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 ���    '..    .  Authoriz��i cs secwsd ��>css~  melt iby- the   Post   0*t<��  OepCrtifnenf, OnpufS  Serving the Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet), including Port Mellon. Hopkins Lending. Granthcm's Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Creek,  f Wilson Creek, Selma Perk, Sechelt, Holfmoen Boy, Secret Cove, Pender Hctteur, Madeira Park, Kteindafe. Irvine's LoncSng, Eari "Cove. Ecmcnt. JiF WfCNfSDAT. JULY 52. 1964   IOC  K-;  < ���   ���        , "''    .-���   :". - -'.' ���     --. ���  \ Temporary permit. . V   -  iow allowed  merciiEi Z0EI9 only  ,^ <* TRAILERS WERE again the subject "of controversy at  I   last regular meeting of Council of Sechelt, but. mem-  beistwere rather more in accord th^ at previous meets' ing   *when Councillor Gordon expressed, his dissatisfac-  tioi  with the mariner in" whicb the santitary inspector,  S^B__fry MacDonald, had refused trailers a permit to enter  ���*  the| village.  Iwith the exception of Councillor Dawe, members.voted in  a | motion ^-that trailers be al-  kjwed lo park within the-i village but on commercial property only. This will be only on  a three-month basis and will  not be J considered as permanent residences.  jvillage clerk Ted Rayner explained that in a number of  . ways I trailers do not comply  with regulations for permanent  residences. He added that ejyen  iv^th a temporary permit,-tpey,  have to provide sewage connections. ��� \  (Councillor Dawe who stated-  he could not agree to trailers  ' irj any way, attempted to bring  iri a motion that they may not  bp permitted in the village  area' anywhere for more than  48 hours. There was-no seconder fori the. move which was con- ���  sequently  defeated.  II-  CENTENN1AL "PROJECTS  Suggestions by Les~Teterson  that council consider a" history  o*! Sechelt as a centennial project,, failed to .impress councillors,  j   ,  , Peterson stated he had a  comprehensive" record of the  district which included^ pictures  etc.    I   .  I Councillor    Swain <. said    he  thought something a little more  substantial would bej preferred,  .Councillor Dawe gave the opinion that sufficient had already  been written about Indians,  most of which was only hearsay anyway. Council was then  -:,        7 --see page 2  Spark sei^ off  freak incident  ������^*ikx0%zgr  DRIVING home along the upper- levels highway with a  load of lumber^ ;Elnar Bergen  of Gibsons^ was" somewhat mystified-" Avhen people on the  street waved him to stop. His  puzzlement" quickly changed to ���^  surprise when-be saw the load  of lumber - burning merrily  away."  Apparently a spark from bis  exhaust had- ignited the load  and the. slipstream had helped  by fanning it to a blaze.  " Fortunately for -Einar, the  West: Vancouver fire department * happened to be practicing * in the vicinity, and were  soon on the- scenet.extinguishing  the flames before more than  minor damage^ hadjbeen suffered by ihe jcab and its interior!;       "  .  1. - :  ���           Rescued by police                 i      17 "            y  SEVERELY  DASLAGED  when  washed  ashore  during Hit hydiopole  heavy seas, this cabin cruiser 4he property of Mr. a*:-*!' _^*f,-���i.AJ   "  W. T. Gibson of Richmond. B.C.. was finally rescued'and QHIO aomOUsnoa  dragged up to safetv]bv members of "the RCMP at Se- DEATH narrowly missed fib-  .-.ft*       .**----     - i       - -   *  ������'"*-- ---T-tcfCib.-|cs  of last S"U-  chelL  No breakwater .  esse! washed ashore  i. -  Non-compliance. �� .  Commercial premises  cause council storm  NONCOMPLIANCE with conditions of a building permit  i    resulted in C- Johnsort of Gibsons receiving a little  straight talking to. by members of council who had asked  him to attend their last regular meeting. '  stated        ~���~~~���~���~~~~-  |Councillor. Drummond  he had, together with the building Inspector,  carried  out-an  inspection of commercial  premises towned  by Johnson and  discovered   construction   of   a  completely   unsatisfactory   nature.  , An old retaining wall under  a! new  structure  Was  unsatis-  _, factory, "and," "he said, "I am  ; niot   satisfied   with   the   older-  . building;   many of  the   beams  are rotten.  J "In order to get this work  completed satisfactorily, we are  going to get tough with you and.  refuse to pass it."  I Chairman    A.    Ritchie    told  J(ohnson, "With your experience  "you   should   know   better.   You  have been told what* to do by  ,-thc inspector and if you do not  -.comply you will be in trouble."  f Johnson   assured   council"* he  .wished tb carry out - construction   satisfactorily,   and   added  tnat he had not yet seen the  building inspector on the premises'. He suggested that perhaps  the   inspector   could   call -and  tlefll him exactly what he should  do,   TO  which  Councillor   Fee-  rley   replied ,'"that  is   not  his  job;  he simply sees to it. that  submitted   plans   are   adhered  tb."  ���.   ! The  chairman  recommended .  lie consult an engineer to advise him. Councillor Drummond  getting in the" last word with  "yes and I hope he will stick,  to the advice."-;- -  " It was finally moved that the  building committee and inspec-  ,tor make sure the foundations.  and   construction  come, up   to  specifications.* ^      '  er sneavynnmoge  . PROOF OF THE need for a breakwater at Sechelt was  ; ��� very evident last week yhen during the 'night of  Julv^i4 another vessel was torn: from its moorings and  smashed up-on the heach. W. Tb Gibson of Richmond.  B.C. had Jeft Secret, Cove ml his cabin cruiser about 7  pjn.-Monday, July 13 and had tied'upTfor the.night at  Sechelt wharL_      - I rr-*:���-���: *���    7  ^' At 4* a;nu" be was awakened  by roujh seas harlins Jags  against the. boat. After making  the vessel safe at_anotier location, he spent the remainder  of the night walking therwhirf.  The fallowing morning jthe"  boat appeared" to be secure and  du& to thc rough weather. Gibson left by motor vehicle for  Vancraver. .  Later in; the day.  Corporal  Nelson  of the   RCifP "aetach-"  ment, together with  two  constables   were   called   upon   to  rescue   the"   vessel   from   the  dutches of the sea," after it had  been  torn  loose  frotS "its  anchorage and washed ashore. .  "Damage   to   the   cruiser   is .  extensive. -     ���  Commenting on the * incident,  .Norm. Watson, chairman of the  "breakwater committee, s'a t d.  "This is but. one of a dozen or  inore boats badly damaged cr  demolishsed during the last  yearror sot Only, last 'night another cabin cruiser \ received  feeavT^ damage, when- it hit a  deadhead- ��_  j 'The isajjKty of mishaps  would never have, occurred hid  we a breakwater, neither would'  ive have-so many logs washed  up ruining the beach."  . 1 Norm is currently waging a  i-igarous battle far the establishment of a" breakwater far  Sechelt^   . .   :        7.7  ert -WilJiata Clarke  in the early hours  day morning, when his *l'&  Baick hardtop left the road as  he rounded a cur.-e at Bali valine's  conar. near  Gihions.  Proceedias to .Gibsons -Irfrn.  the Langdale area. -Cu4:e-  aged about]2S. narrowly rr^iec*  a cariced yehifls as he vf-nt  ou^bf control aid hit a h}|ro  polesheforf tosracs to- rest upside down. | - : ,      |  He .was naSadr fa St. -Halj-'s  I&spitai,   GardCE   Bay,   w'-fbre~  he is reputed  as  being  u-'fier  abservaiioa7   far   suspected I'fa-  temai injuries.   ., |  7* H&  car Was  completely |le- -  malishea H. the  coUuiin *f.lh  the  pois.    j " I      .  Ladies] Auxiliary* j >  make presenidtzc^z  LADIES'AaxOiary'fa.thl Bf%*l  X*an3d;ns; Legion Braach- |I0.  supported &e new hospfcaL&^t  week .with a geceroos &nii|oa  of $145d.   \       . ���_ _   "j'   j |    _  The money raised" by |a" clcn-  hined. effort..was pre^efetaflto  Sir. Harvey Hsbbs as chainffan  of the Haspilal EoardL. I    |'|1"  No fire hazard .  7 Ft-  ew buildings doncepi  japporSBt in hospital |  HOSPITAL TRUSTEES and their wives together *fi_i  memters of the press were taken on a comiuft^d  tour of I the new hospitaL last Saturday, by Mrf^olni  Toj-nbee, clerk -of works.       ;���~i���^���-���l���t������|���  _: The inspection "proved of im^ .descriptfea' of - structural Jp^ro-  inense interest_ in that of re-_  cent yaars, building 7cosstruc-  tion has undergone vast chan-  gesT. most notable of which _is  the almost total eliminatiorrof  kood. A eoncept of building  Structures virtually isdsstnic--  table by hre. - 7 -  | The tour was posably more  Interesting at this time due to  the "fact that a mass of pipes.  yentilatoss, air ducts, cables -  and. itenxs^of equipment were  visible, giving an. indication of  the tremendous amount of ap-  That old bridge -     7 partous necessary far the niulti-  ONCE AGAIN ferrv traffic had to be detoufed, as Gran- Ndinous fa-sdhties essential to  - thams bridge was the scene of another accident on pe ��P��ation of such as msa-  Wednesday, July 15b when'a, logging truck carrying a g^,^ %����Z��g 2  loader vehicle, turned-over on its side just as it came off ^e, c-^trhctioa detaS w"1**  the-bridge, making that short curve. No one was hurt completed objure the bldbd  but the_joad was tied up^ for two hours: Plans are under nnes. ahd" arteries ortiie baad-  conisiderationifor a wider roadway and bridge by the   ing.      _ ' X  highways department-   - - ..|  Mr. Toynbee gave a detailed  gress and I layout. and!p��fed  well able to ���answer a punier  of queatieis pet to him dating  the tour, | including ' i targe  number trim. Councillor Serael  Gordon ��^o showed considerable interest^ -  Of   particular ' istereU.    *z*.  the exterics" wall ___ish7arj>u:Kl  "the main entrance. .S3Sasual  effect   knot-s   as  "riish .hammered***  concrete,  is |ac*co|npii- "  shed. with i. powered ^his��J de-  rice which! chips taeJ concrete,  "creating   d   very   pieas&nt   ef-  -fect.'PLiht'ito carry cfitjthis effect around the ccxnplei "tjuild-  ias were aband3n��i"<iu* ti tr.e _���  expense  traolved.  -Bringing {the fa��r fa > close.-  Jcnc Toynbee asked d anje^e  wouM^cartb-to see thc nurses*  faoaie? Couscilicr Gardes, immediately Jvolanteered tis services.   .1 - __ .*���'  :Y  Page 2       Sc^tel. Peninsula Times,  Wed., July 22, 1964   LEGAL N0T|CES  mM��*m*m0m����a*mmmmmmmmMtrdamm*MmKhmmtmmamm,mmmmmMmmmmmmmammmmmmmmr  Published Wednesdays by, the  Sechelt  Peninsula Times Ltd., ot  . SecKdt, B.C. /,   \  Gross Circulation, 1850 copios  Classified Advertising Rjotcs:  -3-Line AdBriefs (15 words)  REAL   -STATE  GARDE.-f   BAY,   Large   view  One Insertion ..���  Three insertions _  1 ���4-  -85r  .1.70  ��� lots,  wharfag  nities.  "Terms.  Phone 5S5-2161.  Extro lines (5 words) J , 15c  Box Numbers, L���25<i extro  If paid before publication, a discount of 25c per AdBrief Is1 allowed Semi-Display,* Super-Display,  end Blue Chip Dispfay . J.50 per  1 inch.   , I  !"  * Legal Notices:      I  1'7e per count line (*> words) first  Insertion,   13c per coiint line subsequent insertions.  Deadlines: Saturday 5 p.m.  Subscription Rates:  FOR R:NT  front,  July   26  9313  REASO.'AJBLE  teacher accom-  modatori. Modern, furnished.  10c per copy  50c per month (by    pender  larbour area. Box 0889  -  advance. ,                 .  Sechelt rimes,  carrier); $5/00 per year, in  -  Cord   of   Thanks,    Engagements,    WANT_>D TO" BENT  DeotRj, Births, In Memoriam, Com-     W AN I pu   IW KBN I  Form No.  13 (Section  LAND ACT  By ea,r or by boat,  available. City ame-  Prices . from $1000.00.  Sechelt-- Agencies  Ltd.  Notice of Intention lo Apjpl*: to-  Purcha^he Land  of Vancouver, and situate  rict Lot.2739  6901-32  3'BEDI.OOM home on water-  B.C., occupation garage  afar intends to apply foi  LEGAL NOTICES (Conr.)  40)  FOfin No. lEj (Section 40)  >r ("LAND1 ACT"  !   I i      ,  MORE, ABOUT  Council news  ���from' page 1 '        .  ,  unanimous    in    rejecting    tho  idea.  NEW LIBRARY  ���Chairman. Mrs. A. Johnston  advises council a' previous .mo��'  tibn to consider a new library/  was a rather ambitious program widen she now felt was- a  little beyond scope of the coun-  cil\ at this Tittle. Council agreed  Noticie \ of i Intention to Apply  i tio Purchase1 Land    '  i r      -'1   i -  A���_. _. _��� ���   r     r��� a   ���� ^A-,n���   nt.tri.4       ln ^nd   Recording   District      nd   Councillor   Dawe   moved  .^.l^iJ?^^...?!^'. of Vancouver andj situate Dis- that the motion bc rescinded.i���  trict Lot 2739; j-'   j ' The ci,aitman then explained  f TAKE   NOTICE i  that   Joan therc   werc   other   means   by  TAKE NOTICE that William    AudrcyJ Cunningham   of   Halt which it might be possible, to  James   Artltur   Atmstnng   of    mom   (Bay,   B.C. . occupation get a n*cw library, such as in.,,  740   Belair   Drive,   Richmond,    housewife intends to appljj for, corporaling one.in a new village'XI  <|ity - -water.    Yearly  lease.  I home  885.9943.   9890-tfn  ��Per" permission to purchase thtf foi- office building,' which was badly,  Per- lowing described lands: needed ana would have to bo',.  mission, to purchase .the follow- Commencing at a.post plant- considered before too long, * ��� ** -'   ;s  ing  described lands: ed 28 chains north iind 5 chains      I      ���.���.--   nloEi      ;���: ,1 :i  Commencing at a post plan- .east from tho south west cor- RECREATIONAL DIRECTOR... y_ ;*.  ALL   electric   waterfront   cot*    ted   approx. |33  chaks   ST_orth nor of district1 Lot 12739; thence       Chairman of the PubKc Ser- ~- i%~:  tage  jm[ good   beach.   From    and approx. 4 chains East from 20   chains   soiith;    thence   15 vice  and  Recreation  Commit. ". -J  JNear   Gibsons.   886-    the South West comer of Dist- chains,'east; thence approx.  1 tee, Councillor Sam  Dawean-  rict Lot 2739;   thenee approx. chain I north   to-highway   101- nounccd   to   council   a   rccroa-.  17    chains   East;    thenes    20 right of way; thence following tional director was to  be  9777-32  chain*-South to highway [right -| highjway 101 right of way in ap-  of way; thence following High- ., proximately' a  north  west  di-  way 101 right of way in ajproxT .' reotion to point .'of commence-  9889-32    i'mately a North West direction .; ment and containing 15 acres,  commencepient. ; more or less.  Ing Events, .Etc Per insertion, (up to   -r,7rt����TTCUfi,T.   Ur,**,*.  ,-���   e��iuu  40 words) $1t25; extra words, 3c   TLRNIS|HED home in Sechelt  '    --   - area.  each. 25c Discount-if paid before <���  'publication. ' -'$150. a  The Times, Sechelt, BC.  PERSONAL  "PLUMBING repairs and installations. Agfcnt for Stihl power  saws.   Tillicum  Plumbing,   Box'  316, Sechelt. Phone 885-2055. *  , 9949-tfn  BOATS  10' ROv 'BOAT (plywood). $27  cash. Apply. Edith Tawse,  Beach ^venues, .Roberts Creek.  9897-32  LOST  \  FOR SnLE  MALE   cat���Grey   with jwhite    Hospital  nose and chest. Answers to  name of Whiskers. Also b yellow , budgie.! Lost _ in Langdale  vicinity. Reward offered. .Contact A. Milligan, Pender Harbour. 883-2414, reverse charges.  "_   '' I ^895-33  18'  CABIN  outboard,  fibrcglas  plywoqd, good hull. S350. Ph,  883-2323. 9893-38  WORK WANTED  'SL  WOODED water tank. Approx.  2,000 ilals,, in perfect order,  no   leaks.   May   be   seen   full  $125. Abo one  Good. ��10. Edw  SMALL  mixer  886-2354.  gasoline driven cement    located at BlQck '.B,f\Blcck 2,    f"H���"J?JlCl.��^  P D.L. 902. Plan 4776. ' LUNCHEON  DISH  Fields - Lawns - Gardens  b    ROY BOLDERSONj  Box 435 - Sechelt  ;,      ���     885-9530  . Please   phone   evenings   only  ���        9722-tfn  opes,  and   alt  contact  885-9654.  HELP WANTED  Phone 8S5-9303  now in j  ENGINEER" maintenance iman  4th   class   certificate   metes-  sary.   Apply 'Administrator  St.     phone 8j>6-9600  Mary's  Hospital.  Box 40^,  Se-    .  Chelt, B.C.                        9000-32   ~faBRIC|_��N and  French invisi  -J 1 ��� b,.,.-.        ble munding course  Help Wanted, female  ' pferienco you can earn as  much ' as $2.C0 or moro per  liour  hi  your *pare  time  on trains you. Write Mrs, Legg,       criptic  ���; 2."35 Holyrood Drive, Kanaimo.    at The '"imes. Phone 885-9654,  6903-33    Quiek s  2 NEW SUBDIV1SICNS  W LOTS  to    point   of  Excluding   Lot   6758   and  tainjng 13 acres, more or  ,, ��� 4 The <��� purpose  for  which.' the  Willing  to  pay  up  to    land is reqU*jed is to improve  nonth. Reply Box 9719,    homesite.  9723-tfn  WM.  JAS.  ARTHUR  ARMSTRONG  and ENGINES  Dated July 6,  1964.  6905���Pub. July 15, 22, 29,  APPLICATION   FOR  '    WATER LICENCE  WATER  ACT  (Section 8) .  We. Arnold Emil Puchalsli aqd  Barbara   B.   Pnchalski ' [Joint  con-  less.  ap-  .pointed for the whole. Peninsula  in' the very near future. Official announcement is expected  soon.  Cptn. -Dawe, then complained  that    although���publicity    was  6, '64 ]  ;    The   purpose  for  which   the    conUm,a���y bc5ng given to pre;  Uand is required is homesite.       scnlations' m?dc   ,by. one   or.  i       'Joan Audrey Cunningham    ohther of the, local institutions,  !        j little or nothing, was ever men-.  ! Date|d June 29, 1964 tioned    of    the    contributions,  '9725-pub. July 8, 15, 22^ 29    made  from   time" to  time,   by  -i        i the recreation association. "We  donate lo many- causes jbut seldom . get _ any mention," ho  added. }���     '-  USE   TIMES   CLASSIFIED  FOR  QUICK   RESULTS  The point^Afi diversion w  Good condition. Phone  9776-34  FOR    L STTERHEADS,    envel-  i statements, invoices  / commercial printing,  the   Times   office   at  tfn  The quantity of water to be  diverted is domestic usc|���1000  g.a.d. J  The purpose for "which the  water will, be "used is don.cstic.  The land on which the. water"  wilt be used is Block B, Block  2,   D.L.  902,  Plan 4776.  A   copy   of   this   application  was   posted   at   the   proposed  point of diversion  and oi  the  land where the water is to be  . ��� nr.     .       used on the 12th day of June,  DAISY ind Crosoman C02 Pis-    im and two copies wcre fUed  tok.~i-.lso   Marksman   pistol,    in the o��ffct. of the Wate:. Rc.   ~ 1lock at Earl s, Gibsons.    corder at 53- Burrar<i St.. Van    9899-32  CANVAS���Ground sheets.  Dunnage   >ags���tarpauUns ��� Boat  covers   made"  to   order.   Walt  Nygren   Sales,    Gibsons,   B.C.  9898-33  ^^ y. ��� Value    ma>T   be   "let*   "A"ith   *he   sai(l    catc mixture. Be sure your egg  $15(T Se}l"*or& svvap"Vfor  power    Water   Recorder   or   with   the    whites arc not beaten until dry,  saw'in dood condition. Mrs. Mc-    Comptroller   of _ Water   Rjights,  LADIES:  Without previous-ex-    mtosh, jlalfm'oon Bay, B.C. S"Ua!!!���L��u?2^J:..yT^fc   .BACON  I   Shred half a head of cabbage, cream    with    the    wcll-beatcn '  |cook| in, enough   milk   to   just egg  yolk  and  add  to   the  hot  Arnold   E.   and   Barbaija   Bl   | cover it, for about 7 minutes, mixture,   simmering   and   stir- '  Av-    RUBBEt stampi' of  m  des  amps'  9896-32    B-C-, within thirty days at the  first date of publication.  ns  may  be  obtained  'Puchalski   applicants.  srvice on all orders.  Earls' Cove Subdivision ��� adjacent  ferrt terminal oriithe Sunshine  to Earls Cov^  "oast Highway.  Isa-LARGE VIEW  Madeira Park Subc  Harbdu^*  ond  Gull  ! on balance  FOR  ivision  ���U09&' <Jown  Discount  $ALE BY OW1MER  7-0. SLAPEY  Phone 883-223;  7;.i  -��� overlooking Pender  '-��� easy" terms  cash.  ���Madeira  or phone  985-4934  '  -fc  Park, B.C.  N( rth Vancottyer  First date of publication is:  July   22,   1964.  6906-33���Pub. July,22, 1964  trecs��r  t<  t/ie njixing bowl   ���Kitchen Hints to Help You  COCONUT BARS  tenants) of R.R. No   1   Gib-' , 1 CUP FLOUR, 1 tsp. baking powder, pinch salt, *VS cup  sons   BC  herby apply ts ttie butter or, other shortening.  1 egg  (not beaten),  1  Comptroller  of Water  Rights j tbsp. milk. Mix toj*etl)er as you would a pie paste and  for a licence to divert ani use I pat into a square or oblong pan. Then spread a layer  water  out. of  Chaster   _reek , 0f jam over it and on top of the jam spread the follow-;  laree theater'   ;which fl��*fs_?<>u��-<*rJy and dis- j lowing mixture. 1 egg well beaten, 1 cup white sugar,  rard e  Harvey:,   cbarSes lht�� Gulf ot Gtorgia , V/2 cups coconut, 1 tsp. vanilla, melted butter the size of-  ���--.!���- ,���*.**,*,:    and give notice of my ap|phca. an l,^ Bake in 325 deg. F. oven one half hour or until  1 nicely browned.  '��� '-   ill be   !  3 cgj?; yolks, Vi tsp. salt, V*  tsp. paprika, 1 cup grated nip-  ���py__clieese, 1 cup cooked rice  1 tbsp, melted hutter> ��� CUP  milk^- 3 egg whites. Beat egg  yolks until-very thick. Add seasonings, rice, cheese, butter  and milk. Beat egg whites until stiff"  'mixture  jing dish.in moderate oven (setting baking dish in a pan of hot  wateit) until set about 40 minutes. Serve at once. Paprika  may be sprinkled over the top  before baking. You will notice  ,this souffle has not even the  usual   white   sauce    base���the  ai hot oven till the bacon is  brown. If too juicy, stir '-/ t.  of fine cracker crumbs with  thc cabbage and milk before  putting in  the  baking1" dish.  couver, B.C. , _   riCCAvill prcvide the very little  Objections tb this appli ration    body necessary to such a deli-  SifXVORY SPINACH SOUP  il   quart  of  washed   spinach,  1 cup water, 1 bay leaf, >4��tsp. .  salt,   1   tbsp.   butter,   1   tbsp;  *.   real, c��B  ��-ii����  mi-      nour   2 cup, Jnilk       lt anfl    c ,.  Snkc fn freased Sk     pCr l��  tartc-  *   tSp'   paprika"  Bake in greased bak-    dash of gralcd nuUnpgf Vi cup  cream,  l   egf*  yolk  well  beat-_  en.   Add  thc   water,   bay  leaf  and salt to the- washed spinach ,  and   cook   until   very   tender. *  Press' through  a  course sieve. ,  Melt the butter, add the flour '  and stir until blended. Add'the  milk   gradually,   stirring   con- ,  stantly   and _cook   until   thickened. Season to taste with the  salt and pepper," add the pap* *  rika and the nutmeg. Add tljie '<  pureed   spinach   and   heat   to,*  boiling    point.    Combine    the  BAKED   CABBAGE   AND  Put in a baking dish, season ring for a minute longer to set  ,with'salt and pepper, and lay the egg. Serve at once. This  slices of bacon oh top. Put in    should serve six.        ���  Churc h  .:��.  Bethel Baptist  ^Sechelt,  B.C.  Sunday School 10:00 a.  Church  11:15  a.m.  Prayer meeting  Wednesday  7:30 p.m.    "/  Lutheran Worship Servhc  Sechelt  Home service 7:30 p.m.  . 4 Sunday oh the home of  Hall, PorpOis^Bay IR&Qd.  . Informationi-phone 885  885-2027. Pastor J|ohn Ulnfier,  Sunday School   11   a.m...  noon.  I and  Frank  2C08  or.  to  12  3 BEDROOM HOIS  ERECTED ON YOUR FOUNDATION  From   $6247. ��� $624. down ��� $78.  month      '  , M-MHOIS  ���"  :  "                Manufacturers of  Cottages ��� Cgbins^rr Commercial   and  Residential  Buildings                             \  ]'���'/���  v       BOX 679, POR-ft MOODY, B.C.                 ].  ���*^.'V."-St  y*s-*si4 ^-%-Jt;^ ���T _^r^. -.- >��j.y i"2  *- ���������.,-���     -i  Sechelt .Peninsula Times, Wed., July 22, 1964     " Pcgc 2  In Your Garden !  ���**|*    '" ' ��� "       - ��� I I    .1     ���I I. ���      I        l l     ���ll li.ll, j���    ll   -l     l_���,       .1        ���    .,.,���    l���   ���...^ **, ���  ���  ���|- ".'..     ���By your gardener ���   The Old fcdfec  IFJTFIE-LAWX was given the proper care in t'.:e Spr;.*;*  "| the results will be apparent sow.-0:: "J:--* utht-r \:u-,sr,  if |no speeial attention was given, il .vrll ?'t  ?\--\A- :���.���.-������".'������ -������ ���-  a^kTAX   >>       k:X :���  -. ���  Sg^s-^fSb        .    Jfl: P**V - ***V I  ____Hs?��!cr^'*   -���   ���>:,���������'���.      i  ***K*ft***ffl.-iT    .. C.    ��_* j *  w      *    #     ���      *       ��� ������ i_  V  Man of many parts  DEBONAIRE man about town, Morgan Thompson of  j   Morgan's Menswear" a man of manyparts, adopts  a;tiew role as suitably clad he mounts the ladder for a  little exterior house work.  i  Dogs to parking . . .  Gibsonstjounbillors  survive full slate  j �� ��� ��� ."���--������.-..���-..        -i --.-���-:..'.      .  GIBSONS COUNCILLORS- went through a full slate at  ! their last meeting with a varied^assortment of items  ranging from the .July 1 Soap Box Derby, troublesome  dogs and parking problems to oil can dumping in the  sea.  . b..    ���;; ,..,.---���-*���**--  MUNICIPAL  FLOATS  Councillor M'cKie brought up  the - fact that ^the municipal  floats were in a poor state, and  that work would be carried out  tot patch" them up until next  year, when it would probably  be, necessary to renew them.  He also pointed out the annual  water .sports would be as usual and -that grass along the  beach  was  to  bt cut.  along the main street, was  signed, but it was decided to  include an' additional five  lights due to the fact .that by  signing a new contract - with  the Hydro authority at this  time, cost of the installation  would be at a considerably _ reduced 7cost.  OIL CAN DUMPING  ComptaUit^about oil cans being dumpep into the sea "was  Consideration- was - given to brought^upiby "Councillor Feen-  the possibilities of erecting toi- ��� vJho Mimed t^e cans were  let facilities along the beath -in t y^g duv.*** far eaJUgh  the Bluifs  areh,  which'is get- - out    Consequently   they   Were  _  ting to be a popular spot  i *  MERCURY LIGHTING  Street    lighting   -contract,'  wnich. included   installation   of  . scyen    Mercury v. vapor   lights  floating^ back in and. heln��  dumped, up on the beach.- "I  have mentioned the1 matter to  Barry.��� MacDonald," he rsaid,  "but he appeared to. be unaware'of the problem." ..  TEST WATER HOLE  Reporting   on   the-   proposed  - drilling for water in the-vicinity of the .present supply, Coun-  -=eillar Fladagar stated, "Drilling is to start.next week. The  test hole is "still, overflowing  which may be.-taken as a very-  good   sign." -.'".-���'  SOAP.  BOX   DERBY   I  Ah incident, which occurred  during the recent July I 'celebrations resulted in a letter of -  complaint from J. Gordon; who  suggested, council shoald give  serious: stUdyi to the .danger jn-  ��� volved hy yqongster��]u5ing pabr  lie roads for their soap box rac-  bOity would rest with the parents.^  It ; was moved a letter of  acknowledgement be sent to  Gordon and RCMP be notified  of the letter/ ~ -        -  DOGS AGAIN  More complaints were read  out regarding the dog nuisance,  and Chairman.A. Ritchie suggested someone be employed  "on a commission basis to sell  dog licences." ��� " "*  Village   Clerk   Jules   ManMl;  explained there were so dogs  curreniy licensed in the village. ~  on - which7 (JxinciUor   FTada ger  commented:  "There are a  lot-  more dogs than that here.**  PARTONG OFFENDERS  All day parking _by a "large  number of motorists-is caicing  problems ia the village, some  of the offenders being* tbe~mer-  chants themselves, claimed one  councillor. ~   >_ - ~ _-  ' ���  * Others named were Port Mellon workers^ who, it "was alleged,' park their cars along  roadways and elsewhere and  pool cars for mill travel.  ��� Councillor Fladagar drew attention to the fact that parking  was available, at the rear of  the Bai Black as stores' occupants were asked to pay a rental for parking and . did not  use-the facility.  APjftRTMENr~BUILDlNG  t  Sanhil told council XHA peo^  pie- had made a thorough inspection of the district, he-  lie ved to be m connection .with  the. proposed 30-soite apartment -building. Their inquiries  and Investigations Included  building areas, water systems,  fires systems,- discussion with  police, the taking of pictures  and ' a comprehensive inspection of the village." :  month-by" being easily Burned. To co.:i:,:rjo#  , gleet "with, a minimum .of effort, art a:, il'.c.'.i  .plfete "of Ammonia well watered in %w'.l yX<-  a fcoost for a couple of fevysth*.  It {should be remembered sibt  ;thi is by.no means a cure-all?  but oniya makeshift until- the  proper care can be given. Do  not cat the. grasss sorter than  tuo- inches.and avoid frequent  sprinkling as this taxis to promote  shallow  rooting.  This  is  the    month   that    crab    grass-  mikes  it  appearance and the  belt way to counteract it is to  make   sure  the lawn  grass  is  in fgood growing condition and  hoi cat too  short. Shoald this  pest get ahead of yon the thing  to !remember-is that it is an -Bsg  annual - grass- and    therefore  should not be allowed <o pro-  u**)  :-L:s  c: >.i:-  c^:j j*  trr-.       !**e  ami I*.-*.-ts c ri  .:: u  u:t'J   ��   -f.1  they arc Izrz'-  die.'The s..-.- z.  <!���     f \           *��� r ���  ��� Wi r.t.- Li   -  thc vegetal:*; z  stsoiTa-e cf t"  ates a dust rz.  T*u-  c-r-  :-.:ch Lr.:5*     ...  to   conserve   *  the   soil   s-.d  seed   for   >o"  with cold tap  .'-'.. n. it  water.  ":*? XTP     \Zt  :sau-��   '-he  Cbe c'-Ad  watering   ar.4  the   next   dj.y  good than a _j  r .  *     u.  V..ii  . o( L  hx.   bo<ieg  do   r^t-re  ,ht ��i��r:rJt- "  The   small! fruits,   suck   ��s  duce-ripened  seed to'produce    ��*^>�����.   P�� ��" 5" a nt s [ aid  _ !��.; _��-��� ������-_ ^-gaosebcrnes' ;s_ou!d   be   jtitfa  a crop- next year.  The home gaxdener with one  or 1 two fruit trees can spend  a "profitable few hours by going  over his trees and thin out tfce  fruit while it Is still small.  This will resolt ufUrzer fruit  and in the ^nd a more satisfactory, crop to" store. Fruits  that are "grown close to the  building.- such as grapes and  peaches shouid_be givefbextra  ^watering and " mulched " with  peit moss or compost to conserve" the moisture.  Vegetables   also   respond   to  fre<piesi - soaking*    and   {here  again a "maich wiU fiayfoff.  Keep a sharp "lookout. at! this  tisie for anylsiza of branches  dyin^ back ks this ind%at*s  the presence I of,, a borerj ��1  the smaS fruits cas. be. reject  to this pest and as soon jis-jit  is ac-ticed_ the iafeeted - branch  should be* cat out azd Jsii^^sJ.  i  It's   getting} so   we  cas*|   k>  caM "whethier 3 wa?.rWUI Rfg^s  or   Hz -Tayiar   wi3o   iaidt   fl.  never met a tnjn I didn't Sk'e,"**  - I  Worry is a lot like a rocking  chair. It gives you something  to do, but it doesn't get yoa  anywhere.   :  _   Special Notice  BRITISH COLUMBIA FERRIES  The present Horseshoe Bay -  Langdale schedule (lunellS -  July 14} will-continue  - UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE  Telephone;   Glfascot   E86-2372  Po-weB   River   4f$-4135   .  BRmSH COLUCVISIA  846  Wharf St* Vktarie, I.C. j  ins  o  I  the Times  -Gordon claimed that while  attempting to dodge one of the  racers]; he fell heavily. '*I ana  able to-pay any-resultant medi-  caL bills, but what would be  the situation with a person  who could not?" he asked.  CouhcillorvDrummond agreed  there, was something in the  complaint but thought responsi-  imWWWWWWWWWUAAAAAAJ  I Are you looking tor the best in a furnace  ... for the best terms and   j.  at the - lowest '* prices? b  I No payment until October will get a FURNACE-  | MEN FURNACE. For our price and terms call  I . Collect 883-2643 ��� after 5 p.m.  j P  , *" "       "  'ECHELT MIR SERVICES  PORPOISE BAY   (Sechelt) j B.C.  -" \   A '  Air Cbaffe? & Aircraft Maintenance  Fishing  Hunting  Freight  Air Taxi  Contract Flying  %                                                                         r- i.  |                            ��� I  Sightseeing Tours j  . - -                                    i |  Timber VruMng \  Air Ambulance 1  PHONE SECHELT {sSf-f 50H AND B00K ���GHT  4i  \  T  ! :!  jf" / may be wrong,  but I shall not be so wrong  as to fail to say  wltflt I believe to be right.  ���John Atkins  Autumn Storm"  White   horses   galloping   over  the   sc��  Manes tossing high in unholy  glee;  Torrents of rain beating down  from the east,  No break in the weather for  three days at-ieast.  Thc wind's blowing hard.���I'd1  say  forty-five.  It's smashing and screaming  -    Slariiiig lease f ��i* t��iirlst p~���  ,    ,          s ,  ::.f.:j!'������������'���        ���. ��� . ��������� \S-^       '                and the Blob  EACH YEAR sees an increase of visitors to the other expenses.                                                                   *     ,                       ,.,.          ...      ...  ^^Seelndidore and more districts, large The average visiting party spent SI" 1.20 per   (Cl^stian sdcncc Monitor)   ^ "���*��� ***  ahd4all, are becojning fware of the fret that .night in->^^ ^ ^^'id^^ BVE_lY onee'to a while U *������� "* f,y,��8 qM,,c. *"  tourism is an industry to be taken serioi sly. average%pcndmg per day_decreased indirect pro-    tuni thg ncws to the adver-1 ,b-    y'                         ���  Naturally, aMwith every other subject under portion to the length of time stayed.       I               tisln& pageSp Just t0 keep tabs! Waicrcraft struggling, drowned  the sun, there are those for and those igainst, . As the survey points out, every person trav- 0n what today's civilization, ,is  ancfalthough there huglubbe some merit to the elling our highways could be a tourist frbm some- really like,  argument of the hnti-tour|it elemenC the tourist one's point of view, as for instance a trjivclier on  traders a source of revenue not to be cas  .asideb '���'-.-- y * *.'" \Z. - \-:     .���'���**"  7 An indication pf j the value of attract  tourist trade may!b<J gathjered from a stidy carried out by the British Columbia Travel Bureau  of the Dept. of Ree^eatioi* and Conservation, for  19637 'X ���   [    ������ :  The average aiutomdbile tourist paity puts  approximately $91 into the provincial etonomy.  About 29% of .whi*bh'i-goes on food; 24 fp goes  for travel expenses s^ich as gas and ferry rharges;  20% g^es for lodging; 17% goes for slopping;  and  10%   for enteh^inment, services,  and all  Someone \ must   hav��  in the spray. \  There  goes  an  eagle,   mighty  somcJ    air loid,-  continues the report but an authoratiyf estimate snake, all  is that it generated $150,000;000 within our ec- t*een oka  onomy in 1963. Further, it is suggested] this total ^JJJ5[{J  the. difference  air   borne,-J-now  Now   he   is  tWeen okay , and elegant, i   he's away.  aj new sensitivity to Huge iixis and la��� :tlders com,  plain in their weight.  liook at the ads with  unstereotyped Negroes in them1, .....  New  York  Mayor Wl,h  sroans;  ani1  f"cy "-creak  will double in the near future.  *       The accuracy of this estimate maiy well be enough ^P .        _  open to argument, at thesame time, it is obvioys Robert Wa'gher's Committee'on ,   *��^e an old ru>ty gate,  the potential is tremendous and all adds up to a Job Advancement to report on The one thiiig serene and ob-  very strong case for promotion withii* our own "the   racial revolution  in  adj 1   .:..:-...'**.- '_,.  3        "p. r ���     i ���     ��� vertising.    It si part of an eft T   .. , ~,  ....      ...  community. W fort, in thel Mayor's words. ���_uJ|b.,he Z00* .�������>���* ��vy cm*.  correct An^ericaV image of it-'    <ng,over my wall.  M�� sUfep.tov police seU"  /  police, who, in a small  call to answer almost  /  ?!{ ..  3*  TRAGEDYy WHEN it strikes, invariibly in-  jvolye large ntimhersl of people in < trie way  and janother. By no meahs least affectec' by the  innumerable misfojrtunes, which strike without  Warning or favor, aire. Ithe  district, are on cohstant  evefry contingency | which might arise,  I l, The recent drowning of a young] girl at  North' Lake was- ap example of the multitude^ of  additional duties the. police are called ipofy to  perf^rnt over and jabavehtheir normal everyday  endeavors. A doctor Had to be sue imoned;  trairied skin divers !ha|d to [be located; an bulance  and equipmehti alerted; statements' from witnesses obtained; investigation into, circumstances  carried put; notification of'next of kin (lone; all  of which tarried jbn untilj the early lours of  morning. *tt^- X   j 7  Oa occasions (such as this, it might well be  appreciated! that thb ijaw officers j were nore than  ready for aifew s^orf heurs'slefcp. Unfortunate-  /  Meanwhile, "advertising   men'  -Vec Lobb  re  NATURE has an anrioying habit! of repla ring one  ' problem with another] Antibiotics marked  a: jgreat step forward in medicinei but soon tow  strains of bugs showed up which lkerally humbled  their noses at the 'itexjf- drugs. Pesticides i nproved  rs sleep.  1^ duty to the public was -ry^^erMor^ gM*J^j^^SZ The Old MaPh  thk time sleep was made ^virtually! impossible -,   ��,|s.. n0\ & tMuced cx.. ��� ���        T  by phone calls throughout the remainder-of the ^g  acc^nts that in many\iree  night from newsrooms of the many Vancouver tasesare iIstLainjng ^g flam- Down beside a saiidy shore,  radio statians, all clambering for the -tragic de- boyance oi \ehtertainment fori A h      old MaX uanti5  tails.      " b customers.    The -businessman K   .     . /   -, ���^  That commercial radio has to |j;o to such visiting   Miinhattan   today   *'fs And many.ye/rs us proudly  lengths, in order to get a head starts on a com- usually  vakljj  more  sophisti-;   ^ood  netitor with a news item of this liature, is a cated and better traveled than And   watched   thc   changing  sorry state of affairs. The police arej put on the "��. predecessor of even a de-    sands  spot for they haVe no1 alternative h it to take cade   ^X   feepiding   fo   a^  T'T  TA.yt��*     *Aa he an emer��encv agency   ekt>cutive   quoted   re^ j,s ho^y trunk is bent with  all calls, for they, could be an emergency. .cently.   uTle  brassy  evenings!     a���e  With ethics being thrown to the wind with of   ^glit fclubbing   and , pub- A af*  /   '.'        ...   -   ,  ,  complete abandon, it would seem {the guidmg crawling': ha'Ws  given  way  lo"And sp-wo-by childish feet,  hand^of thei Board of Broadcast Gpvernors re- subdued dihnejr parties and per{ That  up its  ancient,  knotted  Quires a new yardstick, ';'       | ' haps   an  (occasional   night   of     trunk,  A  central  agency exists for w arid  news; .theatrei" yvrote a reporter on  it should be a simple matter to opehte a simi- the spot.   ! J     . i  lar organization for night;calls. In jliis^particu- ���.AvA-mti^j&Vte-San Fran-, For often ^ a chi,d j c,imbed  A narrow pathway beat.  lar case, one call to the police woulfl  sufficient  BBUte  cro^^t^oductionZbvt^howCd tip in milk dnd other    useRlly appropriated to some hing'tliat will im- 4ood factor ii^ the adverfisin  *._5_F-_._.___���_i-.li!..L-.   *! I I       prove the mind and body, hot deteriorate it. busine*"s  today."   Many  time  ^;:  ffoods as a"dangerous^poiisan.  j;    j The goal of shorter work weeks hds an in  ' j cipient problem, if not one which is alreidy upon  I usl Apart frjom the fabt that-slidrtened wc rk hoiirs  'have rriade it almost jimp sssible to "find time for a  haircut on company time, othejr and morp s^riipus  A1 problems are looming,    j  ye are all fojr ihbrter work weeks. (Als'pri  - vate businessmen^ we find they give the bossI more  time to work when the shop is closed and free of  ��� * all interruption!). i '    j  '  But on the larger picture^ they are creating  a social/problem! which is already-challenging  thinking' people and-demaridihg more and more  social services. Already the longer leisqre hpurs  MinBBle Messages  have been c*sc0 Advertising Club heard a,  i   warning frpm David C. Stew-) lnlb '*s *��"*>! t�� hide,  .        art,   president   of   Kenyon   &i Or   played   at   being   pirates'  ��� --"gckhardt. I He    cited    studies     bold  '   showing, that the average  ad i'���.       .,.-.. ..  i^nds to bej only half as effec- JWho sa,lcd thc occan w,de*  a southeast  shook  thc tree  With strong and mighty hands,  We   made   believe   we   jsailcd  r   away,  To strange and distant lands.  in effect aij'weighing^epi^on nu*y people, TJ^^^T^^ ^he-  whose boredom turns them td the.pul) or to pn- lhofiI or JL^, education  He  vate drinking^-or^some oth^r form of frantic caiied thejediicational ���'explo-  escape. - |     \    . i       sion" the ^most under-estimat-  !  Leisure time is only of real v^lue if it fs e]d,   under-researched,    under-  We're fepling like a blob al-  '; ready,  T$ke  Trsmsit  <��# W&nms  BELIEVERS   NEVER  "Afo5l people fore; Inhered by,  those passages of Scripture they  do net understand; bui . , . the  passages that bother mt are those  I do understand". -Zl Mark Twain  LOSE  sincerity- alone  could  get  you   to  heaven,   then   why  does the Bible say:, "Belie\% on the Lord lesus. Chri$t  and thou shalt be saved"? Why did lesus Cirist Himself   say:   "No. man   cometh   jo   the   Fathi r   but   by  me?" Sincer'ty can't forgive sins but Iesu�� < "hrist can  Sincerity   cdn't   pay   the   penalty   for  sill  Christ did Sincerity can't give you the gift  life but Jesjis Christ will.���if you  fee your Sayiot  Fortunate^there are still frrir^i*^  they are still in the majonty-+who have hobbies audience grows in understand-  which gobble up every leisure minute of time and ,n^ ana maturity." Advertising  every leisure-ounce of energy. They may be b^se- can no ldnger assume that  ment dOrit^yourselfers, sports participants,7youth people'can be treated as 'imere  or community leaders, diligert reader? and even nunjerical globs'*  writers.. :Xwhatever they are, their p|roblems are WA''"1 f"o1inn v,t'  minute.  Those in danger are the ] eople w ho find tlurt  a work-week shortened by another d ay or hiiuv  day or a wor|k-week shortened by another���hour  or'half-hour simply means they can get to the  pub "that much earlier. J  A sense of purpose/is in direci; r^io to q (New y^ Herald Tribune)'  persons happiness. Thosepeople are|rich indeed I    | :  who are short of time.      b   *    -. THE  grav^  liveliness1 of  the   i������-    ! Venus del Milo has probably  BRI-HSH COLUMBIA'S^ RAILWAY, the SI "feir ��S^ le  PGE, got out of thered this year for the first world. And heir armlessness  time in its 12-year history, and turned in a net hasinspireid an equal number  profit of $7000 after a J long series of losses. ��f jokes, \ most of them very  Viewed against the background of d:her railway P����r; W H really almost too  operations in Canada, this is a commendable mucl?bwh,eK $ > day when  achievement. As a;esuIt|of continuird im^ove^S^ ��^^er^  ment in service and equipment, m :pite of dtf- should b^chipped en route to  A: LOT OF sincere; people have lost ball gunes. And    ficult operating terrain, the PGE firds its sales Tokyo. Fortunately the damage  othef' things like even  heaven.   For  e cample,  if    gaining satisfactorily each year with freight haul- was slight J and not irreparable.  -:"' -^��� --*���*���*   ���  -  u-    ���*-���   '*-���     ing up more than 500%; For almQsL fifty years But  Ae   episode, may J be   a  the PGE was a political football foY all parties ���ariTS    POIP    Olympus*    to  in  the  even-  And   sometimes  ings,,  When the summer sun had Lei,  c  It caught the stars like fishes  In i its green and leafy net.  .  And breathlessly wc clambered  'Up its scarred and hoary side,  But the stars we couldn't capture,  Though unceasingly we tried.  And    now    when    childhood's  over,  And lifers struggling seems in  vain,  1 wish I was a ilittle boy.  In search of stars again.  ���     ;i r  until the Bennett government fulfilled a promise ^sjdenbde (jlaulie, whose na-;  ioor.  TTie question  isn't  how  ou?   Sincere   people   often   lose.   Believers  but   Jesus  of eiernal  but trukt  Him  to  incere   are  and completed it in 1952 with the idee of develoo-���i0^ Jwn8w* j-     ...   .;-1  ing BC-sVas, incrior coiintty. It is ���ab!e \L. \TSl$��$2E^Z>��  all through this period the daily pess lost no chip it.      -  opportunity to ridicule and criticize the>railway,  -never do. Which are youf  '   ,  in   Christ  ��� S. cksseiis   then history is indeed being made.  owns  J\5f]  th6  Greek  master-,  but not a word of commendation f<j>r the latest G">*4cho Mairjc, when told he!  and one of the most laudable achiev ements. We c?uld shl��ke cigars on the air-!  are not proponents of government ownership; Ldf Dls^nJ3f'��v��ntt0y **  when government ownership can tun( in a proful l^re^Se? TheT ru 73  noynhe laaiei'." ' I  SsSheu VnmisvLArfat&,  Published Wednesdays  at Sechelt  on B.C.*5 Sunshine Coast  by  Sechelt PeninsuIaTimes Ltd.  Box38I-Siichelt.B.C.  Serving the area from        \  Port Mellon to Egmont -  {Howe Sound to Jervis Inlet)  Douglas G. Wheeler, Editor  S. B. Alsgard, Publisher  Subscription Rates: i  (in advance) ,  1 Year. S5 - 2 Years, $9  3 Years $13  U.S. and Foreign $5.50 fiin..ir_n^iiii         **Li*.  Seehelt Peninsula Times/Wed^ July 22, 1964 7    Page 5|  tl  V  '���I  Render Harbour /t/ews  i  -_  *"-    - A   ��_"-.-' ���by Hovrie WHite]  IF. WE COASTAL people'ever, set oat to educate thel  7 - . rest of the world on the climatic advantages of =euri.  region, we might "not have to start so far away nomf  home as might be thought. | " |  .   This   fact   was   suggested   to "- .1- '       }  me "by a ccuversaticm f-bccarne-.  fair. f *" T    .'���"{  involved   in   whenr_ wrestling   a        At a rerentf community p-dy\  hu^e   3��-poucd__bIock   of   ice    executive meeting it  cas jsaj-j  r   - .Burnt  remains  FIRE QUICKLY demohshed-this Volkswagen van but p^d smd better known to the  j   its two occupants-escaped injury after it.overturned oldtim'crs   as   Halfmoon   Bay  al, Davis Bay about 11:30 p.m. last Thursday. The' driv- Lake.  ei[, Fred Woodhouse of Sechelt in company with Lucille This lake, we are told sup-  ��� Seaton, also of Sechelt, claimed he had been struck by plies, the domestic water for  another vehicle causing his van to overturn, when.it Redroofs. The same applies-to  burst into flames. The incident is still under investiga- Garden Bay* Lake from which  through the door of Lloyd's icehouse. A great, pear-shaped  man, complete. with , yachting  hat, wheezed ~ up. and * "airily  waving a~big Jamaican agar in  my. direction, inquired 7^tjat  time of year do you cut that  ice outta" the " lakes around  here?'* -Z-y  " 7     :   -  Quite used to this" sort of curiosity from" South "of the. Border types who are also ��s the  lookout fcr igloos an��L scarlet  tunics. I politely reeled off a  well-worn explanation a b ou t  miM "winters and Vancouver's  ice" factories, confidently  sum-  gested   that   Saturday  evtfcngl ���_  movies    be    ihawa '��� bi-wetkly.f  ..This was foutfei ti be difficult\ -  owing ���*.-!" cbt^atiens   airjbdyf  rn&dz to. .ir.ovfc companies J,--.; |  I '- ~i~        ***"    '  -  Most cf__t.be*-*Csberrnen  (srr.-e:  now departed']for the Xor^_ if  have he^f<i frd��-various s-|ur��-| -  es that earlj*'s;3S5h fi5htngi,.*"i>|{  .slow this yeat. but;-then-ijheie f;  fLsfeertaik   are* not  famous; firf^  sending off finrw-jsfcs and frai-f-"  ing   national  'broadcasts   ih-_ii|  their netr'aref sinking v* ;*_n sal-f  mon. So it is hard to "kr.o'.r ;ust|  how thhrgr gof'tfil it is air ever.! 'j  ...,-_  ~ -   f vr **,ir~       A��  " unofficial    report    .~:n|  miag. up ~f. guess in CaMorma savolairien of Kjuqu^t m\  ��5u think we have to commute   ^   West_ feist   >3S  ^|thit|  I  tibn-by RCMP.  Round about the town  ���By Ed Green  ���s ...  the   hospital  obtains   it  water.  The  public,  we- are  told, are  exciudrti    from    the    irater^  shed area supplying Vancouver*,  for fear the supply might oe-.  oome contaminated-^   - J  In these days-of fanaticat microbe hunts, it is odd that no  publicity-hunting authority has  posed the question. They might  even find, that  public "bathing  by dogsied. eh!" I  ���"I danno," he repliedj strolling} og7: in a cloud of blue  smoke. M-come from Camnheii  River." .   I   7  Best  high  school  citizen  of  great things, hre "beginning  UA_,  happen' fcr   ihe .troHers'J.'oitj* .  * there, trho nzM no*', have fcecaj ���_  finding things -tough.- t    f |.  i t        *    ! t  Jim'Love   bas   another f.Mr.f  IF THERE WAS ever an argument needed in favor of  j   a hospital in Sechelt it is the tortuous road to Garden  Bay. It is an altogether too narrow road that twists aiid  turns in almost evrey direction but the one vou want'to   ia.a domestic water supply is  gh, and though-it is only about 20-actual air miles to X&*^ cause of tons cancer. They  Glarden Bay, you have travelled over 30 miles by the  tihie you reach there.  .1    \  : ���  If    an    absolutely    accurate    that Sechelt-is.theological loca-  have  accused everything else;  why'not th2t*J   ^  the] year,   Madeira   P^rk   girl    Smith   booked-at   the   PcpderfJ  Linda Hately is presently laid ^Harhsar AutojCoart, but ir cotfr  IqWj in SL FauTs Hospital bat-    giving out anj1 information.! Thelt  tlii^  the  effects of  a  serious    last Mr. Smith turned oat ^"S��i|i  kidney   infection.   Linda,   sho    XJS   Secretary} of  State,   ^eanl  made  news -recnlly. with  her    Rusk. aM ruamrs have ftftfiatf  acceptance by a. hi^. level Van-    this Mr. Smith, is- an evenj-'big-l -  coilver-art school,  had? ta. be     ger^wheel. Cbuld it be L."fL J.I  flown to town and has been on    hiinielf? I |    71 '  thel critical -list  *since. :Latest - -. '   i ___^- X\    5*4  word on her -condition is some    �� \  the  ATOMIC WEATHER  Mark Twain once  said  that  "  mjeasurement    was    tak.cn.    it * tion for a hospjtal servin  would probably prove to bc. al-"   large area.-N'evv^and straighter.? "everybody, talks about the-wea-.  ',m|ost twice- as far by "road as    roads to Garden Bay could not"7iher but nobody^-has: done.aijy-  by air or boat. Yet ouf ^doctors'  te|ll us tlia't three or four trips'  a I day, almost five hours driving lime, is 'commonplace with  them-; They| make it at all hours  day or night in about 35-min  change   the" picture.   It   would  bc 'foolish to 'expect it would.  Yet with the traffic becoming  heavier each year, something  will have to be done about the  .���_,.-.,.���        ��� ,.          _-��� present narrow road. With to-  ulieS driving time. If they seem    **.    .      , . TO ���������;'���������. r*  ,1. ,.,      ,-                 .    u- -  .i  - days    modern equipment it  slightly -diz,zy  on  reaching the -  hospital it [is understandable.  On reaching Garden Bay  there isn't; tho slightest convenience for the motorist visiting  the hospital. There is no place  to park and no reasonable place  ta turn around. There isnV  ej-'en a place for an ambulance  to back in and deliver its load  What is still more important,  there isn't' space available to  provide tltese necessary faci-  li ies. '  would be no trick to straighten  out a lot of kinks and widen  the road. Then Mr. Gaglardi's  road signs- might make some  sense. His .'comedy teams have  been at work up here as.evidence the 50 mph signs ona  stretch of road.not many feet  longer.  > Then you have the 35 mph,  sign. siElrTis your tires squeal  in making the turn, yoy are  confronted by another sign  warning "-you   to  slow  down to-  St. Mark's Hospital was, and���2o"mph! You havealready done  stjill is, a i fine place for an  emergency" if you travel by  boat.! But this belongs to a" bygone -age. The automobile is  more convenient and 'has increased the demands on the  hospital even though it Is five  miles from the main highway.  Boat travel around Pender* Har-  biiur by the residents is fast-  ck -but������the hospital has been  c illed on .to serve ^.an area that  makes -, IJender ' Harbour look.  S nail.  Times have changed to such  ajri extent that even thc heavier populated areas of Port  AJellon    and    Gibsons - realize  that three miles back, or else.  It.is one thing to'make" a buggy  trail out of a wandering cow  path that twists around the  slightest obstruction, but it is  something else again when you  put blacktop "down on the buggy  trail and call it a modern high^  way.   Dry?   Yes*.   Modern?   Xo.  CONTAMINATION  What are the regulations governing public bathing in sources  of domestic Water supply? On  summer days it is a common  sight to see adults and children  bathing ir. what' is called Trout  Lake,  a  small body  of Water  thing- about It.rAccording tb an  ever-growing number- of folks  today the ;atam_ bomh people  have done something: they have'  disturbed^ the"natural balance  arid things will never be the  same again. "They point out that  never in the history "of man has  the worid suffered so many  disasters in the way of earthquakes, floods and - hurricanes.  They sayVand with some reason/ that our weather troubles -*.  started just after the first atom  bomb ~xas exploded and. has  ��� deteriorated rapidly as-r the  number of test explosions tin-  creased.. Scientists ridicule this  theory btnr- is is  a_ significant  : fact that'Kussia has been toying with-thejdea of using atom-  -ic power to change the-direction of-the warm Japanese curr  rent and turn "the polar-regions  into a tropical paradise. It-"is  also significant that- with tee  world change7 in the weather  they have been strangely silent  about monkeying with nature.  Have th-jy been secretly trying  it on  a   small  scale?        ..'."_   1  **-. The present - season7 of almost  steady7 rains woald Vindicate _  something it amiss. The Russian., prorfiirtioa . of ." consumer  goods has been stepped up but  so far they-have failed to come  out with sun suits and parasols.  Maybe thcy_ know. something  and they aren*t telling.  "improvement. j    ;  - tiang^ time HarlKiur resident,  Jacfe Potts, 7T, is also in a  Vancouver^ hospital recovering  frofii 7 ecafor bowel surgery.  Htsrcjisdition   is   reported   as  ^ Women"   aren't    embartssedf  when they bay mens paj;r:-.as,;  but a guy ?��ieaasnsg a txjhl-i ���  g<j*fQ acts aiTatsough .he' *S-i| -'  making a dea| *<'t^ & dope ;.-:d-��^  dler7.    ' - A- 7. -.��� ���-��� .   . ;    - I:  j  BEH? BOTTLES - BEER BOTTLES '.  ���L-   ��� - -    -y ���"        _ - -,i       -   '     ..;  I 25c doz, cash for iempfy:<  1 BEER BOTTLES !     i"  fdeifyered to our yord^ ct Wilson Creeki Wtliprdt-  1 up  100 doz. lots ct 25c per iloxf  |   "     _     Follow the signs at Fields Rood  1       RUEBEN STROSHEIK -Phone 885-2251  J:  _.  -,���  i  V*  IF  ^53^Z-���*���-- E-^J-ir-  -    * ~. ?.. z:    ,    - -  Wi  YOU*RE PLANNING  ^ ON t  REBUILDING or REMODELLING  WE  ir  SHOP THE EASY CATALOGUE WAY  ol-  SIMPSON-SEARS  GIBSONS  (Located iri Thriftee Drygoods Store)  FAST DELIVERY SERVICE*  Orders placed before 3 p.m. Monday  Back Wednesday t  PHONE 886-2252  Seehelt - Selmb Park - Wilson Creek  Phone Toll Free - ZEnith 6912  Remember-   -  only YOU can  PREUENT  POBESt.FIRESl  -"11-i  Can Help Yea ,rSava Money  And End Up With "SaBsfabtioifr  I     b" PLYWOODS _       I I  I UHSANDED     ���     SANDED      i   j  \ b     D. SHEATtNG         ,          FACTORY J  {    4s8x5il6     S2j43     ^iSx'i   J^___iS3.70 {  J    4x8x3g 2^3     4x8x% _�� [. 4.95 |  |   4x8x14 '_ ?,95    <*8xt4 X ��-05 ��  *    4xSx*fK ��� 4.95 -^ 4x��xi��i       -' - f   7.30  j    4x8x?i  , ��-Q0     <xSx?i  FREE DELIVERY ANYWHERE  Everything to Build Anything"    }j  SECHELT  Phone 885-2283  m^m^mmm^m^^m^m^^^^^M^iMl^M^mMmm^mmkMm  -VS&& Poge 6       Sechelt Peninsula Times, >Ved.# July 22; 1964  People places & things  ���By Rosy  pleted its-second treasure I hunt.  ���The $150 ($25 from the News  Office, balance being merchandise from local merchants; was  'won by a Mr. and Mrs. Hunter.  Jf**-.  ��x :  some  '* Taken from the Powell .River    steel  ca  -News:-The last three milesjof    logs in  the highway toLund was blayk     *- ���  topped   last   week.   The   Sunshine  Coast has I now  its  ojvn  'health  unit  with I headquarters  in. Powell   Riveri   D/.   A. JJ  Cunningham,    from    Zanzibar,  Australia,   Tasmania," "Diwion  Creek,   has  -become,   the   hew  medical  officer  for  the  |Mir. Barry'MacDonald, we bfU.   tio' at his house in Gibsons. He  !;*!  , |liece, will also have his headquarters   in   Powell   River   in  'the near future.  o1   An _ abandoned   mongrel  dog  has    been    adopted    by   three  ; friendly   families    in>  Sechelt.  When  they  first  sawj hirn.ihe  ,was unkempt, dirty,  and  cowering.    Today   he   is   t right,  -brushed    and    beaming     He  -���* needs the love of three fami-  i   lies  to   make   up  for   all  the  j   abuse of previous owner*. His  headquarters, are: in the vicinity of the News office..  *   * I* -  I Dur children are delighted to  ^have the collie, | Luke, back-  i again. Bambi, the baby deer,  is now the star boarder of the  Big Maple Motel, where) two  does are* already! in residence.  and Alex Simpkins  Azdlustment urged . ..  �����**-  ���***-v  t  Both  councils support  WHEN THE i rain stopped, treasure mnters were everywhere on the back streets of Davis Bay. Richard  McNutt, age ten, dug up the box and trembling with ex- x\v.r��*    ---.  citement, ran home to show it to lis mother. The Se-- i&i **-'<$'��X %  ichelt times paid him1 Ithe ten dollar|- >.-��-.  _-���-.  The Powell River News i com-  launchink ramp just west of  the whai f at the mouth of Roberts Cr< ek. They; are preparing to pour concrete. Their-  only nee I at this moment is for  f ve-eighths or %-inch  ble to hold protective  place. Anyone wishing  to get in on the act should get  in touch with the chief" act* vat  ing fore rs, Messrs. Hughes and  Eldred.  trustees grant appeal  COUNCIliS 6F Gibsons and Sechelt were unanimous in  *v-   -****���������.- ���    . their decision to lend their weight in support of an  ��w*W/V��-~-b'V ; appeal & bei launched by school boards backing up re-  -^jij -<?��-.  ** + .; ;-"j presentation^ made by the B.C. School Trustees Asso-  ' * "f iX*- " * -'"* ^ ciation id the minister of education urging upward ad-  ���     '^J-^li' *f    ^     justmentj ot j operating  grant formulas.        > . X^"*")^"^ J-*r*       * In seeking council support, a                                 '' _         ���  TT % 'X "-Oi .-.  - <h. ">>-  **����� \*  Jh  yr-  ri  *l 'l  v^y-'"  area.  Treasure winner  Shoppijog last Saturday in TREASURE hunt publicised in the column, People  Places and Things, by  Rosy and Alex Simpkins  created considerable interf  est in the Davis Bay area  Treasure was located las  Sechelt among the many tourists were Captain and Mrs.  Metcalfe. It is recalled to mind  the time we were doing a pa-  -rtoonfire. *��� j.--  Last    Wednesday  L  ��� ���*  li.-  ;���>'  ��� ��M,  jtold abbut a trip to Babine  Lake to take a shot at the sun  ifor the Dominion gov't, to orient a n ap of the area.  When the conversation swung  I around lo the logs going to  i waste^on the beaches here, the  i captain told a story of wjicn he  was saling the Empress of  Asia ju :t outside Hong-Kong  when Hi! kitchen fatigue(jthrew  out some food scraps and" an  empty crate. Three, Chinese  junks b lade a rush for * the  crate. There were six men in  all. The battle was fierce. They  all, fell into the sea, * and not  one ^of i hem could swim.  That imTrvelous clear Sunday,  July' 12. .we   wtfre  up  at  the  crack  or  dawn'to   go  explor-"  rVmberton way.. Ricky  Friday by' young Richarc.   rate  at  walker off with a well de  served $10 prize.  In seeking ;council support, a  letter on behalf of the  Board  ' of   School i Trustees   of   School  District No.  4& (Sechelt)  stat-  .ed: I1."   |       ~  ' Cost  sharing, in public  cdu-  sharing  has  gone out of  proportion,   and   where   the   local  .burden   has    increased    faster  than the provincial share.  For 'example   teachers'   sat-  cation hafe 'gone badly opt of ba- arics, over which school boards  lance in the j last, threle years, have only limited control, have  Local taxpayers now carry a  much greater i portion fof costs  than they did when thd present  - sharing system was established,  and unlesjs ' Adjustments are  made in the provincial govern-  increased substantially ��� since  the .present grant schedule was  formulated. But the fotmula  has not changed. As a result  the increases havc become part  of the  non-sharablc section of.,  er 1963 held our triill  22.47 I mills.   However,  McNutt of Davis'Bay, v/h6   this situation! may, not continue  ment's sMre the situation will the budget and must bc borne  become ^vdirse . The fact that wholly  by  the  local taxpayer,  the assessment values in our In other words, the government  _����� -���_...   Vcr^ased   by   $1,757,- and local portions of teachers'  district  397..60 ov  budgets have been in-  stt-adily, due chiefly to  rs.  town of Pemberton. When wc  got off the ferry at Horseshoi;  Bay about 7:30 a.m. there was  no traffic from the city. Bu*  when we started back them  was an assortment of car top  boats, boats on trailers . and  even "a^car and house trailer  from Oregon. In several of th!  detours it was not possible t��  pass a truck, and we had i  lot of fun jockeying about will  half a dozen in front! and th  same behind.  School  creasing  two factcr.,.     .  1. Population growth require  more classrooms, more teachers, mojrei _ supervisory staff,  more  cq|uipme'nt land  supplies.  salaries and other costs as  well, are no longer in balance.  Representa tion Tias * been  made by the B.C. School Trustees Association to thc, minister  of Education urging upward  adjustment of operating, grant  formulas. Any assistance that  your council may give in supporting the appeal from school  affi  ir^t**K*M'&emiot\W"t���^ Sunshin^^sf;ttV^riftm��tht taattror costs; a ~^SwJSSert share of total  at    10;30    SS-JJ^'SSnS Sse    have,a^Sfn^Ued-l��lP+ J���!^^��� ��l���?!  i*as\    weanesuay    ai     iu:^v w' " u u     Ur     ,.   t ..       cious')   just  had   a  heck -, of  la  aifl_'*3_''J_f*a��*^jmc_i!nK T^zii   =-W>,"cboty hari toW hl"? t^tith.4r - time on this particular detour  "a��53��mi��KS=oi;lir.. f^'V^h^^hl^i     H? rinaUy Sot his ^al4  ,mway, .mibbs   itjva^Un^^the., **>k on^-ttwe to kill a horse. ?..ij)Jaj a.hfick^ddir ��nd.iw*e weije  WheA"* '"Iftfrld <*i& s*WI#Utfa-' J ".As it  W<A��^A'S'"Wdrld. *cH(!lsttiIdiir4Ife-' J "As it jturn^d out the day was    wondering  if he  was  able tjo  so-hot that hot "even one mosquito ventured forth, and only  iqya<Un# rt  frld.^W^ttrttfUKe-*  audience about the new .'hospital and the wonderful people on  the Sunshine Coast  Our areat,is bound to grow  because retired people like to  be near a hospital. Mr. Hubbs  can be called No. 1 publicity  man for the Sunshine Coast.  We need more people like 3>im- ther vertically than horizon-  | who are not afraid to tell peo-   4My. Ot one of his trips down  a few ilys  were seen passing    one that you go into at your    upon locjul resources. The sys  i pie just bow nice a place this  is. /  i j  Our lavender it in blqom, and  the children yill make sjachets  for our drawers. Therei is a  good crop of fruit this '��� year,  except for transparent apples.  Cherries, raspberries, loganberries and hkack caps are ripe  and plentiful.  ���;-��� ."      ��- '�����.������  The Seeheljt bank manager  says he's goiiigf on a month's  get out .before dark  At this moment this area is  2.    Geh��|ral | economic  condi-    boards uould be greatly appre.  tions  have* caused-basic -costs-   cjated.  ���to increase (salaries, construction and maintenance, supplies  . and so pn). lb'  A third factor i now evident,  and likely to!count more heavily In the! - jje'ars immediately  ahead, - U the '��� changing school  curriculum^ which brings new  requirements! 'for    instructors,  This is how we are affected  in School District 46:, '  First figures represent 1961,  second 1962, third 1963 "and  fourth 1964.  Total cost- of education in  district���Net budget ���$760,949,  $780,897;   $825,193;   $908,374.  Local share of total���$503,364;  _,     ..-,   udget  consists  of" two 'Section^,' "Shareable"  and   "non-sharable."- -  Costs lii the ('"shareable" section are J divided ' between the  provincial.' .-government* and- the"  local ta^payci*.! Cost of the  "non-shariblc", r te s t s  wholly'  $220,318;  $144,194;  33.85;  by.  - The raw highway is a long  way fre i,1 completion. In fact  going over some of the raw  stuff BiSly was travelling fur-  from tie roof of the cab Ke  says,  'Giddeyup Da'ddyo'  These  green glacial streams  are qui e different from those    pensing  food   ancj  drink alt   a    the budget, are determined on  terrific rate. Their specialty is   three inlaiti' bases:  transporta-  of the  The  Sunshine Coast,  icxagonal   columns   of  - holiday. Afteb- all the J  . Twork he has pone we think he  deserves it and wish him luck,  bur seven-month-did baby Anne cut her tongue very slightly  on the mouth of a' rubber  rag  doll.  It is  wise to  all toys for buttons,  etc.   I  *. y *���.      -    11  Men of Roberts. Creek have  ���i   bulldozed  and; are "building! a  good  faced  cheek  basalt i lso remind one of- the  road to the hotel on Mt. Baker.  But thi! new highway is not a  road pf switch-backs and tilted roadbed.  It wil be a nicb easy route  through thc land of the Dolly  Varden. The highest point, just  beyond Alta Lake^ is ��� under  2500 ft. ibove sea level and then  the stre uns fpw northward into       Scientists    are    now    bbisly    sion in  Greep Lake. ?The water of this  ;lake,is a pure true green, due  i to   the   glaciers  of course. ��� A  bit  bey >nd   we   came   to . the,  ���-blasting-  ! sixteen  i mately  own risk. There are. no gas  stations, and very few business  establisments throughout the  seventy" miles of highway.  Not far from the power dank,  on the highway south of it, in  an unattractive shed, and no  shade for customers, people ^ire  queuc-ing for sustenance,  Two business women are /dis  tent is designed to divide the  cost of basic, education between!  thc local taxpayer and the provincial government; and at the  same time,, provide opportunity  for locajl initiative in educa/  tion. ,       !      .  The* proportions  of costs  to  bc 'borne  locally  and  provin* <  dally���the 'shareable section of  $257,585;  $144,751.  Percentage, of total  28.21;   17.47;   15.94,  Mill rates: Village of Sechelt  ���21.33;   20.85;  21.13;  2tt4.  Vill age   of   Gibsons���21.33;  20.81:121.14;  22.47.  Rural] area���21.33; 20.85; 21.13;  22.47.  We hate ,to say so, but the  flattery from that new girl at  the office turned our head so  tar the hole began to show.  fresh hot apple turnovers., The  city traffic is heavy now.  What will it be when thc road is  finished? 7  When xke got home after such  a hot d4y of cutting colored  rock andt we|ldoikedi so tired,  Rosy, Marilyn and Baby, Anne  were glad they didn't1 go. Home  looked good to all! of us.  tion grant schedules; and a  fixed .��� grant j formula- to cover  other operating' costs.  When [the \ schedules and formula were set up i by the .provincial government! they were  accepted by ��� school boards  throughout the province as generally fair alnd satisfactory, but  school  trying toll invent a sound  will travel as fas*t as thp  plane;'     ' '-: v ,  that  air-  face. rThis point Is-past  mile ;creek or approxi-  filteeh miles from the  board   acceptance   was  conditional [Upon period' revi  sion in line With actual costs.  The grints have not been revised in  economy  step with the changing  This, is, where cost-  USE TIMES CLASSIFIED  FOR   QUICK   RESULTS   J   .J!John Hind-Smith H^  Refrigeration  PORT MIUOM  TO PENDER HARBOUR  ~   x" 'X'Xi  Phone 886-2231  from 9 o.tn. to 5:30 p.m.  Res. 886-9949  PHONE ORDERS 886-2433  HAmumiMiM  FISH &,XHffi  BETWEEN GIBSONS ��i&  SUPER-VALU       1  .. *  ���,-,.. -.....���-.������[n  tfMato  mtvmkvTtn u.*.��*t&4r*' -ij*'5S��!        i**?,t-*A'B.fi'*�����**">��*->���e-^-Ta  W  r^'^V^f-^-rS5^ ��r?i-^^i*>-V*- ^"*?"-.Jt? :-^ ���*^'.*lV?:vt''*---1.,iv -^/.y;5 ^-t*!^ �����*;*. :*-v :-'*-<���;.. *,< 'v^r- ��������� ���. -.�� - ���������>'   ������  i   " --'       ' ~" -  -      - ^  ''. ���.  ?>���  Generous gesture. . ...  i ' -  Viennese music hour  i      ,  helps hospital fund  ROBERTS CREEK also has its hour of music; at least  it had on Saturday, July 11, .with Helmut Hoebig  conducting his Vienese symphony orchestra. The weatherman co-operated for this occasion and with the'beautiful music of Johann Strauss' and Franz Lehar echoing  through the old hall was enough    ���t ; ���   to thrill the most ardent of mu-  au*  . served   refreshments  ��c   lovers.   That   Mr    Hoebig    toS??rcne*ni at me ciose oi  has a special gift for this typ^^r    rform after  which  most members of the orchestra  of music is quite evident, add  the audience responded with  wholehearted applause.  [Highlights of the program  wrcre vocal solos by tenor,  Richard McDiarmid and soprano, Edith McLellan and piano solos by Lily Shupe. The  t|vo former are- well-known to  Vancouver audiences and sang  with the orchestra on the occa>-  sion of the concert presented  recently at; the Queen Elizabeth',  playhouse.'   "  ��� j Mrs.  Shupe  resides  at Roberts Creek ahd  was especially  requested to play for this occasion.  VThe   ladies   of   the   hospital  adjourned tc-continue the Evening's fun at an outdoor bonfire:  and sing song at Mrs.; Smythe's  summer home,  Mr. Hoebig brought the orchestra to Roberts Creek as a  special effort to help*4he hospital fund_and the hospital auxiliary were very proud - to^ ,be  able td make possible^ ssuch a  delightful evening's entertainment..They are also very grateful to "?ll who came forward  and offered assistance of any  kind, and especially those who  billeted members of the orchestra in their homes" for "the  night.      ' _  Exhibition offers  youth opportunity  THE "annual   Pacific   National  "Exhibition is many things. It  is a showcase for sophisticated,  missle-age. "products, for "arts,  crafts, and���just as Important  ���for the ^farmer.  Entries close August 10 Tor  individual:farm exhibits at this  year's fair, which runs from  August 22 ith September 7.  Articles entered in tins class  must be made from the products   of ^individual   farms   of  five acres*-or-more, displayed^  and^grown by the exhibitor.  Exhibits must be made up of  at least 20. apd not more than  40 item*.. They will be comprised of. such things as grains,  grasses, f"eld -roots, vegetables,  fruit, flowers or other agricultural and/or���horticultural pro--  :ducts.'Preserves are also permissible. _  Exhibits will "be displayed In  a 32-foot space.'  For entry forms and complete^ information, -write'. the  Administration Building; PNE  Grounds, Vancouver.      v  :| Secheit Peninsula Times, Wed., July 22, 1964     . Poge 7  \Wilson- Creek dtes -  :<v  ���By "Mabel \|��a��man  'QUEEN FOR a Day* is Mrs. Paul Stroehetn off Wilson-  Creek who is jthe lucky winner in Ithe Olympic Meet  Spread Contest issued by the Olympic Meat Co. firbJuly  13 at the Sechelt Shop Easy Store: Mrs.'Paul St^acheTn,  frith her husband, will be "given af ree*-trip to yaacou-  verw here, she will be treated with a; day-long schedule  ot events."      " . r t~~r���  kVlSITORS  7   Visiting at the home of Bar-  5 bara  Aune this  past  weekend  was   VI   Sheremeto,7   a  .friend  from Vancouver.  Guests  at  the  home of Mr.  were long-time "residents of  Wilson Creek, are ba��k for a  couple c�� weejes. Welcome  back!     * |     -*-- f -1 :  NEW HOME OWNEfd    I  Sir.  and  Mrs. "Ray ��*etrman  1$  &  I*5"  z&  and" Mrs   John  Browning  are,   are planning to move tpto'.their  their grandchildren j Gordo a V new-home across from? the "All  son Creek Community! Sail at  the-end of-July. *  CONGRATULATIONS :   .  Congratulations ta Shirley Ed-  lund and >Ir. Vern Lafkinf who  were    married    on   :$alarday.  Who can remefiber when you  bought $5 worth" of groceries  and had to hold the bag from  the bottom?     "\  Kraft -and -Gordon Robertson  recently from Edmonton who  are out for-some much longed"  for - sun-bathing and swimming  at our salt water beaches. They  found   the   hot   and   crowded    swimming pools  at Edmonton    j^Tv^i dT'the* St  Joti-Coiled"  were just too-much for them. ' a^,^ Wilson.CreekJ A'  Also   visiting   is   their   grand-       A ^^ $USiaeSs"'bpenfeg short-  daughter Judy Browning from    [y -m Wilson. Creek, ^ drive-In  t^S^ry. _ r    j and   diner,   operated! {by   Mr-  Mrs. Esther Zral and family_. Harry   XTkorak. _Goc(i   to   see  from Medicine Hat. Afta^. who   expansion in this artf? '  -  ewd *un  leu/5   of ybiir business I^ad^fs  SUNSHINE COAST  SERVICE  Specialized Body  Repairs    _-  Vfree estimates *  WILSON CREEK  PHONE SS5-446S  FRED JOROENSEN  EUROPEAN TRAINED BARBER  You look and feel like  A * new man  Next fo ^ool Room Seehelt  Shell - Oil Disfs-iiiiif or  CflBSONS, B.C._  Phone 886-2133        ;  I  FURNITURE AND PAINT  STORE  NEW CHESTEHFIELD SUITES  NEW AND USED EVERYTHING  COME IN AND BROWSE  SECHELT  Phone 885-2058  tmBHOIt & BTTBifOy*  t  i  ��  i  i  ��  . ��  5  I  i  5  THIS TO THIS*  NOT QUITE  a  But Micky Baba and Cliff Beeman^ore experts In Body  Work and Hie work they turn oat is quite evident fhat.  they "are specialists in the KeW of Body Repairs. They  will be most pleased to glYetyou a free estimate on the  damage done to yoarcar, and when it cornes*fo colors,  not even the rainbow cam coin�� up with the great  variety tjiat can be shown you here. Servicing of cars  and personal attention to; all your automotive needs  are also part of the excellent service they offer the  -motoring public, drop in and get the very best for  your automobile fey experts who ki*pw hoyf to handle  all aspects of your needs.  ���4*  j  SUNSHINE COAST  - SERVICE  SPECIALIZED BODY REPAIRS  -FREE ESTIMATES^    ;  WIU��N CREEK���885-4466  (SARDS/       7  SHOE STdEE  Secheit/ B.C - Ph, 88S-tS19  *irJ*\  "Spec^t^Mbito^f JsaifS!  **ijm,*m��Zt.  -    ' f -     ,  ���^*.-    sXz-   Lx.-m -J.*im- ��iU-��;t.  -��S.,..  ^;.*-r-.#  C. e. sicorim  --  BULLDOZING ^J&N0i  -'-*    -*-4-"**" - ?<i-; *---���-#?'! jc  "-    Lend Clearing ���I. Exccvotirp |  [ Road Building- -���jClecring Bfede  Phone - 886-2357,  Box \Q6, Gi^s  1  I  Commerciqf Print ing  " SEE' - .'':"  - I      ��� f"  -mm m   -    ���   mm *  The Tunes  rmmma  f  lb  4  >A  b*r-  -'vVi  ,!**���  .5  ��� ��-*  'tl,-  X  < *^  '���li!  i-  ���:.1  ���*>:  ���V-  -i!  /  :Vj  \  Sheet Metal Iti#  - -      . .- :-.-. : ��� -        ; __|. .       -  b -    '- . " ~-    '_-;-._-      ~ f - ��"  paileatog       Gas Fofiiaces  -      Sheet Metal 1  Gibsons!  Phone SSS'SSSl  PENINSULA  MOTOR PRODUCTS  * 1195711TD. ;  COMPLETE LINE  GENERAL MOTORS  CARS ANDj TRUCKS  AUTOMOTIVE PARTS  .  BODY SHW   ,  'SPECIALIZED REPAIRS  >d]ocent tcTYcut New Hospital  Sechelt, B.C | ��� Phoiw W5-J1  II  i  -. i.  V  v"*  h  >��  ���-�����!  V",  - Ah  ' ���' i ' ~      ' - - '   -"   '    ^ _. I i hi1  -        '"*" ''m"m ������m"=-"~r--^-    7���     ^^*^*u****m*a���AjrJJ���������*^m**^       ������^^ . ���������     _..--������.....  '������'���*> -; V     '  X  ,,,,   .  i -|- . - ��� .      "  ��� ������ ��������� ��� n-������������ i  ������        .���������������������I. n -.wii.��r.. "'���*��� ' >���'    '.  ir1*"  wmmvr^&&t^*i&&^ . i nxzx$x?  - 'V  '���'.'  ������*  i.  'X  K  P PagcL 8        Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wed, j'frly 22f_1964  IV arine activity . . .  I  BWripwf m^i ��� 11 -*-fV " ��"f  ���yp'l'^t***'  - .i  I ���,*������"*-*  L  i-:  t i.'  *" *  "J-  - 1-  1 - *  \  'A   ,��  t    1  1?  *"k  'i **  The   majority  VvjITH THE accent at this* time of year upon tourism,  f the a^erdge citizen has very little conception of.  what is involved or what it can mean to a community,  uiltila tour is made of some of'the resort areas, including, of course, the marine resorts.    of   the   latter..  tourist centres pre usually off    the lakeside dining room  >    .,  ���  "iV  NO NEED to leave tiie, highwav fqr this beautiful resort area, Ruby Lake Resort is  situated in one o�� the most picturesque settings- 4n the district. Owner, John  Clieuis seen here feeding-the two swans, brought in from Stanley Park The lake  is a popular place particularly with the youngsters who enjoy feeding other residents of the lake which include geese and ducks. Fred Nelson of Sechelt looks on.  -,  , :  ���*�����.. V  ���.*���>.,  thi highway  arid  consequently  little is known jof the activity  ' taking   place   involving  people,  btats  and-fish.I  Meeting place of the American marine* visitors at this  time, *s the Pender Harbour  area, where vessels of all sizes,  aid design avail themselves of  tie fascilities" at their-disposal.  To   wander  among  the   visitors who come from the length  o; the American coast lino, is  bith an interesting and kscin-'  "aLing  experience.   Fish| stories  and    baating.  adventures    run  -��� f*.lst and "furious, while the vessels themselves prove of coiv^  sidcrable interest to all boating  "enthusiasts. &  One of the many popular  wharves, in this area.is Secret  Cove, probably the best shcfl-  .Jered natural harbor on this  :|oast, and bustling at this time  i if the year witjh a varied assortment of cahin cruisers and  jailing yachts.' 1  ' The government wharf serves  extremely   welij, but   is   unfor-  unately-too smpll for the-num-  >er of craft wishing to tie up  luring the  season.  A  little  furthjer  along,  more  berthing spacej is available  at  These arc but a few of thc  resoi\t areas within a bhort  drive, of each other in the Pender harbor di��tricr. A weekend  drive lo any one. of them is  sufficient to establish the fact  we have a growing industry in  our-midst which will thrive and  grow to - tremendous* proportion, proxlding we are able to  cater efficiently.  Por��Mellon news  I       r~            -  by J. Moore  BACK FROM HOLIDAY  Paula and Pierre Comeau  spent a week in White Rock  with Mr* and Mrs. Dick Olson.  ON HOLIDAY  Mr. and Mrs. A. Ferguson'  and Joanne left Port Mellon to  holiday in. Michigan, USA, for  a month./  VISITORS" '  The Morris Holland's have  Mrs, llostland's parent?, Mr.  and Mrs. D. I. Turner of Port  Alice visiting for a few_days.  Visitors at 'the Ferris home  the past week were Mrs. Ferris* two sisters and their husbands, Mr. and Mrs. G. Uinta  of Nokomis, Sssk., and Mr.  and Mrs. G. Knutt. of Wapella*  Garden- Bay-  Another we 1-pro- SasH -ThtT arc Also visiUng on  tccted natural h*rbor, and well . ft    w     *                ,   .  equipucd with marine services , h           ,                     j  and  Supplies.  Thc large num.- in HOSPITAL   ������  ber of"*boats using this anchor- *   Once attain Linda is back In  age  emphasizes* the   fact  that St. PauIN'Hospital and has had  when   fatcilities   arc   available ���Oomach  surgery.   I   hope  this  in   a   community   which   has will' be  the  last  trip  for  her  , Secret Cove  ^OPULAR PULL ih for visiting yachtsmen is Secret Cove and last weekend was  j    no exception. Unfortunately the limited wharfage is totally inadequate at this  tfme of yeai1. As piay be seen, available space_was quickly occupied.  Something to offer, visitors .respond by calling regularly and  soon pass arjound lhe" good  word.. ,  LAKE   RESORT  Compartively new but with  a wonderful potential during future years is I the Ruby Lake  resort situated on the very  -banks of one ojf. the most beautiful lakes in the area.  The motoring tourist has no  heed to leave; the highway to  find accomodation with fishing, boating and .swimming  right on his doorstep. Throw in  scenic   surroundings   with   an -ol rain and lots to eat  abundance   of   tranquility   and  Ruby Lake  leaves - little  to be  desired.        " ,  Of interest to the lover of  wildlife is the fact that "a collection of swans, geese, mallards and a wood duck with U  ducklings arc, -thriving on the  lake,    and    frequently    gather  as   this   is   the   fourth   time1"- in.  three years. -  CAMPING TRIP   .  A wet camping trip was enjoyed by Kay Flockart, Donisc  Littlejohn, Karen Enpmark,  Pain Da^id, Carrie Gailier,  Sherry Lucas. Angela Willis  and Nancy Littlejohn. Nancy is  a niece- of Mr. and Mrs T.  Kennedy and will make her  home here and attend school  in Port Mellon. The group  camped at Roberts" Creek and  although it was wet a good  time was had by the girls. Lots  around    for    items    of    food,  thrown to them by visitors to  Sergeant: "What is thc first  thing to tlo when' cleaning a  rifle?"  Private: "Look at the number."  Sergeant: "And what has  that to do with it,"  Private: "To make sure I'm  cleaning my own."  ���     ' ��� i  ���. ".-..  ���.-'-*"  *b.'*  ;*.;�����.  '.. .;i.  *. <��� *��� -.  *i#i  ���'���*r*Afl  ������. *.��  V*..*  ...-'  fin  .��     *  r.**f  '���AAr.  ���:*'  *��  -  l��.  w  l Gulden Bay  ANOTHER  FWOIU'IK ifiuli/ \uu&    iNo .i hive ol  " ci kend activity wasi'Gardeiji  j    Bay, v hi it- Luutical \i>-it��>is ujf'ii tujuthoi   sv dp ta't- and fish amid unsurj-  jlassed sc* nn   h���� mt>  j��*.   * -p-***S*X&;^  r ���   ff-ftff-  EIJIEVSNG TEACHERS  Sechelt  Port  School   District No., 46   requires   reliev  ing teachers for. the school year 1964-65 as follows;  Mellon Elementary *���Xy2 <j0y per week*  Roberts Creek Elementary A��� V_f day per week.  Madeira Park Elementary -H 1 day per week-  .   Sechelt Elementary ��� 2 days per weekJ ���  . Gibsons  Landing Elementary.."���- 2V2 daysper week.  Application forms are available at the School Board  office;  The Board _pf School Trustees  School-District No. 46 (Sechelt)  Box 220, Gibsons/ B.C.  *. *^*^3S��^SPS3^3S��'��mUiAi l��**SE��3C*MLV*g*3HbEr^  .     ! I ' *i     *��  - H  ��  11  1 Sechetl Peninsula Times, Wed., July 22, 1964       Page 9  ��� ��� b      I z ".!-_-  Davis Ottawa Biary     '  I     - '. By Jccfc^Darfs, M.P,  .[MORALE AMONG-members of parliament usualiv slips  ; to-its seasonal" low during the month-of Jul v. The  Ifaot, humid Ottawa climate is one reason. This year,"  :the propect of having to run on into -August is another.  4 Having worked for six months without a break, most  MPs would welcome a short recessl- Long hours  and  *'  - "- ^J^**"*5"!*} 1 Parliament's rough treatment bv the press have merely  y^"-b J&^rii.   I added to their sense of frustration,   j  l *, s..     Junior carousel t      ,     ���  B0TH LIONS carousels were in operation last weekend.  bThis time on the lot of Peninsula Motors. As may  be seen, the small round-about was in great demand by  the very young. Proceeds go. to community projects.  . This, unfortunately, - is the  ": time when most visitors drop  , hi oa Parliament The gailer-  7 ies are full of tourists���constit-  l uetrts who may drop in for a  | chat-at any timejof the day  s or night- - A    '.  :     They   are" being I handed   a  > colorful new seating plan which  | shows" a half- empty chamber.  -| Yoar member from Coast-Cagi-  -f lano is fortunate. He was in his  | seat   jast   behind   the   prime  j minister when  the i photograph  was -taken.  But  more  than  a  hundred  other" members   were"  Ladies Auxiliary  visit Ruhy take  MEMBERS of the Ladies Auxiliary, Branch S8V Royal Cana-1 somewhere "else. Ther were in  dian'Legion at Haney, enjoyed  i\    \  a  day's tour  of the  Sunshine  Coast by "chartered bus.  The party went as far as  Ruby Lake and on their return  were entertained by the ladies}  their offices dictating letters,  attending house committee  HHJgtlngs,- oat visiting igavera-  rnejit departments or back in  their constituencies for one  reason or another.  Restore normalcy . < >  Pull together, urges  Port Alberni manager  PORT ALBERNI���Residents, of the Alberni Valley area  were;urged Thursday, July 9_ at completion of the  office employees strike at Port Alberni,: to "pull together to restore normalcy and prosperity'b to the region,    _^ _,_      uu uluulu:      UA      1CiiC��a  by Mr. Jack Forrest,. MacMiiian, Bloedel and Powell   ho^e"tbey would return"agaM! day.U^^JeommittfiSACme^  Mast-people have the idea  of Branch 112 at Madeira Parkf that? members of -parliament,  and Branch 140 at Secbeit.Ttf ngelsefaool boys/should be at  was the fi^st visit to the_Son-f their desks.-Few stop to thfnfe-    THE red?nt Legion Tea*  under a ; single csnunar.d;  ���Pays-?a S10.00 a Eion'h in  in youth riCowance for students  betweenXIB_ and' IS years of  sge; I  ���Makes   interest  trre   loans  -to studeiis attending  urjv��.-r>i-  ties and vocational schools;  ���Makes low interest Uoaias ���  available ) to mucicipaSitiis for*  slum   clearance   projects*   and .  ���Establishes  a  12-4til*  fishing hnutJoff Casada'i coast.  "Things,! in other ".wards, are _  happening.   Believe" if  or   net,  we haveTpassed mbHfr legislation daring the past E months  "than- af |any   time_ yi  parha-"  meet's history.     -**- _|   I  JPriz^ winners  af-Legion tea    \9  ive-  shine Coast for many and they| that~if yon are going to inter  registered : great^surprise   and| view someone, youf cannot do  enjoyment; at   the   beauties  of J this in -the chamber. "Nor can  the   area.   All   expressed   thej yon-dictate 30 or 40 letters a  River Limited's new Alberni area generjal manager-  Following is the text of Mr.  in the not-too-distant future.  ���4L.  Forrest's -message:  "We ere' pleased that the dispute has been resolved and we  are doing everything possible  to hrrange for ah*- orderly resumption of full production as  quickly as vm are able.  It-has been an extremely difficult time for-all parties con-  eerned^-for the company as  well as employees and all residents of tbe Alberni Valley.  The strike, is past history.  All of us in lhe Alberni Valley  now have a job to do-together  ���to restore production, to rebuild the economy of the Alberni Valley.  It is the earnest hope of the  company-'arid myself that we  .will all 'pull together* in carrying out thit task.  ~~By  pulling together-we  will  quickly   restore  normalcy .and  prosperity to the Alberni Valley.    -  I wish to assure you; on behalf of the company, that we    a major enterprise,** with" three  Urge student attendance * . . 1       !  .   --   .-.������ : : ~-���~ 1  Victoria University  rwives Shakespeare    j  SHAKESPEARE WILL be "revived" this summer atJ  .   Victoria College, The News has. been informed. Fronr  July 16.until August 8, the college is presenting a. fesfi-f  val of plays, concerts, exhibitions and lectures: Under the]  general title of Shakespeare 64,. to celebrate the 400th. :iation which:  anniversary of.the.birth of the Great Bard.  . "It is  our  opinion  that - at  least some of these plays should  be seen by students currently  studying  English literature or  general- aiu-*icand  high  school  graduates   intending to   enroll  in  similar* courses  this  fall."  'This,- in particular^ would be  recommended for students from  outlying areas, such as Powell  River, Sechelt or Gibsons,"-the  spokesman  added-  "*-  According to publicity director Michae* J. Warren, "this is  elsewhere. Caucuses are held  in other rooms. Occassionally  delegations must go to Washington. ta__the UN, etc. Most  constituents also want yoa to  come and see* them, rather than  the other way .around.  Because of all .the correspondence, committee meetings,  caacuses, and long hours of  debate In the House, some of  us are on the. job twelve hours  a day. Sooner or -Jater things  are bound to get done. In Jals-  we have already passed legis-  by Mrs. iT. W*. --Ritchie at her  Home, proved most Successful, .-t-  despite the inclement! weather.  ������ i    ^  . The door prize wal won by  "Mrs. C. ;G. Lucken. \het raffle  by Mrs. !b. Lawson. fwhb -also   J  won oa ithe  bean-dfaw.   The.    -  grab bag at 10 centi a pick w as  a real bargain and well -worth a  second try. A sale ff.povelty,  "lint" removers" raa<& ���� dss>*\  foam   wis- v^y   popaiar   and����r  disappeared hie the Jsroyerblal    /'���  "hat cakes."*" -. --      i    }       ~   -, - '  Excellent refreshnj|nt|  w-ere-  enjoyed i to   ther futesi.   and      .-  many of the guests purchaied  the  balance ef the" delicacies  available-  -      ..   -.*:��� .       - \J.    -  ..:������  - i  7  '  <  ���Unifies  USE TIMES CLASSIFIED  FOR  QUICK.RESULTS  are in the process of starting  up-the mills as quickly as possible.^  At least the Beatles have  proved one thing���the younger  generation DOES appreciate  long-hair music.  plays being performed in a period" of four weeks.        .'.".--"_  .. ^The casts7are all local amateurs, and the two directors are.  Carl Hare, of the college, and  Peter .Mannering, of the Ba.s-  tion Theatre7 Studio, botfi^ro-  fessionals   with   considerafcie  skill and -experience," he add-?  ed. .-      -    ���" ... |  ���The    stage    settings   have;  "been designed by~BiH We^t,- a*  noted local artist, and a "new:  flexible stage with a large va-f  ^riety of" levels has ^been buflt  "in  the Lansdowne Auditorium;  of the college:*" _    "   |.  The theatre holds 250 per-f  sons and tickets are S2J2S eachJ :  Bookings may be made through!  the office of the business raanaf  ger of Victoria College, or  through Eaton's " "Box Office!  also..in Victoria. - |  Similarly^ .tickets for the twoi~  concerts,   to  be  given  in the  .Student Uiroh Braiding "on the  Gordon Head Campos, may be-  obtained from the same sources.  All  events begin at  S:li -  pjn. ��� f  Royal Canadian Legion[BranchJI09  , July .25 t % P-m.  Good   Music   ���Refreshments  7 '.  '; i.  , . ,i  A-  1   .  : ���  7%  ter Specials ask for our weekly flyer i^ your  LOCAL POST OFFICE - - - 4 Jweeks of (Flyers, July 14 to; Aug. %  -���������  ��� ���*.  ���"��-��'- \.  SECHELT  Match the numbers  on your flyer with  the card in our Window  b -" * . ~ I  and you   _S^fe!ELtid  ^P*      JUS?      ^SJJ^S. w^mr **m?  Witt '      IniVfAClU  X.  ������*'.��� Page 1 a  i   Sechelt Peninsula Times, Wed., July 22, 1964  "Selma Pai\k chatterkaxing  * -wtfrv? t* Wfj^FW1?-  4-  .!> -J, �� ��    _  J- f   *  ^_ j  I '  ,- ���from her�� and there  VISITORS AND VACATIONERS  ORV AND EV Moserip have their daughters and granddaughter visiting them from Edmonton . . . Mrs.  -Charley Foster, hosting tier daughter-in-law and twins  ... At the Claire Barclay's, her granddaugh er Suzanne  Hessen and-her girl friend Cindy Bolton from) Calgary .  At the Jack Mayne's. Mrs.  Winnifrcd *phnw,| Jack's sister  . . . Mrs j Mary pyansJ Also  visiting ,- . -..-.long ijhi! beach at  Selma . , ,,rt their cottage for  a weekend Mr. and Mrs. Sladc*  who haye rtscen'jly returned  from a' trip to England, [where  they   report   they <��� practically  i  &.-*���  t   r  ,<  ���-1  "   i  ft  '    i  ',?'  r.      i  ,1.   ���*'  ���VM ���  -. >  \r" y  lived in theiv overejoats, so cold,    the' trimmings to\i lake the pat-  and wet . .L.comej back to Set-    teriJj cherry bark; isnothe^ long  ma, and find the same weather  left'cottage, back to town'for  awhile ��� . '. Mr. and Mrs.  F.  Hammond,   Mr.   and   Mrs.   H.  Bromley,  weekend  visitors  to  their summer places . , [ Maybe- we'll] get'a few nicei week-'  ends, jbeforc winter sets in . . j  although] the long rangi. weather- forecast isn't too optimistic, they says lots of unsettled  \veathe;r [ for the next month ...'  Let's hope they are a little bit  mistaken   .   ,   .   Mr.   and  Ole  Korgerf [left on their holidays,  as-^jfar   as   Portland,   figured'  thaw* was' enough,   weather  so  miserable, ] and    with | small  ones> not "much fun travelling,.  so- came home  to finish  holi- t  days hei-e > . . Mrs. Ray Fitz- '  gerald.i | home   with   her   two  grandchildren,   where   she   re-  trip into the wools for these  also .,. . Our your gOr ones are  not going to fearry oij. tjiis very  fine art uorlg, thc hours it 'entails . . . and tie remuneration that they ha;e gotten in  the past, is no incentive to  them lo carry or ... it is  tragic to see this die out, but  it is doing just th it, it will go  with" the old time -s % , . Any  of this .work to dty will be as  valuable, as any of our antiques . . . both fd:-. its cultural  value, and the naive art that  it so truly portrays ... at  home in their thri e-in-one aluminum tniilet-cair p, at Selma,  about 20 B.C. Hydro men, who  are installing new Line to Clow-  hom' Falls . . . al tout a three-  month project .... Fascinating oriental plants at our local  in the!rain] . . . Summer visitor to the Dennis Auguslj home;  -where j she {is going to Sjpendl a  :***���_��_  of  kummers  and  printers,  "Baby girl1 J . . Congratiilatiojns;  beautifully  most as if painted  are intrigu-  One does  preparations  out in our midst .  not realise the  that go into the mining of.these  baskets- j ���. - the "cedar roots  that have to le gathered,  means going far tack now into  the woods for sane . . . then  the   prepaying  pf  these   r65ts.  ^ i��9j��*j*r  ***s��*7*��y-��K��;  M~  ���   i  ,**,  VI  + f'  .i^^.  One of eight  ,HMS RORQUAL, commanded by Lt  Tomlinson, RCN, of Winnipeg and Calgary, is one  of eight Porpoise class submarines in service, in the  Royal Navy. These submarines are forerunners of the  Oberon class, three of which are on order in Britain for  , the RCN.  Varied career  <&��r?�� Pass the buck  fails in court  GOSPORT,   ENGLAND���The   commanding   officer   of  HMS Rorqual, a porpoise class submarine based at  5rtTCh�� iT-Ca^, JTp   ^rirX'dSntTlo^s:   *? *���* ���� England port, is a 36-year-old Canadian  around 90's, heat terrific . '. .    beautifully colore? leaves- al.    who beSan hls service career^ A boy soldier,  sure  nappy  to be  back,  eVen  hours -just  ej/eV 31   enter  ing,   could   spend  drooling,   when  the place. Seme velry fine Jbrass  pieces also, as ai avid buyer  of the unusual; I thinly TL^ex^  control over  my pocket book J . ..'. do succumb every once i i a while . . .  Did you ever ch lse the fire  .ehgincs, or the police car,  when they are dashing somewhere to an alarm . . . or have  you ever wanted o do it . . .  well after 12:30 thi other night,  with a liltle persuasion, I did  Evelyii land Dennis; may. your _hibit amazing self  little visitor give yon many. ��� ���������* '���'-  happy cjays .... Another one  of our1 pioneer residents j slipped,  away last Iweek, Mr. Waddell,  of Selma . X, He was one <p our,  very ' fine feommunity workers,  one oi the Ifounders of thi Sel-  rna library", which has [given  many folks hours of enjoyment  in the fine "little library there  . . . Member of many other  community projects, bis advise  and help will be misised-. . .  we h^vc so few of our old-  timer^ left; that they leave a  vacuum, which is not too easily  filled |. i . To his, wife Phyllis,  our deepest sympathy .__. . and  may he find peace . , . Out ,to  the hospital, for appendix [Operation | and home within the  weekj - up * and around, |Bill  Sheridan . . . quick work JBill  . . . jha'ppy to See you- mobile  again? .] .'- . Bobbie Lambj of  West Sechelt, new meter reader,  for B.C] Hydro. ,       '  . . . Florence -DeAngeli^1 and  boys away'to Salt Spring! Island, for haticlays . . . Have you  observeel tiie beautiful Indian  baskqt in our- local hardwar^  storej it is a real lumpier style,  with (fitted |lid, and some yety  fine ivbik on it, A product ot  one if [the older- village, women, "*jllcn Paul ... it is a ^o^k  of art, kn art that is fast dying  ie way down  vhere found  and burning  . Our first  one of fami-  it was. Spot-  fire chifef or  - just that ... all t  to Davis Bay,  a car turned over  .... real eerie .  concern to sec if'  lies cars, or who  ted our very fine  driver of truck, \vllich ever/title  he ~bas, Morris.tfai d asked who  owned the car, aid if anyone  .was hurt, they did  know owner of.cir. Seems it  is one of our new arrivals in  community, but unhurt thank  good n e s s, altho lgh mystery  how he came jthrough unscathed, . . . car turned over on  its side*, and burned right out  .. . .ramazing ho\p these things  happen and miraculous how  peorile escape thise things unhurt . . . Several of ?ur small  Lt.-CdK.    Tomlinson    entered  the Canadian Army in October,  1944, at the age of 17. He* took  ' airborne training but had not  completed it when he was de^  He   is   Lt.-Cdr.   Samuel   Gj.  (Tommy) Tomlinson, RCN, o^  Winnipeg and, Calgary, an offi-1  mobilized a year Iater.  In November, 1945, he entered the RCN as-an ordinary  cer who has packed a wide  variety of experience into just  under 20 years in uniform,  seaman and subsequently  served in the aircraft carrier  Warrior, cruiser Ontario and  destroyer Cayuga. He was serving as a petty officer on loan  to the Royal Navy at li.MS Kestrel, naval ah- station in Hamp--  shire, when jawarded his commission in January, 1951.  BACK IN CANADA  After courses and training in  Britain', Lt-Cdr. Tomlinson returned to Canada in 1953 and ,  joined the coastal escort,  HMCS Portage. This was foi- ���  lowed bjy a term- as a Schools  Relations Officer, covering  Northern Ontario and part of  Quebec; then it -was back to  Britain in March, 1955, for submarine training, with the Roy-  ;al Navy.  In November,  1955,  he  was  In   the- Rorqual,   besides   her  captain,, ��aro five Canadian sea-  me:i. .   ���   ���  Lt Cdr, Tomlinson'is thc son  of \\v. and Mrs. S. A. Tomlinson, 2717 3Sth St. S.W., Calgary. His wife is the former  Ann Landreth Lawrence of  North Battleford. Saslc.  " romray'T was born. in Sioux  Lockout, Ontl, and was educat-  pd^ at. J?$rt iMcMurray, Alta.,  ,_Yii hipeg iand I4c <*u Bonnet,  Wa i.  ATTEMPTING   to - blame   an-  - ' other  vehicle  after  an  accident   near   Gibsons   July   15,  failed   when   George   Earnest  MorUmor of Roberts Creek appeared   before   Magistrate   An-  " drew Johp^ton last week.  * Called to tiifi. scene of the incident, portico found Mortimor's  car lying on its side about 15  feet off the highway.  AJthoUhh he claimed ��� another  vehicle hsil been rcsponsiGle  for his skidding and loosing  control, subsequent investigation revealed skid marks from  Mortimor's vehicle were on the  wrong ,��idc of the road..  An alcohol test revealed a  count of .18. He was charged,  with impaired driving and  found guilty "by thc magistrate  who fined him $150 or 30 ilays "  if in default.  Damage to the vehicle was  estimated at-S80.  \  What has become of the little  white-haired grand mother of  yesteryear? Only her hiirdres*  ser knows for sure.  TELEVISION  SALES & SERVICE  RELIABLE - PROMPT  RICHTER'S  & RADIO  Scchcft B.C. - Ph.  fry Un past weell or so, have appointed executive officer- of  taken'a few bumps and bruises HMS Artful,- an ��� "A" -������ *"h-  both to the car and themselves,  skidding ob the wet road, landing in the ditch;* learning that  when a car skids, what not to  do, and maybe its a good thing  they have learned these things  class submarine. In December, 1938, he  got his first- command, HMS  Trespasser; then the oldest  operational submarine in the  RN., - -  Returning to Canada early in  early jnjhe-^ame, and may be    i960, be served for a year-and-  .  _._......���-  . ._ ii.       I.*.   a.jjaj��   }n   surface "ships,   first  the destroyer escort Assini-  boine, then as executive officer  of  the  frigate  AnMgonish.  He was > appointe4 back to  Britain'in August, 1961, and* a  month later took command of  HMS Rorqual.  a valuable lesson to them lat|  cr . 7 . Fortunate though ut.  these-little mishaps, no other  cars have beenjn the way . . .  Trust ,.that itTtceps that way  , , . Mr. and Mrs. McLaren of  Selma up for their- holidays.  ROBERTS CREEK  CPU IMOH  ���    ���     Sechelt,  B.C.  Sayings,.. loans  SCHOOL SAVINGS  I       CLUBS!  Open Tuesday to' Friday.  11 ]a.m. to 5 p.m.  TAKING TRAINING  ; The Rorqual, launched in  1956 and completed in .1958, is  an operational' unit ^of the  Royal Navy's First Submarine  Squadron. She and other submarines of her class are forerunners of the Oberon class,  of which three are to be built  in Britain for the Royal Canadian Navy.  - All told, 10 officers and 135  men of the RCN are taking  submarine training in Britain  or 'serving in RN submarines. Sechelt Peninsula'Times, Wed., July. 22, 1964  Ottawa report  Page II     to' enable j Canada -to ir.trr-drce   "���~    legislation, r^^"^2^" benefit  SHERIDAN T.V.  Soles and Service  -/      .       -   ���    ���  RADIO ��� APPLIANCES  Phono 885-9605  H. B. GORDON &  KENNETT LTD,  Reaj Estate and  Insurance  Phones:  885-2013, 88^2191  TfREE FALLING  TOPPING OR REMOVING  LOWER LIMBS FOR VIEW.  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Some members ^are ruefully Convinced  that the House will eontinuefin session���with, only a feu-  days off at Christmas���until the nest general; election.  -The mood of Parliament is' such that attempts to arrange a lengthy recess" get fnowhere.      -_     i   ���  The . impasse   that   has   de- j ������ ���r :���:���r-  veloped stems largely  from  a f terim supphr about the end of  growing convic&on on the part f July.  of   the   Progressive   Conserva- I _ ���-."     J_, ...   '   \J* ~z       ,  -tives that they can force Prime 1 v^e,,gP^ff JSTtjU.  Minister Pearson to give up all  thought of. having   the   House  r" !??I^E^^9^m^'S S^ I with wMcb to pay th* bills. If  j keep talking and n��t pass in-  J teriin sopply^ and the ^gavers-  ! meat  will run rhtX^C money  posed   maple   leaf   flag.   The . ;, ������   - ,  .   Conservatives "want the Liberal I H*   ��ff^  "F���*  ��  ��*?-  w.;~._-��;.   ���~..���_���,v��*   �����   ���r��- i hed then 34r. Pearson has no  minority  government  to   refer j^Iterna��ive ^ to d^^ pzx.  IiamenL  '---       .      ;  It isr dasd&hd that the Conservatives would .iwast to force  Parliament ��� over the brisk In  'the flag to a joint Senate-Commons Committee for coasidera-*|  tion- b-       "i  .Once the flag is referred to  the   committee  it  will   be   as �� .,---,-_���,   ��-.    ���-..  eood   as   shelved     Bat   Prime �� "^ War of Qerv*JS- "^ woaId  adamant that the house^Lmld I i^ 5fn ��^���d*y^,a ^9*  consider ;the question ahd give K^��^?L^  ~..���,...,i *~ �� ���-t;^���.i ������� ���r I the government ihe. money to  approval.to a ."a^l f^S of 1^, i��s ^ sM        drif ^  maple leaf design, before pack- r=.      saIaries *^  ing up for a summer recess.     |     ,   .    ...    * ���  -"...- .    - f    Hzrmg doae this  the house  PRIVATE   MEETINGS �� wooM revert to thc flag debate.  The -various political party f As the house begins approach  house- leaders held private | mid-August, there is- bound to  meetings earlier this month to | be a restlessness among, the  try and resolve the difficulties j backbenchers wfej, like -jnost  that appeared to stand in the J Canadians, prefer to have snm-  way of a summer recess. They. | mer vacations during July and  were given a memorandum by J August when thei? diildrea are  the government which agreed f on holiday. The Gsnservative  to 'set aside the flag debate" f tactics would he dictated by the  temporarily-in order to enable .\ belief that Liberal baefebesch-  parliamei^ to proceedjwith cer- | ers- would pat presssire on the  ��� tain important pieces.of legis- | prime minister to ease up and  latHm that__ should - be - passed j-send the Sag to g comtnittee so  before the end of the summer J that thejc can get their mueh-  monlhs. *"*���-. | needed summer time off. Will  -���-' Pearscm made it clear jo the-1U work? t)nly time7war teQ.  other partv leaders that his I Tbe prime minister has made  government was prepared to set J his concession. He has also-put  aside the flag debate for two or |ovef ^^ *e- fall sach key  three weeks until a seven-item {nieasnres -as -the Canada Pen-  legislative  lineup- was   proces- | sson  Plan. He had, co choice  ' sed The concession was made \ there,-as parliament could not  on one condition: that debate ! Proceed with the plan until the  would resume on the flag at3 { constrtntioaal amendment had  be completed before recess, J ��een. passoi by Kestminster.  Tbe items to be biwu^it" be- f TJiat -amendment .is uecessary  fore the House included the de- j  fence biB creating a single j  chief of" the armed forces: the |  youth allowances bill whereby |_  fam'ily  allowance   payments |  ��� wiauld go-To parents of 16 and f  17-year-olds is-bo atteial school. |  7 Pearson listed five :i>tfaer r  items as urgent and hef set |  July 22 or 23 as the target kiafe |  for their completion. T h e y j  were: The Qxing of a 12-miie f  territorial limit aM fishing." |  zone: a measure to provide j  loans for needy university stu-j  ; dents; fiscal arrangements with |  the provinces; a supply bill to *  co.vcr government expanses-*  through August and September  and, two days of study of de- s  partmcntal speiKiing estimates  for 1964-Sa. "    "    -  7       " '  - After that program" was com- -'  pleted Mr.  Pearson  would re- -  . sume   debate  on-- the   flag.   It  - would sit until the flag debate  was 'concluded- and a new flag r  approved, then the MPs could .  retire   to   their   constituencies"J-  ^-for a well-earned summer re- ���  cess.     ^      - 'A.  EXTEND DEBATE  The ^Conservatives    saw - a  golden opportunity to_ block the '.  plan to get* the flag apjwoved.  They proceeded to put it into-:  operation.   They   extended   de-_; -  7 bates on each item so that =the ;  House  will-be  considering  in-  for sarvhbrs.  PEN5IO?TPtJ^ -  Pearson*   waiSs   tq ��� procee^, ���  with thepension  pla~  m Sep- -  tember ��td hopes  to  have   u .  - pas-sed before -.Chr.*'*r?.*A It  will be sent to & corr.n3:;-ree f-,r  study. If i.gets "approval before  the year fend it will be a miracle; -       |     ' -    .  "One thiags.appears i& be certain and that Is that tfce prise  minister is not gois^ to allaw  himself   to   bc   provoked   info     ���  - calling a 'general election that  no Canadian. wants at this  tinie^-Fesr members of .psriia-  meS^-ast such---a vote, bzzt  there ^e{ those who ?ee| that  a quici decision is the only  solution for the present parliament.       | " -     ��� -. -    :  -A geaerkl efcetion ejw night *  only resell is another mir*:niv_  government. Thet better plan  appears to be to hold off ustil  ? 1363 before going to the country. vAfcer another 12 moaths  the country may be prepared  to endure ansther test *t the  poU^ and Ithis time elect a majority goviemmeia.       ':     -   ? ";  Parliament must be rnnde to  work7 hi the  raeatrtime. Ti��se   -  whoTare playing pohUts at the  - expense of tbe public "txaiaess,  those who are causisi tbe de-  iaj-s-and frusOratioas iftside the  bouse will'be held accountable  when thef time corses that-the  -electors -cast their ballots.  Meantime  Uk  reputation  of f  pariiameis is siffermg.  <i  m  Evelyn Hayes V  Aho*& Post ^^nc#  _   _    j.     __    -  -Cofttef B��d StftatS  Tuc*^nr fc* Setarfar '-J  "Yeajr Stoirwoy To  7_       ho��'r Becuty"'  C*$6ied: Jttlf 14 and 15  Pfiot-k SS5-0S2S  Opening   ^Announcementb . .      " |  WilsQtv Creek ^ri��e-in  and Dinirig      ;  ^PEN   July   26   cf   1  Dining room hduts will be 6 a.i  a.m.  ck-up service for Peninsula  Cleaners.    J *  SfiNDIlASTIlIG: PAIlTlii? :  GARDEN BAY BOAT WORKS  Mechanical & Eleetrleal Repaire  A COMPLETE-LINE OF BOAT .REPAIRS"   _  Garden Bay, B.C. Phone 883-2366  Seeled Tenders marked !'Gccnb��er Isfcrsc  TrcnsportGticn"-wifrbe -received[$n or before  5 p.m. on July 28 for trgnsportction of students* from North Andyjs 6cyr South Andv's  "Bay end New Brighton Jon Gcmbier Isfcnd to  Langdale each "school Hey during rhe school  ^yecr T 964-65 provided tine number of pupfh  requiring trcnspcrtatic^i renMim at eight cr  mere. .     _ "~   -  i        -: -  ContractorsTwiil be required to provide a sutt--  cbfe boat crsd cdequcte hcbilityl coverage  Forms oHender may^be obtained ct the Schoc'*  Board office.   ._ --."".!    *  The_ lowest or any tender will not necessanlv-  be accepted.       - "*..-!  T&E7 BOARD OF SCHOdl TRt^TEIS  7 SCHOOL-DISTRICT No J 46 (Sechcffl  * . Box 220, Gtbscm, S C.  ���  X:  i  u  < - ���  t'i  y ���  Ait- intellectual is a guy who J, _:   \  ' ��>es   to  see  a  forei^i - movie \'  *1th an iH-male cast. . Ly  \  m  i. ���*- , ^f ,^*f**,* *ev*: - 'Fascinating tours'..  Americctir lauds PR, Pender Harbour  ED, NpTE���The fame of Pow-  J ell River and district is spreading farther and farther, .as  witnessed by articles in various  publieat*ons. The articles appeared hi the world-famous,  Bill Speidel's Seattle Guide.  The first, short article Is called Let's Go to Powell River,  hire's this first article:  ; *ln addition to the fact the  largest newsprint pulp mill in  the world is located there and  they havc fascinating conduct-  del-tours, this is a fine trip to  British Columbia's Sun s h i n e  Coast, i .  I Thc sun sometimes descends  ~m liquid! form, but the lMi-hour  conducted tour, through the mill  is one Qf the most interesting  and educational you could get.  The road  up there is a  bit  ' eurvy, lliit in spots you have a  wonder fid view, Your route also  includes two ferry rides which  really    pre    spectacular    and,  / break up thc six-hour tjrip from  / Vancouver,  B.C. L  ���Lots of spots 'tfor picnicking  along lhe way." .The tour we  think mpst practical is at 1:30  p.m. It's an all-day trip to get  there' and back with side stops,  bv\t well worth it;  ' I The second .part of the .article depicts  Speidel's ^delightful ,  experiences durlnS'the'llme his  wife and the 'author stayed, ot ���  Pender Harbour. -It follows below:"      '    It has taken an incredible  arjiount  of  effort   to   find   out  where to stay, but Shirley and  I are at the moment bisking" in ..  the\sunshine of the Sunshine  Coast\of7 British  one   Mri   and  Rathfelder.  ic\ i  This isv one < f the most de  lightful 'chunks  world. It stretches north some  several miles\ t etween Vancou  ver   and   Poweljl  are copious pie  explaining what  it is, but the  finding cul whijre  for how much  ally non-existen:  ' Before leaving  Liclcd   friend  who   does   about   this   area's  Powell   River  bcrCo. He sent  u.vftj^Kff^^S^h'-^ti' j?,-^ ^s^P^aa  .v. Harbour ort hdrrJbodr?  Columbia, with  Mrs.   Rollo   R.  of earth in the  River?- There  s of literature  dandy place  matter of  stay and  money\ is virtu-  in Seattle.  we finally con-  Anson  Brooks,  ulp   and   Tihi-  somo teletypes  from Seattle ahd7 Obtain^: rfeb  servations for rlfiour of us lit  $12.per night at the Farrington  Cove Resort dt Pgnder Har-  bojur (1 spell it harbbur instead  of! "harbor" bet ause t feel that  while in Cana< a T should behave like a Canadian). .  Enroutc here we found that  the completely helpful Vancou--;  "ver Visitor's Bureau has a  new address it 650 Burrard  Street with am rile parking and  all the-inform iliop you need,  including the cost/of living at  various public j ccommodations.  They also have a supply of government, pampilets that give  you the low do vn on evrything  in British Colu nbia. ... data  that's   very   h|rd   to   find  in  Seattle inform a  GO FOR DRIVIS  We went for a half-hour drive  tion centres.  out of Vancouver ��� to Horseshoe  Bay for a 50-minutc ferry ride  on one of those streamlined  B.C. ferries. Another two hours  (with a few side stops) brought  us tp this Shangri La bathed  in sunshine and overlooking  ~$om$ of the most; beautiful  scenery in the world > . . if you  can be impressed by a lovely,  landlocked horbdur. I  Tomorrow, another half-hour  drive; will take us to another  scenic hour of riding a ferry  and a short jaunt to Powell  River and a trip through the  world's largest pulp mill.  Meanwhile, we're ;in; a cabin  anybody would like to ownb . .  in relaxing countryside dotted  with gnarled trees,' moss and  flowers*  If you go to a I bank and ex-,  change your American money  you get the benefit of seven  per cent . . . most mercantile  establishments give you a six  per cent overage on your dollar, We had a dandy motel,  The Ranch, in North VancOuv-  ert watched fireworks at night  and shopped the wonderful foreign delicatessens for sausages  in flakcy crusts 7~rl z cheeses  . . . jand a total variety of cold  meats ; . . at prices that helped  our money go. even farther than  the s;even per cent differential.  LIKES  COURTESY  Probably the most striking  universal, asset of<��� the Caha-  diansj b their courtesy on jthe  highways. _  Up there we never once had  any trihible, for ekample, jcom-  ing out of a side, road into a  major highway, invariably the  first car slowed down to I6tl us  in! Nobody seemed to try) and  gotfge the lasjt possible sdcpnd  out of] every- finch of the highway. The polite, 15 must admit;  are a bit stujffy about having  drivers obey jthe speed limit.  On the other hand, people! are;  so accustomea* to obeying! Ithe!  speed jaws it does not seeta to  be-muph of aj problem,     j  *Crown this with the fact| that  this is a gorgeous���and pfteti  raw���country, it makes! you  pause to wonder where wc^ are  racing to in the "fjjnited. States.  : No ivonderi soniebody. from  Canadian Immigration is !tour-  ing tb�� Pacific Ntirthwest: suggesting there! is a "briader  life** in Britlish Columbia. A  trip here giv^s you an interesting p<[rspectiVe oil the  we7TTIINK We -ate  Seattld, I  Entries roll in   j  for Legion rhoeij-  ENTRIES for Jhe fiirst official  B.C. Age Class Championships  are rolling into Lsgionbhead-  quarters in Vancouver,   j; \, A  The meet, to be held at;7Richmond, August 7, 8, and ^sponsored by ^ the Leg on iris con*  junction with the JJOTP finals,  is attracting entratUbfrom all  over  the -province.   ,     *;  The deadline foi entries "is _  July 22nd. This dots not "apply  to JOTP zone winners, only to  juveniles and juniors. Full in-  ;formation regarding standard's  and thoir evaluation can be. obtained from Meet Director^lSSt  West Pender Street; Vancouver  5, B.C. Mutual 4-5974. b ^  ���fUfe"  e leading in  PREVENT FOREST FIRES  grilwiBras**^*^^  KRU5E DRUG  IS. LTD.  Pharmaceutical  Chemists and Druggist  Si AMWUWVVIAMMMUUWWWUW AJMMU*UMMtAIWAI^IUtA*-MMMMMWII<l l(  Gibsons  886-2023  1885-2134  Marine Men's Wear Ltd.  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