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Array PRESTOS HCROFILltlSa SERVICES  2132 WEST L2th AV��.TJS  VANCCb/��n 9, X.C*'  fajthorfzed es" ttxced dcis  ewil   by   ike : Pasff 0*f��e  Deports****,. Ori��*��!-  |! Nc. 42  | Serving the Sunshine Coost" (Howe Sound to Jervis-Inlet), Including Port Mellon, Hopkins Lending, Gnamhasri'i Landing, G*Harts~"Rob��rts Creek,  ���-1 A'ilson-Crfeek, Selmo Pork, Sechelt. Halfmoon Boy, Secret Cove, Pender* Horboor, Madeira Park, Kleindcle, Irvine's Landing, Ead Cove, Egmont.^   WEOMESOAT, MfT. 30, 19*4   tQc  % million-dollars . . ���  e��cost est limits  ms coiincilloib  COST OF AN adequate water system for the /Gibsons.  district could run between two and three-hundred  thousand dollars according to the firm-of Martin J. J.  Dayton,  consulting . engineers  of  Vancouver.  Hopes for solving the -^ater "        ~        ~  baps .we could make some temporary arrangement.'* Councillor Drummond disagreed stat-'  ing he did not agree with tem-"  pdrary schemes.  Clerk   Mr.   Charles   Gooding  situation in the area with the  drilling of two test wells recently, were dashed when drilling failed to produce water.  Fortunaely no shortage erose  this  summer due to unusually  wet   weather,   however;   Coun-" advised  Mr.  Dayton be  asked  to attend a meeting with councillors in-order to discuss the  matter in ; greater detail.  Gibsons marina  ^blietnowjprepared  Dayton was    CHAIRMAN' of the Marine Division of the Chamber cf Commerce,  Gibsons, "Walt Nygren,  commenting   on   a   misleading  report that acre was a  holdup   in*plans   to   push   for   a  - breakwater in tits' Gibsons-ilar-  Iborr said last -week,  "such  U  not'tbe case." --. -    __---  Mr. Nygren told The_Times.  "apart from awaiting a map, I  have a bri# already prepared.  "There Is^no hold-up for the  fact aat w? have now decided-  -"it-would  ma. better idea  to-  /alter the planned location in order to take in ae council Coats7  "Council���approval, -will    be  sought at ae next meeting and  if  acceptable   to   counciL7 we  will-submit  our  brief  to-the  Minister_of Public Works".  . The Marine Division cf the C  of=C has worked Jiard on this"  " project   and   has   compiled   a  formidable amount of facts and  figures as well  as pictures to  would not wish to /come into a "^emphasize ae need of a breakwater board   He added.^ "Per-   ..water.    -*--���** b-  cillor Sam Fladagar told coun-_  cil;���"We- faced serious problems last year and at one iime  the' situation was ;extrumely  doubtful. there' is no doubt  something will have to be done  soon."  Advice from Mr,  tbat .the village should consider  & comprehensive survey of tfae  district with a view-to solving  the water problem, which he  Said could cost from $200,000 to  -.  $300,000. '-   )  'Mr. Fladagar told members,  ���-'We   know   we   have.to-Jiave"  .-. water "and that it will be expen-  '"* sive, but we. will-have to seek  a  federal  loan."  He also ex-r  pressed   the   opinion   that _heS  found   it   hard   to   understand  \yhat the engineers had in mind  to warrant the amount suggest-*  ed by Martin J. J. D^ton,-and.  added, "If-we could only double  our present supply, I would be  happy." ^   7  " Councillor Drummond thought  council s h o u_I_d consider a  scheme to provide for the-whole  district but Chairman A. Ritchie told htm this: was more  than ,.the village could . afford  arid that there were many with  an adequate water supply who  Hi-C car wash ...  A VERY active group, the ^Gibsons'Hi-C young people %\a 658  f6Ad(tr  embark on a car-wash as a means of. raisings a little *r-t*^f^^s'  *    ,^1*  capital for the depleted!HI-C funds. The mixed group f��   Uir��fnr_**"_   firTT.  meets on Sunday evenings from 7 to 9 p.m. in the United *��   nr LULU I IH if I ill  Church, ages range from; fifteen and anyone contemplating joining will be welcomed-  ��sk council  ve mael  course  CONTRACT haa *bees granted  for f extensh e vferk | to the  wharfi^nd Ceals at G-Swifi-s to  a Victoria corn par?.       I  MP 7Sor Coast Cspilarr.. Jack  Davis J informed Th*- T:.T>es this  week.!approval hat brei ��ives  in favor jf "Pacific Pilrdriving  - Company Lid., i'.i Tatrs St..  Victoria. BC. in tta f mount cf  asd   Coat  -   ���  CHAMBER OF Commerce executive, meeting in Sechelt  last week, proposed a number of ideas for the future  which included suggestions for'an annual trip by charter  boat to such"communities as Xanaimo for members and  guests. " .   ������ _      {  Lowest bidder . . . _   _���  ...  ^ ���-..   .   ^ - ie  [arnkg. Construction Co.  awarded school contract  ���RIANDAP Construction Ql of Vancouver has been declared How bidder- and successful tender for for the  '   construction of additional classrooms and facilities at  the TSlemehtery School site in Gibsons following a meeting of the school board at Gibsons last Tuesday the 22nd  of September.         ��� **���*"       A     ~   ; *  Amount uf the bid-was-$169.b   George Bom Construction. Ross  167-00 -��� - Crest   Contractors;   and   from  After opening the sealed ten- ���  ders, Mrs.  Muriel Ball, chair-    " '  man of the board of School Dis-    Sechelt BrCTHCn 140  trict No. 46." requested that Mr.     ;������ *��� =   . J.  L.  Davis, architect for the  board,   examine   all   the" bids  and. com ment: Upcwv them^Mr.  Davis thereupon expressed his  view that the lowest tender was  completely in order and tha? he  recommened its acceptance by  the boards   '   zX���-  -.  Mr. Davis further stated that  it would* be in his viewf-false  economy to consider accepting  Mandap*s bid on a lesser specif  -ficatibn calling for theTdeletion  oT~*work   on   boys'   ami  girls*  changing_rpoms as the amount  so saved rwohld not_ cover the  cost ef the work if this  were  to be done at a later date.  . Possibilities were also considered of holding two annual  meetings, one for the purpose  of discussing ; business and listening; to speeches, the otherfas  a: purely social event. j  It was felt Ithat in the 'past.  much of-the annual meeting  was being devoted to business  and speeches whiciL_althou��h: of  interest to members, is not jal-  way$ appreciated by members  wives and guests. J ;_  Another project which- is generally considered worthy of promotion, is that of a golf course.  About 174 acres of suitable land-  was offered the municipality a  Jew years ago by Victoria, ln-  teresrst ihzt time hoareverLjfas  lacking and nothing was done  about the proposaL     * j  The   chamber   realizing   the         potential of the land as a gblf  Walter Cabott; Construction.���. course,   is   to   suggest   council  pursue the matter with the pro-T  vincial government with a \iew  to ascertaining the possibility  of taking^the property over.  Chainnaa at village-council,  Mrs. :A- . Johnston toM The  Times later. "It is true we .vere  practically offered the .land on  a plate. Isit al that time no one  appeared particularly- interested-* _��� .   ^-.  "Whsl thi situation is now. I  doe"t kno^v but we'wiii certainly look into the matter."  $rj.65l.75~4or  *.h;rf  repairs at Gibi-^ii Landing*  B-C. !___-- j  Ftxa- teeders Atfe r4ceiiei.*  N'odce rf tender ��a Liso due  exLSeplernber 25 fc-r thf .renrsr-  ai "of ?a ^0'. by <X' '.uf iC.oz.1_2x  Billings B*y, B.C. \  Kiismeir faijnch-  Hgkt-faulb1 drive  SECHELT -Ki=sm��r. fill be  - caHfeig ' ea re<:d; r^- { cf- the  -Sechelt area durhz tie z-txt  week 'to tes dzy* r.r. xkeiz Ls'-  est dnve for izzdi . \ "  'TnA campai;;:. jn r:| ������ i-jtr-i  of a fight btlfa cr.te. ^iU be to  riLe lund* to be K����jffDr oce  cr narc of'th-.- c:M.-/.-|*e projects liadertak^r:   ty  tiie   cisb-  Rates cut  Students in Grades 7, 8 and  9 and Grades^Or U and 12 are  asked to send in 500 wordsor  -  j���. less "in their own handwriting.  Mrs.    Ball    express*!    her. M ^.yftt\x_ejttry ^th your full  Royal Canadian Legion j  to hold essay contest   9  OPEN TO-STUDENTS residing in the Wilson Cfeekjto  Halfmoon Bav area. The Royal Canadian Legion-  Branch 140, SecbeltTB.C., is offering two (2) prizes lof  $5.(Kf each for the best essay on the following subject!  "How     Remembrance     Day """v ~ X~  dollars. The successful essays-  are then sent to Pacific Com-  " mand- of the  Royal  Canadian  i Legicn_to   complete "for  S5O.0G  prizes.  qbv lire imprp?ements  hrin�� iisirinct relif \  INSURANCE RATES in the Gibsons area hale been cut  by 10c per hundred dollars. Owtacflier-Ffed Feenev  informed councp last week. The |drop being attHbuted  directly to increasing of pumps .capacity^ additional 2��^-  inch hose and other improvements in the water $ystem.  Should  Be  Observed".  agreement with Mr. Davis  opinion and requested a motion  which was duly proposed by  Mr. Horvath and seconded by  Mrs. Volen that the Mandap offer be accepted.  . Other tenders were received  from Norwood Construction Co.,  name,   age,  schooI7"grade  and  your address and mail to Box  .47, Sechelt, B.C, before - October l6j 1964. __  = The winning entries ��ill be  entered in ~ the Elphinstone  Zone contest for prizes"of tea  TheL. final step is in competition with all of Canada.,    f  The^ Dominion__Command jof s  the Royal Canadian Legion will  select- winners   for  the   grand  prizes of $100. 1  A total of $163.00 may "be won  with your essay if selected hy  the judges.    '-.."' |  IDEAS SOUGHT  The centemuat committee is  stDi" seeking Ideas for a centennial project, naturally something of a lasting" nature" and of  benefit to the community as a  whole is^ desired-  An Inside page cf The Times  carries an ad on behalf Gf the  -committee- which includes a  tear-out form on which you" may  submit your idea for a s*oiUhle  project.  Siisply El and return.-the  form to th-; Thriftee Store. Gibsons, by mail or deposit.   -  BEACHED  BEAR -' X  Council   moved- a   word   cf  thanks   be  seer to  RCMP  foe  their assistance in the removal  of~a   bear  carcass   from, the  beach.. -t -=.     -  .  Discovery at a dead bear cm  7- ������� page 2  Reieasejljff bail  after cflmmifial  VICTORIA ifatgalet ;V e $ i e y  following    hpr S Rekmiiary  "TtrLal Saturday. September 13 on.  charts. _>��. abcrti#n. * appeared  " before Magistrate Andrew Johnston last Saturday ]fce Cast dis-'  '-position. ||:    \  Cora mitted  f f r" fr-at . in  Vs n- _  carver Cointy Court, the accus"-  sed   *-as   released7 oe   bail   o��  sum. -ill  WITWDUT DUE cJlRf  Xorinaa   Edwarqso^- of   Pen-  ' der " Harbour* Ippfartd before  the magistrate; oat a charge. c���  drivizs* ��itfcout dfe ^care and  attention, f rcved guilty, he was  --fined 330. -   I    i  r,  ',  ��� ;-������'  ��� ;.-  i . -  i ���  1  t  4  i  ��  4  i  *  <  t  4  <  *  <  i  ��  ��  i  i  <  J  l  4  4  <<  t  <  <  4  <t  t  t  4  ���,  wm^,^*z**%^^  fSMWlWIlf ^ '���igy^  tmnm*  MORE, ABOUT  jPoge 2 The Sechelt Peninsulo Timcs,Wed., Sept. 30, 1964    FQR SAL�� (c0ntjnued) UGAL NOTICES (Cont'd!     Insurance rates  1     ^SkEIffPENmSULAT^*  *mmMMmm��B00m*000M0000'0WM0MM0*0*M0m0mmMM0WMMM0**0*M*��*****"r*mmm!*  .  %0000.  ���0000000000000000000000000000000000000000,  \   Published Wedncsdoys by the  Sechelt Peninsula Times Ltd., ot  I Sechelt, B��. .  Gross Circulation, 1850 copies  "Classified Advertising Rotes:  '3-Line AdBriefs (15 words)  One Insertion ������85c  jThree insertions 1.70  lExtra lines (5 words)-" ~ 15c  Box Numbers, 25c extrd  If paid before publication, Xo discount of 25c per AdBrief is,pilous  Jed, 5emi-Display, Super-Display,  <jnd Blue Chip Display 1.50 per  inch.  Legal Notices:  17e"per count line (5 words) first  Ipsertion, -13c per count line subsequent insertions.  I       Deadlines: Saturday 5 p.m.  "In the event of a typographical"  <jrrcr advertising goods or services  at _o_wrong price, goods or services  may not be sold and the difference  charged to the newspoper^ Advertising is [merely an offer to sell, -  ond may be withdrawn at any*  time."  Advertising is accepted on the condition that, in the event of typographical error; that portion of the  advertising_space occupied by the  erroneous item, together with reas-_  onable allowance for signature, will  not be chorged for, but the balance  of the advertisement will be poid  for ot the applicable rate.  A composition charge is made for  odvertising._occepted ond put into  production, but cancelled before  publication. Change from originot-  copy when-proof is (Submitted to  customer, is also chargeable at an  hourly rate for the additional work  required.!  Subscription Roles:  J.IOc per copy,, ��0.9 Re/ mpijtii {by  J .     carrier); $5,00 per year, in  I advance.  'Card of Thanks, Engagements,  . Deaths, Births, In Memoriam, Com- I  ! Ipg Events, Etc Per insertion (up to  'i40 words) $1.25; extra words, 3c  each. -25c-. Discount if pojd before  publication.  COMlNS^VtNTS  FALL  BAZAAR  Sunshine   Re?  ..bekahjLodge 82. Fall Bazaar  to bej held in the Hospital Cot- '  ' iagc,! Sechelt,   October 22,   11 i  a.m.-4.p.m, .7766-44  FOR RENT, Continued  2-ROOlM    furnished    suite   jon  beach at Selma Park. Phone  885-9367. 7751-tfn  HELP WANTED  MECHANIC helper for service  station.   Steady   employment  for the right man.  Write box  7765; Sechelt Times.        7765-42  ; i  WORK WANTED  SERVICE  USED automatic wisher $33:95,  used, annex heater -S2J.C0,  -used Norge refrigerator S50.00,  used ���; McClary - refrigerator.  "���fig.35, used Norge* electric ran-'  ge $89.00, steel full size' bedstead $10.00, new 54" box spring  and mattress $98.97. See thc  new "Trendline" Tappan-Ranges now on display. Parkers  Hardware Ltd. Marshall-Wells  Store, Sechelt, B.C. 776-1-42  RUBBER stamps  of all  descriptions  may   be  obtained  at The Time?. Phone 885-9634.-  Quick service _on. all orders.  APPROX. 2,000 gallbn wooden  water tank, in perfect condition���may be seen full. Cheap  for cash;, also large oil burnerr-  C. E. Garvey, RR l (Francis  Peninsula*! Madeira Park, B.C.  Phone  883-2338. 9847/41  1,300 FOWL���live���50 cents ea.  Dressed, $1 each. Offer- good  for 3 weeks only.  Phone 885-  2048, evenings only. 9845-42  LEGAL NOTICES   , ���  Form* No. 18 (Section 82)  __���    land Act  Notice of Intention to Apply tp  Lease Land  Fields r Lowns - Gardens  ROy BOLDERSON  Box 435 - Sechelt  885-9530  "T"Jease phone  evenings   only  ������_."���- 9722-tfn  In Land' Recording District  of Vancouver and' situate iii the  vicinity of-Jtfiddle Point, Salmon Inlet, Sechelt, B.C. .  Take notice that Victor R.  Walters of:Secbelt, B.C., occupation lumberman, intends to  apply for a lease of the following   described j lands:  Commencing at! a post planted .60" Chains .East of the S.E.  corner of T.L. 10946-on the H.  W.M.; tlienee 330 Ft. South:  thence 1320 Ft. (East; thence  330 North ;to. H.W.M.; thence  1320 Ft^ West.alcng H.W.M. to  point of| commencement and  containing 10 acres, more or  'less, for- "the purpose of log  dump and booming grounds. ���  VICTOR RUSSELL WALTERS-  Datek Augiist 11, 1964. .  6918���Pub7$ept. 9, 16, 23, 30. '-M  from i����0s|1���'  -the beach appears fcTbe an"annual occurence and the clerk  explained the RCMP- had kindly  towed- the carcass out to sea at  no expense,' to Uie village.  LITTER COMPLAINT  Complaint-of .litter in Uie vicinity of the medical clinic by-  Dr. Tnglis who stated'he was  perturbed" over the amount of  litter- whic^h collects near the  clinic, led j to a discussion on  the possibilities of obtaining  suitable containers for the torn'-  munity. Clerk Charles Gooding  was instructed to obtain prices  of pastic type containers presently used in many communities including Vapcouv.cr._  JJEW STEIfS REQUEST  "Mr. L. Morrison of Sea Road  wrote to cbuncil asking if they  were prepared, to renew or repair the stleps leading up to his  house? A1 suggestion which  gained "little support and the  clerk was instructed to... notify  him this was not council's responsibility. ._,  One  is that  REAL ESTATE  LOT-for sale,  $1,700, -Cleared  corner view lot at Davis Bay.  Across!  trbm   playground.   'A.  Simpkins, Box S89,-i Sechelt, *\B.  C,_Ph6ne 7^2132.;  -9843^41  PERSONAL,  A Complete Listing ofj  '.���   Penljisula Properties '-|  Waterfront - Acreagp'  7*Basinesy-^Riesidentiql. r  -Mortgagee7 Money  for nes�� construction I  or older homes     ^  i  CHARLES,ENGL1SH LTD.  ..Sunnycrest  Shopping   Centre  Gibsons -  Phone  886-2481  AUTOS & TRUCKS  j.^.--iv-k..-r;.-   -...���,;'.:..  .  1962 %-ton Ghey. pick-up and  camper?  Heavy  duty,  18,000  ffliles. Phone 886r9819.     9851-42  FOR SAtE  PLUMBING; repairs and iristal  Rations. -. Ag^nt forf-StihLIpower  6aws. Tillicum  Plumbing, Box  3i6," Sechelt.i Phonel 885-2055.;  ;  9949-tfh  FOR RENT  3  BEDROOM, furnished house  on   waterfront���No- children.  Gordon & Kennet, Seehelt, B.C.  Phone 885-2013. 7767-42  SMALL office in Sechelt avail-  , able shortly $25 monthly. Apply box 381 Sechelt Times.  9820-ifn  I     BEDROOM,   ^waterfront  house for lease, West Sechelt.  "Partly   furnished.   $75  ,month.  ���Phone 885-9343. 7759-tfn  ���as  HIVES Italian bees with sjuf-  ^Z" ficient equipment to carry on  for a year .or two. Including  Mask, smoker, jlgyes and all  other necessary items. Phdne  886-2J.79i 7763-42  EVERyTHING, for; the hunter.  Rifles,, ammunition, cases,  ground sheets, tarps. At Walt  Nygren Sales, Gibsons, B.C.  Phone  886-9303. 7760-tfh  FOR   LETTERHEADS,   envelopes,   - statements,     invoices  and; all - commercial  printing,  contact ,the   Times   office   at  885-9654. *  Form No. 15. (Section 40)  LAND   ACT  "Notice of Intention to Apply to  Purchase Land '    _  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver and situate in the  vicinity of Halfmoon Bay i on  the Seehelt Peninsula.  "Take notice that I, James"  Helmer of Halfmoon Bay, B.C.  occupation Custodian of School  intends to apply for permission  to- purchase the following described lands:��� Z . \ }"  - Commencing at a post planted, on East boundary of ti.L.  1638, Grou^.One. N.W. District,  approximately 6'/is chains S\of  N.E- corner of D. L. 1638;  thence E. approximately- 11  chains; thence S. approximately 10 chains; thence W. to N.  Boundary of road; thence N.  W. and W. along said" boundary to east boundary of D.L.  1638; themfe N. along said  boundary approx. 8 chains to  point of commencement and  containing Twenty (20) acres,  more  or less.  The  purpose for which  the ���  land: is "required is Homesite.  "   JAMES HELMER .  Dated September 2nd, 1964  6916���Pub. Sept 9716, 23, 30, 'Gi  ST.TMARY'S HOSPITAL  ]      SOCIETY     '.-���'���  NOTICE  OF  MEETING  An Extraordinary Meeting of  tbe_St.| Mary's7Hospital;Society  will be- held Friday, October 9, .  1964, at 8 plm. at the Sechelt  Legion HalL      .  The purpose of the meeting is:.  To deal with the By-Laws-and  the wording of the Borrowing  mm  jeed j thing about silence  it' cafl't be repeated.  -r-��by Eorl Da wo  THE J^iTIN<b il called for[7:30 ai the khool board,  jloffice^ in Gibsons. The occasion isjthe opening of ten-.  der�� for additional buildings and facilities at the Gibsons  Eletnentaiy School site^   *   -1������: -'jiy,!7"- b���    ���',  ���  ThWe had been a referendum of the tabic, to examine the  thatf was defeated and a .second" bids aid make whatever corn-  referendum [that \bs7jpproved. nient lie deems7 suitable^ The  There has been oyer the period papers  of a year, op. mori a good deal    table;  of public and private discussion.  And now firiailyi jkfter a seemingly endlebs htiinber of- arrangements,: jdelajfsj andypost-  ponementsJithere j are five unopened envelopes lying oh- the  trays.  are   handed   down^ tha  The ��j:igarcttes Me in the ash-  nobody is: smoking, andt  no one speaks, There is a long  moment. -  But at. last-there is the verdict.  ''|_iadiim chairman,"���the  table in fro|t of tie chairman's !^ architect "says,  also using the  place At-th!j~v h<ea<jl of the long >. measur|ed v.*ords7 and die tone  conference-table.  You are^3Jirs?.Miirie! Ball, the  chairman cf; the. school; board  of School; DptrictNo. 46. Along  with the otlker members of the  board you Zpbw rriove into the  conference room and take your  place at the tabl*.  pearly $200,000 if public money is to be^spent here. But peiv^  haps even ;iribre than the re-  spopsibility , of  dealing    with  sums of this size is one's general responsibility! to the other  members o^ the Community. A "*  Ther<[, are-stillfsome matters  tf*^���powers   for!   Cpnsfructioir  and  CEMENT, gravel fill, peat top_���<>Poming W^  -.      -   * .    - -      -._    .. .-  "All,     A^tJ��lo  soil.  Lowest possible  prices.  A,  Simpkins,  Sechelt,  885-2132.  7756-42  t.  2 NEW SUBDIVISIONS  L iiioif'tis  Earls Cdye Subdivision ��� adjacent to Earls Cove  ferry terminal' on the Sunshine Coast Highway.  Madeira Park Subdivision -���-. qvislriooking���Render  Harbour and Gulf tt?H0% down -��� easy terms  on balance. Discount^ for cash.  ! FOR SALE BY OWNER  O. SLADEY ���Madeira Park, B.C.  Phone 883-2233 er pfione Horth Voncouver  985-4934!  A'-r Article . IX���Borrovwng  Powers:�����e total outstaml-  ing^indebwdness so created;  by the Board shall at no time  .exceed   $5,000.00  To read:���>  The ���- Total   outstanding    in-  jdebtedness so" created by. the  Board shall at no time ex-  jceed S20,C��0.��>  MB" Borrowing Powers:���  To  change   the   wording  of  Paragraph; four   (4)   of   the  extraordibsby rcsoluSott-pas-  sed on April 21, 1963, by deleting the; words, ."Borrowing  of $150,000.00   and .substituting the words "Borrowing of  up to $150,000.00 at any one  _ .time.  NORMAN BUCKLEY,  Secretary  -J 6923-42  coihmumfy that has during the  pasjt year-shown itself to, he  ihereasingiyj aware of school  district ma'ters^^Big business  anq big responsibility. More  than ever, one wants there to  be no slip-iip.  The handsjlend to show 3 little of this tension inside as tbe  'envelopes '-aire being slit open.  And-then Ifinaliy there is the  moment when the enevolpes  havte all been opened, the pa-'  pers all read, the bids all announced and duly noted down.  On the table in front of the  chairman there's a little beap  of valuable papers: bids, surety bonds, certified cheques for  large sums of money.        _  You pick these up and in the  measured tone and the words  called for by your position, you  request your architect, who  sits-waiting at the opposite end  required by his position, "I  find that the lowest bid is per-  fectly in order."c  , One of the hands near tho  middle of the conference table  picks up its cigarette. Then another and anoUier.       ���~^ -  "Then, sir, you recommend  that the lowest-tender be accepted?" 4  b"I d> so recommend,*' tho  architect replies.; And; suddenly  the tension around the table is.  all gonp.  of fi'nabce be ironed put. And"  some construction details. But  for* a moment, there can be a  little It ttTng���3own.  Yoii lean back just a little in  your chair, Howi long it seems,  to take to get to this stage, you-  think to yourself; And, when aHt  is said and done! what does all  this m<;an-persobally to any o��  the pet pie on the board?  And  right  away  you realize  that  it  does  in  fact  mean  d~  great deal personally to all thfr  board ;nembers.  "Satisfaction''  perhap;.   Or   maybe   a'deeper  word���' 'gratification," Or -even,  a more  personal word-rv'fulfil-,  ment." A hard thing to spell out  ���even to oneself. But the feeling is (real enough.  , You light a  fresh cigarette.  There   are  still,   of course,   a  thousand  and  one 'things that  peed ypur attention,  VSB   TIMES   CLASSIFIED  FOR   QUICK RESULTS  Anglican  Ojf CANADA  Diocese of New  'Bishop, The Right Rev.  Office: 818-825 Metrl  837 West Hasting, Vanc|  OfURCH OF HIS PRESENC  '       Commumofr���/l 1:00  ST. MARY'S,-GARDE1H!  Harvest Thanksgiving Service  Westminster  b. P. Gowcr, D.I5.  jopolilan Building.  b&verl.^U 1-175L  ST. HILDA'S,  Evening Prayer 4- 7:  SECHELT  Church  fi RJDROOFS  a.m.  BA^Yi  X- 3*00 p.m.  U  p.m. V"--,* ���    -���i.-.ifl. ���hr.��.^r.a,i!��ai.-;..f..���!...�� a.-.g^..--.y ..-.-������..��..������  fV'-.j  ������-: .-���-   -: , rJ, ,--.    ..--������= ��. ��� .   .. .^...,-... ��� -A.   ...j..      j---.   .  ���:.   &��  WATER SURVEY  7b    2   SERVICES ~  Complete Water System Service  L;7C. EMERSON  .���'^4 Sechelt 885-9510  .7b. *    Insured Blasting   ?-  ...    Z- -    -     *-_       -- -    ' T-.   frank E. Decker  i     ^OPTOMETRIST"  7    '    "1 Bal. Block ��� -   x  >- - ���    *. i;   Gibsons   .    ;_-b  [~    Every Wednesday -  for���oppoinfment      -_-_  j     886-2166  bPhone Sechelt 885-9669  PENINSULA: >  BUILDING SUPPLY^-  "The House With A Heart"   .  E.-J. Caldwell, Proprietor- ������ 7"  Box 97 - Seehelt, B.C  .      GUN BQAT^AY  Float Ramp and    .  ~~~^ Approach  Building Contractor    -  Phone 883-2324  The Finest Jn  ��� FLOWERS  For All Occasions  Ik  ELDRED'S FLOWER SHOP  Cowrie Street, Secheit *  Phone 885-4455  :      TELEVISION  -t      SALES & SERVICE  -:-. ,7.- RELIABLE -PROMPT ~  RICHTER'S T.V.  & RADIO LTD.  S"echeh, B.C. - Pi.^885-9777  CHAIN SAW CENTRE  AVilson Creeks  Dealers  for- P.M.. Corjadien,  Mc-  Culloch and Homelite Chain Sowsb  Complete stock of- ail models  "        Parts'and repoir service.-  ��Telephone 885-2228  Scows ���r Logs  SECHELT TOWING  X    & SALVAGE LTD.   ..  . Heavy Equipment Moving  & Log Towing .       -  - X       L. HIGGS.  .Phone 885-4425���-  TJNGLEYS  i   HI-HEAT  _SALES and SERVICE  .  for all your-heating -  requirements  4 Oil Cq.'s Finance^ Plans  C. E* (Cal) TmaUiy  Box No. 417/Sechelrr =  885-9636^-B85-9332  STUCCblNG-PLASfERlNS  USYPROC^IOINT FILLING  CEMENT WORK  by        r���  N. SCHOENEWOLF  Phone 886^2862  ~^b CUNNINGHAM  AMBULANCE SERVICE  HALFMOOH BAY  -   Emergency ond ncn Emergency  calls.   Special, rates   fcr   Q.AP.  Qualified personnel-       "  24 HOUR SERVICE' J_ "'"  Phone BSS-99��Z    -  FIREPLACES  PLANTERSb b  ^FOUNDATIONS-  ^  WALLS 7  :    A. SIMPKINS - 885-2132  SHERIDAN T.V.  Sales and Service���  The Sechefr Peninsalg Tfttiey, Wed.. Sepf. 3Q, 1964 Poge-3-  -  - - I      _       . *" -     "     ':������ --  Davis' Ottawa Diary  | By Jack Doris^__M.P.  THE FLAG issue should be settled bv the end of Sep-  ������ tember. Then Parliament can. turn to the more humdrum business of administering the nation's international and economic affairs! The Ottawa's spotlight in other  words, will shift from flags to finances. Banking will assume the centre of the stage- This will he igood news insofar as Canada's borrowing public is concerned.  The Bank Act comes upiihr     : : ��� ���  >i��i*.'rf . ���! ��*,..   * f  RADIO ��� APPLIANCES  Phone 885-9605  revision every 10 years. The  last . time was la 1954- This  -year, however; the. MPs_j<siIl  be better informed. They have,  the recent-report of the Porter  Royal Commission oa their  desks.. It is full of facts and  recommendations about I the  workings of the banking indtts-  try hi &isrcountry.  - |  The report -itself is a political   masterpiece.    Its   recc m-  .   mediations   should  please f everyone. Those wha waatTo bor-  - row will have greater protec-  - tion. Meanwhile, the banks $riH_-  have; greater freedom, ta c&raF~  pete, with, the  trust and loan  companies insofar as the itrant-  ing <k credft is concerned, j  The six per cent "ceQingt on  bank loans should!- he lifted.  Offhand,    one    might    expect  "T^her : interest .rates^. to rise-  However, the - commissioners  say- that our commercial bai��s  would then be it a position to  influence the rrfobey market.  Interest   rates,   in   the   main.  ' should fall as a  result of {increased  competition.in  alljfi-.  nancial circles. ; |  7 Canada's "commercial  backs  should be- sfcle "to- Fend raeaey  on mortgages. First mortgages  are still restricted'to-twvthirds -  of the selling; value c��.yaur pco.  :  perty. Tbe Porter "Commis^on -  would raise this to TS per cent.  Iv argues that a low ceiling is  forcing too- many borrowers!Into the higher cost, seeam^m4rt~  gage jnarket.' |  Tne Porter Commission pat  into use oze set of restrictions  ���and one only���may be necessary. Tbe Porter- Commission,  would limit foreign, ownerdap  and control of Canadian banks.  In this respect, its views parallel those ot the minister of|S-  trol over money and barking  sfaouM remaiar in Ottawa's  hands. Nor does it wish to see  the-Bank of Canada strike out  on .its own_ The'Jfecerai government, Oi other words, -should  be* flrmly-ensctjaced in the driver's seat. Neither the provinces nor the Governor cf the  Bank, of Canada should be is  axry doubt as j to where they  stand in this respect.  ���fl**-���- ' "- fl Oa  * -Sunnycres! winner -  V.TNKER of the K0 lucky  draw prize at the Suimy-  creS. Plaza.". .Mrs. L'rn  Swsison looks pleased with.  her j g6od fortune as' Don  -Hear! presents her v.*ith her  winnings. All child family  cheques cashe<! at the plaza shopping centre entitles  -the owner to a fdriw ticket."  Lucky dr&w take�� place at  the end of eadt rianth.  If any  parents   speak  cf the  -population explosion as if tsey  had nothing to do- with loadin*.  the bomh.  Courtesy is one item  everyone appreciates.  PRINTING  BUSINESS **l PERSONAL  SOQAL  b_  "RUBBER STAMPS  THE TIMES  17  j" -Sechjeft-  i ' 4 *Z: '  J Evelyn -tidyes  I     Atc-re Pw4c*f��:�� -  { I    '-  |    CtlMiaj cad Siyt'aq  "Tuesiey fo Sa-fctf^by ~9S  \ y-fzsw Sfs��4,<r' ^5  T"    Hc;r.^--  **  Phone 825-9525  t  - SiiDBtl$fii��i: PululiUG9:  ^ ^GARDEN BAY BOAT WORKS  Mechanical & Electrical Repairs ;  -   " A COMPLETE LINE OF BOAT REPAIRS  Garden Boy, B.C. Phone ii3-2366  Phone 885-2062  "    SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  �����'���"   Electrical Contractors'  Appliances - Electric Heat  -Phone S85-2062l_  TREE FALLING  TOPPING OR REMOVING.  LOWER.yMBS FOR VIEW.  .;  Insured work from Port Mdlon  ,"' '      ;. *o Pender Harbour  Phone 886-9946  MARVEN VOLEN  SWANSON BROS^-  SepKc Tanks and Drain Fields  Bockhoe ond Front Eniz .  Loader Work    % 7  Screened Cement Gror^I -  Fill- and Road Grovel  '  ___��� PfeoBa 885-9666  Box 172 - Se^elt  nance, the Hon. Walter Gordon.  US take-ov?rs may therefore! be  prohibited^ icsofar7as Canada's  banking industry is conceraed-  Essemiaiiy, the Royat Okn.-  missloa faas_canie <sit ia favor,^  Eat only of a freer money market, bat also of more banks:  and . more banking- facilities.  These," are needed in high  growth areas like- B.C. Thus   -r���~���~���������^*���    the  Senate,  in  recommeraimg  PLUMBING REPAIRS" AND"?* a ci^rX^ be gmKaifto  -���-the   new  Laurenhde   Bank | ia  Vancouver, has "been helping* to  put one of the commission*s 6a-  H. B. GORDON &  KENNETT LTD.  Real Estate <Jnd  Insurance  Phones:  885-2013, 886-2191   ^~  Gibsons  INSTALLATIONS  Agenrfcr StibI pewee sews.  TILLICUM PLUMBING  Box 316, Secheit" *"  PHONE 885-2055  NICHOLSON^ T.V. &  ELECTRONIC SERVICE  New supplying  Tie Sunshine Cocst  -vifh a 24 tioer Senriee^  Phone 885-9566  All work fully guaranteed.'  sic   recommendations   into  "ef-  " feet.    : ~~        ���    " t       "  Bennett's:   Bank   of   British  Columbia   might,   conceivably,  be added to the-list. However  ; the  Forter Royal Commission  - believes that governmental cos-  1SS0 QIL FURNACES  *; i i  "' - \ i -  No Down Payment ���'Bank-Infcrest  Tes Years To Pay - First Payment OsL 1  COMPLETE Lift OF APPLIANCES  For Free  Estimate - Call 826-272S  if/ff///////i/////i//ji//nfutm//fff/t//f//f/ffi/ffrrffifff��f^  I  ML - METAt  General Sheet Metnl  HEATS NG - DOMESTIC  \\XZl/zx. -      ���:���'-    z.     ..:>���"-  I   CO^r^ERCIAL - INDUSTRIAL  S . 'A-'' '"---  S        ������_ - 7: .:   "-,   -" ���--...  ~  ���   ���'        -   *   "  Zb^_       PHONE 885-9605    b  I  ECH&T im jJERVKES  PORPOISE BAY  (Se<ifeelt)   B.O.  -      ; J        " {    _/���'  Air Charter & Aifcfaft Bfaintenance |  Jthmw/jr/JMrs/^^^  Fishing  Hunting  Freight  Air Taxi  Contract Flying  i -  j  Sightseeing Tours  Timber Cruising  Air Ambulance  PHONE SEC^T ggf-fgllll M�� BOO^C FUOIff\  i  ���t  ' .*���  i '-'.-  ,:;  <���'.  < .':  >i.  'V  &  �����  w**^mmmrmm���Vm*mm*****m*Bmm*trmmr***mmmmg*^r^^^ " ''"'"' *^****f***w  *W*V**9Win��> *4VIHMIW I Jffi^M  ,ixm .. i*..   ��.J. ..  Cec&eut Peninsula^m*  The Time Has Come  To Talk of Maky Things; of Shoes, Ships, Sealing Wax, Cabbages, Kings  Wednesdaijeptember 30,1964  tiPtfaer  Baby Hands  Velvet soft those baby hands,;  Clulchhg at thefair,   Reaching out for everything,  Waving'here and there.  "Imay pe wrong,  but I Shall nbt be so wrong_  hs to fail to say      n jl 7 ���  what:\' be!ie\e tobe right." -. ��� ] ater OIL those haby hands,  ���John ATKINS" Not-so ^oTt sr st^il  fffieMt|g  Tt&e I Best  (Peace River Block I_fcws)  Are reaching  still  for  evcry-  thingJ���     .     |  A doll, a book, a ball.  Alttrou[gh life those baby  ,    . ., bandsj, '    . ��� :   ~X  SPORTS ;m Canada is an item ^ ^      ^  which receiv^a lot of mdi- "���        ^   .        :  Are clutching still at this and  that",*" J  As through life's way -they go.  Some reach the "goal of happi-  handle with the consequence the purchaser frequently finds a product is far removed from  what was originally required.  Typical example would be cameras; a person vi^'uSI|^ and support by  familiar with photography could visit a dozen gr0U{)S fathered to foster va-  stores in Vancouver and would be more than lucky rious individual likes and dis-  to-hit upon a salesman with pore than a very Mes butbas a i national or in-  minimum knowledge of the sub ect. ternationkl "mpeUtion it is an  Ih the event of a disappointed shopper, two :��to>ft *&*** &��*>      m  cours^ are available, suffK ^^^ f     X h{  ��� t-i.      I^.f ��K����:��;��iT a-cailt"f^rtnrv settlement 'roumu T     ?-Z   ,     /  * A chosen few reach fame,  with hopes of obtaimng a^atisfactory settlement. their 0WQ teaTOSt which pldy for; - ^  All this humbug when the requqired pro- their own amusement; Many of ;But v���en tncy f' mt>ie c,utcT  duct could have been obtained locally without these  same teams are  finan-7_">S *���ai<      - "  .  fh'c tedious and expensive time demanding trip, cially embarrassed and are fos-rAre.-empty as they came.      *  Xchafter allonges to assist ^progress ^tSStS^r^r  of another district at the expense of our own.      ^a ^ pr0>]3cial or national: ba- tLAU} ancy  Generally speaking, ^almost invariably, ad- ^is. There-is-ncver any subsidy} ;   ���-by Rustic  vertised cut-rate, firo damaged, whole-sale prices from   either   government   to-| Whi]e want}er{n| in the  ahd the rtumerous other ^ity gimmicks, mean wards these 'Vasftmes. i    Ki00tenays>    ;  one thing���Junk. " b ' V^ wrfbertTwrosewSd 5^MidSt a <"emin N���ad Trib*V  "It should be borne in mind, your local mer--5J��?&ySJte*Capa yet how can!We cbancfed io ask the question,  THER4 is:no law forbidding anyone from slopping in' theistore or town of his choice ard in  the eVeijit of a ljxal resident having a day out in  the City, it is <jmly natural a certain amour t of  shopping is inevitable. .  Thjere are however, certain people who quite  !  unnecessarily spfcnd large sums of money shop ping  in Vancouver for items which are, neither superior  >'��� nor cheaper than those available right at home,  ' wherei tjiey mal<!e their living. There are in fact  manyl n^ore thousands of dollars spent out oil the  community than might be imagined.  The reason for this undermining of the ocal  econcjm^ \s difficult to understand, for with extremely few exceptions, there is little or no difference inj pricck On top of which there is the  \ cost .c}f' the! trip, time^nvolved in travelling, co��tot  mealsj oiiit^ parking problems should one tajce a  caif, ahd jthe nuisance qf: lugging parcels,' wit tout  the alitor [      '���'���   7     \ b  Nothmg is more insidious than the perpetual-  -  "niav Tiielo vob" of over eager sales staff who - ��� -     .     ,     - *..v *�����., ...r.*-- -,��� ..��� ��� ���  '���-��� -7 A  "   -A A ,  .-,rr-ri�� ��� iona as thev make   chant contributes to a great extent the develop- the   a;thletes   <kected  be   thexWhat flag would you, Sir,  could care; less what they sell as  a iale. M6st of them have'.no knowledge oif the  technical function of many of the products  (Guest  crease is Circulating a  Editorial)  they  IN eastern Canada, ��n organization called the  jniojf Women's <:ommitt^e for Pension In-  petition urging_Qt|a^a to   ^Q$  ment of the district. Support him and you assist-best that can be produced in *: pride?  vnur community. - the country if i here is ho sys-" ,    .   : .     .  jVui wm j __ tem of national playdowns andjTff solve this binning issue 7:  -  coiripetition in wheh tb cull out; And prove thai Wc belong,  0��1*3 the poor and to come up~withThc cmbjem fhatwe favour    .  . the cream of the crop? i is a little home-Wade bomb.     "  ptit-the pension annual cost at $1,300,000,000. ^Canada lias an Olympic com- " . \'J _>  Then to lower the age group to 65 years would mittee,   one   which   seemingly In sedate and trim Victoria;,  add another half million pensioners, cost an ad- works in the-sastern part of \vc continued with our quest  ���naong^SMWDOOUMrt* y��> *M* the ^���*��^'^TtE�� *tf" ' f" *" "'""  in^soth^oJd age security pension-frSrn St 5 t^    M^ fronj the f,ct thal tj^orking popula, X^lrXandM^ Whal flag wou,<? you SU8fiest?  S p.0 per month. They also urge the lowering pf    t-     ^01/^0,^ n0t afford to have another tax petitions and tijaining little has Afler due coasidcratidn,  tl$ pension age from 70 to 65 years. biJj of n^ar|y onepillion dollars added to their been hehrd ottiem in the west., B> Jove! vve^lbagrec.        *  Further,-the com|rtiiiteeJs asking older per-    annuaJ-4i��tfigcosts, "it is not necessary toasstst all    Money is needed this y(ear to 7J)e na   for lh^ greitt Na,{oa  1.5 million Canadians who are 65 ^ars or older s^epr^t^  in order mezeft a relatively few who.ar.rn ^4 ffi^f fc SSi ta thc ��mince W QucbCc  Mac hinerjf docs^^llo ^ro^the  otc^ o^^^^jndjt^m >Jt^ ^^tc^~  x X  . %  sons io wHtc their *me|hbers of parliament telling  tlicm'that thejjresent pension is inadequate for  thbse who-haverto oth{?r source^of income.  '.j |J    We believe that to provide an increased pen-  Mon for jti&0$ly nt[edy is entirely reasonable,  but the committee's p  . e|>|pcnsive. Nearly a  cjejivirig the old age s^durity pension.  ���fj    To raise the pension by $25 monthly for the  entire group would cost $300,000,000 |a year and  ! 7        ''  j       i ��    ,  ~~^=^ x.      .._.-_;  Many Things ...  oposal would be excessively  the aecd poor with efficiency and economy. The committee is becoming known.- _.....  federal and provincial governments share the cost We fe?l that >> #,g'sincfc T^yyo cho^n fo^an mbiem  million Canadians are re- _��ntiy providing pensions to 15,000 penons in f^01^  by Ambrose Hills  ItjOljNG MIAN'S PREDICAMENT  i| KNOW a young man who entered tbe~worJ<ing force  J!    the other day. I don't cftvy him the decision be  fsjels be must make. ���  il ' Ih his opinion, he is joining a society in which he  rtust strive to be very ric'h, or settle for being quite poor  ... a freeloader in o country deterinined to live high  off the hog. He feels we older folJlsjare loading society  with services and costs. Wc will epjoy someof the ser-,,  v cefcfor a few years, quite cheaply. (He will have to pay^  for them, quite dearly. .,' j  He is a talented young man, "with twb betus: cither  Of thrOJ^Ag^Assistance program which is cur- P^ t|ie time j when >e es  a The famous Gtiillritinc.    - - __^ ����.:^�� if we are going to enter _       -     ���. ,-.   .,    .,    ,  a t i 0 n a 1    competition ��� ^rom far ��" ln ihe Northlands,  need in thc 65 to 69 yearsof^ge group. This costs ^SSaidl" have7organized sports steppa-u-ypke &oinirely heart*,  the taxpayer $90,000,000, that we can p|ck out the best If ���� isn't boo presumptious,  In addition.the B.C. government have a plan in th��. country to represent us7 We'd like the Thunderbird.  with Otthwa  Which supplements   the  old   age    it isj a. well-known fact that- .   X-      -  security pension for persons over 70 who are in-many bf the athletes who wish WhlIe hstening to the radio,  need. Thi: number of persons aitjed by this pro- to take part ih the Olympics^n-pfogn-mmc Open Mike,  gram and7fts-e)Cact cost, are not on public record. muSt  sacrifice  much of iheirTWe heard-a lady query,     '  Whatever additional aid needs tcf be provided <"vn ZXoneff^  cannot  affe^rd  go because they Which flag, Sir, Would you Hke?  ���a     rmfr     11 r��     *hnl b  to  the  for the aged poor could be|umished through the am0UIi of^^^y fequir��,,    ;; W answer came so promptly,  existing programs with benefits graduated accord-    R is[ al^; laarned ^^^0^: With t��mwituouS applaud,  ing to locaLvan^trons m living costs.      .*. petito^ hi^Sie of the sports; As long "as its Canadian  It must bc recognized that there are limits "-who  have to  ptirchase  equip- Old Maggie's flannel drawers,  on what the public can pay here in West Van- m<*nt   which   is   manufactured���  couvcr or Cornerbrook, Newfoundland.    ^^       outside the country, must pay Old Maggie heard that answer,   ���:         " duties'of up t*>.,50 per cent iii And set off with despatch,  fj-fder to brmg it into the coun- The  article in question"  THE LEADER of the New Democratic Party in try.   \^e  feel  that  something And   cuj      t(j        . '  The House of Commons is reported by Can- sbouJd; and  could  be  done to ;'.".-'  adian Press to have held the House "spellbound" -^.^i1 f^sit*Lvor"?ur top^th- When they arrived in Ottawa,  as he *"       ��� - - - -���-- *'     * "��� *������  sohoot teoching pr writihfe-poetry. As ^a- teacher, he &  vouid be ihThe middle-income group, and every service  v ould be__a_charge against his pay cheque.* It is his con-  viction that the way things are going, the taxes and  ether (charges he would have to pay from his teoching  silary) would allow him to live in genteel poverty. He  has little taste for iihat       ^ '     .  pleaded for Prime Minister- Pearson and !^-^g^th^ equipment tliey Debatew& loud and long,  .ion  Leader  DiefehMker  "to ^prk  to- ^tf ^T^dlTS " ��^ -J-speciL,  Said "Prhlted ihjHong Kpilg".  (W.;  Opposition  .MUC.   "'^'^f.     io  >vurK   to- ^ving  to   piiich  pennies  getner on setting up a committee toAandle the spend^money \McK they can ill  (flag) question." It seems that in his''spellbinder" afford^       ,   b , 7 D ^__. ���  .     >>.    .  spcccli the NDP leader said, three courses were     We have lJng claimed  that Ad^t: fla! ^IT���*'  open to the government td end the flag debate��� softness of the general public �� "    ,    e SJT0*  call ��  general election, invoke closure-or seek should  and cbuld be  changed AX,.-? Jnnrhattle,  compwnise. by-��i well-o|ganized   naUonal*And raak<r otheri___��'ons hied,  %*��� Canadian people .���ay  see  a fourth SisiS^e' S Sm^�� �� ,C'U^11 apprecia,c'    '  course���not mentioned by Mr Douglas. Call a representative! Competition in The ^ou^htfui hand that  national  plebiscite  and  let the people decide, many of thejdlympic gamesi     leaves,!  Politicians  who  support  democratic principles in-lhis^ country j is almost non- Emblazoni:d on white hack-  On the* other hand, he reasons that times will be  e^celltnt for the poet���because poets have little income  ogainit which governments can levy taxes. He feels that J.. . ��   .. _r.__      . ,  innumerable services would be hisTor! free���paid for by    vnust admit the will of the people as expressed ex*stei^'   ex=W  for  scattered     ground  , the great    b? a free, vote is the most democratic process of P0?^^  'ffe6^,indJvid7 A b��nch  ;e tcachdrs, farmers, profe^soinal people,  tody jof the middle class. He wcjuld live ih pbverty,  Iierhaps^Jjut with services fit'for a. king pressed upon  1 im, plus^ Canada Council grant now ond then so he  could (live it up a little.  II, pointed, put to the young man that he bad not  ciscusjsejJ his,x>ther_optiou: becoming quite rich. He  said that he had abandoned thot one, because he had no  t dent j for finance, and his rich uncle .was looking quite  sturdyj these days���. If wealth is thrust upon him, he feels  Ie can survive it, but ttodbts his ability to gp out ond  get itior himself.  At the moment, he is rather set on hecoming a  F oet,\|and living jn hohemian poverty, cared for (by a  societ^ more concerned about bis welfare than it would  te if ^ie were teaching the children of the ni?xt genera-  ton. Perhaps hefs rights-Looks like A good! decadje for  tjoets-i "    ���   .    ,  .1   '     ff  all.  i  99  as  uals,. These Wdividuals could  well do with financial support;  This: might be a small contribution to a large cause, if  we cap get behind the committee atj their, time bTheed then  ���1:  they ihight take it upon them-  fo-j tnT 4i,-���#.��.4 selvesHo look west and bend  . food for thought their fe��forts \ ^ mQj,e   ��;  wards; the orgknization of train-  Whatever man may outwardly say, as he thinks, so inS scheiels awl national compels he. "'.' ' ���Owen titioas, through which it wiU be   .    . .... possible to bring.out more-and  A wise man is neverjess alone than^when he is better 1 alhletei to represent us  aIone- ~r"~ ^^onSthan Swift in-the!wprld^sports picture,   I  Yours for better sports and  national-health^  Of Parsley leaveji.'  The only thing you can be sure of inJifeUs that the     Y0"^s *or* P  status quo wp.change. -Marie MoreXo ���S t0 bBttei1  The best place to find a helping hand is at the end  of your arm.  An obstinate  Elmer Leterman h^d eijinionsj  man does  not  they hold him. J  1 _, ��� ^^  SsCHEUpENlNSULA'/ifty^  :   Published Wednesdays-7  1     A-it Sechelt7        ��� "  on B.G.'s Sunshine Coast  by  Sechelt peninsula Times Ltd.  Box 3\tl- Sechelt. B.C.  Serving the area from  Port Mellon to Egmont   - -  (Hpwe Sound to JcrvfTlnkt) '  Dougla* G.Wheeler, Editor  S.BXdlsgdti, Publisher  Subscription Rates:  I in advance!  i Yeah S5 - 2 Years. $9  3Years$13  VS. ind Foreign $5.50  ** -. "^. ���**��� I  -,  Z  The Secbeft Peninsula Time*, Wed., fept. 30, %9$4 Pcgg S  -Gibsons P.-TA . T . ~ j *  More than 50 1 parents  welcome new principal-  MORE THAN 50 parents turned -iut to welcome Mr.  .7  George Cooper as neisr principal of Gibsons E>men-   -  tary School when the first PTA meeting of the new terra  vvas held on Monday, September 21 at the school.  ^^ Highlight of the meeting-was    ���* )���*"* ~**���" *  Mr. Cooper's address in which - presides!. Mrs. Peg��, Velen.      ���  ��*" AA-i'S'"1'-.. -  .- .  ;-��*.? **'^V7." "  ij-jr?;.' '<A.r-K\ry;, '<-  '-*-   r c* ���*"���*���       *     '- 1  '*���..?" .    ''.    ';f; '.{  . -.   ���  ��� j  ��� '-'��� -?���-'- -*- --" - -- -���   ' ��  Whiskey Slough ~ b      ..   _-        I  -HARDLY A NAME to conjure uR visions of abeauty   rSe^^T^^ ? S;  .       -spot   yet Whiskey Slough on the Francis Peninsula   join 'the-. canktoYoaa Hostet  ts indeed one of the most scenic districts' for many miles . and travel around the wurid mb  along tl^e coast Presently serviced by a gravel road,   expensively   They have these  hopes are that hardtopping will take place in the fairly   hiking clubs ir. 34 countries!  -near future. For the uninitiated, a weekend drive to the  peninsul^, situated in the Pender Harbour area, will  prove a1 very pleasant surprise/        "7~.*-~~~  People places & things  B.C. has four hostels, one being  a shake-covered A-frame ttSefi  cret Cove, winch -was built bf  -its members. As far as hiking  goes" I can now stand with the  balance.from one finger, and  can sit unaided.__Motfaer under!  stands everything I want~td  say; actually the only words  .coming out so far are. hi Dadal  -   *. ���By Rosy^and Alex Simpkins  For Baby's Only ���by Anne Simpkins���9 mos. eld J  Hi, BABIES. I-vcr noticed quite a lot of you with vour   Rod and Gun CftlJbt  mothers around Sechelt. Did you see rae? Took a      ,       #7, ��� t. *  visit with my family to the new medical Building on Sat- plan full slate b 1  urday. I kept my parents up with a cough, but by, the tall activities^ the Secheii  time I got to Dr. Swan my cougfrhad ��one away. The Peninsula Rod and Gun dub  grass looked so green and[ inviting that I wriggled around  in an attempt to get rolling on it. But they didn't understand and we _ went into the__building. b  In this atlractive large wait  he oetKned the value of the  Parent-Teacher Association in  the community and offered  some ssggested projects for  members' ccnskieratajn. These  included *he supervision of bir  monthly film presentations at  the school and the handling erf  paper-work arising out of the  accident insurance plait  ���Mr. Cooper referred to~a regrettable practice which has  been observed in the "vicinity of  the highway cross-walk patrolled by the students: adults repeatedly ignore the efforts rd  the patrol to control traffic.  Sdcfi a practice, Mr. Cooper*,  pointed out. Treflects poorly oa  the adults concerned and is the -   l~.-*  worst kind of" example for the    MayiOllVe  children  who observe it- T**/rmlaff"i  The following ware elected cf-    faqueue  ficers of the Gibsons Elementary School PTA for the coming  yearr 7 ~"  President, Sirs. Celia Fisher:  vice-president. Ilrs. Mary Mcintosh; record ing secretary;  Mrs. Eiieea Strom; corresponding secretary. Ilrs. Marion Alsager; treasurer, j Mrs. Venu  Aryan: -program.! Mrs. Agnes  Labonte; " membership. Mrf7  Ruth Harrison; publicity, Mrr.  llarianne West; magazines,  Mrs. -Lou MacKenzie; social  convener. Mrs. Doreen Matthews and Mrs. Eleanor White;  hospitality. Mrs. Carmen Dixon  and Mrs. Marline Dawe;  past  Mr. Coop*r introductJ Miss  Sara Kotaaa, the rw** "kirAvr*  garten teacSer who has =re��ent-  ly arrived from En^braL Other  new teachers who vt-rerunaWe  lo be 7 present are Mi>s .VL  Sturdy, JM7.4 ML "MarL^an. as3  Mr. J. IAjtinj.  . - "-   ..  Mrs. Mar suae Wes,: reported  that a IcollectiGE takt-a up_ to-  provide} dcthit^ a B d :n��iey  for" Koreas children (hro.gh ihe  "Save fee"-Children" fire-i . had .  resulted in proceeds cf $��3.  Foil&mnj the-: torn A, ps.t cf -  tfce meeting "members- a^-i visiters enjoyed refreshrr.ct��<  aad  ecnrejsattcm  with   Mr.   Copper  asi Miss Ifelmaiu.    , ������*  Passed away S��ptt-m',jer 16,  1SG4 May Olive Paquwtte cf  Roberts; Creek. B.C, a;td Ti.  Survived by two daughter*,  Mrs. Hascy Re"ad. Si-ccclt,  B.C.; Jfr^. e-etty Karr.Hfi. California; Jose son. Tfjnc*! Roberts Critefc. B.C.; *r.e ; -bier,  Sirs. Gl Reeves. Virtcrla: ra  grandclildrc-fl and Ure^E gr^at*  grandchildren. |  .__Fun��f>l    M;r\ ice    --- a  Tuesday. Sc-ptember-  ht!4  72. 1C-64 at-  2 p.in. | from Robert* Crc��k  Utated tharcfe. Intcrrr.^st S* a-  view tJejre'ery-. Rt-1 M tCf-r.^r-  m ofHeatinf.* Hsr.*;. 'T^r^r'il  Home. irffreKorss  r ^A  -  ing^room .were   bouquets   of  flowers,   looking, good   enough  to eat. There is also a beautiful sunshine clock. A pretty re-  ceptionist came  in and asked  my  name.  My parents  asked  __ who were thc people who work-  "cd   there   beside   the   doctors,  and   they^- gave    them    these  names:    Receptionist-nurses:"  <. Janet   UcTavisb,   Bev   NWsoa,  ' and Margaret Botderson. Office  "and accounting, Miss "Jervis aiaf"  Jean   Holland.   Janitor:   John  Watson.    Thc   two    little    redheaded  girls  looked  like  they  oivanted to play with me.-^  I Dr. "Swan is my favorite doctor   until   Dr.   Burtnick . comes  back from England next year.  He has a. perfect babies bedside  mannerr ile calls, each one; of  us  beautiful which  makes  all  grains''and dads proud? and they-  !o away liking- him."-_  1 heard my parents disciissing  n article by Dr.  Miner Hill,  which thQ* have already practiced witlnny brothers and sister. Children thrive on cuddling  but it is destructive to coddle.  Parents should not indulge but  should   consider- what  is   best  for  the   children  in  the   long  run. Coddling retards the rate  at   which   a   child - learns   to  jtand on his own'feeL-7*"*-:  XParents   triio   don't   r��iuire  T their youngsters to help around  the  house and in the  garden,"  "cheat   them   more   than   they  a I Geneva, .where he is representing the Teachers* Federation of B.C. Cousin Marilyn and  husband Bob Brooksr-fermerly  of PeE^erltiiifbMir. were also at  Geneva, Switzerland. They are  looking forward to -a trip- to  their summer house at Sa^n-  aw Lake .The old cwmtiy peo-  ple_wbo read the Sechelt Times  said_our area must |ie 'smash-  Jng.' They ftiund" their knowledge of F*reneh ^jame m handy.  Baby-i Patty Hall came - with  hcr big sister Heather to visit.  me. The fire was burning  hrightly, in the fireplace and  Patty just stood there fascinated. All we babies like a fireplace "especially- the- ones -my -  daddy Jbnilds." '- -. ~~  The other day Ave went to see  the new home jif Mrr and htrs.  Louis .Hansen on the - Mason  Rd., West .; Sechelt rBmiher  Billy admired the stucco: on  closer . examination * discovered  it was colored broken glass.  Daddy agreed that thel glass  was^ appropriate to this area as  was his *cclored_eut-stone . veneer. JVIr. Hansen will not part  . got tinder *vay .with a meeting  last Thursday. isepL. 17. {  Winner of the summer kmi  fishing derby was ^*rank Jorf  gecson with a record 51-pmindl  er^ followers-tip. Manford Cook  and Harold Nelson. J  - The new conservation officer.  for Uie area ..Mr. BiH Mason!  was inriod0ced to members  ami plans were made for thej  a n n u a I masquerade danee|  slated ^^for October SI in the"  cIubhouse_at Wilson/Creek.      |  Pfani were also discossai  for the annual game banquet  and dance on Dee. 5 in the  Roberts jCreek hall, and ^vork  parties to rebuild the kitchen  were called for Thursday even-?  ingsZ     : j  Meeting concluded with the  showing ff an excellent^ fiimj  entiUed, "The Valley of the;  Swans," produced by the De4_  partment of Recreation and7  Conservation of B.C.       -       J  BEER BOTTLE. - BEER BOTTIES  25c doz. cash for empfyl  :       "r' BIER SOTTIIS^  deltrered to oar yard, ct Wilson Creek. Wifl pickup 100 doz. lots et 25c{per doz.  Follow tfce signs et FteMs Reed  Ri/EBEN STROSHHN - Phe^e 8S5-226|    .'  I  One million voicjes  iorXmental health  FOLLOWING a sieetmg of the]  National  Executive Sept-  2I.J  Mr.   Murray   Rankin  of Xovaj  Scotia,- the   national - president!  GIBSONS  Centennial Committee  with-this beautfiul  place, self���- ^ CMHA.-announced  that the  designed.for less than S5O.00O. ���proposed objective of the =ass<fci  Another beautiful__home just  completed,���with Ranch Roek  veneer, is that of Mr. and Mrs.  George*-Boser on Park Avenue,  Gibsons^    '      7 7  . My brothers * are_having a  wonderful time running our new  loading machine .and digging up  spare them. To train a child in  good work habits is most im- ^the gravel pit Dad is delivering  portant.'W'1-cannot protect our    gravel for next to nothing be-  -3  portant,  children from all- hurt, worry  nd disappointment. We should- yard.  ri'tTry. Tne child who is. thus If *ou have a daddy who goes  tkught to cope with reality has���hunting .ten.roar mother to be  3 far greater chance of happi- sure \ he onloads his gmrhefdre  ^essvthaff the spoiled, coddled he wrings i* Intothe house, so  nd pampered. ��� :   you and ybor brothers and- sis-  Auhty Alafguerite \rtio spent ters (won't get hurt When we  tivo; months hoh'dayTin Europe babies are crawimg aroimd and  - "tiriiusband Charles, sent-us^ learning to walk I hope vour  mothers, will be sureJthat there  are no poisons. - shoe polish,  bleach, electrical things.-etc. in  C  tyit ^  sn English -newspraper .- with  tpeir picture on the front~page.  They visited North Wales. Ken-  ilworth, London, France and  thejL.saw  Uncle. Chuck jOvans  ctation's 1%S -National ~~5ctioG| -  program wtmldrhe the inairfara-|  tion of a nation wide drive to|_  secure one mflfion members of]  the assodaticn by 196T. 19ST isj  the 30th year- of the ^ssoda-|  tion's activities���its golden }ubi-|  lee as welLas .being Canada's]  centennial- Z  1  ��.       .^--*     . ��*��� _     ��� ;        The Hall Commission Report?  causehegctsTtoutofourown ^   ^^   serrfws   ^^   tte|  highest priority to the needs off  the mentailv til.- and clearly es-f  tablisbed that^mental fflness is|  a problem "which reflects the J  greatest public concern." |  One million members are!  wanted to press for sodaL com-1  munity and individual action to!  see that these needs are met. j -  This drive for a million voices I  will be undertaken by all thef-  jranches; of  CMHA   in   every}  province across the country.      {  our wajf^^  We are a hiking family, and  7  tl��0CIS   f  Yoyr Sugge^fions^  ^Project must be^of lasting significance  and provide maximum benefits io alt  People-of Gibsons areai j  ."*" Grants available in vicinity of $3,000.  *Submissionsjnusf oe mailed or depatSf-  ed at Thriftee Store office. ���-        i  j\~  ** AM-Suggestions must be in by Od. 31.  MY SUGGESTION IS ^-���- 4��� - -  :-!  :������  i ���  ��'-    ,��� ��l���H.Jl MWiWII   1 ;| liniliimil I "W.1   ��!������   '  ;*-,  ���. \t*  * ���,*-  it*  .    ��� ���   *  ^*  A. '  . GIBSONS UNITED Church was-thejldvely setting for th6  recent v redding of Sharon Ellen Ethel Sundquist[  laughter of Mr. ancj Mrs. H. E. <Ted) Sundquist, Penf  *( er Harbour to Elmter Emile Peterjs of Vancouver. RevL  -W.--M. Cameron officiated at the j ceremony.      ���   j  zL.:r The I bride who was given a-    *~       j "     '~     ~    "T  .ifay by hex faiher^ wore a pink    on  Edwards  and  Miss  Alisop  J hen shoath dress with * white    McKeeJ A '  accesspries an3^carried a bou-       Special local guests-were the  dugt ojf pink r^ebuds and car. _bride<s grandmothers,' Mrs. W.  Rations; b-b- Sundquist and Mrs.H, McCapp  Bridjesmaid,   'Miss-Sandra    also the groom's brother ami  r o��. the' bride,    sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. #ill  ^* -*kf*M>;,->. -r. ;h 4v ~ * Y- * ^<^^^^^ ������:-'  ';. ������'������*. .-f/-���� , ���'.-**"  Sundqiiist, sister _      .  wore k blueJHnea sheath dress  with iybite accessories arid carped   la   bouquet of  pijnk   andt  "White [carnations. j  A    longtime   friend j of   the  groom; Dr. Gjrdon McKee, of  _ jVancopyer wa:i jthe best man:  I;.Thei'bride's  mother chose a  Ibrown sheath dress-\yith beige  ���' accessories ana iwore a corsage  j of pirik carnations.  Reception ^was   held*"*at  the;  | Canadian Legion Hall, Madeira  I Park, i under the supervision of  | the , bride's   sister   Miss   Nina-  Sundquist, her aunt Mrs* Peggy Wjest and  ajso  Mrs. Sunnt  Trouse and--Mj'ss  Heather Edwards. The legion president Mr.  Ray Ifenn, proved a toast to  the bride. 7��� './.  Out of town guests were Mr.  and Mrs. Ed Peters^ Mr. and  Mrs.'Bill White,;Mr. Ken Mitch-  ell, Mrs. Dolores Poission. Misses Tteather, Sandra and Shar-  Peters.  Mr* jBernie Vallee, an old  friend jof the family, was also  k special guest, coming frorri  Vancouver hospital for the_oc*  casion.  '. For  bcr  going  awag  outfit,  he  bride  chose  a   blue  wool  j-uit, \v}th "white: accessories.   '���  The youbg. couple will take  tltp residence in Vancouver.  iderjce  TIMll  the  USE, TIMES   CLASSIFIED  FOR  QUICK  RESULTS  LOCATED ON the SunnycrestJRlaza,  come addition to the area. Manage  stop for aJbreather as they put the fhuhin  Already in operation for the- past week  for opening  new spacious Kruse  Lome Anger  louche s4o the  official grand opening  store  Drug Store is a wel-  ablyTasijisted by Danny Coates  prior to the opening,  is October 2,  Only you con  PfSSVEfiT  flltIS!  V'  S^ch^lt social notes  j j ���Witlv Tour Neighbours  REVjEREND iand MrsbDenis Harris were guests at a  ... ���-wonderful party,- held in the parish hall. Approximately 50 fijiends from the congregations of St. Mary's,  Pender Harbor, Church Of His Presence, Halfmoon Bay  and jStbHUdja'Sj Sechelt, gathered jto bid farewell to the  Harris's whojare leaving for Squamisli.  The Rev. Harris caitfe to this i.    ���  parish in 1958L ;Mrs. F. Stone,  in her nsual -artistic ^manner,  had designed; h Money Tree  and <j[uite^a"tidy sum w;as presented to Rev.! and Mrs. Har-  be rea'ched at 885-9573. As pejo  pie came f rom 'Halfmoon Bay  2nd Gibson:;, we feel this will  be a most popular affair for  winter months." Your  member-  iris, to show the goodwill and    ship will bi; most welcome.  Visiting   here   from    Brentr  wood, J/an:ouver   Island,   Mr  M-  esteem these jtwo poptdar peo  pie have merited. ������lMJ   ^^.^^.^^   .,.a..u    ....  I        ���     ���        -     -^f~ -- "UUUI.."�� ��"V��U�� VI "W"! AU.A.  Re^ "and Mrs. J-  B. Fergus^ and Mrs. T.  Northcote;-guests  son. effttertained; with their guit- of Mr.  and   Mrs.  J.  S.  North  ars, ! Folk   sinking,-Spirituals cote.  and Roundafajys; the latter, being ejnjoyed by the younger element.  Leaving Sechelt to live Jn  Vancouver, Mrs. iM. H. John-  sen. Mrs! Johnsen who is Mrs.  ���A desert  form   of   refresh-    Harriet Du'fy's nfbther will be  fi?4  ���ments- was much enjoyed; the  ladies of St. Hilda's did a very  fine job. Rev. -ahd Mrs. Harris  will have the welcome mat out.  for inyone  able to visit-them  at Squamish.    .. Mrp. /S.  Dawe,  president of  the WA presided at the urns.  missed by all wlib know her,  her quiet dignified-manner and  cheerful o titlook on " life, in  spite of hgr disability, should  be a lesson to us all. We hope  to meet again.  Also   leaving   the   Peninsula,  All ship-shape  MANY HOURS of-patient work were jregujired- to stock  the shelves of the new Kruse Drug -.Store. The multitudinous commodities were finally in place on the shelves  and manager Ilorne Anger surveys th^ fin^i result from  his dispensary with due satisfaction.  Wi  Creek notes-  ���By Mabel Wogman  ,��� . ,      .        .    ,.        .... .. Mrs.   Mabel  Kent;   Mrs.   Kent  ;:Co^iing here to live with his has   been  the  house  guest o��  si^,   Mrs    ,L    Ca,mPbell   at ��� Mrs��  Lloyd Turner for a fcw  S?lm^  Park. Mr.  A. i Crawley days    She   formerIy   Uved   at  Ot Vancouver, -i Madeira   Park , but   will   now  Respite so many other affairs make her home'   t. H -  being held on the s;ame_datey  the aittendance of the film showing    of    the    National    Film  Mr.   and   Mrs.   Ivan   T.   B.  Smith   and   sojn   Jimmy,   back  Navy and  Board, was most encouraging.   ^   vacafiohi   Visited   Banff  Mr;   H.   J.   Barendregt   was    ^nim Hj.t SFkingS and spent  a few day^ at frail, B.C.  Barendregt  commentator  and"' did  a  very  good! job^ The pictures shown  were    much    enjoyed    on��� all  Mrs. T. Lamb just returned  -from Narapiata. where she at-  sides; they ,w6re, "From Ten tended the Sciool of Confer-  To twelve"-of-value t^. those ehce-nf Lnitec Church Worn-  interested iny child behaviour en. Pne hundred women atten-  ahd welfare, -r ded this ccnfe&ince, which was  The Columbia, showing the most inforjmatipe and interest-  Columbia River Project, Cross- ing.  mm  roads of The World, a study of Happy brthday, just celebra-  -North   Africa   and   the   Middle ted by Mr   R. G. Cooke. .Many  East and last but not least, Un- happy rchms.  iverjfe, a journey through space J^TA  he d   their   semi-annual  and ;iime. used clothing sale at Hospital  N^xt showing will be Oct. 9 Cottage.  I   was an oustanding  at ^lp.m. sharp. The show will success  aid' the PTA workers  starjl   on 'time.   Season  tickets^ as usual t id a very good job.  can| be obtained $2.00 for one The clothes were allTgood and  person, $3.50 per couple, for the a great help to those who sell  new I series. ��� air. Barendregt can and those who buy.  VISITING THE district are Mr. and Mrs  and family fromrSmithers, BlC. Eric  came over fronr Switzerland in 1950 and is  tion supervisor for the B.C^Hydro, plafn to  area.  VISITORS  Albert Wagman and Percy  Smith_ of North Surrey|���were  visitors at the home of ^lr.  and Mrs. George Wagman recently where they spent a days  beating up the Sechelt Inlet'  taking STThe good fishing.  Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Harrop  (the former _Bea Hicks) from  Saanichtown visited Jolm and  Phyllis Hicks and family recently. The Harrops keep busy  boarding saddle and race horses,  both are excellent riders.  Eric Hensch  Henschr who  the distribu-  reside in this  is stationed at Corn-  NEW   RESIDENTS    Mr. and Mrs. WaHy Smithy  recently down from the Sechelt  Inlet are now residing in the  Davis Ba'y area.  JQIfJjsD  RCN  Vaughn Franske. son of Kaye  jmd Vic Franske of Davis Bay,  hjs joined the Royal Canadian  wallis,~Hailifax,   Nova   Scotia.  GENERAL MEETING^  The firsi general meeting of  the seasonj will be held at the  Wilson Cr^ek Community Hall  on October 8 at 8 p.m. Mr.  Hubens, from Abbotsford will  be the gi[est speaker and is  speaking |on the centennial  committee! Refreshments will  be served following the rheet-  ing. Come; on out and take an  interest in; your community affairs! , ^==_  NEW FLOATS  TENDER?! have been called for  construction of a new float at  Madeira fork, to be 9x70 feet,  to be added to present mooring  facilities. Tenders close September 30.     i  ��__by J. Moore  TEA -4   : An open house tea was held  at the home of Mrs. G. Taylor,  on Tuesday, Sept. 22 to introduce Mrs. H. Pbrtelance to thc  ladies of Port Mellon. Mrs.  Portelance is the wife of our  new principal at Port Mellon  "Elementary School. Mrs. Taylor was ably__assistcd by Mrs.  -J. Serafin, Mrs, J. Macy, and  Mrs, P. Madison-  ON  HOLIDAYSl  7 Mr. and Mrs. C. Graham are  away in Manitoba on holidays.  GRADUATION���  j Saturday, September 19 saw  the   ^-aduation;   of   some   43  young [men and vwdmeh. Five of  them /were from  Port Mellon,  najnely  Diane  Denford,  Terry  Fncmark. David Gant, Nadine  ;Gant   and -Linda   Moore.   I've  "Lnyivn these young people, a-  long . \yith   quite   a   few   from  Gibsons,   for   the   past   eight  years. It seems like yesterday  they were eight years, old, now  they fare starting* out on their  own. Being my birthday dn the  119th, it is one I will not forget  too soon, seeing Linda  graduate.'  My~ mother* and   father,  ;Mr.  and  Mrs. ;W;' Purser and  ;my sister Mrs. W.. Anderson all  tot New Westminster came to  Ttlie Reninsula forf the. occasion. - I  Store Opening Specials *  JOIN US F RID AY  FOR FREE  COFFEE  -and  D'ONUTS -  Orchids 1  for the  Ladies!  LOTS OF  PARKING Sf>ACE  ��� for your. Convenience;-  Collect!on Agency for B.C. Hydro ahd BX* Telephone  Manager Lome Angef-j  extends^ cordiel     |  _invitetien to everyojne f  to drop in for the Gole?  Opening ef the new stere.  &  L^onarutulutlo/iJ to  On the OPENING of his  Mew Store on the  ~ SUNNYCREST PLAZA  GERALD SMITH GENERAL CONTRACTOR  -yj~ GIBSONS - PHONE 886-9912  -1.  WELCOME TO OUjlN$  NEIGHBOUR * %mk DltMs  '."!'"- -- - - b - "  iii. Douglas Variety �� Painls-  1  DON'S SHOE STOftE  j SUPER-VALU STORE   u  I TODD'S DRYGOODS  ���*MwU4ipriP^tf^*4|n^'W'^lVF,w  rTrn  r ���*}.*���������������  ,*-,'f ���:4ns:*�� =*,  .... [-1-    -.  "*-    :��� ��� .....���.����������������<  i ..... .  ��������������- ��� -������ ��� ���" ���-���u-f-* "^*^ ;-..��' ' -.. ��� '.���.--  -...:-. .������?��� ��� ~-;; . ;..-.;:;s^ .:. . .-��� '.-���.:?_-.: ... >*"������-. ������-..��� *���.'..���**;���. -J ���v--- a -,���*> ---*��*A^fr '-u ���*, a*,"- - �� -���^  ��������� ���-. *...b ������* ���*" ��� ���   ���*���   ���     ���   *�� -*1  - '       _.A ^    -��-*--     -    ---   --__    g  *��� -���   ' - "*-|       ��� *-" iT ���--�����-   ���     ������*-'     ....��:�� ^-^-hl .r.���^^-^-.j-.-b-   n���ft���^^tiin    n " ,IW    imhwiwhwii-  I-n.  Ccmstrticffdn sobii  page 8 The Scchet Peninsulo Times, Wed., Sept. 30, 1964  For several, years the school board has-been under  pressure to provide kindergarten experience for five-  year-olds. Last 'years, arrangements at-Sechelt were far  from satisfactory for parents in the Gibsons area, so;  hoping that thd new Gibsons elementary "buildings would  be ready early in the 1964-65 year a kindergarten teacher  from England was hired. -   "  -The   School   Bcrard -and  JMr.    izes that  some  of  the  delays  G. Cooper, p&nekpat-of GLES - might  even have  been   avoid  are   aware  of  the   3iffic$ties,  and suggestions tor the re-loc  tition of the Kindergarten are  -being considered  3-mile limit, that,  entitled to travel  when tliere'is  SCHOOL  BUSES  The School Boafrd is concern  qd about reports of overcrowding _on some  bis/ routes  and  wishes to remind parents of all .    ;  yndergarten   chMren   and   <d.A   *ra^ tbmg-to�� to begone  High School studlks within the    ��nd receive the blessing of Vic  ed by more experienced trusts  ees and does not wish to" appear to'put the blame on Victoria and circumstances beyond  their control, nevertheless not  one but many difficulties have  eontributedTto the- fact that only on Tuesday of this week.  Nvere the tenders opened.  they are only  by school bus  amy -���     *  ENTARY "���!���  GIBSONS   ELEI  SCHOOL Ji  While the Schjc&l Board real-  turia between the passing o^a  referendum and the-ealling for  tenders. First,- a month must  always elapse To7" allow legal  waiting time for objections.  Then surveys were conducted  on the properties  available to  enable the Board to decide on  the most suitable site. Follow-  thg-this were-legal proceedings  tb'unite the four pdwly acquired  na reels-of land with the previous holdings.  1 Standard jians-for school construction are available irom  Victoria, cheaper, and it was  ijtoped easv to obtain. However,  Victoria*was in the" throes of a  major turnover of senior itaff,  and .With most of the other SO  School districts also having to  provide for expanding- school  Classies, they were not able to  <j:ope'with-tht demand for plans.  \ The Board basgkept their or-  ijginal plan to ha^e the, new  ^chool joined to the present  Annex, because -sHnough 'it  -jjuis meant a delay in "getting  the classrooms built ' we shall  eventually have a comprehensive land practical school, unit.  Also the present awkward and  Expensive heating unit in the  Annex can be dispensed with  and an economical system for  thCwhole school installed.  It fras decided.to hire a reputable firm of architects to  draw] up plans for the new  buildings and when this was  done I a   discrepancy   of   some  $30,000 revealed a i mistake  made by Victoria before the  referendum, ;was approved.  Permission had been given for  -an activity room  commensu'r-~  ate with a 12-room school, but  as xve were only building 6 new  classrooms provision was only-  made   for   the ' smaller ' hafir  Much .correspondence has gone  ��� back and forth to Victoria on  this subject before tlhe extra  funds have been found' and the  plans aporoved.     ���1_ .  These are the main facts and  all had to be settled before ten-  ders could be called,;but there  are other ��� indirect circtimstan  ces which have had their ef  feet too. Summer is a peakcon-  stroctbn .period and sub-con*  tractors are difficult to find.  While there have been no major strikes in the construction  industry therej -have, been several contract negotiations pending settlement and this naturally causes further. delays as  na contractor is1 willing to!  make an estimate until he  knows how much he will have  to pay in wages.  The floor plans will be published next -week. All being  well, and the tenders acceptable, work should start on the  new buildings in" about . a  month. "  7'1  It is well for- the heart to be  naive and for the mind not to  he. -^=  -.-2  Ai  Xj  xn  '. 3  Mttwmimmmpwkiii  WORD OF WANKS  - - - - i    i         -    .   May-we extend a sincere word of thanks, to the  many visitors and -friends who patronized us during  our first season as operators of the  Ruby Lake  Resort Dining Room. We shall be closed down las  front October 4 until early spring when we Wilt  again look forward to welcoming customers old and  new.  BILL and MARIAN YOUDELL  ��1  Is.  1'  v*-t  1  M  J  I Shell #S Histril  GIBSONST B.C.  Phone 886-2133  AS YOU KNOW JHERE  JRE NO RfAL BUYS IN  ekfiy shoes -but we  CAN FIT THEM FOR THE  SECHELT  r   i  VERY BEST IN COMFORT  AKD FOOT GROWTH * . .  ORTHOPEDICS A SPECIALTY.  WIGMDS  SHOE STORE  ��  *  ��  r  ��  ��  *  *  i  �����  ~C, S. SIGOfTS  BULLDOZING | SERVICE  Land electing ��� Excavating  RocKHBuilding ��� Clearing Blade  Phone 886-2357,  BoH 106, Gibsons  Commercial Printing  |  .       SEE        1  The Times  t****j  ***************  I*****************,  J  VMM4iMmm*mwmM*-f*mmmmmmmmMmmmmm**mmmJ**mmmmZm**mMtmmmjf+mi  Phone 885-9519  URE AND FAINT  STORE 4  NEW CHESTERFIELD SUITES  NEW AMD USED EVERYTHING  0ms* m p$m browse  SECHELT  Phone 885-2058  IffiliiiffiiiGi  >mmmmmmmrnmmmMmwmmmmm*mmm*mmmmmmmmmmmMmmwmmma*mmmmm~+.  HE3 OOLLY BLOUSES  and ICNSfi JUMPERS  ������   '     l i  T_^ NEW. LOOK JS HERE  ^rweiene 5 *jrctwi  rmM^MmmmMmmmmmmmmmm  Ion  'C<ri-  iveniently located across from  ItenT Golden Dollar Store  Phone 886-9941 - Gibsons  taswuysnuHWUl  ��PFl  8  I  ��  ��  GIBSONS  RESIDE NTS!.  Calls now taken for messages  and ad briefs at the Coin Dry  Cleaners oh thefa Sunnycrest  Pleza. Take advantage of this  new service and get value for  your advertising costs. Let our  classified J&ds  wbrk for i yeti#  I  Phorae 886-2231  or The Times office  885-9654  -. ************************  "*' -^*4*****'*^***0********\****v*i,*****%i**********i,*  I ^���K/^^i^^^te^^-^ ��� ^o.f,-..v.rt/* -.j.-,,. j,.^\_...'. ���������..-'���: :.'_.'.'.v..--"-.* ���*:���.��� ���^.������j-'i ^.   ���  ,  *���  v.'  Selma P^chaiterboxing  4 4" ���from here ond there  IN ST. PAUL'S Mrs. "Betty" Laid law-. .. in St. Marv's  ,   Mr. Hayman from. Selma get well soon .. . They  teH-me_ the new hospitaL engineer is staying in Mrs^  \Vhaites-cottage at Selma, a Mr. Simmons from Nelson,  hoping to get his little famii^_down real soon . ?; . news  Of our Mr. Bill Pumphrey, married* Sept. 6, living about  17 miles from Kelowna,-they have a trailer, arid settled  down in the Country. Our best to Bill and Geraldine  f Our first taste of the winter     * * ~.  .  gajes, hit us last night, thank  goodness not too much damage, a few trees dowtrhere and  there . . .the Howard Carters  -had a tree just catch the tip of  "their carport, not. too much  damage, and they nearly lost  two boats on the; beach . '". .  Clarence Joe's boat���just refitted and ready for. fishing  again dragged its anchor, recovered, in time/ now moved  around to  Porpoise Bay . .  .  and full of cptimism for-the fti-  .ture . . . Wish them lots of success in the days ahead . , .  Met Mrs. Vince Prewar. Mrs.  _Fred Saunders, and then Mrs.  Jean Wyngaert, down lo a .wedding in Vancouver . . . meeting  people -you haven't seen literally for year's, really rocks vou,  for you  look  right  at  them,  knowing you must know them,  and-feel like an outsider 7. . .  time sure flies by,' and you be-  4pn   to   count   the -years   you  haven't seen "or talked to them  .'._". . And one must be forgiven  for not recognizing old friends  and neighbors . . . Mrs. Saunders getting ready to entertain  daughter * Dorothy   and   sOn-in-  law,    Sam. \ Dorothy    matron  Chilliwack   hospital   for   many  years  nonv Sam  at one  time  editor of7Coas�� News after Bill  Sutherland 7 -. . One could go  Haven't heard of anjr^ back_and back still further, but,  but that's what makes    wil1 Quit, while I'm ahead 7 . .  names and dates elude me . . .  Still very nice to meet old  neighbors ....  A line or two on some of our  graduates -.  .  .To university���^  Maureen iAkeson . . . Sherwood  HayesT _��"ho plans on Jbeeoming  .a dentist 7 -1 Marilyn Boser . ..  Roberta  Quigley  .  .   .  Sheryt  Billingslej- Grade 13 in Haney  school, ipjans on a nursing career . 7 I Vicki Lonnehberg to  - business school . ; . Ray -Ran-  _kin to King Edward-school ...  Susan Forbes first year_at St.  Paul's on; way to become an  RN  .   .-.7 Michael. Moorfaouse  Grade 13 in Powell Riveri^s-^  Joy_Cam*eron to university v7-~~7  Geraldine Swanson at Poii^tel-  lon . . . Diane McDonald wording until she completesjier mu-_  sic   ... 7 Janice   Douglas   at-  Royal Banlr. .. David Skid-  mo^e and Allan Marshall work-  All in all=storm a sharp one' but  ciuick'. . . thank 'goodness, but  what a beautiful .day f o get up  / to, almost-worth the storm . . .  Mr. aiM Mrs. George Drew  Sr~_now living up hill next- to  their son's place . . . Chuck  Moor house and .son * Michael  down from Powell River for a  day's Tiunting^Son. Michael got  his deer in short order, around  Halfmoon Bay. then took off  home . . . Back down this way  again  luck .  hunting I guess . ;'.   -  Lloyd JefferieshurL quite seriously <at Enemark Camp last  week. In Vancouver hospitaL  Hung up in a .haul back wire  abont-lOO feet, then thrown another 100 feet, suffered_a broken pelvis, end possible infernal  injuries .;-.'.. fullextent of injuries still not yet known ...  Wedding bells still around,  .-. . Sandy Nickerson and Harvey Hlgginson, Red Pollock,  and Gudwyu Leeman, and margined in Vancouver,.. J a n i ce  Stewart and Bert/Lowe . . .  Lots of luck to our adventurers  on~tfae sea of_matrfriiony  At the -opening - of the new-  Co-op store in Gibsons Saturday . . . real grand store, big  ��� improvement oyer:the old one,  I that's for sure ... Freddy  jHolland beaming from ear to  iear, very happy over the store  ing . . ."Vernon McLeod ��^ork-j  ing. university later ': . . Dean!  Rebilliard working in Vancou-j  ver.jratil he can decide his fu7  ture vocatior. ... Danny Coates]  also working . . .We hope tftese!  young hopefuls will soon find!  their niche in life's__ patternb  and wish them many years of;  success ...      .._"���-      -  We lose a few students, and!  if what I hear is true, we will|  soon have that number i��ack.f  ahd a few more with it, when7  the new hospital staff-gets here!  and organized ... I  We. slip haven't got that cpen-j  ing date ". . . Really now- wfaat'sj  holding thi? info up? .-.*". Those]  ladies are still; .counting the'  days. Ho��v many more theyj  gonna count . . . next -month j  month after, or after Xewj  Year. I suppose your guess 'is:  as good as mine . . . we've*  waited so_-lcng_a Uttle longer?  should not be too hard to tak��  ... I see where the B.C. Muni-J  cipallties convention voted the  perennial old standby "sweep-j  stakes.** bit again ._.- . Thats  about as far as il will get . . J  Why does it just lay down and  die there _ . ���. Haven't. they*  got the courage of their convic-|  tions to* go right through with;  the motion . . . or is this the.  old line they use at every con-J  vention . . . See no reason why  Canada cannot have a sweep-;  stake . - . . Most, any -otherL  ^country you can think, about has  one . . . haven't read anyi  where yet -where they went  -broke and dropped the whole  business^. . ..m fact they are  making money and the little  man gets in on-the act . .z. Always irks ne when our ~big  brotherly government, to prpj  tect us and our morals, says eo~  we cannot gamble, and -sot to  spend our money so foolishly  . . . Somehow-1 like to spend niy  moneyT-and detest the idea of  anyone telling me how I should  spend it . . . That is when I  "can get a few-bucks ahead . . |  that's not very often I-will act-  mit, and will wager there's a  great many in the same boat  ... it's wonderful the dreams  you can buy with a little old  ticket . 7 Who knows,? someday ourjiorse will come in". . t  Well they tell me ... . you -can  tell when you are on the right  road���it's upgrade���. . . |  The Sechelt Peninsula Timet, Wed., Sept. 30, 1964 Page 9  -** *" A<2'&*r S j*.-   *"   ;_      Contest judging;  "DECIDING WINNERS of the Shop!Easy colorinc contest posed quite a problem for Mr. "and ?Trs \\\ Ekcic  o��_Porpoise Bay who kindly agreed" to judge ti:e final  entries last Saturday. Eight first winners from the t*��va  age groups have nou- been submitted to Varx-cne?.  where they will compete with dinners frv.ni s'.orea  throughout" the lower mainland and VancGUver Island-..  Painting contest  winner this week  SATURDAY marked the end cf  " the poprJar Shop-Easy coloring content. T  Silver "dollar wissers for this  week were as foilo-xs:        7���.  Tfcree-sLx   age   group:" First..  Mark   Gray;    second.    Patrick  Gaines; third. Michael Kohuch.  Seven-tea   age   group:   First.  Keitit   Jaeger: : second. - Linda  Barecdre^tl~l___rdt Janice Mal-  ~.ten.        " y  X :The eight "first ��rixe winner*?  pictures,   two  for   each   ^eek.  together wilh otter ^rst prize  winners from- the area covered  to be ainoafiet-ijli:* ���-��&:.  by the carnf-eti'Tcri. -hate   ���_��� -1  sent ta "Vancouver for the '..r.^l  judging.? Tie r,i.-> cf -th��? '.finer cf fthe  Cf:>   >:^cr  c.7ars  John Hind-Sth��th  Refriqeralion  j     ***-      1 _ -  j PORT MfLL��N I  TO PEMPEIt HA%B6UZ  t��hohe 886-|2^I  frets 9 ��jw. t# 5;|tf #j��-  -  kes. 886-9#4f  KRUSE DRUG  STORES LTD.  I  Y/nz//ffj/f//f//fffffj/fA  ZX Pharmaceutical  Chemists and Druggist  Gibsons  886-2023  Secheit  885-2134  ^nrtiy*"mj*^rtfijvifmnrinjv_rmnfln^  I  I  ]  Marine Men's Wear Lid.  Gibsons  Your Local "LEVI"  Store for Back toj  S��cRoorNeeds   -  886-2116  PENINSULA PLUMBING  LIMITED  Heating & Supplies  FREE ESTIMATES   _  Super Kemtone  Sherwfn Williams Paints  JHtone, 886-9533  frrfffiiifijjffiff/ffff/Tmi//fM/wrM  t����l��l��fifllffMfJ��  Marshall Wells  jvils ti  It's Easy! You eon win $5.00 fay simply identifying this object or objects. Ecch <rf tbe puzzles which will eppeor on this page are part ___  ofTthe present stock and one of which will be  advertised en this page. Yes! All you have to  do fs identify the object and the store in which  it is located. Be the first person in the store  on  Thursday  morning  aad  correctly  idetiti fy  the object and you will win $5.00 off any purchase. This contest is open fo adults only and -  1 there will be only one winner per week.  NO WINNER]  Last Contest JSeptemBer J6th  ///////////////////////>  GIBSONS  HARDWARE  ��� OWNER. " t  GIBSONS 886-2442    \ ''  "     *i: ^     -: ���  WATCH FbR OUR  FLYERS  I  i_  1  I  I  I  I  I  5  Thriffeej Stores  LadieslWear  -   .._ AMD j   t  ^fhrifted Stores  Drygbods  Phone 8SS-S543  -I  ���I-  I  I  I  I  1     -" - . *?  HOWE SOUND 5-1QT15 |  BaTs Block "- Gibsons   _ |  -1                         1 5?  Novelties -Varieties J  JSeacKwear |  Everything  Phone^886-*^52  c  >'.:  :���  <'.  ��  �� ��  ��  t  < :  *  t ,  4 ,  4  *   -  < '.  1 ,  i -���  J  4 <  4  1  A  4  \  4  i  4-  fffrifjiitamji^mizririrrrnuiiffiniiiuuia/m/iifiiirm  ^^mmmm��mimmmk  ���.jm ���**"���<*.' m imr ��������� ���vn-niff ���!������   L��iy  ��������.  &  rm*^f*^**^*^m  ��� *�������� .i1 ;��� ��� ;��� r -v-. f  *'*���  iV"^-"t^^i^.>^y/,>:��������������;;;.  ���*::���>:. Page 10 The Sechel* Peninsula Tiroes, Wed;, Sept-. 30, 1964  *b  ?r  iiy  &x  .**:.'  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J * *        **   -  5- -*��i*"  ;7-;--*\;--  ***. ^^X*-*  ,7 ' ����������  4.  �� ^  Sechelt Bowling Alleys  ���By Ere Moserip  HldH SCORES at the Sechelt Lanes last week were by  Ray Nelson for the men with al nice 753 find for the  raffifes Hazet Skyette with 708.  ��aiitcs   Sept   22���Rose   Ro|l-    -  v. ah *^i*^r ������� "i^*v.  *-i- --*-^^?;!,F"-*r-5--  "-'^-J^��^-"''>-' ���"- '.% --^"**  Lightweight yacht  Sept  ��fay 573,. JeanTHSiBand 247.  La dies- Wed.:���. Hazel Skyttcr  J~T708i Elsie Johnson 286.  ljlijrh Sete&t-4ames Duffy  397 (219), Arlene-Johnson 367  208).  J^port Club���Tony Tschaisk-  owsky (294-743. Dorothy Smith  28;-67Gr Bcv Ndson 288.  Buckskins (Indian League)���  Ray Pinchback 529, Dolly Paul  41$, Carol August 413. ���  Pender Community ��� Lola  Caldwell 307 626), Matt Jaiger  (753).  -  Pender:  Jessie Reetz 531  Ball  aiH  kebinson  "Dave McDonnell 709,  I Chain  28G-745.  BUILT AKOUT fifteen years ago, this small but useful  dugout vessel with outrigger and sail shll provides   275. Dick Gray 306 (717), Ho��-  the'bulder, Mr. WiHjo \V5ren of Gibsons, with a_great   ard Carter 275, Ray Nelson 2S0  deal of pleasure. He was caught by the camera over the  weekend out on Trout Lake in Ttis craft, the Kon-Tiki.  j���I ��� ��� ������������I  Cifo J?J5> campaign ... ,  Lions oan^ra$s Oct 5  where file dollars go  i      '- ' - -       - ' . ,   ;. .���  WE ALL KNOW ho% easily they disappear, but this is  the story1 of ONE DOLLAR which goes a long way tp  helping a million adults asid^ehildren who suffer from a  painful and disabling disease which can leaveJhem bedridden and useless for many, long years���ARTHRTIIS  Canadian  PREVENT FOREST FIRES  235-G84,  Red  Headers Riqht  Promptxservice  Sir���Wc would like to "express  a word of tbanks~ttrall mem*  bcrs of th? volunteer fire dept,  for prompt service at a fire Ihat  occured it our home in Selma  -Park. Their cooperation was  .wonderful and the promptness  was amazing. Also to all neigh*  born thi'it assisted, many  thanks.           ���Gordon and -Marion  Rohson.  {ywsrmvwimw^  lepmrs  Your typewriter cleaned, oiled, adjusted^ ond,' new  ribbed insta lied for only $6.95 when you faring it  to'The Timei. (Mechanical repairs^ir parts are extra  ���you will bo advised oFahy extra cost before any  work] is donk unless we are instructed to contrary.)  Adding Machine Service at same rates arid condition?. _  rm n  ��� >--*.;*���*:*.**-*(*,���.��-:# *,<  This month,, the  Arthritis and Rheumatism Society , is replenishing its fonds  so th2t the fight against airth-  ritik can be stepped up in  1965���and where will those-  *mds go? ]  ;* 75c of eveiy dollar will go  to\yards patient cire���looking  after the people suffering' Un  tliii town an<T others in B.C.  V/iC will travel further afield,  to ,pay for\the'research which,  hopefully, will"'eventually <3����-  inate this disease. 7c of that  dollar will educate the public  and the medical profession, for  there's no",use haviiig good  treatment services %vithout  highly qualified staff, to oper-  'ate1 them or unless patients  kno,w-that care is availably.   Campaign expenses take l>.��c  and 9e go to central"services to  keep the administratiorbticking  over.  I One other vital question���  where did that dollar come  from? i | -  Government jgrants. to CAJjS  ^r*6vide 26c. Patients treatment  fees  from  those  able t<?  pay  bring in l?cr3e-come from, other donations���and 54c come  from-you, through United Ap-  pfeafcr andl local campaigns.  If you can provide" more  than that one dollar, pe extra  goes into research, for the  main aim of the ^Society is to  eliminate this dise^e. While  patients have-to be looked after bj* the Society, CARS must  continue to spend the vast majority of the dollar on treatment  services, but more and more  we hope to. turn funds over to  ' research so that eventually the  treatment will no longer be  necessary: -._: ���=���  So, when tlre-���ARS volunteer  "canvasser comes knocking���-at  . your door, remember that  THAT DOLLAR has a long way  to go, and that it will be helping a. million suffererC in Can-  cda alopj! every Inch, ofbffie  way. Vohinteer workers of the  Sunshine Coast Lions Club will  canvass. in this district com*  niencing Octi 5. ,   .  XSpecwl servicebuuet in for  or i  IIS   SECHELT - PHONE 885-9*54  ��� ���"ft* * *;*.* #;��,��� #.+-��� #J  I  - m  '   3  IutttalMferpolicyholders\  USE TIMES: etASSlPTCl>  t WtUGHX: f HEATRE  Glfeons ��� Phone 886-2827  -'Ail evening shows: 8 p.m.  Children's MoHnee>- Soturdoyr 2:30 ^pt   Wed:, T^iurs., Firi;, September 30*, October % 2_  Ingrid  Bergman - Robert Donat  INN OF THE SIXTH HAPPINESS  Technicolor - Cinemascope     _7;b  Sa��7~Mon., Tues., October 3, 5i 6  Cash McCall      NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH  '-.=         Warner Color ,       XX'  ��� A  vmnnr.  1965 ����i.ECSWAGEM  i- *.-!      ".-.-."''-' '���  S-oles irad Service  at ^wprwices  For Volfcswagen Ports and Repairs - Expert Steam Cleaning.  ��� " *��� ��� [ Msa  McCULLOCH  CHAIN SAWS  SOLNSKS SERVICE  Sunshine Coast Highway,  Roberts Creek Phone 886-9662  CAR  VALUES!  j If the answer is*."Yes" ytiu-Ve^boiig^soinBfhing.''  you,?re mighty proud of and you have a right to be.  !After all,, a) home! is prohtbly the; biggest4nvest-s  ment you'll eiake-in a lifetime. You spent a lot of  :time choosing th^; right location, style and size.-  I Those things were import? intbecausfeyou bought -  ? theliome for your %ife and family too.* And you'll  I want to-makesure that they will go oKliving there  even, if you are not around/Your ^Company, The  Mutual Life, of Canada, can arrange a repayment  plan to guarantee.that your family will have.a  debt-free home. Call, your representative or mait  the coupon below for further information.  ��*��  r  i  i  T  1  t  [fcj] The Mutual Life\  \m  mx   ASSURANCE COMPANY ORCANADA    I  JJOMPAN Y OF_CANADA  HEAP OFFICE: WATERLOO/ ONTARIO/ ESTABEISHEirXSea  I ant interested in learning  a debt-free home foi ���  tlAMB^iuritllNHtiHtin  iitiiiiniatsitiinftftiitit  t*iitti*��Miit��itmuvtntf*ii  STREET.  ���������M*����^ff #�����*���������  ��� ���^���������������������������������������ft����*l  ViZI7y����t*WMat����f��t*tt*|H����#��K��*t.i��ti..4t��ii.i  REPRESENTATIVES:  NICK D. THIESSEN,  -7069 AlberniJSt��-PowdH River, BiC.   X  Phone: 485^30     Jl       i  ��� f  how Ican.provide  my)  i��ftUNIHMHNNl��IIWMMMNMM��H  r  i  PAULNEUFELD,      ��� ^1  300-4^5, Howe Street^ Vancouver, BX.  Phone Res. CR. 8-8337 - Bus. Mil. 3-6905  mm-  y-r - ��� * -a >.. ..-       .���i - ��*   _^s.    ��� "^���n t-i*    nr       ir          --****  s**  ��� *���   '-  ��� The Seehelt Peninsula Times, Wed., Sept- 30,1964>ege T T  *     ""     ' '"'       "  "���     '      ���������ll"W'i       'I i  ������w���������������      mi  iiiii.li ii   �����������  tu iwiwi ��� i-ii im  Bargain Harbor]Notes'  : -     -     -  . ��� from around tkc roost  | MR. A_vD MRS. Lionel Dupsiy and daughter Diane from  \ Long Beach, California spent a *^eet with Mr. and  : Mrs. Martin Warnock, Bargain Harbor; before5 return-  bing^home they'-visited friends and relatives oa Vancou-  ; ver lsland-7 . ���-*���H����� j���. .  ~     ik-k7 Warnock and son Jint--3fr. and Mrs! M. ftanjocfc. thcy  ; are   home   from   the   summer,  returned Ifeome  witr. fa   suf-ply  New arrivals  TED FAREWELL of PeninSula Motors looks proudly  _ along his line-up of new '65 autos and probably ponders the problem ofrreplacementsonce they are gone if  the industry strike takes place. '*". *'-  Round dli-oui the town  forest. "organization- was con-f  sldering the use at observation!,  balloons -to bring prime logs!  out of difficultp laces isn't new J  to the Peninsula--About fifteen j  fishing; Jim Seines tip coast on  his drum seiner Sea Angel,  while his father, Martin, trolls  off the west coast; brother Bill  is still selling off the Queen  Oiarlottes on his drum seiner,  Homelite. He is expected borne  soon and has been away^ since  July 11, thc twins &re missing  him. - _ _ ; .. _ .  Ed  Warnock  returned  home  years ago a gyppo logger, also} from tfae west coast with his  an aviation enthusiast, announ-1 trailer Billy Boy. Afl had a-fair  ced from his -^office' which was t_ season. ��� A]  the corner table in the local j Mrs. Liiia Bargain Harbour,  pub. thatbe was going td Seat-J who lives across from Canoe  tie to buy half a dozen war sar- i Pass Bridge, returned home  plus observation balloons. These f from giUnetting in Smiths and  ot apples;and berries.\  Miss   Xorzh . Warnock   spent  the surnaier with reLtue* in  Westlockj A'b^rta. Shd returned  horse in ftice for scijocl This  was herffirst trip i-iay .tram.  heme; she enjoyed it "so rr.tich  that she pi*s* to go i^iir. next  year:-     j   " - A-  Where iiid the kerris^ go this  summer**: None io Bargain Harbour.    -1 j ~*"~  A cumber of small; boats go'  under Cime Pas* \r.4zc at.  high tide, to troll out cf **ere. -  Tbe salmon fishing vi|t�� not w-  good, this year. f  Soon all  comtnerei|l  fishing  b b      �����By: Ed Green  ACCORDING TO soine of our businessmen, McKenzie . _ _��� wt vv���.���,.,..,. ,^.^.  Riding 15 tiie forgotten riding as., far as4he provincial   J16 saht ��mM__he use to lift | Rivers. Inlet, all s��mroer. She   ^ gj^^. ttA sthmi and  government is concerned. Their eiuef complaint is that   ' * "     r"    * ""  ~"'        -"-��----  millions of dollars Tn taxeSyTBorest licenses/and other  considerations go to Victoria -buL less than, half a million* .comes hack here in the shape-of public works.  Why? they ask, isn't there an    ���--��� ���*���"   adequate road improvement  and maintenance program,. Why  -do other ridings^baiye_a continuous blacktopping pjo.g r a.m'  while we here have all we can  do^tocoax a grader over our  cow-paths that we loosely calL  roads?: Why indeed?  Part of the answer might be  found in the fact that our re-  presentati/e in Victoria doesn't  not provincial...  There are those who. will  challenge this but they had better take a hard look at what  constitutes public progress. We  can point *.o our new. terry system with some pride-hut after  you get off the ferryj-wbat have  -you? Almost a hundred miles  of^tortuous twisting road that  uses no more than half the road  allowance.  What's  the   matter  logs out of inaccessible places, j is in her sixties and fishes alone    &n y,c  itats ^  ^  y^*  He even ment so far as to-plan j on her-feoat. every year, .Not.   ^^ to ^ ancbflra|e.;  towing them to the mill oy air-} many women hcr age can da _j f   -  plane   hot  there   were  a  few{ a jpbji^c that, it is hoped she  hup in his idea so it didn't get J had a successful year.  very far. But, it was an ideal     Mrs. Stan {Nina);Almas and  and originated right here. | son   Steven,   from ; Wellington.  There is one  serious 7incofl-"| -***** a ����*l/***-h ^r P^rtnU.  venience aboard our new ferry-  Politic^    fannms   r*od.   the"  theater :have tme-- rui4 13 'cvzn-  indn: Soaie hams cas't fee cur  ed.  1  belong to the right party.  Despite prptests to the con--, with using all of it? Don't tell   frary,.-" Mr,  Bennett has- never    us the government is to be com-  ___been noted: for spreading tar- 'mended tor blacktopping, even  gesse among constituencies fiot-- that much,of the road. Hiey did  favoring his- party; This Is_bu-" Dothing.xrf the kind. The money  man nature gnd7Stnce,w^ seeni bfej blacktop the road to Earls  unable to. elect" anybody else��� Cove was-put up by Black Ball  we'll; haveTto.7come itp with  something   new   before   vrhat  xioads we have" disappear in the  ���slowly encroaching forest. _,-.  At the moment secession:  seems to be~the answer =: to  many problems. The French-  Canadians, those who have nothing to lo^c, are yelling to become a. separate nation* Even  Mr: Bennett has said.tbeYu&OB  -should secede and become a  part of British Columbia. .He  paints a -glorious picture of the  Yukon _if_ they "yield ttk bis  ���blandishments and become- a  part of B.C. Tbe Yukon, he  says, is Tifty years behind the  times. Weil, I've got news for  him a lot closer to hom& McKenzie Riding isn't any better.  Any improvements around here  were made by private jCapitaL,  Ferries and though it has since  been paid back the fact remains  it was private money to start  mth, ~~* -   "  Inquiry-a��7 the office of the  resident engineer reveals that  not enough money is available  to do the w.ork that ought to be  done to bring us In line with  the times, Quebec had this  trouble too so they borrowed  o-ne^nuindrttT million dollars"  from, guess who._W- A; C. Bennett- If they can get tbat by  threatening to secede there is_  norreason why McKenzie Riding  can'C do4he samt-       '  This-is .a rich riding and  worthy of more consideration  from the. provincial government.-Lets see what can be  done toget it.     "  . '   T"  Tbe recent-news that a giant  -IfiOBERTS CftEEK  CREDIT UNION  "Sechelt,* B.C ^~-  C^jeo^Tuesi*^ to Friday  ^Tl-o.m. to 5 p.m.  SCHOOL SAVING  CLUBS  Gibsons. - R^berti Creek  Davis Bay - Seehelt  Egmont  S  fawwi  Zoning Bf-law No. 66  TAKE NOTICE THATThe Council of the_Corpora-  tion of the Village ^>f Sechelt will hold a Public  Hearing- at the Municipal Hall, Sechelt, at .the  hour of 7:30 p.m. on the 6th day of October 1964,  under provisions of the^MunicipaTAct, to consider  a proposed revised Zoning By-law.  A copy of the_proposed by-law may be inspected qt the Municipal Hall, Secheit, during business hours, between September 23 rd and October  6thp964^  E. T. RAYNER  ^"Village Clerk  vmmimmmiM^ifi^mmxxmimmm^aat  and that is the IocaUonof the  coffee bar and restaurant. I  These are on thc uppermost J  deck ami two flights of steps |  mustjbc climbed to reach them. I  This is a minor problem to}  many but a major one to oth-|  ers--Quite recently" a charter ]  bus carrying members of tfce |  Bumaby Old Age Pensioners!  was aboard tbe ferry on there-J  turnjtrip ��o the -city. Many ctf |  these elder!} people felt thef  need ot a cup o�� tea, some off  them wanted-a meal, but only I  a few could; manage to climb|  the stairs. One flight of steps is f  bad enough; two is almost im-f  possible. Esen people ic goodS  health thinkitwice before climBb  ing two fligiis for a cup of co^|  ' -fc*-   __*-*-*"' |  Why is the restaurant kept}  " closed until the ferry leaves the|  slip. Several people, out of|  breath frpa; climbing the steps,f  compiairasd about being compel-}  led to stand at the door- unlilj  the   ferrjr   moved   out   Iheref  j must be a reason for this. ^Sfaatl i  -is it?   r^j- .       -.   . ,    | "  ... - With the new hospital aearingl  completion the recent revela-l  tions regarding Barnabs^-ambu-|  , lance charges, should cause usj  to examine this situation veryf  closely. Private ambulance op-j  erators,   in   Bumaby  at  least,}  . say theyt lose money on everyj  ambulance call and therefore!  they musreharge $30 per call}  plus St per mile, I am not go-J  big to arga��> the pros-and cons!  of tins legalized extortion be-f  cause no matter what is said\  the use of an ambulance in]  emergencies comes under- thei  healing of public service thef  same as a fire brigade.^An am-l  bulance, 7no matter how elabor-f  ate, is nothing more than a spe-|  cialiied taxi and as such can-|  -not possibly justify the exhorbi-|  tant charges made. In any case!  it is time this essenttai.service]  be taken out of private hands]  and handled by a government!  department We had better eon-1  sider this miw before we get}  into the same disgusting messLi.  as Burnaby.      -_ }  '    '   - ' I  Tokujiro Mmkawari  Passed awayr-September 21,!  -19S4, Tokujiro T-Maikawa of Se-5  chelt, B.C. Surviyed by his lov-*  ing wife Koyoshi; one daughter;  Mrs. Misao OrM, Sechelt; one  son, Robert, Sechelt; and"  grandchildren.     ; 1  Funeral���service was hehi  Wednesday evening, -Septembec  23, 1964 from the Budhist Tem^  pie, Steveston, B.C. Rev. Si  Ikuta, officiated. Cremation!  Harvey Funeral Home, Gibsons!  B.C., directors. 7 1  :    BALLET^  Royal Academy ol  Dancing-Syllabus j  ANNE GORDON j  Charter Mcmfcer CDX.A, B.C- Zrcrzh      i  GIBSONS - THURSDAYS       j  WILSON CREEK - WEDNESDAYS j  C��oim unity Kali ;  Assistant TeadKer Penny Leo Davis:  Pher* t/j%Z\'t Dc%is 8S6-2CC9 or   .    {  or Mrs. FedrrZty 8S5-22-<-< cr wnt*        L  Vcncauver IS/E.C. ���      {  SECHH.T AGENCIES LTD.  _ DATE WAM"  ......    ...     .wfl..l.'��L.  ��� Thfs free reminder of cemihg e>^entt ��i c f*rvti�� cf  ScOiELT AGENCIES LTD. Phcne Se<he(r Pc**vn.ja  Tunes dtrect-icr (tee listings, spe&fy>f>0 "Dare ?��!".  Please ncte thet space u limited enefsomt odvcrci* coles  may heve to ��at.thetr t��m; dso thei ***** '* �� "e-erira&r"  listing crUy end cannot always corr^ full detcijs,  Ocr.  S���H��sifcf Auxtltcry rnettit^, Ha-sptsf C^t-'c^e,  2 pm.        -   . ���   . I  Oct. \7-���tr\ctheri Crcfe Demofc^Tarfcey Dinner, Vc:r:  H��.!77 pjn, .. b ���  Ocr. 22���Sunshine Rc&ei-ch Lodge 82. FcO Bczcc*. Hcs-  pitclCctto^ 11 CJTS.-4 pjn.    j  Nov. Z���^Wihan Creefc United Chu��ch"T?��i| Ecirccr. .  Hov.- i4���i-Fcil S*r?crgc��o��d. H*sp-*sC A^x:ls��f^J Le;p3n  halt/    .   "      - 1  COMMERGfAL LOT! SfCHELT/  LEVEL LOTS, DA^IS BAY i  b       from $1,260 !  Very easy terms ��� Enquiries to Bob Kent  Pfcone~88S-44^I ' "!  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  REALTY an��f INSURANCE      ;  Wharf- Road Phone BSS-2161  ���      f ���������  -f ���  n. nn��uj<|r��iL".�� ���      ���  .  -       |   - ���*     - ' ' I i!���������!��� mim  U   ��� ���������  I'Miili  ���**v' -������ ���  4     "^  ��V.*'  ...      .....  ��� �� *   j<t      Jim  t.-!--''  ~v~m~,  ' - ��. a its'.  V.  Si ��  JK*A. ^  Page 12 Thc Sechelt Peninsula Time^Wcd.^Sepr. 30; 1964  ��**  New pay-telephone  procedure change  THE|"hand is quicker than the  eye in the use of public pay-  telephones on the Secheit Pen  insula.  In changing thc type of telephone in public locations, the  B.C. Telephone Company placed a new instruction card a-  bovc   the   phone.   But,  to   the  despair of repairmen who are  receiving a rush of ''out of service*' calls, people arc_ dialing  first _and reading the instructions too late.  L  The -correct method of now  placing a long distance���call  from a pay-telephone���on the  Peninsula is:   lift the receiver  for dial tone, deport 10 cents  and then dial "0" for_operator.  The coin is returned when the  operator begins ta handle the  call, , - 1_  ,For local Sails, lift tho re-  eoiver for dial tone, deposit a  dime or two nickels and then  dial the number being called.  The company says the change  of - pay-telephones is being  made to Tiave all public phones  of identical operation. The,  change brings "about a reversal in the procedure to place a  call.  u ">  IS *  . l*t  t*��*  ���-���>"  ; >  r  >-  .ft  'Zt  > --?  >  ��� /  It's, longer, lower, wider���with the kind of interior com forts  many an expensive car wondering why it didn't think of  shoulder room, more legroom up front.  Malibii Super Sport Coupe  that'll have  them first. More  In fact, just about everything's new right down to the road. And evenjthat'H  seem newer because the Jet-smooth ride is smoother than ever, with a"new  Full Coil suspension and new Wide-Stance design*  New-style, new ride-^-and plenty_of Six and V8 stuff. Here are  all the things that have made Chevdle Canada's popular  new-sized car���plus some new surprises that promise to make  it come on stronger than ever for '65.  It "may veryj well be the.expensiye-est looking thrift car y  ever laid eyes oiH-But "thrifty it is. The biit difference this  eyes oiK-But 'thrifty it is. The biff difference   I    ���      V��� I .   - -   ��� aSt  being that Chevy -II's marvelous mechanical_efficiencir  comes Recked out in a debonair new look!  kasma,  ^SSftt  ji      aggss^rr^^aa&^:r5gf5**?*S*Ri ^riSi    ���  -���       r  itw     ***.*^ r       J^pjalffM  lynw^^rv'i-**1      "     wr  "        ' ***W��.,Jik<!JWlX9mt  ���%**��� - * -^-^�� -*W  ��-*--*�� ;"  ^^^* *" MM        ���"���*-���**>������I-**.. *��.*���� fc.  Chevy ll Nova 4-Door Sedan  Corsa Sport Coupe  IlowVtliis for sport with an international flair? It's a new top-  of-the-line Corvair for '65���the Corsa Sport Coupe. One look  at it, or any of the Monzas or 500's, and you ean tell there's a  Corvair revolution underway���all over again.  5 beautiful shapes for'65-Chevrolct*ChevcUc, ChevyIJ.Corvair&Corvelte-at your dealer's  Sechelt, B.C.  Phone 885-2111  Be sure to see Bonanza on the CBC-TiV network each Sunday, Check your iocgl iistfnjg for channel and time. ��� . ���  cHevRotsrz  CX-1650


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