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Array ��B*��iVv*>2 *��*S|J$*  *;* ���j^rrs.  Aiitherfred cs tecy*  ���;t rfcy   the "Pest ���  Serving the Sunshine Coasl,'(Ho*e Sound ta Jervis Inlet), including Pert Mellon, Hopkins Lending, Grafithcm's Icrsdfrg, Gifascns; Rstoerfs Crsek,  Wilson Creek, Selma Park, Sechelt, Holfmocn Bay, Secret Cove, Pender Harbour, Mcdeira PcrkrKleindale, Irvine's Lending^ Earf Cave]~-.EGmu\t.& WEDNESDAY, JULY 29,-l'?64 I  en  o  *G ca  S < o  t-4     .      ���  ibJBOl  O �������  C6W    ���  o ������* o  en cd  S5 M *"  li  .���-��  ..*i  Three in week*.. b-  Auto accidents inbunt  after peaceful month  AFTER A^ month' of no accidents, police were called out -  to three last week, fortunajlely with no, injuries. Norman Scott Nelson of West SechSlt was proceeding along  North West read when he ended upr in a ditch after strik-.  ��� ing a stump. .  ~^~  ", ." --������ ^-^  Following    investigations    by  the police, Nelson was Charged  with  imipaired   driving  and  is  slated   to   appear   before   the.  j Magistrate Saturday, August l.-  The misha^occurred at about  9:30 p.m. Saturday night, damage to the car is. believed extensive. -   "  [brakes failed  ]   T^vo   teenage    girls    had    a  Llucky^ escape when the brakes  of their car failed on a  steep  hill   on\ West    Porpoise    Bay  Road, abhut 2:20 p.m. Friday.  Heather Parker and a companion, Dorothy Schroeder.  were proceeding down the hill ;  when a brake line blew out.  Miss P a rke r \immediately  swung 'the car into the side  of the road but altmmgh she  had been driving sIowK'," the  vehicle swung and turnee\pver:  Apart from a shaking^up \hoy  escaped uninjured.  Damage\to  t  the car is extensive.  FLIPPED  OVER    ...b-  Another - Halfmoon accident  resulted in damage" to the extent of S520 to a car driven by-  Mrs. Marian Palmer of Vancouver, last Wednesday, "about,  9 p.m. '       __  Mrs. Palmer was driving  near the bottom of the Halfmoon hill when she was forced  Jo swing into the side of the  highway in order to avoid a ���  ; vehicle which was "over the  w-hite: line. In so doing, her car.  hit the soft shoulder and flipped over. She loo was uninjured. Driver of the other auto  failed to stop.  f.-'    "�����**-   ���- <.-���;  �� --if,'T1*";���"*.*iv"<r*   "f  CAMPING   .;  Three little Brownies from  .Port Mellon are at' Wilson  Creek Campt__till Wednesday.  Those-at camp are Laurie Serafin, Valerie Enemark and Lorraine McKay"  Found guilty...  conancte  youth  elence  FisHing deirby  for youngsters  PLAXSjta hold a cihia^ -derby  &r faoys ami giri-j up to tiff  age of 112 were fdm-.-.da'.ed at  a feceii meeting of the Sccheh  ;RecreaUos; Committee.  -Prizes ef S3. S2 ard Ti wiU"  be awarded to the wii^trs of  classes I-which will irtdUde: J.  heaviest salmon; Z. heaviest  cod; tX heaviest perch; i. heaviest   flounder:   5.   rv>t   shia-  'ers.     I :  "i  Rules of-lhe contest t.Tc that  fishing 1 muit be dzsnk id "Porpoise Bay. Sunday. August. S.  Weigh-in will be-at jthe porpoise  Bay wharf at 3 p.m.-  John Hayes will bt is charge  and parents win be respon*ib[e -  for  thar  children  -when   fish-  "ing,      f "  The committe also  \otec to  contribute S36 to the  K3r.Mi:en  in aid pf their s\i-.m mi"_ pro-  ���grant. ! I  '-'.%���  ** * .  T    "�����  t   - i  �����*���  i"*"-"j_.  n -  .- *���-  \4*-  .\*r,:r.-Yx.;'  f ���*-        J.       ' -  . >v.'.j .".'���**'- ���  ti  r-  'ft--  '**7  '���I:  :U.  *>.v.'  ������/���  ^���w *  *��� I  .��� J  *_/���    *"H*  xx::Ai^M  VCHARGED^ITH reckless driving, Peter^Iason; 18, of I *-.7.^^U^^r' :.���������/;.   ^'-'-    ���'���'-��� -'- - --'*  Gibsons, unsuccessfully conducted This own defence - ^ Record catch  .when he appeared before.Magistrate AndrevKJohnston"   SOMETHING OF a record was set last Fridav br Dr.  ��� last Saturday.       ' '.-���-��������� .- .\ .-.   Constable Selby of the Sechelt    turned to see the red van skid  detachment    RCMP    told    th^-. around the corner with, iS^ two  ktf��Ctr1~��>- I#ai?t     -^*Tfi^rf��Ic^    *sn . fllA     s?��^ \  ���court  he  \vas  standing   beside    left wheels in the air.       \  his   car outside   the   Standard;     Summing up, lhe -maglstAte  Service  Station   at   10:30   p.m.    expressed  the opinion  that he.  July 21.  when  hje  heard  what    aid not think it had been neces-\ ,    -   - '      '  mounded*  like    young     people:  sary for the police to have ar-  %OCOl  tragedy*..  .screaming. TThe noise.appeared   frested Masonr "It wsuld have      V  * Burtnick. Sechelt." who caughl this monster Tyee.  topping the 50 Ih: mark. The Doctor was -fishing at the  Jop of Jervis Inlet when he hooked the fish believed to  be a record for this arei He vvas using a 10 lb. test  line at the time.7   :   '-���%-.--  - - ; '  to come from a red van which  i was proceeding - down the Se-  i chelt hill at excessive' .speed to-  ( war^. the intersection of Por-  i poise Bay and Sechelt-roads.  I " On taking the turn into Se-  , _chelt, the vehicle tilted over  I "to its right side, the leftjside  1 wheels leaving the road.-At  ! this time the right hand door  ! swung open and a passenger  ��� fell out. but jsaved himself  from hitting the ground- by  j -hanging onto the door. .  \- Selby. accompanied by Con-  j -stable Gamble, then stopped the"  ! .van which had nine occupants  7 including the driver who proved  I .' to be Mason.  On investigation, it "was discovered the brake lights were  not working and there was no  seat on the passenger side.  The    yocth    who    had    fallen  been   "sufficient   to   have- im-_  .potinded the vehicle and simply  charged him," he added..  .   There*   was    conclusive    evidence that the youth was guilty.  the  fine  for  such  an  offence  would normally be at least SIOQ  hut   taking   into   conslderatioh-  he* had. been  kept in "custody"  ; for the night, he would be fined*  only S25 with a th7ee-mo"hth suspension of his driver's licence.  Browning misadventure  luls����,kink landing  TRAGEDY STflUCg with the lowing death of a 57-y  year-old womanvat-Hopkins Landing last Friday at  approximately Il:30"*a.m-.!who disappeared shortly after,  she entered"The wa|er for a _short swim-  ������-������r r���-������-���t        The dead woman. Mrs.- Anna  Visits Pender. *.  ^Popular tug captain  returns in new  ONE-TIME tug Bbat skipper and"_a colorful figure in the  Pender Harbour area, Dick Alexander, know affec-  throug'h the doorway had been   tionatelv by his wide circle of friends as "ot Dick" made  sitting on a cardboard box. a spectacular return to his old haunts last week when he  turned up in Hospital Bay in a somewhat new role.-J  -:*<r-~  Mason was subsequently arrested but released on bail the  following day.  For h i s defence. Mason  brought a number of youths  into court who had been in the  van with him at the time of the  offence, they each testified they  had' experienced nothing unusual when the vehicle entered  the bend, and that they did  not think the wheels had left  the highway. ^_  Witness for the prosecution.  Thomas Ono,-said he had been  working atthc Standard jiervice  Station at - the time, and on  hearing   a   Strang   noise   had-  ^Saluted by government ministers and given a" send off by  many B.C.: celebrities, Capt.  Alexander sailed from- Vancouver as skipper of the N'orth-  land Princess, a converted passenger ship, previously known  a"s the "Gulf Wing" nqw-equip-  " - ped with scientific instruments  and a complement of research  "scientists,    headed    for.   the  *horth.    .      '���'."���-  En route for the Polar sea  from -where they will proceed  to .Baffin Island- in the North  Atlantic,  before  returnin|  '01  Dick* ended the gjgf day of  his voyage by_ fitting in to  Pender" Harbour. July IS, heralding his approach with the  clanging of belts ^and shrieking of *w___.tles. - " I "  Times correspondent "Howie  White,' said '-I last saw Dick  when, clad in-and old greasy  shirt. he had stuck his be-  wiskered face through the door  of the gas house and ribbed  me for not filling -his battered  old oil - cans to the-' last drop  ~                       _ ���see page KJ  1  -"      . b" _    *    _     f  Hansen- a native of Xorway  had only lived in Canada lar  about four years. Previaas to  coming to B.C.. She Jiad Eved  -for three years is Alberta.    -  A friend woo had seen : her  swimming paraSei wilh shore  and 60 feet or s^ otrt. entered  ner home and returned a few  misntes later tat failed to see.  any sign of the ��wiinnier.^.  ,7 The alarm was raised asd  RCMP Gibsons detachment divers rushed to the'scene and  CGifuneneed searching. Shortly  afterwards the b*iy floated to  the r^rface.  Artificial respiration was applied ta no avail and she was  pronounced dead by Doctor Pat-  kau.  The deceased his been under  a - doctors care  far some  time  and as the water*, was cold at  the time.  It  was  first thought  a heart-attack might have been"  responsible, for she was a"cent-"  petant  swimmer. -  .  A brother and sister were expected to  arrive ..from Alberta  over the weekend.  IMe��eapeb  losejaj Richmond  EJTTLS League all-tar team,  managed by Brian fumer-  feh and coached by Dor. Mc-  -Cauly. ffo<t" out in_ PJchrr.oaJ  Satardi-, July IS "to s final  score of i-iz.    ' '  The. tea in. cost-ri-cd rr.iiEiy  of Eoberu Creek  flajT-ri. had  won   U��e   local   pLsv^ff  tournament- It included fa-jr players  frost the Gib*efis. ffre.-nen.  "Comsierxing    tire,   c^r.e    at  ~_G:3C--p-ta,'. at P.ichsr.inJ F.?;r^a-  "-. tion   Park,  th-?   bnyj- d.d   we_f..  . aai wep .tied, up t* ttr SittS.  Jin:Et>-    <Jihs--5-- e'    Roberts  Creek JpLayed    an.   eie^pt-onal  game -as  catcher,   rrakirrir -t**o  good   jiays.  wiiCe   Gerty   Flu-  ^merlelt7    pusher"   up "tc    tt&  sixth, also played a r-joc: a5me.  When; at this iir-.t  tjse ether  team started. hitt-r^J.  our boys  'started; mafcirtz   errors    wiich  finally c&<! tiers the jl* se.    -*  ���Richsond recrecti^n -department Idndiy hilietted the_bo>-s  a��rnigfci ia their 'aonws   ,  Babe RutH team  prize winders  WIXXERS^ in tie 'recently-held.  Liony-spansared _ Eabe " Rath  te2ra draw "are.. lAn Pelhegs  of Gitoctii who tdQfcf fir?:- prue.  A -tranirstar rz-dic*. floaated by  Benaerj Bros7 Seeoil puie.'a  $15 gift certificate^ by. Shop  Easy, went to Mr. Z^art of Van- "  cszver.1 and third {irize.f a tiff  gift certificate bj|- "E|drcd*s_  Gowe^r fhsp, was wds by: R. A.  Aisscough cf Wejt 'Vacsouver^  Reisers ber-  <38&P PREUfiNT  ^FOREST FIRES! Poge 2 The Sechel.i Peninsula Times;,  ^m***********************n*��*zM***"''****i  &$km:J?iimmL&1Jufte&  Wed., July 29, 1964    F0R SALE (Continucd)  9-  SMALLj*asoline driven cer  , mixer? Good condition. PI  886-2354. T     07  f;  v  /  Published Wednesdays by'the  Sechelt   Peninsula 'Time*. Ltd.,  Of  I        Secheit, bx:. ;  Cross Circulation, 1850 copies  Classified Advertising Rales:  '3-line AdBriefs (15 words)  -One Insertion j 85e  .Three insertions 7- 1 1.70  Extra lines (5 words) h , 15c  ��� Box Numbers, --. 25c extra  i  If paid before publication, a dis-  ���coiint of 25c per AdBrief is allow-  . ed.    Semi-Display,   Super-Disploy,  Ond Blue Chip Display 11.50 per  < inch. |  Legal Notices; I    ,  *|7:: per count line (5 word?) first  Insertion; 13c per count line subsequent insertions.  Deadlines: Saturday 5 p.m.  Subscription Rates:  10fc: per copy, 5pc per month (by  7 ���; '���     y advance.  carrier); $5..00 per year, in��  -Cod pf Thanks, Engagements,  Deathsj Births, IftMemoridm, Coming Events, Etc. Per insertion (up to  40 words) S1.25; extra wordsj 3c  eacjh. 25c Discount-if paip before  publication.  Help Wonted, female  LADIES  perien  much  hour in  on; trainjs  2535  is  ROOM  i  FOR R  COMBINATION Jeep and  saw winch with electric  or. Complete and running,  Box 381,   Gibsons. 97  Cl ,V;  T  ���7 Without preyious ex-  re |you   ciin   earn- as-  .00   or   more   per  yobr spare, time.  Av-  yijiu. Writif Mrs. Legg,  Hojyrood Drive, Nanaimo.  1 '      '   -6903-33  FOR    *CETTEIUIEADS,  op?s, statements^ inW  and all commercial prim  contact the' Times office  885-5)654.  lent-  ;dne  6J34  Round about the town  i���By Ed Green  ^HAT'S HAPPENED, and is still happening, to our  chMri ^ t ^ea<} *our so called '-staff of life?"; Have you ever  taken time in your rush through the supermarket lo  examine the varied assortment of bread? Not likely for  Q no\v you know it is ihe same Old stuff, light; puffy  \Vith the! consistency of foam rubber and the taste of a  npt-  $50.  r33  ���117,  . .ef-  ices  ilg,  I at  'tin  wcjrtl'used Turkish towel. But you like it, the bakers say,  sol you're stuck with it.       ��� *  CA>TVAS���Ground  sheets, l}un-,  nage bags���tarpaulins ��� ] /bat  epvers   made   to   order. -Walt  Nygren   Sates, _Gibsons,   p.C.  Phone 836-9303=  and BOARD  ROOM andl board required for  15 yc:r old school girl, either  Sechelt   or   Gibsons.    Mrs.   C.  Potts, ijfalfmoon Bay, B.C.  f *      !��� 3783-33  RUBBER stamps of all   3es>  - J criptions   may  be   obta ned  at The Times. Phone 885-J 654^  Quick service on all ordiars.  08118-33  soi you ... ^~- ,   'fYou can't."  says th<j head soft, fresh bread that will stay  of the department of nehlth in fresh until ufeed."  Htfhwa, in a long letttjr to this ^at  is  a 'laugh.   Once  that  writer,   "expect   people   to   be ceHophanc wj-appcr is removed  satisfied with tbp coarjsc bread totiay-s   bread   takes   on   thh  of our forefathers." Vj'ell, he's taste "am{ texture of a shingW.  right  there.   We, can'^   expect In any casc foost bakeries fca  LEGAL NOTICES  mr  ���3 JBEDI"O0|M homoj oh waterfront, . eity   water.;  Yearly  lease.   Phofaie  885-9913.] 9890-Un  WANTEDTORSNT  i FUKNI$:  i    area.  I $iso; a  The Ti:  PERSONAL  filing ito pay  up  tp  nibntlb RepiyTBbx 971S.  , Sechelt,-.^C.  at  -Saw1  316J  PLUMBING repairs ahdlinstal-  tions. Agent for Stihl | power  5. Tillicum Plumbing, Box  Sechelt-. Phone 885-2055.  1        , ! 9949-tfcr  PETS  PUREBlRfiD Basset Hound pup-  jiies.   &6-9301.1    \ 9785-35  LOST  _u_  GJ^OD Wme Wanted! for a Bull:  * mastifj about iW years old.  Phbne! P8(B-2661. 9782-33  \  . Wni gent's  |    thei- case. Finder  tuvh 'to Sechel.  WORK WANTED  ' U     . ..-���' Li'l-  !iVRT or full time employment  required  by  reliable  middle-  edi man. j Phone  886-2122���  I'll ���   -���907-33  spectacles in lea  please re-  Taxi, office.  9730:3d  >.4t���   real  ESTATE  any |bf  if LID  SfiRVJCt  Iflrleld^ - lfdwlns5 - Gardens  o^olderson  ox, 433.J-4Seehelt ;  ,  ^wb-h  ease phone\- evenings-\ only  9722-tfn!  f  722  HELP WANTED  i     i  REGISTERED ' nurses    (B.C.)  and Practical Nurses for! St.  Mary's   Hospital, Sechelt;   For  p^ijsonal interview: write,  JDir-  r of Nursing, Garden Bjay,  9780-33  In IwJme ia Sechelt  Form  Np  9723-tfn  =4-  n  it  115  (Section  U)  mi$D act  to  ^cording I'pisfcrict  srlj'-and situate  Pist  m  "* of  SIMPKINS) place at Davis Bay.  targe but unfinished livable  hoiise. On'' acreage[ young orchard ind shrubs. 60x30 swimming pwl, \ Sechelt water supply! lo\: ta?ces, wonderful sea  view.. Near 'creek and woods,  across from school. Contact  ' lof the Sunshine Coast ig-  9788-34  AUTO.  8, TRUCKS  Nptice of Iitention to Applj>  Ptirlcl^ashe Land  Ih  "Land  of "Vanco^y  jtirt. ���"tpt.^fa  TAKE NOTICE  that Wilpa  James   ArUiur   Armstrong  0 .Bela^r   torivc,  .C.j  occupation  garage  <  ator dntei^ls f\to  apply for  ission to purchase the fo  t>   described   lands:  ���I I  Commencing, at a post  ted   approx. ] 33   chains  a id Approx. 4 chains East  the South W^si' corner Of  ret -Let 2739;I thence apj  V "chains    East;   .thence  c tains Smith i to highway  of way; themsc following I  way 101 right of v*y m apifrox  inately a /North "Wes  t>    point , of i comn mcenlient  jEixcltfiing, Lotj 6758  raining. 131 acres, mor  1 The  purpose  for  land is rcjquir^d is tc  Richmond,  'per-  per-  l����w-  ll  ^'W  19541 :�� DO.DGjE | pibk-up. ' good  ��hape. ]Vie|iv lanytime. Ph'cne  84-JB87. i     I 97761-33  i  and ENGINES  homesite.  Dated  6905���Pub  July  outboard, fibregias  good hull: r$3507 Ph  9893-33  882Z23.  Grarill Banks Dolrys  'SpagiM oiitboards  ���i^ateripumlp. ;Wisc  lint^aroy ��� aijrjtjpbi&il-  boat.7Cashl or '  etc. V 885-97^1.  !" [ 97^  SALE  2"  in-  1-  WM  JAS.  and  or  U'hich  6;! 1964i  Jody 15, 22]  ARTIER  ARtA [STRANG  2Sf.'.6  33  GRNERAL jbff  nd,  typing  jbookkeepirig  commence  f>jry to  Hospital,  'ONE oil  range in  top  cohdi-  tion,   rorily   $80.   Phone   885-  9771. )V 9784-33  4(i  ce clerk,  shbrt-  and  knowldlge  essential, i Diities  Aug. 3, 1964. ]Ap-  Adnlinistrator, St. Malry's  Garden B^y-, B.CJ.  9779-3^  USED fridges, $29.95, $35, $69,  $89. "C sed washer $2(). Cottage  electric range $49.95. 21" Hal-  licraftW $75. Wood range,"uk  shape, $*50. 21"l;philips TV $8|.  Parker Hardware, Sechelt. S8S-  217JL .    97891-33  .today's, homemajkers I9 be satisfied bath   anything   remotely  Tconnccleu' with a bygbnc age.  le^st of Ml food. Thcyj demand  certain changes and they get  them. l4 the 'natter pf bread  what do they get? Soulier of thc  guady. wrappers arojund thc  Ioavei; displny a list Of chemicals so long you woijild think  it was tiie inventory pf a cut-  rate drujg manufacturer. They  mention!everything bi]it flour.  What is flour? Todak-'s offer-  - ing is the sad residue of a  once.plump g^ain of wheat that  has bcejij subjected tb a process that] extracts wheat germ,  brian and everything else that  made,wheat the real ".staff of  life)," A host of chemicals such  \ as bleauhiiig agents iand pre-  serjvatives |are  bashed  into  it  ]anl -the! 1 finished product then  goes to the warchousttes of the  baking cop orations wliere more  ture special loaves described  as "Old Fashioned Bread. The  kind your mother .used to  make." Did she? Since neither  my mother nor the miller's  were expert chemists in their  time ' the claim- leaves borne*  thing to be desired._  Of course the millers in letters 1 to this' writer deny any  changes havc been made in  their product^ and point dut its  quality1; is controlled by gov'  eminent standards and regula^  tions. Certainly it is to such  an extent thpy are allowed to  use as many as 11 chemicals,  In the early days rolled oats  jA c rb a favorite breakfast  food. It was parked with fla  vor and an aromo that filled  the air for blocks around the  mills. II used'to take at least'  20 minutes o^ hard boiling to  prepare ;and, inj  some   cases  \  n-  orth  : rorii  [>ist-,  irox.  20  : Tight  "igh-  irox-  dire ition  chemicafjji lare added}before it' housewivts left it on the stove  'finally ��� Emerges  as  a   loaf of- all; night  in   ja   double   boiler.|  "bread.'             ,        j                . Today ive have "Minute" oats.1  "How long,"  asks jthe head Yoii dimply dujmp h cupful into  of   the 'department. I "do   yon boiling water,  stjr  and  serve,  think it  would   be   possible  to On, being asked what  changes  stpre floljir"without these addi- had been made in manufacture  ti'ves?" 'lie's ^ot mel there.   I to  bring  this [about thc  chief  don't knew. All I know is that chemist in! tli(f laboratory of a  various grains have been found huge 1 flour'mill tapliedj: "None,  in the tftnbs of thc [Egyptians we  mill  them   thinner;   that's  that in subsequent trials proved all." lis if Where then is tha  they hatj Icjst nomf of [their ger- flavoj- and all/thie other things  nr|inating|   powersl   Since   this that jmade a mo'rninA bowl of  would sesm to prove [grain can rolled   oatps--something   to   re*  con-  less.  -bc storef at least  years> if   left   alone  answer i!> obvious  ���The flowing,'  two thousand    meiijber?  the  real  August  goes ort the  'lead, "is a list of the  young and  On' this night a1 milli  -the  implrove    additives! permitted  in ".flour."  old who still believe  Give,  ) *  ;n pcoploi  '04  ELEVEN of them.  sked about a chemical    reaf daily bieatl \iH i\  igene,   an  agent  used    the p^st : '  b'read that had been  responsible    for    the  oif  10 dogs  fed  exclu-  2 NEW] SUBDIVISIONS  Earls jCoye Subdiyision X- odjacenf .-ito Ear.ls Cove  ferry terminal on the Sunshine Coast Highway.  GE VIEW LOTS  Madeira Park Subdivision ��� o\  Harbour bnd  Gulf *��� W% down  erlooking   Pender  easy  terms  on balance.: Discount for cash.  ;'        !    FOR SALE .BY OWNER   ' _b  -  .0. JSLADEY ���Madeiro Park, B.C.  Phone 083-2233. or phone North Vancouver  ^985-4*^34  ^orm. Iffoi u5- (Sectib  ���Modes'- d7IhMtioh1',to|;  ' 'btolpurchakiLand  "��� ' b   b ���   b.  In Land Recording )islrict  of Vancouver! arid situate District Lot :2739:;    '���  TAiCE  Notice r thjjt. jjoan  Audrey Cunningham of JHalf-  moon B*y, "B.C. ioccupaion  housewife intends 4p a;?ply for  permission to purchase the following described lands;  ; Commencing at a p(^t pliht  led 28 chains north and J.eh? ins  east from the south weit i:or-  iner of/district Lot 2739 r thepce  j20    chains   isouth; " thence  15_  jchains east; thence approxL-1  chain north- to highway 101  right of way; thence following  highway -101 right of waly in approximately , a north \yest dir  rection to point of commence  ment and containing 1^ aci|e&,  jmore or less  The   purpose  for   wljich   lhe  land is required: is homesitt  Joan Audroii- Cun^ingltp-m  :Dated June 29, 1964  9725-pub. July 8, 1^, 22, 29  Wifie   to   husband,   drinkijng  ivvhiskeji' for cold curej  if you're not breaking !up y  cold   germk,   at   least!  you  showing them a good tipe!"  I count  I had  named;  In whtt^  proved  ^deaths]  siyely'1<n   white   bread  during  an cxpe|4mcnt by British scientists.  b'Agdiel,'  "Was'llH  ' pij^sei  rbited:  in prayer 1 tyill jcntrea  'us-this day iOU^-.daily  That' is orie pai;t of th  iPrayer   we [can1, forg  (  bread."'  2' LQrd'sl  et. Our I  thing of'  '   ti  4~ \  the Head \yrote,  tjd several years ias a  tivb but iW now prohi-  Aficr killing 10 dogs  Iiteho^'d|,hlnk it w<?uld be. How  artyjjhijinans 'drew; their last  '���'mm On account of lit? It was.  I Hyas as lured, harmless to hu-  kna^.'|Was it? If so why was  its' i^stb Iprohibited? Anything  thM Ym ikill 10 dogs can hardly biEJ elassed as healthy for  any7livir& body.  "The    lublic,"   the] head   of  ��  huge  bakery   combine   told _  meb"wcn"t accept the old i^X  shioned   bread   you'speak   of.  They   flant   an    exceptionally  *ee\  \,' lib. *$el ^aptis^  li." SechelL I  Su I'day School I  ^qhlifcji itii5| .-.  'iPrayer meetilng  gMM>AMMwl<U������iMi��ii����ii�� ****** ****** ***.*,**.. 1 .| nnnn inrLnjinnk-inH--  Rob  Lutneran Vtanhiv Scrv  1    '*i  Home service 7:3C p.m  4 Sunday at the home of  Hall, Porpoise Bay Re pa.  lnformatid*?> phone  885-2027,, fjWor Jo  Sunday Scfhool   11  noon.    s  TWIMGHI^ THEATRE  G'bions ��� Phone 886-2827  All evening shows:  8 p.m.  Children's Matinee,. Saturdoyj 2:3(j) p.m.  cc.  2 ard  Irrarik  685-20 )8 *r  -in Ulmer,  p.m.  ts   ]J2  S  I  h.  ���    -jf  -    t  I  ��    \  " t  1      ^  iii  - j-  s  >_  We^c., Thur|!.f Fri.  Glenn Ford ��� Shillcy Jones ��� Stella Steven:  DaIi_4a   CL����..aaJ ! _��_.__    n     la .    1  .  July 29, 30, 31,  tto Sherwood 1 with  Ronny  Moword  (stotl  of Music\ Mori  ond Kith the Andy] Griffith Show)  Dino  II  THE COURTSHIP OF EDDIE'S  TOP COMEDY  Satjukdoy Matinee  Woft^r Pidgcon ���. Joan Fontaine ��� Barbara  Avalon  FATHER  L  [VOYAGE TO THE BOTTOM OF  7  4ur  re  August t  Eden ��� Frankic  1  THE SEA    !  Saif., Mon., Tues. a^iji  Williom Holilcn ��� Clifton Webb Jf- Fronde  SATAN NEVER SLEEPS \  SEE THIS... SEE THIS... SEE Tlr\  ust.l, 2, 4  Nuycn /  /  s-** '���feWwvC-5**���*  seas:  Times  BUSINESS DIRECTORY  V  SHERIDAN T.V.  Sales and Service  RADIO ��� APPLIANCES  Phone 885-9605  H. B. GORDON &  KENNETT LTD.  Real Estdte and  Insurance  Phones:  7   885-2013, 886-2191  PLUMBING REPAIRS AND  INSTALLATIONS-  Agent for StihLpower sows".  "  TILLICUM PLUMBINGb  7   Box 316, Sechelt  PHONE 885-2055  WATER SURVEY  SERVICES-  Complete Wafer System Service  L. C. EMERSON^  \    Sechelt 885-9510(  7] ' > ��� ; Insured Blasting^, .--  # ���  Frank E. Decker  OPT OMETRIST  BaT Block -  Gibsons 1  Every Wednesday  for���appointment  886-2166  Phone SecheIt7885-9669  PENINSULA  BUILDING SUPPLY  b "The House With A Heart"  E.' J. Cc'dweli, Proprietor  Box 97 - Sechelt, B.C.  Roy Newman] Plumbing  Davis' Bay Read,  WMsdn Creek  A     phone 885-2116  LAURIE SPECK  -SHEET METAL LTDb  .      - -\t - :<*  Oil Heating .-|| Furnaces  ] j bb7Sheet A|e|al*  _b  !-: j - "\ GIBSONSL B.C. 7 ".  |-H%one 886-9961  TREE FALLING  __ - TOPPING OR REMOVING  7 LOWER LIMBS FOR VIEW.  Insured work from Port Mellon  to Pender Harbour "-  Phone 886-9945  MARVEN VOLEN  SWANSON BROS. _  Septic Tanks and Drain Fields  -Becitfcoe ond Front tad  ^ '.-'.-'    Loader Work  "       Screened Cement Gravel ���" 7  Fill and Road Gravel  ���-.. "Phone 885-9666 --  Box I7i-Sechett  -   .   Scows ��� Logs  SECHELT TOWING  & SALVAGE LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving  & Log Towing ���  L. HIGGS  1?hone 835-4425  STUCCOING-PLASTERING  GYPROC JOINT FILLING  CEMENT WORK  -., -   'by   .      "--.'  N. SCHOENEWOLF  Phone 886-2862    %  AUTOMATIC LAW^!  The Sechelt Peninsula Times, We<f., July 29; 1964 Page 3 ling leads to eowsj Lie i  .        .    *       *       ' _ -    _ _ -. getting * a -little teetpera*  A Canadian in Florida ssf ��,"*�������$ jfbSb  * ___-  .' -    '  -J : ���  This iis .what   Mfrt|age-Lifter  ~~ ���   j - ���^y Peggy Tcnfield -did,  add. sorelybtfel  -he  pa-  a   ���\-4ttttt'  -ct _-j-       b* .'..,, . tiesce of J. J. dot day he lost  A MiIvE Flondian^ for some inexplicable reasocr is his patience  ant Mvincr-oh  called-a'-cracker." The interesting thing is, that it for" heaver/*  ��kf. V��s  stay  is a rare occasion to meet one. When, you consider that cow. move out of (he;]way: * he  the population of this stkte has increased 75 per cent, thwacked Mortgisfc-iifier ��ith  double the percentage increase of the United-States as -the^rhha. <^_ bis} |and  a whole/it is easier to see why  -\r  MOWER SHARPENING*  Get Your L^wn   Equipment _ i^ave"!^ fa��~^*h��h��-  SharpenetT Now animals axe smarter than Sve  you don't often come across  people both born and bred I in  -Florida: r      J  A friend of mine, who "is a  real cracker, (come to think  of it, I have only known two  since arrival here almost three.  years ago) once told me that  Florida has the cream of the  erop, ior all the nicest people  front everywhere else comefto^  settle here. v   "    . * 1    -  Shetmay have been exaggerating.^ bit, but it is* eertahi  that people arrive here who  have had fascinating back-  pounds developed all over the  world, and are wonderful J to  know and to talk to. One J of  these is the" father of my best  friend, Eileen. His same j is."  Jersey. Jenkins, .the most fa:  mous cowpoke of them all. and  the only cow he poked burst  into tear?. |  - Yes, = Lome < Jersey) _JenJdnk  had a herd of Jerseys on his  farm  at Rennslaer Falls, Xpvs--  York. The   thing   about   these  Jenkinses   was   the   way  they"  were 'sweet 'on   Jerseys,   with  their    big    limpid   eyes.   And  some of the tales ofjhe gciflgs  on at that* farm make valuable ~  additions  to the  casual  study  left the "Sowers alone, .find  right en the button, shot baefc-  to the pasture just before the  rest of the herd "returned.  When they did^there she- was,  chewing away ia'a barren earner of the yard.  ��� This west on, year.In and  year oat. And - Jersey Jenkins,  feeling the way; he does abeat  cows, left the fence and its  gap alone, "for .he figured"- that  any cow smart enough to hold  such mastery of .the whole situation had earned the privi-  Jege.    "  _        1    .    -   _  -And then, there was Mart-*  -gage lifter, a hefty, sentimental son. of- a. cow, who loved  ;.J. J. jsisi as much as he loved  her���maybe more so. * Mor��  gage-lifter wis used to being  coddled more titan many cows  are, and responded as ail the  Jenkins* Jerseys did, by giving more milk���which, is all  yoa can ask from a. cow,._t��aIIy.  Of. coarse, "sometimes   codd-  Mortgage 4 Lffter^ - turned  areata!, ��ave J.f J. t' shocked  look out of her tfegf brown eyes,.  opened her-mou^Xaod sobbed  and cried a^d bjrw'ed and "carried--'ca sonielhiig \ frighlfuL  Asd d yoa'v-e" neier seen a cow  erytsg, ycu'dan* f fcor the ha����  of it."     * -! *| *!  And yoa prcbjhfy pevcr wiU  fcnaw^ for ��� most {cows aren't  Jeckins.* Jersej*s| frh* feel that  there" Es a reasofx |or living,  .   Anyway, it's iMple like^ifer���  sey Itsikms wbsi note to Fl-K"  Ida���4-faieh . is d pice scrt o��  thing J to happed *��� -     '    '  It's-^nqt the minutct >on take  at the table thai uiak-? j<.hi fat-1  ���it's ��the secetK^.'  |   N.W. HALL  !          Contre��t����5  ��� Sheet Mdol InUsUaficn  OS   Hcflf  -Einsucirsq  8SS-96Q4 .        :  i��i��elt, B.C.  Irvine Benner  Phone 885-2292  I  X:  , fhe Finfest! In   --:"  -1 FLOWERS \    Z   X  -   \ ';    '���   J ' ��� ���  -     it   ������-���������--.  ���    .' :  ���     - : ~~Fpr Air Ozictlcns - r .  ELDRED'S FL0|vER7sHpP  1  '-   Cowrie Street! Seehelt - -',  Pliohe 885-4455  PENINSULA ROOFING-  ��� Asphalt & Gravel    ,  bb-^jilf^up| Rcofs       "  .    Guenther Barowsky  : R.RJ No.  T Gibsons  CHAIN SAW CENTRE  Wilson  Dealers   fcr   P.M.  Creek   ^  CancdSen,   Mc-  Cul!och_ ond Home'*te'; Chain Saws.  .Complete stock jof-oil models  Parts! and repjair service.  Teleiihone 885-2228  Phone 885-2062  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Electrical Contractors  fences - Electric Heat  Phoi^e 885-2062  T TINGLEYS  HI-HEAT  SALES and SERVICE  _-     for all-your heating  _  ; ^requirements      -r  4 Oil, Co/s Finante Plans  b z C. WZ (Cal) TlngJey "  Bex No. 4 \ 7, Sechelt  885-^9626 ��� 885-9332  b   CABINETS  CUSTOM WOODWORK  b      HOMES   .  y- Guenther Barowsky  X   ; R.R. .No.  1  Gfbsons  7    f��hohe 886-9880 7*  NEVENS TV & RADIO  V SALES & SERVICE  A   AH Appliances  " Frcnchised Philips Dec'ers  I z. Marine Drive - Gibsons  b   PJione 886-2280  CUNNINGHAM  AMBULANCE SERY|CE  J b HALFMOON BAY  Emergency crufnen Emergency .  caiis.   Special    rates- fcr   CAP.  Qualified persconef  24 HOUR SERVICE  .     iPhone 885-9927     \  FIREPLACES  PLANTERS  FOUNDATIONS  b  ^VALLS  A, SrMPKINS - 885-2132  C USE TIMES CLASSIFIED..  FOR   QUICK   RESULTS  . are.-    - - -.     - %  Take the cow for\ insta.tie,  :with the -mosfTimpU eyesl of  all. This, cow's name was Ko-  hawk, and one day Mr. Jenkins noticed that the big brmrn  eye^ were tinged with pinkeye.  So he got some medicine and  popped it into Mohawk's, trusting 'raouth. _ M "  Mohawk thought about this  all through the night, and -J as  soon as the bossni2s came  out of "-he house next morning.  there "was Mohawk hanging her  head over the garden ferice,  long =pisk tongue, stuck*:4itr  -asking mutely for another mlL  And then there was Pet_;Pet  early on sur. that at certain  times, of the year the satss  grew greenest about the fanx3y  ' garden, which was ene!o5ed|by  a fence���except in. one sniall  spot where it was broken. J  - Xow. -here's - where cows - ire  /marter.thau humans���did Pet  - r^sa Qver and gobble up the.  nasturtiums and wreck . lhe  fence completely? No, Qertslhly  not! She- lagged behind uStfl  all- the other cows had ^.vended  their .way _ovef; the- h^lC Taen  she ambled back over U? the  garden at a fast trot, squteied  25 -;delicately- \'as a cow can  squeeze through the gap is. tie  fence/ nibbled . at   the   grass.  Can Help You "Sm Money  And End Up With "Satisfaction?  r       **rm*m-*t~^  rf  LfNSANDED  D. SH EATING  4x8k5/ 16-  S2-��  4x8 *2S  2-93  4rSr��.2 .   ,.',....��� 3.95  4x8xSH . __.__-4.95  4xSx.i ���_____-'6.00  FREE DELIVERY ANYWHERE  ���*"������>  t  i  v  |t7~  ��c*l  FLYWOODS  ���      SANDED -:-*  >- '    #*"  .- FACTORT    : ��  4xgx*��__    $3.70  4x8x3^ 4.is  4xfxt,  44s y, 'X _ "  4x8x|< _; 740 : i j*   "I  4xSx4i ._.. ....   lis   �� :I   {  ��� tf I* i  tr    fet  'Everything to Build Anyth&i  r* *--'r?*'-,**3*.'rtf��r?i*%'"  "SECHELT  Fhone 8S5-2283  PRINTING  7 BUSINESS ���^PERSONAL  7-SOCIAL.        b  RUBBER STAMPS {;  THEt TIMES     j  Phone 885-9654 -  !.'  t  ix  -    l  PREVENT FOREST flRES^^  Air Charter  Fishing j  Hunting I  Freight j   -  Air Taxi I  ECHELT MIR.-.'KRVK  PORPOISE BAY   (Sechelt)   B.C.  Akcraft Maintenance  . t  Contract Flying]  Sightseeing Tourf  i _. lit  Timber CruiMrigi  !      - | f-  J  . i ��� . I      i    ���  Air Ambulance]  phone SECHELi\:g��5.-5_j|||| and BobK PLr��ifrt  f:-  V  *  ���J  _ " m^i^^/--^y. .J^'xt yO-.,, z :;   -':-,.  j  ��� ��� ',    ������tr^������ n Offter : .   ������ I    Night Relict;  mBF * ;  '���^*'--"'o��:--i  n 'f '������         rt.-'X   "-i :7 >'   ' ���-                          -������������                                          <                      " -        IT/-    -:i'-'--i          ,'   -Long  files of men on dark'  B bMb^^P*^^                                                             .        >          ���     ;'          '                                   , |��jtIfiti��ffS ���= cned ways             b  B "b A' '" -b'-'           ������' b ^"""b^"'' 'b"-'b-77 7'.7'/nT-.-. ; ���   ."".    -'      '                                   "L.J"-)    ��,.���"'��� h*W flrffcve ro fee rfeA/." b      ^w..rd s���javs  ���I       "Tp 2'fie time Has Comil-. . . . . . ToJZalk ofWanb mngs;t of Shoes, Ships, Sealing Wax, [Cabbages, Kings f ���John Atkins     OH,w"ro ��P  >         j  mm              ,    -       I         'XA^A"                                        j                    ��� ...                                                    I             [_ *   "\   * And grasps fair lands to wrm{  H '  -'I'-V  lb"'       T x-    " " ;    -/ Wednesday,JuIy-29,^964            ,          j   . -_   ���I--' -Wft _eiiiila*-*^*     from ,hem ,hc td*1  ���      ���-"- -!-  ��� ��� ��� Elutmiate imnaired drivers      ��� mzd m ^ *<*������* <* w^  GE|N1|RALLY   acknowledged   as   ofle   of  the1  greatest potential  killers on trie high vay  todfty,j tli e impaired driver, when actually cau'ht,-  setdora receives a sentence commensurate \pith  the offeice.  \  ell  his    ,,���  JoTmsqn  time, averag  one a month  This is  toll of human  cent people ( by  ^Irivers  d one a wefk. tlpoday if h  he is busy  brought to a sudden halt. >tot 1>y fines, for there  Only too frequently ipo [we read of innocent    braugnt to a;suaaen nait. noi p unia, im uiciu ^^ ^jj. -ast been excrucia.  lives lost through the [activities of a drunken   W always those Who can affordUo ignore them.jingjy revjbwed at court  driver, vfho, strhngely enough, gets ^iway \^ithrjB\^ by prison sentences^ _^vte\and evjm  10    TJr hoj.t wanted i0 ^ c<>m.  nmnlb nrrwtf M hcW easv the daiW:IT IS easy to say all tbe wrong ,jmo thc dark for j  -���  intoxicated irorons, cot Id be ����J! ^^"ffluSi A"   ,i��ht Jics  quenchcd   bc'  u- u,.i.  -o���, ��.��� �����-��i  r��, rUm tante    P-irty    last    aepiunuci *��;!������� hi��,i,i-  perialty. wai imfjosed fof  damages  1 ^first houst. . The **Associated  a; tWyi^l Is^ntehle/ despiie ^e.'carnag^ and i)iis- y yejirs, plus the life susp^nsio^i 6f driving ;li- p^^  left n his (irresponsible wake.  Thel monstVdus sitiiatkn should and ecjuld  elrmliijateijl, virtually {overnight, by the sin pie  prqcey of "increasing the sentence to such |n  extbm jtliat, fearloi' the j consequences would re-  mo|ve cjli, inclinatjqn to jdriVe after a drink  Ah indicatiop of the etjfect of drastic p'c ial-  tte4 maiy bcjgatlicred frdtn"^ relport in The Pjaw  Riy& ���"*"  .... News,! which Recalls jthat shortly after  ajjipointment to' office, I Magistrate )J. S. P.  I of; Powell River I declared lie w^t uld  impose heiivier penalties |on 7 impaired xlri -ers  qrojught before him. Hethe|n proceeded to tjack  ilp 'his tlilreat with $300 fin^s.  blmpiired -drivers, before the "court at [hat  ceijccs  If such a ,        ��� ....,,  offender,; it would be  a \krry;pafe  asstulnption reposed  that_mahi' of the offenders \Vould be instantly cases   of  elimTnated- I ! .      J    ,    ���   case of *  Sets   (Christiin Science Monitor)  Night Relief  Long files of; men on darkened ways  Soft muffled sounds) as legions  onward   roll  Towards thc hellish. dilch that  outward splays  And grasps fair lands to wring  from them the toll  Fair lands soft kissed by  gentle breath of * spring  And timid buds peer' forth  to  fnjwning shade {  all is dark  ring  ncjith  Attila's  blade-  |   ^1'-   ...        ^  On, on  tfifc sullen  trudgfc  of  :or   $6,000  to   a   rented  This might sound a severe; remedy, but it twoday oky. What, did he  . .   .      1.     e        . .... i ....  J._.      ..���..li<>   rVUA Kadi   iYiiv;rKl   hln  should ^be -borne in mind, therefore many ^oung-- P^ct? Th  sters throughout the province, orphaned feecausc yhe.Hcl"��r.  their parents were victims of a drunken driver. toT^n,J  There  are -also those  among;ki^,  cripphd  for ^^Jl  life from the ^same cause, whilb \the dri^nk re- "*  sponsible is free to carry on uw  free to carry on undeterred,  tencc is too' severe when li  ���Njoj sentence  at stake and in this case, the  tainly justify the ipeans.  ���JW  ,< I BlliLEt-' AS the greatest! change in telephone  - j       j tec! nology since the j introduction of   jial;  i phones liaj the early '20s|, "^ouch-tone" calling is  way:.:--       ;  J features   push-button   phones   land  ones, instead qf dials and the com en-  g-a-ling."       I    ! ��'  Eesjt the phone-reisea(rchers rqst too cbm-  fdrtibty iipon^their laurels, here are a few  lHipfreifehis Jliey^haye not achieved:  coming c  7 Thi  musical  tional !"d|  much  sad  end wou  lb'cs are\ards  ManL 0f tliem irk to talk     DEATH t^ie fickle7bitch  [d cer-  frustrated,  \eral   declifie  worth  of  guest-  Press  l|hat he supplied 20  champagne ; and 12  lisky and gin'for a  ex-  and   into  the  broken Itfcat  On   lorturcil   roads  ; glctomins \ keji  Acrqls j th,e-barren  fields  leaden feet  |  In ' vfastcd. :pride  projests   tho  'strrngih|Jof linen   j  .  Who but thjjy chose On, on fori caujicless cause towards die  d^ich  r generations, those WhcI^    cnl,y \ fwn^_ dccrcc  thttf  YOqTH \ shall  vie  boys mostly blamed  t amused or merely  fit this into the gen- n      ���- \. ��� \      .  of. moral   stand- To_^hare.  \^e .fouch   vvh,cfl  '  ����i-\ instrument that answers autompti  all wrong numberi and exKorta  "free" prizes,    3f ,1  A'' phone   thirt   automatically   limijs  talks .to, a Oat 15l minutes.  s    And equipment that autdmatically  volume to cortpenskte for shouting kids,  mufflers,] 4iot-^odders,   screechjing   radids  televisiori sets:) ������'!  \  bt   thei   moral   code,   >vith   the Shall ijcver 4��it &pd there un��  linking   fueling   that .the   old sated lie  powerful   iwords   don'jt   raach  those \Vho need to bej reached On, dni and oldster eyes  lhe  and often go right pfist their youth whose7 anxious pace  own    children.    They! wonder v    i       Wtin&Unc   ^  what- their own guilt has to do 7   i             *7J \  MOUNTAINOUS piles! of literature arrive  on the editorial, desks of most newspapers,  ti dlf it destined for the refuse box, some  ��j|ij*    (. small! publication kfnown as "Aleit" and mniled  i$?x  m  W  ���:*^i  I!        *  **1   '���  #*  ���gagr  *^Ki r  -=*!**��  W  m  of jl used, in the icurrent edijtionand the  mainile^ invatriably; filed for la,ter perusal.  One such item taken from. the files  if  is a  from! Toronto, deqicat4d,| it >yoi*iIdv appear  the battle of the diseasle lot-Communism.  but a part of the claiims of Alert  noisy  amj was reported by the isjew York  Hearld Tribune as? s aypg:  ^rmTnolt ashamed i>f anyth^  ing I did L . . If j-ou had been  npn peep SfSSS  cialism; 4 the same W we have to consider g^^^Ogg  the tremendous damage that lean and indeed f��)r Uvo ^ys and nig Hts with-  is, inflicted upon our economy by theSr hold out ^p^g an4 without eat-  lipi^ across  ions to |try for with'this "iindlt^akens their     ��*1��'W*f�� througlij  . ability to help. ! From  whitened  teen     There was a little fnore in- - furrowed fdc^  l     siglit froni Eaton Brooks, one Knovv*ftg,|   ye^J unknown  f"    of the bojp who were] fall ulti-  bookts mately acauitted of ai[y actual  f*. crime. Obviously defensive, he  re  in niany fields of industrial endeavor.  It is obyious we have tgmaintai  stam vigil for with our guard down the  could well develope to catastrophic pre  thc  -morrovj-'s view  Stark    realities   of   night    all  ghastly: dreams   ' j  Each   to   himself   communes  but yet outspoken-'  The-grin,   thje   M>ng| exultant  though it sbems \  h  laughter   wrung  from   lips  of men heartbroken  j7    v  '   u    : ���  Hush, the goal is hear, grim"  ing and we kept that up for 36     silence, damn the dark  to  are  feA*'^  Pi  53Si"  ; true, Ithen it is embarking upon a very commendable! campaign, warranting the support or all  who jloathe the_insidious' grasping tentacles of  Kremlin subversion.    ! ,  :  The  publication  states,   "fcommunist:    in  Canada continue to^opefate qn the; "soft   ine"  currently  prescribed by  Moscow. ;'  !        f'Indigenous to1 the co-operatton approach  .f.of tte jsoft line periods is extension of the <'om-  jnurjist apparatus further* into our national struc- .  ture7 -.  ���      �� 7  j"l|n the  pasti thi;;  type  of extension  has  j not qe&i allowed to go beyond the .point -where,  centralized control cou d still be maintained.  Alert' continues, "Tl e Canadian Peace Congress], continues to.hue to the Moscow directed  propaganda line, and vorks closely with sther  ftontji groups. Its main efforts being toward the  inducement of non-coi ^munist organizations to  co-operate with. it. , '  "Having penetrated ah organization, ��� the  ground is carefully prepared for the next step^  Menjbers of the organization are accustimed  to tiie Idea of acceptance of C|ommunists within the !group/and of working I with Comnunist  organizations.  "This-process is accompanied by th< development of attitudes which make accef table-  the type of Commtnist propagarida A/hich  breaks: down reason and encourages superficial emotionalism, particularly in the realms of  interhationar affairs. . ,..;  "Thus,*" concludes Alert, "consciously on  the part of the Communists, and urtCons,ci >usly  on the part of their well-intentioned d upes,  new avenues are opened for further,penetration  and extension of the Communist network in  this tountry." -        ,  !       ���  ���There is undoubtedly a lot of truti in  these statements and wfiile activities of the Ooin-  munists within qur midst,are significantly quiet  at this time, there is unquestionably a steady in-  filtratiqn into the irankjs of those susceptible to  glib-tongued idealists.  Most of us qre \\fell aware that ours is a.  sun half  got to  a <Jon-,hours, out in the hot _  jcoijjrge the time, so when we  irt!ion. ihe Ladd house we weren't the  sams people.  'There's too much  A   rustled  map   a  smothered  curse a tiny light "  And   watchers   of   the    Line  drinking     have found a mark  MlfflMte  Messages. E��in8 on today,"  Bro|>ks said! Black  night  is split  by  lurid  j "Most   people   are  i those passages of Scrip]  I do [not understand; but  passages that bother me  I do under:  bothered,  qre  Matjc  'I    know    that.    Everybody  knows  it.   But  what jare  you  going   to  do   about  it?   Your  ��S own   New  York  Statb   allows  they people   to   start   drihking   at,  1 M* 18. They would sell me. drinks'  oh when  I was 14 because they  'fli'it are all to make a buck. -Every-  ���   body knows the morals of this  country   are. going   down   the  flame,   the   burst  And    flailing    steel    descends  with scorching breath  Confusion   reigns,   God   what  a ;placc to die  Machine    guns    chant    their  gluuony  of  death* " <.  As f their    raging    lead    ripsi-  through  the  sodden sky.  On.  oh   at  any  price  though  torn and dead  they (the disciples ani Je- "gh^ have been_a ijeform of shall strew the road and bathe  ' 7    . .the   liquor ,laws.   A   series  of  how) easy, it Scandafe- ^ been followed by  HE RETURNED FORTTFIE:  "COME!YE yourselves apart and rest awhileC said fesus drain."  to His disciples] The day when these woids Were     That same issue of the Her-  spoken, was such a busy day in the life of Jesus iwith aid Tribune reported from AI-  people  crowding,about seeking  His  help,  thilt  Mark bany the final collaps^ of what  the Gospek writer tells us,  sus) had no leisure so much as to eat   ....... ��.p-..  would have been for Jesus to have said to the discjiples sidetrack  the real  is|sue.  The  who had jusi come back from their first mission jtotir, liquor lobbies rode high.,at Al-  with glowing reports! of the suceWs of their wcrk, con- bany.   "Reform*'   finally   came  itinue your good works here Butljinstead He said, "dome d?w" to the degree of competi-  apart and rest.** How often Jesus took time to ,lraw Se^'to tiS^lgirlS And >his^ ^ ^all  apart by the sea ori lake, on a Mil top or wier<j the t0mers.  The decistoh" was for  flowers bloomed, in! order to heafcHis Fathers vjolce. more  From such rest He cjame back fortified for the.  and minds: May it be that by lake or sea, m bpau^y of  woods or flowers, (heD Voice of our Master  heard, so renewed by His Spirit, we return to c  To accept the challenge to serve in His Name.  66  5?  v.  b  a�� Quoted  society unlikely evler to succumb to extreme so-  'he second  '��� 7,'b,^ b7-|7'*7v-7 -^-^:A^y  T^v- ^^s-.-KS^-,  -~y  Elberti-Hubbard:  There !are two kinds! of discontent ,in this  the   discontent   that, works,   and   the   discontent  wrings  its  hands.  The   ft,rst  gets  what  it  wants  the  second  loses  what  it: had.  There  is  no  curi  the first but success, and there is no cure at  sjMMMa&i  He too  what  has  and  kmand-    'Returning to rooks,  "A cer-  ing needs. Holiday tSme is here. Each of us nieds rest ^in    atmosphere,"    he    said, Their   doxology  and change, a necessary prescriptioh for tire< I bilxb'es caused ��italh lhe at[mosphere     cry 0N, on  ���    ���  ���-     ��� r   r .    prevailed."  He seemed to be  grouping for something beyond  may bc this one small if irrigating in-  ii^ vork cident  We could ,say manyl things a-  -Miss H. E. Campbell b0Ut ^at atmosphereJ It is the  St. John's United Church. Wils^ <U thT^anJ fMXTK  jungle. It brings self-indulgence and ���riot but much more  seriousl than these, it is the  enemy of the -mind-and of  character in all oui| society,  **.~* t*.* iu_ v�� Sl?d ultimately, of human -life  f?od "* -\bo^3hi itself. We, too, woulh like to  better  ime,   faced   \nth  boy*  its stortes in blood  The    ditch    where * Moloch's  maw must needs be fed  Shall gulp all. nations wealth  like endless  flood  lick  their lips anon "  There    lies    their    feast    th��  youth wiih glazing eye  lhe' senseless  gone  on,  why:  on   to  wforld:  that  and  for  3  like   Brooks  who   will   decide  mility.  We u:oidd like to isk tihem  in all candor: What .kind of  society ind world do they  want?   wjhat  effort   are  they  for willing toj put forth tp achieve  , , it? This ijs not just a challenge.  SiZekE&VzimEULATfefi&  Published Wednesdays  at Sechijlt -j  on B.C.'s Sunshine Coast  '���I bv  Sechelt Peninsula Times Ltd.  ^Box 381 -Scchell. B.C.  Serving'the area from .  Port Mellon to Egmont  {Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet)  Douglas G. IVkeeier, Editor  S. B. Alsgard, Publisher  I. 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V  '.rJ  ��� j-  -  -;:.-- I���Bf your; gardener��� Th�� OH Re&e  THIS IS THE latest that the] seed of biennials andpereiK  - nials can be sown to Jbe sure of having strong plants  that will survive1 the winter, While some bienmalsTare  often treated as annuals, sueh as Pansies and wallflower,  the majority of them give their best-display the second  year/ The old fashioned" Sweet f :   "  William seems to be coming  back i&to. favor again and the  newer varieties come in various  -combinations  of colors.   When  of Bermuda and ;ber sister  ship, the Ocean Monarch, call  regularly.-* ��� '"  The   ancient   capital  of   St.  biennials become established;  i.e., ia their second year, "they  cair be best propagated by cat-  tings. In this "way you will always have, biennials at their  best to biocnx between spriiqj  bulls and the annuals.  'The  perennial*  are   a" large  amnro i* tm the- Mt Foand^l" f groaP =��* ���� indispensable^ ia  George is on the- eatt. Founded., ^ ^-^ ^ fite4 ^ a  specialized care as one would  t-  Springtime in Bermuda *  SAILING IN JHamilton tlarbour, Bermuda, where- the  big cruise ships dock, lis a favorite past-time for visitors to this tiny mid-Atlantic holiday spot, just two hours  away from Canadian shores by Traas-Canada Air lines-  turbo-prop aircraft. ...-_    ���  Carol atoll �� �� .  Colony of Beniiudd  7 \  THE TINY^fiFllTISH colony, of Bermuda, warmed by,  the waters of the Gulf Stream, is an* all-year-round,  vacationiand. Located in the Atlantic Ocean" about 700:  miles due south*of Halifax and 570 miles-west of Cape ���  Hatteras, North Carolina, it boasts an average mean"  temperature of 70 degrees. X: .,    A"X._. ;~b '-"?:..: j-'A���  Bestv of  ail,  it  is  just ov3r    Iands^is i-bewitchiiig 'todav as  two   hours   from   Montreal   or _(*��� was-wircu Sfr George Somers  Toronto   by  Trans-Canada   Air    came  ashore  in   1609   after a  Lines turbo-prop Vickkers Vanguard aircraft.     -  Bermuda actually consists of  a hundred-odd islands connected by bridges and causeways.  shipwreck.^ His story  was  immortalized by Sfiakespheare- in -  ''The Tenrfpest" and  the same  serene 'quality of climate, landscape and people still casts a ,,  ^irrounding by clear seas, eor-    "Bermuda"  spell   over   all   who  al reefs: knd   the   finest   pink    come* to visit *" '  ?      v- ---������  sand beaches.  The hl^s  and*     0ncyQt  the  hi'gklights   of  a  pinks-of   se?    sky ^and   sand.    vacatjGa in EcrmiuLi ^  a Iei.  the soft pastels of the ^islands    surdv tour cf ils 22.mila j     ^  from  tip to Up.  Exploring tne  I    \  =��� limestone      architecture.      the  pro-fusion  cf  bright   blossoms,  ' rVines and trees, all combine to  give Bermuda an aura of pej--.  Jfection.'  This tiny chip of England,  the world's norUic-nimcst coral  atoll, has successfully weathered the' hurricane of mass-produced tourism which hi recant ���'  years has roared over other  famous   vacation   playgrounds.  colony is something. like browsing, through Tild prints in a  sleepy bookshop.; as scon as  yoa try to hurry you jniss  everything; Bermuda is best  spin in quiet side trips at the  relaxing rate' of bicycles, or  slow boats.  RURAL  WEST .  " Despite its" midget size Ber-  There  are no trailer campsr.   muda   offers   a   tremendous   a-  molels,  drive-in   restaurant or  bil^-baarcSinfested       highways  mount of variety. Somerset, on  the w^st. Is rural. The central  marring Ui2 islands. Cars have capital   of   Hanuitod^is   lively,  small7 fcreign . niodsls,   "and and   busy   with   yacht   clubs,  th'eir speed is" kept down to a museums, the Bermuda Cathe-  pace not much faster than thc drat, th^ Sessions House" of As-  hprse-drawb ' carriages     they - sembly, _ GovercmeEt ��� -House,  have  replaced.; Front Street and  the. dockside  The   atmosphere   of   the   is- ^area whsre the" famous Queen  ih -1612. and inhabited since its  founding; St. George fell asleep  when the capital was moved to  -Hamilton-ISO years, ago. It is  only no��b waking-op from its  ���long, slumber and careful re-,  storatiqn Isr bringing" back the  flavour of its past-7  Kmg's Square: with its pillory  - and stock, the Town" Hall andr!  the - town crier. State House |  and St. Peter's Church, be- I  lieved to be the* oldest An^i- |  can chureh itt__the Western- I  Hemisphere, have all been re- !  turned to life. Here you can ��  wander afong streets with such |  colorful names as .One Gsa_J  Alley, Old Maids Lane, -Shin-"|  bone Alley, Blockade Alley and J  the King's Parade. :""       I  ���' The time-honored  method of |  touring Bermuda on holiday is  I  f by bicycle, mustle-powered. or I  by ���'put-pfct'* with a><2ie-horse- |  power atailiary  motor.  Buses  go   almost   everywhere,     and  very    cheaply.     Fringe-topped  latle  English  taxis   are  more  expereive.   about.���S��0   for   am  eight-hour day. X*. z. ~-- - -- -  FISHINO   GROUNDS  Bermuda is renowned for Its  -sporting facilities. . There - is  superb swimming at beaadful  teaches. . *vor!<- famous * golf  "clubs, sailing and deep-sea  iishing- grounds.^ ^. ;_..   ;l  Informality Is the. order of  the day so-far as cloihinf is  ccncernedl Bermuda " shorts  are worn oa. all occasions although jacket and ti e are -  necessary for dinner.  There is - accommodation  available" ih Bermuda to fit *  every -pocket beck. Rates range from as little-as STC* for  eight daj^ and jeven sights  'without nreals to dose-to S20OO.  all " meals" included, with a  choice of hotels, guest houses  and cottage colonies.  Trans-Canada Air Lines -economy class return fare- from  Montreal, Toronto and Ottawa  is just S151.40. while first class  retum'fare is SZXf.O. Economy  class fares are ��*U3.Sj from  Vaccouypr and Victoria: S329.-  50 from Calgary and Edmonton, and $243.i6 from Wicai- -  peg. - ~ -   -  I imagine. Af planting time the-  | soil should, be well enriched and  | only young, healthy stock used.  }A mulch-1applied each winter-  | and allowed to work its way  I down will keep thess srowiag  ! strongly until time7 omes to  lift   and   divide   them,   usually  V  every  three or four j-c-arK   A  I perusal _<a  agy  talalnzze '.'* ��I  giveyou a Est af perennials but  be sire |o gtt the seed Ceriy  while the' selection Is'good."  .Tie gnixp o�� flowers Qatr^re  classed *s Wenaials-. afirf pefes-  nials faitjare used astaisnials,  that is fbrr. one season fotsly^ ia-  ciade Myisctia. va&f&iwer and  pansy. These ^^e asel. is-this  manner lis make it taster to  sow acnoals whiEbtle telh*  are still ia tie beds. Acridly  pansies will give, much iar,:r  l^oms tli" seeand year if fct y  are cut back in the fail ��sd a  rich mulch, applied. As they ire  quite btten _n$ed as i grtLrd  cover in [the rose bed<. it w  usually ".seee*��ary to re fit. -e  them to permit proper nsirt-r-  ing and dfeging- \      .-.  . In the iegeiable IcinidMn- v.e .  also have- hlenmals _agd ptr<*a- *  Trials.    Pfrsmp, ' jarsfeyi  land  cabbage-are typical ^xara&ies .  of JaeaniJls, being so flsfiiled^;  because ffiey-��et. theii* seed in.  the   second   year.   Atparaiu.��,  chives   aad   pereasiai   broeol-'i  are  pereasiai*   that   ey^aej to  nsisd.       f . - -   .-        \  ************m*tv*t  ARE YOU LOOKING FOR I THE BEST?  :  --.-,   -        IM A FURNACE?      __ :     |  -.-. . (or the best terms and ,        \  at the lowest prices? \  No payment unHLOcfober will gefa FUIthfACE-!  MEN   FURNACE.  For cur price  6n<�� ferms  call!  Collect 883-2643 -^- offer 5 p.m.       *       |  <WWWW#MMIWWWWWM**rfWMWt*<WW^^  crpoise  PHONE  r   ** ���  ���Welding, Machining,. 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So now'he has  none.7He wants to remain incognito, bX\ - ������' :  .Mri and Mrs. Riley| came  down; from Pender HarBour to  look at.same Rom-am Tile sam-.   a   ^ _   19, who has an  architectural flare, demanded to see konie good homes,  so we turned up Taylor Way. .The better ^houses all have ,es ^ whlle ^ were ^it.-  stone or brick veneers, quite a number of which Alex jng Vpr Alex the children >*n-  had done. He also pointed out swimniin^ pools, hidden tcrtained them. When they  behind their fences and shrubbery, which he had worked crowded around Anne in her  on. The landscaping has done a great deal for the Brit- ply-pen she was frightened,  ish Properties  PORPOISE BAY offers tremendous potential as a resort  area and^already is \yelJL know lor its good fishing,  While the well sheltered Waters arej        *  shorts  as Vf  bi'otight.out  ���   t ���<  A,  i*fX,  !  W  ��� Vancouver!  as obvious  last '������ week  fishermen, swimijners aijid water skiers.  W!  ., sbita- Dan ���and  |b& arrived here oh their  ���By Mobejl Wagman  A|lff INTE^sfriNG trip-i-Recent, visitors a,t the home  of Mr "  "  fere their]  ideal for aquatic  when  sunny  skies  in]a Mrs. Gl^ii !tjcDo*nal)cl of \Milson Creek  ;dai|ghter-i  A  .   X  <  'Mack and White'. -They;pad made  excursion bifore arriving here -  tduring   through   the   Gulf. ISf- tSiis " arfcd   for   smaller   boats.  lands;-stoppngl off ar Victoria Their   hcUday   here   was   cn.  where   they   were   very   much . -   ,     .             ...  i^pjressed-   vilh   the *" scenic ^-ved very mudl. Visiting and  bbahty,. after which they  con- taking in the fishing.  tinued towari OrJcas Island ahd  tnbi!  to   Galiano  Island   where NEW RESIDENTS  th'ejf enjoved the thrill of pull- [New  residents of the  Davis  ink in a lovely cjight-pound red BaJ" area �����* ������� ���* "-�� wu.  saliiion.  |At    Gabriola   ilsland   they  launched   thpir   boat   at  Sylva  m���:  are Mr. and Mrs. William Bry^ns on Mission Road.  left for Wilspn fjfeek.  (Upon   arriving  || Mr.  anil  Mrs.  Mervyn Hunv-  n Enderby are guests  BiyL which �� a"v6xy teautiful    *#. ^ Big. ^ap\e *l?tc\ %-.  Y 7 '���"J''1 is wprking locally^ at Wil-���  Oh their 4-ay between Poipt  Grei* and "Gibriola Island they  opwienled. an exciting, yet  s(|ai[y venture of meeting up. pn^n and  witl} schools of killer whales ing Mr. aj  in the vicinity of where Moby  bpllj, the farjied whale, was lo"-  sph Creek  VISITING  Mrs. A: an Jackson with Ste-  Dave~have been visit-  md Mrs. Bill' Woods at  csiteid. The noise of the- boat  motor seenejl to keep the  wpajles at a safe distance of  "50 feet whhh also kept Don  frpm taking pictures,  fitom   Gapriolal  Hope.  Visiting  Tuba of  John's un  Mrs. P.  toria. Mr  a hobby  Island   they_  work etc  collection  they _had   t<>    including  i-law Jpanne from  7 ft. speed boat the  a very interesting  Mr.   and  Mrs.  John  Wilson    Creek    are  f:le and aunt, Mr. and  J. Smith 'from Vic-  Phil Smith, who has  of copper .and clay  brought a , beautiful  of' articles  with  him  woodwork. Many peo-  impressed -with   his  We saw one nice lot for sale  'at   $89C0.   VVe   never   dreamed  -there   would   be   houses   here,  when we were young. A notice-  , able  thing  is  the , absence  of  children. ���     ._'  Then we went through Mahon  Park which'waskswarming with  children. Their swimming pool  was closed but the. wading pool  was full of slnall fry. Next  item, was our.old house at 16  Mahon, ��� where Marilyn anti  Billy were babies and didn't jr��  member the cut stone exterior  .or the walled-in barbecue. Tne  rose bushes I had planted we/rc  still blooming.  Every trip to Lynn Valley  for us goes up the From me  Road, to 1010 Chamberlain  Drive, where I was barn and  raised. This place is now owned  by Mr. and Mrs. Paut St.  Pierre, Associate Editor, The  Sun. The same lovely walks*'  and creek which inspire Mr St..  Pierre for his short stories and  programs, were a constant  source of joy to ten of us. I'our  of us^write also.  Due to the growth of trees,  the view is disappointing w hen  compared to what it was when  I was young. At that time we  had a sweeping view of the  valley, Burrard; Inlet and the  whole city.  Then we took the childref to  the Lynn Canyon Suspension  Bridge. The old cafe has been  replaced with a new one in a  different spot. * The original  frails are still there. The  "swinging bridge is still a thlill  for young and old. The picnic  and camping grounds are well  shaded and ^well patronized, j  Stopped in to -see my old  school friend friend Charlotl e  and her husbajid Bill Walker.  They told us that they enjoyed  reading the Times sobmrreS"  they read right through every  word of it.   | _ ���  There are j three big moder l  schools recently built in Lyn l  Valley, but ihe original school  which I attended still stand;.  And in the Village square is l  monument to the principal, Mi.  A.   MacSween.  This man is widely knowi  for his sports interest, but I remember him for the way hi  brought the Scottish literatur?  to life in our English class  -Strangers have taken over m"  beloved valley and tficre ar i  only a few of the oldtimer 5  left there. It is much too. civ-  lized for us -to want to livj  there again.  The children were curious tp  see the VBC. We would���have  liked to have; shown them the  beautiful library and stacks,  but it wis Sunday, However  they enjoyed, seeing the Japanese garden, the Totem poles,  the blueb* rry crop in the experimental! farm, and the-floW-  er beds.  We dr64e tjo Stanley Park.  The kids wanted to see thc  aquarium and the hew miniature railroad. But there was  noplace'to park, St) we kept on  going!, visited a few, and headed for the fenfy.-T/he^e, parked  in front, oi us (and bpside were  cars fr8m, California.  These ff-ienrfly / 'people came  over to fray 'Hello' t6~ baby  Anne. They tdld us how much  they1 liked o'url cool weather. I  gave them a Time's and hope  they enjoy pt^ob. These Californiums a|W eijHhusipstie' people  and very irnucb alivp. We were  all glad to got homje.  We'-havi; bought ja piece of  property <tn the ihigjhiva'y, cast  of Chapmfin Cjreek, from Mrs.  Zral.   Tlwf   labd   touches   our  and so she curled ujr in a ball  and put her - handsl over her  eyes. U asked the visitors to go  and sit down, which; thpy did.  fl*hen7slowly Annie ticked out,  then 'stood up and gave- them  a big smile. *  A message came iri from the  /Redroofs area, 'Refute the Mill-  pond please.* This is���, reminiscent of an old ^ngo:^  '1 asked my sweetheart to wed  And she said go-to father .  But she knew Ithat l^knew that  her! father was dead  And islje   kne\iv .thai   I   knew  Vffcat/a life he had ted  And she knew that I knew nvhat  shej meant When she said  Go toi father.'',  So |I looked up Mr. Green's  column, and sure enough there  is the mention of -a| millpoml,'  it being the misnomer for Trout  ���Lake. Millponds were usually  shallow, dirty, sometimes poisoned with cedar, or polluted by  the dray horses. Trout .Lake,  from which Halfmoon Bay residents get their water, is an  entirely different thing. This is  proven by the fact that a car  which fell in the lake was corn-  present pli.ee. *That fc it comes    *Sw,",.n T�����h   ��L,}-   fA.V��rt  Lw   o���Jk��� |,J  U^t    w���    pletely   lost   and   never   found  right acrtoss j|the| creek. We  won't lik'r l^vihg our new  roomy hoise for an old one,  the children will n is:; the swimming pool and w^nqerful view,  but we feel Itiiat is is more  businesslike toi be op the highway for inur tjuildiiig supply,  the Sunshine ! Coast Products  Co. IJmiUd.        .7   1   ���   ���  The sonj of i doctor complimented usi onoir mortar recipe  previously: published. The other-  day an o|!d gentl��imqn called  for bricksj so tfiat lie Vnight do  a job for ilhimsfelf. He said he  liked usin�� his hands.  In the <jours<j! of the conversation he asked Marilyn what  she would.like to be. She said,  'a doctor*. So he proceeded to  give her instructions, and finally admitted ithat he was a  doctor. Then., bc admonished  us not toi tpll anyone that'he  again: There is a huge geological fault which rims from  Northwest Bay through" Trout  Lake and consequently both of  these7 bodies of water arc hundreds of feel deep.  Notice  colony:  ter.*"i  on    gate   of   nudist  ���Clothed  for  the  win-  No one ever climbed the ladder of success. with; his hands  in his pockets.  TELEVISION  SALES & SERVICE  RELIABLE - PROMPT  tRICHTER'S XV.  & RADIO LTD.  Seehelt, B.C. - Ph. $85-9777  BEER BOTTLES - BEER BOTTLES  25c doz. cash for empty  BIER BOTTLES  delivered to our yord^jot Wilson Creek. Will pick-  !   up TOO doz. lots of 25c per doz.    *  Follow the signs ot Fields Rood  IUEBEN STROSHEIN -Phone 885-2261 p  PN Exhibition  is many things  {  _  j*&z**~ ZSV!*'mm��S  |.^*!����*E��:-��w*S  fcM  ENTRIES close Augur*'   :  ���i f< r  thi  Pbeisahts   a ad  GsrAs  r>~-1  shawat the asstial Pa^I:"  ~ \.-  tional E'iihM'dc-tiA  ~ This    year's ~ fair    i<  v-i.'--  ddled  tor  Auc-js.1 22-Jk-y.  i. '_< r  7, and"pbea*.attt* and ^e <  -b rd  "exhibits    trsust    arrive    zJ  *     ***  P.VE "Poultry   Iiaudir.4    r  ������   :���)  p.ra.- August 21,  Entries  must  be  a:  f ���'  *. s ���- -:  Adult " hirdi���cock,    l.rrt.  ��.'.-���.  Yearling*���ttrck, ben. ?rr  ��"*���   i  batchy  "_"ea___���ccck.  It.  :.- 0  fU-44 h^tch).  For full ir.f'>rmatii>'".  jS-,  I < i-  try fbmns.pfck up a I'M.  t    L.  ������  try and Pti Slack- pr ;���'��� '  4*         t  the  AdnuntstPaUMi-E.-.-i :  **     '    *  the PNE*~ Grounds.  Renovated tug plows through Pacific with power  HAIDA CHIEFTAIN, the former N. R. Lang refitted and  renamed-,'shows-her ability oa a trial run just after  renovations had beenjcompleted..Her new power plant  has made her the fastest fug on Ihe Canadian West  coast. She's owned by TCingeome Navigation, the marine  division of MaeMillan, Bloedel and Powell River Ltd.  Owned by MB&PR X:. .  j  renovations  as old tug renamed  IT'S BEEN DONE! The fastest tug on the Canadian  \ West Coast has beeabre-engined^ refitted and re-,  hamed. The Kingcome Navigation tug, Haida Chieftain,  formerly the N.IR. Lang, has returned from an^xten-  r>ive refit;at BiirraM" Dry dock and -successfully completed her. trials. -    _7   *  Kingcome Navigation is the  ifnarine divisiorrnof MaeMillan,  Bloedel and Powell River Ltd.,  2nd Kingccme's ships and  tugs often car. be seen in the  Powell. River "area.  '* The 'Haida   Cheiftan- is   the  largest  tug! in   the  Kingcome  fleet,* scaling 150 feet in length,  with   a  33-foot   beam   and   15-:  -  foot draft; ���      .  Reconstruction work included installation of a 2.400 h.p.  Storkwerkspoor engine with a  direct drive to a 10-foot pro-_  peller and extensive above-  deck-renovations.  v  . The   new   power, plant   will -  maks  her the   fastest  tug on  the Canadian   west   coast   and  - one of the largest tugs under  Canadian  registry. ;  Built for the US. Maritime  Commission a* Orange. Texas,  in 1*44, the vessel was purchased after "the war by tbe  famous "Maritime Foundation  organization, named Foundation Lillian, and operated out  of Halifax as a salvage" tug in  the North Atlantic. In 1333. she  was sold to Bulk Carriers at  New York, and renamed Escort. ���  She was placed on the Pacific and pn-5*?r initial run in  1S33 towed c-_tanker "to Japan.  Here she wss acquired by the  Powell River, Company, en the  alert for a powerful dies-sea  fiig to handle* the heavy weather of. the Queen :;Charlotte  towing" lanes. Following, a refit, the tug was renamed N. R.  Lang.  Probation oilicer  replacement named  --APPOINTMENT  has b-'.-r.   -.-.-  --cousre-d   hi  J��>hn   C m-*-!   . >  probation -dffTccr  for trt   arc.',  replacing Ran  Kenr.-i". \= .���   .*  to be tranj-ferred to C-.!'.,  ti'.  Conrad 14 exp��-c:ed t iti-e  ia Sefheil' jAugust 15 '*������$:'���?  with his "wife and uiy-if i  son. He wdl ocenpy '.he-r��z~c  presently occapxd by y.r K'~-  r.ett when it becomes vzc^f- "t  the end cf iViirjust. -  A native Cf Abbotsforj, -.f ;---  cently completed hi- ~r7 ������-  siry education in ^enrct ":r- -.-  leg with the probation Ltiru:~ "  Kennel lias been r** i-i"- i  officer  ic  the  district   1<J-  f With the advent of the la  Carrier era ^ the K7R. Lang  proved her worth as the highspeed workhorse of the King-  -come Navigation .fleet.  LThe Haida  Chieftain  will be  employed mainly-in towing the  --self-loading,   self-dumping   log  _bargf��  Haida .Carrier^ Her. increased, power and speed  will  . aid in providing better service  Jo   contract  customers   and Ao'  remote   logging   operations   cf  JlacMHIan,'Bloedel .jad Fosrell  River Co.  �� | King come Navigation cow  has 11 tugs, 15 scows7'and covered barges and three log barges in service on the Pacific  coast.  ���    past   l��   ra4  nths "but \Z"isz\-rz  oL the -area-iur a jear prt-.* . :  ly, operating_eut cf Vis-uc  He. si id fce was sorry  *.���}  i  leaving  the .district ���*���'�� re   r  ���  has   made'i many   fncnc��.   ii  greatly "appreciates" tne  avX;  ance- be has received f>art.c.  - lariy fee fullest co-operi '1 ���*������ �����  SOCM& and "magistrates Arrdrt-  /Johnston, I, S. P. John��tn.^.-  Mark Jlacirtney.     ". * -  Tees-ag*' hon to father: "I:'  the etemalf triangle, D^i��� ~-  Janie and and Ik-hrj   tt.N.T.  ccpvertihlef "     -  USE   TIMES   CLASSIFIED  FOR  QUICK   RESULTS  With our store  being enlarged  and school opening goods   r  arriving in  j two weeks, we t  have decided t��%  our summel?  goods NOW. 7  NEW FALL SUPPLIES  wiUbeonSrf  OUR STOCK WILL BE j VERY  GOOD FOR ALL SCHOOLS.  ��� ���   ���  [������"���.-���'���  x        MRS. ENNIS b    ;' --'  will be available at all times  to help you with; your sewing  problems. ���   "'  D. C. Douglas Variety and Paints  Caritons Greeting Cards    ���    Pittsburg Paints    ���- jvtery* Maxim Wccls  Phone 886-2615  infants' WeaK  Swim Fins 1  Summer Purses  , White i Gloves  Our Stock of  Zippc-rs f Threacfs  Bias iTapes  Seam Bindings  etc.  wili be- greatly  increased with our  -Jargei* store.  ���M  7  :JB|  ' ��� * i  ::i  :b**  ��� a  ,v,��  ��� ���i-  A,  - -  ;.'i;  M,  . "*  -   i,  X.  I  .' J  *'.' sw. i'ij-A'.^ -i - *3W.-J vTZrs*:  ^^:a^^^v^%^u.g-;W^^?.^fei; rlKi^d^ .^.*Si  ���A  -��,L.____l__i. xfm%^mxm&0mm  I      ill    i   ilitkmT^^^^ ,   . i ,   - ********������*****  "9- "     . I  ''  . ' '     I  Page 8 The Sechelt Peninsula j Times, Wef, July 29, 1964  TAiprf s people  i ���  .*:  V  J.  Ex-con finds honesty  tougher than ^riiine  by Terry Tremayne  "VOU'D BETTER be Careful if you're ;6ing to see Red  1 [Menzies, "-the said. '"He's a tough one." But the man  I met, amiable and direct, displayed only bitterness for  what be termed "persecution" by the police who, he  said* "don't want me to. make an honest living."  ���\ j|l��Jnzies has spent more than  15 [ of the last 25 years behind  prison bars. His biggest Isen-  t-ejn ce's were sbc-and-a-half  years in 1939 for operating jtwo  . IDegal tfhiskey stills, and seven  years in 1950 on narcotics  ' charges. j j *  Nowihe owns a small corner  stord and is trying to get stirt-  jed in the' used car business.  Iljnshaven and in stocking f^et,  thjerd was nothing about his  Bearing that gave a hint of; his  ohe-time dream of becoming a  millionaire. J      ,  In jthe 1930s he andandiftis i  fajmily owned a trucking busi- i  ness and made a modest living \  "trucking lumber.   They  might  still have had the business, to-  I day had Rep Menzies not been  caught by the lures of easy  j money.  ! OLD STORV  He was approached by a  member of an illegal- whisky  syndicate vho suggested he  could make big money transporting suj ar for the stills.  From there it was only a short  step to st< rting stills and . a  bootlegging operation of his  owiwlured onward by the  dream of licheg.  He serve! five years of a  six-and-a-half sentence. And it  was in per itentiary, according  ew5 cwi  to him, he served his appren  ticeship for a life of crime  "In those days there was no  thing  to  do  in the  pen,"  hb  said.  "I'There was  no football  no b?sebaK, no radio or TV  ~The only thing you could do  was study���and wait for th<p  time to pass. '< '"  "The library had all sorts of  books that told you how to  crack safes, make explosive;  or set up stillsr*~And anything  you couldn't find in a book you  ���could learn from, one of this  cons. When you came out you  .knew how to crack a safe a��  well as anyone."  Menzies' greatest notoriety  cams in 1950 !wbej|t he was convicted of conspirhig to possess,  transport and sell narcotics. H:  got the maximunTlsentenee of  seven years'.  . '   i    .  CONTACTED AGAIN  He had beer, contacted by a  narcotics syndicate shortly alter bis release from penitentiary for the whisy still operation. ,  "In the pen the cons get bt  know,.you inside out," he said  "Tiwy get to know what yon  can- do and if you can be trusl  ed."  He was told he could makb  $1,000  a  day  from  narcotics  They made it sound- so easy- -  and he was broke.  Hadn't one,long prison term  taught him a-lesson?  "The   only I lesson   thei   pen  - teaches you is how to bejjetter  in thc rackets when youfcome  out. After the!- first timp you're  not afraid ol jthe pen any more.  *Once you knpw the s$ore you  don't care. i  **~^Sure   I   knew   I   could   get  jiaugbt for the dope. It was a  gamble. But I could have made  a million in six montns."  START THINKING  Modern prisons with alt their  refinements a^e more of a de*  terrent than the strict institutions of days j gone by, according to aiersiejs.  ! "Time is hartfest on the older  'gays who wereiused to it being  rough in the old daysi" he said.  "Then "you knew where you  stood. JSow they haye all the  freedom they want���and they  can get that at home. Now, you  start worrying and thinking.  "They've got radio and TV  and all that stuff. Time.is for  kids now���and even they don't  want to comer back. The old  guys liked it wb|cn it vVas rough.  There was a different spirit in  those days and it was easier  to do time."  enough. He gambled ahd lost,  and there's no bitterness on  that score. But he's hitter almost to thc point of violence  when he talks ahoift the police.  -He steered the conversation repeatedly lo attack ��� what be  called persecution by some  members of the police force.  LIE IN WAfT  "I- tell them I'm going  straight how, but they won't  believe me. They park right  outside in a cruiser every night.  They frisk people who come into the store and they're spoiling my business; They're hoping to-catch someone] with a  bottle of brevK in his Vpacket.  ; "Tliey won't let someone like  me go/straight. I've told themi  if they7don't Jet me alone I'll  go back into the rackets and  give them a hard time. And if  I do, and they take ;me, I'll  ,take one of them with, me!  I've got nothing���to lose."'  In Red Menzies' mind he has  paid for his crimes "with more  than 15^ years of his life. Now,  at 54, he wants to be left alone  to livethut the rest of his life  in peaces : ,  Menzies  SUNSHINE COAST  SERVICE  Specialized Body  Repairs  FREE ESTIMATES .������  PHONE 835-44GS  \   !  -irmmmimmsFmmsri  m0m��0m*--rw*f*m.mimMmmmmm#immmmm*m*rmmmmmmmmmmmmm t*m  FRED JORGEHSEN  feel like  I  �����  S  j  You look and  Next to  new man.  Poof Room Sechelt  i  -��  J  he's   had  When a toddler, learns to walk  the.thing his,catches onto quickest probably is breakable.  siness  ers  SHOE STOKE  Sechelt, B.C. - Ph. 835-9519  ecialfst in foot care  ii  REDIKULUS YOU SA  WELL LET ME IELL  YOU  A (ot of people would think Laurie hed gone Plump  Crazy for advertising at this time of y<*ar, but let me  tell you, the hard winter is over and your furnaces,  have had a busy season this year. NoW is thetirYle to  have .them checked and serviced so that they are all  keen and ready to go for the next sea son. And don't  forget we do lots of Marine Sheet Metal Work also���  Boats tanks, Galvanized.Metal Work and a host' of  household jobs. Call us for ton estimate on your  sfallatioris be they, home or commercicl.  'mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmummmmmm  C. E. SSCOYJS   |  BULLDOZING   SERVICE       j  Land Clearingb��� Excavating *  Road Building -~- Clearing Blade       {  Phone  886-2357,7 Box  106,  Gibsons   ��  M>*fmmmmm��'m*mm*mmmm  in-  ��  Commercial Printing  SEE  The Times  ��  t  ��  t  ��  >  r        *  T  t  .1  i  !  1  i  ���  !  ���  i  j  8  I  i  I  '���!  8  i  i  *  i  ��  :  .u  HZW CH ESTERFIELP.SUITES  I^EW AN��> USED EVERYTHING  COME IN AND! BROWSE  SECHELT  Phone 885-2058  ltimHORSEXTERIOR  ��MliSiSH*JG3  mmjHmmMmmMmMmmmmmMmmmmmpMmiimmM  1  i  t \  .. ��  !  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Kj.��_f-.-��--fi^^&lM*e��fi  ,,       ��� Murder, weapon  SOMEWHAT DAMAGED from lying at the bottom of  j a lake where it was finally found near Nanimo, this  is | the weapon used in the slaying of sweethearts John  Leslie Dixon and Dianne Phipps at Piper's Lagoon. Police again appeal to anyone who might, recognize the  gtjfn or have any information which, might assist them  the search for the killer. ~~    __  fewclues...  Fonaimo doable murder  enquiries intensified  NEW CLUES in the Piper's Lagoon, Nanaimo, murder  |    in Oct. '62 have set off an appeal by police to the public through daily, and weekly newspapers for any information which might assist them in their investigations.  JAs the result of the publica- ��� ��� ; *���       ' il  Pender Hanbobj News  : _-���-"{        -M>y Howie Whife*  WHAT'S THIS ABOUT DELINQUENTS?   ��� .     *     '\  .UNEASINESS HAS been stirring among the local citizenry lately resulting in-many persons being brought to  realize that our sunny, sweet scented little .community  is no longer unique as the one town on the North American continent free of youth accommodation. x>r as many-  would have^L juvenile delinquency. J  Brought to this realization by     j- ���  tion.of an article in the edition of Weekend Magazine,  which appeared on April 18,  1&64, the identity of the original  of the murder weapon  ised in the slaying of John Les-  ie Brian Dixon and Dianne  fhipps at Piper's Lagoon, near  fanaimo, B.C. on October 16,  has been e'stablished.  The   weapon   was   originally  tned by Robert Ralph Dilla-  sugh,  a  former CNR  station  igent and telegrapher at Savo-  afsT. B.C. who' died on Ma"rch  mes  15, 1954. The rifle is described  as a. J22 calibre. Model 63 Winchester semi-automatic, .serial  41S49A-- -   ' -r- -X  Mr. Dillabough's estate -was  ^landled by Mr. D. T. Rogers  of a Kamloops law firm. Certain assets of the estate were  sold and other assets, including the murder weapon, were  advertised for sale at- a public  auction which was held in  Kamloops,. B.C. on February  19, 1955 by Auctioheer George  Sheline, who has since died.  The identity of the original  owner of the weapon was established i on  April   22,   1964r  and  since that -time the police have  conducted* extensive   enquiries"  in an effort to determine what  jsubsequently    be'eame    of    it,  ; However,   as  yet,   there   have  vbeen no conclusive results from  these enquiries. .'..'.-  ."'The    police    are    therefore  again appealing to the: public  for- any   information    which  might   result  in   solving   this  most   heinous. and   apparently  "unmotivated, crime,  and -particularly^ any   information   concerning   the   murder   weapon.  The police wish to impress upon  the public that all information  received win be treated in the  -stirctest .of confidence.-   "  A reward of $5,000 has been  offered for any; information  leading to the arrest of the  slayer. -  OPENING ANNOUNCEMENT  . *n  Now open for your convenience . . . our  bright new Mod&n Barber Shop in the  Sunnycrest   Shopping   Centre.  certain recent minor' disturbances (althou^r the communi-  tfes reaction made them large)  many of these persons have  been inclined to become self-  righteously indignant and seized with the urge to gather the  gang of delinquents in a corner and stamp them out.  Few adults have Identifed the  behavior .of the youths in question with any normal homo sa-  pien they have ever known/ la  faH if one were, to commeri  on the problem these self-appointed    moralists    have    set  ; about to absolve us of "boys  will be boys** one- would^soon~*�� f  be seeking a good new ortiised -.BRIEF NOTES  head Yet the irony of the situation is thaj^ .the boys merely  wish to behare as the saying  wisely states, and nothing outraged adults may attempt will  ^ curb. them.  It is the shame of our society  that mass youthful exuberance  can be accommodated only in  the form ��f delinquency. Jn our  father's day the will of boys to  he boys was stifled under the  burden .of -youth labor. Today  with most of them unemployed  until their late teens, it is  sheer denial of the obvious for  anyone to expect tbe youthful  obsession for adventure to tester immobile within bland, in-:  offensive  personalities.  That situation would be so  convenient we tend to wish -it  into existence. The desire of  that.segment of the population  to" teeter perpetually on tbe  brink of consuming hell-fire, -is  like the sludge accumulating  in the bottom ef a gas tank-  Reason it away, get angry with  itl4psre it and it will eventually throw the . smooth running machinery into temporary  chaos.  Of our neighbors wfao.fcr-  venUy appeal-for aid to perse-.  cute our teenage offenders,  how many would -show, for instance, the least inclination-to  reinstate the weekly program  of community hall dances, cf  several  summers  past.  A recent teenage drinking caper in Garden Bay unwittingly  worked into a near disaster  and resulted in some bad public relations for the Harbour  tourist business. That was bad,  also  uncommon.  With the little effort that is  \z . -- y  put I toward relieving the teenagers of the ants in their pasts,  the ibest we tope is not to ab-  'olish. but simply bold off their  majofs outbursts from too fre-  qenfiy.  AS" for boycotting the juvenile firoup through local businesses, that is about a�� effective- as trying to seal over "as  ant bin wilh a chunk of gillhet.  Waiiing for tbem^ to grow out  of if all is the cheapest asd easiest^ antidote and it is they  themselves who ��in have to  cope with the next generation.  so jehy worry eh"    .  &ey infection it St. ?a_'*> H ���-<.  pital ia Vancouver, Sr.o -'. * L*  a   Little  thinner  but  ?evnS   2$  hale _aad hearty- as e%��-r. : '���  If thisgs hid gone at'tlA^  were suppled jto the Bob Lit t  of Irvings Landing- vzrz'A l .-*  be parching in the hot sua <t  Alberta, but oa the eve of itt.r  departure a wcdc~ag3. E'jb v.zi  stricken with appendicitis iM  ���wett���they're \ still jc:uc�� -���*'��� t  with the rest ^f us.  Lots of men who man thc ��."'.-  nets for es up ia Smith's !���>  let. were bade ia to��n !a��t  weekesd.   I   a&k'ed   Jim    Red  how the Gsftisg wa* gotss" He  replied "Oh we're gf-l.r{  enough to pay 'he- giWir.i *  little more." Doesn't that s<r.-4  faraiiier? J '���  Met Dennis Parker, a r**-k..e  al the net dram this )ear~ :t  the hot dsg stard *{ Lio>di �����  all places. He 5said it would '���?  better if be iwss not >t/.:"t  bound m much.  A lady tourist disrji-~j: - *  new acquaintance *ith hcr f'l-  low laundrors.alters; "He triris  be is a big mheeijbut if.">-a  ask. tr.e he is * b��f tire.    ..  linda. Hately  is  back  Borne  after her serious bout trith* Kid-  US 6   TIMES   CLASSIFIED  fW  \j>*  44^Qcli^c*t  Any color you choote. One coat  covers as it com��s from the dan.  No .primer needed. Dries in 20   ]  "minutes. No brush cr lap marks.  GUARAMTEEQ WASHABLE.  The D# Luxe (ilterior LATEX  Wall PainL Super Washable.    <-  Super Durable. -    -  Peninsula Plumbing Ltd.  Phone 886-9533  Gibsons, S.C  #?S?  i v-v  t  ::.  <f  p&F&l*\i  - .      - _ *��� .    " S ~ .' '^5   .. .      ���.-ii, ���j i l--      . ��� j** ��� .���"���. '.?".'".r"���^"1 .'.l :"' " "* '.'���"'?! "'*"*'���'" "**"!/"J'7' in��*' ' 7'v1**""-^-"l11 ���.'���**"''j.'l*"'t!.'.''-*-*'*'''" l>"?'.'-*"rg'.'*'.'J'"'r*'*'" j7-  *   ���>������  �����  *!  ��  . ��� j  �����  ;.'���  - ,��,-���-.  -���::  ��� b  *: "i ">  . i ���  .    i;  r  b  ONE 'OF the most prestigious,  covkad titles a person can  win during the annual Pacific  Natiojnal Exhibition *_is the  crowp1 of .'"PNEL^sneraaker of  the )fcar."      $V__    '  It Igoas to th^ winner* of the  most points in the Textiles,  Handicraft and Food sections  combined.        \    X  And winners*^ most points in  selected sectipn will be declared  "Fair tadips,of 1964."  The Textiles (section comprises suph divisions 4s laces and ���  crochet; houselicild linen; small,  children's   apparel;   knitting;  quiljts, bedspreads and afghans;  hand weaving! and spinning.  sime handicrafts divisions  aref<��� petit-point I pictures, lea-  thef work audi pottery. Food  divssiions, .of {course, i includes  baking; candteA jellies and  jams and cjadned foods.  Closing, 'djite Ifor, entries in  all [divisions i[s August 1; This  tyedr*S fair Injins from August  22 [to September 7.  Complete details and rules  for each divisio i are included  in tiie PNE Home lArts prize  booklet, available at the yard  f\  X  '  The mixing bowl  -��*..  /.  ��* '  *" *>   /.  -��i,- >��  !*i   h      * #4   J.��  "���''   ' ���* An #  ����� *  .*��  * *       *   *- *  ���^  ,-,��*f3  h      4  goids counters  the  the  couver department stores, or at  MORE ABOUT  ot major Yan-  Administr*atiira Biuldingon  PNE Grounds. '  '���  mWHC    MDWW���      .    .    .  Tqg capfain  Frdm page 1������  fre m : page  of their capacity.     I >  ,7^L6okihg through a'Yancohr  yer daily newspaper, j I ����<}og-  jihedi him,  all dressed up  stiff 11 collared white ihirt and  beiecjeed; with-gold  ijiraid, | he  *  ir  1 ���*  -  * ';;-'  t  -��� ^  lJ  - -,    '"  *��  *  1:-   i  A   -   'X  ���'*,';]  *.    1  :   ���"   ; ,  :i  1  *  r  ���  -  j  1  *  . 1*   *:--��;: -^ {>*  i^fT^''^^*^***'  ^-i p.- *r^  <T" *>^  if <r;^^ - ,_ *  , w'"3* T' -' "7-'  r1 "f  -'  1 .    J4'l  t?.  il*:  NTJn,  Happy fi$hers  wis surrounded "by a I group of   FISHING THESBT waters for the first time Saturday.  AiL-vi*****    �����-���1~~   ��- ^r an(j Mrs M^LfFurnessdf Everett, Washbbad  left Mav's Marina about five minutes whert Mr. Fumess  hooked "onto this fine cohoe and has every reason to look  pleased with himself.. The Furaess' are up here vi; siting  administrator of the new hospital, Norm Buckley.  idjkni,t|aries. .The    capjtion   ibe  fheathl the  picture   rejul Capt  Alexoinder, | ���  -      '^lext   thing,   here | he   -fas  pillltilg into the bay ajccpmpau*  ielb^y this group'pf ^pprenen-  si ?e "looking scientistsi'*       I  . A   number  of old jacquaint-  .aiccs   joined- Capt.   Alexander  i al oarjd th#*vessel^ where they  w ;r^ entertained until 'the early  htur& but by daybreak of Spn-  *di;y    morning    the  P rincrcss had continue  Davis' Ottawa Didry  *-,���i s.    ������������ ������ '--���-������r- ' | ������~���"���-  By Jfetk Davis,  ie   prthland   FOR YEARS Canadians have been talking about  nued her vjoy- soihething to ease the piighfi of Canada's 20%{  Princi' Rupert  If your wife no longer cares  wjhether you get hojme late,  it s -later than you think.  MP.  doing  OHIO In-  ?i\&i ne^ pDFl f caU 1S    dians.But, : seldom is anything done about it. This is  whv Immigration and Citizenship Minister Tremblay's  announcement of a $3,500,000 a year program of gelt help  received so'much attention Tin the House, of Commons  recently..  John Hijid-Smith  !    PORT MELLOljl  TO PENDER HAR80UR  Phone 886-2231  from 9 o.m. ro;5:301  Res. 886-9949  p.m.  The idea is by no means new.  Helping others - to help i themselves] is central to "OIJJ, and  other programs m under-de-  velppod coiuntries. Key citizens  ar<i' I'M  help tht  bors. T  now" be  living ci  this colt  This  ;  sible  wt  ltd iind  sent back  to  ir friends a^d neigh-.  e same approach will  followed  with  Indians  vanced age, still cling ko the  security o'f the reservation.  This ijs understandable. They  have, up ver known anything,  else. But the long run objective  of. Indian policy  in this      try should be to hping'C:  a   the -rcsen  dry-  pproach has  akness   The  aliens   in  one  pos-  existence  of reserjves tends itself to he  r  to   progress;  ilany  Sechelt School  ing teachers for  Port Mellon  District Ho,  46  t*he school yeor 1564-65 asjfoiiows:  Elementary��� Vz  Roberts Creek Elementary -��� VX day per week  . Madeira Park Elementary ���-��� 1 day per week  Secfieff Elementary -���- 2 days per week  Gibsons Landing Elementary���^IVk days per week  first citizens gradually xspp the  main ��� stream of  our  life".  Some people still argi  integration is impossibl  they are wrongL_Many  ai-e already, vvorking al  and- mixing freely wit!  fellow-Canadians.   This  i  especially those of ad-   .especially in Southern C  Their  success,  coun-  nada's  akional  e that  ���:. But  ndians  mgside  their  tme  ntario.  rests  re'teiv-  requires  reliev-  day per week  Applicotion forms are available ot  office.  Th* Board oi Scnool Trustees  School District No. 46 (Sechelt)  the School Board  BgxA220f Gibsons, B.C.  however  largely on their .having  ed their education in integral  ed schools.  The ifiuch vaunted,. seci^rityTsf  the   reservati.oh  is,   for  1 Indians, the security of  and filth, of ignorance a  esse.  Perhaps the greatest  stride which Canada ba.4 made  in dealing with the  has been its attempt tb integrate Indian children into our  public school system. Ihis, of  course, mtans closer ctf-opera-  tipn with'.the- provinces  transfers of powers and  sibility may therefore  volved.      .   b ���      .  Meanwhile, Ottawa appears  to be oa the right tracks Help  Is coming to~ the reservation^  as well as in the intfgrated  schools. .The ��� results, I expect,  will  be  most encouraging.  many  >qualor  nd dis-  single  Some  respon-  be  in-  -Wife, indicating from  tion of neighborsr, t^ hilst|and:  "It's   a   committee^ i Alliert���a-  bout your compost - pile.''  page 12 of Mrs. Margaret Hen  derson's' Christmas recipe book  I  made  some  for  myself the  other day and found them 'just  grand.    . .  ���'  Vi cup soft shortening^ part  butter,' 1 cup brown sugar, 1  egg, ���� cup sour milk or buttermilk, 1-&- cups, all-purpoite  flour, Va tsp. soda, Va tsp. salt,  ��4   cup   nutmeats,   chopped:   1  ���Kitchen Hints to Help You  DELICIOUS JELLIED MEAT LOAF_l  TWO POUNDS of uncooked ham���cook ham, boiling  gently anti covered for about 1 hour/ or until done.  If you are using a;pressure cooker,the time is about  40 minutes. Do this ahead of time so that the ham may  have a chance to^cool off in the water in which it is  cooked. Put thc ham  through    ���������  r~  the food chopper, then combine 1 cup. of finely diced celery, i tbsp, of finely chopped  parsley and % cup of chopped  mixed sweet pickle, or. if you  have no sweet pickle on hand,  use chopped dills, and 1 tbsp.  grated onion "which is optional.  Mrs. Henderson left" this out of  the loaf ihe made when here,  but  the   recipe   gives   it  for  ?^iVh^r^L^rtr"Sl^ cup candied cherries, chopped  ���_��*?!*���? ??f-K^?!,0^11.^ and l cup dates. Cream shortening, gradually add sugar;  add egg, beating vigorously.  Stir in sour milk. Add flour  \yhich has been sifted with  soda and salt. Lastl^ add fruits  and nuts. Mix thoroughly. Chill  dough at least l. hour.  Drop  PINEAPPLE  MERINGUE  SQUARES  3 tbsps. butter, Vs. cup fine  granulated sugar, 2]egg yolks,  1 cup flour, Vi tsp. baking  powder, U tsp. salt, 3 tbsps.  milfcd Cream the butter~and the,  sugar well together* Add egg  yolks and beat thoroughly.  Measure and sift, the flour, and  sift a&ain with the bakin^^>ow-  der and salt, and add to the  mixture alternatelyi, with the  milkf and Mend welK Spread in"  a well greased 8xS!. cake pan.  Make a meringue, of7 the following: I ���   ���!   '  2 egg whites, % cup fine su��.  gar^V4 cup well-'drained crushed pineapple^ % cup shredded  eocohut/and te cup of choppcfl  blanched almonds.! Beat the  eggSwhites (add a pinch of salt)  "until very stiff, then gradually  add I sugar. Fold iri the pineapple nuts and coconut. Spread  on top of first mixture, and  bake at 350 deg. F. .for about  35 to 40 minutes. When done,  cut in squares or fingers, using  a sharp knife dipped ih a glass.  of: hot water. These are really  delicious.  chopped pimento, and if you  wish you n^ay add 2 tsps, of  finely shredded green pepper,  but this is also optional. Make  .a gelatin mixture by dissolving i envelope of plain gelatin  in a little cold water, then sef-  over hot utter for a moment.  In a bowl place 1V4 cups boiling water, rdd M�� tsp. salt, and  '��i tsp. mustard moistened for  mixing, 2 tbsps, cider vinegar  and 3 drops of Worcestershire  sauce. Stir well, add the gelatin. Allow thc gelatin mixture  to stand untd it is cool and  very slightly thickened. Have  loaf pan v. ell oiled or greased.  Blend the gelatin and the meat  mixture together and place in  Itaf pan. This is at its best  when allowed to stand for at  least 12 hrurs. If desired the  bottom of the pan may be decorated with slices pf hard  cooked eg��, or little kjaves cut  from grecij pepper and the  sweet red peppers. Or if you  wish, do ar Mrs. Henderson  sometime*'does, and put slices  of hard cooked egg in a layer  in the middle of the loaf, on  the bottom and on the top, as  desired; .If you put them in the  ccntt'i" of the loaf, just fill the  pan half ..full, then put your  layer ;of egg slices���at least  '4__of an inch thick, and press  in thu- balance Kof the meat mixture.  . Some of you are wondering  why I gave you the recipe of  Dream Barr two weeks in a  row. I neglected to mention the  recipe was requested a second  time.    -  CHERRY COOKtSS     :  , This   recipe   is   taken   from  Wife to stay-at-home hits?  band; "All I'm asking is that  we ; burn the candle at one  end]'* '    ��� ,  -  HAY NEWMAKj PLUiMBjINe  HOT WATER HEATlMG   5     -*��� >  ��� i ��� I     y   V -.-  Davis i Boy  Road 2    ' ��� Wilson: Creek  Phone 885-2116  delega-  INTERIOR  EXTERIOR  FREE ESTIMATES  PHONE 88*6-2503  ot 386-2436  XI  i  Vj-v  -��WWi^-tf��*<isW*3WiS>^^ .��    i,f ..        .  -  /:-.; ��������?.*  The Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wed., July 29, T964 Page IT'  ;���-     -*       -     .     ... '-���'*'       '���-.--'     ���'-,/-, J��     *��� J **<���%,��� 'J"3L-  :?:.���-���'.-���/   = V.* .'���.���:'���-;.-.���: ^ '"-b- ,- l-:'*b- ^-:'^^#^  TENDERS...  -   ... will be received   j   **  -    by the Secretary of theb  -  Pender Harbour Community Qub  until Saturday, August 8, 1964 cf I  p.m*  for 8 picnic tables  ire lots of one or more, |  Size 30" wide by 10 feet fen��  with attached tenches, j  _.  t s  fej* .^^i^s^-xr^t  -  r  - ��� "*.  ���*���'.-���'-������, t - ���    . _   . .- -���-."���     '      ��� -i- :  *    ��� ���**.-"���r .-*-"TV  '_-. ���.'..     ' ���   --   ," ,"   *     ~-��� ***"���"   *"����-    ���������"--���T-.-. - ** ��.'-..-    *'���      '.-..'    ',   -*.''    -j . -���   ,j  ���f.  - -' ��� . - -���  mtm^iim  - *  :��� .  .-  . '   -'-.  ��� .*  - - y -j  b��� Hospital Bay  NOT AS SECLUDED as some of the bays in the area.  Hospital Bay at Pender Harbour is probablv one of  the busiest, and certainly not lacking in scenic beauty.  Comparative tranquility reigned over the weekend, the  floats nevertheless were fairly well occupied: -  Selma Park chatterboxlng  A ���from here and there  VISITORS: .-XX . at the Lloyd Frasers of Selma Park,  Mrs. Fraser's sister, Mrs, Whittaker from. .Unity.  Sask . . , also Mr. and Mrs. Turk. Creston. B.C, their  son and daughter-in-law from ��� Pentiction, B.C. their  s'o'n-in-Iaw and daughter/ Mr. and Mrs. Johnson from  Haney . ... Mrs. J. Whaites at home in Selma for summer-  holidays . . r V.sitor at Jack    ���-������-��� ��� 7: "... _  McL^dX   Mr,   W.' SlacLaren,    .  ,        __.       ��� _:.-"���    .. ..  ��^,^��r-  /w.m   !',���-��.,��*..���   n��=*    house,   reasonable,   in   vicinity  IZfZJr^l  ^uXt -SS     ��f Selma or Sechelt? ... really--  time out fishmg. caught him-    Jje���d u _ j-, x���:Eleaaor qJ.  self a 15 lb. cod . . .More excited with this, than when he  - graduated ,,'.'* Mr. Fraser's  visitprs were also lucky, every  one caught a. salmon, to our,  visitors,   this   Is   just   another  =_ittle bonus for�� being our visi---  tor i '". . Hope they return ^ . .  Mrs.' Fred \1goT���visiting her"  daughter, Mrs. "Pick Creighton,  on Davis Bay Hill *. - - Back:  from their vacation, and happy  to be home from the heat of  the. .valley"*Mrs. Carol Augist,  with her. two small ones, and  '  Mrs. Delly Paul, with her little;  family .-,:. Z No place like home^  eh kids? 7 7^b" _y j -\  Mrs.   May   Sherriff ' visiting  "Mrs. Lopatecki, away back to  Vancouver7...���?. . Miss:Irene  ter on a weed's vacation . . .  7 Father Xa3i oil vacation _ last  week, so congregation was In-  ��� vited tp atteffil Mass at church,  in the, viDage . .... It was an  inspiring sight, that big church  was filled to the doors, we.had  many' visitors; from across the  line, and "many-other places  7 . . It was a beautiful* day, and  a real chancellor the folks to  visit th'e~ church, also to aaend  the .service. The villagers were  real .gracious, they, gave up  the church to the visitors, and  all took up ther seats in-the  choir loft, a very fine gesture_  I would say on their part.. �� .  which shows also, that we tan  -get along if .we make a little  effort,  co-operation is a  50-50  feats in the years lo come ...  here's wishing him success iir  this real competitive field . \ .  Well summer is with us such  as it is. but no change in. oar  good old ferry   service  .   .   .  Dear old Smokwa still ~vd*Zh as-  ... asd one real foat . '. 7 and  now see notice in this  week's  paper, no change in ferry ser-'  vice,   still "same   as   of   June.  15.. . . We sure don't rate with  Victoria* we .might as well be  ft .voice-crying^in the wilderness, for all anyone cares . . s._  No one e\'&r seems to have a  word : to  siy on the floor of .  the  house, .re our ferry  system . . .Some times wonder  if  we  have  a   representative,  ... or has he gone fishing? ; ..  Also our highways up here are  pitiful,    curves    and    narrow  roads, with cars going off the  road, nothing bat soft shoulders -if a shoulder aL all   Thought -there was an alternative route from ferry oat to  Powell River feny. Wonder  when that will happen? . .���.  and where is ther (Ireani of the  highway to Squamish? just  a dream I guess ... If we only  had a member-._. - . Laugh,  and the world laughs with you;  wgep  and   you Cweep  alone;  For  the "sad   old   earth   must  borrow its mirth.  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Rlr^ Puhapfarey--will' be moving His father is a dentist in Set-  to *Kelowna:.;. . hope to confirm: some real "news, from  Georgejeai /soon .*. .Anyone  like to buy a real**gix>d baaL.  motor and all trimmings? -Reasonable, and despite one man's  opinion, it is a good buy . ....  Anyone know where ayoung  couple    could    find  . a 'J small  kirk. "Man. . _y. Boys have .to  pay all their "own expenses to  attend, the school . .^in grade  8 now. heiplanT.on s career of  golf ... Next year he hopes  to go to school winch will be  held in Revelstoke . .- - With  such~ an .early start In the  game, we may hear of "great  GARDEN BAY BOAT WORKS  Mechanical & Electrical Repairs  ' A COMPLETE LINE OF BOAT REPAIRS  Garden Boy, B.C; ,      Phone;883-2366  JUST OUT . .S .{.-'. 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Consultant { .....    4 ---.<, =  ��� FREE SELECTOMETER TEST FOR FITTING ACCil RACY���EXCLUSIVE wiA% EAsk  ��� FREE INSTRUMENT SERVICE 04EOC ���NO OBLIGATION^ _!  ��� TREE CERTIFIED HEARING SERVICE FLAN ��� Aa**feer E*fts��* EXCLUSIVE j  ��� PROFESSIONAL HEARING AID SERVICE BY EXPERTS  FREE GIFT ^-EARMOLD CLEANER ��� Ngwfr Ig^sted TO ALL WHO ATTENO      ^  -    1 SPECIAL TRADE4N ALLOWANCE I '^';  DONT MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY  TESTS IN YOUR OWN HOME f EfQUIRES  E. C GORUNG & COJ LTD., 524 .West Pender Street, yencogver 2, B.C.  i_,_..    _- - y _ *: -y.1..-.       A-      X- ...    ; j    -'  t*  % "  <  ji ���  .* i  '9 >  ���n  Page  mmwm^M  \  i  2 The Seehelt Peninsula Times, Wed., July 29,1964  PcH Mellon News  The (Ferris family are away  on holidays for two. w<&ks in  the in|t|erior. We- hope thcy-are  good weather.   ->  having  ���'.  week  in  P  temperature  1  FOR  HOLIDAYS  and   Mri.   C.   Sheppard  returnedf   from  r Ocean  Their neite returned with  to  spend' some  time  in  Mellon. I*  McKay's are backtfrom^.  P^^^SKgBSMWSfffjaeifmr^-^OT  by J. Moore  their  holidays.   They   spent   a  miction  where the  was   96  degrees  eaisty Salon  ��velyn Hayes  Above Post Office  Cutting ond Styling  Tuesday to Saturday 9*5 ,  ^our-Stainjoy To  CIo  They had 1 bought .they -would  go on a- rou nd tffp but decided  to stay whe-e the sun,was.  STRAWBER  The cwl  berry tea in  oh July 22  tal.  A good  came from  summer   add   found   rain "in  Port Mellon. One never know;  what, to exffect as to the wash  the?- up her  Hoir Beaikty"  ed July 14 and 15  Phone 885-9525  J  5  g very nicely and  to; thank all those  1 visiting  .ji is recovbrii  ���|: would.-like  ���ji who- have  ; gifts and  \ She hopes  I time. .VVIe'si  Ne.v. Westminster   and   White  Rock.  RY   TEA  held their straw-  the community hall  n aid of the hospi-  number of ladies  Gibsons attired for  j_ >< ���  sehlr well-wishes,    j^S*"-���",--/   * a.'  cards   once   again,    e***^-*--*��������  it will  be the last  pent some, tirne^ in   FAVORITE SPCT for fishermen last iveel? was the boat   ing of fried chicken and straw-  rental wharf at Mike M  StHOP THE EASY CATALOGUE WAY  T*  SIMPSOflM  GIBSONS  (Located m Thriftee Drygoodi Store)  FAST DELIVERY SERVK :E  MS  Orders placed before 3 p.m.  Back Wednesday  Monday  Sechelt]  Phone  PHONE 886-2252  -Selma pjirk - Wilson Creek  sized cohoes weie brought  Many awards...  com an  succes  by the three scouters, consist-  ay's, where a number of nice   berry shortcake complete with  in by happy fishermen. whipped cream.  Amazement was expressed by  the boys who had not heard of  such luxury on a camping trip.  Haying successfully passed  the Tenderfoot... Acquirements,  Dana Johnston was* invested as__  a scout, at the Monday night  eampfire. Hob i n MacPonAId  was awarded his second class  badge 7aml~Ttfeky Gibson was  presented with the athlete pro-  CAMP FOR THE 1st Gibsdns Scout Tifoup was held from fi w^^^ff* in ��imiiniM'  , the morning of Saturday, July u ^Tuesday July ^fi��8Sif STKKg  21, on Keats Inland, program being organized and. con- *with lhfi aid of waikje talkie  ducted by Scouters Al Raynor, John Felrrari and Mike  Thatcher.  Theme was on-water srffet;' camped dut.-lmeals were'pro-  in all it's atepectis.- and included vided by each patrol and cook-  boating,  swimming,  life-saving    ctf j,y the scoutsiion a eommun-  and   artificial * respiration,   ai|l  methods being Covered  Despite   the   ifain,   the   boyi  at basis.  important  Monday  Highlight of this all  fujfiction   was    tiy?  ^ighf  meal,  provided  sets loaned by the Port Mellon .  group. This was- the first occasion in which the system has  been tt$ed ny the ��� Gibsons  groupfand it proved very; successful; A boat wvas made iivailr  able to the boys by }5mittie's  Marina. j  H WAK-SAN CAMP  Reports have it this camp for  the cubs held July 17-19 vvas  one of ithe best-yet and glowing  report? arc'circulating^ in majny  circles; -   '". - j *  Success ag.Jfar as jthe b4ys  are concerned may be attributed to the Indian theme, which  gave them the Reeling of being  abl�� to "let go" for awhile, iin-  irihibited by the accepted rules  of civilization.  Swim suits replaced:uniforms,  an^ war paint and informality  vvas sufficient to create a carefree atmosphere.  Strict supervision by: the nine -  leaders was maintained at all  times7 though ��� discretly, consequently 47 boys together with  four service scouts learned-  something of the discipline of  life and4 how to get along, with  their fellow men.  Camp was complete with posters, signs, totem poles and0 the  camp: flag, all the work of local people, who through their  generous efforts, and the assistance^! those" who ihelped ih  the recent fund drive, made *  the project possible,:!  A totaJ of; eighty-five proficiency badges were earned and  District .Camp Crestsr were presented to ail attending.  Prizes were presented by Mr.  .Dayi.es, alias Chief Rainy River, honorary chairman. About  sixty ? parents attendld the closing ceremony which jwa;* gratifying.  This not only lets the youngsters^ see their, parents ares interested but also encourages  those who are trying to helpl the  boys.  Highlight of the activities hvas  the Iritjuois haircut giverj to  CubyMaster Geoff? Thatcher,  each of the boys having an  opportunity to add his own ar-'  tistict touch to Mr..^ Thatcher's  "make-up. The final;result left-  little to be 'desired*;  Plans [ are  already-'afoot  for  next year's camp but is  generally agreed, it will have to be -  unusually good to surpass this  . one.: ;

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