ���*   And  scented fragrance  bathes  '    the limpid pool!  Tranquility abounds ahd    *    -  !,   Nature's school  Is open lo the; quest of human t  (   ken  lemdjs Mmeh  to ifee Warms  (The Sudbury Star) . '  r"'���        !     - How like thc pool the heart ot  A (YEARNING jfor a return toy   nian responds  flarm *"   *" '"'    ' *  period,  a farm  factors  think  dustry  states  Vancou-  ass. tvttfe  bict.    ' !! I  The! J stjraight-fonvardj reply was "jthe wea  ther."   T ae   American,, f rom   Kansas,   w*is   in  Company jl-with" - jother   toi rists   from   (California  \yho readilyi agreed that t lis was also :heir rea  &bn for i :hel annual visit.  :   .'You  jeople," continued tt|c man f^om Kan  it"-  Can s  rei  Vi ith bu  Here in Sechelt there is even less to-ojffer  as far as fishing is concerned. Wc have saltnp:  of   mediocre   dimensions,   ft   is  life, if jmly for a short*.     p m   { f    .  ���  or sheert curiosity about      y  and fatim'ianimals, are]   b,tter sUn8     ���* f  contributing   to   sorites 'The sore travail of hates fast  'ijiew !-inj-th^   tourist  in-!   scaring scprn -:  Already  ift the United Make desolate and leaves the  the   "fa^rm! holiday"   isf   pool fbrlorn  being labelled \is.a   "success-;From |B bank the bim ^f  full    experiment.   Large  num- ,    ������-    .;       .  bcrs  oil farmink l|amilfes have:   son? have tak^n w,n8'  f out id   a   ivay J to!   supplement]       .'��� .  tlieir ir comes by Opening their! How different when love has  hohies to vacationists. In Can-     tuned the reed  ad^i    the   idea j is) just   taking rhe mirroted pool' reflects a  * "4    i >    soothing peace  lie fcrm   already possesses^^The  calm of  Nature soothca  and linnets sing  ro  vairationing falnliy planning  a  "turn hoU^ayl*. !|Uqdern farmlnte the breast of man the new  toj hoires are also equipped-with!    hopes:spring  Ftorge' pmotCwas ^kcfTjust what tj^de h\m    seek good boating facilities further afield,   b  ���    mc-t ��^^*y>^f^*7 And the -ftuesin this Poo|  spend u^r to six months at a time in the.dfe^.     The move by the Chamber of Commetde ^1   t^J ?Srs Sv  ca,!ed ,ifc ,ncreasfe* ��  PK ���       "n  7! ^^"^for a breakwater, if successful, could open! tip %VIW   >rora   ^stl >ears   mm  necessary  great possibilities in this! respect but until thai  time the facilities  are definitely  limited. \|  The one great commodity we have to $ffer  is certainlM "Sunshine" for after all this is! the  ''Sunshine Coast.  Unforiunately, even this built-in super: as  Sai  "are! liiakinlg a big {mistake.  Th*  salmon  >set is of little avail  until such time we Ipavc  are not here as! they wire, furthermore, most    more to of/er in the way of accommodation.  _-. -i-_ : L*~j :_  1 .wi�� ���   . Most jof the motels in the district are. top  rate but totally inadequate td cateF to a Ijargc  influx of tourists. .With.tli&,-tremendous^ DQtcn-  tial awaitirig developmerir, it would !be a wise in-  6f us ani not e^en interilsted in more- than an  6ccasiont I jfishin^ trip. ,  |     ^'*^6jy|:-fiftd^d;::seH'-toW That  is  the real reason -most-of lis come up tiere. This  \sf a woiiderful Iclimate,  never- too vrarm  fldom r eally cold J"  and  larks,   the -big  jji: tourisi brochures rega  Umxxx^^ '���*�����������������  vestment on thc part of a far-��iglued business  man-er group to get imp the resort typij; pi  Altljjough publicity w|as given to the Ameri-!   operation with'the accent on trailjbr accom|oda  sjlonj  fish  are  still  peddled    tion.  an obscure  and���occasional j reference  rding 'the equable cli-  *?jm i-'   !"    I ' -  '.>��_*'  As toi the climate, a little promotion sflong  these lines might be well worthy lofi, some..jcon  sideration.1  b - X    ' "   f '/"'��� -     ]- -  It% Called SB-glsafI��M  '   ��� *    i      . ';-  "  ["HE stojy is told conceniing a young man who,  during the depression days of the 30's, was  lunched p  ie?  Th^  about mi  it-, money  have  ind who wasn't at that  *z -' -  gone  tory of the mar could very wjell be one  t any chap���-a fellow like you, us and  the guy-i list door. He is one who works' diligently >  and hard jto support his v ife and family. Like all  of us who inhabit this pjia let earth, he lias his ins*  and outs and his ups and! d swns.  "Short" though this man was in ihe money  department in the Jo's, t ie dollar^ he could call  his own were goodj.  Time \jvore on. The man noticed his dollars  were becOnjing more|lim irthfey just couldn't do *  the things they-usedTo do However, try earnestly  though he pid, he cduldji't figure out what was  afoul. It was all Ute mori: perplexing because he  had a let more dollars than he ever clid before.  $16,000 for my two, I know thi  up, but thi$ is ridiculous-jit's outlainiish!  The inan priced retirement lottages j and  groceries i^i sunny Florida more or less to determine whether what he suspected was fact. "I-(can't  afford to retire!" he bellowed, i��*ftc|iing his bank  book.       1    -        X.<    -���.       "| I ... '  si possible, he  Tactfully and as painlessly  was told the straw that had broke,  inflation, j  "But,? he moaned hoarsely),  little, inflation was a good thing!  Poor |e.H6w i.. he learned tj>c  late.  By i96QJijj noticed  to aecornplishYhat one!  brdachetl the subject to'hi  it in one vvord: "Inflation.?  i To the man, thougl  it required, two dollars  used to do,  friends, 4hey  -i-V.  ���   V-  T*.   '  no nriraning; he wasn't-  cs of the situation. Sa  'iJiflation"  familiar with  never had  lis dollars  or  mics  come'inflation N such a bkd thing? I've  it so good," he Jrationaliz ;d, counting  to'satjsfy himselfl.  While not the smartfest man in thje country,  the fellow about whom the story n  relatively frugal land reaso  thousanc Jdollars a year to educate my dd! That's  The[h camuTthe dav of reckoning.  "Two   ��nc who controls the pathway of the  had little  the econo-  d he to himself: "How  When he_  explained  lis wallet was  i(I thought a  little arid too  mo!s|t n't the asfeets sought by a  family, pli  hoWie baking and  ed butier.      i  Trends develop  years  tenls  five tc  i  .-.   past   years  many   of   the: groceries   now:  bought  In  town, put there is:  stinT an   abuudan|ce   of   fresti':  milk. , garden-f-resh   vegetables^ Sea,^ at ease dnrhe porch ono  -" *-J newly-churn-,-^ \  '    ,.    b I walched some* boys trjead  m vacations. - ..  ,   .     ,   . ���  <  Th4   family   frisilis   were   foi-     l^,r barefoot wf *   |  lovV-ed by resorts. Tlicse were ^*J down ,n my hcart! *****  followed by cottagjes. In recent;    stijfled sigh,  see  cation  Barefoot I Boy8  the  tre|nd   has   been  to For ihe days of my yoojh, now  long gone by. 4 I  and -triilers. The next  10 yeaps is expected to  upsurge in the farm" va  '  '    ���    ���' -7  . In fancy T roamed thejr care*  free ways,      ! '  That once I Jrod in my farefoot  ' days,    -^      !.  Along the creek to the! waterfall,  Whose noisy voice drowns tho  hooter's call. '  TH1E   perennial  question   of   a  :iational lottery in Canada is ��� ..        7 .    ,,      ..  aAin (being discussed in some He;cii,,n the popl byahe-vrh.v  quarters., ^here is repetition of     falls spray.   ;      - ^  thfe old argumbnt that it is bet| wc spent gladjhours.on a sum-  ter to keeji> the money in Can-     mer's day,    :  $m9t Muy  appfowss  (The Sudbury Star)  tSianisenld   it  to  Irelaiyi. Fishing and swimming and  oi te has kn effecUve plan    climbing around,  nafeSarss ^ * ^fr^  rel|r  slop money from  go^ .   our young tudcs b^ned.  oiit. Even with a Canadian^  lottery) the "If-ish sweeps  undoul  here  Minwte Messages  "Most-, people  those passages  tw  e   bothered   by sail:  will Then later  on Scripture they     'l   piust  be   the   unhappiest  do not understiiml;-but . . . the tnaa  passages that bvtller me are r/ijjse**"3"  'ALL thing*? were made by Him; anc vjpithout Him Was  not anyhing made. John 1:3.  Have iisu ever noticed the risin;  relates  was  later on down the creek  jtedly    find   their    way     we'd^wade,  ^mS^^uSS^5: *M* -�����'" *-*--���  ���      f 7, -r      shade,  a    sweostakes    win u^^,       , ..      ...  happiness? Heedless of time that went  w weeks ago there was     swiftly.by,    y  ich I publicity   about   a   4f�� 0ur young ears deaf Jo its  r-o|ld London bachelor clerk     urgent cry.  ragejed ithe equivalent1 of Those barefoot boys trudge  rents  in _soccer pool and     gaily by.  30,375. Two days later.he n���. M��� l\ ,, t      . .u>  i     But my hcart forgot this onco  to sigh,  Britain.  I don't want For ,oday ',,rod their carefree"  thjis nfioney.  I was  happy     ways.  I do understand".}��� Mark Twain Bsi [l Ta?,     ��� j- * feel depressed Guided by dreams���of my  arid really) unhappy."  59year-ol|d- Milwaukee  gii'ndmOtner j came    home    a  nf a full moon? s^crt Jtiiini  ago from  her job  It is a very Wonderful sight. Have yoli bver asked your- s,s    ep^defer    of    religious  self, "Who| controls that  great yellcmf moon"? "Who' gJ'Sft l��n tedKhS^ ^ T"  ������'...    -j ,.,/ ��� .*   -s}.,n ^'.000, on an Insh Sweepstakes  measures itjj movements so skilfully* across the sky ? ticket. Said sne*  hood days.  Have you sometimes stood by thc se*  nably thrifty. He "salted  away" spine nipikey���for -ducation of h is children* in thc sky? ^Vho controls it?_ ^  and-forIlisretird|iehtyeaiS. Well,you know the answer.to these questions. The tQ  urn  *QlI-0f���!d  the'waves? Who controls the sea? Have you ever waith- .fa  ed the setting sun? Who holds that* inijghty' ball of fire th  boy-  Se��heu p��NIKSU_a^ nc&  shore and watched  . a a food tot thought  i to b�� lieve in pjirselvcs, but w^ mustn't bo  convinced.  has His hand  upon, the swelling tilei, and  who un- jh  failingly measures the movements of ihe sun is our Lord to)  and Saviour Jesus Christ: "For by tjini were all things s'  created, that are in heaven and that ; in in earth, visible,  or invisible-; whether they be thrones, 4>r dominions, or  principalities, or powers: all things] *jvcrc created by tn^re I effactiv  Him, and for Hi inland He is bef^r|��ali things, and J3s.^.eTur'  by Him all  tor Hnm^ana p  -thrngTconsist . .  And  t  moon and I  r���Qurton Hillis    jmd to coritrol and to master it  pot  a   bit  excited,   ip;  Published Wednesdays  Ht Sechelt  on B.C.'s Sunshine Coaj>t  bvi  It, I'm unhikppy. ibvas happy  wiy l lived before."  'here is thfe old fable of the   _   ,  ig vvho sen\ out his courtiers  Secl)-11 Peninsula Timejs Ltd.  bring him, the shirt of the       Box 381 - Sechelt. BLC  pale moon, who h^pkst   ma^   jn   the   world  e I appjest  man  turned  out  be a bfeggir���and he ha"8* no  irt.  du:atitn  (or l|ol|d together) WJ  feat;   fehool   every   boy  ,**    L-    . .���.    ..    and g|rl s(hou(ld" know how much  And  the same  glorious  Lord.  ^ . . ani-  oon and the sun and the tides, is able to take your life bused  ���S. Chassells know  Jur. ^���ir��i   .i.�� a,a *TI ^no*Jia Know now much  T�� cfnlro,s   h/ thW> ^ot know, an\l b? im-  Wduld    be . milch  ���e  if  its  purpose  that by the tithe  Wli  it.  a lifelong desire to  Serving the area from  Port Mellon to Egmoht  (Howe Sound to Jervis \ln let)  Douglas G. Wheeler. Editor  S. B. Alsgard, Publisher  Subscription Rates:  (in advance)  I Year. $5 h Years.iS'*  3 Years $13  U.S. and Foreign $5|5()  "f, '*  ' ! J���c  ':i  y  ll  ��� r  - *r  The Sechelt Peninsula Time*,;Wed., May 20,1964rPage~5  i        ii ,i      mil���      ���        ���!���_  _  ������ii,     ii ..mi, -"������ ��    mu   ���������������!       ���'-��������� ��i-  "     lif   ii ii ������ 'Ipn -  i I '-   "  Second fire ... !  I  ��� *r-������-  I   -     "    "   jy "I -.     ! -'  Famous IaiidmdiJrk  "- " "*   i : I. &  reduced to ashes  ORIGINALLY BUILT as a private residency fc."ISG���,  the Sechelt Inn reached the end o! it's career Wednesday when the Sechelt fire department bujF��#d it ta  -the ground.     ! -    -      ���:���r���"V7 i���f~ ~~  ' Known for many years as -seen sLJieavy infiu|h o| puest*-.  Beach Housey it was occupied . on the7! night of thf fire thc��  by Mr. Bert Whitaker until he " was bst % few. | j  sold it on a substantial part - The {old Beach yHofse ��a<  payment to two German im- then renarsed^lhe pe#��elt Inn  migrants who operated it as and served as such{ya|il it ***��  a hotel, shortly before the oat- was .ravaged by Grjs*. tfst July.  break of the Firtt World War. : At this time it had |een lie-  Following the subsequent, in-    property of Mrs. Oral|am_wh3  '   Top floor blaze  U|**IDER| STRICT control pf the^fire department, fire was started in the top floor pf  I   the ole Sechelt Inn. A potential hazard, since an earlier fire..it was finally decided to! I burn it down.  I M mi,. . HH^  1  ������* Wj'',     ' ���  **.:X-$-        '   .     - ���*r;y^  vl-  .- **������  '"' 1  ���  ��� i  *  i  i  ternment of the r Germans m  19M,_Mr. Whitaker resumed occupancy of the building until  1326, when the Union Steamship- Company acquired on Jn  terest in it.     ���* 7 _  At that time the larger ~Se^  chelt Hotel "was operated by  the company_and Beach House  was utilized as an annex. Un-  ��� fortunately, a few years. later,  ; in 1938, the Sechelt Hotel burned down, i r  There were no injuries, and  although  the  ni^xt  before  had  bought!7 it. from {thf Umam  Steamship ! Compasy I a bo ut  eight  year*  ago-    !���  j   '  J[be structure s-faif-h had been.  txp-Berf beyosd repair fsas been  something :of   a   ftjai^d _ever  since fas < a    play^rs|3ai    fcc.  -younsHters.    It    wait- fherefore  considered, a wis*; ��}o*��; to dii-'  :pose ot the buiMing, "#** many;  elderly  citizens - sise. feathered'  to watch the passm|* cj another.'  old   landmark  hadtm#re  that*  a -��� gleam  of : nostalfja j in ther.  eres.   I, '-'Pi .    *  m**^-    .       *   -   ���*ii-iiil"nrfti * t   ���-  ,-il Selma Park chatierboiing  * I. ix ��� *>��� ���**   I- ���  U//���"���'���-  ��!   1 ���  ���V-*.--*W .s ...-j*-'   ".-.. ���-���;I'-<ra< " |M" "Tl  *   ..-,  ���*    il   ;������ -<S*i.$tK^      *   --.J  �����.        ��       3   *    I  - ,* ..* ^ .' .      i ���    I  ��� ,���*��������** *  IS**1-**^*^*"'*-*- f--'*'1*.  Second^tloor burns  DESPIT}3 THE HOSES of the fire  soon both top and second,floor  r - "5��^*-% * -!  a1      J".        t * ��� " J        ft      ? ��� ��      **    *A* M    �� .   >  ��� %���*���?: *." *.--*. /*. - * ���-������*���. S1^.'  '���  ��� -a ,1*1** r-.. # iV-r j. N: j.. \; ���,  ;\ ft4;^'vv. ?;"!���.' ��'*-f.'*\A- ���*-','  - -��� ���     i  *- ri'-���r*i ' ���-~---3~L ���  iU'  department, the old iStructure burned firecly  were blazing infernos.    -  and  ���   j*     ���   *- . ..��  VISmXG   Mr.   *%'.; Swain   in  Seima Park, his nephew-Geo.  Nelson. '   f  _;  Mrs. Jack Barker! Sr.. home  for thz durationj    ;  ��� Also visiting ber7sistcr over  the   weekend   wi   Ifiss   Greta  - Lindholm.   . she { is     teaching  school   in    Xarth    Vancouver;  Barbara teaches - at. ths  Resid-  reiUal-School-        ......     ;:���.*,  .-.  Mr. .and Mrs. slim Husk visitors   at   Pat   atai   Wiif   Nest-  man's, f  Sorry . to   report   Mrs.   Joss  taken suddenly ill and  nished  to Peader hospital ..  . . latest  news, she is  testing  comfort--  ablv.   -    : '-.!'.  --*���--:--.-.���**.     ,.  V/EDD1NG   BELLS  Mr.-Walter Flay and- Mrs.  Flbraiee White, married ia  Baptist church. Sechelt- Sat- .  urday evening 8 "p.m. Gmgrat-  ulticns. Walt, happy days to  you both.  MtX-UP  . Bit of a smoxzie in last weeis  cclumo. got the report of some-  plastics in with our news and  notes, hope our readers forgive us- this time, someoae has  to get the blame for it. but it  wasn't ms ,_-.;'. thank goodness.  Everyone seems busy in their  gardens nowadays, and they  lock beautiful, so very few travelling, staying around" home  -and the garden. Don't -blame  them, for its ! fascinating to  watch the garden change day  , ��� : rr���|   ���*-from heres arid there-.  by daf. acd i tii'.nk tprir^   L*  i the m��5t beautiful nrriy o: 'ie  :  year for eardens.     -   I  Our--sympathies :& j��->c��- art -  ' Eddie JCaia^fc^:;. :n ttl^ir \ cry  . S5r*bt"$ problem. Thi% "ncr:  . burnt -[cat \z> the "triune *h^  : other Snight. !o^: trver>th^ii:*;  thankful'th^ ar.��i. :h"*:r *+.n-��  small bnes-are all in |.o-.)C c;r.~  f ditisri,! a^u^ th-*  ��|rds��al^ __ .  HOT.L* CLEANUP    I  ���WclL "cna .cf our. o;|c-st  Isnd  marks   was:   r3zcd    tf-c    cUm r  ���  night.fa grim i-igst  f^  ��^:ch,  .   the old XTBton  SLr*#m��up-  t.at-  eL  Wonderfol  cleanup'! jcb  "cc-  ' ver know there   was |an>'J.;n4  there !today   Wonder' if   U\i?yj  win  tiald there  afaig.   bc   ic-'  tcrcstipS *�� know.       \ [  Visinng th? Ben Lascs. tht;r.  daugl  Asa   G a'r>. I R ob��- ri a  Johnson and Jan Whisakcr  Them's CB-thing 'w-rtsng **ith  the jwungar gio��ra&a_. thit  becoming taxpa**er* ��-f tt*J' cure.  RUG CLEAKCMG  and DEIVSpTKING  1 ;      1 -  Done Right Inj Youe  ! Own Heme  RATtS REASOHABLf  ! - * '  i   for Free EstUMSeS  9SBQ [  j _       Mass of flames  ALMOST COMPLETELY engulfed, in. flames, iroof has already fallen in and the  end of, one of the old landmarks is in sight. ���-  s-'*\^:>*i'-k* "���*   ^  !S  Hotel No-more  NO MOREJ THAN a pile=of burnt debris and a block" cement remains. Possibly a new  arid better building bvill grace the location sometime in the future but at the  present time nothing is known of the! plans for the property.       "���.,.. .f  ZEPHYR MOTORS LTD.  ere pleased to  appoint  ernest: r* (Emie)  FEUON  i 7 -  {      as representative  -       to the'' Secheit-  Peninsula  for New and jjsed  Car and Truck Sole**  CALL COLLECT     :  Bus. TR- 2-74U  Res. YU. 5-3321  MEECURY  MfTIOR  CbMET  BRITISH >ORD  i 3 ' I - Sr I -  -   i " -     - ���    j   : ; " I  ..  ��� '���:.".���' 1  r- '���/���  i --  * \  ^^Pte*fc.  V  y>*  7 f >i-t  f^  L  . *-��  ""* ^vaSgJSwSSflUi*. ��     j^3"i*?&?|Ui��.  --1  <"  t1    >  f - -  /".  t-i  "Aw V^ J&*i,''ut "I'Nuw <��afc    '  i'-.  *w��-a*  a.    1  UNEQUALLED V  j; .yLakevuiw -*,-   .���-'  SEWs! OF THE LAKE-are a feature of both morel and dini  *    '-t'"  ��   "   '* '1*   ���  ^���feb^A**--.**  fEyypr^"'* +-  -;-m  I  Vt^U-lMM^A  feswews*  * ^^xS^XHM^Mi  ���    s*n. *  -J^*V5,�� -'->���   sis*!    "SSL";  -SS"^*i"i*-* **  ^ ;b>i>  TKs &��% 'k^e Res<ji* Cafe fitsrm Very well *iih its naHCrel surrounding^  ��� ���*-      i  lr*(     *"   Jff'Z, i  "t^y^Ji  J'.&ip  *-  -*^*c-*c  L  ��� ��� t  ,S#S��ip-  TH6 ��-VfF1S t|  Cole Interior  omte&-- end specwxai. Wc  Bit! YoisdelL  i -y  ursa *o sen^e jts��  -IMbS  ��^th &*�����.  ten?  I location . . .  lesoil  sets  V  LQXGbTIME DREAM of Jdhn Clienjwas ta make it pos-.  / sible for evervone else to enjoy the peace and tranquility thst he had for so many years amid beautiful  scenery abound Rubyj!Lake. *-***"    X       "*~"y  jKe" worked'feng  .and! hard    created Ithe  picture now" it is  around the Pender Harbor area    there  to  be  eajoyed."  -logging   for   many   years   hut -  "  recently sa*f the "seed- for improved .tourist facilities in the  ; area, His next- xpoye entailed  : clearing, i and. levetUdg land to.  , make?'pooni (for a motel, a!7st;a.��e  j-reac&ed aftW lot* of hard-: wor��*  -and effort-  Fish at yoxxr  doorstep -\  FOR TIIE sportsmen wtra ea-"  Joy   leisurely  'hoars   on   the  lake fair .warning is- given, if  /���  ".������J    .        ��� ��� b^w,^:    Sou  -^sa*  to spznS hours oa  IH*. dram has t^w become    *     ^ ^.^ vour fejj-  a T&aUty a?sd is evident by the  ins rod wiih vt}-! or your beat  beawtiful ^--airf firsti;^-.-  gfo:'^ swaK^ wi& fish in  1dimag' roo.t|j"that.sits am^d the ^r  languid- J^ije country set in picture booh l-unrcusdinss. Kature-  has -b&en landiswrbed   ��pd  of  an evening it is quite common  to  see  chtMrc-s  watching  the  tusrik-s ar4 hirdhfe uhile their  parents goie*u after thc ***inay  iriJsj'7 ihfch abousd in the  t&ke ^-t im it fron* the mate!. . .  Bot�� UltEs. Kuhy afid &kLn-    -���� !�� P��Bnt/��pi the Iav*onte  itr, aK* xkf strangers ta fisher-    &Mtm\ bales fo^yoa.  -casi, a> teey have been ^ps-       These siaraa- vail: foe returaed  in* up to [this area fer years,     .to S��anJey Park!set. oa success-  far less than hours; Both ftuby  and Sskinaw Lakes-are fanusxs  -as -spots far;~*u��,!Hi5g- and have  bees visited- far-' tetany 5"ears  by-avid llshencen'who tike to  get their catch in a hurry.  Boats are a-saiiahle and- Mr.  and Mrs. Brsg^7 who will be  .managing-  the - ^sotel,   will  be  As,  Mhn[   says.   **natare- has    fail r��;3,n:  *.f the-^ttie oses.  less  FRIENDLINESS abdund-s ia/'ihe coRgenia!-**atmosphere  -   of the-Raby Lake 'Cafe,,.-''.Both Clarion and Bill Yda-b  'deli have had est^nsh*e - exp-erieace m the cafe bus!-*  r.ess. operating many diHejejai duung r&ams: iii the Vistt* .  eouver .  Maioa  -cs.xjs.isg a  srea. -y    -   ���/  with   -her   eiecSaai'  :fed Sii? with his same -  sr.ake .as iiieil ��wn-  ��svers as oae  eassit.' bat  help  have  tbeir sprits hlXed. **-isle  the   lirie   sire  of' the  dic&g  *TS'**S*- v 1  t  Swans enhance  Ruby take  d:ris��   ia:  tfe&   bea'atifupy. 'a-p^.i   PRESSNTIi,V   ce��lt!isi*  casadr  painted <&ie sa siaedtSaat dish-.       eraMe gutter-erfS   an%--ztt��   sissf(-  es prepaid in -as?-of the- msssti   ters in the-resort -sre^ a?e *fpso>  s-wsss-.   ssale   fessi   feasste \d&  up.   ta  nji*^   kitchens :;os   tbe  'Pesissssxfcq-  The Ci-fe, Itself ev��^s*ks the-  ss^rth��rrJ read of Sshy iake  a��Ji'��l is .possible tsi; "wstcb  fislaj*BR��a' tassiias Ihe fcg eraes  while rkaxteg in fewa*. cf -a  ���large jsijetare vtiada^r. t      ., \ '  ���  Mms&pC$Z' os  Hahj- .take' is  sa.5s-e5hs&f tfcas so ��ae sfcoeUd  - ssiiss*'s*jeia^ tSe zzmh, feearas  h5  tic % s^ht'as will e-ees-:be sees.  BasQ^-is wtlS p��esv�� speeia.!  atseasfejs srd larr^e E5tTBb��;rs ��sf  jjesiS-, ca.a  f?e  served: dae  ta*'  kr-as fron* -Staafcy Pxrk.      |  The! female iwas is p?e$i*:tt**F  ssiti^g asd it is expected these  vrB3 Si? a. broad of ytsssau s-ataas,  sdtski' Wall "te - kept- by B*fcy  Lake;7: Kesarts as a to��isi$s  iradmn. ��� -  The fsse swass. are extr?tq��ly  frteadly. ;*sd   eas ' fee  fed  ba^-^dless'to say they  m?sX ^Isjfea- ssS E2I  ��jae-sKe t&e C��fe.araf r^ely  tcra|i��*2 fey the swasss |��d  st the &a?k tseer fss- i^od.  ��� u,*^*.f.   "%^��%"  *-)-<''  , -JZ-vfr'  *i.����  Opcroro-rs Dining Room  PlCf^RED =3c**e c?e ^crN*jn end Srtl \  It-CS &�������� G CDC*.  f*W .��fe��V*y y-eSfS' CBf%3  her vpac^wg ^s-  'g-^'-^-gl yy  X CONGRATULATIONS ~  on the opening of your  fine new premises.  'S  atxoardenAay .  YOU'LL DO BETTER AT LLOYDS'  fte will  swerve  cqlj. in  be happy to]  YOU XX  sloonf  BILL & MAUREEN YOUDELL  DWING ROOM .-* OPERATORS  R|_by Lake Resont  We were privileged  fo haveZheen supplier  for the Ruby Lake Resort  ******.--! -       -  i0RTHW&T RESTAURANT &  HOTEL suppiies tfi>.  ' ' 7"! ' . '���*    - -;"'    ���*���:        -   -  y: jVancouver, B.C. -   *���__  ! CONGRATULATIONS  ��� " AND-    ;   f  BEST W/SHES" ..--->  I -' -j        FROM' ,   f  tWIM CRKK piBHa SUPPUES  Limited hi  tSibsons, B-C-j  &yj,&-  'vrssBssrstszsP'hZ??.  "?':"r^5r***-:* **-*���.  ���a-"'^,  KiB&r.���* V "-.***J-   W.C -X'?tz"> V d'Q* **^*K?flfc��'* -.'-  |*��^^4^ ^v^j^.*^.^^  PS* "P*   **"* *��� ���* I1 U **Sj ���*       Ft** ��_ O"^ **      Ffc-**    �� "a*W"P*  ft     -  j..; r-~* -J*  �����***-���  S*'  A'  h *fir~~*  "-.  *   *   i"��*. .��>    ;-.. -w&j-^ _- =��. ~     - '  -~ �� '.--as---.- -, -  ������*���"-_*,-  -.  - ^  ,  ^ **  r i **  1 -         . 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Ir' -**%** * Z tZ    i. *W.'****C.---  ���    ". _-   "^ -~ ��� ���      kS-*r f^S - -       ���  -**��� 't*^-?^���    "  X~^~ "    ^#*^^^  ?*8  Ruby Uke Reso��ts  ONT30AN e^r- SaSU^v FaA Zee, .V�� �� ^^^2  ����v ^f^erc . crc -*i : ezt frrrr* >cur rcro,-  f't  i   C:  *    *���  i *" * **  i     'fei  f    fe*  f  ft  i l:  t - ��--  i   f,  i   S"  r  x' -    -  J  i *-  --*'-���     *: ----- i y  -: b4 x  f  ?f}i  t"f  i_,t:Vi-'-aii: Tfcai��_3  _ ���    - r "*| ~~Mod��l Kitcfc����  ^*v- - ^a 3" - ~* ���   .^ ^^*-   ^*** *��       * ���"** *" *��J^*  THIS i*%TE^CR ^ttu?e:sro--S r"��  ���*���*-��?---?��=   ^*"'~  r-.<~yz-~- --* *  r*--^ "'^���^^     a * .  - ��� t  *f  SS&.So."  f-.,Mfc:ii:  *.' 3,..  i ��-������-  ��  Jb ��/"  I  b'b.  - ^ ��� *.  '.*  ^ -4,  *   .  inK  I  i'"  fc*  i  :bi  JL The  Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wed., May 20, 1964-  tieader's Right  Erroneous  statement  Editor. Thtj Times  Sir--In ypur issue of the 13th  undei  the [caption "Steady diet  of ne(.vs  I  ment  i  member of" the  u|b  (or Society)  of  [written  by  'Author's7 C  'America.  I He says 'Another beautiful  featu-e about this new food is  that ;?ou C3Jn be a positive glut-  ion day or (right arid suffer no  ciis  \LL BEEN DONE! FOR YOU  [N     KUGH.. BRICK     LINED formed her job in a very cap-  TAXi'S INT�� WHICH 'COOKS' able   and   intelligent   maimer.  ��� TO$S    THIRTY    0>R    FORJY Her    frejquent    expressions    of  * ibORt S OF WOOD , AND BtfU. strong opinions  will never of-  1T   1*7   ACIJD   FOR   A* FEW fend! Criticism is always hard  ^LOULS'*.  TJie part in  capital to take and some people find  Iptten   is nbt founded on  .facts. ' r.  '   (.Newsprint j is   made   out  groiin  ^re  is-- m  ���Opinions by our Readers  ions of her and her paper were  varied, but most people had an  opinion. She was not unknown  or ignored. People read her  paper. She got people thinking  on subjects that are important  to us, an open and frank dis-  neivs. in| tomorrows paper   ^cussion of r  blic   affairs   wiU  note a vpiy erroneous state- ��  ent    This   is.   I  .understand,    ������,���:��������, hot. w,��� \9nl���.    *��  ive  tinubles. ITHIS  HAS  predated her lively paper and  am sorry to see her go, I think  it is our loss.  ���DENNIS GRAY  Seel: Shangri-la  Editor,  The Times  f  Sir���In my opinion Mrs. Donley i as editor of the Times, per-  uuuut wood] and sulphite a: id  nmtil the paper j machine w< re  sT^t-d^   upi| .the   (percentages  85 percent ground w<  he  cf  ���rt&j-l-  it impossible to accept.  1J would like to take this opportunity to thank Mrs. Donley  and hope that she will find' a  community, where all people  can tolerate the free expression  of speech.  I ���ERIC  T.   GRAFE  ! Big response  1 Editor, The Times  . .    , Sir���May I, through the me-  ground   on   beairy   - dium  o�� your  paper   express  ���arid 15 percent ] sulphite, it!lis  -now approximately 78 percent  "grouni \vooji and \2Z percent  ��� sulpha :e. The graundwood is i ot  pcooked in* js digester at���all-l-it  stones and! ijsed raur. Also it is  mislej ding^ p $ay j ��� 'cords of  wood'*��� alliX-Qod:first goes thru  a* chiiperja'rd is cut to smill  pieces aboii: s^veni-eighths 'of  an inrh loitg and 'it used to  take i?leve!n| hoi^rs to cook in  sulphu rous-j i * cid.! The time" 1 as  na. dc ubt. 'ji een   reduced   w ith  correct  doesn't  i ity  of  dians  If he  does:  no mo-e speak correct English  than  'said.  lo    Americans.    Enofigh  ���Tl Borradaile,  Gaijian Bay,  B.C.  Appredktied  Th<: Times  i wo id ,like to voice J my  atioii to Mrs; Joan     ._ _^__  ���M leditor of this] pa-  Ladies auxiliary  successful test  Editor,  ^jSir-  apprec,  ley f(f  Jer. ^He wbrked hard and ban  estly iand iojr a^good deal [less  -ft-  V than it  .'     frl  my heartfelt thanks to the  [people of the Secbelt Peninsuja  | for their gracious help and  I kindness extended to my son-  >and family. I was deeply  | touched when I heard how the  I people responded with gifts of  i food and furniture to .the burn-  ! ed out family.  I was greatly shocked when  I heard of the tragedy but I  am   thankful   there   were- vs^-  casualties. /**    ������  Again my sincere thanks to  aU. i  Julia Campbell,  , West Vancouver, B.C.  ithe  alvancemenit of  techrupal. -  jkfiowlndgc .1  ^^%av og^W i&aded',. ^..fcrgbst \  l^ulphl p mill in. Canada 40 ye irs;  ^ag6 aid- als)' lived |in"-Iroquois *  rFalls  in No rtfae ri Ontario jfor '  two y��ata wiere the;.paper ma-;  cftine* were the- largest in dan- \  ada a: the time, t speak fr >m ;"  first ^amd.kaowledge. ��� - ���  -���,-  -��. L. COPE \  Bilii.gmZ  Editor   TheL Times  Siir-Regajriing. Mr; Giovapi- the Roberts Creek and area  Delsperajs [fetter re balingiial- Players Club Jias -selected the  ism it* -wfatth b|e states; Hat name of "Tide Water Players"  French Canadian? do not spiak for their dramatic group, The  FrimcbJ    Surely    he    name was submitted by Gloria  Home plied  in early fire  AN EARLY morning fire Worn  pletely demolished the \Wilr  son Creek home of Mr. Hlmry  Gilbertsop Wednesday, M^ay  13.  ���  Together "in  thel home  jvith!,!  Mr.  Gilbertson was his da igh  ter, Mrs. Ed Campbell and  i     i  i  After the blaze  S^OKllNG REMAINS of the home of Henry Gilbertson,  "Wilson Creek. A pile of ashes.'twisted metal and the  chimnjsyJ Four occupants  were lucky to escape with  their life's.  her-  imagine that the ma.or-  English speaking Cajaa-  speaj't   correct   English.  ie errs-^Canadi-ans  RdbartsCredc  dramatic group  Fyles of Hopkins. Their next  project will be a stage variety  ishow, performed on a float  which will be in the July 1st  parade.' ���*  Anyone interested in���dramatics and stage production can-  Ethislgroup which meets at  Roberts Creek Community  on. the 3rd Sunday of  every month at & pirn, or by  contacting Bud Blatchfcrrd,  president.  three children. Mr. Cam" bell  was working night shift at  Port Mellon at the time.  Mrs.   Campbell' awoJ<��  about  1    a.m.    and    smelted    sn.oke  '.which, .she discovered %as t oih:  ing  from  upstairs, where ! Mr.  GilhertsSn   was   sleeping.   Sjhe  -nnmediafdy ' riished. \ up-, and?  assisted her father1; "out of the'^  house taking ohe7of the"*cSiil!d"-'  ren with her before calling  neighbor for h'elg.'!      '     "  The neighbor, Mr. Ed Eiie^-  son rushed' into Ithe biasing  home and got the other, Uyo  youngsters out, toj safety before makingy an,-attempt to rje?-  move some of the1 content^, of *  the home. His- attempts'* were  ended when the roof caned in.  Although the tire departnient-  was on the, scene (Shortly .ja'ter  being alerted, the^e w��s little  they could do to save the hquse  and its- contents.'    -  The stricken family spent  night  with relatives.   It is  ported there was no insura  on the house or cjontents.  Steps were taken almost1  mediately by a  number of  cal institutions  toi provide  sistance for thefifamily. "^  i  m  %  ��� -3      "   "��  -  X "���'W'-'a  1  .      -  t\  \  , *p  ��      4  +  i  .,Vt >  ���*��>  **"l           *  1  1    * ���"���    ���       V  '* * ^ ',**  ���� *  *'  *���  t  *���.*-��*  7    "*..          '       -  i.-f-C  \  \  f       Losing battle  QdlCKlLY' ON THE. scene when alerted, but the fire in  burnt to1 the ground".  tiie  i  re-  ntje  im-  lo-  as-  this  Wtison Creek home had. too firm a .hold and  j{   DRAMA NiGHt  i ; ELPHINSTONE SECONDARY SCHOOL  Friday, May 22nd of 8 p.m.  ONE ACT PLAYS  i     !   from Roberts Greek' Elementary School,  Render Harbour and Elphinstone Senior Secondary  pleopleT realize.  LADIES  Auxiliary  of  Branch  140. Secbelt, held a very successful tea on Tuesday  afternoon. May 12.  The opening remarks were  made by Mrs, Alice A. French  iri her own inimitable style.  Mrs, French is a charter member and also hold?, a life mem-  Jbcrshipi in this Branch. .She  was presented with, a beautiful-  corsage in the color tones of.  tce Legion, yellow and purple.  Mrs. -Elsie Foster of Selma  ebnveiied the tea, and with the  eapable.help of her assistants,  proved1 bow, tasty and colorful -  fbod and, be served. Mrs. A.  Bafchelar and Mrs.-- F. D.  Kydd were in charge of home-  bakingj "The quilt raffle was  won by Mrs.' M. Cook, and door  prize went to Mrs. P. Messant.  President Jessie Lucken wishes to exterjd her grateful  thanks! and appreciation to ev-  ^ryoaej for their services and  attendance.  Sd��0' iwfIf--  BMMBSAWm PIA  C@(SJcft Fores  \ ^    S-*-^ Jj. -j"  'Jf* &  9"* if V.'Jj^'*"-?^^*      j.  Travel by train ���* you'll enjoy  mare1 withHhese features  ereciining seats .., full tengti|i ie^  ���space to move arouid     v-  ealt seats reserved,, no extra  For jurther informatioh  and reservations, contact yout*  Travel Agent or Canad ian-Pacific bf  TBAiNS/ T��UCHS/Srt)f*5/i��U��iNE  *a*f��,..y-.^.>^,.i, ,,.*,** ������.wi��...<....n ii-��� um. ��� hijjjw'li."'^..ha" i. ��� ���' ��� .vn: it,gj'"j',.|i'".y.'J"; ,'!���?''tf.J*sg'J!"15'..'< "wg*''t*i~j?T_.-"'Si"* v.J1".' ��� t my.>w!!,j.'w|" ���**������" f Weekend  accident  i DRIVER $F THIS car, ifrederic M. Lee of Poit Mellon,  was fined: SISO.tK) yafter he had been, char ged with  impaired driving foliowipg a collision with �� parked  ! vehicle last ^veek.  NOT TOO  cutting firew  nothing more illegal  (must If ind other means  Not long after he came ta this decision two oi  patronk decided to go: nto the woodcutting  They bought ja power saw and  L<j)NG ago onje of our lesser lights  Ed Green  who did  than sell whiskey,^decidedthat  od was get ing too hard for him  :o do. He  o get his winter's! supply' cut. ~.  his best  business.  i were    looking j- for    custom" xs    their back cut: wfaei.  when Jhey ran into the .bo it-    out of steam.  : lel^ef  who   let  his   wants   be  known. There was, he said, a  ; huge fir close to his house tliat  contained    several    cords ; Sf  : wood  and  if~ they  wanted -.' he  they ran.  . Once again*they crew a bottle against their ai count, and  after absorbing ! pan of their  bottle they went -oi: with the  final cut. Unforthnaely it was  !job to! fall, yifut and pile the getting dark sojthty went to  ! wood in hiishfed they were w el- ; the tavera to?thi&tilings over.  a few spots of  pair    pealed  come to it. They agreed to do They did a. lot bt - thinking,  it and said hey would stirt among other things, and were"  next day-; ; able Ao. stagger j hope without  Unfortuhateljy this agreem mt    too  much .trouble.  Next morning j the'v were up.  early and hit for tie job, and  another bottle, j Af er letting  half of this trickle jdown their  parched, throats tfcey started  their saw and, wei�� on with  the:"cut until  they  was made in the local tavern  and as anybody knows, a era-  tract -isn't' legal in Sechelt in-  less ii has tjeen blessed with  ale. Our amiaile  the.ir - agreem mt  at  with several more pots until  closing  time  they  were  in   a  sad   state.   "They   were   in   a  ! worse! one ntxt morning wnfen  ��� they   awoke   with  monumei tal  hangovers   and   clearly, in  no  condition^" to  do  anything xse-  ;ful. But a bargain is a bargain  ! and in dueycourse they landed  at - their   friend's   house   ; md  sized  up ��� the   tree.  It was one of the few ���, remaining' "bji g ones" bong  about six feet thick at the b itt-  Tbe very size ^frightened sur  two hardy souls, who had b sen  prepared to tackle anything up  to    six   inches.   This- cte-ii?r  heard  the  tree "talking." To their horror  it started to fall! the wrong way"  and   a   moment   la er  it   had"  crashed through th<   shed. -   '  Of course their employer,  didn't applaud this action. His  shed was flat land his house  had escaped by he merest  fraction: Well.) he reflected,  this idiotic pair wo dd have to'  build a new shed and fDI it  with wood-   -   -j - -  "Us build a shed'" the outraged spokesman skid. '"What  ever gave you [ such a crazy  idea. We agreed in fall- the  tree and cut it up. We never  'i ' said   anything  about   crawling  into a- shed-to do it. No. well  have to draw tip -another contract; We didn't guarantee not  to bit^She shed. That was an  Act ef God/'  ZX  And thatV the way it had to  be. It eventually cost a case of  Scotch but they did finish it-  called for a drink or tyo.  They made a. bargain vitlf  ! their employer whereby: he yras  ! to furnish them with'a bottle,  at  bis  ozytr pricej  of  coarse,  and   thisb they   assured   him,  would furnish them with the in-  I spiratioh needed to tackle such  ia job. b    j    It took half a bottle before* ^f^Q    someone   Jelse    -asked  ! they   took   a   second   look   ar   tfcem to saw sdme wood, they  ithe   tree.   Somehow   it   didn't    fyt jq their~~petekets and then   .  ilook so "fearsome: So they took    refused.^-    :��� ~~  the outer: half of the bottle_ano7��� ."There's  bo   money   in   it,"  ! started their saw.      __ as    their    explanation.    "We  Things   went   fine   and   they    WOrked bard  apd  got nothings J*  ! eventually   nagged   an   under-   -^0    |et  somefcpdy  else."  i cut iff the front, or what: they        '   ��� I  called the "front" which might    PILLAR OF WOOO. .  be anywhere  They did get the       Lady drivers (are every-ifaere  big   chip  out  and   started   on    around Sechelt [nay-- They are  IlIiliiSMII  ��mmwsnmi mmm  GARDEN BAY BOAT WORKS  MechanicaL&yfiecaTiea^ Repair*  A COMPLETE LINE OF-BOAT REPAIRS  Garden Boy,>.C:     '��� Phone 883-2366  driving' giant   size   cars   and ~  have pint size dogs with them.  Each*time I see them I am reminded of the story being told  by a Sunday-school, teacher to  his class. He vividly described  how Lot's wife was turned into  a   pillar -of- salt  but  it  made  little impression on little Jirs-  my.'Wbea the teacher pressed ���  him. "as to  why he thought sn !  little of the story Jimmy said: j  "Pooh, that's nothing- "Mommy j  was drivng-iBer car when tfce j  little dog "pumped oter the seat J  and   she ' turned   into   a   tele- j  phone pole." _.   j  NO  CHANGE  Things haven't changed sgich  since the "good old davs.** A  *ihan- took his old clock "to the  jeweler to   have   it   repaired. -  When   he^- called   for. it   the  jeweler  asked him  if he  had  read *tbe  note -pasted   in -the  back of the ancient cksckr The  man said-he hadn't andTwatch-:  ed as the jeweler took out the*  back again. There was the picture of" a man with walrus mustaches \ with his name and oc-  cupatio!| under it. On a- ilip c��  paper �� was  writtenr-tfae follow-.  ing- bV  "Repaired���Oct.   6.   1SSS  Weather, clear  National affairs, muddled.  "Fve brought it up- to date  said the jeweler. There was any  other, slip of paper pasted  in  that  said:  ,   "Repaired���Nov.,  1963  Weather awfuL "_ ._  "--   National  affairs,  still* mndd^  led.  - "  STEAM   LAUNDRY  While the liquor store for  Secheit question seems to be  answered there are a few more -  question I would like answers  to. Why did -the commission.  ignore..a vacant store near-the.  Post Office and what architect  designed the new. mausoleum.  Tjn, Inlet Ave.? It looks more  hke a steam! laundry than a '-  store and come to think of "it  that's where the jaibtic "will g<*f  through the wringer, which is  generaEy the case when buy-J  ins watered stock so perhaps  the" resemblance isnt too xn\  accurate. -. j .  COURTESY CALL |  Speaking of liquor that is wa- :  tered  reminds  me of -a   time :  when I  wrote one  of the  big- I  gest distilleries.- in Canada a sd j  asked   faow   vodka   was   madel j  They didn't answer at once and  I thought  they   were  ignoring  such   a   request.   They   didn't.  One da? a well dressed highly .  personable   foung: man   called  at my home and told  tne  be  was   the   salesman    for   this  area and he had beeri, asked to  tell me how vodka was made  He said7 it was common." ordinary  grain alcohol  triple  distilled   and  filtered  so   oa   impurities remained. It was thee  aged two  years,  filtered  once  more   than   diluted   with. pure  water.. Eeing-.so-; pure   ir bad  neither .odor   or   taste    Well.  I've got news for him, neither  has   pure   water,   the  kind   we  get   here  and   it .doesnft  cost  S2S a gallon. i. __   I  The Seehelt Peninsula Times, Wed., Moy 20, 1964 Page 9  ilson Creek notes \_=  l ������By Me bei Wcgraan  L\ BENEFIT DANCE win beheld for JMr. and ifrsl Ed  ��� Campbell and family and Mr.-Henry Gabertski jwho  "lost everything in a fire on Wednesday, May J3- jThe  dance/uith Mrs, Sundi Reid of Wfiscn: Creek as <*oh\*etier, -will be held on Saturday. May 2Q> at 9 p,m:f in* the  "Wilson Creek Community Hafl." Admission-by .donation.  It is hoped all commiinfties on the Peninsula ��fIL help  in some way or another.      ���*^ \     ~ '      '-.  GENERAL  MEETING  - A general-meeting of the-WIl-  scn Creek Community was  held May 13 at S p.m. wiih IS  "members  present.   Plans   were  discussed fcr the future extern   LOST HOME     -  din- cf the ball park. iaclLsEng  ,     Mr. Henry -Gilbert.--** *da-;h-  .nc��- bleachers  ard back stopj'-' cer Joyce,'soc-iB-ta**. T..t Ci"hi-  plus general *improv��neQls._  ' offer from" an "anonymous i5ii-  cr. cT t2Q0. towards the worfc  . was   greatly   accepted   by   tbe  ! president. - -  Orv Mcscrip attend2d or: behalf of the Little League Base-  bail teams, and made : several  valuable suggestions.  " vA. .social, evening fbliowed.  Rehreshxnents were served. A  game  c��  cribbage on :the   go  "was en^*yed-by several members..  .;. *.  ���'  Bay area. {-.*_-      - .*" - ~  Sharon snd D-'asa Ke*".et ^z��  Mrs-  HekE.  Sir.clair   zie t?*n��� j   '.-_  -- ding  the holiday   T*��r^.-i etc   at-^J--  B-iilsngham.  "���   - . - ! b bi  1-5 -  ���v      .  tr.r .r  -.   ca  Wtdnesdxr. S^ay 13   Th:i t'  ��-_! be r^-sr.etabered  ai  or.e <-.t  the first pzzneer fcorre* cf WC-  "soc. Creefc.  Frkcd: ] "-Has ycur |.:r.*- edr  ��� ucaiiec--proved cf-icai va'-U"1--"*  Fathertl'-Yes,lsdz<A. h br-s  entirely esr:-d -tzis^ m'Jser of  farassfug fabcut* hi*r.."f  *mm**&*****^**i**^m******i**t****9,*r  ���f:  rr  --   ���  .   ��� ,  '  J.*  \ i  ^      ��  ;** -  FAMILY  SERVICE  - A special Family Service  was held in the L'nited Qiurch  of WHsoa^ Creek. May 10. The  Sonday, School children took a  considerable part in the service  and presented the paretss with  gay corsages fcr Mother's Day.  _Miss Campbell's message  'Where Gcd Is. love dwells asd  a bouse becomes a home* was  in kszping with the day. A-  a-ard pins were presented to  thi chiMra-. for "regular attendance far _-cce_ year and- pcrtiocs  thereof. y   :. ~ \ ~  - "Following the service, which  was well attended, the congregation was invited, ta "remain  for a cap of tea in the SS roenz.  NEW-RESIDENT   ;  A ���seLcctne goes our to a  nsw setgftbour. Sf rs7 ^#ah Aa^'  giin. '���- fro at- Vasc��iver. who  clans  to   reside   n   the   Davis  MALAWHAMA  DRIVE-IN "--  Selma Park  I m *;     _  -  COviLETf. FA.W1L.Y AKD  PA^fTY MEALS T0 GO  CktSCaa Oim*  Try;ct*��' homemade.  I Doughnuts     ',  Pfijne 8S5-2|7a  I-    Of EH      ''    I  .1  _     t  i  -  ��� This free re?T-i<-srfcr cf c=r-i^- events '���& S %��<%���><& C*  ��cCH��LT. ACENC'tS LTD. P*-^r* S��cne:r ?e|4--4^��  Tores &'t*ct: to- free S��>"-5��� %z*szit\-^x- "Dctei.Pfi  ' Pfec<�� rcf* ther spece k l.frared c-d ����***-. cc.c-cf i4?��  tr^y Kc����'tp l-ftl t*^r t^rrz C\SZ t*-a=r *J4 * C -re-* "<f<  tar.r.- crJy. cs-d ezrecx c*��<^-5 'csty (4t cere :s.  V^rv   22������C*crrc  rsfsri^d.   sier'j'^:|irte  H j^. it:    -:  -     ?-"-"     :           "    .  -       - -       i -             _. y.  . Mw 2!>-C AP. iw**.n^                                I I  Miv   2?---C��.'��*   er*:   ScC;Ol.   rt-l'e  Gr&il, "Af   i  .V*> 30���-cere*.-** Dc-ce >'  '5^-  t*>t>  \ASC rr-ecvz ' ^^   Kerr^f*'i h-crte. . *  .- ,!  .   t  .-'.  i*  *.7��S  ���** J.-  /���*r  ~v*.  j".  *1k  - WEST SECHELT . . .    [  fRETlREMENT SPECfALf   1  ���    2-BEDRCOM ��� 3 YEARS CLO j  - -"    ���   : SS500.00 CASK -1-  -y-      -      Z      XI  SECHEIT AGENCIES LTD]  REALTY end INSURANCE     j   j .  Wharf ffoadL ! Ph��ne 885-216!  'U ' i  SZ!  #  'M  it.  ��r  if-  V-*  *a  4:  h: Pag ilOThe Sachet* Peininsu  By Jack 06irisbM;P.  ���PHiRE-iuSBEEH a lot<|f talkjceben^y &��& Quebec  'opting o��t" of certain natioijtEtl programs. Ottawa  is diso being accused of naking impoiant las. concession j to the pf evinces. Some hav^ evei gone so far as  jn in * aaJt ^ gjg vd messing the breaMng up of  VIS  Ottawa  o Times, Wed., Moy 20,1964  More acres, less  to biggest mat  i federation.  !*thfe fcrtrth'..    "|.  - ;Xbu   provinces,   faced   with  risks;* costrfor educatios- and  social welfare, are demanding  more revenue. Ottawa, ta or-  der ji haft thei' may meet some  of u"tese. obligations, ** reiucr-  insj 'afer share <*$ otir personal  ineoaie--iaal. Thife is a coaees-  sitk:-!-Batyit is, also- setting its  -ltoass:.Ei .oiuer-iin other %ays.  -.TlM'-'i-Jaft^t shot', was fired "by  Mr. EHskytekb, **& ^-"si*21  .oij.P^r^'or^*-: In effect, he  saa^Jk-tbi pijoiiinees want  trees .  Netfeiiig, ho^ jrever, could  se&gsi Tr^is  ". they ;w2l h^ve  selves.    II  fridges  have to raise  Traffic jam foreseen  in provincial  be further front  da Highway,  .$ baM. It Ibsta  want   more  ids  they  heir -own taxes.  'FPeeiOaa to- **&& <*dT '��*" s&ar*  ed prsgf-^sillke Mghveay  baiid "ng h- "*& wry well. Bat  itsst ,asoviace fcpts out" -the  ���federbl    gsvssjit&est    m i f h t  ���a."K3  ���*/.  .* i  V*  -���;-.. ���  i..:  ���.���.j.-  ���/�����  ���.*���*-  b;"  ���*���"���  :C*j  *|i*i"  -*Y.- .*  s^:  .���?���:':  ft  ���-'."���<  part  1843.  id .st-blda  sarsp:**-- drop t|J^ program  its'; entirety.  'Biiihwayi, lllbi social security s&d edaeatiiita, Is largely ar.  area. oOso^s&t resgGBS&afe  ty. ib^^ever,. lit, |0rd��r to bulls'  ���tasaaf stahiSkrd {rom coast tc  ceasJJ; 'Ottwa^e&cidsd. ts  pay  idf'-?_#  ctsfe. -S&astffig  it .put  Port Mellor News  vjssrofe-r  "-Mi*.  t**s  strb  i*tit-  be '*  rsp  was ap to .sa-  m least' 50 per  i . v. t  cent bf th*. money���as "much  ' as'S�� per e art where- tha going  wal roagh.  Nod- Otfc-wa intends J& P��H  back.! Mr.  Be^rsaa hfe  g$ne  even farther. He .has- said, that  the federa. governsjeatj' $n&  ml-embark ca aay-ne-fe^sha^sd;  cost. progrvs ms wilhout the f_U  sai^ott" of att- the petsvisees.  it any esse ����**&&_ ."cs��s-7oy*"  the entire sehese 'may ._e  dr&pp^dL]'  pooler provinces ��� and"  eje is sine-of-them���are the  lasersl federal standards wili  not, and 'cannot, be maintained  right -across-the co&ntry. The  richer pro>* sees -wHi keep more.  of their wealth at home. They  wiU Sje.-bet ;er cS. ^ut the na-  ti*Ja as a wtsofe stay Ipse sotae-  thiagjla th; process. ^  Thii- mae S:See.nss ualStely-. As  the slsared -ccfst- prograjms dis-  apj��3tr the respective areas..of  federil ard |-p��**��iQiciaJ- j^ris-  d^ttoh wiU fcewose more- clearest. Store taxes-will have to  l��.-.iatised- fe r -.the prvtyhzcial 5&T-  "^ot-��Ms '<ddeh "are spesdiag-  -.tis_mj-.A_d those - of tss wfe��  hacve [ta. .pa p -wil have a dearer Mea .erf  feattsa} perf��� >rmacee.  "CANADA IS HEADING for a Treiriendousj  In the forests unless We regulate (Uhtje flow  lisli adequate controls; T siajd y,  oi tiie Federation of Canadian  at the annua! luncheon meeting of tlfej CFA eff B.C.  Sane direction of pakSie ase  is a pjibllc educator.  >yhVM��n>S  *Jij.S  oods  " afftc jam  nd estab-  "alnisKfla,! President  rekr? Association,  :ie CFA  , ia  forest   areas   poses   many grardfatbers and at the same Ume  more/thaa half-as much  protjiems;   asela&iag   the   so- time  hesosait^ stead2y  more a��ai^ 3S/^e spends at work.  straetioa M ihe isublie fc ^��d mobBe. The ear is as cemroaa, *^|*s p&stv of tide to jump  behavior^ Hanisa said.  This a^suas'iiol?! item as the Mtj ^ ^taiswd ^> fis-Ong.or  is a fSesa wins^ preseats * d> <*W stoej -Sur fflKfre comraesi jjauHag oj. just issjjing.  rect challenge to the Csmdmn ia, fid j_ajk"tla horse and fceg*- __  For��sliy Assoeataoa is its rote ^ i| ^y;-^e 4assJ and at fi^ CO-OPERATIVE  EFFORT  pneje oi eats il-feSl ^> feather Siniffple t&e jforestry shotsM  liiMIND tKS f��RESSO��jc  POIMTS ' *  "!St -the 'root* <-" ��ar -pscj8e��  *- the feet ^st.tSse potation  ��_ inersa^ng: "feeyesd t^e mess  optimistic    forecasts    of    our  To show iilm  aisx]  problem these people notrJTave  infinitely more leisure than we  dreained of just a few years  ago. And as we continue to  automate they wiit>ave more /  aa3 more leisure^ /  "With- the widespread 4��-hoj/r  week we" have today, leTs/see  what time the o^iaary J^s- has  left to |KHSue his . avtierations.  Let's admit ihat be 'rtMhl sleep  eight hoars a da>)b**ich is  probably a little above average. He has ����*��� used up SS  hours of his/lSS-lKHir wedt.  Ihat leaves Xz hours rd free  fastsr aid ssore tilsea^y ,-thaa/  E��bb!_a e��ek* _ld:  mo je r eoplI. RtOHE  CAfS, ft'ORE VEISUKE  7  Sd*we i^re nJfre|p��^e"��iSi  more cars, Toicotspoosd ^e  f: J.. I  ��: visiting  $tt~3snd-M  ileSsst,  4jiag. 5a*tlff  "l-safei?  MONTBLY SO-GTiKG  held MajLJ.4, Mrs  meetiiig will be beld  Hildas haB. Mrs. AttewiaH, regional  attend and give a talk  sd also show a 61a- Tfes- ^���h-  _ __     er four auxiliaries. Pesder ^ar-  *here"t^ ibatTfar   *��E- H��lits��ia  Ba/.  B<l>t��s  Creek and- -GUjsssss/ are* alio  of Sechel  ):���'Hospital Auitiliary was-  J. Bedman i^restd  Friday, !".!ay-  'se_lss*C"ia33  G,--i Taylor,��  ,yS*��y&sr wil  ils^f' Bffeea &  :"'*" ifeeocsnpan*  |s��! Pssrt   Melfet  isfil  poster 73ar!e-7Ba!sae -soi-W-mge s  Sf**t7i��  ������ - .  St :*t'-f-  ���By Undo. Moims   _be fcsld JuS�� n *�� ^u ^f6!"  V  v^ed. W'e.bcsfte fcr a vesy] gpd'  toiaou*.- as U<_s will be, fe:pp��-  sni, ta aB mambers who wJLsSfi to  ���sanrtkipate.  -Ftaass- fer j&e-^ssseekite ^e^ to  'in- , ahv  Aferafeassi.  She ***  ��^ tr^etr daEs^stier S  Ikjru  to  fastest J ��?_ *T JE  were* 'Hi-.! G��|ks! Mlsra, ^^s*  d*sf;j Mr. S. Whiting:,, GOssens,  vlce^ipesidt rta;,. Mrs.. Veras ^��sr-  sasv Gibs ons. seesetaiy-erca-  saGper, I^cistives'were-Mr. Art.  Grefsslh, ?%si.-M��fflast; Mr."B.  St *0es_s 2 sd Mrs.. E. Godfrey, "  both:--'��!7 Gi isom.  JJeer   ss�� rnbes*   and' vtsshats  .>are -��*-e Jx o ta e. -Kefe��sfeni��B_"  "were1 ssrrzd by tsersber^. cf  -the WA Si* Park Jif^i^ C��s-  assssSy- CSssstrh.-.  The   Eriise   (M. --wSS  feoM^  tl^S isatth tealge wr^iaf !'ca  *ls.y-+ 25', ii -S ��'<aaek.--,-i�� -|_��  o -  -.SFOSTS-  T-tn'-e ' -Heart "Mepei*~"iia2��i*!ale  ��as- '-tseM: "ttt Seas-  sMe, P^rtl Melfes ssr$ Jilay IS.  T&e weaker beiszt at -'its best.  a lai^e'is e*.8��r ��f gareiSs sand7,  pr��^s��te^|ar* tss����S wjt tot the  emaL  ��ray. it .,vpa*.,,*SM|^t'[.:Sh��t  che.  Cents  isessffis rsske 'tiHtlr ;o��n- ee  w&ar- ta the teasj Jest *fa*- *  ef fisa. ' j  Sirs.. A. WiSiass. se��Bai: <k*-  vseer,  gave  _  report  sa i  the  cansjs^ ibey ;��te' ssaSssit ?w -&��'  Ss? haspltiL Anysse if bo -coa* . *?o��-  sldars ihez2s*Iv*s'':'& #aisS ia��iw&  year help wsold tse g^*��lpr |sp-  predatail  TSeiKts;   os   the.  eiacS*-.  May 22  &k volunteer **??*��**&, in .ibje hospital.  refK-rts-  mectiag  Gets1  a v^ry rk  ��-ffiS^ers-  available  will  end  set   are  ����ir  . Mrs. Jf^, "Si?dss33s vo&s^eered  aa-  T6e ps:  to sesfressst Secfcell at ths  |-��2i BCHa fes�� &e feeld at tfee  "Gee^rgsa Hotef,. Sespt. 9, SS Bead  IS- -Mirs. &r-Hali ��eiS fee    '"'  sate <^.^��Me sssd 3��r$. C.  ��>r 3&d Mrs. A, 3l��2s��5ap(  to aKecd 41**^' ���--.  Mrs. W. Srartassrk. ***{r|sr-[-  Ba:*#e a^ 38r$.- J. Re 4*  feresgfet -6a��l6 y��cry- fetfbc?iifpv<e  pass wesa *if wife*  ��ct -* fcS-r& wufe as teieraij-  C. ��.* S1COTTE  EUU.002IKG ^niv^cs  ta��d CSassfi*} . lsea��st^f  ^^Bff?4.'R>W^f 1*fltf?ifftij|'  ff*&^ ESTtMATtS  Pli&s�� 836-2357  HA  ��q-  $ad a  -e��sr w-  -  Sag.'A special  22, ���:! pjm. at St:  r^ress-a'^tive' will  *r��m    the;    Reposal  ijejd raceatJy at Barn-  ce dsy acd feel tfeey-  leS-.-o:s whit volsasieer  ^-fer tfesjir :fes?*lt3ls:  *l%day.   Jus? 2$, is- date set  a  fei-sfe-ss-'sssaja's  luncheon  to lietheid.,st;t^e.ias!t3ife,is:...Se-  fstft- H:;*^'''tiiy_:0C>' pjn.  shd "ssppors!  year.  adMary,:a4^ a&o1:^^  '���Sale ! "break.  ess  isrld:  ssia:  s��0tli  Jfase  ier,.  isaeasst^  T*ssrs_*s-  "F  tiie' last <sse  Hie  fisst  -ateeSa|  ia  Sept  be -��S*��a��isdf:&om -tbe see-  esswtsss'  :���> | tse   as��d  ��t-*��fee ^:a-  be a co-cpersSve ��S��rt cf in-  das&y '33_ ^f&versgaea,, Mr.  Harrssgi maitrtaaaEsL **Let"s  devekf* all the va&*s seaaxftteg  ires* fedssuiat sxasassment la  aa orderly, systematic- i*-  shkas." he urged. To do' this,  we "must establish prtornl&s lo  the ead thst ihe forest wiU con-  tinne U> make its greatest c^i-  . tifbutios to the ecoasuay ef the ,  eousiry and it the. ssme time .  provide the widest-:-ad.'rastages  "to as many people 'as possiis*le. -;  CFA W THE  FICTVKE  -Where, dses the:'. CFA cottte  lata' this " pletare?" Harrison  asked. "Ohvioasly; ia thasy  .ways, for we. are dealing hefe-  first and fqressestf with ?i����$-  .*B��k$; cf ccsservasisa. I believ|e  |ts Imo&t. eifectrre ;c?H-irifestKSi  fsili; be snade ,1a the" field Hi  pubSIc &$Beatii!a. ia. the yah &��  ^stehdiag fo��J ettixetaJaSji -be-  yoasjj the ccsSaes ..oi urbaa er  rural settlesseat*.. Use CFA can  he % most osefal wMsIe. ���    5   ������'  ^pj-olin HnrfSmiHrPk,  Refrigeration  'fl:. 1 "  POST MEU.OM  ���' TO PEND��R HARSOUR  I  Pfe^fie 886-2231  :: feeaa 9��jm* toS:30pJea,  imw  In aid-hi Htssiry Gilbertision aund Mr. and  Sffrb. E*i Campbell ancl family. Victims of  ftirc whicb destroyed their "home and  belongings last week.  Dancing fo live Music  R^-frcsi smenteptts^^ - Admissina by Danntioit  Furtlser lalxwrmotipe 7��til--S8S-4^7! ��_  -**a#^&  J*-W-.-flt. " j  P***-**-  '-i-"^  |fc-"-  Tfte Sechelt Pemassle Times, Wed., May 20, ,-$*64 f%ge Tl  The Fact x Is  * ������By Ray -KtcsfintfA^.  I SEX WHERE tbe coaches of the kids* bail lealns are  ;      up to the same old thing that iasf been going7 on; for *  JyearsL They are not only expecteSL tojcoacii the {tep^lsw_  !but they are also operating a tax-! service for "thi! ykxzzg  rfdlows- .1 can't for tfce life of me'{see ysrfiy parents can't a-!  ; get oct  g?*rf   da^*"soffietfcing ts  -  " '    j? ' ;���\ *" --' *  ��� help these 2=es. ff the-pa  rests  DURING THE COMDaG weeks we hope to publish tiie  pictures of men on the Peninsula who givi so wiE-  l-ingly of their time in coaching and caring for ihe youth  , of the Peninsula- Pictured above is Don Douglas giving  , the boys ef tbe Gibsons Legion train Ja few printers cm  ! how to handle tbe4*at Don is (he owner of D. fe. Bcsglas  fVaristies 4*; Paints in Gflisons- J j        :~  People^ plcfces & things  -7.7.'' ---:'���*By::Rosy ani Alex Smplcias  WELC05IE AXD happy holidays ts yoa*-weekend campers irons the 1*!g city. Oar sons; Ricky', ami John,  have ftrought home -a booklet! called My-ook._whl_fi is  published iy the high, school studentsuit; Gibsons- and  it is fnllj ef talent.; Dsane Tioiisteiassn idesctibed:  'We had'fbaaV fairs'<M5r :-X~~~"X~X~~~"   ~~~    "  come ta End this Hole place.X.gcs^swfemEsgy everywhere-  _t*i .^ii. a  &��n,  and  pate,*:  .    May- is  fhere-TTfes  i-cherry' h*  ,es��daSy  qsaSty" -aE-fes very  lis -,csa. sse^r -easy  '%" beaatifai- sMcfh  dbgwacds. stpjsfe "'-asd.-'  sssca$ asd lilac "are!  aKraetive gsd frig-'  raht. Ibete .are marry is^rfest-  in�� plac*- > -", ��C the hbeek isp.  Tfef cirsSt "grocsds at'-ttSse--  foaA- c�� -J3$___fi-se-.--Bo_d .are  is. iise ti^sse days- There-are,  *tab*Jes7 fl :e^aces asd a !psbSc*  beach: C> "Park Ave. there is}  a be=a-h shkb is ectside.'Ss:  fssoc et -sgl-sKsg ���.* fairy-sale  ���boas?. 03 '*_�� feesrh * sifs  tvads* 7~cr the tirsd ernes���  ��� rest*: cs the fesce. *Dr. I~ B.  TUsasjsaA"- Ycu wiB agree tfeafc  J  Please- I par is  s?eed  TSE^AGEES: Girfs ixks^  isi-.-bessass '7o5pcstiis5S��S' cr-  "sidar tsa. .W* 'need a Piace-  * eest Ber^a is this, area; ass  :c��_ae where--.everyoce is rsedj  c�� beip can csE. -Ssiccessfel .ess-  pJsysss. or- espsyers- wui "payj  * Ecdest ssss t5.-3*ake �� q^cfc  zcassxX. As rfi s. Bcry, ��s -se*---  ecaier tey^* {^o?���rry. cs��i-  isg^Jb���ip. .�����itc^ci-.tha** there a  rns ccs-. ecsjetist- aaaiiaSe.  - cr rseascE2fcfe-- Is . crai-y cses  Is '����ts est'' cC -ts��*a feel?. s4  ths p2rsaa fcfr��d spssd thesr  -nsat^y eiseadsere asd are ac4  jsaflibJs- staii Kr��_is- pj  ��"I''X''j* !  As   estal^satd   eapicymssL  ?fgy. fcr-v ne=-   s-v-=se=    __4  se is rffit-      " -^-^��t Mcozd ss^y the eesd*  isse r^sd a eqts-   ^f-  sua-y  ^ssp��ctne   es,pioyf  ers-      _ ��� X  Ctee- ����' ess- readers suggests  that -��eris3 2ie s=ssai 2icj-  tsres. that sase fin= cf p&sssf  gns^SK*- fervse e^iid be cade  tvauai^ es cse of e* ��i��p��-  viSt fws_s?s a ?Jysracd Uj��-  rsal cr _s_- aad a piace*-^*  t_e _~3 ��_pat -isr beadc-.  f^fwrfjs,. h-yf-tr* nssjt ��_|.  e��35&te the isssse s- a ��s4  ��_r. w   - !  E^dty 'catar ^t csf fcs-" ��^-  _fee sa^s, acrsss' tfe2-$treec asst-  ���afess day   pisesrs  {s$ rkfra-s-ay*- at. U��  At she Its^ *sf -se read is thc  Fcressy-Cass?, -vhich b t-  rcidy fiii _S cassjar*. ��res  vaisc-ys-  | pasts    oC- . Ascfka.  aJ that tMs  L is the --{eeJd ��4^re- tSsre- - are  If ysx  _a_l sac ssr tery  ser��;se   se  hare  *a  ai��p��t  ailaSie.  ���spere beisg erected. He ��as f&--  viiEd ta lay a tiocfc, tat the  mc& ��z�� c��L Ee toed a^sis. -  bus ..the  block slsxspec  Sew ^  the  G=e.  "We*^   I  say. erery *  .nsas \n ids trade', he corns-es- j  .fei: V    ; "       .    I  Es-ssie Kcshevcy. is his {.  "Proviso-" e&nsn.." 'related the J  sad lass, abed sorm oysters J  earths beach Is West Vascou-f  rer. Years ags the waters c��l  F?^^* Bay were comsararrre-i  !y tSsssL-: Today 'the qsalsy c��f  seafbbd frss*- tiMse rggrr* bej  csssid^ecf   qg��tfeg^agw  ��^es?|  ,: if -tbe IfStle -^rf hadst ^^es!  - Ms ey^ss.   "     ; ,       " I  ." Mr. Bsberey shca-c 'be bH  fxsjed 7that "&ere "sre rsasy|  j_aces Is-set gaod oyssers-^��r|  ;- here. As a  saSsr cf firt- a^,  ��e5t bt^t-B^saM tare fcirr* asdj  -hs  Dear Heart %*>- lirde- ard?"  .E��g Pophass   is kss isas  as:  faocr- where- he eceid gosr^e. or*.  p��h2^ eves- fac a pearL ... |  ' '"Wt ha��e asntfeer-cyster o*j-=rj  here ��___�� grows as roc^s;  aSJsrs: is eaSed cyszer sai*  roos^- "Es Wars Eeart isi*s��  lae k*so sscfc ever, fe^e7 that  !s jsigfci hare ts*tse a eias ��5  get"-her kxse. 7     - "-   { *  Jjast  seerk -.tse   Eteefe" Mc^  Bra5e Ltd. is >ftscth Vascocrcer  Cbast   Ftodocis   Ltd.   as  d&ii)  ^'gg*"**"   - bcyer     c��    tefissg  fescks.��� Tfsas ��a* <^,jf 7 ts the _  fart- that the  S.-*r-s*r--*  Cea4  jsst' fc�� - a   ars-  laj^rr   s^x%  ,<*rsg: .C2re.--a few hssss- istz&~ ���  .datag^. -:aad *3 ^&s_y has-*  -"a" basic  easasEan-  at  Secheit  Thzr   a$g?zg��Z2-    "ST~    ~*hizk -  these .'boa--?  are" grade."  is   *-  ^^st^regbtr"  a^sssdsd   " fea%  w-feirs c  sad: ec Sassrss ��s-  If &ac ssrsaer  re��c^t  eai  pgsekae ss^s.. a -ferrvsg safap-  -=-try, the- cer area  ��aoe2' feip-  -ea-pabie- e�� a _BF'^_>t -of - prs-  . jeet*-- -e��fflt  fte-iset'  straw-* ���  "-berty-jas cssse irvss. Cssssj'  gaed.: C?b^B^,   *" -    I  C��^ ��-e sects c*d Asse fe  ��s^y^ "tht JcQy Ixzszgr t��ak  .,-1 -~ *.   ! ieep cs -this lack, of cb-opera-  ytsos- ther? . is EaMe. ia. tie bo  ,ose tea to coach- tfaese bcys.  jThas-sre wi2 i^ar the sereasss  : ("Sere is De^&frrg:. fas- oar 'kids  ��� to-" do arc/and bere~j  fxnm all  ��� the pare*2s who are7 to' apathe-'  tic to do aEythrsg about ih JJc-w *  a2  I   cas say  ��s. ;**&  wts_d  s��re yoe dare well-right-"  am ere Foa ak-sye  The ides cf service cfcbs_ is  to he?p these is i^ed aad 'the  tuo~-%er��we 'ck��s in the  Se  cfeeh area reaEy believe is this. -  Joe Ees^r.- |aes_^st <�� -fise  Lsses Chrb was est- ta do the -  asctisseerisg far -!__�� -.Whfe  Oephast Sale asd the K*sssses  dai. their -tars "by_ belpisz the ;  Lkas \n&iid the'eartsseis for  May Day. A real lessos is-co-  cperaSkzi. y  I facsiped csa a" feUe-a- tbe*  c&er day "a^3 r^y���\x H?- besght  a pazzd b�� benar ,-asd" had c  wra'yged cs a sewspaper.. Wbes  be "got bssie and -opened tie  package be ��scsd'-a bar..ef  soap. MTtxsL I. asfosl tsrw -fiss"'  case abost. he eiptai^pti to  ce that fe ssst L��-e .beer, he-  osse of ,aH tbe "LYE"* is. the  . pager. Oh ��eS! I Jip^ess there  is ac'-_tet_=g what -Jise sens*  papers cas be pet -tc;. - -  -Ib3e--Dani��ts are bear. ass. st  is - a realt_��ye cpeser to wrztrs  sc-ise c-- .the gcasgs cs- I'so-  tieed a few teles' fs^ drwr-.  tie higbsay* is" a" boat bert?.  'turned, cs a traSar s*s*i=* ^szt  was a2 sorts c���.sa=ricai tersts"  rTep, "zrra^. mates or -TH rss  vog <?j&tf^:-jtpd a fe^s csre  Sjg^rboice saxings tha"; I ss  sea ar iiserrj- a cevslgg.-Cesa*  ��>��*        4pUauaBak '    *W-a-        ^~-<      *S^ni'frM S**.        Va        a* iJfc iW.  bests psc-babiy see.csate isg^-  way tsas water.- �� *  Tbe SSssses Gsh are cet  dsc-r . ta -dxs-^ksris* pecpte  530-3T trar -pere' i* a i��od ao-  dcts t^sic esrrs-,; ta tse-.Pes-  dssped oct the.^iads^w ^ tie  carr-sheai of ta. This is i Exe  hazard wfcics in 'ilstSt Ai3u_i  be eacsagh? ts raake tsoe geopCe -  a ��*2Ie sere carefsL Tbe k-  ecsse EiS^serf . on these " cars  were  all 3oeal. '��� -    "    -  BVSmESSMEK     -:     *    !   -    '  . "H^re is^jts <rf parkag fpace  bettsd[ ymr pressses asai if  cot -yea Ls-s-e pn^s^bfer $**t s.  tace'-be__xf yeer -stsne. ifcgst  I  s^^sf-tsat, ysa sfee-these ."  spaces- aid leave���staste - psojh.  for _^ pfeople^pysy'sg ttena^* .  S3 thai tiey m step &s4 shc-f -  us j-esir stsre. J fcs>�� tee boat- *  cess . cfecfc that, is is fcsspistad  . wits" espjeyees c^^ fiat it is  cnpassMat'   ta ! get. mgr^bere  D&zr tsea* stsre. -Tat: tat:-  Ccmld mnefioe $��2ik te�� est  ��ho Duisoad :LB. is* I, ba^e~  fcears __s cars* -?**d* ~ "rsrfer-  eace to-1 scfsectse <^srte ���.Ir*-  <|sess:y asd g.:octfesrf s&j tsdt  ts iacrr, j     - *     j" f-yf _'  I hezx iw^sre tie BCU& are ;  gst&s te feet e?T a ^t.atlra*^ y  cc the \EaJis.cdn %z\jr till,}  seess tfacy fcaT^ spent -_i* ta-cl  two .cays act there. Is5?i�� fej  sr^iM fae rsscs easisr za isel  ti^re as*  sa��e  ihe krarelhnz  TMtn  OF  WE WEtK  *K*e cat ^LsOy -fcr^jre a fsfd  wte is arraii c-ftre J__r_, t_��-  reai   trai-fiS*' ��f  fifef. L$:  w-^-  ises are afraid <d cA. **  "USE   TIMES  Ci-Ai  SIFUE0  rr5*:?3- This- Is a7real.  sadartalr*-  If  y&s:   Sa^e   ac^:  bees   �����Sacted.  2SF e�� t_<  ��_d  ts-y  wtS. fee  fs��  ^Kse  csetsbfiss;  glfd to he  "cf agiftssct _> yw-_  -cs j-qc- Yce treat fc-jfcways Eke  they ��*��re a sksji" fctrtss  ak^cs tSe nsad last "ash: I w*s  arsarad-hy the tsr^Sc a~fxrs  cf ': refs.se"   that : ��as-  i *- - _j    t   -,_m f  S_trp_as ��qii,lpgs���fai-|  FOE SALE  D3 CAT ISA M-ODcL  Mce Sl2^tW  {-SHOVEL | (  i c��seJ sewee;  sfrfc6- $4rO**JO \  1 Oe.-VHJIS f��A��TT  SPSAY COM?2��Si*^  - ��� *g ! HF f��tscW��  -i -   t    f  j-7SUlDET--f-  IjOGGiliG LTD. -  Fhoae ��23-2233  PJ-a��   efcser�� -��sr   cj �� ^ scass* ��^grg _a*-  jri��  as  ehiiass:   as   wails   sf   tte   ����. dH^srn-:  PGRP01S BAY WBMS  WE SPECIALIZE fit . . -  OH im 308  ��� PORTABLE WEtDtHGb���-   y  '."t_��t��'is a ��bsirs��-se��? sdns-  sry .d^^s��������&(' ���ar -S& saars cc -  ..-tae* m����5 ef tie"Easy- Errsr-  Tbtf- <^-*V^- ssds^S* ii"*^v��SiSSf-  --^f<��BiP^��i*!i.^-.fg�� .-Q^r cedar-  f_e'  " Cj^-��s__5--;assd -Te__s* mm*r  -dott osr--s&-k-9 "BEttoe_ ���_��"���_��-.  est ������s is tbs wcril Tbe ber-  -dsf: fc^-gafestry be scsssfesis;-  etar- ��� Massy rseae se��.~Sgs^  .-���Si e^se S3 -2&B arta js-'tk*  fetast-."' "Hse ffows ��f EC ��r*es  es *aai ��stSe-baek-*a*eel *i_,  be -f��^f?fesS- wiatlr-S-e ���� ��*e  s-- psetks^as* ts. . j  Asyeoc *��W2t| Ctesfrty  5ii32^ fe* feee-. caS. St.. <*r  feasse'" acrafe*- fr�� tfe Darj:  Eay Sc&tw*. Yea are al** *fl-  esss2 ta*^s- _2X3Sg& sks- ^ri��  , ta it-, ta a perfect fscrie mst.  * s^ar SSi* crtek. Cosse is .aid  j**y   ^e3>~   tsywsj;  -Tstiir-  -      i - ---���-      --L   i-    |  m itWORTAHT AumuucmBHT  '" '   ''  FROM       !  !  fat A If- ^^;jK^-  Wf ere j^ecsed fo tsriasse ftct \r.*gr6tr *te $fm*&:  f<^er, m^fle effeerS: ss*sar far* (^ga^s. crftf D��s-  ". ?T��cr .^c'str.nwwt^i  -~~       i. WE OPSIEO! A  CATALOGUE  Ofl' FRIDAY, f.lAY Slix,! 12&4  - : -" - : .  Mr. Seta Plsd&gnr a smt 'A��^^t end the m^t^cf:  lscst^4 ia ri*< :  THRIFTS MTGCKXIS  ���n^t Y7v-^ti'^s-j^-e rtr-p^cce cH ydc***' ccto-i^je  "i^t&jrs, ^c^ i^J- -pog'jg^. Sper*. Fi��*r GCCas-aras^ 4����^i*S*  'pc>r-��rr*s, dec  ��"tr. rer*u*^S,- oCf-SW^er-n c^'se**--  - *   . k ce  r.^-r -f^re m  G&tS&Z, -_ _   |::  We tet^t far*��f4 tt> ��t>4sf jrcs it wir ee* e^#��qf.  _   -        j        - i   .  S*mpsofis-S#crfS Limited  fitem X^SSstam ^4-2252  \Xf*  f-:x��\  V  "!'��� ."���  I '-* I-*'  ~    XX  . y-\  f-^.  ' **fs'';  f��'-*t  **f  i. '.-'  ?.*^.--  . - -  r*  '  i    *  I-  b:7  ���4-  - *.;  -1  -- ;/  -$���  ���   -  ������  .. ���  !:^  ':���- �� 1  fr'7  naiiiriaiiinr *���  *aJu^i   i.   ir-    'ir *���-*-" �����-<             ������������    r.-T     ���������. ,-..���-��������.���-������!--���������      ^-.   ,--.-.>  .������--���--.'.'..' '     J-'-l^.-l-A .��..���*     ,.,. '.^ l^...,..M.a-rf:* ,1>t r.��S. fln.Hn-,,,,1.,... ��� ..-.�����  I  foije 12 The Sechelt Peiii tstila Times,  rr  Lccal d^Jegates  insimen ;iepres6nte<|  mi  yMl  l-dn  ;:R..'  I  ~  j ��3t  : ,h��*  'Zoo-  !'$ou  'the  Ass  - -will  , the  : !-A  ;.<io^  ���' viij-v  i.tet  ���fiflg  -: eilec  !   . T  OF THE :K  Wed., May  District: 3 Convention being held in Vernon  d&egjates to  Thomp  >son.  *MBERS  [tend the      .__....  ���May* 1& *;o 18. Loc^l  ^tephan.son and M.  t|ie District Convention i;- a  >ering   of.  all   Kinsman   of  district  together, wity   the  act   executive : heade'i   by  krmr   T.    lb Prentice   of  :h  Duma by  A mender of^  N'atiopai; Exeeuti.vc bf  the  >ciation ? of  K-instfleh 'C'J *b.i  also he on-hand to addiess  convejatjon. -.'. sjaeiatior.  4hts timcythe year's ac-     'tThat a  ���jiiisJiments - w i i I   bi:   re-  {*d, next year's plan;   vill  diwly the iflcfw-  xeeuiive   rrnli | be  20, 1964  com  nsmein Out  of Secheljt \HU at-  Co3<st  Wednesday  i Halt  ..-   of  stmiin  the convention are  '���it  f >rmulatcd  district   e  ted.  ip  Assoeia  is a pui  ,+*** *********** ���  -iVj^SE^i-SJSS'* a&*\  CHEVRON  tion of  Kinsnen  elv Canada .n- or*  +���  aaRizatk n with a rncmbershiii  of, I2*.00ii young men. in over*  JOi") con rnuniUes. The country"**'  is! divided into eight districts  ;.nf! is also organised on a national lejvjel._.z"'  ���Qxic- of jthe objects of the A��-  of Kinsmen Clubs. i��   T..���..  spirit of co-operation.  #terancH,    understanding    and  WIVES of the Sunshine  Lions  Club   md  at the home of Mauree  Jjn" Secheit. 'Gujcstl speaker  the evening was Kay N<  of the  mens*  clutj.  it was decidjed j to fo  auxiliary to the 14ons  ther than a Liolns jtadies  in this manner tfysy coi  of more assistance! *�� ti5e  !hands in some oif their  "peels.  j. Aa election of lofficer  Club  e<*i��altty  and all  .-stimuJat  thought  �����*���'��� ������**  SUNSHINE COA$?  SERVICE  Specie lixed Body  R cpoirs  *Ttcee ESTbiA^is^r   lf"of your business  WILSON CIEEK J *      /        ^        wvwn i^w*--  I' 7  I  between - all nations  jeoples* be fostered and  ;d and that unity of  and purpose throughout Canada be established toward this goat.  * .-was  [then held, elected: .office** arc  fi-s follows; ,^n iCymtihil am,  president; first! vlet'-pre..'enl,  !,J#an Eidred, second "j-ice-  president. Rose Rojdway; secretary, Doreen ^stman; treasurer. Maureen ?t��ril. The ladies  have already? plaflned a very  energetic program and thejmen  can look forward to lots-ofj aid  ffom their wivjes.  Use   TIMES JCLASSIF  !  I/J  st  New  type program  Sunshine Coi  Lipjis Auxilikry Sdchelt Elementary  m  an  ra-  Club.  ild be.  r bus-  P��K,  sports (Jay  GOOD1 WEATHER provided Sechelt Elementary School  thef opportunity to.hold its new type sports day program. The program enables every pupil to! take part.  Compdutiqn is carried out among the four school houses.  Elverjl pupil of suitable age  competes in the shot put, discus, brdad and high jump, soft-  ball throw, soccer kick, and  other similar events, knowing  every  group  is   busy   all  the  time at one ,g^jent! or ansther>  To    d3te    the   ; total    housa  scores are:  Thunderbirds 2<SC*��  hi* score wijl be part of the    Tohtahattks 332;  Cougars 32t;  housse average in the particular    Warriors 2907      \  event.  "At  tht* same time, the best    day andHparad? the Davis Bay  For the big xJuu2 12 sports  Ssrhoct pwpits have been added  to ^the hous6 listsi The kinder-  garenten will have a part too.  tews  I  particip.inis in each event arc  recorded as champs.  The ~ competing:   groups   are  made uf* according to a .system       y  '*��� :���  which   considers   agei- weight. Consider how much cold wat-  asd height/ Each group, undar^ ers has   bsen   poured   on   the  the direction of a teacfter�� goes "world's   . idsals     throush    the  throngh'1 its*  list of  events  in spout ,cf   these   words:   "You  a scheduled sequence so that' can't   change  human   nature.,"  ***********************  de  eaaers  SHOEL STORE .  Secheit, B.C. -Ph. 885-9519 j  "Specialist in foot cafe*'  Indiaii isle  nm '  FRANCIS PENINSULA  / I    PENDER HARBOUR  /lEverything for the Boot Carter  Shell Marine Prod^    Phone 683-2444!  RUBBiH STAMPS j  COMMERCIAL PRINTING     j  %   -^s-     /' -   -J-  j Flie Tiiite^  ���mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmw*  S  �����       '***  "Afuttimeef     ;  "Marjorie Hansilhin  creoHonj"  Bols Block Marine Drive  Gibsons Phone 88*5-9941  PENINSULA  OTOR PRODUCTS  J}957) jLTDa  COMPLETE LINE  GENERAL MOTORS  CARS AND TRUCKS      .  AUTOMOTIVE PARTS  BODY SHOP  SPECIALIZED REPAIRS  Adjacent to Your New Hospital  Sechelt, B.C. 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