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The Sechelt Peninsula Times Apr 22, 1964

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 ? iS^^^^jsgss^^^a^^ssia  3 SERVICES  Serving the Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellcn, Hopkins Landing. Grantham's Lending, Gtfaians. Roberts Creek,  Wilson Creek, Selmo Pork, Sechelt, Hotfmoco Bey, Secret.Cove, Pender Harbour,-Madeira Porfc, KUirxisie, Ifvme's Lending, Earf-Ccve,'Egr-vnt_.0t WEOHESDAY, APRIL 22, *��4    %Qc  JL �����  Letters made easier . . .  irieii renae?  m ppsoiiiii grounds  -PENDER HARBOURS has no doctor'because it is difficult to gfet a- replacement after a full-blown, row is  ���stirred, up and wprd becomes-known] it was stated at  St. Ma'ry's hospital society annual general meeting. Dr. %  Swan stated Dr. Morris had left because He was the  target of correspondence with copies to the'Minister of-"  1 Health. :. ���*���*���-������������-������.  Dr. Morris was phoned and  he told Timss reporter he had  left Pend2r Harbour for personal reasons, but the letters  made it easier for him to  leave. - -  The problem appears to, have  started back in the spring of  1962, when the Pender .Harbour  Hospital Committee was formed to "do everything- legally  possible to retain St, Mary's  hospital in operation.'' A letter  frcm Canon Greene, dated May  18. 1962, asked this committee  to lay aside -all controversy  arid by resolution of -the Society's mambers declare (their  whols hearted support of thc  (hospital) plebiscite en May 25.  He pointed out to the Committee tha xliaiiculties. for Pender  Harbour residents created by  thenew hospital at jSechelt  could be overcome. He said. "I!  am prepared to accept the promise of the doctors that Jhey  will maintain- a clinical centre  ���at Pender Harbour and we  Should be grateful that: such a  service   wiU. be   maintained."  NO DOCTORS "  ������In July of 1962." Pender Harbour was without a resident  . doctor, so the Committee wrote  to. the B.C. College of Physicians and Surgeons expressing  dissatisfaction with the medi-  cal care provided at present "in  the Fender Harbour area^ and  required assistance, in- seeking  ihe services of an Independent  doctor. : . ��� {-'-.  Xd��zz-d. Paetkau,  MD. of-the  Medical   clinic   wrote   to   the  lish the type of medical care td��-  which this area was accustcin-*-  ed before the "Sechelt Medicaf  clinic was imposed upon -it.**  Copies cf all tetters were  sent by the Committee to the  College of Physicians and Surgeons.       :       ^=7 - -  NO   PERMANENT   INSTALLATION _  On, Feb. 13, 1963, after Dr.  H. V.. Morris had become a  member of the Medical clinic,  a letter from Dr. Paetkau to  the Committee asked when  their doctors would be available and stated, '"knowing of  your clearly stated preference  for yaar own doctors, we have  not included a permanent installation in. the Harbour in  :-       " "��� see page 9  Historic landmark *  at hew locau'im  GIBSOSS old Ushek -fhuah.  an j historic landmsrlL vas  moved to its new Jocattos. The  cornet*. - - which femtaias tbe"  gra vas ct -_Cidiirri��rs,j- will -.fee  ccrverted -l^b_"ijbim3f municipality isto s park. -A cairn vdl  fc?_ erected to ccsjpiemorate..  the memory cf t&c -cidumers.  The "Aarp comer las been sold  to the Department lof ffigh-  waytJ_ ;  The church- is Jbasg mcved  to " Mrs Marshal's". property  where it will fce-'ia isse'as a  Baptist  cfaarch, '  Orders to raise  simkenoiliarge  ORDERS to raise the "oil barge  - _wh;ch recently tazk off Paisley tilard, have '��� ecse cut to  the federal department of public works. -*"        ��� -.  The! 3C3.CSQ gallon barge'-. has..  been tha~subject ct b��ter edm-  tnezi iiircc it sank after striking  what  Is   believed- to r have  fceen -a dtad-head.  The  fceavy  residuil   cQ   has    caused   the  death rcf curnerocs   *sa   blrti*^-  rtsiatdlGsb nets. <Es5*ived syn-  __ __       _        tietfej towlice materials and Ia_  mits issued "were!'to V. Richter td move* a small house . tenerH has. proved a source of  New location  EN-ROUTE to it's new location, the old Gibsons" United  I Church is to be" put jto use as a Bap list church ?at  the new site; f ,7  At Sfechelf .=. .~~ }  Brildin^ permit  for li<iu# store  BUILDING PERMIT for jievr liquor store was issued  1 .by Sechelt municipal council (at its latest meeting.  The building 40 by 100 feet will-c|)st $16,000. lOther per-  Fall Fair date  set at  AUGUST  21   and "22: tare   the  dates set for the Gibsons fall  -fair,i-;it*^&?ydelmitely:--agreed;  upon   aty Ihe   last   committee  meeting.   The   committee   has  had   a   very   enthusiastic  response from the  eight organizations which have volunteered  help,   but   more   organizations  will  be  invited  to- participate.  The next meeting will be May  7th   in   the   Anglican   church -  hall at 8 p.m.  Mr. Malyea who has headed  former fall fairs wilr-be asked  to assist the committee.  and make an addition at a total [cost of $5,000 .and to  J. S.  Gibson to  add a  utility-     -X '��� ;���������: -y=   room -costing  S3C0. \ '_   1 ���    I iibra"r*|j-represeautive   for  the  _ Council- will write to the De-; commission   j^bould   have   es-  partmsnt cf Lands ta enquire if. quired!'about these'things. Gor-  lot 14727 groups 1.  "S'.W.D. can don rtpiied he had never been  be acqidred by the!village fori_ advised  of   any: meetings   and  Committee expressing surprise  at the dissatisfaction. "We do    $5Q fine, COStS, .  not wish to prolong the. dissatis-   "       ���_��� .  faction any longer than neces-    CtnCZ SUSOenSlOn  sary,"  ha  said,   therefore,   he  offered  the .Clinic's   assistance  in the Committee's search for  a, doctor and said all desired  records would be turned over  to him and the Clinic would be  happy to relinquish the leases  held   on  both!  the   office   and  home. 7  The .Committee thanked Dr.  Paetkau foe-his letter and said  they ."would   like  to re-estah-  HUBERT*y Arnold Joe was  fined.$50.'ahd costs and had  his driver's license suspended  for six months . when he was  tried * before Magistrate Johnston for driving at 70 m.pJi.  on the Porpoise Bay  road.  Christopher Julian and Cameron    Billie.   both    of" Sechelt  -were remanded until April 25th  on  a  charge- of breaking  and  entering. "-.-���  recreation  purposes-i  'Department of Highways 4'U1-  be contacted for assistance and";  advice en the. <-5C0 feat cf. opien  drainage-    ditch   Which,   runs  through   the. village.- Sanitary  inspector     Barry*    MacDonald-  submitted a report recommending   installation   of jlS-24   mch  perforated   steel   pipe   laid Jin  drainage rock as a 'temporary.  measure.  His  report  Indicated  the open ditch is foul smeilmg_  with water backed up dus |to  poor drainage,  seepage  of effluence   front   disposal   fields,"  plugged   culvert   and   blocked  flood gate. The result is algae  growth  and putrefactkm.  Mac-  ���- Donald's letter said ; a - sewage  system is^need but this drainage Irock: and flue system was  working   satisfactorily   m   Gibsons and Squamish.  only a  meeting "would be able  to getj this Information.  McQuarrie. H o g a r t h and  N'ardman were . recommended--  by the U.B-C.M. as barristers  weQ qualified to handle municipal affairs. Council will contact them regarding a retalner-  An.  offer   byT. "Lamb   for  written permission to" dean- iip  \  ���see page 2  .cmsaacs tfcrcagh tesjtage, despite the tact SI.CC**} dally has  bzen spent in -attempts to seal  it elf 1 '    t ~._-^  "  A lift cf 2���Q less vffi fee :re- '  quired    t*t    ralte'  the    barge.  wfeicli rests';is 2C3 feat of wa--  -tsr. This method pr^-crrts prck  btems in thai th? oi cc-2t��*.t5-  ,are" tio risreus at I:** tcm^er-  acurcs. Burial - of t��a barge7; is  . impossible &uz to the reckj* nature cf ��be.-.��2a -bittern- at- that  -pcint-s       ": j  A   farther    prcbta^-   is    the  pcssilElity" ct the fesssl fareak-  jitg u? before reaching, the-surface. |     -*  " _ ���    ' -    -  Roberts Creek community assrn . . ^  lsinci municipapif  plans in-ves!i|ai6  WILL LEASE FLOAT  Favors plan 1 .-. .  ROBERTS "CREEK Community associafioa iillf investi-  ; gate the feasibility of forming a district I munici-  The; "seaplane float win be pahty, it was decided at their regular monthlyimeetdng  taken over on a three-yeableas following discussion of a letter from the Slnaster of  basis from the Depaxtmem I of   Highways concerning their roads,! in ft*hich he ^omised-  Public   Works   if   the   Depart-     to do-his" best but made no de-     T7=���"-     '     \    % ~~Z  finate   ccmniittHi e**x%~  The Minister said, "I wish to  acknowledge ycur letter cf  March 15 concerning the roads.  In ths Roberts Creek area. f;       { '-.:  Tts Lower Road, abosit four   $\l$��ZZ  grant  miles   king,   is   paved   for   a  -    .     s _ "  distance cf i-6 mile?. We hepe    to H���W hOSpltal  AT LAST schoolboard meeting, W. S. Potter presented  to the board,:five alternate-plans.for expansion of  secondary school; facilities to accomodate, the projected  enrollment of "550'expected by September, 1966.  PLAN   1.  Build a vocational wing on  the east end of "the present  buildings. This wing would  contain .woodwork shop, combined power mechanics and  metal shop-^drafting room, a  foods lab-and a clothing labu  typing room and a business  machines room pdssibly^com-  bined with on* classroom for  senior commerce classes. The  present   spaee   would   be   uti  lized   as   follows;   The   present  ���typing room would baeooie the  library,   present   library,   sewing    room    ahd    foods___room  -would   become   regular   classrooms,   present* drafting   room  -- would  become an occupational  classroom as would the present.  combined   shop.    Tbs " present  occupational   classroom,   would  become   a. regular   classroom,  -   - ; ���see pace 8  ment wilT replace the float-  Only minor repairs"will be village! responsibilities. ".        -1  Request for S250 from tiie  library board* was again  brought before council. Provisional budget provides S500 for  the recreation commission, j It  was decided "commissioner |S.  Dawe could turn over $250 f of  this amount to the library.-  Commission chairman Mrs. JC.  Johnston said any further May  Day needs could be taken out  of" the annual budget. She  thought Dawe had made a mistake since- he asked for. S70O  and took only S4QG- Dawe was  not" present at the meeting. {  Commissioner  H.   B-  Gordon-  enquired when  the  last financial r2port from the Recreation  Commission   had   been   turned :  in to council. Village clerk TE.  CUib. lEingc and ffieetiags. res-,  ting the balL  - :  'Miss Harrcfd is dsittz a wen-.  ! ���see p*se  7  to do some father paving on.  this secticn -at a later date, bat  I am ret ablets tsake acy  committment'- about this. Is.  any event.-we will do our best-  "On Joe Road. -Beach Ave.,  and' Flume Road we hare no"  paving in" cur currsnt program-,  but we will ds our best to  ta2-it3in. them as best we "can  within tha" Lmits cf the funds  avail^bls, ard hearing in mind  t��e n:eds cf the district as a  .The departmest cf HIghw��ys|  rcsd foreman *&l be requrrxt-S-  MIXISTES cf Henl1^!^^ ^e'-  : fir4   the   Hsnotr^iHe   Jttdy  Tj'Wir;!*  aisouEc4l this.jweek  ih? has  spprovzdl ajrcca:tribu-  tlcn cf $113iC3 und.-r the terms.  cf'the Xaiicnai  H.i.n  Grants.  toi  the  ;5f> feance cci  ne^a"  c ���-  sr^ne  :-tn"ctxon c��  Coast  Kos-  p��;-l tad rzsider.ct  at Sechelt.  Miss  La5fanh  si'-s  the  bos-  piUl >.vIH   s^r^  rcrulition  Ra>-aor zdvised ths. by-law required an annual statement Jbe - ta c;l tha reads-; as th5 cast is  turned in  but none  had' been, .becoming unSearafcle.  submitted for 1S63, -- -    *    | Ths\hzli cctntniHee  rspenea  complete report on flsan-    new   rlgulatidcs ifcr lishting in  A  ess and jnsmbership frcm tha  library board- was requested.  Mrs. Johnston  felt  Garden hs  &r.. est-matca  ip*-rix^naie��y  1C.710 i peer!^. - It   u-lIIj  contain  3S   aci-v=   tre-.tr-..r.t ��� S   recovery.  2   labcur  ard   Z-lobstrxs.- -.  tie*: beds, as well :��� a 10-basss  tizet hzzizn    .\'zt .cunzdatira^i  will be pr-wc.d   :; -  S curse*   T  and  azzzpomnz   tri-'.zzz--.. tic-   i  uz-zrzjzzzsd territory ars bc-ir.-  institafed.   Th2y  much    activity..  ISO  reported  PUvers  la-n 4  ��� l-fiftnat :r.  scares   ti-ia  czzzzlevor.  zs  rr'-vi-aai.  jy.s   i>^.  ���WM '& VvSr *>>4"iJii.",'-"j-  irt. -   '  ' Published Wqdrte;  ���Sechelt * Peninsiila | " i  -���     ,     Sschelti If  J Gross Circulation,  ,   Classifies" Advert sing Bates  ^-Line AdBrtcfsdS  One Insertion '..���.  Three insertions ..  Extra lines (5 \yords)  Box Numbers,i  Ifr'poid beforej publication, o  count of-25c per Ac Brief is,allow-  _'j       <����� : rsr.Ji !     e r\:   c'd.    Semi-Di'splayj   Super-Disp  end Blue  Chip  pisjj>lay   1.50  inch.-  Legal Notijebs  line  !5 words)--  per c:unt line i ub-  ( ions.  -.���*��! ���  -A  ���v-b  ���:=���;  n  17c per count  Insertion, I3c  sequent tnse  Deadlines:! So til rJjjjy, 5 p.m.  1    ���  Subscriptt'oh [latest  10c per copy,-; 50c:   >^r month  odvorjc<  .   carrier^, $5-00' pe  Card *of>. Thanksj    '  Deaths, Births,  Ing Events," Etc  40 words' $J.L_,  each.  25c Disidurlt  .Peff .        .    .  25; ie cfro words,  publication.  DEATHS  DUNLOP���Passed  ^16.   1964, .Sandy  ��� Eeaeh-   Ave.  Survived by  land;   two  s^stej-s,  garet   Dunlop),  Mrs-.- Smith,-  Funeral, service,was held  iirday,*- April 18 at  "the-  Harvey  Rey^Dsnis F  Cremation.!,'  Home, directors.  .cliie, Vancouver," Robert,: i  ���rr*wr**-jlr*.,r*****-**-**ir**jrMJr*r*-**-r*'  7    I T        *X>-  Room y and  Board. Wantejl.'  ROOM,| and ' boards, available,'  Private--   entrance.     Wilson ,-  Creefc-.-jatea.'. 886-9785...   9983-tfn:-  REAL ESTATE.  l   ��� Sc  i_. 25c C3 tro.  _L  iis-  ' year, in  Engagements,  ��y,  per  itst  (by  IrvMiimoriam, Cpm  FOR" ALL.,TYPESr OF.* IN-  SURANCE^NCLUDINGLIFE  AND   HEALTH" AND -ACCIDENT.'AND  REALLESTaVTB.,  AND.. RENTALS-  Contact:-     �� 1  *   - Office: 885-2065,"or I  EVes*. |E.- Surtces 88��r9jJf}3  ���    C. ��.��� "Kingy S85-2066-;  AGGETTTAGENCIES LTD.  Box 63 j Sechelt, B.C.  5084-tfn  nserrion (up-to  3c  ore  i*j paid be  WORK  WANTED  away  I Dunlop  Roberts   Cr  two   jrothers,  jMtss -  Vancouver  Oriljia,   Ont  GQTVani axe to grind? A lawn-  -* '  mower   toy be   sharpened?  Have them precision done. Call  Benher,   Sechelt,   885-2292.  Afpril  of  ;ek.  At-  cot-  lar-  and  rio.i  Sat-  OYILAl  J'OHNSON-rPasscd  SHERIDAN T.V.  Sales vand Service  i  ' RADIO: APPLIANCES  Phone 885-9605 ���  ��- ��������!������ Ill  I ������ i m�����������������i^���H ������^������  H.7B?.GORDON &  KEMNETT.LTD.  Real .Estate ,;arid.! Insurance  Phenest^  885-^013^886-21911  TELEVISION '  SALESmSERVICE.  RELIABLE �� PROMPT"  RTCHTERtS^V*  o     8SRAD1CCLTD:*'.  S<fchelt;iBJC��, PhM335-3777  FIREPLACES  PLANTERS*  FOUNDATIONS  |    WALli  Aj SIMPKINS J 885#2132  WAlfeatxSuivEY  b SERVICES? .'���--"-  Complete Water System Service  L. q. EMERfON  pf88&?510b . ���  Insured Blasting  STUCC0IN6-PLASTERING  GYPROCv JOINT FILLING  |     CEMENT WORK   .  ' '   * by.      t   \  N. SCHOENEWOLFr  Phone 836-2862  CUNNINGHAM  AMBULANCE SERVICE.  HALFMOON BAY  - Emergency and non Emergency ���  calls. Specml rotes for cId-oj)t**  --'pensioners.. \  24 HOUR SERVICE \  Phone 885-9927  FALLING  TOPPIKK5J OR REMOVING  tOWER-fflMBSjFOR VIEW.  Insured .work from Port;Mellon.*  to P��iderHoH����or -,  Pho*#*884-9946  MAR��EN VOLEN  SWANSON BROS.  ScpHc Tank* ond Drain Fields  Backhoc and Front End  c Loader Work  Screened Cement Gravel  Fill and Road Gravel  Phone 885-9666  Box 172-Sechelt  CHAIN SAW CENTRE  Wilson Creek*  Dealer** i lor i PM.-  Canadien,   Mc-  S Cull*5*"^ ant* Homelite* Chaia Saws.  Complete stock of oil rftodels*   "  Parts-and repair service.  Telephone 885-2228  NEVANS TVj & RADIO    .  SALES & SERVICE  AH Appliances-  / Fronchlsed Philips Dealers  Marine Drive - Gibsons  Phone 886-2280'  t  WORE ABOUT ...  Biiildinq permit  l:rom page 1~ , | .  i corner of Hackett Parknvas  iccepted. with thanks, .   -  Auditor's *pe of $3S)5 plue.$22.  travelling    expense    was    ap*.  proved.    Also   approved   were  lecounts totalling $782.27.-  A special mcetinf* will" be  iield to deal with the annual  budget. Nothing Can be done  i iritil; school board and H.I.D:  .nill'l-rates are set.  Gordon enquired why the second letter concerning restrict*  vet covenants had not been.  tent to , C.H.L. Woodward as  ier:': motion\ Mrs. Johnston ex*  ilained! sheThad phoned Wood- ���  varida*' "I -haye his answer."  ihei said. "If we are going to  lave to deal in\ motions then  thei converse isbtcuc,*' said  Gordon. Raynor Vferred to  lackjninutcs and isa|d no mo*  'iorUhad  been   made-,   only, a  ljp.m. Irom i  4 sires  Funieral    Hijme,  Harris offici  Harvey     Fu:  away April  15, 1964, Jona^-Sfraim Johnson of , Gibsons, i ^C,, Survived  -by hisr. loving -wife Annie,] one  stepson,, one��,stepdaughter,! one  siiter* in Sweden. Fiineral] ser:  \ice was1- llel|d- Sa :tTrjday, Vprii  Haivey- Fu isral  3l> , from- ,fthe  Heme. Rev  iated.  ctery.  directors.  M. Cimeron  Intermenr 5 eaview  iffic-  *em-  Harvey   Finaral  Heme,  feADEY���Passed   away  -18,-   1964..  |PeUr    Alek  Sladey   cf   Bgnrlojit.   BC.  vived  by, his} 'Idvjng wife,  ny,  one  son  Olli  eira   Park,  Vic,   Vancquyerj;  ghtcr Mrs.  \er, six brothers  Bq;  ^pril  nder  Sur-  En-  Peter,   j\rad-  one   st pson  one ste >dau-  Ahn iVarila, .Va icou  land,  one In  New  York.  Wcdnssdayj   Apri  a.m. from Madai  Ccntmittal service  ffOm Vancauver  39th  Ave",  and! J}  Harvey  Funeral  tors,       . |  22 "at  10:30  ���a Park com  munity   hail,   M ideVa.   farfe  PERSONAL  SCOTT ��� Foster b> ygen and ac  etyrene now available at Porpoise  Bay  weldh,  and Bud Stewajrt  five in  12-19  Fin-  Five  grandchildren.  Fdnsral sdrvice  ROTOiTlLLfNG7  of machinesito match:  ypurbjob.  lov|:ing: ancf Breaking  Rocwy Ground; Breaking  Grading? and-Leveling ;*  Cultivating' and Hilling  Coniplete.iJLawn Servicey  f rom planting - to   ,S  maintenance.  MdNt/irig .and..Sweeping   .  POWER INKING-  Edging.jar��dt!,Fetrti(izing\.  Seeding and Rdlling etc.  Arrdngejfbr "regular  cqir.plete lawn care  ; rM^^0^^RS��n  r Box-"435**���- Sedielt  -* j     385*9S30^-S  rlhohe^ Eventrlgs Only Please  jj        *������": .  X   --;'"':'  ^728-tftl^  1        - ���:  * , t-  FOR SALE  at 2:15 p.m.  Cremato rium,  raser Sreet.  Home,   I "irec-  913-19  .     SIM*ELECTRIC LTDa  Electrical j^ontlactbrs  Appliances��� Electric: Heat  Phone 885-2062  -:^7Frank*EfcpecKer;.', --  ������^pPTbl^HjRlST/   -  '��� !Ek-!bBfe��c|,  \]'.! "...���.;.  "^Every VVedpesday  <  f or.appoint ment-  ���-.b- 7J;88<5-?W^-.  PB6ne^^l^lf&fi85i9669^  . ��� :pfeNINSu4Ab-b  BUIIj^lNGiSUPPLYb  *   "The Hous^Vf'ith^Heort''  E! J. Coldweil. Proprietor   *  Boxi��*f -jScchel^BX:.  BRITISH AMERICAN  OILCO-stTD  Fuel Oil - *Saso!ine - Oil Products  W. A, Parsons, Agent  ��Phone 885^016^  Wt��rf Road, Seel��eltj B.C.  NORM BURTON  Ydur Odd iot Man  Gorpenty Work>-House Repairs,  Dj-dinage^TYIes laid^ etc.  Pl#n^86^048  ���+  Scows *������ Logs  SECHELT TOWING  & SALVAGE LTD.  .   .    I*    ���  JSeavy Equipment Moving  -   &'Log Towing  "(.. HIGGS  Phijme 885-4423  TINGLEYS  HI-HEAT  SALES; and SERVICE  for alj your heating  requirements  Oil CapsyFinance Plans  C. Ei (Cal) Tiiigley  i  Box No, 417^ Sechelt  |fii|5^9636 ���885-9332  LAURIE SPECK  1  . .J  , * ** ���  nb  P'!rU  '���-'������XiXf.  BOATS .^ENG  JIT.  FT.   Ftrgus-m  er equipped Wi th 35 h] i "and  Iff    hp    E>'inrudes,    bui  tanks,* coir-ertihl'  CA^133C9,  Vanccui  2354  after  - -10 FT.. PfAM.i Twoj styr ifoam  Jloatatior - tanks  and oa  eluded.- $9p.  or!   nearest^  I   This is a^iew boat.'Phon  6 p!n  AUTOS & TRt  Call  for service.  9980-19'  Doug  NES  Cabin  ^ruis-  top, etc  er.1  -in  Ph..  A716-20  '1954  METEpR I sbdan  defvery.  Running. 7^75.  PETS  1 PEKINESE: pupj yije*s,[ 886  CKS  t  s m-  offer.  FREE|;e^plastic4 coatv. hangers  ! vvithfeve'ry purcha^J of '-Bap-  co" paints.-at3 "Walts" on the  liead of the wharf: m Gibsons.  J>h.   8^6-9303. 7     998549  " b��� y *.b "y���-  46 SHEETS of %".tongue and  | grooye plywood, -'4'x8! slieets. >���  $200.' cash/ Tax has been, paid,  ^86-23f>-'   >-:-��-^--y-*--- --9982-tfiti  "ftUBHEE^ stamps 6r!,atl7des*y  ! cripfcbns may- be Obtfuned-  at The Tiimes^ Phone 885-9654* -  Quick] service on all orders.  PUREBRED Airdale pups. Ph.  885-2007, -   * 9921-tfn  I i _; ^^   -  ' I  Business Opportunities  LADIES !-Fashioh   Shoppeb AIL,  new Spring stock. Going business,  grossing .approx. $30,000  per year.  Gibsons.oh the Sun-.  Coast.   Only ^one- hour .  Vancouver. "Ph.  Gibsrats    ELDRED'S-FLO*vyERASHOP  AUTOMAtlC: LAWN  MOWEl SHARPENING  Get Ydur Lawn   Equipment  PENINSULA ROOFING  Aspj" alt iSt-, Gravel  Bu It-up Roofs  Gueh rher Barowsky  R.R^ 1Mb, 1: Gibsons  ' P^oie 886-9880  Sharper  Inine  ed Now  Benner ���  Phone 685-2292  CABINETS  CUSTOM WOODWORK,  SHEET  Oil Heating  LTD.  i-urnaces  Sheet Meioi  GIBSONS,  Phone 886-9961  B.C.  shine  from  8S8-9& 1  Thfe Fines! t In  FLOWERS  For. ."All Occoitions  EVfinings_ 886^7736.  9984-21.  1706-19  Ph.   88  1-2693.  1981-20  :9890.  WmreB  Bethel Baptist.- Church  j    Sechelt, B.C.  Chiirch  11:15 a.m.  Sunjday. School 10:00 a.m.  Prayer meeting Wednesday,  fr?30 Jura.-   ;  Cowrie.Strect, Sechelt  Phone 885-J4455  1 RAY NEWMAN  PLUMBING  Hot Water ^eating  .   Nothing Dcwn  jlO Years to pay  PARTS AND REPAIRS TO  ALL WATJER PUMPS  Guenther  HOMES  lOfo down  Barowsky  1  Gibsons  suggestion,   add   the   minutes  tiad been approved.  Commissioner  Wt  Swain^  reported J. J. Dayton, consulting  (ingineer, had visited the area ,  iind was prepared! to make a .  detailed  and   complete 'surveys  lor!$900-$1000.   This  would  in*  ;lujrie   surv^   of 'jvillage   and ���  surrounding   area J considering '  geography,   topography,   future ���  lopulation,   degree! bf   sewage -  it given points, use of present'  lutfalliJ-equirements of all fed-  jral;7 and   provincial   government departm2ftts and estimat* -  Jdicost of money ^by-laws.  Swain reported three garbage  sites have also been picked out.  Work on,the launching ramp  is iwell   under   way,   reported J  commissioner    F. j  Parker.-  Equipment   ahd   materials   are   ,  onihand and pouring of cement *  will   start   soon. | lie   recom-'  mended cenotaph light plug in  for the Xmas tree be  moved ���  onto* the Jelephone-j pole. Swain ���  will look into the feasibility of'.  this*. JX 'l   ������  Successful ]  rummage sale  THE    LADIES    Auxiliary    td  Pender   Harbour   Branch;  Royal  Canadian  Legion   would '  like to express their appreciation to- all^thpse who, through ^  their * donations  arid  patronage -  helped-*make theyrecent rummage sale- a success.  Articles ���  not sold have been sent to the -s-  Salvation  Army, i     ���  Clocks gotdhead * j  Saturday midnight :  DAYLIGHT saving time starts^  froim? midnight Saturday, -  April 25th; So don't forget, set"  that clock ahead one hour'  when,you goto bed.  EARL'S COVE  SUBDIVISION  Adjacent 13 Earl's Cove Ferry terminal on Sunshine  Coast] Highway! Beautiful view of jervis Inlet. Excellent f^hingj and boating. Goodjsite for motel jand boat  rentals!-,!''  WATERFRONT LOTS $3,500   {  VIEW LOTS I "ROM $1800  terms on balance. Discount; for cash.  .ft  Madeira Park, B.C.  �� ��� ;  Phone 883-2233  -1  (1  ^���i l:f.-xSi     . -   i       i    . _ --���   ---  -  ...--...-.   ._._ . - ... .   ...... �� - -    ..    _.     ���  .��.    -��.-,-���-.��� _ -..5- _ ��� ���  a i   _ ., ....   ...,.- rr,   fc *mm  ly.  ���jSrS-  1-  1 fl 7.;    : J * .V, 1.,. ���.���.>^ ; I*: \ * *  Hope io form       j  veterans club      f  SECRETARY-treasurer   T. -|E.~"'  Fontalneyaad 4ih vice-president   Archie  MeDscmM  e�� lite  ���Army-"-" Navy"-and   Air  Force  Provincial      Command     were  guests   at   a- meeting   held | in.. ,  Gibsons  on April 17 ~ with |he -  cbpct   of   forming . a    locaL  branch of the, club. There: was   :  a  very  good _ turnout  and en-  -thuaiasm7. was very great. They  local boys under ihe Ieaderdiip  The Secheft^eninsufq Times, *W*ecf4 April 22, 1964 Fcge 3  $10 million on Irish �� * *-\ I  doe !"'*; " ":  f dising gitnips  iss out on sweens  CHURCHES, j Service   Clubs,   PJT-A..' and I pkeiieaily   ��� ���. ., r      r ��'��}' group that is involved j with raisitiglfunds in  ot BOl Twesdlej*,have already   trie fair-name of-cfaanty are tmbajppy uitif tie iwsetiied  managsd  to  get -23  Charter    state of-the law-regarding: suck j things as traffics and  Veterans meet   *     i Members and it is hoped that    bingo."This does not seem to bother the oat ind out flle-  -Arn     ��*nnmp   \it\^*~~-a   ~*.A   HT^  ^im,,   p^-u:..    the figure of. 100can be reach- - gal ooerators. . : - i���: =���  MR.  ARCHIE  McDerrmd and Mr. ^Tommy  Fontaine      . ^ tH��� vm-aear foture" Mr       ��� X   ~.��~,��.-*���-       -. -     , -    -f  -irom Provincial Command hereto -attend Veterans   ^^*^f^^thXt^ : - m- ^ :**������*��*�� -tested m   by Pacific Command.  meeting" at Gibsons, to help form local branch of Army,   ^ .Unctions and duties of a  Navy and Air_Foree vefs club.  T. Ei Fontaine gavesaTialkica  < *&* j-^ j^^ S����ep!^lO.eG<��oQ0  "wasysi^eribedby the citizens 7-majef effort to fkomote ��� phys-l,  Ottowdreport  The News* Ottawa bureau  Veterans -Club and. stated.-ifcat  most major; ch23Bg^y in Vefcrr  ans : y Pensions     iiave     bees  hrou'ghtforwardtteoegh.tfeelef-    _   .,   _   _.    .   .   ��� -    _, .  forts of the Veterans dub. The    T00^.^ &*_i!*^!^  local -men feet they would Eke  to get ICO^bms fegether with  $100.-each and -start developing  Lof liter US and yCansrf s.  :-._- C��8s_��*s  tfaoosaKis cf Can  Indians" continue ito-^aiEr British  m    Australia,' .New  ^Zealand,  Jamaica, and 4be  US. Hckets  are  now  being7 tooted. locally  FEDERAL-Pi-pvincial conferences aret :��afling aboutus  ~- rr;^ ���SSdi^h^A^r ^ ^e^eepsxake legalised by  .    like .autumn leaves nowadays, each one presumably   a -clubhouse .mmsxhsteh,. Any ^            cdgfabcur ^ute* fae-  nelping- to make ^or unmake Canadian ^Confederation.   ?***?. ul!efe^Jf ^ * ^ " -^J-?^^00^ -u^ ��^  SomeiGreat Prime Minister up" there!in t^sky Is!, per- gS^r^^oSS  haps keeping score, and come Judgement Day:-we "wall  know H-hether the present ef-   ��� ���_������ p������ .>'r-.-"  forts have tended to save Con  federation, ory dama.it. .  7 Meanwhile about all the true  believer  can  do  .s  work  and  pray,   land   perhaps   learn   to  as hospital Insurance.- Any  province 'wishing h> do so, will  be .able to take over the administration of (these programs,  and   will ? be. * given   additional  inerr"Gafe: in Gibsons or -phone  88S-2S0O.       .-���-.- 1    .  Friendship le<z     f  aids fund %  speak, ithe   other   official   lan-\tax nrom to pay for.them.   -  guage.j   -.'     -   ��� b The fears of Ssir. Diefenbaker  Theri is an uifcertain feeling . and others that! contracting out  ef   helplessness   among   ordin- -."means * 7'deconfederation*-*    are  ary Canadians, about the course    difficult  to   understandb There  of   Can adian   Confedera tion,   %as  With    the    cleavages " betw'eea  French and English seemingly  growing   wider and deeper^"  This, feeling is shared���and  Sometimes abetted,���by the ten  Provincial Premiers and the  Prime Minister of Canada, the  MRS. Lee ;Retiman, MTs. Kay  Nelson. were hostesses .at a  Friendship tea when 25 ISt.  HUda's yw���A._ 'members . and  friends were present.j,.These-  alwavs   been   contracting: .monthly gatherings were start-  out in. relations between the  Federal and Provincial-Governments, and there always  -alii be.  -There, was also discussion of  the Federal Govern ment."  plans  to  extend  family  allow  ed by the late 3Ir5_~EL  for the purpose of creating a  fund towards the building { of  a vicarage on SL Hilda's  grounds ia^SeChelt- It is hoped  a start on the construction will  commence: in. the near���future..  Aien nigst.immediately respon-    ances to stiuients of 16 and .17  ihble for charting this country's  eourseT.^^; :  \- After jthe Federal-Provincial  conference at Quebec "City this  fnontb^jfor example, there were  indignant and theatrical protests by some Provincial Premiers, i' " .  7 There were..-:also inordinate  and violent > attacks ' on the  conference i'results by dpposi-  ti'on Leader^, in the House of  Commons. The- impression has  been spread " that- Confederation, has been shattered or at  the very least shaken. ~  7 Opposition Leader Diefen-  -baker, with his instinct for the  meretricious, claimed -that the  Federal Government was fostering "the piecemeal dismemberment  of Confederation."  Quebec Priemier Lesage's indignant objections to the results of a conference which he  knew could have. no other re-  Suit; were of the stuff of the  theatre, and probably designed  to allay criticism at home.  Then of: course come the hysterical Screams from extre*-  mists on both sides of the cultural curtain���one side protesting' a sell-out to Quebec, the  Other demanding; complete sep^y.  aration of. Quebec  and   to   provide   Interest   free  loans. to university^ students." ':���  Mr. Lesage' says these are  unconstitutionaL Mr. Pearson  says they are not. Mr. Ixsage  says he will test them in the  courts.".-So be it. That's exaclly  wbat the courts are-for- and  it's too bad they ^havenV been  used more often in the dangerous family quarrels.  One must ask: though why the  Federal Government blatantly  proposed a measure such -as  the family allowance extension  without making; the least' provision for alternative proposals  ih a province where ' similar  payments \ already Sexist. iQue-  bec has- been paying such allowances to students of 16 and  17 for "nearly, three year^.  In any j case,, these topics���  along-with discussion of. af special tax Study in deptfr^were  the major preoccupations of  the conference. It was .undeniably a useful conference. Why  therefore - should Fedaral-Pro-  vincial -relations be surrounded  by  clouds  of "doom?  These   clouds   of   doom   are  probably as much a sign of the  Canadian  times as  the  mushroom cloud is of international ^rin the inlet as formerlv  times. No matter what course "  - "b "-"-*'. Hair seal  BERGLIOT Soiberg of Sechelt with a small *7o-  pouiKi hair seal she shot in  Sechelt Inlet. -The hair  seals are1 not so numerous  low the border.  Di contrast STll^t* wzs donated by io branches of the  Legion OS62-63K in EC aioae.  In many cases- this mosey was  -earned the hard way, by Lad-  ies.7 AfiriTiar^s. bazaars, raffles, rummage, sales and cf  coarse   bingo   and  dare   it   be  . said? Beer.  The ~ disbursement xsf these  jnonies  covered  a  wide r2nge  : of . activities  sh dproiects. Ov-  7er SSS.Se9 went toi cover Bursaries and Scholarships. Further money "was contributed to  maintain Siudast Loan Funds  and other educational projects-  Tbe Xew W^tmiastes* and  District Zone's Earl Kaig Society completed jss ."S1S2.C0G low  rental hoasing "_ project yzn Cc-  quitiam and is planmng' a similar venture ra Haney. Over  &T?MQ  has   been  invested  in��� j<m  " buiiding developments throughout *tfas Ps5vi36E with a further S6I.706 spent towards, tbe  upkeep of-ilsse properties.  Essay contests were span&or-  ed by many biauijdies--" A total  cf over S.COO cfaildrec took part  in these as ..wtH._ as coloring  contests. "Prizes saeh as S30  Savings "Bonds fwere awsrded-  Assistaace  to   ether  Welfare  ��� groups' retailed   over   S30.CC0.  ��� The Red Crass, Salvation Army. RexsntSed Children Assoc-  - laticas. "Grippled- Children's  Hospital. Heart Fund.- Msrch  cf Dimes and -numerous cth��rs  Jdjenalitted    frcm    these    donz-  *Xizns.  1   In additipa Branches donated  ^ tha use of their halls to rnany  ;of   these    cotntmaity   groups.  :'FinanciaI aid from branches ta  communities themselves  amounted to" more- than S2fiX<y}  &nd took ia such things as provisions- for swimming pools.  cenetaphs. parts and tracks.  " Can a price tag be placed on.'  a helping hand to ti*c*e is  need? 5forc than 5,700 veterans* cases have been ssviced  ���SSOjOCO has be��s -spent  la a  lajer effort to promote -pays*,  ical fhnem  for  fosegsters : ii  t^ r^isu&r   Gfypa^iEsyTxaiiimg -  plsn.i$iBMO has7$ees- apeet-in.-'  the Mst'.two yeats |o spons-ar  sevesai ie&zzs in] kscal  sports^  jictivi-_s.  ; Tbese'l   m.    fr&si  baseball    to    socferj-   footba3,  "softbail,y 'hockey,   I lacrosse, -  swimmia* and bo4iiag:  -    Pacific   Comm^td f Branches  spent-as- a result-if "Poppj- -dbs--.  .slices,,a tctai cf S^OZS^d on Ee-  Cef .and. %*eifare_-^^tfc is c��m_-  jnunille* .in .1962. {'and SU&^lk :  ia 1S62. At least Sim branches.  bant j new- naUs   in   &C  during  thesei years far a f total c&st -of  -SSSS.TSO.63. -Tbree pthers ptit on  additions costing i total cf SS"*.-  22Q30 or renovsti&is t to SZ "other -branches at a fcott of S2&S.-  &S.47.   b   -       '  . I     '    " ���-  : -  Fimres. ,mean^ f c^thiig by  themsehes. bat"tb each, child  who .gets his uniform in' a soccer tian, to the ageing vetefcs.  who finds a ctrmfcrtabie'lj^me  free from the mapy ^woirieJ of  rest \ increases _ feevend , tfeir  capacity fi meer| ^3d_ &egksL'  _is st3l a. vital neCe��#ity. and "is  proving ks:*"wcrtS. .as figures:  Again prove -by sfto.-*iag -4- constant- graw-fii acrois the Viomzh--  -I  Singh family,  benefit dance        ~  A BBXEFIT danef ��Ji-fce It'll  for?-Sir. and |kfrf. Thaker..  Singh *T.iiQ "lost ivarvthing ra  a fine list -week*. The dar.ee  wSi bs held - on Fritiay. _ApriL  21 at "9 p.m{ in j��ibon Cre��k  CQEmaenity - sail. | Admi&sioc ���  donation.. It is h^-ed all com- '  rnuniiies ca"_She *f*eh^*iula v. ill  help Ithese iiewoofnprs'"13 our  district. |        |   .*  John  Kind-Smith  Refricjeraiion  I "ili  }     PORT MEU.ON  TO PENDEH rfAJfSOUR  {Phone 884-2231  {rem 9 era. re $ :30 pja,  1  Res. 886^949  And yet, in spite of the poli- Mr. Pearson takes it-will be  tical din.'some very useful pro- violently^opposed by some degress was made at -the Quebec    '"    '   "'    **'-  -*=���-������� *���  conference. r   lb  The^ pension; issue  was "coS-  Tsiderably   clarified.   The   Federal   Government  will  proceed  with the Canada'Pension Plan,  ments in this divided country.  lAt the moment, no one  knows how- dose the walls are  to tumbling down. The Ottawa^  Quebec, jthe French-English,  the  two  cultures  conflict  can  to  operate in  any number of not go on much longer as it is  provinces. Quebec will have its The' crisis   in    Quebec   must  'own .iplan';which will be fully soon be reached.  Either there  portable   with     the    National will  be  a  heavy  public move  Plan.   " -towards separatismTor a heavy  Ontario,    understandably    in- public reaction against iL  ...*-.   r^   .u-   i   ,-���,-<�����_- WhQ  ^jjq^-s   what- Seemingly  terested in the large invest  meat fund which a Provincial7  Plan woulu produce, has not  yet dedded whether it will establish its own/plan or partid-  pafe in the Federal Plan, but  seems now to .be tending to-  wardsits own plan.    --    .. .  At   any  rate,   all  Canadians'  \yill have available basic, pOrb^  able pension coverage, whether  linder a Federal or Provincial-  plan.   :v ---'-'   ;  "--. Important progress was also  made on a formula for allowing provinces to "contract out"  harmless   action   taken   today  might influence  that  move lia.   |  the   wrong  direction?  It's easy to" wish for the appearance of ta. great leader,] a  supermaa who would return us  all to what now appear to .be  the good old days. -  But the; solution-of. Canada's  problems     now     requires  "patience,  hard  work,  compromise.  These are the qualities which  must' be exercised by all our  leaders now and in the days  of certain joint programs, such    \q\ come.  ECHELT JP ^ERVICB  PORPOISE BAY   (S������helf}   B.C.  Air Gmtss & Air craft Maiatoiaiice  Fishing  Hunting  Freiglvt  Air Taxi   4 lr  PHONE SECHELT ^g5��95��# AMD BO^K FLIGHT ���  Contract Flying  !     ������  * b"b  Sightseeing Zfours  Timber Criumtig  Air Ambulance  I ��� ��� ���'.'-*'--" "-"'-        -      -       . -  '.       " , - ,"..:- - -  j      ...'       * 77j'^-   "b -".    -   *���-"       "  i  "*PWB  feWsF*  .^4' I..  ���rx  ->      .''.  ��*  "���I!  *"  ,-.!  . !%-�����  ���   ,'  ���'���  i ���  . ���  '���  *���  ���    -������,  ij * -,  *J:  zix  ��-;���  ���"V.'  I.   -a J  I   ���  -a}  ri��vilw��(*��WUi I  .��*S4-iw)'<i5*^S'*'*~3*'* T-*v%��i3.-W:ti��3w��'*o-K���>*"_  T/ie rim* 1*/<w--i  THIS is Chamber  chamber of  ���ft-  |I|I  p*ni*t  .*  of Commercd Week. Your floc^T  commerce n reds yoiir s'u]  in its job of prbnioting and irrproving tradcjjand  commerce and tie economic;,  civic and social  welfare of its area* which is tie basic  set forth,in. Chamber of Com nofce~tff*-law?*-.  Chambers p|' Comnierce i rd politically, nonpartisan,, non-sectional and not ?scctarian anil are  open to any reptiiable person c irectly^or ind rect-  ly engaged or interested in tride, commerce or  the economic ami social welfare, of the district.  Any person- desirous of jpinfrg may jsubmijt his  y(or her) application in writirg along witlj the  scheduled fee! Tlic candidate i> then voted bn at  a general"mi?etinj; and must.be approved byjtwo-  thirds.of the mijjnibers^pr&ifent-at^he nbetin^  To,Talk lo/ Many filings; of Shoes, Ships, Sealing Waxy-Cabbages, Kings  Wednesday, April 22, 1964 j~~ j~ ~  ifpiniomi fp���^  ���By Marilyn Simpkins  \b!ltlln^o7btoU8        No* Spring is hereupon our  as to fail to say     : hill ,  what I believe to be right."       'As'-witness trees anij daffodil  |        ���John A-putj'S.^jie Pears arc splitting'; m 'their  -   ���    ��� -      �������� �� ���    -  ���  buds  ���s���8��&    IS    W��t���*  While Grapevines!look td_mo  7    like duds.       -] t  The Cherry buds tire large and  yy     bright |  ,. . ���       ... i  . With gumlike,stuff, but what a  and secretary apd ten other PREMIER lesage has warmd ;b isight b  .. . Quebec youth to use-its new \yhen ihcy~burst out into a  the samejoffice for more .than two years in sue- franchise pifoperiyvHe was rs- 7   bioom  cession. Council meetings are open to all chamber ferring to >joung men and wj- ^f ^aaiin& whit^ agajnst t*,o  president   treasurer  elected, j*aid-up membersv"f*?o jmember may hold  (Lakcshore News)���  ;t as   of commerce members who. may attend but may men between the ages of   is ,     ���ihom  __. ._t . : j _r .��._ i: A.n   ' ^l.���   ->nrt   *>1    vvhni  have   r**<��<>iv����d   the b��A**ia ,  not take part in any] of the proceedings. Alt books and 21 who have received the ��    *       -        :  of the C&amber aj open to any mernberdt any ri^^H^^Z?Tf: 0l ndkcd boughs or scruffy  reasonable hours  ���f  broom.  It is a gbeat privilege of a .  Flertioti^  an* held  nnmmllv in  Tintmrv   A domocrttic society to elect its Tuliprtre poking here and  Elections are held annually in Janum. A setttatives w g0vmme*it.  !    there  nominating committee of three members is ap- The  FatheiJs of confederation And soon they all will fill th��  pointed by the council and consists $ the  mme- fought hard>to acquire "rep by !!    air.    ' ���*.'  diate past president, two other lumbers other pop"  and allow Canadians  to  !  than council--members. Nominations; May: also be participate fully, in the contiol rp*..n f��(%jiq  accepted from the floor but must be signed by the of government. . 1 WO iiuys  mover and the nominee. Voting is by s^epret ballot.    Advancements     in     science-ft/id! CL Dog  Pariiamentarv prodedurfc adhered to at meetings warrant a. ^ider scope of kno.v-;one never knows wha*  ���   * ���" ��..   ���      .....*. -,\      * u  .      ledge.   Nev��r  has  there-hem ;      will do;  such emphasis on formal ecu-  T  Members jmjuy be'liohorAd i0r!^neritcirious vis in accordance with Bouriiiot's 1-^ulis of Order  service by beinCmade honbrart members. Oh the ,   y* Your Chamber of Commerce rieeds your sup- j^j^-^'^SJJJ For instance, just last night  other hand, a:member mav be expelled by a: two- port. This PenirisCtlb has thfee such Organizations. century paL Quires children'"* sbt dow$ in an casy chair  third1 vote of the councillor conduct unbecoming Gibsons ^.nd Distri:t C. of C. whose president Js t0 gr0w~up faster. Faster nfa- T�� rest b^ the^firelight  to a member. In such case th< member ma^ ap- *r   ^   ***-"-���*���"������  peal the council's decision bef< re a general fneet  ing.  The counc  i  M��pieiow$  consists of ifie president, jvice-  i  BEING fortunitfe enough to- tall into conversation with ^'veil-travelled entertainer, f jmade  a note of Tiis refnark that there is a definite procedure t$ fOllo^ when tourin*' Israeli anc. the  UnitedI^rab Republic. This nan,stated that if  a .showlis book<d first for U A.R. it] may then  go on tc| Israeli,  must be|cro��se|d  cion decreesth  _good if they h^  This fro:  thinking m vaOr>ing- degrejes is common to  countries^ Ganaiians thejmselves canlt sit  and say "W|"  ---���How i  credited an  K. F. McHeffey;   Jechelt and District C. U>f C turity musfassume greater i-e-  vvhose president is T. Osborne and Pendei Har- sponsibiiity1      ' But instinct told mc something  5our and .District C. of C. whose4>resident ij> John �� Educational    programs    srcJ     wa*  Diinlop. , j, designed to make yovmg peojile ^,'ot as it shptild have been,  participate;   more    fully   in] a that fo\y 'little terrier  boya  . . a guest edUorfal by Helene Open ^SQStSfS^fe w*s nowher^��bc swn  the better'*;is a ns&- silogah.  but if booked for Israeli, U A.R.  off the itjneruy. U.A.R. :uspi-  the pierformeis must be up to no  eJust come frojrn lsr^efi.  iauit  (communist) or the U.SA. (big business) Or even "X^T "Hs * "^ sto��an-| j  i kncw he must have, gone to  Quebec (separatism)? " aWlt^i^Mf f     w  On an even more personal level how many ^ ^fj^ Jv^,^ {0 ihe With thmc two boys of mine,  time-s have we listened to a proposal and before faith placed in them by their Fo-" hc "���ras no* outside-or ch��  deciding on its merits asked "Whose idea is this?" fathers  amjl fordfath^rs. "   then based our de��isio:n-on how we felt about the    It ^ ouri-duty to have coifi-  person?  When [entire nations indulge iri this  prejudice, the world is hampered bv a njegalive d.uty   to  become] informed  .-w^u^-.uwu.   , approach to  all  questions.  Worki"leaders  are-"?* P^^'l1 situitton and  a world that jis striving ifor some form -of co-   steps of the   Don t-step-on-his-toes   danc^, done'. T . ^  existence betvyjeen nations'. Be caused this type of  most  back  'rd hot like thaL*  larjy times ha\te wd automatically dis-  idet because! it came from Russia  ���>  better  to national theme music, than to creating  world for all people. ! -  Wih her heterogenous populace, and ;a bit of  tleajr thinking, perhaps Canada coitld-shpvv the  U.A.R. and counjries likelit that suspicion does  not make great men nor great nations.   ,\  fo I  tramped  upstairs dnd called  dence that jthey nili live up  ind of Uieir respoijisibilitfes. It is tlieir ;      his, name'     "  on Then blessed that7 knowing dog.  For there he was, way down in  bed,  As silent as a log.!  I'd hear his plaintive whine.  de-  7  THE Attorhey]f(|jenerars new warning that penal-  .ties for irnaaired .ari'ying (Or operation of a  motor vehicle) \ijill be mulch more sevure than in  the past is fail notice to those who irresponsibly  persist in mixinj; alcohol [ahd gasoline.  ��� - j- "Jhe warnjiiig does not say that you mu't not  on cannot or sli o lid not drink.! t tries tq point out,  however, that ihi loss Of tiie piivilege Of usii|g the  highways,yplus! a piece- of your paychecic, and possibly some of your frewlom, 'will be tne penalty.  Since autor .obiles kill more -people in North  America than all the wars jof history, this tonj-and-  a-half of steel that you htirtle down tne highway  must be regarded as the most lethal weapon we  have yet developed for average human use.  Continuirfg ; driver plucation, such as; high  training: 1 programs,   tinr Jayce.es  eiBsa  1  Smfldmigs  (Abbotsford Ntnvs)  ��  exami-  thnnjgh vehicle testing; stricter quaHfying  nations for driven; more frequent driver  And, of course, more realistic penalties for    He is  infractions of the laws goverriirig ''iribtrk vehicle surrev  opei|ation. The warning of stiffl  and licence suspension is a step  tion. It should not be ignored  SOME   highly^ Wtercsting   fig  ures ha^e beeri made public:  by a  British Columbia stiiool^ kncw thosc imps werc fcI  trustee interested (tn the cost of:;       =������ .. _     * h  ���.llu~ five insurance for%chooi biiH^l,   b"8,^    -u   .-  testing. ings in tj,|I provincei ^7And held hijn with their feet,  tit*e   frt*��     "���         - if    ��� * '-fit.t    I    fi"Kt*A :*ti**.����    f^-   .l��..:nA  Anthony. Hatcher,   of  ajh d    his    resea rch  �� �� ���'  ^9  a��  %  I tried, to coax him out of  where  He crouched:beside their feet,  But all my picas and coaling  \       wiles  Met only with defeat..  But  1  fixed them for playing  tricks���  r fines, jail terms, should maie British" Columbia * rnade themjwash the sheet.  in the right direc- do a lot of thinking.  tin the file, year period h\omX[)ad Goes OH  5 to 1961 the costs of-in:iur-l����,  school buildings in this ]no-Manoeuvres~-  ce   was]  $2,500,000.   In   the'Ob, gee, you oughter seen my  same -pelniod   fire    losses   iai       Dad,  srhools   exceeded 13,000*000.   Ity When he canie home from  does not  take much  imagina^'-.  ioir to   rejach   the   Concluiion  . .!. food for thought  drill,   (  ���      . . that  insuring  school  buildings]Hh ���lfT suk looked Iikc te  Schools are aiming too much at teadhing pupils the will     become     progressively-  ,aodj efforts! of |notor  c* arbuse th^; pub|lic to  otor  presently [being accorded  scho.*^  driver  Road=E-0 codpetitiorisj  association is ciie way  the indifferent  vehicle operatjibh. We" 'sky indifference, because  there is no ojh?r'"word to describe a society in^  which only One out of tliree drivers is fullyj com-  petent to manag * a motorlvehiqle.  ���Other   possible   mpthodjs   include   stricter  supervision   <j��f   vehicle:!   usijng   the   highways,  content of other men's minds, and  tbem to discover the c;  too little at training  aciiy of thjeir own. ���  ���R. R. Hancock  ."-*-1!  !.-'.'  '���::  ���"*-  ftaifido!  ���^  Ben Burroughs  SPRINGTIME,  : us we see  leaves appear  All this beautiful  in the wonders <^f  MiBanate Messages  "Mosll people are bothered by  those i passages of Scripture they  do nbt understand; but ... the  passages that 'bother me are. those  I do understand". ��� Mark Twain  ijngs with it newness" of life./ All around  intes breaking forth into ncwt-Hfe, as the  a|n<l b  more expensive"~flr this record "Ro,,ed down a rnnddy hill. '  continues. ~  Vast   majority of school��> in.}"' couldn't even see his face,  British Columbia are of frimey'' w*��'- as black as ink,  ^^ construction, the Surrey trustee' And mother made him wash  MUOfBgllte Points   out    Provincial   depart-:       himself  ment of education wiU -not a-!R-ght in the] khchcn sink:  SSiS tte SIm0K exT^t[ *?** Dad has fun'  v���.  .   7', ..    .      .���   .i,       With them Reserves out there,  bli��  - and dreary ta^ta^T^^^  shadows fall ��� for I am now! without someone ��� are brick, the fire record is far sco*"��  my heart learned to enthrallT��s. the sun that shone so belter  than in British  Colum- * lhinlt she dot?SI*'t dare,  brilliantly ��� hides put behind gra;* clouds ��� and even bia.   In   Seattle,   for ~exaniple,;  flovvers by the way ��� are held in mist-like shrouds -*��� school   authorities   do  not  buyj *���"----��-���*-*��'�����--��������  life somehow doesn't seem the same ��� sweet smiles are commercial   insurance   at   all.   rj -n.a       <n *rf,  and all the old foliar Ws - serve They hav^  a ^-insuring  ar. BECHElffPENmSULA^fi*,  V*flTl Ciam tint Inn .4, iU^aa. 1 L _  Published Wednesdays  "A FRIEND IS GONE'*"  THE morning dew has lost its  hX to Sind IT�� j^"on^ "fiilcd'wim buo^am "bSSSif cS ^[he |mc?  hope ��� is heavy with despair ���i no tender words of  ~. , .      , .   . ..,   .   ,        Constructing    single    flbor  confidence���no longer one to cire ��� but life is for schools   o{   ^.^   "- K  the living ��� and so I'll journey on -r- engulfed in somber loneliness1��� because a friend is gone.  buds blossom into j beautiful flowers,  array of color causes people.to!rejoice  nature. '  Yet a^ greater wonder than this, is when God  through -His love^showers upon us gracej and m^rcy to  change a repentant sinner into a pew creatUre* inj Christ  Jesus. 2 Corihtljiahs 5^17, ah act which even causes the  hosts of heaven t<j> rejoice. Luke 15:7 and to.  ���Rev. Waltejr |Vckroyd, Pender Harbour Tabernacle.  _ or con< rete  blocks, Mk Hatcher says, is  the best vray to prevent fires.}  You are certain to save uisur-;  ance cost's, and probably 'to  save lives.  Provincial  education   deiiart  months apart. The wife, died last sjjnd willed their home ment  should be  asked to  to a relative. The estate Isn't settled yet and it is coining prove   such  construction  to tax time, df the estate is not set: led. by the time taxes iu\\v   shared   basis.   With  are due, who is responsible for the t|ixes? brick   ihdfistry   in   mind.  Questions About The Law  QUESTION:   My   brother   and  jhis   wife died   three  ANSWER: The executor or administrator of the estate  distributed. The tax6s^are?eha?gcd  -s\.  -J.  aPi-  On   a  its  The  News    suggests    this    district  should i be  is responsible for the taxesj^ntllsudh time as the estate is to press Victoria for reconsid  ragainst the estate.     eratiori.  the first community  oat Sechelt  on B.C.'s Sunshine Coast  . ;by  Sechelt Peninsula Times Ltd.  Box 381 -Sechelt. B.C.  Serving the area from  * Port Mellon to Egmont  <Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet).  Joan Donley, Editor  S. B. Alsgard, Publisher  Subscription Rates:  (in advance!  1 Year: 55 - 2 Years. S9  .*�� Years SB  4r.TJLS. and Foreign.S5.50  ^^  *****m*******************W*- KSSs  .--. A,    ...li    ..ft..  ..i.-.tbi, ,->  ,i  .-  ,.    -,--;. -^._i*...-..��  Vi   ���*.--���      '''.���.������K.|..,.v-f;;...-..-.:..J..,-..V.-. ,::    *    ���    ������ ,-��� ������ -     -    "- ��'     ' 1   '    .'.   .*������,"���  s  Plans progress  for Mayrday  (MAY: Day  plans are progres-  - sing   steadily.   Sechelt ��� PTA  and-Sunshine Coast Lions club  each   sent  two  representatives  to   the   May   Day   committee  meeting headed by Dick Branca. Mrs. S. Dawe is secretary-  It was d^cidsd to invite the  same naval band as last year  and .tha- parade  route  will be  the  same.  Suggested   program  will     be���parade    to    Hackett  Park,      crowning      ceremony,  7    sppirls; events, ��� queen's banquet,  fpflbwed. by two "dances in the  Legion' Hall, first one for the  younger   children ^ followed 7 by  otis.   for   the   teenagers.   May  queen "will be chosen^ as usual  from the grade six class at Ihe  Sechelt elementary school.  David Maeleod  , memorial trophy  SUNSHINE Coast-athletic club  will sponsor a fund lo pro-  *rids| a iJerpetual trophy in memory*  of" David  Maeleod  who  passed - away recently.. _��� - -   * -  Because   David  was  ene ,of .  the top .sprinters at the provincial I level in the bantam-boys'  class, it is hoped to. have-tha "  trophy-presented .annually to -  the-win&ar^f-the bantam boys  100 yard dash at the BC age *  class   championship  track Tand  field!, meet to be held thisryear  at Richmond. y .'-."-���  Donations - to this fund 7may  be mailed, or delivered to Helen  Bezdeck, secretary, - Sunshine  Coast Athletic Club, RR l. Gibsons.;  yighh Leonard  Myers T;  JOHN'  Leonard   Myers  passed  away April 12. J9G4. aged 61,  of  Gibsons, -i B.C. -Survived   bv  his7 loving wife Margueriteand'  one   sister,   Kay   D.   Anderson,  : Ctjpar   Sask.   Funeral _ serviee  Wed;,  April  15,  3 _p.m.  from  Mt.   Pleasant  chapel/ Vancouver, :Revy Denisr TJ Harris officiating.  Cremation.   In  lieu  of  flowers- donatibns to  St.  Bartholomew's    Anglican  .Church, ;  Gibsons. VB.C.  HARVEY ; FUN-  ERAL7HOME. directors.  The-Sechelt PeninsuU*-Timesr Wed���,'Aptit 22r 1 P-S4-P<sgel S  -H>J���.>  ���     r*���* a.  / ��� ����� -  ���***!?*  ^.uy���vi  ���n ,*�����*' b  ..*>~*       * J     "  J  i   .;.-...��   - *w*?.-it **  i    1 i.-*   :-*-      -II1**  s ��� * ih .  .** -��-.  ,-::"x)X -..; .  Province wide .  Shower of I>imes  idighln May  - Hopkins-Landing, Howe-Soond. |  THE. HOPKINS -Landing-Howe Sound site as it hpeearea  in 1907. The small cottage on the right is| in 1937,  -the 'Welcome Lodge*. The lean-to bevond waff the logging camp of the "Mosfier" .who Iogged~the -tilnber oif  tbeTslopes'behind.  ���Photo courtesy Captain GJ Hopkins, ditjf  ANNUAL SHOWER of Dimes campaign win take place*  . this year during The month of 7Mav, commencing  May* 1st. Monies raised will go to the Queen Alexandra  ���Solaritnn which "at present accomodates up to: 90 bed  patients. -: ��� -��� 1���  Patients are admitted from . year. At this time- he was! fit-  all parts of the province for - ted with special -braces which  ail  types * of treatment  reqnir-   :enahle him to he -eatireiv self  The Reader's Rlgfii -  Bendermews  ���By Bunny Smith.  A. TJORHAM is in charge of  ��� May Day. Another meeting of  the committee will be held on  Tuesday.-April 28ih In the Legion Hall. Come on, merchants,  get behind it I  7Tom Ilastings.of the Vancouver Fire hall has been in the  Harbour^- all' week giving lectures ; to the Voluntaer Fire  brigade. The firemen would be  happy to have volunteers to;  help with the bingo. heJp renovate the fire/, ha II and donation of furniture to furnish the  fire hall would also be much  appreciated. ^-Please contact  MarshailfRae or Gem* Finch-  am.  ing   long * term   treatment   re-  .gardless   of   color,   creed   or  race. ^  A   typical   example   of   the  cases treated is-that of Bruce���  '-Now-aged 15 years.  First admitted to; the Solarium -in 1S52  foUowing   an" attack  of" Poliomyelitis.  This   was  quite severe and. seriously effected  the  lower part of the body. Treatment called  for a  long'range,  plan  of surgery supported   by  ' Physiotherapy  and  hydrotherapy,    fitting     of    braces     and  splints   and   final   teaching   to  become   self   reliant.   The   boy  was  admitted  first in  1952  at  the age of seven, years and his  first stay was-- for a period of  four  years.   He  was  then   allowed . to .return  home   for   a  period   of.: approximately   one  year   %vhen   he Was   re-admitted for a  stay of another six  months for further surgery and  fitting of different  leg braces.  He   then   returned  home  once  again   and   was   finally   re-admitted for completion of treatment early in 1961 and then discharged again late in the same  dependent-and this boy has cow  returned; home to complete 1 his  schooling   to   the   point   where  he is reads: for Universiiyj-it  that -time he  will  be  ablel-to  - proceed  to Unlv��sity .and follow his studies without and difficulty   whatsoever.   A   follbw-  _up procedure will.again apply  far this  boy and  at the time  of his admission to University,  efforts   will   be - made   to   pro-'  .vide    him    with    an - electric  wheel, .chair "so   that   na^part  of the .campus  will  be  out I of  Bis  reaetj. This  boy is full lof  enthusiasm and has been  patient with the ien^  care which  have  been  nedfs  saiar   to   rehabilitate   him   and  he will be able to follo^-a fhil  and useful life in everv sense.  Doctors welcome  r  . Fijft.fr,  The . Times  Sir���I note ]n the April 15  issue c�� the Times*- that I am  mznticsed as - having stated  thzt Dr. Morris jeft because  he was the -.targst of .certain  correspondence) with espies to  the Minister of Health."  This was notrhe intention of  my statara?nt as Dr. Morris,  might nsi-have-.'staysd no matter how frii-riiy the attfude of  tho community. The one important" psir-f I wished to make  :was that cr.y serious cemtnsn-  ity .argument males it c��filr-  oft- to   obtain   a   replacement-  vgj-r Jfost doctors da not efcoese a  vears I of    "^ practice aad they are still  Archives:  "  -^Optntonsb-rjottrf Readers  er ia: assocfaticsfwiftl- the j^fef-  .   ical j Qinic   or   i%  ItfepeEdes.t  .practice is to peri=itfotS.- quar-  re��s I to die-  and f asire   rntcr-  ested dnctors they arEisreic<im��.  .    !" R. AIXAX:C.fil��'sAX,lID  -   N"3W car  1563 tc;aUe*�� 5f&>.<|!"'  ;earJ2S3X^ old c;  th3 krscte-rj - arid  metal vardsr        I  aies Js 7<J��.s2da. in  " ktd m the  ��-{ went ta  *^*r   &cr*p  Main items in the S2.K5.666.-  750 spending to'be administered by the federal department  cf health -and welfare In the  coming���year include- $SS2 million for the-xmiversal old-age  pension. ^420-^mipion for the  federal share of hospital insurance.   ; -   I  . mare "reluctant to ester an area  w-feere there has bc?n a recent  controversy- -involving tie "doctor.    "��� "  - I believe tbe.best way ta attract _a resident doctor, wfceii-  RUG CLEANING  aiid-DE^OTHWG  0��qr ������� Crcnnig App<s*htncnt  Done HlghtjItijYbur  ] Own  Konie X  fRATES KEASbNA^-?  .   F��r Fr�� Eiti'*nafci  Phone S8S-9S90  ii"  > i  *  ' ������ i  'I*  ft*  '   y  i.. ���  :������;���.  , ��� i.  ::��� =  ���!   *  -i ���  '.���..������  : :..-���  * j  -.b  <.-  f  t   ,  *  \,  .-.y  -PorttMellon News  y.  ^HOME^ON LEAVE  ORDINARY Seaman las Shep-  pard,��;RCN,   spent -ten   days  leave with his parents =a.nd  - brothers in Port MeUon. He  ��� was stationed -at -the naval  -Jjase- HMCS-Cornwallis, Digby.  "Nova Scotia and has gone to  ���Victoria- for tfurther  training.  hbadminton; season ends  J**amily   night   was   held   by  the   Badminton- players   under  the "Port   Mellon   Community i  - Club "oa-April--14th,   1961,   to.  end    the . Badminton    Season.  Lunch    was    provided . "Snd  - '���By~ Lindo!-Moore  served" by the parents of the  children : participating. T h e_  Port Melton Giriymade a presentation ^f tAzaelea plants to  Mrs. * J. - Claftir and Mrs. R.  Jamieson, - who " have given  their time * and" instructions" to  the girls all*season. I  C.-E^SICOTTE  BULLDOZINff-SERVTCE  Land Gearing - Eicavetiag  end Road Building.  FREE ESTIMATES  Phone 88S-2357  ZEPHYR MOTORS LTD.  ere pte<ssed to  eppoent-  ERNEST R* (Ernie)  FELTOM  cs represerstctive  to the Secfseft  "Peninsula  .^ for New end Used  *Ccr and Truck.. ScSes  CALLXOLLECT  rBas. TR. 2-7411  Res. XU..S 3321  ���XV.  '���K  1  J  \  i  i  |   "MERCUfcY  j    ^METEOR  }       COMET  j BRITISH- PORO  *  -:���  ��� i  ���;.!  - * -,  * i   i rtinf M.j m aniiMmia �� ��r-i���nmfr-ir-nr-;���*���r I     I       I   I II        ~n ~ ~n r~ 1~r���jn-m���nr���il���nn  nin inifiiil   m  ���**.  11 ��IIPP  **! ��� ��'J  ^r  ���������^���rvaiviwq  /  ��� ���' ;  '  -J.-  N:j* Poge 6 The Sechelt Peninsulo  Pupil distribution  Times,  Wed.  , April 22, 1964  58 ���  *���  PRESENT AND EOTUME building plana were the  major items discusbed at Sechelt S.D. No. 46 board  meeting.--��istri it superintendent oi schools, Gordon ��.  Johnson's-plan for Njplacementb of pupils in September any  was accepted by the board, and lie was authorized to  make arrangemerfts for jc&cbx    ^~     * ' ;  ���-.';_,        ""���"    ��� - 7"���  "In th\ present activity room,  Mrs. Fisher said,* the windows  ijre classroom size r and the  hangin.. lights will tiot permit  the playing ok any j-|ames, except ptssibly marbles.  t7 Spicer claimed he had heen  given  permis|ion   to   proceed  :   of   Feb.   14th.  ���''SUM'S  tlien:   board   members  a . look    at    the  S  ers accordingly. j. /;  Gibsons , elementary school  addition will not he. ready ukitll.  December at thi earliest,' so  pupils will be ilistributedy to  schools ; ���-'_in Seellelt, Robeijts  Creek, Lahgdale ind Port Mfcl-  . Ion-as fat the"'past year. '/,.':  The board was unanimously    Sider 1 minutes  of  Feb.  opposed to swing shifts.i17  Arrangement 'vill be- itt^de  to place abkindrrgarten class  in either the S dribol hall7 jor"  prefar,rably*'the Anglican- Clidr*  ch hall if this latter is. available.- ���  a   I .       .. ';.'���  A teacher front England [has  been hired   to t;ach a km,der-  man standing committee to  prr.para a satisfactory plan for  vocational expansion in preparing [ for the next referendum. Potter has the po,wer to  sslaet three school irastess  and twjo other teachers to work  with him. '  Horvath suggested business^  man lie aak,ed to attend when  than? were1 specific questions  to b_. ,'put to them.  Potter presented five alter  native] plansj to the board wiU  diffictjlities and advantages,. i  f each. These were (.1  vocatijonal wing to be built' a  the east end. of the presen  scboo;" (2) additional class 7  rooms to the east side, <3) sen  ior secondary school on th<:  same property, (4) junior scf  condary school in the( Sechelt  area, (5) technical senior "secondary school in the] Sechelt  area in conjuction with] the pe-  partn ent of Indian ;faffa(irs.   j  Poter favored th�� fi|-st plan!,  whiclr   is the  most> feasible - to  'a.   *  -i ><  ;�����"�����      ���* "  -\-��  *���,---- -i  ���     * '.**-���- , - .B * \f *   .- "  -.-t **"."���'     - .'        *   "       I '* . ���*"    *�����..  : "V,       * ���*_.-,..���.     i#��*rf*W**-J,SfsSlM��kik-���    �����%.  *r  .���*_a>    "* "��� ���"*     ���������      JXv^TTv^ -at���fa*  *���*-��>*%��.j~-<_-rt     **  .    -  -   "��� i....i*.~'?  Pender Harbour  PENDER HARBOUR, the bjautiful, landlocked, marine  basin, to the casual observer, be he tourist, ��� merchant, itinerant yachtsman cr salesman, appears placid,  eaceful and slumbrous���a Sleeping beauty awaiting the  4ss^of a mythical prince to waken her to the vibrant  life of a fabulous summer iiesort. Pender Harbour was  ''!   ,'i  garten   dlass   in   Gibsons i and  should this class  the   School   hall,  mentary  studentls will  not be  abla to have phySical\ educat  ion untilJjthe ooinpletion of ,flie >]for sipt   j^.^, 207 for Sept.  auditorium.  and  this   room,   there   are  32 GIBSONS  VFD  ;r.upi*i3   to   a   classroom,   ana After an inspection of Elph-  iwhat ibout ,the kindergarten?" instone  secondary   school,   fire  farguec1  Reg! Spicer. chief] Bill Scott of thej Gibsons  .          .. '?"H11   Gordon Johnson said at the ��0luriteer fire department ree  be enrolledrn  |mDment it |ooked as if there omJemied  the  auditorium; bt  Oibsons  eie-   |W(iuld   be:   fenbugh   pupils, for equifoed With; a dry sprinkler  j half a kindergarten class. Pro- . - ., .  ejected -enrollment is 205 pupils  B named by Captain G. H.  iahiel Pender, R.N., second  slel "Plumper," ah auxiliary  advantages:    Gordon   Johnson   of 484 tons and 60 horsepo,wi;r and a speed of six knots  - -          "From narrative history of Pender Harbour, city arc**!  hives, by R. F. Donley, 195".  Richards, R.N. in; 1860 after  master of H.M. survey ves1-  steam sloop, barque rigged  1965-��  comphred to Sept. 1964-  Childdn from] Cmn^y  ^\   ll"en}0lim&ntot 205 and "pre-  Henry Roads; area wiU |contin-|.; sent enronriient of 192. Depart  ue in their p|*es;nt schools un-    ment  til   construction  problems^ are;   Chers  ironeti cjut,. then thef \vpi return to the schtk Is in thpiro^Tt  '.**  attendance areas, it \vas the  decision of the baaed on a motion froml school trustee J. .Hor  yath.  K'U we ajre gp|ng to cater to  individual J requests, then we  dort't nfeed boundaries," said  trustee Mi��: Celia Fisher.  Cf: Johnson felt the parental  reaction! varied from year to  jyear anld with   eacher to tea  . cher. "   J-  Boardicbairmjn,-Mrs. Muriel  1 Ball pointed oi t % children attending ��� Roberts Creek school  from Gibsons ittendance area  were able to j ravel by biis  whereasi, if the* attended Gibsons scjjbol theV had to walk  two! mil!es on, the highway be-  cause they arkj within limiti  and thd bus i'i crowded. She  felt if- pupils started in a cer  tain school they should contin  ue therp until 'ihe fend of thi  school jfear.     i  REQUEST   DECAYED  Trustee Reg Spicer's rec*ues  to proceed with* definite plan;  for the! one room addition tn  the Mareira Fark elementar;  schoo| did-not receive approval  of the board. Trustee Mrs  Peggy Volen jmd Mrs. Celia  Fisher ; opposed the motion  made by Spicer and seconded  by Horvath. Trustee Mrs. Leslie Jackson absrain'ed from voting oni tbe grounds she didn't  know Enough about the siti^at-  ^ion, so, Mrs. M. Ball cast a  negative vote, as7 required un-  The  suits  being-  man.  Park  standards are three tea-  for 109 pupils  and one  teache|r for leach 39 pupils: over  Inboard will await the re-  of   kindergarten   survey,  takenoy ' Gordsn Free-  principal    of    Madeira  elementary.  PROClEED WITH I.A. AND  HOME  EC.  board voted unknimous-  sj-stdm and "fire rprbbr insula?  tion, and the basemerif occupja*  tidm 1 room binlt originally^ jis  aj stsrerobm, should be eqinp^"  ped with.1, a panic dclor direjet  to tiie outsidtexThis would cone  out on the-_sbuth si4e of!'tie  main buildlngi and thel stairwell  would project out lonto tie  blacktop driveway, accarjding  to Chaster. Chastet vfas ask;d  to bring in firm tbtijmates m  the cost of7 construction of  stairwell and''panic (jloor, also  cost of sprinkler systfem:      !  Cl, aster inrrodi'ced!:' Porter,  new maintenancel sdpervifcdr.  Chapter wasSgivejn perinissipn  to vjisit S. D7NO.J23 to i^spi|ct  the-  fore  der.  T77  hydropure water; unit  instaUation of oi^e ^!t P<|n-  The  ly thajt the fpreliminary groundwork be la|d for the ��� construction cf the|l.A.���and Home Ec.  rooms- at Pender Harbour secondary sdiool. Gordon Johnson explainid this would be one  of the firsi Such rcons to be  built under the n6w departmen  tal plan ahi I--senior courses are  still- being   vorked out. He said_ _____ ���  _.r ���.   he \-_imld Ike some leeway, so They grant sums up to, S^L a  the looms can be built ^nd yea * on a repayable basis: anc  modified to suit the needs of no stipulation in courses ta  the a'ea. le suggested the I.A. ken She would like to see  room be ] milt to accomodate similar fund est ablis*ied here,  t-.-i pbtter    reported    ithe:   Glee  club under Mrs. Vernon will be  performing on Virietjy- night on  Mrs. Ball reported ljier inveist- j  igat ens "on scholarship  funijls:/  She   referred to/ Howe   Sbu,nd/  SD w;hich administers a schol-*  arstip fund contribuied. tdj bj|-  local citizens ani organizat&msl  der the School  Act.  Mrs. Fisher' apposed the- construction of th<|! classroom because jshe felt a proper sized,  activity   room   was  needed   at  the Madeira Park school,' and  in. vievv of both  projected enrolment, it won d  be   wiser  to;   ise   the   preseiit  activity roorh  the present ard  as  a  classroo n  and "-add a  full sized actiyi y  roOm^jn thebnext referenduri.  an cxpanted Fishing course  and ihe home-ec. room to ac-  comdatp ait classes. Initial approach has been made to the  dapaitmeni with, this in mind.  Spi.er questidned type and  direction of expansion of Gibsons elementary, school. "Two  classroomsj will be 30 feet in  the lole. "tou won't be able to  see he top of tfie play field  from them," he charged. "It's  fantastic to put a school in a  hole like that."  "You were there with the  architect, why didn't you mention this then?" queried Mrs.  Fishur. Maintenance man H.  ChasterT explained the ground  slope is south-east and the  buile ing - will;.; cut across tbe  end of the field in a southwest eriy directionf which is  nearly level. Starting at 15 feet  above kjvel will put 'one room  threrleet below level, he said.  PRESENTS  PLANS  "w. S.Potter, principal of  Elphinstone secondary school  wasi mad*? chairman of a  six @  * W^^"\  "-     " *<    .  IRVINE'S Landing, .1895. bhe first building; the older  part was] erected about! 1875 by "Chinese" Harry;  the first trader. John West was the first postmaster in  this building, 1897.  WX0iT^'i yi  MKbb'b  I %^"3 X- i ��fc  89 ? V11 *��   ��- \    t  -=?���'  S&HDSLftSTii6 % PMmim9  GARDEN BAY BOAT WORKS  l      i Mechanical & Electrical Repairs  A COMPLETE LINE OF  Garden Bty, B.C.  BOAT -REPAIRS  Phone 883-2366  Ma^ 8 and also at graduation  Mrsb Vernon   h*s   offered��� I to^  sponsor and assi st Uie band to'  keep interest-aliir-e ujntfl .an in-!  structor  can  be   bb^ainedl  ijhe school piblishers's- clubi  has! purchased the .Chast News';  old! hand press for $50.  Mrs. Fisher reported theSe-  che|lt Motor Trainsport will get  in touch with tiie board office  if they can make any arrangements to transport Gambier  Island students Ifrom Langdale.  Authority was granted to  Chester to L install climbing-  ropes in the^ Fender Harbour  gym- Architect's opinion was  thelre is no danger of weakening the tensile strength of the  laminated bes m if holes are  bored through the middle third.  Horvath was delegated to investigate the i inly bid on lend-  lease* cars submitted by*Pen-  issula  Motors.  Dakota Belle, school'ferry owned and. operated by R. Phillips, as no ilares nor a life  jacket with 30 feet of "rope attached, as required by D6T re-  gulations on boats over 42 feet.  Spicer advised these were not  ^.necessary according to Philips, because he did not go otlt-  siije the Harbour and was never more than one-half mile  from shore. A copy of DoT  regulations will be sent, to  Piillips.  . ��� i   : First  JOHN WESlr, first postm|aster  1897. pictured with $  West, now living in Egmoijit  r|ostmaster  at Llrvine'si Landing in  niece. He is father of John  BILL'S AUCtTIQN HOUSE  Saturday, April 25  2 PM. TILL ?  >IORTH ROAD - GIBSONS  GOOD BARGAINS IN HOUSEHOLD  GOODS ETC.  ���    STOVES  1ST OF  FRIDGES  AH  MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES  USE     TIMES     CLASSIFIED  FOR JSUICIC^ESyLTjS,   ^  Come and Browse e round Saturday Morning  Before we get underway.  *" ��� ' -  Come Early and Browse  ��� iiy.iM.. ,...- .,ii.��..w.n ���������/������������ll ���'���  ������** ������mTl"j^,,J",''*lm    *-'v'''*JB;_!!i'''y.'''.<.-.''-,> ''���*"'*'"X-'.-'."!'��� ''-"J*"'iV'"'.*''l"'y'<'"8"fi'";B''"1^ 'Jl"-""^ f" l^���"J'*"'ji"^" w.'  t  Sfee ]19SS .  SINCE 1955 THE people of the small community of Don-  * f Ston:  near EgmonL have been trying to'have a six  mile stretch of-road, put in to join them: up. with other  =. communities on the Peninsula. ;.: \-.-,   ..  F At   the "present   time   when  ,thcy need groceries or want  jtheir malt or*, other supplies,  jthey. must go out by boat.  There's a-i hitch to this^too.To  [get to Egmont by boat they  must! travel through the Skoo-_  kumchuk rapids, which means  waiting for. slack tide in most  instances. The other alterna-  |tive is to travel down Sechelt  [Inlet! to- Sechelt, and^-this is an  all day undertaking^  It!;-would take only six miles  : ��f road on  an easy i, grade to  !join  this  community, up   with  me   government   road   at   Egmont,   and   two   mile^  of   this  road���one mile at either- end���  ; is already in as logging roads.  The 'road grade has been sur-  ! veyed out and a 10Q-fdot_"jgbt-  j ef-way "dedicated   through: the  ; private- property   involved..  i Each7 landowner  involved ;has  ! ��his: right-of-way for SI.   ���;-.  ", According to  the petitioners  ! there is. no obvious rock-work  I to do and;there are extensive  j  deposits of suitable gravel. The  deposits!  are  estimated  afb 30-  40.000   cuT)Jc   yards.  The  type  of  road 7requested. is7referred  to as a   ''cow trail"  by     ths    mighty   ! Skookum  Chuck     *   X -' -b  Accept this  honor, this  great  title. Big, Big Chief Passem  7 Buck! .     ! " X1  TheSecfielt Peninsula Times, Wed., April 22, 1964 Pgge 7  Wilson* Creek nbtes  iy ���-By Mabel Wcgmcr*  FIRE SWEPT" the home of Mf._a1.dl Mrs. Tommy Sine.;  - - April 15th at 1:30 a.m. The fire. Contained inside H.i"  building, threatened by strong windsJ caused the evacuation of Yicrs Motel. A special note "goes to the Sechelt  Fire Brigade on the_speed and. effort made. They are  credited    for    savins - nearbv    -������������i���: ���-��� ;  Doc Howard  MORE ABQUT . . .  Roberts Creek  from" page 1���  derful job as. committee chairman as was evidenced by-the  many .letters: of thanks read at  the meeting for cards* "and flowers receiver. No one is forgotten. = 7* ���  Donations amounting to S12Q0  have been received by the Roberts Creek new St: Mary's hospital fund- A cheque for this     _ ,     ,   -      ...-     *  amount* is being sent to ^st.  Pender s original  SK-^SJf '"** medical team  T-inr*      Umi-arrt       and  Granny   Ro��se  hish a two-bed.ward.;  Dcnars are7Mr. and Mrs.  Beeman (memory of Mrs. Mortimer), - Mrs. Bonnie. Graham,.  Royal Canadian Legion branch  No. 219, Royal Canadian -Legion branch No. 219 L-A., _Eob-  erts Creek j United - church^ St.  Aidans Church, Royal Canad-  ia.n    Legion    branch f No.    109  as  a  **cow trau f^o^ bf   Mrs^fortimer),  A steady correspond^ has    ^^"^     ftecreaUoa  been carried on with the Hon.  Phillip Gaglardi, Minister of  Highways, with no results. In  1957 Gaglardi did Say 'he; would  consider it for next year's estimates, but in a letter the following spring, he. said" funds  were needed for "the Trans  Canada highway, so '.--" none  would be likely for Doriston.  In 1961, the,. Department of  Highways jiut In a survey  crew and sun-eyed thei right-  of-way.! Gaglardi's latest estimate is S6Q.0QO.       -       |  A portion of this roadj would  give i access"to the Skookum-  chuck.j a; spectacular scenic attraction and an excellent fishing area.  One of the residents of Dori-b  ston, Eric Gunriar Gjerdin has  written    the '  following ! -poem  abputjtheir efforts.        "���"  ��� Big   Chief   Passem-Bock        *  By r the shores of Sechelt Inlet;  through the mighty* Skookum  Chuck .  Lies Jhe- hamlet   of  Doriston,  where thc  people  there, arc  stuck."  They   have   asked   the   Great  White -Father, . mighty   chief '  who builjds roads      ; 7       _  To   give   them  an  outiet  past  the rapids which forbodes.   I  Six long years they havocked  him,  but  they  have  had no  luck, 7  As the Mighty, White. Father  answers back and passes- the  - buc|c.  - !So th4! people of this  hamlet,  '��� b who -reside   in   through   the  Chuck . : .  Bestow*  upon   this   Father the  title. Big Chief Passem Buck.  Mighty chieftain,  Great- White  Father,  who  builds  roads in  all  B.C.  Take  this title  and  revere  it~  None Deserves it more than  thee.        _  From the people in-the hamlet  ML : Elphinstone jrecreation  committee. Bingo kitthen committee. Players Ciuh* and Roberts Creek community association. - "  Fifth annual!  country dance  APPLICATION    fo!rm. .are  available at !The Times office  for   the   fifth   annual   Scottish  DOC" ^Howard     and     Granny  Rouse -  ware    Pender    Harbour's, "original * medical  team..  Dec Howard,.well loved, blunt..  kindly old  general practitioner,  ! came to Pender- Harbour ^iur-:  Ing World War I. with his wife.  an. invalid Spanish curse. Doc  kept   goats   and   raised   chick-  ezs,    augmenting    his    scanty  medical earnings with the sale  of mQk,' eggs and berries.    {  Gramsy  Rouse,  nee. Jeffries,  will be recognized by her more  than.    10O    descendants.    Born  on   Merry   Island,   cne   of   13  children,     she     married,.   Bill  Reuse, who in early times worked at  Vananda  mines. Tfcey  setfted at Earl's Cove In 1SC9  and later moved to and settled  tl w^avvi* ��� �� _ .y  buildings. Also a word of mention goes to Corporal Xelsos  and the Secheit RCMP. Sir.  Bflt Cleason.- a - forest _Ra3ger  from Oregon, and Mr. Vic  Franski on their personal . efforts in keeping the Ore "under  control. .- ��� .'  - The family dog. Tina, is  credited - with saving . Tommy  Sing's life by bis loud barking  and tugging at his. bed clothes.  TheTioffle was a total loss and  .nothing was salvaged.  ;NEW  HOMES       7  "Many new homes are going"  up. in the-Wilson Creek area.  It is wonderful to see the expansion of such a beautiful sea  side with manv; houses and  flower gardens. -Among the  hew home owners art Mr. and  Mrs7 George Burnett a n cf  Daughter Qua." Mr. and Mrs/  Don Caldwell also have their  new house* occupied- ���  BIRTHDAY   PARTY  Miss- tinda Pearson celebrated her 11th: birthday oa  the 13th.of April. On the I��h  of April, at 3:30, in! the afternoon, a party was hsid in her  honor. Guests were Glenys Me-  Leod. dare Hague. Heather  HalL Carol Boser. Osa Burnett. Kathy DeKleer, Barbara  Humphreys. Marilyn Simpkins.  Jacky , Duffy and 'Georgia*  Newsbain.     ���*-- .! -  for   the   fifth   annual   scomsn-. "^r-.- =   country dance weekend on the bour. For man> years Granny  UBC campus fromjFriday. May' Rouse daHvered mzny of eariy  15-18. Deadl i n e ^registration Pender Harbour's babies, writ-  date is May 2. Registration fee er Included, wfeh. or wnbout-  is -^. Accomodatkfti is avail- Doc Howard. She never lost- a  able at a reasonable cost- mother or a babe. f  Sechelt Bowling Alleys j  ���By Ere.Mosefip  IN THE High School League Team Xo: 1 {Jack! Goeson.  7.-"-   CapL) won over Mary Ritchies Teara 202Q:-1925. J  League Scores:  ������ rzi���  Ladles'  League���Joan   Janie- - -^ ini). A1ex sk\-tte 562 (240J  NEAR  FUTURE  The S*a Beach^Motel. under  the recefet management of Mr.  and    Mrs-   Chick    Moorhcuse,  and later moved-to'and setuec    will   be   under   new   manage-  pennanecUy * at -the   head   bf    ment in. the near future. Many  \vHsfey Slough in Pender Har-    thanks   of   appreciation   go   to  *--���- ���    the  Moorhouses  for  their service   to   the   public.   Sir.   and  "Mrs.    Chick    Moorfaouse     are-  mo^^ng : To   "Powell     River, future-  "where - theV- will - reside.���    ^  "^-Jir. and Mrs. ;Alex Simpsxns  have  their _son.   Frank. _ home  from the Cariboo for a visit.  Mrs*. -T.rLamb.  prej.-x-n*-  |  Poures   ��Tre   the "fc-uo-* *=;;-:"-  Mrs.    W.    Cameron.    G:fc=<-r->:   --  Urs.   Edith  Sturstca.   R'.bi-r^s   -   .  Creek:   iMre. .D.   K.   B^rclsv, "'  Wilson  'Creelct "* and    Mrs.   N- .  Renwld4   Victoria.  The serving a as. dene by  Sirs. Kay Moore, ilrs.. Conn."2-  McDonald _ and Mrs L. C.  Chamberlain- - .-    -  In charge of the B"��?ke Sil��  table *as Mrs. W "C McCuI-  lough. Mrs. A_ L. Pars-er.* ar.d  Mrs.* AJams of-Sechel*.. arui st  the stauocery^tab'e wis Mr?.  Margaret McLeofi; : W : 1 _ o a.  Creek. I"    _   - ;    ��        .  Mrs. | Phylis -_ Handfcrd   took  care of j the tickets at the do-jr. ."_  -in charge "of the kilihcc wtre     .  Mrs. Ai L. Parsons. Mrs. Ki.-��.  old   Pearson.   Mrs.   Paul   Hzn-^  sea and  Mrs.^Kjije Franski.  Thfe " essence- of bright dsffo-  -"dils     and^ zspriar.   ' shrubbery,  which decorated the tables and  - haH.   tks.de  the   set?^:g   for  a  sociable   tea.       _ '  BAKE !SALE -t "  Tfce Girls of the Surry Crest  Horse Saddle Cub MH a Bake  Sale -in the Secheit  Sbop-Easy  on  Saturday, -April   :Tth.   Barbara- Tj-scn   of   Wjl^-ic.   Creole  wishesito  thank ail tboie w,ha  made h  a  success-by  rznict-  pating rand contnbutmg to -tie-  event- !la charge  of the  Bake  Sale were the  ioZi-*.\ti-:   Mrs.  A. Clarke.  Phy0:s Tjsor..  Patricia   Anderson,   and   Earfcara  Tyscaj ._ .     -  Tfce �� profit will be -.used fcr  saddle: blankets. wLicit the g:ris  will be making : thes;selves.  They IwiH alio purchase ct:!>  ored ebboe for ticir Gi'rr.casa,  where: the SKrses * '-II- f<-ri,._nr-,  which! they-pi Jn   In  tir^   nCir-  Km  **���" - v5  -a/'"    .41  ����� ��� *r  j.  ,.  ���*t\  is  <���  <  *  >-. '? f:  ���if  *.���*��� *-  -.Vil*:  Jack Goeson 593  (2351;  Stroshcin  i'O  <.193l-  wick 652 (2571--Mary   Flay 645  (272i.   '-'..  Pender:  Gordon: Freeman 819   '335*-  Winning teams for bowl off  Blow-hards   and  Stoneheads.  Peninsula Commercial���Andy  Leslie 763 (279); Audrey Benner   25lb"Bronnie - Wilson -815 >s,  {a."__?,,JS__?' S - Roberts Creek M*  "��� V/*"T*-* Rranca 309'   Legion Bazaar    *~  Ten P��ns " i  Rav Benoit 53S, Dick "Carton-530 <��6>.. Don CaHwett  555 Mickey Baba 501 <222��.  Roser HockneE-523u Marvm  Skytte 200, Ray Fleming 515."  SPitNG   TEAS  The Sprins Tea and Ba*.e  oak of 'the United Church  Tfc-omen ef -the St. Johss_  Chareh wai held April Ktafc  the Community Hall- Rev. =""-  ilurrav Cameron, from Gibsons declared the openi=s o.  _;>{je- tea at 2 o'clock oa, 2 .ovc-a  suanv afternoon.  The conveners. Mrs. KayJ  Franski and Mrs. ^^ * ���^  Kleer, *ish to. express tha*  appreciation for aE the wapi  znd efSciect assistance tney  received.        .    '  Receiviss the- many gue^.  from sun-oimding areas, -sere  SlJs* CampbelL7 deaconess, ana  Inland eyt cf Witwr^ Creelc  Mr.!and Mrs. Tirr>  Me^n..  and   soix.   recont  r*.si^----:.- .���_.-  Wiisoa  Crr^k.  hi--e  m-:*^"   ���'"  Prisci G��r;e wl.*rc ^?*   '-*"���-.  iakertiKir home, "_ ,   ���  " 5lr7 and M^ td Can:po ���  and .family- ire- =".:-,--; ..-���-  Karaiw's Trailer Cezr*.. G.:-  3oss,ito W-i>"~ Cr5vt '*���'"���-  ���they will res.dc.  EXECUTIVE   MEETINGS ~.f  The Ejtecuvve " rr.t^.^^ *-  the ��Hsoo. Cree't.. Ccmr. -r...:.  **ill be held en t.tri ^ccc-d  Wedntsday��� :*t *-"-* rtott^z. J- -  next !meet:r.g v,:il wr r.-.i --*  Apni.!2Sth.        .    '     >       >  %  ,  Mosst   Logan.   r.73'.i>    3j,C>.*5  feet ind Csttzdai h:j*��-s"t, -sts  Erst ascend kL ut -V3i"��  "  (318, 278); Norma Branca 309.  Sports   Club���Jean   Robinson  279. Lil. "Butler 676 (SI): Red  Robinson r294_Lome Allen. 640.  Lil McCourt! 671.  Ball , & iQiain���Mary FTay  601 (S6): Bruce Redman 7S6  (305): Red Robinsoa 714 (304);  Roger Hocknell 644; Les  Chamberlin 655 (2S0); Marian  Cook 608.  Ladies Matinee���Hazel Skytte  667  . (310);     Phyllis     Pearson  261. Eve Moserip 274..  - High * School���Ted    Johnson  LADIES Auxiliary to Roberts  Creek Legion Sazaar were  pleased with the results of thelf  efforts. Mrs.. Eunice RobinsoQ  wtm the door prize and Mrs.  Jean, Crawford won the= mystery box. Mrs. Bessie Clark ivoa  the doll raffle with ticket JXo.  20,., while Dolly Davidson with  No. 196 and Kitty Stevens with  Nor 206 won grocery hampers.  A��rummage sale is planned  for Saturday, May 16 at 2 p.m.  Miss CampbeE.; deaconess, mu    u..>r   s        -: -"**      w     1 "I I  WILSON  CREEK **  COMMUNmr CENTRE       |  HALL  RENTALS I  RESERVATIONS j  5 Phone Mr. Mitchell 885-95S2J  ��  s  < i  ^m^^^^^^^^^-^iy^i^0m0x^zX'Bx\^i^^m #aa&'>S*"W_  ^jfMiw'WuUiftiAii��iWwnitii��iUf> w*"! ���'���'���'!l" ' r^"m'   . *" "  ' J   " - '  I"      J .  PogoT & ThoySccholf' Pcninstilaili iinea,* V fed.,  '-' ���   ��� 17...  -t  W&0&'**-  ^���* ���: t��������.  10**000000000000000000000000000000*000*0000*.  7im<d  * iU-gsr*. ur*-:-$: ^pl���^ %-&w^:-^:&- **teY*4&, &.*> -;��������� ys^  M^ ieen-x)f -:the - week  rVjlORB ABOUT  Alternate plans  frkm, p*0��* 1���  thc 1964 . "E. room would become the! electrical shop and  ' shop  I t  RA1MO **SAVOLAINEN   is   the   scientific   wizard   of  PH.S.S.iThis is nonr hobby;*lt is a way;of life with ,      thc, ^   ,  him.' He is completely at home among electrical circuits tfL   prcjent   basement   -.  arid'test-tubes, and he plans io use-enough "academic xvou*(] bclclosed.  alchemy in June to make his. wgty into the laboratories.     The advantages of this plan  of UBC ,where he plans to bury   "��� t���\  " * *'���  ��-������**����� *����-��. tha*   '*���  *"       *  ��      -l-A.  himself ,tfor  several  years -re  search. >,      ��� -  w*mw ii i.nr'1-iir'*****'  *- ���������"**"__*����*f^5*HF  m  -&EAR  Bessie:   I* w;nt !with^-a  hoy and hurt him reryf much.  After 1 'broke  up-Mithj him  I  found that I really  ov^d him/  Jlaw we  arc  back,   but I  am  the one ithat'h getUrij. hurt this  I time, lie, bays he lovjes mc and  ve'1 arc'planning  tp! get married   as  soon  as   j*'- graduate.  ItpccnUjT I heard .he has been  gaing with another girl. ��� When  **,* asked him, |ie didn't deny it.  Now  hfj  only}   comes   by   my  bouse or-calls  about  twice  a  waek arid spends .'ll his other,  time   with   hgr.   Mow -another  boy likes inc.. I wil  bc hard to  forget, my-bo-v-frient,, but.it can  .be.done. Please gWc me your  ndvice.*.Second Fid tile.  Bessie ^ Little  lunder 'f Lnty 1'MdTlbog, qotumbio  because  knows  vr  why, Wltsiv I tiry-to .be friskidljr  with- hi n-��� he i shrugs 1 roc 1 off-  Why   am   1   alwa.v_L_forgi*.-mg  him ant whai rcan I do. toy gain  his...,in-tejresU?  f-Fcrgiviugly.  -Dtssr    Forgivingly:    Play - it,  cool.-Ybu forgive  his  attitud.-  ycu   like   him.   If   hj  Ihe  can  uso  you  as  a-  door rtiat. he'll continue lo do    I  Dear "Second "fiddle. The  kind of! i'relationship you hove  had"-with this bey certainly  doesn't look like, the best basis  ' marriage}  It  jasjif>you two.  for    a ji ; happy  '.dc^n't-|lappoat-����-|.r-rf-��� --���-.  at^:^niyth��3rebnbai^ j-ready ^for,  mi*mag#~-r^��klty !not ^  each plher. ! I'C: suggest > you  ^top yyouraHalf ;<"f7 UiO/going  steady aroutiie,; putm*e* >*ved-  / ding ihivitattohs j -away! "for - a  | whHe#andu^eM0 " ^^ *ome  other] guys- Tn  I ycfu7l|avetleam  I about abby--$*  and^thisi^^houldj  you finally defcicj  roate.",  so. -Ta.v  to him  gin   pa  you.  Dear  student  pretty  things  when  know vt  a little less attention  and he'll probably being   more  attetitlsn   to  i  Bes.ic. I'm an honor  I and) consider .myself  |\vell informed on most  My        ���"       '     -1'  m .oh  i  /  iDearJBitssie:  firiend -has>f ^ot!  problem   is   that   i   a   date  I  don't  vhethdr I should play it  dumb 'or let the fellow think  I've got a . few brains. The  boys ph-tty much like to have  thc flqor, don't theyV���Dating  Scholaik       j  Dcaij .Dating. Scholar: Any  intoresjting : jjiuy you ^meet will  want * lo --kriow iwbat ^kind -*of  mind you have;sand*will enjoy  listening to j you as, well -as  talkind ?sto 4ou. ��The uthing -to  watchloiit f)r is that by over-  r-   -.-���   i extending '_y >urself you-, become  |thep mjeantimei   known   as   Miss   Wlsegal. >*No  i; good; deal: -male  wants   a  female   genius  relationships.   wh0 ; t oiistantly^feUs * him he's  (p- you wheni   wrong   and ���*��� brags --about '������>how  ii^iiuKlife's    ^rribly ^bright -^she -is.  *v:ou  ^ton't^have  to5-sit*arouitd like  Ablest  girl-l   J^umb  Djora  to attract  tho  rn-^mxxed. up[   DO>s*  ^  ��*.'**���*  has many social ;and scientific-  interests    outside j'  school.    He'  has  excelled   in ,track and  in  distance   running.. Perhaps  his  jfricndsjiip   With iH4wic   White  has kc^t him in condition.  I  Raimo   isi   just   commencing  his   career  in _tl*e   world;   we  predict' he will"irr|ake his mark  at University even  as he has  at Pcndor Harbour Secondary.  (Elphinstone  news  ELPHINSTONE |  boys had their  th? season to ^  \ihich won the basketball tour  nament lo^t weekend. Elhpin  'stone came in! 'second with  Brocks third and Vananda  fourth'. |  ' Tbe  Port  Mellon  trampoline  which was used |>y all the phys-  * a...,.-..   1..., hna,  fiivor?d In*  Potter are that it  provides  a  separate  area /or  the   occupational   classes   cx-  somc  advanced ��� LE.  pjrov ides     needed     in*  1 brar>* slJacc* I��'ovldes  additional    classrooms,  facilities   for   power  as well  as for the  courses  to be  intro-  grades   H   '*n'l   ,2��  ci'pt   for  vjork,  creased 1  f our  ptoviuv's  mechanic  new LE.  intermediate  first losV of  ax   Cameron  Raimo Savolainen  _.T.. , -, ..., ^XX"1^   "!j "pressibn  y^��u * know   ALL "the      ^     withiabunch iofff^ds-who arej ;|answers y-du'Il have to;settle    a .stiminar. that lasted theien-  t..u -nine In- sphool and E mi-    ��i...lHiMiii'��r   snonsored bv the  ��S  ypretty tiildiTanc [have ijbad re  jMitations!���!* inytow p J <Sd;it't want!  c|use I'm /afraiab't cap  onljf  lead* to trouble [; Miy/'firfi  likes "them s^amy'liie^p^inej  should7'jbin" ���the rfu^-VWhat  __ido'-to;jnni:ak'^^s^s^.i-,EheTO^'foi|/-  what 'they>a*dr   *!    -|."     '   -\f  : ���Called7bc^ickel|l.,*���!  i-rDear .|Chicken: Frr tafrai|  ttrere real|yfi!-;_?t::m!uch >-ou eaiji  do ;a!bouir'your ;girl-frietid. -if  you've talked to her about it  - and done: .your best to. mak^  her seel'the light, that's aboiii  ,.   the limit of \v*at you c*ansdoi  1    is Just, keep '; your - mind" tirrjnl  on   your' decision inot   to!  bji,  . a  part-ofy-a   groui^  that  gods  -against whatbyou! feel Tanjd  know] to be rh;ht. "i'd-ar frjerid  wfll probably realiie she's in  theywrong, cro\id apdj come to  ��� her senses. Just ho*_e she does-  n't wa!ke up to> late. '  *" ""Dear Bessie: I like a boy bijit  ryget_iiwfuiry angry atihim.>6r,1  ^-thifigs^he does J I'm always Ifor-J  ���   givmg   him,   but ���>don't ^kho ������,''  for? AI plus p school and E minus ip soCijallife:   r  done!  but-if *you*give the' im-  He really doesn't hate people. |  In fact he is a helpful and,  friendly type, and has-a real'1  love for school. Sometimes he  fancies; himself in front of a  class, producing great clouds i'  of car|ion disulfide ;from -a  fiendish collection of. retorts  and tubing.    *. ���  ;Raimo has-been most active  in <the���Kim: Club for several  years, and .has contributed  much.in. the way of knowvhow  and equipment to the seience  classes,! He prepared a fine (  exhibi^ for the Science Fair /  last year, and as a consey  quence of his scientific record  was. chosen to attend. a I very  special - conference of yoking  Canadian scientists inf Ontario,  ical education c  taken back horn  onj6.ved by all.  Report  cards  and *  asses hasbeen  b again. It was  ,<��.i v��.��..'for grades 11  12 were received on Friday.! They were distributed  early as a warning to students  and parents,, anjd give the student ii sufficient! time to pick  up their-boots and start study-  ing't for the jlune departmental  exams. -The percentage'- mark  is si town onlthe report card' for  alf i objects in + which a depart**  men|tal - excuh '��� must-be written.There wilj be no supple  dliced in ���-  puts - vocational classes m a  sj'paE^t?"area and does not encroach on the playground area.  PLAN 2.  1 This  wpuld  bc  to  add  additional classrooms and ,a library  to-the east side of the school.  This plan uould give addition-  Ji classroom space, but would  not im|nJove  I.E. -facilities.  It  'voutd   pi'it  the  library   at  the  extreme lend of tho school and  .cparatc i classrooms.  '. Plan ,3   uoitW   contruct    a  senior secondary school on-the  jresent  school  property,  Icav-  ng the present building as a  junior   secondary.   This   would  mean   a   duplication   of   I.E.,  il.E. and commerce facilities.  Plan 4 would construct a  unior i secondary school in' the  iechelt area. This would also  mean duplication of expensive  [equipment and there ip some  question-'as to adequate enrollment "to, provide vocational options.    ]      t    -  'Plan -is "Would -ccm^aicr-ra  technical (vocational "r> sehior  secondary -school lin the'-Se-  Chelt area; fTliis ({Would draw  off; sonjie of the ��� vocational  jjtrea'ms If rom" Elphinstone. Fed-            .1   be   no  suppie- sireumsixioiii t.*!.....���^..^. .   menital exams this year, so if dr'ail assistance 'might^-be .avail  a student fails..he..must/itake Able'   thiough   the ^'Department  thatj course again next year, /of Indian Affairs. !       b"  . Scjhool  :'s-queenb nominations ���i���������4������   fron> each division have .taken'; "I*emm|ican,a':yery high qual-  plaide. Nommatcdyfor queen arej ity; concentrated "food made* by  Diane  **fti_iei*rafe3lri,:/>L*^ Indians : -fromf -dried    buffalo  -     i.       ' - ia.l--T^x���\,M*,riiaha"7| meat��� mixed Avjith'fat,  PIcf|f?ed hookey.  fishing neaj  son  SCreCk  With!  the  ca..._  SUJfDAY proved a .good day  for! playMg hookey from Sunday    SchbM    for   jBrian    and  Teddv   Hijginson.  JThey   went  ar the m6uth of Wil-  and   showed  some  son peek and sqowea_ -*��i����* n-"*; f0��-iob 1  o- tile Oldtimers how it was Tdachers t0r,J^. \  LTwt.W u.st  an earthworm    p*ed   hot-dogs    .           ._.,. just an earthworm  for hait tirjey managed lb land  themselves! a nine pound Steel-  headl  ! This is believed to he'^one of  1|he largesit taken'put soy far  this j season and .the boys re-_  Mrt that there are' lots more  thei-i for the taking and you  just | have to know where they  are.] But they  are not telling.  tire Isummer, sponsored by!  Roy|l Canadian Institute.'  IM made.!a; most interesting  on this?,to the assemblfed  -on-his iretum.i if-Raimo  do^y-H** make- his /fortune/in  .research-, he will make /it/ in  ;ihess.% We "Will hot eml^anass  fiiiii with "detailed account* of  Ijsii numerousytransactionj-Jbut  |io| ��� one-else "-has.- ever thought  ofrbargaining with [the; I'UjUire  ed hot���dogs ' ind selling  thlm 'at a profit to another  pl4b.sWe are haPpj| to retort  "^b^the 'profit wt|nt to Ithe  i  Club  treasury  Laimo  isia  De  ilolay;  wfjrmsfMf'  Sen ice, i_eer MacDqinald,* plana  Hopdns, Roylifeny Nj-gren,v^i-  c\X Ixe Fran skr - and Weildy  'Wlkpn.'-      '- ' X  ���Nominatiolns forprihcesS;are  Karin Dreiv, Donna Abrams,  ���mry Scott, fCathy BeamishJ  CajrOl   Procknolw,   and/ Sandra  uiutaus       *.v...7      ^~-���,���        .  meat mixed with1 fat, was used  extensively b^* -European ex*-'  plorers,!particularly in the'Ar-  ctic'whbre"itlcou.ld* be kept in-  definitelj,'.  Tljere was the slioe cleik  who iopen?d u p one? box afti r  another for his women cust>-  mer until thsie was only oire  left on the shelf. The customer  remarked; "f don't real y  want to buy today. I" was lo  ii-g for/a friend."  *'Weii,'* said the clerk, "Fll  take down th�� last one if yo  think.hc-is in:it.."  Salon  tMlt  Ei-el-j/nJ Hayes  ���| ���   i      -,:.  Above'������Post- tSHiee  tutting ond Styling  Tuesday to SjBlurdoy 9*-5  'I1 Your Stairway To  |   Hoir Beouty"  Phone ��35-9525  ��� "T*7    "    "    "i "  i -.  ro shomLX Jprecto��ortto4f palrons;- we ~tove really, one  ���.^ frtwriLan iPrices*  to fowri  DRIVE-IN  Selma Park  : COMPLETE FAMILYJ-AND  PARTY MEALS Tq"GO  Chili Ceri Carne  Italian Spaghct*i  Try our homerrlade  Doughnuts  Pho^te 1885^2270  .10. a.m *| to V a.m.  on i Prices*  "'      ���       ; .   Tjrr&maktJu]FMmtmMifMfJt*i**\  . __!  WOIVIE^S TENNIS  fiE^sipri^   -!  ^Hed  'Colors  i>e*rvBdii*  ^nW<**W*l��*W-^'iiW��IAA��^^  I    9 jib.   Steelhead ^  Nlf^E -b o u n d   Steelhead  E^EljlYSStoE IN [STOCK A^eXi. BUY     j  LADIES'  HOSE 1st GRADE NYLON  OUR FIRST 25 CUSTOMERS THURS.  FAMILY  SHOES  - 10 Di  Nl|!*JE ^b ou nd   Steeineaci-"�� i etiAre     i  daviglf by Brian Higgin-  1 i^HOES .      I  . i    -j I     '���     .        * �����  so^'in'nV.ilson Creek. t^jy/yr##yr/y/y/W^^^  YSiONtY  Syd Edwards  8SS-S833 |l*  ill-"***'                ' *        "     *���    *      '--*  "!i   -'*--- ���   ''     -*    "'- -  --   -  ��� ���-���      �����       ���   �� a.    ..j^  .   mn  r . ~ "'                - ��� ������-.��� i . ��� -��� _ 7- . i- ���  �� e" -     - i      ��� "            "1    '  1                         .-���'.-���                                          . - -                                                                                      -  i           ���   ���    . v [��� 7 y             -....-  -.-/ - ��� . -   "   .".-*       -!'.";  '*;������  *     a a    ��  -- -''-i-^"|__i_____B*K>s^?  ...... ..-.a. ir ffw���iftlfc- j%--&  -*;���'$  ?-  <^  MORE ABOUT  tipctpr  jfroim page T���  our long range plans."  Committee chairman, Mrs^  K. E7;;Jermain replied! to the  Clinic's' letter on Feb. 23, stating, "at the limeyou were having so much difficulty in find-  in jj: a doctor to join your Clinic  anjd reside in the Harbour, we  did cpntact Uie B.C. College Of  Physcians| and Surgeons, with  the thought that a doctor might  be; willing to start a private  practice here, but not be willing to join your Clinic.  "Since you did obtain^a doctor to; resida in the Harbour,  we have idone nothing; in the  matter. This is hscaiise the  terms of reference of our Committee direct our efforts tod*-  ing what! is "rfecessary. to pre-  vetit the closure of St. Mary's  .hospital.        ;  I''We--feel that the responsi-.  bi'ity for tire practice of medicine in this area has been assumed! by your group, by thc  fact thatxjail difficulity you arc  having in| obtaining* new men to  r< place the doctors who have  left your! group, we feel that  tip -responsibility" of providing  medical (care Is yours and  yours alone, and you will have  tc discharge 'ji. as best you  can.**"     \     ;b . .-   "���  ,-��� c Paetkuls rcftly.to this was,  "doctors] likd" any other citizens of this country* are free to  live and ittork where they feel  th|ey aref appreciated and are  hippy with!their life7in the  community- -Like any other  citizens, they are free to move  from an; area where they do  not ftelj these pre-requisites,  exist. Therefore, pur group reserves' tne right j to withdraw  . from afiy area we serve,.whether Gibsons, Sechelt or Pender  Harbour,! if the members of the  group so "desire. (As we have *  been informed that the majors  ty of the people do hot wish our  services in the area, we cer-.  tainly dp: hot assume responsibility jto provide permanent  care,     !  ,- "At the present time we have  no plgtiij. for early withdrawal  from 'Uija Harbour area, but  yftumust understand that'we  resferve the right to do so."  Copies| ��*7 these letters were  sent by | both parties to John  Dunlop, ! chairman Pender Harbour Board of Trade and to the"  Canadian Medical, association.  This later turned the correspondence oyer to "ihe B.C. College of: Physicians^ and ^Surgeons.   " .   -'-  "_" * - - - *  REREAD^-  ; CORRESPONDENCE  The Committee wrote to the  Medical clinic . suggesting they  reread their correspondence.  "It was you that suggested  withdrawal���of your: services  from this area: vide, your. letter of Feb. 13th, they said. ���  Then in September 1963. ^the"  Pender Harbour Hospital committee made three specific  ��� charges, against the medical  services! iri*; this area, which  I they yaimed upon- the fact that  the nearest doctor available  was 32 miles distant at". Sechelt.  No doctor's name was mentioned in tiie letter which went to "  the College of Physicians and  Surgeons ��with carbon copies to  Hon. Eric Martin, Dr. R. A.  Swan add St. Mary's hospital  society.! . ! X-   "-���'-. -  Tha [College of Physicians  and' Surgeons replied immediately lthat it undsrsttpd Dr.-H.y  V. Morris was located at Garden Bay and it is utterly impossible! and unreasonable to  expect a medical man-to be a-  vailabte 24 hours a day.  Thef Committee rep^ed to the  College of Physician! and Sur-'  geons that there- was7 no-criti-  cisni of Dr. "Morris in: atfy way,  but we do ^criticize the arran-  gementlof Uie Medica!TcIInic in  Sechelt.; . .in leaving only one  doctor resident in ythis large  area. . .It is cur opinion, from  past experience, that one resident- (doctor "connot.-possibly  ���as  ZJx  :���������... *..*���.   -   _   *l"  r-   *     **-   *e"  *-.-\>'-l  : '-���.-" ..��-���; -       *    - .  ?  a �� "'-.-" ������<-.->  .  ��� ���**  *..��     * -  . - >.  ������*   .  . ,..".3i  '.**."��� -*..';.'.-���  1-.  "i."**1-.*-���>.'? ** si*i\ -   "-] K-i  ;i.^.'>:^i*v.ri-. ������   tx  ' *:."���: '  *-.   M   v.' . 3 '4  t   .'I'.-,  -*T - "   TT in ��Ji. 'hi *[ ahll  FiriParrivals "^-^ :  THE FIRST four to arrive in Gibsons were y^to R.  John Charman 2 hrs. 40 mins:, Mike E>-eHey and  Walter John-5 hrs. ^Ti mins., Allan CoopeF 3 hrs. -"  The Sechelt- Peninsula Times/ Wed., April 21, 1964 Page 9  Davis' 0 ttawa Diaryi   -  ,b t   ' *  By J4ck Davis, M.P.  PRIME MINISTER Pearson- took; the imtiativtfj irj tiie*  recent Federal-Provincial 7Conference m l,Quel>ec  City. He suggested that certain joinLprograms-lithat is,  programs Gnancied jointly by Ottawa and thi prov-  incesi-might be dis<Mntirfued. Others.! he thought, tjiight  be"-streamlined    considerably.    ��� * -H*���|���   This would avoid the 'Federal e<jly con{^i,u*e to thsPmorc cf-  Government havisg to raise a ccient administra*.:r_ cf r<-b*..c  great deal of money  \*iiich it__ affa-rs    is - tlits "co-.:?i*r--.    E.-  r  > ���  I'  i-  - ^ :  i- ���*  t \  # -  i ��  " i'. >  merely turned over ta tfae-pro-  . s inces to spend as ' if Jt were  thfir own; -'_--.  making jts^r ccmp>-a~ iir^.r.c.^1  arrangement _more sr.d'TSli'-.-  eabte they will aI-.o,  X l��L,**.o,  contribute*;- tc-RS|ds r.^r-"-.*! .r-  Ity-    "*-  ^^        _     - *  ������   *    *i    \ it*'  ' -J      * \*.'~y%**m       -.- ' '' X*.'-        .  ���      . . * ** r    '       C*" - *���.*'* .  *���* '*..'* '���.  ���   j~     ���* .  -i   **  ���A  '.  I    , ���  ***?"-.' 'I-1     vv  *. *    1   if     J   '  A  ���  \  Thse arrasgemests ��� some  CS*"of_thera���hive grown up over    manv    decade*.     Varying b  Widelb^ \��*c��%5r tl' Ladies auxiliary  hom'   coil   tne   Canadian   tax- - *  \       :.  IS     ��.  b  :.*���:  lb"   .     Just made it -,." : :      " -  . \  t      f  ERIC Veale and Dal Crosby made it,-sitha little help*  i-"*; .-v*?. r- 'J1/**  .j- -������  ��� ���   * *���"���  ������*.������**.'  .   . f^ . ���      .   *^.  1   ^'".^^b^fbo  b* ,-*/��. I -V Z^Z^J-Xt  '3f  * b;'*b f   ,     V*��_P--  v  li-:. :/  ^.���  *��<  '"*' jw_       ".al *'"', -���- ' >"' -"z"-'    '.'*   ''   ��" X"  pa>ef roughly S3wi^ million a  year. Tbe biggest.-hospital insurance.-accounts far $423 isil-  . hen. -N'i-st comes :-- unemployment assistance ai. SI10 mil-  l:*ln. followed by-pc-fUions for  thi- blind and disabled."  - S-ime apply fo ort? provir.ee.  sc-rr.e to two. and 1 some to *a  majority ar.d some are nation--  \*-kie in their -co\��jra-^e. In a  few-cases, the provinces put up  20*> cf the money. In, ethers  their share may be. as high as  SO't. Included are provision*  for the abolition rof railw_ay  ^rade crossings, assistance in  respect to~ some agricultural  products and subsidies for amateur sport. ���  Premier Lesage cf Qnc^bcc'  would go even further than  ���Mr^ Pearscm. He wocki have  his province drop7bat of tlyj  cost-shared programs altogether. In compensatiai, he sa��d7  it should be able to move in  on personal income tax���a field  wrblcfa. he believes the Federal  Government should vacate in.  any case. The other -provinces  were less interested in "contracting out".- However they  did object to all the red Jape  involved- In effect tfeey u-erey  saying that Ottawa had attach;  ed too many strings to its cost-  sharing grants. What they wanted were a few Iarge^ lumpsum . pa %-ments . in their stead.  .'" These they  could -tfced, admin -  members incmase  LADIES    VuM*iir_    Ui   V<*'-.--t  Lc?-^t. Brjrc:: So. m. rv-_  f.rt 'he rr.c.T.Li ra h*\c, kr..t-  U"i cr. i ��*nt *'-.e*\ r:.\r^ <t  .���-tct^ :-) l>- d.a'r.s..* *4 'B'*^���i  t-.e f-L.: r,v,'.-r." d'-; j;t*::e*.:~ f  Shau-.*-.r��ta> Ki.^-ta'i tn ���..'. --  ;> "\e:r.-iE<:    - :  Far tc-c '{ ���i >j-\ i*Ti-y  paUcr'.a, :r. t.i -*,'��^����:3| '-���>  lap n.;* -ac.-c it*ad- The a-j\j.  l.ary l.a. r.-'J'-: ���"���i ****'C r-**'^  bar.q :ot Ui;*-- f;r th,.-- it*- "a  ~r*\\. sr,��' #rc r.;-.% b-s-=-*, trsk. ".-^  table cloth- tr* f.*. th<",<-. ,\ r.*"/  ftaridard :nc r;"t.-ratEi^ r.a'-<!  ar^i bracch r.-irr.^r h.i| b*~ n  bought. In Apr:;' Circe 2<rv  member*,  -aere  m.'..a?*--:  Fourteen   rn-;mU-f*  J'.urd'l-  ���Jie I���tc-licoa  spcnsc.Tc bj   thc  G.'bscr.s tuxiharj - for  2!1  z*,\,-���  l.ary   memborj   ds -:he   r-*r..n--  sula..     i  <***************************-..  1 *   '   **���      z      *  Iflfour^ob Is    |  Gutting Trees      |  . -  : ������  r   *  ffjis Messoge  "^ Is-for You  We ore Dealers  l ���'  lor   i X  First girl home- i 1  FIRST GIRL to finish, _Edna Naylor standing with her;  certificate.   7 ^ I  First Walkathon  for Peninsula     x~\  MR.   LES-Peterson   and :MrJ  Yabbnski   headed   the   Walka4  ister more or less as rlhey sa^ - j *   P-M* C4.NAD1EN  ve this  area and the hespi-  servt  tal. 7 7  "-i    7 .-' -  They    pointed    out regular  -clinics in! Egmont and Vancou-.  ver Bay* had been discontinued tfaon -sponsored by the Gibsonsy  jicspite the growth- in popula- " Recreation - Committee t hi s  Uon and a'greater need. They    Sunday. . '   j  also 'complained of the less of . There were 90 .youngsters1  personal contact between doc-: -who turned out lo Hackett Park!  tor and patient that is so neces- _in Sechelt to start the wa& to  sary for adequate medical ad��=^ the Municipal Grounds in Gib!  vice   because   no   longer, does-   sons IS miles awav }  one know which, of Dr Swan's ^ There we're onlv'seven of'the  group is going to attend a .call. -st2rters drop out with; S3 -"En..  ."TS College of Physicians tishing the journey in som-e  and Surgeons suggested _the-7 ��rv- good times.r Guitars and  Con"imittee-make the best "ar- Hkeleles and Transistor Radios  _rangement; possible with "'the ^ were, the only excess baggage  medical group in SechelL Gth- . carried along and a good lime  fit.  Most- people wili agree, I  think, that, some of these programs have outlived their usefulness. They can: be done a-  way with- Sound administration also suggests - that the  spending and tax gathering" together in this way-will make  for mare -respansble government- -Those ��t_o have to ask  peop!e_for fimds wlLL undoubt--  edly -speed .them more wisely.  To the extent that future Federal '-. Provincial - Conferences  help to clear up these, responsibilities���to the extent that they  put. the taxing powers" is the  hands of those levels c_L government responsible for their  expenditure���they will un<"asbt-  {��� iVCcCOLtOCH ,   .  i - "r" "i    y.   -  CQ**APLETE Stob^  OFJ ALL_MOD^LS  REPAIRS   I  ���  ���  ���  ���  a  I  CHAINiSAW  | CB4TRE  -WilsoiTtCreclc  . |   88S-2228    -  L**  r ��� .*  ��� .���  ;-  ��� i  ' *  ���  -���'-  .. t .  !  \r ��� *  -  1       1  r *  -  ������  ..-,  ,  * ���' -.'  ���.  * ".. ���  -��� '*  -  ���.' '":  l"        -  .  -  . ;,  - -   - ���  -    '  ������ X  ���  -  i        ;  E   ��� "  -  :-���'  -  -  r ��� ���"  .  ��� L  -  -  .  -���  ,  .* *:���  . ���  -i."-  ���  -  - ���  (  -.  1  ��.���  <  1  i-  <  '  1  i  ^BWMWMMwwi^awwwwiiiM<MMW��<MW)iiWMMwywiw*iwa^ww*a��wa#<*aaa�� a ***% A*,  erwise, it Tinight be without  msdical services. It was pointed ."out it is difficult to pur-  suade a young doctor to locate,,  in. the~area when much better  opportunltiis exist m larger  centers In this province. , X'  . Final letter in the file is  dated Jab. IS. 1964 from Drs.  Swan and Burtnick to thz Com- r "--  *"f  mittee   advising  them   of  Dr.    Dr. Morris leaving "and another  Morris* resignation and stating   -doctor, arriving-as  seejnslik--  "one cf the major reasons for-   ely. we will provide  coverage^  was^had by alL   =. I  Certificates were awarded toy  the fmishers and Hot Dogs: and  :pep were donated by the Cib-  "sons Rec. Comm. "ihe Walka-  thbn was well appreciated and  a tentative tnke Is being  planned for the future. ..    '���:    %  ! his resiganticn has been the  hostility of your Committee to  the doctors presently residing  in the area. Shortly after Dr.  Morris, arrived he was informed -by members of yotiY  group that h* would be socially  and medically boycotted if he  continued Ills association with  thi Medical "clinic."  They suggested  the Commit-  tes inake a" sufficiently attrac-  and part tlms office service at  Madeira Park: One cf the ;do<>  tors in the Sechelt"area will be  avilable for urgent, calls at any  cthzr time." ; ! * J  Th:? Committee' repl^3d; to  this stating there has beea no  hostility towards Dr. Morris or  anj* ether doctors in this area  en ih2 part cf this Committee;  nar has there beer? any talk <k  bovcott. either social or med-  tive Offer ta encourage a doctor ical. The letter was signed by  to takc'up an independent pri- Mrs.   K.   E.   Jermias.   A.-  A-  ctice   in   the    area.   "Shoufcf Lloyd.   E.   Smith   and   E-   B.  there 1 be--an- interval, between Clarke. - -     - -7   f  THERE IS STILL A WONDERFUL  SELECfjON OF SPRING FASHIONS  I       \ at       K   ';  *; *  Helens Fashion Shom  Gibsons  CLOSING OUT  815-9941  --. i f"  c       -'  *.. .'  !b-  Jb  A  '. *  r  Ji  ���Mii',i_p|<r~wwnn-r^wi*<ri��^w>*w*iiiw^  1  1  i  M  te*  W_" 4* i*T    ������.  &t-*'.\i  *M��&^^ \l feiig  .  -  ir  ���u 8��  a**' i *-  I'--  *���*! 7  ?!       *  4  >  "*-l  }r  >!  ;  ;:  Page 10 The Sechelt Pcninsjulo Times, Wed. April 22, 1964  *��"*  *"        a. " _    I-   #**��*>*  ��� f  ft-.* -������  ���r i  **'^*9!Jl*'  ��A��  '* *- ;*  {"���a* "  Cuba mo:  her; ani- child  ,u*_ cnljy'l the most fu^idamentkl  7of htunan7eharaceristics. Tie  ��� womer bear and rear childre.ji,  'manage a household ^ndlaboiir  ;over fires. The -nen.jhiipt aid  Jfish, build houses and boas  .and arCi/casually fem!ployed n  the pniductingi-am exporting ��f  :a particular friuit. The childr4n  are quite simpfy c|:  hildren. Thi}}'    thousands  . frVm, the residjencjes that popji-  lajs suburbia.  Electaicily,   jplu fnbing,   ballrooms, jlinoleum-f oori; in brief  all thej cohvenEem :es jand luxi i-  ries  that  permeate  this  cou i-  iry  ar$ unayaOaile  to  then.  Yet, despite tli ese , ap;?atfenfcd >-,  {privations, the y �� our sh.isod' l-  jly and  matfeii ally,, ".'.loading!.42 n  ^existence that some  adventur-  i.ous   folks   mi^ht   evttn   envy,  swell, possibly for asliort .tim  If Mr. Weicter is consult*: d  sfor the -definition of the i:er n  "Cuna," He will assert in hs  fSilent *hut5 aulborative corre :t  ^silent airthorati i?e manner,  "Credit Uhioiji National A  ^sociation5'.' Such mayt be entir >  it is ript entire  ily correct but  ;cpmpjete.  Alor  coast) of Panama  adng.the fringis  <I>ajaen cProvinpe,  J3Jlas  Island*.  frreilnorth-eal*t  snuggled  ot th'e isolaidd  .a.rej the.-S-n  iTh'ise'; j palm-cap-.  love   th  swim,   play" in -boats  and- pretend with toys aid  - dolls. But the atr lOsphere sii *���  rounduigl their tli ves- {is near y  beyond the dr -an s of a chil I  The homes of theSe peop e  , are in no way similajr to ev�� n  "-.the mostru^y^iaim ;housts . Bla4 .fremj J^mtutxa^sn^X^um  apd__^miiSiagij5ab[ly j dfvorcejd  the,ntarby jungles are tied by  vines into frames about fifteen  feet vide, thirty feet long ajid  fifteei: feet high. The high pitched roof, elaborately supported by triangular stresses, lis  thickly     cohered     by     palm  each, section being se-  Tyqy<1 feohire by Ray Grigg  IS A photographic aijdj lite rary portrait of a par-   frondsj  cular. people, jit may he! said th4tjthey are unique,   cured to the" framework in j a  ffor ifelatiye .toour- Canadian^standards', |>both their liveis-   ?*"**"=dar manner in order fi.to  and li'.ir persons.|are startKnglj different. "^ -*�����*��������������������' *��������������������� w��t���  . !!The>{ .jbear in  <omi��on wi^h   -H ���!'������ : I1.1-"1'' -,:��� "-���  the Cuna*H!ndians.  Ti|e Archipelago of San Bias  is  isolated!  regions of  dred mile-i  gle.   Comnejncin  Poirit  Sail'-"  Bias, the coral islands strejtch along; the tropical  coast'-for I many  miles housing  'fesni   the  civilized  jPimama bjr one hun-  ojf impenetrable jun-  just  beyond  cf 7 Indians and providing mdst Of their sustenance  and econc my. Nearly all of the  flat and sandy islands are cov-  ercc wit] i (cultivated coconut  plantation'-, jths produce bang  sold or tr ided to Smalt trading  vessjelstfiat I venture t<^tbe San  most j efficiently shed waterj  are; jasliioned from branchfs  and) Slicks again lashed togtfh-  ^r by vines. !:T5ie vertical pffsi-  Uodin:, of these pieces leaye  long )pen silts* that -are.oiren  covferrd with palm frond more  for tie function of eliminating  draug it than keeping the dwelling] warm. .'���_{  The side walls posses "io  .widjows. oi* openings but ea!ch  end! < if the ^builting beasts I a  low entrance: with .-a-, high, stift  that requites-."one to both step  and! stoop ysimiltanpously in  ordjer to gain access, i i .-  Iijisiie it is dark. The .fj|or  is eaith, trampled.ha'rd by the  pounamg of pare xeet. A randomly placed'ring of stencs or  a jsbght depression marks the  location of ihe cooking fire  whoSe s'moie onust filter  througli tiie Iroof or eaves to  escape. Balanced atop the  Stones or judiciously' placed  Upon the burning wood is generally a iarg a iron pot cohtai-  nlrjg a .fish :;tew or soup, the  ebmpenents of which are usually an entire fish, bananas or  plantans,- coconut milk, yuca  roots and rice. With equal  fij-ehuency ons sees whole fish  supported or stick platforms  being smoked over the open  fijrcj . Household utensils are  nearby: a lerg handled wooden  sadel fashioned out^pf mahogany or black pa,lm;ba wooden  boater whipli must be rolled in  the handsin order to make it  perform; se-eral small bowls  hollowed out of hardwood as  wall as others madrjfrom coconut or caiapash [shells.  ,ISfo beds or i  bia jAifd tha I Caribbean^, calmed  by the ar:h of islands and tint-.  ed to marly ev6ry possible  pastsi :co oujr, yields an. abun-  "dan_:e  of  nfecessary  sea  food.  Tie,-majority of the tiny island % an iminhabited except  during tinies-Tof tr^ cultivation  ,:andJdufin��*t!he gathering of the  coccauts.' Sometimes a fisher-  liian or*an loccasional traveler  pau* es in transit on one of the  islets but the masses of Indians  ane cone entitated -in ��� villages  that overi3o\Vv with !stilted houses and pi itfjorms the shores' of  theii-. terr i firma. Places such  as Mutuju,| iUstupu, Mamitu-  pu, MamimUlti and Mansukum  are coneent-fajions of even narrow walkLvjjys. Winding paths  cjf pulveriz^dl .shell or* sand,  fpot-paddeo to a concrete hardness, forjeei |heir way aniong!  the shelteiraj  mats decorate the  Limited  OR  A Compfete Service * Five Seaplanes Wo Skrve You  :���     INCLUDING THE BIG HUSKY, CAPABLE OF  CARRYING SEVEN PASSENGERS  ^ jt 1700 LBl OF CARGO  A T^iaF��H^NE CALL TO OUR SEdHELT 0FT?l<iE  modern  radio equipped   aircraft jto y\ou  single ,I.atge rooin, Only, hammocks thit-arc iiung^ befweeii  the supporting beams,;attest to.  the slcieping accommodations'..  Other miscellaneous items fill  the hut,' complementing this'  .primitive domesticity, Stools  hewn" from large^ blocks of  wood : vaguely resemble a  plump turtle or some -jungle  animal. A crude but remarkably efficient weaving device  may decorate the wall if is  husked'coconuts, fish traps and  spears.,,and lines; these things  are the -components of the  Cuna household.  ��� Herein the Uiatched houses,  on thc' islands, along the jungle coast, .within the, breaders  that protest tbunderingly ion  the outer reefs, the Cunaj lives;  Their cayukas ply witters that  seem to riyal the air for charity . and! the rainbow for color;  They - even venture onto the  ! ppen ska, sail .wnfittently near  ' breakers and through y^swejls  that lift them breath-taking to  heights and then plungej thfenv  deeply into'acqualic crevasses,  viUp .the tropical rivers they  paddle |in quest of jungle foods  and fnfsh water.'Their domain  seems bounded only by the  distanc. a hunting party can  travel ,in several weeks of wan**  dering and by the range of a .  dugout c^anoe equipped with  Strang .paddles and a!n amazingly Efficient' gaff sail >fashf  ymed tfrom floiir sacks and  "tags..  To the San Bias visitori. the  character difference .between -  the male and female Cuna is  cjuitc startling. It is misl'eadf-  irtg to I suggest that the male  rnembe'r of the tribe are not  hoth interesting! i and colorful!,  'but sijichi attributes are re-  lative 'and while*! id proximity  ,to tliair mates they acqiiire a ,  quality, that, by. comparison, is  .best identified as casual. The  femalei is,the extremist. She is  ^arrogeiit, vain, confident, in-  dependjent, assertive, persis-  ,ent and admirable. She possesses an individuality tfiat is  fostered in childhood, cultivated youth and matured in adulthood. jHer costume is unique,  Jier adornment not inspired .by  Revelop and her nature not  sanctioned  by  Dale' Carnagie.  Th?' personality of the male  ahd femate- Cuna is sharply  differeitiated in childhood.  Dark-skinned boys, generally .  naked with the exception of a  string of heads or shells about  their necks, are frequently  seen playing in cayukas. er, as  often, Iseen fishing from th^se  dug-ouis. They behave with an  iriformiality whether at leisure  qr engaged in some chore. The  girls manifest ar difference in  character even jat this early  age. They conduct themselves  less ��Jsu|lly. in a manner that  reflect; |esponsibi!ity, definition of go|l and personal reservation. Their activities suggest  a busyness as well as a busi-  nessness. I And !! unlike jtheir  counterparts, they dress ela.-  borately  and   are  never  seen  " ��� "H"ee  page dl  wilt bring  a  at  .  ^o Modei:4  once.  *   Go Tybe  IjN THE LOBb| OF SEGHELT^US D_POT   P  ^WF-.,.���..��� s*i .j. .. ��� ,i if.1.'1 i <v��i����'#-yxy*m��w.v �����?,���> u*-''L. '.��'��� J^iT- e Fact Is . . .
The Sechelt Penthsu.aTime<,\"/ed.^Ap..122^19*54 Page J1
-By Roy Nestman
WiHJLE OUT PUB crawling last week, was amused to
find thatihe only difference-between the Pubs on
the lower end of the Peninsula* and the, upper Zend is. the
fact -that, down here they7 talk ahout all! * the"- logs* they
manage, to fall and: haul during-,week, -in the Rubs on
thfe other end tliey talk-about 77 .-. !; .> 7 r. '■ '—.	
the • number ->cf - booms - they
hajve towed this week .-and--; the"
horsepower of the various- tugs.
Ij iwondsr   what  they = talk-about  when  they  are  working,    now practising .for - their, base-
asked,: **Iifcee;; Speefaee?",
17 see .the boys  afe7all out
could it be tha amount-of beer:
they-have drank-"over thc week
crdor could it be a list of all
their accomplishments as men
cf the 'world?
*   *   *
jWas at a: meeting-the other
night and was most amused
at! the *• man -sitting next to me.
Illappears*he mistook.me for a
police officer and ' I found* it.
was great.fun playing with him.
Scjme of the questions I * was
asked were enough. to keep!
»meout^ of- any 'police forces
Ri.ally.^fellow officers you.have
my sympathy.
ball - season, which .- Is" y just a-
round the corner. Hats. off . to
the .men7. who. take the time
to* -coach'J ami manage these
boys.^ A'great amount of work
gees - irito^ trainings these boys
and anyona who - will"., give of
their, .time-"the- way these men
do-deserves;a jnedaL
- Now -.let's. sze'r some.- parents
out. to" support-, these games",
the parential- attitude up to
this -point" has been -absolutely -
shamafuL. IO these, men. can
spend, all t. their time -.. looking
after the .- boys,, the least, the
parents, could, do is.get out. and-
lave you- a friend-iike^ ths?-:  HACKETTi PARK
jt me tell **you about my
friesdTOtiscOtis.is the.kind of
guy,- who*;. to him * every* conversation _ is _a. duel to .the death
and *: Otis >ha^--go&-io win.- Ask
Oils Uhat time, if is  and you
I^see^ where, one of :our VII-7
lager Fathers - along 7 with his
wifaxwas over at Hackett-Pafk
the oth2r day. Hs was com-
ptainmg-alMut the shape the
field was in.'"What with a few
wpi notrfcary-'Tget the time hot.: boards* broken.and sem'e.of the
backstop-ripped,  he  was giving one of the coaches the^- going over, about how  the  kids
wreck, things and how much it
costs r the pillage- to keep the
parkiin shapes-He said it costs
$S3_ a. ysar :to ,keep it up.  If
that  doesn't  taka  the| cake   I
.dist't-■ kaow what would. . The
park was donated to the village -
in the first place and the clcarv
ing v was  dose   by  community'
mindsd people from ether communities   othsr   than   Sechelt:
It's   just.. too   dam   bad   that
he information that the Bureau of Standards calls; him every .day air noon to check-their
tims signals in Washington. be-_
cause Qtis* watch is the- most
accurate ever made.      7
- Whrit yourhavea Cold; he has
influsnza. If you have; influ-
erza .Otis has pneumonia.- Is-
ytur -boss; a nice guj4?" Otis' is
a saint. IL.you* have.- a: friend-,
like this, drop him, because
ycu- caa*never win.i
Don'tforget,- if you- have- they should have to spend SSO,
any old eye_-glasscs arcund your a year to kaep - it up. Thsy
house r theref -is.-- someone >■ who 7 have S50,CC0, .worth - of choice
can use-; them as*F if-they aret property, and - |£ey should kick
of no furthar use tp you;* they    about spending-590. a year. It's-
fnlight as well hi pet- to same:
good; use. Contact any Lions
irlember and they.--will.be glad
to pick them up and see that
they are - sent to, those, who.
ciuld use them.' In . Gibsons
contact John Haney or Jock
PJaUia, aid. b-7Sachelt contact
any of the Lions members.
."-*■   *-. *_
'.Fishing* seems, to  be  pretty
gjod ,thcse**days. Reports from
the Pehder.Harbour area_-showi
thatthere are many-fish com-
itig in,.both-fresh and salt wa-.-!
ter.   Ole's   Gove   reports   that
tjjiere seems to be'a new n&.
<?f Blue backs in and ground the-
Cove  with  quite   a  few   being:
cjaught these-past two weeks.
Smitty's  in  Gibsons  report fishing  is   very '- poorr and  they -.
seem .-to feel that it_is due to
tne -sunken-oil barge which, is
sjill {leaving ^ deposits* oL oiL.a*t.
round  the {territory.  Bill  May
in Porpoise Bay reports a.hea- -
%[y  run  of ;Bliiebacls  inr Porr
poise-Bay and also ai few; big
springs averaging 20y toi25?lbs7
sio get out there and rget-yours.,.
{stone's Boat Rentalst-ittrSeeret
Cove reports a few Bltiebacks
being caught in thatr area,1 averaging from three to four lbs.
Did you hear-the one about-
^he Cliinese; dignitary who was-
Ihvited to a banquet in.. the-UiH.
^ted Slates? Well it seems the
American who was seated be-
sida him was taking grearpains-
to  be ^agreeablev to' the Cbin-.
:ese gentleman. After, the first
jcourse,   he; smiled" and- said.
pLikee  Fishee?" -The : Oriental
4nadc no reply, bat * responded
with a friendly smile. After the
next course, he asked, "Likee
Soupee?^'   Again   the   Chinese
beamed genially- La'ter in.the
jeyening the (JWa252 mse - and.
delivered a' speech" in "flawless
'English. Returning toy his seat,
he smiled-at his neighbour and
, high time we replaced seme of
the oldtimers -with someone a
little less ridgity.
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Many a husband ccmes home
after .'.work with fond hspa that
the  kitchen  stove  will  be-as
" !warm as the TV seL
Selma Pctrk\
social notes
MISS A. DeLange is occupying
the summer heme-cf 3Iary
Coaper: in * Sebna. Park,  while
she! - is - supervising   the   con^
structica cf her own home on
the seaiiront at Missicn_ Point.
Mr„ and 7 Mrs.   Edric   Clayton;* West Sechelt, bad a "-film
showing of itheir* trip   abroad.
for*the pleasure of a group of
•friends,   among   those   present
were Mrs. F. French,-Sechelt;
Mrs.- M.   Slater,   Davis   Bay;
- and from Selma Park Mrs. W.
D. Gilbert arid Mr. and Mrs.
F. Yates. Mr. and Mrs; Roger
Green ^of Vancouver were also
there. They!will be remember-
_ed7as the former owners of the „
Wilson  Creek Garage.
: Mrs. A. A- French was hon-
oree of a smprise "birthday din-
~mr party, given by-her friends
Mesdimes G. McMillan. M.
Scott. S.  Rhodes.  G.  Armour,
E. Smith and Pearl Mackenzie.
Mrs.    Mary    Marcrcft    and
Mrs-. F. French were jointly
honored by "a birthday party-
given^by Mesdames Jack Xel-
.scni:F. Walker, T. Ivan Smith.
Louis Hansen, Helen Johnston,
Oli^e Porte and Ruby Breeze.
Mr. Bert Maceyy retired owner of Macey's Sales Ltd. has
taken up residence at Welcome-
Beach. He Is the only" Canadian
Member of the WOFC (World
Organization of Food Chains).
He has just left ■■vith his wife
for a  two week convention to
-be held iniCoranada.  California.'
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Work bee
SECHELT Kinsmen refinish fiirniuire for White  Elephant .Sale. I ' X ~      X
I Gibsons plan
j big ^celebration
SECHELT Knsmeg held aj
worfc-bee in-the B_A^ buiid-1
Inig in Sechelt in preparationj
for their White Elephant Sale J
to be held in front of the. Hospi-f
ta£'Cottage in Sechelt oh Sat..|
May 9th at 2 pirn. j
Proceeds of this sale wilt go]
towards finishing a second up*
patient lounge in. the ne*.r SLl
Marys  HospitaL,   : . f
The Sechelt Kinsmen have!
donated "enough money to fur-f
nish one lounge already and*
hope they will have a -good
turnout to this sale which will
enable them" to furnish the sec-f
ond.       ;    r r
If anyone _wha has anv ft"hite*
Elephants in the attic or m
the shed that they would like!
to get rid of, please call Mr J
Morgan Thompson at 855-3330"
or Mr." Ralph Stephanson at
885-2192. I
The Bald
now protected j
THE BaLd Eagle, also knowtt
; as the American Eagle, and?
sometimes erroneously called
the Bald Headed Eagle is fast
declining, and in same ds&icts,
has been practically ehminat-f
ed." On this^ 'Peniiisula there
are quite a" number cf these
birdi, to bz scsa soaring the
blue. Whsi it r.mes within
range it is usually the terget
for every gio in sight. |
In British Columbia- however
it is now protected by Iawj
as- it perfarms more gcod thaii
harm. The adult eagle with its
conspicuous white head, neck
and tail Is too distinctive .to bi
mistaken . The iuvenile bird
wfacse head does ret beccm-s -
white until about four years*
can. easily be mistak«n for the
Golden Eagle, except tfaat.it
dees not show af white spot .ai.
base cf /the primaries "on the
.spread wing.. Their nest consists of large sticks usually in
tops  cf till  Iss^ated frees,    f
Very little Is known, how'r
ever, abaat their habits and
movements. Where do these eagles move off to and why? Is -
thzze a regular migration of
them cr da they just random- -
tf\ move-about?. i>n Ifaeir feeding; habits -vary* significantly
with the season' and placet
These are some ot the ques^-
tion^ wfaicfc remain  asanswec-
"«*-* -.-; ! -
Any person wiio is intzrestsd
in these birds is asked ta send.
in their observations to Mr.
David Hancock. Dept. of Zoology. University of British Columbia.     -      -      _ j7
The Casatfcm bird is the
Northern BaH Eagle, distmf-
uisfasd frem its scathem subspecies by slightly larger size.
This bird was cfacsen as the
symbol cf the'American Rs- -
public despite the doubts _ of
Benjamin Franklin, wiio preferred that th^ wild turkey'be
nominated for this position.   |
THE Gibson 1st of July
mittee«,faeid a meeting
nasday April IS :at the Kinsinec
Qabfasuse In Gibsons. Charlie
Mandei&au was eteeted pr^-
ds:t for anzther jear. They
plan ta have the biggest ever
cefefaratiKss with many and
varied events to ktep the folks
bus> for the full day.
. Amcag the. plans are a Sal-
mcMi- Derby which is always
well att2Eri3d and locked forward to by ail the avid fisher^
men in the area, as well as
tfce ^mateurs wao have an opportunity to win . themselves a
' The whole day cf Soap Bei
; racing. Hcrseihoe Pitching and
i bingo, will be started off by
the biggest parade Gibsons has
yet seen. There has been great
mterest -shown- bj* the businessmen-of the entire Peninsula ta
enter a fiaa* in the parade and
it is hoped that tfaeyrwill have
clcse^ta 50 eitrants this year.
Mark your calendar; for this
dale _acdjd3S*t forget it as it
is s*are "to te_3 *" Really Big
Dav"".       Ir''"
Viezws Foreign
from page  Id—-
publicl}-* Without aul«^st soma .
attire.    1-      ;. | ' \
Tbe famale-* receives|-tbt tden- -
tiOytng   } asi .   ta_Mdi»iizi*is '
ns»e ring and nest tfce {at do;
precise --cfercnslcgical hm- One
m ay - see fa; chad -of «#nijt -thjxe
dr four dsc®1'8"*- *o |hi mac-,
cer whiltf .others who |ire "much.
elder hziz not -jet received tbe
fhrery. itlch Use- sam-f * utf appli-
cabfe - to! - the costoni' of - hair
csming. Giris posses*!- igidipp-
-cd' Ureases that fall afxnt -their
-fhookiers; wiiiie   th-b women;
both ycoss-.ssd clA,-|ave their
, cosstaL 1 biaet -lacrinimm^d-..
shcrt' at Jear leveL- T%e. kigBs-...'
cancc af'tirs is cot cfrrfiin. but ~
since thei femaie.fkiisf.victim ta
six frere£scnies--<_urisg the coer>'
se cf her lift: birthjtribal in-'"
iUa___..|  puberty,-   pmsnaage,
<±ildbirtk and!deatb.|it is pos-.
sible thaL tint tri_&m<|i hair Ir- .
. dicaies puberty, cr m|rriage--It-
fciisws"tfcea..tfaal..the^nme ring.
and. line* -would .pra&ahl*." xadl-.
cate. "thei formal  completion ,-M
tpbai acceptasce. "
This *e   the   perial   tnat   is!
formed jand  .persii^   In   the*
Cssa  wamai of all aces. And.
«ithc-it disrespect ta the msle
segmsrztt of -the  culsire,  a-is:
this .character   that   :s   most"
striking.*By the tim* the* girls7.
have reached a maturity,, tfaey.
bear -an; arrogance 4^ !3 hau-"
hresk. that tens', mi^t  biitLallr
Cnd  auaaymg.  Tbeil  relaties-
ship witi. tSs5?-exie4or! toythe-
tribe- is each- terse aiii faasiECssS.
like   especially   vzheri zjegotiat-: -
in*-;a-tr£de:cr bartsf" -with the-
few ships'that comeltOithe b-
land-s. In this   atmo^bo-e' the>*
are r£it_U;te- & - pers.i|taatv And -
despite jthe , 'kfigua^g'   barrier
(they,p<is_e=-i their <i*.z* tocgue.
and. spaak   Uixle   S_*^r^*h   and
rarety   ;Engii*fa»    uftj- i  rntke-
tfceir^ c«ma&ds   unrftstakeably .
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for the! mtatth of December
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*_________!b e.4, .".- .        *v.  , .     �� ��   .*.  . -  ���  < . *���      . '  "...   Jj.'>1 M<��..i_  amir in> fa��i��      HHirijimi���mi  Poge 12 The Seel elt Peninsula Times  April1 IMS n  ��� ���  .* v  , �����*  ->  -.*���  r4 \  ^ v-  lxt  r.i <���*  \\x  >ib  _���  ta  , v  *>  \0mmmmmmm*mmmmmm<  : i ������        ..''!'      ��� '  alks  >n  UNSHINE   CCM ST  SERVICE  Body  Specialized  Repp  >arly; ef-  no dou-  for so  rriany car  en   'after  andt^Jlf control arie  feCts of aldihoi, whi<>h  bL-acttounts  acidsnts    e>  drinksk  !As khe  througjri the  come  Alcohol  To-some  is used  it is a  reality;  ani  ��� if  <f  holr The  1  ually become; i  alcohol   which  ,...-... damage   to  APRIL 19i25 is Youth Ternrierjehce education! week. This   Gastriris or  is"a gbod ti tie "to onjtliine tljre-effecfe and diggers of   is caused! by  alcohol and the reasons; for Us ^.age.  i]by *q>any jpeopll' r for differe rit j reas ons  tforrrijiof artificial courage jindT-an escajpe frorn  |to others if is a  means of re  pievingi boredom l und  to some  sgrouplj psychologists find, drinking] bringsy r<|c jgnitioii   and  prestige,: MJiny people drift!into alcoholism frenri social drinking-    ' b��-' 7  l       i 7  Alcohol    enters    the    blood  stream witbiis! twe minutes! of  imbiding and jthe first effects  occur in the1 cortex of jthe  brain. This slciws -eflexes, sin  ce the reaction time for nius  cular^ activity is' - ihcreased.  Less %t- judgement, will power  effepts  brain, th��  involved���and  vision, double visioii ind lack  cf ability to'ijudge distance oc  curs. As th  spreads    to  musclt    co-ordination  slower and  s' effect bf  the victim  irs  ESTIMATES  IrVIltSQN^CREElC  E 885-4466  "i  (' *  i* **  ***********-��-***** *}************, r*.  * the    cerebellum,  gatt  a;:  ��� Wecf.j April 22,1964���djzzy ^nd w  "^    staggering  y    cs  thick  and  muscles cf ttye'-'trjunge- aife  .-' vplved.  Alocholism  progressive  body to tpeij  body  the  few-  progress  eyes be-  blurred  alochol  becomes  Becomes  Is  s  I  a  ���  a  a  !  i  as is liver  degeneration  cle, hardening  and* cancer*  Asids  friim  health of the  holism is the  our  crime  not to mentiojn  ilies.  Rev.  D.  sidant of the  perance    For  states,  business  in jail. It "pitch  money, health  hoi is a  anaesthetic  "A   drink  - i  imsy,  wfth a cl  Speech b"��cojji  shirred  the  j---  ra  is  the  result-[of  a djus^ment  of  the  presence.of aloco-  dhomistry  act-  dependent upon  causes   major  | body   organs,  acrjtte   indigestibrj  tjhesuse of alcohbl,  Icidney damage,  .Jhe heart mos-  |>f the arteries  fthe esophogus.  damage 7 to7 the  iftdividual,  alCO-  r|ot of milch* "of  I accident rate,  ! neglected fain-  H. -Russel,  pre-  A^sociation Tem-  :4s    of   -Alberta  is   a   losing  you  land  jleads.to loss of  and home. Alco-  and has an  aid  'Drinking  Scraetimes  conscience, impairs judge  ment, bi-fraks dOwnTbihibitions,  opens the way : to* immoderation,! makfes it eaikier to take the  second drink, y j  "It's too rfekiy���one in nine  vt'ho takes the [first drink becomes an alcoholic and there's  no way to tell v\hich one it will  be.'         :.-���������''     "  "The moderats drinker shou-..  Id know alcohol is a factor in  20 jierirent of bmerican divorces, 23 percent of current insanity,. 37 percent of present  poverty,7 47 percent of child  misery, 29 percfimt of all crime  and 25 to 4u pekceht of;all fatal  car accidents^*- '��� '....  The beginnings of alcoholism  are rooted in ;  personality deV<  people, swhen I  ness,   personal  the individual's  iopment. Some  ced with busi-  orr family wor  ries,   fihd   reliuf   and   escape  through alcohol  net- feeliings of!  tension.. .But  this escape  can  only  be  temporary   since   the  narcotic  effect.  problem   which  the   emotional  or '.two  dulls   tiie  main. Slowly, over the years,  ahd -without   realizing:  it,   the  of ybur busirtesjs leaders  ��  1  i  !  1  *  a  5  J  >  a.  *  a  ��  ��  1  <�����*******************.************,  ***********���**'   ��  a  ��  ��  k  V      *  (  a  i  ��  a  a  as-  -���*���  a  a  a  a  a  a  a  a  a  a  4  a  ��,  a  a  a  a  ��!'  a  a  .��������  a  a  a  a.  a  a  a  a  a  ��� a--  a .  ,��������  a  I  A  \  a  t  a  a  a  a  a  1  a  a  s  a  a  a  a  a  a  a  . a  �����������  1  a  J  !  '*K .  a  a  a  !  a  a  a  a  a  J  I!  !!  a i  I!  !:.  ,'  a  a  from -their in-  discomfort and  gave   rise   to  discomfort   re-  person becomes ; more and  more dependent on alcohol to  relitve the tensions: within him.  But drink onlf adds tp his problems; -':  The .personality patterns- for  alcoholism are laid in childhood. When a cliild does not  learn to face reality or make  decision!*, in adulthood he uses  a.cfthel as a crutch to keep up  hisycourage or minimize his  problem^. So it is important ih  childhood to establish habits  of industry, courajge and self  reliance. /  The habits you forni in/youth, Imy lad,    . /'  Will grow with your, growth  till at last,: /  Whether good Or Ml, they  form a chain /  That will hold! you fast.  For' habits arte 'ibiit growth,  my! lad, X '  A little bit day toy day:  A 'thought, a y.ord, a deed,  and: lo, / \  A habit has come to stay.  I  USE     TIMES     CLASSIFIED  FOR QT^tCK SESULTS  -mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm <  mmmmmmmmmmtimmmmA  <mmmmmmmm>mmmmmmw3  Sechelt,  "Specia  REDIKULUS  WELL LH ME TELL YOU  A lot of people would think {.curie had gone (Plump Crazy for  advertising af this time of yeoi, but let me tell, you, the hard  winter is over and your furnaciss have had a: busy season this  year, now. is the 'time to. have them ehctked <*nd serviced so  that they are all keen and reedy to go for the; next .season. Ahd  don't forget we do lots of Marine Sheet Metal! "-York Also. Boat  Tanks, GalvanixedMetol Work and a host of Household Jobs.  Call us for on estimate on your installations be they home or  commercial.   .  X. - Ph. 885-9519  ist in foot care'*  ;n4iaii Isle  FRANCIS PJENINSUIIA if  PENDER HARBOUR  Everything for Ihe Boot Qwner  \  a  a  a  a  a  a  8  a  a  a  a  a..  a  a  a  a  a  s  Shell Marine  Prod.  St Pay!! To  Phone 883-2444  wmmmmmmm  Ms Space  Can  e Yours:  *���  OIL, HEATING &  SHEET MEIAL  wmmmm.mmmmmm i  NEW CHESTEHFIELD SUITES  USED EVERYTHING  dORUE irjl AND BROWSE  SECHELT  Phcnc 885-2058  IPfTEmOR Z& EXTERIOR  PAKV*IN.G  r'  8  a  a  1  a  a  a  a  I  a  a  i  a  a  a  a  I  "Afutttineof .  Marjorie Hamilton  ereatibns*'  Slock Marine Drive '  Phone 886-9941  Gibsons 886-99S1  ;  I--     - ^ .   ^  ���mimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmi  mmmmmmmmt~mmm  ��HMeafeg  Gibsons  das Fiirnaces  Metal  ' ������'-,\-  Phone 886-9961  ^mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmrtmmt  rnmmmmmmmm**m-**M*0-rmi**/Bmmm*-M**mMfc  wmmmmmmmm'  iveriize  i  -a  !  Helen's  wmmmmmmmm  iNpUU  I0T0R >fe0DU(TS  (1957) LTD.  IPLETE LINE  GENERAL IMOTORS  CARS AND TifUCHS  AUTOMOTIVE P^RTS  BODY SHOP ,  SPECI/LLIZED  REPAIRS  Adjacent  Scchelr, B.C  '**s��- &&-*& ���^*a*-��,tff-**-^e*Wto-3^- ���"  to]Your New Hospital  , Phone 885-7.111  -b: V  f���   rtj>i ^ ti^h  s^r*r  ���"v..  Siii.v��*  m**


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