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 \  I-  4  PHESTOS 1CIC30FILSISS SERVICES  218��. *��ST 12 th A ���/��_*#��  VANCOUYES 9, E.C.  |^  Serving the) Sunshine Coost/lHowe Sound to Jems Inlet;, including Pert Mellon, Hopkins Lending, Grantham's Lending, Gibsons, Roberts Creek,  Wilson Creek, Selma Pork, "Sechelt, Halfmccn Boy, Secret Co*e> Pender- Harbour, Madeira Park, Kleindale. Irvine's Lending. ��crf Cove, _$rrte*-it.  Hospital society . . .  @ acute  ospitals  in are  PENDER HARBOUR'S lack pf a doctor or any medical  first Paid in case of emergency when the new hospi-  . tal is built was brought before St. Mary's hospital society annual meeting. by Mr. and Mrs. W.  Pieper of  Irvine's [.Landing.  : ������ ������-  - Pieper asked for the support " bow -to inevitable events. The  of jthe artb through the society CCM had" operated * at a loss,  in j their struggle to maintain he said, and eventually had  the preseht St. Mary's hospit- turned the hospital over to the  al! as a /irst- aid station. So- community. They could-*- not  ciety chairman. H. Hubbs. ex- make a go ot it either ~"and  plained tfje Minister of Health BCHIS had saved the situation  would not permit operation of for them. He felt the present  two acutef hospitals in_ the area St. Mary's would be too costly  and the present hospital reverts to maintain as"- an emergency  to the ���ojlunibia Coast Mission station. He said he had no righf  when it is closed. Hubbs said to speak for the CCM except  a doctor was not the responsibility of tha Society but was  upl to the medical profession.  Hospital' administrator, W.  Milligan, ^dvised the BCHIS is  ������ .*. .*���. i    ���_���-*  J-1**^?"  a*. ���-_."/.'-.  <>.-v  :'.'*������ ���:*'���" i"��^   ������-"�����.    -J-?**..   *���  .������?.'." b- .-5- "**���-.- ,^_.��.*��<��� >U.- *.' ��-*  :>  - :    .  ��  ^7r  ..-  ���   ��.-���   -r : - �� .-    *��� ��� ��� -^ *  -.  ' ..    ., -sr- * ��� ���/ :*. '  -��� ;���*. *..; ,  '*"*.- * *���'�����**'���.   *. *-  .  Fatal collision _ -J-'*.*.  THE TRUCK driven by A. E. Roberts of New*"- Westminster   suffered   comiderable  > "xfamage but occupants, escaped injury when hit by a car driven by L. ��- ^Andrews in which Andrews was IkLUed.  Collision and fire *'.].  b ' .-'  on  the  board.  LARGE   TURNOVER  B. L. Cope of Roberts* Creek  asked the reason for the large  turnover in staff.  Milligan replied, "the reasons  the new-hospital-to  of $400,000 and the  is there be only one    ?rf many���unsatisfactory work-  financing  the tune  stipulation!  _acute disvases-hospital" in the ***��" conditions, no entertain-  ��rca. He advised society trus- mcnt fat:iIhies, many - nurses  tee' could mot think of extended - wer? worId traveIIers ***<*  area service to other areas un- therefore transient and many  til ieomplsition of the new hos��� 'female employees * got mar-  pital," F. Lee of Madeira Park rieir Copb als�� requeste<TcomT.  pointed c-ut Pender Harbour Parative fifiures on operating  had voted for a modern hos-~ costs of this hospital and other  pital  at.Scchelt on the  assur-    bospitals.     Hubbs      said      he  Protest oil leaU 1  _  to Jack DaviesifdP  PROTEST] to Jack paks^MP  because |cf foaling ~ct waters.  by oil leakage-from jth# oil  kargz wMch sank nfetp- a  m:^th agdt was fsrwafd^T by  marine d*nnniae_ chairman.  Waft   Nigra  ct  GtbsinX and  DEATH due^-t^unisadventure xm_ the. part of tiie de- District Chamber ctf Com.  ceasekt was uie -verdict of-the six-man jury in the   mcrce. oa patches, acre m  death of [ Lawrence Edward] Mdrews on thebnight of   *rea. -re htm Goatiagj 09 the  March 22ncL Z-.1- b     -f~~~���: ~~-���~~���:   ventare causes  * S .'   *"  jur^ pies  ante thej,| uould have a resi  dent doctor- at Pender. He quoted! 'Dr. S\|an as saying Pender  .Harbour  Is   a   lucrative   place  - tor a doctorj- to he.-  Swan   denied   this   statement  and said [Dr.  Morris  had  left  thought this district made a  good show, but Milligan���said  the figures showed they tfere  just mediocre.  SL "Mary's hospital sdclety-  eontributed ST.OOO towards the  Indian sewage  disposal rather  because h]e was  the  target of    than   build  their" own  disposal  correspondence  with  copies  to    field, J. Parker told a question-  the Minister of Health7 He said  -the medical clinic was still advertising for a doctor, but once  a full-blown  cow is stirred up  and word becomes known, it is  difficult   to   get   replacements.  'Ernie Let; asked about a present mem !>er of the clinic mov-  . ing closer to Pendef.,Swan*said  a!.*doctor  would   come-out   at  night- if he were called and in  a ! , daytime    emergency    they  could .and did fly up.  Canon   Greene,   who   repre  sents  the  the  CCM  CCM officially  said  and   others   had   to  er. A new hospital auxiliary is"  being formed ia Roberts Creek.  The auxiliaries were commended for the oustanding job they  are doing.  A. letter from A. Johnston of  Sechelt advised the constitution and by-law revision, after  inspection by the Department  of Health, needed" eight minor  changes, which "are being made,  and suggested a special meeting" be called to deal with this  when revision is made.  Criticism of the-auditor's re-  ���see -page 9  "The ^accident occurred on gpcatt of impact from four or  highway 101 about five miles jflve deep scores in ;tfae pave-  west of, fiibsdns when An-, fment -two or three "feet in  drew's 195. Ford was in colli- length. " - 1  sion with i 1956-Meireury half- JTFif2patri_kymaIafa'fled it was  ton_ pick-opbAiven * by Arthur _ fnot too difficult to make that  Edward Roberts of New West- fcurve at, 50 mph <m one's own.  jtninstcr. "feiberts testified the |side of the line, - but over that  rear^-ef^AiKire_r!s - car---��tr_c_- =^peed there was a ttndency to  the front end of his truck, ca- jdrift into the center. Also,  reened off, hit the bank, fthere is ad^j in the roadJat  flipped over and-- burst into fthat pointy Prior to -the ;csirve  flames- He said, he and his ]tfcere is a_ cautitmary sigmz 7  wife were5 pnweeding east on |: Glen Doaald-Kraos; mccfaan-  highway-   101   at- about   35-40 pe of 14 years experience, testi-  Arena needed ...  11     ���   ���! ��   ��^^1.i������MHIIMIM ������������     I    ������^^���  _30��_s_imeiit grant $100  for libsons Full Fair  "������ I       J  .GIBSON'S fall fair committee spehsored by the Farm-  7 ;iers'- Institute, needs help to get underway and re-  "kindle injterest in fall fairs. Already many organizations  have sent representatives to a fall fair committee meeting, j    . ��� ������  The   ide-t -is" to   include   as "work"   towards    an    exhibition  many organizations as possible center or arena to. be used by  ^stimulate interest and share all organizations. A permanent  the work load, says Mrs. F. J. location with adequate space is  Laiir, secretary-treasurer  thet fall fa?r committee.  " The" Chancellor Car .Club,  through ' their representative  Wally Venachuck; has. volunteered to set up-booths- and  tables and look after the cartage back and forth.  The committee reports a  bank.balance bf $1293 which is  the accumulated profit from  .'fall fairs since 1947. "This is  not a moiney-making affair,"  says^ Mrs. Laur, "but i��-ttr stimulate interest in home gardening,* skills and hobbies."  The provincial "government  has announced automatic.-grant  of !$10O for the fair and.$50 for  tiie judges will be forthcoming.  The committee - would like to  of    needed for these fairs.  - -Leii Wray of Gibsons is  chairman of the committee-  Representatives attending were  Mr. ' King for" the Gibsons  Canadian Legion. C. P. Ballan-  tine ;for trie-Chamber of Commerce, Mrs. D. L. Johnson for  Gibsons SL Mary's Hospital  W.A4 Mrs. Coriett,. Mrs. Wins-  and Mrs." Shoebottom for " the  Womens Institute, Mrs. Gordon  Clarke for the Legionr W_A_.. W.  Haley f6r the Kiwanis and Gordon Clarke and Wally Venechuk, for the Chancellor Car  ClubJ  - The next meeting will be in.  the Anglican Church hall April  16  at 8 p^m. _     ;  m.p.b7 to catch the 8:30 ferry  when Andrew's" car came  around the j corner-"at such a  speed." He: swung to the right  arid the headlights of-Andrew's  .car" passed^ him when he felt  the" impact. '"-.;- -r- ..  y y Neither! Roberts nor. his-wife  -were . seriously injured. They  were "taken: by Gibsons Radio  cabs". taxi-ambulance ta Dr.  D. L- Johnson and thence to  the ferry. John William Gibb  whom Andrews- allegedly  passed at Leek" Road testified  he couidrf* t- assess : the speed cf  the passing car, Jaut =he supposed it might* have been  about 45-30 m.pi. When - he  reached "the accident. scene,  only about two feet of the back  end? of Andrew's* car "was in  flames, but the wind was  driving the Qames" forward to  the rest of the car.    "   "  Cnst. Robert McFariand testified he was called to tbe acci-  . c__at scene at .7:25 p.m. by Mr?.  Richard Carlson. On arrival be  called Gibsons Fire Department and two members attended and put out the blaze,  the car was by then totally  engulfed in flames, Sechelt  fire truck'- with five! members  came and cooled the car down  and hosed gas off the highway.  He said .the car-was en its  hood, and Andrews* body was  face down with the legs under  the -front, seat "and shoulders  under the^ear-seat  |��ied  Andrew's  car. sas^ gener--  tally   in   i?xxl   condition    but  "there was enough "wear in the  =kfng pins to  warrant replace- .  ! - - . - - ���see -page _ _  surface cf ith_ water. S**a birds!  are still havisg- difficulty - with  ths heavy joiL7 and the danger:_���  is 'greater* new- as   this *area  is ov. ths tly^riy tor .migratory  _t_r_s.:     , I" : ',7s ... ".   .        XX. -.  - The.hshersa*zh-^Lxe feeling the  eff-cls foo^. Their gszr is fc_I-:  ed  with ,<sl and troligrs  can-  nzt-poU. tj l**,*rr-.. fteh c__il they;-  *re-~ past .Jthe :��Hl-eover*d  sur- 7  facs,y Boat^ hulls   are' coated  with oil -fed fjT-S-tlc, towlj-ift  'atate'HaLf kra": _ii-ci$-f_:f it -ma   ;  pr.ierre of the -cflL  Sfcetl fish  *  arc  also being  affected. ;   '  C -xt  CJ want   szlme .action   \  tzkth   to }either   s-iv^ge   th_ - ]  barge   cr I pinnp   it   cut.   The  barge ccr____s." 2C0.CCC  gallcns  cf banker ifueL - ,- *  lAt Sechelt . . .  suspended seiitence  [qe break-in aai  fBARRY GORDON WILSON of Selma Park was given  I " a one^year suspended sentence upon entering 1 into  la recognizance of:$a)0an his own behalf. This was the  tdedsion of Magistrate K. Johnston- Wilson had beea te-  fmanded in c__-tody__or^r_re___-a.g and entering and theft.  ~I&  sentencing himj Magis^ate j    -~~~        |.  | - .,  JjohrBtda said he had. reascii to ^^ financial eb&gatifns!-aad  ^telieve..Wilson ;had -been fiffi- see that there ��___-_-_[a_n___l  fpticated  ia other bmak-inS ;ra  - ^ ^g fcose ,.-_- {    |  IMs-iarea. but his  pre-senteac^ --" * *    *-  ireport was favcraMe, this iscas  jus first offenc��_ his employer  Jwas willing to give him another  fchance zad his - three small  {children needed; a father. .He  -said it" spoke well for him that  his wife and inother were present td support him. j -  I Certain craKiitions pertain to  -his sentenca. He is forbidden. - :7  ;ta own a car; he is to abstain ' *rj -, .!--���__:  irom the use of iatoxicants; XJjQBl DWCuS  he is to refrain from entering  THREE  MONTHS J    f-  Robert  Beimer^ of jGUlsons  "jilcaded gsSty to driv-iij^ ^hM  his   ability*  was. impaifed | aad.  was   givea   thrte   moiths   m  Oakalla   and   had   hlsf tic^ise  'sust^nded I far   one ''yeari* His  "blood test tsbowed a ccktest o��  pase t  "pooihalls.   and   he   is. cot   to  CpL  James  Fitzpatrifik,  who    leave   Sefebeit   Peninsuli   with-  prepared   the   diagramatic    but   written." perrais^cn    froni  --*---���    Jjjjg probation offic?r.-Should; he  Jail down on any one of these  conditions of his  seatence,  he  Will    be    brought    before   Ihe  eoart aad sentenced��� L -  | Magistrate Johnston waraed  ^Wilson's wife h:r husbarai's  Toture lay partly in her haads  Jand Urged her "to keep a neat.  Jidy, dean home, take good  care of her -children, be prudent in her. expenditures, meet  and sinks  the diagramatic  sketches of the scene, ^sdfied  there was' a distance of 2T6  feet between the left rear of  the truck and the farthest cor-  .n��r of Use bumedr���jnangled  heap cf Andrew's ^ar. He  established Roberts'-truck had  been three jfeet withii. the  double, white (center line when  it bad been struck seven feet  from" the point where it had  stopped-   He 1 established . this  MR:   OLIVER   Larssa j cf   Eg-  .-  meat,   ciracoiscsly '-escaped  with  his   fifs when  hii-IS   ft.  rus-faout. the- **Ar!eel*| faamed -  ut ard sank. is. t__ waters off  -Egnzzht. It is reported \hat ths--  engine.  a |"TfaBnd2rbird** overheated a_d blew up.  Mr. Lar-���  sea jumped from tli; bbtt cre-  \ious  w  fis  siskins   af*d   *as  saved fay fees soc who was n_ ary  bv at the time of the. ;*cci:ent.  - ,/ f-1'.  Poge 2 The Sechelt Peniji  nsiilo-Tirfiey^Wed., April 15,1964   NqTj����s |   ,    Published Wednesdays by the  Sechelt  Peninsdlo time-  Ltd.>jjt  " '  i Sechelt) B.C. ;  ���   Giro 4 s > Ci/ewlot iorf, 1859'coWcf  'C'atslficd AtfmtlJlBB^Rote-i  3-Llnb AdBriefsjdS wprdsj,  One nscrfiarrr ���?.  ���  Three insertions!   .  Extra! Iincs,f5 words) ���..........  'Go* Number; -L^ .-..25e  H't&lid- before publication, d  couni at 25c'p*r AdBrfer* is ^Jlo^  'ed '   *���'* r>!*-'"'    c..*.**.m.*.-tiL.  .L  1 ic  ext-a-'  Semi-Display;   Soper-Dis]  and Blue dtp'Djisplay-t:5('fp ��*���  '!  Lc__��iH��iFr-is*t'ii  suy  17c per count-,lin_ (5* words)  insertion, 13e pcr\ count- line  ;   sequent irtiertions.    j  ffcadlincs: Saturday 5-p.m  S__-eri*pti'on Rates:'  -IOC, per copy; 50_ per monti (Ijiy  advonpe.  carrier);-$5.00 |per-year, ii  Card   of, Thonksj   Engager* i  ,Deoths, Births, In tyernoriam/  Ing-Events, Etc. Per insertion (lup  40 Words) $1.25; bxtro-wo_:s, l'c  each. 25c Discount if paid fjefofe  publication. ��  8��  c  pic If,  en  Zotb  DEATHS  HUGHES���Parsed   away  9, 1904, Jessie Hughes'of Rf>  berts Creek, BCJ Survived by  one son Ronald, Roberts Qreek  TJ.C.;' dne datghti'r, Mrs.  White, Torono; 3 grandchildren: Funeral Ser'yice Mcfjnda;  'April'.-13. 1964 at! 2 p.m  Aidan's Anglican I Church,  berts' Creek, BC- |tev. Denis' fl*.  Harris and R<ivT Cj. Harbord o '���  ���fieiating. Cremation:. In lieu of  flowers donation to the new S:.  -Mary's- Hospital Fond, Garde ti  ���Bay; BC' Harvey Funeral Horre  Gibsons, BC, directors, " j  "i - ' I 9709-3 8  April  St.  R>-  ��  NOT  or  before   12  o'  Saturday,   April  ce  TO CONTRACTORS  Tenders' will"' >e* received'on  clock noon  on  18,,  1964 .for*  WORK *^ANT��t*  clearing and rough grading of  a-portion" of-the addition to the  elementary schobl site at Gibsons.  GOT an axe to grind? A lawn-  jnoweif tb' be, sharpened?,  Havp tliem* precision'done. Call  Ei   Benner*"-' Stefehelt;  88S-2292.  1  Specifications* I may   be  "obtained at the-Scfiooii Board Of-,  ficej ' '  T&e lowest-or** any tender wiil  9705-tin    ndt necessarily be accepted.  The*;Board of S)-ricfol Trustees,  School District"No'.' 4G <SecheIt_  9707���PUb. Aforil 8; IS, 1961 **"  SHERIDAN T.V,  Soles and Service  ' - *'i  RADIO -4 APPLIANCES  Phone 885-9605  H. B. GORDON &  KENNETTJ*TD.*  Real Estate jand, Insurancje  Phones:  885-2013,886-2191  **Lii-  Rcmsrr-iuuNG*  ff. sr ' 4-si-ces ol|*fft'ocliirfeS'ta**match  ���your* job;  owing*, and Breaking  Reeky Ground" Breaking  Gradirig and Leveling  Cultivating and Hilling  I  Cpmplete Lawn Service  froiii planting to  maintenance.  /Vfowirig a^ Sweeping  POWER  RAKING  Edging and Fertjjjzing  Seeding and Rolling etc.  ,Afrarige for regular  ete lawn care  $200  886-_|340  oomp  ROY BOLDERSON  Box 435 - Sechelt  885-9530  Phahe Evenings Only Please  i 9728-tfn  FOR SALE  46 SHEETS of W tongue and  groove plywood, 4*x8"  sheets,  cash, Tax has- been paid.  MrCREA���Passed iaway > April  9, 1964, James Hi McCrea of,  Sechelt, BC. Survived byy,his:  losing -wife Zijphia;���FGneral  Service Saturday, April ll, 1964  ai 1 p.m, from the Hs.rvey  -Funeral Home, Gibsons, BC.  Rev., Jr Fergusson, officiating.  .Cremation. Iri 'Ucu of fltwers  donation to' the Sechelt, Hospital auxiliary, Sechelt, BC. Harvey Funeral Home,  direcors.  -9708-18  1962 55x10 Olympia, three bedroom trailer, $6000 or offer.  Phorje 886-9800. 997T-18  9982-tfn  ���RUBBER stamps of all des-  '- eri prions may be obtained  at The Times. Phone 8��5-9654.  Quick service on. all orders.  PERSONAL  SCOTT Foster oxygen an<l ai  etylene now available at, Poi ���  -poise  Bay  welding.  Call  Doug  and,JBud Stewart-for service  .    '-     . 99'80-lp  PETS  'PEKINESE  puppies,   886-J989C  -tfn  1  9915  AUTOS Er TRUCKS  TECO oil heater, 2 years old  barrel and* stand;" 1 amplifier, 4 bamboo' drapes; 48*'x84";  Philips tape" recorder; modei-  200. |1 yr. old, all attachments  included.   Ph.   ��85-2292- 9978-18  PUREBRED Airdale pups. Ph.  885-2007.     | 9921-tfh  LEGAL NOTICES  Form  No.  15  (Sectij  LAND   ACT  on  1054  METEOR sedan delivery.  Running.   S75.    Ph.    886-2693.  Notiqe of Intention to /  to Purchase Land  BOATS & ENGINES  In  Land Recording Disrict of  ��� 40)  a. ply to  10 FT.  PRAM.  Two styrofoam  floatation tanks and oars in-  . eluded.   $90.   or  nearest   offer.  Tliis is _ new boat. Phone 883  *2354  after  6* p.m. 9706-1.  -J981-20 Vanc-uver and situate East- of  Sechelt in vicinity of ] Porpoise  Bay.- 17 *_ chains Smith of  Blo'ck B D.*L. 7071, Gro^ip 1,N.  W.D.  REAL ESTATE  FOR- ALL   TYPES   OF  IN  .SURifaNCE INCLUDING LIFII  .AND| HEALTH" AND   a|cCI  DENT , AND   REAL   ESTATI:  -~ >! and Rentals i  j  Corltact:  '       Office: 885-2065, of  Eves: E. Surtees-' 885-.S303  C. E. King, 335-2066  AGGETTAGENCI.ES LTD.  Box 63 Sechelt, B.C.  5084-tfu  K-  Michael  _94   SW  TAKE NOTICE that  Stewart- McGuire of  Marine- Dr., occupation Barber, Vancouver, B.C. ��� intends  to apply far permission] to purchase the j following described  landsp ���  Commencing at a post planted lil'., chains Souh of the S.  E. corner cf filock B'D.L 7071  Grou]> 1 N.W.D. thence Weft*  20 chains* thence South' i5  chainl; thence East 20chain|t;  thencl North 5 chains to point  of commencement and' containing ten acres, more or less..  Th<* purpose for which the  land lis required is a homesite.  Is J  Jlichael   Ste\vart   *lcGuii;e  Dated March 14,-I9B4|,  9745���Pub. April.8,Jl5, .1964  -   Belhel-ffadlsi-Church-  j Sechelt,  B.C.  Church  11:15 a.m.  Sunday School 10:00 a.m.:  Prayer meeting Wednesday  7:30 p.m.  LuthMan-y Worship Service"  'Sechelt  Home service���7:30 p.m.,  March 8 at the, home of Fran*k  Hall,  Porpoisej Bay  Rd.  Pastor John'H: Ulmer. VH.'  885;2008   or   835-2027,  Sunday Schcjol- 11 a.m, to  12 noon. :  Selma Park  social notes  e * l  ��� Robin , Handford, "* Ricky AL  dred, Gary Newton, and'Bobby  Hayes- wjh attend the Scouta-  rama in Vancouver over the  ���week-end accompanied by As*  sistant Scout* Master Ed Al-  dred and W. E. Handford.  Mrs.   Orv   Moserip   has   returned   from   a   short   visit   to n  Edmonton  with   her  sbh-in-law  and   daughter,   Mr.   and   Mrs.  Michael Whitaker.  Mrs. Mabel. Livesy has re-  turned",to-Selma Park, after-a  two-month absence in the' USA", '  where she stayed tn Portland  for ten days, .a month in  Lbguna Beach, also saw San  Diego, and thought Santa Ana  particularly [pretty. Also had  a short stay in Las~ Vegas. In  the two months saw no rain,  so is pleased tb'be back to the  greenness of B.C. and the  moist  climate.  Mary Cooper of Vancouver is  up for a couple' of. days to  open her- summer home for the  season.-  Mr. and MrS. G. W. Nott.  who bought the Ruston house,  were also-here,"from the city,  busy readying1 the home for  occupancy" by Miss' H. E.  Campbell,- deaconess of St.  John's-"United Church at Wilson* Creek. Mr. and Mrs.- Nott ���  will not be living all year at  Selma Park.- but will be visit-.���  ing at weekends-:  Visitors to the Rebekah  Lodge and ' to'' the Sunshine  Coast recently- were"**" house  guests-^of Mr.- and Mrs. T."  Ivan.'B*. Smith, Davis Bay Hill,  Mrs.- Evelyn Shaw, of New  Westminster," Mrs. "Gertrude  Holland- of Vancouver, and  from Powell Rive-, Mrs. Ber-  nice Hopldns; Mrs. JjH Hatt,.  Mr. and Mrs. Wally Schad.  Also staying-.'"with Mr. and  Mrs.    Lloyd   Titr_ef,    Sechelt,  ICTOI-Y  TELfcVISiON*  SALES S SERVICE  S RELIABllE - PROMPT ���  R!CHT��R'S T.V.  &- RADIO LTD.  Sechelt. B.cl - Ph. 885-9777  FIREPLACES     "  PLANTERS*  FOUNDATIONS  WALLS  A. SIMPKINS -885-2132  WATER SURVEY  SEC VICES  Complete Wo  L. C.  Sechelt  er System Service  EMERSON  885-9510  lnsurctf*wasting  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  .  Electrical! Contractors  Appliances   > Electric Heat  Phone 885-2062  Frank E. Deckel*  OPTOMETRIST  Bal Bloclk  Gibsons  ^.Every Wednesday  for.oppointmcnfr  886-2T6r.  Phone Seehelt 885-9669  PENINSULA-  BUILDING SUPPLY  "The House With A Heart"  E. X Caldwell, Proprietor  Bex 97 - Stechett, B.*C.  BRITISH AMERICAN  OIL CO. LTD  Fuel Oil - Goso|!i ie - Oil Product^  W. A. ��c*nons. Agent  Phone 885-2016  Wharf-Road; Sechelt, B.C  NORM!  Your Odd  i  i  Carpenty Wdrfc  Drainage Ti  Phone  BURTON  Job Mon  House Repairs,  es laid,'erc  836-2048  LAURIE SPECK  . SrtEET METAL LTD.  Oil* Heating^ - Furnaces  Sheet; Mefol  7       GIBSONS, B.C.  Phone 886-9961  were' Miss - Hazel  and 'Mrs. Viola-  North- Vancouver",  River    Mrs.     Editi    Boniface,  Mrs.  Doris Adams  Van' Buren  Worsely, of  from Powell  Mrs.  Alice  Beechap,  and- Mri;; M. Fund- ;  val. Staying in Selma Park at  of Mr." and  were   Mrs.  tlje summer home  Mjrs. S. Hamon  .Jean Twenion,' Mrjs; M. Ross,  Mrs: IM. Delbrmt,' Mrs. M.  Kenney, and Mrs; V. Wills, all  of Cloverdale.  Mrs. Charles- Foster has returned after' a trip with Mr.  and Mrs. Sid* Hamm to Reno,  where they stayed at the Silver Dotyar.r. .   ..      -   _     _-   -  The Finest In  FLOWERS  For All Occasions "  ELDRED'S FLOWER SHOP  Cowrie Street, Sechelt      j  Ph^ne 885^4455     f  RAY NEWMAN     y  PttiMBING       ;',  Hot \Vater Jrteatlng  ''   Nothing Down  -., ,10te��Hr��"t|!Fi��ay'  PARTS, A^D R1PAIRS TO "  \  ML'WATERjPUMPS _.'  ��honc 886i967a  ,  Your 3eotfy regent"  r1  STUCCOING-Pl  GYPROC JOII  CEMENT  vSTERING  FILLING  *ORK  7  /  N. SCHO^jNEWOLF  Phone 886-2862  CUNNINGHAM  AMBULANCE SERVICE  HALFMOON BAT"  Emergency pnd non EmcrgencV  calls. Special rates for otd-age  pensioners..  * 24 HOUR SERVICE  PHono 885-9927  TREE FALLING  ��� TOPPING'OR REMOVING-   J  LOWER L.IMBS FOR VIEW.     ���  Insured work from Port Mellon  to Pender Hortiour   ; ^  Phone 886-9946  MARVEN VOLEN  SWANSON BROS.  Septic Tank- and Drain Fields  Baekhoe and Front End  Loader Work  1  Screened Cement Gravel  Fill and Rood Gravel  Phone 883-9666-  Boi 172-Seehelt  ��� ���'*���  -   i - .niimr.r-l        ! 1  -    f     "      ���'  ScoWs ��� Logs  SECHELT TOWING  �� SALVAGE LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving  Sc Log Towing  L. HIGGS  Phone 885-4425  TINGLEYS  HI-HEAT  SALES and SERVICE  for all your heating  requirements  4 ON Co.'s Finance Plans  C. E. (Cal) Tingley ,  Box No. 4)7, Sechelt     - *  885-9636 ��� 885-9332  New citizens  MR. AND MRS. A. Bain of  West Sechelt announce 'the  birth cf a son at - SL Mary's  hospital on April 5��h. The first  boy in- the fafmiiy.  HVATERFKONT LOTS  i  1 EARL'S COVE SUBDIVISION  Adjacent to Earl's Cove Ferry terminal on Sunshine  Coast Highway. Beautiful view of Jervis Inlet. Excellent fishing and boating. Good site for motel and boat  ; rsritals.  IWATERFRQMT LOTS $3,500  !   VIEW LOIS FROM $1800  10% downi Easy terms on balance. Discount for cash.  -    ���;    0. SLADEY     X  Madeira Park, B.C. -��� Phone 883-2233 . - -,v{.-4-.  he Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wed., April 15; 1964 Page 3  FRANK  *a np\  Ijad �� sim  ceived hi  ���Ind TV.  years he  ' toe 'of seri  in Gibsor;  to D.O  \  New business opens  VANS, newcomer from Surrey, has opened  radio and TV service and repair shop. He  liar"business-in Surrey for. four years and retraining at the Chicago; Institute of Radio  iter holidaying m this arda for a number of  decidedyto make his home !here, and hopes to  ce to.the community. Drop into-Frank"? shop  and make his acquaintance.. b.  ���li ��� ��� �� ���  :est pollution  rom  mg   gear  sjynthetie   t\h  *i|"hev_also  Is' on the f  spa birds.  The sum  to. the Minister of Transport will, be made by  :; municipal1 council because of the. continued  Adjacent waters due to oil leakage from Gaif  Towing oil barge"; whichsank nearly a month.  C:  PROTEST  * j   -Gibso  ���fouling of  if Georgi  bgo.  Gibsons  **--fter of Corji  copy of  lack  'Dav.i  the. pollutib  tekterious  Wsters.  cl i ni s, a nd  sea  bi rds,  Is^eti.'-.-as -fiuiing- boats, fish-'  and   destroying   the  ���es. of  tow   lines.  a*td   District   Cham-    and    th:-;   Port    Mellon    corn-  peree sent council 7  munity epnter.  ���".Commissioner S. Fladager re-.  r%ted-the water line fn Bat's  l^fie was nearbig - completion.  -We've been losing a lot of  water.'" he reported. In places  it- is gushing out of breaks in  the tine,; "Village clerk. Jules-  Mainil,     exhibited     a   mstei^  wlnted out,. Gibsons .piece of pipe-with a large hole;  leir. letter to   Mr.  M.P.,   protesting  which, is having a  tect on local fish.  'j.-ay for  migratory  .of-"-___7.6--;-is  still  owing on ..the' Health Center,-- to_  Bethlehem Construction .Ltd. A5-  letter from the company to the  cjouncil urged  them to "piif a  persuasive   word   to   the   right  man   ia   tic   right   place   to  avert legal action.-" In a letter,    taxpayers money.  in it and the thread entirely-  gens. . Private - lines will be  watched for wet spots indicating Jeakages. In. these cases,  the" householder w*U. either  have to replace the line oc be  metered U> pay for the water  leaking away. Fladager felt  this   replacement   would   save  tjo   the   Kinsmen,   of  which   a  fopy   was 'submitted   to   coun-  i 1, - - Bethlehem��� Construction  Centennial committee meeting to ~ select represeatatiiss  will be called for. April 20 ia  sinted otitj they had protected;   the  Health   center.:Form   'e*--  tthe local j merchants fby paying    tcrs frill   h:  sent  out  to   the  cash forjgoods ipurehaS-d and  nad carried j the credit themselves,   TiKy! stated   ihey   haS  -never received payment on:  time during the whole construc-  - tion period,! yet had not;  charged ir terest which they;  iould have done. .  C of C, Kiwanis. .Kinsmen,  Legion. RecreaUon commission,-. Women's Institute and  the  Fire department. - ~ . ?.  APRONS PAVED b       ~  Commissioner" J.   Drummond v  reported    two    button    aprons  had been paved at the airport.  while the equipment" was in the  ,.*. CAN'T   DONATE 1 '." ""  '** i Council decidsd .they-'were1 area. Standard Oil,reprasenta-  b 'j'not in finmcial shape to do- tive is_ expected an the,area this  pate anything," to the'Union - week- to see about ^uel-'instai-  Of B.C. Municipalities: appeal tetion which has been cleared.  for funds- for? the Alberni flood. The O.A.P.A. are helping in  4-ietims. The letter stated the search "for a caretaker^  damage amounted to S3.400.00_. Drummond also reported he  excluding damage to the Mac-    and  commissioner X.-'. MacKay  ���\fillan  Blot dels plant  Account!? to "the ' amount of.  "J1588.84 were ordered paid. Of  this amouni S1179.79 is winter  ivories.  g permits were grant-  BL Robertson to con-  carport 14* by 28' and J    Five, hundred   feet   of. Vj  Buildin  ?d to E  struct a  -j_ garden1 shed 12'. by 12' at an  estimated total cost of $500; to  airs.- D. Muit to complete! within five yeais a 40' by 22', six-  hibm, singe dwelling valued  iit $13,000; to Reg Adams to  kinstructa 24' by 30* extension  Valued at $p,000, and U> C. K.  Johnston, subject to. the fire  1 larshall's approval a.-^one-  ktorv  44'  bv  30"   dining   room  had inspected two buik houses  at Hillsiiie and recommended  the permit for their transfer be  issued to G. G. Fredericks an  condition both buildings are^  . painted; and a new roof put on.  one.  "meter. Although there is no  by-law to enforce these .provi-.  sions, a person can be charged!  if he plugs a ditch. Council ap-"*  proves the -use of steel water  tanks  welded together.  Fe_ney  - -felt these tanks would :-_ be  pretty well'. rusted- out by "_ the  time they were discarded. Culverts are supplied , by the  property . owners and installed  by the village -."to ensure  proper - installatiorfb ^explained  Mainil. ^DrumrnGod felt installation* of culverts should not  cost the: council anything.  ���"This��� is supplying access t-c?  property. The pro.vmcis! govx  ernmant. won't    do    it.    wh'.i  __ shouldNft-e?** fa- asked. -l  MainUrwas appointed municipal fire prevention officer. He  is empowered by-the B-C. Forest* ��Ss3^jc��*k--to issue fire permits during the. fire season.  COR8ETT ESTATE  Fladager requested action en  the Corbctt estate across .from  the Jfealtb center. "This, is a  fire hazard and an impediment  to the valus of the'property,'*  be- maintamed. "Council Null  contact the heirs and offer to  demolish! the- building at no.  cost  to   them. --  '    -  Mainil _���-_!' prepare a tist oi  a ppiicanti from previous flies  for an as&atant in theoff.cc._  Feeney fa St the" office should  be open part of every" day.  Maimt-fill the "candidate, should  be someone who ct-iild deal  v.-Hh-the "law and hiima3 .beings" and would bc good  enough" ta tak? over oa shcrl  notice.^ Camxriission chairman,  A. E.: Ritchie felt the :cicii-  date should be someone "who  would lake an interest in .--the  work and see a future in it.  The sum of S36CO bas.rb-i;n pat  ri the budget for this purpose^ _  and the'machmerv .is set up  for the retirement* fund.  A younger person is nsedtS!  because tof thz high retirement  fund premium to be paid on  an older "person. Council is still  paying _ SS5 - a months premium  on previous clerk Bob Bums  retirement fond. His - widow  does not receive the S52JS pension a month until her own retirement 7 since she is paying  into-- the .same* fund and it is  not permissable to pay into and"  take-out-of the same fund at  the same. time.  *-X.   MacKay   will   attend jthe*  Greater    Vancouver .- regional  ccuncflt convention with ".Drummond  instead of Fladager- as  originally planned.  Scouterama  best show yef  ED ALDRED, assistant scoutmaster cf 1st Secheit reports  the sceutsiMma is the- best  show he has ever seer.- "It  puts tha professional shows to  shame.", he says. Pat on entirely by scoutsis and Queen  scouts, it waj a grand display.  Scouts - "Ricky AldmL Gary  X2\*-tcn. Kobia Ha^Sord and  Eebbie Hayes also enjoyed a  visit to the aquarium a^d saw  the totem pelz st UBC.    *  Gibsons CRfi plan  park wading pool  * THE cSmniiisity recreation ac-  }i tivities csnductsjd or aided  by '-the .Gibscnsj- Recreatioa  Ccmaiissa).'- inc'i-d? Junior  Soccer. Senior! Badminton.  Junior Badminton.) Senior a.ad  tuhzor Ski Club. I Ssisior and  Junior   T?^3;s.   \'"|:m*n'f   Saft-  {hfU.'Liitlz   Leslie  .'BaswwII.  ���lid   Babe  R-ita   LkzztJie  Ba-e-  &���*-'   b       !  !  !T_3 " Glfc^^s } ntzreztizsn  dzmmiislon' has' uidi-rtakjn ta  tiiild   a  ^ddiziz  nctl 'on  Kin<i  . thsn P^rk.-'is the myeicipaSt*.  - &X Gibers. Jt is��� hz^sd that  "fii*<fcv "fcr *h:-5'cK**trjcticn. can  ii'-rcalixed  from   a drive  f;-r  -memfacrihip in cur Itecseziizn  '*Ass-ciatic--- f-rmed   test  year.  I To.a-TC;!nmijs;on   also   plaas"  fb-77 stage- -a' programme _ cf '  eveats for Jaly-Ist. iwrre.-Last  '.jaar.'. a  hsneshoe  c^mp-tition  -iad rad race were ittaugurat-  ed. This -year, tt is bepsd that"  "era- cr tw*i* lEghLiad. "campct:--  Udzs. such ' is __r__;I__r. the  h>rzh. can .be addsd. *  J AH - ja^Iqr recr^atiai groups  %z\ e bzez\ ii&sA. where a��<ist-  ' t~.ee    was"  rc-questi'd,    23d    a  Ottrsticn   'v-.th    tac:-   G.b^Xns  '%ihsmm  Ck-b.-i*   r.li-zzz.4   foe  t:-:k    ���>--���:-=;--      "V-f.    Jn���;".i-     * ^*.  a.���-^     _^i���^5.--      ^ i.t-      ^ u^.^4       LJL-.  tzi". Tzzr-izz   Pr-grisr.rr.i-   _*.:| -  Recrteafiok  for everyone  HERfi i> a l.t:.*e m���*.--* i,-.f "--  n-^r-o- cr* ti-; Q iX'.Azru-z^  ser.; -:z tvi?jc.-i> hy-ts.-- Ki^..-  ics Ctib (.-. i'r ir . r^.-d  ST~".i Ce-.-j-t.  Th.* pf:r�� -.: Ch -* : l"-\  con:*.- a .-"s--: ���>. __- i y v. :.? !  rsen-.'rir^-, ��.-.��� ;;-.i-rr: e- -. a  sre f;-_ :i !' ; t:.- : ,r.~ r,--! ���. f  tee C rr :**j..-,'... c"*~j~z; . .,-��  by [_-i7- *;^.rr,;j; r:jr !)��t-,  tnen.bi-..:..i l-~:_ ---:;! <!:.-,  S.S- v.:Z z- ...I .'?������"-.���"ir-_  A S; .������ t ���.'X f.,,: - ; ;"y  \-&i  +'."z. C-; .-.;: >-..=*;.-'   .   i  r.TH  I-"*  s*;-!  .".r    a  *,  <���  '..  CJithc  I*    f *���  - t  .. -r  -.=  -.:   c *.  d  1  ���O  add-  2    **.*  t  -.e   1  ;;.  ���J   ^rj-  :.  1  tfae  ch  iiZ: .-,  -  *--.e   \  . is  ��*  -*  tcsul  d   rr.  SrZ.  ��  r_  .:vt.r. A  3.'.  ������  for  ;ar,c  -tt-  C  -. *  ircis  c  r  V  -.  bj(5  lie  f   -  - -  ������  --iiil-  \;  n  fis-r  iz  *  "*  _;-"���  ~\  .. :c   *:  i  ���T  ��-^nl  13   *  1        ,  IT   --  .  -  ��<-  ���^ ���  ^     ,  cs  -  ^^. rrt>-  'l  *-  Var.**  *-    <t-  .-*  t___-._C'_r: :.. t--f (7h .rtj.-"d  promiti. Br.>r..*7* {-cm t.rst* 'i  time ft -.���."-_ i~ ': .-r*. ���* .'*. fe : T  up 2  r* .?'; .- :.z%: i 'a.-.'.t T,-- '���  tst bj- .-. -.- '. r ���. -  Xr.z.'  'l.:*:  r-.-.rz Ch  il.-h  bz   r\etv. c;--op��-ra7te   *'-  hit-ztzz.   ; -  -1 A walk frcm Sechelt to n.b-  f-ra? y-iiz^tzti by th. GiK.-s  Ectria;:c^.-i c*mmis>.6��i is ���*_-  _-;-h":  schcdialed -fzr-^und;-  1 -,---*   1  S;tli . xttciiit.iz~ _C'Jmai;.s..iIr_  pbh- tz' s^.cr^zr a'^nrier-r-zzj^.  -Ci\'he bzz-th i* G15i<K-; before  a��� ..,��� j..^. .a-.^,      .> ��� ��� ., ���.a     ts^..*  iidt-  waikei-u   back  hime.  the   zr-z-'%   ���:  Rir.fc     j-    \,\,  i ...zr'zr.t    I < .r  cjr-r.- f ;-       ie.  *,. --.  J- ���:  ���:  fc;       :z    ,!.:���>  1                          **         *     ��      1*         -       .  :-fe:_.t      11.���;. \  i ������    "��� -.   <  -- -  tl3Ut-^�� r.    :r *-.  ! -'.   :..     '- S--  u-Ji :^e  _.-.   . -  t  f-r ���..*.���-���     : *  a rv-3.  -       1  \  1-       :  ���  / -  thing i-| :->  jj^--  J m *.-...    .->.*  X-   -:-c�� ai  aitio^t  -s -<-;    t,  hive  Gifcsons 1Social kites  RICILARD Stesser. san of'Mri  |-ircd-Mrs,   Stanaer! of   Gih-  Soni    has    just    beea    placed  on Canada^" 1st sufamaria^ that'  "started its tea .trials7 April  8;  136C   He   had   7   motths   ��ub-  inarinj trainirg prior to th'is.  I Mr. and Mrs. Xygrco. senisr,  mc\fcd-mtc their beautiful new  Some built by Ray Taylor en  die jGawer. Point  Road."  J X^-w-hom* c-ATiers ia Gibsca'I  ��__| b_  Chariie  and ! Pa*. "Co-  meaii. .and - family ; _rh3   havs"  purdiased   th?   home   ot   E-d  Reed ca Sechelt Hlgha-'ay   bet-  fcr krujwi: as "Rec-ds-Corner".  I Jack  Myers  is   a  patient  ir.  St. Mary's Hc-pitaL Mr. My-rs'  sistsr,   Mrs.   Donald [Anderses  9hz  resides in Cupar.  Saskatchewan, is visiting in .Gibson.*  mith Mrs.  Myers.  f Mr. Reg." Adams, a. leas tirr-e  resident   cf   Gibscns   is -;s   Sr.  Paul's   Hospital   in   Vancouver:  jfr.   Adams   is   rnakinc- gcod  progress - asd   wishes   he^ were  I President Carrutters  of G:fc  I ���By Dorecn Crosby  ?or.4* <"ana��-ian Li-Zzt- Era.-.- -i  *����� ��t|! atterd ::*.c Dt .-:,..-���.. -  Con^erxara fin Ui:K::r.*;, Pi...-  e'ent Cirn-ttt5rs -^71 .z*Sj K, -  ^.i^ ,.. ^ *. ^.*��_ ..ii- r^ ? -*  Creck.Bra.Trh  _Mrrani|Mr��    W    FVj?     I  Gtbs--s    art-   ci    i   1-4   ���#"< .  \i*.t ta Sal  Fri tc-.-c-���   .    -  Arcfelc Jla-ETiaring * '.'. '-���*  hanor3c AjrJ *3U. by U :.-  pre seeled ��-.th a Lafo it**". -  bc-rshxp   Card. -' f ?r-'   ���,*-��.-" p.. j. I  Can2dia3=-.Lez;.or..   ';  Mrs..Keith. Wr.gr. ��;u ex.*. *.  of h-nzizf a* a r;-:irerr:;r.t -~.-  tj' -ci^t-rt. fcr.- the pris: -f 'Li  Su^er-Vaiu irtaff. April & [>>:'-  thy. was prise-t.--d i-;Ui a cl^k  aa. anather! small ��_f_.  ^��^a^*^^a��^��^-^*^^^**  C. E- SICOTTE  BULLOOZIKG SERVICE  Land CJcsrtng - E��c��-r��ftrt^  an4 Rood Bwiliin^*     *  FREf ESTIMATES!     *  Phcrie 886-2357   f  snakeskin hose is a must for  the fire brigade, reported conrir  missioner F. Feeney. ' This  costs $56.67 per 50 feet (less  S-% tax). If will be ordered im--  mediately, but the Scott air-  pack will have to wait until  September.  A! 16mm sound projector to  show* education films was donated   to  the  firemen   bv   Ed  :afe.  LEARANCES   RECEIVED  Gibsons! aid District C. of C.  lave received all the necessary  alued at $000 to the Welcome    Johnson, of  Universal  Timber.  Council     will     convey    their  thanks- by letter.  "-jNV   MacKay   reported   some  roads   had "been   graded   and  more will be done as soon as  clearances   ind will. commence   the   grader  is   available.   The  -vorkVonjtle  launching  ramp,    narrow alleys also need grad-  IVIatenals; fur construction will    ing and crowning, he said. He  cost S__oj libor will be volun-    enquired atout council's policy  tary.  ANreuuested  grant-in-aid^   regarding installation and types  of  $100  was!" given  by  council'   of culverts. It7 bas_ been^ cOiin-:  y-towards cjoks'.'The C. of C. also    cil's policy not to ^permit use  " ^:cpected (financial support from., cf permanent, wooden cuivertsia-  .qibsgns   MWchants   associ.atto_*pr culverts under 10" in dia���  ;���' -X-  ECtiaT  ERYICIS  PORPOISE BAY   (Secheit!   B.C.  " ' --      : "J :  Air Charter & Aircraft Malnfenakce  Fishing  Hunting  Freight  Air Taxi  Coniraci\Fiying I  Sightseeidg Tours  Tim her. Cruising  Air Ambulance  ���r-<  bb  1  -.���  i  "i  4    "  d  i*  -_  PHONE SECtlELT QSS^BBO AND BOOK ^UGHT  I  H  Z'i  z.} <���" ���&___  - ^^--ir--.;  '���-v^^Y'^  er  |��ittf0jit&  Language, it 1  COMMU-*nO'VTIG-'*'  bur socie  H  *j/f -  |  'I  I'  ���.-   'J  .   I   i-  l'-  1"  I- -.  i?*-��  !''-i!  ��� ** y  advantages,  . bads: i citizens,  communities  should hti fret  without fjjar ���  privilege of a!  caif'i a ttews|  ^pafrinage of  haliijnark of il  iThe fact  alls mark ��1  Pr��gres��  he nervous system of  y todaly, [and! language is the tool  claiinedj is the. greatest invention  3 of the;Human brain. Throukh language i[ is pos  sible to transn'iit or communicate "(leas from one  human or grcup of niimns to another. Ideas,  depending on whether tjiey are gocd or bad can  ptotnote' progress or iddstn etioni. ./  1 -r_   "   '*--'    '      " '     papyrusy or  -bleached puWTis ^JUijh "i  The newspapl r, ' as a sop  modern tOol, s iiould Ipririg  scrihej'r ai^ hoj est picture  drawback  te*||, whether i: utilize!*  J'   "   c ol of cc mmuiiicatfon.  "j sticated and complex,  to the hoii)e of the sub-  cf his community���-its  its goo 1 citizens, its!  its pnigr^ssj iis compared jto other  jind to the world it general.  It  andWettped to^print the truth  od favor, j This'is the duty and the  good, liewjsrjaperi Only in this way  aper   -brhrjiand  the  respect   and  |ts sob ���.crib-:rs, and stand out as a  comn luji-t; -*s "progres s.  that TJhe TfimeS' subscription con-  :o its publishers and  !"_ may.be wrong,  but t shall.horde so wrath}  as to jail to s'ay.  what I believe to be right,  j     Why  The Ballad of  tiie nqvei dead  Where e'er) you meet the ladies,  At dinner, ilunch or tea,  Or at a cocktail :party.  Or some earnest committee,  -a-)oHN AJtkins Beforerihey have departed  you wjiH gel. ifiso unblest, <  A full 'organ recital'  Tis ihe music they love best.  staff that the calibre of reporting and diversity  and conent of its news meets with the approval  of an intelligent readership. Z_  Reporting of news rides! the spectrum from  positive and dynamic down thjrough mediocrity tq WHOSE) bright idea was lit t  negative covefaab. Negative coverage is a form of    re-christen the high schcols?  paid protection jwherebv a publisher suppresses,    Now they're supposed fo be! J1* ��n,v "J* In J���*     mA  withtfolds%or distorts newsMtnd  inforh��W in called junior secondary spools7 You re spared no gruesome  They'll  tell you all  their ail;  ments,      - - ��� ,  No whisper, butifull cry.  Softools?  nffiraser Valley Record)-. f they havei no reservations ���  it to ^uch as yo^ an(* *'  No matter jbe they intimate,  symptoms  pSm*P^rtoo5bie^fe'SS'<^ ^^rSZ.'tSi.n*->. ���,��������.�����> ��,  J'  ec:  been   made  very;  They talk of pills and pOtioiis,.  raise food toi sto  sip!  .is based o^i Ith^  time and riea  THERE ia a  newssCrv  ly the present  kil{-d  tinuis io1 mount indicate;  'a  A JiAlLL; FAJR is an e:.h bitioh in the harvest  ;! seaspn 1 .[herein thi; jroduee of uany in-  dustnous people is disponed.- ft is aj seasonal cultural rite.! FrOrn this display is selected th. largest  purrtpkin, tfie [host p;rfeCt rase, the most appetizing jar of dill ] Sickles, thej tin est white face of some  ypuhg i4Her, �� lid. not the: ei st, the puIlov;r hand-  knitjof wool c_rded iniJIsptn from the hick of a  pet i canine. [FLeen compbtilipn spiced-by good  naturcd rivalry: and teni]iered by af general aura  of cWj^titior and pride;- [ofj accomj|lishm,ent per-  .meatesiWe expel ��itk>n.  -fl'  ���Culture) spring!>   fjroni   agri<Jtilturc|,   when  prinntivei ^ian^settled duwii to till!the soil and  re for ajiati y day- fie thifn found  to becorhd  suppl;'  advertisersi has   n^er  The b^sinessmen-of SSchelt Peninsula ar^ in clear,  need of ev^ry domestic doiiar. Many' local busi-     Is the iname more impressive,. x        and evcn smears  nesses   face   almost   overwhelming   competition asks The Vernon News Cdi^r-^q{  *a| isfs an(]sur^;ns   <^  from great monopolistic companies \vith unlimited ���� mS^ttSXa secS While you ��fr bored to tears,  capital to invest m advertising���namely catalo- ary school supCrioi. in any wayl M {ot operations,  gues.  These catalogues are  in virtually  every t0 a high $cbo6l? " .     ' so technical ire iN-y,  home and the yeoman duty^for their, advertisers     perhaps   we   should   gA  one Vou fce( lhc; CQUld perform  -by channelling a colden stream through the mails step further, as; they do jn On- ,hneof .lav  away from the Peninsula. tario. Maybe we should uignify, AI any    -^        > '  -���     ' ��� ��� , them with the term "collegiate  ������    The Times is also m virtually epery home, institutes," which sounds 'jven Tbey talk of grim bursitis,  and you may identify the intelligent, progressive, m0rc impressive, egad. i Arthritis and thc reM,  community-minded businessman by his advertise-    Come off it,  you education* bu( a lively gastric ulcer  ment in The Times. Patronize our advertisers.      alists.   There's   nothing   wrong ,s ,he n, thal ,hcy |OVC bcst#  ' . wl}hf Bood old fashiOTTOi lpgh-rhrombosisaidpsycho$js  ���   _ ��� school i      ,       ,       .   ���        .  'HIPS * In  fafct,  from! a  new^papei> And eoodnc^ knows what  man's point of view it's  a de-  uggesiion  cesiand n:W!  practice!  civilize^. Chiiizatioh  and it! was unques-.  -- .'\        ing hens,  W��S MWt&i'FMrpi Wilii sad* *lf-Pt?y��ng sigh  M��n  o Till some amusement crops up,'  '      Vms  tionablv woman in the absence of her nomadic cided ^vantage,  hunting- mate1 who first scratched the soil with a   ^Jg ^^f^  pointed stick to cover a handful of edible seeds, fta<s in^ead ^f *.Senior  and later reap the harvest from her frugal! act. al3(j youj*n iujOW what we  Today in the sophistication ofjojiru20th century 'atomic science we must pause to: vieW the re-  cnactnient of one civilized man_s��� ageless,  pageants. Our fall fairs held yearly in Gibsons  are a credit to the industry of many peoplej, but  for the spark and tenacity of purpose ojonelfrail CmUtU^reiul  little woman, who without ^thought of material ^-"���-���j"-*'"***^^* ^ *�����'  reward or personal acclaim they would not have (Christian Science Monitor)  been possible  Mrs. LefeW^has ^the custo- JT MAy!     ^ X     mj  dian of our culture. As Secretary of the Farmers.   mercjjj,s- on American te!ev,  Institute  and  Fall  Fair cpmmittee  for  many, jsjon   a^e  aesthetically I better  many-years, she has with her pointed stick, her than thbgprograms they interi  ^pencil, sown the seeds of industry of which we rupt. But that is no excuse for  ill reap the benefit. ���'  ne.\t,  ; While they demonstrate  senior neurosis��� .;  head- j-f,js (iiey preach on any text,  high",        , ..    "  mean.  They crawl around like moulf-  ning momentum that  We questioped  j because it spenied to  I grief would  f tragedy wa;  ibe  gTief,  tapers protes strong-  of | witholdlng mines of  tntil "the next-of-kin  antes  then heavens! Aren't theyu  spry. .  Dancing. Bowling, .Bingo  games,  Be_ch parties, fishing too.  Vou"-be! they're there to join  thc fun.  As fit as me or! y��u-  persons KHtediin acqidents  have been nptiJied."  The practice started during .the1 war, when it  ,\yas thought that the   witholding -jpf names of  persons killed \vould  relative was! ncttfied  a chance 4&at they wouljd read abd^t the tragedy  in the newspapers, or hear it on a news flash  the interruptions to get longer 5�� 'adics, you amaze ire.  and  frequenter.   It's   net   your With your mostly fancied ills,  imagination. The Association of You have little conversation  National Adervtisers  S;.ya the Beyond synUOmaUc thrills.  entertainment portion of a half- n���f  ������.. f������, ���K���.,���   ., ^,u������  .,         .'       ,        .   .   ,,   ,   .    -_ But, one fact* above al  others  hour show has dwindled to 22 ,       ,        c    '������ X  or 23 mjnutes; on an hour ishow lI canl get "brough my tead,  it's dowtfto 48 or 49 minutes.!" !* 'hough you're alway} dying,  Fortuna|tely   the   association; Vet hone of you are dejid.  tli  at  no m.tter how the  We qiestionj th^-s3Un( nessiof'this policy-  or practice���aga^n because the-ojily th|ng that  the t|me it  shock was shock and  started,  news of  has changed is the number" pf deaths; more people  die in highway accidents i than are killed by war.  Consider this situation (and it is typical, for  it happens every day)���-You have relatives or thinks thi$ may be bad (for bus-  close friends travelling. Ybuiknovvfhey are headed iness, let* alone the audience.  _  for Seattle. How many hours do you spend in ex- Ithas H��8<*�� Proposals tj main. Ltlttle trOgS  treme anxiety after hearing the flash that "two.S" *. HiJH��� 5.?*   *'?. The ,itlle -rogs out in the bogs  .  -v-.x.      u h.  -t      -i j�� j ���       .- i_-_ -j    ��.T   ��� t..       .i.   t.* i. utes of entertainment ir  a half ���      *-  ease the shcj:k if a close    died in a light car accident tonight on the highway hour and 51 minutes in L hour  Arc hoarse as they can be,  by bfficials b^ffare there was    near Seattle ..."? , now therf's^^ an association.-that The^ only thing that thiy can  If you are like many.people we know in this should have no ratin^Jtrouble.        sing ]  community, you will'spend at least one sleepless vviih a WI before thi* Senate  night, probably more, until/you have some word to_-prol#ii the Federal Com-  b_.ySurtoviones<t*jL,��,safe..ndsound   *X^J!_SS��|,K  . ���    .,       ...-..-     ....-        You may even start long-djstance inquines which qUenCyT 0��   commercials,   any  conveyed, f0 lopg as it jwas 4ccurate.    will further compound ybur worries with the sign of industry responsibility  delays inevitable in finding someone who may be is welcp^te.  anywhere. >  There is no justification for this needless  prolonging of anxiety for so many people, when  IH [BBBI1] le 3%e��&2bf��ie&    only a very few are concerned. Tragedy is tragedy,  and delay will not soften the news of it. In fact,  it may have the opposite effect.  "Most people \ are batnered by  those passages I ot I Scrip, ure they  da not underskuio; but ;. ..-'. the  passages that bptlir me we those  I do understand".  ��� Mark Twain  "I WILL COMp AiJAIN." John ^*:3   \  THB purpose of the firsfComing of onf- Lordjwas "to  s<?ek and toisave that whicl  was lost." Lufe 19:10.  Whqnrfi'fTeturns, it is to receive f   comp:: to the  ���<ipqt)1 M&mds  (Lady^mith-Chemainus  ' l Chronicle)      r  Is some harsh melody.  11 serves them  right,  fcjr just  last night  They got their feet.all writ.  And so I'm told they caught a  cold, : I  An<��  tbe>'*re 'not   better  yet.  For little frogs that sit on tog*-'  Are just like little boys,  l*hey like to gel their feet alt  wet !  And make a lot of noise.  unto  thijs.  Himself. Hi  is; termed ''The Ripmre  There is also alnother  ... j.  Lord���^Zech.   14:  posyer  [come"  whereas  for all eierr-ifjy tfiat_his  bCar.  His own (theibelievers)'  dir for this puijpose^and  Sec 1  Hess. 4:   14-17.  to thii world   by our  judgmpht. Pahl makes  Cominj  4���and it is t  jre^ence to it ir 2 Thess.. }:7'b. "The llU>rd Jisus shall  -!bc'! revealed froiii  Heaven  will   His  njijghty  sngels. in  iflaining fire talcing vengeance   m then11 that 1 now not  God, and that obey not the. Gospel of our Lord Christ  who shall be punished -vithj/eve-lasting destru,ciipn from  the Presence of the Lord,! and- from the glory of His  A wfisef persor. wil flee from the "Vfraih to  the foalislv like Cain  purishmerit is more  THREE UNIVERSITY STUDENTS in Washings ENGLISH  speaking  Canadians  ton invaded a cemetery, stole a skull, and     wl?0 f���^'- lheir ]).lo<k- Pressure  T* i it_'student,',r?,k"- ^ Tacon,a >* SS2UZ! aI5J?_S��-  who heard] the. case took a realistic view m his be  in ��nger if she  were to -*-���������������'���������-�����  sentence: t^iree months of week-ends to be spent visit Quebec at this time should  r, ��,      n ��  by the prhnksters cleaning up and beautifying remember that this is proba"bly OECHEIffPENINSULA j&Mb  the cemetery. These types of sentences, whereby wbat Ml"*.!- Chaput wanted, jit is  penalties-aire exacted in labor, should have more lfcomi!_1 "Jcr^'-Sing1y evident  effect in sowing down "pranksters" than the usual SnfAt'ifSL? Qufe* >r1  ^ay of allowing them tS buy their way out of a ^^^S^aS  penalty with the dollars that most of-them find the tw? fbasic national groups  so easy to dome by these boom days.  rS. Cassclls,  in our j��|untry. To becOmft unduly roijisied by their statements  -    - -^        would simply mean dahciflg to  IlaildOIlB T��EO!lgilt& -*_!_.m^-'   ��� -���     w .. Thif is one of the gnive dan|  gei-s in "this lamentable situation,   that   remarks   by   a   few  by Ben Burroughs  "here arc only two ways to be unprejudiced and Quebec extremists maylprovoke  impartial. One is to bc completely ignorant. The other is a "massive and general reaction  shall e4>erience    *o be completely indifferent Bias and prejudice are atti-* lrQra the: rest of Canada.  We  i>re than he can    ludes to be l>ep!t in hand, not attitudes to be avoided.       knjow   th^t   there   are   English  Baptist Church  ���CharliesiP. Curtis  speaking fcxtreroists as%vell, but  ~see  v-*^ff*&Omr~=? ���  page 8  Published Wednesdays  at Sechelt  on B.C.'s Sunshine Coast  bv  Sechelt Peninsula Times' Ltd.  Box 381 - Sechelt. B.C.  Serving the area from  Port Mellon to \Egniont  (Howe Sound io Jen'is, Inlet)  Joan Donley, Editor  S. B. Alsgard, Piiblikher  Subscription Rates:  fin advance I  1 Year. S5 - 2 Years. S9  3 Years $13  US. and Foreign $5.50  mmmmmmmmmM******-**: g* *&-*-&.l?,^ :' ���"-���y.-^?.-_r._t^ ^-^^ ���?'*? ���-' **.:���?**.��� -r..:.:.*.A. ���    .-- .-���_���_.-_ f.:.V ,������',. --,.�� '��� .7, ���, ,������..,������ . *���-.  ��� ���������������    Crestwood  "* --���*--* *- ..  ! By R. F.[Don.ey  THE LONG, ch*fo_hed noses oL the big, pipk-convertible  " poked through the tollgate at Horseshoe Bay, gateway to the Sunshine Coast. It was not a Cadillac as  ] first appeared,' but a lpsh, Chrysler Imperial, custom  built from chrome wheel rims to soaring ?[aii fins.  All heads, in the waiting  cars,, on the farry ^slip, craned  as the box-car length, -^"pasjtel-  hued, luxury, vehicle rolled "ma-  jekiically to- its designated ai-  slje. But there was obviously  more to come. From-the trail-  ..cij -hitch extended a massive,  balloon_ tired trailer. Perched  on the trailer, was a: superb^  pink cruiser,, replete with fly-  ink' bridge.  !It was.an identical pink to  tl:at of the posh Imperial, aiid  ���wonder of wonders,, the: sheer  ;oi the deck-line blossomed out  iri soa ring,.y rear tail fins duplicating those of the car. Cradled between! the fins sprouted  tvyo   elegant,    pink   enamelled  ment called Bebder or Pender  Harbour, then-bpt a short drive  to Jervis Inlet {where we will  launch our boat! Let's, hope that  the fish don't bite and Daddy  will be only top glad to head  back to civilization.  "Ithink" lseel  ing- now- Yes  "looks.like one of|  that  wras  condemned    in    cur  country years a  the ferry com-  it'-is.- Looky it  those old-boats  go.   in    Puget  Why,   these   poor  peo-  Soiind.  pie.**'  -"Be -patient, darling," urged  mother.7 "Daddjt  is   the--boss.-.  you know. And 1 must caution  you   again   to   avoid   upsetting  _..... ..  him. He is a big man in his  Ojitboardymotors,  a 60 and 20__fieki,   the   diplomatic   service.  hJp.--7- j ;. 7 -   Thi   fate  of  otiry nation   and -  The "door of the car;opened7  JFJrom thhe front seat emerged  ja tanned, ruddy-hued, middle-  fa|ed, grpy-haired man, ccewy  j cut and 'confident.7 He sported  : pale,! open-toed sandals, ^ Ber-;  mud a  shirts and "shirt by the  perhaps even .the whole world  may depend upon men like him  being' calm, 'sensible and relaxed in. these. trying rimes.  'We_ are on this trip because  his    doctors   and   psychiatrists  -j recommend    complete    relaxa-  tdp-couturiers. From the obpO- -tion in a nice quiet place awav  | sate:-si.de, junior appeared, an from ^ unaon. excitement  ������ iiu|entical. (smaller replica minus-  and frustration of-city life  | the grey- hair. They were pais.  j     FrdnTitJie back seat. sh_ ap-  ! peared   -���   immaculate,   giam-  "i orous.and poisejt. The brunette,  ! b< re-hive 1 air-do competed with  ! thje- tailor ;d7sunsuit by  'Cole*.  j W|hite  lipstick   and  green  eye  j shadow! aided to the spectacut  j lajr debut!  Daughter's  coiffure  : and ensemble were identical""!- -  i> that of mother's, except for the  -;k blond hair,  orange  nail  polish  'jand pink toreodore  pants.-  :'   The      bored, y .sophisticated,  teenage    girl    glanced   around:  pjanaramically. noting .the spectacular bay, the beautiful cx-  !  panse of Howe Sound and the  j   guardian . range    of    superb  I -.; mountains: forming  a   magnifi-  j.-:.'cent7"' perimeter  to   a -vibrant,  !   pjulsing expanse of rugged land  a|nd sea. . -:'���  "But mother," she! observed,  j really; what a quaint place. I:  id wish tjqu .had.!.b|en .-'more.;:  emphatic and convinced Daddy  of> the futility of this strip."  "I know howyou teal, darl-  iig," said the older woman,--;  'but I did trybAftfer* all. a  swimming ^pool - wotjild have  lecnii[finitely more, sensible.  I don't inow how we.{will ever  le abh to hold our 'heads up  back ��� n Crestwood i Heights,  \kjiat with all the neighbors installing second pools] A nice  forty* foot pool would have cost  Very lit tla---more"'than the money your Father spent on that  hideous   boat.   Honestly,   dear.  ^Mother, and daiight cr retrac  ed their steps to  car where they -[joined  Father  the vehicle,  father turned  daughter  te-  and .son.ntering  Once in the par.  to his wife bad  marking happii>7  "W'ell, my love";. It wont die  long : how.v Within  win drive off thisj old tub onto  the -Sunshine; Coajst- where everybody is nice and friendly.'7  With these .words, father relaxed happily tntoj the comfortable j sea\ and* mcjntally pictured the dr^e'-ug'-thje.-Secbeit Pe-  the expensive  ! the ��� villages of Sechelt and  !. Pender Harbour woaid bring  " tham _ta Jervis Inlet where *hey  f could go fishing.  The drive to the- Inlet prov-  j ed    uneventftd    and    Father's  I frayed    nervous    system    was  j soothed   by" his  admiration  of  [the   beautiful   inland   sea.   ihe  Gulf" of Georgia, and the pristine beauty of jewel-like lakes  framed .  by    the   jmagnificsnt  growth   of: trees   marred "only  by* unsightly tangles of jumbled  logging slash,-.and. piles of >aw  jgarbage    dumped    along    the  roadside by the  residents.  ��� -  j   As the big car came in sight  jof-the Inlet, the occupants were  breathless at the. vicar.: ifduat-  Diadem's   snow tipped,   needle  like peak was accentuatfei hy  the   snow   clad   Coast    Ranje  marching     whiteclapped     up  Jervis Inlet This mile high escarpment   crowned   with   snow  and glaciai^ic2 is the uj^urned  edge  of the*j strata  onderiying  the "greati c&tral" plains^ ��� our  coasts -uncompromising pnswer _  to the relentless erosion} of. the  vast  Pacific Ocean.  !;A leloud :shad0wed  the  son.  breaking, the spell, and Father -  rtmarfcd.' **We must, find boat  launching * fecililies-    A    Steve.  Brodie, I believe somewhere in  this  nsghborbood has  a  hoist  or ramp.  Watch  for his sign.  ray dears,"  Junior's bright eye luckily  spotted the sign nailed behind  a stump and the party drove  down.the narrow logging road  to thejaunehing ramp.  i'*HI-yuh, folks," said the genial, loquacious Brodie. "Yah  didn't come here to catch a  street car, dij yuh"? There ain't  none here. So jiih. must a-ant .  your boat lunehc-d. Back in un-  {The Sechelt- Pentasala Times, .Wed.^Apr.1 ;|5/ l'ft_4^_ge S  kfer Jthe crane." '  I. Father, ^ttery as an old maid  ;at the YMCA spotted the boat  tinder the hoist where .Brodie  ^wrapped a strand, of heavy rope  around- the hull and gently rai-"  sed the boat from! the ~trailtr.  Sow^i* the boom swungr out gv-  Jer ths water, ten feet below.  Th. jbuQ-like roar of the 'wim*.  hreke into a staccato bark and  ^ "died in a couch.  "Fire's out,**  bgrunted   Brodie.  |  At "this  point,   the   big,   pint  cruiser seemed to pivot: slisht-  Jy in the sling and,to th~ horror-stricken eyes of |father snd  - son. mother and daii^-ter. the  relentless arc pursued "the full  half-circle accompanied - by a  large splash^  j "The motorl" screamed Father, his voice an i octave a-  bovev its normal pitch.'  IJSplash*'*-*.     ; 7  4 "The other motor!***he squea-  k*=t-: b  f-  | Purple-faced from 'the pressure of blood in his neck and  throat, Fattier could only ��*asp  irith each additional precipita-  hhn- which Saaily crai-d in _a  -fan. :of ecjoipmsnt, icameras.  sounders, near, all ended en  the bottom jof.-the bay to the  Indignant surprise *of the huge.  grey,  bottom    flatfish,    which:  -with startled flips of their  strong . tails disappeared in  muddy clouds.  | The little j group could only  stand as if !paraly_ed, staring-  in fascination, frozen fey the en-.  ormity of tfc*_caiaraity. -  I Thi stasis was broken by the  fbntard surge of the boat as  ft slipped from the sling grace-^  fully into the  salt water, sub-  ���:   I      '       fz    -  merged   l��it   for the fchrome  trimm2d transom on w|iefc th-**  gold-fettemi name. -Mi* Goodwill* scintJCated in the 4k>C- idh.  ^ At   this {point,-   the I htz:\,  /hlack; cloud .farming :cit  fr-*"i  ! thi scaith east'obscured ]th J ;i*i  and   huge S droplets     <^     r~~.n  1 splattered fcAre *nd there.  ...i-  l dzt&y' incrE^sin^ to   a   torrvn-  l tial downpour. - -       -  i     Four    uabappy.    ur.4iiJvfI.-i  ] people ran'mr* the big to-iu-r.-  ible.  Afterj a  Harry   of  cizr.c-  ment, they  s*acc??ded  ir. rising the tog. and huddled together  in   a| stusoed   s-ecce* �����>  m<Aher and -dawghtsr'*' t-e- u-. j  hair-d-s   collapiad   shout   !_.-;r  shoulders. |  Father. { still -purpl*- / snd  spc-echless.j rushed out sr.i ��;.>-  cooaactsd ifie trailer7=nnH-7r,^ -  ia the g!o*e coE2panm*!nL Le  procured two odd-looking J:-  cense plates which v.mx.4 ��-"-  sure him of dip*omatic~tci _!__*-  ity' |or: arrest. These h? fs.st?s-  ed -ffbhe |ar.    " r  Gravel and dust s"urrr*d"<--:t,  behial likelshrapuet a* the=tir.  jetted  forward.   laying   ^tivaks   ;  of burnt rubber far a fcimdrtd \'  feet.  The  ipcedometer - h?dk?  wavermg   $z    tC3   cret��   t-vrf;  higher a*^!i th;  crcsr---do vr:-  ns "cf doal \ txhaos* r^:arh-*r:;d  frcm. _ill*..j-fa hilltop feke *.r-.*  wail:cf exifsst bi��"7jt-*-j  Father's' '-glaird ej.-:s pitf."��-J��  ahead. His mouth i.-.'J j~.... d  cords strained but so ;e-u'.d  was emitted;-e��epsr. for th? ��-  casiocal sqijeak whien %zz?r.i;l  to say. "patrcbatkn. mi.st r-t  home and push that-pae.c" :;t::-.  -loo."  .      l7 .       -   ' *  USE     TIMES     CLASSIFIES  ninstjla   to) Jervis  Lheif* boat would  He could visualize  that   would   pick  and    gsntly.    ever  so   gently.  Inlet where  be launched,  the big hoist  up   his   boat  ower it into  .__  swing it out and  the water.  Their equipment had all b?en  all 4oaded-aboard -o save time.  He mentally r mv^ntoried the  equipment ���"fishiig rods "and  reels, casting whe ;fi,: spinning  reels, spare lines and weights,  dip-ns ts, gaff hooks, rubber  clothes, sleeping bags, life jackets, portable ^ec io sounder^  transistor radio, spire parts for  motors. cameras ��� motion,  slide and polaroil: propane-  fridgt. fire extingi ishers, packaged bait, Swedi; h cod jigs".  Lucky Looie plugj. portable  transistorized     radpo-telephone.  there,    he _-.  A  lot    of    money  thought.  The massive, pink cavalcade  get frhntic. just petrified with    was first off the ferry, slip on  fright when vour Father opens:' ths  Sunshine  Coast] and  *Dad-  ;e   thrittles'on   both    motors.'^dy-O*.gently but,firmly applied  nd we dodge through fleets of 7 his   foot   to   the   acccelera*or._-  i-hing vessels or run over the    Three hundred and sf if ty,horses  ko*-linesf"of tugboats.-���'��� sfraining   at  the   leash   surged  Just ipok  at  thsm   now,   Fa-     fOTwsrd.     propemng     cat"     =����-  her     snd     Junior,    fatuously    boat at  an  mcreasing velooity  toaung   over   that   silly   boat._7^along"_the Sunshine Coasst Hign-  I  do   believe  they    caressr   it  vhen nd one-is looking."  "We must be patient. Just a  few morel days now and we  will be fsturning to. California.  After  we  cress  on  this  ferry,.   ther, "look, a 49 m  ie  enter  the  Sunshine  Coast,    sign,  where   tp2   Chamber  of   Corn-  way N"o.   101.  "-Daddy," cried* Jimioir.  "Oh. Father/' wajiled daughter.  ySlow down, dsarj"-said ilo-  pji. traffic  oir.  mercov<���latins..' it never ratas  imagine, popjr children growling up ;ind never seeing raindrops or rainbows. The inhabitants aie^nnostly loggers and  fjishermei,     : ;  ! It* must ".be' a.strange place  because 7 understand that these  loggers * nd fishermen do most  ofjtheir togging and'fishing in  t'he b<S*r parlors. It worries mc  nd I feil somewhat apprfhen-  ive of such .<iUeei" characters,  understand., also.^that h| the  inter thjere is no employment  nd all  tjhe Talll'  'Ciieejr  t|he  tte|4ga   miss,   "I  see  by ^formation    that    but  tjhe majx  the babies ara boen in  [that we pass "a settlor ^haur?and-a half's drive thro-igh  up.  Mother,"  replied  "Fuzz." cricdTJunf  "Apaches,"  said  Sister."  .  "State Troopers:" I cried  Mo-  thher.   But   to   no  ^vail.   Tne  wail of a siren brought the big  car to an i^iGrainious lult.  "A wise guy. hugh?" snarled  -the voice of authority, opening  his white door :and: striding oyer , to - the -unhappy .group.  "Don't you know you were go-:,  ing 42 miles in a 40 mile zone?".  A slightly chagrin2d and sub-  dud father .pocketed the ticket and proceeded {along the  blacktop, one watchiui eye on.  the rear view mirror. Once  through the village cif Gibsons;  father was cheered |>y .the m-  a   scant  ALL TIRES EXPERTLY MOUNTED FREE  SEAT       j  BLANKETS j  7 ��� " -    t  Special  C k L HIE CIIIIE  I,;  Gibsons  Semce  Phone ,886-25^ ���a  \->  ->���.���  S!  Sunshine Re  Rebeka  Lonore  HAZEL  VANBURE.f,-  Sunshine  visit. During  r-sim list,'accompanied  Vlislting   t^ie   loflge   with  president  wtere   Mrs  Holland,. asjstmbty   v  kahs  Lodge No  with visit  tebekah  e aftteriioan she  [Bern cfe  ice^prtsi--  is-  Jian  snd  Mrs.  debt; Mrs. jVolai Worsley  : sembly mars sail; J Mi-sr  Tewnion, past prjesidentl  representati.e*\toj JAR^H  Evelyn Shawl 7pak, Rijesid mt  and the one who institiited.Sm-  shlne LOdge No. 82 on Mayjsth,  1962; Mrs. .Bernice '[Hopkins,  past assembly' treasurbfcb {Mrs.  Edih Boniface, districi i|_R,"Jfo.  34;   Mrs.  Nellie  Wills] .-'district  deh  bs4 Noble' Grand Lola Turner  DP l^5o. SjMrs*. \fida IJurt  trici DP No. 45; Mrs. forte  ams.j Noble   Grand   Teshqijoit  Lddg^, Powell Rivfef; _ rs.yjjtfpr-  iori Kenneyy Jr., past Ing  Link: STo.  denfs home Jodgfe,  noble     grand  27 i pf tlte pn si  Vi neoiJ \1er.  Othbr visitors 1 were >3 Irsj , da  Hutchison, past noble pahi of  Queen-Estjier Lodge Sip. 2,  Winnipeg;  ; Wally j Sh; d,- i ppst  of  MRS.  HARRIEtr Newton, Kwn-  e;hin   district   ccmmis*sione'r,  savs her report en the annual  assembly   president,   honored��.C. Guide convention held at  official    New, Westminster   April   1���3,-  the  ibdge  No.  12  with  an  visit 2d members  [alas n  PNG; Mrs. M. Deimpsty, PI;G;  ��� Mrs. Marion Ros^, MibGhis-  tine Ritchie, PNG, of Arbutus  Lodge; Gibsons; Mrs. Elsie liut-  chirs, Mrs. M. Sirjlehu st,  Mrs. Eva Peterson, Mrs. i A pee  Reds and Mrs. toda 3u|rt pf  Gibsons district ..'DP.  Ladies represented wlrej Bseu-  lah No. 5, one rojemlxr; !C av  Xi ,erdJle  No.   10,   one .   aejal Jr;  ''''' 'yM'cerne^'^o. ._lyptie' ��� periil zr; ...  ���b?'0ipj|S ijiiu- Sfo-. Sj-b'eii^ih!! m-  ! 'feersTfTeshqupit ^d.n f:>beij ht,  ." lArfciu'lus l��To. 76,  six :md: Sfun-  shine No!'82i  22* members:  A | pot luck supper [was IPn-  jbyeid, ,and; a^ y^irysspl' ndidj ad-  dressv by, the .president with in-  ...teresting - sidelights on the  world wide anq1 co nmui ity  work of tjie order. N.j G. Lala  Turner    presented    Miss    Van  - Buren with a Cheque for ler  project and also a persoial  gift, Mrs- Eva Peterson of  Vr-  - biti is was also given i gift 4io  appreciation of  he maiy m les  ���  she travels eaCi monijh to of-  fieiite.at the! piano,  fter . the   meeting  hour  was   enjoyed,  birthday  cake '-ifas  cut  ant  hiila dance, pert'orrried  ( is-  Col-  na  Ulil-  nd  ell  exjressfiil their appreciation  all the villlng and efficimt  sislancej  cia[ vote  y  received,  of thanks was  V spe-  :end[er-  Lddge, "Powell: tliyer; -" Irs,  da   Schad,  Mrs|.   Lil  liatti --,  Mrs. Alice Be^cham 4 bW"    ed to M4s. R. Normingtdn *^ho  River   Also, M^. i Mar^Fihm-    d2t0ratA the  uhles & an1It.  val,    Mrs.    Manon    N��-"**rK    alhun-mlif. Enveryone enjoyed  the dinner1 and dancing by candlelight JMrs. T. Sinclair pri>-  vided b^cqground piano music  during the cocktail hour.  May "Qay concession cjonven-  ersl are Mrs. E. Grafe and Mps.  A.. | Wilson.   Volunteers  to help^  plejase' c 3ptact  either of  th^s#  two. Mr,. C. Connor anq Mjrs.'  eners  Guides advised  ^2 respect iiaiure  on  i  Poge; 6 The Sechefr Penins  Secheli  breakwater  ssolu  ula Times, Wed., April 15, 1964  i ot the OOF lodge-n iem jers  whose ic entity must remain a  secret, sich a good daicei he  wa:>. ffi< lei of whit4. orciids  wa�� pres ented to the p ;esit lent  aftiir his dance as a fitting end  to   a   hilarious   occasier.  Smorgasbord  big success  SECHELT ..auxiliary to St  Mary's hospital reported a  very sicccssful smorgasbord  both so<ially and financially.  Mrs. C. McD&rmid arid Atrs.  H. Duffy, conveners, sul >mii ted  their__ re port to the regilaj:  monthly meeting and wsre  tha|nked by all. The convener^  for  as-  T.Segrtri are float con.  a-ffle  tbe,  and  for' the.  >wer  council  General  April 241  saveral   nembers  Hay. Day float":  ^tainlandi.j Regional^  meeting,/ ac . Bi rnajby  Hospital   o!n   friday,  h will be attend id by  \rinrers were M -s. |E.  West Sechelt, clock-ia-  J.   Fisher,   Po-poise  plare  La  dii  Bab-   won the  crocheted  maftSj  xatheb raffle, will be held  in | Septe mber. This timt the  prize wilt be a china coffre sst^J^tiSadvehture  coijsistin * of coffee pot, creair^^om 9qe ^__  and sugi ,r dishes and six .cu: *s  dohat-d by Mrs. O. Johnsen 3f  West Sechelt. This set will he  dls-3aye^   in   local   store   wih  a   solial - dowis.    \  L    lovjely       "N^xt meeting will be Thurjs-  a    day|   May   14,   2   p.m.   ati   th|e  by [ftne    Hospital cottage. j  at a meeting hfeld at ths home  of Mrs. B. Feaijnley. New guide  and brownie uniforms were  modelled by Nfew Westminster  girls. The new! look is a two-  piece dress. The skirt is a cu:  lotte; gone are the shoulder  tabs and pocket flaps and the  triangular tie is replaced l��y  { a- crisp, nylon1 scarf printed  with  maple leaves. j  Panel discussion ;on the topic,-*  'Should we have a new tempo  in Canadian guiding?' was en-  i joyed. Dr. G   Clifford Carl, di-  l rector   of   the   Provincial Mil-  ���\ seum in Victoria!, in his talk on  i Nature in Trust told the guid-  ersr  many ^jpecids  of  wildlife^  are disappearing! from the earth  due   to   Food,   Furs,   Feathers  ; and Fun.  He Urged cobsena'  tiorr and recommended  orgaai.  zations    supportinjg    conservation.     '*ChiIdren 7 should    be  taught  to  respejet;  nature   and  study means of presierving wild  plants and  animals which are  rapidly becoming  extinct,"   he  said. i  Eleven merifbers of the Sunshine "Coast divsion attended.  Besides Mrs. Newtpn, others attending were Mrs: J. Thomas,  ��� Elphinstone    district ^  commis-  , sioner,  Mrs. L.  Allen,  division  trainer and Mrs. L. Labontc,  division commissioner. The  group also enjoyed a trip to  Camp Tsoona. -  All guides and brownies will  be out oh a doojr-to-door canvass during the* \Jeefc April 24-  May 2, which, is Ibookie \Veek.  * Plans'srare underway lor the  ahnua_l fund raising spring tea  T^iich will be held ia die Lc-  gioii hall, [May 5! at 2:30 p.ro.  Se\^ng b&cs have been in progress- and Barby. doll clothes-  'will be -a.specialty, at the bazaar. Other, items will include  home^ cooking, white [elephant,  home made*, candy and plants.  BREAKWATER resolution has been approved by the  /' executwie of the B.C  will comeiloj* vote of the  May, it is announced by  chelt and District Chamber of Commerce  ,   The   resolution   prepared   by  'the     breakwater    commitU^  chaired  by [Norm  Watson,  will  be forwarded  to Ottawa  afti r  approval by [the general mee|t(-  ing..  Chamber of Commerce and  general meefjing to be held in.  T. Osborne* president of Se-  RESOLUTION  Whereas,    the    Gulf    <j>  Georgia  is an open stretch <'i  w-ater   adjacent   to   the   popu  "lous   areas   of Vancouver   an  Western    United    States,    ar  Whereas, ; there    exists    no  shelter  for ifishing boats,   pn  trol and cog^ guard boats and    ---    ^   nvesuFate the" pas-.  pleasure. craft between Keate|j>    \Xt,u..  Zi ~n*.����*,Z,ti��-, ���  ��.;.7  Island and Secret Cove on thp  Gulf of Georgia, and       ~  Whereas,  jdue to  geographj  all   north    and    south   .traffic  must   travel   this   route,   ther"��  being no other route, and  Whereas, there is at present  a very considerable amount o[  water-born traffic which would  be substantially increased? par  ticularly as to smaller, private  owner,    pleiasure    craft.    Thi_  last   named'   t^as'sification   ui|  eludes a tremendous number oj:  American  boats  that are  ansj  due to lack of shelter en route  and  Whereas, there has beeit  some loss of life and som<l  considerable: Ipss of boats id  these wateijs: due to sudden and  unpredictable storms and lack  of any shelter, and  Whereas, in the "past the Dominion   government   has   pur  sued -a  policy  that it  was not  justified    in    spending    public  funds    to    facilitate    pleasure  MORE ABOUT  OW  a/1  Ssssss  ��1  f!f-  l^_^^^^_i^  proydf of tneir experience and  have every ight to talk' without  5yd Edwards, of Gibsons Fami 1/  i ience lie ha; met many men who  jxperience, but soon found they  25 or 3:0 tirres over. This^is what  . 3eri most fortunate to have been!  qesmen anq Companies in both  .no"^  ALL good tradesmen are  reputation! and they  being boastful qbouf if  Shoes���says that in his expx  boasted 25 or 130 y<prs  h*ad one years e> peril 3nc^  he Joed to avoid and has  y.rfh some of tli u'best trr  >En'jlandiand Ccnada        I  ^ Born and educated Jin ,London England he finishe<l  Business College anil decided to lear'n the Shoe business  from the ground up aftei having three years courses ar  Cbi'dwainers Te:hpi<:al College of s-ioerriaking, London  Bjngland he wen- fo Jhis first position in the business with  Abbott's Shoe (Io. Lrw-ido-i and ^aris. Syd then moved to  Cianddo where hi went to work for Sisinan Shoe Co. Aurora  Ont. iqrs a Stock Fitter (ins*.>ecrini spcrions of shoes before  putting together!. He ther jOinedTthe T. Eaton Co., Torobto,  becotme buyerar d wcis trc rsferrea to Uiogara Falls were hi;  wqs domed Mar tiger ->f Sr oe Dep|.  r i" After ten tears wit' . Eaton's S>}d jc^ned the W. B  Hldmiltbn Shoe Co. ds; A'hplesale arid Retail ^Manager  Moher Shoe Co was hi�� next yenture as Manager and  Siiifpefvisor of Rtifail Ocitljs. Before coming West he wa;  w-irh Ricketr's Orthopaed c Shoe Salon as Head Fitter cmd  Floor Manager. ^After fceing West five years with he  Mtidays Shoe C*'.' be train if erred to Pwitrre Paris & Co. w��ri��  hewos sent bach to Engicnd on a two /ear Chiropody cojr-  se of Smde Cpl jge cmd <��bta"ned his MSS Ch. Diploma of  Cnropody (not practising in BTC.) and so he now brings t lis  wealth of training to the. jeople of the Peninsula as he las  ���['-1 up business jn Gibsops uj- Gibsons! (igmily:_Shpes_.^���-Adyt  i   ��� '     '     "--  *   > ii*-  ment, but not enough wear to  have given him any trouble on  the   highway.    Roberts'   truck,    '  according to him^ had been in  -  good   shape   and! well   looked  after. ,V  W. Burtnicfk, MD- tesUfied  autopsy findipgs revealed both  feet and anljt^s missing with  bony ends broken and lower  legs totally destroyed by fire.  Muscles ofbthe chesty and the.  brain were edoked. There was  no fracture^ of the, skull "or  neck. Blood specimen taken  from the h^art Njevealed -1 %  alcohol and -20% Icarbon monoxide content-; The alfeohol content : could be represetnted ��� by  about three bottles of "beer or  three ouncesj of alcoholx and  would impair ability to Some  degree, slowing reflexes-, \ut  could not,be classified as legal  impairment. The presence of  carbon^ hfonoxide indicated he  was breathing, at 'the time of  the fire and Dr. Burtnick said  there was no way of telling  \yhether he was conscious or-  unconscious.        *       \  Ih ' summing up, coroner  R. A. Swan, M.D. assumed" he r~  was unconscious at the time of  the fire and stated the cause  of. death was due to extensive  burns. He charged the jury  with finding out why and how  Andrews came-to his death. No  precise charge is necessary, he  said. �����  Jury foreman, N. Rudolph.of  Port Mellon brought in. the  jury's, verdict. Jury consisted  of N. Rudolph, K. F. .McHef-  fey, Stan Mason, .Bill Wright,  Bill Scott,  Jack  Marshall.  SECHEL!  ��At  boating, this policy has been  disproved " by the changing  times. Evidence and a ^reat  majority of informed opinion  has been documented in the  brief in the hands of the government, proves "beyond per-  adventure, that boating is an  important pari of ;our economy  and present way of life, and a  reasonable expenditure is reasonable and desirable, and  Whereas, the Department of  Public   Works   has   been   re-  sibility of constructing a suitable breakwater in the vicinity  of: Sechel I and has found that  one can be constructed at a  reasonable cost, : and t h at  there are no particularly difficult obstacles to the construc-  ..tion of such a  breakwater,  Therefore,, let it be resolved  that the Dominion government  bei respectfully requested to  construct a breakwater to provide safety, shelter and mooring facilities in the vicinity of  Sechelt as soon as possible:  ious  to  travel  to  points  nortlh  of secheit presently barred to* Hbmebaking and  all   except :tiie   larger   boats, ���*-  rummage sale  THE Women of the Legion Madeira Park Branch held a  Homebaking and Riummagg  sale in the Legion: Hall on Saturday April 11th. This was, tha  first venture of this type" and  Mrs. Carpenter wishes to thank  all! thera wha mad^ it such a  success by participating and  attending. It is hoped this will  become an annual event.      7   ,  AGENCIES LTD.  [This free reminder  SEtHELT AGENCIES  Times direct for free  Pilose note thot space  ot corning events is a service of  LTD.    Phone   Sechelt   Peninsula  llsftngV-specifying   "Date  Pod",  is limited and seme advance dates  rriiy have-to wait their hjrri; olsp-that this is o "reminder"  lisfing c&ly and cannot  always corry full details.  The   pains   we   taktT often  measure, the.i^ins ..we make,..  TRAVEL HEADQUARTERS  Trovel oir .lowest Rates  {Individual or Group World Wide Tours  fiibril   15���^Fdshicn   SHov*,  Gibsons   Hosp.   Aux.   Elphin-  j t    stone High Schccli 8 p.m.[  ���April   1*^���-Foil  Fair Cfcrimittee.  Anglican  Church  Hail  -t   8 p.m.  April   17���Port Mellon Community Hall. Films'or, Hong  ���       Kcng, 8 p.m.-        i  A,(iril  18���Rummage Soli?. .Selma Park Cornmuhlrfy Centre Hall, 10:30 a.fn.        :  April 20���Centennial fCcmmiftee meeting.  Healrh Centre Gibsons.  Afjiril .20-^-Tony Gargrave  speaks.   School   Hall  Gibsons  8 p.m.   ~  -  April 21���Women's Instilufe. Gibsons,  Aprit 22���Sechelt Chamber of Commerce. Hospital cot-  ioge, 8 p!m.  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  REALTY and INSURANCE  Phone I  Wharf Road  2161 *Ti V ii     -*   i r     r    - J  ���   *-'f|  * ^ - -     " ^ J sv- -*   ��� -..- -������- ^-��~ *���-*. ..-*��������_. -' -t  ._    -j ���    r_.  ���",   i - -    ,     '- - - ���*-- J _-���V - -���-   - *-*-  rr **��� -  if  SecheliP.TJl.  Children learn  ��itioi ieieiifis what W ^  r ,      ��P - _   ,   If 3. child lives with criiici  %mmt resolutions  The Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wed., April 15, If 64 Pag��T  The Fact Is ... i.      '���'���-*  criticism  "���he learns to cqndemn.  II a child lives with hostillty  hejearnsto fight. f"  If a  child lives "witfcf" fear���  * _ - j     ���By Rey Nestmon  COFFEE Anyone?���Well. I see the price of coffee iis  _ ���     _ - -   ��one up to fifteen cents these past few weeks in and  SECHELT P.T.A. reported a .successful Family Night   he-Iearns to be apprehensive." around the Peninsula. Why is it-that the cost of coffee,  7 and a_profit of ��180.94 at their regular meeting. Mrs.      n a chiy Uves with pity��� sugar and- rntlfc have only gone up approximately five  Pottet will attend-the May Day committee meeturg-and   he teams to be ��m- for him- to ten percent to the cafes and they turn around "and op  report yback. Mrs. H. Ifenry was appointed chairman   self. " j " " "*"  of the nominating committee and will submit nomina-y     if a child lives with ridicule  ��� ���:..  zz  tions for the slate of. new officers at the next meeting.  Sechelt municipal council has  no i definite plans ,. regarding  parks and7 beaches until their  budget is brought down, Mrs.  W. Scott advised the  meeting.  President MrsL T. Lamb and  Mrs. Hb Henry, delegates to  the B.C. Parent-Teacher _fed-  I era tion -submitted their report  on the convention. Amendment  passed -by! the Secheit P.T.A.  that no formal training be given in kindergarten, was not  considered by the resolution,  committee to be }ah amendment and the point was therefore brought up in discussion.  The motion for a committee to  help draw up and adhere to  a daily work schedule; > have  basic _ reference  books . handy-;  ! encourage use of new-found  knowledge; show interest in  the child's  work  and  hobbies;  -adopt a positive attitude" towards learning; do. not expect  accomplishments beyond the  child's age and abilities; If the  child is having difficulties,- get  in touch with his teacher; and  above all, don't do the child's  homework for him.  The   child   should  develop  a  positive attitude this is work to  ���her learns to be shy. J  If a child lives with jealousy  ���he learns to be gullfe.        j  If a child lives .with tolerance���he learns to be, patferit-  If a child Eves with-encouragement���he. learns to. be confident,      y - -'      7    ��  If a child lives with" praise  ���he learns to be appreciative.  If a child lives with acceptance���he learns to love. . -   |  If a child lives with approval  -r-he learns  to like himself.   | .  If a   child  lives  with  recog- *  nition���he learns" it is good to  have a goaL -.-.-- |  If a child "lives with hbnesty  the charge 50*^ per &p: I  hear: rumors of a cafe on the  Peninsula "putting the price of  coffee down to five cents, I'll  : bet . you would hear some  screaming if this happened.  You can still get it for a dime  at the Mariner Cafe in Gibsons- .: ": .. -  "      .��-   - : *  I'm SICK OF SEX;  Uncle Wiggly came "{uppity  hop" down the garden path.  Uncle Wiggly was happy and  gay. it was a beautiful spring  day. the sun was shining, the  birds were singing, all was  merry and gay. Uncle Wiggly  was   oa   his   wav   to   visit   his  -%  Peslnssda to price them, sure"  enough there t__*y �� ere" "sitting;  en the shelves a; prices -far.  less _a_ they were asking in..  Vancouver. So if- yen _hop at-  home joa sot czdy fa\e money,  bat - yotj. sup-por: % oar local  merchants  as   vit-Ll  -  OFF  THE   STEETS!  KIDS;  A few nights *-b$ck! I hapr  pesed "ia- be - standing, on the?  streetl! in- -Sechelt f at  .about  -eleven fplrn, I sotiifed! a large  grou^toaf^giris -stactmf ca the  rnaiiPistre��tr^bein!.- generally  obvious and noisy ind. walking  be   done;   learn   to   appreciate    _be iearns  what trata is.     t  the valne of a schedule;, don't        ^ a cfaiId Uyvs: ^ fain^  determine    additions    to     the   ^Jry to do too much and accomp-    _jje Iearns what; justice is.  kindergarten  curriculum   failed --��*�� ���**%*?' leara A�� P* Crst  since  it   was  .felt, no   formal    ^hf ^ lCCepL��* T^  training  "should   be   gi^n   in   -7**1*-   <*.". homework,    do^t  kinderfarten ~ until    &ey    be-   'v*ai* ^1*���* lo na,s: Ld0at  came, compulsory  Motions to lengthen the kindergarten day and restrict the  number of" pupils to 25 per  class  also failed.  The convention approved mo-.  tions-to build schools of fireproof material; to reduce pupil-teacher ratio from 38:1 to-  30:1 ��� in primary classes: to  provide supervised accomodation for rural high school students compelled*to live away  from-home; to teach French  in English speaking schools  arid English in French speaking   schools   starting   ii*"  grade  use homework to. evade home  chores; don't turn homework  into a gang effort; don't combine it with eating, listening to  radio or T.V.; don't impose  upon parents to do nomework;  and finally, remember tbe assignment was set for his hene^  nt.       x       : -  If a child lives! with security"  ���he learns, toy have faith in  himself and others. _-* 1  If a child "lives wath friendliness���he- learns t ha t the  world is a nice place in which    across such a story some day  friends and nothing could have up and do��n the^st|ect waving..  hampered his day, it was perfect, but wait a minute, something is wrong with Unde  Wiggly, Yesl something is  wrong. Uncle Wiggly is Sexually . maladjusted. I haven't  read- this yet, bat it wouldn't  surprise-   me   a   bit   to   come  "to live.  ���Dorothy Law  - \     -    _       /   rr~-   j  A four-hear day woult'e bring  many changes into our lives  For "example, we'd have ta reschedule-  tha   coffee^ breaks.!  Port Melton News        |  .���By Linda Moore  three; to restrict advertising of   A .MISCELLANEOUS shower was held in the Port Md-  lon Community" Church in honour of Miss  Janice  Backs, mode s. tele^-isitai-  nswspapers and radios are .full  of the "exploitation of sejC It  makes ne. darn neH sick. Sure  let's be open about sex, let's  be frank about it. then lets  forget it. A good thing can-be  carried too far.  Did You^Here The One About;  sjsd. relling at- eve?;,- ca.r ths.t.  happened by. "An fdult asked  them mhst the}- we^"4oing oat  s.\ that time of ��i__t- "O"*-  just" ��slkmg arsuri.7: one of  the giiis" answsredl i__ askel  ___> wis the oldest _f the group  .'Lj'u-feich one of the cirts pratsd-  . ly an^rered. *I im.*" When  isked. hQw old ihj ��as. she  proudly a.ns��ercd, thirteen* .  Really-"'parents:  -    Whac   is   a    _iIn.*en:year-okl  doing ait- oh the strfeet. at that  time of^-ifrir: She |_ouId have  been safily tucked*-in! bed ��t  rme p.m."* Parent^ njost *-re-  meznber this isa'f _ "small  trm-n. lSce  it used 4>  be -when.  J*" The Uttle Protestant^bov who    you fcre**" e\-erybodjf.-there.are  came  home  with  a  big "black    lots of}strangers copuag-cc to -  -"eve   -Where on earth did vou   .the   Penituula   nowj   ind ���.-��*�� ...  knsws !what"kind <*C- characters ''  eveT  his  i  cigarettes;   to   improve?   social . ���������.   w������ .^.���k,   ^,ulUv-a.   u,   aaUUUM_a   ...    iV.,,^   ^cllui-c  services through, the pf-ovision   preiss,; April brid'e. formerlv of Port Mellon. She re-  of an adequate number* of so-    ^ived many lovely gifts for h*_r new home in Prin<^  George.. .    -   ��� :���^X : ^-~  Those attending the shower  were, Mrs. Preiss Sr., Mrs. E.  Preiss, Mrs. J. Macey, Mrs.  P,   Madison.   Mrs.   G.   Legh.  [cial workers; provision*pf scho-  arships and bursariek and  provision of more, centers-., for"  treatment of emotionally disturbed and retarded J children  ind the appointment ofi a full  ;ime minister-of health' to ex-. M��;   B.   Strayhorn,   Mrs    P.  end  the" use of counsellors to    Quarry,-   Mrs.   D.    Flumerfelt.  -felemenfarv school^;-to1 review    Mrs   >    Swanson     Mrs..   G.  Iiealth! and   guidances j coupes    MacDougaU,  Mrs   P.  Comeau.  io    include   sociology,7 bto'logy'    Mrs    G.- McDonald,   Mrs,   D:  ��� *     -     - -  Dunham,   Mrs.   A.    Greggain.  Coates    enjoyed    a    few   days,  holiday^ in Vancouver. -j  "Miss   Susan   Ferris   of   Polt  Mellon  spznt. the Easter HoS-  get    that    black  mother  asked.     "  "The   Murphy   kids   hung   it  on me." he said.  "How  did  th2v  came  to  do  that."  "Weil.   I  was   over   at   their"  house    making    some    cracks  about the Pope."  "Didnt"vou'know the   Mur-  ��� could   feapp��a  by_ - Il ,j-_Iy  act  that   sonietime  I won't have to  you a)!"  in {the  ;2V    -SI  fur.  r,"  a  .ure  ��LD  THOT OF THE  Failure is the  can be! achieved  effort. * .  WgAK;  or7j. tha:  w.itfcoct:  g"   Ihlt  days- with   Gail -FUchmoad   m : l*-r"s were  Catholics*:"  Vancouver,   z-  ' '.��� ���   .-- - - J   -- - **Yes. but I didn't know the.  Mrs.  wbWilson of Nanainmby1*01^ wasI b        _  _is v&itaig her sop and family.  mmt.  ind sejx education; andf.toTrgc-  ognize ^educational pfydhologist  for grant purposes.  | They *defeat(��i motions, to  each Esperanto in the schools;  ta raise the age limit for dri-  \ers from .46 to. 18-under the  II.V. Act, and they tabled motions -j to permit capital school  cohsfiiuction without ' recourse  t!) referenda; to provide dental  Mrs. C- Woods, Mrs. J. Swan,.  Mrsa <-M. Enemark, Mrs. f\7  Gailier, Mrs. J. Serafin, Mrs.  E. Sherman. Mrs., J. Muheo;  Mrs. R. GUI. Mrs. E."Hurie.  Mrs. .; W. : Mueller. Mrs. T.  Hume.7 and Mrs.-G. Taylor, We  aQ wish Janice Good Luckl  COFFEE PARTY.  . .        -..-*.- tJ    - The   First  Brownie   Packr of  s;rvtcfes _to ad five-yearolds ia   Pon. MeUon ^^j. Brtwn o^  tfie province and-pmnit them M^ D Dunham and -Ta��-nie  th go to, their-owm:dentists. ��� ^ Mfs;. j \rinis. held-then-  Gibsons P.T.A; has prepared coffee party afld bake sa!e. on  a| - resolution for presentation- April 2nd, *19S1 in the church.  E:xt year asking the B.C gov- Th3Jiks lo aJJ those "who gave  e -nment to place the dental donations  pfogram    under    the. Depart-  SHOP AT HOME;  Was   down   town.   last   week  and went into one ef the big .  stores   to-do   some   shopping,  and "sas amazed : at-the prices  Mr. and  Mrs.  RJ Wilson.       {  BIRTHDAY   PARTY    * J  Beverry     Ferris " celebratai  -her   7th   birthday   on  the   7th  -of April, On the7 5th .of April . gnu some of the articles. Why I  -a partv was heldLiither honor.- could buy many Of the articles  Guests" weiiv Marie Fish***, here at home at prices consid-  Laurie Wesfon. Maureen Mc- erably under those which they  Kay, Barbara Lucas." Debbie ware asking. I EQCed several  Wiflis   and  Debbie Wuhderlnk. -articles and came back to the  John Hind-Smith f|  Refrigeration  '      .       -  -f   -*. ���  I POIIT Mai^H:  TO PENOER HAfeEOUR.  '-'  Phone 8864231  "-     l 1  " i    -  , frca* . ��J��u to 5:30 pzm.  Res. 886-9H9  ent of Public Health: instead  ou   under , the} Department * of  ucation, as it is now^  Sechett's motion to' iamend  selction 150 ! (amended) of the  Cijiminal Code dealing with  oBsenlty, and censorship will  also be submitted at7 next  year's convention, having been  submitted .too- late- for this one.  Endorsement of the: five  American aims7; and objects in  place of |he 'eight Canadian  ones was turned dpwm      -  Mrs. Lamb advised the meeting the official publication of  the P.T.A.|may have to discontinue publication due to  lack of subscriptions, fo cut  expenses, aj- cheaper edition is  hieing put out. She commended  tjie article j on homework by  Marcus Van Steen which outlined what!| every ..paredt .and  ejirery; child- should-(do-jabout^  homework. [The parent7ishoutd  tike^omev-brk serio.uslv | as an  important part of the jchild's  ��thl,atiori by which he jlearns .  good:! work [and* study! habits;  provMe a qiiiet place, to, ttprk:  F1LMS  Don't   forget!   Slides   and   a "  talk; on  Hong Kong.  April  17,  1964 at 8 p.m. m the Port Mellon  Community  Hall  with :Mr-  Wong   narrating.      - *  IN   HOSPITAL   :        -  Mr. PauL T. Moore has been"  a  patient in St. Paul's  Hospi-.  tal for the past two weeks.  - During   the - Easter   holidays J  Mr." .and  Mrs.  .V.. Fisher  and :  family, Mrs;- C." Denford, Miss  Diane Denford, and Mr. Robert.  RUG CLEANING  and DEMOTHING  Day or Eremng Appointment  - f 7  Done Right In Your  . Own Home    \  RATES REASONABLE  ���-.   For Free -Estimate-  Phone   886-9890  NEW SPRING AR  3  WHITE d     Z3 CROSS  -   7:b     U    :-!'   ���  SHOES  HY-GE-NIC  /  EXCLUSIYf  For The Women : =  Who Wish Comfort  Plus Style   . = _  T/iese- Shoes Are  The Answer.  Style*; Inciade Pumps --- ttluuca and Stock  H��cl_ ��� Tiei. Cofeaa cndfLc*- Hetl,. Caiwels  witfc lev tteckr heel*. C��tot��- E��stt�� White and  Antique  BrewK.  GIBSONS FAMILY! SHOES  "For'Foot'Comfort"    -      "' -.  '  -    -   ; ���= . " " * -  Marine Drive, Gibvcns -   ���;* ��� -t-���������;,' *?*-���*-'��� vi?s .i;*s.it-*'i��v��;  w... t * ������-*- * "*���* ?4...._   ... Vi .��..--, -ft.-a- . J,>'0:  '.���'.. *^i':-5?*Jfc*i:*'*Sf ���"'.��� -'  'J&fP-p '-* A/S'^^Sv!  aV-fi1,--"!*-."a   :'.��'* "^  ������ "'i*--*-';  J__l_^__d<l^r!_&<��Mfiil ��Lifc^^l__4k__J?"^us=a*��_��_*  Scouts !  cheltPcninsulo Times, W^d^.AprillS, 1964    Elphinstone  OBN  rade  sjtone  career J:  iat' ha  i  .jjSQUAMISH cubs wil j v sit the  i   Peninsula.some time- n *May  asi  guests'  of ;the 'Elpl instone  d.iiyt i cubs.   Last | y?ar   12  ^Elphinstone cubs  paid <��� i three  the Squa-  [yonder-  y plan  : i y.    ' -.  ^m- the -week  'HE  and  henvitJd !��� Hayes,     a  2 yStj. dent, ut Elphin-  hisj heart set on  a  , dent strtf,   jut before  |  ijs- aim ing at a da-cent  qiaduation ma "k. -Before com-  i ig to the Peninsula^n I960, he  ftended;   Alpha    Junior   High  in North Burnaby, and  inceJihisiarrival heri .has*been t \  .student atbrrai!i[ay Junior'  igli -a la ^Iphi istc|,e  second  ary.: .    , |* y ; y "*-    -     ��>  He.hsis-been class  ative  ch   the7 student   council  "day visit; as' guests !ofj tin  |mish cubs- and had a {'  |fu_.tim��. This year |.th<  Ito> return ithe favor.  j   Other events foreccs.  asummer  camp  beginnirg   Fri-  jday, July ]l7tfi and ji quberee  loir" Sept.  22  at which -  |st0ne district cubs will h  fSechelt district cubs'  re i cub  Ipbin-  >st-the  and : this  attend  la live ;  ucatlon  He is a  otint  eMblajy  Other  j   Regional, Headquarters  jjing t^am .was present  _____���_       C* _a m. . . *        ��_.,!       __.*��%.*  1  I  train-  at h joint  pack .Scout,.and-Scolders .basic  /'A'\cmirse at.Camp Hai'h last  I Sunday, -Betty  Allpn,, .wl o *be-  | came a scaut for [a day won't  forget  the  order, I "Reacy^  for  inspection, Betty,'* for, q dtej a  ]ong time !  Wendy    Shutt.   17,    of   Nt��\y  Westminster   came  ap   t>   get  her challenge badge, and what  a  challengcit  was.  The jpijo.-  gram  arranged  by   cubit aster-  i Gqeff Thatcher was   not seen  j by .-"Wendy   until   th;  pre\jiovts  . evening, them sheshad tb\ cdft--  ���^*__"ct tha, program, for the c^ib  "pack,  for the day. I  Gubmaster G. Thatcher1 invested LOrftd W.lvcrtdnas eubj^  master'and Ivor K!in a* assist*  aiit cubmaster for tie l[$t  Mellon -iCub-^Jjac^T.-  i> T,-,. - ���  | HELP   WANTED  S     Men,    women Iarid! .teenage  j bo>s willing jto help- with  i pack cubs oh^ Saturday mo:  1 ings   are  asked' jto  contact  | Thatchejr, This would*not  t 'he, of1 assistance to the! ciibma^  j ter jbutj  would   also   give I thfe  : morale I 'of   tpe   youngsters   a  bopsjt to reabre someone- is interested! in th< ir activities.? pthj-  eri��pac!l*]s now, have  assistants  and ! are   doeijg   very iwell.  year  was  s  SOCIAl  ANsoeiJil houjrbafa:  be Sun  hiied | Church j ibhon  Mr. =ahd   Mrs.   D.   R.  ~th$in  at > the  ourbof  Barclajl  are4eajving on^i^a  land.: Ejey. ?Dr. \R  represent-  chosen to  a session of the Legis-  ssemblyfc|m(ier thebEd-  ior���!pemoeracy -plan.  :sp^any^cti\e member of  phiispni* Ghai'pten of  Jnte?eat.rim io imusic-  HOU  put up  By Diana Turik  L's ���' cheerfiil.  Hard fight ,to  ani lays thot  g��V  mostly modern, spirts ��� floor  hockey is his favorite a'id girls  ���all girjs !"  J^ notes  -Di- b ":  '  Z  held April!  ritjolf room^ j  the end"iThi'i was raiA byjMr  in brjakinlg the neis  of thc late David McLeod to  the sttiddnts whoj j)"r}scrved |a  few minutes silence in remembrance    ' |   1j '  Only tcjn w��eks tja1 final ex  ams, dujlents wer^f reminded  by Mi{. Potte*, who,1 also told  studen;s | about the!) possibU-t  ies of recommendation which  is son etimes given ( with a C  plus or better Ion ijeport ca^  standirgs.1 Exilm /results f<>r!  EUster !e,xams| arc| -out ami  marks varied fromllow*Jto hidh  in�� all subjects! Report cares  will bpiout in th6 I very near  future.)     ' \   I I  -The jmany different clubsja^c  back [in session' /with vanojas  nevvpians for \vwk.i The Students council are| planning ia  "Martli Gras" toHake>plac_ at  the .end of May] | and committees 'are being l\ organized :o | that P-ers^\  take   Icarei of  pjreparations.   ,   . tljit  the ispin,  Thel  HiJC.   aljthough   not ��a i.ahd hhad  4rc  school club, isifaying Uie firjst j fo( tic is to        of a s|erie4 of international Idijji- ( bf.i|t , ttjey i c  -=-Ay -Mobel Wogmon    ners. [On Saturda*   they heljd  Chine; e d:nner, followed bvj  dance I       ' Tl  W(j)OD licks seldom found in  densely fo cited areas, but  an] common 'in willow bn-shr  an 1 * scrub-cc vered areas. The  true tick his eight'legs,, a  larlge   body,   and   small   head,  sands of eggs, r  -for! man to |  attack   of   t  way to avoid  rdrain fronj  ur Jergrowth  th; active st  of   March  priitectiorv-cxjn  ink   clothin*:  e the tii  thit   skin   b(  tucked into  (if a perstfn  a tea   wheref  of iWjjisdn. \Crpek; who;    ^>rty.   Mr.   J.   qullogh  t��.��}.<-^-  "Af  list.  baseball badge  the  FLYING  UP  Michael Jacjkson jofjlst jWil  son Creek ' cubs flew up tc  scou s in , a .:eremjopy7,dij:rjjng  the 'Qsujar .sc jujt; meeting. -Mi-  chae:'holds ho ise I overly,  ;yc  athlete.  :o  the watettUne. "ISob  time of th0 hnexpl?iine(l  a |*(>on> ,ih t^aiinaw Lak  boM burned; tod fast to real  . Mr| and Mrs.��RiSfdermain!are  celebriiting  their |50th  wedding  anhiveHary   "with: a   party at  the   Bayshore    Inn.    Relatives  !, from_al!l  over ...fljey...Statefc... and  '* Vancou'.cr  Island;   will * attend  The  pa-ty  is! being, given  by  th|ir \s(>n * LloydZ iS^rmdin ���* of  Victoria   .and;   daughter   Mrs  Joan   \yilby   of   West   Vancouver.        : ! f  j *��*���> Mr.   ; nd  Mrs. , Archie  Ejjnig-  <laS;v4sied their dW-hter Mrs.  ori. |Apiil__2.,  will be held  Cr;k. Com-  i -wiki be hot-  Sib  Golde  above  ceiyed  followi  i Humphreys (svvimners and  toy-rmapr bac ges), J inice Jaeger (rjoiise-orderly budge) and  Kathy DeKl ;er (I ooK-Lover  badge! Thes. !girls have also,  just    ifepently r received    th^r  Bar.  spok^ on  gatiqn iviishini' ���, theni j will-on;  theirj tilipl. 'Teaj-Wa; afsjo served.  ������qif?^.Bje PARjT|ES  A icofffce partyi -  rom ik to T p.m  t thei ,Wilsto  unity Hall.-/Thejri  logs, do-huts, cdl_ Ajinkjs and  :offee served]. Eiervjone wel-  :ome. /ihe; children fro>p .^he  3avis j Bay School Willbaisd  ��me ia- buv tficir liqieh if they  vish.  BROWNIE  RACK  \ The fiifis of the"Wijl$on. Creek  Browiiile! Pack; under jthe' leadership! qf 7Mri|7 7T, I icksv ;who  is -calllatlj Brojwn- Owl, Mr. J  Rpbins10ii .J ShO-jvie Ow: and-Mrs  B. TWootts, Tawny Owl, rare  u'orkinW with great e:ithusiasrn?.  P.rofici,it:cyf badges were given  \,to Oria .Buriett (Artist .and:  Foy-makef    ifadge),     Barbara  -n-r���*,---.:    t--.    --    -���-c-j   a   re.  tt-ip! tq Scot-;   ^ired jbank maoager, rf marked  jicatiQn  make  R[ [Mdrrisoni  behalf <lf the cjbngre-!  visitors last summer 'and purchased tjhe old Norbuijn property at .WilsOn Creek, [are here  at present , making Extensive  improvements   td   their   prop-  tpis   'was    a   lovely  area-and has decided  His home- here.  Mr.   and   Mrs.   Ra^  alnd  family have  mov  Davisf fBay: hill to the ;<!<  tlfe.-B|iower.Roadi ajnd^li  highwjjay.   Older   residsji  r^n-e|nber|  when  ihisj  wlas ilsed as a onjeiToo  bjii|di|ag.- j. j-  ';'  Fli*jht: liieutena|it! RnjiPear-  sdn of.thebRCAFareiitipn, On  tarfo.i.is  Visiting: :hisj  mother,  Mrs. : A.nn��!-..7P5eair^6a;  '^jf. ..^jVilson  jOreek.1 ^Ha'y-fias'-!"  from- an -assignment  bo;,*s  baskHbsjt  t lurnameni  He,  iults  of��� tliis  we   *jrduldj   onljl  modefcilf! JFr en��fh|  ^School.  greatly||in  Anne;-/P^airsokx   -^jf.  Wilson  tij! ' Paki-  stfcfl, India, and Kashjinir; with  .1.1.1    iinU.i      %-���.:������..   ; r\^-���_..���_  'thf  United   Nations  Gijoup^ and.sbas manj  ing   stories -of   life  associate  hbisy maltonten|ts  soma assprahci  in which  can   take  t   Intermediate  team ft^enl   to <  Powel:' River,  next i*eek.  b.  Othler lOpMons  from--* Edi! orial jpage���  so ifai  the  gr |atj majority^  lbhglis]ibspeaHii!|    jOanadijah  haye mar, aged; to disassocja 11  tjriems^lve|5 froifo - [horn. Now if  persuade it i ;  whoyare.ili)  the -majority to Pf^-  thems'ei*  es frpm utiir  \H;caii hjaVe  .,,.     Jof! a '"climat  reasonable discus|i>  : j I'M     i ��il    "I  places  "icrki    Inj  ackthetic ar  Hro ,repellakt -has been fotmd  use_'to discourage  {|ks.   The. obvious  ihfcstatipn isi to  walkhg  through  ind high grass; in  ;on, from tiie end  mid-June,  Some  be had by wear-  \vhlch  "w��ll   not  basy -atccess  to  ts,   with,! troysers  tiie. top, *and shirt'  tuxked into trniser-band'  has,' bei?n in  an  ticksj irifght   be,  hpuld  remember  , ,ndpc' of, nock  i|he j usjua!' sites  attach tli^msplves,  be   found!  anybody.  a;  bn  whcife on ithje  *ct  d  t, isd it,u  pot prt  tf jthe ticl: i  tojo firmly;]  rimov^d bl  but firinrW  fH>m attacl:m;i}  cne   by -fori  t:  a -natural an-  their bite Is not  asyto think they  se'atl,  s -found before it  attached, it may  >,,pulling?"it| gent-  dwn and | away  This !may*be  -pinceri  not be  h^ad  ma};  which  (vhich  jor ah ulcer  itigers. it  off,  as- t:  it   in   the   P  cj-use   irrit itii  Uie   an pabs  [ficult-td I  If there iji cHnsiderable fwol-  :sg aroundj tfeo . attached Stick,  is wise to iave the .tick - reeved   byj I a   medical* doctor,  ve to lance p>  or  jerk;-  be  can  rhighl_  Opserver  iiteresit-  in   tho^e  -three ipountries.   He Was  veijy  mi^c^t - -x irhpressed v :vv itth    the .  .beautifMK.scenery, yand jby  the 7  mduntains,   where   during,..the.'  [hot .seasjan of the-yejirI people  lives in house boats on t|ie higli  laklps, inj thesame manner that *  we in Canada hse cot'ia_es ami  mol els.   '   , ' ,. ���!��� i I       -���:>'  He - fool- some very Igood pic ���"  . turt s of | the  areas ht* | visited ,!s.  and   sayjfj the   Maintains   are-  -   .i,     ,   - t       mmh higher than the Oanadia4  nie.rttio.ned, whe^ have lie-   .RociiQr ( ���"'        ~  t|ie Gt lden Bar, are-the ]  Liiida    Barehdregjt.  Included   in   the  '���' kb  Marshja JGibbEJons, Gloria Sheridan,  Wood  Mr  Well1' -done-��� is -betteSr   thari>-  |)iane !  Beck,  well  ��� s4i4.  All property; pwhers.^jjfhlP the Soufh Pender Hoi>  bour Water Oistricf ;who have ipd��d CJonnectjon  Fees-in full are requested to plpce a marker at  pointwerdth^y desire.connection or boundary line  between Ith^ir jpropei'y ia tjdy^Higli way> |Property  owners who !��ayfe-no. j|oi4\ C-tineitrtioi. F'eOs; in Hull  must do so before servi:e will be installed.  swiimmer,    ahd        Mr.    knd    drs.    J.    Gullogh,  .   j | : ;     from ;Hatzic, 0.C., yv/hp: were  1      '.   - ::b.    ,-j    . ���* '  ,     ' I ,-...  y0imkk^ News  '[ i ���By  Bunny; Smith  Is-  * ^5  !"5*  Bunny; Smith    5$!;  i ��� -    ,i^��  THS EVA ��', boom boat owr ed 7by Benny *Dubois burned   {^J  .���-V-    f J -.!!-. -,��    .i     .      i     I ,        *i      ,���..,.       .     --.   -   ������  w*Bm'mmt*mXm.mm9wmm'*mmmmmm0\  jArteefta  Slid   * Li^nCia      PCSrSOn. ^ .^mmm��mmmm^mmmmmmm*mmmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmm*r-*dmWwmmw'mk*'**mm'Wmmm&mmmmmmm)L .          _   B.C., jwhij; were;*jSsj  iyt was-iaboard the boat at  JSJ  fji-'e. The bjoat was tied to  iSjqbody was hurt, and the  the fire department.  Fred    Crosby,;   fbjr    a  gatherir g_ . Mrs.  .pouglajs  fordinal ely   had ;^ip  le  cJist. .   !   jl- "  Mr.   and  Mrs.  Vic  Goolprup  ' and family have ;returnet  a Itrip to California Wherp*  coHecte 1    many   jaddi. t i  items   I or thej roipk  and  ���coltcetk n.  Georg  ^J-earley  Fajpnily  Mn;  ] rom  (hey  ii a 1  hel  the; Ty4e  ha 3  been taking out  hiahy  hshinj;  parties   and the  '25     m.p.h;     southeast     didn't   jg,  Mother [film ji'bit. All the parbpfc!  ���-7��i8��  a>3>  fRegistriation Day for pUpils mho plan  at*(Gibsons [Landing Elementary School nex  ���Si  ��****:*  \o entei* Grade |l  t September will  19^4 between ifie^-ipurs jof 9:00  ties caught i heir limit of blue- y*;��;  ibacksind-tleibest fishing *��as|f��J  ��� arviiinfl!   Pes rshn    and    Martin'7'is*  from fEdpionkon was  Larsons !Mo1el.  be held.on Friday, April 24,  q;m. and 12 o'clock Noon |at| the P^incipttil's office at  school. ' -  ardundj .Pearson:  and   Martiri'y "JSJ  Islands!, ^dhe of his parties,,y-as;:b|^'{  from ^jc^fopaia   and -ianotiherilj^;  as staying-at||*ife��  1"5��  !"2��  The child isa deemed of school j age if h^ has aittqined or  .1st Pertder! Cubs hacf a very  isuccessful bijittle drivel Special  ���thanks goes jto Ed: Lowe, Ray  iLoclthart, Mrs. \i, Warnock,  Mrs! C. Clay, Vft Rousseau,.  jDoug Fieldiijig and; W7 Donley.  yMrs.��Len'Lfrson gave a mon-  !ey donation and #o gave the Jfi!  jcubs sbme knive^J forks and*-}S,  jsTioons   for  their  future   social    !�����  shall have attained the age of  December 31 f 1964. Proof ol  six dr��more years^op or ^efp^re  the1    15-  age  will be.  The toard ol  School Pisfr/ct  required.  School trustees  |Vo. 46 (��echelt)  :   -.-I ' I   ��� :��������  yf/ff/ff/fff'ftf/ff/ffffff//}ZZz  -? -��� r  i  li-W  ^^j^a^^^g7f^fi^��^^^^^"^^^^  By Jack Davis, yM.P.  PHlME; |.Iinister Pearson's hew iLiheral Government is  -much more secure; than.it was _Ken a few short  months ago. By taking! the initiative and introducing a  number of bold* but essentially! non-controversial meas-  Ui[es it has gained the confidence! of jthe press.  III. matters  like  the  Canada  ���ptjrjsion pjanrand the negotia  te* ....       - - ' , -*    ^KM^FJf*.-., **z?  The Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wed., April 15, 1964 Page 9  Sechelt delegate .**.���-     j  - :*  F  ���,j4*i-,**��8.?f;  s**-H*"rK4  of   the   Columbia   River  Trleaty Ttsjt actions have also  toejen endoried by Members in  ali   cornejtfej  oH-the "House   of  f   Cc mrnons-; ��� Meanwhile. the  pro- J  mse.jb( action!on   these   and I  nti ipeirous Mother j froffts  is  ere- |  atl  acflieyementj  MpflE ABOUT . . . *!  Pjpiice Court  from paqe II���I  .220 Img. j On two previous' convictions ia i96o;andj1961 he lost  his license Ifor (six j months and  i. ---ti-r-,     i, . ! was I sentenced to 30"'dsys^ re-  j:a scnie of purpose;; and j spbctively. JEarV Dawe LX.B.  yemem j ;throughout., the ��� presenting Reimer;! referred  ni 4s a pholp. _iv..      itolrthe   hi^i  "reepmmendation  few people 1 are  still  con-j submitted   iby  <Reimer?s    em-'  cejijned, he wijrver,; about the pos-; plover, in which it was* stated*  -* flity  of  ain  adverse  vote  injhcj  [was   aa   excellent   worker'  House  Of Commons  itself, j  ahdl family} mani  Dawe piead-  atj wou d Uiappen, ;for exam-i  ed the infraction had occurred  if the Gbverhmeht-was de7l   lateVat night, the road was de-  Clarence Joe attends  ;*-v#b:iS| B.C. Native convention  ���    ."* �����?*���. -���"������'.   ." -    -*.^i " - i I    -  \jtr v.. f4':rx> %?.'���'   *--��� a  lK*:!-&\ *-:���"'-   ��� -���    *A  ���     ���������������  Jtt  oa  ted  as  vdte on, a  Jar\ result of a snap  matter' of minor pub-  importance? Does it nec-  esjiarily mean another election?  Oif could t tie Government go on  bej laving !&s if it still had the  rijjht to. stay in power?  In this !connection (the views  of Dr.1 Etigen. Forsey are in  tei esting. j This! outstanding sfu-j  dint :^>f Jcqnstitutionajl affairs!  tels u<| that tl^e position of the1  Pearson Government; though  constantly harried by its critic! inj th��r House, it not as'in-!  secure a; it ..may look on f the:  surface.];      -   j '';/-!  There7 are; many precedents  fo: Dr. Forsey's. opinion./ For  instance, j Ramsay  Maedorfald's  X."  * t-r:.\f..*,.if*  - -. ;-v-j ---ir**  .''-*-*      -       ,*  t .    "        -   -  '*��  serted and ho. accident had re-  sidted. Hej asked the magistrate toi take into jcoasidera-  tion Rennet's need for bis license7 in  h|s  employment.     *  !"; However, I Magistrate Johnston felt -society! had to be protected from such a menace to  their lives j and property and  dj prudent man Sowed; a =respon>  "slbilty to--!,pciety, although he  ifyok into consideration the fact  he ibad ha_. bb recent! trouble  with the, rxjlicet" -     j . ;  SiENTENCE  SUSPENDEO  | Charles . 3ruce  MacQtieen  of-  Gibsons pleaded guilty to driving} while his abilitv was im-7  paired   anq   was   given   a   six-  fif^L^urldinStr^iialhrUnl^ !��fe?j?^^��fe? ^  rited Kingdom w-as beatei-felev-  i enftimes |in 1924. It :did not res-  jigii or .dissolve. V  \Ve a^sy: have imbortant precedents in Ottawa,"*The-5Government of jsir "John JA. Macdon-  ald^ our first Prime Minister,  \va's  defejated  eleven  times  m  the] House   o��  Com'rnons,   (Once  on J its own expenditure estim-  ^rdhibited from. driving, anywhere in Canada-{for I three  /months. A. B- Nash, Jcouncil for  fMajcQueen. explained he" had  'known    hiij    for   s<|me itime.-  ;McQueen [came    l|ere six  weeks- ago after recovery from  a Serious heart attack which  deprived ham of his j means of  . a    pvlihood,' - tberefbrp,  :he. has  nc Imoney. JHe Is trying to start  C." B. Oavies,  ADDRESSING ' the  Safety  ^Committee-. at the | Banquet. -  * i      I-  ��� Local 297 XJnioa    f  hold celebratioq . j  SAFETY Committee MqmbeK  frcm, Management and!:Local  2S7 Union ware honored lat an  informal banqust. hsld at Sei-_  side Hotel ca Friday. April 1ft.  ��� This-was to celebrate 10O accident free days  for tha! mill.  This- is   quite   an   accomplish-   _  ment for almost SCO em||ovees ^-0 ra^e tfae'monev" efverj- In-*  and onh- om other PulpIJIul m dianf over the age of 1��� will be  -B.C.  is "in  this   categoin|: .Mr.     assessed  ��2- r  Da%-i2s. resident manager safei ^.^ Brotherhood ts atso  a few-words praising the em- figWing ^ cro*-n appeal *cn  plosvzs tor tfair safe? jworfc/ -thev^nauno deer case smce  and the Safety Commiaee fo% ,the7 principle involved is ,the  their efforts-' ^-- n j j /trans' -fifaing ! aait hunfng  Bill Lamg, PresKfect-ofjLoca^ rights."This case* lost ii Nanal-  297 Pulp and Sulphite7 |Uni<Hv" ^^ wi3en: tried bv magistrate  spoke briefly outlining the fact 'l Reevor-Potts   was "won  in   the  CLARENCE JOE, delegate to the! Native Brotherhood  ~of British Columbia Conventiori reported -io. the Sechelt -Indian band. The -convention! forv*"ardedf a I resolution to Rene Trembiay. the. new Minister of (|itirenship  and  Immigra'tioa ; and Superin-    ��� 7--���!  ������-���-���  tendent of Indian m Affairs, de-_  manding amendment b��� Bill  C-I3Q to allow* the native brotherhood ^0 make - representation &: claims Sn~ b^ialf of  the Indian people of B.C. to  the proposed Isdian - Claims  commission. Also to acknowledge the original title of the  Lndian people of B.C. to th��-  land of British Columbia, and  to acknowledge the ."original  title to said land has never  been surrendered or! cxtin-.  guished- Bill C-130 has passed  only the first' reading in the  House  of Commons-    '!  Joe reported lawyers hare  advised them lanj claims prior  to 1S72 can h. made: to the  Federal government. It is estimated it -silt cost SSS.OCK} toughs  the _B-C.   Land   question.  , iJ..  saying.j-We have Lib-, cm: self*.  respect:  We've  gc; to  ^et that,  - faaek--* I  Joe  favixed  Au^ft  io  come t  to   hiS|hcu��e   ar^fy I time   to]  examae   the   Ees. ia��d   urgssl'  ail complaints showld t>e dealt  with at  __?'cr*-r.c-''itlf  -" A   letter   frori    Iter^    Trem-'  blay. -jledglng  tw  Hcrk  en  behalf  cf   tij*f   Ic.d'.a'..   iecrle   u  Improve   their   ccr.d.fccos    ar.i  assist tfceni   to .share   f^II>   I"  those    benefits     sed     scrv.ces  which are   asa.lihlt-   to   C^r._-|  dlans  feneraliy  was   r-*ad    Ke(  urged I closer    Iia>,K - bt'ween'  -frderst; and prt'- Jr.c.3.', govern-;.  ments is the r.i"*it <jf Indian;  affairsi      , .. .    >  i ���  r  .  I  Lsj-  eS-  MOREyABOUT X. . .  Hospital Society  jfrcsa page I���     s  I       -   :   t .  (port ^being   miiloicing;   to  jmexi   was   notec-   MiLiCan  [plained procedure 1$  !��._ daati  !ir_ Canadian  Hospiu: Account"  ing  manual :a.-,d   t^ere   are   li  provincial  tad one  federal  rei-  qairem��its.      Also      operati-d  costs   are   separate   from   conl  ,,   . . ,      .        .-.   *���    _--  ���-���      --      --    - stnxction  and   fixed   costs.  All"  ^-a^'-^I? :aI!0_b!e?Jud^ xt_peal!court. but now it is be-    ttese  things   make .;_ flnancisl  an faccountancy business, on the  has ihad two such Governments  in ; succession   it   would   seem  Child felality  es rise  ates, once on an important tar  iff .reviiion.) This was back in p"^-X.{rr  the   yeirs   1867-71.   Macdonald ^efnsJ"a*!  and  his-Conservative  Govern- MacQueen spent three years  meat diki not budge. ;in7phe  RCMP  before  the  war  ai-7   i:.--     ^.                a   t, - and  six ^vears. ia   the   armv.  ��� Mno^ity: Governments,   hke n^: Stated  a  commend'a-  ?����fef Snt��n!Lf?K T?J?�� ^^  ^   GeneraI   Montgom-  nerdble] But n6w that Canada ery|for;lowing great valor.in  the .{face of the enemy, tin sea-  ^. 1-    ui    a                  ^ a .a. tenting:  him    the    magistrate  reasonable to assume that the ^   Z^  Iast  war  ��*over  Ministry-s life lis not at- f ake aDd yo6 and r ^ faced ^  whenever a  vote is. called--re- '%&&&  the   push-button   war-  gardJess  of the .-matter, under fare ot[toda    ^ * amreIving  - consideration.                     : on -oui honor as a soldier to  * After, all, Members of Par- show:ithe same duty ito the  liam^nt'are elected in Order to people fqn this Peninsula,** He  get on with the- nation's busi- atimdmshed him not to drive  ness. The*; only band .together whiirf! visiting Ids friends in the  and jfbrm \parties in order to Legj(|ii{ and he felt he; should  bring about major policy .chan- noj jj^j^ at aU with {^ heart  ges upon which they arfe all a- condition. , i  greed. Perhaps they have:-;to 77 -~i  vote, on occasion; about measures which they are l#ss than  .enthusiastic.   But .this lis   the  price of getting things Bone on  a  broad front and asfquickly:  as I possible,, ���  |   7: :- *fe  $0 it must be underf present CHILD fatality figures for Cazs-  circumstances. In other words, T.ada! in   1962   have   riecen'dy;  minority groups should not be.   been 'released by the National I  able to hold up Parliament in- -Safety League of Canada.  !J definitely.- Xor should a  Gov- '    More than 2,000 chfldren un-j  ernment" fall as a result of an der the age of 15 were! killed  adverse vote on a minor issue, through    accidents.    Most    of  No  confidence  votes  must un- these-fatahties occurred around  doubtedlv be raised from time the home; they need never have  to time/This sort, of thing can,.  happened.    AduTT  carelessness  however, be overdone. If they and lack of child safety jedaca  are frequent and ."unpredictable tion for adulte, are largely to  as, at present they should not . blame. j.  -necessarily be-take-n  to mean Safety is not inborn^ nqr does  another federal election. After it. just "happen. It must.be con-  all" \ve are making "progress in stantly-7 practiced   to   conserve  Ottawa and little, currently, is the iives^Gf our-young Canad-.  to  be served by exaggerating ia;ns.   j c "'   -                 i  our differences at_a time when !6f the   1,177  pedestrian  fat-  harmony in our domestic and aKties,  more than 4_ of I every  international-affairs  is  essent- "1(j were children under 0.5. Of  ial  not  Only  to  our  economic the 42 poisoning faUlities am-  ; growth but to our survival as 0ng children," under 13", 28 wore  an independent nation.      y     - due to drugs (notably aspirin)  ���������;���..- .' "        - and  16 solvents  found  around  RECORD;          .'-"*:-. . the home. : _                   j  Brian Higgensan. Of West Se- A few figures available to .  chelt established a:record when date, indicate .that these fat-  he caught an eight pound steel- ahtys figures rose even high-  head in"'..the fall's;*��� in Wilson er.in 1963, and that for Jan-  Cr^ek.: He was using an earth- uary of, this, year they were  worm for baiL !.-,.-    ^    -37.7: _higher-;than January.of^'63.        -  as there were a few near- accidents* in the last 3 months'; aiil -  smce- it is  the employes' who  has the accident, then it's fop to  the employee to prevent iL   j  ^eader'sRight   -;|.-".  Letters to the. Editor^  Bible textbook 1   j  "Ing appealed by the Crown., He  told the meeting their appeal  hid been won oa the basis cf  a ] treaty made between George  III and the  Indians. -   .  Plans" were laid tor a four-  triKal eot___il __  ts_ held April  : 13. These  plans had  been   oa-  iderway last year but~7due to  j the death of Chief Craigen they  ihad lagged. Through these tri-  j bal_ councils similar to the  Tribal    council,    self-  report tdifficalt to prepare.  All reports were jeecsted tn-  animousIylTVo-taiiteirs. W.S��"7  Booth jand: lohn Harvey .were  elected by acclam5*-Joa- ���*  a  There  was  a  tim.   when  fob-   aa2   fcts   trsoney  parted: X3w'ir_hapfi��m�� to evc-  rybedv-     "      -        , [ -  *m*\M***Mm*M*,m**mmm**i*m********wm*.  Editor/ The Times ,  _  Sir���I would  like  to express jMshga  a  fewb thoughts  on  your. edit- i government can be "ttaane^i  orial on religioh in the schoofe- j   Joe rented a case from the  There   are  far   more  children . j Alberta Supreme Court .where-  attending: day sehool than.Sua- iby the  Indians are sumg  the  day school   so "what little'they i provmcul" government for tasa  get. at school is the only? contact   with   the   Bible   some   of  them  get-  The  Lord's  Prayer  is a daily prayer and used by [  all   faiths   except   maybe7  tie !  Jewish. L too, would like to see  the Bible used as a text book,  but  ip  this  changing- worfd-f I :  doubt that it will be. As jl fe=-  member, we assembled ia the  school auditorium every morning and took it as, part" o| ths  sckwl day. T think the i-hdle-  thirig his got out of proportiiiil  and   it   probably   bothersf die  parents more than, the children- -  (Mrs.) JOYCE SHEPpkliD "  Ona _ must be "poor to know  the luxury of givicgy  . -     | i;  tion     collected   ;oa    leasehold "  land." He said a similar situation existed in. the Selma Park  area. *       _  The Korth American. Brotherhood convention'will be held at  Kainloops on April S. 9 and  10- Among other- things they  want to have the Indian Act  amended-       - ���   - .  Joe berated those present for  the apathy of the Sechelt tribe."  "There's no more life in Oils  village. The tribe is failing."*  he said. He reported Indian .  children had broken" S30u worth  of sewer pipes.���The mothers  shouH be watching the children."; said  Joe. 4_  Chief   Alfred   August   a greedy-  DRIVE-IN  Selma Pork  ���     - "     :v  COM-FLETE-FAAtlL*.  AND-'  .  4\RTYM��Ai��;TQGO   \\  '    C_if( Cca C*rn* I  j   itaJiau Spcgketti .      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F'OR THE- person Who*canE��tf ii din hMpwil locality the    the fulfillment of the expedi-  I   adventure'that! he desires    hen he rha^ search the   tion's objectives. Theoretically.  ��...        ..       ���*   -..-       , ������._'   ���.���   rl.i! ati-k   ai_f. :a a       thprttfrtrp     th^>v    hopnrtp.   pnntrj-  4he JjafeUctklar saUsf-hcjion tluajt thife excitement  j -j-  .1  ... -,  :*-\  ..  :-'\<  .;.��"-���  i"   ,'  ���V'.-.  .,;  thfisc, saan hirig  ;        aa'd' to ace   L.J..    :_.t..  r^ady inda  world for -  affords the rttynd and body  jcjjitting ^shores, (irovidits a suit  'aile atmo.s;)h_r-5 of hist ary, cli  rmiatc aandjseogjrapby tp tempi  for , adventure  mm  immbdate ' those, al  -^r  . . i ,'jiw,w"w."   ���������*"���**��    || ��� i    information concerning the rou- : rjer number of-eaftedilianers to  ! JQHN- DEAM, one off, the beardejl crew'menjbers, trades   ts   ^e Iduration and the ape- ^-fulfill the planned'oijjjecUyesiof  a tliree week long portion of !the  tl-'egirl. One has piil|ed her sha*"vl ove^&er face and the    Application  may  be" made  for    Kapp-Darien Expedition. In (this  "         capacity,  I  perioroM-d the (expected tasks  and pursued the  .^���Tfiinel fee*  Th  i Car p! jean  Tropical  jtm-  gles, -warm and cxcUJO' oceans  aild mtriguiag,nativ%p]the pos--  sipilitv of! treasure I dhd, jthe  knowledge <!bs_' long Joit i Srian-  iih foi��s lie hidden in 'life iltjnst;  expanse   of   vegetation; ! thfse  ate   the' promised   rewjards   to,  thr<Uf��Z<he  tljose   with! tb)_��abandon   who  sfarch them out. All jsorts of individuals  from  all  {flaps  answer this call, Some arf !easiiy  diicouraged   or   soonj "fulfilled.  Others enaurle to indul|s��e,nd-  le^ly. Soraei even capraltte on  tpe  situation.   Kit   S. ;Kajj> is  apexampie of one su<jh pe:son  iThe  Kapjp-Darien   Eipecitiph  ilprather un^qufe: because  if 'Is  7   s^ely the w^kbf this!man and  ^ tffc   uncomtnjon: fasirjtii   of ^is  pHmary^^ iiiiihitesfS: busfjiesslcsd-  x*t|Siture andi [ii^tory. ���.  .-.i  ertd Rico.ytJse IUlch  aloi :g,! ihe ;_*?i ast! of V^nezO^Ial  Cohmbia, J>icarigua, Honduras and ievsuj alo:ig the Gulf of  Pii ama to the -parieh! rejgiony  Pocrly charted or unmapped  are is ate cjheeke 1 or recorded  and the inlormation; submitted  to he JCJ.S. rfydi ographic jcJffi-  ces studies on the art,; religion  and cultures and administered  to he needy natives along the  wa; and inves igatkuis i and  sea tehes' aire & ufiucted I into  the possible .exis en^iand lb-  Kit is one! ofythe seti|or cftiar- eatians of ��ncien: Spanish! set-  tip boat skjippers of jthe 1 tail- "���i���*-- -- *������t^-^rL���;  efj States7"i^rg*in - Islands  who  bfecluded tfet i the  .c|arter 'in the ;Garib  coming tjwjj^umen-i  tlin a i;eas^nahle in)  anyone. So; Ihe: |_jbarl  air7 unusual i enterprise  el-cises all this interes  tiihs his in<!lepcndence|i-ind  ts for-  an v ere  to su��-  me ibr-  ed ttpo|j  ek-  miiin-  to\-    adv irtised  llcts -valuablft-^ovviddke.^aj^out    to *i iibscribe  as.arejiearly all thfe VOuths, is Aaked. 'tTheir usual attire   Potion    but ^the   portio^  jm  'isbimpjy a string bf ishells, beals or teeth around .their  nqeks. Girls' are always dressed generally elaborately.  ���ft a shf bby jiress.  which h_ wou|d .most likfe !to indicated objectivejs Jdn a fco-  participa'te. Applicajjits 'si'fe7 rinthian,* basis;'.. ���k'Jjiout pay-  then selected on their quaiifi-7 ing or being paid] ]3jut ad^en-  cations,   c*^*aracte|r   and   th^ir ture was pron-itsedj. tjhe sailing  r�� By Ray Grigg  E ich indi'?idual  tiie littlM hi vrrrt Oastal regions  of south? rjn Central America  ant the ijiijoinng areas of  Sot th Am iri 6a. $  A s frequcr fly ' S possible Kit  organizes eiC|X*dit ons to further  exflore thd islar.is andr coasts  of he Carisosah, to investigate  10 its history,! (chart, its jinknown  wai ers aati fjeve l search for  ireisuravyltm- - ve otures extend  firgia Isla  compatibility \*ith the schedule ana^acihtieslc^the'espe  dition. During their participa  tion. even though they are paying, they are obliged to! perform the duties of r seaman  and work a.s requested toward  aridits ad-  of a ship isno mefei task particularly whsn it ;is tei|ig negotiated* through relatively tin-  charted^cotal, and jriesf infest-7  ed-,waterss and mej places we  were ~to ym*. an<jl j "he people  we! were lo encouhj ?r' are ac-  csissible to only a rfljlative 'faw.  tc o -dii i|: provide tiro time: for  tleir transition from ithe place  Oi conization to thehplac^ of  it-  antitteis  Por-eni- was our first iotro-  diction t6 tfie^iostof tiny itlat  isllands thai:.compose7tht;iiSan  , Bias grdup-and,fiOst^ thd ?col-  oilirful Cuna1: Indians. The ship,-  as it glided to - |i graceful halt  in tie jshaltow; and crystal-'  clear water, 'was approached  by so:ikra\ dozen of the Indians  all .di'essedii) their multicoloured Tcqstiimes. There '.vers  -few insnjlHit many women {and  children, The . males were  scantly clad with "tittle decoration ��xceptr- a shell or tooth  necklace. But the females, girls  a. included, were orriatcly attired  complete! with nose" ring ;and  a' straight jblack l^ne that; ran  from their forehead Ho the tip  of thtir nose. Evqryone sat in  narrov ilug-OM": canoes, cayu-  kas, that sat precariously; on  the sirfjjceyof the transparent  harbour.  ' :.  Port-enir 7posseis��itr~ a small  airpoift biititg smportartceji-esls  in tht fict! that jit  is thi*! last  .'outpost ojf Pajnar^anian influence. EMyond Ibis piint few of'the  patrol bdatjs |even venture "��� and  life ;nd ! justice is adrniaisler-  ed by the Jndiaris tliat inhibit  the area.! The innumerable .  palm��lapped islands that form  the ;irchJi>et3go of San Bias  arch -fish the lay of the %pu-  biic f  few   toilets! from j the   juhglish  mountains-f Of   tha    mainland.  (waters are abound [with  roe%,   fish   and   mulli-  pf; exotir   colours. ,;Por-  isj In  a  symbolic  way,  ;ye\>-ay'to this playground  for He adventurer. The "beauty  will .(japtjvato anjd er chant the  ihd f the   dagger ! will  Their  coral,  iturjes  iVenir  the *?  alert  to be  viewer  oblige   !hi!m  to be perpetually  jElie:! *.��mbihatiEm seems  thi* :!u timatfe  4ltempt of  Out side' th  therefore, they becone contru-  'butors to a 'worthy academic  eause^ and, at the simei time,  experienCe: an adventiir^ that  i3 available in very few (places  in the world.  My involvement wild the expedition was prompte!J  by the  need   for   a   crewmdmber   to  complete   the   ship's  ment and to provide  The ".Fainyinds'' Reeled well  over oh a port tack and cut  through the subdued waters of  the iC&lon? harlKJttrjJ A brisk,  north-easterly   soo;ni blew   her    shpaljs. send'.'the. swells fai'ther  through the break'jva'ter's opening and into thei (enthusiastic  swells of the Caribbjiran? Warm  salt water from thjs !i)lue waves  comple-    thudded  against^her  thfe pro  rose over her gtuiUales to dam  ads, Pu-  AntllleS;  Limited  A Complete Service * Five Seaplanes:$[o Serve You  dements Van d fortifieationst  Ttese explorations are j, organ zed .ar aund the ib j foot  ket< h "Faajrwind ���'*, a ���well-ap-  poh ted sailboat; that^pWideS  the accomniodatitns,jthe trans-  portatlon-aaal,?in -iUteU^-a-xhilm'  of " dventure for t losMnv'olved.  expS(  and   I hose  y fishing  ar*. i��iv^d Waited  ion is  . INCLUDING THE BIG HUSKY/CAPABLE  CARRYING SEVEN PASSENGERS OR  i7oo ubs. <te Cargo  bow and  a  nature to iiiire thc mtidemiman  from n'isi! security and then  trick hini In'o destruction.:  2  islands  and  be  yond the -subdued Caribbean  withii the7 jrch of the archi-  pelaEof the seas rise in threal-  eniaj: swells Twenty f��xit waves   ind lariter effortlessly- lift  tr to  then  ..... .���,,-.   ���        .-.  a iif y foot ship into the a  to   vifew   thtj   world   and  pluB|;4*' if tHreateningiy  ihjr.o  a  trough asil the, waters  Were  goini  to: Swallow it. tFnch^rted  skyward into! gigantic. raonMer-  mounains Of fluidity similtan-  eodsl>,' magnificent and deadly.  Tne [eye /rnjust   constantlyi be  for |hese dangers mxhs of  ���see page 11  i   t  OF  Go Modern  OFNCE IH THE LOBBY X>F!j SECHELT. 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Captain.-. Vancouver - is com-  .mand of the Discovery, a sloop  of 340" tons and a complement  fe'-  - V  :***  ' -vi'  ;2  :?  ,.*  "**���*  -      . -   ..       -v  -        ^.K\ -���    ,  ���     .*��.�������� *-�� * n a     -  ��� *  ..       ,,*,       .'        ���>*,.. '        ���       *  -*^<*  \r:  ��� �� a ' *  ���. r. ��� -' ft * ���  * V* i  . i*  boote feorid! in England 4^-owned* by <_aptauifa��xi Mrs, Wi  Yi Higgs cf GomerCPoiri_.-7 i*  ��� CajSain~Cc��k-{fdIrusp!thef-na"-  i of 100 men,-the-armed tender   aves   sm^fetf Isardiaest   large  ���L3  Chatham   of' 135   tens   and   a  creu of' 45 was sent out to officially   accept   the*-- restoration  of property, seized at��Nootka  I by .the Spaniards. and to ackr-  I now'ledge Britain's right to  I trade-in" North Pacific waters.  I,'While in the area, he was  "j charged* with another mission���  rto examine: inlets and channels  'on the Pacific coast; to~d|scov-:.  er  a  Northwest -passage; "fh*;  Admiralty? ihad** a* stradifig/Tofc  fer* of S2. ,��00-7 to- any ship? <fe. -  covering^this shorter waterway  to*cfacilitat��  transport of sea!  otter  skins;      7 y  Vanccpvtsr,; who* had- been^ a-  -midshipman with Captain Cook  on ms;.visit to * Noctka*" ie 1778;  left Falmouth, England April;I.  rlTSl. Ovcr-a���year later, he "left"  j his   ships'- st.   Birth   Bay   and  , prec;ed-d* northward  in  small  {'boats as far as Jen is Inlet. He  i explored,   charted   and  named  ��� many places along this* cca*st���  1 An-vjil   Islarfd,. PaSsagje" IsIa&L  I Howe's Sound in honor of Earl  | Hou e, * Point' Gore; Scotch - F"ir-At",t*_'ARANC��  ! Point, ;Jcrvis' Channel in boa-      C?  j .or jof Admiral Sir John Jervis,    nativ  i Point C-pwood, Point Marshall,  Hat-wood's Island-* and- Savery  i Islsnd. _t=twe^n Point Grey  : and Point Roberts* they bought  ; some excellent* fish- wei^iing"  I l*-2C0 pounds from the natives,  I and named the shoal Sturgeon  j Bank.  CaifriV 4        f  ERECTED    <m " Gt>-^ e r  shoals    of! which    had-  been  bhwght' oa4^arW*and nKasured  cot: to--^reHt'-peopM-*:-The  ���sardhfes^^re'jh^g7 on- small  rods, first a foot from-the* firei  arid   then - moved ~ higher; and  higher to.'.maki room for-others.    Wheif rdried".  thtey    are'  *dcseij* packed, in   bales' aid  the bales,,.covered vritji  mats7  *Ttf^?yahcr-cure cod and other  Large"- fist- -ia* jthe  same man-*  ne$*- Thebr diei-consistfed" mostly ioT fish,7 *:*iiiuscles,] smaller    crican     tomofeawfc  sbejll fishr herrings, t*ti' spec-:   ttoir weapons.  iei.4 of* brfeam    cod :and  sar-  dic&s", as wel as .oe of some  cT~ these fish. I He tells us large  muscles  ar^-.t* roasted in their  sheHs" and1, spmetime*-   dipped  pear without a hint of warning.  attacking like - tinr- pastiferV  fahls  at* night:  Severat sites were examined  for evindence of the possajility-  <�� the. adsteace of old: Spacisli  fortificatsocs or * settlenlcnts..  Although* findings were nor al-  -ways-cdaclusive or astoesdiag.  they ^rierall^ were useJui.  They eath=i made a ccetri&iticH-  to; the overall sifuatiiKi. gaidias  and adjustiEif .the co*nie of the  expetStiea. Evkfeace. uncovered at roc? site ��mdd rereal  that sospi<Qp2S'<rf the* prseiKre  ot- an dd^rtructare were correct cr "the ateesce of such  evidsshe %-oold reduce tb sr jhxj-  scmehoi^-wa:  -t^'ent ot%*  sorting, j Thi;  ciscourapng  due. -Mayl��  /Point fay local residents,,  fT*��� ^  ^^     . tU ���  .this  cairi- xspfinsnoraiest ^^ <* ��* eristeEce at ^  Captalif Va_icouS^s^ vtsitf tce2l*5f- ^  -t&our shores^ in sJuhe* 17*IM  when he namedjthe Srjfet-  " Point Gove,-*-* after^LKU^  tenant Gove^.    K I  sfasrtytrucdieoss-made ct bone:  ar:<f   a   small stsce   psck-axef  resembling^-the  cenmnon   Am-f  cemprfed!  in oil ;.qf^ ���satsce*.  They' also -ate whales_!*sealS1  and'"se3 otters as weUi as porpoised-The-flesh and j rind of  the* porpois*-" ware cbt into  larga fdeces acd-'dried-lASbroth  was* alio made from the pbr-  poise.f j -   '! -- 7  i -- 7"'  Cctk ��� describes   the.  as   pretty  plunipV nrtj  forehead   Io%|. * ey^  -Tfe_ir _ox_f_- were generallyj  slcw^a^d solemn. Somsecjterel  sung, by idngle . pe^jrmers.l  kesping 7tin__; by striking thef  hand against ther thigh. A rat-J  tie ard a small whistle'werel  the csrly* .musical : instrumectsj  Ceblc *sbd' ha -meh\ saw amcstgl  them.-- ��� -" - X   - X       I  Cbzk states, .'"we faad: aban-|  dance cf- reasca to^approve thej  integrity cfthsiP^oadnct. Theji  rejected:: spiritoesr Hqtior    as*  1 diSgastigg agd: rmnaturaL***       j  Asyyca sit at this Msioricalb  site*- ahd-. cco^me  op .-_{_.  paStJ  ybo.- cm? be. grateful to such?  citizens  as TMi-.   Atlee.   Frank?  muschlar, forehead Iow^ey^i citIzens as Mr: Atlee. Frank!  smaU, Wack-and rather ia^-4 West, Gecfge Cooper and ___a  uxshmg than  "sparklnigl. The |* y^^^   -     ^^ ^r^-    ^  | MEETS  SPANIARDS ;  :   On   his - return  to  his  ships,  t Vancouver met thc  brig  Sutll  j under th.-   command  of Senor  i Don D.^Galhmo ar.d the schoon-  i er" ''Mexicana'1 under the com-  | mand ol S3nor Don C. \'aldes.  , Th<?=e Spanish officers- infornf-  1 ed ^Vancouver ��� S2nor   Quadra.  -commai:dcr-in-chief cf the Spanish    marins . was    awaiting-  Vancouvar's arrival at Nootka:  They   exchanged ' geographical  note"  and the Spanish officers  premised to, examine' the small -  opening'  in1   Burrard   Channel  which the British had not er-  plored,"   and  ca  Sunday,   Jim^  24, before he Icft:for his northbound    cruise,    Galiano    gave  Vancouver  Uk?  sketch'- cf 'the  entire  North Arm  cf  Burrard  Inlet.  That .nighfb Vancouver; ab*  . oard the Discovery-, and thc two  Spanish vessels, pursued their  way up the coast into X_2^ial  de Ni-'tra S?nora del .Ros^rio  ���kiow called  Malaspina Strait  FLEA  VILLAGE  Durrng the corthward trip  they went ashore at a deserted  Indiahj- village ; in ^Homfiray-  Chann el. The! vUIajga swarmed  with 7:'fleas: X which: attached  themselves td "shess, stock|ngs  and clothes in such, incredible  numbers the7w_6ley party was  obliged   ta 1 quit -the   rock; in  mouth   rcucdTwith   thick   lips  eyebrows- scjln'ty   a.cd   alwaj-s;  narrow,  but head hair  abundant, 'very,coarse and  "strong.;  black,    straight'   and    lank*'.  Soffi*   had   beards,   but (these  they1 plucked. < .1  Their skin color -could-pever7  b-~-_-t2rmir.ed   positivelvl   as  their   bod';er| were   encristed  with paint aqd dirt. Theyinitn:  bed  their b-^ies  over with1 a7  red- paint mi^cd-with ciL !.     *  DRfeSS [ r /--  - Their dress kzs - a flixen  kicd of ma2tl��. ornamented  with a narrc��s- stripe cf fur, ^T  tha upper edge ard fringes^ at  th?- lower one. Passing under  th^ Isft arm,- it -was,tied by a  taszle over the right shoulder.  Thsy vote a * cap in the shape  cf a flowerpot, made of very  fii__- matting.' crnamented with  a bunch of leathern; "tassler  and having a-string passing under the-chin1'. ;  "Their' heads and garments  swarm with'lice*.'���* writes Cock-  in his \yg. "and we frequecfly  saw them pick eff these vermin, and eat them with great  cempesura.", "  Th?y crcatnented their-faqgs.  with  a .variety  of colors aud  over    th?    paint   they", thraw  brown;  mica--   which    made  them r g I i t't e r.    They    pefr-*  f_ra_��d  the Jlcbe  oF the  ears  with one largfe ard swo smaBe^  holes ; higher | up on  the  cutsfy  edge.."In thsajs they hung-bas-  cf feme, quills fastened en* lea-.  therj thengs, shells, Jsonche-^ cf  tassels or thh. pieces^ of cop- "  rafeed^tife cairn ts^ remind yoe*  cf- oar exciting pash  Searching, of course* was-not  racd_m _ .and expeditionary  work was preceeded by many  day_ of research. Kit' had*  ��"rtmg mf-rmatios from all  possible- reference sources coc-  cercisg the* whereabouts, the  dal^vcf occupation- and vacan-J-  rej*. ^fee descri^km and cir-^  ciimstances relating to- settle-T  ments. miHtar>- and otherwise,-  Ib tia New WcrM-|  At    Calsdssia! Bay,    bricks  'and   cKicssballs* were-  discovered  to" support  the  suspicion  that   Passu   Esccses   was .the 7  site cf the 1512 Scottish settlement of New" C__-d_____i A de-  pressicr: that "crossed the sinalK  pemasula   comcMed   with   the  msjat Indicated oo the drawings-  describing: the   nature   oC the  ���450 year ckTFort Saasl Andrew  there. Hfetsrically,; this wzs a  sigsnficast discot^ry for it for-   .  daily  established the location -  that for c��___rias had bsesx in  desht- Cta nearbj- Gcid   Island  small relics such as beh buck-  125^   pieces   of   cutlesses   and  shot   were   fsfridto   icdentify;  the Is__nd as a recluse for pirates.  Na  fortifieations* existed  so-It could be safely coccaided  that it was _0-^_jiIitariIy sig-  i__ic__;_.   On. arsther   occasion  mfonnaticn that* was hoped ta  be valuable in th? determfe2-r- -  lea cf the Iocatxsr��^ the- ancient city of Ada iwas proven  invalid. And. again detailed diagrams -of the Icciticn sisd characteristics   o�� Fuerte  San  Rafael de - ia Masdicea faikd^to  unearth- evidence <rf  its  exis-  ence  therel  For Kv��rai  days  we searched through tbe grew-   .  Santa- Maria    Way.- |-��av- tlwfei  i^se"rist2��ce' such" a ; fOrtif:cat-".  Ion   if   i   w is   not   felled- to  some larger scheme?? lie crJy  ccacfits*kii pi ss2ile-_ wis- that a ~  Sv^Ke^ ^ritfr-tfita  that UT^hajf-bec-r.  aas   fes.i��erBcl>--  acd   useful   as- a   -  H will fee ooe-c��  the majsr itfms that *iH lead,  to- the evestUal  oaeftrt&tr.g' <C  ��� U:e"-Ics2^soQ^it site.  - - -  '"��� Advaitar��i ��� and    esct'emest  wete/frEqu^t   {^cuTasc^*-   oet  the expsStidrt.' Bat, new, in-rB-  trospect^  th'irc'   have   l*st' the.  thrill- a��t stimulatioe - that they .  once  -possessed.��� Ttsey    ha\^  "simply -teco^te r dwirf^   hapf-  pefflfigs I that | jio  ter^ef' swa; *  im portal.    'fedBri^';   instead _  are tfee^pegfte _��*o-|i��-* met-*--':  _a   breedvef-imes*- aild-|wox&��ft'  :  remartrfdy   j diB&ft^ti   from ":  these ��� to: whom, we" ire! acca*--  tcmed:. Instssld  cf- htegeEing$.:  th��.-r^cdHsctipn   cf- pug  Caat'~..  fadiaas !��32,   isy   me^oh   aM.  proveke I my kesssh^^; They.  -  more rtias - icytlsi2|: kl&X   I ���  wact- yoe. - thh   re*df r. f to - be  ictrcducsd'tob L   b        '- -  ;:���:-  i f-,%  "***���    i  VX.  'X*:  '?,  jpia-is GctiiipaigB; '���  \ PaOBEltTS Creek* Credit, union  j plans an" educational' can?-!  7paign to encaaragsf more t tmst-f  Iness for the CKdit union-in!  Jbnfer to raise "thef interest -m-)  Tcctfie:  Tfeey feel Mils   is   the*  logicai-answer Ugr the" wages* to*  IncGme ratm.   . L. j     "      .    -- |  4_ Crsdit unioos-5re ineorporat-J  ed under prov^riat law to es-j "th;   ala^fe*" river * dhznr.eis   utid  ^able  groups, of  people  with ta|   through;'its delta far the smal-  commtsi bond ��^association u��   Itsi trace cf encouraging mat-  I��ol their saviag|haad provides   erial bu^ta oo ai-aU. !  .ftemselves wTth-iOwcost loacsb^ ^ mast eihusiastie  Tbe-maKmam^n-^t rate ie. ^e2Vcar5 ^s t:flociti ^ &r  me ^^ Pe^22th-"0B ^1    Gulf   of   L'rabai of-  Columbia  unpaid* balance zwhich ts etpjl-J   "     *"���   %-L*M   Vi   w~>*u*  valent to 12 psr cem per-ansamf  simple   interest.7 Host : creditj  unions- provide toaa iaaraaccf  witfeut -addfrional ;cost_ to  thej  l��rrower.   Tfeeni   are   restric<  ti<ss* governis*- th^ amount, of7!  msurara*e. depending: epaa-the!  age of the borrower.- his pbysj-j  cal-. conditloQ  and ;the policies,  oF,the:Insurance company with:  R-hich the credit union*- deals. 1  Sc&oot^savings wfriiarare cof *  i  the ruins cf Santa Sfarta de La  Antigua. This was allegedly  the eldest and most civiiized of  the Spam-h scttlemest. is the  N2V. Wsrid^- Its location has  kys��j hxn a mj^tery- attfesragh  several dues belarved ta be  valid provid uniicipfaL There  is little dossbt that its discovery wsald have aroused histar:  i��=s indescribably ��� Aittemgh  -oar search did not uncover the  lecUd! by \-olunleec workers ia; _cld city it did accumulate-mere  4he schools each week are nor  loager being assessed. . They?  were, assessed Ia*lS��2, but thisf  -wa*-: returned- r��ob��ry under"  the- age-of IS has the annual  assessment taken off. _    }  evidence tc isolate its locatian.  Isia Gloria, a small and rocky  ridge-sazped island near the  stssc work atiits crest- FuSrsr*v-  a subinzrissl wall projectsd  from ta? island t�� the nearby  great prsdpitatiohj Tfiey piun-  :perj*Snn2 al|o p?rf=rated^tte  /jf-  ged into th^ s!eaf biit^could not  drovzn-:'tb3'"'"a-_!-Srents'S and. finally hidito siskp Itlteir clothes  m   boiling y water,  they named flea  Eventually. ! they;  The   viEage  Village/7  rcdndsd the  ^ehd Xbt Vancduver'Island -and  'septum cf the-cose' 'and drew-  a cord thrcugii it, while ethers-  "fl^ore7" horseshoe piccss-of jesri-  . per, brass cf iirfca"; which haig  over the uf?��*-I lip. . ' / r  : Th;y Ware bfacelets en arms  asd^askl^s mads cf white bugle  reached .-.Xqatk-ay- Captzin p&k beads, thongs jwish tassels or  in.Mr s^jMirii iat: N^stkayin=���a ^ek, brctd. shiny sub-  17*?87 hasileft some" L|teresring statins. They^ 4so twisted "sin-  descriptions^ the i*|ftives laral    ews: cf aaimali.   .     . /      jy  *1 ' -     - * *X'  WEAPONS . 7   \_.X      j -     X  in two y7 Bo-sts;   arrowsj  bone7fSpaars,  SilSsilil  their!-appearance  customs fand  wlesc^nf -":-ia-*i: his-1 irFirst... &e-  |.��id and Liist Voyages  ��  ��  b      GARDEN BAY BOAT W08KS  -X. y. ^        Mechanical'& ETecfrical Repoir-  -���������:.    :A COMPLETE L(Nr OP BOAT REPAIRS  (SonJen Bay, BlC.   ��� _ '   f Pfwne 8_3-23W  A     X    --'. I* : -bf  .>v  . -:5 j  i%t SHitMsm  Tw-Tmi-xmi  fXCL0^��f#Y{  ��� -i    ^.ct  i ���      i  Mcrine Drfrta - Gibsons  Phone 886-2  ���fi��  '}  >'      .if  14 *   ^f "- " *r j.     n jet-     i   * '-J '      * r      '    ' " ^ "��� "*'*-        ~" "��� J * ����� *JHfJi  Page Tj2 The Sechelt^feninsulo  '   a  .7,  goad yihecrd ineme .  Hr  ''-  ��� -i  :,  tes  PENINSULA deWgates tp the  j, eraitbn cohvjditio^, came  enthusiasm and 1 idea  associations.  Mrs;  5, to re  B.0. ffarent-Teaehejr Fed-  bap-; primming with new  orf  7  ence Jejffries j-e*nt|scnting E��-  , merit PTA enjoydd their three-'  clajy opjpWtunitybto learn j new  ideas and hear ihev-/ trends.  "--Theme of the cpiiventiby was  the "Road Ahead",, and aires-  sed counselling jatidj tha jnew  challenges of education. Dean  .'--Neville jScarfe <% jUBC'sl College of EducaUoif ibid; the\eoh-  ventioh ithe neccf fort coin-selling and guidance Is. gr&ter  than ev<jr before jb cause, changing conditions overtake us. before   wej have  de> eloped: new  Wedj., April 15, '64    in the face of rejection?*': he  asked.'  He said there vas absolutely po .correla^on-between--success in school jnd desirable  character traits, yet this tendency exists in our schools right  from thi element iry level;  ''Counselling," hi said, "is a  very specialized ftrm of teaching. When an exparienccd teacher .becomes competent as a  counsellor, he is transformed  into a vice princiral_and loses  his spark and bcecjmes the chil  in  education  and  -v  work   njiore    of education-to a fork. The, el-  closely j^with    teichers    and    ementary   and   secondary   lev-  school ( trustees, jj She    urged    els are the shaft, he said, and  members to attend school board the fouiTTmes are the vocational a watching al, technical, two-year colleges  and university. "Your four senior levels of education are only as* good as your shaft, or elementary and secondary education,"  he  said.  to tfieiif various local  meetings and *'ho  brief" jjmd find ot|t what is going on.!  ��� ��� ��� - ���  She hopes  to  Revitalize Ithe  Federation in spite of competition from many other sources  "Parents should j not neglect  their children's edjucation.V she  said. Neither should thejj- be*  come free loader.;, taking; ad  vantage of thc dedicated jwor  **���*.     ��.-i�� ���      vtf   I'     iTj'-. lcst oi people whdse most im--, uor   Mt.mhprs WL iikeri to  __���__.-_._    ..,..,   tfelia  PJfher ^ibsofa  elementary   porta���. Vk h collecting theJ ��n m to a^d^m-dfr can  P.T.AlMrs.^aTlt Lamtf ancj 3v|rs.   L Henry from   wiIk money.* , ^s i?vdunteSf go ^t ?or  Seehelt i PTA,   and | Mrs.   rior- ,#^pT    7        ; . I Children must be actit'ely on-    Ited Cross and other orgariiza-  uChnr",���� 1 it!aX ����� &&<* fa their own leading and tions. Mrs. Jeffrids feels there  hem. -T&-':**."^��tf2Jy. ��>- education if they bre to grow should be no necessity to beg  K^iTr^tint^L ^ ���� matu��* teUable., silt reli- people to "becomef PTA mem-  iSESJ -^^xt^l^l     ant human beings, jhe kimed.    hers.' the better wly is to stim-  He j felt teaching in ' the inter���ulatc interest, 'jThere is' no  mediate grades tended to smo- other organization where: so  ther the creative1, spark in���much information! is available  bright children and stifle the to so many peopier," she claim-  curiosity of dull children.  ATRIAL   MAP  "TGeorge Cooper, principal of  Sechelt elementary sshool is  anxious to obtain a wod, clear  'atrial map of Sechelt, taken  at a lew altitude. He needs  it for his social studies class.  lituatijomL fjrj human | beings  |re7 not flexiqle as the tirries  |ind tare hot ready to adapt and  lodifi   as   circutnstances   de-  iajnd,r Jhe sapd  He   felt oti  school   system  onsisfenjtly tehds to drive the NEW  PRESIDENT  w ability gniup Into^anU-soc- Mrs.  Harold  L.  Steves,  new  1 or evjen deinquent outlooks, president  of   the   BC   Parcift-  Why   should   they    grow   up Teacher Federation felt  PTA's  ed in an interview. "We j cannot afford'to have1 j another generation as ignoran*,! as this one,"  she added.  Celia :   Fisher  jager, enthusiastic and willing    should take a greater^ interest   McTaggirt-Cowan4  <imJU+mm*mmmymmmMm\     ' '      i 7-   -    ."     - .���' '���       l1' ,   -   ' - '""" ^^hii-"*���-"'"-*!'  mjpyed ,. ,Dr.  comparison  ���j- ���-     ��� .    ��� : ;      ;-. s  Wew$ and |//ews j  of your business leadfers |  *mmmm*mmmm*m*aft^��mmmwmmSmm^mmmmm~mm'mmmm'm*mmmmm+b*^ .      . ft  Beatityy Salon  Sechelt  Evelyn Hayes  Abo-Je Post Office  Cutting end Styling  Tuesday  "You  Ho  ''Specialist in foot care  - wmm fiou say  wat mxm. tell you  *0i *mmm*mmm<kmmmmmmt im*mmmmmmM��mmmmm*mmmtmm*mmm  Phune  to Saturday 9-5  Stoirwoy To  r Beouty"  885-9525  -  SIIOE STpM.!  ��� Ph. 885-9519  �����>  tmrnm^mmmmmmmtrimmmm  ���mimmmmmmmwmm  Imiiae Isle  !    A lot of people would think Lourie hod gone Plump Craxy  for    t     S  winter is lover and your furnoces  have; hod a  buly seosonj this  year,  now is thc time to hove the��t checked and  service  **  so  thot they  ore all keen ond ready fo  don't forget wc do lots of Marine Slice* Metal Work Also. Boat  a    Tanks, Gnlvonixcd  Mctol Work and  ��   -Coll. us for on estimate on your installations be they honic or  commercial  advertising ot this time of year, but let me tc^l you, the jhard    S  I  ��  i  ��  go- for the next season. And  FRANCIS PENINSULA 1 \  PENDER HARBOUR   j  Eveirythin^ for the Bodt* Owner        |  Prod. ]    Phone d8&2444  ]  T*mmm&***mi**mmm*m*mmm*tmmm*t*ym*mmm&  \  ���mmmm. wmmmmmmmmmmmmmm-mmwmmmmmwmwmm&mm*  It Pay:; To Advertize  This Space  j  o host ���of Household Jobs.!  I SPECK  itkt LTD.  OIL HEATJNG-& Gfi& FURNAC1|  SHEET METAL WORK !       I1  Bols  ,, S   Gibsons  ;   '���i********X***  *. \ - ���err*-**  Jlock  Gibsons 886-9961  mmmmmmmmmmwMmmmmmm  - i  ���m*ti*mm-mmmm��**mmmmmmmmm%  *'     - !���'���'.' ��  PH Heating       Gas Furnaces  Sheet Metal  Gibsons  IPIione 886-9961  \m0jmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm wmwmm'martrmmkmmmiKmmmmmmmmi  <mm*H$*wmi immwmm**mm wm^mmmt  A full I ne of  orjorio Hamilton  creations"  :  rine Drive 1 j  Phone 886-9941  ��  ��  ��  PEftlNSULA  MOTOR PRObUCtl  (1957) LTD.  COfSPLETE LINE  GENERAL. .VICTORS  CARS,AND TRUCKS)  AUTOMOTIVE FARTS  BODY SHOP  SPECIALIZED REPAIRS  1  \  S   ��� Adjacent  j   Sechelt, B.C  to Your New Hospital  Phone 885-2111  r\i  If


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