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The Peninsula Times May 24, 1967

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 . A,  wi  ���A  ���n^n*-^ (W ���'���. fl- tb ���  a 4*-fcJ  , Large assessment . �� >  suimis��  ,i !f t^r j^44*-^u?%yj>��i-*?a(>'^a>^. U  -}aa* 4^ a  ^a    ,'  5.1  1  K'^l  77li7  SaV  it'  a.       -A.    ��      ->rf  * Il       a  - i, " *    . ���* 4  ���* " *' u       1  Authorized/as second class  moil'by. the  Pc^if, Off let  , peportm0ntr>Ottowa*  AMBITIOUS Tequest for/fnnds bythe 'Bed, .met with "council <= and fgav0va' run dowtTon  Cross has Received > the ~ cool treatment"   coming ^ centennial  events ^including^' the"'  from hoth village councils, Gibsons was'   Stagecoach, Centennial CaraVan i^rid1 a ^vis  asked to make a grant of $500 as1 its esti- -, it by ,a naval destroyer.,^ 7 >,   /-  - mated 'quota and Secheit $400.     .    *   ^ ��� ; r   '     X ���      '    ' _   ,     _t rJ j  While Gibsons expressed" some amaze**    m    <���->.'!    ' '      '   ���' ������  ment at the request, ItVas agreed to tabley 4 iTOiahV   OTfiSfflUflllOIl  the letter. Secheit council moved thf ,or* f��� * *rrUI    F*V*VU*aiW*  ganization he informed that council has no ^|_*   1J-- -U^L-L M,,~MV;,,,%r,  provision in the budget for this request. \    rftOlUS   ll^Y   SUIjfflnUBS  * Bed Cross circular indicated problems    -/ >��� ' - *   * ���,.   ,       .,  encountered in obtaining services of a cam-    SUNSHINE Coast Juvenile Soccer Assoc-  paign   chairman   had   necessitated   other  .. .J ����*���� wlU ,wind W its season's >acb.v-  means of raising funds" and it was there-    lties Frld.ay< May t26 with its annual,trophy  fore proposed that ,tbe communities make   -Presentation night to} be held at Secheit  the requested grants. "      <    *' ,Elementary Activity room, 7:00 p.m.    '   /,  Comm. Morgan Thompson said he could        A, big night has been planned and'a.  not see why the village should be put in ^very impressive array of.trpphies>ilr be'  such  a  position  and  was   supported   by    awarded, not only to the winning teams'but  Comm. Adele de Lange who added that the    also to individual players as well. This, grill  request is "quite an imposition". ���- be a thrilling night for (he winners and ft   \ "^"~i~"~jK^5M5r" ���V'-PJiif * -"7*""  - Chairman BUI Swain added that it is    js P^MS? to tecp'evejgttne fo'suspen^as ' I J^si ^SS^fC^vi2S*W��'  not only the Red Cross but numerous other *> "*#** a? untjl ^ ** **��M��4        ��K����A,��*fcAjiatl*.>��fc. **feM4rf~  organizations   canvassing  for   funds   and-       Everyone is invited^ to attend-this, ev-  people are getting a little fed up with it.    �����* which in addition to the 'awards ��will  Application for a building'permit for    have a mm of some of toe wprjd's greatest;  soccer players* in training and in games.  _ Elan to beT there, for without, your- sup- -  port aUgwill be in vain, and who knows,  maybVyour boy is one of those to be hon-  ni-rf-ri * ��:  :ttiee��<s  construction of a 72' by 40\.garage for four  buses by Secheit Motor Transport was approved. ���  Another application posed some problems and was tabled pending additional in-'  formation. The building permit was for  construction of a two story building with  living accommodation on the upper floor.  ' Clerk Ted Raynor said he understood  the ground floor would accommodate a  welding and machine shop., but this was not  indicated in the application. Chairman Bill  Swain suggested council should be informed in "black and white" before considering the matter. Main problem being that  the location is zoned commercial whde a  machine shop would require rezoning to  industrial.  , Comm. Thompson expressed the view  that such a small area at present is zoned  for industrial use that some consideration  should be given the application/ Comm.  Ray Clarke agreed pointing out that any  such industry should be encouraged into  Ihe area not driven out.  The chairman expressed the view that  while council had at one time received  planing recommendation which to some extent has been followed, it is his view' that  the commercial area should be extended  down to Porpoise Bay.  oured.  $250 recognizance . . ��  ear suspended sentace  iollowing cummon assniilt  "    ���   Beach landing '        ,  n *  TWO YOUNG local youths speeding front. Mishap occurred lateSaturday  along  a  side - lane  crossed the afternoon. No injuries were reported  paved road and made an excellent and police are investigating the iri-  job of landing this demolished auto cident.'  upside down on the Secheit. water-   ��� ��� .,     ������    ������������������������������.-������    ��� ��� . ������������--*���^���.   ���   ..     ��� i���,-..i���������-���****������.-*���-p��� ���    .   i.  ���!���     .1.    ������.   n.ir    ������!���     ������������������i   ���   1>  L  Peninsula visit  DISPUTE with a customer who? had  dropped in to discuss rental of a boat  ended with John Bosch of*Egmont appearing before Magistrate Charles Mittlest,eadt  to answer a charge of common assault  Found guilty as charged, Bosch was  given a one-year suspended sentenc^. and  ordered to enter a recognizance of.$250.  Complainant was Mr. Larry Orchisbn of  Burnaby, B.C.  John Porteous of Vancouver faced  charges resulting from a motor vehicle  accident at Middlepoint April 15 in which  he drove over the centre white line" and  came into collision with  a  pickup truck  driven by William Stephen Price of Gib-  Discussion terminated with a suggestion^ sons i  that the clerk discuss the matter further ,     provM guiltVt be wa5 rmQd m  i-  Mcuermid.        .      ^ckless, dangerous driving by Robert  lieved to have been late "March' or early  April. He was also ordered ^to" place -a  bond of $250.  Cabin was the property of Joseph Belish  and stolen :during the break-in were five  bottles of liquor. "        %  Consuming liquor in a public place,  namely Roberts Creek Hall, Francis Moody  Joe was found guilty as charged and fined  $50. ' '*.   - '     f  Oversupply of pulp  causes mill closure  Centennial Stage-coach  fires series of events  ARRIVAL of the Centennial Stage Coach in.  Open house will be held aboard ship, visi-  /  with the applicant. Mr. C  Five applications were received for a  previously advertised position of assistant  part time clerk. Three were selected for  interviews which will be carried tout by  the clerk and chairman.  Comm. Thompson reported he has ar-  ranged for grading of village'streete where  required within the following week" qr* so.  ����nrthe park is well underway, The young-  ���texs slide has arrived and will be assemb-  csu.as soon as necessary labour can be obtained.  rA special meeting has been called for  tliis, Wednesday at which the Centennial  Travelling Gavel will be presented to the  Secheit Village Chairman by council of  Gibsons.  Centennial Chairman,  Mrs, Ada  Dawe  Daniel tee of Pender Harbour May 1^ has  resulted in two years to consider the! prror  of his ways before t attempting to drive  again. He was fined $100 and his 5 driving  licence suspended for two years.f  i Following* an attempt to stop nilhi by.  police officers at West Secheit, iL��' 4pn-  L. L. G. BENTLEY, Senior Vice-President  of Canadian Forest Products Ltd.,' today made the following announcement ^o  the employees of the Howe Sound Purp  Division at Port Mellon: " ��  Secheit at 5 p.m., Wednesday, May 31,  will trigger off a succession of centennial  events on the Sunshine Coast ,    "* .  Travelling by van, the horses Ttfill be-1  hitched to the coach on the outskirts of  Secheit, proceeding- to the Village Office  where it will be welcomed by the Village  Commission; and- Centennial Committee. It  is believed the. coach will tour the village  during the evening.  Secb4lt Centennial Committee will host  a stage-coach dance in the Legion Hall,  where young and old are invited to join a  real old fashioned ^evening with a variety  tors being taken .from shore by tender._  During the visit, a dramatic and colorful fireworks display will delight residents  and .visitors and special-arrangements will  be made for children's groups to visit the  ship.  Commander RosenroU commenced Ms  naval career in 1943 when he became _an  officer cadet at the then RoyarTanadian  Naval College, HM��S Royal .Roads, near  Victoria.  On promotion to commander in August,  1981, Commander de RosenroU isas appointed   assistant  director   of   naval 'vfighting  WEDNESDAY, MAY 14, \9*T  ,Vo|ume4, No. 25 " IOC  Chiropractic offices .  scheduled for Secheit N  PREVIOUSLY   operating   from   Gibsons  Chiropractors Drs N. Schneider and B.  Alderson, open next month in their new  location in the Parker Block above the Seehelt Post Office.  Both h%ve practiced in British Columbia  since graduating from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College, Toronto in  1964. During this time they have maintained practices both in Vancouver and Gib-  " sons.  Dr. Alderson is currently Secretary-  Treasurer'of the'B.C. division of the Can-  a adian Council of Chiropractic Roentgenology. Presently a single mari, he plans to  be married in the-fall. A native of Vancouver, he has an office on East Hastings  Street. -    - ft  *��� *��� ���*  -Dr. Schneider is Vice President of the  .Alumni Association of the Canadian Chiropractic College. Married with two children, he was born in Calgary* but has resided most of bis life in Vancouver. He has  an office in the Birks .Building in downtown Vancouver.    '        *<���-������  Both men are members of the Scholarship and Guidance Committee of the Chir  opractic Association of B.C.' and point, put  to school councillors "or students! interested  in the profession as a career that information is readily available from either^ of  them.  Inclusion of Chiropractic care under coverage ,of the B.C. Medical Plan has^made.a  considerable change in the practice and  many people are unaware of the fact that  Chiropractic care is also included in many  /of the large "medical insurance .plans as  well as under" the Workmen's Compensation Act.  ~  Need lor larger and more suitable office  facilities has prompted the move to Secheit  and the Doctors feel that the new location  is ideally, suited to serve both ends of the  Peninsula.  a  Veteran's Week service  at Legion Hall Secheit  "VETERANS'a week. will be "inaugurated on  June u" with a service; at the Legion  Hall, Secheit at 11 a.m.. conducted by Rev.  Canon Alan Greene, assisted by Mr. !Har-  ry Hill. A musical program will follow,  arranged by Mrs; Hazel Evans and refresh-  -Ifus '-  U/tr* '  r  ��� &  !  is  .       .   ween apparent ior ine ut*>t, two     _���,...,,,���,���.������_���_,._ ,_.__..,D   ...���. _   ._.���rf  _ _       _     onaug��� uy mis. pa^a Avam-auu rcxreso-  or  three years  that the  construction' ,of    of local entertaihnfent. There will be no    equipment requirements (underwater < war-    ^ents wiu oe served by the Ladies' Auk-  mills and the expansion of exist-    charge, for  admittance  and  it is  hoped    fare) at Naval Headquarters in Ottawa. In    m' _    ���   ../, - -^    ���  fanned aj speeds of up to 9<>%mph,!w��jlpjg  Vsolid^in^^rctittingi corners ^reaefig^a"  hazard to any other road users on the way.  He was finally .stopped "at Irvines Landing.  Charged with impaired driving following  an accident on Davis Bay Hill April 1, John .  Lennox  McKinnon of Coquitlam,  age 40,  appeared May 12 and was fined $250.'  Clyde Rosvelt Baird of Gibsons area Was,  put on a one-year suspended sentence when  found  guilty  of break-in and theft of a  cabin at Egmont. Date of the offence is be-  new pulp  ing mills had inevitably to result in a tepK  porary.oversupply .of market.pulp. -During  that as many* as "possible will wear old-    April, 1983," he .joined, the-staff of the NATO  '-��.*��the*-last few*^ontfls^^s-sirua^iflai3  come increasingly ��� critical' and . we"' now  find that our* markets will simply not absorb our full production^ for.. the*remainder  of this year. .  "The Port Mellon mill will shut down  at 8:00 a.m. on June 30 and will start up  at:8:00 a.m. on July 17. Although every effort is being made to sell and ship as much  pulp as possible,, there is, a distinct pbssi-.  bility that additional down! time may be required later in the year."""':  planned for Chamber  GENERAL meeting of the Secheit Chamber of Commerce is scheduled for Wednesday May 24, 8 p.m. in the Hospital Cottage? Chairman John Hayes reports that  he has been asked to show a National Film'  Board film, believed to involve Centennial  progress* and is the first of two such films  to be shown in due course,,  Various Important issues are to be (lis-  cussed arid a good turn-out is hoped for,  Jtime dress.  ��� ^Before Visiting  ��� stop  at  Madeira  willjspend the night at Secheit, making a  V stop at Gibsons before catching the ferry  v to. Vancouver.  i ......  Arriving in'Gibsons Thursday, June 1,  (first stop; will; be at the high school at  ? approximately 12:15 so that students from  .both  schools  may  see it.   Escorted by  a  ! Iiband of riders "from the L.B. Ranch the  tstage jcoach will proceed to the Bank of  'Montreal parking lot, where a scroll will  'bel presented to the village chairman Mr.  W;rB; Hodgson. After a viewing- there it  ��� Will proceed to the village hall where the  register will be signed. It will then depart  j by ferry to North Vancouver and will travel Uie Caribou trail to Fort Steele, which  is its final destination.  M     Be sure to .turn out and sec this stage  coach,  which is another reminder of our  100th birthday.  DESTROY ER-eSCORT '  v June,5, 6 and '7;vthe .destroyer-escort,  IIMGS-MacKcnzie, under the command of  Commander Glen Michael do RosenroU,  CD,   RCN,  will  be  anchored  at  Secheit.  Supreme. Alhfiti Commander* Atlantic,. inf       All,veterans',and.their wiyeS'^njd 4km-  roll assumed command of the destroyer  HMCS Mackenzie of the Second Canadian  Escort Squadron, based at Esquimau,  British Columbia. 1  time. On June 12th there, will^be a stag  smoker at.the Legion! Hall, Selma Park'.at  2 p.m.' Veterans ^should,watch.this,paper"  for further announcements.,.- - ,  Morning feature ^ , . ;..-, :.;��� ymi������;;;' .Y;'.; *'���  Beethoven's Fifth Symphony  stimulates school activity  ' ��� a-,_    "    -*���" **     --'" .,  FREEDOM  with  responsibility,   Campbell   nity to attend Campbell- River's new school.  Essential procedure ; ...  Village Ghaiirmtiri pro poses  "Pay as wfe go^ best policy  River style���would not like to see it at  Elphinstone, said grade 11 student.Jo-Anne  Wheeler who recently spfent a week at the  senior high school which has been attracting considerable interest amongst educators.  Giving a report of her y-s��- ��t last  week's' meeting of Gibsons, P*TA -who  sponsored , tho ,trip, Jo-Anne, an honors  student at Elphinstone, said she was not  impressed with" the system which- gives  selected students i the option to ' attend  classes.     ..,,! ���., ,  Teachers looked boVecLand students became bored, said Jo-ATrm* who did not  think that tho classes wore more interesting or, stimulating, /  Beethoven's Fifth Symhony ""played  oyer tho PA system In.the morning somewhat surprised tho young student who  con^m6hted! that ,U;cer^lnly;ensured; that   teachers  Her comments-aroused considerable curiosity amongst those who only a few days  previously had listened to Mr. John A*  Young, principal of the school which is to  be featured on a television program in the  near future. , *',  CENTENNIAL   TRAVELLERS      ,  ' Interesting reports were given loy other  students whoi have been travelling' during  the past year. John CharmapJ who will be  travelling to Edmundston, New Brunswick,,  In connection with the Centennial student  exchange program, read Norman Blatch*  ford's report of his visit to Oak Bay Senior Secondary School in Victoria. Norman  was-impressed by students' activities at  the school which has 30 clubs and an excellent orchestra, One club helps retarded  children by taking them on outings. Tho  school has  about 1,000  students  and 45  ���B.*?*>*��&��(l(|1Wi��!!>fiSw��(fHJ  M4M;.>tJW,y*W-.M-.  ��� Centennial Queen !  SECHELT'S May Queen for center.- B.C., wired her congratulations and  '   nlal year Is Laurio Allen, pictured regret at being unable  to attend,  with littcndants Susan Jorgenson and' Lanle    Schroeder    tocrformed    tho  Janice Mullen. Retiring Queen Ilea- crowning ceremony for Heather.  thefr"X!ali7���now"HviB"girMcBr'ldor  ^BMtiwSp'-tl^W^  i * *-ia��f��u*u^A^jirf�� h-*nn nftilit-wsiffj-w iH&te *tot&mwt,*tif)*>**t!tf--.  SHADES of the pasf were evident In ��� n  budget speech recently by GH)sons Village Chairman Wes Hodgson In which ho  stressed tho fact, that n policy of "pay us  wo go" is essential not only to any business but particularly to a municipality,  Ho stated ."when I took over as> chair-.  not tho cnao for tho following, had to bo  paid,for from the i960 budget; Municipal,  Hall' $8,042,00  (annual);   park  purchases,'  $1,250,00;    purchaso   Cochrane   property,  $2,042,00;   Credit TJnlon, $5,528'and side,  walks $13,000.00.  ' "1^ must bo clearly unc|crH|ood thnt It  Is not the objection of the purchases but  the * method adopted This��yenr it is ex*  pectcd that,all municipal accounts will bo  paid for on a 'pay,as wo go' method, That  Is, all-municipal work and contracts out-  orcd Into In 1007 havo boon set,up In the  19,17 in '67. Hospital 1,64 in '65 down to  1,15 In '67 and School District jumping from  23.65 in '65 to 30,68 In '67.  Ho points, out that, tho School District  lOCTi budget shows, a 19.9 percent Increase  amounting to, $202,085,00 over the amount  budgettcd for I960, "1 point out those salient points, not in any way of criticism but  -for"-lnformatlon-onlya.,nnd����.rolatlvo^to*��,tho  village, Increase of 5,04 Mills for school  purposes,.- ,��� ���    .--, ������'., ���.'.-,���������.' '��������� ;���������������.  students wore wide awake,  Homo room classes wore segregated to  allow free discission between teacher and  pupils; but Jo-Anno said that'sueh" dlscus-  slans were not, evident'during her visit. '  Dlstanco travelled by some students also  surprised Jo-Anno who said that those living In the Kolsey Bay aroa, 50 miles away,  commuted dally by school bus. ,  ������--'���jii.*#a,jbi*'��**ail'��i..(-*>rlii*a  *-S#fcS**��ili#<"(*l��!..fvMM��  T  Tlio young Elphinstone student thanked  Gibsons P*TA for giving her: the opportu*  Wcuote accepted .. ,  Surpiiso teeii  ispiiffliEieEi  1907 budget and will bo paid for In lWM-.  .except In cases of disaster and prosfilif^T^  ALTHOUGH   no   official   commcncomcnt  omorRoncy.  Tho  question  of wntorworkr      dn1,�� hns t)ePn announced It Is believed  ,    being a public utility Is sot up sopanUdy    ��� ^Tn, lmmc,alftlf fltftrt ,wm ��>�� ��YU,��  and not nuboct to a Municipal Mill rato",    ��� ,Secl,oR >>roakwa|or  project at holma  Surplus shown n�� $?2,9.r)3 at, tho end of  / ,    Coptonnlal prlncos*  PIUCSSED, in traditional dreaa'of-nn   Johnson. Llttlo Prlnooss is pictured.  Indian   Princess,   Oeprn   August with her attendants; Pearl Julian and  ,ywas crovyned nt Sochr.lt'n May Day   Janice Joe.     I  _.'.ccrcimony_. liyl,retiring Qucon Dehra ;         , \ '       "  I ''1 �� '+*-*��� 1        ., , '  1960 Is apparently rather misleading and  tho chairman, explains that thlH amount is  actually, a gross surplus and- a slight,  ���chango hnccesHary^ln order lo show lho  Iruo net clr acluaV,Tnrplu��~^  vlllagd is concerw.ar"Actum"Burpiu�����'fiP��r-  1906 is therefore-Municipal $13,130,000 waterworks $0,823.00, grOHS surplus, $22,053,00,  Willi practically no Increase In tho Municipal Mill rate and a reduction of .20 on  tho Hospital Mill rato, however, tho'school  Mill rate lakos another jump by 5,01 Mills',  Included In tho qhalrman'k speech, was  n comparative Mill rate for 1965-67 showing  Ccncrnl Municipal'-wiMX In IMS-Tlislr^ 4o  foot by 180 feet will bo dredged lo a depth  of 10 feet and a 615-foot long breakwater,  requiring tho transport of 42,000 cubic  yards of quarried rock, constructed.  ~J-Purpose*'ofiho -work-lR-to-providc" a^-  refuge harbor for transient fishing vessels  Rcccnl call for tchdorfl resulted la sur  prise estimates, for while many local peo    ft;;r.La;\?;rorft  "plo condemned tho fact that tho budgettcd    ��n��-P.����s��r<.,crnu  sum of $225,000 was far from  adequate,   _:b.��lwvlfllon of the projee  lowest tender was actually only $150,9ai,  * depattm tjnt of public -works -and accepted -  stntos Ml1 for Coast'Capllano Jack Davis,  Who advised tho Times last week,  ,11m   Honb   Contracting   Co,   I.td.,   of  Chilliwack,   1\,C,',   has   boon   awarded   a  $150,985 contract for tho construction of a  boat harbor nl''Kucholt,  Tho  Hiuj'posafid ��� tonder  was  the, lowest.  ot. nlno ...opened April 27,  High bid  was  ^'20,788.  w*.i(Vn 4rrtgulai����m^Q$r4pptacutely 400  '   WUo Wlngravc,  one of a party of 2(  students who travelled from  the  Powell  lllvor and Squamish districts to Ueglpa,  last summer, was thrilled with the coverage given their- visit by  news reporters  and local television station. Thoy visited  all the main ��� places of���lntorcst including  the legislative buildings wheVe they  met  Premier Thatcher, ahd were hosted at a  ���banquet glyon -by (Imperial Oil-Company.������/ ���-  Chilliwack- Senior   Sccorfdary   School,  which Mary Lamb visited for ono week,  hi\8 an* enrolment of approximately 1,000 '  students,- classes about tho same size as -  at Elphinstone and .teaching methods aro  similar. Mary was Impressed with the uso  students made of private study areas,' her  comment being���"they , actually  studied."  WEU ORGANIZED  Mrs. It: Uanklri, moderator of tho tils. ���  cusslon, assured parents that hosts of the  students wore carefully chosen and tho I  tours are woll organized. Students solccted  to travel aro not necessarily those on tho  acadomlctechnlcfll program, but rcspon*  fllblo'studonta who participate In bcIjoqI  activities.  EXECUTIVE      "! * -"   Elected by acclamation to servo on Ih  ':   i��� .        .       executive of Gibsons P*TA next year, were  id will bo under    President Mrs. Joyce  Hipper, YlccPreS '  f^llcglon^aho.FedCrJ5cpir^citSl��  vantouvtr 5, H.t, y crick,  membership Mrs.  L, Hubc   hospl*  You may rcca)l thai tho department of    lallly  Mrs,   M,  Clement, Social Convener  public works, Itsolf, had ostlmatod tho har��    Mrs., V, Azynn, program Mr, J. Ayro-��; Mr.  J.' Bell,  Mrs,  A. Labonto, Publicity 'Mru',  M, vyost..  -Members approved Mrs. Labonto'A mo*  Hon that a workshop on leadership an<|  chairmanshl),, bo held next autumn, prcs  fcrnbly In conjunction with other organiia.  tlons,  bor of refuge at Secheit m costing approxl  matoly $215,000. Apparently tho situation  In tho heavy construction industry has bo-  como juuch more compotltlve In recent,  months, The federal government has,  1 therefore, -been able lo savo a substantial  amount ol money tor.tub reason,  / \  *f  1  t  i  &  1  -*  1  4.-,  ���v. -  ifi't  If It  1   ���*  1 it*  '�� I  K  ����'# ''. R>*Wi>--9***l0)4F-ikM'p>ft��4 in*  H i��x   i���� ,-ft H.  1  I   ��,��'l  �� * -ii**,* f'*���*"*������ y'  '  i .J  *������ ��� >-(^i  f  .   :f a  dt-4    -tMBfi-f lit ^y\\-y&rfr��X-r''  ���af* - "  1.    -a-  WWtlSWA.''  ^ !4>U'%VW ^^trAi'^^'l'X  T^i^H^Vf'J  X<(<    la"*'*'?^   '^.AV^V'.  T^j^fC  ^ v^r*p**.*��*-*,'4-*,*,*awl''  sVw'i*!"*1  wh:v  , '"���A<*  Hi  .i��*.  Page 2    the Peninsula Times, Wednesday. Moy 24; 1987  r   -    REAL  ESTATE, (cont'd)  BUILDING SUPPLIES  i '    J. v  WANTED, TO BUt  1heP1e141NSULa7^^ Telephohe 885-9654  - **- / *   * *  Classified  SB0000BBB00m00000B0000000B00aB00010B**00B0k0*00000)B*]B0*00B*0Brt*0*t&  Published Wednesdays by the  The Peninsula Times Ltd ,  at Sethelt, B C.  HELP WANTED  Member, Audit Bureau  of Circulation  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (15 words)  One Insertion      - . 50c  Three   Insertions  . $1 00  Extra lines (5 words)     10c  (This rate does not apply to  commercial Ad-Briefs)  Box Numbers 10c extra  25- Book-keeping charge is added  for Ad-Briefs not paid by publication date.  Legal  or   Reader  advertising  25c  per count line.  Display   advertising    in ' classified  Ad-Brief columns, $1.50 per inch.  COMING EVENTS  --^���.   JULY 15 North Van re-union.  With help of Phil Lawrence  a bus trip is planned to visit  favorite old spots on the North  Shore Box lunch at Capilano  Canyon then a tour Tickets  $3 75 retui n Phone Mrs Green,  8S6-9979 377.25  ANNOUNCEMENT  FOR membership or explosive  requirements, contact Wiljo  Wiren. selling agent, Howe  Sound Farmers' Institute, Reid  Road, Gibsons; 886-2014. Stumping or ditching powder, dynamite, electric or regular caps,  primacord. etc. ,  9172-tfn  /  OBITUARY  YOUNG mah who is interested in learning the hardware  business. Must be neat in appearance and will to learn; between the age of 18 and 22. Excellent opportunity for advancement. Apply Parker's Hardware, Secheit, B.C. 433-ifn  QIMLIFIED man to repair  stone fireplace. Must be competent Apply all day Thursday,  May 25 H. F Newman, corner Reid and Central, Granth-  ams Lancing. 459-25  Mrs. Naida Wilson  Now il years in business.  ' ON SECHELT PENINSULA  REQUIRES SALAL PICKERS  Phone 885-9746 or write c/o Boi  390,   Secheit. .  8987-ttn  SECOND COOK WANTED  ���       FOR THE  JOLLY ROGER INN  Contact  Mrs.  J.   Brynelsen  at 885-9998 or R R. 1 ���  Halfmoon Bay, B Q.f  *   "453-25  CALLISON EVERGREEN  CO.  Roberts Creek  Salal Pickers Wanted  Huck 34c Bunch  Salal 34c Bunch  Contact plant before picking  Located at Roberts Creek,  across street from store.  SIM���Passed away on May 22,  1967,  Beatrice Margaret Sim  of Selma Park, HB.C^-Survived  by  her  lovfeg" husband  Bert;  .three    sonsf  Bert,    Ron   and.  Rick;  3  brothers,   George  and  ,S3Hfe,��l, Saskatoon,, and ..Tom,,  of Ontario; i sister, Mrs'. Ella  Robertson of Saskatoon; l grandchild.    Funeral    service    on  Saturday,  May 27,   at  2  p.m  ,from the Bethel Baptist Church  m Secheit, B.C. Rev. A. F  Willis officiating, interment Sea  View Cemetery, Harvey Funeral Home, directors. In lieu of  flowers, donations to St. Mary's  . HosPital ' 462-25  RUTLEDGE���On May 17 1967  .' ih St. Mary's Wpital, Se-  -chelt, Anson Blis Cole Rut-  ��� ledge of Roberts' Creek, B C.  Survived by his loving wife  Edythe; three sons, Howard  -.Anthony-of   Montreal;   Donald  Forbes of Vancouver and Robert Edward of Roberts Creek  One    daughter,    Mrs.    Edythe  Beryl  Oddy of Montreal,  and  four   grandchildren.  service will be  later    date.  Home,  ,'0���- ' 460-25  Phone 886-2633  8519-tfh  FOR RENT  furnished or un-  ���Oae-   bedroom;  ���Memorial;  announced at a  Harvey    Funeral  Gibsons,   B.C.:   direct-  CARD OF THANKS  71 WOULD like to express my  sincere thanks to the doctors  ,of St.  Mary's Hospital  for  a  .Wonderful operation. Also to  the nurses who were so kind"  1 to Uie kitchen .staff who sup-  Piled such a wonderful break-  fast   of   Humming   Birds   on  I toast. I. wish to thank the Mas-  onic Lodge, the OES, the Royal  -Canadian Legion, the OAP and  many   kind   friends   for   their  /cards and letters during my  short stay in , hospital -Mr.  Charles Brookman. ,        446-25  NEW  suites,  ^furnished;  bathroom, combination kitchen,  living room. All electric new  stove and fridge. Phone 885-  9333 after 5 p.m. 8792-tfn  HALL for  rent,  Wilson  Creek  Community HalL Contact Mr.  Ray Witt, 885-9542. 9167-tfn  MODERN units at winter  rates. By day, week or  month. $50 monthly and up. Also full trailer hook-ups. Mission Point Motel Ltd. 885-9565.  -1 ���    '. 8982-tfn  NEW deluxe"'apartment, 2 bedrooms, laundry facility, $110  per month, also small. office,  $38 per month, heat and light  included. Whitaker Block, Davis Bay. Phone 885-2280.   250-tfn  COMFORTABLE, 'modern 2  bedroom- waterfront home in  Secheit, near school, Will enter  into rCasohable yriarly contract  for up to 4 years. Contact P.O..  Box 425, Secheit, B.C.     429-25  2   BEDROOM    duplex,    Davis  Bay,  unfurnished.  885-2116.  452-27  CENTRALLY located, well  maintained older type house *  (20 years). Revenue property.  Four suites including burners  On two lots. Garden, fruit tre^s.  Sea and mountain view. Sacrifice for quick sale. $19,500���  terms. Box 138, Gibsons for appointment      " S79-25  TO PURCHASE or sell property in the Secheit area, our  e x p e rienced representative  Charley King, will be pleased  to helo vou. Phone 885-2066.  Ch^s. English Ltd. Real Es<  and Insurance, Gibsons, B.C.  314-tfn  WATERFRONT    property     at  Halfmoon Bay. Phone 885-9330  or 885-9796.   , 330-tfn   4   SACRIFICE sale. Modern 2 BR  new cottage. Large living  room, fireplace, dining area,  cabinet kitchen on 94 acre. 5  miles Secheit near Sandy B^ach  and finest fishing. FP $5,500���  DP $2,000. Phone Harry Hill,  885-9764   evenings. 425-26  HOME and revenue in Selma  ���Park. 2 cottages, 1 with fireplace, oh i acre view property. FP $1500. DP $2,500. Phone  Harry Hill, feVeniftgs at 885-  9*64. 421-26  180' SAFE beach, lovely secluded garden, lawn and fruit  trees on good road. Older 2  bedroom home, large sundeck,  fireplace, 220 wiring, oil furnace Extra 2 rooms upstairs.  Ideal retirement spot near good  fishing. Low taxes. Could be  commercial property with 100'  adjacent lot. FP $15,900. Phone  883-2231 or write Box 344 e-o  Peninsula Times, Secheit, B.C.  344-26  EWART McMYNN  REALTY & INSURANCE  Box 238 Phone 886-2166  Gibsons,  B.C.  Good location on quiet view  road, 2 bedrm house, mahogany feature wall in 27x13 ft.  living rm , cabinet kitchen with  double sicks, 12x9% ft washrm,  el. heat. Half down, or own financing on $16,000.  u'*wXt^S^Ht^riM'"WrSfiore^''  line  on  good  sheltered  beach,  ���with 3 bedrm home, lVfe baths,  big view living rm  with heat-  ilator fireplace, large deck and  patio,   cabinet  kitchen.   $10,000-  down will handle.  Three bedrm home on i acre,  easy    beach    access,    bright,  clean   good-steed   rooms,   A-oil  furnace etc., $10,000 down.  100 ft.  lot on prime beach,  1  acre, with streamer$7,000.  Your    choice   of ' 2    bedroom  homes,-'IT,000 to^ $16^000: something for every pocketbook!  GIBSONS    Building ^Supplier KID GOATS v/anted.'Phone-G.  Ltd.' 886-2642,   Gibsdns/^C/;     Chnrman/886-9862.    ;    182,-20  Quality Ready-mixed concrete?        '"a*"* p  Serving the area for 20 nm.; FOR .SALE    *  aftjt&r  .^-a  TRAILERS  < \<  ;G0dD tacfcl 'Laflnla* nay. Hot  . 'sale; #T *# bale delivered,  phdne 946-6568�� 9046-tfn  A J. <  SUNBEAM   electric   lawnmoW  er. reel type, self, propelled,  grdiss .. catcher^ \ almost  sell for  , 315-24  with  FOR SALE���2 bedroom trailer,,  i0'x55',  7   months- old,  fujl$r  furnished  in  colonial coloured ,  plumbing  and   appliances, s AH.: new.   Cost  $179,  will  set up including  cabaha. ttull ;$100, Phone 886-2288.  price $7,500 terms. Phone 886-* ��� ;   9615. 445-27  NEAR -new Scotty trailer.-v  Sleeps 3. Propane stove, v 3?  light' system, ice box, ample-,  storage. 975 lbs. total weight.:  Phone  P.  Smith, 885-9565.   <\ \  448-tfn,'  v  Do Worrman 886-2393  Jack Warn 886-2681  BOATS & ENGINES 1   t��� Sl.-  INFLATABLE Kayaks ahd can'-t  "oes. Finest quality from Europe, Hate's Boat Sales, 1307 B..-  8th, Vahcouver 12. Free delivery. Member B.C. Kayak and  Canoe Assn. 335-tfn  14'   6"  FIBREGLASS  convert-  ,  ible with canvas top, complete with 18 hp Johnson ahd  trailer. All ih godd conditio^,  $725., Alsd 11' 6" plywood rdw-  bbat, oak ribs, near new, $45,  Ph'ofie  883-2824. 332-25  25'      FIBREGLASS      plywood?*  boat foi sale  50 hp Mercury,.  motor, $1075. 886-2819.      418-24  15 FOOT fibreglass boat,  fac-  ory made, windshield, steering   and   controls   only,   with  trailer. $300. Box 366, Gibsons.  420-26  ���FULLY equipped, 18 ft. clihfter  built   2   berth   cabin   cruiser  with 50 hp Mercury outboard.  Almost new. Phone 885-9328.  346-26  CABIN cruiser���New condition.  Seen    at    Fair-mile.    Beach  Avenue, Roberts Creek.  451-25  FOR SALE ��� Boat With cabin,  fish-hold, licensed for salmon. 17-ft. with 1966 50 hp Mercury���26 knots. $1,100 or sep-  -arate.. Boat. $550,-engine ,.$550.  Frank Lee, Madeira Park. Ph.  883-2607. 437-26  12-FT.    CLINKER    built   boat.  $85.00. Phone Big Maple Motel, 885-9513, 456-25  10 HP. ONOM motor, generator,   starter,   rebuilt   clutch,  shaft, prop, and bearings. $95.  PhOtte 886-2949. 461-25  TWO I957t International %s;ton  ^^paiHels^^.,':^TOlH.;driye,'>.;,$3^,  epch or both* for $60ip>;si952  Chev l ton panel, 4 speed trans.  Offers. Phone   885-9980. ,412r25  1  .ACCESSORIES  Paint - Fibreglass - .Rope  , Cafrvas - Boot Hardware  'Ay 7 <���  Compressed   air    service   fot  skindivers    and s firemen.   Air  tanks. Skindivers available ^for  salvage work.  WALT NYGREN SALES  , LTD., :  , Gibsons, B.C.  Phone. 886-9303  ,   118-tftt  450-25  REAL ESTATE  !Su  PERSONAL  WHY endure ,what perhaps na*  "lure can cure? Herbal mcdl*  c<ne is safe, medicine. Write  Sr fl,n,absolwtoly free copy of  Werbology Health Magazine".  P.O. Box( 3178, Johannesburg,  South Africa. ��� Please mention  una newspaper. 7045  "^C'ftKWARD   offered  for'  ,.   Information   leading   to   the  CONvlctlon of persons rcspons*  iiv,J J*. rcm?vnl ot ant-lues  and pictures from a housed at  wopklns Landing, B.C. Please  ��� contact   RCMP   Headquarters,  Srs0n?.\ ?'c' ��� whcro ������ informal..  Udn will be treated,In confld-  ence-      . , 02W-tfh  SECRBLT AGENCIES LTD.  '        Realty &  Insurance  Box 155 Secheit,  B.C.  Phone:, Office 885-2161  See "our listing, under'the date  ,     ,      pad.  217-Un  YES      '  We havo homes, houses and  cottages, Wc have lots, acreage  and waterfront. We have a  cliolce for you, See us last-but  see us, No obligation.  Horry Gregory 885-9392,  H. B, GORDON  & KENNEtT LTD.  Secheit, B.C. 885-2013  444-25  \ FOUND  ,7 !:������' ,  ���'���7:  BUNCII of keys at .the bus do*  pot. owner  may   claim  for  COPt Of Ad,       ; 459*25  r*Pt iM- "f��rt*iW*t��J'  |<**��*ii)��i <n4��t*  ��f\'W)&<& ^'f-dntftH BT"  1  LOST on May lHh In J*>cch^lt  t ��� ��� pout office, wallet containing  f mm Bum ��� of" money and pcr-  i.BOrtal papers. Contact Mrs. Jean  fWivtirtat Si; Mary's Hospital  ",1"'1"      ""   *"   Reward  If  348*25  r  #;j>honc  860*2952,  tmtned intact,  #w��wfpiyiwwai  WORK WANTEP  T  LhMtQB imachlne^ available for  ^(Vjhteayy   clearing  or  grading.  \ fetmn   ��v��ll��Me-    Call   Fred  ���>:^pm4m W*��W). sa Wn  ^m^^immM^Mi^M^^^fii^^^^OH^^nvsf^. "A*.  ^ttMi>pto>9k:immy  \ 7  '! It '"1 J77    , ��'     ", 1 ��     1   ,   ���      '  ' ��v k  ���1    11  ��\M.  k  if! k',fi�� "-.vu* <  . sltera-...  J)purjv.._  03-tfn  ^   '     .''  ���I   ���  SAKINAW MKE^; 1 ac. of scc��  luslonl Pollghtful, 16^24' bt-  tage has 8>24' deck���-material  on hand lo add ';i2,x)2'',|}cdroom;  $55001,full price,  ,SELMA PARK: Unique 4 room  cottage,   modern   In    every  respect, Lge,  view lo,t; nicely  landscaped.1 Small guest house.  $15,500.   ..._;i���.._..,.,,..;..,....,  ROBERTS'' CREEK: Unftohjhcd  4 room homo on hotter than  1 ac.'.Convenient location. $0,000  Tt(jfnis to reliable party.  GIBSONS:   Only   $2,000   down  gives   Immediate   possession  cozy a  rooms.  Electric  heat,  ~T.avoi'**iot~?55oorF.i,r*,~~'*-w'*-  WelHocaled, v immaculate 4  room cottage, grounds nicely  landscaped, A-oil heat. Attrac*  live terms on $11,500,  :arf(- ^   -^- tv        ^       wl^ -    KJJ-    av-��    ��   a fc   *fm*Wt>)l^-^;��-la4*n-!-#*%9t-M^KI^^^  Ideal retirement cottage on  ���conv��nlehUy*loMlH"vlow^oir  Tho panholled living,room fca-  tares fireplace, W.\V and opens  lo nice dining room���arborlte  cov, kitchen. Try $3,000 down  on $11,000 F.P,  K. BUTLER REALTY  & INSURANCE  ........    ..Gibsons, 8^-2000  ���    The ProfiroNhlve Realtor  "V '      *"/        449-25"  DAVIS  ���BAY^Sale   of . sales!  Stucco, duplex in choice res-,,  idential   area.   Nice   lot   with  beautiful view. $21,000.  SEOHELT���3 bedroom home on  4 M acres oh old School Road.  New furnace, fireplace,. A real  nice home. $12,500. <  VIEW LOTS IN DAVIS BAY���  One    all    cleared.    Terrific  view. Call-  Charlie King���-885-2066  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  1010-24  , GIBSONS���Unique,   fully   serv-,  iced property with 150 feet wa-  Sound with background of majestic, snow-capped North shore  mountains.  Full  Price,  $5,000.  SARGEANT BAY -*- Like fishing? : Yes���-well, this Is the lot  for you; salmon' virtually at  you> doorstep. 90 feet frontage  on beach. Full price, $3,900.  HALFMOON'" BAY - Modern  . home on 2 acres with over 200  feet waterfrontogo. Property  beautifully treed with Arbutus  and Evergrdertfl. Full price,  $16,400. Terms.;  PENDER HARBOUR - Fully  ��ervlccd waterfront and semi*  waterfront properties in this  scenic year-round boating and  fishing paradise. Price from  $1,500 to $0,500,  1961 dMC % tod" P.U. Custom  cab,  4  speed   trans.   Radio.  .Ph6hev;'fe9626.;'' ���y^;;" ;;;;';3i-tfti;  I960 CHEV Impala, 4  dr HT.  New auto trans:, heater, radio, good condition. Cash. 883-  -: 2655.,,, .J-,-.' :,'.���::���������,,,. '.7-7-. 340-25 ....  ;l?OR SALE���1960 Corvair, new  ; motor;' good running order.  Paint and interior heeds work,  $600'or offer, Seen Saturday  and gunday, 88g-2122. '    406-25  EXCELLENT '-. transportation,  1953 Austin- A40 A door sedan.  Low mileage on rfebullt ��� motor,  economical, reliable, $150. ,885-  9654, . 407-tfn  1939   NASH   LuFayettc,   Runs,  stock equip, $150 "br best of*  fer.   Phone , 886-2652, 382-26  1957  PLYMOUTH   and   a   1957  International   pick-up.   Phono  885-0513.    , m 431-tfn  1063 CHRYSLER 4 door sedan.  Auto., white with blue Interior, Very dean. 885-2124,  424-20  Foil SALE-1957    Plymouth,  ���..   $175, Also  1957  lntcrnatlqnal  ^'1l,on pick up'$375, or offers,  Phono Big  Mqplo  Motel,  885*  ,9513. ,,.,.; ,* 455-25  For these nnd other choice pro*'  pcrtlos on the sunshine .Coast  call Frank Lewis at Gibsons  office.  880-9JKX),*���      ,          FINLAY REALTY LTDv   ,  Glbspns       and       Burqultlnmi  410*23  . .1  1 Hi.. .1.1��- - ���  RESORTS  LEGAL NOTICES  ni����l<i.��l��**' 1 l|  Form No, jb-  (Section 82)  MND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply to  jjCaso Land  MOBILE Homo Park, Also tral*  lcrs, and  camping,, with  or  without   |iook*up,   Wanhroomn,  scaped, lawn and blacktop, approx, 10 acres. Trails nnd  strewn, 3 minutes walk to  beach at Davis Bay, also mod*  orn housekeeping unltn, Horno*  cker boardp Dally;- wcckly^and  monthly rates, Big Maple Motel  and Tr|>IJcr Park. Phono 88.V  9^13; 430-tfn  CAMPERS, trallerltOH ~* Wako  ' up by the.sea In our lovely'  camp ground, Hot showers,  etc., also 7 modern units',' facing ihe water. Dally or wcokly  rates. Boat, swim, flih or Just  loaf   ot  Mlniilon   Point   Motel,    Dalod April 131li, l]M57,  Phone UW-DWSr . 447;lfn JOOfl���Pub. May 3, f(1  FOR SALE (Continued)  USED washer $14.95; Easy Spin  Dry washer $19 95; Hoover  vacuum cleaner, like nVw !  $24.95; Kirby upright vacuum  cleaner $14.95; Reel mower,  gas powered $14.95. Parker's  Hardware, Secheit. Phone 885--  2171.     ' 434-tfn  USHSD power *saws for sale. All  makes and sizes. Chain Saw  Centre, Secheit, 885-9626.  8966-tfn  .NAILS $12, 100 lbs. Vinyl Asbestos tiles, 9x9, 10c each;  i^xi2k 15c each; 9x9 cork tile&,  9c each. Remnants, Inlaid, 220  yards. .Exterior paint or matte  finish ��3.95, reg.' $9.95. Shake  paint, $3.95, reg. $7.95. Interior paint, $3.00^ a"nd $4.95 per  gallon. Large "stock of \ used  vacuum cleaners, A-l shape,  $19.95 and up. 1965 9V4 Johnson outboard,* like new, $195.00.'  Benner Bros. Furniture and  Paint Store,,  Secheit, 885-2058.  124-14  JAY BEE USED  FURNITURE  i^bne 886-2346, Gibsons  " Next to Ken's Parking  142-tfn  FOR SALE (Continued  IF - IT'S   sudts--it's ^'Morgans,  ^885-^30, Secheltl: 9,C:  USED World Book Encyclopedia. PO Box, 445, Victoria, B.C.  ' J    V   ,^345*27  KITCHEN wood ltfihge, Excel-  , lent baker in gooda Condition.  Phone 886-9327. ' ; 378-26  ROTO-TILLER wj,th 3Va Briggs  &  Strctton motor.  3  years  old,  hardly used.  $100.  Phone  885-2278,  after 6 p.m.       443-27  GOOIi    selection,,  guaranteed,  second-hand refrigerators. Ph.  886-9949. 381-26  SILVER 3ands  Shake & Shingle.  Local  sales  phohe 886-  9697 or 886-2097.     ��� 440-tfn  WOODEN stave tank, capacity  2,000 gals. $75. New 8-foot  fibre glass boat. $129; 12-ft.  $275; two 12 ft. clinker boats  and motors $125 and $50. Mc-  Lintock's Marina, RR 1, Madeira Park. Phone  883-2444.  441-25  SMALL, strong,  2  wheel box  trailer, 13"   tubeless   tires,  1,000 lb capacity. Phone 886-  7763. 413-25  FOft SAU\(^ntihW>^^^ a  USED Slihl Chain $aw/ Light-1 ��  ning - E   modfel;, !'��� b'Sn,^ 7>  ^haihs   ihclutlcd,    Reasonable. ,7>  Phone 886-7491,       ��   ' ' - 436-27   -.  ELECtRId rarige, as^is $i59,��5:"  Easy spindry^yashferl $14*95^  rBeatty    washer   $iA95; -..used \  Klrby upright vacuuhUjelgatiera .'  $15f Imperial fridge, ,llke new" -  $125\  Parker's Hardware Ltd.  Secheit. Phone 885-2171. 458-tfn \ '  SACRIFICE sale, % 16' clinker  built, \h. cabin boat, 9 horsepower Biiggs and Stratton engine, dual controls, fully equipped. $375. One boat trailer, near  new, factory built. $75 cash for  quick sale. Phone Harry,* HU1,  885-9764. \ 454-27  NIAGARA Cyclo Massage  ' chair.'O hp Rototiller.-No. 1  stain mahogany ' doors. Hand  basin. Kitchen sink. -Iron garden gate. Phone Big Maple Motel, 885-9513. 457-25  CROSBY roping saddle-russet,  double rigged, new price  $155.00. Used 2 or 3 times price  $120.00. Frank Lee, Madeira  Park. Phone 883-2607.       438-27  2 GAS pumps for sale, $56 ea.  Phone 883-2205. 349-26,1  "���"���"l***   '*Vi t^-V  J^A  )   a    77  lliirL  >1'  ��1  V  A  I,V��'J  .i^:;^  y*,^ *o��'?n-*  vi*:3��'  XL-  r *���  ��W"#  ....  mWH  .-1 t %V'*.v"  ^  THIEt SCENE .  �����By Ray Moscrip  The plasic water hung snug around the cove  The shimmering brilliance from the sun up.  ; . above ,'��� .  The cool mellow green of the trees all around  The dingy smell of the moss on the ground ,  The dark grey frpnt of the rocks so'bare      (  The seagulls fly without a care      ^ '  The shipwrecked driftwood so still andso dry  The un man-"* beauty of the clear blue sky  Deep in the woods'a chipmunk cajls  Out of, the blue a majestic eagle falls  The sa|ttl and huckleberries all so lush  The whole tranquil place'has fallen toa hush  And I sit on My perch high on the cliff ,  And take in the beauty and let my mind drift  And out of my soul a meaning comes to me  This is the way God has meant it to be.  V  ThetlWES  Phono 005-9634  Secheit, B.C.   \  *H<  SECHELT AGENCIES DATE PAD  ��� This free reminder of coming events Is o service of SECHELT AGENCIES  LTD. Phone Peninsula Times direct for free listings, specifying "Dote  Pad". Please note that space is limited and some advance dates may  have to Wqit' their turn; also that this is a "reminder" listing only and  cannot always carry full details.  May 25���7:30 p.m. Gibsons Elementary School, Monthly meeting of  Sunshine Coast Rockhounds.  Moy 26���10 am.-l p.m. Wilson Creek Hall, Coffee Party,  May 26~-2 p.m. Roberts Creek Legion Hall. Rummage Salo,  May 26���10 a.m.-2 p.m. St. Bartholomew's Parish Hall. Gibsons, Superfluity Sale. -  May 29���7:30 p.m. Elphinstone Secondary School, Educptlonol Meeting, "Continuous Progress".  May 29���8:00 p.m. Fall Fair Meeting. G.CIorkc residence', North Road,  Gibsons.       ', ,  May 31���7:30 p.m. Bethel Baptist Church, Secheit. Missionary Work  In India, Speaker, Rev. Waldo Penncr. '���'���'.  May 31���8 p,m, Gibsons Elementary Activity Room. Films; Prelude to  Peace. City of Gold; Above The Timber Lino.  May 31���5 p,m, Sechclt'VJIIage Office, Arrival of Centennial Coach,  ',''r,'.''''-MNTAiii'   '"''.,'  Now 2 bedroom tjreund floor apartment, Electric rAngo, fridge, electric  heated, Davli Day���$100 par month.  3 Oedrftoitt houie, Wcif Secheit-���$100 pcr month.  CALL E. SURTEES, evei. OB5-9303.  real estate  insurances;  Phone 085-2161  Multiple Lilting' Sorvlco  Vancouver Real Citato  Ooard  <j^*i*-*-^fitefr'-rtta^k*>��!^ f  AGENCIES LTD.  ttM*M*��*t*-#IM^*4tit-*^ i*����fl��M'^ *-(l^M^**>i*i4^*S����*"f��i-Wt^  I jH(s-��all(-.*��i-i*i*i-ii; 11  te  tn Mind Recording District  of Vancouver ahd situate vie  Inlty of Klclndalo School, pen*  dor. Harbour,. B.C. *  Take notice that Nell Newlck  of-pendor-llorlwirr Ji,C(r occupation logger Ihtcndn lo ap.  ply for a lcane of the following  uescHbcd" Inndri:  Commencing at a post plant.  ���'ed"'*N.Wr-corncr��ln'Hh��'-vklnlty-  of Kleindale.School; .thenco.600.  feet moro or ICHfl EnRt; thenco  COO feet moro or Icbh Boulli;  thonco 000 feet moro or less  Went; thence flflb feet more or  loss North to point of commencement, and containing ten (10)  ���ncrcn, moro or Ichs, for tho  purpoHe of homcftlto, 1.  NElt NEWICK  VOLKSWAGEN NEWS  PROM COPPING MOTORS LTD,  1?3*  1967 Volkswagen  $lZ9.8-Ciistomlw  ^-*t���^Ki'K*l'(E^W!���������> V**^'t��*'-S'^'Tn1*w��'^:!.''*^ *-���"**"��.*" i| S-.yrittf��;ft"4|i!'Jr*t1i  Dank Finance AYoilabio  1965 V,W, CUSTOM  AU Noyr Tlro�� ��� Top,Condition  $1295.00  ^.^'.^.p'HONE-ftftS-aft^ -. .   -  fts.  rscc  .,.,''..    , a   /SECHELT  Scchcl.t business block, real voluo, prlcod  to sell, Good terms, J, Anderson,  -"1  885-2053.,-'   Cowrie St.,  clean  family homo,  extra  room* In basement. Lovely troed landscaped  lot, Only $19,900 easy terms.  \ qall J. Anderson, 085-2053,,      <  Shoot Mctdl Shop for solo, $3,?B0A lm-  modlato possession. Call Bob Rent,  885*9461,  Own your own  business, florist  shop.  Laroo ��� tumovorr WI ro - Bervlcer t.5^0?  will handle, For further details, call Bob  Kent, res: 885-9461; (No, 430)  WEST SECHELT  128 fri wotorfront lot with lovely cottage,  excellent   view  of  Trail   Islands.   Noar  cfooOnd W"|bod*htfacrwith*Msy'woC'  w..*,���. cots f Call* Bob-K��nts. 885-9461, ���.,,�����.,,.,  68 ft, waterfront with older 2 bedroom  home, gentle slope to fine, beach.  $12,000 F.P.  $2,500 down, Call  Bob  Kent 885*9461,,  $1,500 down, 2 acres, West Secholt. 2  bedroom cabin, furnished, Noor new ofec-  trie ranqe, Basomonf, Good water supply,  ,' Only $4���500 P,P, Coll J, Anderson  085-2053,  View lot on .highway, 50* 1400 ft. Terms  on fuHprtce42j500rCo)l BobKenVresJ  885.9461  davis dXy       _,....:     '  Lovely, now homo, now almost*::complete  for occupancy, Term* F,P, $13,950, Call  ',     Bob Kent res; 885-9461.  BARGAIN HARDOUR " -  300< watdrfrortt'; 5 roomed house qn 3  acres, $20,000'with terms, E,' Surtoos,  885-9303 (No, 413),  WOODS DAY  19,8 acres, both sides of highway with  almost now 2 bedroom hpuso and nlce(  grpunds,��Or��'wl||--Bgbdlvlao-to~��mdllor��  acredao.and house, Good valuo, make  nice subdivision (No. 452). Call E, Sur-         ,       tC09; QBS-9303,    :"������      ��� ���"-  , ' pender h Ardour    .  fj acres wltlj 300' waterfront In 2 lots._  ""* GodcfbuyTdrc'5^rcQir'Er5uWoSs7   ,,��,.��.��.����,.,�����.,��,�����,, 6 8 5*9 3 0 3 f�������>-."���������. w.��w-'  PORPOISE DAY  156' waterfront, 1,38 acres with 2 bod-  room   house,  Good'.",at"'115,000���"with  forms, (No, 433) Call E, Surtoos,  805-9303.    ���  EGMONT  Secret Bay, Egmont, 165' waterfront plus  12 rental garaga, FlsherWjan's cabin  Ideal motel or trailer court site, Only  ��-��"$��� VI >00t> wrjty tt��rm��,*i f' And&r��c��ri/  Bmm+imimmBmmmm,mi intunm niiimi m , mi   i>  //!������  ,S^^S��t��!W^,.^*i>^��*��-*^' *  , trf. fi*?/-,  iffi,r*ifi**  Tm\'.f s    H ^  :H4^!-sai��Ki!.!:.;  ./\.    *-W*.Nr'4-.     t^V"^       .v*-v"  v*^,-,,   ^jk  ���"������ ���*"'" w"*",��I**'    J*    ^^'���^���V**  ' S^f**' 4**   ���***   /-Vy^T^V   f1****** >0*^r^4tr ^    *-*��� *->**���./--���' -  ' ���/*" t*1*- i" -r r" �����*���-*'���---***��� 4~ *���   0- *#***-**-�� ^  - -**w*--��*--.*>** ���**->*��������� *���**���*  *��� y^��****-,��<t i'i��'",*-�� *^**v ���>��  **-*-*<-*-- *- ���*��**?-��� *t"'~V--'  ��� )���  (f I"-  -J-  mmm ���/     -  /tmes  *  "J$a"V��l<  '  <    f  ">��� rtT-  ' -    /  ff  MURRAY'S GARDEN & PET  /     SUPPLIES r,  LANDSCAPING -' PRUNING      v  s   *   Gower Point Road  Gibsons, B.C. ~ sD��dl 886-2919  DIAMOND W BUILDING SUPPLIES  Dealers for Westcraft Windows   .,  Benjamin Moore Paints and all  Building Supplies ' r  Open Fridays to 9:00 p.m.  885-9704 - Wil$on Creek  Phone 885-2818  NITA'S BEAUTY SALON  Open in the Benner' Block  ���     "      - Secheit, B.C. .  /        PERMANENT WAVES ��� TI NTS  HAIR CUT ��� STYLING ��� SHAPING  9 a.rti. to 5 p.m. Tuesday - Saturday  TASELLA SHOPPE  Ladies' - Men's - Children's Wear  Yard Goods - Bedding - Linens  Dial 885-9331 - Secheit, B.C.  ^B^m^maBmmmmBm^mimmmmimmK^m^���^mm^mm^mmmmmm^m^mmm^B^^imH^m^mmimmmiBBm  RAY NEWMAN PLUMBING  SALES & SERVICE  HOT WATER HEATING  BUILDING 8. ALTERATIONS  Davis  Bay  Rd.,   R.R.   1,  Secheit  Phone 885-2116  Scows���-Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  ���'���  ���'��� LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving & Log Towing  I. HIGGS  Phone 885-9425  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  .      ��        GIBSONS  ESSO OIL FURNACES  No down pcvment - Bank interest -     ,,  **~,.^ay:.a*j^  Complete line "of ���appliances  For free estimate���Coll 886-2728  r     TWIN CREEK LUMBER  "     BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD*  Dial 886-2808  vWhen You Need BullaW Supplies"  . "  '  Givers A'tall,     K    -"'  '      <  FREE1 ESTIMATES   * '  - ���"    l     .  BOAT OWNERS  Consult Capt W. Y. Higgs ,  Box 339, Gibsons, B.C. ��� 886-9546  Re INSURANCECLAIMS , -  ��    v BOAtWeS      .-      i  ^^*~00^^m^a~Bi^0m*0^^^0*��Bi0���~0*m^*m~*^^mi^00mm~imi*m*0m***m*m^m0*  TREE FALLING     ";"  TOPPING 0,< REMOVING LOWER LIMBS  FOR VIEW. I  Insured work from Port Mellon to  Pender Harbour <  PV SERVICES LTD.  Morven Volen 886-9946  Diabv Porter 886-9615  PORPOISE BAY WATER TAXI  Charter Trips - Scenic Tours  Phone 885-2828  or Radio Mar. Dee  PENINSULA  BUILDING SUPPLY LTD.  Phone Secheit 885-9669  "THE HOUSE WITH A HEART"  E. J. Caldwell, Prop. - Box 97, Secheit, B.C.  ��� .. ���.,...,..,. ,.N|        . T���  Phone 885-2062     .������-*  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS  APPLIANCES ������ ELECTRIC HEAT  Phone 885-2062  ELECTRA-CLEAN  Upholstery Cleaning - Carpets  Furniture - Rugs  For appointment Phone 886-9890  Wednesday, May 24, 1967  The Peninsula Times!  Page, 3.  Committee optimistic . . .  ti :      v        - .*        ��� \,, - , - ���  Senior Citizens project  given assistance offers  WHEN JBranch 96 of OAPO met on Thursday, May 18, Members stood for a moment's silgnce in tribute to the memory of  two members, Mrs. Elizabeth Weaver and  Mr. Fred Nelson, who had died since the  previous meeting.  The one-day trip to Vancouver on May  25 will start from Secheit at -7:30 a.^i. On  June 8 there will be a basket picnic at  the Gamma Phi Beta Camp at,West Secheit at 11 a.m. Tea and coffee will be  supplied. Further trips are planned to  Powell River on June 10 and Harrison Hot  Springs on July 27.  Guest speaker Mr. Erich Hensch, was  given an enthusiastic reception when he  anounced that the Sunshine Coast Lions'  Club, in co-operation with B.C. Hydro, was  prepared to organize another barbecue  luncheon at Clowhom this summer. Tenta-  Beerman  of PoVell  River  Rotary   Powell River's Sea Fair! Majorette  $ve arrangements   subject to confirma-  .-.nnaratiilfl+P   RrnWr   PYanrMS   Mar.,     nnnna Pnint ic nn tho W+ ��on>  are for August 6> wltn boate leaving  Porpoise Bay at 9 a.m.  ml  HON.   ISABEL  Dawson,   MLA  for   ance of the Residential School Band  MacKenzie Riding and Mr. Bruce   and extend an invitation to attend  congratulate Brolher Francis  MacDonald on the outstanding perform-  Donna Point is on the left.  Lions project ^. .   *sr   Secheit May Day hailed  greatest, success to date  L. & H. SWANSON LTD.  Septic Tanks and Drain Fields - Backhoe and  Front End Loader Work.  jCTee^C^enf  Phone 885-9666 - Box 172 - Secheit  HARTLES MASONRY  Fireplaces - Planters - Blockwork  Quality Workmanship - Free Estimates  i Phone 886-2586  MADEIRA MARINA  Madeira Park, B.C.  Your OMC Service Centre - Peninsula Evinrude.  -Dealer - Cabins - Trailers & Hook-up - Camp  - Sites -Trailer Court >'-: Launching. Ramp  Phone 883-2266  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE  AND CABINET SHOP  Custom cabihetry for home and office^  Kitchen Specialists '  R. Birkin, Beach Ave., Roberts Creek  Phone 886-2551  GIBSON GIRL BEAUTY SALON  ,.,-.,., Glbsonv Village ,,,..r<ir  Experts at cut's, coiff and colour  Custom Perms ��� Phone 886-2120  V(CLOSED MONDAY)  For Your Fuel Supplies  Danny Wheeler '  Your  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  886-9663 - Hopkins Landing  THE TOGGERY  Ladies' and'Children's Wear  Open si* days a week  '   Phone 885-2063 .���>...  Cowrie Street, Socholt  RICHARD F. KENNETT  NOTARY PUBMC     V  Tdcphono Glbion. 806-2481 - Ros. 886-2131  CHARLES ENQMSH LTD,  Real Eitato & ln��urqnco  1 *���!*���� ��aSj*-M,*St!BtJanj-:a(..1,v*v-jB,  LARGE"MACHINE-AyAILABLE��FOR.  HEAVY CLEARING OR GRADING  ��     ,     TERMS AVAILABLE;  Call Fred Schr0odbr-^B85-9690  Socholt, B.C,  WIGARD'S SEWING CENTRE  Authorized  Singer Sewing. Machine Dealer  Cowrie St.** Secheit ^Ph. 885^*9345  JOHN DE KLEER  Building Contracting  Seehelt, R.R. 1 Davis Bay Road  Phone 885-2050  TR.EE SERVICES  Falling, Topping, Limbing for view.  All work insured.  pull Information  Phone 886-2343  ARNOLD BLOMGREN  John Hind-Smith  REFRIGERATION  PORT MELLON  Tt-- PENDER HARBOUR  Phone 886-2231  from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m,   Res. 886-9949   C & S SALES  SECHELT, B.C.  :applian<2Is -hardware  home furnishings,  ....-: Phone 885-9713  ���: ; ���-'-,���--��� :���-, '������ ���,'���������*,'"  FRANK E, DECKER; OPTOMET*ISl  Bal Block - Gibsons  \ 'iEvel7'Wedhescldy''"', 1,M""'!-"('   >   886-2166  I & S TRANSPORT LTD.  Phone 886-2172  Daily Freight Service to  '" "',h'"M l"", Vanlc^uv6lr',,,',";"',"/"', "^ '";"''  Local cV Long distance moving  Local, pickup and.delivery service  ; Lowbed hauling  EATONS  '{WHERE TO GO'1  TRAVEL SERVICE  - SEA - BUS and RAIL  Phono 886-2232  SunhycrottShopplna Centra  SUNSHINE Coast Lions excelled themselves this year and are well justified in  claiming credit for what was generally considered the best May Day to -date, wth a  parade comparable to many .'^ar^layger  communities. 'X.x  . Adding: to the \colour:, tti^j��^ar ;:^ere  two very fine floats from afar^ffie "Kinsmen Float from Vancouver and fthe "West-  view Rotary Float. Accompanying the Ro-  tarians were a number of clow^iwhb kept  the youngsters hoppy by distributing balloons and candy. The float itsetf was obviously the result of a great deal of hard  work and certainly well deserved first  * place for? organizations.^ ^otheife,fing'4flpatjB  was that of the Bank\o��-Mo'^^^which  won the award for Commercial. May Day  Folk dancers took first place for; private  entry; MrvChips the pony first for wagons  and bicycles; Pat's MajoTettes won the  walking entry and- Round-up Squarenaders  ^'firstrln^omic. '  ��� ��� ��� '^xx^'^^X''-  Another participant in this year's j>arr  ade was Miss^ Lillian Lyubisc, "Westyiew  Rotary Queen v/ho is scheduled .to compete  at the PNE this year. Another well-known  Powell River resident present was Hon.  iSabel Dawson who assisted with presentation of gifts. -  Big event of the day was undoubtedly  the fabulous trip for two to Expo draw by  the Lions Club. Drawn at 5:30 p.m. lucky  winner was Mrs. Murrie Redman who a-  part xrom the expense paid trip, gets hotel  accommodation, passports to Expo, plus  $50 spending  money- ;-  Stars of the show were the two bands,:  the Secheit Residential School and the Mission City Girls Band. Both put up a fine  performance and added tremendous color  to the proceedings.  Master of ceremonies Jim Parker did  a fine job and after introducing : Village  Chairman Bill Swain, carried out his duties calmly and efficiently, eliminating unnecessary fuss and frill thereby^ ensuring  a short smooth ceremony. Commenting oh  .,. past .events, .M^ the  eighteenth ^  tions have only been held at Hackett Park  since 1960. Size of this year's event is a  credit to a village of this sort," he concluded.  Chairman Bill Swain welcomed visitors  w to.**the .park and- expressed his. thanksA.to,  the Lions and sill who'' helped make the  event such an 1 outstanding success. His  words were echoed by Mrs. Dawson who  also commented on the large turn out and  quality of floats for a community the size  of Secheit.  Late results of the draw held by the  Secheit Homemakers Club.jare: Centennial  Sweater, Johnie Louie; Sweater, Mrs. Rit-,  chie and surprise package, Sharon Latham.  Mr. Hensch emphasized that while every  precaution will be taken for the safety and  well-being of the guests, those taking the  trip travel at their own risk. Secretary  Mrs. Olive McGregor, should hav^the  names of all those intending to accept the  invitation by June 8. A few membership  dues are still" outstanding and with such  an interesting' program planned for the  summer, members are urged to get their  membership in good standing by sending  dues to Mrs. McGregor without delay.  aid and optical services for OAP's being ^  included  in. the  B.C.  Medical  Insurance-'  was being sent to the government in the  form -of a resolution.  Mrs. Nora Haley who is to be the Gibsons delegate to the annual convention at  Williams Lake m June; agreed to act as  proxy for Branch 96. She assured members  of her best efforts on their behalf and that  . she would report to ^them after the convention.  LIVELY  ENTERTAINMENT  Chairman of the entertainment committee, Mrs. Haz;el Evans, again proved herself an able talent scout. She introduced  Mrs. Thelma Pnttie who charmed her  audience with her singing of "Galway  Bay," "Come to me, bend to me" and  ���'Morning." Members will certainly hope  to hear more of this sweet singer.  Mr.' and Mrs. Baker gave an accordion  and piano duet of "Bless this House" and -  there was community singing led by the  Sunshine Singsters. Mrs. Evans asked for  criticism and suggestions for the entertainment program and announced that at  the June meeting there would be a play  "Her first waltz," directed by Mrs. H.  CritchelL  Mrs. Daisy Crowhurst won^tho regular  monthly raffle and the lucky winners of  the hamper were Mrs. L. H. Walker and  G. C. Tinkley.  Se  So  A TV  AIR  ���-m*VS��*#��*We&i'^fc*'ii*��l��^Nf.  SEPTIC TANK PUMPING SERVICE  Call Anytlmo'      .     ,   ,  Wo suggest pumping before trouble  develops, Also Sump Pump service.  phono 886-2848 or 886-2404  GI8SONS HARDWARE LTD.  -a-J^Your--|vAar6hallJ/V.o|la__^.  Dealership,  Phono 886-2442 - Gibioni, B.C,  _.,^^BOB'S.APPLIANCES_  ,.�����^.���,���,^alcs>3^3cX^5?�����TOa...  (Jehncr Bros, Plock- Secholt,  Phono 985-2313  PENINSULA CLEANERS  132if Goww'Pt, Rood J  886-2200 Gibsons  FOR YOUR FAMILY DRY CMANING NEEDS  ����� - ��� i * i   HOWE SOUND 5-10-15c STORE  2589 Marino - Glbions - 886-9852  Everything from' Needles to       ,  School Supplies.  Pm m ��� .����� i���in ��������� "'"I  i-.M-p.i-n.il" mymBm��m��mmmmmm>*mmH0mm0mmBmi*��mmmi ������ T-WHUnupm.,  PENINSULA SEPTIC TANK  SERVICE  Service.  Call 886-9533 or 886-2230 after  5:30 p.m.   ,  i Fully Insured  ���With Your Neighbours  MRS. A. A. French and Miss Bessie Bur-  "rell attended the Fare\yell to the Building "-Banquet at the Lion's Gate Branch of  the Canadian Legion. The branch is moving to moirei convenient headquarters.  Mr, Dave JVIcLennan, Command, President, was guest speaker. Both Mrs. French ;  and Miss Burrcll are original members of  the Ex-service Woman's Branchi imperial  Division. Their numbers now are very few.  ^visiting Secheit after a five years absence is Mrs. Agnes Ehgcn, of Helena Montana, U.S.A., She is the-guest of Mrs. George  'Nelson."'-'"'���"''""'���;���"'' ���"���-��� '���-     "- "������'  M>. and Mrs. Jack Whaitcs and Mr. arid  Mrs,  Frank Cuzzctto  and  son  Dcane  at"  Rose Cottage for the week-end.  Mrs, Robert Kent on holiday,in Quebec.  i She will be joined by the boys Braden and,  Paul during school recess.  Mrs. Frank Walker and Mrs. Bill Brown  are back from- attending, the IOOF and  Rebekah Assembly held in New Westminster, Also Mr, and Mrs. T. Ivan Smith who  attended the session,  -  Mrs.1 C, G.  CrUclioU���',spent a week in'  Vancouver  guest of Mrs,   Terry  Walker,  Nnnton Avenue,  Guests  of' Mrs.   A.   A,   French;   Mrs,  , Claude Cnron and son! Sloven of Ladner,  and for tho week-end Mr. and Mp. -I��ck  McGce, also of Ladner.-  Mr. and Mrs, T. Ivnni Smith entertained  the Mny Dny float committee to lunch nnd  dinner In propnrlng the 100F entry in the  ���Annual May Dny. Present wore Mr. nnd  ' Mrs. II,nrry Roller, Mr, nnd Mrs, Syd Wnt<  ers, Mr. and Mrs, Geo, Ncwahnm, Mrs:  Emily Parsons, Mrs. Olive ' Porto, Mrs,  PiFirarWfilk'drTiMif'trnubrBreosorAiso^Mrf  nnd Mrs, David Lumsdon of Vancouver  who are jKucsta of "the Roltors,  , Friendship Ten wns hold nt the homo  of Mrs, Fred Taylor, Porpoise liny on Wed*  Committee df ops  Centennial Pool  .......     ',."'.   '. i'. ' ���"  UNLESS renewed interest backed , by fin-;,  , ancial   support  is  forthcoming   in   the  near   future,   the   proposed   Gibsons-Port  Mellon Centennial Swim Pool; project faces :  failure.   Although, controversial   to   some  extent,  it is understood more than-sixty ���  percent, of the required costs have been ,  provided both by grants and donations.  Following a recent canvass which proved disappointing, the Pool: Committee issues this report:  ,The    Gibsons-Port .Mellon    Centennial  jPool Committee  has  concluded  from  results of the'recent canvass that the people  of the community do not desire this pro- '  ject. Wo have "decided to hold the collected  uiunds,in,trust.uhtil.June"30,';..1967 and should  no public action bo taken before that time,  these will bo returned to the donors. Wo  must therefore turn over the continuance  .of any Centennial project to the original  committee.  Port Mellon Centennial Committee has  already: stated that its pledge Is entirely  dependent, upon construction of a "swimming pool and with the denial of; tho Swim  pool projoct It will be necessary' to start  nnow on any Centennial project. , ,  HOUSING  PROJECT     i.  Canon Alan Greene gave an optimistic  report on the Senior Citizens Housing Project. He reported that the founding committee is greatly encouraged by the help  ���and offers- of help coming from so many  directions. A very generous donation received from a resident of the Sunshine  Coast will now make it possible for the  committee to make the down payment on  the three >acres of property selected for  the- site.  The committee is receiving free legal  help and has received the o&et of the serv-  ���'ices?fflii'afclnict without fee. Mr. L. P.  Hansen gave, notice that he will introduce  a motion at tiie June meeting of the branch  to donate $200 to the Senior Citizens Housing Project. Mrs. Janet Allen has agreed  to donate bulbs up to the value of $10 which.  ,���,.wi.U. be donated to the fund.and she will  be glad to receive the orders. Mr. Wm.  Haley, vice-president of the provincial  executive of the OAPO, reported that the  suggestion from the branch about hearing  |     ANGLICAN CHURCH  SAINT HILDA'S���SECHELT  8:00 a.m. Every Sunday  9:30 a.m. Church School  11:00 a.m, 2nd, 4th, 5th Sundays  7:30 p.m. 1st and 3rd Sundays  ; .;. ;'":    Services held"fegti!arly in  GARDEN BAY, REDROOFFS and EGMONT  For information phone 885-9793     y  Every Wed. 10 am H. Communibn St. Hilda'*  r- The Canadian' Film Institute is screening a number of science films ��� for Expo  67's i)u Pont Auditorium Films from many,  nations will be shown several times- a day  for the six months duration of the World  Exhibition.  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH-  (Undenominational)  Sunday School 10:00 o.m.  Church Service 11:15 a.m.  P.ASTOR REV. S. CASSELLS  Wilson Creek Community Hail  Davis Bay Road  EiETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  SERVICE: SECHELT  Sunday School ��� 10:00 a.m.  Church Service ��� 11:15 a.m.  Prayer���Wednesday 7:30 p.m.  REV. A. WILLIS, PASTOR  You are invited to attend any or,each service  St. John's United, Church  Wilson Creek, B.C.  Sunday School-;���9*"45 a.m..        -,  Divine Worship-^���11:15 'a.m. ^  -   Led by Miss H. E. Campbell  Except dh 2nd Suntfay'eacK month  Family Service���11:15 a.m.  ' Divine Service���3:30 p.m. ;  ^Led by Revl W. M. Cameron  ^'VVA'^^I^'^gk^  9*3  SCHOOL DISTRICT No. 46 (SECHELT)  Parents -who have not yet registered their children  for;   kindergarten   at   the   Secheit   Elementary   School'!  should attend the school at any time during the regular  school day on  THURSDAY ��� MAY 25*h  ".    ,    ���     .  AU children who will reach the age of fiye on or  before December 31 at, 1967, are eligibe to attend kindergarten. However, the Board cannot guarantee to  have, accommodation, teachers and equipment available  for all children in September unless these children are  registered in ftdvanc^, ]  sK.-lf.1*,  MS     l    ��  ' Ta  ncsday, May 17. Attending wcro Mrs, 13.  JenHs and her motlu-r Mrs, Humphries of  Trail, B,C, Mesdames A,' Ratchclor, C.  Luckcn, C, Crltclioll, Q, Foxall, R. Gnlncs,  O, Porto, A. W, WIlHnms, R, Laycock, M,  .Gibson, V. Hulberl, C. II. Nixon,, K. Wake-  field, B. Firth, Mlas K. Ormrod, Mrs, 1),  Hayward and lior friend Mrs. G, Booth of  Rlack spruce In notthern muskes may  bo only 2 Inches thick after 100 yours ot  firuwth, ,     ,'','.���.���'  I  D.C,  (LITTLE PIT RANCH RIDING  STABLES  '    HAY RIDES .. .  Children, Friday Nlcjhtt., 6-7:30 P,m.  ..,AiWUfc.���t>a^fdQy NlQnti from 0:30ij^i^  Phone 006-2253 for ro��orvatlons  KORSEMAHS CONFERENCE -^  Owners and HorsQ-lovors dont's miss this opportunity; Professional Instruction on oyory aspect of tho caro and management of tho horse,  Including;  "~   (ITSchobllngtH  (2) Showing in hand  (3) Homo Veterinary .  (4) The stallion and caro of the marc in foal  'tjttviMjWPHttt'nim  (5) Approach to jumping ond higher schooling along witlfISiaKy"  moro aspects of theory ond riding instruction.   -  "*"����������������� - ���������������'��� ��� ��� i ��� - ��������� ������ ���- c ���-��� >���>  ....   For further information regarding enrollment fees  Phone: Miss Sue Van Damm 886-7729  1 I ��� I !  Sewing Machine With Carrying Case  ^!  \  3!!  Heavy Duty - Dependable - Quiet - Best  Value Ever ���< Act Immediately - Limited Quantity  ��� As L Singer Credit, ^  NEW ARRIVALS .     ��� /   '  "-"~~~'Simplicity Pat tornsy^Drape Materials & New    ��� r  w�����p_^ /Vldcie To Order    "'"  WIGARD'S SEWING CENTRE  Sochclt.B.C. Phono 885-9345  1 :'        ' " ' "-I   :, ' ���'  "���     ��� " '���������:-���"���������������������������,         ������>���������'  \  I  \y  I*.  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Page 4 ^The Peninsula Times-
Wednesday, M*y 34, 1967    ^
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Pender High-Lights
Girls outniwnBer hoys;
Borrowed, money essential
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PAY as we go^^tiggested by Gibsons Vil- for should  a merchant "be  sufficiently
3ige Chairman Wes Hodgson, as being frugal that he expands his business only
essential to the success, of any business, when he lias the capital to pay for it, then
particularly municipal, is very aflmirable he   invariably   finds   more   progressive
policy in some ways but extremely out- competitprs have gone ahead of. him.
dated in general practice. This is particularly good business on
Our present way of life appears to the part of municipalities for there is the
• be"built upon borrowed money which is little matter of winter works grants. Fifty
by no means always a desirable situation.
Too many people put themselves in debt
in order to make a big show at the expense of the merchant, while others fight
........bm^ ' TWENTY-four  Elphinstone  students  have
B0000000000000000000000000000000""""" qualified-for  the Honors  Society   t%
term and once again girls have vastly outnumbered the hoys. Total possible score
is three and students must have higher
than two to qualify.
Eight students with two gained honorable mention.
"*   Results are as follows:
Division I—Barbara Kelly 2.8, Marilyn
Macey 2.2, Merrilee Olson 2.2, Judy Sig-
ouin 2.2, Lorna Sneddon 2.2, Nicki Wray
Division II—Heather Patrick 2.3.
Division III—Rosella Leslie 2.3, Jo Ro-
billard 2.2.
percent of labour costs can be recovered
from the federal government providing
municipal projects are carried put between certain periods. Frequently large
AFTER being in progress for. only a week,
the Tuum Est < system was terminated.
The end was^a^result of immaturity on the
part of both juniors a\nd seniors, plus lack
of parental enthusiasm, especially in the
case of the younger students.
A plebiscite was held and there was a
P-TA meeting on May 16 - to discuss the
system. Perhaps it will be resumed next
year, although with modifications.
There was a flurry of activity among the
girls the week preceding the 20th. The
stage was the centre of activity for the
making of garlands of dogwood, flowers,
and other decorations for the May Day on
the 20th.     ,,
Since the subject of sex education in
schools has been the subject of much debate I thought you might be interested in
■ -   * -. a-  , j     - -!   -  here-has any-moraW-anyway;'so 4t( might ,^
as well be reproduction."      , - , >\y        X
..One ofVihe teachers-said ^that'^fHhV
 _J , ,    parents - agreed' it would be all right* al-,
t^DoWa3^Q~ghaii^tt^h~she snggested-that-perhaps*-the-stu-
v    * " ' dents might be able to -teach'the teachers
Division  IV—Louise  Johnston   2.8   Phil^ hearing the views of the students on the
one long battle in order to keep up with    undertakings   are   possible   under   this
finance companies, paying through "the
nose for everything they own.
This is the sorry side of borrowing
but one which is far removed from borrowing for commercial purposes and on
"a business like basis. Most big businesses
scheme and at great savings to the community. This often depends upon borrowing and generally speaking, a council
would be extremely backward in its
thinking should. it let the opportunity
pass because "oi a desire to operate on I
Reeves 2.6, Pat Warn 2,6, Jo-Anne Wheeler
Division VI—Qail Price 2.1.
Division VII—Deborah Dockar 2.6, Karen Karateew 2.3, Rita Ono 2.3.
Division X—Karen Alsager 2.6, Karen
Enemark 2.7, Dorian Gregory 2.9, David
Inglis 2.1, Donna Nelson 2.9, Maureen
Owen 2.3, Mark Ruggles 2.4.
matter. The replies came almost unanimously in favor of the teaching of sex
education'by a doctor or trained counsellor.
They   suggested   that  such  classes   begin
at Grade 6 or Grade a and continue right
through to 'Grade 12 stressing, both reproduction 'and morals. However someone said
■that morals are something' you have to
learn for yourself.
Some''of the more interesting replies
were; "Yes, definitely they should teach it.
They should start at around Grade 8 and
teach t,he kids right from wrong."
"I think a doctor ^or a teacher with a
medical degree should be the one to teach
it. They should have a mixed class and
stress *both morals and reproduction."
"No,,they shouldn't teach it because I
know all about it anyway," said one young
man. When asked whyr in that case he
didn't volunteer to teach it he -answered
that maybe he would.
"It might keep more kids out of trouble
if they knew what it was all about."
"Yes, definitely and a doctor should
teach it." When .asked which aspect it
should stress she replied, "No one around
something, - „-•'" y~i >-
Personally, I think'that the-sooner they
institute a program- of sex education in.all .
high schools the better It will.be for aU/
concerned. That way children would grow
up with a healthy outlook on sex and would
be freed from the notion that sex means
a dirty joke.
Ourgrad this week is Roy,Williamson.
Roy's ambition is to be an oceanographer.
He will enroll at university this fall to take
the appropriate courses. *  <•
Although less spectacular than' forest
fires, insects and disease probably .destroy
more timber.
tocfay flourish on such money for what is    "pay as we go
wrong with obtaining money at six or
seven percent and re-investing for a return of ten percent and often considerably more. This is good business and it
would be absurd to suggest it does not
apply to a municipality.
Many communities today are flourishing because councillors had the good
sense to borrow money in order to provide facilities such as paved roads, water,-
sewer etc. This-in turn has encouraged
industries and tourism thereby adding
to the economy of the area..
Practically any progressive business
undertaking expands on borrowed money,
This is the type of policy which has
held Secheit back in the past. The cosq- '
munity is making progress as the result
of progressive minded groups and it is to
be hoped the progressive members on
council will take the lead for a great deal
has yet to be' accomplished but.it will
take a little' imagination and certainly
far rrjore foresight than we have become
accustomed to.
Gibsons commissioners have moved
with the times during recent years and
it is to.be hoped they will not5 become
victims of negative thinking at a time
when big things are ahead.
Division I—Connie Warn.-2.0.
Division    III—Kirsten    Jorgensen
Roberta Pratt 2.0.
Division IV—Norman Blatchford ,2.0.
Division VI—Denise Hicks 2.0.
Division VIII—Candy McPedrah  2.0,
Division XI—^Marilyn Hopkins 2.0.
Division X—Angella Willis 2.0..,
The La Ronde amusement area at Expo 67 has a total of 25 rides, ranging from
a 19th Century Carrousel tb the thrilling
Gyroton, a mammoth building in which adventure seekers take a simulated journey
in space, are hurled into the mouth of a
Volcano,, and then swallowed by a metal
There -will • be - some: interruption in the domestic water service commencing this
week, in the lore evenings, after 11. p.m., during a change-over to new mains in the
area generally North of School Road and above Killarney Lane.
Residents on Killarney Lane; Glen Road, Bol's Lane, North Fletcher,.Martin and
Wyngaert Roads, should note that an increase in normal working pressure will result
from the change. Older plumbing should be checked accordingly.
May 15, 1967.
Gibsons, B.C.
Municipal Clerk
Gower Point Rood
PHONE 886-2919
Hang on t© $749
NEWSftthat;the:;cpntract for construction
of a boat harbour at Secheit has been
let would indicate an almost immediate
start might "be anticipated ■ and certainly
the project will be a welcome one even
though a little belated.
''"'''''rv.'Sulcpnse""feature"of the official" an-,
nduncement is that far from proving the
estimated cost greatly inadequate, lowest
bid which has been duly .investigated",
falls short of the estimated cost of
$225,000 by $74,000. This is quite incredible considering the views'"of many
apparent experts who insisted that such
a project couldn't possibly be completed
for $225,000.
However, this is all to the good from
the point of view of the Federal Department of Public Works for $74,000.is.a
substantial saving and will no.doubt be
well utilized elsewhere., After all, on the
breakwater, for which the amount was
budgetted; the savings could well spent
either on increasing the size ot for construction of the floats which will be needed but so far' ntit' included in the scheme."
Considering the comparative low cost
, of the boat harbour, which is of vital importance to the area as a whole, and
■ taking into  account the past lack  of
federal funds put into the district, it.is
hardly conceivable ,that the government
would chose to deprive us of what little
they have saved over original estimates.
Nevertheless, while official news releases , have been  received  from  both
Dept. Public Works and Coast Capilano
M.P. Jack Davis, not one word has been
mentioned as to what will happen to the
* $74;000'saved on the contract.'      *       |
It might well be said "leave well
alone and let us be satisfied with what
we are,to get" but this is,not necessarily
so. The proposed breakwater is by no
means a large one, indeed, when com-*
pletcd, it will prove something of a disappointment and in no time we will be
seeking extensions. There is also the
matter of floats which at this time are
not even on the books although we hear
various explanations as to how they will
be acquired,
, It would therefore seem, the; t]mc to
start shouting is now, for any extension
a small district, is actually quite trivial.
Representations should be made at
this time by the breakwater committee of
the Chamber of Commerce to both Jack
Davis and the Department of Public
Works in Ottawa. The fact that we have
reached - this stage is commendable but
there is no reason to rest upon our
laurels. If a job is worth doing then why
not do it well.
Poet9® Cornet*
1 —by Benny Buddy Paul
Vividly my heart remembers
Golden days that used to,be^
When my present cares and worries
Were unknown to me,
I recall the crimson sunshine
and the blueness of the sky,
And the downy clouds, of heaven
Slowly drifting by,
Even raindrops in the twilight
Always had a silver hue, ,
Like the tiny pearl shaped mirrors il}"'"
Of the early morning due,
And the stare were often, swaying •       ;
From the branches of the irecs,    "~7
From the pallid moon would wandcr
ln the northern breeze,
My heart "will long remember
1 All the carefree days of life,
, When my youtn was still a stranger    , t
. To the present strife.
lite  Messages
"Most people are bothered by those passages
pf Scripture they do not understand; hut ...
th7e passages that< bother trie are those I do
understand", -—Mark, Twain
Ndw that IZuster is past, wc can once again
lay aside the resurrection story for another
year; or should this be? The answer, a definite
'no*   '■'■   i '.,'    .
Jcwcsh   traditions   lend  many  from   the
teachings of Ood,  and  It, seems the Easter
story has become a tradition to be remembpred
nand commcrciallzcd.oncc,.,«,year,,nnd.then fflr-
m gotten, Hum blinding many to its truth con-
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i     ,     tractors arc hero to what it would be       >       .-. „  ,
to bring them back once thc.y arc through; .-The ^ Angel of the Lord H»ld unto those
,.        ,.i          A. .L>„.',.         .'■.,. first nrrlvnlu at the tomb, "He is not here: for
■ It would appear tJmL^me cnqulr.es hc *; ^ hc w,,lh „Jc ^         {  c.
along these lines migji well ha.m order ,ntlon 1.18f Ulc Un[ Hd(lrcssw Jo|m w„h
1    fpf r^fT^ Th% ,hf ^t    to w°rds> "' »«■'«» th»t llvelh, »nd Was
ment pf Pub le W^rksjvi I yoluntpe^ to deMl;:^,,„bchoMrl..m.ilvB.for.w more,"
X \{ it is the squeaking wheel thin gets jhc ,.Ij0Vj   '. A,rM
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grease, then why not start squeaking now.
, , To call for ajxtctiasion in two. years
time, which is inevitable anyway, will
mean almost double if not more than
the present cost of the whole project.
To utilize thfl $74,000 saving now would
all; the' amount although substantial for
Lord. Jesus Christ,
So to those, who will believe the rcMirrcc-
1 Ion story everyday of the year, wo hayo this
promise In Komans I0;J> •'Tlint.lf thou shall
coAfess with Ihy mouth the Lord Jesus, and
believe jn thine' heart that Odd h'nth rainedjhlm
from tho dead, thou'Minli bo saved."
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Tho new Canadian, Ddiry Commission took its first
step in furthering the development of a sound, efficient
dairyJndus'try in its stabilization program for tho yonr
starting April 1,1967. ■      ,   ■
m It is supporting market prices of major dairy products
at levels which are oquivalont to about 29 cents a
hundred more than a year ago for1 manufacturing milk
testing 3,6%,
■ Tho.federal .goyernrnent is providing J u'n.cls J.Qltho
Commission for a subsidy to manufacturing milk and
cream shippers equivalent to $1.21 a hundred for 3.5%
milk. Tho rate last year, was 85o„, From thp $1,21 thoro
will bo a holdback oquivalont to 11o for export p/ico
equalization, with any unusod amount rofundod at the
end of the yonr,-■''■■• ,-■■■, ■ •     (
turlng milk and cream required for tho Canadian markot^
approximately t|io amountfor which aubsldlosworo paid
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to manufacturing milk and cream shippers in 1966-67.
m After mid-May, when 1966-67 records aro com-
volume for which ho will bo.oligiblo for subsidy in 1967-
68, This will bo based on tho vdliimo for which hp
rocoivod subsidy In 1,966-67, Tho amount for tho yoor
will bo broken down into monthly quotas, based on tho . '
normal porcontago of milk and croom markotod each
month. Those, who rocoivod stjbsidy for loss than
•50,000'pbuhds(i;750^pbLfnd9ffyattoXfm)'1afitfriar'will™ '
bo oligiblo for subsidy up to thatomount this yoor.,     '"'■'' '  "
n This now program, In torms of price support nnd '
subsidies, represents an ihcronso of 66c, or 16%, ovor
tho fedoral program for 1966-67,, It is over a dollar, or
33%, higher than in* 1966,     -. ■
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When William-'WhajU-ed-itt 1937, nobody -  was1 veryjntej'ested-ty buying'property-in  y 'Gib5onsr-it^tooTc'lns^vjfe'aiid*json 2v^-years  W*>*/*WtXV*tf-4r~#?4U<f a"./* **.���-���      O****"  Mr. ahd Mrs  Harry Witin  Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Cralaen..  Pretty event I.V  C* -f   ���JJJ-Y  ���ft? -*      ->    ���...'������*���' i .;- w  .*    */ J*   a-  colours Historic enure  HISTORIC chufch of Our lady" of Lourdes;   .wedding ;utoefr 'oii Saturday; .:May 13,, at  Secheit, was the scene of a pretty spring  W00000000000000000B0BB00BB000B1.000B000000*  S"r      "jT^-C-7 '"'���"���"���^BgBBB"*"" ,-   <-*"*���'     ai *s   n,~ij  I'gop  For illustrated Brochure  Fill in attached Form and mail  together- with 50c  "I  !  I - 5  (Sunshine Coast Cedar Homes s  ���I %  i| Box 626 - Gibsons, B.C. S  5 Enclosed   50c   ���  Please   mall   illustrated $    S  }| catalogue  of   Sunshine  Cedar   Homes   Co. 5    M  | to ..���,._J       ��    1  r 1  10:30 a.m.,-Jennifer-Maxine Joe- became  the bride -of -Calvin' Joseph^ Graigen^ Jennifer is the youngest daugjhter, of Mr. and  Mrs. Ronald Joe, and Calvin is -the eldest  son of JMis. Amelia Craigen and the late  Chief Charles Craigen. TKe marriage ~within the Sacrifice of the Mass-was-performed  by Father D. D. MacDonald.  ' Escorted by Mr. Hoger Joe the bride  wasc harming in a pink summer suit With  three-quarter-length lace sleeves. Her net  veil was held in place with a peaTl tiara  matching the single strand pearl necklace  and earrings. She earned a bouquet of deep  red roses and white stephanotis.  Attending the bride were Matron of  Honor Mrs. Gertrude Pierre and. Mrs.  Donna Joe gowned - alike in lemon chiffon  waltz-length dresses with net' headdresses  and carrying orange and. white rosettes.  Mr, Charles Craigen, brother of the  groom was best man with Mr. Kelly Joe  acting as usher. Organist was Sister Anna  Gerard.   *  Reception followed at Secheit Native  Hall where a beautifully iced three-tier  wedding cake made by< the bride's sister,  Linda Joe, graced the bride's table.  The bride's mother? was attractively  . gowned in a blue satin'^suit* with matching  accessories and wore ��a ^corsage of pink  carnations. For ihe -occasion- the* grooni's  mother chose a green$isu^��with -blending  accessories and a pink c%rhaClon corsage.  Mr. and Mrs. Caivin.'-Cralgen'.will make  their home in the Secholt: Indian 'Village.  |     Gunboat Bpy.  |     fishing Resort  from the press to a back room. Mr.^Winn  installed  a   conveyor,, thus  solving*' tint   \  problem-   Impressed  by his  handling  of   ^ 2fy  this matter, they discussed with him', thi    - '  delay in running time fdue* to the fact that  they had to ^stoji the machine every .timt  a new roll of paper was needed. This' too  Mr- Winn solved for them and so he, came  to Ae called in as a atrouble shooter when  ever a problem arose or new presses vyere  installed. ,  *,  >  \ *.  '^Despite his., limited education, he could  n.���.   follow a blue print and carried out the work , .     .    ,  tjilHr   on the machine in,the limited time afforded'  scribers who were away Irom home to con-  [&��:��    by the weekend shut-down, on one occasion   nect up important, calls.   \    ,  completing a job 15 minutes before the        iine' trouble was freqtient during the  presses, were to' run. "*        iirst few years!. Lines were strung on trees  In 1912, the Winn family moved to Gib-^ or anywhere 'handy and the, trees - would  sons,' where Wm. Winn bought the Howe sorrietimfes-be 6loWn down and\occasionaHy  Sound Store fromnJames S. Chaster, - withh felled by 'oversight Cars * were . few 'and  eight* lots ahd 100 feet of waterfront now"* far-between, but-wben the lines >were down,  occupied by the taxi office.     , /   Mrs., ^Winn1 would stand'out by tiie^ro'ad-in  Accompanying them-to work-in the s-tore " all kinds of'weather, waiting'fbr-a\car going  was Lou Selley, who was born in London, to Secheit "to take a message to\the Jine-  England in 1894 and had been in Vancouver man." Some of' the early linesmen .jvere  sihee 1900. She and Harry B. Winn were F. A.-Dunn, Wilson and Ed'Lee.; *������ -;  married on September 12, 1916 and the With expansion "of the system*; a^smill  marriage was the first to take place in the office was built on to the "Winn bonie4 and  old Gibsons United Church. " . ��� in 1944, Harry-Winn joined.' his/wife-i in  to, sell the eight loss now ��� occupied by  Ballantyne's square'^nd,%printing busi^  nfess. The price^taey^fetchedJ was $125 a  lot/The 100 ieet of Waterfront.sold after  y/z year's fofr -a^ric^^f $^50. .   ,  Mrs. Winn, has <be|ij a member1 of Gib-1  sons WUot. 41 yeajfs and<, Harry Winn  transports the'la<}ies��to>the. meetings -and  whist drives. They ar-fr also caretakers and  members \oi Gibsons iUnited Church, Mrs,  Winn Mrig active in $ae?WA and Mr. Winn  anaelder.     , --        ^ x      7    J  Lou and Harry Winn find retirement  rather quiet aiid loneJome.'?They miss the  bustle and friendliness, of tjiejb: former life  and more thah ;��ny��nngs,^Is^, they miss  being of hfelp and ser*^ce to the. community  at all times. ^     w,   r  They have, two sons,, Alf. of ffibson^,  Herb of Langdale and eight grandchildren.  v,  Sfrcafft Seiys!  Outdoor days are here and  what better way to visit  Expo than with a Security  Travel Trailer from  Peninsula Motor Prod.  SECHELT, B.C.  - Photic 885-2111 ��� Ted Farewell  .  J  For the first four- years in Gibsons, tiie ��� running the office^ In .194$, * an -additional  Winns had operated with a horse and rig,^ separate office was 'built and "five -years  but in 1916, they imported the first car into ; later the government sold out the system  the district/ The' first time Harry Winn to B.C  Telephone Co. When .the telephone  drove into Secheit was to take Dr. Inglis service was inaugurated, there were only  on a night call to Herbert Whitaker who 15 telephones .between Seaside Park and  was ill. When the good doctor decided' to Pender   Harbour,' including   Lesqueti' Is-  FRI., SAT., *!0N.,  MAY 26, 2.4'29,  THStEE  ON A  COUCH  ��.  Jerry Lewis, Jane*  Leigh, MoiyfArin-  Mobley-I  Vr  TECHNICOLOR  CARTOO&  -  Naturally 4... See it af the SECtiat THEATRE  " YOW THEATRE ON THE WATERFRONT  >j  Has Cabins and Boats  at Pender Harbour -  Phone 883-2284  bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbS wwtmtirfjfmgwmmmmmmi**  KINSMEN OF SECHELT  With to express their thanks to all Who aided the sucjpes* of thq  recent White Elephant Sale, with a special thanks to:,PA. Coffee  Shop, Calypso Dining Room, Wakefield Inn, Standard Motors,  Parkers Hardware, Peninsula Motors, H. Bishop's Ladies';Wear;  Chris's Jewellers, Redman's; Red & WKite, Eldred's Flower Shop,  Vic's MotelAF.tJargQnson and, George Flay;, Y   ..,���'*.,*,  rmmmM'smmz.  stay the night with his patient, Harry Winn  had to return alone and he still remembers that lonely and eerie drive home  through the darkness, along the narrow  winding road through dense bush.  The Winns sold the store in 1919 and  Harry Winn operated a taxi ,and the first  motorized trucking service in Gibsons for  the next 24 years. He was first driver in  the area to get.an A licence and for severaT  years had the licence number A-l. He bad  the first contract to transport children from  Hopkins and Granthams to Gibsons School,  for which he received $50 a month. He used  a passenger car at first and later a one-ton  Ford truck. Some years later, he bought a  car with disc wheels which at first Union  Steamships said, they could not deliver bet-  cause they had no way of hoisting. On further consideration, they decided there  would be many more disc wheel cars to  be, handled .and tbey .contrived a rope net  Which they used to hoist the car. ���_='  Before 1924, there was a< telegrah, sery> '  jce. .*at��� Secheit'. connecting tb^^^unshfiae  Coast with outsida, points, but jn that yea��?$  three technicians .arrived at Gibsons to try '  to connect for long distance telephone service. The attempt was entirely experimental  and they could offer no.- assurance that it  would be possible to make a connection.  They started putting in the equipment one  morning at 10 a.m. and did not get contact with Vancouver until 2 a.m. the following, day. Mrs. Lou Winn,, who was to  be the operator, asked the technicians how  to operate the system. They told her that  all they knew was to turn the handle and  lift Off the receiver, and this was all the  instruction she received for a job which  wlss- to last for 31 years.  For the "first three years, telephone  hours were.limited to early morning-and  evening to leave the single cable free for  telegraph work during the day. The first  exchange was in the dining room of the  Winn home where people would often be  sitting around waiting for calls. It was a  friendly and personal service. Telephones  were scare at first and Mrs. Winn would  often have to call neighbors with a megaphone or by blowing a whistle, for which  she had a series of codo signals. She tells  , oho story of a subscriber for whom she  whistled several times, with no immediate  results. Eventually ho turned up puffing  and blowing and asked if there wns n ca|l  for him. Ho had been over on Keats Is*  ��' land, he said, and thought ho heard a  whistle. , ,���'  ^Sometimes she would deliver messages  personally, striding along the roads and  trails, carrying her baby. Sho gave service  far beyond the caliof duty, taking and delivering messages and tracking down sub*  land, Vaucroft, Buccaneer Bay, Halfmoon  Bay, Nelson Island and Hardy Island. By  Sai Tpu Saw It In 'The Times'  Would You  YOUR PENINSULA CENTRE  FOR FURNITURE, APPLIANCES fc  Sales and Service  RICHTERS T.V. & RADIO LTD.  Secheit, B.C. Phone 88S-97W  Such Values?  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President.  -i    X~-   1                    *���,'��"               '!>'       j   ,                                '    w   ���i   \!<A       >    ^        J ,r��,  , ^ < '-'  .^ <>': s;& X7 ���     7 ^ .   s ,V ��� r>  ^   x  * ~ lxy7 jH                 "' r    ^   < ,  '...*  1.'/"?*>#    ��1  B. C. Coast Forest Industry  ^mnounces apprentice scheme  EMPLOYERS will pay wages for appren-   snri&s,   welders,   pipefitters,   mechanic^r  tices going to  vocational school under    electricians,   painters,   carpenters,   brick-  ari   apprenticeship   training   program   an-    layers; steamfLUers, and boilermakers.  nounced for the B.C. coast forest industry 'This program has been urged for a  today. . ' long time for our industry," Billings said.  T./0^ ,Mi BaOings," preside*- ��� of Forest        ..u hfe the great advantages of giving  Industrial Relations Ltd.. said he has been    mir- pmp1nyRPS   more   money   for   proper  certification, and of providing the industry  with, a   continuous    supply    of   qualified  told this was one of the first programs in  Canada where employers will help apprentices finance study time at school.  In addition, a qualifying exam has been  established for journeymen that will provide a premium of il cents an hour more to  those who pass.  The apprenticeship training program  was; worked out over many months of  meetings between FIR, representing 120  B.C. coasts logging, and lumbering firms,  International Woodworkers of America,  and the provincial government.  Three years ago the provincial government designated millwrights as a trade.  This caused FIR, the union and the government to sit down to draw up a millwright's  training program.  The objective of the  program  was  to  Upgrade the  qualifications  of the  present  ���   mechanical staff and to ensure a  supply  of trained men for the future.  The program has been broken into two  steps, Billings said. They are:  1: Examinations for journeymen millwrights. A committee composed of one representative from industry, one from the  IWA, and one from the government, drew  up a qualifying exam for journeymen millwrights on the coast who have passed or  will pass this exam will qualify for a 21-  cent hourly boost in pay.  Billings said the committee is now working on an exam for electricians. Exams  for other trades will follow.  2. Apprenticeship program for helpers  and improvers. This is a four-year course  ���that will provide 11 months on-the-job training each year plus one. month at vocational  school. ...  In most other programs, the apprentice  himself pays the difference between the  costs of attending vocational school and the  subsistence allowance paid by.the government, -The-B.C.-coast forest industry, however, will maintain the apprentice at his  regular wage by paying the difference between that and the government allowance.  ' "This will ensure that the employee will  jiot lose any money lay reason of going to  school one month a year," Billings said.  "This-has been described to me as the  be,��t apprenticeship training program in  Canada."  The millwright apprenticeship program,  which was regarded as a pilot program,  has now been extended to cover all the  trades, Billings said. In the coast forest  industry^ this * includes  machinists,  black-  journeymen."  Reader's Right  Stick to issue  Editor, The News  , Sir���I read your editorial on the Hippy  Movement, and note your comments on  Mr. Lisch and your opinions on his - present activities. Unfortunately, I never had  the privilege of- meeting Mr. Lisch, so I  cannot comment on him. In regards to the  hippy movement, it's the dissent of some  frustrated but vocal minority that failed  to accomplish much in our society, and  now blame society for their own lack of  success. ,  Therefore,   I   was   rather   surprised to  see someone, namely Mr. Dan Carr, come  out with some confused psuedo-intellectual  remarks, and attack free enterprise. in general,, and the edition of this.newspaper specifically, through lack-'of knowledge  and  political science. All this in the name of  the   "Humanitarian   Hippies,"   Mr.   Can-  may set himself up as a self-styled expert  on political science, however, his. terminology and political science is incorrect. He  lists the following. as "Socialistic phenomena", however, the facts are as follows:  .    B.C. Hydro or Mr. Bennett's excessive  state capitalism. The Army and Navy,  a  government  arm of  dictatorial  structure,  designed to defend the ruling classes interests from outside-intervention.  The  Public   School  system,   a   governmental department, designed to inform on  pro-government lines.  *'    ; The*last" two   "phenomena'',- however,  are not typical nf the free enterprise. It is  equally true in the Socialistic and Communist  government,  where  a few  wield  the  power in the name of many; it is also a  communistic way of, arguing the point by  .stirring^emotionalw\iinrest over non-issues  where they' have no  counter  argnmentsT  Unfortunately this is not new. The military  have said for so long, "The best way of  defense- is to' attack.":  So if we argue a point, let us stick to an  issue, instead of becoming emotionally in-  citive over non-issues.  PETER B.\NDI  'X ,'t^xX'"'  ' ^  I',', "B.C.' LAND SURVEYORS  '*-   '    > '  & ENGINEERS.���'  -  wish to qnnounce the opening of  ���rhelr   new   office   in   the   Marine  ���t   Building, Secheit, B.C.  t *  j-   >  ��� Tel: 885-2332 if no answer coll  Zenith 6430  Res. Surveyor:  MR. S. HOEFSLOOT B.C.LS.  ces. Some of the costumes are pictured here as dancers line up for the  Grand March.  "*��*'��� -ot- ��� a��� ��� ���*-��� -j:,:-'*����-�����-*�������i ui rw>i  THERE'S a lot to be said for Centennial dress, decided gentleman at  Welcome Beach Hall, as colorful long  skirts whirled gaily in old-time dan--  Halfmoen Bay Happenings  Pa���� �� ,   The Peninsula Times  " "Wednesday, Moy ,'24, ,1967'       ADBRIEFS TO SELL, RENT. ��UY, ETC.  BILL Thorn, who has, a summer home, in  Redrooffs, is seriously ill in Vancouver  and Bill Grundy is undergoing surgery iii  St. Paul's Hospital.  WEDDING  Mrs.  Elizabeth. Pearce  is hc-me^fter  visiting Vancouver to  attend the wedding  of  her  granddaughter,   Wendy-Gilbertson  to Wm. Peter Sly at the Mount Zion Lutheran Church; Massey Heights. Wendy, who  has "been a visitor to Redrooffs since she  was a tiny child, made a lovely bride dressed in an Empire-style floor-length  white  silk organza sheath with long sleeves of  Chantilly lace under a sleeveless coat of  matching lace. In Vancouver for the wedding was one of Mrs. Pearce's daughters,  Mrs. John Boyes of Santa Barbara who has  now left for Washington, D.C. to join her  husband there.  SHOWER  And talking of brides! The bride-to-be  who could not be surprised, was speechless with amazement for the second time  m a we^  at the Ole Slady home last-Sunday on her  way to Powell River, she found around 30  of her. old school friends waiting to hon-.  our her.  10 SLEEPING AND HOUSEKEEPING UNITS  ELECTRIC HEAT.<ind COOKING  VANITY BATHS & SHOWERS - TV - COMPLIMENTARY  COFFEE ' ,  *w��..��.  ue  ���SL  ON B&CiH ATlBEAi^^  HIGHWAY 101 . 2 MILES S. OF SECHELT  f  YOUR HOSTS  Write: Box 472, Secheit, B.C.  Phohe: 885-9987  Rates: Single, S6 to $7,  Double $8 up, also weekly  ���JOE i LIL CHIPI-ENDALE  M����iL  New. location  /nU  ��� , ��    *���  THE CHIROPRACTIC OFFICE formerly of Gibsons will be moved to  Secheit, effective JUNE 1, 1967.  Please note fhe new address, phone number, and days;  Post Off ice Bldg., Secheit - Telephone: 885-2333  '    . TUESDAY ��� 11:00 a.m: to 7:00 p.m. ���       '  ,   THURSDAYS��� V1:00a.m; t<5i7:Gj0p.m.  ,���....'������ SATURDAYS ~- 3:30 p.rrt. to ?;00 p.m;  '���',...,,���' , , ' .   , BiC'ALDERSON] D.C.  .'������-���.������: .' ';,1' ���;,-   7 ^x:\ ;.;,;:.Nfv.^'.SCHNEIpER,.p.C.  VISITING  ���"Newl residentsi at Middle'Point, Mr. and'  Mrs. W. J. Smith have arrived from Van-'  couver. Guest of the Jack Hall's is Mr.  Hall's cousin, Miss Agnes Taylor of Wel-  wyn Garden City, England who is enjoying her third visit to B.C. She has already  visited Australia on this trip and will have  circled the world by the'time she arrives  home in England.  Guests of Mrs. Frank Boyd are Mrs.  Phillips of Vancouver and Mrs. Fisher of  Winnipeg.  At the Ralph Lynds are Mr* and Mrs.  Paul Neumann of Coquitlam. Mrs. Agnes  Engen, a  former  well-known resident of  Secheit, was a recent guest'at the Roy Hoi-  gate home. She has already visited many  old friends on the Peninsula and is leaving ' _  this week for her home at Helena, Montana, with stops at Seattle and Everett.  , Vacationing at her Eureka property is  Mrs. Margaret Donbrovo of Vancouver. ���  ; Michael Foley is spending "the suriirher  taking military training at Camp Borden,  Ontario with hjis cadet corps.  i'. Mrs. -Roy Greggs, was; in Vancouver last  "week to meet her son David Bissett of Win-  nipeg.-;;^  _ ������  <       . ' ���  45  people  who  thronged  the  Welcome,  Beach Hall last Saturday for the Centennial  Banquet'may not have been particularly  young in years but were certainly young'  fin ���.'Spirit and  threw  themselves  into  the  .feasting, dancing and singing with plenty  of-.good old-time zeal. .Floral decoration's  were by Mrs. Ralph, Lynds and Mrs. Joc  Sallls and the hall ,had been decorated with  many  antique  treasures by  Mrs.   Frank  Boyd and Mrs, Olive Clear. An excellent  dinner was, scirved by Mrs.  Roy Holgate  and Mrs.  Ralph McCrady.  When the last dish was cleared a why,  the old-time ladies In long graceful gowns  and poke bonnets/and the silk hatted gentleman with their gold watch chains, par*  aded around tho hall,. Prizes for the best  ���by Mary Tinkley  old-time costumes were awarded to Mrs.  Ralph Lynds, Fritz Leuchte, Kts. Alan  Greene and Guy Clear. *"";]'���'  The old-timers then threw themselves  into an old Scottish reel, "Strip the Willow"  with much vigor, which resulted in some  confusio'n; and a great deal of hilarity. They  sang the old songs ^vith gusto,-accompanied by Mrs.-Leuchte .on the guitar, Mr.*  Leuchte on his harmonica and Canon  Greene on "Little Jimmy". It was an evening for remembering, for between songs,  slides were shown of many other events  held during the past hapoy winter.  In keeping with the Centennial theme,  a short, but very fine movie, depicted in  detail the building of an Algonquin Indian  canoe and its journeying irom the interior  of Canada to Montreal by portage and  sometimes running the rapids. Roy Holgate,  , who has been an unfailing source of ideas  for the entertainment of members, produced yet another1 skit depicting a wedding  with George Morritt as a delightful bride,  supported by Fred Julian, Guy Clear and  "Canon Alan* Greene. Prizes for thei shuffle-  board tournament were awarded, with Mr.  and Mrs.. Hall winning a beer stein for the  doubles prize .and Joe Dhooghe the winner  of the men's singles. Door prizes were won>  by Mrs.  Bert James,  Louise  Rutherford   and Jim ^oades.  Mr. Hall moved a vote of thanks to the  executive for organiring such a delightful  evening and to the ladies who planned and  prepared such ah excellent dinner.  SEN'S SOFTBALL PRACTICE  THURSDAY, MAY 25th  HACKETT PARK - 8:00 P.M.  ALL INTERESTED WELCOME  GOOD NEWS for the $25 Investor  . y6R THE $10,000 INVESTCmi  For about $25 you can have an interest in a wide range  of blue chip stocks with excellent growth potential.  I.O.S. Investment Funds is managed  by our professional management  personnel. I.O.S. is thec. world's  largest mutual distributor. Our sales  in 1966 exceeded $1 billion.  The Regent Fund net asset value  per share:   Get 6; I960 -- $3.81  Moy 18,1967��� $9.10  W. B. 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Since, Ms ietlfttoebt .irohi %k' sawmill ���,, -   Wd ,.,,,,;'���  ���,,    * *       ,  industry several years ago, Mr. Boulanger mist M/l��d ^a&gw*  His rich pnilo  has. covered; a sizeable k of territory. *��$P ��*fe *s wrapped up in hi<   sum  Armed -Will, cameras and hundreds of feet of ���* h{*���, If "fU-ng miles travelled in tiw  of film instead of pick and shovel and gold "or0lern ^nterlands -since his rebiunml  pan, the pictures he has brought out of iiir^u y^s agD ��? ,?fe,ail of 7!'  the northlahdrare epic, while the souvenirs , T?e ^n^f.11 CI��D.f $&*���� "itj-ionun  he'carries with,him^s,fae tours the coun- ate.in P/fsentulg Arctic Alaska and torn  try sharing tos^xp&riehc'es with sportsmen pa��?n. fllms ?n Ir,fe *vemn|* inV*��  eyerywherfe.iehd color ana credibihty to ���}lt������    *    Elphinstone    Seconda^  Ws.coior/lto&h Usldrtio'life ih the Arrj- SchDo1-          '  -~,   fc    *  tic. Pornt'Mtl-ow.'Kotiebhe, and Nome. -    ,' ^      ,*,*.'",        -' -    *.  fS^-TSW? ^W Wlles lft':i9?3 Uflfe league JbaseJbaZl  (more   mileage  than raany p men, would ,     . - ���*.,','       -   r   -   v<  *  cover'itf arjifetimer tb aim dwmais in starts With three teams^,���,  natural*hat&tat.. . .l bre>th-^hking^hots of LITTLE League baseball is off *tcTa good  Rarigms, Guicle^ Browaies  1        i .j **"*���.   'a.     .-   fl ' J I It "t. if ,   ^.  1   i   ^  /iX   ���  KAl^dEttS. Giildes^id Browtttes ffom t?ib- ,has tetently rfetii'ed' from, the" Guide Crimsons1 and ^Rrjsbettsv Creek1 gathefced  to pa^. / -'', �����  hondr their ftiotbferi'jtt a" dessert ahd cof- ^S^^lf3^^^8^'?^'  r    j i' x r��. xi.   ��t. - r-i. **   a.�� ~ /*��a1 bie -Oo**ar and Fran Voleh from the L.A.  he 'party ih the Christian Education Cert- to t.e^ldefWy i^vditog expenses, to the  tre, United Churchr Gibsons. Rdpfesfentfed Centenniai Heritage international Camrj at  were   ihe   Ait   Ratiger   Flight,   Gibsons Morisshtirg; Ontario in July. The girls wfll  Guide   Company/ three   Brownie   F*afckS; ^present thfe area from Port Mellon to  �� v  -.   r, 'A Ua**. **> *.*��>.   -~a &**,���'   i*UItd including TeJuda. Carol Olson has  Koberts Creek Culdfe Company and Brow-,, ^ chosga fo J(>ift g Girl,Scout catnp m  me Pack, and theiF lfeaders. Oregoh for two'weeks camping.  The entertaihmeiit was, ofr course, pro-   -      ' ���v-~   vided by the girls and with several aspir- f   ��� Three  quarters  of all forest fires in  ing  young  musicians  and  dancers  it is --'Canada are caused^ bv oeoole-  not difficult to put together a delightful  concert. Carol Olson, company, leader of  ., v 'f ���'    Pirst member  wfoGnn AttLi'oi mr^u^ ke ��,�� <s���*V are *-��0ltnS tonave a two-nour Jerrys service?  FI?S ��?Ca*1 ^mhfra6i thG Si11?!" My personal .preference is a smaller ferry  , '* fniflef��ast Chinook Salmon Club every'hdur-to-a large one every two hours,  is Mr. Max Fletcher M .Vdnco^Vet,( but I'm jtist-a'rabble rouser anyway. The  polor bears on Arctic ice, Kodiak bears  fishing on-Kodiak;lsland, walrus by the  I      IHarv Advises  i \Ajbtw    -  /a"l'J*J  ;*:.t*^  Try the new  VAUXALL. VIVA  It is a real beauty.  Peninsula Motor Prod.  SECHELT, B.C.  Phone 885-2111 ��� Ted Farewell  start on the Sunshine Coast. Unfortunately Roberts Creek Raiders did not enter  a team this year,' making it a three-team  league which prevents the -winning team  playing at Richmond. To be eligible there  must be at least foUr teams m the league".  Age limit for Little, Leaguers is 9-12  years and it is believed that lack of coaches  and sponsors has prevented Other teams ���  from bemg formed. " '  Wilson  Creek  Orioles  has  27  younger  boys  being coached once a week, ready '  for next yea?.  Orioles are awaiting their new uniforms  which Selma Park Community Asspciation  is buying them and Mr. Ken Wood of Selma  Park Store has purchased new helmets for  them.  Gibsons   merchants  have been  raising  funds by holding a raffle, lucky winner of  the transistor radio is Mrs. IK. Greggain.  League standings as of May 21, are:  Orioles���W-2, L-o, Merchants���W-i, L-l;  Firemen���ty-i, L-3  On Wednesday, May 24, at 6:30 p.m.t  Wilson Creek Ball Park, Orioles meet Gibsons Merchants. Sunday, May 28', at 1:30  p.m., same location, Firemen meet Orioles.  Top comedy feature  this week at Secheit  ANOTHER top comedy comes to the Secheit Theatre on the Waterfront ~ this  week, "Three on a Couch" starring the  well known Jerry Lewis He,plays a commercial artist who wins a competition's big  Gibsons   Guides   acted ?as   emriee.* 'The  Ranger Flight prepatcd an amiisiftg skit  and one could imagine the-fiin they had .  in the preparation. ��� *       ' A  [ Debbie Fiedler, Janet Hart and Valerie t  '*"*' " Gibsons 2nd Brownie Pack also  prepared skit. First Gibsons  Guide, Companies were re-  two hours for the'riext one.- There * will be presented by daocets Elaine Gant, Deahna  a lot less people driving like-maniacs if Glass dfad ,Sttsah Lawson, tap dancer  they taiow^thfire isr"Only^a~one'-hour wait Cheryl Guelph ond Patti Hogue and Joan-*  between sailings*. x      * *' ��� ne   Jorgensotia ��� Breda  MacKenzie's  poenrf  . Fishing *or springs 'and? blues, ��� very "My Mother" was ^well received. Kathy  good % the early morning but1 iot too much Whitihg played a-recorder and Shelley  later on. Top honors go to Max. Fletcher of Benson, Tersa LaBonte, Susan Peterson,  Vancouver (last week he* reeled^ slowest) Maria RihaTdi& and Kathy Zueff are all  with his 28-pounder4picked in/in the.gap. promising accordion-players.  tho. nr.a���in,,D aAin���   o*,������iflr-  +1.^ -oio^-f    Tflis makes him the.firsf.official,member Grand  finale,   salute  to Canada,   waSr  S,SK !f mv o^TSJeiSffaSt    of  the Sunshine   Coast  Chmook/Salmon    given by the aewly formed. third 'Gibsons ,  long distance at my own expense Jo get    C]lJb; fisVwas officially -weigTfed in at Len    Brownie Pack who1 sang Canada's "Centen- ���  Larson's Resort. Congratulations,' Mafc.'* *    hial Song with great fervour and teptbus-i  Tbe Goug'eafamily,fbnJthe  "At,Last?    iasm  persuading   everyone' to ���join  with  had four Saturday,; 1��, .nine, sfeyferi ahd'six!.    them in.a ven6ore and putting the guests;-  Art Jeffries  and party, - plfee, ;i0,  nine,   itt a happy mood to'enjoy the social^houtr -  eight; Lien Barnes aft eight and" four /blues;    0f the party.     ,       , "   'u      ��' '  Bul .Volp, .one, ^evenf -Mrsr. Don Leb'Jbrja'-     -  Toast"to tiie Mothers-was given by-Gin-  than, a 7.4, Fred,WeIsh^ a 19 a"no l$f Olli    ny Alsager to which Mrs   Lfehbre It-guV-  Westby and Walter Chaston.bith 'limited    repheda A presentation on behalf of the  Spring Fever  . . . ,,,.....,..,. fi., -a  ���by Chuck Jbnes  SOME OF you regular fishermen, staying  at one of the local resorts, may notice  that your success was not mentione^.'ia  the report, the proprietor told me "Qie^ information, but requested that it riot^'be  published as, it ends to .increase the flow  of traffic and he already has all the business he can handle. < *  This may come as a surprise/ but there  are "resort's less 'fortunate that would welcome all the business this operator can't  handle.  Secheit Rod and Gun Trout Derby held  in Sakmaw Lake, May 7, proved a complete success. Walter Flay took the largest  fish, about three lbs., with George Fly second��� nice way to break in that new boat  $15.00 A GAME  > A **<        T   �����"- < f ,  CftANCE F6R $300.  $!���0.5J53 TO G0  7fkmA% ;mtki^:.  y^y}7y:kt^;xi;:^^  SECHELT NATIVE MALL  Walter. Prize for most fish went to Gerry first salmon���a 14-pounder^by P. Routledge  Woods with four, and smallest fish honors of Vancouver, for the fish, ladder at Uncle  won by Cathie Cume   Bud Fearnley with Mick's,   but   since   then   s'tandings   have  three youngsters in the boat also took eight changed considerably. As*of. Sunday, May  fish. A very  good  turnout by fishermen 14, the standings from first to loth, were:  Sunday, with biggest being around 171 Len   jL.a. -was made to JMrs. .Betty'Allen who  Larson, two; V. J. Ewart; three; Archie    * --j ^ ^_-  Scott, four; Dave Trowse. recovered enough  from hi* recent illness to catch, his first  spring of the year.  Shilcomb Lookout Resort reported the  hbihut. Entertainment fortte femffy  '.J  and fish.  In the SR &^G Salmon Derby, the largest fish weighed in and reported so far  for May is a 13%-pounder caught by Tommy Robilliard on May 1. There is stiU lots  of time before the end of the month, so  get a ticket and give Tom a little compete  tion. >   - J  r  For any of you interested in such things,  Extension  Phones are  iRBVATE  1   'PHONES  "1'v* No need to share all  J \*\ your phonoconvorsa-  }-* * tlons with tho family,  w' when extensions cost  iy so little. Ask-  1 B.C.TEL��  hi,  *<\i*... -  " A>  i \ '  *a.<-fl'  prize, including a year's stay in Paris, and     a very good program on CBU at twenty p  Max Fletcher*28, Mike^Monull 24, Chuck  Jones 22��/4, Fred Welsh 19,,Harold Hatch  19, Al Morrison 18 dressed, Orv Skogan 18,  Cec�� Pwight 17, Lorne Wigard 16.7, Archie  Scott 15.  Parting line,  progress:. The mayor of  Victoria has given permission to the.young  set to hold  a  "Love-in"'in Beacon Hill  Park. Stanley Park has been famous (*)'  for a "little lovin' " for years!  asks bis fiancee (Janet Leigh), a successful psychiatrist, to marry him and come  along. But thc���doctor will not desert three  patients who need her���pretty girls ��*itfc  a neurotic'hatred of men���and Jerry takes  it upon himself, to romance each of them,  which, he hopes, will help them regain  their interest in the opposite sex.- <  His tactics involve adopting three differ  seven ott Thursday mornings, givifig depl.  of fisheries report; on where fish were takef  the previous weekend.  -^*Spent*a-^lea��ankHratf-lro8r <��ve���� -feoff4  at the Dogwood -with Orv Skogan of Git  sons last Fridayt-discussing���-what ('etse?|  fishing! He won a boat in a derby held  the Lions Club back in 1960 and must spedd  as much time fishing as some other ad-  When forest fire danger "is high or extreme ..fifes Start' readily from glowing em  lpers or .cigarette tyuJLts.,  ; : Last Frontier  - "    ' 16 rnnn Film'in-'Color1- ,  - -���*  t.    - ��,-    r  AUCITORIUM - ELPHINSTTgiNE HIGH SCHOOL     '  ,   8 P.M. - FRIDAY, MAY 26th  ' AeMlSSlON���ADOLtS $1.60-f*CMIO>RiN 50c  * ua.'>">r*' ** "*1  SPONSORED.B^ THE KINSMENXbUB.OF.GIBSONS^  ent   identities���cowboy,, sports   enthusiast,    <hc|. I know. Most of his fish, about 15(|>  %Si'SJS!f��li^i^k%JS&<- aBaaCA.   ��SS ^  and zoologist, He also has a scene or two  as the zoologist's big, blowsy sister. Things  rurt amok in true Jerry Lewis fashion, but  the frenzied mixups are satisfactorily sorted out in the end of the slick, weil-lrtount-<  film.  SPECIAL DOOR IPKIZE $10  20fh GAM&  50 calls $SOd 54 colls $100  52 colls $250 55 coils $ 50  All Game* $10 and over Gibsons Welfare Fund  Legion Hall, Gibsons - 8 p.m. - Thursday, May 25  �� II Mill  II < I I I I I M'i  pounds last year, he catches mooching ot  stripping, are given to the OAP, in the  Gibsons* area. Seeing that the old-age pension and the price of salmon are lighl  years apart, these donations must be very  much appreciated. In the last two weeks  of after work fishing, Orv has 16 springs  to his credit, largest being i8 lbs. Got the  impression from talking to him, as with  many < others, the size or amount of fish  is inconsequential, ju*,t the sheer joy o)f  being out there.      . ,  Where did Lorne W. buy those eight  spring salmon he brought home on his day  off from Port Mellon? "He must be keeping  Phyllis busy on the canning-detail.  I've know a few 'people who tried to  fight city hall but this .is the first time I  have heard of someone buying the darn  thing. What are you going to do with it  J.B., start your own village council? If  that building'expands much more, you'll  own the village anyway. rf        '  Reading in Thursday's Vancouver Sun  ithnt the used car ferry bought in -Quebec,  ���Tore Nouvol," will cost a little over two  million, including alterations and renovation and will replace tho two smaller ferries which will be put on other runs; Docs  this mean that in the summor months wo  t M,* ***** m k w |H iiwi K WU&4W  fli,����^Mfi^��l^lt'��lJlJl^-fe-|,^rtlji^JgKB^  iiOHFTOttouiimom*  AT THE PENDER HARBOUR HOTEL  DINING Al*ln DANCING 9*00 P.M. TO 2:00 A.M.  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A  i  i  Page 8 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, May 24, 1967  Egmont Eye  cast on a  fractured wrist-and -with the    Missi6narV<GrOVm7tJlanS  Little League baseball season'just start-    * "���wwMM.vjr  wvuj* 4��um��  od. Were you chasing her, Butch; or was  it the other .wjay-: around?        I Ax~  meeting Bethel Baptist  WEDNESDAY May 3^st a m6eHngj��OT~lHr���  _.  ,  . .   .u .   T   ,   ���.    ...   . -     i     held in the Bethel' Baptist Church, Se-  Glad to report  that Jack  Howitt has .     ^ ....    _    '      ,  been released from Shaughnessy Hospital-  chelt ��*��** the auspices of the Womens  wit|i a clean bill of health and will be back    Missionary, Group. , -  on his  school water:f*rry  duties   by .the ,      Special speaker for the meetiBg will be ,  time this item is printed. All's well that    the ReV- Waldo Penner wh0vha�� been serv.  ���by John Dunlop  EGMONT  Eyedrops���The   B.C.   Provincial  Museum   authorities   are   indebted   to    ends   well,   Jack,   and  your  friends   and   ^ ta'fn^aTs VmissfoM^fortteTast  mn.^t'e   Mr-    T.ola   M    ftnffith   fnr   the    fnmilv Will asree. - ���.   *"  BSfe*5a6tf��-a.^   ���  i,    r  fcWW-'tM-'** r*aW* li*f j J -ip ^isj-g. ffi|  .1     '  , M  4 0t>v  '1.1  May Queen  REIGNING  May  Queen of Pender.. retiring    Queen    Loretta    Gamble  Harbour and Egmont, is Debbie   Many past queens had travelled to   visit to Kamioops  Bathgate   of   Egmont,   crowned   at   Pender for the centennial year cele "":J   n~~ ~-  Saturday's May Day celebrations by   bration. '   ��� **,  it s      -~��� ,***�� <1  ������. ��� ^ran.-i?i^**-��i -*-^Mfl|  Queen and court  TOO MUCH sun or too many girls,  seems to have given little pagfe  boy, Ernie Kingston, one *big headache at Pender Harbour's May Day  celebration. May Queen Debbie Bathgate with flower girl Cindy Harling,  is accompanied by attendants Heather   Walker,   Lynn   Rae,   Retiring  Queen    Lorretta    Gamble,    Jackie  Lloyd, Nancy Wiley and flower girls,  Katy Bilcik, Donna Schroeder, April  Edwardson, Kathy Lloyd and Colleen  Newick.  Around Gibsons  MR. AND MRS. Art Hauka returned from  a six week trip to Great Britain and  Europe where they met their daughter,  son-in-law and children, on leave from their  Canadian Army camp in Iserlahn, Germany-  While in Great Britain they visited relatives and friends, toured historic buildings  and estates in England and Scotland before travelling to France, Spain, Germany  and the Netherlands.  In Holland they visited the bulb fields  and at Aalsmeer attended the wholesale  flower market auction. Being interested in  ceramics they toured the Dutch Royal Blue  Delft Pottery.  Bob Nygren: dbv-m from" Hudson Hope  to spend a few weeks in Gibsons where  he is enjoying the fine weather and fishing.  Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ennis have returned from Calgary after a week's motor  trip.   They   encountered   snow   in   Alberta   and are happy to be back on the Sunshine  Coast.  Miss Kay Taylor from  Vancouver was  a guest of her mother, Mrs. Frank Tayloi\  Visiting  Karl   and   Helen   Schroers  last  week wa�� the latter's sister from Port Alberni..  Mrs. Wm. N. Kelly was a visitor to San  Francisco; her sister, Mrs. W. L. Minaker  from Pacifica, California brought Mrs.  Kelly home by car and is now visiting here.  Mr. and Mrs. Howard Le Warne had  their daughter, Mrs. Gladys Le Warne visiting from Vancouver.  Mr.  and Mrs. J   Walker back from a  Egmont's Mrs. Lela M. Griffith for the  latest addition to their series of handbooks  published under the auspices of the department of recreation and conservation1.  No. 26 on the list ahd entitled "The  Intertidal Univalves of British Columbia,"  the handbook, published in 1967, is the  result of years of research and intensive  study on Lela's part, an interest that commenced a long time,ago with the hobby  of collecting sea shells.  The book, illustrated by Frank L.  Beebs, deals exclusively with molluscs of  the snail variety that make their homes  between high and low tide on the coast of  British Columbia and should be of interest  to the many people who make shell collecting their hobby.  * *   *  Like 'carrying coals to'Newcastle'- when  Vi Berntzen won herself a tankful of gas  in the recent raffle in aid of Madeira  Park's Mrs. Constance Harper who was  severely burned when her trailer caught  fire a few weeks ago. Vi and her husband  Gene operate Egmont's BA service station.  Keeping up with her mother. Sue Gough  won an oil change and grease job in the  same raffle.  * *   *  Suppore I'll have to switch my allegiance from Montreal Canadiens to California Seals now that Bert Olmstead, boss  of the newly formed club in the National  Hockey League's expansion division, has  purchased the Garden Bay Hotel in company, with his pal, Jim Bedard. From now  on it's the Seals, so bring another round,  Mort.  * *   *  Wednesday's Community Club tea saw  Connie Kelly take home the door prize,  and Doris Disney win"theraffle. The after-  . noon affair was well attended despite the  fact that May Day festivities are just  around the corner, preparations for which  are demanding the time of some of our  local girls.  * *   *  Danny and Dianne Bosch 'aha7 family,  down from a two or three-month stay-in-  camp session at Duggan Brothers' Jackson  Bay logging operation, spent a short time  in these parts' on their way to enjoying a  few days' holiday in Vancouver. Danny  looks exceptionally fit and well and Dianne  enjoys the company of several other married women in the camp, but, as Danny  remarked, "You gotta get down to the city  once in a while to keep in touch."  John David Black, 'Butch' to his Egmont  pals, has done it again. This time, as a  result of a fall on the schoolgrounds over  Nanaimo way, our grandson is sporting a  f PROMISE  NOT TO PLAY  WITH MATCHES  family Will agree.  *   ���  When Mrs. Ina Bowen, mother of next-  doorer Ruby Larson with whom she stays,  is visited by other members of her family,  it means a general evacuation of Vancouver Island residents. Mother's Day^ weekend witnessed just such an exodus from  Courtenay and Port Alberni when daughter  Gladys and her husband Roy Harrison; son  Monty, his wife Edna and their four children,  and son Hughie and his wife Rose  joined Ruby and Oliver in honoring Mrs.  Bowen as mother and senior member of  the Bowen clan.  Roy,  a former resident  of the upper island fish and game club,  caught a salmon on a Rex-field buzz-bomb  on the first day over. I've got news for  you,  "Harry,"  the darn thing  ain't been  wirth a hoot, since.  And agent 86M* reports that Peninsula  and Powell River commuters need not hold  their breath in expectation of the early  arrival of the newly purchased Howe Sound  ferry. With major alterations required, it  is rumored that the summer tourist s'eason  will be long past before its first departure  from Horseshoe Bay. Oh well, better late,  ���than never.  And^what's happened to the proposed  access road to the Skookumchuk, as announced some time ago? It still AIN'T-  That will be your next assignment, 86*/��.  21 years,  Mr. Penner, who is the principal of the  Kakinada Theological Seminary- in Andhra  State, will be showing slides of the work.  Friends are invited to attend this meeting which will be held at 7:30 p.m. ahd.  also to stay for a time of refreshment and  fellowship afterwards.  Ted Suggests!  Take a new look at life  from a beautiful '67  Chevelle Station Wagon  *>        *��� ^ **4 -  Peninsula Motor Prod.  'f:, SECHEIT, B.C.  Phone 885-2111 ���Ted Farewell  6.M. FURNACE SERVICE  j. ��  DAY OR NIGHT  Phone 886-2468  Expert Pressure Burner Repairs  P.O. Box 6$, Gibsons, B.C.  m@\K Z35T ��0  ** f *���  AH  "V; "J  Wl  1 *  i ���*>  l  '.'WW''  11'  David, Ron and Miss Elaine Peers of  Langley spent the weekend in Gibsons.  Recent guest at the home of Mr. and  Mrs. Art Hauka was the latter's brother,  Mr. A. 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