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 ! ~''  cr;  i.i  o  J < '-  7*-��  7 tu ,c ^  IO*3     J  CC ��    *���  l O ���' s  I ��-*     ^  ' o ws r  ' f-i       o  ,  (/) Ct CJ  , fct 5> ;?,  ! c: -* <���  V_^  I t  ill  ^  "Serving the Sunshine Coosr. (Howe Sound to Jervfs Infet), including Port Mellon. Hcpiuns Landing, Grcnthcm'-s terming, G;bi*cr��s, Ko&erts Creefe,  Wilson Creek^ Selma Pork, Sechelt, Halfmocn Bay, Secret Ccve,*Pender Harbour;- Models Perk, K!e*rvdore. Irvine's Landing, Ecri Ccve.Ecr  Wesf^Seciefc. ...  WEDNESDAY, JULT  1.   1964-; 10C  ater project reality j  it full participation  ANNUAL GENERAL meeting of the! West Sec-hell Waterworks District was held in the: Sechelt school activities hall at 8 put. Thursday, Jane 23. There keste two  trustees to be elected to replace Mrs. E. LonnebefE who  resigned and Mrs. J. Acheson who's term jc��i|b��flee  expired,   a   letter   expressing *: **��� ir���fl ���  the gratitude of-the district far  her capable acd'dsvoted services W3S to be sent to Mrs.  E. Lonneberg ard a vote of  thanks was accorded Mr. J.  Acheson. Mrs. ��. Haytrard was  elected as trustee for two  years and appointed secretary.  Mr. DennLi Gray rwas elected  as a trustee for &. three-year  term.  Thc eijalrman.  Mr. C.  Thyroid reported that it would have  Sidewalk luncheon - _  CONTINENTAL1 ATMOSPHERE   predominated "rat  the  businessmen's luneheonjmt on by the Sechelt! Hospital Auxiliary last Friday as local citizens" enjoyed an^  excellent nieai beneath lawn, umbrellas set up along the~  sidewalk. Proceeds went toward the new hospital rapidly Bearing 'completion. -  Annual event ...  dontlnental atmosphere  iness luncheon  Local airline seek  unit toll licence  HEARINGS.HELD in Vancouver early in June by the  Air Transport Board, "received a .number of requests  applications and suggestions from various airlines which  included application for a class 3 Licence _by Tyee Airways of Sechelt. f ��� - '������: -.  BUSINESS LUNCHEON held at the hospital cottage.  June 26 proved a verv successful venture and was  the first attempt of this nature by the Sechelt Hospital ^j����oT��d:���_-.��   v  Auxiliarv. It is now planned to make it an annual event,   duties to memde  the    ~~ ~~~-     :     "        ~  Work, of clearing up  grounds of the cottage prior  to the event was done by Ray  Moserip 7 and   Mrs.   Harvard.  Something! of a continental  atmosphere: prevailed with tables decora t i v e I y arranged  ground the cottage exterior in**^  eluding that fronting the street.  .Large    numbers    of    people^  turned out to give their support and to enjoy the excellent  food served,cafeteria style, ttrtl  idea-of-convener^ Mrs^-O. Mos- -  cnp.        .  Commenting on the success  of thd luncheon. Mrs. Moserip  said she would like to extend a  word of thanks to- an mem-,  bers who donated food and who  worked so hard to" ensure the  success of the undertaking-  Also, thanks go out to those  outside the auxiliary who loaned and helped, set. up chairs  and other items of equipment.  This was the last event of  this  season-  It was 2lso suggested by Ty-j  ce Airwayt as well ai'by ot"3er|  airlines that a regional officer j  of the board be appointed and\  anocover: hisf  iude���assisting "car-}  riers i rr. familiarizing them-l  selves   with   the   orders    andf  This type of route protection  was granted .B-C.-Airlines at  their Campbell River base  about is months or; sa af3.  This caused considerible hardship to weii-respected L?cal operators-  Granting ofas class 5 licencc-  would enable the airline ts operate, unit tells as! opposed  lo  been irap-Disible-.to" |eq4-e the  number! of- crnsamfrs!!necessary to;- carry i-Ae jrepiiycLeEt  cost of! corartnieiing; tig pn>-  pcied xta'.cr system- fis West  Seehelt, S cat Iste h*| ytkr the  federal gtvernrstrnt!! iziXe  available a *am cf fc.s^j- f^r  together: wata winter fl works  part:c:?it;^r: *- ;I1 rfdtai; the  ictaaf repayment ai&otiht fey  zbzmi U7SZ& -th.'.r��b|r tsuLicsy  it p^ssit-Is fir approximately  TO consumer:, v.-hich |s aiire cf"  a rralit;*. thzr. tie onfc - irisdred.  needed isitiiily to %acry the'  repayment,   cr-sts.     rf  - ? \  Bylaws of C^-district-invent- -  ing * asi-i's men*, fci?Kctuja  fees, tsxi-z. - trzh ii.'M.-iiki of  land " and Cx 4��w.*-f -fe| borrow masc-r fcave fc:-fn. ':tpas.ied'  and zpprs.&i .by tfie7��a't:r  comptroller.     : -       -XX  ' -Hst>e i-^-.cxzrre-iZci. that  all  prip*rrty|   owners    r.{;>hBJg    lo  avail  t2jeo:stlv<t5 of truyfaster  vhen tie  sy**in n Icaalxrjct--  ed  v.qv.14  citkc-.. a%K'icaiipn  at  ���the  earlfest- po��7Ke fepjicrum--.  ity._ Participstics   usfda^:   hay-  beea \er/ srsiUfj-in? ^yt.Sf vrill  retfaire fth* - gr?ste^f  ^3j*i*3.e  . particip^tioa'to 'vfukX- UsS pro*  pCSOG    p  f-ect  s? rc;lfc'-  regulations  of the   board;   en-4  forcing these orders and regu-|  lations;   making   a   condcusas | jjje    prefect   cnarter    service.  assessment of day-to-day chac-1 Yzis,  in effect,   means  a  per-  ges in th<? problems facing-ia-1 533 'chartering* a   plane   to   a  cal  carriers:  and.recommend-} designated point has to pay the  irig changes in the orders and �� f^ ��2^^ regardless! of the fact-  Presehtation Tea  for Hie member a  A  Sechelt court ... - yy  i@i^ peidfa follow  IMPAIRED DRIVING proved a little expensive for three  men \vhen ^heyappeared before Magistrate Andrew  Johnston last Saturday. Apprehended by RCMP when  seen to be driving in an erratic manner near Sechelt,  Alfred Nolie of Sechelt entered a plea of guilty to driving a motor vehicle! while impaired on May 28 and was  fined $200 apd $7.50 costs. He w*as-also interdicted, w  tCharged with  committing  a 7   -- -      :, .  ���.-*     .'.   .  *----** Kob- y.had  brckm a-bottle  with  m-  "tect cf scaring another person.  Swim classes^  siarf July 6  KINS51EJN! swimming classss^  get- underway this year with]  first classes beginning July 6|  with. Sliss Georgia Warn cf;  Gibsccs* undertaking- the task:  cf swimming fcstructcr.  Timzstor Sechalt are 9 ajn.^  "to  12 nooa and  Davis   Bay  1  pjn. to 4 pjn. The .Halfmocn  regulatioifi:  tr  meet  the  ever-  changing  needs  of  the   public f  and the carriers.  One of the problems -facing J  many carriers outlined by Ty- {  ee Airways was the fact that J  in operating close to densely {  populated areas such as _Na- J  naimo and Vancouver, local |  carriers become easy prey for J  larger carriers from* those |  areas. Such carriers might.}  without safeguards not yet In f  existence,    entsr    loesi    base {  areas   as 7 z   means, of  rrfilfrfng |  otberwisefdle aircraft and 'not |  necessarife* for. the  purpose of |  rbenefiting   the   travelling   puh-1 . - _  It* was "also  explained: that f XflTBS   SUTV1V6  &) per c��it of local traffic in-  the carrier may have one cr  more passengers to pick up en  his way back.  Tha carrier may repay the  original pessenger some of his  fare later, but the .process is  both slow and cumbersome. Oc  the unit toC, fares- may be  levelled out in advance so that.  each passenger pays as appropriate share of the trip, thereby making possible a redaction in thf* present rate structure.  ...Results ai ihe hearings are  expected     to     be     announced  shortly.  similar offence June 23,  er Groves;Parker of  Gardzn.  Bay.   also  entered  a   plea   of  guilty and received a  fine of  $2B0 and costs of ST.50.  A    Gibsons   man,    Kenneth  Webster Eidt,  was fined S150  and ! S7.50   costs   following   a _  charge of impaired driving or  30 daj-s jail in dsfault.  JUVENILES   IN   POSSESSION'  Two  juvenifes   appeared   ba-  fore-Magistrate Johnston" char-  / gcd with being minsr in possession of beer.. -      ������--. 7  Boih were put on probation,  one for. three months theLother  six months, undar_'the super-  vlsicn of the provincial proba- .  . tion officer with orders to report weekly to the officer. j  Tn additioa to being in pos-  volves- togging operations and  is seasonal by nature. Operators in such an area have to  handle the peak load periods  yet survive the slack months.  Therefore, any additional competition planned to take advantage of the peak periods  could welt effect adversely the  existing charter business in that  area.  The company feels that this  type  ef  com petition  could   re-  ���^tard propei development of air  traffic  in  the   area,  but   dies  not   think   carriers   should   be  protected from competition-  Protection    and    unit     tails  were, also discussed at length  duriag the hearings. Tyee Airlines   stating   "Protection.**,  when it amounts to prohibition,  is hot a desirable policy. This  Bay--.class will be held Tuesday!  is' where a carrier is granted  July 7 frm 1 p.m. to 4 pjn.  Final .registration will be SI  and payable,; at tfcsse cUsses.  Ksxt timss and dates will be  announced at time -di? registra-  an exclusive franchise to haul  I crashed plane  JA^DOURED pilot and his  I two pasettgers swam 600  j yards tc safety last ^Wadnasday  I w_se_t th_ir Qcat plane crasted  I into SaLmcn Arm Inlet- Th2  J 21-year-cM pilot.���Allan Evacs,  f a recent arrival from Sooth  I Africa, received a number c��  | cuts about the bead and fs;s  I but est scrl^isly. nyured.  j -Ih* two passen^jrs. "Gary  {Thel ard'his assi*tan: Gcrdcs  fSpriggj, carrying xut a survey*  {for the BC Hvdns, received no  I injuries but icst" all their sur-  |veyLig - izistrunikzis. ajth=3gi  I they succeeded i~ remsving  ftfc^m frcm ths^plaiis befors- it  I sank.  I    After the trio reached shcr?.  fEvars talked hilz a.mile bare-_  Ifczt lo a nearby cEinp  where  aid  fcr  his  in or out of an area or between Jhir r��r2.v��i   nrit    fwcands. A boat wes thsa cis-  SE^sioi,   ose  of  the  juvsmlss ticn.  two points. -   .  *  Route protection is not an immediate : threat to the local  airlines,   at   the   same- time.  J patched from tha church camp  I to taks him and his passssgers  iicta SechetL.  -P RESENT ATION Itst; was  tefe atz tta hczr.? ct JSr�� C.  G- Lucfc^i. Davii L^ WA. ca  Monday, i Jsiz j 2Z\ h ^aonng :  Mrs. Alice Batcr.elrr ' w.a: a  L:fe lfeaibsr��_:-ip p*-*** m it?  Rryal C_xjdli3 Lciz.z& Br^rch  140. Sct5;I:_ re-rrt.-r-.t^:r the  mzz's hffzzch azc u e Laches  Auxliaryi ilr>- Buchrizr was  aba the f rt;ipi:rt c' a bou-  qaet cf eaajiiziite tzso.  A *ump-  V-.72S t2i!w*i  $Cr\CG  * /Jj   UTS.  C. Majce ard iirs. Ii. R-jbcru  pcurlrg * kt . De uml. Otter  manibcrsl- pr3ie-t i-cl-d^d  Mrs. D. I Tt_n:-sa=. Mr*- J.  Gibscii. ilrs. M. Cztk. ilrs.  M- Karszn. "Mrs. D. Brz%r^ng.  itr=_ V. 3��2ss*=s��. iirs- E. ^'aster. Mrs. K*. Kssredy." "Strs. St.  Lesmaa. Mrs.- F. Ritchie, ,ilr��-  G. Ritchi. Mrs. F. &- Kydd.  Mri. A. j A. .Freriib Mrs. I.  Biggs. Mrs. 0. Erkk^es. Mrs.  P. Hasdffrd," Mi��5"B. "BurreH.  Mrs. . M. I Snzi^um. Mr��. G^  Gray a��td;Mrs, J. M. llnrpfcy.  'Alberta yisidr  Iand^ 38 lb: tyee  TWO   rare   vLf-t-rs    |o   th-25*  parts met L^.^ week ezd -sr.cr  Dr. Amy Fonr of E*^*cc=��-si.  en her first %if.t tc' Sacfaeit,  mada thi~acq-jALzzzr.c?. cf a CS  lb. Tj-e? ssitnc^ wfcil* ��>rt".~S  a short {��sta=cc c_t trzn- pie  TUlicum Bay~c2r.c=- 'reseat.  -This ��-as Dr F.hg'sTi^i*. attempt ari bjr catc- I*-a* c=i  cf the largest ca^ctt for t<^r.e  tima in tee arzi cerU.nl> the  iargci-t ��is y^_r. [  Tin doctor ftt= is cBC. ��-  tzzdtz:  I2e  CizzAin -Xedcal  .ccivaiacn. fax*  alc^vs. panted.  "to 5���2 Sjrfceit ard mck the  cppcrtiizizf cl az?za~z��-}ic.z  ter fcrttier. R'-j  Frzs- zt N'^-a  'WeiUcmstsr ca  a  Lsh.it*  '.r.p_  ��-*.     * *-; *J     /^   ,* ri <** ��� t-  t*t*<     i����.A--     \***~***-*. *.�����.  '���    ��  -  4!  ,"**i.*5.S"-3 4  i  Published Wedncsdoys by the  Sechelt Peninsula -Times  Ltd.,  1   Sechelt, BJZ.  Gross Circulation, 1850 copiejs  Classified Advertising Rates  3-Lirte AdBriefs (15 words)  One Insertion ���, s.i   |85i  15d  ���.25c octroi  ���_'l  ST  Three insertions   Extra lines ?5 words)  Bo* Numbers,1 ���  If poid before publication, o {discount of 25c per AdBrief is allpw  ed.   Semi '        ~~  ond  Blue  Display,   Super-Display,  Chip Display   1.^0  inch.  Wed., July 1/ 1964   B��3-16IT'S Eight  ot  day).  per  .FOR SALE  THREE   rlooJned'house  in Sechelt. ^jhonc  885-9742  (Tues-  0888-29  WANTED TO RENT  FURNISHED  home in Sechelt  area. Willing to pay  up  to  ..$150. a mchth. Reply Box 9719,  The Time;}, Sechelt, BC.  '-      * 9723-tfn  **     .  Letters lo.the "Bslitcar  A thank you-  Editor, The Times.  Sir���May I take the oi^or-  tunity to thank you for the publicity gained and the accuracy  of copying the reports. I \have  sent in since your paper started. r \  Your co-operation has been  very much appreciated.and the  results have been most gratifying.  (Mrs.)   SHIRLEY   FEARNXEY  Publicity officer,    Rea|  Estate  Sechelt Hospital Auxiliary  'ZEiimtt$yZz^xlX.: Z ''XX'A  BUSINESS DS^ECTOiY  SHERIDAN T.V.  Sales a|nd Service  RADIO ��� I APPLIANCES  Phono 885-9605  H. B. GORDON &  KENNETT LTD.  !   TREE FALLING; 7 b  \TOPPING-OR REMOVING v'  LOWER LIMBS FOR VIEW.  Insured work from Port- Mellon  to Pender Harbour  Phone 886-9946  MARVEN VOLEN  bf?;  L.J_*^*T?*_---- -  Legal Notices: .  V7c per cjount line (5 -words)- jirst  Insertion^ 113c per count^line  sequent insertions.  Deadlines: Saturday 5 p^m.  Subscription Rates;  L��    JROCKGAS  ^STRAWBERRIES.   Phone   885-  1   9510  cr 1885*2109. 9884-28  %WB���Zt<BV  (it. One- j-^ar-old ��� in perfect  condition. Va new cost. Walt  ;Nygren Sites Md., Gibsons,  Phone  886[93C3. 9883-30  PERSONAL  furnace, ceiling un-  Bethel Baptist  Church  Sechelt, B.C.  ' Sundajr-School 10:00 a.m.  Church ,11:15  a.m.     - -  Prayer meeting y/ednesday  7:30 p.m,  Qbc|��es & Comment  By Vito Cianei  I 10c per copy, 50c per piontrfUby  * ��� advance.    % !  carrier); $5-00 per year,-in  Cord of Thanks, Engagements,  Deaths, Births, In Memoriamj Coming Events, Etc. Per insertion (up to  40 words) $1^5; extra words 3c   |F0R A t!UMber af-years before I started this column  each. 25c Discount if paid before    ,���*��� VI\ **���*      i; T   t- i        *~ *��- +t*��  "R P    TVaehpr   '  '        publication. v      !      in The News. I did a page for the   B.C. leacnei,   ���_:    Ithe monlkly organ of the BCTF, under the same title   ���     !j)ut writtsii under a pseudonym.  I used a pseudonym because  at that tinhe I felt that it -was  more important  for  the'read-  PLUMBING repairs and instlal ,-T-- -  Rations. Agent far Stihl po\tar ers, what there were of them,  $ws. Tillicum Plumbing, j Box , to considir the ideas . being  ffi   c*.~u*,tt   ��������>���,. co=: itnl I        exnressed-rather than the iden-  310, Sechelt. Phone 885-205*>  ���j f        9949-  fn  WANTED Miscellaneous  "ffi f  PEIfS  4-  SM4LL    puppies,  885-951fc-      I  $10.    ea<fh  9885]  expressed- *ather than the identity of the writer. This led to  ,a number >f vastly entertaining  situations, since it was a long  timg   befoje   any   of   my   col-  ~. rr: ^���T! '^. *S*S  tha        w��   ,pd satisfying episode connect  ADTiB  useb   gashing   maehijje.   'leSsibl    for  be stuff   and M^with, my writing of thc bag<  ' .Please call1885-9654. Ask*4>r   I^?^!?i1 i2!. 7 .-�� -iJI���    foA the   "B.C.   Teacher"/was  Ray, I 9878'  ,29  '29  PEKINESE puppies, 886-9890.  -   ; ' 9915-tjFn  REAL ESTATE  eNif:   of   the;  best  .properties in Gibson^. Rev-  ct;u<| producing. $8,500. full  prlcfj. E. AIcMynn, Real Es  late�� and   Insurance,   GibsorsJw   BCTF  886-^166.  f  ���+���  9886-&9  ed my owi words back to me  yy.^back up his side of the dis-  waterfroht-   cushion.  As  I reJnember, there were  two .or   three   occasions   when  the' curreqt   president   of   the  hit i the ceiling   with  a  WORK WANTED  "ex  9887-31  pcrative skill and persuasiveness to be able to put it over  so well. |  Two years later this man  showed up in Powell River in  the person of one Norman Mac-  pherson, and thus began a fine  friendship.)  I suppose the most exc ting  even then | only a few spotted  me.  It was" f reat fun tp listen to  some of the columns! being  torn apart at the lunch table  or in the's aff room. Sometimes  the teach jrs were even in  agreement with the opinions ex-  for ���- the "B.C. Teacher" I was  to find great chunks of the/ material quoted by Hilda Neatby  in hpr book "So Little loir the  Mind," which came out about  ten years ago.  She had been condemning a  lot of the professional writing,  ���    It  and  the ideas  expressed,  n^TU ��� �����"^."i^M. and   m*  1��ieas   expresseu, | auu  !     1 Llfir ^en explained that fortunately  occasion in a staff room argu-        .    ,. r .,.._. , :��_JT...���*  ment.' one jof the fellows quot-  stern lettej to the editor -of the  magazine about something he  was toufchy about, and that I   ���  ,____-,    had ribbetj a bit. He never did  R'ElllABLE   I babysitters^ atkb4ind ��^ tljat I was responsible*  ' 'tybers.' Sechelt  885-9383.     T * fo-i the comments,  although  I  1 7     talked abojut one of the topics  ;vWith htm at convention time.  ,; One of the more spirited exchanges, of opinion happened  wheif.I made a lot of rude .remark's about "The Lady of the  Lake" as a literary choltre for  Grade 8. There was rousing defense* of "this well-known epic  from a teacher somewhere in  the' wilds of Vancouver Island,  "' ba'cked up jby" enthusiastic coin*  m&nts by members ,of his class.  n  E*  :** ?  Fields. - Lawns - Gardens  - ^ROY BOLDERSON  'Box 435 - Sechelt  {        885-9530  Plebse  phone   evenings   only  not all professional writing was  of this calibre, that occasionally there were sound ideas to  be found in teachers' magazines.  In ptoof of this statement  she quoted from the Alberta  Teachers' Association journal,  and selections from my pieces  in the "B.C. Teacher." She  filled nearly five pages in her  book with these quotation; ahd  her own comments on tliem.  I went around purring t< myself for weeks after that; feeling only a little frustrated at  not being able to share this  excitement with anybody.  But there came an end to this  happy slate of affairs, when  the August editor decided that  my material was getting too  controversial or something, and  that I should maybe give it a  rest. Looking back^at it now,  I must^say that I was sounding off pretty volubly that last  year.   In   addition  to   "QJiotes  and  I -countered by saying that this    & Comments" I looked af er a  didn't provje the piece was any  ,j wiiuj good, bu^only" tha^he teacher  rS7224fn    must have been^a man of su-  ' >-"*;? _ __j   ?yr  i  T LO  ; EARL'S COVE SUBDIVISL..  Adjacent to Earl's Cove Ferry Jerminal on Sunshine  Cjoast Highway. Beautiful viewTbf Jeivis Inlet. Excellent fishing and boating. Good site foi motel and boat  ,   | i    rentals.  ; W/fTERFRONT LOTS $3J!  I *���   * VIEW LOTS FROM $1800  \P% down. Easy terms on balance. Discount for cash.  ! 0. SLAOEY  '!        Madeira Park, B.C. ��� Phone 8j83-p233  I 1   ���  qttestion-and-answer page, and  wrote a monthly ��"Open Letter." So I packed it up, with  the feeling that there should  have been space^for controversy in a teachers' magazine,  but bowing to editorial judgement nevertheless And as you  see, there's! still <room somewhere for j "Quotes & < Comment." j  Beat^y Saloiji  Seehelt  Evelyn Hayes  Above Post Office  Cutting and Styling  Tuesday to Saturday 9-5  '"Ifouif Stairway To  Hair Beauty"  Phone i 835-952$  and  Insurance  Phones:  885-2013, 886-2191  fireplaces  planters  foundations  ( Walls  , a. simpkins -885-2132'  SWANSON BROS.  Septic Tanks and Drain Fields  Backhoe and Front End  Loader Woik  Screened Cement Gravel  Fill and Road jGravcl   '  Phone 885-9666  Box 172-Sechelt  WATER SURVEY  SERVICES  Complete Water System Service ��  L. C. EMERSON  Sechelt 885-9510  I Insured Blosting  =(L- ;   Frank E. Decker  OPTOMETRIST  "   Bol Block  Gibsons"  Every Wednesday  for..appointment  886-2166  Phone Sechelt 885-9669  PENINSULA  BUILDING SUPPLY  "The House With A Heart"  E. J. Caldwell, Proprietor  Box 97 - Sechelt, B.C.   ii M,  BRITISH AMERICAN  OIL CO. LTD  Fuel Oil -.Gasoline - Oil Products  W. A. Parsons, I Agent  Phone 885-2016  What* Road, SceJielt, B.C.  Scows ��� Logs  SECHELT TOWING  & SALVAGE LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving  & Log Towing  L. HIGGS  Phone 885-4425  - PENINSULA ROOFING  Asphalt & Gravel  Built-up Roofs ,  Guenther Barowsky  R.R.  No.   1* Gibsons  AUTOMATIC LAWN  MOWER SHARPENING  Get Your Lawn   Equipment  Sharpened Now  Irvine Benner  Phone 885-2292  *���"��� "'j' ��� ���        �����'���������    �����������!������    ���<  ,       TINGLEYS  HI-HEAT  SALES and SERVICE     i  (for all your heating     ]  requirements  il Co.'s Finance Plans'  C. E. (Col) Tingley  ;Box No. 417, Sechelt  885-9636 ��� 885-9332  LAURIE SPECK  SHEET METAL LTD.  Oil Heating - ,Furnaces  Sheet Metal  GIBSONS,  Phone 886  B.C.  9961  CABINETS  CUSTOM WOODWORK  ! HOMES  ' GuenthejC-Jtarowsky  i R.R. No.  1  G.ibsons  Phone 886-9880  The Finest In  FLOWERS  For All Occasions '  ELDRED'S FLOWER SHOtf  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  Phone 885-4455  t  RAY NEWMAN  PLUMBING  Hot Water Heating  Nothing Down  10 Years to [pay  PARTS AND REPAIRS TO  ALL WATER-PUMPS  Phone 886-9678  STUCCOING-PLASTERINCi  GYPROC JOINT FILLING  CEMENT WORK  by  N. SCHOENEWOLF  Phone 886-2862  CHAIN SAW CENTRE  Wilson Creek  Dealers   for   P.M., Conadien,   Mb  Culloch and Homelite Chain Sawjs,  Complete stock of all models  Parts and repair service.  Telephone 885-2228  Phone 886-9880  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Electrical Contractors  Appliances - Electric Hea^  Phone 885-2062!  EVENS TV & RADIO  SALES & SERVICE  All Appliances  Franchiscd Philips Dealers   ,  -Marine Drive -Gibsons  Phone 886-2280  CUNNINGHAM  AMBULANCE SERVICE  HALFMOON BAY  Emergency and non Emergency  colls.   Speciol   rates   for   O.A.P.  Qualified personnel  24 HOUR SERVICE  Phono 885-9927  ��� *** ��� .         ������ ������  PLUMBING REPAIRS AND  INSTALLATIONS  Agent for Stihl power saws.  TILLICUM PLUMBING  Box 316, Sechelt  PHONE 885-2055  PRINTING  BUSINESS ��� PERSONAL  SOCIAL  RUBBER STAMPS     ' ,  THE TIMES j  Phone 885-9654  wcy  Canada's trade with all coun��  tries amounted to $13.8 billion  in 1963 and in thc year there  was a favorable trade balanco  of $421 million, the third export surplus since 1962. A sSkrr"--*.  J I fc C .flbwt*-    " "���"  i-1-   *i��-*r.r>'- ^-^ e>  : fe"rt��Tb*  People places &_; things  7���ByRosy and Alex Simpkins  JANNIE USED TO spither-food out! Now we can't fin  her up. She is crawling all-over and runs around  in her walker. One tooth is in sight and she likes to bite  on it. The six-month-old Times, born the same week as  Annie, is getting around pretty fast for its age, too. Reports, have come in, of it popping up^ from California  , to Alaska, from Victoria to Halifax, and qttiite a bit of  globe trotting in Europe.  ir-        t  '    I  .       "     >  i*   ~ *-  - x.  | , J  *   . i  :1  1  3  'We were telling Mrs. Andy  Murdoch of Honeymoon Road  about the bobcat which _Iah  Cattanach had shot at his house  * in our Stone  Villa  subdivision  ton  Rosamund   Road.   Soi  .Mrs.  Murdoch told about the ^ wild  life' on her property. Shebwas  ;busy with ,her month-old 7son  when !her small boy called  from the porch) 'Coma quick,  there's 'a big insect".  'Step on  ��� it', says* mother. 'It's too. big.  It might bite me.' Mothar_runs  out  and   finds   a   baby  mouse  '���with it's eyas not yet open.  ' *f      *      c _  .Mr.   Fletcher,   senior,   long-  *b time resident of Wilson Creek,"  who gardens for Mrs. Charlotte  Jackson was  giving mesome  ... gardening hints when he noticed my_7V*ine Maples. These  were brought over from North  Vancouver,   where   they__grow  ; : profusely,! by  my. brother Bill  I Oyans. Mr. Fletcher said he  hadn't seen.any of them growing on thc-Sunshine Coast. At  least one other person has them  Capt. John Bunyan, Pratt Rd.,  Gibsons.  '"���*     *     *"    - *"���:    "  The grass grows greener on -  . the other side of-the fence'. We  'met   a   charming   lady   in   a  gnome house set on a hilL It  ' had a breathtaking view btthe  sea, sky and hi^iway.:ttlis the  - kind   of   spot   where, anyone  could.be happy: but her desire__^^  . is to have >a place down^ar^8^6 vciS  * the beach where she could feel    Vancouver,  the pound of the waves, Yes-  - terday we were *in a haautiful  ' home  on   the   waterfront   and  the people w;ouId .like to find  * a place where they could see  the ssa but get away from the  ' noises, winds, and high taxes.  Batchelor'sr    building " ground,  . Tuwanek? beyond   the   road's  end. Here campers buy water-  access lots, on a hillside fit for  side-hill Gougers and Woof-��*oof  birds.  A  black  tear and  cub  shuffka off into the bush.ABTT-  -ly said,   'Let's catch the "cub  ! TBut! that was 80, years  ago",  and raise It, like your.dad did.*  'Weil dadv <rs ythat where Cou-  .sin Jim got tha name Jasper?*  'Well "Jasper   was.   Jim's   own  hraicchild, which sprang from  the history ct the original bear  Ev-a    which    my . dad  "found,  brought licme in his pocket to  Winnipeg and raised on cow's  milk*. .      /���' .  *   - - s    ��--��  -Things   noticed in   the   past  -week include: :  A swallows* Best above the  light bulb on the porch of tha  Gibsons dentist office. Two figurines ot loggers sawing-log.  'Power is supplied by fast  creek. There is a sign over,  'Not on stiSke*. A field at  strawbemes-on Mason Rd. in  West Sechalt, which is a sighr  worth photographing... A car  from1 New Jersey and big trailer from California.  Last week a piece of land,  $1500 in Davis Bay, was sold  to a Vancouver man. sight unseen. -This has-happened several times this year. We wish  we slM had land' for sale for -  it looks like a real estate boom  is getting underway. In 1910  a boom in North  Lots were bcftight  and sold on the ferry. We met  a man who bought such a* let,  sight unseen,! withotA road,  light or water1. He paid taxes  until 1954 and sold them at a.  profit. It is better not to. buy  in a boom, but buy before, the  prices go sky.nigh.  . The Segheft Pehfnsufa Times,, WiedLj July T, 1964 Page 3  Weekly Rambles   -   - ... I        ���fay Tom Jonets--  JULY. IS NEARLY here tat summer isn't, not accent-  7 ing to the clouds in the skv or the behavior of tbe  family cat. The sky is blue in sp4ts with a thick looking, thundercloud that appears to? mean business, and  the family cat has found a dark corner in the house Jo  sleep in.  X  Remember- *  IS!!??^    onJy YOtTcan I  dmr PREVENT!  ^ FOREST HRESI  sobdiyxiins of land .m^mbrgan-  ized-territory here is a needed  occupation and one which can -irill have better^ wsather sith  be just as agreeable and sat-    dsfaydrated si__i_fi___e.  ThsUaek of summer* weather  has not deterred visitors from*  cominli to see cur^town.  Mis Edna Boarque of Vancouver h visiting her: friends  Mr. and ilrsJl*s> Jofccssc and  family and wifl; be here for  July 1. 1  * Mr. and Mrs. _T. "Lamb *cd .  family will -be g<mg on a holiday .this   mrzsh;   Maybe   they  east of Ksmloofa^ Thef win be  going jto    the    $ofrt��to    Lay  Trai^iig camp as a'wurk. party.  While there they *��.;; -*ork en"- -  the   grounds,   do;-*-..-a?   Bibje  stndy axzd  take ;htz in   recit*-  -  stionat activities." -:  isfylrfg as bricklaying- The. surveyor will draw up the necessary forms and maka application to the Dept. of HIghwa.4,  No lot should be less -thab*  ;15,000 sq. ft. as otherwise a. water system may be masdatory.  A water system requires the  blessing cf the Public Utilities  Commission. Swamp land may  nesd drainage or- get -a rejection from the Dept^^ef Heahh.  Everj- lot musJ^liave proper  road access, unless il can he  Quickie Potzet anrir Waiter  Kshock have started ce a trip  and won't be areunxl for a  VkhHe.  . Mrs. Janst . farshal and her  daughter" Jul visited Mr. and  Mrs. HarcM Nelson and family last week-    *  Later lastTweek Mrs.  N- J.  Nelson had her-daughter Mrs.  lEster Bertram and her grandson Johnny visiting her home.  Lack of good weather will net  hold up the swimming classes  classified on the waterfront ��_ either. Rain or shine the first  7 My sisteni Slargumte and  husband Charles-Sutton are leaving for two months holiday in  England. Thgy have given- their  Staffordshire address and have  explained   that^thay   do " not  . want to miss a single copy of  the Sechelt Times. .:  ,';���.On Fathers'  Day, Alex and  the boys wenfTCshing to Gam-  .bier Island; A couple of^sal-  moni did. what thay  werfr-ex-  pected^to^ do. The little lanes  *bh the island are windingy^nd  ' pictureaiufcl.'nisTe are 20 care  on the --low^- and no place to  ��� pass. The inhabitants  are expecting a- head-on collision any���to theTa^ntion of tbe outside  . day now. What appears to be    world. TSere is no room among  needed more than anything else'   proper mountaineers for stunt  are handymen1, and woodcutters,    men,  and * poor fellow arbo  .-.land.is;njr_.,$��B?ns__e,. people;^ drills: Juries 4h shear rock jmd  are very friendly, pioneers _are    dangles :sbdut"~av ropes after  needed.  a w^ater-access-lot. There is a  deficits minimum road frontage dimension related to the  lot-depth. ���*-    " ' " - I  Road to he ba3t wiR become  the property of the Dept. of  Highways. J  So they must be 60 feet wide,  fuOy cleared and debris buni.  They must be properly (Etched  and gravelled. Permaasit culverts, concrete or steel, must  be constructed as ordered. An  additional 33 foot slice dowp  any property edge may be requested along with a demaril  far cadi to cover cost of clearing such a future road allowance. If the proposed sub-division faces a fairway, an entirely new road will be requested, .parallelling  the  highway.  When the Hlfgiways and  Health   Departments - have   a��-  swimming class  will  be  held  on July 6.    .  AIke Potts. Heather Patrick,  Gail and Valsrie Swansea, Les-  Ee Cobligh araf Heather Esp-  ley left on tha 8:30 ferry Sunday est their way to^ Sorrento  on Shushwap Lake ffit>-  miles  - The phrir cf Sc H.fcia** had  ��� a picric at 'the hzrze cf "ifr.  -azd   Mrs.   Da*��-; . or,   frs'.nrdify  attemxsn.    y *     . , *  Rev.JD. F. K*rri- d;::.catad  a codwrBfikai^^r'.lcc- or. Stas-*  <��a;-i a* a -gift tr^t: *.:-.����� cc,3>:rr-  2atits]ta. ctmc;atr.-1ntc the  ric^ntl crdisiticn - of \r.-.- Rev.  J. B. Fergesseti.a* u. or-.-st &��  thz Aagsxaoe church Mr. Fer-  geiitajhas fe^en at il lOd^r-*  for thi past year" -    ��� :  Mt. lAE^rew's l-4y% '���hip (a  be formid in tm St, lf::*Ja's  Acglicin- Church. -  Sylvia, and Pete- lacfcs.-.r. cb-  tertamid at a gardin barbeexe  ei boaar7. of Mrs :-(>. EhcLm'st  (Auntia DcrcUiy) "u.to recrc^jy  celefarst��d a btrilidaj. Af:��r  dinner ' callers ���& ;re Fran azzl  Alan J&cksoa and Su��; arjd E2-'  ly. Woods.  Bob eed JLorrair*'- T>icn are  in frzm the Qui-en GhariTt:;^  and wire aise visiter* at th-zt  Jackson  hacae  or.- poli-hlr.   St.  Davis' Ottawa \ Diary  T~ '      iBy Jack tknrts, M.P.-  ! ' - I    !      ���*  WHILE THE FLAG issue has been C3pturtng{ t& headlines Parliament has been hard at work}-on other  ''things, It passed the Columbia River-Treaty m jig time.  Then it-turned ta another and eveajraore imp<jHant ma��*  ter���slum clearance in the heart: of Canada's bigger  cities. r". ��� ���|���1 ���  Years ago some young men  were climbing a ro^k face  near our B.C. Mountaineering"  Club cabin on Grouse Mt. .One  fellbw broke a leg.-The mature  memhfers frowuai on this -sortr  of things since it reflected oh.  our reputation. Also* thsy pointed-out that the articles, of in-  -corpo^^kHi expressed the purpose of the club was to study  the flora and fauna of the B.C.  coast As a matter of fact, Tom  Fyles of Hopkins Landing, was  one of the original members to  bring ths deficits* of the* Blade  Tusk  meadows   and  Garibaldi  Up- until now Ihe emphasis  ia sew construction has beer  on 'the, single family dwelling  cepted the subdivision, the nee- " ���ihe typical 3-bedroonx subur-  essary papers having been sig-    baa hornet More than, a htm-  ned   by   ihe _ property owner,  Efept. c�� Highways and the surveyor are sent to Victoria for"  final approvaL _     J  After a -few: dozen transactions have been recorded .the  Income Tax Dept. wfll come  calling for a haed-ouL7 Oa ap-"  proved subdivisions the Hy dro7  have nm "power Kn^ free <tf  charge. If you plan to subdivide it is advisable to calculate __8 these costs before  a price tag> is put on tbe lots.  Middle age is fee time when  a man is aSsays thinking that  in.a week or two he will feci  as;goodTas ever.:    -~ :-.'.yZ'A :  dred theosanc units have bees  built every year since the end  ot WofTd War ' II���principally  in the outskirts. Over SO per  cent of these ne�� homes hive  been put up to boose people  of average means and the  well-to-do. Only a few per cest  ���less than 10 thousand���have  been built in what might genuinely be called re-development  areas. This isn't even a begin-  ning~whei one thinks of those  hundreds of thousands of Canadians who live ia- the blighted  -areas of oar bigger cities���in  aibstandard homes some of  which should ._ be condemned  and most of which are in nets!  afyw^irs "of one kind er an  other, i ..   I~-- i   -  i . j  Slurs* ciearanee m an expeii-  sive   basine*s -nmnipsi to   jcv-  eral  handred  tfaoui#raJ  dollars -  aa acre in ear tnork conge^ed  downtown areas. Aial tterc are  operating losses. Ouf. city councils eoaldn't ready 'face op lo  the  expesdllares ngoived  and_  they kept Twttirtt a��t |fce day  when, tiey would haie io tackle  -these schemes in at really 'big *  way.    i I    } ;   _ - *:  Now they will hayt w excuse  for tiragginf their"feet; Ottawa  will meet part if oofc aE of the  operatisg losses ass4ciated_��ith  urban recewaL It Iw0 tnz����  special! loans for tfce |installation of new sevast_ lystem*. ..  All bukSngs don't jive to ;be  torn imn. Some.cis��he jace  lifted instead. And*rt '"will no  longer requlre-that'lioa-ing- re-  -We went" to see "Sir. Harry  TELEVISION  SALES & SERVICE  ���"RELIABLE!-7 PROMPT   >  RICHTER^S T.V.  XjXs& RADIO LTD.  Sechctt, B.C. -Ph. 885-9777  dark can only come to a. sorry  ��nd." This  sort.: of "filing has  Ttttle place iarthe ns^t fascin-__^  a ting  of oetdonr  naai-competb~j}  itivje sports, Ijvhere tte~mq^:  important aspects are "development of heart and lungs, good"  fellowship, and exploration..   -  -.. I was an automobile accountant :-fdr years* aik! so can appreciate the superiority of ma-  kih^ ��-4iving oat-of-doors. The  Vl  f  Y :  v  <  ):'  i. i  i.  OES OOHLES - BESfl BOHIES  25c  loz. cash for empty  BEEP, BOTTLES  delivered t4 our yard, ot Wilson Creek. Will pickup {100 dox. lots at 25c per dox.   ,  7; Fo|low the sighs of Fields Rood      b  ^RUEBEN STROSHEIN - Phone 885-2261  iCHRT JUR SERVICES  PORPOISE BAY  (Scchalt)   B.C.   ^  Alf^ Sbafte ���^ Aircraft Maintenance  -.  Fishing  Hunting  Freight  Air Taxi  Contract Flying \  j      * '  Sightseeing Tour^  Timber Cruising I  - i I  Air Ambulance ^  ,i:  4..-  ��� *' ..  ��� ��  # . .  -�� ' -���  < ������  .��    '-  <  ��        !  ...'  J   :���  If    ;  < ;  �� '.  PHONE SECHELT ggj-f J## AND BOOKJ FLIGHf  ffe^v &?V^&T**  "���^  ^^^S^OSP1^^^^  ��. ..-  yV-jtV  & ��� SecTielt  theTime Has Come ,|. .'.. . To Talk if Many ���'Things; of Shoes, Ships, Scaling  Wax, CabbageKings  ���-���|-  Widncsday, July 1, 1964  Other  Fsi-��lsl��ia Reverts T�� Stone  THjE CYCLfe is almost complete and it but re- revealing more and more of what nature bestowed  mains f<ir topless? swimsuits to be outdated them with; they have now all but exhausted their  bi^bottomlcss swim-strits to end up wlere! it all resources. * 1 - ,     Jt ������  started, in the stone age. With no more secrets to reveal and having  Britain has joined the "back to nature" fad reverted to the fashionable attire of treir jungte  contributing1 the topless cocktail dnss. which counterparts, it would seepi the ��f*JJ W��2|J  already Citught on to the imaginatio. i of those advance by the fashion experts wilbbc strings^  1     **   ..      .  . ..       - . beads, natur^y at fir&t, of a clear nature  as daring prevails, obscured beads. -  AH being well, by the end of the c<ntury,Tfic  little lady should have ^igain reached the stage  where knee length sjcift^will have paused an  outcry fromthe moralist* of that time.  This fluctuating craze of prudity  by  has  who delight jin bucking society regardless of the  degradation jnvolvcd  The moral implications of thc approaching  bare bdsom jera are not as serious as might be  generally considered, foe in * very short time it  would be become accepted as a ��� wajf of life,  whether doable or not  rock bottom, is, where wi  Over the years they ha^e sought   native women who save  means of attracting the jmale of the sjecies by   nature's clothes through  ��� finally reach  from there?  to nudity  is indeed good business (or the'clothlnjg industry  Only ptjoblem awaiting the ladies bnce they   but it surely must raise  something cf a smile  I they go   among the so called primitive and uncivilized  ���" *   ��  is Spirit 'Reviv<.d  PERTURBED aKthe sorry manner in Which* the  oldtimc spirit! of Chiristmas is falling by the  Waiyside  in the  tsdal WJaVei of commercialism,  business martj and councillor of Gibsons, Sam  bFladagar, came out lastj Christmas with a sug-  ' ges,tion jtwhiCJh he felt vj'ould ftejp maintain, to  some extent, a concept presently facing oblivion.  Taking into account the numerous lodges,  clubs and institutions in ihe district, Flddagar put  forward the idea lhat onb or more of tpe groups  f undertake the project of (erecting a larjie wooden"  < cr4ss on topi of the "JBJluffs," Illuminated wjth.  colored lightib the cross jwould be seen for miles  and would not only help remind people <?JL the  ?S.  Christmas story, but cou!  sons landmark.  v This was undoubtedly an excellent  tion with lots of merit; nevertheless, th  many others failed at the  and was, to all intent, forgotten.  Last week the profbsition was  of day when a local man-approached  cillor with a view to discussing possibilit  actually going through with the project  It is hoped one or more of the  gtt behind the scheme and carry it  completion for it would ndecd be an  accomplishment.  a fortune by  the centuries.  d be retained  Capitol Mkak���� $��hs  NCE THERE exists ri degree, of uninformed  I public, prejudice against profits, Ottawa's  fproposed surtax on foreign dividend; may be  Ipplitically popular. But in its inevitable conse  |qbence of discouraging'foreign inves ment, re-  ���f s��onsible critics charge, this tax polic y may be  - disastrous,    i  ��� I    The government's proposal, ih bri ef, is that  T6r foreign-pwned compjanies thai do  Sse?l at lejist 25 per jcent of "their  anadians by the end of 1964, the w  \ ta|c on dividends to non!-residents will  fr#m 15 to 20 per cent.  ���Xl    One   outspoken  critic   of  this  ��� hostility  to iforeign  investors  is  Eric  .minister of revenue in the Quebec G.vernment  **Of all the jreturns from new invest nent," he  of  not offer  shares to  ithholding  be raised  policy  of  Kierans,  said  in  a  recent  speech,j "dividend!.  least." If foreign.money builds a pew  000 jiulp mill, he went oh by wray  example, the pwnerfV di vidends may  SI,000,000 a year. But the public's g;pns  be much greater; an estimated 1,500  apd  indirect  employment':for hundreds  $10,000,000  a  yearr int wages   and  $3,000,000 a year in tax revenues;  purchase of $15,000,000,  ials and services.  '     Capital makes jobs, and it will require a  great deal of capital���mtCh^more than Canada.  can  supply  on  hcr own i���to expand   employ-  . ment to the.predictable Ubor force grpwth over  the next decade. "I  i worth of raw  THE CHARGE that there is widespread poverty  7 /. in Canada,- says a professor of ce< nOmics at  tie University of Western^rttand, is a myth concocted by social workers! who want to <reate jobs'  ff>r themselves  and by' the sensatiopaL prCss^  which wants,"to increase circulation;  ; Have added also that some politicians [have been  ;making exaggerated statements.on��� -the iriibject,  lipping to win votes by Implying a monopoly on  simpathy for the poor.   ' T  I "Despite: the advertising campaign about  poverty," Professor John Madden told the Canadian Cbnfetence on Social Welfare,-' it's everybody's judghient for himself. Nobody can say  Scientifically jwho is poor." It is a vilid point.  Ifiving costs and living standards vary from-  province, to province, from village to city, from  Jfimily t<> family. Some people can save money on  kb income that leaves others in\hardshi'>i  \| But if, fpr^the sake of argumentsfwe t^ke a  $2,000 anniia!l income as the poverty ilevel,  frofessor Majiden pointed out that 87 ��er cent of  Canadian urban families are above j that il'me.  Jpurther, only 38 per cent of individuals living  ^utside of families receive less than 751,000 an-  as  retaining  as a Gib-  sugges-  idea like  first base  Ipven light  the coun**  ies of  institutions  tprough to  admirable  arc  the  $50,000,-  specific  come to  would  new jobs,  more;  ���salaries;  ie animal  mater*?  He might  nually. Those figures, he Contended, do riot justi*  fy a massive government crash proj^am^ the  "war on poverty" of the political spe<:cbes and  sensational headlines. Rather, he ��� argues, we  should do the obvious and fairly easy t rings that  need-to be done���such as ljigher pensions for the  needy poor, or allowance^ high enoujji to enable a widow to bring up! her children with dignity and Education.  It is a tragic paradox that, with all the  spending of public funds oa welfare anil security  programs (more than $4,000,000,000 aijinually at  all levels of government)  for some. The cause, of cdurse, is that  ciple of universal prograrns���equal aid to all,  regardless of need���hot only deludes us into be  lieving that poverty has be m'relieved, put leaves  far too little for the really needy  HIGH AMONG the reasons for thoughtlessness,  cloudy judgments anji mental confusion is  that all" too few persons  some hard thinking. To db your job Well, whether it be as a homemakijr, student, :armer or  executive, you have fo set aside sorje period  each day,, however limited,; for refle  stock-taking.  This  daily  .tion  and  "thinking  tine"  is. a  Don't be afraid to take a big step'if one is indicated.  *.ou can't cross  . food for thought  a chasm in two small jumps.  ���David JLloyd George  must if you are to measure up to the :hallenges  of your 'day-to-day personal responsi tfilities as  wellas thc more profound implications of why.  you were born, where you cameTrom "ind where  you vare going. If thinking does not ccme easily  at times, take heart from what Robert Blatch  ford said in 1903: "It takes longer to think  clearly than it takes to learn rifle shooting,  round-arm bowling or piano playing.'  pfi$30if��  "limdybe wrong,  hut I shall not be so wrong  as to fail to jay  what I believe to be right."  ���John Atkins  WImt They  Bwt*i Km��w  OVest Virginia Hillbniy)  IT   WAS   terribly   sad.   Here  somebody   was   nosing  Into  things   arid   found   that  these  families were living on some  property   that   Mrs.   Lyndon  Johnson   owned.  The   houses  were classed as shacks. There  seemed to be no plumbing as  better people  know plumbing,  abd, Well, the people, were un-_  rferpriviledged. Only they didn't  Inow that^ see? So the reporters tell thc old man how bady  (ff he is.'He shakes his head.  jjle   saw   nothing   wrong.   He  thought   Mrs.   Johnson  was   a  fine   woman  to   give   him   a  house to rent cheap, only five  dollars a month, which, is a  good tip in a night club for  over   privileged   people    who  don't live in shacks. The reporters    went    away    shaking!  th^ir heads, and the underpri-'  vileged  families  shook theirs.  But they'll be back, the report-;  ers,   and   soon  they   will   get  through to tiie people that they  are really underprivileged and!  that Mrs. Johnson is a Shylock-li  And the man will move into a *  house which isn't a shack withy  running Water and get him a:  televiisibh set arid watch plays'  about men with problems and!  frigid   wives.   They   will   get.  steady  jobs' and  moonlight  a;  little  bit. and  get  their ulcer  ration.   Once in  a   while  they:  will have a minute to rest and  think about a little old shack  down in Alabam'  where that  nice   Misses   Johnson   treated:  everybody so good and where:  you didn't have no worry all'  day. The moral might be fbundf  somewhere between a hospital:  that wakes a patient to tell him  how sick he!is and the fact that;  the   most   active   battleground;  for the war oji poverty will be \  fought  on  the front  pages ofy  the newspapers. ]  ;A Mugie  Cur pet.  (Fraser Valley Record)  THE Better Business Bureau  has warned that certain firms  that sell carpeting are under-'  stood to be (operating in the In-!  terior of British Columbia.  In many cases these contracts will be a follow up of a!  very heavy direct mail cam-!  paign which has brought many  replies. Extravagant claims are!  made as to jsavings to be made;  and the quality of the carpeting which will be supplied. If!  householders are approached  they should, the Bureau ad vis-:  es, take the following steps���   !  Ask the salesman to show!  them a tradesman's licence for[  your area.  Demand and retain a sample!  of the floor covering offered y  for comparison with the mater-!  ial delivered.  Take the time to check price  and quality very carefully be->  fore signing a contract.  Do not be rushed into signing a contract simply because!  "Thui is your last opportunity".!  Do not acieepfr-any salesman's  statements |0r promises unless  written into and forming part  of the contract.  pain Drop8_  The raindrops' run with hasiy  -i   feet,  Along ihe slanting roofs,  funding like Uw hurried beat  Of liny unshod hoofs.  Down they drop onto the  ground.  To hurry on their way,  For they havc lots of work to  y  do,        * '     :  Before ihey've time for play.  They have to scrub each dusty  i   flower,  And wash each blade of grass,  And water all; the thirsty roots,  As on their'way they pass.  And when the world is washed  and clean.   '   i  And all their work is done,  Away they run to find a stream  And have a bil of fun.  Here they toss and roll wiih  glee.  And fill thc air^ with spray,  luii like a lot ofchildren on  'A summer holiday.  For their little hearts are joyful  Because they're going home.  To the rolling sea which feeds  them  On ice cream made of foam.  little Boy  Houses  louses arc more than just four  walls.  Topped by a roof where rain-  j drops fall,  For some are bright and jolly  aniLgay,  With windows that gleam in a  friendly way. !  But some are snooty and coldly  stare, : '-  M passers-by from their windows where  iThe curtains are hung wiih so  much care,  you're .sure that no Utile boy  lives there.  Then others are built as if  they'd found* j  ,  A secret treasure *heath the  ground,   ��� .    :  And vainly tried with skulking  mein.  To keep their gold from being  seen.  "then some look cross, as cross  can he.  With roofs pulled down forbiddingly,  You're sure. that| If you dared to'  stop.  They'd bite off your head, with .  , a'big loud CHOP!  Maybe  you  don't  believe  it's  true  Tfhat houses act like they  X oughtn't to, * i  0ut you'll find it true as coukl  "\ be.. ��� -  !  Ijf you were a little boy like me.  By source, tax payments  made to the old age security  pension fund for the' year ending March 31, 1964, were: sales:  tay at manufacturer's level  $327 million; personal income  taxi $302 million, corporathnr  income tax: $116 million; total  $74$ million. Pension payments  from the fund in the year to-;  talljad $809 million.  BsBUmx Pa*iNsuiA^��fi_��  Published Wednesdays  !  ��� At Sechelt  on B.C's.Sunshine Coast  bv  Secbelt Peninsula Times Ltd.  Box 381 - Sechelt, B.C.  Serving the area from  Port Mellon fo Egmont  (Howe-Sound^ to Jervis Inlet)  Douglas G. Wheeler, Ediiot  S. B. Alsgafd, Publisher  Subscription Rates:  (in advance)  1 Year. S5 -2 Years. $9  3 Years $13  VS. and Foreign $5.50  -��*w��k*--* ��"**.  M- s * ~ **-**  ' "���''' - --'     *-   '   ji   rf   .���-   ������"������A-._i-'-i*Br    ���-n-i         '   -  -    "'     ���--"������������      ���     ������������t������������-��        *��� i-����.i��ii    - H '���      '"'���'  I  t  ^  flou/ic. a/.ouf t/ie tovm  ���By Ed Green  ONCEJ AGAIN A fatal accident has occurred on the  Sunshine Coast highway when a semi-trailer truck  ran out of control and turned over on the Halfmoon Bay-  hill. The how or why of it might never be learned be^  cause the man who could give the anivers died- However, one fact stands out clear; the driver could have  lost control.  ~\  Many will challenge the last  part- of thc last sentence but  a hard analysis of .it will bear  out- thc truth in it. The diction-'  a 6' gives many definitions of  control hut-they all boil down  to the oaa thing; restraint un?.  dicr all conditions.  . How much restraint has a  mere mortal on a 30-ton vehicle plunging dcwo a long* hill  at even 40 miles an hour? None  at all if the least thing goes  wrong: If the tractor brakes  are perfect but the driver los  es Ids- air on the trailer he  might" have a chance toi stop  thc - unit on* a level "roadyjjut  he dare not put his foot on the.  brakes on a" downhill *run7or 27  will 'jack-knife'^and crash. Any  oneof a dozen things est�� bap-  pen and all have the .usual re- -  suit, a crash. ' -  There is .nothing more  than- today's highway speeds.  Authorities say the speed doesn't hurt you. That's true but  the sudden stop enn-aod does.  On"a straight stretch of smoadi  highway you seem to le gatag  at a crawl at 60 or 70 mfles-aa  boor. The memetst yoa -realise  you are travelling at t���� great  a speed comes when something  fccsis suddenly, op sfsssd. Yob  bave n�� time to e��s thai.  Where fawyyots- control?   ~ J  It is Saoghahle to watch  -many, of today's saper-driverii  tooiing along^ at 50 miles an.  hoar with <ase hand lig&tly a*  the vfheel and the other propping up their e&wt from dm  WibdowsilL..T8sy.aaSy-ieS >��t-  ihsey haye eve^yZhmsg nndar  control with power brakes amf  steering. All Qsey seed is some  . power.' Chinking "Iks********^ so man  or. woman-, has ^aey&Bgg ussdzr  cfflitrol wife ehLy asar hssd on  the wheel. L_4 * tem& Mr* bis*  'sod iter are. yew? 7    *  .   | -  Today's - motor- vehicles ai*  as safe as the esgmecrs and  devisnPTS. ess mafcg them. t��  The Sechelt Pentnsofa Tunes, WedJ hdf j, I<_64- ?o$e 5  there were nr&y msme way c��  making the drisiag public as  gend    we    wookf    be    getting7  somewtere.     -  ��. *   �� - - j ���  "You say," the boss roared,  "that you have a thousand reasons  why  yoa  s_s__dkf haye   a  raise. Name me tear.** - -  **A wife and nine tads," said  the mas and got his raise.  ��   *   *  Ors of ota* local   merchant*  ' who * gave   . up  tsmsksag*   for -  health reasons ca beics asked-  Isow "he fc^ replied: "It mi^t  bs   good  tor yotar health  bet  the way it looks cow is that  i am gmg to be the healthiest  patient in Eisacdalc���.  -_������ '   ��   *  *   -     _^_ _���  "f didn't cal fete "anytKng.  year honor," Ae " djfeadaal  told the ma^strale. "Allt.said  was that ca my way  back   I  waoid stop at the butcher shop  and   pick   up  a   b<3s#' for   hiS  mathsr.**"     *    .'      -   _{. ~  f       ��� ��� *   �� J  When? d:?es "%*!m*  f%rk ��s*<f  aM Davis Bay'be2sPjit ism  ja  simple  cr you   thisk    The  bos  cssnpssy  will  scili you   a  ticket bt* Davis   B*y ind   the*  moment you come up ��? teg^  Ml jware hi &Jims P?rk aM  asotber I5e h doc, ��� If f oo buy  a tiekii ta See&eit  Car! Setetk ���  Park" die driver *a*��* !iacs&er -  15c  before- he  g��s  to -the tsp  cf ae Davk Bay bSI. There-i*  a 2.000 fo�� gap cf ?*�� Mae'S  Land, f :-  *..'  -,  'Sined the ��rf of W��rid War  Two- tsare thas mJxofiGO people Gfisg te ��mstn��tf - within'  the British - Commes*eal!h.  harve iimmtdt #mpk%*- tsdf-  pendence. .   t    -g --."  "*t. " 5  ��    I  AS AT DSC&CfSS 37, TSS3  ASSETS  1^-  Ca^h on hand and* in bank  'Account? receivable . -���  Prepaid expenses ���  3,6��Xfi��  10.7CW.6<5  S    2S44SJT2:  ��� J"   "���"��   ��J"-U-  ���J." - ���  Gwottf ��GapitatFoad  Cash In bank ^  Debenture debt recoverable ~  Dkcoam on< sale of debentures  f*iied assrts"*^ atcosl:" *   -  - "   Sacs'���7j   Buildings  Equipment  S^ 163.051.56;  ���J I J49t483-js2**-  .    23S345.42  Owing by Revenue Fund  1431333  unssxk^y  IJ2S^f  "���        JIIIIUI-T  Ssif&s ��� Sc&shikr f ���;   '       ��shsl.J* A  i$tfT70|��J  ft"'11'.     >,e  \  Eifabifl  *SMHM0i�� OP R  * * *       **���  FOR THE TEAR EUSHD CiSlMiSS Sf# tfflt  ".'.'1 b  * !*"  i ���  ���*���'������  <  t*  * - -I  * *.  i ���-,  ! ���'��� : "  L I.  ���    . ���  - *���  .',--.  !v  -' -  '  : - .  '. ���..  ��.*��� .  ^EVE^IIE.  T.^JCES:  *������"   Provincial Government ��� rural area  Village tstGibsons "Landing   -   Village of Sechelt .   _5��t9.?I5.<�� ���'<��� _i     - K  .   Tr.^0.0ff  "*.-_  - %tfaftPT "   -     '   '   -'i -  '*��.-���� * -^  i ^  GOVERNMENT GRANTS:  4��aMC* capkal and debt _  ---'* - d^wrtment''df'Heahh -zzZZ.  Department of Education  ^^SCEtLAli^EOUS:  ' *   RentaJs-.V  .si44^2rr.oo  :   ' 3,~t35A*  _       116M  ' ��Sice7 expense ^_^_  .Tnste�� expense   ���-  General espeass __  -5 14*466.75  .   3_rn.ii  .    VJM6Ji7  Xzms&g&CTjta&i;  "FcacheTs"* sauries  147,463^2  S3rf50��^*cfcrieai-'s^3r��s  Dental Fees    Sundry   Nighr School Fee*-:*-  Tuitioa fees  Grant in lieu of taxes.  ^   3^92J��  793--13  **.0��~  b- *55��.<Ky  .    3^sojoer  . .      324.03  Clher RBBftfflg 6SJJKESJ5  ���FEStA��KMSt  ���' ny^^PCf-l^ ��� *,p*yff*t^q*p  _     -7i3*��.f5  L.;".2W6-k��*  LiShi. power, waier. fuef  fesuraace, real. esc.    _S 53^��7.9��  .      S^S67^��  Excess of expenditure over revenue ���  carried to Schedule 1 ������������-���':  *   ������  9,161.4*  I3.9S2L27  REF?I^ AND 5KIfs?f*f^.^��C_:  ^n&f;- wages and  '" ;���- wasesxad :  P.tMtmtiinr wages and sappScs  _S   ���^*^.*E3  _   37JS7.42  O^TSTt^mCM. OF PUP1LS:  Oiflad^ cssoatss :���  --��   ~,L -**zk~    :   7 * -    r*  -     ��      *       . i.    '*-     .J       *J* *  Jj.^rBall. Chairman  Anne "Ehirns, Secretary-treasurer  B; W. M^Bone, Auditor *  m> -      mr.-*.^  m _ OSwr ��s��ey?nccLjetpc23C  ALTOLIAftY SERVICES:  " -"^Heafehl :   'Z%-���iSSJR  _ -t*;ti2:^  Bca^rand fc*dga^    Corre*5S3nrfence xsmsse%  '-*-Retarded cfafldregr,:,7 ":  _$   I,455^S  y- -���   -'-486JW:  5S7jW  NON-OPERATING EXPENSES: 7  Pa��ne��$ another school baa��fc  DEBT SERVICES:  DeSeetere pnocipal  UebetUBre interest  S851^85^3  Befeentare cfiscocnt amortiaKf  Bank cfaargra  .  _   5T.S0T.45  _      IJ75S4  843,36  CAFFTA!- ACCOUNT: *      -  Ejcpeiulkur�� an sites, buildings and equipment  $ MMLp  -   -   -l-     :i%  4        Zt ~  92JS5.S3  r   IQ.43-^43  '2.24?."{0  I    1"  i      :.t  27,#��9.J0"  S��5lJt5i3  ���<r-.  -r  fir-  *   .,  t: .  4  ��   ''.  <    -1  .  i.-  ! I ��� I  *.*,:  s. �� : - �����'  - i     *.  .iv'.*�� ;*'"'>-'. **���*;  I ���, ��� ,***********w**���  '    Iv �� .-Jt< ;**���-.'���  J-T "���������  ^^ -. -.^  .*::. *< IJS&3  ,x  -   >*  ... .  ���-���:.-  ��� j'i  . x  XX  r  wl1    I'  V  ii<  7  ' I  ' s-  i  -- . i  * -<  X  ...' ���  b  .*.  Thc Sechelt Peninsulo Times, Wefc July 1,1964 Poge 6-7  Along Peninsula . . ��  an mode dill&ctioiis  COl  'i"* ' *V��l    MOST DISTRICTS have somk little focal point of in-  " '*i*J    1* {i tcrest which in so many cades is a man-made at-  traction, often by one particular ingenious individual  or group of people. It is as cred t to these* people that  thtty put themselves out to the e. tent of providing their  community with eye catching at ractiojls. |  Tha  IVniittula certainly  has -  r Attractive gardeni  THESE TWO1 LARGE glass containers arrest the progress of many vikitors, w  their viv cf disiilay of plastic flowers "they grace the garden of Mri and_ M  J. C, Murray of West Sechelt - \     .     '*���*%***% 1*11^11!"  slop and I admire ttie * working  model of| two loggers sawing  through a log; in: the Robaite  occupied his home for the past  38 years. ,      i    ,.__:. Ub  Tliis almost Jlfe-size working  mndsl is i a simple but novel  idea and is operated by a small  jet. of water * ejected* through a  pipe by gravity from a nearby  crock. Brightly painted, the attraction has |)een iny operation  for almosf five yaarsr  CJray, Who previously, lived  at Elk Bay, Vancouver Island,  is now r j tired and has a. property to be proud of. Anothsr attraction ibt so-A|sible from the  highway is an ornamental pond  ccmpleta> with dummy i|sh,  ducks and tartoise, and surr-  ouMsd by artificial flowers.  Gray  ha.|  not yet finished far    p]  aj   plroluslCTV *of   flower-i    and  shrubs.r  Th;; glass contatiiar, which  hhve been an esUbfehed show-  isece for the pait three years,  were originally brbujsht over  fiom England. Murray, who  curie to Sechelt from the Nan-  a mo araa, obtained his idea  fiom his -brother-who has a  similar attraction. A N'anaimo  . drntfet  also has  such -a   cch-  Creek ansa. This is tiie handi* ^uinik,  bai~he. ih�� 'his  as  a  ith . work of If. i/iy.-O^;. who has  4|^ go^nsh bowl: .   \  rs.  ^tgfjgoklOs  Further down the highway,  another novelty -serves as quita  a landmark, Thvs. is a made!  o ajHvoodisn canaoh, the brain-  Ciiild of Assistant Ranger Wil*  liini G. Brown ar.d is situated  b >tween Halfmoon j Bay and  K iddlepoint. ' -i  Commanding t he highway  fioni both directions, th? can-  n>nywas manufactured from an  cid ! cable spool and a cedar  lcg.il-It has occupied^ position  u> oa a larga rock far the* past  ft  si  urj years, and. will .scan be  jcimrd by a smaller addition,  wftirh Brown is' currently ccn-  ucting.  ha -has plans for other attractions in t|ie futjtre.  Clcssr to heme, in Wast Sechelt. thef. front gardsn of Mr.  and Mrs J. C. Murray is a  delight to the beauty lover.  Eye catcier of his attractively  ti  Tliera probably are!many more  Loggers a* work  SOURCE OH interest to residents and tourists aul'3,, this working model of-loggers  at work was constructed by Mr. L. M. Gray of Roberts Creek more than f|our  years ago and is operated from a gravity fed water jet. _  ~->5 J4. * It E.  ti  These   ars  but  cxam-  of what a little/:magina-  a.nd work can - accomplish.  roughoul   the   PsjursuIu   bujL  p:issjibty  not  as  predominantly  situated.     . *' !  Numerous visitors ta Die (lis-  tiictj   will   remombt-r   it   fiom  fenced'lot-is- a pair of large these examples of manS in��en-  glass cotaainisrs with plastic u|t>4 They are to be congratul-  flawers. Rest of his garden js    a-.ed for their endaaVcrs.  In Your Garden  -   __.    Cable spool eannoft  SITUATED UP ON, a high rock, this dummy cannon,   manufactured from  an  cdble spool and cedar, log by William Brown of the Halfmoon Bay area,  ;l)een a landmark foi* the pastiour years,-Mr. and Mrs. Brown resided for 20 y^ars   put on the'compost pile'. Dust-  in Gffeens'before moving to their pre* ent home.  MORI! ABOUT . . .  Da^isy Diary  from f>age 3-j-         place [ housing.    Industry   and  loans for th? rehabilitation of  existing ho nes in selected  areas. Assistance will also be  given to nin-profit organiza!-  tions willing to provide shelter  commerce can: be encouraged ".tor people in our lowest income  to mqvje inst^d. All that is "groups. But enough, perhaps,  needed i's a c^imprheriaive plan has been said to Indicate that  ���one that fitls into an overall a fresh look is being taken, at  scheme"~for ithe metropolitan :the problem [of slum; clearance  area ih question and the neces- in Canada. |The provinces, all  sary help: will be forthcoming of them, arle willing to co-op-  from "^ttalva. ' erate;  So are our various poli-  There   wily be   low   interest^ tical Tpjirtiesb^This vital legist^-'  tion is therefore as jgooc as  passed. Soon ;it will issue in a  new era in respect to ufban  development in this countiy.  old  has  :    ���By your gcirdener ���* The Qld Rake  THE ROSE IS one of the most long suffering! plants we  grow. There are probably rijiore wrong things done  to roses than to anything else m the garden. The summer  care of the Queen of Flowers shjould be aimed at keeping the foliage clean and the tjlotans at their best for as  long as possible.  As prevention is better than  cure, the spraying program  should begin ;after the pruning  in April. Whether you use 'the  old fashioned lime sulphur or  one of the new preparations  made exclusively for - roses  makes ho difference, what  "really counts is the fact that'  unless spraying is done regularly there is no guarantee that  it willdo th?; job properly.  Black spot is the worst enemy, of rose foliage. Just as the  name indicates, it is recognized by black spots on the  leaves, which soon turn yellow and fall to the ground. The  worst thing you can do is* to  allow these diseased leaves to  remain oh the soil or to work  them into.it, This is as sure  way of keeping the disease in  your rose beds. All leaves infected with Black Spot should  be removed as soon as they  are noticed, and burned, never  tliey best time to * cut flowcrs-  and they will last longer if they  cut before they open up.  Klee a spent blooms cut off and  whefi you come to the last  er on a stem.icut it back  td nrtiere there are! five leaves  awl to an outside bud. An examination of your bushes will  si iow you that when you come  dnvn to five leaves you will  find an eye that is'swollen and  rjaily to grow.  Tie leaf roller is; easily spotted  by,  ass_its  name  denotes,  a kaf rolled up tight. As spray  cpn t ( reach them  it Is better  remove the leaves~and burn  em   with  the   caterpillar  in-  e.   All  sucker  growths   that  me from   below! the   grafts  opld be removed at the point  origin.        v  gg^S?  DEEMS  Spending by all governments  _Canada, exclusive of inter-  ivernmental transfers is esti-  ated at $13.6  billion  in 1963,  ing- often   gives   good   results,  but some gardeners object to an increase of $683 million over  the residue that is left on the the   Previous   year;   combined  leaves,   all   in   all   systematic deficits    of    all    governments  swim  spraying    is    the    answer    to  Black Spot tree roses.  Aphids often appear on the ���  end of the  new  growths  and  buds, these can be taken care  y~-*szi*  -*p*��..i,^_-- .-k.i.fci^ifcS  --' sgfc  "You   must : wear   a  suit Avhen tanning on thel roof * of by spraying with a soap and  of the  hotel,     the  Las  Vegas    -;���.-���--   ���-..... l  hotel   matron   told   the   ypung  modsl.  *'But why? 'We're high 4nou-  gh." -  "You were lying on the dining room  skylight."  nicotine  solution.  When  cutting  roses  for  the  house, don't be afraid to take  -a good length of stem and if  this is cut above an outside bud  it  will  keep the bush in the  ��5-.^H9Fer; ?5f?e- The morping is     HEiP PRfViNT FORES? flRCS  ere $877 million  ! PROMISE  f NOITO PLAY  with Matches ?^^m^mmMrnm^mm^^m^m^mm^im^xm- ^  1       ' *.!.     /"  nn i.i rr- ���*���i ni    ��������������������* " -������ I. ���������A   ���  �������� I   I>.W�� '  \  NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH by   Arnold  ^feffAlR CAM        j  ACTUALLY 86 TURNED j '  VfUmoVSMtGHT:,.- i  ByiNTTENSSFRK&HT-i/  Viae ov0r��  2J50O ttiiesie* MSfl-WS  Vh&ztm  CANNOT  UVBAT  "HIGHER-  SE��N ATOVSR 29000 F��ST/  TiflDEIL^A  "You're The Only  AreYou Sitting On  Thing In My Thoughts ��� Hep  The Lunch?"   b: -  DEEMS  By TOM OKA  SONNY SOUTH  by AL SENDERS  ^  GRUBBY  BY WARREN SATTLER  GRANDPA'S BOY  ty BRAD "ANDERSON  '   \FYO0VlMrfAZFOW  AAiyTHlMGrSSAMPA-i  TU*. &�� fitWMtiG*  &OL��>  1 V  LITTLE FARMED  fay KERN FfEDERSQN  1  1  wj  ���*    1  OFF MAIN STREET  by JOE dNnCTT  RURAL DEUYERY  X WANT VOU "TO UNLOAD  TWIS TRUCK! I WMTTiC  l S!>�� FOOTTl-tEiSc, THEF  * 7 EIGHT FOOT TW=B�� AMD  THE TENS,  byrAL SMltH  TV&<�� ��KS T.-B;v. "J ' *''  rr=NS "n-s^s.v;  1 l*Wl   i    i a       -   i,i ii    - in      i I.I ..       '" ������"��������������� ���   ������ ���"������;���  ���-.���*��������������� -i   >���������--_    ���----_ ,_  ��� *"f t^-. . j-: ,.,.... ......r'... ���^.J...,.-?(..,i^..r.-_.'ai-iT*   *i.7,v ..���������!������ .��    ���: j. ���',���*�� - Afll.., ,���*/��� - ��� tyt, i^-;--;i ^' t!,|ir^>.'-^-l.ta...r*J^J-* .-AneLiA-Nr^ .���������������i-iHr n       r "*-BT. iSm .-^i*'*^ ��� ��*�������� *****  Poge 8 The Sechelt? Peninsulo Times, WejL, July 1, 1?64  Selma Park chatterboxirlg  r- - -   -if    ii ��� -    ��� -i ��� - -        -- - -       '���-       ^���  i       ���       ' , ���from here ��nd the*e  BROTHER kcGURTY of residential school off for two  months to visit his home in Scotland . . . Father Mac-  Donell of Mission will be leaving for" trip back to Nova  Scotia and points East, for next month . . . Miss Barbara  !|_jndholm, teacher, at Mission school, will be leaving  for Calgary, taking along with her "Murphy,!* her Gerr  pian shepherd . .��. Mrs. Seymour who has taught on .the  Peninsula for the past 13 years, will be taking her. fam- -  , dy, and stopping, at Tofino, where she will visit her son,  - He'is (akin? teacher training  bourse at "CBC. atjd will" be going back next year for his  third year . . . they will then  -ihotor to- Coal i Harbor, where,  for the tim* bein^ Mr, Seymour  ! ip .  . . At present timje they  i will   be  just   taking  camping  1 equipment .until, they are sure  ��� of a permanent spot,1 ir that's  &&& > J��*  we  i: possible in the fishery dept's.  'plans . . , Mr. Seymour-plans  on, a long rest, after her many  ycjars of steady teaching .  .  .  iShe sends her best wishes tp  ralj. -h&r^ many -friends- on 'ihe  f^om fowell River for the wed-1  ding i>f Elsie Btomgrcn and  Walter Loitz of Gibsons . J .  Well our liquor store is open  in Sechelt . . . Will have to go  in and brewso* around- some  Ume,and   admire, the   pretty  bottles on" the  shelf,  that's the  extent of m> shopping, they'd  never make their salt on* my  purchases   .   .   .  After this, weekend, have to  start dreaming:* all-over again.  4hey.;didnrt,d__aw our -ticket; oh:  *r * *  ��V < Vr vA^3JS^MA?^X^%ZM  ^*$fr&&^��&KXu X>XXy-  -5-Peainsu|a,', andL<'especially-', her:. .the ^reams-we have, spending  bmahy pupils "."-".; ."we: wish "her  "aU t*_at~'money,' without a hope  rCkkfr Speed-;-, ahd bbpe-'it -will  * be1,- "Happy lafflJtngs ���. ,.*, ".-  ���     Sfti.' and' Mrs.* Frarfryates  take   off   for   Calgary    next  week, with thefe finnily. visiting "along the' way,  and' then  . to ��� their d&ighter, Wendy and  |her hnshatrd5 -, . .  .1' Scenes of -sadness  and joy,  11 at the departure - of the students of mission.school, some  going *nortss some' south, many  leaving and not returning . , .  ,8Iany   not   too   happy    about  leaving, and would= be chappy  i to stay, "but school closed for  '. 'tbe    summer.    Sisters    taking  their wei_*earnsa' rest,' ait was*  a coflftuftJir tsl goodibyes and*  i -farewells* tar-tfuse nor return*  ittg,   many,   gding.  to   higher  , j grades  in "^Sssipa' school, j>r  ,Kaml��t��ps.,!'. iwtierje | . thtey have  bplfHtde gn_cWs>. .\ j Sortrjr to*see  jjtbem leavc^ they*' Ifave grown ���  jwip- for pasf * ftew years. in the  Tjgc&ool, anc it is a French* to  r��ee them go,"to1 wonder what  ;*#�� fatorfr' ,te_tds': for them*. -  a-fttes are very 'smart pupils-,  .and witH* at little ifmral support  ,XjM &f Otfr to' bigger and' Better  things ... We Irish them all  the-best in-the future . -. . Along  vjfttr the* Tbffilrar went  three.  kittens, progeny of" the sdiobl  "'matron''* ���-Sylvester''   nam��(d  long  before   she   proved  her-  skd . ... She. was ^very sad  mother- all   dHJVi kittens   went  -si*"- task,  s&w didn't j realize it  for. some* timer -. ... Bo besides  si* hired help, we lave a very  sad and- lonesome cjat . . ,.  Ia workshop*will- be held at  rejMdentiat school  fbr* comSngr-  week; 6ver*aHjeys' ajnii. several  priests? ,wttr t^-in residence . .:  workshop for Ms>ys  ftHo" Have'  leanings'towards ;a vocation of  .jfflesthtsitf, t& gjerit them instructions and- an outline- of  lSfje, in' the semitaasf; ttr help  them make their'very impoitt-  artt decision ;. . l|    ]  jar. and* Sirs. I filing, ftary,  Home visiting af |-Ben|lfcatng& . .  klr.   and , Mrs-.!   Berr   Lang-  WiH:-!u-L  weekend  in thc world. But then guess  fhacf a ' wliaC jKfe's made o��-^,  dreams' . . , A J_ad" i->!gnB"s's  many many times, that's* what*  keeps us- going . . . Hafil reality is too much sometimes- to  face . . . Maybe, next time . , -.  We keep* tefling* ourselves . . .  A little suggestion" to our1  ���'card** stores, wouldnlt* it "be  possible to' stock- a .few- more  Mothers' Day, and Fathers Bay  cards,, up the! near future . . .  several of ofir late shoppers,  and there are always- these  amongruSj w^revery badly disappointed, when at the nth  hour went foi cards; and were  told (here was- to* mere*�� . ,  That store' did not want to  stock- too many . , . after all;  fetter to Have a few over, than  stt* many disappointed custom  rners.. . . or maybe I'm speak-  .ins out of thi n . . .Just a sug�� ���  ,'gestion . . .  Cooke* like two- more new  stores tot otii> main street'. . ,  Hope they ate going, to be oe-  cwpied; littley satf to' see "empty;* stores iif the'area *, * ,^r  !ft*ay TTankin hopes tb enter  UBC next yeir where he plans  to major in' sociology, and  ��etmtaHy*ge^lfls BJfc*. ���. . Ifay  finished grade 12 atMcGeein  Vancouver . ^-. t"fe- %vish him  all the best . . .  Dan Goorge fiom North-Vancouver, .adefcessinff a-.meeting  of over SJO representatives 61  various tribes) on Vancouver Island, at a meeting where a formation of Legion, of Mary So.  _ciety was fbrbted . . . told of  two little Indian children; who  had- no rellgkius..training, get^ .  ting* lost" ir-ttie*"w��fBasr,* tiiey-  decided to pray, trying1 to remember what they had, heard  from a nesrbj[ church hall ....  Kneeling down they began  "Under* the* W 21' . .J. under  the B 21 . .. j soand familiar?  New Co-op Store  VAST IMPROVEMENT over.thebexisttng. biiilding.i ttoe  new Elpttmsitone Co-o > vs, going ahead i to schedule  but opening- dafcqrhas not' ?efc beat set INexTfo.the .Cife-  sons Bank��-of< Montreal, * he new. bttildKngi iwill fe^tuite  lots of paved p^f^ng^-space-^and-'wiiF be' fitted- out *wifh  '_ the* latest^possible in^i^ment  ' '-7      [J   *    |     -  Halfmoon Bay  ttl   i   IfcM-M--  JretlM  -s  :  -  X  '1  1  i  ���   \  \  i  :  !  ���I  1  1  3  els  ���Neva owd View^  MRS.FRAl^CES FLEMING, pftbcipal, of. Pender par-;  bour Secondary Sehoof, will-1 be at UBC. this sum-*  mer toy act as counselloi ttr a ^roiip of principafe of;  small High schools who will be-t|iepe taking a ^hort  cfiufse in administration. This helps show the quality'  and ability of teachers w*�� have in the area:* ,  Dave Steen,, 'Canada's best  shot putter, who was a -teacher  part- Ifmvttt- Pender Jast Se?i��-  tembcr and a -friend of many  people* throughont tfie- Pexdr-  sultf, wIB' be unaHe to repr��*  ,r.  of time and mosey and *may>  discourage them* frenr-returning:  or   from    recommending,   the!  area to friends.  '  Re^Uiing that it is quite of-  sent Canada this* year in* ^if ^��n *-** visators-vrtH**do-tSis to*  Olympics, af Tokyo. A; serisas  attack, of infectious mononuclis*.  osis has* laid him lovy and b*:-,  cause of this-ho will |��e unable  to- compete fotj severalymoie'-  Already   this | year   a   ho: it  from the area* pas run oat r of  gas several rnijles from shoie  and had to get help* from- a-  boat close st- hajml. Around th s^  area.- it.is- fairly-ea'sji'" to- ^i**-"  help   because  of   the   number  of   boats- in   the   vicinity   bit  there   are_ stilly a  number ,<f  peoplei who do-not think vers?  clearly about vsater courtesy.  The unwritten laws here: fe[-  lbw those of the-road in many  ways especially1 io- that they  are maiifly based' ujsin coni:  mon sense and'*:regard for ie\-  16w boaters, Ignoring - peopk s*  pleas for aid or eves such' a  small thing as < crossing ovt r  op getting in fliq*-way of a fishing, line while they are Ia tiding  a fish- may. cosi;;.a .persons 10��s.  thentSjelve^ we 4*oi�� thdt* they*  along- with, everyone* else; will\  reath* that littto; things * may.1,  mesa"! a. lot out on the ^ater. -  ^SE  @a  ��  I  -I  ami  ^  _��_S_________S  asa^a^./-  I'.  f volt mm m im  m����^:ymkz  "* CASl^Sb# MOTELS-HrffONIBSi.  >    .     * '"      -! -        '������ 7 - -  For frtiormatiot. Caff      '  MAhaJFACTU^ERS  Box WW^T^flort Moody  Phone 299-7704  immMmmm  '���i  W  Kp. ana-Mrs-. Alf tSarjr^lown  Prize and rattle  - ����.      *��iim    | 1U19J      iwu-    Mjaugr *....*���' ' *�� i  away tb William!; [Later for the ** CTOimg Cpaffa&n t<��Ct  MRS. T. Wi Ritchie, of Selma,   -  wfll istift a  garden tea on *  ���Monday,  JulJ5 6 fiom  2 to, 4:  pmi.-Urate wiU be a donrpttee  ���^aa'sataB iriystery, ��af5e.  &  ��harge^f.3Sc^^fifif te made to v  augment thEr'ljaSfes' Auxitisry l  foffife- to- the; Royal. Canadian  iJe&tm "Briidt 140 of Sechelt. ~*  Everyone welcome.  P&%i��i&  0iWfl&  udimn  ���mm���k Fork  iia&'Cfosm&A,&&8m8s$-  WMiCQuVM.  Travel by  train ���  you'l  IIIINMlElillBISl  Mechqnica*! Si Etecfricol Repairu  A COMPLETE LINE OF BOAT REPAIRS,  Gtmten Bay. B.C.  *  ^?  Phortet 883-2346  more withj^these ^eatrur es:  .*.-  I length leg. nests  extra cost  omeclining {seats ... fill  ��space toilmove around  ��all Steals feserved, no  fbi^ furthel* ihfbtmatipri  and* reseryaJt.bfijSi contact yyoiir*  Travel Agent orCanadisih^PaCifi^offlee.  ��n]oy ycuf trip"  r  l  M  s  *������  P  i  I.  TI��INS/TRUCK��/SHtPS/PUNeSpOrXlS/TetCCOMMUNICATIOI|iS^WeRtM  mmmmiimmiaiimm h  **���      ���*?..-.   .     rtjH>lil*��,h.lW...   ','U,t-..i>.V     .���.^JU-.J-.^^Jj.-.^... ���������'-*���...? ���������_'-      ���*���        ^   ,.,..������.  !M  III III ���I'l - - -"If II  IX  I    --������'-  ! b  Ottawa report  I The News' Ottawa bureou  CANADA'S BLUFF Minister of Agriculture from Cal-  gary, the^Hon. Hariy Hays mayvlack poHsh and experience as a ParUamenta^^        has a. knack of get-  tihghifnself and the government into mild trouble with  - rtaive7 answers that leave him exposed���to. opposition  broadsides  ' this  the  ^tag*   of   legislation   that  died on the House of Commons*  order paper.  TXbout three quarters of the  The Sechelt Peninsula TTmes, Wed.r July lr T964 Page 9  !month -is  replaced- by  $75   a  month old age securitv and he  new plan represents acceptance    y^,^ tg fuir pennon.  of    the    Quebec    provisions,   1  Quebec    provisions  (which   Ontario   Premier   Ko-_  In  ^addition,   survivor   bese-  barts expressed���sich a liking >7fits arise on death of husband  for) the other quarter, compro-   jas follows:^  But what he may lack in  field he makes up in imaginative : ideas that, rival his prede-r  cessor; the "Hon/Alvin Hamilton, who:never lacked theip.    -  Mr.  Hays-  latest is du,e to  go understudy by the Agricul-*  tiiral   Committee   of   Cabinet  on the farm last "year into a  decline ia net income.- One of  the major troubles, for the  eastern farmer, Itr found, was  feed grain. -.    '  1 By-the time the milling companies had turned the western  grain into  millfeed  the farm-  mise betweer the Quebec and  Canada plan. But it must be  admitted that its last state is  better than its Gist. The main  I 1. To a =wldow aged -45 to  !65 or at-any age if there are  fchUdrea���S3 - a    month    plas  trouble may be tha"t it is too   W1 *?**? ��* ^band's pen  sion  had  he   contributed   until  good. Higher benefits and con-   ,      ... . , ,   ,  tributions  are  going to   mafe-y65* ^mam ���* of *��*JK a  it mere  difficult to  integrate   7momJP  v;ry !sooh and seems likely to 'er, in spite of a heavy transpor  gist tall  cabinet  approval be- tation sudsidy, paid a price so  fore iParliament   adjournsbfor stiff that, livestock feeding in  the summer recess.           I the   sammer  months- was  al-  Jlt is legislation to allow the most unprofitable.  .Jrjarm   Credit   Corporation   to Farm   machinery  companies  make loans to purchasing co- * are  now  looking  into  sugges-  oi)eratives~formed by farmers tions  that, they  might  manu-  who   make   arrangements   to facture a mobile-feed mUL' It  share the use of costlyyfarm would be  costly;, probably in  the Quebec plan and the Canada plan with private pension  schemes, i  Barring an unexpected dissolution of the Parliament at  Wesminster inclusion of survivor and. disability benefits in  the plan are now assured. The  bitter Hag debate was interrupted almost at the start to  | 2. To a childless widow  fyounger_ than7 45-^tbe above  jamount "less io per cent tor  Jeach year she is under <5. At  125 she gets nothing on her own  laccount. -     -  1 3. To a woman widowed be-  {tween e& and 70 or a widow  freadiingHiS���a complicated far-  machinery such as combines.  Interest on the loans would be  at economic rates, perhaps between six and seven per fcent,  but' the financing would be>in-  the neighborhood of S20.0CO. But  purchased    co-operatively,    it  might solve one of the major  problems of the farm.  There's many a slip between  finitely'less costly than the 10 ���an idea and legislation, still  to 18 per cent that many farm- more likely slips between an  ers  have   to   pay  to   fmance__ idea  and an end  product but  fampanies.  It will  also {pake    that's no reason for not push-  vailable    to    the    individual; ing-both. -_  farmer  modernized  machinery    ,���___ _._���__,,  ihat he could never, otherwise    'GOOD FATHERS  afford to buy.     ; . f     *       The-third   edihon   of   Can-  I   ..-.. . | ada's   pension   plan   has   one  STIFF PRICE b        .great, advantage ..over its bre-  f.And it is at this point! that thers. It was born alive and  ]Vlr. Hays used his imagination- will survive and grow in the  The House of Commons "Com- paternalistic smiles of its joint  mittee on Agriculture - in* its godfathers, Prime Minister  last session took a look atjjfarm Pearson and Premier Jean Le-  kosts that turned a record sage. The first plan was stiU-  sbattering  gross   cash   income    born. The second survived to  whisk through the necessary b^ PW^S &** the greater  petition for an ame53ment to   {��. <a)  ***"._ ��wn ^"f  pfcs  <- Hie British Xortii America Act-   f2!"- pereeni. o�� hasBand t- pe&-  y_The Quebec Legislature, bav-   lSi��tt    ad^sted    downward    by  ing been given details of the X averaging his earnings over the  federal   government's   survivor  I fuD period to ��5. (b) 60 per cent  and disability plan gave Its coo- 1��* what ^ combined- pension  . sent after a oneway debate.      f would harve been or Jc) $2S a  -*.--. month  plus  s?1*  per  cent of  DEATH BENEFIT !hnsband*s pension with the $25  These  benefits  will cover  a  | replaced at 70 by present $75-  death benefit  to the estate of | Old Age Security payments.  up to $500 and payments to > i   ^ -account   of   each  disabled  pensioner  from  time X J^rr*  .��   .��� ccaf^   f   ����  Ar AZ^-riXT~,X X? Zy*tl *L* 4 child under IS or dependent and  of disability to age ,0 of.'5per_j attendiag   ^^   tT age 7 2S-  cent   of  tlK   full   penswn   be -t      I^Qnzl 535 a ml nth b^  S2S a month. For those earn--     -. ... ^-     ,  JZr* ^*X^*f,XX *��� X^LXL*u 4�� widow with more tnan four  ing less than $400 a month the      �����. -n ,. _u, ���-,_ m%M,:,.a  total benefit is larger than the , ch^dfef ��? J�� afa!e to.r&xv.e  X^XIaZX *hXX* **^i~n �� :���" total on her own and her  pension,  for those  at  $400  it Jchadren.s account rf M ^^  of living I  ��� '���*.*  CAPITAL HILL CAPSULES  The French Embassy is at  it again. Having failed ia its  attempt to force TCa through  the sQvertimeat to buy tte  Caravelle )French jet plane, it  is now' -promoting establishment of an assembly, plant in  Quebec far French eari.- It  -looks very; much as thjcsfe tfce_  government might be .caught  on the boris of a dilen-.tna. The  ta-o companies. invohtd. Renault and I Peueot,. backed coC  onb* by the French Ambassador  but by Piienner-. Lesage, are  dgmandisi far more in ux  and tariff eencetsioas thae has  been given to new 'plants ia  ether province* If the ��i\crn-  mest accedes to the demar.4  it wiU beUecosed of dt-xritni*  natkia against other .pfcvLice?,  If it refiLas^ U will be blamed  for loss' of a Quebec Lndustry  with all that tbis imptcs roll*  tieaily.      {  A major considcrati'jgi ^hich  may never be disclosed, in tte  government's decision to hurry  adoption ef a Canadian flag,  was the threat of Que!>ec extremists tiat they wcuSd create  incidents {during the Q^oez's  visit unless they got fe before  that timej ripping down L'cioa  Jacks and breaking zp the  singing of ;the N'atioEai Ar.l-em.  is thc same, and for those at J  the   maximum   pensionable  {as $168.23  a  month.  ���earnings it  is J1.M  1  month I   AH benefits are adjusted up-  %ess.   At   sge   70   the   $25 "a J ward with increases in the cost  Employees at the federal  governrneat's department* and  services not . including Cro* a  Corporations! tou&ed 2)1.723  in January, aid payro.*! foi*  jhe month was S7S "miKIoa.  I  I--  !l  ff/tff/f/t��  KRUSE DRUG  STORES LTD.  ..-���-. 1 Pharmaceutical* ~.  Chemists and Druggist  Gibsons  8SS-2023  Sechelt  885-2134  gA<M-*WMMMM~l��MMM"l'*'**-"-'*'^^  I Marine Menrp Wear Ltd.  SPECIALIZING IN  HAND TAILORID  SUIJS.  We Guarantee Satisfaction  Gibsons 386-2116     8 - " ���-     ���--  -    '    'i     -.   -'���  I       I  i  KENS LUCKY DOLLAR  * Free Df livery. *.  -"'::-"-.--  "     t      -      "���-."���       - -  OUR MEATS A TR1AT  Gower Pt. Road -Gibsons  Phone 886-2563  I    .      .    . ....  THISSPACE  irnrm  Marshall [Wells   I  G1BSOMS HARDWARE  OWNER  ":_     GIBSONS 8ff-2442    ,  ;-'xk\  x- ; j  WATCH FOR OUR  FLYERS i  1  1  I  I  mywwmMwymiwV  Thriffee Stores  Ladies7 Wear  and[  Thrfftee Stores  Drygoods  Phone 8S6-9543  J  I  s  I  I  I  1  IT'S EASY! YOU CAN WIN!  It's Easy! You con win $5.00 by simply identifying this object or objects. Each of the puzzles which will appear on this page are part  of th�� present stock and one of which will be  advertised on this page. Yest All yoa J have to  do is identity the object and the store in which  It is located. -Be the first persoa in the store  on Thursday morning and correctly lidentify  .he object and you* will win $5.00. JSimple?  Yes! Be the first to win. This contestUs open  to adults only ai^ there will be only one  winner per week. ��� - . f   ~     *  Bf WtiURS!  -     -1    ���: ���   -."  PHONE 8.5-9654  HOWE SOUND 5-10-15  Bal's Block - Gibsons  i -  ��� I -  ���" . I " :    i"     5 "  Novelties - Varieties  Beachwear -  EverytNincf  Phone SS6-9352  juuuuiwjur.  Phone 886-9533  I  I  I  I  I  I  0'"rfMMMMWWWW��<VW'MMMMWWM*-*'MMMt**UMMM^ **  1  I  |  PENINSULA PLUMBING  LIMlTfD      '  Heating 8c Supplies  FREE ESTIMATES  Super Kem forte  Sherwin Williams Paints  &.  *v~*��� BE *  ft"  <$:.***  i#:  &!���"  �������*I-,  s'/V1 -  "_-<?iA  >*?::  %_  Aims and  promote*  understand  churchms  'creed.  -JtteaJ"  ever  \vtere arranged for  I Tuesday evening  and wilf be held, attthe home  of ona cl* th? members. .-Next  meeting will be -at i the isome  of the chfiriqan Mr. Fred Taylor-  Interestled     persons     m ay  phone the secretary, gave Hay  rwardj  at7 885t9755:  m  Well, yijiu have to admit the  Russians ha<re: us jbeat- onfl  way. They're pore successful  at blamiig .tpeir shortcomings  on others*,  John Hind-Smith I  efrigeration  PBRt  Phpne  from 9o.iJf.  MELLON  TO "-FIND. Eft HARBOUR  886-2231  to 5:30 p.m.  come Ittavigation tugi "Haida Chieftain? formerly  K. R. Lang" has returtied from an extensive refit at  Burrar 1 DrydocK, and successfully completed her trials  on Junp 19. ^-^ '   She was placed on thc Paci-  fie apd en her initial nn ih  1953 towed a tanker to'Jipan.���  Here she was acquired by the  ^owell   River   Company,   who  wVe on. the alert, for a powerful'deep-sea tug to handle the,  heavy   weather  of  the  <lueeg*  Charlotte towing lanes. Fallowing  a. refit,  the tug was   renamed  "N.  R.  Lang."  With th& advent of tht log  carrier era, the "N. R. Lang"  proved her worth as the highspeed workhorse pf _ the : ting-  come Navigation r fleet. The  "Haida Chieftain"' will be era-  ployed mainly in towing the  self-loading, self-dumping log -  barge "Haida Carrier." Htr increased power and speed will  aid ii; providing better service-  to contract customers and to  remote logging operations - of  MacMillan, Bloedel. and. Pi iwell  River Limited,  King come Navigation, the  marine division of MacM Han*  Bloedel and Powell River Ltd.,  now.has il tu&s, 15 scows and  covered barge's, and three log  barges in service on tbe Pacific  Coast.  Kingctme  Navigation is the  marine  division of ^lacMillan,  ��� Bloedel ahd Powell" River Ltd.  The "! faida Chieftain" is the  j largest  tug  in the  Kingcome  (fleet, scaling 150 feet in length,  [with   a  33-foot  beam  and  15-  -foot drat. Reconstruction work  included .installation of a 2,400  horse p c w e r Sfork-Werkspoor  engine with' a direct drive to.  n 10-foo   propellor and extensive   abive  deck renovations.  The new power, plant will make  her the fastest tjug on the Canadian weit coast, and one of the  largest  tugs   under   Canadian  registry.  Built tor the-HEJS Maritime  Commis: ion at Orange, Texas  in 1944, the vessel was purchased i fter the war by the fa- '���  mous Maritime Foundation or-  ganizatk n, named Foundation  - Lillian", and operated out of  Halifax is a salvage tug in thi  North A lantic. In 1953 she was  Bulji Carriers at New  "    'Escort.'  ILDBNG or REMODELLING  ;���''    .    we  Can Hklp You "Save Money"  And End Up With "Satisfaction"  1  m  BMO PAINTS  PLYWOOD - SIDING  ^SUUTIOM - TILES  ROOFrNQ - FLOORING  COMPLETE STOCK  bf!-     -     s -  FREE DELIVERY ANYWHERE  .Hi  Everything to Build Anything'  SECHELT"  Phone 885-2283  '""'"im���--ir-nrinfirirMinrrniifiiiriwnMaiuwm.111-!  "b-",^^lb- r'-*j  PHONE ORDERS 886-2433  mmy.  '*_q_a  3T?  <Q  BETWEEN GIBSONS and  SUPERVALU  Gibs-piiS/ BX.*'.; b :  __^__i^____^ ��� 1  1 -���  muf^Am****  The Sechel. Peninsula Times, Wed.r July $T, 1Q6d3>o$e 11  PENDER HARBOUR  RESIDENTS  MR. SYD EDWARDS  of Gibsons Family Shoes Will!be at  ANDERSONS VARIETY STORE   "-  MADEIRA PARK     j  ' -- i  - *  ../-   to advise you on ycrar  Footwear problems,  WHITE-CROSS STYLE and COMFORT  SAVAGE^and BONNIE STUART  CHILDREN'S SHOES!  mx m\ 10 1ft TO-6 P.M.  ^���^���j'-fl.'   *^.**��M-.'   7^,   *"i  '" At the beginning of ism Ioig- \ ���   n ���        Scout church service  term foreign investment *;in LEADERS OF THE Third Rover Scout ^roup turned up  Canada  totalled 525,271,000,0(50, in force last Sunday to attend church service con-  jot which so ybillion was jjnb ducted by Canon Alan Tfr Greene in his little-Church of  vested in government securi- His Presence, at Redroofs. The leaders were at Earl  ties and $21 billion in-business y Haig camp. Roberts Creek June 2S-Jul\-1. on a training  _7 .course, and were from many parts of B.C. including Van-:  b  couver.^ctoria/Burriaby..Comox and ChiHiwack. Troup  *"   was tinder the charge of" Jack Adair, regional fielti exe-  etrtive ^jf the Vancouver Region.-_  lenterpris  Surplus' Equipment  FOR SALE  D8 CAT 13A MODEL  Hydraulic   blcde  Hy*ter-winch  Price $12^00  Va YARD TRACK  SHOVEL zyij  Complete with shovel front crjjd  35-ft.  dragline   boom, G-hfC,  ' .;..- diesel psowered- -"--.---  Price $4,000  1be Y1LB1S PA4NT  SPRAY COMPRESSOR  with -1 HP eleclHcmotcr  tS_UDEY  LOGGING LTD.  MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  Phone 883-2233    :  Third Hover group . . . .  Scoot framing coarse  oS Roberts Creek Camp  THIRD ROVER SCOUT Leaders Part H wood Tbadge  training course to be held in B.C. will be taking place  at Ear! Haig Scout Camp, Roberts Creek from June  26 to July 1.   7       : =- ; ���   --a mi���irr-innn ���-----���--  MALAWHANA  ���_ DRIVE-IN  Selma Pork  ���  COMPLETE FAMILY AND,  . PARTY MEALS TO GO   1  Chili Con Come  'Italian Spaghetti^  Try our- homemade ;       Doughnuts  Phone 885-2270  OPEN  ' 10 a.m-to 1 O.ffl.  nwwMv  Candidates registered for this  advancsd 'training oourse for  leaders cf young m?n.'16-23. in  the Hover Scout section of the  Boy Cccuts^of Canada are:  Wilf H. Gibson; Donald Ham^iv  R. T. Paul, C. II-bHumble,  Charlns D. Reeves, G. ET. Simmons. Albert E.; Yates and.  R=y BfomieyofiVIctcria. John  Dcwling and. W. L: Lawrence.  Buraaby; Edward F. HaisaH  and Joe Wallace. Chiiliwack:  Frank WarringtcH, Port Moody; John '.Stevens. Ccmsx: R.  L. "Dolphin. James D. Forrest.  "Gerard J. ! Jansen ahd Stan  Seymour, North Vancouver;  Charles'--Nash," West Vancouver;  W. R._Shcrtreed. George Bar-  rass. Bruce Blain, Guy Deucet.  W. R., L-'Gage. Edward A.  Hulme, John H. Huriesv Verne  Jchrsoa. J. S. Lillyman. Bill  Rolsicn and Dr7S. L. Williams  of "Vancouver.  The ��� training teani_ for this  outing will b3 Stanley Wilson,  Burnaby; Roy iladarsn and  Jack Scrivener,! Victoria; Nt-  .gel Ssjslgrove* West Vancouver and Jack Adair.  Vancou- .  ver.       =  Mr.  T.  S.  Mallory.  Roberts  Crsek wiU be Quef Cook for  the course. The training team  will bo assisted by Cliff Bse-  man,    Roberts    Creek,    President  cf  Mt.   Elphinstone   District    Council:    Xcrrnan"���Ru-  dalph..  Port MeSan,   Assistant  R?gi;mal    Ccmmissioner     and  Cpl.  Ray Kelson,  RCMP.  District Commissioner,    Sechdt. -  Rev. "Alas D~ _Gresn2? Halfmocn Bay will be in charge of -  ths special Church Services in  his '^Church-of His "Presence" .  at  Redroofs,  Halfmoon   Bay.  A ��� i  Limited  A Complete Service * Five Seaplanes To Serve You  INCLUDING THE BIG HUSKYV CAPABLE OF    t  CARRYING SEVEN PASSENGERS OR  ; _      ~   __ I 1700 LBS. OF CARGO j, .  A TELEPHONE | CALL TO OUR SECHELT OFFICE  will bring a modern radio equipped aircraft fo you  I at once, j < j:  GolModern   *   Go Ty^  Whonm Sechelt  S8Sm2215  OFFICE IN THE LOBBY OF SECHELT BUS DEPOT  e.  i   >  ��� *  ;*  '  -'  |  '-t'.'J:  u  1  lb ijin ijimjpi ji j M  Page 12 The Secbelt Peninsula Times,  itsbn Greek rimes  Wedi, July T, 1964  ly Mabel Wagtnan  have the JOTP Coach Mr. J. <>.  Little to officiate at the sports.  Mrs. Margaret Slater kindly  donated Ice cream and- treiit��  for the children. Also a wo rd  of thanjes goes to the A. Simpkins for, their! donation of p >p  _ "���' * X  Port Mellon News  is 'Big Maple Mo-!  insen. First Class,  ies are available.;  .*.  &!i r -*  ���*-.V^   i-  VM   ���  \C\ -l .  ���&>-���   ��* i  :i f:  3 v>  Ss*^>'* 4-  iL,  Jf""*  ��.,f.'J  S'l *���'  -"JSjrt: V ,  !*%_ ��'.  ���-fl* .*  ��$s ...  31- *  A 'NEW BUSINESS for Wilson Creek  .tel' owned by Elsa and Paul H;  four-star cabins with modern facili  Verjy convenient for sunbathers is al  sand bar, less than one-quarter mil j away is -access!  ble. 'Big JViaple Motel'" is named aft< ;r the large maple  tree located on the front area of thefir property.  Camping   grounds -. are   also ~-z���  available to the public. . XWm, frothy Erickson and  -Elsa and-Paul Hansen, whp, ^^ -,. Uvco here ^ Mrs.  arrived from Calgary last year ' .Jean Mu phy and her brother  felt, ttussoa-side areawasa JaCk' Pc :b!es Wcst Porp0jSe  perfcctToiration for then mo- Bay( botl WCfe former Kitsi-  *"*���       ���     '   ��� ..  --, latto residents.  LEAVING SPORTS   DAY  .,** Dr-. an.? Mrs- & *\ ,H^so"       The Davis. Bay School closed  and.tamily   recent--residents of    with a ^^ day Qn Junc ^  Davis Bay, have moved to Gib-,   ^ ^ ^Udren. Events started  Sons Avhero they will make their    at 2:fl0   .m_ ^ & march. to  boI"e- grounds and singing of "O Can*  VlStTQRS   -   -  * ada."  MJs.  It. L.  Jackson of-  bMrs   Ada Jackson and Mrs, - ficially opened the sports.day.  Bert  'Dunfield    visited    sister, They   we're   also   fortunate x to  finish   the   sports   events   th  BROWNIES GOOD DEED members of the? Girl Guides of  ���...���         M. ������.. ���               Mr.  Davey Gant aU W.  J. Port Mellon. The event netted  and to/ all those, who helped aid    Kennedy were pleudmtly sur- $76 jto go Jo_ the church, paint  participated    hi    making    tie    prissd by the Brownip Pack: of fund.                        j  day a success: Due to the fact    Port' Mellon on Fighter's Day. "VISITORS              |  that th4y ran short of' time. to, [The   Brownies   printed   the Mr.  and Mrs.  DTT. Turner  j,uuu  uccjv-ii,   >vj-uj   ^ will be continued-on a future   tester cf home baked cookies   daughter and family, Mr. and  date.  by J. Moore  >' Js��'o grandfathers with  a  can-    of Pert Alice were visiting their  SURPRISE    SHOWER  A social evening was held I at  the home of Mrs. Queenie Biug,    -participated mine  hostess,   where   the   guest   of  honor was Mrs.  George Wig-  man,  who is expecting a n?w  baked by the girl*.. The girls    Mrs. M. Hostland *n Port Mel-  alsp made the cannisters. Mr.    Ion: for the past week.   -:  Gant and Mr. KemMy would  arrival soon. Many lovely gifts    munity  Church  hed  Annfe,   Mrs.   Mary  Annie Drew, Mrs.  so^- Mrs. ��� S.undi  fWilma   SteehanSon  Frances  Belts.   Unable  to  1  'mmmm^mmMmmmmmm^wmm^mm  SUNSHINE COAST   !  SERVICE x  Specialized Body  Repairs^  tTfREE ESTIMATES *  WILSOH CREEK  PHONE 885-4466  : If  "*���**������  Uke to thank all tlej girls who       USE   TIMES   CLASSIFIED.  effort.  WA NEWS  The WA to Pbrt*jMbllohCom-  -  were ^received.   Those   present  were   Mrs.   Connie) .McDonald, ,  Mrs-.    Kayc    Moore,    Barbara weather  being   perfect  garden  Flay,   Mrs. ,party!weather,   the  event   at-���  BonnietNel:    tracted many gues|s from Gib-  Reid,   Mrs.    sons as wall as Port Mellonitas.  and   Mrs.    The WA mainbersTlserved about  at-   -1^0 with stravvbeniy  tend were Mrs. Connie Marie- 'There was also a bake sale,  nez, Mrs. Emile Srrochien and >The children were ably super-  Mrs.' Lenorc Nygr^n. .vised by Mrs. D. punham and  and M  '-.���!'���      I   . - -!  s  oft yojur business  '^^"���"rmmmmmmmmirmmmmmmmmmjmmwmimmmmmmmmmiKmmmmmm  \ E. i��,S. Tfatis^orf Lfjl  SERVING THE SUNSHINE COAST  Gibsons  886-2172  Vancouver  Tr. 9-5388  Sub   Agents - tp . Bekins   Moving   and 'Store ge  WORLD WIDE MOVERS  free Estimates;  -I   *.  Call Collect  iDJORGEHSIM  EUROPEAN TRAINED JARBER  You  look and  feel like  A new man  Next to Pool Room Sechelt  I Next f  tews  lea  Slepp On It!  E&OfiJH  Clean With It!  **mm*mmmmarmm��*mmm��mmmmmmwmwtmmBmmmm*mm~mm wmmmm*  * *     . - I      -        %  isten i o  -Watch If!  Cook With It!  Clean With It!  1  �����  1  I.  their - an  nual   Strawberiy   jto a   on   the  lawns  of H!duss Jffo.   14.   The  shortcake.  RUG CLEANING  and DEEVJOTHIMG  Day or Evening Appointment "  Done Right In Your  Own Home  MTES REASONABLE  For F?co Estimate* ������'  Phone 8SS-9890  w*mm"****mmmmmmmm*mmmmmmmwmm;mmm* ���  mmm store  Sechelt, B.C. - Ph. 885-9519  "Specialist in jfootbeare''  mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm'mmMmmmm^Mmmmmmmmm.  ! I  OR  m  5>.jV&:;4' "���-,  % 7  ^^^ '*  &r$M '  ���sr%o>z. .  l��r/jf.��F  Shell Oil Ilisf ributo  GIBSONS, B.C.  Phone 886-2133 ,   s  \  Jbst Plain Like If!  Can SAVE On |f  bidiati. Isle  lariiia  FRANCIS PENINSULA/  PENDER HARBOUR  Everything tor the Boot Owner  Shell Marine Prod.  ���mmMM ���Mmmmwmmmwmmmmmmmipwrmmmm*  Phone 883-2444  ��  itu mwt staMps ]  COAAMERCIAL PRINTING     !  ������������������--��� j y     \  'mmtmmmmmmmmmmmMmmmmmmtmmmmmmmmmmmmmi  mmhmm*mt*mmmm*mmtwmwwmmmmwrmmmmmmmmmmBmwwm  AT  i\  FURNITURE AND PAJNT  STORE  NEW CHESTEHF1ELD SUITES  NEVY AND USED EVERYTH1N6  COMEgIN AND BROWSE  SECHELT  Phone 885-2058  see  The Times  ���mtHmmmmr.mmX  Helen's  Shopper  "A full line of  Morjorie Hamilton  er*atIon��"  Sechelt  ****mBm'mmimm4fmmmmmmtmmmmmmmmm-mmmmm*immMmmmmw'mmm.  \   1  r  s  ��  *  S  ��  ��  ��  *  i***********************************************i  Bats Block Marine Drive  !   \\ Gibsons f J��hoite 886-9941  bone 885-2058  ;  : !  eatiEig       Cas Furnaces  Sheet Metal  Phone/886-9961  vmmmmm-mmmm*.  +***mmtfmm**mmmmt'  PEPSULA  MOTOR PRODUCTS  (1957) LTD.  COMPLETE LINE  GENERAL MOTORS  CARS AND TRUCKS  AUTOMOTIVE PARTS  BODY SHOP  SPECIALIZED REPAIRS  \  1/  I  Adjacent to!-.Your. New Hospitaf  !  Sechelt/ B.C.   / Phone 885-2111  V'.     ''     -   ?���  ^SffmtmmmBmmmmmmMm* -


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