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 --   * -  V-  t  f  i *  '���iii-'b i  *';,    Serving the Sunshine Coostf {Howe-Sound to Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon, Hopkins Landing, Grantham's Lending, Gibsons, Roberts Creek,  ENINSULA  TVi'lson Creek, Se'mo Pork, Secbclr, Halfmoon fioy. Secret Cove^ Pender Hcrbourt,Mocfcii-0-Fo*fc,' Kleindote, Irvine's landing. Bed Cove^. lEgmcnf.^ WEDNESDAY, OgT. 14, 1*64' IO*.  AuthcHzed es. secnnB-cisss "  ��� Bscii   by   tf��   Pes*. Offic*-  ifr Department, Ottawa.  V<**��e I. |4o.44=  8  I-<  55  M  33  o  Cr)  rs.  +��  W ' ��  ^4 0*  C4  Is "J  ���J    i.  o  s  *!  SB  ca  00  ***  fit  OX  o  o  z  <  =.1  Retail merchants  choose chairman  MEETING Oct. 57 of the Gibsons retail merchants, saw  the election of Mr..Syd Edwards as chairman, Jerry ^Dbc*  on tb/vice-jchairman -and 'Wes  Hodgson as - secretary-treasurer.     -      *  **"  ' This active group which for- .  med   about -three .years   ago-  was previously under the chairmanship of Vi'nce Prewer-who  felt a .change was desirable' after hi^ three year .stint.;  A comratitee including Sam-;  Fladager and Ed Anderson will  set..- up -_a 7,Christmas .lighting,  program and the setting up of  membership fees will be looked into.-* -"'.   ��� . - I -  ,. One  member . suggested  ar-  ranging for a Santa Claug to be.  in the district during the Christ- .  .mas week, discussionTollowed  but jwtbing .was-/arranged-at.  the time. It was also agreed to  encourage  .all . merchants   to_  1 make a, special effort to dec-  ' orate on an.organized basis for  I the festive- season.   - ;  ICo executive committee has-  l yet been formed but a further'  I meeting is set for October 19,  i "   ' .b"    X"  'X  , Powell River man  i on liquor charge  Wise move  t. ���  Crossed solid lines '*'  SIX OCCUPANTS of tljis demolished, auto,-driven by  Tommy Paul of Sechelt were fortunate to escape  with their Jives when it crossed the double solid white  lines and struck an oncoming vehicle.        ���  Buy property! now  * ��� I *     '     ���  urges councillor  LAND IN THE Porpoise Bay area -about to go on the  :- block was the object of a fervent appeal to council  by Councillor Frank Parker to consider the possibility  of negotiating for the-property. j ���"      I  ; '���Others' are   already 7 inter-'   ���  .     "~   . $   - .      ',   - "   . . j  ested." saM t& councillor. "If    &*>* ���� onefagainst it." be said  ��e Iet-the opportunity pass by-*    Coarxdhs- BUI Swain.tfaocgfck  now we shall be held to ridi-    the land weS worth. the; m��nefr  cule in the fatnre. furthermore  it would be a great tragedy  to let it slip through oar fingers."  -t Chairman Mrs. C. Johnston  was of the opinion the electar-  ate would not favor borrowing  tbe money involved, reputed to.  Be about $2&JXOr but Councillor Parka* disagreed.; -*We  don't know that they are-  against it, probably we-.would  and agreed with his colleague  that it could make an erceiledb  park, naming right to the  beach.        |; . : b  It was agreed that the chairman contact a Mr. Bodge who  is handling tbe property", ani.  notify him council is interested  REGISTER! COMPLAINTS  ���"Membersfwere:unanimous ia  a suggestion by CcencUIot-  p��s��  If  Eat.'  ;���.,���., tttAwrt. iiXi.-*i iv. ,&���*��� r. ,-V  ��� IH  APPREHENDED in S e c h e 11  - last * Tuesday,; Oct.-- 8 ;at. approximately. 10:30 p.m.,-a. Powell River, man together with his  OUT FOR A holiday weekend drive, Pat Wiley and Keith  A. .Fulton of the. Pender,Harbour area, were both hospitalized whefl thein-auto *was struck -*jy another vehicle  which had:crossed ^ the wronglside m-tba road." -   ~ . .  17-year-old -female���companion     jf" ����.��*. ' "1 ."V'." "��"-"    bj"       ~ - " "  -  "  spent the night in the Iock-ap    ttOllQCLY Weeg-eHCI ; . .     -. _.  apd, \ ailpeared.^ befgrt^i J^agit.  strate Andrew Johnston the foi--  lowing morning on charges involving .liquor.\s   -'-7i- <--_  Nickolas.i>ancbuk of .Walnut  Street, * Powell River, -aged 54.  was-found-to-be in possession  of a motor vehicle while' impaired. He was fined {250 and  costs_and on a-further -charge-  of supplying liquor to a minor,  he was,fined $150.*-"-- -��� ���  MiP* favourable-���:.-.   - 1 ^  Councillors to discuss    |  r 3 ,  ~ - ��� -~- . i ~  prospect of breakwater !  GIBSONS Chamber of Commerce, marine division, pre-  ; r senfly pushing for a breakwater ami dreslgingic^ithe  bay, in a letter to council, sought views of member^  regarding" proposed location of the breakwater s which  they^elt should take-in fihe c*��mid^l;tic?ats.   _ ;  Chairman* A. Ritchie explain-  Head-on collision  hospit  In an- advanced. state of intoxication when arrested, .the  lfryeaf-old: Indian *��rl  of the  SIX PERSONS were rushed to-hospital following a head-  on collision between two motor vehicles a quarter of  a mile .west of the Pender Harbour hotel, at about 5 p.m.,  Sunday, October IL ���; 7 -'" bb, ..    ..' "   ������:���-  4}uickly on tbe-scene-with-bis-  ambulance, .Bob Cunningham .  said, afterwards,!'''It vas like a  ���Powell River, reserve was fined rrninor disastra*, fhere were peo-  $10 on-a. charge of intoxica- pie lying all .over .the place7*-  tfo'n. '.y, :*    ���". ��� Accident   bectcrred   when' a  To show films . . . -.  Rat blitz planned  for Sechelt area  PREVALENCE OF rats in .the district of Sechelt led to  a meeting last week of sanitary inspectors Barry  MacDonald and Phil Champton with village :councillors,  to discuss means of dealing with the problem..  -Mrb MacDonald told council- ~     :     ;     *     ~  which was proving quite effective in that rats would eat it  unaware of the fact they were  being poisoned and.- ��� usually  took up to 10 days to take effect.  - Following* tfae-suggestion~ by"  Mr. MacDonald," it was finally  agreed films would be7obtained  on the dangers and methods of  -j i. **. ~u* ���,^jki.. ����,.*., disposing of rats. Films to be  said *ta ttiwJit_possibJr th^^ sho^ Iocany-andtfae ^uc b  were   breeding   in   abandoned ^ ^^  , y -   - ^  ��� Councillor Sam' Dawe then  complained tbat residents of  the district were dumping refuse indiscriminately," _ particularly ia. the Hackett Park area  and right alongside the road.  To prove'^nis point he produced  a large bag of litter-he had discovered on bis way to the meeting. Ironically, written across  the bottom cf * the bag was  "Keep B.C. Green."  late. modeL convertible driven  . by .iPatriefe WSey Z*t Madeira  Park- an* ch-accompanied fcy  Keith Dunlop Fulton of Francis  Peninsula, fwas teading in a-  wesferiy directjoa on. the right  hand side of the highway, when  it was struck by a vehicle driven, by Tommy Paul e�� Sechelt.  The Paul car which contained  six occupants, was heading in.  an easterly direction, when it  crossed the doable solid line  onto the wrong side of the road  and struckithe Wiley car.  - Both-WOey- and Fulton were  hospitalized, Wiley with cuts  and bruises and Fulton believed  suffering minor* shock.- Also in  hospital for cuts and braises:  p*9��   10  ed that while the project would  indeed protect the floats, peo-  pkhdid-net swim in rough weather anyway. Further, it woo&t  take-but rone ��uthoarsT motor  rirtititng up to send cut a fUsrcf  on into the swimming area.  -. Coqnrillor  Fladagaf  was   of  the   opinion   chairman, cf   the  marine committee Walt Nygrenr  sbooM be asked to meet eocn-  cil in <adar that sane concrete  agreement  might  be  reached.  ?We-; have discussed ftias idea  for   some   years,"   he   said,  fWfaOe 1" am ' all- tor: dred^g  out. tbeL bav  and utilizing ther  land * for the   creatkm   cf   a"  beach, r f��l the chamber "is  rather ~mare~Ti��terest*d in the  boating aspect."   "   t    ;  I The    eumcSlar: theo.   hoid  haanaZ, **Wc have a; p*Haxtial  English Bay here and when the  matter was discussed prericHis-  Jy with our  MP. Jack" Davis,  he certainly favored the- project  and  expressed *the_ tiear that  money for .this sort of thing  would be available.   I    -      - '  j **It will take a Iot:of fanning bat something cOoM come  o�� it!**   . :'l; -; '-.._" Z  | Le��er from the ebaroiyrog  ommeree was tzoled pending:  a   meeting   with   Hn   Nygren  an increase in rat population at  this time, of year was not un-  - common and that other communities were experiencing  similar- troubles. There was-also reports of a large increase  ii* fleas,, not necessarily _the  type which bother humans.  Rats nave been seen in various  parts of the village and.  -Chairman   Mrs.   A-   Johnston  Aerial mapping  buildings. It was also suggested  the refuse dump might be another harbor for the vermin.  Sanitary Inspector MacDonald explained means of controlling them depended to large  extent on educating the public  and encouraging them to cooperate!- This would include rat  proofing buildings and the elimination of food and shelter.  He thought rat feeding stations"  could be set up, using a poison  Gibsons water survey  could solve 1 problems  VANCOUVER consulting engineer, Martin J. IDayton,  *    met with council of Gibsons last week to discuss a  proposed survey of the Chaster Creek area with a view ^ to'trick or treat far [th* ut-  to establishing the potential |and estimated cost of an tie ones anrfused v> feospitai  adequate *water system for the district. 7  ~"     Dayton had earlier sag-    - '  and Cccmcillori   Fladagar  acd  Druramcad. (  ^_��_Ecn^i' t  Objectxonto a dice-and dbaee  was registered by Mr*, S. <3*N  Uermkd Tis��armed"couikil*^ift  had read, a rep��Ht-_a the S��-  chelt Penl8SHla -Tlm�� | th*t'" jt*  Mr. Walter Gaj��c bad? jsf��ted  he wished to develop his property as a iine and dan^eLf    i  As Qiis jeoject was wdjscoi.  to fe��-owai Mrs. GarCe|<fi4 ��k  consider stib a ��"ev^ep4��s�� afc  a suitable pro^ct far-tkgt tdesL~  Coaacd. moved the IdKor b?  acknowledged and filed^. -1 ������ ' |  VANDALS STRIKE   ,    |    t '  I  **What "cin-��e do vith animals   such; as   the��."   asked'  j _      7 ���*�� page T  z     r    -|   ��� b      "    .  Tricolor \ treat  could laid siclf I  OCTOBER is the magytl moi-  th, stores display mp��Bdr*'6��  bewitdiiEg I candies, -pipkins,  masks andlwitelas Ej^githra  the air on broom sticks!' Child-"  ren's eyes'lshisej withE |be| ex��-  c2emeia:   ��snjured   bj*.|- Bftdlo-  ween, *- anticipating tie ffe| o��_.  "Erecrackerf and.- dnsi^fl ��P  in fancy costumes ta go fridk of  treating,    j. - ? f. _ J _    J  This-is fee time remember  that while tor children piay be  bursting with - energy| | ethers  are languishing is j |��spiui  bds, ;far :remo{cd hZ4m j the  Autumn, merry making.! t -  -Such little things c#t tura.  their tears; to luig~xte��. Perhaps your eMWrea wwitd lire-  Mr.  gested in a le^ta* to the municipality that cost of a suitable  system could cost between two  hondred and. three buiSJred  thousand" dollars- He assired  members ot cosmal this was no  more-, than a g^ess on his part  and that be cook! be way out.  While.i survey would cost in  the region of $2^00, it was ne  cessary b^ore a more accurate figure eoold be arrived at.  He felt tfae Piaster Oredk arita  leas ide^r suited for a con-  Crete Dam which would go to  about twenty feet in feetght-  I Opinion of the consultant was  that the decision would have to  be made, within the fiext three  page 7  -beds, or you may be Irft with  an excess "of candies" and _ especially suekert. .If .%���� Urs-  .Doroti^* Gaesac, telephone SS5-^  97*57, vtoald be happy ta package them {for the B-C. Pcfc  and Crippled Ctuldretfs Hofpi-  tal.. Vaneoinrer.  Candles fbr birthday cskes  wtmld also be wekome *s each  child has a-^ake to eelehrzte  a birtMay.L =*��� Page 2 The Sechelt Peninsulp
Times, Wed.,!Oct. 14, 196j*   p0R SALE (Continued)
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3?*AI___   BAZAAR   Sunshine   Re-
.bekah Lodge 82. Fall Bajaar
FOR membership or explosive
-requireijaeijls 'contact  F.   JJ
Wyngapjrt, 386-93-0. How* Souadj.
Farmers Institute.
2 BEDROOM  furnished bouse
- on  waterfront.  }ttd  children."
Gordon and Klennett, Secfaelt,
RC.   Phone   885-2013..   '9956144
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SMALL office in Sep helt avail-
. jjble sh^rtly'^ monthly. Ap-,
Ply bos 391 Secbelt Times.
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MODERN two [bedroom home,
Mason  RoadJ West  Sechelt.
Box IBS; Secheit; B.C.   7769-44
2-ROOM   furnished    suite   nn
beach at Selma Park, Phone
885-S367.** ! 7751-tfO
WANTED to rent-or with op-
, tion—3 bedroom home, Sechelt area. 885-9338.      '      7775-46
to be held jn
tage,- -Sechelt
q.m.-4 p.m.
the Hospital.Cot-
OctQber 22,  11
QCJOBER   23—LA    Rummage
sale.   Roberts   Creek  Legion
2 p.m.
and donutsr.
LAtWJES Auxiliary to Canadian_
1 Legion   Brajnch   140   Rummage sate, Oct, 21, 10 a.m. to 2
.p.m., I Legion
Hall, Sechelt,
ELECTROjLU*|f—vacuum  clean*
; ers1 and polishers? For . sales
and - service dontact your, local
-agent,   Syd   [Edwards.   Phone
'886-9833. _      1 9953-tfn
PLUMBING repairs and instal-
; la tions. Agent for Stihl power.
c'a^-s". Tilliciim Plumbing, Box'
316; Secbelt. Phone 885-2055..
I l 9949-tfn
_Fie!ds - Lowns - Gardens
Box 435 - Sechelf i
885,9530/ V^1
please phone evenings only
.    '    b 9722-tfn
SOUSE, fyr sale. Suit couple,
close to hospital and store's.
East Porpoise Bay, - 885-2289;
1951 FORD  for parts,  $25 or
. trade for   stove   wood,   885-'
9567. 8955-M
1950 TPLYMOUTH, good  pondi-s
tion*.   Radio and  seat, belts.
Phone 885-207$. -     7773-44
18*"CLINKER" boatr-^iiipped
--with head, two outboard mo-
tprst life jackets, oars, anchor,
•bumpers, etc. May be sent*, at
Doug's Boat Sales, North Vancouver. No reasonable offer reused.- " ! " '7?72-43.
FRIGIDAIRE fridge, good condition. 8 "ctn 1 ft., $50. Phone
885-9504. . , 9958-44
USED fridge' in top condition.
Good size, GE. 885-2084.
AT S!M?&NS" P^-ce> ^avi.S
Bay, '885-7132.,-2x4 $40 M. %
sheeting $65-M.; Cement $1.55
sack.* - Qsmj!tm| gravel - *|iJsq yd."
Road fill, 90c yard^Prain rock
$2.50 _ yard. Soil $130 yaw£
Small bulldozer loader, $6 per
hour. 7771-44
, EVEBVWING Ibr fhe burnter.
Hifles, ammunition, cases,
ground sheets, t#rps. At Walt
Nygp*s& S&l£$, Gibsons,-~ BjC.
Phoae fi£6-S303- ,  7760-lin
CAISAPJA^A    acepjridjon," U80
base,   treble   sirftch,   excellent CQftditiGfl. $J5Q- 88fi>962J_
., . '     - 'Z-      . -gsst^
ltm,¥QmX^vsX&i cents ea.
Driest, §i--.PBtfy. Offer good
.% s.bvcefcs only. Phone JB85-
2<H8, j^eq^sflgly.       38$5-42.
30"bg^jgji$ f#nge~ttfth- glass
$veu. ? b^Ucs and regulator.
Reasonable. Phone 885-9677 evenings.       _       .       _    9959-45
'  opes,    statements,    invoices
and" all" commercial printing,
contactrbthe   Times  office   at
7^9854- ' tfn
~ .'.        T'   ' > ; '   ■        ir    1 in
usgp automatic dasher $39^5,
Vfse4. annex heater $20.00,
used HcCl^ry refrigerator
$69.95, used Korge electric range $89.Q0, steel full size bedstead $1OJQ0, nisw 54" box spring
and mntlfp$$ $9897. See the
new "•TrendUaje" Tappas Images now on display. Parkers
Hardware Ltd. MarsbalL-Wclls
'Store, Sei*ett, BjC.       7764-42
EXCHANGE 8* &r top skiff-
will swap for rifle or shotgun. Walt Nygren Sales, Gib-*
sons.. 886-9303. S95444"
Port Mellon, news
^i-rf«.*"* ;*"*"
2 NEW SUPDIVi*510N$ :
forts Cove Subdivision — iidjacent fO| Earls Cove
ferry termfnol on the Sunshine Coast Highway,
Madeira Park Subdivision — overlooking Ppnfier
1 Harbour, and Gulf — 10% down — easy tern.?
anbeifance. Discount for cash*
O.SLAOEV —Madeira Park, B.C.
1  Phone 8^3-2233 ©/ phono North Vpijjsovrpr
*■■"__     —by J. Moore
VISITING   the   homes   of   Mr.
and Mrs. "k. Ferris and Mr.
and Mrs. R. Wilson, Port Mel-
- Ion, *yere"Mr.- and Airs. _ JL-
Fortier attd son Danny of Field
On holiday/at the Enemark
home is Randy Almond of Van-
, WA to Port"M.eUoh CSiurch
"will bold _a__ crib ^nd , whist
night in the church hall at 8
p.m. Wednesday, October 21,
prizes. The proceeds" will' belp'
- there -will be refreshments and
tiie cost of material - for the
new curtains In the newly dec- -
orated ball. We hope to see a
good turnout and extend many'
thanks to all who have attend-^
ed the, events in the past.
Onlyl seven  members  attended -the- monthly   meeting  of
the WA, beld on. Monday, Oct-,,
ober~$jyThe Christmas bazaar
will be beld in November, the
date to be annmmcedJater—The
Port   [Mellon    brownies - and
guides! will have a candy and/
handicraft table at the bazaar.
LA £° f&ides  ppd -brownies
held aj meeting at tbe home of
Mrs.   j K."  Gailier,    secretary*.",;
. \re$mr$r, on tup^isy. .Qctflfter;7'
6.  It !was decided  to  hold ,3**"
. jcoffeg; party and bake - sale in
-tbe church±all on October 28,'
10 a.m,'to 11::30 a.m. Contribr
utions to the J^ke table will
be received mdst gratefully. _
Last- Tuesday;-' ap .'eighth
birthday slipper was held for'
my granddaughter, Debbie, attended by jseyenJittte friends:: ,
Deborah Willis, Maureen Mc-
MqjF, Barbara Lucas, Bcvterly,r
'Fcrris,i Mgrje  Fisbe-r, .'Laurie -
Weston apd Elaiije Gant,,
- plshqp fiow^r o/ >thc~ New
Westminster Djocese will lead,
tljo, Abglica^ ^ervicp, at Port;.
i Mellon,    Community    Church.
Oct, 18, at 9;J$ ft.m.
Complete Water System Service \"
^ ; Sephelr 885-9510
f^     . "Insured Blasting
*    ' H   !,■ '  a   li i '   'I      '      I ■    "
Frnnls E. Dicker
.  BqI. Block
7 fvery Wednesday
-     fpr^ppoiotmenr
080-2U6   -
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9hott9 Sechelt 885-9669
*   fThe Houie WitftA Heart"
E, J. Caldwell, Proprietor -
- P9^7fSecb?!t,0.£.
5c9V9 «»- togs
Heavy Equipment Moying
& Log Towing
Phonff 885-4425
The* Finest \ln
For All Occosticns 1
Cowrie Street, Sechelt '
Phone 885-4455
& RAOIO Ltp.
Secbelt, B.C. - Ph. 085-9777
b .Float Ramp and , 7 ',
*b.-"   Approach      *      b
Building Contractor     /.
Phone 883-2324   ; y
HI-HEAT       x -A
for all your heating
4 Oil Co/s Finance Plans
|& %. <Cal) Tiiisley
Box No. 417, Sechelt
885-9636 — 885-9332
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Phone 886-2862
\ ;     HALFMOON BAT -".
, Emergency and non Emergency '.
calls.   Special _rates   for   0^.P»
Qualified persopnej - yjy *5
-'    *     24 HOUR SERVICE ~~   " ~
Phone 885-9927
..   , Wilson Creek
Dealers for P.M, Coriadien, Mc-
Culloch and Homelite Chain Saws,
Complete stock of all models
Parts and repair service.
Telephone 885-2228
Phone 88$-iQ{$2
■   Electrical Contractors
Appliances - Electric Heat
Phone 885-2062   ~ .
Insured work from Part Mellon *
to Pfjtggr nQibaiu
Phono B86-9946—
A. SIMPKINS-88S-2132
Sales and Service    -
Phono 885-9609
H. B. GORDON &   b
Real Estate and Insuran^e^
885-2013, 886-2191^f.
NICHOLSON'S T.V. &    ''
Now (upplyin^ ,. ,i*. :/*7
- Tfce "wnihijjo Coast
^*rf»h a 24 hour Service. - XXy
-   ^PHone 885^566jb.^
All work fuliy gubranjieedbZsl'7
Septk Tanks, fmd OrstQ Ff'$t4«
Loader yfodi> ,y
- ScreenedCeineatQraveL.
7 fill end ftiKur&a*6t
.  .. Shams 8BS.9666
Box 172-Sechelt ...
.   These electronic  brains  are.
almost} human, but' not quite, *
They  still  have  to  learn to
make j mistakes—and then refuse to admit them.
Wayne  Eberly, Selma  P/ar^'
lost 'bis wallet somewhere" id,
■ the   fiechelt 1 area,, oyer .'tbe ,
'" weekend;:It contains*^tns' in--
u emj?J[o^ent insuraMpx^^s^
% personal    papers r a'| s o   $40,.-,
Please oiotify the RCMP should:;
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■r'^S^^E*''''''*?'^ **i3SiS - \  EZ^fcZT  " ** **��? - *" -* "***-**  *   'llijb'&y^-'^-^ "*'-'r" fc -'"  -X ~ z >~X-:~"-&k~"z-''' '"���'-  r- M^^SkWt^^^sJs^ ...�� _i *.   --iV. ���������      '  ���    -  *_**      I- _ .^Fs*_.        J  ays #��� -���_��� -.,��. ����� ^ *w ::i��Jr'J  aitt.'  �� ..." -' MmSe^S  The Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wed., Oct. 14, 1964 Pegg 3  Pro-file ." ���   ���- :'.  : ���by Earl Dawe  THE FIRE engines pall away from the little house. Yoa  ;    stand in the front yard holding a: charred wad: o��  newspaper which the firemen have just finished pulling  out of the chimney.   *********   **IIWf#**f��f      *****  Gibsons firemen  b  CLEARING UP is *well under "way and rumor has it the  .   new hospital should be J*eady forbpening sometime   vvin commendation  next month. Paving has beencarried out and equipment  and furnishings will be shortly moved���in. Picture shows  driveway-to front entrance and parking area.-  ,     :- ,;  -. ;  ?" *  Joe Hately . . .  "***��� i Miii^a^m���m���m^^mmm���^mmmt  Pender Harbour  teen of the week  PENDER HARBOUR secondary, will lead off this term's  nomination with the president of the students' xoun-  _cil, Joe Hately.. Elected by acclamation, which is a  great-jhonor, indicates the esteem with which Joe is  held in student .circles.  Joe has a friendly helpful interest in other people. He plans  to make school affairs run with  just enough excitement to keep  everybody "on "their toes,'- including the sta��L  Last" year, Joe managed the  senior bays basketball team  with Sir.- Tjorhom. and rather  surprised himself by winning  the Sentpr .Boys' Cup .(tied  Frank" Anderson) at the spring  track meet. "* '   7  ' ��� When he graduates this com-  Joe Hately  e Times  Phono 885-9654  ing June, be plans-to* emer the  business-'wdrld.-To thii-'ehd, he  is concentrating on commerce* ' "cb'urises.  * although.one of-  "Tiis -friends pointed 'out,, rath-'  ��� er-"sourly, -being on univ.ers-  Jty " himself;  "Where, but in  commerce classes do you find  the most cute girls in "the  school?"  -Whatever his-motives, Joe is  showing exceptional aptitude in  ' commercial-iubjects. This, cou-  ��� pled with his "new" 1955 con-  '-vertibie,  Joe  will'take in "his  " easy-going stride.  Perhaps he will emerge as  a politiciain. He* really has  what it takes to get along in  the" world..  "Here is the .council Joe will  head: -    ._  -President, Joe Hately; vice-  presidents, Shirley Gooldrup,  Sandy Hately; secretary, Car-  lyn -Gough; treasurers, Norma ���  Joss, Cindy-White; class rep-.^  resentatives; Div*? 1, Peter Lee;  Div. 2. Esther Phillips; Div. 3,  - Beverley Ness; Div. 4. Boyd  -Bennett*f7Div. 5. Sally Hyatt;  Div. 6, Wendy Hately. Sports  representatives, .Haida, Syd  Lee; Nootka, Dick Gooldrup.::.-  RESIDENTS in Gibsons village  and   area. will  have' noticed  * a ."substantial' reduction- in*, fire  insurance -rates, - in. the past  few- months - These redactions  are riot just^giveh. -by" the underwriters,  but* are the direct  'result of "the'last inspection a��  the fire area, and -the-.following improvements:  1. The use of hydrants ."instead of stand pipes in" key positions.  2. The addition of hose fbot-.  age inventory. ""*.  3.' All trucks in the village  and the area now have 500 gpm*  pumps.  4. Tbe ..acquisition * of ^ self-,  contained 'breaching'" apparatus/  ��� 5.- Maintaining a volunteer department of 27 men consistently  .AH this bas been attributed  to the 'efforts of the volunteers  in keeping the village commis-  . sion and arena" directors * well  informed on how best to support tbe department in monetary expenditures and constant  attendance at -regular firehall  practices, keeping the equip--  ment in top notch shape.  Residents    should    also    be-  aware that the- firemen  now  have a  eompresser  to  enable  dry powder "extinguishers to be  recharged.  This  is to  eneour-  - age every homeowner to - par-  chase   a   suitable   extinguisher  for residential use. These are  highly recommended "to replace  the   Pyrene* type,   which   are  very toxic and shnnlrt be dis-  band'ed. * Extinguishers"   are '  available st local stores or yoa  may  contact the fire depart-7  ment.  The past "lev months hive  been quiet ones" far the * fire  department .and with a* little  care and thought we may keep  it that vroy .       -   -      : -  j You  explain  whit happened  - and what should be done now  ���to keep another fire from start-  * "ag. And th* way yoa do-this���  ..fee gentle tone af voice, the  . kindliness���somehow convinces  ; even these people who have  . come close to tragedy- just a  few' moments   ago;   that   the"  ~ whole experience turned out to  "   be not so upsetting as.it might -  .-"Have been, after aB-  ",��You  .get   in   tfae  .car   zed  drive back" toward the village.  - The "autumn .sun beats down:  z a woaderfyl bright hot October  day. Tbe kind of day yoa used  -. to like to see'on the prairies at  . harvest* time. A great day for  getting the hay in. - *  :; Haying-Hire was a great lime  for fami'ITles.  AH  working  together. No delinquency at hay-  " iag-time-^meng - either- parents  or children. Too busy for trouble: the way it Should be.  ���- Yoa. stop the  car and visits  ." for ". a - minute ".with a -woman "_  -.whose bay stole a car and was  sets, away to do time for a few -  months. The mother \s having -  trouble" forgetting. "Look/* yoa  say 'to her,- "that's, all aver'  cow. I hear he's got a job."  "J You kno^Uhe boy is working  .because -yoa Tiad the pleasure  . cf passing the ward to the rigit  people ��� and suddenly there  vas a job. "You know, Mrs.  So^and-so.*" yoa say, **all -a  young fellow has tolearri to do  "ii learn to thrive on trouble:  Jberi he can" never be beaten  again." It is good to watch her  'beginning- to hope ' again���remembering - that she used to  know how to be happy. - -  : Happiness���what is it? A lot  af diff&ent ideas. Some communities ~ you have seen, meet  at the church hall looking"for iL  Some meet at the bowil&g alley. Many others seeth to have  no real idea what they are  looking for.  !Back on  the farm,   thc  old  "man bad a clear idea.-"Look  -here."* he would say, "the  church is two miles down the  road that way. And you kids  have your choice: either walk  the two miles every Sunday  or else stay" here and live it -  every day of the week.** And  "visa - knew   exactly    what    he >  meant when he said "live itX  | So there were lots of times  7 wjie joa didn't get to waBc the .  .two m3e& But yoa-learned to  'live it." The old maa saw to _  it that iyaa did. 1  |At harvest-time for Instance.  _��� ii vmald te already too late and  yjai would ber Infer a taste.of  tie dd man'sbdt if tie had to.  rgfTriraf - yoa that the neighbor  was doing Ms haying all alone.  Yaa were expected to:be ova-  there . helping   witboat    being  told.  And  heaven help yoa  if  you let them pay you for it  -That's what neighbors are  for.** the old man would gay.  And after ft while you <*oaId  come to sei that it was a good  way to live���and a happy way.  - Yoa pall' the car into the  driveway. iBside the "office, rf-_  dio and telephones are sfjjEal-  Iing the _ end cf yoar' Bioinent  of peace and quiet. But by arid  large, lite is pretty good. A  man can fearn to thrive oa  troable ��� even other people's  trouble.   . -  You move into the office.  As a man, you would be pretty bard to "beat. You.are Corporal Hay-: Nelson. RC|fP, -a  man of the whole wurikl���fire-  sently stationed at SechflL  Buy your   |  Canada  Savings b  Bonds        ���  iArerage Yield to tnctxHtr  5JDG % Per Annum}  at the  Royal *  Ask far ^slicaliott fcOTT* _f  at year pearest teanch. f  Bey for cash erbynsstal-, -I  aents. Canada Saving" |  Bonds never fluctuate (in I  value, cad be cashed-any !  time for Tufl face value, [  plus interest. *-   '    t  ROYAL BANK  ANNOUNCEMENT  - *���** *���  *  The Chirt^rdefdrs Associotiwi of B.C. announces* the opening'* pf oa office for the practice  of Chirc^roctic byr     -'  .  B.-C..AIder*on_-D.G  R. K. Brodie, DX,  i~  :N. R. Schneiebi', D.C v  at GIBSONS LANDING, B.C.  - -    Mondays, Tbo��dey* ond Saht��loy/  10^v0 o.mi*��7d0 p*m*      '  1678 Morirfe Drive, P.O. Box 25     .-  Telephone 886-9843 ~  '  Fishing  Hunting  Freight  AfrTcad  mux wm services  POHF0ISS BAY  (Scehc-It)   B.C.    !i  Conimct Flying j  Siffkt��miriff~TmtT8i  Timber CruMng -*  Air Ambidmiee  \  ���pmmmt^t^iM^jtf^g&^Q^ ��%D oooK- rusHT ���- I  SeFhixtPeninsula^W*  "/ may be  wrong, but I shall not be so wrong as to fail to say what I believe to - be right,"~]QHN Atkins  Wednesday, October XJ4�� 1964        ���: j -^���  IV  Flog^ tjhe Vandals  Ali'S:  We Were  Warned  Adventure  X   ���byVeeLobb  Come, come with me, my little  love -  We'll fly on thc wings of lhe_  morning! "   - .' *,  of The corners of earth; the moun-  the     tains and seas  m  (Lacombe Globe)  SIR Winston Churchill back  1944 spoke on the subject  parliamentary sessions in  United    Kingdom    in    these -wilt be ours ere the.morrow's  words: ���. j a-dawning.  "Do. not  suppose, that  ybu     '    ���   4  can  strengthen  parliament by To the Land of the Rising Sun  riffiRB ari ma��y facttMe, miss tag fc��Ji��   forced * rely up�� ��">^K'* S S^JLlSLf'SSL rj^^���.  b i  ,. , Chairman of the Gibsons Council,, Mr. A.  .Ritchie: referred to them recently "as animals. In  /this he was wrong, he was being grossly unfair to  1 the animals for they are-usually credited with  'having some intelligence and very few of theni are  deliberately destructive. The vandals we know,  _ however, appear to be sadly devoid of all* sent-  Ibiance of grey matter. . Ir  Fortunately we have little vandalism in  pulled out and pans smashed. !   continues to be, in spite of all  That we have imbeciles among us who actually tj,e strains of modern life, the The land of the Pharaohs still,  consider themselves smart or clever, is revolting, citadel as well as the cradle     stands,  that they remain among us'to continue their acti-, of   parliamentary   institutions Behold! The Great Sphinx, and  vities is even more' loathsome. Unforutriately \ye throughout,1 the world ..." thc Pyramids  have is asociety been too long victims of modern    This quotation is peculiarly Bu_'.,t by a million bare hands!  day psychology, we no longer apply the paddle applicable to the present house  ��� aL ,.,*. L,an mnrimand anv loncer. Rather we* of commons session at 01  Zr & w'elvln'reprimand ^y longer. Rather vjd  ��Z��L>cted to smilcencouragcment and go alorig  this    ^e" expected to sm'ilecencouragcment and go  Ottawa.  There was no summer recess,  Needs must, wc take leave. ���.  To eternal snows '  - area and altliough much is blamed on the teenage   with" &* nightmare.  2,mpnt  th* percentage is excedinelv small and A< k obvious  the'house has remained jn con- Which have lain for thousands  eJcment, thdi percentage is excedingly small, and      "    J�� is��obvious from the world press, vanda- $**ni 5��ssic'n ��nd at m? Point    o{ >'ean"  af a group ��re dispise^ by normal teenagers as   lism ��s for SOme years fe on the increase, so |   SJ^Tart filhX S?iJS Whcrc-thcP0,"ri,bcar,hrivcs. ""  Nuchas by tWelders./ ,,    '   * Koi c0Ue has pJpulatfon. Nevertheless there ;is ��?^WJ^   S ^ u^r"^."^   fc .   '  i    One of! the most important facilities missing   little o*oubt the world owes no debt to its brilliant had to hustle , up.' some more Hunt *e walru!'.'-!'tab whales  from so many towns.and village^ is a public con- *   psychologists. -     |    MP's to. make  a-quorum  bf     w��'h sharp spears,  venifencej Municipalities have built them only to The quicker we return to sanity and dust off jzo>.. People  are wearying  of Au,a���_nu,tnV_,n.    tlb  " "     "    the s{rap with active application, the sooner weiceaselcss and useless political    r���2r,n i    iT*  shall rid ourselves of the one cancer which nbtj debates,  while important pro- _3��� ���?���L " V    ��-_  only Jsurps all authority but can only succeed I Jlfems cry out for solution. The Thcrcsag0?d^wa,t,nS,be.  *. \    . -   J - i   i hnnco ic mooting nvt^rv rinv nnd     tween ancient walls,  in draggu  parable iatlje middle ages.  havithe idiots smash thempupbObviously small  communities) are unable to( employ a fall time  caretaker, consequently after renewing, only to  have, a repeat performance, t|ie project isi discarded. Residents, visitors and, tourists are jthen  h i  inu wuiscivcs v* ��.w ����v v��..~.   -- -r���"! wfe       - t ioj. solution. The  Lurps all authority but can only succeed |^s Meeting every day and--  bging out civilization to a decadence coni-<| ^g^ig nowhere. It has earn- ,  ^e iatlje middle z  i^ho Said It^ First? ^^ ImH  I   *   -  where they came from?  it was Greek to me  an itching palm . give the devil his due  , a dish fit {or the gods   dead as a doornail'  ievferyihcHaking-   -\;'.{little pitchers have big  - big ears f  he has eaten me out of  - house-and home  in a pickle  sink or swim  long and short of it  too much of a good |  - thing ' ��� I  flaming youth , j  in my mind's eye - I  plain as th^ nose on \  - one's face  YOU'VE heard most of-these Expressions dozens    HigltjSchool in Milwaukee writing in The English  of times, probably used them. Any I idea   Journal, they all cpme from Shakespeare, who<^   m f*swm-    ffigtet  J^LT���!!��� '��nw  "thev came from? birth &)0 years ago is being celebrated.around tiie, &*lW***f 9    W USl When he lost her... Wc  .with fear and trembling    wona  And we go to the place of the  Lorelei  Next, we'll gaze on thc wonderful Taj Mahal  Moon-bright, that ethereal , -.  tomb!  Twas built by a Prince for his-  most cherished love  leave  now, my little dove.  t every.  what's in a name?  a fool's paradise  the green-eyed.monster-  pomp and circumstance  J bihe. seamy side  > , y ���  weiarmy heart.on myv "'*  sleevfe        -, :  .the crack of doom   the; milk, of human  kindness  a sorry sight  merry as the day is long  j Maybe you guessed some. Recording to English teacher Gladys Veidemanis of Ithe Nicolet..  I      ...        .7*        '   V  Of Many Things ...  Iby Ambrose j Hills  MEDICAL CARE ~    '_      ""  ' Even doctors, who have grave doubts about a national, compulsory medical care plan, are not wil ing to  engage- in an all-out fight against it. Doctors, Jn the  main, are convinced that in'the Jong run it will do  damage'to the quality of service they are able to give.  -' boctors fear many personsrwill abuse such a service,  and fti'ake it very difficult for the patient In serious need  of- treatment to -get it promptly. They would haye preferred that governments, inste_ad of taking over the-entire field of medical care, would provide financial help  to give care to those unable to provide it for themselves.  Or provide-a form of disaster insurance against huge  bills.  .,   "ONE sure sign of an amateur  DEMONSTRATORS who voluntarily engage m    drjver & jiu ridiculous and ���,L r       .      .,  - uhlawful acts which call for police'action to highly, dangerous antics to try Whose song toreMhe sailor to  restore1 law and order must expect to gelt hurt to get ahead of every other car     doom;  when they resist. It ill-behooves them to run cry- on the road", said the Can- The beautiful beings whose  ing for the protection of law if they are hurt in adian. Highway Safety Coun-     siren breath  violation of the law. They can have their cakb ca: f*e CowtU te. promoting Entrances and clings-and  and eat it too,. In other wotds, after engaging in ��^aH?,Jr 'S^.ffKS    drags dow? *? c0,d death*  lawless acts d!h need expect little sympathy from calIed rSltra' Dotttt and Uv*' _  people who live within the law. People who eti-    "TWf. type of drive^ether Oh^^^��n��inf.  gage in peaceful demonstrations on other occa- ��*��t** h^"cal,df^ Z a wSl,";Grc��:e*c."'^c'    -  lions do Sot get hurt. And "peaceful" in this sense JS ^"LifSlS^I Her Gl��ry'hcr^     ��  _--        .      �� e..    ,   r ir.. .   * i   people and pther vehicles,  or     come, come with me.  means observance of the law. Those who are pre- ��,�� Umse]? onIy one or' tw0  pared to challenge lawful authonty must be pre- p0siUoiB i ahead  of  the  place Now take my hand, Sweet, and  i>ardd to accept the consequences^ They may go he left the, line of traffic. Eith-     home we willgo.  running to elected representatives, or the newfs er way he gains nhthing," the Many places we've seen, many  -mecia yfilh their, complaints in the hope of get- Council saidi - marvels. And so  ting publicity, but they will certainly not .wi'*n    speed, claimed1 CHSC, is a As we flew on the wings of  public sympathy. No one condones police bru- variable thing; In darkness, fog     the morning like Mars,  tality, but there is a distinction between brutality _or^ heavy i rain,   with  slippery We'll float back in the cradle  _and the force that is necessary to restore law and pavement,  30   miles   an  hour     0f n;gjjt wjti, t|,e slars  order. And law-abiding people may ask: Whjit c0"1*5* be,too fast. When CHSC     - V  wer i they doing there, anyway? Why weren't they advises    motorists   to   "Slow Our fire's burning low, hot em*  going about peaceful pursuits like other people"? Dowr*. and Live." it is not ad-     bers are glowing;  Fun Fare  . let a fmtle be your .umbrella  vocating  ' a    crawling '. speed Our world is all dark, and to   .  which, it, claims, is often more   , rest we'll bc going. ,  dangerous than the legal limit Come, in to your wheelchair, .  since it goads others to try and    . .   ,.,��� '     . ~.  .      '  pass perilously or ruffles tern-   --tent have me behind,  pers to the danger point. "Use P'casc ��nd me your hand,-  jCorp. Jones had been overseas two years when he your    common   ^ense,"    the     Swe��      Oh! wouldstl    ^  got woS from his^wife of a newborn son. His lieu   ^SLlSSP'JlXL'Tt ��    > ' '  ..   ,,. ,      ,^ .A .    *.   .u . . ~.....L ver compeuea to dnve at the V  lenar t said: "Jones, doesn t it seem strange Uiat you ve posterf speed Un)it   Qn tte oth i  been overseas at least two years and your wife now has ^r  hand>   aon>t   dawd!e   when hUnSlline After -  abal|y?"*                                                               '      you can drive safely at that  'Oh, no, sir,** Jones beamed "There was three years speed.'-*���  _.  between my brother and me."  Modern thinking, however, seems to be tbat you  can't help the needy without helping everybody.' If the  poor man is offered assistance, it must also be given to  the* u'ch man���forced upon him, if need be. Charity is  thought to degrade the recipient. The Good Samaritan  would be-pu22led about how to Ijehave in our modern  society! "-~!   '  .  My bet is that we will have a full-scale Medicare  Plan in Canada within ten years. It sounds so attractive  ' to voters: Those^who oppose it appear tq> be meanies,  - enemies of the sick and maimed. Those" who, j having  paid  Hospital  Insurance for  years only to  find  no  hospital- bed available _when they took sick, will listen  "closely to the critics. They "will recall the fruit stand '_  . owner "who priced his bananas away below his icompe-   ,"  titor���but had no bananas to sell.       ������-"  ��� One thing is certain. If we get a national Pension  Plan plus a national Medicare Plan, the* total cost is  - going to give the family man* in the middlcincome level  so many headaches he will Wed his doctor more than  evei before. Canada is becoming a country in which  it, is best to be either very poor or extremely rich. The  middle class takes the onerous load.  After >the recent elections, a hopeful, but unsuccessful, political candidate -visited a backwoods town.  Say, Mister,", an old! fellow said to him, "hain't I  seen jyou jsomewheres?"     ]        t ]  Quite possibly," replied the politician, "my picture  was ijn all the papers."  I knowed it," cracked the native, adding cautiously. "I dejn't want to be nosey, but what was you cured  off?'t  as Quoted  food for thought  66  99  Rain  The" daisies lift their heads fi  * again,  Why do they call it the com- In welcome to thc sun,  ing generation? It_spends most who quickly dries their tear*  of its time going.     '" away,  Now that thc rain is done.   ,  The grasses straighten drooping  stalks,  Burdened with the rain,  And bushes doff, the- jewelled  drops *'  That bound them like a chain.  The birds come out from hiding  'Neath the shelter of thc trees,  And soar in heartfelt gladness  On a soft and sun-warmed  ���breeze.  f_irmen's  saying:   There  are  only  two  types-v ofj  at planes���the' obsolescent and the experimental  tiding on the freeway is like Russian roulette ��� you  neveij know which driver is loaded.  S&StIQffPsHIHSUIA^W��l  Published Wednesdays  I at Sechelt  ohB.C.'s Sunshine Coast  " j      ,       bv  Sechelt Peninsula'Times Ltd.  Box 381 - Sechelt. B.C.  \Serving the area Jrom  Port Mellon td Egmont  ���<Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet)  Douglas G. Wheeler, Editor  S. B.\Alsgard, Publisher  i Subscription Rates:  * |       (in advance)  1 Year. S5 - 2 Years. $9,  3 Years $13  U.S. and Foreign $5.50  I  } The wholerworld smiles in glad  S   . response, * ,"'"  S For sunshine's like a friendly  J     smile,  And troubled hearts are gay,  ���Philadelphia'Inquirer t-rt-'i.-.^^. . ^��   ^.,^,.-x._fclt fcrightpnsaffiy day, .*, .-..&1?  r i *0+000000mmmm*Tmi''',M'*0**0*0*<*****z    r  ->SJg^SS��S8����^^iffl%sS^SSa��E^s*wT* 1  '.������:  HtPjA"meet. *.'.  -i  Doctor, E.C.R1P. Attend  youthful sex foram  The Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wed., Oct. 14,1964 Poge S  Se/ma P__r/< chatierboxing  ��� hem here cfld there  ennMn,��� ,. - MR. AND'MHS. <*ack Clarke from Egmont, will be new  SECHELT PTA held ,their monthly meeting; Wednesday, **���       tenants af (fee Lopatecki home in Selma . . . Mrs.  '  October 7 in the Sechelt Activity Hall. The meeting   Marsh will be leaving us, her: home has been purchased  which-watr curtailed to^ allow extra time for the guest  speakers; was highlighted, by the election of Mrs. Florence Jeffries as delegate to attend the annual border conference to be held in Vancouver, November 6.  r Mrs. S.'.E. Waters .was elect  ed corresponding secretary and.  TUr. W. Beld, principal of Sechelt   Elementary   School- ad-  . dressed    parents    encouraging-  "them* to take.any problems concerning -their childrens* school  life," .to him-for discussion.  *- Mrs.  Margaret Lamb,  presi-  ;dent of the PTA said that this  meeting   was    primarily concerned with .the problems- fac-.  ing youth today "and introduced  Sirs. W. .Rankin, girls counsellor a.tElphinstone High School,  to the assembly. -  ' Moral-education," Mrs.   Ran-'  kin   said,, was   not   actually  taught - as   a   subject   in  high  school but instruction Avas given * to -students   from   grades*  seveh to .twelve  which  came'  under tbe health and guidance  . program.  -  Leaflets were banded to the',  parents,   summarizing. this  ��� course and Mrs.-Rankin very"  lucidly    explained    how    the  course, helped - students- adapt  themselves to. school.life and  the standards of behavior ex-c  pected to be maintained. Guidance towards  maturity- is in-,  eluded-in -the  course  at  thd  grade   nine' leveL-. Grade   ten-  ���cpversL*medical science, dealing-,  mostly, with common .diseases,  -community -health is also discussed, . where  local  problems  ever detection Is -not easy ar  ' the * victim -usually;, contracts  - this disease, through an' illicit  relationship, which would be'  revealed on admission of the  complaint - A vigilant. parent,  however,- ..would soon-" notice  that the youngster is desperately worried about something  and on tactful enquiry would  probably find, the cause.  Another question asked was,  what would a'-parent do if a  child was found to have venereal disease? Dr. Swan replied  that the "child should visit a  doctor without- delay. At this  stage CpL Ray. Nelson of tbe  RCMP stated Out two other  bodies were concerned with a  'case. of _ VEr _ was reported,  fiamely, the public��� health authorities nBS the: RCMP: It is  necessary for* the Victim ty df-  vulge tire name: of the person  they hold responsible for their  condition, who also receives  compulsory treatment.~A."~very  careful investigation is carried  out in each instance which explains the low* incidence, dt tbe  disease in the province of B.C7,  said.Cpl. Nelson,   "j  _.  To. conclude the�� affairs of  the "'meeting, CpL Nelson spoke  stressing lhe~ fact tbat all  youngsters are; by J their -very  nature, inquisitive and if their  by Mr. and Mrs. Watson frord Wilson Creek ... I also  hear the Tilletston's home hasr been sold . . . many changes around our district . . . that was to be expected wife  the hospital opening -in our inidstt  Short visit to school by Sis  ter Veronica from ISiorth Vancouver, only for few _ hours,  all too short. She Is now Mother Superior at Durieu Convent  in North Van, but misses us  - all.   Many   folks   op   for-this  long   weekend,   getting   their  - places in shape to withstand  the winter' weather. Nice to  see all homes occupied if only  - for few days, hope ve have s  nice weekend for them tH. Bad  ��� a couple of fire calls during*  ..week, one at Porpoise Bay to  a chimney Ore, other to our  Selma &rea% this one they  could sot find . .. Seems someone phoned them there was a  fire, they came, bat eooM find  en fire . . .This Is ser joke,  to call out the hoys for  .nothing. They are all votun-  'teers, have, to ran from their  jbrbs, get oat fhelr equipment,  fear out ta a. fire, aM-ffieu  find it was for nothing. This  is a- very mischevieus piece of  business, aad a poor joke at  any time. Gable to a fine if  caught. These men take their  jobs seriously and very cons-  . cientously. and certainly don't  deserve these kind of tricks.  Felt bad a few years ago when  I lived at .-Wilson Creek, my  little -house   was - back   from  very fine evening promised you;.  A' hridge dub will take over,  different Sat. nights, if enough  players can be found. If yoa  want lo play bridge, phone Ber-  nie DuVal, Jit Selma, give him  your names, and he will let  you know date.   - - *  - Miss Carol Groves, representative from <H clubs was  a guest at tea and meeting at  Selma Community Hsfl Monday  afternoon, where she addressed  mothers add girls, who are  starting 4H art and eebtsomy  club, meetings" will be this Saturday afternoon tad approximately every three *eefc* tf-  Jer this date. ���  ��� How about the property earmarked for c golf eotstse, -what  are we gtting to do-with it,  a woaH~6e t very.Doe" effort to  fa after this. A golf course  would be a natural for this area, and_no doubt we would be  -amazed at the number of people that would take advantage  of this course.  f In Squamish they founded a  curling club which will be opened this week, folks bought  shares* to build plant and become club members, with all  privileges of the club. Noh  members   are   also   welcomed.  . mby be: introduced7and career  --parents cocld not satisfy them.    ^JT^J "ZL*  -X^Xc^me    **f * t0 ^? *��  planning .is    included:'Grade-  they, would..seekbtotematibn^ ^S&i^^J^^^.1^faBteailS^ -��T-<tt��k *  eleven is rather more special-  .elsewhweT.-probaWy,^��rDmoaa.rg^T?^ ***** ^.W���.--BiBj��ie   U&s, rbut   har'ode -  the' road, ahd on* a very dark - Point ^ ^y baat ^ ^j,  ^  wet night I bad a chimney fire,    J^sset to the community. Why  2: araund "here?  lized. covering elementary psy-  i ehology with some physiology.:  1    An interesting!' phase*uf Mrs.  Rankins talk, was the result of  a questionnaire given to grades  ten and eleven girls at Elghin-  tone High School.- It- indicated  .that, die-majority .-ofti.studentsj  were, aware - that .dating.- too  carly7did, present problems and  .also  distracted  students' from  their studies. They were unani-  undesirable    source.    He.- also  listed   10   infallible,   rules   for  "raising-a -misfit-'and-observed  that in 90 per cent of. the cases  her had encountered, thei .cause  of delinquency could be directly  ..attributed to .the home environ-'  * ment  Thc " meeting. terminated - on  a lighter tone, with refreshments being served and Mrs.  Rankin and Cpl Kelson on-hand  rrious in the request for more_ to   further   discuss. any   other  Information refatiftg to. sex,.'  Mrs.'.- Rtfnkin mentioned* that  some parents find iit- difficult  to discuss even the changes in  bodily,-functions which adolescents experience. It.also shows  that students were:: aware of  thc [existence of venereal dis-.  ease and.how it is spread; this  b?ihg a direct .result .of the-  film shown at the school last-  year.  Dr. R. A'. Swan, who spoke.  after Mrs; Rankin, replied to-  Mrs. Lamb's " <fuery,* -stating -  that-, two. oral   contraceptives  questions - which parents cared,  to raise.  .placer"ccAilrf 'not 'see "ai^ tire,''  as it was'down'by .then,-they  ,'finally -found* toy: i>lac*,' aad  all (frove'lH. I "felt real gnilty*,  they were all ready;with their  nose,  and -axes,' bless'* 'eftr.  I"  disappointed7 tfaerif,    bat- tiafcy"  certainly tried to help, it was  not   their' fault   tbfiy   caoldn't  find the place. Bat a false alarm is a pretty serious thing,  let's   remember   that    please.  First "crib game at Semla Saturday, night very ***& attended,  room* for a   few  more  and   a  Need happy homes '.-. ��  Eleven hundred children  r i      ___^ _ -   seek parental security  seems  to come up  with  any���  thing  concrete.  Xow - w* hare  some, very fine acreage avail---  able,-I'm   sure-this  could  be*;  turned-into  a" real community ���  "dub "effort,   let's 'bear/from,  same of onr comsmnify mind-  ei folk. My TV set *eot "Kaput" and with tfae world series  oa this  is  a  tragedy, believer  me. All the years Fve had it  going great guns, bow die most  important time of the year., it  goes. Jnst caift win. |  ;Mrs.  "Anne    Bartssi    school  ���board secretary for area is re-~  tiring. She will be missed 1>y  board for over the pears she  has done a very fine-jab and  will   not. be   easily   replaced. -  There has been a great deal    ;  of work and time put into this  year's trustees, and represents  atives^ reports, and when school  board   meetings   come   up   in  your area, it would pay you to  attend and find out where your  FALLL-'-r   * ;-  FASHIONS  ARflt-  if -!*'':.  "���':��� -:  M0R6ATS -"j.  MBiSWMR  SiJITS  Tailored to fil  your jevtry day  need for fait.  Bt/fikem now ~m  . your favorite 'r  hytes.  '     '��� *���   i   -.-��� ��� ,f     ������ J  -���.: .' *, ���.'���"��'-,* -*-'1  T ��� .-  *., .   . -'*:. - ��� '���   $ t  *���           a .j. ..-. ,*. t.�� ~   *  I ���'  "���- ' '. ;.*   :��� 'V.  P      -   *    }   - . i ���  * ���.       *- -    i '  .-' ' ���   -.: i "���  h.     ..,     ��"<-***...'  k ���- ���       '   ��� .   *  t ��� 'V'"'.:'-..  v   .'' 5   *���     4*  i i * ������  .i*-   **:   j*-' A  :��� . -  ��.-   -\!   \ t\t. I  "���      -i   *   ^   ���* *    III' ��A  x-,rA-y\'\J/M%  "'��� - ������������_. t -'-i , ' l-r  ' *   ."* \    - .  AT THE PRESENT time there are approxintately eleven      hundred chUdren in British Columbia alone^ who are   money  goes,  and what it is  doomed to spend their childhood in the austerity oi in-   spent for X. .with area expan-  werc on ihe market,- but vvere    5^^^ uniess parents can.be found fo adopt them,  obtainable only on a '��'�����*��'�����    ���" ' c    doctor's  prescription and could not be  purchased in large quantities  by -any >one person, he- thought  it most unlikely that teen-agers  had access to these drugs.'- Replying, to.a question _on_ venereal disease. Dr. Swan "stated  that, this is cured quite*, easily,  today, once it is.detected, how-  tnstitutions can provide everything except that one essential fqimdation on which happy",  well balanced maturity can be  Built���the - security,: which only  laving, thoughtful parents can  provide. j  Surely a Kotne of his own is  the least a newborn infant cab  DEMOLAY    1  TURKEY DINNER  ' - 1  *���  j~ i  at Masonic Hall/  Roberts Creek, BX.  OCT0B��ft f 7ih at 7:00 p.m.  TICKETS AVAILABLE ��OM  MRS. HARRY SMITH, GIBSONS, B.C.  expect. Yet hundreds of children-must struggle to maturity  Without this! most basic of hn-  San right*.! At .the same time  ere" are cMMleis homes that  want more eMMreo:      -  Through j carefully planned  adoption, the needs of these  children and the, hopes of such  families can be fulfilled.  - As you read this, there axe  "many children from infants to  adolescents, awaiting new parents. Families interested in ad.  option should know that income, reH^oa or nationality  need be no bar to adoption.  Good health" and'-a happy-marriage are important. The department of social welfare welcomes all -enqufrira. If yect  have any questions about adoption, phone ; or write: Department of Social Welfare, Room  201, 800 Casslar Street, Vancouver 6, B.C.���telephone somber is CYpress 9-9131.  Our two-year-old has enriched the language by giving  "Okay" its f appropriate opposite,  "NokayJ* -  ding,  and with population increasing at the pace it is, new  schools are In the picture a-  gain. : Transportation, f to   ami  from   the. schools,   many   important matters on the coming  agenda,    1   feel   communities  should be interested ind folks  shouH turn out to support, or .  decry spending.of money . . .  ypa have tids right, meX '���"  f Mrs.  Ruby Breeze, away to  California for a motrtS's vaca-  tk>n.Hope she gets some real  sunshine,   wish  I  wefe  going -  myself.   T'hank.giving ;is   upon  .  us agate, lers five thanks to  the- good Lord, for all %e have,  far our health, for the fine cC-.  mate,   no   terrific   storms   or  hurricanes. # Httle rate, some-  beautiful suiKfaine. lovely  sunsets, gardens s^HI looking great  .| .   . *faH  leaves,   aM   fresh  greens, could g�� oil id infiflf-  tam. For all this let's be truly  thankful. From a bulletin . . . .  '"God   whispers   to  us   in  oar  Measures,  talks  to  ui   in our -  troubles, and shoots to us in7  otir agonies/* '.   \    ���    ''  f   FOR  QUICK  RESULTS  USB   TIMES   CLASSIFIED  Choose here the Suit  that will put yes bt  _   yo��r b��t Hf th&  important occasion with  reedy mode or mode  to measure.  j- / ������   -  i -.  MemWekr  dcMLt  I l  Phone* 885-9330  AS  \i  i **^5  :?  \'S V.  Nine to Seventeen  YOUNGSTERS OF the St. Augustine's "Indian Redden  tial School Band, Sechelt, are from | many parts of  -   the. Province. Youngest member nine-year-old Allan Harry, , third year at the^chool, first time in| the band, hails  fromSteveston, B.C, He is flanked by the eldest rhem-  [    ber*!seventeen-year-old Leonard Pierre, left, of Mt.'Cur-  riejiand Drum Major Brian pilson of Church Houge.  -i   Canadian scene . . .        Special Chrisfimas stamp  first in Postal history  THE FIRST special Christmas-stamps, in Canadian, pos-  |tal history will go on sale October 14,|it was announced! recently by the Honr John R. Nicholson, postmaster  general. There will be two stamps of similar design, a  blue five cent denomination and a red three cent issue.  The. stamps,  which  will  be i    ' -  printed by" tbe steel engraving    wsrds "Xraas  1898", the 1964  intaglio  process,  will show  a    issues are thle ' first Canadian  In  THE  Your Garden  ���By your gardener ��� The Old Rake  SMALL fruits-, raspberries, currants and gooseberries will require to have some old wood removed.  at this time. In the case of raspberries all of last year's  fruiting canes should be cut out at "ground level.  weak  Any weak new growths can  also be removed and three or  four new strong^canes can be  allowed to. remain for fruiting  ��� next year. Make sure- tbat these  are properly tied so that they  are- not damaged <by. winter  winds. This is a good .time also'  to   give   the. bed . a   thorough  .weeding and apply rotted manure or compost to,be-washed in  during thp winter.'  Generally speaking'the bush  Page 6   * The Seeheft: Pep.  Times, Wed., OcfchU, 1964  -7    '-X , ���:*-. i;   ���  Engraved desk set  for village clerk  FIVE .years-of dedicated .endeavor terminated * at*'^ adjournment of last regular meeting of Gibsons Village Council,  with .the presentation of a beautiful engraved desk set to retiring clerk, Jules Mainil.  ' In making the presentation.  Chairman A. Ritchie expressed  the "sincere good wishes ; of  -council and thanked - him 'for  the loyal -services rendered  during his five years as village  clerk.       - ���.    - ,  Mr, Mainil" in thanking mem-  bers for their kindness, said-he  had been very happy: working  with council and had'/greatly  appreciated the co-operation received from them -over the  years.    *'_J __ b i   ' *~.  ��� Asked his plans for the* future, Jules told "The Times,"-"I  have no plans at thc moment  other than to devote lots.more  time to working on my property in the district.^      '   -  Scouts, Cubs visit  Jr. Forest Station *  APPROXIMATELY   25   cubs  and   scouts��� from. Gibsons  area�� were, entertained recently at the Evans ' Lake' Junior  Forest' Station,  Squamish:  The event; sponsored by- the  Kiwanis,- was thoroughly . en/  joyed by tho lads, UBC forestry  students and junior forest wardens provided information on  tree Identification'* and' 'growth  and the use of forestry'instruments.     <      '->"���'��� z       '"���  A - demonstration "on the - use  of a portable water pump was  given at the lake-side together  with instruction on the, use of  four, inched or so, therefore the  buds on the bottom part of the.,.fire , fighting   equipment   The  'cutting ' can   be ' rubbed   'off.    boys'were  allowed  to handle  Black currants'raised from cut-,. and-txse. the, water pump  tings' will bear! friiit '-'ia two  years' but thte' other two' cur-,  rants land gooseberries' "fake  longer.* -' , -r"'  family group\of a man, a wo  man and two children in silhouette, walking, off towards a  "Christmas star in a typical  Canadian winter scene. The design! is intended to express the  feeling of Christmas as. a religious-and family occasion, and  at tjhe same I time to portray  the scene in a Canadian environment. It is' also intended to  postage stamps intended Especially for use on Christmas  mails. The three cent denomination is the stamp normally  used for unsealed Christmas  cards - and the five cent issue  is die usual rate for first class  or sealed letters. -  Although   thle   special   issue  will be .honored as postage any  fruits-require similar treatment  to keep! them productive. Each  year after the fruit is finished  any wood older than four years  is best removed. To understand  why, it jshould be noted that  the new wood starts to bear during thei second year, improves,  the thirl year and reaches its.  prime in the fourth. To keep  this desirable state, two or no  more tiban three new strong  growths sjhould be allowed to remain each year.  '* Only-809r of the households  have telephones.' We knew that  'somewhere, sometime, somebody must get clear through  his favorite TV 'program without being called to the phone.  To further illustrate fighting  ,,#��}?,,. dee_o int,the fprest^ti^  , movie was��shown .on .Jeremiah,  one of the worst forest fires in  modern  times". ,  Lunch - and  transportation  to  ' ahd from ^the -forestry   camp,  wer# pr'oVifled by the Kiwanis  clubs.       ..''..  FOR  QUICK  RESULTS  USE   TIMES   CLASSIFIED  time, the stamps will be with-  tie p-with" the study of the drawn from 'regular sale at  family's place! in contemporary    post "office! wickets in  Bushes  family's place! in contemporary    pos  Canadian life I which was held    ly after Christmas,  last | summer under tbe s~*pon- '  ��� '**  sorsliip of ��� the  Governor  General and Madame Vanier,  The present design had been  decided upon' Mr. Nicholson  said, after studying and rejecting dozens bf sketches and  drawings by a variety of Canadian artists.  1898 Canada pro-  immediate-  giie new|stahips are both in  the regular small size, similar  to- the general, issue postage  stamps. A1 total of 100 million  five cent stamps and 300 million three cent stamps will be  printed.  are like humans, they  The   stamps  engraved   and  Although, in  duced   a   stamp   bearing' the  were   designed,  printed  by  the  Canadain Bank Note Company,  Ltd., of Ottawa.]  NOTICE TO ELECTORS _  Annual List of Voters  ; I . i       -    *  Notice is hereby given that a Court of Revision  , will sit at/jthe Municipal Hall, Sechelt, ori the second  dpy of November next from the hour of ten o'clock  until the hour of twelve o'clock in the morning, for  .the purpose of hearing and determining any applica-*  ./tiph on the part of any person to be adde<J| to the list  '���of Voters,]and remove any names incorrectly placed  ' tnereon.* ', '    , p  I The Ijst of Voters as corrected and revised by the  Court of Revision shall be thot used at jthe Annual  Municipal! Election to be held in the month of December 1964. j J  i      - E. T. RAYNER, Clerk.  MtiA*  A.  have an'allotted life span. When  a they-get too old they are best  replaced with new ones. They  can be -propogated very easily  by   means, of Huttings.   This  means, liropogation    is    only  worth while when the cuttings  aije taker from healthy bushes  that- are} heavy croppers. Cuttings ai*c  most likely to succeed when they are taken as  soon as p>ssible~~after thei young  shoots have become hard and  well matured, which is usually  at .the end of September, ft is  always best to wait a few weeks  than to u >e shoots that are soft  and immature. Red and white  currants and - gooseberries can  have shoots ten to fifteen inches long u ;ed but black currants  do better when the cuttings are  eight   inches.   After   removing  the top itch or so of unripened  wood thej cuttings should he cut  just aboy; and below the bud.  They cap be rooted in a cold  frame of a  sheltered part of  the garden. It will be noticed  that with ill these cuttings buds  will   apptar   here   and   there  down   their .whole   length.   In.  the    case   of   black   currants  these bud; should-never be taken off. Red and white currants  and   gooseberries   require   different treatment as they do not  "sucker up" as black currants  do. These three fruits are best  grown  with  a  clean  stem of  aMMWWWWMWWWWWWWWVMWIWWMUWyWUtAJWIUUUUIW.iMUUMMWMIIMMMMWV*  TWILIGHT THEATRE     , -  Gibsons��� Phcino 884:2827 7    7 ��.* x) X  * 7    an overling shows: 8 p.nte"    '               '"*_'���   Children's Motinee, Soturdoy, 2:30 p.m. -  .   Wednesday, Thursday., Friday, October 14, 15," 16  Jack Lemmon - Kim Novak  NOTORIOUS LANDLADY  1 Comedy ���        r     ���,  Saturday Matinee,-October 17  ABBOTT & COSTELLO IN HOLLYWOOD  ' Comedy ���  Saturday/ Monday, Tuesday, October 17, 19, 20  Boris Karloff - Dorothy Gordon  "    THE HAUNTED STRANGER  Horror-Suspense*  Tfie National Film Board Proudly.  !   *      PRESENTS  "International Focus"  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,  Gibsons,   starting   October   4th   and   continuing  through   the Winter until March 20th.  -TRis 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 $5.00. Programmes at the  theatre. A nice way to spend a rainy Sunday afternoon.  QMwwtMMMMMnmvimwwini  wwnwmmiiaMmnnniiiwuHHHHiMWM^iii  Bfl9$*��-"|A-*^^jtf.^,V7J. ■ School band
"UNDER THE guidance of Brother McDonald and Ray
Billows, the Sechelt Indian Residential! school band
:has commenced practice again and has every promise
—of becoming a popular group in the district: Ten members are missing from last year but have been replaced
by promising newcomers. Very little funds are.available.
.to maintain the band, the bugles were a gift from a
school at Mission which closed down, and great credit
bis due to instructors and youngsters for what they have
accomplished with so little.. ..      -.-'.-      '■
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Ndn denominational , . / - . •
.   .    .      .    _    .... .. ** *
Womens Missionary Group
provide help for lepers
FIRST MEETING of the season was held by the Womens' Missionary .Group, in the Pender Harbour Tab-
.erhacle on Wednesday, September 30.
Meeting   once .a   month  for
over a year, this small group
- has  accomplished   mucb._ Two, [
-large quilts  and three . singles
■ ones have been made, and the
. ;group, is- presently working on"
-> squares ■ for - another. The .quilts
, are. sent, to missionary groups,
to be distributed amongst the
. 'lepers   in -Korea",; China . and.
-.elsewhere..-   ,       ....
Aid disabled * . .
Unitarians' help
given to children
THE UNITARIAN Service Committee of Canada is well-
known for its work with those that are hungry and
with, those that have been hard hit by fate. The following article is designed to help us understand just what
this is all about. ■ ;	
tact the following for pickup or
information:   Mrs.' B.  Higgins, -
Mrs.   A.   Walker  or   Mrs.   B.
Warnock.. '
MORE ABOUT ...   	
from page 1—
Chairman    A.    Ritchie . wherr
»™.    ■*.-  j      tt   i„ Erie Prittie and Norm Peterson-
te-   The   Pender   Harbour  group.   told n,^ ^ vandalism in tfae
also collects,. sorts, and repairs;, 1^^    Parfc..   "Washrooms
.Used • clothmg   tor - dfetnbution-  have-again been broken into,"
'where most needed*.-Old white _-toey,compIained,.\"pne wall was*
-shirts  are de-collared, -sleeves   ,puIled  mtr  locks : broken  and"
.shortened and.ties sewn on for  -toilets   were   pulled -from   the
-^h??-P**»1   .eoi*r^;..^-f^*?rs--i.walls,.-if,[t continues we will,"
*   are unravelled and' reknlt feto  'h*ave ^ consider p,n;ng them
afghans and quilts.     _''-.'"' down." " --"
--   -This is a non-denominational     " "They -did   the 'same   thing
."group   and   anyone   wishing, to-   with    thi    municipal- wash- *
^ (.spend one or two afternoons a-.rooms," said Councillor Flada-
-month,   in  a   worthwhile .pas- . gar,  "rocks  were ■ -put in  the
time, would .be. welcome. Any-., pans the .very first day they
"- one _ wishing to. dispose-of old    were opened."
clothes, bedspreads,- sheets or- Consideration is to be given
.gotten -scraps -should-—leave - to. steps available to control
;   uiem at "the Tabernacle or'con-" the hooligans-responsible.
Dressed in torn trousers and
a threadbare jacket that could
not hide the hump between the
shoulder blades,,the new boy
"savoured the warm scented air
of the building where they bad
brought him.- In the distance
he heard children laughing and
half hidden by a post, he watcher four boys on crutches playing ping pong.
A sign informed him that he
had entered the Sam Yook Disabled Children's Home sponsored by the Unitarian Service
Committee of Canada in Korea.
On that December morning in"
1958 they  found him, huddled
Gibsons water
-^-frwn page 1
5*ears as to arrangements for-
an area water system. Partial
.scheme costing blithe, region
of $10,000 was discounted by
Councillors Fladagar (k Drummond, Mr. Fladagar commenting, he would prefer lo see the
S1Q.00O go toward a more permanent project.
-Councillor Drummond"seconded a motion by Councillor Fladagar that Mr. Dayton be authorized to proceed with tfae
proposed  survey   at  his   early
in the nook of a market stall -convenience. This woofo-not be
record for Gibsons
FIRST TWO weeksjof September saw sunny skies, only
— to give way to cool; wet and unsettled conditions.
Thus recording the wettest September on record, here in
Gibsons.b. —        -.-     . \
Nearly three times the normal precipitation was recorded. Temperatures also were unseasonably cool as
indicated, in the following tables: 1
Sept.  1964 Norm.  -   Extrem.
Rainfall    - —- 6.35"       2.34"      6.35" (1964)
Days, with* rain    *   -   ■ •-   12 8 . 12      (1964)
Highest temperature 72 80:        84      (1955)
Lowest temperature 40 40"-   .   .35-     (1961)
Mean temperature'       - 54 57 54   _-(l%4)-
Like early September, early October shows signs
of the much awaited Indian Summer—let's hope it* lasts.
Royal ~Academy ofx
^Dancing Syllabus
Charter Member-.C.DXA. B.C. Branch .
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Assistant teocher Penny Lea Davis
' •  * Phone'Mrs! VvJ.'Dov^886^2009 or     _
•-, ' or Mft. Feamleyr8 85-2244 or write
Vancouver 15, B.C.
in Seoul, trying to forget the
pangs of hunger that gnawed at
his stomach. He could scarcely
remember .when he had not
been hungry . . , not only" for
food,- but for someone to talk
to, someone who would -not
shun Wm because of. his deformity. -
.*.-A little gW on a tricycle smiled shyly at him- as she rode by
and" he felt the first glimmer
of acceptance into the human
race. What' would be tiie future
of this 14-year-old hunchback
without a family or friend in
the world? Sometimes bis eyes
had "strayed to the bridge aver
the Han River where many peo-.-
ple flung themselves into tfae-
ice cold water to bring an end
to all their problems.   _   .
Half a world away a "groap
of young eager students made
an application to the Unitarian
Service Committee of Canada
for a Korean orphan. They wanted someone, preferably a boy,
with whom they could correspond. At USC Headquarters. S3
Sparks Street, Ottawa, tfae life
of .this unhappy boy became
mystically bound to Canada.
For the first time in his existence Duk Kyoo felt the concern
of people he had never seen.
The years passed in a happy-
flow of warm letters while his
young friends in Canada held
concerts and bake sales to renew the annual $96 for his adoption. With their encouragement and the specialized counselling ?"»* vocational guidance
in the home, his - confidence
grew and he mastered the skill
of printing and engraving.
Early this year the USC social
team found him a job in an Engraver's Shop.
In one of his last letters to
the Canadian- friends he. had
grown to love he said: "Everything I have today I owe to
your warm love and continuous
help. With this skill I can live
myself, I think."
- The Unitarian Service Committee of Canada is_ a non-denominational, voluntary agency
giving help overseas to those
in greatest need. The USC is
currently appealing for 330,000
Friendship Dollars to sustain
its 60 major projects of world
relief, with the warm endorsement of Canada's Prime Minister.
The   Sechelt   Pen.   Times,
Wed., Oc£b!4, *64 F*S* T-
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Our irhelps;
WHEN thef motor vess& Ileia
Hoyer sails from Victoria for
England later this month, she.
r will carry k cargo of coastal
fir timbers |to be used In construction of the world'* largest coding, tower. •
The cargo, consisting ol
SZjOOo board feet of selected fir
timbers, all 31 feet lor*, was
cut by British C*Q-umMa {Forest
Products people. \ The gmfoers
go to Hoi! Yorkshire.-for t delivery to the constructi|n Jsite
at WHfoo, northeast YotjfcsMre.
Role of cooling towers In preserving water farms a story as
interesting as the fact thpt B-C."
Cr holds af cherished p|aei in
construction! the world cfre4 of
special interest now Tie* ben
B.C. forest "products industry is
going foil Hast.   ; t    I  -
The use ef cooling to#ers to
recover - water from industrial
processes is becoming? 4°*^
w i d e"-sprcid, partieulirlyr to
areas experiencing a growth ht
population and industry^ I.
- If these | areas lack I rif ers-
wfaich can be harnessed fo produce hydro-electric power," they
tarn to steam turbo-generators
to produce" electricity. Water is
converted to steam-in biters to
drive tiie turbines, after whicb
tfae expanded steam is: cooled
and condensed for re-ose". Very
large volumes of water are required for cooling and condense
ing the steam.  A A -'■
If tfae water supply is abundant, this cooling water Is only
used once and then returned to
the river or lake.7 If the water
supply is limited, steps must be
taken to cool and re-use the water. This is jthe function of -the .
until toward the year7 end and
will be completed early in the
Dew year, which meant the expenditure will come within
next years budgeL
-. ;FoDowing a remark by Mr.
**faytpn..tfaat.Be thought ectmefl -„ ?»^;to^if !i^ff|f
was going in the right direct-    " ,       "-.       &   '
—ion.   Councillor   Fladagar .replied that-^the ^ituatief -had,-tp-*
be faced up to and that once *a
^ait was made he s*m no rea-
- sbn why both sewer~and iwaWr -*.*-
■ systems should not be completed. " :      A '■
Aerial  mapping5' of the  water
_ area  win - be - included  in  the
planned survey.
.••Let the kids campUm,*"*
says a child expert, 4*it*s good
for~them." In other words, a
boy's best friend" is his mutter.
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Evelyn Haye*
Abvte P**t Office.  .
Orttutf ««4 S»ftla#
1 adder to Saturday 9.5 :
-"^cur StMrwcy'Tci   - .
H«»Y Beauty"
Phone 8S5-9525
Centennial Committee
*   ■■ needs   i
Your Sugg^-stions
* Project must be of lasting significance
and provide maximum benefits to all
People of Gibsons area.     | I
* Grants available in vicinity] of $3,000.
* Submission:must be mailed^ptideposited at Thriftee Store office,   j
■** All Suggestions, must be in \by Oct. 31
/ h -  ' b*  i' "  Page 8 Tlw Seehelf Eenntettte Timefr Wed, 0W*S4,*t964  ... ������ ��� *       ������������������ ��� ���'   '" i'i '  WorldsJcttgest ��� ���. . p:  ' '��*���������������"������������"'���pmp***'"****""**^,��������****��������������. -. ^ ^   ,- , ^..  Tenders called for       3  two mammoth barges   .  bt��NI>fca& PO% emts&t*^ fo&-  ges^.the largest coveted badges m the world���and  a powerful 140-foot tug-it* towithett^have been called for  by Kingcome Navigation Cojnpany Limited, the marifte  division of MaeMillan, Bloedel ahd Powell. River Limit-  led.    "',"''* '  I  The catgo house, on eaeh of  /Kthe barges ,%vill provide cargo  "s^ace-equal-to'the length of a  -football field. The- cargo area%  ' will be clear, space, 22 feet iff  height without a beam or par-  ! tttion. in the cargo area."  lengtb,of WO feet. It will have^a  36-foot* beam' ahd a draft of Jl  feet. _-*owe* will come from  twin diesel engines with ,3,000  shaft horsepower driving, twin  screws and If-foot pro��eiler��.  With-loaded tow it* will'.nvaRe  !  , ^e>iw esuipmenVdesianed -jg*t SS'^J^JSA  by Vancouver-Architect ^^^  two paper mills in B.C.  will  papers.  Recently the NDP went onr a  A P1RETTY district and a pleaisant play park marred necenuy me ����r ������. v�� �� ��  ������ ����. ������  hv ugliness left in the wdke lof 'litterbtfg��. Councillor new t��ck an* launched a pub- Francisco   and   Long  5 Sam Dawe complained of litter deposited .along road lie   ciimpaign^for the   rule eaufonjja..Ther, sew  'Sd?��d ottterStions. In ttis ca^e household garage chants, tacHnft ft new idea mark thc first time .thi  had be^rf dumped in the IfackettPkrk refuse-Container.  :piayi&l; hands had seen fit fd deposit it  side.,* I -""     i '  along the road-  Ottawa report  OTTAWA���Parliamentary  little like those mice in  I The Times' Ottawa bureau  reformers in, Canada are j a  ix,,,..,, i*~�� Ww (he old fable who; decided to;  rbeH;thecat t$ien eonldn't de ;ide. who was going to do it  andrhow- 'I -    r~  ning a canny and confusing opposition that seems to have the  government going around in  circles.  He waits imtfl. the Commons  is into a debate, he feels out  the "government's 'position  for  I  > ... The tiger they're* out to' tarn  . i \is .Opposition? teader Jfofin Die  j ��� fenbaker.j They  have  the_hell  .:L ready in Ithe foritf! of a simple).  ; sounding! change in.the  rules  *>of   Parliament,   fcat    th��iy*r<jj  i��! jostiingj and fighting about who  '-..;. Is going} to tie it oitb  . ]|  This I is  how* the; ; new  rule  ���J"would Iwo'ric:. Before ' evjsry de-  ?>-bate, rep^e^entaUves-^Jfi'dn parities woutd jit, down tqjtpr tp  jjt'agree drfbabfixed *numbfet of  '*days for Ithe debate.  j'*"   If they couldn't agree unanil-  :. mously.ij then the debate would  "�� run on !as long as the present  rules allow- In other, words,- no.  " cure (ajpart 'from closure) has  - 'yet-beejn worked out for tbi  * tfag debates.-   ���        ��� ���   , * *  But if all parties agreed, thp  ., time limit would be binding on  * ! everybody.-At the end of the  -' agreed i. number  of  days,   the  : talk would r end and1 the Gon-  ���   mons' vl-ould make its' decision.  The  only ' rear* effect  of  ajl  - this would be that Mr. Diefenbaker would have to. give advance   warning   of   his   next  move. As' it is;.now, he's run-  iJohn Hind-Smith  Refrigeration  PORT MELLON  TOJ PENDER HARBOUR  Phone 886-2231  from 9 o.m.-to 5:30* p.m".  Res. 886-9949  I  I  changes, Including ft new idea  that Parliament should- be- on  an 'annual time-table���with- two  .months of s sessiion, then- -a���  month of committer work, and  about"four.' months Off every  year.  fit? BREAK  For MPs who have gone  seven* months without a break,  such sr timetable. must look,  enticing. Prime Minister Pearson Immediately issued a statement welcoming the ttDi* support for parliamentary reform.  But he was red-faced the  next day" when political scien-,  fist and Liberal backbencher  Pauline Jeweff, wha hadn't  seen the Pftl's statement^ ripped info tfii SrifctP" for trying to  get partisan credit at the risk  Allan, will be used to carry  newsprint cargoes from-  MB&PR's plants at Powell River  and   Port  Alberni  fo  San  Beach,       _.,_ , service- wilt  mark the* first time .that newsprint cargoes . bav& ever been  carried-on such a long- ocean  haul by Itefge, �� distant of &&  proximately *,2<X> nautical  miles." *"��� - ' - * y-'X --.  , Each barge has a capacity of  6,500 tons of newsprint. Loading  will, be done through four side  doors opening onto a floor area  of 25,000 square feet. Overall  barge length will be 356 feet  With  an  82-foot: beam and .a  tafee. an estimated two weeks.  The* call for tenders was preened By a long period of <&-  tensive s&dy -by the distribution department of MB&PR and,  it is expected the all-steel bar-!  gas will* dcSvcr to"ei��,ca#gd&s  Witb less dtanag* than if hauled by ships. They; will also sirt-  plify materials tiandfthg between tbe production! machine  and the customer. "*", - ^  \vith the two barges in" operation! Otic' will be enroute do  Califoritia arid return while tfie  other is" being loaded in' B.&  ���   Kingcome officials\ said  dd-  draft of lWs feet.       * " - ditional' vessels of similar djjs-  The tug \villb8 of all-steel   sign may he ojdeted Jate^ as  construction   with   an, overall   the new setvice is "de-Wlot^  BEER BOTTLES - BEER BOmES  ***?"     ���        -       ��� Mil        -y--'i-     -_f ���    ��� ��***���#.  weak"spots, he tests the;tern-,   ^.^J^�� ^-^^ ^  peraturr<tf>Huc Winieifr-and'   rules.eommfeee.^r ^ >---  i.L._     '%*.**.      ^u*0.%i*mt.     (*���_* '   tnmrA      oinnr  tiien he makes his -move and  decides his .tactics.   /   .v  NEWROtEb"    -' u'*"  Under the new rule, Mr. Diefenbaker. would have to accept  or-reject a time limit in advance. Ether way', the other  parties would have !some warning:       .,       i ' "   ��� * i '  This idea'of advanced, limits;  on debates is used in the British House-of Commons and it  was one~of the first proposals  to come before the committee  which the Capadian House set  up to review its rules this year.-  The proposal, got support; in  a sub-committee headed by  New.Democrat Stanley Know-  Jes and including several Con-'  servatives. But it jhas never  got past the main* committee  which still meets evet5L_ Wednesday for lunch with Speaker  Alan Macnaughton" but nasn't  7lprod_uced anything in a lot of  Wednesdays.  Then the  fat was in the fiije  said outsit tthe House that an  annual timetable smacked 6t  the methods of-dictators.     - ���  And ?he~ wagged ' a ~ warning  finger under the nose of Mr.  Pearson 'who has been talking  about "bringing in the rule  change as a g6Vernment measure if Ihe committee stalemate continues.  The New Democrats are trying to head, off unilateral action   .-  by  Mr.   Pearson' and   at the   j|  same time bring public���pressure to bear on Mr. Diefenbaker. .,  So 'far; Mr. Diefenbaker  hasn't showed much sigri of  feeling the pressure. And if Mr.  Pearson does make the move  he bas threatened, the result  . could be aj parliamentary blowup and an election.  RULES DEBATE  The Canadian debate on rides  2S�� doz, ciosli for SmfSir  w B����R BOTTLES   y4  deftveretf "to wi yordjoi vrgfmXt^r-Wlt*'^-  -   --'    u6 ISO doi. lott ot 25c per doi.  . Follow the signs at Fields Road  ��� ftUEBIN STKOSHEIK i Phone, 88S-JZ2617   ,.  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  HATE  VY r   ��.   ��  ^liMllistiwiitiiKiiiiiii��iiai!M��^^  Mr. Knowles has tried vari-.;comes af the same time a$w  ous means toi break the log  jam, in "the main committee,, in  eluding personal appeals to Mr.  Diefenbaker and his Tory floor  general, Gordon Churchill, who  are reputed to be the two men  blocking the rule change.  The New Debiocrat then tried  open letters to the party leaders ahd appehls through news  great debate in Britain which  has produced a spate of. books  with titles ,like: "What's wrong  With Parliament?" and. "Can  Parliament Survive?" .  6ut the British pundits take���  a slightly different tack. Instead of trying to protect the  government against, the opposition; they see the main problem is a growing power ��f gov  ^*mraflM���^^ ���r ��� : ************ lem is a growing .power of gov-  &I/IItM/I/iIMI/liiMfi/��iMMW/IJflIIJIIIUfJIJUl*MM& crnment ranged against fan; op-  "*;       i ' S position   which   cannot! know  ��        J      ~~- S enough   to, criticize  in ��� detail  I;-    HALL-METAL  .��� A^iS  GemeroB Sheef Metat  T  DOMESTIC  HEATING -  COMMERCIAL  i  - INDUSTRIAL  (  PHONE 12*5-9606  ��-  rsfis///i///M/fff////fiii//fMMMm  Id  I  1  such measures as a proposal  to set up a new- atomic energy  plant.  The" difference in Canada  may stem from our succession  of minority governments. But  there has also, been a* growth  In the skills "of oppositions-  Liberal and Tory-rwhile the  skills' of government have fallen into disrepair and' disrepute.        !  '   It    seems    that',   everybody  knows how to run an opposition and nobody knows h6w tq_  run a government,   -  And while the MPs ponder  "these questions, the big problem  remains:   who's  going to  m^^j^^^Mi^^s^^^^s^bm:  * this free reminder of eomiftg events is a service of  SECHELT I AGENCIES LTD. Phone Stfchelt. Pertinsuja  Times direct for,free..listings^ specifying 'pate Pad,.  Please note that space Is tirrtited ondsortie advondLd&tes  fhey have !fo wait their farn; clso;triat*h*s is a '-reminder  listina only ond canriof olways cany futLdetailS.,.- 1  ��� . .t    - ,- ��� --     ������   .-- ��*  Ocr.  8���Hospitol Auxiiioiy Meeting,  Hospital Cbltoge,  ;2p.n-.-    - .  Oct. 'l 7���-Mothers-<_frcle'Demolay Twrkey Dinner, Mesons  .'Hall, 7 part".";        y'.      J     jy * _      7"      I  Oct. 21���LA.to.Conodidn Legion; Rummqge "Sole,   10  o.m.-2 p.m. Legion Holl, Sechelt. _  Oct. fe��� Sunshine Rebfekorrt��dge.jB2, Fall.Bdzaor, Hos-  "     . pital Cottage, 11 o.nfi.-4 p.m.*.'.*  -Witson Creek United .ChuftffFall Bazoor.  ���Foil Smorgasbord. HospitarAuxilidry, Legion  ~i\'  i  Nov. 3-  Nov. \4  holt.  Nov. 21'���Mt. Elphinstone Chopter 65 O.E.S. Foil Bozoar. [ }  Gibsons-School, haff 2, p.m.  *~ A\ --* ~  COMAAERCiAL kOT; SECHELT,  LEVEL LOr$;cDAVlS EtAY  from $1,260  Very easy terms ��� Enquiries tfr Bob Kent.  , Phone885-4461 Vr  SECHELT AGENCIES LID.  REALTY and INSURANCE  Wharf Rodrf |   ��� r--y    ;    l^ltone 885-2f6T  !  -I  I  3  1  .:&*zz~z&i  "- '    ;  i  i  !  i  I  !  THEY'RE  GIVING AWAY  $50  at the  SUNNYCREST  PLAZA  LUCKY    j  SHOPPER  j  LAST MONTH  -- J *  Mrs* Len Swanson  .- r--b --:      !--  b- ''   GET IH-   "i-i  \ OH THIS] MONTH'S  $50 DRAW   f  NOW 1  $5,0  YJES! YOUMAY WIN FIFTY DOLLARS  - $50  Cashing your FAMILY ALLOWANCE CHEQUE at any of the advertised Plaza Community Places of Business.  When you cash your cheque in one of these premises your name is-placed in a barrel and the lucky name js  drawn at the end of   each month. !  WIN  WIN  loddfsJ)rygGGds  Children and  Infants'Wear  Ladies-1 Sports  Wear  Don's Shoe Store  A Complete Line  of. Shoes for  the Entire Family  D. G. Douglas  Variety & Paints  "Anything you want  we have"  iSUPER-VALU  Buy Better  Save More  Charles English  Limited  ��� Real {Estate  and Insurance  Z^-z=. *  '    -      I - . -  Suimycresl  Motors  The Service Station  with1 everything for  the Motorist  Danny's  Dining Room  and Motel  1 Winner of the  Golden! Cup. Award  Kruse Drags  NOW OPEN  On tfc�� Sunnycrest  Plaza for. your  Shopping Pleasure  j   Investors  {   Syndicafe  |  Don Matheson  J Local 'kepresentative  CHEVRON I-  l i  Service Staiion  WALTER L01TZ,  Pro|.  I  - 1  NEXT BOOR TO  |  THE>LAZA      1  gallon  TRAY and ROLLER $1.19  complete  -i   &Tjmr  D. G. Douglas Variety 4 Paints  Carltons Greeting-Cards - Pittsburg Paints - Mary Maxim Wools  - PHONE 886-2615  2 lb. PARKAY MARGARINE  TOMATO? SOUP, Campbells, 10 oz.  PEAS, No! 5 Chelsea, 15 oz.   COTTAGE ROLL SWEET PICKLED ...  BEEF SAUSAGE, Wiltshire --  _4 for 4<��c  j      ���    -.-*"  _i-lb. 4��f<:  4-lb- 4f<=  These plus-fnany  other 49c    I  Specials      . | -  October       I     ._  15-16-17     j  WATCH      |  YOUR |      ~~  VANCOUVER  PAPERS       1  mmm  .^m.mmm  liSiBiiiiNlli  ilttiilliliii / -  Page 10 The Sechelt Peninsulo Times, Wed, Oct. 14, 1964  i _  Roundaboutrthe. town  -.-"--   i;��� -     * 7���BV Ed -Green  WE HERE IN Sechelt can take satisfaction in the fact  September 8,. 1964. It is a distinct honor ancTwe are happy to, say it has proved a good choice.-  How   much  a&*we -actually       with the chief and Council and  at a time_wben4he juvenile delinquent problems o��Uhe band  were' becoming a rn^jor consideration-be farmed tbe Youth  Guidance - Ccjmmittee which' is  operated by the Indians themselves. Openly disgusted by thc;  , ***������ .i,* www>w�� *.����. ������%, ����^��.���wv��v... r. ��.w .*��..    way   the   Indian   teen-agers,      ���-��� ~:- . t-- ���-.--..- .     *^���   .����*���-��,    vur.  th^t one |of our number, Magistrate Aiidrew Due young men and young women. Commission published its. proposals for reform, lhe  Johnston, has'been appointed permanently, to preside were treated by the big city .government's Bill follows its recommendations quite  over the first! properly organized night court in British courts hp .felt that if these closely.. Unfortunately,.the legal language conceals, ra-  Columbia which opened in the City of Vancouver On   much misoojerstood young peo-  ^ther than explains,some of the sweeping changes in-  -**> * ^     -__-*-.   �� - .*    ..        ,-���' w �� ri1*��   itrnrAi   riiran    a* -/ifinn<��A   -ftuiir       -***i***^*& �������� ---������. ������ ���*������ ��� ������������������ ���  ���' ��� ���''  Davis' Ottawa Diary    :  - * ���     -; . * ��� -,  By.Jack Davis, M.P.  PERHAPS THE most important piece of legislation to  be* dealt with by Parliament-this fall is that to do  with the railways. Back in 1961, the McPherson Royal  ias'  friend who  ,oi* worse "still, i  foolishness,' or,  innocence,   has  How many ..of W, more publicized magistrate^ can make  such a claim?  After senior matriculation  came college.where.Andy earned bis degree of X.L.B1 {Bach  -"know about the magisterial and  legal   abilities  of  ''Andy,'*- as,  - be is better known to_most of  ��� -us? Have we 11 ever thought  i what goes on behind that brdw  when.he Is forcpd to pass sX  tencc on an old  -' broken the law,  . a" youth - whose  guilt, through  brought him before the court?  What would you do if faced  - with, a continuous parade' of  such problems. iThe answer ta  never easy, but Andy has man-  1 aged to find it' time after time  and! as lie moves among us  with a nod hercj and a smile  there we arc, glad that it is he,  not us, who must find it        "    ���f,11_J.*:_d  It1 might come,! as a surprise    ??���*3 Mt im  to some.but presiding over a    J^L^^iXh  Vinbouver traffic court is not    ������W ; feh  newl  to   Magistrate   Johnston.    *** ba?l 1��^*���  He I has  been relieving   magi-  . strafe for some months now as  well as judge In the family  couijt. Here his sympathetic understanding of humaarfaUrngs  enabled him tj> mjete out jusWe  tempered with njercy that nis  wise decisions earned him the  high rcgai d of bench and bar  alike.- - [  This respect and esteem accorded Andy by the people in  high places was not based on  a few favorable decisions. He  pie were; gbjen a chance they  would become good citizens. He  reasoned; thalt in a manner of  speaking i his! would be a court  of last resort "and if the offender's were brought before their  awn court it would dp more to  putting them! on the right track  than all tbe law the white man  could devisel Thus the Youth  volved.  The new bill will abolish" should be saddled with the cost  many of the archaic regula- of providing services, services  tions whicb have hobbled the.. which cannot be defended on  railways for yerirs. It will al; .sny. - other than pobtical  low them to compete more e& "grounds,  fectively.withour trucking comi   mew BILL*  panies and lake freighters. Uneconomic services win be dis-  elor ol Law).  Called  to the   Guidance Cojmmittce came into   banded and rates .will be in-  *_���*.  ._ ..���,..    i_ i.,���ia -i.-!��� ���j tj���- ��� ���.i. ~- -creased in many ca.ses..  bencb in  1951,  as  magistrate  be' was nest appointed Judge of  the Juvenite Court in 1952. ;  ;  Audi's" magisterial    cxperi-'  ence began and ..continued for  some year the hard way. His.  court which, was held in many  places .even up as far as Jervis  Inlet took place-on fish scows,  police and forestry and fishery  department  boats;   in logging  camps,   school  rooms   and  "Where   there, was  a table as a  there   was  There was  no set hour "for such courts and  being and has proven such n  success that J since 1960 no Indian child ffjom No. 2 Reserve  has been.committed to an Industrial scbdol for juvenile delinquency. The "result of this is  that the wor^t of tbe committee  has been recognized by tiie Attorney ; General's department  and the Department of Indian  Affairssin Ottawa who saw fit  to send a special committee  from Vancouver to come to Secbelt and Investigate the operation of this innovation.  MORE ABOUT ...  -has tbe enviable record of hav  many hearings were held that   Buy property  went on long after midnight. r    r  Even now in the dignified mahogany I (panelled c|ourt in Sechelt* cases are tripd at every  convenient hour that will enable lawyers or oilier court officials from Vancouver to catch  late ferries.   ".      i   ��� . *  Andy j| has always been a  great worker for the community. Foir five ycalrs he "was,  from. its very inception, president   of   the   Sunshine   Coast  from page 1���  fewain that people approaching  councillors with complaints  should be notified to put their  complaints in writing and for-  word to council, otherwise they  will not be considered.  CROSSWALKS  Letter from the ministry of  'transport informed council they  .tracks   is   probably   involved.  What this means in terms of  lay offs and closures is now  becoming apparent. Tiie CNR.  may close as- many as 1,200.  stations. These are. to be replaced fey $0 "master agencies." Freight." will be delivered   to, these-points   by   fast  trains. Then it will be distributed by truck over a radius of  50 or even a hundred miles, .  The CNR also plans to abandon more than 3.000, miles of  branch lines. Ninety percent is  on the Prairies but the Mari-  times Provinces will be hit-as  well. Considerable opposition  can therefore be expected from  Prairie MPs, Most of them are  Conservatives. So the debate ir  bound to be heated and- perhaps long drawn*out as well.  SIMILAR  PLAN  The CPR has similar plans.  So  more than 5,000  miles  of  could paint crosswalks as requested earlier, under permit.  I Dozens of small grain elevators will be closed down, Hun-  The   government's  new   bill  will alsd compensate the railways   for   losses   incurred   in  nuiningj its   passenger  trains..  These grants, however, will be\  on'  a =�� declining   scale,   falling '  from $��2 million in 1964 to $12  million in 19C8. Thus, as railway   efficiency improves   and-  uneconomic passenger services  are discontinued, the Canadian  taxpayer will be relieved of a.  financial; burden which has tended to get out of hand in re- ,  cenLjjears.  These' reforms,, coupled with -  major changes in the manner  of setting freight rates, make  sense. Not only will they help  to bring our railway transport-V  ation system into the 20th Century  but  they  will force the  trucking industry, the shipowners and the airlines to take on  new* roles. Competition.will be .  keener. Rates will comd down. ���  And the rest of us are bound -  to be better off.  Parliament  must cow press  ahead with this legislation. A  Royal Commission appointed by  the Conservatives said it' was -'  �� good idea. Thc liberals have *  ing tried over 8,<*<>0 cases,  of that imposing number of decisions made, only, 5 were ap-  pealed and of t|i'e"'"fivev cases  the decisions in three -were upheld, an almost (perfect score.*  ���, '���.  Out . District Boy Scout^ Association   It was moved the clerk write   dreds of little communities will   put  appropriate legislation on  _..., ...     .,. ,       . ,_ .u_ a       .      * #__ .t. wither up and fade away.' ***      *""* "~ **"* "       :  Where the new Branch Line  Rationalization * Authority finds  that a 'branch line should bc  make it up to the railway CO^-  bhnfinV Canada's  Croat dlstan-  and for I a like number of years  was president of Branch 140,  Royal Canadian Legion .'and  for his-| outstanding work with  this organization was awarded  . the Legion Medal pf Merit. He  ;is also past president, Sechelt  District Chamber of Commerce  UHSVHAMCE bband past district deputy grand  ���, _t T*s*l master of the -AF^M frater-  POR ALL YOUR NEEDS  ! ��  '*:  Rest assured . .  drive insured!  -���   -   ���    li-   -  ���you itfre prepared for any  eventuality when you're  adequately covered by  accident and] liability insurance! -Call! ,$oon.  ���m  ��   ���   m '  BE sum  .-    INSURE!  r     li       .  "SEE J. O,  FOR SAPETV"  J. H. GJ (Jim)  DRUMMOND  Insurance Agency  Gibsons,  B.C.  tPftone 886-7751  nal organization. At;present he  is a trustee on St. Mary* Hospi- -  tal (Board of Trustees.  Perhaps it is in his work with  juveniles that Andy! has earned  the greatest respect and admiration of| his fellow i jurists and  the legaf profession. Here he is  faced .with - his biggest problems. JWJhile one side demands  punishment the-other implores,  mercy, taught in the middle'of  this dismaying prospect, de-*  spite his personal feelings,- he  can favor neither.   '  In other words he is damned  if be does,and equally damned  If he- doesn't The', only" thing  to do is to effect a compromise  satisfactory to both sides and  .at the * same time, satisfy the��� Sechelt  to ihe "department for the nee-  iod will be considered at a rent  ni $100 per-annum, as compared to the $25 previously paid;  Council  agreed- to  the new,  terms, there being.little qthcr  choice at this time. -       |  essary permits for. two crosswalks. '   "���  RENEW LEASE  Lease on the municipal garbage dump 'is up and the lessee in a lettler to council stated  iii effect it would be preferred  "that .we sell the - property rather ^ihan extend the lease,  however a one year lease per-  MORE ABOUT . . .  ColUsidp  from page jl���^  Tommy Pijul, Sechelt; Carl  Joe, Sechelt; Hubert Arnold  Joe, Sechelt; and Viola Genevieve Thompson of 228 West  16th Ave., Vancouver. Unin-'  jured occupants of the Paul,  car were Sobert Baptiste, Sechelt   and  Christopher  Julian,,  the order paper. So the.Government and the official opposition  should cooperate. Each, in the  end, can claim to have played  its part in resolving one of our  pany out of public funds. Thirteen million dollars'a year is  being; set aside to look after  uneconomic situations of - this  kind."  Please note, bowever, that  these subsidies will be transferred - from the railway companies tttthe government. This  is where it belongs. The government,   and  .not   railways,.  coming .Canada's' great distances and making transportation  less of a problem than, in tbe  past.-- - ;    -  People used to consider them- *  selves lucky when they came -  upon a " four-leaf" clover., Now -  they slow down/stare anxiously at the signs, and wonder  how in the world to get off tbe";  thing. , .'  law. Quaint as it might seem  to' some, Andy too has a boss  vand the Attorney-General's de-.  - partment keeps an eagle ��� eye  on alt ciises tried and the disposition | thereof. J That Andy  has never had his decisions  questioned by the department  is proof J that he-jhas- found a  good formula.   - [   ' ..  For many years - Andy  has  ' taken a deep interest* in 'the affairs   of   the   Sechelt   Indian  - Band. He has worked closely  Investigabons arc continuing  and due |o injuries proper  statements had not. been completed at pressjime.       , ,'  illillilllpliilvil  SMDBIftSnNS $ PAINIM6f  GARDEN HAY BOAT WORKS  Mecftanlcal & Electrical Repairs  " A COMPLETE LINE OF BOAT REPAIRS  Garden Bay, B.C. Phone 883-23667  *  irftraw"**'*"^^  typewriterJtepcrirs  You* typewi-iter eleaned, ailed, adjusted, and new  r&bon installed for only $6.95 when you bring it  td Tiie TimesWMecfecnico! repairs vr parrs are* extra  ���yoo will be advised ��f ony extra <cst before any  worit jis doneivntess w6 are instructed ia contrary.)  Adding Mackno "Service' erf' same retes d*d con- -  dihons.   ;     ' _  ; i  THE flMMS  SECHELt . PKOME 635-0654  WWWWWMW-^^  i  mmm  SECHELT SCHOOL DISTRICT No. 46  .- Gibsons, B.C. ''/K  SCHEDULE OF ANNUAL MEETINGS  IN SCHOOL ATTENDANCE AREAS  /.~*  Attendance Area  LANGDALE  EGMONt  PORT MELLON  BOWEN ISLAND  R08ERT5 CREEK  HALFMOON BAY  IRVINES LANDING  GAMBIER ISLAND  SECHELT RURAL  PENDER HARBOUR  GIBSONS RURAL  DAVIS BAY  Data  - ' "���"______. '"X   ., WdtB  8:00 p.m. r School  8:00 p.m. ^m School  8:00 p.itt. ^Jkhock  l:3<_tp.hit.  J:00p.m.  Thursday, October 22nd  Friday^ October23rd^ ,  Tuesday, October 27th  Thursday, October gsjff.  Mondoy, November 2nd  . Wednesday, November 4th 8:00 p.m.  Friday, Noverabor 6th ���   '   8:00 p.m.  Saturday, November 7th  Monday, November 9th *���  Tuesday, November 10th  Thursday, November12th  Thursday, November 12th  School  School ; j  School .-  Scfiool  ,<  2:00 p.m. Vehsram Hall  8:0fi( ffcih; Activity Room  �������MMt:Ja3B_fc*:  8:00 p.m. ^ s��iw>of Hall,  8:0Cr>.m.'b Seiido<:  Number of  Represeatativet*  to be elected  1  1  1'  1���  i  3  0  ���ttfe  .L.  ^*-^-. S-;*,-*: vi\,ji^^-i  -r*y *Ztr*��..i��J.*k '>. i-i*.'i*C>s*ZX,  -X''^ &?  Vf,.*SS> i.>. �� ^ .^"^.^rrt^-j ^., .^w, .V.&..  ,w^^,>^. J ��.-"^-.#,^(4, - I  11 -  Thc Sechelt Peninyulo Times, Wed.. Oct 14,1964 Page 11  j "... .--.-,..-. .        -  People places & things  ".}.', j. j'.. * ���       *���' i   . ��� . j    '   ' ' ."  I 1 . ;. .-^&y Rosy and Alex Simpkins  OL*R WHOLE family, has fceen having fun planting the  -' bulbs uiiich form their roots this faH. Wo anticipate  a mass of color in the spring. The pictures on the bulb  boxjes stimulate our imaginations.  This is tbe time of yeat when   ��:���'��''  we enjoy the open fire. The  wood which is dry bums brightly! in our fireplace. The green  round logs of fir hold tbe fire  and keep it going all sight.  ,i      ��� -       *  ���   *  Pur schools could not operate  without the maintenance men.  Mir. yewdal an ex-janitor of  Davis Bay School, is stifl -tyeU  loved by all the children _of  .yllson Cr^tk, yrho. h? knows hy.  name. Whet.-he sees Billy Jje  sti^l calls him Tiny Tim from  Mrs. Crjtcbell's successful play,  iii (aid al tha hospitaL Bi% still  has the artistic crutches yrhifit  Mr- Critchell, who also loves  children, made for him.  Mr. Bop, who keeps the  school grtAvods neat," came for  a- tew bass -of cement, tie was  admiring Tinkerbell's puppies,  Hci told a story about his shepherd saving his little girl's life,  when she :was small.  Billy was visiting Cindy Nygren the other day, and tee no-  ' tlced just how .beautiful the Sumac with its red leaves and  distinctive form stood oat. Also  noticed   on   Pratt   Road   Mr.  Frank Lye's attractive Sumac  apd garden. Incidentally Frank  is an enthusiastic reader of our  Sechelt  Times.   Nearby,   up  .Rosamund Road, there are two  'lovely homes hidden away, belonging io the CixcBs and the  Loasby's.  Some years . ago. ye moved  the Loasby's down fjrom their"  beautiful waterfront, home" In  Powell River. Mr. Loasby, over  70, took his raw- acre, built  housp jmd greenbonsg, planted  fruit .trees and dowers and has  made this place a paradise.  His tomatoes, under glass  of  course, are terrific. The grape  vines are loaded. His .Cox's  Orange Pippin is doing welL  Plum crops have been heavy.  Tbe peacftre are getting special  treatment, b��gg moved trader  glass, with a wooden eortfcsidg  wall, glass side walls and  south front open. Last; year  th^y vol up a Far Sale sjgo  and went for �� stay vith their*,  son in Powell Birer. After a  few weeks Mrs. jUssby dmded  she didn't like it there bar a  home , returned to Stone VTHa?  took the sjgin 4owb, and cow is  contented to mfcy her lawn*  apd isolation.  Great grajadfathty Le Warae  decided that U was fofly for  torn to keep up a house and  garden for himself alone. So be  sold his place /at Porpoise Bay..  He also thought he was too old  to tliive a car so he sold tbat  too. He went fo &s son's place  In Vernon. And all it did up  there this summer was rain.  Qpe day they we��d fishing,  Tjbey drove 120 cages and..  r-awgH four txasl a iri��Le his.-  ger Ifaan as oolican. He esur a  "ffl* fftfifi Aygftn log- suit* jrfrifh  soi old yeomm bad t?$d&* in.  Tbe motor pmrctLUke 9. kxtjeji- ~  : Tbe tires #re good- AH tbe signals worked. The garage wast-.  ed #200. Wkm he handed the  garageman a cheque for the  car thg fellow nearly fainted:  He had expected $10 down aad  $10 per month. So Mr. Le  Wane came home. He is cow  -stayiag wilb son Howard. He  says that there is 00 place so  fine at the Sunshine Coast.  llx^erbeil begeves the old  law cf survival cf the fittest.  Her ��u�� Jaorsjrgs �� rant which  she eefosed to feed, mi it 'mm  dud. 'She is get&jg special rations: to make fcer puppgs  healthy. j     i  A cumber ofreaders ia**  enquired as to ��fco ��rites ti&i  column. Actual sometimes  one types #od another timg- the  other, does. But every sentence  is scxutM2ed jointly. There It  macb more rejected co fbofk  our sides than written because  after talking it aver we decide  against it-Tbe children an tbe  side lines often make cotdfibu-  tions. We enjoy tfae column. At  least J if y<ai wish Co criticize,  cor names are there.  '. 'The aid ycb��y| fcrm<^ on tbe  corner of Orange Road sod tbe  fcighway has been converted to  :a modern bu_ld___g,~ with block'  ftxasd^soa juai J3jtt roaC Tbe  e��iai��'te maples remain s per-  mtse& csoOHBjipgt to the school  teacher ��bo brought the trees  from Eastern Canada.  Tbe jjffrnrfh*n*twt* Is tie tillage square at jsecfeelt ��r*!*a~  great source of pfeaaag* for tfce  tods who J&e tbe g��me.       f-  Another   different   grove :e��.  trees jp Jhe Psntdacacia, ettct  door to Wigard's Slsse Store--  jhLt ii gg impcft froa Aiistra-  lia, cf tfae tegominosAa er pea  family, And js bijb ��P tbe fcciUe .  irf tbe erciutii^i of ��i#s$ ble- -  ?*his  iipfjfflff that ft jts  tos0i, .  ffftftfifg prut s]r!3f^t iBf,pQS&ibi& iff '  kBl, mstads \$��gj& ggmhers ctf  seeds &om |ps#. p^a, pc^i-  gzt��s by siw&ers ffiom #ei  roots, ts eves -.ayraed mil  tius^s to htep esemies ��& My. >  Bat most useful and attrsv-'*  five are tb- pea=di ti^ at Els-*  bf*, M*sm Bd. 1   :  Solnik's  mm 5TATI0H  5 :      j 'j  gl^^^r. UdB��zy&  ew5 cut  Chain Saw Centre  Wttsan -Creek ~*  Deelen for PJA. Caaadicn * McCuOoeh ���  Homeitte ��� Pioneer $od Sb'M Chpia Saws.  COMPLETE STOCK OF ALL MODELS  Port* ead Repair Service  Telephone 885-2228  iewd otyourlbusiness leaiders  :  ,i�� m*000�� m w0 mmmmmmmmtn  ���w>WWWMIWWWIM����H��MIWWIIW '"J WI I'HIJ  jy*wwt<i��iilw���1  FREDJORGOT)  EUgOPEAN TRA1NEP BAB0ER  You look aad feel like  A new man  Next to Pool- Room Sechelt  fill ����j��f��"�� >��wwnwp ^f  1  ;   :  GIBSONJ/f4^  Phono ����6l-2133  ;.  l,    '   ',     ���:��WIB_f;S,-rVV  Hf^ 'SBHOTPr*lMWfls  NEW AI40 US��D ��V��tVT^^G  ii  !i;  .   ..  i   :  c  ll,3','   >>(       _  II1S@  1  i^s the dressiest time of  the year.., time to refresh  your wardrobe with smart  daytime foshions and fe$*  *  tive after-five styles, too.  See our new array. * now!  evened ^jrasklon  <3w?y  wpe  ^    H&/# &sld&�� Pc&3? $m*  Pimm-^rW*��B4t * HUbwn^  Secheit, B.C. - Mr. ��8S-95I*^!  STYLE SERVICE ^m QUALITY * :  C. E. SICOTTE  -*^'1 '  ���*   #**��_   -* -  U^d Clearing ��� Excdvctlng    * J  Rood Building ��� Oeaffg f-*-**    *.  Phone" 886-2357, Box 106, Gtbsor*;  ���ii'��<"  r00*mm*0*0��m.  *  L  PEN1H5ULA  LIMITEO     I  ^ i  Hecifing & Supplies  FRS KHMAT�� :  Super Kemtoiie  Sherw'm Wiltoun Paints  M^ifMfMl2E^mlm Mi  * ��usm?vi- muAHP woo��  *k BOSS UHSP '/? on* *A CAS COATS  e6  OH  1 ���.  Io$oSqo across trona  Pjto$to��w  1  - *^S?1?^5  ���jiiiajgjg.  ��*mW^*'���" "   "  7ll|i***1  GIBSONS \     j  RESIDENTS!..  ���  . i. i.  Cfi^s bow* takes fer  I^ai^s" on - thjR S������yc*ie��*  flppa. Tck# (^vsfjjefi? #|^  Utpr ^rv^f fad fff vfllpf ft*  y^r eSre^do�� cosH. tM G&*  cl$^si%d eds wsrk fir- Jf��t.  ���     $85^9694 _��_>.-'���^������W** v*��*v * ;��"**�� ����4?��^<j��Si>V)**iS ��i  ��F��e*-*#N��eu-*��"*'/rtK,*,/tff fcHMs***-****,*.^,,  t *-*l.*f t*-_*>*B';J .��������  , Poge 12 The Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wed., Oct. 14,1964  . *��� *  f *  v '  Ir  I'* '  It  L\   -  I. !���  V-  [���'  ;  >  I-  *  ���f'   1  *6  "3  r*  I'*  i����  fb.  U*  i  I  Sechelt social notes  -a *  ---*     '*   *���-'���"   -*--*:'    ���With Your Neighbour*;  WA TO ST. Hilda's ^really itself with the pot luck sup-  per. The tables were just-, laden with food ^"of alf  kinds. Turkey, ham, roast beef, hot meat pies, all kinds.  of salads, pickles and the old standby pork and beans,  real baked beans. .Who ever does this dish?. It is, really*  delicious: Then the jellies,'pumpkin,, lemon and-applet  pies to follow],There never was such a spread. Z  Fergusson-asked  i , Lost toProgress .  FILLING;A heed in its day,,' the-Old St. Mary's Hosmtal at Garden Bay has fallen by  a the roadside as progress renders it impracticaPfor present day service. Many  residents will undoubtedly yiew the passing of the olcKtp the new with certain nostalgia but the advantages of the excellent new building and central location.far outweigh any arguement against transition.        *>'    '  Rev. j. b.  the blessing, the bid Scottish  one which we, thought so fitting: Some have food and no.  appetite. Some havc appetite  and no. food., Wc have both  appetite and food, thank the.  Lord. The Scottish version of  this, is; Same hac-mcat and  canna eat and some jvvaud eat  wha want it, Ijiut we "hae meat  and we can eat, so let the Lord  be thankit����� - 1       , .]  Mr. E. S. Clayton gave a  very interesting <��� ^showing ot  slides which he and his wife  took on their world toui^ in  1963. Many countries were visited and old country places re-,  cognized' by people in the audience. One in particular was  the school in Hythe, which Mr.  Clayton attended- when a boy.  It is built, of wood (lumber), ���  which was a very unusual practice, in England, at that time  but   it' still   stands   today  as  of the slides on Sunday October- -  18 after Evensong,  when the;  congregation -have  their  mon��'  thly_-coffee  party,   An  invitab  tion is extended to anyone who':  wishes  to  see  these i pictures.  Do come, the church committee-'  would love' to have you and re-; -  member,.you"��� do not.havc to"-  be an Anglican,-so there, is no.  excuse.   We  look  forward  to  seeing you." ; "   .     '-   b*      7  Away* for thanksgiving weeky"  end,  Alice  Amelia  French  to!  West  Vancouver  and  Ladner,  'Mrs. Jean.Hartje.to Bufcnaby.w  Hrs. E. S, Clayton to 'Vie* r  toria, visiting-her sister Muriel Pijitts, also going Mr.  and;  .Mrs.-i John   Clayton . atKh; th^  three {boys. U  \ .Mrsj* Tom Parrish is in Moq .  Cleery, Manitoba, to attend the*  silver' wedding anniversary ot  her parents,   -,   .*."'        ]r��  At Secret Cove with Mr. and{  In with the new     . *; between a black cocker spaniel  BOTH HOSPITAL and nurse's residence, -m foreground, and a Pekinese, otoned by my  . ' reflect th!e very latest |in-��,hospital design^ Opening husband and myself,Ndied last  date has not yet been officially announced but-is believed January at the age of at least  good as ever. "Major iohn Bto- _, Mrs. Francis Stone; Miss Bar��  wning also attended this school Tiara Bermback and Miss Jeag;  so It brought back memories^ Ripley from -Vancouver for the{  to them both, especially;the lit--"thanksgiving weekend. - $  tie back room .where..the'"rod: ' Soriry to learn Mi's. Pat Wed4  was applied where , it would* ley has had to return to Sti  ���donnost good. *- .--.,- \, -Paul's. -Hospital, Vagauivei^:  It was long .past the, bedtime JShe, \v^d.J gr^tly;^ ,a,p^)^iMq :  fry so it" was de-'   "hearing from her"friends'ift'uus '  of the small fry  elded  to show  the remainder  district.,  to/ibe about mid November  The Reader's Right  although a  mond who look afiead to progress rather than Stalemate  existence. '  /'Aged Pete  '.Editor, The Times  Sir���I was reading in the.Se  aged 16, and 12 years  Joe,  tetters, to the Editor must carry a signature and address,  -\ [  '      ' pen-name may be used for publication  Manof action ���"  Editb*,' -Ih& Times:   *  Sir���I " would j like   to   give  Councillor' Drummond  of Gibsons a sincere wjord of praise  concerning his attitude toward  the future of Gibsons and the  water situation.)      7 -'     j  He at least has the courage j chelt notes about  , to look to. the future and.is not  1 afraid   to   speak  his   mind.   I  ' along "with  many  others- take  ��� my hat off to him.  : Gibsons,,- along with many  other communities would be  much . better off if- we had  more men of his calibre. More-  power to'you Councillor Drummond.  .! ���E.  BUSHELL  J        * i       *  No questionnaire  Editor, The Times  ' -Sir���It is encouraging to note,  by your front page write-up in  regards to the water-situation  in  Gibsons,  that we do have  one ' councillor , with    enough  gumption and foresight to look,.  ahead to the future needs of  the district. A pat on the back  to  Councillor  Drummond  who-.  ��� stood up and disagreed to any  temporary system as advocated by Chairman,1 A. Ritchie. , <  It   would   be (interesting   to.  know in what way Mr. Ritchie  feels qualified to speak for a  great portion of i the residents, _ |  whom   he ' claims   would " npt  want   to .come  into   a   water  board, due to having their own  adequate water supply. ���  I do hot recall any Question-:  aire being circulated to determine -the possible number of  persons wishing to join a water  board. I also feel, that very-  fe\V]if any, wells!'are adequate  for fire protection  I only hope tlpis-letter will  -reach the press rather'than the  waste basket, so! that. Council-.  lor Drummond will know we  believe he is aiming in the  right direction. It is too. bad '  we don't have a' ^ew more younger   minds,   like   Mr.   Drum-  A Taxpayer  two old dogs.  18,years. We "took him when  he was a grown dog and had  him with' us for 17 years. His  sight and bearing became dim  but he was able to run around  until the last day of his life. 1  was wondering if there ate older dogs ��  A record of another kind is  from Skectie, and all black cat,  the net of Mr.-and Mrs, Frejl  Johnston, Madeira Park, Skee-  tie produced in one litter eight  all black kittens. The independent cat looked after her kittens in the woods for six weeks  before she brought them home  and asked for a little welfare.  Two of these little "pieces of  eight".are still waiting for kind  homesl  ���VIOLET ���tfTNER  NOTICE TO FUEL SUPPLIERS  ,   *r    a **, ��� ��� ��� ���_    , I  TENDERS are invited for the delivery of fuel for use  lit btir sthools for the tchbol year 1964-65. ���.  A list of schools with type of fuel required may be  obtained at the School, Board Off ice.  Sealed tenders, mqrfted "fu-?''' will.be received on  or before 5:00 pm. Saturdqy;, October 24, 1964.  Kindly quote price per gallon), including tox.  The lowest or any tender will riot-necessarily be  accepted,' -.-?���"'  *?>:  THE BOARD OF SCHOOL TRUSTEES,  Sechelt School District No. 46 v  Gibsons, B.C. *" ~~  -. S %-t*^/t^��.*-<?** .^sirfit*   t<A^AWt*iVCi5ftw,ii>-^  mm.


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