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 ��-w��**i..����tJ  AiitHcsri^ed   c*.  secr*d c-;?*  C3dpcrtm��r*f. Ottft����.  ���-���m  Serving the Sunshmc Coosf. (Howe-Sound ta Jervis Inlet J, including Port Melicri, Hcpfcircs Lending. Ocnthcm's 'Lard^n^. Gibseoj, Roberts Qeei,  Wilson Creek, Selmo Perk; Sechelt, Halfmoon Btjy,: Secret Covs, Pervde? Harbour, Madeira Park, Kleinrfcie, Irvine's bending, Ecrf Ccve, ��r<;��T*cr��T  W��ON��$OAr, *UY 27, 1564   |0C  ���*S     >���  **.   -���  ux.y.  Some dissension  il to  S8WHI  0C66I  e survey  SECHELT MUNICIPAL council moved last week that  i  the firm of nJJT Dayton, sewage engineering consultants of Vancouver, be advised to proceed with -a  seWage^ahd drainage survey of the district.      ..--_,.-  Members generally: agreed a,        ~   ""*   ..,-���;  ;7  sewage system was a vital ne-  cejssityi but failed to reach full  agreement that.council proceed  with  installation of a  scheme  -M-  'jr  . ���*-*    -  A  %r  /  ^ciri completion; of survey.  Councillor :B. Gordon asked  was council in a position financially to go ahead with^the  project? he added "there are  . no funds i set I aside - which  nieans we shall have to borrow.'* _   ! ;   y. ,: - -    ;'  Chairman Mrs. A. Johnston  expressed the. "opinion 4hat a  system; was very necessary and-  tiiat it should be done now. At  the same time she felt it would*  Lbe. three years before it would"  be, completed.  Councillor F. Parker suggested the propect could be carried out in stages as money,  became available , at the same  time^commenting- "we will, not  be the first to borrow funds."  Councillor Gordon disagreed  \yith the idea of /spending  money on. the survey while  council had no funds available  to ppt the system in. "We have  been floundering for a year  and ,a half,"* be said." '"There  seems no point in spending  mos^y'oa a survey if the -results are to be filed away Tor  possibly'five years.'"  Motion that council go ahead  with the survey was moved by  Councillor Swain seconded -by  Councillor D a we.~CounciIlor  Gordon voted contrary- '"  ***.,  :'    ,.**-���  ������^^ *-"---   -'.*  - �� v?:'**���"*���'��� "*-,".' '   ���*  ,--sl   *���-��-"��.   -J..W-   -a.    '.  fr-r-t-O*;-*-' . ? %&y--<*<&-y"\*���;.  :���**���-���=   -jr-t rf-ia,-*?**-" *��**  f;.< * s  .^O?* ���-> .f*-^ **-  *v��-V -a -<---.��'* -v*;:  -  5       ����� ��  *��:-�����������-*:���  �� --���'" ' ���>- ���  - . *'�� *       .   *  *   . * *.r . 4. *  -U^":'^*"^  -,- V,  ?.t*rr:,  "-J.  *���>< ^-. .^"i.*"^7*-J  vC.-"^ ��,  ..? v- j--"', ' >v- ��FV-*i-��-��Li'  I   l  -.-���  ,-Hl  ihnti*.  *��� 'Jr t  "**V  i *'"*  Mli��Mi.m  ^  :-  .',-  Mf^J?tJSUC??r f    rr- I *    Out of control     ! )    .        -  th?Sy DTy 5a?adrSf et ^WSmen announce ]A CAR DRIVEN by^Mrs. C.NicboIslof Madeira Parfc7  pressed by cbunciL Chairman new appointment - ~r Ieft the roaaHn the Secret-Cove area: and ended up  Mrs.    Johnston    stated .she   kixsman   Leo  Heroux from 1 almost lost from'view in 7a water dogged ditch- i The  Merriu,  has  been  elected to | mishap occurred  at about 5  p.m.  last  Frida^bMrs.  the office of Governor for Dis- I Nichols" stated she swerved to avoid another "vehicle.  trict^s of^the  Association of Jlost control of her ear and ended up m the ditch- Both  T-^ ^,..^_  -_.,  _^t, ,.        j^fj^, Nichols and her husband, who jwas with heri es-  thought y it an outstanding , achievement and -that great credit  was /due to the many people  and institutions who: put in so  much time and effort to ensure  the success" of the event.  SOUND   ADVICE  Manj*   a   chikt-who . watches  television   for   hours   will   go  down in history���nst to  mention   arithmetic,   English  geography.  Ma*3is&aie warns XX *-  X.  .Zr  y>  --���:*   '.-���.-' ���*!  .y  criminal  ^charged again -  SEVENTEEN-YEAR-OLD Cameron James-Billy of Se-  i chelt, convicted on a charge-of break-in and entry  itvith theft, was warned by Magistrate Andy Johnston  Kinsmen Clubs and_ will have  charge of co-ordinating the ac  tivities for'the district which in- j  eludes the Kinsmen Club of ]  Sechelt. -He will assume office j  on. September L_ The election |  took place at tbe district- con-  j   vention held at Vernon on May I  an<T" 1S- ^e convention provides an }  opportunity for Kinsmen to get |  together and exchange ideas, j  and to be brought up to date on j  activities at the district and na-{  tionai levels. * -    I  A rule which does Kit" allow |  a. man who has reached the }  age of forty to hold office in }  the association, provides ~an |  opportunitj' for young men to f  learn the fundamentals of j  parliamentary _ procedure in f  conducting meetings, giving |  them valuable experience in \  leadership  training.  The  Kins-  caped injurv*.  W.R. Milligan .  Hospital- aimMstrafor  tenders resipiotioE'  ��� i  * <���  V* -' '���' '.4  '.   t    ,  - -.**  l  i-'v:'  " 4:-'  ..*���"  :. **. ������  ��� "t ���  - ��� -. ,*  i r ���.  ..... * i.  ���i     ���*'  .4i 4.  *' I'-  .['��� **.  ��� '��� i>  *��� *�����  ���������: ���  . *.  t1 v ��  ���I.!'  "a-       I"  *"   I'  i     ,  ���-    't  ." -   P  . ����� ���;  i ��  ',     v.  '���-  '-.  F.  .i 4  hospital has  made steady pro=  men clubs .across Canada have- gress  in finances  and  in im-  that any further crimes could result in him being con-    been engaged in serving their �� proved  services over  the  past  Victed as a habitual criminal- communities*  welfare  for over! five years.  ���MR-HARVEY P. Hubbs. President "of St. Mary** -Ifo^l-  tal societv* has announced with regret-the rc-^taa-  tion of ilr. William R. Milligan as atiimnistrato?'of Si:  Mary's Hospital. { ���'- \���������y^ r  Mr. MHlisan joined Sl  St. Mary's Hospital in April.  1959. when the~hospita! ��as in  serious financial difficulty 1 This  problem was overcome, and.the  /* > ���  .X" ���:  '���/     ���" ���:  ../  I Ths charge arose following  the theft *of a number of articles, from a fish boat the night  of May 10-11. Billy" was subsequently charged and entered a  plea of guilty when he appeared  before the! magistrate May 12.  He was then- remanded until  iMay '23.    .- j , 7  In   sentencing   him   to   one  I year definite and one year in  'definite  in  the^Haney  correc-  jt io nal  institute;   Magistrate  I Johnston told Billy "YpU have  been before this court time and  time   again,   by  so/doing  you  have  forfeited   your   fights   to  a suspended sentence.  "By sending you to Haney  you \are7''getting one more  chance.;; It is an institution  "wEch^will teach you a trade.  Bahave -yoursslf while you are  there and :you will have_the  opportunity to return-and make  a fresh start. '!������"'  "Appear on further charges  and you will face the prospects  of becoming a habitual criminal .which means yoa could be  kept in prison indefinitely."  A plea from members of the  reserve band that Billy be giv^  en a further chance that he  might take_up employment in  a focal company, failed to impress the ma^strate who read  out-��a list of previous convictions, of the youth. These included break and entry with  theft in 1958. A similar offence  in 1859. and again in 1962. While  serving his sentence for the  latter _ offence, BiUy escaped  custody -and received an addi-  44  years.  1559 was the year:. the Boards  when he was charged with the  present offence. L  A twenty-one-year-old youth.  Richard Baptiste. arrested with  Billy, is'due tb appear In court  following a remand May 27.  Gibsons  .v^a.  ���-*ss?3^Sfj  h**^^  ���?  *j*.  t' ��� 'tZ   i  ..v.. ������.&�� .zjrt   a  :*f  *"ff  ^3i��-'Si-    t  ���  ^::*?to:4-  Chamber of Commerce  honored {with gavel  HIGH~ HONORS fell upon the Gibsons Chamber of-Commerce this week with I the/presentation Monday of  the Chamber of Commerce Gavel of the" year to President Ken McHeffey, representing the Gibsons and district chamber. /"\  ���     : ;      ~  Ken  travelled  ta   \'anccuverb Boat Week,  to  the  annual  meeUng/*of thej       Presently    under    coasidera-  British- Columbia   Chamber   ofi���xlan is the proposal for a break-  Commerce, where ^e was pre-7   ^-ater and dredging of the Gib-  sented with tfaeiSavel by  Mr4   joas harbor. b  Pat Wood  Pat Wood wins  in bake-off    /  PICTURED above is Miss Pat  Wood of Gibsons who' won a  plaque in recognition of Five  Roses Young Canada Bake-  offs- Contest was' won by first  answering ayquestiona^re and  sending in.ba favorite recipe  along with name and address.  If the/'questionaire was answered correctly, the recipe  was*'   tried-    Final    judgement  Was    made    on    originality  tionai 30 days to bis sentenced/and   neatness   of   the - recipe. r  He  had   only   been   releasetf   Pat's recipe was for chocolate  about four and a half months    cake.  Charles K. Bantock. manager;  of the B.C.,,Chamber of. Com-*  merce. . jX b *       f  The jrfvard. presented ;to dis4  tricts^with a qofKilatian less;  and 3.CG0. is based on general  effort throughout the year- Mr.*  "Bantock told Mr. McHefTey the  Gibsons and district group had  been hailed as one of the top*  chambers for the year; 13*3-&4  and complimented him ion the  various projects in which -they  had participated during the  year.. " "      j   "        f  Among the projects fcarried  out by the members {was a  "cleanup" campaign iencourr  agement of street numbering  which is now included, in" the  phone directory, construction of  a small boat public launching  ramp, sponsoring of jGibsons  Boat-Week and the visit of the  naval vessel the Oriole during  of Trustees dctetimnc*i thai .#  v.c-k - hssptiai . w_s "required t*  serve the. Softshine Qoatt. As  aixainiiXr&'Xf he ga\i�� active  and vals&ble ser^'ice m the  planmag jof the new?- facility.  He "rarely missed a nteeHzs. of  ttt-e coastruction e4m(p.ittee.'.  '.and did !much cf thf correspondence i and . detailed \ work  cunng the development fcf the !  plans."    f       - }-   5 * -  He has. been active? with the  Pender Harbour Volusteer Fire ,  Brigade Since its starf .":*ttend-_  itir   most of  its- ��eefdyf traie-  isc  sessions,  ��uod-raiiinjf  acU-  v��u^. and effiergetscifs-f  A difference of op^uojt- over  a basic i��!icy prob!4ni; is the  -reasos   far   Mr.   Sf-Ti-aE'*' resignation^   which   be^-r.es   effective on June 3f. i#:-i  Lighlning hits  Secl^lt ar^s  "FIRE   trcke   c-i:   f^!i-^*.n;  .strike k$- h^htmng ��S--ri'*;  !-   i  i:   ?  -- i  \    *'  I" ���    ���  ?���: '��  : .  *X-  Sechelt expands  with extra stores  WORK has "commenced on  more commercial, -buildings  in Sechelt which are further  indication of the continued  growth of the community.  "Sir.   Vera   Ricfater -of   Rich-  ters TV confident in the future  ef the \-ilIage. is presently constructing a-a additional -stsre  next to his existia? block on  Cowrie Avenue. Another tsnld:  ing. also to be constructed for  Mr. Richter. is to go up on  Inlet Avenue. This will be a  medical clinic of about 15.CCC-  square feet, which it is understood will replace the presets,  clinic.  " Both buildings will be completely modern and up to date.  a  ���e  sudden _ -term,    i^-t    Sat-rdi-"~  night, ~_        -   .  -   A   b'.zie   -*-.hch   Lifted   fro*r.  a .little   after   Ir   ** it    *.n*.'.   ;  a.rd.   :\t'   iJli'-i\i '   ir$r.\   S..-  - chelt  ani.  u  b i rwi   U    r.^se  been ac eld ssai  The ixr-t.on -i^*. r>h tf<   Cr_.  '_ cil.lx-zz,z*i Hosh  a'   Ea-t  P�� r-  Foise   l-kiy   Lj"   it���"--   t-   t-.^  area 7*1-   n".^s!cr i��� ,���>. -uhlc  ty  heavy   sno--* -; - ~  Members of ir.o RCMP .:n-  vestimated and |-c-;<.rte*Jjt-* tr.*;  Forestry dept. 5.'c- auerrfct ?La-  t'.f   irta   s?  ' <ia=r-i;c  -���  !���:���  i ��  ��; ������  a  made   th   zn   t".  there  was  so  fci:  dize to the xn. s  i  At   the   time: of   tr.o   ^tr.��.e.  tights in the <��.tr-.et |!:ckerrd  and reaiained t.-�� f.r a v.v?t  use but no ot��or d^m^-*-- ha-  been r^��rt��d. I  ;.  ..-i  Tl.  ^mmemffm^m  wm*r***mi^*  msfw^f^^m^mrmtpm  I'^h^.^^-'-z^J^^iU'^'-^^"' -���>**���! -> --V '**��*���>*''rr.mU: ��.���'"���-.���* ���-;������-���: ��� �� ������ -*-:; ���.-.. ,���  *.. ��*...%.i ir.*:...i*.j.twrxfcH ,T*ws��ft��;:?, >;>*ftw*w55->��.:^si*?"-i-rV.*-*!-TSK--'*: -?-5MXiXf.-: -.;''V  '�����'. * �� ,��� '*" ���.:  ���-- * ��-v- ��: *''- ���s'' ���  -Poge|2 T  ie Seehelt' Peninsula T  grwnmmma  ���mm*, rim***************-****-*-*-*, jmammmwrnmrnmamm,  i    ��*-     i , .A \  iHsf&EM -Pst^suiJi^jSfiww*  mos. Wed,  ./  ,M*m*M****ir***-*m.*0m*M'*******-*ii***m>  "1 *"   Published) Wednesdays by the  Sechelt  Pehinsulo Ji'mes  Ltd.,  ot  y 5cchelt/B.C.    -     J  Crass Circulation, 1850 copies  Clauific d Advertising Rotes!  3^Line AdE riefs '(15 weirds)-'-  One' jnserti on \jL .���- i-85c  vW 27,1964   ^ESTATE  ,**M*****-M��*-��**r'   ./A-, :   A  m, urmMmmm  ���MMmM*M*-M*0M'**-*M*******t  BEDROOM house, ,9.26 acres.  Dark, sandy soil.' Christmas;  and1 fruit   trees.   Rural   mail  route.  Wt. miles off highway.  S. R, Jack, Northwest Roberts  Creyk. -(Ilandbtiry  Rd.)  9754  9  4ufbs %nucK&  ,, . y, /,/,  LEGAL NOTICES  CHEV 1/0963;  lot, 'as part  8 J4-5235-X  S1900. Will take  payment.  Phone /  "  '  9928-24'*'-  /  Thtes inse tions.i-. ~.~11.70  a iry     trailer    hitch  ^^S^^^^Tli^llit.. city cak Ter  Box Numbfers, //-.25c extto  If-poithbb ore"publication, Vais-  count of 2 5c per AdBrief j�� otlow-.  cd,' Semi- Display,   Super-Display,  ond B^ues Chip Display  1.50 per.  0 ,tncl*.""'- ���  1 cgql Notices:  17c per. ccurit   ine,(5 words) first  Insertion/ 3c )ier count! line sub-  , sec uent insertions.  Dcadlii es: ! Saturday-5 p.m.    y  %iA sertj. Hon Rates: ���     ^ '*  10c per cqpy,   50c per month' (by  ad ranee.'  corfjor*); $5 00 perl year, in  "2 ACADIAN convertible, .aiito.  /tfansr,  new  tires,   new   bat-         back-up  Terms/arran-  j ed. View at MissionVPoint Mo-  alel. /"       9752-25  958   MjERCUli'Y   2   door   hard  top itt good (condition. Phone  venings/8S6-t)375. 9932-25  by  '-j)37<  IUIJBER  stamps  of all,,descriptions  may   be   obtained  [it.The Times] Phone 885-9654.  Juick service) on all orders.  Card   of  Deaths, Bit  Ing Events,  -40 words)  each. 25c  FOR RENT  PARTLY  furnace  ments m; de  hart', Mac  B83-2420.  Thanks,^ Engagements,  ths, n Mernori&rn, Com-  EtcJ Per insertion (up to  $1.25; extra words, 3c_  Discount if pofd before  publication.  Form No. 15 (Section 40)  "LA:*D ACT**    /^  rV  furnished 1.3, bedroom,  ��� split   leL-cl   heme.  'Auto;   oil  I Notice of Int  Pure  nticn tobApply to  iase Land  nd  fireplace.   Occup  ancy from Sept. 1 <ji.r arrange-  i-ooitis bej'Inning July. R. Loek-  i\v-\ Park, BC. Phone  9929*24  Oecup-  or arrange-  to .occupy upstarts  ^inrjlng'j^y.TR. Loejc-  EC. Phorj^l  9929-251  FOR SALE  tADY ,P; it joil stove,  like new|  -2 '"pieca   chesterfielrj,   go?  Conditiion.    Arbprite   top, y'drtytf  leaf kiteh|?n* table and 2'chairsi  9933H20  JBtilfei.   Ih.   835-9309/  A  WIS'CONS|IN  '���\    |hcurs  " jiycp    foi  cash.< Bill  SiK-2672.  PETS  IA WOLF  vel  .home  PARTLY  split   lc  furnace    md  ancy froit S  jivattts 'ini'di;  rooms be  .liart, Madeira Park,  883-2420.  to. octfpy upstairs  furnished  fireplace,  apt. 1    ^  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver, B.C. and sitdate  near-P^rpoiAe Bay, urtlie Sti-  -ekett Hviet. 1 A *  T&KE NOTIGE' that Robert  *Willlani! Salted* jof Sechelt,,  B-C., occupaUon police Jofficer  3  bedroom      . ,  .  Auto/ bit 7-intsrids   to   appIy7^for:7per mission -fo   purchase   tb^ following described lands/  Form No. 35 (Section 40)  "La\ND ACT"  Notice of Intention to Apply to  / Purfchasc Land   /'  ,ln   Land   Recording   District  - of Vancouver, B.C. and situate  near -Porpoise Bay, in the Sechelt Inlat.       . '    - /'  TAKE NOTrCEbtfiat James  Stewart Warren ^oi 7383 Grand-  view, DouglasbHvvy., occupation- Journeyman Motorman in  tends to ^apply for-permission  the .purchase the -"following ,d��js-  cribed lands:  Commencing at .a post planted S/E com of Lot No. 7022  N.W.D,;ttienC2 East 25 Chains;  thrnce- South 6 Chains to- N/E  Fcst;    thcnjcfe   South   IO  Chains:  thence }Vbst 10 Chains; thence  NortlxfiO Chains;, thence East  alpni the:Sandy hook Rd., 10  ^ains more or less to Point  bef Commencement J and containing approx, 10^ acres, more  or less.  . -   -  The purpose lor which' the  land is required is Home Sitfe,  JASitES^STEWART  WARHEN  Dated USUI May,  1964.  9716���Pub. May 27v3, 10, 17, 'fr  SHERIDAN T.V.  *    Sales ond Service  RADIO ���; APPLIANCES  Phone 1885-9605  H. 6. CORDON &  KENNkrr Vtd.  Reol Estate and  Insurance  TREE FALLING  TOPPING OR REMOVING  LOWER LIMBS FOR VIEV��-  Irisurcd work from Port Mellon  to Pender Harbour /'  Phone 886-994r/  v  MARVEN VOLEN  -I  Phones:  885-2013, 886-2191  ^mmencmgyat a post plant-  ;edf atvthe S/fe'^cbrner bfibt No; '  fu227^A^,D'L thence ��� CHains  East ^X S/ W Post; thence 4  Chainss-Nonh: thence 15 Chainsj  E;a*Jt; thenc s 8 Chains S/E par-!  ailel to tli4 Tillicon Bay Rd.;!     //  thence Westerly -21* Chains1/',. ., r ^.t.��� ��a-a�����i���*a  more7 or lps parallel- to tb^Not5CC of rXT^":J? ^t^  Sandy  Hook ltd-.,- to  pDint7-;pf  ,Form   No.   16  X (Section. 87)  LAND ACT  Lease Land  TELEVISION ',  SALES 1& SERVICE  RELIABU'- PROMPT  j RICHTER'S T.V.  & RADIO LTD.    ,  Sechelt, B.tj;. - Ph. 885-9777  fireplaces ''< x  pIa^ers  foundations  I^ALLS  A. SIMPKINS-885-2132  WATfR SURVET  SERVtCES:-..,. \.X"y  'oter Sysitem Seryicp  Compte  -:>"-L.  EMERSOM^  Sdefellt 885^00  Insi red Bl6stingb.^  EbDecker  *MET|11ST  Blottk^  Jibsbns  E*|ery! Wednesday  fi>r appointment  ��86-2166  ���unimg.  ^tSnie.  M  8  hp,  only   few  Also; 3-bkkHe>  Cheap    for  arr, Madeira Park.  9834^4"  3f  V4   Husky,  l6 regjj  commencsrhent, aftd containing approx. 10 acres,^tiftore. or  less.-,    '   - "AA    ' *  - -    ��� yy       - .  Th?   purpose v|&y which   t"ie~:  land: is requijed is Home ..Site.  jtOBERT ^ILLIAM SE^VOOD  Dat^diilSth  May; 1984V    '"'     >  9717ibPub.i May 2T, 3, 10, 17, '6*  t-,7'"  , crad A askan Malemute pti i-  pics.'  Mils   |atjd   fettialer >&0.  'Phone    Mr.    R.    Smurthwaiie,.  GibScns   886-2105.        b   993124  PEKINESE  puppies,  886-aj  99157  WORK WANTED  Clfettrek  !0.  tfn  Church  Sunday  Prayer  7:30: p.m!  Bethel  Baptist  Church  !>echelt,  BtC.    /"  11:15   a.m. , f  School 10;00 A.m.,  meeting <y Wednesday.  In Land Recording Districl  of Vancouver arid situate a:  Porpoise Bay, Sechelt, B.C. _.-  Take nattce that Dorothy E.  Schrosder of - Sechelt, B.C!. bq ���  cupation" Housewife  intfends  t�� >  ap^ly  for a lease of the foi-..-  lowing  described lands:        7'  Commencing at a post Ranted at the N-E. Cnr, :pf Blod;:  16 Lot 1437 !Plan 4r7*&; thjsricis  nopth 10 chains;/hence-, S. 49.  E. a distance qf?���5 chains mor< s  Tor less:)th|ijca S, 75. W. a distance of yljdn chains more o*  less to-ytlic point -of intersection  i -with- the West shoreline oir7f*oi ���  rs md  Kb  .  I  /���  \ '  RfOjTO-TILilNG    ���  14 sizes >f machinjesto rpc'jfch  your jopr        y '  Plow ng and *3reak'inc      (  Rocky   Ground j-Breakirs 3  :'  Gr|ac ing  andbj-evelin*: /'  Cultivating _qnd-MH.Hri},  Complete l^wnyServicJ  f oijn plahting to b  '    nlaintenance.  - MoVfirg apd Sweepih"!  PD^VER RAKING  Edg ncj and Fertilizir) j  Seedinci at4d Rolling e c.  Atrangel for regulaT  completjj  Idwn care  ROY BOLtbERSpm  Bpx 435 - Soecfielt*J  885-9530  S.7*|i-tfn  i poise Bay;, thence followin*  y said7shoreUne in a>/liort*her^y  and westerly direction a distance of five chain more or less,  to the point of !commcncemen:  and containing approx. 6.5 a<:+  : Home'- service���7:30 . p.m.,!! res, more or less, for the pur-  Match'8 at the,home of Frank t-pose of Aircraft and marirje  Halfj  Porpoise/ Bay .Rd. "docking facilities  'Pastor John H. Ulmer, Ph.  Phone Sechelt 885-9669  UNSULA  BUILDING SUPPLY  .'" , "The Ha|se.With(A Heart"  E.,JL" clldwtill. Proprietor,,'-  /Wk 9IT - SJec^lt, ;B.Cb ���  ,   X ���yf| ���.,,,.,,,.      (       - r���/      ���   | -      A A  ^ BRITISH AM-WCAlC  '..blLCpbLTOb'  puelOil - GpSolinebOil Products  7     -Ws'f. Parsons, Agent  ,ytho^ |85-201$  /Wliorf ftood, Sechelt, B.C. . /  Laurie speck^  sheet metal ltd.  Qil Heuting - Furnaces  5 neei Metal  Gl JSONS, B.C.  ^dne 886-9961  /  SWANSO^BROS.  Septic Tanks find Drain Fields  Backhoo and Front End    ,  Loader Work  Screened Cement Gravel  Fill and Road Gravel  Phone 885*9666 ,.-  Box 172 - Sechelt  Scows ��� Logs -  SECHELT TOWING  /#^  b'Heavy Equipment Moving  r& Log Towing ;       /  X l,,h1ggs   \ /���  JPhdne 885-442$7  t PE^IlNSULA ROOFING  A1' A- A" ��� '\  X'    Asphalt & Gravel  / -jBwiit-up Roo^s  Guenther Barowsky!,  )     R.R. No,  1 Gibsons  ���v   '      7 ' /A     ���  Phono 886-9880      -  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Electricol Contractors     ,  Appliances - Electric He6t  -A     Phone 885-2062  '    A':"i   ;        '"���      7  J    * V).     ,  A  AUTOMATIC LAWN   /  MOWER SHARPENING  ''������  ' "' ���  i .--iA  Get Your Lawn   Eqiiipment  Sharpenedj^fow  Irvine^Beriner  885H2292  >- j  x-\  /  <A-  1��hon  Lutheran  Worship  Service  b      . L/Sechelt    A  Fo  /  TINGLEYS  ^        HI-HcAT^  SALES ond SERVICE:  for all your heating  i   requirements     A  % Qil Co.'s FindncebPlans  C. E. (Cal) ffngley     ,  y Box No. AX?, Sechelt     I  885-9636 ��� 885-9332   ������?���' r���-r- ���  b   CABINETS  CUSTOM WOODWORK  /( *    HOMEJSb-'  Guenther Barowsky  R.R. No.   I (Gibsons   ;  i Phono 8861-9880  /���  The Finest In  FLOWERS  ��� All Occostions  )S85^2008f" or^885-20271  Sunday-School  11   a;m.  12: nobht /  DOROTHY  E, SCHROEDER  Xb  Dated-May .3-1964.  97'5���Pub. !Ma*yy20; 27, 3/10, 't4  EARL'S COVE SUB^ISldH/  Ad|dcent to Earl's Gove Ferry termincri^n Sunshine  Cobit Highy/ayr Beautiful view of Jejirvfeflnltet*, Excek  lent ifishitid cind boating. Good: site, for motel and boat  rentals^ yy  WATERFRONT >OTS $3,500  VIEW ioTS/#ROM"$180a  down. Easy termson balance. Discount, for cash  \$%  /'/:$%m. _  Mddeira-PrirkrB;C. ��� Phone 883-2233  A  V  /  A\  A  ELDF ED'S FLOWER SHOP  '    Cowrie Street, Secheit       /  b^   Pldwel 885*4455 /  NEVANS TV &!kAD10  SALES & SERVICE  ;4f All Appliances  Frandiised PhilipsjDealers  -. Marine Drive - Gibsons  Phone 886-2280 y^  ray Newman  i'lumbing  Hot Water Heating  \    Notlting Dovm  f   10 "Xjcors to poy  ���Jrtsand repairs TO  alL Water pumps  Phone 886-9678  A  /'  ���**  CUNNINGHAM  AMBULANCE SERVICE  HALFMOON BAY    "  Emergency grid non Emergency  cOlls.'Spgcfbl rotes fo'r O.A.T,  Qualified personnel -  ���p/^ZA HOUR SERVICE  Phone^885^9927  STUCCOING-PLASTERING  GYPROC ilOINT FILLING  CEMINTWORK  '&/.' /  % SCHOENEWOLF  Phone 886-2862  '���XX /^'"' ������*  <Am>6tiN CENTRE  _     .   Mfihon Creek  Deol iri for  P.M^ Cdnodien,  Mc*  Cyifiich (ind|Homelite\Chatn Sows.  / Cpmplete jstock of oil models   ^  Ports ohd repair service.  rdephone 885-2228  FOR CARPENTERING  REPAIRS AND ANY  ODOblOB  ] , H. MITCHELL X  I Phone 885^9581  PRINTING       ������������-'  BUSINESS ���.PERSONAL ���  j   JSOCIAL    /  y RIJJBBER STAMPS       ,���  |       THE TI/VIES  A    Phone 885-9654 K-  -?  A -#:■!■    - • ■*"*
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A Linda Carter, here for the
^veekecd, - going back home
^londay night;- started out
around. 6 p-m.„ finally, made tfae-
pood old- "Smofew,'*- at midnight, landed tome around 2
h.ra. . .-.-this »ferry service is
lor the "Birds*/and 1 "mean
the Victoria birds.
/At the Thompson home, visitors, her son and grandchild,
ior  the  weekend-      7 . - - .
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end . ,r .w«wferfal tnp, too7; bad
our "road nr>t completed.- Fpcnd
Don Wise forking upytfcfcre;. ..".,
met Joe and IM Senuftz \ \* kv-
wish. to hei remembered t» alt
their friends ground -*"*<( Peninsula  . . . |. /     - "      {    |
,   Visitor at  the   Ray  fTiUgtr-
alds  over ithe1" weekend!,   Chris   "
Herbert. fie_was  pressed; inta
helping   the   hospital lAfixiliary"
booth "on  holiday.* We |ca'a  al«
.•ways find work, for Qur.frisfeor-,
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Mr. "and  Mrs. W."Shen'dam*   sn<j thev lore it . .
entertained their relatives from
Newton, Mrs. Jt-jrylor, z&L
.guests. -'.-"*
Sorry to report Mrs. Bffiings-
ley St., taken to hospital in
A^aeotrver.     . ~£    ■-..-'
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Traditional laurfch'mg     . / .  /
Jl FAMILY FRIEND, Mrs. W. Torbet of N^naimd. B.C., broke tie traditional bot
"  '    tie of champagne on the bows ""'of the/Lady. Loma II. /
Steve    Wheeler,  - playinjf ~a .
-little  roufjEi  sfxih  the  f*B#ys,*r7
- dislocated this .fboulder*;' "fce»--1*
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hard yet j . .   :       |  J -'/ * -:
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people-to j make -tot. k "go?xi
convepsatios, two/'tp idoy the
Ulkinf. aad. s third| Jwt; present to talk' »6out j J ^ |
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,   Away -to  the TPotlacb  North.
Vancouver,   about  fi»   of   tie
_-resideiitial school children with
their Queen,   and   princess  to
\take part in this ansual event-
.Visiting!  the   school   over   last
"-w, eekend,  Mission boys" soccer -
rteanjy   Game  ended   in  a   tie,/
^notwithstanding   playing-  in   £
-T*eai^ dtKmpuur1;   Boys.espect/to
return  Xrfsit   ta   lEssion/hext ~-
■weekend . . .    ,. "    ;    A     -y~
-.   Brownie pack of-".he*school
"are to have *s  trip to Stanley "
;Park next week omier care of
leaders. Children toek-
forward to this trip. Very
ure   oii" part  of   the
Brownie  leaders,  milch *appre-
:Jt  Iciaied . . -   _
tg*.  .   Chief    AKtkI    August    ■with -
X*i  i-ftife Eli2a. made a trip to Sar-/
rj  ;dis, to visit Janet August vzho ~
r?g    has - been   moved   to   Coqueel--
:.-;   ;etza. she is improving althougb       _-    . .    ,
t-l -very "*slowly. They ^-t^W* "» Cc«p^ej.«h *cvd
'{"•* rback home Agnes jtehn. who
*,. -wanted to get ^back, even
"X : though getting the best of car6-
-ij ,'She is about 9< still spry,led
"Xx . active, altl^Qgh she-is./blind.
[S- : She -wil/fee staying with her
^- : sister ^C^cele . .; /her little
3    home^'was iKirned^a few weeks
ago-^ She is one of the oldest
little women-in village; if not.
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" The prsportIrxi_£f j fc^ehvx
ownership ]cf aE Casaiias ia-
dtistry*" steed at-.34 pfrfceirt in
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Surplus Equipment
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J38 CAT t3A MODEL
'H-ydrcufcci bldSe M*%ie*  *^ru*i
Price SI2,000 ..,    "-
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25-ft.  dtcciitte.  bocr*,' G.V..
<£e$ei po-er^d
Price S4^KSJ. - ,
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A at Madeira Park on Sunday.
Away to Squamish for »eek-
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MADEIRA PARK, £,C.
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, TRAPITIGXAL"; breaking/if a
"** iMttle/fychampagne^launch-
ed! th£b$2-fooL LadyTXoma II
. cirom']7kaddockss Jifarina, rMa-
/   deira Park, Simday.:      ,
/Build   at -^rmce   Rupert  for
/ ;Pat'Luomax8f Secret Cove, the
7vessel,   a   west   coast -troller.
'was lowed to the marina""where
Jthe/banleiier   110  h.p!;- diesel
was fitted. Mr. Luoma yhimself
-worked/n the installatioa accompanied by John Haddock. . _GIBSONS, HALFMOON BAY together with a numljer.of I
/Among   the   visitors^; who       . Sechelt .members of the Hospital Auxiliary now feel |
turriedourtb watch the lunch-   considerably more familiar with th"eir volunteer duties]
and what is expeefed-of them as individuals working in |
a hospital.
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"Members greatly appredated£
an informative- talk; and7qiies-
tion periocb'by Mrs. AtteweB.
regional^representative, who also showed a recently- takoi
film' of the lions Gate HospitaL
JJorfc Vancouver!! This proved
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''   ing   ceremony   was- Mrs.   W.
Torbet of Xanaimo,- who-xhris--
tened the boat;- Mr. Ed Vosberg
."also of-Nanimo; Dixie Laoma;
'.the-Captain   and   owtoj*-: Pat
.luoma and Mr. and Mrs-. John
, Haddock.
Included in the very latest in
/equipment,' is  an echo soiind- ^wu.  ^uwum. ,.-»-„«.«
/ er, 2-way-rarJjo; aute'-jatot and/ extremely  interesting  although
hydraultcally   operated    winch ......
'aid' gurdies. :<A.   .bf;
One-of the sturdiest and- wGll-
^uipped -vessels -to -'be^llaundt-
ed from the-marina, ;the Luoma II leaves for the northern
fishing grounds next week with
■herierew of two'inclutfing Pat
Luoma. .   .-
BENEFIT DANCE
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In. aid of"Henrj^"ICUIBertson arte! Mr. tind
Mrs. Ed CafjiipBell and famil^. Victim* df
a fire wWdi sdestroyed tfacir home and
'■■' frefotxgrngs last -week.-
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Dancing fo Hye i-vtusic
Refreshmenfs provided - Ad"mi«i«n by Qenativa
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'RATES REASONABLE
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Phone 886-9890
operated   on ; a   much.   larger
scale than ih shfaHer areas-.
Mrs. Attewell explained methods . of getting--Started _ andr
told members dot to bestitate
in writing to her when: iri any
doubt.    ' -yZ'', X...'■'■•'-.-. - b
There arc sevra^l duties undertaken by" the 7 auxiliary, "and
_ include;   thrift -shops,   library
carts, sewingy -writing for ai_l
Treading JD "patients and* mimcr- _
ous other activltiis.
.-" It 'vtas stressed, ^jthat ^at  all
times   members   should   work
with   both   admkHStrator   and.
matron. -.. " - .. ^     .7
Mrs;    J.    Redman    thanked
Mrs. Attewell and-also Mr^-W.
"Rankin,.and Mrs.   A.   Merliag
who operatedt-tbe film projector.    -*"=     *    ; ;
The afterttooa ended successfully -with refreshments served-by the-tea hostesses..
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'7t The Time Has Cibt  GRASS  /' yside  th,c  town  sh  wc .����...-  IK.-7C  //���  'alkXof Many Things; of Shoes, Ships,, Sealing Wax, Cabbages,  r  EIPP��  WHICH appeAK greeted dnbthe othejr  of the street qjfity! 800 ftequenfljy  proves something of a disappointment on .closer  inspection    - <**' ���    V  Metaphorically speaking, ths is precisely  iituiition  applying to the fid for out-of-  _t��    m.~.***imm.*m *%*.**      fki*aMAftt|- ��F ttfVlll^Vl *\t t*Sf**zt  #^ednesday|,*May 27,1964    A.  Y  normal price. Naturally7a/spehdihg spree  lo.ws timing >*$ich, ui:lqt�� of cases, othejr  cles are bought regardless of the fact they  have been acquired at home for the same cost,  possibly' lower and without .the trouble o  ing to transport them back over land and  tngs  1  Hjiif&iofss  "t may be, wrong,  I jjftflW not be so wrong  as to fail to say        ,  I believe to be right.'*  "     ���John Atkins  foi-  artt-  could  Fragments    ���by Ed Green  1 1  Inconsistency let not they head  tie bowed ,  Thou art a' virtue changeless as.  thc stontf       /  For through this maze of lifo  thc many snares  Arc set for man or-beast whose  way is l>nown  hav-  ferry.  pping, the/benefits' of. which , at best   Considering the cost of the journey plus the  are extremely dubious and in m* ny cases'vastly  is 4e'.  h.11 >  -���. 1 ���  11.  -*:  ���;���  ���v.-"  over-ifated.  An  inherent  quality jof h'dmanity  susceptit ility to the possibility <hf gold, at Hie/  rainbow's end.      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Thipiigh  the  years,/despiti   hard  earned  /lessors,  man's/gullibility/lias ptavided a ,60  ' tihued/source of [revenue for th: trickster aiid  fast; teller and wilhoui doubt I another centu  wlill see the situaiion?'unchangi  ,f   Inevitably a certain, amou  !/ing   is   unavoidably,   cbrtain  ijuently have toffee? obtained fr<  es:   "Unlortunately  thousands  tbis7area weekly on |gpods  at! price> comparable to .th;  in! fact ;ven cheaper.  bf    Ndjmerous shopper^/olissfpl y .spend paK  travelling to the..'  item  af outside boh  nmodilies   fife-*  outside sourp-  dbllars   leave  ailable   locally/  e Isewhere, Ofj in  p nchase an  lower  than /lihe  Wast  G RECENT years,'rnbvsments and Or  nzitions of extremely ^ujiou^ origin appear to have/sprung into being ?n/almost ^t*^  -time lfement, the amount saved on the  low priced item is" negligible.  / ' Total cost of one such shopping expedition  multiplied by' a hundred in the course! of a  week, and* little imagination is required jo visualize the vast sums, which, if kept in tne district wOuld asststyto a great extent the economy  ' of th/ community.        / ,  J .  /Generally speaking we get only what we  pay for and in tnost cases only that. Your local merchant provides a! service at the lowest  pperateable cost; he is the first man appro; ched!  lor donations to various charities and gives  a great deal of his free time to-the promqtion of  the community and civic /affairs!  . Th6 least he is entitled to is supjort of  the community; without him there would le no  community;        :-���'"'      /  the motto then js*. "Shop wisely, S|hop at  home." /  itergles  POOR  tools, ;  jriginal /deacy  (Vernon/News)  jworkmen blame their ,s  Ad there may be a ten- ^X  among, retreating   gen-  may rule a kingdom  for a day  His vanity tbe soul of than  defease  Til'the icy hand of reason  4weep away  c pomp.*the gilt, the  mockery of PLACE        ���   '  sities.  With  channeled  /  such  into  crals toi blame their allies.  That (appears to be, tbe era-- ,  planatiofi / behind    the'   recent Shall clay judge clay or did the  story   Attributed   to*   the   late     Potter deem  General! Douglas JMacArthur��� -p,^ none cou!d bhow.    mcre,  10 ^llf^* uhat Wa?l**St0IJ tricious bent  and thef British' sold him out  to the Chinese [Communists by  telling them what he was going to db; next, during theJCor-  ean War.' -,      , ', * * *  Of cctirse the statements attributed to him have come to  light/slice ihe;general's death,  when ne is jnot/here' to defend  himself. Perhaps/ he wtMiid  have a[ different story to tell  eteX-Z .      /  eriarals have! a differ-  Is this the moral state of which  wc dream  The Potter then appears  benevolent  stffeet isomer. [ ���<,,,.  X/X\   Ni��dJess |to! sky i the  b!ullf of them   m  %r|emlif^inspired. It is in faeVb simple matter  at least fort*y such7 organizations :tot  to  to  to  me  all known  rry  ,.1:  1    -'  ���V- **!  "��*',l  .���  : ��.|  =���  *  '.'���J"  \  v.r  ��� :  ..-'��!-  *.,.'���:������ ���  ^  v .���.'������ !  .���ii..-'..  H'.'  -*:rr*��.  tion a score Of pubucatlons,  rStiifsue the/commuhis'l/line. [ I  TJle sad^fact regarding sb many of jthe  Manch supporters 70f|ffttost of these organka-  /iiSrishi* that theybquite sincerely refuse to fee  li^ye! tlierff" to hav*| conimunisiJ affiliations. / ,  if the other side of-the fJnce are equally  fdrtatii^l ^societies: such ai theblohn Birchfe*^,  'h\l'Miregationists ariii the an i-segregationijsts.  "vV/have btheir groups^ such* ai /oice of w^)n]en,  bijija [.hi: bom^ and numerous p ;ace movements,  /all cpnvinced they are dojgoo< eri.      /  I IW e are in fict living! in a new era, an. jage  of niSoA'ements, ai'iKriod^r'^ which everyjone  apPi-ri to have' developed* di ^atprial7propen-  excess zeal land vigotf' being  \jvhat in most cases ar;, futile  causes by Those who feel themselves betler qualified to contror the destiny of the woild^han  its elected representatives, what^cquld I e accomplished if their efforts���'���: Were/ util z >d to  rather/ more  practical  purpose^!/  /M\ communities are openoto constant improvement. There are numerous local projects  dependent on the assistant'of local organiza-  tionsHand service clubs. All Of them would undoubtedly benefit from ^ded help.  Taking the argtintfent ,a little cl>spr to  home, right home, i^would be quite r;vealing  in mai>y cases to.discover thp orderliness of  the homes of our >self appointed saviquis.  Before attempting to branch forth as soap  box Messiahs, would it not be sound policy to  get the home/front in order' t^eforje atlempting  to clean up/7th/iig-bai world With a tooth,  pick. /  OrTdo thc shards prove clay  Were petorly lit     '{  To bear each pregnant woe of  earthly strain  Wer^ unwise choice: alone the  cause bf it  t on things, compared TWpuld seem tiie Potter theo  iary  mortals. ^Although     ^(Xm try again  s is usual^r there with  . in tfte flush of vie-   / .        :  t so many will cheer- C"- OnfeSSlOfial  seuss   their   cabtribu-/ '       h���ir^r��~--  a battle which has end/    y -by Ed Green  ed in jtlhe bitterness of defeat. Kind friend fdrgive if I should  *njat' MacArthur's  long /and     seem to^be  igloriouj    career   shouldVhave Suggestive of a versatility    ,  endjed ta'a sour note in^orea -^e moods wercljut the flight  mu��t Jave been a bitter pill,    #      ^ ^^ 7  ���*---*���ly to6one who had as-���     .     *��� .  the presidency. In a P��baps untouched by sage  an it migrit have been    maturity  expected   that/soji\e    rancor  woitld jdevelop/     ', !   And if my graceless7 pen should  Retajed generals, whether pn     cause your views !  the waning or losing end, are To alter, or your tranquil mind  not  alvays  the   most   reliable     confuse  when   it   comes  to   assessing .,-k���^a ,k^ . . ,.   /.  thbir own role or that of their **?*����.�����>* ragged lines they  contemporaries.  were but writ  And [viewed in this light the By a vasabon-i **b*> wooed the  stateir tents   a!ttribued   to   the    "fickle Muse  /  ��11 Bens��  etates  //  V  /'  /^RpIV a political standpoint,m^st weekly news-/ pected^qi obxiqus, then a responsible newspaper  /    ji p;ipers are non-committal j nd content thprri-   rears its head and speaks out./  selvirs with1 r*eportin^,such*'everts as7they occur .This-wiirbe the policyyqf The Tim^s}ylhere  rathlr than taking siiies^with   >ne party orjan-  oth/r. Sol also does the bettei  type of weekly  avoid ihe} sensationalism which appears,to be a  genera  corded  en to  diers  hindsi  Jl will no doubt be ac-  the usual reception giv-  the opinions of old sol-  with truly remarkable  ht..  order to  neither  trend kith the popular daily p; per. j  I Basic functiqn of a comm mity weekly |s to  will be no question of rabble-fraising in  ple.ase a minute section of the populace,  will there be any question of taking instruction  from an imaginary group of dictators.  A newspaper is'a powerful weapon:which  reefelies  )elhi News-Record)  By way of Pleasure's smile or  Pain's grim frown  My careless pen did jot the  sequence down  Per hance the day may bring a  golden thought  The nighti the aimless babble  of a clown  keep people ,in tbuch with the numerous events    functions efficiektlyprovidingaresponsitle-finger  j'.  /  /  anqihippenirigs in the district, to adi support to  various civic!'' pr6jects, and w len necessary, to  point out shortcomings togethei .with construbtive  crttcismwheln occasion-deman Is.   / j  . I:,-was therefore with c msiderarjle incredulity that two obviously misguided souls whjo on  hearing of a {change of editoriaitstaff before it was  eyei^nnounpced (rjecently, expressed the view| that  / tlte & chelt Peninsula Times/Wc uld in future jprint  /"only that which would"be decid :d by a number of  business people inj ttye area^        . , , j  '. ~    luch lamentable and inde< d ridiculous statements are quite difficult to coi fiprehend, pahicu  lady when, the- implicatfon wis-the "Times was  jexpected to embark upkm a can ipaign of anti ���just"  abqut^verythingjin the commimity.       \/  That a newispaper attemjit to be a^watcb  Ldog.cf the^people a|id be accepted as such  coipnliendabie aiin. A newspa *er in^most  .���'V  -.������;.  %  ��et*Ve|>/vellT in this category but xit should  reaiiaea that a W'tch-dog serve j well as an a  sounler but " "   "     "       /      -  upon a ram;  is a,  cases  be  is1 on the trigger. .The Times intends operating-in  just that way.    /  Mimpte Mes^^ges  "Most people are both'red by  those passages of Scrivt tre they  So not understand; but . . . ihe  passages that bother mt ������tire, tlwse  I dp.understand?. ���- A* drfc] Twain  *)ID you know that-there were six:ways by   yvlich God  inspired hisBible writei;s '..and prophets br^ made:  >Wn his purposes?       .....! , b  The most  direct' way "was "by verbal inspiration  vlhere the entire prophecy was dedicated word for word  as the Law Covenant was to Moses. (Ex. 34:217) Some  were inspired while under the influence oif jnusic as  ANCIAtc blow to-jveekly  rs was contained in no-  dlE resolution submitted to  Federal parliament by  aster General Nicholson,  lis for a drastic increase  a.arm-  faebs eliminatiod ,once! it erhparks  age.  /  /Cqundls, school boards, lOspital boards to-  jgeithfr witlJpraciically all Orga lizations, are com^  prise i of civic-ninded individuals who give up a  trebsndous amo jnt of their tiiiie in order to work  -foi ihe betterrnint ojf the district as a vhole.  Fr3m time to time mistakes lire made wh ch is  quite normal, nibne being perfect, and, generally  speaking, mistakes are in m<frst eases remedied  wper discovered!,       !  Oftertj wheii misguided I ureaucracy j��  sus-  Elisha was when he predicted the outcome  C> Kings 3:15-17) Then we find',Ob^diah  n leans of a'vision of which the whole book  is an example.  Alongside visions we have inspired dreain:  such as that-givfen to Pharoah about the fat  cows. Akin to visions and dreams is the tran ��  trie person is in a-state of deep concentration  like condition. That was the case with Pe  10:11-16  when  he  was  being prepared to  truth to Cornelius. Lasty there is the angeli; interview,  a good example of which is the angel coming to Zecha  riah telling him that he "was to become ths jfather of  John ihe Baptist. (.Luke 1:13).       .,  a baUle.  nipircd by  if Obadiah  at night  and lean  in which  or sleeper] in Acts  pring the  Let this be my excuse for art��  less wrong  In solitudes dim cloisters time  jis long i  So measure not your scribe by  i wordly phase  postal rates for delivery No** judge a c%ed bird except  My newspapers, in an ef-   ,-;by song.x    ''  raise more revenue for   J    __^_ - .! .  lepartnient.    Preliminary   i " -       estimibte of the additional cost     The Denver Post columnist,  Sir!- ntrP^U^ch*af. The ,ick Qui|w. te"��':of a rumor  Delhi    News^Record    indicates lh���. cbn^ nrmn~,~l X  an   ilicreased   postal   cost   of lZ*1 "^Promotow are plan-  about $700:0(*i n"'8 to bu,,d a new B��*lf course  Thd fact isthat most of these ���*etins t6 crtdit ^** touris^.  smaUJ  newspapers    are   hard "*e namc? Cuff Unks!  jpressed to make ends meet as   ; 7  it is, with ^he keen comjpetifion  exisUhg in the other ^fields of  "cbmmunicatiih. yln     weekly  newspaper quarters it is felt  that Ihe post offiee department  is singling them out as a spec*  ial    :arget.    Daily"  newspaper-  are   to receive continued service at the special rates they  now  Of  result  enjoy.  course some benefit might  if delivery is to be im- .  proved and Speeded up. In any  even   it will be an additional  cost Jin the production of yourr  weekly  newspaper  which   will I  have to be passed on to the*  reading public, It has been felt  in thfe past that the preferential $  postal rate was designed more  as a bonus to the reading public than to the publisher, the  purpbse being to be sure that  the f*ublie�� Was informed.      >vb  S_C^m*PENINSUIA7^^  I   Publisbetl Wednesdays  f at Sechelt  *  on B.C.'s Sunshine Coast  / bv 7   -/  Secbelt Peninsula Times Ltda"^  Box 381 -Sechelt, B.C./  ���" /     /  Serving the area-from     /  Port Mellon to Egmont/ * v  {Howe Sound to Jervis InietiX  '   '������ /     /���' /''  Douglas G. Wheeler, Editor'  S.B, Alsgard, Publisher   Iy,,  .: .-'        /     //        / /  Subscription.Rates:    ../ /  (inadvanceV       /   /  1 Year:'S-S Xz Years. $9 /  /3 Y4rs*^'l3  7 / -  US. anil Foreign $5.50  ���/.H  //  -/  //  **./  -/  A /  //  - -*y���-1//7[    /���_  X /
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The Readers RiZgU
Seek
Editor, The
. I Sir—In my
ley as editor c
.-formed her
able   and   in!
Her   frequent
strong   opiniot
yfcrsy
\jvith no
fend. Gritici
to take
it impossible
, I would: like
portunity
and hqpV7thaii:
community
can toler ite
of speed
Shangri-La
job
inevitable.
Dpininjn
•Cote:
p3log
as
Editors
- | Dur a
1|his   repiiat   letter
. yards -wi re l.i>|t
inadverte it!
the context to
Old h6tel
ciated by
larly as
fend; the-
jjtructure
copies o
have bee
jvho  will-
Slight  error
sift:
to tl: hnk
Times/ '/
< (pinion Mrs. Don
I The Times per
in a very cap
elligent   manner
expressions   of
s.   made   contro
Only   people
will never of
is always hare
jbme people fine
io accept/   :
I to take this op
Mrs. Donley
li she will find 2
here . all   people
free expressior
v
tic
—;;ric t. grafb
Fineleature
Editor,/The Times
to readers foi I
—   but   a  few
out last week
which   .changed
some* extent.
—Opinions by! our
1?-
dny.-
Sir—fYo ur   coverage   of
no doubt appre
was
many residents.
j1/perse nallyj thought it  was
an' excellent
I   w
th
1 for
The
feature,   particu-
>*»s  unable  to   at-
burning down of thc
an i    purchased    1-1
in-   edition   which
varded to friends
rempmber  the  build
ing.
Houevejr, I jroilM like to take
the opportunit.* to  point, out 2
n] the   story   as
name/of tbe last-
rs.  Duncan, .not
published.
owner   wis   i
Mrs.  Gn ham
.[- JKeep up thel good work, you
have a fine piper, /
Relighted reader
^WilUrig support
Editor. The Times -/■
I .Sir—On]behalf of Jthe. Sechelt
"Titay bayn committed, 1'wish tc
"ihank   all) who: so   unselfishly
ajuuw^m^mmniMum!
JViALAWHANA
DRIVE-IN
Selma Park
■■_A   "-b* ■/',*  Jy
'compLete family ano
PARiTY MEALS TO (SO
ChVA Con Carrse
Italian Spaghetti I
Try ^our hqmemade
Dougfihuts/,/
#honejB85-227p
/^!open/     b-.
Ura.ni--.to 1 o.m.     /
/
gave   of .their   time
willingly  gave  support
sure    pleasure   and
ment    for   -many
young  and  old  alike
Day, -Monday,  May
So determined was
of the starting few-
catching atmosphere
gulfed most of the vi.
reaching far out into
mounding area. Proof
was evident on the
We have received m&ny
. pu'ments on the success
celebrations   and.
should-be shared by
To the few who did
ticipate    this    year,
' pleased "to learn they
most interested and
committed themselves
participation    next,, ytar.
welcome their. presem e
will lessen the individual
needed to  af more
and so
to en-
mtertain-
i Kindreds,;
on   May
the  will!
that   a :
soon  en-
llage and
the sur-:
of   this
suci
al.
I   - .. 7 '  ..
ON FRIDAY. MAY
at the home of
Pennv Feanev* was
The   bride-elect   ther
her many lovely  gifts
by Mrs. Gail Machom
/gifts   were   opened 'a
Readers
com-
of the
credit
<w
mmy
not par-
re.   are
too are
y have
lo active
We
which
effort
reasonable
Iijvel. ;     *    ?-'     t
An annual celelfeation day is
a j wonderful thing in a small
town where entertainment, is
limited. How else is it possible
tpf get so' much with so little
for so many?
"R./F. BRANCA.
Chairman.
Sechelt May Day-
Committee.
I -      / " ** ■•'"   * '
Vast improvement
EDitor, The Times. .        /    y
Sir—May  I  suggest  that  the.
vast  improvement' in your paper over the  past few  wejeks
is  very much welcomed. _ It  is
a change to pick up the paper
and feel the air of friendliness/
that   one   gets   from   reading'
ybur paper. I am particularly
"pleased    with    the    improved
photography    and    the ysportsf
p^ge which gives us a true loojt
at; what is going on around'the-
P^hinsula.   ;, /
Congratulations -and the .best
off luck on your endeavor. Keep
up the good worfcl and you have
a (steady reader in me.
! ■  ■  7' Z-w: h. peassall.
The Sechelt- Peninsula Times, Wed., May? 27, t964 Page S
I    r^   '7.-7-    ,-
At Sechelt ...
- £
1
New grade 1 reader
; -i        / b b-   - --
explmned to P.TA:- '.,-.-
MORE THAN 40 persons. attending the" Seehelt *1"TA
I meeting ;Iast Thursday heard the -readme; pmcrani
for !gtrade X explained by *Mr. G. Cooper, pnnctpa!   Ik-.
- tails- follow this report. - : —* — -—*—
/Following*7 regular i business
period, Mr.'G. D.'DeSiieki. ed-
/ucational Psychologist/or Pow-
en River school board district",
addressed    members - of „ the
/school  board,  teachers,  repre-
-sentatives of both Pender Harbour and Gibsons PTA's and
interested - parents. !
k After outlining his «ork with
the  scfaooLs.   Mr.   DeShieki   had"    j.^j- c^y.drvs <A l.w svar*.-  *c|e
exptiirino    *j;k*    hc-a:    tvitztil
prc^ram f^r ,-prsd<: I  *t4«H j-
- Editors claim tr.vir t<.-i&<?is
are different from or,*™ $-%
the ernphaas or carh ;.**. dy-
penderscn-in rea-1-.sc Th' i-s ,'!•*
tz, have ;r»de \'t rc~z -^-.cijy
i.zr.or.z. L'>ir^'.-^TC ur.rl-n --fir
tce-r  a;e   fnur< *'   ■
Since it %*2<  L'und thjt  Sotfe-
social nates
his audience divide! rint© four
groups, lime being given each
to prepare <j-ae<tions to be presented for discussion.'
| The - number and I type of
questions- arising ifrom: 7 this
fbuzz**- perk>d made it a most
reading a> *vyll as or e*.f*r: lifter than ti-Sse 2 jear r'ldt.f [1
Arr.cr.ca. as *cU a> rt--^irjd.ri?
tp greater dems.Tfii of <>.-sti.-
l^ry ma-'-t-p-. it nvra- ^Lii-'|s
pur .Trridc \ n-ader*- ;.rc t it
caLUous.  too b-irms  '*>> V-.e pp-
' stimulating and interestins ses-   -p^=- Thc  rJ-.«"  rea<:i.r-  |.n-*.-ft
-r^By Ooreen Crosby
22 a miscellaneous shower was held;
Mrs. \V. Feeney. Bride-elect. .Miss
jthe" guest of.honor. Miss*Feeney was
presented with a pink corsage and seated,in the "bridal
chair which was beautifully decorated- with streamers.
opened ~f~_   ~~"     ~*      ;
son. .-...- --   -    -
rf Mr. DeSfclelds feels that most
parents—wish: to _-help their
children and by their ^co-operation the academic work of the
child improves to a marked
degree.
] Sixth :-year of a child's life
fe a difficult period 'in that it
fc necessary to adja^t.-to beinz
assisted president  of  Xorth   \"ancouver
After all Deanery   chaired   tbe   meeting
. _     .                                   balloon, and members of her exectitive-
/-filled with" confetti wa, popped r^ok   part   in   the   proceedings.
xiver   Miss .Feeney.   She   was fhe    clergy     and     members'
then presented with a 1 at made /agreed it was a very soccess-
from    the.  ribbons ; fi om   "the / fuT- turn oat as well as being an'
j«rar, from
:e  plus  the lit
gifts.
Seventeen g u e s t s
and games were -play
Fred Feeney, assisted
G.   Musgrove/ Mrs.
attended
xi.  Mrs'..-
by Mrs.*.
Clark
G
and"LoueUa Wiebe' served /the    lJ*^ ^^ in Pennant. Sas-
refreshmenLs:   Highliglfr of' the: ..katchewan./
refreshments was a b
decorated.; Angel Fa
centered■■;! with a  bride
BABY7SH0WER        /
On/Friday  evening,
"Mrs/ M.   Randel Was
honor  at a  baby/sho-rer held    long time residents" of Gibsons
at  the home  of'* Mrs.
land.     Baby
naren /
some verj* lovely gift b Of in-    handl had a farewell party for
teresting   note   was   t
eoce    of .four /generations:     relatives gathered together and
great grandmother. Mi
7 Fulton    of    Hopkins
?  grandmother.    M r s.
Karen Randel.
DEANERY MEET
ELPHINSTONE STUDENTS COUNCIL* SPONSOR
/ ! "■'-.-*.-
* MARDf GRASfk
S-Murday, May 30'f -1 p.ni. 1^6jujl
v
'//-
1 /
Anglican WA assembkkl  at SL
Bartholomew's,    Gib«ois,    last
"Tuesday. May 19. Ovcj* TO WA.
members   travelled" fr im   var-"
' ious    points    including    I*owell
River. Sechelt.  Robert;  Creek.7
North    and    West    Y-neouver./"
' Following. the Commuiion ser
vice, Mrs.W. C. Dani<
enjoyable  da%s  ooting-
VISIT   SASKATCHEWAN
'!MrsL'H7FbInglis and dars*rfr,
fei*   Myrna-   are   visiu'ng   Mr*.
Cog. in with school .routine. He
; therefore  favored kindergarten
lor the five-year-olds.;
.  | Speak ing -' at    coasideriW^r
length on I.Q. testing, he  <rAA
~|We .must  encourage, tamrj/zs
to   want   assistance _ jronvAhe
7psychologist _in.  the. area    as
::fiiere is  no-- stigma --,4ttacfced."' -
=this ; old   prejudice^ was   compared lo ifier rcferrinf  to cancer as C.A.
voccbular:.'   ^b:u*.   :**'.:   iy
izin- a^ tJt   ivreytr- old
readers.     * (
. "P.c-r ii-- C't d-; ~z*. f.-'V* ' ie
fvn*-ra!Iy 2—**-*-?*■. ":. r*l,-f tt
c •t-.'j-z.'.- ' '.■ ■' ». *-;• ' -■ H
f^-r^cs be* :v-r ar:>r'.. «-*-. a ri-
- i?^s:zc< il*T.,e- —> n* tyia
it.zdcrs ir. fre*,r.t *-<*       ' \~ .
Se-: ry.ii.T- .km r.3*. r-ir
tr-^-fjT..:;.  t; 'r<   *-ur:f'- '^..\  -j-
C'-^i--    t.-.C-    5;'-r\     l<:.\   Oi     f. ..*'.*
s'.crv cf -T-.t- G'.%'' -r -{-1
"L,;. * a-.i . *C ":'.-*> ^' £"\'
a-%.'.* of ;jle> «i-j:r. ir-'-rc-t Jl
■o^r,:.ti-r5.'       ' ' {
E*.[<--r.c- ^ ti iijcr.e:i if
trad'.- *. h-.it ;:.-«--Ji bt-a,j|^.
ir:^ '. eth'y.'I Wiv-fi as tiftso/*f-t,
<*yt'fci- fat* no'ir. cz oL-lh* *•- fr:
.nn. t! e r "-^ixx: -sar ts/di - *( ft-fi" \t.
rr-ca^jtry r^r.-r
Lhran-  Tie .c%a
I When  & Child's kciooi  -arork - *Vrf.   v-ii,  i;..M*- '*-■ ,*•*>; -V^fA
utifutly;
d* Cake*
/doll.   ■■
May  15
guest of;
INTERIOR   TRIP
7 Mr. and Mrs, E. McDonnald
of  Gibsons   left  on  a   holiday
trip to the  Interior of B.C.
MOVED TO HANEY
Mr.   ami   Mrs.   Len   Coates.
ir. c; i.
jS
S".. llol-    h5ve moveni to Haney. On "Sat-
"received    urday."May -16 Mrs.  W. Wein-
le   pres-    Gladys  and  Len.   Friends   and
s. A   Y. presented   them   with   a - sift-
Landing; Gladys and.TLen were wonder-
F.     W. ful    community    workers    and
Biakenian:    mother,"   Mrs.   M.: they  will  be   missed   by  their
Randel. and special j*i|?sl baby many friends. „
ts     c<->r.sJdored     unsatisfactory.
the   chili   snould   underfo -exr.' -.-*"-ic'. S':M ""*'"'
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..: |The Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wed., May 27, 1964 Pc*jcT  *-*a'  ,**--_���_#  1 .  Serving Gibsons.  J1 oriel area for  b /:/ ��� ���  ov'erji years  Qualify in all Branded  tines at Vancouver Prices  CONTINUOUS DEPENDABLE SERVICE  '  '"I ?' ��� ������  Marine Dr., Gibsons Phone 886-2116  MARSHALL WELLS  -, ���' *    i       /* *  GflBSONS HARDWARE  y  OWNER  'i  SEkXfWG THE AREA FOR  OVER 30 YEARS.  Have you checked prices  on our Flyers?  Marine Drive -1 Gibsons /  Phone 886-2442    -,//  KRUSE DRUG  STORES LTD.  PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTS &  DRUGGISTS *-..-.  Dependability  Integrity  Personal Service  GIBSONS  Phone  88*5-2023  SECHELT  Phone  885-2134  THRiFTIE STORES  '* INDIES' WEAR ,  -���        i.      \    -     .  The Most Complete Ladies' I   -  7   WearlOuffitiirs -  -    / I ' i , t     '  Next to B. o( M- Marme Dnre    I   :  b       Phone 886-9543 -  ; ..-:.�� I- - j .       - ���  : - _ ��� } �� /  THRI^EE-STORES  DRYGOODS    ;  :- 7- j ���"  b    _.  ,/r        : **"  *: YARDGOODS        *k BEDDING  -  _."--- -A- SEWING SUPPLIES  �� "   '        yk SEWtHG ^MACHINES  SIMPSONS SEARS MAIL ORDER  Toll Free!ZEmtfti6��*i2     b  \h  ihp mom  sliijp  s Lodies' Wear  of the well dressed woihiaii  COMPLETE RANGE OF STYLES TO SUIT  FREE  DELIVERY  Gower Pt. Road - Giboons  Phone 886-2563  Em I  EzCO-OP  THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED STORE  X        X. IN GIBSONS  X-  Morine Drive, Gibsons  Meat 886-2412  Groceries 886-2522  ii^firS  ?c&e&  -*    *;  re   t  ;*?.p.  ,  ; '.  n  li  H  ft*    ,  SALE  SlahchSERYICI  REPAIRS OF  Drive  7  ft  ��yso  S��R $NG YOUR AREA  I  A FRANCE-USED PHILIPS DEAtER  /  ALL SMALL APPLIANCES  GIBSONS Phone  886-;  / ii  7  eninsula Plumbing  Ltd.  A COMPLETE LINE OF  PLUMBING SUPPLIES  ���# i'  "N  AND FIXTURE!*  x i ���  Free Estimates  Service?  From/  Port Mellon to Pendei/ Harbour  "/'.     /        ."' ~t     ���    'ii  \ x    Phone 886-9533   7//  ///  <95?  L  y * . z ��� -������  X.      ;        :��� - "'.*b   ---"        ���   '   b   ;"  IShop  1      /      '������/;/-  /                               z-      - - "  ai  -    -b     -   *"                           * !   - -..  : ' *                 .:--.-           "-                       :         / '���--  d/id! Save  Home!  1                                        Z~                                     ''-.���'-.  mmiimmmmmii ltd.  SUCCESSFULLY COMPETING!  AGAINST VANtOyVER PRICES  II- ���,. iiNck isfo   --/;-/-- * j / *.*:  b -:|-14   -/;"   Phone 886^2642  Gibsons; B.C.  f'-.l  &$ c  ommuriJty g  i      5Sfi  ot 6a rs Beave  rowtfi^aria $M  i-  yoc/r ifdeof mereh-^rtf  fic/iff ^rour commcirtify info  0 pleasant place to live.  He pays the heavy tax load,  support local activi- J -  ties and mokes avaif-  ofaf e 0 wide select/on  of^ goods of frurfy  compef if ive prices*  Be sensible give  -  -.���  him *^oor  support  ' ��� *��� *a ** -  X-V/.V'.vV.s  *>��*���.-��*.**."*:  :���.*���."���."���:  .sr?.'��;  i,7/  -.'"*"/���-  he tlisti-ict iweekly 6y way ^if ^>utsiilte  es melveif man Ipo con  tribut  es? so  ^hpppi^g|/Th  gmatl^ t<) its  is retards Hie  ~ -      f  development.  t>:  J  h  1.1*.  b'^  ������;.  :?���  1 i. I ���'  -Page 8 [The Sechelt Peninsula  j.L.'f&S'Tv  Y3*  Times, Wed  Stf  , May 2f, 1964  1  Great; crejiii  -   : to organizers  |*   GENERALY  conceded,  I    of thejxwrturn puts ft  w      ��� -��    yeafsZMay Day of 191  dye  eieDran  i, i  May Queen  MAY dUEEN Marilyn Mac ;enzie with her two attendant}? Eileen Nestman anp Gayle Biljingsley.<  K^S^G*"-  ^���^f?Jg'  is*  NOVEL  Wal  ��"   '.-��*---5 -r ,fc��� rti**c  2nd prize winners  GENERALLY conceded, as one  for some  1964 drew  large Crowds to Sechelt despite  earlierji indications of -&>irie  rain.'  ,    i*  However, fine, weather pre  vailed during the-aftehioon and  organisers, participants and  visitors, were" able ��� toi enjoy to  the utmost the fun apd games  whi^i; earned, on ^ttyrough :o  late afternoon.      j,  Prior" to the parade, judges  were (given a hard time deciding on prize winning floats, tie*  number of,which had increased  considerably this year.  Another -.welcome innovation  this .time was the adiition lo  the 'pariide ,of ' the Resene  school marching girls team ard  the Boys Bugle ' Corps, bolh  groups deserve praise for the r  efforts and it is hoped they will  be seen more of in futuie  years.  The parade I left the resen c  school at approximately i:;o  p.m. led by members of tie  RCMP to Hacket Park where  Councillor Sam Dawe on bo-  half of the Village Chairman  Mrs. A. Johnston expressed his  pleasure at having the privilege of welcoming all ' to the  celebration. -i  Retiring Queen Susan Torolti  handed over her reign of office  to |he new Queen, Marilyn Mae  Past Queens  LAST YEAjRJS Queen Susan Thorald, centre front, sur-  by a bevy of beauty including, left to right,  Queen Dianne McDonald; Past Queens Ann  Roberta 'Johnson, 1956; Judy Braan, 1957;  1961; Leila McDonald, 1959; Sandra Clark,  roundec  Elphinstone  Lang^ 1955 j  Jo Rovilliaiid  1962;  Elois;  DeLong, 1960.  IDEA by Shop Ea.y won second prize in ,tHe   kenrie who in tum crowned trie  king class. This was but one if a number of   Indian Pnhcess  I^onora Paul,^  *\*J?~c  i���  *u,���  ���^~>r   ���~,.aAa       " i       **'*ho was escorted by Chief Al-  ,       Smart ma ching,girls ,       g .. ��� r .,��� _  RESERVE ^CHOOL march ng girls cud a sniart iictijre   by all, .yoijng, and 6U al!  and were a welcome addition to this year's parade,    , FIoaty"*r-nners  f$*-e- !  by  fred August, withi attendants  Beverly August and Audrey  Joe  Ed Surtees was kept bu>>y us  pacafle marshal! and Charl e  Gregory of the Lions Club earned <{utrhis duties as masti r  of ceremonies in profession! fashion, keeping tilings moving  during the entire afternoon  5 Scout Master Frank Newton  and his group of scouts took  up- posts throughout' the park  while May Queen Marilyn presented cups to parade winners.  Rasges were run by the >oun|-  sters, Lions members operated  carousels for the very young  and vartous__games for the  more elderly  A   service   tent  for  ffiothejts  was    operated    by    the    Gi  Gujdes and the PTA had a fif  pond     An   exhibition   on    tlj  trampoline   was   given   by    a  Port   Mellon   group  known  :is  the ���'Zantolas" crew, and dining the proceeding^ music was  provided by a Vani?oi*.ver vffiTzA  cal group.  Queens banquet was beld^tln  the evening in St. jAidan's Hi 1  followed by ,a dance at the legion hall  Chairman. R. F; j Branca ahd  his coipmittee werpyyery wor  thy of the- numerous congratulations   they,  received  on   the  ' success,ofj this year'sparade  there is; little" doubt jit was a a  enormous puccelss land enjoyep  alike,  as   fo  Bugle Band  ANOTHER | POPULAR group was the Reserve School  boys bugle band-and a most efficient performance  they put up.. They deserved all the applause - they -re-  cei\ ed  and were a welcome addition to, th is year's parade,        rl    .���.;.*��������-�� ���*-%��* :-.**>_  /It is'ho led t^is will be one of many, futhre appearances.      commercial:. 1st   Red  5,      ' , i     ���- ����� ���" ' -j-"1 f*'V ��� ���������"'����������� �����������������* J.-j white Store;  2nd, 'Crest E  t V '      ***"���"      i*      ?    i      '/        *��������   *J tri^ organizations: jst Hosp  *���  ^   y, ."���     '    1       ;   '*��� .,       "' ' -J^'i f -a -   I Auxiliary;     2nd,    Rebek  '<'���."-.       ��       -**  '>      ' J,       v1-  "   .l      ��� ���*.}'.    �� Lodse.   Sechelt   Rod   and   <  Lions- Rourtd-a-bout  ! _ --UP of eager youngsters kept mem-  4 bers of the Lions Club busy] with their round-a-bout.'  1,his and other equipment was! recently purchased by  the/Lions and is operated by them here, for the first  :time. |  ; ��� ,'    Z      "     '  .'  -      .   I  NO PARADE SEEMS to bo  and here theyAare as usual bidding  'color and beauty to the pre ceedings  lows  . anil  Elec  Hospital  ah  Lodge.   Sechelt   Rod   and   Gun  club received  honorable   men  Hon for it's safety float  * Private: 1st Indian float; 2nd  "Sechelt  Be'-Bop; ^Bicycles  an<^  wagons,   1st,   Margaret   Gory  2nd, David .Bidiuk;  3rd .Daviijl  Lamb;     walking,   .1st    Phiii]>  Hicks;   2nd,  Shop  Easy. ,  kludges vyho did such an excellent job were Mr. and Mrs,  Fred Feeney of Gibsons. \  Flower   girls:   Pretty  flower  girls    were,    Sechelt,    Kathie  Grafe,  E 1 e a nor lonneberg, )��---;  Vicki Fearnley arid Lynn Oike  .   ,      _ , ,        Gift  bearer was  Billy  Frigon, 'j  M  complete \|lthout the Jobies*   DaVis   Bay;    Karen f Spencer,1. ARRIVAL  quite a splash Of    Kathie Moorcroft,  Betty Hum-/ Indian  i Scouts on parade  AT ALL parades, the scouts under the com-  f Frank NeWton turn off the highway to the  Mackett P&jk approach.  phrey and Sandra iWood  *X?a��s ��?ra"r-!_l   '  L-"**^**-**!'���***''r *  \ Indian float    7  OF Hndiaii7 Princess  Leonora  aboard  the  f[oat\w��s/^nother welcome addition to this  P  a  BSS 1  /  I      ��� *   - -  The Sechelt Peninsulo Times, Wed., Moy 27, 1964 Page 9  "j l !i ' ���***  Rduad about the town.  case  local  Wd:  ���By Ed Greenl_  la * * -      /   ' *"  OLD SAYING, "Never count your chickens before  they're hatched," is trite but true especially when  you know less than nothing about them. This was the  - ~ with a former local character who burst into the  refreshment parlor, rushed over to our table and  "Drink up, boys;  they're all  tn mo."  This! astonishing announce-  lent by an expert fumbler  [when it came to settling,for  ja| round of ale found no flfifu-  ���sals. | - .      -  "Go- on," the -liberal. one  aressed. "Drink up; drink all  you want before the truck gets  here kith all my chickens on  K"   i    -      .   J"    .  I Such  largesse  could  not  bc  Ignored so we did fuh> justice  attract small secondary industries? there have been a few  here, but they either moved  away or failed. Why"? The reasons are many and varied.  Some say we are too isolated  in the sense that transportation is too difficult, connections,  etc. Others say there is not  enough local support.-Whatever  the reasons' the fact remains  there is a -'great potential here  for what is called "back room.  industries**  such as ceramics.  i"A *)v  ,-*.* ���*;**.*���.  * t'vt  i'��*." ���.  .* ^.^ "    ^l? I'* ��� .^fr *   lb,-*, ��� i*<  "l*2v *br*'^'Vi- Av ;:���';���  ��� ���*��� -1  ***.*!   ��� JJ5' .I"-** ������ V.vi--        v-      .SV*-i     .    ������,��*.��������i \ '     *: ���*-  �����** -.:."\ {A'V4*'*+'.' --���*���,**- - ��� ;*- - .  ��� * i*  '. i  :  !���-���  {  ' t:  ��  ������'���-        "- *       * . ���* ������ ***        ._ ��� * ���  *����  -*��� .*  I.M.- 4h^MT .*& ani*  to this rareoccasion. We made -weaving,   etc.   Make   no  mis-  the appropriate expressions of  thanks and told him how smart  he was and he reciprocated by  urging us to drink more so we  would be in the proper frameof  mind when, his chickens ar*  rived j  Questioning revealed the fact  that : ie had made a deal with  a gyppo logging operator to  take care of two thousand  chick ;ns. The operator was to  furnii h the feed skad in return  for 1�� bor and watchful eye bur  boy \ fas to get all'the eggs and  a chi:ken in the; pot every Sunday if he Wanted it. There was  nothing to'it^ he said: just toss  them a' handful of grain now  and again and they would look  after themselves. He would  makij a nice���easy living off  [then-  some  him  take there are some experts -in  these: crafts, on this Peninsula-  One of these days a bright,boy  is going-to bring them all together under the heading. "As-  . Modern (store  OPENING OF  the  new  Pender  Harbour  Store  was  marked with tremendous response. Local men Frank  Harding and Clint Anderson,? who themselves built the  store, had every reason to_be pleased with the success  Pender HarBoiir  slore opens :   /  sociated c^ts^anoTfaaridie the   of their venture and look forward to a long term of   TEN**, weeks cf hard ��ork~arJ  entire   output,;  Don't   forget,,  serving the public. j * ? *   JTSff^J^, TJ!^  Davis Ottawa Diary  . ���  ..  Jolly^ Jumper got  away from-  the Peninsula-and it is now a  thriving industry.  ��   ��   * .  There are many kindly souls  in our area;, always willing to  help or offer sound advice. I  am reminded^ of this by the  fact that one of our local stores  was running a contest of one  sort or  another  and  when  I  week with the opening of a new  modem food store in Madeira  Park which appears to have  received immediate actiptancc  by the .public. -   I ' I.  . Operators. Frank JTafdin*  and Clint "Anderson haire Jbolh  had   extetsave   exp*ri^-ct  nv  - *      XX t By iock Daris* M.P.  THE STAGE HAS now been set for the most crucial     .... .  series of trade negotiations in history. Delegations basiness and *re welt; iio��m  from Canada, the United States, Western Europe and residents of th* Madeira park    some sixty other countries are now getting down to work arca- Frank has lived7 in tha  askk'theTady at the chectout   at-Geneva. The first "Kennedy Round" is underlay. distn'ct  ^  m^   yea^       "  counter about it f ended with.   Within 12 months some of the more serious obstacles  "Ami,  i suppose, if you get - to world trade could be removed..  ten thousand coupons you will       The general ?im of this globe   i *���'   win a left-handed frying pan."  An" old lady behind, reminiscent of the crumpets and tea  set tapped me on the shoulder  and said, so sweetly, "Pardon  me, young man, there are no  left handed frying pans. You  can  use   either  hand.*7   Well.  He7 was now spending  of the money given to  to buy feed/but be would  put hem out to scratch and.  soon make up for it. He insisted we *" drink up.'  We were beginning to see two ^      _^^  of eyerytMng when-a trucker   ^"e aUttie, take a little you  came, in and advised our bene-    learn something every day/  factor that;he had a- toad of     " *   ��  ���  chickens for him. We finished who knows about the mass  our 7 drinks and ordered an- execution of ants. Never mind  other round and went outside telling me to catch one, place  just in time to see our hero jf- on an zm^ a^ pound it  throw both hands in the _air���with a slwige hammer for  ahd hear him uttering sounds    twenty minutes! When we have  g i r d-11 n g . conference is an  across-the-board tariff cut of  SO per cent. Passage of President Kennedy's Trade Expansion act is 1962 made it possible insofar as the-United States  is concerned. Other countries,  negotiating with the U.S. therefore have  greater freedom of  prevailini  ivrhere  the  US tariff is  much  -higher   than   those  ielsewfeere.  I   Canada "and the US have re-  !solved   most   of   th��ir   differ-,  fences;   They   were  bamniered-  |out   at   a   Cabinet   Minister's  {meeting* in.   Ottawa   recently.  action than was .formerly the  I?"5 J1^ **?y^ f^^f  czse i iCanadas  need   to   expand  its  Caiada, according to Trade J��^rtf^. We agreed not to  Minister Mitchell Sharp, will J^f * ^'r^S^1*.t V*?? ��  begin its negotiations by offer-  i<xtt3m fidds* Tte ^^ " ��taI  ing    concessions    which'   are  equivalent in value to the eco-  f unhappy about our success in  I selling yautomobfles and  parti.  tor nine years" | and  dint is a long-time resident, of  13 years.   \      - *- j    /.  Enthused vith the continued'  growth of the district. *thcy  came to the conclusion {another  stare would prove a *r.-etpon*c  addition. From the ^lapsing  sUge they quickly prfgrtssed  with construction -whtebf between them vhh tittle additional help was completed in  ten weeks.  Food * products are supplied  by Kelly pooflas who' sent in  experts tn help in ^stocking ar-  rangKneEter Combined force*  consequently resulted in an attractively 'laid out store which  gained  praise  from-tbe  many  r ;  ,'-���  *  \:  TO^rb^ts'^fai^rr^rt iWe   ���� 0K��sed to  the  u.S. - ��^e^/l�� .toned  up  fof  non^DeiKnu w-nira we expect  Jrestrictions   against   oar   lead    the opening. ;  to   receive  m  return.   Having- t'"^"-^"* n~f'uua'- -r"*   f^*" i f  classed att our firms. Can- 1^?^^����^  wboIe   ada wffl be-submitting a pos^ ? p^^ Md.the L-s: ^ W*  Uve list of commodities. This Ito Ge^v* m a sPmt of bar"  list will be laid oa tbe negotia- j moQ5'- -  .               ing   table   on.   SeiJtembra-   10 f    Fears   has*e_Jbeen  expressed  Wl*y does the Peninsula pot    avaU bat still they  come,  in    when  the  initial exchange  of | in some quarters that France,    Slte car--'  with  and words not used in pleasing  society/Those crates, on the  truck . contained chickens all  right but they were not very  old���five, days to be exact  settled the ant quegion well  go onto spiders,- those enormous  daddy-long-tegs type that tra-  xe). faster than you can get to  lemy_We have- tried various  poisons   and   sprays   to   little  Supermarket clerfc - l<3adin<;  housewife's compact .car:  **Y<xnr ecboomy-size ^rocetie*$  won't   Ct j into   your  ecot~3tny>  ,    *  l   .  Ideality Sdlon  Sechdt  Evel-yn Hayes  .-������-.. Above Post Office      ���  Cutting and Styling ,  [Tuesday to Saturday 9-5  "Your Stairway To  Hair Beauty"'  Phune 885-9S25  common with many homes  .around here and otherwise. We  are not immune. They come in.  assorted sizes. There must be  something to do them oo good;  short   of 'burning   the   house  down. -  *   *   ��  This should tell us something.  A detective agency's long  history shows that 70,000 wives  asked their help, in locating  their missing husbands but during the same period only 15.  husbands asked them, to find  "their wives.  is   scheduled   to  offers  place.  The downward negotiations  of industrial tariffs, to say  nothing of agriculture, wBl be  extraordinarily complex.  It is  take j for example, had go serious Interest in these negotiations.  This suspicion has been laid  at rest by that country's initial statements at the -negotiations   themselves.   Apparent-  ZEPHYR MOTORS LTD,  are pleased to -  appoint  ERNEST R. (Ernie)  feLton  as representative  to the*|Sechelt   /  Peninsula  for New and Used  Car and Truck Sales  CALL COLLECT  Bus. TR. 2-7411  Res. YU. 5-3321  MERCURY! -  METEOR  COMET.  BRITISH FORD  difficult to make an across-the/ ly France, and the other Corn-  board, reduction when there f mon Market-countries, are go-  are great, discrepancies in tar- f ing to be hard bargainers. Bar-  iff levels between one country I gain they will but the net re-  and " the next. The United j suit, prompted by President  States is facing lip^ to tins | Kennedy's ideas for expansion  dilemm**- It has agreed thatf will undoubtedly; be a redac-  the Common Market countries j tioa in some of the more, for-  need only reduce industrial du-1 midable ._ barriers - to worid  ties  by--25 per cent in cases f, trade.  John Hind-Smith  Refrigeration  PORT MEU.OH  TO mi$t% KAREOUR  Phone 834*2231  frem 9 mM. t�� S:3C!pj��i.  Re*. tS^-9949  /x  OUR  SHELVES ARE STOCKED WITH  FRANK HARDING and CUNT ANDERSON j  Wish to Thank Their Customers For Their WotideHut  Response During The First Week Of Operation     j  I In The New Store.  Featuring Prime Meats  PENDER HARBOUR STORE  MADEIRA PARK  *\  I  I 7  ...���  /  ;l.  T*  ',/  il:  ���i:  ���\ ���^|^^i "V"   t^v^^^."-T ���-. ^-7^-^-^-i''>e(i!SS^5��>8e^^'i-^r- -i'^'r^4r^to��lK*'-M^->*-''i-  BARRY  McDONALD started the game for Sechelt on  Sun lay at Hackett Park  batters to face him. A soft  ing for Pender.       '    o  Mike Foley started for Pender and Brian Furaya started  the inhing with a single to  short -making it toy first, he  then stole ��� second. The , next  ��� two\batlers were walked and  the bases were loaded leaving  'Mike in a bad position- for the  iirst ihningT-Mike struck out  the next three batters, to face  him and Sechelt was left with  -the- basis loaded ancf three  down, j   . ��3S .    '  The jnext inning was a real  hard Hick case/ for Pender as  they seemed to have ho trouble  bloading   he bases, b\it try to  ! get any liome and they couldn't  -seem tio get the proper combi-  ! nation:.! Varied walks^ hits and  ���errors (provided a mOst mixed  ���up iimirg  and one fman  was  I called pi t at home, but no ruins  ^were scored.   \ j  The bottom of the ^hlrd prov-  red a gocd innirig for jSechelt as  ithe first man was \yalked and  an error on the\ third baseman  fallowed another! batter to advance to first .1 Thej next two  "hatters struck but. The next  batter \sas. hit with,a pitched  "ball, ani I : from I here on in  things!didn't go to wbfl for.the  Tender nine. Their' catcher,  "Barry   Fenn,   missed  the  next  ..pitch ani Jim Eldred managed  , it, home1 on this error  the"~ first  run >of ' the  He- struck out the first two  hit to short ended the inn-  x*-  i  i  4  pitched   ball   and-* the  man  walked  forcing  The next batter struck  this ended it for Se-  '.tp; make  'goring'  -game.ilfhe next batter was hit  with   a  followin  a^run-ift  out and  -cftelt. iTliey had made two runs.  b;'Pende* managed/again to fill  ���the ba*es and 1 young Barby  ;Rcid stt de srfcond for his first  stolen bnse of the,season. With  a matron first.! and third a  sharp' hop was*'hit to Brad  Bowser on short' and he made  tthe plaj- to Home and the run-  Tier was called out ending the  '/  I  inning for PenderJ  Pender -made several good  infield plays and Sechelt  couldn't seem to do well in  this inning. A natural double  play with the ball being' hit  sharply to second and the runner being, caught off base gave'  Pender the edge in this inning. The nexl batter hit a sharp  hop to short and was called out  on first.  . Two hits and three errors _  got the Sechelt gang on base '  in the next half, but Pender.  came up wi h .some good infield plays and Sechelt couldn't ���  get too far in this inning.   'v  Two men valked in the first  half of the ne rt inning and Brad  Bowser cam; up with a /hot  one,to third base loading the  bases, with tJK> out Mike Foley  muffed a sho ft hit to the pitchers mound arid the man from  third managid to make home.  The next man was walked, forcing in another run making it  four to nothing for Sechelt.  Mike Foley h*ade a nice save  by crawling overf his team in  the dugout' "jo mjake a lovely  catch of a foul-iball that appeared  to  be  out of  play.  Pender managed two hits in  the next half, one on an error  on the secomjl baseman who got  the sun in his eyes, and lost  the ball, he j made up for this  by catching j the next fly and  making it three dij>wn for Pender boys.     |  Sechelt   loaded jthe   bases  again in the next half but\Mike  up \yitfa a lovely  m a fly ball, catch-  *! ' *P ?  I     Si*      -*B!a%d       l~fr, I     Sf  I*.  -<���* *v*:Hibv~   �� -,  BL* <�� -   . t.i.*i -yr-.-' - .1  A  3��  ��&,  V<,  *4  p a<x*' ���^-^��-tvM,;��\*A.yl/  *J* -*��� >**' *       - ���   .  ft"  ** Barter up  DENNIS HALL of the sicfielt team  at the plate, the  Dennis taking a* walk  count went to 3-2.  fojiifst.  ght  field.   Brad   Bowser   cau  hot Texas Leaguer hit hard to  short ending the inning foj* Pep  der.  Sechelt got two men oh base  in the next half and a lojng'hlt  to left field advanced a man 10  third, but- the! man on third  under estimated the arm of tie  Pender catcher fls he took J a  long lead off,; iand was .picked  off by thp Pcndfed catcher, who  showed a terrific- arm by la c-  ing ^own! to third base dead'on.  This  cheltj  Foley  came  ���play to first  ended things again for Se-!  Young Darby, hit a single.  ing the  map on first,  and it  was then re  ching  the   man  running  from  third, who ������  ing it three  a'   left field  i, the ne*;t half and  Mike Fol^y came up with the  first homer in Hackett. Park  this seaso|n, a long one to cen-  tied things up. Ron  tre, .which  Baba   then  in  .-   t  ���3r? 3#"i/ *%>*?--  0^   -^m^*.^  %V*  ^-*��  kj^gj^-j, .*"f*�����  !^fcV��w  xtjakes his position  and ended with  news  came, iri   for   Mc-  strike  outs   and   a  which  he  pegged  to  Donald.  Pejnder got ���'two more  hits   but   ��:aba   buckled   down  and got   :h|lng3 going .his way  with   two  grounder  first for ^hree down  Sechelt got two-men on in  the next half and Brad Bowser cami/up with a sharp  single to left ending the game  MAY /has been a month of  bowling banquets with the  Gibsons Mixed "B-" league  holding a banquet Saturday,  May 9 and the Iladies Coffee  League Friday \ May 15.  Tiie/ teachers' league held  their event Saturday, May 23  and the Gibsons' Mixed "A"  Commercial League V^ombined  forces! with a ��� banquet ond  dance; held, in the; Gibsons  school halL Members enjoyed  an  excellent   smorgasbord.  Here at Gibsoos wc have a  bowling, trophy* known as the  Connor   Trophy.    This    trophy  Final scojrtj of the ;game  vv^as    was -l&^n/by    Mr;    Connor  ���seejwge 12  -**~s.->  p t       *���  X. r-k}?,  the coach  thefGibsons Legion team. Lome is pictured  ��� ��� ���- ���.,_ , r  -,-, the art1 df handling the ball'. Men like.this and  yothers who take time- for the boy's are too few and far-betwejen-and it is nice to know  that Ihe-.Peninjsula has njen like'thps| to take time out to t^achtheboys.  MiWIi   f] Hill-1  Player of the Week!  MIKEi FOLEY receive^ bill ffdm Ray Nestm'an of the t  Stchelt Pedinsiila Timss for his first class playing  in thd Sunday game. Mife ^pitched :th*i entire game for  Pender and was also the b gjbatl for the team hitting the  :first homer in iHadkett iP^rfc anil ithe1! second -homer of  the season, a title he holds all by hips^lf.  immmmmwiiimNim ��mHimautim  ti^mmm-immi  ti  ^itfa separsfe  '  riHzei*  !ie Speaker Csfeinet  Just Ifffee Mew ��� Suitable "Chtjrchy etc. ���  - .   Willloccept test ^asl#isffer  h  few? pointers en  A $onfplet$ mrtim *  INC  1  CARRYING  vrm  wil^l bring '-ti ���*"*  Five Seaplanes To Serve You  UDING THE BfG HUS^Y, CAPABLE OF  j-���  N ^ASSIWGERS OR  mcmGo  +-'  ���,-  OFFICl:  -.*iab%al!,.^  r.-��i��  tfs*"'  ^ y OUR SECHELT X^PtCm  *moderir r a03&rf-^q^*figp*|recl aifcrs.fi to you  *iif- *&m&* ��� / I  Ga ModZmt-��* ��� Go Tyee f  I  JNWHE mWY-m SEeHELT BUSJDEPG^r  it  f��� f-     S/^U-j -as*  people places & things  stoned /wall  of" the pool -out-   The Sechelt Penmntl- Times, Wed., May 27,1964 Page It  line. The entire'pool is formed       * _.- 4      ���-    ., ���   .  -By Rosy cmd Alex Simpkins  with - steel bars/ **". *V or  *��", which are placed at six-  teen-inch intervals In both directions making a pattern ef  The   initial   pour   of  Wilson Creek notes  1 ���By Mabel Wegman  % - " �� '      * I"  "f��ir/. m���r frianHc \r, me,. wn*Xi, �����^ r*t,���^r^.X^ r**.~^h-    "�� aone  "^ one  w. ^  ***��   FRIDAY. M\Y 29. is the date set for our month!? cof-  W���  r^X^ *:&- ^<* <*-** P<��U^ve   0 a.m. to 1 p.m. Cold drinks, hot-dogs; and" do-mjts!oa  Sfifi? ^r^11^^3^^1' ^ VieWS from QgjtoggPg   ly it Vol. not be difficult to   ^p of coUeel Enjov youf noon-time coffee break W  roads;   many   public   beaches,     ��� : : :���*-^���     place   the   concrete   with   the _ J -   ^     - . *?  PEOPLE FROM the city get a keen delight from things   *w*xes.  I-which we residents take for granted. We suggest you   ���acxf    s?ould ~"r ^ and  fce -yourfriends to see: Wilson and Chapmln Creek   te done  m onfi  day*  "  ����  ..jtnrfalls   thf�� airrmrt. PnrnnijRA Rav  flln'c Tm**? .Sflwpf  c4  1'  1  1  3  many public beaches,  some well Judden. Randolph's  lake and its thousands of -wild  "jij-ds; the deserted! orchard and!  farm- which is* a j drained and  reclaimed lake in( the Roberts  Creek forest above' the power  line. Wild strawberries, roses  and: broom, flowering in Davis  BJayr Ad infinitum.  X~ 7. * . ��'*-'-'. ���   - "'    :  iWe sat munching due lunches;  and a ffcw raw oysters picked  off the rocks below. Something  moved. When it stood still it  Was- the���exact jrolor- of the  rtfCks, mud r and shadows. Now  ill was clearly a racoon. He  saw us to j and showed no  fear. - He /looked    at    a-  few  steam laundry. Our only such  is Peninsula Cleaners in Gibsons which Mr-_Karryt Mitroy  and I built- We think it is more  attractive than any liquor store.  "However^ - in the eyes of : the  thirsty fishermen and loggers.  5Cr. Green's mausoleum wifl be_  a place of rare beaut}'.   -  How to_ build a swimming  pooJr^Sloping ground is necessary to achieve naturaf drainage; First,, a bulldozer makes  the hole. It/should be cucumber or pear shaped, at least  thirty feet long, with all writers rounded." 0 ne end" should  clams but mostly picked up the _be about eight feet deep, the  yjrHing shrimps living' in the  ���mud, - washed them, and ate  tjiem. The tide was very low.  lie turned; over - rocks and  jjicked up baby crab&^_Seemed  to get quits a kick out of getting, them down. He disappeared alojig the bejjeh. Later he  came back and! begged for  food. He took scraps of bread  with his paw; a jtiny dark wi-  lEeaed hand reaching out for  food. The beach (is - ��� a land of  plenty but this fellow's appetite was never; satisfied. !  '!        :      *' *  fe. .  other no more than threeTeet.  Put a man in the hole for about  a week. With a shovel and  stones he will give the pool its  initial shaping. - Lumber, and-  plywood can be used also 7 if  necessary. The deep end is  .normally left open for the -construction bf a filter house,  which is on top of the filter  piping and Use drainage "pipe  and valve. This filter house  caa be- built of blacks or reinforced concrete, but the pool  re-inlbrcing must be wrapped  acrcss~its  fac?  just as  if-it  hack cf-a-:shovel. If walls are  too vertical it might be {necessary to" get qunite equipment  which sprays on cemeni, sand  and jvafer from a pressurized  nozzle. This method increases  cementing costs. Also, aggregate with gravel included makes stronger concrete with less  cement. A mix; of gravel and  sand, five shovels, and cement,  one soved shduH suffice - for  the rough pour.  After that several finish coats  with three to one tine sand and.  . cement or four to one course  sand and cement will do the  job. If wall is too vertical it  is permissabte, but not recommended, to add ten percent  slaked, lime to the sand mixes-  Total thickness of concrete will  be 6"; to 8" in the bottom and  edges-^ 2" to 3" at the top  edge.7 Steel re-inforcing rods  must be embedded a minimum  of one inch, in the rough pour.  Any ! underwater lights, or  foundation bolts for ladder or  diving board, and overflow  pipe should be installed before  cement work is finished- Staps--  at the shallow end are usually  built of blocks afterwards-  Proper pool paint can be purchased   to   provide   the   final  lunch with-us^ Everyone is welcome. /  ARRIVED HOME  1 Hr. and Hrs. Kenn��h Pearson have their son. LA&. Douglas Wayne Baird. home -for a  month, after three years ser-  viec.overseas in the RCAF. He  has been in the RCAf* for six  years-sow ami finds it very interesting and enjoyable. He  i-ill return for duty at Cold  Lake. Alberta/  jGUEST SPEAKER  i The COS ol the Saint John's  t'C was pleased to have;Miss  Fannie Grant of Gibsons.  ipeak to them May IS. *oc the  way their VOA' operates.* She  compared" oar group to one  bf their units and gave us  helpful, information on books -  and aids to broaden eur knowledge of church - work.  ���f We wculd like alb members.  fo attend our Jane" S meetins  is" several 'business matters  ivere���j*35tpoaed in. order to  make time-for oar s|>eaker.  J Refreshments were served  following'   the * meeting.  HOLIDAY  VISITORS  I 'Jlr.   and   ilrs:   Glen   SfcDos-  ald and family had a race visit  from    their   son   Donald    and  dau^hter-ia-la*". .- J^-Armi    iud :  'her sister from VaneouT��ir_ ^'cr*"  the hoBday ! weekend.      j_   |  Mr. and Mrs. Staa TyijsISrr  had-risitoi�� over the  i^tlktay.  Their daubster Irene and *��os-  is-law.   B-zd   McDonald- cstr.e'  from Vaacciiver, '    .-  Mr. "ajaif Mr*��.   IL" tsi*rts  have  left ok a "trip t3 jPestic-  toa where they arc- nsttitz-' aoa-  Les a��i family. : f  Mrs_.   Bert! Lyraer.  of   VO-Ae  Eock.   recsitly   spent   a   ie* ���  caj-s at toe tome of Frftn agi  AHen   Jac'ason - and   her _v��o  graitisess. ;Ste*.-e��   a ad   D<*j��n.  PilW RESfOEMTS^  Sir. asi j Sirs. Fred IVat^on  arsi Mr. aad Mrsr^a��9e Watson have rsored irefm Vaaccu-  ver to their cev. - feme at  Davis   Bay.  "Key ' remarifci  this .  .was  a  lovely district afid plan  to   reside there-.   A   wrlosrse.  'g-aes out to our new7 ncphburs**  Mir: tc **-tf?- v-fwrn-i pamt- =-;  i��z- cf rk��S-: "AlA I ��**d wa* ,  iaal..sh3 boks .li^ tu.e "ku"-l ol ":  wee:; ��.fci wcafd" hs- iasf en r  the bad��itf*   -      :    * ;"   I  were part of the dirt of cobble- -  finish job.  In. Your  ���i Mr. Ed Green'$ wTitings are  enjoyed  by  afir J Under Steam  Laundo* he says] There are a  few;   more   questions-"!   would  tike answers to'.i ���       "    /.  I Question  one: jwby  did  the  fcommission-   ignqre   a j- vacant  istofe^ hear Post lOffice**! *  !  Answer: It is too small   Not  jlhat the: people in Sechelt are  istich  heavy i drinkers   but  this    .-   .       . . , .     _,, .      .       _���_-  central location   especiaUy   .it-is time to do something about it. The pots that w ere  with   the   hoped-for   break-   'put away in Januar>* can be put in a bucket ei water  Svater, will serv^ a wide area   and kept watered. The top few inches of the plants  ' _ ;       ���-By-your gardener���- The Old Rake  IT IS RATHER early to be thinking about Christmas,  but if %ve want to have Poinsettias blooming by then  "from    California!    to    Alaska;  jbearingin  mind that  we  are  to/the coast ocean'highway.  !   Qyestion   two:    What   archir  Itecjr designed the new-mausoleum, oh Inlet Ave.?  - ���'-.   *  j"  Answer/it came to me on a  lsheet   of   paper.   I   added   the.  ! lintcrf   blocks   over  the   doors  | and . wifedows.   Mr. - Porter  re-  | quested", the   insertion   of  dia-  imcind blocks at the front. TMr.  which will'probably b2 dead,  can be cut. off. In a few weeks  the new grq^s^h will be large  .enough   to  turn   into   cuttings.  These are taken in the osuai  [way and when rooted are /pointed   up  into  three   inch   pots.  .After   being   ail month   or. six  weeks in" thes<f. pots, they can  be- repotted into 'six-inch pots,  using three plants to each six  inch  pot.   If  these areto   be  iCauvin added ihe/riBs around!- grown in thetoase you should  ! the ' top.   If  we   cat/get. our .try  as  nearly  as   possible   to  ! handsome policemen to stand in- approximate greenhouse condi-  : front  in  their  red, jackets^we: tions.- ^To   do   this   the   leaves  ! think the tourists will like-the; shouldi be  sprayed^ daily ivtth  bvliole effect.   Mr.  Green .^ays aired   water   and   or   the   pot  the building looks more UEE-a stood on a tray of damp; gra-  I  an important Announcement  PROM/^  SMM0NS4E&RS LIMITED b  //        MAIL ORDER j  -- . ���-..--'.  -'���''���     .'���- ��� - - - "*"_!  Weare pleased to announce that in order to pro\s'de  faster, more efficient service for Gibsons and Dis-  : trict residents,  WE OPENED A   \  CATALOGUE SALES AGEJ^Y  -tm FRIDAY/ ffiHTSSi, 19&4  Mr. Sam Fladago* ��: our AgenFand the Agency  located in the ^  THRKTEE 3RYGOODS b  Now you wiU be able to place all your catalogue  orders, pick up parcels, open new accounts, make  payments, deal with returns, adjustments and service right here in  Gibsons.  We look-forward to senring you in our new*gency.  Simpsons-Sears Limited  Phone - Gibsons 886-2252.  iel- From- the middle of November on the plants should.  have no more than six hours of  light per day to ensure that  they will bloom for Christmas!  rTfae   Aphelendra   is   another  plant    that    is    becoming    increasingly,   popular   as   a   gift  plant and is handled much like jf|  the Poinsettia except that the }  resting period is  much  short- I  er.  They  should  be  cut  back |  to within an inch of  the  soil f  in   February   and.   repotted   irri  March.   Cuttings   can   also, be  taken as they* appear and potted  into three  inch  pots   and  from there  to four ineh ones  to remain there.  In the - flower border, the  primroses". and poiyanthas will  be past their best- They should  be* lifted and moved to a  shady spot to remain there till  Fair, when they can be split  up and set out" to "bloom agaia.  The roots should - be dusted  with DDT or Chlordane to keep  the weevil under eontroL  The Spring .flowering bulbs f  when they are finished need |  some attention; Tulips that J  have been in one place for f  three years or more, should f  be lifted and heeied c ia al  spare corner. In July when the j  tops part easily from the bulbs;  they car be lifte* assd dearteiL I  du^ed mid stored until plant-1  ing time- Daffodils azsd Xarcis-:  sus can be treated the same;  way excepi/^rii^ the presecoel  cf the NarcissiB Fly is suspect-J  ed. then it is -wise to dig them |  up even after one year so they?  can be dusted properly before!  replanting. -    - I  The tmaller bulbs can safe-j  ly remain in the same~TJlacei  for years or until they mni_E^|  so much that they get too tbicBd  Scillas in particular maltiplr!  rapidly and .should be lifted and.  thinned out occasionally.  - I  1  USE   TIMES   CLASSIFIED  FOR  QUICK  RESULTS  > - " ���  ��� ���  '    . *    ;  ���     "l  ���   .<   .  ���:  f ���  * '  *fl  3 "���  , :<<   ���  f  *j**''  '*.4J*  !*������  j a  �����  xxi  *' j *. *  Z '."   ..'.    :    ���'       1       - .''      :   i.   I :    -��j.  t.,,.,.,,....!.  ������������.���������   ;;���.���'.�����������'.������ ' ',J*,t'"- I '���.   '�����  I,-'-:  *" '-      -*���*.*  '  .fiai* ' ��� 1iirfiwrtiifchaMaaJiaapi*a^���^  PtaeU  The Sechtflt Penins  Port Mellok  7  *?  i*  ul  li  Time's. We 1., MoV 27, 1964    m~~ were presented to Gordon  ^ *     ��� " ' 2 i     Hauka, Trevor Johnston,- David  Kcnnett,   Bruce   Marshall   and  wiy*\A}c *       Dkk sc��u*  I N V�� VVj*> Sunday morning scouts were  divided into groups for a com  "tfAPP\  Mar j,  surprise housewarming  friends on Saturday,-" Ma*j*  Ernie H ime-showed films ^if  i\\o  prevtmis  parties,  tjhen  He  aijid Harry Myiroie ��� contribute  their   mitiical   talents   for  evening of singing and .dancing  Oh    behalf    of    their    frienills  Cfiris    Wcod    presented    th  Sivans witfi ai money -tree, aftcl  washed- thmi   continued  hapji-  nifss in th sir new home. -  sioUT C/MPOREE  ���Uh u n t Elphinstone��� district  scout's-hclt. a camporee at Sale naw La* e. The boy -populla-  tipn took a large drop over the  holiday v eekend as- scoiits,  torn Gibsm's. Robert's Crekte  ahd ,Port Mellon troops headed  7ojr\ Sakina v Lake- early Sahjr  morning for their "��first  nporce, with fetlowsip as tjhe  By Linda  Moore    municatiohs ! exercise,    each  Rayhor,    thus   over    consider  able  distances  of rugged  ter  rain   scouts | exercised   in   the  theme.     j , passing   of   messages   between  An ���excjelljmt   site  had  been    respective==^rotips either direct  loaned by Mr. A. Lloyd of Gar-    or  through , their  base  control  den Bay ard it was not long    station  in the day when the various pa- Not forgetfing their spiritual  trols had th< irmdividual camp- obligations, all scouts, gathered  sites in slip-shape condition at theit7 00tdoor chapel for  for comfor able scout living Scouts own nondenommational  and the 'buying- agents' were servj.ce Avhich was conducted  off to Gardin Bay to purchase by DistrjCt Scout Chaplain Can-  supplies for the weekend. on Alan Greene who came to  Saturday night at iheir wil- the camp from Red Roofs, espc-  derncss co mcil fire, Scouter dally for the service. He was  John Ferrari of 1st Gibsons accompanied by Corporal Rae  was Invested as Assistant Scou- /Nelson, district commissioner  ter and �� 11 scouts present of "the Sechfelt district and Mr:  joined with Assistant Scouter Norm Burley, regional presi-  Mike Thatcher in reaffirm a- ' dent's, rapresentative. Mr. liur-  tion of the Scout Promise, ley filmed the assembly as ser-  At this .tijme 2nd Class bad-, vice commenced for a perrna-  ''tri  SUNSHINE   COAST  SERVICE  Specialized Body  Rcjpcirs  REE ESTIMATES *  WILSON CRIEEC  PHONE 885-4^66  - I    . :  fL ��!( S. Traiisyft Ltd  SIRVING THE SUNSHINE COAST  Sibsons  636-2172  "J.  Sub   Agints   to   Bektps.  "vWvine    ond   Storage  Ffco Est motes  ,��� ******** *********** ,********���  ** ********  **********************   *************'  **,  *.*,  N  WORLD  /I  EUROPEAN TRAINED BARBER  Y< iti look find ie. al like  '.mmrmmmmmmm^mm  *mmmmmm*mmbrm~0rmm~��mm*J>mMm*mmmm*mmi  A new mar  ext to Pool Room iSechelt  ���r~,i    i-.,'<-**��iW**ii-f-*i-�����"*���* *  nent record.  Due  scouts  but' it  io some leaders having  busines $ obligations some of  returned  Sunday  night,  the  headquarter*  thc  was  No.   1  one  was   possible  for  group jto st4y over tihtil S"toh  day  Camii registration issued for  MORE ABOUT ... .     '  Bowling news  from page 10���  Senior! on thc opening of the  E. &!M. Bowladrome. Each  year at the end of the bowling  season! the winning team *from  every league compete1 for this  amporee     by    regional    trophy; This season there were  this eight i teams    competing    and  year.   pi.   Seorge  Smart, j re- the  champs  arc the  'hopefuls*  gional [commissioner, expressed from the teachers' league. Con-  his plehsurc in seeing thc high gratulations to Evelyn Cooper,  percentage   of   district   scouts George  Cooper,   Barbara   Las-  ser, Bob Lasser and Jean Wyn-  gaert. | 7 I  start off thsir camp program  so early this y^ar.^  Thanks   is   due   the. following fori the fine contributioh to       Au   the  good   maxim1^   have  a   successful   camping : expert-    been written.   It only! i-emains  ence:   ;Mcssrs  A;  Lloyd,  John  IVp leouve*  Tr. 9-5388  W i 1 s a n, by Johnson, Wm.  Laing, Ed Burritt, Don Hauka  and wm. Brandon. ;  CONVENTION  The WMPPI convention was  held in th*i Vancouver llotel  May i4, 15( and 16. Those attending the convention from  Port Mellon were Mr. and krs.  J. Macey, Mr. and Mrs. J.  SerafiA and Mi", and. Mrs;. J.  Willis!  to putythem into practice.  I-PROMISE  NOT TO PLAY  WITH MATCHES .  HEIP PREVENT FOREST IIRIS  WIDE MOVERS  Coll Collect!  J  mmmmmwummmmmm** mi  ���m'��mmmmmmmm^mmmm 9mmmmm��mmmmm���� ���*.  immmmmmmmm*A  '��  SHOE STORE  of your business \e$6ers \ sech^t, b.c. - ph. 885.9519  ���'.. " ���        1 I       .�� ttch. ���   !���*.   ;_*   c_^��. :~**'  ' "Specialist in  foot care  S  ��  **********j********************************  - .**********���*************************************��_  Iiiiiap Isle  FRANtlS PENInIsuU Y\  / PENDER HARBOUR   j  ,   Everything forith^ Boot Owner        I  Phone 883-2444   !  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