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 *���>'__>     -.1.1    ���     .> ^Jr,^*Yk"*YY_*',>^'~W.  ������     (*���   -   J. ^t-��� .- f > >   \ .-i  , .   V''    " ;  Split up grades  *n. "fry**-  Committee meeting decides  uture Halfrnoon Bay, pupils  AIXJOURNII-G at 12:55 a.m. after <a five  and a trail hour session, school trustees  waded through a tieavy agenda at the Jun'p  m^tip# ��tf the fooard.    f  ,M#eti_�� in , committee folloyrang'> the  public, aneetipg, the (future of .Halfrnoon Bay  student's was decided: Grades 1-4 will at-  'teiidJ~$echelt School and Gracles 5-7 will  travel *to Madeira Park School, commencing next September.    A Jormal offer of $18,174 fty a nine acre,  parcel ot land will ibe made to the Sechelt  Tribal Council, subject to the successful  passing of an 'appropriate referendum.  Also in committee it was decided top  lease at a total capital cyst of approximately' $23,385, payable at an approx. rate  of'$500 per month for 60 months, the  following equipment: 4 panel trucks, a  tractor, reel mower, rotary mower renov-  aire, blade, spray equipment and irrigation  equipment.  STAFF APPOINTMENTS .  Mr. Donald (L. Montgomery is returning  to the district as vice-principal of Elphinstone Secondary School, replacing Mr. C.  B. Portman who resigned,  Mt. John 3. Ayris will be vice-principal  of Gibsons Elementary School, replacing  Mr. A. Merling who also resigned.  Department Heads will be established  at Elphinstone in the fields of English,  Social Studies, Mathematics and Science  receiving an annual"allowance of $465 for  the responsibility.  Mr. Frank Fuller has been appointed  full Stime Adult Education Director; trustee  Wm. Malcolm abstained from, voting on  the Issue.  REFERENDUM No. 9  'Trustee Norman Hough abstained from  voting on content of Referendum No. 9  which will include: Upgrading of Elphinstone Secondary School; 8 classrooms plus  a library at Sechelt Elementary School; 1  room addition to (Langdale school and  money for- the ipurchase of land* for the  planned new secondary school in Sechelt.  DENTAL PROGRAM'  - Pre-school children from 3-5 and Grades  Kf -students in tbe 'Halfrnoon Bay-Egmont  area will be able to take advantage of the  school! dental program dunng July. Estimated cost of the program to the board is  3.50  i&KtAifiU* _^>">>^w*&'<i{frWM^  .1',  !.-'  " /  f>  uthorlzed^ as second ctaS*  Y "omoho '4 .wu��*-#*d "  moil   by   ths   Post   Olffe*  .. 1  music ROOMS  Trustees   approved   Principal   W.  Porter's  ciassi_oirag  the, music, program,. oneA for s> storage �� and  one !tor a music classroom., .Also Chat Hie  baard rents, instruments for September; so  tbatitbpy are immediately available for  student rental..  INVESTIGATION  * Secretary 4-?_iter 'Wilson infornied the'  boartHbat accountant Mr.-~YorkstonY_;~  working on a report concerning the feasibility of installing electronic data processing in ithe" school board office; tbe report-  will be presented after discussion with the  new secretary-treasurer,  Mr. Ben Lang has been invited to inspect the floor of the school board office  during working hours. The invitation  followed Mr. Lang's statement tbat he can  see no reason for any work to be done on  the floor. Mr. Lang is the -school board  office landlord.  Swim classes started  in seven communities  SWIMMING classes are now in progress at  Hopkins .Landing, Gibsons, Roberts  Creek, Sechelt, Davis Bay and Redrooffs.  For further information, phone the Becreation Office at 885-9985 between 10 'a,m. and  1 p_m.  r-  Hon. Isabel Dawson  _  discovers painting  WHEN Hon, Isabel Dawson visited the Arts  Council Gallery Shop in Sechelt last fall,  she mentioned that she had an "original  painting of Powell 'River in her office in  Victoria and would like to have paintings  of Sechelt and Gibsons as well.  While admiring the Dominion Day art  display in the United Church ball, Mrs.  Dawson was delighted to find two pictures  of Gibsons; she finally chose one of the  village and wharf as seen from fhe  Georgian Heights bluff painted by Kay  Wells of 'Roberts Creek.  Another painting, "Garden Bay" donated iby Kay Wells to the Gallery to raise  funds for rent and running expenses, has  been won by Mr. and Mrs. Fred Feeney,  Gibsons.  All guilty pleas  Liquor charges predominate  Sedheli Magistrate's court  Abundance of water for Roberts Creek  ONE YEAR ago a public meeting was held    is sometimes very hard to get  in the Roberts Creek community hall tp  investigate possibility of forming a water  improvement district.  With Mr. J. Eldred as chairman, a  committee was appointed and instructed to  investigate tbe whole situation (and take  whatever steps were necessary to find out  whether or not a�� Improvement District  would be possible ifor.the Rojrerts Creek  Dfclffefc^r.-  ~    ^ *  - --AV -    .-'  A lot of work has been done in tbe year;  a poll has been taken of the property  owners, maps of the area have been obtained and many meetings bave been held.  A further meeting was held last Wednesday  evening with Provincial Inspector of Improvement Districts, Mr, A. 0, Ferguson  present to explain the situation as it now  stands.  A preliminary feasibility survey was  made of the area a little over a year ago  and this shows there is more than sufficient  water in the area to serve the population.  However, he stated, nothing further can be  done until the canvas of property owners  is one hundred per cent complete. As some  of the property owners are non-resident it  names and  addresses. A further feasibility report and  engineers survey could be requested when  the survey of property owners is complete.  This involves a lot of secretarial work and  as the committee is working short-handed  would appreciate any offer of assistance  from residents who can spare the time.  Mr. Eldred, chairman or Mr. Beeman,  secretary, will-be glad to iCll.in on details.  It Is/'.hapeoY Ito hpre-a. public *meeting  shortly, date to"be announced.  ALBERT Charles Louie of Sechelt appeared  before Magistrate Charles Mittelsteadt  last week and entered a plea of <guilty to a  charge of impaired driving, Saturday, June  29th.  Corporal Orville Underh.ll told tbe magistrate the accused was arrested on the.  reserve' after driving at speed through  Secbelt and failing to stop despite the  flashing light of ihe police car. He was  arrested aftenhe bad admitted drinking  several bottles of beer and 'became abusive  referring to Hhe police as "gestapo and  communists". Later lie admitted drinking  most of the day and said that besides the  beer he bad consumed ten whiskeys.'  Representing Louie, Mr. E. Dawe ioMv  the court he was surprised that Ms client -  Unpaid duty  REGIONAL District Building Inspector  Fred Reyfourn appears to be saddled  with the responsibility of inspecting septic  tanks. There will be no reimbursement  from the Department of Health for this added chore despite the fact such inspections  Dawe also suggested that when people on a  reserve are attempting to provide for themselves and develop, some leniency should  be considered. He therefore asked that his  client be reprimanded and given another  chance.  On behalf of the accused, Cpl. Underbill  agreed he has given very little trouble in  the past and said he is one of the few who  have held a regular job.  Imposing a fine of $200 the magistrate  told Louie he would not take away bis  driving licence but would restrict bim to  driving within the hours of 5 a-m. to 9 p.m.  in order to get to and from work, for three  months.  Christopher Edward Julian also entered  a plea of guilty to a cttarge of causing a  had done such a thing. "He -is omro% ihe' > disturbance  on Ithe wateifeont while in-  steadiest unen on the reserve and has. no \ toxicated.  previous>convactiottv��or imp^dr-SWi^' .jf&&t%**. ^l*S^*"*3*'�� a< c?m"  only one ot two minor offences," he .aid.    l*am* ltt &e *ar1^ "our^ ** W ��">��"��-.   ������1     RCMP went to the waterfront whete a  group of Indians were creating a ruckus.  Julian was among them and was intoxicated. He became abusive and used filthy  language when approached by the police.  "This is his ninth appearance in court on  a drink charge, he always gets abusive,  uses foul language, doesn't work and I nave  no idea where he gets bis money from to  buy Kquor," said Cpl. Underbill.  Julian's father, speaking on his son's  behalf said it was his twenty-first birthday  and no doubt he bad been celebrating with  his Jfriends of whom he evidently has quite  a number. Further he needed his son in  order to assist in a small shake mill he  was just starting, lie therefore asked for  leniency.  Fining him $100, the magistrate told  Julian, "I have fined you smaller amounts  in the past but you don't seem to learn.  Next time you come before me I will send  you down, you had therefore best get down  to working for a change,"  Two twenty-year old men entered pleas  of guilty to charges of being in possession  of beer while under twenty-one. Ronald  Werner was charged after being caught  with beer in his auto and Michael Nepkitch  after he had been observed leaving a liquor  store.  In his own defence Nepkitch told the  court he had served three years in the army  during which time he bad been permitted  to drink In canteens and bars in Europe.  The maglhtrate told him that he would  be pleased to go along with any changes in  the law but at present tlie age limit is  twenty-one, he therefore had no alternative  but to impose a fine of $50 in both oases.  Highest award  All the way from a small Brownie to  Air Banger, fifteen year old Carol  Olson has steadfastly passed all the  tests leading to fhe highest award in  Guiding, the Gold Cord. Division  Trainer Betty Alien who has helped  ten Guides in the Elphinstone District to achieve this honor presented  the award at a ceremony held in  Gibsons last week.  Volume 5/ No. 32 '  WEDNESDAY, JULY 10. 1968  Elphinstone Guide  wins highest award  ELPHINSTONE District maintained its  proud record in Guiding when1 fifteen  >ear old Carol Olson, belcajne the-tenth Girl  divide to receive her Gold Cord, the highest  award in Guiding.  Making the presentation at an informal  ceremony last Wednesday, division trainer,  Mrs. Bettv Alien mentioned the time, effort, initiative and especially tbe perse*  \ .ranee required to achieve the high  iward.  Carol who is now an Air Ranger, is the  s.cond Gold Cord Guide in the family;  her sister Merilee also suaiified and her  mcther Mrs Ld Olson is Brown Owl of the  1st Gibsons Brownie Pack.  Attending the ceremony and delightful celebration party which followed in tbe  home of Mrs. Marion Alsager were: past  Division Commissioner, Mrs. Agnes La-  bonte; District Commissioner, Mrs. Peggy  Le Warne; Division Trainer, Betty Allen  and her husband, Mr, Len Allen; Ranger  Leader, Mrs. Meg Meredith; Mrs. Marg.  Wheeler; Mrs. Helen Weinhandl; Mrs. Lil  Olson; Mrs. Marion Alsager; Girl Guides,  Fran Finlayson; -Dianne Fisher; Teresa  Labonte; and Kathy Potter.  Golf Club membership  continues to increase  CHAIRMAN of the Sunshine Coast Golf  and Country Club, Frank Newton, announced this week he has been notified by  membership committee chainman Bill  Sneddon that the membership count has  now passed the 250 mark.  This means that another fifty only will  have the opportunity to join as class B  share members at a cost of $300 plus $100  membership. Such membership closes at  the 300 mark at which tune straight membership will rise to possibly $500.  Hears complaints  ,    '       * Flht catch  Fighting an hour long battle to land   Clayton,  Mrs!  NoWton hooked and  her fire't salmon, Harriett Newton  was the angler that sports writer Lee  Straight was enviously watching last  Wednesday in Sprgcant Bay. On her  first fishing expedition "with husband  Frank Newton and Dick and Vona  lapdcd tills fine 25i>ounder. The big,  shiny bc^at Which tec Straight mentioned ,belongs to Dick Clayton, pictured holding lhe fighting monster  which gave Its captor blistered  hands. 1  are the function of the Health Inspector.  To help the Health Unit the Regional  Board agreed with this duty up till April.  During tbat time the Health Unit was to  be billed for services rendered; by then  it was assumed an Inspector would bc operating in the area.  This has failed to materialize; and apart  from asking that the building inspector  continue bis services the Board of Health  bas indicated it has no means of contributing financially.  At last meeting of the Regional Board  a further letter from lhe Health Department suggested the situation remain unchanged and that it would seem a natural  thing for the building inspector lo carry  out this work.  Chairman Frank West expressed the  view that there is little the Board can  do: "They evidently have no money so I  suggest we file it," he said.  Director Cliff Gilker commented that  while he was not suggesting cutting off  this service he felt the Department should  be advised the Board has gone along with  them so far for the sake of the public, but  If the Health Department cannot do its own  work then <an amendment should ibe made  in order to raiso 'sufficient funds.  The iirtatter was held in obcyancc following continent by Administrator <2harlci  Gooding that other Regional Boa_~d arc doing the same thing and for the same reasons.  SEWER REQUEST  Charles English (Ltd. wrote explaining  plans XXX for Installation of a sewage  system for the Sunnycrcst Plaza ahd other  stores planned for the, future. Disposal line  would run down Shaw Road where a lagoon  system will bc installed and used until micb  time it wJH bc possible to book up to the  proposed village sewer system.  Director Fred Feeney-nod also Village  Mayor, Mid that while the property down  Shaw Road might bo Vacant fit'this time,  It might not be for long. Further, such approval will first have to be <_>taincd from-  the Pollution Control Board.  Mr. Gooding explained 1bo PUC has "already passed the problem to the Regional  Board. ,  Asked by Director Gilker whether Gibsons Council ban been approached on the  mailer, Director Fccncy said it Is not actually a village problem In that tlie <arcn Involved lies outside the village,  Feeney also reported that until now  council has been Investigating <.ont nnd  feasibility. Bii^, a 'public meeting will hrtvo  to be called shortly In order to explain the  situation.    |  1 It wan moved the Board planning committee meet with Mr. English and later  perhaps fhe matter might be fatten up with  the village.'        SUNSHINE  Coast   Regional  District   has  finally been notified it now assumes  responsibility df the Regional Hospital District; Letters Patent were received last  Thursday. July 4.  This now gives the present Board  a  --twotfcM~jabr*!__t~ft is Expected bom will  be accomplished at the regular monthly  'meeting  witb   hospital  _t��fairs   following  normal ^Regional District business.  While intentions were, as previously  stated, to call Municipal Affairs "Minister  Dan Campbell making clear feelings of the  board regarding lack of co-operation, a  slight diversion bas occurred. Mr. Campbell is on vacation, however, bis deputy  Mr. Brown has suggested meeting with the  board within the next few days to discuss  the situation.  A number of problems have assailed the  Board since its inception and despite repeated requests for guidance, little else but  departmental "'buck passing" has resulted.  As <a last resort, Directors decided at last  meeting to advise the Minister that unless  greater co-operation is provided, the board  of directors would resign, en masse.  In order to bring about changes within  the Regional Board structure, a number of  resolutions to be submitted to the September convention of Union B.C. Municipalities, was approved by the Board and include:  (1) Request for an amendment to the  Municipal Act authorizing a regional district board to create a general purpose  fund or at discretion of the Board make  use of surplus funds in functional accounts.  This would permit provision for services of  a minor nature beneficial to the whole or  parts of 'the District, or, to make expenditures of 'an unforeseen nature.  (2) That term of office of a director be  extended to three or more years in light of  the fact that at present the two year term  merely serves to acquaint a director with  operation of a regional district;  and any  Srt  Bknnes boats - yachts  Begional Director warns  pollution at Canoe Pass  1  ^4.^4% 'aft*,rft_rfd��^j(* #"��� 4%_.jMtvi^^^i^h^tH^ir.^^ jt^-t^ -ift" t  A  AIT I,A5T meeting of tlie Sunshine Coast  Regional District, Director Jim Tyner,  ropreacnUng Pender Harbour, stated pollution in Canoe Pass Is gritting quite a  serious problem and blamed contamination upon boat* and yachts anchored at  marinas In adjacent 'areas.  Also, he explained, some older homes  at Cahoc Pass have raw sewage going  directly Into tho sea. "This situation is  also quite bad in other parts at Pender  I.anbour during thq summer monUis and  something will have to bc done," he added.  , Discussion tfcftlowcd a ruling by the  Health Branch regarding a shack on Indian  property j In 1hat ?.r?a and stated that  Indian land lea nil to non-Indians becomes  alienated and is therefore subject to local  by-laws and regulations.  ' Chairman Frank West pointed out that  pollution is In fact a problem for the Pollution Control Board. ��� (Agreement was then  reached that Hie matter bc turned over' to  the POD,  "GOOFY" TALK  Request to the Provincial Department of  Agriculture for a copy of the Canada I-md  Inventory brought back a reply that the  Inventory  would  not be  available  ln_ore  , Jan.:  Director OMt GlUter cxptatscd tbe vkw  talk,  said  "The  almost  in two  that  this  was  Just   "goofy''  Minister, Mr. Frank Rlshtcr  two years ago it would be ready  years time," he Bald. ,  It was moved a,letter be dispatched to  the federal government seeking a copy of  the Inventory together with a' copy to. MiP  Paul St. Pierre,  PRIVATE ROAD  Present access road to the Gibsons  gaibage dump Is in effect ��a private road,  but one which has been in use for some  years. Owner of property through which  the road runs'has asked that it now1 be'  closed off and the gazetted road be opened  up instead.  Director Fred Feeney said tho existing  accesti docs not have official easement but  was in use when the property owner, ,Mr,  Glen Davles purchased It. "Under the  act, there la little he can do," he said.  Administrator Charles Gooding said the  matter has been previously discussed with  Ihe roads department but .hey are reluctant to open up the official road due to  excess costs.  At the suggestion of Director Gilker it  w��s moved the Highways Department be  j^cqwalnted k.13�� tbe chuaiioti and. nuked to  give further consideration to the request.  benefits accrued toward the end of two  years might not get the opportunity to  prove of benefit.  Also, only a proportion of the directors  be elected annually. At present the complete Board could be chaUged at one time,  eliminating- continuity of development plans.  (3) That the provincial government  make available to regional/districts an  equitable portion of the ten mill provincial  levy. At the present time administrative  and planning grants 'bear no relationship to  size of the district or the contribution in  property tax to the provincial coffers.  (4) That the 'Municipal Act'be amended  to provide regional districts with assessment rolls and necessary revisions together with power to create their own  electoral rolls.  At present, regional district electoral  rolls are compiled from school district rolls  which might not be accurate and not suited  to the electoral area required by regional  districts.  (5) Because such functions as garbage  collection, water distribution, etc., are  almost impossible to implement due to lack  df information on ownership of property  and subsequent changes available to the  Board. Also, as separation of land improvements is not technically possible under tho  tax roll system presently in use. It as  suggested the provincial government be  asked to instruct the responsible departments to expand and revise their facilities  to permit regional districts to carry out  their functions.  Soccer field closed  until September 31  CONFLICT of a minor nature arose at last  meeting of Sechelt Council between  Aldermen 'Morgan Thompson "and Chuck  Rodway when a request (for use of Hackett  Park as of September 15th for Juvenile  soccer was rejected by Alderman Thomp  son.  Thompson nald he would like to close  the park off until the end of September in  hopes that now (grass will have a chance to  take root in the vicinity of the goal posts.  At _ suggestion toy Mayor Bill Swain that  the park (be closcd-off for onq.year, Thompson asked .Rodway "what would you say If  I say it Is closed for one year," Rodway  replied that he would be forced to go to  the press and the people. "In that case it  Is closed off until the end of September,"  retorted Thompson.  Aldcrmap Rodway cxpressicd the view  that as the parka Choltroan has seen fit toi  out the park oft, an alternative will have  to be sought, "I haven't *ecn any Improvement In the park in, four years and I  certainly do not ace two weeks, makinjg any  difference' now," be said.  Y .     , . ���' v..'   ...  './.'���' ���'.  Phoned Powell River  struck complications  PATIEHMCE of Times Editor Doug WhecJ-  er wavered slightly last week-end when  after dialing the phone number of the Powell 'River News an operator came on the  line asked what number he had dialed then  Informed him no such number existed.  Following a short discussion which took  on o note of mutual coolness, Wheeler ��pclt  out the name of the party bc was attempting to call, gave the phone number again  and casually asked Ithe operator where she  wm? He i_t jftlll getting over the nhock of  being told "Illinois".  .  .*  4  " ����� Y  ':.', % AAA.* _.. A. X V S * J*. VJl,��3|JII. 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Wito T*nv_'__��i ^__  "wirWg*  attached   garage;^ fqll ,fK.m ,tbe north east corner soi.  ��mfrSi?nS: &.��,.��& , fS^.kf'JS!? ����_?����? '2? , highi>as<*mept $18,900.'      x    ��fcj�� 466! _&_��uje,l_o feet east;  of Secret Cove^-^-., .        .  ,   TRAILERS       �� i       ?jff|Y  . .Take Notice that Albert Perry, 'CAjiPER type trailer, inter#0  Morro^ of 7145 ,Chff Rd., West      ^^y appoin\ed, sleeps _v_f��Yf'  Reasonable.    Phone    886-214$,  Roberts Creek.  FornViNoVlS  (Sectt-xCjB-)  ->i<  '   ��� '���    '"  *- J  north,  and,,-containing   three-  Lfar Ad-Briefc; not paid by  1985-33  lanesact  4. \f   S  ,f Intension tc  to Lease; Land  Vatacouveri occupation ��ales-__-  ministrator intends,to apply,for  ' _i lefcfe of the1 following described lands: [r  ,    '  Commencing at' a post planted approximately; 1000 feet east ��� HOME, wanted for 3 mos. _%$/  from, the north-east corner of      kittens,' part Persian. 886-96[  DX.. 4G0rihfence 100 feet east;    after 6 p.m  thence''300" feet south; Ihence  PETS  4;.'  COMING EVENTS  TWILIGHt THEATRE  GIBSONS  (air conditioned)  THUfc. ll/^Rl: 12/'  SAT. 13y MON. 15  Audrey Hepburb '  "WAIT UNTIL DARK"  ,  CARjPENTBR wori;, alterations,  carports,    etc.    885-2343    or  evenings 885-98*0. 1874^n  TOE fall danger trees, top trees  and remove  limbs.   Expert-.  ehced, insured and guaranteed  * jlvorfc:, Phohe 885-2109.     18^-tfo  cabinet   maker,  EWART McMYNN  REALTY- & INSURANCE  '  Nofdry.Public  Member  Vancouver Real Estate Board  Multiple Listing Service  IJBONE'��S6-2248  HANDYMAN    cabinet   maker,   mo ^w JLbtsf top side of Hwy  will do odd jobs. Reasonable.   dt tw^s seviair.  On eom-  ' R!EM_>IffiaiLED~2 * bedroom^  ,-  laupdry and< carport 2^li_50ff'  and$fO,80OY      "  ISO' wATmmom with binding. ; hbv& to, watt*.. $i7#ob  cash.   '- * .' v *   ,i  SEAVilJEW  deluxe  4 bedrboim*  home with revenue bouse.  R'E&ODELLED four bedroom  house in village. $16,_4���i. Tprms:  Homes���Lots���Acreage  Ph. 886-9902.  dt Hopkins 5G'xl30\  On com  766-tfn   mmfily watfer   $28oo cash for    Harry Gregory^885-9392  -; Fd��m No. 18  .(jSection 82)  I  I LAND ACT     r-  Notice of Jtilentiori to Apply  I       to Lease Land  .'* < apply fox _ lea����p�� the follow  - ^ihg "described iandi:   %  ���. 'Commencing afc-a-post plant-  u���    ^approximately-600 feat east  1 from the faorthreast corner of  D.L. 4G61, 'ihence 100,feet east;  thence'300 feet south; Jhertce  100 feet west; .thence 300 "feet  , north   ind   containing   three-  quarter  acres,  mote or less,  Ibr the purpose- of 'a summer  residence.  100 feet west;' thence 300 feet SEE and appreciate these tp��;.  north   and   containing*  three-      and small mmiaWre; poodte$-',  c|uarter dctijs,   more  or Jess, puppies, most colors, registered}*,,  for fhe'purifose^of'a 'summer and innoculated.  Also toy _n|i/{,  residence. . miniature poodles clipped ana "^  - *-aT**i_T,PP__v*M,_mROW   bathed ,fbr  only $5.   End qLf  *AI^ERT'PERRY^MlORBOW    porpoise  Bay   j^,   WeSt   (lessU-  Dated June p$l, 1968. than 2 miles from Sechelt). Ai **���  ^-8055-PpJb: WyiZ, M, 17, 24    ^ Ayres, Ph. 885-9797.     1952-4;:;  tiVESTOCIC -   , ,'Li;  GOSliH-GS,  " geescr,    4rab_its,^  - .(breeding, 'pet"and   meai),^  rabbit ?pelts.   E_#,wool  and'?^  lambs.  886-2617.      '-     8711-tfb''  ,     (Section 82) ,  LAND ACT  Kbticfe of ltatentioJn.to. Apply  " "* "to.LeaseJDand     4  LOST \ '>[!'  MAN'S prescription sun glas?^'   .  .lost -at,, Davis��� Bay5  Beaclir*v*  Monday,   July   Isti. :Hi lound  please phone 885-2802.     1988-31  TUES. 16, WED.  17,  THUR. 18  -    .    Raquel Weleb  THE BIGGEST BUNDLE  OF THEM ALL"  VERNON & SON  BULLDOZING   *  (formerly A. E. Ritchey)  Land Clearing with clearing    cash or $100 dn, $25 a month at  blade - Grading and  each or $3000 terms.  PIETY by one hundred view lot  at Granthams - with, well and  22'x 26" floor on concrete blocks  and wood posts. Full price $800  NEXT WEEK  JULT 19-"23  A FIST FULL OF  DOLLARS  JULY 24-27J  Walt Disney's  THE JUNGLE BOOK  COMING SOON  "THE PARTY"  "DARLING"  "IN THE HEAT OF THE  NIGHT" I  "BONNIE & CLYDE" 1  Conoe on in,  "It's Coolfer Inside"  1951-31  ANNOUNCEMENT*  Excavating.  Competent work, service  and satisfaction  guaranteed.  Phone 886-2887  1555-tfn  HELP WANTED  LIVE-IN baby  sitter, reliable.  Immediately.    Contact   Mrs.  Glass at Pender Harbour Hotel,  883-9817, leave message.  1 1873-tfn  COMPETENT   typist  required,  pay   roll   and   knowledge  of  general  bookkeeping an asset  Write Box 373, Sechelt, B.C.  1978-31  NEED   EXTRA   MONEY?  If you have 3 hours per day to  spare you can earn good income  with Avon Cosmetics. Three  representatives    required    for  $900.  2.3 ACRES on Hall Rd.   188.9'  front, well on, $2000 cash.  VILLAGE view lot for $1900,  65'x 135'. This is a bargain.  163 ft. WATERFRONT, sheltered moorage, fine beach; two-  suite Jicuse or 7-iotim, two bath-  rscm home for family. Driveway, garage, summerhouse,  landscaping and wide steps to  beach. Full price $36,000, $20,000  cash, or all cash.preferred.  FOUR-BEDRM.- home on Redrooffs Road: 2 lots nicely cleared, full view. Big rec. room,  fireplace, two-car garage, fully  H. B. GORDON &  KENNETT LTD.,,,  '  Sechelt, B.C.- i- _8S-20J31 -  .    6665-30  GIBSONS���  Fully serviced 2 bedroom,, part    scribed lands  ^n  Land  Recording   District"  of ^Vancouver and "situate end  of "Hassan Road, Francis Peninsula.  . Take notice-that Jmperial Oil  Ltd., of Vajttouver, occupation  oil company; intends Lt��' apply  for a lease of, the following de-    <   ', ut1 ';*_. $n.J����nd Recording District of  CHURCHILL DARRELL FRTTH^Taiiofcuver.rMdijtffeiate. 'No^i;', 1  '������ L"$J,���;'^' {.��'  Dated June 14th, 1568. iiatersecIfelt'Pei__sU_.).'-' * * irORr'$Af:_' //___  8723���Pub. Jun. 26, Jul. 3, 10,17  i_  basement home on beautifully  landscaped lot. No hitis" to contend with. JE*ull price $12,_06."  Ideal young' family hom&, on  view lot close to schools. Two  bedrooms plus den. Auto-oil  heating. Full price $11,500,  terms. ,   ~.  ROBERTS CREEK���  Five park like acres with creek.  Gently sloping to south.   Close  to golf course. Full price $7500.  DAVIS BAY���  Your choice of 2 fully serviced  view lots'close to" beach.   Full  modern throughout. A/oil heat,  el. H.W. $15,000 down on $26,500,    price $2,250!  an excellent price for this 2,000      N  SECRET!, COVE-^  sq. ft. heme.  1' ACRE view lot, overlooks  Islands and Straits. $5000,  terms.  FOR immediate ccupancy ������  Selma Park, 2 bedroom cottage,  fully furnished for $6500, terms.  Commencing at a post planted N.W. corner Lot 2, Block 50,  D.L. 1390, Group 1, N.W.D.  Plan 8566 thence N 10�� 11' E  + 330 feet; tbence East + 320  feet; 'thence S 30�� 00' W + 360  feet; thence Westerly + 200  feet and containing 1.8 acres,  more or less, for the purpose  of a marina.  C. WAGENAAR,  B.C.L.S. Agent.  Dated June 11th, 1968.  8722���Pub. Jun. 26, Jul. 3,10, 17  U*�� �� ���**���   -<"  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  MR. and Mrs. Charles Hyatt of    Sechelt; Roberts Creek; Wilson   �����  cash  bargains-$6000 on  ._��- __* /l-v 1_       v*._-��   ' " O An -���_.�����*_       nn_4"      MfTAA      _--1        M OVIllfl  Madeira Park, B.C., announce  the engagement of their daughter Sally Eileen to Victor  Dubois, son of Mr. and Mrs.  Len Dubois of Madeira Park,  B C. Marriage to take place  July 25th at 1 p.m in the Bethel  Baptist Church, Sechelt.  1976-31  j, ,   OBITUARY       1  WOOD���Passed away on July  2nd, 1968, Henry E. Wood of  Vancouver, formerly of Sechelt.  Survived by 1 daughter, Mrs. F.  Drakos of Vancouver; 2 sons,  G. O. Wood of Toronto, and N.  E. Wood of Vancouver; and  grandchildren and great grandchildren. Funeral service was  held on Saturday, July 6th;  from the Family Chapel of the  Harvey Funeral Home, Mr. V.  Robe officiated. Interment Sea  View Cemetery. 1992-31  CARD OF THANKS  I WOULD like to express my  thanks ami appreciation for  all Uic cards, letters and gifts  which 1 received during my  stay in St. Paul's Hospital.  Also my thanks to the nurses on  Pediatrics floor for all their.  kind attention. Sincerely. ���  Brian Rcld. 1990-31  WE wish to extend our sincere  thanks for lhe many kindnesses, cards of loving sympathy and donations to St.  Mary's Hospital In lieu of flow-  crs received from our many  friends and fraternal associations on the Peninsula during  our recent Joss of a dear  husband an<i father. ���Mrs. R.  J, Eades and family,       1503-31  PERSONAL  Creek-Selma Park. Phone Miss  Owens 731-8723 collect after 6  p m. for further details. No  obligation. 8717-32  PENDER HARBOUR  EVERGREENS  Madeira Park  Salal Pickers Wanted  Huck 34c Bunch  Salal 34c Bunch  Seaview and: $8500 on Marine  Drive in Gibsons. Exclusive.  IF YOU- want a really special  W.F. lot we suggest you see our  latest listing.  9 acres'with' 288 -feet highway  frontage. Ideal summer bome-  site dose to beach and boat  launching. Full price $4,600.  PENDER HARBOUR���  New,   waterfront   development  with   easy   access   off   paved  road. Fully serviced lots range  from $2,500 to $6,500.   Terms.  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT  SAKINAW LAKE���  Large,   newly   developed   lots    of Secret Cove,  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  In   Land Recording  District  Vancouver and situate vicinity  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District  of Vancouver and situate Secret  Cove and D.L. 4661 Group 1  N.W.D.  Take notice that Brian Thomas Humphrey 0$ North Vancouver, B.C., occupation draftsman, intends to apply for a  lease of the following described  lands:  Commencing at a post planted 400 ft. East of N.E. corner  Lot* -66.1 thence 100 ft. East;  thence 300 ft. South; thence 100  ft. West;; thence" 300 ft. North  and containing % acres, more  or less, [for the purpose of  summer nome site.  BRIAN THOMAS HUMPHREY  Dated June 9, 1968.  8718���Pub. Jun. 26, Jul. 3, 10, 17  Take notice fliat ilrs. -Ralean jy-   n"S   suits���it's - Morgans  Mdr Phillips, of 1170 Harwood 885-9330, Sechelt, B.C.  St.,   Van. %   B.C.,'1 occupation m        ,w                M-.aKB-b  . hausewife,l intepds - jto -apjdy, for -���~- ,  -V'le^ss' of $e ^pUow^fg ,de- ENGLAND'S  ' most   ;;popular  scribed'lands:-    ��Y , children's books.* Noddy, by  Commencing at a post plant- Enid  Blyton   on sale now at  ed on "Mon" Post Lot 6783 at The Times Bookstores, Secbdt  shoreline;   tbence   100'   West;    and Gibsons. W644fej  thence 570' North; thence 100' SPECIAL for saie. Large Easy  East; thence South to shoreline Read     Typewriter.     Almost  point   of   commencement   and new Cost over |30()# Now $17��  containing % acre, more or  less, for the purpose of summer  heme,  '     RALEAN MAR PHILLIPS  Dated June 22, 1968.  1982-Pub. July 10, 17, 24, 31  Phone  885-9654.  1017-tfe  BOOKS, bard to get. Then try  The Times Bookstores. Two  stores to' serve you; Gibsons  and Seehelt. An excellent  selection of fine books for all  tastes. 1468-tfn  HOOVER wash and spin dryer,  $150. New condition.  Leaving  area.   Phone 885-3360 or 2087.  '   8714-31  IS  ft. SAIL boat,  blue nylon  �� sails... Fast, and   vepy  sea-  JOHN Deer cat/good operating  condition., 885-2292.        8660-32  COMPLETE   set used   drums.  $175 cash. 886-2550.       1557-33  SIZE 14 winter coat (5' 2"), in  good   condition.   Reasonable.  Ph. 885-9765. 1989-31  E. McMynn  Do Wortman  J. Warn  886-2500  886-2393  886-2681  Box 238, Gibsons, B.C.  1996-31  Contact plant before picking  Located 1st house north Pender  Harbour Hotel 1  K.BUTLER REALTY  PENDER    HARBOUR:      Neat    office, 886-93(00.  with 72 to 100 feet frontage on  this beautiful six mile long  lake, with access by gazetted  road via Lee's Bay. Excellent  terms availabfe. Full price  $4,250.   _      , ���' 'Y  For these and other choice  properties on the Sunshine  Coast'contact Frank Lewis or  Morton    Mackay    at    Gibsons  Phone 883-2265  WANTED  modern 4 room cottage conveniently located, with a view of  inner harbor. All services. A  1449-tfn real Iittl0 8em, Only $17,500 on  attractive terms.  ONLY   $8500,    on   convenient  terms, 100' frontage on shelter-  FINLAY REALTY 1 LTD.  Gibsons and Burquitlam  1994-31  RESORTS  WILL    purchase    patches    of   c^ deep water. For details of OAiMFlERS, trailentes ��� Wake  standing  timber.   Phone 886-    these and many other fine buys ��P b* thc jea tii\<Mir. lovcly  2459.                               168Mfn    call DON TAIT in Pender liar- camp   ground.    Hot   showers,  ~    bour, 883-2284.                   ' etc.   also 7 modern units   fac-  ' ing the water. Daily or weekly  Take notice that Walter Dar-  rell Frith Jr., of 3050 Roseberry  Ave., West Vancouver, B.C.,  occupation manager, intends to  apply for a lease of the following, described lands:  Conimfencing at a post planted approxihiately 800 feet east  from the'nbrth' east corner of  D.L. 4^ feence 100 feet east;  thence' 300 feet south; thence  10O feet'west; thence 300 feet  north and containing three-  quarter acres, more or less,  for the'purpose of a summer  residence.  WALTER DARRELL FRITH Jr.  Dated June 14th, 1968.  8725���Pub. Jun. 26, Jul. 3, 10, 17  Form No. 18  (Section 82)  LAN�� ACT  Notice of Mention to App^y  to Lease (Land  In Land Recording District  Vancouverr and  situate Sechelt  Inlet.  Take   notice    that   Tuwanek  Development Ltd., of Vancou-  Form No. 18  .   (Section 82) *" "*  LAND ACT  - Notice of Intentiqn to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District  Vancouver and situate vicinity  of Secret Cove.  Take    notice    that   Kristina   Kallberg Fritb of 7115 Boundary used electric range (Moffat)  Road, Vancouver, B.C., occupa- Deluxe, $69.95; used wringer  tion housewife, intends to apply washers, $15.95 to $49.95, all  for a lease of .the following de- working order; Enterprise An-  scribed lands: nex heater  (like Hew), $89.95;  Commencing at a post plant- TV's, consoles and .portables,  ed approximately 700 feet east $49 95 to $189.95. Parker's Hard-  from the north east comer of ware, 885-2171, Sechelt, B.C.  D,L. 466jt tbence 100 feet east;  thence 300 feet south; thence  100 feet west; thence 300 feet  north and containing three-  quarter acres, more or less,  fdr'the purpose of a summer  residence.  KRISTINA KALLBERG FRITH  Dated June 14th, 1*">8-  1954-31  OLDER   niodel   fridge   wiih  small freezer area, $25.   47  Marine Drive, Gxanthaips.  ' Y-' ' 2000-31  CATERPILLAR     tfactor     <��o  blade) runs good, $700. Fargo  pick-up,'$200.   24 Weil Pelton  ver, occupation land developers    fl724__pub. Jun. 26, Jul. 3, 10, 17    wheel, 2  kilo watt  generator,  MOTORCYCLE;  650 cc.    Must  be English make, 886-2550.  1558-33  RE: Eslate(of WILLIAM ALEX  ROBERTS CRF.EK: Enjoy the    ^tcsTBoXVwTm/flslI or jus't    ANDER YOUNGSON, Patient  summer   in   this   fine   family   ' ]oa(  at  lM|sslon   Point   Motel.  USED    refrigerators,    clectriti  ranges, oil stoves, as trade-  ins   while   trade-in   allowances    largo glassed |n sleeping porch.  beach level home where mother,  can keep an eye on the little  ones. 4 comfortable rooms plus  Phone 885-9665.  1875-tfn  LEGAL   NOTICES  Small gupst eabln, etc. Furnish-",  ed ready to move into. $14,500. ,  EXCELLENT holding property.  32 ac. with sizeable hwy. frontage. Low down payment on  $17,000 F.P. ,  HALL foi   rent,  fallson Crcch    GENTRY sloped 15 ac. in good  are  highest  at  Parkers Hardr  ware, 885-2171, Sccheltj B.C.  1955-31  FOR RENT  Community Hall. Contact Mr.  Glen Phillips. 885-2183.  1095-tfn  MODERN     electric      cottage,  Davis   Bay,   $50   per   week.  885-9740. 8707-31  , _ j . U ���-_.  HOUSjE   for   rent   at   Roberts  Creek,   conveniently   located.  885-2002. 8671-30  Try  location for developing,  your offer on $11,500.  GIBSONS: Owner anxious to  sell. Neat 4 room cottage In,  rural location, good water oup-  ply. Minor finl��hing required.  Only $7000,  ATTRACTIVE     two     bedroom  waterfront   homo  In  park like   ; "���" setting. Approx, 1 ac. with 100'  CMiRDEN Bay, waterfront, new    froni)aKe,   To   nefl   li   to   buy.  AIXXHIOLICS Anonymous. P.O.  Box 294, Scchcll, 1J.C.   Phono  SKG-9876. OCU-tfn  COPIES OF' PHOTOS  APPEARING IN  THE TIMES  may foe obtained promptly  5x7 ,SIZE,  1.25 EACH  6 (same subject) .... 1,00 each  12 (name (subject) ...   .ty) each  8x10 SIZK, 2.00 EACH  6 (firtnio nubject) ... 1.50 each  12 (same subject) _.. 1.25 each  LEAVE YOUR ORDER  AT THE TIMES  2 bedroom home, mahogany  panelled living room, fireplace,  electric heat, hoi water and  stove. Secluded location, only  minuteg from store nnd swimming beach. Al IJoyd, 883-0253.  BT_>8-32   r.,  NI.W   2   toolroom   home,   full  baKcment,    double    fireplace,  Cower   Point    Road,    Gibson;.,  $1.15 month, 880-9513, 1953-32  2 BEDROOM house acmni from  Post   Office,   Huberts   ("reek,  Vm, Phsmv 8H0-2395. 19".K)'31  COTrAGE for rent, (suitable one  or two, very reasonable.   At  Tllllcum Bay. A8S-219I.     1991-33  Living room features wood  paneling and stone, fireplace,  opens to modern kitchen, and  dining room. Drop in ami let us  show you this very desirable  home.  COMPACT 3 room cottage on  fine view lot convenient to  ���shops, beach ete. Only $(M0O.  Consideration for rash.  HOPKINS: Nicely wooded view  lot. Only $1800 P.P.  K. Duller 886-2000  Ron. McSavaney   886-9656  Ed. Butler 886-2000  Don. Tait 883-2284  199V31  Form No. 18  ,-,,     (Section 82)  LAND ACT  Notice of intention to Apply  to Lease Land  In Land Recording District of  Vancouver and situate approx.  900 ft. east of Kgmont Point,  100 ft. west of L7285A on Sechelt Inlot.  Take notice that Richard An-  tonenko of 12.W2 Centre Dr.,  North Surrey, B.C., occupation  dispatcher, intends to apply for  a lease of the following'described lands:  CommcnclnR at a post plant-  ed 900 ft. east of Kginont Point,  100 ft. west of L7285A; thence  300 ft. north; tbence 100 ft.  west; thence 300 ft, nouth;  tlienre 100 ft., east and contain-  Ins 0.7 acres, more or less, for  tht! purpose of nummer home,  site.  RICH All I) ANTON ENKO  Daited June 18, 1908. ,  I.9U3_.puh. July 10, 17, 24, 31  This office la administering  the estate of Uie above-named  person arid accordingly wc offer d^j^���  for ��aio the following property  owned Jointly tyy the patient  and Jessie Ann Voungson, hi$  wife. '.' '.'���"'  Municipality of Secbelt, Block  5, except Parcel "A" (Reference Plan 2917), District Lot  1331, Croup 1, New Westminster  District, Plan 6223, being on  Tliorncliffo Road (north side of  Elementary School, Sechelt).  11MW Taxes (gross) ... $ 155,81,  iocs Assessments���  General Land .���..'; $1,500,00  Improvements   _���.. $2,080.00  This property will be oj>cn  for inspection on Thursday, July  11, 1008 from the hours of 10; 00  a.m. to 4;0d p.m. Persons are  Invited',to submit offers Iro caMi  or on terms for purchase of this  property to the tinderaigned not  later than Wednesday, July 18,  intends to apply for a lease of  the following described lands:  Commencing at a post planted at southeast corner of D.L.  3259 thence north 1200 ft.;  thence oast 800 ft,; thence  south 1200 ft.; thence west 100  ft. Intersecting Jackson's Bros.  Road; thence west to southeast  corner of D.L. 3250 arid con-,  taining 22 acres, riidre or less,  for the  purpose of land sub-  CARS and TRUCKS  1557 INTERNATIONAL  Vt ton  pickup,   $325    cash.     Phone  885-9513 after 6 p.m.        8678-32  1059 G.M.C,  % ton pick-up,  4  speed transriilsslori, long box  w|th   canopy,   good   condition.  Phone 885-9494.  , 8654-33  TUWANEK  DEVEL^PafENT-,  r Per N. A. Petersen.  Dated June 14th, 1968.        (  8059���Pub. July 3, 10, 17, 24  $100.  Ten 10 inch x 3 ft. concrete pipes, $30. Photic 883-259*2.  .1979-31  McCLARY automatic defrost  refrigerator; Fleetwood deluxe combination set, television,  FM-AM radio, 3spcicd phonograph, in walnut cabinet; Wcb-  cor /tape recorder with micro-  phono; Bell 6c Howell slide  projector; black and white  tweed carpet, 9'xl2* with underlay; walnut step table; green  love   seat���'  rust   upholstered,  1953   CHEV.   sedan   delivery,  ,,. Condition excellent.   Will sell  n^ ^mL10"Zd^mln 8Un*  swivel rocWng chair;   kitchen  liar  condltloni,   880-2K532, 4���m^ _^i k.._.^.iu.��i.'�� .,kn_.��  8C52-tfn  Form N9- 18  1        (Section 82)   I^VND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land "  In Land Recording District ot  1954 WILLYS Jeep sedan. $190  j   or offers. Phone after 0 p.m,  885-2266.   ,/ .     1998-31  ���58 VAUXIIALL,  four door, in  good condition. $200 or trade  for boat.. 886-9349. 1983-33  15 ft, CLINKER built boat, 25  hp Scott oirtboard  with controls.  Good condition; 885-9681.  ' " 1757-tfn  V;nc= 'am. sii,mte' vicinity    TW? M^,tfyw��W boat-,JW  1968., Sale shall lie after inspection and no representations  are made with respect to the  condition of or title to the property. Neither the highest offer  nor any after will necessarily  be accepted, and no offer under  $19,000.00 will be considered.  Dennis Richard Slwppard,  Public Tni��:��e,  635 Rurrard Street,  VANCOUVER 1, 1J.C.  (Phono 6816311)  HWJir-PiAk July 10, 19C8  of Trail Bay. :  Take notice that Claude Savon! of Vancouver, occupation  seaman, intends to apply for a  lease of tho following described  lands: ,���  Commencing at a post planted 660' East of South East  corner of D.L. J379 thence 330'  East; thenee 660' North; thence  330" West; thence 660" South nnd  containing 3 acres, mmre'or  less, for thc purpose of permanent  homesite.  CLAUDE SAVARD  Dated Jline 19, 1968.  SK&l-YPwb. July 3, 30, 17, Z*  each or with 5'__ hp Evlnrudcs  $250! Phoiio 885-2007.       1927-tfn  12-ft. IHSAVV fiVregTass boat;  3.6 hp BrlRgs and. Stratton  motor, ideal for trolling; 5-ft.  beam, steering wheel. $��28,  886-2665.' 1556-32  FOR ���ale, 8 ft. skiff with oars,  as new, Fhorw. 886-7209.  8675-31  w^oii_Ni_ffii^^  16" sail boat, $325.  Phone 885-  2087. fl669-32  90 hp    INBOARD,    ��ki     Iwat,  mahogany .leeks, cello finish  Jikte*. $700. 880-2039. 1562 31  table and four chairs; i yellow  wooden cftaira; bodiooni suite  (with bookease headboard arid  double bed); and yariou_ other '  household furniture and effects,  Phone Wilson 886:7494f     1977-31  , ..Mawne accessories  , Palnt-^FJbrcglass���Rope���-  Canvaa-rUoat. Hardware  Compressed air service for  ,     sldndivera air tanks.  Skindivers available for  .    salvago work.  WALT NYGREN SALES  LTD.  Phone 886-9303, Gibsons, B.C.  1308-tfn  Get Your  OFFICE SUPPLIES  at  at The .imes  -ty  i  l  1  z  0.  y;  ,1.  %  ik  ���&  % 1  P  I. J-  it  s.  &'���  ;  A  1 ^.i*.rf*f-.(_���. -"*��*  I  ��� ��i .<#../"���-����� ����---  .��� .m it*.   _. ni, ^���^ fr., d-.,.-iv,,*'.. *1,..*'^.,-^~'^.1''1',.'^.J*,���W>-/'*"J!," ..A|Jm��.**���*'��.*      ��..*��  A  ** **. ty fr^p.^fi ,*��� ���ft.^��>. ^t. j*^**,.*, i^^A^*^^t^^r^><^^^i^4M^^^ti^-^^ t*"  ft" ft*'**-  _ ^ ^ ^*�� jtt^ Jl^ -f^,^4 fr*ty   *l ^  .�� 4* Ju  \ *     *    ,     i   *&- ���"*   ^i       ���*���**<*,**vA Y.^"    t    vi       ^  -�� i'.  vC-YlYY'  ?>*>,,-r7<, y.f*,i  Roberts Creek School  ��� ���.*-*- * j^*-_"  '? f  Y--1 ������  __:*_..-_       ' '  ?>,!'     Y'  "  y ~-   secftracr. &��pgcig�� ��ate fa�� ,,.'  ���This free reminder of comingLevenfs fo o service of SECHELT AGENCIES   '  - & ?�� P��.one ^insula Times.direct fojr free listings/specifying "Date /  - *-l     ���. Please-notp that $P��_. Is limited orjd $omp advance f dates may  *   hove to wait thetr tiirn; al$o -that thi* is o '-'reminder" listing only ond   ,  ' , cannot olwoys carry full .details!       \  /  ,y'      ~ y.         -     ��  ,                 . j J  8ggBH--WliPHMIIHM^  -July 13���3 p.m. Garden Bay Floats. Bake'Sale In aid'of St. M_ry.s   -  Hospital Auxiliary.     ���- " r . "*  July 19���2-4 p.m. W.|. Cottage, Gibsons.'Slimmer1"Bazaar and Straw-   ��� berry-Tea.  ; 1 * --" -    "  9�� ��  July 20���8 p.m. C.VV,L. Sechelt. Annual bingo and raffle,-Sechelt Legion  Holl. * , ��� t     - .  July 15-VA bake sale of Garden Bay floats. '     '  July 26���2 pfm.A.C,W. of S_ Aidon's Church, Rpiberr" Creek. Sale and  Garden Party.  July 27���2 p.m. Country Fair, Coopers Green, Redrooffs.,  July 27���10 a.m.-4 pm. Sechelt Girl "Guide Assn. Book Sale. Outside  H. B. Gordon & Kennett Office.  Aug. 2���2 to 4 p.m. St. Bartholomew's A.C.W. Raspberry Tea on Parish  grounds.  ASK FOR FREE CATALOGUE OF PROPERTY  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCES  Multiple Listing Service  Vancouver Real Estate  Board  .. ass    ,.,.,,,     .  /ROBlJBflJS' Creek School'4|$B. Its J&nai  /,  "assembly-of th^yeat.on Thut$iayt\Jwne'  \ 27 >lth/_ie foUotvlng stqde��t�� ouablying  . '' i tot awards: Y.    '      (   '.'        N."  '   *  ,   . ,.' parents' Auxiliary Sports plaquesTeresa  " luoit <S��spi<fos), MifeetGF,eepe {<R&tti*rs).  Inter ..ouse^ games: Taranttdas, ^captain-'  ed .by I4nda Day and Johnny'Ifyatey..  ' Muriel ''Ball Arts Plafluer Haida Carr ,  p; -   witb honorable (mention io Nina Christmas. -  "    _   Librarian   Pins;   IMbra IMra,   Gail*  , Bland,' David homager,, Chrisfel Gefoting.  librarian .Pin an_ Com_iendation:,Jfa-et  Malcolm- l        . ,     _  -     \   ^ �� i  Citizenship Crests: Diy,  1, David, Almond, Carol Blom'gren, ^oanTTJlomgren,  Joyden  Carr,  Dayid Fromager,  Christel.  Crebring, Janet (MaeLean, Valeria .Simmons j  Div. 3,   Matthew Ballr Colleen   Connor,   i  Rob2rt Bulger;  Div: A, Sally  McKinnon,   I  G-ary   Guelph;   Div.  5,  Tracy   Hairsine,   f  DeJbra 'MadLean. '       ' |  Awards to students in Div: 2showirtg   |  the greatest improvement in reading skills   ��  went to Terry Blcmgren, Nina Christmas,   f-^   Jean Hansen and Johnny' Phare,  Awards of pins, crests'and book awards  " were made possible through tbe efforts of  the Parents' Auxiliary and as Principal  Malcolm Maetavish remarks, "without the  hard work of this small igroup of ^parents,  our annual prize, giving would be a dreary  affair."  j.   '  Y  "h  1    s,  1.1  f I.  &.  ;v  'u   ;J.   ... , ittl-flr^j._fl��5* Mil?      ^iS70 ^  "-~~T  _ ^* *  a  __. ���*  ~1V:,.  .-4$    - ���'  * ���  j_* *  Golfer   to   golfer: ( "Speaking   of  the  credibility gap���what's your handicap?"  Sechelt 885-2161  24 HOURS  Gibsons 886-7015  St. John's United Church  Wilson Creek, B.C.  Sunday School���9:45 a.m.  Divine Worship���11:15 o.m.  Led bv Miss H, E. Campbell'  Except on 2nd Sunday each monm  Family Service���11:15 a.m.  Divine Service���3:30 p.m.  Led by Rev. W. M. Cameron  tor further information  .      Phone 885-9744  -   -^- -   - ���"���*"�����, _-j��*1 ���Clo   ��    - f ���   "*' _____     .   ��� "_i ���**PTr fr t' ���     *ij.t> *   j*-���_���_.'    . rf. }��_���  titvr' J5?^y .���___��� _ ���  Celebration  While crowds thronged Dougal Park   nial wading pool was 'the  coolest   tennial project which wiH be well  for   July   1st   celebrations,   happy   spot. Already the pool has proved a   used,  youngsters decided that the Centen-   tremendous success and is one cen-  CRANK E. DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Bal Block - Gibsons  Every Wednesday  886-2248  TASELLA SHOPP  Ladies' - Men's - Children's Wear  Yard Goods - Bedding - Linens  Diol 885-9331 - Sechelt- B.C.  BRIAN'S DRIVE-IN  fhe Brightest Spot on the {Highway  Opposite the High School - Gibsons  For Take Out Orders Phone 886-2433  Telephone 886-2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  pottery, Supplies, classes & firing  dealer 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 \Vork.  Screened Cement Gravel - Fill and Rood Gravel  Phone 885-9666 - Box 172 - Sechelt  AAADEIRA MARINA  Madeira Park, B.C.  four OMC Service Centre - Peninsula Evinrude  Dealer - Cabins - Trailers & Hook-up -Camp  Sites - Trailer Court - Launching Ramp  Phone 883-2266  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE  AND CABINET SHOP  Cu.tom cabinetry for home and office  Kitchen Specialists  R, Birfcfn, Beach Ave, Roberta Creek  Phono 886-2551  For Your Fuel Supplies  Donny Wheelor  Your  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  886-9663 - Hopkins Landing  GIBSONS HARDWARE LTD.  Your Marshall Wells  Dealership.  Phono 886-2442 - Gibsons, B.C.  PENINSULA CLEANERS  1521 Gower Pr. Road  886-2200 Gibsons  FOR YOUR FAMILY DRY CLEANING NEEDS  HOWE SOUND 5-10-15c STORE  1589 Marino - Gibsons - 886-9852  Everything from Needles to  School Supplies  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving & Storage  Phono 886-2664    ,      R.R. 1 Gibsons  John Hind-Smith  REFRIGERATION  PORT MELLON  TO PENDER HARBOUR  Phone 886-2231  from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Res. 886-9949  Scows ��� Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving & Log Towing  L. HIGGS J  Phone 885-9425  THE TOGGERY  Ladies' and Children's Wear'  Open six days a week  Phone 885-2063  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  i ]  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.  1       Diol 886-2808  When You Need Building Supplies  Give ,Us A Call.  FREE ESTIAAATES  BOAT OWNERS  Consult Copt. W. Y. Higgs  Box 339, Gibsons, B.C. ��� 886-9546  Re INSURANCE CLAIMS  or   BOAT SALES  PENINSULA SEPTIC TANK  SERVICE  Prompt - Effective - On The Spot  Service.  Coll 886-9533 or 886-7071 after  5:30 p,m.  Fully Insured  Bernina & Omega  Sales, Parts, Service  IS-D  (5 "if  Commercial Printing  SEE  e limes  UNSHINE  EWING  ERVICE  FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION  REPAIRS AND SERVICE ON ALL MAKES  Mrs. Mono Havles - 885-9740  WIGARD'S SEWING CENTRE  Authorized  Singer Sewing Machine Dealer  Cowrlo St. - Sechelt - Ph. 885-9345  McPHEDRAN ELECTRIC LTD.  Residential - Commerciul  Industrial Wiring  , Electric Healing Specialists  Gibsons 886-9689  Serving Port Mellon to Pender Harbour  At tho Slpn of Ihe Chorion  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop ��� Arc and Acty Woldlnt  Steel Fabricating ��� Marino Woy��  Automotive and Marino Repalrs  . i . Standard Marina Station  Phone 886-7721       Res. 686-9956, 886-9326*  C & S SALES  SECHELT, B.C.  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE   '  HOME FURNISHINGS  Phone 885-9713   1  Phone 885-2818  NITA'S BEAUTY SALON  Open in the Richter Block  Sechelt, B.C.'  PERMANENT WAVES ��� TINTS  HAIR CUT ��� STYLING ��� SHAPING  9 a.m. to 5 p.n_ Tuesday-Saturday  BELAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  REUPHOLSTERING - RESTYLING  CUSTOM DESIGNED FURNITURE  DRAPERIES  Phone 986-2873 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  Tailored Suits   by Drapeshire  Work and Dress Clothing      '  Accessories - Jewelry  Watch Repairs - Timex Watches  MARINE MEN'S WEAR  1585 Marine - Phone 886-2116  u i ii      i ii  n      i       i    . i        * i  ��� ���  READY-MIX CONCRETE AND  BUILDING SUPPLIES  i  Your One Stop Building Store  For All Your Building Needs  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  1653 Seaview - Phone 886-2642  EXCAVATIONS  Foundations - trees removed ,  Clearing and Road Building -  Gravel, Navvy & Fill  A SIMPE.INS���885-2132  BRICKLAYING  ��   ���"��� ��������� I ���_������__��� __��������������� I       I        |      H !������ I.IIHIIHI ������������������IIM        ���.���_��� ���  GIBSON GIRL BEAUTY SALON  Gibsons Village  experts at cuts, coiffs and colour  Custom Porms ,��� Phone 886-2120  (CLOSED MONDAY)  n  "SU.  t^'^JL  %_ti_Ol_i!��__^.r^  ��  *i_tS       -tST *4f   __?^I___5*W, **i��__ "* �����*      s. ^  ft  i_3___3* *"**'  ���sir ���_.' IB^ *iar&  S��43>- }ffi___rt������pW*i-&# ��� :  ��=������w____i��?���  Basement explosion  Pipe and Drum  -.    Seaforth   Highlanders   of   Canada,  Pipes and Drums makes the parade  T.ncT..I_ili��7QC irmitli route  seem much shorter for the  llUdpllall^qd jUUill uttie people who undertake ihe long  ONE YOUTH is in hospital and a number trek from the Shopping Plaza to fl_e  of others are fortunate to have escaped park.   Pipe Mayor James Lang led  injury following an explosion in rthe base- Jeten pipers and drummers in the  ment of a Roberts Creek home last week- Gibsons July 1st parade. ^  end. =-  The injured teenager, Richard Allan  Niall, lost four fingers and part of his  thumb from his left hand while experimenting with explosive ingredients. Six companions were unhurt.  RCMP investigating the incident report  no charges will be laid but state the group  was lucky to have escaped so lightly.  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  SERVICE: SECHELT  Sunday School ���10:00 a.m.  Church ienieo ��� 11:15 a.m.  REV. A. WILLIS, PASTOR  You are invited to attend any or each service  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  '        (Undenominational)  Sunday School 10:00 a.m.  Church Service 11:15 o.m.  Evening Service 7:30 p.m.  PASTOR REV. S. CASSEU.S  Davit Day Road and Arbutus  (2 blocks up from Highway)  ANGLICAN CHURCH  SAINT HILDA'S���SECHELT  9:30 a.m. -very Sunday  GARDEN BAY ��� 11:30 a.m.  Juno 30, July 7, 21, Aug. 4, 18  REDROOFFS ���11:00 a.m.  June 23, July 14,28, Aug. 11,25  EGMONT ��� 3:00 p.m.  June 30, July 21, Aug. 4, 18  For Information phono 885-9793  THIS VITAL  YOUNG  RELIGION  Ihmro aro Direo nDIIon people  around the world today who bo-  Hsv4 that the unification of manldnd  b the wBI of God for our aao. They  cpH thpmieUpt Baha'ls.  Peifiopt Baha*l b what yon aro  looking tor.  Bahai'a of Sunshine Coaeff  EDNA M- FOOTE  885-2088, Sechelr, B.C.  Phono 885-2062  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS  APPLIANCES ��� ELECTRIC HEAT  Phono 885-2062  ROY & WAGENAAR  B.C. Land Surveyor-  Marine 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 OLASTING  FREE ESTIMATES  FRED DONLEY  PctwJer Harfeeur > SS3-2403  f     x  X       It''   "  ������"-ii'  I x 1 Iim Cau��*  Costs onc-fiftlilcss-tliafs what!  Yes, Sunday long distance calls cost around 20% less  llu>n on weekdays ��� with a maximum charge of only  S1.95 for n three minute, slalioiHo-sUition call anywhere  in'dnada. You'll find it particularly convenient In surmounting tho time diflcrcnlinl between East and West.  The ramo miuctions apply weekdays after 6 p.m. So wh>  txolhcr to write, especially on lazy Sunday?   ,  t __^"__. 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_ •! may 6e wrong, fatf / shall not be So wrong as to fail to say what t believe to be right
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I      Y *'' DotiGUs G^#e-eW!EA^;^ SijBWAttTlB. Amino, Publisher '
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for Better SaS^SSmS^^^ <$t«>n£ voice which "sail ?s$«-__i-- tf_> o
an editorial which suggested fbfr'tngffl- -#&•" -7-Y- '* ' \" .' ' '* ,' . v
-ization had accomplished- it^Y initial, l^o Auch-iii^soin^ny-respects ha.
object, that of (.entering attention^ugott' -j,^ ^ic^ed to:pass by,ari apatheti-
the fact that all was ijot well Wth oujy public > .birf nt last the mouse has lurped
educational system'- We therefore felt and Action'has resulted. Rather than
that in light of subsequent changes attack ti1i_7organization in order lo
brought' about by the school board, n % appease those from whom revenue is
truce should be called in order that the sometimes derived we offer heartiest
board might be given an opportunity to   applause.''-'
""TbTSf'in »o way intended as' i/ ^'little prophet, who cummd
reflecSon on the motives of fhe orgari- merchants in order to make jM.«d
•   JZT, tY. iw  « «.« nn'mtwi nut it   sure they would not cut off their bus-
Sit IbtfK %JSX : gn,u^ which is ^tally concerned^*
■3 *> M_r fi "W. Si***- *_     ' A
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Sored £ J£po_t_H_^ M*.  *»** by no means a desirable educa- v " ,        \ . *    .; y;  Hafc* angler   .. -     . ;-*    ,   '„■'     ' '
on ihe North Shore when so much was   ^mi system. Reapns for his tirade are   Another happy, fisherman catching   herring,' Iteve hobked onto tins nice
Ull   Wb   «»"»   """"'        _      * .... __.«?/»■_.    tr.  pnmM-ahanH     Inif   if   _v_lllr_.il.*       *_ _ _   _«• i _■•*_. _T ■_ _.-*__._. -__, _____       <         A..4 ______ »__     .__._______«_ l ., i. _.jl        	
BoaS irfAe^S and _nVuc¥ occasion ' Trusty. If such b the case then ^
that more is warranted, 'more will be ethics'leave a great deal to be deseed
harided out. Itf the" nieaiitirhe m sin-^ but to-give-the Trustees credit, while
cereirbeheVe the Board is striving to they obviously do not approve of our
SVm^y'past.mistakesrandrttere. va-anam they are sufficiently
fore feel they should be given a chance. . .£«£»_*£, Jo appelate the fact it
Halfrnoon Bay Happenings
»—l»y Mory |Tinkley
e teei they snouio oe givai u _u-uw_. .--irr--7^-7;-, ;- -*-»:---     , _ .-        v      . . ^   ,       . . t »    r-_  # 1-7 #
However, this does not ,m any. way   ^Sx™*2 SXSSfal! with" AJmUAU ^enerk^tmg'of the owneri of * -with husband Ealph Smart and their chil-
suggest The Times has .been bought by   JJJSmXi,IK.Sm h^nSS o^urred       •«» Redroof^r Waterworks District was  '^« n„Ha ^ ^r^m^ »„a .» fH^ «M
the Board of School Trustees or'ally    dravvmg their custom has never occurreo. heU ^.^ oj^,^^,,>cottage at Bed.
individual member.   We too derive a We therefore congratulate the Uti- rooffe jtme; 30,, with >C. J] Ercdericksan
certain income from the school district zens Organization for a welcome con- m $& 0^^
but as an ethical new* media we are tribution   to   a   serious   problem   and       secretary-Manager, C. 3. A. Dalton, in
in no way influenced' by this fact" as certainly   hope   derogatory   comments bis repdst .on jj^ candition of the water-
past events have made very clear. Nor made  elsewhere  will  not deter  them works ^^ that owing to a. number of
are we influenced by the citizens organ- from their aims. We also commend the factatts, inc^iiding- considerable- improve-
ization or any individual member, >iit Soard   of  School   Trustees   for   their meiite at the intake, lhe if taction, of _                               x^anou,™ mjss uasey
we do support this group in tbat at lorig endeavor to improve the system to the mm pun^^d ^ .mtf ^n«   Sta_J a S^t _?Z Sya^SlSa
last a body of responsible people.has best of their ability. ^T^fro! SJS He^Sex^    Hospital/
an  increase  in  taxes might  be recommended., by the Trustees next year.   '  '
Mr. Bruce, Robinson, financial adviser
WITHOUT entering into a lengthy dis-   we hope a little intelligence will at last   arai auditor to the District, said that in
cussion on the rights and wrongs of   show through. spite of the bank loan, he considered the
.* *     -___*___.      % ,*_._:_____.    __■ -_■_.     •.___._.	
dren Linda and Norman -and a. friend, Mrs.
*D. Suer.
'    Mrs. Vera Sallis is home after a visit
to jaer sister, Mrs. W. H. Fisher at Everett,
.. Washington.
Mrs.  Ruby Warne was , in - Vancouver
recently to attend the graduation of her
- niece,  Darlene Casey of Trail from the
School of Medical Technology. Miss Casey
Around Gibsons
TIM TRUEMAN son of 'Mr  and Mrs   A.
S. Truman who has been a student at
Vancouver City College attained honor
standing in each of the four semesters that
he attended. In recognition of his achievement he has received the pages from the
-«.4r,pooks containing ihe honor foil bhOw-
ing hJUuhame ^therein.C ,• _ Y »- /,
Mr& 'K. Baiba was hostess when She
entertained *>t   a"NiniscelIihfcoiis 'hridW
showed "    ' "	
s.tr6aimers overhead'the guest of honor iyas
presented "with inany lovely gifts contained
in a large ii>reitoy,3tkihMiied box'. Present
were-<Mrs. Htfghes, Mi-s.J Itoser," Karen
Karateew, Karen and Belinda <3iihb? iHelga
Connor,-Iiuda PrM,.Audrey Waterhbuse,
I4pda IMeKinnpU/Judy Higgs, Tina, Both-
well. Mrs. Kuoii, "Carol Boser, Diaphe and
Katny tUsher, Barbara" Jaeger^ Mrs. Baha
and Debbie, *fean Baha, IMarney Jepson,
Mrs. t-^Fliimer-elt, and Arlene Baha. k
'. Unable to attend 4>iit sending gifts'were
Mrs, Waterhouse, Marilyn Robinson, Nanette Eldred and H. Bosei..   - ~^
Delicious refreshments were served including a tastefully "decorated shower cake.
VISITORS  . VY*   *  >   ,",»      .   -Y
Visiting Bill and Jessie Barter on
Shelter Islajid is their daughter Mrs.
Beatty Smith, Shauneen *and,Bill from San-
Deigo, and also .Mrs.' Barter's 'sister Betty
and her husband' Ciaude Wright fronu
Huntingdon Beach, California.     ^
Recent visitor with 'Mr. and 'Mrs, D. J.
Andow was their daughter Nora from
Vancouver. , r
" Born to OEdwin and Velm- Rhodes on
June 25tii atlSt. Mary's ^Hospital, a daughter of 6 Shs. 14 oz. '
Recent ^uejst of ,iMrs. Gladys -Armour
was Mrs. Osborne from Vancouver.
BillSkellet who has been' working at
Loughborrough1 Inlet for the" past three
months visited his family recently and has
noiw "gone Wc]e to his job
Mr and Mts <M AlacFarlane of Smith
Road have a grandson and grand-daughter
from Vancouver holidaying with them.
Mr and Mrs. Gordon Ricfhards have
been entertaining house guests Mt. and
Mra Fred Saxton from Part Coquitiam
At the home of Mr. and krs   Russell
H.in1r    Pmnt   Rna«.     .nTiin..ur   tinrl   _.qilfrh
|er (Mr., abd Mr& Davies and faanily frojn'>,J .
AlbeHa ar^ bolidayiitg,'» JY -,     \ ,    Y,J ^
"i "J_r.^ and Mrs. Allan Cobbin and .faimily^ - n
LPtJS   Sth SS2 iStlS   on .(Lower iRoad enjoyed «a visit fifota Mr/^ \
I Boser,   With wedding bells„and   CoWn:s tother ^^ itQm Oregon.     , !,   '
*  'Visiting*David and Lola Peterson is .he \ iY
latterVwolh<MY<Mrs:JTwigger> from Van- .'
couver. ',   \   >< ~
- Mrs. Betty Tetu) ifrom (Hammond is. on ^
vacttbri'at the home 4 of her parents "Mr. -■
and Mrs. John Corleifr     ' 1      -   >:
Don't   lorgett -the" Women'5   Institute _-,.
Summer Bazaar and Strawberry Tea July,    .
19th froin 84 p.m. at the W.I. Cottage,
Fletcher <Road. 'There will be sewing, bak-   r
ing, books and white elephants. Do a Utile   '
Christmas shopping in'July! t   |
Mrs. <5ordon W. Richards, president of    v
^he Gibsons Hospital Auxiliary, speaking
' ari,theiast meeting before -sumaner recess,
. ^.inked * members   for  co-operation   and >
help in the past and hoped to see them in
the. Fall when regular (meetings will be '
resumed.  She'^also expressed gratitude to
all who had given and worked to make the* '
thrift-hop a success.
„Mrs. Pat Murphy will be flying back to
Canada from Dublin this month with
Sheila, Louise and Stephanie. Her mother,
Mrs. Stephen Keyes is now home from
hospital, much improved in health. The
Murphy family wilt visit friends in Edmonton before returning home.
oresent^daf liquor' laws are both out- by , countries  adopting a rather^ more ^^ ?nfl. w?ue ffl^16 roJ*?5lT^. Vacationing at Duck Rock Beach are
SnS5\«3 I1.X™. «rnarvwive outlook ^>une fellows have was ^Proving all ithe tone. He felt that the Bill Sexton and Roliert Paige families,
dated and ludicrous.             , jrogr^essive outlook. You^ f ^ J^ with a reasonable trouble free period, fa- Bill Sexton, who always.seems to know
This, of course, might well be ex- gone to Britain  and  ™ European ^^ ^^^ ^ ^^^ v„m ^ whre to ^ tte ^o^   came home
pected with the type of one man Liquor countries where dnnKing laws are con- jm^^ me pictu,^ as to working capital, from his first fishing tap with a nice 20
Control Board presently in operation; siderably relaxed and. after a lew mgnts He 6aid ^g owners owed a great deal to ib. spring. There was a very fishy smell
an arrangement of this kind must in- when the novelty of being able to minis: ,ti10Se ^^ j^j. given so generously of their aU along the Duck Rock Beach that even-
evitably result in an undesirable dictator- legally in public wears off an occasional ,tune and professional skills in keeping the ing, for Mr. Sexton generously shared the
ship    That one man should have the drink is all they ask for. system going. Thanks were tendered to fine fish with all his neighbors,
power to control the drinking behavior During the war years in those coun- Mlessrs. Dalton, Lefeaux, Robinson and all
1^.    .. .- •     -      _    ._:_..»_»._.__.       .....      _. __. _!.. i_._j  J_:_tr .«._»  /^*
of the  entire province  is  a disgrace,    tries when cigarettes' and drink went on   *be ^tees   Re-elected as trustee was
particularly   when   one   considers   the   ration,   numerous   non   drinkers   and   ur« "on uuus-
dogmatic outlook and antiquated think-   smokers suddenly \ acquired a liking for   VISITORS   -
ing behind our drinking laws. both but in most cases - qiiit just as       Interesting visitors at Welcome Beach
One of the most stupid aspects is the suddenly the moment these items went last week w*e Reuben, anil Adrienne Tuttie
fact that a voune man might join the off ration. In other words, take away of Danville, California, who were' guests
a5y» to ITLdm or be killed for the barriers and the desire disappears, ofthe Rob Wflkinsons. Mr. Tuttie is a re-
hiTcountrv -at the age of eighteen yet Ftother, in the event of young people bred music educator aM can play almost
i. fo?bSn bv law to enter a beer misbehaving, they still have the law to any instrument except the pjano. H-Prm-
is roroiaaen,  oy idw,  tw _uu_.  « ^        » &,       j ctanH \t ic in-    CI&& instrument is lhe trombone. He is
parlor or liquor store'with the object of    contend with.  As things stand it is in-   a]go corr       dent for the San Fraw±xo
consuming liquor. tolerable and changes are badly needed   chKmkle
Two such men appeared in court starting, perhaps, with a change in tne ^ Tamb fa a lingaist> fluent ^ five
last w^ek, each pleaded guilty and was present Liquor Control Board arrange- fcnguages. Mr. and Mrs. Tuttie have spent
fined $50'as laid down by the law. One    *"°"* 4U~ * * ^':      i=        M 1~"J"'
had in fact served three years in the
service of his country.
Neither police nor magistrate are to
blame for this absurd situation, their
jobs call for administration of the law
and they are obliged to do just that,
otherwise they would not be fit to hold
their positions. Whether they agree with
this particular law is another matter.
What docs matter is that the powers
in a position to institute changes have
been sb hide-bound that regardless of
changing times, nothing has biert altered.
We do have a new Attorney-Oeneral
who proved himself an extremely cap-
,    Highway 101
PHONE 886-9662
Fletcher's Philosophy
—by Vc_ Lobb
With my own eyes I saw it; so long, long ago
'Way down, in Memphis, a heat-hazy day:      j
A two-speed kind of day: One, to stop; Two,
■go slow. ''_ '■■'
I sat by the window, no breeze nor life stirred:
A city siesta beneath the noon sun.
able minister in his previous position and    Then vague cloppings and creiikings t
Sluggishly heard.
Here came Old Uncle; he was lazily sprawled
On two^wheclcd old cart; watermelons stacked
Git along dar you mule, the old darky soft-
drawled, i .
But thc mule was not anxious for work to bc
Ho halted right there; eased limp to tho road.
Buttcr-qulct, he sank ns though melted by sun.
Uncle climber off thc cart. Ho was sorely
distressed. |
Ho cajoled. Ho begged. He threatened the
But thc adamant mule still remained
Now people were gathering, with advice Jikc
n friend.
Carrots were offered. These, mule disdained.
Uncle's cotton-while hair was standing on end.
Now, out of lhe crowd, o small boy all excited
Used firecrackers. Mule was Inert.
Mule simply lay there while crackers ignited.
Then appeared on the scene nn old Model
T Ford.
Mule wns unhitched, and roped to lhe car.
Mule was towed on tho ground; prostrate nude
ju&t looked bored.
A good kick on his ninip, and mule's two long
cars twitched.
Slay dnr, said Uncle, you ornery thing.
Then that mule slowly ro*e and he stood lo bc
1 liwcar old mulo winked, when prepared to
Giltup, chicked Uncle, wielding his Mfck;
And old rickety car| creaked away at »low
—Harry W. Fletcher
Relentlessly each hour, each day goes
dripping tho drain, and wantonly with wasteful
ways wc watch thc winters wane. Wc surge
ahead to seek thc sun until somo icy hand
strikes suddenly—and who is one to ask or
Then life goes on: each to his task, each
bitter heartache veiled; each measure of emotion masked, composure unassailcd. So little
time Is left before thc fleeting years ore spent,
and who can count the caustic scoro of what
our lives have meant?
Who knows what new tomorrows hold,
just so wc have today. 'Hu's day Is ours to
wisely use or let it slip away. 'Ilicre may bo
countless years ahead to consummate our
course, but comes a time when these have fled
to mock our vain remorse.
No need to toll the dismal bell or soiJnd
n mournful chime, but rather that wo break
the spell and venture while there's time, live
precious inmnciiiri to the hill, demand to do
and dare; tltc human mind was never built to
demonstrate despair.
The Peninsula*^*®*
Published Wednesdays nt Sechelt
On B.C.'a Sunshine Coast
Sechelt Peninsula Timet Ud.
Box 381 - Sechelt, B.C.
Dougfoa G, Wheeler, Editor
S. tt. Ahgant, Publisher
Subscription Rales: (In advance)
I   Ye*r,  $5-2, Years,  $9  -  3 Yc«r_, $13
U,S. nnd Foreign, $530
Serving tht area from fort Mellon lo llemc '
(Howe Sound to Jenlt Inlet)
the four years of their Retirement travelling around the world and have been referred to on radio and in the press ait "The
/Touring Tuttles". In London they bought
a caravan camper and spent two years
travelling through Europe in it.
They visited every country with the exception of Russia and Albania. In Malaga,
Spam, Mr. Tuttie played in a band for 3
months and he and his wife were interviewed on radio. They visited Greece and •
the Island of Crete and it was there at
Hierapetra that they met Rob and Vylo
Wilkinson, a meeting which was to result
in the inclusion of the jSunshine Coast in
their Canadian itinerary.; At Hierapetra
Mr. Tuttie was teaching Greek children
music while his wife taught them. English.
At the conclusion of their present tour of
Canada; Mr. and Mrs. Tuttie will return
to their home in California for a visit, but
they .then plan to, (take off for a six months'
tour of Mexico in their camper, during
which time, Mr, Tuttie' will write a series
of articles for the San Francisco Chronicle
on how; to live inexpensively in Mexico.
A family dinner party was held at the
Lyons' home last week to clebrato Frank
Lyons' 73rd birthday. Those ■present were
Mrs. Lyons, their sons Richard Laird, with
his wife Jean, and Gordon Laird with his
wife Lcona, grandchildren Llssa, Robin,
Chris and Richard Jr. ,
To complete Frank's happiness, there
was a teleplione call from his daughter,
Marilyn Russell of Montreal, bearing the
good wishes of herself ami her family.
Richard Jr. has been spending a week
camping on his grandfather's property with
friend Jerry Neatcc of Vancouver.
Guests of Mrs. B. McCatil are her sister,
Crystal Haro ami husband Tcry from Union
Lake, Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. Haro flew
from Detroit ito Portland and sl-iywl for a
few doys there ami in Vancouver. They
will return home by way of Winnipeg and
Carman ' when* they plan to visit Mrs.
Hares brother, Gordon Balsley and Ills
Guests at tb<. Redrooffs Resort ar« Mr.
and Mrs. Tom Mackay of Cloverdale, former owners of ithe R«'<lnH)ffs Resort, and
Mr, and Mrs. David Smith of Vancouver,
with their daughter I/)rain« Spiccr and her
husband Gary. Mrs. Smith Is a daughter
of tlio lato William and Alice Grundy. Her
brother, Dick Grundy ami his family are
vacationing nt the l^n Grecnall cottage.
Knthryn Green-all is a guest of the Harry
MrA, Mary Walker was in Kamloops
last week and found /the temperature at 103
Just n little too warm, She bnigtit bark for
a visit, her uncle, Mr. James Beaton, Her
oilier   guests   arc   her   daughter,   Connie,
Tdo FBiany greases?
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Wilton C_. Sechelr 005-9332
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"Standard pil Company of BC.  Here To Serve You  CHAS. ENGLISH REALTY LTD.  Sunnycrest Plata ���  Dave Hopkin  Resident Underwriter  Zurich life of canada  serving the Sunshine Coast  Phone 086-2801 ��� Res. 886-7446  P.O. Box 500 - Gibsons, B.C.  'I  CerJjficates of competency axe issued by B_0__KGF the  the federal government but a mfmTrrom of ��� ~- C^m^bsItYL  as'sistaiice' is ^cdvedtrom that quarter; "___!__��� toime&L,  the provincial government? Tbe men at-1 pSaee.in  tending this school- are. seamen attempting gr^afaaa  ,to further their qualifications so I feel there  fe *o-point looMng in]fli^t ifire^fion . . -  From'the telfdeeE-fliis week comes the                 topic: Riedu^h'to soundings: , * cfeigy' ^ffierad to wbdi MLss Ca^beS^f*  5_ie depths printed on coasting '__ai_5 every %a^QB��ss-isi her retirement .Slips.1-;,  being constant cannot^lbe the dept&s of Deia CSUnn made the presentation of a''"'  water, iikely to.W^fonndL-_y a aranffiing parse <S msmey and spofee of tlie very?'1  machine as,the periodical rise and ML off spedal place in everyone's heart which-  . the .tide increases and,decreases the depth.v IMGss CamjplRai holds and. which no-one can  - throughout the day at any one place. *_B_y HE0ae_. .      .    '���ftf '      '   -I -Y"   ^  are, ^ever, flie depths below a ^fected       WosMig in roial ^reas, Miss Campbeli,  --fu ,^ed^hait Datoa which is ^pprax- 1535 speal 49 yegfe ^ fljg serrace of .he '  nn^eli Jhe lowest level/to-wlnch tbe me ^^33! to mj^ provinces, including New"  falls under ordinary circumstance; and js Fa^aiiajia. wortbern Alberta and British ,  nsnaUy the level of Mean Low Water at cahmMa. -        ; -    -.  Ordinary Spring 31des- (MX.W.O_5.). ",   -^^    ,_      -��� fcl.    %r J U*    -,��� "  r-t,��J* tw.J! -   *i. ��    ��_   _ __-_�� fflans wffl take Miss CanipbeH ,  _nart Datum js the separation Ine he- -^^ to j^. ^^ province 0f Ontario but'  ^ ��a Slt^'t^Z Km ^J^ stm expects to wend bet way bact to B.C., I  chart and height'Of the fade at assy feme eireatasJIy v ��*-  during thej twenly-four hour day and is, .   _. ...-<- '  therefore, the 'Zero level "of the JFtg^gMs  predicted in tSe^tide-tables.  .It'iihmild''be noted;^bowever,, fitaft al  the-time ofc the ' .$n_ngs''the levd of the  tide, may"fair baow'the depth o�� daa__  r dd|sim. ,men��suiI^is;*Se case.t&el__i^��i  of the tide in the tide tables will be prefixed  by-a Minus-sign?-Y ��-. --   1  "Spring fides are"^fai'^ter than average  high water' andisrwer, than' average low  water. Neap tides are a lower than average high water and-fa, higher than average  low "water. ' " - --*  / Submit your information* and queries to  P.O. Box 1S7, Sechelt,,BjC.  "IW L,"'  lm    mk.^.   -  9 i__i->-  /  ��_f  i Susisnind Coast  im#iwinr��i.i.��  �����-��  _L___A      _.!_  maimMH  ���m  DINNER SERVED  i.  s  U*W01, fledr," sighed the weary preadner  after viewing the-crumpled fender, "did  the officer .#_# his stadc-et yda for l_t_a_g  one of the city's trees?**  - "No,-.herwas-just lovely, John," explained his wife, ihe new Mver. "He said tbe  city planted -them just, to fceep women  drivers- from - gettingk up on people's  Marches."'   ,  BUiEHiH��  W<a-t to' _____} tyoioir lioitsl  tgux0gtg B_3nse"c_2afottdhiQ, nnore  dore     tseautiful?  fsojae nsiptwennent  psdjBC-" y��si  Isove "its   niino/  iwtfik fn 'feeSplesI ideas ^ahd  lsafo3fi33oSioa ef y<_jr oii'ei stop  sagjpiies s$_eg)  MM  "every friday and  saturday evenings  till Midnight"  ���r  PM�� Gardens  I Halfrnoon Bay, B.C.   ., \  Tel: 885-9927  'RESERVATIONS PLEASEl'V  W���___WM____��Mff  V  We wi!l toe on _ Hie Sunshine Coast July 15 - 19  .J*  If you wish any information in regards to our services,  i '   please write;or drop into our mobile .office    ^  "  i  "v while wo are* in your .area      >  t  t  I.  n  ���"���-!  A  RPM Gear Lubricants keep  metal ^surfaces moving  smoothly, quietly; cut wear.  '  CAU/yOURSTANDARDOlLEIMI  G..H. 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ORIENTAL TUNA SANDWICH  2 cups drained and flaked conned tuna 4 English muffins, halved or 8 slices French  . I can <5 o*,) Chun King.Water Chestnuts, or Italian bread  drained and chopped room temperature butter  '  % cup mayonnaise I cot* 06 oz.) Chun King Chop Sucy  2 tbsp, finely chopped green onion Vegetables, chilled  , I jbsp, lemon Juice Ht t$p. salt  2 tsp. soya sauco I avocado, peeled and cut In thin slices  I tsp, curry powder  > ,  Blend tuna with water chestnuts, mayonnaise, green onion, lemon juice,Ysoyd saiica  'and curry powder, Toast mufllns; spread with butter. Drain chilled chop SMey vegetables  ond sprinkle with salt. Spread tuna mixture generously over buttered muffin and top  with chop suey vegetables; gornl&h with thin slices of avocado. Mok^* 8 servings.  EGO fOO VOUNQ BEEF-STACKS  4 Hamburger patties, %" thick or . 4 tsbp. Chun King Sweet and.Star Sbual  froi_h minute steoks 1 tbsp. dry sheny ������[;!,   ,  I pkg. (12 oz.) Oiun.King frozen FTgo 4 stuffed olives  Foo Young 4 cherry tomatoes  4 slices Cheddar cheese (3V4 to 4 Inch ..-���,.'���.    I  squares)  Ploce meat patties or stcoks In greased 8" square baking dish. To mak* "stacks", top  each piece of meat with oh egg foo yoking patty followed with O Slice of ;<_)����*, Ihen  top eoch vVlth a tablespoon ol sweet and sour souce. Spear each ttock with a toothtftek  ft* hof|d Mtafrly Irt place, Dake In 375�� oven lor 30 minutes. Just beforo serving,.mix.  <feg0 foo yOund sauce (cnclosnl In frozen egg too young package) with Isherry; h<?at to  boiling. Remove stocks (rom oven, ploce on olive and cherry tomato on the end of eoch  toothpick and serve immediately, accompanied wllh pitcher of nance. Mokes. 4 servings.  Peninsula. Piiiilin;  Lid.  ��{JEA?i��3�� Bx SUIfiLlES  foot Kemtohe  Sherwin Williams  Paint Deo/clr  Phone 306-9533  Gibsons. R.C.  Where  Fashion is a byword  Smart Shoppers are  found at . . .  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Page 5 Tha Peninsula Ttmcs  7        Wednesday, July 10,1968 ,   -  Se^lwk;^oie^  G/_MI__- PM* Beta CampviW in.lull swing  "  once again tor the summer months  -Counsellors at the .camp this year are:  Beverly Burgess/ Toronto'; ^De_bie Camp  Jtell;, Wisconsin*/ Vicki Pehce," Oklahoma;  Karen  Macyeak,  WesL,JVjr^nia;_jrandj  White, Indiana; Karen jMischke, Minneso  ta;*Paula Oallager/North Dakota and San  dra Davis, director,from Toronto.  '   July 24th is open house ior anyone wishing to visit the camp and see the fun and  talents of these young "Children.       ..  Monday morning fishing'had hath ex  citing .and disappointing moments, when  ' Shirley Fearnley played -a fish for 4$ mi'n  utes and just when the light was over, a  seal swaim to the surface with "Shirley's  hig~ catch,' leaving only the jaw bone -to  prove it was once on her line.  Dr. John Ellis of S.F.U. 'and- his wife  Gladys stopped into visit Mr. and Mrs  Jim Parker on their way from their sum  mer cottage at Buccaneer Bay.  A number of West Sechelt residents at  tended the OES Summer Tea, held last  Saturday in Mr. and Mrs. R. Cummings  beautiful garden at Roberts Creek., ''  Misses Palmer and'Clowes have joined  the staff of St. Mary's Hospital, coming  ���from Wellington, Vancouver Island.  Miss  Coleman bas returned to join the staff at  ter visiting Hawaii. ,  ��� Mr. and -Mrs. Wagemakers have been  spending the weekend' in the' Fraser Valley.  ��W��j|��yi|j||j^^  S<  ���V-  w  /���'��..  7  Y(-W*W\  r.$_a&&:'..  Tfjunday25  lY  f_   ���W��WW-JIWH��I|_J~   ,   .  4     -.  Mwn#i>ii.itiw��nnw��niiffB  ���   ���--������        ���      ���   ���..  ~4<Wfr_&Vf.__!r  _i"t./��linis?t_^27��r:;  Y ' 2*|Mi_-.iHr8p.it!_i  40m00m  r i  4  ~* 4  ���    S  1 ���.-   i   *s_K i *ks ��  * I  _��� ��.    <_ *���  4 Vt^^^'vy  _��  _  .  W^-Y%f  t  t  tm,0l0mtmm^m^n��r\tm,0m��!^mnm^^  ty ^yjmry.   "W(K     , y   l    ' , <Y  ti*i8i$0_.t  On Th$SunshineCoa$3  X~$'t4    >    ���*���*>��  '*��_'  %\    M ^ -_  /Y���___^���i_____.  Champs  *><f_ir  YOUR HOSTS;; THE BRYWftSfWS  I Secret Cove RR1 - Halfrnoon Bay  i -   ���     For Heservatiotts IPIiafie^ S85-9S9S  Team effort won through to take able 9-5 in tile playoff with Roberts   Scott Rodway, David Lamb, Bruce  ' Enjoying a visit at the lovely water-  ^rVHson Creek Orioles to the top of Creek Raiders. Young champs from   Gibsofr.  FroMt: Craig Rodway, Len  front home of Bud and Shirley Fearnley   the Little League for tins season. left��_ back: Andy Henderson, BradY Beck, Kelly Bodnarek, Dale Benner,  are Mr. and Mrs. v. Allen and family also   Winning two games out of three, one Allan, Robbie Nestman, Mark Evans,   Kelly Aubin, Boyd Goeson and Alan  their married daughter and her husband,   by default the other with a comfort- Coach  Len, Fox,  Herbie, Berdahl,   Nickerson. - '      *   ���   '     '  Mr. and "Mrs. L. Busch and lamily .rom ��.'..< ,.���_,__,',  Kerroibert, Sask. Darrel.Chynoweth, Mrs,  Fearnley_s great nephew is also enjoying  his summer visit.  Sechelt Girl Guide -Asspciation will be  holding the <annual book sale on July 07th.  Any books would be very much appreciated and may be left at Kruse Drugs in Sechelt.  .il_iM_^^  St-,.-!.  .*_*? ^     ^  KS,    ���  * t     *  }  OI1CE  Doctor of Optometry  204 Vancouver Block  Vancouver, B.C.  Will be in Sechelt  Monday, July 15fh  For an appointment for  eye examination phono  - 805-2818  SS___H_SiS_  '*&  ^V  .1*  .5fc Y_  St  i  1  I  4.  V'.^^_ &**$%  ;  11 rhL'^is*-  l^A,t  J.'*  __  ___���s  ssgy-  Lorraine and Alex take this opportunity to THANK  all of their CUSTOMERS and FRIENDS for their  SUPPORT in the past and WISH THE NEW OWNERS,  NORAH, MORT and BRIAN HEAPS, who will maintain the Present Policy, every success in their new  venture.  HOPKINS HIDING SfliE - Phoni SSi-9524  EXCAVATING,  DITCi-ffiG Af.E>  LIGHT.AHD HEAVY  BUIXDOZIi>iGr  TRUCfCIIIG.  G13AVEL, TOPSOIL  AHD FILL.  Days 886-2663  f-ighfs 886-2378  or 7764  _ .    Raiders , -  -  Unable to field nine players in the   competition throughout the -season, Sam Evans.   Front:  Andy Hartle, i^^^^^Msmmmm  firitf playoff game, helped cost Rob-   standing from' left:  Johnriy Phare, Pat   Horvath,   Bobbie   Blatchford, m*E^MBMm  erts Creek Raiders a chance to top   Coach Ernie Fossett, Steve From- Martin Blatchford, Terry Blomgren, |  ttie seven team League. Young play-   ager, David Fromager, Ken Phare, BilL Connor and. Jeff NialL  Robbie ���  ers who have given other teams fine   Barry Blatchford,J Ray- Dube  and and BjHy are bat boys.  wMmmMmMMmsmmsmmmiM  BUY MOW  ^  SAVE LAYER  i  SECHELT THEATRE  ANOTHER HIT  In Fact! Two Great Hits.  Fri., Sat, Mon., July 12, 13 ond 15  40 ACRE FEUD  Ferlln Husky, Minnie Pearl, Skcctcr  Technicolor  ALSO  DR. G0LDF00T AHD THE  BIKINI MACHIHE  Vincent Price, Franklc Avolon  Tcchnlcolpr - Cinemascope  OUT 10;00 P.M.  Starts 8:00 p.m.  ;r-gg���jgaa  JFll��iE  VALUES UP TO $8.95  Sizes 8-18 ONLY  Sizes 2-6X ONLY  USE OUR l^Y-AWm PiAN  WE WILL HOLD'TH^SE SWEAfEKS FOU YOU  US-t]!^ AUGUST 21v 1968  JUST IN TIME FOR SCHOOL . . . OOPS!  a^^^iS^^^^^^^^_^^_^^^^__________^^^��_^_^^55___________fi  ���[j��^jMtjML__��_M__<___l ___>__���__?____���____ __��_M __���_���__��__���  i  All Stars  Little League All Star's will play  their first game in Vancouver on  Saturday. Standing from left, All  Star Coach Lieh Fox, Brad Allan,  Billy Sluis, Bill Sneddon, Jim Hart,  Coach Gordon Clarke, Allan Nicker-  son. Front: Alan Feeney, Roy Smith,  Gary Davies, Dave Fromager, Barry  Blatchford, Gary Schindel and  Herbie' Berdahl.  A Martian was kissing and ImftRlriK t^c  traffic signal when it quickly changed from  "Go" lo "Stop." Tho Martian anlckcrcd,  "What do you expect? American women  an? flll teases."  ��ff������!i^Si88.  FILL YOUB- WELL WBT!  COOL, CLEAR, GOV? INSPECTED  M STREAM WATER   W?*.   ..���  1      _. *      -^ * *  t      M*ix*a- .vhV-   J  \    -r^u* ��� ' / ���  li     .        r"���-_������ .._  ���  NOMINAL HANDLING CHARGE FOR TAME- TRUCIi  i    AMD EQUIPMENT  ff.ormal drop l,CCO gallons  FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, RATES, ETC.  Phone: 886-2840 (24 hrs.)"  5  _________as_*sst����'����*i*!*^  Lucky In bottles? Or Lucky In easy-open cans? Try both today for that man-sized taste.  ive uoursel-P a 'tJOGfPf breal  TWa advBrtisoment ia notpubtlshcxt or displayed by Hw Liquor Control Board or by tho Govsgrnowit of Br��e!iCc_u_A6L  0.  7J9 %  r vtr        -M^ffe 4^. 'VV'_* hHN^. .  i"vvywv^. u wv^I^^a v..*. ���*��� -^_v- v-t^v'*^* v ��  '.fY;  1^? V JW,**^ ?& ^M^hfee _(_��� thaik/the partis, jfte<  _er$*wb.o attended .md -to'dkmatt^h ihfe  P^B* Reeling1 vhich we>ld b> June 25th.  S9^1tt   X !iw<J"^.ak? Uke ^ PubHcly'.tfiabk Dr.  ��� .-~   &$7_T *.        A *'teayWr^atiatJieth^e^^r^W^ejn."  .    $L'&\l!E'     gj/2*. fTO*     <>'J*'    tori.who/.-ttended '��U��d" *#__��__*._. ihfe,  '��.____>*- M*KC_ff- Kt__ * ��� ���       -* . -  Har_wiqk, who gav& of his own time to be  an impartial yet interested chairman for  i   the .meeting. Uis, insistence that anyone  who wished, tp speak.be given in oppor-'  -   tuhiiy weU'fulfilled'our tidp& tor the con-  ^ductet tfaetmeeting.      ���-'5  Xhe- total sttefldance^was disappointing  \ r  */'** -~  -J      >-,  .   J   ^t  >"..?  '     ./��� ^,  V��  ^* . >  _i~  Ar  x   .  ���wT*                      *  -Tf ���*      <  i. e; (mmm?) coi  ^ <- ,  _ i  _i�����*. �����*   ,*ut Sood cmpared to many educational^  , * J 'meetings. It is sad that most meetings sut-  *-y.     /* rfer.this'way. / ���/->  *t       '     i.   -^  VX."*���*I    ,/W_ wefe fflotst disappointed that our  j i   School Boaipd did not s$e fit jto accept our  invitation to speak; however, we thank Sir.  Bill Malcolm from  Pender Harbour for  earning all the way to speak'as4 ah individual trustee. We were also pleased to  secure. Kitson'and Mr, Hough, join the  4 .      audience after a previous hxeetingL We  \       htfpe the School Board will he rapressenk&T 8  ��j. w ^   officially nextjiime. ^ ' ���/'   .  PltLtA     ^r'^#?:f*W %e itte^ng hidicate '  &JtM ��� ^ , Several points either not covered by or  Bus. AWL 6-7111  f Res.  i .'  . <*/*���  il* -   v.  Brown Bras. Motors  5690 Granville St.  Vancouver. 13, B.C  Y^1  .  1  *  ��_-  ^��.?��/!,.***..^V, 'i^fril?g from,the p^ reports:  Prammlaiiiiii^^^'^V,*'*^18 p^p16 ���� diking about out  ftCl_��_,piJ.C___.W--." -;  .  efforts.. Maybe ithey are even considering  't-cv .j  "m   im'.jtz- :m*L^     f^.   *.*j,J    <he ^robtems in the educational system.  i*i--&_."��s__i_ EB3Bbrm&-BBB&wMlto^^ ^��S3&?1Z,*ZS  Seated  are Queen Lee Wifen and   Beverly Szabo and Maureen Forsytlu-^ WBM_IER man R; F. Keimeit^^o^ Yet their poiats were mainly;  her attencjauts. ,rColleen Hoops-and.^            <.   . ,.   .< ^.^.   ^   <    ,          ' ifj1'.' 3 reports rpretipitation alwye lufianaiAffirr (��) tbat everytMng'is dsay^&at our  " * 3_n__ 4wffl�� bvgb^tsmperatn^ res&ton$J&s systenji is ��io better or worse (than others.  degrees.-     .>'-*--             -" "   'i _ > ^" Yet^his is why our group is operating���  "        '        'June Jane     'June,  F*  Regular 85c.^ .   ir  1^  i  *  f  Y     ^   5 ��'t^  * *.  >    -       ���        *T   - i  ��. u_. -�� ���-    we degree- They provided no answers.  y- -Y ;      19S8   y   Nonnal^Ex^emes        (b)that our tactics were wrong, llaybe,  7^0.\ -      --.=���� .������--,��'__/.����L bat we -^ amateurs and have learned  rainfall'     . -��45" ISO     '*|*��gr much. On ��ie other band, .the tactics we  '    - -l" ���*       r? ,��fi,'kt have encountered are as much open to  Ly ��   ^'s-JiVSri,       3. A number of persons outside of our  -����f<_.hi     _i 'M "^��7tf<��_.    grouP ��iWifoed signedv petitions. Others ad-  55X5th)     ��1 - - ��<^>.  vjsed tteyweie ^uj^g h sign but would  SffLw -   _iirr-?rii^     i��    "^.ViffiUi    $**$*&***��� a vote and generally sup-  ��?eratare,   ^(3rd)     42    y*9 ^^p5rte^% ^and. Was.ttiete a lack of tifaie  V SLvl*^'i   ��_ w       V_. riQ.��.s-6�� coaler thfe:points? "  ��   -SXy^^June^^SaSrUr *TdM ^?C,Uded &f mee^/   1  noS>S^and, overnight te^| g1 ��J ^W^. ^^nte r^nd-    |  eratare_Sh cooler *aV��oS . <Hf ^i^l1 S ?S ST ^^ l^8    I  ffighesttampeiatoe'this year^M   ^ iLSrJAj��C2?"!����i!L2    I  JJaj;--   -Y --  with raid  '    Highest - ' ,  temi^rature;  lowest  Regolar $1.25  3 PIECE  SPECIAL  rail YA&.E CIUT @^��Ei-S FKWE HSS-3_.il  \ h1   B degrees.  YJ-  S u  ��     ��  i/'T-   f>'.'% system in this school district. We can-do  r;r    Y 5 it, but everyone (parents, teadiers, trus-  , tees and staff) must work together toward  ' TXiMt^^'^iMe^nce^ie haveht *^etf that goal.  for a long tfine? How about berne?"* '~'\       We will be continuing our efforts and  DAY ond NIGHT  PHONE 883-2430  ..  t y^Wrj Tn<4��vA fyuJr** '  # A^l-ST y ^fc       too?  m       *    4+ III "Mil_V'l_l % ft��� ft   ���>*     ^^  . t _t��*-*n [WW  Health Tips  , prizewinners; ,      ' '',  Jusit three years old, Kori-fcee JVIeV  drum was 4tie pretty ilitfle senorita-ia .  the July 1st paradel Dashing fotir]^  ���'   -'C  When your television set starfe ^hoyr $igns of  trouble, call __-! We^l-sfendjonff,^ our. skilled  ^-^ivice;ine��-right ta-your-hom^.'fiS handle ony-i  ^.technical problem. Y(e sp^ciaUH iA^rompt,  r  expert seiyice!. /   Y-  first pjriz-, Shetiahd pbriy Xhike aU' j        -'r-  ,   ";    %,',    I   -  to   dressed up to help celebrate Qau-     "' _tl-_IDI_AW�� -I      ,     ".   f��HO^E833-:  *   adaV birthday. -.    ..:- - . Y - :l *-. > �������� '  "- '"^--  ^---        -;.'->     . -'  "���A"\  Canadian Medical Assoc,    escort is tea year old brotfier,Tec^  and* of course, flielpirik' to win/Ihe '  WHIPLASH INJURY *���    ���    ���-��-    - -�����-'-^  ����� J -��� '    -  _ Whiplash is a descriptive term,1 used  describe the manner in which a neck injury occurs. The Canadian Medical Assoc  iation reports that most whiplash injuries  result from car accidents. In a rear-end  collision the driver or passenger is pushed  forward and then recoils backwards. Ihe  eJDfcict of this is felt mostly in, the, neck  because it is the portion df the spine with  the least support and the most movement.  Soon after su'ch an accident \%e patient '  complains of pain and stiffness ih' thc neck,  (tften with accompanying headache. Although a more serious injury such as  fracture or damage to a disc may occur;  most whiplashes only result in damage to  the muscles and ligaments in the neck.  Simple measures such as heat, rest and  drugs to relieve the paifj ond muscle spasm  are usually all the treatment that is necessary. .The symtrtorf^often/.subside- in a  few days, nearly always in a week or two;;  In some pi.icji.t4V the C,M.A. says,:the ,  neck pain apd hcaMVheifcbntin^es'to'r.^uicK''.  longer periods, This may be" due; partly; td ���  the emotional stress'��� ;jr^ultiipi^|'.f)^.i';Ui��i'i{  accident; or the subsequent: legal /action,'  .T.V. SBGE^ WEAK?      1        ^,���  *    -CdHiB^nd v��?H fincl the trouble jvitli'our  j-   - * field Strength iVleter- Mo^l^T.V.vuHit���J  - Repairs 6rtrtf*e\job. Colori-bhd Black and  - white. .. .. ,    \ -' ~-  .*��� ��-  -  >        f7  EKPESTSEflVlCE -  �����w_      v  RAPID  883-2430  Sound fading!  Mre gone!  We'll fis il!  \  i  ��  1  i  i  i  i  �� _ra����D$ at ';   j  - I . /     _ #  YCllJIt E��iH^II__�� SM.ES Af.fl SERVICE- ��EALEE.  MADEIEA PAEIK, 3.C  PHONE 883-2266  mmmmmMmmmfflMmMnafc  Ti-MDI  Authentic We��t Coo���� Hfl��><l  Carved Handmade Souvenir*  ���Ceramics Handcrafted  Jewellery - F. thing Tbcfcle.  (3 (For 95c)  20 FREE 45 R.P.M. oiven  to evety 500(h c-ctomer.  Special attention given to  Records ordered.  Puy 3 record* for 95c  then present THIS AD  and get one FRE-  Open 7 days a %ye_k  10;30 a.in.-10;30 p.m.  1 mile south oi  Madeira Parte ��*��  Highway 101  Photto 803-2360  By Apply*"-; now. W "iU receiveyo&r Unit |��iJf|��M��*;'    ^  In Jartuaty, 1969, -#ftcn penocn* who barr reached t|d si^e of 66  ��� ��� become tumble for Old iViJc Security; ii ;  ,       ^ .  '���"*���'       ' '. .Y.   .       ' >,     <v   '1. ���4.i,7>.'..l  .-'  to  miHiT  ,.   Y  . ;, malto application for ywmr Old A^e Security tension      ., ��� ;:y  ���> ���   - clxtmmthsbefo-e3<��j��#$tlibirthday. H yi     '��� 'Y���'���'.'.   ;���'  An application 'term for ft0Utp\*^ Age Security peosMtt la sraflaRle at yoar  ...,..������   ., .v-|iH^IV#.OW^W|_a___i_^tctoUM . ���''  ��� ;of0fdil^8t!__tlty|te<-_s_f^tiriclfy '" ���'���  , AlooH'with yaw ��Pp!Jcatfon fomi yon will receive I|i|aaphlet ':. ���, ,i Y >  glf loft yon foil Infcmwiten sboot tbe Old AtS* Scmrlty pension prO0��tn.  GOAaaijTEEZD '"HIt_ii_il ��PH!E��MIT  Ao _o_n;_h ywitf Old A&> Seenrftyprnifttm In orrroved, ^u win bo sent I' '   ���  inrorm^tlon afio_t fifee Cuaranteed Income SuppUmtatand an application form.  ���   Vo�� ����ax b- entitled to a euppJement which, together with your  Old A����� Security pension, will guarantee) ypa a monthly IncossJe of nt least |I07< 10.  '���' '���'���"   '   ���'���l&VED &f tHE HO.NL MtfiM X MmdtACtiBt, RljijSTER "' "  JM ^IflfKWf M lil^flBUUL ntfttni MB ^k&WME  in Pifer Combiiatlon  1 *  JEicelaasIve  2t    H ��__f* '  oi% sli parts  audi ��__rtrf_��  * Eatra nq^Mi 1/3 hp wofor in washer section.,   ' ���,    =,   ������  * 1/5 hp wtftef ijpi��r-__K_r eecfioo." *' ".''       , .,'���'���',' .���l">"',  * Ttrfoa fwn_fs ��m 6_f_��_f_- emptying of wash ^nd fi'pjn'tubs.  '  * Ag_toteoa ccfitoa ococptcd i>y all for whiter wash.  * Wash op to 12 Bk of cfothittg at ostce. ���*  * 6!��8sn.i��g wfelfs cssomcl finish, long life porccloih washer tub.  "  !>  list Psfcd. ��� $__2_����95  ��#_ar Tinsels $ __9j��#  ridlfJ >��CIII WW,'CMMLY  __tf  - ��� 4. I  c .;  t  ��,  1 f  r .  s  I    v  /I  1}  1    1,1  I  I  1   ^�� J_i rf j# j J* ^# 4  �����..��..��,  I 4   ;        (, 1) 1,1       .  ^K_3  Tr     Wm  i  !^^a��f?��-  Diamond anniversary  Sixty happy years of marriage ytere  recently celebrated by Mr. and Mrs.  ,01e Eleven of Madeira Park who  have been residents on the Peninsula  since 1916.        .      .,  Happy anniversary . . .  Celebrate Diamond Wedding  congratulations arri��e  TELlEXJRiAMS from' three <iapitat cities  travelled to "Madeira Park on May 22nd,  19?8 to congratulate Mr.; and <Mj__ Ole  Kleven on the occasion of their diamond  wedding anniversary,*  From Buckingham Palace came warm  congratulations from Her .Majesty Queen  Elizaibeth. From Ottawa, a- message tram  Prime (Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau and  from Victoria messages from Premier W.  C. Bennett and Minister Isabel Dawson.  Hon. George Pearkes, laeuterfant Governor  of British Columbia who met 'Mr. and-Mrs.  Kleven during his Centennial visit to 'Mad-  Navy brought his seafaring days to an  end for he had imarned Grace Burt, a  -young lady from South Dakota. How the  two met is a 'story in itself for the dashing  young sailor was searching for his ^faild-  hood sweetheart who had emigrated to  America when he lost his heart to Grace'  ��� who was not quite sixteen.: whe^ - they  married sixty years ago in Rapid City/  South Dakota.  Mr. and Mrs. Kleven and f their two  oldest daughters, Alice and Dorothy travel'.  led to Vancouver in 1912 and in 1916 when  their first son Edward was one year old|  >werfe 'ei#i|gU����j_adrea^to o��en���#"woo_ !.  Thet$ wete sias;1- faonUies f& ^fetaers>__ore '  ��and the ^ottlement 4/ras flaWu_t after Dorfo1  ' the daughter .*# ��aihi Llojto; the postmaster,  l  . who collected the kiail |froo��. Secfyeljt ua J4isf i  I. "bs>a$ which^alwSys flew the Union Jack. _  �� * j iporiston jva? a, fcapjiy place io those v  1   % days fifth *eveni|��g clam-digging parties and; w  "dances" ,which   everyone "attended.   The'  iiPteVens travelled in their _4 ft boat Evelyn  K'tor a good 3��at'was a ^necessity.  Just  two month-before their fourth'child Evolytt  wa. bom, the'Klevep home was destroyed y  fey fite^but everyone was^ wonderful and'  - helped the family renestajjlish in a new  home.     Y~~T,^ l  ''In tp�� the family moved to Pender  Harbour, towing their home on floats and  the next year Mr. Kleven helped build* the  (rid St. Bjary*_ Hospital where their youngest child David was born, Although Mr.  Klevefy spent most of bis time logging, be  could turn his hand to anything and bis1  ingenuity solved many engineering (problems around tbe hospital.   He built tbe  , Allan Greene Ttfalk at Garden Bay abd.  'helped build  the1*cottages.'  Both Mr. and Mlrs^ Kleven are members  > of Boyal Canadian Legion Branch 112 and  still love to dance, especially a waltz.  Mr. and Mrs. Kieven's three daughters  and their families live on Vancouver  Island; Mrs. Alice Amskold in VictOjda;  Mrs. Dorothy Nichol in -Nanoose ond Mrs,-  Eyelyn D''Anglo in Laihtzville. Both sons  have passed >away. The' Elevens are, the  proud grandparents of nine grandchildren  and 15 great grandchildren.  Despite his 85 years, Mr. Kleven's garden is beautifully kept and!" the cottage on  Lagoon Boad overlooking the harbor just  radiates Jthe happioessi,whicb. two people  have shared for sixty years.  eira PaTk also sent a message of eongrafc madejihe. journey, io Dads-ton where Mr.  illation.         ' ^^f! Yl;'"': Y:'��� >-.V 'Y.":- V7.'Y^.V*- we-empted 35 ac^es of property.  YMr. Kleven <wat%qrn in Oslo, Norway        The family travelled by steamboat with  in 1883 and went to. sea living a life of Mrs.  Kleven as skipper, navigator' while  adventure on merchant ships and with ithe her husband used coal, bark and any wood  United  States  Coastguard chasing  smug- they could pick up on the way to raise  glers.    Four years  iq the  United States enough steam for the trip.   Behind they  Pender High-Lights  IN KiECENT years many Westerners, particularly young people ''"haye becOme"  increasingly interested in the religions and '  philosophies of the East. Because of this  interest 1 have ibeenudoing a lot of reading  ilwut Yoga, meditation, ind ZeffBuddhism.  Though exceedingly paradoxical and frequently difficult to understand, I found that  it:opened entirely new .i venues'#-43_ougM  and furnished deep insight into the nature -..���  of things from diaim^trically opposed points  of view;7than'what I'd been accustomed1 to.  Of course, I know very little about Zen,  as yet, and could .not even being to explain  what it is. Even Zen's own four statements  emphasize that its teachings lie -beyond and  outside words. To ,even begin to understand Zeftft is necessary to live it, usually  with the ai_ of a guru or master.  Zen entails a lifetime of discipline and  meditation with the purpose of attaining  satori or enlightenment.. In order to expedite this state of illumination and the  spiritual equilibrium which follows, certain  techniques are utilized by the Zen roshi  (master) 'and pupil. A form of question and  answer, called the mondo, speeds up ordinary thought, processes into an abrupt  breakthrough into awareness. The koan, a  riddle not able to be solved by ithe intellect  and often senseless to the rational mind,  hopes to break open the closed door of  ordinary consciousness and free it from the  prison of dualism, thus enabling it to sec  reality. Moreover, a koan must be solved  w3thout thinking about it. This is to enable  the mind to transcend the eternally dual-  istic and dialectic pattern of ordinary  thinking. It is not unusual for a student to  take two or three years to solve his first  koan.i  Now here are a few things to think, or  not think about: Zen is the sound of one  hand  clapping.    Lo,   a   cloud  of dust is  ���-by Donna Vaughan  rising from the ocean and the roaring of  waves is heard over the land. Last night  a wooden horse neighed and a stone man  cut capers.  NEW ARRIVALS  Carolyn and Lance Larson are the proud  parents of a baby boy. The baby's grandparents .are Oliver and Ruby Larson of  Egmont and __r. and Mrs. Frank Gough  of Pender 'Harbour.  Former 'Egmbbt resident Danny Griffith,  son of 'Bob and Eileen Griffith of Egmont,  and /wife Shirley announce the birth of a  son, Kehnetht Robert, in Vancouver, B.C.  I wish to thank al the voters of  Coast Chilcotin for their support in  the past election. It has bee|n a pleasure in going through the ric|ing/ meeting so many people. I lam poping to  come to each area of thel riding .to  meet one pndoll .again, to discuss any  problems that have to be dealt with at  Ottawa.  Once again on behalf of myself  and family I wish to thank the many  friends that helped me during, the  election.  PAUL ST. PIERRE  CHIROPRACTIC OFFICE  Post Office Bldg., Sechelr - Phone 885-2333  TUESDAY���12:00 noon to 5:00 p.m.  THURSDAY���I2:00 noon to 5:00 p.m.  SATURDAY���2 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.  tmmnMiMmMviMDvi  GOOD PRIZES  f^EfVlBERSHiiP  IPftlZE  ' 1^^^!K#W?_iS  8 p.nra.  SECMELT  INDIAN  VILLAGE  HAUL  as Deen  MtmgmmmtmmttmmwHMtmmtmtvmfuumtmim  Pick up an old-tlmo beor thnt'n making new frlcnda  every day. U.D.C, tho traditional brew that Onrjinir  linn kept a favourite. If you haivcn't Imd tho piennur^ of  U.B.C.'b company... get acquainted I You nnd U.B.C.  have a lot in common.  frtm Mf prlfinvt red ft��/ tht ��M Union tlrtwlng Companp eftfanatma.  f.  "%:  ,.*. A,^,.*^,.fc��*<*^_.��fi��*Jfc_����*<iflHt^Ml��i^.*n|fci^��_^^ X^i*:fh *����j .��, ,��| .,.���>,,% 4, ^..vf.,*,**:^*,,.,^ i*^^^^^,44^4,*t/.iK,^[A,*/l4,*^JS^


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