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 I -  PHESTOH MICaOFILSlKS SERVICES  2182 WSSt 12th ATEmffi-  V&KCOUVSR 9, E.CV  Audwnred" Ci  mc3   by  Serving the Sunshine Coast, (Howe-Sound to Jervis Inlet), including Port MeKSn. Hopkins Lending, Grcnthcm's^Landing. Gibsons, Rcfcerts Creek*  Wilson Creek, Selma Park, Sechelt Halfmocn Bay, Secret Cove, Pender Harbour, Madeira Park, Kleinddfe, IrvineTs Landing, Earf Cove, EgmcntZ0 WEDNESDAY,! ANO- 2Sy t?M I IOC  i \  -   /  /'-.'  /  ! Wharf fisherman  [ gels mce cofoe  I   WHETHER they catch fish or  i   riot,   many of our young fish-  I' ermen-get a kick out of drop- **  |   ping a line in the water,  i   .  It   was-  therefore- something  I   of a surprize for nine-year-old  '   Jimmy Kolky when his line re-  i   ceived    a    jerk .considerably '  '   harder than usual and an even  '.'greater surpriss  when he Ian*  |   ded a 6 lb. coho -while fishng  !   from i the Porposa.Bay  wharf.  |       Young  Jim  was "Using  a   19  lb. test Una "wth a book a shiner.  Killer cougar  shot in trap  CHECKING over his'cattle on  . leased land near his own  property,     last    WednesdayT"  - Ches. Day of Robert* Creek  "came across a flattened out  area which on closer inspection  revealed the carcass of a calf  which he decided had been  killed by a cougar.  ' He immediately notified the  Fish and Game Department,  Vancouver, who . within four  hours bad" dispatched an experienced predatory hunter to  the scene, complete- with  bounds/  Taking into consideration the  short time the calf had been  slaughtered, the- hunter,- Jck  lays-,, decided to try traps. He  has caught many cougars in  the past but-had never used  traps   before.  Traps were ��3t in the vicinity of the carcass and left for  the   night.   The   next   mottling  JLays and Day returned to the  "scene to discover a very bos-",  tile  two-year-old  cougar  trapped by one foot. A bullet from  the warden's gun quickly dis-  * posed    of    tbe    brute - which  ���Wiglied more than a hundred  pound?.  v Mr. Day believes there "arc  more in the district but is  keeping* bis fingers crossed.  Fractured skull  in bike accident  FIVE-year-old Johnny, son of  r Mr. -.and Mrs. -Richard Branca of Sechelt, returned home .  Sunday from St. Paul's Hospital, Vancouver, where lie was  rushed last Tuesday following  an accident on his bicycle.  - / The youngster was riding on  his bike when a large dog ran  across his path striking the  front" wheel and throwing him  to thc ground. He received a  severe blow to the bead and  was   rendered   uncors&bus. V  rJr. Paetkau. called to attend  the! boy, immediatelyidrove him  to the' air line base, where he  was flown to St. Paul's.  Although he regained^ consciousness, about two hours later, he was under close observation by leading surgeon W.  Skwarok for three days, with  a hairline fracture of the skull.  ��� The   parents:  were   glad * to  have their son .back with them-,  and to knovv he is out of danger and recovering satisfactor*-  ily.  Calf killer _ \  CHES. DAY and his. two youngsters 12-year-old Kirt:  and nine-year-old Linda gather around the six foot,}  one hundred pound cougar, shortly77after it had. been*  trapped and killed by-Game Warden Jack_Lays. -  Breakwater & Dredging ��� b��  Second English Bay  planned for Gibsons  PLANS TO create the Gibsons* beach front, from the!  wharf area to the Bluffs, into a first-class* bathingf  beach, *are inclnded in a, brief presently in process oft  preparation by chairman- of the chamter of commerce] ^^g*" j  marine committee, Walt Nygren.-A-y I . ~     _| ffaev &hot^d  Ibis win be one of three main  Approved sought * . . -'-!-"  Problem zoning %-Inw  stymied cl last fence  j_ZONING BYLAWTfor Sechelt which has. proved��some-  f thing oi a headache for someUme but fihaBy set  I for adoption; was" stymied again last week whteJCouifs7-  | cillor Bernel ijordon objected to a -restriction-dfe feeight  offences. ���"*'- : f  X- '   -. - ������-���������   beyond the scope of the eenten-f  niai committee. -\  Mr. Fladagar has a great}  deal of support; for-liis; views j  that with a retaining wall���and j  saaTpumped up, Gibsons woaldj  have a beach which would attract - visitors from far and'  wide. . - - } ���  A figure qooted: about. twoj  years ago to dredge tfae_bayj  and pump sand- up on the!  beach, was in the region-off  $24,000.   X    ' - -       -\  items on the agenda which wiU.  be finally presented to MP Jack  Davis, who in-turn is expected  to present .it-with hii own re-7  "commendations to the Federal  Department of Public Works.  Number one need at the present time is dredging of the bay  in the vicinity ot-the wharf, in  order that more floats 1>e ccn:  strucled. Numerous visit ing  vessels have had to turn about  and leave atpeak periods due  .to lack of ade^ate berthing.  I It is felt the cost of this op- _ ,.  eration would 'not be excessive 422 QlSpilte  ami that fine sand dredged  from the ocean bed could be  pumped up on to thev beach  area. As o'ne-.Iocal businessman  put it': ! It- could turn Gibsons  into another-English _Bayr Mr.  Nygren told The ; Times, "the  bay badly needs dredging and  we also require a breakwater  a little higher up." it gets very  rough in there during the winter weather. -'" ���*?-���--  "The whole project would be  of benefit to everyone and it  could well be like Horseshoe  Bay ifv the facilities were provided.  '  "These7sre the  three   main-^ timfi was out ^ town> znd-  "I object  to "restrictians^ of  this sorC^staied Mr; Gordon  If people wish io pat ep a 12-  see no reason why  they should noL" [  Chairman^ Mrs. A. Johnston  panted out time Is "going pa  and that the.by-law mast be  passed. Also," that the six:��bot  restriction .was _a recommendation from the Provincial Planning Department. - =  "" Councillor Burcell protested  that although Victoria might ,  recommend, council did not  necessarily have to concur.  "This sort of thing- is old fashioned and 30 years befaiEd_the  times." he argued. "We do cat  Controversy prevails  over Health Unit name  SOME CONFUSION' appears to exist as to a suitable  narfie for the health unit located in Powell River. A  move "to name it Malaspina. favored-by. Powell River,  was foiled when other councils objected. Two weeks_ago  at   a   meeting   of" Gibsons   council,   Councillor   Jim  Drummond told coancd he bad;  received   a  pione   call   from.'  Councillor Fred Feeney who at  OPEN FOR INTERVIEW  FOR THE benefit of students  who are not enrolled in high  items and the whole cost would  certainly not be "too great."  It is understood, Mr. Nygren  has already discussed the ��itu:  aticn with the member forecast Capilano who indicated  his interest in the project.  . A n o t h e r well-known local  merchant and councillor. Sam  Fladagar, sees- a tremendous  potential in the scheme and in .  school   the principal will be at -fact at one time sugsestesL-it  Pender High School Saturday, might be considered as a cen-  September 5 and Monday. Sep- fcnnial project. However, it was  tember 7 from 10 ajn. to 5 p.m. realized   sufficient   funds   for  for interviews.    7- such- an ]_enterprise   would  be  bad been told that in a pfcbne  conversation with Dr. Cunningham, he had been gives, to. understand the . came-Malaspina  had been -abandoned and thatj  the unit would be known as the!  Alexander McKenzie H e-a 11 b;  Unit, a name! representative of*  the entire area. f  When the matter was diseus-f  sed at .last meeting of Secheit  Council. 'Clerk, Ted Riynor!  told council he had spoken witlt  Dr. Cunningham who had is-f  .dicated he wa& unaware of- sz  name change. -A local ne^rpa-_  peraian then to!d council--he,  also had spoken "to_Dr. Cunningham" and the doctor told him  he thought it was merely a  move oa the part'of.-someone  to push foi-��ard the came Alexander McKenzie.   -  Councillor Drummond told  The Times later. th;j is very  strange,-Why the doctor sfeeuld  ca* claim no _ kiKJurledge after  tefiing Mr. FeeiKj' of the new  name, is difficult to understand  but as far as Grf��ons CoRincil  is concerned that is the rew  name of the heajthJusit, at this  time.    .    "  ha^e to ^baysr Miss Warfe:  xd Victoria, -��be -iri.defy, "there  to. advise.. We shosMlthfck for,"  ourselves and -aot*:hiyej to 6a'  as she says!"        -   I    ��  Gxmciler   Swain   feajt ���-the'  opsK>n   that" the   trend: is   to  afcoEsh fence*, "you -^-e jr^um-  ing to the old days of Jbtrik fences." be j added-    .   |-  I ,:  It wasbSnaaj- moved bylaw  .be approved *ith the iA./fJ^z et-  height ot fence-restrictioa.  street} cleaning  ArrangE2sests far clean^g up  village Greets ha*e not been  too satisfactory and C&aaciilor  Frank Fja r-Jt e r recsmibsfided  Roy BavMerxm be aj^poitied ts  take care of various clean cp  duties m the mun!'c.r>a"It>'. *'He  h^s lots bt eq*oipmen: and doe% -  i very jgood job."����cfier^ed  Mr. Parker.  Council gave their approval  to tfce suggestion ar.d ippa^stedZ  Sfr. fJ-aukkrS&s to the pos-.-co.^-  M&LTI-DWEU.1NG   PERMIT   7  Application for a builiin^-.  permit far the construction cf t  muhipli J dwelling st P��po.se  Bayf was^-granted "t^'jfr. and  Mrs. Jack FIshep cl Porpoise  Bay.   -*!  The budding ��7- ��r. pr.se  three duplex Acmes aiui t heme.  for   the. ; owners;   Tt-'-ai   pcrmit  rslae is iS30.pt*.        - .  "  DOG WORRIES      "  - Gibsons daz przA'.err.t utre  braaght to-tbc-a:;��.-=-jor. of Secbelt CoasciL with a lr::<*r frtm  a Gibscxis rri^Ient i-->-- V.r *^f.t.  council jeould pe-r.-_.p-: ��-*\��*e  fatm on "his dhioc- ddtxul'.."-*.  He .'wondered it i^zM ' rr.:-,-ht-  have a AiiSereRt b;-'---.  I? o.b-  It *2i  agn>  d  t--j iri.  r.'i'.!  A.f!  ~xr.e letter  and  #  rt-t -r  t^_*  JI\l-  er to t3i*  Clb^f.  - c^>-n  cl   t  r.rrp  bt-12'4    CA  'h.z.;.  c-^rer  i^L  tr.��  by'a-as. >  X  ::���_:  4 ���  i  1  *'.  C  <  <-  4  4"  ��*  <  4  ��-  4  <  <  <  <  �� .  <  * :  *  < .  4  %  <  ��    ���  < 1  * I  ���,  t    -  4    ���  < ���  .f.t  \ :  i   ���  {  >;  i  4   .  V  f**n.q*>.  >.|.ii.ji.i... I   iij   ^imi    i  ~f*  ���  ��� i��n  *-*r-  �����>;-.*'  H  If**"."*'"  -���:'    *   ��  ���a ������;���  A, .a-.  'il  jB_S&en'FB  Pogel^fh^ Sechelt4t4��?i" sula Timesj WqdL, Atfgusfc 2q  '00000000,  ���******M*0*j>*000000*****r*******'- T0000000000****' vmmJrr  CS  f4me#  00001  ���000000000000000  ���-.    Publishc  0000000000000*** 00000*0001  edn 2SdQys";by the  Times iJtd., 'ctf  .->  ?; -  Sechel^ Peninsulo  7 j    - "Sechelt,  - GrOs�� Circutalior. 1850 ��:opie��  b   IciJssified Advehising Rotes  3-Line AdBtietsJ^}5 words); I  One Insertion I .���|_^.85c  - "Three [insertions- LLjJ-,1,70  ,   Extro tines (5 words) ���~----:J 15c  Box Numbers, ** ~b25c extro  M poid before publication, j o dis-  ��� count lof'25c per AdBrief !is ollow-  . ed.   Semi-Display, - Super-Display,  end Slue Chip Display 1.50 per  j Inch,      |   j  j.   .Legal Notices; !1  17c Pjer count line ("j^Words. first  lmerfipi?i, 13c per count1 line sub-  i sequent insertions;  Deadlines: Saturday 5"p.m.  "frbtne event of a. typographical  "error cdvorti.mg goods or <ervices-  4 at a Wrong price, goods or .services  may riot be sold, and the di? erence  .    charged "to the newspaper, Adver-N  li.iing'is merely on offer Ho sell,  end" may be   withdrawn  at   any  time."     ' j  |  Advertising is accepted on tho condition! that, in the eventl ot typo-  ~ "Graphical error, that portion of tbe ���  odvartising space occupied by the  erroneous item, together with reasonably allowance f6r signotufe, will  . .not ba charged'for, but the balance  of thi "advertisement1 will j bo paid_  -<-    for ot the opplicabte r'ot^.  "   A ccrppositicn choree is mode for  adverting accepted and putJntc;  production,   but cancelled, before  ���publication. Change, from original  copy jwhen proof1 is- submitted to  .    customer-is also ichcrg^abje qt an  hourly rate fo^te^additioncl work  required.  |   Subscription Rates:      I  10c per copy, 50e per month' (by  . carrier); $5,00 ppr year,1 In  i- ad-sanca.  Card "of Thanks, | Engagements,!  Deaths, Births, In Memonarrl, Com-!  ing Events, Etc. Pbr jnsertion (up to  40 words) $1.25 fextra words, 3c  required  aged mati.  WORK WANTED  '64  2-12 FT. ply wood .boats. 3 year*  old.   714   Brigg  ,&   Strata i  Engines.   Newly   painted.   Er  gincs   overhauled.   $200   each  Phone 883-2568.*.- .6315  BOATS ond ENGINES AfOWlld   the   WOfJ  by Niels Mollcr  HELP WANTED Cont.  FAET or f ill time emptoj ment  by  reliable  middle  Ph. m-zu��.  THE ARTICLE today isiibout Europe, and being a Dane  myself I think I shoubUMw *> *�� y��u a,mt lhe ,o1?"  est kingdom in the world, Denmark -Denmark was estab-  lishPd as a kingdom in Jutland at the end of the eighth  ROV'SW  SERVICE  Fields - l.awijs - Ganjlens  -     ROY~BOLDERSON  18' clinker built boat with- Hshed as a kingdom ...  ,  80 hp Merctny outboard, 3   century, liowcveir, this being before I was born and a  ytars old. One boat j trailer, l   j��ck 0f memory from my school days I shall not waste  Clinton 5 HP  air-$tpled out-   your t^ne by going"back that far.   board motor, as new, il Nepiwfc    J King Canute the! Great who    ���-  ruled "Denmark from 1014 to  1035 did what Adolf Hitler was  unable to do, namely conquered and* became King of England in the year 1015. During  this time and up to the* end of  outboard 1-7 HP, slightly use!  May   be  seen  Halfmoon -Biy  Shell  Service. .Phone 885-2125.  ���9S06-:-5  FOR SALE  mink than any other country in  Europe. Howdver, they also  make good beer and splendid  liquors; guaranteed to mollify  the most irritated of husbands:  Please  ph  Box 435 - Sechelt  885-9530  me  evenings  1 REFRIGERATOR $39.9$;  Washer $19.95; Washer 17.  Annex heater $25; Used Singer  Portable^ 512. Parkers Hardware. 6914-17  CANVAS���Ground sheets, Dunnage Bags, Tarpaulins, Boat  Covers made to order. Writ  Nygren Sales. Gibsons, B.2.  Phone 886-3303. '     US22-P7  only  tr,2*m  PART CR FULL TIME  EMPLOYMENT^ REQUIRED  by reliable middleagjed  man.  *    Phore 886-2122  FOR RENT  WEST   Sedhdt   Waterfroit '������-  B*ur__tehei I ,  cr    unhinash.ed^  house for laase. Ph. 885-^43.  "    9837^37  See Pan  YUkon 8-7245.     ~  GOOD family milk cow due  fresh en Sept. 1st, Phone. 886-  9375. _        0816-38  1     REFRIGERATOB     $59.9J8;  Washer  $19.95;   Washer  $17.  Afenex heater $25; "Used^Singbr  Portable SlZ-Parkus-Hardwoiel  ,   ,     9S_7-B6  ZV CABIN boat, 422 Gray  rine  power.   Fully" cquippt  rod   holders  etc Sacrifice  $1,100 or trade for pick-up  ��85-9371  9803  equal  value.  Phone  3 bB.R.    FURNISHED  Pender Harbor. Gunhea   Bay  Jehnstotj^-or'  horns,  phone  - $815-38  ieacb,  -25c Discat r|t- if pa'd  public alian,  J>EJ*SQNAL  j$awis-  316,1  ���pXtlpBING repairs andfnstat  lations/Agent for Stihl bower  Icum" Plumbing [ Box  Set/helf. .Phone 885-2055  S^IALL, office in Secheit I avail-  abls shortly S25 monthly. Ap-  j)ly box 38. Sechelt Times.  -.    9820-tfn  FQULTRY MANURE] ��� Buy  now and compost, for Spring  oise7 Prepare an excellent g ir  den product.- Sacked for"-con-  vigiisajt-handlmg^-^bone in advance for requirements; W: -n-  gaert Poultry Farm ��� Phine  886-9340. 7"   } 9826(-38  FOR   JLETTERHE-AisS,    envel-  WANTEC TO RENT  before1  REAL ESTATE  9N9-tfn  3  em  101EEDS  flOL FUNDS  -opes,: statements,  and  all commercial  "contact the   Times  885-9654; X .   --  .BEGINNING'.of September: In  i Seebelir or ~(riear vieimty���  small huui e; suitable for. 2 re-  Tsponsible ttiul'ts.- Please write  Box 9797 �� echelt Times. SJ797-34  35  mva^es  printiig,  office   at  'tfn  EGGS - EGGS - EGGS. Farm  fresh,, all .sizes: .Convenient  Iacation. Bring^your; tontain< rs.  Serve yQiirself'and save. \Vm-  gaert Poultry  Farm,  Gibsons.  9822-38  *4.  LEGAL NOTICES  .2/3    ACRt: "Welcome  (New fu  r6om bur  from Sechv  0bi THE SUN^HI  COAST?  iiwner Harry  4473.  Woods.  Iy   modern   2 Sbed-  galow,    20    minutes  It. F.-P. .$5500 terms.  HIU, Phone 8��-  6913-37  ^WANTED  With   gol  Gibsons  2255  East  BC.  2 or 3 acres clear.  3d   water   available.  a|rea.   James   Jarvis,  Avenue,  Vancouver,  9814-38  ACREAGE  Sergeant  Cofih io on ihe big-Foil and    frontage. :'5,500 terms, discount  12  stmas   selling   season.   for casl��-  Repi"e.sent Avon   in| your  neighbourhood.    -\ Excjfelfent  Com missions, Bpn��ls.4For Tri-  fonriotibri   write  A���\  Leg0; Sox 79, "Welltnjgton,  6912-38  885-4427.  Alma   *i952 BUICK convertible.   G^od  rimning ''condition. New jtires,  custom n dio, $300. Ron Kush-  wAnted  CfAUGE, ..doubld  bar:-el  bi  XJ  XX'  Hajmmsriess: shctgiim.-i  . _._5-S7S2.    *.  ���--,-.    X  HELP WANTED  ,7YOUNG  man to train ^s  ap-  for sale overlooking  Bay,    1.'100*    road  Form No.-15; (Section 40)  LAND ACT  NOTICE of intention to apbly  to "purchase land^.In lan<l re  cording district of Vancou ter  and situated bistrietj .Lot 2:39.  Take notice that7 Stanley  George - Moffat" of jTHalfm' ��n  Bay, B.C. occupaiion "Cat  operator", intends to apply for  permission to purchase the following described laid.  Com mejfcing at a post .plalnt  edat the South-iSasi corner of  Also lot in Welcome    District Lot 33-12, theace JEast-r  tiUed _in . Jutland^  Apart from  Woods, $8)5. By owner. Phone  9807-3f  AUTOS   i TRUCKS  ner, KR l  Phone  9830-37  ptentice air engineer  thelt, Peninsula.  Salary  discussed   on   interview.   Box  on Se-  to  be  &7&V Sechelt, Peninsitla���'���  Times.  9791  MECHANICS helper is require  ; ed for full time employment.  i)rivers licence necessary ���  ^tate age and experience if-  s-tiyi Only written - amplication  tvlll be considared. Sechelt il'o-  tor " Traiispart ~ Ltd7 Box -Uo,  Sechelt,-B.C. 982��tfn  chains, thence South  4 chaijns, the above there are about 500  .thence West to East Bound;try smauer- islands most of which  of   District   Lot   1638,   the:ice- are kept apart by,1 bridges.''The  -North  to  point of pmmerce- bigger ones at any rate.  ment  and  containing  2  acres Between Zealand and*the is-  more or less.             j. >X--' land of Falsler ^ou will find  The  purpose  for which (the the longest bridge in- Europe.  Madeira Park;  -���-������' ��� *     iag^-39  which  land is required is Homesitib.  STANLEY GEORGE  MOFEAT  6909-pub. Aug. 12, 191 26 ��� Sjjit 2  2 NE\J/ SUBDIVISIONS  im toi  Cove "Subdivision ��� adjacent to Earls Cove  ferii/ terminal on the Sunshine Coast Highway,  E VIEW LOTS   - ���   .     , They have no iron and are  the 13th century Denmark was    tjjercf0re   particuarly   good   at  one of thc strongest powers in    mafcjng   machinery   it   seems.  Also ihe havc no wood, so they  import teak wood from Thailand and turn it into furniture"  before they export it,^ Danish  girls' arc very pretty and wc  have" at least two: of them  right here in Powell ~River.  The capital, Copenhagen, is  my home town andtwhen this  issue of The Powelt River News  is published I shall be just  there on holiday. Atfew years'  back Copenhagen was called  Paris of the northJ Today that  is not so. Today Paris is called  Copenhagen of theTsouth,  ^j.  penhagen has a population ot  1,300,000 in . its metropolitan -  area and houses the parliament  building and.the Royal Palace.  The ��two best known things  there would ��� be the; statue of  the little mermaid, and the Ti-  yoli   Garden. *        ''      >  The little mermaid had bed  head sawed off"by '*> vandals a'  short" time back, but I under  stand that she is now feeling  bi?tter and back oh her7rock  in -the harbor. The Tivoli: Garden is a large parkr right next ���  to the City Hall Sguarc and is  open! during the summer from  May" through September* It  is an amusement'jpark,: but  -apart from all the} fun ��ome  of. the best restatirants and  concert halls are located "there.  Drinks and food cad be had in  restaurants at all hours, or if  you ^prefer to be exact, from  five o'clock in the morning till  five ;o*ciock the next morning,  including Sundays, The food is,  wonderful especially" the famous "open faced sandwiches'*  which we  call  "smorrebrod".  Incidentally should you for  brealkfast happeb to ;ask for bacon [you will be tolid that Danish jbacon can only: bc had in  England.  Getting to Denmark for a  Canadian is no problem and all  you;need is a valid Canadian  passport and a valid small-pox  vaccination, if you go by air  youfcOulud be leaving from  Powell River on the morning >.  PWA flight and yoii \yould be  arriving at Copenhagen airport.  Kastrup'the nexfbday , about  noon depending on the route  you- choose. L  ^ The rerurn air 5 fare from  Powell River to Copenhagen  during the summer season is  $821.20 and S728.80 during the  off season per a'dult and half  for children between 2 and 12.  ii5i5ii)ra!u^^  -Northern Europe. It was during  this time, namely .1167 that  Uie present capital Copenhagen  was founded by a man called  Absalon who at the! same*, time  was bishop, warrior and statesman. Quite something considering people today havc trouble  holding down one job.    , -,  In I3d7 Denmark..united:the  Scandinavian, countries under-  Danish rule and everybody w*a$  quite, happy until 1523 when  Sweden broke- away from the  Union. The next thing of major  importance (to the Danes at  least) is the fact that Denmark  supported Napoleon which in  1815 cost us the los$ of Norway  to Sweden whom they did not  like cither.    -        r  In 1864 Bismarck together  with Austria declared war-on  Denmark and for some reason  .or another they won. During  ftbe first World War Denmark  jwas neutral and not bothered  'by anybody but the Danes, In  1939 Dcifmark signed a 10-year  peace pact with Adolf Hitler  but were Jess thani year later  invaded by Gerntari troops  feven though we; told them .it  -.Was not veryrfaiirj Howejver,  they siayed and kept us company until 1945 when we were  liberated .by, British troops.  Since then we have managed to  stay clear of war. To the best  "of-my .knowledge  at least.  FEW FACTS  Enough about history and instead a -few facts" abotit Denmark of today. DenmaVk covers 16.577 square* njtiles^ and t has  a population of 4,541,00^ which  - results in a density Jot 273.9J per  _square mile.  Greenland which  . is the largest island in the  world beeame part !bf the Danishkingdom in 1953J and covers  an additional ^39^82 sqtiare  miles and! 'has a bppulatioii of  28,000. I should add that Greenland consists of J85| per cent ice  Tand that-t^ie last -laf-per cent is  mainly- occupied by American  Air Force bases. [Denmark itself consists of a peninsula jca^  led Jutland and too quite large  islands; namely Funen and Zealand. Hans ChrijStlan Andtejreen  -Was born pn Funeh, Hamlet oii  Zealand and I in Jutland. Furthermore Danish Aquavit isjdis-  Madsira Park Subdivision ��� overlooking   Pender  Hdrtpur and Gulf' -��� 10% down ��� easy terms  '   on balance. Discount for cash.    -  FOR SALE BY OWNER '  -i ; -  O, SlAdEY-��� Madeira Park," B.C.  883-2233 or phone North Vancouver  98^-493^  ".������;>  It is more than two miles Idng  and called "Storestrmsbroen."  Denmark is very flat which is  very nice if you ride a bicycle.  It is from -about four feet below sea level to about 570 above  it- We even have a waterfall  in Jutland.- It is, however, only'  four feet high but it is a waterfall. There are rocks too, but  they are all kept on the island  of Borhholm.    -~  PRINCIPAL ME^NS  The principal means of existence are agriculture, industry  and fishing. In terms of the  largest quantities, ] butter, bacon  ���and eggs are. thje main products. As X matter of* facUthe  Danes export s6 \ much butter  they have to feit margarine  themselves... The first diesel  driven ship in th^e world, the  Selandia, was made in Denmark in 1912. 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We psy, no help; our f- eves as far away as Xew York.  ministers freely volunteer stsd-f For tisis rreaso&,  ae  are  can-        ^        *- wrk as attendants, musicians, f eeliini all  local meetings  iks    zusTl^^dX- D-"fiet X^X. ��.u  truckers   and .other .task*   to^-KCek.  and  as  a  congregation,    5 is tbe consnsunJtv hxl.   "  bring  m   assembly   equipmentf moving to the Sports CeaareJ*  -   and aid inline ^oth function- }     w^^  e  mg of tbe -assembly.  ���by i. lAoerm  ATTENDING WEDDING  Mrs. Ci Graham, "IWrt. Mellon *rd aep&ew Har>td   ty>rin,  c�� Birtle, p^aniteha. art si present \Ultfaz ir. KeSr>v.H3   They  'vrili attend tbe v.e<idir.i <-( Mrs,.  Graham's-; .niece.  BRIDGE ^LUB  The -Pc_____ul_ tr.fr.-. c*.b  fcekl their brttii*- crti*. tr. t.e  Port Mei^a G*>r..-r,,.r^*.y Qr.-h  Kail "on |Aa|ast :* t'-.*rti -.-a  members jtanacd i.��:. Tz.^ ;'. .b  tc-pes to see raorc rre:��:.��t> : :t  ia Septeot'Der.   -     -        -  COMING SEVEffTS   .  Ci>cal 2>T wiU held lr.tir :-��>-  ,. ...^^.^^^^ eiE��ct: oyer iOJG  ' delegates and .visiMrs th bear  "For example/*, be continued, | the feature discourse. Sasday  "we have been working for j at 2:00 pm. delivered by ifr.  igeeks locating rooming accent- f E. Arcett, B.C. supervisor of  modations for the many visi- | the Witnesses. His talk is ec-  tors_from other parts of. Can- j titled, "Peace Amoc^ ilea ,of  ada and tbe United Stales that j Good-will or Armlgeddon" ���  are   platming   to   attend..   We | %"hicfa?** -  Ballads of Barkerville.*.   z.xl  Tne Liib&r Day ':*r*~- *;*n-  soccd by She local ii-.i kt ti M  et   Seasale "os A*.?.. *7.   ?.j.*'.������*  and games"fir A-rg$.rr.e :r.c,  cose all  : '    s  BACK FROM HOLIDAYS-  . Mr. acd^-Mrs. W. Vmnth sr.d  sons'Gordie and .Yea! 'lite re-  tsrsed firom he/,^iS}S -T:.��.y  wect soti^L to D^>nt>IaaI, --r.a-  rinelaM -1 Acd**S^a.tt'ft Z-. rry  Fsirnj. Tley then- w-etit oc to  Use Mexican border,   j"  Mr. ird Mrs. VCZ KWiart and  dau^iters Fay^ indfC��rj7.n  K"ere facftiiayijj^* in rV:.'i<*f.~-nf  Squamish; and Br.iscnu. "  : Mr."and Mr��.'K. Gilllt-r I-.3-.<-  returned f-from thc , ;-t��rrr.  Tbfr.* sp<it  sorse  Says government  'gone on irecord'  i _ Tbtr.* s-pett sorse  :: ��� <��  VICTORIA���THE rollicking}fun of old time=-Barkervflle   fcerviiie  krd  ���Ar.-.y-  it  pr.=  has been wrapped up inJa Long play record for home   George ��ey, visaed Mr.  acj  consumption. The first copy of the London recording of = Mrs.  Les Hanpiai:. 'Mr.  s-.t  Barkerville Ballads was prsented last week to Premier   Mrs- Kti,-�� McGee. ��rJ sir. zrA  W. A. C. Bennett. Advance Jsaie has. started nowat the    Urs- ,A'��f^ Sxzzszz.  restored gold rush town in ithe Cariboo and the record  will be available for $2.98 throughout the province.,  The   r��ord    contains    songs j  ll ; ., .  and patter of the gold rush era !      : ; -       ~    .  of 100 years ago. ;It was made I entertannna as the record wuk  during: one of the perfonnances f-a color picture of the cast cz.  ot the troupe which has played f front and 5ve pages of hisiori-  NEW NEIGHBORS  Xev.'corsers. "to-   ^*  1 ����&  ���.m    F.  IH-rUl-- r  twice  daily  at Theatre   Royal | cai backgrooiicL  each summer since-1362. f- ���   "I iSIhk it is the first tirae j . "sign over a do  the provincial government has |  sone   on   recordf *   said   L.   J. 5  Wallace, deputy provincial sec- i Scsool   Dropout.*"  are  and family from *-j-i!iv I-It^r. *  Mr.-.Porteiance -slI !>��� *.u.r tr.n-  cipat of I pert   M��7I^   El j-.��-.-  tarr Schi-cL He  ?;. *-rj-.c7bl  a a pet shep-  wisdo-ar:  "Reduced*   Gbedierce  of the sAooI at  -for.three vears.  Jlr.   aid   Mrs.  H  P. :C25    -r i  daughters   ha*e  cj-rti  t?   P. rt  ifellcn Id Iiv# on Sa.ico Rr-v.   :  K0TT0PLA5f  ;f ViTfH MATCHES  HELP-.PR��VENrjOEEST FIRES  retary   and   chairman-  of   the % ^**v^^^*^^k**^u,mmmm^*mj.*��tkmsj^^0*^��*t*^0^0^^m^0^0^^*m***^^****M*^****\  BarkerviBe   Advisory   Commit-1  -tee.    ._-.". t  Sales revenues tsilt'help" fur--*  ther the restoration of tli plo-}  aeer gold rusii town which be- j  gan in 1S55 and bas since-be-!-  come B.C.'s prime tourist st-}  traction. Last year more than {  1GG.0CG visitors drove over the j  CO-mile spar road from Qu.es- J  net to see the town and attend 1  Theatre Royal . -7 -     f  The album cover is almost "as J  TWILIGHT THEATRE    j  &&4401 ��� Pheae ES^-2S17 * |  -J-.il   ���*����?,^.V^Q  lt-sC*"Si   S   p.. QH. | ��  ^������ i     H   i    i   in      |     rn ;'        f  Wednesdcy, Tharsdcy, Friday, Au�� ust 26, 27J,28 * |  - 7 '   Dcvid Niven     |   "_ .-j |  BEST OF ENEMIES                 _j            |   ; . : j i U���      I  Saturday Matinee, August 29 I   j    _ 4  DUEL ON THE MISSISSIPPI j   I       |  ��^*^**���^^^****m^^�����������������i    ���      - r  Saturday, Monday, Tuesday, Aug.J 29, 31, Sefst.-1  * |  Glenn Ford - Chcries Bcver --Ingrcd ~PrJk n       - I  - -    -    Lee" J. Ccb!5    1 *; "*  "     I  TflE FOUR HORSEMEN OF THE      |        ���   |  APOCALYPSE   ] ! |  Techn!-cc7'cr, Cir.er^csar-ce  . \   _       J  ECHELT MIR SERVICES  PORPOISE BAY  (Sechat)   B.C.  Air Cbarle? ���* Aircraft Maisfetimitce  Fishing  Hunting  Freight  Air Taxi  Contract Flying  Sightseeing Tours  Timber \Cruising;  Air Ainbulance  PHONE SECHELT ggg-fS���� AND" WOK'FLIGHT  - :������  a��juwwvw*v���� w<vyvvvvvvv��wv��wvi��MWwwvvvv��<vv��vvvv<nw>vvvvvi��<����vwwvvMW.  ^^feS?SS^^  l��l|M��.l��|  r#t*  ��� .1..' i7ai   �����  jLu*  �����* *       ��-  iiil'.ii-hhU  v     i*2        * P 0' \.% i    * v   - ���-'   *   - ��� *   -��      *   -* k, - -   -   - ���   - -    - .8\   -  i��*a*  .*> .  I imHi.'.'.i  .v..'- ..*'  , ?.l-,ll,,-j.  -��   -       ���   fw��  -^  r- i"  *����_  > 'lIM  '���    '������ J      .. "     *.r    ', ,  lil  JL".       -  J*1*!-  . >��  a.'-  b*  '.**>���  -   EEOTEiffPbnNsiinjiiy&we*  The Time Has\C<ipie  !. Toi "Fa/ft <?/ J/any Things; of Shoes, Ships, Sealing Wax, Cabbages,  -     I   WednLsday, August 26,1964  0_steie��l��ii�� Create Beinaiid  THERE is little doubtjour p&sjeiit laws oi drink-  - ing intoxicants are botjlji outdated ind decadent, in that toting contrftlii, far from curbing  drinkingproblertas hierely aggtavafe them,, and  "pave the way for ^>n timber of djubious practices  which put mons}Minto| the pockftsVof'unscrupulous operators..] i ; 1 | ..; r ,  . bThe age old jairtJ>f bootlegging;, on: of the  most comnionjjldcei illegal offsh^et^ of. ��� < >ur con-,  trolled drinking fes is nofrfifr itself particularly  nefarious; unf<Minateiy it only too oftejti allows  jitpior to fall intbl the handf of hitnors.  , ' Of much tnbre serious and!! insidiois nature  is the crime of supplying driijik, ijt a proiit, specifically to minors.  Most communities have their bootle iger who  operates almost openly a ^idelirie made  only by the futility of old fashioned 1  of complete respectability.  ~~~~Much of this again may be  which allows a young man to fig it for his country  but will not allow him to drink  wishes  credited to  a law  alcohol if  he so  If'tie is officii  possible  iws, and  ity done  generally spearing, v^ry  to stop this type of traffic.  Operating in a considerably! less co ispicious  manner, Iktie is every heard of the individual who  lines his pockets with the proce^dk from s upplying  liquor to" minors, cojnparativel)j safe ;rom exposure with the knowledge his misgui Jed customers will no: squeal: on him if caught,  The fine Jbr a minor ijr 7 possess ion is by no_  means extreme and it is vetjy doubtful if it-would  be iliade any lighter by [revealing rttjrae of supplier.  On top of which, the (penalty for Supplying is a  great dc^l higher than riceiving. It"would naturally  be to the advantage of the supplier to agree to  pay.the fine in the event of ]i minor caught in possession. Providing of course' his name is kept out  of court.  Thar something oi: tntsj nature goes on is ob-  jjvrfms by the till stories'-jsvfen'-to*.  culprits are asked tb $4me-t_ieir source cf supply.  "   7 This is all Velryi'lUmoilutnatc, for tie minor  starts his life wttft^rejc rord tyhtk  carries on bisv abdminja ble bjusine  the coirts when    MO-friVATiqN  que  Union  A0i*eemett|  (By C. JF. Harris)  AN unusual plan to avoid  Whether good or evil, liqucr is here to stay, strikes, or fasten their set-  In many European Countries, wine is an every-day tlement is being given a JnaJ  ��tak��^ou^d oidafe crjn^g, *-��> * ��,.,��--��, ^SS  around Ithe clock and most signficant is tie iact dJani Under the terras of their  that one rarely encounters drunkpness. arrangement, if the union calls  Tiie answer it would appear ik lower the boom, a strike against the company-  lift the restrictions, thereby faking away the when the present contract ex-  novelty. There isHiitle doubt, drunkeness vJuld in =. ^"^Sa^-S  short time almost eliminated. -     ���'   othei,.hJtf'0f the payroll is de-  A typical example oThovy this work' may posited jto a local bank and the  be drawn from post war Bri.aiiy when'Bei r was company makes matching de-  in short supply. Hordes of drinkers moved from posits out of, its treasury. This  ene Public House to a^ther^o^b^mom =^e�� ISSfi.  of supplies, so they moved on to the ncx.yznd Qr slowdownSi while- the par-  every Inn did a roaring trade as long as the barrels ties atterapt to settle their dis-  held out. A couple of ^-eeks-iifter theshartage pUte.  ended, the rush stopped, and a jfew months later, jf ^e "strike" is settled vrith-  many operators of Public Houses were s:eking in six weeks, workers and, compart time employment. With othfers it was a.ques- pany get back all of their'mon-  tion of full time employment With the ha- as a ey.; If it is^ settled during the  side-line. At the same time druhks were alnost as follwing three weeks   75 per  ~w *u  r-..����������-�����!    ��� ' '��� ��eot of the money will be re-  ^carce as on the Continent.        j      *    ������ turned. if it. b *ettled witWn  Basically it would seem, restriction of a com- the next two weeks a so per  modity creates a novelty, whichjis why so many of cent refund will be made. Set-  our ydung people seek drink. Remove the risiric- tlement in the twelfth week  tions and the novelty no'toneer- Exists. wm brinS a 25 per cent refund.  If the dispute goes beyond  that point the union can start  an -actual strike, or the company can begin a real lockout.  Bv Ambrose Hills ** neither party takes such ac-  py Amorose rims Uon &y ^ end of the thirteenth  (Bther  "l may be wrong,  but 1 shall not be so wrong  as to fail to say    -----  what! believe to be right.'  ���Tom Atkins  Of Mang Things *  the- rea  ss under a cloak  FACES, Faces,  i California  vital and alive,  verjj old. some  and! tanned,.son  common cxprcs  giar^t eircIe-*-th  It was on  i criminal  Jltes sages  term  step;  ploy  sd workers and transients visitec:  giant, endless circle On  nes^  heart  of this- hiill-  Marchers, negroes and  andi their faces  *'A^qji   people' are   fathered   by  .jf/KJJp passages of Ser pture they  ���\do\nct Uftderstmd; but . .��� . the  pasjsmes that bother mi are those  l dd\ understand.'. ��� 3 tark Twain  a|c6s^ -b^n an endless chain^that hot  ttfcrnodnj l|our weeks-" ago.   Some faces  oijne ea^ri some courageous, ��� some  wjgh andivt-eathcr beaten, o hers young  leiindly tiitddle aged,and al :n, but one"  ion on ck-erV -^ajec as jhey mcved in their  lbok cf djetsjijminal do.  [he way \m<\ a [downtown Sah Francisco  wd of faces  I gait in a  n the busi-  com plained bitterly of not being ab'e to get decc-rf( work ^ donated w,^ne project "for  -in ihis slow burgh." .|      . .. the good ofrtmcommunity."  A retired farmer, wbp oftcnj sunned himself in TThe purpe^e^W this unusual  from pf the same hotel, took a notion tp the boy. First experiment is twofold: to pro-  he won his confidence with idle ithatter, and then he vide a wa>r lor labor and man-  *���n tq work on the lad's character agement to fight out a contract  bega  bank-that I stofp^d short toi sef the luge cr'c  riioying one af er the Cther j^jith mjlhodic:  sha%  job.  vvcek, the old contract is auto-  Tbc boy had bcexL a school jlrop-out befote that matically renewed for, a year,  was popular. "Me had Uikcn to hanging aroujnd the However, at that point neither  of the local hotel, where olier men and  and loafed. He  urfem- workers nor company will get  ba?k any of the; funds that hal-e  been deposited: the money is to  aple  couljJ do with thai, limej?'    ^  "There's ncwhing to do." thehojy sai^  'One thinuL" his older friend said, "you  You could be jthe cleanest, neatest looking y  ager  dispute  without   injuring   the  "One thing ypu've.got." jie -told thc-lad, "is time compsmy.s customerSi the comity, and you^ folks^support.s^ver think wfydt you munity. or the public generally;  "' secondly,   to   put  pressure  on  in .town. You Have the n'mei in^,the  Most men would. You have tine for exe vise. You.' petitive,    cutfthroat    business,"  the piiiblic sidewalk  side tjty. They wee Freedom  whftejs, manhing side by side,  all jregiitercd: their jpirit pi determination; ������ they meant 'busineS. Young house^dves, trtick  drivers, smartly,dressed:businessmen in natural shoulder  suits, department store sales-iladies, amiddli aged building contractor: bljick slin, \Mhite skin, diisly skin, the  faces passed in tficir sic wly njioving ifircle. E rowning out  thej noise of thc City traffic,! Iheir singing  hearts  around  ryii^g her shopping bag  joined the group a id began tp  sin^. A businessman fpliowed herinlo  newspaper folded jjjn^r'pnc arm.  This whole  is U-:hat it mei ns|  Here was couri)  The Chrisiian gi  ebe Was- partnership in'  be  aind ^letermpnation  pt4 tiachesi us to  Let us not be sojsm^ig as tdltell oiirselves  learn  discrimination in i Canada. Wfc. can  abou^fellowship, concern for pthcrs  from our Amirricjan fritnds ivho ar4 ACT  SINGING ft, ii> piibli'4  Revi 'i\ B. Fer'jussoin, Angli:art Church, Sechelt  4���t  mtsmm&fs  of the  harmony struc!: deep at the  - "We.shall wereeme��� ..  ... Mack ; nd *^bite together  ... we'll valk ^and in ha jid ...  ... the whplejwide 'vorld  ... we shall Hire insjwace  ' ... For I do believed my! heart  We skill aveircoinesoiic day.  i Thc circle cralargcti as a 40 yeta- old  coul J put .on j>omc running shoes  e and fix yourself up. Lots of  You have lime.  And  I bet you'd like to bi strong,'*  mornmg. u  ���men must  ind shorts  mile) or two a 'day:-''First thing ycju know, ylju'd be in Upholsterers'^ Internationat Un- Here. April offers me a thrii-  ImgJhing,���  bettir condition  thesi; parts."  n four part  onlookers^-/  the cin le, his  both union and company to  settle their differences with  despatch,. And/, at least in this  case, both tne union and the  company- concede that a quick  urry that settlement of a labor dispute  is vital to their own, interests.  ie added.     "Furniture (is a toughly com-  sould do.  ling man  1 bath and  and trot a ^a* Hoffmann, president of the  Life ;'  __by Edward Green  I sometimes thing each drop of  rain incarnadined:  A softened lip that whispered  love's caress  Each bloom or blade once tnan-  sioned in thc heart  Of those who went; before and  now once more    ;  . Shall bfcautifji our state of help  lessness.  From pools of putrid slime  there always springs  -The precious blooms that stand  with gloried head   }  That sanctify the plighted troth  and rings  The bells of joy whe|v purest  love is wed.  For see the carrion of maddened dog will feed  '  The barren cround wherein all  jtfeisna��lu  And from thai herrid thing  there springs the roots"  The warming rain soft nurtures  :tender shootr -��� j  And Io behold a miracle is  jwrought.  Think, i-s this not true, but  Uhink  Alt-life is life through whole of  ^Nature's chain . '   '  And of the. alf; MAN is the  ���Jweakcsi link I     j -  Stiho dares to qtiesl and probing  near the brink   : .  Falls, a victim af-his ignorant  -'; domain. 4  Content  ���by Vec Lobb  The sunset fades above the  ��� western hills.  The seagull swiftly takes his  home-bound fligh^.  The summer eve resounds with  . i happy trills  Of feathered creatures nesting  j���'���-. for the night  Far from the clamdr 0f ithe city  street," ;  My vision rests upon the Iran*  ���; quil bay:  A graceful sail  boat seeks, a  ; snug fetreat,      \  And  eager  fishing craft their  :: anchors weigh.  I watch the" first shy twinkling  : star appear.  And million others follow, ono  ). by on<; \. -  Gliding, the crescent moon  Z shines [silver clear,  Drawn iiii the \V'ake of thc  i departed sun.    :  ion explains, "and dealer cus-  Physically, than any other \fellow in tomers  cyt Qff.from one  sup.  .      - \   ��� plier  are   quick  to   s#itch   to  That boy is a leading merchant in hts community another. For years we found  today. The old man got him startei working on himself, that we won strikes, but the  Laur, he helped get him a job, clerking-in the local company lost Customers���and  gen<rat,store. Within,a few year;,'he helped hirfi get uni?D meihbers consequently  a lean to buy a store of his own. The boy made good. iof. J?bs*" - -,' . Z,��� .  What he had needed most wasmctivation - the kno^- 1959f%l ^SUIkS  led*eathat whether you are on someone else's payroll dent, Harold SprutSer, "the  or ijiot, you can go to work at oijce, on yourself. company  Avpiied   overtime" to  fill orders that had backed up  - during   the : walko|it���but  only  briefly. Thed employment drop  woman car-  i^i^  as  ^  By skimping this and stretchin  I think J can afford the hat-���  Until the clerk- hauls out a batih  Of swank _accessories to matt h. ���Philene  action. This  concerned fur yoUi  fellownran,  and 1 we at work!  love |)nc another,  there is no  t great deal  and CJiristian love,  NG it���ahd ��  The rather stoutish Jady ent  ijair of shoes. After a- time ne;;  stdie bad been brought out, bu:  anc ther pair of shoes were produced by the: assistant. ? cross-draft;,.Even a small in-  .. food fox lhoughl  J that.  ped 20 per cent because we had  lost regular customers and  found difficulty in getting them  baclcF - .     -  The   Bern4  experiment   will  be watched with interest.  lei a smile  CARBON   MONOXIDE  Even a mild Intake of carbon  monoxide can have bad effects.  liantmer If caught ou. in a heavy rain-  - storm in the |c!ar, turn off your'  engine if yoit are parking.  If  you   must  keep  driving there  is usually oqe side of the car  which  is  not  receiving  heavy  torrents pf water so leave as  :red a shop jto" buy a much of that - windbw open as  rly everythinjg In the possible, with a narrow opening  "N'i>," said the customer, '% don'i  to ;;et wider as they get olde*r.  cdi; he exasperated assistant, "didn'  arc 5  be your umbrelU.  to no purpose. Still _lIX some othet window to create  like these, they tend ^ke o��r*^ lfu?^s  m^  make'  ���iw-n"m��*i,mV you   unflt  t0 drvin,   so   don't  Well, madam,   answer- faft to ^      �� ^^ 0^n   m  \y��*!       .  .., good or bad weather.  The sight and sound of wild  geese winging north;  And when the first chill wind*  *  of autumn sing  Southward they fly. What  J clarion calls them forth? _.  A lohlly fi^ sprung from a  \-  tiny seed; 7  At thctr appointed times, tide%  ":,   high and Iow;:  Of hard-won wordly wealth I  !   have no need. !  As each day passes, these,-my  .;   riches, grow,   -  Published Wednesdays  *t Sechelti  on,B.C.*s Sunshine Coast  bv"  Sechelt Peninsula Times Ltd.  Box 381 -Sechelt. B.C.  ' Serving the area from  . Port Mellon fo Egmont  (tlowe Soiutd to Jervi^lnleti  Douglas G. Wheeler, "Editor  S. B. Alsgard, Publisher  Subscription Rates:  (in advance)  1 Year. S5-2-Years.S9  2 Years $13  U.S. and Foreign $5 50  -I r  1  I  Round about the town:.'zZ^Z��L  man     dies in ScotiandZ     J_ L i--~a*'  FORMER , residue, of   Pender   \tiesearCh. tWOingS  aged  The Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wed., August 26, '64 Pog4 S  Scotlasd en  -���By Ed Green       ���   . _  . .     Harbcar,   Petar   Kerr. ._���__  WEJvT FISHING the other day .This Zis not a-world shak-   83 years, passed away saddening event because a lot of people go fishing-and some   }>' at bis birthplace. Loch Ran-  of fjiem have even been known to catch some fish. AH I  caught was enough seaweed to stuff an elephant's mat-  tresS, if elephants have mattresses.  The   most   puzzling   part of   ���~-������ '������������ "' t     ���r~  this ] was that every time I  snagged a bundle of seaweed,  which was every time I put a  line jo ver, my herring strip dis^  a'ppejared  too.  The  shiny little  strip was fastened by a clainp-  like gadget and the hook threaded into it too. But that didn't  matter. A wad of seaweed and  bangi  went .tiie  strip:   This  is  no laughing  matter  when you  consider the herring strip costs  give lor take a  few cents.    ---���  Why herring strip -should cost  that much  is  a  fine. question.  Once a year the herring sein-  ersi.jscream   blue  murder  that  "thejPre  being   robbed,   by  the  starvation price of maybe ten  or Often dollars a ton for herring,- The men. who prepare the  bait say they are running what  amounts   to   a   public   charity,  and  the  marina operator will  tell you with tears in his eyes "  that' he only keeps the stuff for  the heck of itt and it actually  costs him money to" sell it to  you.  Since nobody gets any money  ��� "   out   of   it   we   must   conclude  that the ultimate consumer is  the recipient of great largesse.  If h��i; didn't have to pay fifty  cents " for three _o_r- four strips'  be  might believe it.~  Meantime, .where did that  fifty cents go? 'Who got it?  Not the seiner, or the dealer,  or the marina operators, they  say. It ,��ouId seeni that the  disciples o'f [rank Waiton are  not the only on^ to tell 'tali  tales  about fishing.   .*-..;.-  Tfats- situation Is "not" peculiar  to   the  fishing   industry   alone.  The dealers in beef can cry  just as loud. Not long ago there*-"'  wavs   a - heartening   tale  "about  the  poor  starving  ranchers  in;  the   Cariboo   who   could  hardly  gt-t  by   without" Social   Assist-".  ance. '   v".:.--^-- "���*.   =  -The*    ���"bis".  ranches    had  squeezed   them   so. hard   that  cvefjL head   of   ca_ttle   shipped  ;  was' a  tragic loss7 They packb  ers said they practically-gave  t the stuff away and if it weren't  ! for   the' hides   and   fertilizer  ���\ sales they -would be forced-out  lof business.  ,Supermarkets decla-re the  profit on meats hardly pays  for keeping the knives sharp. I  am almost in tears when I think  about all the kind people who  have worked so hard for rat  thing.- so I may-sit down to a"  roast beef dinner at S8?7 per  pound. I really do .cry a-day-  la ter when I see the same beef,  on .sate at 69c a pound.tWbere  did that 23c go? Better still;"  ' how did it get there- jin the  first place?  Whon^he outside cooking enthusiasts, get^going we note they  are offered what are laughingly called chuek steaks at 3Tc  to 39c_ba: pound. WTieni 'sale*  7~~prices are not in effect .this  same leather is 59c a. bound?  ��� Where didthattw&nty-eent dif  ;  fererice go?  Again, how-did it  get there?.' - [   ��� *'  TThat is the/beautiful part of  these days: of high prices; no-  x - body : is making any ' [noney.  ; This is the somber reason why  new car safes are higher than  ever; retail stores-never! had a_  better year and individual bank  deposits have- .never heen so  great.-Under** these awesome  conditions   of   penury   it  is   a  . wirming thing to contemplate  hdw much better off we,'jd be if  . somebody was making' money.  i "There was a time in history  when if you needed an operation the barber was tie boy  to do it. As the world progressed tbe "surgeons nudged the  barber out of the blood-letting  r -racket and did their ovhi specialized5 carving at nice  fees.'  The  poor barber was  rjeduced  toj the ignominious  position of  mioroly -putting niefco-is-ihe-feu-  man hide in a quaint practice  known as. shaving. For this he  was paid anything from five  to .fifteen cents but if yqu^went  the whole bog you got a haircut  too ami that cost twenty-five  cents. "     ���" - \ .  Today the barber is m longer a barber. like the garbage  man who is now "know as :a~  used vitamin engineer the barber has become a tonsorial artist and while he is no longer a  surgeon he does very nicely  collecting surgeons fees for his-  artistic-efforts. 'When, the last  boost went into effect the anguished screams of the hairy-  public brought sharp replies in  Letters to the-: Editor and all  signed; "Barber's7Wife." They  were "all to the effect that their  poor husands slaved over a hot-  , electronic hair, clipper for a  miserable' pittance jhat barely  paid for a yearly ^cation to  Hawaii and that they had been  forced to use the same car for  oyer two years.  1 And so. the tales of abject  poverty continue. Once the  pickets protesting the starvation wages grudged back and  forth with their boots warn out;  their dothing in rags and a took  ofrUUer misery oa. their unshaven   faces. ? Today,   if   you  . look hard enough, -yoa will, see  pickets sitting in J their Mer-  curys- and Buicks Languidly, waving, a sign or merely looking  glum. Impossible? Sot jsg;:. it-  happened right;-here in Secfafelt  whea the B.C;- Hydro was on  strike. Out-of-town pickets were  right  here  in. their new cars..  'You   could Jpai help   out- feel  sorry for iheai. If they-had not  won   their   raise   they    might-  have  been forced  to' use the  same car,next'year.;  Starting with the exhorbitant  increase.[a salary for the MPs  ail those working for the gov-"  ernment, civil servants, police,  etc.,'   all    received  increases.  Then came- the: 'Otd^Age  Pensioners, Famdy Alkiwance. and "  finally students . The only- oces  left  out   were the; burned  out _  veterans on * War Veterans Allowance.   Why.   The . Rt.   Both  Lester Pearson-wears war me^  dais- on occasion". This : is very  nice  and   proper  but  the  big  questions ^being" asked by veterans is, * "Whose side was he  on?"* - "- b   -7  ��� Remember-  _J?��1'   only YOU can  /00 PREVENT  ^ FOREST FIRES!  Beauty Salon  ^Sechelt  Evelyn Hayes  Above Post Office  Will be Closed  First Week  . September  .  for Holidays  Phone 885-9525  za. Isle of Arrgn  August il, I9��7-- ��   -  P3te case to Casad in 1SQ6  Pete came to'Casada in 19CS  other coastal poctis. usta 1919  when he znd hisTbrother Angus  " settled  in -i Pender  Harbour.  He was well ksown around  Rivers Inlet and Phillips Arm  whera hs fished is his boat the  "Ranza" and later the "Sea  Bresze.** In later years the  fisbnig trips of Pete and An-  gas wen more ia.the nature  of visiting trips- and each.  friesd was remmebered with;  bis favorite brand ���� rerfesb-  ments.    .  In 1559 Petelwas called heme  to Scotland to care for aa ail-  izs ��ster. He expected to be  gone only a few weeks and to  .return "bringing bss sister^ back  with him to Pendgr Has&anr.  How��-er she refused to leave  ter feom* when it" became obvious Pete ��tsjH not be returning. Angus decided to join,  'him.     t ' -     _  ��� He was awaiting his papers  to com^ back for a rial wbea  he wa# struck dawii by a  ^roke. Quick tempered bi*t  kind bearted ami ger^rtaas. he  will be missed by Ms many  friends and seihghors. He i5*  survived by two nieces and a  mphevz in Vancouver a_s-arell-  as his bnshsr Angus - and sister  Jennie.  j Wooden structtires   b  (resist shock better b  1 - Z ' ? t       :  |X0 WONDER people say ''touch wofed" when tl^gy're  J hoping things brill turn out ail right. Accor4.ng to  freceht research reports, -wood has qualities <Lhat steel  lor concrete do not possess when-it comes to ^siitm*  tremors^  ' p" ~~ 7"*r^ *   jstrong  J Last-spring's eartlapiike, fsr  SinstaEce,- which shattered An-  |chorage 2M ether; pans, ef  "Alaska -actually offered - ccrr-  7clusive evidence abc��rt the $&-  fperiar- ability cf wood-frane  istructures .ta "resist shocks.  j-  Both the  Americas   Plywood  fAssoetatioc (DFPAK and the  |US Forest Products Laboratory - at - HadSan. Wis., sent  aeams of researchers into- the  lAncaorage area in mediately  jfbHowing the - *��iu3te. Tbe^  cune back with *^oof poa-  Jtive.**   "r z  ;  ' "  I Wood stTiictures. have exceptional resistance to Aarfeqyake  Jshocks because the walls, floors  and ^oo-fs are wen fastened together, yet can. yield -enough  at the .many joists between.-  'parts -to withstand: repealed  Ishock  tremors  icg  lab.  research caiei  t    AH type*  cf. Kocd' eenstrt-c-.  itien  survited  f^iriy -w eiI-��<; ;��n  - homes that dropped tc -20 ffcrrt  is crevass*s,_.lXstz auted      :  -We now have the f^^areh  bacKg^oasd to Idsov-ibtkt *<riod  bouses cas be adequately 'i'td  together   *nd   braced.; ajalnst  racking forces of eves turf* ���silence.*-" Liska stated.   " - .  s  -    "This   Was "s   .main   zts.izn  jrhy  othez types- of  fadings  "collated. J Once   a  single   ��l-c-  ��� ticn gave Jway, the re# %ce!4_  fall  like dbjniJ^>es"  he _ccari3<feL -  m $. to-*,"  -Our jBet^hbor ne^-ra- ^;et5 ta  drive -. tris J [firie fareifr: czr.  Every, ties* be takes  it &bt-fif  condiicfcd. Jo-..^_tfee garagej tfce cat cha*e�� it *ip  ���seph. A. iiska, wood engineer-    a tree.  A foolish-man may be known  by sis things: Anger without  cause, speech witiwut. profit^  change without progress, inquiry without object; putting trust  in a_ stranger and mistakiiig  foes 6w friends. *  . -  USE  TIMES CLASSIFIED  JPJtJiUJMMAUMJJtJ^^  1 *  SALE COMMENCES AUGUST 27  Sites 12-13 |        -   '   \  PANTS  Were SS JO ��  NOW ���...t ^  G.W.G. COWBOY KIN0  28, 29, 30 - J- C  Were S&50 7_ INOW^  SUEDE FOOTWEAR       I  Were^$9^5 . ���*. - .^NOW  Vi  Price  end  RUNNING SHOES  BOYS^ JACKETS  _i - $425  ~���~-*r �����-*.- - v*|||ft^ WS&m *f��"  COTTON PANTS  Yx Price J _��____ :   COTTON SLIMS ;Nend2?  $4f5  , $4Si  SPORT SHIRTS .  -._ -.. \Vi pritd  Were $6.9S  Were $5.95  Were $5.50  NOW  NOW  Drop in and see the new sweaters end be sure fa csk cbcut r-e.tcpered sh:rt; a^-d *���  wl-Jch hove lust crrAed. <    _ 2*  '���  Phone 885-9330  *�����*���'���*��****��****���#��*���  * i Sechelt  i - i * y       ���-���  X  <"-.  '' j  I  x  ���ll  mm  .r* -���  Ji* ..mp  m****^*^*m  ;'lf���-*l^i-*l"-���  ,.>��� 'mmmm  T**  Pi  &  -im  to leaders for  THfe TIMES thy ^'eek i presents the  amtising sjtorjie^ byVjee Lobty ia  her editorial page poeijrfs:  was Sitting in t^ie isunshinc,  window  at    get out d  o#r a fat    The smal  worjirt, while. sleekT^fr. Tom sat    by.   "Liz  gazing out of the  two\ robins fighting  a-tvfitch.   Suddcnjljj'  con'usion   on  thje, [front   porch    us" fo go  and Liz burst in,  'parn that mqn,1  r "Lady," he replied,, with a  fl she cried;' hbred lock, "I was riot aware  "wikre is he? '& promised V we were o fly tbe Atlantic. The  ove- a week ago b read myb cable st: tion, you may have  , manuscript, and herb it is 2:00 , heard, i.< about 80"miles as  pM>' and the deadUhe at 5:00. the crow flies. And that's the  The Old Man lb Uing to be way we'll do it."  furisMs. You may riot think it;" "Very veil then, but be care-  she added bitterly, [ 'fbut my *��1 and don't bump inter the  job's- important. Without re- cable,.'as I-do-.not--Wish-to .bo  porlTers, where would the news responsible   for   putting   the  pap  brs  be?"  ":ilnoring her uM jrekarks I    ��^.of ��#�����".     .. .. .  sail.   "If   by .'thai idan'   you"  ��� ,The Pi!?J ^?ve Liz a P *���"/  ���: L...i..j!i.J  l.    glance.    "Lady,"    he    said,  Sfi^glanced^tl htar ^ateh In . 3ide {��, Inoto^n's."^ doTeVne  alaHm. -But I <fanK st^yrlong,    cmM   ai|nost ^h   thfeni    "T  f the way, she said.  : Cessna was standing  eyed   it   doubtfully.  fre,   my   man,**   she  ely you don't expect  by, his Iqn|jcjal whiskers    "Look   hi  ���by Vee Lobb  first of a series of  ready wellbknown  *.^    ��� .-7i:**.. /^W7 :  ���   )y-    ~xyz$:^'?z    -;���'���>-:;  ��   b:   ' 7?*?-'-: > ��� -"���; ��� b - -x '��� '���..:��� :.v b.:-v.- _ .-v-:. -:-;M  in that little crate,"  world    communication   system  '���would it be too much-trouble  to board now, or have you any  more ad ice before we start?"  We  crjiwfcd   into  the   three-  mean my husband,|. byj now he-  is somewhere in 'ihe South  Sea;>, collecting ; m^teirial ipr  his  book. As  it ,is,:there are,  hundreds  of  bo>ks ;about  ttite'        .,       j.j--    ��� ...  Soutfh Seas, jtm\tif>4 peop^e~~fea,ter 4d were requested to  doiA.know! tow to pronoun^ .**%?. ? lT Sa^ty .}*}*- "&  Lei, a lure that is !offered k 'JM." Liz said, "with these  one qf the first stops on tiie tlHngs strapping us in, how  w^y tiUhe Islands!] As (for your are ** 5 ��POsed * jump out if  marfu&ript-I UVt i * hereb- anything- happens?"  and its seems td ' te' okay. But ,.The P1 ��* ^nored faf qu^s"  them \re thousands o^ manu- ��ons an< lt >^s. not long be-  ���scripts] lying aro^d iBne# ��� fore-we vvere flying-over Van-  r   ' couver Island. It was a glorious  'thiere will ��� day, "the air as clear as crys-  berWee"to:acconjinodate one ^ Sudifenly the litUe/ plane  of tnem" i      '> seemed   to    lurch    and   drop  through   space.   Liz  emitted   a  her   eyes  place Ruth-  ie," she shrieked, "pick a good  jjlace foi   us* to| get out." But  pdp��r'{ffic^, graslpihg for the ,-5ouv^l!  first njoment when tthere will * fa/' �����  lap  ;m^  V   , ��� , ,j ���! . uwuugu     aye,*.*;.     laaa\     vm  X  z   'gasped   >    ?urpnse.    yeI     an<f   sqUeezed   be  "Ydui re for mej* fe toomed     shut  (ip,ck        ^ ��� fa  pounding my^oje^hbuder, "If    f   ��� she 5brieked  ..pick  I was built ddifrft ^e could      Iace f0]   us- J'   t ou^  go |teady. Whaj-s^y ^ve haye -^e   ^   rose   smoothly   up -  ; a; leisurely spotM jtea, j and eR  'Schajijige our'-^fjjriie  rijclpes^"  youlknowii* haVe to ru!sh'down  to f$e office7f&r my ne>j" assign-  FOtLOWING A  ,   i Margaret  was driving in cj  year-old Mr.  car hit the soft  over. Driver anc|  minor cuts but  Mi. Smith was td  Bob Gunninghanf  lance and later  again anil seemed to float.  In no tpne-we were flying be-  hope that  person knbws  what  he's doinp," cried Liz. "I should"  the  Pender  visit iQ  OdHstad of 64198  jompany w  James Smith,  sjhoulder,  passengei|  tjhere were:  ken to hospital  was on  rith his  tow  Davis' 0tta\va Diary  casualty  Pender  Harbor area, Mrs.  St. Catherines, Vancouver,  ith her t*wfo jchildren and 86-'  last weqk] when her English  out of icontrol arid flapped  s received a shaking uf and  no serious injuries alt^nigh  for a jtheck up. ;As iksual,  scene, fjirst with his anibu-  truck. Gar is a total loss.  wlent  tlSe  By Jack Davis, M.P.  WHEN THE Ndw England philosopjher, Henry David  �� Thofeau said that ''most men live lives of quiet desperation," he (spqke words tjhat apply jto most backbench-  I   ers in Parliamen|t. If any thi  merit. As lfeis, ��he[jOId Man-is have feuod oxit about him ^  goi :k to bef funeus   .4 " Then fore- tald      off; Aod: this is my  ^Liz stopped," we lodkedat each very ' fir-1   scoop   too."   When  i{ other,iaHd   we   botl}   started 7tp mB$ r6s er gorg^ui Cameron  laugi-          ���.-���-!    ���-[ Lake sh��   shut her eyes again  At 7:00 o'clock the.nekt mor- and wouldn't iook: !And so it  ning I was peaceMy I having went. ;w< passed over Port Al-  coffee, and wpndeiing what to berni anit then flew-up the Al-  do With my day, when tfie berni Caflal abbut' 30 miles,  phone started miing madl^r. and ther a below was the stall soinded like til It! \i|as. i; tion. Th* pilot circled twice  ' * 'Hello Ruthie are * you up? and came down smoothly; we  If you're not/.yckt jshould be. A cruised t> the float^and climb-  little boy is Iniissjing: it that ed. out. Liz jittered audibly,  cable station on] ^Vjancouver Is- ^Thank heaven we made it.  land. His \motbei| iSs^disttacted, Had I oi dy known about these  as cougar tradisi havej been inexperinecejl young pilots . . .  seen in the vicinity. Tho^e cou- well, no matter."  ga!is are dangerqus alpmals Sfwttin;; a cpuple of fisher-  and I've ahvaysj said they men, sle appft>ach��d them,  should be done awky vyitjii." PrOducin r her   card,   she  said  "HilS on, Liz, c(on't g)pt ex- firmly,   "The  press.  Tell  me,  cited   Where did k>n ge^ this my   goot   men,- where" is   the  information?'*      X .-  .   \        . mother?'     The    m e n    looked  :"Wle_i, m^ftMfidTstan phoned blank.  nie about 6b30. He 'heard some- "She Aiust i mean! that book  thing of it on the radio and by Peail Buck," ^aid one.  he wants me to have thV first "There is d small library  chance at a scoop. He would across tie creek, madam." You  -go himself-but >aj|s he'll ^ck may fin! it there. All their  arouijid the office and wait for books ate quite ancient."  me ta call him, and so we can Liz sta npfid her foot. "Don't  share the honors. By the Ume make lig it 'bf this,": she eriedr  I gejt back, the story can be "j mean the mother���the cou-  set lip and ready to break. I'm gar���you know." The men slow-  telling you, those government ly backed away, got into their  people don't keerp ienough cou- rowboat, and^procecded to put  gar dogSj and AT LAST I can a distance between themselves  EXPOSE them: last year;my and our ;mali group,  income tax wa^ terrific, and "Cra2y " said Liz. "They're  they wouldn't d<fc p thing about crazy as lobnSi We'd better in-  ���&: Now*, I wanu yon to come (ipire at the^-store. Everyone  with me7*-\                       , else mug 7be out on, the hunt."  "Well," I answered dubiously, ^ The man in the store was very  "okay Liz. Whet time do  We ^-polite, bit of no help. He had  leave?"      I                       " Mard netting of the child or  "What   time?'    she   shouted, .the   cougar.   Liz   got   on   the  "We should be there now. So phone ard through to the of-  Vou   get  ready  apd   I'll   pick Ace.    "L    Stan   thi��re?"    she  you up in 20 minHtes, I've al- asked co dly. "I would like to  .ready phoned the : airport and have a \\tord with iiim".'*-  it   yanlbto' backbenchers <i$i the government's  d-^Souse. ���'���������   ������-������' - \\ .. -   -   -1 ���;''*-.:l.-:-   --  There are many ijlps who re  gard themselves  the game of politic  nedded   when   it  > pawns in  ��. They are  comes   to   a  vote.  Otherwise; thfiy  are  like  spectators:    They  quiet;   not provoke}  sitien.  Nor jshould  out in case they find themselves  out of step with a  the  Crown.   Blame  take    for" the  faults. But credit lor its good  deeds ��� naturally   gjes   to   the  cabinet   minister  op   ministers  concerned  Parliamentary  in an even more  sition.  The  perils  out are even g;  case.   They   are  reader  ndt  the plane will be all set to take  off    when    we    g��t   there.  WHOOPS!    This    is    my    big was the reply.  "Th��i Old Man  chance���and    I   knew .you was goin; to give you a break  wouldn't let me dolvn."    j and   sent    you   to   Monaco   to-  We'got to the ai|rport sarely, cover th;  Rainier  III,   Grace  Liz scraping only four fenders Kelly   nuptials;   Stan   searched  en route, and the horn blowing for   you   everywhere,   but . as  coDtiuously;' so it Wasn't really you   couldn't ~be   located,   the  her fault if the people wouldn't Old Man sent him instead."  Sfierw/n-Wi|f//oms  ijn-g, they" aire even more rele-  side of the  imust    keep  the  Oppo-  they speak  minister of  they   must  government's  assistants  are  uivideous" po  >f speaking  in their  members  of the government. But*-what  -they say pan wilfully be taken  by the Opposition as a declaration of government policy. Tb  be repudiated by ones own  minister is bad enough. But to  have to sif still and listen while,  members bf the Opposition talk;  freely about subjects which thq  parliamentary assistant has  studied at g^eat length is galling indeed. - ���  What is the solution? "The an  swer: is -to be found .in the government caucus, ifherc, the  government Mps can speak  their? mhids. They can hammer  out solutions. And they can organize themselves into "working- ^groups." These working  groups, with the prirhe minister's backing, canjcall indivi-'  dual!cabinet ministers into the  mat7They canvinfluence p&licy.  They^ can even make policy by  ejjpertize and persuasion. Here,  indeed,; is the most effective  waylin v(bich to harness the  energy arid the ability which  many private MPs have  brought to the 26th Parliament.  My role as parliamentary as-  jsistant to Mr. Pear.wn4s also  (tied Z into the workhjg of the  Liberal eaucus^ I' htjlp organize these working j groups. I  ;also|chair the, Working Committee on Economic -* Policy.  Thisjtends to be a full time job.  Not only can I help to make  policy in this way but I can  also play my part in improv-  i n g communications between  the back bench and the f|ront  bench members on the government side of the House.   f  * They say it's hard to love  forever with no question askedi  "but If a dog can do' it, so can  you.J ?  'Oh, id that you Liz? Where  have yoij  been all  morning?"  GUMi-T  PAINTS  LATEX $  Quart  . Gallon  SEMI GLOSS $i  Quart  Gallon  ONE  Exterior HOUSE; PAINT  White only    $i  Quart Mg%\  %.  Gallon  PENINSULA  PLUMBING  -Limited  Phone 886-  $533  \&-  for  General Electric Appliances  ..-.- '"  ' ������':������ I  WASHlRS - DRIERS  and REFRIDGERATORS  j i     ���������"���  We have o nymber of excellent  Trqde-inl Frfdges Jin stock  froJti $25  ELICTItIC  Box 6 Gibsons  Phone 886-9325  TSP  im  Ji-*i The Sechelt Peninsula Timet, Wed., August 26% '64 Pcge 7  - | ���! I I .. ... I. ' ' ���*���  In Your^Garden |  7      7 ���By year gardener -������  The Old Rake  THIS IS WHEX crabgrass is at its worst, iu red seed  ' heads disfiguring the lawn and the sprawls-* tetlit  of the leaves killing out-desirable grasps. This k &1w3>��  apparent when the Lawn is allowed to grow *. Ar.'Aii .iry  .orlitte help from the gardecer. j r  . -  , Crabgrass is no-problem J ' '     "  when the lawn grass, is in a. preparations "oa'ie r:*'%.>��� r..���*  healthy condition and is not that'will kfil it, but d it tt ro-  cut too short. The ideal, condi- _ need in tiije and th~r��f i�� r. 4  tions to make crabgrass thrive - toe much af it, the be*'. ;'f. is  ._,.... New medical centre^ .ver also at Davis Bay for t*a  CONVENIENTLY  located with lots of parking space   weeks."  Available, the new medical clinic building on Inlet *  *  *  Avenue is a smart-looking unit both inside and out, and  doesj the community credit. Occupied this week by Doctors [Swan, "Burtnick, Peatkau and staff, the clinic offers  a grieat deal more convenience to patients, doctors and  staff.        ' ��� ���������-.'. '-   -  Sechelt social notes  BAPTISM of John Ian William  Webb son of Mr. and Mrs.  John j- Webb of' Fort St.: John  took [place at SL Hilda's Anglican Church August 16 with Rev.  J. B^ Furgusson officiating.  Mrs. | John Webb is the former  Margaret Williams', daughter of  Sir. ��nd Mrs. Arch Williams of.  Sechelt. Godparents were Mr.  John_[ Webb, Mr. J. Bullen of  Prince Rupert and Miss A..Hal-  verspn of Dawson Creek. A  - family reception -'-with-, a-few  friends was held at the home of  Mr. and Mrs. A; -Williams fol-  lowir g the ceremony.   .    -  A very distinguished guest  visiting us from West Germany  and Istaying for six months is  Mrs.f Luise Grafe the mother  of Mr. Eric Grafe. Coming by  jet plane, touched down for re-  fuellibg at Paris,_Montreal and  Calgary/ and is very thrilled"  to be in Canada, even for so  shortj a visit It is 14 years  since! she has seen her son who  came to Canada in July, 1952.  Mr. and Mrs. Eric Grafe are -  so h^appy with" the visit, and  the grandchildren. TKathy and  "Cindy, seeing their very young-  lookibg - Grandma_ are thrilled  to death. We also were happy  to ipeet this craost charming  personality, a business woman  =Jrom: Berlin and had a wonderful talk about affairs in Germany in which Eric helped us  aloh^ with part oF7the trans-__  lation. We are Sorry . Mrs.  Grafle could not make her home  here i as she would be ah asset  ���-With7 Your Neighbours  to any community. -  t    .Visiting Sechelt and guest of  Rev.   and   Mrs.   Furgusson  is.  Rev, E> S. Gale of St. James  Anglican Church, Vancouver.  "���.*.�������._ "   ~  '-  Mr. Syd Redman, organist  and choirmaster of St. HBda's-  Anglican Church, is on.vacation,  visiting Mr. ahd Mrs. Ron Red-  nian. -on "Vancouver Island-  During his absence Mr. Arch  Williams will officate at the organ during church services.  -���"��-��'.  What-a way to-travel! Huge  Camper and wonderful boat Mr.  and M. -J. Taylor and family  "used to stay at the Sechelt Hotel in the early days, are now"  grandparents.   Have   travelled  all oyer the coast. Were up Sechelt1 inlet  and  Salmon  Arm,  called on Alice Amelia French  to have, a chat about old times  coming   from.. Portland,    Ore.  Enquired after the Youngson'sr-  j Mayne   and  Claytons���Nice  to  be remembered, -eh?A  "--__;���..�����*_-��  -   Mrs. "Jasck Edmond of North  Vancouver   and    Miss    Marty  Gome oOvorth Burnaby visiting Mr.  and Mrs. T. Ivan B.  Smith and-Jimmy at-Higbcroft,  1 Selma Park.  Mr. and Mrs. Bert Webster of  Vancouver on. a teitday visit  to their summer home at Davis Bay.  7  Mrs.^Chris Ward of Vancou-  To Vancouver, Sir. and Mrs.  Roly Reid ami 'ilrs. Mable Mac-  farlane to attend tbe wedding  of Tiisda Warner. Miss Warner  is a granddaughter of. Mrs.  MacFarlane.  '- Visiting from Victoria and.  camping at Sechelt Forestry  Camp, Mr. and Mrs. James  Strachan with children Bradley and JUI and family cat. Sir.  Strachan was formerly Sechelt  Elementary    School  : principaL  -They"are calling on their maiy  friends in the- district.  "Back after one year spent in-^  West    Germany,    Mrs.    Lottie  Postlehwaite.  Visiting her  son<  ���Frank and; his wife and children  Edna,  Iindy _aod  Laurie.'  She   was   at   Fort  York  Soest J  Westvalen,. where   Mr.   Postle-  thwaite  is  stationed : with  the  band   of   the  Canadian   Black  Watch. She enyiyed a wonder-  ful visit and travelled on. Hol-  land    American   line   on    the  Diltedyk   a   wonderful   vesseL  Went   by   the   Panama   Canal  route  both going  and  coming_  back.   Since   arriving: - back   in -  Canada has visited other mein- .-  bers of her family in Lac La  Hac,   going   to   Smithers   aad  QuesneL    Also    spent"  three  months   in   the   British   Isles. .  Now looking forward to  staying put. - s:  ...   *--*��.  Mr.  and Mrs.  S.  Rogers of  Montreal visiting Sir. and Sfrs.-_  Syd Waters and family.  We are astounded at the stupidity of some people. Here  was a man driving his car  with his dog on a leash st the  side of the car holding the-  Ieash out the window. When the  dog starts tq^chase'cars who  jwiii get the blame. This animal  seems to get. this . treatment .-  quite often.     -      f  , Visiting 7 Sirs. Slaty Gray  from Raddffe, Alberta are  Mrs. K. Johnson and Mrs. H_  Sliddleton. Sirs. E. Johnson also from Radell��fe,r Mrs. Gray's  mother has been here for the  sumfegc months.  are hot and dry places such  as occur when 3 lawn has bc-en  scalped . and also is the. little  ditches around the edge- of the  lautL *~ \    , ~    y  To control this pest it should  first be understood that It L��  an annual. grass. Ai sach. if  It is not allowed to seed itself.  It will die cut. Of course, as  prevention Is. alwajs better  than- cure, the answer is to  have 1 a w s grass growing-  sstroagly and cot cut lower this  two inches. This with adequate  fwatering sill product a= condi-  iios that is not conducive to  crabgrass getting started. If it  has got into the fawn and is  showing signs of going to seed.  ta sp&d it oat ar.d ,!������< - ve  lann an extra dose of fer*.L?�� r.  ." Broad-kifed werrft t .cis &%  .disdeu��>r.s !asd docker.-, ^re r-^t  -the probicin they u��ci tn te."~  -2-J-D Weed Killer eh.r. *.;.<d  ��$ dirc-et<4 will g.ve Z'*d re-  iulls. TMi shoult*" si Ta;-f cc  . n<ed whecith* uetcs" if-- jr-^i-  .Isg strongly and en t -*arra  day and m wster.r.: itne t:r  twentytuse boars y'u f-trJ-  The principle"- mvc'.st-d .r, i '.'.-  isg -broad-leafed^, wtrd-j "u J-rr  tbe chemical ta so \xztt,-At t.-.e  grti-Ath of them thiVhei hxrr.  ally exp'ode. "They i will f r<  turn blue kid red ani t.es ',~e  leaves wilt become ti'.-.st^d i"d  deformed bnd In a! f��.--v t'avs  ;the seed heads should be pulicd -tl^y will disappear alu. ;������!_.<. r.  Sipright With a rake aad cut ei�� Buttereap 'and* 'tzzf.-Jt^ car. 1-*  7��ith the mower, using �� catch- costrolkd hy s pr>J-d c.:.-��i.  Jer.   :    _ Compitox. hn\- efter: r.*-*<i r'.'e  I  There are a number of good"    t5an one application *  BALLET  Royal Academy of   ^~  Dancing Syllabus  ANN|'GORDON  Chcrter Memiei* C.D-T-A. B.C Srcrsch  GIBSpNS -'THURSDAYS  Leg ton Hall        .  WILSON CREEK - WEDNESDAYS  ��� Community, Ball  Assistant Teccher Per*n\' Lea DcvTs'  Phcne Mrs. VV. Dcvis ����6-2CC-5-cr  car Mrs. Fezrrler ��.55-224-1 sr.mnts  Miss A.Gsrdc*}426 E3SA Ave.     . "���-.  Vcrx^.-ver 15, B.C.  tt  -  Sunday, Sept. 13 - 1 to 5 p.m.  ' V     SUNSHINE COAST KIWANIS  CAMP SUNRISE, LANGDALE  Dinner 4 to S p.m_  PRIZES for RACES - HORSESHOE JITCfr  li FISH DERBY '-   - - !'  ,  ^Tickets new on sole - Adults S2.50, Children $1.50  !     Contact Barbecue Chairman Don Douglas  ! " Phone 886-2615  Sir.   and "Sirs.   E.   Azell. at  their   summer   home,   Secheit  West.  "'����-*..-  Returning from three weeks  vacation Sir. and Mrs." Lloyd  Turner. Their son P.O. R-M.  Turner, wife and chSdren Kirk  and Craig, motored through. Alberta and visited Sirs. Scheldt.  a family connection, and bad  a very wonderful time. P.O.  Turner is stationed at Esqul-.  malt and Sir. Turner has gone  to spend a few days in Victoria.  x.     *     a  Visiting Sirs. A. A. French.  Captain and-Sirs. Claude Caron  and daughter Lynne of Ladner  and Sirs. J.JSl Thomson of the  British Consulate, Seattle,.  September 1964  U> Wesr-_Sec*-<=ii ��� Gc^ms Phi Eet^Czzrz-z c-vf " r-~#* f ^  :      Secbe*t Eierr^*c?y enc ��ipHi-stcf%e>ecc<5i:cr.���-cz.ez G^--"  mcPhi EetaCarr? zi-��-.Z-Q z.-*.~' ' '.  C2* Moscn cnd.Nirrh V.-'esr Ec,- %ccd<  i'.r Sezhe-* E^~i-:c-^  end--Bphin^crte  Seconder-.-^Lsc.es   Vc:n   ^rc;   =f   ~tZ  CT!.  ' - ]  (jf Pcrpcisa Bcv fcr Secheit  Bs.v.er^z-y ar<z  Bdr ~zs-^~*  E*c-  " ersderw-^���LecvC5.Crsss Rsocsct 7:5'" c.-%_    ,  f.i) i-zn* Z.zcd, Lc��er R^cd, Krbe��s C-����- ��:>&; cr-i ��-_;!r-i;, fr*  El^ftjnsrcne Secede���.���  cm. ' _   -  r.=s Jze crsc l;*e' -ccsi ct > Z'-  USE   TJMES   CLASSIFIED  FOR  QUICK   RESULTS  -52 Kt5n:��cy. tec r.zcd, Lc-��er---J<sc fcr jvdbsrfi Creek LE***r--cn-|  toy���Lecva Hi-grmcv crtL Ice?R��?i- ct S 3C c.m. -}-\    ft  {��) Gn?*e Rccd, "Hi^vwcy, Cpf-a-*rcre Rood, Beoch. Afc tzi  Kcfcerts Oe��k ��lerr*ricy���Lesr.es Crc-*e Rcoi ct c:2C5 I \  cm- ;     - _ -'-    * | 'j j   {  * ]" I  C77'Gowar Pc��>r l~r Cbs3r.s  2.er-cn*s->- cr<*  BjsK.'rssf-|"4  Seel  crsicrv���Lec.cs Gcwer- Pcsrs- 'cr��S Hsxjs-ocf. Lcr-efct S7S  CJf.. '.__-' I |}ll  - (S3 Socrnes --rc-ir-r,   Hc^ti^s "Lsri^ng. f-r lizrv^icl*   ei<��~.A-t��*v  ���LecvesSoomesFc-i.-.TCt ��:IS cm. ,-   i "   ;  l    *   "=  ir'' LcA'-dcle ��lern&-<tc.r,- tzr"Bphsnst^re Secc-<c-f ���. tcz*--.i  Lc.rvzzc.le cr ��.2G cjm. { '  '10)  Pert Me-ricn. for  Ei-h^-itrr*  SeCi^C-sr-.-f-Lcc-e  *-;r"  V-I-o  Ct S:S5 errs,   .       - .-. |  ;1}.) Tyscr-. Rcoc, Wrisen Crec��., pevi-s Scy fcr >-.ii-< ��� V'���e--z-r  ���LesvesTj-tcft Rccd ct s.35 cj*% I   -  PENDER HARBOUR SCHOOL BUS RUNS  =GMO^rf������L&z^eshfcc'e Racd-e- 7:50 c.r-1, Gz^-r^-^rr Y.'-kX  cr ��:CC cm. fcr fercer Hs--tou*- %^chr<i.rt cm K'��-'*i?zt  -Eitrr^tcrf. '' j '      H        L   :.  ��GM0*VT���iec*es P..~0. Leels cr c.CS cj-sXizr fcr-dst V-^---'^AL  -    Seccrstfcr/ cr-z M^dei-c zierr-errzr,.    \ %        \   '  tWSu��/Z*i BAY '��� Lec-.ts ct 7:*0'c.rr.. i-zt ?gf��ct \*s-ziA:  "-     ieczr^zrf end Mccerc ��krn��n*cry.    j \        (:.  l  <���  $  i  _  ���_.*���  f  4  ^P5  i^  ^*^T*J��  S38P  ����fi'i;"^  Sit1j*Se��S*SSIi!  fesfft*  ��� HIU'WUI  m&^^^Mi u  Page 8 The Sechelt pJsnJinsulo Times, Wed  f  * '       wrrrosx!!'.-w**"*-'**"���:jff*; "*"���  LINED UP in order  1 ���   the handlers next  where they will meet  with  neare ;t  best steer  attend the 4-H show  stiff competition.  Merit line up  the camera,    are later-put up  at Cloverdale   highlights of the  rheir animals \  for sale.- This section was: one of the  Sunshiffe Cc&st Fall fair.  Weekly Rambles  _i_ *.   ������= ���������  1 -4��y Tom Jones  MRS. E. Montgomery and her"  husband   are   in   Vancouver  ���visiting her parents.  Mary Lamb is away on holi-  daysv visiting relatives near  Merritt.  - David Nod has spent the jast  week visiting Sir. and MrsyM  Hansen and family.  Mr.-G> Gowland and Mrs. j.  Wood spent a week in Vancouver   renewing   old    acquaint?  ances. During their visit they  met Mr. J. Brown whomthiiy  have not seen in 10 years $n&  Mrs. I^PItford whom they hive  not seen in twenty years. At  the   racetrack   they   met   D.  Blackburn whom they have not  seen In 40 years. At home they  met Brs.  Hodges whom  they  . [y have not seen in 30 years.   :.,  *      Mrs.'B. Allen visited Mrs. J. 7  Wood during the weekend andv  wishes to say hello to ail her  friends ih Sechelt.  Visiting from Victoria is Mrs.  _   J. L. Salmond. She is staying  |   with her daughter Mrs, J, Nelson and family.  Summer is here. The weather  is hotter than it has been all  year and the flowers are at  last blooming. With good weather the tourist season is finally  here and the beaches are occupied, to full capacity.   J  USE   TIMES   CLASSIFIED  liffiiililifwiii  P  GARDEN-BAY BOAT WORKS  "      Mechanical & Electrical Repairs  *       X COMPUTE  Garden Bay, B-.CL'  LINE OF BOAT REPAIRS J  ._.*>   Phone 883-2366  Say You Saw It In 'The TImestxx  ^/U/If/I////l/I//I��//I//////I/IJI/UIIIJ///��III/JI/fll//I��jink  ��-.._... ���.-���;. .- *.*J.i.;..-��x^zx'L- ��  caff judging  MB. MU1RHEAD, District Agriculturalist for the lower  Fraser Valley casts [an experienced eye over the Angus steer under the control of it's owner Lynda Clipm-  berlinat the Sunshine Coast Fall Fair; Mr, Muirhead  had a difficult task judging the animals but finally  flamed Lynda's steer; is the grand chanjtpiort antf she  was presented with the! Hylton Trophy.  <&���  All schools in the Sechelt School District  will open at ��1:50 a.m. on September 8.  The  Principal  oF the school wilt announce  the  regular opening time.  bGIBSONS K.NDIRGAR'TEN STUDENTS  , are to meet in the School Hall. They will bi r expected  '     to have their $3.00 supply money wirtr them.  THE SHIFT GRADE\ IV IN GIBSONS  ELEMENTARY ARE TO MEET AT 10 A.M.  "     b-    .  ���      : -..V-��-* - **��*    .        b-r       '   .-'���-.-s.V*       ������'���   -*'*i   4,  Suspended driver  sent to Oakalla  RESIDENT of "Prince Rupert,  Robert Vanada was ape  hcndcd by the poliice in Sechelt  , August 18 and found to be dr\\  ing while suspended. .  ! Appearing before Magistrate  lAndrew Johnston next day on  '.charges of driving while sus> ,  pended;, he was sentenced to  five days m Oakalla.  IMPAIRED  DRIVER  Banial A.~ Schell of 5075 Hif*h-  gate Street, Vancouver, was  seen by local officers to be  driving in an erratic manner in *  the Trout Lake area, last*  week: When stopped,, he was  found to be.impaired and was  arrested. %  Appearing 'before the magistrate August 20, he. was fined  $150 with $7.30 costs.  ��  Located nextZfo Sechelt Agencies ltd.  Phone 885-9566  HI '.'\       '���  "  '. |    - *>* ���   |     _      ��� ���.  ALL WORK FULLY G^AR^NTEED |  h//////////////f////ii/ff////uff///m//w//////////////m/%  i *tp iyy&g��i?Va��>PH��  The first man to sell on the  value of your goods Is yourself. '" - " -        X ''  ������**'   USE   TIMES   CLASSIFIED  <^w*-f*(Ffl��>-J*��B*.-jwrwte*�� ^wi��w*iBWWi>wij>wi8t(i^��iiw*^  8     ���  mimmtm  Take notice iHat a Court of Revision to correct or  revise the list of electors for the rural fcprtiori bf  Secl-ielt School District No. 46 will sft at 2 p.m. on  Wednesday, September 23, 1964 ot the School  Board off ice,, Gibsons, B.C.       :  S ' i  Any person who wishes fo appeal in respect of  the list of electors shall file an appeal in writing  with the Secretary-Treasurer before the_20tb day  of September 1964. ..    !  Lists of electors will be filed at each school  within the district.        i *:  *-.   . _  .K : .  THE BOARD OF SCHOOL TRUSTEES  Sejtool District No. 46 {Sechelt)  ivv  T '"j"-1'  ..jus*.; *'��'l.  -  .������ ���,**-���      ��� ,       *" ���^.".*   i      ������".***"���"���    -.  ���    ���   '  mm   ��"������ - mgz*7�� .* ���������nr, ��.������."    .     .-is,*.*  V*1  V.'  ^i**" -'"���-��� --���   ,fr->������"-���--���--���--������--  'a -'r.:-.V-* ������-���.���������'���*�����* o _ ..g. .., ,t.  i'   ji.- a.;,  rX&&\ ?���.���;'���������&ZZXXXXv.-r-  *.*-**>:' r ���:.:^'*.**>i*?.*������.=���.  ;-~ r^ ������������"-,������"*.- ^arrtttiSw�����"     ;, _  ������.**..���'. ��� - --.   -.j        , ir.'t ���***%>.-- '  . " v A* -.:..-; -  -��� -���--���- - "^ ���,**,.;*  .-���J",.-"   ���".      V '"-���*.    ��--r��-!5T*'---'T7-   t, ......   /��.. >I-i^*s*32p^r  ���'   b ' .; '������ ���     '      ' 'b -������-*���.���&- ������-��� ������        $b��CvT~^ '  ry*z  T3**V"'"  - -* j f**  ���--*-- --J'V.  .^ .*!__,-  ���Battered seiner  - -,��_-.-  ���-" - _wa,"i,'iM  #S1"6* sented *hcm   with  a  purse, as  LYING ON the beach where she was washed ashore dur- ^ token of their friendship, and  iijg "a recent "storm, the seiner City Queen, property regrets on their leaving. They  of Cference Joe of the Sechelt reserve sustained about have resided in Seima for  $l,00(Ldamage to her hull. Repairs are now nearing~com- Tmany years ami will be missed  pletiofi but until Sechelt gets a breakwater, this is one b? xbe community . . . The  of thi hazards with wihch fishermen and small craft evening was spent m social,  Owner^will have to contend. '.       b .and refreshments, served - . .  Tony and; Florence are driving to Alaska, and will visit  their folks.' and friends along  'the way ... "Happy. Landings  folks" - .'".-and _will miss you  both ... ~        -.-    ���   .  Slany of our "oldtimers,*"*  homes are changing-bands rapidly these days, it's amazing to  hear about it . . i.The Dick  Reeves home Roberts Creek,  the   Frances   Smith   home- at  Spltna Park chatter boxing  - ���from here end there  CONGRATULATIONS to Earl and.Darlene Flumerfelt  on their new arrival, a boy ..^_all well and happy  . . . "Dan Cupid/' a busy boy these days . . . Ron Orchard, and Miss Kate Haark of Vancouver,-announce           their engagement, and the wedding..will be August 31,   Bear Lake, Herby wina~home  in Vancouver, where they will  reside in the future ... Ron has  taken a position there . . , Will  miss Ron, who has been very-  active in Legion work, "and Selma Park community Efforts  . . . We all wish them much  happiness, in the future .  very few of our "bachelors*'  left, hoard rumors of one more  eligible, hope to confirm: it one  of these days?. . . Linda and  Sirs. Eleanor Carter took a few  days trip to Kelowna; to'visit  Mrs. Carter's father . . .Some  of our young folks getting itchy  feet, Mr. and Sirs. Slark  Steele," heading for Calgary,  Barry and Sirs. Swallow, going  along with thern^. . . Hope they  have happy landings,'and find  what theg are | looking for . . ;  Pelly Poulson, I going to Powell"  River . . .'at least, they are  looking to' better themselves,  and sure wish them all the luck  in the. world ...  Mr. and %lrs.Jack~FIsher, in  John! Hind-Smith  Refrigeration  the construction business^ They  are building themselves a couple of unite; and one for themselves, where they hope to take  up residence, in the Porpoise  Bay area ... Social evening  held recently, at the home of  Cpl. and Mi's. Nelson, to wish  "Bon Voyage," to several *of  our local folks, %vho are leaving  this area . . b Mr. and Mrs.  Tony DiAngeles, Mr. and Mrs.  Ron Kennett, and Const. Don  Gamble . . .About forty guests  enJDyed a very fine sociable  evening, among whom were  members mt Tony's family, his  mother from Hope, his sister,  Mrs. Moore from Alaska, and  many others, from Vancouver,  Gibsons and Sechelt . . . Tony  and his family leave for Alaska,  The Ron-Kennetts, for CbiiH-  wacfc, and Const. Gamble to  Pemberton. Small tokens of  appreciation were presented td  honored   guests,   and   a   sing  at Soames Point . . . Miss Cooper's home at Davis Bay . . .  Not to strangers, but oar own  local residents settling in for^a  long stay . . . Also lots of  changes fa- the . near future,  when all the help is on the*pb  for. the opening of tbe new hospital ^. . It is really startling  to find that so much property  has changed hands in so short  a-time, all over the .Peninsula  . ... I suppose it _ a good  thing, at least-it "Is no **fiy benight."' but stable occupancy,  folks who. mean to stay, and  will do much for tha economy  of bur area .'. . We" welcome  all our new_ property owners  . . . and bope they are with us  ���for.a long time.  Well about another week or  so, and the students will be getting back to school . . . It has  been a disappointing summer  on the whole, but, somehow the  odd lovely days in between compensate for the bad. ones, let's  hope we have a long beautiful  song,   with  refreshments,   was-     . _.      ~ -     _-�����..-...  enjoyed by all . . . Also cele.- Xl^l3n.^���fzXl l^,^  PORT MI  TO PENDER  itON  SRCOUR  f hone .8064231  ftcm 9 a.m. to 5t30 p.m.  Res. 886-9949  braUng with the guests, Cpl.  .and Mrs. Netsen, reached their  tenth wedding .anniversary. AH  in all a very enjoyable evening,  enjoyed by - all -. . ^_AVe ftish  our parting citizens all the best  In their new stations , . .  -^ Selma Park Community Hall,  wene of gathering, to wish God  Speed to Mr. and Hit. Tony  HlUe "social evening, "Mrs. Leo  Nestman, and Sirs. Dorothy  Goeson, about 28 guests, pre-  wfjM/ia^JW*^^  I  MML'M^M   x  General Sheet Metal  HEATING - DOMESTIC  COMMERCIAL - INDUSTRIAL  IF about t^5 nicest part of the  year ... The grswth of-every  thing especially grass, "has been  fabulous., you can almost stand  ia tbe garden, -^aad watch it  grow . . . hard on one who has  to keep grass cutr. J > but it ts  easy on the,eyes, everyfeing so  nice and greenjsne docs cot  need to-be. a professional gardener to grow things. Seems  DiAngeles, co-bostes$^ of this eve_ry ones garden around Ls a  --=���"-'       rj0{   q{. cofot-   ansj   with   the  greens in the background, bow  can you miss having a garden  . . . no heme is complete without one, and with a Jittle work,  and love for plants, it is rewarding in more- ways than  one . .".  Fair Enough ...  Go  break to the needy x.  Sweet charity's  bread.  For giving is living.  The angel said.  But   must   I   give   again  ..again  -Without ever stopping?  Oh no; said the angel  With yourself be true,  Just give fentil the Lord  Stops giving ta you > - -  PHONE 885-9606  and  The Sechelt PeninsulqTTmes^Wed., Augasf 26, '64 Page 9  People places SrZthings  I - ���By Rosy cod Alex Simpkins  THE SUNSHINE Coast now has a museum. It is the  1 embryo of that which may one day be a flourrshir.^  focal point of interest and 'knowledge^! Even this small  -display in Mp. andMrs. Peterson's basement has many  things of interest for everyone. }  I This gracious lady discussed     ������X���;   z:;  man>'  of  the  iteins "with   us.  Rosy   parficulariy  r��ticed   tia  bld-fashfosed band-operated waging  machine,  the flat irorxs^  seising    machine    and    scrub  ** board. She pointed out that the  mothers with the- large pioneer  families must have been very  busy.    - - _  , Consequently the girls would  need to help mother and the  boys would help father, and  with tiSe leather strap-as a re-  nii__ie_=.behind the back door.  we would not hear the -s-crd  ^delinquent.* Children -k-,o u 1 d  know where their mothers were  at all times. . : "  | Marilyn was" interested in.  pictures whidi were also used  in.', the Gibsons Landing Story,  the original copy of -the Peninsula Times5 the coffee grinder, the-.stone grinder that the  Indians used, the oil lamp, the  big  iron   pot that wsuld   take  . a "whole sheep, the. stone^ bowl  donated by Bob Lee Of Sfocca-  sin Valley, off the Agarnem-  Eon. ~       _.      '"   I _    _  I Billy liked the .broad sxe  that Mr. Gibsons used to"frame  his timbers. He examined the  spring   boards  with shoes,   the  .'shooting iron, the bullet pouch,  powder bag, the horse collar,  the oxens" yoke, and the pack  seum" will "be found etijcat.<.'nal  to an. The Peters>c-. _ h* c  opened their display st-%er. i^>s  a iieefc to the public. Tlaey Ir. e  ca the-east [side cf-Abb-. Road,  next doer td the Oolerid^*-". ^^c-  ond fcujuse from School Fj>*3d.  They welcome items of ir.t��.TC^t-  of all. types, which czr. rse  loaned-or tfcnatcd &s yoi, y!��h.  Don't. hide J your - rehes i- tie  attic. Someone else may se  inspired by" an eximina'-ca of  thpm     -   j  .Sfrs| Lobfa, uhase Pc-*v-"*"-<* "e  fcave -#njoyed so much v; *. ^e  edztsmi page, came t-> v,-,t.  Sse bfti^t tso natcr.ti }\r-  sizn krtte^i BiHt is g'tuig a"  little fello-*; called Joc-y,  Blackc-arj- pfeking is Ir. fi.ll  spaing. Ag: juicy berri>-=- ire  everywhere-; We "go tor S dr: - e  E33- tsgix imostii aid. cp*zs  her mou^s zkVA str.g- v.zy.x~  abng.- If st arc quiet and ��.-.e  feels "Like a.-song she v. ill o->^n  her rnoath. iaixl'use her Criers  *ta-open myj mc-ith. aad fee j-*���-t  h*ve to sing. Ht-r favor.tr i^"-s  are, Lalaby is! Goxiright,-  Sleepy" Tuns far: DoDy," "Cannibal King. Annie Laurie, D-u'-y  zsd Eoop Baop a Deedan -and  a.watem and a ciew.  saddle.  J Forthe man who writes Tlsat JVo CCtr Collision  yie will nevei^ have a factory. * -    w w  ;*   *-v"-^*">'i*  there.is a souvenir of the giae results HI chaiQe  * * -      - ~. __,,       -r -        *. ,_ �� *-  factsry owned  by -Le  Page's  which operated In Gibsois  in  1S0I,  using  Dogfish  forlglne.  4 Unfortunately  th����  -were "no  souvenirs from the Gibsons famous jam factory or tbe old toy  factory. But there is here the  reEees of a hardy race of people who had ability and gats.  | Aawrthe iWiw tore -there    ��^"^ "ST^e  is some excepiionallr fee work    ..             ���_,  ��. - ��.      ����   r   ���.        -     ��� ta?  rear  end.  by Reg Paul. There is also a    ^  totem pole by bis^father.'Daii  Paul. There are pots f��m Japan and a loom from Finland.  I was intrigued by the mysterious medicinal plant from- Wilson-Creek. _ 1 "" i  I Note; to   teac��ers:  This  ca-  REAR-END   collision 'ocoarrcd  last    weekezid    betvset-it   t. o  inotor   vefcides __ caasi^J   about  S350 damage to both *l&'o*.  -   Robert William Smith cf C-sb^  sons driving near West S~<*:e*t,  had- signalled-prior to rr^lA-g  a   right   hzsd   torn,   -a fc-en   en  auto drives by Douglas Cnnk of  n  There ~ were  ca   injuries  Cock sra= charged with :���.���',  -tit  Drive earefully-  chUdrea.    when  cr J r-'iT  apprcac  *--���-*  I     GIBSONS FIREME  From the errors-of others the  wise man corrects his own.  5rff/ff/fffff/////fff/fi/i//fi  - Put teeth into yoar ideas if  you ^yant thest to bile.        I  I  1  Sunday, August 30  ;V ENTRY FORM  NAME _���.��.-.,.-...-.���^__ ���I -���.  "1. Youf^est S*irnrrser j- " 7       1  1z Boys Race, 8-9 *    j _    .     -2  3.:Giris Race, 8-9     -"*     -      I -2  4. Beys Rcce, 10-11- f     - -    Z  5. Girls Rece, 10-T1 "��� | C  6. Beys Race, 12-14 |'   ���  :-   Z  7. Girh Rcce, 12-14   --���       i Z  8. Novelty Rcce, 8-14 - J ** Z  9. Boys Diving, 10-14     " i Z:  10. Gir's Diving, 10-14      -     -f         'Z  IT. Combined Diving,   15 end over    Z  IX Novelty Rcce, 15 end ever;             Z-  13. Log Rcliing; Adults enly ~  14. ComWned Relays  15. Distance Swim, 15 end "ever " : '    Z   ,  16. Row Boot Roce, 10-14       )      ' -    Z"  CO��n Boot end Lite Jacket)-  177 Salmon Der^- irsm D<r*.n t|fi 2 per, H  Turn in ot Cccst News, GrSftthcn-s  Stare/Hopkins Stcre. f     -   .  Lots Of Prizes - Fun For AH  i  s  I  I  I  5*  1  1  I  -1  I  i  Sr  mf&i&pism  ms-  m^km^m^^^^^mMM  ���WW.^"' '" ���   i  X  i:  .��_  public spiritei  mere*; plans to pjj-fe^njt  lining {need tadredgej  fbi? mpife floats wmlj?  * H Oil  Second English Bay  VISUALIZED AS (anpther English Bay' tly a numbe,  Gibsons citizens. Chamber  a brief to MP Jjack Davis  out the bay, /therebjj  beachjiaresi between jib  an; excellent stretch <|f  band could/ be pur iped up to  e wharf and the bliiff. At low.  beach with the hel:> of a retaining  wall qotild provide wonderful facilities  doubtedly prove a gipejat attraction.  Property enhcxiiqed *  *J  M&s fiisd gardens  bm^MMdk by fences  THEjjCkHADIAN ^o^d* Development Council recently  inyited a noted: Canadian author and free-"  journaUpt, Zita B&vltiajra May, to .give.-a. jsomap's  on the place of wood in.house and apartment living today. Tiie result was; npt-orie article, but three, written  in\Barbb*a's own illimitable style. The following is the  firit'of 'the three articles which women rjeaders, in particular, are sure to eijijoy.  ,-��� . , girl to  keep her youth is not to introduce him to anybody.  Of  of  Oom-  out-  \ creating rjoom  '- the  jtide,  knd would  up-  I-  a;-, > '  -*1"-': i ���  -raj- ���  **��i  .' .  '   "i  Ji  t  Elaxtha^ Kitt had a soni and  it went kike this���"I wapt an  old-fasjhkjned house, witp an  cddrfashioned fence, ahiji an  old-fashioned1, Mill-ee-yuri-aireI"  ' It was guaranteed to brjing appreciative chuckles from her  audiencd. -  ,. Let's * leave the millidnaire  outside the fence lor ih,e moment. Most1 women ni aminice,  j ordinary guys earning aii^ver-  1 age income, most; of: whom  hope to be - homeownerj&'' In  j planning the home of "their  dreams, they should nqlj i forget  that: even the smallest!property  is enhanced by a weli-de^lgned,  solidly-constructed 'lencjejj No  matter1 how small a bit of  ground it encloses, a \ fence  ^ males' a perfect sbtackground  i for ''flowers, '. preserves your  lawhfrom stray dog4> provides  safety for children j nd family  pets. If the fence is built of  \Vood, it not only, blends in bet-^  ter with its" surrouBJlings, but  seems 'to appropriately frame  the entire picture of home and  garden!. - ���  Recently, a big-city ; family '  shocked their friends whbn they  bought a shabby old h&u$e at  the end of a quiet, residential  street. jlioday, the sai^e jfirjiends  are envious when theyfeee the  restored property. "*'Aren't you  lucky?" they exclaim. :|  ���J     ' "I    I*-  LC^TS OF  HARD WC*RK  As tactfully as po^sljblle] the  new ovVflgrs point out |tKat it  took an '^Hjrful lot of hlartj i'ork,  ���  \    -  carefully restored.  But jfs the garden which ai  ways creates  he biggest sensa  tion. "Who wouldn't restore an  old   house,   with   a   heavenly  garden like this?'5 gasp friends  seeing it for  lie first time  Aga)n, they leajrn that hard  work and ima ?i nation combined  were needed to fairn a junkyard into. tfhi t is now certainly one of th; loveliest small  gardens in th: city.  A great deal of the garden's  charm is due to the judicious  us^   of. wood  L-shaped. A  patio,  on whi|  coibfortably, f jictys the long part  of  ***  old  sit  of  which  the  all  coupled"  preserve  house  vious  de  giiiatipii  the   best  oi  thei  /&ith   ima  while   repairing  its  to  old  ob-  ects.  Bathrooih and  kitchen: ate as modern as any  in the block, yet the biaijitifu!  old staircase, carved mantel  ���and'fan-lighted door haye been   \  The garden is  ilatted red cedar  ch night can sit  lhe "L", looking out over  en lawns, shaded by tall,  [trees, under [which visitors  in fine weather.  an old  lends  to  peajce -of  this!  winter   feedin;  Sft^ALL OASIS  r j s, ;. peonies,   delphiniums,  hollyhocks, dasies and roses in  season, show up to advantage  Inst   the, weathered   boards  |a natural cpdar fence, above  stone church on  bird bath in summer mean a  sure crop of song-bird tenants  in the old treesb and squirrels  play hide-and-seek amojng the  shrubs. X-.'j i  Latticed pine panels have  been used" to separate this property from the houses on either  side. While this! affords privacy, the airiness of the latticework prevents a feeling of being shut-in.  The short end of the '���L", by  the  side  of  thei Jwuse,  whi&i*  ..- abuts onto the ^street, has be^n  covered   with   Crushed   stonte^  * White painted wooden tikbs Filled with'lobelia land geraniums  add col__Ep_and ' a  small strip--  of ; picket   fence   separates 'it'  from the sidewalk on thie other  side.  While handy, folding, chaijrs  are always on hand, the 'garden  furniture is of wood, painted  white, to match ,the^ long refep- .  tory table on the patio at which  all possible meals are eaten  from April to October. Inch  dentally, the slatted flooring of  the platform means that it  takes very little time to diy  off, even after the heaviest  rain. And red icedar Is vve 11  known for its durability outdoors./  WithYiin" example like this,  why not look at your own projj- .  erty, with a view to seeir g'  what improvements might te  made by fencing it in? If yoi r  house is still in the planning  stage, choose the type of wood  fence to suit it.  VARIETY OFFENCES  Picket fences are perfect for  bungalows and Cape Code houses, while a fence7- of horizftntil  boards, stainedi or painted  white^ enhances, the Appearance of larger brick, stone and  clapboard houseSj.f  Even the ild+fashioned lok  fencejs----ai5pearing again to  maiKXthe iMundaties of large  suburban propjerties. Such fences are both picturesque and  substantial���and squirrels lovje  them! - <~-   J.    .  Gibsons  No Dov. n Payment \ - Bank Interest  Ten Years To Pay - First Payment Oct. 1  COMPLETE LINE OF APPLIAfJCES  For Free Estimate - Call 886-2728  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  fi^wiMiiiiiHi^iS'iiffiniifliiiiiiifiiJiiwi  ��� Th^s -free reminder of coming events is_ o service of  SECHElfT AGgNCIE5 LTD. Phone Sechelt Peninsulo-  Times direct fcr free listings, specifying "Date Pod".  Please note thot spece is limited ond some cdvonce dates  may hove to wait their turn;��lso ibat this is o "reminder''  listing only and. cannot alwqys carry full details.  Aug. 30-r-Water Sports, Gitejons Firemen.  Sept. BMBcck to school.  J. Sept, STr-rtccol ��� 297 Annual'Labor Day Dance, Community Hall, Port Mellon, ' .��  Sept. 7-r-tabor Day Sports, Seaside.  /Sept.   13���-Kivvani  Saffron  Barbecue.  Salvation Anmy,  Sunrise Camp, Langdale, '  ��� ''    '  next street can be seen. It  the serenity  and  small  oasis,  A  ^-station   and   a  In a. letter to a new home purchaser: "I have enclosed contracts on the sale of the property you are purchasing. Please  execute all four iqopies togethet  with your wife." [  !��S������_l__S��_i  MMfflasBMffiSM^aigsi_--_i-a  PUBLIC NGTICS     .  ^ . ���** . ���  Dumping of refuse on B.C. Hydfo artd  Power Authority power line right-of-way  will flo   be tolerated. Any offendes will  be investigated and legal action taken.  ��21  i^a  mmmmmmmsimmmimm  \Afciterfrontage - Davis Bay  b     Over 150' ��� Cottage,^  ! $10300 cash for quick sale ,  See Bob Kent-���Phone 885-4461  SECHELT AGENCIES 1TDI  REALTY and INSURANCE:  Whorf Rood '      | Phone 885-2161  m  "������WW *^--��x4B^Ii _ft*   - r   * ��� ^���^f.-^''-V-*'^' ---���-^ 1r..^-..^.< .,-��� ��r-,v A,; ,~.,���. ..r,i.,- J. .,..'.      , '.,������. '��� ������ ,>���--   "3     * ' * "r -   - _ '"-'" - "  ~# ' -'..-.--". '        - -  Emergency move * * *  UBC taking steps  for accqmmodatioit  THE UNIVERSITY of British" Columbia is taking steps  7 to ensure that housing' accommodation-is available  foi?'all assigned students when the 1964-65 winter session  opens in September^ UBC's bursar, William White, informs  The Times. ������...','.. ���*���  White's statement was issued  /following reports tha�� JJBC's  new Totem Park" residences  would not be-complete in lime  for the opening of the winter  session. The residences will  bouse 400 men and 400 'women.-.  The first two residence units  for 200 men and 200 women/  and' a central dining block, will  be complete on September 1,  Mr. White said, and the first,  students will occupy the units  on September 8. -  Two additional units, for 200  men and 200 women/will be  complete on October i, White  added.   -John Haar, director of housing "at UBC, said Jhat during  the interim period; mate, students will be housed in reserve  university accommodation. Wo  men students will be housed in  the homes of UBC alumni in  -the  Vancouver area.  "We have had offers of ac-  -Cpmmodation from 70 graduates  already," Harr said, "and I  am certain that there will be  an additional respogee adequate  to meet our requirements."  Haar said that a passible delay in occupancy of the new  residences had been foreseen  as early as late June, and machinery had been put into operation at that time'to provide  temporary accommodation.  He said an additional. 140 xir  more places are still required  in UBC. alumni homes 7 in the  Vancouver area. He. urged that  UBC graduates with rooms  available contact the, UBC Alumni Association immediately.7  Summer Safety tips ~fThe Secheit Peninsula Times, Wed., August 26, *64 Page T I  horn St. John  SUMMERTIME hr insect toe  and Canadians "wishing to &x-  .joy their "leisure boors away  from the city have. learned that  it Is necessary to protect themselves from insect bites with  fly dope and other repeflects.  Butf says St., John Ambulance, there is.no repelletS to  guard against the stinging parasite .of the freshwater snail  which Is responsible for inflicting "freshwater itch" on thousands of.swimmers each year.  ~ The microscopic insects have  an effect .similar to that of  sand Seas; producing red, itchy welts wherever they burrow. But their motives are different. ,,  aJIniike the biting" insects.- of  the surface world, the snail parasite is itself a victim of circumstance/ Attaching itself to  the swimmer's body for some  harmless reason of its own.  it becomes trapped in drying  pools when its -new host leaves  the water and-:barrows into the  skin for moisture; causing the  irritating "itch which many people - blame on . water pollution-  Prevention of "the itch** is  usually relatively simple.; The  jfresirs-ater snail lives only in  Jareas in which there are rocks  "or weeds, asd tiie parasite can  jgenerally  be  avoided   by  ccn-  - lining  one's   swimming. aetivi- ���  ties to sandy cr not too mvddy  ' beaches, j  I Sometimes though, if ihe  iswimming area is surrounded  ~py rocks or weeds- sad warm  feather increases the reproduction rate of the parasites,  evasive action Is oat of the.  ipiestion. Under such circumstances, a Jaath/or shower with  - carbolis soap before" -the skin  dries will - provide - added protection.  | In the event you do contract  a case of ttbe itch." t.f-auser.:  is tfce same as for miry insect  bites: apply calamine j bt^jr. cr  baking scda to thef tffected  area and fioCt scraliS-..  But, as }vhh biackf.j rr.z%-  quito, and; saadflea Lie;, St.  -John recdsmitnds pre.f-e:.-n  rather thair cure. &.. if jo--  s%-im In Irjesh water this ��um-  mer.keep tees* pointf ir. tr.zd  and * dry' jvoer*e_r t/Vfcjjrr/y  im mediately* upon "etr.frg'.x;  YouTI txrid it saves ifrsr ail  tear on the- fingensaili'  --   The moianst ^isc--*^.;^rested by 2. backseat driver saoujd  .remember ithat year* ai? *:ar=  . bad a crank is. frost, ��30  ROBERTS CREEKf1  CREDIT UNION  Sechelt, B.C.   X  SCHOOL SAYINGS  CLUBS  Giksons  -. 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M^P  pi^^iBsil Po^e 12 The Sechelt  (Ottawa  P6hinsuIoTjimes, Wed[,  re  The Times:  PklME -MINISTER  -/'Liberal minority  into the Commons a  \Z  ���K  Pearkon has threatened  that his  government may be  government motion  niles of Parliament io that its business cajn be expedited  to be made if  last February  toTlook at Vhe' rules jand regulations to tj*y and stream  lilje procedures failed to reach an agree tient.  Pearson -made" the veiled  jthifeat in the Commons and la- of' the bus ness committee  ter repeated it in a national would have to be unanimously  television broadcast. This act approved by ill five members  tiopf it taken by thei jgovernr    of the commijttee, representing  ���ST-..    f#X��      ^.r  August 26, '64  Ottawa Bureau  forced to bring  to reform the  merit,': would involve | tjhe adf  ministration introducing: a govt7  ernment motion' into ih�� Com-  ihouis to alter the parl|arrtent-  flri' rules. It would provoke a,  k-nigth^ and bitter debajte iand  if Would have to be! pa^sedi by  ���a  majority. i  The.last time this was done  all five parti is in the House,  The deputy speaker would not  have a vote ijn his position as  chairman. ���"  The committee, either oiKJts  own inifiatve >r on written^>  quest from thi- ministry, would  consider the rnaximum period  to be allotted to any stage or  *wabduring'.the' famoiis na(val stages of debate, It would not  aid!  bill   debate   in   1913.   The deal'With matters  already on  thejn   Borden   govern mJe'nt   jad- the order  paier  and it  would  30ufneld the debate, trought in not intervene with respect  to  a motion to amend thle rules of any stage pi iebate after tbat  ���ithpj House apd introduced thq siage had sta'ted.  el^urcl.rulej The ensiling de? The   plan /j-ecommended, to  .bake took two weeks 1  which  the; main  aU:  party comroiitee  aker was a watered down version of the Sri-  istirrcd ginal KnowleS recommendation.  In its original form a majority  decision of tli e] business committee, rathei than a Untni-  mous declsio l, would hnve  been  sufficient  for   making   a  strong words were hurled back    under Mr. Spi  anq forth across! the chamber,  Z  Pjearson's threat has?  up ja controversy idreaJi-*.      !  . *-7 .--r      '���-./ 1     xy\ ;     ���  i  SET UP COMMITTEE   -i  It was back in February that  the House set-up an ;sll-party,  committee to examine fparliaj ^oramendTti$i *to tteHwIsfe  merit's; Miles and ^iMmne&d ��� rm change '-, ,a5 made at :he  changes designed to make��� Pte ; uest of o^positton, Leader  liament a more effective pieer- - A T  ot legislative  machinery.  Tha  committee is under thi! chair1  mansbip of Mr. Speaker April  Maifnaughton. I    j- j  There is a sub-coramijtteej ��fj  the main committee, ort i procedure. It is tinder Ithe chairman  posed is not  system   for  tiie   House   las  'eh'ip   of  Stanley ��� Kno^Ies   the    whole' through party represdn-  Kew  Democratic  Party], m��jm-    tatives to  plaiji the  time, that  ber from Winnipeg South Cen  t��-, - -     |l     I  That   haa-d-working   sub-corn  mittee has,-come up withla plan  i  "He plan is understood fa have   sub-committee was imammoi^s  ih Members  of  that   sub-comrc ittee   consist   of  Knowles,   Labor   Minister   11-  mam  oppo-  Progres-  atiproi-al    & approved b>  j*t"Was       "    ~"  <Zle&i lata; MacEachei, Deputy .Speak-  jjgj, eijH'Lurien Larioureux, Gordm  Aiken (PC, Parry Sound^MusIo-  ka)i G era It Baldwin {PC,  Pteace River} and Gilles Gife-  goire  (Creditiste-LaPointe).  This proposa of time allotja-  tion is a step forward. It will  have the effed-���if finally adopted���of preventing income-  quential debate s from draggi lg  on. and on, much longer thin  any party warts them to ecn-  tihiie. But even this concession  received the stamp of  from all party leaderi  i-ecoinmended to tiie n ,ai|i  mittee, but there it ha  dowiji. Little progress  made lit adopUng.it in.  committee, with the mal  -sition coming from the  "slve | Cotiservatives.  Thje recoihmendatibn'bf the  jsub-ij��m mittee would establish  a fijve-member * business! committee of the. Commons under  the deputy speaker/"That com-  : mittee would be responsible for  setting time limits on the debate [of each stage of -govern-      .       .  ment'-proposed legislM.  The/   j^jvieived witfl suspicion. The  House would be reqilifrfedlto ap/   ^'�� Conservative  members  prove  or  rejectee 'bjisineSs- -���fl*e   sub-committee   have  committee's report Wfthidii.-fie  John Diefenbjker. With tiat  change all fivij leaders of he  parties in the ! House gave th|eir  approval to tie plan.  Knowles has been carefal to  emphasize   that   what   is^pro-  :l_sure.  It is  should be allocated to debates  of government bills.  APPROVE PLAN  "bateii  TIME LIMIT  Time limit reebmnierdations:   is being cautiois before starrp-:  [*  of  put  tneir stamp of approval on tie  plan. But former speaker Mur-  c�� Lambert,- ine of the Conservative expeits on the rules,'.  Transferred  CONSTABLE ��j o n a 1 d J.  Gamble left tliis week for  Pembertdn whijre he has  been transferred after serving for the past 18 months  with the Seclrtdt detachment, RCMP. 1   .���__ ^i���r ,  ing it "OK."      ���:  This hesitancy,-tips frustrated  Knowffes. He thought when he  got all party leadter-s agreeing  to the plan that, the waly was  cleared for its adoptioh/ But  such ha_sjiQt|bceiij.the c^se.  Consequently it; Was withla  great deal df sympathy that  Knowles heard Prime Minister  Pearson speak with somtjj exasperation about the all-party  committee making littlje progress on time aydcation. Said  Mr. Pearson/       j  RULES EXPERT |  "If we cannot work this out  through an all-party committee  ���and that would z be the best  way of doing it���-then I think  the government Will have to  take itsmvn responsibility and  bring before Parliament legislation or proposal^ which will  streamline Parliament, 'which  will bring about changes in  parliamentary proccd u re to  ��� make Parliament a^ morej'effec-  tive apparatus for the tuition's  business. If necessary, wc will  do that." L  Knowles' comment after hear,  kg the Prime Minister was:  "I share Mr.- Pearson's -annoyance at the- delay and the  failure of the comnuttee; to be.  able to get on with its job. But  I'm afraid that his statement  will only make our work,in the  committee more- difficult and  I wish he had not said it.*'  : The Winnipeg member, re-  garded^as the mosu outstanding  authority in the Commons how  on TOtes, is worried by Mr.  Peiarson's threat. He coitends  it would be most infortunate if  the government brought in its  own motion *to ilt<>r the procedures of Parliament.  __He has pointed out that rules  imposed by a majority (lo not  work if the opposition finds  them unfair. The opposition can  always'Find a Way to ihwart  such rules.     b / ������  Thel Conservative Housis Leader Gordon Churchill Was more  vehement in his comma it. He  said the prime minister's stiate-  ment! was a "threat7' Hs said  Mr. Pearson was in effett saying 4o the all-pjirty comTiittee  tbat [it might as  well disband;  Sechelt Constable*    ReaMetfS Eight  receiver transfer  TRANSFERRED ] po Pemberton  after temppraryj duty of one  and a half yearjs at Sechelt,  Constable Donald Gamble of  the RCMP bid his! many friends  farewell and lelt Monday morning. -  A native of Gull Lajke, Saskatchewan, Don v^as himself a  newspaperman ahd v^or ke d  with his father who kill publishes the Gull Ljake Advance-  He7 joined the RCMP about  three and a^ half years ago and  was stationed ait Richmond,  B.C. before coming to Sechelt.  He takes up duty at' Pemberton as .ope of a j two-man detachment iri "a district populated  largely by Indiank  No replacement is planned,*  as the Sechelt fprce was already onej man; overstaffed.  Corporal Rj. Selwood who was  also here on a teipporary basis  now beebmps permanent.  |       b 'Letters io the Editor  ! grossing r^eeded  Editor/The Times:    i  jsir���Re: Item "Round About  the Town," Ed Gr^en, Aug. 19,  1964. 7 ���'���������/  JMy frienf Ed is quite right  iri regards; to the traffic, on  -CowriejStretet, We should have  marked ci^sswalbs at Shbjj-  Easy, Cowrie and Inlet Avenue  arid at/ the Cenotaph. TYou tier-  talinly /take your life/ in your  hinds /trying to cross Cowrie  Street/I almost got hit cross-  injg atthe cenotaph. I could ndt  ��� get. the number of the vehicle  .a'j;. It / was travelling f over SS  miles an hour round the corner.  I Wppose We shall have to wait  untit a human life is | lost and  tl^on we shall get action. Why  n4l put in crosswalks-now arid  pissibjy.'save a life? tThe speed  limit lis certainly not/ observed!  going through our village,  "i       7    ' ���W: J. Maynei  Being determined doesn't  mean going through life with  clenched fists and a jutting  jaw. Determination is the will  to achieve, pot a defensive posture. ���   -   _   ���  , Fate is something you believe  in when things are not going  well. When they aire, you forget  'it.  STILL A MENACE     I  The pollen-bearing plantsmre  still a menace to the JhayfeVer  sufferer who should make every;  endeavour to avoid them, especially the ragweed plant, which  is to be found in roadsides,  waste lots arid even infgardens.  Learning to recognize/ragweed'  wilt' help the sufferer on his  own property.  SHOP THE EASY CATALOGUE WAY  SIMPSONz$EARS\  GIBSONS ^  (Located in Thriftee Drygoods Store)  FAST DELIVERY SERVICE  Orders placed before 3 p.m. Mondoy   7  Bock Wednesday  PHONE 886-2252  Sechelt - Selma Pork - Wilson Creek  Phone Toll Free - ZEnifh 6912  **   f


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