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"re-, ^an"established minimum; charge .person-    'WilsohXreek/Sermo^PorkrSefc.helt^olfrritfen BcTy^Secret Cove; Pender JHorbour, Madeira Pork, Kleindole, Jrvine's Lending, Earl Cove..Egmont.  garding application for water services, by ���<, nection*.a This, dependent "upori-decision -by "���~���- ��� ���"  "' '       '" '     "-1- '��� -��� ��� ' '   ",   ;       ~     ^"^   rrr~~~~~~*~~'  the Chekwelp' Water Board; outside GibC- council-to approve, the jrequest.  af***  >r  Authorized os second' closs  mail   by   the   Post ,Offic%  Deportment Ottowo.  7?fHa?f b.  j  ��ip,  WEDNESDAY, J^AY 17, 1967  c Volume 4, No. 24   1QH&  /sos village, boundary, brought a reply Hast ' * Commissioner Wally, Peterson, said he'  > week in which council was advised against coujd not��see the board paying $3,300 for  .extension of services ��� until' such time as "-* ���*���-"���* * a ***-* Vl"t UA ���"  the area involved be taken into the village  boundaries. ~ '��� .-  -  1 Reply from Martin J. Dayton warned;  many^ communities^ in B.C. have; extended-  1 their water systems past their boundaries  in order, to help people" in unorganized territory and to gain some revenue from surplus water. Inevitably, in future years, tlw  community suffers*financially because' once  started the supply of water outside municipal boundaries cannot be stopped, also  ���the community has no control over development in the unorganized territory/  - Our advice is for the village to * resist ���  \any further extensions of water supply .outside its boundaries unless there .is a metropolitan authority that takes over water  supply to the entire area'surrounding Gibsons, or, the village is expanded to take  in the area requesting municipal services.  Cost of providing - the Chekweljp Water  Board with the requested'hook-up was" estimated by the engineer at $3,300 and it was  suggested a connection fee be made con-  , sisting of such costs together with a charge  ,WM  a' connection fee and added that, he could  see no difference ,in allowing thehi water,  now than after taking the area withitf the,  village.       "   *   -  Comm.  Fred Feeney disagreed, pointing out that once outside areas are given  water, they no longer wish to be taken,jnto'  the village; "We have the same situation  at the Sunnycrest'Plaza; we allowed them,  water 'and now they could care, less about  coming into the village," he added. He-  suggested a copy of the engineers 'letter  be sent the Water Board notifying them  .that council stood behind the recommendations. -  Comm. Peterson suggested he would  discuss the situation with the Board but  was told by Comm. Feeney that discussion  would serve litUe purpose "if we are^ standing behind the engineer we will be refusing them anyway," he explained.  It was finally moved the application be  refused but the Chekwelp Water Board be  informed that council is considering expansion and the Board might wish to petition  to be taken within village boundaries.  Return property . . .  ���^���ii���"*"***^ **"���"^-���"'       "        m^m^mm0^i^^^  Planning chairman suggests  consider closure of school  Builders show approval  for adoption of by-law,  FINAL reading and adoption of building,  plumbing and sewage disposal by-laws  come up before the Regional District June  2nd and from comments received by .Board  Directors, the by-laws are not before time.  Chairman Norm Watson stated last week  that he and directors have received numerous requests to provide the type of protection the building by-law "wilt provide.  "There is nothing sinister or devious about  the by-laws, they simply provide a protection for the public as a whole by ensuring  that new properties or buildings come up  to standard. No one owning a nice noma  would appreciate a shack going up, right  next door to them for it would not only  devalue a good clasi, home but would devalue the whole area," he said.  The by-laws based on the National Building code will include a new modifications  adapting to the local area, and will not include such small buildings as woodshed,  chicken houses, etc.        -^  Mr. Watson also expressed pleasure at  the fact he has- already been approachd  by some local builders who have indicated  their approval of the by-laws.  *f 7  n  I  Va  ���il  ATTITUDE of the school board is unfair,  slates a letter from Egmont Community  Centre to the minister of education. A copy  of the letter read at last week's board  meeting, notified the minister of"' the  board's refusal to give back a 10-foot-wide  strip of land so that there would be public  access to the Community Hall in Egmont.  The letter also draws the minister's attention to the fact that the school property  at Egmont was sold to the board for tbe  Si'm of $1.00, at that time there was no  thought about public access. Also the school  sewer pipes run throltgh the community's  property. So few children use the property  in question that the weeds are not even  kept down.  POSSIBLE CLOSURE  Discussing the situation at Egmont once  again, trustees agreed that if the school is  to be kept open, there should be no question of giving away land needed for a playing field. However enrolment at the school  is at a minimum and the five-year survey  shows no sign of an increase.  Chairman of the planning committee,  Don Douglas suggested that the eight students attending the school be transferred to  Madeira Park and the property returned  to the commuwty.JB^j;aj^6H,^  neceaSsary to re-open a school" in tiie area.  Trustee Bill Malcolm* felt this would be  a good idea in view of the poor enrolment,  as school buses leaving Egmont are not  loaded.  Superintendent Gordon Johnson- reminded  the board  that decision  to close the  '��� school should be based on enrolment only  and should not be affected by the commu  nity's request for land. He is concerned  with the'small children who travel by water taxi and would have to leave Egmont  at 7:30 a.m. for Madeira Park, making  the day much too long.  Secretary-Treasurer Peter Wilson also  stressed that low enrolment was the matter being discussed and the school could be  closed if it fed below eight students.  Trustees approved a  motion that  transportation   committee  investigate  transportation  in the  Egmont area  make a report at the next meeting.  the  bus  and  Nev/'jnpadquarters  LOCAL 297, IBPS & "PMW ,has #w are:* Bill Peterson Sr., Geoff That-  moved into spacious new head- cher, Norm Hull, Dave Hill, Bill  quarters, the former Hilltop Building Peterson Jr., Instructor Joe Kane,  Supplies at Gibsons. Work. is. under- Local 767; Chris Johnson, George  way adapting the building which has Hostland, Mike Blaney, John Nimmo  already been put to good use in the and Dan Radford, CLC, regional di-  field of education. Some of the mem- rector of education,  bers attending last Friday's course  Secheit May Day . . .     ���  Outstanding event planned  depending on weatherman  ��� ��� ���  Only 50% efficient  Principal describes schools  backward, primitive in B,  PATIENCE  Roberts Creek Parents', Auxiliary has  written the school board seeking assurance  that the playing field will be in full use by  September. Two lady representatives attending the meeting stated that is is the  second year the field has been out of use.  Trustees explained that although they sympathized with'the auxiliary as there are  no other playing; fields in the vicinity, the  grasr. should be given an opportunity to  take firm root. As it is growing on hard-  pan,, this will take a whilelonger but once  established it will be much nicer for children to play on  SUNSHINE Coast'Lions Club assisted by  various individuals and organizations  have a full day of events scheduled for  May Day to be held next Monday, ''May  22nd at Hackett Park, and weatherman permitting* a great day should be enjoyed by  all. ,;  Many more floats are anticipated -this  year and will include some from Gibsons  as well as the Powell River "Rotary-Club  float, together with, a number of clowns.  Entertainment will include Centenniala.Folk  dancing, Mission City Indian School Band,  Tattoo ��� Drill,   Secheit   Residential   ��-l"L*  School  that  use and he "would hate' to see the grass  spoiled after so much money had been  ��� spent developing the field. *  Mr. Peter Wilson observed that with  considerable site development under way in  the district, the question would occur again  and advised that the advice of professional  people be accepted.  and old,1"-novelty races for the youngsters"  with cash prizes and ribbons for the winners, while refreshment booths will be operated by various organizations including  Wilson .Creek Community Association, Roberts Creek Parent'sJ Auxiliary, Elphinstone Secondary School Student Council  Expo 67 fund raising and Order of Demolay.  mtWtM  The latter will operate an open barbeque  pit with steaks, salmon steaks, chicken.  There will���aJso be a candy floss stall.  A teeners' dance is planned for later in  the evening commencing at 9 p.m. in the  Secheit Legion Hall. In the event of rain,  crowning of the Queen and Indian Princess will take place in the Secheit Elementary School activity room.  Parade assembles at the Secheit Residential School grounds at 10:30 a.m. and  judging commences at 11 a.m. following  ���from page A-3  ^ai��es-tteeSte��ett;--  for illegal parking  PROBLEMS have been created at the Secheit Fire Hall as a result of motorists  parking their vehicles outside the doorways thereby causing delay when either/  the fire truck or ambulance have been  called out.  Consequences could well prove serious  as a result of the delay and future offenders will face police action.  Corporal Keith Deevcy of the Secheit  Detachment RCMP asks The Times to publicize the fact that time is the essence in  event of fire or any other emergency. Quite  recently the ambulance called to an accident was held up because of a vehicle  parked in front of the doors and valuable  time was lost in locating the owner.  "Future acts of this nature will result  in the laying of charges," warns the Corporal.  BRITISH Columbia schools were described  as scandalous, backward and primitive  by Mr. J. A. Young, the dynamic principal  of Campbell River's Senior secondary  school, when he addressed teachers and  the public at Gibsons, last Friday evening.  - Most schools in the province don't have  libraries and schools should have books;  the pupil-teacher ratio is the highest 'in  Canada. There has been improvement over  the past ten years, but that is not the way  to look at it. Statistics prove that they are  only 50 percent efficient indicating a poor  type of operation.  Schools are misfunctional in three ways;  what they are supposed to do, they don't do  well; they don't teach 'children to accept  responsibility and be self-reliant because  they are too directive and paternalistic.  Teachers are not provided with enough opportunity to exercise professional judgement in the educational process.  the students are decent. In turn, student's]  rights-are respected; there are only four  rules at the school. No truancy, nor smoking, except senior matriculation students  who may smoke in the common room onlyv  no loafing in class and no irresponsible behaviour. Students' dress is their own conr  cern, if boys wear their hair long���so what*  says Mr. Young, make the most of it while  you have it.  8  I  I  1  CAMPBELL  RIVER  New Campbell River Senior Secondary  school which opened in 1965 .with Mr. Young  v>--a&-4i*incipalaJlwis,  education and conduct,on  ving Mr. Young's assumption that .students  are not stupid, there is no loafing in the  school although classes are optional. The  library & one of the best in the province  with private study carrels and wall to wall  carpeting. J  Because classes are optidraaft; teachers  have found that their lectures must be interesting or students, will prefer to study  the subject on their own. As long as students are learning, the principal does not  care if it is from another student, the teacher or studying solo in the library.  Laboratories are fully equipped and  students may use school facilities before  school or until 11 p.m. at night.  MUTUAL   RESPECT  Teachers are viewed  as professionals,  having the same right and are not authority fjguros;  they aro never required to  perform supervisory duties. Decent people  don't need regulations and "90 percent of  NO INTERFERENCE  The  school  board   does not interfere^  with the operation of the school and the"  superintendent never, visits teachers. Education at the school is a matter betweeri  the principal and the teachers, all have  degrees and four have master's degrees;  the laynian does not tell^the, professional  how to do his job, says Mr, ,Young. Every"  Monday^ teachers .and principal  meet" to-  discuss education, not teaching and ^teachers are encouraged to contribute to" the effectiveness of *the, school.,If .teachers find)  they are not communicating with the stu^  dents they .should not: be teaching.! ~_   l  iTj>f_ j��Uit}teiJ&W^^  ie student. "Pro- formal chats with students; "to learn tbeif "  reaction to the new freedom says,they feel  more mature and are, being prepared for  university life. What he b.as actually done  is bring university' dewn to grade U and  the students are responding well.  Union BC Municipalities . . .  Protests school costs  cables Premier Bennett  Reminiscing  RETURNING froni q week of study  ��t Compboll Rlvor Senior Secondary School,, jQ-onno Wheeler of 'Sol-  ma Park discusses some of'her im-  ^'repioif^WltirMrrMlko^BuJanrpresl*-  , dent of Socholt Teachers* Association, Mi*, John A. Young, principal  at Campbell River and Elphinstone's  principal, .Mr., W.S. Potter. Students  have adapted themselves so well to  ;��� their now freedom that Jo^anno says  -the^dlffewnco-ih^Q^itwo^Bchciols-  mode of operation was barely noticeable, ��� "*' ���'���' ���' > ���������'���;'������'     ������'���'-,;;������������      '�����'"  Council proposal  .oitsider  pan  inclusive  m^* s^^ s���* ^k^s^ f**1*!  p^ipssi s^^bsst s����^    s^^      ^ssjpsr  question of expanding village boundnrles  and drew attention to n letter from the  consulting engineers which, ho suggested,  rQcommended, such expansion.  Comm!, Drummond 'disagreed,   adding  -thnt-hopers6nallyf*would*��nbt*rend-8uch-ftn'  interpretation into the letter, Comm,,rJW' ,      ������ ���       . . ������.,������ fftn, 1ftn7  crson urged caution also  nnfr^xproaaod..'. inml Urntes In all municipalities  or ��� ;M7  similar views to, Comm.,,Drummond ro- school costs to accept ns ��������ronWo costs  gardlng cost of OHtablishlnfi NorvlcoN n�� op. for this year tho full nmount,0{'fo��c��io��j  posed to anticipated revenue, It was there- salaries actually paid at the local wyoUnd  foro flgreod the matter bo hold over, for to Instruct your department of education  further discussion.  COMMUNITIES  throughout   the   province  havo expressed nlnrrii at tlio"spiralling'  i( education costs and)(the*, cudgel has? been  ' taken up by the'*'Union of B.C. Municipal-  ' itlcs with, a telegram to Premier W.A. C.  Bennett, copy of which has been circulated  to municipal councils'.'      ' ,  'Head"at last mooting of Gibsons village  commission, tho telegram states; the ox-  a,,j2eiUivq���jfal!C^  lea urgo yon In viow of tlio rargo^lncreasp*'  POSSIBILITIES of any groat Improvement '  to tho (llbaona'.vlllARo bench nron nt tho  site  of  tho  o!il   municipal hall, npponrn  ..doubtu.l-for���th<uconrlng JWon but plans  nro to bo connUiorud ��� for ��� inSJoF ^frk""'!!!���*  next year's budget.  Comm, Ken Goddard, chairman parks  and  bonehofi, ,��iftlort  ho  could   aqo  Httlo  hope of obtaining now flonl�� lliin yonr but  ,"llUio,''''clO'!W*^^  Comm. Krcd Konnoy Haiti this \\u boon  ronfldorocl In tlio pn��t but tho idea wbk  dropped duo to the������hnrnrd created by a  detn drop-off when Iho tlj/o is in. " A number of pooplo hnvo (t'Hkojk for flon^, polling out It Ih tho only thlnit wo hnvo," ho  ��nld( m : ���   ���'������ '������'   -Comm,  Wnlly  l'oterMm oxproHjiod tho  vlow that AH.no Irirjjo or oxpfennlvo proJootN  \^'rtl*t)lflnnrd-llpr"nnj{t^o��^M��ch.-ftiv'jtoftdft,.  ntr17"'plnna-fllio(ild-bu~pr��|.i*rotl��f<,)r.,.,oxton!,,  t^vq boa,qh purK renovations, costs aaacnv  ���' ��� ���'. x    ,"  bled nnd submitted for Inclusion In next  yorir'fi budget,                             '  Comm,'.Hm Drummond aRrcod, draw  1 Ing .Attention to lho fact that although plans  ~Avorc~,flfoot7^r^n*publlc^awlm,mlnRy,i>oolf^-  thoro Id alwayfi, lho possibility of it .fall-'  ing to\inntorlnltav,/ .V;:,,";,..., 7, ,,:';"* '���'.,..'  MBpiCAL CUNIC  , Comm. Konnoy reported on his d|��cus��  would bo built, near tho municipal hall,  Ho, told council that while there had been  consideration Riven' to various sites, tho  dodo��� havo now mndo arrangements to  acquire property botweori fiunnycrest and  ftchool Road upom which tho now clinic  would bo constructed. "Thoro in no quos-,  lion of changing now and 1 understand  thoy hope to bulla this yenr,'1 he,staled.  ^expansion!  AIRPORT  ..,,,Comm., Peterson ..reported ho has, nr��  ranged with a local contractor to carry out  grading at tho, municipal airport but hair  encountered  difficulties' In obtaining  tho  aorYlccfl of a roller/  Tho, chairman added that, ho had received a call from tho airport, caretakers  nuking for a water hook-up. Hq snld ho had  ndvlsed them to contact ...e|thor Secholt  ~VlllhKo"ChAli'nian��� Bill" Swnlri *of-coinmr  MorgAii Thompson, 7     ,  Comm, Peterson said that with a pros*  nuro pump operating ho fools tho oxintlnR  water supply would quickly,run out, "How-  ��vcrf7.4htr(e��l��>*lltU<>~wo-*an-do-flbouUWMi.��*aai  .?iluaUon��lL��  NBW FBRRY '  Possibility of n now ferry for lho Horseshoe nay-Langdalo run was brought up hy  Comm.' Feenoy who suggested council  write Premier W. A, C, Rennet roquoNtlng  the vo.iflcl bo named Queen of Gibsons, This  Is keeping with tlio "fact'that wo already  hnvo in Queen of -Mngdnlo and n Queen  of Secholt, ' '     , . ...  to revise payments to school boards ac��  cordlngly,....... \  Apart from the telegram, the following  resolution(was.unanunomily. .endorsed;  "Whortas fichool costs throughout tho  province havo attained nn all timo high  and n predominant factor is, tho Increase  in tonchorH' salaries; And whereas"tho pro-  vlncinl government rcfilses to share a real-  Istio proportion of such Incrohso nnd (ton-  fines lt�� sharing to tho basic teacher salary  Jt.BcnlQ^C��t��Mi��bS!i.L.!*y i!?.0"']. And whorens'  ^municipal   taxpayer,lf^  control either over % teacher's  salaries or  School Konrd budgc/ts nnd aro taxed for  tho full,cost of alt Increases ovor tho bnslq  salary scale; And 'wherba's\tlio Provincial  fii^fttnlVnt^lil^  lcadcnwi��rfl~n,ot^belng^r��ftlliiUc��ln^proto��u,  Ing tho school'com'tax" Increase facing  their ratepayers this year and that' municipalities are fairly dealt with financially  hy the Provincial Government! Thoreforo  bo II resolved' that tho executive of tho  Union of 1V.C, MunlvipnlltlcH hereby dotcr-,  pillion lo -tout/ tho validity'.of 'the .Provincial  {lovovnmeut'tt claim, thnt.municipalities nro  fairly treated,.in. regard to .school coats,,  having regard -to*-ovorjilY*-pttMncUUmunW.*.  vices of a competent Canadian 'financial  expert to examine the structure of school  financing in British Columbia and to recommend proposal.1, for relief for municipal  taxpayers'.  h bo further resolved that ns hn interim  measure', the Provincial Government bo urgently requested to assume-,a greater shnre  of,tho current year's .schpoi cost, .increase  1)V| accepting ns shareable costs tho , full  -amount' of-tcachers' -snlnrlos-notjually-pald-  this yenir at tho local level, Filrthor It bo,  resolved tjiat In makjng this request, the  executive advise tho Government of tho  rising resentment, among municipal tax-  payors against tho current school cost }n-  croaso,        "'.''.  Commissioner Frod Fconoy told council  ho fools tho executive is on tho right track  nndthat it is high IImo something is donor  Ho was supported by Comm, Wally Peterson wljo pointed out that increases on tho  Peninsula aro quite high compared to somo  districts,   '��� \ .  No action wasi sought "and tho matter  wns filed.  DESIGN  The secondary school was planned as a  unit to accommodate 1,100 students but is  being built in stages. At present there are  280 students, 25 in grade IS; in grade 12,  ninety are on the academic-technical program and fifty on the vocational program,  new shops are just nearing completion for  these .students; in grade eleven- 110 are  taking the A-T course.     '  One of the most significant factors in  the success of the operation is tho low  pupil-teacher ration of 14 to 1. There are  20 teachers, a full time librarian, secretary  and teacher-assistant. No substitute teach*  ers necessary. If a teacher is absent, stu*  dents study on their own,  SCHOOL BOARD  School Boards know nothing about running a school which is a professional matter. It Is all a matter of pHhcipal anid  staff; said Mr. ^duhg who commended  Campbell River School BoaM as, being  first' rate and committed to education be  Heving that quality education ia the birth*  right of children.  Properly assessment  makes small increase  PROPERTY assessment for school tax purposes In , Secheit School District; this;  year is little over three quarters of ono  million above tbe 1906 assessment figure.  Increase In i960 assessment over that o��  to expansion at Canadian Forest Products  "Ltd., port Mellon; ',,"*',"';  The comparatively low Increase In as*  sessmorit has helped toward boosting tho  mill rate for p'chool puposes, to 30.63, n��  increase of five mills over last year.     ,  Breakdown of the mill rate', produced  at lost.week's school board meeting shows  16.10 mills, bajstc levy; 13;0t> for operating  costs; 4.00 for debt and capital costs with  a reduction ofl 2.40 for 1 local share of sm>  plus'revenue, etc.,     ! ,    ,  Requisition front tho Village of Glbsono  Is $73,^59; Village or Secholt,^ $40,233 and  If  mr.  P'  I '������:  ,(     J, A  I''  i  1  >*. .*.��. 44l�� M^f'!  Rural. $1,102,706.  T  Mixed weather  ,a       -M   *    ,.*   4t.|  .." " " *" " " /���;r^T "CcfttHcir uiiAiilmoiiMy; ii(��provc<i ,   .��� ,      . . . , tl  Chta  1 ,    , ' , '   *   ���; '   .    '" '" ...  '-'���    if..,,    I ',\  i   "B ���'  ^���Ul     '^Mssh.   ssss^Ub^^bV   HM   HHUMIbi  GIBSONS weatherman R,  F.  Konnott' In  his monthly repori indicates a mixture  of'  \yeal}ier, and  cllniatle  conditions  for  April. "'      A' -       '.   ' ���'  Showers, hall, thunder, and cool toni-  peraturea  gcneVally,' dominated  tho  April  weather picture.  It Is interesting to note  ����i,,i\i,^pt\l 41...lud-tyAtv ��.ttwulov<c&t,.an4.=,blghJv  -�� kU temper aturcioctho-nioulh,.!  April  1907  2.7.,,,,  12  -Totftl���    ���  Precipitation  Days with  Precipitation  Day* with Frost,3  Highest temp*  Lowest  temp.  Mean Um\p to  Normal  3.3.1'  '(Extremes  6.20" "(1W2)  12  ,   4  58(1 Ith) 03  3l(llth) 30  ' '      ,4'J  17  10  73  28  Yi  J?,.  (1903).  (1W4)  (195TI  (1WI)  (TAX.)  1  <v,.  '.Jul  1 tfc .  MU  .1   '  ���i  ��!" LI/  1 %r  '���it TAX   \  **��  Pt^����fe >��^&:p^  < 1- /'la   '  -n.Vj 7, jWitiw  V> v' si  /  fl  v,  ,' 'i i  ' :i'i  ���: .1',  1 /  ,1 I   4  . -��   t.  ,1 I  \  I   i  ..!  i:xu\  ,  j ,u.*,i;  ,, ���  ,.*..,,;, r I  J ..'- .   .  ,  A     I 7      7 i  l**^��-.a.�����rT<S  ;^,T''^7f��Tf|m��j  ,? .*   ..ill     If  l*��*ti����.a        j  *W,.j  ,'-   i  ��?>���� .,.(J��.��,}  Page A-2 The Peninsula Times, Wednesdqy, May 17/1967  i*BBBB0BB0B0B0B00BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB0000��BB00B00*0000000000BBBBBBBB^  \  TMEpfiNlNSULAT^4, Telephone 885-9654  ��  |   Classified J3L  REAL  ESTATE   (cdnt'a) REAL ESTATE (ConM     : v AUTOS & TRUCKS (cont'd)   LEGAL NOTICES (Cont')'        BUILDING SUPPLIES  FOR, SALE (Continued)  25  ACRES  choice  property  in  Village ,of Secheit.- Make excellent view subdivision. $16,T)00  Box 381, Secheit B.C.  TO PURCHASE or sell property in the Secheit area, our  t     e x p e rienced      representative  228-tfn   pharley King, will be pleased'  to   help   you.   Phone   8,85-206,6.  M/0BB0B000000B0BBB000000000000000B,t0000ma0000000000B00000M00000.  '00$  COMING EVENTS   "  JULY 15 Nortli yan re-union.  With help of Phil Lawrence  a. bus trip is planned to- visit  favorite Old spots on the North  Shore. Box lunch at Capilano  Canyon then a tour. Tickets  $3.75 return. Phone Mrs. Green,  886-9979./ . j���.;... 377-25  -  '    "**���        ANNOUNCEMENT  maintained older  type house  <2f) years).   Revenue  property.  Four   suites   including   owners  on two lots harden? fruit trees.  COOK required for  part time   Sea and mountain view. Sacri-  CEtfPRALLY     located,      well   Chas. English Ltd. Real- Est&u ,  and Insurance, Gibsons, B.C.1  HELP WANTS* (cpnf4)  1939   NASH   LaFayette]   Runs,  stock >, equip. $150. or best offer.   Phone  886-2652. 382^26'  1957   PLYMOUTH' and^ a' 1957  International   pick-up.   Phone  885-9513*   -' '   '43i-tfn  314-tfn, 1963 CHRYSLER 4, door sedan.  Auto>r wbite with, blue inter-  ��� 4K9  MWM.wmnM,  GIBSONS    Building    Supplies   ELECTRQLU�� accessories and  Ltd.   886-2642, , Gibsons! B.C..    waxes aye avajl&bteat E&M,  Quality Ready-mixed" concrete.   Grocery     and   * Confectionery  Serving the area for 20 years.   Store, Secheit. Phone 885-9414.  90-tfn  4-tfn  work. 8.85-9344.  324-24  ADULT EDUCATION  DIRECTOR    .  School Distrlet No. 46 (Secheit) requires a Director,of Adult Education to maintain and  expand an existing small program   on the  Sunshine   Coast.  ; FOR membership or explosive    The ^.rector will be based at  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  "Wedding Announcements  MR. AND MRS. Ted Sundquist  of Pender Harbour wish to  announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter Sandra  to Carl, son of, Mr. and Mrs.  Clarence, Joe of Secheit. Wedding to take place at 7 p.m.,  May 19th at the Indian reserve  church. Reception at Secheit  Legion Hall at 9 p.m. Everyone   welcome. 350-24  MR.   AND   MRS.   W.   Mills   of  Madeira Park, wish to announce the forthcoming marriage of their second daughter,  Elizabeth   May   to    G e r a 1 cl  Wayne, second son of Mr. and   Mrs. R. Pockrant, Madeira NEW suites, furnished"or jm-  Park, B.C. The wedding to take^, lurnishedV ��� Oiiie" bedrobm,  place May 27th, 1967.       415-24    bathroom, combination kitchen,   _i_ .,,,^-m,MHs!!i.,X.Ai!j.     living  room.  All electric new  OBITUARY       :      '" . stove  and  fridge.   Phone  885-  aaas after 5 p.m.          8792-tfn  MORPHY���Passed     away     on; ~���   , 1���ZX, >;���T  May 9th, 1967.j��JSL-Mzx&)~*%JL forwent,Xfffeon  Creek.  Gibsons but will be covering  the entire Secheit School District from Bowen Island to Earl  Cove. ���' ��� ^  It is expected that, initially,  approximately 50 percent of the  Director's time will be spent  on Adult Education; the balance of his time will be spent  upon other duties, such other  duties to be determined by the  particular abulties:b^^  en applicant. The Director heed  not be a trame4.te|cheE; however, a background iii educational adrniiustxation would be  an .advantage.  AppUcacts should indicate  salary expected. AJfritten application should bev mailed to the  Secretary - Treasurer, School  District No. 46 .(Seehelt), Box  220,  Gibsons, B.C.  423-24  fice for quick sale. $19,500���  terms. Box 138, Gibsons for appointment. 379-25  EWART McMYNN  REALTY & i INSURANCE  Box 238 Phone 886-2166  Gibsons,  B.C.  Half cash for this 2 bedrm home  on level lot, good area, 15x18  LR, plastered throughout, $10,-  Q00 full price.  Comfortable 1 bdrm home on  large lot, .$1,500 down, low  pays, handy to shopping, and  level.  Gash to . mortgage -asked on  bright, clean ;view bome'r 2  , j^ldrriisi concr. basemept, has  fiidshed rec 'rm. and .laundry  ini ^ basement, also workshop.  Carport and landscaping. $11,-  500 full price.  Five acres, with excellent water, small cabin, good road access, some clearing, $4i0Q0.  Acreage, lots and businesses,  also revenue properties. Come  in for details.  3 ROOM  cottage,  needs  some;; jor   very clean. 885-2124.  repairs, on new skids, to>,be*  moved off  property.   Open/ito;  offers.   885-227a   after   6   p.m.  and weekends. 304-24  -424--26"  TRAILERS  WATERFRONT    property     at  Halfmoon Bay. Phone 885-9330  or 885-9796. 330-tfn,'  SACRIFICE sale. Modern 2 BR  new cottage. Large living  room, fireplace, dining area,  cabinet kitchen on % acre. 5  miles Secheit near Sandy Beach  and finest fishing. FP $5,500���  DP $2,000."Phone Harry Hill,  885-9764   evenings. 425-26  HOME and revenue in Selma  Park. 2 cottages, 1 with fireplace, 'On 1 acre view proper--  ty. FP $7500. DP $2,500. Phone  Harry Hill, evenings at 885-"-  9764.     '' -     421-26  BIG MAPLE Motel and Trailer    ^v ^ ^ ���_  Court has fe^w spaces with ap-    der' Harbour, "b.C.  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply to  Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver and situate vicinity of Kleindale School, Pen-  WANTEP TO BUY  KID GOATS wanted. Phone G.  Charman   886-9862. 182-2Q  BOAT,   10   or  12  foot. -Lightweight, prefer fibregias. Reasonable. 885-9968. ' 1011-24  Da Wortman 886-2393  Jack Warn 886-2681  427-24  FpR R^NT  Hospital in Secheit. Herbert  Mills Morphy of Gibsons, survived by his loving.wife, Winifred, and 1 brother, Dr. Charles  Norman of Melfort,   Sask-  ������ atchewan- ,^Fjine^ai1.-j.^e^ce.....wa.s;,,  held on Saturday, May 13th at  -^3i-p7mt-fn>m the Family Chapel  of the Harvey Funeral Home,  Rev. M. Cameron officiated.  Interment Sea View Cemetery.  435^24  PERSONAL  WHY endure what perhaps nature can cure? Herbal medicine is. safe medicine. Write  for an absolutely free copy, pf  "Herbology Health  Magazine".  Community Hall. Contact Mr.  Ray Witt, 885-9542. 9167-tfn  MODERN units at winter  rates. By day, week or  monthr$50 monthly and up. Also .full trailer..... hook-ups.. Mission Point Motel Ltd. 885r9565.  ; 8982-tfn  SINGLE bedroom suite in Secheit, $50. Phone 885-9662.  ( 273-tfn  NEW deluxe apartment, 2 bedrooms, laundry facility, $110  per month, also small office,  $38 per month, heat and light  included. Whitaker Block, Davis Bay. Phone 885,2280.   250-tfn  GIBSONS���Unique, fully serviced property with 150 feet wa-  Sound with background of majestic, snow-capped North shore  mountains.   Full   Price,   $5,000.  SARGEANT BAY ��� Like fishing? Yes���-well, this is the lot  for you; salmonvirtu  �����ye&r^-deorstep7 90rTeet^ontage  on beach. Full price,  $3,900.  HALFMOON    BAY ���  Modern  180' SAFE beach, lovely seclud-l  ed garden, lawn and fruit,  trees on good road. Older 2  bedroom home, large sundeck,  fireplace,^-220 wiring, oil furnace. Extra 2 rooms upstairs.  Ideal jetirement spot near good  fishing. Low taxes. Could be  commercial property with 100'  adjacent lot. FP $15,900. Phone  883^2231 or write Box 344 c-o  Peninsula Times, Secheit, B.C.  *'���'.��� 344-26  RESORTS  MOBILE Home Park, also trai- .  lers and . camping, with or  without hook-up.. Washrooms,  hot showers, all nicely landscaped, lawn and blacktop, approx. 10 aa^L_jrrails and  "stream, 3 minutes walk to  beach at Davis" Bay7 alscT mbcl-;  era housekeeping units, Horse-  proved facilities,'"available. Ph.  885-9513. '    901Sht��n  TENDERS ~  v     TENDERS  SCHOOL DISTRICT No. 46  (SECHELT)  Sealed tenders addressed to  the Secretary-Treasurer, School  District No. 46 (Secheit), Box  220, Gibsons, B.C. and marked  "Tenders for Site Development,  Contract No. l, Langdale  School" will be received until  i 5:00 p.m., May 31st, 1967.,  FOR SALE  Take notice that Neil Newick  of Pender Harbour, B.C., occupation logger intends to apply for a lease of the following  described lands:  'Commencing at a post planted N.W. corner in the vicinity  of Kleindale School; thence 660  feet more, or less East; thence  660 feet more pr less South;  thence- 660 feet' more or less  West; thence 660 feet more or  less North to point of commencement and containing ten (10)  acres, more or less, for the  purpose of homesite.  Drawings and^ specifications  are available at the School  Board Office in Gibsons.  The lowest or any tender will  not necessarily be accepted.  THE BOARD OF SCHOOL  TRUSTEES,  SCHOOL DISTRICT No. 46  (SECHELT)  BOX 220,  GIBSONS,  B.C.  422-24  LEGAL NOTICES  SUNSHINE  COAST  REGIONAL DISTRICT  Dated April 13th, 1967.  1008���Pub. May 3, 10, 17, 24  USED power saws for sale. All  makes and sizes. Chain Saw  Centre, Seehelt, 885-9626.  8966-tfn   _j__  SMALL, strong,   2   wheel  box  trailer, 13"   tuneless   tires,  1,000 lb. capacity.  Phone  886-  7763. 413-25  WOOD stove, $15. Stan Tyson,  RR l, Secheit or phone 277-  6735. ' 419-24  USED washer $14.95; Easy Spin  Dry   washer   $i9.95;   Hoover  vacuum    cleaner,    like   new  Mim mfwtpk , $24.95;   Kirby upright vacuum  NEIL NEWICK     ^^   $14 95;    ^   ^^  gas powered $14i95:c.Barker's  Hardware, SecheltJ;fpnbne 885-  2171. '���������''..".';���'.' 434-tfn  shde pitch, putting green, che-  home on 2 acres with over 200 cker board. JDaily, weekly and  feet    walerfrontage.    Property    monthly rates. Big Maple Motel   ���.   __   ___,.     COMFORTABLE,     modern    2~  P.Q.  Box ^3178,  Johannesburg,   -  bedroom iwaterftpnt/'home in  �����.��-   ����.:._    x��i x:._    se^eit  near, schooli will enter  into reasonable yearly contract  for up to 4 years. Contact P.O.  Box 425, Secheit, B.C.     429-25  >l  South Africa.   Please   mention  this   newspaper, 76rl5  $250.00   REWARD   offered   for ���  information ' leading ; to the  coiiyiction of persons respons-  ib'ev for.-removal of antiques'  and pictures from a house Jat  itopkins Landing, B.C. Please  eontact RCMP Headquarters,  Gibsons, B.C. where information will be treated in confidence.', 9204-tfn  LOST  LOST on May 11th in Secheit  post office, wallet containing  large sum of money and per-  : sonal papers. Contact Mrs. Jean  1 Stewart at St. Mary's Hospital  of   phone  886-2952!   Reward, if  returned intact.' 348-25  MAY 4th, boy's  size 8'���heavyv  brown hooded jacket at Secheit ElementarV. One pair  dar)k gloves in right hand pocket. Phone 885-2826.   I      1012-24  WORK WANTED  LARGE  machine available, for  heavy   clearing   or   grading.  Terms   available.   Call   Fred  Schrocder 885-9690. 58-tfn  FRAMING,    finishing,    alterations.    Contract   or.   hourly  rates, phone 886-7168.       93,-tfn  beautifully treed with Arbutus  and Evergreens.. Full price,  $16,400. Terms.  .PENDER HARBOUR ��� Fully  ���serviced waterfront and semi-  waterfront properties in this  scenic year-round boating arid  fishing paradise. Price from  $1,500 to $6,500.  For these and other choice properties on the Sunshine Coast  call Frank Lewis at Gibsons  office.  886-9900.  FInJlaY REALTY LTD.  Gibsons        and       Burquitfam  \t 410-23  and  Trailer   Park.  ...9513.- ������������- -7   Phone   885-  430-tfn  WANTEDTORENT  10   acres;   3   cleared;   livable  house. John Deere Cat. included, value  $2,000.  Other  equip-       ment vand furniture;  Complete  BY; AUGUST %  bedroom   unfurnished   house/  ^Rustic log liaise on 6  acres  waterfront,r acreage,  fireplace,    Fruit trees. $OT0, terms  "EXPERIENCED chimney clca.  ' ner���eaves   cleaned,   troughs  cleaned and repaired. Painting,  , gardening, Janitor, service. Free     CHARLES ENGLISH LTD  between Roberts Creek and  Halfmoon Bay; Couple, no children or, pets. Lease and rent  negotiable. Mr. C, A. P. Aelbefs  1735 W. 16th, Vancouver 9, B.C.  731-5162.^' ; 279-24  REAL ESTATE  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD,;  V''''''iV"'''"''R'ealty'*k'&,''',''lrisu,rahceu''v'"''a;''''-!'  Box 155 Secheit,  B.C.  phone: Office 885-2161  See our listing., under the date  pad,  ������ ,: ,    '    217-tfn  DAVIS   BAY���Sale   of   sales I  Stucco duplex ih choice residential   area. .Nice   lot   with  beautiful  view.  $21,000.  SECHELT~^3 bedroom; home on  4 acres on old School Road.  New furnace^ fireplace, a real  nice home. $12,500, ���''���',  VIEW tOT^ JN DAVIS BAY-  .    One   , nil.   cleared,    Terrific  vio\v% Coil-  Charlie Kind���985-2066  BOATS & ENGINES  INFLATABLE Kayaks and canoes. Finest quality from Europe. Hale's Boat Sales, 1307 E.  8th, Vancouver 12. Free delivery. Member B.C. Kayak and  Canoe Assn. 335-tfn  14' 6" FIBREGLASS convertible with canvas top, complete with 18 hp Johnson and  trailer. All in good condition,  $725. Also 11' 6" plywood row-  boat, oak ribs, near new, $45.  Phone   883-2624. 332-25 "  14 FT. Plywood hull Sangster-  craft boat, windshield, storm  cover7~wheel^rsteering and remote control. 18 hp Evinrude  motor -and boat trailer, $550.  cash.   Phone 885-9565.      331-tfn  25"   ' FIBREGLASS      plywood  boat for sale. 50 hp Mercury  mbtOr,  $1075.  886-2819.       418-24;  Retirement cottag�� , on large  fenced garden lot. $6,350.  Secheit; Last, two 5 acre lots.  $1200. :'"' '  Selma Park: New subdivision,  vievir lots, One left, $2,500.  Lots,, 2 blocks from shopping  centre. $2000.  Very, very smart 3 bedroom  house on large fenced lot, fire-  place, carpets . and shrubbed  privacy, $14,950.H   :,,���,,  .PRIDE OF-SUNSHINE,  COAST  WEST SECHELT���New 1600' of  luxurious living. Carpets, hard- <  wood floors, fireplace, 18x30 llv-   ��� ������  Ing room. Panora^mi*? vlciw of   CARS and TRUCKS  Gulf and Trail Islands. 100' waterfront,   double   chrport.   To,  see is to buy. Asking $27,60o:  Offers, good terms.  New on  view lot,  2 bedroom  cottage, electric heat, hardwood  BYLAW NoTTS  -  THE  SUNSHINE  COAST  REGIONAL  DISTRICT  SEWAGE  DISPOSAL"  BYLAW 1967  The Sewage Disposal Bylaw  is at present under consideration by the Regional Board and  has...remyed.,.,three readings. A  brief description of the contents  of the  bylaw  is shown below.  1. The Bylaw has an interpretation section which defines,  the terms used. In this section  the Medical Health Officer is  shown as the authority having  jurisdiction within the Regional  District. ���.  2. Application of the Bylaw is'1  to design, construction and installation   of   sewage   disposal,  systems. ?J  3. The Bylaw describes ' the  minimum septic tank capacities and length of drainage pipe  in absorbtion fields related: to  percolation, for single family  housing and "duplexes and tffe  rules to be applied for the design of systems for other uses..  '���'T; 4."'.The type of septic tanks  permitted, the method of Carrying out percolation tests arid  the rules concerning absorbtion  fields are shown in detail in  the Bylav/,,  5. Where abnormal conditions  SUNSHINE  COAST  REGIONAL  DISTRICT  BY-LAW No. 7 |  THE  SUNSHINE COAiS^  REGIONAL  DISTRICT  PLUMBING  BYLAW   1967  The Plumbing Bylaw is at  present under consideration by  the Regional Board and has received three readings. A brief  description of the contents of  the Bylaw is shown below.  1. Bylaw No. 7 applies Pt.. 7  of the National Building Code  of Canada with some exceptions to the construction, extension,   alteration   and repair  of  ''a//vplumbirig'',''sy^  2. The Bylaw requires that,  except for minor repairs, an application be made for a permit  -to carry out plumbing work.  3. Where necessary, applications' will include a description  of the  proposed work.  4. A permit fee of one dollar  will be. charged for each fixture.  A copy of Bylaw No. 7 may  be seen ai the Regional District  office, Whittaker Block, Davis  Bay. ���.  .     .  CHARLES F. GOODING  Secretary  May 10th, 1967  342���Pub. Mar 10, 1967  HOW about a 'Hi Transistor  . radio, 10 transistor $23.95 or  a 35 mm' camera $14.95. 'See  them at Earls in Gibsons. Ph.  886-9600. .:'"'!'."'\- !     426-24  GOOD    selection,    guaranteed,  second-hand refrigerators. Ph.  886-9949. 381-26  JAY BEE USED  FURNITURE  Phone 886-2346. Gibsons  Next to Ken's Parking  142-tfn  GOOD Jocal Ladner  hay  for,  sale, $1 per bale delivered.  Phone 946-6568. ;'     9046-tfn  SUNBEAM electric lawnmow-  , er, reel ytype, self - propelled,  with grass catcher, almost  new. Cost $179, will sell for  $100. Phone 886-2288. 315-24  IF   IT'S   s\#s���it's   Morgans,  885-9330, Secheit, B.C.    -     J  8893-tfn  i      in      .    .    11 , i       -    ������ tml  NAILS $12, 100 lbs. Vinyl As-,  bestos tiles. 9x9, 10c each;  12x12. 15c each; 9x9 cork tiles,  9c each. Remnants, Inlaid, 220  yards. Exterior paint or matte  finish $3.95, reg. $9.95. Shake  paint, $3.95, reg. $7.95. Interior paint, $3.00 and $4.95 per  gallon. Large stock of used  vacuum cleaners, A-l shape,  $19.95 and up. 1965 9Vfe Johnson outboard, like new, $195.00.  Benner Bros. Furniture and  Paint Store, Secheit, 885-2058.  124-14  UNFINISHED  chest  of  drawers.   Oceanside   Furniture   &  Cabinet Shop. 886-2551.    416-tfn  USED WGrld Book Encyclopedia. PO Box 445, Victoria, B.C.,  345-27  ���2  I  I  I  Paint"-" Fibreglass"- Rope  Canvas - Boot Hardware  Compressed    air    service    foi  skindivers   and   firemen.    Air  tanks. Skindivers available for  salvage work.  WALT NYGREN SALES  LTD.  ,  Gibsons, B.C.  Phone 886-9303  118-tfn  2 GAS pumps for sale, $50 ea.  Phone 883-2205. 349-26  TWO piece 4 seater chesterfield  $175.  One tri-light $5.. Phone  886-2247. 380-24  KITCHEN wood r��\nge. Excellent baker in good condition.  Phone 886-9327. 378-26  1 NIAGRA Cyclo Massage  chair, with 3 vibrating motors, $250 or near offer; 1,6 hp  Rotor Tiller; 5 new mahogany  doors, No. l stain; 1 new 2'x  6'6" door with window; 2 used  iron beds; 2 near new 7*Crane'  hand basins; 2 used French  doors plus windows; l used  hand barin; 1 antique record  player; 1 used kitchen sink;  12 foot clinker built boat; 1957  Plymouth: 1957 International  i-iip: Phohei 885-9513.  432-tfn  Get Your  OFFICE SUPPLIES  at The Til  A*jl  15 FOOT fibreglass boat,  fac  ory made; windshidd, steer-  ^^  bylaw  for the Medical Health  Officer  to permit, an  alterna-^-  ttve approved system.  A copy of this" bylaw may be  seen at the Regional District  Office, Whittaker Block, Davis  Bay.  CHARLES "F. GOODING  Secretary  May 10th, 1967  3*3���Pub. May 10, 1967  ing' and   controls   only,   with  trailer. $300. Box 366, Gibsons.  420-26  14 FT, 6 IN.  fibreglass runabout   with   convertible   top.  1966 33 hp Evinrude, $900 cash  or best" offer. Phono 883-2471.  347-tfn  FULLY equipped, 18 ft. clinker  built  2  berth  cqbin  cruiser  with 50 hp Mercury outboard.  Almost new, Phono 885-9328,  , 340-20  TWO 1957 International V* ton  panels, 4 wheel driyo, $350.  each or both for $600, 1052  Chev l ton panel, 4 speed trnns.  pffers,   Phono   885-9980,    412-25  THE SUNSHINE COAST  REGIONAL DISTRICT  BY-LAW No. 6  THE SUNSHINE COAST  REGIONAL   DISTRICT  BUILDING; BYLAW 1007  floor In living, room, Good terms   lOfli GMC W ton P,U, Custom  "psUmato's." Phone 885-2191.;  307-24  ^01p-24  HELP WANTED  v.  on $12,900.  Davis Bay  Immaculate 3 bedroom on cor-  *ner.,,iot,,,. Pandy���vlew.,:a^di, o,ne.��,  block to beach, l block to school  and 2 blocks to shopping, Very  good at $10,500 with $4,300  <jown.   ' .  YOUNG-man  who |l�� Interest-    n'c����y landscaped, unuiumt ac- Rustic Ix,dgo on 1.45 acres,i 7  ,    cd in IcarnlnR tho hardware   <*>r  and Indirect  lighting  ore bedrooms,  18x22 dining  room,  business, Must be, nent In ap-    dcalreable features in this com- joungo    with    fireplace, , staff  pcarance and will to learn; be-    pact home. A-oll heat, lge. gar- rooms. Mountain view, privacy,  , tween the age of 18 ami 22. Ex-7" age,' gravel drive; Guest cot- landscaped  grounds, Two  cot-  ccllcnt opportunity for advance-    tnge, Terms on $15,500. . tages; double garage. Could be;  ment    Apply   Parker's   Hard-    Roberts  CREEK:* 0,00^ Ml lodge,   boarding    house,    rest  ware, pochclt, B.C.        433-tfn ��� pr)CC| jtmmftdiate possession. 5 homo, OR oxclufllve club, Ask-  '" "���"""   room  home  requires- finishing i"8 $25,000,  Mrs. Nalda Wilson ���some view���ovor i ac.      -,.,J Davis Bay���1 yr, old spacious  cob, 4  speed  trans,   Radio,  Phono 885-0620, 31-tfn  SELMA PARR: Modern 5 room  bungalow on Igo.  view  lo^,  nicely landscaped, UrniijuiflV dfl*  The Building Bylaw Is at  present under consideration by  the Regional Board and has received three readings* A brl^f       description, of the  contents of  ���B0 OLDS, 2 door hardtop auto- !' tho,Bylaw is shown below,  ,  motlc. Good condition, $;,D0 or      '1. Bylaw No. 6 will apply .the  ilfaTtff^  303-24'   al Building Code of Canada to'  .--���-'���-���������,',-'��� ,-.���������,.;,,',' ���-... _    the constructloU of most build-  1000 CHEV Imi>��la, 4 dr 1IT, , ings In tho Regional, District.  ^ 7(��,iiifeW.lM jfJiWtKf^ilS!>;��  Now auto trans,, heater, radio, good condition, Cash, '883.  2055. .    ,   340-2!.  FOR, SALE���1960 Corvalr, now   motor,* good .running order.  Palnt\ and Interior needs work,  $(500 or offer, Scon Saturday  and Sunday, 880-2122, ,   400-25  EXCELLENT ^  lty>3 Austin A40T(ioor fiodaii,  I/)w mileage on rebuilt motor.  Now n years In buslnessj        One ac., select cleared, excel- ��Wwwj ��P,lt \fl^l with view,  ON SECHELT PENINSULA      lent location-^' beach-3 bed- ���^ W-W carpet through   7x20   economical, reliable, $1B0, 8��fl  DcrMiiocc cAiA.  Diri/cDc    room homo, Igo. kitchen, spac- "vlng room and  10x11  dining  REQUIRES SAU\U PICKERS^mll-viHw'llvin^^^^^  1)054,  *��� t.1^,^*.*  ���  -��WI��ll5iWW��~*t AwJ  phone 885-9746 or write c/o Bo*  300,   Secheit.   . 8987-tfn  - -     ��� ���   ������  CALLISON EVERGREEN  CO.  '"���";���   Roberta Creels'  ��� Salal Pickers Wanted  '     Huck 34c Bttn^'h  ��� Salat 34c Dunch  CoRiact pl^nt before picking  I^cntod At Robert* Crtw*,  a^rosg ��tfffc| tfron^ ntoxo.  ��� .k.; phone .'.80^2633   8518-tfn  i     ..���;������'  heat. TcrniH on fiaM - PtamMn* and many other o^j  , pensive  fe^tMrc"'   W^U  priced  GIBSONSj Low down payment ,wUU *gi00:> down.         ���"���.'  gives possesion, Coay 2 bcdn��> ��� ,    .,'���   , ��� ,,, ���    i . 7.��� %t���u  Home Vn level lot-view of the Se^a lPari^V,!iWaJ<)L0.?lJa.,^"  sound  from  nice  Jiving room, ��� ���yr**\^^*f��wU*n4n,  nfirt bsmt  sio ooo FP      ' ��� Pi^*wJW"7|(00*.wwiiaa������������-  For   tho   reUrcd   couple   wto VT.P. W Browning Rd. - $8000,  likes gardening������Tidy 4 rooms,  and 'ft cement bn��ement, Conveniently located t�� ��hop4 and  P.O, $9,000 on ea\��y .tcrrnn,  tires,    reconditioned'   motor,  2. (a) The Short Form of tho   ,  Code will  N  "P^i f��r houses  ar^d small buildings not used for hX,  assembly  or Institutional  pur-  poscH, (bV'Tho' Code on its full  form will apply l() all other con- ^^  structlon. ' '  3. PormitH,^ will <bo i;fjriUircd.N  ..,     ior 'the,conHtructloli or moving \  ^n��i'��'<��tl'��n, lot buildings and ror tmproyo- .^  monlN'ln oxcohh of $200. )n value; applications and plans ho-  |r$ submitted tor tho Building  Inspector for approval hefdro  thc-permit-lsinsuedr  4. Fees for permits aro to bo  SECIHELT AGENCIES DATE PAD  ��� This free,reminder of,coming events Is q service of SECHELT AGENCIES  ,LTDV Phone Peninsula Times direct for free, listings,, specifying "Date  Pad", Please note 'that space is limited and some advance dates may  have to wait their turn; also that this is,a "reminder" listing only and  cannot always carry full details.  HP#MKPHitH^  ,'%>y,J 8~ 1:30, p.m.. Legion Ha|l, Secheit. General rnceting O./Ay.P.O.  May 20���Pender 'Harbour^/sAqy Day Celebrations. Pender Harbour Secon-  "'dary'School grounds. Parade 12 noon,  May 20���6 p.m'. Welcome Beach Hall. Centennlol Banquet and Variety Programme.  May 22���Secheit M��y Dav celebrations at Hackett Park. Parade at  12 noori.  May 26���-2 p,m, Roberts'Creek Legion Hall, Rummage Sale,  May 26���10 a,m.-2 p,m. St. Bartholomwe's Parish Hall, Gibsons; Super-  ",'.,, flMity Sale.   .   ,������,,.  May 31���-8 p.m. Gibsons Elementary Activity Room, Films: Prelude to  Peace, City of Gold; Above The Timber Cine,,  May 31���5 p,m, Secheit Village Office. Arrival pf Centennial Beach, ,  r  i RENTALS  New 2 bedroom ground floor apartment. Electric rango, fridgo, electric  heated. Darls Bay���r$J��0 per month. '    ;  3 Bedroom Kouse, West Sotholt���$ 100 per month.  CALL E, SURTEK, ova*. 085-9303.  REAL ESTATE'"  INSURANCES  Phono 885-2161  Multiple Listing Sorvlco  Vancouvor Real Estata  Board  ItttBSi^iM' AfltfaW.  Vf W*t��Mt#*,iWl^.iO�� *i  is.sjistiii^Atn^l*"***  8  407-tfn  St,, Secholt,   ^  417-24  K: BUTLER REALTY  5, INSURANCE  .......C^UoM^^r^W- -���   - - ,-  ...Tiio. rro4jrwslv��u.R*allor���..... ~  428-24,  Many to choose from.  Harry Gregory���885-9392  H, B. GORDON &|   KENNin,.ijp*_^  . 3cchcn,.B,C,__w^_i85-,^.lL  411-23  Mrs. Dorina   uUouh,   Mermaid    *<*�����<-M l)cr thonimndj|un to  -    -   ���  ������ ���---���    j^ oHtlinated value of 'thirty-  flvb thouaand dollars and fifty  cents .per..thousand,,thereafter.,  Tho  National..Bulldln��. Code  1,1 UKcd hy both lho Village of  GllwonH and tho VlllaKo of So-  JBuildlna Bylaw.  tho Bylaw No, fl  may ho aeon at tho RfiKlonal  District offlc��, Whittaker Block,  W.F. lot Selma Parlj..-...$6000...  ,        >������i^  ka^,* ' i m     chclt as their  Um  OPWTB  FROM tW.    ^ ^'^ Mrt0���, ^'      A  copy of I  m^���� 4a ��i,AA��iA frnm Our'   VoU(��wa��on    parts    aro    mn���  hn annn  iwagon    partH   ^  hcrfl  and  we  havo  a factory    .���������,���. ������,  trained mechanic to, soryo you,    jDnvisBay.  10A7 VolkHwaflcn cu��ton\ $\iw.  Bank   flnnncln/j  available,  *di*frfiii|r(i*j*!('B(isw7w*i*,j 'wanWjB^i-;  CHARLES'P. OOODINO  Socrotary  MMWtUBrtWPWtffllWWtMTWt*'  Rhone. 885-2812  at013-24  .,.May.l0lht./ll)(.7...  34l���I,ul*,  '7  May 10, 1007   '   SECHELT ������;���":���   (: ' " V,   Sccholr buslnois block, real value, priced �����,,��..  to sell, Good terms. J, Anflor��qn,  885-2053,,       ���������   i  Cowrlo Sl���  clean family' homo/  oxfra  rooms In bpsomont,( Lovely ti'cetl landscaped  lot. Only  $15,900 easy  torms.  Call J; AncWion. 885-2053,  Sheol Motol Shop for sole, $3,950, Im*  mediate possession, Coll Dob Kent,      ...  885-9461,  ~Qwn��.WMr^own^l����M0osj,ta|FlorW ��hw.^  Largo  turnover,   Wire  sorvlco,   $5,000  will handle, For further clotalls, call Dol>  Kent, rosi 805-9461. (No, 430)  ,   WEST SECHELT ���  128 ft, wotorfront lot with lovoly eottaqsv  "excellent   vlew..of��Troll-.l��lond��,   Near ...  cr��>ok and on good beach with easy ��c-  cons, Coll Bob Kontr 883-9,461.  68 ft. waterfront with older 2 bedroom  home, oontlo slope to fln�� bcocb,  ^12,000 f,p,  $2,500 down; Call, Bob  , ' Kent 685-94fil,  $1,50Q down, 2 oc'roi,, W��*t Socholt. 2  bedroom cpbln, furnUhod, Neor now ol��c-  , trie range, Basement, Good water supply,  Only MSQO.T.P, Call J. Arokrton  885-2053.    ���  View lot on ���highway, 50^1400 ft, Termi  on fiilf 'p���Hco .fZ.SOOrCaU'Dob Kent, ml   "  ���MIMMIMMnilsSa^^  r   DAVIS BAY  Lovely now homo, now almost complete -  lor occupancy. Tormv F.P. $ 13,950, Call  , Bob Kent ros; 885-9461.  .''.   BARGAIN HARPOUR,       )  300' wotorfront, 5 room'od house on ,3  acres,  $20,000 with terms,, E, Surtpps,  885-9303 (No, 413)  .WOODS DAY '  ]9,8 acres, both sides of highway with  almost now 2 bedroom house and nlco  ^gfouhcl^  ocroago "and Jibuso, Good value, moko  nlqo suNjvlslon (No, 452), Coll E. Sur-  tees, 885-9303,  ���''������;���       , PENDER HARBOUR-    .,   i  8 ocres with .3QQ'~��wat��rfrc.nr tn 2 /lots,  ' Good buy lor cash, Call E, Surtoos.  '    * B85-9303.  PORPOISE DAY   156' wotorfront. 1,38 acres with 2 bod-  room   house,   Good   at   U 5,000   with  terms, (No, 433) Call E,,Surtoos,  885-9303,  ; EGMONT  Secret Day, Egmont, 165' waterfront, plus  12 rental garage*, Flsherrnon'8 cabin  Ideal motet or traitor court sire, Only  $ r ?, ooo70atrt��msrirA^monrMmM  ������T G85*205a (No. 391 >r  ^Vt'1-'"^**  r t  A  ��� 11�� .* % * t Il  \\<i  ��� j r  Jv  J*.       <*  A*'*"'?    i  /a.  l'��  'f  ���   ��ift>if  s*S?  '"MSM ���     *    i .       >       ��� * "  -57T  Si  SiK^AtnV1*******  ; ,   SUPPUES  'LANDSCAPING - PRUNING '  - J-i Gayrsr Point Road <  Gibsons, B.C. - Dial 886-2919    ,  PIAMQMP W BUILDING SUPPLIES  Dealers-for VYestcrofr Windows  J Pepjamin Moore paints and ojl        '  ' (, Building Supplies  Opei? f fitjays, to 9:00 R.m.  885-9704 -Wilson Creek  Phonq 8852818  NITA*S BEAUTY SALON  ppen in the. Benner BIpcK  Secheit, B.C.  PERMANENT WAVES ��� TINTS  HAIR CUT��� STYLING ��� SHAPING  9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday - Saturday  TASELLA SHOPPE  Ladies' - Men's - Children's Wear  Yard Goods, -- Bedding - Linens  Dial 885-9331 - Se&elr, B.C.  ���    ���!���     II I1.WI-I.   ��� ��������� ,-fa- ���l-..��ll.^l>��� ���l.M.llll,!-!.��� .    ������    ������  HAY NEWMAN PLUMBING  SALES & SERVICE  HOT WATER HEATING  BUILDING & ALTERATIONS  Davis  Bay- Rd., -R.R.   1,  Secheit  Phone 885-2116  Scows ��� Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving/8- Log Towing  I. HIGGS  Phone 885-9425  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  GIBSONS  ESSO OIL FURNACES  No down payment - Bank interest-  Ten years to pay.  Complete line 'of appliances  For free estimate���Call 886-2728  L & H. SWANSON LTD.  Septic Tanks and Drain Fields - Backhoe and)  Front End Loader Work.  Screwed Cement Gravel% fill and Road Gravel. _  *hone 885-9666 - Box 172 - Sechetl  HARTLES MASONRY  Fireplaces - Planters - Blockwprk  QuaHtyLWorkmanship - Free Estimates  Phone 886-2586  Madeira Pork, B.C.  Your CMC Service Centr(i*:-Penins^  Dealer - Cabins - Trailers & Hook-up - Camp  Sites - Trailer Court - Launchinq Ramp  Phoiie 883-22tS6  ��� .-> ��� , -   .  ���   OCEANSIDE FURNITURE  AND CABINET SHOP  Custom cobiHetiry for' home and office  Kitchen Specialists  ������������"���'���  R. Birkin. doach Ave, Rotterts Creek  Phone 886-2551  GIBSON GIRL s^EAUTT SALON  , Gibioni Village,  Experts at cuts, coiff qnd colour  Custom Permt ��� Phone 886-2120  (qiQSEP MQNPAY)  for Your Fuel Supplies  *  Donny Wheeler  "   ' "'".''."/'"'''''..^"'".���Yiiur'V"  "���'U  IMPERIAL ESSO PEALER  886-96,63 - Hopkin* Landing  ��� ������HlWllWljIM   '*!*���"���" MIIIMI���miM.11 Ml �����!����������������������WM������ ���!��        II     '        ������'   '��������� "I   ""���   ������    T��  THE; TOGGERY  Ladies' and Children's Wear  ��� ��� ,   ' Open sjix fJpys a week  .    '   :       f^ 885-2063  1 Cbwrlo Street, Secheit  RICHARD F. KENNJETT  ,; ^ot^ky PV��.MC'".' ���  ToUr^ona Glt>,9r,�� 886-2481 - Res, 886-2131  ,    CHARLES ENGLISH LTP,  Real Estoro & Insurance  Tm  rwp7?p  **Sr  ;    TWIN SM>ir MIMfklK  BUILDING tupMR Wfc  When Vod He$4 Building tyjpplte^  7 * 'I: mt estimatesvv/-r-  ? BOAT OWNERS  ^op?u}t Cap*. W- Y, Higgs  Box 2tf9, Gibsqns, B.C;. ��� Mfc^-ft  Rte IfcfiURAKjCE CLAIMS  . , / ^      or  BOAT SALES,   M ��� ���   ��� n ��������   treeI falmnq;  TOPPING^-. REMOVING LQVVER LIMBS  '     FOR Y'EW-r  Insured work from Fort Mellon to,  '" Pender Harbour,  PV SERVICES LTD,  ,.  Marven Volen 886-9946  Diaby Porter 886-9615    ,  PORPOISE BAY WATER TAXI  Charter Trips - Scenic Tours  Phone 835-2828  or Radio Mar Dee  PENINSULA  BUILDING SUPPLY LTD.  Phone Secheit 885-9669  "THE HOUSE WITH A HEART"  E. J. CqfdwelL.Rrop.^- Box 97, Secheltf B.C.  Phone 885-2062  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS  APPLIANCES ��� ELECTRIC HEAT  Phone 885-2062  ELECTRA-CLEAN  Upholstery Cleaning - Carpets  Furniture - Rugs  For appointment Phone 886-9890  JM��*  , *,��� .Wednesday, May. 17,. 1967 Tr^e Peninsula Times .   .  Oone^^re^ . . .  Music Festival successful  some unjusUfied criticism  JTOYFtfL sound?a of Festival '67 will echo in this case the elementary  in the memories of those taking part principal Mr. Ken Powers,  and the audience for many a month. From Everywhere one looked on Sunday this  the opening fanfare* played> by two young co-operation was evident, the expert work-  trumpeters Tony' Baker; and John Rudolph ing side by side with the amateur^ Dr. Don  al   *-ifiiiU>f  ���i:  school  ajid  its  Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Duqo^  Profile  ���fyy Mofy Tfnkley  W**4iBl��iti��HB!llpWS*��H��H[Hi^  LARqr MACH^R AYAILAPLE-FOR  HEAVY CLE^RING OR GRADING  TERMS AVAILABLE   ,  Coll Fred Schroeo;er~-885-9690,  Socholt, B.C.  WIGARD'S SEWING CENTRE  v   Authorize^  Singer |e\ying Machine Deq|er  CowrietSti��Secheit-Ph, 885-9345 ,  Building Cohtractins  Sechelr, R.R. 1 Davis Bay Road  :      PhorW 885-2050  ^ tr|e SERVIClS  Falling/Topping, Limbing for view.  All1* work insured.  Full Information (  Phbfe ��ptS-2|43f  ARNOLD BLOMGREN  yy'-,?!!*^?Firy.,l,l.'!"!"!lff$**'fpm*t *"'1"*. ;> w s sawn iws #isw ��� p <w* ��f�� n*"i������*mi^m^mm  John Hind-Smith  REFRIGERATION  .��� '.   PQRTMELLOIrt- 7  Tt, PENDER HAftBOUR  ';'.,;.,.' :Pho^e^l'^86-W31.:^  ".'   frpm 9 q.rri. to 5:30 p.m.  ���   Ret. 886-994?  mmmmmmm. ��� , 1.1 ��� ��� ���.���������������*m^mm* ��� ��������������� m^..mrmmm>mmf, '������-l���,��*��*r'"  Cis SALES      "  ") '- SECHELT, B.C.  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS  Phono 885-9713(  mi,; ,1,,, ������  ,, , rtf'iii.1  ,;'     '   '��� ���    !"'���) ;, 7 ;v")      l��! ii* "'! V.,'  FRANK E. DECKER.OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block - Gibsons  ........^  .'>x,X^yy,W$\&,AXS\x.y-'.x  I & S TflANSpORT LTP,  Phone 886-2172  Doily Freight Service to  ';   Vohcouver        ��� y  '  Lqcql fin Lon,g distance moving  Local pickup and delivery service  ,   Vow^ed' hquling:;���;���;��� 'X/y'A  EATONS  "WHERE TO GO'*1  TRAVEL SERVER  . SPA - BUS and RAIL  Phono 886-223^  Sunnycresf Shopping Contra   ������  PIONEER and the son of pioneers, t Mr.  Maynard Dqbois"v/as born- on Robson  Street, Vaitcouver on May l, '189Q. ^is, father,, born in Montreal, had, come to Vancouver .when it was Gastown,, before "the  fire of X886. He returned after theiire.and  homesteaded in "Central Park. He was ,a  stone cutter by. trade and examples .of his  work are to be seen in many old cemeteries. He used_ to ^tell, his -family ;about�� the  magnificent old red cedars, some probably  a-thousand- years old^which' had Hjeen wiped  out-by the'fire. He-knew of one snag-'from  which had been cut '30 cords ��� of ��� shingle  bolts. * Sofne" of the-barns on Lulu Island  are still -roofed- with shakes -made from;  those old giants of the forest.'  ' Maynard Dubois "wept to th,e old Collingwood School. One of a family .'of 10, he  learned at an early ~age to malce^ himself  useful. He had the first^paper route in tbe  Central" Park area, a 12 mile route stretching from Boundary Ro,ad,to the Municipal Hall, Burnaby, which he covered on  horseback. Subscribers received a daily  delivery of "The,World," which was afterwards amalgamated into the' Vancouver  Sun, for the modest sum'of 10'cents a week.  His cousin, RoyAuborn, accompanied^ Mm  over the route delivering the Province and  the two boys would sell any extra papers  at the lacrosse games.    ^  Main street of Vancouver in those days  was Water Street and what is now known,  ^is Kingsway was the Westminister Road,  ,witb four roadhouses, the Junction, Gladstone, and Collingwcod Hotels and Royal  Oak. Young Maynard started work a| tb|_  age of 11 and since that time has never  been uneniployed. Be was still only a boy  when, with a loggingoutfit, he went north '  in one of'the f)rst\ g&s- bbiats., He r^alls  that there was a steam tug wWch-ufid to  tow them ;frpjn, place to place and that in  the Queen Charlottes, he wfas kept awake_  by the howling 61 the wolves^ aU mghty The^  loggers returnedl^o: Vancouvervon;a ,stern- ���:  Wheeler, which provided an occasions for a,  long gambling session. Many of them were  ��hVeter!ite.''''''gam^  hard and then lose'all their earnings in a  single night's plajior^during the trip home  a good place to eain a living inthose days,  for there were fine stands of first growth  fir, plenty of fish-and a cannery in Green  Bay. Mr.'Dubois was'caretaker for'P,. B.  Anderson * Loggbg, - who ,laid a^raikoad  system thrqugh,the;bush for transporting  the }6gs. He'was one ot many 'local volunteers, whp gave their services in,the building ol "the original St. Mary's Hospital at  Garden Bay, which- was opened afound  1925. As bis^ sons' grew told enough, to work  with him, he wentirito logging forhimself.  / Logging at Sakmaw Lake, he built the  firstfish ladder' there.  During the past seven'years, Mr. and  Mrs.-Dubois- have lived in' their trailer at  Halfmoon Bay but* recently moved to Madeira Parkrwfiere they are renting-a,house  ���from , Mr. Mi Stickian'd ��� *   ,  Mr.   Dubois   bkes-Jto   reminisce   about  some, of 'the' interesting characters -he has  ^met during'his life.'He recalls a'logger,  nicknamed 8-day  Wilson,  who  would  log  for eight "days and 4hen go into- town arid  blow "his 'money." During  the  first world  wart he saw ax lpgger up,'in a spar tree"  when the pihee arrived to take him' for the  army. The logger did not stay to argue.  He slid down the guy line and escaped into  the bush before the policeman realised he  was no longer up the spar tree; Among the  bldtimers of Pender Harbour, Mr. Dubois  speaks with affection .and respect .of Bill  Matier;'who was^ar^i^er^  years and who died in,' Vancouver, ^st^year  at the age of 91. There was also 7 Nigger  Joe, a big negro who seined in the mouth of  the Sakinaw and in his spare/time was employed as bouncer in the hotel. One of the  Harbour's oldest residents whom he is not  likely to forget is P. H. Johnson wtid'dis-  appeared mysteriously, for it wa.s Mr? Dubois who discovered the body of the murdered man in Vancouver Bay.  On June 15, Maynard Dubois and his  wife Eva, who was born in Hatzic, will  celebrate their 55th wedding anniversary.  They have eight surviving .children, 23  grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren.  Of Mr. Dubois' nine brothers and sisters,  only he and one brother, Len of Haney,  .���survive. ��� .������-������^.^ ��� - X- A-. J  Yfiung Mayjiita^  anything to own|aij^|^Qf horses, decided  ��� to .give ,gambl|jp?a^  -ceived������ -bU--paiM^i^��;i^"^i^wed��� ^ 'from, bis  boss and tried\his ',-iu ck?"At one stage, he  was $1600 aheaa.^bu^.^p, went pn playing  pd soon lost all he w^n; After that expedience he never gambled  again.  Even-.  tually,   however, V.hc lflqlid   get  a .team   of  horses from Joe Broo'ks and went to'work  for the Burnaby Council. He held thi-s���,job.,  for 13 or 14 years, gaining a reputation qs  a steady, reliable worker. It was during >  this period that he helped pave Kingsway  \yith its first surface of crushed rock. He  worked for a time in the Barre Bros;, Mill'  at'Mission City; he bought and sold horses  and tried his hand at poultry farming in,  Surrey, but his inyjostment in,this Venture  w^s lost :w|icn/Newcastle disease wiped out  , his stock..,';,������V'���������,,': 'A '..7A.-A---A. '.....:.'������".,'��� ,,.'���;,:.  In 1919, l^o moved h|s family-'to Pender  Harbour where Uiey r^ado their hohib (or  40 years, while ho fished and logged, Their  first home was at Irvines Landing, which,  was thcri"tho mnln scttlepient, with a hotel,  post office and store, nU run by Joe Gon*  zalos and his son*ln*law, Stpve Dames.  There w^<m regular boat sorvlpo to Van*  -coviver and a school at Donley's. Landing,  whoro Hassan's store now: stands. It was  Local girl honored  at surnriso shower  LAST   Thursday   night,    several   friends  gathered at the home of Kirsten Jorgenson to honor Judy;* Chambers, who is to be  married in the near future. '   ;  ,.��� Judy was completely surprised and  pleased when she found the living room full  of school mates and friends.  Leslie Kennedy and Linda GoesQn assisted Judy in opening her many lovely and  useful gifts. The ribbons were tied to Judy's,  engagement ring "and passed around to the'  girls to find out who is the next prospective bride. The bows were arranged on a  paper plate to make a colorful hat which  Judy wore for the remainder of the evening,  .,     ; ,.'  The evening was spent playing games  and ta>ty refreshments were served by  Mrs, Jorgenson and Kirsten.  the concert kept up a swinging pace, given  continuity by a brief narration in which  the parts of the father and two children  were taken by .Gordpn Ingtfs, chief qn-  naunper at tbe CBC witf* Joan Blomgren  j(Dd Wayne Wright.'     ,,  The wholq progr^in, was a skilful blending of the professional with some of the  best local talent, giving the children the  unforgettable -experience of performing  with experts., Dave Robbins and bis versatile musicians endeared themselves to the  audjence by their obvious delight in the unusual experience of being part of an elementary school band, and their pride -in  trumpet soloist Ricky Vermette. The band's  bass instruments added ,the .depth of tone  which our band will achieve in the future  as the young players gain experience and  the physical growth to play such instruments.  Children, who were at first a 'little apprehensive at'the thought of playing with a,  professional'band found themselves quickly accepted by the, friendly group whose  enthusiasm and skill impressed even those  who are not-by nature jazz fans. This included beside Dave Robbins and his famous  trombone," Don Dorazio, Frank Nightingale,  Bonnie 'Burke,"Dave" Quarin and Roy Bull,  saxophones; Bcbby Herriot, John" Swan,  Carse Sneddon' and Stu Barnett, no. trumpets; Terry Clarke, drums; -Bud Henderson, piano; and.. Stan. Johnson, bass.  Even though the'Sunshine Coast did not  live up'tp its nan\e .weatherwise, the CBC  singers, who^ Ccjn be heard regularly on  radio an^d television^ also enjoyed the ligh,t-  heai-ted,' happy -festival atmosphere and the  unusual opportunity to take part in such a  community event. Not alT were strangers'  to the area; Shirley Sachs belongs to a  pioneer summer residence fanuly at Gower  Point and those who attende'd the community' conference on' education last Novem-'  ber were happy to welcome Jack Downs  again.       , '..>��.  Local residents ..sitfging in the chojr were  Peggy  and Ed , Burritt,  Lottie Campbell,  Doris   and  Ray" HolSrook," Louise  Hume,  Dons Lee, Lucille Mueller and Joan Wray.  Hats-off-to our-wonderful-Indian School  Band, who ^rned- down an. invitation to  play at the Peach Arch M^y Day celebrations in order to take part in our commu- ���  nity festival.a gesture greatly appreciated,  by Sunshine.^ Coast Arts Council and the  communities "it represents who are justifiably proud of our Indian band and of those  with Brother MacDonald who give so much  of their time to training these youngsters.  Significance of "the annual music festival, it seems, to us, apart from the obvious  educational necessity,qf,providing motivation for young, players and. singers and of  widening their miisicaV^xp^rience" is ��� the  high level of communityj eo-ogeration, displayed. The festival is like an lceDerg, the  final performance represents onjy the third  showing  above   the   surface.   Behind  the  scenes is a vast army" of supporters from  Pender Harbour to port Mellon combined  to put the ,showvon the road. Each of the  more than two hundred children performing  represents a family which has co-operated  not only to have the child^fresh and shining  and neatly turned out for the event but has  encouraged his continuing;interest and par-,  ticipaitioni throiigh many weeks of band and  'choir^practices.^';.'"' ,V'','v;;^' ;.,;;r'" ��� ,'���;;���;���'.':;'���  Undoubtedly there ^  who think of this area in terms of rival  communities, but obviously-the majority is  in, tune with the times and beginning to  think in terms of the distript as a whole.  In particular one could understand if the.  residents of Pender Harbour arid Madeira  Park stayed in their sea-locked eaves arid  intinaated that what goes on in the rest of  the district is no concern of'theirs. That  this is not so is in <Japge - part due to the  wonderful leadership given by'tbe schools,  Gibberd flying in from the Interior to conduct our young choir, Kurt Hoehne and  Ray Holbrook with Filsonic technicians and  lighting expert Tommy Lea working behind the scenes, the schools, the parents,  cjuidren and adults. '  .  While the arts council and the festival  committee'^slilj^have' many  problems   to  solve, the new music program envisaged  by the school board,  Mr. Klyne Headley  and so ably supported by the staff of all  schqols in the district, is already showing  results no one would have dreamed possible  two> years  ago. The Times is proud and  happy to Record the continued progress of  our Sunshine Coast District and and Choir,  not-forgetting the orchestra which had to  take a back seat this year but which we  hope to hear again.  MORE ABOUT . . .  ��� Secheit May Day  ���from page A-l  which it moves off at 12:00 noon. Judges  are Mr. Cliff Salahub, Mr. Earnde Booth  and Rev. Father Dublop/^aYade Master  is Barrie Redman assisted by George Eberle: v^__^  Opening of the event at Hackett Park  is at l p.m. and visitors will be welcomed  by Secheit Village Chairman, Bill Swain.  Hon. Isabel Dawson, (Minister without  Portfolio has agreed to be present and will  undertake presentation of gifts.  May Queen Laurie Allan'will be escorted by Mr. Lorne -Allan and attended by  Susan Jorgenson and Janice Mullen. Retiring Queen, Hather Hall'is unable to attend but will be represented by Lanie Sch-  roeder' escorted by'Mr. "Fred Schroeder.  Her attendant will be Lygie Matinez.'  Flower girls are Charlotte Bandi, Len-  ore Farell, B,everly Jackson, Denise Joe,  Mae Pearson and Edith Anne Veszley.  Mark Whyte has agieedto be gift bearer:  Indian- Princess^ Debra August will be  tiring Queen, Heather Hall is unable to attended by Pearl Julian and Janice Joe. Retiring Princess Debra Johnson will be escorted by Mr. Frankie Joeand attended by  Cindy Joe and Audrey Joe. Flower girls  are: Lila Belrose, Geraldine Joe, Rena  Johnson and Sandra Joe.  " \. ,Master of Ceremonies, Mr. Jim Parker.  Logs submerged for over 50 years have  been salvaged and sawn, into good lumber. ���  i.    - -a  THIS VITAL  YXMJM6 .  RiUGIQN  ���<i.  pfm^nylgathsl^  ill rniWytco lovll s If  There   are   three   million   people  around the world today who be-/  l|eve that Ihe unification of NiaiiWnd  l> the will qf God for ou,r qgp. "piey  call lhem*.elvol Baha'li. ,  '   '  Perhap* Baha'l Is what yoii qro  looking for. ,     ���'  Information upon'requeth 15 Lo|a  Road, Toronto 7."     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A S V  A' }  ���fa^-M-1<;    ^  ^\s "'IK'^a' a.*  ,aa.��<V -   *%���<��   J   ^Sji^/T  a   S\    ^v't^*^^   A>   * ��!-,������ <��� V.W ���  ������->!���  * y*>4' <*����� <7ja,+VV,��- ���* ����� "���*!,+ *   �� -V.* AS-*,!*-* *^  K* .Vis -  M>.y   i v  t   �� .��  "A.*  i'i  111  i)  ���-3V  Page A-4 The Peninsula Times Wednesday, May 17,1967  I.  i  I  .BBB00B00BBBBBBBBBBBBB00BB  The Peninsula^W^  1867II1987  '/ may be wrong, but I shall not be so wrong as to fail to say what I believe to be right,  . ���John Atkins *  ^,BBBB0000000000B000BBB,  'M00000M0mM0B00B*MmB0B000B0M0000000JI0B000000000"*0'm"'m'"m  1000000$  Promises wear>tt|iit  INTERSECTION of Sunshine Coast  Highway,and School Road, Gibsons,  is quite obviously becoming increasingly  hazardous as greater numbers of school  children are forced to compete with ever  increasing motor vehicle traffic. Although some almost insignificant steps  are to be taken as & means of decreasing the danger ar;e'a, the problem will  continue until such time, that the main  'highway is relocated.  This particular situation is but one  of many along the fifty miles of ridiculously inadequate highway which unless completely revamped in the near  future could very easily result in fatal  accidents. Perhaps the very nature of the  hazardous trail has created an acute  awareness in residents thereby resulting in fewer accidents than might be expected.  Various bodies have made representations to the Highways Minister who in  his inimitable non committal manner, has  stated the road is under consideration.  Indeed there are those who recall the  Hon. Mr. Gaglardi telling us "get Isabel  as your MLA and you will get your  roads". We were told we would get our  road previously, the only difference now  is that we are told it i more frequently,  but with the same result, we are still  waiting and watching the situation deteriorating.  Perhaps the minister is unaware of  fhe fast m^  dropping away.  Political football has been played  too long and it is high time the public  bared its fangs. Small crumb such as the  long promised Granthams Bridge is not  enough. Falling for age old election promise's, the Mackenzie riding changed its  politics and "put its trust in Jjocial Credit  Government, possibly for good reason  and there is no cause to suggest a mistake  has been made. However, the time has  arrived to dispose of the formalities,  niceties and superficial bon-ami, the electorate grows weary and seeks action.  We hear talk of an improved ferry  system at both ends of the Peninsula and  have good reason to believe that this  will actually materialize in the near  future. This is good and credit will go to  Mr. Bennett. Unfortunately, it will not  improve the road problem, in fact it will  probably make it worse for better ferry  transportation will naturally result in an  increase in motor traffic on and off the  Peninsula.  It must of course be appreciated that  wherever the minister goes in the province he has to face hoardes of self  styled active supporters all pushing fpr  pet projects of their own and to some  extend has to cough up. Nevertheless,  what for example, would be the use of  large campsites down sideroads if the  main road is such that visitors decline its  use. It would therefore suggest, priority  be given a few more major undertakings.  Fender Harbour Chamber  seeks spawning channel  HAROLD    arid    Joyce    Clay's    Madeira  Manna was the scene of Pender Harbour and District Chamber of Commerce  May 9 council meeting.  Membership m Sunshine Coast Arts  Council was'renewed.  Mrs. 'Jo'" Benjafield, the organization's  very capaWe secretary, was delegated to  represent the Pender Harbour group at the  B C Chamber of Commerce annual meeting to be held at New Westminster's Royal  Towers Hotel on May 28, 29 and 30.  Mr. Don Cameron introduced a resolution requesting the fisheries department to  conduct a feasibility survey with the" ultimate object of establishing a hatchery or  spawning channel- between Sakmaw and  Ruby lakes and to bring the latter into  the production of coho, pink and sockeye  salmon The resolution was unanimously  supported by those present.  The council agreed that the chamber  a would underwrite the cost of crests for the  "lC Pender Harbour students who will be  among the 80 or so peninsula high school  students leaving for Expo via CNR on  June 19. A suitable crest for all those attending will be chosen from the entries  submitted in a contest conducted by Gibsons Chamber of Commerce.  Dr. T G. How, who is presently conducting an inquiry into small boat harbors  on the west coast'for the federal department of transport, will address the next  council meeting'to be held on the evening  of June 13. He will also address a public  meeting on the same afternoon.  Time and place of both meetings will  be announced later and it is hoped that a  good attendance will result at both meetings  of' speedsters rushing for ferries every   sideroads have been greatly improved;  Reader's Right  , ���     ��� ��� - ���.  Letters to the Editor must carry a signature and  address, although a pen-name may be used for  publication.  Support-appreciated  Editor, The, Times  Sir���On behalf of Secheit Royal Canadian Legion Branch 140, the coaches and  myself take this opportunity to express our  thanks to all parents for their support to  our Div; 7 soccer team during the past sea-  To give credit where due; some ofou^  increase in circulation since you give an  equal chance for the readers to air both  sides of any controversy, ,   ,  Reports from councils are both instructive and thought provoking. I' am sure that  in no small way it gives the worthy councillors cause to reconsider some very reckless statements and deeds which might  otherwise go unnoticed.  Here's to win wider news coverage in  the future and let the chips fall where they  may. May I suggest that you look for another Ed Greene. So many people enjoyed  his humorous column.  I. GREEN  G.M. FURNACE SERVICE  DAY OR NIGHT  Phone 886-2468  Expert Pressure Burner Repairs  P.O. Box 65, Gibsons. B.C.  two hours and not giving a care as to  who and what they endanger in their  moronie desire to catch a ferry after  leaavtogeyerything until ^the.l^t^onient.^  On top of this we have a road of multitudinous curves and bad levels where  sections of the track are in danger of  others are scheduled for early improvements, in fact, before too long we will  have the unusual situation of first class  sideroads all leading to one main cow-  track. A novel turn up for the proverbial  book but or little help to the communities as a whole.  MuroBis ��� our midst  THERE was a time when honesty and  some semblance of self respect were  both basic ingredients in the home education systeem and woe betide the young  culprit caught violating the teachings of  parents who valued their* good name.  the enquiries for lost property have been  almost tragic, indeed in a few cases the  circumstances were tragic for those iil-J  volved. The dishonesty displayed by  those who walk among us is revolting.  Two teenagers left a wallet containing $20 in a phone booth, it had completely disappeared within three minutes.  Today, sadly to say, there ara��pears >  to be a drastic deviation from this'otte'  .time teaching, upon which a solid back-   The- money belonged to another friend  .ground for a decent way of life 'depended,    which made things even worse.  That such principles are excluded from  family life a��mitdated and no longer necessary is-liaratei^believe. No doubt there  are families that sqll adhere to the adage  that "honesty is the best policy" but there  are obviously many with other views or  arc so, busy involved in other functions  that teaching Junior' right from wrong is'  completely ignored.  Consequence is, that today a tremendous amount of dishonesty prevails. It  would be absurd to suggest most people  are crooks for such is by no means the  ' case. In actual fact, most people arc fundamentally honest, unfortunately, the  small percentage. of malcontents is increasing.  An elderly pensioner dropped her  purse containing her total capital, a little  more than $20. Needless ^o say she never  recovered it, and, but for the fact she  was living with relatives, would have  been in sorry .straits.   ,,,    ,.,..,,  Just last week a local nurse left her  purse on a counter. In it was two, weeks'  salary upon which she depended for existence. This also disappeared within minutes and it1 takes little imagination to  visualize her distress.    ���      .  Cold publicity  Editor, The Times  Sir���I think Premier Bennett and his  publicity department should get together.  For many: years the B.C. Govt, has been  advertising in eastern Canadian papers .the.  advantages of spending the winter on the  Pacific coast and thus escaping the severe -  weather.  Now I understand Mr. Bennett has just  purchased in Quebec an ice breakers for  the Howe Sound run.  I'll admit it does get a bit cold here on  the-Sunshine Coast at times���but'an ice  breaker?  JACK GORDON  Gibsons, B.C.  Appointed place ^  Editor,"'The Times: , V''  Sir���We need lose no sleep over fears  that Britain may join the European Com-  mo'n^Market���she will, never do so. Britain  is; th|t part of Israel scattered many hundreds  of  years   ago  from  Palestine,,   all  across, Europe, and gathered into the British   Isles���the   "Appointed   Place"   where  ���* they were destined to dwell "and move no  more." The attempt to draw Britain into  Europe and the Common Market is aimed  at her destruction���but it will fail because  of God's Word.   '  E.  W. ABRAHAM.  Equal chance  Editor; The Times:    .  Sir���May', I extend my congratulations  on your opening an office in Gibsons, Now  truly  we  are' part of Secheit  Peninsula!  Would You Get Such Values?  s~\  YOUR PENINSULA CENTRE  FOR furniturf^appuances  i  Sales and Service  RICHTERSIN. & RADIO LTD.  Secheit, B.C. Phone 885-9777  Peninsula Plumbing Ltd  Phone 886-9533  Gibsons, B.C.  That people are sufficiently corrupt    Over the past year especiallyti I have hcen  HEATING & SUPPLIES  FREE ESTIMATES  YOUR KEMTONE  SHERWiN Williams, paint dealer  chain saw amm  Box 489 - Secheit  Dealer* for P.M. Conadien ��� McCulloch - HomeSite -  Pioneer and Stihl Chain Sow*  COMPL.ETE rST(^^!F^^;;Mdp|^'^  ;;/Tel6pfc^|;8W^9i26. '  for Ai?me Meal  Dine at the EAGLE LODGE DININQ ROOAA  Dining Lounge overlooking the mouth  el[Pender Horbour,  Chat. Broiler for delicious steaks  Reservations - transportation may be arranged  CALL 883-2282  THE EAGLE LODGE  to stoop to such depths is, hard tb understand. The cases mentioned arc only a  fc,w of many. Obviously it is not one person but a number. We only hope they arc  impressed by the growing Information the  Gibsons area has enjoyed, It is, of course,  no surprise that you are enjoying a marked  Garden Bay, B.C.  The time when a person's property    able to sleep wjth the knowledge that  was treated with utmost respect and any  found items immediately handed over to  the police, is unfortunately, a situation  seldom encountered any more.  During the past few weeks, some of  ���eh H}l <Wi!  UflA**l&,i��jir0Uta>MM,li��rtte|*3(,B  li    '  .!'  5  L  '"i'i fi  aifnarat-H * (��-������ ti &.  mmt& Messages  "Most people are bothered by those passages  of Scripture (hey do riot understand; hut . . ���  the passages that botlftr tnc are those I do  understand", ~Mark Twain  SALVATION BY CO-OPERATION  To-day ihcro is a spirit of unrest t|H over  -^th'c^WbrldrSb^lt)ruphenvalirarc',*'occurrlne:rin''  ninny places and jlicrc is disruption in nil countries. To full in the task of creating a ncyi  order is lo Invllc disinter.  If there In' lo" bp peace on carlh Individuals  nnd races mux. not be used as tools in a poll'  Ileal or economic machine. Tho Infinite value  , , of the human personality,, must be recognized,"  not orfly.ln dur creeds but In our deeds. Materialism and racial prejudice much ho overcome, ,..,.,.  Will (.elfish Interests delay the comlnR of  Ihe new order until cntaMrophq has overtaken  the world? Or will'man learn that his true  life MA salvation lie in co-operalliiK with the,  , oihcrsf "'��� "*"""*" '���-���-�����������*���-�����-������ ~~~~���,������  ���W. U, C*mtron ' "     '   '  decent people havb had to suffer great  hardship due to,, their lack of decency  and moral upbringing.  !*o��t9s Corner  *.*****��# ^  ���A,  i * il  J'��t4   i','/i  The rmwBuuCUwteb��  WAITING FOR TIIE TICK-UP BOAT  ���by I'ctcr Cl. Trower  Marooned a moment on the bakingbcach  this day of humid summer, I recline,  u sweaty, dreamer on a crusoc rock;  , iho, washing words of ocean In my cars,..,,     ,  Alone, Ihls heartbeat in n trick of Time,  I watch old yearn; old morncnis I'kconvcnc.  1 watch the beaches of tho prisoned Past  spring Into phantom focus and recede.  To march like *.hrinklng mlrror-lmagcs ���  back to somo sad infinity of Ions .,.  the sands and shales of the spent Julys  thai staircased me conclusively to here,  1 if.  The Mipcrlmposlllon of thoiSo fled,  remembered shoresenpes on ihl�� *>ccnc of now,  evokes nostalgia's tingle; Htrikcs a spark  of Joiif-lnjj for those vanished where* and  ��� ��� wiicns.    '"' , ' ���"""��� **"' *"**" ���---���������-��~~~--���������-  And though I cannot trade this present beach    ,  for any of lis predecessors, ago  has one advantage; it enhance* fight;  gestates an understanding in the j.oul.  ��� f,%..C^M^"$tf^>*Vti;*j')4a,.flt i��(^iaBH*.V7  Published Wednesdays at Secheit  pa, Jl.C'fi SumhMic Coast  ! "."by "   "I      '" "'<   Secheit Peninsula Times Ud.  Box 381 ���> Secheit, p,C.        y'    '  Pouglos O, Wheeler, Editor  S, R. Mtgord, Publisher.  Subtorlptlon tUtcv, (in advance)  JYW, *5 - % Yc*nv$9 - 3 Yearn, $13  ���w.wMU<-S..WJw."Qfv8iSr. )wO .����,,�����������������.,.,.,,,  And now 1 sense the uticr relevance  of every pebble to the total scheme ...  the plck-un boat comes spraying round llio  point t��.  the world falls into place.,, II i��hclvc my  thought*,.  i*".i��  V  THIS LABEL  ON YOUR  PRINTING  GUARANTEES  THAT IT IS  PRODUCED  UNDER  UNION  CONDITIONS  ���taA7^yta*vto��^+inM^B4iwa*��,  PLUMBING & HEATING  Let tus cater to all "your  Plumbing   and    Heating  needs.  Oil  Co. or Bank  financing available.  SUPPLIES AND  SERVICE  OLSON FURNACES  T>rr:<^.  BENNER BROS.  Furnishings & Paint Store  ' it i, HH !r��  Secheit, B.C.  Phone 885-2058  W*>��7  ��viw  >���"**  �����''  ��� A t '  Swifter than an arrow,  he lif out for  those thrifty values at  Peninsula Plumbing Lid  7tfM^*����l.aIaff*��7j��Sj��Ji^i,lj*i����W(  AS LOW AS  '���' ' v    ���'<    '        ������!'    "   ' '���"/���  25c A DAY  '^���jJW*t*%Mi^4M(��i^y4'i-f|.  fi��aqg!  wmm  Wandcrint?  trouhwlourn   wlU   flntcrlnln  ���    ' (Ifowe Sound lo iervls Inlet) dour unltfl, Jufi^rh, MrtRfirf*, IttlWClani? wa  : . :   ,- - ^m , -... - ! ���.     variety acts will follow Uib crowd,  Times  I* miW  086-9533  Helene's Fashion Shoppe  ^^^Mow^Availahh^^^  .,, *.��� y^^. ^ i ^ 0- s 01 oct i on "of t H o -1 caTo sr ~- in ���-  SPORTS WEAR - SLIMS - TOPS -  PANT SUITS  Sports Wear by Jane Colby  ...' ,   .'. at. ���..."  .:,..   Helene's Fashion Shoppe  Glbsonsr B.C.���������. ^hono. 886*9941  Gibsons, B.C.  WILL COMPLETELYi INSTALL A NEW ISHELL  FURNACE: Complete jvlth Oil Burner, Ducts,Work  '.."���... and Oil Tank in your homo.  Fpr full information call Dud Kiowitjc your  SHELL OIL DISTRIBUTOR  Gibsons, B.C. Phone 886-2133  ���WI "IW "W^W^ ^^ "PWI ^^^W    J^^ ^^m^^^    **m4 T^w    m^ PW ^*^  "*^*aT<fI*" ivq ^���Tf ^^ *,^ ^**��*****r *p*j*M^^mpi^  Gulf Building Supplies  Phone 885*2283  "V  Secheit, B.Ci  \,^'' A, **       ~a
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Ninety-one fcpwlei^qttend...
Combined Bowling Banquet
proves outstanding event
NINE^-jaNE  bowk'rs -enjaj^d' the  corri- Bed.gatsr Red-Bobirisony Kathy Hall, Bob .'
',   /<bjned Sports Club. and Ball-- a$d ;Chain Summerfieid, -Steve -Beiter, and TWary 'Bit*
v BowHng Banquet/Held aiAhe Seehelt' If- chfe. Bunner$'mt>, Matte-Gang: Matt Jae-'
'   gioh flail last, Saturday evening,-Caterers gar,' Helen Phillips,'Marl DeHart, Gail
Jot the annual event* were..Mr., and Mts. i Redman'ahd^Pat Paterson.   '
Guy Winning- and staff from «the, Winning       • Menvs'Hi Average, (203), Bfatt Jaegar; ,
' W?$\ &*%&**> who were warmly ap- Me„,s ty single * (326); Opie'Thorsteinsom '
■   plauded. for\tl}eir> superb cuisine. - Mgn-S HiThree (759V ^ Pisherr r«
ing conducted eiectfon of officers for both ^adie s a; Singles g«£ Helen PhUhps;
, clubs. Sports.Club executive for>'the-com- }*&>. ^.^   (704HJeaiL Robuisonv, -
injTseason: Jack Eidred, president; .Elsie Mo^ ^Proved, fcdy Verna Hewitt^ and
Johnson,-vice-president; Gladys.Newman,' mo^ ""Wed man, Bob Summerfieid. *t
secretary andXeo Johnson, treasurer. Ball        The Ball and Chain are planning to Join
and Chain executives Al Lynn, president; the Five Pin Association in Vancouver for-
Opie   Thorsteinson,  -vice-president;    Jack the coming season.>^    -    '      '       '< r     ~y
7,Fisher, treasurer; • Kathy Hall, secretary;
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Outdoor days are here and
what better way to visit
Expo than with a Security
Travel Trailer from
^eninsub Motor Prod.
.    .   SECHELT, B.C.
v Phone 885-2111—Ted Farewell
Dianne''Anderson" assisted by Bubbles
Creigbton, social convener; Gladys Ritchie',
spare'director.',  '<. ■ "'     \'~   -
Sports Club champs     . ,,        -,   ,   \''-\"x
WINNERS of the Gus Crucitfi^pphy   runghamlaqcepte^  tropHyfW^heit/
are, the Kingpins: Howard Carter,, v.inouier Mrs.. Ena .Armstrong, :M&-,
,n      nM.1       Cl.!.        ta»V.  T__„   ,v/*«  J.1.A    Tl'.^J    i 1      It'mu.-^ J.S_."r*".f    ' <•
SPORTS CLUB , ,        . ,
^ Past president of the-Sporjts Cl^ib, Andy
'?**!?« Dube and"secretary.'Glady's^'Newman, pre-
septed the *G*Us=.Crucilf' trophy to* league
champs, Kingpins with* JSlsie and Leo- Johnson, Martha ^Read, ' Howard, Carter, Ai
Thompson and Ena Armstrqng. Team Hi
Three, 90 Qenters , (3193)^ Jean and Jay
Eidred, Jean and Red^ Robinson, Sharon
and Glen Kraus.,* ,.,<,''
_ Team Hi Single, Wild Five (1144); Lawrence Crucil, Mrs. tJhris Crucil/ Andre
Dube, Roy, Taylor, Iona Stracban and Hazel Skytte. 7Ladie's IB Average (201), Lil
McCourt; men's Hi ;AyerageJ (218), Law-
*J • ' rence Crucil;. Ladie's -Hi-Three (782), Pat
Witt; Men's a Hi Three (757),t Bed Ronin-
son; Men's Hi Single,,($28)^/Pete Jorgen-
senja Ladie's';Hi Single, (3I^X Ena Armstrong. Most improved ladyr'Bobby Rod-
narak and most improved man, Wm. Mason. S   '
Mr. Ben Lang presenteds the Lang Trophy 'lo-league^champs, Wayne Brackett,
JackrFisher-Gladys^ Fisher^Jean Bobihson.
Verna Hewitt and Peter Hemstreet.
Mrs. Gladys Bitcliie^arid-Mr. Bob Janis
presented play-off champ- trophies to the'
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BC& JaA^IS presents Ball and Chainr   Mary Ritciue. Kathy Hall and-Stevts-,   kA|Afo»-||%»!»«ij^
playoff  champ&,   trophy-to Bob   Reiter, at Saturday night's ho^g    PPl9l@ re|I®&
Summerfieid watched by teammates    banquet held in Sefchelt. »;' - ''-      )-'-
moves off
Happy bowlers,
WINDING up the bowling seasbri for   (Men's, Hi: Sbigi%, .^H%£purt,
anothpr year, Sports Club mem-   Ladicte'  Hi Average* .ap^-.^i^eutive
bers: retiring president Andy Dube, - member, Karen Swanson^K^Hime
Rod Uzee, Hazel Skyette, Secretary   out'f6? a,vpicture: .    ,',*$&$■  •
Gladys   Newman,-  Pete   Jorgen^pn ,.'..*-. -'  . -    ~ '    ^^';''  .
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Writ*: Box 472, Secholt, B.C.
Phohe: 885.9987
MOTEL Rates: Single $6 to S7,
// Doublet $8 up, also weekly
:; Say You Saw It In 'The Times',
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Trophy; n|^»!
1 HJGll  scorers  pictured ^  an^uai „•' gar, JWen^ HI, Ayerp.^0 and Jack
bowling, banquet aro: Opie llior- " frisher, Men's'Hi Three a,H in tho Ball
P^ilUpH, Lndlos' Hi Singlo; I^IqU
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Don't be afraid of the bogeyman
ifie doesn't exist
Tho Doaoyman wo aro ipoaklnfl of U tho Imafllnory or*o of "Hulldlnn Regulatjtwg,,* ,v
that ar« proaently tMor «i«tlr« conildoratlon by th<» mombom of tho $tinihlno Co^f,'"j
Rcolonal Board.      '' ■ .*■ <' ';   '' ' "    " * ' .■,'"■■
, Tha Poard rncmboin aro unanlmoUi In rocammendlnn that a building cod* bo
mado jaw In thl« artw and to thU ond) thp Notional DulMtyg Codo, a provlrtclally
rocommondod plumbing codo, and a. dopartmont of health and »owQpq codo will b«
adoptod In duo coMno. Wo will faN flroat caro to point out that theto codo*- aro not
roitrletloni, thoy aro conitructlvo and helpful,      ( .   ^
building Inipoctor will havo lnitructlon» ai board policy to adapt to condition*,. to bo
helpful, or to work to protect tho bulldon,   ;,.,'.
Our policy overall In adapting thoto yarloui conitruc,tlon regulation* U fo roll*
on«J maintain Hit standard of tho wholo community, to protect tho own-ting, ownonr •.
trom Ion ot value*, tho octloni ofvrogue*,, and finally to protect fool* from thomi«|>e*,
Tho area director* ara H»ted belpw on4 will moke tho*wwlve» ayallabio to «ny
-evident whin wl»h« Information ft aiiuranco*. Pl«a*,o fool freo to call on aU <i| any   *
mombor* of tho Sunihlno Coatt Regional Poord for, help and information. Thl| I* your '
community and wo Invito your participation. ,
Area A, Ponder-tamontj J. bunjop qt ^34214.^^
Area D, Secrit Cov^-SecholfJ N, Wation.at 86S-9M9.
One on/
Mion a fighting white*
writer steolhood hits,-*
brace yourself for brttfa,
tiovlcQ or export, you'ra
In for one of the finest
fishing thrills of BA's
action-packed outdoors.
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Aroa C, Selma Parh-WINon Crookl E. Prlttlo at flflo.3(04«,
Area P, Robert* Creeki C. ailkor at Q0o.2«1q3,
,   Ar«a *. Glbwm Rurali F, Weit at 884.2147.
Ar«« F, Hopkln»-Port Mellonj L. Wolverton at 88fi*282o.
Secheit VIIIoboi L. Hon»en ot flflfl.a<$9,
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q rn)f>0-sfeod boon Lucky lager I
(fL«„. brewed In tiro Western tradition,
'iWA So grab yourself e Lucky, Sbvour a
&mr favour as big as alt outdoors,
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X i  #JI *-,*-*, tv'-v.  1 J**. " ' "4,  ~f~,*- a_  l'\. VTyVC-liVjJS.?-. ^"1*^7 ^CS*a<^'4*VV^^VS>Va**.*>iUtA^ltVjl^v<ji^Hl*��^ ��-7rfv��. *  k**,  ���   !j ;'���_'* *..  -���7      7( " ,;. V [7      <!.  >�� 111  7'l    ��   7  1  I  -ii*     r  a .  r  I  7 �� i  >     ,     7       M  4 i  EgrriorxtEye  ^^mmBmtmmmimmmBBmBmmmmm^mmam. ��� n���i ii i m��������� ��� ���������������������� ��� )������   ��-t*��*��M**-w*����*-^��-t*��*^*��-***-i��-''-'-.*-**t*l  ���by John Dunlop  WITH AN estimated close to $251 million  budgeted for health and welfare services for the 1967-1968 fiscal period, the provincial government has announced that it  v/ill "undertake, a review of welfare services ���  in Vancouver in June. Primarily to investigate the lengthening welfare list due to the  heavy influx of transient workers, Mrs.  Grace McCarthy has been delegated to investigate the present system with a view  to preventing abuses and assessing how  muchi duplication .of services is 'taking place  in Vancouver.  .; But why restrict. this investigation to  Vancouver alone? A down-to-earth provincial survey would be much more to the  point and would undoubtedly disclose the  fact1 that hundreds of families, and individuals are deliberately making welfare a  way of life and have no intention of trying  to provide for themselves���as long as the  welfare cheques keep rolling in.  Bill Moore tried to do something about  it in Courtenay a few years ago when he  witheld welfare cheques until the recipients,  who were physically able, agreed to work  their welfare payment.out at current wage  rates. His wejl-intended effort fell flat on  its face due to intervention by the federal  authorities who shared 50 per cent of the  cost The province paid 40 per cent and  was evidently agreeable fo Moore's proposal and the municipality put up the remaining 10 per-'cent. ���  It was a good idea and one that might  be explored further. There are numerous  .projects throughout the province which .will  not be completed, or even commenced, for  many years, if left to regular methods of  employment. Roads could be built to provide reasonable access to remote communities, parkland trails could be brushed out,  park and camping sites constructed and  many other works that would make our- in bluebacks -and only ihe odd spring-up t<x  province a better place to live in." If the' 12 or W' pounds has been landed' recently^  federal government refuses to let their 50.v by sports fishermen.        , *- '  per cent contribution,-to welfare be" used ^        *|    >    *  *  *        .���*���'*  for local work projects, as they evidently Walking around on* Vancouver's 'hacd  did in Courtenay, let the province and city sidewalks for three days was evident-  municipalities enact legislation to the ef-    \y not; enough bunion-punishment for three-  of our so-called weaker sex last week. Vi"  Berntzen, Edna  Howitt and lily  Dunldp  almost made it home from the big*city>.  on Wednesday afternoon, but a' fiat.tiri*'  incurred  en  Hie  Egmont Hoad * decided  otherwise. The gals had to walk in froni the  vicinity of ��$erugh "Lake and this they proV  ceeded   to  do  until * rescued  somewhere  along the way by good Samaritan, Mary  West, who brought ~, them the rest of the'  way.  What pushes me" is, the, fact that our  wives, and this applies to almost all worn-  en, can walk for miles and miles and for,"  hour after hour for two or three dayf on  end when they are in the big city on a shopping or just-browsing-around -session. But,  a mile on Egmont Road? That's a~ horse  of a different color. "Just plain murder,  and us so close to home." The longer you  live, the less you understand women.  , \  fi*avya'  a ��� a   a t,  ���   x7 V ���    * * >  .' a, J 7 7  7 "     /a^ V  . a    ���        -    7 i  i? ���* v   .     - f- a  "f     V,--       ?       ,7 ',  1 A 1   a        J      ' 7  v  ' fi  ih1 - J'-'    ,i  feet that their combined 50 per cent contribution be worked for at current wage rates  whenever possible!. A recipient of total welfare of say $150 per month would then be  required to work out the sum of $75. At a  rate of $2.50 per hour, this would entail  30 hours work and if any able bodied person is not willing to work less than four  days for half his monthly cheque, cut this  amount off and let him get by on his federal contribution; ,  Drastic? Being one of those who help  to pay the shot, I don't believe it is. And  possibly some of our Tm-on-welfare-and-  have-it-made' types would then get off their  butts and seek more remunerative employment.  7 '  EGMONT EYEDROPS  On the beach, and stranded high and  dry on a falling tide. That's the position  I find myself in after last week's item on  our northern and west coast fishing laddies.  Danny Cummings and his troller SILVA  BAY, Bud Cook with his gill-netting VAGABOND and Billy Griffith on his drum-seining CHARLOTTE M II were three of our  regulars whom I inexcusably, omitted in  the said article on our soon-to-be-going  fishermen. Then there are the Silveys, Leonard and Bruce, both with seine-boats and  who will probably be out on the grounds  also, if the growing family fish buying  aud. processing,;pusiness does not keep them  in local waters. GraemeT West is reported  to be taking %ob Lee's FAIRVIEW II out  in an attempt.to outfish his high-lining dad,  John, on tie west coast trolling grounds.  Local resorts report that fishing has fal-  lenoff during the past few days. Cool weather is blamed, for the" seeming decrease  Ihe Canadian Armed Forces  IX,  *   *   *  Pender Harbour district has suffered  a distinct loss with the departure of two  of its well-known citizens, Rose and Gerry  Go-don, who are taking up residence in the  Quesnel area.  Always keenly interested in community  aftairs,  either Rose, or Gerry,  and more  often both of them\ were to ttte forefront1  in any cause that would help the area and  those living in it, chamber of commerce,v  cemmunity  club, *May   Day   celebrations, t  bowling league, Little League and the oldi  roH and gun club were some of the organK  zations which1 benefitted greatly because of ;  the interest shown by the Gordons. Rose  would jump in feet first wherever work,,  was required, and several chamber smor-^  grsbord dinners owed a great deal of their;-.,  success to hear untiring efforts. .'*  Youngsters in the. Little - League haveV  gained a lot through Gerry's interest in     Page ��-�� "   7 The |tenlniiiltt^Tlm^'V7<r^e��lliifl^;May11p967  young folksvand'we have .*U realized fqr '���*-;���t   ,,*.'',. m ~ > :A, ' '' ; r*������'  many years \tliat this isincere and friendly  couple-have-always placed the welfare K>f ^  their, neighbors   and * their ' eoriimtlriity   ?-  ahead ofN^ieir pwn.^        t,  ,.      - ,   ,    ���? ;,  And'io^ Ro$e and /Gerry, Gordon, -yourt  '"  friends'on ihe peninsula'wish.you every   '  success in your jieyr surroundings--we $h'allr ,  miss you botlvdri\!ra thisaway/v ' ^    ''  *.   XV^ <--���'*, *   *^    a  A    .,'. 7 ^   ;  ,  A *'get-well*soonVish" from hisjEgmqnt  friends to Joe Vermfette who", is, recuperaW '  ing in��St. Mary's Hospital7from injuries^  sustained in-a recent trucking, accident/ '  And while1 on the hospitabbit I've learned  why everyone wears a mask during ^an-  operation���fso' no, one"can b'e identified'if  anything goes ,wrong. See you around again/  Joe, and back on the deliveries before too '*  long. - -  Agent 86Vi) (he was promoted after last  week's submission) REPORTS:  That after travelling on the Washington  Sfctte Perries on a recent trip south of the  border he finds that our Washington neighbors are mighty envious of the B.C. Perry  system,;and'of our ships. ��own below they  are still commuting on the old Bainbridge  and Quillayute types of vessels, though  their terminal facilities are far ahead of  ours in customer convenience and catering  facilities. '  si 1     *\ si  XiA A  THE GREATEST SPECTACULAR  .: IN CANADA  s.  That our government has shown admirable foresight iu purchasing an ice-breaker  for the Howe-Sound run. 'Come hell or .high  water' or even a drastically cold winters,  the service will now be maintained.  Swiss clocks, donated by'the Watch' Industry of Switzerland, will keep the official  time at Expo 67 in Montreal. Seventy  clocks, and 12 clock towers, at prominent  location on the site, will be controlled by a  master atomic clock having a* precision of  one-millionth of a second per-day., It wUl  not lose or gain moie than one second in  3,0000 years.  ,1700 Armed Forces .Personnel  ''    in two hours of thrilling  entertainment, action,  pageantry anil excitement.  EMPIRE STADIUI  MAY 31lo JUNE  TICKETS-ADULT $3.00 - $2.00  ,   CHILD $2.00 - $1.25  TICKETS ;  NOW ON SALE    ,  VANCOUVER -    \k  TICKET CENTRE   ^  630 Hamilton St.  Phone 683-3255  ALL EATONS STORES  No Telephone  Reservations  !  tprmmmmmmBttmmmtmmmtmm^titmtmmmlinmi  ANOTHER 1st  tor SUNNYCREST  WIRED MUSIC  THROUGHOUT  THE STORES AND  OUTSfitiE for;.  'YOUR SHOPPING  PLEASURE.  '*mmimmmmmitmmmtmtiiumMmB>0mm0uutttMmmBUi  mti0wmttmmit0^K0tnnt  Our popular moriflily  Family Allowance Btraw  Now gives you a better chance to  win. We give 3 prizes each month  One $30 and Two $10  Draws  Winners announced' monthly.  *mmrmti0mmMiiuwtnm*tmmtwiii0*0  LAST MONTHS WINNERS  MRS. S. BAILLIE  MRS. t. SWANSON  MRS. R. A. KINNE  $30.00    !  $10.00  $10.00  THIS MONTH IT COULD BE YOU  '      ,     'ill*   ''  'i��4/       *    'ih " 7i  ���alftftft,  ,'rL'������!�������   **  v; ���     ��� rPni ,��,>*�����  # ^��9c I  [?*���}  n  *���?;&  cr��  "* \\ >^M*i*f' (,  ** aiu^ifea** *-. wtMtoSs***!* 6%*^i-*Mlf*^  $$fx  lia*(^.l  I. <**.  / / <r  ajh "'I    **    ^  NEW FRESH  ";' STOCK  SUMMER-THOINGS^  _ ALL SIZES    ix,  T    Children's - Women's  ir    ' Men's  >-\,j,  D. G. DouglasTarkrfiesJi Paihte  '^'  -��&*%.  <4  Phone 886-2615  i ��� i  Gibsons, B.C.  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'''",'' M   ��� ",   ' ' ''<   <*"!���',' , ��� "    '���  ...,��,     I i, ~.   ; |&0fyw. station  XAArMn^Mi Mf��ryMn�� ter  iWWfWtf   'mfmmi*W^Mkmwii ty��il-,*mtu, ��,t*ii,aM^,,  ��m ��af*ai��i .��.-��.�� ,*-*-.. i  W^|USfiCT*tt'W^*aA*S^*"'*** ��'-f*l�� -<��JW0 tOfl W *����.�� ����*,  I y ,\)XA"ml1 !"|  k^ x ,* * \V<W' h ���' >  \\*XJ^A�� \   '  ��a��i?H��^fi*^'4f<i*i,l,��i!i7ri<i) i>��>(fi'n'.ti'i   im>.i1,   i7| i I,,  McPHEDRAN  ELECTRIC LTD.  Phone  ���(jalt"W^**W*     f*    **'*'   I  "ffm^a^awia*anaa^awkraw awa.. *aa.����w^.aa��  *jaw��������a>��*..**a*j.(*.*J  mmpmmmmmimm  I    ' '  ""T"  SUPERVALU  ��� *    ��� t  Buy Better  Save More  Knise Drugs  f  On the Sunnycrctt  Plojca for your  Shopping Pleaiura  D.CDOUGLAS  Variety and  Palntc  ''Anything You  <Wpnt We-Hove'-  "^WP����PIWWI��*"l"ipW��*  Charles English  r  M'mltfid  Real Estate  Don s Shoe Store  . A Complete' Line  of Shoes for  ���th��.��.EiilIr,��f���Fafiilly,..  i  i  t*mxxA,  vssifikto*yhtX^iXX<>i-[j.,; ;;,.���;/,;;.x yt;>>>;>*//,*m* y t***^* * -��� ���;  XA,-"yvx *r,".  m  1' 1[t f f 1111�� i . ., ,'�� , i ��� {t i t;.;...  >Wttastt#��ati-j)M6  �����    ft     ��     #   fl    ��     ��1     ,'     ���*    ��      ��,'    ��     /    f   * ^-* f*>)**? fV ,ry-A    ^  J Tum project���,', y  ���>*-*->-*ft*-*��tt->��-a--��i***>*M*-��*j����%N-^^  *V    1 A./.  lit songs and using  ? - -   *���*��� *�� ��� ���*-���������  -��� ,is con,  jc   and  this one  . , ,,. , .   ,      tf lemphasifceKthat religion is important for  *%tfe*B2PB,w?>, ." foi*^Wj? ?** ^yoyngDeople, em bereiijoyed andunder-  Sffi��i?p! ��* ��*&**rf*l *"&��& *���*���.,,* stood? inr everyday, term*. ,* V"  difficult fojatenagers, .wi^'the .result that'. ^ rXl&ough guitar? ;amT hit' songs' may not  many wander away.fi;om the ehurch. Voung > )* jforl��veryonerthey\caaaC6rtainl> carry  people such as the aiocalrm-C however, ^^s^ge���to.those, who^ape active and  are not content^wAnderro^Wait-*.the,ser- .wuUfto lislm -'- ' <���-���,. L  vice expresses^ worship, in^ their own' lang- ���      - * ";        - /    ,-��� ������- ,  \ *~       .  uagej in * form' they best* understand v --, -"> < ������       *'*'!���*.  , r"    a   ^   , *.-.    ?*v ^���"���i**Mi*��-*wuW. v    Trees are a crop njjji^good management  t "Communication' Breakr-Down"( is^/the   requires Aperiodic' harvesting "for, highest  theme of the service, to,be held for .every-    yield.       >        ,     X.7r: f<\ <  \  ** i  {*   -  X '  At  Our Congrcif ulations  TO tiVfiMW NEIGHBOUR ,  AND TENANT \      "': "N  BOB'S APPLIANCE  Sales & Service  M-  f'l  ' -1 '  BENNER BROS.  FURNITURE & APPLIANCES.  J-      �� -7  SecMt,'B;G..:     v  ,��.�� ,.�� Ywiig eatertaiiiers givte  first rate performance  Br^cew��2ll"aand* Raymopd-Dube' are   the   recent - Eastern  i^aldrig'gbodprogress'unfler.the"tui-   Night Concerts  OVEttj^ young rjNeiformers, from   plre- bell, Douglas 'Campbell/Douglas.Taylor,  fjchoolefs  to ������ teenagers   entertained   a Colleen Husby; -Pamela Boyes, Nona Veale,  most-appreciative audience at Elphinstone Gordon Hauka, Sandra Helina and Belle  Secondary * School 1 on 4 Saturday  evening, Dube.     ' _ ^  May6.V;rS   /'    '/        /.    ~ ' ,   - Selections were carefully chosen/mak- /  the vatiety'concert, sponsored by Mount ing the evening most enjoyable for  the  Elphinstone Chapter, No. OS, Order of the audience and the young participants.  Eastern Star,  was held, mainly to r-aise  funds for the cancer fund but it. also pro- * -   ?  -^^-^^t^r^^- Auxiliary members at  Recitations were given by Kathy iaird, <n      . 1   ff      1  David and Jimmy Douglas, pfapils of elocu-    nPffinil/) I   I .fiTuPlTP-nPP  tion teacher, Mrs. NaneyFDouglas, XlCyiUliai  UU111CICUUC  Pianists were: Joyce P,��bvsky, Lorraine REGULAR meeting of Roberts ^reek  Peterson, Catherine White^Dpugla^ Winn, Hospital Auxihary was held in the li-  John Volen, Jimmy^ Douglas,-Jeanne Mc- , brary. Mrs. Tibb reported on work done at  Heffey,   Pamela   Mason,   Tex -Edmonds, ^^ xi^t Shop, cleaning and sorting  She  Debbie Sicotta, Douglas Campbell, Martha was ^ ^ opinion that a lot'of articles  Br?kstad,   Janice   Furuya/, Nona  Veale, didnft appear to be saleable and some way  Wendy v Guroey,   Carol  Olson and  Karen sbo-jig be'found to dispose of them as they  Enemark, all pupils of Mrs. ^rene Sykes. ^1-; ^p far too much room.  Violin quarter, David Hauka, Kim Wal-        ���        ' ,       _. " , ..  ter?, Kim Bwcewell and Raymond Dube      ' Everyone espressed gra&fication at tiie  played, "The Happy Parmer" and toge- share of proceeds from the B.C.  Hydro  Ifeer with litUe Billy Connor also played 'demonstration,   :      '   -  viohn solos;all five are pupils of Mrs. B. >   Mrs. "Mumerieit and Mrs. Beeman gave  Coupland.        -                  - very   interesting  reports' ofa their   trjp'  The only dancer performing was Shar- to the regional ^conferences at ^Richmond  leen Simpson'of Vancouver, the niece' of    and plans were made to'attend'the Friend-  pools were  attend,  ,were re-  Variety "      Vocalists, 'all   pupils   of* Mr.   Gilbert minded that next meeting,"Juhe/12, would  Sykes were:" Donald Hauka, Laura Camp-    he the annual meeting.f .  If  h  m  1  r  ir  I  ft  I  h'i  (��� f  i.\  , a    "   , C  !  i 1   A /���  -, <* "*  ' I 7 H  ' !*     -"-  4i  CONGRATULATIONS  TO MY SON BOB  * -        a >  ON THE OPENING OF  BOB'S APPLIANCES - SALES & SERVICE  IN THE BENNER BLOCK - SECHELT  ^���; -3 *..:���';. '-\-\Ar: " .      - Country dancer     ,,    r t.       "���,..,������ ;^>t, \\  GtOLCEfi] 1} littie: dancer who'- tra-   Scottish Sword* Darice-ancLi, a. 'High-.  veiled from Vancouver, to enter-/ land Country Dance. Sharleearls a  tauV at' the Eastferh Star sponsored   pupil of Mrs. Christie.       '"- "..���--  ' '   >*��      Xj*            .                                           ' " "���" : '  ^^^^^^^           f                                                                                                          r'  ^^^^^^^F  --*������*     '  ' -^i^l^^^femJ  '       ~: Fr?"k NeYCBS' ���'-''':'c"  ^^^^^^~ Nevens VI' & Radio ^  \  J^S^^^^^^^w^^^^\\ -   .        J    4.^'Gibson$# B.C'   v   1.-^  7  ^^S^^ti^r'-   ''     ���   *" "'--"-*            X ~ i;    v >  "* . ���' * *j.. 7 ���> * V1.   ^      '"',''           *         ^ -            ' -         J*  ��  i  P  i  k  1  V  8 -  "v *  Variety Night Concert, is Sharleeii   &fWMMamsm^^  Simpson rwhor superbly, executed the   g    ���    -    - ..���;;���':;:::"    ���;-:-r-^     ;v "r^^r^;  ������ 1 :     , m     .'.   -  r^ =��� ������ ��--*-���*ri*��S        tf.f?     ? 1     ���      7      ���- ~*       -J-"',-t-     >--*���'-- -,   .7;   ~'--r-v*-��V*��-���-'���.-   a\'; ���  -     J>       ^    ' '',       ^ ~ +��*���**   JW^*-aXF--t*>  ,*    .>,-       ��     , f       i   /      J ". -J .J  RoyaliBank^ewsleiier |  explains mortgage      1  , >>w <  '.        ^   *'  .jT"  *�����  '|f.enioviai>vcii'lcl';.oi'!ilavou^:r^  ���^-^:"->iVl''..'.:',.���  ",; ���^-....���^^'������i^^,-, ���'si;..;/;-!, v M. 7&-^   *��������� * ^if^fcV^V' .T^** ���^^r.C.a-".!'-'^  Thli idv��((litrn��nt It not pub|lih��t| or diipUwd by tht Liquor Control Boird-  ;i   \, jpr t>/ th�� Gov��mm��r^t 01 Drlysh Columbl*.  Sfffw****'  ROYAL, Bank or-Canada, first of the char-  ���tered" banks to get "off-the-mark" in announcing its, residential mortgage inten-  t'ons* with the passing of the new Bank  Act; is now distributing a newsletter on  the subject.. *...,,, g  The newsletter, "Mortgage Matters" is. S  being published 'on a' quarterly basis and g  Is being distributed to lawyers, notaries, . g  residential builders, Real estate brokers, ��  -insurance agents and accountants.  "The reason for this specialized circula  tion is simply this," stated W. P. Carter, ���  controller of tho Royal's mortgage department. "These people  sources of mortgage  need of a mortgage may, swuw w i�����.��=���., , g  talk with oner of the people receiving this ^  newsletter. Naturally, It's important to S  thcin, and to us, that they fully understand g  the,Royal's position regarding mortgages,"    g  The first newsletter points out tho (act g  that their managers M . .'. will give each S  enquirer full details on both National R  Housing; Act anc( conventional mortgages." B  Mr; Carter concluded by staling, that any  individual can apply at the bank^s branches  in Canada for mortgages on new or exist-  Ing homes. ,  Uctng  >- ��  are one of the prime    ffl  business. Anyone in ' S  may, sooner or later,    S  "VI  ON THE BENNER BLOCK - SECHELT  Phone 885-2313  "���*  -Tooooooroooooont^^  'ii    1 1    1  7i^X*m77 X W6 are well slocked lo  :;;|l|��i|; .* cater to your boating needs.  ���>4aWMM��*.1j��IM*At��Sl|.il',   IJi-iilOMMsmU'iaH fcB   **),*��.U,  rA ,V*iri?^'l?n*TT'7^***i*"i*T,*|  ',"... < i i'H ' n i iiirinn biih.i.'i '  Jk ill*. 41*1  if.      I ���    I I.'   �� tTT. ".  I�� All W (I �� (  b ..... >jXi^\*mMj*L'<4,  ii. u.sviWfVr?  Af��Hlineofqu��ii*Vo��t.  boards  by  Chrysler  on  <-���,".   '>rA\qmv&wt*v ,. ��� ������    display.  "4^.''i,,^^w,l   ALSO A SELECTION OF BOATS IN  STOCK ���** -iiogothcrr^'wlth a comploto  . line of accessories ^hcl, marine, .  [/, equipment. ;  7rx a xtm<  -..��  Ua^***"!** *l.a)^''nwK *��MtfliW.f teU**...., .1  ii     -    /" 1, n-/'rf' i"!'(,li  1    ,   ��� ,/a , .ii*',/n[i>,'niy  *���''/'*    ,(l',.1J,'i.Vii   1  ( {,i*r,**7 1 t( t-iJ U*i* iflfk^At i*.  W,t>'*       X&|      7  *WvViriR'w; '  t��73 "l|7rJ��<i*l>��4    J4**jall . i,*��.,i 'y��  ,i^>  'SV.'��.,1ll,v.|'. il  We also have a  good selection ot  new and used  POWER SAWS  ���.JiWE^SCRVICE...  WHAT WE SELL  . 1       lit   (I  ��.!    i  DURING OUR  TWO DAY  OFEHlflQ  PHILIPS T.V.'s  Reg. Value $369.95  WE KNtOCK OFF  I     *7  ti  I,  1:^  liHifumM'tn'tiiii'iii,*  t i .  YOUR ONE STOP BOATlNG~SUPPl;Y CENTRE  M��i**u,.inai.ti  ."   w*��a    ih^ dfw w^. a aaa ta h-w ��Ji. a./a ^kT^p .   s,j���   *Tlft;.a.^  ,T,iwyai,(.iMliliH>lB'*iliwi��illiiiri[M'Wiii'n'';'.��'i iiri.��ii"'iU'iiiixg  I  iM\*  Cowrie Street, Secholt, B,C.      ,.     ;. ���!,,���"'     ;  PholtOa ��S5-9G26  L' " g.*^-w��)*u^to*^iwi|ii������i��^a^  Now Offering A Top Service  To The Secheit Area . . ���  OPENiNfr THIS WEEK MAY 19 ^ 20  BlUT^  FOR 2 DAYS  ONLY  MAY 19 and 20,  1967  Gall !ua Iwith confidence t �� ,  We stock only quality pro**  ducta and offer top ocrvico.  Also Available ��� ��� ��� ZENBTI  * > ) �� .--  c  We carry a fine range of electrical domestic;  , appliances-*  * TOASTERS    * IRONS    * KETTLES  * PERCOLATORS    * ETC.  i       ��� . ���        i    i   11   11  i  M.a.*u.,M.   a��a^a ^ . ��n..m.��a^ ..D W..��f*�� <���������*�� *��*..��, ,����.��^��ai��as{a^i*���.t.ia��i^Maw. i��.t^���.. ^.waaawt^a^W-aa* *aW.aW.|.iJt#l.l.l. i. i  ���0000000'000000B00000r0B000000000B0000B00B00B00000000Jf00000B��r**00**  M    (  i!.1!  !.'��.     ,   '  ''     ,<  JLLL^iA-'.  ' ��^fl*W-^^w)7W��M>HtMJH   -^-itaMw*-)   *lrt   f.  41 f-M^Jf-Ui^.Bf^JlijH *    TOjMrtw^   (pfH^,*,* Jh-^Rdv-t*   r  Mf****>  W -aklH*��fJ" "S H^J��"#^ui^-(rif-iw~-J*ii.^��(*-#'^^'w  Bdb'S Appliances-Sales & Service  IN THE BENNER BLOCK  iv *<-��M*" ��*flf����f J  ...  , > . U  Phono &&5-2312  /:  ,7 -' \ ' ."���' 1 Secheit, ULC  ')(        *    i *      7" �� .   ft       ^ ���   I *   t   *       ' 7 . i >    It    7 a* *  . ��l   ��     >(-  '���7>l M  ��Jll    ' 'l*,l  'J.f��t6tfiW*;M*&*.*t1#'/rMif.:Wxf*^  ^W^J^.^*/**/rf./^yVirf;W^^-^  f����B*l*t*-M^f t(#-1W''-i*(��**iw#-+nti7l     UBiW** *-w-*tKBt��i,*tjpif,1# *^WWrrfi^Mt*|ji*rii), 4* jfe-**ft*?,-i"|i t*  ���>ii-^H��i" Hit^ liMt��4^-JjW-Mt��i>K***!>>�� *  ������ "���in��in-j*iiiJm  '      j  : < ,f M    *      *        1        I It't     ] /  ���M   �����**��*****���� *'*���*��< *^   ** ** �� 1  " 1 " ' ,'/'i a ,n  , '       f Hv i-��.w|A'?iii (ii.1' / ��i>-W W **V-**  **fc  V"*  >fc'W-<*-*fe*~-^t<--**<  ' ���  v X  oL  6.'.  fa,  <���  4  foge B-2 v        the Peninsula Times ^  Wednestfoy, Moy 17/1967  *, ~r-. *J< * " * < *- -*   *T  Daws' Diary  ����������*������ ��� i-M..a...i.i*��*c^�� ���������i,*,i. .������������-wib��� -..-,1*. ���������^i.i,-���*^ - ���  . -rlfir Joek Davis. M.P.  , FLOODS are very, much in the .news these  days. Atid well they might be. B.C. has a  Tecord $now pack- and our warm weather  has been slow in coming. So, if it does  warm up quickly we could be in for a run  off of record proportions.  The alert of course has been sounded.  But no a&iount of sand bagging at the last  minute can contain a rampaging river.  River management is. a matter of long  term planning���of big investments in  dams, dykes and diversion tunnels. These  vast works must be "built well ahead of the  big melt itself.  No" last minute stoppage effort will do.  Par from it. Most of the works necessary  to contain a flood must have been, built  well in advance.  INITIATIVE  .   Those of us who live on the North Shore  are fortunate in this respect.  Thanks to  -the initiative taken by our late Reeve Mur-  do  Fraser, back in 1962*  we  have  now  brought Mosquito Creek under control. A  lot of work has also been done on the Capi-  lano. Lynn Creek and Hastings Creek are.  also showing the effects of long term planning.   So  a  repetition of  the   distastrous  ./floods of earlier years is no longer a possi-  ^   bility.  How did this all come about? Well, Mur-  do Frazer wrote to me back in 1962. He  asfced if there was anything Ottawa could  tf&6 in this connection. On looking into the  matter I found that we had a Canada  Watfr Conservation Assistance Act 'J6n76vac.X  , books. Passed in 1954, it said that the Federal Government, subject to certain conditions, was prepared to subsidize flood l  control works. This it would do to the extent of 3712 percent of their cost.  Qualifications looked almost insurmountable at first The total value of the works  had to be in excess of $1 million. The province, also, had to put up 37^ percent of  the cost, and, finally, the benefits attributed to these works would have to exceed  their cost by a considerable margin.'  We got over the first hurdle by lumping  the three North Shoie municipalities together. This,* eventually?-*' brought' the total  valu$ of our works on the North Shore up  to $3 million^ So wc were over the first'  ���'   hurdle. - -  MATCH OFFER ^  Secondly,  after many  months  of considerable correspondence with Victoria, the  -municipalities   managed  to   convince  the  ,   provincial   authorities ."that, they   should  , - match* Ottawa's offer, on a dollar for dollar basis. *(t'  - <  Finally,," there was a matter -of econom-  ies. By trimming costs here and there and  -   by projecting the* residential and the in-  ^   dustrial growth 7of our North Shore com--  munities well out into the future we ended  ;iip with a benefit-cost ratio of .more than  ,< >ene.  , '^, All, of. this; now,-is history. The works *  .'  -  themselves arejn^place; But;;we,"made,ap,  important   break-through.'' British"-"-"  4*0**  '.-*>*  V?  fY  "^te*  &  ��W mt "-ls  Lft*<  >m��,  in**"  n  s*r*j  ^  ���itt  ���',1.   ,X^A  y?    7   .'    ���  "^4  "JK?^  ***���.  ttj  )sfA  Off  ^i  r'*-  Tt  ^  ft *rw  pstf es iroii^ihhm  QltendatlCe vlittWWmmp xi x x  IN,'ACCORDANCE vwith  tecent^ .amehc^^ plied that he wuld'.Be glad^if Mr:<WUson! v -  .<  ments to the Public,Schools Act/ frus;- s wpuld faKe his^place;;he feels,ttt a^oi^at   <t-  tees of Secheit 'School' Districtr voted them:   thej me.etingWnd does' not "knQ>w'vyht.t'to ' A  selves a $300 -annual indemnity. Attendances say* .'      tJ **%<77<'""   \ ,j-<-,/>,>,.- -   jr  at meetings to be inf accordance'with the ^.V'"      X' "r     A Ax        X '   ���  -ct.    , X - t   *  . . ^ ; ���'* (/ J CONFUSED CONTRACTOR    t *   ^ '^ ^-, , ; ��  , Chairman Joe-Horvaih agreed to, apt as ��� v- ,Three bids were'submitted ^or Gib|onsV   \r,. I  ;*�����-*  a* I  V^*  -'*.&*$** " '    * -a.   "' V.   .       *       *���  *-  j^ 1  *ar*     ������^ - ������*-*^       **-  *-  ��.  #��    -  '���'JS  ifefiS*^  ^8  1    Ti  ?*  .1-4  r  S:  ****.=��"  -   rl-  -*.-*t'*-.1-W^?g<*M>7' ���  ^*  Lid  >  %  "^     4.**  J.        tf-, -4  ..  I..    . *i*d  /   t.   ^  l\WI%VIIIIIM  r^'*^Vl  V-i  i  the board's representative on the Regional  District" Technical Planning Committee.  I 5 .  tjOT IMPRESSED    . '    ,. ; '\  trustees Don Douglas and Billi MaU  colm reporting ora, a recent visit tot G9W  Rivi-r's ultra-modern, revolutionary -design, $750,000 elementary school, stated  they were not impressed with the design.'  Mr. Malcolm was quite definite in his  opinion that the building is* an "absolute  crime. However, *��� both trustees were J imv  pressedr by Campbell River's SeniejfC Sec-,  ondary School with its well equipped  Chemistry and Physics Laboratories.    "  At a recent board meeting, trustees .during an "in camera" sitting agreed, to ..depart  from   conventional  school  structure  Elementary    School- * site''% development:  $5,8Qb; $5,577 and $2,940. .Thef lowest>r bid  > submitted, by Mr.7 All' Ritchey had laefcn  accepted but Mr. Ritchey had" been accept-  ' ed"*but Mr.' Ritchey Had sihe^/withdrayfn  because he did, riot realize work' included ^  staking out the property.       1 "/*-,,  ' Trustees were divided about, accepting^'  '" ,tlie- second .highest' Bid or^calling, for rV  tender. Chairnian of HQ>e planning committee, -Don Douglas said specifications clear-,.  lysjlated that stake out/was involved and  feltrthat Mr/ Ka*ateew*s bfd of $5,577 was  not. out of^ line for-ftve^-acres. AU contractor's bad equal -opportunity to bid according  to specifications.,   r     ' ,  ' /Mr/ Malcolm) thoiight it not fair1 to re-  -   .    .7 . .   ..    ,. -x   ... (  tender' and it. was eventually decided to  and adopt a new concept of teaching facih-      ^ t ^ second Ugh^ m^t in fu-,  ties. No other details were .recorded in the ��twe tenderSj ^ contractor; would not be  Risked .to sta*ke out**bo^mdariestof the area  PRESIDEN&df Elplpristone's  Stu- ;are:, ^^'^^^e^s^^-T^i^-  dent Council, Terry ^orshner, dpes^- Jonnstoh/-' .Dfcbria' ^Docfcir,    Tej^rysL'  some quick mental arithmetic as stii- 'Fdrsbner,' CUiit-jabo^; Karen;Kara*-\ REtUR^NirfervrecentiyAfrbm^ 2^00-mile  dents wind up the annual Mardi Gras   te6wV.;Braee':kMa��fiall/ Wendy -Ipgli&v  [ niotof trip: -vf&sf?MrT- 'arid \Mt$. 37 P.    ������. ���v  for another year. Workers: pictured aandJFted Jnps.,r   A "^^A >  jX 7 Gap-k-and\}fr> 'and^MrsVStewart'Goeghe-   minutes.  .-,'   . .       -    -  . "   'v---'*- ^���-.^-^^    gan^*Tltey^attena^d:thfe-\veaa1ngJat'Maift)r, , .  p. ��      I   ���:./ / *       .| -     I ,.      ty     ',7 , '^��-v"".V/SaskatcheWanroi;Mr.   David tGoeghegan    PERPLEXED TRUSTEE ''   4 ^ ^e ���eleateiA,^     . -��   -    ���  hlnhif^^    riTrPr    thniinht    h'ntyn&FlirtG   '?&'���^Mi^:He^er/^ne  Sax'who  were        Reporting* oii' his recent attendance -as'  ADULT EDUcivnON '   '"*'" '  CLfJfUeb    U/lCf     UlUUyiU ^i^pfXUUI^ y^^^^ c^eU >w&ative^f ***** *��* at;a    ADSI?UapVroved  a- recommendation  is/now ifiWr.* aboiit-8iod,W S>tiir- ; *%? W^e^^vi^ E^���    ttZS^JH^JS^ Mrs. Celia Fisher,  adult education  day -mornlngV ambitious . kids/.^rrxyed ^t * of ti-isv week, ��ir.-nis. new; 42-foot  the school help put up tiie stalls -for-,the    fish^ i^ltecatV Strait.  ^,s*��^^tiM'"By"^5"S?v^t'Wr    Mr%'and~krs-CliffrMahlmann's week-    expected.  As the pool wiU be on .school ',deteVmmeY~by ^7a7ticVlarr^^  the stalls ^Yere assenibled and re.ady.for >Qd ^^ ^ Mr.>ndtMrs.'F(red Kings    Property, it will be,the, school board's-re-<4ii6n>aDoUcTnt. -     ^ '     '  0.    ��*   __ !;_, ^T       ^t_t^ii _,*l- <_i.     ^.T-ii.''   i��V_-��.       ��._^A  HI   THERE!   Things   have   been   rather  quiet the last couple of weeks, people  have been ' coming  and  going  without us  even knowing!!  Two weeks ago Jo-Anne Wheeler, a  grade 11 student, went to the Campbell  River High School. She was sponsored by  the PTA, and-said ,she had a great time,  although she found it,rather hard to get  used to the1" idea of being able to skip  classes -{without running and hiding from  anyone that loks like a teacher) and the  other freedoms' tliat the students have  (smoking in a certain place, bringing-records to school, etc.) Jo-Anne was tiie  guest of the vice-principal, who showed  her many of the sights of Campbell River  and made her visit very interesting. And  no-one "even noticed she was gone until  she (came back.  During the 'past two weeks, there have  been three student teachers at school. Two  English teachers and a Biology teacher.,I  wonder if they were relieved on Friday  when -their two weeks of teaching were  over? I know the students enjoyed them  as they added variety to the courses, which  made" it interesting.   .  Well now; Mardi Gras was Friday, and  ,-��. *��. '-- ~w*-u ',-j--*'*t��x'*- -Mrs.*"J. L. Myers ?was guest of her,  and others. The-mamsatoaehon<.w;asth6 /nie^e ^and .friends^in'"yancouver for two  House."ot-Horrors.'-This was'~sponsored/by -.���vi.���- tt�����' wT~:.._;.'���t......\.ax -mum���   iw-re  the Grade."l2's"rwho "inade H/all oh^their  own.it-was' downTn'one>of"the>t>ac& foouu  , of the^asement; which meant it was pitch  black/ In order to get completely through,  it, you~had to walk over, around and  through. I never did make it. .  The booths did fairly well, as the weather waSjJnice which helped to bring some  people out. Also Tringo was played for an  hour during the ^afternoon.  The stalls closed down about 4:00 and  everything was ��� closed . until 8:00, when  there was _ an- open dance at the school  which ended about 11:00. All in all, it was  a big day, and I'm sure there are many  tired but happy people now that the ordeal''  is' all over. Next big thing on the schol  calendar is Grad, only 3 weeks away.  Aids Centennial project . . .  Pender Hospital Auxiliary  donates substantial cheque  '. Wans toe' m*.^^aWZT^-.'-**G^'T��!* M��f���?��4" iW  \\ J,  U I ,   'l  Harbour tost three - months, of operation,   a   most  was gratifying achievement. .The smocks have  tion Assistance Act. And many, of our riv-   jy " **> " *" ~~ "' "^ ^^ ^lop** ^^^ *�� "*** *** *****  fer contr^Ck5 ? ^e?orth<Sho^ ^re ^        m?, O. Sladey gave the financial re- ' '��� In '*��' absence of Mrs. HarUng, Mrs.  .    Several inner aDDlications havo rt^^v    P0rt ��n"the Centennial Tea, which .resulted . Warden reported for. hospital  volunteers.  hee7!S^jSSZS^S^S.    in.aclie^ue ioc $211.31 being mailed to tte A basket for use of volunteer, shoppers will  member the Alberni tidal wavp in kwu     centennial committee,   as  the   auxibarys  nieinoer merAiDenu Udal wave in 1964.    donation to ^ pBTider Harbour Centennial  J.  /��� ii 1 1 i  ti j  ; 5 >  1 i�� 7  ';  'Eventually remedial works will be,put in  to prevent, this happening again. But no  ' - construction is under way as yet. 7   ,   ��� >  ,v      Then, there , is the Squamish River. A  '"���joint Federal-Provincial;, team; of engineers  is now preparing a proposal for straighten-  .  ing out [and dyking the Squamish;,I have  ,'   high hopes that this $2.5 million program  will1 be approved shortly and that jcoristruc-  \,,tion will be underway before the year is  ,OUt.(     ;_! .      -..      .        , .   - '     ���  ; LITTU DONE       {-j \ ",���.',. )'''  ,   ,  Our "happenings in Ooast-Capilano  are  .,���' in marked contrast to the lamentable situation oh the Fraser. There, a $1 million  /flood,could occur at almost any time, Little  ' has been; done however: - This, despite the  ' ,,fact that a joint Federal-Provincial team  of economists and engineers ��� has, mdde de-  f' tailed  'studies and  various  recommerida-  ,  /tions as.to, how to deal with the situation.  Their last report" was in lfl(3. But no  - ji', con$tructi6n has got underway because Uie  / municipalities In "the lower mainland area  . had,to put up 25 percent of the cost of these  works/The;bill was too large for them.  "J"1 .And, because they could not raise their  i  sharpy,of the money, little lias been done  ,/ either'by 1 Ottawa or Vibtorla1 in this con,  \ nection, ,1 '  1:'t .  Fortunately this financial roadblock may  ' son   disappear.   Prime   Minister   PearBon  ,, has 'stated that, the Federal Government  *  will noon be introducing n new panada Wa-'  7 ter, Act. My'understanding is that tho 37V*  ...)v,,a^a>,u���)..���v.tp<;rccnt^celllngu.on..FedcraL contributions.,  '������ ' i wHl be" removed*  .!,,., Ottawa,'in,oilfer words, will be free to  ,, put more money into tiie construction of  ', our river control works.  ;,,,    If Victoria mntche's the Federal offer,  ,,.' then wo will be on our way. No longer will  ytho pmaller munlclpnlltlos be faced with '  '1* an imiwsslbjo task. And many tens of millions ot dollar B.wlll. be available for bring-  /,}ng our major Hvcr pyfltcrns under control  in B.C.   ,  .I*- ���������" ��� ������������ ���---��*- 1 -i  )��1  '���'t 7  r  ),  1  Project. 'Many thanks to all who assisted ���  in making the tea such an outstanding success,        ' ',  "*        ���  Winners of the-raffle at. the Centennial  Tea were: 1st, Mrs. D. Harling winning'a  patio lounge; 2nd, Mrs. G. Gooldrup, a  patio chair;'Mrs. R. Crichton.won the door  prize, a hair shampoo and set donated by  Park Hairdressing of Madeira Park; Mrs.  Crichton also won the cleaverly decorated  cake donated by Mrs. T. Duncan.   ���  1 A letter from Mr. N. Buckley, hospital  administrator yvas read, thanking this auxiliary for tlujee I.V. stands which were donated to the hospital.- '   "   '*  Mrs. Philp, reporting from co-ordinating  council, told'of the Friendship Tea to be  held, by Port Mellon Auxiliary on June 6.,  also a tea at Welcome Beach by Halfmoon  Bay Auxiliary ,on June 17. Mr. Buckley  spoke of peed of a specialized machine  for the hospital; it was suggested that each  auxiliaiy^sharc part of the cost and this  auxiliary agreed to do so. ���  Mrs. Sladeir reported that' receipts of the  Thrift Shop faye .exceeded $1,000 in the  be donated by this auxiliary.  Mrs. T. Scales volunteered to be tea  convener 'at monthly" meetings for''the remainder of "the year.  Mrs. Philp gave an interesting and in-  foimatiye.report of the..yisit to Richmond  General Hospital and the Lower Mainland  Regional Conference. More members attended from the Sunshine, Coast than any  other district. A feather in our caps.  Members voted to enter a float in Pender Harbour May Day Parade on May 20.  Mrs, T, Scales offered to head the committee to decorate it.  Next meeting will be' held June 14 in  Madeira Park Medical Clinic at 2 p.m.  1PR0MISE  NOT TO PLAY  WITH MATCHES  wefcksV Upon hexriretprn to "Gibsons, Mrs.  Myers was accdmpamVd-byfier chum"1 Mrs.  Thelma Poxon frem'1 Kelowna who enjoyed  a ^isit at the Myers home. f '    r  Ninety-three-year-old *" former Gibsons  resident Mrs, Annie Dobell, now of Vancouver, has, been visiting at the home of  Mr." and Mrs! Golin Dobell.,  Guest'of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Benson  was the latter's father, Mr. Len Tetarenko  from Edmonton      ��� \  *  Mr. "Frank Taylor fishing up around  Butedale.      \~        ��� t  Mr. and Mrs.-William Hutchins have returned from &) three-week visit in Calgary  w-th. their daughter and her family. They  travelled ^ by train encountering considerable snow while in Alberta.  Edward Wiren, Sigmund Johanson, and  Arnold Wiren; the latter a fourth-year honor student from , UBC, holidaying at the  Wiren fishing camp on <their Island in Jervis Inlet. *    r" ~    '-  When Mrs. S. Basey entertained on the  occasion of the birthday of her daughter  Yvette on Monday, May 8, there were 10  children and seven adults present to enjoy  the delightful party.  Glad to see Mrs. N. Morris out again,  feeling better after being a patient at St.  Mafv's and also Vancouver General Hospital- -   x    .     y    .   '  When the' evening unit of Anglican  Church Women met in the Parish Hall recently, Mrs. J. T\ jGarlick was in the chair  with Mrs. Len Swanson.the treasurer-secretary Sewing and knitting is being done at  home. Following tbe business meeting, a  talk! was given by Rev. Zf H. Kelly.  , A pretty young deer was seen recently  among the cattle in the yard at the Len  Wray place." " '  , The Catholic Women's' League May  meeting'was held on'Thursday evening at  the home of Mrs, Theresa Mulligan when  plans were made for the forthcoming rummage ahd bake sale to be held in the Legion Hall in Gibsons June 2. Those wishing  to] donate to this could contact Mrs. E,arl  Dawe or Mrs. P. Finlayson.       ��  (Conducting the service at Squamish  Pentecostal Church on a recent Friday  evening was Pastor Dqnn Parke with members/of the choir and a number sof the  Young People's group from Gibsons.  Recent visitor at the home of Mr. and  Mrs. Dave Herrin was the Matter's mother,  Mre. H. Larsen from -Vanc'cfuver.  sponsiblity.  Mr. Peter- Wilson stated that tiie" pool  committee knows this cannot be, the  board's' position had been summarized in  letters to the committee and that if Mr.  Malcolm wished he would attend the next  pot>l committee meeting. 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VW V ���. .a'.a'W ��a��la����  ^***S"sw*\r     ^-v .a-.  r^-*-s*-*r\r J       r  i  1  $  Si  p  I  Secheit Commercials  hold bowling banquet  'EGHEttT   Cw��nuicial   Bowling   Lei��ue  htld i \ei\ succtb ful boiling binquet  i* the Joll\ Ro^r Inn on Siturria> May 6  Trophies d\\aided b\ pre ident Mi Sam  McKenzie wen is follo\ *> Total pJint  champs Btnntr Bn.s with Audrey Ben  ncrAnella Bmner bonnj Benner How  ard Carter Trank Nevcn-j Lawrence Cru  cil   nd Eleiror Carter  Ph\off chimps Standard Motors \ ith  Orv and Eve Moscrip Lola and Don Cald  \ ell  Buteh Ono and I crn Tajlor  Team Hi Three Shop Easv with Gordv  and Gem GoeUzcn Cirolt and Reg lhj  mas \ona and Dick Clj\tonand Jack Got  son  Team high single Cunmnthams Ambu  lance with DLlla and Keith Dte\s Aib r  Thompson Bei Robinson Tileen E\an*.  Matt Jae��?<*r ond Dave Trow^e  Mens hifh averipe Dick Clivton 2V>  Lades hitoh average, Lolo Ctldi ol Wi  Mens Hi Three. Lawrence Crucil, 869,  men's high single, Daye'.'Trowse, 366;  ladies!, high three, Enav< Armstrong, 719;  ladies'high single, Mabel WcBenhidr 323  Wedncsdoy, Mqy 17,1967  The Peninsula Times  Pcge 8-3  Faced death penalty . . .  Performed serious misdeed  cuffing salmon's backbone  !  t  Famous auctioneer  WELL-&NPJ&N v on ��� -the, JSiinshine  ' fC<^sV/$fad��� prbb^bljr' eltjewlierej  _     auctione^c.'^oe,BennerV man, of inariy  y Spw^lawa^'thteW^o^iidiiig' parts^ad^tiusy time last'Saturday Audience  fcowbng during'the playoffs"; Orv Moscrip,' * as he, disponed of a^large number of rfor.sale;  high single,- 321; and l^ern ^Taylor, high   iten��;-�� collected during .the past year , been  single, 257. Most improved bowler is Delia    ~���^~~���~ ~^~~���~   Deevy. Also special "300'^ pins, were award-4  ed to all bowlers who boiled .oyer 300 during tbe past' season. ,  *mi^t*��vmip  ONF DA\ in 1862 a \ount? lauUnant of  the Rojal rnrmetr*; wa frviri"* a <>al  mon stfak o\er a campfirL on the shore*,  of North Bentmck \rm near Bella Cool a  His name v is Hcnn Spencer Palmer  Pf and one of his maimers \ tre surve>in,��  a piopi-rcd nuv route to the gold fields  ot the cariboo rhe> wire tired and prob-  abl> in no mood for foolishness \nd that ->  v h t it must h ive secmnd \ hen an Indian  jci'th appeand and dumped the fish into  the fire  Palmer cae��ht the joulh and cufft-d  him later he found himself -surround*.d bj  armed Indian  TI ey said he had performed a serious  misdeed bv cutting the salmons backbone  Palmer  their  de-  had  made the, salmonl god  aiigryt Ms queen- \  tasks  ind surv��>s here b tween 1859 and  lS&i \ hen he refurned to Fngland He died  i'i Tokjo on March 19  ib93 at the age of  54  Mary's Hospital:. i5tr>*ItobtvScQtt^has?Ileft -,..-,          ,   ^         . *.     _���.,.,.  ,HalrmoppBay,^t0.ds^t^r^eirfc,13ter(gu*st -TWs is one of many, stories still told  .    *'..*;<  of, \&'Wiiiftiymtow& !vfa^S*A"Mp~ 'abort- Palmer ^long^after-iierTetired-from  - ^A,,' ���'*- :K-. iTito.,m dd*tfa$',wljefc>,tl�� Swwter.-im- ^-arn\y a? a Major-General^ 1887. An-  t,-fc.;4i t:-��m^i    P?oves-  Mr-   vo��* M3ra.,\M��yriaTd,?P)ibois ��Jb�� tells, how wh��n he^arned on New  ���by Mary Tinkley^ -. ha^osold-'; their rtrailer -"anft '/tnovefr vtol Westminster ml863>*-3ishQp Hills/offered  ..         ,-   .       -t> '���>       '    ' t m\. - -     i'          '���    \-.':i. wiJ ' *��sLk*  Madeira Park" ���>'*������-�� .   * - ' -, r w ;." -" - him as.a1 gift either ^ybuilding site or a  Ness; who is- weU aware   of.their .uncle were Mrs Doug,Foley;^sx ���y������ ^ y ^ yy �� ;y.- ty      - ��� baimim;He3^'4he-^rK^d"Misid  of  "siimriSe'',thkt, is/sd   Peeev Dovle.' Mr.   and  Mrs.  Owen  fid-     -  - '^J ^- -; ��� ����� ,*   'Jgf^d i\xe aan'ce" "of owning  a \choice acreage  ^lirCfiS'? vtthit;h laJ^-^rnjed the ^ieaTt;of- Vancouver.  taken by surprise. She  would certainly pe suspicious ^and thereby  received of ike serious illness ina JSaclte-:  mento of Mr^.A! E:  H i1  ..       * a*.a  \��   i. .     ,' la  l.-B'm^fM...?:  Palmer w^s born in .Bangalore, Madras,  India' April"30/1838. He was\1he son of a^  forewarned. But she hadfuot' counted-on. Jbsi'YoVv^Kcs^mi!^^^ co^^vMi^^^h^^t^'  ' munds ak a former resident^-of'Halfmooft   C-^�����^��;^.iL^���^^--.l-^.^ ^���    in the.Siiiai^emnsula,-in New,rZealand; m  Those participating in the shower were  Beverley's niother,, Mrs. Pat. Hess, her-  fgra'ndmother, Mrs. Sarah Wall, Mrs. D.  Bond, i Brenda and Beverly Bond, Mrs. E.  Brown, * Lynne Bro\vn, MrsV Q. Burrows,  Mrs. B. Charleton, Mrs, S. Derby, Mrs. J.  Doyle, Mrs. L. Edmunds, Mrs. M. Foley,  Carson Graves, Mrs. G, Guenther, Mrs. E.  Helmer, Mrs, Jay L. .Helmer, Mrs. G.  Jorgensen, Mrs. M. Kingston,-Mrs. J.  Kusbner, Mr|. T. McLean, Mrs. Y,' Man-  ton, Mrs. H. Moffat, Mrs. Fern Nelson,  Esther Phillips, .Mrs. G.v Rutherford, Mrs.  J. Sladey,*-Pat Sladey, Mrs. C.Surtees,  Mrs. M. Tinkley," Mrs. "L. /^ensyold and  Carrol .Wise.,    ���-.��,...,  The  marriage   between "Beverley   and'  Larry Silvey of  Powell River will, take  place at St. Hilda's Church, Secheit, on  Juns 3. /   -  HERE AND THERE  Mr. E. Edmunds" was-called i>ack from  Lund where he had been fishing for* the  past weeks  to attend the funeral of his  g '   S    brother, Jack Edmunds of Port Cdqiiitlam.  ^IZZ7mb��bbbbb1^mbbb0^Z^b0bbmbb^^bb0m1   A1sc in Vancouver to attend, the funeral  the resourcefulnessi ^ingenuity^;of her    munds and^a. fofmef residfeht^^f Halfmooa   ^MEMBEas,ot-|he:Voni^"insti^^ HomTS'andlTD^'a^weu'as m British  good friend,-Mrs. Yvonne Canton, soW   Bay.    <     /    ,   '   *',     \,       -   '?r\*;>faj^i^^tftf&&tfte* CoUimto U%m�� hevl vS'ffve^the?^  ���S^^^n^ffi^SS her        > -       "*~*  *  X 7 ��� *        'l S^^W^m:^^^^9^7^' .SS*Sd^ISoTen S 7eL 15S Col.  ^SuorA 2LSS? S? J?-i��^iJS        Jfataber-ol Welcome Be^Communlty,; This .yeari'tbe/popular- mbrning-rKbffee r. q/Moody, chief.comWioner^ ands^ \\  StMS^^S^iiS Us XecwSs    ^0��^�� are busy rummaging -through* ^^ymB'^^^^^j^y^ . and ,works ��the Cxown^lony U  not ��e taken by surprise was .speecniess      tt}        d  t     cypjjoards foratreasures.loa ^ture^prov^a^v sueleesk-' 1 ''y1'c -,'     >'<��� ��* H; -   "   enr,afrpH ^ m'     .  with  astonishment  ^en> Bbe/foundv the    ^ ^ ^ 0irTime banquet- W be held"     ' rntornl��% ahdiriendUness-wal the key He Was engaged in-many -*  house filled vyith her friends, with a Varied    ,+ +ho WftlllAmii ^,nVl Wall nn s^Hmiaxr.    note of .the .morning. Coffee 'anoV> do-nuts  were  strictly 'on   a   jdo-it-yburself 'basis,  each one serving; herself from the large  coffee unr loaned from the   Super-Valu  assortment'of jgifts for the kitchen of her  new home.  wear at ther OlcTTime banque^'to" be held"  at the Welcome Beach Hall on Saturday,  May -20 at 6 p.m. Admission"_is by ticket  only and ^at the" time of going to press there  are still a few tickets available. Anybody  engineering  Henry Spencer Palmer  interested should telephone Mrs. E. Hol-^ store.  gate at 885-2175 immediately. An interest- r xhe aiTay of plants���short plants, tall  ing old-time program has been arranged piant? and flowering shrub's was a^delight  and prizes for the shuffleboard tournament to the gardener's  eye.  Eager gardeners  ���,m vQ *,������*��* A���^a tv,^ -��;����      * j-jg^g fouj. deep at the counter.- Nothing  short of breath-taking/ were the rich colors of masses of auriculas. Servers'at the  home baking table were also kept,busy.  will be awarded during the evening.  *  *   *  For- illustrated Brochure  Ririn attached Torm and .moil  ;   together with 50c    >  Guest' at the *Rpy Greggs' home last  week was Major Greggs' daughter, Miss  Pamela Greggs of Blyth, Northumberland,  England.  , Mrs. Janet Allen has returned from a  holiday on Vancouver island. As the guest  of  Miss- Helen Fagan and her brother,  The   old   fashioned   crazy   patchwork  quilt, which is one of the institute's 'centennial projects was on display and. much admired.    - *        x   y  * Mrs. M. <x. Kemp &nd Mrs. A. M. Dav-.  ��*,--  s v  s   -  -������-   5 Sunshine Coast Cedor Homes  J Box 6.26 - Gibsons, B.C.  S  3 Enclosed   50c  ���  Please   mail   illustrated j  fc catalogue of  Sunshine N Cedar  Homes  Co. $  James Stewart 'of Qualicilm,, she ,visited    idson held the,winning tickets on the plants  Lodg Beach antTstayed'at the" Pafclfic Para-    offered. ��� ^        '_.    ��  dise Resort near Tofhuv Mrs. Allen re- t .    '������ ' : .    i  ports that the road from Alberni to Tofiho TtfE TIMES IS, A    "."  is'being widened and improved but that the ���   _      UNION-LABEL NEWSPAPER ^  ,  'rf^JX^^^7-V7^  r  Cohtiniiihg its policy of hiring  High School Students.  This year Mrs, Whittaker Vfill be assisted by Marilyn  Gardener, Cathy McKay and Elaine Klein,  Service will be extended to include  breakfast from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m.  Other Hours by Arrangement  it  At the dinper hour, boat transportation may be arranged  for guests in the Harbour who wish transportation to the  Dining Room.  Roberts Creek group:  Local walkers  YOUNG felloes in .this group from  *�����      Ti  ^ i   t l 11      a Roberts Creek shortly after com-  m rott Langley walk m*& & i^ile walk ^m Fort  <_ *_ ^   . .    . l      .���   ���     langley to Aldergroye are, from left,  Barry 31atchford, Dennis Blatchford,  ROBEBT Creek is above average. AU residents of Roberts Creek havo known  this for years, however, it has not generally been accpted by those living outside  of the Roberts Creek area. There now exists official documented proof to support  this claim. It was officially proved on  Sunday, May 7, 1967, when residents from  Roberts Creek travelled to Fort Langley,  all entered tho i6%*inilo walk frqm Fort  Langloy to Aldcrgrovo, and all completed  the walk. A perfect record for Roberts  Creek.' Of the approximately'4500 persohs  entering the walk, nearly 3500 completed  ���a very good record, nearly 80 per ceht.  Tho weary participants from Roberts  Creek were: ,Paul Blnnd, time 6 hrs.; Robert and Bud Blatchford, timo 5 hrs., 45  minutes; Barry Blatchford, tlmo 4 hrs., 45  Paul Bland and star, performer, six-  year-old -Robbie Blatchford.   minutes;   and Dennis Blatchford, timo 3  hrs., 45 minuted. '  Robert Blatcliford proved to be tho star  performer of the Roberts Creek entry, as  the yourigest���age 6 years, and completing  the trek in fine spirits.  NOWI Bring Bonjomln Mooro color Into  your llfG'-und SAVEI A Cortfonnlnl  spoolal offer con bring to your homo o  glowing goloxy of decorator colors provided by this outstanding trio of colorful  Bonjamln Mooro points!  >*-���_.  DIAMOND <$> BUILDING SUPPLIES  DAVIS BAY * Phone 8&S-97 04   -  *   ,  (B.C*8 Popular Entertainer)  We Advise That You Pteaso Make  Early Reservatione  Phone 883-2377  COVER CHARGE $2.50 par person  Featuring FRIDAY NIGHT, MAY 26th  and his Ne^ Sound  i  %.7  4  *  mx  in  ��**!�����-*i��||.   tl*W  <il  *f  l-li  i 'ii'1'  Mr T  'fii  li^ntp p* (a w����a) &  ^*aw��^aa^��ai^v*rt��M��a^*^fc^aw4^^����*aia(^a^Ma*Ma��(^^  ��    I  !f     I.    I  I   I  I *<V M  J,   '  ������al'tl   i )  fxaTi*Tt'HT,'r  'If'-'  ' j�� Hit  ���'���fi* ^t* ^WJ^S  *   ���   Wa. vw �����< ��  > ^a �����   VatT-Ot**1 N *;���"*- -  V ia^.^  , ���. -4-v^a*.   w ia -- * ���W'i"**-*'  ' * *> 1       %  V. >*     ^   '.v1  -. ^S,   - *f>-^.~^"N   Sa^   *la\*  _   1.,     -v   ,      ���>    n <~^     fv- -.*-���>">--��� - ���>-!������<.  "J*- ���*���"   "J   ~ *J-V*v      " >��� "��� *���  *,     ** *"���>- *- rl"u  "> "*"    s  Jk. *J *%*��*'*''*��� vjr ���4J**. "ias^jf Jm^"i  ->- *'     **      ^ "'    *  >     "     "      ... ,k>* *   ,y  ��,. *Wr   ��w     W    it"    ^^  *�����  'l*  i iy, U  11  7i  !    Il  V 1  ���'H  ' "r    ���  (i i,' i * ���  ..l<    !  5a  Community project ;:   Pa^e B-41 The Peninsula Times  ELPHINSTONE   students,    working   moving by truck Jhese young people   '     ' Wednesday, Moy 17, 1967  S passage to Expo 67 under   find  that  many hands  make lights��� ,."y-     .,       a y   "the shadow of Mount Elphinstone are    work and m future they wiJJJiave the previously mentioned, one replied:  nreoaring   five   acres   of   Brothers   pleasure of knowing,:that. they, played :....,:^y��Sr:ill....th&^^ases.vi*wwld be i  V: %wid -���':Pa^:':i6r-';-S!eeo^g;,'"':RBkln:g" their "part in prepanng  the - much-   - -.^ th m^k ir would-be- rieht Howeve  loose stones into piles ready for re^   needed playing fields in Gibsons.  ii, "   **,  ���?   f      ���     !        ���>-     .{.  Iff j  \l  Pender High-Lights.  ���-by Donno Vaughan  inclined to' think it would?he"right However,  I didn't agree with David's reasons, it.  seems that be was just.afraid to face the  situation. Lots of people 'nave lived fruit-  fid lives in a wheelchair.  . Grad of the week, Marilyn Gardiner,  will be leaving to go to Notre Dame College at Nelson, and then to UBC, where  she will take courses -in Home Economics.  SINCE I received favorable comments on.   date any of these characteristics with their    After  completing these  courses   MarUyn  MiNiat i receiywi w     ��� J   ,.    .   ... ���    ,    ���     ���  ra_, .     .       - noDes to be able to obtain a position with  my column of April 5, dealing with word    own race?  origins,   I   thought   I   would  write   abolit Some   time  ago in   English  literature,  some ' more. For example, the word . 0ur class read the poem "David" by Cana-  "sleazy"referribg to cheap looking cloth dian poet Earl Birney. The theme con-  comes ^from Silesia, a district in Eastern cerned the Tightness or the wrongness of  Germany where this cloth was manufac- the mercy killing of David, a young moun-  turcd. tain climber, who had lost his footing and  The  word  "assassin"  is  derived from    tumbled around 90 feet straight down to the  the fact that murderers in Persia, Egypt,    rocks, breaking bis back in the fall. David  and other eastern lands smoked hashish or    insists that bis friend push him over the  marijuanarirwar^^eir courage prior    cliffs since there was  a  sum  chance;o  to committing acts of violence. Consequent-    rescue before he froze to death in the mgnt  lv   they were called hashishins which be- ) air.  Even in tie event of rescue,  wnicn  came  westernized to   assassins.   To   give    would be Uving hell, what would he have  someone the "cold sholder" dates from the���to live for he asks:   a wheel chair?  His  medieval French custom of -serving a hot    friend finally pushes David over and teUs  shoulder of beef to welcome 'lodgers and    the people back at the camp that he had  cold shoulders to the*notso welcome ones,    fallen that far himself, but he is not cer-  /The Caesarian operation is riameji after    tain that he has, done the right thing.  ' Julius Caesar, the first person to be born        This led mc to thinking of a similar  'tins way   From Caesar also,-are derived    discussion we had once in the senior, girls_..  the words Kaisar'and Tsar, titles of the    Guidance class, concerning the killing of  former German and Russian rulers. severely retarded children who could never  A subject that never ceases to fascinate live normal lives; a subject which pro-  me 'Is/how nations and i-aces attribute ob- duced. numerous dissenting opinions on the  iectionable characteristics or habits to part of the class. Many thought it a crime  foreigners. For instance, to leave the to take human life, no matter what the  armed forces without permission, is known' circumstances. Since these retarded people  as taking "French leave," the Ssame is have as much right to live as we have, it ;  known1 in - France as taking "English was pointed out that perhaps-these people  leave."    " weie leading very enjoyable lives in their  '. To gyp: someone comes from the gyp- own way, just lying there watching the  sies, once", thought to come from Egypt, lights going on and off in the hospital, or  When someone speaks unintelhgibly, we the sunshine outside. Others were equally  ''��� "It is Greek to me;" the Russians -adamant that it wasn't fair to these peo-  say, "itis'Chinese to'me;",the Frencti^say,^ pie,to let them livev when they were httle  "it is Hebrew"to\me;'v"the Germans"say, - niore'than vegetables,  "it is Spanish to me;" and a Pole says, < The poem and the discussion led me to  "I'm listening, to a Turkish sermon." wondering what my schoolmates would do  ��� Tc  an  Austrian   and1 a   Hungarian, ��� a    if faced with such a dilemma. The students  cockroach is -a Swabian;1 in Poland it is a    whose opinions I received appeared to be  Priissianjand  in  Germany a Frenchman,    pretty evenly .divided for and against:  In Czechoslovakia excessive drinking is to        ���I think they should let them live as  drink like a Dutchman, but in,Holland it    long as possible. ,.;.,,  is to drink like a Pole.     ,     '    '    ��**^ -K he's going to die they should kill  A Frenchman refers ��� tov. a louse as a    him. There's no reason to let him suffer.  Spaniard, and to a Greek, the worst in- ���Don't kiU them,  they  may  have, a  suit one can give him, is to call him. a , chance to live..' "    ���  Bulgarian. In Spanish, to work for the ��� -It's a1 hard decision to make: If, they  English means to work - for practically were in extreme pain and they realize  nothing,1 and in Yiddish,' to repay in,Turk- there is no hope, then under those circum-  ish is to do someone a dirty trick. stances I think it would be alright.      ���  Isn't it funny how people never asso-        Asked about retarded children, lilce the  hopes to be able to obtain a position with  one of the large corporations.  T  L��-mim��HinffmnmfflE^^  NEW ARRIVALS AT  mwi��  till  ETY SHOP  Sechelt�� B.C.  Phone 885-9343  BEACH TOYS - BOATS - PAILS - SHOVELS - ETC.  Boys' and Girls' Slims and Slacks  Also Squall Jackets  SUMMER HATS FOR LADIES -MEN ~ BOYS * GIRLS  SUN GLAS'SES (you will need them soon)  -j tii -   n. '�� A*,   t-   :;';1:!:WeU^riller;;:!:;':r:''vv'  SUCCESSFUL, drilling was carried,  out recently at Ole's!Cove by this  rig, only one of its kind in B.C. owned  by the Tri-K Company. Ample water  was located at 305 feet and resort  operator Guy Winning says he will  now be able to proceed with plans  for extensipn of "his popular resort.  Total cost of the equipment, complete with truck is $97,000, Drill rods  ,cost $350 and are 25 feet in length.  |     Gunboat Bay     |  fishing Resort     |  ��� hi.I..-: i'. ..i.,!..|.v.'ivv'" '!���' ���������**>.���.������     ��� vilan.���>.,.:> "''"i."i N  Has Cabins and Boats  at Pender Harbour   ,  Phone 883-2284  ���t'v*i    "wsivm.      ' ' Ll''���'      ' '  ''   '  ...4  >    .)  : ' "1 '    '  M ������     �� .  f   j*.-'   ���*  jl   < d      a.     ����>r ���  c  -  i��  E.  \ .  \   _   <- \,.  1   n       �� !t-lsi-.  ax:'X!<'  ."'r-'v***, ^  a*i-*f  "1|  J>  I 4)��V  v  looking for new shopping horizons  where  merchants turn every effort  their best foot  always to put  iorward so you tan shop with  from great selections... where  i* ��t#*^H*^*w**Mfii^-��s^*^ ^.i��ti4*i"*taWW^'l**W��sw*  1 '    ' '  prices are 'way down  fBi.Mh��v^i��^Ii(��� *(WMtt W.SB J(��.*l~W����lli��tU" WE��i (HisiCl  ��  Shop at Hom6 . , ��� It's in yoMr own Interest^  Hometown merchants offer wide selections of  quality products at valne-wlse prices, with  greater shopping convenience. And your dol��*  lars stay ^thoj^Bp working for you and your  community!     i ���������..������ ���;*������;������;:-..  It ltH*l^-WM''���f=*^W���>^l*^W'��*fl'.*W^^,*'  B^^J|^-��i!p^^^JV^��M1>lt*k**i*^*k^i����k'��w*H���t wtsittittmttwfy  *-,"���***ty*W!��'!*����'#-tti-*e**1f>>' *t'  ���W   �����(.*.    ���.nKaiUHUffM'Wtf'  T'fil  IflpmtiaBIGttiitst-BESI!  ,*.. . ���7^"-^verti��m��ni li not pyWlj,hed or ditployotf by Ihe Liquor Control Boord or by'tho Government of Brltjth Columbia G2*6/  .j..,  ���.Jtwl tm  ��#M*^^W^^-TWTfM^^*^i*>'��iil-��^W**i-8)lH"* PtItWtfm .��41 *^||*-a-^4^.|~*it^��*4^pH��w^*^^ ..Julla^^aiii^osi*,��,#  ��*l����ii< |��I H|M|M  ii4n����i..MI^VM'*!W'i'-"l'l||"|r",l"ll^l'��Tl j'HllHl^-ljl'M'll^'^MM'WtW^'  , ti . . i       , *��i mi     ( > '   ' i    ft  ���  * **l9  V  4*   i\   ���  MM.l^r.fj"^ ..*'  A ** *������.'*-'��� /*"  ^'ifiibtes  *   '*; jf / IS  >> y,x  ���a- *��*. ' I  y!i'5 It M *Jy' AX,f St V  t    H"       ai  ^  ���,"  a-t     1  if  ietive on various'-ptpj&tttf  ***���>  .*  "*   a.    ��-**/<"  ' * u v  u ft i%4y  dealers and m&chantV the school board   ^ ^ J-.FLrep0rt?? oh#t:$#r!5S  4nd^%;Normftgtofe �� j^^Hydro for'"?U* ^ *S^^*��!&:S^ ^  6rs( Mrs. Jackson and Mrs. Parker.    -,    * toanspottaBon''toJMe~anmiaif  .,^The^prJze.stdve whictrw&s ^��afey Mrs.   Tea^to lie held>t'^rt:Mello)i#Bf^e 6  Phillip!? of-Vancouver was.daaat^l fo fee    a* 2:30 p,ni. i^e^skea'Utf'pl^  tilt', annual- luncheon under, tbe- direction    to attend this meeting jlod^sociai^fioiirr  of convener Mrs. J. Redman. Tbe luncheon   "   Notice���a beige glove was fonnd. in the  \   "^-J-a. ^ * VS        * *     ' a**''  11      *���>  _*   ~      2* a*  ���i   1   ~  ^v.1  v*-  Ralr^Ieaderfepiirls��," "Hi^SS^M^-  every hour^Tur-troop ^ent to Work on res- c t '���,�����,���*���,���')�����!'  c��teid,etricJn3trations. JFirsf.spectators were/  Rescue  PART OF the demonstration given   PNE grounds, was rescue work Vic-  ��� -#  Ptgrsonal presentation .  lo?1 to jiargiiis' liifl  pleA wccessM stiiL  7   >         -C                   ���*                      ^                          "                           "     '-            -      " "       f    ,    -             "                  L        '  a*-'*-.   ,JS?*Sit!V-��f     i*.  ONI.y>t70 report -cards, remained lo be PENDER EXPERIMENT  picked v tup , at  ^JpSinstoiie   Secondary - One week e^j>eim^<��nducted"at 'Pen-  Sclicpt after tbe recent' "reportfc> parents*' der ' Harbour * Secondary ^Sc^ool 'gave; all  night Cdmmennng on the recent expert- students the opportunity to attend-class or  ment  at; last .week's  board meeting a study. ;Parehts-were notified "of',tbe plan  school, trustees,   Principal'W.  S.   Potter wa?ch wasJntimded to pUce !more-iespton-,  stated'that-32& cards bad been personally sibflify on the student;Agive backV^'��tu-  picked up.by parents,                       5 tlents a chance' to catch up pir wgfi^-sub-  . Some modificaUons would be made next jecfe^ff�� bright students ���ari:tfppl��u#ty  year,   interviews   being   held   after   the to niake more detailed study: and *remove  second report, and tbe area divided into trocHe' makers from class."   *.    l$'\p  two zones'so that parents would sot have Parents response showed 72 making no  such a long wait to see teachers.   " comment; 15 ^Jayor;,seven agairist^gix  �� Interviews  wUl be  private next year *�� seniois oifly^andthree^sta^ngity^duld  with dfsjplays' set up in. the ItaBs fer the isot'wnr-tfor their f<ahiWren.4   ^N1";.^  interest ot waiting parents.'         -, Statistics showed 4natpi?rcent4gd;Ateen-  The grade 12 supper will bejheld on the teeLsm dropped steadily during tiie/veek in  weekend of June 4 and the Fashion Display most grades and.more :cla5s.es3yere-missed  night on June 8. by students with below average marks.  Richard Wolienden  Lwder PMI^JBland, Kick' Quigley and Doug ���  Oram filled" the ne#ri5 "minutes' by domgr-'"  strctcheu-awork: Finding the/"patient", with  ;tbroken ,lfeg/they splltitect *Vlinib, 'wrapped Him in/blankets"and seburely^tried him ,  onto the' stretcher!! inverting him perpendicularly to test the work. -~ ^  ;    \      lA;  Ropes "were then tied to 4he��� stretcher lt  and the '/victim" Tvas carried over the" top "  of 'a -simulated eight-loot high vfail" and"'  gently lowered to^e-other ���side.>Demons  strsttions finished alioat io p.m., after a  long and weaty day/ but it was worth it. ,'  JThe' following ��� day,   Q��ev ,troop  visited^  \K  4s'.  i  i  BRYAN E- BURKINSHAW  SERYINGTMEiuNSMllHE CCt^STa  ZURICH MFE OF CANADA  "-      B��jSli(il��-Gibson*; B.C.  ��/t  ���J*  T*?-  r -*/  TO SERVE YOU  BETfftt  THE PENINSULA TIMES HOW HAS TWO? OFFICES  : \,      TO SERVE YOU.  SEASIDE PLAZA/-iSIBSOMS  Phone ��S6-25i5   -  --.t^a  COWRIE STREtET/- SECHELT  Phone 8S5-9S54  J  ** js  i  *  1  I  i>'.  Army Corporal and newsmen  produced first BC Gazette  RICHARD Wolfenden helped  publish the feer Rifles as a citizen soldier and,-trans-  world's most southerly newspaper, The ferred at that time to the -Victoria Rifles,  Emigrant Soldier's Gazette and Cape Horn eventually  becoming   an^Jofficer   in, the  Chronicle. Canadian Militia after Confederation;:  This publication was prepared by the He  rose  from  ensign;   to- Lietitenant-  \    Royal Engineers as they beat their way colonel, retiring with ibatr rank in IS^EBs  I    around the Horn in a six-month voyage to decorations included Conipanion of the Im-  British Columbia.  They  left England  in perial Service Order and^lwual .Auxiliary  Courage  ROBERTS Creek Scouts reaUy put >ef held tby rfefl^r^pou^." lighting  thdr scouting into action as He?- t 'conditions 'jpreven^<^camera from  bie Berdahl proves by jumping blind-*!�� stopping motion. "X-yx," " l!  folded from a height of 24 feet into .-  .     \   "'   "       <.  ~i^.> ^t-r*-^ Jr.i,  Local 297 Headquarters ��.�� . / x   v;  Building supplies property  undergoes' change of owners  toyW  Tfc-Y  at f tie Sign of ihe Chevron  H  ���va. .a>.  , *> 'V.'   ��  can  October 1858 and did not arrive in Victoria Forces' Officers' ?<Decora*ljm.>~Thd govern- L0C^1 m ^P^F&S0* J^ *asere--   ?��Df'^-fffL3^*.^-^ aS li  until AprU, 1859. Wolfenden was a corporal ment gave him a miUtffly-funeral and his ' 'a.ceh^ purchased HUitop Building Sup-   ;be, sta^Bfr.;Thatchi*r.:V* -  / -    >  then,  serving under CoL  R.  C.  Moody, death was announced Tnfa special'edition P?^ bmUmg in Gibsons, to serve as the v< /,,,...'  Years later, as King's Printer for British of the British Columbia Gazette which he Uwons, new headquarters. ,  EMOTIONS     '  '  ' '    ~hy Ray Moscrip  Columbia, he published this newspaper in    had printed faithfully for so many years,  book-form.  He  was born at Rathmell, Yorkshire,   %l -7  March 30, 1836 and he joined the Royal  Engineers in  1855.  He  volunteered  when   \-'   ^j^v-*^   t    t ... x.  Moody was asked to take 150 technically   '% , xi\^V7n7^h^O^  trained nien to the new colony of B.C. to   y ^i^l^t%[?'���*  keep order and undertake various public   ��� ^%;f!<" ;7'7:.T^"7  works. They came out in three ships, land-   \t,<   ��. ,\y, \iA^\*  ing first ot Esquimau then travelling to tbe   p {"., tfi^f'M  Fraser  River��Camp which came to be   y7 >i ��\~7^ ;^< ^��  known as Sapperton. * *- J'       ����<* ' "i  Wolfenden was placed in charge of tbe  printing office and a small press brought  out from England produced tbe first British Columbia Gazette..  When the regiment disbanded in 1863  the press and Wolfenden were acquired by  , the colonial government. He became superintendent of the government printing office  at New Westminster. He moved the office  witn tne seat of government to Victoria in  18S8.  He served the New Westminster Voltra-  TesS Suggests!  nrf.'r'i k;  f��� I ly ti\fil  -/-"TV?  ���'SH!��.��#lia!*iH(ft*ift  Take a new look at Bffe  ChevelBe Station Wagon  Peninsula Motor Prod.  SECHELT, P*c  Phono 895-2111.��� T��4 F��r��wcll  .a. On. May 8, the first day of occupancy,  ti^e ,international office supplied- two - in-   ' A.man is pressed to the. sea of emotion  str��ctors to present a week's course con- . By,a paining thought.    , 1  sisttiig  of:   shop  stewards* training,   His-* 'Throbingdeep inside histerain,  toncal background on the development of . ^   , X '        \ \ -��  tht? Ihternational Brotherhood Fulp Sulphite, a'vThis is the time he sno^s'true spirit  aiid,'-Paper Jlill Workers, short history of,'lf,"j-��-L- ��� .��.  ^>_  u u 7*_ A ^        '  n-?w-       I*. !r ' 0"*,��� *������y*j ������� j. TTusjs the time he becomes a-man  Canadian   labor,   parhamentary   pointers, ����� _   .   .    .  *��� ;    '  7  puhlic speaking, and the art of chairman-     Form the time of need   *      v .  ship. Is planted the searching(seed^ .-f t  Instructors were: E. P. O'Neil, western * .   .   .'..*!!        '7      ,'^->  director   pf  education   and   organization; ��� And when'he is down    . - r., /f.��_  Dan 'Radford,   CLC,   regional director  of And beingpressed^from all-around' '  education and Joe Kane, special organizer,* Is the time when he feels strong     , ������']  on loan from Local 767. J( For in his mind> his soul rpbe{s ,, ���   ���'  J?7ts -jrsa^sars ��� �������� ����h-. �����"��r^^t  dressed the class and on Friday, Dan Rad- ' ,,M,n",,,nn ' '    '  ^|ord���from CLC. ,  Members taking the course were shop *  stewards and executive members: G. Host- .  land Jr.,"G. Thatcher, D. Hill, Fred All-  nutt, R. L. Blakcman, Joe P. Kiene, F. A,  Smith, L, ��. Smith, M. Blaney, J. Hart,,  R   Machon, N. Hull, K. Anderson, G. Da-'  vies, H. Marshall, R. Stanley, R. Nowaro,  W. J. Peterson, W. R. Green, J, Eidred,  W, M. Nimmo,'John Nimmo, D. Connor,?  Ken Gurncy, Chris Johnson, Bill Peterson, -  Dick Manton, B. Wciser and Steve Essie-'  mpnt.  Chief shop steward G. Thatcher reports 0  thai the course has improved  members;  knowledge of shop stewards duties and pro-1  . vided general union Information which will  be a i big asset to Local 297.  , t The new headquarters could not have  been put to better use than In the field of  Education. Shop stewards aro tho key men  in the organisation and as leaders in their  departments must try to mako tho local as  1  1*  I  if?  lr  in  destruction  Out of the craving jaws.of hell  To walk the world showcrcaVin light ���  Safe and fre? from his quelling plight.  TCMS (IE THM  1,700 cash Winners every week!  NOTHING TO PURCHASE - NOTHING TO PAY!  It's easy Vw|n Cash in a flash. Whenever you drive Into  ypur Chevron Dealer or Standard Station, pickup a f^6  Cash iita Flash card .*., shap Itopen and you can witi up to��  r $ 1,000 m (NSTANTLYrif you ��r0 not' an' instant winner,  save all cards and win as soon ps yqu have a matching top  and bottom, play Cash In a Flash today, ^  SechelK B.C. - phone 885-9332  1 . Agent, Standard Oil Product?  *.�� ii '������t  V  i    ii  Y <   X*'  l,l     "  4.   [ ' iimuuiiH-niiii. ��� [iiiii^ iijiB���wywiwMif ii iniiijuyiii n ^miijiw^hiw  flMEMQ^MMKS^!  fee PRopotEB  M: B.C. EGG MARKETING SCHEME  Any commercial egg producer in the Province off British Columbia  operating at such at of tho lit day of May, 1967, and who owned 500  or more layer* at th'ar Hmb,.ia^entitled to'vote to approve or reject a  scheme to control ond regulate tfte marketing of chicken eggs in tho  Proy��nco of British Columbia.  IMST  $28oQ9  i,  For Thi�� Deluxe  HOOVEH  PQMSHER  Finger Tip  Operated  Wrap around  furniture guard  g ��{M-wwiMw-i-lr* *t (���Wiv��^-^.(vi*)��'*^>^a||-v��*.. ,|  The TIMES  Phono 085-96541  SecUU, BX.  In order to be cligiblo to vote, ��i producer mu��t register Vith, the  undersigned on or before |J|^2At)i day of May/1967. Any registration  letter postmarked later than tho 26th day of May, 1967, will not bo  If you have not received a registration form by mail please re%  quest one in writing from tho undersigned as soon as possible.  , #�� H. McAAURRAY^  , RETURNING OFFICER,  B.C. EGG MARKETING SCHEME.  Bon 494, Cfovcrdolo, B.C.  JUST  Constellation by Hoover  THR OHtY aEANERTHAT fLOATS ON AIR  ��� Doublo-itrotch hoto la compact for itorago  *~"b*uf ��wchi�� out for hoM^o'-oot plaicw,"*"*-    "  ��� Eaty-to-rcmoYO dlipo^ablo dirt baQ.  ��� Combination bar����f|oor>on4*rMfl no**lo.,  f Tool* for ovory typo of cleaning,  ��� Deautifully itylod in contemporary colour*.  h ��*iifliiW��avfla*a^*>g *  NOW AT  Phone 885-2171  Full 1 Year  Warranty  YOUR HOOVER CENTRE  Sechelt�� D.C.  mmmmBfmmmmmtmmmmmm  IttMM  mium��.u,wmmm"  ly^-W-tm<***B*��t��ff-^^-tw-^Jti-j- ^��4Hm**%$ yV*-!t<P**��**v4*% * i">��� 0**  ^*-l4.*��l<^>.i.i^.   ik,*-*^ flt, jw-j, lH*^ti-*-MlH<*K*W*MIw .*>��Wa^*%^*i^��^i%rt(����.J��*--*i| i ��^(H*^*wt��->*i*W mn^Btmm^*a**fe%W' -  ���*-"���-"* '*���"(' Ke*t  W( ** &*>&#* rf  1| '   '  *   ��v  *  v  *   \  li   i��j#*��*** * '   , , ...    v'-   , i'i^'^^iiX:^?JT7A'^'^  ._! !  \ __  l ' .  \    '*' _      _   !_-__ _ . '_.  1. J_i,       .        i_        i_v^        _''* S'        'jl   _   -           Pbgo yi6      * - The Peninsula Times ���   .   Wednesday, May 17, 1967  \  /  0  1   1,  i*  REAL ESTATE - INSURANCE  Phone 885-2161  Multiple Listing Service  Vancouver Real Estate Board  AGENCIES LTD.  '&$&$Se&2&**%*  ROBERTS CREEK - OCEAN VIEW���Three year old quality built home. Two bedrooms,  spacious living room with Arizona sandstone fireplace. Full length glass doors,to���sundeck.  High full basement, automatic oil furnace. Large garden, fruit trees, roses, perennials. $17,000,  down payment $8,000. (No. 463) Call C{ R. Gathercole, Gibsons, res. 886-2785; '. ��  SECHELT BUSINESS BLOCK���Large 3 bedroom suite plus 2 business rentals   Rev. $250  per month $27,000 terms Call J Anderson, 885-2053.  **��*.  ���*��� i*!.*  VERY NICE RESIDENCE, WEST SECHELT���3 bedrooms, large living room with fire*  place, dining room and kitchen. A. oil heated. Basement has 6 single sleeping rooms. Make  good private boarding bouse. Priced to sell at $25,000 with terms. (No. 404) Call E. Surtees,  * * eves. 885-9303.  ^ a  1 38 ACRES WITH 456 FT. GOOD WATE^IJFRONT-N.ce beach with float  i���bedroom  home, cabm and garage. Garden West side Secheit Inlet. Terms on $15,000 (No 433). Call  E Surtees, eves 885-9303.  ��� *u<.iy -^j���   4x<-<.r *  ****m    * ,�� ��\       *J J..   "^ *���**'   r     &^%a&��Mfmmtmmi  BUSY FLORIST AND <j1FT SHOP-*-F,P. $8,800 includes stock and fixtures Excellent loca-  Uon across from Post Office Owners'health forces this sale of repidly expanding business  (No. 430) <$H BOb Kent, res 885-9461.  I-  7  ' i i  ii  ai'l '  7  S(,   I  i' /  tfX  ' f,   i  x 7  SECHELT BUSINESS AND REVENUE���Pool room, coffee bar plus 3 rentals. Very good  returns, priced to sell. Terms For information see J Anderson, 885-2053 (No. 442).  2 BEDROOM HOME���With basement and A. Oil furnace on nice view lot  Fewmmujes  from beach at Davis Bay. Good buy at $12,000 whh-$4i000 down payment. (No. 434) Call  E. Surtees, eves. 885-9303. ��.  r .���vmrr������Twn . ,-. ���._ ��� ,.���,.....-, .!**&������**  MAGNIFICENT VIEW PROPERTY���Clean unique 2 bedroom home with heatilatOr fireplace in large bright living room. Very secluded area yet close to Silver Sand Resort. Fishing,  swimming and boat anchorage close at hand. Large work shop could be guest cottage. Real  swimming an   ^^ ^ $^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ } Anderson 8g5.2053.  ,���.  _ ��� . rw��^OlLT_T -^    SECHELT���COWRIE ST., MODERN 2 BEDROOM BUNGALOW���3rd, plus laundry and  work-room m basement. Beautifully-tlrecd,, landscaped Jot, paved drive. Only $15,900, easy  terms. (NO.V438) See I, Anderson,l885-2Q53.     ]  11    i /  ! r  A  '!  71  'fl  /  -*t*-4.*��Ji**��A tm\ &kwty*^M^<<iltlMwli,��ty#ii>< *��  DAVIS BAY - BRAND NEW���Almost ready for occupancy, has spacious living room, with  fireplade overlooking Davis Bay and Straits of Georgia. Large kitchen dining room area  opens^to sun-porch for outdoor eating, if desired or sit before glass doors for the view.  2 bcdrooflW��'with big clothes closets. This home has electric forced air heating and is fully  insulated. Full price $13,950 some terms (No. 460). Sec Bob Kent, res. 885-9461.  GIBSONS - GOWER POINT - 200' WATERFRONT��� Attractive, well built two bedroom  homo Living room 24'xl6\ hcatilator fireplace, solid oak floor.  Large mod��J!,n.M.f"birict  kitchen and utility plus comfortable two bedroom guest cottage. Reasonable at $28,000, n<Ul  ^ . dov/n. (No, 464) Ca|| C.R. Gathercole, Gibsons, 886*2785.    .  VERY^icWBED^^  Lot 75'x200" with paved !drivcw��y and double garage, Adjoining lot 83'xl85. lovely building  site, plus appro*.'3<acre> wooded 'lot/;lmipwHatetyMbehlnd'ihese-o2-J^'Thc who c; parcel  ���    at bargairt price. Fur further particulars sec E. Surtees, eves. 88.5-9303 (No, 361),)  128 FT. LEVEL BEACH FRONTAGE~Lov*ly A frame cubin, 220 wiring, electric hem,  gas hot water. Insulated ceiling, walls and floor. F.P. $16,000 (No. 444). Call Bob Kent,  " . ������.,:..������ .������������,. ,.-.         : res. 885-9461.    '���  SHEET METAL AND FURNACE INSTALLATION BUSINESS���hxccllcnt turnover for  father and son partnership. Excess of business requires at least'one loiirneymijnpluvriiL  time helper. Stock and machinery with full price of $3,950 cash (No, 461), Call Hob Kent,  res. 885-9461,  Libj) Ft, WATERFRONT���With almost 20 acres, adjoining ���OleV Cove Rcnort. Make Rood  i sulxllvifilon, For,price and terms, see li. Surtees, res, 8H5-9303, :'  ',    ,  i  lf"��^tMf*^4-M^ih*4*tft4!*f^^  .SOUTHERN SLOPE VIEW LOTS���West Secheit overlooking Straits of Ocorm* Close lo  bench and hcccss roads. From $2,450, on terms of 1/3 down, monllily, pnyments arrimBcd,  ' Call Bob Kent, rqs, 885-9461.'   '  'V-4**^^l^^-a'l#^3m��Mi^Wi*i*."aW  ccmcnl fouiultt-  OIBSONS RURAIv���2%   acres���comfortable family homo,  bright  modern  kjlcheo,  220  wiring. Laundry In the b.w.mc'nt. Garago and ofbriige building. Two dozen nwort��l fruit trees.  $10,000 terms. (No, 462) Call C. R, Gathercole, Gibsons, res, 886-27H5.  WATERFRONT RESORT���Year round holiday' nrca. Flshlnp, swimming, hoailnR or ��� Jmt  relaxing. 10 lovely modern units plus owners quarters. Average monthly revenue approx.  $1,800. This Is o quality business. For pricoond terms <.all J. Andcrwm 885*2053,  'WEST SFCHELT��� 68 ft. wnlcrfrontngo on gentle slope to beach. House on ccrr  W,Ml'   "on;! $2,500 b!l��, on^ 12,000. (No, 405) dll Bob Kent, rei ,885*94(��l.  SECRET HAY, 1'X.IMONT-10.V wntcrrfont p|us 12 rental mw*<��I'lwhcrmiin's. pabln, Ideal  motel or trailer court she, Only$II,000  easy terms, (Nor391) Call J. Anderson 885*2053.,  wl}ST'SI'nu��i.tr-$I.S00 down, 2 acres',.% bedroom cabin, furnished, Near now electric  rar.BC, l&iEnI, Good water Ripply. Only $4,500 F,l��, Call J. AndersonTllM.20.13.  108 ACRES-$15,000 terms, Troiit l.Ako area, year roimd .sircam. Real Investment or suh*  ' ���'...'���       division. CalU. Anderson, B85-2053.     if, KTID SURTIIS FOR THiiE -^ PHOHf,883-9303^  'BUILDING LOTS���Nor West flfjy RoM at $1,100 and $1,350,  IOT IN SECHELT VILI<VSGI-a���Ready to build on, nice ^rcct, $2,S00.  ���    2 BEDROOM HOUSE���On Highway lit llalfmpon n��y-$H,(K)0, \frm,  ��� 1 lU^DUOOM HOUSfaW-OaJoyclyiockj;arden.;^^  hiwvway Halfmoon flay,  i-MawiiMMNim^^  WEST Sr.CHELT���V.UA. lot 165' on Sunshine Coast iHghway. Treed, View, Only $4,IHMi  .:p,��*-(H>.fr.->.-*ft^ i'�����!-���'��� Willi ".J l>< \n'lwl.n*III|i'POM.-..��*"#^M|ita������^^H��Ti���^  ��� _.,   ' '     ,    r^.^^ ������������;���"' "���':���: : : ���'"  WAtERFRONT ON SF.CHELT l^LlRI-L^Re treed view Property.JOO' frontage, road  'X   ' - ' ���       '    ( ���   ' '!  *   pA\lS PAY- ISEn^WATfeRFR  i ill}*}  W ft Bib f H-H��#   mmmmmmmmi in'i"!"  O   GIBSONS-  C. R. GATHERCOLE 886-2785  ��  HALFMOON BAY-  TED SURTEES 885-9303  O   DAVIS PAY-  JACK ANDERSON 885-2053  ^ SECHELT-      I ;  PHONE BOB HENT 885-9461  . **^a^^-i w^^'��-w���a�� ^.."  tmmmmmmm  ' 52.3(M) FjP^lMi Anderson^  mpmmBmmiifmnBm  REAk ESTATE - INSURANCE  Phono 005-2161  Multiple Listing Sorvlco  Vancouver Rool Estate Board  AGENCIES LTD.   >l'wiiiwiiiiiiiii>iM">ii'ni.iiiiiil m' ' ill i ill ii in '   tmmmum*  mi%> ! l'ifc '" "iw ' v  A,  �����!*  ./  ���!  �����    *    #    $    4


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