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 . i  passion ��icaol-iLMiRG set/icss  2182 fiESXL 12th AYEKJS  =^  -VAHCOUVEa 9, E.C.  . I,  ��� -ti  Authorized cs _s_sE-��Td \dzts -  meg   by   tHe   P��st   d-tsce^  Cctf��lr'iftf, 0��iS*-i-   *" .-  i  Serving the Sunshine Coast. (Howe^ound to Jervii Inlet), including Port Mellatv-Hopkiris LcrxSna, Grontftcm's Ldndfng, Gibsons, Rocerts Cteei^'  /filscn Creek, Selma Pork, Sechelt, Hctfmoon Bey, Secret. Cove, Pender Harbour, Madeira Perk, Kleindcte, trvtngfs Lending, Earl Ccve, Egrrwot.^   WEDNESDAY!SEPT- 23. 196A   %Qc  ���* . " - - - - -  Mechanized . . .��� --'v_r  Contract gremt^^for  village maintoance^  COUNCIL OF Sechelt agreedl-last week to accept the  services of Mr. Roy Bolderson for general^nainten-  ance of the village. Duties to include sweeping of roads,  boulevards, filling of potholes and! grass cutting where  necessary.- : ��� ;y  _--.-.��� ���-  At   request   of   council,   he=  -J i    -I   appeared at the last meeting in  order to clarify the duties-he-  would undertake. He also explained _his request for a- contract which would guarantee  him a set salary for a period of  -time. This would allow the purchase of items Qf equipment  such as a roa"d sweeping^* machine, etc.  Mr. " Bol'dersin   told   council--  lors   "There  is   a   lot of wdrfcr  needed" to clean" up-the .village,  certain equipment rwouid have  to  be obtained, some devised.  Without it >6ii would-have" to~  get someone else to do'it. by-  hand,   this : would   take   a   lot  longer and you would get less -  done." yZ ^ -r7  '- -- :  I    Councillor      Swain      aske4__  " "Have    you    considered -. ho�� -  ! much money you would want?**-  He was told "that isTfor coun- A  cil to decide,.;it is up to;them  to   decide -what -they7 can afford.^  Following  due - consideration,7  members approved the recommendation ot Councillor Parker  who moved Bolderson ,be given a one-year trial -contract on_,  a part-lime basis.-  New caH service ^  for Gibsons area   ._.-_/.-..-- -. .-���__  MAKE - that advertising pay  off_ gst'in^on the wonderful  coverage offered by the Sechelt  Peninsula Times. Times ads  are definitely- bringing results.  GIbscnsTresidents. may now  phone in their adbriefs t& the  Coin Dry Cleaners on the- Sunnycrest Plaza: at 888-2231. Deadline Saturday 5 _p.ni.  Defenceclioses  Abortion trial set ioi  ancbuver coimSy court  ��� Ktwariis_ visit  * .     ��� . -_'     {       I  MOST WHARFS' in the area are empty of visiting yichts  ��� at this time of-year, but things Were extremely! active at the Secret Cove* dock over Ihfr weekend,! widf tfae  visit of a. number of Vancouver Kiwanis and feelr vessels. The members chose Secret Cove for a fishing derby  but last reports were that catches!were on tfi.e small  side. * "*"*      b" -���     -  ARRESTED JULY 3 and charged: under Section 23ri   Interest lacMnq  sub-section: 1 of the criminal code, with unlawfully*  using-an instrument upon a female, person with intent  to procure a ^miscarriage, Victoria Margaret Veseiy of  Wilson Greek, foBowing-a nam-   --; -,...., ���.    ..__.   .-. - :     "^1  berof ?djc-a__rmeats, appeared *-_.*f��_-_  again Jjeforer Magistrate And- /^ |Tf liiR  rew Jchhstba7 last Saturday. .       j  -������������������      ~~ -to. emergency tap j  RESIDENT DOGS  "Councillor Rn r n e 11 Gordon  still   has * dosr  probFlems,   "in        Both  crown prosecutor,  fact,*'   tie'""- said, . "two   of * the    William  Craig,  and the  Mag   .   .  u    ,. -  strays. arenowtaMng turns to^to^^ B*"* .Br^���� ;*'��?^ ^$  sleep in my office^: _b council who. nskedthat the pre- ..-.ServHaw was cajed cutw  ��� Asked-if he knew-whose the^ -iiminary trial*be held in .cam-. ?s emergency- flight last luss-  were,  he  leplied,  "They have - era. This of; course meant the.  First Fall RTJ^ meetj  nets poor  meeting of the Secheit  no_callarsr so I have no.idea."  Laughter greeted the remarks  of Chairman Mrs. A.-Johnston  who pointed out.that as a member of the licencing committee  it:was his job to turn the animals over to the SPCA_and  not harbor them.  Druggist-"manager  BORN in Saskatchewan,  twenty-eight... .y ear   old  Lome L. Anger has been    __ _     r   appointed manager of 1 the^'^,^ "appearance rlast  featur-  exclusion . of public . and press  from the court room. _  Through her defence^eouncil,  Mr.^Al MackrfF, ^Mrs.rTesely'  elected to* go; for trial by county  court in Vancouver, i All e vid-.  ence- is' now in the hands cf  the -prosecution and accused  -will make a final appearance  before .Magistrate Johnston *  Saturday, SepLr'25 for .his; final  disposition^ - - -    ;. ���  THEFT CHARGE^-^  X"*hargetf with theft : vadzr  $m~Bmay Fra&ds Billy of Sechelt also appeared **"*; before  Magistrate A. Johnston^ Saturday, Sept. 19 and wsg&pnad  $50 and put en probation' for  six months.    ~������"   ��� - 7   -7  Case arose following , the  theft of a "quick change coupling** valued^$4 and a green  ja.cket. valued $10 from a truck  parked outside a hoteL  Subsequent investigations" resulted in the RCMP recovering  the articles* from tfae bedroogi  of Billy who had beenjd||nfeing.  He was_arrested: and ^ordered  to be- held :in custody for' one  week at Oakalla  priar7i��a his  day to pick up 7a sick logger*  who had been stricken dowif  with sever*- abdominal paissf  .Mark-R^musse"*"v emplayed "  ��5 a hookerchaser at the Weal  ver Brcs. logging, camp at the  tap cf Jenis Islet hM been  taken ill en the Monday, his  condition worsened to such exf  test certiday that it wa; nec^  essary to  get him  to hospital  ATTENDANCE at the first fall  PTA proved disappointing for it had beei: expected  a number of parents .would have turned out to ir.eet  Slid, welcome the new teachers. jUnfortnateJy. ipart  from teachers and "executive, interest- was sadly lacking  as far as attendance of parents was concerned.     [  -Mrs. T.-Lamb presidjd  ard ~"^���; ^ ; ��� \���~-  officers for tfce term ��ere in-    s^-ir^s \  dab  IS  for-eiaergency treatmszt.,      . __  Flcwn  to Nanaimo.  he- was    ram. Mrs. L- Gocsen_���    _^  immediately  rushsd  ta  bosplt- Reports     were     presented  ar wtiere he is o=dersioud to he     and .the. meeting wasjnformed  in satisfactory cccdMon. "?     f     by Mrs. Jeffries that tfce school  very scuve.  stalled-by Mrs. "Dorothy Stack- - - Stisients of Eve* sb^x^si Glh-  weU. a past president. Ezn. ^��:aS- Roberts Creek Davis  Pres., Mr. W. Rsid: vice-pres. ^^ &^fadi xzd Efniczf sav-  Mrs. M. Jeffries: tec.. Mrs. M_- e<4"��.a(33 $.*: r^t i]x ri0j:ths  Henry;   treas.,   -Mrs.   S.   Bad-    cf 1S64j g.^ ^^  ^^Z\U tot  uiek:    meinbershipr^ Mrs.    D_ sc^.^  i^ip   ��->js   ccSect-is   is  Gray:. library. Mrs. H. Kelson;---^  Stiidx - el^tnez:ar>*  Ichccl  health.  Mrs.  C.  Poteet:  prog-    c���  Wednesday^ mcrr.injs! Mrs.  Sechelt Council  uiiersioi oi opmioi  -' ~^~ i        ���    t '-  over Barnacle Street  DIVERSION of opinion regarding the naming of streets  in Sechelt by councillors, arose when Councillor Sam  Dawe took exception to remarks made at a previous  new Kruse ~*-p  Drug Store_on  the Sunnycrest P1 a z_a.  Lome came to this district  from Colgar>% he graduat- -  ed as~arpharmacist in 1960  and took up duties-as a re-  lie f drugstore manager.  This was followed by^two  more yeares schooling mr'  law, the latter year at  UBC. He joi4ed Mr. Ray  Kruse early in the spring.  Lome and h?s wife Mar-  lene. a public health nurse,  have-already made a number of friends Jit the dis-"7  trict and look forward to.  ~dSy. Billy has a pifevious record of crime and faces a  heavy sentence should he vio  Iate-his probation^  IMPAIRED  DRIVER "~~ ,  A plea of cofguilty. was entered by David Joseph Latham  of Gibsons Sept.. 12 charged  with cperating a motor vehicle  while impaired. ; -  Checked by police^ind fpund  to be in an advanced state of  impairment near] the Langdale  ferry terminal, L4tham was ar-  rested!__and on appearance before Magistrate Johnston, was  fined $200 and* costs; This was"  making many more.  ;his/first offence.  meeting Jby Councillor Frank Parker.  Referring to a report-of ths  previous meeting in The Tinier.  at which__hs was absect. Councillor Dawe asked, "Who in-  stnicted-the clerk: to hold hack  any earlier proposals on the  street naming*^ dairmaki  Mxs. A. Johns6>n told him this  was_ usual procedure in a situation when councIF was���not m.-  accord.     - - f  Councillor Ekirhell Gorden expressed the cpinioii. that- he  would welcome residing on Ja  street n a"m ed Barnacle, bat  CounciHar-Dawe said he would  not, both Toredo and Barnade  were pcKsr names in .that Barnacles and .Toredos were  destructive. -     -     I  -Sirs. Johnston then asked the  councillor if he-could suggest  any names and was assured  that-with a little timejbe would  produce names far mare suit-  ahle than, those already sug-  gested by Cooncfllsr Parser.  HELP FO**t-CLERK_  Questian of assistance for the  clerk. Ted Raynor. came up as  a result of an application -for  _&e   position  of   Mr.   T_JLamh  who h. was stated, has had past  experience" and was quite efficient.       -      .  Mr. Raynor when asked \raat  . his views were, stated if he  was to have help, be wool! sag-"  gest the application '"be considered aad that he felt Sir. Laab  -would be a go��i choke for  the situation.".''?".   __     :   -~  Move hy. (Suacilisr Bumell  Gordon~that Mr. - Lamb~t>e appointed, received unanimous ap-  provaL .   ���  P. Handford whort^* pnrdctis-  Iy-assisted is preiecUy icn  t  -visit th Brilais. Ari :se\ ��ish-  irg to kelp may call Mr|. Jeffries  at SSS932S. " _ j   ,| -I -  Rapresentins the fiSaDlffe-oard -   "  5fr. Le# Jchrscs. ejsjjlatnfd the  ~faus     trarLspQrta"cs^Hli|iatioa  aai   it I was  ge^eriiy ^��x  the  rearraj^ging   cf   t��;;   scifedules/' ���  in  regard .to puplli  w^sf tzq^Z ' _  satisf^gqry.   It   v,a   iac|cd   3     ~  ward   ef   thack<:    bi   fs|eDd��-d : -  to the board for t%irj cooper- *  atjee ii ths: matteft   f |  Prindpre cf the SleheltJ ELsra-    -  entary School. Mr.jK7 Kfhl, in  aa address, .stated fo ffrf rules-.  ;  zs   pcssibls _v^5uid[ibe? ft^crc-.  ed. adding thsre _s|cci-_k^ ea- '  ��� rcllmeii.   <rf   Z33  "g.kpsls|   New "   .  staff   iecibars   icWodacfed   b;-  Mr.  Reid'w^re   5&s Xi HaH.  -Mrs. -J^Ha-rtje. ilA. Cj Mch- .  ciso= and Mrs.* E.-|Birk|s (re-*   .  hevkg}. ', \���    I  -__!--'        -j       I  Salvation/Aibiy  canvass M fiubds -  CAN%*AS'for   (zrdi   or I behalf  . cf tife SalTaticc Arxji cc-as-  mscced Mssiay. 5^ -terfcer 21 -  and    i'ill  - cccur.--,-    i.{    two  weeks.! - t ���  -This Jis the -afSuSi" spr**^ t?-A  f-ozds knd ca^i? ->-.*!  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Semi-Display, Super-Display,  qnd .Blue Chip Display   1.50 per  inch.  LegalNotice's:  ��� i7e per count; line (5 wordsl first  Ibsertiort, 13c per count Tine sub-  I    sequent insertions.  Deadlines; Saturday 5 p m,  "In the event5of o typOgriiphicaf  error! advertising goods or services  of ajwrong iprijee, goods or services  rhoy nor be sold and the dif erence-  charged to the newspaper, AdVer- *  _ ttsiiig is merely on offer va sell,  Ofid imey he " ���withdrawn I- ot ony  *   b ' : time."       b _  Advertising-Is qcceprcdonj the con- v-  diricwT that, in] the event jot typOr-  - Qiraphical errorj, that parHirc of the  ddvertlSfrtg-sptirce occupied" by the  erroneous itemj, together with reasonable allov/oiice for signature, will  not be charged for, but the ba.lfl.nce  if the odvertiiernent-wtll -be paid  -     fpr ot.the applicable rate.  A composition'charge is made for  <k}��G<$45ing accepted and put into  production, bar cancelled before  publication.. Change from original  copy |when prdof is submitted fo  customer is'olso chargeoble at on  hourly rate far; the additional work  :'.-;--- required. '  Subscription Rates:  1.0c per copy, i50?r per monrti (by  ,1 carrier); $54)0 per y$ar,Ji$.z''  I aefvonce. -  Cojrd oh.- Thanks, Engagements,  DeoiliS/ Sirth571nMemariomr Coming Eyents, Etc, Per Insertion (up to  40 words) $1.25; extra words, 3c  _ each.'25c Discount if paid hefore  ���   -   -publicoHon,  FOR RENT (Conf.)  4 ~~ST* D ROOM,     waterfront  house for lease, West "Sechelt.  Partly   furnished.   $7$   month.  Phone S85-9943. , 7759-tfh  2-BEDROOM cottage on waterfront at Davis Bay. For Particulars phone 885-2122.    6921-40  SMALL 2 bedroom house, furn--  ish'ed, bath, H & C.  At Roberts- Creek,  $50 -month. Box  331r Sechelt Peninsula  Times.   T758-41  EVERYTHING fcr^the hunter.  Rifles, ammunition, cases,  ground sheets", tarps. At Walt  Nygren Sales; Gibsons, BjC.  Phone  886-9303. 7760-tfn  *VI    FOR   LEl-j-EItilEADS,   envel-  ���0W000&-      0pes,    st^tem'ents,     invoices  and   all   cgmmtrcial   printing.  contact  th|   Tihies   office- at  883-9^*.     s tfn  SMALL office m Sechelt avail  | able shortly $2^ monthly: m*    p^^mT  ply box 38X Sechelt Times".     ���ja,m�� ^^  ' X . i 9820.tfii  CEilENT^_gravcl fill, peat top  soil. Lowest possible  prices.  A.  Simpkins, Secheit, 885-31327  '{ W3S-42  RUBBER stamps of all des-'  criptions  may  be  obtained'  at The Times, "phone 885-9654.  Quick service on all orders^  APPROX. 2,QCh.\ gallon wooden  water .tank uf perfect ^condh-  tioti-rptsy be seen foil,. Cheap  for cashj_ also larke ml; burner.  C. .eJ Garvey'i. JRR-'-I-tE'ra'ncis,-"  Peainsula*! Madeira PaiS^-itC.  '-       9947-41  WQRK^^HTED  OIL range, good condition, barrel included, S75. Phong_ 885-  snt. I wmo  ���}  ���.  CRAWLEIR IWesel Case. Load-  i cr with operator now available en the Peninsula. A. Sim-  pkins, Box 3&I, SecfaeltT^C.  Phone 88Sr2132. 9844-41  ' ROY'SW  - SERVICE  Fields - Lowns - Gardens  ROY BOLDERSON  Box 435 - Sechelt  .      -      885-9530     '~'X-  Please phone evenings  only  ���;.. 9722-tfft  REAL ESTATE  %: ACRES; New fully modern,  \ 2    bedroom    bungalow1.    20  minutes    from    Sechelt.     FP  ��5,500.   Terms.   Owner   Harry  Ilffl.   Phone  885-4173.      7762-41  I       ( LOT for' sale,   $1,700.  Cleared  CwrArCMCMT^ corner view let at Davis Bay.  eNfaAtotMfcftTa ; Across   from   pljiygrourid.    A.  MR, ANt> MRS. Cecil B. Nick-    Simpkins, Box 389, Secheit, B.  . ,��� erson of West jSechelti  B.C.^ G-  pfaoDe 885-213'.. 0843-41  wish ! to. announce the engage-  atienti cf their daughter Sandra  ��� K. fo Harvey: John Higkinscnv  sen cf Mr. and Mrs, Jijihn 'Br���34 FOOT Camp 'ietidcr, 8 foot  JiSQO FOW]L-^!W^^-SC��� ceMS: ca.  Dressed, St ejacB. Offer good  for 3*1 weeks only.i PhoM- 8^:-  2048, evenisgs-dtily.,      7��^|^42  LEGAL HOT||es; :  Wi^Eft, SURVEY  SERVICES  Complete Water System Service  L. C. EMERSON  Sechelt 885-9510  Insured Blasting  Frank E. Decker  OPTOMETRIST '  B'al Block  Gibsons  Every Wednesday  lor.oppointmcnt  886-2166  Phono ieclieft-885-9669  PENINSULA  puiLpiNG Supply^..  "The House.N^ith A Heart"  E. i. Caldwell,'Proprielor  -      Box 97 - Seehelt, B:C ^  Scows ���r- Lo9s  SECHELT TOWING  & SALVAGE WD.  Heavy Equipment Moving  8z Log Towing_ -  1^ HIGGS;  Phone 885-4425  TINGJ.EYS  HI-HEAT!  SALES and SERVICE  for1 all yoiir heating  requirements  4 Oil Co.'s fjnance Plans  C. E. (Cal) Tinglcy  -80x^0.417,560116^  885-9636-^885-9332  Form Ho. .15*1  .-"    . LAND  (iSection 40>  ACT  BOATS and ENGINES  1 Ihgginson of -Selma Parli, BjC.  The wedding Ho take-place Oc-  tolier' 17, 1864 at tHe Church  Of His -Presence7, Haffmoon  Fay,  B.C. .*        692241  PERSONAL  .* -  PLUMBING repairs, and  i lations. Agent for Stihl  fiwA'S. Tillicum  Iflumbin  3L6, Sechelt. Ph^ie 885-2|)55  7six heam, 4 foot draft, 110  GNG Paragon reductipn. Tow-  itne, fully reconditioned, hats  of deck and cahin space $2000  or nearest offer. Phone-485-4131.  4713 Manson Ave., Powell River, B:C: ��17-41  14' FIBERGLASS bottom boat.  1961 40 b.p. Johnson. All A-l  shape. Ideal ski boat. Fast ���-  Safe. Fully equipped including  skiis. See at Clay's Wharf. _Ma-  ^949-tfia.���;^eira.   Ph. g83-22^.    '^-983240  FOR RENT  2 BEDROOM hbiiie on lioberts  .Creek  Jiighway,  08S0.1  2-ROOM    furbished    suite    onj  beach at- Selma Park. Phone  8^5-9367. *.   .       7[751-tfh  .{  UP*  MS-  !?4  is**  T  instal-  power  , Box  JS'otice'Of Intemjfon to Apply to  .     Pdrchase Land-  In   Land  Recording   District  -of. Vancouver a# siuiate ia the  vicinity of Halfmoon ;.Bay on  4he Sfedt��4t Peiiinsula/  * Take notice! [that I, James  Heliher of Half jnoon BayA B.C.  oeeupatioa Custtklian of School  intends to apfjly) for permission  to purchase thc following described hinds:   } __.  Commencing at a post planted ore East boundary of D.L.  1638, Group _Go*. N.W. District,  approximately 'G'/z chains S of  N.E: corner qf D. L/ 1638;  thence E. spproximately n  chains; thence iS���apprpxima'te-  ly 10 chains; thence W. to N.  Boundary of rpad;. thence .N.  W. and W. along' said boundary to east boundary of D.L,  1638: thencfa IN. along, said  boundary approx. $ chaittg to  point of comrpencement and  containing Twenty (20} acres,  more or less. .  .The purpose for w^ich the  land is required is Homesite.  j_|mes HELMER  Dated September 2nd, 1964  691ft���Pub. Sept. \S,16, 23, 30, '64  GUN BOAT BAY  Float Ramp and  .:'..- Apptjoach  Building Contractor  Phoiie 883-2324  The Fibest In  v FLOWERS  " For All CJecastions  ELDRED'S FLOWER SHOP  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  Phone 885-4455  STUtci>iNG-PLASTERING  GYPROC JOINT FILLING  CEMENT WORK  by     ]  '     N. SCHOENEWOLF  Z Phono 886^2862  TELEVISION  SALES &  RELIABLE  SERVICE  . PROMPT  Phonfe   886-  ,   7757^1  AUTOS & TRUCKS  1055 ^TRIUMPH     motorcycle.  200   cc,  $55.-Phone  88^4457.  7     -���     J J' Z . X       7761-41  li962 %-tbn CheyJ pickup aijd  i campeCL^eaVy' duty.   18,600  ihiles. Phone 886-9819.      9851-42  Form No. 18  .^LANDi  Notice: of Intention to Apply to  Lease  (Section 82);  ACT  Land  2 NEW SUBDIVISIONS  RFRONT LOTS  Earfs Cove, Subdivision ��� adjacent to Earls Cove  ferry termjinal on the Sunshine Coast Highway.^  Madeira Pc rk Subdivision ���- overlooking  Pender  Harbour  and. Gulf ���f 10% down ��� easy terms  om baiancie. Discount for cash.  FOR $ALE BY OWNER  ���In Land Recording District  of Vancouvcr��g*d*("~situate in the  vicinity of Middle Point, Salmon Inlet. Sechelt, B.C.  Take notice that Victor R.  Walters of Sechelt, B.C., occupation lumberman- intends to.  apply for a lease of the following  described lands:  RICHTER'S T.V.    *-,  & RADIO LTD.  S^chcll, B&.J&AaS*77t  CHAIN SAW CENTRE  ,       WHsonJ Creek ,.   ,  Dtilalers for' P.M; Canodicn,  Md��-  Culloch ond Homelite Cham Saws.  Complete stock of-all models .'  '' - Parts and repair service.  Telephone 885-2228  Phone 885-2062  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Jsleclrifol Contractors  Appliances bEiectric J-fedt  Phone 885-2062  ,���,..���..;^ X   ^.A_A. .    . '   .      .   ..: - f   f    |     ;|M  TR^E FALLING  TOPPII^ OR REMOVING  LOWER LIMBS FOR VIEW.  Insured worfc from Port Melton  ���-      to Pender Harbour  Phono 886-9946       _,_  MARVEN VOLEN  SWANSON BROS.  . Septic Took* ond Drain Fields  Backhwrand Front End    -  LoaidcrWork  . Screened Cement Gravel  Fill and Road Gravel   '  Phone 885-9666  Box 172-Seehelt  |      CUNNINGHAM  AMBULANCE SERVICE  Z  HALFMOON BAY  Emergency ond nan Emergency  calls,7 Special  rates   for   O.A.P.  X Qualifipd personnel  : 24 HOUR SERVICE  fPhonei 885-9927  FIREPLACES f  PLANTERS     ]  FOUNDATIONS  iVALLS  M SIMPKINS- 885^2132  SHERIDAN T.V.  *   Sales and Service s | ,  RADIO -^APPLIANCES  Phone 885-9605  ��    * t     ���" * -'     ��   ���   -  '*J^wi��WiWf���ii.iiiin      ������������!   I  II.MII    ���  Hl|   II   I    -*)  H. B. GORDON &  KENNETT LTD.  i *. '-    ���  Real Estat&-and  Insurance  Phones:  885-2013,886-2191  PLUMBING REPAIRS AND  INSTALLATIONS  Agent for Stihl power sows;  TILLICUM PLUMBING  Box 3*16, Seehelt   ,  PHONE 885-2055  NICHOLSON'S T.V. &  RADIO SERVICE  Now<|fupplying  The Sunshine Coast  with a 24 hour Service.  Phone 885-9566 _  All work fyHy guaranteed.  PRINTING  -BUSINESS���j* PERSONAL  e Social .;,.-������  RUBBER STAMPS  JTHE TIMES  \*  PREVENTF  O; SLADEM ���Madeira Park, B.C;  or phone North Vancouver  985-jf934 I  Phone 883-223  ' Commencing it a post planted 60 Chains Ejast of the S.E. '  corner of T.T.. 1|0946 on the H.  W.M.;   thence  330   Ft.   South;  thence  1320  Ft.   East;   thence  330  North   to 'H.W.Mb  thence  K20 Ft West along H.W.M. to  point   of   comnencement   and-  ccntaining 10 acres,  more  or  less,   for-  the   purpose   of   log  dump   ahd   booming  grounds.  VICTOR   RUSSJELL  WALTERS  Dated August If,  1964.  6918-Pub. Sept. ?, 16> 23, SO, '64  mmmmmssm  BEEK BOTTLES - BEER BOTTLES  25c doz. ccssh for empty  | M** BOTftJS !  delivered to our yard, at Wilson Creek. Will pick-  upl 100 doz^ lots at 25c per doz.   J    b  Fallow tjhe Signs at Fields Road     'f  RUEBEN STROSHEIN - Phono 885-2261 -   ���  -  ?* ~  ���p _  ���*���- /*  -"? ^  -���  ��_-.   -     '-  jr**--  <  1 fi   ���  ,"*��� *��3_1  ?ttvy^'-  V.    ���  *___^ *-**��_____  i_ll5*l_ll__lii  3*1   The Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wek.j Sept. 23. 1964-Pege 3  Da^ls Ottawa Diary   b  -^���*���* ���-  * - ff ^cc^ Doy��i M.P-  TWO OF. the most controversial words in the [parliamentary dictionary are '-filibuster" and "closure.'! Both  have their place in democratic institutions. Xcitiien musC  however, be overdone. Carried to extremes th-e^ amount  to a .denial of democracy itself.-    X   .       Iff  -Most   organizations   allow   a     -4 : f���-*������-   reasonable length of time far  discussion. But being businesslike, they set a \ limit after  ���ihicfa talking mast come to as  end. Than the issae is pui ta  a vote. Its'-results are deemed  all   partes  Feeding time   - =^���    SOMETHING OF a bird-life sanctuary now exists at-tbe"  Ruby' Lake Resort where a number of matllard ducksJ  Swans and Canada Geese have made their home. Feeding timejias proved a greatattraction to visitors'. Bill  Youdell, cafe operator, feeds them.but regrets he will  not be doing the chore much longer for be and his wife  Marian will soon be leaving for the winter. Bill says  owner of the resort, John-Kline~*will not neglect them but  anyone wishingJtojdrop up and, throw' them bread, will  be very welcome. -       7   _  Astonishing response V�� . " . __  Times participates  in special survey  -A SURVEY of Canadian weekly newspaper editors just  released by the syndicated MacDuff^Qttaw-aReport  showed strong reader rejection of a'special role for Quebec in Confederation and underlined the vast difference-  between English and__French Canadians opinions on wbat .  Quebec's role should be__Edito*rs-of The Times took part  in the survev.  - ��� ���-���r_=- ������  _was insufficient backgrounding]  of -stories, too much seasatiefl-|  alism and inadequate .perspec-]  tive on the situation. Of the edi-f  tors responding, a Targe 78.7 j  per cent thought there were in-f  adequacies in the coverage. f  Only ffil per cent of the edi-f  to^jaid they though most of|  theSr^ readers were concerned: i  about Ah& fate of ConfederatioaTf  But an* even smaller tsimber,;  -14.1 per cent, said ther thought]  their readers bad any real inr}  dersfinding of tbe quiet reyo-J  lutios- in Quebec. Most of the}  editors (6S-t^per cent) thought!  most-of their readers did_-t��t|  believe Quebec would "separate}  but only-50 pec_eent said most}  of their" readers would care   -1  is   be   bindiES  . concerned-  Parliament, unfortunately. Is  -a committee that sit? day alter  day. The.-fame subject can be  discussed^ ever and over again.  Dozens of speakers can be  mobilized and amendment after amendment caa_ be introduced^ The process is endless^  Hence the Opposition has a  weapon which can be used J to  "block legislation : which the  majority wants. Bat a 'filibuster can really only7 be justified  whes-a large, segment of the  population teels that its rights  -are being trampled upas by  the Government of the day.  There have bee spirited ce-  fences-cf the Opposition's risht  toj GHfauster���to USst on endlessly! -with- a viesr to fea.vin2  Government ~ legislation high  and dry. One was Waller lipp-  maiL Bt& it' must, be remembered that he, lie many other  Americans, was talking about  an eitireiy dlffetfeiE. system c��  goremnteiK.--. .--b:tfcat of the  United States.  The President of the TJS. is  not responsible to Congress.  He and his governfeent caanot  be-jurned out by Ithe legislature. Its . legislation can be  blocked. But this does not-precipitate ati immediate e_ecaoc{  So a filibuster In the VzS. cannot be as crippling as it cas  in the United Kingdom. Cas-  ada and~~our cth��f Commonwealth countries. "-  -It   follows   that -rwe.  *��g  The MacDuff Survey on tiie  Confederation Crisis^ covered  202 weeklies, of greater than  1*000 circulatk rFexcluding only  French langua ;e papers in Quebec. Editors were asked-to express their oVvh. opinions and  what they7 beli|?ved the opinions  of their readetjs to be. Answers  came from 45' per cent of die  survey forrrur sent out and re-  -vast difference between present  English and French-Canadian  opinion. - ���^  It quoted somceditors as an-'  sweringisi^ the   same   breath  that thev did not want to rob  "French Canadians of their fieri-- slightly more than 25 per cent]  tage but they shoefcL not have    rate of response and from for-f  However, In expressing thetrj_^British traditisn. must have a  own OfiiBons. most of the edi-f  tors; (70^ per cent) said ��iue-f  bee stju&I oot separate and 73'  per cent expressed concern!  about whether or not this would f  happen. ;    ,        = I  'EROStMOUS   INTEREST'      ,    {  The" survey aroused oannous}  interest, mainly from British}  Columbia and the prairie nrov-j  inces as well as in Ontario and {  English Quebec.  The: least interest ^ras fromj  the  ifarttimes -yfaich provided}  er. * This is ��� clciare^ Whec a  filibuster bfc^n*��i- iitoli^abk?,  the'.Govercmeot otlxhe 4ay uses closure as Us weajon'of iast-  : re'sort. - Then a o$i-:4riQ,- i <ste.-  pots an | end"-fc��-tie {isawe'fsr  ail .timel   - ]        -f   j    |  .The"right to psefdbsgre ha-s-  be^n uaeal'ia"_the UIS403; recent  occasions. No eag.-Jhai , saH.  that this!actiija ��-ai <*tr��g��sM^.-  * Bui in panada xfc ferse more  .��"--sitive: St5s"iused t��_IinrJ:  Cie Greft-Pip<rUd4 pefeac^ ia-,  1S55. setae-- say, I��Jpe4 - bring  doun- the Liberal IGfrvcnunent  of the Rt. Hon. Lofcsfc St. -Laurent.      | :  I  Dtefe^iskrr    prqm{��-e^    tb--t  he 7��eukj abolish Ictesi^e. Re  campaigned-bith tfca isteit.sn.  m 1S57 pad . 1&5S.; Bat he- eld  nat* gi through, vtfth iL On?e  on .the -Governmest> tide cf .  tbe ' Hsuis. bi fti? tr.-ire impressed by the -fact List clcs;  are- may fcae Ore <nly cw-r^e  open to {a G<5>enstr.|-r.t - <*h.Ah '  dzzs cot Ttact-cs tite a ciff-  icult ifiae_t-> the pc^i-t.  Other ]scd ~ sare" appsoprute  . solaticssj t3ty.tT ��r$4 be jauefct.  A - serisas   "suxr.^it**   tre��-ti-".s  betweeQl  the   "Party,   Leajl*��rs  might  produce   a .compromise  scIatkBi.| A   select? tsam^tec  of    tie 'Hocise    of^Coorcers  mf^it iko be use���. C^Jferaurs  Hith a  strict ceacL^e  and  ca  the . understanding that" Its rcc-  oms*.enditics$   a-��4d^ be tak^a"  sericcsh-' by. the Cas-.nKSK.  it  co��ld prtn idk zzaihet jwa>  cut .  of the Impaise.  - This is the"-pre*er4 h-f 5- v i'Zh  regards "o" the Great Fla? Debate.  For strfi;e~iie.fc��-sj-*-  ��t  has fc2dUH the sp^kraKte* <i-  a. filibuster.- S-irr.Hk'kig tr.Xnt t*  dx^&~=ta I fcreafe 'this \ rerfeal  tJJ   .  jans���aad &v&*.       i    -  special treatment-"and privileges. The; heavy negaflve vote  fd~ a   special   French-Canadian  presented   newspapers   with   a _roic ar0se less from antagon-  r-  total   circulation  of over  S30,-  *000.  Other" conclusions: The  Con-  -federation    crisis - rated    high  'coverage in weekly newspapers  but there was sharp criticism,  of how-daily paper handled the  storyr greater concern7 was expressed about the fate of Cbn-  federatioa tb^n..there, was knowledge about Quebec's quiet re-.  r volution; only 50 per cent .ef  editors felt their readers cared  if Quebec separated but most  believed their readers: did not  think it would happen.     - -  "Essentially, the overall position on separatism: may be  summarized quite briefly," tbe^  purvey Said. "Most editors and  "  ism than front concern tor Canadian unity, it said.  "Just as the French-Canadian  apparently, feels that 'one Canada* means the Anglicisatian of  French Canadians, so a strong  majority of the rest of "Canada  "appears to feel that a special __ _  role for��� Quebec represents  some sort ofan effort by _the  ity to im pose its wishes on - the  Quebec French-speaking muwr-  majorify." - ��� - . -  . The survey showed 44.8 per  cent of weeklies^ carried editorials on the crisis during, the  year preceding April, 1964. a  larger number than-those.de-  voted to Canada's role in the  ' world,    defencerb the  ' Canada  eign fansuarge weeklies which|  provided-less than 20 yxtr cenL|  "The unbelievable phencmen-j  on of - a 45 per cent response j  factor through direct mail will!  be fully appreciated when one!  considers~��hat happensjo mo^|  direct mail received by busyi  editors.".     -    ' - i  their readers don't think scpa- Pension   Plan7 or  income  tax.  ration is the reasonable coutie ..The   sur\-ey   said   that   since  to folldw. As they expect the  reasotdfble course will be^fol-~  "loweoVjthey don't think separation will actually happen."  *  ANSWER OOESTION _7^ '-X  .In answer to a question as to.  whether Quebec should be treated differenUy from~other prov^  inces because^she is the guardian pfTrench-Canadian cultufe,  68.2 per cent of the editorsrs^d  jthey thought their readers  ��vou"7d not accept this view. The  survey, said  this  revealed  the  Weeklies usually concern themselves mainly with local affairs,  the coverage was unusually  high.  INCLUDES  BIAS :=-.-- _  7, Just over SO per~cent qf the^  editors thought the crisis was  getting sufficient coverage by  daily papers-^and other media  but criticisms included biased  and unobjective stories "and too  much publicity given to crackpots. _."-. ���J  editors   also*-said   there    "  ���ECHELrmiR SERVICES  PORPOISE BAY  (Sechelt)  ~~~~ -. - i  Al? Chafer ��1 Aif craft Mainleaaiise  B��C��  Fishing  Hunting  Freight  Air Taxi  \S  Contract Flying  Sightseeing Tours  Timber \Cruising  Ahr Ambulance  ���    -    H  PHONE SECHS4 g85-95��# AND BOQK f LIOH^  M  ���'\;  **  ��� i  -:,  ��� '\  i;�� :���*> ' ��� -'.�� .��-  ���-���' v..; ��� ;   ���.---��� ; v .-���.������-:-. ;  ��� ���'-���'--.**- -V  .  nil ���   ii��  y"*.\ :.:-"'���-  '-'.   -*: -. -*;: * ,- i...   -. -r*  '. *'*��� .'���������"'��� ���������-���' " '- <AYiy\   !:���* : A-*-..'1. ���- ���-,,- -���'������--��'  -���"-��� **.*...-.  '"���"���   "- ������---��� -*      -���-'��� -   ���   ��� -���'���������!     -��������� ..-..'.L.   ���    -  '   ���  ���-���      ���    ���       ...���,.-        1     r.1 Iniiiliiiiniriiiii  ��  V SlX&EIlPEHIKSUIJl^&��**e*  The Time Has Come J .  To Talk of Many Things; .of Shoes, Ships, Sealing Wpx,Cabbages, Kings  Wednesday,  September  23,   1964   -������--������77-  &tm&r  wrviiies ^erviee  Four Voices  .'���by Vce Lobb,  VRaJe and hearty I am,"~cried  the North Wind,   7  Qubth the East, "big-jand strong  . ��� ... too, amh"    ''���$ i  J���John ArTKiNS Said* the third, *Tm; the Wes.,  ahd quite sure I'm the best."j  ��@S*tf     An<^   the   Sentle^'-iu,*b  Wind  _.     ���..    ���.    .��� breathed a sigh.  (The GUp Sheet)  la ~"I may be brong,  but I shall not be so wrong  as to fail t? say  what I believe to be right."  mem  SEVERAL! months have elapsed since The Times a readership of ihosle who piously describe them- coMjPAttATIVELY ; speaking, Toshow his great strength,  made its debut on the Sichelt Peninsula and selves as seekers of truth, but would quickly be    imputation to (Canada from    ,;lpw lhe NWlh Wind.  despite the usual trials and tribulations^ssaiiing abandoned by responsible numbers of the public^ Germany is dowh to * "  ��� ���������  :*[ ii,�� j��t.!ol ctriopi   ;��<: with  anv new e.^A*..  i*.~*X;nn ��� ,t4t^r <a.es  and  naid ^,cHe-Lum* ">,/�� onasv yt  blew the North Wind;  ^wj 4w  ___ _ .       . -       , - . . ,.        Down scattered the leaves  progress in the initial stageij, as with any new Steadily increasing cojit|ter_sales and P.^-i^s^'^^g^aml0came*from     through the air; 7 ;  business, there is little doubt it has now become an    up subscriptions have providpd adequate proof    -   (}ern!iajiy. -jtt jigggT when immi- And then he sent ^now, and.he  integral part of the district  Adherence to a! policy jof | strict ethics lias  in recent months resulted j in ja publication which  has gained considerable popularity, with a readership extending to many parts of the province,  while subscriptions on the Peninsula have greatly  exceeded expectations.  1 This is indicative of healthy growth, a growth  wnicfi would have been iinjkissiblegwithout the  support and co-operation of ojottt readers and advertisers. To this end [The Times will continue to  providing something o|f interest to as many readers  -aS possible without tjhe abominable; practice of  ralbble raisiing and petty attacks on individuals  and groups. .That type of journalism "would gain  of the acceptability of the nejws reporting, interest- grati^rti totalled 158,868, wc ad-     blew them around j  ing columns   pidtuife coverage and imaginative mitted S$,24i persons from Ger- Tillthcrc wasn't orieho be seerv  advertising  Direct benefit ofrcourse is with the-man^ IP the sevsnjjears from     <jUheground,  ; !  advertiser! who realise they have to get the ^5Sft^|.^��g  best possible coverage foe-ffieir advertising dol- peroi^mitostejl   from   uer  mere  .'ear's  lars.  many   to   Canadla,   but   since  vtheji ;tl)e flow hsjs declined in  "Ua, ha!" cried the: North,  ���"Von see what 1 mean? I  Now Earth is white,; whilst be-  and    absolute      fore it was green.  fc!  Large   national   advertising   agencies   are bo.thb relative  acutely aware of thik fact and carefully study the terms.  statistics ofa^newstiapei-before considering it as    Business conditions here and T}b Wew the east: Wind  a media. The fact that a ni niber of the agencies our  government 4  go-slow  w-  W now. ad^ishi wi��� ^gesof The ^T^S^t^  Times is indeed gratifying ard provides the afnswer p^eWse oi&is particular drop  to all vvho^might have been iiiehned to pajrheed bas bein the sb-< ailed Germarnrhc poor flowers and shrubs  10 adverse propaganda circulated by despondent miracle,'* economic growth at.  that were covered with'snob  opponents.      ....   I-       ���"-;������: _a ra e j unsurpassed'anyMiere. j^, lrembled tbc cau't. they had  ��� i The Noting, able and. ambitious    -^ .  -      ��     ���   ���       '     *tZei ��� do -notifaave to seek freedom (J�� plaf'�� *��*t  u ~.    ,lf  2&lSlfF��l_tll��llI'��llf * and opportunity elsewpere. And "% ��"e>   h��wle<J ����*e East,   I  ST ST ���     .   ���   I    .  one of the] principal architects      afi stronger than yoii!  making frost everywhere.  Trees .shivered with cold as  their branches were bare.  WITH increasing frequency, Western observers  ;   iriMoscow report a definite softening in the  heretpfor hard Soviet ^tlitude towards the free  wdrld. ..-""  iThis change in attitude ha"s filtered down to  the riian in the street. One current Soviet joke, for . .,-.,.-  ex^mble, speculates how soon the liiree Hotel - liberalization  in  relations | with  the WestJ  the as sumimed up ut lus>  "make the snow full, but  bring   the   frost   too!"  listening to them. Visitors'from the West haye of West Germany's rtfnaissanra You-  been allowed greater freedom of movement miK* h**s ^n Dr. Liidwii Erhard,     1  in Russia and their contacjs with Soviet cW��i�� ��g^^^ g ^��^��     j j    j  are not nearly as severely l^mited.as was the case-*ChaS3lor. Here In^anada we "WiWest puffed owiher cheeks,  even a year or two ago. ���^ t might [profit by  pondering bis     and she said, J'lt's my turiit,  Yet despite these  anjd other examples of viewpoint on-politicat;economy, ih}|bIow 'til the snow and frost  Peking of Gorky Street will bebfehamed Hotel  Washington. American jazz is heard with ever-  - increasing frequency in the cafes; the twist, once  -officially prohibited, is coming into vogue.  Voice of America radio broadcasts are no  longer jammed land Soviet citizens,- apparently, no  , longer, incur. the displeasure of the regime for  ��  NOJTH1NG is knovtm yet of anjs? industry moving  Z: into the district^ although from an economic  JOokThe   I have alI p^e.-  West more and Cortimunisl  laid aside none- of its  question remains vtfiether the Soviet regithe is Economics of Success] -_so hard did she. blow thkt she  genuinely seeking a! rapprochement with the free ' "The drift towards ^ welfare     feh a greiat pain; T      !  world or whether it is merck a case of liking the ����* ,SKV*��5Si ail'to Jo- ^ ���^1 heIP w��Pine. and  +>mtm;ct r-hin^ w�� nam. writes,    witn au ns eco         ��   ��>  China less.  nomic fand social consequences     down came the rain  In  important UiattersJ as for example the wotilii become irresistable if we "Way scurried the snow and the  Cyprus crisis, the Soviet iegime seems to have begap tto include all gainfully frqst. too. you see,  such Venture would  greatly Welcomed, furthermore,! there is no parti-    one of them would  penchiint for trouble-making, employed people, regardless of And being most conceited, she  '    whether they are-wage-earners     cried "Look at Me " "  needing protection or whether     -z     '     -   ���  they pare self-employed, in our j       ���       -  compulsory*    welfare    scheme. Then gentle South Wind came  The J long-term   effect   on   the     along and she said*  -<s-  bcrdoomed to failure*  We already have a. number of successful ?>ZT�� ,^3JU ,*���fLTX 'T�� right, all this havoc thosU  point! of view almost any suck venture would be   mercbants well established hi the community, not ''J "^ ^-oidd^e disastrouk        b*"ag8art's have made  have sticceeded Had he been  cularly good reason why ^ .member of businesses    in the least pessimistic or adopted, it^ie defeatist aj^ [ue welfare State are* by     br<"����* around  shouW not operate subceSsfuhy in the area. attitude so frequentily encojiintered. tbeir very naturej, bound to'dis- -*"d out popped the Sun. and  awire Of the fact we coungje the entejrprise, the in-' the flowers from the grouhdT  'True there have been enterprises which have  failecL'bu. all for entirely different reasons. Most  nofaiple being the Jam Factory, noted-throughout  the country for its excellence!  .-_��� |Business-inen oFThe district, familiar with  the circumstances, are able to pinpoint a number  of reasons as to why~ihe enterprise failed. None  of them sufficiently, seriousjo suggest another  Very few .people are  have an extremel^ active  exporting plant with outlet^ extending far into the seo^ :^ responsibmty, without-^,  United States and in.  tQ_markets in Hawaii.  With that, she ble^v:soft balmy  'Bait producing  and teres,:in personal  saving,  the The grassei turned green, and  extendihe far into the ^^^4^    hlitia|ive    and    the leaves came on bare trees.  Minute  which a free economic and so-  Messages  our   everyday  en South whispered, "My  friends, let THEM shout as  they pleased I  I'm sorry we all have to hear.  They'll do it^againi but doii't  worry," smiled she.  "I'll Wow' piy warm wind and  get rid of those Three        i  suppression of  a correspond-  on the collec- ,,f.      ,       ...  with^thc re- men l ^P* back to iCe y��u  next year."  "Most people itre bothered by  thpA passages of Scripture they  do' not understand; but . , . the  passages that bother me are thost  I do understand". ��� Mark Twain  ROC^C OF AGES        -  THE!English- sky was kullen and threatening as RevP  ' "toplady walked to thc npxt iown to conduct j another! service. , i  .   Suddenly there ^-as a clcrudbirst and the minister  hastily sought cover ijnder a huge .< plit rock, nearb"^.  Thinking of this experience he wrote the hymn  "Rock of ages" the second verse is particularly noteworthy; .    r  Gould my tears forever flow    "7    Could my zeal no languar know.  These for sin could not atone "*"*"  Man must save, when alone,    In my hand no price I bring  Simply to thy cross 1 cling.  All too many of Us come to God with a price in our  hand; We iexpect God to justify us "because of some good  deeds, because we treat our-neighbour well, we follow the���  golden rule, we-obey the law (usually). This is coming  to Giod oh our terms, not his! God says all our good  deeds in hi's^sight are as "filthybags."  (Isiah 64:6)..  God's terms are different "By grace are you saved,  through faith; 4hat not of' yourselves; it is the gift of  God,l_not of works, lest any man should boast^^Ephe-  sian 2:8, 9. Gods standards demand Christ's righteousness. The only way to receive Christ's righteousness is  to receive him into our heart.  The shelter of Christ "The Rock of Ages" is the  safest spot on; earth.  ���  -i��� --- -��� '--���; r-- -   We have a boat buijding yard at Pender, cial system cannot exist. The  plans for which include expansion in the ndar consequences-we^ld be a grow-  future. Opening of the new hospital WftUjerald        ing sociahzation bf personal ex-  a considerable advance in community ^th. The ��f Son  ol 1^reasi,,:g   co1  possibility of a Sechelt brea|kwater is well past the JiVes  a wradual  stage of vague hopes,, and" j at this time^lans are^ individuahty and  afoot for what is to be another major project in ing dependence  Sfechelt.' b _. tiveor"the state  The picture would indeed appear t6 holdI Sult.,ti|at ^i*?��� and'J��[,dfut  reasonable prospects for future development, no %$��*&-$*$% K'   f  one progresses by sending (still and it is good that market economy! depend, would  Wamitia     x  we have those among us Who have the courage shrink to nothing' _T F:  and enterprise to invest in Jhe village. Without    "At Ithe end o)f this perilous y    *     Green  them there, would %e no jpfogress and* what is roadistands  the| 'social  serf, A.box of bones, some gravei;  presently developing into af very pleasant, village, w*bPsci    material    security    is     Atones  would never h^ve advanced beyond the cluster S13/3^^   byJ an.   almiShty Perhaps a grassy mound  of wooden todM^.      ; '������ff____?l_fc5__?3��**-����*.W��*.7  .^^ The Peninsula has distinct possibilities and the past." ' Place  no efforts should be spared lo encourage commer-    West   Germany   has   leaped 0nce mortal m.?n has found.'"  cial enterprises, which apaj-t from adding to the forwaM by emphasizing ihdivi-  economy,  would provide ^employment for our dual ffesponsibihty and iniUa-  youth. it is unfortunate thatiso^maay,ha\'eto move liveL ^n 0anada; ��" the^ther  away in orfcrto obtain work. ^ l^iSZiZ**"'*'"  Outside" interests are known to be taking     -: '"  more than a passing look ;it the district, it is to  be hoped pessimism and lack of vision from within  will not result in them seekijng locations-elsewhere  where the attitude is a little more positive.  are  let a smile be your umbrella  Have you heard the one about the man from Mars  who landed in Chicago? He wias dressed in the. regular  spaceman's uniform���aluminum. suit, helmet with pro-  fn^iing antennae, the whole bit After a while he wander*-  ed into a neighborhood bar Where his attention was }  caught by a flashy new juke box playing a sweet re- !  cording?"*"^; Martian ambled <j��vcr to the juke box, put {  fiis arm arrtund it and said, "V^baf's a nice girl like you !  doing in a-jphit like thb?"  SsCHEU PeNINSULaT^*  Published Wednesdays  *t Sechelt   on B.C's Sunshine Coast  bv  Secbelt Peninsula Times Ltd.  pox 381 -Sechelt, B.C.  Serving the areaffom  portMellon to Egmont  Eulogiums though chiselled  there  Inspire not the .sleeper  The^highest praises you  may  *     ;sing ���   I    >  .  I But biiryirim thc deieper.     ,  *  ��  ��  ��  ��  If soul there be long has it fled  Nor all your sad lamenting  Can caltit-back tojstir the flesh  For tleath is unrejientuig.  Think not exalted walks of life  J .Will bring you better terms^  In rags or riches you'll still bo  (ttywe Sound to Jenis lnle^_ { A banquet for the worms  Douglas G. Wheeler, Editor  ���j?. B. Alsgard, Publisher  ! Subscription Rates:  (in advance)  1 Year. S5-2 Years. S9  3 Years $13  MS. and Foreign $5.50  -So drink today-t^e fullest  draughts   ~  With all in ecstasy  For tomorrow ycjulll be just a  :i    dot  In blank Infinity.'  ���4 1 *���'..  ^  <*.- i.*t.. ? :��� ��� ��* .">.*��� 5 .'.*���"-:.-T^V  *���:>*���-.������;-"'.--. ��$  -s-- :-- ��� ���   ���������.*,   ���: .v^-.  ��� *.  i .���������-'���-*. ���-�����-*���      :���;-  ���**���;  ' -' ������ v.  7/ie Reader's Right  Letters to the Editor must carry a signature and address, although a  pen-name may be used for publication.  ft  Export only  l   ;EditbrirThe Times ������;".- ���  7 Sir���-A: few wesks ago I ask-  t.ed for a bottlb of B.C. Grow-  -4^s Cherry Wine ($1.20 > at ths  .   JSecheltLstcre. [The  clerk-said  j - 'he- hadj only jbeKV "there. two  ���diys,  bsd  nE^er���heard  of  it,  (the bess was away, and it was  b hot on the ord^r list.  I asked  him to |put_it on the list. He  ^ rsaid_:he j wculd. - On four subse-  jquent -occasions   I  have-askbd  jfor l-hottle of this B.C. Cherry  John Hind-Smith  Refrigeration  J R)RT MttyjN   ���  TO PENDER HARBOUR  Phone 886-2231  j   from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p-n��..  Res. 886-9949-  Wine, ths last time bsing yesterday,   the   12th.   I  was  told  ...abruptly by the same clerk that  it was net Li stock' the boss  was  away asd would  not be  back for two weeks.  Incidect-  . alfy, this predict is - available  : in Gibsons. You ra?? think this  ; was a small thing, but it s��ems  ���to* me tkat a government liquor"  outlst   is   then rto  serve -the  - people, and it w^sald be a fins  '- thing if in a pest office, one  had to wait until the boss7 got  back, in order to purchasa postage stamps or mosey orders.  Cherry Brandy from Holland,  yes, wines from Australia,  from France, from South | Africa, yes, but not one bfctlle  of B.C. Growers Chsrrv Wine  at SI.20.       A "       '-.  -,_ ;        PUZZLED  "Inexperienced \  [Nobody"    x  \ Editor; The Times     *;  b Sir���We  enjoy   the ^Times'*  very much'  Welcome to yogr  gacd   wife* from   ihe and  my-  neigfabouis!   We*- hope she will  lit? Ihi*^ tere and will be a  big help t�� yoa- "__  We have a bsef ^boet_ypur  Mr. Greco in his last cotsina.  He was writing! about as Inax-  perienccd "nc&sdy" wha writes  tfce othar column. Please fcoa-  tinue the "People, Places/asd  Things'* as we enjoy it very  much! It tax something hr it  " for evzrybQdy. Does. Mr.  Greaa wish us tothinkthat he  is an experienced "somebody?"  Does he effar mry prsdi _- to  s|icfa a. daira? ��� Does be need to  be. so inssdtinf and egotistic?  If we liksd his calami, st all  -before, webcast eajoy it after  such an attack. We wasder why  you ttould -prat socji a rhild-  ish had terap^sd tetter? He  says he is amasSt^ then, ths  opposite ccmss rcarisg^ out: Hke  a mad hufl. ��� [ b  However,- we too,  are  **no-  bedys"  and   priced. cf   it -iff.  Green;  mayb3 that's  why we  ;Jike ths cthsr column best;  it  has the "human touch**. If we  diefct't  know which  column w.e  preferred, ;yya 7 vztivhi'lzd* cfe  ;5Ir. GreenbWatch who you. at-  :tack .next  timsl   Don't. attack  ivour own paperraates! .-���  XOT AKUSED  fThe Sechelt Peninsula Times, Werf.# Sept.23. 1964 ,'Fo^e 5  1 - : - - T      * i - . - - r     : s     ���  XDuzrinq AugiM * \ * "t "..": ~~    t*-*l  jRGAF Rescue officials  piandled 4 calls dc^lf  |VA3*COUVER, September���RCAF Resale Co^niaartoii  I      Centre officials in Vancouver handled a total of 353  lineidents���an average of more than fair per day-Jdtstng"-  fAugust, it was revealed today in; the knonthly'stntiflies  |reporL  Tbe figure was 13 more than,  the   corresponding   period   last  ���year -when 122 incidents were  "reported to the rescue centre.  I During the mon^i, rescue officials handled two aircraft dis-  .tress cases; 2S marine distress  calls; six airborne mercy tois-  = sa>ns  and one   marice  mercy  rnissiin. In addition, eight-com-  . Innmrations checks were rzzde. -  for. overdue j aircraft   a��l   IS  similar check* for overdue ma-_  hne vessels. Tee rc-maisins  fncpieTits  are  ILsted  as  case*;" air and marine  five **otfeer*' ca^s.      '    ������-   Z-  So  far  ibis^--wear,   tie   5CC  ha* hasdLsi a total of ITS incidents���261 jshart c�� tae S^j total tor all' of 1963���an| <rstsi-  ders itself J Isstrsiscstal lib?*5  saving ^of J ut a ves; ��?5St of  wfaam  4-err- sared last  nw*Kth.-  ;%ceiai7sfc--at   taa*   Vxtzcac's  Isstiace'-far the SazzdLz *3.zs-  torausa cf jBoeki vz tzz:tr.e ;c!p  rejuvenate fanciest rssn-^ftrfrts  XiOeT '-' by. giving ,th*c��  vita-s |  n|ec-  s  with ihyptxferciie ^catl---.  f The 122-incidest ifotal is Aa- The restarts tbihk vit^Et* C  feist. XS63. was coniprisad~~oi "x;;!ps rrgBJzli _tfie-rap-f's !��-fc-  jttght aircraft distress eases: sarptisn oil mekture ��^ikr i c~  ET marine distress calls; eight ctiaannde. Ji th? - ��su*rf cal:"**  emergency air evacuatsuis: li . via sirs, fe^ps iht-pzzp^i t>kb-  com manic awns     checks     and   szrii and-retain pr-trxi      !  \r***  SUNSHINE COAST  SERVICE  Specialized Body  k Repairs     '  E ESTIMATES ���  WILSON^CREEK      :! - ��� y  PHONE 885-4466  FRED JORGENSEW  EUROPEAN TRAINED BARBER  if  bu  or your business leaaers  d  I   -  \tmmmm  Yoii  look and feel like  _y       A new man   b  Next to Pool Room Sechelt ~  <  *  -1  a.  j  l  >  ,��  ���  t  I  i  ��  SfaeUbOii Wistvibuto?  x  GIBSONS/ B.C.  Phone 886-2133  ���^���.r,Ti ��� ������������  t  *  *  s  I  i  t  i  L  I  rURNITURE AND PAINT  - STORE  NEW CHESTERHELD S1UTES  NEW AND JJSED EVERYTHING  CdME IN AND BROWSE  -���^    ���SECHELT " ���  Phone 885-2058       ���  im&ilOR & EXTERIOR   ~,  <  4  ��  - *  ��  i  �� .  ��  �� .  ��  -��  -��  .'��  I -  ��� .  *_  ���  ��  r  ��---  t  l_  t  %  t  t  i  ������"��-  .��  - t  H  ��  ,��  ��-  ���  ���  ��  ���  ���  ��  ���  ,��  ��  -��  SHOE j STOK^"  Sechelt, B.C. - P&rSS5-9$l|f  YOUR FAMILY STORE     I   l!  STYLE SERVICE AND $UALrrY I (  ^ie��t$^pdji!  AS:YGU KNOW THERE7.  ARE NO REAL BUYS INI  BABY SHOES -BUT WE, X  z  CAFT FIT: THEM FOR THE  VERY_BEST IN COMFORT ���  AND FOOZ GROWTH . .j.  ORTHOPEDICS A SPECIALTY.  WIGARDSx  SHOE STOR  C. E. SICOTTE  BULLDOZING (SERVICE  Lend Clearing ���{ExccvcKng  Road Bu'tldlrtg ��� Gecf&g B'.cds  Fhcne  Sc6-2357;  Soi '106,  G-cicns  Uj��....-aj.jJ���.  ^^#w  Commerc_al|Prfitfirtg  \        .  -     SEE \    : ���   '  "y i -     - ���*****'*' *  The Times  wMmmmmmmm-m m -*mm  *T*y*~m*rmi**t  SECHELT  Phone 885-9519  ������***************  ���  i  i  i  i  i  i  t  ��  ��  i  ;�� -  ��  ��  -��  *  >  I  i  I  ��:  i  i  i  * .  . ��  i  i  ��  t  L  Hil DOUiY BLdySiSj  and ICNIT JUMPERS j  THE NEV^.LOOK IS HERE-!  ^hreiene 6 xjradh  non  SL  oppi  Conveniently located across fromj  Ken's Golden Dollar Store��� 1  Phone 886-9941 - Gtbsoni  IGIBSONS  iMSIDiENTS!.  i   - _ ; ' -  �� - -. ��� 5  * ' ! "      .    '       .  { Calls now fakes for .messages  * __ and' od briefs cf Hie Com Orf  I Cleaners en the -. Sun ay crest  �� "    5 Pfaza. Take advantage of this  * ?  kv terrice; end get value fcr  I yo��r advertislflg casts. Let sur  �� ���      ���  \   -.      classified  ads  %ro*ic  for  you.  *   : ��� f  i       - i.  \      Phone 886-2231  t-        or TM Times office  ! 885-96^4  J L  >*.  x  i.  A'  I  i i  . j;  v.V:  'I'1  S**^^******1-*.-1" VIA",  ���yrU'-1.. ^Sj-1 V*!'. j!.*!*iM,,'  r .,,,,.,,i.inimiiu. i r - " -.'���     -.   *  ->'  7!.: !*���'' b'b'bbb^bE^*^  -    r..'r.    ���  .      *.     .:  .'-��',,���-,,���������-"  -'���-    --,���a t. i.^h. .    r. .-��� rn r,.,-i��.,'.ii, /-;   , .^��- ���a 1.-���.,,���.�� a.-.. :- .-)  1  ..!  ��*r  i-.  ��� t  ���-.' ������� ^��  -^-n.^. J  -   \ * *'  ��. '.. ?  *��1  /'N  <��� ������>'��  t *  v.  *^J  1  *   v.  J  ,."��  ^r  1 **  Vf  -^^uSS^.  ���^  ^j-^.-i. j  .V  .��*���  *���   *  ���s,  Page 6    The Sechelt- Pen._  Timesj Wed,, Septi23, '64  ~Saljery Bay rim  gets new ferry  ������",:���- Xy*X  *-..>-  ��  -\  .uV  r>  V * .     ���       |  ��    -v  C m    n   *        . .  .  'A  -'&;? ���*-��  j " fj* %**ty*****v ��y*yt"��'L^**"  . It  fl  ..til *   .  Bti4y Kiwanis b        ,    . .,       assured   the   treasury   agents grade specimen^ of Junny nwn  FINE WEATHER and ab excellent turn-out marked the ���.-tha]ti;"aiCy wern'|criminals and ey so easy to detect? As.any  success of the Gibsons Kiwanis Barbecue,. Sunday,   theyi had kept | record of all body knows the making of bant  Sept. 13. Members^sefving at the food tablelvere kepf    -      * p      ..-.*.*. -.- =~ - ^M,i,���������*.,i  busy supplying barbecued salmon to aboutr 200 visitors  Sept. 13. Members^serving at the food tabkTWere kept   the phoney  mdney  passed so    noti-paper is a highly! special �����.>���,..   r������  "r*5*' . ...    ,--,51 j"*"-..,���- *>. _u~.* oaa ..:w:*^���     ^.. F L,.*/_.���>��. ��.���,. .,.��....    ize<J and doubbj -protected, pro-    due   Dec.   31   will j*un   from  Round about the town  '?.-:u -.  they could pay pit back to the  US government once they were  in power. X'J  The T-men >Vere surprised.  Power? Where?| In Russia, of  course. They were getting this  money to buy arms and start a  VICTORIA���The company tliar  "has ,built virUiallyTRe entire  BC, 7government ferry fleet  got the contract for three more  recently, including the one for  the Saltery Bay to Earl's Cove  run. 4 ;  Premier Bennett announced  the awafid to Victoria Machinery Oepot of a contract for  $3,339,532 to build three 207-  foot ferries. Four shipyards had  bid, and "their 13 bids had a  range of only $188,000 from  high to Iowj The same company  is currently constructing the  ferry^for the Comox-Powell River 'wi te.  Thefxirst of the three vessels  ���a 250-passenger ship���will be  delivered July 1, 1965, and go  on tfic~7Jervis- Inlet; run. The  next,;due Oct 31, will take over the-outer Gulf Island run  from Swariz Bay, and the third*  T^By Ed Green  THERE ARE old timers stilfon the Peninsula who can.  recalUhe colorful days at the. turn 6f the:_century, thThS i^a^urv men searched  ^d am^ them are-a few ^RTstUl talk about the gang ^^f^SeHTlS  of counterfeiters=-wl|io operated out of Nootka Sound, toom ^vo of ^hem Were filled  wand almost wrecked the US currency system. Theirs with * currency j mostly   good,  "ts a fascinating stor^ and well worth telling because in one of the men. the leader,  these days when color photography is common it will said America |was a land of  -remind us of the'fact that-we might not be as smart���crooks.  Ho thumbed out two  as Ve think we ard and that the Russians, with their' or three of hiLs own-apurious  Sometimes fantastic llales of inventions mteht not be so twenties and sawl they had been  far j out after all. ; ~  This itory   broke  cm  a  hot I   was standing by her cash regi-  sultry day in August in a bank    ster wishing the long hot day  cesjs in which ei|ery sitigle sheet  is Accounted for and thus it is  undbtainable by illegitim ate  parties. These-- fellows, knowing  full well, had done what they  thought   to   be i the   next   best  money io ouy arms anu suiri. a     --- v*~- ��� ,���*   ,, .^- ���   - v    ,  revolution   that!   would   topple   -Uuiigr-fhey.us^, of all things,    as an emergency vessel  Horseshoe  Bay' to  Bowen ,1s-  landr*:  The new vessels will fetire  the last wooden ships of the  B.C.: Ferry Authority, leaving  only [one. the  Pender Queen,  just common, ordinary butter  paper which felt like bank note  pa��er but wilted wheo wet  Men exploring the moon may  be able to obtain their water  4us ended ihe sfrja of the   ^ r<??f Rf mete��[?!fe^ "^  . i-   . ���. ��� S- .      u���    scientist   has   calculated   that  colorjiappy   anarchists  who    ^ meteorit��S contaill sub.  wete tripped, not by the legions    stantiaj amounts of water that  of (the czar, but a plain every    can be freed by heating, them  day piece uf butter paper. to 1,809 degrees.     ^  tall Oregon City!  Per-   : would .end  when  a  girl clerk  in  spirbtion poured I*rom the brow  of the teller as he totalted_bis  cash at -the endToJLa. husy day.  He Jmopped his -sjteamlfrig neck  witlba soggy handkerc:hief and  ran] a sticky finger ?arbund the  neck of; his*. Kitted pqllar. Once,  handed hey a $100 bill ta  change. <")r|dinarily she would  have made change andrthought  nothing, of it hut the T-men had  i3ohe their work well and she  took a seccjnd look at the note.  It was suspect. She told Jhe  agatnTlie^took^piHlieltask/ of jgiri she-Twould-have to send'to  counting the stack of large de- another > cash register for  nomination bills before him.       change   and   then   stepped   on  Suddenly he stopped. He  didn't know why but) one of  those bills, a fifty,, ptwiled him.,  He picked it up andexamihed it  closely. It I o p k e d I genuine  enjjpghj felt that way too but  thfejre wjis Something ^about it"  that was not ipiite ri^it. He  rubbed i- it between his Xhumb  and forefinger, j Then I he exa-  , mined :iFagainj glanced at his  thijrmb and thm ran t shouting  for thei manager.  The manager too examined  the bill rand thought it war  genuine. Then I he wetted his  ' thumb and rubbed the bill. The  bright orange : color, the bill  having been issued by a private bank,, spread over his  thumb. There : was no doubt  now. The bill was a counterfeit. A hasty check of the curt  rency on hand! turned up "several more of the bills. The panic , was onii__  US Treasury * agents in San  Francsico were7notified at once  but the discovery wrap no news  to them. An ever increasing  number ;Of the bills were tum^  ing up every day., all in large  denominations.  JThey  were be  the recently installed.-. alarm  "bell connected to"the head office wher6 two T-men waited.  A few seebnds later they were  at the counter where the cashier pointed out! a-good looking  young mai impeccably groomed and dressed. On being^laced  under arrest he protested that  a mistake had been made. The  T-men agreed. They said he  should have been pinched a  month ago, \  At police headquarters the  -suspect Ayas about as talkative  as a dead parrot and the T-men  could see they were going td  get more noise out of an oyster  bed. However, treasury agents  are used to dealing with non-  talkative customers so they put  oth��r tried routines into operation.  Photographs of the suspect  from several angles were passed out to the small ,army of  treasury agents who spread  over the sprawling city like a  blanket." Hotels, rooming houses, apartments, even private,  dwellings known to take in  roomers w;ere subjected to a  search. Not one of the persons  given him in change.'  The commissioner oFlhe B.C.  Provincial Police was astonished at the telephone call from  San Francisco.! He - had heard  nothing about counterfeitors in  Canada, least io�� all B.C. and*  certainly not in Nootka Sound.  Yes, he would send a "police  boat to investigate at once.  The police were astonished at  what they fouijd ih the snug log  building hack; in the trees ^in,  the shores ot" Nootka Sound.  Here was a ; photo engraving  plant and e"qiiipment for color  photography \yithout an equal  in any city plant. They.were using technique's not yet known to  legiti matt* photographers to  ���turn out perfect currency. The  color work wajs superb.  What then jtnade these high  ^//ity//f/ii/i/if/rfi/i///f//////iif///////ff//////ff//////f//ff^  masyjj  gw%*i  mm  m  SB  a^Mstff^  mm  ,ing  accepted  wjithouf question    interviewed had seen the man  in "many of thej big^ stores and bis the .photograph.  also a few banks.  The T-men; as the treasury  "agents are called, Axere unable  ; to 'come~upi witbj a clue. It was  an era of prosperity and large  bills were common. Nobody  was able to give,even a partial  description of the persons passing them. "J^  0 The situa'Qon \Sas noj.v growing serious^ The T-men- haunted  all the places wfiere a lot pf  currency was being used. They  passed_out handbills with photostatic copies of the hills and  warned all cashiers to be on  the alert for them. Having taken every, possible precaution  they could only wait; ;  The woman cashier in a large  The clerk in a small-, unobtrusive hotel on a side street  gazed at the photo held by a  treasury agent and nodded.  Yes, he knew the man. Yes, he  -had a room there; in fact tiis  friends roomed there too and  even now they were all in at  this very minute talking, over  their departure plans. They  were going away. Not if~the T-  man could stop them. He went  to the phone and a few minutes  later the hotel was sealed off  and the TTmen. moved in for the  capture.  It was surprisingly easy.  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INSULA MOTORS PRODUCTS  1957 LlfD.  Phone 885-2111  San Francisco department store���ger to tell all they. knew. They    te&.^j&awmm&m&mzzmm&m.  *^****^**  .- ���- .-J  "��� ;** -.*.'"j*--.  "7 ��� 'A:-. :r--,- .r. .   , ';r..   r^X-<->X"X;*r~*"^   <������ ���' <>���*. s&  -. ������'**Wr^-:^:w?*7/^.--' ���* ,'.,-.j.. ?.���.-.- T...   '-, '��������������� ���������������'-*J ������*���*���  4 ��S,^^1*  lV'tti  V the Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wed.r Seprr23, 1964 Page 7  - ���- '    I        S    _        . .Pi  I. "���     '7       -- ~"t~ .     f.  Reside Vancouver ... ! - |  '- * ----7. "    ; }-''*!_,  McGuire, Potts wedding  - l   ' '   j   i-b  double ring ceremony  JOYCE ELIZABETH Potts, daughter {of Mr. and Sirs.  ��� G. Potts of^Sechelt was married |on September 12  to Mr. Michael Steward McGuire.sonJof Mrs. MeGuir*  ar.d the'-late-Mr. Steward McGuire ot-Vancouver. The  Reverend J. B. Fergussen officiated at the doubk-ri.".*  .ceremony. ���--'-: ' '  * The brid?^L daughter of Mr.-  zzd ilrs: G. A. Potts chcse a  full length gswn cf white satin  with lace appliques and se-  V '  -  j;r:  quu:&. Tne bcdice was fltfiu  'nzd the skirt wa; full with extra fullness at back ind a slight  train. Her tiara was cf peari*  in ths fqrm cf a coronet and  the veil was of medlars length  cr.d'rnade cf fee" netting. The  -bcuquet was cf white" cama-,  r:icns and red rosesb --'  Mrs. GIsn Phaiipsf '_sster "of i  the bride vrss Matron of hoc-.  or a^d Mrs.  Carol Sutherland  was    bridesmaid.    They    both  were  sheath -dressy "cf  wsltz-  bL_e -satin with matching over-  - skirts   and   white   accessories.  "Their bouquets were cf- while  carnations.  Tne    groom's   brother,    Bui  _   * was the best man aad the ushers  were  Mr. Ted  Lowe-and  -Mr.   Ron Darwin.  Ths bride's  mother chose  a  blue lace sheath with matching  "lace coat with white accessories.- *���  Tbe - groom's   mother   chose  a  beige  wbcl tu  accessories! -      " -   :  _" RsceptiedVa* held a*. :..* ?t.  HIlda*s_e!*re&-hall   and   :r.e  ���toast was gi^-?3 by Mr "*L-rz':i-  en Harrises, uncle cf th** bri: -1.  -The.yooag coup-L- are Tj-.-i-  ing their hoasyrnccr: ir. C-��- ���-.-  tarior  ard. liter Cic-;-   liJ   .e-  Aids at Visroaver-   _-  The   family   cf   tr.e    cc_r'c7  tha^k" ths-Sadies of S-;   Kiwi's  LA for anjercelbrl  ering.-     --7~ ?_. _  ���At <-l c_t-  USE  TIMES-classified:  Beauty Salon  -Secbelt  Ev4lyn Hayes _  Afcc^e Peit Offi����  CetKag end Styling   r "  Tues&iy t* S��tu'<i��r 9"$  "Ycu- Stair* e. T=   ,  - Heir Eec"--f'x"  '     ;  Fhune^ 885-95^5  rcraflymrraaraaoa^^  -Success at seventy  TURNED SEVENTY but looking much younger,  Mr.  Lionel Singlehurst of Gibsons ^commenced serious  ^ painting only three.years^ago. He has good reasonjto  5 look pleased as he holds up his picture_-of the old'. fully  rigged Fiery Cross. He -was recentlv^-awarded first prize  *** for tliis painting at the" TNE "I'M1 International Ctaft  , and Hobby Show. b - ~"~7**-  b Fjn^gccompilsliinenC . V-     ^       -i  (pibsotis artist wins  first prize at ,BjN.E.;J.  MOST ARTISTS spend 'many - years- of hard practice  ! and training in their endeavors to achieve success  as paintersr~the majority of them never do .make the  grade while others reach-fame in a comparatively short  tirrie        ' '   * * *       :     **���~ -  Zealand parents, Mr. Single-  burst served nn the- Mercantile  Marine before, during and after the war. He has resided in_  Gihsons fer 7som^~years. His  pairtings^are confined^ to nautical scenes, all from memory  and he hopes to continue painting from recollections of his  experiences   in  Werld-Wan I.  Official notification of his a-"  ward at the PN"E informed hira^  about 100,000 people had viewed his picture at the exfaibition-  H2~plans to put on a cne-man  exhibition,   about   the   end -cf  7 October at the home cf Mr. and  .Mrs. A. -Ritcfaier ih~aid of the  Arbustus iRsbefcah Lcdge.; z  STELATION  V    l*  The public is cordially invited to attend  the   installation    of   Master   Councillor  elect John Smith and his officers.   [  Saturday, Sept. 26-at 8p.m\  at the !      ._ /    --.  Masonic Hall at Roberts Creek  g       " " **"'"-; '���         I     ;  Lionel Singlehurst Sr. of  Gibsons might well be classed  in--this, latter category, for it  is puiy three years since he  turned to serious study of the  art. Already he has won honors  at the Gibsons Fall Fairs, one  of his paintings was chassn for  exhibition  at tha  Xadonat AI-  exhibittcn  at  me  ixauu^u x����-    ^v.    ..��_��..   _..  bejlacraft exhibition in Edmon-^���y-ears sailed the China Seas.  *     "-"        ,!-��iV r^tfcix-    Mr.  John  ton, his second entry, in &*  Canadian National Exhibition  at"'Toronto brought him a  Gieen Ribbon and honorable  :-ntion. ~Hls latest achieve-  .urnf. 1st prize in ihe~PNE  19��>4 Intematianal Craft and  B^bby exhibition is hailed as  griat   accomplishment,   for  Mr.    Singlehurst    is    seventy  years old.  Locking much nearer TGfty^  than seventy, he took time cut  last.week to Ppie for ^ picture  for Th* Times,-with hi^ prize  winning   painting.   The -Fiery  -its, a fully irigged Tea Cupper  which -for^ a -number   of  Lionel's father, Mr^ John C.  Singlefaurst-^sissed on the vessel as a bound apprentice in  1S79 at the age of 12.  Fcr the years 1S31-S5 she was  a four times record breaker,  crossing the China .Seas during  Monsoons. :  Born   in   England,   of   N'ew.  Zoning By-law Mo. 66  TAKE NOTICE THAT The '-Council of'the Corporation cf the Village of Sechelt will hold a Public  Hearing at the Municipal Hall, Sechelt, at the  hour of 7:30 p.m. on the 6th day of October-! 964,  under provisions of "the "Municipal Aetata consider  a proposed.revised Zoning By-law. .      ~  s A copy of the proposed by-law^- may be__in-  spected at the Municipal Hall, Secheft, during business hours, between September 23rd and October  6th, 1964.   '~Z    '   :i ���"'*"'"'__"  E. T. RAYNER  '     .      " Village Clerk  i ...  fir~cori[uncrion >dth the 4-H Clubs ef the tower mainland, we ere  pleased to announce we were the largest individirat buyers of cattle -  raised in the Gibsons-Sechelt area," at the Cloverdale Fall Show.  A Boys and Girls of the 4-H-Club in the Gibsons-Seehelf ere�� are to  beiiighly commehdeiffor-the quality of the cattle raised in thc past  year.-   _   ������   "^7 "      '     ��� '.        - !  There were eighty-one cattle from all o*er B.C- Judged.   1."  These prize beef ,will be featured at the following food stores^    -  Thursdayr ffiday and Safurdayr Sept. 24-25-26  ^f fCen's Foodland  ^r Redman's Red and White Store  y^- SelmaiPark Store I  f-  &\&&@  .w..ij..i.t<a  ���*��s*jc  r?j^-yz  *m^m*  **- A if  ���^X^^X^?^^^Z?M^M^^kv^^y^ -\A  Poge 8 The Sechelt Peninsula Times, We*!., Sept. 23, 1964     ** | - -^=4   f L _ ���     | ������   ^  Secnelt social notes--  RE-V  .���wl  5*51  ��������-.  ^!  ���*���;���  71  f-i  / j [ Attending opening  MR. FRED Holland,.chairman of the Gibsons Co-op is  standing on the lelt with Mr. A. McLellan and Mr..  A. Bdurie, the store contractors, and the architect Mr.  John Robertson.  *  "*��*** JS?****! -rf **r  * il***   ,i *-,, (Vjaii  ���"all     -���'   '���".;'-   '.*�����*  **i# *     *���       1   * "  ..t^.'>  -  'J" ." ,���  ' '   v     *%*. IV.   "'I*  ti-."b��*fifl8lW,l;  _k��>i*i_Sl3^  t\ x^4^m i ^  fc  ***���* '_i *���  :,     *  v       *** __ fc.    n*  *   ;<J ���-v*-*.*'*<������  J.'^Ojif?   i;  (XXU  "  f   --'-'   '  '>^.j.-    ��� *��� *  ��� ���*' j  * * **'"'��� ..-'*��� .*������"' \  i >b ������ ��� ������?,��� ".**".* j  -   .\  .A   iF*    -  ���With Your Neighbours  '        1       . ;   -       : !  EREND J. B. Ferguson conducted1 the first,of the-  proposed friendship; tea and study jgroupj combined  held in the parish hall. It was most informative and en-?  joy^blerbfJr: "Ferguson showed a 1 film strip showing  Angfeean workerjs in India, Pakistan, Burma, Ceylon, and  Japan, also services of,worship in cathedrals, churcfres~  and hospitals. Even a baptism, in a railwajf car on a side-  -track in Southern Rhodesia; Scenes from Fiji, Africa,  Alaska; from a church group in Pennsylvania to a kindergarten in. Ghana.  = ������  The work of Ifcte church is  teaching people -'agriculture and  ~*healUi habits as part of th��ir  educatien ia hospital clinics,  as "well as leaching the'gospel.  After the film,, the ladies  west 1 into a huzz [session with���  three groups. Many questions  w��*e--askedv and a questionnaire by !M'��-J-'irgusson caused �� lot ��f debate; discussion  en chufch. union,, the :Sacra-  ments, thp Creed,' th? ministry  all   play  their1 part.   It is  Mrs. W. K. Berry, Sechelt and  four grandchildren. Rev. J.  Styles officiated and cremation  followed.  ' *  ���Vegetahles growiT~aIbng thc  edge? of American superhighways are abaormaUy, and perhaps dangerously, rich in lead,  a mineralogist has reported. lie  believes tbe lead comes from  auto exhausts. - ���*. _  qajmmMUJtMiHkmiwmMiniMaiHm-*  _ His 4istsr..^lTs. \V--K.  Burry  (Doris), still  leaves hisjfife Hi  daughter   Muriel  *hip)   of  Bumaby  livea   bere.   He  da, I and" his  (Mr^. ' VVin-  his-  &ist��r  Vf*.,*.  - -* ��-��  i*p.*r ~ **A*****ettJ  Cot ribbon  ��|lR!?. DAVE Rees who off jcially opened the Co-op by cutting thc ribbon across] the door.  ting  tred Holland host ������ . ,  ���-i'  ���H  iciQL opening  0-9P store ^ -  ^ATIJR|DAY, Sept. 19 w^s the official opening of the  Triew Co-op store in Gibsons Fred-Holland the Co-dp  president ghosted jthe cere monies and gave a sMoti taljk  cin-thejevents leading up: to the new-store.  He Introduced the architect ^f ? "      ���-������-  tfye bjiilairtg Mr. John Robert- She was a member of die Co*>p  ^ib lind 4��ntractors Mr. A. In Ferrtie io 1903 before that.,  ^ourie  kd W.  A,   MeLcl^n      concluding   t h e   ceremonies  ���cote have returned from their  vacation, they were accompanying son' Ken and his wife Shirley of Vancouver. The party  visited Shuswiap Lake and nva^  points in lh& Okanagan 3nd  basiled Baritcmlle. . Enjoyed  very wozjderlful weatbsr and  visited- many, lovely places.  ' Mtj and Mrs. 3. Whaites here  for the waikend aj: their sum-  msr'hsme at Selma Pai*k.  Another ^friend | of   SiJdisIt.  1 a .u ~ a,\ ��.!�� ..*���*** *������* passed Ion, Cyril Alfred Gen-  hoped these w*ll be unto��� d* c    ^ hm~a&l a sjna]J-  cu^sion later.; Btfrtjbnwa^. fo ^ biSi parents, Capiat  woe, sup*rb. ,<and served <�� -d M m^ Genower. LaL-  cbr the .ccnveneriwp of Mr*.    ���rim  ^^       herCl to nvgt  LAJ-to Branch* 140 Canadian  Legiok, held their first fall  nicetiiag, very well altertdad.  The lins-t of the fill members'  teas, kill be held- J&L the home  of Alp. A. ��� Blackj Davis Bay  at 2:30 p.m^.Monday,-Sept.,28.  There will be s rummage sale  later ?on. in thc fall and, it -is  expected that the JL-.A. will at-  Uaid !ihe 'area meeting io. be  held ^n Pojwell River some lime  in October.  Visiting Captain and Mrs. S,  l>awe. Captain and Mrs: J. Eddy of Vancouver. Captain Eddy is the Superintendent of Pilots. : - '   I ���-  Visiting Mr. aftd Mrs.. C.  t'oowct; Mis* Ednla Smith and  Mi&s Marilyn Piatt of Olds, Al-  bVrW, and Miss Kva Jones  from Red Deer, Alt^ssta:  - Mrs, mil Thopld <4essie")  is in1 England on vacation and  having a wpnderful visit, we all  miss her.1 *j - ,.*  Mr.  and Mrs.  J.' S,  '$J<ftih'->  The Times  Phone $eW654       !  Royal Academy of  Dancirg Syllabus  .   ; ���������^Ukl GORDON.  Chmet tf&mber C.O.TAI BjC, Sronch  ���GIBSONS - THURSDAYS  j': Lgion Holl  WILSON CREEK -WEDNESDAYS  Con munity Hoti -  Assistant Teo< her Penny Leo Davis  PhoncMrs. \L Dovh 885-2009 or  or Mrs. Hath ey 885-2244 cr write  Yan��uvcr 15/^.C.  ^bo didjtbe constmcUon. I  bStgin Ispealcer was Mr. B.  J.blmsrude, general manager of  CJo-op- Wholesale who talked  about-the reasons for co-open-  ii ves arftl their advantages. A:-  cbmpahytog him  was  Mr.  U.  7^armif5on also of the Co-6p  *fhole^ialc division.  : Mr. yiince Pre\v*or represert-  In^ thje Gibsons "Merchants  stores7said a few ivords of wtl-  comc tojthe new store. Mr. Hd-  ~I|tncl tben introduced all the di-  rjectors ivho are: A. E. Ritchejy,  ' E. IhgUs, Richard McKibbin, E.  Jiullander,. and Harry Smith,  dommtiriting on-the work th^y  hiave dc>ne to bring about this  liew  stqrei  Mr.  ttolland  then  were the draws tor the $1.00 put  up by the Gibsons Merchants,  the freo membership share and  24 tampers put up by the Co-op  Society..  Winhers were: Rick Da vies  ��50. Gibsons; Mrs, D. rFyles,  $35^ Hopkins; and iGlen Cattap-  ach, $15, Gibsons. Co-op mem-"  bership was won by Mrs, Elsie  Carlson, Roberts Creek.  Hampers were won by: Leslie Bailey, Hopkins; E, Sicotte,  Gibsons; C. Stroshein, Wilson  Creek; H. Jon at, Roberts  'Creek* K. Catterall,' GibsoBS;,  _J^L. Gordon, Gibsons; Wri.n.  Hauka, Gibsons; Mrs. Spain,  Gibsons; G. Weale^ Gibsons;  Mrs.  T.  Paxton,  Calgary,   E^  introduced "the staff, the build-    Glassford,   Gibsons:    Mrs.   D.  ing committee and the membership  committee.:    -'  Official opening ;Of-the store  by cutting the ribbon across the  door was done by Mrs, D. Rees  of Gibsons. Mrs. Rees is not a  3iew-_comer to th^e Co-op Society  as it was 45 years' ago that she  Wells, Roberts Creek-, J. Shu-  ken, Gibsons; R. Kennett, "Gibsons; K. Hplness, Gibsons; Mrs.  R. Adams, Gibsons; Mrs, IV.  Johnson, Hopkins; -Mri". Fluke^  Granthams; Mrs. A. Blaine,"  .Gibsons; \V.. Graham,. Gibsons;  Mrs. ' W.- Karatew;.* Gibsons.;  took part in thS opening cere- TVIrs. A. Knowles, Gibsons; Mrs.  monies of the Vancouver Co-op E. Drage/ Allan Marshall, <_Ib-  on "** Hastings iarid^Pender   St.    sons.   -  m VALUE ��  this Christmas  * '  give a  aa��_45Eaasi*  Si  '*'&>  ...  GARDEN BAY BOAT WORKS  Mechanical & Electrical Repairs  A COMPLETE'LINE'OF BOAT REPAIRS/  Garden Bay, B.C.    ��� Phone 883-2366  Ep mriwrn* mamm coipmbia  .'Of  ���AM^i  A Scenic travel diary and a  beaytHtri 6t x 8" Christmas  greeting sard -��� FREE!  Wi^h every yearlybgift of a .  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(A regular yearly  A.  subscription is worth $2 alone^- j  ORD^R YOUR GIFtiSUBSCRIPTlbNS  fmj^Ttm":       'Tj'      *.,:������   ~ x  m*' *'������       ���      *,      ���  a  Ifour Christmas Gift Package and personal  jCbristrnas Card announcing your year-round  jgiftpfi''Beautiful BritishColuoibia'" will be  tnailed out by Department of Recreation and  Conservation. b  It contains thfij&dnler issue of the magazine,  ^>Ius a scenic travel tiiary featuring-26 of  jthe best colour pictures frorp Bedutiful  JBHlish Columbia Magazine as well as writing  space for every day of the year.  if  ,:s7-j  ; 1._  wipw^^i******'**********"^  ���^n^pw  in  **..]  &:  ^   *  %-x.  ' *   .' -    ������       .  -    * ���   . . .'I. ���  . **.- ���'-���-'������  .^^.,.L.-<X  -:. ���". >?^"-?r**  .ainfrifrii,  .'���A  UBC director gets new-post  THE University of British Col-  ' umbia's director of academic  planning. Dr. John D. Chapman, -has beeirappointed byTlhe  UBC fSenate to represent the  University on the provincial  Academic Board.  Dr. Chapman replaces S. N.  F.   Chant,   dean   emeritus   of  arts��� as a UBC nominee. - Dean >  Chant -has become a provincial government nominee, replacing Dr; H. L. Campbell,  who has resigned.'  -Dean Chant is chairman cf  the Academic Ttoard,: which  will-advise the government on  academic standards in^alL B.C.  institutions of higher learning.  -Dr^Chapman was a member  of the eight-man _UBC team  which worked on the Macdon-  ald Report en Higher Education.  Dr. Chapman became director���ef  Academic   Planning  at  UBC in.July,  1963. The office  was   established   in   1962 ���by-  UBC   President  John  B.   Mac-  The Sechelt Penmsofo Times'Wed., Sept. 23, 1964 Pcge 9  danald. Dr. Chapman will continue in this .post while serving on the provincial Academic  Board.     "*""��� ; .-  UBC was the first Canadian  urifrersiiy to introduce this  type ef planning position. Dr.  Chapman-says. The planner of  this kind is fairly common in  _lhe - United {States, h-a/e^cr.  Some" regard: hlm_"as af bxa  is. the- side;cf "ccir.p-_ace��^y i>h  the   campus.! striving - to   encourage all; members di ua�� ts>  -i%ers:ty to carry out %d����X2tr.-  inatica  in   their  special   fields  ia relation   to   the   ua-itrsily  as i whole. 1 ; -  ���a���  SHMfttta'JMri��aBi8  How does Canada's success car outdo itself for'65?  mm   ip   i|^i| i||i_  ���** ������������rhirt.i.i  ���***v*^*^*��*n*9*Rqn��|'VM  "������     *i  rt.Tiri.im.  ��� ntM ��� ���  -l ���������_.-^.-i_| igft-i-   -ii" ���i"  ir*"-^  "._  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^*^^^^g^__fT^^^^  ��'<:  ':_'  fif*^  ?,yX  .The 1965 Pontiac is newj. Completely new. If s  excitingly longer and wider. Dramatically sleek  and low, with a breathtaiingrbeauty that promises adventure in every | racy line. Pontiac-.'65  has a perimeter frame. It's roomier and quieter  than ever. There's a new! wider track that gives  Pontiac :steady-as-a-rock_sfcibilityrnew, .easy  handling; ancla smooth, comfortable ride. What  -  else is new for^S? Lots._Fashion-styIedTabri<3  and sumptuous interiors-ThoiightfuUy improved     @j  -convenience features. Curved side windows.    " 1  Low profile tires-'WraparouncTfront bumper. -  Plus a host of other good thing? that makes      .-*       ���'- -.        i        j*    l  Pontiac the car to bc seen In for 1965.   X ^^ IICW LOOK. Ol SUCCCSS  Sechelt, B.C.  Rhone 885-2112  your local Pontiac "dealer���j-  --- A MktaMHAMIWjAb  ���   I       l��  *-   -~  .,..��'-VS.'  i  ��� ��� lil-i  ��� j   m itirt ���  ��� rfwti^Uiibi IfcWaMMl  :**.  o  Page 10 The Sechelt Peninsulo Times, We^.^Sept. 23, 1964    S^^T3Effif.  Monthly meet . �� ��    i_        j  Hbspital AuxilteY  iuill activity slate  SECHELT HOSPITAL Auxiliary held itjs monthly meet-  ing on the third Thursday of. the monffi, Sept. 17, instead of the usual* second Thursday, [because of the  BCHA convention held at the Georgia Hotel September  9, 10, and 11.  . Mrsl .-��� J. : Redman,; president,  and Mrs. G. Hall, attended the  thi-eeday affair, and both-found  it 'very. interesting   ahd  infor-  ' matiyk They submitted their  report^ to themefeting, Mrs. J.  Reldihan reporting the events of  7.th4 iJiree days and Mrs.,.G. HaU  Sliced 7ort the Candy. Stripers,!  a- groip of teen-age girls who  woftt! :as junior- auxiliaries in  various  hospitals.  Reports were given by th&  conveners' j of the busjiness  lurichsjon apd also the fijietid-  slujp itua bejui injune. Proceeds  iojtiz&i business luncheon kere  very good/ and the auxiliary  pliips. to make this an aijmual  ���.-evbpt:  w[ '-'bedside-..'-curtains and  drapes for the hospital are well  under \ way;  and Sirs.  A. WU-  said that several ladies  are  was  lia^ns  outside^  of [ thex auxiliary  helpaia w_t!h jthem;  The 7lenri|asse coffee set  wdn by[ Mrs7D. W. Steele when  - h^r "ticket was drawn by7Mrs.  Buckley .1 '',--���������  cheque-to cover1 the cost of  op-  aerating rooms wiir"be present-  led to St. ^Mary's Hospital.  j Mrs. J. Fijsher has_offered to  be the membership convener  for the auxiliary. .Membership'  cards will be printed and given  each member in place of a receipt. ��� * '  Sirs. L. Johnston came forward and -presented the president with a very generous gift,  on b^alf of (the Catholic Worn-  men's League. They raised this  . money by putting on a bake  psale, and wjorkiing very/ hard^  A hearty vcfte of thanks was  extended lo I her by all .members presentj.       ���_'-  Mrs.. Maryj- Martha Joe offered to knit an Indian sweater if  the auxiliary! provided the wool.  This will be raffled at a later  date^ T��ssibly before Christ-  maSi She. was also extended a  vote of thanks.  The date for the Fall Smorgasbord has;been set for Nov.  lf,: Legion Hall in Sddielt. The  next monthly meeting will be  held Thursday; Oct. 87^2-p.m.  at the cottage. New members  will'be welcome.  My Daddy Says. . .  * * 1 ' ��� __by Vee L'obS  LAST.NIGHT'my mama was sitting tapping her foot on  * the floor,-and my daddy was looking at the,page called financial and I wasdoing my arithmetic homework.  It was about interest,-so 1 ask him what is interest. He  says interest jis money earned by money without you  doing anything.  Arthritis treated  THIS man has arthritis. He  is having deep heat treatment frorn a Canadian  Arthritis and Rheumatism  Society physiothera p i s t.  Thousands of Canadians  are disabled yearly by  arthritis, but early diagnosis -and prompt treatment  will prevent disability in  tli e -jnajoijity of cases.  Treatment is provided by  CARS throughout B.4 and  is available 'to all upon the  My mama saiys if he took  more interest^ in other things  it might be better. He says he  does, he'_s interested in people. "Stire, sure," -she says,  especially the good looking  ones playing nround Wall Street  with high heels on. He says  nonsense they look just as good  in bikinis playing around on  the beach.  '"I ask,what is Wall Street. My  mama says the financial page  and dividends that's all you_=^  think of, besides that other of  course. My daddy says how-  would we have the Rolls Roycc  and this house otherwise. .You  can't run them-on peanuts, j^he  says you-forgot to mention, the  high-heels. '      1 j ���  I   ask. again | what  is  jVall  Street. He fells me it's an  asphalt jungle with very, tall  buildings and two markets  where the big operators manipulate. While the bull market  lasts everything is good but  when the bear market comes  there's a big crash and' people  leap out of" high windows.  I ask him even the ones with  high heels.  ItiHsays of cours&pj  not they  change  their hunting  grounds to Hollywood and Beverly Hills. %  So I learn yoiTfict in trouble  from having three interests like  the page called financial, dividends, and high heels, $4 I  guess when I grow up I'll just *  have OXE.and keep it sale in  the bank.  prescription  doctor.  of the family  Sechelt Bowling Alleys  Research funds  project  Creek Tiofes  ���By Mabel Wogmon  Mission and Corp. Roger Luck-  cnT_JtCAF, from Alsask, Sask.,  were present for a family reunion at Mr.jand Mrs. C. Luck-  en's.  controlled as effectively as diabetes, b  But resear-sk- costs money.  In Canada, the funds for research must i come from the  public. Todayi, rheumatic disease and .arthritis research  have reached I a critical stage.  Help CARS solve the problem  of arthritis by supporting the  campaign for j funds commencing on October 5 in Sechelt.  can be prevented in the majority of cases! 1  Without research, for example,, the ancient malady gout  would still he 7 lmcont^lled.  Now, thanks | to the development of uricosuric drugs���pro-  VISITORS TO .the ^Sunshine Coast���Magistrate and <iuced in thei laboratory, and  I "Mrs. <L Elliott of Squamish toured the Sunshine coast proved and* improved through  fof,.the first time recently. Called_on Mrs1. Dorothy Erick- clinical research���gout can be  son and Mr. and Mrs. Stan Wallis. All were former residents'of Britannia Min^s. Also called on Magistrate and  Mrs. Andrew Johnstone whom they met at the convention of magistrates at Fort St. John in June.  Recent visitors  of  Mr. 'and -.  Mrs". John Tuba were Mr. larid  Mrs.   Maurice  Bagg from j 100  Mile House"who spent a week's  ' visit  .:        '; .   -'  '*'     li-'M-  b        1:  N^W RESIDENTS  .-fir. and ^MirsbRoy- West fro; n  Pchderi Harbour have recent y  mdved i dowp   to   the   Wilst n  Crjeek area tin Tyson Road.  . i       ;- 1       -   -  PROUD OWNERS   - .    "*"'"'.  ; The girls of the Sunny Crest  Saddle Club; from the Wilson  Crjeek areavhad taken great  pride in ttyeir horses gettirig  them1 in trim for the Peninsul a  Hrirseback Mayday.  Prize winners were 'Lacy  Arpher' a thoroughbred Arabian mare, [owned by Phyllis  Tyson, who won second pnie  in senior showmanship and se:- *  ond prae in pole bending.  'Misty* owned by Patricia Anderson, won n second prize junior horsemanship and secord  in,the keyhole racel  Mrs. Doreen Clarke entered  ���Joe' ridden by Jacky Sheppard,  ; who had had 'Joe' trained in tie  ' Frazer Valley. Barbara Tyscn  also. entered 'Rhody.'  HIGH   scores   last   week" went  to Lawrence. Crueil with .774  _ for the men and Hazel Skytte  A QUARTER of a century ago, -scoring 7J5 for_the ladies.  rheumatoid -arthritis--was ft?  despair of [doctors. Today,  thanks- to modern drugs and;  more important, improved  treatment   methods,    disability "   Pender Harobur:  Doris  Dus-  LEAGUE   SCORES  Ladies:   Dorothy   Smith -654  (284), Bev Robinson 616 (268).  einberry  266,   JIuriei  Cameron  25?..  Sechelt    Commercial:     Dick  ���By Eve Moserip  Clayton 720, Bob Maikawa 705  (283), Orv Moserip-4&, Eileen  Evans 596 (255)7 High team-  Standard   Motors .290 (1045).  Sports Club: Lawrence Crueil 774 (288), Hazel Skytte 715  (253). High team Wild Ifive  2727. . "^ A .  Ball and Chains: Nancy jaeger 661 (289), Bruce Redtpan  723 (263), Matt^ Jaeger 318, Wes  Bystedt 296.  yxaflonattm*^^  I PROMISE  NOT JO PLAY  WITOATCHES  rogen   to  sous  parts of &ew  HELP PREVENT FOREST FIRES  USE   TIMES  FOR QUI  At�� Rutgers University scientists have found, a  silver lining ia air pollution's malodorous  cloud.  Alrbdrne  ammonia  -Supplies uscfui amounts of not-  pewnter Kepaits  Your typewriter cleaned, oiled, adjusted, and new  ribbon installed Zfer only $6^S[|��fhen you bripg it  to The Timis. (Mechanical repairs or parts are extra  ���you will be idvised ot any extra cost before any  work is done unless we are instructed to^ohtrary.)  Adding Machine Service at same rates and conditions. x~  THE  TIMES   SECHELT -PHONE 885-9654  KUWWWWWWW^  ijwi H00M0 MMum muu wl^^^AAA^^^^^wArt<^������AAl^^v^��^^A��w^AAA^^/��^^J^ww^^J^w^A<^A^^A^^<  and  crops' in  Jersey, they say;���{  Designed in Ottawa . .  CLASSIFIED  K  RESULTS  BIDS  FAREWELL   ~  ifr, and Wirsv Harold Roberts  .wiat to hid boh voyage to  L>-jnda Lucken on the Oriana  which left TVahcoaver on the  24th pf September. First stop  will be San Francisco, then en  : to [Honolulu, then to Tahiti, tht;n  leaving for^Avkland, New Zealand. |  ew postage stamp  for Queen's visit   r  A NEW postage stamp to honor the' visit, to Canada of  Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II will be issued by  the .Canada Post Office on October 5-19J54, it was announced today by the Hon. John R. Nicholson, Postmaster General. ���^ ������H���:   ~.     TWILIGHT THIATOE  ���'   '   J Gibsons ��� Phone 886*2827  All evening shows: 8 p.m. -^~  __^- Chilidren's Matinee, Saturday, 2:30 p.m.  Wednesday Thursday,-Fridoy/ Sept. 23, 24,5 25  -     ,       [ Motalie Wood     z.���  SPL-jNDOR IN THE? GRASS f  Technicolor :  Saturday, Monday, Tuesday, Sept. 26, 28, 29  CbarltonL_Hest6n qnd hwge_cost  ���\  !       BEN HUR "f  ���   .iTejjhnicoldr^ Cinembscope  RECENT GUEST  _   A recent guest at the home  of Mr. and Mrs, Harold Roberts  for two weeks was Mrs. Hilda  Rickards trpb, Coquitlam.*  'Mrs.-Bert Lymer aWl daugh  -ter Marilyn of White Rock Visi(t  ed; the Alan Jacksohs.  ^AMILY-REUNION -^  TSflr. and Mrs. Bert Bracfclely  and   Mrs.   A,  Stephens   froiii  Her--Maje4t^ plans ���to---visit  Charlettetpxm, -PEI ^nd Quebec C^yr inaridng tbe centenary  celebrationsJht the two famoMs  conferences that led to Confederation three years later.  Special postage" stamps com-?  memorating . the Charlottetown  and. Quebec Conferences7have  already beenfiissud by the Canada Post Office]  The new stamp will be of the  large size in a vertical format.  It will depict a portrait of Her  Majasty from a ptotograph by  Anthony Buckley of London,  ��ngl$ndj. Thp wording* Postes  ���Canada���Postage and the de-  -^-nomination, . five cents, complete the design of the stamp.  As   i*j   customary   in   special  stamps i issued, to commemorate Royjal Visits,5��o other Avdr-  ding will appear en the speciar  issue.  ���The portrait depicts Her Ma-j  jesty in; a_seated.positon wearing a simple white S&vn antft a .  tiara. A model of the stamp  was- submitted to Her Majesty  as is rasixithary-, before engraving and Queen , Elizabeth expressed her satisfaction**~*with  the design.     Lj7  The stamp will be printed  in purple ink byi the steel^en*- -  graving_jntagli|t> process. The  stamp was designed and printed by the Canadian Bank Note  Company of 0|tiawa.  No Down .Payment - Bank-Interest  Ten Years To Pay - First Payment Oct. 1  COMPLETE LINE OF |PPLI-.N��ES  For Free Estimate - Call 806-2728  I^^B  -w00am8&B0&  .���j^H"  Ttt<  1  ui mi ia��H  *     i .,  r\*' ���  -,,��.��  ���*. V  ��.  ���I *m 11  s       ' .    ^'    a,  i.  f  = ...   1 I.'  II   1��*1, Selma Park-chatterbqxing  Lil Wilcox, who spent many years here in the district... and Mrs. W. Connors . . . spending a. few days  visiting old friends . . . |   -  . /.     -���������' '_ - .    ������������~  : News'   from   the   DeAngeliis  family, they  have  arrived  in  Alaska,:'only   mishap   on   tlje-  Ions arduous journey, ;was oris  this- very-  teara Is,finally cs top in tfae  Americas League -*". . z Ofj I  know; yoa don't Eke them, very   ���    few people do 7--.   ,_T don't  ���from here and there_ know ���*&?.--j ffrfnk they are  VISITIXG-raE home ofjMrs. S. Mittens. Selma. MrsbZ^e^1^^"*r "^  - Saw a wonderfaT movie at  Tear local theatre the-- ct&er  night. aS m edcr, JBoe "Bide  Danube**', it -was.fa&ribas. the  color, singing aad ntasie. one  fasar 12a,- could have sat thru  two hours ef it . . . ac^Tfaen  the dsg. picture, NIkki, it was  gorgeous seesesy ��f oar" Xbrth-  west, truly* .* great "picture, Et-  tle <Efle*E3t to some" td the  Steals-they; are maWw* -today  acd worthwhile entertainment.  Have we got sss ciUcial -opening date for the new hospital? . Don't remember _ seeing  anything about it. lately that  is , . . ssveraT people are just  counting the days, and'really  counting them. . .__*-. if you  know what 17 mean. \t will be  a   terrible   disappointment   if  they dsn't make it time is  flying-by . '."*." or is this a mil  itary secrete.  Who fixes typewriters in this  area, now?. Would sure "like to  know. _-���_.-���  Most- of our young hopefuls  are getting away to high school  er univiserity, hope to have a  line on thzm m the near future^  many have same very fine am-  bitions. certainly tope they  make the grad?. They w3I need  Jots of- encouragement snd moral support to keep going, so  let's-give it "to them and watch  their progress^ ���-  I stilf insist it is a terriHe *"  shame they have to leave home  to continue their schooling because ibfeei thai these are the  most irfrpcrtant- years, when  things can get really rou^t for  them, aad it takes a persoe  a   tot of   fortitude   anc  The Secheft Peniasola Ttwes, Wfef.f Sept. 23f T964 fafe f f  flat tire, so they ware indeed  fortunate.-Florence is spending  a ^ew^happy days looking a-  rptrod the distric , win be in  theirs new home around Oci.  Ist7~-According ; o Florence!,  renls are7very h gh, but food  almost comparable to prices i;i  our district, so all in all, not  too bad. More haws later, whes  they get settled 7 .���*; -we7 hopel  Sir. Eric- Rosen_j?f Roberti.  Creek, away to'the prairies for  a h oh'day. \  News from Selma Commimj-  ' ity*'Centre-7 7 .the first crib;  garie will he^Octr 3rd, ,8 p.m-l  bridge, nights ta be announced  latsr.-The Centre will also spcn->  sor the 4*-H Home Arts Ctabj  -_ mirimumr class \ of S. ages  frci'n 10 to 21,: more about this!  v later  The. Centre "is alsoi  working .on  plans   to  try   for*  -  ���through   roads   to- the' beach,! -  or setting up. picnic spots neari  or   arbund - our  scenic  places.:  T here -are so few places on; ;  the' Peninsula where, one can; ���  get through to the beach ..to]  even look, at the view, it Isi  "sad. In the, future the touristj  wiE:_be an asset to this' area. 1  Let's Taee it, unless we-make!  some provisions 7 in the very;  near future, no one will be able  . io get. near the beach, ;with7  private property alt aXohg the  way *. . TTtict: very promising,;  Prtpsrty ; is being taken up  from on & end of the Peninsula  to the ether, if you doubt it  ibate a few inquiries", : you  would be surprised. Let's hope  a few more of ounassoctations  wilt  also  take   up  worthwhile project.  The waterworks program  going ahead on sehetfafsr, with  a few broken'maics. here and  there, which is unavoidable, we  will scon have a real water  main, next is the widening of  the "highway, taking ia about.  Il-jfeat, end making roadside  shoulders '��� which are^ badly  needed 7 . . By the time they  finish chopping a bit here and  there, -we win ^have a short  garden . . . but that "is progress; L guess. '.."."  They are very obliging and  left a pile of rocks in my driveway and, of. course, me being:;  in such a hurry-to- get-iab my  place, I sailed in over the rock  pile, . clanging and crashing,  then decided I had better re-  move__the rocks or I .may cot  get cut in-tfae morning.  The boj-s said!they had been,  waiting to warn" me they were  going__to remove the rocks, "but  I ^SJt ahead of them so they  very~ gradously came _a_cog.  fcur big men with shovels, and"  cleared the driveway. --  Imagine having four men en  hid a wet summer hut good  foi* the firefighters, i^tjso gesd  for the campers aocF hogday-  mkker3 __ but . tfces' we - always  have something io be thankful  for. Oar geed faeaith. our good  E��gfei��urs zr.d cer* wsnderfcf  -gatrdess.and mad climate.. . .  let's pause is cor da% grind  tojctmnt cur blessings: we may  not have turkey, but few cf us  cii say we -are hungry/so let's  be truly tfcaEkfcL       |    ;    -  "There is __> fziecd __ki t^en^Id  -    friend wha sltared burf tser-  2��:gs days-.   '        }    f    I;  "No grettizginie "Sis" wefrciie,  - e6 hc_n2$e'. Likt hfi pfaiie:"  Faste'sr thtl scentless f-asfrf-Tsr-  er. TwfSiiiaad^*   (frown. J o��  goM,        j.--".      |    I    \  Bet fcicndshgi is lhe .reitifcg  rose,  sidi. sweets fc fevery  foCd.       ~   1 It"  e Old Manr  -   J ~:.    ;������������.    - " *-- * b    ���-bf Rustic  HAVE YOU ever notieed how some little incident-caa  I   make a day so much brighter- A bocquet of Srfcr^s  from someone thinking of yoa.  which brings s4 much  pleasure that yoa feel sad each time a petal falls.b I   |  An extra  warm  hand  e��asp_ "***    t;     ; i���\���r-  frent- someone  when  you   say  Gsccfbye.  a silent '"commtsica-  -tian  _cf     friendship.   : making  wsrds umfeeessary.  Reading a weekly newspaper  which is- Eke a waSPtiows a  qtaet country lase compered  with a jet prGpeilsd^trip to  tEe~cicon-.of the hectic daily.  " &j it was tbe other day ca  the Sechelt' to Gibsons toil a  read which is typical���^f med-  ers times, cars and trucks are  rushing sa bctfa cirectices.  slaves to- time^ with ferries to  gain cf szr^cthhzg. evefe '4 fan. .  dzd-sct reaHf .maUer. Mbs%. t^at  preciotrs f_sS^g ot p&s.c4 -akd  trsrqKiiay. Ths old ciac'stayed with , cia kn day I$& _^i|%e  on a raw wbuscL-a rera-ini^r  Cbit Efe shsuM be *a Jnuch  mere tfcsxi t fisarxiil #ster-  prise.- I   ��� ; ���  AKGLfCAM CHUtCH  I  SERVICES    b -    ,     f    ,  - ��� Scnday.- Sept-   27.- ks�����&c  EEds*5     SecteX    Ors:Kai=��a  the job at xince -and I could  think of nothing else for them  to do for me at the moment,  Ettte frustrating, - ahhoagfa I  don't imagine they'd have been  __very fa2ppy to" do for me~~or  they were wet.and muddy and  -fired after -getting the  digger  stuck hi-a swampy part of the  line. .'"*--     . .:���     ~-t ���   .-    ���  They   were   very.: pleasant, ^_witfa  ���ass.. EgmccL Evi-^ii^* *-m  pm. Sfad^iri P^fc. Evefesc^s  7^0 p.m.      j   --    .      I    t    -  wished me goodnight and-prob-    drive to make it-  ably aTIot of other things. hut_      WeH~it won't be bmg tmtS.  they are good scouts and do-    Thanksgiving   is   here   again,  inga reatjob. my how time dees fly . . ^We  -   Well I see* mv favorite ball���have a__Iet to be thankful for.  catch.   The   drivers   no  longer   "^^ H^'est |Thack��giias�� 9C&  human beings but time cfeses-  5*d rebels, it was fretn cse of  these jrsaicles   that   I : caught  a glimpse- of tfae old aiaa.  Ee %ras walka^ alonf so cb-  fivlcas c�� the- ruffcing. traffic  that" he seemed to exist ec  acsther plane. Cfe his b*ck was  a creel znd.bis gnarterf hand  ti^xtly held a fish ing rod ard.  foe a while my mind wcat with  Mai. anticipating the dark qaiet  water with matst over-hasgxng'  brancfa^^ traSig their fearra  ht the ccol water, fisfaicg; in a  timeless   vactram   where   the  xx  .'."���>  *,.  ������*������  < -'- .  J i- -i  -    -     im   .1. hm         -nil      ii ���       -   i.   i     T ��� .*        .       '.. *ll  '   'I .'_  "'*l  .* *".   *   *"*"     "*",     .        nM'ini'ifLU  wm." ���������   '.  JSrVV?* ��>-'  Page 12 The Sechelt jfcninsuj^mes, Wed., Sept. 23,1��64  Larg&jatiendance ...X  Elphinstone secondary  aUon ceremonies  OVER FOUR hundred people attended' the (annual graduation ceremonies teld^Jby Elphinstorie Secondary  School Ton Saturday,! Septeimber I0bMr. VV7S. Potter was  the chairjnan who, after the processional by the grads;  and the invocation by^Rev. Denis Harris, gave a short  talk on l^yrt*- the graduating classes were getting larger  and the ljieed for full schooling for people entering the.  working world today. ''" '  7 The presentation  of  awards  was   next jwith   the   following  awards ;being   given ~S\xt.  -Students   Council   Citizenship  Awards:      ���7.      r  Grade   10  ���  Gloria   Bishop,  Flashy ��� ���  Grade lt_��� Karen Hansen,  Gold Leaf and Bar; Napcy-In-  glis, Goljl Leaf and Eat; Mary  Harding,] Silver Lteaf ahd Barf;  -Diane "Turik, Silver Leaf and  Bar; Pat Wood, Gold Leaf and  Rickey Davey, Gloria Bishop,  EHch Ball, Lynn Stenner^.Marilyn Boser. ��� ~=-^  Guest speaker was Dr. Myrne.  Nevinson of the University of  B.C. She gave a very ^interesting talk on some of the facts  and statistics about ithe future  grads and their type of problems wheh they leave school,  commenting an the generation  ���ifter them and even after that.  This was Tier first visit ta the  |       Guests speaker  MR". W.  S.  Potter introducing  the guest Speaker Dr.  Myrne Nevison of the University of BrCL-  nies with a few cidsen words  and the singing of (jlod Save the  (ijueen. ���-=;  j The   grads ,wer,c  entertained  People  Bar;   Rhonda   Watson,' FIashL_ Sunshine  Coast  and  she  said  Holly Pratt, Crest. ;     it was-very impressing.  ' Grade .12: Flash���Marilyn Boj-       The   diplomas   were_har,ded  ser, Nadine Gant, Ken Preiss,    out by Dr. Nevinson, to44 grads    POR-gABlES ONlV  Judi Gathercole, Danny Coates, whose names are listed below.   _^u" 7 ?.     ..       f  Janice Douglas,__Carol Whitty,       Maureen Akeson, Dawn Arm-      ^"l*^.���^"*'*  Gadrun   Lehmann7~ Ken  Babak strong, Bill Ayres, Ken Baba, ��   "' "  Crest;   Diarine  Mcdonald,  Bar .-, Gunther Barowsky, Cheryl Bill-  far Silvei- I^af* Lyim, Stenner| .ingsley,    Marilyn-Boser,   Joy  Silver Leaf and Bar; foy Cameron, Cup.  Student!   Council   scfholarship  awards:  - Grade 10���Silver Jjjbrch and  "Bar^Gloria Bishop, lpckey Davey, Bryan Furuya, John Warn,  Michael Willis, Jutjy Brown.  ,��rest, Erica; Ball, Lynda Dock-  ar. Card! Ehnemark, Arlene  Johnson^ I Gail   Sw'anson;; iand  Cameron, Danny Coates, Edward-Cooper, Dal Crosby, Marion Daoust, Linda-TDeMarco,  Dianne Denford,. <Janice Doug-,  las, ' Terry Enemark, " David  jGaht, Nadine Gant^ Ross jGust,  Sherwood   Hayes,   Carol   Hold-  mum and "dad are  ed at their age.  I   got   a   note   ybsterday   as  en, Sigmund Johansen, Janice follows:  'Dear Annie: My, mo-  K"Mx<vSy1"rfa Kirklana, Gudrun titer   told   gramma  Lehmann,  Gladys  Lewaroe, ^*isn't it awful thafTIiere are  Vicki Lonneberg, Dianne Mac- no industries on  the Sunshine  ?4arc   Seyrabiir,   Gertiecate   of    donaldy-Bernard   Maeleod.   Al-    Coast" I may haye  ten Marshall, Unda Moore, Ken    where  to  fin<t~abjoh^when 1  at a dance- at Danny's span  sored by the student council  ending their fqur years of com  panionship.  Port Mellon news  >-=l_���by J. Moore  SORRY there was no column  last week.   I  spent^atT anx-  " ious week in St. Paul's hospital  where Mr. Moore has been for  nearly   throe   weeks.   He   was  -very ill but is on the mend  now so I hope by jthe time of  publication he will be home.  Whilez in   Vancouver   I   did  some visiting with  old friends  in__ between   hospital    visiting  hours. 1 had dinner with Mrs.  -$L W.Brown and Eric at their  -North   Vancouver  home.   They  _have been ih: "Montreal all summer   where '-Mr*' Brown   has  been employed. He will be in  Montreal for the nsxt year, so  Mrs. Brown and Eric will go  there to stay.  It was nice to  sse lhe  Brown's  again,   it  is  nearly a year since they moved  tcTtbwrF from  Port Mellon.  ptaces_ fi things  '    ONE TIME RESIDENTS  . -Mr.-apd Mrs. J. Thompson,  - daughter Marion and son Jimmy were house^guests | of Mr.  acd Mrs. C: Graham. The  Thompson's have been living  in Crofton, Vancouyerr Island  and plan now to go to|l?rfika,  California. 7b      Z^z  SPORTS7 DAY  The Labor Day Sports ?7Day*  sponsored   by.  Li. cat  297  was.  reads   ths  Merit.   , .    .      . ���..,,,���  ���  1 GradeTIl���Certificates of Me-- Morrison, John PaipefleTTLirida gft>w" up    Mother  rk Susan Butler, Jo-rAnn Ny-- Peterson^Ken Preiss, Roberta Times���every    w^k "enjoys  gren/RhondiWatsoml      * Quigley, Dean Robillard, Georg- f,esrilig about vou   the Times  ^^fi$����^ Baby, Soplcas^heil. I'm eight  ��nj Gold<i*I"Qrch:7a^ StssMey, Lynn Stenner, Gerald- ���^^: ^    D^^te   Toni^  Ayres,  Marilyn Boser,  Nadine '-���**������������     <*    ��*���'��� -    * '  Gant,   Lynn1  Stenner;   Certificate of Meri"*, Roberta Quigley,  ' r  iJudrunJfyhmaxat' Bar. to ����1-  ^ibT&<%;3Sjjne;* Mciionsldfr  .StudentbCxjtihcii -ServiceWPins  ������President [Ken Baba, Vice-  president Nadine Gant., Secre-  - tary-general "tbimia Moore, Min-  _ ister-of-Fin^nce for Clubs. Di-  enne Denford, Minister of Fi-  - nance Geraldihe7Swanson,7Gov-  erament-iCritic" Linda Peterson,  _jilinister oif-Social Affairs Senior  Dianne-   Mcdonaid,    J u n io r  Wendy Inglis, Minister of Athletics   Danny i Coates,   Minister  Activities Susan Taylor.  Top Scholar  Awards:  .��� Grade 12 X' Marilyn Boser^  Grade li, Susan Butler; Grade  10, Bryan Furuya;.- T ���   ��  7 S e c h e It Teachers' Scholarship; Marilyn Boser.      I  PTA   scholarship ��� Marilyn  Boser.. -"..:..-. �� i ���  Kiwanis Wm. Bow Memorial  Bursary, Sigmund���Johannseh.  bGibspns. Canadian Legion^  Joy Cameron land Bill AJyres. '  Prizes Kinsmen Social Studies  20���KarenTHansen,   ...   .|  French   Consul   Book���Mari-  Bo.ser."*" )"', X  ���  pfJEzi  ihe   Swanson^   Susan   Taylor,    m.,  Georgia~Warn: .  Th^- valedictory address was       Dear  -Tommy:  delivered by Miss" Marilyn Bo-    your  mother likes  "ser, who thanked the teat-lung    and I h|pe; she^^-w  staff for  all  the  grads,  com- friends ^bcut our  mentingH on   whatlihe   future    too.   I   jJ3ked   my  holds fojf them all. .'_  Miss   Mary   Lamb   sang   a  "solo: "My Best To  You"  and  ���By Rosy and Alex Simpkins  , from. you. Susie.'' | "^__^  ft months old       Dear    Susie:     Take     your  Mothers: Give this column to    thumb out_of youi, mouth:" help  your baby and 1 guarantee it    is en the way. 1   too was in  word of it,    the same spptj.ar.tl couldn't gst      . _  .._^5i���       starts   out    out  6T the' |ilay|pcn.   Mother    greatly   enjoyed   by; 9   _  earlierandL earlierTnlhis space just didn't understand. A mir- crowd. Although it ramed hea-  age and-I dbn't want to waste* aele happened; Tie Vancouver vily in the early morning the  anv time. I hear tell that my Times arrived and in it a stoiy day wasfdear right through the  inexperience about exercise fcr babies. It���festiyities. The children enjoy-  siid that they! shoild be allow- ed the ^aees alteniated *by eat-;  ed to crawl ion 'the' ^irsery  floor provided ^omebody is,  constently w atchipg. This is  one of the best forms of exercise for someone like ycu and^  m_e. Boy have,! hlad fun since.  Loya, Annie.   7 ���:  "Dear Annie; Dp you ' have  tbs same prcbieni I do? I'm  six menth's old, imd am em-  barasicd.to ,tear!s__everytime  relatives eeme to call. They  can't make up their minds who  I  look"~I"_fse.  $gneid Josie"  to go else-  ing hot-dogs, ice \cream and  pop. After lunch a large crowd  played bingo. j J  VISITOR r  ��� Miss Jackie Bridge pf Van-5-  ccuver is visiting at the home;  of her aunt and uncle^ Mr. and  Mrs. IL Stewart. i  Mr." Potter closed the ceremo-  ways   and  land clear-  Presentation   -  MR. J. Ferrari presenting  :IVlanlyn  Boser a check  from the Sechelt; ,Teachers  Home Economics  pflze-Di-^ Association   Scholar s h i p^XX%z��  mo \t-i^Anri^A ..' a.l.__j *    no what  enne Macdoriald.  -Industrial Arts prize  Morissoh.  am   glad  the  Times.  illtetlHier  nice  paper  parents   to  help me cut with this- crie as  it's a bit cut cf my line. Dad  says, "Vears ago" the town of  New Westminster .took  an Interest in the  developing  their  area.   They   found:  means toj get their;  cd, encourage and finance sawmills,-canneries, foundries, factories, and so a city  If  we   are   all   willing   to  sit ���  back andj let the pp^ted word ���  spread that vveihafe a  place  iver herd which is  just good-  "or nothing.but a   bit of fish-  ng than it will reroiin a backyard area. But cheisr up Tom-  ny, the. truth will tut, iand by  the time that ygu argr ready, to  ^vcrTTThere will be lots of work  for ycu,  "Dear Annie: I, too am sine"  months old and ny mother  won't let i me out of the playpen. I jijst long to crawl on  the floor.; Mother reads, abput_  ycu every week, aidlets ine  you do. Hoping tb hear  An   electronic  nose   built���at-  ths- City   Uiiivemty--- Of   New-  York, which  "smellsllTthrough  a process of chemical and el-;  Dear Josie:;, All j babies have    ectrcial actienbkas been found  ths sense Tirbplem^ jTuStb^rin    far nicre   sensitivebth^n  the-  -���_j  t___  -a  -..^ jj& j-purself.    TEaT thing acjcl is c.befeg��� used  ��� in  various   research  projects. 7  and bear it and  Love,   Annie  Ken  *>���  <f j  TROPHIES   ;'.    .      ^  Headlands ] S e r v 1 c \   Club  Sbleldb-Marilyn - Boser. j  Coast   News   Shield,   Nadine  Cant. .  Bob  Fretter  Trophy���Jo-Ann  Nygren;       7     ^  i   Helen; BezdeckbResear]ch Essay Trophy and Book   Prize���  'jfvtariln Boserb Z:.   Xx  7 Stewart7 Cup, best notebook���  iDianae Mcdonald.';  Cloke Trophy and Piii���Gerald Gathercole.    7  7poreen Hough j Medal ��� Lynn  Stenner, ..._._;._   - "-'A:  Elphinstone  Trophy ��� Dianne  Macdonald.  - Livingstone Award for Effort  s ���Sigmund Johannsen.  7Hon0r   Society   Certificates-  John Warn, Michael Willis, Ar- .  j j lene   Johnson,   Bryan   Furuya,  -i   Carol Enemark, Lynda Dockar,  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  wiiiMiwiiiiiiseira^  ��� . Thts-^rea-^eminder of coming events is o service^of"  SECHELT j AGENCIES LTD._Ehone; Sechelir Peninsiila.  Times) direct for tree listings, specifying ';Qote Pod".  Please note that ?poce is limited and some advance dates  ~"mciy Have to wojt their turn; also thaMhis is a/'reminder"  listing only ond cannot always carry full details.  j      1 - '-���'-���' ���' .       ';  Oct.  jB���fflospital Auxiliary meeting,  Hospital Cottage,  J2 p.m.  Oct.  Hall#!  -   ^ A"** '�����   -��� i   v   ���-   f   ���*   **���> ���^  K*  1 **-, ��i>*/  ^"\**  1*  a_ ~ ^Iphinstone Grads ,  ELPHINSTONE graduates at the_graduation_ceremonies  Saturday night, September 19, 1964.  iMofhers Circle Demolay Turkey Dinner, Masons  7 p.m. ,  Nov. |3���Wilson Creek United-Church Fall Bazaar.^ 7  NovrfW-r-Fall Smbraosbord. Hospital Auxiliary, Legion  '.'    ' ball.i   ���    ..    ���:-���...���������    1 ���'���;,.  Commercial lotvSechelt, ^  level lots/davis bay   \  I       from $1,26p   ^  Very easy terms ��� Enquiries to Bob Kent  Phone 885-4461  SECHftlJGENCIB LTD.  > REALTY and INSURANCE  Wharf Itppd0 ^fione 885-2161  \A\-..', ,'  '  ;��'i��i* ���.  urn*'  ^^V^-*-��*��**(-l^i<3P'J*'i


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