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 ���7'  Serving the Sunshine'Coast,! (Howe* Sound to Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon,. Hopkins Landing, Grcrrtfrcm's Lending, Gibsons, Rcberts Creefc,-  Wilson Creek, Selmc Park, jjecheltv Hoifmoon Bay, Secret Cove, Penifer Hcrbour, Madeira Park, Kleindafe, Irvine's Landing, Eorf Cove, ^gracnt  Authorized  cs: second dcss  tr&l~ fcy* tHe' Post   Off ce  Deportment, Ona*c-_  VcKisne I, Ns.-_22=r  Gibsons  ^      *���-'  ���i    *-*  ut  tr> :'  %**     *--r *  -3   <   "_��  W      I-     *  O  -a-*  CS  Cl3 _  **  o*���: er>  WE0NEOA.Y.. MAT 13.  T964    IOC  Zf- z   P'��   �� .  '     V}  M  oa."'  I-*   i o  ��/}  0} O  f��J ft :****  K *-�� <  a. C** :>  i.  pat levf  ill If QIC  -/Cp-  T_-     _* --        #���*--  lOBS  ANNOUNCING HIS ffiadings following a further check  on the municipal budget for Gibsons, clerk Jules-  "Mainil told council * "municipal levy is now 8.64 epm-  pared to 9.12 last year. This is no more than the!actual  iicrease in many districts.!b���������������...''.-'      ���=>  M  Total municipality, mill rate.  is 32,96, ar.d - includes.-22-47 for  schools and l.SS'for .the Hospital   Improvement  District^      -  CENTENNIAL MEETING-  Reporting  on j his  visit  to  a  Centennial   meeting -* at i Burn-"*  aby,   Councillor j Fladager  said  he faund th? meeting^ very informative,'  grants -foryjmumc-;!  ipal   administrative   work  .had  been, set and that theiprovia-  cial   department' suggested  lo--  cal   committess   preparb   projects, in order that they be ready when grants beconr?���avall-  ablj.   He said.,"the  BC'allot-  ���mcnl is greater than was anticipated."'        '  LOCAL,   EYESORE  Something  of  an  eyesore  in  th?   district   was   the - dascrip-.  tion of two byildings, the pro- .  pertv of a man rcs'dirig at Hah-  ey, BC.   - *  -Mr?. Mainil  reported  he  had -  written   n'io^raus'. letters   including registered ' mail ta ti*3.  prop2rty owner but had received no reply. "Taxss are .paid;  regularly  but my letters _ have  all bsen ignored,"' he said, i 7  Council     agreed " that    Mr.  Mainil write  to daputy  Minister Brown to -seek steps ^ avail; -  ablc-undsr the by-jaw. act: byy  which steps might be taken t��  remove the propbrt>;.   7-   ���:'-'*���A  It   was   gsnerally : agreed  a  clean'up  Li  tha{  village   was  necessary,     councillor    Drum-  t moad pointing otit Sechelt : as  *an e.xampb-o�� a clean and tidy.  ^community,    j"  FJbB   BOAR-*  that, a councillor be appointed  io the Beard was left open. It  w-as stated that Council: had  previously made -a donation to  the-Fair but had net baen'represented. r " 1  *���"���  '- >*.  :?���  ���i  *.-.  ���*���  zs  XV  to by-law . . ..  loiiilitioital approval  ior meaica  t ,       Cenotaph   beautifies tion ��� ' '..  THE SECHELT Canadian Legion gave a free hand to  Roy Bolderson wfib volunteered his services to clean  up the Cenotaph- Roy has indeed carried out a fine job  of beautification by removing- fencing. leveling outT:-  grassing down and planting shrubs. -It is hoped to-add-1  seats on concrete bases so that the area {may be used  as a small park. 7"  I" ~_i:        I   t**     .   "  - **  APPLICATION FOR a; bulding permit for .the construe- .  tion of!a medical office building on Inlet Avenue  was granted Mrs.LA. Richter, of Sechelt together I with  a permit for additional building* on Cowrie Street-!  b Availability" of  a  ^contractor    ���������-������ ������������������  Lack of evidence  s. *.:  ���L  to commeace work almost immediately added some urgency  to the application which was  complicated by the (fact the  property-in question tsz affected  by7amehdmests to. tfife. rezoning    by-law-.-/presently,  under  cqnsideration7 X -. . Xi  ���L  Council granted the "permit  for -the: medical budding subf  ject ter?the- rezoningtby-aaw.  7  SEWER   SURVEY    j ^  Discussion of tbe need of a  sewage: and drainage survey  ^rith : iX view to futdre installation was shelved until next  full council meeting, j  A Vancouver-company, Martin J. J. Daytoa: wrote to council offering to carry out a com- -  plete   survey   of   the   district  which would include" investiga-  anit^pei-of systems best suited  to the locality.  TO LEASE FLOAT  . .Suggestion   by -the ! Dlpart-  ment of Transport that cduncfl  lease   tbe   float   at   Porpoise  Bay, resulted in a letter to the  department,-   Informing^  |them  that  the;.float "was. in   a -**?-  slate of repair, but that should  they    consider   necessary. re-"1  pairs.- council   would   bef glad-  tb   co-operate   and   take} over  the lease. L " ."   {--  f  s dismi^ed  1   r  --I -      **  6ak-in  CHARGES ^F breaking ^nd leptefing #iUj m\sirt \o  commit  ah indictable  act J proved,  borderline* and  were disniissed by* Magistrate^ Ar-Johnston-; In Secheit  last Friday,   .       '    -' -        f-f- :���* ���   Krquest  by j the -Tfair  Board -' rion of the needs of the' area  ~r~~. .-.I -���/  S  Z   .",1 -:. :--b   ."77   ...     .'..!- ....:.-  styet  ^iiynew[ events  foiMgy1)^fuh:  CLUBS AND institutions have rallied to the fore to: put  new life! into the May Day! parade which this year  shows every promise of being an outstanding event.;For  J^ first time in some years students of the Indian 6and  will take part in the ceremonijes. This wilUihciude an  together        I-    'X- ���-.-.-   ~   *     !~S  Indian 7 Boys j Baad.  n-ai. a young: IndiJn Princess,  Llnok-a, daughter of Mr. and  Mrs;'; Henry Paul. She will be  attended by Audrey "Joe, dau-:  gliter of Mr. and Mrs. William  ice 1md 'Bsverly, daughter of  ".Ir. and Mrs. Cjprian August.  JThe Sunshine , Coast Licms  ilub wail operate a Midway as  "fl Tund raising project^ proceeds  M which go to chariuble caus-^  tf. -Rsfreshmants will be av.  iilable- at the Hospital Auisil- :  iary booths.       7   . 7     -  ���Ntnnerous , new   efitriss   are!  taking part .this year, top Van- '  douvC-r y musicians   wiffy be jon'  Hand during the parade .and| at  the  park to& supply  entertdin-  Sisnt between events. !     ! r  Eiui and games will continue  iintllr��*2ll aft2r 3 p.m? Improvr  <:d arrangements have been  made to" keep vehicles away  J rem the park grounds; and or-  I anizers. Havp   every,  confid  ence this  will  be oca of the  best parades yet.  Parade     forms     at  School^ "grounds   12  12:30 p.m.  .m.  n  to  Judging 12:30 onJ Parade  .1:2*5 p.m. down Cowrie to. school  corner!" and Hackett Park-  Crowning ceremonies 2 %o 3  p.m7 3r pji., trampoline: exhibition followed! by covcltfy ev- -  ent?, "run by! tha Lions "Club  aid include the midway, jfish-  pand,- i carcuisl ridss ejtc. A  baby, sitting booth will be op-  eratedi 7    '   "  '" The -!Queen"S Banquet win be  held at 5:30 p.m;, thc Queen's  Ball at!" to 9 p.m. at the Sc--  chalt'Lsgicn HalL Opan square  dancing' at the Shall Service  Statioa in the evening. Parade  Marshall is. Mr; E. Surtees.  Entry forms may be picked up  at Kozy Cou?t or from Dick  Branca.  MILL RATE *   1  MAI rate was set at f 33^3  for the municipality, up \ from  last years. Cgure. of 31-511 This  includes increase-in the-hospital i improvement, district of  1M to LS3 over last year's  -:^8: mills. Schools rate! was up  from '21.13 to 2L��, due to ia-  - creased enrollment, staff etc.  The rate for the municipal levy  retraining the > same"-; as! last  year at TO mills. 1  NEW  STREET   LIGHTS  j  f .Extra floarescent street  lights are to be installed between Dolpb-3 and Whaft: and_7  Cowrie and trail AVenoel, Tte  elg&t lights will bamercarj* vapor Ulummators, t h r e-e of  which are replacements for the  present incandescent lights.  HACKETT  PARK f  j   Councillor   Dawe.    referring [  |to  a   misleading report  as  to���-,  !moneys   spent   by   council   on:  =Hackett Pari^ rsad out the following list which toUls $��5Q5^S  sp��it since 1958 when thelparfc  Improvements were undertakes  as'- a centennial project- 1  ��� W. Dooiey.- labor. $16.30:  R  Hyde. labor, S0& RbJamfesoc!  page 1  Corner en" James BUly aad.  Cbmi?--Ler-' .-Milan wer* .chax-!  ged_f=Hawinf zh. indd^nL April 15, when they attempted ta  force.their way'hztzt ih? hem3  cf Peter KwaES of tie Ss-  " cn?lt-reserve.  The twa youths had previously entered thz WiHFains  horns  ^  and hid bess ordsred cat toi.  ^bwi^g   advances- -by   <me   trf  ' tham  to  2  female   gn=st  who  was yisiting Mr. and Mrs. W2-.  liams. '���������        ~ -  Retamlng seme tkne later,  the accused in ����ten*j*txg to*  terce ettry. knsckzd a wscden  piZ2l out cf. th3 -door \*shich~  . tit ar-ziazr guest, ilary Mather  Jcsb t       7     ,  Giring^ evIdescebMary Matbr  er "dee stated tbe two youths7  after hitung oat the paneL had  cut! thehr - kzais -thrzzzh the "  s:*!e"in thz czzt. T--5 wi* <fen��  iei h\ M.-3. WTusnii in t"e*r  ev!dr::c in vtich -the aid her  htziitztd nd zv.zccid��� by the  tvi-'zllsr he htJ. chised thes y  frsst. lbs bztistf '.- ~  - A tixi -shich hzi larrived  with besr iz. a��5W-ir :a a call  .frden the VTJLzjszz hCT.e, called-y-  the_pcl.ee wiui.'arrr'.cd prcsp-  tly en tha sr��-e. Thc- two--sc-  cuiiir left in^rrr-diately. bet  sae^ charged cy thi police  thi iitju-rrirg   n-.'.rr7-.C- * " -  fa'? summing   up,   Magstrate. '  * Jci=st-2= piktcd- tt-t theft was" "  irsa^Icfesit  evid^i;e   to  prove.  that entry bzd hies, firced is-  t3 ithe.Jkojn? =*" t.\ii rtsrs was-  icd-cjable istcrt J  BZi^ and /alia.- were repre*  sts:i�� by Mf; H> G. Costeto,  of!v.  Statement promised .  onns  re-assurea oil t3p^  PERSISTENT  RUifORS - to  the effect   feiL the   S:S,  Smokwa-of the B.C. Ferries .s>*stem is |n fetich condition that she might be out of operation ind that M.S.  Sechelt Queen would not be released frofsi f the Horseshoe-Bay-Langdale run-until late July, wis pe subject^  of an execntive meeting'.of the Sunshine Coast Tourist  -- ���  S5S  Pleaded guilty {-^-*-  on impaired count  BEN'-WJoe of the S3ch|t r^  serve appeared before Magistrate Johnston -Saturday following a motor vehicle l^icci-  dent May 7. 4-  A car- driven by "Joe left tbe  highway north of Sechelt. ^striking a telephone pole causing"  damage to-the car to the extant of about S6C0. Joe. himself  received no more.than a |shak-  ing up. *:      * J  Pleading gudty to^a <*harge  of impaired driving, hej wak  fined tlCO and costs.       I ���  Association, last, week.  Msnijeri pasted a motisn that  a phone call be'made to  Mr.  Monty Aldous. manager cf tbe  Fenyi service,   asking   that   a  press I release  be  given  to_ local   papers   stating   that   ade-  ,  quatej service   bz   assured   in.  this   area. ^     .  servicfe. each Chamber of Commerce be aferted to have a  delegate available for-a delegation to Victoria within I the  following week-  Mr! Al Lloyd of Pender .Harbour f was authorized * By th;  meeting to mike the pfacn** call-  He  was   subsequently   assured  :by| Mr.   Alices "tfiat   ih** S-S.*-  Saakwa wtmi^_ bi-L*-. good "ser- _-  vioeabfc   caacitso- *i*td   srouif  be'  capable   0-   c^rryin?   fcer "-  shire *ef the traf.ic  zntil sach  tL*ne  �� Joiy  zs  tr.-*  M-V. Secheit JQuaen   wa>-   replaced   by _  th?   new   MA*.   Q*jt.-en   of  Xew  -*i*��<=* ���i >��� **���**���   os   U��e- Kagg^f-^g  Bay-N"��na:mo   rt..i.   Ke   fsrth��r -  agreed ta make 2 press release  outlining, the   mtt   of   affairs  to papers is. mt' arei. . ~-  f allowing th'�� 5 t a t e m e n't  frotsMr. AUfza.-.   it* was tzlt a  delegation - to   \-.ztyria_ at   this  tithe  aculd no',   bt  warranted.  ^  HIIWMIU ill     |l  ' ��      tl      f* �����*--  '���*���'.iiL,'J T"!/'  ��� UUP'  1 v   . 1 ���"Star?  sHs?  ifS*.  &_S  I  \*******i ���*****-**** *mwh��*-*0mmm-��mm  Publisl-ed Wednesdays by the  Sechelt] Fenirvsulo  Timfes  Ltd.,  ot  ., !     -Sechelt, \\JZ.\  Gross Circulation/1850 copies  Class!'icd Advertising) Rates:  3-Line AdBrie fs (15 words)  One Insertion , 1 85c  Three insertions , 7 1.70  txfro lines (5 words) .~.i 15c  Bex Numbers, _.��� ���J���25e extra  ~>f poid .before publication, o dt's-  Jtounti of 25c per >4Brlcf is allowed, Semi.Display, Supefe-Disploy,  ond Bloc Chip Display, 1.50 per  inch  ���M���mm*^���*^mm***l  in  17c per  Lcgol Ncjticcs;  ���tf  $*  count line)  Insertion), 13c per  sequent ihjlcrtions  Deadlines; Son rdoy 5 p.m,  Subscription Rotes:  10c por copy; 50a  J ' odvon  sorrier); $5^00  Card of Thanks.  Deaths, Births, In Memoriam, Com  ing Events, Etc, Per insertion (tip to  40 words) $1.25;'extra .words, 3c  coch. 2^e Discount if poid before  $ '"   publication.  PETS  PEKINESE 'jpujppies, 1886-9890.  '     I 9915-tfn  WORK WAKTED  15 .words} tint  count line sub-'  per month (by  pe*.  ' ���"       ". <���  per year, in  Engagements,  4 sizes  Pi  Rocky  Grid  f mafchines to motchj  ypu ' job'1 [ i  otymgf apd Breaking  Cultivating]  Coi  TC  Room -and^S-jard   Wanted  ���--  Am. **-  . .-\  *- I  ���   ��� i *  ���*-���'���".'".  .-���".'���J  *\  ���*:-":--t-"  '^--"���'1  ���it*  ItOOM    and    hojard  Private'"entrance  area.   Phone���88p-'  FOR RkNT  iVVATER*FRO.\vT  ing available.  available.  Wilson Creek  9781     9996-23  cottaga,  moor-  Francis Stone,  n  Secret  Cove.   8S5-95G3.    9753-22  i  THREE   bedroojn   home,   fire-    AUTOS & TRUCKS  place.     Partia  AvMble''Sline*  Ily   - furnished.  l,l!forH month's  ROrf LAND  Eili  ROTO-JTILLI^G  ?f  t^'pleti  $rr\m  jroilind Breaking  Jing c nd i Leveling  and i  Lawn  rom p  maintenance  Moving a\td Svif  #OWER|  ox 431 *  88f  anting to  RAH^G  Hilling  Service  eeping  Edcing arid Fertilizing  Seeding ani Rolling etc.  Arrange for regblpr  complete, lawn' core  ROY ��B(PLDERSJDN  - SecHelt  ���9530  of Juhfi,"July,' 'August, $125. per  ' rhoirth. Ajjply Box 381,'Sechelt.  9992-22  SUMMER     cottlage���waterfront  "property,  lfnfijirnished,   avail  able   June  1st  June, July ami  ..'���62 ACAitfAN  frans.,   new  tery, ' trailer  lights, city  ged. View at  tel.'  convertible,, auto,  tires," iiew   bat-  hitch. , back-up  chr. Terns arran-  fviission point Mo-  9752-25  for   rironths  of  Aug., Respons  ible -parties    only",    $35.    per  tnonlh. .Reply. Box No; 381, Sc-  REAL ESTATE  cheltw.  yjjy."-  n-rl    9993-22"  4j ROOM   houssi,   light,  phone,  . water,  available*;    one   acre  &ood   garden   aijea.   El   Myers,  pbene 883-2354. ', -9999-22  3 BEDROOM  '- :Dark,-sand  and   fruit  rcut2.   lVSt  S. E. Jack;  Creek. > (H^n  tife  9728-tfn  house, 9  soil."  s  miles off  ijforthwest.  ur>* Rd  FOR SALE  s**^^*  ���kSTmSj  &m  46  'groc|  $200  ��86-2340  SHEETS of  e plyw'  tlash. Tax  odd  liUjBfiER  stamps   of  all  de,  , eriptions   may   be   obtained  at Ithe Times, phone 885-965-f..  *i*^r��  fM��" tongue ani  4'x8' sheet:  has been pai  9982-tf  fit  c  Bethel  Sechl  Bbptisl  Quick service-  IP  *jfr-*T  ��A#P#  HM  w  vvUterfront  shop,     gas  liouse,  good  m  Uo*<-   9987    Serihclt  |on  all orders!  Times",  1  4   ! MILKING  swap  Box  381  : lot, -coffep  pumps, sma 1  'arina   location".  Perijinsulji  Sdcbelt,  .    9987-212  FOR SALE OR  ahd  Wanted cart  forj walking trkfetors  lock", JBowen Is  *���*�����.  ii*  MA  !*._!���;"�� i  ' - -i*- i  .   T   , ���  ���JiXr '  i* f.y  '-.'���.������  N>  ocent  i^t Hit  l^rit^fishing  it;  15  26 acres.  (hh'ristrhas  Rural   mail  highway.  Roberts  9754-25  �����  Church   lljlo   a.m  Sunday Scfiool 10:0U a.m.    ,  Praypr  mqpting   Wednesdaly  7:30 p.m.  tRADE  boats,    sell ,cfr  for   djay   old   calvea.  riding ..'--"sulky  'ft. Proutf-  B.C.     9!��^1  COME  EARL'S  Earl's Cove  iGojast Highway. Beauti!  and boating  ���fdf  i\(M> down;  |yv!ATERFROl|t  VIEW LOT!.  Easy terms"  Mad  oh  Lutheran   Worship  Sechelt  Home    service���7:?,0  March 8 at me home  Hall,  Porpojse  Bay  Pastor Join H. 'Ufmer. Ph  885-2008   or] 885-202"R.  Sunday   School |li| a.m  12 noon.  CHurch  B.CJ  T  Scrvicoj  P-ni.,  pf Fran|k  Rd.  to  USE   TIMJES X*|A$SlFIEO  FOR  QlfllCK   R  erfIont iis  SUBDJVI  Ferry termi  yjew; of J  Good site f  rt-jntajts/  LOTS  FROM $  balance.  OjtaDEY  eira Park, B.  ULTS  nshine  Excel-  d boat  jfor casH.  Photie 883 mZ3  60 in ell| who will soon ,be lsav  ing   school.   After   a   delicious  meal, catered by"the Orderjo!  the  Eastern Star,  and  scrvet  by the/Garde 11 borne econo  mies  class,  Mr.   Potter  introduced Jhe head table guests. |   ���,  Mrs." |N. Ball, chairman of  the school board7~Mr. Montr  gomeryj vice principal, Mrv and  Mrs. L.]Peterson, Mr, and Mrs],  .Baba and son, ifCen, president,  of the student council,' and My,.  and Mrs, S. Benny. He- theft  . gave a short talk an what thp  -departing students may expert  stepping out into tha eve*;  changing world.  Corsages were given to Jthj;  mothers and e,ver&>nc , jatf-  journedn�� tbe Variety Niglj't  Show in the gyro, i  MOKE ABOUT * *-.  Council news  from page la-  labor.- Sj72; It. Stroshein, pea  $120; Scrhelt Bldg. Supplie  $474-91; L. Vielfaure, labor; oh  bleachers, $16; Parker's Hardware, $33.36; Sechelt Bldg. Supplies, $19.39; R. Jamieson,' li-  bor, $92; Duff Zral, sawduft  fill, $26; R. Hyde, labor, $77.23;  Brackman Kerr Milling,'seed  and fertilizer, $140.55; Sechelt  Bldg. Supplies, $48.67; Secluli  Bldg. Supplies, nails and cre>-  Wjitc. |$6,a); Ross Laycbck.  b eachers and fence, $573.1 i:  \V. Doolcy, toilets, S16.81; Rjo-  billiard Electric, pole and power connection, $237.50; R. Hyde,  labor, $32.75; R. Jamieson, lia-  bor, $90; Sechelt Bldg. gu'p-  . plieSy $42.22; R. Jamiesa'n,  ' sbsS,' $l2Sf.lS;��,R;"jfamicsasrBf"  bor, S140; Walter 'Dooley, tpi-  lets, $10; Is X ���  W. Jamieson, labor, $^6;  sprinkling system, material,  $67.16;. Parkej-'s Hard w a rle,  water exlsnsion (material),  $31.50; A. Gibbens, painUng.  $296- goal posts, $37.78; Sechelt  Kinsmen, for equipment for  playground (children). never Hn  stalled, $200.00; T. Osborne J��r  rent of equipment and operator, $1,193. Total $4,505.88. ,   '  Lions club hold  pancake breakfas  THE    Sunshine    Coast    Lidns  ^lub started Moaners' jriay  tiff by getting Mo,m to wake  them up at 6:30 to get thi[m  oif to the Pancake Break!  held at Peninsula Motors  Sechelt. '  First arrivals were a cou  of loggers who had been out  night working, they managed  get through several, orders f ���  pancakes and sausages, and  seemed to set a precedent to  .the hundreds of patrons vjjho  followed. ' j  Thc man did an" oxcellpt  job of'codking and serving.!  There were .over 1,000 pancakes cookbd and approximately 3C0 people' were served.  It was considered a complete  success* 4nd ; the Lions I will  make an annual event out of  this. The^r wish to pass Ion  their thanks !to? Ted Fairwell  of.: Peninsula! Motors for! letting them use his premises for  the breakfast, and also Uvish  to warn the inothers who! t >ok  such (great advantage of the m,  that Fathers! Day is not too  far away^  SHERIDA^ T.V.  Sales  Service  and  RADIO -i APPLIANCES  ,   Phone 885-9605  H. B. GORDON &  1 KENNETT LTD.  r ' '  Real Estate and  Insurance  , Phones:  885-2013, 886-2191  SERVICE  PROMPT  TELEVISION  SALES &  RELIABLE-|  ���   RICHTER'S TaVa  & RADIO LTD.  Sechelt, B.|C..Ph. 88S-9777  FIREPLACES  PLANTERS  FOUNDATIONS  _^ WALLS  A.SIMPKINSX885-2132  TREE FALLING  TOPPING OR REMOVING  LOWER LIMBS FOR VIEW.  Insured work from Port Mellon  to Pender Harbour    ��� -  Phone 886-9946  MARVEN VOLEN  r    SWANSON BROS.  Septic Tanks and Drain Fields  Jockhoe and Front ind  "^      Loader Wo*  Screened Cement Grovel  Fill and Road Graved  '  Phone 885-9666  Sox 172 - Sechelt  WATJER SURVEY  SERVICES  Complete Water System Service i  L. CJ EMERSON        7  Sechejt 885-9510  Insured Blasting  Franh E. Decker  OPTOMETRIST  B_f Block  Gibsons  Everyi Wednesday  '! for appointment  *  886-2166  Phone Sechelt 885-9669  PENINSULA  BUILDING SUPPLY  "The Hoiise With A Heort''  fL i. Caldwell, Proprietor  Box97l'QSed>M:ejttt'-"'-'-  ^BRITISH AMERICAN  0i��X0. LTD  Fuel Oil - Gosoljne ' Oil Products  W. APortons, Agent  Phone 885-2016  Wharf Rood] Sechelt, B.C.  list  in  jjie  (all  to  of  LAURIE SPECK  SHEET] METAL LTD.  Oil Heaping - Furnaces  ShebtT Metal  GIBSONS, B.C.  Phonq 886-9961  . "I i'ish manufacturers would  warn people; when they're p-  ing to improve a pr^duc|t,"  grumpy Ned Carter con&lains.  "Now?! tliey've madel my%avbr-  ite bjreakfast cereal esftjra^  crunclfy. If I'd known vitn in  time I would have stocl^di  on "th^ good old soggy kind  The Finest In  FLOWERS  ForM JDccoshdns  ELDRED'S  FLOWER SHOP  I      Cowri; JSrjeet, Sechelt  1     Phone 885-4455  Stows -��� Logs  SECHELT TOWING  & SALVAGE LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving  & Log* Towing  L. HIGGS !  * Phone 885-4425      '  _ 1 .-  PENINSULA ROOFING  Asphalt & Gravel  Built-up Roofs  Guenther Barowsky       !  RR. No.  1 Gibsons      s  Phone 886-9880  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  Electrical Contractors  Appliances - Electric Heat  Phone 885-2062   7r���i���,--            .��� .,,���.  AUTOMATIC LAWN  MOWER SHARPENING  Get Your Lawn   Equipmjent  Sharpened Now  ! Irvine Benner  Phone 885-2292  f   TINGLEYS  ��� k.HI-HEAT.  SALES end SERVICE  for all your heatinji  '  requirements     ,  4 'Oil Co.'s Finance Plans  C; E. (Cal) Tlngley  B6xNo.417,Secheli  885-9636���885-9332  CABINETS  CUSTOM WOODWORK  J:   b" HOMES' f  Gucnthpr Barowsky  0-! 5  Gibson?  RlR. N  Phono  RAY NEWMAN  PLUMBING  Hot Watjfcr Heating  N sthiiio. Down  10 Years to pay  PARTS AND REPAIRS* TO  ALL WATER PUMPS  Phone 886-9678  STUCCOING-PLASTERING  GYPROC JOINT FILLING  CEMEhrr WORK  by  N. S<tHC(ENEWOLF&  386-2862     -  NEVANS  sales  Plion  886-9880  TV & RADIO  & SERVICE  l^bpliqnces  jPhilips Deolcrjs  ivc - Gibsons  886-2280  CUNNINGHAM  AMBULANCE SERVICE  ^At|y00N BAV  Emergency and ��on Emergdncy  colls. Spceedlrrote*. foroJd-ijjge  - pjetrtsioriers^ ;  24 HOUR SERVICE  Phone 885-9927  !up  Girl:; who talk like ^walking  encyclopedias should rememller  that reference books rarel*} get  taken* out.  CHAIN ilw CENTRE  Wilson Creek  Dealers  for  P.M^ Canadian,   Mc-  Cu,lloch one Homelite Chain Saws.  Complete stock of oil models  ���~    Parts anjd repair service.  Telephone 885-2228  FOR CARPENTERING  repaii&Und ANY  ODD JOB:  !   i -  ���       y  -  N. MITCHELL  Phone 885-9582  PRINTING  BUSINESS!*  ISOCIAL  PERSONAL  A Copniplete Servicl  |    T^IE TIMES  I PhoWe 885-9654  <.  ' ?���  I  X s. ,. B-HjaFlf WTO^g?rf{r. -  -j..:.  ��.    ,      -' -      ���  The Seihelt Pentnsuio Times, Wed., May 13; 1964 Poge 3  Wilson Creek notes  -By Mabel  Wagman  FOLLOWING THEIR suceessfurfsqaare dancti at Wilson Greek, the Sechelt Prorrienaders held, another  event;! aj Roberts Creek, concluding a series o|f dances  for this* season. 7  ^-Included in7the affair was  a Chinese smorgasbord catered by {Wong of Port Mellon.  S^uara! dancers, from surrounding- areas enjoyed themselves  thoroughly, participating in the  dances! and en joy ing. the tasty-  Chinese dishes served by the  helpers in oriental dress, which  blended in with' the Oriental  Atmosphere of the ; evening.  Anolper novelty" j used ! was  *pap|r i Sams'-- for door tickets  which !was  a  delightful j idea.  deadline.- bat lost it much to  llis disappointment as -it- would  nave'ijeen^the Iar*��S5t caught?  Regardless W the thought of  losing- his catch it" = gav�� him  - and other members" the encouragement of knowing therie were  so many in this lake and -they  all are* looking forward to next  year's event. .    ' 7}  PRINCE  GEORGE  BOUND  Tbe.Rev.\C.S. Lutener and  Mrs. Lutener of Wilson j Creek.  A lafge.20"foot mirror caressed    are moving to Hazedtonu B.C;,  tho^ back of-!.the~��S��ige which    325 - "miles    north   of   [Prince  decorated -��*ilh many Chi-    George. Planning torrent their-  jhome are highway patrolman.  Constable  Dean  Saunders  andr  Mrs.   Saunders,  from   Vancouver. : ]        f   -I      -   !  was  nesei .designs,-and sayings.  Criers' were Maurice Hem-  stre-1 of Sechelt, Harry Robertson if iGibsons and Bud Blatchford J of. Roberts Creek-  b;  GAINS CREDIT  FISH DERBY  , Th ? boys of the , S^chalt Junior iRod. and Gun! Club,i from  Wilsuja Creek and Sechelt, par-  ticip itt d in a fish; derby", beltT  at  Jalinaw   Lake jon   Sunday,  May J3l,  which  was  under the  leadi rHhip -of senior  ntembers  of tie Rod  and Gun Club."*���**"���  Mi ny fish were j caught; with  Ron C iJdweil of West Sechelt.  the  in md winner for thei largest   trrut   cat|ght,b which   re-  ceivt -d   first    prize.    Mr. i and  Mrs     Bfll , Rankin   of  Sechelt  ente'ec   and  Bill  received'; the  pleaiuie    of    winning    sefcond  130,000 Co-op                                       r .         ,  j             WORK GETS WELI^rWayoa clearing of site for g'aP��tt5*r���S%  i                   the  new  Co-op   store  on  Marine  Drive.   Gibsons. tte foeadVas a tfarilL  Credit   goes   to  -Mr. \ -Tom   Buildingpermit was granted at last meeting of council Referring to kr. Peterson ��  Lamb for clearing land around    and _ estimated CO$t  is 7about $5G.00G.  Situated  next *tO Gibsons Landisg Story there a  5St   John's   United  Church .of^ the new bank building, reail and .side_ parking facilities a. map of?th�� homesit^s ef the  JS'dson Creek.  AWAY* WORKING  Mr.":Harry Nicarack erf Wilson Creek, is now with the Gardiner Logging Co., near Quean  Charlotte City.   \_;=.,        I  will be available.  People places - ��S things  almost  trou  Secbeit Band, it would bt useless to start ^digpn; at tbe  mouth of j Princess L&iszs*. be-  cau5�� tbe] Americans have already dug every iaci of"that  deserted land. The Tsiddts at  the mouth of Cariscn ic-reelc-  might not j have bees deg. The  '*  for   the    largest    trout    Creek  NEW-ARRIVAL   *, -! - _   Rosy and Afcx7S��mPk��5S  CnogratuiaUons on the birth cf   WELCOME TO Mr. Douglas Wheeler,-ear" new editor.    ^ orchard, near Mr. Phzls  s sonb Mark James, born to We hope that his family JwiiT enjoy the Peninsula as    aei*" houx^- ctoSi* ^ tht\jiarien  Mr. and Mrs. David Lucken much as ours does. Our ocean highway is full of boats  of Kiumat, May 2,-1964. Proud 'these ^.g DodW00ds and maples are in full beautv.  grandparenu are sir^amygra. ^ six eagles are building a .-nest. It must be an apartment.  -   '       ���* ���..���-- Swallows   are   hns\-   in   and   out    i  ���   "   ���-   ' ���  i1  i.   Collin Spencer of ; Sel-  ?ark> also won a first prize  he most fish caught, j  (Dan  Currey  of Sechelt,  landed    a : four-pound  just before 2 p.m..: the ^people.  Reside in Gibsons . . .  at  '1ST.  *  * The office grouch is thinkings  -about! seeing a psychiatrist. He  says ! he's -.beginning   to   like'  Bingley, Wilson wed  St Bartholomews  Swallows  are busy in and oat  ef the attic. Billy was fascinated   by   th4   humming   birds.  Latest   arrival   is   the   Sfeiler  Jay.   which.", in   sunlight.]"has  the  most .startling- purpte-bla?  color.   These   things   and" the  sciool children across the road  ffrdm us are a constant source  \of interest . It is psychological  "finding that every thought has  la. tendency to proddce  an  ac-  jtion.  ^  "     -^-  ;   This     \iewvt   this ���-pfelsant  "place,   this   happy   atmosphere  I Halfway around the second lap.  jwhen a rough calculation indi-  fcated ,a total swimming dis-  I'tanee ,of 223 feet. we .decided  f to rescue him. I'ra repulsed  fby snake=, but I suddenly - re-  f called ia time in Duncan, .a re-  | tired icoioiel bad the most  I beautiful roses in town. When  j asked !wfaat sprays he used he  I said, TThe best friends to my  1 roses- are the-common garter  ;i snakes:- I take my car to an .  ^open-field and collect snakas  I in sacks, bringing them! home  BARTHOLOMEW'S  Church * was  the  scene  of  a  loVely wedding on May *9 when Sylvia Margaret,  ^bnli' (laughter of Mr. and Mis. J. R. Wilson of Gibsons  becjame the bride of Lloyd Evan only .son of: Mr. and  L. Earl Bingley, Reverend p. Harris officiated.  dark-haired  bride  chose ~~,      ~ j  - I  Mrs.  7  Tlje  7a dress, cf full-length nylon  over! taffeta with lace appli-;  ques   covering   the   skirt,   full  ! length lily point sleeves, jewr  ellecl neckline and empress cut  ���wai.-itlme. A tiara held heFBouf-  fanti "-eii and she carried a  boifi'ue;t of yellow roses, white  carnations and white daisies.  Her attendants v-ere: .Mrs.  Venjia Helina in blue nylon and  is   thought  provoking  demand-  ;ing actions Action td us is writ-  |ta  my! garden." We  hape  this  !in^_^     .'-��� - *   : f snake ;wiil   take   special ^care  *s 'Annie is five-montbs-old now-: |of our;rose bushes in thanks.  7at- the  magical  age when  she! j    SittSg" in the car in the carets not so much trouble and has: (port   waiting   to  go   cut.   who  "become   a   real, personality   of    sboaid) appear  bat fa   bximble*  Mis-f Earbara Nimmo and Miss    turning they wij^rtk'da m Gib-  mart  w  'and  th  'Wiliion  The  J- ,R:*'W. 3Iason proposed the  toast to the birde.-The servers  were the bridesmaids, Mrs.  Gerry Clarke, Mrs. Pat Hogan,  ife. Janet Dojle and Miss  Judie Burke. <  The bride chose a pale aqua  knit suit with white accessories  for her going away outfit. The  couple left on a motoring trip  for   their   honeymoon,   on   re-  her <��vn. When Mr. Cope came  to call, Annie gave him a big  smile . For other visitors, if  she is not* sure of their friendliness. she| will size them up  first. (  j A few days ago*a neighbor's  _Elkhound  fell in our pool. He  bee. He explored two hangins  baskets of artificial flowers-  He tried each Cower until -he  was satisfied that tiere was  no honey. The"children agreed-  since the bee-had to pas* fniit  trees in bloom and other flowers   to   get   to   these   baskets.  Bay beer parlour, looks like  in interesting siiddea liitic- d  has been ! so ^recently { vacated  that there is "a'big communal  iron  pet  itdl. there. \    >  .Te���aafers    .-I .        Thcr*   are  ina^v- bcSls. so tne. building activity,  some logging. �����*  Sagih-  . aw Laks. !B�� .tisere dfpstft appear to tie- any  store! facilitxej  available^! it   is.  justr| pc^:s2bie  that   a*- few   good   logs   for   a  Coat, a cabin and a '^ouple of  enterprising "feSows   'cpxdd   operate   2   jammer  busfr.efs   on  the   lake.- Those   higi��powered  boatmen  {w^tild   iast-flofe   to_  tear  down   tbe   lake : to-spend  their-- money,   it   then* -was   s  little rstore there. Frasl* is 'getting along: so'well on the "cattle  ranch that U-yesr-old"|otgi-has  put an adi in-the Asfccitift| Journal "to _apply if or a job. jfwe  tave snore cflzzrs than7:**! can;  handle, se   ��iH   publish |them-  here.        I       - .!    1   -  John Hind-Siroth  Mjrna Hetherington dressed  alikir ii yellow nylon. The at  tendan s bouquets v\ere jellow  and writte daisies.  The pride was given* in mar-  sons.  Out'of town guests were "Mr?.  C. I. Wilson, grandmother of  the bride from Garden Gro\e.  California.    Mr.    H.    Baldwin.  scratched and barked, staj-ing 2 that .the bee_ must be g-hded  in. one spot. Whereas be: could f solely by form and colon  have swam around to the stairs % Middens are in* the news  and got himself out. He had;to | again, -because of the -feCow  be rescued and he bit Jobnny | near \1ctoria selling the sfaeE  lightly in thanks. Today a I dirt for-topsoil. Long age. in  snake, while sunning himself! I Kitsilano. we tried it It is  fell in. He "tried target out" and. | wonderful staSf for a vegetable  explored fhe  entire "perimeter.! j garden.. These   artifacts   they  Refrigeration  j      . -71  POST* MELLON!    |  TO PENDfR. HARSOUt  Phone-88S-223T ]  ��� frem 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  R^. BM-9949  riagb py her father. The best  . Mr. and Mrs. F. Baldwin. Mr.  as ,Mr.   William   Hehna*-   R. Baldwin^ Miss M. Pero. Mr.  ; us&ers were Mr. Da*.id  a'nds Mr. James Dixon.  ���ecepiion was held in th2  Hall   at   Gibsons.   Mr.  and Mrs. Richard Burton all  of Vancouver and Mr. and Mrs.  G. Lewis from North Vancouver.  ��- ���-t r-**ft**  T.      . tr. ���:*. -.-*-.*  ���   I     .- ..*��  '_' ���*. 'Vi '   .  ���<-"  y.*   .   .  ���i.v.��j; *:-t��: 7     * ^  ������>:. .^-r-.v- . --- -    - -  ���_.-.    ���j-.-'g.^ -. *.  ���s-^yiw^^**..  Mr. and "Mrs. L. E. Bingley  ���ECHELT:Um SERVICES  PORPOISE BAY  (Sechelt}   B.C,  - r��� *  Afr Charier 6 Aircraft Maintenance   , ;  Fishing  Hunting  Freight  Air Taxi  Contract Flying  Sightseeing Tours  Timber Cruising  Air Ambulance  PHONE SECHELT S35���95���� AND BOOK FLIGHT  ��� i .in wimr^*^m*Bl****^r*nif*'~^r*'^**^*9*m*&***^**~^**r*^r^*"  tye-  .     a ��-    -'     t  -zx  '  -'  ^ *  5--  -��  V  �����  ��.  1.  �� ������  <��� ..  f  < -  t- -  \  ^  *a  t  ���a  *t     ��.  "*        .  -1  -f ��� ��� 1. ,       -hi  *������*>�����* I -���  * t.  ,i.  ��� *B^ r"  .* - *."        ���   . i  ..v"* .- ' ���*  Lions  Editor,  ���**i.  M  "V  Poge 4 TJKe Se-heft f>.n.ns.1o T*im^Wed.,>aoy 13  ���2���?*-,���7���i : "^~;: /^  Thelleadetykiq   /'  ' ' "-���I #H   * ' ���   _  'th*  Sir���Througl  your -. ����*"  thank! al  rosisi^l  Lions'- C|ub's  fast on  Kin  in of  Auction project.. As in  .around h^mi.and-s  tion of merchandised  5 ^EXNIIR, a mai  gave ! Wif  service  AucWn  many^ parts  weekend^  adctionee^ Joe]  uccessljully disposed  deral Governmi  a*,'all. It'was  thdnks  Times   ,  the medium of  vvspaiier,   !i    wish   to  the people who pat-  Ihe    Sunshas    Coast  ub's   Pancake   Break-  m other's day.  A special thanksi to Mr. Ted  the use of his  eninsula Motors,  to his  stafp forj  tion.  Fairwell   for  showroom at 7  Sechelt,   also  th-2ir   cQ-dperr  J.* BennerJ,  Wes dent,.  ���'    Suns vine <kiast Lions Club  msi&a4iw report  ya the community,  Ito  the  Kinsmen  |oon had a crowd  of a good selfic-  JSditor, Tne Timesi  -Sir���With   reference   to   the  arfcle I have -just pad, 1 wis*  refut- the statement made  tie |roi>ort|epr  to  by  Times, Ottowo Bureau  TIME ^flLL! decide whether Prime l-i^inistei- Pearson *  and feisr^ovfemmeit have performed an jact of superb states Tia^-hip o r 1 tave beaten a "frightened ahd  ignominious\re-treat. At Quebecf City twa* things were  made plain to the provi ices including Quebec. Ottawa  hajd ..gone' as [far-as jl c itild in] tax afoaietpents except  as  compensation" to  pfb'inces r? ���-    -rb'"���'"       ~~~*?-  ready to tak.* on the Jul} cjst to ),is hired roanV There will  qf : shared welfare-and jothbr be \ am small compensation,  programs. Not onl",- was tie, For7the first time \a Federal  Canada Pension plsjn final <x- Ta^ wilr be deductible from  c2pt7in small detail putjpnv-    taxable. iAcome. ;        -=t=-  ��� only if they o.fered a plan of    fy ^t6er iC3tares of the\iretreat  fnmvj Qu ibec.  The  fankly   al-  ���-Opinions by our  Tyson. Ujob Tyson,- Rudy  cU.7': lASb   Johnsas  iwork  manybpays cte3ri��g,.,an  ingTthe, jsarlt. sit* y  .Mr. lTasl7"OSb��rne  Osborn,!?' logging Co  vidod 'W donkey  -M  also  pifidMr.   Ted-. ~/J,--  to operat/yfeinis,,-Mcfcon  ging Co/put U^^gra-Jgr/into  help the projteb ^fr, Osborne  deserves a great deal of crc-  dltUor st>'arkJig th? .fiiujcei.  At this  time the  Village of   -  Sechelt  was  not   incorporated-  In 71958,  the improvement  of  Hackett park  was  undertaken ,,&  a5 Sechelt'*-* Cc'itcnni?r project   -  and from then on the Village  of Sschelt has spent consider*  ably on the Park,7 as f^er at- *H  tached Uist. This is only ja par<|  ttal   list  but twill;! correct-the*,;  statements    mad?    by    unin-    .  formed reporter. -   ��.#- ^  Editors   Notei The  report*-"?  In! thel wintler, and, spring tt  ia3S-is64l   a    group    of    mer, ^.*-*.��   .,���.���+^.^   .  Messrs. Toro Parisli, Leo Car- referred to has already applo-  son 1 Rok Larson for.  and- thc <gized to Capt. Dawe. Vte now  late   Rcta , Lttrsenf Jr.,   Curly consider the matter closiedJ  \vhich the Fc  approved. :    i io��4iice   deal   bv   whiclj"  the  There is*no doubt  that] "ftar province will continue its\ own  was responsible for the $ub;e- paints t0 families of I6\ana  quent   negwtuitions   with. Que- n-jjear-oW    students    abd \ be  b-v but it Iw'is not a political Wntpk:nsated by Ottawa/has Vno  fear of losing? Quebec yotcs. It rn^nciai    implications.    It Ajs  was nol reail-  a fear of Qm^c ^fay  4   concession to JvhAf  < Un    *Van **    eh^r    1 n*t% "  t|��o fear that the*   sc^.s to  rest of Canada, might write   iff  the French .fpeaking province.  The right Vb "opt" or "cm-  Canada,  ,the   Quebec', attitidc Premier  was-being interpreted morp and get,   the  mjn'j-a'; a gridual **opting oil" has.-'-agr  of!C]onf^deratfon. > ment of  .r.-.*1  :'V*y  m any a rather silly  rigidity ty the Quebec Government   over   provincial   rights. \  Thie sanij can be said of the  tract out" 'ipr joint proje ts student "jbans-thafc.can now be  wlrdt^j fall "within Provinc at administered by ;5any pirovince  jurisjdiction t|nd:r the Britjsh if it so d|sires. There may {evcn  NortiY America Act is not on- be some] advantage to this,  reastotiable m principle, what- BUt, flr the, .L-principle pur-  ex ejr1 one ma>- thiak of the e- pose nf jfaining a National Pen-  suits).  But to| English speaking sion Pla\  as well  as helping  inj*   in   Ottawa   that,   Quebec,     1965-66  mtist.   be   kept   in   the   family,    years of  Lesagei with his bud-  Federal Government  rd   to  further abate-  two pflr cent oM^ier-  ;n|is was tlje basis of reason-    sonal mepme tax for the years  nd   19GG-&I,   the   last  the present tax shar-  that   a   Canada "Pension   Pan    ing   agrtepentsi   Cost   to   the,  if   ir had not,  proven,  as ,fcx-    Federal Treasury will be about  'peered, to be a unifying fofce    $200 mill on.     *      . ���:  at" "east mart not divide. It The Canadian taxpayer is,  mav we'l hive been part of 0r course7, indivisible. He has  th? reasoning in 'Quebec 'City, one "pocketbook from which to  Meanwhile) Canadians hav| a iwy tax^s to Ottawa and the  pe^n'^ion plan which theyl-n&ay " province! It matters' little h>  like a great deal better."l]t &ill    him if, by paying higher I'ed-  , cost more or the r.ext |l5 cral tajdes, he���avoids hiiber  >ca'-s at least. It will be,J**-ter provincjjjrtaxes;,  in stardng. The Governjnfcnt What!^oCs matter is the de-  will be doing well if it cart bet gpie of J essentiality ih the ex-  cejntributions started in J3S66 pendiUtrl. Tlii*! lis'the priniaty  and the first pensions, paid in reason fehind the new Feder-  198" In adjlition, substaniat al-Provi|cial tai stru c t u re  savings by Canadians are in- conrrnlttle, It is to study priori-  vohed v-hich may be ver>' m-~~ties in expenditures both on  podanuU Cinada is to meet Federal and Provincial levels,  mote of its capital naedjs out Ottawa's first answer to Que-  ofl i|ts own riithor than fijirr^ga.    bee's   djemand . for   more   tax'  revenues at-the expense of tlte  wa. Por all this ike has]{modified his own pension plan and  p&mised that if lie "opts out"  of a shared cost brogralm tand  receives compensation in pew  tax abatement, he will 1 carry  on the program inl tbe prpvpee  for the timeyijemg).   .    7  |  But Lesage has done ' one  thing "more ' which in imnort-  .ance could dexc����d t>oth tharuf  a National Pension ,Plan and  more tax tnonies for the jirov-  inces. He 4has said th^t j this  compromise displayed tj|e true  spirit of Confederation ind he  has shown himself willing to  risk^assuming in the Pjrpvince  of Quebec ths taahtcl of Confederation against,ithe extreme  Quebec nationalists within, and  jyithout his own party.j If the  compromise fortifies Lesaf e for  this task, the "benefit" !o| the  ���compromise wall "far ��> coed  even ^e material benefits of"  a uniform ' ��� national pesisiori  plan and "the First step! -towards bringing Federal and  Provincial taxing resources in  line with their spending responsibilities.      : j ..{.���  tie public mind with the jaspF  rations of the neW Quebec; It  ij not'fully realized that  ��� ,-hereas & 1346, Federal! spend-  \ ing was almost three tiirt'es] U��?t  jol the province? and miiinici-  "^alities together, today! the  snareniif ^'pending of th|j brov-  inces add: mtinScipalities; slightly exceeds that of the federal!  'GovWnment,: although tlte com7  MnM expenditure of all three  bvclsvOf government represent,  .ppraximately the same share  ��f pe\gttoss national product  t od^iy j^s l they did in \ ,^046���  iiatftcly koout 32 per cem.|Fur  therr, thiiv tread to more f pro  flowers- to  sav  n^s.  \X\:z new p  cent'of anything over $600 7 raid    of morj revenuesiron. Otta  ab has wipiM but    Federal  the  last excuse for not hrfat- ly "wai  ing ths pension contributipnl as report  a'tax. With Ihe 'possible ��x<|cp-; timed f  tio'r  of the Armed. Forces   md and    a  RfcHIP when: learly retir|qn^nt early  a  niace it alm&kt irnposslfele (to tiat  st;  Mtegrate-  with   service  .plfris;f ntents  eyejfyone   earning .more  Dl > a year p��ys:  IT bis   cpmpiii^orj* featt|rev  tlji.3' seJJ-amfaoyco* will   ^v"  tiani ;there w  .     (to Que  for 7 inpe  ixrfaig ir   iBut ~a  /sdnife   grumbling.7  The   far ner v-zsp^ech-  have   to!  contributle  ���*  for  hindeif but   l).5  i, :������  mmmmti  Treasury7 was obvious-:  and see.'* An interim  f .the  Committee   is  r the end of the year  definitive   report   as  possible in  1965.  At  ge further tax abate-  ight  be "justified  and.  uld have been no loss  ec  or any other prov--  mcial and ! municipal ! s >end-  ing in relation to Jfederal! s wnd-  itig is alitne-st certain to] continue.  CAPITAL Hl_l CAPSULES  The  Hoiuse  of Commons' at  .(fHtawa has adopted a "childr  ren's bour*' on Xtrial basis. It  occurs   after   the   tegular   10  o'clock   ajdjournmept  orj  ^Ion-  day   Tuesday    and. THuisday  nights. At fhe .tinteVany opposition . member *��1p\ &" fcls  aggrieved 'because  tM  speaker ���  has   silenced Jumi durind  the-  Question period ^!or 'triatbsiImim-  sfer has hbtZproperly angered ..  itis questSra has seven r^ijrmtes '  to   state   that   grievancef\ The **  minister or his parliamentary  secretary, have  three   miputcs  io reply. Only three grievances  isrill be heard each night.,1 The  de;a is excellent and the! pfer-*  'ordnance '��� may -improvej Vp \ to  io%y it ha!s been sptpethln�� less  ban adult    * "-=-: j  Lonnehjerg  P  F0UR1 LlTtLE   fairies,  Joy Hansen  the 14di#s at  0RPGJ5E  AGENTS  ��� PORTABLE WELDING  j anyone*?  {pthyt Oike. Diana Hicks,  nsen^' all r^ady  to ,sell  he Tea.  Tina  their  m mum  WE SPECIALIZE IN . . .  m X MACHINING >- REPAIRS  \ON  EOR:  SCOTT FOSTER!  a (>xygen & Acetylene7  c4no>:  Welding Supplies  PHONE 885-'*737  llstien  nbt    that he  per    where J  r. Lesage -had a.budget!  ;o make! and demanded:  be put In the position  le could: give assitrance  "I'm all fdE-progr*3ssj,'*  JUnele  Dodd; Buckner,  wqsh I dMn'i tave "to  it. What Wit**r jet pl^i  trucks,  hot  rods,   motojrcly  power- mpwrers, ��hi-fi ntits  tiiSt brassy tmisy* ttie7 tdd$  ry arodnd in their shiijt  ets,   progress   will   event  fleafeh ht nil."���'  savs  but'I  to  iiesel  >'cles,  and  car-  pock-  rually  HEIOJ  ,-1-  You Saw It In 'The Times'  ZfPHT^ MOTORS LTD,  or��p_ pleasfifd to  Qppojilt  E^NE^ RU Clmi^)  OS  toi  feltOn  for  represer~itGtive  the ^-helt ���  Peninsiila ���  New ahd Usee  tor tjarid Trjut-k. Sct'l*is  G^1.L COliLECT  Bus. TfL,  2-74H  5-3321  ,y    *\ 4�� 1 y>*  a> \  'A       1   Vi^*  H' -y\:-i ���  91  MERCURY  METEOR  COMET     ���  BRITISH FORD  j    I Sec��e_r Pcaa-sofa TiatesJWe-L,, May 13, 1964, Foge 5  = -*-    2   ** ,*  H Mailbag  r *  :. J,  UNDER PERFECT weather conditions*' Pender Harbour High School students cqnducted^tfaeir sixth annual track and field meet. Nootkas proved invincible,  and. won the Robert Boyle Trophy for the 1953-64 school*  year by a big margin of points. ���"' X *  The.- track meet was in a way  a tribute to Mr. Tjorhom who  has worked ia Physical Education at Pender for .six, years.  "Student's helpers ran .the  events, ��� -with- a mil imum of  tecaher Supervision. Many parents came to watch the keen  competition.  The  relays  proved  I  yards--, Rosina Sundquist, Elaine  Klein, Carolyn Gough;- softball  throw, * Carol- Fenn. Rosina  Sundqyist. Pat Sladey; 220  yards. Elaine Klein, Rosina  Sundquist, Jane Dickson; high  jump, Esthsr* Phillips, Carolyn  s. *s   t   '-'  Gough. Carol Fein;'shot put,  the most. Elaine Klein, Rosina Sundquist.  exciting events, but many spec- Carol - Fenn: discus ��� Rosina  tators.kept track of individual Sundquist,-Janet Lloyd, Linda  points to see who was winning Warnoc��"V_ '**_  the coveted trophies for cham-  ���"���.*���!.'  t *,    *>  *      f     ���      " .  Vi<r. -* .  --I**is; ;-���������*���  - V'V *-"*:.     ?   ,'r  ���^r..  **���"    ���   '    -      ,  -.    v..   *V'.-    -t.  * * ��� j*��  ���.***���      %���*  ��� -  ���#*  v  ���      -    .-��� ". :4  *    - -���    .** ���*���.! ��� ��� ..  <**"b r a*"- -'-. J^E*--- i-r . *"�����  j~~%��ft -*r *G?K-   ��  7..-'  *4  ���-��i-na..*��  --���*. j  juOri performance.      ,:  Numenr's scbooj records  were broken, and . this added  points to individual scores to  rhake Jchampionship. totals. The  complete run down of record  "breakers  piohs  INTERMEDIATE   BOYS^--  Broad \ pimp. Syd Lee,". Joe  Brown. Mike Real; high jump,  SydlLee,; Joe "'Brown,'. Robert  Nicholson "and Allan Wallace;  100 yards, Syd Lee, Joe Brown,  Marilyn Rogers  Under Twenty Interviews  %  By Jaha Larsen  ���^^ events in the Me of Manly  will appear m the Pen-   SSnn-^^Tsvd^- Rogers this year/The mostfiiBportant one is the reie^k  Nicholson; 220 yards, Syd Lee,**  der-.Harbour .New? column next  -ff��rg^j v^Bube^pcfe   of "Ladybug Ladybug," her first ratnie. Thesecond lis  vaulu Lenny Lee;7 Mike Refd,   her surtfH^th  toliuiay. Both are landmarks for the  }     by Bessie gjttfe  " -��� ~- f - I  Dear^ Etssia:_ Ths -|ir!f I   ��>  with.:'cbries ffcet dm-at-stat^.  S&e sayjjtfe-sre is no^iaij, between fe��* and a'-cpepif .o| boys  tbets:   Yfl : she bwritfss'* theai  _qaite c*.feh asd- ti*iy wnte-  Iut tellies her-- 't&iy ���ok*  her ard like' bar.. Whcft Lmeo-  tioa ' thiBt s,it says - fo 'arget  thera. Hew am. I ta fiftd ist if  they, rn^fe btr fe*E As . f; she  wishes the -were, going mth  thamr instead *cf me*? Whjv/eaa  f. da about "her ���tee? ��*a'*.���  Worried, b   , -     * -; }       :|  7_   *    -*--    y f  y \ -���  -Dsar   Warrisd:- Tdj  slggrst  "ysa . be   proud   tfeas fyot   : are -  going-witit a firi wfeo fca*<^i|?r !  fans. The  fact  that thef fang  - liked  face  vhara -sie[_cjad *ta ���  Eve sh��KiM make >tdu |ee|;foad  T*iher'tjdu* jtaiaus. U|. y^l"-^1^  - about "ferr cil frk-eds! y4f "ars? ;  -Bkaly talfret her. rij^t ^ut of  ycur life J 5Tby not ju|t *|;:sa?-"  isEed that-sls-'s* ia jlsafl .Uniti;  cow . aaii tbat -ytju"re|"thp -guy !  t&ats dating, her? Z   -^  "f '-  :   "���: J "  7    7      I"-   I   I     -     -.  Pender sladenl,:  for ^t seho!o:  LCvDA Hstrfy 'ofj^e^def Har*  - bcur has be��rF aeceffe| as a:  first yearNArty stadedt" "ly^ihs-  --Vancouver Sdsool cf.--Art|      - (=  --  la order to^becocc?^, fstieet:  at this sciOQi one!nsi*t fafesyt  samples'"jof -*-irk'ar4  ��a*��  a;  If 4.  1  1     .**  X -  -:  ���   '���  �����  .  ��� . .  ...  t  **;.  �����*  i  week.  SENIOR  s'creecxn^   mterview.  I  Linda, fsrho bopes ta7befa prs-i x  SNIOR-BOY WINNERS     !       Mike; Foley;   iW^-rards. Mike    talented  VOUng-actress  whb  has  been work-in*; at fer' 'fesslsnatI artist   exhMlek "sev-f '*  Broadjump,    Sandy - Hately,    Reid,.   Victor   -Dubois,:    Boyd    profession since she wras nise| "��� ������ "���������;������ *f���    eral  seaiitive "portraJa fasasaf -""'  ick Gooldrup and Keith Grif-   Bennett;   discus,y.;Steve   Dedi-    years  old. -- -  |  _r_ -       TUr\i*rmrrr rXm.    ber   wort    Thes**:  **irf��; had    !  ,   T  V  Dick  fith," Graeme -West; ICO yards,  .Joey Hately. ��� Frank .Anderson.  Dick 'Go old r u p; .Shot put,  Frank "Anderson, Sandy Hately, Steve Dediluke;. 220. yards.  Joe- Hately, Dick Gooldrup.  Frank Anderson;- "pole vault.  Maurice Siebart. Sandy Hatc-  iyt jRaimo Savolainen; 440  yards, Joe Hately, Dick Gooldrup, ; Graeme West; broad  jump, Syd _ Lee, Frank Anderson, Dick Gooldrup; Discus  throw, Frank Anderson, Joe  -Hately, Garry Thompson;  SENIOR  GIRLS  WINNERS  * CO yards, Shiriey Gooldrup.  Sandra ' Sundquist, Georgina  Ibey;. shot put, Sandra Sundquist, Linda Hately. June Cam-*  eron; 100 yards, Shirley^Goold-  *rupj Sandra Sundquist* Georgina Ibey; hlgb jump. Shirley  Gooldrup. Esther Phillips, Sandra Sondquirtr softball throw.  Shirley! Gooldrup, Carol Fenn,  Llona Duncan; ,-' broad jump,  Shirley Gooldrup, Sandra Sundquist, Georgina Ibey; discus,  Ruthl Silvey, Linda Hately,  June- Cametoa.-  INTERMEDIATE   GIRLS        *  60 yards. Jane Dickson. Caro-'  lyn    Gough.    Elaine    Klein;  .hroad    jump.     Elaine'    Klein;  Jane Dickson. Janet Lloyd: 100  t rofc was In_a!refrigerator com- 'her   work.   These,7  '*��lu(>i< > had.  -_- Marilya made-the., jamp into! mercial-    This  -.ixnsKdistely- b^ea- oa!dispiay?-%."$se fsciocL-  ^   --._,.-.-. -   _ motkaj    pictur^-i-fTOiH -t_e{ brought   be?   ta   the   ati^sion -hall for % slwst tlta^ pn si-  fatt, Victor'DabffiS.--Boyd Ben-    Broaiway ^age. A measure off of   tdevisfi>n    producers    fsgio traded -.tcock   tavorthiat 'tvzm-  nett; mile. K��i Miaffat,- Robee?  j^- ability is the fact that inj c^t her in parts m -**Star To-     meat   by   -ifcit^r?   th   Nader  Nicholson. --7     her  first picture  she   is   cast| "night,"   three   appearisces :cn High.  .*:] H    f    f  JUNIOR GIRLS    X ' in   a   starring   role.   The   rolef ��-stiKliQ   One,"'   three   "Oaani- .  There were weii cfer lt��sise'  60 vards  Bonni*!Lee  Brenda    aiUs he? weI1*-��a"  Marilyn is j 1^-*  sfeo^,  l%9 **Kraft Tbe- .bundred I students larfiiTt* ia~  Lee-,  Melody "Mcintosh;   broad   -a   k^J*  serusts  young  laiy.| aire.": two. *~US. Seel" shows^ fewer than 1�� cptst��ssfat the:  jump, 3IeIody Mcintosh, ^Betty  hike.   Rt^art   Nlcimlson.   Ken  Moffatt;; S8Q  yards,  Ken IMof-  5-::  Mills. - Brenda Leej; 100 yards  Bonnie Lee, Sally; Hyatt, Gafl  Deller; softball throw. Fay Gir-  acd, kWcndv , Godkin. Melody  -.Mcln��sb _223 yards, Gail Deller, Bonnie Lee, Doreen Sundquist; high jump, j Melody Mc-  JUNIOR   BOYS      I    -  Shot pu4_Rpg2r Duncan; Roy  WiUiamscn, Bud 1 Klein; IfO  yards,   "Roger    Iku&an.    Bud  "Bein, Darby Jteid; high jump.  Roger -Duncan,7 Roy Warnock.  Dud Klein. |Roy I Williamson:  220 yards,  Rioy Warnock,  Roy  ^Williamson, Bud Klein :"_,bro*fd  jump^ Bud Klein,; Rene Cook.  David Malcolm;: 440 yanls. Rdy  rWarnock. - Darby j Reid. Rene  Cook; softball throw: Roger  Duncan,. Roy Williamson,. Darby Reid; SSCbyards, Roy Wft-  liamson.Rby Warnock", Darby  Reid. -":'r:-; I   .. 1-   -     ' ,-*>,  the "Kafeer. Alsnttasum Hoer."*  "Rcate ST'.and most recently,  her t it i r d appearance : in  '-Naked City." ^        j-  -; "Ladybug. Ladybug^ is pro-  diced-by Frank Perry and bis  As Sarah in "Ladybug" she is  a   serious   child   caught   with J  her   schoolmates    in   a    false |  atomic   attack  alarm. -   I  >*I guess I've always been j  serious,*" she tofei us. 'tL-ksgaa j  dramatic training when I was|   ^^f* zieai^sr who is a talented      ^         -.enly-four. This meafit that <Hit-|   writerr-Taey   are   tiie   cou|-Ie  Irttosh "Tap Gerard Brenda ^e of sdiooi I s^nt ralmostl wfao- sarpnsed the movie is-  Lee: shot put - W��sdv' Godkin.- *& ��* *�� time, with adalte. You; chstry with. ti�� award win-  Fav Girard. Betty! Mills- "-. - iC^1^ s*�� r*e really-r never j ting *f David and Lisa." Seme-  been a "child except oa tbe; q^ famn=3r wa^ Marilyn's  stage and now in the, pietare.*'! ^ ^orfc: I saggested the Perrys  When she was nine Marilynl sei her jn "Sound of Music*"  made her Broadway debot asl -They did and Marilyn, was im-  the little girt in :"Hk��e -andv mediaSely cast for Oie pictafe.  Seek** with: Francbat Tone and* Theses-facts rattled off st a  Geraliine FjreggrakL* This wasf -few paragraphs make it aJI  followed by- two years-cat the7: -seem sq".simple. Marilyn ber-  stage in- "Masfc. Man*-*; and a self seems to dismiss the I^ng  year and a. half h\ **Saaai of hours-of training asd the dedl-  Music-'* ;    ;   catbn -to: woiit wfeidi jmast go  "What^-surprised me most} io7 rsto .ar successfai career. She  making "Ladybog" Vas"���ia*| a; is7a snjall giri and .can. liay  large _ number of the children! parts ranging fro a about id to  were not .professionals. Set? 16, has! little time for beys or  they were all good and made? "a social life and. !as ,sbe puts  their i��arts beKevafale: '.Tbei h\. **wouMa*t want to da aay-  efandren   ranged j in age front   tldag IxrJt act. It's my life."  :Art-~ SehdoL-'  LhAa iazd her | parens ��� anr-  to be cc&iiratalatel cast ier ifil-  rlal ssccess.- We **-��".' txf hearing mort; d her ����� ark. |*d *t*e_  fsttare-      ' *    j  }\  1 .��  b  1 ���  \  ...  1 :  ���t-  Linda -HMtsiy  It  TJiQOLD^IS  j b " A dental clinic for pre-scJioot children, three years.of age and over, and  .Grade I students ia now in operation at  the Gibsons Health Centre. j  Applications for treatment jwilt be  received at the Schoot Board ���)ff��c'e until*  May 19th. The dental fee is f 4^00 per  child, payable m advance^  The Board of School Trustee  School District No.! 44 (Sechelf)  I  five to twelve and I tfcinfc t*2ey|  -themfeelves began fe-'beEeve iaC  the story as t&ey pTay-acted,'"  " Marilyn told us.    - |  . -! Proof -! of - -Marilyn's serioasi  ness is; evident i in aiato^  everything ste says ami doesj  The New York born girt was  . sahitatorian ia .pmior high  .schooL Today she attends Pro-*  fessional Cbildten's S.c boat  (she's a junior) and maintains  an A to A-plus average.' V" {  ! As a very ydung child she  played piano, saa* dsneedj  and -arote p^TS, poems >nd  dai a lot oT thinking about -life  and what it's all-about. - SKe*  stiU writes poetry. Her verse^  are seraas and filled "with re-  Cectioas ffli-IHer* -, f  "I was really very tacky "4  the way I got started,**' sh*  said.- "I was taking my dranii  lesson when I was overheard  by a woman in"-the next roomi  Her chlS was on' Broadway|  She telephoned an agent wba  handled her son. Tbe agent  took me on and sent me around  for auduions." !  Marilyn's    first    professional  COME AND ENJOt  7 THE       7 j       ' '-  .{|.j  PENDER HARBOUR  i11  ' li i  MONDAY, MAY Iffh  PARADE ��� 12:30 p.ifi.  CROWNING 4 i:# P^.  JUNIOR DANCE j-/7-to 9 p.m.    -: -'!-���?_ *-  See You On May Day.  i ���  --4 - VISITORS
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resident of Hillside,  spent tljevTapiHcor'eludedbll-e   program,
weekend   at   theX honnle   df, *'.  %Irs\Lab6nte presented  slides \lr\'X,
family [of Liinj;-    o^VVo*™ Guiding to round out   ^-1-*
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forei   entering^ the   fibuse   arftl
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added   gieatly\to   the   enjoy* ■,
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mate^aeling  theHr parts with
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'   an_s, distriA SmUisao^v      ^efr^rir^nis, P 1-us a'iarge   .Hop m.the^etetfl distnet,
MW-Lu -WWav,|\Liei)t, 1st Gib- - ^owl  of >un&   ^ddfed   to   the        Main\ it^Xort j the   agend
LGVuide CdWpanvbMfs.fR.   pleasure   of \the j evenihg    Mr.    WW tb^*co^idevration of esta
and   Mrs.  Graijam   jointly   cut    Mhingtpurchase\ppsses for st
"a-silvejK jjveddirtl's cake and per-    'dtnts^ who live viithiiw^1^1.
sonally vhanded\\pieces   of   it    dis|arice   of   schoks   and   whj
around ajfi*9ng tli^r friends.      v do. *ot qualify for free trans'
of all ihe    Aortation. At thii present uj
highlights   ofv the xP.arty, t thus-   /many of these youngstefsy^
contributing ^asUngXine^entoi   /picked^up  byN the  bus .^ri*--'
of a most imjwtant \iilestone\ / when Hh^y
iin t^ie lie of thexcoupre.-1' \ **-'-
1 In\(the   years\'toXeomte\Mr.
and HMns.    Graham   wilK   by
^ viewing   the   films,   remembei\
1 SOT
\; i^Qill\ skter,   for \Pol-t
\ 'BrWhi^. r.l^s. R.\H.| Cunnihg-
• Xliam.^IrsS.N,   Rudpph,   pian-
-J* lst^iRev\ HamkRei\ and Mrs.
\ Ca^l'oronV.Prograia- a\N follows:
,   NwUginji |bn",the ColorsXO Can-
\     ada^GraceVvvas giVen Mi^Rfev.
MEMBERS  of  thfe  transporta"-
,_,       ..._ „ on   comrnittce 1 met I in \the
rtificate"  a   written   version   ^Gibsons   school > poard
Ca
teron.)   J  , j
iter the/ dinner the
e     introduced.  1 Spi
..„^,   Mrs.  Labonte jai^l  ^*fr\
-Thopas. Toast to the pothers
fribndsj. Jaughter,   musf
\ deYt'bToast to, the Qu^en -j-asl  andb so»g    and    the    echoing-'
■ -*-A-Nk^ Mrs. XJJ SWafmJ Mrs     c"""-"   -* ■"***
everting \ in   Port   Mell\i,
have   room -^acvS
vable* VI .       W5
\ Some ^members thought ^ m
might bffi^ossible - to inaugur^
ate a .system of making! paid
paVses   availkple   for 1 students
in this category with
id^a
\give
Mexpri
tou
presented *B^own Cjwl,
JKif»   with   aN six-year
-  '   \ 7 V. 1 \"
..„„ _^_- t^hMy ias
h[ag and ^iWe^wjere
H^st jeye   aVAviligs
0^ *"lJi
1 X.
l|appy  Anniversary
sound  ot
to\ you.']
v Mr; and ^Mrs. C. Graham
were at! homte to their friends
on Sunday, Iray 3 to celebrate
thair sijver wedding anniversary. They received many love-
ted ta A,dele j^inie-' jjy gifts] =and had a telegram
1 "-*"'-    —j   *--"•      from   lVJ"rs»   Gr%am's   father,
^arneVGallWr and Aiige-
««•' \ rv    ''
*   {s w n Jr^tyf Le d   ^s
guides %l^ere   rbqren" Enemark,
Mr. Dorii, of BirMfr, Manitoba;
a   telegjram   frorrl\ths*S.\ best
that\the adde9"N revenue 'might
a<i|ray, some «f 1 the operating!
costs.- of the 'bdses. \     X
" No de^sibn *vwas reached bi|t>
it was decided to notify parents that in\ases whe*re%'oun|-
sters 'are beinw\picl^sdj up wl|o
live within walking ^distance,
it is in fact a privilege, pass!v.
ble only when tnere^ >k roon^
on the bus. I Vb \» * ^V
Walking dis^nce\limitsv\'ire*> V
l I i 'l\
POPULAR] lisitor |o Gibson**
ast   Wednesckv   vflp's %MC$ .
Tjlie |cra\t, utSed^tk of\v
trafaingjf mOSt^of x-
a well-«no%vh\visRx
toViiHmtjrous \oastal  cpm-
munitie^'along theMJJ.C. coasted on occaisidn make
pow»ts "a|\far' south
\h-rip,\H|fCS\ Oriole
:^d byVmemfers, of
ths (Jibsbps ^tambcr of \orn--
mV^a.   ^<J'l3^^nh|rs  of\the
it^icipa} .cbiMew^ho  Thui
ay^Vcompjan^^^froup  0*
llC4]f^rrv Toulyst GCQunsellors
^a^^tvpi 1
bY&tet; in the day\ teirl Guides
\-ofN^Iocal groi|ps fte?e conduct-
^edv
Pam
l4'
3ejnise "yijtle-
iohn. Bz^es WfH)>presented
(b^browa^!Uas follows: Lpna
WHIutr^r% 'Laurie \$era|fin,
;nay, a telephone'cal\f
Grahamts. brother  o:
ah.dVMrJA Granaf
v    winuc--an»,   liaune  ^oeiauu,   \tf"*anS *U"|r, -'and    Ate.
J; Golden Barl^arraine W«ay\\  N|^dM\AfM8niibRelattvV^n)
I" Maty    Mueh^amp, ' wcA-^Vyri«^>J^>^ >* Po-rlNlSJpl
..' ^raffir^nd}\V^ie\En^iTrk, Wo^|\%^^-lr^[ndAMrs
*7]*Ww''r['e'V',Msai1  Fearis, '^k1
bl7C&ia Har *
inan, Mr.-R. RickstftaWftourte-    Grades-pne\ to three,, up "6A5V4.K.
-3..   - .lr„u .^i.&.I-      -----   --L-W1   fV^and^yp^
Graham's s^ter^dtidL      fhe ^ool^btidgetr-js stre|c^ ■•
3Vlr*s.    miles;    gi-ad^s
a    three  mUe^V^b
7:-i^ed-Jo 'tftVUmUV & this—UtaiKv,
•       _^.: ^ I---L11   :-.   the  \^s
-^HJ^rtxWngel;,    Wii\^,    Ati
^ \ *y y^afee. Jamjeson, xxterif^
Vl niaper    and.   Bicycite;    *
\i,Sej|afin, Lorraine Mclv.ay,
'\M1cehle11kamp and Valfiriex
/     ntaicki I ICollectoij.    Guides
^taSrjBingythe'\ ceremony fr
' OranthaW'sv   Glide    Cdi
Mkamonto*imammpiiap
RUa\ CLEANING
and DEMpTHiNG
Day or EyVning Appointtnen
Done Rikhi In Yoyr
OwinHbme
._  Jud^ OfV-^!
' and   Mrs>'
making ^Vlricrjikse in
system, impossible.\
Total transportation costs
ebruary,   *64|for\l93 ^sch
^North   Vdhc^l,$& 933.85-   w^s \ govern me i2t
owrofi*\%?h¥reabIe,    thV non-shareibL
urnabfeiA «..ia,..> »h- --^ne   \ \-\
■S
Mrs. ^K'^tewdrVxMiS' Kj&Ji ^-b_ J \   '
1  CpW^e\^llW^ib-Y|][^^^Qj|« j    \
IBLE
<^^oiiUt*ti)tM^
--     ~86-989fl
'      *   mj,UMIIUU|
* K/SSK*e,
* -+*W~^V)ft^-V.r
7 and 1Mb. >L  sWn; \f
I \MrA.  N^Marleau of \
and    many    friencjs
_b\ Hellon&Xjlefi'e^
_ ef^seirVed aWlN^ tW
\^e|dding'Sc;ate''cii^ to siHt
sion. \   \      \
^MEETING V V       '
\ The WA to Port MellbnTCnra
i^unity    Church    h exl d^   tB^f
en  ff
thitee-mon"
^OJi  Satu'
Kenneth  ""
new
Mrs. GjuoMr Mad-
left  Gibsonj^for a
visit to  Demmarr.
ly, May 16j\Mrs.
i^fann with aaUgJi-
gsan^^d  Heather l\v^ll
Iliuiaaaj V^1IU11.I1        II C 1 Ut      Ul^ll \   . ifta-"-      *TIlV   >       i        *. X*i
monthly meeting on Mfcy 4 an"3**b^ve %a Msit to Mrs. XM:-.
it Was decided ^o hold abx^Ige    Mann's.  «^C\ l"    F^lmoath,
aad crib evening on the 2(Jth    EP^9d*     " <fm N-
of May 1 at 8 o'clock*.     , -      Correction—%^Citiren:    JA-
\_1 daughter,   Karon  T^awn,- bosn
, to #!r. x-and   M\s'\ M>femdfek j
. (nee? BlakemhifJ^t" St. Maryfs
FOR,  QUICK  RESULTS Hosp^al.   * \ \^ \   v—     X\ \
-{        ^
USeNtiMES ' CLASSIFIED
a number df Inteifetked  \l5sxltors who
HMCS^^riole   returneor**ri-
^daV^ymbrnin> to "Esquimalt. the
sh^^syvtsit to, Gibsons followed   X      - *
a vcriiisex\yto   VaticouverAand-b^   V' ' 1
ComoXib7 ■' -,V. V . ■>      ' \   "^V   \"* !
\  . --k->. -. ■-. .>~-- \ ■ V
TTJeutehant Comman#r Wal^-
^r^ln, :an interview vfeith The
tMe^ queried the ^situation regarding anchorage! at Sechelt
and expressed the lopinion that
perhaps at a later date it
would be passible to arrange a
visit.
.-I
You can always tell a'newly-
we| in the supermarkeU'.slgj's
the!: one who squeezes the^n
of soup to see if it'^. fresh. "
go^**
\~We are pledled'tc|anno«we>\fr^t-in\rde^    provii
\foster, mofe* set|ic^fe!nt senJroe^w- Gipsorjs ai*id Dis-
4 V,        ,     \     j\ -'&'ct residfri^^.
■WjE OPENED i
nCUE ^ALES AGENCY
daV. M^^Rtii; 1964
IMjfc^!'*^ and the" Agency
iQcatidiWrhe
to|E DRYGOODS
Nw^oiTvaTlf %e oble~to pteceXoll your cdtolo^ue
ord^,\pick up parcels, cpeni ne\v accounts, mike
paymertts,'deal wfth retu'ns,|adjus|merits and ;er-
V NAvlG^nght1 hers iri,Gibson*^   b
We look forward to servir g ypu ir_ our new ogen< V.
Simpsons-Sears Limited
v Pnone - Gibsons 886-2?52 ^-���%g^^ ' *'",v-  mt ilTn  I    M una  K:  Fudge section for kids . ; .  (  .1  The Sechelt Peninsula TimesjWed., May 13, 1964 Pc$e 7    they will J Uve feu Sed**  * .their vrerJdm*c     i  af'cr  eoiy met oi news  morrow'spipes*  ?  '                                  -           b*                              -                    --I            .         1  "���        .            '                           ..'               "   '      -     *     *  -          *       :.-'*.   *'"���'.'-;.  , *  ���    ,           ��� -*���                -            '  ��� ������*���'��� J   - ' ������*"���' ������:**���-. ':;  ��� ���?���/.    vi-vX-V-.i  ^���������^.r^*-:*^:*..^ ���  ft '  i  A.  1  7  ��� i     -       ���  i  i  ���  -j*   Mr.  . \ by ED GREEN  IF THE  RESEARCH chemists  dabbling around  with  Is' wood pulp go much ffurther ^ou'll soon be able to  tj>uy your morning paper,* read it, sprinkle a dollop of  chemical on it and eat it* You will not only be well fed  but you will also keep; yoiir,figur!e, "No Pots With Pulp"  might well be the slogan]of the future. ;7-  J Mostly everybody knows that   - ��� -:  ; -; ���r���:-  Canada produces enough;news-     what-nots   from, breads   meat  print every day to wrap >ip all    and   potatoes-and   were   thus  the fish and chips for the next    able to put it in much smaller  ten years. Just think of jit; we    buf7 more expensive packages.  "won't even need the fish and    They knew that a prime steer,  chips.  The   mills  ban  produce    a plump chicken or a prancing  "Ine  new  *nacon  ing paper; ham sandwich for ed grass-and other plant life  nloon and roast beef for! night, into daiictous; nourishing food  The possibilities are endless.* so it was only reasonable to  AH this started three thou- eliminate t his troublesome  spnd years B.C. and the clever "middleman**;business by mak-  CJiihese  were  the  cause of it   ing   a  tasty  dish" out  of the  It-  k  : %-h,{- ���'^r*./  * . -*    ..���"*���  '���>���       " ."."a    ���'���>  35 ���� "arJVAJ-       -.  \>  f  L  Under, die weafier  Joe Head is still a p>i'4"i*i_n  Pender hospital] l>'r.e t- ' px-  p?cted hime in the nt**;". \bCjSc  or so. Happy to? sec Jajr't rF--  dred andfXortn R'iNm jp ani  arous<T again 'after if.-Sr forced holiday. Mrs- i^ra't Pa I  is recovering from i j.i'ide.'*  illness. Get *eii *kxj*j {Ur��h.  Good toi��e Mrs. B*'-*;| I.^n-  nenberg Around the Vi'i'ge t'he  cthii- day. * also Mni <~ i>r<txn  from    MaddJepoiiiC- j  Article fin ��� Vancc-vfr-\?*p:r  re   otse "of; our   Sel.*|ja : Park  neighbors"   Mrs^E^"!-"'^   Fm-  layson,:    jfeged . "5.     $h��*v - ���*as '  named! *US64   lions   Cajnsti^r  -Mother."* j she" !says.,   iodi**��  motkees ire definitei). oter in-"'  "dulgent " | She go*?*  onli   iay .  that  she l*as-, very   stnei "w:Jh ,  Pancakes anyone?                        4  wsprint   in.Jany  flavor;    jamb were nothing more than    THE SUNSHINE COAST iiions Club pictured  working- ��7 ct_ktren',_te*'il^'t|u"��:e'*��  and eggs fcfr they morn-    cellulose  converters  that  turn-'          over   a   hot  griddle   while  mothers   wait  in   dining    that mot hen with str.zill child-  ner-    ham   sandwich   for     *��d   pr��sj;-and   nfhi��r   ntanf   t��f����             _    j..   .-   a.      _- _:_:_   ��,-��-,        .  **..      ....      .  �� ;       �� sr    . I,   room ready to be given the Royal Treatment/  all. He-made paper from pulp  -and.since he didn't know how  to- convert It to food he went  into the restaurant business  wfith   dried 7 duck   and]   birds  cordwood pile. _  They succeeded, quite by ac  res should stay home ajsd not  work. Jf ft. nrfayson m> is hon-  ore��F for *ber work in .oj-^ask-  iag lbg. Ladies j _S*wt6g t Circle  at Lions j Vk*w*S senior citizens -.  bcaisisg project; in E����st Vfti-  o^gr^Jean ind BUI Braan  down  at f Gtb*��is  gettn^  tbeir  -���from her�� ;^d fhere  ?S'th��u ^S56 3nd ^^    CONGRATULATIONS, "a ittle^belated,- ^Ti4x^ ami *����� .*���� % frfiri.^ ^^X..  ,--   ���- ,          All big pulp* mills have spe-       . Jpsie  Wheeler, Twfag celebrated  their twentyifif-i -}*_* Iaigr  nests ahd has been there every ciai laboratories where-brainy   wedding anniversary with a trip to Vancouver.? and a ���f���r���'������"~|  since.  If he'd taken  as second1   chemists-are constantly search-    celebration; wife their folks. t   i "Agroui inbmr nei^bLrhoo-t  %k. around he could have seen    ing to make something, differ-       jfrs^   Ssemff   is   the   house f  :- rl������:  has formed a bicycle -rtjfc'tlwr  at. .both    ducks    an4   birds    ent out of their basic raw ma-    guest of Mrsr Lopatecki at Sel-| passed  we  uenl iarwisegU    ' CiU  the FPed-l 'and J**incafe  ests  to   say  nothing ?}'*?&    le���1:"At one of ^these^mills a    ma   park.  Home  for  a* short \ teacfeinS, John Ttiomas, son of Society* I because    tHe-:-   slap  fl���el-���"?��*?   hS^    ?eir     ChenlJftr imra��rsed ln tes* ^^    visit; was   Roger,   son   of  Mr. f Ossie TTSmas is going to Col- baifwav  "in'their   we*By   ten-  start in the stuff ^ie was slap-    and Bunsen_b��rnes was trying    and Mr&,  Evans, quite an ex-! lege in Caiifbmia and is demg mae tripltor an enoraous pan-  ptalg; into  paper. Anyway you    to  develop  a. ceUubse. thread    pert on the lawn mover..       f verv well for himself        I    ^^ cake b^ikfait^ Dr   hob  Han-  ��  SJ'ril^ ^   tl "S^ S^?f Stf*        Graduate  News   .   .   7 Home |     ^dag   Bells ��� ,: "       Mark : neDy.   who   ndes   nfte r flank,  inany  Chmese  restaurants.,.    If he did this -�� .���Jdr make    -fop   ^   hQlidavST   xicky   Gil-1 stleuVati VSdv   Bitelev didJt   appelate   tr.r hskiaz  There  are a  few thmgs yqu .. a    fine    automobile    tire.    He    ben^ a* "o�� Isabel GOtert. who | ^    Sried^t-7 STtfiate whetber th^^^ere <o:n|  eta;  has  his  B.A;,  Nicky  plans  to J-ehUrch  a   Redroofson May  9. keep fit ��r fat.' ���     -  go  back  for  more  next  year. J  he   will  be  over   in XJampbell |  should .know   before you   con-*  wasn't'getting anywhere *so he  aider eating your SaturdaySec-    told a female assistant to mix  uon;   not   that   it   isn't   good     UP   some   more   of   the -mush.    ^  ^   ebougb to eat, butjt's not quite    and put it in a special gadgets   ^ve^. worfeiag" for "the~summer f  rbady   yet^  When   it  is" you'll- She   did   and   then   let   out   a    hoIidavs.    r-Jn>T-*    Sheridan    is 1  know  without   being told;,.it'll   _yelp:-     r '- - -j  ,      home" for ^tfae-boKdavs--* she i  jump  to   a, dollar   a-copy, or        "Gre?t? ��$CBttr I ;MP; ttotrsfeg  it -^p^ans*f^''4ake'trp'*teac!feI'��� train-1  ihdre= just to keep in nhe with    up.   This*-gOo* has7-'turned   to    ing the next tenn7 Susan For-1  cur thirty-cent dollars and dol-    jelly."  lar-twenty-a-pound   sirloin. But      7��*^ chemist rang across, ex-  i"*ll-be wortlv it. You., can not; ^pectatioi on his face. He dip-  tniy'read, inwardly asjfimilate .ped   his. fingers  in  the  mass.  iJid digest the new;s properly;    licked    them    and    his    eyes  the" women's section foil moth-   sparkled.  ijr, comics for the kids, ind.the       "What   we   have   here,**;.he  oiM/r man'll   get  the  editorial.: -.said ; joyfully,**    is    a    totally  But: you'll have-the newspaper    tasteless,    useless .* and    alto- ^   disposal prohlejn lickett too. gether repulsive - mishmash erinary DoctorT We wither!  On top of all these obvious, that can be made into cus- lots of luck. aiaL felt sure she!  benefits you can eat as mip tards. jellies and patio floors. v^ make it. Cart^ Miwrhouse.!  as   you   want   without  gainJfg    Speaking of patios reminds me    majoring   in   Arts,   plans   on f  ���v."*"' -    -, ,     the   gunk  nicelv   packaged  in!  Being a great backyard cook    powder, liqnid or jeti*r form.  **f  he   whipped   up   a   batch   of  -  cookies in  no time.  The first  _ bite  confirmed   his   suspicions.     __    roubles.   -That   has" alf'been    II was revolting but filling. An    Uom\-Ul k" do"wh^"cIa?med .  -one  for  you  in-huge   brick-    analysis proved it innocent of    for  it?   But-it has  undergone!  fei-tanks- into* which  'cooks'    calories^   vitamins  or   nourish-    {ests at ^ ^s Food & Druf|  ��ss   thirty  of   forty   cords   of    fent of ***' -P0*1- It =was id^al    Adminj^rafion Laborttorr and J  odd  and boil  it  in acids for^->d   ioIyih% overstfffed :��iu-    pass&i ^ Ct ^.^^  co^ {  few hours. We*re not getting    zf1}5-   The   fat-produpng ^ma-    samp^By w!ttIl   we   a^sHeci  chinery   m   the. h.uman   body  bes is^ planning a nursing J  course coroe fall. Caralee' John- j  sop, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. |  Leo Johnson is home after her}  first year of a six-year-train-1  ing coarse. Caralee has an am-}  bilious future, twa years Pre- J  Med and four years after- that  to-make the grade as  i  Vet-  .An ounce. {  Ahociier beautiful feature  about this new food is that you.  can. be. a positive glutton day  ir night and suffer no digestive  The-idea of a celluIiKe fil-l  ler isn't-new, H[what is?} and}  some   nutrition   experts   ques-1  tjechnical about this but when  it comes, out is is cellulose and  .a. lot of other stuff. That's  right, cellulose, the same material they make into rayon,  films, explosives and band-  iges; lots of���other things too  8 mong them being newsprint.  Cellulose, as anybody knows,  15 the most abundant material  en earth; it's everywhere, in  trees,   plants.' grass   anything  would starve .to death "on it.  So would the citizens but  they'd been doing .th^t so long  now that It didn't matter. The"  new mixture - could be bsefed  up witb flavoring or! it could  be used as a base fjjr almost-  ���anything.        .'. X'    .--   ���  Experiments proved that it  worked fine, in cakes, icings,  puddings,    salads     and    even  some .of y the  staff tfaey  have |  !   -! JiPTK-c TO!  PAINTING CONMtaS  Sealed Tenders, for rfe paTntir.g of the ;^eroc ^  of Pender Hcit^r&xondw. S&&* W,U be rec-*lV'-:  ed on or before 5p,m on Friday, /yay 22r<i, 1964.  Specifications   are   avoifebfej ct ^the   School  Board Office, Gibsons, B.C j '���  The lowest or any tender wilf not necessarily -  be accepted. j *s  j r  THE BOARD OF SCKCfOL THUSTf ES;  School Disfrfct No. 46 (Seeheftl  BoxllO^GtbsonSjB.Ca.    {  rr*rrrrrrrrrfjrr-rrrrrrrrrrrr^rrrrfrr7f!77fm  Ji/fftirtt*/jtff'tfff*jjfif_jt  EVERYTHINa WUST GO  ijhat   grow^.   It*" accounts   for sandwich- spreads.  None  of it  about  half the  content  of  all stuck in the-consumers palates  Slant life so it isn't -likelv we'll or lined their, digestive tracts.  ever run short of it. Using this gioop as  a base -4  I Steers, deer, moose and mice slice of heavily iced cake add-  dll   enjoy  cellulose  in  its'na- ^  less than" one-hundred ca-  iural form. Termites and other lories compared  to three hun-  bugs- banquet  on   it  too.   But dred   or   go   m   lhe   anginal^  humans    could   never   get   it treat. , T _  through their digestive systems- :.;--'The' top. brass   of  the  pulp  ind   that   fact   almost   drove company   were   ecstatic.   Here  dieticians crazv.  With the  aid vvas something they didn't have  if chemists and food "proces- to   put   through   intricate   and  iors"   thev   had   succeeded   in costly     processes     before     ft  removing" such    objectionable emerged as stockings,  lingerie  things as-flavor, vitamins and and    sledge .hammers.    They  could load it in barrels and ship^  i  ALL CLOTHES INCLUDING:  NEWLY ARRIVED  SPRING AND SI  I  I  I  *^v8  | ' "  ^^  I . - it  off  to  the- swarm   of  food-  886-2192 MU 3-1393     Packers   without -further   ado.  The costs would be infinites-  mal; the profits astronomicaL  They were beginning to feel  sorry they- had ever, wasted  LONG DISTANCE MOVING their time with rayons, ribbons  Fully} franchised -.and*-other    razmatazz.    Tbey  |      ;        y .    7 hired  a   writer  to   go   into   a  992 Powell Street, : nightmare and come up with a  86-2192 MU 3-1393  REIDS  Movmg & Storage Co.-  Phone SSS-^353  SAVINGS! UP TO  No Charges ��� No Returns  No tayaways ���I Sales Final  Vancouver  new cook book for the house- -  "GIBSONS VARIETIES"  MMER WEAR  I  1  I  Xl  -;  i .  If  ild���be���igetting   y/////-///y/y//y//y/Jf//^/^jt/y/jyr  *%dJ&��WlM 1 II  -  Ft  I .v*.'  !������*'  '���4  !<���*-  ,*..'"J   -  !�����**���    *  I . ��� * 'a  ���'*  *s'-'  ."���- * > : i-  .*������������������"��� V  J*..!'  ���i -.'  ������#.  Ptl  ���*�����:  ��*-  '*�����-:#"  .J* I  ��*: - .V***-  j: -  *i *v-1  ."���-.��� -1 -  Mbderrt centre j, . .  fe- ���     .',   ���:?,*:     �����:        ,'    -*  �� . . .      * "      * ���    !    ��� 1 *   '���  I -      ��� i          ",    J'    -A      J                 �� I- '������"        ���.���-*-.    -Kwiz-g^-*4 ---:-.-'*"/  -   *\ h-1 :   .'   7*        ;������*.���'- i\'^i.-.a.a;^��^4  1/        *���        /      ���      '          J     ���** ^>*i-���^.��� ���'J'1'" ~~ .:-.*-     ��          -    -X~  ./ -^w���.-i���"*���-"*"*-���"���", "T-1��� ���* ? k��,,- -y"--"--^ J4J  f       -i***"***                                                                 .          �� _            V.!j f-wjj jw .��    t     **"      ���*���-J-ae- Wwtrf/  >  ^ , *  ^^ilt^r-'bbJ^-KI  ���.-;|-J|/-i   '-,    Ir*fin Motel  OPERATED B\( DIGBJYj FJGRTER, tiie Irwin Motel offers exceileU^oicbmmo*.  dotH��f*> ond is tcjriyeriiently located next to the Hgh School *dn_ o very  short wcjlfdfrom the, Sunnycreslt P1q?q. *' '     '' ''    '"  r.  ������,  tp  '  kciiitv\ here  THE BSQ SUNfecREST Sefv  is'well qualified .jto take  ".. ** -.  core  Station has a setvice seconc to none and  of the every need of the visiting motorist.  (Visitors "jinay pirtl into  !>]azaT_finc ac soajiinodaton in  near-by" mirtels, fill up their  aitois from an adjacent service  station) and settle dow-n to enjoy the bouhtiM w��rrath//of the  Stinshinl; -Coast        "'  'Shopping too j is i-a treasure.  fop-    m any    -tr ien^hips : have  Sf Tung    up-  itroxa   casatal ��� m.eet-  jings    between j. vijsjitors '.from  m any ^untriesl wh��^b-,��houldf  ers \vitjhj--tbe" -steariy---"Jirong of  regular shippers .jwljo. journey  to the centre from jail along the  ceast,       j ���    ' ' 7 :������  \  1  '  ":- ���VJHi '*'' ---  ENTERTAINMENT   I  Oae| of tibibadvatjijages of the  Si,nnycrest .eonjmidnity is that  ���thV huspe bf.::Con!^estpd towns  is relegated and ! replaced by  a | leisure^' cjongjatni-l atmo-  spperej' so vconducive to a plea*  saht stj^y-wer. j  A th|Catrj* is conveniently located rights aijrroSs \frpm. the  Plazia, just a fewj j steps from  an excellent dicing roan*. First  rate flshiiig is but ja- short walk  awjay and' for Ithoisje who seek  an occasional irip!:to the city,  ' Vahjcouveri is tittle! more than  an fioijr a^"ay* j  SHOPPINC    F^Ct^lTtES  Top quality products ahd-ser-  vtcijs are avaLlablje in '��� a number lof jvvelj cquSpped stores and  include, a Super-Market, variety) jand paint* store, shoe  stoije. coin dtT\<jl$aniiig, dry  goods,   bapk,   re4l estate   and  Eve|y  ior  "A PLAClE TO ^tbp, a placb to shop*" just about sums  up thu vcrylitiodern pleasantly located Suhnycrest  Shoppings Plaza and-adjoining communi".y\Every facility  ii available to Ujie discefnirg shopper who has the advantage of a ;ortirnodious piirkingareaj withy^ complete  popping jcenljre lall within otie compact area.  the   " "f:        "~r~~    ~~  Room' will still be available for  further expansion.  PLANNED I960  / Mr. Charles Erigiish who had  first been : - attracted to this  area while filing in: the vicinity of SakinaMlake, decided to  purchase   5J0 pcres   which   he  ^ut>se<iuentl��-   ysul>djvideti..    *:  During this (time, Mr. English  was:--';Conce*fh��|d with: the* fact  that the Stkpsir-Valu store was  standing alonr in what he con-_  sidered to bo an ideal loca-!  tion., b   ,,... V '; !  The two' partners of the  store,i: Keith Wright and John  Mathews, wcjre contacted by  Mr. English ia/nd between them  theyxame up! with the idea,-of  the Plata. Tive need;for more  stores at tltisitime is adequate  evidence of tfie success of thc  project.  Mr.T-Eflglish himself took over  a store and opened up his own  real estate office. He has since  been joined by Charles Gather-  cole who has had t**;enty years  in real estate and general in*,  surance.  Mr.: Gathercole is married  with two youngsters,--! ^attending  high Tschool. He operated his  bwn business in the Peace  River- District for! eighteen  years"* and has worked in the  business in Edmonton and  Camrose. He is - presently residing at Roberts Creek.  Businessmen    in    the    area ,  look  to the future  with  confidence ��hd feel that things will  go ahead even more oj��ee the  anticipated   improve ment   in  *si  insurance  Four  .under^  Clude  ^resscjr,  morei  and  seifvice  station.  stores iare presently  conjltructton and will in-  sdmg 'Store, ladies  hair-  men)'s   hairdresser,    the ferry-system takes place. ���fi"C  Times, Wed., Moy 13, 1964  thA town  "* QUn iocal cHii^eps* who has  rned drew  in ,*t sleek siior  ���jou  iTru'e.  led; repli  v.rnfent yon'.*. *,��* .,-.  loijtg* get|ting there!-"  ?   ���"������'      i  seen   our  "Haye  baby.?'*  Of  all  this   is  ���By Ed Green  ninety-eight cents  up ift fron; of: the  e7horsepHbw<!r motpr. Tlfere he -sal, beret  and ail. lookiiig the'fulf p>rt Of a devil-rnay-car^ sport.  *-%, -lay,'   one of ojur Char T���      ~| ".  acters said in, admiration ing~studics with sever il other  * 'how.: come you have! such i municipalities giving their rea-  cqr" ��.      1     i      i     | sons.   They,   learned   the   acci-  returned -���dent   rate f rose* sharply   with  angle parking as drivers were  'Well"! thf <rfd %d r&  ou caji't lakii.il with vou  frm," caiie the stud  ,>'an<l with th|e etaiip  I've got ytau wont bt  you  the 'idiotic" Questions  in   a   cla^k- bV   itself  Have   yuu   ever   seen- an   oM  one?i'  Npt   outsidej !a f mjental  home foi:' the aged  .Nothing- is more  age;  If  new  car boasting a- four hundred  prone to back but into the- traffic without looking behind. -  Further investigations proved  the number of cars accomodated by angle parking was  actually no more than, what  could be taken care of by proper parallel parking.  *    *   .a  ���*' pxh \ am  a ^ 1^ aiore  ge^t-han- an  --bage|    "  she lis  old she  s j, pot  happy tc say I she  pleasing  i|>  me  auto mob le7, tiie  sa;  b ��� zjy*\\ ���*���  -The:1- Ilepar|tUts I in' [jQijtebec  would dn well to tkadythe Public Ledger, the ildestj news-  paj>er7ii; the]\\yorm printed in  London, Ehgiand in if 59.- In  highty-revlerfed' e o fcju- r�� n s  We are getting more modern  by the day in Sechelt. You can  *,    get  hardware  at  our  grocery  slative tha��p stores,    gnjwerie^   and-  somes,  iteejn-yjears|    times dress goods at our hardware stores, hardware In our  drug stores. All we need now  is a used tire and battery department ia our ladies'   wear*  its  thejfe is  tie  an account of the  thing- tp  Orientajl  Bat  of J Quebec, September,  .1759. -No mention is"| made  -there   oi   hanging  the ^OfUltry  back  to the French  *   *  *  ���   all   this  complainin���  ab^ut henagers? Just pimply  do    iway   with-them      J  the!re'll   >e no:hing to co:  abiut.1 low?- iNdv-.-net-4*:  -cosjrse'ijnd .highly _*"p*ffl*E)  ,-thajt juhp-intti youp?  I'iThe  do h%xe- ist> fdSo'Ki.-tlte  idea  people jljiow,  :ount a babMone  H  \Zi  I -.  -n.  I  year ok , at.  to do ijs go a  jump!fiom t  to! jiy^nhy.y  with (th )seM  th^sfet'lSyi7-^  vSuchiSvas:'  rth-_ All we have  little further/and  e age of 'tj^eiv^  way,  s* -^^pH^'-1*?  it 'instant' SanyJ  things it w��)uld I be hai;d\ to  finid fairlt witlv instant riatur-  AW* ���������    -r 'Z. "  bT&e city slickers in BjjjLhad-  onfBurr ird (Vancouver toi you*  haye just come up with .u brilliant sdution to an aggpyat  ing problem,"namely, they cannot, get al doctor to ihake" night  calls. The neighborhood doc-  tors^ they say, should worfc in  shifts 4 that one at! least  would te oftvduty for (emergency calls"| at- night, j Well,  well, a id to think us cbuntrv  buiripkiis have had that foi  years ,; round here: I   ,    .  ������   "  .    -|     i ���    :��    s    * ���  -   ��� '   i   :     - ��� :  *. Thew have been some! com  plaintss about" the parallel! park  in& fri the village. Many-saj  mdre c ars cOuld be������ parked l  the anglje parking''.was used  Jhis c itjic sxfl^-is not warrant  ed. Bvfqrej deciding on I angh  or par illel parking the village  council made.* long and exhaust  most  jjwamMUmxwww  ^iTi--;riJ.-rt#H  "COSAPLET; FAMILY AND  :#*RTY MEA|LS:TOf3a .  Chili Con Came   I *  Italia �� Spogherti   |  Tjy oai h^nemade  preseniaiidns  ��� THE.   Peninsula    Conimeecial  Bowling Banquet was held at  Danny's Djning Room -in Gibsons on Sat., May 2. They  were treated to a ^ smorgasbord ' and Jthe emcee for the  evening was leaguee president  Ray Fleming. Trophy present  tations wetje as follows:  Alley, awjards: Star Trophies  for '6j3-'6HI ieasan anno,unced .by  Eve |Mosci}ip; Ladies. Bonnie  "Wilson, 20 J games of SO and <  over; Men),' Orv Moserip, tt I  games of 2?5 andioverb :    r_4*"  Individua: trophies: Hi average, ladies, Bonnie Wilson, 215;  men, Andy Leslie, 227; Hi three  tadies> Dcrothy Smith, 791;'  men, Gordtn Freeman, 870; Hi  single,' ladies, Orvelta Benner,  355;   men, Red Robinson, 371.  Team Trophy, Hi three, vit-  store   and   the "Circle   win   be  " complete,  c     What   is [there   about   th,ose  transistor- radios  whose dolor-f  ous squeal^ and yelps paste a.  look of utter dejection on the t  faces of thoise who carry them? '  They all look as if there is no  tomorrow. Can it be they are  testing   pulj&c   reaction?   Perhaps-they like to live dangerously and lire waiting for the  - inevitable 'moment when the  public will lose its temper and  rebel against this- unwarranted,  nuisance.   DJIusic   is  for happi-  * ness -'bat -then  who - can   call  ''wicfc:' '_���*���'fc��l jtiiusle?'~-'AV"'-bne  time* there j was  a saying that  ���, the meat packers used every  part of the] pig but its squeal.  They   can't   say   it   anymore.  They catch the last goodbye's -  of unhappy] pigs  cm- tape  and  sell it to .tte tank-town studios.  | The   resiilti?   An ���. instant   hit  j-tune.    ~     ]       n   .*"-.    '"*.  Not long iigoa Victoria worn*  ' an >vho is... a victim of cancer  "complained! in a letter to the  editor of a city newspaper  that she yas forced to "buy  life" over the drug store counter^ She saiilthe drugs host-������|ier  S8$ /per irimth and she must  have them or die. !Tbe B.C,  Cancer Society stepped- Tina*  offered to bay $25 per month.  While thxk\ is a nice gesture  and partial  help it is also aa...  ��� indictment of our society that  causes us to sit idly -by and  allow a person do die simply  because they cannot afford the  prices asked for certain drugs.  lostesses  PRETTY: VISITORS to Gillsons and Sechelt feist Thursday etrere this group ofj B.fj. Ferry Tourist Counsel  lors who pose with Gibsons eounciHojrs Sam Fladager  at left, Ana Fred Feeney fight}. In ty* centre enjoying  .himself, Digby Porter; representing the Sunshine; C<^t  Tourist Association.  Fact finders ��� . .  I"  Tourist Counsellors  visit Sunshine Coast  SPENDING TWO DAYS' on Itliej Peninsula on a,, factfinding tour of the district, | a, group of tourist counsellors of the B.C. Ferry Autlib^ity Arrived at Gibsons  last Thursday .?and were! velcorried by repr^sfentatrves  of the Cpamb^r of ComrajreeJ Sunshine Coast Tourist  Associatibn and the Gjibsons) ir|*dnicipfil council.   '  Arrival Jof the hostesses co- '       T|       ZT7~\  incide^'wih the arrival,dl' the^,(, fettoishop^jthe visitors \v;ere ta-|.^7ch ^;; alTihand,made"hy  naval vessel the Oriole and thei    keb'on'a cruise to Salmon Arm    thpi mo*hers     f  Guide association   ,  annual Spring tea  SECHELT Girl Guide Association! held their annual spring  tea- on Tuesday afternoon in  the legion Hall at Sechelt.  Converters for the tea were:  Sirs. Doreen N'eftman and Mrs.  Shirley" Fearnley^. The hall was  decorated with fa multitude of  fresh 'flowers. It was almost  like walking ihto a gardep.  There, were alsb many tables  set up with horhe baking, potted plants, candy made by the  Guides themseh-es, sewing^^d  a White Elephakt tabl(b     (/  Tea was pouried by Mrs. A.  Johnston and Mrs; Williams.  Mrs. Frank Newton welcomed  the guests and introduced the  little girls dressed : as fairies  who    were    selling    corsages  annual Boht'Week held in Gibsons.  '    ���*.[   *       ' '    I  "The girls who were ,accom i  panied Jjy .JRod Fraser- and. Ed !  Gorman, representatives of "the I  ^.C. Ferr;; Service, carried .or.1  from Gibsjoos to Sechelt whei-^1  welcomed, by tep^i  of local bodied  Rci;  they were  sentatives  presenting  chairman  gether -with   Magistrate  ston, Johr  f^ and G  Fdil^wi  ���ms  council was council  Mrs, A. Johhstibn -t4-i then!be fvell equipped |to counsel '.'{toarists- J^boam the B.C.  Firrrtes    and j acqajainit  -them  John  Toj-nbee, reprlesenfc  ing the S mshine Coast: "iiour^ist:   wi th i condition^ existing in the  AssocMio t;  Xtis. Harriet  jorge7 Hopkins: of "  chelt iMotir Transport.  g luni-h  at the  tage-No. Ij  etielt   Auto,  Standard Motors*, Cham ps,  Shop "Easy; door prize, rose  floral] arrangement made by  Fern Taylo:- and won by Norma  ���grancab Dancing to Toe Tappers.  348*; Hi single, Se-  1272;   runners'trp,  Dttf  oni. the biat ot Mr, Bill May  After s|jendihg the- night  at  P<fnder Hjarbour, the hostesses  and ; escorjts left Friday morning for Powell | River.  Idea of thel trip! is, to acquaint the g^rls , with l<fcal  items of interest,/..1 accomodation, trar sport! facililties, place's of interest etc., They will  n  -CJftP;  di*tr|cts '"they-'rkish'to 'ytsit:  USJE ��T MES CLftSStPteO  OR  butCIC RESULTS^  the mothers.  7 \  The door prize w^as won by  .Mrs. W.'B.BillingsIey and the  second door prtee was won by  Mrs, W. ta'wson. The "Name  the Doll" cotkest wras won by  Miss Denice / Joe, who chose  the name Millie Ann. Mrs.  Yvette Kent w<)n the doll raffle. - - b !  There were also; two door  prizes given to the Children,  these were won by Sharon  Nelson and Davey Lamb. The  ladies wish to report the tea  a huge success and thank all  those- whtr helped and .attended."?7 z  el!  i  SecheU  wm oil tfe  Room at 9:QQjalm*, Thursday, May 21str  tion*  -and  t -  parekts  Semenfai  Wilson Creek  ���WltKit'  Areas  F KiNE)ERGA$iEN CHILDREN;  ono* chtiftren n\eet in the Activity  1964r for teghUa-  Please hring[ your ch ild's birth corfincote with y&u*  '   ?     -   :   '    ���'.]��� ���    -  '- '��� ������        - ' ��� '     ' ��� ���'     ;    -  Childrehwilj bv assigned to morning or afternoon ses-  shns. About the krid o]tJanugry the mormngZgroup will exchange with the affarntpon group.  To payf^rcOrhiiri\suppltes needed jm each child, a fee  of $3*00 will hf> charged.   I  Vvirv (f***** *^v-%j*iv*-ii  GEORGE COOPER,  Principal  &t**A#*s*j*!>%nt+^t\*-**^^ \r*����f,#-����(%j^  -1 ���i,^ *��������;   ,.l HI.I-O.IS.AI.& .ifn a.a.111       tT ,��  a��� , S   1,1. i.^v,   >-��.fe.-   ��� ^,'r-'. ���     n . ,,   ., *~ ����� *���...,������,-.      -,    ...    ,----',    r *���      ,-     ---; *    ---    �����   J��� -       ���- ���     it ���  1 .   ..     -  1 .       I        ,-..,. -r:    **--,.��� - -^ -      - b-!--*    ���   b ��; .       -" 7y '     **       - !~    I'd  i  j  1  is  %  :!V  j -       _        " i _ *=- c *    *J  Poge 6 The Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wed-, May 1J, 1964. " -    *..'"������,   ���_- .���. *. _______   ^ j x.w.  boy^jOttawa^'Qiary     ^ j  : .   ]'^X , By Jac�� Dwrk, M.P.  THE HOUSE OF Commons is making an esperiifiont.  It is trying out a new set of rules many of which  have been patterned on the proceedings at Westminster.  These, it is hoped, will restore a greater measure of order arid!dignity to its proceedings.   7 *        |   !  Since tie  Members  received  i^s^s5-?** it  Latest' in^ hospital design  INCORPORATING the very^ latest in hospital design,  -the new Sunshine Coast Hospital is going ahead oh  schedule and is slated for completion in September.  Work has -['.also commenced on the nurses' residence,  I foreground) whijch wiU accomodate about ife nurses.  Ziopes realised Xi'-\ -'--.. b bf  Difeamnears reality  ital grows  WELCOME ADDITION to the district is the new hospi-  going aliead on schedule and due for completion  ;--,-* Jin September of this year. TFccupying 10 acres of land  donattd bf the Sechelt Indian Band, the hospital, nurses  "���"*J        and grounds will offer the. very latest in hospi-  ignand wiil.be. one of the most attractive in'the  reside ice  de>i  couver  hospita  sponsib ie  Genera;  few -\  since  creditation  hospita  investij  standai ds  Ital  jrovirice.  The'  architects.   Underwood.  McKiiufly and Cameron of Van-  are  .no -newcomers  to  design   and'were-refer the Campell River  Hospital  completed- a  yehrs ago and which_has  become accredited. (Acr  is  grated  only  td  hospita|s: which undergo   rigid  ation and maintain high  of    efficiency    and  operation). -    -~  Known at this time as tha-  Sunshine- Coast Hospital, the  new building will be operated  by the _St Mary's Hospital* Society, it "will- provide 35 - beds,  with six bassinettes, provide  employment fora nursing staff  of 2Q with, the possibility vof a  lay staff between 15 - and 20.  The nurses* residepce, . on  which ground work hal already  started, will accomodate about *.  12 nurses. Estimated- cost of  the project is $1 miHioa, fifty !  ner. cent of jwiiich will be paid {  by the r^oyMcial government, j  The - balance wQl be raade/.-up t  between taxes and federal f  grants. ! _ ._ ��� -*b 7 "^ I  - The present- St7 Mary's Has- I  pital. located at Pender Har- J  bour and of two-story frame I  structure is now7 considered to- |  tally inadequate for a dis&ict {  with an estimatad population!  of 9.CGG, _* -���-���-!  Built in. 1331 by the Colam- j  bia Coast Mission, access was ;  possible originally only by wa- i  ter. :   --       "   ! - "     " I  A road now leads to the hos-}  pital but access is still limited |-  to  within  seventy   feet.- Some (  patients   arrive  "by   boat   and J  are  still  subjected   to   a   long {7  up-hill climb. |  The building is not insulated.1  heating and plumbing -are -in-i  ad��quate and the sewage sys-J  tern is  considered unsanitary, f  Another problem -was the]  acute shortage -of rooms fort  patients,] staff, doctors and!  dressing7    _ * -~ _"L f  The near - hospital will as-f  suredly prove, a further sfep-4  ping stone- in the-progress of  the district- "      '.I.  their raise last summer they  have become increasingly self-  consc:cus7 They have wanted  to show, by recording their remarks "in: Hansard, ho-* active  they were* in debate. This was  particularly true of! the question period each day wfaea the  Government's front" bench is  wide   open   to  -queries ^cf   all,   latter proposal nou&i l|e * *ery  debate cs important | Government BiEs.. This" cM4 be  agreed to{by a0 partifsl-fthea.  after the" requisite strati- ot  days had |exsir��i..a vqte 'jwo^Ii  be takeni vi'hkhsverl way [i  went, that woa*4 be|thf-er.d'  cf the matter- ~L_. |    1  One    trxkst   admit    (hat   this  kinds.  impcrtar  coti-iessicz - ia    the  ��--����',     i, ~, ***,-X ���**,- Qppo��iti02 to sake  But 7m*ke  Thislztk-bt *^����"*fl cas iTit-E-^ if Pari-an*.^:? is to  ha*   ^veral     predictable    re- m ^ iu ^          _;sfeort  suits. It has heut "** "��~-.i-��-*nt *^                                     -    -  up important_  Goveramebt legislation.  It has  speecUss j are   often   tr.e  10-t    *-  - r ^    .effective !cc��.   Cenih..v' "thirv  also   caa^d   tempers  to   fr-y - are ^ (b       crgi.::ihI   ^,7.  and as a, result the Hooseof    aIIy^.e^   mike   the   grea.;st  impact tm. those -*h.c  hive  to  Cotnni<ms | has been less rather  than mote' productive than  heretofore!  The new rules do several  things. The daily question  period, which has been rambling on for hours at a time, has  new besai; cut to thirty minutes.   In   exchange,    Members  ' V,  listen. A l fnnhfr-ehaacc alsas..  these Uses wouli tr.erefcre  make Parliament a rsuch rnore  interesting and, effec*i*. c place  a which "ta set tfainr* cone.  They're   dizging;  ujr {Broad  Street   again.   mak:j*| -another  get  three .M-bour  periods   a    traffic   ^^ oa   '^  wav   w  week a which they can brmg    mQ|��_   ���TMs   ^^   ^   ^ *^ce  up their i grievances. These  come after ten o'clock on Monday.   Tuesday   and   Thorsday  evenings- j .  There were also those interminable   Wednesday   afternoon  town."   . growls    BC| f N>rmaa,  "if. they ever Cnish ii**i  The days are getztzns Janger.  the wind,7seems aiaioji frwitlly  at   tin-.es, _ and   the jfofsythia  debates on Motions calling for    bads  grow .-fa tier 'aM' freeher.  the  production of Gove^ggent    every "da*. Once Epr| the '*r.n-  papers.   Eich   motion  limited   to?  twt>   aad   cn2  hours rather than b��ing allowed  to  drag I op  week  after  week  throughout ithe entire session--       "Middle   age.'" - si^is * gen-al*  * Another major  impnsremest    Chick   Welch.    "*i$ -fh<s    time ���  ���and one which has** hot -yet    when   you   can  da  feverytbin*:  been   adopted���wottlU--  be:-the    you  could   ia  your.^oath-���but  -setting of k time Ifinit <a -the   -act until tstnarnras."!:   *        *.  ^rful  cycle   begitss�����rotn   fal-  leaves to stow 2ofcrab?ra*s  in six.-month*.       f -j  *���---"-------nrr-inrnnr ni-nnrnrnnrnnr nin-innnnnrnnrjinn��nrrnAnnaaitnnnnrnnnnnnnnrnnnn��nn^ ���-���-���-----.. -- .---....-**... .,.  ��ficf You Forget  Something?  \jVe Are Open*  our  eruice  mure  (jt  Phone 885-4414  gas %&k I la  GROCBty  CONFECTIONERY  Ef&M.  ���*i    ,  Coffee ��  Open Till  10 p.m.  Every Day;  t i' - - . *"  ��� i...      -   " *it>*" ^&a*. ���  *, l*?-5^     . 11 *��� : *  '  ^JnWe��rf. '||, -*-"- '  -iSJl"0^"-"  *���' *  *����"**���*   r  - ��� .mill r-i ^���',V  "*���   ���'   *** '''  -  p*"^*  ?. 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V -T~}   ���-.��� <-\<*, i ''/������J-   ��?'���?��*���*!'&." * ��  s  smejgea  4T7JTS  the  Allied  ized a  ocals  fii'  ^��*^:^^S***  -j���r^^riiiiiti  last.regular meeting,  1 "tatted   Fishermen, and  ** Porkers* Union  donation"1 of $500 to all  send in"  author-  th> un-  r���.-.- ofi the union to  report*^- m damage--'ik other  ���areas tl at may not" bef receivings ap si stance.  " junto ri organizers on  ���ion vtjsiel, Chiquita ill which  will x: covering the west  coast ol Vancouver Island JEn  M|ay,, h ive als"rybeen instrUet-  ecjt to tbtain abfullreport ojn  .the UdaL wave damag^'and re-  "port to the. Board,     ^ bX. i  In it'}' letter accon-panyiijg.  ;tle cheque, to .the mayor pf'  Port Alierni, the union stated  "ihe 11 ishermen and  -Wtolkers   should   assist  "rehabilitation of your pteople in  the bes   way we can  ���assured the mayor that  thing further the union  in this  Allied  in   the  Tfiey  if there  was an*,  "could .d>\ "to help out  'situation please  do  npt hesitate to let \is -know.  >   While the decision tcj donate  SSOO.oq   ,vas a\unanirnous onp,  feelings   were ^ *expressed   that  !assistan:e to distressed  areas  foUowmj: disasters Pf this: kind  should1 rot be left to i��tblic-sub-  scriptibr but should reeehle the  ���jramedu te - attention   hf   both  -federal and provincial.governments*   decent stories iiaye indicated  that donations  fo- the  fund   ate    coming   in   slowly  which  would  suggest   hat th^  .people hardest hit by ihe tidal  wave   are   suffering   extreme  hardship   A  union   spokesman  ���stated) that it was. the opinion;  -of many of the union executive  ���that ih bases*of this kind the  ���gavenjimbnt should immediately majke sufficient1 fun<!s available 4& telocate "(iejople who had  "feist thel * homes, replace forni-"  -ture and clothing !an& other es-  -sentiali.  "After/this has been  .done, itl: eire would be tune to  assess t a'e damage to | utilities,  busines^   establishments   an-d.  other/areas   op   damage,"   he  said. / i  mmwmmmimw  "$re  y'red  Andersbn  is  prodd  of  twp-: rear-old grandc aqghter,  '���ythosX photognph ' he   entered  sin a supermarket "beauty] contest.*' She'd *'be:ter not |win! first  prize, thsugh, or there'll:-be no  living with  her,'], he  remarks  with a j rin. ,'   �� !  -J  BeSsty 'Safom  Cutting  Teres lay io  Phone 8S5-9525 ���33���35_3_i  i * ��' * " .  *��.  M  j.  1  I  "  I  ft-  "- ?!  IV-a  -��b'"f  r --��**-  V**1   ���* r  +X  .A   *  .  1   ,&f  r  - %,��    -  ���-:-*���**  *��-a  ' ��-    ����� v.-  t*; *.���****?��"  *t'.<L  -1  . *i.*,  ' -�����  ":-   !'"!  * �� s.47*  lift!  Nature's Scrapbook  WILDLIFE   MISCELLANY  *�� r  *- %  -->    -J--.3��i*  i villi  !        If        Ha*  pi bt il^f -%^%'.*iifHfe ��� ���* n 5��!s?l ifMMs  I  It*/!*   *    -      ���?   **        **       -���i*'-    r *���  i%-'bi'*- ���*-?"*v; ���  = tf.  4   ��.-  *��-���'.-��� *������*,  -       * I    *.*  .*       <'*-������  .* * ***  WiZXXZ-XZXXZZ^  &*&&       -������        ������-*���'* - ' ���     J  "���1  :*x"*r"'  "* * . ^*JSr"s'";'.V" ******"*"  **-:.-  f -br^.V- - '<*>' *;. *.-���'���?���.-;:  ��� | ���*>;-���: ���"���>*���.���:.    v. -' ���   ,���"  ^w^^wa** **'+a �����/���*������ ���**�����". * r  .r- *-���  A HOLE. iW THE GROUND  . A hole, in tha -zzti-zna has  sn .  air of  mystery  about  it  that _  rouses ourr curios;* y. So natter  whether it is *-a small that csily _  a  -sx>nri *eould   s*piee.se  tntb It  or   large ? iaoug^for   *��� fe��x*s "  den~ jmxrl ���tu*i^tioss   are   tsudi  the samti What E-Jssat das the ,  hole?   Is fit <towa  there kw*-  What is it doing?- When aoII It.  -come out"!  Thc _ STQoichack er  gro^��dheg  is   a- famous   eacca-  vator^dlgginf ; ns-aerotu   bcr-  aSTTJCGS1 SAiVMILL booming grounds and tug "G>*p-    develop :aH"the vafess resulting | into   this^   picture?**   Harrison    jq^s qq !gra.*.��ny-^*pcs. nsad-  srf* at head of Pender Harbour, 1SK5 The Hastings - irom iha*istriai management in | asked.   "ObvicKisly^ a   tsasy   c^ ^ ^ op^ f^\cs. Eadi  sawmill operated the first '"logging show" in Pender  '��-  ^r-^15"*   5?st��nls^'* ^abl ^y5* fof "fe ���� 4eaaas;fceit-  ,ferrwf is i wide, branching  trances, jla   it   they   sleep   at j  night, rear their yoiarr.and ta- \  .bemate nx tor*^d cntzd&izgi dsr-  '- - "���** -  c -  *' ---  rfU*MHI  Whs can -s-squ-.-rs'r -v  = <:���>* 3  a   tre^   tiz-ii.r*  :   * =:.*  ��   "cat  h3S    t >    CTT-C   <*'  -Jtr  bsc  k^ar-I?  A   yj-_-rc.    i*   '.  .-._;   *.,  - y.-.o.  ci".     ���*.->3Zl-.--} ���:  ' "*.   J    '  i',    can  t . --.    - -   f - ���   ���  ~ ���-    3f-  vri   *3  L1*.--:-  r.r.-tt ft ..r  f-  !-.< la  1 v.-a  car. i���."?. ���i.n  it  - - *   v ->*z  zt r'te  C-rr^:^  cO'.-t.   :.  .--    r * ���  M-.'-t"  c'hc-r   ccr.r>.-:.;  i.'- .��������*.>  .- s-ch  ai  cati, e^:"j  ~ r. j.> r  >  ir. i  t:ars.   cr.-;  <i^  *_-    t=  "*     ^* 1 *�� *���*  I j oack cc'��.-n  .   .".'"Ja   -*.1   - e  v c'.f xs a si-. 2;  ;.o'-t-:  4 Irt a         K-a *"  Icr, k*Ii.r*. err!  :.:-f>^  tHjjf -S  Xs tti k-nri^r cr  m-rt* de'.;tc-l  male   ii   tr.e   u  1   s    tf  N'^-.a  Arr.er.ca. . . . F  ^h -s".th  ��:.-fc-i  tad* arc the f^i  ^-: ;���.  ���3nr-.<rr>.  Old tugboat  Harbour. The steamboat^ "Gypsy" was the first tried out  Circa 1900-1905^ From Donley collection at City Archrv*es.  Mof e acres* less trees . XX��  Traffic jam foreseen |  in Bt^ot^nCTcd  VCANADA IS HEADING for a tremendous traffic jam  ��� Wi the, forests unless wie regulate the flow and establish-adequate controls;*' said F..A. Harrison, President  of :"8ie Federation of , Canadian Forestry Association,  at the annual luncheon, meeting'of the CFA of B!Cb    '  7  Sane directionof public use    ���'~~-r~ ������-������ : 1   in   forest   areai   poses ."manv "���-        ' i -,  ,,���  problems,   inclidiig | 7 the   ;in-   ���*��"*��� ca"  ^^f^^f  StrUCtidff Of  the' public  b   good:   *8^S,r-!5SiIS&XnMi_  twhiriiir-'-war-tJih- ��;rf    Thb, ! mtinitely more leisure-than we  dreamed of-just a few years  ago. Asd as we continue -to  automate thev* will havjs more  shion,** he, urged. To ds tMs.l first and foremost i w-h qzes-  we must ^establish prknritiss to | tions of conservation. I believe  the^ end that the forest will con- f its  most effective cantribesr*  tinue "to make its greatest con-j wiU be -made  in  the  fieki  cf  tributioa to the.eeosoniy of the J public education. Is the jsb-Of-^jr" ^ winter m&-z2bs.  These  country and at tiie! same time J extending, gooi  citXEenship  be-    ��-^odchuck homes arc frtq*jest-  provide the widest advantages J yond-.the confines of arbaa. or  to as many f^ople as posriile. |  rural settlements, tbe CFA can  -   " "       :*: -;        -      -. } be a most-useful vehicle.:   ~;  CFA IN THE  PICTURE | "    ' r  -*Where does the CFA come;     USE   TIMES   CLASSIFIED*  ��� ly   taken! "over   by   faxes   and"  skisiks t�� rear their <swg fstni-  Ces," -csf  in7 winter,  they   are  also  used   fey   rsccooss.   op^i-  ssms.  oriik aad rabfc^s.  ,ilfe *4  beh"a\46r.  Harrison  said.   This  is a field which presents a di- *���  rect challenge to the Canadian l  forestry Association in-its role .  is a public educator. r--  ' "���-  i^  ~\  -���-J."-    i\     JL  "'      "������'Is-- ���  -���/*���   ���;"���*. ���.-.**f^   -  C    *  ��� ii ���     v >*    ����� " ~ ��� ���  Y--i>  .}  'V**.  -���* :.*  bj-V-  ,Q  V*  \,  Sy of bygone days., and at the  price of .5ats)'h. *x^. g> further bunting or jh& to^mg-  Kkster ansr-inore cheaply than- '^���Mm^.'.J'X-.t.X--  Bobbin ever did.            f COOPERATIVE   EFFORT    _  -    ..Jv               -������...       I Multiple  use  forestry should  MORI* PEOPLE, MORE be a co-operative effcrt ot ia-'  CARSbMORE LEISURE dustry   and "government.   Mf.  So ^fe have more people with -Harrison    maintained. ; "Let's*  A-  Behind the pressure  points   - -    * Li -  -j At they root ��h\ your problem  is the fat"t that the' population  i| increasing beyond the most  cjptimtsticy. forecasts !of our  grandfathers and at the same*  time becoming steadily more  mobile. The car- is >s cocunpa  a household item as ths kitchen stole, for more common  ih fact than the horse and bug-  and more leisure.  - With the- widespread 7 40-hour  week w5* have today, let's sse  what time the ordinary Joe has  left to pursue his avgeations.  Let's admit that he might sleep  ei^it htsurs a ..day���whidi is  yparotstbly a. little~ above average. He has .now ussd up S6-  hrarrs of his_ lSS-hour -week."  That leaves 72 hoars! of' free  time, more than half as much  L__ain as he speais at work.  That's plenty of time to jump  into his -^rar" aixi go filing or  -.      ��� -\    i-    '-' -/vf   '���"���-      "   .    ���  *    i,"*V.=     -    ��� ff         i       *'���    ���  l��.X\ x   -v7..r,&ix?%fix *: ���: ;--A.Vv\ '..������������������:���:  h"J.  ������-��� M\tyfXrx%-' -V .,r=^;V-V*b..- -..:  r- - -  -       ��� - Jr*T  ��� ���- "4     ���.*������**���.    ��� -���"*��� .  House fire j _  A FIRE WHICH; br^ke wil in the] home c�� James John  of the Secheit.Indian reserve shortly before 4 p.m.  Sunday afternoon was qisckiy fcrcbght under control  by the Fire Department. CfonsuJer-aMe damage occurred  to the roof arJ_ there was extepsrveLw^ater darnage.  Cause of fire is believed to* have been zlfaulty chimney.  MJMWWWiyWWWWIWMWMMWM'^^  60 YEARS SERVICE  GIL YACHLOWITY of Gibsons at the wheel of his 1904  Oldsmobile J the second car to be liceiseed in \ an-  couver. It is stfll in running^ order.  1904 Oldsmobile  valued at $4<5QQ  GIBSON'S may not be' able to  boast   being   a    one    horse  town, however, st^does hava  one of tha.'/ first! utm horses  that cause to B.C. <13 Yach-  towity his brought 1T13M 01%  mobile home, that was owned  bv Ms grand-father 2nd is Stfll  cog���itinn.  This car was bought^ from  the original owner by ths -  grahdaather. Handed down to.  his son and then to Gil. and it  was thfr second car to be .licensed in Vancouver, -the license  "tiH being intact.-        7  ,  Gil   has   had   an -offsr   of 7  $iJ50> for it but hash!? made up  his mind ahect s^Trhg or ist-  XTHERE IS STILL A WONDERFUL^ .  SELECTION OF SPRING FASHIONS  \      . " I - -;  ..---- - -   I : *   ! -  Helens FashioifShoppe  If {Your Job'Is  Cutting Treas._  This Message.  Is For ^You  We ore Decfers  .-"--If    f��r  ��� P.M. CANAOIEN  ��� McCilLLOCH  HOMEUTE  | * "^  Gibsons  CLOSING OUT  SS5-9S4I  yv^*vswtv^f*w%<rt^wwww^wi  mi*mrv****f**r*&i*&*i***ri**'******************~~  CO^*^t��TE STOCK  OS ALL MJXJQJS  ��� f AfTS    -   "~ (" - "  ��� REfAlRS j  GlAffl SAW  LjCEHTRE  > ��.r*T ��� ^* ^ m��.,t*   '  -.1 SSS-722M   l  U  t^-j;   . ;Mr -  <  \  <  <  V  t  ivvvJ..-,* i iPoge-  Views Foreigk  1'HEj GATHERING of;coconuts- is a taslj.In which all   liar   Lith   these   pecpe.   Aafi  members cf the trliba paitieipate. Thpre are times   thie-s-e   recollection^ persis  *lwhen| t.$e arri\j-*tji of a .tradm*:  schooner Cpra Colombia   g^Mng  in  ���jmexpected ^massing of this valuable   un^   * ** * "y  go   and  Eh  1*5 The Secliott Pe^msulo jfimes. Wed.,  -|nee-es!sna*|.es; th e  btradHJig Itommc  ichHtirei  Ruts to  At this  ia�� ' aclrv.  ith* cUU  Ike acci  elders! "1.  ren  atte  ig a p|-c*iujre of activity--as i#��*N* bt eju^outs near-.  ly toajakf- fo ~sin)iag with cat  Ity. Then the  y and nUn! flock) to' the  the trader.  task th*  women work    ftroogb   its   *  rapt  to  equal    -  ���pa.ddler| , sltfeam , be-  plantatsosts  famByj. jj^t  siich  jMged  twc��n   t!*e   island  ahif tl*e i inchored! = e$sx&a��r.  it heait-warms t!t*4 humanist  |rs"expe2Ji"Rce this ��j-operatioa.  [to see th s 'brothert o^��d .between  jdilfersbt v i 11 a g> * i dsffereat  families ^nd  even  isithin .one  Tnvel feohire  May 13i 1964    rejQed  ing    brightly  though    the    towerin  in    t h  lUeaiss.. of   light!   that   filter    mosphere   ev  trees,    and xomrade|sh!ips  heir cargo of greys ard greens    the one-time stranger becomes,  ,d  aha   frowns piledheuviiy hi-    the welcom&jl (visit  by Roy Grigg  fore !er; this is onl* one -rt-  cejllcctiea "of the: tt|jny. thst  evolves Tafter   becomj ng  fair, l  villages desert as women,  nlatita tions  Jv  as tie 'men while    .." **e how <*f tie cayuka  emits  subtle wave  lunge of the  ���arid" of river  'en  and theh  to eayuka the  unless   channel.  as a conditioned  comprchfasivents  eneembass the  course and the habits of their  lives. Thfa tfce dimension*, c fj  first impression expands: ther  errors of unfsraiUaruy ar?'  rectified and acquaintance ma  turtes from superficiality. It is  trufe that  the Suna  woman  is  common figt rejs,  n casual at-    scjlemn   affair  that  left   child*  oil-.  es;  friendships    re a and worne*} standing skep-  devClop and    tit ally,  haifhlddea.  assume  a  <a��- h*!��mm.    iii'ft>rt>nt   trtnfi    ?Cn   srwirier  A-w��S  or,.  Bartering   Jw^th   the. jwomei  still    maiataini*    its'-pirevioui:  hTtflishmenvi   of   their . s rm-rhyihraeii sally powers the    conceited,   arrogant, ^confides*  paddle.  In this  and jungle the  cayukas  seem  group Spirit  serform  and-assertive. Ibis true thst  the: men.u.^re' casual apd unai -  suming. But in! iperspectiv?  these charaeteristici. are - misleading because ���* they "do -net.  represent- thefr nature entire-  , ly   neither  as individuals nor  dad beads coo! rast | like 'flowers    groups. Thus, afaes�� mjost stril:- j  *\ith the deep gravj of the wa-    lag    attributes    become    hnth-i  ���**����������� aod the dixfc ireen of the   moderated and modified. me_ ,oace ^a* disfeantlv  enclosing   foliage.   Here   there      The conceit and!arrogance cf ,  ���,\��2c? rJ^l~3z::?  i:   silence.   There [is  stillness,    the wstnen mellows and some-  �� fuse with t he tones of na-  ire like leavts ^and^ branches  ��jnd: foots. But the! vivid colors  the women" s tnblas. shawls  iaateeiiaSi.  each flilabis db-     s "5   unreal   nKdidnv   But   as    with   the   men   deepens.   Th*  ts| shar  te. ot  * l-rFtshfagj,- howeverj i& 40a  lair iniSv dual basil "Iwith  (%* labgr for .its sh^1^ ^ lije  Ibeaefii*'  (e <��*.  each  time  own  fi'Saih-  peeress  iideinas  ^nf*0sst->p  ���:cop*aj|as  idi&glisg  .Htne o1:?*:  "���Th��- tati  intitrisna*-:  ���;aM* ^*:vii  j:es fpsra  jot 'ev*ry  Igjsi'  fb.S  jvOtisg wthaievfer'  Jto-  satisfy   its  -.Ttas'. task-"|s, foj}- the  men  ua-  j2&3- see fig. ij&sh  by:: -i^na  t|ttb-.  '''''sba  p:f��*tf pro  ,t|y; a-s-qw  water  :,: relegate^11& tb  s' bat   ��t -' 14 - ��*^t  to.   s*e / ibje   wftTaen  the.  fcrafe!i5 teal   ha^d  the sfcle "oS 'a .eajtaka-  ���h i is.- ilw-a-r-js,   wiih  a.  p{ eHort, I ssaEBeiea* ���  :"i��bdyjre*��t$.*I. "C^tcl*-  i*s7?<rj?,f- are": composed  _     The only life .eenis this form    how is transformed iht�� a dii:-  :om to darkness,    tone* of casualness which  was  wom^n. possesi- a core .that is  quite- soft and1 an ejcosMetoa  ���"������that is. not ijppenjetrablb. The.  :mea'��., casuabtess is- genuine  but iiurrouade^ by comment^  able quantities off honor, self-  is notjs^rpming ,v^n one con-      ^^1^,^    fi     ^ ^STSSJ       enthusiastic itjont their endea-    qltite normally, falls 1  side*** U,at the  croa is  cons-    d^l^MTt?h    **'    AR&��*T I t^nsf^PatiQ3 ; WJand -s-cte��%   And  the   tie in_toB.ce of femfa  s-:jeaaiilaju  ��range   ^.pd  yeHow  :.fs2S..|SUjs"ol.-itsK��fi  ni^xy ?i i&  a 'ia&bos  fei*ast.-J.t&r  Czit&t,  sflven-  r effect .lhai] might'ear-  ingsnaity. )ei- a ������ sar-  jroa-pers-    ifl  s iad. urhitid  yCho&Xs'    f  bt ightly   at o.s ^ted-. .txea-  &  aiera.'Si��  sea -ss  ealer   and  tiie isoTatios:  ** .:driskiai;v  need oil ���  aan- e��*-o|s.,  s.*4ip��d-  '"T| an- a^ument ]strides ito  the. a|*lst ��o  a��e��a*e  year  prob-  p--. warmth  of^l^tvtlfittniojr.  The   -discipline, tribal pride i and re-  tpikti-    s^oasibtiity. H^|.is raier of the  cal aboat tlJe.! purposes-, ot.the    SJin' Bias and H'^n boosts mas-..  white! men.   jbtecothes   ardenuy    Ury of!his household. He even,  endea-    qfiite normally, falls lacttm to  sine s^er-  his  are  de-  pitch but thsfrtt, is now Imutuat  uaderstahdin*!. jWhua sh|s raisf  cs her vote* jand shakes her  fist in protest to a price! everyone -invelvet!: !reals2e$ that, it  is merely part, of the formality of bus��ieiis.| To a isrojie. that  is "always ire'lurned .the-heat of  Jems  aiid'-Vau  reciprocate to  ease theirs   A^ Jormedb k a ^eiTj .tteir  resen-atiidb   rttf-  relatipnshtp. tbkt. JSTpute-bke ^   sinrje fe each  (Uierias  .that Jtf any.rejasosable men to gis* ^  ProeesSion Icld by!  each other.   For   these S people **"        "  "are  ^uite ' si|m!ply  peoplji.  The  ferent tone.  No sooner does  rib foot touch the island than  children    throng    around-  "his  oie-time  foreigner^   eaich   *jfla-  isring   to   hold-' one f of  hinds'-Jlsd if t*o hahds  Jt sufficient to supply7 the  jand then they iasistihat i>ne  arge hand should hold tviroj of  jeir smalS. Regretfu|ly, | .a  :lild might be satisfied 1 to  iasptci a sort of Indirect c4.m-  utmh\ ihe hand of one of ihls  j ivikged p 1 a y m'a t Hi. fhe  tits odd procession-' led by; a  njitive .'gentleman warn d ejr s  ulrough the village paths.  These friends wave 7a gr#��*  irig from -a passing ciyukaor  si oat a welcome as you reach  tiie shore of'theijr island. Tliey  so characteristic is- sooa  for granted.'.. And as. this  Incomes   subliminal   a��-  t ie eyes aecos  ��o   ^ses   one   beebste   accus- once-"  t>tned to this aundsphere-^. The t*i*keh  jingle, the riv?r; the boat! and trait  ti-? people became tangible: and other., once dist&iised, comes tjo  relative.   The   tranqtuSty.. .disi- the7 .tore. It too.is "dlgnifey,.- mm?'1  I atesj. Evident  is' the struggle candid   than   the   former   feu  tetw^ea :a  rivir. tiat tries^jto nevertheless,    present.    Fru*:a  ���sTOwn  a  jUBgie!ajKl  a jitiigle this- plstfrom   grows;   a   kno-vf  ijbaf . at|tempts   to .- consume   a- ledep. of the_ Cuna. that js much  JEJIver.   iEjeideati   is- snan   who; k��cp��r.   less   narrow   and   far.  striving' to   usjlke   both,,   v^n- more -iruthM.   ' :.'���'"  ^res   into   thet   nti.dst   ��f   tiiis       iffeese isiai^i p^pl^ jsossess la  rbute-anji  iafisite' battle,- personal and  cultural - digitisy  The   pislsiES:- thittst   of   the They are proud ^as. kaiiv|dual|s  addle drives the bjaat and pas- 3-=d' -as   a ��� "sr-^-' 0?ce   the  eag^r coward:) Th*:river aar-  uaa^b'abls'i hivel; ak- "taws and shall<j>ws and the e��r-.  ;of.' vivid I\o��ue "wish    teat is bo laager -4abtle. Tbea,  rom the: fash  vidrie&p^-   of    Losses feraisfefa by ody EaS2'-  zvfc  the  per-  ^either "is.  eg ihe is-  tit- ihe] G^ac   tbe*e  tee Cuci m <��32-;  ��itth  its  sears,  as.- and ^*">  n DD*a retu:^s bv land  -  lljz&ag .axttes at?  b\   the tzn*' r '!* h-ii-  V. ltd* -fct-a   s-��>i!3 Cs*s  izz  es��trm.v    Ba.^   tfee  tt ia-*-' cs s^UtsSjl  acf,  tcs^aru^Si  !>'��� a*^    ih->    i-bhuzy    &��  3a*   ��t?c*n.E   fefr-e   w->  grfrito    \rjter q:  -   tne   te-\\  3<e   waters  izsc��r thr*.'  sss.* e   fl***  fere  tr-f  calii���-   ---  ��� ecu  da.  C*��a.4d !  sh3:"2ow$ to the  :wfent ta war against the -eoSirp  SepubBi-;  of   Panama   bacaus:  their   right   to   hve  freeiy   h  the5-Sah Bias, was threatened  At .a  c��st ef Sves  they  wojj '  their isJaods-!. a*.- ."f^l- ss .fe-un;  'nd   above   th?   Itiver   baisk.    isg territory  in  ti��V maailaaii-  tnia*   in   gtestlv-,whitei.'; are    sw^visce of Dariea-jAs a feis*--  tie- bleached asd"4iknt thatch-    th��r -coaseqtseoee: o| their  as-  land "tsys     t d ! hats :^hcri thi dead live.-   sers^-and  victory ���ther?!-^  "*Ertaei*ril    1 Juried beneath 'thi clav Seors ��� 'tofat . independence   and_ pjiit-  aiteomsabwa   xf : this"'start:, v&ase,    their    cat  sfX-detenam*Boo  has. ;��*-  1' ���       ' - - - ���   - -'      * coise   taore  petsasiac^.   Wit 1  this' has. matured prsde1, Trife�� 1'  h��$9r and integrity- has always  exlstei  feaiag ' eeeoaraged  ani  eef��tr<��d' *f.hea necessary by th  smg- ^sd couacS^y-iSIorai asd -s<-  '&e<d   oiher  1**   a ��st-  daae   necessities,   they   carry  <��tt. --theii*   sss-bphi-sical : exist-'  vnce.   Without   fear- of -these  dead'   kshahitaati    the    cea-  csenee-fiee   IzxfiarU   stroke  es' iFe*h    st**^%- Pr2"5?"*^ a i��arfey sasd-  aad -wash-'   ���$*���" "f*8**. ^ cayuka can fee  cial  tntraetiOBS   : are"   sten_>*  ;ymisde*4.    wig-re 1 they. ' -tnay  dealt-ivrith -by. &e same: aatbo*-  ity. lI6e"^SIV is related of. th-  aea-by  Hi,  f.ipLl}  stxxc. as*  1 Li&J*   &  K  i  T "*  T'l's.*.  Shew  5o��-  ^**��z&    ite  a*h' 'aud   fifl  th-pir- calabash   navy 'patrol boat thai san-aggleiS i  :helk   with   fresh!  ^"ater   aa?i    aboard a native girt. The youa"  sh*re, wiih v:iss 'baskete,' they- , ^ssim  was   sevezly   ponisfei  Bavi-sathfig-Hhe-iacgie's er^-    a=4 :a    search   party    oeve  lace�� .   ���   - '    .  -7 '    ' Ie��2dj tha-   ��cssss&asis   ��f   th*  b-   ,.',,!     ,-���'������ ^Mg*-. fes-t1 tMs sfcrieti^is b-ut*:.  ���*3*__l-trail: ha've beee cat    p|y2hfe as^'has dm.\caused  a  hmxsh Ihe v-^e-ye teagjes to    Kgiaiffi.Sa&Qa  tha*  Iearns   the  (t-ere    senuncttlarated   j��apje.rigid aai'1?^** Cfa ti��.  baa&aa    placCa-. esHiteaFV", ' li   ssenis- 'so,   give  Tfe*re ooe s>a.y    ^retifht   -in  awarecsss  -of ��� t��*  y oj| tfees* fnatsa, vaj^ ^ hmsaa .-'trast asd rjf-  3 tajsy will ksep   p^se*, p^Msd t&��-'hiM&Jtions  ^sks,. QShsrs- ripe   .jonuaii^-, -^s  acqesistasee  m  ii3jB|aa.:- aad  'sba sirssggEe,  feet a varie!  te^e gr����2 i  ;ar' s^vepal w  4�� :Ehat tjhey nf.ay he ass^i 500s.  r soi the remain-  \M**a*i ;  a tB��" s 12b ttit -&e-tns  i|***J tlkuCS,  c-Hp^i  iar-ntst*-  fc**^    5��!i>e   ebene**   ^r   ���t-a^e  *i yaca is he'E  Ii?> of the bas iKt may be filled  acssh its peti!a-E|e rooSs. 'Ia  sayta-eatj. the , ssa: mil ��ss��-: -day  -stara tl> eh��:* a^ay- so^e .c|  he -jsia^Ie isfewthi that l$zi-a-  thei-r ganfe|r:.  :ts .frosx fsakss  tfee - river.- s��jS  a ia their fessSs,  :*d .as She 'hoar of  assay- ca��abash  r^itrh  thssr  sszaB.  ;aa* t$> d^wa  Fte^i*  csscoi  feat    begxiee  jresa or Ssro-s  i?.e usstaHy pi  :he hoat--"T!M  j&aE5.   each  i��4��. aaa ea:  a-ates.    as a s  always, sshjectid-'lo aa aire  tKist, c*-of��?3*iQ-i& and israriatjx  ' Wbea ssp&5:rers- fesas.. a <fl  taat ossaary - hee&ssx relatively  e  ��� fee-    carisfaHy-  sfaeked"' ia '.tS.e-  EasMie  r^feers-  "SMS  .te-   4  it-**  *    "1   *  zx^i^a't t.~*J-  c"   ^rifc   a*   to   ��,-v��  er   Cajnu   >*ra2ii*   ch--  o;a��r ti.**-?  oi*   au|r   tri<  i.j^b^-.   taat  pcv**i-paa^   t&s  *-a^��> '"-.aratfeca. 4 -v  Msei?? ts-  'pherf they e:  "Be��  ?,o��s a^e- gssa  feiSiets ef yt5  piaatiaas.' Ths  tbere csay b*ej  wiE sers-e as  s.   ear ,'repe  ts sta&flity and  a sSer th^ E3.<5st  wsets t&sse ear-  rraly  placesl thel  daajres    35    wa <��a  TfeJ- it Jar &  ^i^-ar   ��a^   3s \ if  ��s.. &aaaaa* aea:-  a. asap. aH." ��6_s  pSed fr<s2��fe that  3sateria�� for fEwf-  sr ae^r . basket*!  ?<*;!�� the dsgbit c-aa be ..'Jaoa-  dk*i Aa_ *��iah a p-rsfssrssoca!  lasca ffee- pfe: *k&aSy ssmgjto  ��&* 5t��cx, ca^aaUy'-gasia*;! the  ^3a4 dawa-.a  aa-��EpaadS^  seaj .-'  Tiaa- 3ig��-t ^ya-fecSiiaat Caa  ����j-isa.a sse��?i:^ a-cayuka ^sa.  a jtagjifi Es-r��r  Lirnted  .4 Complete Sprme$'*-  INCttlilNG THI  CARRYING S  1700  JA TELEPHtyE CAUL^ JTO  Seaplanes  PASSENGERS  OF CARGO  3T�� Sg-rre l*on  will bring a modeifn iiraaio equipped aitrcratft to you  jai once. \,  (Jo Moddrk   *   ^ fyee    ?  GOR SEC  T OFFICE  Pfeairie Sejraeif @#S��  OrrI'C��  III- THE i03Ste-0? SHtHEU SIS DEPOt  !^IS I -  ��3"3S**3  ^-*    j.*   I1***  .. m m,m**  ��� ���*���  The Secfteft Peninsula Times, Wed., Mcy 13, 1964 Paje1 IS  ��� ��-Vt* -       *fc.*> 'i *~t -w   ��� V  t       4.  .-,        "\-tt.1--.   a      >  ���"^A*. *-",*���*_"'   "*. 1,*,  Spchett Bowling Alley.  - i-  ���*���������_   *,   *  'I       -  - ���My Evt- Mc^crip  INJTHE SPORTS cl-^ play-off "Well Do"Fine".* {roc  - I the Coainpionsiiip healing 4fi8# over *fce nmseri-up  tiie "Not-Got-Easys" ;wii_ a-score of 3939." High iadiKid-  ual scorer was Red Robinson-���sith aj 903 for three garnet.  fi^-BaliEr 25^270. :Ray!XeIsos S16-2SS.   X- *|   f  ���j���: : ���.���        .Lathes.    Le< b'R-e-isi:  I   I   ���-^qsassa  I y Batter up  KERRY ELDREB takes big swing, determined to blast  it off the centre field fence, ail was to no avail as  he was walked with ihe inext three" pitches.  Gibsons wins tight lone  sons  m  Rsa  Baba  case  behind  corae  DOUGLAS* STARTED [ the ganiffor Gibsons asd.the  first pitch .'wa�� laced out to Mft field, bat was caught  'ard TFuraya the first batter was &it in short fashion, the  next man up walked ^cd previous to this Furaya had  pulledyoae of'ips. famous stolen pases- leaving two men  oq base. Brad Bowser hit a hoi single and loaded the  bsises. -  j ; ���~���~   %*���> -with a  sia^e aad fteaais 3��a2 wfc* a  ���drHihie   drlyEag  the  arst   cattar  thtrd ez&Jng tha la  ch-ftft   i*";ir  takizg  css:h"sa Jecd.  3**aa Baba  ja-a is face  haP.*   sr?-?*   Gfa  .s.*^..   s��.a  ��ifch 2* reas-  Dosi  to) triable ia  the  aqd Keaa*. JchasasScasse cs to  a cice.'la^r da-ars tnird off tha  bat *cf Eaaay Jaaasaa earssd  hka, a RBL A loaf Sy ta izfx  eeaSi bars-, seats ana&srrBS,  but ithe raaasr cs tfcaai farg2t  ts ig ap. assi was 'caKed-oct-  w*, jj...^ w-  da~|:  Seefcjit  half -aaa it  ���uaz- far '.tha  Ki   walksd  B^ad    Scatter   l3��*"d   a  <e^s to ieS  wisah.  ea)*i.aj tha  iaaia-s  Fes zzzxt half ��al$  cislts as thrj  crfchle play ;  n��o  Exes.  '50=2  ssas  caaght  br Secfcslt-  Se-  paEod eff a sacs  ad s^isd tte 3i-  c4^ ^ 5hxt f^^.  5.^-cs.��lt startjd tb taper- cS  aAd earcr* ?5sgSi2d t&e Se-  dk!t a^saS: t!as-��<K��^fe��a -st^i  S^ay  "   la: the tsxt  *'2a-' a - txstless  3ierrha^5- -.- _-  j '  The'~jp2X-. rrrf~g- -sras *oo..' its  tray -sfeea Kerry-"Odrsd gc<  the saa ia hi; <^^$ ahd nhs-  ssd as t_��eki fly aac trna hatters wtze bs. by. -psefced: fasSs.  Tfcca caaie a lia��';&r3a ds-  ^grd fesse Sae [fctaag ai-4a-  ctef raa for yGSsaas. Tha  C23C fcatts- strsck ckc -leaviag  ^s b&sss.-Ssaidsd-- thrae-' a*ea  dziwn. - . !  Us- tsp 'cf* the fifth praved  the rsart that- Ksaay = Jshsssa  *-a3 a_ -strasg ptlcfcar- Ha Sroct  ost't_��--��rst t��* fearers. a> faca  - his*- sad a bird Texs fearer.  ---.-was h~sd dzftrn the third base'  - lias. *r Yoasg . . Mike- "- Gs��a*-a5  -~iaad3-:tae cksec bsaatifal cau=t  cf the day, rahhirg thz bansr  cf a ciaa' doable., b  -Eos Bcha threw his. ana.- <as _  la "the. sisah aad Say ' 51 ssaria "  caiae ia ta r2lie^fc llcs^d- ai-  -. hnsed'two xea- to get sa hs^--  lavcly dzaale"' aad earaed fcia*.--  <e!f t^ra EBFs:    b  - Ksaay  Jobasaa  caaas   ap  ~z>  rbat c=xt :atd"hh. a saiglr c-a  . aa* error- cf Fszaya. tie short  stap: Ths rsxt fetser ssaefc^ect-  Ths  iCcr^   ���t.  t^-^s.  ptrazzt   was  - Sschat' cataa   hack :,Jn -tfae  - -seceath asai-: ra��s a heal e��-  .-fart " ta   Isagrisa . feeir   laad.  .Brad. Bassser hit a cice saigle  aad Ksrry"-Ejdred Sat :the-* Ica-  - ge�� baS of; the" gaa^a fee it  |sr2s"*eaa#37"fey-tfce- csstre--fM--  ";der :esda^r the- irr^rg* far Se^  cfarit.  - Gibseas *&ecLed t&?!bat  they  -E^ra  s-walSag f��s.  -Tcrratew foo macli -_  for Pender team \  BEHEST)   xh^ "fCFar-fcit  pacfeiag  <��   I.   Earata^r -tha   vis��iag  Gi^oas Sferchaats of the Babe  - Ei&h Leagas -waSoped the Sast-  ' ihg, Pead*r . Earfcaa" Coareis  22-3..* Karaxesr -also -ssaaa. the  big "tat of the^gaa^ias fee  si^atsea t��a. c-oofeles. p*er the  i^ar*. f^acs - ia riahit? fz^,^*.  The P-eaier aiae- was'""����������� by"  .Darbs-   Re��:   wch   a..: ^Er'"cf  This ica* a Wedaesday^ e*.ea-  .ia* gaaie.^tjc" May a the Psa-  dzt cldh hosts' the Sach&f JIus-  tairs ss the" hi^a s<ic<-i Seia.  .Ld'i see a geod'tcaedL  iMe Leape  rpsults    _  TEE   WILSON - Crsei: i Cr:crfs  iaa -. the    G��a?eas ."Flrss^a  esK at WIlsos &eek ca  Sea--  day.   Vesag   WLaa   frsia.   Gih-  s^ - piu_t2d~a*l- ts?o-hr: " ban;  -gaa^e" arsd_" ksl the Fjrenzez to :  aa S-S min. IM Pcrt-.M<iLre To-;  taias - met^_*^ - aooerti " Cre��J::  SaJd���rs^/^E3fe)ens CresS: the I  sis^e yaft��raaea_   tas* ? -sas   2 !  tiffe>bfaai��  .aL7 tae-'vay7a2f  Boberts. Raiders: came ossz  tprzed the pvie -*izh as S-S .-  ' smsecne ta rx-sr- trsse gaass'  ��dr 6si ar ;aey dc sec -sasK ta .  1��S*.  Harrkt*&^fy| st, Udiori-U--  taee;*   Bnsss    ^��efsaB."f-_ii  .- ^2??f- Spcru Cfjh: Haae! iyte  2i4i  Bev Nei*3a. 234; Do^dy  Scaah. 731 (23. 2S2?;  E*iss*r  Carter.. 2T5;  jLa*t��ae* " CtucS.  *.��6 f3��,.27&}J .Eager axSsifi.  *2��I"   ^ '   b ! :      -     tb  . BaH*!-. Cbast*. Masfsrd *$��;���,-  -_3;   Wes - Bystedt, ! ��S   i^2l;  - Sai . Waaers. |TC   CS��j;   Jise>  Jaeger. 72. Ted /oe. Cal.-' Red  : E��i;ia$ca. G&c.   Syt-rja 4adLsoc.  SS <Si >; See Woods. STi '*��*<. -.  J��_a    Eiwasia.   etl.    Caarte  " Miidaftstcsat, j CZS;  Uarr  tta>,  ���06 c3��*. j.       1  ': SyClBf"  MifflesX-    S*��^r - Ho��S:-  skI,- ���43   (3SL'-;   UL-UcG'_-r%  65T -5-2Gi:7E*c Bflhrrrec   SS:  ���J��e Graf^ 5��l,:^.S*rfe liacft:*.gi._  ���2&4j*2I*��j;; Stat: . JT*e���".   f*M;  Dave  Pj&ari.- g��.- -UC-." CS; :  ._Hamet .I2=2y7 tl*5* <2ST .   E$e  Kcscrip. 6Si I    -' ,  _ Jdesn'G^etL. the mil   *--4*-��  aiaa.  says  fcis -&rea.itel  lis���ire^r.  -cs Jise 'mark&z Zacrzzn s.u*zks.  -What.  thn-Zlzt hoes*   ii   ?.:"'���  t���*.Tt!**zr,e^  fei^-^EarK  ahte.**- bt relied  t���S3.��� '   J   -  ka^a:-  aaa^>. *"*.ta  5*-3��v " i^i.t-  .{__*-' 'csaaZad ,a"Uh aa ferrar Isa    a1!^-  " ia   taa   nss.   G5js<xis-  Herca-  ." a��2s waa sis gaais- &5 ia the  -Sr3^ - gT^!f***sg   assag'   psayed;  ���'ttes- year.    : - ���      ' ''  ..-The aaxt..gaE^. sM .be p��ay-  -ed: at Feeder ca May j22.. P��a-  fe vs Secheli-" *   - y :  - Thire is- tai 'that: tire ����!���,��  aaxi Scadiy ��iE be played - a:  " tra-ralLrc * by   G2sai3-   Chick _  0��ai   tbe-  - C; E. SIOJTTE  EUUXCZ1KG SE5LY1CE  Lavs *t_3iff*3"/s*s^ ��� _.x��-r*ftB'-fl*0  - ead Esa. S��S��sf  RtS ESTIMATES  Ph-cr.e gS^-2357  Surplus Exruirmi^nt  won SALE  OS CATlllAlMODS.  trios $l^0<!0 .  -*i TAIU> TiUCClC  SHOVEL  35-fr. -^ajine boons.   G '���'.  r^e S4JQOQ        r-  * - 1  1 De YII^ISPAIKTI  SPSAY COMPEESSOR-;  ."���"SllADIT--l-i  LOGGING LTO. I  MASOlA p^atx. t JC    *  -   P_aa�� 833-2233   ,.  I:  I  i  i  '   Player of Wesfc  IflCTURED !S Kenny Johnson of the Gibsons Merch-  |     ants. vstKJ pitted ose of She most -excassg .gases  k She season He was also 3 big bst'for theteaia-^e  k beisg pr^ested the ba3 tsat s dosated .by .The >e^  clitlt PesiESnIa'TiEies ^sa "*^^:-ts the best-player c��  GARDEM jEt^Y BOAT WORKS  -I Meci^kal & Bscfricci Repairs  A-C6vJF��il=" L1M��-dF'.-BOAT RS^i^S  Gi^aSey.BC^ -b-t?fco_�� 88f��6-  i  1  I  I  i  i  1  1  i  LISTED HERE  ARE ALL JHE  STORES OVER THE  PENINSULA  WHO CAN OFFER  you m6re  X  i  ���pf  COWRIE STREET, SSCHELT .  phone fss-*ms  i  *i  1  1  1  1  I  s  i  1  r  1  -I-  i  1  ;���;  *C5Za.L:^*TT4S 1  7  elt Per insu.  TK^Punlshihe Coast Fall  Ctfi8ijnil|tee met orb May  8 pits   with Ipn *^ra,y in  chair* TeA members ift all vMe  p.��*��r ! -  oklefj  Program  Th  diseu  'that  j catel  ithc^B"  Itliem.  .  TJje  fiactedl  uti'ir.SRBa  .-*��eiik/  ;gra{rf,  ��f chrec%rj  the  p\  \ cutting  It1 is  !pro ycMn  |midil<i|of  4-jTlieiXdiies  0  j  7.)  d  ahd   I  ��   agr;dd  im4   ch ssejs   of   certain  wiud  pe rppped  as  ver?   h:tie -appeal to*  / ���"'        **  ertisjrs will/be coh-  iriml sfor donatio's  { of  tte--" advertising  througl out/thei prp-c  ~v MU  bf listed ih  i. This will.-Ciit  ^eyJialf  it   sjz,0,  p*b Jy  ivilllbe   out/ by   ttj^  un4\'\  exhibits \yere-  ��>  Jh  s fines'   Available    ��r<:>m/')Ml  TiB-CJ T ie deciding  motjon  be ng tijeonacji the ones/  !  :*  ab  t? fr|0m  Powell Rlv<?r  Lions Z ClUb   \-hb  ve  mfe/iin offjerj of help, will!|be  t$cti>d   a,id' the /CommiWee  forwa rd   to /more ' Itelp  ir other  organisation^ who  e'nat yet sentfk represent-/  tiv'4 to any ineetlngs..     _,  U  .11   rent il,. /insurance   a^d  lighW' discuss ons" "*tobk place  Mortal adjournnaentlll The ntid  me'e|teg\ will tajke Iralace aft1 si  t.���_.\u^i��u^.. >M  Anglican/chur  p.m.. Way.      '  /a  ri  .#  Barffiiolomew  j et quite  a  bit  of  ngressman  Nick vftarifi,  muchAj as' \*i  expense' also,   /People appared'tty h?tve to be  Entrants Far/���*'"  a*.\L��   a.��->,i���   *������  tu*.  roofing drn:��fc~ ready  for  the  or  suffering  ex  it  "but/*not\ nearly as  gu Anight- expect.  T^Np+*a9i  ��** "hi  I  Trucl  UNUSUAL jC$L# on the smX*  ^  oul[ lastl.we-k^in Seche^i  fire. F*tre en^ine/was/on/tjia sci  quickly piyibat }peMjffli>fyi tpfe  of ^e  a] light  SC^tie *wi*jhin  w*m!s��  ��� -   ...  ^ v-.*jS��& .jaas��*j''!'"*'v r*t  anfc  ^7"  ti-v* s^ir^  iremen went  truck caught  minutes  Id  toil  Mow,  Pender Harbour  May Day|  THE president qf the Pender  Harbour May Day reports  that things are coming, along  nicely for the Stay Day celebrations to be l held, on May  18.  He also reports that there  are several commercial entries  in the parade this year which  is a welcome addition to the  parade. ���  !  Donations are far above expected *and should provide excellent prizes for the participants ,in the various Sports  Events. I     '  Mr. Torjan wishes to thank  alt those who have given assistance to him anil his committee.  Make this day one . to be  spcat watching the parade and  crowning to be held in the  Madeira Park School grounds,  %' good time! is,promised.  /{,  Mid  /up.  1/  OJSE     TIMES     CLASSIFIED  /   FOR   QUICK   RESULTS  elt, B.C, - Ph. 885-9519  >y  ~wswt  ',  -\  \  kl<i  PAINT  lECHEUTT  /  fA  ;i  Jpeciatlat' in foot .care  (dian Mi  arina  i   FRANCIS #XNINSUUSr  j / PENDER HAJlBfHJ^  [       Everything for the Boot jOwpi  I   Shell Marine Prod.,  mmr0^m��mmmm mmmmmkn rmmmwwm  Phone 8(  wmwmmmmm*Xmr*mmmrmmi tm+wmm*r*\  paw To Mmll  ITMs _Bpac  ISM I  ���?  1JM  k2  GUI'S.        if  HL * J* i ''     I  *******************************2  ,/  ...in iii  �� i   mil  mm vihJ.ij.j.*!^""  y .">     C*.   *    .'2^*"���'*���"��� ^ '- --i.'"^^  'Aiull line of  'lorle Hamilton ���'  creatj4ns  Drivfc/ ,  - * <  /  </'/'���  (1957) LTD.  COMPLETE LINE  ;NERAL MOTORS  x ^��RS AND TRUCKS  AUTO MOTIVE PARTS  '��^PY"'8H0P ;  specie uzed Repairs  Adjacent to Si^ir t^ew Hospital  !   Sechelt, B.C.  P tone 885-2111  ���mmmmm mm*mmmmmmm*. mmmmmmmmmtmmm  7--  V\\      7   i ,s*}^:*  'M'b  xz  y  7!  /  Pod  m  !%b  TKi  Ccfi  8 p!  chafi  pre.s'  *"Th  dlSCU:  that  catel  the'^e"  tliem  Tiie  acted  ut  :3j)ei*\%,  ' ra  |f direjct?  ;ai|r  %k help  The SecHelt Per insul i TO  iinlshihe Coast Fall  ftiil|lee net ors May  with I .en wray in  fell members \ity all  *"* -  oklet   Program  ab  r,*BC/Tfie  \ cutting  It i>  !pro jrafh  |midil4|of  ,i ^e  X*i*!  ft  1  ir  ertisjrs  ytsa.ls  1  of  wiu  very  lesi  May 13,  1   leciding n/otipn  ig t j koniacp the ones  frlom  fowell  Rlvi?i  ClUb   who  :f  tiv  ahd   iStfWa's   agr;dd j  classcjs   of   certain  rppped as  :tle -appeal l!o  will/be coh-  for 'donations  tl eJ advertising JL  thro[ug}}out/thei prpV  listed th  his will/ciit.  half  it  sjz,e,  expense also,  Entrants Far.  out/ by   i\,&  ch,hfcll  it 8  ,\l jet  idr uts  a  bit  of  /f ��u. -.Lo ryv.ungressman  tlaiifi, "but/hot\ nearly as  as' hou/tnight- expect.  e apparedtl*), h?tve to be  ring dry:nt, ready   for  the  hatofif, 'or  suffering  ex  ....       .  .     mre  :r|of help, will pe  t#cUd /a: id' the /commiflee  forward   to /more ' h^Ip  ji-1 other organisation^ who  e'nat yet sentfk represent  to any ineeti|gs..     t  ,11   rent il,. ^/insurance  ligh|' discuss ons" "*tobk place  fore|l   adjournnaentlll   The  me'e|teg\ will tajke Iralace  Bariiolomew 's   Anglican  - S\ '*rY Wf '^fi-*8" 1/ SI II-  [-    - '--Fa    '���  1, ,*���  -*tt  * k-  fc'K-  -��>  ��� A.  p.m.. |ay  -�� ���Vi" il-- t-|2tS-*i**'-'.".it-: .'-.V1  '!    *bs*i'a*^K^l'"!5"P -* *-.; ^i-^^S^.} ,.lbl'?Ft??^S^*T,^ft**s*T/' ^*f"i-v ^>-��  ,T**'w*i+**S&  of r;)ie  , ,*. - L    . ,. ,   , ,������        aj light  rite a letter to the   fire. Fjlre en.gme^vas/ppyMla scuhe *jvi"|hin  iiaitni,   or   ��uiier��nu   ex-      T,.TI,���T��..    ^- .-- ,/ ., </-  ,-ruciatinZfinancial pain from    UNUSUAL ffiLU on the sqMnms  burehij^racy , befora/they'U  sit OUl[ lastf^ek^ Sechejiff^Vh^n  r,*:?^^v"*l-^  -," t}\u; *  -.  �� 3'v���� *��   >.��  . 7^j  Trucl<  attfie^i-ng  ��  s-  ir'-sS1  s4%  ^*r-'  *2**-f  *ae��ai  &4.  l^bbr  ^<r  \ \  PAINT  M  iECHEUTT  ,-ie  rS&j*����}{TE*$fQ&  ~xzm  '******��* 9******  _~^>  XT  ^ft.i ^%y'j  iremen  truck CEiugJit  minutes  ga/tank toiild bio^'//up  went.  Pender Harbour  May Da?-  THE president qf. the Pender  Harbour May Day reports  that things are . coming, along  nicely for the Stay Day celebrations to be l held, on May  18.  He also reports that there  are several commercial entries  in the parade this year which  is a welcome addition to the  parade. '  Donations are far above expected *and should provide excellent prizes for the participants in the various Sports  Events. I  Mr. Torjan wishes to thank  alt those who have given assistance to him anil his committee.   " !  Make this day one . to be  spcat iwatching the parade and  crowning to be held in the  Madeira Park School grounds,  }' good time! is,promised.  A"  ahd  V/i  /USE     TIMES     CLASSIFIED  /   FOR   QUICK   RESULTS  W*#��#��#��#***��i>��if**��OJf*��*MHMWi  /'!  ly  S5IOE ST��KE |  elt, B.C, - Ph. 885-9519 J  Jpec^afisi in foot^are  idian lsl$  arina  |   FRANCIS I^NINSUUr    '    ,  ? / PENDER HA|IB)5UR  Everyyning for the Boot jOvyp  Phone 8  |   Shell Marine Prod.  tr***t  ��� '/   f '    -/    J  ***** t************************ ***��**���  \   X  ]m To M/esl.;  This _Bpac��  I  * '    i*/l   A*        " *  mmmmmmm+mmmmmm**Wj*&mmmmmm*mmm+mmmmJmm��*mpm*mMmmjE  '/    T  r xi  /  **Kwm9y*mmmmmm#mtt  \  -^  H.^..  1^71  '*T-*~5  lil  sr~~  z,ri  A  7-  >n��  \  \  me  mmmmmtfmm*  M  ^xz  r\  ��*  86-39  *SK  v  m@mp&  /  creat*4ns"  / '  -9?4l  /  /  ^  mm  1(1957) LTD.  COMPLETE LINE  GENERAL MOTORS  CARS AWD TRUCKS  AUTOMOTIVE PARTS  TOYSHOP  SPECIALIZED REPAIRS  \\ \\\      J-  Adjacent 'to SroUr New Hospital  ^\  Sechelt, B.C:  P tone 885-2111  immmmmmutmmmmmmmi mmmmmmmmmht** <mmmmmmmmmrmmm mmm**~~*~

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