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 WW&MI^XW^^ : -k- ��� *;y V  %g'&^��tya^^@g^^^.A-^#>.>g^.^'^!''-,-.'---v-. i>.:���.'"'-'--'i'< fr-i:.'-.M' ?J ����� " - =-�� ' ! ' "   "   ���  ~  Kl   . I ��� - * ���"���*  ~v.��-  li  -.�����"1  14  -ff_''  71  *4  Deportment^ Oncafe. |  Aurhcnied <ys sec-ens! cr��?s  .r^jiS   by   the   Pest   Office  M  CU  o  *-���  M  O  "���* til  t*x rr* ��  ������3  *c i>  1-4 ���  tt. ,r_ -~*  o ^  c: -cm -  O *-t c*  t~l  rs f-�� c_  eo cj  rt m :=-  OS!)  f->       o  W NO,  ft* ro r;  cr; �������* <:  fti ��N Se  rving Jhe Sunshine Coest, (Howe Sound to" Jervis Inlet}, including Port Mellon, Hopkins Lending, Grcntham's Landing, Gibserts, Roberts Creek,  Wilton Creek, Selmo Pork, Seehelt, Hotfmoon Boy, Secret Cove, Pender Horfaour, Mcdeiry Perk, Kleindcle, Irvine's Lending,, Bad Cc*e. Ecmont. JF WEDNESDAY, JUNE IT, T?44   1@C  $65.00 to school . .T~ ^  ii iumi-���i���.ni ������-������������������ii i m i    i. . ;  Qishiirsement of funds  oc*ciipIes Sechel! P.TA  MEMBERS OF THE-.Sechi_lt.PTA went through,a fall  i ' slate at their! general meeting, held last Thursday  iWhich included distribution of fundsbelection of exeeu-  itive and discussions on a variety of subjects.  Foremost ..on the Iktlfor fund  X ul~*ZX;X*    ���.��� ^^"7;, request circulated by the B.C  disbursement   was  |4he   Scho-       ^     Federation    asking   -for  ���InS/Sn   ��ttb W IS    baby teeth to be used for the  'Students   who   obta^over^SQ-- of.s    ntium   ^  Teeth  TJ ^ "^5* -*����bthatbhave fallen or been pulled  -jfoi* a grant for further education. It was pointed lout by the  president Mrs. T. jLamb that  Sechelt and Gibsons are the  only PTAs contributing' to the  upkeep  of the fund 7 --]"*   :  out ^are to be sont to Dr. J.  Yeor/ Metropolitan Health Centre/ 45 : West -.Broadway,- Vancouver 10. This investigation  is sponsored by the Voice of  "Women and "the Canadian  previously,  Sschelt PTA has    Campaign fdr~Nuclear Disarm-  danatod   $25-00   annually,   but.;  ameril. - __  last  year failed  to [ contribute.  It I was therefore suggested that    USED  CLOTHING  'I ���  a 1 contribution   be j made   this  yeiar of $50[Ci). Put to vote,  members paissed a} motion to  that effect. '  A further motion 1 that .$50.00  be donated toward jthe! library.:  was also carried. Speaking on  behalf of the library*, Mrs." S.  Dawe explained that the library was ~ progressing under  dif ficuties but grants -" were  coming from bslh council and  Vjictoria. Tha prasitot building  was not satisfactory* for apart  If cm having to clifnb a flight  ��jf start* to reach I it, -it was;  cold during the winter months.  Mrs, D3we 'also | announced  that plans were under consid-  library  to'  ^ration  for  a  new  n^xt   to   the  that $75.00  elementary  be   constructed  village office.  'Further proposal  be donated to the  school to assist in the" purchase,  of book prizes, films, etc., received a mixed j reception.  Some of the members felt that  should they give $75.00 there"  would-not be sufficient funds  left should a project come up  which might _ take a certain  amount of capital to launch.  j A motion, by Mr!. Kay Nel--  son that a ��� contribution of $75  be made to -the school was de-  jfeated. Later discssioh brought  for a successful motion to give  $65.00 to the  school.  BABY TEETH WANTED  I   Mjj. Lamb read^ an" unusual  Members, were asked* to  make-a- start with providing  used clothing toward the used  clothing sale, to take place  sometime in September. It is  hoped- to get items to early-  ^th at they may bb cleaned, repaired and pressed prior to the  sale/  ---   "  35 pound Spring  no fish story: V :  "BOB MA*CPASS: was out after  -the "finny tribe** in Porpoise  Bay last woek and came up  with the biggest one reported  in this district" so far this year.  Bob  flew up   lo  the - mouth  of Narrows Arm for an evenings   fishing   and   was 7 flying  high on the return trip as he^  managed to land himself a 35 _  pound spring.  The run on salmon has been  reported,,very good right now:,  with reports of many big catches from the Pender Harbour  area, and Salmon Rock seems  to have com? to life again also.  The area from. Porpoise Bay  to Egmont, including the inlets  have been showing the best results-- with as many as 12 fish  being" caught -to= an evening's  fishing. .    ���. . .  Rack up that balLJwy, put  away the cue, get ouV to the  boat,  they're- waiting  for you.  - - " . Hazardous library  STEEP FLIGHT of: stairs Ieitting up to tfae-tibrary is  quite obviously ! a hazard! ior our elderly citizens,  apart from the fact.the building ts not Uxy satssfactory.  A move by the Sechelt. Library Bqard is presently under  way for the construction of a new* building next to council office and should be welcomed W all as an extremely progressive. venture. j   .-���' b  Many* changes .���������.( ^  23 hew Teachers slated  for school district 46  IF ALL VACANCIES are ftliek there will be 23 new teachers in S.D. 4S for the!coming school term. The  changes are as follows: Elphinstone Secondary School.  Mr. W. Peers is leaving Gibsins to teach Maths at an-  i -  Unorganized areas . .- X  Firemen campaign  for operating funds  \ SECHELT   VOLUNTEER  firemen  will  be  conducting  their annual campaign for operating funds in the  unorganized areas: of West Sechelt, Wilson Creek and  Porpoise (Bay, during the first week of July.  Westerly boundary of the area is three miles beyond.  Sechelt to the "Cairns property and the easterly boundary extends to j the Girl Guides camp.   ;  t       It is pointec! - out, that, but for* the Fire Brigade,  fire rates would! be considerably higher than at present."  Also a >bank loan has to be paid off. The firemen therefor look to residents to display their usual generosity  in contributing jto the best of their, ability.  So far this."j-year, firemen have answered ten fire  ^calls, two of thjem in the early hours-of the morning.  Two total losses were due-to fire being beyond .control  on arrival becaiise of delay in turning in the alarm. In  both cases adjacent property was saved.  In addition |to these ca'ls, the old hotel was burned  down, removing an old landmark which had been rendered '--unsightly- by a previous fire.  --���: Should/you fail to be at homeywhen^a fireman calls,  contributions may be mailed to P.O. pox 111, Sechelt  or paid iri to the Bank of Montreal at\Secheli~  Africa with the Provincial Federation sponsoring- their own  teachers.  GIBSONS   ELEMENTARY  } Teacfesrs Icarmg will be Mr.  W.. Jilejerhcfr. yxriss J. Street,  *Mrs. W. Meyerfeff.  Roberts creek  | The principal Mr. J. Fleming will be leaving:   \  SECHELT ELEMENTARY  {   Leaving art. teachers. Mrs. E.  other Secondary f School in  West Vancouver. Sir. Peers is  3rell known for his special methods of teaching Maths and  his activities within the community.   * "  Mr. P. Paquette���Science  teacher and counssllor, \s leaving, but with a ^year's" leave  cf absence only. He w3l���he  teaching that year to Prince  Rupert, also to a secondary  school.  Mr. Widdand���who' Is retiring after teaching 10 years- to  Gibsons was henored at a Moa-  dav   mornin*-    assembly   June   t     _���' r *****  8. by all Elphinstone student^  IGOV t responsibility . ; .  and    was -; presented-  with    a" '\ : ;     :  Coleman camp stove by Ken  Baba. president ofl.the student  counciL Mr. Wickland will be  going to Sweden to teach.  Mr. F.. Bosch���wQl be leaving to_attend university to obtain his Masters degree.  Mr. J. Kapal�����Industrial  Arts and Occupational teacher,  will leave to take fiirther training* to the teaching profession.  Miss Pedec���Physical Ed teacher is leaving to teach elsewhere. _    . - - - - .  Mr. Potter will be spending  his summer holiday tims teaching to Africa. He leaves July  Impaired drivers  license suspended  XORJL4.Y SamacI   Mark*   was  fined    $130.    aod    prgh.hsted  from  driving a   mctar veh.de-  anywhers - 6s. Cacadc   fcr. ���_ t.'i��  three - months -". next " rr.5B.ng  whss four:d guilty cj Magistrate Andrei* J-fcr.stcn of r-a*"-*  *irg drives! h^ car '��h.lc his  ability Tii izz^iizcd t* *:r->-  boi! Marks} was irrvcivcti m a  coUkiaa. wiih a car dziMrt by  Mr. J&a Qnty c�� Sech��U. ,Oa-  ly' mito? damage vis iusti.-*-"  ed by .th�� j.Gray :ear*.    ���  kinsmen sponsor  swimming classes  ~STSSiS.ES t�� S*diel^ are asain  sponsoring- swimn-fcg classes  to commences  bortly.  Instmctrss wil*. be ilas Georgia wam df-Roberts Crtek and-  classs wJI be,"held at tizlf-  mcon Bay J Sectelt tnd WiisaK.  Creek. All Jagc '{jrcurs *re *,&-  come from six up. -  Times and day* ��iL ht an-  nouscad. later. *���  By   tie f time "be   jpfl^.i--er5,  "We    werg    made    fcr    each  other.**  sfca's  already  f-;;Er.:ag_  aitcratiensi .   . . -  {Ratepayers investigate  iswamps and crosswalks  f PLANS TO APPOINT a new directorate were! dabbed at  i*" the meeting of the Sechelt Ratepayers', A25^*-^011  I last Wednesday when it was ^plained that! uilder an  texistig bylaw-present executive *bave to cany ^n-runtil  119651 - '  J Two Reims were orought up  | during-the meeting; exx b^tof  Ithe. suggestion that; two crcs-  I walks  be  pairtad. in   pasitiocs  _      ______ ton Cowrie Street at Inlet and  l~for Ottawa with five others I Trail Avenues. The other was  from B.C. thsre being 22 to all | dramage of the swamp aj-a on  from Canada. In Ottawa they | Dolphin across from the RCMP  will receive a 3-da__ orientation I hsadquarters.  course to familiarize them with f Foiloiwng: discussion it was  the country they are- going to. f decided tbe crosswalks were a  While in Africa Mr. Potter will I prcvincial dept. cf raads prob-  be teaching summer school to f Iem. Two members of the rate-  native teachers. This is the sec- 1 payers���- association, executive  end year. that the Canadian j were elected to surrey the: sit-  Federation of Teachers has I uatioa regardmg "the swamp  held these  summer schools  to I land prior to making a report  to the area provincial fsariiary.  inspector-j I     t    *  . Three names uc-rs "pit ep for  cotntoatica   as   casdidfeta*   for  village*  counctl    bat   jsall   eot-  be      aEsaucc��d -  b.nl|" I each  ccmijie; has fc^^'ap'gra.ctied,  After re-elscticn bf ."rxecutive  to 1S63. raw _ciacti5cs jarJl take  place  a^Siili>-      j     j    }   '  Prfsenli 'execirtlte .fcdixies:  John Hayes^. pre-jlti^^; rlioyd  Turnsr* arid L. P. Sar.fec^.vicc---  presid;-r:t3t Mcrgas" Thompson-  and Bes -%,-ng, iefretlrvs ar.d  Norm   Watsor..   treaiu^r.!  .-  h.  }'  mmm  li "Vs***" "ft _*���*-*  i I i 'i      ii   ,���  ji   i_     . i      i      ii    - r     ,     .   '   *  ������ ���._*'-'���  ,r   ^v';*ii  4a|'l' .  ���I>,  r  \  5  ISechelt  Pbninsulol Times Ltd  I I        ���       Ic L.I.    Q f $  Sechelt, B.C.  Gross Circulation, 1850 co_fic$  Classified Advertising Rata.:  ;��� i 3-Line AdBTiefs'15 words)   ]  ,!One. Insertion ~,���.: i~  I Three insertions  I Extra'lines (5 words) j  'Box, Numbers, g. 25c|extjo  If poid before publication, a discount of 25c per AdBrief- is fello*. '-  ��d, j Semi-Display, Super-Dsspb r,  'gjnd- Blue Chip Display l;5p pjtt  ! inch.  ' >' ;~      "tegal Notices  ��� i | *t7c| per count line (5 words \ .fir ;t  . ,j Insertion,  13c per count tin*'  .up  |-'     j -   sicjuent insertions.  J   \    {Deadlines: Spitirday 5 p.i i.  " I - Subscription Rates;   :  r,10c; per j-opy, S6c per month  / * :    [-   -   j -   advance.  , J  -   [carrier); $5.fl0 per year,: n  / j Card   of,   Thowjfc s,    Engaget -ten: s,  ! Deaths, Births,! In Memoriam,| Coi i-  ��� IngiEvents, Etc���P|er insertion! up -o,  40lwords) S1.25J; extra >vords, :ic  , each. 25c Disc sunt if paid ��efejre  pub i^ation.  Ji  -I  PERSONAL  83c  1.70  Ifc  FOR SAL  Notice of Intention to Apply  Purchase Land  18.Ux��ill\^�� fJP�����.     to  Land Recording.liisi  Convertible top, trailer inc. $6.5 or swap for car.  Phone  88.-2098. "9876-27  WELL built 14 ft. outboard  speedboEt with engine .well.  Windshielc   and  steering. ��� Ph.  885-9309."b , *    \ .9947-27  �� Oft TRADE.  RADIO ��� APPLIANCES  Phone 80-9605  Sn  of Vancouver; B,C. and nitiate  near Porpoise Bay, to the Sechelt Inlet.  TAKE NOTICE Jbat Robert   p>e0* Estate and! Insurance  H. IB. GORDON &  kennett Ltd.  fOPPING OR REMOVING  LOWER LIMBS FOR VIEW.  Iniurcd work from Port Mellon  to Pender Harbour  Phone 886-9946  MARVEN VOLEN  boat  and  Phone  888-9535.  {ly   FOR SA  20' CABIN cruiser, 70 hp Merc  outboard for 14'-15' fiberglas  m?tor.   Value  $1200.  9348-27  .E  IJPLUMBLNG impairs and ihst; I-  , lotions, Agemt for Stihl |ow ir  BaUs. TilUcum Pfumbingl B >x  L16^ Sechelt. Phone 885-20|5.   -  9^9-f*.  _i_  ONE chesterfield $25; one-frig  $75; one frig $125; one Briggs  and Stratflon eng., 7V*s hp $150;  -oae   enanel   garbage   burner  ">1D; one 20 cu. ft. deep freeze,  like   new,   $250; - one   McClary  auto,  elautric  stove with rot-  isserie $2f0; All store stock Vi  Filgas,   883-2433.*Mr-  9877-27  price.   M.  vine's Landing  CARDypF  rHANKS  Sit  w' J.  \\ get the kind  \ .van   oftereq  :ed  883-2294  William   Sfilwood ~o_   Sic^elt,  B.C., occupation police   jfficer  intend to  apply  tor  psrmisy  sion  to ; purchase' the  follow**  ing describe*! lands:  Commencing at a pbst plant-;  ed at the S/E corner of lot No.  7022 N.W.U.; thence ix Chains  East to SAV. Post; thencj* 4  Chains-North; thence 15 Chains  East; thence $ Chains S/E ��V  allel to the TUlicor. Bay  thence Westerly 21 Chains  more or less parallel u> /the  Sandy Book, R<1., to pdtntf of  commencement, and ontato<  tog approx. i0 acres, m|wrj. or  less.^'  The' purpose for whiih  land is required is Horn  i |    Phones:  885*0^3,! 886-2191  T  f TELEVISION  SALES & SERVICE  RELIABLE - PROMPT  RICHTER'S [T.V.  & RADIO LTD.  Secheltv B.C. *, Ph. 885-9777  the  Site.1  ROBERT WILLIAM SEIW0OD  9717-Pub. May 87, 3, IO,] 17, '64  Dated 15th May, 1964.  BOX traier, 49"x 60", $85. Ph.  [��944-28  fl^L and Rijibi Peters wil"h to  thank' all tlnqke who so gre it-  re  i , 'j_y 1 helped  u> jwhen  we |w<  \ i burnt out. Vlfe. will never* jf ir-    LEGAL  I  WANTED Misccllancoils  ONE   used- *\  -1 > Pleasi* .call  Hay.  WANTED TO RENT  assistance  h   our  ,tlra|i{,  9350  'jiich  U-  ashing   "mattiiijie.  885-9654.  Asfi  9878  !-  BURNISHED  area.1 Willin  .uio-. a-month  "i'lie-Times, S&chelt, BC  - ! : I -*-23:  59" PATHFINDER travel trailer, 23l ft. Electric fridge,  hot \yatek propane stove, .toilet and sjhower. $2,400. ,J. Williams,  Irvines  Landing;, BC.  i 9945-28  NOTICES  27  Sunsh  Improve  No.lS  ne Coast. Hospital  ment District No. 31  NOTICE       v  FIREPLACES       j  PLANNERS   '    '  FOUNDATIONS  j WALLS  A. SI/v-fPKINS {��� 885-2132  watIer; survey  | services  Complete Water System Servico  L. C EMERSON  Seelielt 885-9510  I I* '.    r..     I'   ���  ,   |rji$urcd Blasting  of annuil general meeting of  the ratepayers cf Zone >'o. 4  to be held on June 26th< 1964  at 8 p.m in the Activity Room  cf Made ra- Park Elementary  -School,   Madeira   Parky B.C.  lome in Sepfajelt  to  pay ' u|  Reply Box l|7ft9,    serve as  T  REAL ESTAffE  ard- electricity!. Apply Box  9934  acres of  wat er-  A^PROX.f 7  . front  proptjHy   in /-Vyest  eli,olt.  Excellent spring waller,  se-  summer cottages with wa  PETS  FEKINESE  Agenda: "  1. Elecjtion of a-ratepayer to  chairman of the gen-^  era! mejeting; election of a  ratepaye: -to serve as secretary  of the gf neral meeting.  ter  42.  -27  2 42  91  puppiesj 886  WORK W/.NTED  ! sIrvice  Fields - L. 3 -ins - <^orde ts  ROY |(��derson  Box! 4Zi X Sechelt1  7   S&p530  Please phbnis  evenings -ojily  AUTOS a  l��33   PONT  heater,  oteering.; -$*  m  2. Report of the,trustees of  th und&r:akings cf the. Hospital  Improvement District in 1963.  3." Report of the-: trustees lof  the finaicial condition off the  Hospital Improvement District  in 1963.  . 4. Discussions with the trustees of ;ny matter relating to  thie undertakings of financial  conditio! s of the Hospital Improvement District in 1963. ,  5. Ele rtion of one trustee for  a term of three years-to re?  place trastee, whose term of office has expired.  Form No. 15 (Sectioiji <j"0)  "I_AND\ACT"  Notice of Intentioj\to A|pply to  Purchase Land    |  In   Land   Recordings" District  of ��� Vancouver, B.C. and{ situate  near Porpoise Bay, in  chelt Inlet   TAKE   NOTICE   that  Stewart Warren of -7383  view,   Douglas "Hwy.,  tion Journeyman i Motorihaa to  tends to apply for pernission  the purchase the following  cribccl lands;  Commencing at a post  ted S/E corn of Lot !*��, |7022-  N.WJQ.;thence East 25 Chains;  thence South ! 6 Chains U &/E  Post; ther-ceiSoijtth 10 Chain^;  thence West 10 Chains; thence  North IQ Chainsi thence East,  along the Sandy}Hook Id., 10  Chains more;;or less to Poiht  i of Commencement and con*-  taining approx. 10 acres, more  or less, |  The  phrpose for  which  the  lattcHtf reQuired 1$ Jlomu Site.  JAMES STEWART WARREN  Dated 15th &fay, 1964.   '  9716^-Pub. May 27, 3, 10, 17, '64'  frojnk E. pecker  OPTOMETRIST  i I  Bol Block  i Gibsons  SWANSON BROS.  Septic Tanks and Drain Ficldt  ' Backhoc and Front End  i Loader Work *"  ' Screened Cement Gravel  *  Fill and Road Grovel  Phone 885-9666  Box 172 . Sechelt   j.  s Scows ��� Le  SECHELT TOWiNG  & SALVAGE/iTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving  & Log-Towing  L. IipGS  Phone/��85-4425  ,    7���''   PENINSULA ROOFING  Asphalt *S.xGravel  E^Liilt-up Roofs  Guenther Barowsky       .  R.R. No.  1 Gibsons     ,  Phone 886-9880  [SIM ELECTRK LTD.  Electrical Contractors -  Appliances - Electric Heat  Phone .885-2062 ~  -1 i  -'  i'  II  plan-  Every| Wednesday  for.clppointnr.ent  b    886-21_S6  Phone Sechelt 885-9669  |  PENINSULA  BUILDING SUPPLY  "Tjje House With A Heart;''  E.|J. Caldwell, Proprietor    .  8ox 97 - Sechclr, B.C."   *__ :���i   BRITISH AMERICAN  lOiLJCCS LTD    . ���  Fuel Oil -Gtasoline - Oil Products  ' T    ;;''^\- '���  '  }  '��     W7A jf%sons,jiAgent  Phonal 885-2016  Wharf Rood, Sechclfi B.C.  -*��� i    ��� ii -���A"���   LAURIE SPECK  SHEET METALJ.TD.  AUTOMATIC LAWN  MOWER SHARPENING  Get Your Lawn  Equipment  Sharpened Now  Irvine Benner  Phone 885-2292  ��  i  j  7  TINGLEYS  HI-HEAT  SALES and SERVICE  i i  for all yaur heating  1      requirements  Qil Cobs Finance Plans  C. Ei (Cal) Tinsley  Box No. 41  885-9636���885.9332  7v3echelt*  ���Oil  Heating - Furnaces  Sheet Metal    \  GIBSONS, B.C  Phone 886-9961  On  biihalf of the  board of  trustees- -  tVNK WTEST, Secretary  FR  TRUCKS  1AC  a utqi,  i2>0  Al -CONDVBlm.  station   vmmn  lis.ior),   ICifep  cble:Jane2li  ZplQ. %7  im 11$M��  hy, R J$M,  ,9721  sedan.- R  trans,  fx  Phone'888-!  -'-- 97;  tt ans-  1963 Aca  Sti^d  milesr���-A^ail  S2450. Phone  99-6  tph  pick-up.-''ah?  Cood shape.^ Jest.  dio,  wer  800.-  4.27  iian  Coos  lent  72_~-ub. June 17, 1964 ���  7:30- p.m,  JMreetm*y[  I���, wm. .���,.���������.������������������������ m* pm..���������i.-n�� -il   i   ii,.; i   ] _ ��� I |p^.  Bethel Baptist Church ���  Sechelt, B.C.  Sunday School 10:00!a.^n. "  Church , 11:15 .a.m.       t  Prayer meeting Wednesday  The Finest In  FL0WERS  j   For A*" Qccosticns  ELDRED'S FLOWER SHOP  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  Phone 885-4455  MflfflS  EARL'S COVE SUBDIVISION  Adjdeent to Earl's Cove Ferry terminal on Sunsh he  t Highway, Beautiful view of Jervis Inlet. Exc el-  fishing'artd bpating. Good site, for motel and boat  - rentals,  WATERFRONT LOrs^,5pO  VIEW LOTS FROM $f80D  down. Easy terms on balance. Discount fpr_cxi|_hr-  \0%  885-  28  0.  Madeira P<?rk, B.C. ��� Phone 883-2233  A'  RAY NEWMAN  PLUMBING  Hot Water Heating  Nothing Down  10 Years to pay  PARTS AND REPAIRS TO  ALLWATER PUMPS  Phone 886-9678  STUCCOING-PLASTERING  GYPROC JOINT FILLING  CEMENT -WORK  .  by  N. SCHOENEWOLF  Phone 886-2862  CHAIN SAW CENTRE  Wilson Creek  Deoloj-s for vM, Conodien, Mc*  Cullo<h ond ijlorfielite Chain Sows,  Complete sfoefi; of oil models  Ports ond repair service.  Telephone 885-2228  CABINETS  CUSTOM WOODWORK  HOMES  Guenther. Barowsky    -,  R.R. No, 1, Gibsons  Phono 886-9880  _*i__-_��_-ap_--��_��-*-*M-*Ma>aw>Maa^^wnMM��^WMM-^��'-->  NEVENS TV & RADIO  \ SALES & SERVICE  . N   All Appliances^  Fronchised Philips Dealers        ,  Marine Drivo ��� Gibsons  Phone 886-2280  CUNNINGHAM  AMBULANCE SERVICE  HALFMOON BAY  Emergency ond non Emergency    ���  calls.   Special    rotes   for   O.A.P.  -Qualified personnel  24 HOUR SERVICE  I    Phone 885-9927\  -f -���i���-Vr;  FOR CARPENTERING  Irepairs ANO ANY    ,  ODD JOB  N. MITCHELL  Phone 885-9582  PRINTING  BUSINESS ��� PERSONAL  SOCIAL  RUBBER STAMPS  THE TIMES  Phone 885-9654  Ir  -- f  ";"t  ** ,   !  m -.".*���**���* *.. -. ..;_  .��,-   -���.  .-.����r  "    .*���"-'���'     b  . ������ ���������*.  *���...-:  t: :v... '>-f-- -iV*     X   * j:./-*     **C 'A^V-'i  _^kidi^^^:..-^&1!i      * fckl-: _ ��� ; JUT * :* \��  r  I ^ �� *     ���**     -..rf   _fc.   I     *   *��� 1      " ia "fc.    * J"    ���**    'a* fc       *    I  ._-        aVMUV*. *." _!_._**���*. " --1  i  :*  *" >-**��    -"  ��� - ���.�� . _ .<������"  * t-*.  ���*���+*  . * ��*.   - ^  -V*.  *.;*--���__���'  **>-.  H *:  i%  t ���  - J  i^-jV -  *7.  "�����--  -> ���   1-**  . ***:  V ���  *>.��  ,\  I . -a'  ...�����-  , _ tr-..  ��� ���*     *     J'  'M TJr.. *  ���  s>     *  _��� .. .  . *  a ���-"'.��  Banquet honors      |  Grads      x 1  IN A gymnasium transformed  into a Polynesiac wonderland!  4  Pender Grads'  ,  FRONT:   MARY  Reid,   Dietta   Beale,   Llona  Duncan,  Linda Hately^Janice Northrop, Sue Berntzen, Glenna Duncan,  Dorothy Gough,  Shirley Haddock. Back,      _ -<rT        ^ ^^  , Bill Edgett, Howard: White, Raimo Savolainen, Frank   complete* with babbimg b^ook  - Anderson, Larry Silvey./           ���Photo byyDennis Grey -.and Jeering tiki's-th graduates  * of Peaeter Harbour and their  families: were honored- alVa  dinner bald" en May 23 at the  high schooL Approximately 163  guBsls sat down to a turkev  dinner. Tcasts foBowed: The  Queen, Bill Edgett* To the Grai  duattog Class, Ms. F. Flemf  . tog,'-Shirley .Haddock! To the  School Board, Raimo Savolato-  en, Mr.-_R. Spicer; To the Pari  ents, Howard White, Mrs. J.  Haddock; To the PTA, Dorr  othy Gough, Mrl .G. Freeman;  To the School and Staff. Iindl  Hatsly, Mr. A. Tjorhom. Spec-  <_ ial guest--Dr. Waher Kartricfc  of the Faculty <_f Edscatioa at  UB& thea addressed, the grd-  ACADEMIC, LEADERS in junior grades at Pender Har- f^A ^ra���T-^ v-S^S"  ..^ hour High School,:Kathr MlcKay, Claire Donley. ,^^50StoS  Tied for Grade 8 academic medals, Marian. Vaughn, ates were ^^t by .th�� mi-  Grade 9 academic Silver Medalist Cindy White; Grade ^ graduates and diW escorts  10 Gold.- Medalist, Elaine Klein, Grade 10 SUver~MedaI-^___d a giy evening of dancing  ist.   7   7 '    r ' y��� 7 -7 was thoroughly enjoyed by alL  Qhairman addresses . .Y  nrlioiEr  s nay assem  > -i  ACTIVITIES FOR the year were summed up at Pender  a on -June 12 when the school turned out for a final  'assembly to applaud students who had achieved high  honor iif the many aspects of school life.  The assembly w_s conducted  ������������������������������ ; ���-  by   Mr;   A:   Tjorhom,   who  is  leaving1 the district to return to  ?4Us homa town after:sbc years  at the high school. He"waspre*  sented with a greet, and gold  sweater by the Students' Coun-  atyl.C-and'wa's the proud recipient  'of theTC-o'ld Sakiha^.for 1963-  64.    Mr-    Tjorhom    welcomed  Mrs.   Bali,   Chairman   of   the  School Board.Tto the assembly.  lips Award for unselfish scr-_  vice to school^ (tic). Shirlsy  Haddock. Linda' Hately. 7  Jean "Whittaker Commerce  Award: -Sua. Berntrea. Certificates fcr perfect, atteaitog far  ,the entire scfioal year:X Rtme ,  Cook, Carol Fena, Victor Du-.  bois, Shirlsy Gooldrup, Buddy  Klein, and. Robert Nicholson.  Certificates for special" types  MORE ABOUT .... j  Newjieachers        j  tfroni  page - T���  ���--'-���     _    |  Seymour. Mr. A. Merltog. 51is  ^E. Heg��c and -Miss L. Turn-  bell the kindergarten teacher]  MADEIRA PARK ELEM���     J  Leaving are Mr. G. Freeman  (principal).   Mr.  J.   fcr Perry.  JSrs.   C.   Cameron,    Mrs. . M.  "Lockehart.    - I  BOWEK ISLAND !  ' Leavmg  is   Mrs.  B." Ayleci  PORT MELLON .    I  ELEMENTARY I  ilr. W. Reid, principal is leaving to take the principal's position at Roberts Creek. Mrs. E.  HemaywiH be  leaving.    .. " f  The Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wed.. June 17. 1964 Page 3  mPle places _; thidgs  ���-��� : : L������ ;���hc4 ,  "'''"���:-----. ���fy Rosy end Alex fimpkin*  DR. RIDLEY OF Gambier Island 6as m*sr ed��n^Ieted  - - a fireplace. The -eat stone face has granite land tBe  red tuffa'from-Mt. Garibaldi interspersed with tie Gam-  brer Island group -of palaeozoics, which arerpufple and  green, conglomerations all done with I white cement joint  arid based with a black Jervis Inlet Slate hearm. I  "' -Dr.   Clark   Abercrotnbie's,     :���'-^.���~_���f������   Roberts ;��ieek has jt^t got a  heautiful summer cottage, designed and built fay*Mr. Nor-  Man: Franklin. This is architecturally right for its syWaa  surroundings. There is a steep  shake roc�� by Mr. George  Eoser, roogu -ceiar siding by  Seehslt SawmULs, and cut  stone fireplace -of- course by  Simpkins. Rock w__ich the doctor picked is principally lecal  granite, a touch cf Garibaldi  red. and Mack basalt from oiir  local Karen Range.  -.'**"*  -.    Dr. Borteick came and gave  Annie,   bow   six   months,   her  second toooculadon. When Alex  implied disapproval, the doctor  explained   how   ixmoculations  had cut the death rate drastically,   especially   to   whooping  cou^i.   The   meisles !vacctoc.  given   at one   year.   sill, step  the pos^sHity of complications  such  -as    brain    injury.    The  children  always  enjoy a  visit  from  Dr.  Burtnick,  and  theyy  " will miss  him  when he  go^  away this fall. We are glad to  say. that   he  will "be   coming  back.  - *     a    #  .Ttokerbell is on guard duty _  at Mr. Kelson's new garage  operation at the Sechelt Home  Gil station. We have prescribed a diet-of raw meat to bring  cut. the -��p_�� to bar. Burglars  Ijeware!  The birds, snakes and kids  are enjoying the; strawberries  now ripe everywhere It is  "a good year for fruit judging  bv our cherryf plum ard pear  trees, which are" loaded although planted en^* three years  ago. The yellow warbler sings  happily every, morning, to  brighten  oui   day.  It is interesting to observe  these builders, bricklayers.  plumbers, electricians, fitraace-  mea, painters! from, outer  space. The last time that we.  _were to Prii^e G��Drge, such  invaders as these cot only  paid a fcaisto<_ss! licence but-  were obliged to put ap a S50Q  bond each that they would stay  a   tweiremonth.. ���    ".  This meant that they would  spend most of mcir eamtogs  iocaiy and u^ufchbe thsrc to  back up iheh  job.-.  H^rc- oa the Sunshine Coast  wc local "men are . fre<p*cnt}y  called on to make geod for the  ones who ha%e flown-*he coop.  A school is built at Roberts  Creek. The lowest balder from  the city gets the job. He has .  no intention of building esactly  to   the   written .specifications.  '-,  -In any ��ase there #re! specs  which; are oat practical- -asd  sDme'wiach can't fv��Jr. be carried out {to icdivkiual  c*��es.  So the bailder cuts every  corner he can. lie ;U.t puts  the building up as quickly, as.  possible sud gets out If 'he total job were broken dom isso  pieces within the*/ reach of to  cal _ track=mefir. { ev��*ry *ach  buildtog! would be better "built:  at total Jsniiller cc-t  The    Eixancml ; requirements  for consmercisl jchi" .re too  cumber^me for local men, -who  can m^ce.. a living honestly.  One school chimney hjs kad  fSashtogj and another has tin.  Lead flast-as. migtf. last a bsm-  dred years, galvanised migst T  be eatea through in t.a.-The  latter ii  S2s cheaper:  Actualy lead is used _to  England,. but copper is cocsiif- :  ered the -best to Canada. Specs ,  shouidal call for lead when i  the rest of the roof metal is "  ^ahrasiied  sheeting.' " "  A local builder quoted 02 the ;  Trail Bay Sc&ol ac4 he ca!cii-!  . lated. tfab job according! to spe- *  ciflcaikajs. It _was riot .possible'-.  _far- him! to build su .h a. building- at the price submitted by  the city! maa_ Thc oiit-of-CoaTier  -camped! on  the . jc"_^ cut' the-  specs   wherever ; pcf sible   and!  took his  raoejetf :batk-to to\n_;  to--'spenL       :     -J    l.f-i7 - --'b"  EDerel is .another}. cfenoxioa_7.  sitaati<ai. Sosebodb to WOson-  Cresk - Sats starts {hii pernor7  saw at Jll p.m. and-keeps it ti>;  'hi after midnight-" W31 socze-'  body please pm -thi* a.s_st-o-*l-.  to  sleep. '    ; : ���  ������. ��� !���     ������ *���        ii    in.    iil...��.^ii��p-f'.       ,a��      �����    ii WW  -  niALAWHAflA  |DR1VE-W!  I Selma Park  I ��� ?  COMPLETE fW��<:LY f^Z  PARTY MEALS f9 ���0   *  j Cifli Ceo Ccme =.  : i_*fie* SpcjissttJ! -  Try oor homfmfde  :    Doughnuts |  I hone SS^ia^  - I OHM t  f  who. spoke, ito   toe^tud^s ^     leadership,  briefly* on behalf of thz-Boardr ^__   ,,_, ���j  ,___...i._.- c��r^��  Tha  Schoal: Dram? Club; then.  presented "Sis O* the Ozarks",  the one act play they. had for-;  fnerly pr'es:ent2d "at Elphinstone  High "School. This play is Mr.  Cross's first expenence.in directing, and was welt received.  Awards were then dispersed  as follows: Cups for Track and  .Field: Jr. ^Girls: BonhieLee;  Jr.-Boys; Roger Duncan: Int.  Girls: Rosina! - Sundcjuist, Elaine  Kleto; Int. Boys: Syd Lee; Sr.  Girls: Shirley Gooldrup; Sr.  Boys__ Joe Ilataly, Frank Anderson.-  :--  Crests for !Track and Field:.  Melody! Mcintosh, Fay Girard,  Roy aroock, [Carol Fenn, Mike  Reid, Sandra Sundquist,- Sandy  Hately.! Beniie Vallca Award  for team -.-leadership.- Larry Silvey, Rbb'irt Boyle House Trophy:   NOOTKA.   Michael  Phil-  Don  McLesd  (president FTC),  -. J>~etta -Bs.i t���: tpi-p-riH^nf.  Dance  Club). Llona Duncan (Councfl  treasurer), yPatSladsy. (Cheer--  leader Club). Certificates for  Commercial Proficiency: Dorothy Gough.' Llona Duncan, and  Ruth Silvey (typing improvement). Science Leadership:  Raimo Savolatoss- Creative  Writing: Howard White. French  Award: Cindy White-  Athletic Leadership and  Sportsmanship: - Sandy Hately,  Dick Gooldrup,-June-Cameron,  Boyd Bennett, Georgina Ibey.  Know * Ymir Canada Award:  Shirley Haddock. Studsnt Council Ptoi*.. Bill Edgutt, Ralph  Phillips, Sandy .Hately, Glen-  naDuncan,- Llona Du*"��** Linda Hately. J32 Hataiy. Allan  Wallace, Janet Webb, Claire  Donley, Janice Northrup. Dick  Gooldrup.  ECKELT MIR SERVICES  PORPOISE BAY  (Secbelt)   S.C. |  Ms ChdstBt & Aifcraft Maintenance  Fishing  Hunting  Freight  Air Taxi  Contract Flying  Sightseeing Tours  Timber Cruising  Air Ambulance  PHONE SECHELT ��g5-f 5H0 AHT> BOOK FLIGHT  ��� ���  .  b;  -:..  ,:*  *  -  i*. y  i^  ��ECHELT Pi K_NSULA^*f��eA  iAvell  I To Talk oi A any Things; of Shoes, Sltips, Sealing Wax, Cabbd^e��y Kings  Wednesday, June  17, 1964         ~ -��� *  le  ��f  Not mary years ago a trade ten edi cation    make a fortune, they are/ nevertheless  d have been con'idered a reasonable quaji-    of a comfortable existence. j countries.  ! "  I  m  IlMeinploymeitt  JtH&USANDJ>  of  eaeer  graduates   throi ighoiit tremely rare  and  although possible y<j:ars  ago,  the province at this tim. of year sa> fare- is almost impossible in this day.  to their studies tp take lip positions in the On   the   other  side   of  the   scjalL   ample gOVER^EM]   studies   a n d Jdark "i"51 airs-  "Tanks of job seekers. Each yjar competiti >n for evidence js seen. In every community of those     surveys indicate that the visi- Their hangmans noose, their  thefbetter situations increase- to th�� extert that ^^ because they put* in the' extra effort re- tor and travel industry in, into,   |web-Spun coil  employers are more ard hiori: discerning ii their quired  to  cornplete  their  schooling   are  now afdjout of ]B.C| is going to ex-   ^        ^        ^ baJ  ch<W applicants:}* b[     , f      , ferup for life.iThe maiority of them| v^never g^^/^a^S   [**.  ' sionj which 'is Worrying so many Swinging nooses, an insects  would  ficaition  for  an abov 5-averafce situation;  tdd?iy  with more, sti dents realizing the need of  *tiort the number complbting grade twe  creases each year. This in  turn puts-a  squeeze ;On   the, drop-outs,   who   in   so  cases abandon their s.hooliig for the lui  nondescript salary in .a Jess  han mediocn  pattori from which p'ogres:   at best, is  ,ti^ lihd u?ualliy: onl> ''temporary.  ! i The pic'urW fron  here on, is a verjj  hiar! cShe in most cases. Dri ting, aimlessl' fnbm  one)! /insignificant job  to  a lother,  the  averdge  drop-fout is. condemned to a struggling opte^ce  of Unpaid bills, hardship'and despair.}  ! This of Coiiirse Is h<H always the cast;,there  areMamong t|js   self-nade   |nd  indeed    vealthy.  ^nieni who"havesucceeded lespite the fa:t they  I had! little oif ;no education. This howeve:   is ex-  dilca-  veiitt-  jrelatjer  niahy  e of! a  oecu*  unper-  faipi-  omm  rpmtmns  ��� l "I r^ay be wrong,    /7  ut 1 shall hot be so wrong  as to fait to say  \vtiat f oiiiivt to be right." ��� ,  --John Attuns  (The Haney Gazette)  tfjie Garret  climb the, stairs to garret  stecp,"6ne dismal Tilay.   >y  Just to pass the t,inie away.  Restless too, 'tilll! looked;on  rafters high,       7  ^hd spiders spinning their  silken coil, 7  : hangmans noose, a prey to  lllbil.   .     ~   '    A '  "Up in the garret bleak and  ibare ' Z '.  Spiders spinning away, in the  doom,  u  Completion of higher education i*Vcertain-    Bitter  roaj_s,  comfortable Jarfng enottgh to touch the  ly  no, guarantee  of employment,  al   the  same car^   faster   highways,   more "    . *"  time /in a woihd of ever increasing mechaniza- money   and   leisure   time   to   |4 �� ;.  tion  Ahc accent is upon education. spend the [moiiey, longer holi- Like a sensitive seismograph,  ' L ...      -j-J ��������   ��,;,*, day[ periodis  are all adding to   [: quick as_a flash,;  One   of   the . greatest: tragedies   lies  with tt* ^ o��  rteeting  ^  de. j , ���  drop-QUts    Who    had    the    ability    --a)   become ma��s of iime,o{ peSpie. The spidery trap, an .nsect rash,  top  students  land  because" ofy varicus!   circutn-    Bjq_ Mtri itsfown nau,rai at. Entangled in the spiders lair,  stances   abandoned Iheir  studies.   \/hat   might tractions of friendly people and Soon to b�� a tit-bit rare,  have proved al great career, wasted lor the lack wonderful -recreaUon   a t m o- \yhen out of the silence came ���*  of another year or two in school. sphere will 'be  receiving  v|si-   i'thunderous roar  _,    \     ' ,  ...        |i-   7 ..���_   ,.������rc torsi from each direction of the   fc. '  The   importance  of thos^ llast  two  >ears sJ,noi.thv soMh    west   and$ The rafters shook; and the  canipt  be  stressed  enough.  Patent-   and  stu- eas| fwm Japa�� . L quaking floor,  dents alike should give serious P��"s deration to m    cUrrent   studies  4he l        ��� ^  the consequences resulting from early termina- igJ  seasQn   {<fJ.   visitOT3   and j ,4 holocau^  tion of learning. v tourists  will bfe the basis for r  Insecurity   and  disillusion   versus   security future   planning   and   develop- T*��y^ "^-���*����{ *e garret  ���   Scessful future'' J mek of t% tofirist and visitor .*. and flu.tv.  a succtssiui imure, indiiistry   in  BlC.   on   a .scale Away, away, from smoke ana  and a  pek -Letter Tp Parents  ijtuest EBiroriilBy Doroth* Rizer Assistant Professor Education, U.B.C,  with his eyes but with his mind and his emotions  flame,  6ru4   slightly   realized   in   the  province.   ', ��� .   ,  While the tourist and visitor ^^ ^ret cell, ^o freedom  indiistry  is)  still  in  its  initial A 8a,n-    ,   ��� ���   X  stages    of:   development,    its Out into the rain,-and air so  .- ,   , -���      ,    >!.��� ������ many facets need direction arid  i ciean  The symbols he learns will only bd triggers to cot^dination> \nd�� th6  trave* i cie*n'  release the experience he already ha; stored up. bureau to Victoria, as a branch No ,on8er w,,ne��' *?* S������*  The clue to helping Johnny get ready for of Department of'Conservation     sce"*c*  school is to help him do what he can do now��� and j Recreation, is slowly get- And as I stood and gazed, on  not what Tie can do later. When he ^ required to S|^^1hatnSuSeS 1,hc wi"d���m ^^  he becomes" anxious and unhappy. It isn't fair to  do a task beyond his maturation or experience��� the mdustS"tO mature"*      ~  Away from -the garret pirates  Within a ifew years the-visi-  lore.  ADDITION to his[b|asic needs, Johnny needs  Experiences}. He hak a_k<en appetite fsr what  is Ibing on around htm. Everything is  iew for  Jotoiny. He needs trips an 1 activities t iat Will  expand his hojrizon and kive him a, sense Of being  aliye. The chjld whosfc jmb: t familiar weirds are  -.DOKT TOUCH is just is n uch at a disadvantage  lasL.the child  whose Jenv_nj>nment is  enjipty  or  iresltrcted.  'i    i   If you can't takelJohnrjy out into thfe world,  then) bring the1 world ft to h m. READ TO HIM.  R4ad to^him '{stories that ar ;J stimulating, rich in  'action, chanwtters, plots anc sub-plots. You read    psychology ^ ^^ ^^ ,vwm ������u .���,.  .  'thi: Words and let JoHnhy   ead'the pictures. Qo   son begin was told    Hurry home, nadam, you ue  fa  1963   ^hh "a  recorded i sh ill keen  ch^se_bpoks[ that encjoUra^ him to loolf and to    have already Jost the best five years ol his life.'     $151,000,000 spent by our [visi- 0f 7 '  Johnny's patterns for meeting problems are tors from  "outside the  pjrov- UI ^tc,-s n,gn'  the result of his past experiences. So expose him iliceX then it is readily assu- i  MccP*  taall of the|livingyou.<*an pack into his day. Make ��w that adtog the to-provuMse Memories past ckns't necr  it easy for him to takeieach step> in le?rning. Like SlcceeSl tens of^u^ 1^-. J  a swimming pool���m should be at lej to go. as trial  volume  in  a  few  short P  earrel h'8^ ^"ce whcrc  deep as he; wants to pr stay in the t hallow end. years. | childhood *Jiep|  ���^paries A. Bedford  ^'  child never  -r,  ���Okie;*-  is alwayi; reai  ities thajt \yi  READ-fHe  Johnny '��� acth'  broaden his horizons  Wfien heroes learn tf  knts to talk about and to  witl| his developing brain  present a task in which he has no chance of sue- tor Ind tourist industry wHl be Away from iho looms, midst  ceeding. He will only learn _<*�� stand  ailure: after a   n>ajor  aU-year-round  indus-     their magic spell,  he has tasted suecess.      '    7    "    '       . ^   o��   Pri^e   im^rtance   tQ Far from the garret, where the  The mother of a five .year old v-ho asked a ey^ segment of the provin- - '   ^        JJ   t  rhologist when should jthe education of her "aL^S;^ nA^lt V?tnZ!,Vi  u'zZ ...������ .^a ��u,.   '. u ���   ,,���^���m  ia total dollar volume and val- Yet childhood drA  1 think:���^booksf that he  ' asw questions. Keep u  Wer'\  Johnny'4 attitude! tbwrirds learning, wliether  eiit^iusieistic ind inter jsted, or bored, oi  defiant  wjiH depend upon his past experiences. Artificial . , ... .  exercises iikd-r-find tiie oie that is larfeer���has    Pushing him into deefp water will net make him     Such a potential already, and  tdfi little for'the mind! {As me mother sfid, "My    enJ��y il more nor teach him to swi pn)-well. - He much  more  in  two  or  three-! - J  j   7  ' tors' anvnUulde findine- tle larger    can only respond in terms of his own maturation yes��rs,   offers   investment   andy^tjL   ���*   r iVfiz.  nas ^ny iraiennaing ire larger    ^ Experiences employment possibilities of ma-if lu**' Little  There i* no'M tliinL as BEFORfe HE IS : Operi'up tomorrow for Johnn^ and don't ^ ���gnitude throughout B.C  where spiders  y for somethtog. Give?   sPoiI today*  sharpen  h !s  mind,  Mpst  people   are   bc  ~v~*L  thMe pissages of ScrMUre they.   per.   We  wish him  well!   Perhaps  As,',   ttint    ,inA*retf,Hyt.   hi, ��� th*        . e . ..-       ',,     l . j      1 .,        JT  do not  pa.1 sages  Galatians wro  ,c;OD'Sj GOODNESS  AND  PAjjbpN HS letter lb the.  I in! my bkly the m��rks.  |jjp ��loiibt  bad. seen  sla/es  tjranded  with   t  I inark which meant that they  ' 4-   for  lite.   This   slav4  bei slave ratier than  t  the  an 1 enrich his feelings,  reac he will not he reading  iaate Messages  lams, for e'er  (Chilliwack Progress)  Bird  I've sat here almost half a day,  j haven't hardly stirred,  And yet I havent seen a sign  Of that tale-bearing bird.     ���  He tel  I don't  He's such an awful tattle-tale,  thefed   by  understand; bu   ... the  that bother m> ���. are those  / qp un lerstand". ��� wfark Twain  GRACE*  ot the Lord J<sus7' Paul  ie owner's  werb bound to the own  as   something  co npulsion  laid  e, "I bear  chosen   by  .-.���..     upon  him.  Paiil felt bound to thij Ore" who had iDught him  with the "pries" of His own . ilood \. .'. the Christ. In  Ihe service c_ His Mister, he had suffe ed endless  hardship, but he had also ijoundipeace arid joy, and  'above all freedom. Jesu; hal said.' "If the Son makes  / you frec_ye shall be free int eed;" so. Paul  rould speak  ; iiu ctu,    ay. loui    ;uuiu  KpcaK      -j���   ~-   ...v.-..   .fv���   ...^   .-.^   ..-..   .........   -..��   ,<,   uuu- -   . ,  jf tie children of God." Many    tentive to the road ahead. Experience is a-great teacher; two-car family  of the ''glorious liberty  blaim freedom as a licilnce to do as one bleases, but  find - tHemselves slave q that wherein tHey thought  to be free.. So Jong as nan! has to obey h s own pas-  |sions ' and emotions ani il :sircs, he* _|s i othing less  'thitn a slave But the _*hri itian is th. fr x man for  Christ is m control of it's whole life and it is in this  ever   widening   circle  cf  Clod's "goodness   and   grace  Jj  !����  99  as  s Mum  jverything,  IN A |WORLD loaded'with gadgetkjmd "convenience"  foods presented in  a thousand  different ways we are still lacking a "zippered"  sausage. ,An English sausage manufacturer has  undertaken   to   produce   such   a   sausage.   He LITTERBUGS, that's what Ave  says some people like skins on their sausages    are! " -  and some don't. His firm is experi nenting with    Not^ onlyWith   ice   cream  a sausage skin that will have a "built-in" zip- wrappers, cigarette stubs, pop7!A���fl _ .. .-������ .     j  -    ���       '      1 .t.     ...    v   *.���**.  \.^^   **.a _:.:.-ttJ^bTlJAnd so. Ive got a pinch ofj  know hovr-he does it]  though,  I've only heard him sing.      ���  ;  r_-.    ..,    ......    _���   the  wiener com hoxes  and -miscellaneous  manufacturers will  bid on  the patent  so that trash  but also  on  a  grander  shopping husbands will no longer fi c<f the mem- sca?e*        X  ory test which requires them to reinelmber whe-    How manyibui-dings does one  ther the good wife asked fof "skinless" wieners. ^ss   *hic.hi  !-ave   obviously  salt  To put upon his .tail,  Cause that's a Remedy I've  heard, "  Thats never known to fail.  $7  Ai  been abandoned for years and  have .eleafly l>ecn. long unfit for  human   habitation?-1 And    yet;""'"*"  they  remain! there,    gradually!!     _        _j    , w  rouing and lagging, with mossy BZCti��I3:PkmmVLA���<fos&&,  i  and   slime  ispreading   by   dc-  , .. food for ihough* grees throuS>* rotten timbers.  And how about old wrecks of  automobiles Which some people  Those who gSze too much upon the i iast, who think consider make  a   suitable  ad-  too much about what might have been, arc running ornmeht for their    front,    or  something of the same risk as the driver who keeps his back, yard? Perhaps they feel-  eyes too much upon his rear-view mirror and is inat- 't gives them the status of a  Published Wednesdays  at Sechelt  on B.C.'s Sunshine Coast.  Sechelt Peninsula Times Ltd.  Box 381-Sechelt, B.C.  Servipg the area from  Port Mellonjto Egmont  (Howe Sound io Jervis Inlet)  it is the road we have been over. But thi wrecks in the     ^?e cahi bi course, legislate  rear aren't the ones we are now trying t< avoid. It's thc gainst the  most  flagrant  of-  curves ahead that count now. Whatever mistakes wc have      , ^  Bu[l e!seIn-iallJ'.  }t <***     Douglas Gt Wheeler, Editor  head. Thi* h life', i���_i,._iM�� ���l��� ?? thS ^dividual to ex-     / S^B. Alsgard, Publisher  made, ou.icmly w^y put is ahead. This is life's inflexible ercise ^ oWn sense of    ^  formula. What has been and, might have been may well. in his environment. :  is our cause of  serve as a warning���but what' may yet be  first concern.     -  Shakespeare said, "What's past is pi ologue."  In a country as beautiful as  this, it is a pity that some peoi  pie- do not seem to have this  Subscription Rates;  (to advance)  l'Year.$5b_ Ycars,$9  3 Years $13  U.S. and Foreign $5.50  f.-.  ^1-  *  I  4  - : "V   :  ��� *.-  Mr     -  I     "���    -  I        '- \ .
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The Secheit Peninsula Tenes
*~cd., June 17, 1964 Pege 5
Port Mellon news
Church opening 18*90 _
SAID TO BE the greatest assemblag*^q of ylndians on
record marked the opening of the Sechelt Roman
Catholic ychurch on the Sechelt Indian reserve, June 10,
1890. The paddle steamer "Yosemite" made a special
Trip in for the occasion. Fire struck in 1906 and the
church was completely destroyed. Present church was
built" a few years later. 7
ers
Hlght
TheMardiZ&ras
Editor, The Times'
- Sir—On May 50, as most of
the Peninsulas residents know,
the Elphinstone . Sacondary
School'" Students' Council spoh-
sdred a Mardi.Gras. Each class
had a booth - to operate. The
materials were provided, by the
students' council or-fey the students  themselves.
During the day of the event,
approximately'' ten lo 12 adults
were preiSrt^One dczsn adults
in an entire jday! -       "-
One could count many more
cars than that at the liquor establishments. What's the matter with the parents of the community,  don't yeu care!
Some parents wore asked
why they had not attended. Tha
answers were: "Oh1, but. I was
too busy," or "I never heard
about it"; or "I just sent the
kids by themselves. Well, isn't"
that ust dandy! Don't the parents and adults girs a hack
whether a school project is a
successor not.
The students start a project,
a good project, only to have- it
flop  right to  their faces, be-
-=*Qpmions by our Readers
cause of-tack" of adult support-
It's about high titoe some bf
you adults ccme .out on thesa
occasions and took a Icok at_
vhat tha young people can accomplish on their own. You 11
be to for one big surprise at
th? results! .
i KE.V BABA
Can the junk
Editor .The Tims
Sir—May I compliment you
en a fitting /nrply to the. childish letter m your newspaper cf
June 10. Every* community has
it's trouble mak:-rs, too bad
this person tock it upon himself to involve cthsrs, for I
feel sure thsre. are %*ery few
people to tha. Pender Harbour
area who would wish to associate ^hemsslves with such vindictive attacks.
i sincerely trust you will put
your feat down in future and
keep such rubbish ,out cf your
excellent paper, such stuff is
to h? found to the type of publication which caters to the
low mentality and m most cases emanates from the bottle-
Most reasonable members of
b    NOTICE     x
X. Frank E. Decker, D.Q.S.
OPTOMETRIST
will hot be in his Gibsons'office^hily \, 8, 15 and
Z22, due to holidays—* will tfe^J-here on July 29th*
Ond every Wednesday thereafter.
FOR APPOINTMENT PHONE 886-2166
tha community have* no desire
to szz ''a decent weefcijr newspaper fctoed with tow litera-
tare. we lock to yea to keep up
the gosdworfc. Of recent weeks
the Seiheit Psntosula Times
has beep transformed, we like
it this wav. -
INTERESTED READER-
Editor's  note:   We  have  received other requests  to  keep
the pap_r free from the type
of a busa referred to by the wri-
tsr. Any responsible letters are
always    acceptable    but    any-'
thtog   reptasjnttog   mud  sitog- :
ing will to 'future end up in the" \
trash b3X. together with those. \
-from   people   who   attempt   toj
dictate what should and sitsuM ]
nbt   be *j|ublisb3d- X
Kids vs. Liquor
Editor. Tha Timas j
Sir—What a shame it is to f
see the ballplayers on the.Pen- }
insula piajThail to some of the j
1 run-dowa fields they have to {
play ca. Is this the best wef
can do for our kids? I. don't |
think tha htld at Sechelt has |
bent touched at all this year, {
with t§e excaptiott of the work I
the bays did on it themselves. |
One of these days one of the j
boys *is going to get hurt by I
a bad bouncing ball after it hits {
one cf th* holes or bumps in I
the_fl2ld. tbsh they will h_com:_ j
ball shy and - ruin ^a. possible J
career.. Jb       ""   -1
The Babe Ruth team from J
Gibscns hasn't even got a field j
to play en. This, makes it nee- j
essary for them to travel to Se-f
chelt foe every—ona. of thsirf
games, on a week night-game I
they da not get home until 10}
p.m. sometimes, and this is toof
late when they have to get up J
for school the next "day. j
One «thec thing that bothers!
me i> thoway things are run'
by the League. What is the {
reason that the kids, if they I
win the cup locally, cannot go|
on to b^ter thtofs. .    j
There are seme potentially'
good players here on the Phi-?
insula and they haven't got as)
much of a chance as a snow-J
bail to Hades of going any-J
where, as there isn't-any where-'
for them to go. Can't this lea-f
gue join*thc- EC league and let]
some of tbe players get off this
Peninsula king enough to* get
a real break? ""
a " ' '   ' V
1 If as much *time. money *and
effort was spent oa seeing^ to
it that th:. kids had something
to do with their time and ■talent as there L> to getting to the
liquor -stare befsre it closes..
we   may get" somen,here.  "
SPECTATOR
-—By Linda Macro
VISITORS
_^ Visitors at th« home of-Mr.
- and Mrs. V. Mueikr *f re 3t-*-.
Ma_l_er's - sistrr and * fata"!.,
Mr.  and Mrs    Fred  Oh*- a*d
' ssns Tommj- and Jimmj **f
Rxhraood, -BC. ' '  \
Visitors at the  Moose home
. over the weekend were.- my
grandpart-sts. Mr. and. -Mrs.
Purser. ra>\ cr>Uito Mr. Srent
Anderson and his Gaceee AL**_
Sandy Hatted all b_*4\"cw
Westmmsttr. We %;rt pleasantly- sarpr-^ed os the S^ada-*
ttith sr visit from my , a_;S *r<_
uncle Sir.' and Sirs. Ct-cii- Lut-
les. Xaw' W-jitnusstct*- jThcy
arrived in their boat ,Re..ksr.'
tied up at the dock and «sap_-
ed thi scenery and aurre~*:d-
ings, bot mt the -smell.    I
IN  HOSPfTAL ^ *
Miss Barbara Gant las.|bcca
a patisct * to Bamaby' G^peralT
Has^ilal   fcr   th.    pa*t'u;^Jt
whers- sh^^undarwect "-surfecr."*
Dont forget the WA :card
night. c*__ Jim^ ITth a . S ;p ta.
to thc- dsnrh baaetnect" *AI>»
t!_e P«=eic,ula Budjje C~U .^ll
hjkl "their bridge rfjritf ta
JonA22 at S p.m. 7
FOR SALE i
31 FOOT GILLHETTIR,:
cct-^:e;e o-^d tecc. tc fee. |» rf-
<*r^r.   end   re*   Grey . f-**-'**
-    enc'tr^e.       !
Price §2,000*  ;
OME   HYLON   5<KK£tf .NET
5",* 60  rr-esh  cees.   Gzyrg'.t'i.
»,th   S.."€5   c*d   reoJy   *j_ <;:-
.*-■ Used r*-a ■♦efJ-s. Cf*i-»... . ,
Pnce $350.00
OKI KYLOH FALL NtT,
6   t/S'%? 60 r-*S*r cc-*c, Czr*>-
-    -       jiefe **-**" t*»**5.
Price $225.00   :
~   * OLLIE SLADEY |   t
"        t*e4*lt9 Perk*     •**   * "
Ph«ne 883-2233
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The Great Breakfhru 1
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Wads-   time  since 1557! that invest-  to continuer through  **v-^.*y,*->".*: ��--  IV ^s**'- *"**7 -X. s?  r\y" iVC"* <?'  *��&*'  advance^ is being provided I y  increased business spending fir  new    plant    and    equipmen t,  Progress marches or        ! higher  outlays  for new houjs-  NEJW BLACKlIIOPPINGIhas made a vast improvement   in8> continued strong demaifd  to'the Pendfer H'arbbjir Hotel. Th!s is the first step   for.'�� *?***��$ T/t? con-u'  w "ic i ^TP*    �����" ^it l~,    i����aar,#f,lV ���'����   q-  nnmnWo    J***"****",durables and further gai is,  pl*^-^��^ to  merchandise  exports,"   he  improvement p^jan. Access to the hote*j*and a large park-  worth, president of the Canadian Imperial Bank of! Com-;  merce, said in-a report on the Canadian economy that  the fact that there have hee>i few excesse^ ! so far in  the expansion ^enhances prospects fori f|iirther: gains.  ���Stimulus for the continuirg  area are now avail  I HAD NO ideja  ���   I my two rt  hungry7 ants t  ^the1 next feiv !  ants" ~wefe  -th|^ * highest  and such was'"*  people look Uki;  "Well if swarming through my  j house," which is  ihusin.ess, and ch  sugar; cakes, etc.  less is the Seme*,  ahoiit the town  ment spandtog increased/faster than Gross Ma tion al Product���and the increase this  year ri^ay be even greater.  Last year there was an 8.8  , percent' increase  in  the  total  ed to capital goods, automo- of chartered ban!, deposits, and  l^il^i and pafrts, find industrial currency to the {hands of the  materials.!   !       : 7 public.   General  loans  of   the  Gross1 National Product to chartered banks rose by 10.5  1963 was S43.007 million, ah to- percent and the [strong demand  crease of 6.6 pejreeht over the for loans has continued dur-  196?  jettrrent  dollai*- value  of    ing the early part of 1964.  .oeds,  of what  ders wh_i  at tormei?  lonths. I  1 *���By Ed Green  said. 1.   - f  j     -.������'; . a  "However, a new set of ect h-  omic problems may b:. emei}g-|  ing���those arising from  exc  sive -demand, and'ihcluding  tog costs and prices.  "Our success to recognizijng.  the signs cf they emergence  was stirring up when I asked   such developments and our  was bad for those lean and   solution in taking steps to cbr. . .     . ,.  most Peninsula residents in    rixt them, Should they  an5e vg^bin x-olume a.sjin the years  vas- indignantly informed that   will be important to deterdin    ls&t> >�� 1J5S-  form   of   bivtilization - kilQwn   ing the subsequent course r  of life thai they made mere   the,economy," he said  Last   year   say   substantial!  IheGjNP and 4.6 percent over  the 1962 volume. A]ne'w record  ya$ set in real output per capita. The advance j in activity  was broadly j .based land production, J emplpymentj tocomes,  profits, conj.umptioH and.- foreign ! jtrada all reached record  levels. Capital spending also  set a record in terms of current  dollars hut  was   not   as  their way  murdering barbarians (as if w^uweren't)  r  none cf their  pwtog up ii|y  which is still-  of civilizatiin  hems" and a fine car but jhe  said: to hell with it and w-ant  back to what would kill.jnbst  men, hand logging. For ihosje  efora and I  than I am glad It am a barb-    who don^tknow, and there are  L    '--���*- ������"    - * '" " ' an. awful lot ofmodern loggers  who-id|n't, hand logging means  just. that.    _.  / You locate a claim close Jto  or alongside tide water and  you're on your own. No power  ! arian' 1 said it- :  , say 'M again, I am in full agree-  ' ment! with that jmteent scien-,.  tistT3 llack Scott |f the Vancouver jSun who sifiade a close  studji of them for the length  pf iime. it :tocl|f .his   wifs7j|o    equipment'such as an Ttfram  ^*_el!^ever^Lto-ri5-,0f.5ea:,\Yp        donkay setup off shore is allow-  fbr toeir garden!) !  b        ed. The only concession to po-  4  improvement- to the international balance of payments situation. Further significant * regress may be'�� expected 1 his  year. -  -\  -'Fortunately, : exports ire  likely to rise at least as much  as imports," Wadsworth sniiif.  "Shipments of "wheat arid flmr  in the January to July per Q<i,  .resulting from last years" saf  I provide- basic strength to  ports. Even if shipments to  MIGHTY   FIGHTERS:  Few regiments to the world  have as many battlejhonors as  the Royal���HigKTanders, who  served; in America during the  American revolution. The regiment: was originally raised  about/1668,! for the purpose of  keeping peace in the/highlands.  Its officers and men adopted  a dark tartan for their uniform and this is how the regl*  E^cjessss   have   been   avoid-    ment! got the name by which it  latter part c^the J"gar*-^evert^,7*-,<k"J,f.- i.l -   :,���-��� ,    "'  to   more   noi^l. fell   ufe^fonf ^ ^enoipg-.tor dur..  Unsaid,: -and-^I agree, Ihait    wer ^ a ^er saw, no more,    f ar's to^ ��*���? stiU ,!��Np' ! pSceff'to 2?.$ merfaJe  -     "   .rst inhimad, -    v...-  ���������   ���.���u.I^ A   ���     30 .perpent over last year's. D^-��� Perce^1 m iaw ^a are  they! are  the  w  ^iU^S^^ ._4^;^4^v^^-..DEF_iii-B  $PrENc|lN6. DOWN  hrs-j; a different breed. The:  c))nfe squirting c ut to a black1  chain and when., ycu have paved their favorite >ath with DDT  they- take to the.;; ilr and-brajnch  orut with wtogs >ig enough: to  support a B17 botober.  f'Of cc  course * aU:  Gil-  pendirnr^n   the   ODtt-tum  crops in the Soviet Union  radian ob^ct But must climb.  �� ������?��& b7a^^^    ���^ewhe��.  an^ thP succeN  ,yar iW,^,*S^iMi.^1��!_^  not even    -^ fc* ^^ ^^  to get  this   is - tai an  care   of   by..-Dii.   Lincatteum,  hekd of/the Ltocaneum. Socii ty.  tfevpted to the study of a its  ind   Who"gives!!thefee   vicious  jing   by  telling   >f  their   mmy  a mule.  i     -i  -  That, to short, is hand log:-  gihg. You have to be a skook*  um bit Of man to do it. Tim  is of 60jyea[rs of age too and  he   is   all  o:   that   Don't  fool  yourself jthe_ hand-loggap   picks  small trees!  Tim kpocled one down one  time anil gtt it to the water  and thei asked the local auto  dealer il h^ would give him a  new far for!the tree. The dealer  a short sighted man no longer  in businpss, laughed and ridiculed Tim'si [proposal. He didn't  laugh wl,en"Jthat same tree sold  for mot e than- the car was |  worth.: I. was one of the last i  ed. Consumer credit outstand  ing is up substantially, but not  Jo a point' j where I repayments  have become burjdensome in  relatinn to personal income.  Price jincreasss have been  moderate.- Inventory accumulation Has hot; beejn a major  factor to the upturn': There has  not been general! over-expansion of productive! capacity-^-  to fact, prospecU for 1964  growtti are basedj partly on  th? nricessary expaiision of productive capacity f^ keep pace  with, current demand.  is   ibest    known���The    Black  todi.ca|tioHs (that the increase  will be as great or greater to  1964. ! ... - ���|  *'*vi|.  . the  of  vanishing bred.  :  ���1*  ;  . *-        |-  ,  |  '-  '1    "     i  virtues, which Scott and my: elf  found to  be  non-existant.  >r. Ltocaneun ,j a very en in-  enjt mycrocologis^^which is a  fifteen/dollar n*.pie for anvi^it  watcher is aided and aW;ed ,,    -,  W/another chafiinamed Larcit- "of tha ftig Jones,-nine fwt or  dip Heam whoMescribes ih?- "better a the butt and Holding  only sensible thing the male is S"^1 we||UP *h2 trunk; a|  ants, do* they psend the h dy\ naturaI Pe<"��*'' a!mo"*t all the  arits ; off to rwar and, stay' be-7 7"*vay. Gofid Juf.k to Tim, one of  hiiwl tb make 'k brew sotiat\ the*last  wAeni .life lacly ants return b ith  thfeiif jprisonersl; they havfe a  hip o^d time eating the ch tic-  est prisoners and washing"*!!] em  down- I with high power ~brpw  ("this I is civilifeatton? j  !They also stlect the cholfest  toales and females for rna  purposes   only   and   they]  trjaated    to    tie   finest^  ft  Wjhilsj: i the othiirs are ted s iec-  ial   rations, that   remove \ Jany  romantic   *(notions    and   -j I hey  move likeauiomatoms.    \  ! [Here endeth the** first, sedond  and last.lesson on those cjrim-  my little creatures called !ants.  They are^welcjome-4o my beard  at "any time as I am 'now is irv-  DEFICIT DECREASES  In recent ye^rs Canada  been narrowing, the current  count deficit of the balanci  Intsmational   pajmients.  ireversal of this ��� trend at  ���._  present time,: when capital j irh-  ports from "t^ie  United   States ~[jj  are  inhibited! by   the pen ling  Interest Equaliiaticart Tax leg-,  islation,  could lead to seiious  difficulties."  I j  Besides high export sales jof  grain, gains j are . likejy f< r j a-  wide range of industrial m iter-  ials. Further increases are also  anticipated for; fully manufapt-  ured goods, j including a cdn'*!  sidsrable- increase to foreign  sales by producers of motor  vehicles ���and motor vehicle  parts. , .  The   expected   rise   inj toi-  ports will litely be concemtrat-  A   five  percent j increase, to  total government spending for  Surplus Equipment  FOR SALE  ^D8 CAT 13A MODEL  Hydraulic  blade- Hyster winch  Price $12^00  M YARD TftACK  SHOVEL  Complete with shovel front ond  35-ft.   dragline  boom,  CM.  diesel powered  X    Price $4,000    ,  1 De VILBIS PAINT  SPRAY COMPRESSOR  with 1 HP electric motor  ':siADE\rN  LOGGING LTD.  MADEIRA PARK, B-CI  Phone 883-2233  tog cyanide sandwiches aijc  DT cocktails with a blast jf :om  a I propane fla me thrower las a  cnaser.  ' Saw Ting "^ ewcome4 th0 bth-  er dayv I Have known; ��im  many years and he isn't & lay  olasr. The only time he thr iat-  eh|ed to age was when h!e Jre-  tirjed. The lpnger^jie rptijred  the more tired ho got He! M^d,  anil still has, a lovely mbdkrn  f  D-  ct  Tenders will be received until 12 o'clock noon tin  Saturday, June 20, %964 for the transportation .f  students in the following areas:���  (a) fENDER HARBOUR���boat���2 year contra  (B) EGMONT���boat���1-year corn.act  Furtheif particulars ond Forms of Tender may p  obtained at the .School Board office. Contractors!  must provide suitable boats and obtain adequate  public liability insurance coverage. '  Tenders will be openec^at the board meeting at 8  p.m. on Monday, June 22nd. The lowest or aiy  tender will not necessarily be accepted.  THE BOARD  ^TtCHOOi  liTRUSTEI-Sl  School District No. 46 (Sechelt)  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  i.ililiill!!li!i!llll.llllllllRlil��Ifpaiilli!ll!I!!��!!JllilHilll^  This free remirfder of coming events' is a Service of  SfeCHELT AGENCIES LTD. Phone Sechelt Peninsula  jmes direct for free listings, specifying "Dote Pod".  Please note that space is limited ond some advance dates  may have to wait their turn;.also that this is a "reminder"  listing only and cannot always7 carry full details.  June 17���W.A. card night, Church Basement. Pt. Mellon, 8 p.m.  June.22���Peninsula Bridge Club,  Bridge night; 8 p.m.  Junb 23���Kinsmen, Ladles' night, Ole's Cove,  8 p.m..  June ^26���Sechelt Hospitol Aux. Business Luncheon,  II :30 o^n. to 2:00 p.mi Hospital Cottage. Everyone Welcome.  June 27���-Lions,  Lions Ladies  Initiation Ole's; Cove,  7  !  p.m. ��� '"       . *       !  June 29���O.A.P. Meeting, Gibsons.  100 ft: waterfrontage  ,       Only $18,000.00 F.P.  3 BEDROOM HOME        i  Excellent potential as Boat Rental and Tourist  Accommodation.  7  See Bob Kent).r 885-4461  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  REALTY ond INSURANCE  Wharf Road. Phone 885-2161  -�����      -   .v^   .. . ^j^ <a.yv.-<,s ��.��-��-i'*yw^>-.-'i5ii��c!'JVJfc_^^;^^^ jt!__^_j__S__S!__S ***&<��  *&?��  ���Vl-1    *   .v.    *"_l  ,'y'r--   .- :-  ' *."*" -tT*"*-'������"**.������  IS*-   <*.''*&:'. 'i  _ j* ir -r 1 ��� *      ��� ��� i  il-*: ���*_. J  | Golden Book Board  ^OARD  SHOWING  sample  labels  for  Golden  Book  aroused /considerable interest at the Tea and Bake  sjile held by the Pender Harbour Auxiliary ;to St. Mary's  ospital;       7    bbbb :   Ay y        7��� =  JeaABake sale success at Pender        ^  DESPITE the very wet day tha    toons and-Mrs. W. Peipsr.Jr.  J tea   and  bake  sale held  by "     '* "        *    ��-���--���-  the Pender Ha rbour "Auxiliary.  to St. Mary's Hospital on May  2t, was a success and introduced. theGplden Book for Charity money raising project. Pri-  zjes were-wort-by Miss E. Sim-  The Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wed., June 17, 1964 Page 7  At Sechelt . . ��� I  - __ .  , . ��  Ho^ita]rAuxiliarY t  hold final I meeting  MRS. J.:REDMAN chaired tile final meeting of the Sechelt Auxiliary to SL Mary's Hospital in the Hospital  Cottage on June 11-. This proved to be a very busy meet-  ing asit was the last of the summer season.   /-"  A vote of thanks was-extend-     "  Jl  A board with "sample labels  for Golden Book ior Charity  products was en display and  attracted much-attention! _ Anyone interested tohelptog collect  thesa labels can contact Mrs.  R. Nisid at 883-2341.  ed to Mrs.:E.Graffe and Mrs.  A- Wilson for convening a very  Worthwhile concession booth on  May Day, also fo Mrs. C. Connor and Mrs. T. Squoin. for  -their efforts put into the float  which took first pme to it's  category.  Mrs. - AJ WHiams. sewing  convener announced the drapery material for the hospital  and ths nurses residence has  arrived, and would be glad of  any help to making them up.  They  have -dans   a   wonderful  job on the bedside draw curtains. A vote of thanks went  out to all tfce ladies wbo helped to this.  1 Arrangements for the Friecd-  ^-sirip Tea to be beH at the St.  Hilda's Hall." Wed.. Jane_ it are  completed and Mrs. C. Connor,  convener, has planned ea giving two; prizes "tor the best  hats, hoping.everyone will turn  put to their own. icrsatiaas-. -  |   Mrs. Otteweil, _j��gionaI Rep-  jresentative has been7invited a-  tong with tsveral cther_gj;--:e.  A besineia lu_____c-crs. is bring plsi^irrd! for June 3C to Li  held at Jhe Hospital Cottage  .from I_:_Q$_..m. to *_:Go pn."  "It will be cafeteria st* |e *���:"!_  a very special old _a_hi<_r.i-d -  clam cho��tlcr c__ the ���jr.-.*."  Mrs. 0. Moscrto conviR-r, z-  kng -_ith a frkrsd. Mr*. >_-  JackJOti .are- going out to d.g  the clams the day before the  luncheon. Eveiyo&e weiqeme  Tea 7 and \ a gaily derated  cake was served to honor <4.  Mrs. W. Birtnick ��ho fc planning to depart for England in  Sept* shere -she- ahd Dr. Burt-  nick will spend a year. I    f  the Sept.* meeting |ill- bc  held cm thi third Thurfday oi  Sept. because the BCHA convention is jbetog held <Sn Sc-pU  S.'lG and li to Vaccomer-f  ���* *? A***-  ?���*  i -ii-**  '.*.-:i. -  i *   ><��*V_  AA%1  cm  �����*.**  *'. ���>f,  '-'������*,-.  V'H-J%  .>���*��� si  C. E. S1C0TTE  bulldozing setvfer  Lend Cleorioj - Erea*f*ia#  ead Rc__ Building  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 886-2357  SUNSHINE COAST  SERVICE  Specialized Body  ^^ Repairs  ��� FREE KTtMATES^*  WILSON CREEK  PHONE 885-4466  I News and Vfews  ft i  '        ' I   ' s  I of your business leaders  [GAROS  SHOE; STORE  Sechelt, B.C. - Pft. 885-95X9  "Specialist In foot care"  immMmmmmm^mmmmmmmmmm  lJ& $. Traaspoff Lti.  '    SERVING THE SUNSHINE COAST:  "* Gibsons  886-2172  Vancouver  Tr. 9-5388  Sub  Agents  to  Bekins  Moving _ond  Storage  WORLD-WIDE MOVERS  Free Estimates. ' : Call Collect  FRED JORGENSEN  EUROPEAN TRAINED BARBER  Yoa!look and feel lite  -   A new man  -    .-. -"--   * .    - - -'-_'  Next to Pool-Room Seehelt  Shelf Oil Distributor  GIBSONS, B.C.  Phone 886-2133  Walk On it! 1  Sleei^ On It!  Eat Oft It!  aeanW^^  \  Listen To It!)  Watch It!  Cook With It!  j  Clean #iffh It! ^  OR    ���""[  Just Plain Like jit!  ^Ydu Can SAVE 0n At-.  ^ AT '!    .  Indian Isle  Marina  FR.S.NCIS PENINSUl-A  -\ PENDER HARBOUR  Everything for the Boot Owner  Shell Marine Prod.  j  Shell M  rgMMMiiwi<-_- _��� ��� ���*  Phone 883-2444  ���Tii ���   ��� i~ ^.^-^1  RUBBER STAMPS  commercial! printing  ....-- " $ *~ ?      i-' -���*��� ~ *7 I  see;  - *��  _:  The Times  Helenas  Shoppe  1   "AfuKHael-f  Marfcrie Hemlft����  ��re��tie^a'*,  Ball Block Mcrifle Drire  Si      ^  Sr  j   Gibsons  Phone 886-9f 41  ��..-  j   |   Seehelt  BENNER BROS.  Phone 885-2058   j  i  V-h!  leiier  FURNITURE AND PAINT,  ..j       STORE- "'"j.::!    .-  NEW CHESTEHFIELD SUITES  NEW XnD^USEO EVERYTHING  COME IN AND BROWSE  SECHELT  i^Phone 88S-2058  IN7ERlOff& EXTmOR  i  etal Lt<  Oil Heating      T^as Furnaces  Sheet Metal j  Gibsons  Phone 1886-9961  ������ ^���-i<-_r_TJ'J-***^'-^'*  PENINSULA hi  MOTOR PRODUCTS  (1957)1 LTD. { 1  I COMPLETE LINEl   f  j GENERAL MOTORS \  \ CARS ANO TRUCI^ j  | AUTOMOTIVE PARTSl  | BODYtSHOP    s J  |      SPECIALIZED  REPAIRS  ** i ' t   '-- *  {       Adjccent to Ycur New Ho^itcl    -  j   Seehelt, B.C- |   Phcne 885-2U1  \.\  t-  i  \t  .*_.*-���.  .-   \      -���������_'-��� - -n -'    ! -    -   -r������, - ----- ,   ,    q.vY,"'t.   ���.������" ATA.    -;  "a-1  :-.:��:. ...i  _. fl  ftoge 8 the Seehelt Peninsu  i   i  mixing  -r*  4UST' BEFORE serving,  |l    jquickjy in colfl water  the)* will! lose a great $es  bowl  a Times, Wcjd.; June 17, 1964    cup sugar, l tablespoon lemon  juice,   1   envelop^   gelatir  tabespoon), Vi|cup cold wjator,  salt,  2 egg whites, V* teaspoon  ���Kitchen Hints to Help You  wash the berries gently and   crush   thoroughly  Do not so.ik in water since  I of their ol'iginal food value  V_ cup whi. ping  blaked   pastry  and! become watet* logged. HulMhe berries after washing.1,'Drain thoroughly ih a colander orj on several thick-  ri'es^jes of paper toweliitg. i   "-;���:      [ ~~       '  ' ''The hdme economists of ith6,   while combine egg white and  then  l.W  v_  Stir in th;  lemon   jiiite.  \Cfonsumer Section,- Canada iDe  partment;  of  Agriculture   offer  three | copl \and  tempting  des  ! alerts, || featuring the_f|_  June mi  T|leS'!      i "I '  STRAWBERRY   PARFAIT   |,  , ill j'I" A! | deluxe   blendi of   froien  icreanv ajnd jewel-red berri<js.  salt and beat until stiff but not  dry. Pour hot syrup slowly  - over egg whites, ��� beating constantly, then continue,to beat  until mixture is cool. Fold in  sieved strawberries. Whip the  cream and! fold .into egg mix-  Vi cup sugar;  cream, 9-inch  shell.  Wash and hull berries,  (about  cups crushed)  cup sugar- atjid  Soak gelatin ip c^ld wateij for  5 minutes, then -dissolve over  hot water. Add to straw! erry  mixture and combine thorqugh-  par-  tially set, then beat thoroughly.  figfi  su-  mix-'  (1  Wekkly i Rambles  j | i ���by Tom Jones  MISS GEORGIA Warn of Gibsonsf will be the swimming  instructor for ithe Wilson Cn��ek. Sechelt and Halfmoon flay- area. Tidies and dates have not yet been  set. Thd Kinsihen wil! be sponsoring the classes as they  have in] the past. All are invited to join. ' , '  c   Mrs. il. Crockett and Mrs.    ��� "-" V  E. Cradddck,  cousins of Mrs.  F. G. Cbsfca of Porpoise Bay  Road visited him for the first  linucin 35 ysars.  Make  a   meringue of the  whites, salt and remaining  gar and fold into | gelatin l  ture. Beat the cream until stiff,  cream anq ioiq ,inu> egg mix- .hf�� fold &f9 b|}t thoifodfiWy  ture.  Tur3 into'freezer  trays .*-**   a   ge]at"l ^^ff"  J" rrn   -    -     u   -,.      9-,--��    or parfait glasses  and  freeze ��*- baJ*:e$  P"*/*   shell   and  I'jptot bop* strawberries, % pit    untif firm | Let stand at ��� chill untrJ1 firm  If .desired. giir-  Np&fo ' Vk  cup   water,   2 feg*    temperaturfe  10 to 15 minute.    msh   w\th   a-Mi-M-al   **������*&*  /.,   KvhitesL_-J5A   teaspoon   salt, ,j .f    before, sen ing. Six to eight scr~   cream strawberries.  STRAWBERRY SHERBET  . _ "A coal and refreshing end  STRAWBERRY CHIFPON PIE ' B    *  "A soft pink cloud in a_ ten-  shell."  June 9 was the dra-  for the pupils of t{ie  Landing    Elementary  whites, -JV4 teaspoon salt, t  pint Shipping cream (|Vi cups|  '..II Wash 'ind hull sjh'awberr|e-,  thenl.jcnish and pregs througli  aj sleye.j Combine! -sugar ami  \?ater \and-boil to "the threat 1  stafed (230 to 234?, F.). Mdai -  'Ihyfour Gp  1 ������������  THE TERMS  der pastry  ing to a meal. *'  3   cups   washed  and    Trailed  strawberries, **4 cup suga*,  1   pint  tjox  strawberries,  V_   ���teMpoon sa{f> a4 ;cup hot  den  ���A  water, 1 tablespoon lemon juice,  I envelope gelatin (1 tablespoon), Va cup cold water,; 1  egg' white, 2 tablespoonsj sugar.  Crush and sieve strawberries.  Add sugar; salt, hot water and_  lemon  juic'-e. ' Soak  gelatin  in  ~��By yjoiir gardener 4��� The Old Rake  'Stopping": and  "Distudding" are fre  ,, . .quehtly used in gariW columns Jhese two opera-   ZTJS^T^i^i then  tions can be considered to have exactly* opposite effects,   dissolve oyer hot water   Add  -'Stopping, ,or pitching oiit the growing tip of a shoot is   to   strawbem-   mixture - com-  'done to increase the numtjjer of shoots or to ensure that  .'any pewj shoots  that develppr       .,\vilL, be"~cbnfined jto a partkt  jlar part lof the 'plant. The iliti  j va ate i effect of | stopping is, tl  J distribute the flow of sap frs  ,the | roots over I a,! wider fiel  , Stopping j often becomes nefe  -sary'to ensure that a sufficijerft  are   large  .enough  to, handle.  rjumber of shoots are produce 1  at sail level. "This not only ,er  Hances, the^ api��arance jof., jth  -^ia�� plant! bdt* in" the  casH  of''pet  plants   makes I sire'that   !th  limited jre_ourc|;_ of the plant  are'Ibeing usedlt) the limit! bs*  ' saving"the ��� plant! from making as disbudd  'uWanted growh, Pinching pijt ��� j :- -"���  . jthe growing tip also affects  example, of this  for  a '' use  - '��� tiie  Stopping date  different varieties are mac  of by "Mum Clubs, so thdj"*  plants will bloom by  time of the ihow. Perpetuijl  carnations car be made j' t >  bloom aver a longer period1 b.  pinching out a few shoots a|ts i  tijrne oyer - a p eriod of a fe v  weeks. \ This ? hould be . do i e  When/ the ayoing shoots lane  seen to, be* developing at |tne  Where buds; appear to clusters,  it is well c^wait till they open  out a bit and each bud has its  own stem, then there is less  danger of - damaging the bud  that is tci^remain. N.P. The  pinching o_t of laterals on Tomato plans is actually another  form of st)pptog aimed at curtailing the development of too  many unwanted growths. When  we thin "tie fruit trees we are  actually d>ing the same thing  ing with the ultimate  end- in vi sw of having bigger  ond bettei fruit. Tbe stopping  y-of ,ahnnal -flowers, .is perhaps  'the best i xample of the good  that this operation can do.  Leave a :ew plants unstopped  'and *see tne difference.  bine thoroughly and chill. Pour  into freezer trays and freize  to a rather firm mush., 'tfijtke  a meringue j)i*7 the egg- yhite  ,and temainihgi sugar. '[Turn  strawberry mixture- into j' a  chilled bowl, crush with a fork,  then beat for lj minute wth a  rotary beatei and immediately fold to meringue. Quickly  return to freezer- trays and  freeze until firm, Six to eight  servings.  ping  more that is rjemoved the lets  >vill~be i number of new  .Therefore    remove    on  shoot  only    U e  STOWAWAY I  King Og of Bashan, whi/[according to Hebrew Scrip.ures,"  was defeated by, the children  ofjlsrael at Edrei (Numbers  21:33) is Said-to have bee _ one  of' the giants who livfed liefpre  the Flood. Og, 7accordirg to  legend,-escaped by climbing! on  the roof of Noah's Ark.  MANY PEOPLE think that the Canadian-Red Ensign  , i , | j ..   - I , ���-���-.-    - r i is our national flag. Here, however, is what the Flag  BJ��1  rlJlv? S' l��tV   Bo��k of the United Nations has to say onJ this subject  ^?? rXneraT spcaktog, K, ^Althou^h Canada has no official national, flag, hf |or-  growtog tips. .  I  iDisbudding   ps   practicedl  ' cu'riail the  number of blopn  to [enhance thep size and quality] Disbudding should be doi e  early, but wait until the bu< s  ders-in-c.uncil (by Cabinet decree) in January 1924 and  September 1945, the Canadian Red Ensign is flown  wherevef place or occasion may make it desirable I to  LOVES SWEET THINGS  JohnsoJ  Pauline  I   Chooclates  \    | CHINA GINGER  OPERA ROLLS, ,ETC.  SVAMS  Sechelt BOX 885-964.  fly a distinctive Canadian  The  on cr-in-Council  of  1945  iss also ii teresting. It reads;  "That, iiitil such time as action is token by Parliament  for the firmal adoption of a  national f ag��� it is desirable to  authorize thc flying of the  Canadian Red Ensign on federal govern nent buildings within as well as without Canada."  A sharp break with tradition  is undesirable.-The government  jtherefore. proposes to adopt the  Union Ja:k as. a symbol of  Canada's .membership in the  Commonwealth of Nations and  of our allegiance to the Crown.  Many peiplp will continue ,tp  fly the fl; ^ of their preference  in any ca ie. ,So,^the government  will menlj' ,be giving official  status to ai practice which will  flag."  undoubtedly continue for many  generations tc   come. I  After all, it is usage and  declarations   of, Parlia m e  *^"��i��V__. __.���*_'���"�����_'IS  MTOIESIlEBWCf  9  mmmamm t mimim  GARDEN BAf  BOAT |wORKS  Mechanical' - "Electrical Repairs  A COMPLETE i\W OF BOAF REPAIRS *  Phone 883-2366  which will largely determine  this issue. New flags rarely  ceive univeisal acclaim. Feme's  what the- Book of Flags sjiys  about the first Union Jacc (of  1606) r,  "Neither the English nor the  Scots welcomed the new fljag,  which must have at first  seemed strange and unna.ural.  Th.e English protested that jthe  white field of St. Getrge's  Cross' was obscured by tlelst.  Andrew's Blue. The Scots cim-  plaittcd<even more bitterlj tjhat  though the St. George's Cross  was. left entire, it not nierjely  obscured the St. Andrew's  Cross but actually cut it ilnto  pieces; and they resented .his  as a slur on their nation. Such  protests were of no avail, and  the best thc nationalists sould  secure was that thc older ftogs  should be fiown as well a* the  new." :   I  And so it may be in Canada  Our tradition? will not be lest.  Instead   that   which   now   may  appear to be new and strange  will be added to the coterie  symbols in a-jioung and vigor  not  nf  Friday,  m,a night  Gibsons  School.  Led by | Mr. Mycrnoff thc pupils in the glee club started off  i the show {with*.five lively, songs.  Every one ��� was ��� received with  ranch clajpping and everybody  seemed td thoroughly enjoy the  songs.      |  '        ,  '    -  Eileen MacKenzie, Pam Boy-  ei, Chris ! MacDonald, Nona  Vcale, Carol Olsion and Karen  Stanley did'-ah excsltent job of  , a lively version cf the old fairy  itale 'Jack !and the Baanstalk*  iand thc small children to the  audience were on * the edge of  tlnrir., chair* whsn thD ogre  -smelled a|n! Englishman in the  house. Everybodyj, went with  Jack when.| ha stole the giants  treasures and watched fascinated when .the hen layed hard  boiled golden egg_.  Jack succeeded i in bringing  the treasure down the beanstalk and near the end he emerged with a bloody axe as  pro_f the^ ogre'. w;as dead.  Jack's' 'mothsr wfas' flustered  ond scared on a1 nearly "full  time'basis a. in'th. original  fairy tale. I ���   ���  The play was ' dilrected by  Mrs. G. MacMillen, la teacher  to Gibsons ' Elementary School.  Make-up was done by tiie Elphinstone Drama Club.  In bctwesn the two; plays the  chair presented five more selections, folk songs as before.  Ail were very well done.  The second play calf;2d  "Noughts and Crosses" was a .  livaly satire on royalty and  politics. Charlene 'Day was' a  sweet and worried queen who  outwitted a ' stuffy and strict  Prime Minister, Doug Oram.  Billy Skelet was a thoroughly  scared little king. The play  poked cheerful fun1 at "royal  dignity" and "protocol". Mr.  Child was tha' director and' ths  make-up was dene t>y the El  phinstone Drama Club. Steven  Lee was tha^stage manager.  The play came off very well  and was' enjoyed by everybody  ia the audience.  Election of ircxt year's officers, was the slate of business  of the annual meeting of the'  Sechelt ' Elementary ��� School  PTA on Thursday, J tine 107  Honorary president "is Mr. Coob  per,-principal of thc Sechelt,Elementary School. 7L_y  Re-elected by acclamation Is  Mrs. | T. Lamb, president for  another year. Viccr-president by  acclamatIoh_ is Mrs. F. Jef-  fcriesf.  A rabbit and a lion entered a  restaurant and seated them-  sslvss at a table.  "One head of lettuce," ord-!  ered tbe rabbit. "No dressing."  The   waiter   pointed   to   the_  Hon.     "Wha.*H=   your    friend  have?"  "Not s thing," replied the  rabbit  shortly ."Just skip him." :  "What's   Uie   matter?"   par--,  sisted   the   waiter.   "Isn't   he  hungry?"-  Th^ rabbit looked, the waiter  sqtiarelv in the eye^  "L^ok," he said. "If the llori  was hungry do you think I'd  be sitting-here like'this?"'       7  CAFE  FORRENl  Madeira Park  'j     Cafe  Available June 30  1  ROOM  ACCOMMODATIONS  AVAILABLE  Phone 883-2240  ' Ask for      ,   X-  MR. HARPER I  I  -7^fsyer ���  _J  : m  ^f-���"-.^-iy-v-if^  - -  . ��� i  I. K*��Jk*,^s��-t|pa%  . -a.    -'  " "   *fc  --^c- **�� 3^*^ij*'',it*r - ^-^  ^ -' *lSL :___>  *v *"__*#     -     z*Agg*hA"  r _  r  The Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wed., Jane' 17, 1964 Pcge 9  Ff^SfJjofui ... :*-'���-.-<  Three-legged race  BIG.DAY FOR  students  at  the  Sechelt  Elemental  School Sports, held last Friday7 These youngsters  look as' j though they have put in lots of practice for the  three-legged race. __      ^  Good showing ...  Sechelt Babe Ruth  ay m  NERVOUSNESS AND ..awe were-the reasons given, for  thef twowIosses to the. Sechelt Mustangs suffered Jin  Vancouver on Saturday at Capilano Stadium. 'They left  on Saturday morning at 8:00 a.m: and played there first  game at 10:30 a.m. against Ray._  '������������ y 7 : ; ���   Bilt Contractors, team, of the  Mt. Pleasant Babe Ruth League. They lost this game 4-1  ^is more time \yas spent watch-  tog the beautiful grounds and  Jileachers which they are certainly not used to here to Sechelt, Ais one boy said,, "it was  like playing to Yankee Stadium  after playing to a gravel pit."  The 6oys met the Mt. Plea-  game 9 to 4. They put on a  geod show and played real  heads up ball all the way, hut  a few errors made it possible  for !the Vancouver team to  edge past them.  " The boys enjoyed their trip  very much and wish to thank  the Lions club for their.work  to sponsoring the team and  sant Lfcgion-team-at 1.30 in helping to pay thfcir way to  the    afternoon "'"-.andlost   this!!- * Vancouver. i        -  to winning  One\wiri to go -. . .     \\  Sechelt moves closer  spot b  IF SECHELT wins one more game, or Gibsons loses  one to Sechelt,. ihey have then cinched the,league  championship for this season. The Sechelt Mustangs met  the Pender Harbour Comets at Hackett Park here in  Sechelt on Sundav afternoon with Kerry EMred starting fbr Sechelt and Joe Brown starting for Pender.  Pender managed^to get one  run to the first half of the first  inning and held on to this tead  until the fourth toning when Sechelt made two funs and took  over the lead.  Pender again tied it up to the  fourth inning by getting one  more run and making tha score  2-2, but Sechelt" got fhs next  run to the top of the next toning and held on to the lead  from then on. The Mustangs  made one run to each of the  next innings and the game ended at 5-2 for SecbalL.-  Sechelt isj now four games  -sahead of tiie Gibsons Legion  team and lebk as if they will  �� go all the way to the League  Championship. Wednesday  nights gamaywill have a lot to  tell as to! what is going to happen. __     - 7 ... - l     .  Outstanding plaj*.rs of the  game were !Kerry: E'dred who  pitched a lovely game for Sechelt and his young brother  Jim who caught his first game'  and did a. very commendable  job behind -the plate.- Leonard  Graves of the Pender nine who  made .possibly the nicest catch  yet this season to left field and  also made one of the runs for  the Pender team; Barry Fenn,  the Pender catcher who as always played a wonderful game  behind the plate, is. the most  consistently good catcher to  the League and is also a threat  at any time with a bat to his  hands.  John Hind-Smith  Refrigeration  PORT MELLON lb  TO PENDER HARBOUR  Phone 886-2231  from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.*  Res. 886-9949  Player of the Week  JIM Eldred, Player of the  Week for his outstanding  game as! catcher for the  Secheit Mustangs. Jim  caught for the first time  orf Sunday and did an exceptionally, good job behind the plate. Ball donated by t Sechelt Peninsula  Times,    i ... -^.,  Mugisir&ie Johnston  attends conference  BRITISH COLUMBIA Annual Magistrates' Conference  was held at Fort SL John Monday, JunejS through  Wednesday, June 10. 112 magistrates attended the conference and about 30 wives of magistrates accompanied  their husbands on the trip.  ; :���; j���  The   magistrates   were    wel- Delegates   "from     the i I__u%r  Gibsons  social notes  '  ���by Doreeri Crosby |  Mrs. E. Alsager of Crescent: |  Bsach ami Mr. and Mrs. L. J. f  Alsager frcm Langley are vis- j  ittog Mr. ;������ and Mrs. R. Aisa-- -f  ger of Gibsons, j  Mr. and -Mrs. Vanderltodsn |  are travclltog from Holland to {  visit their son and daughtar- f  to-law, Mr.. and Mrs. Vandar- J  we=rd who reside at Gower j  Point, Gibsons.^ "'"      -     "       . j  Mr. Benny, a teacher at El- |  phtostcne Secondary School J  was factored by his home roam I  class" Friday. June 12. Mr. Ben- I  ny has been home room teach- j  "er to thise students for four }  years. On Friday the class -pre- f  sehted him with a beautiful |  lamp as their gotog-away pre- j  sent. On Saturday, June 13, Mr. f  and_Mrs. Benny entertained the j  Grade _2. Dir. 1_ ��tadents at j  their home to Gibsons. Mrs. |  B_nny prepared a luncheon.      }  Attending UBC for summer I.  courses-will be teachers Mr. I  D. Montgomery, Miss J. Rob-j  ertson. Mrs. J. Fallows. Mr.!  G. YablonskL *    i  corned by His Worship Mayor  R. C. Pomcroy at an address  of welcome held .to the Canadian Legion -Hall. Fort St.  John. This is a spacious building completed in March of this  year at a cost of _20GjOGO.eO  The Honourable 7 AUarcey-  General R. W. Bonner QC  replied to t��^��� mayor's address  of wclcorqe on behalf of the  ccoference. The first day was  taken, up with matters concerning javenile delinquents  and thc family : children's  court, the rsato speakers being Magistrate A. D. Poole  from North.. Vancouver and  of Secheit, thc magistrates also  being judger of the limOy and  children's   ccurt-  Dtoner was held to the Aurora Ballroom, of: the Hotel  Fort St. John and Sir. S. Rocks-  boroug-Smith, director of correction, spoke on the subject  of correctional methods applied  to inmates of Haney and  Sqoke Correctional Institutes.  The following two ] days wtrre  taken up with discussions cohering various aspects of the  rules of evidence also provincial and federal legislation and  the conduct of the:magisterial  courts.  Delegates were4aken to Portage Mountain Darn where B.C.  Hydro  were   hosts   at  dinner.  Mainland  *serc   flown to ' Ex-rt  St. John by DC6 chartered "by  the   Attorney-Central's   d.p_.rt-  rhent.       . ^        -^     \      -  - *   I. =  Tirines>  Be Sure To  CoddlefDad  He's A Good  i _ ���  ���:  :-  ���'  b  zn  ^    .:;���  "    ''     J ������-.<'-      - -   I xi       .-    -      -^i  ___��J^_'   ,, ���       | || ..*.*.    .    ��� , .. - I I *m.m      .iii.iiii     ....    ������ ��� , "* ���������'������Ill- im    ���������"-  * * *_       J     *       # m V*   ^ * -        M  "*  ^ II      ^���*J * * .X IA 4 2*p  the  Anly  Ma-r-  _er-_  11  Pose 10 TheSecM* Penltwolo Time*. Wed- June f 7, ,1964  ww-Jr,...**.�� -���������������-���!��� *��        ���������>���!- ������ **���" "*"" '������ ��� +���  " 1 r -i  Se/mct Par/: chatteri  ���from here ond there  i\   MRS. CLAIR Barclay away to Calgary for week, Mr.  4 Barclay holding the fort . . . Mr, and Mrs. McDowr  Barclay holding         .  .  ell of Seattle, paid a surprise visit to,Mrs. Lopateclo.  who had just returned home from Summerland .'.'. Visitors at Mr. and Mrs. Howard Carters- this week; Mrs.  Eileen Jones-home for a visit td her homfe in North  Vancouver,   called   in' on.  the    ��� ���   ���  Mr. Rosen, you will be missed  for the next thriee months . . .  get well soon  ...       ,    ^  Joseph  Breig,  writes -in his  column, that we should be able  to   "dig   the   garden, on   Sunday," if we wish, cut the lawn,  Heme ,for the weekend Linda '^or   fix  up   the   cement   walk.  Carters, with her two daugh  ters and fcttr grandchildren,  Mrs. Jones who had inoved to  Hawaii some, time ago , to re-  there, are homesick for !B,C.  . . . anil will ba coming back  to stay in the near future  Carter and her friend Elsie  Swytky ... ' :<  ��� New arrivals.. . . Mr. and  Mrs. Bernard Heskins, a baby  brother jfqr little John. Also a  son to Mr. and- -Mrs. Neils  Hanson,! born at home ...  Congratulations folks!     ,  Back to Sechelt Mr*, and Mrs.  Walter Goes (former Doreen  Pollock): and small.ones, from  Nova Sqotia ..*_���-.  Mr. and Mrs. iJodds back  for a visit, and to lobk out for  their home at Davis Bay ...  We...bear that Mr^'and Mrs.  Singh, wfho were burned out at  Davis Bjay, will be moving into  Dodd hoiine ...  without breaking the Sunday  law of no servile work ... ho  feels, that today so many are  white collar workers tied to  an office desk all week, with  no chance oi any other relaxation, other than working in  the garden ... he feels these  laws of the church could very  well be relaxed to give these  people a break, and let them  relax in their own way on Sunday, keeping in mind that the  Sabbath should be kept-as thc  Sabbath, and letting them push  that lawn mower, without  shocking their neighbors, h;e  feelsytba. a review -of Sunday  laws^might well -make It.-more  than lever a farailyf day, and  A social evening was held at   -moire! than ever a time.> when  >f Langdale,  double riM weddin  was  peJNr&?#.ed  June   12 :!at IMost I tfjure  _ _..     of Mary Roman CaMpiic  .Churc|ji    to    Gibsons.    Ha  Na3h___fficiattog.  The brides" wedding, efesljem-  .ble was a pale yellow cojible  knit suit witfi v_hi|e ace k Tories. A hat of white silk qrgan  zg^ftctr^with pale yellow  buds adorned tiie bride's  The briders bouquet was deep  yellow rose-buds carried on a  Sunday Missal. :  Eileen Kinne, the bridesmaid,  carried p|nk earnatiqns,   �� en.-  -thoughts turn easily ",d God!  Chesterton, remarks,' Grass  ."points -with a million fingeirs  to God" . . . b   -  Have you noticed!how trice  and neat ow little ?village of  Sechelt looks, next time you are  rambling    around    the    town,  just  look   up   and (down' and  ���around, it r^all^ is a credit to  us,   after   looking   over  other  little. places, I think we have  rose-    tTu' ^XZ*KyZ?lKTX't M"i    a real* tidy community, thanks  XXX.     Howard Carter, Mrs. Liste and *        a_d ^ ���  citi.  the home ot Mrs. Hazel Liste,  where the guest*of honor was  -Mrs. Ra^ Nestman, who. is expecting I-a. new arrival to a  ���month eir so . . . to help that  new arrival feel right at home  .the visitors left a few very im-  portontbessenlials . -r-r present  were ��� Mrs. Ann iVates and  daughter Linda, Mrs7 Florence  D 'Angejis, Mrs. Maureen Hall,  Mr-C Doreeh' Nestitian: arid!: Eileen, Mrs. Josie Wheeler/ Mrs.  nis Machon was "the best! toan  The' bride's  mother woije a  pale blue brocade sheath; dress  with White accessories ja  pink carnation corsage.  The groom's mother  turquoise double-knit su|t  pink   accessories   and  carnation: corsarge.  The reception was held. a|t the  ?f uturs home of the bri le  groom.   After .the  bon:yinoan  the couple will reside fn Gibsons. *.-  Pauline; and Mrs. Eileen Nestman ...  Ronnie Cole and Ralph Butler have left for the Ofcana-  g*to ,bb X ' -'  -Ronald! Butler home from  Toronto Ijiere to visit bis mother  and frietidjs.  ,Mr.   firjc' Rosen   our   head  man of credit union,  will be  "immobilized" for about three  o*se a    months jwith a leg in a  cast  with    ��� ��� * ncf islipped anp fell on the  pink    beach, then arrivejd home and  fell again to complete thc job  iour deepest sympathy  to our ''dean- and, :Udy"  <jiti-  zens. ...'.:       i  Did you hear about the little  boy,7 in church on ^Sunday,  when the Vicar asked him "Sent  tell ii^, what is fortitude? The  boy yqufckly replied; "It's four  ten's and a two . -y.      *- ���'  ihe trouble with the bulk  of women is thatT^t ��� usualy  shews.  so  More freopls might live to  a ripe old age if they weren't  busy  providing |fpr it.  our best kilown iesort areas,  k has every  dimes yet, following a filming  Ted Beck of Tides      "Because  The history teacher was bearing down on disarmamjen*-~antT  peace. "How many in the class  dislike war?" she asked, >  Many hands went Mo. the  air. She singled out a po. and  said, "AH right, John, ycu tell  us why you don't like wai  wars  rs. Floats are in and a  GOOD  in the Egmont waters  is^pod |rhh lots of bluebacks,  sockeye tod cohqe^as well as  nice siztd springs. Ted "feck  and his pairty themselves j returned * rith a, fair eaten of  both blu.backs and cod. [Another grmp later to the day  landed a dozen excellent fish.  During the * season, the inlet  tory," Johnny replied.  as [a  Sreicrl   pr^ently^jin|er'' [.~ts~n hive of activity as boats,  large   and*  small,   come   from  far- dowp south of the border  as from  many  points  ...... _ populak: retreat jfor  t&chi mer who sjeeks ihi&  as well  in BVC.  o��    !MPRO>ED   ROADS  jreairs, sii cabins  Big  cihceri-  to  residents  is  th^;roa<   in,, iwhicft although a  ifi1^hipg  ^wajy from tiie)  be ter |  vast improvement to  what  it  !      over popujl^ted re-[   was   a ~fe*v -I years   ago,   still  leaves i3juqh p be desired,  ^iropijrty ' i Until ^uch jtime as department o highways undertakes  r^ad improvements care should  l^e exercised in negotiating  sharp bmds. j .  the  are  aire idy  ea- l  BEER BOTTLES - BEER BQIILES  25c doz. cash for empty  | BIIRBOWtiS  delivered to our yard, ot Wilson Creek. Will pickup 100 doz. lots ot 25c per doz.:  Follow the signs ol' Fields Road   { ���  RUEBEN STROSHEIN -  Phone 885-2261  fifed  2[rt��ji'aWAtsiTa.  A Compute ^erHee^ Fiw Seaplanes $o Serve You  INCLUDING THE BIG HUSKY, CAPABLE OF  CARRYING SEVEN PASSENGERS OR  1700 LBS. OF CARGO        XI  A TEUfell-HONE CMA* TO OUR SECHE___T OFFICE   _  will bririg a modern radio equipped aircraft to you  at once. M  Go Mo|d  era   *   Go  Tyee  P[twm�� $��efoeU 885-2215  LOBBY OF SECHELT BUS DEPOT  CE IN THE  !  . .-  ������ >.-^. �������^:**^*:^#&^^ �� - . 1    - =  The Seehelt Peninsula Times, Wed., Jane 17/1964 Fog ell  ��� I -'- t T '"lb7!**  WiLson Creek notes ! 14 *  . ���/���  .���j * �������  .���"I i II---*-  * ���-8pr MebelrWfffiiai.  flSITORS: MR. JON Watts, recent visitor at belhome  I of Mr. and Mrs. BiE Drew, and relations. Mr. Watts.  k dental mechanic from Vancouver, remarked th&?fras  a beautiful tourist spot.and felt that the -Penmsula fias  many possibilities * especially for' vacationing toprfets.  He has, made frequent trips up here ori his 20-footl c4bin  cruiser the 'Quiet Quest' and takes in many gcbdfts|ing  spots as far as Pender Harbour. \  ��� . ���   %     |   I  * Recent  visitors  of * Mr.   and   " *������* , i������I���|   Mrs.-Glen McDonald 'were Mr.  and Mrs. George Xickles ftom  Seattle. Also Mrs. M, E. Cues  from-Vancouver.    <   i  NEW RESIDENTS ��  j Mn. ami Mrs. Egahfrom Na-  haimo fa?ve moved intf* their  new home on Davis Bay-Eoad.  _Jr. -LJBiaa Egan will be the  ilireetcr of norses for the St.  .Mary's HospitaL Mr,  Egan. a  ity faeld_ their last iner-tir.;. for  the seassof on Jxme IQ which  was well attssdsdJ A motion  seas macfe? -- and - agreed upon  that meettof date he .hanged.  from Wednesday to Mssday..  Friday, Jus? 19 is Ihe &_te" set  far the monthly ifoffee party  held at toe "Wxlsos fQreek Community Hall from ia an*.. ,to %  p.m."There will be i��n__-b4"_to!_  commercial fishermak *ilf be    ">* drix��t* *" ^ "5*  do;  Shrine in the tree*'"  ONE WOULD have to seek far to find a more fitting  surrounding fonjsuch a beautiful shrine. The Church  of His Presence sits among the roeks overlooking the  ocean near Halfmoon Bay.  ,*-&*~&,^^* ���I "kf��� **-.J  "  **���* 2*; V*** : **  ^iSAHS*3-*'^'- *  Solvberg. ,'   *   -   .  Apart-from money earned by  Canon Greene to his broadcasts over CBC, Vancouv.er.-  the remainder of the Suhds  were given by local bodies and  friends, the httfe churdi is  consequently well equipped and  paid for^  U was dedicated by "Bishop  Gower to 1S6? and has been  used for- church services and  sacraments ever since. Services are held for children  once a month.  -' Five   marriages   have   been  solemnized is- it to date  and  *  many. children feave been bap*-1  tised there.  Canon Greene iscompiling a I  Book of Remembrance of those *  to wfejm :be ministered ix^ to *  the tme of- their deaths, and  to many pioneers of the lower J  B.C. Coast who were served }  by the Columbia Coast Mission 1  over a period of more than I  fifty years. *       -        {  .Since the church's dedication, J  more than 1,500 people,from J  Canada and many overseas |  points have vistt��l the Church J  of His Presence. Quite a num- j  ter.have told the Canon they|  have- found great -blessing .to f  the little place "of quiet and f  private devotions. _ _ . |  Canon Greene hopes that as {  -leaving scon on bus; fish. run.  -They have a family of three.  son Norman, to the RCN and  twin daughters Heather and  Dawn attending schooL A wel-  .come goes out to cur new-  neighbors! "  ARRIVED  HOME  j   Mrs.   Fred   Mutter,   accor  fpanied wiih Mrs. WiEtoni Pear-  isoa,   have   just   arrived   home  I trora   s   five-week   vacating  la.  I California. They had a nice  I visit with "Mrs. Mutter's niece  ! Sylvia a:��d husband William  | Kerr to Paradise!, Among the  ! many places visited were Sacramento. Reno. Kfag Beach  and through Lake Taho.  GENERAL MEETING  The "Wilson Creek  Ceramua-  nuts served Drop In for* lunch  time snack and a good cup of!  coffee. Everyone wclcpme:  NEW HOME 6UUJ3ER$ *"  Buikiinj \ new hcpics is" the  Davis Bay area are- Mr.- and  Mrs. Bill fGibbons: from -Vancouver ��*ho- gib | texfktois; a  summer  boms.      .  Mr. Don MoUer is also. coa��  structtog i lovely home fir tos  family.     I  A * shrewid pomia, ��ho sad-  delsly *ppe*red at the pay.  bausteff jswtodav: o�� a iarg#  plant, dtmasded-; "N ever  mind the! p^ysol_. Bud. jast  hand aver tiie welfare fund,  tfce -group tosurar.ca prem��  turns, the pecsiae fund, azd  the' a-iihbeldsig  Use&i'  -  Church interior  INTERIOR SEATING capacity of *he little church is 21,   ibf yea" go  W, the -smafl|  a further 20 may be accomodated outfdde. C^** 'tf- ���� ^^f S J  J move others to build beautiful j  little wayside shrines..all overf  - Caftada, for use of .all travel-1  lers  who may  welcome  suchs  places as! part of their journey-1  tog.    --.'.--' !  Beautilul shrine '. v .    -.���.-���.. ^  Church 0! His Presence  a delight to visitors  SITUATED BUT a feve* minutes drive from Halfmoon  Bay along the coast road to Redroofs, there stands  a small church, perched upon a rock overlooking the  pcean and surrounded with trees and shrubs, a delight  to every visitor fortunate enough to discover its exist-  ehce..' 7. XX ";XA-.     y.  Canon Alan: Greene! of Redroofs was inspired to go ahead  with the raising of funds to  build a^ttle church following  a generotis gift from a woman  in England who .had* lost her  husband in a drowning accident _near TNanoose. She remembered'-with gratitude the  ministrations of the Columbia  mmmm  __  BwaaasyiaiffiSBk  RUG CLEANING  and DEMOTHING  Day or Evening Appointment  Done Right In Your  Own Home  HATES REASONABLE  For Free Estimates  Phone 886-9890  _a_B_SB__-l  "7E2L  Coast Mission to them -both."  It was Ccnon Greene's idea  that simple but beautiful way  side shrines "be built on all of  B.G^s wonderful highways,  that the traveller might drop  _to for a "few miautes quiet and  prayer.  His   original   sketches   were  submitted to  Mr.  Ron Tbom,.  the brilliant.! young architect" of  Vancouver to create into some  thing of real beauty.      Mr. Thorn followed up with  a visit to Redroofs and gave  careful study to a suitable setting for . thc church. Shortly  afterwards! he suhmitted his  plans to Canon Greene and his  firm Thompson,. Berwick and  Pratt gave their services freely to the project.   -  Local   craftsmen   also   gave  freely   of  their   services,   and  for  "detailed   finishing    work^  Snon Greene hired Mr. Sverre  Save with 1     ^  Canadian pacific  FARESAME^ PLAN  Caaeh FwdM  - \  '���%  -k��^*!  MEDICINE H^T $20.00  'i  Travel by train ��� you'll enloy your trip  more vrith these features:  ���reclining seats ... fult'tength leg rests  ���space to move around |   _  ���all seats reserved, no extra cost  For further information I-  and reservations, contact your  Travel Agent or Canadian Pacific office.  TIUJllS/T��UC��/SWl>S/TV��,!��CS^l0TtJ.S/TEI.EC0����i*��.tCiT��3!.S i ��S*i2f K5$T C5������UT�� T��^*����*t*r^*l KX%UM.  ~ '   '.   -     :.;.-.Jr '���   .--       :'-   " -���    "^ * 1    .-" "  n hm *ww^y>^*  ��^*****^*ifl��  A'+>>: ���bt  I.  XX  ' Mainland  Chiha  iperecenta* e > of  : coming fr  surplus of Canada's exports  imjJorts can bef expected td> continue growing  in Ithe imrrieidiate future, ja ''sustained effort to improve  :ony larg^deficit positioijr with the Inited States is required/' s*kya the Business Review fot, April  , "*pie B o * lil i*evie,w points' < ut  thi-t the improvement in C��Jn  countries  'afto's  tots 1  merchandise  tra le    ingt   ��By ' Z^A  Jarge  therefore  balance in the last five years * the jxnpri  is a res. ft. I qfi increasing the  i.aditional| surplus of expoijts  to I coimtme^JotheV than tie  United Stiffeji"* rather than alt  .bib the lohf-^tanding deficit  ���v.ith that najttsii .  !The relativtrl importance fof  total* trac eJ, iv'i?h the Unilted  Slates a'rdTbyltaiiT~has declined, vhije-ftdan* increasing  share of   exports are going fto  , the bank says, add-  'm1  f Japan,    Easter.     Europe    oiid  Jerri-Europe, jthe  '���- At the $arni!  'co&ds in 1 ie fully manufactured  fcalegory v- __)��';_-  expanded  faster  'thdn any!.other igrbup.     ���: 111  7 The B- t f '.wi i ays that estfb-  ^isbment.  Jtht  .*  Irt��  it  dim dolla  !nifleant rule  eompetitiy  dotibt^dlyf  improved competitive .position of Canadian industry has  been mai named."  . AUhougi Canada's trade with  the United States is relatively  less important than a decade  ago, it stll.accounts for 60 per  cent of tie total. **  For thi. reason, "even small  percentage changes in its size  and composition can appreciably   after   the   total   trade  PfOS-  in  in  tes  the  'should  and  a .larder  imports    ^re  picture,'  J; pan and Wef_t-  bank obsenffs.  Lime, export/fof  the B of M 'states.  extcdj|al Vpl ie of the Ca!  'hall played a;  improving  to  ipsUion; ofbCaiia-  4X��tt ������^du.rtry'l'dpdy "Ms is  doubtedM reflec ed iri thel  tomesti  WffffWi  fixed   rate tj^r  ia-  ig-  Ihe  refit itaproveme it "inl,our~,tr.*  *ba|tan(!e,-''!-:-;!-J!My \xXj  \ .J  rice Uncrea  ���pt|; t>ly with, offer   fourififth  r-  de  MODERATE  IMPORT RISE  "Many of the same influences that are working in the direction of-expanding Canadian  exports <f manufactured goods  aire tending to work in the direction of holding down the rise  in the volume of imports that  would naturally be associated  with a rise in business activity  in this country," the bank continues.  "Notwithstanding some large  increases in particular categories of ii iports, * total Canadian  imports  in  1963  rose- by  less  than fivu per cent and about  I  '_-  counted for by price- changes.  ' "There is current evidence  to suggest that sqmc accekra  tion in the rise to import! is  now taking place and a continuation of this "|rend would  not be surprising ,in "view of  expansion of incomes and activity in this country," the 3 of  M says.  PROSPECTS BRIGHT  "However,   the   export  pects  seem  equally  bright  the JighL of overall demand  Canada's*   principal   markels,  " the bank  sayjs,  pointing tc  possible rievS* period of capital  spending" in the  United  Sti  and buoyant conditions in '  United Kingdom, which  give rise to further expansion  in imports fromiCanada/'  "In" overseas countries whbre"  agricultural exports have hiiide  the greatest contribution to the  ' improvement in Canada's* sx-  ternal trade balance, prospects  are good for a high level of  exports for the next year or  so provided adequate crop<, ��:re  produced. However, the loi��g.r-  run prospects are somewhat  less certain."  "As there already exists]-a  large surplus in Canada's  trade with countries other than  the United States and as intre  than half of our trade is wth  that country, it would iewn  that a continued Sustained effort to improve oflr large dc fi-  cit position with* the Upiljed  States is required.  "It    is    therefore    enconrag  ing," "the  Bof  M  concliid;s  "to note that in recent mqnihs  exports   to* the   United   Srales  show signs of contributing inqre  strongly to the rise in total  ports,   now   running   at   j*;  well    above    anything    be:  of this rise was ac-    achieved in Canada's history  w_v_w_w.^^^^  .,  Poge 12 The Sechelt Peninsuo Times. Wed., June 17,1964  Kinette presentation  KINETTE FfRESlDENT Diane tenner presents cheque  for $225.00 to Kinsmen President Ralph Stephanson.  Money to go to second up-patient lounge in new hospiT  tal.    : I ''  ' i '  Kinnettes present cheque to Kinsmen  SEVEN  women took' over the ready furnished one lounge and  regular- Kinsmen, meeting on are well on their way to com-  TueVday night; and there were    pletinr anotllcr*   seven surprised men' disrupted  ix-  ales  fere  by their welcome visit.  Object of tpe visit was to  present the Kinsmen with a  cheque for *S_55.00 jnhich the  "Kinnettes had earned from  their ijummagje sales and fashion show 'v.hich they held in  the past few  months!  This;money will be put towards j-the funds ^vhich the  Kinsmen have earned for the  furnishing q[ the second up-  patients lounge in the ne\jrhospital.   (The ^Cinsmen'i have   al-  Beauty Salon  i Sechelt  .. Evelyn Hayes  Above Post Office  j  '   Cutting and Styling   ..  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