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Array K  td  th =>  ��H  U*  S3 >  ���J <  *-t  b. JS  O +��  cs et  s�� "*-  Aitthcrired ci -secend c'ess  sell   by " the ] Pest. 0**<s  Departtnefff, Ottewfc.     =  j Vdutne I, N��   33  Serving thc Sunshine Coast. (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon, Hcpkirts Lcnding^Grcntham's Lending, Gibsons, Roberts Cre^c,  Wilson Creek/Selroo Pork, Sechelt, Halfmoon Boy/Secret Ccve, Pender Harbour, Medeira PctkJJ'Kleindale, Irvine's Landing, Ecrf Cove, Egmom.^  WfONESOAT,  SEPT. 9,  1 ?64 - ��0G  Not iorgotten . . .-." X  se cd  Q'Ss  ��� M  m  04 ��  CS  o  o  <  esiiaiit on  imps  DECISION BY council tb appoint Mr. RToy Boldersqn to  take care of various clean-up jobs' in the district has  ���_ already proved a wise'one and councillors have exp res--  sed satisfaction with'his work.     .  At   last   meeting .of  council,"  Councillor Parfeer told members  ^t was necessary for Mr. "Bold-  to nave "been abandoned. In ex-.  pressing    bis    disapproval   be  -  erson to purchase certain items    asked council f*do we have to 't  of equipment ..which would" be  of. no use for other than municipal duties. Before acquiring  the machinery'. Mr. Bolderscn  had requested he be put on .a  set salary for a given period  of time; This would guarantee  his payments on the additional  equipment.   ,  Councillor Burnel Gordon suggested it might be a.good idea  for - council to buy it's ow;n  equipment: a proposal quickly  quashed by Mr. Parker who  asked, "who will, operate it,  service and park it?" To which  Councillor Gordon replied: "I  see what you mean."  Following a recommendation  by   Councillor   Swain,   it   was  wait lor new council In -order  to obtain the ���agreement of  everyone." "He added, "Why  should we /'have to wait for  * someone to retire* before we  can go ahead." .       . "7 \  ; ^Ctork, Ted Raynor, told Sir.  Parker he had been instructed-  to hold off the proposals but  still had them on file.     "7  Chairman, Mrs, A. Johnston  assured Councillor Parker there  was nothing stopping prepara-'  tion of the -necessary J Tjyiaw  -from going ahead if council so  wished,  It was finally agreed to proceed  with  the -proposals.  PARALLEL  PARKING  i Sao Die$o Visitor      \  AS UNUSUAL looking craft berthed at Gibsons last s^*eefe  { the  Pandora,  raised  considerable interest among  bobting- enthusiasts. The 46' vessel Is a converted n&vffi-  mptor launch kad provides the owners, Sir. and Mrs, Ho-  A Secheit resident advertised .ward Braden with a pleasant mobile heme cappbfe c���  a home tor rent in The Times.;   long distance cruising. The Bradens were! up visiting relatives, Mr. and Mrs. "Harrv WMtesIde of "Gibsons.-''     I  Peninsula Times  advertising pays  DOES advertising pay? It cer-.  tainly does.  .������ ���.,..,.     _ .. . Congestion has resulted along  ^^'^L^J ^^A^-Inlet^Avenue   since   the   new  medical clinic opened its doors_  and Corporal Nelson of the  RCMP S e c be It detachment  recommended the erection of  two parallel parking signs in  the vicinity of the building.  Council agreed, to the recommendations. -���--".  asked  to  attend next  meeting  of council to discuss the situa-  . tion.-  STREET NAMES  "  .Confusion in   the   past over  street names resulted In Coun- -  cillor  Parker  being  given the  task of making a survey of village streets with a view to naming and name changing where  necessary.  Subsequent proposals  by the  ROAD IMPROVEMENTS  Tender for various road re-.  pairs"  and" coatings    to    Ahe~  amount of $3306-_-by Scott and-  counciHsr. although  not  appro-��� Adamsoh was accepted and it  ved   unanimously^   did / recifeve    is hoped work, will commence  majority approval but appeared   shortly.  Successlul sports . . .- :%a  Gibsons Firemen plan  bigger ^how next year  FINE weather greatly assisted toward the oustanding  success of-the Gibsons Firemen Water Sports, held  August 30 and already the Firemen are preparing plans  for an even more elaborate event next year.  Commencing at 1 p.m., a full slate of competions  kept both organizers and competitors fully occupied during the remainder of the program./" |  One bf the highlights of tbe '    ~      ; "    :   I  "oat.   Jnth  ,   (Sordon.  - show was tbe log rolling contest whicb resiiltcd fit. a number of rollers hi the water more  often than ouL Tbe event being  won by Buddy Jones with Jim  Boyd Isccond, followed by Ron  Walsh, and Gill Yacklowicb.  SALMON  DERBY    V  Winner in the salmon derbr  was Steve Holland with a 10 lb.  5 'foi. fish.-Second Al Boyes  with a nice 10-pdunder. First  hidden prize was won by Geo.  Sullivan with 7 lbs. 6 ozs. and  JLxirne Buchanan ami Bud Fish-  to   the   municipal   Coat.  Dave   Harris -second,  Latham third and Bonnie Thorburn, forth.    7  Other swimming aed diving  event results were:  Girls, 6-9. Shirley Hoehne;  Boys, 10-11, Ian Gravlin, Gordon Latham. Kim Inglis^ Girls,  10-11," Marcia McHeffeyTboys,  12-14, Joey Gibson, David Harris with Allan WBson and Brian  Tuck tieing for third; girls.  12-14, Anne /Latham, Karen  Gibb and Barbara Buraam.  Diving���Boys, - Allan   Wilson.  Result! Thirty-five calls incfari-*  ing two long distance calls and  aJetter from the interior.  Bill Nicholson opened up here  -as an electronic.-radio and TV'  serviceman. Less thin half an  hour after The Times hit the  streets" with his first ad, he was  in business and bis calls since  _ have kept him more than busy..  :*- Gibsons   residents J may jxw  phone their ad. briefs into the  Sunnycrest    Shopping.   Cestre,  Coin Dry Cleaning at SS&2231.  -   w- ~        -    *     j-  Swim classes end  with presentation  ANOTHER    successful.... season-  has ended for the swim classes   sponsored- hy   the. .Pender  .Harbor Recreation Commission  under the direction of-Ken Harford, ably assisted by Linda  Warnock.  Approximately 60 youngsters  took advantage of the classes  which wound up with a picnic  at Canoe Pass. Despite the cool  weather, children took part in  both -novelty   and    swimming  iraces.     -      -     ~ ~  A display of synchronized  swimming was given, by Dale  Cameron,. April Walker, -Tory  Cameron, Linda Warnock and  Barbara Cameron.  Miss Nancy Harford who_had  given so freely of her time to  instruct the girls was presented  with a cushion autographed by  the'giris. /,:���..  Mrs. Warnock; wishes to e��-  tend a speciaL vrord of thanks  to all those who donated time  and mosey to Tielp make" the  classes such a success.     -  ?  5200 and costs  .mpoire  put offences dedins]  FIRST CASE of impaired driving ia some -week* re-  I suited in. Frederic Robert Coriey/ age 37, pf Giijsaias  appearing before ^Magistrate Andrew Johnston, Situi*  -dav.  -        .-." ��� r���' T"'H"  Charge aro^ toltowinf an itj-  c��fc��t August 2S when Coriey  jras seen by police to fee driving* in an erratic maimer near  Gibsons. When stopped he was  fodnd tn be impaired.   ;  Fined Soa and costs of ST^O.  hefjvas allowed to keep his  licence after explaining  is certamiy ca let-up ia f Vii-  -cotiver. 'i. -"{-  jf  "Apart from the- drop u} minor, dririsg- fefracttons.'- there  has bees a drsp ic indictable offences of about SO per ceftt In  the past six Bsonths.-**  i  droing lice^e afier exjriaimng     T|��i-��rt   ^4 **����*��  ��'  to fthe magistrate he required    JJOuS   IaYOUX  gravel Jarea  it to drive to work.  Ms/first offence  This was  OFFENCES  DECLINE  Despite the steady increase  in f population and motor vehicles on the Peninsula, driving  offences have actually decreased and damage to motor vehicles throc^i driving isfrac-  tiobs has decreased by at  least 50 per ceirt, according to  Magistrate Johnston.        _ .  Mr. JaanstoG who. for three  dajjs of t5�� week, takes;up duties to Vancouver as judge.  told The Tlme^lasf week. "This  drop to^feffences appears to be  confined to the Peninsula, there  Trophy awards . . .  cr) tieing for second place with    j^*  Gibson  and John   Mason.  i.iL_.:J i   -.-:^u.  *r  ,  11.^     o n-,^        _-  .-     ���.     . *. -�����   identical weight of 4 lbs., 8 ozs.  LUCKY DRAWS  Prize   of  a   transistor   radio  w4nt to Ricky Stewart, holder-i  of jthe lucky-program number:  Sonny Boutin v of Roberts  Cijeeks also won a transistor radio, he was lucky in the raffle  asj was Norman Sergeant who  wda a fishing rod and Roy Pollock of Secbelt, a steam iron.  SWIMMING EVENTS  -Beautiful sunshine and an ex- -  , ceJJent vantage point by the  slope from the municipal floats,  drew a large crowd to watch  the swimming events. --/-������-- -  ; Normpn Blain came in first  in tbe swim from the HIE Dock/  Girls, Barbara Burnam, Nancr  McHeffey ami Elaine Latham.  Novelty   race "was   won   by  Marlene Fitzsimmons, Anne Latham second and Ellen McKenzie, third.  ROWBOAT  RACE  Winners in the rowboat race  from.HUTTtock to the municipal float were Norman Blain.  first, followed in second place  by-Allan Wilson with Dick" Scott  third,-trailed by Brian Knowles.  WATER SKI DISPLAY  VIewers_were treated to an  outstanding water; ski display  by Dr. Joiner aial bis son of  West" Vancouver, tbc_son proving that one ski was as good  as two  when used properly..  Kiwanis Barbecue holds  promise of great event  INTEREST IS gaining momentum as the day of the  Kiwanis giant Barbecue draws near, and although  a number of entertainments and events, are planned.  highlight of the event will be the excellent barbecued  meal.    ,  A large attendance of fuwa-  nis from outade points is expected and a team of horseshoe  pitchers   from   Vancouver   are  ISekets are available to everyone and should the *eattter  break, the program wiii be con-  tiimed- in the Camp Sunrise din-  to fdemons^ste- their   prowess : ing? feait  during'the  procedings. " i5je large concerts ~ barbecue  Trophys rather than cash pri- pit] co^tructed by the Gibsons  Jzes have been decided upon aad Kiwanis- as a project, mil be  /wUllgo to winners of events in- presented to . tbe "Salvation  /"eluding tbe salmon derby -and    Artfty as a  permanent feature  "horseshoe   pitching.   Secondary  [ prizes will alss be awarded.  j- For the youngsters, a number of races  wiU  be  ma,  to-  7 gather with other forms cf  amusement. -    ���  for]the"Sunme Camp, M cl^se  of proceedings.  Hie event will take pface at  the! Sal-s-ation Army. Camp Sunrise. Langdale; "Sunday, - September 12.  ONCE mare f the proMeif - ol  stray and 'ss<fiscip5��ed fdofl -  was brought, up before, council  at Secfaek. This time by Qzniti-  cillor Gordonj -who :comp-Iiis��4  of the -large cumber of--ci:us*  - pests which jwere iouhzti sf-  sidewalks aocf makicg �� gtmsi-  al nuisance cf themselves lj!  "There are a treme^is  number of ttasm * abcaif,**- Icojfr  plained ilr. Gordon. ~as4 tQt  some reason they seem to_ "(av#f  the gravel _area cus&ide-zzy o��-'  Cce-*" I    . '     _ :   j    ll  There was geaaral agreeteest  Uut-tSe problein required y mt  . isikc bat aMsaugfc 2 sitsfaef  cf interestm^: ideas were! pft  forward, cdqsc2- again .. ftiigd.  to * reach a dexssum as id tkf  best -say to ticMe.tbe st%iilm$t  Hospital] opening \\  plans under studyil  WORK on the Eirw tosptai if  gohig  ahead  sausfactsnllf  but ta target i has yet :beei set  - tor the openiaf d*te.    7  {    St  A spokesins: told The; Tj mis _  today.-"It  ts j Enjicipatcd  furg^  istangs    of    room*    still -au4*  ptace ' in    atont   tfcirtyf  Cayf  *���"e- ! -  z   I      ii  "PUstennj has beet, pots'?  pleted cs the7 main Coir on-  giaal fkjors are preseatlj bct%{  laid and in general, unoric if ft-  tog th&sd a wen as rnigas. t^i  expected.        j- .  - "Hardioppini of nxids and  parking area f is dae to r->3-  mence iljout Sept^rs be? 14 sr��i  sUwush ytaw (or the-' *K'*X;ji4  ceresnony sre; us&r.stsf j-, t��-  thmz -*ill be* settled a^S. s.  compicusn date-a ict.~  5  <  1  X  J (WUgA  1&GkW&l&&te*\Sf��i^  Page 2 The Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wed]  ~,0000000000000000****"r*****"*+*Ma*M"*"J'ir0"0"*"m"m'*  &X��bzVrVElWSVLArJutt&  1**00000000000000*********  Published Wednesdays by the |  i Secheit  PeninsultnTimes Ltd,, ct  Sechelt, B/Z.   , ;'  Cross Circulation, 1850 copies |  Classified Advertising Rates:   !  3-Line AdBriefs (15 words)  One Insertion 85,  HELP WANTED  driver. -Musj  B.C.  Threesinserfions   Extra lines (5 words)  Box Numbers,  1.7S   ?^c  25c extra  If poidibefore puWicafrion/a disf  count of 25c per AdBrief (s qlloW-  'ed.   Semi-Display,   Super-Display;"'  |ond Blue Chip Display 1.50 per  ���". .j.       inch. . ,1  '-. - .   . .-ill  I Legal Notices: j,  J 7c per count line <5 words) first  Insertion, 13c per count line sub  I  ��� sequent insertions.  YOUNG man  prentice air  > * ���   *.    ti. i_f_ -   1.    m .    \.**,.��   ���'-��-    j r'**..   .   .    ��*���   '    k    *   '.   Wii  1    *     1 ���  ^  *   ���**,. . j   i* .j"-  1      *���:_      J_-    . *�� ���    *���..,    -     **    ���*.������#  .   ���*    0 ft "j* u*  ,' Sept. 9, 1964    6OATS ond ENGINES  ^e^auissm*v  14' FIBERGLASS bottoni boat.  1981*4�� b.p~ Johnson. All A-l  shape. Ideal-ski j boat,  fjast -7-  ���Sa'fe.  Fully-equipped  including.  skiisbSeebrt Clan's Whstff. Ma- ;  deira.  Ph.  883-22)66.  fOR SALE  EXPERIENCED   freight   truck  t   know   Sechelt  area.  Apply ijtox  188, Sechelt,  3840-33  to train as ap-  engineer on Se-  \l ONLY 4* 6" bedstead.l !l only  4^��"^pring, $10. 1 on)ly IT'  |TV,    $49.05.    1    used  (Easy)   $15.   1   Annex  $20. 1 Zenith straight sej*- ma-  ^cftine   $584)7.   Paper's j  ware,  Sechelt,   B.C.  chelt Peninsula. Salary to be  discussed en -interview. Bos  8791/Sechelt  .enifcsula Tinies.  WORK WAITED  CRAWLER Dijssel Case. Load-  \X  er with ~ope|  / I  deadlines: Saturday 5 p.m.  "In the event of a typographical  error advertising goods or services  al krwrcng price, goods or services  ~ may not be add end the difference  - charged to the newspaper.. Ad^err  fifing is merely an offer to-sell,  ond  may  be  withdrawn  ot ony  time;j'  Advertising is accepted on thc con=^  dition that, in the],event of typ<j>;  Qj-epKicol error, thtjt pdrtion of Jhe  advertising space occupied by the  erroneous item, together with reas��   "  cpoble-allowance for signature, -writ  nof be charged for, but the balance  of the odvertisemerit will be paid   ��  for at the applicable rate<     ' I  ~   A composition charge is made for  '   advertising accepted and put into  I   production, but cancelled . before  -publication-. Change from original  7" copy wfien proof is submitted to  ���   -cusMHner is also chargeable at r-"-  hourly rate for the additional wo  required.   J  ,10c per copy, 50c per1 month (by  _- carrier); SSAOytgr year, in  | I  . ~'i = advanc^. /       | \  Card pf .Thanks, |-Engagement^,  deaths. Births, In AAemofiam, Com*  -4ng Events, Etc. PgHnsertion {up to  40 words) -$1.25* extra-words, 3c  each. 25c JDlscaunt if .paid before  - -i  | publication.  " '"  able on the Peninsula. A. Simpkins,   Box  22(0,   Secbelt,   B.C.  Phone 885-2132]  Box 435,  "885  Fjlease phone  CAI^VA$���Ground sheets] Dun-  nsge Bags, Tarpaulins Boat  Covers made tof or&i^. Wplt  -Kygrcn Sales, KHbsom?, B.C.*  Phone 686^03.   I I P83Z&I  Con}.  mm* ���  Times  (9832-40  washer  lueater,  Hard-  (9838-40  ator* tsotf avail-  301 GAS Caterpj��lar8 _ hy4rsjilfec> * .  - 1plade",""'^rtra*"set "of |tracks.  Phone   Sobiiks   lSeT\i<  "8S12. ] | $841-39  S844-41  FOB   LBTTlgRHEADS;  opes,    statemeoia,    '  Wfi LAND  SERVICE    .  Fields - Lov-ns - Gordens.  ���  ROY BCfLDEftSON  envel-  .   . -      |y<sce*  and all commercial pointing,  cutset $be Tinies office ut  ��5-9S54. tfn  LEGAL ^��TiCE5  ��r strrr  house  for  Pardly  bedrdom,     waterfrcm|  le^se,   West  Se-  furnished.  Phone  6339-39 ~  See J>an  YUkon 8-7245.  PERSONAL  SMALL office  !able shortly  ^    lily box 38lxSipcheit Times  ���I"  Sechelt  9530  evenings  only  9722-tfn  Form No. IS. (Seci��>4 ,*?>  LAND   ACT  Notice of Iste&Uen to Ajppiy to  -'**".  Pandiase Land 11-  WATER SURVEY  SERVICES  Complete Water System Service  L. C. EMERSON  Sechelt .885-9510  Insured Blasting  Frank E. Decker  OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block]  Gibsons  Every Wednesday  t&r-.appa'mtmeni  .���.���.886-2T<_6r'  In  Land   Beco^T ^tifet * OOSW'S l=W)WER SH0?  3    B.S.    FUElNISHED, home,  Pender Harbor. Gunboat Bay.  JnftasUmi pr  p&one  9315-33  of Vancouver an4 situat^iin the  vicihity of. HalfHTOoa Bay on  tbe Secbelt .Peninsula.  bFa*ke -notice that I, James  Hctoier of HaifwKxwi Bay, B.C.  occupation Custodian ofj School  intends U>. a$S*Jf fotf ppi^isswq^  to | ii'urcbase the. foHqwing described lands: [-,  -' i  Commeocfeg al^a ,post['plant-  . Phono Sechctt e35-9i569  PENINSULA  8UIIDING SUPPLY  "The House With A Heart"  '   E. J. Caldw6ll, Proprietor  .   pon97-Sec��H!lt,B.C.  HOT WATER HEATING  & COMPLETE PLUMBING  Ports and Hcpcirs fqflll '  wytpr pymps  RAY H5WMAN  PLUMBING  Ph����e 885-2116  Vow Beorty Agent   -  Thd Finest In  FLOWERS  For'All Occasions  in Secbelt avail-  S25 monthly.'Ai>-* ��d en East-botiad#y  ^ - *���***     **-*.^ ���. -f*. ^9*mmrc  WZW-V-  7b*7  ,  PLUMBING rcpaijrs ind instal-  l-TiaKqns. Agent for fijtihl powpr  "saws.- Tillicum Plumbing, Boic  316, ��� Sechelt. l^ioise 885-2055.    '-  j        __-. 8949-tfii  If HO NtEOS ���  school im  ^At^fSiwjrt  1638, <jroup One. N."W: jpistricL -  '982&-t��o   approidmalely 6V. cJ��iiiis"S of .  1 N.E.  corner of V, h\\- 163��;  thence E. approximately/^  chains; thepce S.-approtiUmate-  ly 10 chains; tbence. Vi\\ to 9. -  Boundary of road; tbeoce N.  W,-*Bd-W. ^bmg saidl jbound-  ary to (past boundary of D.h.  1G3S; thence- N. sksis saM  LOT "for salel Si,700r--Cteared boundary awrox. "8 c%ins to"  corner-view (tot at Davis B3_y.    point- .of   powm^cefoanjt , and  SMALL bungajtow. Oce^uj view,  .op highway. ���fftoee:"iyfest"Se-"'  chelt. E. McMynn Bealty,-^-  3166. flS42-^  Across .from   playgr��t��a3..  A  Simpkins, BojiJ 389) Sechelt, B  C,  Phoae 385J2132  Autos Stttwcus  ON THE SU  m  IINE  .  COAS  Cpsh In on ihe $ig' Foil and  Christmas    seliihg  Represent   A v 01 n |  neighbourhood,  .commissiens,-Bonds. For'information   writhe   -���  Alma  season.  in  your  Excelient  BOATS end  SS43-41  1,952 BUICK Convertible. Good  1 running coalition. New tires,  'custom radio. S300. Ron* Kusb-  ner, RR 1,) Madeira Park.  .9S29-3!)  containing Twenty <20) 1 acres,  more or less. 'N  *!_�� purpose {or whi^h  the  land is required is tlomesite.  JAMES HEL.MER  Dated September Zad, 1264 "  69!#-*ub., JSept. s!,16, 23,|30. '��  ENGINES  34 j FOOT Canfp Tender, 8 toot  six  beam,   *  foot draft, 110  GNG Paragor   reduction. Tow��  line, "fully   reconditioned.   Lots  ev" ' ' I    4713 Mansoa Ave,, Powell Ri  3JI2-3S    yfr, B.C. 6917-41  "S  farls Cove $ubdivis  12 (NEW SUBDIVISIONS  MfrtT LOTS  fop, ��� adjacent t\> Earts Cove  ferry terminal on tjhe 'Sunshine Coast  Also! - L^RGE ViEW LdTS ;i  Madeira Party Subdivision ��� overlooking  Pender  Harbour ancj (Gulf  on Ibailance  ��� llOff down ���  O. SLApEY  Phone 083-2233  Form No. U ^Section  LAND jACT  Lease Land  Highway.  Discol/nt for casrn -  ^CJm S/jvl-E BJj OWNER  ��� AAadeira Park,  or\ phone North Vancouver  985-4934  easy  terrns  B.C.  -?  In   Land   Recording   District  of Vancouver "and situate) in tbe  vicinity of  Middle Poinjt,  Sal  mon Inlet, Sechelt, B.C  1 - f  ���Take  notice  that  Victor   R.  Walters of Seehelt, B.C.L occupation lumberman intends to  apply for. a lease of -the fob  lowing  described) lands^    _  ���Commencing at a post planted 60 Chains East- of tlfe S.E.  corner of T.L. ��� 10946* on  W.M.;   thence! 330  Ft.  Ccwrio 5trset, SecfeeJt  > f&on* 805-4455   ��'     U_l   if   n,l      H   l    I .     "; '"    |l I'm  ;   TELEVISION  ,$A%��i % SIRYICE  RELIABLE'.PROMPT  RICHTER'S T.V.  .& RAOjO LTP.  ttchttt.-B.<;.*^.6Q9-97TT  CHAIN SAW CENTRe  Wilson Gt&ak  Dealers far P.M* Canodien, t&&  <_itfl��ch'and-flomellte Ctiatn Sawi"  Complete stock of all models  -   - Parts ondrepalr service. ~  Tclephone .885-2228  .  Ph&ie B&5-2Q&2  SIM ELECtRIC LTD.  * ifecfrico! Cofltrae^i;9  Appliances - Electric Hea"f  .     Phono 885-2Qi52  TREE FALLING  TOPPING OR REMOVING  LOWER LIM8S FOR VIEW.  Insured work from Pert Mcllea  ���- fo Pender Harbour        0  Phone 885-9946  A4AEVEN VOLEN  SWANSON BROS.  Septic Tenlfs ssd Draia Bo!d��  fis&hov Bad frost Ead  tettjer WOTk 1  forecBoa Ces��8nt Grarcl  f iQ cad Bead Gravd  Pfceac 835*9666 \'  Bm 172-SceIwtt         *"   *     ���  ' "' it  PRINTING  BUSINESS ��� PERSONAL  .   SOCIAL  RUBBER STAMPS  THS TIMES  Scows ��� Logs  SECHELT TOWING  & SALVAGE LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving  .  & Log Towing       ���  L. HIGGS  .  . Phone 885-4425  i-  ' * '   r  TINGLEYS  HI-HEAT  SALES ond SERVICE    ���  -   for all your heating    y  -   'requirements  4 Oil Co.'s Firiarice Plans  C. E. (Cal) Tingley  .   Box No. 417,Secheltb   .  885-9636 ��� 685-9332  STUCCOING-PLASTERiNG  GYPROC JOINT FILLING  CEMENT WORK  by i  N. SCHOENEWOLF  Phone 88&2B62  * �����   in  >��� ��� ������        i-1���������       1 mi 11   tmmmmtmmmm��mm^0  CABINETS  CUSTOM WOODWORK  HOMES  Guenther Borovs&y      j  R.R. No. 1 Gibsons    1  Phono 886-��@3d  _  7 - ���   CUNNINGHAM  AMBULANCE SERVICE  HALFMOtm&W  ���nmgcncyo^n0����m.r0cncy  calls.   Special   rates   tor   O.A.9,  Quolified p*rso��w��J  24KOtJRS__tVteE   '  - Phono 805-9927  FIRSPLACES ,  FUNT���R$  FOUNDATIONS     )  WALLS  * A. SIMPKINS-285-2132  SHERIDAN T.V.  Sales and Service       i  SADIO ��� APPUANCiS  Phone 885-9605  t' " *   ,   I, *      1     1  H. B. GORDON &  MENNETT LTD.  Real Estate and Insurant��  Phones:  Q83-2013, 686-2191  PLUMBING REPAIRS AND  INSTALLATIONS  ��� Agent far Stihl power saws.  TILUCUM PLUMBING  Box 316, SecbcO  PHONE 885-2955  "NICHOLSON'S T.V. &  RADIO SERVICE  Now supplying  The Sunshine Coast  witb a 24 hour Service.  Phone 885-9566  All work fully guaranteed.  thence 1320 Ft. East;  330 North to HjW.M.;  1320 Ft, West along H.ty.M. to  point of commencement and  containing 10 aCres, more or  less, for the purpose lof log  dump  and  booming  grounds.  VICTOR  RUSSELL  WALTERS  the H.  .South;  thence  thence  3SSSSBS^B@S___~S9B^BS3@S5_  jUMjftlfflmfflSBpS  BEER BOTTLES -BEER BOTTLES  stiT-.  25c doz. tmh for empty  mm io??Lis_  delivered to our yard, ot Wilson Creek. Will pickup 100 doz. lots ot 25c per doz.  Fellow the ��igns ot fields Rood  RUEBEN STROSHEJN  ��^3_S__��_____ &2{f  :4,T.-- C'.\*.-.-;.? fi'"^;rf- 7:.;.'*-v,.---:.J'.; ^V'*v-4r.'C*������'*����� ��� '   '������'  s-��� ��� ��.* J w~'.Vr v.   ' ���' b.*-'' ?'.      b _   b* '  ,.-*.' "  ���-'���- J- ---����� ��� ���    --[iii; ���...*-   -|,-"ir- i'.   -���-���-���-wm ��� ---   a~**. -���  ������  ���j,-. ���    ���*     -i      r.�� .     i..        i  i������i i.��n  :,:-:-r  iiiAwr^nJr"k-Hal||-H -mi���'"rrn  --.i  7/ie Missing Link  The Secheft Penirisolg Times, We<f.f Sepl 9, 1944 Page 3  ���by Vee Lobb  TODAY LIZ came in with a very despondent look. She  seemed to be disappointed about something. ''What's  up; Liz?" I asked, "You look as-though you've lost vour  ���bbest friend.".  ��� 'r~r-  ' "I tell you Ruthie, thus ncws-  ' paper game is a tough one.  ' Stan says in order to be a~r.ood  ���reporter you have to be fearless, and I've tried so hard.  Right now he's hot on the .trail  -of -a brutal murdered. ��� That  woman -who was strangled last  night, Stan is going to get the  .whole story. He says he's got  a fair idea where the criminal  .will be. and- he's going to find  .him if it's ihe last thing he  does. I wanted to go too, and  "' he told me it's no job for wbm-=  en, and to go sketch the monkeys in the zoo. I tell you  straight,-Ruthie, I'll get even  with; Stain."   7 -  -It  was   a . lovely  April day,  .and to take her mind off her  ; .trouble&; I said -brightly,"That's  _ba  great  idea,  Liz.   Well  take  our lunch-and enjoy ourselves  in the sunshuie;  He isn't half  good enough fo% you, anyway.*'  I *   Liz Jperked Ztifr at once.   "I  know, Ruthie, and for two pins  j I'd  give him  tip.   Besides,  he  ��wears hb**! never marry. But ,  '. he can be. so darn sweet/*  --���   "Fwas   not   very  long   before  we wereTstanding gazing at the  monkeys, large and small. Liz  got out  her sketch  book  and  threw a banana to a elite little  fellow, ��who examined  it thoroughly;  then   started   tebeat.  Completing    the    sketchy   Liz  looked around for. other .worlds  to conquer. Suddenly she froze  apd clutched my arm. ,.  "Look, Ruthie^ look. There's  a big one,outside,���-and he's in  the bushes: Isn't it wonderful  b-they must be training them  to do gardening. I knew the big  ones have been trained in other  "countries to fight in that gorilla -warfare���but jtbis is won-  derfuL. Look^-he's -even wearing  aJiaU'7  The creature who seemed to  be picking bugs off the bushes,  peered 7through the leaves at  us, and blinked. "Hold it,-^-hold  that expression,'* cried Liz ex-.  citedly, "I must sketch you.  Look,; Here/* she coaxed, and  tossed him- a banana, "Ruthie," 7  she muttered, madly sketching,  "I've found the Missing Link.  I'm sure of it>That creature is  almost human. They've been  searching for years, and I've  found ill" _  A police car with a loud speaker was slowing cruising by. It  blared*," Insane scientist suspected at large���-in park���Be  oh the lookout���He's violent . ..  Insane scientist'-' suspected . at  Iarge^-ih the park���Be on the  lookout���He's violent .  - The creature' disappeared for  a minute and emerged from, the  bushes on hand.* and knees. It  - ,was���a man. A. man with a  "week's growth of whiskers. He  had a hungry look in his eyes,  ai^d we backed away. "Ruthie;*  Liz whispered, ��� fit's him.. Fm  certain, I'll give_him the bananas, and you go." ���  .-. By this.time' the man- was in  front  of   her and   seemed   to  bhave jm thought in his mind  but bananas. He was still "on  his knees, gazing adonhgly ;at  liz and eating happily, when- I  dashed back with a policeman.  On/seeing the uniform he went  berserk and leaped up, making  for the bushes, but was soon under control .arid taken away.  "traffic  unusiiaMy busy  .EARLY   morning  ferry traffic  '"Ladies," said the policeman,,     'ff    Wsingly     faeavy  �������, ��a�� %***,**. t XtL^^.CZi Satorday   msrmcff  and   many  ifyou will never know how-lucky  you were to have those bananas with you. He escaped a  week ago from- the asylum. As  long as he thinks"Tie*s a monkey and eats - bananas, he's  harmless; but when he thinks  he's human he strangles women with a chain.**  - Tbe officer entered tbe bushes where, the man had been  and emerged with a chain  dangling from his band.'It had  been broken and cleverly wired  together. It had a dark brown  stain on it. -  ^.That night the newspaper carried the banner:  FEARLESS GIRL REPORTER  " AND  FRIEND  CAPTURE "  INSANE MURDERER IN CITY  PARK   -Jr X  Elizabeth Taylor, one of our  top reporters, while in the park  with her friend, Mrs. J. Bailey,  today, held the-attention of the  Chain Murderer, and conversed  f ���''..- : Ftoattng  resfrooms        -  OXE NEVER knows^what to expect next on our. busy  I waterways, as may be gatfaered~br this strange locking structure being towed from the Gibsons Wharf area.  Closer inspection "revealed it. to be a floating re_.rtxjm.  .Whether the boat owner believed" ia hating all facilities  available on a fishing trip was not clear to The Times  photographer. "     f  motorist*, ware unable to board  4hz 7:30 a.m. vessel from  Horseshoe Bay for thz Sun-  sbim Coast. --  Magistrate and Mrs. Merc  Fergussn cf Vancsave*- had  decided to get cut early Lj or-  -der--Jo avoid congestion of  weekend traffic as tftay set. out  to visit Magistrate and Mrs_  Andrew Johnston of Secfieit  Reaching Horseshoe Bay  three quarters of aa hour before the 7:33 ajn. ferry, they  * soon discovered they wece not  th3 cniy early birds, and by  the tim* ths time came to  board, so many cars were waiting that half s load was left,  behind.  The Ferguson* were anioog  the last ones aboard and succeeded in making Sech2lt as  planned where they were, entertained by Mr. and Mrs.  Johnston.  . -    .  R  News  Aries  WE RECENTLY listened to a very &*& sermot. de-  f livered by* Reverend J. R. Furgusson at St. Hilda's  Anglican Church. It was on the parable of the Got*!  Samaritan and we thought at the time ho* well this  ties in with Oddfellowrship. The young! lawver sevkxg  to justify himself asks. But w^hois my neighbor? \l'e  wpnder how we measure up as goal neighbors.  "Speaking of some of oar new      -|���*������ . "  with him, until her friend .was   able to summon aid ."When  asked-how she, felt while within  arm's reach of the -insane  criminal; "*he said, "Well.- it  was nothing^ really. You see. I  f PROMISE  KOTTGPLA*  WITH MATCHES  had a hunch he would be found  in   the.  park���and   after   alfc-  someone bad to batch him.'*   "-  Another of our reporters, Stan  TWinthrpp., spent this morning at  the scene of last night's crime  where Mrs. Jane Robinson was  strangled. The only clue he  could find was a broken link  from a quarter inch chain. This  link matches the chain picked  up in the park, where the insane' man was lurking. .Mr.  Winthrop has no doubt it was  the murder weapon,, and we  congratulate him on his astute-  cess. ; -..:  - I heard nothmg^from liz for  a few days, and^ was ohi the  point of calling her house, when  the front door bell rang. A telegraph messenger handed me a  wire. It readr  STAN AND I WERE MARRIED YESTERDAY STOP I  TOLD YOU I'D GET EVEN  STOPSTA.V SAYS TO TELL  YOU A CHAIN IS ONLY AS  STRONG AS ITS WEAKEST  LINK  LOVE. LIZ  Indian Band meet  over breakwater    .*-  SECHELT Indian Cotincil meet  ionight for furlhar discussion en the possibilities oi a -  breakwater. Mr. J. C. Letcher.  Indian supsrint��aidctrt will attend. andlf"isJbcl����v��-d will offer a number of proposals to  the Band  Mr. Clarenca Joe has stated  the Band is quite prepared to  surrender of Iasd dredging acd  use of rock for. the breakwater '  but does not feaT inclined to-  donate money toward the pro-  j=ct.-       ������ . / -  The breakwatfci commfUee is"  presently pressing.fcr tne construction and has gained the  full support e�� MR Jack Davis,  and -it i$l lelt pr&peets are  fairly good at this time-  The location under - consideration is al the edge ot the Indian reserve 2nd Mr. Jo-^ told  The Times, "tfeisr is a locatien  suggested by ths Indian way  ba;k in IStt. We even pre-eat-  ed a brief and have pushed  for a  breakwater user sin *,*���*  Canadians do we refer to them  ���zi Wops, Heinies. Kikes, Grea^-  ers��� We don't think tie Gud  Simaritsn - would have taken  this approach. In Oddfellow ship  thb>- have a real good neighbor  policy. Anyone sick, the Refae-  kah's cafi. Anyone in distress.  a j helping band is extended  Anyone shut In. a drive is often  offered This" Eitle versa is often referred to as the Oddfellow's  creed  Let  me  Sve  in  a  house  by  -the side of the  road,  Where the race of. men go by,  3Ien  who  are  good.'men who  ""are bad,   week,  foolish.   we-II  so am I. :  So why sfcculd I sit in the cor--  Eer~s- se^r and  fcuri 'the  cy-  fcics ban. 7  Let  me \he  in  2   hatise   by  "~ the side of the road.  And be a friend to man.  So "let   us -start   to  Initmct  the  newcomer  in our iray  of  lift, not patronizigg but by try-"  ing  ta  understand  his /way of  Kfe.  Wlw knerws  it  may  tave,  sornethins to cominend jit  Z A��>ther project dear  to the  beirt ef Hebefcah's  and Odd"  feQows is iOOF residence, rea-  lidng the need for suitable ac-  {aabinKidation for our "senior d-  -tiass.   -  The residence at- 6343 KSg  George Highway, -Xewu��n. B.C.  is joperated by a ynrtt com mittee of Rebekah* and jOddfei-  Iws. Acccmmodatam for 35  gt^sts with seldom a vacancy.  Erected ami furnished at a cost  of S140JDOO. no expense h&s Leen  * pes red   ta   make  this --the  ulti  mate in comfort- _ -  _ And now ti the local \ ;"'s:f-  Sunshitx- si k��S start trir f: D  se&sim SeptciEb��r 9���s p f. m.  Hilda's Parii Halt, True ftc-f-s  was ver;' much enjoyc-d *i"h  several get-fe.gsthers &rd rie-  ides. Xob-Ie. "Grand Lola T. r=-.  er had a vicaUas in Aibvr'ar  and Diitriel I E>eputy Pri-st'itit  Eileen Smith: had severs: *-',t'.e  jaunts and -i usual ho<z-e 4-..'.l  cf visitors,   i  Several effthe officer^ -tze  on the sick Bst.^-43ci^dir.5 \tze  Grand Gladys Brown. CzaA$:z  Lisds Aadr**.sJ Treasorcr   ft^-  thla   N*eis3sJ  Coodactsc   >lsr-  .earet  Wise. ;Ail  sre   ��"   r>w*  and   will   be I on   thc   job   r.^i ,  week. j   -  Vi'LYET  1  wmrtt  ij*��-  Perilnsufa  Plumbing Ltd. |  FP.PE ESTIMATES  Si*rwin   W^mi   Paintt  Phone \ 88^-9533  &IL. FREVENf FOREST FIRITS  Cigarette* of the futare will  have   $uch   heavy  filters   tha! -  every* time j-ou  take  a  draw,  -you*Il gar a. hernia.  Mt^MITAL  General Sheet Metal  I  HEATING -  I   COMMERCIAL  1^  DOMESTIC  -INDUSTRIAL  PHONE 885-9606  -1  it  It  B  51  s  1?  ECHELT MIR SERVICES  PORPOISE BAY XSecbelt) ] B,C.   /  - - - ' .     I   -.      '  Ai? Charter 8 Aircraft Maintenai:ce  Fishing  Hunting  Freight  Airt Taxi  Contract Flying  Sightseeing Tours  Timber Cruising  Air Ambulance  ;  b  PHONE SECHEL11 ��85-95*041 ^^ B00K fUGHr  &fif//mfiiMfMiMffff/ffMmff//ffff/f////ffi/f/f//fff&>  **.  Iiljnjiyj  *T**n>." ~7t ��� **.'zrry, -.*. - ��������� ���*".. - ^. .;* -Mi..   .\ ���    ;%   .-.'*  ^'S*^!"^'' &r&��^,v��*Jki- ���<*"-���'   ".' '^S-i ', ' *��-.-'  fimilPUtWi^l  �����-'���-. ^^*^WaVtfMdi*'uu  ��a��*ihM4^#^fc*^B***  Poge 4 The Sechelt Pejninsjufo Times, Wee  Selma Park chatte  ��-^V **" --  sulo  .���- ....j     ��������� :.<-��.-��� , ; f,    , --,  -     'I���i >'ni,Jt- -���- nTl  11' *- ���-!--������ - -���---���'--'      ���������!���.���... * ��� ..J-1.    Th       ,.-lii   .-, Sept. 9, 1964     p^ptty  a stays  for her to leave .  lor away to town for  ^Congratulations are-in  for M*bel land George Wigman  on the birth of a son..  . . all  theftest iJ3 you both.. . . Ne^ys  of   travellers   and   our   neigh-  -��� b4rs  a little scare this  week,  due tb  long  weekend  holiday,  and the usual huttle and tussle  i  of getting smalt ones, and big  'ones alike ready to >go bick to  school, not to mention the real  ���   small, ones, just starting  .  .  .  Our schools are bulging at the  ���seams,   where  will  it  al  end  ; . , seems every year ve are  ,.expanding,   with   no   grept   in-  . dustry here and no real signs  of any financial Influx *, 77 It-  ���is still a mystery to me where  jthey come from.  Our schools  seemL to  be the. one  industry  thriving . . - Must bk something  j -around that I have missel . : .  |     ���Weddings in the news these  ,   days; Mary. Parker,, married in  Vancouver,  Ron  Orchard  also  ,   ,maiTied   in   Vancouver  ���.   ." .  -Joyce Potts to be married up  Inhere in the next fe^y days . i .  boxing al Si. Phillips  wedding Sec/ie/f i s&aa/notes  ST.j PHILIP'S Angiifcan! Church  ���from here and there-" ~W* the setting >c^Satnrday  afternoon j for  the Jwedjimg  of  x HILDA DELINHEERl guest of honor al a party, given   'Mabr   Efc4st% W^-and  at Gibsons^ whe4 shb is; staying with her mbther,   Ce4u Thcmsqn GorfonfofvGib-  until they get their hometin Prince Geo *ge . . . Longer  Hilda stays with us, thelrriore difficult it is going to be  .'lots of luck Hilda . . . Gladys Bache-  weeks holiday  order    ������������  for  example  can  be expected  to remain on his job for more^  than seven j ears, or one anbb  a half years  ohger than a m^a- waistlire  outlined  v  f  j ���With Your Neighbours  VISITING Mr. arid Mrs, Leo Johnson are Mr. and Mrs.  -���'." Neil Gustaffson jand Laurie and Lesley of Powell  River. .       1.,  A recent visitor to Sechelt from Winnipeg, Mrs. Ida  .Hutchins, has been very sick. Whilst here she attended    ���   ..���. the Rebekah lodge sessions, belonging to Miriatii Lodge  iated for the) daughter of Mr: in Winnipeg. She cattle to Sechelt-to be with her life-  amj Mis. Jaines E. Parker of long friend Mrs. J. IVfcCrea, on the death of Mr.McCrea.  Scclheiti and the sdn of Mrs.   Mrs. McCrea returned with her to Winnipeg7We do hope  Mrs. Hutchins will be well soon. 7  !We wish them all the b^st in    in from age  of twenty . . . the average 20,-  year-old mar will change jobs  six or seven times during his  remaining w irk life of about  43 yed*ps. \hv survey said A  35-yoar-ol�� man will keep his"  job about eijht years .'.; Interesting', but its trfler Older  people" have had their moving  days Ungues s, and feel quite  happy settling dow'n .  .  .  Walter Maiks was buried Friday morninl, 11 a.m. from  village churih, and buried in  old cemetery near the reserve.  ; Expect our teachers all back  iit.the residt ntial school again  this year . . . three new sisters  in residence, and by tiie time  paper is out; we -should have  over 130 cl iHdren back into  school . . . f school could accommodate ., themj wouijd be  twice   that    nany,   they Ir-eome,  sons  Ejev. i A. HJ Cumiiiings ^ffic-  Joanne   Thcmson-Arboath,   Aberdeen,   Scotland.  The   bride wore   an   empire  sheath gown-iofffajlle, its high  hroiiderjd AUncon lace sprink-  ���ledi wiih crystals-. The skirt's  gathered fulness ciught with  ..a"-bow at the back swept into  a trair. Her! four-t er. < veil of  illdsibn tulle j was b;ld. with a  ring of pearl? and crystals.  Mrs. Williaib Jordon as matron of honor wore soft pink  organza, and the other attends  anfs, Miss Dcnata Hippe, Mrs.  M. Clark and Miss Bar-  Hood wore full-length  of aqua orgaizaj. Head-  were tat org.mzja bows.  Glyn   Davis ; was   best  md ushers wi^rei! Mr* J.  Chrk,  Mr.   Gerry Garvin,  kl M  ���Bert  j-'f!'-  Keir new venture . ���"';. , Most of  e hospital staff has. beV,n ��e-  'lec'ted,'after quite a time| sorting all the applications out ��� ��� ���  and there wer.e_ plehty of ithem  .; . 7 It will make a difference  .to our economy here no doubt,  \iith this new "injdiistry" L > 7  1 Father F. Dunlbpl has token  over as principal k>fi residential  school;- after six y^ars al Kam-  Tdops; He hrings |a wesdtla ;pf  experience -with him, and we  know, that7 he is going td be  quife an asset to thel disfcict  also 100 Victoria  At the opemng of the njew hospv  'X taljwe hope to have tht. boys' in the ^area;  band from- the schbol as part books, which are changed from  of v the entertainment. Twe hope time to time, from Victoria  they will/be recognised as real Also for $1.0) membership; fee,  : little entertainers, \j?orth m&re* you~ can   bi come   an   active  than  a   "bottle,  of   popj*"'for member in   i  very  fine  com-  their endeavors -.--. \ That Was munity effort. Drop in oh Sat  the I payment they received for urday  afternoon,  and  get  btbg May Day celebrations they the facts, a felcome is ex|end-  ; took partjn . ; . little bard to  believe .. . but thatisat. . .  Visited ab wonderful. garden  last week, namely Mr. Jamie-  son?s in West Sechelt. It is. fabulous, the-shrubs jand plants,  and the yards and yards of  lawn -. walked hafl\^iy up this  beautiful garden, ��� and then  found there was stlH more to  walk uf), but just couldn't make  it any further, then found it  went up about 15001 feet, all in  garslen. Really luivien't seen a  park so well laid iiut, and so  perfectly taken care of. Believe  merit is work, but j Mr. jamie-  eon' ipves the work, and cer  tainly it shows; /It7 would be  worth your while fo visit this  beautiful garden, jie ys very  proiid of it, and veil he should  be. The thought of jtaktng care  of such an expanse of lawn and  shrubs,   just  would   panic   me,  ed to all in the area  changes;  5 to 16, from dis  tant-places, very fortunate to  have^this pla ce to come to  Iteadthls b; a famous author,  and it's so inething I didn't  kn5w either; . 7 . no human  being,i past t he thoughtless, age  of boyhood, vanfonly .lulls any  creature wh ch holds its life  by the samn tenure he does.  The bare, in pis extremity, cries  like a baby  Starting September I2f Selma  Park Com re unity "Centre Library will bs open from 2 to  4 p.m. ther; are many new  books donat( d  by  many' folks  Hagleimdi.  . At ihe rei:epticn in z.Point  Grey '"Self and; Country ttub,  Mr. John Clark proposed- the  tp^st lo his niece. Later the  bride ��nd grobip left for California, and w|fy reside  ch'elt.  xtri iniormahon  ith  re-em-  VisiUng  after  an- absence of meeting.  Plans were formulat-  forty   years   calling   on   Mrs. ed to: hold a fall bazaar Novera-  A" A. French and Bob ikormln- ber 19 and a ParLsh suPPer Oc-  toh- are Mr.   and  ilrs.   Bruce tober 7. Discussion on the feasi-  mhley, with daughKir Gail and *ility of combining the monthly  friend ilohn Houde all of Ever- friendship   teas   with   a   study  at\ Se-  group and holding these in the  hall instead qf the; members  homes . The trial one wilt be  held September 21���and women  from the parish, in; Halfmoon  Bay.Madeira Park and way  points are invited.   :  .;- *      ��      ��     Z.  Captain and Mrs,: S. Dawe  were; in Vancouver : to attend  the (funeral of a- life-long  friend Mr. A. L. GUI of West  Vancouver who suffered a heart  attack and died very suddenly.  ���": ��   *,   *   i]  Visiting Captain and Mrs. S.  Dawe is their daughter Miss  Helen Dawe of Vancouver, Mr,  _.    ...... X Z.l, j   *u Fred   Thompson   and   Mr.   J.  St.   Hildas   WA   opened   the Martin o�� Vancouver and Mr.  faU session- with a full attend- and m Art Dawe of KclowJa.  ance   of   members.,    Mrs. . S. I  ett, Wash. Mrs. Mahley is the  former Beryl Rogers who, as  as; a UBC student worked dur-  ihi the summer holidays with j  other UBC students at jthe old  S^cheiy-Jote! when Mrs.iFrench  was manageress of;"thej dining  room. She graduated with hijgh  honors and wasra physichiatiric  social worker in Vancouver,  married Bruce! Manley and  moved to Montana. Camping at  Sechelt Campsite and |visiting  old haunts. Their daughter, Gail  is following in  -steps and is a  student at the  Washington,  motherfs foot-  very brilliant  University   of  Dawe, president  conducted the  Mrs. C. G. Lucken entertained at a tea ih honor of her  house guest Mrs. Ronald Tobey,  on ai visit here from Sheffield.  Seventeen guests enjoyed meeting this charming visitor. Mrs.  Tobey was presented with a  lovely corsage of pink rosebuds  and heather and the Jea was  held in the lovely garden. Other  guests of the Luckens are Mrs.  NiEW STY!��telteJbill itemizing moij-hlv charges S^uSfK bfllarr^:  on one fpUo rather than separate statements is be- England Mrs Tobey Mrs Au-  irig iritrpduc|d by B,.C. Telephone Company this -month bsten and  Mrs   Berdiriner' will  throughout   |North   piore   and * Sechelt   Peninsula   ex- be leaving shortly for England,  long distance calls and  viheial tax. Payment;  Cash avrards , . .  "Che single bill vijili detail,  charges for tb<j7montily rental  of telephones, nwitchb >a rds and  other equipment, institllatibn of  ndw types or changes of ser-  v i c e,    directt iry    at;v irtising,  ;he prb-  ind ad  justments    male    duriig    the  month aljso will be fhown. The  new bill! will be iused ,s<K>n  throughout  all   jxehanges..  ]  z~  The former bill required sbp^  arate statementi. for long dis-  tance calls ahd for :6ther chjar-!  ges and credits.;     b ,  Under the new system l<mg  distance calls \yffl continue' to'  be shwvn with the date, place,  and number called^ length of  the call, day or night rate, ��nd  whether they i^ere person-to-  persbn* or , station-to-station.  Company offifcial^ said t^iat  only businesses; making long  distance calls will 'have mpre  than one folio jfor ;a complete  bill. They ..-said! the new design,   which includes   the  ad-  first; calling at Tqrohto and  then ;on to New York where  theyi; will attend the world's  fair, then back home ou ihe  Queen Elizabeth.' Xi  *   *   #  First meeting of the fall ses-  sion7for "the -LA to the Canadian^ Legion is Tuesday, Sept.  12 at 8 p.m., Legion hall.  ��   *   *  -  Mr. and Mrs. Doug Reid  visiting Mr. Reid's parents,  Mr. and Mrs. Rply Reid. Here  from:Vancouver alsb Mr, and  Mrs.; Ivan Corbettj at ^ their  summer home for the weekend.  i *   *   b  :' -..'��� ,  Mrs. Mabel MacFsirlane back  from Vancouver and Mr. Syd  Redman,   organist   and   choir  STAFF AND-a host^of helpers^barried out the mammoth  task, over the weekend, of moving stock ft^m the   ^^ and telepLneinbmber! of! mastefk st; Hilda's Angljcan  old Co-op building to the new modern prftmise^ on Ma-   the company's busintess Office   Churcjfi,    has    enjoyed    three  rine, Gibs< ns.  i' The old stpre? closed ' it's  doors at 5 ]>.m. Saturday, and  the change over commenced  with uneffici il opening'date set  at Sept" 11 Official ; opening  will be Sep', 19, and will be  ��� ������,   ,,���.,..   ���^������   ,,������.^   ...,., heralded    with   a    namber   of  myf little. two-by-four is almost prizes^, beinj    awarded   during  too much at times ji . ^ the Cpurse of the day, includ-  Read ^n article 1 lrom~the la- ing-" pampeijs,    free   /member-  bor    dept.,    that j older    men! ship, ]as wel as cash  awards    an  Tahsis,   VaWcouve  7"  eihcny viill -/(ittrjlude lofficiais  frcm Co-opejrative wholesale,  Vancouver a;id; central Credit  Union,  and localmJibbers.  Mr. Jim Haining ontinues as  ManagfiE_of the .Butchery Department and i Mr. Bob Bealby  has been appointed tp the position of Grocei-y Mariajier. Bob  wfis preyiously with tl e Co-op  is  the  result of cu&tomef ire- week's   vacation   and   will   be  quests for  additional  infbrmia-' back/tb his duties on Sunday,  tion on some aspects of the jold 6th���the relieving: organist has  bill.7 !      1 ' ** beeri; Mr. Arch. Williams.  change johs less frfeiquently than] j by   other  nftail. merjebants   of  younger men,  according to "a' : the district.  survey  A 55-year-old man       Speakers ;.t ths opening cer-  TWiILlOHT THEATRE  Gibsons ��� Phone 886-2827  All evening-shows:  8 p.m.  Children's  Matinee,  Soturdayf>2:30| p.m.  Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, September 9, 10, 11  i. Taylor  RING OF FIRE  Technicoor  Saturday, Monday, Tuesday, Septembler 12, 14, 15  Gregory Peck,  David  Nivcn  GUNS OF NAVARONE  t Technicolor, Cinemascop;  ^WWWM%W��t#^^tW#WV*W^WWWW^��WW%JI��>M***Wt/WW��*WW%A<WW%AJWt/\A/W^ vwwwmiwwwwiiMWtfuwwm��.  Floor area of the iiejw building isTapprox. 4.7C0 sq. feet on  ths mam floor with an iddition-  al 1,540 in the annex, '[his will  allow ampls room fpr warehousing offices, etc. while  shoppers will enjoy tie wide  isles and vast shopping area  with rows ant;, rows of food  stalls and lates' in sho v cases,  refrigerated  and otherwise.  jit   was   learned  njiembership in  la  increased   by   more   I  Island^  the  Gjn-op has  lan   one  hjundred  since   work !<:ommen-  cied on the nsw premises.  t   week,  .Petsr Donald, dsiseribmg a  hypochondriac: "When nothing  makes him sick, it mlikes him  sick!"  ���-,  -~^-^^-��*rt-R-aat^aiiaij;--^->.1;  Sunday, Sept. 13 - 1 to 5 p.m.  Sunshine coast kiwanis  . -  CAMP SUNRISE, iAMGDALE  !   Dinner 4 to 5 p.m.  PRIZES for RACES - HORSESHOE PITCH  "f     I .     -���     FlSff DERBY     ^ !       "  Ticket ncjw on sale - Adults $2.50, Children:$1.50  Confacl- Barbecue Chairman Don Douglas  Phone 886-2615  ;z~X -B^i\-ih--ii-i-   ���    ������ nn    ���-   ilfrhi ii miii     nV  ���    il Ih ii i  -   '    ���-         ���WttJ  iWi^Mw  ��taM��i��*M��M  People places Sr things  <���"-. ���-By Rosy and Alex Simpkins  THISNIS the_iirst real day of school and the mothers  of school children will.get relief to feeLthat for. the  next ten months they know exactly where their children  are for a definite number of hours, in capable hands.  jMost of us will have more time to ourselves, to browse  jor read a book or telephone or visit a neighbor. For some  mothers, their last nipper will be taking the plunge out  [into the big wide world.:--' " .-  "* .��� : - *���  i   Every year from my window,    pened in one case on the Sun-  j watch some mother entering    shine Coast. A couple had id-  her  child into  the7-first  grade    opted five out of a  familybof.  and she sits parked in her car,���eight  neglected   children.   The  , with  a  worried  face  watching  while her child timidly makes.  friends: But by recess time it  S is hard to tell the newcomers  from the last year's batch. But  ��� .mother doesn't know this  and  ���waits on edge for news of the  day,  expecting the worst,  but  usually the child comes -home  beaming.   _  1 Mother was also worried lest  her darling had a temper .tantrum, and what the teacher  might think of her as a .mother.  From now on mothers will  have to get children to bed and  children up on shedule. and  supervise lunches and home-,  work; We have many new teachers on the Sunshine Coast  this season; who will have a  job remembering all the new  faces and na.mes.To these new  teachers we wish you luck and  hope that you will come. to  jlke^ur area. -  It takes about a year to become7 accustomed to living in  the country but once adjusted  you may find, it* difficult to  equalthis spot, r  With; back-to-school-time the  whole Sunshine Coast is affected. Summer visitors -are mostly gone. Beaches ate empty.  School buses are flashing their  lights. Water taxis are delivering .students. Janitors are working fall pelt. Tiie merchants  are selling books and clothes.  Fathers are grumbling about  the bills.   7 . u X  Dogs 7 and cats and horses  are looking forlorn waiting for  their masters and mistresses.  Mothers are baking cookies,  and sewing.THomes are suddenly quiet and still, but in the-  school grounds laughing children join in favorite - games.  School corridors echo to the  sounds of hurrying feet and  igiggles. People 'drive, more  jcarefully. 7  . Tinkerbell and Luke, Mari  ijlyn's and Billy's dogs, love  school" as much as the kids,  but during-school; hours they  will have to be tied up because  if everybody brought their dogs  to. school, and there is much  excitement somebody might get  bitten. Teachers- will have their  hands full controlling the children, without having to babysit our dogs-too. Some small  children starting school are ter-^-  pfied of dogs, so during school  hours dogs will be-cenfined to  the doghouse;.  When our grandparents were  confronted $ with juvemles in -  heed-of discipline, they disciplined. Since then the experts  have been studying the human  brain.. .TheyT- have found., out  what a, marvelous mechanism  the brain is and how every facet of life is; absorbed by it  Every sense-perception, as they  call them, is. indelibly recorded  thereon. So for years th^se ex-.  perts have advocated the soft  line.- They recommended love  and sympathetic understanding.  For example here's what hap-  John Hind-Smith  Refrigeration  PORT MELLON _  TO PENDER HARBOUR  Phone 886-22^1 ..  from 9'or.nvt�� 5:30 p.m.  Res; 886-9949  one boy, who went to Brandon  Laics for car stealing at age  fourteen, was seven when he  was. adopted. Now the experts  say that his character would  have-been formed by the age  of sevenTTrom i.ali the experiences of ids _ life before that.  But the uninformed neighbors  blamed the new mother, and  openly stated, as one - woman  who" wa��   giving- him   lessons  said, "He was such "a polit!  and loving little boy and looked  so rejected I just felt that if  he hadn't been so unwanted at  home be would have-turned out  welL**  At last,'"the experts, direct  from thc National Association  for Mental _HealthT (See- Aug.  28 Province. Page . 24 admit-  that for all this; brain recording  which takes place from the mo-"  ment of hirth, the inherited  characteristics are the strongest. They .say that even the  mother who has the child Irom  its day of birth Is "not to blame  for bad behavior or poor report cards.  Actually if one*"out of five  goes wrong that is.a good percentage _anyway. In our families there are ten adopted children, none in houses of correction yet. So don't be afraid to  adopt a child, because even natural parents can have problems too.  J The Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wed., Sept. 9, 19g4|Pcpe S  USE   TIMES   CLASSIFIED  FOR  QUICK  RESULTS  Gibsons  ESSO OIL FURNACES, j  No Down Payment - Bank Interest ||  Ten Years To Pay - First Payment QdL if  COMPLETE LINE OF APPLIANCES j  For Free Estimate - Call 88S-272S j  N|  UDE  ^flapp InEp^ sfiSS  Guaranteed by the Government of Canada  Purpose: . The purpose of the Canada Student Loans Act is. to facilitate banic loans for  -  students who need financial help to continue full-time studies beyond secondary  7 -    school level at Universities and other educational institutions. j  Who Can. apply t Any Canadian citizen, or anyone resident in Canadafor one year who intends  7���     _  ; * to Hvein Canada after completion of studies, may apply fcr a loan under the  . Act. An applicant must be enrolled or intend to enroll as a full-time student  _ at an educational institution approved by provincial authorities, and must      -  * meet the standards of academic qualification and financial need established  -   __    - " by the student loan authority in the Province in which be applies.^ j  Amount Of loans: Depending upon individual circumstances and financial need, loans up to  . S 1,000 a year may be made. ��ith a maximumjof S5.T30G during a student's  b7 academic career. The Provincial Authority receiving applications and determining disability wilt t����ue avccrtificate to each eligible student stating the  _:       - maximum amount,.the student may borrow. This Certificate cf Eligibility   -  ; is required before a student can arrange a -Government Guaranteed Student  f     *                  ' Loan "with thc bank of hrs choice.                                    "                 __     ~  Repayment:-Interest-Free and Delayed Repayment Period i_  7 . -���_      To assist students, the interest ontoans during the period a student continue*  _ full-time studies, and for six months thereafter, will be paid by the Government  of Canada. During this same period no repayment of principal is required, nor  will any service charge or fee be payable by thestudent, j  Method of Repayment J -* .        I .  Borrowers will begin to pay interest and to repay Icons six months after the j  cease to bc full-time students; Tbe current interest rate to_students is 5"< *i  perannum. Normally theYepaymeat period will be five to ten \cars. Borrowers  Jiave the right to repay loans in part or ia-full at any time w ithout penalty,     j  Life Insured I -^ ���   \ -       J X \     '  7_^_ In the event of the-death of a borrower responsibility for repayment cf the  loans will be assumed "by thc Government-of Canada. j  1 - _  - s -- : ':  Where to apply:   Students resident in British Columbia, regardless _of where tixy intcsd td  > - study, should apply for a Certificate of Eligibility to: _      " _    .  --" - ������- ^ ��� British Columbia Student Aid Loan Committee. I    -  - 7" '���'.- . c/'o Department of Education, "*.."?-  "  "' ' Victoria. British Columbia. X. I        "  e?  "       "    The cbove note; are hosed upon tteOziaJaStuJenil^  All'application and loans are subject to thefan' terms tzzdcor^iunsoj ike Aa.    -  CANADA STUDENT LOANS ACT |||  N'ti a  *s!s32%*"  ec-2  s^li^^^^^^^ii^^li^ill^li^iiSlSiiliF^iti -. *>'  '-. K  V".  _ _~ul1f>- iTrnm, fir  -U.  -ir^wA. -i'-ftJiffi��� ir'-i Bf --"-"������+���  *A**  Page 6 The Sefcheff Peninsula Times. Wed., Sept. 9, 1964  i  ,^  V.v * J  ��� iWiMlAlWMIfcl  :    1 Giant cabbage  FIRftTBELIEF in the use ollmachanisetfequipment evid-  iently has good foundation and Roy  antly holds up one of a number pf grant  in his garden..Tjiis monster; weighed 17  Bolderson hesti.-  cabbage�� grown  pounds, 4 oz.  Reminiscence * * *  Strange iish stories  happened right here  WHEN THE man brought his boat up to our fish scow  , at Secret .Cove there wjas nothing to indicate I was  going to witness one qf the most heartbreaking -incidents  in the life of a fisherman,-sport or commercial.  Indeed, there was nothing-to  *s'  show that this particular boat  was : engaged in commercial  fishing except for the trolling  poles* As-a matter of itact "It  wasn't a strictly1 comn erciai  boat .because its owner vas a  veteran in the delivery;service  of^ai big store and jonly <"?r gaged  in"fisiiihg ; during; j his hi) idays.  The | beat was tactjually a pleasure! cruiser fittjed, otit with  t^lllng7'"ge3r. --"i i.1 "' -'j *-r-"  ." lAfter tying thej boat up ter thte  scoW t noticed the manL whom  <iverTll; call John',' Was >imj>ly  dancing with extit��mert.ivHc  asked for a fish pi^fc anq when  i gavb it tq^ him  farjrji catch of coho  scow  he  see  last.!  his boat and  fish. He did  it were too  was heavy,  seventy  because he  and it was  for him as  /-  incidents around there, shortly  after the war. Fortuiately for  some, tragic fcr others, a rec-  ord-br.eaking run of .sockeye  was in the Fraser ard almost  every night the mwspapers  carried vivid, dramatic stories  of, it said, totally inexperienced-  fishermen pulling in as much  as $800 worth of fish ii a single  night. Trup or lot the rush was  on and for the next few months  the newly returning soldiers  were putUng ail of tleir spare  cash and army gratuities into  fishing boats.. Like nu ny others  they thought, they hal nothing  more to do than drop a net of  line into thc witer and haul out  a fortune. By the tim�� they did  learn the bitter| truth 'hey-were  broke; many more in debt and  not a single one we knew made  anything out of the new venture.       .        I  It was the age eld stQry,  amateurs in a professional  game. They "fought boats no  more seaworthy th: n rotten  melons and powered by worn  out automobile motxrs. They  didn't know how dee j: 'to send  their lines and knew nothing  about the bottom or the depth  of the water. lAs a result they  lost hundreds of dallats worth  of expensive equipment. One by  one they telepioned jqr money*  to get home with, I!hey bad  nothing left.    | ���      .b^;.7  -Many of them WiHild have  liked ta be in Scbtty Cameron's  shoes. He lost-all of7his gear  toojnit not because he was an  amateur; he was aiji old professional but it didn'  poi nds,  ��� was  he threw a  .__.....       . . __  abbi-d tfje  and as he threw e^eh fish  Jfept saying, "Wait 't 11} ydu  i what I'm saving tm\- the  Wait until you see- th is, one,-  I'll! bet you've heyer sedi ;any-  thigiliike it." - |. ' '"��� - z\J  When the last Mh. was Itboaip  Joliii: reached down in t|ej bot-  tpmjjbf his fish box and begiiii to  ,'-pfeei|^;a7heavy|ilayer;"pf| wjk'  sacksbAs be tjju-ew: the Ifinlil  i_sacp��J Inside'._T > found myself  loojung at the most enorftiotis  tyee jlsalmon I -had even. keen.  As| i Tish buyer I haijt jseen  quite i few large fish but be-  sideitthis" beauty they all] looked.  lik||jsardines. It was over three  feejtjl in-length, as proven by  measuring its outline while jit  lajjljon' the ��� deck, and jit was  deei>, over fourteen inches jat  itsjthickesf part. It was i magnificent fish as it lie th��re, its  silvery; scales glittering in the  morniitg sun.  'fit you'll give me some ice,'  John was saying, '{I'll hit for  Vancouver -right now. ��� want  this one mounted but) we'll  weight it first."  John knelt', in the botjtom of  _-:.,-;,. ��� '���-.:��������-. . . ,..,  picked up the giant  it reverently as if  sacred to touch. It  at  least  sixty  or  if  not   more  no   weakling  almost too  much  he rose to ,his feet  with the, huj ;e fish in his arms.  lie stood tfere a minute and  splendid   specimen  i a new born -babe.  step across  between his  ! scow..  stepped   from   his  scow his bpat mov-  ��� when; fortune (struck,  i��coity;   'a  Scotsman  wh(J�� 7 had  his life, left  four  o'clock  nursed  the  as if it Wer  Then he want to  the foot;\vi(!e gap  boat and th  As jJohn  boat to the  ed out a liitie. This, combined  bmth ithe weight of the fish  ! threat hrm-j iff__balance and" the  fish began to slide out of his  "arms* Ug^ijade: frantic efforts  to clutch th ? slippery, giant but  he couLd.n!it hold it. It made  its fihalsllj pery slide iright outv  of bis arms arid straight down  into the de;p water,   f ;  For almist a full minute,  John stood there, one foot on  his boat ar d the other on the  scoWi His I ace was white and  he was cleirly a man suffering great emotional stress.  Then, almo it sobbing, he stepped on th< scow, spread his  hands palm* upward ami-said:  "It's gone; straight to the  bottom. By God I feel as if part  of me went with it. Who would  ever believt: me? Maybe some-  body'll 'divi   for it?"  There wa; little hope of that  for it was i>ng before the days  of the scub; divers. And so, be:  fore my veiy eyes I saw a record fish var ish and leave a broken-hearted man behind; so  broken-hear ed that he packed  up and tef for "Vancouver at  on|e.  _*fhere  we  . help him  or did it?  wueneijl-up little  fished all  our floats about  in the afternoon  to fish off H alfmow i iBay* He  said be woull.be trolling between there ind Trail Islands  and as he .night le late he  said he woull probibly Spend  the night anchored off the is-  , lands so he .^rould I el oft hand  for the start at daylight. We  waved him s J 'long as he- left  - the cove.     ��� ��� ��� ���; ���?. - ? fry---1 * 'j-.rr ������  Next morning we s vw Scoity's"  boat tigdjo the scow. It looked  as if it had been ill a storm.  The long, graceful tr riling poles  were splintered!stumps and the  cockpit where he ranithe boat  from while trolling was filled  with a tangled messj of guy  wires and stainless ste,el trolling line. Sciitty wis .making  breakfast ant ;when we asked  what had happened there were  tears in bis eyes, a * he said:  'tin a' my life I've never seen  or i heard of anythin* like it, I  trolled from about live o'clock  until nine and I thoight I saw  a .school "finning" ill Nor' west  Bay. !There were "ins every-,  where^ so I n iscd my gear and  went in. I expected some trouble because ji finnirgffish is a  mad fish anc he'll nh for anything he see j. I put j my gaff-  handy; that's it, that! baseball  bat with thi gaff-took so it  would be ready aidj went in  among them"  Scotty sighed and then excitement1 gripped him a i he relived  what must have been a stirring  experience.  My lines> ^-ern't'jieep, about  four   fathoms \ whet:, the   firsf  Royal Academy of  Dancing Syllabus  b>ANNE GORDON  ' Chorter Member C.DiT.A. B.C. Bronchi  GIBSONS^ THURSDAYS  ;- "A       - - . l*S��W.  WII50N CREElt  WEDNESOAYS  Communitf Hall  '-'Assistont Teocher  -"eni-py Leo Davis  PhoofeMrs. W..Da\  or Mts. Fedrnjey: 8SJ5-  ��� Misa A. Gonjicn 4  Vork^uver  is 886-2009 or  22j*4 <ir write  6 E 38tH Ave.  SjBLC. ; .  one hit. I reached for^the gurdy  to. haul him in but, before . 1  could do anything there was a  fish on every fine. , The bells  were jingling and ' the trigger  sticks .were- right qut'til they  broke the rubber- and, the bells  were r-attlin* like ma!d. I had  a hell of a time but I.boated"  them all and let my lines go  ' again. This time one of - the  trigger sticks broke and carried  away just as the other, bells  rattled. ��� In less than" ten minutes I had a dozen of thc big-  ���gast springs 1 ever hauled out.  -1 lost my bow poles, my starboard pole and all of my spoons  before it got too dark. I've got  a lot of '��� fish but it'll cost me all  they're worth to refit:"  ��� It wasn't quite that! bad but  it cost enough. Never again,did  we get a | load of big springs  like those, *    '    -  Another fisherman caught too  many fish for his own good, financially, that is; He was a gillnetter and came in just nfter  sunrise tewing r his net. behind  him. With the help iitrf- - others  we helped get his n^t in and  helped hint cut seven sharks  out of it.! The sharks}1 were fethe  harmless Imud speriesj but they  _were potent enough ito ruin a  brand hew $600; gill tt^p- the' Cirst  time it had been in the water.  Another! fisherman!; an old  professional, came in jone morning with a big catch (if sockeye.  He was as surprised 4s we were  because sockeye are /seldom  caught in this area. But he was  a wise fisherman. He followed  that school every day until fie  lost them off Howe/ Sound. /  These frre' merely a" brief  mention of-things that happened  around here. Secret'Cove saw  many Qf them. To" many who  stop and admire' the- bcaufiftil  sheltered place it presents A haven of peace. They"can be ds  wrong as a seven .dollar bill  because there were times when  it was anything but peaceful.  There was the night those  peaceful, sheltered waters were  blown flat by a raging'gale that  sent the big steam tug Masset  running for cover while the 50-  section tow of big/logs were.  - piled up aloifg uie. .beaches,  High up into, thfe " bush and  across the mouth of the 'cove.  There - was , aqother night  when . , .  Bea@^ Salon  t  fi^cfaelf  Evelyn Hayes  Abare Post Office  /���  Gotting pad Styling  Tftexdcrr tO'SehiwJay 9-5  "Your Stairway To  Hair Beauty"  Phone 835-9525  !���������_���_���  a^apMMasascB^iiMjE  spttiiist li��: pinsnus*  GARDEN BAY BOAT WORKS  Mechanical & Electrical Repairs  acomplMte line of boat repairs;  Garden Boy, B.C. Phone 883-2366  NICHOLSONS T.V.  Located nepft fo Sechelt Agencies;} Ltd.  We'll bring your TV  back fo its peak  performance pronto!  Getting zebra stripes, "snow"?--  Picture fading or shrinking?  Whatever's- "wrong witH_your  TV, we'll moke RUSffT. Our  workmanship is guaranteed.  Prices  modest.  24 Hour Service to the Sunshine Coast to all mokes  of Rodio, T.V., and Appliances  Phone 885-9566    ���'-   ?  ervice ior ins F@nBnsuia  'A-V' Used Cars or Trucks Delivered to Yoor^Door  i Instant "On The Sjiot" Financing'  I   ! Save Travel, Time and Expense  I Phone.collect To ]  MW, MICKEY COE  Bu��. AM 6-7111 Res. BR 7-6497  -.I-' Safes Representative ���'���  BROWN BROS. MOTORS    ]  5690 Granville St. (ot 41st Ayjc.) - Vancouver 13, B.C.  FALCON  THUNDErtBlf^D  FAIRLANE  GALAXIE  ���TORD'TRUCKS     ���  j__       MUSTANG  JA-1" USED GARS  '��m ",J^m  'Xi-*  ��ifiiujiijv^ ���  t.. ^   ** *��^^^i_t*>t* ft&bb ^A^yj,^iA^X--A^y AX: ���*  Golden Cup award  WINNER OF the Golden Cup for four years in suoces-  ' sion, Psnny Smith of Qanny's Dining Room and Motel has good reason to be pleased with himself- The  award presented-by the Coffee Brewing Institute is to  those who meet ^he rigid requirements set~up fey the  board Tfaepe ace'between twenty and thiry* such awards  presented in B.C.  Wins cpyeteU  award to  coffee brewing  FIFTEEN cents per cup is not  , tod much- to ask -for coffee  J providing it fe made properly,  according*'*"* Danojr fitsitS of  Danny's Dicing Room mid Motel atGibsons.  ���   Certsmty   fee   shotdd ;faibw  wfcat he is talking ^btmt Jof  ~~Wt has; now won tbe toveUd  Golden   Cup   award   for   the  fosirtb7yesrtn-soccessHBt *_1__s  is: no pusii over; for stringent  st^n^lahfe are set by the CoL-  fefc Breaisg Institute and e��-  announeed    ��� fespeetM^s    ' ��re  m^de and ��S3B|des <a|aEn firing -the coarse of the year. '  Tfie awaxtf Is designed Uren-  courage  t^g -pceftarafjob -��od  service-'of the finestcoffee bev-;  erage pd^tSe i_�� pi^ise feed-  The Sechcli- Peninsula Times, Wed./ Sept. 9, 1964 Page 7  Round about Ithe town  ' 7 |     - ^*~*    ���By Ed Green  JUDGING FROM the summer visitors here the auto  makers are missing a big bet. The other day a visitor arrived-in a station wagon with every available inch  behind the ^driver's seat packed with luggage. ^Sleeping  bags and ��ther ctobber^were pHed on the roof fa a long  rack until there wasn't another available in^h there  rather.' ���- *-���   Behind this somewhat wdi laden anit was a house trailer,  well loaded, and jyMmf that  was a boat trailer carrying a  cabin cruiser. TTie auto maker  had provided ample power to  move this load by providing a  2S5 horse power engine. They  had, by strengthening the body,  made it possible to have a first  and ��eeoBd floor ��s the vefeiele-  - Bat right tbere they fell down  badly���they bad forgotten to  provide for s basement..  It ��sasa't always this way.  What happened to the once famous Hudson Super Six that  was built so k>sr, the advertisement said, that you had Io step  down to get in?"  heck he's talking about half the  time and there you bave a  journalist- Oh "yes, there is a  difference. Me makes more- in  one payday than a reporter  makes in six months,    -  I- *    *    ���    -     i  f^Etkians are marvelous. It  is the only racket known to  Canadians - wfeere   a * msm   caa  get (pot earn; SU.QQQ a [ ye.*r  for fcmwing botMns and nyics  it in such a w-ay that be thinks  he is telling jyou ��emeth:nw".  This obsertadog is bas*ti oc.  the receipt of four tetters frorr:  the feaders ���� th* Ottawf <jt-  cus in reply its a simple kjues-  tion, to wil, {"Since everybody  else, even the ctsrwomfn ia  civil service,; ha*. bees 'fi<m&  increased wages ��* aHo^ia^es  when are yoa. going to fet  arocad to granting ac ia<i*e*se  . ia tat peesiens <rf wsr fei^c-  aas?*" Four j fattrn: 7 fo��t f?-_  plies; four ��unbte*. Knot a*s-  coaiiaital fufablktg far taj*?  a saag&hi ar rare* pius that md  that. No vma$& a new pzkiicil  party, cr tbe esteaaaa td $g*  oid ose, is gddin^ a starf^i tie  USE TUAE* Cf*Atmfl��i*>  ing  the  estabJ_��__meBt��( f_foe^out  Americas continent.  poffee samples are.tal^t ai��I  iscsit to hea^uartera of tiie Is-  ^Btftute i�� fSew Yari where  th^y a*e- -e��refu!Iy -^sted; f��-  stlengtb, "��i^iaIUx Of -water,  frpsiifjess,V��tc.����� X.   --    ; ���.  Dubious at first ��s to tte  authenticity of the InstitutiOTi,  BI|*. Smilfr at one time took  tha? troubJsr at ma kiag a trip  to: New ^Tcrk a��l was aide to  vSit  the ftafeoratory "asS aratdi   sales area.  tests heisg carried out. Be  has been a firm bdiever ��b tbe  Institutjcn ever sujee. - About  two thmmpntt awards have  Tbeen made across the oitire N.  ^Americaa   continent.  MB&PR announce ;  iwo appoiciixieiifs  T\VO appmntment? in the. G&t-  'Aids. Sales. Division ot Mac-  iliiUn, - -Biesdei ��nd Powell  Bitter iisdted bave been announced bjr C. U. Dee, m^sa-  : ger ��ftf�� division.  - R. F. "Hank"iFord, Maritime  jdistwt Jaler manager, MB&ffL  ^(<^ebec)   Ltd.,"  Truro,   Nwa  EcoSia,  has  b��n appointed to  ^ftae Jeew gositien^of technical  sstes super��"isir, ierticleb<ard,,  .with" beadcjiiarters- in Vancou-  ;-yer.--Sfr;-Ford 'gill be responsi-  rjble tor the promotion and sale  <i�� the full product fine erf |ssr��i-  eieboard  from   MS&PR's new  f��rtic^��ard plant in Vancouver.      ���* .       '*-.        " _ -   . -  /. A. Groomtfidfe, salesman^  ��U6   MS&FR  kAfterta)   Ltd..  '^dthottSoh, has-been appoint^!.  Mantis^"- district sales  mana-  J&r.   MBSFR   CQ^ebecj   EM.,  ;Tnm>,  N.S.  MET GroomSffldge  h$s  bad   isajsiderible. experi- .  ence in MB&P8's j5��dd service:  - secties, and sinee 1��63 has been  rrspassible for fiie Peace River  t was ��Qm��%vfcai-surprised to  learn that a ear went oS tbe  road at HaKmoon, oops, T^out  Lake and has never been seen  since. Who was looking for it;  the owner or tbe finance com-  Wilson Cre^k notfes  i .     ' -.-.)���      -        ��� --;"���-���'���-" ��� . ��� ���   * |ni ���  -   J - X ��� *���$T jM^fhSf Wcjmpa  SUI.BIER VISITORS-Mrs. Jo Be��o <^ Hamy Who fs fk  : i the staff of the Essondale Menial Ro^ltal receD*8>-*  . vfeited Sirs. Dorofljy Ericksoo. Eaxie ami Jo Beco raipe  aijd train .sgddle horses znd beef caltle kxa timx Bsnty  ranch and have acquired several acres at Armstrong,  B.C. for future use. ,_......;._  .. .. t���--  VialiEg Mr. aad fcfrs.  old Roberts last week  gratxisoes Bmce Baird,  Storey   %cd  J&ck  Smith  ��ar-  were  John  with  pany?   Perbaj�� it vanished in    ^e Vtima. i$d daug^er Car-  Two extremes '-��� . #  gi mo  crazyrc^iz<^& cpq/  Of-FICIAlfweath^r r^ortfor Au^ist from R. F. Kennett  ' of Gibsons reveals ^thaf August not only reached the  highest feat also.dipfwd;*�� tiie towKt ieR^eratare on record at Gibsons. b  RMnfall _b_��� 2.30" formal 2.56  DjiVs witb rain -���* llounal 8  HighestTemp. 7T formal 823  Lowest Temp 45* l&H*mal ^9��  RfeanTemp.        @*   Normal 63a  Extreme 5.52 (W2)  Extreme 15 (1962)  Extreme 94�� (i960)  Extreme 43^(1960)  Extreme 66e (1961)  f^HiuvuiKitmBjuvvuvvuuvvvtlmmtimratiwwww��>��ww^����i��gwagjwgww>wwg��w��wagi j  East Porpoise Bay  SECHELT, B.C.  Phone 885-2007  Boats - Fishing Tackle  Motors - Gas -OH  Bait - Scenic Tours  Skiing :- Ccbins     *  ^ FOLLOW  THE SIGNS      *"  nt*miiMinf\ntwnrt-m-t ���������  jMM^MWMWWWWWWWMWMWWWWWIIWnwn  the "rock fault" tlat connects  thfcs dimpk of ��<pia to- NortSi-  " ��est, pardon us, Not'west Bay.  a name sometimes applied to  Sergeants or Is it Sargent Bay?  Perhaps it ts still -around. Who  knows?  * ���   ��  ...         .        ��  f am also .deiigfated to learn  that Trout Lake is set a ��221  poccl. I dont *ecaa esec eyfeg  th2t it vas bfd did esy tbat it  was oot mudi bigg��* than "��  couple of ml posds, nstkh U  giving it aH tbe kest.pt ti��  ^fQ'nyyt  Fps>2J this easse ts>  impeacfaable source f find tbat  a mill pond is a cedar nddea  bale, (doesa't ids m��3 ever cat  fir?)   that   is  ewansfsf-'��jHk'~  bugs,  fadpoles,- etc*"  Is ��y  somewhat   limited  espesfsasct,  Che term, mill pond, tiniginarted  from the pond formed -when a  dara, er weir, was pizsxd v.-  toss . a   |��f<eaB. to payvi&e z*. -  besd oi water for tbe o_d grain _  Eims. gTaa ssj^alHs eame &so.  tbeir own mest of tfae logs ��-ere.  f&ated fi? tj�� mill. A gTanrli^g'  boom  was fixed to provide a  sorting area acd ajatiiiss tfilb-  4a that'fcoois wm ssM to te  -. "in the popd-" U JW T**'** to-  see a "poad" * liaie larger  than Trout Lake ju^ take -a  trip to Fraser Mills where they  cas slaen * miliioa feet s day  out if tfaey>baye to.  . Borne mills bare" as artificial pond. Tbe reason is olm-  oss. Tiie -water more or less  vashes tbe saad cn>^ small  ��tooes out of tbe timber and  made for easier handling to  the  "jack   ladder   tbat parried  -the logs up to the &re log deck.  So much .for ponds, mill or  otherwise. ���   t^ .  * *   ��� -  -. **  Tbe new paecSeai rta^* is jr  fine addition fo oar ctHnmun^.  You-can get math sicker now  with a lot more comfort when  you don't have to grind your  way up the &Qg Gight ��f -stairs  to reach aid.  Afl we need now to complete  this pkture is a tall doorman  in phtm colored livery with  plentj- of goM braid who wflT  escort "you teroogh the�� doors  and it will be a pleasure to be  sick instead of the drab uninteresting Istsiness & has been.  - *   ��   ��  Have been "asked to explain"  tbe difference between a joar-  naEst and a reports-. Xbatfs  easy. A joons^ist is'a cepester  with bunions. Instead of tbe  traditional trench coat ami  crumpled stetson hat be wears  a homburg bat and a black  melton cloth overcc��aL_He also  wears -a par of passes v&h  an imii-��ide black ribbon dang-  lig from them. He _canKs a  cane and dotft'fcso'w -wfeat the  la. I"beir granddaughter, t^-nda  tecia? *nd her frfes^t Gary  BCrmett were among tfae week-  esd iisiiars. .Ibey also siwlftf  at the borne of Diann�� i��cDoc-  ald. L^isia II��ed at < ^flsea  '���%>&&. wiffc "her psreits, Kr,  ssd Sirs. Harry Lackec cad  fa*��ar ,-Sftaty for 12 years.  cs#��fe@ to -Vaneourer In 1^8.  Wr.   aad   ��**.  -C*org-e  ham of Wilson C^reek.     5*     :  WILL BE   REMEMSEte��  Mr. Archii Iiaes, f^so ��ps  born in Onurxi. passoi w*w  st t% age tsf'M. H4��* fPV-r^T  rexes be v%$ �� ta^xes ^inf%  sawyer. He spesa the fast 22^  years v�� -iss fife fflst twer e #t flie  caasi cbiErjf te csa^f Ms fecnt^  oc Davit Bay HHi ^^ M rt*t  fa" peace.      { ��     ;  Annual PSA Setle  tsfaett ��&e t��pes to Ond work.  B��*a ITei^f4>aad lest of luct  I J_^_%sl___^  Efifi^ gtests at the Keeley  ny��dFgS*g v^re their vsasm. Bd-  ��-��rd aad fkxsthy Hart and  Usnee t&adrrn frvm SteG^f,  A^rta. f-bssr risij w;S sad*'  js*^ plfi&fiast ��t t farafiy gi- *  ^afag tas2d at a beach party  where they  alio  riiitcd  urUh  thc m��ek   to   gather  *C@9d tused  dathkzs" 1st- tbe aswulPTA  sale Septets tser IS. begi8ss��is  -at f#tM ��-��- is <&e H*^��tai  CcHSage-  *    l r   =  Dtsaatkins m IM E&ehiM. ire*  ��iH t�� ills! <��W ^ &r Mrs.  C- F^SETiiBtI-^��^ T--i|M*n^  the Selma P����- ��rca by ��M.m.  I*.   fi-STffff } |       i  :?r--  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  BATE PAD  iii��M!iiiii  ��� This free reminder cf cscrwiQ tmBsm 1$ # #e��v*ce ��*  SKX3-T ACO^aES LTB.* #i*a��i* SaSsdk i^^msuto  Times <ffr��ct fcr free Bsftnjs, ^seeiffH^ *Oe^ Pod".  Please rote thct space is limited end ��om<i od*��ftce dot<��  mcy heve te wet their tunv else th�� *ht* i* e "rerasoderf  listing enfy ��xf cannot dh^��s ��wy fut'*l*��#l*. I  Sept. Tl.���Mcwnir^ ��rffee. fjs^Mcthert |Un��t*d Chw��A  &��Td��Y-Schoc<-p��als. Sanstey- Scroti ��es*r 10 c��|,  S^Jf. 12���Sdmo Perk Ccrr-sr^rsity tabnuy. 2-# pj*i.     {  Sept. 13���iCiwc^u Scimon Bo^ecue, **Sunriae Co��t^ L^>#  . dsie.   _   i ] |  Sept.    17���P.TA- Qenetcl   meetinq,   Acrrvay   Rocn^  SecJ^r, 6^0 p-m. - ~l r  Sept. W���Aanacl P.T^. JMr. tfr^O cjti. HcsspteT Cct��  .      '��JQe- - I 'I  COMMERCIAL iOT SfCHftT,   (  LEVEL LOTS, DAVIS jBAf '.* - j  Very eoty terms ���- Enquiries t^  Bob Ketst!  Plione.8S5-44��I    f [  SECHELT AOEKaES LTD.  REALTY and INSURANCE |  Wharf Road ffassse i8S-2t#*f  i  /'  /*(  ��� ii i(u   mm\njjf_ ���  j��i\^^^."^fc{=ttt-^^��a^ai.^>!^r^.'^itfa^^<vu  5  <A  i Pcr^e 8 fThe Sech< It  Peninsula Times, fWedl Sept 9, 1964  Letters io t#e Editor must carry a signature qndaddi ess, although a  pen-name may be used forpublicatiot.  ��'*  *'?  >>'  ��<��  *>  is  Those Offer1 Bugs  'Editor. The 'jTimes: 7  " Sir���Your recent editorial on  litter was tirfteiy. We seem to  have a Situation 'Miere folks  . who are careful of 1th aintaining  a tidy yard at home, forget in  public, ahd ;toss out ihe candy  wrapper, or cigirctte btpx,  wherever they may lie.  -Add to4this thej-ptfortunate '  fact that' when store owners  plate a garbage receptacle outside for public usef, it will usually be destroyed ih the dark of  nrgh't.'  Then there is no place for  those who wish-/to avoid littering, to put waste.  We need a pnjgran sparked  aw; re of the  in public, as  way to estab-  ite containers, 7  long way, to_  Bowen   ilsjand  Item,  tb. hav<  broach, and* 1  f J.JL .     .  where   I ! read  yi>ur   paper each   week.   You  bjiigbt start ii a small way  what needs to be* done on a  pjrovince-wiBe scale.    ' '  tins   R-   B.  (KAY>  CARTER.  lo reconvene  a   spunky   ap*  wonder if you  i 4w_iiJ*> ��� X'y'J *���"*-   *  JTw-A'"'�������� ". &<.*. *-    N" -A- ,  School  to make citizens  need to",be tidy  well asbriftding ��  lish frequent wa  This could go . aj  make our summer resorts more  attractive.  I am currently  holidaying at  MOTHERS ivij>hin,  ren   to   &ttp  Church Sunda  dially invited  e In the Suikday  t Wilson Crepk  ll at 10 a.m.  fs'ew Sunday  if/ill   be!  on  prove of interest  ireconvenes Se  ifpecial family  a.m.  their child-  nd   the   United  - School are cor-  to morning cof-  jsc^iool room  Friday,-Sept.  school materials  lew" and; should  Sunday school  ptember I3as a  service' at 11:13  Lucky winner j,  MONTHLY i Sunn West  Shopping Ceritra. contest  is proving extremely popular and the jnumbjir~ of  shoppers cashing then family allowance cheques to  qualify for a chance pt the  ��50 monthly prize, increases each month. Winner last  month was Mrs. Murray  King of 1727 HX Fletcher,  Gibsons, presented, with her  winnings by John'Mathews  of Super-Valu Store! See  next week's Times f<|r full  r i����^!33s""_"5  b  Teas and showers  prior to weeding  MARY  Elizabeth' Parker   was  entertained at .many parties  prior to hcr , marriage on Sept;  29 to Mr. Cecil T. Gordon of  Gibsons, B.CJ.  Co-hostesses at a shower  were Mrs. Bob Norminton and  Mrs. Ben J. Lang of Sechelt.  Showers were also given by  Miss Donata Hippe, and Mrs.  W. Jordon of Vancouver.  Mrs. J. .M. Clark entertained  at a dessert party, and Mrs.  Duncan McColl at, a luncheon  for  the  bridal  party.  A coffee party, and a rehearsal supper were given by  her aunt, airs. John A. Clark  of Vancouver.     ,  Mrs. Bob Barclay entertained with a tea, and her ��� mother, Mrs. J. J3. Parker gave the  bridal tea.  ^jma^MmwiiisfJMMiJiyj  wmwwmtmmmb  %m  On his tenth anniversary, 3  band leader whp had played  2,000 dances was j asked, "What  have you had the:most .requests  for?"' ''Where*s7 the ,jnen's  room?'' answeretJj '-the maestro.  The Times  information���on  test  X:  'trmmmmmmy^mmmmmmx  *  > i  * -  > j! ���*��� .  *  * -  SUNSHINE COAST  SERVICE7.-';..,;,:  Specialized Body  ���]b';- Repairs! ���  *f"FREE ESTIMATES *  xx    waspN creek)  : ^PHONE 885^4466;  mTm&m-v*0mmmmmmmM<9mmmmmmmmmm**0r-^^  \mimm\m\  EUROPEAN TRAINED BARBER  '--<,'-���     .  j -   - ' '        7b-'  You look and; feel like  A new man  Next to'Pool Room Sechelt  next  con-  When * tw4 friends have an  argument, I always seem to  meet the ohe tbat's right ^  Phone 885��9654  ______  iewd oivyour business leaders  mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmMfimmmmmmmwmmmm\  H.  *. y**^.. **  ,r >?   .^-t        *���  W     **-i4-^"*-   s  ***** **S-&   f "^  A    *  , * \  "J  look  lAitkf Fe@f  Like A  HOE STORE  Sechelt, B.C. - Ph. 885-9519  !       YOUR FAMILY STORE   ;  iSTYLE SERVICE AND QUALITY  ���\br/;.i  _��    ni ,   ai I  TBHiT ill irfWiJ  M/MUtUMUiMKUUfUJUM  There's riofhing like a  haircut By a niqst&r barber  fo improve a man's  appearance alia boost  his moraSe.  Freof Jorgensen has  since  1958 - He  hairstylirig and  any type 6i  pmmmmmmmmmmmmmmiKmmmmmmmmmmmmiimmm  *   c fo sieomi  BULLDOZING   SERVICE  Lqnd Clearing b^- Excavating  |Rood Building -** Clearing Blade  in Sechelt  master in  specialist  hahcut.  Fired Jorge mew's  BmberiShop  SECHELT, B.C.  \   Phone 886-2357, ;Bo?< 106, Gibsons  ^mmmmmmmmmmm��*mmmmmmmmmmmhmmmmmmmmmmm^rmmmmmMmm.  wMwm9mmmmmii#mimmmw��tmBwm*m*wmmmm  ���Commercial Printing  m  he Times  wmmmmmmHmmmmmmmmmmmm'mmmmm  mwzL  MOTOR PRODUCTS  (1957) LTD.  COMPLETE LINE  GENERAL MOTORS  CARS AND TRUCKS  AUTOMOTIVE PAKTS  BODY SHOP     j  SPECIALIZED REPAIRS,  * Z ". .   .      X'.  Adjacent to Your New Hospital  Sechelt, B.C. Phone 885-2111


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