The Vancouver Sun from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada on September 15, 1964 · 1
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Tuesday, September 15, 1964
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mimmmwM if mwmkm nm mm mi wmr 7 0 j .-r--- College City Idea Proposed in Surrey Councillor Wants Meeting On Integration of Services city sun Staff BcportM SURREY Surrey should campaign for a college Councillor Ted Pearce said Monday. with a notice of motion setting out his proposal. Pearce favors the appointment of a special committee to arrange a parley of adja tent councils and school boards. A college city would comprise a regional technical college and junior college, either at the Green Timbers forestry i cmm ve or at Sunnyside Acres. Latter site was held in reserve lor many years by Surrey as a potential airport. It lies above White Rock on a tableland close io the Deas Island Thruway. Combining the two types of college would enable a sharing of ancillary services required to house and shelter students. Council will consider the suggestion in the next two weeks. A $780,000 Recreational Inlaw will be voted on in Surrey Oct. 3 DANCE GROUP TO DISBAND KAMLOOPS Because no instructor i1; available Kamloops Indian School dancers will be disbanded. Sister Mary Leoita who lias been guidini; the group has been transferred and The dance group tew completed a successful pearance in Mexico. ap- North Coast Rites Held For Ex MP LIFT RESCUE COST $200 m WEST VANCOUVER Bills totalling $200 will be submitted to pay for the rescue of mor than 10U per sons stranded when the HoUyburn chalrlift broke down Sunday. Municipal Forest Ranger Jack Wood and Fire Chief Flint McKim said Monda they plan to submit the bill to operators of the chairlift. Wood, his deputy ranger, Ted Russell, and fireman Jerry McDowell put in three hours rescuing persons from the gt tiled lift Wood and McKim said they planned to protest to the provincial railways department over the motor failure that stalled the chair lift. The department has jurisdiction over the lift. Areas Will Be Rezoned Richmond'' Approves Walkway Hip VANCOITEP SL'N; Tiies.. Sept. Y l-i13 B.C. Man Named By Pensioners REGINA CP' - Nathan annual convention here Model of Saskatoon was cleereo Vincent Yates of New West-: president of the National Pen- minster and John Lerette of i Miners' and Senior Cilien' To i n I i were elected vice-'Association during the groupV; presidents -inn BUff lleporter RICHMOND MinicipaL 'council approved Monday eon-' struction of a pedestrian j walkway over the CNR right-j of way and Shell Canal at jSealord Road. The walkway had been: proposed by L. B. Nisbet, 10571 Sealiam Crescent to eivei greater access to South Armj Textured Coatings of America has developed a remarkable j Park, Thomas Kidd School, product for exterior walls that virtually eliminates outside bus and shopping facilities. painting for many years to come and is factory guaranteed The rail company indicated. for 10 fu" veal's- Tnis product, called TEX-COTK, combines H has no objection to the the long lasting pr. perties of "ntJZfL0B-overuas orovided it is built tiherg aw asbestos, mica, and vantages ot waiet piwimj. oveipas , piinmtu u i. uum , ...... , and insulation. 1 hroiiL'h the Miracle Coating Replaces House Paint to railway standards. The overpass is included in the municipality's current sidewalk program. Other sidewalks to be built include 3,000 feeet along Francis Road, west from No. 1 Ihni ...viwic all -: mnth- v.iusr ui mikuiiw, a inuui-i i. uo . tremes scientific advance, a water re- Gu.dcd Mi5..i l"'llent "blanket" envelops the nM Maniim-. entire building so that no fr Hi. i!nitt statps 1 moisture can penetrate . i,.. f,.,mj ti'y. damage the interior of rrvrn- nmjrt fn.- home. Through the use Road; Williams Road, No 2 to insulalion of hcat shiplds used fiberglass and perlite 'No. 3 roads; Steveston High iway, No. 4 to Southgate ! roads; Pendlebury Road, No. 1 : to Pendleton roads. in the space program. and the of highly efficient insulating material, Throughout the country, :,he building becomes cooler in School Boards havi found tex the summer and warmer in lured coatings so economical tne w'ntP1- MBS. LEONA HI ISO N and CAKLA ... a Dew worM Guide Dog Opens Door to New World By MIKK VAUX dlaeaM Which sometimes ac II look Leona ilutson nearly companies diabetes, five vftnrs to eet another vrt Mrs. Ilutson is a forme) of eves after she lost hers to secretary now living on a blind seat diabetic retinitis late in 1958. allowance of $99 per month. She couldn't get them here,' She wrote to Guide Dogs so she tried the U.S. or the Blind. Inc., in San In San Rafael, Calif., snr Kafacl, where she applied J found a shiny -coated black Labrador retriever named Carla that will act as her second set of eyes. PRINCE RUPERT CP -Funeral services and a memorial communion service were held Monday for Edward Tirncy Applewhaite, 65, for mer member of Parliament lor Skeena and a man prominent; for 30 years in the life of ( Stewart and Prince Rupert. Mr. Applewnaite dieri in nos-I pita I alter a long illness. I A native of Nelson, Mr. Applewhaite attended schools i there and went overseas with the Canadian Forestry Corps !during the First World War. He practised law for two years in Rossland and in 1928 began his association with the North Coast when he went to i Stewart to lake over an insur ance office. In 1930 when Stewart was: incorporated as a village he became municipal clerk and held; I that office until 1943. He also: I was married in 1930 to Mrs.1 Iw. C. Cameron, a widow. His iwife survives him. Mr. Applewhaite ran unsuccessfully as a federal Liberal candidate in 1945 hut look a in the Commons in the 1919 election as a member for Skeena. He held the seat until! 195". KEI.OWNA Monday night decided to re-zone Five Bridges and Ben-voulin areas as single and two-family residential areas. The two districts recent Iv were incorporated into Ke- municipal ''wna cil -:... ....n Maintenance and improve- anci lasting over Hie past sev sliy vuunwi . . ,..i, ii u , , , . - nieru io exiiiii wausm ai ui erai years mai iney are now: carried out. council agreed Monday. Roger The areas previously were Chester was named returning! zoned commercial and prop-officer. jetty owners who wish io re- Council approved that atjvert back to lhat status arc least 10 acres be set aside for! urged to apply in city coun- an indoor skating rink nearcil the Surrey-While Rock bor- der. It United Fund Drive Opens College Opening ; NEW WESTMINSTER -I New Westminster and area's 1 1964 United Good Neighbour-Red Cross camnaifrn nnened Monday with a service club ment and large corporations. luncheon attended by 250 per- U as Shell Oil Company tnB land Thiinderbird International using TJSXAAJi a. Applied With a Gun TEX-COTE is applied with specifying this type of mate- heavy duty spray equipment rial for school buildings. under high pressure. It fuses Many thousands of textured itself to the wall surface io a coating applications have been thickness 15 to 20 times that made on home, commercial 0f normal paint. It remains and industrial buildings flexible and withstands crack-throughout the world, and fag and normal surface ex-these buildings have remained pansion and contraction, ll, perfect condition ttfter Foc,0fV Guaranteed more than 10 years exposure' TEX-COTE job is in til weather extremes, , ' ' The United states Govern regitered and factory guar- diuct-u I'll III lull LOI n against Chipping, flaking or peeling. TEX-COTE is the only coating with this vn . ... . . . 1 i.e ramrciinn will enn nine " r " - ...--... Iwlkcrl fll mim-nvme a V.UUCUC VUCIIIMU ... . . Thlc rnmarkahln ovlnrinr l.r. - " recreational committee sug-j PRINCE GEORGE - Bishop ;j,,HvQ i-Vmn an inerpasp I facing tirn.'ides water-proof! No Obligation of f !,, iocq ing, insulation and beauty, ar Applications of TEX-COTF. gestion that maintenance of a! Fergus O'Grady, president of ot fjve p0. cell fvom 193 joint centennial posed for th iointly shai Rock. pavilion pro- . Prince George College, wiil j Th(5 fund serves 28 health, he same site be officially open the college at IfgfcQy ancj youth agencies ed with Whitejcercmonies from 2 to 5 p.m.i A ial piocIamation w, Saturday. ARMSTRONG FAIR TO OPEN WEDNESDAY Special to The Sun ARMSTRONG The agriculture wealth of the Okannagn will be on display here this week. The Interior Provincial Exhibition will be held from Wednesday to Saturday. Preparations will be completed for the show-Wednesday; all 4-H club activities and judging will get under way Thursday; open livestock classes will be judged Friday, and I he whole show will be on displnv Saturday. peiL'il pi signed by majors and of the five fund areas -Westminster, Coquitlam Moody, Surrey and Rock. 1 as reeves outlasting any ordinary paint, are Comes in Colors bv TEX-COTE comes in 12 OF being made in this area TEXTURED COATINGS CANADA, licensed and !' FEET HURT? No matter how Hod your ftM have been torturing you, you'll danct with joy when you apply deep, penetrating BUCKLEY'S , WHITE RUB. Scolding, jore, perspiring, odor-ou feet become healthy feet so fast that you'll be really grateful. For Happy feet and Relief of Bunion Pain get BUCKltY'S Stainless WHITE RUB now-7W r t r T I ' i 1 i T I R F. k 1 irui a f:.:5H If 1? L beautiful decorator colors approved applicators and gen- New uic auui;';t;iai cui i li eii.:iui a uuiug an Part tural ines of tne building.! types of home improvement White ctua"v af'rls beauty to work. Free information on j any home or structure and how easily you may have increases its value. TEX-COTE applied at low Waterproofs, Insulates, bank terms with no down pay- Fire Retardant I ment may be obtained by call- in addition to beauty, TEX-; ing collect 874-4262, or by jCOTE has the additional ad-! mailing coupon below. : TEXTURED COATINGS OF CANADA 3606 Muin St., Vancouver 10, B.C Without obligotton, please send mc free informal 9-1: tod , TEX-COTE. I NAME I ADDRESS I CITY PHONE dog. The nonprofit organization: sent h.r forms to complete, and a.ved for statements from her dector and clergyman. When it accepted her appli- hildren lost her sight to the:ation' 11 ound sh? t!ld "J j The 4 1-year-old North Van couver mother of two grown TV Firm's Licence Revoked 700 Eligible To Vote On Sewers sun stuff Reporter WEST VANCOUVER Approximately TOO property owners are eligible to vote here Wednesday in a $470,000 money bylaw for sewer laterals. They'll vote on West Vancouver's stage six of Holly-burn sewer laterals Ballots may be cast from 8 a.m. until 8 p.m. at Presbyterian Churrh hall, 2431 Marine in Dundarave. The bylaw requires a 60 per cent majority to pass before the Greater Vancouver Sewerage and Drainage District may call tbr fenders and proceed with laying sewer laterals in area six. This is a boot-shaped area blanked on the east by Twenty-fifth, the Upper Levels High way on the north and on the south down Twenty eighth to Marine. The toe of the boot extends westward from Twenty-eighth to a point on the west side of Twenty-ninth between the waterfront and Marine. ! lint. ,r- lUH r, nli frt. : take nart in a four-week miide 'i"1 in ,he Ana nnnisp In Inarn ir. bmui PORT MOODY - City COlin t ho clog. cil Monday revoked 1he bust- I So the organization sent her, "ess licence of West Coast tickets and presented her with Television Ltd. the dog I T'1P action followed a report "Carl;- is like the doorway! by a firm of consulting cngin into another world - said Mrs eels mat tne service pioviui-u Ilutson. "Now I don't have toiis inadequati ho rlnnrvnrtiml nn onvriMo" : Standit"dS, ! A Guide Dogs for 1he Blind .s.-oKes.nan saia me organia-; colvp,. Ca,h,vision Ui., fol-tion never charges for thejlowinK a commitment that it dogs, but usually owners are Urjj mveT 1he entil-e dty. The expectci to pay for their ovvn!flrm alreadv serves Port Co-transportation to the course. quitiam, part of Burnahy and Vancouver. 96 Adult Courses ; lie asked for appointment of an assessor, building in g-lspector and an accountant. why do doctors drive the and short Council instructed the licence inspector to license Van new Sunbeam Alpine? Offered in Vernon VERNON A record adult education courses will b offered 1 his fall by the adult education department of Vernon school district 22. Registration will continue until S-'pt. IT. Courses will be offered in Vernon, Lumby, Lavlngton, iColdstieam and BX district. Country Fair RICHMOND -- South Arm United Church will sponsor a country fair on the church grounds No. 3 Road and Steveston Highway at 1 p.m. Satui dav. INTERIOR TV SCHEDULE WEDNESDAY Because it's fun. Because doctors are short on leisure time, a lot of them drive Alpine the luxury sports car that packs the most fun, the most comfort into every mile. Any doctor will tell you, the windswept excitement that fills the new Sunbeam Alpine IV is a true tonic. Keeps you fresh and alert, driving a car with over 200 trophies to its credit. Redesigned body and new grille Power assisted brakes Adjustable pedals Extra luggage space Optional Borg-Warner automatic transmission Test the new Sunbeam Alpine IV yourself, It's just what the doctor ordered! AT YOUR SUNBEAM I HILLMAN DEALER KOOTES Increased horsepower Adjustable steering wheel Full instrumentation Optional snap-on hardtop Youth Jailed Six Months NKVV WESTMINSTER A 16-yetr-old city youth was sentenced Monday to six months in jail on five charges arising from a high-speed car chase Aug. 23. Car! Me Beth, 432 Ash. pleaded guilty to the charges Sept, C1 after being raised fromi juvenile to magistrate's court.! lie icceived siN months definite and six months indeterminate on two charges of taking a car without the owner's con sent and charges of car theft, dangerous driv ing and possession of stolen goods. He was arrested following a 2'i-mile chase at speeds up to 7f miles an hour. Safety Training Topic at Meeting K AMI. i K IPS Psychology of accidents and safety training for management and labor will bp dhcusseu at the eighth an-' nual central Interior safety clinic at the Stockmen's Hotel Saturday. Key note speaker will he F ' S. W. Belyra. associate profeB-nr of psychology at the Unl-versit v of B.C. CHANNELS S-7-1S OkaMSM 12:no Th Noon Hour 12:30 .Valine: "Man of the Wcsl" 2:30 '. Women's World H:00 TP A 3:30 T, ke Thirty 4. 'JO Rl Mr l:.IO V ,. -i I ion Time 5:30 Fpi ?st Hanser 6:00 J 'l H:15 Nt s, Weather. Spurn 7 00 T Tell I he Truth 7 ;io 1 v Hpaders Dlizest S:"0 Cai:ipra West - .in iw, v Mason B:30 s,e"onse Theatri 10:30 Ni"-.s Maeazlne Him Nev . Weather. 11:38 Theatre: "Man of the West ' f'HANNKLS 2. i. I, 7, X, . in. II Interior Network ,1:.?0 TrKe Thirty 4:00 RCMP 4:30 ' .n ation Time Ti.M) .-"oresl Itanuen . :iio Siiotllle ( bulletin Boarri 7:iH) The Best of the Posl 7:30 llennesey, S:1'!' Cam-n West 8..X) 1' -- .laon l:30 SsU ense Thealre I(i:3ii Ne, Magazine 11:00 Nev. J 1:15 Movie: "Passport Husband" CHANNEL 1 BPtkMM 8:30 P.oniper Room H:(M) Telescope 10:00 Girl Talk i..lo l'i lot l Rislit U Of) Get .'he Message 11:30 Ml' f: Links 12:00 l .ill r Knows Rest 12:30 Tennessee Ernie Ford 1:00 Mr.tinee: "Hau Kor Karh Other 2:30 fay In Court S io ('"nernl Hospital :t rii) Oi.een For A Day 4:00 Tratlmaster ".on ( an n Cy Show .": l.r New shea I i:l.' 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(i.CIO News H:3ii Walter Cronkite i 7:f)0 Premiere Theatie H:U0 Beverly Hillbillies h:.iii dick van nyke 10:00 On Broadway Tonight 11:00 News. 11:3(1 Movie: CB IN.VKt fi aveanM !l I'll Make li.ntm For :: Word For Word (ci 10:lXi Concentration ;:i.3U Jeopardy (c) ll:i'0 Sav When (el 11:30 Truth or ( "onseqiipr.i es (c) i 12:00 Let's Make A Dtal H I 12:30 t.oretia nunc I 1:00 The Doctors 1:3(1 Anothei World I 2:00 Matinee: MoTOCC0 ' 3:48 Song .shop ! 4:00 space Kids Rocky t..;o Movie: "Tarza'i s New oi k Adventure" 5:45 News (i:3o Huntiey-Brlnkley P.cport 7:00 Deaih Valley Payi 7:30 The Virginian (ci B:00 Movie: "To Catch a Thief" Ki:ii Eleventh Hour 1 1 :QQ News 1 11:30 Tonight With Carson (r) ft? Callouses Poin, Burning, Tendcmcs? on Bottom oi Feet BM 10:30 nn' rliran v mhh lliSG Movie: "Follow the FIpI' CHAKHKL l 9:00 CaptlJn KrtnKnroo For fnt , Rrntrfnl rplirf, lr SrhoU'n .inn pArU. Thv lnn rftTMiy . 'rv of tm quirkflMt WKVt kno'cn to mvlicil near nor. 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