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Array Jf  f - '      v ���*"_,- {'i _ j    j   ^     _- ^ ���* -  --<*-    .* -  - Aumorl-ed-os > second _&_��  ������moll-toy, the*-ftosr-'Offfct  -~  .Deportment, Ottoyo.    -  S-��  iSi  it .  L'1 '  '%  fjf  REGIONAl CdHege pl_1risciie-*wJ?icb.. ii to .on j<bey /'Pree4(wn, with^Responsibility  * ' be presented on ISfdrsday o�� this wpdfc?., principle, evened in 19&5 avilh only 26 Grade  will _e~aH^dnce'dnV'^^^^z^^ 3^'   _3 students.'       '.    '        ,    - --  I>es Brooks, secretary of the;j���egtonaljCoi According to-Mr. Brooks, it, will be a  legeCoHordinatmg.Cbnimltte^^^^ tbe:neyr college is act-  dressed twp public meetings in the district   iU-!y built, U ihe meantime it wjlLoper-  WgmESPAV MABCtt -.y 196S  fsoii Oeek, Selmo Podv S^^ �� -V   -r   Volume,5,, fb.M  '��� *���������'���  '������������ Aiiiii_wiwiiiii;y_^w-_M��-_wi-_^--<yfc^ _-___��___-----___--_��''-����Br'��w   i iii p iwttp-wfc-rtw^w. i   iin*���wi��-i'��ip��_y�����������*    .__.* * * 'x r       -   r ���,_-* ^     v  _e_-_-_if>? ..  n    ' a    �� ��     * ' - ^ * -  - '*    ���fc   *      fc      "*        V______* #��-���*.-���.<���- ,, v   _��� r   *,  __3  B_B***- - '   ^_l  *'' * v,   __8S__H_r____S_f*** i   ( ���     ^-*   -*"���      * - -l_��5_f!P_v J   -, ^    * -     '* ���   &3S&< i~   , *       _        *��� *t  \*" -Si' * ^_T-_^^^'���*"^~M^i^       "^'* b5___l -Wrf^*"��� *       "_______      .-, r _- ^*_.-  '     IJB" f�� -   ^ *     *_ ^ t^  /" j i   ' \ Si    j    ^   ^ \   JG8   *��� j'   ^ .   *���/ji �����  .y  VI,   I  if,*}  *S'&  ?^'  8-?_<  p|  M  K-    I?  ����,   '4  r:i  I? i  f 7 *  ^ ,i  y  i  if        vf  last week.  , -K the- plebiscite--fails in tins disbcic^  theite will be no guarantee tbat students  in this area will be placed in the college  and if there should happen to be vacancies, they will be required to pay higher  tuttim fees.'" -'        - -,. -  - - The college will be open to taxpayers  and,residents*of tbe contributing school  districts from the'ages UMJO.  ~ One-���point oi interest is that students  irom 4-is area will of necessity have to  pay boarding fees on the North Shore as  _iey will not be able to commute. This  will make them residents on the Norm  Shore and surely would entitle' them to use  collage facilities.  '' l   *  It,was suggested"-, a recent editorial  in (the Times (that establishing a grade. 13  in the Sechelt School District' would enable'  students to live at home while taking first  year university but Mr. Brooks stated that  this is.a dying program and would be expensive to operate in a distxiot such as  Sechelt.      -,       ���'---.-',  Superintendent Gordon Johnson when  questioned agreed, that this is so^and with  e. small number of pupils, only a very limited number of courses would be available Jot aeademic, students and none for  the non-academic student.. It is understood  that partidpaiionrin a Regional College  would eliminate ithe possibility of estaWish-  inga.grade.13 class.. .  - Campbell'' j__ver. Senior Secondary  School which' has-attracted consideraole interest In the world of education, operating  ate, fn?m 4;_5 -10:30 p_n. using West Van-  couvef" Jfigh School facilities. Si will be  i. staffed "with professional1 people from the  ; '     ,r-*e_ page A-S  Mill safety commiitee  holds tribute banquet  MEMBERS of .the Howe SoundPulp Divi-  -ion Advisory, Safety Committee, Port  Mellon, attended, a safefyibanquet held at  the Seaside Hotel hist Tuesday,' February  27 as'a tribute to the 1567 committee. A  welcome was also 'extended to thet new  members comprising _ie 1968-committee.  The committee functions, according to  law and is a requirement of the Workmen's Compensation "Act. It includes twelve members, six from management and  six from the ;local union. Object of the  group is to -ct'iiy an advisory capacity to  mill management,and concern, itself with  overall mill,safety .policy ?a_d practices.  Guests present at the banquet included;  David Hill, President.of Local 297;. Sr.  John Crosby, representing the local physicians; C. B. Rusteymeyer, manager, head  office safefy department,'Canadian Forest  Products Ltd; A~>S- Knowles, secretary-  treasurer. Local 297; G. G. Thatcher, 3rd  vice president, Local 297.  , Union and ^management speakers emphasized the need/for individual" employees in industry.to be aware _nd cognizant  of the safety proceedures tor his job.  v~^  /_ 's.-  r���'*��t4. .   ' .    *i^f i_K%_*^  _   .      ��������!._���- j... ___j^.  .*^-   ,     r -HHf   ^  ^H?  ���.,*        J**'-*i_,-S_id__*     i-. _  ej?@  q_fc  TWp-.WBpKS ago ;lhe Board of School  Trustees published, in accordance with  Haw,' places -alt avhich.voltog.will take place  for or -against' est_bl____enit of a Regional  College on the *-torth/Sfcore. Considering  the fact ithat many voters would possibly  forget where and .when by>day'of voting, i  we checked with Secretary Treasurer Peter  Wilson in order to ascertain'' whether the  list was to be repeated this week; and were  told -"No'-'. ���      .  Therefore as a public service, The'Times  takes { pleasure in publishing the list in  order I-that those on the voters list, will in  no way be confused as to where their  voting; stations ate.' *  ' Bowen Island Elementary School, Bowen  Island, B.C.  Mrs.   Maxwell's ~~Residence,   Gambler  Island, B.C.  '   School Board Office, Gibsons, B.C.  -   Elphinstone Secondary; School,' Gibsons,  B.C. ~ ". .'     -   . * t '   . ,  Roberto Creek Elementary School, Roberts Creek,' BX.\  Davis Say Elementary School, Davis Bay,  BjC.. .   .  Selma   Park  Community  Hall,  Selma  Park; BjC.  Sechelt Elementary School, Sechelt, B.C.  West Sechelt Elementary School, Sech-  dt,BX!. ��� -    -  , Halfrnoon Bay Elementary School, Half-  moon'Bay, B.C.  Madeira Park Elementary School, Madeira Park,"B.C.  Mr. Lloyd- Davis' Of&ce, Garden Bay,  B.C. . .  Egmont __ementary School; <E5gmont, B.C.  Mrs} William H. Harding's Residence,  Blind Bay, Nelson Island,' B.C.  -:-*.-    -.  -<; .    Tiraos gets.fhreugh -. _:  Despite irK^nveniehc^ caused;^ iBie" destined-to -reach���more- thai- six  recent ferry strike l^e Times,wa�� tiaousaad readers _Hthi_u hours .of  stfll on the streets as usual/;Modev of defivesy^-Assisfeig-is- Bonr Clarke of  transportation/was by air and Vm* Powell River and Rod Wheeler of  Usher Al'Al8gard,;a competent pilot,; The Times. . '" * "..".,  is seen unloading some 2,000. Copies  Concern expressed... .   . -  -  i"    ���    ������     Hie     ��� ii K     *    ~  SqmoiBiiilh ta^pafers war Mad  check College facts first   ^ ^  &.  b  Port- Mellon   Community   Hall,   Port  Mellon, B.C.. ,,       -���  :., .La��gj^^einfiftai^ fee. houte^ of-itUtn^_^#_K_fc  B.c. -   ',   ���*".'."WSE_V^   -' ~     '___Mi_^'_-_iAr'irrr,t';Al^v'1  SCHOOL Boards do not want an informed  ' 4>ub_c~to vote in the March 7th Regional  College Plebiscite,.states' president, of the  Sfluamish Batepayers Association Charles  Bellis. --.--.-;'��� , ��� ? " '*  ' He 'further 'accused "the   four   s_ho��l'  clpal Council' warned taxpayers to .learn  facts before they get out and vote on  Thursday of-this week.  In a press statement Bellis asked wby  pu.__T^ee_ngs are not being held to folly  inform the taxpayer; he scoffed at college  boards, West  On Thursday, March, 7$h, tmt between^ Sound>nd  . i__._. _,-_ -(_-.,.__��.���*-^_elfc-r-eBBl����M-_-j��iB5Pcft#'^^  *" whg jg lalso ja mein>ert,of/i^uamish^uni-- ,,two_hirds of a ___band Sechett _nd Howe  '" ~~        ' '   Sound; only one-ithird of a milL   Squamish  taxpayers cannot afford the additional  regional college .lax burden when they are  faced with badly needed development of  sewer, water-and other services.  , Bellis states1 he is one hundred percent  in favor of -the regional college hut one  hundred' percent' against the homeowner  .having to pay tor it through focal taxes.  It should he up to the provincial Government to finance the venture, with money  turned over to it by the federal government  Mayor Carrie Cates and two aldermen  of North Vancouver city finance committee  bave also expressed concern over tbe wording of the plebiscite which does not make  clear' how much .the college will cost.  Alderman Frank Goldsworthy has stated, '^we; rnu^t make it abundantly clear to  the school board that the plebiscite must  clearly state what the costs of a-college  will be to toey municipal taxpayer oyer the  next five years.' If that isn't included in  the plebiscite, I want no part of it"  On the local scene,' paid promotional experts have carried. out an extensive cam-  p_igni' working ph the students, educators  and parents! One public meeting only was  held in Gibsons, one meeting "in Sechelt at  which only certain' residents were invited,  District formation .  "Yes" ��ote  . could cost  'THIS is only a plebiscite," states publicity for the Regional College, but in tbe  Sechelt School District ii could'well be' the  same as a referendum or money bylaw.  : .The plebiscite to be held on Thursday,  March 7, requires only a 50 per cent maj-,.  ority and states simply���"Are you in favour of School District No. 46 (Sechelt) par-  ficipa-hg in-the establishment and opera-  _on of-'a'Begional College, on_ the North  Shore of Itorrard Met"? """    ' 'In reply to -a query presented at a meeting held in> Sechelt last Tuesday, Secretary-  -^easufer Peter Wilson explained that a  Regional --College District' incorporating  school districts approving "the "plebiscite"  wiU be formed.  A referendum or money bylaw, later,  which could ^amount to $11 million, will  be .presented in 24 years- time for the  cost-of the site and buildings of the new  college. This will require - 60 per cent  majority in the Begional College District  'which,means .that it could toil to pass in  .Sechelt District but if it has the required  60.per eent.dverall majority, Sechelt District still has to go along with' it. Sechelt  District could, only opt out if it'has ithe  unanimous permission of all the other participating districts.      " "  ���  Considering the number'of taxpayers in  -the Sechelt-District and in particular the  small pereentoge which bothers to cast a  "vote, tins' district's' decision,.would ,.probably have almost negligible effect oh the  t overall decision.. .' '   ,���'  -��� It has also been pointed out that a referendum-will __ presented this year-ia the  Sechelt' School District ,for the. building  of a new Senior Secondary School in* this  district Existing population figures justify  this expenditure.  It could we_ he that within two years,  two referenda will'be presehted in this  school district; one for the building of the  Begional College on the North Shore; the  other'for a senior secondary school in this  district.  BUDGET  Secretary Wilson, speaking at a meeting held in Gibsons on Monday, of last,-week,  stated that' 4he School Board could have  it includes $16,913 for operating: costs of  the college, 4his district's, share-of the  first'tour months operation. Most of this  will not' be used if .the plebiscite fails in  this district. For _ae>p35t two" years Ihe  board has set' aside annual sums of $34)00,  this.district's con_rib__ofi ier the Regional  College steertog conirtiittee/ - - ' - _ - v "  Mr. 'W__o��'fi-rfhei; sbted,'__3tja_l the  plebiscite does is "give legal permission for  the' Board to' prbceed fWrthet: "'-" " ~  School Board report  shows classroom need  IN KEJEPSING '-with its .recent, policy.-:��*  keeping the public informed by means  of ne��_' releases, the fpUowing xeport ,is  submitted this week by the SchoolDistridt  Board of Trustees: \  'At , the moment, Indian ' children - in  Kindergarten,-Grade. 1, Grade 6-and Grade  7 attend- our schools, nearly all of them at  our Sechelt Elementary School. In September 1968 the Board-bis agreed to extend  this to Grades 2 and 5, and by September,  1S59,. all. Injhan <~uldren will probably, be  attending our schools. , -"'. ,  .' More" classrooms will have - to -be pro-  evaded at Sechelt. Our present estimate���  to 1971���suggests that we will'require eight  new classrooms. If we can' pass a iefer-  endum in 1968,' these classrooms could .lie  ready-for September, 1970. In the meantime, we will have to continue the use of  portables, go on shift, or. find some other  i temporary solution.  The Federal government win make a  capital grant for new classrooms,' which  amount will reduce the referendum figure  for the proposed addition. The exact  amount of this grant is not known as jet  but some $70,000 has already been committed by the Federal authorities.' .  In addition to capital grants, the Federal government pays to the Board $25 per  year as operating costs for each Indian  child attending the public schools.  We believe that eventual complete integration is f. MUST, it win take years, of  to evaluate this program and to  course,  put money aside for the-operation of the   judge its'-effectiveness'.' We hope that it  ^R_gam_I-0D__s&^^ ���' "win be- ^otVi^&ei^ehseitxvolveai''rtes^e-  -citewhic%to._irt,.ithas <fone.l  "������;����   "������   federal ���grants''however, Integration w_l  1  Ihe 1968 budget has been accepted and   add to our costs. \     .       \       mr  Create more jobs . . .  Mecireatioii Plebiscite plan .  anotlier smack at taxpayers  Introduction  Fast becoming a pet of the whole   large sums ofitexpaycrs ^neyibave'fc^.  PESTliNED to be the biggest tourist attraction in the area, Pender Harbour's 15  foot killer whale, now owned,by Vancouver  Public Aquarium," will ��� remain in the  Garden Bay area for an indefinite time.  Director of Vancouver (Public' Aquariuni,  Dr. Murray Newman and president ol the  Vancouver Public ' AquariUm Association,  Ralph Shaw toured  Pender Harbour last  tee has been formed to help Aquarium  officials; chairman is Mr. Harold Clay  assisted by Marble-Myers and Peter Benja-  fleht On Thursday Mr. Eon Deane made  his cruiser available for a tour of ibe  Harbour and Mrs.'- Harold Clay prepared  a smorgasbord luncheon for the visitor,  and cha_mber members. ��� ,  There is no doubt that the tremendous  Thursday,' searching for: the best location  ' co-operatiofi which the Aquarium officials  for tlie whale which it ia estimated will  cost $20,000 f>cr year. Designer of Uic interior of V-nc'ouve'r Aquarium, Mr. Rudl  Kovac was also with (the party, the plan .  being to house the whale in ian attractive  enclosure which will attract1 tourists and  help offset the upkeep expenses.  Trainer Terry WcLeod has been Ihe  whale's constant companion since its capture and already the friendly mammal is  responding to human attention. Terry and  his wife have been living close by toe  enclosure aboard Sonny field's seine boat.  Twy -states toe whale Is In good condition  and believes it to be larger than Skana:  the whale has a few superficial scratches  which H Is believed were eauwd by the  while rubbing' against rocks to remove  barnacles. Dr. Newman will make a more  extensive &tudy of the mammal'ii cdodltion  wlicn It Is (transferred into a new enclosure  tfils week.  Officials of <hc Vancouver Aquarium arc  tremendously impressed by the potential  of the harbour as an observation centre  and another smaller whale has been ordered.  CO-OPERATIOM  pender Harbour Chamber of Commerce  lioited the vMtors and a tfcdtl coramlt-  have- received from ' the' Pender Harbour  fishermen and Chamber of Commerce had  some effect on the decision to keep the  whale in the area, ���, ,-���������  WHALE HUNTERS  Sonny Held has, always wanted to catch  a whale and aMhough it was his wedding  anniversary on toe night the whales were  heard In tbe harbor, hi. wife quickly  agreed to cancel party arrangements and  the hunt was on. Sonny says it is about  six year, since whales came through toe  narrows and tlie chance wa�� too 'good to  miss.  Besides the smaller whale ordered by  the Vancouver Aquarium, two orden. tor  whales feavc been received from California  and the whole harbor is alert for Dhc cound  of whales.  The $5,000 cJtequc was presented em  Tliursday of last week by Dr, Newman together with a bonus in appreciation of the  assistance received from the fMbermen, so  Sonny and his wife will have a real anniversary celebration. '  Minister without Portfolio, Hon. Isabel  Dawson sent a telegram congratulating the  fishermen on a "whale of a catch" and  expressed regrets at being unable to bc  present for the cheque presentation.  area,, the killer whale captured reef  ently. by Pender Harbour fishermen  seems to love company. Vancouver  Public Aquarium's [ chief trainer  Terry,McLeod is gradually making  the acquaintance of. the 15-ft. whale  whose sex has not yet been determined. A new enclosure is being  made and this week the big mammal  will be transferred from the herring  pond at Garden'Bay. Atythat time it,  is hoped a more lhorojj^hi examiha-  Uon will be made. ' '   vr   >.  Golf Club progressing;  seeding set for April  LATEST report from <he Sunshine Coast  Golf t and' Country Club reveals steady  progress both with development of greens  and membership. Flaps for a clubhouse  have been drawn up and .construction is  anticipated in the very near future.  First two hundred members paid $300  to join, next fifty pay an additional $50  initiation fee and already half toat number  has been attained. From two hundred and  fifty to three hundred the initiation fee will  be increased to $1<��. It Is tocrefore ��ug-  gcfc1<xl all Interested join now while li is  Mill possible io become a rofimbcr for $350.  Substantial expenditures are anticipated  within the next few weeks with purchase of  seed and fertilizer and In order to avoid  borrowing, i* is asked that /those holding  back on payment will come forward at ^his  time. Tills will help.avoid indercM on bank  ���loans which In turn "simply add to the cost  of the course. t  Social <eommiUc�� reports that the Annual  Spring Dance is 4hi��, year scheduled tor  April 6_i at, 7:30 p.m. at the Sechelt  Legion Mati. Ticket. wiU bo cold do members on a cm, come Cr&t terved huti. '  k  spent on. advertising,'; various expensive  . printed" matter and . car stichers;. ._1I in  'order to push through" the college.' The  Times has gone on record as being strongly  opposed to this extremely questionable project and urges, again, that all voters, get  out and vote March 7th. s  RECREATION can be a function of the Regional, District if an overall recreation  plan is approved by voters when a plebiscite is presented, stated Director of the  Community ��� Program , Branch Jim Pantbh  when he met last week with Sunshine Coast  Recreation Commission and directors of  the Regional Board.  Mr. Panion suggested a one quarter  mill taxWould raise $10,000, in addition  the Provincial Government would contribute $.,000 annual grant, plus up to $1,500  if a recreation director be appointed plus  additional $900 for an assistant director  and $300 for clerical help-  In the past, recreation had not been included in letters patent of regional,districts  because tbe department of municipal affairs felt tbat recreation was hot clearly  defined. ��� ' ",  . Director Cliff Gilker wondered what the  definition was and was told by Mr. Pan-  ton that it included sports, arts and Crafts  for all age groups. Director Gilker observed that the district pays four tenths of a  mill for an adult education program  through school taxes. He further stated  that there is - lack of playing field facil-  " 'pu^S3t>0  ii.  ities in the district which makes it difficult  to organize [activities for; lhe younger people.       ; "���./; V I;";;. '>���' '\.:':-'.',':".:'.'.   ���"' ������>-'���''��� ���"  NO SUPPOItT     '���;;'���' -.- ,':".;.���'���  Rir. Panton referred to the two year ex-  periimental program when Mr. Philr Lawrence was Recreation 'Dwector..T1w; Regional District ihad' not been formed. then  and the Community Pi��grams Branch was  anxious to find out if it wpould be better  to have someone worfuhg cloj��Iy wilij. recreation groups rather than give small  grants to individual groups. The Recreation Commission did not give Mr. Lawrence the necessary ���support, and his- efforts were n^tpublkkcd, ijiuchjof his. work  was token for granted and he did not have  the backing of the whole area. . ���,  K the central ire<_ie_4ton comes up with  a good plan, and does a good selling Job,  the plebiscite should go through and letter-  patent could include recreation, stated Mr.  panwn.v ������  , Chairman of the Regional Board Frank  West agreed (that taxation Is the only equitable basis for recreation costs. However  page A.  Brand new 1968 International fire  truck to serve the Gibsons Fire Protection District made its debut Saturday. Tliree of tlie happiest people  were tto.ei:,wfeo setwl on 'the ortg___l   Achlovermnt    committee. From left, tliey are  chairman George IUicgles, assistant  secretary Mrs. Vi. Winegarden, Fire  Qiicf BH1 Scott and secretary Mrs.  Ben^iChmtibetttrh'-'Vot the test  time the area has adequate fire protection and volunteer firemen have  lhe assurance all the ctraipmcnt is  operational.  V.^ .'* **tMft m*-i%JU(l1>> #* <f*>^-*W*^Wf���**  i^l^A/iiAl(VMVM<MMI>#M^��A^ ^f,*<*>*>*wi&#>^  ^<^~^*K^*m^>>^^*^^m*'N^\  lW^*i&^k#fcwltltyft*h^Hd'>^  Uti^fcft^ftt/rilS *��^j if Mcfaphone* ^___T^ ae<!^J��rie_,<n-tral^ mSS; .Used ���^___tt&, >  *���'"  Phone'885-0654,; ^J44Wfn>_Ma iMgfc;> $10 tip. 'f��,<m_5.  _440mn  w__li--|bip_h<_.i-  Published W*_n_5days_y'ife  The Peninsula Tiroes Ltd..  at Sechelr B.C  m,akes and's_ies^_^_to'Siife   TBOdi) toc&bl&toj&y A 'i_a_)A_\ )��_lri_  i����-���_*_   ��___jj^p^ >   rvsp^tfa   peninsula^Pnone ttsgU&sV'.  I  2   BURL ��_Sfe��* BWe^WrtiB   .-   c*-f." -' ^- >- i <>:* ^^Mn  serving the*  Member, A-_5t^_i__-^ ��� -  OT ____U__39  September 39-1.67  _*_nt4d-__t_fib_ 1999  Paid Ctax_s~_~ 1764  . (Subject fi>A_cGd   .  C___ffs_. A_y_rfiss_g _____  3-Line Ad-Briefs (15 words)'  One Insertion : 50c  with 7,000 ft lake front, .good  BA&fT sitter  l^eWriter. \ Almost   STANDARD > hot   water 'iafik,  i^mW Ittfr ' \ _it~v ^automatic. eJoctrie. t_e-  -   ���-'-"���-*-<���   infettt, good working .tradition,  220 VOlt, $25.  886-.442.-  ���'-'-���' VT"_t':> v?AV ��yw lft&ltt; jtet_5vo>-S  '-���    '-    J          ' fdplmi, power^wbtei&ihc ���  winch. .Ed.rsse-^ao. ���v- ,_-$$-i.  . .. ......-f... '.. - ..i.ji j ., |I.,  ELECTRIC' Chord I Orgatt,1  three Insertions    ���Extra fines 15 wonts)  -SJJOO   10c  jpg ��wj*c*le-l JB_ftJa��   feeto_:t>l_e_toP ��*: bedims   ��fiaEnI__fS__. **_*&  o��_*^~*8MB2_ ��r 885_228.   main floor, 1 bedrm lit, <#nch   SS";^';?^ ��� W��:�� ~  __��i_ ___ne-J_hd  nhone num.    t^><__U_^   ^^m-U^i 'IbitfiuAi^     iswn��. ....,���       <   * '    j  W  i, Sechelt, B.���.      t  1060-15  KEliv* Westminster, Donkey No.  1,0(9 complete with 'p. rigging, bloc_s __d _aMfe_6V Ac-  Pja_il>-F*b|eglai^_U^e--  /C__vas-~B<)_t- Hardware t ���  : Cfcnipr_$se4 ak:serv)ce for  1 sMndivers air tombs.  SMndivea- available for  .   ���    MsM*age wor_.  (This rote does noreppty to  eommerttol Ad-BnefsJ  BoxKlumbers���, I  lOceMns  [. _4k. .Q-  &,  S_X^I>IVE_t-_-b,__-t. Underr  :__*sx  _ort including dock   JJEw* -lodetai dujEflex olft.fe. __   gf^  fer_5��SS5r"''       ^.'S^!! "^-���?* *V. *"*&�������� tt��____J_W_*.' a^^^'I9,ly;;'0*��S  ifiand .new. tte&s than Inhale- *  sale.,Must he.lspW- Also ipst*  Point :co^merciii|_/_i_e. de^p1,  fryer, new conditio^ J&rfa^.  c6d.'to;se_, on cansignfaetiL ^Loo- '  Hmrr  tk*~(K5iwiliHs__f>r>til����i\vh��T��  _ib_o_5'  pubticottan date.  legal or Reader __v_t___g 25c  . pc count use.  Display   adrertisiag  ��b   c__���_tb_3  Ad-Brief coIaRnut, $1_>0 per ____  Subscription Bafes���  By mail. Peninsula area _$5.00 yr.  By mail, beyond 30 miles $5J��6yr.  By mail, special citizens Vsrpreat  By carrier .        . 5_c __��_.  WHX earsy oaf  in mporan home. 885-2828.  1428-16  ,..,.���   Terms  can lie '_m_��k oM   BHJ^WSS^li 'W^'   '"' - *^-l��---^.ll-__i-l_-l  00*nono        I ''^0 _ -__' ii -*.   ��M-P--8e^ H*-P__ft !_-_*- * ���^ ?^*eA<f,fl!t *-V��_u_t_ __soe col-  2 BEPRM home <mv# loi^t   ^M fe_jej^t_d ��&.   Wife.     ; T"~n filter to j^mini you that its onfy  W&H1--.  SSSBBBE^S  USED" piano required.  Phone  8S52SI9- 1444-16        i     I.,, i. ,. .  RE CONTKIBLU'IOSES _M assistance to our senior dozens housing project; I wish, to  announce our sincere appreciation of the many gifts and  many contributions to oar h__-  ding fund���from the Ladies  Auxiliary of the Royal Canadian Legion; Halfrnoon Bay  Community Centre; Lions dob  and all our many friends. ���  Harry A. ISO, President OAPO  Branch 36, Sechelt '     1441-14  WE , WISH to extend oar sincere thanks and appreexa-oa  to all those who sympathized  with us; sent letters of condolence, beautiful, floral tnbaSes  and attended the funeral service, during oar recent bereavement. ���Buck (WBbert) and  Mark Cranswick. I4_t-14  WE WISH to express oar sincere thanks to the doctors,  nurses and staff of St. Mary's  Hospital for their care of oar  1 daughter during her -loess. Also to Father D. MaeDooakl and  Father Power for their words  of comfort and to all the many  friends and relatives -who extended sympathy and heso_fi_L  floral offerings. ���Sir. and  Mrs. Clarence Joe. 1432-14  WE WISH -to express our^sio-^  cere "_b___s ^aStd/appreefalilfpfl- ~  to our inaJtry friends for their  kind wards-, acts of ^sympathy  and beautiful floral offerings in  the loss of our daughter and  sister. Particularly the doctors  and staff of St. Paul's Hospital,  Vancouver and St. Mary's Hospital, Sechelt. Special thanks  to Bev. Willis of Bethel Baptist  Church, Sechelt for his Mod  words. ���Mr. and Mrs. WaHy  Smith and son Bruce.      1429-14-  I WOULD like to thank my  many friends and relatives  for all the visits, gifts and  cards I received while in  Shaughnessy Hospital. A special thank you to members of  the Roberts Creek Community  Association; Royal Arch Masons, Ceorgia Chapter, Roberts  Creek; King Solomon, West  Vancouver; Mount Elphmstone  Chapter, No. 65, OES; Roberts  Creek Legion 219 and Auxiliary. ���Bob CUmming.     1426-14  W__J? WAMTtD      mtge will take car�� of _i_ch,of  WC_IES[ ta__her_  needed at   **"*��� ^^ ��* this almost _*sw  Pender Harbour Evergreens   3 bedrm. view home, GihsoJis.  27x14 ft living rm has raised  hearth fireplace and w/w floor  cover, 11x16 Idtchra-dulling stritb  modern appliances, extra  plumb, and finished room in  full concr. basement. 72 ft. lot.  B-ll price $26,800.  Selma park; A/hot' w_ter^_i   -$jj__*|�� ��_&# *M: <W excess, ^ N-& to ��___.ti Pfi_rie__ Jainhoree.  range,- fridge,   Idtcheitt- shite,   -_��i.-_c_ ___&___' -___L._ *.__i * znf,*,,^-** ��..��� ^._.*c.^*..'a.. -i.. .. _, _"  bedrm fiirniture, and liVldg tan  fcrrn.  all in  parcel  price o.  $?,500.   $3,000 down.  LOW interest -rate ��NHA mort'  gage and  (if neeessak^)" 2nd  Nurse in every home.��. ���  [ep��f t on  sims&es iiie  o_f paV^d _igb^_jrl Prated iim ] *>&Bsareft by _ie'&in____j fjoast Ga^cs, ww0 ���peii<. it,  ��?*�� ���  ���    . /;-V    ^^^S'^fr^^^S       HJltarSug fining, that is.   '-  f)6-  4^8.  and ,olhe.: tHoite , �� *& fcift^ <a*eL1^1 al^       What witt _U ihe toidical healffi pro-  ^^He_: o_: ��_e   ^ji&i-f ��^��e*;0llPJn.1ffl &e records run out mms plamied <,- aU.eaay j- existehee, . hur.ing course,  Coask:fc_iiJ_j_t tthtik Lfewi. 'or *   vj*- 64J? YlBs�� coffee free but fating your there hardly seems to be atoy point in A St. John home aiuising course lakes ?  * __,._.     * ,t*_^   at   jgu^- , ��w_t lu_��fh. For ,bilfe_s or t transporiatioa learning to treat illness in the home, -light two hours "a'week for ej^ht weeks, tt helps i  _^._   i_w>Ar<nvi inhntio fiKJMii    /^��*.^.��-._  _^.m_  :_ k_.    .... _-_ 11   .n i_ ._<..   .^.  4 ..   ��    _.  it.  <-.ri.        ' '_. ~u.^_ ._'.t *_^._>.-ic   ___   t.��_   _._���!���    7  public through loeal St. John branches, htilt  Miss Hunter emphasizes that it is meant  to   supplemeriit,'.- not  .upplaht the ��� home  3tf6rti?h  ia 31-deira Park. Phone 883-  2255. , 1384-14  REAL estate sahsman familiar  _ith S__shine;, Coast property. lEyfrilpflt office co-opera-  ti_n inovided together,with ad-  e<5_ste Sa<Jyp*ti^iing _llowance.  Reply Bos 1534, the limes.  . . ^ ,;J534/tfn    ���  ���  ���    _    . ���    ���  SALAL PICKERS WANTED  Phone Mrs. Noid- Wilson  885-9746 or write:  Box 390, Sechelr, B.C.  875-t-n  CA1XJSON EVERGREEN  CO.  Boherts Creek  Solol Pickers Wanted  Huck 32c Bunch  Salal 32c Bunch  C__3_ct plant before picking.  Located  at  Boherts  Creek,  across street from store.  Office. Phone S&-93W.  Gibsons and Burquitiam  .     -"^ _sS844^  I3,IL08MG SUPPLIES    \-'  Phone 8BfS-2633  ^..^"t    -*" '���*- .-liso-t-o  _���'S-iK J-"^'-' '.���" '-J'J ' f  P��^DER HARBOUR  EVERGltEHNS  Madeira Park  *.      �����      _      .       _.  Sola! Pickers Wanted  Huck 32c Bunch  Salal 32c Bunch  Coffltaet plant before picking  Located 1st bouse north Pender  Harbour Hotel  Phone 883-2265        i  1184-tfn  F��3 BENT  PERSONAL  FOR complete information on  Marine, Industrial and Liability insurance: Claims acdV  Adustments, contact Captain  W. Y. Higgs, Marine Consultant, Box 339, Gibsons. Phones  886-9546 and 885-9425.        489-tfn  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous. P.O.  Box 294, Sechelt, B-C  Phone  886-9876. SSMfo  MY | TRACTOR   not   avaHalie  for   hire.   George   Ch-rman.  886^62. 1332^53  COP1ES OF PHOTOS      ,  APPEARING IN  THE TIMES  may be obtained promptly  5x7 SIZE, 1JS EACH  6 (same .abject) 1.00 earJi  J2 (same subject) so each;  8x10 SIZE, 2.00 EACII  6 (same sobject) _��� 1_0 cad.  12 (same subject) 1__ eadh  .LEAVE YOUR ORDER  AT THE TIMES  PETS  .PUPPIES for sale. Reg&rtrml  Doberman PirtMrhers, c__i__��-  ionship stock. f&S-ZKlS.  1C5-IS  W01IC WAI  NTED  HANPYMAN,   cabtort   roatrr.  will do odd jobs. Reasonable.  Ph. 886-9902. TSStfn  TELEVISION   and   r*/fc>   re*  pairs of any nature, pnaiij*  serrirn.    Phono K839*&4.  GENTS   S_mse_eepmg    room,  clean,    trarm,    private    entrance. Trnrels and linen supplied. Selma Park. 885-9535.  1138-tfn  HALL for rent, Wilson Creek  Commhnity HaB. Contact. Mr.  Glen Phillips. 8-5-2183. 1095-tfn  TWO bedroom   self  contained  cabins,    also   one   bedroom  -nits. Winter rates. Vic'S Motel,  -35-9551. .288-tfii  WINTER rates: Fully furnished  cottages, $G9 month plus  -fiBities; also weekly and nightly rates. Also available, full  trailer hook-ups. Phone 885-  SQGS, Misswm Point Motel.  i_4&4fn  SECHELT���Furnished and un-  f_r_i5_��d one bedroom units.  Oomhmsdkm kitchen, living  room, bathroom, electric heat  Phone 835-3333. l~81-4fn  . BOOM furnished house, out-  __!e Gibsons. 88&2SSJ.  103_-15  BIG house for rent from April  to October. Could be partly  f-rmshed. Roberts Creek area.  P__B�� ESS-zaZB. 1439-14  2 BEDROOM  house with   full  concrete ba_ement for rent or  lease, Davis Bay area. Phone  f~3S-_325. 143744  ,1.���.���^..���.���^^.���������.Y'"-*���- - mm* i'-" ���  CABIN araila-le for a pensioner as watchman or caretaker���rent  free.  Roberts  Creek.  VftOfOtt _SS-3__. 1438-14  ���....     i '   NICE warm batchelor cottage,  f-Tnfabed, $&. Phone 886-  25K�� after 6 pjn. 1055 tfn  El��AlL iSTAlU  REDROOFFS���Modern   4   bed-  rooa home on 2 Iota, close to  headh an_ safe boat anchorage.  IJtSeg room. 2S��S; firrpbee.  BrSiW caf>. MtehwJ; rec. room.  AosJ hral, dfale earport. Lovely  laalccjped yard with patio.  Safe by otmrr, |~M>cc cvcnlnRa  B_.-97RE or wrilc Box 470 c^  Prt_~����la Tiroes, Box 381. Se-  cfeete, BjC. 4&ttn  GIBSOKTS    Bllildirtg    Supplies < S^*' ^^ ^re^'only ts^o _ad one half  KEWLY,cleared Gibsons view    fiaJiHy H_-_y-l--_?_ idtlci^ei..   Mfic *Usl tte.��a__B.  lot, conv. location, $1,600 <��_$_    Serving fefe area lor _. yearh ��� ��� 11---** mention names but-there -Was  SD-ttu  phone 8_>;99_l. Getyour calls in early, it's as well check into the hospital at the first  passible gbat our square dance homes will sign of a _ni��Qe, ache or pain (after all,  bav_u toall-to-ttall. people after tie _4uar_ it's practically free, isn't it?),  ^hcuig is over. At SSc per head this could This sounds logical until one realizes  be' a really big show. that (these new services are the very things  l__ring about"hh| sWtos and good times %** are .o"1. to stretth already dvertaxed  had, ifee went to the Hhj��_i__ HaH last flight hospital facilities to near the  breaking  vWhet. the Gibsons fequaraiaders were in point  Ahd whether the services are free  or not won't matter very much, if you  can't get into a hospital because there's  a "mother protect Iherself ahd her family ^  against accidents; (te'&ches her to recognize  early sighs of illness; shows how to prevent  the spread of infection, and teaches her  Simple nursing skills.  , _iiss Hunter points out that there are j  "very,good personal reasons why young  mothers and homemakers should have, I  knowledge of home nursing ___ls."  She  adds, "M&ny patients, jpartic_l_tiy childfeh  already a waitihg list as long as _ $50 roll   ?nd older people, _eep to. respond more  CALL  on   us  for  details  on  Revenue -Properties.  E. McMynn 886-2500  Do Wortman        886-^393  J. Warn 886-2681  Box 238,  Gibsons, B.C.  lM-iS1  THE SUN SHINES ON  VILLAGE���Lovely   spacious - ,2  LEGAL NOTICES  this caller who was away out man did he  pull _. couple of weirdo's. It's just lucky  of surgical gauze.  The recent report of, .the Boy al. Commission oh health services has predicted a  readily to care in their-own -beds.,��-  For recuperating from illness, after all,  there's ho pace like home.' '  Form No. 15 (Section 40)  LAND ACT  Jedroom^    home,     hardwood   3*^ of-fetenliott to A&ly to  floors, fireplace, A��oil heat,  aux. elec. wiring, attached garage, full high-basement, $18,-  900.  WATERFBONT home���large 4  bedroom, basement, pool table  size rec room., A-o_, heat, fireplace qn 100' WF. Good buying  at $25,000. I  SUMMER cottage on waterfront. Some terms.on $12,000.  Purchase Land  iEaat he had a great bunch of square danc- n^ ^ eye^r-in^reasing^ntonbers^ friers. We came to a complete stop, turned "J "' " '^ *!" "" "  io our corner and talked about the rain we  had and ho^* it's ajboht tinie we started  digging in the garden and so on. After a  few moments to compose his thoughts,  that is fc geT toem back "from cloud nine,  we were going great-_gah_ Cheer Up  young f&KHw: I __}__. _ hilstake ohce while  calling too.   ,.  Don't forget the'date of our next big  square dance in two "Weeks time, a night  to remember. Yesj I '__nk it will be so  will- leave you "with fifis thought in mind.  ���see you at the-Tsquare 'dance.-  Gibsons firemen report  In Land t Recording^Dishijt  of Vancouver and situate im-  surveyed vacant Crown land in  the vicinity of Lot 4686, Group  1 N.W.D. (vicuu^jr of Four Mile  Point, Sechelt Inlet).  ^ ^_.      1.,^  take nouce that Victor j\BW wet* trnrlr arrival  RusseU Walters of Sechelt, B.C.    "^   1UC lL IW#A. alllVal  f>cc^p_tion logging operator in-    JUST after,<he.fora__tj��nr of Gibsons Fire -      ...     ���  ^ .-__.���_���_    -  tends to apply for permission to -,     Protee^qn Bjstricf on. January 1, 1967 ��r%^i5 most importaat,that we ceu|erve  2 bedroom fc6me,<. garden lot, , P^chase the, following descrifc-/which take, in th.'___a from the Cemetery i��jf*L **&&*- *fe^ ^�� ?^4 them  elec.  hteat  $8,950   with  $3,000    r*>A*:     "        . '> L��__-te'___^_s; bids went"out for a m<>?t; ��he_aeutely _1 .  ed personnel in the health field. The Commission emphasized thht individuals _nd  families will have. to. assume (the responsibility of caring for themselves in all but  cases ot serious illness.  In addition, Emergency Health Services  has stated that in case of disaster, one  person in every home, proficient in home  nursing, is an abso ute necessity.  It is with these rery real needs In minjf,  that St. John At sbulance has recently  stepped op its hom< > nursing program. Last  year over 6,000 Cai ladiaiis ioofe this training.  Miss Margaret M. Hunter, Reg., N-,  ehief nursing officer for St. Join Ambulance, says the association is more con;  cerned about patient - care in the home  today than ever before.  ��� ^Although - new hospitals-. >are , being  built," she sa^s, "there are still not enough  to meet the needs of our population. There-  'Going to bed can cure almost half of,  one's ills, and getting ;,up; the other hallf  ji      *r      r  -���!"���   ---.���t���i_--. Jtf.-iyi^UtfMft.���������-,f���    . ���   ��� _ _   *  ANGLICAN CHURCH  "SAINT HILbA'S���SECHELT   >  6:00 a.rn. -veiy Suftddy  9:30 a.th. ChurchlSc-rool  11:00 o.m. 2r>d,.Mh; 5ih Sundays  7:30 p.m. 1st and 3rd Sundays y  Services held reguliriy. in .    \>\  GARDEN BAY, REDROOFFSTond EGMOW  For information phoneJS85-97��3,j.. '  Every Wed. 10 cm H. Communion St. Hlllo'fl  heat;  $8,950   with  $3,000  down. - Commencing at a,post plant-' new ^ truck-Hub Fire Engine Company  __nash  yourse-Unew   4 lroom **   S.E.'corner   of   DL   4686 o�� Abbotsfoid was  the successful bidder  house on X00*_200' lot   Durbid &eiuai &*  fa  -^  ^fi^e _al.ti,e *"** w P^����a in March. Due  roof and amminum windbws in Vs0 n- ^or&\ ^^^ 165<J Ft- ^ the War in Vietnam, delivery on a ehas-  $4,500. \  SILVER SANGS���75' waterfront in protected bay. Luxury  honie. H.D. wiring. High basement, double carport, fine  beach, dock and ways. $32,000.  Try your terms.  Treed WF lot, $8,900.  Harry Gregory���885-9392  H. B. GORDON &  KENNETT LTD.  Sechelt, B.C. 885-2013  1313-8  JUST A FEW LEFT! Sheltered  WF lots, lfolfmoon Bay, easy  access. Prices frotaa, $5250. Attractive terms.  in a S.W. direction to point of  commencement and containing  17 acres, more or less.  The purpose for Which Hie  land' is required is to square  off hack Dontion of DL 4688 and  nr. i5S7.  VfcCTOR RUSSJELL WALTERS  Dated Jan. 15. 1968.  1 _?2_I.ih. Feb 14. 21. 28. Mar P  SLT^H-NE COAST  REGIONAL DISTRICT  Garbage Dump Site  West Howe Sound Area  Southerly 10 chains of lots 3  and 4 Lot 1S07' <Jp. i; NWD  Phih 1S07.  sis and auxiliary - equipment were up to  six inonths,-before the Hub company could  go to work on the - assembly.  The truck is- an l_tea___oii_l Tilt Cab  with a 427 cubic inch V8 motor; it carries  500 gallons df water, and besides the usual  hose capacity^ is equipped with a Ughting  plant, two self-contained brt^thing apparatus, and radio communication that is linked with the Gibsons Village Truck.  The Fire Protection District and the  Miss Hunter says she hopes the new  "Patient Care in me Home" manual published by St. John will stimulate increased  interest in home nursing in Canada..  Ah easy-to-read, ardfermation-packed  supplement to the Association's Home  Nursing courses, ii tells the homemaker  how to do everything from preparing an  ice pack to coping with emergency childbirth.      ,   \  It is filled with simple, procedures that  make caring for an invalid _t home easier  for both the patient ahd the homemaker.  For example, did yoti know that .pills  for small children should be crushed between two spodns?���fthat beds id thfe.homfe  BETHEL BAPTIST $HUR���I  SERVICE: - 1     SECI  $un-.y School ��� 10:Q^ a'in.  Chute. SerVSce ���11:15 OJm.  Prayer ---Wednesday 7:30 pin.  KEY. A.WILU5,, PASTOR A  You _*_ hvrlred to olteri. an^ or eafcn servfee  sumnm mm  gospr cHimcti  (UndenonifndHon-D  S.n���o>Sc^li6:6._.fei.  C-uk. Seririe- lltlS _/Ri.  Evening Setttite IfiWpM. -  PASTOR REv*. S GASSfeti.  b_TU feoy tlobd cc3 Ar.oto  {2bl6tH#hhfaM&#m   ,  ..���������'-I   ..<     *Ht.|.i* y<i..HHIir.    11 , .^ni|. tl,n|.i l|[l |[ II   ll|l  i^  VHl_ge now have the finest fire fighting cause discomfort to both patient _nd home-  equipment between them wjith _ common maker because they're too low, and that  Fire Department. The ttfe older trucks are raising the bed just a Hew inches with  to be stripped down for water carriers, wooden blocks or tin c_lfis filled with S_nd  ahd residenlB can be asshred that upon a will toiake a big dlfferehee hi conVehience  fuS c^>,y��a w-l sumni'on one ixu-dator -nd cttmfort?���_iat a simple, c.rdboard  RETIREMENT SPECIAL! Cozy  2 Bdrm cottage on view lot.  On transportaition, close PO,  beach and store, $2750 doWn on  FP   $7,000.  10 LOVELY ACRES: Southern  exposure, A-l waiter supply. 3  Bdrm home needs some work.  Outbuildings etc. Sacrifice  price of $10,000.  ATTRACTIVE: 4 Bdrm home  oh view prop, and what a view.  Bright all electric kitchen with,  adjoining dining room. Sundeck  Is reached through trench doors  JErom dining room. Full concrete bsmt, A-oii funlbce and jDe^alia may be obtained fironi  utilities.  Grounds nicely Had-   undersigned who  will  receive  The clearing of three acres,  '^vision 'of, ah access road,  and preparation of the site for  garbage dwposai is required at  the propmy described above.  Bids maty be submitted eith-  'er:   ���'  <a) for the timber on the area to be cfeared ,  or  <b) for the complete preparation of the' hrea and, siccess_  road with the Value of the timber, to be offset against the  work.  and amhSuiance, two fire truck- and two  ��� w&*er; ipa^riers. 1  ^^tidoe. aSl this cost is a question  often 'flstepl The answer Is 1.07 taills,  which ih the average household means 6ix  doU_r^,j_ yeAr; some paying slightly more,  sflhiie less. This is one dollar more than  we.ttsed to solicit voluntarily before the  district was organized. Anyone in this district is now paying 50c per $100 dollars  Fire Insurance, if yfai conipire this with  rates hi an unorganized district, you wiM  find their rates are $1.75 pef one hundred  dollars u_;ujiance. }t you Jive In a $10,000  home you are saving $125. fa three years  on your pohey, of which you are giving  tlie irhprovelnent district $18.  ThetrUck tyas on display at ithe Sunny-  crest PJtaza, Saturday M-rch 2, with a few  firetmehf to explain some of the equipment.  cradle ah_de from a hot with two sides  removed  will protect  lhe  p)l$e|it  from  bedding which can Weigh very heavily oh  tbe .feet after a few dayfi?  ' The manual is available to the general  St. John's limiod Church  iktkoa CtessLt B.C.  Sii-.aVSchdoM:4��5���Q.fri.  Divine ttr&m-ri hi- &rl  Lt��lbvMlsiHr.E.C-m)>bEll  Except on _od Sunday eti���n momn  family Service-1,1:is o.m.  bivlne SerVlce-rdilO pjtn.  Led by Rfev. W. M. Cameron  ror^'rt.trfc!f6rcV#[_-  Phono 005.9744  H  BWWTJ'i'  "\.  7  N___��~__v--����**.��r ���"���������**-"-'^*>*������� . *.j--v.  ���**_._  .*>.** 74.  . -���         '     "������ . .i     ..l1  ��������� ��� .i.^--.-     * .  scaped with double fish pools.  Terms 00 $15,000.  ONE: Ijovely acre In good location, only $1800.  ULTRA MODERN: Executive  home situated on Ige. landscaped view lot. Custom designed 2  Bdrm home, W-W carpets  throughout, fireplace in sp_c-  ious living room. Sparkling tlio  balhroom features ewlascd  tub, convenient cabinet kitchen  with adjoining laundry room.  Taetefully decorated. Cleaii electric heat. Many extras toclu.  ded in full price of $27,500.  CONTACT US: for lucrative  business opportunities and revenue properties,  K. BUTLER REALTY  & INSURANCE  Gibsons, 830-3000  Tho Progressive Realtor  UNDERWRITING UFE  AND MORTGAGE  INSURANCE  ltctrre��rrr\litj?  MONTREAL LIFE  1    INSURANCE CO.  1��34J4  '-jte-tyetti  up to" Noon, frlday,  Mtirch 15th, 1068. '     1  CHARLES F. GOODING  Secret.ry,  Sunshine Coast'  1 Regional District  14431���Pub.  March 6,  13, VM  POATS a ENGINES  WANTED, ahrmmum bo4t,  12  ft, approx., In good whdltlon.  Phone 885-zm ,   1403 IS  8 FT PLYWOOt* dlngtry, $16.  Phono 8S5-_m     '       1442-14  ___  HOUSE maer, S'KtT with at  taehed living room and carport. Ideal for 1 two jpcrwfts.  May be _eeh Big Maple Tratier  Court, Wilson Creek. Pl��ma  eas-ccst. . iso^ttn  Father, report card in band, to small  srm: ,"W's too bad they don't give a grade  -for courage. You'd get,an A for bringing  this home."  cA!t_ 0^ rtmctts  i  I960 ZEPHYR 4 dr sedan, stan)  Kja��l,    good    condition,    Him  1��_S. 10_S-14  1050 BOIM5WAIU), good ruijining  condition. $125. 886 0C56 (-ves.  1063-15  THIS VITAL  YOUNG  RELIGION  Th*r�� _r�� ft*6. a\tikm p��c^>1��  orown- ih* wmi4 today wM> �������-  lkv�� that th�� unification of mantclnd  _ th�� win of Q44 for our ofa h>*y  fcitt Th��iM��l��*i fi��ahtf K. .  tVrbapt Botia*l b what yon am  fotfMng Ihr.  Boh-i't of %unxhlt)9 Coaft  EOHA M. fOOTl  R.O. I, S��_t^>. P-C.   -i  ii  ,;   StE���MEdt A��E��^Cfe  ��� This ft** reminder of toMrifi event. Is a ge'rvic. of _&HELf A_feWci_S  LTD. Phono Penlnsulqf Times direct fpr free listings, specifylna "Dot.  Pod",, Ptease note thot spoco it iirnlted and same advonce d<ifes moy  Hov. to wolt thfelr turn; also tfiat mil is 6 ''remliWer'' ll^inji ��W -^  cariribt olWpys tarry full details.        '  Mo'rch _���8 bsri. Sechelr Garden Club meeting. Mrs. Mom. Die Hqrt  residence. ' > ,  March 6���8 p.m. Hospital CottOQe.Sechdt. Fall Fair meeting.  Morch 8���8 p.rrt. St. John's United Cburck D6vls Bay.1 trOveloaue  presented by district librarian, Mr. J6hn Sell.  March 9���7:30 p.m. Art* CouncJI Annual Mectlno and Party. Rod ond  Gun Clubhouse, Wilson Creek,  March 11-���2 p.m, St. Bartholomew's Pdrlsft Halt Gibsofft. St. Patrldc's  Tea ond Bake Sale. |  March   13���2'p.m. Madeira Pork Medical  8fdg.  Hospital Auxiliary  meeting,  March H-���2 p.m. St. Hilda's Parish Hall, Sechelt. Hospital Auxiliary  meeting.  ASK FOR OUR FR|C BfeOCrlUfeB  REAL .STATE  INSURANCES  Mtrttlpl* ilriins Servlca  Voncouv��r lt__| EifOT*  Coord  phono msim  oibsoms offici piidN. W.-rbi3  **"��**��wwwl_iwaJfcjWW��WWWMi��W��IWI��WliliWI��l��llllil)ip  ���*�� '..4 i*.ikiiii,i.. ,,_*��_���_,i��� ���mjw��^A  _j--t-__Si.i7^.jU"LJJL'^jjTir'rir*" .  vrf  I  e,  k  ""��  \*t *i,,* ,Aifin*ii>i **i,*r**!  N^H^lVjM^flV** ^^i^^tf^*f^^��1**>>l>mtt'��*}��?*V**'S*^     > k2_t_w4____SS___^^  ���i y, rV1,    **.    ii.-i..^-   i.ifl���__r_1--r.-ii-fliJ1 . f _T .���nwrfrfahrr  Jt  ***��_i_**f-��-_(i��*iWd_*M^  ��� _~.fi iK;  penings  >-- ^ _:   f  ���&y El.Sj ^r>ye3 ��fi_. Ma*%n ft&j  ���"r.r>   tf,v W'< ,"!_������*  ji*?#6&.  ��*'  A-3  -+���-    i*--.-*' M,  ^M_ll!/2Mk^hf.:  -J- *-*���-* a-. i��-f  * If*   ^-rtT1"-}"?'    _.   *��� ���  \  ;#;*__$_ js'M lf��*Ht#��$ ___#'ttjutet  j&b__T"__�����_.�����' at&tAa*en & ��__���*m_��_  u'|h i&ntfoops  JHA MllEBAY, normally of Xi_ooel/WK>Je, was too far to'fa^-,.-,. -_ __  $e other day ~fom Viplowa where she proper^. bfaledst- for: a .l^..^me.  ^���i_.M_^ *- *���__���'_ ������_-_.__������. ** ��,!�����**      -Realestate n^_^t^['��> this scribe  early Decewbe^ lh|* ^t>jivbuld wreck  their phats of dey^p^rjjpi^Slor greater  1 "*tJ$kMej(iM _i|h|fah educa^tni^ Jnfee^ ,'waft helo^4^._^��aBW;';a^it>anl^-��!  /   -   M^k"%^t^^_^n&^Tte^l(|;  pruyid^tem^iftahd'^ar^sr^rear   , ���    , .    -    ��.������,-.  j ioHfce' Wem^g ^r__'4B. offmmunjiy.cnlfage. / Job, ^rom whitm heard t>_^;cpr,ta!f%  "jjfe^b^ltos'^ _^ha1f ��1 _&#J-��cHfcfteJ  Onei ftue__on ite asjted coiic��f��ing' th'e   enioyedr Stfop&l ye .heat More tram -me . ���< 'moftnKHbWk ihi- 'iim^et isdh^hs^igh  sfatm re4pmrs4 h h& idda of toe collie   ^MIkc4 '��_j#nuP-iiM<te fti^u*^ ��� ,    '���;!    i^^^-���-^--^^^^' .____:_S!eL  -  -to-ttfc,MWlJ��-&Bte'dlsjxict. -W_ ieel/thgf     trld^y;;^ .^cheri j^d a 'coWntion J J4-ic'Mck>:  ,    _i_r��tw^fc__es$a!ry-to_i��^^ Uj&ftftitify'  studenits^ genera| view was.   ' ",'       " '    picK_ig*u^/'al^auit|t0^ee^i,:*" *~*^    *��*��!��**����� .1  jlVfir^eanost part (they"didn't sefeni 4ov & We're j^^v&j^y.^oane  fcno^eotf $n_chj_bout,-except for whailaas   *ut ij&_ody'i^M^bpii_1h0'd>jr ,   , ,    r  .  ^h't*du^t;iupJda-i��g-_ie last few weeks. *     live' J(|��aaps'ra__*eMe_''lo^ Squatnish. to   #P- 4TO��|BL"fl-lt Ito^'ifc^  Thfetollowinj! .pinions are (thos. of'^ud-   play b_._etbaC- _$ie-\4_jp>jip Avas'__ndst' *h ^W��*J. i^jasi __resfr <ft-Usj^r _1|_  ^i^*.^''."^'*011^^ reaUy"  normal _*<:e��* Ibr'jspmehody' pidUhg out   COL__CHV_ BASGAJMIi-G ,"'*��� '",  n!^^' ^ r1* 'present\time there are 70   their fa_#Ms_ a^.4ootM^--s^W ' -' *_f4herei_i'i��fil4aiJ_.ea_s^ ' people/ Tllrmigh t>4fliti��_ $ye _aye a fi^bit-,. BEf.^ETT'S HA$i9��EM B1G6-ST  prim! '^daate^ w.tiraa.^ $nd 9 and   yoi*' only _a* those^ ffiifags pp *_tefr_5ki_i    fjar_|airmlg-l^,teffi/iai*ns a__e6_t_re ' ife _h_ifee .4- get * jsdjwre, deal" ,- BOAST    \    ��� >���'_��� ^ ;' ���v  *'  ithere ^reifaree hundred students. v?h_t is   ffihey arrived atifeeix 4^aJi<^b&ore^   dSSWltoEj6- *"-^*    '     '    ^   '-'        ^ i-_ a_ ____-_���__-���_-. irt-__-.   - - --.-*--.  going ^happefiwh^n they get to Grade 12.   Squatnish students' ��erei-^'h*' i,-*"s"' *-^       '-*  ���    ^5r-  The;^0 gtudents.in Grade 12 aren't sure of   lhe games iot _n_eH$y  where1 ptey can continue lh^ir educition.   Giphie's ieaan. all pi" '  fl^ie fextra iwo^dollar. a year on IheHaxes    only the- senior- girls  might as well-go to something usefial-=_fv their ��dms*eJ#-*s.  Y  pro-  is alreacty ^411'^ j>ijgr^_wer  jechti <'* > ����� ? y A"**-t ^ ' - * ^-*' *J * ���*   ,   -  . C^rtf_trihg,4aeu__Bojfl of this  provinceejdf��0Ur^;tb'O^te" places, swing  shiiEts^ft ;��flr ,sciidjals w> %ve^buittjs in-  eonyenieiii of ^course &&_��&-_ hardship.  NDP.Stra��h_hthiust wake <as, ^gpud an  argument _s_e/.^^hbweve^l���� convince  the^e_s^&Ws.suppojr^^lba<;k in Cowicban  and toeafh his taobey. *Bs forceful w_y  of ; getthig f it * ^cr&ss tms - jrritaiun^:. Hon.  ^t^1.^^.^^..^?-^ 7^ 5T,,rT?   wild man _*cau_e he was making his point  "*   P__eti��__g iKSh fwM V&��- " V     V  ,|Sin?e-we-took-this seat in ibis gallery  nine, days\agp," 4_l��- Inembfifs have inn  thru1, a nf_liob-wotd--to h..r and refute  _rfe_anotions of "fiori-edflfidehee, but it- has  of could, the chance  and lhat's- what; we  jmembers are opttm-  ^me _iis^!_nd<6f>  ������nuv tim somiwnmuazvuwuiuuviu   -,f-r-^1-->-T-----T-{-.( -     - of'ififetn" are'dubious  the' Minis will benefit from it, whyJ not?    The niain delay in g^iilpomS prom fa   3^-r^_?*v ^'^"^^^ "~"T ' *^ ^i#et to ^Jyihg^^oU ^'�� -ebate,   e*;fw", ��"f ^f1.!^?^^^?!^   SSS^i��t��� :J?]j fe 'ffe JffiS. ��n  be the ferries. H_e U;30 a_h. &h-Jr djdn^t -    %4^a ^m*** iUH��fa&jt1&'_.   ifc -G-giaroi we_t on'tt^]J__mtoop. TV   FnAjy.^fhe-tradget feJte togh>ght of the , wm<m*lZ af^arriy^ for^datnshur.  arrive in Horseshoe Bay until 12:15 p.m.;  but we shouldn't eampjain. at le.st there  was "a terry*��-i���~   [ -    r   ���  For ,|li��se^6ricei^e4,<_fr. "JE^ete"- did  get bis .do0.1b_ckv' ". 'j"*\  After'all, #ey are,the future ieiitazensi ;Ii*s  a Very good start to gdt a heifer eduea-  itaanai sysfeSn^in ^e^rovihe^ Tfife_ majority pf the students do seem <to be in favor  of it; when _be adults go out to vote on  the 7th of >J_arch, we.hope 4hey remember  they are"voti_^.|or;'somepiing j&a^-wiil  definitely benefit itheir clriJdren--,��, \--^ - .  - On -Thursuav-^_ght--_ie-43rade^8^party  S"' et^cfevef>"iMmar_e_ "^>lieeitfa_:  . '*..  verjr ^ug�� JbecSuse  '4tiiejJ^ihg^ "*���*'  / fbe ,risin_; c_st^"1iv_nt1&_s'wjiied"  gaihsttttade" in 4il.' last 'co&ti_ei and "o^;,.,  Sf te, .inereased ^xaitont __4 tngu inter-  est. fates* mem mople have to get more  j^ddtey^'Moof-isaid.^      ' .  The, existing- twd-year conteaet, which  raised, ithe b^se rate hy 40 eehte ito J-.76  an &dur,.exj5^sih'June% - ^ ^ <  *"fitoore said^^-liicaus_~��_"_ae, vafilous  stages- r^jilired Ky-tile- l^Bor' l_w_] lhe  partiesr-w_l ~r_rve--(tor--ma__'-pttb1_^ statements which:cons.olidate itheir -positions and  ma!te it harder for them to change. ) * "  1 silence is:bi;oken.  _nd excitement  MUREAY'S GARDEN & PET  SUPPLIES  LANDSCAPING - PRUNING  iWer Point Road  Gibsons, B.C. - Dial 806-2919  FRANK E. DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  i i *  j Bol OlocTc - Gibsons  I -  j   i ��v_ry Wednesday  886-2t_6  TASELLA SHpPP  Ladies' - Men's - Children's Wear  Yafd Goods - Bedding - Linens  Dial 885-9331 - Sechelr- B.C.  RICHARD F. fCCNNETT  \ NOTARY PUBLIC  T*3epij6ne Gjisoris 886-_4B1 - Res. 896-2131  CHARLES ENGLISH LTD.  Reel Estate & Insurance  BOB'S APPLIANCES    -    ��  .Sales _< Service * \  Benner Bros. Block, Sechelt, B.C.  Phone .885-2313  't    ....ii. -i-       ������  i. 4 ri. SWANSON LTD.   .  |<^_c Tftfetsapd OiWin fields - 0ackhoe ond  x Front End Loader Work.  Scr_e_ed Ce_tent Grave) > fill and Road Gravel  Phone 885-9666 - Box 172 - Sechelt  i")  ninumi   ;i| ��� ���^_-i_-��.iT-____-^___->iii-i.��-ii-_i__i_ii_--i -i-wiiii-i_.��ii-ii-i _-ii_i-  MADEIRA MARINA  Madeira Park, B.C.  tout QMC Service Centre - Peninsula Evinrude  Cooler - Cabins - Trailers & Hook-up -Camp  , iites - Trailer Court - Launching Ramp  Phone 883-2266  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE  AND CABINET SHOP  Custom cabinetry for home and office  Kitchen Specialists  ft .irJcfa, Beach Ave.. Roberts Creek  Phone 886-2551  Gibson girl beauty salon  Gibsons Village  Experts at cuts, coiffs and colour  Custom (,Pewi��;��� Phone 886-2120  (CLOSED MONDAY)  H* ��� ��� -~*.���: ���  For Your Fuel Supplier  Danny Wheeler  ; Your  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  886-9663 - Hopkins Loridins  i <_TfP y w-i���i-n���-������ -������.������ -.-ii ��� ��������� �������� .wt��� ������ "��������������������������������i ������  GIBSONS HARDWARE LTD.  Your Marshall Wells  i      Dealership.  |>hone 886-2442 - Gibsons, B.fc  PENINSULA CLEANERS  John Hind-Smith  REFRIGERATION  ~ piyrStfEUbbN,  .  TO PENDER HARBOUR  Phone 886-2231  from 9 o.'rn; to 5:30 pjm.  Res. 886-9949  JScows -���'Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  :    LtD.  Heavy Equipment Moving & Log Towing  L HIGGS  Phone 885-9425  THE ff>6G_RY  Ladies' _nd Children's Wear  Open six days a week  , Phone 885-2063  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  -    -, '      &BS0W;  t&f> e��t ^ftNA<;_$  fjo dofn payment^', ahk interest -  ' " Ten years to ��oy*  Cbmplefe line of appliances  Far free esffmoto���Call 886-2720  TWIN CClE_K LUMBER  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  ,    Dial 886-2808  When You Need Building Supplies  Give Us A Call. ���  FREE ESTjMAT-S   BOAT OWNERS  Consult Copt. W. Y. Higgs  Box 339, Gftaotfs, B.C. <��� 8S6.9546  Re INSURANCE CLAIMS  or   BOAT SALES   Phone 885-2062  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS  ;' appmAmces ~;��LECtRlC HEAT  Phone 085-  c & HifiiimS    r~J  SECHaT.e.c.  ./pPpfaiCZS'- HAfcfrwARE  HOME FUftNISHlNGS  Pfipne 885^9713  -__--. -__-_. -.  ttutae 805^2818  NITA'S .BEAUTY SALON  Open in the IBenher Bldck  Secjbelt, B.C. ,  PERMANe^TWAV�� ������s T11>11S  HAIR CUT ��� STYLJNG ��� SHAPING  9t0.J_. fp"5 p.i nu T_ecday-SctBWo7 <  BELAIft CUSIOM UPHOLSTERY  REUPHO'LSTERI^G - RESTYUNG  custom desigN'eo FOra^ltURE  dRAJF_f_ES ;  Phone 886-2873 orrei- 6 p.m.  PENINSULA SEPTIC TANK  SERVICE  Premrfir Effefctfye-OnITieSfiot,.  _��rVTce:  Call 886^9533 or 886-707. ofter  S_$0 jp.ta.   '  ^  Fully Insured  unshine        auto glass  coast       replacement  Service ltd. . a specialty  COLLISION REPAIRS  24 HOUft TOWING^-886-2811  Wilson Cree^ 0X. - 805-9466  ��"�����^���    �����    "   ������   ��I_��"IWI -ii ������' ~^l "W-ill _-���__��� ���tl-WI  Will   l-m    _1H_MH_.II���INI  1  ��� . I-  At f&d 5%n of tS_9 Ch^nftK-i  HILL'S MACHINE SHOI��  & MARIN- S-tlVEC. LT_).  Mochlne Shop -- Are ond Asty Welding  Steel FabriMMtf ���Mdrfrio Woya  Automotive and ^larin. r%��ir_'  ^bodord Marine _4o^on  Phom C06-7731    . t?Wi peS-^Sft, qOSS-932-  and^ke l_eJdfeb_t^;take place in Ka_i-  loQ^.^dt_4t.'_hz_e ^V'ili_)_vilaicsays  heyffl. p&y texUbe hM,tdo.f J-  . f Tiifi Mi__?ter defeads himself and says  if _Jere is a roadVriui_er, _e wants to  find Win. -''-.,.  Cki^rjdi .says ,Jte,__ej^j>er _did not  _^ direct access to the tfi^way "anyway  _u�� MaMmtiti says be got something beir  ter"_rMl"T_��'T)_p"ar__:6_^  wlay.; a- senrtce/road ������ alongside, tbe- HLgfc  w^y" :&r./|tf. :sta|l_S��ii7 mntkU,'. $_o#piiig  center or all i___r dear lit-e heart's des-  j^il'c?iin*t s_ieor __6w Uiie 'wa^_mer%  Afef isays, lc��f Joti-jo at "bt&, as  dropped more clues man __y6ne  MONDAY, FEBftUARY 5, 1965  %_'q_tet4n'_ie_^isf3afe_�� today.   -  i T_e sl_r |>erfor_ier is asway to Ottawa  and the c___]iet sits rig&t tmder __. perch,  marlmgtime, sitting M&iehiAg ot visit-  mg ''wmhoiher members and the govern-  mehi' side misses this dommatmg leader  Bennett Who is ihe.ifag-fish and wio keeps  all ihe 'rest isw_inniijg, around his effer-  e_��e" and light Mr. pOT_ettrwk> mrer  ���misses a chance to take a 'rise out of _ie  fesderal governnient, in debate or reference and it usually is - biting -��r -factious;  is'-away," having consented to jo5n"_3e rest  of % Provinces atOttawa in the Constat-  ufional Conference.       ' '  Tlte, premier was urged to fake iris  opposition!, and'seven seats were allotted to  B.C.. The jpress urged bim and edsp Prime  'Minister' Peatson, who re___e_ the Premier had opposition which represented  some of tihe people ,-_everth.eles_, [and in  B;C!. Premier; Bennett has less'.than half  thfe jnajiaStyof'flie electorate. His, govero-  '- ment h_s majority of seats,birt-it h_s minority in rep-esentation, but those who didn't  want __r. Bennett has hint and tiiat's ^U  ] ttevPremifir- _sef_s.JThe jrest.carilike it  because they- can't do nuthdn' ahont it,, eh!  -_&. 'Sfe__ettdi__*t, w_nt aiooamj from  wB.d,_ste_lMg-ins4h_Mer._Ftnir is^te there  J we^lheggirig^ ana'TMayo-r^ei^T'lilil-S-KMn  E_midops 1 went. The opjosi_o_ leadens  might as well __re gone, for- there's no  gla~noi-vor mueh action wi-taat the Premier. Aceordlng-to reports B.C.'s Premier  dominated the Ottawa conference, also, fry,  t__-flg Mns "brain-tnlst gathering -that Canada'was jumping 200 years backward. Joe  Smallwood told the Conference -it was  blindfolding ihe devil - in the dark and  Pjrenuer Manning of Alberta called it a  Constitutaonal 'Munich'. What ever these  wise '__)' call .bis important" meet, it  proves that, the old rule of complaint is  stdl good and that the wheel that squeaks  the:jLopde_t .till gets the grease.-  ���.Quebec, certainly as history proved, got  a poor deal out of the old rule of Britain; "divide, thin conquer and rule".  That could work out with color or slavery,  btft,where white Mood flo*s in French  vein, and fote^rattfion is no. problem, it  ' do-sn't murk. It took Quebec a long time  to figure out but a cdupte hundred years  later the chickens have oodfie home to  roost. It took two genera-o-s of j*6uth to  accomplish what two cent-Ties allowed to  seif"rea_s'-tiliethudget^,^_ie ]_egi$1_-  ture, adding' Ms';oWj*e_|b^li_l_ment^  which as. past budgets prove, doesn't do  the Benaefe <toveiw#nt;- any harm and  the yeiy last inch'is ^puii put of the yardage of Social Credit management,  J The1 Hoh.'Pbil��^T_i-admi4tea to  >ress he and- tiis- *~on' (Phil" couldn't  the  press he and- tm son tFffil' couldn't re-  meri_3er''which, Bob or Bill) attended a  closed ^meeting joI -the Kamloops city council in ^oyembef.^^^-ifiiaintaiiis he was  , there ohXfrto ^tatei^e'liad'no objection as  ime'Tyrone'speech delxate'vis jiist for 1Juiist��^'Illgflwa^rto-t^  w_��nihg'np' on anyway.'? *nifi two whip., beltiig granted t-_h. developer, of the land  Waldo SkalJings grey.jniafli^d��ww? up oet- in question :a,\; the* 'intersection <A the  ter over a game of bridge 4ha<n it does Merrij: and 3!raps-feanada .junction, two or  over ithis ele_ted Jtody, of'members, who so in&s souih pf^Kamloops.  must all be given .re^gmwoa jas they re- Peter Wing llaybf "of Eainloops was  ceived the mostrvoles1on"��^teraber'l_th alerted id Ottaw. Monday and ithe fitory  19S6.'The-wMp tor,1_e,'���^dtion is Leo bmke '.Tuesday, tnof-niog.. Peter Wing is  ^imsick KDP, Cr__brpak, i_4o speaks tor   accompanying premier, Bennett at the Con-  " "      '   federatidn 'Conferenc.  _fid m'ade Mmself  on that the  and' up.   The  developiHg of ithe iand was sensible and  for pair, wbic_{is __(6t_|@mg ^��shlre^ from  a Governme_t.^^_e^wl_p. say when and  who will ispeak hpA members jguard^this  privilege very zealously.- ,Tbe, budget follows and membejfs who can't get enough  off'the cnesi ^;fir_t-_me aibtmd,. can  take _ crack at ft _be' second- and -budget  opportunity.   ..  '=. ^���, "'"J '."  The '^__���_atf_'*:~j&gre|i_e_t- erupted  in the corridor between SkUHngs ^nd Nim-  sick pver who will speak and when. The-  Social Credit-membexs tpke;iess time as  each one must -bid. to government performance and wind ;_p 'with a buttering  for what has already. beW accomplished.  The opposition fJail on at what ought to  be done and rail and froth: tecause it isn't. The objective ii <fo raise ,_ie ire of tbe  government sept$-hoMfirs\wha fire back  wisecrack, -and ��he wtty-memhers throw  the session into a pandemonium of mirth  of indignation, hatching:wits-,is- a pleasant  pastime for anyrae^-anyplace,  but  worthy,, also lie feared -no backlash from  the Ka^-loops -people for'the,promoJers who  w^r_ Messrs.- Bejtoe^; f��yp. K^mloops,  Main/ "Jiellih^iaim- _rid Tata- Singh ' of  Merritt/srtte: Mayor said: tJaglafdi said  hU? -JpftK-^^fcre, developers,of .real estate  only, and rfhey were not shareholders with  the promoters. , _ .   "  The corridors are buzzing and good deal  of Ihuntor is b&ndied around. The Wing  release gives the right to-jgamWe on Kam-  lopps' future politically and ..opted among  the piinsters is Peter Wing for. Highways'  Mnist-r job* in 1j!he hem election. Wing is  a native son of Kamloops.ahd Phil of course  h_s-a hold ithere.' Punsters are saying  Kamloops will not ^suffer; and .will come  thru this flare-up jm a Wing and a prayer.  A^lot of jbariter is heard about the Gaglardi  Boys''office in 'E_iml6ops -which is at the  rear of a Chinese, laundry and there's a  lot of cleanin' an:the offing for._he Hon.  ,._   ,, ,t ^^_ Phil, who empha^aUy'niaintains he's as  here in this itoitse where '5$ members get    clean as a hound's-tooth, or could it be a  paid for it, flie%_aMty'fl>r __3ftior*and 6rit-    dfag:6n'_? '',',.  idsm is o_ 'high tflt__tjr.  -./'.- - ', "   ' '  Premier Benneti is ike jnost vehement  or praiseworthy critic, whichever his mood  is. T_e premiftr.jaais, of :coapse the edge  on anyone, even Bob Strachan who is as  loquacious and also 'as smart in pujling  arguments apart as. Bennett or Bopnfer_s  dri patting titeni together _nd to _____g the  right wdrds for comparison and-the opposition knows it ean'i wi_, anything .with' a.  majority government, but it can and -does  air the' failures, the shortcomings and the  squanderingJ 6T ioddep'- ��w_i_h' -the" irress  picks up and the people get a chance to  find out. ^      - -       '  There was a time ifi l_&'Hoiis_ wheit-  governments had m^joritaes .^befpre, but no  others  that  we yemem__r*'"J&ver  sat so  selfishly on the government< secrets  and'  expenditures like this one/ run by a one-  mgV commitments in his own head. There  is no chance to unravel projects .unless Mr.  Bennett wants it' Tne^BCnheW government  will be recorded in history at one -which  lived 'and. was kept in power by reminding  the electorate what a gieai|; success it is-   joined in 4932; He served ten years as a  and has oeen.  The forward Jook is only    volunteef ^epder jh v^r/ous Ontario points  shown when*some new expenditure Is a<fout     ' ���*���-i-j- -��� *M----j '^~>������-���*���*>*��� ^._._�����_.. .���  to occur and' stress is put on the smart  man  who  is  permitting , such  progress  ratlher- th4n on the objective. '  Here we have these 22 opposition elected  members, who represent considerably over  50 percent of the people of B.C., tearing  lift. Cffi_8^3W.~Na_&, president of the.  < B.^.-Yukon -jDoiihcil' of' Boy' Scouts of  Canada, annWaees the appoiniment of F.  B..(T|B3> .ifetta^4y_._^ t^&vipcial. Scout  Executive, effective 18th March, 1968.  He iwiH follow Mr. J.-Percy Boss, who  _.��usnesi _ie. sjappiofen^Ut of Chief Executive at Ottawa on April 1st; Mr. Hathaway  has been Scopf Executive of the Vancouver-  Coast region tor .twenty-one, years and has  been closely, associated with the development of post-war Scouting in British Col-  um_i_. '      .",'���'  CHflftf ER kEtABEU  He is a charter member of the 3rd  S^a&ord; -Qmafio," Scout   troop,   having  Bernina & Omc$Q  S*lC3, Porte, Service  1521 Goww Pt. B��  886-2200 Gibson.  F6fl YOUH FAMILY PRY CUANIKG ME COS  o* ���t  ' '   " ,   LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving &_Stprage  E>f>ono 886-2664  R.R. 1 Gibsons  New ��etvk�� irt iSistrlc*  PLUMDSNG B, HOT WATER  HEATING  CERTIFIED MASTlR PLUMBER  FREE ESTIMATES - PHONE ANYTIME  885-2037  John Malcolm : R.R. I, 5-cticlt, B.C  siowe soimb 5-iO-Hc stcae  i$B9 Marine - Gibsons - C05-9352  Everytllirtfil fforri Needles to  School Skipplies  UNSHINE  .EWlNG  'EflVICE  FflEE HOME DEMONSTRATION  REPAIRS AND SERVICE ON ALL^ MAKES  Mrt. Mono H-vie. - 885^9740  V/IGARD'S SEVVING CENTRE  Authorised '   '  Sirtger Seeing M-chine Dealer  Cowrie St,-.'ScctMfft - Ph. 885-934$  ^_J1M^_-.-.l_��..._._^-^.l_^.i|l_<llJr.|.Ml   !_^_^l H.H-!--���...--.���������_��� HI���I -II��� <*     ���IIIIMtW  McPHEDRAM tLECTRIC LTD.  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D.C  GEO. V/AGMAtf  DACKHOE 8t WAtm  DITCHING, BAS^rl^UmSCWMG  ETC  MODCBN MACHINE  $e��Mfc^$i~H$4  C^n_d__i_ wHl no^���,l)e^^',|_onl, tbefir-re:  beliion and the balance villi be rewarded  wWl ;a:: belated reicol^tfon.;';  ������.'".': ������'".'     ���'������'-,    *' * ,*���'���' s '''.''  AIOMDAY, fed. s    ,, -,',.'"./. ;[/':  * EpcitenmA: :,is,,.in (he oVFyecolel  ' ,!frireiyp$it��; pi|' Friday, wfia.; emoldering. ���'  The House wtais expecting _> hear fronji  the ilomSber.'IroBi Kwtioops Hon. Phil <i.  but the MteMer ww wnm end a little AP-  xioua Joolclng idl way.  Absent, we mis&ed the inmocently-toM  (bf Alex MacDonaM, NDP) irreguliritii^  in rthc K_ml6o>s riding AvOilch lias been  publicized aajd was _hur hot stuff. It was  the first pubUdtiy on mty puggested ���*&&���  duggcry istoce   __��'" chariie. /'_ga~fl_t' ���itfae^  lli^lrwiys 1st lSSs when' the Tratts-Oitaida  coftit-cte wcre> juggled mid a llmwe trl~l  irrtrcstigated th^ charges oi Ilbllxmian, Implicating  t^befttsr,   tand  the  Mliniater,  wbkh filter cleared tro,  ���  "ihe cflix' o. the Friday expo_e was 'that  the Gogteirdt family, Ptb-1 and bis two big  hty., were imfiplkated In disposinK of tho  "ftircott jproperty, nt the Juration ol the  Trans-C^smada and the Merrill hlghwoye,  and property wa�� oo_j ot (nflated prices  wtiil an proviso tor acccis. to the Itighway.  ' The Highway caiigtit up to the promotion  6efo"re thei fend *5ia_ rcladif t6" receive' ft.  Mr. Q^gkrdi denied any (suggested or  inferred fJ~Ut, _nd said his boy. were in  the' advisory capacity to customer, who  wanted to purchase property, Tbe Speak-  .or rulod Phil out on Frld-y ot protesting  wrnlo Htyp speaker Maodoisald  bad  the  floor.   BxpectaUona of hlan openking (od-y  (Moad.y) and explaining h_. been deferred _abd galleries, filled for Use ca*itomc��b  ,wtf% homo dli-apppintisd.    '  MacDoitald made no charge., but just  told the House what was oookin' at Kamf  loops. Th�� Ctaglardi dyna&ty lia. been cx-  panamt iasi In lhe past few years. It wa.  a convcniation piece, ttpl* ambltiou* dcr-  e_>pment.The amalgamation recently (Oc-  -AerX ft North $M KM\WV�� proper wan  a big chmik foV this pfeople to chew.  The slue of __��^-gimM isab-divislon of  twri'Ulott..*tec_ B.t^d:~_M._rom. tow^  government ito ���p��rid some mofaey on  schools,' Ibospitels, lower ilie taxes ivhjch  are soaring every year* and many other  pMfcei of legislatlpn wi^;.icotne_;ont; of' '$6  taxpayer pom, to pr^vl_e, Jf rt is deeded  or it is good f_mtinri todditi The JB^in-ft  Government won't _ay why ithere most be  a freeze on tht> conttructipa of new schools,  because _f '���Be'nnet. to|d the[itxpth, be jvould  have to say every dolfar that is gathered  l%nm,M''^'*^V*m&i.r-m.,Fimm&gm<^mZ*fimWM4W  Vpbh r^rfng ^roia "t&e Canadian Army  as _ Ma-jor R.C^M/i. fit 19_��, he joined  the profeesiolB^l -t_fif of the Boy Scout6 at  National Headquarter, Ottawa. Following  a brief period at Toronto Headquarters, he  was 'appointed Scout lEbtecutiv. at Vancouver.  .He is married^ with-two sons and a  dan_hter,; pnd ppsiAes in WM Pojnt Qrey,  Vancouver,,;:.',.' ,, ',. ��� ,.'���...���.",.:  !H�� v^as Awarded Routing's JMedal of  _4e^ hi iste #_d. 'fti�� _*nl*ntdal 3S.edal in  He is a conrmlttce member, with Upited  C^imunjty. Services of 'ma <^eater Van-  cotfver <:_re_. h me_i_.fofv_nconVer Board  o! Tr.fte, VHited tervltes fAstitdte and  o_ier corj_trnu_ty Sfisodsllfins.  3 vat s��  a Pans  2 speca inclio)r ^r;^  3 cehs iwtigljcs    . . .  Laigett liefotSc&ftUiMer dn jh_ Marfc��f  3 pockogea cf qliampeo (enough to  shampoo 3 9k12 ivg��) ,  Excluslro foamiqt} Gt$iosi    .  Seeing i* |��M^_ii__��,.tMi ft a Mst-tt^nl  Suggested Uft .��� ��� ��  '��� "tip li-i n     i.��   /111?    (i   .  " "    " "?'&'.'* /<��     .  ^i   ���v--3J__^_f  .__w * "!  U.H.41^...    ^*       41.  I -  J.  I  }  * <;  \  x '  1  n4��/'  ^'wK^^^m^W^*rt��t^��^'Wv^��N^^^^',^  ^.(W^u^^^fc^^S-^^J^h^^ll^rfnWtJH^^ -rffc-WliMWw*^(~^t(��<  ^^jf*^*^,^,^!^^^^,^^^ Ih'   *"  .v-��JLi:.  ,-��<���  -.  IViwA4,  We4Bgsigfl-y;,^g.il ��� ���  M-V-  '^kjffmim^^ii^.  '>*  0Oam4*B0��*Bitm*air0000*00*0t  _��-   ^"~3,to,-*_��� j_ ' _T_! v "' ''*��' * ^  "~    j^.u77i     . "7. -   ^"JTT"*^1    v.   ~ - .  *1 way be wrong, but I shaft not be so Wrong as'to fait to say ��*# t helievf Ito be right"*  ____  /iLW'.tittee&f. ftiASonrrVAtL rmws &&��&��& fy% co$*-e.&s fi&pe.nc.tt&vrj9  ���n1n----��|Wii��gir��rif)ri-rffn*-^^  OPPOSITION. throughout the province y^es fe'T.gfer^j^ we, by approving the  'by counpjls to School District bud- "College*��iiaw, Wilt be part of the district  gets is a sure indication that the public and an 'tix&tai': 60% wte^tben, .which  is' finally -reaching the end of taxation could be obtained from.the North Shore/  rrjad," the draw bridge is about to be will mean that" whether we like it prnoti  lowered and'the golden goose about to WE'ARE' IN-and. Will be required to  curl-up its wings and produce no more.    h_lp foot the bill.  Here on the Peninsula, referred to by  a misguided soul in Victoria as "a place  for the old folks", we seem to be looked  upon as a launching pad for every half-  cocked pet project' of overpaid departmental knumbskulls who obviously occupy their positions for reasons not even  remotely connected with ability.  We start o'ff with village councils and  a school board, the latter in no time flat  has established an empire at astronomical  cdst to tbe taxpayer and with no emprove-  ment education wise. Councils, on the  other hand, do their best to bring about  orderly development at minimum cost  and have, to date, executed a creditable  job. Next a new brain child is conceived  in Victoria and we find ourselves with a  new source of taxation, the Regional District. ���  We have stated in the past that this  latest innovation has merit providing an  extremely keen eye is kept upon costly  ambitious schemes and empire building  propensities. We also have a hospital  district but here we have a worthwhile  We have said it before and now say  it again; if we are to spend, even more  on education, let it be put to good use  right here at home by improving the'  facilities we already have.  Any student sufficiently interested  and capable of reaching academic level  should graduate from Elphinstone fully  equipped for University. If he, or she,  does not, then it is obvious something is  wrong: It is ludicrous to suggest parents  should have to foot the bill for another  two years, boarding in Vancouver, in  order that they attain the necessary standard.  Fafc those who are not academically  suited, we have the B.C. Institute of  Technology together with an excellent  Vocational School at Burnaby.  It has been argued by the advocates  of a North Shore Regional College that  entry into any of these schools is virtually  impossible. We would say "Hogwash"  for both have advertised for entrants.'  Certainly in certain classes but, should  there be shortage of room in others then  Around Gibsons  V-,     .^K-i--^*-,.*  HAji  j  "Best way them city folk, kin get -money fe to lie in with a minority.1  Labor relations in Sweden  operation providing valuable and efficient the obvious answer would be expansion  service at minimal expense. of what we already have. Any additional  Eating up our tax dollars like a colleges simply add up to one thing  gigantic fruit machine with doubtful re- "duplication",  turns towners the Schoo District Board There is no reason at all why our  of Trustees upon which reecntly dropped grade twelve graduales'should not attain  a mammoth mallet This, most of the the necessary standard to equip them for  overburdened taxpayers hoped, would  serve as a warning signal that few feathers  remain on the aging goose.  Such, however, is apparently not the  case for a major promotional operation  has been launched during past weeks by  the Board in co-operation with North  Shore School Boards and other optimistic  individauls, which it is expected, will  pursuade the faithful old taxpayer to  agree to the expenditure of more hard  earned capital in order to provide the  North Shore with a Regional College.  This involves far more than might  be ima^etL It involves a "College District"  which within two to five years might well  require an $11 million building. For  those who might have missed the point,  this means that although it might not be  approved by this school district when it  any one of these three centres of higher  learning. This school board is spending a  fortune and it is high time the taxpayer  is provided with some evidence it is not  being squandered on an inferior education.  We have studied the concept of  Regional Colleges for some years and  while we appreciate the fact that in some  areas they might supply a need, we  sincerely fail to see why local taxpayers  should be expected to finance a project  of negligible benefit to the Peninsula but  one of perhaps more benefit to the North  Shore.  We therefore urge all eligible voters to  vote on Thursday, March 7th and put  that vote to good advantage. A "Yes"  vote now and rest assured we will pay  later through the proverbial nose.  s_<_)a__&��  WHILE such areas as the Sunshine  Coast welcome national publicity the  prominence awarded Sechelt in a recent  edition of Star Weekly would hardly be  termed an inspiring piece of promotional  advertising.  An illustrated article by an aspiring  journalist depicts the Peninsula as a  future mefca for the unshavcd, usually unwashed and certainly unproductive individuals herded under the Hippy label.  '  There might have been q time when  these social misfits could have been considered a tourist attraction, but now that  the novelty of artistic clowns has worn  off and the general public has finally  realised the human body hidden beneath  the preposterous facade has nothing to  offer, tolerance is quickly in process, bf  being replaced by contempt.  Naturally they will continue to rally  together a few dupes who quite genuinely  believe these drop-outs from the human  race have a philosophy worthy of consideration but let us not be mislead by  misconceived sympathy. They have nothing, they arc nothing, they contribute not  one iota, and further more, they present  a very real menace to our way of life.'  From the comments of one such  person quoted in the magazine, drug  addiction is not a problem, and to quote  ���'there's nothing here on the upper levels,  no heavy drugs, even LSD isn't that  popular because of what it can do to you  ���nobody needs it, they stay away from  it���oh there's grass, there's pot but  cvcrylxHiy keeps it to themselves, they  do it up on their own land and they arc  not turning on the fifteen year old kids,  you know . . . The attitude is, well, its  for me, maybe not for you, that's fine,  and so there's no trouble from the police,  The  nauseating diatribe concludes:  The PEmmuLA*fatieo>  Published WcdncAdnys ��( Sechelt  ��n fl.C.'s fturuhmc Coast  by  Sechelt PcninMila Timca I td.  ' Box 381 - Sechelt, II.C.  Pflugla* (]. Wheeler^FJitor  8. B. Ahgard, Puhlither  Subscription Kate��: (In advance)  t Yatr, $5 . 2 Years, $9 - 3 Ye_r��, $13  UJ9. and Pordso, $5.50  faring the area from Port Mellon to Bgme ���  .j (How��� Sound to Jrrvu Inlet)  IN SWEDEN," unions and management are  in a sense partners in their own system of self-government, respecting industrial relations matters. Tbe Swedish federal government, which earlier had a catalytic, eEfeet in promoting this "private government'' as It might be called, does not  '���wield the ~ig __c_" through legislation.'  In short, the employer and the employee (96 per.cent of industrial workers are  organized) .have developed a mature alignment through mutual co-operation.  Faltering labour relations and crippling  strikes-in the early 1900*5 aroused the public's anger and - brought the government .  onto the backs of labour and management  with an -"either you clean house or we  will' nMmafion.  BALANCE OF POWER  Immediately' unions and management  got together at high level, a major goal  being to keep government out of their negotiations. The result, as it has developed  over the year., is a fairly stable balance  of power in negotiations, and consultation  at all, levels.  Matts B. Larsson, president of, the Swedish Metal. Trades Employers' Association, outlined Sweden's union-management  private government and what it means  to <the country with the highest percentage  of unionization per population in the world.  Says. Mr. Larsson: "It's preferable to  enter into an agreement of your own free  will, than to be forced unwillingly by legislation."  THREE LEVELS  ' Issues of mutual interest are tackled by  collaboration on three planes; at the national level, at the industry level, and in  individual plants and work places.  The internal, structure of management  and labour are well suited for this type  of system. Unlike Canada's union set up,  Sweden's unions are industry-wide. Employers, too, associate by industry.  . For example, the metal trades, which is  Mr, Larssop's concern, is, in terms of union and management, a separate branch  , of Swedish, industry. The lone union .has  300,000 members; and the employers', association represents 2,000 firms. All union-  no harrassment because of that."  "In the cities, that gentleness has gone.  The children are starving or going mad;  for them, love was not enough. But, in  Sechelt, the best of Hip has a chance Ito  survive."  These poor starving, or mad, children  deserve no sympathy and it is appalling  to think the Peninsula, or rather individuals on the Peninsula, should have  created the impression their miserable  presence is welcomed Among them are .__d b-urIy.rated workera in ^ metal  stooges who dodge their responsibilities trades���whether machinists or truck driv-  by hiding behind hidious face fungus,    ers  or clectncians--bclong to the, same  spoilt children who feel the world owes  them a living and the worst type; draft  dodgers from the United States. This is  sufficient to turn the stomach of a pig,  even worse, there are, among us those  notable for their own, ability to avoid  service during the second wo.ld war,  and who now offer a haven for these  Dcople. . (  Indications are that the Peninsula will  shortly experience a vast migration of  this worthless mass of degenerated  humanity, which is very unfortunate.  Dogpatch is something wc read of but  hardly ever credit with being fact. Such  places do exist, however, in such areas  as the Dalcotas in the United States.  They arc hideous hillbilly communities  and the sort of places the average person  prefers to forget. An influx of tlie hippy  element and before we know it, any hopes  wc have of developing a tourist industry  will bc rudily dashed, for in no time flat  our presently neat, clean, and attractive  community will, bc reduced to something  akin to a Jsurgc hog pen.  union.  Is. this democratic, offering the employee the choice of one union or none?  Mr. l>arrson replies that democracy  is found not so much in the choice of unions, as in the influence individuals have  in their union. "Swedish unions have found  ���they have' more strength in bargaining  when they represent a whole industry," he  .says.  The three organizations which contribute to cojoperatlon on the national1 level  are the Confederation of Swedish Trade  Unions (IX)), comprising 39 trade unions;  tlie Central Organization of Salaried Employees (TCO), the LO's counterpart in  the white-collar sphere; and the Swedish  Employer.' Confederation, which Includes  44 employers' associations.  The senior body in Sweden's "private  government", made up of seven representatives each of union and1 management, is  tho Labour .Market Committee. It commissions expert studies and makes major recommendations to the affiliated union and  management jasBoi-tations. Many such rec,  ommcndatlpns (take shape as practical suggestions and are put to use on lhe plant  level.  ~ The Labour Market Committee has formulated! major co-operative agreements'  Involving industrial safety, vocational' trai  ning, work -study-^production efficiency),  and labour-management committees.  Joint consultation, as recommended by  the Labour Market'Committee, has been  adopted down-the line-by most management associations and unions.  ~Labourinafiage_ae~ht committees in Sweden are similar to~ ours in Canada, as is  shown by the following excerpts from the  Swedish master, agreement, .pointing out  functions <of committees:  To maintain continuous, collaboration  between employer and employees for the  achievement of ihe best possible production;   l  To provide "opportunities for the employees to gain insight into the economic  and technical working and financial results  of the business;  To promote security of employment, and  safety, health and -well-being on the job;  To implement any measures calculated  to benefit production and working conditions in the firm."   -  - Sweden's lahour-ananagement committees, which may be installed at request  of employees in firms of 50 workers and  over,xare not empowered to deal with  matters coming under ��� the umbrella of  negotiations, ftather, they perform ah advisory function. -  :  "We- have, examples of poor committees," admits Mr. Larsson. One reason  for this, he says, is inadequately educated  unionists "who are not fit for this type of  <��mmua|icationJ''- The unions, acctording  to .Mr. Larrson, operate a broad program  to teach members basic economics and  business  practice. -  Employers' associations have also been  schooling their members in labour relations. "CoMaboraition is easier when they  can speak on the same wave length," says  Mr. Larsson.    '  The question of the readability of annual  company reports points out a good example  of the Swedish system at work.  The Labour Market Committee recently  commissioned a study, following complaints  by unionists' that employers weren't properly explaining the contents of annual reports at labour-management meetings. The  unionists felt,.they were being left to draw  their own conclusions.  Results of the study may lead to overall recommendations which could be taken  back to .the-plint level as practical .suggestions.  TOGETHERNESS  The Swedish people, reminds Mr. Lar-  rson, have a' propensity for organization.  Other factors contributing to' maturei labour-management relations are a homogeneous population and a relatively small  country. i  The; pattern for co-operation ��� with  strong employer-union communication at  the national, Industrial and plant levels���  is different from that in Canada, Mr. Larrson notes.' , "  lie _ sayp the labour-management committees in Sweden benefit by the stimulus  and' research contributed by their parent  bodies.at the industry and national levels.  Not School Trustee  TARS. CELIA Fisher was incorrectly referred to as a School Trustee In Sechelt  in the Regional College advertisement  placed by the Reglpnal College CommlUce  last week. This error was made by tho  advertiser. Their news release contained a  similar error.  Active lions members  assist various causes  SUNSHINE  Coast  lions  report  a  little  better -than one hundred .dollars netted  from one of the club's latest promotions,  the Valentines Dance, under'chairmanship  of George Eberie.        * -  Since receiving-its Charter'in 1984 tie  club has been extremely active and has  built up a membership ^in excess pf thirty.  One of its major projects has been operation of the Sechelt May Day event which  it first undertook..wo years ago.  Latest monthly bulletin reveals some  of the causes to which, iunds Jhave-Jbeen  donated and include: Physiotherapy equipment to St. Mary's Hospital,' $1,600; Canvassing and donations to CAMS., $1$00;  Residential School Band, $566; SmokemaSk  for Fire Dent, $400; Swim Classes, $250;  Baseball and Soccer, $307; Numerous  smaller amounts include: Scholarships,  Student exchange,. Christmas hampers,  OAP jpicnicSj etc.  Latest promotion is that of calendars  which apart from' advertising by local  merchants -will include organization meeting dates,' birtbdates ahd other information.  Branch 95 OAPO members have -agreed to  assist in sales of the calendars and all  proceeds, expected to; be ~a substantial  amount will go toward the Senior Citizens  Housing project. I _    .  -1 - ��� t  Women's sewing group  seeks discarded items  DON'T throw away those discarded items  but contact Pender Harbour Women's  Sewing �� Group whose members will  vent  ly by overseas missions.  There is a continued need for used clothing, odds and ends of knitting1 wool and  scraps of material used for making quilts.  Old sheets for bandages and plastic,-medicine bottles are used in leper work. Old  greeting cards are made up into plaques  for use in mission schools. Used stamps  are also needed.  These active ladies hold work parties  twice a month and, besides washing and  ironing clothing, make up neW garments  from material donated'by: Vabooiive;." department :_tores. ,���' /���';���''������'.  Through Vancouver, distrlbu_oh centres, their work goes to' }he Voice of China  and Asia Mission and Mission, to Lepere.  Besides discarded article., and seviing  group welcomes new lideas'.'.:fe��r' quilts and  patterns. Telephone '.'n-niftiw^ito'.^caU'.iin  Pender Harbour1 are 883-2695 and 883-2464  and work parties are held.in,the Pepder  Harbour Tavernacle every first and ilhird  Monday. '������..���, ��� ��� .: v,C>"      :.���:;,.'  ��� The group wishes to ��� thdhk the- many  people who have sent donation.-,Jn the  past and supported the ladles in their work.  A SURPRISE bridal jsfiower, v/as held for  * Miss Noni Buckley by the staff of the  Bank of Montre^,.Gibsons, at (He home of  Mrs. Amy.'Blab on Wednesday, evening,  February pm.s; , ',-   ,% V' . -J * V*  .When, ISTonl- arrived she was 'presented.,  with a-lovely corsage that Mr. G. Byser  and Mr*-P. Bams tye single men "ot tine  bai_^_ad sent" ,* ���",    <      >      -   " "' r  ..Beautiftd-.gifts, were placed in.aqd  around,a ba_k_t which had been decorated  by Miss I��avra Chamberlin. - As Noni opened  all tbe parcels' Miss Dorothy Cresswell  fashioned a hat for ber with the ribbons  and bows. f Many -wonderful and useful  presents��were Xeceiyed {by the guest of  honor. A few games were played. Attending were' Mips. N. Buckley, Mrs. M. Woods,  Mr$. L. Chamberlin, Mrs. Mary,Rudolf,  Mrs. Gladys Davis, Mrs. Doris Parsey,  Mtrs- Roberta Foxall, Mrs. Dooley Mason,  Mrs. Marilyn Greggain, Mrs. Sally Gar-  lick, Mrs. B. Rankin, Mrs. Carrell Car-  michael, Mrs. Carol McGivern, Miss Dawn  Chamberlin, .Mrs. Bonnie JNimmo, Miss  Dorothy Cresswell, Miss Nicka Wray, Mrs.  Shirley Daugherty, Mrs. Marlene Blake-  man, Miss Linda Yates and Mrs. Amy  Blain. Unable to attend but sending gifts  were Mrs. Dorothy Tepper and Mrs. Beta  Clarke.  The tables were laid with all the delectable refreshments that the girls on staff  had prepared for (this happy occasion.  IN BRIEF  Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hinz enjoyed a  four-week vacation when they went by  plane stopping at Montreal on their way to  Germany where 'they visited Mr. Hinz  aunt w}nle dn .Europe they toured Switzerland and France. On their return to this  continent they flew to New York where  they visited Mr. Hinz brother, <  A famjly dinner party was held on Sunday, March 3rd when Mrs. Gertry Clarke  was hostess honoring her mother Mrs.  Frdter from Victoria who came to celebrate her birthday here with Mr. Gordon  Clarke, and Slide Robert who were also  observing birthdays.  Sorry to hear Mr. Steve Esslemont is a.  patient in hospitaL -  Mr. Edmund, H. GUI attended a board  meeting and conference of Local 1711.W.A,  in Vancouver. - '  Mr. and Mrs. Sid Basey and friends  were in Vancouver on Wednesday to attend  the funeral of Mr. Basey's father who had  been ill tor-the past eight imon-is.  Mr. Frank Wyngaert has returned home  after being a patient in St. Mary's Hospital.  With (their children Mr. and Mrs.  Graham-McLean visited the latter's parents  in Vancouver) on the> weekend.  John Charman was weekend guest at  the Wm. Peers home in Langley. '  As a special feature,, for Sunday nights  in the Lenten season, films will be shown  at 8 p.tm. in- St. Bartholomew's Anglican  Church. 'The one chosen for Sunday, March  Kjth is titied "Blood and Fire". The Salvation Afcmy in action���_>and rehearsals,  personal ireminiscence of an Army officer,  the unrehearsed 'coming to Christ' in an  Army Citadel, marking a revealing study  of men .and women dedicated to a life of  service to humanity.'      .    ,,,  -  A-t^home of ^fcrry, Cfcflett on Saturday evening, Miss .Sandra Corlett was  hostess, when she entertained a number of  friends'-'on'the occasion of ber 19th birthday.'  4"  ��g�� Group whose members will con-    f��   ___,.���   J_.__*.#��_-.__  _���_._.��..__  them into articles needed desperate-    ^aflCer  CUTeSSUHI CfTOUP  r   nrvprsfMis   missions * _r    w _.  enjoyed social evening  FOURTEEN members of Mount Elphinstone Chapter No. 65 OJE.S. Cancer  Dressing. Group, enjoyed a no-host dinner  at the Village Cafe, Sechelt on Friday  evening, February Oth.  After  dinner,  the ladies  were entertained at the home of their convener Mrs.  H. Pearson, Wilson Creek.   Contests and  games;   caused   much   merriment: ,'and.  laughter   and   the,  happy   evenihg���'������.��� .wasV  brought to I a close with. the serving of "*  dainty.refreshments..,-, ���.     .'.;,'.;., ,...���,',...:..;..;.. ������'  ; Those attending were Mesdames Catherine Franske WjM., Phyllis Pear,soh convener! Bessie Shaw, iSoe Eades, Emily  Parsons, .Doris. Drummond, Edna Fisher,  Elsie Carlson, -Betty Wood, Amy Zeron, Jo  Mylroie,. Margaret Swan, Eleanor Wardil,  Grace Gammjag. '..'.".'.  Members of the Cancer Dressing Group  arc; .again appealing for, flannelette and  cotton sheets,��� ������   '���'���'���'!,./   '" ''i'-     ������'���  A man who won't lie to a woman has  little' consideration for heir feelings,,  Pajama-clad tot calling out to parents:  "I'm going to say my prayers. Anyone  want anything?*'  r  ���by M. W, Braccwcll  SPRING  Spring h here, that ploriou* wasou  Shooting blade and huiMinf- bud  BiriK inc -.injunR. they Juvc rcuM>n  1'lowb arc turning up iJic m*!,  Howcni arc blooming in the woodland  On the hills und in the glen  Watel Oh waken up good rlcoplc  Cloiiouft bpring |tt here again.  Ihh  ��� ���  on Must See  Military doctor do fat officer: "It nsceim  to me,  colonel, that \hc only  thing you  bare been cxtrdslag la your prerogative.'*  Friday, Saturday, Monday, March 8, 9 and 11  OURMM4 FLINT  James Coburn, Leo J. Cobb  CARTOON  Technicolor - Cinemoscope Our 10 p.m.  tiurally ... at THE .KH.LT THEATRE  YOUR TMEATliE OP TH% WATI_flfflt0flT  ;REI_AX,AND ENJOY/A;  W GAMES OF BILIBAMDS  f@rg6tfb  When a mid-day lift it needed, try any of our  taste-tempting luncheon flpcciali, dcliciously  prepared. Fast taKo-aut service too.  Rush with a Quiet  art, Courteous Service  <0000>��>00S>m00mmmm.  TTqIio Chat  ��raCsro  P. k COFFEE M  ���  ������>���������   ^OfWOUTB.  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H^aW  If,,"-  ,^'  Twi  mmmm ft��mc<w*tr\&& %t&  ,   ^hodi difiltetb^ Renumber of ^  'tm^m^m^^t^mm'oj ^  ,f^ste_e4a;__d m��L'&W&; &e ^h* ^  : the TMimner of c-uldren,;tbreRilre "_ie iiCeH- f[f  . ��^ die-' diatrfcfr; or _{f. _# 'hi_r Moot .Boiid.    ^^^ A  - ^M^^erngk^^^nm^nTm- m*mt  . dai^-it *__, %a__:ft__ 'W SeeHelt ^Kool   ffiM-^  ' vm school  not and coiild  sam�� fermtfia  as m.ch t6ed_ ��� ^__._������ _���. __.__  Pit ^liftritt as if w;afi"tosting"to educate'a  t:  .(.M  '������fesse-.-  1 *"���_���-���-_ *t *���*  - % 1  .*''  ._A  The Penit^ufa-Times  ,   , ���  Page A*5  L_2  _^.  iVlORE ABOOT~; *^;      - -7"- - ���  �� College plebiscite  w- ���:e  ����^  ' #mi|luWi ''Sfeh 'lfc*&. ^y. with .^  , ffl&sfer^ .egr^e' _&_iectiirerfe fr6m Univcr-  ]   fffiWytm. ^holeytrei^ '& %t college  tff'di,~ Ife ife ^ cpmipitttne^t,, to coUn^llirfg  '   l| jdirect life'^siiuaent into 3 cbi  course  1 **<i  F_ *�� _bri>. ���*   .  ittfliWiv   tI\j   ^-1?f   TjTMlJp.wW��� 25    T ttI.1 HIT"  gam, m west'Van classrooms, a full  ��\ -*  I1  !pWfe_fa-��  aeuii^aftead fi_^ie_ch school di^lcb l^ow we-have'isubslituted a nom-de-plume as i& , _    .  lab us suppose that due to closer oS^imlt* signaiture for the following ietter., M ie not practical training, in: forestry technology,  five time.M'^tod*, iSSgl W-W^^'^HS^^lW^ *?&*&''^&&J��*'%b^^  wW'from^.stVan _tte_a _k_ Itom fite o^eause"te __oo__l to WeatrM.^W0oK $*#&&&, ���t��n_Jii*imeirt3t��onf   automotive  SflSiffi*^***** mM^io^Aukhkm^t &$Sfw^Sff?*ti&  W?st Vahtoityfer.   - ��.-A_A*i�� ttitfcetoAny virtues of a f'd&amunlty*' g^iKanl_jT^^_ o^^SoV  .    >   .,k'    >'A:;J���SEE fco^onjbeino^-^fe of tofd Inlet. 6iJoo__tS.-A^;__^16^M;i.od��   is^V^o\i;cf_^*Bi^��i^ t^ iSfr  ��?ri^��i.A -;-tfw��M_m ' Studeuts hive . listened b speafiers, and classroom and Jaboratoiy faciiales -4_ wesi 1 r''3^^W'li'*'B!P^ *�� ��� *_:  W#C&*:W&$& tavl.Wkn.hme .no. fewer mn tore* v^Ser _ou_iSridI Sfc,S   Awhif :,pi^rn�� wa^ on^di^lax.^  Editor, The times'  -14  if  'W  ;~ni  i~j   f  ___L.  ,   which ;^ill s ,- ���t ���. ��� , _,.  j   4_i wblct. ne'ts capable of/succeediife. ^lire-  1   Jyjt.,would be prefera.fe 11 the student  were directed into t��e Might stream long  before :ifris filage, pkrer.bly ih the high  school, ;\ S     "   ~  Older.Ji^^payers^atJpe .meetings exj^res-  * -"-���era bver tti^riSing, Gpst bt eduea-  ,*er^ tSMthat if jjfl^y are'dlssat-  wlth.'Sie prfe^St} System of school  n they {shouid look to i��werful _ or-  gaiu^fions.jsueh as the Union of B.C. ~iun-  iapalities arid &.C. School T^uste^ Assoc-  itJf*"*     iatipn.to periuade the government to make  iW/'     changes.-.  V       0      0        f* ^ *  4; .Supporting local -taxpayers ��� concern,  Mayor O&vrie, Gates of J!$br_i Vancouver  lefeehtty stated, "Hoiv can tve. Consider  ^uch additional costs when we already 'are  finding school 00817- such a tremendous burden. I can't support ithe idea of draiving  municipalities into the .position of financing  the provfcibn 6f higher edueation."  V  ']Wew loai^twil * *v "-^ ".���''  Btigbji, jievv^irk^l^^jmadeT fenr, the  hav4. 3a_en,-. home', no - fewer than Jthree  leaflets, -wbMi have extolled the  ilson Creek Community  steles follow-up dance  DUE Io "the ~_uccessr of, tlie, Wilson 'peek  ���'.Valentine-dance-on Feb.'17,at Which  tiokt.ABOUT _  ion plebiscite  man Jmree    Vancouver could aroride ri_i_in_ in acad-    <M��f"iF.^jx-u^wiij  ��_r ��u,_sgioi,.of    .     -T .,, .    -  -   r. ',.*  .,     .,    ^S ��_��____..��___..__ *__.'_/  _��,  wmicc  advantage.   I_IffSjS2__SI__^^                    fe ��^E^^i&i^&^   _S____f__! 'K ifP&^JSfJ everyone, enj^S themsejves. immensely  aecte $e ta�� _a_T" ����1- lIMfe-eft. Jffi l|_0,3^, WiE___r_3   H__*'^E?-?^--,s rt-��P��_? t1*61*3^ a it was decided to hold another- dance ��  -��'5*^? *s.-M*,,i��M-i..a,i"i     .��__-^   _��_.   ^,__-__k^-|   ^_.  k^g   jg_^j   wojk_t8s^p om c_3__5ng would be an answer, jkarghj., , -   ,  , .tdrltttM,,!!! $e_��-   LOCAL gIMiPS *"*/-'.     > '"     ' '  - ^ Xto-,'<Jo IJfce, capable p_i_nihg Of Mrs.  ie B^wbies In featpacK   ' 'Eeijre^3eaa_ves'fewn the Gibsons Vil- ^ P'^J'soJ1. Mts- B. Pearsori and Mrs. N.  U^^.^^-^^d^ss*   ^ CVB_a_i_____r, i3_ainn_nFred Feen- KaU: ^^ thos* fl,tt��n'li'1^ ��*"������ ��Aiti����=*i  in  Hall; all those attending seemed enthused  ^ev^oiow.iibat. it,_g ho,-easy task ._  Iirith.me Jmator,tiema3ii_s.'"We should .._...  youio-,knD*. that everyone -corifcertied-wi'th  the ��e_rt JfouiH-ft&h atld the annual      '  ^&tfeSr^re_h__k_   ^      ' _.m.lyrmaUben^ts���ol_orTa   iforffi JWtfflS��gi ^^S^fii!^J^C  ���^filoSS^ MTBB -Jjorefck^rimunity^Uege Wng 4o resid* f*t*&��Ute23l&>f *&?*  ->    1.'  (-Its.) CONSTANCE H. ���mni e te rf -^^ ^^^ Ntf ^ m   ^^rt^ feyojsmg-^^orth ig>����^��<^'   -ga too  ���    ...        /'        '.*: Publicity tevfc0^jo ���,. Wst|1et?       ,     *"*" ^MsJee^mvesm^^^meAU  r^��M-__fiM.A_._l ��� - ' X^e following are only a few of 4he Jffi^^ ^J^t^J^i. %-W'  y%w4^-10IiS iatoost - endless problems inherent in a ^Pj*^'tyM-&Sl&^  , _^r,?fc -&_e-; ;        4,   , Projefit,sudiasispropo.edi ' g2^A^A*^.-S^,,l_? iSfe  J Sir~If.:hai Keep suggesteii, a^arently ? -{i);Stu_.ntsanv��lvea-Miifch has been W^^B^^^^^^J^J^  Sechelt Bowling  __d'_o__'a_-3e--job.and the Gibsons com-   ^^T^o01^ ^ ^u ^^^ for its  ___-_3__t_rs __tf fhat -'thev- should fiiumort    ability Jo' Show everyone a good timfe.  ���fey _v_ Ar1<-_*-%>  SYLVIA Jackson raUed fngh triple for J_ie  >_sw^sb_iE3-A^M3- ��_vi__^i_r_r_M__7s ^^^Mmm^f^m J&jfJS&Zt3mmm  ������mMrmm^m^^M'm ____^fe___*_w_ft__? SS��l^��_teffi !S_^_t___   ^  hjfegoners ��e3t that they"should support  the _m_3 gno_pL  -  - .    -   - - , r Ther,da6^e will berit ^ pJclockon,the  J0r. Pa&toh advised that asTuitance for ^ at- fIS Wilson Creek Community Hall.  Socal groups coald only be obtained from Ge_ your ^vaneetickets(from Glenn Phll-  1_e tamum&jr Programs Branch, through ,,,vo ttw' A*" ���-*-������� -* *** -���..��..-  lips or* otiher'-members of the executive.  sf__&*fe, Ms it -buUt tor $10,006,000? And,    LEAGUE SCORES  ,_.e.. --- -~~, ._-._ ��- - -���. ___   *^--i^ e^ ��S_p^K" u-i^-s *-fc-tf    fc^��'M-B -������-.  ;<__pVfe''tru?^/c6n��^^   i��r. Leo   J&e. BIC __sH_ite of Technology are also - ^J^^fiiM ���&*-$  ��_-**   .l* *.     _��.,.--,   ���^'wj,   ^ere    excludiiig afeUcants with low graduation   tm^OmAndWxvc  the MegfcmeU Becreation Commission. Director West advised that Gibsons Athletic  CWb __S5_H send a -representative to the  BegSo-al Comsnission.- - ~  pii^r|4tani^t/i^,be wholly and unatoi-    te'aratmed _y a majority of _ie gfeduates,    r^&!^< ^^'*^^t'^Lv^*^l}^'^ ^"ti    towue ��vk��. ,      -   ^  -    Jk. Be_=_Tarn_; to tost emeriencp   -Rohpnts  ssf-fs-*.*^?*^^ _�����___-_���____??_!_- tM^isttsfttJ-ttttfi! ���%*,sft.Hf����&^.?^��_? tt_f_su_Sj_r______,  .   perhaps it!s only eoihcfdehce, but inah's  l*6?t.fpejid.pan:t taUt.  tlf^0M<^)Sffi&?itt~^    ��**** a^cants with loW"gradua_oh   ^^^^.^/^M_|&^   SKB^-S^ ��TS __^rt-^\n^reSeS *  qUpted as *i,u"tv���**���"* -tJ,i -��~--_*_r___ __-    ��iaT.i��    n��ttr ��*  ��hn ��--cih  +��!����.����  �������t=    _ss_lln_^.  Our I&i_fl tai imrdfeh for their        ttsa.^.  ��^��^a   T4<ar__n wss /95��   4��-��     ^js-gra__a_^ m. sapporp, we omy recrea-  __.^^_^_ikihecaw^^l.e inarL. jOne^of tbe mo^t telling points ^^^^^^^if^k/gf ^diek ^yia JaeW ffe <2S2, _23>, ST5��n__l STiM TK  #eg6w&/i^s)icceed;^e9mf^ence P^ed 41 Republic in fbU crusade Ihas ^ftt^^^^'�� ^&^J^& Bo^ Bo^ay 270, C^ Bertjr m      . SSS  ^thaC_h_* dfd" 'not support _& -^lege. i��e'en a |*.n6uncebien�� -i_iat.4__ess  our al�� fc^p ^,#p*.e 6�� finance a teg- ^d^ Matinee: Ha_el'Sl^tte 6�� t2��). *^*m&���&>-  -n&. ^oh^&l(attdvJ_c. i^igh Mve 'stase *#�� %<�� this'North Shore College, opr ��a��lLfe_hM i_So,hig_er?_duca_on>   ,    , Pender: Xiehnis Ga_ible T05r J_ft_. Ofsall _^r-.J Pa__^ cemented that, .maybe  statld em^M^eally- ��iat i&ey fuUy .endorse graduates r\?liO attain lowar *1ha_,_ P aver- 1' mhX&esk _|% __r Sltettiafeves? ^ruv- GC5 ($85), Ev, Harrison ��6 <2?W, Mail- ����*�� K ^�� ����* �� worry �� ft^ distact  W.;^dlle^e -cM#ajgn and __iFfli_Ir re- age will.j_nd-a_4^-dosed to them. This We iniilt $it ail Aaf ^n_tgies into 0fld_ng Myers j6T0 (389). !^^ /. ? * 53-tural rec^tion area  ���1- _._-��_ -_ii. ��_,*-_��_-"j _i -f_-.__,<��.-..7._ as--. _._-ji_*:_^ _-x _��� *-ii��..,->-__ ��_ ������a ___ __i_^_ ��A"^_-_���a*_ _ i_-_s^..._ Comnj.rcial: Deanis Gamble 732, Joe ^^ att knads of outlets but be felt these  .<���__ ~~-  Jean Eobihson -St, JKek "tSise- w>oM be ezj&Hted oven -further.  j   ,    " -   J_r, Feessey observed that there is al-  ithe ege> ���wheTein'(jgey,TVould be either framed <pi(rer%^9^ein&^^                             46 jgaU ,and-Chains: Sylvia J^ac-soa ���37, ready a recre__on commission and won-  .. _..        ^{College %r *^rf_l emMoyme^t;���or ujig^ded for fifty percent of our students, who dropf out jjgjy Ritchie 620 (313), Charlie Mitflesteadt dered ~B__t -__s the purpose of the meet-  fi,jti^ey sfy6ul|tC|&ye, in or4exr^1��;'vote admtjssion .to a'University or other -training of school before Grade Twelve, are shunted foe..,   - r -  | .         . - -   ^ JOS- 1^!d Hbat it was ato ascertain if the  igeHl-Kon _ife��_5su. 'o%smfcsih 7th. , institotiqn^ro|fc/or--|!\vo years. ;���/- . into occup^onal Classes; or fail to gradii- "j j          ',         - ''   . ���      * coMfflaissisan -aonld agree to investigate a  1 *^4__t'i_>* _:_���    _j1-.-^J*1*-^'��   *- '*_��'��_.*     -^-w *'   *���           *                  T_.��U.   >nX,_i    __����   u-ltA   ___AM3._._.i-t_.__-��    __*   _,.___t_ -.^j.   _______   _JL_m___   -irTjr-. ���_*!___���_-_       -fcrf--   ���_Vt~.��.'_^_��-_._La._f > '_r_5_P'  ���*���***=           ' " ���                                           -           ���*            - " - -     *  Here To Serve You  recreafea program for the Whole area,  .implications^ of, such   Me with their _ge4*ro_p.- Ko-p-s^secptid1-  'm'MWMtei^y'pie'm%r%ni^and    .  Jus^ what ^re  fo^all, a morlionj^^ass^at^^eSfng    assurAJ^e??.. One  ium-pn FeSriiarf _K,aP?l$h Jl seven f1^t#S_d_fl|. ����^p  %%>ir -yere:- pre$Wiam$M:'',rhe  'Vj^^/sm��e#.t'^that _.,___,,-_-__      ... ��. ,  mo^bA. was prbp6i_|;jby, |_r. M__Mm"_ad   an| secondaiy.scho^oifi^,,distnc4,  A    of human poten__d=   seco#*te4 by'.%!���,I_to'Jo^te)n'r"a__;i��__s    ?<^��t-w!iPi^,a*f?r twelye ye^rs/of ftrbfic        Two���We must evolve local facilities for  as fallows: '.^J;\'���~,. _"-�����/,,.' '"   ��y sch^dipg, fgradoates. wiaiian-'average of   further education at least one year beyond  -IV'BE IT BBE^LVED^iffialt we, (the seyen    ^'_^^nt*;^njrwtl4n.*wo!, years,,attain    Grade Twelve for graduates -who wish to  tjfusiees forming \_b.~d '��6ai-d   o-   School    fg j^fercent pr higher demanded by the   or must remain here.'  Trastefe}��bfS_fcool1>_^^ ipYersities'upon entrance into a 4hird-year  reaffirni our unanimous 's&ftftrt of ihe ^>r^e.' If such <magic~is .possible, shouldn't  Com^jjntty 'CoMege, fiofls- as a Board and *f be inves^atgig ilt, so _fa^t we can cause  -as-ihttiJ^dual^rustees'C^   '.-,    ,    ,   . aJfcof our students to.graduate,fronj sec-  .... * T^!_to_(m\ waf irffitftvWl ~!nA'-iV)l��^'A;i^y.    angary- school -with-marks that would gain  '*-'.-     iSoN XyoVQtJ^fJ^^hhitt ti5^.admit(_��nce/to,o_r universities.?  ,i~m���'--_^,_!-:_ w;#!A__tf__r,\even ��nore interesting implica-  ^^<ii^CT_nt,i'nia,"gua|^ntee'V of up-grad-  iftgi i_ ifhat ireaching ai,the proposed college  -^pUld-^be superior to; that alt the universi-  ties.'vStudents who enter a university with  sfepoibd&ry 4ehoo\ Q^-yor B averages are  g^'eraily js.pe��kirig jiot up-graded to B or  A averages, respectively.  Bather, there is  a casualty list of as many as half of the  Tunforsr taufie Allan 221 V&S), AH3y  Henderson 317 (182). I  tjihsons howling  ; ,;--AGr^,J_A^NtE,/Tr_ke_  ��� VC/,wilit-A��n_AL(��Lfi,lr^  ;,,.   ��� , ;iCSt_FFC)Bto THOBOJJD, Trustee  Subsidmilon ,  ypiS^y *.��� n^s j����� sgB^SJftS _5?'-SrtJt  Shore Community College and the, vote for    ^d, secondy*ar.  Tbe proposed college  same to .come up this month. , ^y^ pr^ujne, .then,  to  produce, from  ed to fommte&e such a program.  Mr. Pai_s_ stated that in the meantime  i_ee .Co__m__aty Program- Branch would  co__i__e ___l the quarterly ��rants of $500  to keep the. central recreation office at  Sed_fiEt ��pea.  __, AUmdiag ffihe meeting wre Mr. Pahton;  HIGH  scores  this week;   Joan Whieldon   t^f^^u-^L^^^^''X^  ���   676, Gladys Blander 300, Glynn Uavies    ^^ ^^ Erectors   Frank West, Cliff  *43, and Art Holden 304. ?Sks^1C^e^'J:om^^rs Mor'  i i-   . �� _r      ^   -it-     ��� q-*   a���    -30 T_o_-pson and Ken Goddard; recre-  ���   Ladies' Coffee: Carol Kurac* 561^ to    -^   ^^^   representatives    Mrs.  Lee 614 (245), Irene Jewitt ^Uene Bott-    ___. ^��__ mM w_,,rf_^ ^_  ���n��� wA.��i-_  l}i_f 570, Belva Hauka ���3* <262), l^jrra-ne  Three���We ^nust:per?ist in our efforts to  ensure admittance of our graduates do  federally and ^ovincially financed post-  secondary schools.; J_dst,of our, vocational  schools and instates have .come into  existence during lhe past decade or so. It  is only reasonable ito fight for an expansion  of such Institutions, in both site and number, during ftrtUre years. **g " ^/�� "S^.^'SS T^TIZJZSZ.   mr. ��r- M^ Houstey, Mr. Bon McSavan  All .the 6est to North and West Van-    J^JS ��S   jSS S��*^5^S   ^ ��*��l Bo^eeretary Mr. Charles  couver ih their __de_ta_i-g to provide, for    ^SSSJSr* Coo&wg and Recreation Secretary  Mrs.  ���heir ��tnHpfit��   ��� tftd^ Wrnimhnrtv miIIopa      ^^o^w *i^-   Jf__��B_ '  .Gibsons A: Frank Parker 27S, Len Effis ,-���....:���,,: '        -     .' -    r - -��� -        -    -;r..-M- -���   ,,:-,:-  m, Freeman Reynolds 600, Mavis Stanley ft^;a^jg^��^^^  638, Al Edmonds 262, Joan Whieldon 698  their students, a truly ctonmunity college  But such a venture eould hardly prov6 ol  much benefit to our community.   ,   ,  TIRESIAS  of the Office of  CHAS. ENGLISH REALTY LTD.  Su.nyciest PlaxO  Dave Hopkin  Resident Underwriter  ZUftlCH LIFE OP CANADA  serVilA^ (fie SUrtsHirie Coast  Phbric 8a6-_8Bl ��� ttes. 8.6-744.  P.O. Box 500 - Gibsons, B.C.  ,. "��� -Voung'' 'people. - going "irop' tGiiso_s'  tbfc Sechefij. Pe^nsula,, would be',# ^wne  dieadvahtigc. T^ey^Tild not reluth WMe  ^.njgit Wipom rave fa boardr-where?  I'iloubt If there are many places '^-Ww  Vancouver���if there were sonfts l_ N<ni  Vancouver, I believe^ requires a c^4B|ft  of tbus���anfl ,^ I^^Se| do not i*un, I fl-nk,  very frequently -at ^gh-t either to North  V4hcouv<^ ^^ncfl^ver. , \\:  I rather thlw# Mint tor the possfhle few  might .go, trpmK'here; it would mean  dlstrMs 0�� W< North, side of Howe  ''   be- subsidizing  ithe   North  ^; M. E. TELFORD  would  Shore.  turning _  ]fe.ltor, The Times;.:   <4  ' t3ir--��WMle W. fWhs ���' best' knowh Jo  me fMversity itself. Such modesty should  j^;;;g^7 uifrjigardedV :;,.���,��� . ,/  ��������� v.'-;C(-9(-,-'3p0j_Jt; -pSijif��� eutu_(c_a_c^-j?_jg^-Sps quoted in,  this ,;rcampaign ;invMibiy show total pro-  tfp.e_ number* of senior; that iA, Grades  ^t opd,12 students; not acliial numbers p.  Gra<|e is" students only. These figures further, purport to rep.-s-i*t thfe nutpber jft  stTudcnite whose only deterrent tov college  eiJiicpJion would be airily to graduate,fr<��n  js^cdidaVy school. lAttuaUy, the ,inost.���irpr  qu-jht thwairi to a Wdciit's further educ^-  4JW^'i?,%k'-oJ(#u4d���. A year  #ay;��<i4 home now costs a student ar_  hji family somewhere between $1500 and  PW.,''"���Jlwoy families simply cannot pro-  ���m,!m pMjil<6��,!&i& the, differepep bf.'  (^en;^(_-e .tjlde^t^caii earn in _i$uuer  fork ,atpt bis, iofal .needs. As of. rtoV, 4'  Readeht sMcft 1921  passes in  IX)^G time Trident <>f lhe olstrict William  Hodges |>__sed av/ay February 26 in the  Oakcrest Sanitorium, Vancouver. Well-  known in tbe area, Mr. Hodges resided at  West Sechelt and has lived in the 5ech>  eU district ��_we 1921 until be left here last  year, be was 85-years old.  A eliSHsr member of Ibe Sechelt Branch  Eoyal Cahidlan Vejfion, be served itt 4b.  102 Battafion d<__fg world war <me and  lost an eye wbtte o_ dctivi service. Mir.  Hodges wa..#m._im- os _ prol^ilonal  gardener and played a large part in beauti-  fication of many homcSfc* tlie SJ��a..  (gh), tion kacKay 647 (287), Alec Bobertr  s&h 651 (242).  feachers Hi: Melvin Jay 607 (281), Jack  f.tchett- 6X4, Art Holden 667 (248), Freeman  Br%nbtds 703 (295), J_h Stewart. 609 (248),  Vera Fait 256, Sylvia Rngtey 231, Garry  Sbyce 669 (240).  ,,. Commercaals: Frank Nevens 7__ (_7S)J  wfedyis Elarider 623 (300), Matu-eeh SmMt  609 K'm), Phyllis Hyltbn 627 (271), Dorwn  Crosby 659 (275), Bill Ayres 600, Irene  Olram COO,  Port Mellon: Glyn Da vies ��� 743, (2S0)  (258); Art Holden 684 (3o4), Dot Skerry ���05  (281), Bffll Ayres 648 (288), Mavis Stanley  Z8o.  BariiUtnist Randi Hansen 233 <M4),  DeUMe Slc-t<!)e 291 (186), Cindy m&eldm  MM 177) (172), Debra Pedneauit 260 <155),  Randy Whieldon 226, Bruce Green 323  (m\, tUhv^d mti&ull 231.  i  smrm wmmrn harbour WATEfiwomcs district  COMMUNITY HALL ^ MADEIRA PAllK  1967%dit available for in.pection af Diskicr Office  is  _B_2  _ ^       ^wrf-  ________  ^  *  i  . ^.--...-.v. T��  rr^'^'"'' '���"" ���~"i ,r-     1''-U"��-'.eur''iraduates could havjs,'gain-  tii^��dv^ our elected Board of School ed _dm}ttai^ to exlalilig post-secondary  Mistces appear determined to extract t_6 j^iobUng 'of one kind or .another, yet the  list penny from l_4 taxpayers of the dls- thj____r wo bave enrolled in achooli otlier  met, there surely must come a time when thap universities his renlained quite, minJ-  we at the paying end of their pet schemes scule.   How, 4re families 'who would b)t  will reach a turning point. bfeifftng M BddiUbiial ta��� drain to filuppoit  . .*3rho lat^jft. flight of fantasy, a Regidnat a NorWi Shore College going \o find funds  College, w��Il U BppiMc_, cost more wiUdn to S^rid ft boy or girl to % ^vhen they cannot  a ^rery chont time than anything the i&f- flffojd t^e cpsl a\t any other school? There  P^yer has ,h��d to,,carry so far,  We will, mJg% be s^ Argument here U a rapjority  -���...      >��t.ii>i��.(i���i .���,���__ ..  __��MM_M___  ___.  ��_*,,      .^. f. �����  "A MortQoop Is Q wonderful ihlna". Few  Fomilin coul. evlr bwrl 'or en/oy a r*omo  ot iHefr oWtt without H^ibtnfefit of ia  MortyoQC.  At lhe stroke of a pen on,an oppllcatlon for  MORTGAGE CAr^tltAf(W {-ftl itettb.  ... You con GUARANTEf your family tho  money to pay off U% 16B.  I  For ~��*tttli, call or wrtta tot  11. mm  UbitmtiAtUT^iicni^mtA'nvn  Pox 5.6, CS!>��>-��, B.C. ��� Mmnm 0.6-2000 /,  ___.  M,   ^^'^^lo.i.,, .^..,. 7,*.!./      .f 1 ,i ..k.   JlAlfl ��$����   V/csst ffll iMMkffll' ftw# four mod-  ^ MaSt-St.l bp^Jart^.? tcr _ft __d  D,_L Hydro Finance Plan���odd cost  C? cfionge% or additions fo )/6ut  > light &lil<  L'L-V..  J-      . '.' -  _���<.')  _____*..  �� TE_s f%_fe_f i_fs_l ctCSr {Hsweirttl Oh tho  (MStflCt.  I',"        ���   ��� ' ,  _ /_- k___I ^ccssd vacuum, ������ ��� ���    ���  * $3_v.*55 fess $10,07 for your old mcp#  <S_t$8p0a or E>room.  YHH pAV  >**i"*,tf*,T*   W*"t<*  !���:  IJ,ll  i ,<    ���  yUAj*'*   J_    J.l.Lt-'iirf.        M     115  ,L*  iJUlil-  r^C3f��*3fc5X'*-  >-��__._ _>   jf^__>-  ....*.���a.  t'.r  ����yw��iy**��<��tw  fc-*^*"^  ���i��.^wf��MWWl��tffc ^^Wy^WIB^j jfl^^ltfiaSI^^BltWiMmwW^ ______y>&r7  3?fi��S*_3H��___&^^  i\       i -\  efttfefiSig^S'tes  ���"-���*   \*1  w.      v..  !_'  Iijll#|>|lll Ml I  MJBING <the Japt'wtei a  ' . -#oa of .the s__ool ivas     ��� ...v ,  ���.  flu. ' As toany .'as 53'-pw_te(' were awaar  on one day, and there were/on^,,jrine., in  . one Jlath. class out off a <_as. jaOa^' with  the result the class, w^s jaMe.io ,UJ- "*1,J,*U  .��� Mr. Anderson (to see "ihe thAwc '*l  caplured in Garden Bay.,~ tli * ' {<,  I came down with ithe _lu myself and  was away for six days with, tbe'iesult that  I was unable to even think of ifiratbg my ~  column. ,   -���  On February 27, Awp gentlemen, ?>eslie  Brooks, Secretary of the Comjmun$y College Cto*ord_ra_ng Ctotojmittee; mi Peter  Wilson, School Board Secretary Treasurer  came to speak to ithe academic and Vbca-  " tional 'seniors about the propose^ ��� worth  Shore Begional College. -This college which  would be located in West Vancouver and  serve North and West Vancouver, Howe  Sound and (the Sechelt area, would accept  both academic and vocational students.  On March 9 a PTA "Carnival will be  held at Pender. .Senior students are asked  to help as they have had experience working alt previous carnivals..  On Friday, March 1 there was a Teachers' Convention which meant a holiday for  (the students.  February 16 was .the day in. which the  Grade 11 and 02 classes, Mrs. Benjafield's  Drama .class, the .girls- m-the ^Secretaries',  Club and Honor Student Darlehe Dubois  went on (their trip to town.  We took Ithe 6:30 a_n. ferry and got off  at the bus depot at 10 a_n.  The Drama  class and (the -Biology class had previously  'got off, the Drama class to go on -heir  tour of CTV, CKWX radio station, the Art  Gallery, the Queen Elizabeth Theatre and  the Biology students to go to the Aquarium.  Places visited by the various  groups  were: Moler . School of Hairdressing, B.C.-  Tel, IBM, The Hudson's Bay personnel department, the Blanche McDonald Finishing  School and the Eaton's personnel department. .-,   >  I had wanted to go to the Sun building  but as 1 had received no, reply to the letter  I had written several weeks before I found  I would have had to wait until one o'clock'  to go on the conducted tour, held every  Tuesday and  Thursday.   Since  the tour-  lasted until 3 o'clock: and: I was due at the  IBM building I had to forget about going  to the Sun. 1 spent the time until 3 ovclock  -Jbyy������wa'-,y@u$h'av  a'-d^d^Mojeiaf*l r,at4_e* Vancouver _^u__��>__&_jiy and'.the  When ^_r*iv^'__{B,���.'_-l.->_ wm  #6n a _&___ar;,�� _[ate4ap_-a_tdressvb(K_c  , and key ��ha_i 'The _;ey-chain was; shaped  like.a'mii^t^ t^epSione.'t.    ^  ',- "  -* The tour';encompassed:lhe ground floor,  where ^rkers were4yping,~_hel0_^  tance switchyard,: the .local switchboard,  and the section tor radio phones and phones  for planes. We were shown the supervisor's  desk and learned how operators make out  bills lor long distance ealls.  After the tour was ^completed we-went  to the cafeteria where we enjoyed a free  cup of coffee, compliments of B.C. TeL  At 3,o'clock we -went-to IBM. After  arriving there we found they had, moved  to another building on Pender Street On  arrival there a gentleman named Mr. Cole  showed us around the building. Points of  interest were tbe machines where the data-  center' cards were made out, discs like  records on which information was stored,  computers' and Hecto-wxiter machines on  which whole letters could be reproduced  from the original.  ' Mr. <k>le asked me if I would like to  try typing out a Datacenter card. I did and  kept it-as a souvenir of IBM,  in one of ray previous columns I stated  that the Bible reading and .(Lord's Prayer  ' was resumed as a result of a school board  decision. 2 had been given, to believe that  this was, the case, but I have since found  out Tthat it -was resumed because of,the  wishes of some of ihe parents. The Bible  reading had been discontinued as as experiment, but some of the parents were anxious  to| have it resumed. - ';     "*   -*   .  . In another column I mentioned that the  students had made up lists of places they  wished to visit in Vancouver, One of the  places mentioned was Molspn's 'Brewery.  I was told ithat' there, was the misunderstanding that the taxpayers money was  being used to send the students io breweries. 1 thought that I had made it fluke  clear that /these 'locations, were only suggestions and that the list-was subsequently  narrowed down and such places' deleted  unto,' pnly locations having a pertinent  relation to future careers were retained.  I hope' that any misunderstanding that  may have arisen has been cleared up, and  the taxpayers' have no misconceptions as  to -where their tax money is going.  _, ,,,*���-*�� rts^r^^^T^V' t^S_ff___/L^*M  ._.;_*i__��_i_>.  4^V.__^rHl��ft.   ft,|Wi,i.i"m,.i_.��W_fc.KgJ  J  >?  .We6n&dny,Mtisch 0-1 r>^,:  i ^>i^i^^^^^^^  VVh,      ��,"> *i__ui * - ���*!  __S*>wR-*   _s *     J  ��_,lf!r'/_i3��J.-^ fe.-rfg.*. j?.. - _���a     ���    _._._j  WJiile Pender's ?^iale ^was;Vjh#_5>ily Jweek. Pictured Jfeoirri leftt ' Bert  splasWBgaround in tehei^gpbnd Gooldrup, trainer Terry McLeod,  Thursdiiy, plans wereT>eingrj^de for i^nny Reid,, Harold Clay, Ralph  a7 inote "pqraaatfeirl 'lo^iAB'"ior' _8e' ^SiSaw, pj^sideipt of T_ji_buvcr.Pu.ac  friendly pftarhrrial. -. v13i_ iiewT net ^quariiim 'Associiatiori; Maiide'Myr  j&irived tfy plane and W&. Be^ G<JoM- (Jer^;;Dr. Muiray'Newa_ian"__Kl Peter  nn> has jhaade a fine iiew-ei_;losure., ^Benjafield.        "     '    "  The" transfer5 wall '|__fe^p_3C.Tf,Bus  ��'--*���  :_.������>__'._3_ r ���.��� i.'-: r7^ ;z-r>-\'.t'.v" \y_  '"   ���,-��'T,, -^ ��*���"   ^    -"��*3^^VS____: pir'iV^Jl  ��Tof iarAetched...  latfie siiapnig up tor  opening stores Sunders  "THE BATTLE over hours of retailing is  building up/' says Wm. Granger, editor  of Men's Wear. "Beports are being heard  from all sections of Canada dealing with  such situations. Late nigbt'openings three  nights a week are growing, and perhaps  not too far ahead we may-have to face up  to the question of Sunday openings,  "The situation 'is not ~so iaMetched.  Today inthe^tliS* Hie hiw^aga^t-'S-ld.^  selling 'axe^hdng<atta_fc^vci^__i^S_tfe_  and ignored more than ever. Some department stores' are already suggesting that  Sunday business-hours may soon become  relatively commonplace.  MAnd in Canada? The Sunday-.pen milk  store is a part of our life, variety'stores  are seven-days-a-week operations, farmers'  roadside markets on Sunday are springing  up on many highways. We have car dealers, rug houses and others advertising  'open Sunday for your convenience and in-  I spection.'  i "Economic pressures are forcing many  to reconsider their opposition to Sunday  ^��w.00m0Bm0>rm,.m��a.��m.i,����mu0m00��0..u��������.\t0  Cents  ��ifin$|  Let i  Classified  on@��i  fiifie5  fPhon��  selling. Competition for the consumer dollar is very intense" particularly from rec-  Teational and service facilities that are  frequently permitted to operate on Sunday;  rising costs of doing business and shrinking  profits are forcing, retailers to ponder the  advisability .of having their facilities idle  one, lull day.,   '  CUSTOMS-HANGING -. ''C- -'--.-  - "33ie'habits-arid customs of theMpuhJic  && .hangings tStrnday is no longer merely  a^day of, religious observance. It is also a  day for amusement and recreation, the day  when the whole family can be together for  outings. *  "Today's customer is' used to convenience, and Sunday is a day on which families can shop together.      .    ,  "-However, just as there are .factors  favoring Sunday opening, there are also  reasons against it..  "Sunday openings add to the expense of  selling; they would require more sales  personnel at a time when finding staff already is a problem; if all stores opened  Sunday, ithere would be little advantage,  sales would just be drawn from another  day of the week; there is also the moral  question of the right to turn Sunday into  'just another day*. \  "The 'Sunday-open' situation is developing here in Canada and it could be the  thin edge of the wedge. The question is  not as clear cut as many would pretend.  On the one hand is the consumer who is  entitled to shop at the times convenient to  him . . . retailing is a service to the public.  However, the situation could become unbearable for the small independent retailer.  "The time is now for the retailer to  decide on his stand. In fact, the time is  'overdue for ithe retailer to take a seriously  active view of the whole question of hours  of opening. And if retailers are! interested,  .then- they should get together to draw up  .  their campaign. , ..,..,  "Perhaps the first step could be to take  the control of store hours in a province  from ithe hands of the municipal. authorities, swayed by the need for taxes and  moneyed interests,! An overall mandatory  provincial statute covering the question of  hours of store openings would be better.  But such 'a statute will never come until  the, retailers themselves agree to stop talking and grumbling, and to act."  rernment  fauUed in lax billing  THE PBOVTNCIAL. government has refused to delay -introduction-of a uniform  system of tax. billing,-the president of; the'  Union of BXJ-Municipalities said Wedne.:  day* . * - ' *:','.-��� ''th  Mayor Peter Wing, of Kamloops; said  UBCM -exec_$ve members, {requested -a  delay until 1S69 hut were told by Municipal  Affairs Minister. Dan -Campbell- 'that the  government plans to go-ahead'this. year.  1 "The new. tax form 7will create :a__doi-'  strafivec problems for ^municipalities.,- Many  will not be able to .change their computer  system, rto handle the focm this year,^.he  .said.'      ' - ,, .\     *    . t   ,'"  k "We asked-the minister tor _ev,isi6i_._f  the form or a-delay-until, next year ito  study it but he'said the government will' go  ahead this year.'.' , , . . .* .' !.:.,>  Wing also commented .on a s report  tabled by Campbell in- the. legislature Jan.  25, which,said the'fin_nml .position of  municipalities is continuing :to improve.; ���-  < /Wing'said some municipalities (have  minor problems but most are" enjoying a  fair measure of prosperity. "   J';' * -  "This,is-because of normal growth-and  the state of B.C.'s economy and'is not due  to anything specific that the government  bate done// he .said.    . ,   -      , _>.     ' *-  Japanese surgical  find relieves palsy  -  . '   Big catch /      -,  Vancouver Public Aquarium became crops" up /onceJ every' four years,  fee official owner of Pender's whale . February 29t_i.. The money will lie  when.'director Dr. "Murray Newman . divided between fee^ fishermen who  ijrii^i},b_-id_Coyef "0rei._S,ODflr^te4ue ^took payt ah fee capture.      A       -'"  Random Thoughts  A TOUBIST resort op, the coast has-been  selected as 'the site for setting'up 'the  first" EPS 'Celectronic piotecition system)  in.North. America.' rThis monitored TV,surveillance .system would ^make/it possible  for* the person at the controls ���to watch  people on the beaches, streets, parking lots  and boating areas,' at a distance'of half  mile. The infra-red sensitive cameras  equipped,with telescopic zoom,lenses would  be able to magnify persons up to 10 times,  even in fog or darkness.  '. Inevitably, there \ bav_ been, protests  from many people on the "invasion of privacy";, .it .is offensiye to. tpost' people. to  feel that their every moyement is scrutinized, their every word overheard.", But to  people who live in a small town, this is old  hat; they live with this assumption all their  lives. T]h.ere isn't.a small, town on thei continent, that' doesn't hav6 its own,, private  surveillance systemj staffed ,by, expert  scrutineers. ,',;..''"        ���. ,' ',:;,..','  Marvellous ds EPS maybe is,, It Is  doubtful that it can match its human counterpart., The electronic apparatus; is capable of magnifying up to 10 times, a human  observer 'c_n"man��iilfy _n'ncdeht a thousandfold. The monitors of EPS'are!'restricted in their mobility, whereas the human'  ���by Mary Cross  surveillance system has lookouts posted  everywhere; and -judging by the evidence  they are capable of being in two places at  once: infra-red cameras may see half mile  in the dark, the self-appointed minister of  'affairs'in a village, can even see what isn't  there. The TV monitor system records in  impersonal black and white, but the human observer's data is unbelievably color-  ul. Proponents of EPS argue that this  electronic device is powerful enough to  reach into anyone's bedroom; for the human watcher this is mere play--the telescopic zoom lenses on his eyes not only  rea^h into the beo^room, but they uncover  and'bare aU.'H, '.���;''!_.' ; \ '. ,.';'.,\' ���"'_���;'"���;', ;_,  The cost of EPS, should ilso be considered���half - a million dollars for a small  town-, whereas man's seeing eye services  are< strictly voluntary, obviously a la'bour  of love prompted' by a consuming interest  to'the affairs of others.  Therefore, before we dismiss as ineffectual the human system, let us consider the  tremendous service it , provides; for the  community. Each' one of us has had oc-;  I casion'to-fccl its far-rpachihg, effects; and  to wpnder at the devotion to duty of these  keenly interested members of our' society  who hear all. know all, tell all.  A DELICATE surgical technique which  produces marked'improvement in victims of .cerebral, palsy has directed worldwide attention to VsunaH group of'Japanese  doctors capable of perforating the operation.  Called "stereotaxic brain surgery," the  technique was strikingly demonstrated in  the recent cases of five Australian youngsters   successfully   operated-on,;, by'. Dr.  Bjrotaro" N^arabayashi,-.. professor- at Juh:  tendo Medical College.    - , .  '   Dr. Narabayashi has operated on 130  cerebral palsy- cases and is the most -experienced of Japan's pioneer surgeons in  this technique. Tbe operation is designed'to  destroy the cause of cerebral palsy by using  a needle on the affected portion of the  brain. The needling must be directed'most  accurately. 9 '  > Cerebral palsy strikes children in-babyhood and causes paralysis of feet add  bands. No effective method to relieve  cerebral palsy has been found in other  countries.   ,  As a result many afflicted persons bave  traveled to Japan for this operation. Doctors have also visited Japan to learn Dr.  Narabayashi's revolutionary surgical tech-'  nique. ' '"'"  ___.���_.���_.���~���.^_,_..������__,������_.��� j~������...... i^ ���������������I��� ^  ���fejr. Jqs!i ��aw, A4.P.   -  '--'���  w ,- > ��� "   /./%    '  -Jv �� :ji  WHO is ffltis mqn Twa.au?, Whatldoeshe  'Stand tor? And why his sudden, popular^ ,  ity?. fXhese are among the questions vyhich  the 4elegates to ,5 the liberal'leadership  Convention will, be 'asking> themselves as  thay go Valiout electing lhe uext Prime  Minister of Canada;    :  -,    --   y-  Why;all the interest? Why is; Pierre  Elliott j Trudeau suddenly the man, of the  hour?><r True* ^e^ brings intelligence���and  frankness--*to politics. But there is more  to it. than that. The Canadian electorate  want- to see a new face in Ottawa. And  this impatience has infected the rank and  file of the liberal Party as well.'  The,new.Minister .of Justice was only  elected in 1965.  He has only been.in the  Cabinet for a year. And his speeches have  been few and far between. Fortunately he  has been a prolific writer. So,it is to bis  various books and articles that we must  turn in order to "get a better idea of the  man himself.  Here are a few excerpts;  ���There should be, "a declaration of  (human) rights entrenched in the Constitution which would be binding on all Canad-  .ian�� and on all our governments."  , --"Cultural protectionism/like the economic, tends to weaken a culture.'^  ���"In matters of international trade, we  must move towards'a free, exchange of  goods "and services/' > ' ' y  *' ���We should "'leave social' services to  the provinces. On the'other 'hand the central .government <should) take more re-  - sponsibility in the field of economic deveU  opmenV'   ��� -'" ?  ' r-"Canadian capital should be induced  to enter more into' tbe speculative 'sector  where the yield is higher"; and finally,. '  ---"The time has, come to borrow from  tbe architect that discipline that he calls  functional' and throw out- the thousand  prejudices with which ihe past burdens the  present -let us cast down flie totems, break  the taboos. Or better, let us consider them  void. Dispassionately, let us be intelligent."  -This man who piloted the -new-divorce  bill through Parliament" last, fall and .is  now rewriting Canada's Criminal Code is,  of mixed r parentage." tos' father was /a*  wealthy, self-uhade 'French -^Canadian;  (Champlain C% Products Ud.). His mother  was' English! Pierre Elliott. Trudeau ha��  studied law and economics. Among other1  things he is a graduate of Harvard, the  University of Paris and _he london School  of Economics. And he is a world traveller.  Perhaps this, more thah. anything' elset  eohtributes to'hfs broadly based and essentially universal approach to things.''  Tod httie administrative experience to  run things Sh .Ottawa? Perhaps.' Itfot  egotistical enough to be a real leader?  Maybe. .But able.to handle the House of  Commons? Yes. Pierre .'Elliott Trudeau  has a.way with him and his star never  shines brighter than when he ris^s to ?peak  to a' host of Jd.P.'$, who can qlnckly under-  stohd] -and" usually believe, everything he  sayp.--    , ,,  USS/LAWD FLOHIST  & GIFT SHOP    t  Specializing jn Funeral Designs  pnd Wedding Arrangements  , 886-9345 - Gibsons  885-9455 - SecM*  -ljET'--UWYt-:;,|X>-'IT  -hz^^  Out Service  Really Hits  tbe Spot . .  No slips! Wo make sure ovory job is done jus. right .  for auto service that makes a real hit with you.  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Many residents are' aware of this sl&atj&a wait jbpettders; w}|l he punish^ %uk_$y, an_' i  Hut actual detection; is (uotr eaay" _? ,%m severely for the.1 crimes.   -* > t,vv "??>.. ii  gown; .vigilance, however, Is >Sng titan* . ^ere^sonte danger" that.'tine _<mrts' V  Ijamed.       ,..,-,   , r<  ,/<-. -way. ,sp'often impose J_gto\c_v_M6pe__ed  In order to point out dangers, eo'n^fe- sentences.,for,'serio_s,crimes'in ihe htroe;  ftuenees and indications of use, the .West of; $elbbilfteting the offenders!tilatl the  Vancouver Boar_ of   .Trustees has > p$k .ajQcfyc_}s against cmhe are _��ea_y weak*  %ced anexcellent brief, a copy -f.whic^' ea?d!'ain��r%eee_je ,*c__fej_five because lfce  iyas forwarded, by request, to The, Timei... pp&alty for crime" becomes,too cheap.  We (therefore take pleasure, is publislnag;    : ^In Wiairy,. cases, puni^unent. roust be  Its contents in order that it tmigbt, in sopte . imposed to defter others to maintom'effects  toeasure, help remove the squalid practice' ive sanctions against crime."  from the Sunshine Coast '<   v ^-^,1. i_._i. ...��*,��- " '  T! WHAT IS. MARMUAMA?  MARIJUANA                                    , Marijbaua'has, been known as'a drug  r Because of recent court cases, involving tor many years under different names; in  some West ^Vancouver school pupils result-, different countries.'- The drug is .derived  ft*. jn conviction for possession of mad- from 'the' female hfsmp plant add in its  |uana, the West Vancouver School Board  |_s prepared the following brief. ���  % Tbe purpose is to inform parents of the  jftrug and its effect, and to consider briefly  the possible consequences of a conviction  __ ithe courts for possession or traffidsing  __ marijuana. , ,  1 The information contained in this "brief  IfeLs come from legal and medical sources  H well as from tiie news release -of the  ffercoftc Addiction Foundation of B.C.  THE LAW AND MARIJUANA  Marijuana has been classed as a nar- _, .  ^tic^jmd as such, talis' under the heavy suggested^fiiat'the unexplained agpeaxance  -,-���-_-��� - ^ dgairette papers around the home should  .^.^,f__i^Al�� V^v^y^^w.^^ v*C_ih_*^4*_v. .fc  Ih  EMHSei,  Section. B  "V  Wednesday, March _y 19_8  1  /  ^_  -  -���i     v  Pqggs t4  Campus iater ...  VOTERS go to .the polls Thursday 'tode>   or how "we wis}i:it wwOd be. The iaife.-of  mvI_-    .#    _-fho.r   nronf    _-*_        Sw_   ��_����__'    _..?   4__>.        ^___^___��r^.   r_.  jl_.I_-__.-I a   l^na-ies set out in Federal [Law.  .   A., Juveniles.  V^Mle count sentences in  fuvenile court axe less severe than in adult"  fcpunt/they can be restricting and far--"'  Steadiing; . /  a The Judge, on conviction of a ^juvenile  for possession or trafficking in marijuana,  5-iay issue a warning; impose a fine; sen-  j&nce' the offender for an indeSnite period  to Brannan Lake; or suspend final decision  ahd place the-juvenile on __l__nite proba-  pon until he reaches the age of ZL years.  Under'this'rsentence, the judge may bring  pads, the juvenile to review or consider any  fereach of probation; he could raise the  ��nyenUe_to adult court' without additional  trnju-fgesfor sentence Mm to Brannan Lake.    ^^^ ^ ���_.__ _ ^ __��� ���       ��,___..���  In .addition, to further and "other condi-   juana users advanced-to heroin. How_iany  cons, the judge niay order _hat during the   would "have, anyway, irrespective of mari-  pure form its use is definitely hawnful, and  can lead to insanity.'  Used in this form.  in $he Middle East, it is known as hashish  (the Assassin)3 and in lhe old days was  used to 'bring persons' into a _rame of mind  to eeminit <srianes., v    .        .,^-<.  -jaiijuana is green brown in <K>lor and  is usually seen in this area as a mixture        . . >���>r >r-   ', ' Verv 'laf_��.  of drifed stetos of the pJant^ttte of green   ^T^\ V����ZLZ' ~-��-_��_I_    ������    ���^Lk��^ *~�� ��i_-��^ ��i,��������,��,������  leaf and greenish white^eeds > about the -CaJwons:.-Volunteer.. firemen * Twa >r protection for fiieinen, -giving mem a  sizeof a-swee^pea-seei y        Siarp   and   Bruce   Campbell   get ; little moite'<��_afort.''t_^e-tnirik^ar-  _t is usually earned around in a plastic   acquainted with __e .control panel o��' rie�� _^e^__ng apparatus and h^tang  bag or match ibox, and is generally smoked  ' _bue brand new trucEw__c_l will .erve.  e^Uipmatt-and?cw'pump up' to .625  in handmade^cigarettes or a pipe.  It is   Gibsons Fire Erotedion D&trict" The'. gallon_,per minute.  :  cab of tiie truck extends back to form     . J:: '-.   ". ^ -' -\     .' - .  " :  _    _ ������ UWUl. SUVUlIU  beiinmediatdy investigated.  ^ The  smell  of  burning marijuana  is  sweet, not. unlike toe burning of musty hay  or  alfalfa.   Quite  often, /the  user  w_l  icanto-flage this smell by'the burning of  incense.  EFFECTS OF MARIJUANA  The -Narcotic Addiction Foundation of  B.C. made tfhis statement recently in a  press release;  ��� "Ihe, Foundation is opposed to, - and  cannot condone, tbe use of the drug marijuana."  - The only actual'accurate statistic is of  a. survey of 4,000 drug cases in California  since 1360 in which one out of eight unar*-  cide if.they want,to 'be part of the  North Shore; College District, and by this,  ibe, able to send their youngsters to the college which will be. established in tbe West  Vancouver Secondary SchooL  -'The.vote will ask for approval only to  establish a community college.'  ' By using the high school facilities from  4:55 ".to 10:30 ' Monday throu^i Thursday  COStS Will be kept at a ��nwiimimn  change is beyond comprehension,  , "What we need are more educational  facilities to cope'with,the big, advance;'^n  knowledge/Bight-now even with tbe'mctqey  and facilities available, some people could  not.be trained to meet the high standard  required. / .; ���_��� , _  ��� "Mr will take'us years io attainvithe  level of the' Uuated -States in education.!  And one of ithe sorry facts today is'-that  For, a" Sechelt home valued at $12,000,   although there" are' more people 'working  _ ._     * ____ _- 1mm     T%   /N _��M.^1.-.W.A       _��___.       _.*     _Jt- _      ________     __ -__���_  Dedicated group  ���    9  it would be $2 per month.  If a campus "and buildings had to' be  acquired by 1933 when enrolment readied  2,000, the same itpme would pay about $7  a year in college costs.  Educators here can only project figures  and' costs. It might not he necessary to  move the college in that dime.' "-  Speakers at a meeting last week in  West Vancouver answered - questions on  the college.  Dr., Ian McTaggartCowan, Dean? of  Graduate Studies, University of B.C. told  the more than 300 people attending that ins  college-would help in staffing.   J  ' "professors could teach at ni^it," he  said, "and had done so in other instances  in B.C., we'have one of the highest r$tes  of imempioyment. '   ~  ' "We can't fill the large number of ___1-,  led jobs available7despite this unemployment,, because' there is not tbe trained  force to draw on,  �� We are looking to other countries, jsueh  as Europe, for trained people to fill these  jobs oh a short term program. For' the  long term plan,' we'must educate our people to fill these jobs or we are selling them  short" :r i  ; The college will have a two-year academic, program which win allow graduating  students to transfer to universities; techni-  ��-_:voi3a_in__lt psrogram5 upsrqdiag programs for those without entrance qualifi-  tp help institutions get started. We would   cations; add general interest courses for  cooperate ih every way to see you got.a   adults.  FORMATION of ,the .Gibsons. Fire Protection District took three long years of  determined eSfort on the part of a few  dedicated -citizens :who- wanted, not only  'adequate fire protection'but also the best  equipment tor the volunteer firemen.  Tangible proof' of the efforts of these  '{Mrs. Cha__berlin"stated that Minister  w^hout Portfolio,-Isabel Dawson had been  extremely helpful in the negotiations. - .  /^Costing approximately $25,000 4he new  - track' pumps at the rate of ���_5, gallons per  minute _nd',car_ies 500," gallons of water;  period of probation, the juvenile may not  drive or apply for a driver's Ecence without the consent of the court  j, B. Adults.  There Is a maximum term  flife imprisonment for trafficking and up  seven years for possession or use of  marijuana. It will be noted that these sentences'are as harsh as for murder or rape.  Consequences of the law  ' A conviction arising from any drug  jKffence, * marijuana included," disqualifies  for a term of years an adult Cram running  for public office. In addition, the offender  would find it difficult to become bonded in  any position" r^uiring^-ohding;. could not  &nigrate;to the United States,, and would  _ot be able to^obtoln a visa for travel in  countries requiring such a documenL  ju3na,-is not known, but the percentage  that did -advance is of -great concern.  /Soj-te' physical reactions following the  use' of .-ie'drug include;    c  ' '^tthe eyes .became sensitive to normal  light exposure; ' *.  .  ���seifsa_ons and perceptions are altered,  par|i��ularily in .the auditory and visual  spheres-and this may-lead to hallucinations  and, impaired 'driving;  " -nlatge doses over a short period produce <__iripm, wi}h hallucinations followed  oy sleep/interrupted by dreams and marked en awakening by weakness and mental  depression; '  lfeW people,was the appearance of the brand the __T_3_7~ model International will still  new 1S68 International-fire truck, on display' be1 used' as. a pumper truck. jXhe new  'ai. Sunnycrest, Plaja on; Saturday.   lire, t^ck  is   also  equipped   with   breathing  Chief .Bill" Scott personally thanked the: apparatus , and   lighting' equipment "and  three jmembers of the: original committee, - carries- 1300 jfeet of .hose.'  It was built  chairman George Ruggles; secretary'Mrs.-' according to the'specificationsof the' Gib-  Berntee^ Chamberlin and assistant .secre-- sons' Volunteer Firemen, and "will soo% have  tary-Mrs. Vi.Winegarden who commenced; radio' contact  with "the  Gibsons Village  negotiation-with the Pro viniual. Government' tawek./ _    ,,..,-..-���,���.  top staff."  Dr. Bert Wales, director^of 'jVancouver  City College, said they had no problem  getting a top staff. They also, employed  successful businessmen in some of- the  courses with a great deal of success.  , "They > have valuable background that ���  is tremendous assistance to the students,"  he said. * . - ��� * "  Stewart McGiH, Regional Director, Canada Manpower, brought the labor market  into focus.  . "There- will be no place- in the labor  market tomorrow for the man with stxong  hands and a strong back," he warned.  i '^The future won't be like it used to be  . The college would allow any adult who  wished to, complete his university __i_ing  to come back to.school and. achieve the  standard for transfer; it would give retraining for' adults in present occupations  as-welL. .    . _ ,  _-^-tf__W*<M^  i&iaaawaa  COMMERCIAL PRINTING  tm Finals  SSSS7lflfflr^_4-_-/ .  mmiBY mum  J_ffE)  Boofcs On Our Shelves  . -fty Fforence' McSavoney  gees -pound the, world!  From Las Vegas to* London it's.  rpg!f���*&v7V2��*$?  - i-ithere'ls a\tfalse appreciation of sight , MANY-of us li^'to-experiment with cook-   for a cahiping' trip. In compete isolation  and sound.       v   '      '      \ y '        '-eryr and ^this'cjbr be,,'in iaet, a'.<vetty. '_|om Serialization or for Eving-jn-isolated  Vol-_tel^-were>4ested^__'to standard- rfeWTarding hobby.  of work.   M<-ri|uaipa- jgave'~ a false.- drug-   Fen____a>T'i_ies O:  ''- Sensitive govern__i_"posji_on'ww_^       ~__����plect eon^ence^fliat'tbeu:*#ork W"'-^^ec\tjonoixc.J  ^losed to bim. He wouW"li_^tiicted"fe)   *bWet,x f__t' the' same "Volunteers pklced   for- e^er>: linagutel  :the.books, in; the-   ^ion^xTberp^is-alss) a complete "assort-  r *"____,       "i,0 ,*__"_____*'    __      r   ���*"       "_.**> ��*     "*1  *     -���   (t_-Y"'_t"   *_.* t       _.'*    J  nonprofessional employment, .antUghe. soc-  fad implkaitions for him would be -serious.  ���ACTION OF THE COURTS^        t  r. Ther courts" have gone on record that  ithey will nojt deal leniently with convicted  Marijuana cases.  H With the recent-judgment of the Court  gpf Appeal-in B.C. in tiiecase ofrMorley  Adelman, a brilliant young man, the orig-  4nal suspended sentence and fine for unlawful possession of marijuana was thrown  out and4 changed to six months' imprison-  \. ment.  1 f'>   The judgment said in part: i  It"  .work-done, while -not -under the influence  of the drug, as their best ' '    ,  '   There is strong and indisputable evid-  - ehce-that-the* stronger fdrfns of the drug  aire directly connected with anti-social be-  haviblir and "crimes of violence. ���  . , Sleepy-eyed .man,, sitting on' bed  and  1 staring out window," to "wife: "Darn it!  It  looks] like it's-going to be another day."  Frowning wife to husband' at cocktail  party,; ,*% wish you'd stop introducing me  to "people as' your roommate."  plain every day-m  iai dishes tor  <5_sions. One book vd particular, Houseland-  Gardens " New Cook Book, covers every  phase of' cooking cand gives details and -  iJ__5_-atiohs 'of method, and some colored  iliustratidns. '.This- volume jalso- includes  some recipes by famous chefs,.and though  some of them have-very fancy sounding  titles, it is interesting to note how simple  they are: to prepare.  Another intriguing little hook is entitled  "Wilderness Cookery" and gives complete  details of equipment and supplies needed  , . ;^mfe>^/m^;^^dF;pi_ts:  to the fattdestspeb-'  gr<m - wild < and ^not: usually cor_5d^red "as  ;__d:6pecial be-   fboi'*:���'* ,:^. ;    ":'y  ;" >  r'So perhaps if yen.haw:_een;depending  ra: recipes/tulled' from y^^mother's^old  cook book, of perhaps one of the.cook books  put'out by one.br other of the'milling.companies, perhaps bolstered by recipes clipped' from household magazines���excellent  though.these undoubtedly are���you could  experience an exciting new way of feeding  your,family with'dishes prepared'in an attractive professional style. Besides the  books mentioned, there are other specialising, to, sandwiches, candy making, cake  decorating and another one dealing with  barbecued dishes for outdoor eating.  :  rt^thc^f.Wumber Oneh  _l|ll||  sf&etffi  i Teen-age boy, surveying his dilapidated  car, to father: "I want to improve its  pickup, Dad. How about staking me .to  some nice seat covers?"        &  ,i  t'  .>j  * v."*r-   *.-   *-^V7  "JrffflS5^P!?SS>S__ *    <LiiiriiM.<i|||*uijiMjiMjjl|.''jM^ 5rv,.-f.7 I  ^fJOTES TOME���Legol types are riding  .(' plenty of heat from clients who are  married but don't want to be. The fuzzy  State, of the new divorce legislation has  teyeryone' confused. There is now soiiie  i doubt whether the new law will come into  Ilfect on May 1, It can't become effective  before then but it might be a long while  Afterward. Ifs all too complicated for laymen to understand but some parts of t^0  law just may not be constitutional. Which  means that if the law is proclaimed ond  pome people get divorces before the constitutional points are cleared up, some very  happily divorced couples might find them*  selves back being unhappily married. When  p lawyer tries to explain all this he runs  Into trouble,  r NEWSMEN ABOUT TOWN-Promoters  of the Pacific International Motorama, the  hotrod auto show, usually get Hipbways  government comes to life with same major  league names for its new mediation board.  That's entirely possible considering the  hir|ts that the chairman will receive be-  faWien^ salary for  a guaranteed 10 years. 'Other members of  tfy$ Jlboiard would receive between $30,000  and:$40,000. Among the names mentioned  as the type of. person to handle the job: H.  tiA ' Ooldfrtberfl, Judge Sam Frpedman,  ahd Fred Carruthera '������'; '. ', When drummer  Buddy Rich, the darling of the Stone Age  ftick 'n roIleM checked into the Bayshore  the desk clerk asked what arrangements  he wantibd to make to pay a $500 charge  that was left from his last.visit to Isy's a  year .ago, Rich! was nonplussed, not to  mention embarrassed.;, lie didn't know  anything about the overdue bill or the  hotel's Efforts to collect! After a fast long  distance'call to his agents, he'wrote put  _, personal cheque .'. i Artiste Mary Mc-  family built the Cave in 1938 they achieved  the effect by dipping burlap in plaster.  This is a different era.   Bill Lasseter got  the 'Cave' effect-with molded, plastic ,,,. -  Sandy Robertson, the> Liberal:nominee)to��, [  the seat made vacant by, the dearth of  Socred  veteran Tom  Batev took several  trips to Victoria   to   watch   the   current,  session of the Legislature in action.  After  a particularly rugged day Point Gixy^MlAA"  Pat McGeer took his,friend and onetime  basketball teammate aside and admonished '  him, ' - don't think you ought to .come here  too often^you might get disgusted - ahd  quit, before the'election.''-!  CHAT OUT OF THE DAG-Out at UBC  the other day an alert passerby spotted the. .  flag flying at half mast over, (the Armoury. ���  He phoned ithe : information office to fuvJ  out who died. The information office didn't  know so "a 'call was placed, to the, universi|ty-  Some girls are so narrow-'minded they  can wear only one earring.  IT li&il_���ICfC$ MJL TB.E ����P2^S ��F THE  j,      SENSATBd^-FILLEP ISEST SSilUEfl  ^ TO THE fUI��AT��&i-�� Q)F��S__i SHEETS. -  Rod Taylor^- Catherine Spook - Karl Maiden  IH TECHNICOLOR  SATURDAY 9 - PJ���$i_l$AY tl - TUESDAY IZ  ���t  __uvu ��w w-w,   _o����Ujf   6_i. mvi-.,.,   _.....   .���_.--������ .-.^ _��,���tt w�����.   x_ *���   thd.    switchboard. The switchboard staff, wliich  Mlnl.ter. PWI G.0l.rd. to handle opening    ^��^ ^J^^J^* �� 2_    usuaUy knows more than anyone' else aboqt  what's going, at UBC,' also came up blank.~  Finally a call Was placed-to G*nv Sir Oovty _  Roberti, the university's .director of cere- "  monies.   Back camejthe'.answer, through  channels' of courk..; The1 flag haa just been  washed and It was hanging ppt;t? dry ...  Former Football great Ami- Wdrtmel'st-r,' *"  now a resident of Seattle, will come up to  Vancouver and pay \M way, to- the *-or<*/  Louis Moontbatten dinner' March S, "bt-K  cause it's for Ithe Hds." The, kids ^ire tlie  ones at ;the Variety Club's Ladner Farm  . . . Coming from'his room to the lObbyof '  the Georgia' Hotd Padcfy Bavren-CdttMnrat, :  Epccial prosecufor from the aygcp'fl branch,  shared an elevator with'three very shaggy' '  youths and r middle aged woman. As the ,  elevator unloaded, the woman accosted a '  bellhop and, indicating Uie - three ehagistast  asked, "Who arc THEY���Arc they male or  female?" The bciyiop.rcplicd, "Oh, they're  Animals."    nowcn-Coltiiurst Is . a   square,  but he's a gcntlcniap, ef Uje unfortunaljply  rapidly disappearing old school,   lie Immediately interceded, "Young Wan, that Is r  a terribly rude tiling to say about anybody  ... ." A passing friend look thelawyfr In ���  tow and explained oboint ti>e funny n?inic_]  that funny-looking 'mnsical' kem havo:  adopted. *  *  *  WASSgRMAHIA ���No wonder Ihcy'ra  talking about two c*r�� In everybody's  garage at bomo. Tbcr.*. no room tor Ihem  oa _i�� da*i*__iwn r_"cet_.   .   .     .  - c  Uceremonles. But, when t^cy open this  'gear's chow at the PNE April 8, the of-  tficial duties will be undertaken by L1m  Baker who was Miss Playboy of 10G6. Abcm  .", . The liquor Control Board has Inform  med its vendors and operators of cocktail  bars and pubs that tiicy can now Ignore tho  existing Indcrdkt list. And no new names  will be added. In less polite circles  the interdict list , was also known as  the Indian List. Magistrates were empowered to put names on the list of people  whom they figured counJd't handle their  boozo. Theoretically a person whose name  was on tiic list couldn't get a drink or buy  �� bottle. That worked fine in small towns  but Jt didn't mean mucb to the city.  . . . tSomctim�� newspaper gal Klr��ten Gmi  ftiott, a relative of the Burnaby reeve, dropped out of UBC part way through the term  and had to give up her scat on tiic UBC  ��*��_<*. All <��f which in old news. The item  Jts _wit ehc landed a job dealing pastrami  /tiandwirtirs -t Jack Rubin's Granville  ilrcct deli.    .  |fil    INSIDER'S   OUTLOOK-AH   tho   trod*.  f jinion mlsglvlngfl about the pew labor Icgl-  -station is to bc expected, espedatly. la ihe  I face of tlie Socred government's Upack re*  Ucord of giving big i*ew Jot��i to tincmpJny.  ^��d cabinet mlolfcters. But the tnado uf^Qfi-  Ibts might be mightily cmbarj(rii��i^d tt the  wedding day so "we'll only forget our an-  nivcraairy once every four years."  ��� ��� ���  MPS 'N DOWNTOWNS-It took a 14  month investigation by the BCMP and  penitentiary authorities but all concerned  are now convinced that the Christmas parcel bombing of guard Frank Newton and  his son, Norman arose because of Frank's  official duties and not r from any other  cause. As a result of their conclusion the  Dominion Compensation Board will accept  full , responsibility   for   _je   mountainous  gcdica! bills for Newton and his son. This  eludes |hcrapy and all the assoirted treatment required by Ihe pair as the result of,  their tragic injuries. Meanwhile Frank  NoWtoo is now working full time in an  office at the B.C. Pen in New Westminster  4 , . Twenty-six year old B.C. Uon back  IMH Lasseter and school chum Barry Wil*  Uams, 27, Iwked everything to get Into  action with their 2&0 scat go-go .type'club  called Laascter's Den at Broadway and  Commercial. As they explained It, "We're  taking a iihot���but If we go broke now  wri've got time to comcb(ack from disaster.  "'Jt'*'better than tvalting until you're 40."  That might also apply to go-go dancing.  ,,..Om more,item about���,La_��e4cr*s I>cn.  The decor is reminiscent of the Cave, with  the wall covered In * material designed to  make tire dub look like1 tb�� Interior of' a  tutitenacesa cavern.' But v*_ea m* ___$  %;���  ~    -   - ^ p��-i-->   _��� *  t^.  .��� ,-,_������.. |rf t. m T...lt ir,,^,, ,    M mj,,,   tm        B,  . j  ' _Ji ��   ?,SSi_  - ��� "\itir4r. r&**Fj&P^^  -'   < ,* :i6&�� -fcl-____. ���    ^%J@$-?*J* ���:"  * *  ���     .��� w* ft I .& *��#S^^^^**��r:��� ���&#&  ���       , ,  ''      ��� ���   '���      ���   _ *^ * "  m,. ,   ..*��-    . i '��  * '���     ��� ., J��......_.v__.    ________.*���,._��.      ������  Mvi. y^'Jr lons^islarcc pltoue bill is loo !mv!  We're carious! More and more firms arc finding that long  distance calling saves their executives time and produces  faster results. They get to the point quickly, obtain im-  jrncdi-ican5Wt^,kccpinconi1anttourhwiJbotjt-<��f-i(nv'n  customers and distant staff members. Ask our Marketing  , l>qr^rtp��0Git ta wapsst^ways jm could increase your  pmm bfll - ���. profitably!  WJElss  saw  tBS0sscou^mtiiwMtc&tt0nr  ����n_eu  m  r  "* ����� *Wv*lw��<��l��*#' "rti^w h "  Wti**p iM* *^.^frj ** 0fi,^9 (if&L,f*�� 4WhiiMfcp4mi. y* .k  I &H Mf j# ,^ j*"�� j��#1'm!* ���an~ft-A��^*V>W*'i*W|Wf,'"*��i ���!* rft-"'Hf'^tj*'^��*  0 *jKtt^W" l^fry?*"*^'* ^���%nff'S rf^t'W^f^a T*^ **^nl(W*��J<%^  \,^i<f^f^>f-0��^0i^fvM*��^*^^ * Ggglgre.. stafezmnt  on>J  W- -pay*r wc.ru, aiwui- *��i? j|m_ij^uju��_��   -  ,r���t v stanflyaM^efactt^^y^ean^a^;^  " '    City -Kali, we have.heatcl tfyafr GPvernihei^ I  are^aH^werfuJi/a��td auyene, *ho ��i$_��;  _feaioj$ tn$Jfivemment x��|_^ _��tt7>����t_ave *-'  aimea at go��emmesi'  BECAUSE many excerpts ^ave been���b��3d-- access^be doesn't.<- After the question, was  1   lined, the full tej4~o-*Ho$t P< A. qp&  rai^aitmt^luiiMfext^Ue^my Birec-  lardi's statement,in|tie���Ugis_5tive A��se#b.   to| of I^at?od ��*r itatfe %y hgd^rtd  ly regarding recent ctergeS agains^bimr is   Montage roadfoin Blue,BiVer. Hesaidittus  very interesting.  The Hews presents .tftis, is standard, policy. I asked bim if itvwere  verbatim  to read,  since  publicized  less  that  right ako to be heard in -equal time1  Statements have been made about my  have the same poliey tor one area as we  supposed involvement in a land development at'Kamloops. I would like to state  this case very simply, then you judge tor  yourself-  In the first place, Mr. If. J. Turcott  was an owner of the 25Q0 acre property,  29QQ acres o�� it with,a single partner and  the balance with a group of partners. Mr.  Tjurcottwwas>a personal friend of mine, I  was one of the few men in whom he had-  real confidence and we had talked several  times about development of the 2000-^cre  section.  The other partner wished to sell  out and be asked me if my sons would be  interested in buying it on, an mstfilment  plan basis over a ten-year 'pesripiC   This  s- was. agreeable and Mr. Turcott^drew up"an  agreement,after which any/sons went-out  and surveyed, working for several' months  on the "'property and' putting* out' development plans, for Ahisjs their, type -of, work.  This property was situated well beyond 'the  highway limits, approximately' 1,000 :feet  from any, highway,  * Shortly, after this, Mr. Turcot*, phoned  me one day and asked me to visit his office,  with toy sons.' We did" this and he told us  he had some sad news forvus. He told, us  that he had . . . discovered lung cancer  and that he had at best one year to live.'  He wanted-me'to'take over the administra-  ' tion of all his affairs, but I told him I  didn't feel that I could handle thiswith aU  my other activities. I said I would help  him." in every way possible to make, decisions, etc. but that I felt he should,remaint  on tbe job because' be needed something io  " occupy him during his illness. I alsd stated-  that I thought medical science could perhaps, find some solution to his. difficulty.  He accepted this. He took treatment but  after two or three months the doctors told  __ him he had-at most ohly.three months to  live. So naturally ther^-were no agreements signed. -My sons had no funds' of  their own to, enter into a contract without'  him and, therefore, the whole proposition  was just'left in abeyance.       f '   .  While tins was^going'on the..properties  held by the other partners, were, in dispute  as a result of pressure by one of the other  partners and in a subsequent; court action  the properties, werev ordered' to be' sold.  This I am sure caused Mr. Turcott no end  of distress and helped to hasten his death.  There were several parcels of land in  question one of which was. 303 acres. The  2000-acre piece was sold on a different basis  because it was under different ownership.  NO ACCESS GRANTED  TfcV300-odd acres in question,'was put  up for bid,by the court appointee and hi  the first instance ithe reserve price was.set  at $250,0001% the .'individual who caused it  to go, to a/ forced sale.   My department  received letters from H. A. Roberts .a^lrinj  for access but tbe depadtment/s policy wa  that no accesses are ever granted to spec  ulators.   No one put in a bid for it at!  $^50,000.  It was then offered for bid again]  by the estate in accordance with the court'  order 'and  the  property   was   sold, for  $200,000 to Tara Singh Ghog.    \  1 Now the reason my sons were involved  in any way was simply because of the  2_00-acre pjece they had worked on' as  developers before they had to cancejl their  agreement-because of Mr. Turcott's fatal  ipness. .The property was offered again  'but because of their lack of funds it was  taken up by a Mr. Charles Bennett, who  - h^is much experience' in this' field, arid tie  k#pt them on as developers.   They, hadK  done a lot of the original development work \  in the area and today they arq,still working-  on it. There has been no access'granted���  no stroke of the, pen making people, thou-;.,  sands oif dollars.  GOVERNMENT POLICIES  The statement was made tbajtitho Government should buy up this property arid;  make money.   I don't linow. what, money  is to be made on this kind of basis.   It  would cost hundreds of thousands of dollars  to develop it, to get water to it, etc.  Th$  Government is not in ithe land qevelopmeift  business.  Everything the Government sell.'  has to be sold for cash. We can't be in the  business of speculation.   The Government  couldn't operate in this field on this basis  for we( have no legislation allowing this.  The only way that it can be done is the  way it is being done.  There have been no  direct accesses given Io the highway on a  .   permanent basis.   This is the whole situation and there arc no "road-runners" in the  Department of Highways that we are aware  of.   If anyone in this House knows of one  , he should bring that to the Minister's attention Immediately.  so(as^t�� get _^'0tas_nfaoi.. 4#fir*|*I  have tor another: _3v_rytbiog/isc dealt with thbugbf, ft ___ 'ip&edi$C > i&}tfr wfi$**i|_  on an equal basis.  One''reason frontage,  repom* bte&ine mw&jaedpem^t'twifa  roads are put in and paved at the time the  anam/highway is,built and paved isbe-  'cause this is the most economical way of  dqingv the job, as the paving crews are  there at the time. This was all that was  done.' This is proper. I wpuld, therefore,  /that tfce$f#__, soitte&fog* to4 it* "t, aoV not,  _-*J.Si..J*__   _--    _,i^.-_l.   4_-->_%t%*S��i   AitinmJ  it b)^iitbxough.^a^mta^ iflyeMgafton flhat,  fW^"^^']W_#S  valuable"fcouteof,very dedicated}&$%aM  thousands of dollars. It coukfbe' he washy  aware of the depth to which these people  would-' go-to, achieve*; th&r ^obj^etlye. \ I  maRterj plain m> k $&$&^.  t^ai_h<|ri-^ a,^i$fisf plat*, tii^m.m^t   . _---.-- - ..-���,  ,    dpterent 4ndividua-^ ^ave _$eb ifsd^ as  be happy to have the Member raise all the p&vn^ iusii ��^, as a, ^��0^t|err of th^  questions be wishes on these points because begi$lat(ire a<feX years" ago, p^entfecjrain  evqry^ place in the province is dealt \yith -*��-*-*-����� ��� "~x ����� -* **-'-- ��*"���- ����---  on' an equal basis.  FAMILY ATTACK  I would like to suggest to you that all  of; ^his is part of an overall plot. My sons  haye, been brought into this picture and 1  think that is a, despicable, thing. Previously  it was my church, now it.is my,family,, I  wqpder. what it will be next and-I wonder  just how far they wish to go to try to defeat -  this Government?   Sinee these allegations I  have been made in this,House, my family  has been subjected'to some of [the. cruelest  pressures that could be placed on human,  beings. I think it is, a,tragedy,4hat members, of my. family have to->be 'dragged in.  Since these attackers couldn't do. it with  _iy church, now they want to do' it on a.  personaT'basis.- One of 'my1 sons (mentioned  to a .friend that perhaps he and his brother  should have gone1 info the undertaking'business.. "N6!(No!^ said bis friend- "If, you  were in the undertaking business your dad  would be accused of building crooked.high-  w,ays to kill people so you, could gef more  business burying them." Mr. Speaker, you  just can't win. Some have said my sons  should not be in land development.  Why  not?  Can't a "man operate honestly in this  province just because his father is a Cabinet Minister?   Must my sons leave their  place of-birth because" their father is serving in the Government? I'll defy anyone to  find my boys getting any preferential treat-  imfeht- anywhere.   K'anything, the opposite  as usually the case.  To show you how far this has gone, both  of my son's offices have been broken into,  since, this situation started. Last weekend  my son's office in Kamloops. was broken  into. I'received a phone call at-9,a.m. say*,  ing, "Dad, nay office has been broken into,  and paper'strewn all over the place." .1  asked, "Well, did you.call the police?" andf  he said "No" and I said immediately "Get  hold of "the police" and he did.   Twenty  /minutes later, a phone call from my other,  son in the City of Vancouver saying, "Dad,  my office has been broken into and my  papers have been rifled and $20 worth of  stamps stolen." ' Both afc filename period'  of time. So I said, "Well, son) it ?doiestft  -surprise me.because the pressure is on and.  it has been on tor. a long1-time. As-you  know 'someone' has had people' trailing me'  around, investigating me, checlrin&ithis and  checHng thaifj TaJ>pfng "lines "and "cfoing  everything under' the sun to try and get  me."-  And. the. capping, incident, .occurred, just  a couple of days ago. A man I hadn't seen  tor, a number of. years appeared suddenly  and said he would like to chat with me.  The result of, that' conversation is quite  interesting. He suggested to me that ihe  was an the City of Vancouver tor the purpose of appearing in an action starting this  month sometime and that he had heen  asked especially to do a specific job, I  inquired about what he was supposed to  do 'and he" related a rather strange,story  Al_v and Mrs; Robert Alvin cBeejpan^  '���~Mqfaby^BB&fi&6  OTHER LAND DEALS  There are other pieces of property, in  question, one in particular at Cache Creek  which' tiio Member from Vancouver East  says ho is going to bring up. I would suggest that he bring It up. I think the piece  of property ho is talking about was purchased by a Kamloops cleaning plant <0  cwtnbliKh a second plant and other commercial facilities, The firm later went out  of the cleaning business, leased the plant  and sold the pro|>crty at Cache Creek. I  see nothing wrong with selling property If  you can'4 use it for tho purpose for which  it was purchased.  1 am also told there is another land deal  in Blue Hlver that Is going to be mentioned by the some member. I welcome  him to raise It Inrcausc the property in Ulnc  Itiver ban been dealt with on exactly the  same basis as any property In the rest of  the province. I am told there is a piece  of property in McBrlde he i�� going to indention, and 1 would welcome this. I would  ask the Member to try to find any denllngn  with an individual owner of nny piece of  property that is not dealt with on exactly  the isame basis. Nobody in rnr department  asks fho name of the developer. That is  of no consequence. If he. Is entitled to  nccess, he gets itj   If he is not entitled to  I said, "Are you, serious or^ are you just  kidding." "Oh"ho," he. said, "this is really  seriws."  J5o I suggested that it might be  well' to mention this to one of my legal,  friends a,nd he, said, that, he, thought that,  would be all right,   t phoned the lawyer  using a telephone with an extension.  With  this gentleman on one' line and myself' on  the other I asked him to relate the story  to the lawyer, and he told this story.   He  said he was contacted in his' home by a  certain, man, whom be named, and asked  if he would appear in the. City of Vancouver  daring this week of February to testify In  an action which was to begin sometime this1  mbjitii. He saI4; that"ty? cbntactj tel4 him  h|s task was, when put^ o^ ihe stand, to.  say ariytiiirig he possibly could to7 implicate"''  the Minister of Highways, Mr. Gaglardl, in  order to embarrass him to such a point  that it  would be,  necessary  foif  him to  resign and, in] so doing, help to defeat the  Government.   For this task he would lie  given th,o sum of $?5,000, The efnphasis. of  course, was placed on the attempt to get  me as ah individual but the result desired  was to create a situation In Government  that would cause Its defeat. Tho lawyer at  , the .other end of the line questioned the  penson with me extensively  and got the  information exactly and clearly stated. Mr.  Speaker, this statement has been recorded  and I am certin   it  wouldn't  be   niade  lightly.   It docs show to what extent tho  people using these methods arc willing to  go.  imoxe pawns. , They Tafer active, in.' my "area  aft'B-uifloopS. -They- are" spreading xumqrts  by the thousands, rumor^-that have 'caused-  people to be disturbed, rumors that haye  caused people to lose confidence in me,  rumors that have absolutely no foundation  of any kind, rumors that'threaten to discredit me and. any family,  of    _ ,..^ ^_ ^ ,  .^.r. __  Speaker, and I' am'"prei��re_~ to say it'on  oath anywhere in the,world, is that m tye  sixteen, years that "Ibave'been a Minister  in this Government I, have, servedithe taxpayers of the province with'dedication _nd  determination, Every dollar that has been  entrusted in my. care has been dealt with  honestly and used fairly.  Mr. Speaker, I. have lots of faults, I  may, be a bit flamboyant and I may use a  few bulldozers once ip a while when people  get in ihe road, but I, have never hurt'one  individual intentially in my life and I am  not going to start now, I have many stories  I could tell,' many, facts about individuals  who have attackedme and I could injure  them, by mentioning these things in this  House. But Social Credit Members in this  Legislature can be proud of the fact that  they have never resorted to attacks on  individuals.  For examgte, ajewyears^ago there was,.  a Member "in"thirHo'use7*now a Federal*  Member of Parliament, who had a record.'  We were aware of this record but not one  Member even as much as whispered 'a  word,, about it be-afts**- we wereirF interested' in tius' type of" dirty politics or in  ruining an individual who was making an  attempt to do a fair job. lt say that every  Social Creditor should stick opt his chest  in pride and'say that tiiis was, an honourable thihgr This is the *w_^"'l would like,  to see us continue. __,  Let the Opposition go ahead, revel in  their despicable tactics. Let them go  ahead and. attack the indinviduai, Let them  go ahead-and bring in. the families and  the churches of Members and Cabinet' Ministers in order to play on the public's mind  and spread the rumors that things are  wrong when they are not wrong. I suggest  that they <��ntinue if itheyj want to.  Some have said on the floor of this  House, "If you don't like the heat, get out  Of the kitchen." Mr. Speaker, I have always been able to stand the heat. I  apologize to my colleagues for causing  them to be embarrassed by some of the  things that are being said about me. I,  apologize to the iPremier for causing him  any kind of worry. By God's grace I'll  continue to do my best to serve the people  of B.C., the place of my'birth. '  T-m  :we��  >"@e_BL_  Qts��n ro  CftSSd-^STJnited' Church was'the" scene of  a lovely wedding on the evening of Teb-  ipapy 17; -IPSk when-afr *;<Kr>p.mf Sev>- W.  M.> Cameroa turited, to? marriage Bhonda  Mar^wr-Waisbff'aild'-'Robert -Alvin/Bee-  man.  -       -   ,.  -     , - \- y ^ -- -  The{ bride is toe daughter of Mr. "iand  Mrs, Ken Watson, Gibsons and the groom  is. the son of Mr. and Mrs, Clifford Beeman of Robefts Creek,;B.C. t  - Given in marriage by her-father, tbe  bride chose for her wedding, a traditional  gown of-chantsBy lace^th lily point sleeves  and bouffant skirt tiered in panels edged  with lace to the bottom 'of* the gown. -ler  headdress was a mantilla veil of matching  lace held by a pearl encrusted tiara 'and  she wore a doube, strand of'pearls which  belonged'to her grandmother. T&e bride  carried a bququet of pink alpha roses-aid  white stepbaimtis with streMners tipped  with rosebuds."      " *     i  >. Mary Ijatding, ma~t of honour' and  bridesmaids Jttdi G^therpole^ Diana T^ee-  maji, andiCiar4.3_atson^ sister ot %e" bride,  were gowned ilikein peau de toie"de"_n_a  with elbow length jackets of lace d'eleg-  ance. - Their whole ensembles wgre" inr Venetian Rink. Headdresses were of crystal  and pearls and white, tulle covered bibles  centred with pink alpha roses and green,  velvet leaves with streamers of satin, and  lily of, the valley . were carried^ by. the  bride's attendants.  linwer .girl- was tiny Sherry Galley  wearing a dress."of ��� Venetian pink peau "de  soie de lima with, frosted overlay of silver  dotted white net.- She carried a basket of  alpha' roses, white carnations and trailing  Uly of the valley;*a* lace bow in her hair  was centered wiifh a matching pink rose,  Gerry Gathercole was best man, ushers being Stan Cottrell;" Phil Baitte.; .bro-  ther of the groom Paul Beeman and brother of the bride Randy Watson, *  The bride's mother wore a short evening' dress of powder blue, tiered in layers  of nylon organza and- lace with a white  fox stole. A pink bow hat and corsage of  feathered pink carnations completed her  outfit.  The mother of the groom wore a sheath  tpgtd&tfy:   ,. , -   . - -, i.  -    '��fo!tto are thr^approa^es-to.^cpr;  j:;/tire^on.of>ittteritiU^1.'  ,<- > I    - ,'.,-;��,��*  r".The first approach, is. tp,nse ^coin&nfc.  4  Hon of estrogen and progesterone, which,  , ar* the hoMones from the qvaiyV iA* eic-  *   a#Qy:tSe slfthV wa'yjas' ftgy ar^ u^ed for  xjt|al'1c6iit^i.epUoBt. The idea^ls'to reatthe  ''"aW fbr -ttlrecf or fout- #onth_? aim* hope  wat4hli' wlllv ..suit-in wcrHaied fettilUy-  wfien the pills' are stopped- ani' It' stMs 'to  function' again. ; This, i&l the: so^eailed re-  b^nd-'techiiique.   It  also'explains? why:  w_u__h;a_esatd to be,-and generally are;  njore^feEtile when they-SjUnxtaking-contrar-  ijeiptive pills.        - - '"'"    ��� i  -'-T^e- secqHd;app|R3ch % tp, use,-,a-c;am-  pqund $a$ekiclm$^mte faac sym^netie-  'eompm^-^^^^^^i *WBWIoi|.��p��i��f  A is the.ovarvi thafciSjatfaplt/'W^^^��e  are probably the most Commonly used  pifis for this pialrtise/they aife'noty_t on?  tKe"_iarket. *__ey-a._ not''^tte^"type-wllch  . p_od_oe 'multi^e bit&if and'they wiBtmfy  work if the' ovary- is eapa_l--of respo__i_g'.  ���The;-third-approaeh. is' to Usea'com-  '___jtion:<tf,p__5'and:injection_." ThSs ajw"  proaehL is used-.for.cases; in whi_h, the,  pituitary gland, ithe master gland; which  contxols;%oyaryj has-failed, twt?% ovary  dress of  lace coat  was M  .. R_cepJ__o.-_i|.li-_l.ab the'  Community Hail: where unele-bfcthe-groom  Mr. Clarence Gibson'was": toasters of cere-  monies and- Mrf Rae Krusje ��was-toastfflasi-  ter. ,     "- v *     ../-" '���  Out of town/guests Mr; and Mrs. Glen  Winder, Mr. and Mrs? W.- f_ssimarf.of Vic-'  toria, Mrs. F. Hbrto^ and> son, :ms: S.  Hebert and Beverly, Mar. and MraV)*l Cos-  tanzo," Mrtf.- P. ^Raines/ Mr. F. O'Hagah,.  Mr. ahd Mrs. S. Cottrell, Miss'Betty- Aha  Cottrell and Mr.' Ron Albman, Mr. Terry  Raines," Mr; and-Mrs. R, Watson,- Mrs. R..  Rusheli, Mr. and Mrs. Bert yfafson :ah_"  family all from Vancouver.' ,'.,;'  .For. her honeymoon, in th�� United'  States, the bride chose a-blue*wool A-line,  dress and' matehing coat-with.-white fox,  _o_ar.' A white-hat; black, accessories aipd  corsage of ^>ink: and.wmtejcaift^tto^'cpin-"  pleted her outfit."      . y       ;' ' " -t  Upon.their return, the yojuttg couple will'  reside in. Gibsons.  Voice heard- froto~.in;gicaLteahv at start'  of operation: "Who "opens?*' A    * -J,  these'pil|s are very, rarely usedj and only.  mviex, caj^ul, superv^o% ' Wpme^l vifhq,  Jtake these pdls are often desperate to have,  ehildren, a^d" are, willing/to. risk,- TOjdtiple  hiflhs, '��� For them' the alternative is genera  ally- no cbilclren.at. all* \  \Do^ea,rte^,r<tee>age7_H, to friend:  '$'11 ^et, my another tries, tp. act y<c>uager.  than ypur ,mpther."  We thank our cueitorriers for their support sine:�� we  *      �����- ' >      '  took over the ElowetvShop.in Secfhelt.' -  We sincerely. hop^your will; continue to support the  new owners, Lorraine Knapman and Robert Heard,  whom, we feel will prow&an asse�� to, ther_fist:riQ_ awd; we  wish them every: success. .'  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Mr. Speaker, it eccms that n terrible gang-  isterlsm h|a entered her and that some have  .looped so low as to use lhe most despicable methods known to human belnRs to try  to bring about the dislionour of individuals,  the tearing down of Integrity and 1h�� defeat  of Government. "When the very basic foiind-  aUoni of our freedom* are l>clng challenged  ot�� tiiia bsMtls, when money is offered to  people to lie, to cheat and to misuse ithe  highest autiwrlty of the land In order to  implicate. 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S_f^ S--I__l___u ^Lf?3^"4^^?055*:  ar^aare'. ^aanples o| tie tJejst"H|id, «_ PH$rrV .djJulWfe rinj; ^d^ i>|(f#i *? c^u*ll'K^0.^av^ B1Dce takefl «P'«sidence
intervention. Tbeys are final' aiud/"    "    * ~     "    "        "*"*     '"'" " **-L'-"*'r"
P^anti afldve<udemjsnt-Jpejt capila,_ian, any
biriidflv'"" '--nvtnB^AeAfN
. *. -A»_i ^   M"*J^*»y- .'.     -Jitioie at Welcome, Beach after more
A bappy social eyening foU^wed^ wi«|^ thaji„two !mpril^s, in California axe Mr. and
?5^»!^a^«***_*»- ^^^^ fi^.^ob^Wilkiiison. They niade their
'fr^^Wf^^^A^fc »e-49Ua^rs> in' desert Mot''Springs ai^d
mter^ of B£.f,ttW, some taken of ^^ tbel Surrounding country, including
QuejneL^im   pcs pieces, we«e re^   nm 'Sjnogt arid .the San  Bernardino,
ri^W _?*a^^d sB%1?.^ *_. ^e'   vaUey-"' Tfiey cr(«.ed 41& 1)ord.r into'Baja
facttSai^Jlaf-eoortedtha^lb^t»e;ga^ caOfprnia". and spent' 7 few days in the
L'v:f;wW£*2_ateead2r5? ^l5 ^ftf*^' inferesting^ M^cbn port and resort of
had #e. slides made from tb^m. Wiaen thg Ensenada-. At 15- minuies before midnight
refre^mVMs were, served, Mrs, <Jlea^ cu| dJi rykcembei 3lst, they were lounging in
l ie. big birfiiday/ c^ate wbleh her friends, ^e hot -~ol at desert Hot Springs with'
had provided. On behalf-of ail who washed; ^-^er ^iiesti and'.ound Ms as good a
her well, including some who were unable way a-s atiy <to ^gre^the new year/ On tbe
t) be prese.nt,; a-:^Mgatei resented way, hGlne jj,^ ^,ere delayed at Belling-
her with a planter confmmng a dark re^- aam by a, j»ut bf flu and arrived iri Van-
cameba s_rub/^ He jpai^j bnbute'Ja<her    couver only *> experience another delay
Ql^v&t£ days-waiting-for the settlement
of the ferry strike. - -
IN BRIfe^ '   /
-' Gqest'ol'lilrs. Mary Walker last weekend was.Mrjs. Phyllis Chandler/Vancouver
Regional-director of: tlie ""BPW Club, who
was/tfa$ guest speaker at the Sunshine
< flUmsiasai; Jief }unt_ring enei^y - andi her
fm_ ,omimnnity -spirit.   "   * "   ' "''J
A tablecloth raffle was won by Mrs.
Clear' aflS" the aecoraao%" were^ the- work
-fr **■- Ral^r Lynd.:       ---- f'
also)
o^ Mrs,
Anotber. -guest, presecft; who was
celebrating bis, byrtbday. wa» Ofe Kadin of
Wafeon __ke  Yukori; who .is.the guest'of,  Coa^ -gp% Chd> luncheon'.meeting at tbe.
b^ brother, :An^jv Kadin. ,Tae next party   Winning -Pbst last Stiiiday
to.b^ held atf the ~iall will b«f,on March I6tbl
3Hd will b^s .in bonpr- of the .patron saint of
ojd Iceland..
other eountry inJbe world.
at Robesis'Creek.
tend to keep a dying industry, alive, are,
, jnarriage Mjss Nanette Ber^abl,^ only
daughter of- Mr. and-Mrs> iNfflanao.Berdahl,
of Gibsone,-and' WJOiam Jaiies^ Eldred,     Ali-^i^-.  Jh„-.-_^-.  --^_«;A
yininger.sonofJMfe^Jd-lto. ^k-Ekired     AJJ gfjg£ 0^0 MOVl©
-,«. *77 ^fc-*."'"*^ "_?■•_"*  <-   ^  /a' '         exjamsjes of bad legislation.' Thj&y iend-fe _
» Ztl.4^aILsS^SS: ^4m!^  tfearwitm _ie'sympton_5" xatb^'i^ _.e of ^e^Creek-^T^-eMmony/tbo^ place                                     	
SS ™i^Ja<^Sel^?eant^es^   cause-of 4n'e disease;  And the? usuatti. «t 4^ p__.-, Satsirday, -Eebwiary. 1% i968, |A^'f!iKMn-*» TkdfitlVf-
if.TM a^' ^^-^Sf**-   r_^ tfotfceU-terventioi^^^ at; £_e home-of the, ofiieia^ng;cjerjsyman, 101?  ylDSOIlS   hmmlV
^Jffl^*^^**^*"£   me_t;^ej_ipts^,extr^teitsfiS«r_ma i|ev. Gordon R.Dangerfielcl, ^^st Kii«i ni^mnZiaM             .         "
^v^lpo^<rfv^T^pro^ people.  ^iio£A:^ ah^y ^U>te no ffiward^ve.; Vancbuver, JBX?.,'- - , T35XHNICX^ eameras focus on romnce,
SSkf jl__lff_____S&_S^K   l?ngex.^iP^. -          ■      <-:   : Tib* W-^- given in marriage^ be, ^^ 'betrayal, and^ amotion behind
l^at^m^^o^^ ^w^tmm^^^f^^ ^s^i^^&^i^TJii^z
scenes of-a grand, hotel, in "Hotel", the
_^«_» «»__■___«_-££- fr-'^l_it_Sis2-it^^- ^s_;'r_££_s^_tr S^*as_^»wris,!fess
v€k]iada& foreign, exchange." posiUom is
also .important   But it is well down the
«##«' lej^fts.qr^^.gftyejaimeiit
bands.   Governments, and especially lhe
of the, groom.
flow.r. for the bridal party we're art-
agaiqst the contemporary background of a„ grand hotel, will open here on
PROUD GARDENERS
j Of* av very special stuff are true gardeners made'.  They/have patience, dedication,
and/ when achievement comes: a' tremendous .etfs& of Satisfaction. Such a gardener
is' Mrs. Pete Jorgensen who 'is a proud
and.happy woman this week. In her green-,
bouse stands" a magnificent 4 ft. high Bird
of Paradise plant, bearing, for the first
time, two handsome blossomsl  Ihe .plant'
ii nam^d for the-likeness of the flowers to.
an exotic bird, the, flower stalks being long
and curved' like the.'neck of a bird, tipped
by a lovely bead'with a long beak and
crest, ' The beak is a pointed sheath of-
greyish blue, while the crest is formed of-
<the flowers,. each having three  brilliant
orange petals with  a blue staminodium
shaped, like an arrowhead.
Mi's. Jorgensen's pride is justified, for
she bas raised this plant from seed brought
John Surtees, accompanied by Hhns
Zeisbfien, "was in the day last weekend to
visit -hisjnotber, Mrs* Ted Surtees who ha£_
teen on the sick list. Mils. Jack Burrows
is.home after a stay in St. Mary4. Hospital
and 'Mr. Buck Cranswick is now confined
to hospital.
With, the ferries again in operation, a
number* of people visited their cottages last
weekend. Among them were^ the Jack
Temples, tbe Don MacDonalds, Mr. and
Mrs; Bert James * and Mr. and Mrs. Jim
Bhoades,.
~ Why is it tbat the girl with the prettiest
legs is always-the first to see-the mouse?-
Chiropractic office
Post Office Bldg., Secbett - Phone 885-2333
TUESDAY-—! 1:00 am. to 7:00 p.m*
THURSDAYSt-~1 1 jQO «M»u to 7:00 p.m.
k   SATURDAYS—3:30 pjtt. ttr7:00 p.rti.
were white carnations
list  I __a not about to fcunefi a^ 4ausade* ****&&W**n^ can -dd to its max-*  fiscally aitangedby Ito/X fiWfed, grand-
hiWln-.<«a«te_a_3e__DaB^_at_. S& ke^^ e^an^;^ t?^ anoney supply.   W  mot&r'of "the groom. The bride's; bouquet
Lbelieve ithat the true value of the Can- ---'-dd to its sales by purchasing goods   <£ ^..oseouds  and .white  eatnations
«lian dollar, like^stateotok b&bee, 5^*F?^1^^5Wt*|S,fe:Mflli tt cani  posed on a Mil of-sefli__ed-iiethad-white
of payme^ ^buldI bel[ by^product^ draw*guidelaies-guidelines wbich I for one,   t&bons entwinaJg- wedding rings: in lovers
oiir otaerTipo^esrit U an Jfafrk, so S^^ S^trSSJE^"   ^ote*       'i'/-::-   ^'-'»*-._•   -
to speafe - - - 'y ta&TZl** °^' pnvate ^fejtois^ economy--    ,-. j^g s ^ -^y^ was, matron of honex,
I   It we have,^e*ployme^a£yme, if Jg .^i^ff6"?^ ^^^i^J0^   wearing _ soft >_k'_rocfc'He> flowers.
dttr'i_a__liiarei<4e^yj_.i_i^ ft* "Sa?*" \ m-a?^.+wi?ci*JS'      "   ''
tapidly as fiiat tfSy ^ <*W^"% ^m^nd0ve to price stability iv tins,
world, ahd if eat. varices -'_|B_.Wa^e^,^ _|» **$_*#' i
under control, then; Caiada^l^afic. o?:     'What are,._^ % lexers . . . 4he big,
payments.-Jike its b&t weaker.*W'e&>, got^mea^J^^ ***** are Monetary'
^ngerafedn^C^dlatt.doflaj^-^fce. ?<#f _S*W# IJ<%r' Tothem J am,
in good _hai^ as we%"  *  ,        '       ' ^/ii^^to^add^Pri^and, WAS? C0^
Canadians, must never, loose saght of' th$. #01^; T^^.lftt^r. ^ould/only be used in
fectt^t.<iurs''is an open ^conohiy, ^e. ^emergen^rf' Snt, i^sft direct cojilrels,
Aly heavily on our export tra<fe. We tibe^e- it-,«eems, have; to he there when inflation
f&rfe hsrfe. to be .amative,, We,ha«e,,tof ^ ^ndMg to,g# «&<£ hand. They have'^
be .-coritpetitive bo& at, hdn^ ancf afefoad.' 4?^ be tfrpg a$ sk lasi- resort to head off
Saturday, March' 9th,  at your TyriJight
Theatre, in, Gibsons.
Bodc Taylor* Catherine Spaak, Merle.
Oberdn, Karl 'Maiden, Melvyn Douglas,
fiichardi Cbnte,.Michael Bennie' and Kelvin
MJcCarihy star, in ''Hotel'% a Technicolor-
fiint'which combines, as many varieties of
drama, kswnedy, tragedy and excitement as
there are varieties of guests in the luxury
establishment Bichaxd Quine directed the
film from _c_eenolay by producer.WendelL
mininmy,-
nfiCB mmmmm
POWELL RIVER
INVITE YOU TO ATTEND A STOP-OVER EVENING WITH. US
THURSDAY, FRIDAY OR SATURDAY, MARCH, 7, 8 ond 9
vBest anan was Marshall Hapsqn.   The;   Mayes.' .
bzide:s mooter-,wpj^ta,*dai^^eea dress        "HbteP opens the doors of the richest-
sulfesr pMET*__^uf_niu_fy""Myli61es^aM
featuring, a. lace panel, "hft.,acc«ssories
tfore, brown, and she had a,corsage of.pink-
carnations.' I.       .""'''
■ _^te- groom's -mother- chose a, p$&- green
double knit suit, beige-accessories,.and a,
white carnation corsage.
- A  beau-fol tswo  tier  wedding, cake,,
decorated in white,. was Mmmed, with
rises up the backstairs, from basement to
penthouse, as it lays bare the round-tbe-
clock drama,.of a, luxury hotel in New,
Orleans, -.,.-„
Th&ijiterfa«ve,n. <srises.ojE a doz^i private,
lives are exploded as the drama involves
the genera^ manager, a French mistress,
We wilt serve you a superb full course dinner in
the luxurious Pow Wow"room ond'treat you to an
evening of -top line entertainment- by; the lively
Music, Song and Dance group:-
C1LE TURNER AND THE FANTASTICS
Sp&i-Ct_e„i^t'ii?.tbo luxury of-o BeacbGWdens
Motel unit and take tho scenic drive, home .after
..really first rate breakfast.
Inclusive- etw*—$14;50:|p_r person
MAKE YOU RESERVATIONS NOW
Call Collect 485-6267 Powell River
must encourage it to do thiR re^axeJi,'^
we ate to know what is really goibg~ohrin
the o__ade-world.'» . -  . /'
Nepi"political ^OKeeis^are ap wptf£> Large
regiog4N Wpsl aye 'fwrnifl^ ip, Etvp«^. vfl
ehewhete.' New'tfading ^Weriw, are'de-
v^loping, not ohiyabfoss the AmntU, bat
^^ti^erdwl^.coimW^^,
am A.ial as wefli _^|iuiact!»irm- _
n\e$jwb£ef _k'^(Dte.»^MA4Qp|li %-n
tertUtip^ial.'itrja^®* M&-fysm^^exe.tM
doty q^.^^it. H^.^T^m^
•^ off tq.ifos^ m m
Gfotv_j, <_.< Ito- vevy iuture, implica
change.' Ahd ^Mi^.ind-strie. are indujs-
tr% In 4he tniM oT;c1iange. ta^indps-
tfy, of 'course,'!__. its own life'cycle. It
grpws rapidly, atv fkfit. Then it tends .to,
IfeVel off. Fjt^r-'It rupft into; se#QU?
ctontpet|tlon, f^'\emet^ hssfs, and lit de*
Cl|ltes. ' ;  '       '.^'..'."v',;    r '-'   'W' /    .,  ' '■'
■ ^an^^^pir lifr£tetim M
Mttjlpo9ent aoUvities are In dmererABfagea,
ofi meh individual life cycl&. M©kW
%ead we, e^poMy makers, wM therefore
do we4l to pui toe accj# o^l firR^th^
Putting the Apccht on growth rn«afe&- en*
raging ih&e -odustiica which are oi^
uplswdag. ft<Lin^an£'___t(il_itld_ «*_♦,
t of actiy^ <wmidh, are mqr^.prpdu^Uvxj
cata bay betti» Wages. It tfieaca, eh-,.
coubglng industries whose producM are
io graying dc_~ahd, v^hosc procQSiS^s a*ft.
t^tircmely, c^leifin^ and whose labour. tpjcQ
ntflpusiusp ot, *M latest i^y__\t^6^, kn#JV
tp mankind.
Basely m^ m n^torc^, wcmm,
%), are going along with the grain of industrial chango rather thm. fery^:iff, nw,
against It. W# aw glvltig d~ve!o#Merit
^faiita to new, tons ffc the mat^f^t^,
ol pew products.' We aro .earching out and
giving' an cx_# fed^t to i&fMfflr* fa W>
afcaa of greatest'promise*. Am, let us
dark it. -we arc I ignoring atopr- ifduaprk^
wUch W no. dolAg 6<f ^ell. we ato
cutting bade, on ouur «uhsidl«a to old lo-
i&istrics whose ioods ate ifrcadjf ouf of
date. Wc arc jopi^i OUT b$ft # J«*-tf..
<f|E<^ whose output onf k-J^c. ^n^f^ifat
arc. already on _h. decline.
■the Fodetfid ^Mmmc^i^. mtgndw1/,,
nMist h$"fA$$i4Jr"*i' "M — _*»«_* «_*
rea^_ti^'lt^iE,
countiTTiftfri #.'"
natural re     ''-'"-"
industj^a
T^ruc, tjL _^i
Uy; <-it|¥? tlsii
ei$l lin_4'd.t
Ifte towhertlrf »ll—c«ata_ily the toughest. Jo%. lyMH, fl. f*W ■ VfM ■ <*' *fWH*i
number of
fft w43i, ot,^iE^ily,.^head\of> production.
Jawa. in thi^ way, can help .to stimulate
wm?&. %*>«!» «Wi ^H51^^ ^eodl1^. *«
gqlr^ tip. by l£_j3 ^.bo-iuLs-
QwOefr a«, well as the contractor., in tihe
heavy \cos_4|uctton indus_ry. S|t S^ts the
lit^k man. wgio haa to. _atrow. u_ order, to-.
keep his business goang. But it doesn't
have* t|xe same effect on big international
corboi^tiori whifih can do,, much, of thefy
yy HoWatfr VW&i therefore, has*it*|j^
perfections, tt i_ general rathei* (had
selective. It hilts', our probjlenv, areas: as
well As the people jt|*Jt$. t#, the. WVtfk
prostoe^ous parts of the country. In other
words,it haAoo^o/ei urxtorton^ffl Bide Atfc,cVs.
TlhW if why*it cannot bd used to cure,all
of Qur;IUs.   >_■
' Utoitetary Policy, of course, has Its good
side; It if> eifviro^m«'ic{tal< in ^operation,
Ii avoids 4M« cofaf&a. U dooa not Inter-
fpc djroctiy to. the managentait process.
MntjWtxatiyeJy it is therefore more acceptable to industry. But It l^ a Cfudo,
lever neverthelesa, M>4 many rcSnemcnia
arc needed If w k to do o, irtfasonablc Job
ot helping to control our industrial' machine. '   \^v
The next big levk<av la Klocal Policy.
Fiscal Policy is related to government
/spending.
ey wwdy. It can add to the,   seated a^the han4spme\y appowM-tobies.,
nadiaOollaiis in ckculatioaj   A f-E-tet-recepbon took place m the even-
nesday through  Friday,  a  Buck Owens,
Alburn, will,t#-given away each of the 4bree
ipg at ihe Ritz, Hotel when 30;werp present    nn^s, thai; tihi? entertaining Country and>
tqotfer congratulations io the, hap^py, young
will, be ruiyiihg.
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Everyone enjoys potato chips, froirt the bag but they olso riiokc excellent
brcodirta lor cblckcn, chops ond fish. Barbequcd or onion chips hoyo tho seasoning
already; built.In and.need.only, crushing, A blender does a splendid job. Chips aro
also easily crushed by,placing them in a plastic bag and rolling them with tho
rollinjMOIn. '   ' !.       '     .■    '« ' i   i ,!l . ,*n\*ti'
forbreading ,tb« chips maybe cornblned with wheat germ for extra vitamins
and minerals, wjth cheese to Increase the protein or with coconut or nut» for a
surprise crunch. The brcoding will adhere to qny food best if the food Is first
^pjwdiiii.beoferi egg or ml|K then In the breodlrtg. This should be thoroughly
patted oo and,then th<? whole procjess repeated. Refrigerate the food foj- at least
, on hour to,allow the breadlna to tet beforo. fryWg.
Our cheese crunch sole is an oven variation,of breaded fish but done In a
surprisingly easy and different, way.
• <^ffpf <i$tiNGH srm '
1 lb,, frozen sole (qr other white fish)
^^VP^Aedp^'otOcW^i 'A cMp(flroted clwddoc.ch^ese
V\ teaspoon thyme 1 toblespoon melted butter or margarine
Preheat ovMto 475*. Do not thaw fish. Cut block Into 3 or A. pieces. Ploce
In a shallow greased 9"x9" casserole,
Combine crushed potato chips, seosonlng# cheese and butter. This may oil
be done Jn, the b!end«r. Ploon 2 of 3 toty<WOon* of topping on eoch pteco of fish.
Sprinkle with paprika. |
Dak* for 25 minutes. S#rye with kmon- wedgw ond tartar or chili sauce.
This topping may be used to bread fish In the normal way. Dip fish in milk
'and.thjtVttt bffoaW- fW-MgdSratd an*}, hour." 0ok« 4s directed' obcyi. lorn after
10 minute*. Serves 4. '. \"   '
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w«^«#'M*»<i)*S«'i'W^'*l*<'i%"^^*^ . ~^7_V'- ��^_��.rf��_wwW^iiMjfy_i#^gjS*J- J J * -  ,^��^_fc^_^:��1^_yjA^^  P_g_,B-4  "      ^sfWnit^e'Tfjw^  ft  .���The Times1 Oifcwe Sureau  NfcW FACES'63 -   ,    ":,;  OTTAWA--Prime Minister ,L. B. Pearson  - ' will he succeeded by the newly elected  leader of the jliberal oapty pa Ap^il' *���  Within a few weeks, perhaps even a few  days after Mr. Pearson's departure -tie  entire liberal Cabinet may take en a ntw  look. .    y   / .;  The resignations of oabinet ___istei-  are automatic with the acceptance of the  resignation of the Prune Minister. > This  means that Mr. Pearson's successor will  he in a position to nick his own cabinet.  There will he several members ��� of, the  present Cabinet who will not bf re-appointed. The make-up of the mew Cabinet of  course will depend greatly on who -wins  the party leadership. 'Mitchell Sharp/ Paul  Hellyer or Robert Winters would of cowtte  pick a different type of cabinet than Allan  MacEachen, Joe Greene or John Turner.  Among those who may no longer be in  the Cabinet include:  - Privy Council President Walter Gordon,  Secretary of State Judy LaMarsh, Senate  Government Leader J. J. Connolly, Fisheries Minister Hedard Bobichaud, Industry  Minister C. M. Drury, Labour Minister J.  R. Nicholson, Trade Minister Robert Winters. ��� ,  The present Prime Minister will of  course be bowing out of the cabinet. Mr.  Winters has announced lie too will be  quitting the Cabinet at the end of March  Or early in April However he may be  drafted as a candidate for the leadership.  If he .won he would be the man choosing  tiie new cabinet . I '  Mr. Gordon has Indicated to friends on  several occasions that -after Mr. Pearson  ��=J  y'r"  i~!W  ^V'-it-*!* <  i^^-i i'/"  r >���  ________ i  Alton ]. MacEachen . . .   ���> ���MM-M__-____W_MMH_-_-_-l___-_-__-~__---___MW��MMM. H      , I  Eealth & Welfare Minister  claims remarks misleadmg  of Prayer is prepared by a woman from a  different country. This year it was prepared by Mis. Rathie Selvaratnam of Ceylon. The same service Is used all over the  world.  The collection which was taken at the  service is forwarded to Toronto to the  Women's International Church Council of  ^rS.Marie5cdtt'Sldn%r5arten class 25S ^�� *** "^ *"**!*  Mole |be show at Elphinstone School Following the service tea was served  Saturday durltfg. a demonstration of imst. Hilda'. Church HalL  .41ie school districtmusic .program. ���-_-._-, ��...-_,,-.- _A_���_,_,.  .1^_iipi_tie4'Uttlefol|twho^angand M^HE* DAVG5Ji* ^^L   _  - ^ncef wefe.OeftDo right)backW V? **�����? ****** �����_ ^ughterBair,  '*_���  ��-,,;'#e:Wo_k;i)-y ol I*ayer;S^ice ws ^Ryfcy Svme ___ M_riUe^_era#;.2ndi  heW% ��t,,'��U_a��sif At|gUc_n/Church on   Sechelt-Paclc/l^slie Fisher ���apd Hfertf.  Friday, pm $^MzpM.^rtmewa��.a.  JSewyv and pfr WilsonCveek P-ack/CJanne  gwrtl ia^e^ptelof ladies from Sechelt vi-  ,Beatjer" ai��t iponelila Segoaifl./ *v -. >  jcinityy'Thls1 yearymr the-firsi time ladies       Mrs.' porpthyStockwell acts .as'Musical  tron%'$6 jSe^tS&dian'/Rea&rve joined' Director iqr"_ie/g__Ifis,and Broji^nies _i��d;  the congregations MrsiSaxah "Paul took   does' an excelient' job sharing her musical  na& in the service itself. Churches. t& /���_fen_ with'_U "the groups,   ;      :    ' - %  #��$eatedi, were:. -St;   Hilda's v Anglican   ___.:;-   '�� ''''-" '*'     ,       "   ' ,'  aurch,,lThoUnit^Chuwh(WJ_3o_Cre_k);    THIERE AND THERE  ,.' &pOM* Church,    The Holy   F^mUy       Mrs- Ken*Nelson and children Kep Jr.  Catholic Church,  Our  Lady of Lourdes   ^ SeJina-left on Saturday,.March 2_d for  'Catholic  Church,  SechsHt1 Rfesesrvie;  and   South Bentinck Arm. Mr. Ken'Nelson left  . dheSunshinie, Coast Gospel Church, Wilson   ^>e previous week ip resume work lor the  Creek."    '" J - Percy,Logging Company.   ,The.Nelsons  :. Sister Noella of the Sechelt Residential   ^ J*9^'**?_?  fiN^  stoihi^Sd*iS_;rSt:yVuSiS S"g5j^:andms-p-steos^mm^"  .' Mrs. Sheila Danroth on behalf of the  staff of St. ltyary's Hospital wished- Mr.  _,��� . ..            .    ,���  ,. _.       Norman Buckley every' success in his new  Each year ih�� $CTVice tor World Bay    -.-.y^ ^ ^^^1 at Naku6p> B.C.,  girls ivhb sang unaccompanied adding -to  ihe beauty of 4he service. -Mrs.1 Dorothy  Stockwell sang a lovely solo. x  Little people  OTTAWA���lie foEowing statement has  been issued by National Health and  Welfare Minister 'Allan J. MacEachen con-'  cermng comments made by Hon. Leslie  Frost regarding Hospital Care Insurance:  ��iBol��; Kelly ^edshiw, Carl John,   g*|�� ^j��*2^!S��?%  The cost ^er patient day in aH Canadian   fe Datoy Bailey, Grant Gill, Neil   ticipated-4he 1st Sechelt Pack, 2nd Sechelt    &��<******���  and presented Mr. and Mrs. Buckley with a  beautiful cut glass vase filled with flowers.  ' Sunshine, Rebekah odge 82 Past Noble  Grands club held a very successful Valentine Tea at4he home of Mrs. T. Ivan Smitbu  Past District Deputy President Mrs. Nessie  Kennedy was the winner of the door prize.  Visiting Mrs. .A. A. French was M_?.  Gladys MacMillen who retired from teaching in Gibsons last year. She-was unable to  get back,to Vancouver due to 4he ferry  strike, but spent a happy time renewing  old friendship�� -especially at Pender Harbour where she taught when,first coming  to the Peninsula -round 1350. Also visiting  Mrs.' French -was Mr.f and Mrs. Jack Mc-  services are not wanted.  Miss LaMarsh has made no secret of  ber desire to quit'political life.! She has  announced that she has no intention of  punning again for election. She has threatened several times to resign Irom Mr.  Pearson's Cabinet and if his (successor  passes her over in selecting his new cabinet  she will be probably justas -happy to serve  present  member  be ready  o ___re  Lieuten-  out the last few months of the  Liberal government as a private  again.  The leader of the .governmeht in the  senate, Senator Connolly has  carried on  despite indifferent health. He will  to retire from that tough job.  Mr. Nicholson  is   scheduled  from the Cabinet and be appointed   ant Governor of British Columbia. I He will  succeed in feat post George Pearkes, a  former member of the Dlefenbaker Government who wants to retire from 'bis vice  regal duties.  *' Mr. Pearson's recent move in elevating  to Cabinet rank an English speaking Quebec member in the person of Bryce Mac-  kasey caused raised eyebrows among  Liberals in Ottawa. There were rumours  immediately that John ,Munro, liberal  Jtl.P. for Hamilton East and j>arliamehtary  Scout Week observed  at father-son dinner  SCOUTS and Cubs of Roberts Creek ob*  '- served Scout Week ai-a- Father and Son  dinner in lhe Legion Hall, on Friday, Feb.  23. Before taking (their places at table, Jeff  Niali wais invested as a Scout and Garth  Scout of 35 years.  ��� Toast to 4he Queen was given by Presidents, C. Bengough, toast to fathers by  Willie Passmore and responded to by Mr.  C. E. Passmore:, Regret ^was expressed at  the absence'of Mr.-C. R. Beeman, president of district council, owing to Mrs'. Bee-  man's enforced stay in ^hospital as a result  of an unfortunate accident.'  Dinner was arranged and prepared by  now have daughters in, the Brownies. Present were Dianne Benner (nee'Pearson)  and "daughter Vicki, - Joan Speuce (nee  Chambers) and daughter Mickey, Dianne  Eberle (nee Wheeler) and twin.daughters  Lee and Lynn, and Sundi Reid (nee Stroshein) and daughtersBetty and Lynn and  Lenore FarrelL  Leaders of the three Brownie Packs  who gave a great deal of time and effort  hospitals under .the hospital insurance pro- Weilsen, Erin Parke/ Teresa Herman Pacjj tg^ o�� ^ j^., Reserve) and the  gram for lflST was $��.11, infcluding deprec- ^d-Bradley- Comeau;  middle row ^ Wilson Creek Pack.Food was,provided  iation charges.   Similar to Canada, the Includes   Caraftejrj, .S^tsaratt,    Carol by the mothers of the Brownies. Songs and'   . ���        United,States has experienced rising hos- W^ren, * Lorraine. 'Peterson,-    Cary games were played which added to the  ��� - "The former Premier of Ontario,, the    pital care costs. In jreportijig to the Ways Goddard, Lprri Rannjger, Versha Oza evenings enjoyment.  Hon. Leslie Frost, made some comments    and Means Committee of ihe VS. House ,of ^jyj. Donny  McKay:- -front, 'KtlTtis '  Present at the banquet were mothers  departs he as not interested in staying on    recently at a meeting of the Canadian life.   Representatives,   Dr.-   Edwin  L.   Crosby, HgH   (Sary iforsman   John Penwer who had themselves been members of lhe  in the administration.   He imay find his    UndeEwriters' Association in Toronto. Some    director of the American Hospital Associa- !'Mf_l_y_ Kinne   David' Barber   Micky original 1st Sechelt Brownie pack and who  tion, stated that the total hospital cost per �����-'nflvjri-AtW and Kellv  Tones     ���--"���- -�����-��-��� *- ^ ���--   -  patient day in the .United States, for the gfflZ, JJayjfl/Uiee ana fveiiy Jones  year ending September 30, 1987, amounted  to $55.82. This is considerably higher than  in Canada,'even, though'the U.S. does'not  have   a  universal,  publicly, administered  hospital insurance program.  Hospital costs in' Canada will no doubt  continue to rise.   The" major" factors in  hospital' costs' are  salaries,  and ' wages,"  which^ amount, to' 70 percent of the hospital  budget.' These surely will rise in future.  years, as .they have done in ithe past. This  has been a trend in ojfce areas as weU; a    pavid received     ^ .leader ^       after  trend which Mr. Frost -must surdy have   ^  ��� &&&"# siience ^ ohseTved in  sensed during his years as Ontario Premier    ^s^m memory of Alfred  Harrold,  a  and, latterly, as a Company director. *^  "We are concerned about these costs. We  are also concerned'that the | hospital and  health care of the highest standards continue to be'available to alT Canadians.  Hospital care insurance has now become  an accepted part of Canadian life. To -most  of the population it is' an indispensable  element in the .provision'of total integrated  health care. Without this program, which        ^ ^   ^  insurance was'initiated.to provide a source has averaged the costs of ^ospital care 4ier^Ser^"Ai___ary under Erection of  df'financial assistance to hospitals in meet- across 1he population and .provided more president Mrs D Macklam arid secretary  ing-their-rising costs. The' .enefifc, pro- and improved services, hospitals would fcs. f; M^^anJ A travelogue of scenes in  yided by thehospital insurance program to   have been in serious imaneiai difficulty and    Wales'was _fiown,''lwit there was not suffie  f  ���������iii_uuiii����ii��iii>-au.t����i��w��wiiJ>n��i��miiiu��uwwJU-  -aspects of (the report based on Mr. Frost's  comments are, in <my opinion, misleading.  . Mr. Frost is reported to have stated  'the minute (the government starts to  operate one Of these plans, the costs rise.'  It is a- known fact that hospital costs have  gone up. However, these rising costs are  not the result of (the government hospital  insurance program _s ha. been suggested  by Mr. Frost.  r Records show that hospital costs were  on the upswing long before hospital insurance "was initiated. This was due, in part,  tos higher ~ salaries. There are, however,  other factors {also responsible.  - For example, there was a continuing  need to provide additional beds for a constantly increasing population, the need for  improved hospital facilities, for more and  improved hospital services, for more complex and costly hospital services.  - Hospital insurance in Canada was implemented largely because   of   these   rising I  costs, .'which were beginning to place hospital services beyond the average person's  capacity to pay. At /the same time hospital  waa^a^mgr.w-.'tsgFg;  i  _______S__S__55  CREDIT UNION OFFICE  CREDIT UNION BLDG. . SECHELT, B.C.  �� Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.  Tlie. to Fri. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.  |^��__---_-__-__g______1  jaBB?f��fSt��B  Want- to make your home  larger, more comfortable, more  modem, moire beautiful?  Whatever home improvement  project you have in mind,  .you'll-find helpful ideas and  information at your one stop  supplies shop.  Supplies Ltd.  , Phone 885-9669  SECHELT, B.C.  ���_U___JU_____________UM______M__��____  i_T 41WYT DO IF  New Lower Prices on Shetland/Lewyr Cleaners  n6w  ONLY  declined to confirm or-deny the- rumours  He said that "when changes are made Ox  the administration they are announced- in  tiie House." -  Mr. Mackasey's appointment caused  some consternation within the backbenchers of the Liberal party in Parliament. It  gave Quebec an unprecedented tenth Cabinet post. It also gave a third Cabinet position to Quebec's English speaking minority.  ' There was surprise that the Prime Minister would make such an appointment sd  close to 'his retirement. Mr. Mackasey has  made some enemies within ithe Party because of his blunt and brutally frank  criticism of government policy that he did  hot like. It has been no secret that be was  very ambitious to climb to Cabinet rank.  The promotion was not popular in some  Liberal circles.        ,  ' Mr. Mackasey was appointed as ��� Minister without portfolio. However Mr. Pear-  'son said he would act as Labour Minister  while the present Minister of Labour Hon.  'J. R. Nicholson is out of Canada attcndliig  a United Nations trade conference in (New  Delhi, Mr, Mackasey's appointment raises  to 28 the total number of Cabinet Ministers.  The Prime Minister more than once has  suggested that a Cabinet with 27 members  in it is unwieldy. He has1 suggested in  talks with newspapermen that he likes the  British cabinet system where the Prime  Minister has a small "inner cabinet" that  handles major decisions of policy.,  His successor as Prime Minister may  decide to get along with a reduced cabinet  for the interim period until the next general election. It Is expected that the Government will not be anxious to go to the  polls until 1069 providing lhe successor with  an opportunity to consolidate and prepare  to face ithe electorate.  |, One thing is sure tho new Prime Minister will seek to dissuade Liberals from  resigning from Parliament. He wants no  Joss of strength in the Commons and no  by-elections. All present Members of Parliament on the Government' side will be  asKcd ito'.tay on in the House even though  some may not like the convention's choice  of a new liberal leader,  Mr. Pcurson is obviously looking forward to a period of rest and retirement.  JIc may get neither. He did such a good  job in the Federal-Provincial constitutional  conference that there Is talk In government  circles of trying to persuade htm to carry  on as a sort of cx-officlo minister handling  Federal-Provincial relations or the man in  charge of tlje necrelariat that Is to be set  up In Ottawa to carry out a sweeping review of the Ilritlfth North America act.  The thrcc-day conference early In February in Ottawa ended with the decision to  carry out audi a review awl Mr. Pearson  Ml no doubt that lie expecth it will lead to  ��� 'k a brand new constitution.  will not |>e enough," was the way Mr.  Pearson put It In a press conference. The  three day conference ended with a declaration of. language- equality for French and  Kngllhll and a decision that there be a  continuing constitutional conference In  Canada until the Federal Government and  provinces have reached agreement on a  new form of confederation.  Busy season . . .  slate of conrimg eYents  on the display of scout work that had' been  in' .the' library window ��� for the previous  week.  Parade service was held on Sunday,  Feb. _5th at St. Aidan's. Lesson was read  by Willie Passmore and scouter Maxwell  Hammersmylbe. Flag bearers were Willie  Passmore, Garth David and 'Michael Macklam.  yUlTS Council annual meeting and party  will take place on Saturday, March 9.  Starting at 7:30 p.m. in the Rod and Gun  Club Hall at Wilson Creek (first turn on  ihe left on Field Road).  Apart from a short business meeting the  evening will be an informal family party  wM ' games,- singing ,and dancing. Bud  Blatchford will be host for the evening,  accordion players Brian Swanson and Wolfgang Duchhom and singers Mollie Almond  and Mavis Christmas will' help with the  entertainment. A painting by <a local artist  has been donated for a door prize.  Please remember to bring sandwiches,  cookies or squares and would the members  who loaned card tobies last year please get  in touch with Mrs. Willis, 884-5346.  #5- GRANT'  How best to spend $250 is the subject  of a continuing dialogue at the Gallery  these days. The, Gallery was one of 48  Arts Council projects in B.C, to qualify  for a grant from the Centennial Cultural  Fund. Tills is an annual affair and grants  must be reapplied for.  The Gallery Committee would welcome  suggestions and ideas as to how to use  this grant to the best advantajgc of tlie  maximum number of residents of this area.  With' their representative on the Gallery'  Committee the Indian People of Sechelt  are wonderjng how best to use pant of, the  grant. Perhaps to foster interest In traditional crafts, but maybe to branch out into  something quite new altogether.  Ceramics enthusiasts-arc interested in  a kiln and a workshop for artists has been  suggested.  PRIZE WINNER '  Mr. Ervin Hcnner was the winner of  the Gallery carpet raffle, This, month's  prize is a coffee pot, with sugar and cream  jug made and donated by Mrs. Rose Hau-    SeCfaelt   BrailCll   OAPO  ka. Pine Road, Gibsons.  MP TO VISIT  The first talk in the Community Betterment series planned by the Aits Council in which Jack Davis MjP. will speak on  'fHow to make our community a better  place in which to live" will take place on  Friday, March 22, in the Auditorium -  Elphinstone not Saturdky as "previously advertised. Tbe change has-been'made at, Mr.  Davis' request to accommiodate his busy  schedule.  Demands of IWA shows  refusal to face facts  FOREST Industrial  Relations  said  today  negotiations will be extremely difficult  in the B.C. coast forest industry this yedjr  because of the IWA's refusal to face  economic facts. .  The IWA at (meetings in Vancouver on  the weekend demanded a 50-cont per hour  wage boost and other conditions.  1  John M, Billings, president of FIR, said:  "There is a logical connection between  the IWA's 1968 reported demand and its  recent refusal ito participate In a factfinding study proposed by, tlie Minister of  Labor.  "None of the facts now available suggest there is any basis for demands of this  kind. , |  I "The union's refusal to face facts is  going to make negotiations much more  difficult in an already difficult year."  Negotiations are to begin about the  middle of March for a new contract for  25,000 B.C. coast woodworkers to replace  the one that expires June 15.  consider bowling team  I OFFICERS of the Sechelt Branch of the  O.A.P.O. are considering a suggestion that  social bowling afternoons be organized for  their member.. >  If any bowlers or would-be bowlers in  Branch 96 are interested in such a scheme,  they should give their names to Mrs. Wni.  McGregor as soon as possible. Telephone  her at 885-0819 and let, her know ������ what  afternoon would be most suitable.   .  If sufficient members arc interested, the  executive .'Will endeavor. to make the; necessary arrangements for an.early start, of  bowling.;.,;.,,,,..   -.,..,  ,__ _ _ PLUS . . . All-Steel Housing  Heavy Buff BeaUty     Big Wheels - Lie-Flat (Luggage  Type Hand - Wide Vinyl Bumper-  See-Thru Disposable Dust Bags show at a glance when time to change.  1  '^*f*-"  Mf.-t_J-_;_g-g  mi  "\* '   _**3s   -   h  *V-rtl    It  Ladies Shifts  Gtiy Colors  Just what you want  for afternoon wear  _______  .iii.i77f'-.ii..;ii7'__S  3__  m  iBt_filB  Drat! Just when It. okay to cat moat  on Friday, we're stuck with a macaroni  ���and clH-whi! Ixidget.  21st ANNUAL  Notice of Annual General Meeting  of the Pender Harbour Credit Union  AT THE JOLLY ROGER DINING ROOM  SECRET COVE, B.C.  SATURDAY, MARCH 16th - 8:00 p.m.  COMPLIMENTARY DINNER AT 6:30 P.M.  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