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The Sechelt Peninsula Times Oct 7, 1964

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 '���yj-'--    -     "**-���       -���   Jl_"   "'-���     ���        ' '"'f     ���'���'������'���*" ������!!���   ���������'_��� ��������� ^   ^ ^ ^ ^_^ ^ _ ^  ���__-���. _____  pRSSTOa tfICRO?ILS��IRS SERVICES  21B2 fEST 12thj'AVEKBE  vA��coav��a sr ��*�����   i  Serving the Sunshine Coest, (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet}, including PortMe*io��v Hopkins Lending, Grcnthcm's Lending, (wfasorts. Rcoerts Creek,  ��� ������: ' ~'- ' ���f��� ���       : 7' :���: ' ������ '��� : = ^  AWson Creek, Seirnc Pari:, SecteSt, HcSfmoc^ WEDNESDAY*, i OCT.' 7,   ISM    1QC   ;���   _ . . ��� rr* ��� ,;  - -'.   -   : : ? : '���.   Hot Springs visit . . .  ~y  ^b  -f _ "��.  CHAIRMAN. OF the Gibsons'Chamber of Commerce..  Ken McHeffie. in. company with Marine Division  Chairman Walt Nygren and Councillor: Fred Feeney%  paid a flying visit to Harrison HotlSprings recently- in  order to "make a study of an imaginitive dredging venture carried out by that community.-    T_  n    Growing interest in themove 7 ���-"���'_ ;��� - ������' -���rr ������  Nby thc_ chamber to promote-a    In this ^^ be ;has rnanv sup-  breakwater and create a sa.ndy    porters:in the district-   '-'*"'  beach by dredging the bay at_                i --  Gibsons,, led the^riso ta invest!-     _     r    * z.-z. y 7  Smorgasbord  ���4  i*m-%-  r.'  t  ���tflV-  /  ... J..,  ���,|.V;  ��� ' /J. *  ~./i  v*"*       *"  *'  tfv  -���rt -  p   -A  ���&h  i  '  '���**>'*���"-  X#-  >���    -  ;*<.,-*-���".  i��  ''V /  Jut V.-  to  + *  1*  :���/& -O  date change    b  DUE 7TO unforeseen circumstances it ;has; Jbeen necessary  - for'TBe ladies of the hospital  auxiliary; to Tchange the date of  their smorgasbord,- previously  planned for Nov. rll< new date  will be Nov. 21. The event will  he held in the Legion Hall, Sechelt 7    . -*>.   '-  .��.  1.  "Westview indicates *_ *  gate the Harrison Hot Springs  project,  whereby a  three-quarter   mile    strip    of   excellent  sandy* beach  had  been  developed" by dredging the area with-  an old dredger, purchased and  renovated -at  a  cost  of about  $12,000.  Bulk of the cost of the operation' is bcihg~patd for by- outride   work  undertaken   by   the  dredger and its two-man crew.  Actual cost lo. the district for  the   sandy   beach, was   9v*.c   a  yard. _ _      --Ay'  .*, Sand has also been dredged  out to for.n a break for a shei-  Ifered swim area thus providing  warmer    swimming   fascilities-  -j than    that    normally - enjoyed  there.  _ .-_--,  , The three men were so int^  ~fbT_Sem?ttatlfef,SS__fb2: BYNOMmNSa *dead.issueJ4nuch goerta behindthe fifed Imd i^n^rSe to ^r^n'AIMnforltfe freriendous  ot commerce hopes to puttie scenerfdrfhe promotion for the eagerly awaited Se- J amount of assistance he has given the fidcai Guide sreuo.  idea to council with a view to chelt breakwater. The advantages to the district would f ������^��� : :���-������ -.���=���;   . . 1   promoting a similar project be-tremendous .and it woald appear, no one is more | y, rlrr^rrmm* * * l  Mr.-Nygren said last w��k> aware of this fact that MILJack Davls^ ~~..       ji^ore Classrooms . . . .   .  "the possibilities are unlimited-  Mooring responsibility  Accepted by Government  Cerfifleafe of merit  f GUIDE DIVISIONAL Commissioner Mrs. Agnes Labonte  1 of Gibsons presents the. certfficate of merit to Mrs.  I Vera Iiebich District Commissioner of the Texada  |group, for services rendered, far beyond the normal call  fof duty. Presentation took place at the Guide cam? at  1 Wilson Creek, last Sunday during theJannual meeting of  jthe four guide districts. Texada^ Pokell River, Hsne-  Ichin and the Elphinstone district." Earlier on a pfese^tg-  .   , **. ,^. Latest   correspondence   from  A company asked $24,000 som^.^..rf^,^y*^Ji*^s^~^.^*ii*^^  cEamS^foT^Commerce Break-  years agtr-to'-orettgi  bay, with our own dredger, we  could thoroughly clean oufthe  bay and pile in sand where we  need it  ~ Another firm believer in the  idea of creating a sandy beach,  is Councillor =Sam Fladagar,  who himself suggested the idea  some years ago. Mr. Fladagar  previously stated he could foresee the Gibsons beach area-becoming a second English Bay.  water Committee, Norm Watson, reveals the fact that contrary to the view that the Federal: Goremincnt limits It's  assistance mainly to projects"  involving commercial fishing.  Such is not'the "case."    "  Mr. Davis statea: "In recent  correspondence having to_ do  with a harbor at Westview*. B.  C.   I  have nsted   a   comment  at.elets, "FederariaSStef^a^  Puhlic Wcrks. to the effect trust 1  **the Federal Government has  assumed #S3me respansifaiiity to  coastruct anoorisgs fcr .small  commercial vessels, and for  transient yessels, be they commercial cr pleasure craft:  i��g��S9��  j*Ancffffip,__f  IHMS10H fj  fATTEXDAXCE FIGURES indicating:that it \rill sccrtly  |       be necessary to provide two additional cias^-o^ms  .._.-.     ...     .      sat Sechelt^Elenlentarv- School  were S presented  to -tbe  "It  was on_.thwbas.is tnat. |school board bv Mr. Gordon Johnson, inspector of Sctiooi  the-barter  at "ftesmew was   |1>isfrict No. 467 when the boarcTconv^ned ai :ts regular  ^^ Imeeting at Gibsons last week. I *'    "  Source of this statement was   - ^ .^ _  Require $95 ��� . ���  a letter dated Sept..21 to- Mf7 ?    Mr. JotaOTs_snrter.fiirther . ?  R. John, President cf tfae Po^ |sh��^ ^t** ^T^s-���*^    ^eEced 1& a xie* M c*3?3-"-  weE  River  Chamber of Com-bf Madeira I^ik^id additional    ^ ^sciisol site ca p��t kt a  mercfc I facihues at_BpberU Crees wih    parcel of Indian Et^trve  Ucd  --r- -i.       - j-   .- r   .*. izlso ^ r&vdr*d in the near fa-    cear Pert i irelion v-bio u bur-  Turther    indications    of   the } tare.  And  the  Gibsons- kinder-    rectlv   h^d    utterr   Ua<e I bv  endeavors of the  memoer far Igarten   class   registration Jtais    Canadian Forest PrvdJci* Ltd  Coast Capilano to jxish for tne |year w^uid apparently indicate- -a   letter  cf  ity^rv   r-.*   I^ea  breakwater are  revealed  in a 1 tfeat ^^ j.ear iour classes and - ��jgi to the palp-cill fit--   '  copy, of  a   letter  he_ recently | two teachers- win be reqmred. - * =  KO^NATION meeting and election :wS*tfd,te dav In   Sl^.P^nSettf ^Se j ^"^^^^^^  thfe Grade 7, Divisions, classroom at Sechelt Ele-   and Commerce, which states, j ^^ a/rt ^o^ to preset its  Sechelt- Elementary  prepare iunci drive  menta^ Schoo.. and. ft. foUowing officers j^re gc|ed   ^^TSSXTS �� J^t^A  "**  ^""  to conduct the third annual  "pushpam  drive: ��� ': 7,.;���-  -7 . -��� -.  ._  Chairman. Dean Driskell; de- of the Coimbatore Home and  puty chairman. Marilv-n Mac-- mailed 7to Sechelt where they  Kenzie;   secrtary.   Domia.  Nel-  _._..  _ are circulated for all the hoys  son; treasurer, Raymond Sheri- and girls to read. Several boys  tfan; co-ordinator, Bruce Cob- and girls at Sechelt School cor-  leigh. .      -     =���_-'���-.    respond with bei* regularly.  Pushpam,   a   10-year-old   or-       This.year^if every.pupil do-.  '    '  ' J    nates 33 cents over a two-month       period, that will more_than^be    ebpment - on  the  West  CoSst.  suffident to-assia-e room, board    I  am \ referring, in  particular.  and    education ;for* Pushpam    to a- strategically located small  through  1S65- * ���*** P*se  2  Federal Governments plans for j _ Yvsthez business ipclad��i the  a7$2I millisa pavilion at_EXPO j foEowing:     -  67 "in Montreal. I    Sir.   Barrie   McDonald,   sanr-  rNo doubt it is a worthwhile \ tary   inspector,   presented   u.e  project.  1 am" even more  Im- {results  of  a  recen!  survey-of  pressed by the difficulty which | classroom ..lighting  coiiitions. -  I   am   encountering  in  finding I'   Mrs. Leslie Jackgen reported  phan -girl who is being cared . nates 33 cents over a two-month  . for at the Unitarian Home in  Coimbatore; South India, was;  adopted in ear4y 1963 by the pupils of Sechelt Elementary-  School, and the boys and girls  who_initiated. the scheme, then  in Grade 5b have spearheaded,  the school effort ever since.  I As this will be theuLLast year  t�� organize tbe- "drive," Grade   '__ intends to raise the necessary  $55 in record time through  weekly collections, during November and becembcr. The  surplus, if any, will be used to  purchase a Christmas gift for  Pushpam. . .  Pushpam. who writes to.her  even a minute fraction of These {that   West   Sechelt   transporta-  moneys for tourist trade dev^_ |_ tion   arrangements   had    been  Timtrovfei by adding 5S miles  I to the bus route and by some  ! re-scheduling.  I Mrs. Celia ' Fisher reported  | that the cogiraci for boat trans-  I portation from Gs rabier Isiard  | will be suspended until there:  I are at least seven student* who  j require the ^ervice,  | Mrs. Muriel E a II, hoard  I chairman, thanked :Mrs. Ce!ia  | Fisher on behalf of the l��ard  I aiaf the teachers who had es-  position  FOLLOWING AN association of about 28 years with the J joyed a most successful social  _     school 'board, Mrs. Anne Burns of Gibsons resigned t ev��sing recently.  her position as secretary to the Sechelt District School!    The 1xjafd sa5,��^��i its}  Board lasfwerfc-a.situation she has-held since 1946.     | t^T^-o^l ^ti<��Tt  ^SillenS;^   ;; Dlimct faperintendent Mr. G<mion ^hnsonj&antod j ff- ��T^j������Jl  faT hoS Lme ��7 to ��-.  Mrsr Bums for her past co^peraUon and expressed toe J-^ ^^ ^ ��r ^h  come a teacher She writes hef   .opinion he had always enjoyed a cordial relationship ? io atteM at school premises in  WtuVher on school board affairs. = - J the evening for work as. their  _____��� until a successor Js I respective study programs. _   ^  letters in the Tamil language,  antf they -are then translated  into English by a staff member    appointed  She wiU remain at her position  Negotiations have; been cors-  . Lions campaign \  to assist CJLEjSj  SUNSHINE Coars:   L����^n:em.  - . bers will be canpa^zn ttis  week forjfasds en U-hi.f of  the CARj rrs'-sren | project.  This worthy crganiiatiSn. dedi-  - cated to the crre of arthntis  desperately netrd- }cvr fce'f to  ctmtisae Irith r<.-i?'--arcfe v��Lieh ���  his.already re*iil*.cd ir. trtr.��Jng  relief to j ma^y th-3usa=di * of  sufferers f^-fao   f-re^Iji-Iy -tzd  little hope *  Lion Frsnk Parker.*��� .11 css-  vass the^tcerciict* of tiu Se-~  cfce��f~district wt le of bt Lj >cs  members j win &.'.. tst-<Tiesi-  dtniizl iiezs. '  f t  Doctor attends   ~  PXTJLZ meeting  SECHELT F-TA - ���-'  n*-��rt it ��  p.m-. October. 7   ir.  ih>: Sechelt Activity Hz-'Z-       _   -  Mr*.   W7 Rank.'.    c.rU   c-^ife  seHor " ai; Elpzizzttzz? H . g^  School,   aad  cSe   c.   ocr   V<zs,i  - doctors toil bt* cc k^r*! tc tilk  and. discass the f-J'c-rirj '"p-  ics;. r 7  Tbe- prihlem  cf  >ou*--   tuiay  ���Lack of moral-.  r.*-fe er-fs.  -.Where is jit lead;.1:,; ouf >4.-'-'*;  How" can js-e pcrc^ts fc��.;._tr.�� r*.*  II** *  1*  Aiidscr-^zsd cs second :c:=is  rr-s3   b**1   t**<   f-f.t   C" ce  Depcyrr--e-.t, Qr.z**z  \ Vclur-<Z:,th.��.z  f  :  *  t  t  5 .1  *  tSSBSBSSSSi  ��l������ "f)��    _      . ^_^m**,m***0**^***��Lim 'I ��� ������������n.i   ������ i ��� '"'&,.' -.J/-  i��... j.   j in- jn mi  "i"*"."."   m--"-,���' -.'.- -\:    .?.*. -���   "'. .'      '���������' -: ... ���  , .'4",'-..ip . ---."���*  .***���'..'" ���".-'. X-.'X-  *.' -. ���*��� " ���������*', -*  _ '-.*i^V        .' ����� ��  ��� -'->-���.  ���.�����-. ,r.,  -': d&y.-'i ^'"::'7s*.-**V"-"-^.^"'-^'''bC.'** 4*'*J ���-:*'.*������ ^'V* J'.-.**-*   -.' -s-^--  ,' -V:'::.--;-^ *."���������--������:���>'���������..���-  -:-' :'  - **. *f.^-r   ���������i;rf-fc..V..^rf*.  A  Page 2 The Sechelt Peninsulo Times, Wed., Oct. 7, 1964   p0R SAL��  Published Wednesdays by thc  *5cchfclt  PcninsuTQ-Timcs-. Ltd.,  ot  , Sechelt, B*C.  GroJ* Circulation, 1850 copies  Classified Advertising Rates;  ;3-Line AdBricIs 115 words)  'One Insertion  ���*",���?��  Three Insertions .. i. *''^��-  iExtro lines '5 words) ~���~-~ 1Sc  ,'Box Numbers, ���~ -25c extro  Hi poid before .publication, a dis.-  xount of 25c per AdBriel is cliow-  icd' ' Semi-Display,   Super-Display,  and-Blue Chip qfsploy  1.50 per  iocb-  Lego! NJsticia.  37c .per count Ifnb (5 tyords) first  insertion,  13c per count lino subsequent Insertions.  , Deadlines: Saturday S p.m.  *:ln thc event of] a typographical  error advertising goods or services  at a wrono price, goods .or services  moy not be sold ond the difference  charged to the newspaper. Advertising Is merely an offer, to sell/  end moy be withdrawn  ot ony_  ���Advertising is ocp5ptcdon^hc con-  ��� dition -that, Ih &��.&ven/of typo-__  _J5>ophicol-jcrrdr, ttamnpnioa of -the  advertising space isssupied by the  erroneous itcm/togetn&i' with rcos-  onoble allowance for signoturc, will  not be chorged for," but thc bolonce  of the advertiser* ent will Jie paid  __for at the Opplicobte rate.  ���A' composition ehprge is made for  ,-odvertfsing accepted ond put Into  "jprcductien, but 'cancelled before  publication. Chorige from orioinal  ,c^py when proof! is submitted to  xu*1omer Is also chargeable at on -  *h<Sjriy,jcatp, for the additional-work  . 7   '*", -*>f'e<ku\ted.  FOR RENT, Continued  MODERN  two  bedroom  home,  Mason   Uoad.   West -Sechelt.  Box m, Sechelt, B.C,   7769-44  2-UOOM    furnished    suite   on  beach at Selma kPark. Phono  885-9367.     ��� '7731-tfh  HELPWANTED   MECHANIC helper for service  station,   Steady   employment  for the right man, "Write box  7765 Secheit Times.   .   -7765-42  WORK WANTED  b��u��.  SERVICE -  Fields - -lawns - -Gardens  ROY BOLDERSON  Box 435 - Sechelt   -  B85-9530  Please  phone  evenings  only  AT SIMPKINS place.] Davis  Bay, 885-7132. 2X4 $41} M. 3'*  sheeting 565 51. Cement SI .55  sack. - Cement .gravel 51.50 yd.  Uoad-fill 9Cc yard, Drain rock  $2.50 ' yard. Soil $1.50 yard.  Small bulldozer loader,1 $6 per  hour.     ' 7771-44  EVERYTHING for thc hunter.  Rifles, ammunition, cases,  ground sheets-tarps. At Walt  Kygren Saks, Gibsons, B.C.'  Phone 8S6-1&G3. l*77G0-tfn  CEMENT, gravel fill, peat top'  soil.  Lowest possible prices,  A.  Simpkins,  Sechelt, 1885-2132.  7756-42  times  WATEfl SURVE  SERVICES  Complete Wafer System Service  L. C. EMERSON    \ \  Seehelt 885-9510  insured Blasting  GUN BOAT BAY  Float Romp and  _.  Approach      ���  Building Contractor  Phone 833-2324  l,30O FOWL���live���50 cents ca. \  Dressed, 51 each,-Offer good 7  for j^weeks -only. Phone 885-  2048, evenings only, ,      9845-42  FOR   "LETTERHEADS,   envel-  opes,    statements,    invoices  and   all   commercial  printing,  .contact 'the "Times  office   at  88S-3G54. -tftf  Frank E. Decker  OPTOMETRIST  Bol | Block"  Gibsons  Every Wednesday  ���for. .appointment  ^86-2166  9669  USED ^automatic washer'S39.95,  used .annex  -heater ,$20.00,  ,uscd,   a.eClaty    'refrigerator  *$G9;93, -usid "Norge -electric range $89.00, steel *full_ size jfacd-|  slead.SlO.80, new .54" box spring  and   mattress ,198.97.   See;the  new "Trendline" Tappan "Ranges -now tin -display.  Parkers  'Hardware; Ltd, Jiarshall-Wclls  -Store, Se^Clt, 3J.C.       ,7704-42  Phono Secliclt 885  PENINSULA^  BUILDING SUPPLY  "The House! With "A Heart"  E. J. Caldwell) Prop/ etor  Box 97~-fSechelt BX.  TINGLEYS  HI-HEAT  SALES ond SERVICE  for oil your heating  requirements  Oil Co.'s Finance Plans  C. E. (Cal) Tlngley  Box No. 417, Sechelt  885-9636 ��� 885-9332  9722 tfn  Port Mellon news  REAL ESTATE.  Scows ��� !�����<*  SECHELT TOWJNG  &ZSA&MS��X��U>.  iHeavy^utPhwntl loving  ���    SFEojg Towing  tIa,Zhjgg$  j"JxoneS85^4425%��'  STUCC0ING-PLASTER,N6  (GYPROC JOiNll FILLING  CEMENT WORK  by  N. SCHOENEWOLF  Phono 886-2862  ?&  LOT for sale, ~%\,TQfrAC\etived  _ corner view lot at Davis Bay.  "Across from playground. A.  Simpkins, Box 389r Sechelt,. B.  C.  Phone:885-2132.   '     D&i3-41  i        ���   Sub-efiptlen Rates:  .10c per copy, 50c per-month (fay  cofrie4; $5.00 per yeor, in  advance.  Card   of   Thanks, i Engagements,  Dcoihs, Births, InjMemoriam, Com-  ���oq Evenly, Etc. Per insertion,.iup to  *?0  word,)   * 1.2S;^xiM*4&lfjjg\Q'i* -  AUTOS & TRUCKS  1950 PONTIAC, good condition,  radio, ��aK>,  cash,  88G-98S8.  ���    D853-42  -rby J. Moore  A MEETING ��1ll be held at  &:W Wcdne*sd,ay, Oct. 7 in  Thir Port j Mellon Community  Church Hall to .organize a~Hos-  pital Group. With the hospital  f ncaring completion , everyone  'i who is -interested | in ihis, group'  are asked to attend.  �� ���^The finest ti  FLOWERS  For Aljl Occostioilis  ELDREDS feLOWEIL]SHOP  Cowrie Street, Scepc'*  * fh-mt-Wl&lPitr'-Jtl  CUNNINGHAM  AMBULANCE SERVICE  HAIFMOONBAY  Emergency and rion Emergency .  .collar Special   rotes   fo^-O.A.P.  Qualified personnel  24 HOUR SERVICE  Phone 885-9927  .\-  \  o  TELEVISION r  SALES !&5ER>'ICE  ���^-.-i- hiiu cts��iNta  ���^  publication.  COMING EVENTS:  FALL  BAZAAR   Sunshine   Re-  .hekah Lodge'  82. Fall,Bazaar  to be held in the Hospital Cot  tage, .Sechelt,  a.m.-4 p.m.  October-22,   11  7766-44  IN MEMORIAM  CARD OF THANKS  WE WISH to thlmk our kind  friends and neighbours for  their Jacts of love and sympathy  during the illness and- loss of  our dear "husband and brother,  f,tf. Harry Clark, Special  thanks to Drs, Swan, Paetkau,  fnglis and - Hobson, the nurses  of. St. Mary's . Hdspital, Mr.  Harvey and the Rev. Dr, -R. R.  Morrison,  ���Mrs, .H. Clark and family  of Wilson Creek, 6925-42  28'   GILLNETTER���10-14-East*  hope engine, $550 cash. ^883-  2336.       ,- s77(58-42.  18* CLINKER boat���equipped  with head, two outboard*motors, life jackets, oars, anchor,  ���bumpers, etc. May be seen -at  JDoug's Boat Sales, :North -Vancouver. No-reasonable offer refused. -     .7772-143.  BRIDGE  CLUB  The   Peninsula   Bridge   Club  -met on Monday, Sept 28���,in the ociiabi p   PRO/UpT  Hall with IC members, present.  Thc club -plans .to'.hold'-a .meeting every two weeks, pne in  Giljsons, .the next one ��� in Port  -^Mellon. Due Jo. the, .TbSflksgiv.  ing holiday-falling'on the 12th  there will be.no>meeting till thc  28th of-Oct. This will  RICHTtKS   11. V.  & RADIO LTD.  Sechelt, B.C. - Ph. 885-9777  * 4  CHAIN SAW CENTRE  Wilson Creek  be Rub=    Deolers for  P.M. ConAdicn,  Mc-  Culloch and Homelitc Chain Saws  ���'Complete stock-of-al -models  *>    *1?arts ond^repair service,  1  Telephone 885-2228  ���JHORNE Duncan���Oct. 0, 1963.  So.jteach us���to number our  Uays |, , . Tb^t; we may apply  oar 1 hearts . unto wiKdom"������  psalm 90:12.        t  Gone to a Sappier hunting  ground. Sadly missed by Luel-  la, "Wendy, Glepna, Roger.  6924-42  -WE ARE AGENTS  FOR     ':  "I i\  i CENTRE  of WINNIPEG  WRITE OR PHONE US  YOUR ORDER  FOR ANY OF THEIR  HEALTH SUPPLIES  WE PAY POSTAGE  SANpS SHOP  ���v 4794 Joyce Avenue,  POWELL RIVER, B.C.  Phone 485-5550 '  Phone 885-2062  LTD.  Electrical Contrnttors . -  Appliances - Electric Heof-  Phone .885-2062  ber Bridge and will be held in  the St. Bartholomew's Parish  Hall.  The Brownies and. Guides of  Port_Mellon held a tea,in the  ���church hall to ^present Mrs. J.  Serafin with a 'gift in appreciation -of her --workxas president * SIM ELECTRIC  of the LA to the Guide's and  Brownies. They ralso fircsentcd  -Laurie and .Rennie Serafin with  & gift as the Sarafin family  are leaving Po'rt Mellon.  The -.Brownies and -Guides are  planning _a -bake sale -and coffee party. The-date -will bc set  later.     '  -  Mrs. tP, Burdett was choSen  president.of the LA and Mrs.  --K, Gailier as-secretary-treasurer.  Brown Owl Mrs, D. Dunham,  Tawny Owl_Mrs. J. Willis;  Captain Mrs, W, Flockhart and  Lieu^-MrST.B. Littlejohn spent  -ibgweekend at Wilson-Creek at  a training* session oh Brownie  -and Guide training.  TREE FALLING  TOPPING OR REMOVING  tOVi^R LIMBS FOR VIEW.  Insured work from Po t Mellon  to Pender Horb ��u'r  Phone 886-9946. _b  MARVEN VOlEN  SWANSON BROS.  Septic Tonftf ond Droit* Fields  PERSONAL  PLUMBKMfL repairs ami-installations. Agent, for Stihl power  sasvs. Tillicum Plumbing, Box  t. Phone 885-2055,  G949-tfn  Sechel  RENT  BEDROOM.^furnished house  on   waterfront���No   children.  Gordon & Kennet, Sechelt, B.C,  -Phone 885"-2013. 7767-42  SMALL office in Sechelt available shortly $25 monthly. Apply box 381 Seichelt Times.  9820-tfn  2 NEW SUBDIVISIONS  Earls Cove Subdivision ��� adjacent to..EarlsCove'  ferry terminal on the Sunshine Coast Highway.  -    Also - LARGE VIEW LOTS-  Madeira Park Subdivision ��� overlooking  Pender  Harbour and Gulf ^��� 10% down ��� easy terms"  on balance. Discount for cash,  FOR SALE BY OWNER  O. SLADEY~^ Madeira ;Park, B.C.  Phono 883-2233, or phone North Vancouver  985-4934    ,  Backhoe ond Fron} End  . Loader Workji  Screened Cement Gravel  Fill and Road Gravel;  ���"hone 885-9646 I  Bu��H72-Seehelt  FIREPLACES  .\*t  >LANT*2^*V    . ���%*  FOUNDATIONS  WALLS  A.-SIMPKINS-S85-2132T  SHERIDAN T.V. .  Soles and Service  -i.'  RADIO ��� APPLIANCES  Phone 885-9605  H. 6. GORDON ^  ~      KENNETT LTD.  -Real Estate and  Insurance���  Phones:  085-2013, 886-2191  " i " ���  NICHOLSON'S T.V. &  ELECTRONIC SERVICE  . N6w supplying  The Sumhino Coast  with a 24 honr Service,  Phone 885-9566  All work fully guaranteed.  MORE ABOUT ...  Breakwater ,  from page "1**=���  botlt refuge harbor at Sechelt,  B.C. ���r-  "Cohting only about I percent  of Qmada's pavilion at~EXPO  67, it is one of the vital "slep-  -ping stonesj" necessary for the z  expansion of small boat tourism ,upcoast from Vancouver."  -,is  it:.:*  M  4rv.---r ;        j ; *p  ~]The X ��� ,  AngliwnZChurch  j  Z~Vf CANADA  ��e|ctor RcK|___a?ics BbFcrgusson, B.A., L.th.  - '  j.. Phone 885-9793 |  Anglicon Church Services for Sunday, Oct. 1 li '64  HILDA'S - SECHELT f  Mornirlig Prayer���-1T:0CT a.m. i  EGMONT ��� ��� Evening Proyef ��� 3:00 pm.  MA6I1RA PARK ��� Evening Prayer ��� 7:30*p.m7  H��'"l��W  WVi'M'iniiu i.n.'f<Wu  ���.wuV:.''. Ji.  W  i^^^ffwi^���ht���*^wjmi|i iijifi fwfawrtwywjj    ii^pWff **-gw. m  ?>mz <����Wt^Uoiw*��^-,^��.  ���-    "*-*���      -��*- ���  '.  ���a  ,5  Li  ������ h  I'  L  AirborneTV  PROJECT ENGINEER Christopher. WHson, of the Cana^  dian Armament Research and Development Estab-  ,   lishment, Valcartier, P.Q., demonstrates the lightness of  : the airborne component of the periscbpterbabDRB-de-  signcd surveillance device. A'winch on the7eontroI: veb  i hide stores Uie tethering cable and permits raising and  i lowering of the airborne components. "    ���".���"-;. *":���_"  j.Combination helicopter i.. l   _, ~  lelence research hocM  - ��� '.-* '  ^ pf^CPlI -jfT"n**  tests ilying television  A FLYING television set designed to view enemy-held  terrain is now- undergoing feasibility tests with the  , Defence Research Board. Called a "periscopterr^b^ its  3DRB inventors at the Canadian ^Armament Research and  Development Establishment (CARDE}, Valcartier, P;Q.,  '   the device resembles a combination of a-periscope and  a helicopter. ~~ ������-*-+-<,.^'7.'b. a^XZ  The new���surveillance device    system will be u&er daylight.  which could  be operated from     conditions ���altfiougir- CARDE*s  "h. vehicle -such- as thc military scientist* are hopeful that im-  personnel carrier, is controlled provements in the system will  from the ground by a -coaxial  cable 'containing - .power "and  pther electrical lines. A' 4*-i* ft.  - Helicopter type rotor is used to"constructed and its simpilcity-  lift the television camera into will require only ^single op-  the air. Thii airborne elements erator who will require no spe-  weigh 50 pounds and the sys- * cial skills. Its small size would  tern complete is about 500 make if^i difficult target for  pounds.    _- . ~thg~enemy if it were detected.  -Designed to provide forward .    In addition to its^?ability to  troops of battalion and smeller monitor  enemy  actios  and" to  units with, a clear view of the assist   supporting   ground- fire7  ground    ahead   for   relatively to select targets ;the periscop-  long- ranges,   the   pcriscopter ter��� may*.alar be uscfuL hi cpn-  "should also'help to .improve the trolling .-anti-tank; missiles "to  performance of supporting w;ea- their targets Its" potential also  _pon    systems.    By    providing embraces early warningof slow  Programme  plans for i  nigh! school  ^  BOARD   cf  school   trustees   ��  interested-in  increasing   the  ���night  school   program  for the  -^1964-65 season^ extent of which  will be decided according to response of the public.  Also   under  consideration   _s~  the  possiHlity-ef providing  a.  supervisor-instructor   for   those  taking" "academic-  courses   by  correspondence, this again will  depend upon response.   7  ~Tn order to prepare a  suit-^  able program, the trustees have  prepared   an advance request  for both students  a^d instructors, details of which- will Ik  found within the pagss cf this  'newspaper .together    with,    a  tear-out form  Local teachers at \  Powell River meet  HELD   reeentiy  in  the  J.   P.  Dalfos elementary schaoL  PoweH River, was a Ttfadiergar-  ten workshopi Attesting from  the Sechelt area were; Mr. W.  Reid. principal of Secheit elementary!" Mrs, J7 Hartje, Grade  1; and Sirs. J. Hall, kindergarten. Miss S. Holraan attended  from G 1 U s o n 's Elementary -  School. t- "~  Speakers -were Mr. Gordon  iohDid", -superintendent of -  School. District No. 7*6}. Mrs.  Borden and Mrs, Sfarturfrora  the UBC study centre. The  meeting which proved: most inform afive^jvas sponsored by  the Powell River school hoard .  and the Poweil River Teachers*  Association.       \ __'  iTopics discussed were:  How  can^parcnis Thelp .tha kinder-M  gartea; program.* The .nature cf-'  the Tkindergertcn child.   Curricula   and   mithods-Ho   kinder-"  garteh. Waysin^wbieh. kindergarten   prepares   pupils   for  Grade 1.  The Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wed., Oct. 1, 1964 Page 3  !A BALLET  * _ "���""-:  I      Royal Academy of '  ) ��� Dancing Syllabus  f -   ;      ANNE GORDON  I  Charter Mefnber C.D.T.A. E.G. Srzrkh  j      GIBSONS ^THURSDAYS  I     "- Legiett Hoil  WILSON CREEK -WEDNESDAYS  j -      Cammaaity HzU  AssistantTeccher Penny Lea Davis  5      Phone Mrs. W. Dcv h SS6-2S09 er  !     cr Mrs. Fecmfey 855-22*4 er wnre  '  " Ycncacvet 15, BC  ���'  J'-:  I       Sechelt School District N��r��4ll-  Gibscns, B.C. ! Scpferti|er 29, T964  UGHTSCHOOt  allow~it va "see"  at night as  well;       b .     ~7r=  -The   periscopter" is   ruggedly  dear coverage of most types  of terrain, corrections to "firing orders could be given when  needed.  speed,   low-flying   aircraft.  *^A_Jireadr board*! model: ot  the periscopter was tested by"  Father Dun lop  NEW principal of the Sechelt -Indian residential-^  school. Father Dunlop. was  previously at Kamloops  where he had held-a simj^  lar position for the past  six years. His brother was  well-known in Sec belt  when he was in charge of  the / school: from 1945. "to  1950. ���'*:. ���  ' I       The Board of Schocl Trustees cf District No. 46  Jis interested in meting crrcngenrients-Jcr en enlarged  iNight School Programme for the secscfi 1964-65.  I    -  -Where instructors end pupils ere <irasicfafe Aco-  -IdemTc, Vccoticnol ^end rKn-YoccTicnoH subjects >*"'!  j^" offered- In cddtticn, the Bocrd is =cdisidertng the  ssuggesficri of providing "c sjpervtKK-fistructor  fcr  fpersens taking aciidemic courses by correspondence.  lHawever, the^extertt of our MIght~Schoof Progrcn-re  Jwill depend entirely en the response of yf u. the pec&e ���  "|of the cfemmunity folhis cdvence nequesr for sfude-m -.  Icrrf instructors.  ���   ] . J  I This retjuest for instructors h r>ck. coc&rcC; tp  ' |professloml' "flechf rs^eople v��ho: ore- qucttfiec ���-��.'/  1 training^r^jqjerience in ether "subiects 6re d^io ccfied  faporr to take port in the Night School Prc-grcrr.me.  1 Instructors are now^Gvcilcble for Art Courses ct Eiphir.-  fstone end Pender; Hsrbciir Secctic.^r-/j Schodi wr**.  iPh&iogrcph.y ct P.phmstzne.   ' ;-'  j ���    A form is provided -below for the cbnveni'enoe cf'  fper^ons wishing ter take part, either ai instructc c  jpupil. If you ere interested D<rease-fcrvtc<~d the i^rr*\-  .fttrthe ScFraol Boarrf.Offtcs, Bex 220, GifeleM; B C;��*  |socn cs possible. "        ~ . J-     .        . 7.  ]name*'____ L;._��_ * ! b.._������ _  1ADDRESS ���  IPHONE   1TEACH ER Z-  PUP1L!   tSUBJECTS 2.  I REMARKS  THE BOARD OP= SCHOOI. TRtSTE��Sr _  School District No. 46 CSecfaelf) j  Box 220, Gibsons, B.C.     __- i  W^^^^KBS^^k  .Through    its.   closed    circuit CAHDE^thts__sprmg  t^f ensure  tolevision" system,    the    peri- sd(*htific feasibility of |he pro-  scopter is designed to give a ject during, the pre-dev^opnient  3G0-degree   instantaneous- look ^^. Another xnodeltis rio^r  at the enemy s movements and��� ** -.-_  .      -    ;,    .-  equipment. 'unde]r. construction for; further  Initial    employment   of   the and more axacting*~txials-"..  X ^     MALL - METAL  I"' "   '������'    ;  1   Genera! Sheet Mefal   |  S "���-*-   ��� -   7 ��� S  1  HEAT1HS - OOMESffC  f  ��   COMMERCIAL - INDUSTRIAL   |  PMOP4E 8S5-2S0S  l  tsmmm/mrmmmmffm/mJWffmfimmfrmimMti*  ECHELT  PORPOISE BAY  (Sgchelt); e.C.  Mm Chaziez &? AizozzlZ F.^aMenance  Fishing  Hunting  Freight  Air Taxi  Contract Flying  Sightseeing Tours  Timber Cruising  'Air Ambulance  PHOtiE :SGCHB^ S85��9506 !aWS ��$W PlllSHT  :&  ft  -j.  *r  \  4.  t '  r-  I*i  '���ft  i-  v  m ^������..,,.,-:?-.^,y^-^  X.4i.-.^.'tf.e-r^'^-;,^hfe "ii- -i - r-r-.-- ���  ' ������ *��� ���������"'" '  1 -. ~~! . I   .  8ft  >> ���; i-j ���  XV ���!--=��� r  _ SeS&EIT REanNSULA^����*  _j I 1     '      .   - iWednesdayrOctober 7,1964 ���  [artist  [ff��fi?  Progress  Shmw Mlzzf  (Londoit Freu Press)  77ie Bomb   I  ���byVccLobb  Awed, looking in hqrror  On his creation,   '  Brain  Child, Out of Science^  By cunning, *;."  -Sporcd, splitting the Atom,  Man reels at results: 7  The Atom turned Manster;    f  huge, ��� stunning! vj  ANY lingering dotibts that pro-  ���EL *��� ^"p* ."*"**         ��*^ fessional baseball is primar-  jFORTUNES are being continually rtiade and lost    average shopper, store entrance doors provide a {,�� ^spelled U>y  -he purchase All down through the Ages  }n the [unending battle to make life a little    perpetual battle of wits with the cards stacked in pf the New York Yankees by Vain-glorious men  easier with Mechanical contrivances and ingenious   faypm-of the doors.      - the     Columbia     Broadcasting Dreamed of ruling Earth,  devises, whjch although accomplishing the pur- No two pairs of doors are- alike,., one side system. I Heaven, and Hell  Sponsors one ��ach vaunting its strength, ���  pitch. I        - ^ '.���.,..���'.-���#:����    p^..L~i\���\h���nther monstrosity which proves ��,stas thebnetw-J  i -^ pulling ana pusmiig ���� o^,...w  ,  The simple door for example, the operation a^ tltfncd to the other monstrosity which proves r?0^r*w ���^k;i�� b^u va  of which, m happy days gone by, simply necessi- to read pull after a ntimber of pushes prove to no.'g^vJn"'S jSfpSr  .,������, nrwrru ���������;i    others  reouirie   for  more   than  average . of   course! the  ;r a number of pushes prove to no Sull}vjm 0r Jack Paar. Man noW holds ;��� his hands,.,  ttt^nx&^ttAt^jtf" ��g.jg ^isife^ ^^m��z  tated the tuijntng oi a snuu, is ny�� �����j -r .........  date item of equipment requiring no more than a strength to force an entry, consequently tne un- implications -reiauy^-.w *<., ��� ***  built-'m X-Rtay vision to ensure the; most simple fortunate shopper who has recently has to exert evision and the questions about Deadly weapon, where'er it  of operation! . 4 great "strength in ord^r to enter a building,, takes monopoly7 control-.of the sports     should fall; Z  .^.^  -    Generally spejaking, these doors of today are a vigorous heave on1 the next meeting with our industry. To the sports loving Nature's 'seeks unlocked^  far more popular in places of business usually modern aid, only to fall flat on the floor when P��blk this 7maj' or may not By Ma0j pLy'mg cod;  coming "��" fa��� knd popularly referred to as discovering too late the_doors open almost with ^���!*^��� a"t,-i?,Uik!�����u��Te^ U��*d in wk&om. 'twould ftne-  "swingdoorst.      [    \ / -. ^ ahea^hrelathb ���.'���;��� .        *���"*   ScS^dfSnS^cS    fit AIL  '��� ��� ;   Unforuinatel>1 there is at least one snag! One There. are many of these ridiculous swing cje& : Two Goliathv ��,t;md. tense,  has to either pull or push and althou^i it is quite doors in every community, products of scientific-.'   Representative     Emmanuel Each holding great Vower,  customary-to find simple instructions jn a reason- accomplishment, with advantages difficult to ap- Celler, chairman I of the judic- lhe i.mall Davids in fear, look-  '      *   ���'���'���  "����� *XL ArsesrK   thev precialc. Decadent though it might be, Jtfe would iary and afiti4ru; -  * ��� *   - ������ ���*��.-. f,��u of the VH House  las to either pull or push ana aiinoujjii n-u Mw..�� ���..-  ftstomary to find simple instructions jn a reason- accomplishment, with advantages diuicuu to ap- whh, vh��..,..��.. ,~ .,- ......  ibly predominenf position on tb| doors, they precialc. Decadent though it might be, Jife would iary and a?iti4n?:t committees     ingon;  ;eldom follow through. The variation in opera- be infinitely easier if we could but return to a few of the UH ilouse of Represent-     rhCArcnaI  ���- =..:_ #������, .,.^^���7iniis5 so much so that to the ,of our obsolesent methods of living, atives, sa^; toe deal^appears NoM^jt but K  ��� !���   ��� -'   -x .    ���.   " - '" -..-. ._._i:J���,,,4   '"������*      " The great hsn  Sfiisaday EittertaiiiiMeiit  -    L. .  municipaniic�� anu..nu��b.. ~, ��� ,_  cannot yet have Sunday entertainment, either by  7 their jown legislation or by Victoria legislation;  A the latter has the final control over all municipal,  : | village arid unorganized territory actions.  ' Victoria is: saying that there are two kinds of  citizens���-at least���in British Columbia. One kind  atives,   sa-jjj. uie j ��>.-��, ����������--���- Nought but Kcison can vtay  to create problems undsr ths ���,, ;���       - .     ,     .. .    a  federal anti4ruM act. ltef **? h���^ *,uc �� ��*  He   raises   the   point   about     dwchiiys Hw Bomb!  vertical aequisiticn of a major  ��"������;���-���j j ^ill'XZ!ZZZZZ^XX>Af "ttX   them to remain as laws , . .and thenjconsistently j.1^' 'TX'rJt in imo  .residents and that even the promoters of the       , fls-      tl  breaV .hem _��� ' "�� to fag in Imo���  legisliitton "did ndtwantwdc-opeh Sundays.! and flagrantly break, them  k-, ">��-^��j    ���    .u^L.^.fe-,^   nr,A 'SnMiii* People m the plus-fortv growp have some  , ,.-   ������,....  W^^IBSB&MSP   knowied^ and recollection ot��{his ridiculous Cf^S^e  "O^^.^S^^^S^iSS;   shuatiori developed in the years since the First ZtfX?  .-. -.w S.mdnv entertainment, either by   ^ md ^^ Tegard 4 whole lh5ng wilh WfTeS  tired amusement. (The Observer, London)  But how ^an they explain it, clearly and inr A^IONd   Britiin  telligently, to young, people, without tacitly im-    Vble ji'nheritan- ...  plying: "Don't do as we do . I. do as we say"?     .nineteenth century was one of  "     _.---���''  the best and one of the cheap- ^.  ��� _��- est postal systems in the world.     > i  x^,^,   A _���  ��WS* Now,   rising   labor, costs   and ����/. '^*      *  b.   '��� -��� ���    , scarcity   oi   manpower   in   the   rt IWtl   jfOUlCOttW  WHAT follows \s not a new topic, but it crops"-up    doning to a certain degree the breaking of laws, big  cities  are   destroying this   vt���Mi0   a ������*  Xo often in newspaper work���in big cities    Publicity is considered part of the punishment for inheritance! of an efficient ser- nvtnv Signal  '...._�� *^..L* .>i;t��__��har a little reminder is    misdeameanours���not by us, but by law enforce- vice The time Has c��me fo ask The- hills are waiting to wcl.  - - - ' whether   all   the   "���"-"�����   -"-"  Now They flinch; now They,  hedge:  Now in fear, play for Time;  Neither, willing to give nor to  .   bend; 7  E.ach knowing one slip  ,.,   most   yahi- Means Disaster focJWl!  j:es   from    the Woe! Should Reason succumb  In the end! ���;  �� Naines' ih, in��  -^�� tZZ S!S7torc��S1s   misdeamcanours-not by us, but by law enforce- ^p- --^--^  ana small towns alike���tlja^a imic ment officials.- really necessary-for example, T(v lhcir a���d. healing  Our policy is, we believe, well known now, couid not postmen leave mail     ;^cacc j  Names can be omitted from7a story when publi- m a box ��<,J^ f^ g*^ When ^a come back to your  ^^��j.*nrt tn o, formal statement from a or in the entrance looby oi a -   , _ y   *  cation, accord ng yto a ^^f'^^^E^^jj.t,^^^ block of f^ots. as^ In America?     home ^ga.n ��  physician,  will  adversely  affect tne wen oemg    Mon?ov J    lhl   Post   office vvhen the;bounds of war drums  and health of an immediate relative. I hey are also ^^ make ^r       eftarts in     cease   j  omitted when a fine is less than S50, since that applying   technctegy   to   com^f  amount is the dividing line between civil and munjcations. Orie of the most An<] your cars will'-soon forget  criminal offences, broadly speaking. urgent  tasks  ij bringing  Bri-. ;lhe ro:)r!  Finally, we would add one moroobser^tion *��$" f^ghSe^SSi at <* ^^ ��- 6j��^ ���*����;  to indicate that we are not inhumanly callous. leasty^s geod J|S that now en- when you come back to_your  We have invariably found that concise,-accurate ioved  by'the  Americans,   the    ;home again       ,  reoortine of incidents such as we are discussing Canadians, or the Swiss. And the land you loved so well,  is fax more desirable than any attempts to husb     (.Note:   In  Britain,  telephone  _i>.i<u_iiiyi>-   v .j/-   __..; u-.���u   :* services-are owlned and opcrat-  Urails once more;  vaich a sunset fade ��  holocaust across the  necessary every once in arwhile.  ^We^r'e speaking of people who would like  to control the news; people  who don't mind  -^seeing controversial articles so^long as they concern anyone else but'therm  But when these same people get ''pinehed"  in court, they immediately plead, cajole; demand  and even resort tp bribes, just to have their names  kept out of print, - ���  ���Funny, parti is that even the most estimable  citizens tend/It** forget that one of our most  esteemed freedoms is freedom of the press  PX&S  ,V.9-i..-*j  5*W** :���&  . IH>, ...-I-. '  {."���;,-��.;���.;,  ?*.$A<-iib\  )  you don't want it published, don't let it happen.  Now, lest i this appear to be a holier-than-  thou- attitude,.let us also point oi^t that we are  hot inscntitive7to the predicaments which occur.  When we hear pleas lo "leave my name out of  the paper" believe us, we feel every ounce of  compassion, every flick of sympathy, that is natural and human.  F But we have to remember that we have a  policy of printing the news, and hence we cannot  \ make fish out of one, fowl of another. We cannot  print a few names and not allj! if we were to print  sa��  . food for thought  ����  Bh B.C.'s Sijnshine Coast  A-     7 f I"-,'  Sechelt Pcniniula Times Ltd.  Box 381 -pcchclt. B.C.  Leo Aikman: Tbe 'lucky fellow today is the opti�� .  mist wholauilt a two-iar garage in 1929 and now |  finds it just fits his 1964 model. .. *  God, not man, has made.  "** -:  j You can walk along a peaceful  i shore ~T  _ Where thc waves with quiet  j   ; hands  t Will wash^iway those night-  Servims the area from      _: \   ; mare dreams  ��� . ���'���*  a*     i* I m~.        ���- 1  ,^-b.   i  ; >      3  &x ���  print a f��iw inames and not all;,! if we were to print Turkish saying: The firstTdrink makes you a play- t  no namc��.at all, we would not be doing OUt job    fu! gazelle, the- sccjond a dashing zebrarthe third a |  ���*.*-,* -��,���..^^���J��� ���nA ������> ,..^,,,1,1 yn fa/>t lv�� e/wi-     roarim? lion. and_t|ie fourth._a.silly jackass again��=.    J���  ���i~*^*rir*tf  ***** ****,���+  i^v.**  PorXMetk n to Egmom  'Howe Sount' to Jervis Inlet)  Douglas G. Vheeler, Editor  SBAfkgcrd, Publisher  Subscription Rates:  tin advance)  1 Year. S51-2 Ycars^Sg^  3 YcbrsS13  \ fhft you had of other lands."  ft.  �� AiW soon you'll feel at ease  *   7 again,  * And things won'i seem so  :  strange.  For nations can fight and-starve  and die,  no mimeU all, we would not bc doing our! job   M gallic, the ^ **^*" \!J*< ^ a \   ^V^and Foreign S5so   ^j>iWjtej^^.^cttil8a.  as ;a newspaper and we; would ih fact���be con-    roaringJion.;amLthe fourth a.*'��y J.��*** ^"*-   ,^^*******.,********.*******y^ ������- #  tA y*mssmm  *&;i\  PJSHMRS*1  *&V*  ���Vrt-ff  mvM��&h%*Uw^y?A f  ��� r   . *.-  *���_ ---;���;��-*.  .' ���**  *.--���  -   Mine hosts.  AN EXPERIENCED-cook, of some VT-.years in the-business, Mac MacKenzieandihiy wife Dot. who'has alar-  had extensive experience in the-catering:linewhave taken,  over the- Madeira Park* Cafe and already have made a  name for the cafe as. a good place to eat. Prior to taking  ^up residence in the district, Mac and Dot operated a  ! truckers cafe in Lytton; . .  less responsibility. And partly,  ify because- <&~ the excitement  of the. "game**"���along: witlr: the  worry, tfaecer are Iiughs - as  welt- But' mostly, it*s became  of the challenger the- challenge  ot beings in- faisinrgs and_stay~  ing Iff business im a; growing,  developing anumnmtg:-  ���The chslleng&- a�� knowing  that if you succe��t othar businesses will come M&> tfie area,  and stilt otters n__t_Ithe wbole-  conununity:_-yuS* b& fetter served^ bettor developed, a red  more prosperous.,     = "*...-_   ~ "  ���The challenge  of  knowing;  that not only cair yosr peigb-  bors deal^ well and. safely wilh-  you���they cair deal better1 with---  -you dollars-and-cents-wbcthan:;  they carr anywhere eise^      i  ���And. the* challenge* c�� kndw-~  ing that many oT yens- neighbors stilt do, rait know, tins. So  you simply tunrerto wait. 7  _ ���And7 die- a little- for a> ccsi-  ple at ^day^7 eacit yean Bof  there is sfEtTtfcar old, earror art  the sticfc hanging jpst beyond  your nose: ThercmshrtumAhst,  because of the automobile, faotfr  you. and your, neighbors may  all do a little more living and  .3. little better living, too...  Tlte Sechelf- Peninsula TTmes; Wed:, Oct". T, 19&& Page 5"  MB&RZaimouxic& * + .  swisws  MacMILLAX;. BLQDEL ami Powell Rive* Limited will  I proeeecLwitb: theimstallation of a. new newsprint ma-  dni^j.one of the-two-; largest ever built it! was announced  today* bjr tbe Honorable J. V. Clyne, chairman, of tb��-  bdard and chief executive officer" I  _  Engineering; ia connection  wi2r the project is nowf underway and tbe target for^siair-up:  oftthe- new madnoe Is jVX&G&y  _saM73Cc Gynei <   "  The expansion, wifl. create 320  permanent neat; jobs itt rsems~  prfctr and: associated logging:  operations. azsL some U30G con-  stmctkm- workers- vrSL be* cm���  played.  __  Mr. dyse-saidrthe; new ai-  chine will have a design sped  of I3,0��t feet zperz mr'naiff  , At the presets time not eeci-  sidn. has- beer made 'zsr to the.  precise-location, of the machine  in: the esaipaEy*s operations,    j'  Mr. Clyse said the growsc cf  nekispiint demand by psrsret  enxtrrvrrs c�� JMR&Pg. wrajrsstf  ed this mcjcr addition ta. tfc*  company's "newspruO: capsc'tyf  The one .2S$4sch machine will  have capacity of 150.000 to&s.  .per'yean      b  fhe first pkssesger fSgLl td  the moos. gets-.nearer and nsssrf  er,- .JCow ih&m'i a trip v4  wouldn't take without nscrv?  atiocts.      ..  ; f |  Pro-file  SpecMteervicebtMeZuifcfrM&t^  ���by* Eari Dave  THE BALLROOM sparkles. There are beautiful womeir  in jewels and expensive fashions���-men in formal  dress^An air of festivity everywhere. What is this;���  a-part-y for visiting?royalty? Well* not quite���bat it i& the  unveiling of the new line of automobiles:for:the current  year;  -*,"-' "-- '*. '- = f =   - Automobiles every vr h <rr tr.  Everywhere tbe^- iraprej.sion'  that, all you heed is money to-  buy right now the very automobile you happen- to desire-  ;, But you happen to know that-  this is- not quite the situation:-  you are an automobile dealer  '. trying to_get your quota." You  iarer ifor example. Ted Farewell'  of Sechelt.  .' There is an area away from  the Ballroom   where  the .gaify  if. replaced, by an atmosphere  of tension-   the  dealers,  large,  and small, trading-and bargaining    among   themselves.    It  seems   the*   everybody   has   a^  quota;    but   who   has   all   he  wants,  who has the particular  models tha: he needs,; who has -  the cars, period?  You  move dnside,  and" then,  after a  few  hours, yoa move,  qutside again, and. drive home.  You think you may have won.  But-it* wont- be until the Jelc^  phone rings tomorrow th3t yotr  c'an/Besure.' ���   "-      -   .--   ~  The  phone   rings  eventually  and yovi  learn' that you have-  some cars coming but not as  ih3ny as you hoped-, and' you  won't be able to get them for  two d3>-s past the time you Had-  hoped  for.   But   by  and -large,-  things   are   going' better   than  th^y might have been. You put-  the phone ddwir and fori moment- or* two' wonder why you*  keep on" hopping this same old-  merry-go-round year- after model-year.  The   answer   to   this   always  ]comes back; to the same thing:   -  ^Partly,   it's  money���earning a  iliving.    Bnt   there   are    better  ways  to  make a  living���ways-  with  less  worry,  less  anxiety,  Centennial Commitfee~  needs  -. Y@yr^iggesti@ns i-  * Pro/ecf must be'of lasting significance  -   and provide* maximum benefits to all  ��� People of Gibsons area*     _"      .1  ** Grants available in viciniiy^f $3,000.  * Submission must be mailed or deposit-,  ed at Thriftee Store office* r x~  ���k All Suggestions must be in by Oct. 31  MY SUGGESTION-IS- r-~������ - X   -   y  If you became disabled and unable to work for a lon^  period of time |���the bills wouldn't stop coming- in._  Your family would still have to be-elothed and fed.  The mortgage,Ithe light biHrand the heating- would  have to be paid���-notr to- mention medical expenses.  ThatVwhr it'sja good idea to arrange for durability  income throagh-The Miitu&i Life.  You canTaddf disability income protection to year  present Mutual LifeHPolicy for a small additional  charge ��� orjnclude it with a new plan. Then if,  through sickness or accident you.were unable to work  fora certain length, of time ��� Mutual Life would pay  you a^monthly income. (It would begin after a three  'or six; month I waiting period depending on your  choice). And, what's more^ Mutual Life would pay  .your premiums a5"welL.            \ X .    -  7Your ifutual Life representative will be happj-to  discuss disability income prxitection with yoti at any  time. Why not call him today; or'?impIy complete and  mail the coupon for moreinformation.  X-i  :  ^{  ; .-,��:,"��.a:,  *--;���-���* ;;���  rn:.; ���;  ���X%z:  ���������i  7  * t  *-.  r* �����     ^  ftp.  ;J-fX  x-x.r  i ���* ;ir.  "���>;**"������  ��� ;���;:".  ' ���* *:,���������  i, *;-;.���  ���: -.***;-'  -'���*"���* {'  . ;;  *��� ��,v  ���yav  - <  _    <,  t  �����������  I  I  I  !': HTFl'Tlie Mutual IJfe!  ASSURANCE COMPANY: OF CANADA |  HEAD OFFICS:>'ATERKK>,OXTAJUO/ESTABIiSHEn ISC3 *  IcsiiiiteTrsXedidDwbiIity-rr.aFr^.Pi~=t*i^-�� *  *^^0U^ycaReceiceReguLzrlitce^eIfDifGile���rr I*  SA3TE  STB������-  I  crrr-  _^__ PFU3V1SCS-  m: t*fC  \  REPRESENTATIVES;  HICICD.TH1ESEH,  7Q��8_AIienii St, P��w��B Birer, B.C.  \FSicn��485-63S67  PAVLHWniB,    j_7_  " 3fiO-��75 .We &fe����, Ye*csa*erf E.C  -yhc��* R��. CIL g-��I37 - Ear. MU. 3-4SSS  fi-  Va  %  * ?    -��� Mm i niMQ-ii���i���i���i���m 1 1   rrT.'^'j .;���-���. >", .L-Lr".;..,-'"vi tvi""! T-.'r'.'^IWi","  -v;; "*; ;7*-*:.;-     ���       :.      - at. , i ... -.     -���   -.* ���.��� ,. ,*.  .  "I   ,.  C  ' ---..'   I.' ^rr~  ������*.&  ���' X-.'X-"Z' *   i*,*-"---.*-:\.'f-'.b*1-. -**r---i*-l-1V-^v-./ijV^>1' ,*;.f--.. . ���- ��  ., *.     ���.-, :, .- -.  ��� '     _*   * -   , -����^     5 i ���        -��    -     ���      ���  v i    * ��� -��'     V -���"�����' u l��f'     .   �� -    ***'  tn'i ii I   ' i     --        '         -*  ,1,'-|iMfiV-J"-->>f  '"-"--flifin    i ---   J---'-'-- * -i "j iifn"^ " "     ''^'        '   " *  -��� .��� _. .* i _#.  Prescription cost  XTM   shows s6me decline  AVERAGE pirice per prescription "hi Brjtish  Columbia   in  1963  at $3.14 .showed  a ^slight  decline from  the 1962 average  price of S3 1*, according to the  22ml   annual   survey   of; retail  phprftiacy,   ronductedby  The  Canadian? Pharmaceutical/ Association.:  Average   price   per   preKcrip-.  uada  was $3,120 in  \ -ed  with. saiifi  for  "tion for Cat  1963, com pa  19(52  Gmsg pre  552,552, but  offset by; In  %m  teami enjoyed the game whjich was all for the sport.  ���   ;.;''.  ,[     x .-   ���      ~j     n~~   ;      :        '  People] places & things  First soccer game shape J)n  thc.  waterfront   at  BRIGHT SUNSHINE prevailed for the first soccer game  ,sechelt for Mr, and Mrs. Xor-  -    of. the season, held at the Sechel|t Indian Residential   man Burley.  School. Thi Rofeerti Creek team played the Sechelt Ti-     .At   West  Sechelt,   Mr.   and  cers were trounced1 by a score of 1_S .nil. However both   Mrs. Walters have their place  * ���     r7    -  r   . i?        ���"        .;-,._,. ...__���-.�� *~_ .u��� , ���. looking  particularly  attractive.  This is the house they bought  from brother Clarke. We have  just added another cut stone  wall in the" kitchen, using some  rocks collected across-the continent by the Walters.  Mr. and Mrs.Jim Hayes'  ,��.~....  ^ new house is'getting the com-  their"way 1td*the deep" south. Michaelmas daisies and   pleted  look,  This  is  another  . .    "     3. ��� r< i.-.= _^.���:z.~ ai._   -���_j^^.     beauty, and can be seen from  Jhe highway.     - ' _      :  There are four Bantam Roosters offcrod^for free to the first  takers. Telephone number is  885-4472. . Our reader reports  that* all ! four Bantams are  tame. Anyone wanting one-of  Tinkerhell's puppies, other  than Cliff* Connor (who has put ���  in prior claim) should telephone 885-2132 This exceptional German Shepherd, who  came to us from :Mrs. Frank  Walker of West-Sechelt, is the  most  intelligent dog we  have  __'���'���; -���By Rosy ond Alex Simpkins  THE MIGRATORY birds are flocking in the trees on  their way td the deep, south. Michaelmas daisies anc*  the last'roses J>f summer are brightening the garden  The red belrries! on the American Holly and the Conton-  easters suggest that Chirstmas is not far off. ~~���-  Tinkerbell.   who   expects   her - ' ~  puppies ,>any day nmv* ha�� been   Coast  as , a  sportsm<y)^,para-  eatiffgT blackberries/ fresh, off ' dise:' To quote*. 'IMs'nar secret  Conference visit  paid by car-wash  TEENAGERS oif ;St Hilda's,  Sechelt,; worked hard over  the weekend operating i car-  wash as a fund raising project  in order that six of their members might attend the three-  day provincial Conference of  the AYPA to be held lw-Mission City, Thanksgiving weekend'Oct. 107 11, ll ..  Leaving for the confc rence ._  from St. Hildasj, Sechela are:  Valerie Swansoin, Gail Swanson, Heather . Patric, Alice  Potts, Linda' Hanson and) Leslie Cobleigh.  sfit was higher at  this increase was  i "her operating- expenses, re.ii king in a decline -  in net profit which was 2.3 per  cen ofsaies compared with the  the preceding year's 2,8 per  cent.      |  Annual; rate of<" turnover was  lower at 3.5 cwtnpared with XT.  Pharmacist in the province  dispensed iiiore prescriptions,  11,194 agaib^t 9^12. Average  receipts 'J, f r o m prescriptions  Were, $35,"2.7.7, : well ahead of  1962's $29,508. bu,t the increase  was duejtojthe greater number  of prescriptions- dispensed. Ratio of prescription, receipts to  total receipts at 21-1 per cent  were up]-from 19:8 per cent ve?  corded Ih It"  The survey also showed that  British Coliimbta's pharmacies  are a  longl way  from  the 40-  hour week  hours   weej;  worked-50.  They were open 66  ly and proprietors  lours per- week.  Highlights of  the  conference  that nature, lovfers from*'Seat-  tic and south 4ind the beauty  of  Sunshine  Coast irresistible.  'Itfs wilderness as rugged, as  primitive    and   jis    awesomely  beautiful  as any  you  will find  in America or the World. The  springboard  to  this   great   region of-fish and game, of moun-  the--.wi^r JBjritain^ ever  kootfp and  is nice  with  Hip Syrutpfor" expectant~moth-    den by-manris little more than    children.   P.S.   Tinker  had   12  200 driving miles from Seattle.  the Vines, to supplement her  two cans daily of dog" food and  other items from ithe kitchen.  Now she has switched fo; Rose  Hips and. we wonder if she  knows that they afe a wonderful source of vitamin Cr Our  small ijcy eat them! too, and we  have  very   lew   colds.   During  ers   and   children f,since   they  -were short of oranges.  In. the .vegetable kingdom,  green and red pepper are the  richest source of vitamin C.  Billy eats, these \ raw. Every/  body, especially pensioners,  should have a daily supply' of  vitamin C. In or hear the skin  of potato there is; a worthwhile  quantity of this same C. On  Mr. and Mrs. Nason's farm on  the highway at Roberts Creek  there is a huge rose shrub loaded vyith the plumpest sweetest  Rose  Hips ever.  We * noticed twice recently in  the - Va.ncouvdr Times articles  by oujr- fellow columnist kr. Ed  Green. In the Sun there has  appeared a Sunshine Coast ad  by the Ferry Authority and also a most interesting, and informative article - about smok>  ing and canning salmon by.  Mr. and Mrs. Bob Normington  of, West Sechelt. We deed more  'There is salmon fishing, as  well as the facilities for going  after them, all the way from  Gibsons on the south =to Lund  oh the north. There are also  a great^matfy^ trout-filled Jakes,  -many of them inaccessible except by air.  'With vows to return as soon  as possible to this fascinating,  vast and uncrowded country!  Anyone who has driven past  Seattle's mountain picnic  ground, which is several miles  of tables, will appreciate this  American tourist calling this  place an 'uncrowded country'.  Overcrowding is a thing  which cannot .be tolerated by  animals or birds, and apparently Uie Red Snappers of Davis  Bay felt the same way when  they-^ moved up out of their  deep water hole. So perhaps  with man, who is being pushed  (by   high   taxes)   into   apart-  4  good people) boostingpnir area/ mentsi, we may find an over-  The  printed] wordj carries  far. flow from the city coming here  ,In   the   PJowell   River   News for proper living space. .  there is a rtprint of the Seattle Another beautiful modern and  P.lX describing   the   Sunshine well insulated  home is taking  ���isaf  TWILIGHT THEATRE  Gibsons ��� Phone 886-2827  Ait evening shows;  8 p.m.  *"   Children's Motinee, Saturdoy,  2:30 p.tm.   Wednesday; Thursday, Friday, Pctober 7, 8, 9  Paul Newman - Geraldine Page  SWEfT1 BIRD OF YOUTH  _    TechnicoI<5r,_ Drama  .  RESTRICTED  Saturday, Monday, Tuesdoy, October 10, '\*\, T3  Gregory Peck  BRAVADOS  Technicolor, Outdoor Action  puppies���-six   like   herself   and  six like Luke the Collie.  We are being pigeon-holed  for our one and only copy of  the Vancouver Times. Won't  some enterprising local' merchant take care of this demand by selling the paper!  -What a wonderful think, to be  thankful for is a sweet little  baby girl. Many hands make  light work: everybody h'elping  a bit makes raising a baby a  genuine pleasure for all. According to the Vancouver paper, a man who changes a diaper is a mouse. Nothing could  be further from the truth. That  same writer probably takes a  holiday trip .and expects his  I wife to cook for him on the  way.  Baby Ann is restless in her  sleep. She is %vet.jThe room is  dark. Without a light and without waking her, the switch is  made with a few deft, movements^ and _nobody got stuck  with the- pins. Actually this a  challenge, requiring more skill  than the old trick in Scouting of lacing ones hiking boots  in.the dark. 0  This happened in the city.  There w^uflTyoung. couple who.  had a baby boy. Grandmother  and father were told to keep  hands off. The boy ��grew up,  and the teen timej came. Mother was lost and called to father for help. The father, who  had not become emotionally  close to his son; and the son  who did not respect the father  were both lost. Son is now a  beatnik, beyond control..  Sidney Kalz in McLeans poked fim^at big families. But that  poor fellow will never know  what it feels like to have a  baby girl's smile first thing  morning and night-and the  1 dear soul's arms around his  neck, or pulling jis ear.  will incl^de^ |afijHbotehanny  which wiU %Mh*"|the 5proce*etl-  . ings;. Saturday! jeyening I will  ^feature a banqiltef and djance.  There will be a '��� c<j��pduct.ed| tour  of the famous Westminster Abbey, a Roman Catholic ��� monastery of the" Bejnedictine [Fathers and a 20th j Century Mass,  presented for the first time to  a congregation at An'lican  young people. A; cjioir fro n the  ranks of the A*VfPA is being  especially trained for the occasion.       '   *   ;  Note of interest regarding the  20th Century. Fqlk Mass ik ��that  modern music vVill be introduced for the '.Commuhior Service. Music traditionally used  ���in the service was fresh- and  up-to-date when! originally composed but it i$ now felt time  to introduce 20th century music  for 20th century christians.  USE  TIMES CLASS IF ED  Chahcfe oi name  for legion J0TP  A   FULL   council   meeting   of  the . Pacific Command Royal  Canadian Legion, approved a  change ;.of name for;: Legion  S p'o r Is Activities, announced  Chairman Ron Haig teday.  I. J-Thft^kiom Sports Training  Plan" is ipofe explicit because  legion branches are (already  sponsoring jail types of sports.  It was "felt that undue:emphasis was; placed on track and  field and, tbe name '"Junior  Olympics"- and record breaking  results. :  This -wajs far from the Legion's jiriainal desire to improve genferal fitness in Canadian youth of all grades.  The appointment of Lionel  Pugh, assistant professor of  Physical Education at UBC will  ensure continued interest in thc  province-wide track and field  events, iculminating in a major  track meet.-  The Legion will now put more  effort into coach training, this  year ahd feftcourage more participation: of" legion members  - who will have an opportunity to  attend clinics and take instruction in cpaclung and officiating  in all spjorts.  CLARKE SI  PKINS INVITES YOU  To See   '.- .   ���   ��� I  RGEST SELECTION OF  CANADA'S  4-WHEEL  DRiVE'  THE VEHICLE THAT GOES ANYWHERE,  DO!-S ANYTHING  Top Quality Use! Models, both Igas and diesel  STATION WAGONS,  i  HARDTOPS,  PICKUP, CRUMMIES  $  FROM  \  ���easy terms  . . . . ail models  NEW LAND ROVERS . . . .  B.C.'s Largest Selection.  Terms tOLSult. ��� ^__ FROM  Cars and Trucks Wanted in Trade  "BUY, RENT QR LEASE A LAND ROVER"  Wfite, Wire or Telephone Collect  CLARKESlMPKItiS  999 Kingjwoy at Windsor. Vancouver TR;9.5211i-  ii ii n  ii i< i  ..,   IHH  ��� m il  ~?L  '��� *'-*. ..  ,"*'. *���:,  ii i|iy in nwj im  :h.X:*'vt>.  ��� I .j .      .f> ��� j     ;  ��� -       ���  .V   ���   A ���     .    . ��� ** *��������������� *���"��**     �����        ***���-**''��������''���"*<���  J f*ffin mi���  i    2  i ��� -  <;-'  a*.  /  __nrt^^vr^^^9H____^v��^ *^&V: "��*��"<?*��� ', *, j  .   ���-: ���?-"-'A''ll|  -. ���".lV      ������-'.  ���'" .*" ��� ?."=*'��� '-'1  . \*'/^   -..'������    " -    'J  J* i -fl.'--    -     ���  ���-��'*  The Secheit Peninsula Times, Wed., Oct. 7. 1964 Peg* 7  News from Gibsons  "IX SPITE of the very-wet day, over 20 rftembers turn*.  - Jed out to the-OAPO meeting. Nothing stops the-a  young-in-beart people, and a-very 2<xxi meeting en?ut-d.  Mr| Haley."presidenUiad attended a golden wedding-reception over at the Horseshoe Eav-Branch, given for  their treasurer. Mr. and Mrs. Rogers, s  GEid  to  see the We5  **'ods- " **"**"***"���~ '���"  <   *.T  '-  5.  /  ^-��*.   *\*-  :^x\ V.r -V b .*VV*q   A h��x ���*. . v  *%.<*  -"C' ^*- *    *" *���'- ^-j'    -'���������-���;-   i *-��� i -:���'' ** "fj  W-��. -'-''.vr-V:I*:'*" ^ X/^y> -.-'a'"-?-. ��� ���"      .'-3  ��������    *.  -      *   ��� ���      .      ��     ������ !iti   ������ j.   * - * ,  ��*���  .:5l  ,-* V l .    ���    l ��.      *       ��   , .e., , i \        .      *. * M  ������   '.     ���   -���.-���    ��� ��� -���      -;. * * j * n  son's home again after a Uiree-  moath trio to the old country  and|the continent.  Mr.   Harold   Bartic.   a   longtime rei��den<  of Gibsons,  was  up jar  a   lirief  visit  with  his  daughter,    Mrs.    Nora   Haley.  Corning uji S2 this month. Mr.    Crttk.   an  Battle is still spry and enjoyed    .Gibscrj  meeting old friends. Was '-.een-r ser-tatior. t    the I  ly Interested   in   the   changes,    sins ^ood v ;^t-< cf  Mellon,     ard    *3<>Vn'-    Cr*��_*<  jiine-i vz'h the G-i:^->r.i c--r.frt.:-  cr.y-.zd ��e h.-',   .f  zzizir.-z     Fc'ZL^^.Zzf  the   s^pp-rr   a --':.��� r".   ;.r-r.'t  was    ^i\en_    :z'Z.i    Mr.    J. Ir^,  speakir.q c-.  t��-3^' o:   P..7irj-  Ker^-ctr.   -yt  i*.>o r-^Jc s frr.  ����v -I". ��� -  a���   3-   ">< J  \��'  < ;.-��;  especially the new Co-op Efare, tslce \z\> r.z~ ��-*xzr- at  with memories of-4Q years ago - mish Vr.t r-rft-'j-.-r^ of th-. IZs-  in jthe oId^j>Iace. Says he, wac:s Club o:' C- bv.-n- iL-" f..-^-  ������Tiines do change*." ser.ted  Mr   Hu-rii w.r. a Jt-k  set.   s'ji'.at-':.    ir.-cri\*-d.   r.-'1-"rg  , *<j <*. v *Jt��_3  Mr.  and   Mrs.   Wiiliara   Hst--  chias  a��.ay  to Calgary:fcr  a  vis3.  Mrs. John  Coleridge Sr.  off  to Winnipeg;  jXaotice in~the Vancouver pa-  icy   'H'.-'iM   irif!-<-ii   ^ear   :  1 -'3  1 Privately owned     .  BOBuMALPASS of M&W Logging, Sechelt, has just pnr-   Rebekah news  chased this fine, new helicopter for service in his .���= ���  Togging operation. He is pictured here, on theright, with 7 -iyAri��  Mr. Leo Lannon of Leo Lannon Helicopters^ Vancouver.   L5DGE  SiforSSLl11!"'? ?yiV?^ S00?61" ar0USed C��n;       two  months  recess, although  siderable interest in Sechelt last Saturday morning and   th* mt  an enthusiastic group of youngsters gathered around to   the   summer.   What  summer.  Times series . . .  grows  ^as  FASCINATING HOBBY of candle making is fast gaining in popularity and in order to assist interested  readers, The Times will shortly present a series of arti-   are one grand family and, as  you may well ask? However  there was a nice day or two.  A wonderful picnic was held at  Secret Cove, a lovely spot, and  the small fry especially enjoyed it. Also a fine smorgasbord  held atHighcroft, Selma Park,  the home of the Xoble Grand  of Skinshine Coast Lodge - and  his wife, .who is, the : District  Deputy President of this area. -  Mr. and Mrs. T. Ivan B. Smith-  Members    in    Oddfellowship "  him Iron: una to time.  Sympathy is'expressed a-. -!���  -again hsv^ lost two of th-.- ~$  timers of thib area. Mr. V." ]-  peri-tells of a sop for the Sev. liam SeQctt Sr. and Mr lu*-  Johis   Sno*detS57   This 7 yoimg    ^n Cstor.    S ''    "*  felloe*' * wOi  be  in  for quite  a  - * ;  Ume, with three fisters. a pair i -."*"- .*    _  of these, beicg tirins. Many will ~/In Ger.ev-a. jewel��-r�� hi'-X a*-  reniember John from jlays at ceded to worses cu-iome-rA rr*-  - thel vicarage when his; father -quests -o des^i a na; :^ be  was in charge of this parish. won: on the i-ecofid fiaj^f "*<rf  " A pot luck supper was fea- "^ ^^ ^^! to indicate jrjst  -tured at"tlM farewell gathering -the nearer is7 neither r.arr.id  fori Rev. and Mrs. Harris and cor ensaged,! bat * ir.tere��:e-f  Jolfiu last -Sircaiay evening in" The rircr is-is iht* f.-rtr. %{'$.  St.lBa"rthcl_eniew's Parish liaiL snake which'carl^ a "dtanK-rd  A large! attendance from  Ifort    apple in its riauth.7.-- r  cles on the subject.  Candles made by skilled  craftsmen in r.each- medieval  village were once precious pos-;  E-:  InsUtute by October 20. 19St_  From the photos, 100- finalists  will be chosen and asked to  sessions of "only the prosperous .send the actual - candle for C-  few..-. ��� ,:v| nal judging. :; - ->���  Today,;   tliousjands   of   Cana-       These \m candles from -.final**,  dian wmen aije making their    ists Will be put on display in  -own   candles   and: a   few   are    Candle Maker's Lane at Christ-  even starting home industries  to earn extra dollars with; this  exciting hobby.  Candlemaking enthusiasts, in  their searcti for new designs,  like to shafe their knowledge  gained in kitchen experiments  with other keen candle makers.  To'facilitiate a more efficient  exchange of information The  Candle Making -Institute was  established in Toronto:, early  this year as a central bureau  for the dissemination of .-ideas,  information and. news on candle  making. The institute also provides a source of basic and adr  vanced instructions^ for  hobby. _   .       . -  To encourage others to.take  an interest in this craft, The  Candle Making Institute has organized a national'contest with  more'than Sl^OO in prizes.  ' Morelhan 5.000 official worn--  en's groups and auxiliaries  have been contacted with details of the contest. which is  open to participation* by women's groups only and not to individuals. However, the institute is not limiting the number"  of groups that can enter and  .any women's group can obtain  an entry form and other con-  test^etails by writing ���" The  Candle Making Institute, P.O.  Box 408O, Terminal **A", Toronto 1, Ontario.;  The Institute has chosen this  time for the contest because  many women's groups are preparing candles for their, bazaars. It is suggested that the  finest, of the candles prepared  for * the group's fund-raising  sale be submitted in the contest. '���" --  The iniUal judging of candles-  will be done from color photos  that are to be submitted to the  mas /Fairyland, a six-%veek  show in Toronto's "Casa Loma." Final judging will be  done during the first few* days  that Fairyland is open.  Prizes will be awarded to all  100 finalists in the contest. Prizes are $1,000 first; _SS0, second; -S150. third;"$50,' fourth;  $50, Cfth;and 95 prizes of 55.00  each........ -  Included in7the instructions  td each women's group were an^ J  introductory^ letter, rules, entry form, suggestions on taking color photos of candles and  a booklet which gives complete  this^ instructions on candle making.  Watch The-Times for" a wonderful series showing you how  to become proficient in this interesting pastime, 7  Weil say one thing for Castro, he's got courage. It takes  a brave man to light a; cigar  In a beariTlike that.  a-family should, look after one  another^- in   detaiL   Friendship -  and  k>ve  are exemplified  between ihem,  visiting the  sick;  ahd^reheving the distressed, is  an every day occurence.  The family-life of a nation  is the foundation of a nation,  surely that is true o fthe family life of tDddfellows. This  means service to one another  in  friendship, love and  truth.  The local Rebekah Lodge is  now planning a bazaar, which  will-be held October 22 in the  Hospital Cottage, 11 a.m. to 4  p.m. The sisters hope to see  you there.     .  Church parade October t at  St. Hilda's Anglican Church,  7:30 p.m. commemorated the  113rd Anniversary of the Ttefa-  ekah Degree."  With reference to.the guery:  What does the lodge do to help  locally? They expect to help the  local hospital as one of their  projects and have already provided funds Tor a. wheel chair  in memory of Mrs^ Agnes Reynolds.'who was a very valued  member of the Sunshine Rebekah Lodge. ;   _  SIHDBLAfflHG: PAIHKiG1  j        GARDEN BAY BOAT WORKS  I; Mecbanicof &'Electrical Repairs 1     j  1        A COMPLETE UNE OF EOAT REPAIRS      >  Garden Boy, B.C. Phone 8t3-23il4  USE   TIMES   CLASSIFIED  FOR  QUICK   RESULTS  The Motional Film Board Proudly  b.;."-;���-���    ���XZ;'X    PRESENTS       7b'-'-:  ^InfernafionQf Focusf*  A series of films from all over the world.  These pictures \will be shown every other Sunday  afternoon at 2:30 p.m. at the Twilight Theatre,  Gfbsons,   starting   October   4th   and   continuing  through   the Winter until March 20tfu  This entire programme Is available by membership  tickets only,-obtainable at the Theatre or may be  reserved by PHONING 886-2827.    "  You get 12 showings for S5.00._Progroinmes at the  theatre. A nice way to spend a rainy Sunday afternoon.  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  HATE    PAD  ��� This free remir^er cf caring ev*r.:s is a service  SECHELT /KiGcNQES LTD. Phene Sechelt Pera-��.  Times direct fcr free listings^ ipecifr^ "Dcte Pa  P'ecse ncte thot space is turuted cr<d scrr.e cdvence cz  nicy hcv�� fo v��sht their turn; clx that this is c "reminc*  ���nsting enfy end cannot clwoys ccrry full, details.  Qct; T-^PJK Mjeeti'r^. _Acti*irv- r-s", Sec^e-'* �� P�����*"-  Oct    E Hcspitci "Auxi'iCrv TAett ng. Hvs&nl  Cc:'z  ' 2 s.m.     I XX      _ ]'       ' '-  Oct,, 17���Wethers Crc*e Derrc-Icy Turkey-7 Cmner, Moir^i  -Hail, 7 p.m. __ J  Oct. 22���SursH��rse.Refce'tih Ledge E2. Fell Bcrcc, i-  pitc! Ccttcge, I * cm.-* p.ml  Oct. 31���R��"'& 6wi Cd: o��xi Mciyjers-^e --="*'-  "   Giihouse WitscrHCreefc I  N.'cw. 3���Wilson Creek U*;ied CK-rch F-dl Ediccr.  I  X  K'ov.Zl ���  HcIL  COMMERCIAL LOT SECHELT,  LEVEL LOTS, DAVIS BAY  . -j   from $1,260 |  Ycry easy terms ��� Eoquiries to .Bob Kent  \   Phone 885-4461 j    .   \ _  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  ;        REALTY and INSURAhjCE  Wharf Road Phone 885-2UI  7*7?  ' *-.��� 1  I  ;:u*  >'  1   .  , ir 1 11      ��~ '1   'I   '   ' *       ' * ' "* * ' "'     ' '   * *��� **"   1 '������ ���       ���     ������ *��� nwmi ...������mi.  --���'..-.*. ...v.---.* .... v'.v^**^'v^f-S-. ���.'���'���"*,: ���'"���   x* -Vr     */'*;<,' ;;w'., ���  -:.v.  'V---- i';*. ������,*>���   ;-'".���-;< ir. !��������,.������     .-i ���.-. r*     ������   ���*"���  -��������?..-������ . '-. ,���      ������  ��~*4.Xs* :---.v���-������''. '��� :".;.������-'���: .���&���'.%���;���.- 'Vi/-:--."v-'.-.-!.'--'-/-r ���"-���: ���������"���. ;,^- \ xxxxa:,  r*'   ii nn  '-.ni  *"! V ���'nriifc'ini--rn    "-    ' *^        'ii"r    f "-~  "      ��� -*���*       p" ���*"���������"-������- ������* ������������������    ���- i ^M^.^^i^m^^.^j^.  -fl  Page ffTKe Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wed., Oct; 7,. 1964  Citizens help sought > . -ir-  1966-AND-1967 are-not far away considering the, planning  - required for our centennial celebrations, stated Mr.  L. j. Wallace,. general chairman of the Provincial Centennial Committee^ who-has-expressed the necessity for  att'CommanMesL. organi^dand^ unorganized, throughout  the province, to appoint their respective local centennial"  committees early, in order to ensure-that every citizen,  willl have the opportunity to participate in the* celefara-  tions. ' J "  British. Columbians in 18S6,  wilL celebrate -the tmion-ot the  colonies -of British Columbia  and Vancouver Island-*: under  the name British: Colombia,  signed^ on. November 19, 1866.  and..in. 196?, celebrate thi-Confederation oi Canada.      I  Mr; Wallace.further; indicated  that- pertinent -material, would,  bee distributed to all .locaL centennial eommiUlees in. the very  near" futons an&'-that-it. would*  be-air-advantage-to have-coro-  mittees formed,- in order- that  communities might complete  applications for commemorative projects.  The following consultants of  the* community' programs-  branch of the department o��  education have beea appointed  to act as official centennial representatives' and must be in.  attendance at meetings in unorganized, areas* for-the* forming of -local ^centennial* commit-*  tews;:      _..       "  Vancouver Tsland,- Mr. Cr. Ji  Pynn; 422v Douglas1- Bldg-. ."-Vie*-'  toria, B.C.,-Fraser- Valley-Se-  cbett, Mr. T. Rubefc; Box 1460,  Abbots fo-rd, B.C.; Okanagan-  Similkameen Boundary, M r.  J. M. MacKinnon, Provincial  Bldg., Kfelownav-JLC; Kuoten-  ays, Mr: MSos*- Gordon, 104  Medical Arts Bldg;, Nelson,  B.C.. Central; Britispi Columbia,.  Mr:E. W. Mayers,-*52I Columbia:^ Kamloops.. ECl; Northwest B.C., Mr: D? M. McCooey,  Box- 2109,, ;SMthers;. B.C.;  - Northeast wdb%��� Mr: K-- C; Davis,  Box 1630; "<*fuesnelir"B.C.  The. lacat centennial committees; im British} Columbia, to- date  number 100, and it is anticipat-.  edsthat at tbe year's end, some-,  350^4$*^ committees covering, the-  whore ~ province will-" be' registered' with, the* ProvinoiaL Cen-  tenniaL Office.-  Council of Gibsons already-  formed- an.1 active- centennial,  committee- presently- seek.ing  ideas^ for- a-- project;. Ai farm- is  enclosed, cleswfaere-' within this,  newspaper- on.* which". allTinter-  ested- are- asked7 tcv submit their,  id&iis, and "post or. submit to the-  Thriftee.- Store-, (____*_��;, G&sons,.  B.cr.  Sechett Bowling Alleys  DICK GRAY,  bowling  with the high single  real big 368.  League Scoers:  Ladies League���LU McCoikrr,  57GV Harriet Duffy,  578;   ^nnr  Shaw,   254,-. Elly Masom  2|88$  Hazel Skyette,. 583.(230).  Pender'- ��� May- Widtaan;. 50��j  (197); Dave MacDonald; 644^  (276)-  Se?helts Commercial'���Eileen.  Evans. .722 (288); Diclr.Clay|ton;  748* (283); Dick Gray,.2841  Kurluk,   27Si   Jean   Robinson  25i;  Tedi      USE   TIMES   CtASSlFlEff  ���By* Eve Moserip  the Sports Club, -came up '  the young season, rolling _a_  (155); - Marsha    Gibbons, -183  {151); Earl John, 156*.  Ton-Pins  Roger   Hocknell,,  53T7   (211);  Pat- MUllihs;. 538   (224);   Dicfe _  Clayton,  566*   C.  Hauka,  553; ,  Chuck   Kpdway,   509;    Mickey ,  Baba*.  51"5t- Btitefr.  Ono,   500; ,  Alex- Skytte; 533; Marvin, Skytte  526..  ?55;-  Itr nEver. pays - Vte> work.-* orr. a.  fuHl istomac&wuniess you're' a  mosquito'.  Sports- Club���Dick". Gray; 1750*.  (3G8): DorcthyrSmifh* 584;- Ifev;  Nelson;. 257.;. Lit McCowft  Tony; TSchaikowsky, 2StZ  Ball"&. Chaim~Miay Flay;.  659;,Matt*.Jaeger; 632^ Tcd^oe?.  287.';. Laurie Cavalier, 2HI.  School* leagues;:  Seniors���Atlene: Johnson, 1327-  (234); James. Duffy,! 3BR Ted  Johnson-,, 3S5r(28i$;~ Gary:, ifasur  son; 37t*(207).-  Juniors���Alan Hemstreet,  300>*  AbowrFesfc Office-  CutHnstotuLStytihgr  Tuejdoy,��teSaKri*Sfr9-5--  "YburrStatrway Ta  HclB'ttsQuty"-  Phtrae 8S5-9S2S  i ,  ���of youf b&fsin-t^ss lesrfers  ���H.V  R BTMiWS *  COKHBEROm. PRINTING  ��.."  ���      ��%%%*�� jvmtiiiiiMJi'  EUftOBSAM^ TRAINED BARBER  A* new man  Next; tb: foot _ti_____L-. SecEett?.- *  Sechett:  SXYIM  %*  . B.C* - Ph. 885-9519.  YOUR ^MtfcY-SrORr  SERVICE ANO^UALITY  wt��mmm#m+mM<M  . f.: SiCOITS  ��� ii  X'^-h'  <Ei:l4  It's the dtessiest time of  - i - \  the year. time to refresh  your wardrobe with smart  daytime fashions and festive after-five styles, toio.  See our new array .. now!?  BULLDOZING  SERVICE  fca\td Clearing -^- Excavating     _   |  ft-   "Rcjac  Building ��� Clearing Blade      |  886-2357,  Box 106, Gibsons   J  J  mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm  wi00mmtm��*��t*\MmMMMm��mM  Coiiwiercial Print In  :    SEE  s I  Ion  o@0e  ��� ������] xJ  -****************************&  Conveniently located- across from  Ken's Golden Dollar Store  Phone 886-9941 - Gibsons  wmm*mmm*imm  FUStta^TOeE htm. FAIH?  I     -^    STOPE  j- NEW^ CHESTERFIEa�� SUITES?  NEW AND USED EVERYTHING  C^Elk AND BROWSE  SECHEIT  Phono-885-2058   m^a   f r  Mi! HOLLY BLOUSES  dndf mm J WIPERS  TlrlE JNEWLLO0K \S HERE  eienzes ^jradii  \  ��  ��  I  Conveniently frocoted across from  Ken's. Golden Dollar Store  Phone 866-9941 -Gibsons  mm  plDENTSl *  Calls miw taken for messages  and ad briefs at the Coin Dry  Cleaners   on- the   Suhnycrest-  Ploza. Talce advantage ofcthisl  new service and get value far:  yawc advertising costs. Let oar  classified  aids work for yoiu  hone 886-2231  or The Times office t  885-9654  atnm-tmrwrmm -nrrnmr if irr-  mMmm?,<wwJmmmm. mmmmmm nmmmmmm.  X  V,  \  I  ��  ��  *  ��  t  t  �������  \y  ��  ��  i;  ;  t,  m***************mH********..  ^.^--K^t.T5��HCf*-  vrt<W*htt^.V��wfa^t ���-^-��^v-.:^^^^^ i-.v.-i-'l--.*i.  ���  ���-  i"   �����.  - f-*1  The Sechelt Peninsulo Times, Wed., Oct 7, 1964 Page 9  social notes  ���X --_._._-. ���With Your Neighbours  A VERY quiet wedding-was held-at the home of the Rev.  E. Jessup, who officiated when Gudrun Leemari became the bride of Roy Pollock. The bride is the daughter jof Mr. and Mrs. Hans Leeman and the groom the  son j of Mr. Ernie Pollock and the late .Mrs. Pollock. ,  The charming bride wore an     ��� ' "  -  Alice blue .dressmaker suit  withj white hat and accessories  and carried a bouqtiet 1 of pink  earrations.   "  Mrs, Dorren Coes was Matron of Honor and chose a silver grey sheath gown with  White hat and accessories and.  carried a bouauet of pink carnations. .Mr. * tJordon was vhest  man.     ; 7  "Tiie young couple will risside  in Sjechelt. :       :  b WA to-St, Hilda's Anglican  Church will hold a pot luck supper October 7 in the parish hall  at 6:30 p;m. 7 '.  Visiting her mother Mrs. T.  Mulligan is Mrs. Mary Griffiths and two children" Kathie  and Ronnie of Vancouver.     ;  Mrs. Daisy Clampitt of Vancouver: guest of her daughter  and   son-in-few  Mr. j" and   Mrs.  Jack Redmi^7.'-*" -���"  ���X: St.- Hilda's' Girl's   Auxiliary  :and teen age group'are well on  their, money- objective for the  ; trip to Mission. Apparently had  a field day with the car wash.  7 Sorry to see that: our young  fry who entered the'Shop Easy  Coloring contest did-not make  the grade in Vancouver. Competition   very   still  apparently,  however. Mary Gray and Patrick Gaines made a good .showing locally, . ������    -5-  -   Mrs. "Lloyd  Turner spending  a few days at Powell River.  Mrs. .Arthur Macklln -spending a levir days in Vancouver.  iliss Bessie Burreli bacfc  from Vancouver after two  months absence. .-    -���   '  Two old dogs well known in  Sechelt gone to the last roundup. Owned ." by Alice Amelia  French who seems to" be able  to hold the record for old dogs.  Speedy-going on for sixteen  and Nellie for twelve. Nellie  had quite a write up in the  Vancouver Sun some years  back when she was at the animal shelter and was foster  mother tb some motherless  pups. Speedy had been hit by  a. car some years back and became very crippled, so both  were mercifully put to sleep.  They will be missed.  SfV'dson Creek noies    -; j-  ��� | ~ ���By��MabeI Wagkiaa -**<  VISITORS OF-Mr. and'Mrs. J7 W. Andebon of ._t___jsi<_a  I Point were Mr. and Mrs. Le Bihan from Vaneotivef,.  accompanied with Aunt.Xet from England, who is 01% h^r   .  first trip to Canada.* She remarked that tfie Peninsula  was, a beautiful'7 place to live. . . j   ~     ���      I   r  '7*b  j . t *.\  Everyone knows how to cure  a cold except the man who has  one.  PENINSULA. BOUND      *  Arming back on the Peninsula again is Albert Lynn, a.  long time resident of this area-  Albert left for Princeton last  year then on to Prince George  where he will be leaving soon.  FALL BAZAAR  The date set fcr "the fall bazaar of the Str John's United  Oairch of Wilson Creek win be  November 3. Here is your  dance to get a. head start on  those special Christmas ��Its  you.have been planning on by  dropping in and browsing  artauaL 7.  REMINDER :     -~"  The first geceral meeting c��  the season will be held at the  Wilson Creek: 'Community fH|3  on October 8 i at 8 psa. Every���  cne welcome";   -     " - 4*  1  .JUI John ftind-Smith  Refrigeration  PORT MELLON  TO PfNBEft HARBOUR-  Phonel 886-1231 y  ffe�� 9 8-*t- ro S:3Q pjn.  lUs. 8S6-9949   I  <-\  ��� <*:\  ~*ff\Tli  (SUGGESTED RCTA1U>R!C��)  PER 4 PIECE PLACE SITING  ,- Thousands of motorists tJ-ioughout B.C  are already boSdingup a service cf this  famous tableware from International  Silver Company for as little as $1:49 per  :place setting with each seven gallon  Chevron Gasoline purchase.        J  Start or add to your collectkin^-with its  . elegant "Spring Wheat" pattem-frigbt  away. Supplement it with other lovely  matching pieces like those illustrated ca  the inset. If you wish, charge;! your  Rogers Stainless Tableware on! your  Chevron Credit Car<L I  For the fast tfete ever Rogers tableware ai  these-amazingly low prices h exclusively  yours at���-  1 ~ " j .  STANDARD STATIONS  CHEVRON DEALERS  STANDARD-OIL COMPANY OP BRITISH COLUMBIA UMlJED  ;'*|:  <' '��� ���'  x:\  hx  'xx  'x%  x%  p  **i-  ;<-**'**.  \&  hi  ���x  - i/d>  '. K '*'  < .y-  -cy-  ;<.- ���  ��� r-v.  1; ���������>  X  w \'* t  :   -i  1 -��� j  MniiAiauiim Page TO The Seehelt Peninsula Times, Wed., Oct. 7, 1964  Selma Parkchatterboxing  ���-from here and there  PADDY GRQ.UNDSELL,  and Cissy Thomas away to  California for their vacation . t . hope they are not  ���absorbing "liquid" sunshine  tion . . .  reading . . . Ask for them, they,  will get 'hem for you ... or  Thc Cardinal. "The Prize,"  story of Nobel Prize winners,  really_ intriguing. Reading is  one of the most wonderful  forms of relaxation anyone  could want ... I could name  dozens of books, maybe will  try lo a name a few weekly  for you, anyway in meantime  but having a real vaca-   try -your nZrJtcSt ibey havc  _.  A'  ���?c  rt .1'  v  ��h  ��������:���  r.:  Mr. Robert Mitchell, Selma  Park, down to 50lh anniversary  oi 16th Canadian Scottish Battalion, Mr. Mitchell one of four  of the "originals", social evening and banquet held at the  Georgia ... >  Mrs, Isabel Gilbert, has sold.  hcr1 home, new owners Mr. and  Mrs. Cojbblcigh, Isabel will be  around, 'with us for a while  anyway, little too soon to predict ben future plans . * . We  hope she does not leave us,  would njiiss here ... We 'are  losing too many-of our neighbors, nice to know she is not  leaving iis'al once . . .  Mr. and Mrs7 George Ebber-  Iey, and % little family, here  from Kelowna. They will be occupying thc Phil DeLmheer  home . |. . George is the new  laundry.mechanic for the hospital ... i Wendy Green CNee  Yates), ]will be taking off for  a brief weekend trip with her  husband, to Paris . . . Wendy  now living in Galgary . . lucky  people . ,# .     |  Well our Selma Park Beachcombers' were lack again at the  local bingo. T.hey all came  home winners ^ . . hosv lucky  can you i get? . . . Must apologize to Mr. Pumphrey, last  week, I called .him "Bill," the  newly-weds are) Mr. and Mrs.  George Pumphrey!. , . Hope no  one gets  -mistake  f��assed * awayl suddenly, over  hurt over this terrible  x  .1  64', fromr*tho villageX . .,&ne  leaves three sons' "and 'a daughter .. . Samuel, Leonard and  JPaul Johnson, I her daughter,  Mrs. Caroline Joe . . . and 17  grandcHIHrei^. 7 . She* Was Bbr-  led from village church, funeral services" by Father Mac-  Doneli-.S . >Jri��d in the Sechelt pillage Cemetery f,��.jt.  May she re*t in peace , .',  < Air. Sep Rescue caused a  little-excitment ground our district Sunday afternoon. No one  seemed to know what it was all  about, could see smoke which  appeared to be a small .boat,  and plaijie circling it, then tak--  ing off . . . due to our local  gendafrtj* having no boat, air-  sda rescjue. called in . . . Heard  later on radio, man from Hope  was picked up off boat, taken  to Sechelt,-and boat burned to  waters (idge ... No serious effects, thank goodness . . .  Noticed snow on one of our  mountains this morning, fresh  snow . .1. it is up the inlet. . .  but looks very, very close . , ,  FOK ALL YOUR fSEEIDG  Will you he sbte  to rebuild �� . . ?  'I,        A'    : I  Jf 1 fire strikes, would your  present insurance enable  you to rebuild? Rising  costs could prevent it! Ir>*  sop your home for its  full value.  BE SURE . . .  =     INSURE!  "SEE i. D.  I FOR SAFETY"  i. H. O. Mm)  DRUA/IMO^D  insurance Agency  I Gibsons, B.C  fjj Phone 036-7751  Reminder that winter not very  far away . . . Wc havc been  very fotunatc thc last few winters, get by with very .little  real ~cold, in fact there is a  be'autiful healthy geranium in  Mrs. Jamicsons garden, that  had' wintered out ih his garden, and really was a shows of  blooms-this summer . . . let's  hope of winter this year will  bc just as mild 7. .  -Crib starts Oct 3, in Selma  Park Community Hall, everyone is welcome, and-a very sociable evening is promised tp  all who attend refreshments,  etc. . . . the library's are open,  for winter reading . . . Have  you read tne book, "Dear Glorious Physician,'' byr_ Taylor  Caldwell, and "Prologue to  Love," by same author . . .  These two wonderful books will  give you many hours of fine  something for everyone, and  Will bc happy to try and get  ,you what you want, through  Victoria . . Can't expect very  much more, that's for sure . .,  Well it's getting around to the  World Series time again . . .  and it looks like the very much  hated Yankees are going to  make it again ... I don't know  why people havc such a dislike  against them ... I think they  are the greatest ... I have  very few supporters in this, I'D  admit . . . but then I guess  people resent the same team  winning year after year . . .  I'm sure Uie other team's don't  lay down and give up to thorn  . . . They have to earn it . . .  but no one else seems to give  them credit for this . . . poor  Phillies sui*e took a downward  plunge . . . but that's sport I  suppose ... It will be inter- ���ihen stood back and waited for.  esting to watch anyway ...    the smoke to pour out, nothing  whoever wins ... I'm still polking for Yankees . . .  Horry to hear Bill Skellet Sr.  passed away last Week. Knew  Bill well, a fiery council member, who fought for what he  thought was right, I like to remember him as a hard worker  for the community, always  with a smile and a joke; for the  past few years he had been a  very ill man, he is at peace,  my deepest sympathies to his  wife and family . . .  - Still no date for hospital opening, seems no none lias the fog-'  giest notion, when or what date  is to be, why? ... It seems  queer all to so hush hush . . .'  Is it a military secret, or just  that everyone is afraid to say  anything? , , , really intrigues  me, but I guess they gonna  spring it on us all of a .sudden  . . . Better hurry up, some of  our little ladles in waiting getting real worried ^ .' . Woiider  who is the official opener upper'-' . . .  Had" the queerest thing happen to -ne the other night,  watching TV, as usual,' when  tht loudest bang inside the TV,  and then a weird howl, then a  black ^screen . . '. pulled the  plug and  turned it off quick,  happened ... so left set ofi  till I talked to a TV man . , ���  He came in looked it over,  everything was OK . . . Cottld-  not find' anything' radically  wrong with it ... so it's still  a real mystery lo me , . . what  happened fo my set . . . I'm  .still- watching iL. and it's as  OK as it has-been . , .  The lon'i ^waited Warren report on the' death of President  Kennedy is- at last out . . .  Over 800 pages to wade through  ... it may. make interesting  reading . . . but uji&t does it  prove?_The main figure in the  terrible tragedy is gone ... it  is all supposition to me , . *  and for many years it is going  to be a controversial subject  , . . And it seems as of now,  very few are satisfied with tbe  whole report ... To me it  would have been better to have  Iel_it just fold up and rest  there . . . who i* iiolng to benefit by il all?  .* .  .  It is a good and safe rule  to sojourn in every place as  if you meant lo spend your life  there, never omitting an opportunity of doing a kindness, or  speaking a true word, or making a friend.  Tbe greatest ability is 'dependability. ,  f  r  t  x.fMxci^m  mi 4U'  /*#>'?>  t. . *  s*  4  \  \  /*  \  4*9-*.  ��� e-  ~*?m.  ��;  Ewryoitetyasswrietltttigto save/or...  Cknada Savings Bonds / no*^ on sale  EASY TO BUY You can buy  Canada Savings Bonds for cash or  on instalments���at work on the  Payroll Sayings Plan���or ax banks,  authorized investment dealers,  stockbrokers, trust or loan companies*  They come in denominations of $50;  $100, S500, $1,000 and 05,000  tip to a limit of $10,000 per person.  SIMPLE TO CASH You can cash  Canada Savings Bonds ae any time  at any bank at their full, face value  plus earned interest. When ready  money is required all you have to do  incomplete the redemption form on  the Bond and present it to your  Bank, You will receive your money  immediately. They are instant cash!  GOOD TO KEEP You get interest  on 11164 Canada Savings JJonds  on~Mov, 1s% each year���4%% for  each of the first two years; 5% for  each of the next five years ond SYM  ior each of the remaining three?  giving an average return;  (held to maturity in ten years ot  a year. They're worth keeping  years  when  5,00%  ���sosra^  a  ���*f  |  'WSZP  %^m  _i_..,.,.     m n  i r ���   ������  i- ���' '�������"-'"V"�����'    ���j.''i""'i      - '   ** .   "  - ...��   ���*-���,-��� -f*-.'V4  '���'���*.V/ ',- '"*��'   -?-��    v  ;-''.. . '.V? .-v*. V "1 ;'. . vf\. J- -> -j/::V .'&* - ^"i&L*  The Secbelt Peaiasulo Times, Wed,, Oct. 7/1954 Page 11  leadership training . .7. L  ?6y Scouts of Gcmada     I  announce fall courses  'Regional  Program  Committee.  -VANCOUVER-Coast  .    Bo^~ Scouts of Canada (A United Apjpeal Agency;  announces the -first fall leadership training courses.  ,_A }P a c fc   Scouters   *-batsic'*  " *       i  Apple time /\ .  AN APPLEdoesn't last long .when these two four-legged  sweet tootlis are-about. Mrs, .Pat Vaughn of Wilson  Creek shares her apple ^with the ten-weefe-old foal -and  . mother :Blue Mist. A .particularly tame .bull which .acts  almost as father to the foal was missing at the time,  "-'��������� ��� ' ' ��� : ^-=���  Round about the xtowft  Z ���=���By Ed Green  THE TOURIST promotion agencies ,oh.the Peninsula  ;have done a good job in .promoting the..tourist trade  vdth ihe.Umited.means-at,their disposal. More and jnore  ���cars with U.S. license plates, and many from other parts  of the provinces, are seen here each year.'Whether these  visitors will return or not is something else again.  It would be folly to underesti-     = :   mate the tourist dollar. "On .a  jrccent TV program it was  pointed -out that over .Iwo'-mil-  Iion tourists visit Canada each  year and if they ate only one  ham sandwiph each and drank  one | glass of jniik they would  ��� have-spent j over half .-a-million  ��� dollars. .iVnen.you stop. to.con-.  ' sider what [the- tourist actually  spends it will be all too evident-  ;,that -catering .ito! tourists its  a.  major   industry.   Every   Cana-  , dian benefits .directly _or indi-  , rectty from' the * tourist -dollar.  ; It is one of- the mainstays rof *  ' our.-econ'omj. -  Are we. on this Penisula getting-our -full-share-of-these dol-  Jars? ilave we done all -possible! to attract a  return visit?  -What-have we done to make a  .return,as inviting as -possible?  next Ofy miles. He will see  still less -of the mountains for  the simple, reason, that the narrow, -winding highway.is prac--  .tlcaHy smothered "by the 7forest  ���growth.  AVhat can he-donfto provide  a   more   scenic view  for   the  -tourist? "'The answer here isn't  hard to'find and since,the B.C.  -Provincial Treasury    gets    a  large share ef the tourist dollar it would not ie asking too  much  to - provide   view points,  .along the road where the tour-  "ist could pull off andenjov the  marvelous   view   of   the   Gulf  -and    its   ��� islands.    There    are  many such sites^for view points  pr  *pulkrats'  hetween   Gibsons  "and Earls Cove. We should insist that they'be used.  -Several   tourists   have   corn-  cause heavy damage -to _such  places .aad it woaM he economically impossible to-pay for  the services ctza. aratcfaman-or  *an attendant. However, "the  time will come when this prob-  "lev~.will.be solved if it is.given  the consideration it deserves.  The personal comfort -of a -tourist -and his .family -are as important _as any; other "essential  service.       -        ���  7 We have several fine motels"  on the :Peninsula. They are a  credit to those abo .built and  . operate ithem. They do a. -lot of  'repeat'  business  because they  provided^ the  visitor^- with  excellent service.  He shows ids  appreciation ;of this by coming  back  next  year. ��� That is  the  "type of business that counts.  We oh ihe .Peninsula have .a  rich tourist potential-ia the  sea and mountains.. We can't  brag^ -about* Tthem .because  we didn't:create them. Nature  ^did that. Jtis up to ns to create  .something that wiU exploit  them Jo the fiillest extent; A  generous JNiiure Jias endowed  us With endless possibilities.  Are we ready to ese them? The  answer, is not seasy but it will  come. Next summer the. tourists will be here again. Jjex. us  be ready" fcr them.  ��� training coarse, sponsored " by  Kerrtsdale district will be held  at Kerrtsd a Le ..Elementary  School Auditorium! 40th Arenue  and Carnarvon Street oa Thursdays!-October 8, IS, 22 and 23  ^rotrij 7:30 tc 10:60 p.m. J��ach  evedag. This is a -practical  course to demonstrate how- to  conduct the ^Wojf Cob pro-am.  It is| presented fa "story book"  fashson and the-candidates wiU  be organized as a Wolf Cub  pack: for ihe porpose of "learning by doing."  - Centre district is. sponsoring  a Troop Scooters basic; *'A"  traMpg course at -Dawson  Sc Jibo I gymnasium. Bnrrard  and Helmcken Streets cs Tuti.-  dajs. October fiL 13. 20. and; 27  commenda? ati7;30 p��sx,    j _  - .A . basic 7 "A'l is _a" practical  course desigoeil to '_ illastrite  bow to conduct .the scout program as csctai&ed ts-.the'ttaiMc  "hzndhodks.'   *. J -      I  Registrations for these courses,  should, be jscnt   to   Sck:t  "Bocse. 641 West - Broadway,  Vancouver S. or telephone %%-  *9-572i as soon is -possible,   j    I  _      _^      _       .���      j   ^  -After     examining   i inilac|y*j  rruffrrre.   We've   decided   tiat  what  goes]-osrSn-tfce averse;  beauty, parlor today is fispry  -hair-raising.     j_ . }   f  MOW OPEN I  j   IMiEiAli^E  fjust% mile off the Highway.  Operated by  I    Dot and Mac  MacKensie  , Let us-dwgm to rea_iie.ihat.the..3lferined about ihe lack of piib-  much .criticised -ferry serviciJ is-=,{" ""if���* Nation* tmtb�� Pen-  ��� a   major attraction to toitriists  -ivhd   have   never  before jeeea  ; salt' water. It gives a much appreciated    nautical   touch   .-to  what    would    otherwise ,have  ' been, a highway endurance congest. It lead* Uie tourist-to believe   that   he   will. -see- mother  breathtaking views of the sea  and   mountains.   He  little  sus-  ikcts that once ofT the ferry he  will see little of-thc sea for the  lie comfort stations on the Pen-  jnsala. Automotive^service.^ sta-  -tions have these rnuchneedi^  facilities but tourists are reluc-  ��� taflt to go into �� service station  .sad *nse them .without -making  ^a -purchase of some isssdz  =Such stabcBis are a -public  ^necessity Jwt siho . is .going to  Jnstai .and service them? Village councils are reluctant ;to  go into th<j matter. They point  but, and justly so, that vandals  jWtfflM&XKtiimgm  ��� !  xwsm>mm/M!jm  i��wBWMMafei��maiij��!M  25c doz. cash for empty  BEER BOTTLES,  delivered to our yard, at Wilson Creek. WiU pickup 100 doz. lots at 25c per doz*  Follow the signs ot Fields Rood  %B-W  RUEBEN STROSHE1N  Phone $35-2261  ""S  It.I  t  ?������-������ V  t ��� -  *���- ���]  �����  f  ��.  Gibsons  ^. *���  . Mo .Down t^yrnenf -^-Banfc -Inferest  Ten Years To Pay - First Payment Oct. 1  COMPfcETi LIME OF APPLIANCES  For Free Estimate - Call 88@-272S  S^SBSB  ,..^IU'|WM�� !   TV*  ...... ��***v*A*Wtt,'.**^>gj&&&5^ -  *=~z "ZXV'Jf^t^ s- ir-i <  r *  t  *  <!-A>  "*&***'  Pago 12 The Sechelt Pcmnsuo Times, Wed,,. Oct. 7; 1964  DtLvis Otttiwd. Diary  ~~~~       !     \ i"*^      By Jack Davit, M J.  i .    <  MEMBERS OF the House of Commons were recently  visitetl by ^ real live ombudsman. He was Sir Guy  Powles of, New Zealand. Sir Guy's job, which is of recent  origin^ is similar'to that of a   ^ ; ;   Scandinavian Ombudsman, This /aimed at the government's ad-  office [goes' hack ISO years.  Tl is no Occident that the office of a public dafender was  first created in these"countries.  Socialist or ncar-socialist in  character, they have seen a  great many government regulations' and government decrees. A reaction has .set ih.  Bo it is tho job of thc ombudsman to fight for the rights  of the "little man" against red  ministration on thc one hand  and' cf helpfulness to citizens  Vi-'{their -deapngs with gov-  lernmcnt officials! on the other.  ��� Complaints were - quick to  flowj in. Not all of them, how-  evef, have been justified. Only about half have been worthy of investigation. Less than  IQ'/r were really ���justified.  Much smaller in number they  arc however important. They il-  tape   and  the  bureaucracy  of* lustrate the crying need for a  , "big government*'.  * With I morje than Us share of  bureaucrats', Jhe need for ah  ombudsman! is, no doubt, great  7er in oth?ibcountries. Howev-  ' er, the need exists in Canada  as well;  The establishment, in 1962,  t?f SH1 Offiee of Ombudsmen in  New  Zealand  c&itte after  ten  public defender in modern society.  The ���government agencies  have also been quick to put  things aright. J\t least half of  thc.\ - well-founded complaints  ;were rectified before Sir Guy  Powles (could move in. Often  tip? (departmental officials did  not  ivait  for  the  Pftibildinian  written off as failing to do his  ' J��b-     ^  In our Canadian system, an  MP who registers a complaint  rarely finds his way blocked  by an official. Usually he receives   a1  sympathetic   hearing  Many hands jl  TEENAGERS OF St. Hilda's, Sechelt, held a successful car-wash last Saturday at the Shell Service Station, as a fund raising project to assist six of their members to attend the AYPA provincial conference, to be  held ai Mission City, Oct. 10,11, and 12. As may be seen,  a combined effort made Hght.^tght work of the auto.  ���   ���_     from  the  minister concerned."  years of debate. But it was foi-    to complete  his study before    Also  he  can  take  a -serious  i��,..��,i   ������ ��,���w��   k., o Mn��.,.��^    ���'--"amends. Nor has any    grievance to a Committee  of  lowed, at opae, by a renewed    making  -confidence jin  vice. No doutit this is-because  the civil'-servants, themselves,  Jiave beebnie more ? careful in  carrying out their "responsibilities.-     . ���-.  | ���  NOT   SERVANT  Sir Guy Pokles is n  selfr a civil servant '  special officer ol Parliament���  not the government of the day.  This is an important distinction. Reporting td Parliament,  and not to tie government, he  must" therefore maintain his independence bath from the Cabinet and' from the Judiciary.,,  This he must do in order to  build a .tradiiion of strong and  ' impartial   criticism ��� criticisiti  the  public   ser-    case,  ai yetr occurred  where  Sir Guy Powles has had. to report \to Parliament that a rec-  ~"omniend ation   from   his  office  was turned down.   .  ANOTHER  ASPECT  In other words, there is another faspect. ��� New; Zealand  MPs are, not 'altogether pre-*  pared to abandon the tedious  -task off personally attending to  many of these complaints  themselves. An MP who has  an injustice righted gains  some gratitude from a constituent���hence a few votes���for  himselfj Conversely, the "MP  who ignores his correspondence  or hides behind the broad  shoulders of* ao Ombudsman is  the House. There deputy min\  isters and the heads of crown  i companies are iperiodicalily  called upon-to give; an account  Of themselves.  Still the setting I up of an  Ombudsman in-Canada sounds  like a good idea. It will help  to remove some of the injustices of bureaucratic oppression. But your- Members of  Parliament will still have a job  to do. Write to him I He then  can go to a Minister. Then the  message comes down from the  top. Under these circumstances  an offending official will be  more inclined to make amends  than' it a ' local Ombudsman  comes knocking at his door.  WMW��  ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL  Sechelt, B.C.  TENDERS  Sealed Tenders clearly marked "Insurance Tenders"  will be. received by_the undersigned until 5:00  p.m. (d.s.t.) j October 22nd, 1964, for insurance  coverages required on the new St Mary's Hospital,  the nurses' residence, equipment, etc. Specifications may be obtained from thc undersigned at thc  Hospital Cotjlage, Sechelt, B.C.  The   lowest   or   any  tender  not  necessarily  accepted.  Thc St. Mary's Hospital Society  NORMAN BUCKLEY,  Administrator  WMM^^  v*V/V*/////////X//W^^^  s: **"���..���" - ��  I  I  I Agents for:  | HomeSite  fe All models in  s  I  WILSOISS CREEK  ien - Pionee  PHONE 885-2228  rs  stock7��� Complete stock of parts ��� First class repair service ��� ma/7 orders accepted. Good trade in ��  ^ prices given. 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