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 -ja^rfcV* ^^a^aj^^-*"**-^^ iw^^^flrt!S��SWN9M>V^*-<> S^?i$ (��v>\?��<t).*k*,  *   7 -tf, ���> ����� ,V, ^   af.*t V*VV.4 -��. -Jl  V  UWV >-^>*- a   a   ��<*- V   1. 4 V -��,"��   -a~ CiwS**** ta *f Af.  )   "1  >  ��       ?  Coimwfesioiier speafe im  loriiis minici  aera  pnssTON_s?icnooMii_.o__s_m vices*  2182 WSST 12TH AV��KU��#    .     .    .  VftUC0UV��l-'9.  B.  C.  31 SEC.  65  tfo  Authorized "as secorwt Class  mail ^by   the   Post   Office  Department, Ottawa*1  WHAT appears to be a unique situation  _was brought to'light at last'meeting of  Secheit Council when Clerk Ted Raynor  stated he could not leave the office in order  to attendee annual Union of BaC. Municipal Officers Convention. Indeed, it seemls  he even has to visit the office each morn-'  ing when on holiday.  Heated discussion followed comments  by Commissioner Lontz Hanson who said  that if anyone attended, it should be the  clerk. "I went last year only to find it was  for clerks," he said.  Mr. Raynor who has repeatedly objected to attending such conventions argued  that although two local men have assisted  with, sale of motor vehicle licence plates,  and one of them has been employed in  the village office on a part-time basis for  some years, not one of them is sufficiently  familiar with the licencing department to  be left in charge.  Comm. Morgap Thompson heatedly told  the clerk that if he. was unable to leave  the office in order,to attend a conference  which is obviously of benefit to the community, then it is time changes were made  in the office.,  Asked what would be the situation  should he be taken ill or when on noliday,  Raynor said be takes holidays but looks  in every morning.-'  Comm.   Thompson  argued   that   apart  from'not being fair to the clerk, it is ridiculous situation to think the village employ's an assistant who, after all this time,  apparently cannot be left to attend village  'business for two or three days.    '  Comm. Adele de Lange added that in  actual fact, one day of the convention was  actually a holiday anyway which meant  only two days away.  "Stating he would rather not go into the  matter at ,this time, the clerk was told by  Comm. Thompson, I think we should settle  the matter now, once and for all. "If you  can't get away to attend these things which  are of benefit to the yillage as a whole  then it is time for a change. Surely somebody else should be able to run this office. It is not right that you are unable  to take a holiday," he said.  Explaining the fact that so much detail is involved with the motor vehicle  branch, Mr. Raynor stated the problem is  to get someone capable of taking over,  possibly on a part-time basis.  Suggestion by Comm. Ray Cla'rke that  council seek the services of someone capable of being trained to take over the  Office was supported by Comm. Thompson  who said he saw no point in paying a man  to assist if he cannot be left to do the job  alone It was therefore moved the matter  be left over to next meeting pending further consideration by commissioners  Serving the Sunshine Coast, (Howe Sound ftf J��rv's Inlet), including Port   Mellon, Hopkins Landing, Grantham's Landing, Gibsons, Roberts Creek  Wilson Creek/ Selma Park, Secheit, Holfmgortr Boy, Secret Cove, Pender Harbour, Madeira Park, Kleindale, Irvine's Landing, Earl Cove, Egmont.  7'  Will'  ��� 'MTl  ftiattwfc^  Makes headlines  L  Former Peninsula resident  runs with Frisco Hippies  "US T7.__  l*^4_tfcwi^llfci i IBM-1  i* ��.*����  WELL-KNOWN for his unkempt appearance, weird and often dubious ideas, former resident Arthur Lisch who together  with,his v/ife arid young family left the  Peninsula last year, has now made the  headlines in San Fransico.  Lisch, an American who originally came  to the area almost three years ago gathered around hint- a^group of idisciples who  like himself professed to have artistic  leanings. An idealist who deplored war,  racism and conformity, his ideals frequently ran very close to communism although  he preferred to disdain? any such affiliation. In an intemew ^  at one time stated he saw nothing wrong  with LSD in that it stimulated creativity.  Shortly before leaving the Peninsula,  Lisch had been given a temporary appointment as a teacher by the school board but  was relieved of his duties about two days  later.  Now apparently �����' leading light among  the "Hippie" movement in the San Francisco area, Lisch, a member of a group  known as the '/piggers" has as a running  companion, an equally unkempt negro  named Rpyj,BaUard, ��his man, according  to Ihe San Francisco Chronicle.is an activ-  1st who has be��n a?vigorous spokesman! for  need inipsychadelphie, as their retreat has  been labelled.  Lisch told a reporter, the Diggers at  one time housed 300 people in an informal  dormitory and that numbers are constantly  increasing.  "We have been trying to do the things  that r^djto, be ;d^  swamped," he said.    ���  He added, "There is a world wide pilgrimage, people are coming here out of a  sense of hopelessness and despair."  Liscb's latest entry into print arose fol-  ���see page A-6  Secheit Kinsmen hold  initiation ceremony  FIVE Kinsmen Clubs were represented  when 35 members from West and  North Vancouver, Mount Seymour, Gibsons and Secheit attended the recent initiation of Ray Witt, George Fawkes, Greg  Rafifle, and Gerry Helmer^into the Secheit  Kinsmen Club. ,��� y _  ��?.....���,.,......'..,.,.'.���������.,..  Secheit   Kinsmen   are   a   very   active  i��&__r  \ M^jSVrtSja.Mlnt.**,,,  _J*e    " a Z~-~ \_"     _. *    *���     ��� ��   <  ��MT ,. -M-*       *�� ** **     ���* ~* H *'  Volume 4/NO. 19  WEDNESDAY; APRIL 12, 1967   IOC  ^^in-i.   " _ '���"  Young vandals charged  following tire slashing  TWO Pender Harbour youths appeared in  court last week charged with being minors in possession.  Gerald Pockrant, on his second offence  was fined $100. Gary Thompson, on his first  offence was fined $50.  A number of juveniles aged between 12  and 14 years appeared in juvenile-court  to answer a number of charges including  break- and entry at Benner Bros. Store,  break and entry of a small building at  Porpoise Bay and slashing of tires, also at  Porpoise Bay.  Sentences were mainly of a conditional  probationary nature.  A new system by which the B;C. Telephone Company is able to trace nuisance  and obscene telephone calls is reported to  be extremely" efficient:'%��� number ;bf such"  calls have been reported locally and it is  understood suspects, are presently under  surveillance.  Discussion April 20th  Recreation Minister  plans Peninsula tour  SOME improvements to the public park  situation might result from a visit to  the Sunshine Coast by Recreation and. Con}-  servationlMinister-Eric Keirnan who plans  to tour the area in the near future. f  The Hon. Isabel Dawson told The Times  last week the minister will accompany her  to a number of government park sites in-'  eluding Trout Lake, Smugglers Cove;  Ruby Lake and the Skookumchuck. He will  travel to the Peninsula in his own private  boat and following his visit will continue to  Powell River where he plans to spend a  day.".  ���    -i ���     ��� I  Mrs. Dawson said she doubts whether.  .  s                                  Practical education '  ANXIOUS 21 days., at Gibsons Ele- the incubator and brooder, and the  " mfentary School ended on Thurs- wonder of nature brings expressions  day  morning at 7 a.m.  when the of admiration on the faces of __maer-  first baby chick popped his head out garten children: Glen Littlejohn, Lisa  into a new world. Ingenuity of Vice- Dawn Johnson, both six years old,  'Principal Alec Merling, who devised and five-year-old Tim Montgomery._  ,-_...,,..:. 1.11--'.,���i,���  ii.  i..i, . _���_-... ii���. _���-._������ ���   ���   ���    ;   I.*��� .i --in���������������!���II.-.WII.I.I-. ��� ���-���ii.,..-���_-___-__��� - -  i.. ������,-���___��� ���  JRoor facilities ;,...���..,..,.,_...: :.::,,.; .:7y.,^.,.^ ,,.,^,.^.-,-^...;,....,,;.... -__��_ -..,,...  senior  MEMBERS of the public are invited to attend the monthly meeting of the OAR  Organization Thursday, April 20th at 1:30  p.m. in tiie Legion Hall, Secheit.  Founding committee for the senior Citizens homes will present its report and  hold discussion on a petition to be presented  the B.C. Government seeking Charter of incorporation of the Society which first of att  .will undertake to raise,funds for the purchase of a suitable site for the Homes." ^  The committee has been busy investig^  ating suitable sites, costs, etc., "and. will  welcome iehquiries from senior citizens in>-  terest^-iifsei___iig^a in the"  homes when established.  ons  Wealth of entertainers  j>rove large  to  -group.of young'men;and*reeonUy���Jw^*^w.-i��S0J?��V  INADEQUACY    of    Secheit    Elementary  School   auditorium   for   presenting   a  variety   night   concert   was   evident  last  weekend ; and,.; what should have  been  a  a great deal will be .done \vith parks, this/ very enjoyable night's entertainment was  yea^'but'������once^a"\road;phas^been;'''push^[l' tharrect by the poor I*A systeiipi  Gilbert  Sykes   and   Mrs.   Hielga   Connor.  Maurice Hemstreet's junior square dancers  gave an excellent display and Secheit Girl.  Guides choir jsang'^on ���'Saturday'"' evening.  EVERY school in British Columbia will  have a reproduction of\a treasured Emily Carr painting, as a gift of .the B.C. Parent Teachers' Federation.  ' The B.C. Parent Teachers' Federation,  as their Centennial project, in co-operation  with the Provincial' Centennial Committee  will present each school in the Province  with a colour reproduction of Emily Carr's  painting "Haida Totems" at Cha-Atl, Queen  Charlotte Islands, which was painted in  1912.  The British Columbia Centennial Com-  a number of local causes in }a Well-known  'hippie* district.  Referred to as the executive branch of  the 'hippie' movement, Liscb's group takes  its name from an English radical nth century movement which like the present-day  hippies, espoused love and foreswore physical force. They provide free room, board,  clothing and other assistance to those in'  sponsible for  repairing  the  backstop   at  Hackett Park, repairing and painting the  bleachers   for the   coming  baseball   sea-  ��� son.-..       .. ���     ' ��� '������   :   ������������!"     ...������'  Theif current fund-raising campaign is  the White Elephant sale scheduled for May  13 and they are now busy collecting any  unwanted articles to recondition prior to.  the sale.  Pick up Wy be  arranged  by  phoning 885-9330 or 88^2861.  Final act oh Saturday^night,was .the  .^l^f^^^^!!S^   'T^t^&^^k&'S^   '���^*^ ^* eiecBc-guitarsViuayed    also making the painting avail^le ,to the  lities is badly needed. by  Ted Strom,  Robbie  Boyes  and Leon  7 _���..        _    ,   _     .  ��� ������   . ��� , .    Kazakoff   with   Dennis   Swanson   on   the  .Wilson Creek Scouts and Cubs opened    d   ��� Their popularity was such that; no-  the; two,nights' programs of variety which    one Wanted. to go home, according to re-  ports-  ���, ���. ..-..-. , -;' ���.'".��������  likely  conservation will look into possibilities of  developing a parksite in that area.  The MLA asked that The Times draw  attention to the fact that tiie, new Home  Aquisition Grant is .how available to those  either building or buying a home for the  first ; time. Application dotms available  from the department of finance or may be  obtained from Hon.  Isabel Dawson,  were sponsored by Wilson Creek Group  Committee. Vice-President Harold Sand-  for,d gave the welcoming address and  Glen Phillips was master of ceremonies.  Secheit Residential School Band and  baton twirlers in their colorful Indian dress  appeared'.,',on both nights as did the Residential School dancers who performed  once again with charm and faultless step.  Ne\ycomers to Secheit variety night. ,w,ere  the little Gibsons Firemen cheerleaders,  dressed in. red and white; they won a big  round of applause' with their peppy routines,., V ,  Soloists were Johnny Branca, Cindy Ny-  gren and Lyglc Martinez, accordian; David  Fromagor and "Billy Higgs, piano; Ona  Burnett, clarinet; David Henry, trumpet;  Joan Blomgrcn, Yoca"st; Robert Bain,  electric guitar. Lynn Brackett and,Lorenda  Summerfelt sang a duet, Laurie Allan gave  a display of baton twirling and young Rusty  Cunningham's tap dancing was superb as  always.' Pomponia Martinez, dressed in  black Spanish dress, danced a gay Spanish  danco, ' - ; ' ,,' < ���, ' '''''"]  --Adult performers word Mr.  and  Mrs.  valu\bi(  general public for $3.00 each plus tax ready  for framing. ("    . ,  The official Centennial historic map of  British   Columbia   will   be  included- with"  each painting for an additional 50 cents;  $828 for equipment > . *  /  MAKING up for the fact that council 'has  spent little or nothing during the past  on Hackett Park, Secheit Commissioner  Ray Clarke gained approval last week  froni council to purchase swings and a  slide at a cost of $828.  , While certain parts of, tho, six swings  will bo purchased from an eastern manufacturer, other parts will bo acquired locally. The commissioner explained that the  and it was also agreed to level off tho  playground area with the addition of fill,  estimated to cost abdut $65. ,      v'  A regular; complainant came under ;firo  when Comm. Adele de Lange* said she had  been approached by a resident; who complained of a Great Dane running at large.  After locating the ownor, Comm. de,Lange  said she discovered lie did not havo a licence for the animal but he did promise to  slide   could   not  be   purchased   hero  and ' keep It under control. However, it appears  that too will come from,tho oast  Certain clearing, has been carried out  on the undeveloped  portion of tho park  Creates understanding ...  Music heart ol  lestroys ruck! bniriers  W.   .   ... ..' '.v,,��� ,,, ,. ,. .���,',,.,',..',',' -,..,.,,"lr7,.r,',.",���  educiitioii  \ fin ?>  yM   \  7��   r  Ik-  , Pand members  SJECIIKLT Rofiklontinl J5CI190I Prtnd ino 'Johnson' of Soc|iblt ond Julio Do-  has more 'glrl.'mcmbors this year mlnic who comois from QLivotf to at-  ]��ut young Kenny, Hanuse did,'not tend school in Socholt;  minfl.posing;for^                                      ; ;_,,,,, 1, ,!���.,.���.T���:; ^ 7, .      '..,  By Doug Wheeler . . .  Instciilt Drosperitv out  help but aid the economy although'It would  be absurd to expect immediate benefits,"  ho said. ,".���   '    '  Village  Commissioner1 Morgan-Thomp-  fronv subsequent complaints,, the dog has r  since been running at large.    , ..   ''  Chairman Bill Swain, advised council  that such complaints should bp in writing  to couiVcll. "This woman has .always, been  n coriiplainor yet I havo sean, lier allow- ,  ing her own dogs to foul up'other people  property," ho said. ������.>���''  "If we bow to. some of them1 thoy will  always bo-on our backs,'' ho added. Tho  chairman stated he himself has told people;'  their complaints havo to bo In writing to  council;  __ ,        t , ���r f f (ii|, t jiKiif t f , r,, , vC?le,rk, ��� R./, Raynor, suggested, ^pcrhnps. ���'  MUSIC istiio heart of edviuation and World    that pupils' develop a concept of" tlio 'count-    council  should, .consider  patching   "JP��$��L  "-cltimisliTp7��^  -    '   * -      *:...������-.. ... plaint nroso( from the fact that icouncll hild  purchased an old cabin nnd'narrow strip of  property from the rcsldont and following'  removal of the hut; stray dogs are able,to  is  r  -1>  ai n workshop hold in Sochplt, last week  for clomonlary school touchors.  . A few days later an Incident took place  In Secholt'Elementary School which prov��  cd tho tru|h of th��\t quptntlon, A young lad  who has boon studying under tho recently  Introduced school mimic program wns practicing bis trumpet for tho ^Variety;��� i^lght  ��on:��nidnho fec^s gront: credit should ---go-: c6n^ As tho dear notes of tho instru-  NOTiqK   that   the   lona.awaltcd   Secholt  breakwater ha.s how finally been put, out,'  for bid, In lnMvwook's Times,.has given  trine lo consldornblo oonjocluro and spcoti"  ^^imt^tft^nfcmsr^lrthirfniiTnrriini^hK"  - from t ��lt�� will - helpi��- to- Borne* oxo p,gor�� ted -  MiflSfNl-lpns 01 "ln,slnnl. pronporlly."  Ono resident with waterfront Interests  became .��� excited and Indeed, hostlloi when  Informed that aitlipugh a wokoiiio Innovation, tho project hardly warrapicd n large  front page banner proclaiming untold  wealth foe tho1 dlislrlct, .,:.���.'....  : Opinions of lho pollllcnlly unblasiMl Is  Hint". Iho proposed, project, 'will prove a  Ri;c.ft_jt��.ivcL'.jt0^  .prfiy|QUhlJLlHiilc��icH3,JILuwloublcoly..i>nvc.  t|,e  way1 for  various commercial  enter*  prises wli|'ch will naturally aid the ocoijomy  of the district.   '  �� Co��Ht,'Cnpllnno'Mr .lack Davis who hn��  plh.VtHl a hinio-T. pari, In bringing about tho  'nrrnfcwattrrr'W^  ��H��vw'"to^knowHhat.'-(��nc'r-"mnny'-yfftTfl,-rof,'  effort by Iho citizenry, nnd particularly of  Mr, Norm Watson of Secholt, that this vital  project' ln'.how golnR ahead.    ; ( '  , Kritlmnto pf the cost, of Iho 'hpnt harbor'  ~w contained In the Rovo'rnmcnt's official  1 bhie book.of oKllmtUon.lfl $220,000, Tenders  have to. ho In by, April 2? and It Is nKsumod  construction .willt comaVcnc'o shortly  after  IIiIn dale, ' ,  .. Marm 3Nalioft,,m.cHi.robtr ^(Ot^tftrtvvntrtc.  .l)rcHkwater������clwii'man,���exprcsAcd-.plCiihura  at news ot Iht bld��� being cftlldd, "H can't  to those who have worked so hard. In  .past, to bring about tho facility which will  .greatly assist flshcrmon and, In duo course,  the whole area.  Course of tho breakwater'Is understood  , to extend out approximately 100 feet from  the,Secholt. end  of lho rock outcrop  at.  Solmn Park and'then about 500 foot, parallel  ,'to tho beach. No Information Is available  "at"llifrIImo"Htj"'lo" float .Insildlalibii, hut  ''po��Mhllltle.s are that, it will to a. largo ex  ment rang through':the.' deserted classroom,  younRstcrs from tho' itosldftitlal School  band slipped quietly Into the iroom, picked  up their inslriimcnts aiid Hoftly played an  nccompanlmont to tho melody. When tho  melody ended, youthful grins were exchanged and the yotingntors wont-their way,  no-onc said �� word, thoro was no need,  Sponklng at tho workshop, Music.'Sup-  tent depend, upon prlyato cnterprlflo. Oil ervlsor Mr. Klyno Iloncllcy snld Uie now  companies aro, it, has been reported, al' ,, program pf music "for elementary schools    In   portray,   which   was   first, studied' In  collection of facts, a country's history is  told In its iimslc and by taking a West  Indian folk song, combining singing, rhythmic clapping and Instruments, Mrs < Whit-  cutt demonstrated how a country's very  atmosphere can bo cronted in*the class  rooin.  NEW CANADIANS ,  ,., Mony newcomers to Canada who can  speak almost no English, aro soon lnteg-  rated Into tho school system by using this  ��� now approach and Mrs. Whltcutt who otico  denpnlretl when she hoard lho(i.,pb}inc many  newcomers .suffered nt tho school Is now  proud of the ' understanding among, tho  children' In her school,  potential of tho  enter nor own adjacent properly,  Tho chairman agreed, that this, might bo  '""Vthe best, solution nlthough ho did not ��p*  ^ prove  In principal.  "Council hns  always  had trouble with her,"'ho"warned.;  lt was agreed to hnvo tho fence In  question patched up as soon as possible.  Agreement was finally reached on tho  future of tho old municipal hall following  suggestion by Comm. Thompson that It bo  put up for bid. Plumbing fixtures havo  been promised, tho Library Committee for,  us*o In the,now building, U was therefore  decided tho structure bo advertised In "as  program adopted at Tocumsoh wns evident  "-|h"lho"^tonn^ ao"  recently produced, , ccptcd. * .  Knch  class  chose  a  different country   ^,, vonim. Laurltzllan.scn; suggested coun  'J  I  *.  y  al  ! >���  (ready Investigating possibilities "of marine  #crvkc^f��clllUc��f7^w'1iH^--pc>ndcrwHnrboiir  developed by lho "Rxtonfiion Dcpt, at ,UUC  and ���adopM-'by-^^  J)pnL���,htil|do��:,,,Vlc��Gooldrup���haswlndlcatc(L��o��*��E  olafis nncf then parenfs were brought in lo  hclpr produc^thc4- Pagcantr-* Pcoplr^from  ell should consider e(<tabll."ihmcnt of addl-  tional lights orj,(tomc of tho sldo strpois  ^,A,p,a.rt^fronuCo^rlo.,��slrccU.U\cro-.4(*��'VcryU.-  hltt desire, to re-locate his projjrcsfilvo boat,1  \Vorks In tho region,pf lho harbor. Mr','.  ((ipoldrup'presently employs nlvout 12 help- '  ors and has said ho could expand considerably moro, by present 'demands.-. 1 , '  Chairthor of Commorco Chnlrmnn .l,ohn!  Hayes, .expressed lho. view that porhaps tho.  llmo for Joy will be once contra'cb hnvo  boon nVarded nnd progreos Is under way  ,-xm,,GonKVtuc,.ta^  _\s1IL(lo���.gi:)od���biiL,Jot-ui��wnoUgo-.ovorboftr(i*,  yot," ho said, >  ' ' ''    .       ' ��� ,.   '   .   , '         '."l  ' .- ������������'������-   '    ���.'.,��������� -  '-'���  \ ������'������  words hiingliiR music nnd tho nrts out of  Iholr "Ivory tower"', nnd Integrating them  with othor subjects, ;    .'���������  Mrs,1 Whltcutt who besides hc|ng' tho  mother, of five chlldrch 'la music director  for Tocumseh Klemontary , School wliero  she tenches music, social studios, KnglUh  nnd, arithmetic and director of tho choir  at St., Mary's Churi'h, KoiTlsdnlp, ,  ^^Condv\eUnft.,iW^*.��iv o��U^\\opt����t l^iv.,.. s�� m��, _.��  Jnuiyjcnorgctlc-a.iioi'si)i��-.dompi��htr��U��UUioiy--  bho coircjato.', music and social studies so  nonCN   nnd   dnnros   of   Iholr     ,' U,\mV  Inpmpson ,��UK��CHt,ed (ho Hydro  n 9p1nvrwero made u .   lu      ,.Com"��,M,on lk ***** ,0 ��cntl * W������^  '}'.LLfly*.wcr?:^c_0.u,V,"IB:    tivc along to^lHCiiun Ideas for Improving  children  tho  chosen countir  , trallng why immlgronts decided to make  Cnnncln their new home. '     ,  The Pngcnnt wan nn outstnndlng success, with each ethnic group superbly represented, |n.'costume,.danco nnd'nong,  Mrs. Whlteutt's workshop proved , conclusively that music Is no lopgor rcsnnlcd  *��*a..Kn^��7|l\jca^onfi\7'fr^,*bui-~iin"'Opt,n��'tiof>r  along to'discuss Ideas for Improving  village  lighting.   Comm',   Hansen   agreed,  adding thnt at present lights are only n(.'  ,tho end of onclr block, "There should bo  nt least one In between," he commented,  it  was   agreed  Comm. 'Hanson  meet  with n member of Hydro to discuss tho  situation..''���  ^1lcquc'l*1ty���mWlV*t(Will(mTtiUtitrY&m  ,/  \vay-Ui.4iUorttationul.uiiUer��t��nUlng-��nfl-op--^iinllnE^"W  IHJVtuulty, ' ~��oo paoo A-4  1 * -  I!  |i\#^w|  .1.  I ? % ( * 1 fc    (     ��<��(   h   H*f  * 1  tw^u   ,    ***}*���% tdn'  ^'/StyifYi* ���N  I    M',117,  Page A-2 The Peninsula Times, Wed., April 12, 1967  REAL  ESTATE  (cont'd)  |    THEPENItfS^A^yWa       Telephony 885-9654  Classified  TENDERS  Published Wednesdays by th��  Secheit Peninsula  Times'Ltd.,  at  Secheit, BaC.  WORK WANTED  Member, Audit Bureau  of Circulation  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line AdBriefs (15 words)  One   Insertion    , 50c  Three   Insertions    $1.00  Extra lines (5 words) ...���.: 10c  (This rate does not opply to  Commercial Ad-Briefs.)  Box Numbers; .. 10c extra  25c Book-keeping charge is added  for AdBriefs 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  COMMUNITY Club Bazaar and  Tea. May 6 at 2 p.m. in the  Hall at Madeira Park.      236-19  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  ENGAGEMENTS  MR. AND MRS. Charles Hyatt  of Madeira Park, B.C. announce the engagement of their  eldest daughter, Linda Aim to  David Mark Mills of Madeira  Park. The wedding to take  place at 1 p.m., Thursday, April c27th at Bethel,., Baptist,.  ^Mrc^ "214-19'  smtHs  I AM happy to announce my arrival at the home of my new  .parents, -Gerry and- Gordon  Clarke on April 5th, 1967. I was  born March 20th, 1967 and  weighed 7 lb., 10% oz.. We had  a long trip home but my happy  big brother Alphonse was very  giad to meet me. My grandparents are Mrs, Gwen Fretter  and Sir. arid Mrs. Alf Clarke.  My name is Robert Gordon  Clarke. 239-19  ��� ��� ��� -  DEATHS  HELMER���On April 6th, 1967  Jane Godlin Helmer of Trout  Lake Road, Halfmoon Bay. Survived by his loving wife Edna.  Two sons and Five daughters,  fourteen grandchildren. Private  . funeral service was held Friday, April 7th from the Family  Chapel of the Harvey Funeral  Home. Rev, Canon Minto Swan  officiated. Creniation.       220-19  LARGE  machine available for  heavy   clearing   or   grading, .t  Terms    available.    Call    Fred  Schrbeder  885-9690. 58-tfri  WESTERN   and  Cpuntry orchestra for hire. Phone 885-2830.  149-21  j_ .    FRAMING,     finishing,    alterations.    Contract   or    hourly  rates. Phone 886-7168.        93-tfn  D-7 .CAT   for   hire.   Bulldozing  or land clearing.  Phone 886-  9568. 209-20  HELP WANTED  WANTED, faller with own saw.  Phone S83:2419 anytime  after  6   p.m.   April   13th. 2122-19  SCHOOL District No. 46 (Secheit)���There is an immediate.  vacancy for a stenographer at  Secheit Elementary School, to  work all day Mondays and  Thursdays. InteresteiT persons  should contact the Secretary-  Treasurer concerning the salary payable. Written applica->  tions should then be sent to  School District No. 46 (Secheit),  Box 220,   Gibsons,  B.C.    230-19  Mrs. Naidg Wilson  Now 11 years in business.  ON SECHELT PENINSULA  REQUIRES SALAL PICKERS  Phone 885-9746 or write c/o BoA  390,   Secheit. 8987-tfn  CALL I SON EVERGREEN  CO.  Roberts Creek  Salal  Pickers Wanted  ''"'"'"'''''Huclc 34c"Bunch  ���Salal  34c Bunch  Contact plant before  picking  Located at Roberts Creek,  ,���   across street from store.  Phone 886-2633  8519-tfn  FOR RENT  LEICESTER���Accidentally    on  April 3rd, 1967 in'Vancouver  General   Hospital,   Edward   J.  NEW suites, furnished or unfurnished. One bedroom,  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  1 Cormmnjji^Hall. Contact Mr.  Ray Witt, 8_5:9542. 9167-tfn  MODERN units at winter  rates. By day, week or  month. $50 monthly and "?��� Also full trailer hookrups. Mission Point Motel Ltd. 885-9565.  ,8982-tfn  2 BEDROOM   house   at  Half-  ' jnoon Bay. Phone 885-9964 or  88>9|l|. '"       ,'.'..': 1-7. " / 188-20  COMFORTABLE 2 bedroom  ��� house <>n paved road, Porpoise Bay. Fenced'"garden lot.  Priced,, $Q.750 With $1,650 down.  Balance at $50 a month, 6 per  cent int. Phone 885-9392.  192-20   <-, 1 ���  SACRIFICE sale���Secheit area, Davis Bay. 2- bedrooms,  all utilities, few steps to sandy  beach. F.P. $5,500. Terms. Owner Harry Hill, ��85-9764.    .  204-20  WANTED to buy���Waterfront  lot with or without house. Private party. Write Box 184, Peninsula Times, Box 381, Secheit,  B.C. '    184-20  WATERFRONT Lot���Southern  exposure or small acreage.  Ocean view on Sunshine Co^st.  Mr. Paul Decker 434-0584 after  6 p.m. 171-19  WANTED���Waterfront property  between Gibsons and Pender  Harbour suitable for building  cottage. W. Filgiand, 158 West  63rd Ave.., Vancouver, B.C.  183-21  TWO   level   main   road   view  lots I00'x200;' each in Madeira  Park. Water and power. Charles Lee, Madeira Park. Phone*  evenings  883-2607. 166-19 \  40   ACRES--approx.    3,000   ft",  waterfront. Sell all or part interest. Secheit area. Phone 926-  3204 or 987-9695 Vancouver.  .208-22  WANTED���Small acreage or  lot with or without Home anywhere between Langdale and  Madeira Park What have you  to offer? State price, location.  All letters acknowledged. Write  M. Drake, 270 East 13, Vancouver, B.C. "' 213-20  WANTEp, waterfront lot, southern exposure pr small acreage. Ocean view on Sunshine  Coast.' Mr. Paul Decker, 434-  0584 after 6 p.m. 212-20  $50 DOWN, $50 month, lot 55x  ,-,.,.,.-.140*at -Hopkins ^ -10 - mins.: to  Langdale ferry. All services,  F.P. $1600. Box 472, Secheit,  B.C.   Phone   885-9987. 218-19  EWART McMYNN     -  REALTY & INSURANCE  Box 238 Phone 886-2166  Gibsons,  B.C.  A lot of home and'acres too.  Almost new 4 bedroom, half'  basement, 1500 sq. ft. main  floor on five acres half cleared. Terms on $23,000. Less for  cash.  2 bedroom house with a river,  almost 3 acres. Terms on $16,-  000.  For $3,000 or better, a two bed- -<  room 1,000 sq. ft. home, elec-'  ; trie   heating,   F.P.,   view   windows.  Rock Bluff W.F-  TENDERS ; '  Siphopl District No. 4(j (Sechelj;)  Sealed tenders addressed fe  the Secretary-Treasurer, School  District No. 46 (Seehelt), Box  220, Gibsons, B.C. and marked  "Tenders for Site Development,  Gibsons Elementary School"  will be received until 5ib5 p.m.  April 14, 1967.  Drawings and specifications,  are available Aat the Schojpl  Board Office in Gibsons.  ���    <_  The lowest or any tender lyill,  not necessarily be accepted. '  The Board of School Trustees  School District No. 46  (Secheit) Box 220  Gibsons,  B.C.  175 pub. Mar. 29, Ap. 5  CARS and TRUCKS  1961 GMC V_ ton P.U.'rCuStom  cab,  4  speed  trans.   Radio.  Phone 885-9626. 31-tfn  1952   GM   PANEL^'"priced''':fw  quick sale. Phonp 886-7101, "  v /"*���."   iajiritj  195? VdLyQ Spopr' sidi? ^iV  ply Bank of- Mo&ti$&L' Seclp|l  Ph.  885-2221. :'���   '''/'- i7?Q_9  FOR SALE (Contjnuscj)  FRAMING lumber, \��0 ppr M  up, A. Simpkins 885-2132. ,t  .     *     r        *        3-tfn  NAILS $12,, 100' lbs7 Vinyl ~As-  bestqs tiles, 9x9, 10c- each;  12*12,'' 15c- efccb; 9x9 cork tiles,  9c each. * Remnants, Inlaid, 220  yards. Exterior^p��ii)t,or rrjatte  finish $3,95,' reg. $9.'95. Shake  painty $3.95, reg. $7.95. Interior p'ajnt, $3.00* ^nd $4.95 per  gallon. - Large stock of useq  vacuum' cleaners, A-l shape,  $i9.95/an4\p: 1965 9V,'jrojm-  son outboard, like new, $19,5.po.  Benner Bros. Furniture and  Paint Store, Secheit, 885-2058.  124-14  IF   IT'S   suits���it's   Morgans,  885-9330, Secheit, B.C.  8893-tfn  1948 ��� JEEP " '��� staH^fT%gp^^^'  built motor, new pajrit; jo^st  be seen. $450 or suitable tra|ei.  Phone   885-9980.       ��� ~\ " ��� 242-21  1954 FORD 1 "ton on duals7 new  paint  ahd   new   10  ft.   deck  with sides. Good price for cash?  Phone  883.2688. 2^4-19  1964 BISCAWE staUon wago��  -New rubber, air shocks, mirrors, H.P. springs, trailer  hitch, skid rails, 1?,000 miles.  New condition. Will take old  car in trade. Walt Flay, 885-  9535. 226-tfh  from Copping  Motors  Ltd.  The Beetles are in town^  Drop in and meet them in  person  Phone 885-2812   f  244-19  TRAILERS  BIG MAPLE' Motel and Triuler  Court has few spaces with approved facilities available. Ph.  885-9513. 9019-tfn  1963 ESTA Villa 13 ft. Travel  Trailer as new, sleeps 4. Includes equalizer hitch, stove,  sink, ice box. $1150 or close  offer. Phone 885-2829.'       231-2]  BOATS & ENGINES  17'    BOAT    with  trailer. * Phone  885-2919.  cabin    and  885-9557    or  180-19  GOOD   local  Ladner   hay  for  sale, $1 per bale deliveped.^  Phone 946-6568. 9046,-tJn v  3 RppM cabin for salg. ^9 ^e  moved off property, ��500 or  best offer. Phone jp$9f_.a  .�� VQM-  dlllfltte  suite,  p^-flime  apjd sun��hj|^e yeildw. $30. .^|��r  ELEC^pf^: accessories an<i  . waxB^'^rg'|y^i|��bie at',E^M  Qropeiy     an|     Confectipnery  Store,. Secheli. Phone' 885-9414".  . "'" 4-tfn  % BED and mattress with vanity dresser. Almost nevv, $65.  Medium size fridge, $49.50. 17"  Philips Ty and stand, $50. GE  vacuum $30. Polisher, double  brush $15. Utility table with 3  shelves  $8.  885-2207.       '������ 240:19  3 USED wash,��r��, clear qM $10  e^cli. TJs6d electric range $35.  Wanted: used fridges and TV's.  Trade now, \yhjle tracte-in ���yal;, ,  ues - arB highf "^trl#r,s'' HartC -  ware,  Secheit.   Phone  885-2171.  243-tfn  LARGE    Rotofiller    for    sale.  7 r Sn^all repairs needed^ Phpne r  885-9604. 225-19  ELECTRIC   rangette   $20.    Oil  heater $15 and electric range  $50.  Phone. 886-2098. 224-19  21"  SILVERTONE TV in good  going order. $50. 886-2688.  235-19  IF YOU want a boat, ro$, reel,  tackle,  appliances,  carpentry  and garden tools,  go to  Eqrls  in   Gibsons,   886-9600. 237-19  CAT   D7:3T.   Excellent   condition.  Phone 886-9568.       211-20  COLEMAN floor furnace- excellent condition. Ideal summer  home or small house. Priced  for quick sale. 885-2878.  :      '    219-19  DoJ Wortman 886-2393  Jack   Warn  886-2681  238-19  ONfE bedroom unfurnished apartment. $75 mo. Phone 885-  Leicester qf 8650 .Selkirk Street/   93^4, .���,     ,.,,,,''   , >26^20 ,  Formerly of 4076 West"27th Av-    ~������^���^���    ���������...���  enue, aged 82. Pre-deceased by  . his loving wife ^ne Hannah on  . September 2)st, 1966, Survived  by three daughters, Mrs. Glen  (Constance) McDonald, Wilson  'Creek, B.C., Mrs. Charles K.  (Winifred) Mason, Vancouver,  Mrs. R, Brian (Vera) Parsons,  North Burnaby; one sister,  Mrs. Maty E. (Minnie) Dunn,  Vancouver; six grandchildren,  five great grandchildren; one  nephew and .three cousins in  Liverpool, Eng. ' Funeral service was held Saturday, April  8th at 11:30 a.m. from the Family, Chapel of the Harvey Funeral HomC'Rcy. M, Cameron  officiated, Inter.ment; family;���  plot Seaview Cemetery.   /  221-19  2 BEDROOM house to rent 'at  Selma Park, unfurnished, $75  monthly.  885-9689/ 241-19  HOUSEKEEPING room, clean,  warm.   Private   entrance   at  Selma Park. Suit gent. 885-9535.  '���';"���- ������ ���"��� ''���"���* 1 227-tfn"  SINGLE bedroom suite in Secheit, $50, Phone v 885-9662.  1 273-tfn  RJEAL ESTATE  25 ACRES , choice  property; In  Village of'��� Secheit. 1 Make excellent view subdivision, $16,000  Box 381, Secholt B.C.      2?8-tfn  PERSONAL  SPRING   cleaning?   Don't   for-  ,   get    the    Secholt    Kinsmen  White E|ephant sale.        30-tfn  PRIPE; OF SUNSHINE  COAST  WEST SECHELT-New 1000' of  luxurious living, Carpets, hard"  wood floors, fireplace, 18x30 living room; panoramic view of   onrtcrms,  Gulf and Trnll Islands. 100' wa  terfront,   double   carport.   To  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  Realty  &  Insurance  Box 155 Secheit,  B.C.  Phone: Off ice, 885-2161  See our listing under the date  ,   pad.  ������' 7.":\:\;'y.'',ryy':. ���:������' ������; ������.'-��� 21'7:tfn"  EGMONT: Over 100' deep water anchorage, float in, good  beach adjoining. '3 bdrm yr  round home, Mi base with Ar  oil furnace, garage, only $14r  000.       /  ���..-,- ".U7a.���. -,  ,.*,.,   HALFMOON BAY, area, complete privacy on 189' cholqe  beach property, over 2 ac, at?  tractive home consists 5 lovely  rooms on main floor, finished  extra bedroom and billiard  room, A-oll heat In base area,  covered Rar-B-Q in lovely gar-,,  den, jCurnlshed .beach cottage,  dble garage, workshop, Top  value here,  SELMA PARK -, Delightfully  modefii, y|ew living rm, klfoh-  on and dining area, f. lovoly  bdrnis, utility, garage and  storage, private pat|p, Jgo view  lot, small gMcst cottflgo, $10,800  17  FT.  Fibreglass  speed boat,  hardtop with 60 h.p. Mercury ���  for sale or swap for half ton  pick up or car. 886-2924,  ;::': -      i69^i9f  14' 8" FARRELt built deep V  runabout,  40 hp Johnson el-  . ectric  start,, Wide, beam.  Safe  boat with convt. top and trailer.  $875.  Phone 885-2829. 232-21  16' CLINiCER built pabin cruiser, 9 hp Brlggs find Stratton  LEGAL HPTICES  NOTICE  TO  CONTRACTORS  ���  r. ; ,''SNAG'.'FALLING;:���;:,'���.:'.^'.  Sealed tender's will be received by the' Cjiief Forester up to  ��:30 p.m., April 27tl|, 1967 *or,  a sriag-fallihg contract on 387  ^pres, more or les��, siti|8led  im Qnw Creel^, Sec^ejt; R8n-  ! ^ep District.  Pf,rtj(?Ui^rs xom ^q p^fned   :      A l_ j. I   ______���_���_��'__._ 1 .       , ' '     ��� m    - '' .  motor,   fully   equipped.   First    frpnj^ the ^hder'^gnpd or from  class condition. F0r qujck sale,    ^e ^p^t Rapgfjr ^t ��ephpl|,  $375, H. A, Hill, 885-9764.   233-20  WANTEP TQ BUY  KID GOATS wanted. Phone G.  Charman  886-9862,      ��� 182-20  9'  B.C.  As a seenrHy ^posji; t|)e con-  J-r^ptor rnus,t fpriypd; wjtl), th,P  tender a portlfjed phegije,' pa,y-  3l?le to the .YlJnMPr of'Finance,  in the siim of flyp porcpni��of  ^e tplfll bi(l prlpp. ,.;,  Pflympnts wlH lip irifKlP In. fw-  ��� _____ _,  QtflUments to ibc< wprH nrps^s-  58   FORD  Falrlanc,   332   V-8    ses, and as $' i^urfher gua.'ran-  automatlc. Jtadioand heater    tep   ol* jiprfprmflUPPi   fl   .#$  SWAP  fpj' pick MR of equfil .Valu'p, pi),  886-9508.    ' 210-20  FOR SALE  Vv $250.00, JlEWAItD   offered   for - -  Pm\,>> Information   leading   to   the    SCfl, lH tX) l>uy- Afiklhg8 $^,7,000,  convictIpn ;of<<persons^tcspm^'^'^t:.^. ,1<3rmfiil  Ible  for removal)bt  antiques    New on vlp\v lot, ?  bedroom  ROBERTS   CREEICr-Immacia-ii  oto-T-Bummoiwcottogo,��� close **to  good   beach,   V*  ac,,   parkllko  grounds, Termo on ^0,000. ���������>������  back wl|| be rp'fa|nbd on t|io  firs): pftyment nmoimllns to  three porce|it of, the total bid.  Tills hol^bapk a^d the security  flppqsit   w|ll  bo   returned   qn  USI-D pwer saws |or sale. AU sa^irfnctpry ppmplptlon of tho  makes and sizes, Chain Saw 1 ppntr��ct,  Centre, Secheit, 885-p(J20 ,      Tenderers    nr*   ndylspd  thp  ' ��QP��-tfn   pqnjrftpfflr \n jq noy cnmnpnin-  SINGLE drum' Wlnph, Vr8 inq- Mflfl    WWe^mppfs   f||rpct|y   lo  tor good for boom winch with" |?��   WW' Pprnpopsatlpn  ,400, ft, half Inch lino. Charles 8P����� (  And ,'hf>f   t|w   tcijdpr  l:��'J'1i��lra   Park. !   Phono ShflHld 4f��!fM|l��  n|o npcouitt.  W  "fiW:2C07;  TT  fftlH'flT  JM^*i!<a|��4$ttiM-l!llta(MM��f ^MiAll*  and pictures,'.,from a house at   cottage, olcptrlp heat, lil��rtwop4!/'^WPTS ' OWBE^WoH   'oc  Hopkins Landing, B.C.  l'lcase    floor In living rpom. Good terms'-��������<;<�� M '  contact   HCMP   Hcadquartera,   on $12,900  Gibsons, U,C,   where   information will bq treated Jr��, conf|tl-  cncP.        ,.;,,li!,,,i ���. .,..������ 9204-tf n,  WHY endurp what perhaps nature pan ciirp? Herbal mcdl-  ���!- I'     Dqvis Bay     ;, (  Immaculate 3 liedrpom on cor- , r,rnQnKrCL11j,  ,*_,���,   rtrtMnrtn' rt,  nor lot, Dandy view and ono Grasoy?-* ��� worn   cottage o-  block to beach, 1 block to school "w^'.;'�� ���   convenient  . ��� ,,       ,, ������ M :            -     and 2 blocks, to NhopplnK. Very ^ ��.���� ���� ,(,,*niH'   ,  ^��nn"aS,teiy'^co^S    Tt   ^   $,��'^   wMh   ^ ' ��mSONS~$2500    down    filve��  ^ZtaTm^iiMiln^   ' W"' po��H0��Hlon lmmaculnlo 4 room  P.O.  Box  3178, MZncVburg,;    Hustle Ix,<lgo on W5 ncrc��, 7 home on lgo view lot, convon-  South Africa,    io   uZlm   ^roomn, .18x22 dining  room gj}^"^"! ���?nC;I^,v-l.nn,.I 'TBI?  this JaCWfiPftppr.   7     ,     7(i.]5 .��� ,0��^P. .wltli,;;f|rftplace,   Ht{��ff ^n^0^;���.. cnrpot^ nnd flro- ���  , ONI3    planb,    gqod   condition,  1948 Prefect, now paint, good  iriotor, needs roar end, Phono  885-2278 nftcrC p.m.      ' 270-2P  ^M.W_^l..|lW..--pl|_rfW._-ll-hlll-W<M|-.l..l|l._.����.l��-Ml<-��-.Wl--"l.|-l      11.11     ���       I  JAY PEE USED  .'..;.   ., FURNITURE.  .  convenient   location     Phono 886-2346. Glbsoris  --��� ' -������ '��� [  Next to Ken's Pprklng  142-tfll  ac, a bdrm house re-  c|ulrcs some finish, Heavy wlr>  Ing, $0,500 V,p,\ terms considered,  ' rroonls.' Moiin'tajn1 v'leW.1. privacy,    plncqj, I>rlght  kitchen   situated  "*��� jnnda.cn bed "^  ^tages, double��g(��rago, Could bo;    pnnonlmlc vlow, A-oll .furnace  ^I'V  y^BMrfeivf^T^Wa *jf(f  ^ S^ii, )f f <( f^s t^Si^lnK^iWi  .. '.LOST,on 1'bul-flday In business -. ]ioago;.;���.: iworalnft^^'^bo; .... - roHt - ^}M baKomont.  block,   , Secholt.    penHlonor'N    ,,OI"0�� OH oxcIubIvo club. A��k-  , black'purse containing sum-of   ,n^ ?2fl,000,  pdHrilpB'j ��niu!p m m flip ftiw  fluppllcd for quoting,  and unless thqt form Is properly ��lsn^-  cd fliid pomploted as "Indicated  thereon and, nccompnnled with  tho fippurlty deport, "  Thp lowest or any tender not  noccssqrlly-.bo accepted.   ^  Tendpri} milHt,.bq fiiibiriltlfid  Ip, thp tender enyeltjpo marked  "���Tender for finag-falllng."  ' >r  iMarlnP Building  Vflnpqi|vcr 1, 11,0,  if, ,n. FonsR,  Dfstrlct   Forester,  223rji>i|l).,Ap,,l2, *07  j t  i' I ,\1\ * i, 5:��-vi,i>- 'i },$l*___  x>'   Wad yry-l  Importance oi salmon  \  'a   li\\,alK   ^  ���     t     ���  111   u   a  >-afrt-*-~-+-  >   tv\< ��  Position clanfifed with  regard to Strait angHng  'yi  V  CLARIFICATIQJf   of  tjie   pQsitiiJR   of  %  :  Federal Department of Fisheries * with  regard to salmon angling and' commercial'  fishing on the Canadian side of the Strait"  of Juan De Puca was made by Deputy -  Minister pf Fisheries Dr. A. yt. H. Reedier.  Discussions on fishing in the area concerned took place on February 27 with-  the amalgamated conservation society of  Victoria, and last week with representa-,  tiyes of the' British Columbia Wildlife  Federation and the United Fishermen and  Allied Workers Union in Vancouver.  importance;  Dr. Needier emphasized that the department recognized *,the importance of  salmon a>ngling in tile Victoria area, and  of the commercial enterprises associated  with it. He also noted the downward trend  of salmon catches by anglers while the commercial catches of coho were increasing in  the strait area. \t  x The Amalgamated Conservation Society, and a number of its affiliated asso-  cia|ipns, strongly advocated a* ty/p;rhile,  ne&free corridor, exclusively for ghgUng,  along the Strait of Juan De FuPa, fir.  Needier ppinted put that tbjs jwbuhj,���.. not  produce the desired benefits for thp following reasons: - .'.'���'    /  '1. Mucli; of the angling ih the ear|y p^rt  of the year in the area of concern is ba^ed  on resident stocks of salmon not seriously  affected by the commercial fishery.  2.  Net fishing is  responsible for  only  one-quarter of the commercial coho catches  in the approaches to Juan De Fuca Strait.  The troll fishery is the major factor, as it  takes   three-quarters   of   the   coho   catch.  While both the troll and gillnet catches had  shown sharp upward trends, this had not  been th. case with the purse seiners./The  emphasis being placed by anglers' on^the  net. fishery is misleading, and holding,the  seiners responsible for the drop in'*ahgling  catche��..,is .particularly unrealistic......  --^"^n��<'*''th;i^e''i,s''iijp thorough detailed  . knowiedg^f coho movements in the Strait  of Juan De Fuca, there is every reason  to believe that there is considerable cross-  strait movement, and that coho do not  move along parallel courses. This means  that- the proposed net-free corridorf if  coupled with a compensatory increase in  cbmmercial fishing time (which spirie  spokesman for anglers suggested) gives no  assurance of increased availability of fish  for anglers in the Victoria area.  STOCKS HIGH  Dr. Needier pointed out that the stocks  of coho in the area had never been higher than in' recent years. If is clear, he said,  however, that commercial fishing in the  immediate vicinity of angling does dp-  crease the anglers' opportunity to catch  fish, and the department is giving careful  ' consideration to closing in the near future  area 19, and nossibly a small part of the  eastern section of area 20; to all .commercial salmon fishing.  Area 19 covers the Canadian part of the  . Strait of Juan De Fuca lying east from  William! 'Head on Vancouver . Island to  Curteis Pqirit on Saanicli iPeninsuia- Area  20 lies west of William Head. Tnere are  already similar restrictions jn other British  Columbia  waters.  "Better knowledge of the mbyement of  coho apd their availability to the hook and  line sport,s fisherman is an important .requirement,", said Dr. Needier, "and pjins  are being made, to investigate the situaUpn  IlKjrqUgldy ip tbe bope that.a.��dlution^canj  be'found 'for the anglers' difficulty, which  will riot interfere wfth' the important o'ppor*'  tunity of > commercial fishermen 'to catah  aU species of salmon in the'strait.?'     <J  ' \     *  INCIPENTAL CATCHES .   J  "'('Anglers, commercial fishermen and  the department are all unanimous in wanting to keep incidental catches of immature  salmon by the herring fishery at a minimum," said the deputy minister. He drew  attention to the fact that when "pitlamps"  were in use it made it difficult to. control  the intensity of fishing for Herring as the  lamps were effective even when the herring stocks were at a low level.  v  J7  IPQIE^S   COfi��BB��E��  THE NEW CAR -by Benny (Buddy) Pfiul  Qh, how^pyful is the feeling   .  When you buy a brand new car  And your hear,t begins to travel """'"���*"  Tin a distant star      ;  Sitting in your shiny aytp  You will dream upon the day  Of the ocean and the mountains  lying far away  And yqu inst,jjn}y are longing  For the glowing golden sun  And the satin deep blue heaven  Where the stars are strung '������'.'  And you listen to the motor  Purring Ijke a pussy cat  Ahd ybu'wonde'r if your auto  To the moOn can scat  Oh, how joyful is the feeling  When a brand new car you buy  "  And your frjends admiration        '  On your purchase sigh.  SUNSHINE COAST  G&SP^LWiJRCH  (Undenominational)  Sunday School 10:00 o.m.  Church Service 11:15 a.m.  PASTOR REV. S. CASSEliS  Wilson Creek Community Hall  ,:..��� y, ������'.. Davis Bay Road   ..  St. John's United Church  Wilson Creek, B.C.  Sundoy School���9:45 o.m.  Divine Worship���11:15 a.m.  Led by Miss H. E. Campbell  Except on 2nd*Sundciy each month  Family Servicer���11:15 o.m.  Divine Service���r3:30 p,m.  Led by Rev, W. M-^o^eron'  mHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  SERVICE: "��� '        SECHELT  Sunday School���10:00 a.m.  Church Soryico-��� 11:15 a.m.  Prpyer ��� Wednesday 7:30p.m.  REV. A. WILLIS, PASTOR  You qre invited jo attend any or each service  -^  SECHELT AGENCIES DATE PAD  ��� This free rernjnfler of coming events, is a sery|cp pf - SEGf-iELT AGEfSGI ES  LTD. Phone peqinSMlp Time^ direct fop frep |i^inQS/.specifylrtg "Dafo  faq"f. Please nofe that space |s limited qpd same pdyancc dates mPY  have to wa)t theiir'furfi; qlsp thot thi* is a "reminder" listing only and  cannot always carry full details,  \  April j^���2-4 p,m, St. Bartholomew's, Gjibsons. AQW Spring Tea,  April, 14��� 16 a.m.-12 noon Gibsons Un)fed Church Centre. Thrift, Sq|e.  April l5-r-|0fl,m.:4 p.m. Hospital Cottage, Secheit. Thrift,Shop.'-, .  April IS���2 p.m. Madeira Park Community Hall, Contonnlol Spring Tea.  Aprjl 18-78, p.m- Elphinstone Mbrary, Gibsons P-TA meeting.   ,  April 19��� II a.m". Legion Haiti Secheit. Rnrprnqgo Sa|o,  April 21 ���-2 p.m.-4 p,m, St Allan's, Hall, Roborts Crcok. St. poorno's  Pay Tea.  April 22W "p.m. Wilson Creek Comm. Hall. Chinese Smorgasbord and  ��� ������. Uanco, ��� ���, ,     ��� .   ���,        I ���������.,..',:  '    2 DEDROOM HOMSR, NICP l.OCATION, PAVIS BAY, FUI-I,  BASIMSNT WITH NfW 0||. fURNACB,  fRItCED JO SRL|-  |4,0PP  POWN. CALL ?. SURTCES Q03-9303.  (M����hfl No, 434^)  j���(l|��Wi1l>����[*3*t^UW>f��^A^��l��l<^      llMli^A��aVl^^bJ^i7*l*i*���IWH*B^l��it^7�� WJ#**J!a^^  t Phono 085-2161  MulHpIo LUtlnfl 5ory|cp  Yancpuyof Real Eitatp  Bpard  J  il   . t -. ^KtSrB��al��iH'*'*lil~f i��l  AGENCIES LTD.  ��(t f,  Tlio Times, office,,     .. ������ ioo-io ,... ���M.r..Ti..w,T���^.." .,,,.������Z.���4--^-  ��� 1 _-,  W.F, lot,Selma Purlc ��� $5000.  _X)ST 12' Aluminum boat. wM\ T nTli'��� nii,  . fvra  ���nr... ��..^  ' sot onr�� from ��nr��nln Ilnr- \Pa% (^.,/H'S,Fn0M *m   >ur,  now��M.'Phon6 .01-9848 M,,ny lo.c,,poso k(m-     '"'  ���  ..CoUpCr,                 ;,      2J010 Harry Gre9ory���885.9392  pfmrHrrp** ������* mmmmmmmmmmxmmAwmmmmmm ���������, ���..,.. ������.���_, kmm '  WANTEt)                        . ���   H. B. GORDON A  '.           .     : :  ,'KENNETT LTD, *  TWO ducks, Ulso bantam lions. Sorhell, B.C. '               h8r)-2on  ���*���'    <W5>m8. ���           ;';      '       215-10 ..            '       irj7.l8  '^'���"  K. BUTLER REALTY  :��rAUNSURANCE^  J^^JalMortti^BbQ^^  ' Tho ProftroHHlVo Ronltor  220-1 ft  SmSONS,   BulldlnR    fiuppllon  I.t<|,   880-2042,   QlbsonH,   15,0.  Quality Rondy-mlxcd   concroto.  Korvliif? lho area for 20 yoarN,  Point - plbreglas?v; Rope  k.Coriyo8---Boot-Hardworo---'''j"  Hklinllvflrfi   and   firemen,   Air  tanks, Sk!ndlvor��iayall(tblo for  ������'-'��� r     HalvaKO vyork,  /WALTNYGREN SAl-ES  \  y LTD.  Gibsons, B.C,  fhono 88^-9303  -iis-tfr  i,..||.  iaai| *��| ���  'i]il i  i[     ii^i_  D ,'U "i ��� i ",���?���  Tho    :  Analican Church  pF CANAPA  T"'RceiOfrRWrR:TOfryTcnkir  ���   ' Plapnai-S85-9793��=���=   SAINT (HILDA'S���SECHELT  BjOQ o,m. Every Siindoy  9,30 a.m. Church School    ���  11100 a,m, 2nd, 4th, 5th Sundays     ���  7(30 p,m,"l*rjqnf| 3r<l SMnVloy^  ^cryjcfls h||<j _rb��LMj-rly ^  (5ARPEN 1'AY? R'PlprtOOTFS' on^i' EGMONT  For In/prmotlon pl^ne 885-97��3  Ey#ry W^*��rfny IP $\m.\ip\y Commnn|or��  1^-:* i ��ifWjfliWSMW?!'  ���^���'-s--;  "���-���������'���   PORPOISE DAY  , l,,30)..iqcrp&���'2   bc<|foom   home,    156'  furlhor doyolopmont. ,$7,00P down, $15,-1  000 F,P, (No, 4^33). Coll E, Surtocs ��05-  ",',", .9303, '    (  /, '       ,  WEST SECHELT  _,S.room hoMsa with iwtodl>a*<>m��nt ��wlt��."  Wakefield   Dl&.r.ct,   $7,500'^.P.   (No,  w-"^36) CoirErSiJrtfiosi 80p303: 7 "  BARGAIN HAROOljR  300' waterfront, about 3 acrofi, lovol with  5 roomod |)oti|ii, Good buy for fl��h��rrhan  or bootmon (Ho. 413), Call E, t5urt��oi,  .     805-9303.  Secholt bmlneis block, rcol valuo, fiitcpd  to sell. Good terrm, J. Andcrsoria / '"'  ���      005-2053.         ��� '        ���    -              ��� ���'    I "f"  aCowrlo.St,, modorn 2 bodroom bungolow."  3 D plus laundry ond work'room In baso-  ment, Beautiful trcod, |andsoopo<l lot,  >pav��| drive, Only $15,900 easy tormv  J, Andorwn, flflB-2053.  .'���,.������, irji        ���  Secret Boy, Egmont, 165' waterfront plug  ���'i2"renm'70araaflfr'FlibBrmo  ,.�����,Ideal motel or trailer court tlte, Only���-  $ 11,000 eaiy forms, J. Anderson,  085-2653 (No, 391).  1  *    I '  Excellent -'modern homo, "3 bedroom?. I\f  Oil furnace,' landscape, Shop & baropo,  Term* arranged��� or co��h'$15,000, Col  Bob Kent r��n��� 885-9461 (No. 419)/  OvyrRyPMr own  business,  Plorut' Shop.  Lorg*,' turnover,' (Wlrp' H>rv)c��j' $5,00Q  will handle, For fVirther detolUdoll Bob  ���   Kent, ^..88^9461. (Ho. Am  '  ______.! LA   ^siftrfWffrWr it l,tWi��MWW!^i(^  ,7,7,,  'tv ��� '  !'  #**V 7   il '  .  *,.'.    i 3���. \9mMSll 7 * "I      if   i. .  / '  \:j  i  1  *<"'#,!�� 7",'-��  V'* * 1< ��  ���<1*1 *' ��   C a�� l�� >' l" I" a 7^ ��. ',   ,  I    I  u 7  i. I.. I I  ,--    '  -'.   '  ' Ii  ���/  js,-**-*^-*. ** f,^ -*v^ ���* j��, w*^ j^v-v^ *tj.iv>v^*Vfty^Jtiyy��'iy'?��Vfc=%^^'^t��*^^fw����'^MT-a--ip; j^  Ml  5  ?  5  ��� *���  71 presefr. .  Elphinstone Chapter 65 OES  attends impressive ceremony  SEVENTY-QttE persons attended a be^uti-    Shaw,  Associate  Martotf EitfUy'  Quiffley  fuland impressive ceremony at Roberts . Associ^g Patron Robert Quigley.-Seeretarj  Cre��,k Masohio HaU on Thursday,  April,- Joseph 'Mylrote, V.M., Treasurer'Ir��ap  t. ...ti._ ��,-.�� tiw: _��?.,.. - -���        Co|erJd��ek Conductress "Alice Hough, Asst  Cond\iotreSs Gladys Booker, Chaplain, Mar  jorie fLuekJey, Marshall Amy Zeron, Organ  ist Caryl Cameron, Adah, Heather Gfoeghe  gan;,R;Uth, Phyllis Pearson; Esther, Mar  garet Truejnan; Martha, Nancy Douglas  Electa, Wilm,a Morrison; Warder, Dena  Bing; Sentinel,' Alex Aitchison.  FollovyiPg the ceremony members proceeded to'ihe banquet hall where tables  were most tastefully decorated with spring  blossoms and Sister Franske's Club Em  blem of a white rose on a golden sheaf.  Everyone enjoyed the delicious lunch  andN the opportunity to chat with olJ.  friends.  6 with a PGM Wimogene Kirkham of Vancouver conducted the Installation of officer, of Elphinstone Chapter No. 65, OES.  Sister C. Franske was installed as  Worthy Matron and guests from Vancouver  and from, Pender Harbour* to Port Mellon  joined with members to witness the ceremony.  Grand representatives were P. M. Jessie Moyles, representing Mississippi, P. M.  Stella Kelland representing Manitoba; P.M.  Eleanor Stevens representing New Jersey  and P.M. Bessie Shaw representing New  Brunswick.  Officers installed were: Worthy Matron  Catherine Franske, Worthy Patron Edward  MURRAY'S GARDEN & PET  SUPPLIES  LANDSCAPING- PRUNING  Gower Point Rood  Gibsons, B.C. - Diol 886-2919  DIAMOND W BUILDING SUPPLIES  Dealers for Westcraft Windows  Benjamin Moore Paints arid all  Building Supplies   ,  Open Fridays to 9:00 p.m.  885-9704 - Wilson Creek  Phone 885-2818  NITA'S BEAUTY SALON  Open ��n the Benner Block.,  "' r    Secheit, B;C. '"'"'  PERMANENT WAVES -r TINTS  HAIR CUT ��� STYLING ������ SHAPING  9 a.m. to ,5 p.m. Tuesday ��� Saturday  TASELLA SHOPPE  ���"*'Tadli��s/"-',Men's - Children's Wear  Yard Goods - Bedding - Linens  Dial 885-9331 - Secheit, B.C.  RAY NEWMAN PLUMBING   " ���:���'-��� SAIMS VSJEKVICE "^   HOT WATER HEATING  BUILDING & ALTERATIONS  Davis  Bay  Rd.,   R.R.   I,  Secheit  " Phone 885-2116 '  Scows���-Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving & Log Towing  L. HIGGS  Phone 885-9425  PARKINSON^S^^TiKG LTD.  ESSO OIL FURNACES  No down paymorjt-^nk interest -  Ten years tp-fcdy.  Complete line of appliances  For free ettimate���Coll 886-2728  L. & H. SWANSON LTD.  Septic Tanks and Drain Fields - BacMioc and  ..,,'.        Front End Loader Wo*.       .;.  Screened Cement Gravel - Fill and Road Grovel.  Phone 885-9666 - Box 172 - Sefhell  HARTLES MASONRY  Fireplaces ? Planters -B|bck,work  "Quality Workmanship - Free Estimates  Phone 886-2586  /';, A   ,��� ,   , , _; ,    ....  MADKRA MARINA  ,    Madeira Park, B.C. .......  Your OMC Sorvlco Centre - Peninsula Evlnrude  Dealer - Cabins - Trallors 8, Hook-up - Camp  Sltc$ - Trailer Court - Launchlna Romp  Phone 883-2266  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE  AND CABINET SHOP  Custom cabinetry for homo and office  ',  v:       ;.,,:,'   .   KHdhon Specialists���A  R, BlrMn, Beach Ave., Roberts Crook  Phone 886-2551  .  AM_ <_������������      11 "i i n    i iB i  ��� mm m immhmw iii in i * i in* i it ii mi i ��� in I U>*M* mmmm**mmim���m i M�� i   " ���-   im ���' ��������-������ �����  GIBSON GIRL BEAUTY SALON  Gibsons Village  it *  Exports'at cuts; colff and colour  Custom Perms ��� Phono 886-2120  (CLOSED MONDAY)  i��iiiw��^ii*ii*(|i(Wp^^  TWIN CREEK LUMBER  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  Dial 886-2808  When You Need Building Supplies  Give Us A Call.  FREE ESTIMATES  BOAT OWNEJtS  Consult Capr. W. Y. Higgs  it  Box 339, Gibsons, B.C. ��� 886-9546  Re INSURANCECL_AfMS  ' BOaAT0 SALES ���"'���     /  y*y-7i^ft^ii&-..  TOPPING 6*REMOVING LOWER'LlMBS  FOR VIEW.  Insured work from Port Mellon to  Pender Harbour  PV SiRVlCES LTD.  Morven Volen 886-9946  Diaby Porter 886-9615  ^Bmm^m^mmmmi^^^mmmmmmmmjmm^mmm'mm^mmimKmmmmmmtmMimummmm.^mmmmimm'^^K^mmmm  PORPOISE BAY WATER TAXI  Charter Trips r Scenic Tours  Phone 885-2828  ,.,���,.^v..._^,,ui.pr��R��dio,.Mar.-'Pee.7.----   PENINSULA  BUILDING SUPPLY LTD.  Phone Secheit 885-9669  "THE HOUSE WITH A HEART"  E. J. Caldwell, Prop. - Box ?7, Secheit, B.C.  Phone 885-2062  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS  APPLIANCES ��� ELECTRIC HEAT  Phone 885-2062  '.        '   ",' "    '    ���         ..'���        "  "   .?7"���l^       '"    ���'���'"        " '���' ,  ELECTRA-CLEAN  ,,., JUphpl|t?ry Cleaning - Carpets  Furniture - Rugs  For appointment Phone 886-9890  THE BEST IN LADIES' WEAR  THE fOGGERY SHOP  Cowrie Street/Secheit  '    Phone 885-2063  '��� wmBmummimmmfiMivmm^mfinm ,\mHmmimmn^mmmmmm0mM�� ..i.iii. n-'.i���i.ii. i,..n .._l._  *  JOHN DE KLEER  Building Contracting  Secheit, R.R. 1 Davis pay Road  Phone 885-2050  TREE SERVICES  Falling, Topping, Limbing for view.  AlY work insured;.  Full Information  Phone 886-2343  ARNOLD BLQMGREN  .John Hind-Smith  REFRIGERATION  PORT MELLON ;  Tt> PENDER HAHBOUR  Phone 886-2231  from 9 a.m. to 5;30 p.m.  Res. BB6.9949 ; ,  C & S SALES  SECHELT,' BiC  APPLIANCES ���'-��� HARDWARE  HOME^FURNISHINGS  Phono 885-9713  - Music workshop  DR. ULOYD Slind of UBC and.Mfs.' is evident in .this picture featuring  O. Whitcutt, music director, of Miss Louise Lennie, Miss Linda Link-  fecumseh Elementary School, !Van- later, Mrs. M. Neilsen," Mrs. O. Whit-  couver, conducted. a worfcsliop on cutt, Dr. Slind, Mrs. Joan Warn arid  Social Studies and Music in Secheit Sue Carmody. t*  last week. Success of the,workshop  . i  _    . i   . ��� .       .i���  ��� i   .     - - - ��� -       - *    ���   ���-������.-������������ ��� ���       .  I-... ���-���.   _*..���  $22b000 goal . �� .  Ceiiteniiial Pool Conimittee  one fhM slio&l d toid  ,  Gi_53QNS-^i>rt   ���MeUbirl; Centeiifaial" S,y/im  ,J>obl fCoirimittee is  steaiiilyv narroT^ing  the\gap between^Ha_-,available atid tar-  fund. Also, the^exisiiijg/jscUciopcutHculjin-  allows for swimming instructibn"to"'be included for which thef school bdard'will-pay  a. _r i t - " -i-t   \_ j?      rtv*    i_.t�� j  get;of a fitHe/mdjre^tipfe^ towards pool upkeep. ^Fejes for^ublic ad- ) such diversified activities  as  totem pole  The Peninsula Times Poge A-3^  '  WednesJoy/April \%, 11967   -  Davis' Diary   '7  ' ���by JacfiVayis, M.P.  Y  AT LAST! Ottawa has -made a concrete  offer to help span the narrow?. The  federal government has 'admitted, that it x  has a responsibility,, measurable ih dollars <  and cents, to help pay for the new crossing over Vancouver Harbour at Brockton  Point.-  Ottawa should help out. It should help  out because ours is a "national harbor." A  crossing over our harbor should be, -to ,  some extent at least, "a work for the  general advantage of Canada." This means  that the federal taxpayer should help to  pay for the ��85 million bridge tunnel complex which must soon be built at First  Narrows.  There are some precedents of course.  Ottawa has helped to build two bridges  ^. -       across the national harbor in Montreal. It  Mammoth Scout Show ___*_.h_5_to build anoaier briage  PNE grounds April 22  ^'CENTENNIAL Scouting in Action," the  ' largest Scouting show in western Canada, will be held at the Pure Poods and  Siiowmart Buildings, PNE Grounds, on  SaWda'y, April 22, 1967, from 1:00 to 10:00  p.m. ,  Over 5,000 Boy Scouts, Venturers' Cubs  and Rovers will be participating creating  a carnival atmosphere for other Cubs,  Scouts, Venturers, Rovers, parent and relatives and the general public. This one-day  show of camping, outdoors, hobbies and  character building activities, is expected to  draw crowds oi over 30,000 spectators.  The show, celebrating Centennial Year,  will have among the hundreds of exhibits,  ;  "/;i*fi  i i >  A' j       J  -rt-  77 j >  v  capital oil'bahd-stait'ding at"$_4;207;  Contributions donated and' raised ;tb'diate  iriclude: -   ' .-;.::'.-...-, ....x 1..,. y ,. , ,. .w  GIBSONS��� ^-   ' "'"������' '���'���.,'���"  -.'���  -         t    .Vj,-:>- -   ���  P_d6ral, ahd ; Provincial L Grant"  __,-"- :$2i_08  Area- Matching Grant ;--���--���--  ���._ .1,8188  Gibsons Council Contribution ...      2>000  PORT MELLON  Federal and Provincial Grants  ^T"1^"  Matching Grants   ���   ..     450  Port Mellon . Community Assoc.  ���..   3,500  GENERAL  Elphinstone Students Council _.  __���     60&  Gibsons- Volunteer-Firemen -._-  __���___-��� ';500  Canadian Forest Products Ltd.  -���     30Q        200  Kiwanis   Club   ___.   ._...     200  Gibsons PTA __~_ ^_.  _���     100  Gibsons Centennial Com.  __.  - -      96  LA Canadian Legion _          50  Gibsons  Garden Club    -  ���-.     25  Roberts Creek Teen Club ____.  _.���      16  Pool Committee Fund Raising . $13,438  Best of  Barkerville   .-.$376  Night in India���.   61  Costume Dance  __!    51  Dive In Dinner _....._   26 514  Individual Donations from $5 to $50     "255  mission will-'bring-more revenuer The r_st  of7money should be raised by local fund  xais^g^rojiects..^^ ���', ���;' . ^ ,..^ j.'^...-./  ^77'  7Q; Will thes Pool oisie^-Jo^^^^ti^.e,  A. No. The Pool-'will only be filled once  or tivice' per year and the water keptpufe  by clMiilatidn:':taroug_L^'':''i5lier- atfd  addition of chemical.  Q. What will it cost to run the pool?  '"' Af���A-similar'' pool ^at' Squamish costs  $625 per month when in use, of which $400  was ������lbrt|fe'v^i^y"''of''--&e-y:Ufeguard and  $225 -for * chemicals and equipment. Remember &at.iM.<cQ|^d^rat|l^, mpiiiey-_|s al^,  ready sjpeiitiSr^sumhier swimming instruc-  tprs and ..that.^one^^^c|or.j.lja;,ipo^pL.,can_  <ib more t��an one 'restricted by tide and  beach conditions.  Q. Will the Pool be heated?  A. Yes. "  Q. Is there adequate parking area?  A. There is presently space for 25 cars.  Q. How many people can use it at a  time?  A. 90. If suficient lifeguards are available.  Q. Will the Pool have a roof? y".  A. A roof may be. added when sufficient  extra funds are raised.     ,  ���v ...Q. Why can we hot have a. tidewater  across the national harbor in Saint John,  N.B.  We out here, however, have to go our  eastern cousins one better. All Ottawa has  done in these eastern cases is make loans  ���-loans which have to be repaid out of  tolls. Here in the Vancouver area we are  trying to keep our crossings toll free. So  direct grants���non-repayable grants���are  what we are looking for.  It took a great deal of persuasion to  convince the federal cabinet to make a  grant. Gradually one cabinet minister after  another was persuaded that our local  citizenry could not pay for the entire  crossing themselves���-the minister of public works,, the'.minister of transport, the  minister of finance and so on. Finally  Prime Minister Pearson himself endorsed  the idea of a grant. Now Ottawa: has officially announced that:  (1) Qttawa will make "a substantial  amount" of money available to helg build  our; crossing;  (2) The  federal   offer   will  take  two  ��� forms���both a direct grant an,d .a loan for ���  the balance; and  .     (3) The exact amount of the grant will  ' be hammered' out in negotia&pns with the  government of B.C.  1 The financial door in Ottawa, in other  words; has been opened. Now it is up to  Messrs. Bennett arid Gaglardi to get as  "much'- federal money as -possible for the  crossing. As a member of parliament from. -  ��� the west coast I will be on their side in  this. I too,, will be trying to get the federal  taxpayer- to foot as *mueh of the bill is"  possible.  The more the Canadian taxpayer as a  whole .pays for our crossing, the less we  will Jiave to pay for it ourselves.  But let us get one thing straight. The  ��� province of B.C., not Qttawa, is responsible  ��� for highways..It is responsible for bridges  . and tunnels. So Ottawa is really only lending us a helping -hand. It really doesn't  have to do flu. in narrow> constitutional  terms.  Must we have tolls? It all depends. If  " the federal grant plus the provincial grant  adds up to $80 million or more, the balance  ed the following questions And. answers,-:*  To assist those who haw-^'que-ltoii^^ ��f lfe MuniciP*1 fc\ ���**  on the subject, the committee has^ovi^:^^0^10^ ^ny more tideNvater pools to be  't A. Who may use the pool?  -lXA,^-T-here-is-nO-intentioh -to ���; restrict-ad--.^  mission to, the pool at this; time, except during; ������'���school,''' hours, when scKbol is in at  which time the School board will be responsible to regulate admission according  h their needs. At the same tiirje it will be  open on weekends and after school hours  to all, also during holidays.  ( Q. Where Should donations or correspondence be addressed to?    ���:    '  A.  Gibsbns-PortJflellon Centennial Pool  Committee, Box 160, Gibsons, B.C.  Q. Who will .run the'Popl?-r���T��� r���-  A, A feommittec comprising, representatives from-1 Gibsons- ��� Village Council, ^  Gibsons, 2 Port Mellon, 2 School ^pWd.  Q. Will the Pool cause ait incre^Sse., in-  local "taxes? '������������ ;;.,'; -.^>7' ���     '������   ��� ���- *^M< -  A. It should not be necessary to increase  taxes although the pool Will receive money  'from existing tax rn^noy. For instance the  $2000 already donated' by the Village council came from the parks and Recreation  carving, -sail, canoe' and lifeboat work,  search and rescue work, a display of poison plants and model racing cars.  Visitors will be able to go to the Trading Post where they can either lview or  purchase items made by" the boys. These  will include handicrafts, t leatherwork,  carving, pottery, etc.  Visiting the show during, most, of the  afternoon will be Lt.-Governor George  Pearkes, V.C., and his party.  Spring issue ol wildliie  review npw available  FIRST issue for 1967 of the magazine Wild-  life Review''is now:in'tir^atitint"'" 7"  Features include a conservation creed  by Commander Peter Scott of the World  Wildlife Fund; an article on grizzly bears  breaking into cabins by K; R. i��: Mundy  of the wildlife ~ staffr'instructfons' on liow  to choose the best map for, casual travelling ; ' 'Not - in, a, Museum,"' a jplea J.for the  understanding of 'all Mviiig' creatures and  not those which are .merely pleasing,, by  biologist Rory P./Finegari; an article on  the exciting . Operation Bighorn designed  to preserve : vital1 winter1 range: for wild  , sheep in the. Okapagah;;:a- feature on^ Indians and totem poles;;-<mpther: in a series ^  on Pz^s^m^kJ^^^^..^ . ^ ^ ^5.1^ toe"��olsIni,l_F 15  of the caniels u^ed wa^h disastrous,effects    probabilit>.   ^ ^ m b  m the early da^ on tteCanbw road,- and Blit ^ the'direct^ grant from" the two  the usual contributions. <by WUdwood and ��� senior levels o�� g0Vernment rups to $60  million or. less then we may have to haye  tolls. Mr. Bennett, of course, could earmark one cent off the gasoline tax in-  - stead. -Either that ��� or- the- municipalities  could raise the mill rate,on property..But,  if neither of these are" possible, and Ottawa  and British Columbia do not put up most  of the.money in the form of direct grants,  then tolls will have to be considered once  more.  TbmJ Hunter.:-:'!;   ,;; '.; ���' '���J C, :.,V'V::���;;��� "��� IV;���'';r'  Wildlife Review, i with a. paid .^circulation  of more than 43,000 copies, has readers in  1h(iorel',than Wfcb\iritrie^.,.���',';;,..:,;''.'���,,;_,.,s,,;,.;>  The^provincial government ;pubiicatipn  is not on sale at newsstands; but is available at the- rateof one dollar for two years  from Wildlife Review, Fish and Wildlife  Branchi Victoria, B.C. Subscription- are  also accepted at regional offices of the  brauch throughout, tho province,,    ,  ;���  d always knowwhen my neighbor's dog  is going to bite me. He puts salt oh���',my arm  first,���Pat Henry. ''   * 7  One of life's briefest moments  is the.  time between reading the sign on the freeway and realizing you just missed the off-  ramp.  !^^*|^��M>J(WWl��**��W��^^  tf**SttWt*J^a��.H��i*��*Htti'��  ,.'._, .���._��. *MR'����'Rr*. .* 4 .*.,.  ��wiiiiii����>>iiwMw<w��ti��wi>��i��i��wwi����iwi��w��wiii��wiwnw��wwiiwywi����ntM_-����i��i����iiiwi7  OF SHORT LINB  and ODDMENTS- Selected from  all Departments in Store.  Summor Goods  Now Arriving  Commencing  Thursday,  April 13th  at GilmoreY Variety Shop  Secheit dial 885-9343  GETYQUR MOTHER'S DAY CARDS AND GIFTS NOW  J  [���*^KlllIl��W��*��*f�� rf* **  For Your Fuol Supplies  Danny Whcolor  Your  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  886*9663 - Hopkini Landing  ,.!      ..I   ...........    ,,.,,..... 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',Vif  When the need for protection  : Wv    is gkutest,  |lu;ii���|MMIHuWIH'l)ll"M��l"��7ftl'l  the cost is lowest -*  Aiik about out  Vs  a*.      ,,, oy1,'.1,!"!1;1.1 =  Your SECHELT THEATRE Scores Again  RED LINE 71  w*m  ' *���'      ,..���...*.(���.        -       fcfc    Wi^Vl    Ah_,0'7<     "*'    f..-    t*^'*ai*'a_ I. �����  / s.  11  w,  rteauMNCR' COMPANY  V7*TW  Por riirthnrlnformotlon write to  Box 600 GIBSONS  your fw to BWftnteoit tlrmncl��l *ecurltii..  Friday, Saturday, [Monday, April 14, 15 and 17  '    James Ward,, Charlcno Holt _...__,  M!jp���7l��?A|iH|i3��Hi'  Technicolor" Cinemascope ^ Cartoon Out 10 p.m.  Thrills galoro lif" this suspense spectacular  Naturally. > > See it at the SECHELT THEATRE  ...YQUilLTMIATRR^OH^THft��WATIItFIIOfnr-�� yyr  1,1 V%* >,V,,,*\ v,'  /��� *     '7, e>----   Vsi  -I  L_   _  ���      ~   7       ,  J,^  H-7  , <     J|    7  1       f    V  I  THEPENINS0LA^fc��e^  Page A-4 The Peninsula Times t .Wednesday. April 12, 1967  *..���..     ���      ��� .' ���������'.'"���'"   ''.' ���'.-,������  WBBBBBBBB*BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB0BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB0BBBBBBBBBBB0BB000BBB0��  \~   ~"^      " :       7    '\_:\  \   ^LJk 1L%JM,'k��\Lii^     mm��-'-.J  j ���"/ may be wrong, but I shall not be so wrong as to fail to say what I believe to. be right." ^  �� .   *��� ���-John A-tunsV  ! ��� -:v ���;.:>. ^  \,M0M000B0BB000B00000000000rB0000000B0BB000000B0BB00000000000000000000*'0*MM****^'$tMm*  '���..-��������� >���'���'������ -X1^  ��eitttet�� badly needed  MANY   residents  were -under  the impression   that   establishment   of   a  fully equipped and modern dental, cen-  ' tre in the Gibsons area would provide  an adequate service and eliminate necessity of having to wait months for an  appointment. To say the least, such a  service was badly needed for what was  \available left a great deal to be desired,;.  Announcement that the new centre  would operate five days weekly with  three well-qualified doctors, including a  child specialist, came as welcome news,  for after all, those with dental problems  The situation at this time is quite  intolerable and considering the lucrative nature of the profession it is difficult to understand why we have such  an acute shortage of skilled dentists.  This is the more surprising considering  the desirability of the Sunshine Coast  and the fact that so many city dwellers  would give so much to obtain, a well-  paying position in the district.  Possibly the only solution lies with  organizations such as the chambers  of  commerce.    Problem    of    encouraging,  teachers to the district has been over-  p'reviously had the option of accepting    come  by the  school  board which* has:  - what was available or taking the tedious    J~~-   ���'*-   -   ���,,:      =-t- <��� -^---   -*  and  lengthy trip  to  Vancouver  where  greater facilities-were obtainable. ,  ,  Now, it would appear, things have  gone sour and apart from the excellent  quarters and equipment, service is such  that more and more residents in need of  treatment are having to take the slow  trip to Vancouver. Even worse, those  actually   experiencing   acute   pain  have  been informed an appointment at a  later date is their only chancerof receiving treatment. -  One of our teachers recently applied for an appointment and was  brushed off with the suggestion she try  Vancouver. In this case there was no.  emergency but it appears that business  is such that even new customers are rejected.  Now! Assuming the doctors are busy  as it would seem, they are obviously  not to be blamed for they can naturally  only attend ta so many patients in  a  done quite a selling job by means df  brochures and advertising extensively  in the B.C. Teacher magazine.  Something along these lines by the  chamber of commerce could well be  undertaken for it is a sad fact that the  area is unknown to many people on the  lower mainland. Further, popularity of  this province with residents of Alberta  and Saskatchewan- could be exploited as  a means of encouraging dentists to this  district.  There are bound to be many dentists  nearing retirement who would welcome  the. opportunity to work in congenial  surroundings away from the rat race of  the city. It needs no more than the right  type of promotion in order to acquaint  them with fact that the Sunshine Coast  has so much to offer.  This business of city dentists setting  up a sub-office and doing us a great  favor by commuting a few days a week  is  a dead duck, *we need people who  f\  Hospital Auxiliary  seeks May Day help  TWEl^TY-five members attended IM fega-  * lar meeting of Secheit Auxiliary to St.  Mary's Hospital held April 6 with Mrs. 0.  Moscrip f presiding.  Mrs. J. Parker reported on the progress of the committee in charge of the  B.C. Hydro, "In Tune with the Times," to  be held at 8, p.m., April 26 in Elphinstone  Secondary School auditorium.  Mrs. E. Grafe offered to be convener of  the May Day float. More helpers and ideas  are needed.  Mr*. ��. Jenks was named new publicity  officer following the resignation of Mrs.  W. Burtniek.  At the annual volunteers' meeting held  on March 21, Mrs E. Grafe was elected  new volunteer director, Mrs. A. Redman  has been named, new volunteer chairman  for Secheit auxiliary. Mrs. D. Hayward  offered to replace Mrs. R. Hill as show  ease convener.  Mrs. R. Hill reported on the highly  successful operation of the Thrift Shop,  more costume jewelry and both hard  packed and pocket books are needed.  Mrs. J. Redman volunteered to be convener of the annual luncheon to be held  June 22 at the Legion Hall. More definite  plans will be made at a meeting to be  held in the near-future.  Several   members  showed   interest  in  attending   the   lower   mainland   regional  meeting on April 13 at Richmond hospital  Those  interested  please  contact Mrs.  O  Moscnp who is in charge of transportation  The next meeting will be held at St.  Hilda's Church Hall on May 11 at 2 p m ���  Regular meeting  Girl Guide Association  hears projects reports  day7--^Furtherr^it-4s---understood-.one^ of    appreciate the rather more rural type  them has been ill for some time, which  i   helps little. &  The answer would therefore depend  upon" additional dentists in the district  and this is apparently much easier said  _,,.,. than done for, somehow it seems, very  few of them are able to pull themselves  '   away from the lure of the city.  of existance, prepared to reside in the  area and carry out a service for the  community.  The   present  situation  is far   from  satisfactory and somehow, someone, or  rather some group,  will have  to take  the initiative to seek means of bringing  about a satisfactory solution.  Short skirts high temperatures  AS SKIRTS grow shorter, temperatures  higher and coffers fuller, one can  but wonder just how far so-called  fashion designers will'" get before some  semblance of sanity returns and members of the gullible fair sex settle down  to wearing clothing for the practical purposes it was originally created for.  During summer months or in warm  inches above.  Of Course, all is not bad from a  business point of view for'after all, it is  good from the point of view of clothiers  and manufacturers. Every time those  who, for questionable reasons, call  themselves fashion experts, call for  changes whole wardrobes become obsolete thereby establishing the dire neces-  vclimates there is possibly something to sity of an immediate shopping spree,  be said for the present rrimi-skirt fad There was a time whenV husband  but to see" them worn at a time when would have mutineed, but today  they  robust  members  of the  male  sex  are too have fallen.victim to the big sell,  sporting sturdy pants and longjohns, it Pants which hitherto gently caressed the  would suggest .all is not well in,the IQ ,.toes...of.shoes are now worn skin tight  department.                     ; ahd six inches above the ankle.  Apart from adverse climatic condi  tions, there is the equally impractical  situation of having:, to ��� sit down, sometimes for lengthy periods, with knees  together and shorty skirt held tightly  in place. This is a totally unnatural and  inconvenient pose to have to adopt simply because .some perfume, impregnated,  self-styled artiste decides that two inches  b61ow ihc"*knce must give way to six  mmm,mmm,mm*mmmmmmmmm00^m0>Mm*mmmm0*mmmmmmvmimi0mmmim.  The Ytm^j���^mi^  Published Wednesdays at Secheit  on B.C/s Sunshine Coast  by  Secheit Peninsula Times Ltd.  Box 381 - Secheit, B.C.  Douglas G. Wheeler, Editor  S.B.Alsgard, Publisher  Subscription Rates: (in advance)  1  Year, $5 - 2 Years,  $9 - 3 Years,. $13  U.S. and Foreign, $5,50  Serving the area front Port Mellon to Egmont  ,   (flowe Sound to Jervis Inlet)  Fortunately, being made, of sterner  stuff, the fashion fad is generally restricted to the younger set with the moire  sober square set holding out for practical and decidedly more dignified clothing.  How short the skirts, will become,  before starting the downward trend  again is anyone's guess; Already problems have been'encountered and in the  most unexpected ways for only this  week we heard the story of the-worried  mother who," on locating her lost child  in a department store, instructed the  youngster to hang on to "mother's skirt."  To which the child explained she was  unable to reach it.  Perhaps the situation is really not  too serious for wc need a little color  and humor in our lives in order to cope  with the' trials' and tribulation!, of present  day Jiving. Certainly ladies1 fashions  arc colorful arid on occasion, downright.  hilarious.  MRS. L. Potts residence was the meeting  place   of   the   Girl   Guide   Association  Wednesday,   April  5th,  with 16  members  present and one guest, Mrs. -Joe Fisher.  -The Girl Guide rummage sale was very  successful again this year, thanks to everyone who so generously gave used clothing  and to all those people who. helped.  The  travelling  baskets   are  getting   a-  round the  area,  one  is in West Secheit,  the otter in Selma Park.  Secheit Girl Guides Association is still  saving Nabob coupons, used postage stamps  and collecting used absorbent clothes to  be prepared for use vas grease rags for  garages.  "Anyone outside of the association with  a girl in Brownies or Guides interested in  sewing or handicrafts of any sort may like  to make donations which would be appreciated for the spring tea to be held in May.  Wilson Creek Brown Owl, Mrs. A. West.  has had to retire frcm Brownies so Mrs.  I. Benner will step up to Brown Owl and  Mrs.  T.  Sigouin will  be the new Tawny  Owl.  Mrs. L..Potts came forward td take on  secretary of the association as Mrs, Sigouin had three months of her term to  ���complete. Mrs. B. Fearnley is now Badge  Secretary for the Girl Guides.  Mrs. D. Caldwell and Mrs. I. Strachan  /returned from a 3-day Girl Guide Goriven-'  tion held at the Royal Towers Hotel, New  Westminster April 5, 6 and 7. They found  it most beneficial and informative as well,  as enjoyable.   j"A Browaie Leader training session was  held at St. Hilda's Church Hall, Wednesday, April 5, conducted by Mrs. Margaret  Woodhead, Texada Island. Hosted by the  Secheit Group, leaders from Gibsons also  attended: All thoroughly enjoyed the day'  and learned many new things to take back  to their packs.  The next meeting of the Girl Guide  Assn. will be held at Mrs. C. Jackson's  home at Wilson Creek, Wednesday, May  3rd where plans for the May Tea will be  finalized.      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Squ0irigly Y$ur$  >'      , - 7 - \,rrrbf Maurice- Hernstreet*  DOISfT LOpK ttqw, bift hpre 1 am again  Business professional club  hears United Nations report  iTQLLQWflfCr dinner a�� Q\e'$ ppve' Resort;   what this club should aim for Jn .the _iear'  ' The Sunshine Coast Business .anil Pro-   future" and that it should continue to err-  t,r_r ^    ��. t _    *__������_ ^ (-1  _ ^      T ' ���*��� *����� 0* ���   ��  busx-  ��a(| ttje decency to wajt apptber week be  paji^p ~ifVhpn I think th'^t I had to miss the  bajft eparA ganpe thfsareg hj^eyer seen,  | get qqftg fcprtitfbed.  Yes, p^r Centennial Square Dapce was,  eyjjfeinjly, 'th,e latest,' wijH' alpjft U sets  prpsept." That's, arpund 112 sguarp dancers.  TWs would have been qttitp a sight to look  a\ from the  callpr's  stagf. "However,  I  ya$n't gojng p fee QHtdone sq I sppt mim-  kter-lwp spri anda-frie��i^ of peer's ffown  Vo^\a)s.e a rpll of apictprps., $nes�� W^^t?  Tju#'s a ��igl# ThpJ 4���p.' camjyp  wouldn't  WQr|., so I tiepided it^ust VaSifj; rny night.  HgW^ver, n# a]l is |os{��, BFQVl^ steppe  ���_,.,.���,_.._.��._     _. ,    ...       prints   or  them Tues-  Sechelt-Junior'Squares-did very \*ell  VERY, pleasant meeting ol Secheit Garden ' tennial Dinner held at Ole'S COV0 last    Mr.   J.   H> McLean,/Mr.  arid Mrs.    indeed last Friday  night at the  variety  .Club was held,inSt. Hilda's Parish Hall sunday. "Stan&iilg, Canon "i^laij 0E.: P. Curran, Mr.'Wn); Grundy, Mr.- night at .the school hall,, I'm really * proud  with t Mr. Frank Beatf,' president, in the Greene, Mr. R.-H. Gillesbi^iTvIrs/' M. Dubois and Iyfr> H. Scott.' ' / qf ftem ?p4 have,Wd" many compUments  chair.. . ' ' -_-=���"  ," ������-M...,iT.��..s '.,m ���"���������������-���"-��� ������i, .   ,   .  The meeting was well attended and very,    ____.<     *      '"T {-\    ,      J- ^'V1',-  /_c,  <   - .,>>"-  &C.'oiuiica_l% I ��'  : <<  Manning park on May 20-  Setketi Social!  7 ���, r,.,    ��� i v '��� r -    . 1    . -, ? Canada'.s.pipne78rs  E.'JavWALtACE, gfeneralcHairman  :of B.Ca Cente^alCorrimif tee paid  Local delegates attended  annual guiding conference  informatiYe and anyone interested ih gar  dening or learning to garden are most welcome.  The club plans on entering a float in the  forthcoming May Day 'parade and many  volunteers offered to help.  A ^showing of films was much enjoyed,  showing many beautiful local gardens in-  cludihg^the very lovely -garden of Mr.. Danv   FORTY-fbblh   annual ineeUng  an4  cSn-  ing a leader for every 10 girls. -,       .,      .     ..     . .      ,     ...  ?T \i ����*?l Cref;;whQ JS^ ^ce-presx-.,      ference ^ ^ GW GliidesV C^Wa, ~  'The National: Heritage Camp o096? Is    ��hey did~a ternfic-job, sg applaud here.  dent>f the club, and tbe garden of- Mrs.    ^m ^   ^ Co^ was lbeld JttiU   ihe-major .centenary project of fkcOGirl   **?* �� &^^$*��Z P*&  Royal Towers Hotel, New Westminster, oV   Guides of Canada and' will be held-July 15-    mght�� A^ 14- Their la^ dance for the  April 5, 6, 7, 1967.        "     .        << ��� <2S>, 1967, on Morrison and Nairne Islands  Mrs. D.~ Caldwell and Mrs. J Strachan^in the St. Lawreiice'*R.ver with 168 ��^rls  of  Sechejt,   delegates from  the-/Su��shin'e J"��d 42 leaders from B.C. attending,    a  Coast, returned Saturday from'tlje'thiftee- - ^  Thursday afternoon, April 6, at 3 p.m.  day  conference  where  approjdmately 350    Guide leaders and friends of Guiding'from  adult Girl Guide leaders, commissioners,    all parts of B.C. saw the official opening  4   Lgnge  }uh delegates to the  4 report oii the lower    provincial conference to be held at "Pine-  maiiil^ntj r'pgipnal meeting; "held S% Van-    woods Locjge," Manninff nart nn TWnv ox\.  Couy'er in March, was1 given by*Ad!?le de    22, 1967,  Lange at whic|i"ihe gqest spealcer wag ^Irs.  Kunelins. AJrs. Kqpelius, who is a Jeacher;  pf French < in Calgary, was t||P panac^aft  Federation UN Fellowship Award winner,  aqd sh^ sppke of her experiences at' the  session of the Status pfx Wonien Con^mis-  sion at the United Nations and exol^iped  the work done there by the different'agencies. ,  Since the International Federation of  3WP clubs has consultant status as a nongovernmental agency at the UN, she 'was-,  3f>le to attend a\ ^11 sessions of the commission. Following the talk by Mrs. Kirae-  lius, the members much appreciated the���  session on Parliamentary Procedure, given  by Mrs. Hess of New Westminster who  directs courses in this subject for UBC  extension department.  "What made you want.to join a Business and ' Professional Women's Club?"  This question was asked by Mrs. J. Benja-  field (program chairman) of all the members present at the dinner meeting. It  wpulfl seem that the international aspect  of the club functioning, the difference in  outlook from other women's organizations,  oi} how w^ll they did. What the audience  didn't know was thai we nev^r, practiced  fpr tbjs occasion due to my horizqntal position'the past couple of. weeks.  Some:of thevkids .were worried about  going "pn stage,, sq 17 just told them we  would, square dance the same' as any Fri-    ... .       .... -_-_-���  day night and that the greater percentage   Jhf ^.ancf ��or ^H-improvetoent and men-  of the audience had never square danced  in it$ lifp'so they would still be far ahead  of anyone watching.- Sp,. away we went!  c i  tal stimulation from the 'interest of its  work, were the chief attractions. In discussion,   further   suggestions   were" made  of  The TIMES  Phone 885-9654  Secfielt> B.C.  Janet Allen of Redrooffs^ Then slides of a  trip U| Ontario by Mrs. Allen pf.the many  lovely gardens including the thousands of  tulips on .tfie Rideau and Welland canal  sites. Toronta gardens were truly-magnificent. Some Vancouver beauty spots were,  also shown, including the garden < of * Mr;  John Kirkl^nd of Point Grey Chrysanthemum Club who was the judge at the first  show of the newly-formed Secheit club.  Slides were shown of the Point Grey club  and prize winning 'mums' and trophies.  Cpirnmentatqr oii this item of the program  was. MrT pa,ve Howard, who gave a remarkable lesson on culture and growth of  these beautiful specimens. Also on the projector during the evening was Mr. Dan  Gam Refreshments were^.served, _-o_i^<_li_.g  out a most enjoyable and friendly meeting.  LEGION AUXILIARY  LA to Sechetl Canadian Legion held its  monthly meeting with Mrs- Mary Leeman-  president, in the chair. The LA is planning  a trip to Powell River May 29 and will  attend the LA zone meeting there. It is  planned to charter a bus for the trip.  Others gojng are GibsonSi Roberts Creek  local association delegates assembled from  all corners of British Columbia, including  our "instant" towns of Hudson Hope, Mica  Creek and Gold River.  "Canada's Centennial" was the theme  used throughout the conference.    , \  As a centennial project the Rfingers of  B.C. were invited by the Provincial International Committee to.make flags of the  countries of the World Association of Girl  Guiding and Girl Scouting and on the opening night in a very impressive ceremony,  the Ranger girls presented to Provincial  Commissioner Mrs. J. S. Kendrick the 50  flags which they had made. -^  With Canada's birthday in mind a historical pageant was presented featuring  the "Women of Canada," depicting women  of various provinces over the past century  of the Tsoona Centennial Pool, at Tsoona,  the Pr6vincial Camp and Training Centre  at Rosedale, B.C. The swimming pool was  the B.C. centennial project of the Girl  Guides and has been paid for entirely by  funds raised by the girls atid friends of  Guiding. Brownie Packs from ' Vancouver,  Guides from Haney and Pitt Meadows,  Land, Sea and Air Rangers from Vancouver, North Vancouver and Ablwtsfdrdr and  a cadet from Vancouver, represented more  than 34,000 members in B.C. who have  worked so hard and faithfully for this pool.  The girls presented the poolio Mrs. J. S.  Kendrick, provincial commissioner, who accepted it on behalf jpf the ,Girl Guides of  Canada, Etritish Columbia Council. |,  Guest  speaker  at the  anfluai  baifquet  and Pender, Harbour; Also on the agenda        ���,.      . .        _ ..    ,      _v,__._,���.,  is the rummage sale^oa.Api&iaAt^-i^M-^  ���.''a/..-. 7, .-, .���,.���,.���,.���,.��?.,.*.-.,.>.>.��..     . *       __.,v..__aa-"f7..   .^ecting,- Tepor ts were  given by all de-  vicitima ^partmept^ ^  was Alderman Marianne Lijmell, a dirgfetor  wrhose qualities reflect the Guide Laws.        of JS G&f��^f^^l^J*��ke  -a.,;.,,,,,^,^.;  ..       ��� :,v ...       ���������������-���''^rr-- ��� ������,v>on,."Canad��'S7���entemnal:'M",i-v  VISITING ..      ���������>>. yT.-< ;; -   part^ y  THereis a hew game caUed Bourbon  Returning  from Vancouver^ -where she���   missioner, said that the present member-    Canastaf'Thr^itlen" sit dpwn'"In" a totel  e  spent a few days, Mrs. Ed Green of Selma  Park. , ;������.   v     ?i   ��� :������:.��'>/,   ��� \  Spending a fpw" days in Nanaimo, Mrs.  George   Walker  ancj   Mrs.   Mabel  James,  guests.of Mrs. James' daughter Mrs.Jteylcf  rTurner.  , . '  In Vancouver for a brief stay Mrs. T.  Ivan Smith.,  Back froiri Vancouver Island', Mr. and  Mrs. Lloyd Turner. (  Mrs. Norman Tayjor recently a patient  in St. Mary's Hospital���has gone to Van-  couver jo1 stay with her daughter for a  vacation.. Feeling fetter now.  tship was 35,380--an increase of five per  cent over the previous year, and that it  was very gratifying to note an increase of  200 Guide leaders oyer last year, now giv-  room and each one drinks a quart of feur-i  bon. Then one of them goes home/and/the  other twq remain behind and try |q figMre  qut which one of the three has left.  season- will be on April 2i with parents invited.  Secheit Promenaders met last Saturday night with a set and a half. But I'm  sure that anyone listening oqtside would  have thought the hall was packed to the  rafters. Our last square dance of the season will be on Saturday, April 22, 1967, with  all square dancers welcome. Refreshments  will be served, with coffee. A program will  be in effect from 8:30 p m. on through the  evening.   v  Th^ beginners'  class at Wilson Creek  Hall is fa'st turning into an intermediate  group, but anyone interested" in Coming is  -still"welcome^ $ge ~^rtxperifiRce :i|^ rib'  problem.   .  Larty Olson's graduation square dance  comes out on j^pril 15, 196J, with Norm  -Graham from Nanaimo doing the calling.  If you are,50ing, kindly phone 483-3988 and  let mejknow sp that billets can be arranged  -in. aciyan_e and.. refreshments ordered^  idhs^ Squarenaders meet at Hopkins  Hall for t|ie last ^ime this season jSaiurclay,  April- ^5 at 8>30 p.m. All square"1 dancers  welcome so Why not plan on going and  whjd urj; tl^e ��ea^pn. "vyi|h a /tr^mendqyys  turnout. .This wouldr really make -cailer  Harry Robertson feel he is not only wanted,  biitheeded, whic'hif one was to put a.pripe,  on the. feeiing at * being heeded I wo^tid say  that it wtfuld be worth about a million dollars. ' (  , a        '  ��� See* you at the square dance. Tally Ho!  Canadian Medical Assoc,  ALTHOUGH there is only ��� one���' condition  known ns br^nchjal asthrna, thpre. are  mnriy cniises and aombilmes several pro-  dlsppsing factors which must be recog.  nlsd'od for prevention and control of the, dis-  pnse, the Canadian Mcdienl Association reports  Senior citizen^' "project  One of the most jmpprtnnt cnuaatlvq   REARING ��� ��� pojmpletion at Campbell   ready for, occupancy. Such a' project   ^iscuss prpspects^ site ptC at>a meet  factors tls nn allergy 16 aome proteins,        River,   these   attractivo' looking   ik tjadly'^rjeeded on thp JPe,n|nsijla ^n<l    it>g to ))e held at Sechelj; Region Hall  ^W!l��_***B*ia*ft*����>��** *  often found In trees, grasses, moulds, fc,n��  Uwi'H, animals, tabneco, fish, eggs, milk,  face" powder, soups nnd mnny other every-.'  dny mnlerialH. When tho offending nllcrgcn  hns been Identified the asthma can be pre-      <      '.    '  Vented by'avoiding contnet with It, or by'  injection to cronlo, immunity.  A second important factor cnuslnR  nothmn'In repontocl upp"or respiratory tract '  infections; especially ,sinusitis. When aHlh-   ��        ' "   ,,  mn Is icauflcd by such infoctlons, it uaiially ,    '  enn lie controlled "effectively by troatlnR  |ho lnfoct(on with Appropriate >\n|lhlo|lcs,  AMhmftUcH .suffering ohronlc Irritation  of the bronchi by tho Inholallhn of irritants ,     .* _,  i3iieir**nr"smokc=i\n importAnt fnctor in  mnny CAHCH���Hliould avoid Hmoklnj? nn  r|iuc|��' nn possible,      '      ''   "*' ��  , JSvon when All  si|p)i fi^plqrs Aro con- ,  7|rolled, there still rcmnlna n inrgo'number ,  pf ciinch df bronchial nH|hmn for which no      ^  ajmplo oauho .cap ho found. Thofto often >  ,   .  pan bo controlled by lho mho of a numbor  of druRs^ which nro snfo nnd effective. '   '  Rmotlonnlfnctor�� nro nlso found fro�� '   '  fluently to bo a cmjf.0 of nBthmnHc ^ttnclcri. ��  The CMA MA.VN (hnt'bccfli|R0'brpnohlnl  AflthniA In n lending cauho of chronic  pronchltlfi nnd oniphynomn, ,�� ��� ��� \    ���  |,.(^.-.l..IWf1f->nU.,rm,-T      j   IJ^-*  .senior citizens homes wil| |s6on he,, q[ committee working to this end will   April'20.u  jfflH  NOTICE  R. S. RHODES  Doctor of Optometry  . >,��.a��._��...��u-w��auAUWM_I_^a..aaiM��"dirili��_��M_��li1INI'" JJS(��"tt������t��WS*llp!��J'M��(��WliV���. "��� ilDS-WI  ,204 Va^c^uver Block  Vancouvor, I^.C.  Will bo In Socholf  Monday, April 17th  For an appolritmonr for  oyo examination phono '  ������ i  Clean ��ngln.09 aro ocononilcol,' nmoolh, Hvply and laat longor. And that'a  iho way the Dotorgant-AcUon, In RPM Motor Oils koops onglnoa,". . . cloan,  froo from sludgo and dopo8l(8...Roaul^M6J^d(^Y(jp}|^  "chttn;<r^^(3(('Haciyi��^]tt^Inlo^ Datolrgont-AcHon  "RPNf" ar* your jb��H protection aqalnat onqlno woqr.  With that caro, your enqlno cqn outlast your car. Wo  hnvfi �� pprnplftlR Wijp pUhj l\Tm\i mpst pppn^mlcai  lubricants and iuolo. Call ub for prompt dollvory.  G.Ht Mcdonald  Secholt, B.C.  Phono 98579332  r\cmr; standard oicvmouas  f,'f ���*���*���������!<   V .       I.....   ���  ,.y.  !���  itt.ik  I   I i  I   I  '"  \  ��A^.^ R *.��aaU.'B  ��H-  1,.,  V  ���  \  imi�� ������ 0fyyiyf\ Arfj r^tl'"'"' *  I   t  ���(  r ,  .__,     a... ,*___._;     "-)j  .<>-.  "*-*���-  c  .1. ,  ;." J.  1 ��' '  t  Page A-6 The Peninsula Times  Wednesday, April 12, 1967  Profile  i  ���by Mary Tinkley  TWO OF the.: pioneers who received theii  medallions from  Mr.  L. J. Wallace  at  'J'the Winning,Post at Ole's Cove on April  2 are the Cranswick brothers of Bachelor's  Row;, Halfmoon Bay.  George will t*e ?2 on< May 18 and Wil-  ��� bert, (or Buck'; as he is, called by all his  friends) will eelebrate iiiis 76th birthday  on April 8. They.^fere born in Peel County,  Ontario. Their father; a farmer from Yorkshire, England, Had, a family of six.,, sons  and four daughters.  '"'"     .  As young men, George-and "Buck went  west as far as Manitoba where they worked  at various jobs. Around 1911, they and two  of their brothers, Frank and Mart, took up  homesteads at Hanna, Alberta. After 12  years of heartbreak, struggling against  drought, locusts, soil erosion and fiust  storms, they left Hanna, poorer if possible,  v than when they went there. Farming in  the area was at an all-time low, It was  impossible to sell- their, farms' and 'they  wene unable to get much' for their equipment.  They decided to try their luck in the  ' Edmonton area. Buck-, who was through  with farming, worked, for various, construction companies in Edmonton and  Jasper. George, still a farmer at heart;  decided to give it another try. He bought  Perider High-Light  ��� ~ i<  CHIROPRACTIC OFFICE  MONDAY ��� THURSDAY  1678 MARINE DRIVE - GIBSONS���  Phone 886-9843  Pioneers  George ��� and Wilbert Cranswick  land from the CPR, $0 miles southwest Of  Edmonton, but bad luck dogged him and  he lost all his horses! By the spring of 1924,  he, too, was finished with farming and he  ''moved out to Vancouver where he' lived  for 30. years, working as a carpenter, landscape gardener and structural iron worker. He retired to Halfmoon Bay in 1955 and,  after renting one of Lewis' cottages, he  bought and improved the cottage in which  he and his brother Buck now live, Buck  retiring to join him in 1957.  Of the 10 Cranswick children, only three  still survive. Besides George and Buck,  their brother Mart now lives at Portland,  Oregon.  MORE  ABOUT V. .     v  o�� Playground? project  ���from page A-l.  purchase Lot 1472, held for the village for  recreational purposes, has brought a reply  from the lands branch explaining that a��  appraisal will be necessary ,on completion  of logging of the 'area,- ;r.ec|$tly approved  by village council.": :*-  Submission of the financial report "of  the municipal airport met.with some questions as to the circumstances of a cheque  for $2,045.27 to cover accounts outstanding  at December 31, 1966.  It was moved acceptance be held over  pending further information.  a        A-  * * 7  I  * SINCE we have been on holidays for th_  Easter week, there are no game_scores  to report. Soon, however, there jviU be the  1 Track Meet which *we started to practice  for last !Phys. Ed. period. The Elphinstone  students will not attend a proposed ipter-  >'school meet because they will be busy with  .preparations for Expo.  al ^  Within the next week or so, we will be  having examinations so I imagine everyone is studying diligently for these all important, milepo^ts.  >   To brighten up the scene a little here  \is a cute story that took my fancy. There  .' was once a boy named Jack who had a  ^cow.  This  boy had neXt-door neighbofirs  v called the Beans who had a vegetable garden.. Jack's cdw would frequently go next  door,, trampling "on the vegetables and eat-v  ring them. The Beans would become very  '' angry each time,  and  finally,  after this  ^bad happened  many times,  they  refused^  |to speak to Jack; In the end Jack found  Jglte could not control his cow and so was  pprced to sell it. So now Jack and the  .:!|$eans talk.'; ��� ���    '      ������;-'".   *   ���  yj] On Tuesday^ April 3 Mr. _legec took  pictures of the "people belonging to various  fllubs,   including   the   Expo   Club,   Dance  iClub, etc. andthe "teamsa These are to go  in the Annual. This, brings home the fact  that the end of the year" is not too far  away. In subsequent columns I hope to  write a little about the .grads, their hopes,  /dreams and ambifioris.       s  ;   Qjir topic Of the week is Capital Punish-  ^���me'nt���should it' be retained or abolished,  and is it a" deterrent .to crime?  ;   The majority" of students  appeared to  think it should be kept. Some comments  ^regarding  retention  were:   "It  should  be  ���by Donna Vqughan  kept but execution shodld not be postponed  too long. An appeal should" be allowed but  if rejected, execution should follow." "It  stops some people from murdering people",  "Execution is better than life imprisonment." "Execution is tyetter than life imprisonment where the taxpayers' have to'  pay for their support.' "'If it is retained  it should be used, It depends on the type  of crime and the person's (killer's) age.  Due consideration should be given to mental balance in these .criminals.'! One' student in.favour of abolition pointed out that  NOBODY should be allowed* to kill.  v  A novel, 'if presently unfeasible, idea  was to banish murderers to the Twilight  Zone to ' become shadows. -Then if innocence is established restoration to solidity  could be effected.  -.Personally, i' am inclined to believe that  Capital Punishment should "be reserved for  two types of murders: criminal assault,  especially of little children, and the murder  of prison guards. If there is np death penalty for this latter, inmates could kill  guards at every opportunity since they are  in jail already.  Mr. Franklin is our teacher of the week.  He teaches Phyisical Education, Vocational  Math, Business Fundamentals, Socials 3  and. English 9 and Music. He was born and,  went to school in North Vancouyer and  attended UBC*Hp taught at Ross Road Elementary school for two years before coming to Pender Harbour.    '  MORE ABOUT,,,*.'.' , .  > Former resident   yy,  '- * /' ':", ' ''i-ftom page A*l  lowing warning'late March that the city of  San Francisco; faced invasion by hundred,  of,thousands lof young indigent and hungry  "people this Rummer, > " ' ; - ��� .  ^ Local'', resident (recently .returner* from  vacation In, California, report, f^countering  groups of tbe? hippies who they say. are no  more than & bunch of no-goods who dislike  work,- fight'shy Of conscription, to the forces  yet feel the "world owes them a living.  Many of them live in a world of LSD make  believe and are in* general a cancer eating  into an otherwise dccent_ society.- !  i  _ <> s  While money talks, a lot of ii gets away  before it can get a word in.  A harassed father with four lively children paused before a "Deposit your litter  fere" sign in the park. With a heartfelt  sigh,, he turned to a passerby and said,  "Don't thinjs I'm not tempted."  <4*  M<7, A  /^  ��� *3  Mm.  Extension  Phones are  FRIENDLY  PHONES  ... companionable in  the kitchen, reasserting at night by your  bedside. Discover*  how little they cost  from-  |l  ��*�����__���  Mill  mimmmimBMtmmmtmmmtmmimimmmmmBmBBmmimBmmwb  mom. Ami more  WISE SHOPPERS SHOP  AT SUNNYCREST  With Ample Parking and  Courteous Service.  ���***<WinAaiMtMHMM-MIMMUMMMMUIM��WIMMiNIMMMU_Kj  */����WIMfW����(fWlf��WtfV��V*W��_��fWI>l>WM*MWI>W<M!  ANOTHER 1st  for SUNNYCREST  WIR��D MUSIC  THROUGHOUT  THE STOKES AND  i;;;,ouTsii>E^dR:-:  YOUR SHOPPING  ....���: ;;pleasuri-.;,::'  i7.',.;''.;'.;.������.'1.;i ,. ���;��� ���,-���..,������ ,,..".������,;������;.;���-:'   _  ������  Our popular monthly  Family Allowance Draw  Now gives you 9 better chance to  win. We give 3 prizes each month  ��sue $30 csBid Two $10  ���-Ar''7A7.A7^^  Winners announced monthly.  LAST M��M��MS WQM^iiS  MRS. DORIS SKELLETT -  MRS. LOUISE LEPAGE __  MRS. FLORENCE JOHNSON  .$30  J$10  THIS MONTH IT COULD BE YOO  CON(iRMmLATI0NS  to  SWWWfCft^^  WE CARRIED OUT ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION  OH THE PUMP FACILITY EXPANSION  Addition of the two pumps and the marine outlet  wiir prove a welcome; ihnovatibn. :'  '   i       , i * ������" "','' ��� ���.       ���      ���' i      ���  IcPHtDRAN ELECTRIC LTD,  Snnycrcsr Shopping Centre - Phone 886-9689  IfSBWfStWlt^iSpfMMjBWlt^laS-*  k."lTf.ViH��tiii-nifnfi,fe.^.,_i..-_.i���M.._ .nailiiiiii.^  !.i��a*fti*te��'J*J"'!'i*****''1W*  APPLE JUICE s^^0; % ox. ti��� 7.......  PEANUT BUTTER  MAS  %<o7$f.  ,f  "Squirrel",. 48 oz   ,.   ' ;     '     ,   ,V''   '"'       "   '  Toilet Tissue  itSSWSSWMiWifoP*. T^ pi   '     ���.f*y*W r**^l^ " >" *!*|9*W'��H*f*JSW��i"  ���A:,.,  For Your CofTtvenience  Wo ar�� pleased to announce installation of twopovr gai pump* and a  marine outlet to our present modern facilitici.    ��  SUNNYCREST MOTORS  Phone 886-9962 .     Sun.hino Coaif Highway, Glbiom, B.C.  Sunnycrest  Motors  The Service Station  with everything for  the MotorEftav  >���. i  i  McPHEDRAN  ELECTRICLTD.  ;'. :. .,,'j ,'���..,,...,....:..  h���--.���.Phone �����.,..-���. ���l.~.  886-9689  SUPER-VALU  ftuy Better  SvveMoro  Kruse Drugs  On the Sunnycrest  Plaza for your  Shopping Ploasuro     ,  D. G. DOUGLAS  Variety and  Paints  UJ!AnyihingJf.Qu~-  Want We Have"  Charles English  Mmited    ,  _,_IReaLia*ate  and Insurance  Don's Shoe Store  A Complete Lino  1        i     , .��� 11 ' 'i  _  of Shoes_for  the Entire Family  Children and  Infants Worn  Latllesl Spoi|"ts.  Wear  1) ��� ��  lAlMnt(Jll^, al^ja^^l^w^MKajpiWi   ffi|B **|��#��Y**|*Mi*(raiik1  ��<*(����  iatffn-^ifiit,  ���iS'K'THav^i^M^IBIWBWi!  ��z)incem IDonaratulaTtionS  ' ^Wf**k *iW ��JWif^,-W':Tt#''  l.^Tt;^v.t*la^7^��rWl^^Wtl|.��� ^wBf*��  ;*^-i|(^(j.��ii^ijf'ipf'!S"*t<^����(r'*li^i'$'��iiii744(;>  m i k par,, *'\* t\ i, , KM 7\     '   J�� t W     t%^m m   P*C  ���,ij .1 , mi fP    *  hi>i " :' I" ���  ���Hflt*'1'!':!"'*"  % ft rtH|7     1  '      t I  fiWH+frjjp^,"., >)���!" * *.'������'.'   1,1.1,11.  iJl'Z��dL  1. 1 ,1  ���r��� ���,,  ON COMPLETION OF THE NEW FACILITIES  HERALDING FURTHER PROGRESS AT SUNNYCREST  '.'' I '  pp$H  j    ,   f .��  ���   ���!  ��*f* ��WMfiM-) f-vWWrltfciSSf-iW**f*-  IMP  <��    *,  f/    ��    M    *    '    *    f    '   f  J\  <S   ";��.*��* "#imW��.   .  fe,,��*i *tk��fa,m*m mt t*   * * . ^-i^^��_)^7_=_3-;t��_��j>.i.>a{K.4vi��.Ji_^_iv_��i��Lii ���'�����' V ,  i^^>[Jti,jl"_^-  l^wj  .*   ^   ��. a^ .  1 ����� -   ' I i'   *. *    ���*,. a   * r  ,.      * i       .-     y,j,. *      ^ya^^a^v"1,'*   *a*^*    S-���*U *V   v a a,^.*--   *,   ^    a1 a>    ^        , .iff/*.  t**'+<H   -   *   V *ff*  A,    <   *   *'<  <#"*  ^W^*.  V^   ��>fc  *"Vi* "*"���,�� ;^����->--*'  *"-   S-*   -    *��.��*��.������_?  art*  ja- a*  �� V   p-i. ,   ^   -���  ���   -   v    aJ    7  *-rf7 -*:* r^i* t> ,.  .�����-    _Vv  !���  ���     y  cjjp/s*: v #f*w ���>,*! w -t       v v,*rf  -a V        * �� "      V  ��� a"la-Sf     +/* ,<>V!^!fJ,J-':     '  Pressured conforming . * ��  ,__ .-. .. - ���_-.  Illegal puff at early age  may. prove dangerous  YOUNG; people of B.C. and tbe Yukon are    looks quite adult to saunter around with 3  -       a - |    V  f        f  , "fully aware of the dangers of smoking  But the pressure of conforming in the society around them, to be "one of the  gang" .forces many to take an illegal puff  at an early age.  And children whose parents smoke are  more likely to try it themselves at an early  age, than those whote parents d9n't smoke.  These are some of the major conclusions that can be reached after reading the  entries in the 1966 essay and verse contest sponsored by the B.C. and Yukon^Divi-  sion of the Canadian Cancer Society.  Winner of the contest this year was  Marian Domeij, a.grade 7 student at J. L.  Webster School, Trail.  Generally, the essays and poems, which  were from grades six and seven students  from all parts of the province, dwelt on  the dangers inherent in cigarette smoking.  Title of the contest was "Will Smoking be  Worth my While?"  Without exception, every entrant concluded that smoking would not be worth  cigarette in their mouth or hand..'  Said a Gibsons youngster: "In my opinion, guys who smoke and are under 15  smoke because they think it makes them a  big shot. But you don't have to smoke to  be popular with your group."  A Langley student put it this way, as^,  part of averse: "He smoked with his Pepsi-  generation  pals  and  at parties  with  all  of the go-go girls."  A Cloverdale student wrote: "For many  teenagers smoking is a party 'must' but is  forbidden at home."  THE THING TO DO?  According to an Abbotsford student  "young people start smoking today because  they think it is smart and sophisticated"  and a Haney student said "in some schools  only square and goody-goodies don't  smoke."  A Kelowna student put it this way:  "Many irfaildren start to smoke because  they thmk it i_ the groovy thing to do,"  and a Vernon student wrote* "Many young  his, or her> while, but many conceded that    children start to smoke because thfey-want  Tvith adiilts..smoking all around> jhem and    to b^ubjig -s^  many of &eir feUd^  school, it'was pretty difficult not to at least  try a few puffs at ah early age.  SOME STUDENTS CONCERNED,. * ^!  While the young contestants frequently  linked the medical dangers of smoking���  lungv cancer, heart disease, respiratory  ailments and so on, the students were aJso  Very- concerned with-the cosmetic effects���,  stained fingers and obnoxious breath.  But over-and oyer again the essays and  verses repeated the theme that in schools  nowadays, sthoking "is the" thing to do."  ��� As one West Vancouver student put it:  "Many children smoke, their first cigarette  at six to eight years of age out of, curiosity. Older children seem to think that it  smart ana when they do it they are ope  of the bold and the brave." *  Other students pointed out that adults  have a nerve trying to tell their children  not to snio'ke when they iare continually -  puffing - away at cigarettes themselves*  "and most agreed that if the parents smoked there was a good qhance that the children would try it themselves."''  This month the B.C.-Yukon division of  the Canadian Cancer Society is undertaking a campaign to raise $410,000' for' research, education and welfare in cancer.  Worry is like a rocking chair it gives  you something to do but will get you ho  where.  Young performers  VETERAN, performers   at   Secheit   cordian; Pomponia Martinez, Span-  Variety iright concerts arid superb   ish  dance and nine-year-old Rusty  as always- were Lygie Martinez, ac-   Chinningham, tap dancer.  M&>  MRS. Florence Brownt a former Gibsons  resident   has   returned   recently   from  spending;six-months in New Zealand: Pre-  Cheerleaders sently she is visiting in Gibsons and has  GIBSONS Firtmen Cheerleaders, lin- gle of their hips. From left, Janipe   |*���� ^^^"Sewaf ^and  1   der the instruction of Mrs. aShir- Godfrey,   Shirley   Wiome,   Marilyn   Spki_l^?^^?Sitt�� S  ley  Eeeneyr delighted the Secheit .Musgrove, Donna Solnik, Shawn Fe^   friepds                       ���  audience with their peppy display of ney, Lorilee Edgren, Jeannie McHef--     Mr_; j P ,Sfewart entertained at a de-  cbeerleading and the saucy little wig- fey and Susan Cooper.                         lightfoi tea recently in honour of Mrs. Flori  therapy at Holy Family Hospital, Argyle  St., Vancouver was home for the .weekend.  Visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs.'  W. H. Palmer recently were their son-in-  law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ben TJIa-  son, North Vancouver. "       '""""X "u*  Mr. and "Mrs.- A. Jamieson were recent;  visitors to. Penticton. ��  Mr. and Mrs. Len Coates of Port Cp-  quitlam visited their daughter, Uois Mac-  Lean recently.  Begnisiie^  Col! Us For  Advice On Your  .teisfia rden ing ^^ .  Problems:  ^li  Complete Service on all your Garden Requirements  PeatMoss -.Fertilizers- Garden Tools -Seeds-Fungicides-Insecticides  (Licensed Pesticide Dispenser)  MURRAY'S GARDEN & PET SUPPLIES  Gower Point Road ' '7;\':--J^ ';V;;PJione:'8^6^19  ehce Brown.  Mr. and Mrs. A.. M. Davidson with their  five. children returned recently from a 17  day .trip when they visited Mrs. Davidson's  cousin in Oregon and two sisters, one^at  Sain Bruno", the other at Santa Barbara,  California... Thev spent, some time vdth  Mrsv D,avidsoa'js^par_nts'; ^former ^Gibsijh*?^^ ;<  residents, Mr. .and 'Mrs. Locke presently  staying at 6ceansi#_j'a "small friehd^ city  on the Gulf of Santa Catalina, where swimming was enjoyed by the Davidson family.  At San Diego they visited the zoo and  Sea World. Their trip took them as ''far  South of Tijuanna, Mexico.  Sympathy is extended to Mr. Norman  Stewart in the,passing of hiS brother Gor- N', /  don in .VancouVcri/!,;''','���':',,;',;i,i .y.:y .-..'',.:\. '.',,  Mr. Carl Schrpers has returnedi after  visiting hisjparents in Germany for three  weeks.  Brian and Lil Edgren, Soamcs Point arc  being congratulated on the birth of their ,  5th child, a baby boy who Arrived pn April  '  5th.'.': ,���;.:.''. ���   ���    ,,;���  . Recent gnejjts of Bill and Helen Wein{  handl were Gary and Virginia Murdoch j'.''"  from-.7'k'anilpops,., ���..,���,.. ., ., ,,���,...,���.... ^ <...,���, ���-,.���-.,��..,.-,,...  Mrs. ;Terry Thompson who is .receiving !  f, :,,.  oreinlirill  r'?SK-'  JXX  Tmmnat    anln  DAVID Henry, ono of the members for'manco at the Variety .Night pon-i  ,i of Secholt School Band' who will cert. David'will be ono of tho soloists  Jdc taking part in the forthcoming at the festival.  ''Jmuslctf&tivaV'^  NEED A CAR?  ' t, NM|r USED    '  Penlnsiila Motor Prod.  SICHEUT, B,C.  Phone 8P5-2111 ���Tod Forowoll  ttl^W1rffe!��iflSl^I^*��l�����  ��(iK��iaal*ftil'j*)��H*^feii��nH(f J* t/BMei^.7  ���,**t*s|��MW^i.^ll*��itf#W!itll  I  ��**t��ftltf*J*'7*t-*'#**��*l  fSt-t**��Sfi,(>.T*m7>'4 >V)'|U��<K��NM47> t tW/Wtti  WIpW^ '��� ifllwSAtfXt^TT^fl^Mt^'a  ���Wa\  ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL SOCIETY  '��  ' '        .1     .   .  Hf��J.��^i,t,  ' "::- ���'��� :7 SECHELT LEGION HALL ������ '.:; ;'' ������' -'  :0|j-P.Ma^SUHDMfAWIF3^^  l9ftl*i7airtA;��' B iW^W'TttnH11  '  (������> *���**  1**11      5         / tifraWr   ���* * "  J^lahlW-li jJi-JS^HSl'tf i*!afi^777*��Wr>Sfl fc4!!��^*��K")'#'W7,i*-W 'VOW i,   i*-k*��J��  HiAi"*"  a-,..  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Page B*2 The Peninsula Times
Wednesday, April 12, 1967       "
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-The Times' Ottawa Bureau
PROM .time to  time  Vancouver Liberal
Grant Deachman issues a press release
on the number of commons,'committees m
operation',"  number < of   meetings   they've
"held, and number'of witnesses heard.
. Mr. Deachman is co-ordinator of committees, and his statistical effluept seems
to be designed'to demonstrate that members of parliament really are a hard-working lot.
The most recent Deachman report, for
sxample, announced that 27 parliamentary
committees had held a total of 806 meetings to March 8, 1967.
If you assume that each meeting lasted
two hours, and was attended by 20 members of parliament, you arrive at a total of
something over 32,000 MP-hours spent in
And if you recall that the current session will soon become the longest in history—it started January 18, 1967—and that
the Commons has been sitting while the
committees sit, you are mor* or less
obliged to agree with Mr. Deachman.
Members of parliament have been working hard, perhaps too hard.
Secheit Bowlim
a        ff
. —by Eve Mo.crip
5 H_bi_jftwfers forvthe week; BlWen Evans
743   (285)v   Lawrence   Crucil   836   (304,
i 279), Orv Moscrip 848 (335,, 297).
: »\ v     *»• ,   *' * %w.
League Scores: ,       l
Buck$kins:Earl JohnSfjO (244).'
, Ladies: Eilefen Ev^ns 743 (285), LiT Mc-
i   * Court 284. Ann, Shaw 355," , --—-.- ,—--,.- --- ..     -.,   ,f,   ..   . ,     v-  _-      uwj
1   fc     LadiesvJ«a!«nee: Elsie Johnson 634,^ Eve    in the chair. -   \ ),    T^re^^ill >e^ a ^ale  of home baking
w-..'_._—_* , _-        . " Seventeen members were present and    P^V/^Jw^aupe^flw^a^fi^pond1
Babjftajjji 284, Evelyn Harrison one visitor, Mrs.
'Chafes.Hauka, 669, JSutch Reid warmly welcomed.
-^vGamDle..7<te (328)., ^auxiliary's  first  i
Commercials Orv Moscrip 848   formed in 1937 and „_ _iou t.,™-,.,.™..^.    s~- ~qrv? «  "Xii'ii'W'^A.   M_,i_5-a
It was a pleasure to 6ave7her^&t-and? -4n$ wjl be on May ,10 at 2 p.m., Madeira
«   "J -» - 4,    - Park Medical1 Clinic^      * *       •
REGULAR' m'eeting  of  Pender < Harbour , .tennial Spring TeaaWhich, tks aux.Hary,is
Auxiliary to 'St. 'Mary's VHospitaLwaj*   sponsoring,and' will "be held onJ April 15
held April 5 with president Mrs. I>. Philp ?a,t2>m.„ Madeira' Park Communis Hall.
(^n^Lawi-enee Crucil 836 (305,   looking so well. ^    (
'ciCouH 688,0261, 253), Bill Mason        Mrs.   O.   Sladey ,repprt£d,   $het t^pft
Vt      rm**&^ *fV5^
-          ,.. Shop is progressing favorably, a- sultan-1 •   My landlord k'eepfe our apartment so
Bali^ Cbamr J_att Jaeger 666 (300), tial bank balance being realized. \Peiidw <coid that every time I come home and
, Helen Phillips '288,4Opie Thor.teinson 323, Harbour   auxiliary   members ^staffed   the 0\jen the front door—the lights go oril-rSid
Bob   Jannis sfl,   Bubbles  -Creighton 620 shop «•» A^rii r                       .  .    •          i _«._              -         >   •                     ^
(262), Marg DeHart'*261, JCathy Hall 264.
._ on AprU 8. <    , t *  '    \  t      '   Allen.
Mrs. Philp gave an interesting ■ report   '• ■ ■■ ■
c from   Co-ordinating   Council.   Congrattjla-
„- - _■ tt-    i ct  ..   ,«-. »i •    r _ tions  to  Mrs.   Philp, .the  new> chairman
Mixed: Hazel Skytte 427, Elsie Johnson   for ^ council and Wst ^^y^ a sue--
170, Leo Johnson 538 (185). . cess£ul year< / ^ -,   ,   t
School League     lr v , Mrs. G. Harling read them annual report
7*1   lr< ■»
; Ten  Pins ../
^   • , >,      yv * , «    , <. >       School  League v , ivirs. v_. xiaruug reaa me annua, report   J
PEGASUS got a good work out on    Larry Gbesor^'m^kfe* ^surie thJ,t,Kfcith       Seniors ^.iBarl Jolin 449 (279), Heather   of hospital volunteers. This service is -much *-.
Mr_.   McNaughtbn  told   of   plans - for
Pender   Harbour   May   Day - celebrations
which will be- held-on^May- 20. This auxl—
_      \iary wili enter a v float or decorated fear.
wrrw man this ivPPk was Frank Nevens    ^ames of former M;a£;Qu,een are re'iuest-
™5h^rlSf S?" ?Q2? ffieh ladv was    *' Next *** ^^ meeUng. will ^Be^'eld
withal (-82, 277, 282). High lady was    on Apri} 1T _t ,H-deira Park community
Gibmm mmiftg
Sunday;playing the Lions in a re-    Deevy gets lots of-time*' .o'cat'clrthis   Hall 319 (205), tes August $6 (203).
turn match played mostly in" the Lion   one.        '<■<.•.
Well over 100- pieces of legislation have goal area T_ionS Bill McDermid and
been passed, including suchj impressive
enactments as medicare, guaranteed annual income for old age pensioners, the
Canada Assistance Plan, the health resources fund, a science council, manpower
programs, Bank Act revision, and a new
transportation policy.
But what has added the heaviest burden to the MPs' work is the new committee
Much more work is being done in committee now than ever before. Spending
estimates of each department are sent to
a committee for detailed study. Important
pieces of legislation go to a standing or
special committee. Special problems, like
the case of Ontario Supreme Courts Judge
Leo Landreville, are assigned to special
Members of parliament are iuman
enough, ,of^ course, to protest bitterly
against' __e new burden of work. They say
the .committee system isn't working out,
that they can't be in two places at the same
time, that they are left with almost no
time for mother,' duties.
The committees sit while the House
sitting. So'me committees have been-meet-
' ing three times a day—morning, afternoon,
and eveniiSg.
«_6JB_te___W5 ~~ ■«" •   / ' ''u«<v   «!/■", a.**   -
Paddy Richardson, wua 676 (2o5)       . R&n/M interested are    ked /to att6n»d>;
_- Latf! Sr°ff-e: ?^yl M^T'i v.T It        M>*s. PhUp and several .memliers witt
llTr,n% ^Kn°n Lf J14' ST*tS^S attend   «»   re^nal   mee«°g  '* PCHA^
«,9 (-?62)l-_oThr?Se £&?**.«  t    n°   3T„ auxiliary  division   at  Richmond^General
Wernmg 599, Jean Whitla 526, Lenora In- fio^pitafon April 17> .   .  ,   _
g  n u        a   t^ * ci     '  „-»» ,»,«.   n m1 Mrs-  B-   Warden  paid  tribute to our
Gibsons A: Dot Skerry 673 (255), Carol lab member   Mrs, R McCaUum, a red-
«lflo?f? 6r9' F^fmfan ?fftynoids 73ct(2i4' dent of this area for many years.      t      t
> 247)   Jim  Chaster 610, Don  Skinner Canon ^      Greene    m >        ft   ^^,
262, Frank Nevens 252. L „  ,   .-VT;,,,,., ,1,,,,^.
Teachers'   Hi:   Paddy   Richardson   676
' * a 7
Excellent Shape
New Canvas
SO HP Engine
Ready To Go
Oitly $1695.00
Phone 885-2155
An active^ member, who may sit on two ^, .-r     - -
or  three  committees,   starts  his  day  at ' . ^"s!-e     ; . *     ,.,;,,
aboHt 9 a.m., and ends it at 1Q or 11 p.m.    EVERYONE'S    offside 'yells    Lion*'"''1on~'Sun<iay^'It took; a fake penalty
He   may^have   Wednesday , and ,Friday Ted Farewell as he goes stomping    to give the Lions a goal and the final ^Norman  Christiansbn   245,   Helen   Girard
evenings^,for oflier meetings, jsod^l du-. down the field while Lion Terry Rod-   score was not recorded ihthe official   fi32 r2B4V Tflffv are,tr 78R '31fiV Art Ho1"
(255), Sylvia Bingley 621 ^333), Lorraine
V7erning.,618 (242), Alec Mephg, 262, Art
Holden 732 (260, 259), Verai|:^rr 2#, Freeman  Reynolds  738  (242,  253,  243),   Joan
• Quarry'619 (246), Len Ellis 610 (248), Herb
Lowden 248, Myra. Marleau 253,
Commercials: Frank Nevens 851 (-282,
277, 292), Dave Hopkins 604, Bob Emerson 694 (265), Shirley Hopkin 240, Herb
Lowden 614" (279\)X Marybelle*__6lland"'628;';
,(274),=. Jean- Jorgenson 619, Harold Jorgenson \W2 .J253), tJack Clement 629 (241),
Murry Crosby. 243.
Port Mellon: Glyn Davies 687 (283),
Clem Bulget 627 (266), Kay Taylor 617
(245), Gordon Taylor 657 (248), Frances
Scorgie 666 '(248, ^), Dorcy Lefler 623,
••,    AX;
ties,r recreation, or for getting back to his way i00ks for the-ball: that suddenly,   filfes of Pegasus. T'is rumored that
-constituency tor a weekend-of work at vani^ed. |njhe s^yM^e&f^Uons are looking fqr soccer strip
' This is one reason why members  are '     •
-getting  awfully tired  of people  who  tell gfj. Joseph Tmtch  . .  •
them scornfully that they don t earn their =-	
$18,000 a year. tTJ _F      1     1        •   1 •_•!■_
Successful bridge builder
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Most of them do earn it, and most of
them are working too hard. The burden of
committee  work in a long  session is   a
,.    strain on their health and their tempers,
■   ''and some ,changes will-probably, have to
l #be made "to 1ease-the- burden.  '- 7"-
; "   , But the achievements of some,of these
committees .in this, session have been so
became; Lieutenant-
"632 (264), Taffy Greig 786 (316), Art Hol:
: den 654 (263), Gil Musgrove 613.
Men's: Freeman Reynolds 665, Frank
Nevens, 792 (259, ,260, 273), Art Holden 785
(271, 312), BiU Peterson 702 (253), Tom
McGuire 630, Herb Lowden 614, Don Skinner 650 (306), Taffy-Greig 699 (282),
Juniors: Brian McKeniie 263, Martin Kie-
witz 393, (225), .Wayne Wright 346 (175),
Karen Br'ignall 342 (194), Bill Hobson 259,
Randy Whieldon 300 (176), Ian McKenzie
295, Jim Green 368 (201)..
fenders are invited on the sale of the Old
Municipal Hill Building, Secheit. Bids to fie in writing
and submitted by April 19th, 19G7, on the basis of
as Is (except piu^ Terms Cash.
Building may be inspected during regular office
hours. .     _■ _
The highest or any bid not necessarily accepted.
. The Corporation of the Village of Secheit,
f. t. RAYNER,
^ . Clerk.
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stages in the bouse in little more than a
The transport committee handled  the
huge bill on the new transportation policy*- w^Vi™
in      a,      aimila.      nUn„(l..»      «„J       -Mi-i I  ■"'Cl      IOII5
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THE FIRST lieutenant-governor after British Columbia became a province of
significant that there can be no question Canada, Sir Joseph Tmtch, almost missed
^esDy Seri°US curtaUment of the commit-   his entrance into pubrfc  life because he
eThe finance  committee,, for  example,    *** ^ successful in private life,
held 108 meetings dealing'with^six govern-,   , I_e __was _.a.~British^ civil engineer, born,
ment bills, including the nlassive decen-   "in   Somersetshire   In" 1826,   and   was   in'
nial revision of the Bank Act Jamaica  when he heard the call  of  the
This committee dealt exhaustively rwith ' west: It took him to1 California, a place he .. tr
this bill which, when it was first^ intrQ- disliked, and to Oregon, which he liked, 1{<i
duced, was almost universally predicted -and there was married. Construction work '<;
to contain the seeds of violent controversy,    took him back to Illinois, but in 1859 he   <:,p|
The painstaking-and objective' research    came to Victoria^ where he won the* task   [*$
in committee took all or most of the sting    of  building Alexander - Suspension  Bridge
out of the controversies. Amendments were    over the'Fraser at Spuz'zum and part of
made in committee, both by government 'the road from Yale to Cariboo.
ofnd^Z°Sn^em.bStJ^Sfi Te .K        Trutch was a logical  choice, as  Com-
wflR  Til« J t^nth    tho  \Z° ■ *l    missioner of la,nds and wqrks aq^surveyor-
laL«Tn07rinSrlUgS,ilh^-le^inMln!   ferjril but 'Governor Frededctl Seymour
hesitated in the appointment. Seymour
wrote to'London in 1864 < pointing out that
Trutch for s\% years would continue to' col-
in a similar objective and efficient man- jfl {f,s on roads and bridges he had
,ner. The defence committee, while more   g1"^Al"*!!**,?^f iJ^^SSnS?
contentious, certainly had a',thorough and   J4,00?, a far" If'r "s ,and ^m/sslonW;
expert examinaUon of defence- uniffpa'tibn. J? a"0^ £\°L^ iZ^J^S* thJ
Other   committees   looked   into   living   \^(Z"f,,^   °™ ^f1 ^f" Sj
costs, drug prices, broadcasting, the pub-   trffl? would.go, to his bridges, tripling his
lie service! Automobile safety, agriculture, jJrJSi[ZT^ IZZl SK^ $H
divorce, consumer credit, national, parks J^"1™"1 on cond,Uon that Trutch sel1
and penitentiaries. hla «"t«rests.
Some MPs who never shine ,}n the larg-        Once   In   office,   Trutch   continued   his
,  cr forum of the House of Commons come    career' as a  builder,  became a  member
into their own in tho informal, -reasoned   of the executive council, wns a delegate
, atmosphere of a committee,   ' ,       ■,.,.,,     In 1870 to the Ottawa talk's...which,,led to
A committee is less, partisan than the  .our' entry into, Confcdcratlb.il and In 3871
Commons, less theatrical. There a mem-   was   appointed, lleutenantlgovornor,   suc-
bcr can become expert, on banking, d<5-   cecdlng five" colonial governof-s. Ho retired
'fence, pricing systems, drug costs," or any-  Jn 1870, was knighted in 1889 and died in
one of a number of 8ubjects?«-.''..'..'"'',.,';'/-'|.'-'^'''.England.;:in,7.J904.- , '
If he wants Information,' he catt Usifally
get Jt from expert witnesses',,^ndI expert
, .information,^aflide^from4tfltJntrini,S6*value;1*
tends to reduce iho inflammatory clement
In any piece of legislation.     >
This is one of the greatest values of
'   committee \york; Once a committee has
dealt with a bill, that bill usually ''OMap'cs
,  J>elng treated with intemperate pnrlls&n-
' fildp in the Ifousc, "':; '  '«",V. ,/.,/,■'
Effective, partisanship requires a ceir.
tain blindness, tolacts.Thb committee pro-
■ vides facts and reduces partisanship,
Tho party system has its uses, of course.
W partisanship disappeared entirely %,
parliamentary system would suffer fr6m
a lack of tension, a lack of altcrnaUycs in
policies as well as people.     |
But.ihh parliament In.the |>ast h'ai 'tint*
/crcd from am.oxcosa of partisan spirit.'
Tho new committee system, .burdensome I
... 4»JUa,.ntuM|t share some of tlio credit for j
reducing that.  . '
It can also claim to be,rys'fwpYtile "for
giving parJiamcnt a better-informed re-
presentation than ever before, It (this
Jcccps up, 1he! day may c«me when Cana-
Ulans evwHdmJt tharthcirMPs arc™cartf
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, ..Hotic'ojs ^ficrVqby given thar tlio undersigned has been ap-
:p«MM RtTURNiNG OFFICER ro conrftfe. an Election, t$ elect
TWO (2) Trustees fpr tho above mentioned district. FOR A THREE .
One (1) Trustee to bo clotted from tho owners of Lands within
tho Corporation of rho Village of Secheit. TO BE KNOWN A> '
ZONE'ONE.'   s ■■      . ,'        .     .      :..'......■■■,■. '......    , sUA
.' One (1) Triisfc© to ho elected from owner* of l^nds H^Tj \
within'tho Corporation of tho Village of Secheit. TW« to |>o known \
os ZONE TWO. .
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' Tho Rcgi«Tcred Voters in Zono /pno <H"n^l T<fQ„ aro hereby
norifTed U attend a meeting to ho heU in THtelHPSPITAi. COTTAGE, CpWRIE STREET, Secheit. April £4Hi> %%6i, at tho hour of
tlGHTtfe) O'tlddc ,P!^. at^ which pfoeojiiijd Vour I will.pjroceod.
to call for hominations arid'to toko tho votes of rlio Electors present.
nj.}ti«tiit(.nn«(mi»n^#/i m>m
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—iimhiiijM  Hill I ■■ » nn iminmmiii ■ nu    ,
i#i®#"J^0« tor Safety*'
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The said meeting will ho closed as soon as tho votes of tho
Electors present, and yotlng when votes are called for, havQa^oon
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benjamin D, Firth,
1 Returning Officer
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A $500 grant may be claimed under
the terms of the Act Respectirtg Provincial iGra^
Home Acquisition by those qualifying under the
following general conditions:
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1. You must'hava corVipIeted the cbristructVbh or contracted to purchase a homo or
eligible apartmentfes^ence oh >      s[
Z, You Wiust have been> re^cleht of British CoWmbla:^
Wse b'r'tha comp^
,'     '3; Vou^rYhot fevo Vefe^l^efd H(^mb<iwrt^rs'Gr^irVts eakceedlWigfsQSlft ^ot^, /
' '     4. You mu?t certify that this Is to be your place of residence for the next 5 years.
Victoria, BritishC(iMiim^ '...;:„.;:,..
CSOVERNIVIENT OF |ME r -     '— ■■—
tfOff, yt,/A* C. BENNETT', Prerrile'randlVllnlsterofFInanco, ,  '
Q. S, BRYSON, Deputy Minister of Finance, f
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^i!wAlliose^}io,altcndfed^w%» Miss Lee Md-" ,   Hi:
|l   IfcfiteW?; IfrancesV, taci^on^ Pat;>Port_rV J ff
Jk£v<^SW, HelWn'p_dUr^,\S6arotf Ellis, r *   ;
Iff, - Wly 0?fc»tt; c]«rary _tfu&f<_&*&er Espfey, ,«    {>
f§1 YMjiXMcfi * Ba-chTerr^ Ilk. 'Jessie :tncken, 'i]\
af^rV^B^chie/Glafdys RitcBie, Angetfe '   s\ -<
\t itycifcerZ,Mrs. -Elsie, HecKheli; 'Mrs*;Lee , i;/
f^J^edrha^Meen'BVstedti.^Sa Arin,Stfaw, „    >H
■,f^VMan&;gj_ts were^ received and greatly
*    "*"        * ■*     'V   J_*Jr      *    Wa1« * a*- f t
appreciated. ^       '   ,   >w
„, ^A^bajq^shower; Was also j held recently
"t ^theKfiome/)_ tfie Porters, wb.ere^Pat Por-
i, fer-and5Gladys Ritchie,were co-hostesses.
7 XMxs^Tiialakt Aiderson was('Jbe^guest of hon-
~t driprese^it vwere "Mrs. F.„Ritchie^Sr4,N1Wrs.
" 'E.rMc^rutt^Cathy Hall, Helen Phillips, Gail
3.' Checkl pump' for, output. Wettable
powder pesticides can^cause wear. Replace
any worn parts.
4. Check pressure gauges and replace
if faulty.   ' ' i'   X   ' • . *f°xes are^hree titne^'as numerous
5. Replace damaged  screens,  as con- America* as they nvere a hiindred
tinued use will result ih nozzle plugging, "And the more the,fox is hunted
and in some cases, in damage to more ex- and chased,, the smarter he^ ber
pensive sprayer parts. dividual foxes have been,lcriowp
6. t Check all lines and hoses, replacing pack of hounds for four days, ,w
any which show signs of wear or "weather- pads off dogs' feet, leaving ^their; iwdies    v.       4 ,. r
ing."        ^__ gaunt,and skinny. Manydog^kmyVbeen     »?v. A*X*^ , I *^X:XZ XA *
oughly clean' fins' on air blast arowned  daring a, cbase-tfoBqwing. |be    fcaXICCffrOP, IVlimSteT ». •%•■
sprayers. Air velocity is critical with these crafty and,lighter fox over thiFige.'puripg >mmm '    " "
machines, and residues on the fins will de- long chases the iox will snack ajobg the
crease efficiency. way on berries and mice, or Spurt",far, a-
8. Remove nozzles ahd examine care- head, to doze under a bush until- the' bounds
fully for wear. Wettable powder suspen- catch up.
K^wrj^MrsI Sylvia^ McNutt and1 Mrs. tEva
1 s^pnget.<-$■,-,<. « yA >   j-'"1.  „ '     ./T *   A
s f7i Att^aprflrf weeding ^stiowerl was Iheld at
.* {rtheT«r. lemieux residence where'Barbara
rgu^st^^nor. Great appr'e-
shown'for the-ma&y^gifts re-
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_r_i__-_* --~. t w.   ^, * 7^   - c. ,x- -   a.      'tr_tab_estd ,a^ei_d.but^aBIe, Wsend^lSfts
- .dKincts^e^ Ms^Mt feyel of    +fa:te^Crucii; Mrk/J.^Masrie^Ey%
?bar-ng,^nd:l^schbol,distncts are^at the , aidbreME'vett^Ke^t, JoanKorga^and,Cefc*
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N1*  .-O^et^ent-lievelof^baririg, indicating," Mr.   vgh.- .".
*"* ^Petaerson^said'-in'infereasVm'the'brovincial  ^Tv "?wt^ »?_,,_ \X--X-, ,^**£- Vi ^uS, N ^
i rep^s«a, jn^-arTRtse » uie jhwubau       Jjovely^corsages>were made  artd. pre-
^goyernm^nta-sbanng^capjtal cos^. ^ w , , «ented % Kay lemieux:     J ""    "
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WiJJiam ijL BaiJlie-Grohman . . .
ritislE author-sportsman
lost all seekina iortane
.     7
rges School Trustees
spend mm^ prac.icdly
PROVXNCTAL government will provide an    cent. -" ^ "    ?
additional fl.OOO.flOO ,over and above the        These   budgetary increases   result   in . .."     .        &, * j
appropriation^ $101,100,000 for payment of   school distact operating costs in excess^ of    ^^Sj^^uS^i^t   *
to intensify their efforts to keep publie
school costs within practical ,_»ounds.J     fc-
_,    , . , . A- 4tn, 1ftn ftnn •   *-.      age of 7.99 mills. Tbe overall average mill    t*"^ make y°u?
The total amount of,$102,100,000 is $14-,      *      inclusive   of oDeratine  and' caratal j 	
100,000, or 16 per cent greater than the    2Sn_2fT?  °L?".SiSl ."St
, t,.~r-~ A CAR?,
same time develop a huge new area of
British Columbia for agriculture.
Examining  the  flood-wasted   Kootenay   F*;
ats in the Creston Valley of Southeast-    M1
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Plats in the Creston Valley of Southeast-    htf ,^ ^A ^>J ,- ^ %*s
ern BritLsk Columbia, he decided that if the    7" X   fV^ '
level of Kootenay Lake could somehow be    p. *m7 ^7 X* ,
lowered, annual spring flooding would end    'X]fpl"%§'^'
and these rich- alluvial plains saved for - y £fe*%    —•'
farm production.     , • "  ''
He bel/eyed that this could be achieved *
if the constricted outlet from the lake was
widened. A year 1 aterKe*lmproved on his
scheme by planning a diversion of the Upper Ko6tenay River into Columbia lake at
a point where the two waterways were
only IVt miles apart,
Baillie-Groham negotiated a deal with
the British Columbia gbvernment. He
would 'dig a Canal ifor the diversion in return for 48,000 acres of the rich Kootenay
flats. He wa's promised the land if he could
conquer the flooding, ,provldpd the.federal
government approved his plan. He went off
to England to rpise capital. .       (j <
But'the Canadian Pacific Railvyay att
that time wain constructing its line',' west- *
ward through British Columbia and feanjd
the diversion would interfere with this'project, Ottawa, holding jurisdiction ,i over
navigable waters, ruled against tho ,dlvcr-
ision, Baltyie-Grpham had noV expected to
be balked and had already spent; considerable money on his project. !;OUawai#_xecd
to a .comprblrni5e^',?cher^'e,;.■l^p;;;d6yeIopcr
would dig his ditch, but. strictly as t\ navigational aid. It would be cquippedj\Wlth
locks which wo^ld7|be;;closed whtnj;shins
wcro not using th^''C,arial.,v^!'\lVi\;^!;".J;|i|lj'.l,'
BHllllo-GrohmAn  built li|„  canal,?' 0,700
feet long nndl45;,fcpt wide «nd the jpbiwas
completed  In  1889.  The lock  made)!, the
canal  useless, for  land ;reclamatHon!,and
practically  .useless  for   riay'lftfttiph./i-, Qnly
two ships ever passed:; thrortgh. Ho "had;
"'spoilt lilnc years and all his money oii tho
plan and never reclaimed a single aero.
In 1893 the .developer- returned to Europe
**fcherc ho'dlc'd in 1921. ;       ,    ,',;      ; , -
, Thousands of acrorf. of Kootenay; Plats
wore  reclaimed by dyklnp and draining
.,'ln years,,tli«t fo,|l<>v^Hlv'b,Ht,l,jal)l|c?Qrpho'rn
' pjroflted nof'la;hlcklpf, All„ tbat, roibalnsi of
reacners   ^,-auu.^u,   uw   ^.,~    ^f       appUcation  of   the Home   Owner
in Home Om Grants to reduce local    Q    t    Jth   ^^     {      ^ ^ resi.
f^/^JSS_Pm5meAibgXirm^ZZ    dential property owner will therefore be
total of $144,700 000 mgrante and Payments    lessenedFacSordyingly.
for  school district  education   costs. , The        _     .l    ...   tj ,„       .,     ...
government wiU provide a further $1,200,-        In ™* °l the increased financi^assist;
000 towards the cost of school district and    «"« being provided to; school distacts in
regional colleges.                                   , 1987> «» ^s.tef ^ that h.e„ **  °?J
' expect any district will have an increase in
The education finance formula provides iocal scnool taxes of moye -^an gVes mills,
that for each school district the provincial In fact;" of ttfe" 87 school cBstricfs; 241 clis-,
gpvernment pays the fuU cost of (a basic tricts have an increase of less than four
education  program   beyond  the  'amount nijrjS) oine districts have increases from
which can be raised by a basic levy deter- 4 to AVa mills, 22 districts- have, increases
mined  annually by  the LieutPttant-Gover- from AY*  to 4\_ mills, 17 districts have
nor irrjCouncil. The Public Schools Act pro- increases from >AVz to 4^4 mills, and only
vides thdt this levy account exceed 18 mills i5 districts have increases /from 4% to 5
andv further provides that provincial basic mins,                       ,
grants shaU not be less tnapi one-half of with mpect to snar€able capital debt
the total cost of the basic education'pro- fee provinclal gQvernment capital  grants
gram for all school dwtnog calculated on are 50        cent    here the locaI sbare can
a   province-vvide   baste.   The   basic   levy be raisea by a kyy of three miUs of ^
has been set. at 16.10 mills for 1967, an ?5 pe   cent where the*local^sbare exceeds
increase of .15 mills over tho 1966 rate of
15.95 mills.
In addition to the increase in the basic
leyy covering the local school district's
posts of the basic education program, Mr.
Peterson pointed out that' for 1967 there
had been substantial increases in school
district budgeting for services which are
paid for locally and this has resulted in*a
further increase Jn local > school mill rates;
He said, that hp had given warning 'of this
in his address to the Legislature last February when he' indicated that school district budgottlng for teachers' salaries would
probably Increase by 20 per cpnt to 25 per
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Legion Hall - 8 pm - Thursday, Aprin3th
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We have waited eleven years or more  for the, powers that be to at least provide  access to the magnificent view of the  rapids running at full bore, a view that  cannot be experienced except from a vantage point on land, and a tourist potential  that will eventually draw thousands "of  visitors to Secheit Peninsula. Now in appears that, if present >lans materialize,  tais long negletced under-two-miles of roadway to the chuck witn a further two mileS1  of easily constructed connection to Dons-  ton will becOaTie a reality.  Reasonable automobile access will suffice in, the meantime Once that is accomp-  :'!  Ml  .  ���il*  .4  17 a. *  k.1 '  !,-*����*��%-.  ���**3��~'  Jc"  �� V  'S   i  B of M Beyje^r,�� .'�����   ���..,>, ^ ���  if, t^, v   *  xpanding  presents a '^'hqljipnge._  A* RAPI_>LV-expandin"g'labor''forte 'pre- ' force.has'rlsen si^nificantly^.a   ,* -  s,    .  sents  a challenge to Canada's policy- - ���% "This tendency cannot' be expected to-  makers to find appropriate job opportuni- hold back much longer the flood of' youi_g  ties, if the country*$ full economic poten- people into Chelator market,  tial is to be realized, according to the Bank ' "in tact* the rige distribution of our pop-  <of Montreal's Business Review.  ,          , ulatioA is such'that we now, ate at the  The bank; says very rapid growth in the . stage where the group, in their early twea-  ^natipnal labor iorce ean be expected ahd ties wm be expanding rapidlyt at Jthe sam'e  the new"entrants will, on balance, be bet- time as,ihQ 314-19 year olds are continuing  " **���> '' \ r R^adyfor opening  iushed^the demand from~faf~and near w_u LAST-MINUTE preparations; were store shows a variety of ne^w colorful  soon convince the government that it has - going-on yesterday ^fpr the,"grand fabrics available. Also-in stock are "a  been remiss in not improving the skookum- opening of Wigard'^s Seeing Centre, wide range of Singer Sewing'ma-  chuck parksite long  since.  As  a   tourist    Fridav and Saturday of this week,    chines and related nroducts. -  chuck  parksite  long  potential it is without equal.  EGMONT EYEDROPS  Hear that Danny Griffith, has now completed his six month pre-apprenticeship  course in heavy duty mechanics and welding and is now m Vancouver for the purpose of enrolling as an apprentice with one  of the equipment companies. Danny, eldest  son of Sob and Eileen Griffith, finished his  wintry sojourn in Prince George with an  4A* Tating which should help some "in bis  present application for .further learrung in  the trade. I  Friday and Saturday of this week,    chines and related products.  This section of th6 neatly arranged  Halfmoon Bay Happj^(0;^  HealtJi Tips  m 'ii��� __������������   ���_���������_.���   ���i ������-���   _.       -   ������"���I i    ^  Canadian Medical Assoc*  ter educated than ever before. Thus, one  of the necessary ingredients for bouyant  economic growth is assured. ���  The unemployment rate generally has  been declining for the past three years,  and reached 3.5 per cent in 1966. At the  same time, the labor force has been growing at an increasing rate. Since 1861, there  has been a net addition of 1,000,000 people  ���to the labor force, a reduction of 200,000 in  the number of unemployed and a huge increase of 1,200,000 in the number of people  who have found jobs in the expanding economy.  GROWTH SHARED  The B of M says that all five major  geographical regions of Canada have shar  -by Mary Tinkley  JAMES Helmer, who died in St., Mary's  -Hospital on April 5th, was barn at Mission, B.C. on May 16th, 1896. For 23 years,  ha piloted a boat on the AtKabaska River  for Northern Transportation. "After coming  portatiSn*,* which 4id/-nQt canre .within the  scope of tiie Regional District's activities.  He fe.lt that'if, there was public transportation, the development.^..the..area, would  automatically'follojv .and would justify the  to increase in numbers, albeit at a somewhat slower rate than in the recent past.*'.  MORE WOMEN'  "There is little reason to doubt that the  participation rates  6t women, who have  recently constituted such, a large proportion of the additions to the labor force, will  ^continue to increase," the B of M states. '  The percentage of women regularly participating k in the Canadian labor  market  still is, much smaller than in most industrialized   countries,   but the  processes  of  "social change likely will work to close the  gap-      : :    .  "In particular, the recent dramatic decline irj bjrtb i-ates. might well give rise to  _,___,___        a Significartt increase In the numbers of  edlntthe rapidemployment growth of the ? married" women in the labor ��orce."   ���  sixties. "        The influence-of immigration as a source  "However,   even   though   the   regions    of additions to the, market has been of in-  which had the severest unemployment pro-    creasing significance in Tecept years, the  MORE emphasis should be given to the    "������ have-tended to have stronger rates   .bank.ajays. '        -,-    '    ^ num.  -' imoortarfce of exercise for  middle-age    of growth m employment during this per- ,From a low of 35,000 in 1961, Uie num-  ni__T and womVn   the^Canadian  Medicll    w^, changes in the distribution of the labor    bers of immigrants destined for the labor  Jll.���' Canadian  Medical   ^ ^ ^ mwh ^ ^^ regions    foree haye _isen eacb y^tiJxrms> there  have not experienced a decline in their wer^ 74,000." ^ -, i. _*  share of the Canadian unemployment to-        The  most rapid increaseSvW employ-  tal" m��nt during the sixties have been mainly  About those  at work,  the<W notes *�� ** more skilled occupations  and the  that recently there has been a xapid ac g^up expanding die fastest has been the  celeration in the numbers of young men Professional and  technical;category. The;  Still with the same family, younger "son   to British Columbia, he was a logger ,and kind of, progress planned-by tiie Regional  David spent four days-ofhis Easter -school    commercial fisherman. During the last Jfew District. Mr. Watson assured his listeners  vacation- having tonsils'and  adehoids re-    years, be picked evergreens. _He has. lived that before-any of-the proposed develop- 1^-�����T^wrF_rii,Lr  moved at St Mary's'Hospital. -Sort of slip-    on the :Peninsula for 20 years,\8 years -at ments were^put into'effect, they would be lir^   ��nM   ��'  <*Za   a0*\i %  ���a nn nn vmir timingfliere vfTimff fellow.    pender Harbour and the last :12 years*it put to a referendum- " peopie__wiu  spwiu  a   guoa  ueai   ji  Halfmoon Bay.  ped up on your timing-there, young fellow.  -  -* -   -'* l*  * -   -y -  Local^business interests' are up-to their  ears5^preparations for the coming tourist  season,, which .win commence in earnest on  'May1 24 weekend. John and Mary West  have,had a.considerable area cleared and  filled to ' accommodate the steadily increasing demand for camping and trailer  space-at their popular tenting resort, 'and  locals, Axel Neilsen and Hughie Morgan ~ ing at Rutherford's on April 5th when Norm  have forsaken their north, sbore gardfe_ang Watson and Eric iPfittie gave a lucid and  to complete John and Dorothy Bosch's comprehensive report on tiie functions and  Marina coffee shop and commissary type -*-���-������-������ -* "-- "���L!-- "���-��������� �����-������i.��  store. '*      \/ t .   l   is  In   addition to   the  Egmont  facilities,  In the area to attend the funeral were  Mr. Helmer's daughter Stella'(Mrs.' Rbllo  Goodwin), his sop, Buster Helmer, both of  Waterways, Alta., and Mrs." Helmer.* sister, Mrs.7 Don Cameron of ^Winnipeg.  LIVELY MEETING  ���It was a lively and well-attended- meet-  Objectives of the Sunshine Coast Regional  District,     a    ^_ ^v  >  ���.Mr.  Watson outlined  a  scheme for  a  weekly, garbage collection which he estimated would cost between 30 and 35 cents  a^.anr-for, private households. He expected  there '-would shortly' be amendments to  their, letters- patent-whicl^ wpuld- enable the  !Ruby Lake's John Cline and Mclc' Garrick  aire presently adding a "camping ground to  their increasingly popular motel, and. dl%  ing^ room resorts AH in all, the r touring  caniper-outer "will   have   a   much*' "better  ^fe'��^K_^����*W?S^S     -District.to:de_.\vitn:wate/_wnich, he un-    ing:I.week'forking on. their lot���'*t3_&  in the area thai, has "been the case inform-    ^^d   w^ a- -^j^ -iB; paTt?;iCi, tjfe    c^. and. drawing,:up- pbans for;their -re-'  Halfmoos.;Bay^area, .__���;   L^\. -A    tiremexit, home-are Jftr. ancf.MrsoJi-S: T.  VISITATIONS  ' Thereto are "some becoming tans around  this week 'with- the return, from Hawaii of  the Jack Morgans and Don Ross. Mr. Ross,  who went off to Hawaii around Christmas  time complaining bitterly about the B.C.  weather' has returned with plenty of criticism of the, weatiier in Ha'waii, where it  has' apparently been an unusually rainy  .eason. , -  Mrs. Leta Hanney's guests last weekend were her granddaughter Corlynn Hanney and, Lloyd Burritt, both of Vancouver.  They are two of twelve UBC singers who  have just returned from a singing tour of  Toronto, Quebec and Montreal.  . Recent-genets'of IVJrs. Frank Lyons were  her,tnfbghter-in-law; .Mjr$. R. E. Labfd.and  her granddaughter,', Susan Pearson. .Spend  Association says.  ' Physical inactivity or lack of exercise  causes rapid degeneration of body tissues,  and this degeneration can occur in the  heart and lungs as well as in the musculature. Middle-age people" have a tendency  to beco'me apathetic towards exercise as  they become more involved in other environmental interests' and activities.  The advance of automation and mechanization* is also a problem m our society,  causing people to take part in less and  many  time  searching for a parking spot in order to  save just a few steps, missing the benefits af valuable exercise. Others find it  necessary to have two or three television  sets in their homes to eliminate walking  from one room topv another to see a particular show.  The CMA points out that we are becoming a soft and flabby race. And this applies  'particularly to middle-age persons who  nave retired from participation in active  sports  Exercise for men and women in this  age group must be planned and vigorous,  and most important, should be regular and  consistent. Equipment and facilities are  unimportant, and exercise can be done at  any time of day A program of exercise  such as;:the 5BX or 10BX Plan can be  done at hohie and takes only a few minutes  each day  aged 14-24 at work, and this is but an indication of future trejids as the wave of postwar babies passes through the teens and,,  into the ^early twenties and therefore into  tiie labor force in increasing numbers^  This* influence has riot Ibeen felt strongly  in recent years because of a tendency; for  a larger proportion of young men to stay  in school or go on to post-secondary education, so that" the age at which'they have  become regular participants in tbe labor  clerical group and the craftsmen and pro:  duction* workers also have grown substan-1  tially. " '-  - v The only category which has registered  a significant decline is the farmers and  farm workers group. }  A friend told me that he thinks his wife  must be a terrific cook. Just the other nighi  he "came home'and found a truck driver  eating" there.  in the area'tliad has'lieentire'case ift'form  er years:  _.  �� i*.*  "April' 4'.  community  club- rummage  sale%mp\m*v&$n*K1v&'m*visit- ^l^TT'f1^ ^^'^^?flS  U*>atroW it aL_o was-a'fihkdal- _u�� SJ**?' **?? dU% ^ ^^ **  cess as is/usuaL at'these affairs. How' cari    %*�� <* ? .WW aAYJ!�� *�� Rrevent. peo-  'JA$, ,regards budding.,-regulations,-, the    William?., jy former.-resident' visiting tho  __i_L_L * -a      i__l      _i *___��__       "___*'_.__    .��____i_ii_"_. ***��_��>��'  loot 4��T��_3r_3i__r ,<ttr*__r "^T**_* r-,r*%**T*\��%e    Ali_v��iirt_ii��  Regulaf exercises will keep the"weight  tloi^to^'dorraalva^-wll'.-o'reatecphysicalvi-  fit^essV ahdr a; greate'r' zest for living:  v'pj^hera .Canadian_;;At;edical r Association  in  U&���eWMs:UT6?&aWs Sander    ^^^t^.��^;o^a^^��intw:r  ^sltheguestofthe'Ed Curtah's. <ti��    ���^'}W-WWten-,. physical   fiU*ss   in  -    ^��"��"��'* -recommends  active  participation  area,  who was  and,-Mrs;.-' 'Alexander- lived on the ���'SutHer-  Vancouver.  , .A party, is planned, at the" Welcome  Beach "Hall on-April-22nd when members  will have an opportunity to see slides tali*  en by- !Mr. and Mrs'. Rob Wilkinson on their  recent trip to Hawaii.  gladly .donate-it.to the, committea. aThen    te.investigated.,    comes-the-'bigjday,'"and they come^otrie ; ^Mr.'Watson read correspondence recejv-  with twice the 'quantity*, they ^d1 disposed e'd by the Health' Department regarding  of���and a lighter packet-book. VBut-it, wa? Mr. Jjm Cooper's dump add "reported that  such a.bargain;' d^aitf F'jjist .couldn't,re- thle .Health- Dept. bad-no objection to the  gist iV Mrs',v'Arle^e;Tiada^ of\ KleiiidaJe dump1 provided it was' adequately maintain-  got the real'.bargain of the'.after9poh. Ar-' edi Mr. Cooper agreed.that.this would be  Jitmewon'th^do^^r^e'.' *-cSj", >*"11.  ^/^ donjfc.  ���     *"'"���.,   '    '.',>'> '. X" .'   '   "'  "-" X" 7*'* l*,"V       ,/      '  ' ''       ' Mr. Watson dealt patiently and efficient. ,,  ,   Lily and I spent an enjoyable afternoon    ly  with many questions from the  floor. \    at the rccenf opening of Len Higgs'Secheit In reply to Canon Alan Greene, he^eicplain-    FINNISH MUSIC NOT FINISHED  Marine Building overlooking'Porpoise Bay. ed how and why the Regional District had     , The history of Finland1  until 50 years  The 'A' frame office building and home been formed and reported that the first    ago was, one of conquest-and rule by for-  of the Higgs' enterprises  was  loaded to elections would be held in December. Mrs.    eigners..In, the 12th century, the country  the gunnels with friends, relatives attji well- Ralph Lynds felt that the Halfmoon Bay    was conquered by Sweden  and remained"  wishers, a fitting tribute to the popularity area was not ready for the kind of develop-    under the .influence* of that- country until  of this well-known Peninsula family.     .' nipnt  planned  by the   Regional  District.    1809, when Finland was annexed by Russian  Len,   an  old   friend   of   many   years' She recounted her experiences in Campbell    Not until after the .Russian Revolution in  standing and a'couple of pounds-heavier River where, she* said, hardship and un-    1917   did   Finland   achieve ���Independence,  than in former times, and his good; wife happiness were caused in many cases by    Howover, no foreign occupation ever sue-  Rita, aided and abetted by" the \rest.,of developments carried'out by the Regional    ceeded in eradicating the individuality; and  the Higgs' clan, proved excellent' hosts 'and feiptrict. In fact, she' claimed, some people    spirit of Finnish music and poetry, which  l_nd property ^a- time, whne M^ATex^ Sg^Sr^^Ss^1^^ ***  der-superintended"the-building bf>tti. cot- Pte>-as.wfluas tor,ptner ages.  tages and bunk houses for Osborne Log-     .','/.'-.:/ , a:,.\-7'X ���;.���., j,k.-.: ;������. .\���.;��� ������  ging. He is)now an;e'mployee-of:B.C.: For- ..ll^^^^W ^ne ^j?1^ wp  est-Products and  has a  home in  North k^.':*,��;^Prd;^lps those ,^who help them-  s6lves but the "g^v.rnment helps those who  dori% ;   ',������. ���" ' ��� '��� ������ \:^.   ' ���   ���..  , , ���  "iv^,~ijTrtr**-'**j*^~j**__c_c_f7**r"'_^J  r.-^��v^��W^mu��A-AaNW��s��i��ibiM��^^  ^    SPECIAL    ^  For the Opening  of  Wigard's Sewing Centre  0% Off on all (leaning  ���'^W'l^yslc^ '���*:';  ���A.^,:!v$t.:AXX.:*!  ' ' A'r, '  '. 'K:t *  -..,'..;%, !***M,''.  Left for Peninsula Cluariers  XXX':jaiiM!irnMr7'-- ������. -':���: ���������  Sewing Centre  \77x.7!''xX'7x:)yyyAyxA a..;.  wrrvrjji  rirB!0mr-rvBsf*fi^*vBiiv^**ve^^  *&&&jrrxr^*iWW*&f?FtifirfWr*&  made their opening an enjoyable .occaalori were' actually forced to sell their homes has existed since tho day. of the Vikings,  for  all   who   attended,   an   opfenlng .that ^cn,the cost of living was Increased be- Sometimes monotonous, but always deeply,  bodes well for the future success of ;this ''���d ^j- mcansr n, j. shaicb, agreeing moving, ,tho folksongs of the Finns; have a  enterprising couple. ' '   ' �� r  i i  !    i  lospifal Needs You  J8 ffai    when,the cost of living was Increased be-    Sometimes monotonous, but always deeply,  Of ;this    iAj (heir means, R. J. Shaicb, agreeing    moving, ,tho folk,sopgs of the Finns; have 'a  ���r���,-P ���r��� ['.     iyilh .Mrs.! Lyrids, felt that the first vital    character which sets them quite apart frbm  Lease-lend lights servo a'double pur'   n^di of tbe area were roads and trarisi    Uie music of other Scandinavians.      ���'.,'������  pose in Egmont.  (Bob Normlngton tike   ^-.j. ���^���������^JJ,'_^_a^M^^_^^^M__^,v,-_-^  notice). In addition to throwing* light* oil the   * ""���""���   "���* ��-��_�����._����� ��<  night-time doings of the Dunlops, thfi liar.  sons and the Wcldcs, the" iplstjillo'tlbjn/ bc|  hind our house is evidently qttr^tipg bug^  schools of herring! to the inlmcdlato/vrcinity.  As a result our front porch' is; a rlrtg-Bido  peat irom which to' view nightly herring  fining operations belhg conducted within  50 feet ot out house. Pender Ilarbor'n Bill  and Jim Cameron arid local len SUvcy/aH',  the1 flshermcn^rosponslblor for i ovrH nifehttjT'  enifrtainmcnt, but why not make your a^te  at ,a moro reasonable hour, .f<jllowa?> "jiffy  dpn't even stay up for .fbo ;late, TV ��hoyr  and that is about the iimo yoii start, to,  work and, being a nosey individual and  not wanting to miss your noctural dpinfis, t, ���  am sacrificing needed sleep in prdcr w  J^ccp tabs on you.' *     - ���.   '.. ^. t ������  ,..ira.....����� ��� ��� ��� ��� ���_���_ ��� ���  ��MN��W  ��� - ....  ( .1 ,       L ^|     ���  ��� | ! ,       |l !       I        ' |     I    !    !   wmr��mBwv*puBmnv\i***m*mimnm*mmiv*w*B*wwymv*^*<m>^v��i4��i0*mm*i  7;A77XA7i.>yyiyxyy,a.,'[ *.," ���������" *,���>, ���., .a^7'A.",'.\ >7.  FRIDAY  SATURDAY,  APttii 14-lS ;  vs  u,l,i.\.4���i.m hi m t|H,inH)3i-��  NEED A CAR?  NEW or USED  TRY  Peninsula Motor Prod,  ���.��..( ���.<.!�� f'.a all "RVff.VI/a  "tV"* H,-k ��� I ' ,1  4  ���-�� * f 4  ; Phono C05-2M t 'J-j-.W' f*rewi\i'.'.  ��� Become:,cr;iMemUr;o^S.f.' [Mdr/s fjospilal[Sociejy^  NOW! Owe your support-hr $2,00 per year or 4  cents per woek, you tan heebme a member of the  Society/ ahd give additional Strength, to the opeto*.  ^ �� i :      tion of your) hospital.  1 rift^iSti^ CON^RM 0} Tp PROVIDE coMkete Nos-  . PITAU CAwifOR AUL RES|D^NTf5 OF TH^ AREA FROM EGMOHf  T<> PORt MEUON. ,  ^'^���i^iif^oiyj^t  :�� '.  Iff). J,      4 hf ��W m  ��J�� /*ei  *  .   >7('.   a I.    ,'    /   ,     ,'   '     I    I    .    ,        ���'       I     I,   1 I 1.1   I '    ������    ���.   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