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 y\sm?  \:i  L>*  *U  Authorized cs secc��d 7*b?css  the    Pcsf   Off .ce  Depcrtfcercf, Orfegwsl.  Serving the Sunshine Coast/{Howe Sound to Jetvis Inlet), including Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing, Grcnthcm's Longing, Gibbers, Roberts Creefe,  -Wilson Creek, Selma Park, Sechelt*. Halfmocn Bey, Secret Ccve, Pender Herbcur, Madeira Park. Kleindale, Irvine's Landing; Earf Cove, E3��icnr. J1F WEDNESDAY,  AUC   5, 1964���jfQc  .*��� L    . '-      _ ' ' " . ,      ��� ., - -     ".  kinsmen to hold!  offseason derate!  MANY -activities    beitg "7fsuspended at this. t!hie:fsf jfeajr.  Sechelt -Kinsmen   havet hif-cs  -*���*,     the idea  of  balding "3* d^sce.  ;    | * as a" means of providihf a .tide  "���i - ectertainmfent far daocf eftini-  ���?     aasts."   *}*" j    :t  5 . I     d     -  To be held August 1$ J& the  Legion Hal', -.it mill be fopjfa to  -,     anyone  wfchlpf .-to���sttisdifand  .'_}  . promises  ta  provide  ak -^see-i-  lest  eves&ig  of  fun. fSemees  of* Ralph Hams and ips hard.  have - been cbtz&aed .ajbd :|i  is  planned itt sapply light | re^-e*h-  mests at reasstuMe cfest-l  ' -    i ��. - '.f  This is set considers^ .a|fa.sd  * raising prfpect and-thf\$| admission charge is merely if- defray expenses.  :     -     i'    :.[  -  ' X    '. 1*1  -Lummcdre lightsl ���  school io theatre^  PROGRESSIVE ''mlnde4 rafe m-  bers of* 7the Sunnycrist businessmen's.- Association?- "his v e  agreed to J go ahead with .'Lisas  ta improve street lighting ffad-  Sties .along the highway stitching from ithe school. roadl corner to the Twilcdil Thiattfer  Five   merfcury   vapor _ .floats  miE be erected which |tillf give  increased lighting overja-lftrger  area than, old-time *Qjf__tA| acd  axe similar to *tho~e orderfd by  Musknpality of -jjikfbssf for  main street lighting Improvements,    -j I _;|-  - Cost cf Ithe Gve-Sghi ��Jt��II#- *  tion will be bourne byjtfetl bu*i-  nessEien themselves, nthoi'io tat  iffl__ude:-jrwin. M<^el|Jllphis-  stOse Sd^dl^'Sapez Viia.''pQut-  las Variety, Bon's Shies! Ccia  Dry Cleaners, 'Royal JS4fckI.eC  Canada,.todd's Dxysqotfli^Tbe  -Barber Shop. CfcarM- JE*s��luh  Ltd., Krtse Drugs, W|lt*| Centre Service. Saraycfestl. Motors, Danny's Motel |nd| Twi--  light Theitre.      '       t.  I  j-': - Familiarization: tour  PRIOR TO the inauguration of a new ferry for the Horse-  v shoe Bay-Langdale-run; Ett Gorman,' mainland ce-  presentatiye of the B.CV Ferry,Authority:brought radio  men to the Peninsula in-order to familiarize themselves  with the area in order To-publicize the event They are  from-left,'���John Barton of CKWX" ahd his'Wife Lesley;  Ed Norman, John Toynbee, President Sunshine Coast  Tourist Association; Red Robinson of C-FUN and his  wife, Carol.  Sechelt Queen  Impaired driver . . .j b  Worst easel in 10 years  Constable tells court  DESCRIBED BY a member of the RCMP Sechelt Detachment as. one of the worst cases of impaired  driving he had encountered in 10 years, resulted in David  M. Cochrane, aged ����, bf Lower Road. Roberts Creek,  appearing before Magistrate Andrew Johnston last Friday. ~* . I *"������-������ ������-���:   Giving ~: evidence    in    court, I an incidest_jabout 9 p.m_ Sat-  - Constable; W". .Destree said at j .urday, July 22, when be drove  m aiinsiiiiie  AUGUST 7 is the long-awaited day when the new ferry  goes into service on the Horseshoe Bay-Langdale  run, according to a member of. the B.C. Ferry Authority  visiting the Peninsula Sunday.  - Mainland representative,  Ed-  iiaa a ditch on Nor* West Road.  Charged with unpaired driving  he "was found guilty -ard fined  S26G. - ?  Corporal Nelson spoke on the  youth's behalf and ��s be needs  no suspension  Norman, deputising ior Rod  Fraser who is'presently in the  interior of B.C. .told The Times  "S.S. Smakwa .goes in:; for. repairs Aug. 4 and will be temporarily replaced by the Queen  of New Westminster.  "The. Sechelt Queen will be  taken from the Horseshoe Bay  ���-Nanaimo run to rjoin forces  with the Langdale jQueenV Augl'  6. The Queen^i cf New West;  ^minster will thengo onto the  Nanaimo run."  Mr. Norman said it is believed the two large Ferries.  will provide a sufficiently ade-  quata seoica far the Langdale.trip, although he had first  hand experience with th2 present  congestion wbsn  he fad  ed to get on the early ferry  Sundiy morning.  *; Accsmpanymg him ca his  visit were Radio men Red Robinson of C-Fun, John Barton of  C.K-W-X. and their wives.  Both press and radio will be  used to give publicity to inauguration of the SMhalt Queen  en the Horssshce^Bay-Langdale  senice, the two radio, announcers ware Therefore brought up  en a familiarization tour that  they. know their subject when  thay announce the event.  From Sechelt, where they  stayed for lunch, the party carried en to Pander Harbor and  the Egmant areas. They were  cccductsd during their visit by  John Toyabe?, Pres' Sunshine  Ccz:t Tcarist Association.  Active body . . .  Tourist  T  pursue Tourist trade  SUNSHINE COAST Tourist Association recently distributed about 125,000; attractive brochures, destined  for comprehensive coverage of the North American continent this is an increase of 50 per cent more than those  printed last year  This combined with the fact  B.C. Ferries are concentrating a large portion "of their ad-  veKtiiing ta the Sunshine Coast,  is expected to have good effect  inJ the tourist influx in the  future.  The association has also joined thi Greater Vancouver  Visitors and Convention Bureau, as a result their brochure  also contains; a write up df the  Sunshine Coast together with a  ms? including this area.  Th; esacutive have been active behind the scenes,, attend-  4ng   "meetings   covering   territory from Lund to Gibsons, and  have    attended    meetings    atr  KainloOps  and  Vancouver.  --While, it   has   been   obvious  that as a.united body so much-  mere can be accomplished, dif-  page 9  8:30* p.m 7 July 30, a local man  had reported havu^ followed a  vehicle along the highway  -which by it]s" erratic course had  forced two'- approaching autos  off the road.  The    constable    immediately | bis car tor work  gave chase and quickly caught J was imposed,  up  to the  vehicle  which  was j r-****���������.���������  weaving from  one  soft shard- j  der  to  the _ other.  During the f  time be followed  the  auto on j  it's    zig-zag    coarse,    another |  driver was forced off the road, j  Althouf^i his siren was going ��  aial red light flashing, he was j  unable to^stop the car until he j  managed to pass, at which time |  the drivCTcame to a�� halt. ~ |  . On investigation, D e s t r e e J  found the driver, David Coch- j  rane, to be impaired. He smelt!  strongly 6f liquor,- was coveredj.  in gravel and -had to hold on j  " to the vehicle for support. The j  constable subsequently placed j  him undo: arrest. j  Pleadind guilty. Cochrane ]  told the Magistrate he was un-J  employed f and was limited in {  his empayment ability "by a j  weak heatt. He admitted hav-{  ing been drinking beer In the*  Wakefield Inn.^ |  Corporal Ray"Nelson told thej  ma^irate, CTochrane had a!  record for las liquor problem J*  and recommended he be given;  a lengthy driving "suspension*  until such time he proved him-f  self capable of controlling his]  drinking. .4  z Prior to passing sentence^?  Magistrate Johnston asked Co-j  chrane whether he had read anj  excellent editorial in the Se-j  chelt Peninsula Times on Jm-|  paired driving, adding, -Per-|  haps if you had read it you"  wou!d~not have" been here to-?  day.**  . " . , -     - . f  Sentenced to a fine of S150J  and a driving suspension of two7  years. Cochrane volunteered;  for interdiction. He was grant-}  ed a month to pay the fine.   J  Mcdaspina unpopular * * . I  b *  Name for Healt  controversial issue  WHAT "APPEARED to be a nave by7 Dr. A. J. h  ham. recentlv appointed medical* officer of li _  health unit based in Powell River, to promote the-|ume  "Maiaspina" for?the new health unit failed to impress  councillors at last meeting of Gibsoss Cccmcil-.    f  had  DROVE   IhJTO DITCH f  Norman Scott Nelson of West:  Sechelt, a^ed 13, appeared be-J  fore   the   magistrate - following  Dr. Cunningham had previously asked delegates to attend a meeting in Powell River  early in July in order to choose  a name for the unit, ind mentioned the fact that Malasptsa  was favored by Powell River.  Name chosen at that time.  Malaspina-Pem befton, was  made Invalid on a technical detail, and it was decided to  make a further choice at the  next mecting-  A letter from the doctor.  read in council last week asked  that council approve toe.came  Malaspina. rather; than have  to .await the next meeting.  Apart'froni being concise, matters would be expedited should  they care to accept this name  now.      -        _���-"';���  Councillors unasisimtslr *-  greed that the naimr was hy no  means favorable to-them, and  voted -Dr. Cunningham be informed of their vi^*- and suggested a further Z meeting as  originally planned.    -  Couucfllar Sam Fladagar expressed the genera! opinion that  the choice of Powell River_was  certainly net representative of  the coast area,"while Councillor Fred Feeney gained tie-ap  proval  of  hi*   coifci-|^eS  with  .tbe sug^stios that a nLsaber  would be much .mere s.rasfac-  tary^ ���     j. '     ;  BULK PLAKT REMAIN*1  .-. Replying t* a r^.ics? from.  council that they rcnovt their  present 'bulk stcr_4�� I tanks.  the SheC OU ^o-parj- said  they had Qceup:-i-sy.z*'/f~tvezhQ"  ���?**   p��9��   f  Sechelt Air Lines z  expands operation  SECHELT Airhnt-f 6f fechelt  acnou^ed tod;} tisnr present  service *ill be"i"reaped sbcrt-  ly with I the *dd.:.r>n -t�� " their  present Ceet cf a Cea>na I S3 . -  Mr, Bin Bris^-a cf the airlines .told The T'.rr.tr-?. "This  Gve^sest* fully   e^ui?}��ed   plane  ,��ili enable" us-to cff��r ar. ��es  better seniee ta tie p-jbiic-  **We   already   have   one. five-  . plaee Cessna asd it ha? proved  as-    extremely    efflee-a^   air--  -craft.*"   1 ~    i"  - Pilot, I Mr. Gordle Garrett  left last! Friday for Tort?n^ to  pick up the plane \ihkh he will  Cv back thi*  week. ; _  ���' ',  !���...   ipm   �� ..ii i ..��.,.. ���,       ,|..��i|. 1. IJ   11   ������������    ������     ��� wil I  >HI    ���"���p��W    1   I   II   Hi J    !��� ���������!��������������  -:������:  ���'.-;  ir  :���-  ;/���  b1  ��  <���:  (  Xv  A  ���;  ���  #* ���  *��� -���  4 ;  t:'  f \  %  :  * ���  4 ,  J ;���  . I  / ".  i t  A  4  r  ��  .�������������.  "trr  'TJ*./-  **<0  **l\ j !       ' - ^  .  Page 2 Tho Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wed., August 5,1964   F0R SALE  :Z  4000000000000000  r��rM��MH��l��M��"������"��""""""'  gkS&mPENtt sutA^W*  lg**MMMM*-a*M-*-af*��rir*M*00*wmrm-*#r*i  t*0m*am000md*00000000000000*000��i  Published Wednesdays by Iho   '  Sechelt Peninsula Times Ltd., or  Sechelt, BX. ;  Gross Circulation, 1850 copies  Classified Advertising Rates;  3-Line AdBrlefs (15 words).  One Insertion - ���~...B5c  Three insertions ...... .1.1.70  Extro* lines 15 words) ��� L���I5c  %*  u..25c jextro  ������'i<  i  A.  Box Numbers,  If poid bqfore publication, o, dis*  count of 25c per'AdSrief ^s allowed,    Semi-Disploy^ Supcr-Disploy,  -end jJluo1 Chip Oisploy  1.50 per  inch. i  " ~" legol Notices: r  ' 17c per count line)(5 words) first  Insertion,  13e per count: linefsubJ  jscquent insertions.  Deadlines: Satuidoy 5 p.m.  ''Ip the evenr of a typographic��!  cmr advertising gcWs or serviced  ci o wrong prictj, goods or services  may not be sold oncf the difference  charged to the "nowfspaper.. 'Advert  tisina- is morbly ari offer to seltj  end   may   bo   with'drawn   ol   ony  timo.M  Advertising ii accepted on the con*  dihon that, in the event of topographical-error, that portion e^jtbe-  cdvertismg space occupied by 'the  crroneoui item, together with rcai-  ortable allowance for signature, Will  ��� rot be charged for, but the balance  cf the advertisement v^slf be paid  for of the applicable rate.   \  A composition charge is made- ifor,  advertising ccir&pfed and put into  WORK WANTED ConTd  PART OR FULL TIME'-  EMPLOYMENT REQUIRED  by reliable middleaged  jman.  Phone 8^-2122  HELP WANTED  APPLICA1  received  'IONS are now being  for  one  cook   and.  one '  janitor���Utility    |K>sition.  Apply for  strator  St,  Box 403, .'cchelt  -IS  Q.RRI  chelt art  ver Times  Stichelt Times.  interview to lAdmini-  Mary's   Hospital,  9795-35  ERS wanted in Se-  a to deliver Vancou-  Apply to Box $706,  9796-34  YOUNG .man to train as "ap.  prentice air engineer on .Sechelt Peninsula.- Salary to be  discussed on interview Box  9791, Sectult Pcnircmla Times-  9791  Help Wanted, female  APPLICATIONS are now being  received for the following positions:    Cooks,    kitchen    and  ward maids, laundry help. Ap-  production,   bur-conceilcd  befdre ~Pir  *or  interview f to   Adnunl-  publication. Change from original  copy when prtof is submitted to  customer is atso chargeable at art  rteurly rate for the additional work  ���   required. .\  _ Subscription Rotes:  "10c per copy, 50c per month (fay  -advance.  .cgrrier); .$5*00 per. year, in  Cofd   of i /.Thanks,.., Engagements,  -Deafhs,, Births, Iri Memoriom, Combing Events, Etc Per insertion Tup to  40 Words)  $J.25; <3xtra words, 2c  each.��25c Discount  strator,   St,   Mary's  .Box  403,   $echelt.  FOR RENT  }QM  Hospital,  9791-35  3 BEDROC  front,    <lty  lease.   Phone .885=9913.  9890-tfQ.  WANTEC TO RENT  publicoticn.  TA  %  XX.  "PERSONAL  PLUMBING repairs and instal-       area.  Willing to pay up  to  lations. Agent fir Stihl power^Rgiso". a month. Reply Box 9719,  31G, Sechelt. Phor  FOUND  :;-v-  * ?'  ONE    Budgicj    bi:  Bay  trieve  it;  ..< .  , ...v..w   by   paymg  Apply Tiie Times  if paid before      - Secbelt  BEGINNING of September:  In    ted  small hou ie suitable for 2 re  sponsible  adults.  Please   write  Box 9797 Sechelt Times. .9797-34  r  FURNISH; ID  home  in  Sechelt  ��aw&. Tillicum  Plumbing, Box    The Timfe;  e 885-2035.  9949-tfn  REAL ESTATE  lie-,   Porpoise  area. 'Qwier  may   re-  for this adl  office. 7  971(3-34  '���3^z   ACRffiS,   stream   through  property���: m   highwgyrTS  B.R  home,   f n i It   trees,7. ..excellent  soil. Part built cottage on property. Pho ie 885-9519.      9738-34  7 b  WOJtK WANTED  e.c, $75  SE1GE  .' r.  -~.r'-  -^Fields -r "Lawns - Gardens  2:     RO^ BOLDERSOM b  .-���".'��� Box 435b. Sechelt  X  -.yjX ,885^9530 7  - Please -phone  evenings! only  77piywocd,  9732-tfn    Hospital 85 3-2323,  ���������i  *"*: ">  ���'.'���/������  2 >iEWSJUBDl VISIONS  Eorls Cove  ferry termi*ha  Sujbdivisfori  I? on the  Pork  Madeira.. _.  |-larb��*#*  an  on.  - ad jacenjt  ijunshine  home on water,  ivater.    Yearly;  or   x near     vicinity���  Sechelt, BC.  9723-tfn  AUTOS I r TRUCKS  55 TRIUSiPH  motorcycle, 200  Phone 8?5-4457.  - 7   9800-S4  BOATS and ENGINES  GOOD facl ory-built 16' plywood  boat, 35 hp Evinrude outboard ant trailer. All for  $575:00. Mi y be seen at Bryan  Road^Silvir Sands Resort 883-  2630. .. -9799-34  outboard, .fibreglas  good hull. $350. Ph.  9893-33  Ccost  to Earls Cove  Highway.  lsi)-KWtOTS  Subdivision -p overlook  d Gulf -==- fl0%  balance  FORSALElB^OWNElR  '���>. down  Discount for  ing  PendeX  ���' eosy_ terms  :ash.  O. SLADEY��� tyad4ira Pork, B.C.  PJione 803-2233 or phone Nort fi Vancouver  984-4934  USED fridges, $29.95; $35, $69,  .$__. Used washer $20. Cottage  electric4 range $49.95. 21" Hal-  licraft TV $75. Wood 'range, /.l  shape, $5Q. 21" philips TV $85.  Parker Hardware, Sechelt. 885-  2171; *   9789-33  NOTICES  Baby chicks  KEASjONABLE OFFERS-  20' Cabiu, cruiser, 70 hp motor: ! compact cartop carriers;  adding machine; radio-record  playbr; portable TV; Bell piano;! oil lamps; lawn roller;  bathroom scales; men's boot  roller skates, size 9; 8* dingy  with oars. Walter Flay, Selma  Park. 885.9535.   i      :    9792-tfn  SMALL gasoline driven cement  mixer, Good condition. Phone  886-2354,  ' I 9776-34  I, George Williams Derby will                  ����� i.      |  no longer be rfetponsibte for TlnnllIa|, fllSDlaV  any debts incurred by my wife, jwjf ****** ��*��^****i  Helen-Marie Derby  ...     .       .|_G   W. DERBY  69o4���Pub.  August 4, 19Mb  PETS  IS  PUREBRED Basket  pies.  886-9301.  Hound pup-  9785-35  ���hureh  COMBINATION Jeep and chain  saW winch with electric mot-  br. IComplete and running, S50,  Bpx!978., Sechelt Times. 97^-3-t  FOIi; LETTERHEADS, envel  opes, statements, -invoices  and i-alt commercial printing,  contact the Times office at  88.V965". i      tfn  LEGAL NOTICES  Bethel baptist Church  Sechelt, ��� B.C.      - *  1   Sunday School 10:00 a.m.  Church  11:15 a.m.,  Prayer meeting I Wednesday  7:30 p.m.     \    >>  ������          I- -    "  Lutheron Woriship Service  Sechelt  Home service 7:30 p.m. 1 and  4 Sunday ot. thel home of Fronk  Hall, Porpois^ Bav Road. ���  Information phtnc 885-2008 or  885-2027.  . Sunday S  noon.  Poster 'John Ulmer.  ;hacl  11   am. to  12  e��  'I  Somctim  kyig  to   le  ing tin, il  to get  money, for  along  form No. 15 , (Section 40)  1 "���      -I    -  LAND ACT    '  Notice of Intention to Apply tc  i      Ptrrchashe Land I  i  _ In1   Land   Recording   pistncl  of YaKC0UV{?r an(l situate Dist  rictiLot 2739. i  TAKE NOTICE that >VilUanr  Jan'ic* ArUiur Armstrong oi  7i40' Belair Drive, Richmond  1J.C., occupation garage oper^  jftor intends t<| apply for permission to purchase the! following   described'llands:  Commencing ,at a pokl plar  approx. 33 chains Norti  and approx. 4 chains Egst iron  the1 South West corner of Dis ,-  rict, Lot 2739; thence , appro: ^  17 chains East; thence 21  chains South to highway riglt  of way: thence fiolfowiiig Highway 101 right of way inlapproj>  imaft'ly a North West direction  to point .of ommenjeemen':.  Excluding Lot '6758 and containing 13 acres, more or lesi.  I  The   purpose, for  which tie  land is reqt ir^d Is to . mpro^ e-v  homesite. - --  -  b   WM.; JAS.  ARTIIUR,  '    ...   j   fARMSTRONG  Dated July |6,* 1964.  "'. ."  ^05���Pub. Jbly 15, 22, 29, 6, ' H  doesn't take as  how  to  use  a  as to loarn how  without it. Take  instance.  it  arri  do  i  ONE of thc most endearing and  best-received Iby the kiddles.)  features of thc Poultry Show  during the Pacific National Exhibition is the baby chick dis.  play. ���       "  The chicks will bc supplied  by the B.C. Baby Chick Association and any other interested parties are invited to participate. I  The cliicks will bc displayed  August 31 through September  7. This year's PNE is scheduled for August >22��Scptember  7.  Chicks must arrive at tho  Poultry Building by noon Monday, August 31,  For further information write  the Administration Building,  PNE Grounds, or phone AL 2-  2311.  t  t  Lost property  in police care  FOLLOWING items have been  found and  may  bc  claimed  by applying to the RCMP office'  Sechelt.  - .-A  Ladies wrihtwatch, found jp  Sechelt;also a large ;^it-caso  full of children's clothing.  r -.  "I  /���  a.-BE  fECTED ON YOUR FOUNDATION    ;  Frorrj   $^247. ��� $624, down}������ $78. month  ME-LOK HOMES '  [:  Manufo|*rlurers of  ("ottbges r��~- Cabins -��� Commercial   and i  ^Residential Buildings 7  BOX 679, PORT MOODY, B.C  I  AA  -"I  Form No  LAND ACT'  Notice of  l|5:('Seetioi 40)  Intention to  AppL  L   ~\-  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  occupation  apply 1 or  the fol-  way  to Purchase Land'_.  In Liand Recording7 District  of:'[yahcott^rr j ai^ situate Disf  trict Lot?2��9;i  .TAKE   N'bTICE   that   ^obn  Audrey   Ciianinghahju of  Halfmocn.   BayJ   IB.C  housewife intend^ to  permission to]purchase  lowing describedflahds:  Commehcih^ at a pdst plaat-  ed 28 cliMns north and 5 .chaos  east from the south *<v^t carrier ef district Lot-2739; therlee  2K) "chaiiH Iscadh; thence  chains east: thence, approx  chain north to:| inghwf  right of way j thence  lit*  \Vest  highway 101 right of  proximately a  north  rection to point jof commencement jand cohtaining y$ ac^es,  more dr less.  Th^, purpose for which  the  land is reqdred7 is honesit;  Joan Audrey Cuojiingli  Dated Jun^ 29,  1964  9725-pubj. July 8, 15, 22,  wKs*  JwHtti��tiitir^ffliiti"^iii!iiimwiii��_fmminnifiiii��^iini!i!i��itini��Hiit^&^4  <|-This free reminder of comiiig/events is a service of  'SECHELT AGENCIES LTD. Phone Sechelt Peninsula  Times direct for free listings, specifying "Date Pad".  sse note that space is limited and some advance'dptes  have to wait their turn; olso that this is a "reminder"  listing only and cannot always carry foil details.   s <  ��� 1   - '   z . -    b*.   .  August 6���Coffee Party, home bake, sewing,  10 a.m.  |to I p.m. ot Heother Garlicks, Gibsons.  August  9���Sechelt  Recreation  Committee  Youngsters'  Fishing Derby,  Porpoise Bay. _.    '7'  Augwst 12���-N.D.P. Charted Presentation, 8 p.m, home  Dot Morcroft, Wilson Creek,  J h I      '  August 30���-Water sports, Gibsons firemen.  Waterfrontage ��� 7 Davis Bay  Over 150''-~ Cottage  .  .$^10,500 parsb for Jquick sale  See Bob Kent ��� Phone 885-4461 ;  KHELT AGENCIES UD.  REALTY and INSURANCE  Wharf Road Phone 885-2161  ���vl  .  -  I'  ***   ��J��*S"l-tS   -it t * .** i# �� *-��� v-*- SHERIDAN T.V.  Sales and Service  RADIO ��� APPLIANCES  :;   -Phone 885-9605 r  H. B. GORDON &  KENNETT LTD.  : Real Estate and  Insurance  Phones:  885-2013, 886-2191  PLUMBING REPAIRS AND  INSTALLATIONS  Agent for Stihl power sows.  TILLICUM PLUMBING  "       7 Box 316, Seehelt  PHONE 885-2055  WATER SURVEY  SERVICES  Complete- Water System Servico  L. C. EMERSON  Sechelt 885-9510  '   Insured 'Blasting   ���  Frank E. Decker  OPTOMETRIST  7.  Bal Block  Gibsons .  Eyery Wednesday  for_appointment  886-2166  Phone Sechelt 885-9669  PENINSULA  BU|LDING__SUPPLY  ^The'House With A Heart"  E. J. Caldwell, Proprietor  Box W-> Setficlti B.C.  Ray Newman Plumbing  Davis Bay Road,  Wilson Cree,k     -  .Phone 885-2116  LAURIE SPECK  SHEET METAL LTD.  Oi I Heating - Ftfrnaces  Sheet Metal  GIBSONS, BX.  -,    Phone 886-9961  The Finest In j  FLOWERS  For AH Occastions  ELDRED'S FLOWER SHOP  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  Phone 885-4455  PENINSULA ROOFING  ^Asphalt & Gravel    -  Buiit-fup Roofs._:  Guenther Barowsky  R.R. No. I Gibsons  CHAIN SAW CENTRE  ��� Wilson Creek   j  Dealers  for  P.M��� Canadieri,  Mc��  Culloch and Homelite Chain Saws  Complete stock of oil models  7     Parts and repair service.  Telephone 885-222$-  Phone 885-2062  ^SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  ^Electrical Contractors  Appliances - Electric Heat  '        Phone 885-2062  Automatic lawn  mower sharpening  Get/Your Lawn Equipment  "Sharpened Now  Irvine Benner  Phone 885-2292  TREE FALLING  TOPPINfe OP7REMOVING  ' lower Limbs for viev/.��  Insured wdrfc from Port Mellon  td Pender Harbour  Phone 886-9946  MARVEN VOIEN-  SWANSON BROS.  Septic Tanks and Drain Field*  Backhoe and Front End  7  UoderWork -  Screened Cement Gravel  Fill .and Road Croret:  -7   Prione BU-96U X~~  Box 172-Secbelt  Scows��� Legs  SECHELT ^TOWING  SALVAGE LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving  & Log Towing  . L. HIGGS ".    ;  .-' Phone 885-4425  StUCCOING-PLASTERING1  GYPROC JOINT FILLING  CEMENT WORK    .:���>  -'-.   b fay.-H-,-:":;"  H* SCHOENEWOLF  Phone 886-2862  V       ~TINGLEYS  W-HEAT  SALES and SERVICE .  for all your heating  requirements  4 Oil Co.'s Finance Plans  C. E. (Cal) Tingley  Box No. 417, Sechelt  885-9636 ��� 885-9332  CABINETS  CUSTOM WOODWORK  -; .--; ���-���-; HOMES      ,, *  '      Guenther Barowsky   -  R;RJ No. I Gibsons  _     ^hone 886-9880,  ���MjM_jF.il '-7'        ��� I ���!������ J |       I     I        .1  ~ NEVENS TV & RAOKT  SALES ^SERVICE  All Appliances  Franchised PhiRpsDeelers  '   Marine OriVe - Gibsons  Phone 886-2280  CUNNINGHAM     :  AMBULANCE SERVICE  HALFMOON BAY     ���  Emergency and ncn Emergency  "calls:    Special    rotes   for   O.A.P.  Qualified personnel        * .  24 HOUR SERVICE  Phone 885-9927  FIREPLACES:        ��� "������_  PLANTERS  FOUNDATIONS  WALLS���  A, SIMPKINS - 885-2132  Conservatives tour  of. Sunshine Coast  "Vancouver Progressive "Co n-  servative Association spent a  day enjoying Lhe beauties of  the Sunshine- Coast Saturday,  July 25, spending^ the" morning  exploring in and around Sechelt.       ��� j- _���  - After lunching In the district,  ��� members visited the-Secheit  Indian Village before proceed-  - ing to the summer home; of  Mrs. R. B. Sfclnni?, president  of the* association. .  Mrs. Lloyd Fraser and Hrs..  John   Whaites   made - available  their   gardens- and   homes   to  assist in serving afternoon^ tea  ,to the visitors  who numbered  . more than eighty. .       -;   .1  All   were   greatly   impressed  -.  with the -beayties'of this  region.  ..",-;  It-is hoped to arrange a fur-:  ther four at-a.tater date.  Exhibition offers ^  youth opportunity  TT.E -annual   Pacific  National  Exhibition is "many things. lt_  is a showcase for .sophisticated.  missle-age   products,   for  arts-,  crafts, -anefc-just as Important  ���for" the farmer. -. -     -  "    Entries  close August 10 for  individual farm exhibits at this  year's   fair;  which runs  ��rom  .August -22 to September 7,   .".-:  Articles entered In this class  "must-be  made from the products   of  Individual  farms   of  five acres or more, displayed  and_ grown by the. erhtfattor.y  Exhibits must be "made up of  at least 20, and not more than    I *"*- Fishy hat trick  40-^^ ^L^01 ** c?m*   HAD SHE FISHED much longer, ilrs. Harold Ndsca  SS/fS^'vSSS'   t -* '��� * Mermaid StreeL Sechelt. might easily have caught  ESdol�� ���o*I?ES: -herself a whale. Starting off with a herring,as:*bait she  . tnrai and/or horticultural pro--..-finally caught a nice-sized ling cod. before she cpttid get  ducts. Preserves are also per-   ?t in this huge-cod took a bite at the smaller hug "and. in  missible. * "     jshorttime the small boat was fullto capacity. Mrs. ^el-  Exfaihits will he displayed in   soawas fishing at _sor!West-"Bay in Company tvtih her  a 32-foot space. : zjmsband.  last" week.-     " * I        .' "."-M  -For entry, forms- and cmn-  plete ���_- Information,    write    the _  ^^^%^f^ *ssx I    Biffi E0TTLS - BEIfLBOfTiiS  Sechelt socials  MISS Mojca MeTavEh has re-  - turned to her home in Aberdeen.   Srf.;larft,   aher_ vising -  her ancle  and  aunt   Mr.   and -  Mrs. W. A. "Youngsnn of. Sar-hptt  Whilst hera die "paid "'a visit to  Victoria to. attend the wedding  of   her   ctkisia   Mr.   Colin7 C.  Creightcn. of Victoria; '.'**.  NEW ARRIVAL , ��=  Bcirn to Shirley F. dansen,  a daughter. In St. Paul's Hospital; .Vancouver^ Both mother  and child are doing weH7 Shirley is tiie-daughter of Mr. and  Mrs.  Ed  Gresa, "Selma Park.  I#  .V' ���  . ..  ���4  V  s- v.  25c do�� cash fori empty  BIEU SOTTLiS  delivered to our yard, et Wilson Creek. Will pickup 100 dor.-lots_of 2Sc per dcx.   -~ \ J"  - Follow the "signs at Fields]Road )'  RUEBEN STROSHEIN - Phone;885-2261 ~\  -, r*  i- i. ������  i  I ���  1.  �����"M*WM^MWW^^^f*t*W  N. W. HALL  Con tract in 9  Slieet Metal Insfolfotvon  03 Keet ��� Financing  8S5-9606 . Uckcfr, B.C.  ange ~0f,. Address-  RAY NEWMAI4 PLUME1MG,  HOT WATER HEATING        !    I  i ���  i  Davis Bay Road  Wilson Creekf  .1  I  f  i i'  L  Phone 885-2116  ECHELT  ERViCES  PORPOISE BAY  (Seehelt)  B.C7  Air Ciiaffer & Aircraft Mmxtmmce  Fisliing:  Hunting  Freight  Air Taxi  Contract Flying '  Sightseeing Tour$  Timber CruMiigi  A ir Ambulance  PHONE SECHELT- 885^9500 ANO BOOK {FLIGHT  i *  X  .-'ii*  - -fir-  -.''Si.  i'*  I.*:  i  *  I  I  K ^%ml?s^m^tpMe^  The time HafCome , f.  . to Ml o,XZny ^'*���� ��".'"!*�� "^ **~ **-*  Wednesday, AugMst] 5, 1964  A Fl  ��se ��y *����y o��ier ��w��r~- Will  --   . .'     ;_._�����������.  /-rtnti-rtverfii? has jf _..u:���^' will   nrobablv  be  brOUgm  up  ���� ��e^>-    �� . .    , , ���m  0f ,,         , . ., ,, if ���,   a  Further and' uhncj  rer* fS^name.h^sidcml ���  Jcesw controversriias   s^�� subject' will probably beJ***^  V   ..-  tj  J---:..i��r. trt Jet the    "_......'  :_u.   .vhnrn   it   Will   mOSt   IlKply  ,    _   .       Lf���7C   sartie suojev* ������� t��������'   --   . ... %   LXfoe cate' cont|mpf, <k a form of       ^ road of d.ai&Life's a  , now bio raised bjUheH^decis^ *    ������-l  -now uw.il mijvv. -,;   various community- representatives: tp suggest a-  name for the unit. '    I -   .  Writing on the wa*. ���- ���  .  letter from the Health Wnit Medical Officer,-. Dr.  A.7J. Cunningham to councils askirig that a representative attend jhe first general meeting in ?ow��ll  Riyer together with suggestions for a^nanj;. The  note added that a nam<i popular in Powell] River  was "Malaspina",       _i _  Quite- naturally, each district was alble/to  trying pathway  rough affectioi.  similar response. '. , lt jS- thelat ;er sense that his       *;_     . ithcr way to .where.  Tno��~��*ri Doctor appears io have created a F"ench-shaking   colleagues Leading wn.mcr ,  UIII*** ' ~ ** _         _..XW*     rMAfA    ft II  i Tell a group ai. empwy^y? ."**v     ,    :.   ~ ceal his insn  iuiv����j--v----  Jbeingifinally reached on   minutes.^ ^ ^ ^ ^^ Un^ ^ powefS    when helsiMks in thc house,    n6i lhti vjeight  appropriate, agreement  wi  "Malaspina   Pemberton."    This . dcsicioili   was  promptly quashed whe n a technical dets il was  *  brought to' tight rendering the choice ihy; did. "It  was therefore suggested a name be selected at  ~~thei next- meeting io be held in .Sechelt;  ;  Intrigue deepens vith a follow-up lettc r from  DrljCunninghafti to councils suggesting they agree  Sek*el* im|* ��e^is*s;: dream  &h.>  At, A* ,  ^t-.-O'  SECHELT, it .would appear,, is not a stiff ciently  j. lucrative area to warrant a dentist opei ing lip  a full time practice. Thjis apparently was tie vei*-  Tlicjt of a member-of tljjc profession who v^as ap-  prbached with the proposal he1 movecUinto the dis  ii!sl those who claim       i   mirror faCe reflects the  ���mid make for himself a more than a-Iequatc    I��V ....-,���vu, ��<��.* ���n with, a���  Mm  *<CSft��  &Wb  m���x  escli^/ - <- p  -   !   'Had the gallant Jentleman in question not  mentioned the monetary aspects,, it coud have  "tie'eri taken as dedication to the suffering which  ^prevented him leaving jthe frantic rush of a stuffy  city" surgery. His remjarks however ma ^ very  ^-obvious the fact his interests5"lie in an entirely  differentydircction. ^  This must be extremely confusing to the  average person who rieads of the way our re?  movers, jillers and photographers of teeth,:.,are  at^olutciy rushed off .their feet in their desire to  eaise human suffering./  It could be of course the perpctua rush is  directed to a far more personal cause ttan that  Of thc-calJ io duty. /  Of interest is" a typieirlcasCjOf a twelve ye  oJdjWho requirjid the jfillingiof* aj pernmn int front  togth. Thc denjtist made a cjursory jnspe< tion(  aii|nounced the j tooth 4vas relally pad, he >!ould ...  tuiilly fix it-jupibut it woulo cos'i about S70-S80.  -���'The parent whjq didnot ha^e that sort of money  M&eiMesftageg  i*bt;  ?xr��!%K.  A.."T  ..M. - .  "Mos) profile are Withered by  those\ passages of Scripture tliey  do 0i understand; bul .j . . the  passages that bothet m > tare those  Zl tltruflderstaniU', ��� Mark Twain  Afraid of the Dark  WHO'S afraid of the dark? lhe teacher askcl our class  one day. Half of Jhe class bashfully p it up" their'  hands. i "  - Probably most of us have, now butgrovn our fear  of the darkj but .few can say in penetrating honesty  lhat they have no fear of the darkness of the future  beyond this life. i    ���   _    ^   ' -  Pahill, In a prayer to God said "He knaweth what  is in the darkness and the.liglA dwelleth wth him".  .. Christ $aid "I am, the light of the wold, he that  followeth me shall not iWalk in darkness, bu: shall have  the Ught of life" John dl2.b  You,.will not be afraid of Ihe darkness of death  M the '"Light7 of Life" i$, with-you.-A person: il encounter  with Christ dispels thei darkness oP sin. Il gives us a  glorioys hoperhoth present and future.  7   "You need not be afraid of Ihe dark!  Jo- _ . 1.  X'..-.-;- Pastor J. Anonb^PentecQstatXhureb,.Qibsons  unttt, without bringing in tne numgug vii ����....& ���1V    ���._,Tr__.  nunierous people argue over evih more humerous member for jferdun. *  names, the situation would havg never-arisen. MackasSjey lis fluently biling     roughness  [���Tell a group of employees they arfe being ual.but n^akek no effort to con-  - �����    -���--. ~-j *��,.;��� Jrt���iH he ceal his iIrish   ancestrj���Piuch     pressing stone  --    . i   \._��i  ,jt^   L__vi   fiinf>h   hft  VI liiv nviiv��HVfv i  Tk.  his son fitted with^ne false tooth.;This  to Say,* no new tooth was ordered  His next'move was to approach a  could muke for himself a more than adequate    pecteu aemiM. ����� a ��v,6w ���   living anil consideringjthey bemoan the fict thc^  time the youngster was qt^kly fitted up with.-^ ����J wno ��!��_"�� ���* Yoiir hiddcn back.s {n darkntt9  are overworked! in  the cities,  one  woud have    a tooth for 517. ' vcrdUii   In   the   First   World     hung  thought Sechelt/could ihave offered a wenderful ^        We jmight therefore sympathize with the city War sent mjre volunteers over- oiriMoon, you have through  man^for after all, why should he settle in Sechelt seas tn^'n  any  community  of    ^gcsBecn  for an above average income when thire is so similar Usizi  in  Canada,  said . fo ,  f     e <ictr<.Kt  mtieh to be accomplished in.the terrible t dal wave g'tlfeK-1^"^!!; Betimes. ^ day ^ circle  of! human misery  overfilling  the  c,t>   waiting ^TO\; ^he ton,* of    **��*. Z  I��f)m- war ac^'George (Buzz) Beurl- Betimfcs, by night: you can't bc  found!  those in Ithe western world  "fjnay be wrong,  butJishallTiotbesdwrong  XadioMltosay,  what I belle 4  \e tdbe 'tight?-'���  ���s-JOUN ATKIN9  Thai  Jnify  s Lynch,  Vanc|uvir province)  And sit beneath an all forgct-  ling-lree  Where a Singing Fountain inur��  munf restful song  To bells soft whispering sweet  harmony'. ��� '  x! .������ ;   ���  Let perfumed roses cast iheir  spell" of fragrance  Where sordid cares of mind  '  dare pot encroach  Time, would smooth lis  ss '' '  Kot true, not true, false Ego's  at this gate.  /    in mw ^��-v -. ..._ powcia     When he speaksln the house,  that be-would be welt advised to settle pnl a num-1 which is skdoin, he speaks in    '7?m   .' ;,_���.,, *^���r.h (nr  ,ber and forget ithe name. This is the suggestionEngl.ish-aiidjit was English he A,^"^"r *****  of a number of councillors who feel it would be used $. W tf ,most F^vif tSit J^.vi fi?i him tnf,,v;���.  u   ���     i j ���.,    . , ��� speech yet heard from a back* Shall never find him knocking  much-simpler and considerably more cpr cise.       bencher   i  , ; It Would also alleviate what is presently an Mackasey  extremely undesirable "impasse. all parts] oi  -I ing Red lEniig^i supr         _ .  the   Co^ei^attVe   benches, oh.-Timeless One. who all  When hdj finished Prime Mini-     ,k*   ,���wt;���,��  ,   , ster   PeUn  fcraie   over   -     'hrough 1 .me  was forced to have the boy's tooth extracted. shake hi Mnd. . ���������->  '   Later on he approached another member     Mackaley, wh<> first came in Soon, soon your veil of mystery  of the honorable profession with a view flo having the Houib ii| -1962 after serving Ripped from your face my man,  -    -��� r_,__ .���,u  TV.cli'mi* the*3*- an ��� aldilrma^   in   Verdun,     will be!  |in|   th|e   flag   debate.  [rew  applause from  ^ ^tSft TaTheMoon  n,s sun inuu ��.w.~  A l'ime,lh&- pointed out (Hat Vrdun is.Que- Oh.7Changing On  colt was to be between $60 and S80 and needless tecV ^d [-largest ^^...^^    djmpled smiles,  well rtes- videiiamomfsl those who claim  One, with  its  people   blraost   equally   m- VVhp. waxcs fat( (hen wanes,  sun;  ing.  It ha$ twa U'gion branches��� when C#odless ones, and others,  jsk. i^sijh;. n��������" ������ who },fK' on of whicli stages a greaMiar-     trcad  ���     bccun.to speculate that the two mam branr ade cach yj.ar to commemorate _y .      our shini���g facc  ches of con unism might be on thc verge of "bury- the Ba}je H Vpres, while the  snutl���if not an outright diplomatic slap in the p^ple^dlffk-rent in many ways  face-r-^for Communist China's new-fotnd friend    "Thcjy arc two peoples im  "and^chamgion, President De>Gaulle, ore can but patlehl with each other some*  -��� .-*., .t._ *��_..:..�� ..:J���*,Jr, ,������,��� rtiXrt nroffr. timCS I  ana cnanipiuu, numuu i^v ^..i..,.,, ~. ���* r   assume that the Soviet aircraft wercigiveh prefer- times  Way of hard-headed business considerations.  99  as *Qii��td  but  assume-mai mc wvikv ��������..��^",w.-|^.--.,. r--���   L,���thG1.i ..liyed together, prayed   .- ���    . ,.    tl%  ence for technical or financial reason;. Yet re- ffi^HJS at tlmo have ��nl��s precautions are taken to  gardfess of why the Caravclle was passed over, ^ght togkher, people who re- "yoid it. Staying out m tho  China has proved conclusively that the d ioiogical specj; ^eacfh* o^ei- always in ��iin too long, without proiec-  rift with Russia is- not so deep as to stuid in the complete (freedom   and  always tion for head and shoulders, can  . . /food 4, ihoushl * Jg. ^m iiwr.  arc othcf  j , sincere people 5who  are imoti-  vea^ aco as a young lad I was helping nn old man vated by a lack pf understand-  Published Wednesdays  at Sechelt  on B.C's Sunshine Coast  ,   |j;jd   tx;cn    ""'"��    *1 ����.����������� j,     a--��� bv  .w. ���...,..                             ,n            .t.,.11-., 0f ihe Pe��Ple wlf0�� tlme a?er H?"��        Sechelt Peninsula Times Ltd.  famous dry-wall builders. Q'd Ben was theliast ot ine ,u ,j,,���, r��ar,ftHi��n.his��nt^ _     ._,    _   .  .  famous ory-waii uuuuwj, V(,�� ���-.- ��� ,--.- ,,.    ine annai:i ui vaiiaumu-uioiuij,  line We had dug the trench wide antl deep, three feet or have- provea their allegiance to  more so' that the big fojnKlatipn stones wou d be below Canada,, Lhcir respect for the  the fr'ostlirie' Slowly the wall rose. The old mm was very Commonwealth and their toy-  paSar about each rocked chinking piec^To an ^.^����^�� *��J  impatient 1ad the old crafoman was unconsciimably slow, o^he  Commonwealth  The idea of chinking rock* below the soil  ���"-*- ^ uons-  particularly ipksoine. "Who's going to_,know  chinked or not?" was a boy's question. Thi  old marl's  astonishment was genuine as he peered over hj  "Why," be said, "I will���and so will you."'  ���Hajjdn Pearson  SUNBURN  HAZARD  Sunburn i* still one of the  -whol have Uved to- ha3arUs ^ a mmmei holiday  as Canadians;  There   are   those " in   this  country  vrh'o  regard  the  new   ���.���-,.  flag   $��   an   appeasement   to **=��pcctaljy during the middle of  F r c 4 c h-speaking Canadians.  There (are some who think this  way jwhcLare motivated by  we  can  only  feel  spoil a vacation, causing pain*  fill burns and actual sickness,  especially  the dayl  *mmmmmmmmmmmmmmr*mm0mm^a-'mmm***  Secheij PeninsulaY^^,  the "annall of Canadian-history,   *,,'v"v,' '^  airface wis tioris.       .  ��ZM'  -I am jproud to be part of a  French-sjeaking  community.   I  I would ask all who are listen  's spectaeles. ing not t) fall into the trap o{  hatred. I would ask them not  -see page 10  Sechelt. B.C.;  Serving the area from  Port Mellon to Egmont  :<Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet)  Douglas G. Wheeler, Editor -  S. B. Alsgard, Publisher  Subscription Rates;  (in advance!)  1 Year. S5 - 2 Yekrs. $9      *  3 Years 113  i     US. and Foreign $5.50  ~**********************���***.^  fe ��jelma Park chatterboxing  ���from here ond there  jVlSiTORS AT the residential school past week, Father  [ Dillon from Seattle. Brother Murphy from Kamloops,  .-"With his sister and her daughter who is visiting from  Scotland, and returning home via New ft'ork in a short  4imn  Life ; ���  "time  j   Hay    Billows    also    at    the  �� school, back from three weeks  [safari- into the north i and way  plhces   .   .   .   Father J MacDon-  . nel back from his tri'pTcast . . .  I Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell of' Selma. Mr. and Mrs.  Anderson of Horseshoe Bay.  friends of many years, meeting  after the war days, they were  together on their visit to England, buddies from -the war  days, much to reminse on "the  good old days"-* .7 . Back from  their jaunt into the interior,  Myrtle Braun, with, her small  (tjne, and "Gladys Clarke; with  her three little ones.: Had' a  wonderful time camping out.  received loti of help getting  their, tents up and - down, one  camp -Green   Bay   Resort,   in  It is a earning area, and if  you don't get over there in the  morning, you can't get a swim,  almost unbelievable, but its  true  .  ." . :..--"..  An article in an English  magazine intrigued me . . .  there Is a boom on "*ptckled  onions." a Leister store sold  sixteen tons in ten days . . . A  lot of onions. ; .;  Seems people are coming  bafk from trips abroad with  spicier palates, which the  pickled onion pleases . . . and  folk who once felt onion^eating  "Wasn't done" now no longer  do it in secret���they're coming  " out into . the open. A - survey  shows more male addicts than  female, but when craze bits a  woman it bits hard. One in a  \i'*;**w**,\*   ����.,��  ...�����^^_*.,t  **.*. -    woman li mxs  naru. uueiu *.  Westbank, gave wonderful ser-    .     . --*���--, ���--.-��� ..  ���.��-i-.-- -.u���.-   ���,���,,.���  nf   "hundred    housewives _eat    on-  -   ���       -      - *-�� _ _ ji  vice. High. in "their -praise of  these places *..- ".._.' Met Ruth.  Lumsden of Sechelt," married,  now in Kamloops* and doing  fine, Mr. and Mrs. "Lumsden  there also and both working,  things look very well for them  > . . Nice to hear of our local's  making good . 7 .  I, Weather behaved well enough  last week, so that folks on the  beach around Selma held a  beach party with about-40 in  attendance. Elsie Foster* reports, a "good time was had-by  all" * -. . Lots of fish being  caught around there, in-fact we  had .some lovely salmon for our  supper, thanks to Elsie,-much  appreciated ...  ���Mrs. Yates and her sister,  Joan, from Victoria with her  mother Mrs*. Sparrow/ rented  a boat from Mays boat rental,  at  Porpoise  Bay,  had  a  won-  ions for breakfast b . . Good  start for day, what it does for  you I wouldn't know . . J\ like  onions- too, but. not for breakfast . . . Many will remember  the days in England when the  Spanish onion, came due. the  Spanish looking men peddled  them in long braided, strings  hanging   from   their   shoulders,  a real treat for us all . . .   Have you a pet, a cat or a -  dog, that . ydu_ have had for  some years, and aren't you  rather attached to it ... Of  course you are, then you can  sympathize with Mrs. Tim New-  combe, who last week; lost her  pet, through - sickness t a. cat  that she has had for 12 years.  Met her on the,street, and" she  was really feeling bad. I sym--  pathlzed with her for I lost a  pet, of seven, years, poisoned,  and -1    cried.    Somehow " one  derful   day.- Surprise   of   the/       -         .  fishing trip, Mrs. Sparrow = should .never get attached to  caught the fish .-.. . Mrs. Elea- a*1 animal._but we all do. and  nor Carter back from a week's when they departf rom us. are  vacation, just "rested" I '. A really get broken up. Some  Mrs. Liste away to Four-H club folks can't understand this, but  do,- in Cloverdale, with Mr. ��� jts . a fact. ,guess folks think  and Mrs. Skyte and boys. More  on this very fine club-when  Ushe-returns.  ....  Mr. and Mrs. Ed Green,  proud grandparents-this week,  daughter Shirley, had a daughter in Vancouver ^  animal   lovers   are   ������touched"  ...'. . but it's a nice little bit of  insanity . ���;* . -'  7 .We had a little fire last week,  no damage done, it was at the  "dump" .A ."What do"you feed  a "chihuahua? . . .-I'm stump-  A saint by donlg lovely things  or watching late with Thee  Or dreaming in the dawrJIght  or stormins heavens gate  Make   me  a  saint  by  getting  meals   and ; washing  up   the  . plates - -   ��� i    " - -  Although I mast have Martha's  hands.  I have a Mary tslnd -  And when I black the boots  and  shoes,       -^  Thy sandals Lsrd I find  I think of how they trod the  earth.  What time I scrub, the floor  "Accept this meditation .Lord. -  I havent time for more  Warm all the kitrlvn with .thy  love,   and   light. It   -with   Thy  peace  Forgive  me all my worrying.  -And make my grumbling cease  Thou  who didst love tot give  men  food-  In room or -by the sea  Accept this service that I do  I do it unto Thee  Had an idea to phone Pat  Burns. - Hot Line ". . . re oar  ferry "system ,~. . but after  listening to the' brush off he  got- fronr "Flyin* Pf^fl*" . . ~.  Don't think he'd get* very far*  with our problem ... Maybe  we should phone PhU ourselves,  as a little voter, he might listen, then again I .guess be  doesn't need our vote - .".So  were right back where we  started from. Notice in paper-  that we are still oh "Winter-  sebeule" .. _. Vhow long O Lord,  how  long  ...        -     -.  The village last another one  of its oldtimers, with the death  of Janet Louie, aged around  76. she had-lived here most o  her life . ", . She is survived  by her son; Alfred August, who  is now- chief/three daughters.  Mrs. M. Blais of Egmont, Beatrice Hcwcns of Chilliwack.  and   Diane   Marks   of   Sechelt  ... Funeral services held at-  Mission church. She was*buried- in Village, cejnetery. Sechelt   .  .  .; M3y   she   rest  in.  peace-. _ .  Point to   ponder  .  ...   First  * evaluate   what   you   are.   what  you know, what you have and  what  you  can do  .  .  . before  you look into what you are not.  don't   kRow.   don't  have   and  cannot do   .- .  .  The Sechelt Peninsula Ttmes, Wed., Augm^S, 1944 Poge 5  * ' '   i ��� . ��  f -- i - t  Rehekoh A/ews     |       "-="  |' \   _-   ���fcy. Aritji  WE THINK you may be interested in Smother project  I of the Oddfellows and Rebekah*s which is so tic.%sr  tojthetr hearts. We refer to the Peace Gardes vihich Is,  located near the geographic centre of >*orth Amenc*.  consisting of 2,300 acres of beautiful pack .land donates I  by Manitoba in Canada, and North Dakota in the States.  .   Work in developing the  gar- '    ~       **** !    "~~"  dea began in 1332 and progres-    lovely. picnic tat thai bcaruf;.!  sed   slowly   until   the   end   of    spot Secret Cove. Also a .\cty  World War n. Various parts of    fine     smorgasbord     lunch    *t  the garden have bees sponsor-    Highcswft.    Stlm*    Park.,  .t.j  ed| by garden associations,  d-    home  of  Use; S&bie  Gram  %-C  vie and fraternal organizations    the Lsdge 751 and Ms %de.~- '-I*J  ari  eovernmeittal departments    Rebekah District Dejxrfj  Prr*i-  rof jboth nations.    =���       J derrl Mr. aai Mr��. Ivm T   F.  -^���The   entrastrc   'gates,   spon-    South. !        -*- *  soted b>- the fisfependeitt Order        Many frieriis outside tit- o-"-  of|  Oddfellows    represent    tbe    der enjoyed ihe day   will   Mrc  largest   single   contribution   by    lodge, abo N-Ipmg to acjjr-.^t  a J private   organixatloa - at   a    the funds.      j  Tcost of SW.OCO. These gates are       It ^s been a vrouderfJ *c*r  to| be dedicated sooa and it is     j^^  ^,33^ Qn  fee  Su3��.Ljrc  expected that one hundred thaa-    Caast, chief if *hieh *e th fk  -sand Oddfellows and Rebekah*s    &^s_ J^. preientalsan of e   ih  from aE over the North Aiseri-    j.ear jewe-aad-*ife tr.cmber-*z?  cap. continent  will  attend.  .Presklent J/shhsan and Prime  Mnaster Lester Pearson have  been invited to make the formal addresses, aiso^tbe Governor of North Dakota -f.nd the  Premier of Manitoba^ are expected to participate.  j**or the past^seyen vears the  Intenutioh Music Camp has  provided a summertime cultural cestre in the garden'with  a|5ne program of concert rr.u-.  ���sic.  iVnd now to the local fceoe.  "'Saashine���Rebeksh's  enjoyed  a  to csa- own <?scar Johft^a  We. woaM-rb*. .reirijs if *e  did not mrndanjhe Uiuie^ Na-  tiaiH r>ifg\��r^rgff w hen rr. hty  yaucg P<3^ visit the l"rr<d  Nations heafeuarttr�� Ti:*- ���:��� !7--  gate this-year ��j.> a j..-r4  lady frarr. Pa* ell g.\er C*>ra  Glecdmsing. jwfco" hfz-^^z.: t m *c  n:asy-scde* |of her t.ir- *--- a  WT-ndferful .rr{.c��rt to ;r.< * ^ s  that made it; possible  Hot   dog:  "The   KibA-x   it  AA  dogs, hecau-e it Irrd- t-.<  that hites.iti  .*.-!  SiMDSLiSTIli : PAHTifp1  GARDEN  BAY  BOAT WORKS  Mechanical & Electrical Repairs _  '        A COMPLETE LINE OF BOAT REPAIRS    .  Garden Bay, B.C. Pfcone 883-2365  r in Vancouver �� . . a   v������^.   Away to Squamish last week- "ed,* it's the  most finicky Utile  end,  weather; perfect,  and the monster to feed, it will go hun-  traffic on that highway really -gry. for tio days  at a  time.  SCHOOL mSTRKH- No. 46   (SECHELT)  VOTERS'LIST      j  ��� /.  something , . . Alice Lake up  there doing roaring business.  They tell me,, folks take- their  families up there Friday night  Irget their spot, and "pop,"  " comes up on the weekend.-  Beauty Salon  Seehelt  Evelyn Hayea  Above Pwf OtKca  Cutting ead Styling  Tuesdoy to Soturdoy 9-5  - "Your Sfoirwoy To  HoirBeouty"    "  Closed July 14 and 15  Phone 885-9525  because it won't.eat the same  things two* days in a row . . .  Any suggestions? ....  . See Mr. and Mrs. Sinclair,  have their house already built  at Davis Bay, hard to believe  that it could be erected in a  couple of. days", .- ..���guess that's  the way to do it,, no fooling  around there . -_. See Mr. and  Mrs.' Charlie.Carter clearing a  lot around that; spot, it must  be contagious ....  I read a little poem the other  day* and I think it-4s."very appropriate, to all of us "Kitchen  Jockeys", by Klara Munkrei:  Kitchen Prayer -    -'*  I/��"rd of all pots and pans and  things,     -  Since I've not time to be  MAKE SUMMER DRIVING  WITH S1IBERLKNG TIRES  We also stock GOODYEAR BATTERIES  For Volkswagen Parts and Repairs  -  Expert Steam Cleaning    -A  _   Call at   7r  SOLNUCS SERVICE  r Sunshine Coast Highway, Robert* Creek  :  r.y- Phone 886-9662 *  Quolified persons, other tben property cwnersj-wrsh��*r\g" tc have their rz'-oi     "-  entered on tfie List of Electcfs for 1964-65 mu^t i-Ae the.necesscry Idecicz'.zn  with tRe.Secretary-Treasurer of School District Mo. 46 (Seche?r|, Box 21*.  Gibsons, B.C.-from whom "declaration farms may be obtained,, t-e^tre 5C--  pm.", Monday, August 31^1964,   -A \        '     -���  RESIDENT ELECTORS-!  British subjects cf |he full age of twenty-cne years who a re te'. ����"!  and who have resided continuously fcr'nat 'ess than mx mcnthi wi^-i  the school district irrmediate?y prior td the submission cf j^'e'^declGrcttor.  provided for in Section 69, end whose names are net entered on'the -I i*  '. cs.o^ner-e'ectars. A "'  TENANT-ELECTORS��� ! j  British subjects cf ithe full age of t^enty-cne veer* end ecrporo* cs  which ore ond hcveTbeeh contsnucusly ;for "net less then s;x'ynonrhs tr-  - mediately prior to jthe submission of the dec^arcftiori ^zrxy^c&i *ar  ���*-  '-' Secticm 69* tenants iri bccupcricn of -real property "within" the cchoe!    *  - - -    district"ar��i whose names or the ncmes cf which are_n_ct entered en t-c . I  :" list as owner-e'ectori cr resident-efectcrs,   _ | \  CORPORATIONS are not cutomGtieafiy placed en the list end tH-jseo--  ing as owners of property" or. cs tenenr-electors must a'i^o hip a *r.'  authorization ursier the seal of the ^Corpora*ion naming seme person of  full-age of "twenty-one ">��ars who is a British subject to be its agent en  half of such corporation.!Such authorization shef! be fifed w-itr. the Secrete  Treasurer not later than August 31, 1964. -    . j -  Names, other than property owners, will net be ccrriec  'brw-and ftor^ r--  year's Hst without a person mcking a new dectcrcttcn m cccardcrice with  Public Schools Act,        } - \  - X I"   - .  tec*  t'-c  I-**.  t~.e  SECRETARY-TREASURER j  SCHOOL DISTRICT No. 46 (SetThtlt}  Box 220, Gibsons, B.C.  . ���*- 1  1-7.3  -   1  -.  ^mu^m^M^Z^^^^M^^^Xi^yXX. Xi ������;#': >i%- - r \ ���    -    r  The Readers Right  .'���']  Memorial Gateway  RECENTLY (COMPLETED at;, the jGirl Guide  Camp, would be .pi^my by, compjjri-  Roberts Creek, thik Gateway "to this Camp Chapel -is son.-Certainly Ottawa's Mini-  a memorial by- the Point Greyp��iv4skn to one. of their ster of Financje would lose so no  members,7Jean Sharp^ who was killec iri an avalajache 0f his authority over monetary  at FUeld in 1962, Designed by 'Mr.- H. I). Adams of-Rob- and fiscal poiicy in Ulis coxn.  erts Creek J^vhd "Blso bompleted the intricate carving, try   t  construction was- by Mr. Norman Franklin'.. ** -    *' , X  ;ri"./-.'-:.^.���A,XL__T.i_____ ,- ' i z ���^���_        The  senators, therefore hive  a tough., decision j on, tl eir  hands. B.t*. must haye at least  one new bank. Do they apprive  Laurentide ppvate bank application and give Mr. Bennett's  ,   ,, , _. , , , =, application the  cold shoulder?  J>^llA^l4Y^Dd.^rp\^cial ^rentiers appear before Parlia-   or should we have both? Ei-en  ment.  Wneft they" d'tf there-tnusf obviously be  a   if the premier's'applicatiot is  great deal at [stake.;-This was true recently when Premier   turned down, parliament   will  i* W. A. *C. Bennett append before the Senate Committee   **"> doabt continue to struggle  bon Money arid Ba^kin^.        ^ -!������-���     Wltn this P���Mem in. the months  Salesmen uninvited  Editor, The Timest,  ,Sir���I have been pestered a  great deal by -canvassers and  .sales people who are knocking  dn my door1 and ihe doors of  my neighbors.  "Many of our pqoplt? are in  poor health, aged and incapa-  citated4 to get up from their  beds and chairs is quite an ef-  fQlit.  It is the. "habit I of these door  "knockers ' to ,eh*,e:' the house  without being; ijivited, and I  am Warning through the medium of yjovu- paper that:���!  will, without pretense, call and  prosecute anjb and all people  who enter mjj' dojntain without  invite, through thtf channels of  police   and   laiv.  I   I win also assist | in evj^ry way,  to discourage j any andball peoi  pies, who entejrl upan my premir  ses to solicit! funls./sell, barter, tradp, canViis^ etc. My  lands are i welt pp'-ted and warnings _ar$! conspicuous within  sight of alt. j I'-''*  People with! jwhom I do business are mbjstly local mer-  chants, with their interests and  roots set solidly \ in my community   they istarid behind the  ���Opinions by our -Readers  not buy from these Question  Mark Salesmen/and solicitors.  6ive your mcmey to charities  that our owniocal needy benefit from. Ana-If you want to  sell me, or/have me contribute*  to a local; worthy cause, use  the  mails;  7       ��� MARKUS HOOK  Erroneous ��  statement  Editor jthe Times:  Sirs���Regarding the statement  by Mr.tE. Green in the Sechelt  Times of July 22 that jquote;  "There isn't tfven.a place for  an ambulance to back in and  deliverlit's load.** 7  This statement is inacurate;  ambulances and cars can drive  right up to the door.  .  ���1 . ��� INTERESTED  Hat that tits  Editor,7The Times:  Sir���May the Lord] protect  me from amateur reporters.  I would suggest your Gibsoiis  *  reporter buy  a new hat. The  old one is worn out from talking through it.  < ���J. L. Gordon,  r    Gibsons,  B.C.  products  they Sell  an  honest deal  their  tax  do|l!arS  Jack Davis, M.P.  ,y  ���*  -7  .     > ��� .  :    . '-��� .  XX.  ":;���  ��     Premier   Behnett,-\yantS^-tojj^e|c'*ser^c4F.Why not therefore  I? start.something ne\v. Ht^vyants' mbbili2^ the savings* bf British  % to "set up a bank with a 'differ- epiumbiank for this purpose?  f.  ence. The difference is th>l the jwhat   bLthers   the���senators  Government   ih   the   RifH of ,J0St is     hat    Mr     Bennett's  the Province 6t British Colhm- ^ W0Uli create a precedent,  bia will be hj charge: It N|U-" i��[B.e. lus its own provincial-  own  the   largest   single- bto^ ly t-ontrol.ed  bankTbQuebec  is  ahead.  1, and give me  I  benefit  by  as  does  the  entire   cctmmunitst,   so,   let   us  All men are created equal���  and endowed by their creator   \  with iin insatiable urge to become otherwise.  of voting shares. :_t-will tatsi  appoint the chairman and 'half  ~of "the board of directors. Does  _ this    make    it    a    "po|itical"  ~" bank?   Some   senators   are  inclined to think it does.  Most people �� agree that \ve  need more banks. We certain-  : ly need a" bankj with its headquarters on the_ west coast���  Vi*hat ha-s4>ecOmtf'of the world's  biggest bank, ithe Tfia-nk of  America, which- has its head  office jn "California? Now it is  R.C.'s Iturn. Canada's fastejst  growing province, with its ovrn  bound  to   follow . suit.", Ontario  would   be "quick   to   say   "me  \too."    Otljer   provinces   would  5io doubt fall into line as yvell.  \What wjdulsl ihis do to Can-  tncial   structure?   Ot-  unper   our   constitution,  lplete    control * over  I banking���now. What  happchs' o this control if the  \Vealthfesi   provinces   are  able  For- 6n1y pennies  tjo   set  They wi  thing  we  p their pw-n banks?  be bigger than any-  have  known  to  date  In tius qo\ntry. What happens  ces channel all of  unique requireTftentSrneeds be|t-    jheir   mj,fjicWt   departmental"     T^^jj- ~x L -l  mcrMal  business   into-^^aCld DeaUty and  fers?\And  what nap-  many \local  industries  it desirable, for political anc flther reasons, to keep  Itheir ac r'ounts ^itli these provincial 1 anks?  . Not oily would private enterprise b< squeezed, out.. of the  field, bit the Bank of Canada  Corporation of the Village  I     of Gibsons Landing  TENDERS INVITED  Tenders tor painting the Gibsons Landing FirejTlall  will be accepted.at the Municipal Office until Saturday, August 14, 1964. For detailed information  contact th^ Municipal Offjce. TM' lowest or any  other bid nipt necessarily accepted.  JULES A. MAINIL, Clerk  per day...  6 exciting new ways to  beauty  convenience to your home  , Today, you can ely'dy the luxury of niode rn "tclc-  ph&ni? liying" at a (tost you'll hardly! notice. The ��|  dainty Starlite �� (1) i 5 ideal for bedside iipc For thc  hard-jajT-hefiring there's the Amplifying iLtidset (2)  with adjustable volur ic control. Latestldeajfopbusy  households with -more than one line jis! the Push-  button Phone (3). ; I  The Speafcerphone (P) lets you talk aiidlli  your hands free. Tic B^tio Portable \5)  plugged into any conveniently lpcatidl wall jack,  indoors or outdoors .Your phone Bell lis replaced  by a melodious chi p& tone��\vhen ycjiu! install the  Bell Chime Unit (<^, ,      :  All phones come m. a range oflovcly colors. Mon  thly charges work oi t at only a few penr ies per day,  Get full information ��oft by calling your Jjl.C. TEJL  ,Bu����iess Oflic^.y "  ttta-with  cah be  t.m;.  WTPl  M TISliCQWWIAmiFhQHECWPAtir y  Good future . .-��  The SecHelt Peninsula Times, Wed.. AugusbS, 1964 Page 7  f9-ZZ+-  isioEi ohh ioresighl  iispii*e coiistriiction  ^.-ii^'T-*"-"'    ���-'.", :,-l.v^**���  ^       -��.,    ^        i it |   in " > B,   | ^  -    *_^ t     �� ���        ��� ���  ���*   t  ���r "  -��SfS*&  PEPARATORY plans which commenced a year ago.  culminate this week with me completion of two well-  planned and constructed stores, together with an excel-  : ent medical centre. Both. buildings are welcome additions as well as a credit to the community.  I Foresight 'and vision promp ��� ���   .. ? j---, ,^-*-i #���< ^^*i^i^Zt^itrz'zz 5&%r-2fl  ing construction,- great credit  is due to the.workmen of Ben-  inett A: White of Burnaby. who_  "are also/rbuilding the new hos~  pital. .The work has" been completed to schedule and Mr.  Richter expressed his satisfa-  tion with the way thc company  co-operated in order to .assure  ted Ann and Vern Richter of  Itiehter's TV to proceed with  their plans for i the ' new medical centre and stores, although  considerable discus*>iOn involving tenants and construction,  as .well as municipal bylaw details took up mahy months of  preparation. :      .       - . . 4lcu m wiAv  pChe proposed construcUon of    completion on time  the Tiew   hospital   made  clear. -  the necessity of a more suitable medical clinic and ai-:  /though a dentist" was approached with a view|to taking up  practice in ;the area, he de-  ' cided ragainst'coming in, with  the view that Sechelt was7 not  sufficiently   lucrative,     r  Tenants for'two stores and  the medical i unit were soon  found^however and work commence.  "VWMta  *��� J.  ��rs*?*r  L*.-���-������?-*'  p\ - -*  t  t-  f  .     T        - '���     . "     .   /;'������      t^��>" ������-'., ***** --V *V  ������*���.-*'; I  ��� !���..- "���" 1      - -�� ?�������� �� f-        ��� **' ' ;   fafcr��. ' 'i *���'.'*'  -.*%:-"*--" *��� ' y *  .-:i ��� :>'^!'i>f:-:Hv^-*-"^7:-7bi77r*n-7/:-^-i:.l  it - ������'���-  ���*:���; -hr*n'.--- IhU-iv������..������*-�� .'P?-^-:-';'*b-  n'L. ^'.b.'v'^: ^.lL^*^-.';^����aii'*-i-j��i4  - -1 ..-���:*��"      -���-���   .-- ^-^-^rnr^-b'b'--;-!4-^*'-r;., ;  ������     - - " " " "- ~~   -     *   - -- *    -'-7-r*     �� *V i-��rfJ-#'*f0r," -      i  i SPACIOUS  CLINIC"-  i    Conveniently; located on Inlet  1 Avenue, the medical centre is  attractively   constructed   inside       and out, conveniently designed    Candv Shop.  Seesjbig future  facing Sechelt  ARRIVING-at Gibsons as an  immigrant 13 years ago.- Vern  Richter and his family stayed  six months before settling in  Sechelt. Since that dme he has^  added 'considerably to -the  growth of the community.  : Accepting any employment  available, he gradually built up  his present TV, radio and furniture  store  with  the  adjoining  for both patients and staff  alike. Double doors at the rear  offer-easy access for stretcher  cases and the building, comprise  es a���total of 15 rooms. Three  sets of consultation and examination rooms, three wash  rooms, business' office- waiting  room, d a r k room, surgery  room, service room" and storage room. The; entire interior  very nicely decorated in plea-:  saht pastel-shades.b_b  MODERN  STORES _���'  The two stores are about  1,500 square feet each; the first-  now occupied by the Toggery,  operated by Mrs. Joan Hansen.  The 7. second will be opened  shortly as a butcher's shop. ":  In "moving into her new premises, Joan looks forward to offering her customers the faci-  "lities of a large store with improved services and a more  comprehensive  stock. .7  DEADLINE JAET  Despite .the  fact  certain  alterations   were  necessary  dur-  - -'V  ^jmjmi*<t<i^  WMM<WM*WW*WM<WWIMWUI*MWMWM*VW^  CONSTRUCTION COMPANY LTD.  Extend their Congratulations to Mr. Vern Richter  on his two new buildings, the Medical Centre  j   and Store Block* j -  We were most pleasedrfo have constructed the ^buildings  which-we feet will prove a credit to Sechelt.  Bennett & White Construction Co.j Ltd.  7488 Gilley Avenue - Bumaby, B.C - HEmlock 4-7211  Confidence in the future of Sechelt combined- with the fact  the new- hospital was slated for  construction, inspired him to  plan the construction of a badly  needed^ up-to-date medical centre as well as two new large  stores.  Tenents" were soon found,  plans formulated, ami today  both buildings are indeed a  credit to the district.      " <  In order to7 meet deadlines,    1 ^ ' I    " -     .    . -;.,... r    .  it Droved impossible to -set lo--   ���^^y*^**^^***************^'^*'^*******^********'****^'*'*'**^*^*'^^ >wiww********^**4*+**\  cal contractors for the" "project. '    -  ������ -      - '    .  it Was  therefore  necessary  to .  . obtain an outside contractor. ~  Mr. Richter feels he was for- -  tunate in obtaining the services .  of Bennett and White of Burnaby, who despite the fact they  were on a major contract withij  the new hospital, were ahle to  complete_ both huildings ih schedule.      .'.,    :.;--   ;^    - " ";  Only the best has gone into  the construction^ Vern feels it  is to the advantage of all to  maintain high standards in both  exterior and interior, workr.  N^UICIMI  "THE TQGGERJ  OPENS  IN ITS  NEW  LOCATION  in thc Richter Block  WED.,  AUG. 5th  We invite customers, old and  new, to take advantage of our  OP WIG SALE  MANY MANY BARGAINS.  FREE PAIR NYLONS  ..   with each purchase on  Opening Day.  lii^iiiiiiJiiiiiiuniipM  ���OPfW*lr*KWirt1rWt^ UBWI l H  Quii Congraf ulations j  ;-��� ; j"'"    to ; /;" ��� -���' " j"     "  Joan \and Andy Hcrnseh  x   ." -'   i    J b       of :'��� ��� "1 :  The Toggery |  on moving td their new^ premises.  We wish theni every success in their new location.  ���"v* - VERN and ANN  RICHTER J  vnrmm i wvi'ii'W'HWT't'iw'iHVitTt i  - 5 "  OUR CONGRATULATlQNi  to the) Doctors Swan, Burtnick,  Peatkau and staff, on occupymg  ��� ������ .   t     - - ��� r _ i     .     \    -  their new Medical Clinic, j  VERIShand ANN RICHTER j  <^ww��M n >i m i. fc��i.*< ijuj ma tjtnj��Atn\t*ti*iit**m**t\*t* w t�� i ��� i  WL^MUJ^.MJtAK^*'****'**'  l^^^WM^m^^&M!^^^^SWzM'i0f7d  t ��� - - ,1  Page 8 The Sechelt PeninsuIoFTimes, Wed., A ugust 5, 1964  Ottawa report  ���71  PWI ��|M nyi"��W   ��� ������*)! ^|iW|WW*<^^" ���WWi'^ ' F^< > M1JW Hmfc      * "T  ��� *..������ .      .     -  .f:  I -     *"  1  _ ��� The News' Ottawa bureau  OTTAWA���A forecast that Canada is rushing into an  economic recession that will reach it* low point in  the centennial year, 1967, ha's aroused interest in Federal  government and in business circles.  ' The prediction is not one toi  be  discounted  because  it_ has!  just -been made at a j "Manitoba!  labor-management  seminar hy,  a   former   outstanding   federal-  government   economist,   DrJ  ~0. J. Firestone -who left government service in 1960 to take  a 'post^as Professor- of, Econo*  mi<s aVthe University of Otr  tawa. - - ^  Offsetting his gloomy predio  1 tioifof a setback in 1966-67 Pro-  ,-��"������     ,r  :*.���*-.;,' x::V:-*_\ tr  t" -i;X  ,   "��� �� ;/. .���'       v *   - - v - -    i* , ,   1 ;  .:.-:..'���:. '" v*V?-*XX\X, '-.-.'j   ;������ ��� ��� ;  ���- .     *    \-    _'. -'A*.  '*:*>.      * r       .   ���-,  charged that Mr. biefenbaker  had violated tie" confidence by  making it pul lie in the Commons. -���   ^  Now Dr. ,Fh estone has- made  another  forecast. The general  Federal govern-  sts   is  that) the  feeling among  ment  econom  present outlodk is for  a j continuation of hi ;h level economic  activity. They do not anticipate  _ _       any   serious   recession.   How-  fessor* Firestone* forecasts Can!- ' ever, they cchcedc that., there  ada wilihead into a new booni might be a snail, but short re-  period after celebrating its > cession, in tw<j> years time. But  100th  birthday,  which  he  coij  tends will exceed anything ex  perienced in this cduntry since  the  end of the  Second World  War.  1   ..*    *  NEWS IMPORTANT    - I  ���Considerable importance is  attached to his views because  he was highly, regarded by thfe  late Rt. Hon. C. D^ Howe who  was Minster of Trade and Commerce., when,the St, Laurent  government was- defeated. Dr.  Firestcine_ was also associated  ���with. Mr, ,Howe when the jnini-  steir held the portfolio of munitions and' supply anc* later was  minister- of reconstruction In  the post-war period,   ^  b' Dr. Firestone w%s one of several economists advising Mr.  Howe in those day;;, and one;  ^f the very few in Ottawa who  Targuedlh^Lthe peace would tie  tfolloived by an economic boom  in panada. Most economists m  government and in business be-i  -lievid that the.end-of_,4he.Sec-  OniB World "W^v^dbsee^  'world-wide depression.     7"=" 1  Mr.   Howe   listened   to  Ttr,  as yetjhey claim there is no  evidence that such a recession  looms on thi horizon. Nevertheless the government is watching for' any signs of a down-���  turn and is n ady to take coun-  1 iter measures]  PRICES UP  The gross ijafional proijuct in  1964 is likely to bc between six  ��nd seven pei cent greater than  it was in, 196*  reaching a peak  of between ! 45.8 and $4��jbil-  lionf com pan d with $43 billion  last year. Pr ces, -he notes are  up somewhat In 1964-they may  be on the average two per cent  above 1963. llenee the GNP in  J1964 in real terms is likely to  :be between "our and five per  I cent "above the level of last  year.  Dr. Firestone said the present  .expansion-p lase^.-which began  in Februaryl96rjs now in its  1 fourth7 year^ and that there appeared to be siifficient momentum in the Canadian economy  to carry this strength over into  1965..'However, he said'thiat because we ha ;e not as yetttearn-  Firestone, liked what he heai-dj? ed how to control the business  ---���-' cycle in a b asrcally private enterprise ecoi amy, some showing  down in eco nomic growth may  become api arent in 1965, Mr  even late in 1964. Thisiwdild  and; decided to gamble that he  Twaf; right. Accordingly Mr.  IIo��e laid the_ government's*  plans for post-war recpnstruc-  tiorf on-��� the:" basis that thirp  would be prosperity. Dr. Fire-  Stone was proved to have called  the shot correctly, and his reputation was made as -far-jas'  Mr. Howe was concerned  In addition, Dr|�� Firesttjih  was one of the economists Vfh  contributed to the famed 'secret study" that Hi Hon. John  Diefenbaker, when he wla s  prime minister, tabled in 1th 3  House of Commons. Mr. Bk -  fehbaker made much political  "capital of this study; claim ing  that.it forecast an economic  setback ih 1917 which the Literal government had kept hidd en.  The Liberals denied they liad  deliberately declined to disclose  the contents'of the report, (on-  tendiflg .tfiat it was a depurt-  menta'l" paper which -was presented to- the Cabinet on a  "<*ohfpentiar'    has! $.    Tftey  foreshadow  cession eithi  pf 1965 or in 1966 with tljie bot  tom-of the  being reach  The economist said that7this  meant that  Other year  longer to cc  be done to  in which U  should ibe  job meeting  had been d< 1;  the start of [ a rc-  r in the latter part  recession prdbahly  d in 1967.   !  Canadians had an-  or perhaps slightly  nsider what should  cope with the com  ing  recessh n.  With  this  time  make plans  they  ble to do ji better  the recession than  ne in the past.  -A,   - _  N.D.P.  CHARTER  PRESENTATION  August 12, 8 p.m.  A meeting oT the,Peni i-  sula -Democr<jts   Will  held, ot the home tjf'  Don Marerdft, Field R^T,  Wilson Creek.  PROSPERITY   FORECAST  Dr. Firestone saw sunshine  breaking ' hrough the dark  clouds aftei the period of 1966-  67. There w quid follow a' period  of prosperity this timeLmere.  rapid in it:; boom characteristics than mythinff Canadians  had experic heed in the 'decade  1957 to 1967, It would; bo prob-��  ably greate ��� than anything Canadians ha< seen since the end  of the Second World 1 War.' '  -In th^lats 1960s and into the  J970s then would be . many  young people born after the  war who woultf be reaching  marriagcab e ag6s. A m'arriage  boom woul I be [followed by a  babyTboom -Eaiad natuijal population grc wth is usuaJHy--'accompanied by increasesj in immigration ��s the need fclr more  workers be comes pressing and  prevail, he said.  Other factors will include  new records in business capital  spending, an 'urban building  , b o o m, rapid expansion of  transportation facilities a n d  public utilities, a speed up in  resources development and increased diversification bt Canadian industry. Firestone feels  that from among these-forces of  expansion the strongest I support to economic growth ih Cam  ada is likely to cpme from natural resources boom, largely  responding to rapidly increasing world demands.for raw ma*  terials and an urban development boom of a 'magnitude  nevfer before experienced in  this country. . I *���  Egg layingfshow  popular contest  THAT popular,   and   suspense-  ful feature of the Pacific National Exhibition's Poultry  Show���the.Egg Laying Contest  ���will be held again at this  year's fair."  ��� The contest commences at  9 a.m. Sunday, August 23,and  closes at 4 p.m. Monday,  September 7.        ���_  This year's fair will be held  from August 22 through September 7.  Five birds "*of one variety,  Cross-Breds and Hybrids included, constitute an entry.  Birds_may be of any age. To-  tal number of eggs will count..  Birds must be brought to the"  Poultry Building before 10 p.m.  Friday,. August 21.  For full inform atibn and entry forms, pick up a PNE  Poultry and Pet Stock prize  booklet, available at. the Ad-  - ministration Building on th#  PNE Grounds,  I  j        Fraser debris  ftLAlNY ACRES bf excellertt beaches are ruined with-the  piling up of flops' and debris, such as this stretch of  erfront at'Roberts Creek. This is probably one of  worst pile-ups in the district and robs residents of  jss to the bfeach. It is washed;in from the Fraserjand  getls trapped py tpe presence of the causeway.  wa  the  access  rr  mg  youn,  ( do.  j let  'tin  for  all  ithe  on  evt  Halfmopri Bay Brevities  SEEMS thaji eiefi with all  the fine wearjhferWve're  hav-  there's notH enough for the  ig psople flji Rcdtooffs to  One isersoni hat the air  out  of: tires! fm   the  fifth  ���z the: other night,. 6nce is  giVable^-But. ;five  times?  barn danc^j was h^ld for  Uie   kids . iti  th||  horns-  of  'Dr.  othier   night  There  this   cob .atad. testers' -for  ryene  to  eat  Wslcpme to 8JH\ aalid Mrs. E.  G. Tjensvold wfi.  ar^a at  Jink^ the  was  corn  sons, Ernie  -���News ond Views  and John7* who will both be  going to school at- Pender, Ernie ;at thsihigh school and JohiT  at jMajteira Park. They 7 have  csnW hera frain Haney. * Hope  they enjoy it here.   ��� *  Glad tofsae Mr. Bill Grundy  back on His feet after a recent  illness. 7  Passing; through with.-two  nice eatches. Mr. Bill Ringrosa  of Vancouver had been fishing at Garden Bay ands came  away with very nice .19 lb  and 10 It) salmon.  refahrkafed  f bges & Homes  on your lot from  $1070   1  See our  display.at Wilson Creek and  Mission Point. Z bf  Built by Pedersen Pre-f ab.  Write 15392 27th Avenue R.R. 4 White Rock  Or phone 531-3247  ������'������.-::  V  ANNUAL  SALE  SUMMER SKIRTS Vt OFF  HATS and BAGS Vz OFF  COATS and JlACtfETS Vi| OFF  BLOUSES ���$1.88  THURSDAY  DOOR-OPENER  ��*���* ���.. *'  >���*/���--1  ���/���.  from 1/3 to j y2 off  SHORTS - PEDAL PUSHERS - POP TOPS from $ "f^-g'3*  SUMMER SLEEPWEAR ��� $1.88  FULL COTTON^ SLIPS ��� $1^88  COTTON V% SLIPS U $1.29  SWIM SUITS Vi OFF  A ._..  DRESS  OF SHIFTS  IS & JACKETS  TO BANK1 OJ=  MONTREAL  ,-*.>+-:>%ASt-*K**\. -u��  t-!Ji*.*#-.    rv1*,-,^  .*      1  !  i  I ^���������jifTi-irTii.!. ..r.-��� ������\.?f...h.-^.,��.f.BB^l;j*iiS,����^.M.T,��rfi,i^..'��;.... ...... t~...��.,������,,,, ..n ..,,.���,,. ���i,,,^.,,^ , ������,   ^ ,.-.. =-..���-;.. .-.....���-.^���.' ������...������������     - ^ r   ,, ���,.,.'.^.,...-...).  I  Vote for two X.  Itanilano Ml  esees ninny nags  SPEAKING RECENTLY; in "the Housed Coast-Capilano  MF Jack Davis, stated it was his-intention to vote  for two flags.���Hansard. Mr. Speaker, at the outset I  should like to make it quite clear that I am going to vote  for-;botn parts of the (two-flag) resolution.  I am going to vote for- two  flags.il am going to vote for  a distinctive Canadian flag and  ITirrm| ioirig to vote- for the  Union; Jack. t  I do! not make any apologies  for the fact that I intend to  vote"fOij two flags. I think that  wth'the passage of time Canadians will be indicating loyalty  tdt^iiumber of flags..--'--.- '���-;.-���  Foreiinosi. among'-these flags,  at leas, in the minds of those  who are international in their  outlook  will be the flag of the  United  They  Nations.  ' - "'* \--"X '  will be looking also to.  the flag which denotes our connection ;_with the Commonwealth  family of nations, the Union  Jack,* which is found in the  second part of the main resolution presented to the - house  several weeks ago. ���  They  wrill be  looking for a.  distinctive    national    flag    for.  T  _one in Quebec, which-most of  us iiave seen flying. It is com-  - posed of a white cross on a pale  blue background with- four  white" fleur de^lis," one in each  corner.  There fs a flag In one of our  other rather nationalistic provinces,  the province  of British-  Columbia. The flag .prominently  displafs~ the Union Jack.  There is also a flag'in Nova  Scotia. In heraldic terms at  least this flag dates back to  the early 1600s. ...-*-'  -These four categories of flags  at least'- will be regarded as  important, by Canadians. I repeat that Jbose who are internationally minded will tend to  look more to the* flag of the  United Nations" and to the Union Jack. Those who are more  provincial minded will tend to  look   to  our  provincial  flags,  iCanada,  the  maple  leaf flag7^__club emblems and so on.  the   flag   that  will   be   passed  during  the   current  session of  parliament.  ri There -will also be provincial  flags across this country. There  arc several, in existence at thc  moment..       ".7  Theie   is  one  in  Newfoundland,  ihe Union, Jack. There is  But there will be more than  one flag prominently displayed  across this nation.  MORE ABOUT ...        " --  Health unit  _from page 1���  since early 1930s without complaint and had consequently,  recently purchased the site.  Over the years tire plant had  been improved, changes In layout had been made and it had  been approved by the fire  marshal!. The nature of their  ���product did not present a hazard, their own stringent rules"  had been strictly adhered to  and it was their intention to  Improve the operation.  CoundnorTTadagar stated  the matter should be brought  up again at a later date, possibly in a year or so. It was  his opinion they should even-  ��� ually be moved. Councillor Fee- -  ney added, 'The fact they have  been there since 1930 ddesnt  mean they have to stay there  forever."      ���   - -  MORE ABOUT .  Tourist Assoc.  from page I���  ficulty has been experienced m  convincing many of the necessity *of joining the association.  Iti is naverthefcss felt, good  progress is being mada. Tourism jis big basiness and the as- -  sociation does not Intend looting cn.-  A spokesman for the group  said "contactlng_ members to  renew membership is a major  chore.    Altogether   there    are  The Seehelt Peninsula JTimes, Wed., August Sj 1964 Page 9  At Montreal . . .\ x 7    j  Mew Canadian GM plant  to employ 2,500 in 1965  GENERAL MOTORS o�� Canada will build* a passenger  car plant in. suburban Montreal, to employ ultimately 2J50G people. The building of a passenger car-plant'  in the Montreal area is part of a $12QrO0O,DGG expansion  program by the General Motors companies in Canada  annuonced recentlv.      -         - ���   1. -:��- ���--  y.-*$  ditional  capacity-to   meet   the  unprecedented   demands   of  Canada's    automotive    mariM.  The new GM plant will have  more! than one nuUIoa square  feet under roof. Git plans to  begin, construction within a lhe Quebec- plant will bos-st  few keeks on a 302-acre site ��� GM's passenger] car product j a  optioned by the company south    by more than 30 per cent. At  ggEgroag-BH"^^   ; - more'than two hundred firms  When - a    noted    astronomer    ^a individuals to be contact-  was asked Jf -he feared death,    ^  ^^ means ��everal v^sits  he answered simplyi "I have -    loved  the  stars  too  fondly  to    to some cf them, and a few are  be fearful of the night." really hard.to convince.'"-  *  of Ste. Therese and immediately on the west of the Lau-  rentian  Autoroute.  The plant wiU be-ready for  the production of certain. models lof Chevrolet and Pontiac  early m. the FaH of 1965. The  plant is expected" to employ  more -than 1.0G0 people initially and a total of 2,500 people  at capacity, i  "We are building an auto mobile-} plant in Quebec because  we believe that the province,  which is one of our principal  markets, will continue its cur- "  rent! spectacular growth. General! Motors sold 70,000 cars  "and f trucks in Quebec in 1963.  We expect to increase that total substantially as the province! grows in the years Immediately ahead," Mr. Walker said.  - "The new passenger car  plant will provide us with ad-  the same tlmej passenger_<��r  facilities at Oiawa are also  being expanded." *-;     - -  ���  The work force $f  the  n-wv  GM plant will be drawn fr&rr.  the Montreal area, Mr. Walk-  er said. At the start of production, the staff j wiU include a  nucleus of technical people  from ihe company's Oshc;,va  plant. -     ��� !       ���  -la aJditioc to the Montreal  plant, GM of Canada is tui'.I-  ing a p!ant_for be manufacture "  of interior trim at Windier;  6nt., asd a ecw truck chains  plant at Oshawa. The company is expaidlni its -parts  manufacturing facilities at Qih-"  awa as well as its -pass_er.;cr  car operations.' '���  Present employment by General  Motors   of. Canada   t-Ail*  ing 17,700  men and wcxnssi U .  at the highest level in the" cf��nx*  posy's   history!  . 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Other Opinions  frpm-TEcHtorial page��� -������     Xy ���  to   judge "QucBee  or French  TGanattiifby the  acts of ttiose  who [wftutd separate!oui^-c^uh-  try^thfee who woulfl build  | Port Mellon superyisors j  THERE IS k total of fifty-five (55) men on_*today's pay-  ��� roll vvhol were working ih the mill when C.F.P. started operating, in 19.iUH|is picture shows eighteen (18)  of these who are now wotki|ife as foremen or :in some  other supervisory capacity. These men are standing in  front of the ship load bfTpuJp lhat| contains the one mil-  :^X-,  fe  a caiej for separatism founded  /, upon l their own failure and ?in-  ��abilit}y jto adjust to the eyer-  '*dhanilhg"fsce, of Canada ^nd  ...Quebec. -   ' ' '     " -'. L .*"*  ��� '. *"'Tb visualize   tiie   day  "when  ^"anaidiins from sea to sea- will  have) J|arncd io rrespect each*  j��ther,'{ yes, even to love each  ,:6lher 'as w&"Hb in QucIkk; a  dayi when  Canada   will  start,  bade 6n?lhc road" to the, great  'destiny predicted for it byi Sir  . "Wilfrid Laurier.       ";,"*.  * 'This may not be seen In my  time7,-b|ut perhaps-it will come  . in my I children's time���a day  which; i feel will be hastened  by, our new distinctive Canadian! (flag, which wiU ibe this  parlijarhenfs contrftutie^n to the  lutuee! ^reatne"ss p^ Canada;"  ���Btjdget: A method of wtirry-  Ing ji^fore you spend instead of-  afterward,     v   7 J       1 ., \ JJ., r���,    ^_  Only you tuan  pnzmn *  roRisr  flHg��!  up   lionth ton riroduced since the) start-fup in 1951  Since1951 . * *  reaches million tons  ]'  7      "  ��� ��� '!   ���'    t  AT 11:00 P.M., July ������$, the mill at Port Melton mfanufae-  tured he \l,000,0#th ton, of ,pulp that hk$ been produced sim e Canadian Forest Products Ltdf. /purchased  thetnill in 1951.  e Sound Pulp XDw.  ; ��� Vt ���  Fromjtbol^dderW iciin|iing  in 1951, the port'Mellon bulp  complex ha* se^n rapid groivtn,  there being a iconstantj reiip  vestment (o meetj present! needs  and provide for future production require nents, "j..., |  Prior to 1)51 and going* back  to about tli c year 1905 wi��m  the first mill building Was bjiiit  in Port Mellon, aijd the first  ton of pulf was produced in  1909, the m ill ^did not have a  very successful history. From  the beginning it passed through  the hands o' a number of own-  'qfs. ' -    '   i  Wood pulj was first produced  in 1909 by ihe British Canadian  Wood Pulp &" Paper -Company  who securei I a provincial ohart-  er and wi ter rights oh the  Bai'ny Bivqr. They were \able  about  20  ifon^  of  soda pulp per day but the  Working' capital tasted only  9bout four mont us' before tbe  plant i closed..  From| the^t unlil 3951 when  Canadian Forest Products Ltd,  acquired the mil;, five compa-  'tiie,s had-attempled to operate  the mill with, little success.  Sorg Piilp^Comp^ny Ltd., Mid-  dletown, Ohio, USA, made the  most progress j during their  ownership from li^lo into 1949  when the mill j closed down.  They increased mill pulp pro^  duction from tmdCriOO tons per  day toahoul 130 tons per day  but were unable to continue operations" under the prevailing  market conditions of 1949, the  mill closing' down until taken  over by Canadian Forest Products Ltd. in January of 1951,  and   after  some  rehabilitation  started to pifoduce pulp late in  April of the Isame year.  Immediately, a major mod*  .cmization ajnd expansion program? -was undertaken which  continued, through 1951-54. Production, at present averages ^00  tons per day and this year's  program"will'.bring the antici-  ,y  pated outpu  dpy   of   fulfy   pleached   kraft-  piilp.  Th��j  they .knew  cities  so  and be-righ  supermarket?  th}y  to  7 520 tons per  oldtiijnerjj   were   smart.  where   to   locate  would  grow up  inside a circle of  PNE, produce  entries close  August 17  ENTRIES close August?IT for  the open garden vegetables  competition at the Pacific National' Exhibition,     .I  This year's rum from Aug,  22710 September 1, and garden  vegetable judging starts, at 9  a.m,, August 24.  Forcomplete information regarding kinds, quantity and variety xdj vegetables accepted,  write the Administration Building, PNE Grounds, Vancouver;  Wednesday, Thursday., Friday, August 5. 6, 7/  Sob  ILIGHf THEATEIE  _ Phono 886-2827  Alt-evening shoves: 8 p.m.  Children's Matinee; ScrttWoy, 2-.30 p.m.  Hope - Uono Turner - Jonij Paige - Jim Hutton  T Paulo Prcntl����  BACHELOR IN PARADISE]  iTECHNICOLOR - CINEMASCOPE  Saturday Matinee, August 8  Denny Miller - Joanna Batnett* Ctxeuit Dqnovo  TARZAN THE APE MAN  ITECHNICOLOR   r;  i  Saturday, Monday, Tuesday, August 8,10, 11  Woll Disney True Life Adventure  JUNGLE CAT  |     ,-   '     TECHNICOLOR   '::  Wosdcrful Natural Life History I  I'i  Round about the town  * ��� ��� ������By Ed Green  vE^E'RY.'NOW and then somebody rises and demands to  x know what is being done by our local organizations  to ��ttraet-secondary,TDr small industries to provide payrolls for- the Peninsula. The answer is simple. There is  nothing here to:offer small industries, no tax free land;*  no. cheaper power; no supply of raw materials; nothing.  Add to this -the -inconvenient connections with Vancouver  :bo|th in bringing in raw materials and shipping "the finished products out and it isn't hard to understand why  we will never have a factory or even an assembly giant  - hcjre for a few generations.  -.-... ; __  -     -  There are many who argue  -vitf- are in the midst of a logging  area so a modern sawmill  would provide a steady payroll  . lor the district. Even the most  cursory study of the situation  would prove .the fallacy of such  ' re asonihg. Sechelt hasn't got  the slightest, thing to warrant  the _cohstructtan of a modern  'sawmill; least of all a steady  si pply of logs.. Mdst, if not an  of the Umber around here is  <wned or. controlled one. way  oi the other by thij grant lumbering interests.     V   b  Th e.i r ever-spreading tenta-  , cles' haye strangled the small  logger   'sad  the  comparatively  small   sawmill   operator^   The  logs   are  here   but  the small  71 :   operators cannot get them.  They will cost more in stump-  age; alone than it costs the big  operators to- put them in" the  Water and in some" cases7 run  them through their super-modern mills. '   -' " v"  7 Not too long ago Norm Burley-and associates" spent a lot  of money to modify; and streamline the _mHI ^at Eorpoise" Bay.  It was a losing venture despite  greatly increased; \ production  because of-the difficulty in ob-"^  taining a "satisfactory supply-  of logs.and shipping out" the  "finished products. Every - stick  Ieaving^that mitt had to be put  aboard s^ows ami tewed to  Vancouver^fe^^the costs were  exorbitant. ;  Of coarse it is possible some  of-these costs could nave been  absorbed if the mill waste-such  as slabs, edgings^ etc.-could,  have been sold as hog fuel. Ab  machine to make this, fuel was  at the mill but it has been wtns-_  pered that subtle hints were  dropped by'representatives of  the Mg companies that this  practice would be frowned on  and might even result In no  logs whatever being^ allowed to.  leak through. 1  A bint is as good" as -a nod  from a blind torse so what  might ^have been a lucrative  addition to the "sorely pressed  mill.was dried up at its source.  Today that picture might have  changed but It was iood then.  There has heen talk of a chipper mill gains ia on toe Porpoise Bay; site. "Hiere is an  abundance of raw material for  a small, mill making chqs-fbr-  the pulp. "mills. There is also  an abundance; of water required for the. barking machine  which, despite the pontifical assertions of some know-it-alls is  not readily available without "  heavy- costs. Add this to the ���  cost of a modern chipper mill,  and it has to be-really modern  to pay and you "win have an  id��a   of   the  prdblems   facing  The Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wed., August 5, '64 Page TI  anybody but the huge "forest  products corporatmns.; .Th e y  are foot interested at present.  Some people have said that  since there is plasty of sand  and gravel available here that  the Tnanafgctnre~of cemesl products far7tbe tmHding trades  could be a paying venture:  This too is wishful thinking.  Wfa2e_ large quantities of cement building products haTe  been used recently around hare  the 3ocaI market could not sip-  port a plant of any sire. Once  again we have added trmght  costs to consider and it is hardly possible to put asy volume  of "finished products oh the  open market at competitive  prices. One or two persons here  do inake cement products but  not J enough to have any effect  on the economy.  This is not meant to be a  gloomy picture or a cause fcr  pessimism. The simple facts  are! that this area does not lend  its^f to industries except of  ���course, the tourist industry and  there our position is emque.  Fnmi Gibsons through to Lund  we I have everything to attract  the? ever growing number of  visitors who "spend hard cash,  and-   if   handled   right.7 carry  away pleasant impressions that  will  result  is] many   of  them  . settling bere Utter ca is, retirement. | :  The tourist dollar is -imperials.; the OMf Age pensioners  dollar too is just as important  because most, | if sot all. of &  is spent right here, Eadi year  briars more ahd more cl these  r dollars into cssr local ecoaaeny.  With this hTmiad ll mthf be  better to concentrate acre on  developing this potential than  worrying about Industry. Uader  present-'conditions the Pfctunsy-  la has eo place for it.  FOR  QUICK RESULTS  - USE   TIMES- CLASSIFIED  John Kind-Smith  Refrigeration  s     a  POST MHJLCN   I   I  TO PENDER HASEOaR  Phone S36-2231   I  ; =     I'  from 9 sja. to 3:33 pjn. (  Res. 8S&-9949 [ f  'ewd  ieu/3���ol youii business Jeaders  \*'mmm**mmJBm��m.mmm40mmm*tmMmMM*m*mMm-mmm*mmMM  SUNSHINE COAST  SERVICE  Specialized Body  Repairs  ��� "FREE ESTIMATES *  WILSON CREEK    '  PHONE 885-4466  \  FRED JORGEHSEN  EUROPEAN TRAINED BARBER  You look .and feel like"  A new man  Next to Pool Room Seehelt  iewlts  7  Oil Bistribntor  GIBSONS, B.C.  Phone 886-2133  t^mmmmmmm  K  IGARDS !  SHOE; STORE  Sedieltr B.C. - Ph. jSSS-tSifh j  Specialist hi foot care'*  REDIKULUS YOB SAY. J  WELL LET ME THLL YOil   ^  A lot of peopIe.would think Laurie hod <jdne Pfucnp  Grazy for-advertislng ot this time of year, but let me  tell you, the hard winter is over andyour furnaces  have had a busy season this year. Now is the] time to  have them checked and serviced so that they are all  keen and ready to go tor the next season. Aijd don't  forget we do4lots of Marine Sheet Metal Work also���  *Boats tanks/Galvanized Metal Work end alhost cf  household jobs. Call us for an estimate on your^ Installations be they home or commercial.        |  LAlfRiE SPECK 1  7  sheet! hetal ltd;  OU. HEATING & GAS FURNACES *  SHEET METAL WORK     1 . _  ]  !  j-  i  m-4<**-mm*+m*mmm*m  C. B. SICOTTE^  BULLDOZING   SERVICE  .    Lend Gearing ��� Excavating  Rood Building ��� G^erlng 6 face  Phone  E5S-2357,   Bex 106,  Glhse*s_  "i  Commercial Pritifins j  SEE    1 \  -  \ " r . i  The Times  Gibsons SSS-9961  if- ir r -f-* ***-r******  leiiif lifts��  i  FURNITURE AND PAINT  STORE  new ^histerfield suites  NEW AND USED EVERYTHING  COME IN AND BROWSE  SECHELT  Phone 885-2058  i*nmioft& extbxor  wmwrnB  m**0  Sheet Metal Lfi  4  1 ��ilHeatiEg   j  CasFon^aces  Sheet Metal  Gibsons  Phone 886-9961  >L-  PENINSP  MOTOR PRODUaS  complete Line  general factors  cars and trucks  automotive >arts !-  body shop    .  !  specialized repairs  Adjacent to Your New Hospital,  Secfcea^ B.C  Phone 88S-2IIT  ���  I  <  X  '*S|  l��t��3ti-'lf-*-3  ���  *,**;��* * ��<  j}H��SSI*��S  iT*~t *��-������ �� ��*����****��"  ffiTggg  SSS!  rWSTSSSST*^ Poge T2 The Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wcd.t August 5, '64  HippetY-hop bunch  THRY'l.l  HO ttU\V  A ���  ies win favor  un  of Fair children  pbjt'/j-f y stationary riul'lnii tin? fair, imt ovon  il|ijH-ty��hup Into the liuurtH ot tho (*hlld.uu  too. We're Hponkintf i\t thu rabbit show hold  ���   *;<(L~--J ."*-I'Hal.i.tf-rf-J.f Tw^i  fl-  il*  Gibsons water supply . . .  est Mils 'commence!  .or from Mnni*  weather-wise,  it piece of tar-  Manitoba visitors  VISIT TO TlllCbSiins'hlno Count by iH'lsl  ' tobn proved tf Utile " tlItsu|>poiiitli.f".  Jlowuver, with the nld of driftwood and  pnulin. these folk: soon mmlo themselves comfortable  around tho picnic liable on tho Sechelt b *aeh. They-artf  Mrs. Fred btcuhe. ison, front, and her two sons Jeff and  Scott, of Winnipeg Mrs. Enid Pope and With.'&*Lowes  ���of Vaneoiiver. All over (or, a visit hist Sjmday.  mitted to council.  CENTENNIAL RBPORT �����  , "8ugKcstlo��i|i are trickling / It  very titiietly.t said CounclHoi  Ftadagiir, chi$rmntt of the cen  tennial committee,, Ho thet  suggested tear-out forms bi  displayed In the newspapers sc  that people may jot down their  suggestions without having to  go to the traubje of wriUni:  letters. "Word of mouth is m  ami Mhtttt   In tho P01IU7 and Pel Steele UulldliiK durtnR tho/annual  Pacific NntijjiMl Exhibition,  This,yon *'H Iftlj' will Ih* hold    I,owit of Truutiliiln,  August JKM tiMlhmlwt 1, ftiHl  the- imbbll fintiv~tto�� official  show id this n. "1, itnbb.1 Hrwn  i>t'8- Aii8iH'l|dlmU��wJll hp broken  Into two pikln.   I ���  Tlie'.li'Bl filnnv'eoinpi'lstw en.  ViCft     Rttfl ' llol'S    IIIHl ' HltM'**.  which run Uu>  fnir, and alt  Ntm^twiflinl \Vhtttm, V  from AupiJHt '.'mp,    I  New Koala  live fl'}%.  Auji, 30-Sc  nd  tut  clan  it,  Aug, 10 foj'  First shdw  In the buildlni  tew eomprlses  Whites Jnehuilntt  running from  j?, i KntrtoH close  bath! siloes.  ijxWbits must bo  hot later that  me water  T&STj pBIkLSfor' additional ufells ha/e commefteed  -: in the- vicinity of the1 present Gibson:: water supply,,  but _rid_G'__.lohs-are Shot too encouraging al thought drilling lias so far been confined/to one of the- two chosen  locations. -       '-. ^"-yjj" *~yj7'"" ;���**-  ; Councillor Fladagar told hind tho ihiuor store, was  1 council, drilling had been car- . granfcd Shell Canada Ltd., on  rlcd out lo a depth of 40". Clay* conditions ttey - remove un-  1 h.td been hit 'at the 20-foot sightly 'd'ebris-bfrom tho site  i level  and' at 26  feet  a  slijght    fjrst, 4  ifl^w 'had   been-'encountered.      w��  .  ���..���,   ,.,* l��� ".a ty^  grilling had then "continued/to - .-���e buHdm   yd be 40 fee  40 foot but had hit sarid which    b>" ����� *ost t0 about $4'000'  should, havc "been gravel.  At this_timc operations had  -been temporarily sui "p-c: tiled-~ With the Oibj-ect of  .putting in a- Ore screen and  trying I again at the 26-foot le-  vlel, itp- is thought a7ftow from  the streafeb might be-'jobtjain-  etf with use of a pump.  Mr.  Fladagar _,assurtid conn- *  cil,  the. existing water  supply  good and peopli  down to  writli  just won't ge1*  ig�� ���'  he. added  referring-; to requests for con  tehnial propect  NEW CLERK  From ,$ hiimbbr of applicant?  twstTof village  ideas.  clerk has been  awarded Cbarlep E. Gooding of  ��*ourtcniiy,   Vancouver   Island  held  a  similar:  10 p.m., FrldakAug. 21.; Second show I ex tlbits must - bo  brought ln| by-'��� noon Sunday,  Aug. 30;   i !  First siiojw j  10 a.m. Aim,  udf?lng begins at  03, with J. Cyril  where he has  position..  Mr. Gooding has had 0  tensive "experience in munici  pal affairs and| has served a  clerk to "the  Courtonay  Com ���  cil for sdme y<  replacing!. Jules  tires this yea*  rars. He will be  fylainlL-who n-  IK  holding  Perjriil  of a steel  up satifactoHly.  SHELL OL WAREHOUSE  for  the  construction  frame warehouse be-  SEAVIEW  BIOCK  Mr. Cy Johnson madp a further appearat ce before council  with plans d awn out for improvements to his Seaview  block. This fe llowed a previous  meeting when he had been asked to explain his non-compli-  aiicefwith, tonditions of ''the  building code. Council had suggested at thai time he get pro-  "t^er plans dnvvn up.  Approval was given in prin-  * ciples to the plans, subject to  fully detailed copy being" sub-  LIBRARY*-GRAN?  Gibsons  cessfully  matching gov  from "council;  go toward a bi ilding  lance to be  appli id  $iso  use!  OFFICE HOURS  Decision * wa  opening hours  flee..As from  it," will be open  ly. Closing day  at a later date  public Library  sui:  for   a- $410  efrnment grant  of which will  fund, h  for books.  reached    on  df the/village ol  the end of Julj  five lays week  tb   ye decide!  .*�����  AR1  i  YOU LOOKING FOR THE BEST  INi A FURNACE?  X . . for the best  y at jthe \lowest  terms and  prices!  '."-'���'  No payment until "better will get a FURNACE-  MEN _ FURNACE:. For our p rice^ and terms" call  Collect 883-2643  oftcr 5 p.m.  SHOP THE EASY CATALOGUE WAY  at  - r  Greatest  traflfici-  the highways Js th<:  driver.        *  S1MPSQN-SEMS  _      ; GIBSONS ^  (Located irt'Thriftee Drygoods store)  -t      FAST [DEUVERY SERVICE  Cffders placed before 3 p.m. Monday  Back Wednesday  PHONE 886-2252  Sechelt - Seliiria Park - Tyilson  Phone^ Toir-Free * ZEnith  ipenafo  01  slowJ>ok tr*  wr,  jlirnllqit ol the  vnlrit'tlt*?! I'M't'jjl  Well, run  orn., lofi^  flnlliiij'..   Hi'HiwI   show  j'Uljilrm  will Martial _ i>,m, Ami. ;m,  with Mr. H. Viiwienl* of lllch��  inontl-1 offlvlfliiug.  *rhi��] pi-OM'nt AiiicriPiui Hnblilt  llriM'ihuv A����*r<flttiini�� of Amvrb  cu ��^mdnnl uk ju��i"fi'rtloii will  isovi'rii tlu' Hliolv. Tho show luun  AMIIA wou'llmi:-  For cumplcti' Inform id ton,  cliiwos hinl ii��iir.v forms, uli'k  up n PNM Houliry ami Vet  Stock ImoUlt'l'��t -tlu�� Ailinint-  uti'Mtloii milhllim on tho PNK.  iiroiimU. For furthor Infurnia-  tion, write the PNK Adn\lni��lra��  Hon Offlvt's or tdopliono Ah 3*  23U,  John Guti'nlMTfjr printed J��ls  fopious Bible on a simple hand'  oi&riitcd machine which t/oscm-  blod tlu;-old wino pross/of his  time.  ll be decorating the new  Co^oft store,, in Gibsons  NOW     !  \EOR WALIT Y  contact Harry Crowshaw at the  npw Co-op store or phone  886-20151  Youjfl like our service} and^you'll  hndl our rates most reasonable!  I i  CLEARANCE SPECIALS  Creek  6912  '3^-^%r*��*^^^^��AiB$J^   ��*& *��� ** ���" v^ a^^'-biUTrt?^ tt*^*^;j.  BUNK BED$,  New- ..'���.���.L.  TABLE (large) and  4 CHAIRS ll.__���  NEW CHESTERFIEO  Reg. $13"?.?5, .���...^.SfLE  Good selection of used  ELECTRIC RANGES....  FRIDGES  I   il  $30  COAAbiNATION 7  ELECTRIC and GAS RANGES  INTERIOR PAINTS  per gallon ����� ~..Xr  and.  jp  ahd  1   up  Real 6uy��� 4-PIECE ^<s-s^   #t__S_  LUGGAGE SET .:��� XaZxJ^^qJJ^  HOLLYWOOD BEDS  per set _��� .....X.  FULL LINE  PLUMBING FIXTURES  suet Ef?��s��  SECHELT     FURNITURE AND PAINT  Ph.  885-2058  STORE  1


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