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"- '   undergoing demonstrations on the vseot'     In the cass:of highways, the problem is ^  a new chemical far application on distri-   one of weed and brush infestation Taloag the  Serving the Sunshine Cooslf (Howe S>und^t|  Wilson G-eek,'  button line right-of-ways,  T3. C. Hydro and Dow Chemical collaborated .last week to explain application, of  Tdrdcm 101 chemical, with particular eynv- \  pbasis -on lhe results ol, using the brush  control substance.  About 25 invited guests attended the  special presentation in Cedars Inn in Gib-  ssn* on invitation of Seehelt B. C. tlydxo  district office manager F. H. Bob Noprnvn-  ton. ��� \ . i   *  Included in the audience were members  of the press, RCMP, B. fc_ Forest Service,  Hospital Improvement District and civic  and community leaders.^,They were told  that either June 10 or Jjine 17 will be set  aside for demonstration of a special spray  rig from California in the.area. Dow Chew  ical use. three gallons of chemical to tbe  acre to control weed and brush.  B. C. Hydro area supervisor Ted Gregory, introducing Dow representatives Bob  Hill and Bryan Parker,-told the meeting  the problem of brush cutting was becoming  ever more expensive.  "Chemical spraying is cheaper and neater, and in ithe case of Tardon we have a  non-poisonous substance .which impedes  bush growth at a satisfactory rate," Mr,  Gregory, of Powell River, said.  Misters Hill and Parker said Ontario  Hydro -and tihe Ontario department of highways have rigs controlling weeds in satisfactory manner. A thickened spray cut-  down on drift and the" low. volume, high  speed spraying operation means accurate  placement.  Questions about the chemical brought  the following answers: .     '  Tordon 22K is a liquid potassium salt  formulation and is the most powerful weed  killer on the market. It controlls most  broad leafed plants with a single application.  It is one of the safest herbicides on the  market and ha. no adverse effects on fish,  wildlife or domestic animals. It is so safe  that its toxicity bas been favorably compared with that of common salt.  It promotes grass growth and does not  sterilize the soil.  Beef cattle need not be removed  from treated pastures even during spraying but dairy cattle must be kept off sprayed areas for six weeks.  The gathering was told 20,000 acres of  Canadian Forces Base Gagetown in New  Brunswick bas been sprayed "by means of  a helicopter.  The Dow Chemical representatives' displayed a colored film of spraying or injection treatment of brush and treed areas in  Ausitralia with, what the firm said, was  resounding success.  Mr. Parker said ever since establishment of the first right-of-way for a highway, a pipeline or for hydro distribution d  ceaseless battle bas been waged to prevent  natural vegetation,. destroyed during the  S-aifiSBg^frogi^bedng i^lacS"by%_i_^_y  weeds.        *' -    - '  in the case of hydro rigfats^rf-way the  problem is one of brush control. If left  undisturbed the natural forestation removed  to make way for the right-of-way will  rapidly reinvade the cleared area. This  cannot be allowed to happen for the ob\  vious reasons of interference with access^  to the rightof-wav and damage to ihe cables  sides of tihe pavement and in median strips,  Not only is this unsightly but it poses, a  '. threat to neighboring agricultural land and  iimp -steps have <to be taken to prevent undesirable plants taking firm bold.  TlttT same" situation'' holds true -in the  case of pipeline rights-of-way where the  disturbed soil provides ideal conditions for  weeds to catch lold. Again, for very obvious reasons, this must not be allowed to  lappen.  Unit*, feceatlv the only satisfactory me-  ��fro_ of weed and 'brush control bas been  mecbtanical or with some-early chemicals.  Tbis has necessitated crews covering many  miles of bush country each year or two in  order to physically cut back brush or to  respray. This is, of course, expensive and  ���see page 3  Assaulting female means  six month jail sentence  SECHELT Magistrate Charles Mittelstead  handed a Secbeit resident six months in  Oakalla  Prison Farm  last week for  indecently assaulting a female.  The sentence was meted out to Leonard'  Johnston.  lVz-hour time loss, none hurt  WHEN Premier W. A. C. Bennett opened  the inaugural run of the new M.V. "Sunshine Coast Queen" Thursday afternoon at  f Langdale he toldi the several hundred persons gathered to expect incidents the first  while the big vessel was in action.  Arriving back from Horseshoe Bay tbe  "Queen" nudged tbe dock a little too hard  for mosit passengers.  A Sechelt man, Lloyd Fraser .was on the  5:15 p.m. run a few hours later, and describes an incident of more serious nature  when a truck drove off the ramp and  lodged between the dock and the vessel  until ropes and finally a tow truck were ,  needed to right the hanging vehicle.  "���Every car and truck in the area seemed to have its horn blowing protesting the  accident," Mr. Fraser, a retired man, said.  "There was real danger of fire for  awhile and crewmen broke out extinguishers. Sawdust was spread on gasoline,  spilled at the scene. Only quick action  saved the driver, who leaped from the  truck."  It was an unmarked truck.  According to, tfae eye-witness the ship  seemed to slip back from the. dock.  , "AU.cars���,had-been.tajie- off. Then it  happened. The truck was* the first one to  move out on to the apron, when its front  wheels went dangling over the water. Quick  action by the ship's crew got ropes around  the truck before the rest of it could slide  down off the apron.  "It was PA hours before the ship finally  was unloaded.  And nothing could be done  ,   before a tow truck was brought from Lang-  \ dale to get the vehicle safely up on \the  ONE hundred and fifteen Elphinstone  ���dents  journeyed  Tosca��� The,trip was made possible thwu  special 'arrangements by 'the Va_c_uvi  Opera Association.  Transportation was partially subsidize  by the school board and seven teacbe  graciously donated their time and energies}  to supervise the excursion. J  students left on tbe 12:30 ferry', _i_f  were bused into Vancouver. ." j  Ad the opera comments like the follow-^  ing were beard: ,  "I never thought the 'opera would  this great."..  "It is exciting."  "The acting was great/'    '       ���  .   "..-  "Did you see the way"they changed l_e|  scenery?" y '    '. <    '  "Why did be take -so lahg to die. _ t  "What opera are we" going to see tyS��  year?"        _, ' 'J ' '.."1  After the opera students spent an hougf  in Stanley Park before making the Journal  home.  for tfte>JHon. Isabel Dawson, MLA,  Powef&Uaver, and B.C. Premier W.  A. C>B_nnett. "Ilie pair are seen  The incident threw schedules for a 4__>p  and backed-up arrival and departure~_��i_ie_  of car and bus travellers all along the fine  to and beyond Powell River.    .       tJ /  When an incident such as this "happens  delays will be lengthier than any timer* in  the past. The "Sunshine Coast Queen?-' is  capalWe of carrying ttviee as many cartas     c__*_S��-"����._�����i *���� ����� "��-.���.<�� #_^rl___.  the ship it repiaced-ite ,au toid-tAus ai>oui   otox^.may oe a  terry taie  7125 passengers. ��� , -v  Gibsons leads soffkll  loop with three poiits  GIBSONS assumed the lead in men's senior  softball league play last week.   -  The 'frontrunners edged Wilson. Creek  13-12 on iThursday'mght at the latteps? field,  and lead Sechelt Hydro and Wilson" Creek  in the standings' by a single po'u^jn the  early firing.     ' ~*  Hydro attempts to improve its ^position  tomorrow night, taking on Gibsons Shakers.  Shakers have not played as yet.��� ^ ' "���  Recent scores:' Sechelt Reserved, Wil-  MLA Dawson, premier  It wa��s~-, momentous day Thursday   walMng Crom ferry fleet's pride and   Crediters at Langdale dock for in-  joy, MV Sunshine Coast Queen. About  200 invited guests met happy Social  augural run to Horseshoe Bay and  jeturn.  SECHELT and Powell River Chambers of  ./Commerce are keeping their fingers  crossed today'that B.C. Premier Bennett  and PR MLA Isabel Dawson will "move  fa&" on a promise to have another look at  a', ferry schedule serving the Sunshine  Coast.  On Thursday afternoon at Langdale, a  termer Quebec ship converted into the MV  ity to present the premier with a revised  ferry schedule foisted on The Sunshine  Coast with the coming of the "Queen,"  saying:  "Let's hope Mr. Bennett will take this  chance to study the new schedule as-it  a-fects us."  Mr. Fairweather made the most of the  occasion to push home his message and  son'C^kfc.Pott^aan l_U���Ci9gga�� J?;., ^fflghMifi Coast ^en^jv^jtajited by /the    that of .Bob, Jolin, .head of Powell ^Riyerls  Hydro ja.-SechmXdons !_, -"^ ���       ^ -*~|o_eriMeiA<-as^this province's" "pride and    Tourist and I_d_s^l"Cona_i3_ission. a'man  STANDINGS  <  %  P"  w  h  Pts.  Gibsons    ,  2  1  0  1  3  Hydro1         '  '   1  1  - 0  "0  2  Wilson Creek  2  1  1  0  2  Port Mellon  1  0  0  ,1  I  Reserve  1  0  1  0  0  Lions  1  0  1  a  0  Shakers  0  0  0  9  0  joy of an increasingly growing ferry fleet.  ,^ Premier Bennett, with the Hon. Dawson,  Elect Admiral Black, system general-manager Monty Aldous, Trade and Commerce  Manis'ter Waldo Skillings and others in tow,  iirvited about 20G special guests to ride the  ship to Horseshoe Bay and back.  At the same time WAC pointed out the  "Queen" might not be able to take care of  demands placed or�� her,  , "Let us remember our population is  increasing faster than any place else in  Canada. It could be trafiBc service to  Powell River will bave to be increased."  , Tom Fairweather,' President of PR  Chamber of Commerce, took this opportun-  praised by Mr. Aldous as "one of the finest  people we have ever had to woyk with."  Mr.   Fairweather's   point   was   made%  appropriately enough after the premier (or  prime minister as he was introduced to the  throng on what was a delightfully sunny  day) humorously remarked:  "I understand business is so good at  this terminal people haye to wait 10 or 15  minutes for a ferry."  Theh, perhaps because the joke may not  Have gone down;with everyone as well as  it seemed to do witfh him, WAC added:  "Then too I hear people have to wait  five and six hours."  Sechelt and PR chambers bemoaned the  Following criticism . . .  School District heads seek  inspection of Elphinstone  Priiewinning float  to parade starting time. At precisely noon,,  RECENT public criticism of Elphinstone  Secondary School, expressed during ed-  ucalion meetings has resulted in the  School I ��� Board; District Superintendent;  Principal;'''Vice-principal' and staff of Elphinstone jointly requesting the Department of Education to make a Team Inspection of the school.  , At last Tuesday's board meeting, Super-  intenden.' Gordon Johnson announced (hat  during the: latter part of fast week and  early part of this week, Mr. 11. B. Stibbs,  chief inspector of school?; Mr. H. C. Fer-  .guson, district superintendent, West Van-  May  Day  throng   on   Monday  was imagination  of  all.    Hughie,   Louie    u cleared, Planes ,three abreast, saluted ���'wcouvcr; Mr- s- T- Graham, Dstrict Super  looking at a prizewinning float from and Dewey, with Daisy riding atop a    as they flow by. At the height of the pam   '""'"' M���w^-,-'-����� ����� M-  ^  Westview.  Op Saturday afternoon at ' 13:foot-high turtle, stretched out to an,    ade, the skies cleared and sun flashed bril-  Pender Harbour's May Day, Notary's eye-opening 85 feet.   And of course,   liawily  Sea Fair entry, characterized by the there were "Mommy" (Nick Heiler)       f,,~  Donald Duck family, was adjudged ' and "IJaby" (John Murray) in carri-  best. Complete with six clowns (Jim age Routine, which also tickled many.  Hawkins, 13ruce Beerman, Bob'Gos- Entry  was  named  best and   gave  sen, Dave VVhiiteway, Bruce Robinson Westview Rotary two trophies; one  and   Jim   McKce),   entry   captured to keep permanently.  Sun smiles down  ��� i��  SUN shone for I'endcr Harbour and iScch-  elt May Day. ��� on Saturday and Monday. And Powell River's (actually , West-  view notary's) imafiinaHivc and 85-foot-  Jour Duck Family float ��hnrcd In the sun-  fililnc that went Into maMnR the two Sun-  ulUne i Count, holiday weekend events the  major attractions they  weh).  PJt collortdd troi_il<*w for best floats both  May Da,v��, joining tiie T_.lcct circle of tal>  nil ihni locludwl niarrhinK award winning  bands fnun Kamloops and Sechelt Kescr-  vc)S, J*H and Sechelt Queen Hmk. Cliildfl  ami* Jan Brophy. May Pole danccm. float  judRlng, civic recognition from Sedielt Ma-  'yor William Swain and fun, rides nnd  Rames arranged by Sunshine Coast Uons  Chib. ������,���',���  1  "j like spouts and lwy��, loo," a diMiihb-  ed Susan Oil. ds told The Times on Saturday after bcln�� crowned queen. "But noth-  Jn?! like tliiN."  Susan, 11, Is a Grade C I'endcr" Harbour  /student. She's the daughter of Mr. ami Mm.  Colin Bird.  Sechelt'. Queen Jan fa lhe <lauKhter of  Mr. ai��l Mrs, Barney Bmphy of Selma  park. Sho'u a (Srade fl Secliclt Mudent. Hie  Iwown halriMl Utitlo queen was almost  breathlWN .idler wi|:nln�� the reijbier fol-  JowInK Imt, cnwninK (tjy lastyear-momirch  Laurie Allan. r'  Saturday's weather was all nibshine and  1 rosPa, But tterc wa. doubt; Monday'. May*  Day In Sechelt would be blessed with mprc  of the name, Halm pelted the area Sunday  - night ��pd 1Wood_y mtwuli-g.  It.ln.-'th'wiKh  .IciMtdttfi' in lewaeily, carried ou,ri__l up  Clowns rode bikes, grown men pushed  aijd rode baby carriages, an old fire truck  was in solemn procession going by, hoping'  Its wheels would last out this one last ride,  ROMP in scarlet headed off ithe parade,  hands marched smartly, costumes of red  and white and gold drew admii.n�� praise  for Kamloops arid SccheM, girl .husfcians.  It wa. hoopla, pure and simple.  Cheers and laufeh. and generous np-  plausc rose from the Uirongs lining Uic  routes in both centres. Onlookers came  from Vancouver and the entire peninsula.  Then In /tlio, evening there were  ban- i  quel* and balls. AH fit for a queen.  Prizewinners Monday: Private entry,  Rickshaw with C. Harris and Tommy  Brown; bikes, Mark and Evan Gray; comic,  Sunshine Coast clowns; private float, home-  maker/i; com_ierci'al,\l!_isi��Uand Florists of  Gibsons; qrga.dzfv.lons' float, Powell Riv-  er Sea fair. '  The 20th annual Seciielt day ��aw Queen  Jan was ertCOfle.1 I>y It. Bio|>hy. Her ������.�����  dantw were Kar<_�� S|>cocer and Nancy  Stroshein. Jt/flrlng.quocn-Laurie Allan wm  escorted by L, Allait^ Her atocndan.a wen'  Siivtan Jorg<*n.sen and Janice Mullen. Flower girls: P��tricia"nfloun| Anna M��ri�� John,  Ula Bell^r��)BC, Sherry Spenco, DcMiy Derby, Sh|irJey Walker, Brenda Clarke arwl  Valeric Byrne.  19G|r May Q<ieen, Sechelt, MIrs I>aunlc  Allan, Atleodants,  MIm Susan Jorgenson.  p��m ��  , intendent, New Wesitminlstcr and Mr. Art  Jturtlcdge, Industrial Education specialist  will make a team inspection of Eli_iinstxme  Secondary School. '  RECOMMENDATION  The Board aigrccd to discuss Eli_iln-  stone Principal, Mr. W. S, Potter's recommendation Ural Department Deads i be ap^  pointed ait Hie school in,/subject areas whexe  there are more than six .cachers. IniiUally,  such a{>pointmen1a would be In tlie fields  ....ot, English; Social Studies; Mathematics  and Science. ,  Duties would Include co-ordination of  teachers within the /suhject area; co-ordination of Mipplica, T-rfcTCinco material etc,  ( orpiulzation of W?am dcadhing; arrange-  uient and dissemination of Information,concerning work-hops; -anlmajis1 and new  t_dbi_qu_s, ' ,  Mr. Potter further recommended that  such dcjiartmcntal'lieads be granted compensatory itlme and remuocra.Ion for lUje  additional duties and responsiblllUlcis in~  volvcd. Interested teachers would make  flpplkations for tiie position ajvl If llw  Board approves, the syfitem Ihj |��it li^to  effect, ScptwmlMT 10<!ff.  ��� Superintendent Gonkm Johnson tug-  gcstisd Hue boanl co_��d_er full lime aj��iM)ini|>  ment of Adult VAueailon Dir.Ttor, Prank  Fuller-who is prracntiy teadilnig part time  M Elj_il��st��jifii, Mr. -btin-oa made reference to the good ^itirk *wbkh can be done  and In fact Is lwinj; done In co-opcratlon  with Uao lrallan people, ,^..v, .  ACREEMENT  Referring to a MUr from Ji^muul Cov.  Propsrty Owners Association, the board  agreed to pay the sum of $105.00, to the  Association for maintenance over the past  five years on the water line; this amount  will include .the annual water rate of $30,00  which in future will be paid on a yearly  basis, Trustee Leo Johnson who had previously objected to paying maintenance  costs, stated he would withdraw his objection.  ULTIMATUM  Mr. II. James White, tlie Board's architect, has notified Jarvis Construction that  a deadline has been set on occupancy of  Elphinstone Secondary School, shop, library and, commercial wings. If the expansion is not ready for occupancy by May 20,  die School Board will employ sufficient  trades and personnel to complete the work  and deduct the cost from the contract,  ACCOMODATION  Superintendent Johnson staled that if  the board could rent the Gibsons United  Church Education Centre for kindergarten  classes next year, ishlft classes will not bc  necessary; directors of the Church appear  to l>e sympathetic towards the situation,  It may be necessary io rent another  portable classroom for Sechelt Elementary  school. Alternatives being to use the basement which would leave no covered play  ��� area during' wet weather or to inlergrate  all the Indian student* next year and rent  the day scliool on the Residential School  grounds. >  RESOLUTION  Discussing resolution for 1068 BCSTA  Convention, Trustee Leo Johnson miggcst-  r�������_ ptfle 3  Impaired driver given 3  months in Alouette Camp  AM IMPAI1RED driving conviction senl-;r  llalfmoon Bay resident to Oakalla Prison  1 farm and- then to; Alouette Camp on Wednesday afternoon.  Robert   Henry   Cunningham   was   sentenced by  Magistrate Charles Mittelstead  ��� in Sechelt coiirt.   In addition to the Jail  term lhe motorist lo&t his right to drive  for emu year.  fact the inauguration of bigger ship service  did little to improve coastal ferry service.  At Pender Harbsur on Saturday Vancouver  visitor., looking forward to celebrating the  22nd annual May Day, were in a poor  mood. One traveller said his trip from  Vancouver, which used to take 2lA hours,  now topk him seven hours.  A bus line official said it looked like  ��-'iJ_��'i1.JHst;-.liave,t_ &rin and bear, this bad  ~fei*aa4ipjj7J j' -  .* .  ' *Tve .made four trips over to Victoria  on business of this* sort. To no avail," the  man said Saturday."  On Sunday he was in a better frame of  mind. Buses were on time_ But M was  not sure that perhaps the schedule was  running one ferry behind.  MELA .Dawson described the big ship ai>  a "shocker." When the premier said the  new minister of highways was a man "with  millions to spend," the Powell Raver minister .without portfolio said she intended to  "���work on Mr. Black'"  Mr. Skillings said he was in office only  , two weeks, but already he could see this  was the place t>o offer a fiikre for secondary industry.  "It's wonderful here," he said.  The assessment did little to soothe a  feeling Mat this bigger vessel will make for  a dangerous travel situation for Highway  1��1; that the stretch from Langdale to Earl  Cove will become a drag-strip. The  "Queen" carries twice as many cars as  before. Fear is that drivers will race to  head up the line at Earl Cove.  This is what Sunshino Coast Chambers  of Commerce and the general public still  are faced with, in addition to a slower  transportation service.  But what of the "Queen"?   i.'..''.  For those of you planning a look-see and  ���see page 6  New Democrats want  more done for Indians  NEW Democrats attending a party vote-  gathering1 talk-in (there were only seven of them) in Gibsons on Wednesday night  were told 4o consider the rights of the Indian as the date of the June 25 federal  election draws near.  Speaking ih1 support of Coast-Chilcotin  NDP hopeful Hartley Dent of 100 Mile. MP  for Comox-Courtcnay Tom Barnett said:  "Let's not overlook the cancer In our  society. Tbat is our disregard for tho riglut  of the Indian. It's all right togo around the  country kissing giirls. But that's hardly the  way to run the I land.  "Wo need to do more to free tho Indian.  It is our resixmsibllity. Wo have treated  them with contempt. Wc need a new and  different spirit; something more than Increasing by 25 cents the cost of providing  , better fishing vessels for them.  Without a different atililudc. we will fail  to understand any differences cropping up  between English And French In this country."  Mr. Harnett commented on the few people in the hall. Quality, not quantity is important, he said,  Mr, Dciit continued the line of tliyuglit  llnat this Canadian government nhodtd work  harder for native Jndiaiw in our midst.  "We hhould. help do things with Indians,  rattier-than for them," the former clergy-  than und now heboid teacher said.  "There Is red tain; In the Indian department that hurts 'mwl keeps things from  Indians. Bella Coola fishermen complain  about'a danger in spawning grounds. But  no action Ik taken. 1*ho beef industry is like,  wise endangered in the Chilcotin because  the government is not cooperating In marketing and research".,  rf"_i__l ^h. *t�� ^W��ir*i��ti,-S.,i��(��M����ili*.1,��^<����jp^*t *fthil% A  I,. .^^rf-v^^HMBM*..!. u*. ��fa,m..fv.^ .m��i ^  *^,.f-_s*K1^rtfhw_W#>^  *i ��n.^��f*��, ����!**ti��~r**.-��'tt"*-^��w��|wi��f _m, **> f_rt*��^.^irf*'w*_H,M*,t*,',****^*l**"*��,T|  i��f9��^f.*if.w^^V'i*��*^^^^*H��^^^A"l'V^*'^',*�� **w'  (_<^^ ^��-^.-A rf^flM^y^t^���*^^^'^^^'^^^'^'^ . ^^^ ^^b0f^^^t^^*ti>^^^^ J  ���40**^ilh_"_J_Md*l>t^*��1/W*'-Ki^^  Pdge 2     The Pcnihsula times, W^dit^Ssfd^ May li, -S_8  !   THEP_im_3U-A^S*  _afeo_.-P���^ne 686-2515  >_1_P_I1_ MM _lt*W->->_P-lW_-^-W_^_fW����_��^��W��^i��W��%W>Wtl_^^  _     -._.-<. _).,,     _    J   -0���f _ _       *      ���*. .[���-"���      '-J*- - >- t2������__ *��� * >    ,   -   c____k__j___   ni___u& one ��_��___��  Classified  V.*        V .   ���' J,     , J, . 'j   ���   - ���    '  , Published Wednesdays by, the  Tbe Peninsula' Times Ltd.,  '  ' at Sechelt, B.C.  Men.be.'AuditBureau ^  "'    'of Circulations "(    /,  March 31.1968 .  , Gross Ctrculatioh 2066  "    Paid Circulation 1807' -  (Subject to Audit)'^  Classified Advertising Bates:  3-Line Ad-Brief? (15 words)  One Insertion _j ,���: ...  WIR^~i_irc_ase    patche.    of  standing timber.  Phone 886-  2459. - 1681-tfn  WORK WANTED  HOUSE painting ahd decorating. Professional work' done  cbelt, B.C.  lildtiig.. 'Supplies  outboard,' iilltd.  886-2642/^ GlbeonS,  file*  t**v *_���_.!��� n,.._p,��_in_,'    _*'<'*__!'��� ��������-ii^s. ���*��__--.��        _�������-___._����_io eonti_ls for j Ojiality Ready-mixed concrete;  IiOfT for sale. Davi? Bay, clea*:   offer^ p^w^toijmta   -gMtatSUtime 885-2122. -       >&rving tbe area for 20 years  s<* 90-__k  Ml z��P- . ' -      y .    r ' *".  " "     *      *     ���*������*?<_-       ft- r .. ^      ��� �����������*  ���__��   t_*�� .1-wavs-woi  .<�����*?    ^'fcEBROOM ��?^t ^W8^'" '651EVIXBUDE IS bp  ~r7~"     ,1*^^ $9^ ��n.;^eatjpst     fenfe. and. remote cc  $89.95;' ncklWM&ffiW*'    clutch,  'We-have ^fi^^%itf^^P*ete ���  ']i__*-f el  2   hp  BBIGGS   and  Staafton  reel   mower,   self- powered,  , ete. $25. Phone 88>fla_S.  180S-25  50c,  For  .hYzts&mA\  three' Insertions , ���-  Extra lines (5 words)  .$1.00 ,  ;_ia_  .wmpfly  Dlc^Btakedj^Ph. ^a2��Jl��^ ,#    Phbne'Mrl"-$&'  Cibsops. ���> ;     ,      ttMfn -***. A-oil  heat; FuU  temt   _ ���.   ���",������������ : -���i  wjth rec. rm., furnace rm; ana  'HANDYMAN;  cabinet-maker, utility'rm.; ?_n��.d jot* 63*122,  . will do^ Odd jobs. Reasonable, landscaped-   Nice garden area  movers; ,-(p  trade-in, allojy^  JParfter'-s. - %$L~ ^-��� j���,v- d   ���  B.C., ;Pi��o>e/^^gggtto  e-,_i  :-->-)��'ail-travel information khd    CUSTOM, bfeB^KSf31,  r^.V^ldifgs, Margaret MacKen-    .' ittnt: ^"^MwMtJt5*  Eh. 886-^02.  766-tfn  (This rote does not OPP'y to  , commercipl Ad-firiefs.)     ;/     CAiRtFEIOTlER Work, alterations,  Box Numbers J���_  lOcexpxi       carports,    etc.     885^2343    or  25c Book-keeping dwrge b ddded    eVeriings�� 8854460. 1793-27  for Ad-Briefs not. paid by  publico tion date.  Legal or'Header advertising 25c  per count fine.  Display   advertising   ��K   classified  Ad-Brief columns, $1.50 per inch:  Subscription Rotes���^��  By moil. Peninsula area _$5.00 yr.  By mail, beyond 30 miles $5.50 yr.  By mail, special citizens % price  By carrier - 50c month  AUTOMATIC transmission ser-  V vibe, * general auto repairs.  Siiitshine Coast Service Ltd.,  Wilson Creek, 885-9465.    1792-27  REAL ESTATE  with fruit trees. Close to school,  bus, -sHoppiiig centre, beach  anil park".' Leaving June 30.- Best  offer accepted. Box 61, Seehelt,  B.C., Ph. 885-9555.     ���      J747-25  WATBEF^ONT'hous~e, furnished, witH< large Uving room  and picture window overlooking  Jervis Inlet on 3 acres at  Egmont. Can be subdivided into  3 lots. Garden, small and large  fruits. Good water supply. Good  year round salmon fishing.  Phonp *_S-9389��� Box 1773,,-c/o  WE TRADE HOMES  1693-26  4��  1785_fa  17ft. INBOARD, V8 motor with  t velvet drive;   plywood   hull.  FOR RENT  8&3-4S4 after six.  1491-25  jMlpcai rep:), Eaton's WHere including W^fMt^1-  .^o.G^l^avel, 886-2231,.Suqny- ��� $30. ,��85-942g^|3fe!^f-25  erest Shopping .PI .za. Gibsons,    free to ^aia^tmr^i'y^i'  1 ��� ��w^��    budgies, aWmmmtfiif' ���  for sale- t-f,wjfl^^^yateel-  lent 'Jiu_nters..pj.2Blf ,-"��� ^s,,���, ��=  FOR SALE  25  COMING EVENTS  TWILIGHT Theatre. Gibsons,'  Wed., Thurs., Fri., 22, 23, 24:  The Trip, Peter Fonda, Susan  Strasberg. Sat., Mon., Tues.,;  25, 27, 28. Marlon Brando,  Sophia Loren in Countess from  Hong Kong,,by Charles Chaplin.  Watch for "these big pictures  coming soon: Our Mothers  House, Doctor Zhivago, High  Wild and Free. 1801-25  Marriage Announcements  MR. and Mrs. Leslie C: Chamberlin take pleasure in announcing the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Dawn  Louise to Mr. Stanley Cottrell,  Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley  G. Cottrell of Vancouver. The  wedding will take place on  Saturday, June 22 at 7:30 p_n.  in .Gibsons United Church, with  Rev. W. M. Cameron officiating.  1798-26  DEATHS  BERG���May IS, 19S8, Carl Berg  cf Gibsons in his S?rd year.  Survived by bis loving wife Ida,  two. daughters, Mrs. N. Wikene  I and Mrs. R. E. Rodner cf  Bu-Eafcy, six grandchildren, two  great grandchildren, and relatives in Norway. Funeral service was held Friday, May 17,  at 3 p.m. from the family  chapel, of the Harvey Funeral  Hcjoie, Gibsons. Rev. M. Cameron officiated. Cremation followed. In lieu cf flowers, donations are to go to St. Mary's  Hospital, Sechelt. 1804-25  "ERSONAL  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous. P.O.  Box 294, Sechelt, B.C.   Phone  386-9876.. 9G9-tfn  FOR complete information on  Marine, Industrial and Liability insurance: Claims anil  Adustments, contact Captain  W. Y. Higgs, Marine Consultant, Box 339, Gibsons. Phones  886-9546 and 885-9425.        4894fn  TWILIGHT Theatre, Gibsons,  Wed.. Thurs., Fri., 22, 23, 24:  The Trip, Peter Fonda, Susan  Strasberg. Sat., Mon., Tues.,  25, 27, 28. Marlon Brando,  ,,; ' Sophia Loren in Countess from  \ Hor.g Kong, by Charles Chaplin.  Watch for these big pictures  coming soon: Our Mothers  House, Doctor Zhivago, High  Wild and  Free. 1801-25  COPIES OF PHOTOS  APPEARING IN  THE TIMES  may be obtained promptly  5x7 SIZE, 1.25 EACH  6 (same subject) ... 1.00 each  12 (same subject) ...   .90 each  8x10 SIZE, 2.00 EACH  6 (same subject) ... 1.50 each  12 (same subject) ... 1.25 each  LEAVE YOUR ORDER  AT THE TIMES  iiELP WANTED  PENDER HARBOUR  EVERGREENS  Madeira Park  Salal Pickers Wanted  l^uck 34c Bunch  Salal 3 .c BLinch     ,  '  ���   i   i  Contact  plant  before picking  I/ioatod 1st house mirth Pender  Harbour Hotel  . HOME for sale, Roberts Creek.  2.bedroom retirement or summer home Plus adjoining deep^^^a S, Sechell?  . ing.cabin. Living room, cabine.  kitchen, Pembroke plumbing,  auto heat and hot water. Beautiful waterfront property with  excellent view.   Site for addi-  . tional home on lower level. Cash  price' $13,950.  Phone 885-2740.  1736-25  1773-tfn  EXCELLENT commercial lot  ���^centre Sechelt���highway location, level and cleared. All  services available. Box 1104  Peninsula Times. 1104-tfn  EWART McMYNN  REALTY & INSURANCE  Notary Public  Member  Vancouver Real Estate Board  Multiple Listing Service  PHONE 886-2248  W^ERFRONT home on nicely  landscaped level lot (IRL), with,  concr. basement, A/6il furnace,  guest cottage furnished completely. $20,000, half down, good  terms.  NEAT little two-bedroom home  on quiet street, big level lot,  views of sea, walks, gardens,  etc. $2,5C0 down will give possession.  WATERFRONT home, and revenue suite as well, full price  $22,000 (or nearest offer) $6,000  down would, handle.  SUMMER or retirement cottage  in".. Granthams: 2 bedrooms,  A/Oil heat, well keptj best  views. $S,0C0 cash.  4 ACRES of subdivision view  property, one bedroom home  and guest cabin. $5,000 down oh  $15,000.  A  FEW  waterfront" properties  available; check with us,  '      . . 7 I  E. McMylin 886-2500  Do Wortman 886-2393  J. Warn 886-2681  Box 238, Gibsons, B.C.  1802-25  t-  Phono 883-2265  JMO-lfn  CALLISON EVERGREEN  CO.  Holier!�� Creek  Salal  Pickers Wanted  Huck 34c Bunch  Salal 3.c Bunch  Contact   plant   before   picking.  located  at  Roberta Crci'k,  across ,str<M't from store.  Phone 886-2633  ���   1448 tfn  PORT MELLON HWAY  19.25 aeres, for S/D, two creeks,  $5500, easy terms.  Nice 2 Bdrm. home, 1170 sq. ft.  floor space. Garage and workshop, 16.5 acres with good development possibilities, close to  ferry. Only $10,000 down.  GRANTHAMS  Beautifully landscaped view  property, four Bdrm. home,  A/oil furnace, full basement.  $15,000, eksy terms.  GIBSONS  2 view lots each 50x280^ cleared  ready for building, water available, the two for only $4500.  Lovely 2 Bdrm., electric heat,  level lot, close to beach and  level walk to P.O. and stores,  $12,600 on easy terms.  Small one bedroom home on  beautiful view lot, centre of  village, close to beach, $6,400 on  easy terms.  ROREIKTS CREEK  Waterfront home, 66x250 lot, 2  Bdrms, 11x20, living room,  small guest house, some finishing to bc done, inside and out.  Insulated, electric heat. Full  price $13,950.  SELMA PARK  One lease lot, 60x150, sandy  beach, protected by breakwater.  $��.00 full price.  PENDER HARBOUR  100'   waterfront,  water service,  good moorage, in well protected!  harbour, best fishing area, Full ,  price $9600.  EGMONT  lffi' waterfront, with 2 Bdrm.  home, best fishing area on  coast, complete privacy, FuU  price $17,500.  K. BUTLER, R80-2OO0  hon mcsavaney, bbo-wm  EI) BUTLER,  88C%00  DON TAIT, ��a.Vz284  K. BUTLER REALTY  8, INSURANCE  Gibson*, 886-2000  The Progressive Realtor  Meml>er,   Vancouver   Real   Estate Hoard Midlife I.Minn  Service  im-Zt  TRIBUTE TO A    ���  GREEN THUMBER  This 64'x 700'' lot with manicured lawns, fruit trees. Garden  in. 3 bdrm. home in immaculate  condition. Arizona stone fireplace. "���5 min. walk to beach.  Neat: Rolierts Creek. Price  $15,500. Call Larry Reardon,  988-6131 or 681-0692 or at Sechelt  885-9320;  RESH AIR & SUNSHINE  You will know true contentmemt  and longevity on the fabulous  Sunshine Coast. Invest how before it's too late. 27 acres  approx. in Sechelt. F.P. $24,500.  Call Larry Reardon, 988-8131'or  681-0692 or at Sechelt 885-9320.  SERGEANT BAY  Ocean View - Sunshine Coast.  The Florida of Canada. 2 lots,  priced at $1,895 each. One lot I  $1,095, one lot $2,195. 10% down,  balance. 7 yrs. at 7Ms%.; Call  Larry Reardon, 988-6131 or 68K  0692 or at Sechelt 885-9320.  Canada Permanent  TRUST  i798-25  THE SUN SHINES ON  VILLAGE���Lovely spacious 2  bedroom tome, hardwood  ,."!(0QJri��v" fireplace, ;��� A-oil heat,  aux. elec. wiring, attached garage, full high basement, $18,-  900. |  PENE stucco 2 bedrm. home in  Sechelt. Open stairs to fully  tiled basement with 3rd bedroom. Good terms on $17,500.  WATERFRONT home���large 4  bedroom, basement, pool table  size rec room. A-oil heat, fireplace on 100' WF. Good buying  at $25,000.  SELMA���-100' waterfront Secluded 1 bedroom house. Large  kitchen and living room. Ventilator fire place. Good terms  on $15,500.  2 BEDROQM home, garden iot,  elec. heat, $8,950 with $3,000  down;'  :"^.";^.��. "';-' '"''"*;  Homes���Lots���Acreage  HALL Cox reh%, Wilson Creels  Community HalL Contatt S_r_  Glen Phillips. 88&��183.i 1095-tfn   . _ __ ^  FULLY furnished cottages, $60.  month plus*, utilities; -, also  weekly and hightty rates. Afao.  available, full ;trailer hookriips.;  Phone 885-9565, Mission Poidt  Mo.tel.      .   .-, ;>:���   ,J7ffl-tto.  2 ROOM furnished lieated bach-,  elor    suite. ' Waterfront,   at*  Granthams. 888-^."   IWS-Zl  14'    FIBREGLASS  $375. 855-2897.  speedboat,  1790-25  RECONDITIONED 35 hp Evin-  rude. SeU or swap for 12 ft.  aluminum boat. Phone 885-8538.  1783-25  14 ft. CLINKER, 5  horse inboard motor with clutch. $175.  Phone 883-344. 1795-25  ,. t~V.  ",    ;'       , ,       CARS and TRUCKS  IF   IT'S   suits���it's   Morgans  '885-9330, Sechelt, B.C.  '      8893-tfc  BOOKS hard to get.  Then try  The Times" Bookstores.   Two  stores  to  serve  you;   Gibsons  tei  ^__4$&&_-- cfi__T___  654.        ^tfef^i|��bS-     Call Linn, 885-2396.  9654  WRINGS-WASHING   machine  for sale. Good condition, $25.  Madeiftu Park Building Supply,  Phone 883-2240.' 1788^27  FIRE i season here:  Buy your  _rash incinerator from Sechelt  Kinsmen at $350 each.   Phone  885-9542. ,, 1787-30  SPECIAL for sale. Large Easy-  , Read Typewriter, Almost  new. Cost over $300. Now $175  Phohe  885-9654.     .V'    1017-tfE  NEAR new Colonial sofa  bed1  and  cbair. '4 sdrawer  desk.  , .1784-25  BOAT trailefe%fc|,4-ft,b0at, $65.  'J Phone W&iBR&&l&im**  Pfrone 885^^^!^    vSmtSSt^^mi^  32'   GILLNETTER, -ready   to  fish, $3,000; 6Ve'-fall" rnet and  3.    **E��� ff' JSE.    ����-.!.!.Ste'    Far.gopic.-up.    _M��  1961 NJS.U. Prinz for sale. New  tires, runs  welL Phone 885-  MODERiNf  redecorate Z'bed-    9555. 1748-25  room duplex.  Available Jiine  1. Phone 8��-2(.14.' ���'*-i   1799.5  LEGAL  NOTICES  1962 VOLKSWAGEN Deluxe  'sedan, new rubber, excellent  mechanics, $500. Phone 886-  9501. 1756-26  selection of fine books for all  tastes. 1468-tfn    ENGLAND'S  PEERLESS Rockgas heater,  '35,000 B.T.U., in -excellent  condition, ideal for small home  or summer cottage. $75. 886-  7793. 1484-23  ���58 PLYMOUTH sedan, radio,  heater, good--rubber, $375; 2  wheel utility trailer, $50; 350  gal. wood-stave water tank, $35.  Haddock's Cabana Marina, Madeira Park.   883-2248.     .   1797-25  883-2367.-  ,""::"   ,/��� 1770-25  ..__  pbpjllar  children's; tooks.i Noddy,' by  Enid Blyton, fynfiale pow at  The Times Bookstores,'? Sechelt  and Gibsoi-)...-,-"-       l~6ytfn  2   BlfcBS, &iM'��k Jr- &4?*���  Both  Triunrplir la_y>   Ipke  i has 3  speeds. tPbone ~8^-3?40.  V  '|�� t,,     -1800-26   ___^���__+_i���:���  2 BUBNEftrfejt'plate, new las_  year, $5. Phone 8&-427J.'  . .*   - '     1782-25  1794-2G  MARINE ACCESSORIES  Paint���Fibreglass���Rope-  Canvas���Boat Hardware  Compressed air service for  skindivers air tanks.  Skindivers available - for  salvage work.  WALT NYGREN SALES  LTD.  Phone 886-9303, Gibsons, B.C,  1306-tfn  Form No. 18-  (Section 82) .  LAND ACT      ' ,    ' *,  Notice of Intention to Apply ���  to Lease Land     *  . .  :.. in Land Recording District of  Vancouver, B.C., and situate  North Lake.  Take notice that Charles  Mariner Smith and Mary Mae  Smith, of Box 742, Squamish,  B.C., occupation logging truck  driver intends to apply for a  lease of tbe following described  lands: Crown Land.  Commencing at a post planted at the north west corner of  6999 thence 8s' north west;  thence 300' south west; thente  88' south east; thence 300' northeast and containing approxim-'  ately VA acres, more or less,  for the purpose of residence.  CHARLES MARINER SMITH  MARY MAE SMITH  Dated April 20th, 1968.  1725���Pub. May 8, 15, 22, 29,  Happenings Around Elphie  ___���_������-w^_���������_��_.i    M   II     I        ���      ���    i-  ������' il ���������������-���-_������_���_-_i-���i���iH���l i      i        i.     m M. , ��������  I   _ _.     mini, i ii       ���        i     ��� ���������-_^^-_^-_"^���^  ���by Rob Boyes ond Marilyn Hopkins  mostr of our students had received beautiful  sunburns, ih the lead were the Bombers.  There wasn^ttime for all events to be run  off so it will be completed next week. A  few of the oustanding performances of the    day' were:   Maureen  Owen  who  jumped;  AFTER a slight misunderstanding,  we're    wards the local school nurse and Mr. M^(5*    i^iov!." in the long jump, Ken Bland who  back.   Sorry there was no-column last    Kenzie   answered  questions  submittal_#*, .j^jjjped 17'1" in the long jump and 5'i5/2"  week. the office during the week and atent^-. - |^&e ^g^ jum^; Ken Johrisbtf who jumped  t Tbe last two weeks, around Elpbie have    asked from  the  audience.   The fijmstrip'   jy6_ jn the loAg jump and Jim Scorgie  _Ieen quite eventfid.   On Wednesday, May    did not prove to be interesting and^it is -%wjf0 #<! the 880 m 2:18.  _T�� A.L _- _. _��____T _b__ _n_._4___._r_.___.___^_L��___i*       -l&>��**_r] (hAi*. MrtV !_.___. A. _3        XL. _-.it.       _n ��<���-> fm-        ��� mm i- 0* _l *". ��-ti- 4 w* **���       _-_*��_-_.    MAM     ~M__k       r*  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Harry Gregory-^-885-9392  H. B. GORDON &  KENNETT LTD.  Sechelt. B.C.   ' 885-2013  1772-24  GIBSONS��� j  3 BEDROOM part basement  home with excellent view of bay  area. Close to schools. Wired  for stove. Auto-oil furnace. Full  price $11,500. Terms.  MODERN family home with  full basement close nto schools  and shopping. Five bedrooms,  spacious panelled living room  with wall to wall. Large bright  kitchen with'utility room. Colored, vanity bathroom, Autb^oil  hot waterhcating. Matehlng  carport with worksliop, Fuji  price | $21,000, Terms with !'/��  on balance.  WATERFRONT lot.: 200 feet  frontage witfli unique panoramic  view. Jf you .re plant/ting ��  new home you must see this  unusual property. Full price  $5,750,  MIDDLEPOINT���  QY* ACRES close to beach and  boat   Inunchlng.    Excellent  investment.     288    feet   highway  frontage. Full price $4,600.  PENDKIl HARBOyn���  1JVRGE, fully serviced, water-  frorit   lot   on  sheltered  lagoon  closo  to   Madeira   Park.    Full  price $2,500. Terms.  NEW,   waterfront  development  with   easy    acc<��s   off   paved  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District of  Vancouver; > Brrtishr-CoIiBnotbia,  an_ situate in the vicinity of  McNaughton Point, Sechelt,Pen-:  insula and adjoining D.L. 6274.  Take notice that John Herbert  Cameron of 879 Cooper Road,  Richmond, B.C., occupation  accountant intends to apply for  a lease of the following described lands:  ��� ���   . i  Commencing at a post planted at the North East corner ot  Block "A", Explanatory Plan.  5300, D.L. 6274, Group 1, N.W.D.  thence 660 feet East; thence  841.04 feet South; thertce jGGO  feet West; thence 841.04 feet  North and containing ten (10)  acres, more or less, for* the  purpose of residence,  JOHN HERBERT CAMERON  Dated May 4, 1368.      if  1764���Pub. May 15,22,29, June 5  8, the- senior secondary band from Max  Cameron, PoweU River, played two. concerts at our schooL When they arrived  about noon, they were given refreshments  with the courtesy of the local Hi-C group.  The band consisted of a variety of instruments plus a stage band, a group of boys  who played separately. "There was also a  group Of girls who sang. All in all, the  concert was enjoyable.  Billets were sorted out after the concert. All students had to have their billets  back al tbe school by 7:33 p.m. for a public  concert.'   Unfortunately,   there   wasn't   a  good turnout.   Perhaps the people of our  community didnt know or weren't interested. Waichever the case, they missed a  fine exhibition of musical talent. Thursday  morning the band left on tbe 8:30 ferry  heaJ^WfeVi^d^ and ttenlto Aip_S_��ixf  where they participated in a band competition and won  second l place.   Tfcey were  beaten by a band from tbe United States.  Thursday   morning   we   also   had   an  assembly.  You might jeall it a pep meeting  ���to improve school spirit.   Last week our  Grade 12 classes held) a bake sale during  the long-break in the morning. Proceeds go  towards helping the grads.  On the 18th of  Ma��thejr also held a car wash at the.Esso  station in Gibsons and the Shell station in  Sechelt.  The grad dinner and dance i9 to  be beld! on ��� June. 1.  Grade eleven dasses  are,"in  charge   of  the  dance   and Job's  DaUgHters will be catering for the dinner.  On Tuesday, May 14, three bus loads of  students left at noon for a trip \6 Van;  couver. 'to  see  the  Opera   Tosca.    Many  thanks to the teachers who made this trip  possible. On the 15th Mr. Truemah's Grade  eleven '.general, business r class caugbt the  8:3.a.in. ferryat Earl'sfebv-'oh their Way  to  tour  the  MacMillan  Bloedel   Mill   at  Powell River,  The tour began at 10:30 at  the saw mil) section and then moved into  the pulp and paper section.   Most of the  Students were given quite a bit of paper  and also a sample of paper'with the imprint  of the mill on it.  Thursday morning, first period, Grade  ten, eleven and twelve classes met in the  gyirifor a fibnstrip On narcotics.   After-  hoped that a more interesting one-cap 1��e ^   ^    rf & kgain-elec-  dbtained. We would bke to thank m^^^, So far ie need nomfcatioas for  persons for taking the time to comfea^ ^ ter of. a^kcs, vice^prelderrt, min-  try to impress on us the dangers mvo^ed    P ^1  3rd^overnleni crm.  in the misuse of narcotics.   Grade eights^^*,;" f r      .   *��    ���   i  and  nines   witnessed the filmstrip ^^^0^: '  the second period. \ ^' gLr>-?  Ten minutes before noon hour on djh^c^'^'  day, house meetings were held to 0|@^t^^:  our athletics for the track meet JEe^Oi?'*5  Friday.   At 11 a.m. on Friday our annual   -j  track and field meet began under sunny  skies.   Mpny of cur teachers  were  busy  supervising diiiferent events.   A great deaj^  goes' to Mrs. Richardson and to  onski  for   organising  this,iia��k. -j  of credit  Mr. Yab  meet.  By the tune 3:30 rolled around, and '  '75  7,  Sunshine Coast Ci  :' Union  Sechelt, B.C.  OFFICE HOURS:  ;-ECHELT���  Tuesday to Friiay,   10 a.m. to 5 p.m.  Saturday   10 a.rri. to 4 p.m.  GIBSONS���  Tuesday to Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.n..  PHONE 885-9551     .,  r?._*<)a-.i.��iB��aw��<w_����^~A_?OTi  ���%\-t �� w**k*v;��" if"  'i-*,  /  Sechelt Fire /t^frifl^ will  discontinue   its  ,y~",'ry? ���'    ' i  ambulance service as of May* 31st. From then  on the ambulance will be used as a rescue wagon  i        '  ������      *  and emergency use at the discretion of RCMP,  ,i  .   ���  Fire Chief and Fire District Directors.  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  SERVICE: SECK-LY  S____y Scbool ��� 10:00 a.m.  C-arc_Senwce���11:15 a.m.  REV-A. WILLIS, PASTOR  You are invited to attend any or eoch service  i^.<b.^ r.��  ���'���      "* (��*_.����� _<������ ","drf��.j'^_. -'  . j_-ji' Jl  -** i.--~*s**'*^r \t-r .q  , ->. -      -.���.      ��� ���: i___^���     ���'- ���     ' -  ft...   . L ..* - -���"'i  l    ^_������������_   m ���_��-_im����i.ii !.��<������ w ���|I_i-|iiw._m iiiiwn-]ili.iim^_wij    n>_i-_i-_ ���_���_���!<_���_ ���    m mi^yniyt  Form No, ]8 .  (Section 82)  I^NI) ACT  Notice of intention trt Apply  to lU_sc I^itxl  .   I  In   Land I Recording   District  of Vancouver, B.C., and situate  fronting on jnorth side of Sechelt Inlet approx, ��00' cast of  point Bgmopt.  Take notice that Robert F.  O'Khaugiinefiiy of 7421 Kraft  Crescent, Biirnaby 55, B.C., occupation   professional   engineer  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undenominational)  f Sunday School 10:00 a.m.  C-ureb Service 11:15 oji��.  Cvenlng Senrfc. 7:30 p.m.  PASTOR REV, S. CASSEU-  Poyh Day Rood and At-Hftu  (2 Modes ap from Itighwov)  '-*.  ANGUCAN CHURCH  SAINT HILDA'S���SECHELT  8:00 a.m. Eveiy Sunday  9:30 o.m. Church School  11:00 o.m. 2nd, 4lh, 5tli Sundays  7:30 p.m. 1 st ond 3rd Sundays  Services beM reawlarty In  GARPEN BAY, REDRCX)FFS ond EGMONT  For infonwation phone 885-9793    "**  C-eff We_. 10 am M, Communion 5e, Hilda'*  rood.   Fully B<TV��ce<I lots ranfie    ����t��nd�� to ��|pply for a lease ol  from $2,500 t�� $0,500. Term...        "'" f",,"���",'- ���'��-"����� �������"'"'���  For   the.s��   and   other   clw>lce  propertJes    on    Ihe    SurtsJiine  Coa��t ronrtact  FltANK  LEWIS  or   MORTON  MACK AY   at I  Gi����soiw office, 886-9300.  FINLAY REALTY LTD.  Cihfton* iitm! Burqiiitlam  Jftll-25  Uie following described. )anri>';  Commenclbj.| at a post plant-  eel 800' cast of Egmont Point  thence North 300'; tl��enre Wetf  100'; tlrencc SoulJi 300'; Uienee  East 100' and oontalninK 0.7  acres, more or less, for .lie  imriK.so of a mimmor iwrneisite.  BoImtI   Fyf<*  O'SlwnglitM'ssy  1700-Pub. May 1, ��, 15, 22, WM  St. John's United Church  Wilton Cree*, P.C.  StflxJoy School���9:45 o.m.  Pivioe Wor*��il|i���11:15 a.m.  Ud bv MIm H. E. Campt>ell  Except on 2nd Stinday eoch monm  Family Service���11:15 o.ifi, '  Divine Service���3:30 p.m.  lutd !/y Rev. W, M. Comeron  For fort_er JtaformotJoU  ;.-,h      P-ono 00S-9744  BW_ti<EL*B J!i!r'lili��__5  \u  SECHELT A(SEiT-CDES PATE PM��  ��� This free/crhlnder of coming events is a service or SECHELT AGENCIES  LTD. Phone Peninsula Times direct for free listings, specifying "Date  Pad", Please note that space is limited ond some advance dates moy  have to wait their turn; also that this is a "reminder" listing only and  cannot always carry full details.  )I_KHM_UU_W  May 237-Sunshine Coast District Recreation Commission Elphinstone  talent contest.  May 24--.] Q a,m,-2 p.m. St. Bartholomew's A.C.W, Gibsons, rummoo-  sdle In Parish hall, I  May 24���2 p.m. LA rummage sale, Robert Creek, Legion Hall.  May 24���2 p.m! Guides and Brownies spring tea ond bake sale. Supcr-  Valu. 1  May 24~~10 a.m.-2 p.m. St. Bartholomew's Parish Hall. A.C.W. Rummage Sole. .1  May 26���12 noon Sechelt Rod & Gun Club Turkey Shoot, Wilson Creek,  May 29-���8 p,m. Sechelt Theatre, films and meeting Sunshine Coast Retarded Children'!. Association. Everyone welcome.  May 28-31���The CAHA meeting of Georgia Hotel, Vancouver.  May 31 ��� 10 a.m, Coffee party, Wilson Creek Hall.  June 1^���2-5 p,m. Homo1 makers bazaar, Sechelr Native Hall.  June 2���1 & 3:30 p.m. Double header Babe Ruth Lions V B.A. Blacktop.  Hackett Pqrk. , ,  Juno 3���2 p.m.-5 p.m. Sllvpf Jea, homo of Mrs. R. Dellcr, Sinclair Bay  Road,  Garden  Boy; ' ��� ' I I  ASK FOR FRI* CATALOGUE OF PROPERTY  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  Multiple lifting Service  Vancouver Real Ettota  Board  V  r?  ���i.  '<v  .*  .1  >  Sechelt G8S-2161  24 imuns  1CIES ITO.  Gibsons 886-7015  y  ���ii  Jv u        4      *    ,.  .. 6*i*-4���~  p^Hii��^��_^.__K_ftW_w-_y*.___��^.��._,tM,*���.^ A]y v^"J<,-_*Vft^/t-iyat fr-Hfc* ������_tt_ W,>J_rt��<frJi.vJi V. _ <tfywVvyy. 1.1, i^ii, ,^^Hry. -VV^S ^tf *l.*fi.*g_A>^^_*"  / ' ' -  5*!_5*��_*?,<  .  (  I  The Peninsula Tinies  ,.' Page 3  Wednesday, Moy 22,1968       ., ;  s  !  Soccer group f orma.ion  assists local players  SECHELT  Juvenile  Soccer,, players   will" to sdiool lairds ^r7e?-ll1, Indianj,5Ui_e_t.  It'was agreed to^prepare such a 'resolution  ,. !/'/_V   .-'VW.        .   ~, -*OT��*P��(��i1  ed thailltepavtiinetit of,Indfob:~Aft^,:be  eppro3clujd\to take a, moreTreglis^jj Iqojs  at the $250 yearly education ___<w3��c_<i__4  have -the support ol a sponsoring body  with tbe recent formation of ?_ organization known as Sechelt Jnyenile Soccer.     ~  Chairman will be Mr. ,Terry* Rodway;  vice-chairman, .Neil Campbell; secretary,  Sam Casey; Register, Rarry Tait; publicity, Willie Takahashi and Directors Wally  Smith and Pete Jackson.  Executive members and young players  will soon be seeking public support with  the sale of membership tickets.  The new group will work in close cooperation with the Sunshine Coast Juvenile  Soccer Association and a strong membership will enable more boys,to participate  in 4_e sport, next season.  lajgfrrew--. j��_-aae_��*_j��j*_r._����*��� -taw.Bicaipnii.ppiMq  REAL 24fh MM  REAllY 616  5 games $100 eacS.  15 games $20 minimum  Membership Prize  "LOADED WITH EXTRAS"  Friday, May 24,8 pji-  SECHELT NATIVE HALL  Limited Tickets $2.00  RESERVATIONS ADVISED  885-9707  Proceeds to root Church  SALE OF BONDS   _,-,.  The brand gaye three readings to. School  jtean Bylaw No, 17 to sell debentures in  Canadian funds to tbe value of $180,000 at  a rate of ,6.61 per cent per annum.    " -  ENCOURAGEMENT    "    j" ,   "',"'  Trustees approved Mr, Potter's recom-  mendatiow that no fees be charged yonng  adults refluriung to school to complete  grade 12.' The school policy manual wiU  be changed accordingly,        -   ' )  CONCERN  Trustee Bill -Malcolm expressed concern  over the' number of substitute teacbers  employed this year. Trustee'Thorold corn-  mnted that tihe personnel committee ^ bad  met with Sechelt Teachers Association  Liason Committee regarding sick leave  and substitute teacbers and <&e matter  will be discussed further with School Administrators, ,  Trustee Malcolm also expressed a wish  to receive reports from teachers on in service training programs,  HAZARD  Letter from Local 297 complainedt that  school buses stopping on Langdale Hill are  creating a danger. Trustee Thorold explai  Plan   .tratoflv  . 9M  Comox-Courtenay MP Tom Barnett  (left), NDP, joins Coast-Oapilano  hopeful Hartley Dent, campaign manager Chris Huddlestone and Sunshine  Coast club president Geof Thatcher  of Gibsons for last minute briefing  before delivering address last week  in Gibsons.  1500 delegates attend  Halfrnoon Bay Happenings  >���   -����������������.     .,   ���      .i ���    ,    ., ��� ���-.��..i.M   .,���.��� ni-w   ��� ��� ���-i--.._   -__-___���_-__,   ��� ������������ i ��� ���    ���������������������   ���   ���!���   i���.��� ���   _���-,,���,-   .   ,   ���.,��� , mmm  ���by Mary Tinkley  mt __ __. __bee, --p--* Jehovah's convention  uled stops at a .time when mill  particularly heavy.  Trustees agreed that  in future, no unscheduled stops be made.  portabi.es  Porta, Fab Leasales Ltd. of Nanaimo  have notified the -board that purchase  prices of portable classrooms have been  reduced. Standard classroom costs $7,300  or $7,800 installed. Permanent four class-  mom school was quoted at a tentative  price of $41,000.00.  Rentals however remain the same, $290  par month on itwo year lease; $270 on three  year lease and $250 per month on four  year lease.  MORE than 1500 delegates were expected  to attiend the convention of-Jehovah's  Witnesses, held in the Carson Graham Secondary School, May 17-19.  Mr. G. Smith, of Gibsons was" appointed to an assistant supervisory position in  one of the sixteen departments caring for  delegates.  The convention stressed strengthening  family ties, iirter-dependence rarfher than1  independence as now found in the family  circles, ���. ;  The speaker was Mr. Laurier Saumur'of  Toronto.  FRANK E. DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bol Block - GibUis  'Every Wednesday  886  ���22^  II1  N-  rASELLA SHOPP  Ladies'lV Men's -IChijIdrien's Wear  Yard Goods - Bedding - Linens  Dial 885-9331 \ Sechelt, B.C.  BRIAN'S DRIVE-IN  The Brightest Spot 1 an the Highway  Opposite the High School - Gibsons  For Take Out Orders! Phone 886-2433   ___U   Telephone 886-2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, clcjsses & firing  deoler for Duncan's Ceramic products  Pine Rd. & Grandview Ave.  P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.  L. & H. SWANSON LTD.  Septic Tanks and Drain Fields - Backhoe and  Front End Loader Work.  Screened Cement Gravel - Fill and Road Gravel  Phone 885-9666 - Box 172 - Sechelt  MADEIRA MARINA  Madeira Park, B.C.  K'our OMC Service Centre - Peninsula Evinrude  Deoler - Cabins - Trailers & Hook-up -Camp  Sites - Trailer Court - Launching Ramp  Phone 883-2266 y  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE  AND CABINET SHOP  Custom cabinetry for home and office  Kitchen Specialists   ,  R. Birkin. Beach Ave., Roberts Creek ,  Phono 886-2551  GIBSON GIRL BEAUTY SALON  Gibsons Village  Experts at cuts, coiffs _irid colour  Custom Perms ��� Phono 886-2120  ',"       (CLOSED MONDAY)  ___ , 1 , _  For Your Fuel Supplies  Danny ^ Wheeler  Your  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  886-9663 - Hopkins Landing  ,    __ -n : ;   GIBSONS HARDWARE LTD.  I Your Marshall Wells  Dealership,  Phono 886-2442 - Gibsons, B.C.  PENINSULA CLEANERS  1521 Gower Pt. Road  886 2200 Gibsons  FOR YOUR FAMILY DRY CLEANING NEEDS  HOWE SOUND 5-10-15c STORE  1589 Marino - Gibsons -  006-9052  Everything from Needles 1o  School Supplies  John Hind-Smith  REFRIGERATION  PORT MELLON  TO PENDER HARBOUR  Phone 886-2231  from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Res. 886-9949  C & S SALES  SECHELT, B.C.  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE  HOME FURNISHINGS  , Phone 885-9713  AFTER the memorial service for the late  William and Alice Grundy Wednesday  there was a private family service at the  Church of His Presence, Redrooffs. The  little church wasi decorated; for the occasion  with, floral arrangements by Mrs. Jim  Cooper. Later the' ashes of this well-loved  couple were east into the waters of the Bay  m front of their former home.  The Halfrnoon Coffee Shop re-opened in  time for the holiday weekend after being  re-decorated and re-modelled: -The 'coffee  shop will be operated by Mary Harvey and  her daughter Chris, while Mel Harvey and  son DaryL. service the gas station. The  Harveys* elder son and daughter-in-law Rex  and Sandy Luster, have returned to their  home in Modesto, California.  The area will be losing a family of many  year��' residence when Owen and Lois  Edmunds and daughter Cindy pull up  stakes on Thursday and head northwards.  They will first visit Owen's sister, Marion  Foley and her family in Mica Creek before  settling in a new home somewhere in the  Kootenays.  Ed Edmunds, who returned home for a  few days' rest and copper- painting, is  heading north for the fishing grounds again  this week.  Mr. and Mrs. William Swain are home  after a round trip' to Prince Rupert.  They  drove to Kelsey Bay, Vancouver' Island  where they boarded the ferry for Prince  Rupert. They drove home from Prince  Rupert, spending a few days in Vancouver  en route.  Last week a 30-ft. cabin cruiser was  stranded on the reef at Seacrest, sustaining  damage to its rudder and propeller, Ole  Nielsen of Ladner climibed the steep cliffs  to the Allen home to get help. Mrs. Allen  soon got help lined up for Mm, arranging  for Walter Brown to go out and take his  boat in tow until Captain Len Higgs was  able to pick him up and tow him to Vancouver.  ' The Halfrnoon Bay area was filled with  visitors and s_mmer residents last weekend, the first fine one of the summer.  Many boats were out fishing and a few of  the braver souls took their first swim.  However, those who expected the new ferry  _would speed up their travelling time, were  bitterly disillusioned. In fact, many visitor-  took longer than usual to reach itheir  cottages and even those travelling by bus  were sevefal hours late in some cases.  Sign in a cloakroom at the University of  B.C. above a row of books: "For Faculty  Members Only." Underneath someone  wrote: "May also be used for coats and  hats."  MORE ABOUT ...  �� New chemical  ,'*"-        ��� "from p-00 1  ���is pot very^effictent as can be seen from  ' ihvttece$sity for repeat treatment  f Casts of these operations are naturally  borne hy ihe consumer and. as labor costs  inevitably rise so must hydro rates and  the taxes used for the maintenance of  ���highways unless an alternate method of  control is used. As a result of extensive  ' research several companies have produced chemicals which can do the job much  more efficiently than can man. Outstanding- among these is Picloram, a chemical  marketed by Dow Chemical of Canada un-  . der the' name Tordon. This chemical can  completely eradicate weeds and brush in  most caas as opposed to just controlling  them as did 'the earlier chemicals and as  do mechanical methods.  Picloram has been widely tested and  found to have none of the toxic effects that  it is so vital to avoid in chemical weed control. In a province such as British Columbia  where tourism is of such vital importance  effects of chemicals upon the wild life must  be nil. This is the case with Picloram under normal field conditions and as such it  is recommended by fish and wildlife authorities for use around hatcheries due to its  high safety factor.  It is esseiKtaal to ensure chemicals used  for weed and brush control, are applied only on those areas where they are required.  Jt is most important that beneficial forms  of vegetation are not accidentally killed  off. In ithis context, spray drift can be hazardous _nd must be -prevented, Dow has  produced a thickening agent which when  added to the solution of Picloram prior to  spraying causes the i solution to thicken to  the extent that it may be sprayed from aircraft with complete accuracy and yet at  the same time the viscosity is such that  it will pass through spray jets and pumps  and has no harmful effect on any of the  equipment utilized in weed and brush control.  . Development of these two chemicals  has brought within reach of those concerned with maintenance of right-of-way a tool  that can go a long way to eradicating one  of their- greatest wories, weed and brush  infestation. At the same time these chemicals will guard the interests of all concerned. .Not only will they assist in the fight  against Trising costs and taxes hut they  will guard the interests of the nature lover  and wild life enthusiast together with those  of the tourist industry.  Scows ��� Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  LTD.  Hle$vy Equipment Moving & Log Towing  L. HIGGS  Phone 885-9425  r  ��� ...���I-       ���   |M   I.I.���������|      !���       ��� ������III,   __-��!   ��������II���.11    ���������  THE TOGGERY  Lbdies' ond Children's Wear  Open six days a week  Phone 885-2063  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  GIBSONS  ESSO OIL FURNACES  No down payment - Bank interest "  Ten years to pay  Complete line of appliances  For free estimate���Call 886-2728  TWIN CREEK LUMBER  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  Diol 886-2808  When You Need Building Supplies  Give Us A Call. v I  FREE ESTIMATES  BOAT OWNERS  Consult Capt. W. Y. Higgs  Box 339, Gibson.. B.C. ��� 886-954.  Re INSURANCE CLAIMS  .or I   BOAT SALES    PENINSULA SEPTIC TANK )  SERVICE ^  Prompt- Effective - On The Spot  Service.  Call 886-9533 or 886-7071 after  5:30 p.m.  Fully Insured  Bernina & Omega  Sales, Parts, Service  LEN WRAT'S TRANSFER  Household Moving & Storage  Phono 886-2664 R.R. 1 Gibsons  Sechelr���-885-9654  Gibsons���S_6-26t 6.  '     h  UNSHINE  EWING  ERVICE  FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION  REPAIRS AND SERVICE ON ALL MAKES  Mrs. Mono Harics - 885-9740  WIGARD'S SEWING CENTRE  Authorized  Singer Sewing Machine Dealer  Cowrie St. - Sechelt - Ph. 885-9345  McPHEDRAN ELECTRIC LTD.  Residential - Commerciul  Industrial Wiring  Electric Heating Specialists  Gibsons 886-9689  Serving Port Mellon to Pender Harbour  At tho Sljjn of Ida Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  R MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Mothlno Shop ��� Arc ond Acty Welding  Steel Fabrlcatlno ��� Morlno Way*  Automotive and Marine Repair*  Standard Marine Station  r_o���� SS--7721       t*s. ����6��9?36, f$6-?!2.  | Phone 885-2818  NITA'S BEAUTY SALON  Open -in the Richter Block!,  L        Sechelt, B.C.  . PERMANENT WAVES ���TINTS  HAIR CUT ��� STYLING��� SHAPING  9 o.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday ���> -  BELAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  - REUPHOLSTERING - RESTYLING  . CUSTOM DESIGNED FURNITURE  DRAPERIES  -Phone 886-2873 after 6 p.m.  UNSHINE AUTO GLASS  COAST REPLACEMENT  'ERVICE LTD.      A SPECIALTY  COLLISION REPAIRS  24 HOUR TOWING���886-2811  Wilson Creek, B.C. - 885-9466     <  i  i    . n  - ��� ���_..-     ��� ���  ��� ���  Tailored Suits    by Drapeshire  Work and Dress Clothing  Accessories - Jewelry  Watch Repairs - Timex Watches  MARINE MEN'S WEAR  1585 Marine - Phone 886-2116  READY-MIX CONCRETE AND  BUILDING SUPPLIES  Your One Stop Building Store  For All Your Puilding Needs  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  1653 Seaview - Phone 886-2642  EXCAVATIONS  Foundations - trees removed  !      Clearing and Road Building -  .   Gravel, Navvy fie Fill  A SIMPKINS���885-2132  BRICKLAYING  Tel.: 885-2047 SECHELT, B.C.  GEO. WAGMAN  BACKHOE & LOADER  DITCHING, BASEMENTS, LANDSCAPING  ETC.   MODERN MACHINE   Phono 885-2062  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS  APPLIANCES ��� ELECTRIC HEAT  Phone 885-2062   ROY & WAGENAAR  B.C. Land Surveyors  i  Marino Building - Sechelt  885-2332 or ZEnith 6430  CHALET UPHOLSTERY  Davis Bay  Free Estimates  ���    Samples Brought to your homo  HAL AND MAY AUBIN   885-9575      CONTROLLED BLASTING  FREE ESTIMATES  FRED DONLEY  Pender Harbour - 883*2403  /1 - *,  MORE ABOUT . . .  �� May Day event  ���from page 1  Miss Janice Mullen.  Retiring Queen, Pender Harbour, Miss  Debbie Batbgate. Flower girl, Heather  Brown.  Queen-elect, Pender Harbour, Miss Susan Cbilds. Flower girl, Joanne Iverson;  page girl, Cindy Brown.  Attendants: Miss Sharon Johnson, flower girl, Darlene Kamerly; Miss Susan Stevens, flower girl, Kelly Reid; Miss Clieryl-  Lyn Dubois; flower girl, Brenda Douglas;  Miss June Crosby, flower girl, Darlene  Griener.  Poster contest winners���Grade 1 and 2;  1st, Paul Phillips; 2nd, Darlene Kamerly;  3rd, Kelly Reid, Cindy Brown.  Grades 3 and 4; 1st, David Hyatt; 2nd,  Sheila Harris; 3rd, Valerie Reid.  Grades 5, 6 and 7; 1st, Lorraine Bilcik;  2nd, Eva Dubois, Cindy Harris; 3rd, Debbie Bathgate, Gail Wise.  Fishing derby, boys; largest, fish, Billy  Peters; smallest, Steve Page; most, Gor-  dy Newick.  Girls; smallest, Margaret Bain.   -  DINNER SERVED  "EVERY FRIDAY AND  SATURDAY EVENINGS  TILL MIDNIGHT"  Patio Gardens  Halfrnoon Bay, B.C.  Tel: 885-9927  'RESERVATIONS PLEASE".  Crowning  Queen Susie Childs is breathless on  Saturday as she is crowned fairest of  them all at Pender Harbour's May  Day ceremonies. Performing crowning is outgoing monarch Debbie Bathgate. For Uic first time iri the 22  years of * the holiday event, floats  were entered. Westview's Rotary  was judged first.  OBTAIN YOUR GRADE 12!  University entrance or general program by correspondence. Through  Canada's leading college.  National College of Home Study,  860 Richards Street  Vancouver 2 B.C. - 688-4913  RICKARD, CRAWFORD & CO.  Chartered Accountants  Announce'the appointment of Mr. Scot G. Houston,  C.A. as manager of the Powell River-Sechelt Peninsula practice succeeding Mr. G, V. C. Baum, B.A.  C.A. who will continue to practice his profession in  Luzaka, Zambia.  Millions  love  O.V.  this way  ������ _*��������-  I  im�� *!�������__.*< a m uwfMMwmw mttptym m trw ummu*mmi��mai>t9��yi>m.  on the  other  hand  ���**���_%  istrw_V��tEk__l  **f ~  .  ? 1.^*'" *! 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(  *i ��_y fc? wrong, tat j *d^rmfa'&Jto&$ ��s-to f*tt w w what l **fl��" i��'k* ffe*'"  *    ��-    .   - . ~  ^.frs?a-5_*?%r * -JohnAtons  ;J: Do-__-_-n-f|ffi&i&4^^ '  nil,      ' !J ���,'" i.;����;r���^^^ f'  '   Ces?eIta��I ^^^SMeeU May  THERE were 25 cases of ,^ri^ft��fe?;* tenant-Governor Hon. George Pearkes  registered in fim 8^1$$$,  ��"��� *��& M*. 19* to 25*p**"*  .I*** tx. 33L&&&E1L  Palsy WeekCand issued a special procla*"  area m 1967. There was f^f&tf-.;- mJ01{^m*rk the occasion.  registered ^^J^j^gM[ /**,,* the week are to-create a  It is estimated that this ^||^f . ^ awareness of ^5^ palsy\ in  is climbing at tbe rate ^Qffij$0g British Columbia and the efforts being  cases annually for every lgCyQfl^|^|l^ made to,combat it. It is hoped, too, to  living in the province.      -L'S'M'C^?*"^ enlist increased financial support in order  These and other facts #$U&gtjg& to   Provi?e   m0re  treatment   ^ntrcs  tistics which are being g��^P?4fe$f throughout the province,  month in a province-wide ^rW^^^W'    '   Cerebral palsy has been defined as  people more aware of this'iulle^QWff'   a group'of problems that have in common  but often serious illness.     ! /^il^l-    a disability or body impairment resulting  To aid the campaigners JAeii'   from injury to the brain.  'ir  d  ANOTHER  May Day 1m��fMm'rW&. munity minded workers put so much ifito  gone and will remain hidt��^tyiilK the annual event on the Sunshine Coast  til father Time again warrisus ib& time year after year, is an achievement worthy  has arrived for formulation of;p]ap5:for; of the highest praise and commendation,  another bigger and better &$&,��* / t ; When we consider the number of projects.  In many communities Wh..filebia- such as May Day, July 1st  Fall Fair,  tions have dropped into obscteity as in, Firemen's S^rts   Port  Mellon Sports  terest waned   and  volunteers, become Day, Pender Harbour and Wilson Creek,  scarce. To some extent this fea sad situa- *e list seems endless. And when it is  tion for many of our old customs an&aK J*31***1 iust how many P^��Ple *** .m"  stitutions accomplished a ^&0fh. solved in them all, the count is impressive,  ward retaining both comjftjg^Styjr^  and family involvement. Lees '&'&&& fc  very evident in today's wc^^^ljjjgoji-.  ganism, vandalism and muftydying-masses  of useless layabouts.           f J I ?fr-* '  However, what we aiVMtmt^'jmsi ..��*_,.�� >  sigjit of is the fact that _^Qag��#�� Fletchers Phuosophy  contents stick out like the p��y\pl^^&^  thum, we still have ama^fj^Zyrffefi  greater percentage of decent law .Riding  citizens who, behind'the ^scenes, contribute considerably to society.': _ *   ��� "  Case in point was made abundantly  clear with the recent May Day celebration  which, during past years, has attracted  large crowds, not only from tihe Peninsula  but outside districts including Powell  River and the lower mainland.  Success of the venture goes to the  numerous people who work tirelessly  weeks in advance for no personal reward,  other perhaps, than the satisfaction pf  executing a public service. "' ~ **"  While it must be conceded a large    Would practice the precepts of that golden.mle..  proportion of the Sechelt event has during.   The loveliest blossom in this human garden  past years fallen upon the Sunshine Coast  Lions Club, it is obvious there were  various other organizations which also  contributed in so many different ways.  Setting up of the grounds, tents, concessions and rides, manning tbe booths,  preparing food and serving the customers,  decorating floats, making costumes, painting equipment; the multitudinous details  involved are fantastic, ft is therefore not  too surprising that so many such events  have dropped by the wayside. Certainly  you   would  hardly blame anyone for  failure to participate. "     *'  1 That so many enthusiastic and com-  aar  ours  'He's not drunk, sir. He got lost and tried to,follow;the Sunshine Cogst  lo get' his bearings!  .!"  Gibsons, Powell River included  ��� r""?ff,'i:-''jg?"7 y  Which all brings us to the point that  although we might throw our arms up  and despair of the wrongdoers and deadheads, the majority of the people are  by far, responsible and diligent.  ���Harry W. Fletcher  MANNERS  By all indications our language is dying  From wanton neglect and callous disease;  The facts are appalling, there's no use denying  How often we ask. but omit to say "Please."  Politeness costs nothing, though valued as       ���  priceless  It can't be converted to cash in the banks;  But rich is the person whose manner suffices  To never forget, and politely says "Thanks."  No personal status is lost to be pleasant  Beginning as soon as we're started in school:  If children and adults and each adolescent  ��ffn   ' (gj  e eitifs. we��i anus  GIBSONS���A fully  integrated small boat  harbor system to serve the entire west  situlity of fire protection in Class A barter - dhigfanjiyat, depreciation is $8.  include the provision of some emergency     : ^^sj^jnaft-boat harbors have been con-  coast marine traffic in "an .efficient mail- fire figMing equipment and a fire alarm' ' stxijtctefl, fe^.the public workp ��� department  ner" and to include Gibsons and Powell system and entering into an agreement .< ��0' ift^ reqp^remettts of commei-ial fish-          nm^���f ��� w l _^ ��� _^w���  Biver north and south has been proposed with the local community to sbane in the; _ fag v&sMfjut they are being administered .over*SmToast s"eason*of square "dating for  1 _.___. , ._.-__ _ ,*���      . t_. __ ___*      j"-      ** ____i_____#__ _. ���__-.__. A a.     ' .*���._ _l_i^__;*''_4��._-     V___t__1___.n|,M_.i_     T>Sn��.M      A_rv_-    Vwr     fVtH _  _. . r .... ..   *   .  ���by Maurice Hemstneel  ^F ���>���*��� ^     0     e * -��  I GUESS you noticed !~iat my column ,was  missing from'last Peek's Sechelt Timei.  Vjlell I'll tell you 'what happened.    '  We, po-nped into, our motor" vehicle, and  drove to, the Hopkins Hall pa join ihe  Gibsons Squarenaders: on Saturday night to  help, wind, up the square dance season. We  had\a terrific time right from the word go.  There were twenty-eight square dancers  all told and to break that down for you, we  hqd three sets on the floor, one spare  couple, one single (that was myself), and  one caller, good old Harry Robertson. He  was putting the square dancers to the  supreme test of wondering what was coming next.     /  Highlight of the evening was when Vi  Win&garden and Bert Maw, two of the  original Gibsons square dancers, came t��.  help in tbe wind-tup squares. We hope they  enjoyed'the evening of reminiscing with old  friends and meeting new ones.  It was* nice to see the Coopers, Boyds  and Lairds out and enjoying the square  dancing to ithe fiiUesl extent. Also from  Silver Sands came the Crichtons, ' from  Wilson Creek the Conroys, and I'can truthfully say a good time was had by alL  Square dancing was done to such new  music as Walking in the Sunshine, Houston,  and Island in the Sun. On the other hand  fee oldies that caller Harry pulled out of  the hat were the .Auctioneer, Gold and  Silver and the old patter hoedowns of the  1930's, dip and dive, normally done to the  tune of over the ocean waves, and right  hand high, left hand io and so on through  the whole evening. There was fun, friendship, laughter and of course the odd mis^  takes. But these were small, in fact hardly  noticeable if you weren't looking.  t Oh, yes, as I wa_ saying at the beginning, what happened that I missed the  paper last week was we got back home  from the square dance, J. got my educated  typewriter out and typed like mad with  my two typewriter fingers. I did this so  I could hand in the column early Sunday  morning and get an early start at clearing  our lot out near Tilicum Bay. Well, I got  away early all right but forgot to drop in  at Tie Tunes office. {It was really real  easy, wasn't it?).  ,  Meanwhile,  I would; like  to  take this  opportunity to thank all the square dancers  by the Department of Transport.  Council last week decided to wait until  members had a chance to go into the 17-  page summary of a report on administration of harbors on Jthe west coast before  passing comment. Opinion was itihe comprehensive inquiry arranged hy former Transport Minister, The Houorable -J. W. Pic-  kerskill, would require considerable lengthy study.  An introductory letter to council from  Transport Department Deputy-Minister J.  R. Baldwin in Ottawa stated Dr. T. G. How  of the department and Ms staff carried out  their  investigations   of  administration, of  cost of standby fire fighting services. At ���ixndtft$e>- Harbors'and Piers Act by the  Class, B ha_ibors a similar' agreement with ��� transport department as being available  the local community should be consum-    .to &H;^"'~~J  mated. '  That the continued mooring of vessels  used as living quarters for more than 30  days be prohibited,' except when approval,  has been given in writing by the regional  director of marine services.  That no launching ramps be built by the  federal government and tbat they should  not be permitted to ba* built on' transport  department administered property in the  vicinity of small-boat harbors. >  That further  winter' bentbing facilities  \ W*hj- ^*ome exceptions, harbors are  poorly organized with no signs indicating  the &p$f*tirtg authority or the wharfage  dues. The few notices that exist are in poor  repair.* Department of transport'inspection  is infrequent i or non-existent and there is  little evl-e^c. of interest by the government other than to keep the structures in  good .repair. -    ���  Many boat operators are abusing the  harbors, using them as free private storage  facilities for tjhier boats, leaving jurfk lying  making it possible for the callers to have  someone to call for. So on behalf of Harry  Robertson and myself, we thank you all  with hopes of a bigger and better square  dance season next term. See you on the  First of July at Gibsons. Cheerio for now.  "Keep tuned" to the Sechelt Peninsula  Tunes for further square dance news.  ���^> ���    ���     ,     ^r  small-boat haiibors along the coast of Brit-    for fisherman should not be constructed*    ����� "iany of the floats,  and using good  :���t. /-_i _=_ i__4. . :_... j J ~ ��� __ _jl_.    l __ __u.    i__..j 1 _..     mflfiriiitf  mara for thft  berthing of scores  Is he who is gracious and kind in his ways.  For even the mighty can say "Beg your  Pardon,"  And this is the "class" his good breeding  displays.  So let us resolve to be noble and kindly  And never revealed as an ignorant ass.  We'll be more respected and actually find we  Can prove by our manners we're teal  "upper class."  ish Columbia last spring and summer.  Am��ng the recommendations are:  Tha. no organization be permitted to  provide mooring or berthing accommodation to the public in Class Ajor.B_ harbors.  (Gibsons, Powell River, Campbell River,  Qualicum, Prince Rupert-Rushbrooke and  Victoria-Eerie Street are envisaged for  Class A supervision.) In class C and D harbors, any lease agreement for such an; arrangement should ensure side-wharfage  competitive with department of transport  rates. (The proposed classification says  that in addition to "A" harbors the department would be prepared to consider the  merits of Comox-Courtenay, and Sidney  and Shoal Harbors. 1  That students be employed as wharf  attendants during the period from} May 15  to September 15 to assist wharf managers,  ��� by the government in the populated [areas  .urrounding the Strait of iGeorgia. .  y AU told ther are 60. policy recommenda-^  t?on$. in the "report"   *"   ' \    " ,  "'Mr. Baldwin wrates:  *^The report provides- an' exhaustive  .examination of tbe problem and oyer the  past ,few months it has 'been under close  study in the department.  "We axe "hopeful the first steps toward  an improved administration of these smalty  bo^trfcarbors can be taken without delay."  /Tie deputy minister concluded:  1 *As Dr. How has acknowledged the contribution'of the wesft coast municipalities  towaras the successful conduct of this inquiry, 'i would like lo take this opportunity  of sending you -the enclosed summary o��  moorins^ejpa-e; for the berthing of scores  of unsi&awortby and nextnto-worthle&s hulls  'Tinger-berp. stalls," designed for different sites ot vessels and found jsfficient  AEfcsEia; " Washington    -and   " commercial  manna's, are not used ��� in department  transport harbors.  Gibsons council last week were in one  voice tbat the exhaustive investigation carried out by Ottawa and reported on by Dr.  How and staff was such that" considerable  study will bo required bv members before  comments are made on the report.  'TiiLTiJce__> take this report home  study it," Alderman Wally Peterson said.  "It wiU take,a lot of looking into."  '^The^feeliog was general and administ-  f^tnpi D��yev Johnston itold the meetig he  would'attempt to have individual  copies  CHIROPRACTIC Of PICE  Post OHice BWg., Sechelt - Phone 885-2333  TUESDAY���11:15 a.m. to 5:30 p.m..  THURSDAYS���! 1:15 a m. to 5"30 p.m.  SATURDAYS���1:45 p.m. to 5:3tf p m.  When a woman asks to see something  more expensive, she's shopping; when she  asks to see something cheaper, she's buying.  its   findings.   Any  comments  which  you    ^-^.jl&e for members for private,  The^teporfL,  received by  council/May  to releive them at weekends, and to re- might 1^ to offer oh ^ese eondusiottsf., AZt^f^M  lieve them for annual leave of^two weeks. ,and r-cWnmendation. would,be greatly ap^ rSXI'  They should be paid according to faneasury    preciated at piis tima"       '���''>���'���������. --w**.  sag  xxfcmpw.  .. i. *   ���  l_flWfW__3lt. JflC  SyF.SMBF.E'���'COAST ME&WMM. DISTRICT  y  A display of Mops and Plans of this District prepared by the  Department of Municipal Affairs Planning Division will be on  view to the public at the following locations and times:���  GIBSONS MUNICIPAL HALL ��� Monday, May 27th, 4-8 p.m.  MADEIRA PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL���Tuesday, May 28th,  5-8 p.m.  DAVIS BAY, WHITAECER BLOCK, Wednesday, May 29th, 3-8 p.m.  I  Representatives of tbe Planning Staff and the Regional Board  will, be in attendance.  ,'    '''   ' ��� c- F- GOODING  Secretary  t  When your television set starts to show signs of  trouble, call us! We'll send on_ of our skilled  service men right to yoqr home lo handle any  technical problem. We specialize in prompt,  expert service!  T.V. SIGNAL WEAK?  Call us and we'll find tfi# trouble with our  Field Strength Meter. Mdiile T.V. unit���  Repairs on lhe jat>. Color and Black and  White.  PENlNSPtl% f.��.  EXPERT SERVICE - REPAIRS RAPID  REASONABLE W0NE 083-2430  board regulations for pay and'expenses for  student assistants. They should also, after  somii experience, visit unsupervised y harbors in the.adjacent area ahd make regular-.  inspections. That more forestopre and up^  land property be acquired, through reserve  or purchase, than has been done in the  past when harbors are approved for con- .  struction or extension,   /  Tlbat at supervised harbors certain  zones be designated "for commercial fishing vessels only���except with permission of  the wharf manager." ���  That the government provide 50 percent  of the capital cost of washrooms at Class  A or Class B harbors if the local community provides the balance, undertake to  supervise and keep them ^ sanitary; and if  the revenue obtained from iside-wharfage  at that harbor is sufficient, to write off the  governmenit's share over a 15-year period.  Tbat garbage disposal containers be Applied' in Class A, B and C harbors whcii.thc  local community unciertafces to dispone of  ilbe contents. Ii ,-< Class A or B harbor is  in unorganized territory, tbe transport  silMMild pay for this disposal.  That power outlets be installed at those  Class A and B harbors where the jhomc-  port annual mooirog permit revenue for  each of these harbors exceed, a specified  amount, that tbe electrical fiyistom be controlled by fuses or motor sentinel switches,  and that electrical connections tov the  By,stem be usold on a daily or pionitlily b'a��l.s.  That' the transport, department's re��jK>n-  The' letter was dated,May 1.  Referring to /the;seven barbers envjsa-f "  gpd .b^'Ciass "A" supervision, tbe report'" ,  proposes' tMi when' pjotted on' ja n)ap, har-j  bors could in effect 'form tbe frameworlc  for a fully bitegrated  small-boat 'harbor  system   to   serve the entire, -west  coasts  marinfe tr^jfific; in an'effldent miajjner.'    ','  '���'��� It should, be borne ���' in,; minb, <tl��e report  concludes,, it is assumed the permit system,  will greatly simplify the work load of ��ach>  wharf manager or 'assistant, and that isopio  oi the Oasis A and B tiarbors are cuirit_itlj(  managed by lessees. Thefie circumstanocaf (.;���'.  Jead the report to conclude that a fairly,"  .small but efficiently integrated staff could ;  provide satisfactory supervision and  thusf  ensure' better servee to all smali-boat users  on the coast. It should .also be' noted, ��ays  tbe report, that it'fc'envisaged'6 flexible >  implementation of this harbor classifieation  whereby pinticulariy.'harbors of" the B, C  and D cla-ses may be expected to bo re-  ciastsified in the light of experience ^rid  future traffic requirements. *. ���  Spmc4 23 main conclusions were reached  fpr inclusion'in Dr. HotV's report. Included  were; ,  Tlie transport department operates 19(1  small-'boat facilitic. wldch pprovide son)0  J.14,000 feet of mooring space. TbeJr cjirrent  repJacemcmt value is $17,000,000 and this is  depreciating at (tbe rate of/ $918,000 per  year. T3jo average net replacement vialuo  I>cr foot of'berth is $157 and Uic enrmspon*  16, i_3l7;pdc__s long.  p.m. Teenagers.  I PEWDO HAHBOUR-    s  ^ EVERY   OTHER   FRIDAY���Except   ne.t |  ^ session Thursday May 23.                 S  ^ .1st session 8 p.m.^fo 9:30 p.m.        ^  ^ Age to 15.                                           ^  ^ 9:30 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. ages 16 fe  g \     ' and up.                                              g  I��   "��� r"^*T V^-^aT ,~r���  v'.V  "���_j. ),:<'.  ".Til-7 *"��'-������ ���  Sound fading!  Picture gone!  We'll fix it!  Build your long-term  savings program tm die  guaranteed foundation of  permanent life imurance.  JIWa_.J_X8W.X_S 4.1.U.3���.  ^5*  ���,_������       ' ',__���ryeg-  =  THR  CB resit-^^e st Lif__��  Atl.UI.ANCC  COMPANV  Qna  ' your key to guaranteed financial ..curfti/  r^  ,   ��rf.  T  * .  Ji  r '  e _  ;������  ���    *  ;_  \x ���>'/";'  Robert E. Leo  ,.,l<.  Tor further Information write to  Box 600 GIBSONS  .-X  > -4 !  Carting Black laboU  Tho somo great beor that'a onjoyod  in 68 counirlea la now a snap to open,  in foot chilling, full 12 ounco cans.  Still In bottles, tool  *'< (  ��� <! Jlrts ttfmfyemttttfe r_4 p��t____t ��r dbftayfi by(th�� iiqim Cw��tr��4 Board  ., ' or by the Government of Pntith Columbia, mm  r_rr!3^__2  i.S_S_��  ^^^SSffltf^^  &83#^^  >"-.-  **5  A -is  n  whose conduct. was exemp-  MfM��  28^f **'*M* mto seeoM^half H  Editor, Tbe Times  Sir���No, this is not new maitb. yie ali ,  know we would bave'been .narked wrong ijf f M  we had given this answer in Grade 1; yet' >R��r._.ii���*r-"'i*r * -, ��. , i,     ^  we also know Ufaat when Ve bnite'-we ar& /.#��##.iin J^0. is'��> **!*��_�� tbe    BOIMI} oiUMof play in Secbelt Men's StrfV  strongs, than when we try to tackle a job^��M|Ml| ,l*��t our cwiiplainte forward    -, baU League schedule,pits Hydro against  alone tbat U too big for an individuaL    j   fflfflmtifflp** ** W ?>P��r^m*y ??4 < Shaker* tomorrow ni^it.  Three year, ago regi-__l i��wm_i4''l^tt@ff T^^/H1��� *or ab       .Itanies start a* 7 pirn,  was an idea; today it is a fact. The cord   IotM&i,, flAK��Hon hub what bene-      Jfyto*>S Gibsons,  Wilson Creek,  lions,  munities in the region are working toget   fgS^Bg^Jet_��_i riawoler {��   Shakers/Port Mellon and Reserve teams  ther rffoetively in a way ibey have neve*; ��Iwl|any more worthwhile changes  done before   What then of the: fiitaje? { ;|||?S��id��e.-"We'bad one demonska.  wmdd like to stress three points -vhica t   Wn^^i^PntUamenl acted witb speed  tbink affect you as consmumty.' .        '   ^^IW^my no advance^ p-~Uc_y' or  "d__L f ��5*P4^I *      .���~ ���>  First, regional government is not tftx^jf  substitute for local "government There ,_j  no substitute for local government to sup^  ply the necessary physical needs which  make for a healthy -and" comfortable coht-  munity. Incorporation into "a municipaSity  must come from the willingness and initiative of the people living here: Batih the  community here and "the region "Mil be  better because here will be a fuller representation " of elected people to speak" for  the community in the region.  The second point follows from tbe first,  that we all like' to be proud of where we  live, but what the community is, is the  community's responsibility. 1 have found  there is nothing that can annoy a community more than to bave outsiders telling ithe community what they should do  and how.they should look, 'bribe.the'com-  ^aMctcnees arising wbem a',hefty  mh��m  lSfSfViii.  salary   was   harmoniously  make-up the loop.  y   Game&~foll_w:       7  Port^Mellon vs. Lions May 26, Sbakers  vs.- Keserve May 25,-Shakers Vs./ Wilson,  Creek May 28, Gibsons vs. Lions May 30,;  Port M^Uon'-vs^Hydrb May 30.    ' '\    ,' r]  Lions vs. Shakers June 2, Reserve, vs.  ��< primes _y  i'!feu_- of the British Columbia-  ''Mfe&inn, Canaan Jled Cross Soc-  tp^Jjreat pleasure in thanking you  .f^^.Ai^!pJ_t^u and'.yout st_ff bave  gly^Mfi .Hiany Services of the society  0^-l^^flfl^media during the year. I  tif^|5efy4l_'4'per cent of tbe work aceom-  li^hj^l/dn.tfae name of-Red Cross is done  iy',jpiu.a_4s of dedicated B.C.-Yukon vol-  3]psi5Jltltoo__ in publicizing their efforts  "r *_?__��_-.** *     j     *���*      " i."    *_     i      * __���    _ _l��   ___.  vs. Gibsons June 9.  Officials: Hydro, lJob Janis, 885-S377;  Gibsons, "f. Reynolds, 8S8-9515; Wilson  Creek, Glenn'Philips, S8fy��V��; Lions, Fred  Jo'Fgense, '^85 .027; Shakers, Ken Herman,  88^-9876; Port. Mellon, Jini Earle, 886-9958;  Reserve, Ted Joe," 685-99S0. '  mimity ^ws its own"goals, then' outside   JJj^_-ft$HPipd  hiterest   and  inspiration  help can be sought. However, the decision'   tiff?l-^?"^ they are as grateful for the  * ^ ' .^. J_.-^ _.*_ .   Jf  ai .. . i_.    ��� ..    ���M_J  as are mem-  STANLEY  President  should be the comrmihity's.  And my third point'following from  other two, is that for a community'  ieve its goals it is in a .good position  arrive at its destination if it thinks ahead.'  As we live more closely together, regulation is necessary; but tbere is more than  regulation to'achieving your goal.  And so I suggest to you tbat looking  ahead really is a way that communi'ty manages its affairs and all tbat is around us  that we deal witb locally can be called  our environment. Tbe words for achieving  your   goal   are    "environment   manage-  ment" " ,,,,,,., -     -  As usual, the department of municipal    t&ase' measip'es necessary to prevent ini-  affairs will do whatever it can to help the j {;i^eTO~nt;Aipon other citizens' individual  community achieve its goals. But in the    rigto;*^ |^.  final analysis, decisions are "best made by    h^M^ey^r'in civil righits for all and a  you. douhte standard of rights for none; in equal  HONORABLE DAN CAMPBELL    rigbte'.befdtt^ the law and that the concept  The impression tbat children aren't  learning as fast as they used to is in error.  A generation or so ago it took a child 15  years to learn more than bis parents knew;  now almost any 12-year-old'has reached  tbisppint.,  |$2_3jjp  !    {  \-  .n*_.  *>&  -l  Handicrafts on sale  Mojc^i'Mw polarized politics, the time  is Tohg '^v^jdue for citizens to decide just  wh��re_ |hji|^stand and \vhat _iey believe.  tt.jljff'joqttf'l brieve m the dignity of  fmSflAfj^td) regardless of race, color, or  jgreed';f;'tb^| man's first' fredom should be  j^eednntrof  choice���limited only  by  ____r*    AL __. _I'_r_i ���. ���    *        j.             a      *  Guide Association- fea well  attended in SecMelt .hall .  SECHELT Girl Guide Association held its  spring tea May 14. Conveners were  Mrs. D. Nestman and Mrs. I. Grafe, 'who  opened the tea. Pourers were Mrs. J:"Johnson, Mrs. R. Reid, Mrs. N. Campbell and  Mrs. Wagemaker. ( ' >A -  ' Ladies^door prizes were won by Mrs.  K. Nickerson and Mrs. F. Wheeler. Tbe  girl's prize was won by Lynne Brackett.  Tbe bov's prize went to Brett Housley and  lgN���     rt the Baby's to Barbara Dyck. Shirley-Cook  Minister of Municipal Affairs    ^%)pmRpte- conscience, collective guilt,    won a |ar ^ coo]jies for guessing tbe cot-  .,.__' ' " ' <%Q^W'te%on&ibflity and collective as-    rect number of cookies in tbe jar. A b  On�� feature pir^tiahs^e an anathema to human dev-  Editor, lie Tunes: ^l^lfe1 *hfi'progress of civ-ization.  Sir-We are quietly warming up in the K$��&$RQ&t,& *�� ^ legitimate func-  federal election campaign. 4*0*1 of government is the protection of its  Since 1907 I have had tbe opportunity of 0&O* ??��4 the carrying out of measures  watching these campaigns here in B.C.- -_U_d.|M*-!_y tbe people and which they  without question we shall again witness eafinct carry t out for _hemselves; tbat tbe  one unvaried feature���the maike4 contrast, J^Mj)^ *ft- ma^riiy should not encroach  in pre-election and post-election activity. " ' %!p_i?ma^rs'God-given individual' rights;    r  Over the years we've bad minority gov-    _iat;mor^li$y cannot be enforced by leg-  ernments,   and  not  many years  past  a    I_taJ_��Ji.'_te_,n_HI{-ar government nor soc-.  government with an outstanding majority.    &ty has' tbefright to coerce lhe individual  All had one thing in common���painfully ��� cchterniag Jtijs choice of friends, colleag-  slow motion action in bringing Jihto e__��ect {jjj^'ertfpbsi^s or n^ghbors.    ���      ��� "r '���.    * ;I Iwlieve ai man's right to work to the  "pxfeaf ��rbts. capacity and desire; to acquire possessions without penalty and to  dispose-iof them when; 'Where, how and to  ^wftobrte^bbbses; that to*be wortiiy "of his  bb*, a man be free from arbitrary govern-  ���menJ/jstatie*or union' re_trictions which rob  Mm of pride," initiative and incentive.  I .believe in idealism rooted in the reality rof'human endeavor;' in progress built  'upon the sound foundation of time-tasted  values, principles and ethics.  I believe that no man should try to com-  mai_rvmy consdence-itbat all mem be free  to, sWk tbe fulfiDment of their own human  andAspiritual destiny.  < ^Tnis th*n is the creed of a conserva-  tivev4tbe, creed 'of that moist maligned  ri^W individualist;  jar. A lucky  number draw for a doll was won by Sandy  Clarke. '  The first Sechelt Girl Guides bad a sale  of handicrafts, candy and baking made by  tbe girls Uiemselves. The first Wilson Creek  Guides staged a display of camping "equipment" and  lashings.   First Wilson  Creek  Brawnies had a sale of, pot holders and a  lucky number cushion draw. Tbe winner of  the cushion was Mrs. A. Brown. First jSe-  chelt Brownie Pack "displayied a plant table  where children thoroughly enjoyed making  their purchases.  The head table centrepiece was made  by Mrs. Betty Williams. Theme was the  "Maypole Dancers".  Tea table centrepieces were made by  Mrs. D. Mullen and Mrs. L. Caldwell.  Place mats on tbe tea tables were made  by Mrs. D. Sigouin. Secbelt Girl Guide Association wishing to thank everyone who  helped to make the tea a success.  Left in the hall was a boy's brown nylon  jackeL It can be claimed by calling Mrs.  F. Newton, 885-2276l  Last meeting of tbe year will be held  on June 5 at the borne of Mrs. T. Farewell.  ��.  St. Mary's irip 4 n  has a new ldqOto  came   aboupSw$  wheii prindfcpk**  with Cuyler .Pj  ed to carv^)  book for re^alaii  . to St. Maiy'g��i$  with ebony $&$J'  book is almqp|  and took fopf  plete.  W.r&pl  on desk 20 Byf.-, .<    vv  native of fyhzcty^fyt, ^York,  was  graduated fr��m$?|G ftp immigrated  here Vh. yp&s; f#^;#$s creation  draws smiles?f_-g| _$$#-. administrator Toi\y- :p^imfpTS  (second  leit), nursej *$^$ame$!, McKenzie,  director of nu&iiJg'Mr^ft:-. (Mary)  Gordon, anCho5p,t.tb0S(riichairman  Ernie  Booty, s .ffig4,K$t~-,  and Mrs.  Page are p_oprief0r�� of'The Mallorn  Tree.   They1 ^wholesale,' candles,  do  woodworking.'anti-concrete casting.  1 in Sechelt  .obby. .This  ^afternoon  |mer to pose  ��l$^f��mmission-  wnaA#-i memoriam  ���1^.of donors,  j^lnut; inlaid.  ?W)fii leather,  m 17 inches,  Irk to com-  |ed and sits  f I Artist is a  1MB iPID jGRAViL  spiciAusfs  HEW AND RENEW ROOFING  Only local hot roofer  on the Sunshine Coast  ram mi  GENERAL CONTRACTOR  886-9112 Gibsons, B.C.  'Poller Skating is Fun'  IfO  9.8 hompwtr  . Meet the Merc 110  ���:'".".. the ideal fish-  'jT^]'-"*! In8 motor thst's  .Bu/,.'y spoiling  fishermen  tiffs     eYerywbere. 9i_  y \jS horsepower and deluxe I  in every|way. This beauty wi). outperform' any outboard In th. ten  horsepower class ... and do it  on less fuel!  OFon.ard-Neutral-Reverse  ;       OTw��stiripthn.W6  P Roller & ball bearings throti&Jiout  @i Shearptritof Prop Drive  p faq to carr> 3% gallon      '  * remote fuel tank  4 *7  | <  This fishing favorite is so quiet,  and troihV'so' slow ^nd snlotttb  that you'll catcjti yourself looitfng  to see If it's running until you get  used to it. Stop in soon to look  over your next fishing nriotor.  HADDOCKS  cabala wmm  Your  MERCURY OUTBOARD SALES  8. SERVICE DEALER  Cabins - Co'mplno'- Boats - Bait  Fls.hl.na Is oood~WE MEAN IT.  Madeira Park - 803-2248  PATRICIA YOUNG  Vafecolive  *#*Of# ��� ii ^  Editor) The Times  ' "Sir���HoW about" a little E.S.P. (or extrasensory perceptiori) for your paper?  "Wheia.[���Q.reece celebrated the centen-  '-atyj of'''''tibrd/���Byron, :,:13ie''"'E��glisbriM)el''''1wbo  spent maffi::year��'ih''Grcece,''Mr. La.s!c_ir-  is saw ^ron lb a dream. Byron told him  to.eearcb^:'-aicase- of old magazines in' his  basemebt:and.!be, y.buld find something to  interest* b|ni'. VyijTven. he^ awoke''. be, told his  Wife1'��., ���'^'���'djje&pv,', ancl':',_iey both' went' ,  doi^tiirS*to:sea^,'|lbiri|cing tbiey would  fii^i something atwiit a law suit which was  pttwlbg; "but- initejid they.1 toiind a beauW-  ful picbii- of Byron,! 4ocm by 32cm. Mr.  Laskarls .presented it to the' museum of  the Grfeejc Society1 op psychic Research."  Adaptetl f^rpm the Enjgllsh wc_kly&; Psychic  News. ' ���,,;:'      ; , ! nfei.ENA:M/"'GOSDEN  Ming derby wiU  mean fine prizes  CHA^LEU J^rc-lcnjan eai^ on Wednesday  ,afte��Ttoo_,Ibe_l" btisinerssmen have "cdmtri-  butc^-about $40 .tdw-rd. his May 25 fisb-  _9g derby for small fry.   '  o Silo, J�� jibe, Davis Bay wharf."  ;>;, "We'll vyelcomc children tinder 12 years  to this! crjf'ettt,"' Mr. Brookmian said,  "Ml  wc _^k''ls(',thcy  bring life  jackets  witlv  tbem.", :' !  ,,;.P^yi#tj(3tr^08;wi)l fisb from the wharf  bptwpe^.'il a.rn. and 4 p.m, Mr. Brookman  ^Id'Kifi' ,mi permission of Slaiwlanl Oil  Cqinpanyj;to use the'wharf,  ';��^.Vc^ai-ClftpfBCi iiMMs bbjgcst crab and biggest  iMiZ^riil''mpan prizes for botii boys and  |tUg^..,'.>;V,'|it'.|        ",   I  v4_  $M��y Night" SPIC1M  I  Ssbo ��.M. to 9;QQ P.I  E CME - ��ibsons  For leservaftions Please Phone 886-9973  VrsssMr/xrisw^^  - _��wis*)rt_����59 IiBwoWi  7M  ���J. ���'"  7 ��>  ^V*t^7*sf'  -��'  ctf  *- :-'  i  Your Social Credit Team  Coast Chilcotin  Hon. Robert  Conner  Hon. Isabel Andy  Dawson + Widsten  Provincial Federal  Baby doll  Sandra Gordon, 4, daughter of Mr.    Mall.   Creation is work of Mrs. Ted  and/Mrs. W. Gordon, Cowie Street,    Chambers (left). [Mrs. Pete Jackson  Sechelt, gets real close look at barbie    of sponsoring ladies auxiliary cdm-  doll at last week's annual tea of Girl    pletes picture.  Guide" Association sfa^ed in Legion  ^  7*4  Provincial  A 1 REPRESENTATION FOR OUR AREA  Your VOTE For  1  WILL GIVE YOU THIS TOP TEAM  The Society For A Changing World  A. O. Wid-*en,  Bella Coola, B.C.  V%'<  'Mb7'I'  ���i'��icj.;'.'m  DINE AT THE  HARBOIIH VIEW HQ  Fomlly Dining Evrry Sunday 5 lo  ,  COMPLETE SfLECTION OF  CANADIAN AND CHINESE W^Vjjf  TAKE OUT ORDERS  i.11 istxty.- "t'i  ^.444...^^V*V*^��>t^ ff.,^,4*._^,.0.^.tWV.-*V44frf4S.&.  Take \\ for a lest drive. 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CE��&!^��(_��____P   ^G^C3_l!uT3_B_-___SC_?_-   ^T^^7!_-_3Oj^_*5>  B-O-TTV  .. iC_f* -.. _jj  C35B6____ ES~-  jirapi-rassn&i  _JLL  >L_i-  ^ jmftw &�� fSmbz&jmtii  ^.W-s,  '**-. ���."'  ^b  _.lT  _  _ _  ���      ���<  ���J \    **���*��  ���MORE ABOUT ...  ��� Sunshine Coast Queen  ���from page 1  ride, there's much to like about the big  girl.  And one of the things to look for is a  framed picture of Powell River presented  to tbe premier by l_r. - Fairweather at inauguration ceremonies, along witb a  plaque. Both'are from tbe chamber, Mac-  Millan Bloedel limited and the Corporation  of PR. Tbe firm which converted I the  "Queen", McKay-Cdrmack Limited, presented a clock and barometer to tbe ship.  Tbe Sunshine * Coast Queen is 380 feet  long, 18 feet more tban the next larger  queens sucb as the 'Queen of Nanaimo,  and much roomier than the old Langdale  and Secbelt Queens. '  She is said to carry 185 .cars, compared  with 120 for the other B.C.-buQt queens,  and only 85 for the. Secbelt. and Langdale  Queens. So she carries'double what they  did before.  Tbe Queen is 'a push-me-pull-ybu���a  double-ender, so needn't, turn around at  Langdale. She is spic and span but bas  shortcomings. . ��� *���'<  One expected to provk serious' is:the  single, narrow corridor -from th_^afetena,  a. one end, to tbe 700-plus passehget: lounge  at the other end.  Not even room. for. two people'abreast.  When the blower' announces- that the ship  is nearing the landing, .there might.be  people jam-ups right on "board that rival  the car jam-ups ashore:  Exposed promenade decks are roomy,  however, so..(there'll be less jostling on fine  days. ���)  Washrooms are handy to the lounge and  the cafeteria. . . ' ' ,; Jft|fj|  The ship takes six minutes longer than  its predecessors to make tbe run and its  sailings are not as frequent, but ferry  officials said those things will probably be  ironed out in time.  Besides, they pointed out, the ship  carries twice as many cars as it predecessors; and' it has carpets on the decks.  About 200 persons, including cabinet  ministers, government officials; and'invited  guests were on thel first regular, run in B.C.  coaslt waters of tbe .converted ice^brealong  ferry, which sailed, in Quebec waters', as  the Pere Nouvel.   ���  The premier boasted' that purchase of  the ferry for $1.6 million and renovation at  a cost of $508,000' represented the greatest,  bargain his government has ever made.  B.C. Ferries manager: Monty Aldous told  The Times that the new ship, with capacity \  for 185 cars, has made the one-way crossing'  on trial runs in 51, minutes, compared with  45 minutes which its predecessors, the  La-ngdale Queen and Sechelt Queen, took to  make lhe crossing. '.  He said that berths at either end of the  run are not yet fully completed and, tbat  when this is done, and the crew of the ship  has had more practice on, the run, the  crossing time will be about the same as it  was previously. \  "Obviously at first we are not going to  posh anyone to set r*$ords," be said.  When Bennett, was presented a copy .of  the schedule for the new sfoip at the Langdale terminal,  Aldous said he recognized  x New "Queen"  M.V. "Sunshine Coast Queen" creat- was described by the premier as  ed a favorable impression for pa$sen- perhaps one - of the best bargains  gers Thursday afternoon in inaugural   ever rung up by the province   "  run from Langdale. to' Horseshoe Bay  and return. Premier W; A. C. Bennett  and MIA Isabel Dawson of Powell  River were among officials proudly  proclaiming the event as memorable.  Costing $2% million, the new Queen  is largest of the fleet, and would have  a $9 million replacement value.   It  Mr.  Bennett said ihe expects service to  Powell River will be increased in the  future. Last week's run was not  without incident, however. Upon returning to Langdale ship rammed  dock slightly, causing apprehension  among those aboard. <  ��rth, Von.  e Kftiitf  Informal chat   ,  Among 200 passengers invited .aboard    Lange (left) and Magistrate (Sarles  SCHEDULE���(first named (team is home)  May 22, Wed., 6:30 p.m., Seaford vs  Riverdale.  May 24, Fri., 6:J30 p.m. B.A. Blacktop  vs Calla Bros.  May 28, Sun., 3:30 p.m., Calla Bros, vse  Seaford.  May 28, Tues., 6:00 p.m., Army & Navy  vs B.A. Blacktop.  '   May 30, Thurs., 6:00 p.m.. B.A. Blacktop vs Seaford.  May 31, Fri., 6:30 p.m., Army & Navy  vs Calla Bros.  June 1, Sat, 1:00 p.m. Riverdale vs Sechelt; 3:30 p.ni. Riverdale vs Sechelt.  June 2, Sun., ,1:00 p.m.�� Sechelt (at Sechelt) vs B.A. Blacktop; 3:30 p.m. Sechelt  .at Sechelt) vs B.A. Blacktop..  June 2, Sun., 1:00 p-m. Riverdale vs  Calla Bros.  "   June 3, "Mon:,' 6:00 p.m., Seaford vs Army & Navy.; ; _        J ":y: 'y: y- ' y. ..  June 5,.Wed.,6:30"p.m_~Calla Bros, vs  Seaford.-. ������'. :y.y > ��� ���.' .yy-y ������  June 7, Fri.. 6:30 p.nu Army & Navy vs  Riverdale. ���,  June 9, Sun., 1:00 p.m., Sechelt (at Sechelt) vs Riverdale; 3;30 p.m. Seehelt (at  Sechelt) vs Riverdale.  June 9, Sun., 3:30 p.m. Army & Navy ys  Seaford. ���, ,  June 11, Tues., 6:00 p.m., B.A. Blacktop vs Army. & Navy.       , -  June 13, Thurs., 6:00 p.m. Seafori vs  B.A. Blacktop.  June 15, Sat., 1:00 p.m., Calla Brok vs  Sechelt; 3:30 p.m., CaUa Bjfos. vs Sechelt.  June 16, Sun., 1:00 p.m. Sechelt (at Sechelt) vs Seaford; 3:30 p.m. Sechelt (at Sechelt) vs Seaford.  June 16, Sun., 1:00 p.m., Riverdale vs  B.A. Blacktop.  June 17, Mon., 6:30 p>m., Calla Bros, vs  Riverdale.  June 20, Thurs., 6:00 p.m. B.A. Blacktop  vs Calla Bros.  June 22, Sat., 1:00 p.m., Army & Navy  vs Secbelt; 3:30 p.m., Army & Navy vs  Sechelt.  M!ANY<-4re_jd��irt$ M'.the"Sebha .Park', and  * Secbelt areai were saddened by the  news of the death ol Mrs. AgnfefcJtNessie)  Kennedy' on Jtf'&y~ 11, c     ' % " -  ' F-unerali services were held for Mrs/  Kennedy at the Chapel of ,th. .Chimes in  Vancouver where Rev, R, R. Morrison paid  tribute to tbe deceased: At the1 graveside'  after tbe religious service, tbe Ladies  Auxiliary of tbe Canadian Legion Branch  140 was called to order lor one minute's  silence in love and respect for a member  who had answered the last roll call. , "'  Mrs. Kennedy' and her, husband, who  predeceased her by some 11 years, came  to live permanently in Selma Park in 1948.  Previously they were regular 'summer  visitors to the area. A member of the  Sechelt Branch Old Age Pensioners Association and tbe Ladies Auxiliary to,the Royal  Canadian Legion, Mrs. Kennedy will be  sadly missed by her many friends on the  Peninsula.  Surviving to mourn her passing are  three brothers, two asters, and nieces and  nephews in Vancouver.  ��i��s��! ��unoking?  Standard Diesel Fuel burns  | clean, increase injector life;  triple fuel filter life.  CALL YOUR STANDARD OIL MAN  G. H. (Geny) MacDonald  [Wilson Ck, Sechelt 885.9332  'Standard Oil Company of B.C.  !  ;  i  'Roller Skating Keeps You Fit'  ��  3__.  aa^jmaiawftw-^^  SECHELT ROD & GUIS CLUB  LUCKY TUitiCiY SH������  TRAP AND SKEET SHOOTING - .22 SHOOTING  NOVICE EVENTS - LUCKY TARGETS  Sunday, May 26fh at   12 ^��ora  WILSON CREEK  GAMES AND REFRESHMENTS AT CLUB HOUSE  ��_BMJ_j|P-_*g_f��^^  new' Sunshine Coast Queen in inaugural run on Thursday afternoon were  Sechelt's Alderman Miss D. A  de-  Mttelsteadt.   Pair chats with Hon.  Isabel Dawson, Powell River MLA.  _j  mffla&P*.  RPM DELO Multi-Service Oil  is the one oil best for both  diesel and gasoline engines.  CALL YOUR STANDARD OIL MAN  G.   H.   (Gerry)   MacDonald  Wilton Ck, Sechelr 885-93321  'Standard Oil Company of B.C.  that tbe every-hour-on-the-half-bour sailings  of the two earlier ships were more convenient tban the new schedule.  (The Sunshine Coast Queen sails from  Horseshoe Bay at 745 am, 945 am,  1215 pm, 245 pm,5J5 pjm , 7:45 p.m.  and 9 45 pm, and leaves Langdale at  6-45 a m , 8 45 a^n , 11 00 a,m , 1 30 p_m ,  4 pm, 6 30 pm   and 8.45 p.m  (The , Bowen Queen supplements -this  service i oh Fridays and Sundays, sailing  from Horseshoe Bafy at 7-J5 and 9 15 pjm.,  and frpm Langdale at 8 15 and 10 15 pjm.).:.  Aldous stressed that tbis schedule: js  teniporary and could be changed Iatei.  '"Wo are, not going to press our schedules and knock down wharves,'*, he said.  The ship bas screws at both ends and ,  two wheelhouses, enabling it to run directly  in and 'out of berth at either end of the  route without having to.turn around.  This saves about,six minutes at each  docking, ferry officials said.  The Sunshine Coast Queen docked with  a heavy thump at Langdale, and Bennett,  preceded by flower-beating ferry employees  (the flowers were turned over to Pit and  Sechelt hospitals) marched off the ship io  address a crowd at the reconstructed Langdale terminal.  "In this day and age when we all must  practice some restraint, ibis government  shows it must look after the , taxpayers'  dollars," Bennett said, referring to the coM.  of the now ship.  Bennett said the B.C. government, in  comparison with other [provincial governments, has done most to keep its own shipyards busy. He said| that a survey being  conducted by Skillings' department probably will show the B.C. government has  let more local snipfbuitding contracts than  all other provincial governments combined.  (Shillings said last week his department  is conducting the study 'based on shipbuilding and repair figures over the past  10 years)  The ship is fitted inside witb "indoor-  outdoor" carpeting as an experimental  feature.  Aldous said tbat carpeting is supposed  to be cheaper because it removes tbe need  for constant washing and waxing of the  decking, is safer and more comfortable and  that, if it is found satisfactory, may be  installed in other B.C. ferriesA  ' The interior of the old Pere Nouvel���  including a bar���wa's completely torn out  and replaced with a cafeteria ' for 212  passengers, observation lounges for 725  persons and quarters for the 25jman crew.  Small engine failures?  RPM Outboard  Motor Oil adds  power to 2-cycle  and small 4-  cycle motors  tends plug life.  CALL YOUR STANDARD OIL MAN  G.   H.  (Gerry)  MacDonald  Wilson Ck, Sechelt 885-9332  ���Standard Oil Company of B.C.  1. Twin Hollywood beds, $15.00 each Or $25.00 for  -. :both.."-  2. Fire place screen and accessories, $7.50.  3. Book shelves, 41"x7S,,xl2", 6 adjustable shelves,  1    $35.00  (knotty pine).  4. 12'xlS* wool rug, $120.00.  5. Chrome table and chairs, $25^00.  6. Dresser, $12.50.  7. Two basket chairs and covers, $5.00 each.  8. Wrought iron coffee table and end-table, $7.00.  - 9. T.V.^21" HCAJ $35.00. r*  10. Garden tools, mower, wheelbarrow, $15.00.  11. Pole lamp, $7.00, 2 table lamps, $1.00 each,   r  12. 8 mm Bell _. Howell Tri-lens with filter flagic Eye  EHovie Camera, $35.00.  Piec.se adidress _ill inquiries fo  P.O. Box 436, Gibsons, B.C.  AEff!iaM__f  *  \  ��>1_*.l  .������I  CAN YOUR  OUTLETS  DO THE  JOB RIGHT?  \cr'<  Want full benefit from your modern electrical appliances? Let us od_  outlets to add convenience. Uso tho  B.C. Hydro Finance Plan���add cost  -f changes, or additions to your  light bill.  MARKEL ELECTRIC HEATING  McPiie_5r_.ii Qeclric Ltd.  886-9689 - Gibsons, B.C.  of  4  1  ���������m.m.wim*,**,'*,..,.,. ���,t^..iu,.ivi.��t.tt,/4,,.iwi.,*��imm  y:r, .;>'1>MlyiyyJT^,jt.vj.  sA_ii8j^A^9jfelii  I.I;  CJ1   >,  Wtiim*��*  BB  ts^si^smBmi^MB^B.  TOPiys  O^YGOOOS  CHILDREN AND INFANTS  WEAR  i-ADiES9 spomrs wear  Phone 886-9994  Sunnycrest Shopping Centre  Save Money  AT YOUR POPULAR  LUMBER AND BUILDING  SUPPLIES .  Serving The Sunshine Coast  GULF BUBUHBiNG  SUPPUES  885-2283 - Sechelt, B.C,  i_3__  BS  The New  CEEDAHS INN  Pine Cuisine in a  Friendly Atmosphere  LYLE and OLIVE  88^-9815 Gibsons. B.C.  NEVENS TELEVISION  & RADIO  STEREO - B & W and COLOR T.V.  Fully equipped for Color T.V.  Dealer for  ZENITH-PHILIPS-RCA  FLEETWOOD  Better than City Prices  Phono 886-2280  GIBSONS, B.C.  RECIPES  Brought to you by  these progressive  places of business  MUSHROOMS FLAVOUR CORNBREAD  Mushroom cornbrcad con turn any mcol Into a special occasion, Servo It ot Sunday  brunch with scrambled eggs ond bocon for a real treat, It's delicious with pcamcat bacon  ond apple butter tor breakfast or toasted with cheese for lunch. I  To further enhance tho flno cornmcal flavour, bacon dripplnp.* ore used both  r. o& the shortening In tho brcod and lor sautclno the mushrooms, Mushrooms con odd  ^ distinctive flavour to tea biscuits ond pancakes too, Simply add one half to one cup of  '  soutecd rrlushroom.5 to the dry Ingredients.  Us- mushrooms often this month as they are not generally available In June.  Commercial mushroom growers use Juno to restore their mushroom beds In order that  fresh, high quality mushrooms will be available the rest of tho year.  4-6 slices bocon  1 cup yellow cornmcal  1 cup sitled oil-purpose flour  Vi teaspoon talt  2 tablespoons grated parmesan cheese  MUSHROOM CORNBREAD  1 cup chopped mushrooms  1 /A cup tugar  2 teaspoons Ixiklng powder  'ii cup milk  2 eggs, beaten  3 tablespoons Inicon drippings  Preheat oven to 400�� F. Grease a 9 Inch square or circular pan.  Cut the bocon slices Into thirds. Porllnlly cwk Iho bocon, Remove il (rum lhe  frying pon with three toblovp.)ons of drippings, Saule (ho mushrooms in the icmoining  drippings for two minute-.  Sift tho cornmcal, flour, suoor, baking powder, salt nnd chemo together. Stir In  .ho soutecd mushrooms, Conlbinc milk, bocon drippings and eggs, Stir Into dry in-  Qnediefiti, Mix only until combined.  Pour cornbreod Into prepared pon ond orronge bocon on top, Dake ot 400" F.  for twenty minutes until golden. 5crve hot.  ran  _JK_ISIf_|^_^_^p|g_K  BENNER BROS.  '   Furnishings and  Appliances  VISIT OUR LARGE DISPLAY  OF TOP QUALITY NEW  AND USED FURNITURE  Appliances - T.V. - Radio  Phone 885-2058   -    Sechelt, B.C.  Peninsula Plymbing  Ud.  MEA���_. a SUPPLIES  Your Kemfone  Sherwin Williams  Paint Dealer  Phono 886-9533  Gibsons.  B.C.  i  Where  Fashion is a byword  Smart Shoppers are  found at . . .  Heiene's  Fashion Shoppe  Gibsons, B.C. - Ph. 886-9941  IS|jS^  I.  AS LOW AS  WIU. COMPLETELY INSTALL  A NEW SHELL FURNACE  Complete   with   oil   burner,   duct:  work ond oil tank In your home  Call   Bud  Kicwitz   your shell   Oil  ��� Distributor.  ��86-2133 Gibsons, B.C.  ,A y.A.t* .* ,*,_,.  . ,ft..*.>.���#>.#. A *  .rft *(..*ftr.-.**..t*i,!.i The Peninsula Times yr/age?..   FuU report , . >    ,  Wednesday, May 22,1968 .t-(y.^.j,. '>'. .-^ i^,.'. .'._   ,        -   -  Fender ���Hospl  inor-rBa  ....  "fltlt  ^ .^ *���_  '    . -jrj.    .  ..V'.:  V*-->���-���-������'*��� (&��**__.  4wJj^��__v'J)t> i*1 >*��������**-*��-,'*i>,sW*1^*~JP*J. *  __'��tV  ' i-". |V'Wl_- *        V     *  lixilMry  '<���* -v i?.' ������ '��� tv.r"_'���    comisie-ids Reftilipi- meeting  ��� ' .    *_�� V .  ��   ...!>'< ' ' * ,    "* U7_7.r_vf>_1   K,.vX\\JL-mr ��.��o tfrcvi_ .urn IHmt ��#_    - 5__i,*_C.**s3i_'_ __*���> '   ,   .   "   '  Teams;   Eagles,   Sechelt   Residential; j   m      ���^.��� .     . .  ���   .  Orioles,  Wilson Creek;  Raiders,   Roberts    ceased, Mrs   Whittaker Sr., (������!?  Crfe^k; Merthatsls, Gibsons; F.ranen, Gib-   eAth^' members  of tbis; Aaxdmy a_4  i^#v;#_.. .  j j Mellon;- (Mitetx a  SR I hotel jteaip '^4  be held May  Vancouver.  Tea will be held  Midfied ceremony; Mjpf,1, *, 4  Soccer activity in Sechelt was high-   opening game finds Prince#f0^Me * PPle, Ray Pinchhack displaying small    lighted   by   introduction   of   Indian   Paul displaying totem polig��$fl^v#em carved by theiate Mike Paul? DftB,,TJ^- ������ CDI_.AI  A11V  Princess to captains of Seattle and    three available for deservffi|/��pf_c^;^attle's   Jim  Freemen   and  3V>m "S^^ESSL"^1^^3!; iha  Powell Biver penile squads two pf   npants   Princess >> <g��4ib P���ffi       ^5��fT3*ffS^i��  four entered in first annual toutna-   Sechelt,Band-spotesmanr^^^l^ver Captain Ed Hatch. _   ��� pital iAwxi&w held Mond      M     13 ^  ment.   Midfield ceremony prior-to'  Joe, totem carver Reggie nRffigmtot*..  __   "* the %ary; The financial report shows a  t   w%r^*-n-- v     .-,  ���"���-���������-������������ -�����������t &j��   '/^"^sa. Tt�����ES*tT*l��a������*"��� S' " ""' *       "*L~v "    ^T. ��� verylpatfcfyin'g bank balance and the aux-  r"*.    -_... *��   ��a  -*. Vfitias.   _rr.. v��*;,i -��t \taj*b?%       ���4r_i5I*_r* i^. .v*.   '. -i .*i!_r_ ? __.. _r; .A  -   - �������� --'������--��� ^*       ���- -  I4. -  _�������_i,? X*   ���l'^vriT^'A '-^ > ,_,    ^i.j'.."^^ mad.'to,Jhe Memorial FjtnaC  lS^i# ^~^les7 vs O��ol.si; Rdid^       Mrs ^  g^y- g^ve- l2n <sceea  ers vs Tigdrs; Kinsfteh're ^Merchants:  .   ��� p-rt on ^ Regionai omferencc held 4rV^��  Sun., May 26���Raiders vs Eagles;\Mer~"' Secbelt   which  was   very  suecessfeil aro) ^-J^.  chants v$ Tigers; Firemen vs Kinsmen.       ���" -"�����-j  ��������  *���-~��� ���^- ��� -- - ,'-_- ji  ^.Wed^May, 29-7-Eagles vs Merchants;  Orioles y^. Raiders ;rTigers vs Firemen.  ( f"Sun., June ,2^-Eagles',vs Firemen; ,'Or-  'ioj^s vs Merchants- Kinsmen vs Tigers.  Wed./ June" 5--Eagles vs Kinsmen'; Firemen vs Orioles; Raiders vs Merchants.  Sun.? irune 9���Eagles vs Tigers;  Kinsmen <vi- Orioles; Raiders vs Firemen.  Wei.:>June 12���-Orioles vs Tigers; Raiders vs Kinsmen; Firemen vs Merchants.  Sun,, June 16���Eagles vs Orioles; Tigers  vs Raiders; Merchants vs Kinsmen.  Wed., June 19���-Raiders vs Eagles; Tigers vs Merchants; Kinsmen vs Firemen.   >  Sun.,   June 23���Merchants   vs   Eagles;  Orioles vs Raiders; Tigers vs Firemen.  Wed.,   June   26���Eagles   vs   Firemen;  Orioles vs Merchants; Kinsmen vs Tigers.  Sun, June 30���Kinsmen vs Eagles; Orioles vs Firemen;  Raiders vs Merchants.  -well -attended. The Auxiliary received Jet-'V-^*^  ters, of t^nks   from   Mrs, Cotton, Mrs, g'Jz.iX  Wallace   Johnson  and   Mi&.,0, MmeripXh*p<% ^  Mrs. S. G. Heiyitt is tfte'cew'Re^caial Be-/ iiffi  presentative  for  Lower T&airdand (AoxtI>  "--'  iaries,  Pender Ilarbour volunteers expressed  disappointment that time did not aKW  their being able to sJiofw goefst? ^totwa^i  the hospital, as 4>uses left two txwm eat'  lier than> expefeted.   * '  Patients expressed apprecia'tuwi of the  shopping service given by volunteers, more  t members axe needed for this worit.  Hospital week membership teats pzwed  very successful; _ number of associate"and  active members ^have joined the atizilisry,  Mrs. G?" Gooldrup reports tfie Thrift  Shop continues to be a success^ more wor.  ���Cfteyron Gaspline? keep  j_|tpbe parts clean. Boost  Q~~A   fuel mileage.  CmflOUH STANDARD OIL MAN  4--1S: $L (Geny) MacDonald  <X&?hCk, Sechelt 885-9332]  y*S��}Mi3nS 0��l Company.of B.C.f  ^        ��� - atsas  f  witmiifMfumffMBxmm  \  rimmimA  ��  WILSON - ef._.^l ��B3PAL  _i--'  iliary; hopes'to be able to contribute some-  new addition  '"*_*���*' Y?'��'3r   4 iliary; hopes'to be able to coi  Vi��- / iR��? tiuog very" \yorth^vhile to the  l^fi5* .Tv^A-'? to the ft^pital. Mrs. Tibb and Mrs. Row  je  ^XW^Sl kind g^ve'�� very comprehensive report oj  on  the conyehtion held in Sechelt recently.  Mrs. Tito-has been appointed delegate to  attend tie provincial conference m Vancouver on May 29. April 20 was the last Thrift  Shop day, a feature had been a table of  odds and ends of dishes, which had gone  very well and members were asked to try  to have some more similar items for the  next regular day. Next meeting date is  June 10.  Chinese wMmmm m dme  7:3�� p.HB. - mkYi%Sh W&8  Refreshments  Music by RHYTHM RAMBLERS  * �� j  .     *    1...    .,_  $5:00 per person  4U*       �����   ~C..'    1  4*.       4^^      . -<*  FOR TICKETS PHONE S3S-2337  ___g_��MB!��5a^^  "But Vancouver iavored . . .  i��1  <r>  t *.--���- 'i-,:  ?-'Z&l*L%i���        Totem pole chamftton^ g  '&?/- *f Posing wi^ioSaiinwQ-ship^phy and  *%V-'- ,'nc.ost '/valiM>le  player^)lfte6��h^ are  ^t-�� - fnembers C_ Sechelt-Pe^a^s f'oot-  / " " .*' ;' baU Club |9Uo"_T_lg first annual |��tem  -   pole sdecer,tournament against feams  1   from Powell River, Seattle and? Vancouver.  With coach Bill Hartle are  ��� .  . -...,..,,       Bob Watson, Randy Timothy* #owie  WHEN Pagasus Football Club coach Bill    lacrosse, and it is'dependent on as much    joe?- ^ussell  Edmonds,   Tony Paul,  Hartle raced up the steep hill from Sc-    skill and conditioning. '' ' joe (Mover) Wilson (with mosfc'valu-  chelt's soccer pitch to accept congratula-        "Other isports call for ,participant' us^    a|jje   piayer,   totem   pole),    Roland  tions for his team  winning the first an-    ing their hands to advantage. But'tins \s.     ^yan^     Yx>me     Edmonds      Larry  roual juvenile  totem  pale  tournament,  he    one game where this is not lhe case/This'     rj^a  ' Gordon   Dick    Alan    Louie  w^maWer^fact in his words ot accept,    ^jvhat^ves^socPcr its .uniquen^^plor ,   j^^' Joe>   R^g   ^elle,   Jerome  "nC��mat can I say?  We  won, And I'm    " Aclrdirig to Bill, Vaitcouverg^n    ^T^L^^ ^PnwPlfer  glad", he said simply.  beat Vancouver 4-0 and Powell jRiver  -���'^���^^^���\^^M3:^^^^'    54) in final on ttoals bv leftwin^er-Al  .The native of (England then raced back . Ujwe;.. # -crowds not ^g. :wfenore     *��g ���ri^J^R^���ffl2t  n fn m��� r_.>._ 'f�� inifl hi�� Tn/Jifln Hftv��     than _5:ooo d6t.��� ������came. He said ?ttig_?twill    "wiewi ngniwmger KOiana/wigu&i  tract   t^p, calibre vplayere.,(GiWri7ige^ Riyer and  on  the  played  White  tie and Powell'.River. _^   But, as is ;so-many times':-he case;-here '. ^,O06::af:yeaT 'twy^^MeasorkL^^0fi.  was a time when'talent was,to tell Uie "Biit they wiU need aU :the 'h^pf0^y.;':;^-  .;:   , .   "������'���.._'���    -          :_   ��  tale, rather than numbers: It must have can ge-.'':.M_rc'suppor-^                                                                                  lillTI  been obvious to' most of theseveral hund- the pews. But the mews .media ^t^^-f^y^^^y*^^'-^--' a*   - -V    *  red on hand Uiot Sechelt Pegasus was (too -'change of -attitude-,'^ ���d^y^-enj^^pi^;iiM^\S\% J^lvtT -r_>* KT/wfT*1 T  good for the 'opposition.' gc<)d: You cannot be positive enough"��^^  Everybody moy_- buf coach Hartlo, It undertaking such as this, _spe��iaUy in its      '  turned but.,         ',''������'' formative years/"'              .''',.'i.'.''^:.^-';::  BUI and. Mrs. Hartle were having coffee ; Mr. Hartle tel.we-^c;n^',:ttetfe',,'fa ���mm j^ y^. y<jar. Fishing time was  in The Calypso the other night, when the doing enterpnsc, a disservice^when J plays    from dawri ufHii ap.-,. amid Q variety of1,;  coach surprisingly remarked he felt Van- up poor attendee rather thai!.��be fact    weaihcr ranging fxom ^den showera to  emiver would be the team to collect the newcomer* to a sport are fiaUMjpr pro-    brm &umhine  ^gu^n fisJl w^ caught ,  first totem pole.                           .        . ^n|.Ilto #^^  part; Winners were a* foUows:  ������fc'..  V>  '!,.  IsEfpHELT Rod and Gun held its. annual I  ��� members and families trout derby at :��  tiiximm^mvm'Sii.  'Another surprise; though a deserving , frightening obstacles.  one, wiqs the selection committee; uraming        "Sports ''r^ortcts 'are hardly!In a ,pos-  our man Joe 'Mover' Wilson as the tour- jtion'ti  play down the "efforts] of 'homef-1  ney's most valuable player." . town enterprise' when lhej> have^not; .fecini  Bill toW The Tjmes the choice of Wil- much of tlie  game  as  it's played jbtjicr  sort was remarkable. It turns out ::Tlie Mo- places, T I  vcr" had not played organized fiocn^r lie- ..MrS- Hartle: arid I.went to, Vancouver,  fore itliis iseaison. 41110 other week, to see our west cOast,.^-^/  We aske<l how is it that a lad like this an(1 q���jie apantJfnojln the fact about twice'1  Largest fish, Ed Renhie, 8 ot.; second;  larigest, Mark Rennie, 7 oz,; most fish, ,  Derek Nelson, seven fish; smallest fish, ^  Defek Nelson, 2Vt oz.  can come along to display obvious above-  avcragc-ability witiimtt more U��an Jxasie  grounding and experience in the sport.  "Hero's a boy with natural ability, He  can fit In with the rest of the team and lie  Ik able to adapt ,10 team play, so important In coming up with a susuccessful effort. ���     ���  "Contrary to what might be said, soccer teams 'do depend on players coming  along with, natural ability. I like jwecer  more than any other game. It's as fast as  as many fans will be needed to'cfitTy Jlhp.i' i  operation many years, there is *>ot milch J",~  wrong with Yane����ver. Despite \what $o%\ "  read in the papers.  Sludged engines?  E9S  U 1 '  ,'i.V.  "Roller Skating J�� Relaxing"  '1  Fuel bills too high?  m:  �����  DoterRWtactlon CHEVRON  GASOLINES nnd STANDARD  dicscu rucu t��it costi/  CAIXYOUn STANDAF1D OIL MAN ' |  O.   H,   (Gerry)  M-*uA_<__  I Wl^on 'Ck^Sechdt 805.9332 j  '.\  LISSILAND FLORIST  & GIFT SHpfty,  Specializing in Funeral D0sl��jr|5���i  and Wedding Arrangement , >.  886-9345 ��� - Gibsons;   .%/$ s  885-9455 - Sechelt \s ;?*j^' \    .  W~ttfe_J,''    A  \'  ^  1 ��.*  RPM Motor Oils keep engines clean, cut wear, help  engines last longer.  r   ���  CALL YOUR STANDARD Oil, MAN  G.  H.  (Gerry)  Moe,~-r>ol_  Wilton Ck, Sechelr 005-9332f  ���Standard Oil Company of ll'C.  iTTerent moneis  Evinrude hias the biggest range of flshfng motors on 1h_  water.... the quietest, smoothest trollmg, mmt feliMe  fishing motors you can buy, Evinrude motors are used by  fishermen all over the world. In Canada, ife/Vetfaefirst  choice of guides, fishing camp operators, ommmM  fishermen, yvho depend on outboard motm fsesfmvtmtoe.  Check the full range of fishing motors at your EvSuwd��  dealer's ... 11/2, 3, 5, 6, flJkl5 and 18 ftpu  They're part of the Iwjdest.sefectior?.pf EvfrawsH ever  built, 21 models fori 968, mcfudfngtfTeaf^CTswIatoiily  19 lbs) to lrpo 11 & h-P-  5-t  ,s>: ^A_�� '-'.L',:  1,-11 *  ^rV**  .   tf\mi'f\MO ARABIAN STALLION)  JgRICHO SARACEN  AHC 2755.1097  '  <* VISITORS WELCOME ���  phopie 487-9240  !'��'\ <  MM)  ,v$>m\<s* y>  .J..'A*  .'  '  '���? I  ^.i^ff��'f?'','j  OUTBOARD MARINE COBfORATION Of C-NWAITft,HTWf_*��WLC*Ml|i  fvluiiut.'K.liiniS ii)  (JMC !ilirn_ llrivo rMjini..  .'.cow Cc��j:>v�� ����_iff*WJfa,  Lnwn Hoy puwer mower�� oikJ Pioi*r;r cn<nn sjwx.  CAf. BE SEEfJ 4T'll^Xf0P HIDlflG StABLES  ,.,.,,.���,.,,.,,-,���; ., ^i.;.,^;,';.,U;,-;.7.,:;..;i.t,. ,,,\-^,.,.,7,,yT l;w^7^^_^^^^v^  i��j������  ���tfMNMMnl  *i_���a���taw  Youi' OMC Service Centre - Penirtsufo Evinnxfe l^eofer >C_l��__i��Tf-^f rs  ami Hook-up - Camp Sites - Trailer Court - ixm*&m% itawp   ,  MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  fl^^s; ��S3-22.66  -*  i��|Wi��il_ii��i>fit��_  r  ���{��  ^.*   <��. .���*(  *#.���i*��.-,*w*t., *f*'^ .<*���* J��.  _#-r   *t...#,#i.,*,��*(. ,,4 ,)*��������#..* .*�����.,-*  ��*,   rt*  V*. J^^^l^rf^a^.^^,,^flA..^^S-f^^f^^^^-^^*'^^^^^  l;v^.,^^t^^^^|<^^,^^1��*^ * t I  ^_t.ffi$^^  Around Gibsons  ^mm^m?4^Mm^^^^^!^M^^^$^^  Page 8 (        - The Peaitmaia Ximes  ^edne&oysNfajrjSSrSpi  bazaar  &  *_i  vis,*.-.  felt; Shawn  and,She?ri-,.Wolao^y^Tobi    Mondayevening.-last week,' a group cf .SSl.  ;Lukashuk, Sfep6eit'LaiB0ii,;3SarSrJ--uriel ?'twelve ladies;-, members ot tbe Women's _i   '*,.-.    v^^^^a.^ -*j ,-^v.,* * �� -  Ronnie and Russ Abrams, Dana Henderson,   .Missionary   Council   of   the   Pentecostal PENDER Harbour Community" CM 'fi^ld  Michael and ShewHe.-ana Maxfield -and .*'. Church were busy sewing and ironing, mak- .    *^ annual Mother's Day tea and hazaar  Riokie,Swanson: The 'little guests .were a%  accompanied" by their- mothers 'who', also  enjoyed the delightful'party."  '"   '   J     *      gdert-was .in.ine .cwir ana rou can was - ,_he bazaar w&'_^^*vwithr>& brief  ;f?.fr^bye��cbonepr*seI^repCati,,gtJ,e wi^me.i-nd'_^^fo>^l|��abddott-  -enh Psalm from  memory.- Mrs.  Carol -���_.__ t.. >..._iT-i.^  t.."S1'�� ^ MUr  Mrs.,A. Liikashuk was hostess ^t a baby  shower in' honour of Mrs. Ken'^Mbrnsop,  the m'any lovely "gifts were-presented to  the guest of .honour in a daintily decorated  basket. A beautifully decorated cake was  the main feature of the tea table. (Juesfts  present were Mrs. Wilma ^Morrison, Mrs.  Boyce gave the scripture and Mrs. Marlon  -Charman react the life story of one of the  iP.A.O... missionaries in Brazil.   Refreshments were served. ^  Gibson's Garden club president, Mrs.  Vicki Allen," Mrs.- Jannine Larsen,' Mrs. .> ?osie Davies asfcs that the members keep  ations by bazaar convener Vi Tyner  The tea was in the charge of Mae Wid-  man with assistance from Gladys Caldwell  and a bevy of jufaor'^teTwho served to  mere than 100 guests /. "'���  The Jiome sewing table was presided ov-  Donna Jay, Mrs.1 Doris SkcUett, Jfln. Majy   > mind' the date cf the next meeting, June    *r bV ElEa Warnock with assistance frop  -.      _,        ii -��t__  .   -.        _        ��_7 .     . .on.     ...v.:..    :it   i L.ii      .   .��      .?- Joan   Rap  and   KoHipr  rinnoon 5  Douglas, Mrs. Nancy Douglas; Mrs. Janice  Edmonds,-Mrs.'Evelyn Boise, Miss Marilyn  Hopkins ahd Mi& Wilma Mandelkau. Mrs.  Mary Kinne was unable to attend but sent  a gift. - '",.���'  Guest at the borne of Mr. and Mrs. S.  Basey recently, wa9 Mr. Basey's mother  from Vancouver.  Mr. and Mrs. Bill Douglas are happy  over the birth of a baby girl, Sheryl Louise  on May 5th at St. Mary's Hospital. Congratulations also to Mr. and Mrs. Pred  Hurren on the arrival of their son Danny  Frederick, born at St. Mary's Hospital,  May 8th.  Among patients at St. Mary's Hospital  are Mrs. M. Cooper and Miss Sandra  Corlett. Mr. Roy Blake is a patient in  St. Paul's Hospital, Vancouver.  Visiting her son-in-law and daughter,  Mr. and Mrs. V. Swinner, is Mrs. A.  Leffler from Dawson Creek, a former  Gibsons resident.  Morris Nygren is away for the commercial fishing season.  Mrs. W.��H. Price and Miss Linda Price  were hostesses Wednesday evening at their  home when they entertained at a baby  shower for Mrs. Tina Bathwell; many  lovely gifts were received for little Trina.  Guests present were .Mrs. Oscar Iuon,  Patsy Hughes, Belinda Gibb, Jill Cobleigh,  Sandra Parsons, - Karen Gibb, Nancy -Le-  Warne, May Hanson, Mrs. C. Hanson, Mrs.  K. Baba, Mrs. L. Flummerfelt, Judy Higjgs,  Dianna Bergen, Audrey Waterhouse, Mrs.  R. Hughes,. Marney Jepson, Barbara'Jaeger, Carol Newman and Karen Karateew.  Unable to attend but sending gifts were  Marilyn Hopkins, Pat Clement, Mrs. Mike  Jepson,   Mrs.   Fred  Newman  and   Linda  ,19th, which will be held at the kinsmen  Clubhouse at 7 p.m. New members are  ,also welcome.  Mrs. .Geo P. Smith of Carol Lodge who  -returned early in May from Edmonton is  now home after a visit to Harrison Hot  Springs,  where  she was a guest of her  "niece and sister.  Here's how fo get on  federal voter's list  IN ANSWER to requests from our readers we bave contacted Returning Officer A. J. Pearsall, Coast Chilcotin, regarding who to contact in respect to being put  on the voters' list.  Tbe following people and the polling divisions they enumerated, are as follows:  Wilson Creek, Mrs. K. Franske, 885-9361;  Sechelt East, Mrs. E. Whartes, 883-9737;  Sechelt Reserve No. 2, Mrs. Sandra Joe,  885-9707; Sechelt VDlage, Mrs. H. Nelson,  .885-2282; Sechelt West, Mrs. N. Branca,  885-2247; Half Moan Bay, Mrs. P. Boyd,  885-2838; Madeira Park, S. A. McDonnell,  883-2411;' Franc_5~Peninsula, W. Scoular,  883-2396; Pender Harbour, Lloyd Davis,  883-2219; Egmont, Mrs. D.. Silvey, 883-2219.  Oh Thursday June 6, tbe above enumerators will be available throughout the day  and evening to register any voter who.  was missed during the enumeration May  6-11.  By the time parents are ready to enjoy  the  comforts' of -life,  their  children are  using them.  Sechelt News Notes  Jean Rae and Esther Duncan.  The garden shop .was in tbe usual capable hands of Doris "Edwardson, and Barbara Iverson who produced a bright display.  The well stocked home baking table was  in the- care of Muriel Cameron, Nancy  Brown and Donna Remmen.  Fresh salmon was collected and sold by  Albert Edwardson. White elephants were  guarded and sold by Lorill Kilborn. The  children's toy table was "attended by Janice dimming, kept busy^ by eager small  buyers. ..   >   .. ��� '.   ��'  The fish pond was cared,for by Kim  Lawrence with assistance 'from Susan  Childs. ;  Girl Guides sponsored by the Community Club, had a table of wares {or sale with  Captain Margaret Wise and Lieutenant  Louise Bain present. Also present we$e  Girl Guides in uniform. .   i  A guessing game of. jar. .of ��� beans and  buttons for a prize of a box" of assorte.  articles, and a ticket draw on a cushion,  were both taken care of bv Miriam Wiley.  Assorted articles were won by D. Fairweather. The cushion was won by N. Garvey,.  Tickets fcr the bazaar draw were sold  at the hall by Cecelia Scott and Terry Cameron. Prizes went as follows: .jveek-end  case, Marian Bilnick; set of dishes, Lillian  Lorentzen; tablecloth, C. Smith; pyjania  doll, Joan Rae. ;'  Tea tickets were sold by Carol Reid,  and tbe lucky ticket winner-of tea cloth was  Elna Warnock. ,  The special molher-of-the-year prize  went to Mrs .Maggie Wray, one of the older mothers who always assists with everything. Tbe prize was a tablecloth .   f  Announcer for the afternoon was Albert  Edwardson. '  ON THURSDAY a large group of Peninsula  residents enjoyed a pleasant trip to  Horseshoe Bay as guests on the inaugural  trip of the Sunshine Coast Queen. After  greetings had been exchanged by the premier and the Hon. Isabel Dawson the  guests boarded the converted vessel to hear  Father Power of the Sechelt Residential  School recite the traditional prayer for the  .commissioning of a ship. Refreshments  were served and guests then inspected our  new ferry. The 'minister of highways was  overheard to say that he would soon be  travelling over our highway.  Once again space was at a, premium  when the Ladies' Auxiliary to the Girl  Guides held their annual tea. It was a de-1  lightful affair, but proved again the need  for larger facilities. Are you thinking of    Alan and Mark arrived fr<  ways and means? Please do. ���       \ spend the long weekend at  sioner. The world pin is worn by Guide  members in or out of uniform, especially  those travelling abroad.  Mr. and Mrs. W. Hodges and daughter  Wendy visited the Peninsula last weekend,  calling in on Mis. "Safik-Wood and Mr. H.  Nixon. Mr. Hodges is a nephew of the late  Bill Hedges and the purpose of his visit was  to scatter the ashds on th& property of bis  former home. '  Marion and Manford Cook are prepared  to wear crash helmets while in their own  home these days. Yes, even to bed. A car,  north bound on Saturday evening, crashed  through their yard, throwing rocks \ and  dirt and breaking their living room \and  bedroom windows. \  and Mrsi David Lucken and sons  Kamloops\to  avis Bay w\th  Mr.  Mrs. E. Wakefield is a patient in St.  Mary's Hospital.  Mr. and Mrs, B. J. Lang are enjoying  a visit from their daughters and sons-in-  law, Mr. and Mrs. I. Garry: with Lissa,  and Mr. and Mrs.. Alan Marshall. Mrs.  Laing's mother Mrs. Diebel is enjoying a  visit with the family also.  The Leo Johnsons have Carolee homo  for the long weekend. I  Mrs. W. J. Wood and daughters Sharon  and Debra were weekend guests of Mr.  and Mrs. Lloyd Turner.  Magistrate and Mrs. Mittelsteadt were  among thoije who made the first trip on  the Sunshine Coast Queen. They travelled  io attend the Royal Canadian Mounted Police veterans' ball at the Bayshore Inn.  Their trip wjll continue on to Trail where  they will attend the magistrate's convention. ,  Mr. and Mrs. Jim Dunn spent the weekend at their summer cottage in West Sechelt. and enjoyed some fishing.  Bud arid Shirley Fcarnley and family  are spending a few days at her brother's  ranch in Grand Forks. Karen and Vickcy  arc looking forward ta same horseback  riding.  We are sorry to say that Mr, I^qulmo  is ill in St. Paul's hospital.  Mr. and Mrs. Vic Fraaskie made a  .surprise visit lo Kamloops to visit their  daughter Vickey on her birthday, She is  teaching there,  Mr, and Mrs. 0, Moscrip motored to  Prince George to attend the Shrine ceremonial,  Linda Hansen lias left on her throe-week  vacation to Europe, She plans on visiting  l^>va Hansen, ��� In Denmark while there. A  gathering of friends and relatives wished  her l>r>n voyage at (her home Thursday evening, A presentation of the world pin was  made by Harriet Newton, Guide Commls-  \Mr. and Mrs. C. G. 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