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 ^v^f* <i*-^��<_' <ri>t^v !_^iii*_r  - Authorized.es,second doss  .' nwil 'by_.-Jthfe Pcwf Offtcc  \. _\ !%>jjfb^t/��ttawp,  WHAT Jbas'beendscri^ed ��s�� ''well mean-" ^ther^i_a_M_ial evaJtfatiGias.'.I might also^  ing group", comprised .maudy of Port iq>ma_pa to__dr,l^t; remark, make the  Mellon temploye^ and wives, bas written "fallowing'Su^esjfion and offer, them some  the jEducation,_Minister seeking replacement ' indieatibn'Of where their energy might best  of School 'District Superintendent Gordon   ,��edirected, ^;. - r..;     l -' "*      '  Johnson, it has also called a. public ttifeet- y* ^studebt discipline and-student-teacher  ing for Wednesday 26 at 7;30 pjn. in Mte 'rapppi. Is at a low ebb"' might more acuf-  High '.Sqlwol Auditorium, , Gibsons.-"    -     ;#&& feci' ".student' discipline and~ student  letter from the group <_r-theHEtoard*^f���safety'tappatt'U at a lownebb^lftiiris-Tr  _��_i t��.c.^c c+_f���c. �� >    ^j probLem Vwhicb the'Committee and  the educators and community leaders might  well,giv<p attention. In .his connection^ 1  would pose this question io those who are  in a position! to 'devote some time to this  area, "What are you doing for the student  when he is not in school?" We are working  very hard with him and for bim, in schooL  I, would also hops tbat .they could consider  .what the effect is on the student's attitude  to school on constantly hearing criticism  of tbe school system, part of which is unfounded or based on misinformation. .  Fanally I would ask the group' if -they  are aware of tlie number of'Students from  our area who were tbis year members of-  the graduating class at the University of  British Columbia,' or how many graduates  are in Honours Programme, or bave won,  scholarships or bursaries at the Ifaiversit-  ies? ,   /  ���Mr. O.. G, Douglas,  Chairman of the Board of School  Trustees  School District-No. 46 (Secbelt)  School Trustees states.  As; you-realize we liave been most concerned over the staite of the educational  system in this area. Individually' and as a  group we are dissatisfied with the results. -  In our .valuation we haye arrived at tbe  following conclusions:  1. Supervision of the svstem is, unsatisfactory. Hence our letter to the Minister of  Education requesting .he replacement of  the District Superintendent for this School  District. '  2. The emphasis upon "Occupational"  subjects is grossly misleading to both students and parents and robs tbe BASIC  subjects of much needed attention,-talent  and finances,     I    _  3. Tbe counselling services for tbe ma-'  jority of the students' are virtually non-existent.  4. Student discipline and student-teacher  rapport is at a low ebb,' t - -  These allegations are very serious. We  believe that we should discuss each point  with ithe 'School* Board' at the soonest possible opportunity. We are convinced thalt  only drastic action will correct some of the  problems' soon enough to become--ifec-ve  for Sept. 15188,  , We are "calling a public meeting witbin  tbis month of June to determine the general feelipg and ito speak to a public who  we are convinced 'b^s been sadly misinformed. Notice of the meetingVill be publish-"  ed and the Board will be advised. The  Board members, staff and teacbers are encouraged, *o attend. Pyblic knowledge of  tbis letter should create widespread inter*  *  -^     -> *   *". -* r        r*J        - ���*  BOARD REPLIES ' -  The preceding letter we, tbe Board of  School Trustees, believe is the result of a  group of weH-aneaning public-spirited people who are, in their enthusiasm, getting  off on a tangent or, in other words, on the  wrong track.  They are making some very incorrect,  very wrong assessments from their position. Their very superficial evaluations only succeed in, confusing issues and breaking down avenues of commmneatipn, and  I am certain they would be the very firsit  to laugh at someone stepping in witb little  or'so experience or knowledge in ibe area  of their job and telling them,,in effect, die-  taiang, how they should handle their job,  For example, bow cap. the inexperienced  person, however weE-meamng, say tbat tbe  supervision of tbe system is unsatisfactory  and as a result demand tbe reptecement  I,  Local members plan  visit io convention  'OAMAD3AN branch of the Watcb Tower  Society has selected tbe across-the-riyer  towns of Haney and Ciulliwack as simultaneous convention sites for -.COO Jehovah's  Witnesses expected to attend the "Good  News for All Nations" conference July  11-14. Delegates are expected from greater  Vancouver, tbe fraser Valley and points  along the coast. \  As a part of al continuing international  series of assemblies, ,local Jehovah's Witnesses bave been invited to the Haney  gathering. Tbey will devote four days to a  searching analysis of tbe Biblical record  throigb discourses, symposiums and colorful i .-enactments of Bible dramas.  -Vic. ibhn Risbey, of Sechelt, local pre-  siditg minister, stated: "Preparations are  already well under way. The initial organ-/  izational meeting saw SO key personnel  completing arrangements for assisting tbe  15 departments needed to care for the  feeding, accoraanodatbig and instructing of  2500 delegates convening at Haney Centennial Civic Arena,"  - Principal speaker will be Milton Hen-  scheL world traveller and director of tbe  Watch/Tower Bibb?  and  Tract Society,  WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26, I960  Volume 5, No, 30.    '-', ^-*tO��  Series sea stories  new Times feature  THIS week, The Times introduces, a new  column, "In Tbe Ship's Office," which  will_appeal-to- many���readers. .'The writer  r  t   s>'-\  t'i-  l>  ?% TA  . "^  i1 *  ���4       <-,  s*   1  w  .0   Y  1       ,  I. -h  MV<  '', *  Welcome project...  ie Visa  >gOU  OFPUOMILSl'of Coast Cabte Vision annm  ced today that the initial response  is 24 year old John Hetherington who together with his wife Camille and three  month old son John Jr., bas made bis home  at Porpoise Bay, Secbelt,  Following in bis father's'footsteps, John  Hetherington went to sea at the age of  eighteen after graduating from Delbrook  senior secondary school. A former HMCS  Discovery cadet, be began his career as a  cadet with Saguenay Shipping of Montreal;  by 1937 he was third officer aboard  Saguenay's Sunprincess. Presently he is  second mate aboard Kingcome Navigation's  big offshore towboat "Haida Brave" which  plies between Port AlbernT and Los  Angeles.  Working for bis Captain's certificate he  recently qualified for chief officer's certificate but still our new columnist finds  time to write, bringing bis experiences to  many "old salts" who still love to read sea  stories told by the younger generation.  Popular horse show  attracts wide entry  ANOTHER first class sbow' of interest to  all horse enthusiasts has been scheduled  for July 7th at tbe rear of the SuperYalu  store, Gibsons, and will be presented by  the Timber Trail Riders, a recently formed  group which has done a great deaj to  encourage interest in horsemanship on the  Peninsula. .     \      /  The Gymkhana, commencing at 10 a.m.  will feature a number of interesting events  during a day-long sbow with junior events  planned for before lunch and entertainment  provided during lunch break witb bareback  Congratulations  Happy winner of tbe grand aggregate  in the Sechelt Spring Flower Shojv ^et^  is Mrs, Kay Lemieux receiving the Events   include!:  Bank of Montreal silver tray.from bending, jumping,  Mayor Bill Swain.   Competition was relay, costume cla_js, etc. Final event will  keen and only a very'smaH ijhargin he  the usually hilarious  "greasy pig."  decided the winner.  Mrs. Lemieuxte TJier* "^ a3f��jbe p colt showing including  floral decollations were quile out- foa^Ji issrf^-  standing and besides wamning the Tl^ popular ev ;nt is open to everyone  ���      ^^-���      wpawj.- ..T"f.   *?w and, it is antifcipaed   entries   will   come  is Yea?  Sechelt  >  V   -  Coast Cable Vision is an affiliate of        ______     _ _.    __       .  Northwest Comm^cations Ud., which is    tray andl the H. P.^ Allen clip for   ?fr'Jt ^iJSf1  Barrel   racing,   pole  rescue race, bareback  tbe Commercial Survejr madej>y tbe Gabfe>e of .be-pioneer compares engaged-in-  African violefe; Sechelt's  duTxnpdon   SSmo-d'^tk RivIfZd fh^l^^til  Vision company in sfe_*<_l_ and  Oifesnns' IriahiR vifiion H_wpin-n,��r��t _n ��_.��.a_ic ^m.    o ; i i i ��. i._ I.YZ. _._.    tvrcnmova, roweu itiver ana tne lengoi oi  .cbelt  bas been mokft prom;  .As a result of lhe codtinuing survey, it is.  now confirmed tbat  FM radio facilities will  in both tbe Se>cfce_i and  year, by Coast Cable Vi  TV channelis 2, 4, S}  be carried initially alo:  tti-channel TV and  be made available1  areas, ibis  >n_  1,\9 and jig.will"  with a selectedi,  Better Education is commJSttdable'but misdirected.  In a like manner I could deal with their  United', States -.and tbe British Isles, is  titled "Man's Rule About to Give Way to  God's Rule"  dial, will -provide a very jat-ractive. enters  tainment package throughout tbe'service  arc_"= '    '  -^r  t    *"*'  'I *  I"  V.  /  4. ;��.��  __k       __��� *    ___*MB"  ���'     _. _i. -Mr  -��-���  and Gibsons' . Cable Vision developmerut in various communities throughout British Columbia."  Tbe spokesman emphasizes that, with  Cable Vision service, antennas of'any kind  will no longer be required. Color TV reception will be greatly improved and "TV reception, generally, will be consistently  sharp, crisp and clear'at all times ..regardless of *eai��hi��*'coiiditions_. - i    -  J__l      _. _ _._.      __1_...C .     _     p-0.,,  6te-  tionsW the Cable Vision system will prove  another very wortiiwhsie feature not readily available witb an ordinary borne antenna.  Tbe elimination 'of roof damage, lightning hazard, wind jprbtems and tbe unsightly maze of pipes and wires -on otherwise  attractive roof-tops .are among tbe many  other excellent features available to Cable  Vision subscribers.  Coast Cable Vision officials expect to  expend approximately $150,000 on the first  phase of their Sunshine Coast development.  They sifate that a continuing further investment of double that figure is envisaged  as the service areas develop.  Spring gardener took Jiome a host of   the Peninsula.   [Well known Judge, Will  ribbons for her achievement Senger of Langley has agreed to particip  ate.  Expansion held up  BUCK passing among governmental de-  1 parlments continues to hold, up plans for  expansion of St. 'Mary's HosjritaL despite  increasing beyond capacity utilization and  until the ministers involved are capable' of  deciding who does what, the badly needed  construction has to take a back seat.  As pointed out in a recent news' release  from the Sunshine Coast Hospital Improvement District, sketch plans have been  passed by the B.C. Hospital Improvement  Society which, at the same time, has refused permission to start with working  drawings until approval of the taxpayers  "   Two years completion . . .  >4*:*<f�� ���''$ 'yj-f .*  A.  y   ���*_  S -'trn^EjPSlHiafiBir$&-��>'*?��� "-_k<?  Getting fiot    ..���'.;���'��� '_.. m        _  News photographer who covered the   roar of powerful motors as boa^ts took   POrDOlSC JjfiV BIOVGS  '   ~*'' off at 2:45 p.m. after refueling and Mr IT  boat race from Vancouver to Gibsons  last Sunday takes a meter reading lunching at Gibsons.   Many of the  before covering the return trip while boats Were capable of speeds topping  power boats take off for the starting 75 .miles per hour.  line.   Gibsoris bay hummed to the '  Unknown location  STWTEMiENfflS attributed to the Hon. Ken  Kiernan, , Minister of Recreation and  Conservation, during his recent visit to the  Sechelt area as guest of the Sechelt Chamber of Commerce, bave been described as  misleading.  Remarks in qucslion and quoted in The  Tknca attributed the Minister a�� saying bc  was enthusiastic in hln appraiwl of a 40  acre parcel of land agreement of sale for  which he had signed six weeks previously..  "1 acted on the advice of my department  and I'm K'lad 1 did," he *.1a.*d while tour-  ln_ the former Ciwvston property at For-  point! Bay.  Inference was that the Minister was  referring to the Croweton property and an  the property he was touring, comprising  about 1 TO acres, was actually purchased  from Mr. Urucc Crowston two yeans ago  It has been assumed an additional sale has  been carried out.  Such Is not so and Mr. Crowston told  The Times: **I .till own an adjacent prop-  reyt ot 100 acre* wjbkb'ia *en'i��d,.ek*re_  aiKl. occupied by mv&cM. Tbi�� was available  to the jjovernment at the time they acquired tbe 176 acres and was offered as a  complete packaige deal on exactly the same  terms as the one District lot, however,  they decided to settle for the one lot only  at �� price of approximately $100,000 and  this was signed, scaled and settled at that  time." |  Mr. Crowston did own another property  of between forty and fifty acres which he  (told ten yeara ago, it was .bought that  this might have been recently purchased  by the Department but inventteatlon by  The Times reveals that such Is not the  cauo.  Another paragraph in the report, equally  confusing, states: "The agreement calls  for the previous owner to mainloln use of  hia residence as long as he lives." Mr.  Crowston said il could bo thft .Minister had  previously not *ecn the property and was  cotifufied at to what part, be has actually  acquired. ."Tbcrc certainly is no residence  on the property I sold,them," he added.  Present mystery is���where is the forty  atmt of lab4 tbr">J_ix_*UT dai��* be ���igocd  .aa..*|rccacot for six weeks ago?  fisherman's paradise  PORIPOISE Bay has been a fishing hot spot  this week, salmon being caught witbin  casting distance of the wharf and many  jishing tales to be told.  Terry Booth landed three fine springs,  18, 20 and���#_ lbs,, first -time out which is  pretty good "beginner'6 luck".  Freeman Smith of Gibsons out, fishing  with Bill Ellis in tty! Bay on Friday evening booked onto a 22 pounder. The twelve  foot boat was trolling with four rods; three  were sturdy rods with'300 yds of line, but  the 6almon struck the live herring, bait on  the end of a meagre 100 yd. line on a light  trout rod, putting up quite a fight before  il was landed just before dork after towing  the boat out to the. Islaiid.  Tom Gory landed k 23 pounder in the  Bay and Ed Itennic, 15 lbs,; rumor has it  thjt no-one has yet topped Harold Nelson's  rc.cord 32 lb. catch but Butch.and Tommy  Ono'fi cars arc <o be seen'parked In the  area, so competition is keen.  wiim  esMm  MEETING on Wednesday of last week,  Sechelt Village Council adopted the percentage additions bylaw which states tbat  a S, per cent charge be levied on taxes  unpaid by September 15th and a further  S per cent be added to taxes unpaid on  November 30th; the increase to be deemed  taxes for the current year. Clerk Ted  Raynor stated thai tax notices ; will' be*  mailed as 60on as they are1 ready.       '  '   Council agreed tbat In future ail buildings witbin the village be completely fin-.  ished within 24 months alfter building commences.  HYDRANT PUZZLE  Discussing the need for a fire hydrant  at the site off the Senior Citizen's Homes on  Ocean Avenue, Aid. Chuck Rodway stated  it would be simpler to install the hydrant  at the same time as the water line and  wondered who is responsible for, the Installation. ,.''.'  AW. Morgan Thompson felt 1he responsibility lies with tho subdlvldcr,, Secbelt  Lands, but both Mayor Bill Swalri and  clerk, Ted Raynor explained lh_it this is  not required in the Municipal Act; tbci  Mayor stating that the onus is on the  municipality.  Aid. Adele de Lange felt that as the  Fire Ihrotcctlon District now requisitions  on taxes there should be isinticiejit funds  and hydrants should bc under its jurisdiction. Both Aid. Rodway ami Nelson  replied that the District does not budget  for hydrants an. Is only responsible for  fighting fires from tho hydrant to the'  house.  Council finally agreed to accept the  clerk's advice to provide service for a fire  hydrant which may bo placed there at a  later date. _      '  IMPROVEMENTS  Aid. Harold Nelson pointed out that it  is impossible for1 older people to get down  to the beach from the waterfront boulevard  and (suggested a gravel ramp which council  agreed is worth investigating. He al&o  observed" that mmy people neglected 'cut*  tJiig tbek gra;. * verge, and woodcrcd M  council should take action. Mayor Swain  commented that, it'.is not up to the'municipality to go around cleaning up people's  lots. Owners should be requested to do so;  the better" a : village looks the better it is  for visitors. Clean Up Week is a. good  idea, said, the imayor, ' *    ','���'';���  INTEREST LACK  iR^porting on a recent recreation meet-  , ing, Aid; Nelson's impression was that it  hardly, seemed worittwhilc but the Chamber  of Commerce idea of a recreation centre  would imake a difference. AJd;- Thompson  commented tbat be is in tbe process of  finding If enough interest exists to form a  recreation committee in Sechelt.  Mayor Swain blieves that parents are  Apathetic, if they would take an interest  a committee could bc formed. > ��� ���  SWIM FUNDS  JSecking financial assistance from ihe  council to help with the swim classes,  Sechelt Kinsmen Club will receive a reply  from council advising that $150 has,already  been donated to the Sunshine Coast Regional Recreation Committee for this purpose.  Sunshine Coast Lions  make impressive start  H/AYilNG their first season in North Vancouver Babe Ruth American League,  Sunshine Coast lions playing In a'*_x team  loup came second with LI wins and 5  losses.  It Ira's been a,hectic season for ihe local  team playing double Jieadcrs ��n Saturdays  and Sundays to make up the required number of games. (  Six members of the team have been  chosen to play In the. North American  League All Star Team, they arc: Bob Johnson, Bob Benner, Robert Solnik, Ken  Bland, Greg Harrison and Kirk Thomas.  . Coach Don McOauley is all star manager,' wMch adds up to a wooderfttl  achievement on Iho Sumhinc Coast  ^s been received by plebiscite. However,  under tbe Regional Hospital Districts Act.  such is no longer possible for tbe H.I.D.  has been deprived of its authority to bold  such a plebiscite.  Holding of plebiscites is now the duty of  the Regional Hospital District but no such  R.H.D. has been incorporated for tbe Sunshine Coast, consequently; tbe expansion  problem has to await decision by the powers that be in Victoria to permit lhe  Hospital Society to continue with tbe project.  Trustees are actively exploring avenues  by which action might be expediated and  are still awaiting some response to a petition forwarded by themselves to the Provincial Secretary for submission to the  Council of Ministers. Copies have aUo been  forwarded to the Minister of Health SciY- ���  ices and Hjo&pita! Insurance, The Minister  of 'Municipal, AtfTairp,, the Comptroller ' of  Water Rights jand the Hon, Isabel Dawson,  MLA all bave been asked to assist in the  matter.'"^ ' 'y  Petition,, forwardedi about two weeks ago  r and as yet unanswered, states:  Whereas.St. Mary's Hospital-'at Sechelt,  BC, has utilised its hospital facilities far  beyond capacity for a number of years;  and ,., '.���',.  Whereas The Minister of Health Services  and Hospital Insurance has given approval-  in-princlple for tbe expansion of the hospital facilities; and (  Whereas all expansion sketch plans have  been passed by the BCHIS, but further  planning made dependent on a plebiscite;  and ,,      ,.  Whereas The Sunshine Coast Hospital  Improvement District No. Zi has been deprived of its powers under letters-patent,  .toia��si6t in the construction of hospital  facilities or to conduct plebiscites; and  Whereas such powers can only bo exercised by a Regional Hospital District under  Bill 76, but no letters-patent having been  granted under tbo said bill to a Regional  Hospital District; >  Be it resolved tbat.tbe lieutenant-Governor in Council be petitioned:  (1) To amend Order in Council No.  U2_2, dated April l.th, J967, by adding to  "area 14" the w<prds "except Bowen  Island" and to add to "area 13" afier.."tbc  Strait of Georgia" the words "including  Bowen Island";  (2) To grant letters-patent, incorporating a Regional Hospital District within the  amended boundaries described as "aroa  14" in the Order in Council 1222;  (3) To confer on IM Regional Hospital  District such powers under Sec. 21 <1) of  Bill 70, as the lieutenant-Governor in  Council deems advisable, but specifically  to Include the provision under ScciZl (l)c  of the said bill;  (4) To appoint the directors of the  Regional Hospital District as speedily a.  deemed advisable, but . preferably under  Sec. 11 (2) of the said bill;  (5) To empower Sunshine Coast Hospital  Improvement District No, 31 to petition tbe  Lieutenant-Governor in Council after (simple resolution, to dissolve lhe District afk-r  <w4odi��g"tJf�� of lis admJslstratkst., but mt  later than Pec. 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March 31.1968  Cross Circutotwn 2066  Paid Circulotion 1807  (Subject to Audit)  Classified Advertising Botes:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (15 words)  One Insertion    , 50c  __$1.00   10c  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous. P.O.   fofo E&. ��� ,.(��X.^,/^ffi,-h**���?$ ��*:** P^X^ y   '  --toJUaakUuA  ' - w��_ 9<u'*����*_>_t ��c ! iihnnb^ v.T��^';:_.' ��  ���_.''���._���"' -"_: ^^Jj. ^ ^e&nttful;,view., ^ Apflrox., ���2 -�� . j- n       .s- <   j  agb-ngrg. ^ *. ^    % y?     ���nm. plus.rumi^.room, j/tod,   -^ y i .y-, \ ' Vancouver,: aM.,situate Secret  beat, aU faciBtles. Across pom ���     j- ;��iiU��A, *��_<����. ' Ctoiri^ &;-D��.r__9.  Oroirp  l  ^afe    sandy    bfcacfa.- -^i,S0O.        v -. aiEafl-A ^WfflK,   . N<Wtl>i   ..- -       /     -_  fifi��Ja��to^W_ttl^J^'J^  RUBBER; stamps of aU descriptions may. be obtained  ^t^4ie^4ffies^l��bona-8S5-.654:-  Quick service*.<m all orders.  ".   -V t (Section 82)"'.(';   -_���  ', *   >,*' ,lktfD_ACT   -' ' , 'y  \ Notice of intention to Apply -  - '��� - ,'< to X,ease Law.   ���  ' In tiand Recording District  Vancouver and situate vicinity  of Secret 'Cove.  Iambs. ;:8$r2Si7,.-  8Till4fn   PISE season here: Buy your    g -t��.***1 >- , ^.ggji incinerator from Secbelt  Sti^lN^>iVsttid.^J_icaiidar, . S__3'lneB^at $3J0*each. Phone  ^^egd.VAmbia'o-'staHion -No- -$&&&: ^   ���'' '        ;i787_0  '3^1*6.., Always-in the ribbons..- ��� lv;;: ��� ,^JW^.c '_i'_^�����tr_,__et  Ffaon.' 9twm.\1''   '"'  sRw-sn   1��*��31   INCHES   desk, . almost  ;;^ scrj7'30  new.- 8SS-7KiS,-  4883-30.  BlSORTS.  CAi!m^RS,-ita}Wie'sir' Wafce  tip by |ne, /sea .E low: lovely  camlp, ground.'"  Hot* showers,  etc., also Vrnodeya ^-nits, fac-  lWtar^_oti��'i__ifb_wtt^^  EXCELLENT  cioinrtertial r?ot   ybur^ler/  _TL_JC_-f' Cb^nti^   Service.  Eaves cleatiifl and. repaired.  Ibree  Insertions    Extra lines (5 words) "_.  (This rate does not'Opply to  commercial Ad-Briefs.)  Box Numbers . iOc extra ........       ... .  25c Book-keeping charge is added    Painting, '  gardening,   , janitor  for Ad-Briefs not paid by service, old ^ftbs, etc. "All work  publication date. guaranteed. Hfil Secbett, -Phone  Legal or Reader advertising 25e    gffi-2191 or 8884I&1.   %    l&l-Wn  per could line.  ' "T~ \ ,'.". -y '������  Display  advertising  in   classified    CABPENTOE "work, %itptatlons,  Ad-Brief columns/ $1.50 per inch.  WORK WAITED   ' \    " y . '-<^ MAi-WgJp. J��j   ; s-��Mu^ ;  ^,zL - '"   . -1- ���"r-'������-. ��� <-     cation, ^evel ^nd cleared. *AJ1 ?hpj$muui  vvffldo.|_U&s. Reasonable,   *teri^.����^^#H&   ^f?   *&** ^m vWm^  p-.Mi��.r.- -_*��* Ltf^,_<kttri>^<^ g^seasonaWy *��** at  ed and basement excavated.        '  Waterfront view. Pb.>��^fl38S>,  Write Box 1771, c/'o^inin^ila  Times, Secbelt, B^C. '   ira-_fn  -mSp^S���lSfflir__t__d__tf_>r_>TWiro<^~J_i_s~    "^ ��S_r ii��X _L5S"��m_ ..WTT;*  '^^   ffirSS "McllS& tr?   wasonr^^ Vancouver;  ki.���   SicCletfaban, of 3040 ttoseberry'   S^feS'pS  Mntrf  *W^    g^^��^^��to-rf^al^, .Ave., .>eJf Vancouver,. bS..    SLl^'^iS  BOAT trailer for 14' boat. .$65.  Phone-885-2097 after 6 p/tn. or.  885^082.   ' 1876-30  -HOOVER wasb and spin dryer,  $150. New condition. Leaving  area.   Phone 885-360 or 2087.   ������ 8CE��-3r  err ftitands to afcifly ^fbr a lease occupation school .teacher, in-  of the following described lands; fends to apply for & lease of the  Cohm^o^^-afpostmiA' ��wing described, lands:   ..  %& W' fia>t^of pte Jporth fcas't - Iconimertctog at a post plant-  "w>rner "iA-pit H661 tbencp' _00' ed approximately 900 feet east  ,    .    ,.,..-* East; tbettce^SOtr* South; tbence from the north east corner of  SERGEASNT'S BAY . .100'  West;   tlifince  30o' Worib D.L'. 46S1 rtherice 100 feet east;  ���large lois o'ne %lnut^ away   and containing M acres, tnore thence 300 feet south;  tbence  rom1 .each' a1nd  small boat   or less, tor tb_  purpose  of ido leet west; thence 300 feet  __'____.      ���- ��i , .,..J         ____/_.___.      cirmmor li/ktria ci+_�� - _!___��.       _._j       i___:__��     av.__���  Phone 885-5S65,  THAVEt  ,3875-tfci  caiports,^!  evenings  8^-2343    or  ���   '  i874tei  Subscription Rates  By mail. Peninsula orea _$5.00 yr.   By mail, beyond, 30 miles $5.50 yr. WE fall da^er \iees, 'toft 4i_.es   Va'ii.duver  By mail, special cihzens_% price and   Tem^e  foabls.   E3ip&ri-          ��w.._.-^.  REALTY _�� 1N^RM^C���.  t.otory f��_l��llc  . ' .  By carrier  50c month  COMING EVENTS  GENERAL   -Meeting    Roberts  - Creek   Community   Associa-,  tion,  Wed.,  June -26, ,8' p.m.,  Library. 1554-30-  TWILIGHT THEATRE  Gibsons  WED. 26, THUR. 27,  FRI. 28  iSlenn Ford, Angie Dickinson,  Chad Everett  "THE iAST  CHALLENGE"   r .....aa E^ate Roard  l_u_tiple tasting ^&ryfce  5  from'  ..... ^ .     mj_,  latmeb.  ^Se^^iona^, ^shtog summer b_nie site.,  agea. ;>ric.d  feom  S^u.   to ,    $$m ^mNCtS WATSON  W**'' ,    * ^ated kay i8; H56S.  V_-t 5_6^rjR.M<��h faifttirm- igaB-^K & _ft ttrfte 5 is 2_)  ^8i^2,i9'r ��| =S.<.Mt, ^B54Xt_D.  ^nk.afMna'rie'ni  i ><���!-  sunny side of Ke^ts.' I'ln'ch'ase  price buys 80 yr! lease.'!.; ���  '_��_��js.-. - v._.  ' ...\  ..    .-.;���.-_  fei&ns.  y_S_J_��MJE:   k70  *-q.  ^   of  View  S/D.   Close  to  ferjy dock. Only $10,000 down.  enced, insm_d aV|d ^n_raliiteed  work. ;Phoae 8^-2109^    l^-tfn  ^ VER^dN &^N  ,    BULLDOZING  (formeriy A. E. Ritcbey)  i ~Y*a r\~~L'.-.L '��jjii*_ _4_Oj;M*.    ^ut close iu oeaca on sonm jsme    fitfrflei, '*  Lend Om-wA ctaonng   ^^ ^^We andtcbWn-r |g^{  blade-Grading and   -     yy water. $2,800 casl    *    .     ^^d���,  Excavating. '    seqmi   W.F.,   beawtM- yiew  Comoetent work  service      S0nie'. ^ ��PBn 'Mfc^ J<fin-  uomperenr worK, service      ifeg  ^^g  Fully .^^m'-a/O,  and,satisfaction built-in   eL . ranie.'   -Terraced  grounds and sun deck.   &tiine  finishing to ���do.  $19,^iM>, good   Only  $800   down  terms.  WELL maintained view cottage  with A/O heat at' Granthams,  2 bdrms. $6,000,  BUSINESS for a couple, with  8582-30  fcdrm i_b. '3L8     '  (Section 82)  lasjiTact  Notice "bf Intention 4o Apply  to Lease Land  In Land Recording  District  of Vancouver arid situate Secret  V__W PJROPERty:  i^.'x790',   Cove and D.L; 4661 Group I  roads dn all sides, good for S/D   N.W.D.  guaranteed.  Phone B86-2887  $2300 cash  1555-tfn  HELP WANTED  SAT.  29, MON., JULY 1,    LIVE-IN baby sitter, reliable,   living quarters. $22,000.  TUES., JULY 2  "LAS VEGAS  HILLBILLYS"  with  ,     FERLIN HUSKY  Jayne  Mansfield,  Mamie Van  Doren and supporting feature.  SUNDAY 30, MIDNIGHT  HORROR SHOW  VILLAGE OF THE GIANTS  and  HYSTERIA  Doors open 12.01, out approx.  2:45.  Immediately. Contact Mrs.  Glass at Pender Harbour Hotel,  8834617, leave message.  1878-tfn  SCHOOL District No. 46 (Sech-  eli) requires a Custodial  Foreman, to work under the  general direction, of the Superintendent of Buildings and  Grounds. Duties include the  development of the custodial  program   and   schedules;   coq.-  E. McMynn 886-2500  Do Wortman        886-2393  J. Warn 886-2681  Box 238, Gibsons, B.C.  8684-30  GIBSONS���3 large, _SiHy serviced level lots witb light clearing. An excellent investment.  Pall-price $1,200 each.  af*. w^j. **___       ��-4___l       a>_._>v_._*i_-k_-_' y _,_/__+- " _�� *  .solidation   and.  reporting   of Waterfront lot in best location,  annual needs in cleaning mat- nunutes from ferry.  All serv-  erials    and   janitor   supplies; ices, in 200ieet fronting on deep  direction, guidance and assist- water. Incomparable view. Full  ance to Custodians and Jam- Price $5,750.  tors; and^ periodic inspection of 3 bedroom 'part basement borne  premises     regarding v__h marvellous view and sou-  Next, Week  3-6, "COOL HAND LUKE"  8-10 "ON1BABA"  Primitive, savage, eviL  (Restricted).  Coming Soon  WAIT UNTIL DARK  FIST FULL OF DOLLARS  JUNGLE BOOK  8(392-30  BIRTHS  HAiM'NER���Don and Barbara  <nee Tyson) of Hopkins Landing are happy to announce the  birth of itheir son, 7 lbs. 5 oz.,  on June 18, 19S8, at St. Mary's  Hospital, Sechelt, B.C.    86&.-30  OBITUARY  BADES���On June 20, 1968, Keg-  inald  James  Eades,' age 70  years, of Roberts Creek,  B.C.  Survived   by   his   loving   wife,  Zoe, one son, Reginald J,, one  daughter-in-law,     Reva,     one  grandson, Edward, one granddaughter, Catherine, and three  brothers,   Edwin   J.,   Herbert  W��� and William J��� all of Van-  couvcr.     Mr.    Eades   was    a  member   of   Mt.    Elphinstone  Lodge  No.   130,  the  Order  of  Eastern Star No. 65,  and the  Royal   Canadian  Legion,   Roberts Creek. Funeral service was  held Saturday, June 22 at 1 p.m.  from the Family Chapel of the  Harvey   Funeral  Home.    Rev,  B, Jenks officiated. Cremation.  In lieu of flowers donations to  St.  Mary's Hospital, Sechelt.  8085-30  PERSONAL  FOR complete information on  Marine, Industrial ahd Liability Insurance: (ilaims and  Adustments, contact Captain  W. Y. Higg��, Marine ConKiilt-  nnl Box 339,i Gibsons. Phones  B86-9540 and 8859425.        489 tin  GARDEN   Uay~Bvauly   Salon  Bt.   Motel   A-   Hotel,   883-2201.  Open Thurs., Fri. and Sat.  1889-30  COPIES OF PHOTOS  APPEARING IN  THE TIMES  may be obtained promptly  5x7 S17/E, 1,25 EACH  6 (same subject) ... 1.00 each  12 (��amc /subject) ...   .90 cadi  8x10 SIZE, 2.00 EACH  6 (same subject) ... 1.50 each  12 (same subject) ... 1.25 each  LEAVE YOUR ORDER  AT THE'TIMES  school  standards of cleanliness. Grade  8 or better education required.  Previous experience as Custodial Foreman or Custodian in  schools or related fields is de-  sirable. Salary $502 per month,  rising to a maximum of $551  per month at the successful  conclusion of a three months  probationary period. Written  applications should be directed  to Peter C. Wilson, Secretary-  Treasurer, School District No.  4S (Sechelt), Box 220, Gibsons,  B.C. 8688-30  NEED   EXTRA  MONEY?  If you have 3 hours per day to  spare you can earn good income  with Avon Cosmetics. Three  representatives required for  Sechelt; Roberts Creek; Wilson  Creek-Selma Park. Phone Mss  tbern exposure. Close to schooL  Auto-pil heating. Full price  $11,500. Terms.  MIDDLEPOINT ��� 9% acres  close to beach and boat launching. Excellent investment. 288  feet highway frontage. 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.  SAKINAW LAKE-Large, newly developed lots with 72 to 100  feet frontage on this beautiful\  six mile long lake, with access  by gazetted road via Lec_ Bay.  Excellent terms available. Full  price $4,250. ' I  Lovely , view .lot.  Easy- payments/  ROBERTS CREEK: 123* WFT  4 bedroom home, summer cottage, carport, "over 2 acres.  Fill price '$��2,500, terms arranged.  THREE bedroom home on 3.68  acres, partially cleared, ftdly  insulated, A/oil, fireplace. Full  price $13,200.  PiENDiE-t HARBOUR; Split  level borne on 9.26 acres, all  year stream, four bedrooms,  carport, A/oil beat, electric  appliances included. Full price  $21^50.   Call Don Tait 8B-2284.  K. BUTLER-S86_000  RON McSAVANEY-_SS-9656  ED BUTLER���886-2000  DON TAIT���883-228.  K. BUTLER REALTY  & INSURANCE  Gibsons, 886-2000  The Progressive Realtor  Member, Vancouver Real Estate Board Multiple Listing  Service.  Take notice tbat Brian Thomas Humphrey 'of North Vaii-  couver, B.C.^ occupation draftsman, intends to apply for a  lease 0% tye^oBowing;, described  lands:  Conwnencing atja ���post planted 400 ft. f&st ot N.E. corner  Lot 4G61 tbence 100 ft. East;  thence 300 ft. South; tbence 100  ft West; tbence 300 ft. North  and containing % acres, more  or less, for the purpose of  summer home site.  BRIAN THOMAS HUMPHREY  Dated June 9, 1968.  8718���Pub. Jun. 26, Jul. 3, 10, 17  north and containing three-  quaVter acres, more or less,  for ;iber purpose of a summer  residence.  DAVID ERNEST  McCLENAHAN  bated June 14th, 1568,  gfi76-Pub. Jun. 26, Jul. 3,10, 17  Wjft Went  HALL foi   rent, Wilson Creels  Community Hall. Contact Mr.  Glen Phillips.,885-218?., 1095-tfn  ��lliUXE housekeeping room  with electric range, fridge  and TV. Private .entrance and  bathroom. Everything supplied.  $60 a month including utilities.  Working person preferred. Ph.  885--.50. ' 8704-30  1 BEDROOM suite in Sechelt.  $50 per month. 885-9662.  11900-tfn  MODERN     electric     cottage,  Oavis   Bay,   $50   per  week.  885-9740. 8707-31  2 BEDRM. luxury apartment,  . Whitaker Block, on the beach  at * Davis Bay. $110 including  laundry facilities. 885-2280.  8679-tfn  GARDEN Bay, waterfront, new  2 bedroom home, mahogany  panelled living room, fireplace,  electric heat, hot water and  stove. Secluded location, only  minutes from store and swimming beach. Al Lloyd, 883-2_53.  .   1 8698-32  FOR all travel information and  bookings, Margaret MacKenzie (local rep>), Eaton's -Where  To Go Travel; 886-2231, Sunny  crest Shopping,- Plaza, Gibsons.  "     - ,1591-lfn  Form No. 18  , ,    . ^Section 82)     .  LAND ACT  Notice of Intention tp Apply  to Lease Land  WANTED  WILL,  purchase    patches    of  standing '��� timber.  Phone . 886-  2450. 1681-tfn  HELP WANTED���female  LEGAL   NOTICES  to  Land Recording  District  ~f Vancouver and situate end  8683-30    ^f fftssan Road, Francis Pen-    EXPERIENCED    office    help       insula. 'htonted. Duties, telephone an-  Take npiice fett W&fel 03   ^^f ^ tecef^nJ^       Ltd., of WcouVer, 'occtffrafip'n   ���� ��cludu,g ��* ���� dictaphone^  oif ^'rnpSTSLds to^ly   ***��* P  gaw knowledge of  for _ lease 'Of the foRowyig described l^nds:  BUILDING SUPPLIES  GIBSONS-   Building-" Supplies  Ltd.  886-2642,  Gibsons, B.C.  Quality Ready-mixed concrete.  Serving the area for 20 years  90-tfti  t   .       -  lost   /.: :     ~  BOY'S'blue denim jacket, either  ' in Sechelt or Porpoise Bay.  Beward. 885-9531.       ,    1879-30  FOR SALE       !     ~  rf\ IT'S   sidts���it's   Morgans  -885-9330, Sechelt, B.C.  8893-tfr  '65   HONDA  Super   Sport  90.  New  rubber. t $200,   Inquire  Standard Motors, Sechelt.  -      8S8tt'30  STEREO Fleetwood,  4  speed,  A/M-FM, 6 months old. Phone  885-2009.   .       , .   8597-30  ENGLAND'S .most popular  children's books. Noddy, by  Enid Blyton, on sale now at  The Times "Bookstores, Secbelt  find Gibsons. 1464-ffn  SPECIAL for sale. Large Easy  Read     Typewriter.     Almost  ;nevv. Cost over $300. Now $175  Phone  885-9654.    r 1017-16:  --������--  BOOKS hard to get. Then try  Tbe Times Bookstores. Two  stores- to feerve you; Gibsons  and Sechelt. - An - excellent  selection "of finjB books Ior all  tastes.- - -    -v .   -        t468-tfn  MARINE ACCESSORIES  Paint--Fibreglass���Rope���  fCanvas���feoat Hardware   "  Compressed air -service tar -  -  skindivers air tanks.  Skindivers available for  salvage work.  WALT NYGREN SALES  LTD.  Phone 886-9303, Gibsons, B.C.  1306-_fn  IS ft. SAIL boat, blue nylon  sails. - Fast  and   very  seaworthy. 883-2CS7. 8713-31  OIL stove and bot-vvater tank.  Coast Highway and Whittaker  Bd. behind St. John's Church.  8719-30  TWO single camp beds, wood  frames, ribbon springs, 39".  Complete   with  two   spring-fill  mattresses, $30. 885-2881.  8720-30  USED washers, $19.95 to $3955;  Marconi Console TV, new set  warranty, $189.95; General  Electric Console TV, new picture tube, $139-95; used TV,  S&S5. Wanted: Used fridges  or electric stoves as trade-ins  while trade-ins are highest.  Parker's Hardware, Sechelt,  B.C., Phone 885-2171.     8594-tfn  ONE used Underwood Standard  typewriter,   excellent   condition. $30. 885-9354. 869S-tfn  FOB L3E_rri_RHEADSv.envel-  opes, statements, invoices  and all commercial printing,  contact the Times office at Secbelt or phone 885 9654.  THE TIMES IS A  UNION-LABEL  NEWSPAPER  THIS VITAL  YOUftlG  RELIGION  \  therm are three ^nuBfaa peopto  awsid tbe world fodoy who Jbo-  lce__ thst the cnlflfofiop of f&fluuon.  b fte ��^_ of God for our oge. They  caQ ifeeafeJves taba'h.  V&Haps __��_l b what yon or*  lo��-__1for.  fiahai's alt So___ne Coo_t  SDNA M. FOOTE  1335-2030, Scc&clf, B.C.  bookkeeping.   Please  rdjfiy to  Box 1918, The t*imes.    1918-tfn  For these and other choice plro-  _v,.,_vr__, .r>i o.^. __n_..+ _��,__. /��� perlies on the Sunshine. Coast  Owens 731-8723 collect after 6 1������,���^ ���_���_._+.��� ��r���-i,_., ��_  p.m.  trir  fMrth^ ^^n!irc    Mn^wnta^.. Mortol   Mackay   or  for  further details.    No  obligation. 8717-32  PENDER HARBOUR  ;    EVERGREENS  Madeira Park  Salal Pickers Wanted  Huck 34c Bunch  Salal 34c Bunch  Contact plant before picking  Located 1st bouse north Pender1  Harbour Hotel  Phone 883-2265  1449-tfn  REAL ESTATE  FOR SALE In Sechelt, immediate possession, well built 2-  bedroom home, Fireplace,  A-oil heat; full basmt. with roc.  room, furnace rm and utility  rm; fenced lot G3xM2, landscaped; nice garden area with  fruit lrees. Close to school, bus,  shopping centre, beach ajnd  park, No reduction after June  30th. Write Box 61, Sechelt,  H.C.,  Phone 885-0555.        8(503-30  BLOCK BROS,  Phone Mr. Good G81-97W collect  or 73<M>m.  For fast service on all proper-  Ties nod businesses,  WE TRADE HOMES  17ar>-.-n  SUN COAST ACRES  (Above Wakefield)  Only .1 selectively cleared view  lots remaining.   Call  Dal  Brynelsen, C4i��-3��.l or fifft-KKM,  MacGREGOR PACIFIC  REALTY LTD.  Phone 688 3501  CM hours).  0035-30  Frank Lewis at Gibsons office,  88679900. '.'���  FINLAY REALTY LTD.  Gibsons        and    ��� Burquitlam  1851-27  THE SUN SHINES ON  SECHELT���An immaculate 3  bedroom home on % of an acre  of parklike grounds. A gardener's paradise, just hoe and  weed as the heavy work is  done.   $_l,000.  SEC-IE'LT-~Thls is'a 3 .bedroom  home on nice lot close to everything. Priced only $12,900 witb  $tCO0 down.  , ���  VILLAGE���Lovely spacious 2  bedroom home, hardwood floors,  fireplace, A-oil heat, aux. dec.  wiring, attached garage, full  high basement. $18,900.  2 BEDROOM home, garden lot,  dec.' heat, $8,950 with $3,000  down.  NEW 3 bedrm. i>lus' ground  level entry, triple plumbing,  Crcstwood kitchen, double fireplace, many other features.  Some finishing to complete.  $28,000 with $7,500 down.  I/XTS���Selma Park. $500 down.  ItBMODKLLEI) ��� 2 bedroom;  laundry and carport. 2���$11,500  and $10,800.  150' WATERFRONT with building, l/ovel to water. 1 $17,000  cash.  HOUSE, Secret Cove. $10,500.  flEAMIiKW   deluxe   4   l>cdroorm  home with revenue house.  R'WMOttEIJLKD four bedroom  house In village. $10,000. Term...  Homos ��� I.ot,& -_ Acreage  Harry Gregory���885-9392  H. B. GORDON &  KENNETT LTD.  Form No, 18  (Section 82)  LAND ACT ...  V - Notice ;'of Intention to' Xpply;.  to Lease I^and  '���������.'.���'..������    .  ���. ,    ',.       ., l  to ta~d Ttettiibiftg District  Vanco-iiv-r i��_ Situate vicinity  of Secret Cove.  Take notice that Churchill  Darr^ll Fritb of 119 West Pender Street, Vancouver'3, B.C.,,  occupation exporter, intends to  apply 'for a lease pf the following described lands:  Commcniciii'g at a post planted approximately 600 feet ea6t  from tbe north cast corner of  D.L. 4061 ttbence 100 feet east;  Uience 300 feet south; thence  100 feet west; thence 300 feet  north and containing three-  quarter acres, more or less,  for the purpose of a summer  residence. ,  CHURCHILL DARRELL FIIITH  Dated June 14th, 19C8.  8723���Pub. JTun, 26, Jul, 3, 10,17  Ctftrrm^hdihg tot a ityst planted N.W: edrfcer Lot 2, Block 50,  D.L. 1396, <Group i, N.W.b,  Pfeto ^66 tiuiitce .N. 10�� 11' E  -f B6 feet; Mpce Bast + 320  fe^i^mmie%^b0 W W> ^60  ���fefc; ''__eftce.���'Westerly- -f 200  ffek d0 ^owitaiiiibg, 1.8 "acres,  rri.j'ie.'b'r tess, 'for the ^in'pose  of :a Vn&rifra,  ,'C.^AGENAAfe,   ,  tB:C.L.S. Agent  ftated June nth, 1968.  872^���Piib. Jun. 26, ijui; 3, 10, 17  grOAT5-,-^GIH_S  15 ft. CLINKER built boat, 25  lip. Scott btrthdaVa, v/iJb <iob-  tfdls. Good coridifidh. fe85-#B..  -\  1797-tfn  Form No. 18  (^Section 82)  LAND ACT  1     Form No, 18  (Section 82)  / LAND ACT  Notice of Intention to Apply  to Lease Land  In Laml Ri-conllng District  Vancouver and situate vicinity  of Secret Cove. ,  Take notice that , KrlMlna  Kallberg Frith of 7J15 Boundary  Road,! Vancouver, B.C, occupation Iwuscwlfo, Intends to ,a|>ply  for a Je^s<! of (the following described Kinds;    ���  Commencing' at a |K>st planted apimiximatejy 700 fwt east  from the north east corner of  D.L. 40<>1 .beocc 100 f��-e<t. <'aet;  1heiH;c 3(K) feet south; tlnnco  100 feet west; thence 300 feet  north and containing three-  quarter acres, more or less,  for the purpose of a summer  residence,  KRTSTINA KALLBERG FRITH,  Dated June nth, ijxs.,  TO9-3Q.  B724���Pub. -un, to, Jul, 3, 10, 17  Noticte o'f Intention to Apply  to lease Lartd  In Land Recording District  Vancouver and situate vicinity  of Secret Cove,  Take notice that Walter Dar-  rcll Frith Jr., of 3050 Roscbcrry  Ave., West Vancouver, B.C.,  occupation manager, intends to  apply for a lease of the following described lands:  Commencing at a post planted approximately 800 feet east  from the north cast corner of  D.L. 4061 -henco 100 feet cast;  tbence '300 feet south; thence  100 feet west; thence 300 feet  north and containing three-  quarter acrc6, more or less,  for the purpose of a summer  residence.  WALTER DARRELL FRITII Jr.  Dated June I4th, 1068.  8725���Pub. Jun. 26, Jul. 3, 10, 17  CkXW> 12' plywood (celaftic  covered) boat and 6 bp Jphn-  eoh Outi>oard, neJaWv ��0w. BOa't  and engine, $300. JPle^sje mail  jenqoiries to T. M,'[fUfinsay,  Ueach Lodge, 1080 GiMtiid St.,  Vancouver. Boat located J^alf-  mdon feay aVea. U86&-30  NEW ifflWe^lass on plywood 17'  '   cabib  cruiser!.   Bargain tor  ca.h. 880-73(68,   ;, 1882-30  14' f#BfeGi_A^S ;Vdnabout with  18 hp Evinrude motor in good  condition. Windshield, steering  wheel alnd controls. $390, Phone  885-0374.     , 1877.30  TWO 14 ft, plywoiod boats, $75  each or with SVi hp Bvirirudes  $250. Phone 885-2007.       1027-tlfn  12.t. HEAVY fibreglass  _i)at;  3.6 hp  Briggs   and  Stratton -  motor, ideal for trolling; 5-ft.  beam,    steering    wheel.    $225.  880-2&85.     ' ' 1550-32  \^U,4%'  .*���<  - ��_e il  -_^_ _._-.--  <5IBSONS  $10,975:00 full price. 3 bedrooms, level view lot, near  shopping and beach. $4000.00 down payment required. Coll C. Gothercole 886-7015.  Get Your  OFFICE SOPHIES  at The Times  CARS ond TRUCKS  10157   FARGO   truck,   %   ton,  custom  cab,  4  speed,  brake  boosters;  limited slip differential.   886-2826.      ' 1551-30  '59 CMC  %  ton pick-up  with  canopy, good condition. Phone  885-9404', ;     1805-30  1902  TR.3,  in  good   condition.  Phone 880-227*. 8001-30  1057   INTERNATIONAL  %  ton  pickup,    $325   cash.     Phone  8850513 alter 0 p.m. 8678-32  PETS  POODLE  clipping and  grooming at reasonable rates.   For  information phone 885-0797.  8G87-30  1M3AUTIFUL white toy poodle  pup. Also other cojorp In toys  and miniatures, All registered  and Innoculatcd, $75 and up.  A, J. Ayres, end of Porpoise,  Day West (jess than Z Imllcs  from Scrh.lt).   Phone' fSW-HW.  L ������-'"������  i.V->-  WEST SECHELT  80' VLA waterfront Yz acre. 2 bedroom. Post ond  beam. Db), plumbing. Dbl. garage. Level park like setting.  Good value. $26,000 F.P.  Coll J.  Anderson  885-2053.  ���'���  '^f\���.t '���  *   .VA-Vrf^-rtTM*���'" ll  ROBERTS CREEK  Three more units similor lo obove. Eoch unif has 2 or  3 bedrooms.  Situated on 2.43 ocrcs of waterfront.  Good value at $29,000.00 full price. Terms. Call C.  Gothercole 886-7015.  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  Sechelt 885-2161 Gibsons 886-7015  REQUEST OUR FREE CATALOGUE  ..,   -OF, PENINSULA PROPERTIES    4,     1   _____ .���^ ___^   **. i^ifif ��^ *  " et.jsw"*''!UB*.*t=,(^ i*" frt&hrnjjjktotf, ijfk V^W'Kffrftt-.* *^*^&^i^ .���frjwjWftS^fo  l��ew hiembefs welcojme-T  lit.;  t^:  \\  FpUfo new  active members  were wek lstill'ppbra_rig successfully.1-'  \ , corned at tbe JuneU2tb regular meeting ���_ yThe* Sliver Tea held early'J-_e at' ibe  of Pender Haribour Auxiliary to St, Mary's   bofne.of _!x~.-E. Dellar, Gardeb Bay, was  flospitai. ;_ < < .   . ��� tawst payable witb thirty guests' attend-  Mrs, D. Pbilp presided over the meeting   ing, including several new meo^ets and  and members agreed to payL tbe Auxiliary*! ,.three 'gnejnber. from1 Gibsons  A_~-l_?$_<  Hdpp&rtingsM  LASTiveelc'was.very ehaoiic around Elpb- bj^ airfehidenb -was b_!d.iat<2:30; Tbe rea- "���  w ie. Ail tbe final pre$_ira_o_s tor another*' son jforv th|s assembly- was ,'U56r sports-aw-. *   "^  ' year" ended; same classes bavefreen '.m**^ aids,' *foe trophies/were awardedlO": bfest  r'   ym  ing exams._nd ,$ome,bave beetk-tec^tpg^ fejii athlete, Belinda Gibb; best boy'6___$er   '- -' *��'  !_���_��.. oU__..^��  .��_..___._...     ._._!   /_*.* !_.__ V��__i___<m �� .in >* " Alf._.__     _<1��^am..'   i<_w<J_��_>.<.��k'.<f_.-t__._��     ��!__���_<    tr  Thursday morning a'group of. giris���^       ,    _        ���_      ���   -,.���-  in tbe back ef the.old library^nd began> long distance riirfnej* floward' Kinne; pro-  getting jready, for our babe sale held at our   JMency in sportsmanship -at _ .trade meet,  annual .pen b&me. kt 7:0p P.m; tbe public' t>aiid McLeod, Jim S-orgie;* most points  porta V^etmm -rested for jft- ._���_��-jSiSSi.._���� ^^iSra   gftf^SiVl^T_S_ V_^_*3_!M_*_��  hospital.  Mrs. Q. Sladey reported for co-ordii&t-  -iflg-_ouncil aM tbe TfirfftShop wbich is  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  SERVICE: SECHELT  Skindoy School ��� 10:00 o.m.  Church Service ���11:15 a.m.  REV. A. WILLIS, PASTOR  You ore Invited to attend any or eoch service  ' Warden was asked to pour tea. . ,-. M ...,,    .      ���  _  ^.C^ng-eve^Jne^  OardeaJJay floats on Saturday. July i3th.r^I^nc^?' lyfficEfiaffl. ^splzyyot vood-  '-Tm& *&&^i**miMed ^ metalworkand etect^c work; such  &rlatoday.^October26tb at _SS__5nS ' ���� *���*���"��� and ^mpUfiers; .tbe new.bbrary  Community Hall, time  to  be announced   wblcJ.,was very, impre^sxve, the biology  ANGLICAN CHURCH  SAINT HILDA'S���SECHELT  9:30 d.m: Every Sunday   '  GARDEN BAY ��� 11 ;30 o.m.  June 30, July 7,21, Aug. 4,18  fcEDROOFFS ��� 11:00 o.m.     .  June 23, July 14, 28, Aug. 11, 25  EGMONT��� 3:00 p.m.  June 30, July 21, Aug. 4,18  For information phone 8f>5-.793  Sf. John's United Church  Wilson Creek, B.C.  Sunday School���9:45 a.m.  Divine Worship���11:15 a.m.  '        Led by Miss H. E. Campbell  Except on 2nd Sunday each monm  Fomily Service���11:15 a.m.  Divine Service���3:30 p.m.  Led by Rev. W. M. Cameron  For further information  Phone 885.9744    '  latere  .Hospital Weefc,beld during May was an  outstanding success, new active members  are: Mesdames B. Biggins, J. N. Ramsay,  John (Donnelly, JPred Donley; M. Wolpert  and Gi^eme West.  . Assoeiate' menibers who joined during  the week are:' Mesdabies Constance Harper, C. R. Anderson, J. Maddess, John  Haddock. J, P. Teddingham, C. S. Lenings,  A. Aitcbison, Anne ilvtable'r, Florence Bark-  ley, Robert'MateKay, Gail Wbyte, Joyce  Burnett, JDon Cameron, L. Kilbom, C. G.  Robinson, ��� John Bosch', K. Wright, Mary  Wright, C. Saunders and Miss Judith  Mei^dilb.   .  As tbe meeting was the last before  summed vacation, Mrs. Pbilp wished members a happy holiday and expressed a wish  tbat Siey return refreshed and ready for a  busy fall'and winter season. I .  lab, which had a dissected' pig and various,  other specimensi and the hew commerce^  wing which will be opened for use in September, The bake sale began at seven and  at eight the program in _he gym.-  After _Ir. -Potter welcomed everyone,  Kim Inglis; The Silver^E, awarded to any  -pfersonr-who-bas ^contributed- tbe "most"  sports' and is won by only a few, was won  this year by Ken Johnson. The small E's,  middle E's and large E's were -awarded to  those achieving' the points required. After  tbe sports awards were presented, tbe coaches of tbis year's teams, who really put a  'lot ef time and effort into helpipng our students, were given plaques in appreciation  from the-teams and house reps. Rita Ono  presented Mr. Camozzi; Jill Cobleigh, Mr.  Bjornson; and Godfrey Robinson, Mike Cle-  For basketball,  Girls, Barbara  participation tlEWe~I&Jiw_ S_Und"flr__k' Cameron;~Jtv Boys,' Martin * Donley; Jr.  Meet and theiljrack^and Field at Texada, ,.Girls, Gwen Kingston,  medals were issued toihe following people; " 'YTrade fcnd field awards were issued to  Sr. Boys, Ken' Bathgaie; Sr. Girls," Hazel John Cameroji, cross country 'winners were  Wray; Jr. B*.ysf-.Wayne,Walker; Jr. Girls, John Cameron and Bruce Cameron and for  Janice .Wiley.-- -.',     "   > > '.       '   _ cheerleading, Elaine Moffat,    ���  'hepHaidas were Ihe-rwinners-Tof-thifs StudeBts-who-proved-their-reli'ability by  Wolfgang Buckhorn played a few selections  .on the aeoiaion, Kim and Kevin Walters; mor^. +gL v-Ki-��oir; ����ri -��-��_..i.��, tr��^i.:��<.  played a duet _n the violin and clarinet^ ^i^^^^^^S^t  U eame tbe. fashion show which was and Belulda Gjbb ��ave Mrs- *"****** *  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undenominational)  Sundoy School 10:00 a.m.  Church Service ,11:15 a_n.  Evening Service 7:30 p.m.  PASTOR REV. S. CASSELLS  DaWs Bay Rood and Arbutus  (2 blocks up from Hishwoy)  which  presented by Miss ICauase, the textiles teacher. The models were ��om each grade  with Rita Ono doing the commentary. After this, Karen Karateew played tbe piano,.  Nona Veale and, Carol Olson jsang and played tbe piatio. Mr. Camozzi, Our junior math  teacher, .played a few selections on bis  Chordavox, an electrified accordion, whieb ,  - produced a wide variety of sounds. Tbe  last item on ithe program was a cake auc-,  tion with Mr. Benner" from Sechelt as the t  auctioneer. The highest bid was $8.75 for a  father's 'day cake. Next was a bouse cake,  made by Mrs; Volen which went for $8.50,  The bake sale netted approximately $105,00  for tbe Students Council.  ��� After the program, a display in the >  typing room attracted a large crowd. Girls  j&iom tbe commerce classes were operating ^  the different business machines used at our'  school. Ibis year's Open House proved to  be very succe&4M.  On Friday, tbe finah assembly attended ���  CRANK -. DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  Jtol Blpck - Gibsons  Eyery Wednesday   886-2248   TASELLA SHOPP  Ladfes> - Men's- Children's Wear  Yard Goods - Bedding - Linens  Dial 885-9331 - Sechelt, 8.C.  John Hind-Smith  REFRIGERATION  PORT MELLON  TO PENDER HARBOUR  Phone 886-2231  from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Res. 886.9949  BRIAN'S DRIVE-IN  :he 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. & Grartdview Ave.  P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.  \  L. & H. SWANSON LTD.  Septic Tonics and Drain Fields- Backhoe and  Front End Loader Work.  Screened Cement Gravel - Fill and Road Gravel  Phone 885-9666 - Box 172 - Sechelt  <��������        ���IIHIhl    1^_|_��_____T__________^��^I____.^_____��^��_____��-^B��________________  MADEIRA MARINA  Madeira Park, B.C.  Vour OMC Service Centre - Peninsula Evlnrudo  Dealer - Cabins - Trailers & Hook-up -Camp  Sites - Trailer Court - Launching Ramp  Phone 883-2266  M      _-  ���"'   l--��ll'-_1��""__-*_-"_������_�������� I   I   _lllllll-__--___PII"_"ll-l    .___���_�������������� -��� ���   >-��H"  OCEANS1DE FURNITURE  AND CABINET SHOP  Custom cabinetry for home and of flea  Kitchen Specialists ,    ,  R. BSrfdn, Beach Ave., Roberta -reek  Phone 886-2551  For Your Fuel Supplies  Danny Wheeler  Your  IMPERIAL ESSO DEALER  ,   886-9663 - Hopkins Landing  GIBSONS HARDWARE LTD.  Your Marshall Wells  Dealership.  Phohe 886-2442 - Gibsons, B.C.  Scows ��� Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  LTD.  Heavy Equipment Maying & Log Towing  I L. HIGGS  j       Phone 885-9425  THE TOGGERY  Ladies' and Children's Wear  Open six days a week  Phone 885-206.3  Cowrie Street, Sechelt  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  GIBSONS ,  ESSO OIL FURNACES  No down payment - Bank interest -  Ten years to pay  Complete line of appliances  For free estimate���Call 886-2728  TWIN CREEK LUMBER  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  \ Dial 886-2808  When You Need Building Supplies  Give Us A Gill.  FR��E ESTIMATES  BOAT OWNERS  l ��� ���  Consult Capt. W. Y. Higgs  Box 339. Gibsons, B.C. ��� 006-9546  Re INSURANCE CLAIMS  , BOAT��rSAL-S   1   PENINSULA SEPTIC TANK  SERVICE i  Prompt - Effective - On The Spot  Service.  Call 886-9533 or 886-7071 after  5:30 p.m.  tfully Insured  C & S SALES  SECHELT, B.C.  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE  HOME-FURNISHINGS  Phone 885-9713  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. fo 5 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday  PENINSULA CLEANERS  / 1521 Gower Pt. Road  886-2200 Gibsons  FOR YOUR FAMILY DRY CLEANING NEEDS  HOWE SOUND 5-10-15. STORE  1589 Marine - Gibsons - 886-9852  Everything from Needles to  School Supplies  Bernina & Omega  Soles, Parts, Service  LEN WRAY'S TRANSf ER  Household Moving & Storage  Phono 886-2664     1     R.R. 1 Gibsons  Cdniinercial Printing  SEE  (  ��-1 times  SUNSHINE  EWING  ERVICE  FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION  REPAIRS AND SERVICE ON ALL. MAKES  Mrs. Mona Ha vies - 885-9740  WIGARD'S SEWING CENTRE  Authorized  Singer Sewing Machine Dealer  Cowrie St. - Sechelt - Ph. 885-9345  McPHEDRAN ELECTRIC LTD.  Residential - Commercial  Industrial Wiring  Electric Heating Specialists  Gibsons 006-9609  Serving Port Mellon to Pender Harbour  At tfea Sign ot tho Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  Bt MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop ��� Arc and Acty WeWint  Steel Fabrication ��� Marino Woyi  Automotlva ond Marina Repair*  $#a!MwJ_l  Motw# StetiMB '  nwM.tS_>772l.. . ,I_mlIti-ffSi, ��lS-fl32��  BELAIR CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY  REUPHOLSTERING - RESTYLING  CUSTOM DESIGNED FURNITURE  DRAPERIES  Phone 886-2873 after 6 p.m.  UNSHINE AUTO GLASS  COAST REPLACEMENT  'ERVICE LTD.      A SPECIALTY  COLLISION REPAIRS  24 HOUR TOWING���886:2811  Wilson Creek, B.C. - 885-9466  Tailored Suits   by Drapeshire  Work and Dress Clothing  Accessories - Jewelry  Watch Repairs - Timex Watches  MARINE MEN'S WEAR  1585 Marine r Phone 886-2116  READY-MIX CONCRETE AND  BUILDING SUPPLIES  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 -  Grave!, Navvy & Fill  A SIMPKINS���-85-2132  BRICKLAYING  W   ���__���_��..������������ll-._ll-._l-     !���__���_������i|H>    ���IWH.IW"   II��� ll_������-WWII-I���^ 111    IHI-I    ���������  GIBSON GIRL BEAUTY SALON  Gibsons V2Il-ft-  txperts at cuts, cdiffs atjd colour  Custom Perms ���- Phone 886-2120  (CLOSED MONDAY)  ���    Phone 885-2062 I  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS  ,     APPLIANCES ��� ELECTRIC HEAT  Phono 885-2062  ROY 8. WA6ENAAR  B.C. Land Surveyors  Marine Building - Sechelt  8S5-2332 or ZEnltU 6430  CHALET UPHOLSTERY  Davis Bay  Free Estimates  Samples Brought to your homo  HAL AND MAY AUBIN      885-9575  CONTROLLED BLASTING  FREE ESTIMATES  FRED DONLEY  Pewdet HaAour.-083-2403   gift and a bouquet of roses.  This is Mrs. Blehardson's final year at  Elphie. To complete the assembly this  year's students council, president, Steve  McCourl, presented Mr/Trueman, who is  retiring, with a beautiful barbecue from  the students council association. Mr. Potter  gave him a huge scroll which had as many  of til�� names of students who had gone to  school here since Mr. Tnfeman came as  records allowed. Many thanks to Mrs. Day  for ber time in collecting the names.  year's House Trophy., .^Points were gained  from activities such as basketball, volleyball, floor liocftey, handfiall and' contributions to ihe pentiy drivel      '  Awards in 'basketball were issued to:  Ken Bathgate, ^e i>est offensive, player;  John Welseh, tiie 'best" defensive player;  Eoy Warnock/.whorleit school,during the  year, deserve^* honorable mention. Best  offensive jplayer foc.Sr. Crirls was Wendy  Hiaiely and btest defensive player was Gail  Delier. For tbe,Juniors a most valuable  playejr award was issued. These were won  by Wayne Walker anjl Gtwen Kingston.  Ah -award was given for those students  wbo thougb hot necessarily the best players  could always* be counted on to lend their  invaluable support.  This year's (winner of the Frances Fleming Award for .-Top Female Athlete was  won by We^dy Hafcely, Bernie Vallee  Award for Top Male Athlete was won by  John Cameron.    ,  Crests' arid Bars ' for participation in  basketball, volleyball,J track and field,  cross country and cheerleading ��� were won  New technique  "Information?" to be passed  July 2, B.C. Tel states  TELEPHONE information operators in the  B.C. Telephone Company system will  become "directory assistance" operators,  effective July Z, Cordon F. Ma.Farlane,  the comfcahy's 'operations vice^resident  has aiinoun'ced.  'Mr. MacFarlane said the new procedure  is being adopted throughout the company's  system following successful experimental  use of it in Victoria since last December.  He siid the change in Victoria has  helped to "check the __pid increase in volume of calls to thfe directory information  centre and has enabled the company to  provide a better level of directory assistance sendee, 1  The change means that when'customers  dial "113" to obtain telephone listings  operators will answer with the phrase  "directory assistance*' rather'than with the  word "information," which currently is  used.  It also will mean that wheV,providing  the numbers requested, the operators will  use one of two new phrases.  When the rmmtoer requested is iisted in  the telephone directory, the operator will  state; "The number; in your directory is,"  and then provide the number. When the  requested number,!! not jn tbe directory,  the operator will advise; "That is a new  number. If you would care ' to make " a  note of it, .the number -is (number),"  Mr. MacFarlane said tbat to help make  il easier for telephone, customers to note  these new listings and to keep handy the  numbers they^all frequently, thecejht>any  is' distributing with - its June customer  statements a ^'directory assistance" note  card with spals. for writing fn these numbers.     "  turning up every day of tbe school year  tfere rewarded fdr their fMarseyeranee by  receiving perfect attendance awards. Winners were .Wendy Hately, who incidentally  hasn't misled a day for seven years, Kirk  Norihrup and Debbie Scoular.,      ,   ,  . Winners of citizenship awards this year  were Claire Donley, Kathy <Mackay, Cheryl  Clay, Martin Donley, Jackie Griffith, April  Walker, Vicki Pocterant, Bruce Cameron,  Joey Bousseau, Carol Lee and Debbie  Scoular.^  Service award?"were issued to stulents  who gave much of their free time to school  and classroom projects. Winners were  Mary Brown, Sandra Siebert, Sally Hyatt  and Jo Sundquist.  -, Michael Phillips Service Award was  given to the student who gave the most  useful service to the schooL -This,year's  winner was Terry Cameron.  Academic awards were given" to the  students who remained on the honor roll  the whole year. These students were Kathy  Mackay, Darlene Dubois and Sally Hyatt.  SPECIAL PRESENTATIONS  ��� Subject Awards; French, Darlene Dubois; Boys Home Ec��� Baymond Griffith.  "Ordre de la Grande Bouche" presented  by Mr, Tiernan to deserving members of  m> classes. Gifts' to Mr, Anderson, Mr.  Blueand(Mrs.<Benjafield���Students Council.  Gifts to Mrs. Whittaker from the Gtad  Class. Roll of Honor to Ken Bathgate,  Champion Wrist Twister. The afternoon  was completed with the presentation of a  play by Mrs. Benjiafield's Drama Class.  Throwing lighted smoking material  ttom moving aufombbfules is especially  dangerous because the fuel along roads  oftea consists bf dried grass or other  "flash fiieis"- while will ignite readily from  small heat sources.  yss  TIMES.  CLASSIFIED  Request our FREE Catalogue,  of Sunshine Coast properties  BmmLi age^jcbes ltd.  PHONE 886-7015 (24 hours)  THE  PENINSULA TIMES  0;CAVATff.CV  DITCHING Af-D  THf_HC��tf.G  LIGHT AND HEAVY  BULLDOZING,  TRUCKING.  GRAVEL, TOPSOIL  Af-D FILL.  Days 8S&-2063  Nights S86-2378  or 7764  SSCHSLf AGENCIES DATE PM  ��� This free reminder of coming events is 0 service of 5-CH��_T AGENCIES  LTD.vPhone"P&1insali_ATifnes,,direcr'"for free listings,-specifying ^Dote  Pod". Please note that space is limited ond'some __vanci.-dd.es may  hove to vroir their turn; also that this is a "reminder" listing only and  cannot ~<_lwoys cany full details.  ��M��J_B^  ... 1  June 26���-7;30 p.m.' Elphinstone Auditorium,  Public Meeting.  "Are  You Satisfied With Your Child's Education?"  June 27���8 p.m.Hospital Cottage, Sechelt. Sunshine Coast Fall Fair  meeting.  June 27���1:30 p,m. Sechelt Legion Hall. OAPO general meeting.  July )���9 p.m. Roberts Creek Legion, Open House.  July 6-^-2-4 p,m. O.E.5.  Summer Tea,  Mr.'and'Mrs.  R.  Cumming  Garden, Roberts Creek.  July 13���3 p.m. Garden Bay Floats, Bake Sate in aid. of St. Mary's  Hospital Auxiliary.  July 20���8 p.m. C.W.L. Sechelt. Annual bingo and raffle, Sechelt Legion  Hall. 1  July 15���-A bake sale at Garden Bay floats.  July 26���2 p.m. A.C.W. of St. Aldan's Church, Robert Creek, Sale and  Garden Party.  July 27���2 p.m. Country Fair, Coopers Green, Redrooffs,  Aug. 2���2 to 4 p.m. St. Bartholomew's A.C.W. Raspberry Tea on Parish  grounds.  1  ^mmMftmmfmmmrfmfmmwtJJ&rff0wrtir&  wxamrm  mmmmmxm  TO  EH]  -  - -'  FOR YOUR ENTHUSIASTIC RESPONSE TO OUR  PROGRESS REPORT'No. I  PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING COMPLETED ���      ��� ALL NECESSARY LICENSES OBTAINED  1967 ��� EQUIPMENT DELIVERIES ON SCHEDULE  IS" 1  .��?���  i;c-  ��� SITE SELECTED���1967  tO?y"T!.V!iy&'  ��� CONSTRUCTION SOON UNDER WAY  PLEASE DIRECT ENQUIRIES TO  \  f 122Q~SGih Sttmf, Lfufttity DX.  i��,  _n  W5��!*(d��>��%r_'<'��w^  ��|NI��^l^)����^^fl(^  **f4 4*ffc^^��4**##l^ mm rimiiiiiimiiiiiinfiioii .TTniir i -urn���"���������-r    .������������._   ��qo^ to sustamgrowta ana.en.ergy require-, *    '  Vi*-   /^.-*" ,    ."_:r*   ' ..     i -   ' . >    mews. -   . >r i. ,_ *��� .   ^^      ;*<���,    ; Vj (%\  ?///:        ;;; $>quaUy important is the .nee^'to^ .1^4^ ,/,   -  o^^ou^^r^-iraneiit, of pjwM^^enbugfi'.  __MMta___�����W  MWMMM  i^ito-i��, Spealk  JL^xm_S��^t  courage- maintenance of .noraal/weight,  3tfelectionpnnpises, at both   other,than-deterqinaUon to work for ^j^ <di_-_��-__-_L*I-vds\in. _i. W04-< . '      '    ,,   l ; O^  :iaj and federal levels, hjave-.-   what he considered figit.     ,    (        ���-~    staejiW According to i^med ine_teal        '   -    ��� 1 ;��v^H  > __       -        r -  -1 MM    * ^*._        _ _��__*__. _-_k -���     �����**_��������#     __��_-_-     ff_f_^     nA__t__ _-___-____��.____.        _l.___.._A_-4>Mt��>��1_Arp4-_l_k��kA_     lA.r_-1i_.       _w_4<_m1      -4-_E_. rt_W_F/j_r__l_V*_  ALTHOUGH  '   provincial < .   _,.     ,, ,   . , ���,���   -.���_-v    ���-    , ��� ,  eenerated to a sorry joke, each- new .call ,      This, in effecf, is V��ry true for how- opinion, lower cholesterol levels retard the  ,fcrop of glib assurances and phony utter-   be, the moment Je assumes office hew��~2J Btage & beATt %&& ^ $bol��e,     ,  ances by.would-be  poUticians  of  aU   the party 1'me otherwise his pohtical Me is .//mtmog ^ fajmeinaker can do'to get  'parties.   '"' " ' i destined for,short duration.   ������ children  started. in, tlie  proper  dietaiy*  * - ' a  '      a-* t,     ~*   +t_   /-___! This does not mean a member has to i^ts can be of great .advantage in Ibe  To give'due credit, nere in tne cnu-   .    ��� me    ^^^ $tamb, on the contrary, adult years when they become increasingly  in m_nv wkvs' if he is' industrious and vulnerable to heart attack; But lie degree'  in many ways it ne is**����������?��f of vulnerability can be changed by mini-'  sufficiently tenacious, his personality in- .*..__  cotin riding, not one of the four candidates handed out too large a portion of  this ridiculous sludge and this, to some  extent, might _be taken as an indication  off a higher calibre candidate. In one  case, that of Paul St, Pierre, it was  indeed refreshing to note a complete reversal of usual.procedures with a statement that he too deplored political  promises as election bait. Mr. St. Pierre  elaborated" bis remarks by pointing out  that as no candidate is in any position to  promise anything such practices are dishonest.  This is a welcome change from past  procedures and there is Jittle doubt such  honesty on the part of a candidate resulted in increased support and although  o his statements could well be interpreted  " as "a new approach" St Pierre made  clear throughout his campaign the fact  that he is a new boy to politics, his  would simply be one voice and that  although he knew what he would like to  do, neither he nor any other candidate  was in a position to promise anything  variably wins-through and his endeavors  on behalf of his, constituency become  apparent.  One thing is certain, our new representative in Ottawa 'faces a formidable  task for his predecessor, Mr. Jack Davis,  leaves behind him an enviable record  which .will prove difficult to surpass or  even match.���  ,  Mr. !>avis too was not a man addicted  to idle promises but he surely was no  laggard in making Ms voice heard and  while memories are genersHsT-xtremely  short, the record attributes many successful achievements to his perseverence.  A great deal has yet to be accomplished and the actions and endeavors of  our new member will be viewed with  considerable interest. We wish him well  and take this opportunity to express  sincere good wishes to Mr. Davis in his  future career. A gesture we feel sure is  amplified by very many of his past constituents.  *- _vY'** \  :  * : "  11 f'*^#i*  MADEIRA MARINA ,  Modelra Po/fc, B.C.  Your OMC Scrvlco Centre - Peninsula  tvinrudft Dealer - Cobins - Trailer* 8,  Hook-up - Camp Sites - Trailer Court  Launching Romp  Phone 8S3-22&6  IT MIGHT be said, in all modesty, that  a series of vigorous editorials in The  Times criticizing school district education and administration were to great  extent responsible for inspiring the present campaign for improvements.  This is gratifying in that it requires  title strong voice of a responsible public to  "bring about action where action is needed.  A newspaper might bring sorry situations  to light but it requires active public support in order to institute changes.  At the time, it was our firm opinion  that a great deal was wrong in the school  district and that in many ways the trustees  were definitely on a wrong course. This  view was taken up by a group pf worried  parents and general dissatisfaction within  the district was made abundantly clear  during the vote for a Regional College.  Since that time, to give credit where due,  the Board of School Trustees has clearly  indicated its desire to remedy past shortcomings and major changes have already  been instituted both education and administration wise.  Credit also goes to the group of  parents for having the courage to get  together and demand changes and this is  certainly the type of thing which should  happen more frequently. Only too often  does an apathetic public allow itself to be  led along by the nose when the detection  is obviously the wrong one. It was therer  fore a welcome innovation when sufficient  numbers formed and by so doing obtained  badly needed action.  . We still feel a great deal is lacking  Somewhere in our educational system and  that our students are by no means getting  the best. This however, is slowly being  rectified as recent actions by the Board  and Superintendent have indicated. We  Jiave no doubt the Board has appreciated  the fact that things were not as they  should be and have taken steps in the  right direction.  Already much has been accomplished  and there iS| good reason to believe trustees are now striving hard to remedy the  situation, at the same time, Rome most  certainly was not built in a day and many  of the problems facing them are involved,  complicated and time demanding.  The parents group has accomplished  its object by securing recognition and  assurances of investigation of complaints.  We would think, at this time, that having  started the wheels in motion, the trustees  should now be permitted, without further  harassment, to prove themselves. Should  they feil, then the solution is very simple,  vote them out when they next go to the  polls.' This h a fair suggestion and one we  feel sure1 the trustees and responsible  members of the public will support.  We do not suggest the odd change on  the Board would not help but it must be  remembered, the voters made their choice  whether wisely or otherwise. Having  made this choice, the reasonable attitude  is to give them a fair chance for the  remainder of their terms.  The Times which, attends every regular meeting of the Board is obviously  better qualified than the average person  toipass verbal judgment., We feel the  Board is striving hard tp straighten out  past failings. Should future exploits warrant criticism then our voice will be well  and truly heard, in the meantime our  sense of fair play calls for the simple  courtesy of conveying to others the opportunity lb turn over a new leaf.  Fletcher's Philosophy  mizing the risk factops.^ The sooner, good f  dietary haibits are begun, the better the <  youngster's chances of avoiding or delaying a heart attack in his or her adult years. '  What mothers should remember in  planning meals are these three* simple  rules: . ' ,    ,  1. Replace saturated fats in your diet  with polyunsaturated fats as much as  possible. t  ' Polyunsaturated fats are largely liquid  vegetable oils such as com, cottonseed,  soybean and saifflower oils. Fish and  P3uLtry also contain polyunsaturates. This  type of fat tends to lower blood cholesterol.  The goal in regulating fat in the diet is  to raise tbe proportion of polyunsaturates  to saturated fats. For example, one can  eat more fish and poultry in place of meat.  Use of skimmed milk in place- of whole  milk and cream' is advisable as a valuable  source of nutrients. In cookinfe, use vegetable oils instead of butter and lard.  . 2.   Eat less food Hut is high in chol-  .sterol.  Cholesterol is a substance which our  bodies manufacture and which is also  present in the foods we eat' It is found in  latge quantities in egg yolks. ShelKish and  organ meats (such as liver and kidney)  contain high amounts of cholesteroL When  we take in more cholesterol than our bodies  need, the .excess may be deposited in the  arteries and may add to the build-up of  atherosclerosis.        |  3. Count calories, remembering that  obesity often begins early.  Regulate the quality and quantity of the  food eaten by your children so that they  will be neither overweight nor underweight, but rather at normal weight. Diet  changes should never be drastic.   A bal-  "like, we wanna change our postal address to Stanley Park, Vancouver... *  anced diet is necessary for good health,  and harm can result in cutting out essential foods! Your doctor can help, you with  diet planning.  While establishing good diet .practices  for your children, you will also be observing them for yourself and your husband.  Thus, you will be reducing your own and  your husband's risk of heart attack.  Next article: Minimizing other risk  factors.  45 ladies visit  ew Westminister B.P.1  hold Welcome Beach picnic  NEVEB was Welcome Beach Jiyeiier than  on Sunday last when members of the  New   Westminster   Business   and   Profes-  afy street seen  ���Harry W. Fletcher  WORTHINESS '  Not all may reach lhe pinnacles of fame  Or lead his charging troops to victory.  Not all are born to win a state's acclaim,  And least of all perhaps for you and mo.  Though some arc talented on fields of sport,  And others head the heights of industry  What recompense has he who falls far short  Of being known beyond his family?  Take note of those Iwhose only passive .kill  Js being here, and by their presence spark  T^)c inspiration to Snflame the Will  Of those whose restless souls must make their  mark.  Some battles may bc won by brawn alonk;  But greater ones by heroes still unknown.  Sparc Just a moment's praise for those who icnll  The fire thut'gives the temper to the steel,  And those content to staunchly back a friend  Jn times of need and honor his appeal.  For those who serve with willing heart  and hand   ,  JJuvc proven worlh, because they undcr-  Munil,  FOREST CUTTING  Rood forest jnana.KcnK.iit. involve plat*  jii'dk m> that ithe total growth on a large  area of .Jmtxr balances the volume, removed in (smaller section's of that area. In  general terms, the area which Is logged  each year Is Mirrouhded liy a much larger  regJ��n���up to ioo times greater Jn extent���  on which the growth on Jiving trees balances the volume removed annually within  tho management unit.  Request our FREE Catalogue  of Sunshine Coast properties  SECHELT AGeXIES LTD.  PHONE 886-7015 (24 hmm\  mhm  ��yywww��t����*-��^^  HITHER 'N YAWN���Vancouver family prominent in the arts and tbe insurance industry packed up and moved to California  a few years ago. -They took out papers  coveting themselves and ,ibeif three child*  ren. - The folk, went into business in a  small town outside San Francisco and  everything was fine. A few weeks ago their  daughter went across the border into Mexico for a weekend outing with a bunch of  college chums. Then the fun began. U.S.  immigration officials stationed at Mexican  border points are a trifle nosier than the  ones we meet at Canadian crossing points.  They asked the Vancouver girl some questions and she explained that she was covered by her parents' application for citizenship. Somehow it came out during the border inquisition that she was an adopted  child. "Ah ha!" exclaimed tbe border  guards. "You are not covered by the  other application. You can hot enter the  US." Several long-distance phone calls  later the border guards relented��� for 72  hours. That enabled the girl to get to her  parents' home, pack\ some belongings, and  get out of the.United^States. She's now in  Vancouver waiting tor the U.S. government \  to process her application to emigrate to '  tbe United States so that she can be with ,  her folks. Bureaucracy, the Beautiful!  NAM-DROPPER'S NOTEBOOK- One-  time Georgia Hotel Executive Nick North,  who recently left the top job at Western's  Imperial Inn in Victoria is now. the Western  marketing manager for Gilbey's Gin, 'tis  rumored . . . They say that uptown lawyer  Dougl-t McK. Brown, QC will appear on  behalf of UBC student activist Stan Per-  sky when the John Doe warrant case is  appealed . , . Pop Artist Andy Warhol is  recovering from bullet wounds in New  York,, has cancelled out of a Vancouver  night spot appearance In which he would  have read poetry to the accompaniment of  a psychedelic band i . . Veteran Vancouver CBC announcer turned executive Marco Munro turns up on CBC-TV credits out  of tbe bicultunal east a. Morcel Monro.  ���   ���   *  TYPE   RECORDINGS���Swinging   Plerre  B-rton got Into town last week just in time  to congratulate his sister Lucy (Mr��. Geoff)  Woodward,, on the publication of Kidnapped  Jn the Yukon, which means that another  member of the Berton clan Is striking Jt  rich in the Yukon again , . . Pierre'e next  book project Is a half million word account  of the history of tbe OPR. The planned book  will be 10 times the length of The Smug  Minority . - . KerrJsdalel housewife Marlon  Palm.r'f first novel The White Bohr, dealing with jfUchard 111 lias been picked up  as  a   Literacy  Guild  selection for  July,  which Js a small but mighty Jackpot for  any writer , , . David Lonuworth has taken  over an establishment In the  1700 block  West  Tenth  as   an   Emergency   Transit.  Hostel, which means it will be a kind of  crash pad ior homeless wanderers during  the summer. Tlie item is thai the building  once housed the Hock A Bye Nurwry and  If the visiting hippies look closely they'll  ��1iJl bc able to make out the MJckey Mouse  and Donald I>uck designs on the wall paper  . , . A large chunk of 1hc kook literature  aimed at Plerra Elliott Trudeau imn 1>cen  mailed   from New MlnlMer . . . Much of  the ��liake_p in the CMldrcn'.. Aid SocMy  arliseis from  ��n International conflict thai  want brought to a bead by Argument* over  how to deal with runaway teenage girK  The Jong established policy of the organl-  tmtJoo una* to deal. '*iih problems Uu��l larv  dod on the case workers' dejJus tJirou^lj  jxaitin^ channels. There was a growing  feeling among some members of the professional'staff that the workers should get  right out to yr.here, the problems were. At  least four senior people v_il probably follow  retired director Stanley Pinkerton into retirement.  #  *  ��  THE   TEDIUM   IS   THE   MESSAGE���  After lawyer Sid Simons lost the Capilano  NDP nomination to Frank SnowselL he was  discreetly leaving the hall when a party  functionary suggested he should  become  campaign manager. "Sorry, but I wouldn't  have  the time,"   Sid replied.  "You  had  time to be a candidate,' replied the functionary.  Which is why Simons is  in1 the  campaign manager's job . . .-Minister without portfolio Jack Davis is one' of the few  Liberals in the area to use his own name  on campaigh signs with escarcely any reference to Trudeau . . ." Some preditiohs:  based on personal popularity and the riding's traditional Liberalism Jack Davis has  one of the few "safe" liberal seats in this  area. It will take a Trudeau boom to head  off   John   Pearkes'  bid  to. unseat  Grant  Deacbman   in   Quadra  .   .   .   Vancouver  Centre will be a lot closer than any of the  pundits  realize.  Ron Basford  bas one of  the best'organizations going but David Kil-  gour's gritty campaign could cut into his  strength  and  that  would  give  the  hard  working, ��� highly   organized   Bill   Dev-rell  NDP supporters an edge. Skilled NDP' organizers Michael Lewis moved from Vancouver   South   where   be   masterminded  Norm Levi's provincial win to New Westminister  where   Clyde' Lyle  is   the  front  runner. But Lyle is also a political pro and  Lewis agreed to disagree on tactics.  So  Lewis Is now in Centre with Deverell campaign manager Paul Phillips, probably (lie  only organizer in any riding with a Ph. D.,  after his name . . . Art Laings Vancouver  South riding isn't all that -locked, up, .fa_t  the well organized NDP don't have a well  known name in Joe Warnock, and Tory  John Fraser's name isn't that "well known  either ... Oh yes, the Liberals will need  a dozen seats on tb^ prairies to. win a  clear majority. ,  -    'met*       *     ' '"  -THE    STREET    'N    NARROW���Davie  street west of Burrard'has suddenly bios-"  somed into the night life of Vancouver. Already a hippie haunt on .the basis of the  shows at tbe Retinal Circus (nee The Embassy),   the  street   is   drawing  the   folk  buffs to see Gordon Lightfoot perform at  the newly opened River Queen, % 140-seat  folk rock spot thait has some vague'relationship with the River Boat in Toronto. A  Go-Go , spot  called The   Factory  is  pre-,  .paring   to  open   across   the   street/any  second now. . L Laghtfoot's opehtng mght  a turn away bouse for each perfor-  mance and something of a precedent Was  set when the star heard that; the customers  had paid $3 to get; in. That's too muehAhe  decided, ��� and! ordered the management \tal  refund! 50 cents a head. He undersells hi:  self. He's worth. $3 of anybody's iw  His appearance was a personal favor  River   Queen   promoter   Bill   Bryant,   a  Woodward's dress buyer in the day time  I. , . Brentwood School on Vancouver Island is telling parents that, a well known  radlorator will be joining the staff in September . . , liquor Control Board and the  Department of Transport have agreed that  the promoters of the Abbotsford Air Show  can sell drinks  outdoors during tlie' big  session Jn August". , .'Lulu is one!  . WASSERMANIA��� Do you know what  most people do for a cough? They go to  the movies.  sional Womens Chib held its annual picnic  at the home of a past president, TVIrs. Mary  Walker.  Travelling by charter bus and cars, the  party consisting of 45 ladies stopped tor a  'visit at the Church of His Presence, Redrooffs. At the home of Mrs. Walker's  daughter, 'Mrs. Cliff Connor, they 'enjoyed  a picnic lunch of turkey .and salad. They  explored tbe. beaches and lazed along lhe  warm sand bar.  President of the .Branch is Mrs." Edith  Kessler and other members present were:  Mrs. Mary Founder, yice-president; Mrs.  Edna Hansen, sMrs. Irene Cameron, Mrs.  Ethel McFbee,; Miss Vivian Wallace, Mrs.  Trudy Watson; (Mrs. Evadne MacKenzie,  Mrs. Molly Proeaccini "and Miss Doris  Pifck.  There were guests too from-cither BPW  Clubs. From Vancouver (North Shore)  were: Mrs. Margaret Goble, president;  Mrs. Margret Ramsey, immediate past  president; Miss Joan Llewellyn and Mrs.  Gwen Stephens. The Vancouver Club was  representedi by Mrs. J. C. N. Wiltshire,  immediate past president of the club and  of the Interclub Council, and Mrs. Freda  Jordan.  From the Fanoba Club came Miss  Winifred Dennison, Mrs. G. F. Molt, Mrs.  Anne Mosher of Nanaimo and Miss Annette  Stevenson. This Club is planning its 50th  anniversary as a club, although it started  not as a BPWC but as a group of~_usiness  women under the sponsorship of the YWCA.  AllVthe. Clubs have one thing ih common,  a desire to promote the interests of business and professional women. Two bf the  projects vof the New Westminster Club are  the award of the title of "Woman of the  Year" and the award of the "Helen Grimmer scholarship" for the training of a girl  jn physiotherapy at the UBC.  COMMERCIAL PRINTING  see 7ME IIMES  xs.  m  m  __  "pb  FROM  VANCOUVER  READ DOWN  MEW BUS SCHEDULE  SMI Lid.  *  SHIP YOUR EXPRESS BY BUS, VANCOUVER P.S.L EXPRESS OFFICE MU 4-2171  TO  VANCOUVER  READ. UP  .  ���>I-_DI.  1.1   mrHU^ urriu  HUJ-iUII,  rVTTE���b  III veil  EA.r__>. vrriv-c <tt��  -WW  '    1  Dolly '  PM  Dolly  PM  Dolly  AM  EFFECTIVE  JUNE 21  'Daily Ex.  , Sun. 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Friday &  Sunday only  7:25  7:20  7:05  7:00  6:55  6 45  6:35  6:15  11:20  11:35  12:05  2:05  2:20  2:50  AR  SALTERY BAY  LANG BAY  POWELL RIVER  LV  10:15  9:45  9:15  5:30  4:45  4:30  AU BUSES TRAVELLING Tp AND FROM ROBERTS CREEK WILL BE ROUTED VIA THE LOWER ROAD, BEACH AVE., AND  ELPHINSTONE ROAD  t,f��.   ^    *. .A. ,*.   -���*),    <\     _n   <*  , A   A   ._ + ,���((   #i, i*-It* *fc rf*. *  i *h *., <H jm* (����� -*ti ^ * *f*   *  **  Ut   t^t ((fr  i*  v,��%v"*��-^'**,B _*-<* ***���*%! *M  *�����-_.t_�� *J-t*t^����(__wx<��~,^rf��ft _,  f dhf^,^**, r*vwf_l^ rf\, ?&,# I*  ***tlH�����-JIM��-�� H* >��.��  .( Mtf~"#.4 *���*,����* *,*!>$.  m*i^\i^i^P&i<fl*x0M0**tW^^ j m  i j�� f ~l ���"    1  ^^ll^<HlJW^^-'^'tliij^hyi''''''''l''''l'''' "   ' "f'^'iK. ���iT!5|.-��.'.i.i_r'i7-iiiii..r-n.'��, tf i  ....   _^. _-.     .. ~-.7..__ 'l. ...I.?." .. ...j...   .. *. .'������...rasiS-ifr ..._. ���__$__.v.���... 3^1. - .'. 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I would _. most grat^ul H you would  call me "Jack" as that is' the name by  which J^amrgeheraJiy Hailed.  - - Although I ,,have found jhe Sunshine  Coast to bp a delightful haven for a summer  vacation 1 do ..confess to heing a resident  oif .only two months standing. My immedi-  ate~stiperior and 1 haye recently taken up  residence }n Sechelt and not x_nly are we  happy,to he here'hut .paoBi projud as<well  for a new arrival '^signed on" two months  agoi The _fal*e ef. _s hid you all a warm  "_ello!"  of the Tseamahjand yaira^ -about ^ie ships  r.  is*1'* ,<���  I  lEJEAlfCif ��6 of the OAPO enjoyed anolhf*|^"j_Bi^^^tSBl3ameB ef those wishing toj  ���/ii^eifesttijg 4op J>�� J_3_e,iat A full, bm*fjgow$tkeVfr&py fSri^y/Jime J�� in orderl  hoarded iSie ferry at JUangdale tor. De# '"^^Ij.'Su^-fent haat accommodaitjon can bel  Coye where the p^rdytmrded^ ferry foxy' arrangfid^rS^^1^ 3Jj&rma4tao�� will fee a��4  the sceniciripupIndian/Armr" ' -^^V;ajl?qife^l_h.e aoKact meeting of 4be Branch!  * Passficgeisei^yetf ^t^ view^f SUverJ ��n(5t__t5fi_l3y, Jitoe 27,^when members wilH  jFalls and,,the ferry'proceed^^o Granite^ also have,an opportunity of hearing a re-1  Falls 'Resort lor lunch. Bete 4here was ^^^i>it'L^e L^n^al jprovihiBfal icohvention  choice of ah excellent1 smorgasbord lunch - ^tttyjUkms lake. , ,  ^   ^t 4he lodge, Jight refresbmenS^ at ihe __A- ^     _' "^ ' K'���a-.a.-.M.-n.^-i���,-i.   >  ley�� and a pdcnk area on lhe plateau with: *. y^chlatrisit to patient on couch; "Miere  .umbrellas ahd barbecue pits, lhe return' is a man|ollawing you. Be's toying to col-  hrip, was -by Harbour Ferries Wharf and v/Je4 tnyijbitt.;'  Vancouver, - '     ' i:   4^  _ ^  Next trip scheduled for the branch is  JJ.ly_.28 when_the Simdnne JSoast lions* ~Y*i  Club will be hosts fox a bpat,trip starting '  ^t Porpoise ftay,  up-JSedielit fedet and  through fhe Skookumcjiu_Ujto Egmont for  a picnic lunch.        ^V*';*";:" - - ���'  -y<5Jrs.   O.  McGrego'r  Cphoite  m4$l&)^  Smtoet  ' fl&juest our FREjE Corologue  |Sliei3ELf A0SH.��SES IT��.  ^HOWE 886-7015 {24 lioui.)  ..  Gibsons -���fian_3er';x~_   Comrrieree.  ,, , flj^Br;" _9efip;'" ttb^-A; Mvfir 5&riy fC^y, |fl  ___ J^-r^:,poSft iSe&XMifiEr ���.^ Wosms CL ��t '-C, Ff&' wy4 s^  c*.w aboawi' Cfeat^er <22& vgim <ato .committee, chairman Walt %gr^n j|  _6tir_ated*_-tief"��i,rlft3Mii^^^^ Kc- 'and. Mayor Fr^d Feeney.' m  tared from1 l^^ar��'_0iMv|r Bob* ���      < ���'   ' -   ��� v  -      * * ��� ,  )^ jg^^_____^^-'�� *-4^i?tj  on thein .'error'vte^t, c_t_^ki��i."__rst'  Reachihg ;into Hire >Bftsim*s, lacker I  come -up with an tstei'fesSrig piecfe ol' information. With the general eleeiton just  over ihehorizon'atid the various - federal  candidates attempfing to secure ihe votes  ot th? eteci6riat��-,to give them,a-se^t ih the  House, of< Coinmons there Is i % small, percentage of lour society denied Ihe'Ti^it to  vote |or-the-^naii of Iheir ehoiee> Merchant  ssamen who are agoing to be at %ea' for  both the 25th of June mid the dates of the  advance polls are just out of luck, fle may  sail the day before the advance poll and  return immediately following the election  but no provision can be n&de f6r the  merchant seaman ri�� exercise Ms right. to  vote. Those men in file armed services  are able tto ,secj��re a vote^no matfcels where i , f  stationed. Federal candidates take note...  " With the final date , for yeierans to  register to be eligible Lttirya ^^��&__me5_t  land subsidy drawing 'nearypje ^n-atsabled  merchant seaman again finis himself left  out in the cold. Are iho& Jwh6. manage.-  to emerge unscathed from a war where  tbey risked their lives under some of the  most appalling conditions not considered  veterans?  *  *  *  Any and all questions* coigi^utsj.ite aW  general information will be gladly received . .-- a - -^ -      . imj.^,.  at P.O. .Box 187, Sechelt  B.C %,i                         "\                       > f , .        . ^   .Weje^iie- ^b!w>   \ '. L.           - SnJitt^'Ikferina yes.ervTohr| Twenty __��3_%iH be 3bel_'_a Augfst'wiien a   vessels accompanied t&e 18 entries  Man. showing doctor his wife's hand; jgpes out" to welcome the powe* boats larger number of boats are* exjj_eted   and coffee and lunch were jserved on  "She did jt preparing "dumerL-it's "frost- vvhicli arrived at Gibsons on Sunday ^dthis^me' tftofeffl.es iVill VesrSvari-1 the wbarf.by Gibsons Chamber of  *���*�����" ' "  attemodiL"   Committee';' Cbmrm^n 'eel 'at C5ib_ons. -A large 'flotifla of -Commerce.' - *   ,  W.a1+-TVJ��rffr��M __Hn___iHr>P_f] tbat dt.A_4lP_* I     ' A ������"       ^   ,'-.<"/.-   - .   .    .   ..  yi���w ���������������)��������  ste��  O^DER p? EMSfmt StAR  I  *  ^R. illM0 ^3SS; IL CUMMINGS GARDEN  ROBERTS C!l�� W  ___HHIIW__hi^wti_W'1_5_^^  .mini  CH/ROPRACT/C OFFfCf  Post Office ddg., Sechelr . Phone 8B5-2333  ,71U.��5DAY���^2:00 noon *��5ft-p.m/ "  Tl.Ul^pAV-^-12;06r noon^to ^;0D p.hi.     1  Walt-Nygren a .nolineed that another  ^'_���l__:^"*!^^  e      lF"fc rfifc "i<* *u. *  ;*^'__l   "   L __"*-t-jSP*  a*v.**__ir*"  USSI14ND FLORIST  4 GIFT SHOP  Specializing in Funeral Designs  and Wedding Arrangements  886-9345 - Gibsons  ��� ��� S85-9.55 - Sechelr  *" % ^lJ>��*r- ?~.L?0Z ' ^."-V^-*     -^- ���-.      j.�� .^, " *"  fc  Vjlh  Autftenric West Coatt Hand  Caryed Handtnade Souvenfn.  ���-Ceromii* Handcrafted  Jcwdlety - Fishing Tackle.  .fit*, .-*.. ���  M��_-"M^���-������__-_-_-_-������-**���������__-_���-!_���-W_-^_'��__**_*__^ -_*ft__ll_-^---_#*---___l_^^__-_-_--M-^Ml-������_W__-li___��l_��-_�����_���_WM��__--1_I-I >   -m��i ������! ^ i^__��__lw������_��#_---<-���-_���������^l_�����������_-ll�� ��      - -__-���_���_������_���__��* -��������  Miy4to _fe*ita_^s^^  120 - J&.'W, ft>,X4. _ireh���!  topvejy 500>h custnoier.,  Spectof otfe��Hon'0lvi.n to  Recordi ordered.  ���; 1''^if����',_u(MLtffb<,!<i_Fv"  'ftAbdciroT��A&',^'��  ,. Wiifewiy; 1_��1  1   P.joro C33-23.Q '  I  CS-.Ei-P^IE?. :&N&' t^frflMT,  ��       * " Display ^ /-""' ��� '  * -" ~ meefr _or spectators -vvho crowded   Chryslers 'must have, averaged '60  !Tig1iteen^erJ_^teWl^h>terba  fe^^^A^13^  5^? tcLan4^   S?h^ S^e _EfeA^3 ^  tfie race ftiiwn.Vancoliv^r to Cribsons -Cma^ger 220- powered Tiy two  105   ftnnttt66. tt was the boM'5 first race.  and back Awtay-pnt on a^Jiqplay d.-  Registration dales  for swtaiffling classes  RE1> VCP0��)$ '6wii)f>ml<>g 'classes. will be  held again this year wiCh two instructors  covering (the axtfas of Gibsons, Secbelt,  Roberts Oreek, Hopkins Landing, Davis  Bay 'anS fednxtffs.  Registration will be at the following  locations and times: Gibsons Municipal  peach, _ a.m. to noon; Sechelt, in front of  ._be.,tylirley, residence, also 9 a,m. to 12  ttobp; .R'Oibepts Creak 'WJiarf, Wednesday,  0 i-:m :to p^2 hopn and at the Davis Bay  ���Whail 9 a:m. !to 12 noon; Wednesday, July. -  "'0iii";trtim ' 1:30'-p,!pi;',>.''|o.. 3:30, p.in��� at^'both m  VtotMjasY. _iahding7 whtfjrf 7 and nedrooflfs  1 Whai-I',"';. ���'.'.''���'''.���:','".',-."7v;''"!'".;.v''.;."/ _  ...k'' 7'Fces' .'''will.'_'-! :i- ,.per.'':"child'.'dr.:;$5 per.,,  ��� t&M^yV wit ���An7'poh.ted���youi ;that'.;pe'ith_rt in-  .^uw^.n^'^bnishrs.'^o^ liability; The  lhs|l^ioris,'';h<ww-lr,7.,rt<le,; fully ,��� qualified  ���ahd, eioertrffl.t evUry".''care.', ������      ���;,":.. ��� >'-. <��� ���  Fbr_ier ihfoitefl'!fi_��n^:^  calling '.the Beci^atlon "oififice >echelt 8��5-  Carllng BJack Label.  The same great beer that's enjoyed  in 68 countries Is now a snap to open,  in fast chilling, full 12 ounce cans,   '  r  r  I      SSiJIlnboU_GD,-6b!  This advertisement is nut published Dr displayed tit the liquor Control Board  crtnrihB^munraroJfiriti^wtonilua.  1  Phone @@6-9994  Sunnyorest Shopping Centre  , .'   ���   . .......  _S__:  ?i_g8��mge  DAY and NIGHT  PHONE 083-2430  When ydtir teleVJsior) set stpr>s to show signs of  trouble, call _*!'W_1I sen<^ on�� of our skilled  service men 'right to your home lo handle any  technical tfroplenr.. We specialize In prompt,  expert service!  T.V. SIGNAL WEAK?  Call us and we'll find tho trouble with our  Field Strength Meter. Mobile T.V. unit���  1   Repairs on the job. Color and Black and  ��� White,  ���  �� ; ���     1 ������  WpT SEBVIGE - PIPAIRS &APID  RCASONAtUE'   PHOHE ��S0-^f3��  fell fli if!  ; Sme Mosi^y   '  '7.'W'';^^^^toi'V  LUMBER AND BUkOING  SUPPLIES  Serving fhe S^hshirle ^oa_t  GUl.t5^ BIJliPiNt5  '   SllPPUifS'  C05-22Q3 - Ss_hc!t D.C.  S3-J3  Tho New s  Fine Cuisine in a  Friendly Atmosphere  LYLE ond OLIVE  GD6-901S Gibsons, B.C.  >___  :^W;*!.."'^ " *.**" "fYty 5#" H' **!   1 "  1 ^EVEHS TELEVlSiCl^i  &. RADIO  STEREO .B&W end COLOR T.V.  Fully equipped for Color T.V.  Deoler for  ZmiTH-PHfl$PS-RCA  'FlfffWddD'  Better "ttilah Cfty Prices  DSPBS  Brought to you by  ihese progressive  places of business  itomemsde Goodness - Honey Sundae Toppings  '���\;'''Stofk'oploo !QOQd-tois..riO hdncy for sufrimer, lr*s .be noturolj quldc^enHroy sprieod  f<*r broad, pcmkow ond jbiscuHs. nwnory children will enjoy making Iheir own honey  treats for fost-cneroy snocks.                 |      ������'���'. .1  ���      ���.  '������   ������>���������''���.���'���.. .         ..���,'������.! '  '        Homey 1$ ��>ld li> three forms���croartied, _qiiid �����__, _op_>. -|ki_.V__y_*_i''_n-''  liquid ore eroded for qiiollty by "IHe Federal Government. Canada No*. % the blflhest  quotity and the b^tfor toble use, is tihe orade found In most stores. Canada No. 2 and  3 are also available. Honey Is also classified according to colour os White, Golden, ,  Ambe^ ond Dark,. Tlie colour does not affect tbe grade b��ft listtally the .artier ^he  colour, the strbngfer the flavor.    ....,..-      ....,,...,.....,,,-..,.���   ..,..,......,���,.,.... .,,  Honey Jn the ��<Jmb Is just as the bees mode ft. It has a ''del.0htf_lly fresh flavor  opd smooth text..., 'MostiConpdian honey is extracted frofn the comb and hegted to  pasteurization tcntte��pfQture no Ir.wllj nerrvOln %h>to6xh tioti Mt'tksi^me dranulotedf It l��  then bottled as pOsfeurlzcd liquid honey or ��frilppftd bfcfOns packaging, ood labelled  pasleurliod creaniiftd fioney,' ,  For quick, fatyily-plcaslnj!) isunhrrt.r desjienS 'irtiik* up'"fheie ',surH.ap toppings and  keep on hond In ihe refrigerator. Dad Will tta^laiiloHy enjoy ^fhe Moi_y l^aspbeiyy  Sauco while the Children will "wonit fhe Honey *P��an_t Botter sauce on .heir toast as  well os lce<reom.  ' HONEY RASPflEttY SAUCE  \ package frozen raspberries (or 1 pt. frewM   J ��i??j>. ponmstoitlv  MA cup liquid honey , 10-12 monJumaMows  Thaw berriep, Ih/Mx cornstarch with two tablespoons juice or woter. Bring "berries  ond Juice fclowly to a boll. Stir In honey ohd cdrntJarch. IJoll two mlnut�� or until thick  and clear, Sllr in mdrshmallows. Stir until smooth."Stone In refrigerator.  Yield 1 11A cups souce.  M^WFY ttmtfr ���PUTflft S^SOL  .       ��� ��� ��� .       I  %'CUp hon��y (  Ms cup peantitfcutlcr  V* ctip conc-Sttftiated froren orange ivk*  Mix lngredie_ts ^horougHtyv Let VndlOW ^rvcral hoon before terving, over Ice-a��af_  , or on toast. ,'.,..,  YWd I oup. '    ' ''           ' '"   weffi_  k��'<fcW!_8��f.  Wamfotum�� audi  *pti$m*e@  VISIT OUR LARGE DI5PLAY  OF TOP QUALITY NEW  AiVD US^EO FURNITURE  Appliances - T.V. - Radio  Phone 885-2058   -   Sechelt, B.C.  I  ������;-������ ^-TA '���������]iMi'y���������':���'��� '��� '  ���-, >.������'>,;>t-y> ���-.������ <������.���-.-.. .   t    ij  Yo  Sherv/in Williams  ���������'���f'-fdhtit- Boater  .;':k\..,;.��jio^b..$86^5J3  .7., ... '��IraWij,  a���;  !  , WhWf^'  Fashion is W byword  :$mart Shoppers' are  ^ found ofT. _ .  �����ons# 0.C. - {^t��f ��86-9941  awantea  BJ*B������  S I  I  25^  AS  DAY  WILL COMPLITOY INSTALL  ;. ;:.'��'��W SMiLi fUENACE  tfU&tipi&bl with "<M ^burner,  ducts  work end oil tank in your home.  Call  Bud Kiewiti; your shell  Oil  Distribsiidr.  tv&s-ws  Bs^saatasgaaasifgg  <S1  I     '     *  .V  }  <.     1  )     '  *W*WM"������r*W^_^^  ipq^iwtop^WiWJ^  m^m^mim^mm��m��emmgmi^^^ <������llw_��?��Ml����^^ tl'~'!yj .V*#"t~&f%s&&aw *"���v_.?,5fsffeS"'*iV_��ftK.ftJ*:>,A''^^!lt,���*.  t���{v$,.' ��p/*$;'A  ~^S_4^v__^_��^wi^i  - ^  L?ty!l^^_jr^ft-_r^.^_-^^^^  ���__S^i^_i_^_^�� _.���!__.  YiW4Snj^>J'*^iS**>*t?w>  ���**v^_X^��_!__��___2__��___...* <^^vjr'MSr<,wv'r^i'wi^w^w'f ^��^^*.^ .^'^_#i?^'^'1^'^��k^* ^'*,,.ijj"'-*'-/_*^r*& ,Vv!  _*v__v^^ .*^tf^��t.*>*_^sj^^._.^y.^^  ^,"  - ?  Gi  MB. ALFRED Boudreau flew from Cainp-  " bell Biver leaving __? wife Miranda and  daughter Arle-tef, to visit her. with Mrs. M.  Hollowink and Mrs. Terry Thompson. ~  Bob and Jackie Burnett and Dwayne  from Ladnsr visited relatives' here recently.  Timber Trail Riding Chifc will bold a  Pot Luck supper June 29 and they plan to  hold a gymkana on July 7th.  David Peers of Langley spent four days  visiting friends in Gibsons.  Mrs. Molly Kennett has returned from  spending a month with Bill and Jean Iissi-  ~man-at-Victoria, _���   Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Barnes entertained  Miss Olive Cluchy of Toronto, a lifetime  friend of Mrs. Barnes. Miss Cluchy was  taken to all lhe high spots on the Peninsula in hopes that on retiring she will settle  here.  Lyndon Crkmer, who attends school at  Moose Jaw, Sask., was recommended and  has returned to spend the summer holidays  with bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Cramer at Hopkins Landing.  Among patients in St. Mary's Hospital  recently were, Frank Wyngaert, Mrs. Lois  MacLean, Mrs. Elsie Loitz and Dick Galley.  Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Price of Gower  Point announce the engagement of -heir  daughter, Patsy, to Bob Gurney son of  Mr. and Mrs. Reg Gurney, Reid Road.  Miss Patsy Hughes, bride-elect of Mr.  Brad Boser, was guest of honor at a surprise miscellaneous shower on Wednesday  evening, June 19th, when Mrs. Jean Eldred and Mrs. Evelyn Berdahl were co-hostesses at the home of the latter. The rooms  were bright with colorful flowers and wedding bells and a lovely corsage was presented to the guest of honor. Guests present.  were Mrs. Boser, Mrs. Hughes, Judy West,  Irene PuchalsM, Rosemariel^rson; Carol  Boser, Mrs/Jessie Naylor, Mrs, Sequin,  Lou MacKay, Janet Hummerfelt,Tiny Cotton, Nanette Eldred, Mae Bulger, Judy Boser, Bessie Baba, Lil FlummerfeU, Jjean  Eldred, Darlene Flummerfelt, Celia Fisher,  LA Butler, Evelyn'Berdahl and Marilyn  Robinson. Unable to attend but sending  gifts were Vivian Swanson, Mrs. 0. Iuon,  Betty Fitzpatrick, Karen Cotton, Joan Dorian, R. Boser, Mrs. W. Price and Edna Naylor.   '  Mr. and Mrs. Harry H. Hurlburt and  Shirley are being welcomed back after a  lengthy sojourn in Florida.  A birthday and fareweE party in honor of Miss Margaret Collins was held at the  home of Mr. and Mrs. William Weinhandl  on Friday evening, when in addition to the  guest of honor and Miss Brenda Weinhandl,  the hostess, those enjoying the delightful  buffet dinner were: Nancy LeWarne, Lee  Wiren, Julie Steele, Joanne Wheeler and  Pat Warn. Later in the evening other  friends arived for a happy mixed party of  games. Miss Collins will be going back to  the States, hoping to return at some later  date to the Sunshine Coast.  Mr. and Mrs. A. Wells from Winnipeg.  and A. Alberti from Seattle are visitors at  Too many oils?  SIFANDftRE)  RPM DEllp Multi-Service Oil  is the one oil fyest for both  diesel and\gasoline engines.  CALL YOUR STANDARD OIL MAN  G.   H.  (Gerry) MacDonald  Wilson Ck, Sechelt 885-9332  "Standard OH Company of B.(  .L.-��_l_mM..l...,...l,.|l�� II.....-���  -Pag^ A>6 -'��� -7--_ .-"Ifee f^_3s_��___CRii-_-_:--  !<   Wednesday, Jxme 26, W@& ' '  i    i i  i    r " i      '       i  I     ' _  the home of Mr. and Mrs. W, GrasEg.  Mr. Blow Anderson sod stm w___ Ms  family have arrived firotxi __$ PteMes-to  visit with "Mr. amTMrs, Ca_i TSSyggea.  Guests of Mrs, J, 1_. Bfyess ware S&s-  Frank Lambert and Mis, Jesse l8_gn_fi__  both from Vancouver, i ^  Wednesday was visitors _ay _t ���3__gs_s^  Elementary School and moQaees of dssMssm  sitarting in September were aBife to obsegve  kindergarten classes in session fsom 9 sua.  to 3 p.m.  , This past week-end at Camp JZSptm&t&sse  there were one hundred fastens and ss$m  -��rom-^neouver--^e-3_resiim_^^  the camp was used by the _Msiett cote  when 50 boys thoroughly earysyed Usemssb-  ves with Bob Benson, Camp Afa_la, sua  charge. The basic activities eanae _g_��r  the pirate theme���Jolly Roger, Sites, W,  Reid as handicraft instructor srsp&rsis&d  the making of tressure-c&ests,, vtiskh war.  ornamented with sea shells as_d iutarssSibg  small rocks creating many tsisdSocas effects. Miniature swords were _Esa> msSs.  Swimming and boating ware pHeasme-  able for boys and leaders aQBse, Ut was a  very happy camp time for aDL Bits- Uam  Sleep assisted with transportation,  Mr. and Mrs. Ross Vionis, Da��M s&&  Debbie were visitors with pastor and Mbs,  McLean and Monty.  A time of fellowship -was eaysyed wSsem  friends here wished the Natrrises wel __  they prepared to leave for Africa. A $��sti&  fit friends from Gibsons -were amssssg Abes��  seeing them off ��t Vancouver ascgost Jm��  25th.  Anglican parishioners tram. St. BartfixsJ-  omews and St. AMans shared praise auad  thanksgiving at the family sejrBice fea toEa  , churches before taking fang&es to BsfisesUs  Creek on Siu_day, Jtme 25 at norm, isr 8E_e  Parish picnic when a pleasant .ffiase vsa&  eijjoyed with gstoes for tMHsm oS. -M  ages.:;  Mrs. Keith Wright audi Mrs, Gesarge Kfaffl-  lett entertained at 7i..sE_rprise BoaM slssm&r  for-Miss Patty Sinith ob Moaafay &*&smg,  June 17 at.Mre, Wright's fisorne, A ^essssmA  Ja<panese umbrella hong fesimi the ceSEng  bearing gifts from those . ps_sgnft; _ BaSfa  Godfrey, Doreen Matthews, Majrybdfe HM-  land; Peart Feeney, Penny IMftamr lean  Jorgenson,^".-.Etfiei: Bingleyi. loa Bred, VBr-  ;gi Baxter, I_a_y Ba3ey^ :Mirs, G^B-inar*  Pearl ProcknowVDonna I��ir_nMn_aidir Ksnsay  Johnson, C3__s Anderson, Kay Mooare aM  Margaret Smith, mother off fflce @_agst ��af  honor; unable to attend bat saseiStig ^fflts  were: Mrs. M, Joiks, CfelSa FMfiar, Mte,  W-bber, Liz Rowfey,- Bess CSasfce, Ksna  Haley, Verna Norman, B&h Bffiasssta, ILojr-  raine McKay and Anne ThrmamoaA. Bdlac-  table refreshments were pcepsred .fegr KEae  co-hbstesses were enjoyed,  Mrs. Dorothy Hanson! was Bsasfesss ad. a  delightful afternoon tea oo Safesdasr, Jfooa��  .22 at her home oo Fran&to Boed,w__am Tat��  entertained in honor of Mias Masgaaett <M-  lins who is leaving to reside im Sara ISsg@��,  Present were 'Mrs. A, SfooiscBofflt Mass. F-  Corley, 'Mrs. A- R- Wnsganfeta, ���JHbs. _;. B.  Ruggles, Mrs. F. ��� Graham, Mis, W, Wefiaa-  handl, Mrs. C. Gust,'Mias Btoaaiia 'W-ffli&aat  dl, 'Miss Pat Warn and Miss Patty Ctett.  v. VisLticg Mrs. Mavis TpBass uecosiaiy was  her mother from Nortfr "VaDeo_v7��r;  Danny Bracfcett has reftccBneeB fingos  Moose Jaw, Sasfeatdiewao wfEeare fie was  attending school. I   '  SE^��1CE  SOLIIIKSIllCESril  Highway 101  PHONE B864&m.  *i:  tSS  SB8*^  ?.���  WATER USERS OF SECHELT, SELMA PARK, DAVIS BAY AMD  WEST SECHELT ON THE SYSTEM OF SECHELT WAT_RV/C3K$*  D^VIS BAY WATERWORKS AND WEST SECHELT WATfB-  WORKS;  AS OF JULY  1st  SPRINKLING RESTRICTIONS ARE TO BE 1^ FORCE AS fOt-  LOWS; SECHELT AND DAVIS BAY TO SPRINKLE ON THE ODP  DAYS; SELMA PARK AND WEST SECHELT ON THE EVEN DATSu  SECHELT WATERWOfMS LTE>-  - _-* i  0   *-*^A^A  . .  . >  i   *   i+i',11  ^5_.^��^"j.^j"f  Reader?: Right  Many hindrances '.  Editor ^e.Tim.^:   ,     ��"**>, - ,"  <" $ir7-For' almost' one ^ear'we tried to  find suitable quarters, to' provide a< complete, dental service for the people of lhe  p'eiunsiila. We" regret to- iafoirim you and  the many people wio were expefcting us  that'we cannot come there because of many  hindrances and the,complete lack of co-operation by various persons who own prop?  erty there.      ' ,  It. is regrettable, the people won't have  dental services-ori-thfe peninsula but after  all this time wasted you can understand  our position'and can also understand that  other' competent dentists won't come into  the area. "    v  Oat regrets and our apologies to the  people for not being able to provide them  services'.  <.  DR. E. L. SCHUMACHER  Halfrnoon Bay Happenings  -���by Maty Tinkley  ���C_ JOSE 38, at a dinner party held at the  JtaHy Roger, guest of honor was Mrs.,  1_L Surtees who is retiring after 14 years  as prantipal and teacher of the Halfrnoon  Bay SchooL On arrival she was presented'  wftfli an orchid corsage by Miss Deirdre  _B3_Bs_3y acting on behalf of her mother,  Mis, Fat Murphy who is visiting her sick  mmfiber in Dahlia.  Mier an excellent dinner of Cornish hen,  MaMsnoon Bay's pioneer settler, Mrs. Sarah-  Wall presented, Mrs. Surtees with a gold.  wrist watch on behalf of her pupils, former  pujols, Tthsir parents and her many friends.  lbs giii&, Mrs. Wall said, conveyed their  wnsiies _ior many happy years of retire-  n___cL " '       ���  Among those present was Mrs. Bonnie  Wflgan_ __o was one of Mrs. Surtees' first  5��_qh3s at Halfrnoon Bay. Bonnie was in  Cfeafe 2 when Mas. Surtees took over the  ssf-ostl in 1994. Other former pupils who  vera present to honor a loved teacher were  S2fes_ Fern Nelson, Gaven Kingston, Deirdre  IKkofthy, Louise Rutherford and Elaine  Mj_5&._��.  I&ese has been a member of the Kingston jamily at t3ie school since 1958 when  FrauSc Jr. enrolled in Grade .1, so,Mr. and  Mee, IFirank Kingston were there to pay  ^��aal toaJwife to Mrs. Surtees. Mr. King-  ssSsan massed from Texada Island in a storm  m<@T^r 'to'" be' present Mrsi'-Siirtee-'M"  yeans off service has won heir the affection  aafl Tsspset. of all connected with the Half-  SBasn Bay :Sd_ooL  13ie new ownjers o!f; the B. & J. Store.  aire 'Beta' and Bill Clarke, .formerly of  ISaiaerfe���i��__��. Hie name Of the store will.  ganaaan .w_t3iiangea: arid 3_r. and Mrs. Clarke  plan to man "it on the same lines as it has  a_saj ran by BiHie and Jim Graves for the  past J3 years. The Graves will continue to  Ewe ia the Bay while Jim recuperates from  . Ms ascent illness. .   --.-���.  tU BKIEF  U has been a busy week for Mrs. Stai  Ms_Iatli __o has been hostess to Mrs. Mels  EwerfaJl off Cloverdale, Mrs. Agnes Ferguso^  (off, Wamcijpeg, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Everett of\  FSjiH Kslls and the Moffatt's daughter and^  main-Haw. Lorraine and Lorne Wilson of  Ornish Vancouver. Also' arrived at the  , Ma3_3alt"s is dheir niece. Sue Moffatt of  CJaqaatana who will make her home with  -iiEim during lhe summer7 vacation while  s_e wiwte at the Jolly Roger.  Guest of Mrs. Roger Bentham is her  C8_a_an, Miss Gladys Disher of West Van-  cwtiez.  Mis. Prank Lyons' guest last week was  \hetr bnolher-in-law, Micky Kilcullen of  ffiuxmaajy,. Her grandson Robin Laird has  arrived from Richmond to spend the sum-  B0��r vacation with his grandparents.  New jresidents of Redrooffs who arc al  ready well-known in tbe area are Richard  and Jean Laird who will build themselves/  a permanent home. Meanwhile they will  reside in tbe house which was previously  owned by the Lloyd Camerons and John  Ferguson and which is- now the property of  Richard's mother, -Mrs. Frank Lyons.  Miss Dorothy Chowne who bas been  residing at Killaly during tbe absence of  Canon and Mrs. 1 Greene on their trip, has  undergone surgery in St. Paul's Hospital-  Roy Marshall' is still a patient in St.'  Mary's Hospital.  Annual general meeting of the owners  of Redrooffs Waterworks District will' be  held on Sunday, June 30th at 12 noon at  the residence of C. J. A. Dalton, Redrooffs.  Sunshine Coast Lions  present $706.35 cheque  SNSHIXE Coast Lions Club held is closing  dinner meeting of the year on June 20.  Two guests invited were Canon Alan Greene  and Mr. Louis Hansen, directors of the  Sunshine Coast Senior Citizens' Housing  Society.  As the last item of business of the  ��� year, Past President Fred Jorgensen' handed over lo Canon Greene a cheque for  $706.35 towards ithe senior citizens' housing  project in Sechelt. This sum bad been raised by the Birthday Calendar project.  Mr. Hansen, in expressing (the grateful  thanks of the Society for such generous support also paid tribute to the practical help  which had been given by the lions' dub  in clearing.4he site for the housing. Delivery of the calendars is expected within the  next few days and it is expected .halt these  will all he delivered by July 1, the starting  date of the calendar.  !  Bis] or Eufea needs?  What you need, we have.  Fuel for all your equipment.  A lubricant for every part.  __  CALtYOUn STANDARD OIL MAN  G.   M.   (Gerry)  MacDonald  W4mw Ck, SecMt 885-9332  -Standard Oil Company ot n,C,  <.:  'N  Ourfuluronsnnation...lhovcryq^ntyclctaxC3323..-  will depend on Vvfiat kind of c��Sac^_sait__��_a��___ato  provide now for thoso who wiU lrjfi_fBiswwra__LTfc-_"a ��i_f  good teachers aro 00 Important, and ffiafft��^ w��pia������_-__L  No career offers moro rewards, mom cftaSer^^^ w_wj��^_i_��_iai.  IF YOU ARE A HIGH SCHOOL _MJAIf,tff IKI IS Ii H__ffl_l  WSV8CAU0E  'B.C. TEACHEfiS' WWDB  . 2235 Burrard Steei Vanaswsr���i3S-Wffl  Cemetery Corner  Twenty - year - old Douglas John  ' Hughes'" of Gibsons . emerged unscathed when his 1959 Chevrolet went  out of control at Cemeteiy Corner,  Roberts Creek, at 6:30 p.m., Friday.  Travelling from Sechelt direction to  Gibsons, the vehicle sheared off a  telephone pole and disappeared into  the brush. . RCMP,. officers are investigating circumstances - of the  mishap. , .  No special plumbing or wiring required,  rolls up to any sink.  Needs less rhan 9 gallons of hot water  which you can use over and over again  with the suds saver, uses less soop too.  Unique washing action gets clothes very  dean, very fast too.  6 pound, load is washed in 4 minutes,  rinsed and spun-damp-dry in 2 ittoi*  minutes.  When not in use it tucks away in'any  comer, or doubles as valuoble counter  space.  ��� DOESN'T WASTE WATER  ��� DOESN'T WASTE SOAP  DOESN'T WASTE TIME  DOES GIVE YOU THE  FASTEST, CLEANEST WASH!  Has   a   stainless  never rust.  steel   tub���-which   will  Complete 1 year warranty, Pats and ser  vice always available.  Easy   to  washer.  rood   controls  on   top   ot  Appliances with an extra touch of  thoughtfullnessl are made for you.  TEST TRY THE HOOVER  WASHER SPIMHYER  TOD  See it a. your Moover Dealer On The Peninsula  Phcno SS&-_��I7I  WWM  pipa^^^^feS^wWsajpp  Cdwrfe Street, Secfiett  a^aaa^^^g^^i^^ii-Blf  *  _***f*_ii*S�� ��^jB!'ynii-*^> Wf. ��Mti(!. t<? i��f V  '/  *��-_*��W>*_���S_��W___��Wt~<��^^  "���'  '��� * .'   . ?      . . ,    ' >.i  ; i > , -        '    ,     . '   -     l    /��� .. ��   ' <   j   - , y  ,   vi^-li��sss",V;*'_-x* N' ,-'*-.''*' *jj*,. ,'is,p>�� (Us."*jw> - - -�����} t. vf,Vv S^ s   i   i^ �� �� /.'-,*   ���.-��."' f- 'i . V?>'  ���"''���,��> i,^A-\      ' ' J,"  ' ,\ik"'< " i- "V   **'.-.���'    ..t-v    ��  Tti       l   4     _f  a  Final assembly , .  ���'-I"..'! t-'X  V.  J"      V. 44,-J  l*.      I., ,-1,^/  ' 't*'|:.  _     j J-.4 ji      ���  -V  ON'CHGE filial _fi._m_ly.of tfce year ��_>-*_- ' intramural and extramural sports. Awards  stone . studentSv weire  presented', their - as-follows:'; ' - v   J" "  sports awards. The awards arehlbased oa   !_��*.���' J'' r     '-        ���  Active participation and good - sportsman- " T^rr E��   .        - ' >:  ship. Tbe E series Is,earned as a result   _, Girls/Grade 8: Genny Alsager, Karett   '  of cuinulative records for participation in   Fearnley, Sbirley Hoehne, Mary Muelen-   ��   : ' feejnp.iColleen Hus_y, Wendy Lewis, Darcy  -   Gregory, .Linda Szalbo.  Boys,   Grade  8:    Tom   Lam.^  ��ave  .,   Bulger, Dale JStepbanson, Ken Wing, Pan   ^Wein'handlje>_J_jhn_Hapl^ns^Jiijt Green,   '  '   Greg   Harrison,   David   Fossett,^ Roland   ,  .August.'    ' ' -  "���  ��9@  I-)  RPM Gear lubricants keep  metal surfaces moving  smoothly, quietly; cut wear.  JUL-J-  Service isn't service unless  you get it when you need it  CAttYOURSTANDARDOlLMAN  G. H. (Geny) MacDonald  Wilson CfcrSe-ftett 885-9332  "Standard Oil Company of B.C.  Mr:-'_{JgTr,m,r-tr'^ivs.wiilMi4.m85s;  I  t  i "  I  'S-  4  Girls, Grade 9: Wilma Mandelkau, Mar-  lene Hanuse, Joyce Timothy, Jane Edmonds, Hose Jackson.  Boys, Grade 9: Warren Allan, Bob Benner,   Brian   Cooper,   Franklin  "Roberts,  Dapny   McKay,   Russell  Edmonds,   Alvin  Gokool, Richard Sicotte, Dennis Blatchford,    w "**"���*  Norman Cooper. _ Kinsmen kindness  Girls, Grade io: Georgina Newsnam, Painting a house is quite, a task for  Hank Stroshein; Kinsman Bill Ellis;   f  Nancy MUler, Marilyn fMeKenzie, Donna anyone but for Mrs. Cathleen Bilod- ' Mr. Cameron Gillott, a family friend  Nelson, Karen Enemark, Diana Bergan, eau  it was   just  impossible   urital : who is  now  helping   decorate  the  :~S��m ^SStw. nn___ rr ����.   _r _, Sechelt Kinsmen stepped in, gave her ��� interior; Mrs. Bilodeau and Kinsman  R.S, SS'Lrt, SSS S3?' Mafk * clTe of P^ afl* ^painting-  Willie Takahasl*.   Ctata�� of the  - '   'I the-house a neat grey with green   service project is Mr.'Ralph Stephan-  medium E                                       , trim.' Happy with their task are'  son.                           7 *  T Jf^ls, Grade 10: Karen Alsager, Denise from left: President of the Kinsmen,''          '          "      '        -  Lattlejohn, Maureen Owen, Karen Stanley.     :   -W\  ________��������� _#_s  CAHYOURSTANDARDOILMAN  " GrurtGenty) MocDonald  Wilson Ck- Secbelt 885.9332  -_anaartt Oil Company oTB,C  asaa  Wood is one of the few materials that  can be sawn, bent, molded, sliced or broken  down into individual cells and remairufac-  tured into a new form.  May we continue for  prosper under our  new Governmero..  *  *  SUAAMER TOYS - HATS  SUN-GLASSCS ETC .  *  STMiOHY  SEE OUR SELECTION OF  HASTY NOTES - TRIP BOOKS  DIARIES - WRITING  COMPENDIUMS.  Ss        ^s        A  T ��j�� *fr  WE. FEATURE NORTHR1TE,  THE CANADIAN PEN  Hi Kids, Hove o Happy Holiday  You will do better at  Boys, Gra_e 9; Bob Johnson.  Boys, Grade 10: Ken Bland, Frank  Hoehne.  <iirls, Grade 11: Sandra Davidson, Sandra Hansen, Carol Newman, Bita Ono,  ���Linda Price, Sue Thorold, Fran Volen.  Boys, Grade 11: Francis McKenzie,  Gordon Mdlrath.  Girls, Grade 02: Lee Wiren.  Boys, Grade 12: Steve McCourt.  BJG E  ' Girls, Grade 11: Marilyn Hopkins, Jill  ^Cobleigih, Sandra Parsons, Karen Kara-  teew.  Boys, Grade 10: Jim Scorgie, Kim -ngUs.  Boy., Grade 11: Trevor Oram.  Girls, Grade 12: Sandra Ward, Jamis  Postiethiwaite.  Boys, Grade 12: John Charman.  SILVER E  Grade 12: Ken Johnson.  TROPHY AWARDS  Chess award: Dean Baffle.  ENINSULA  Section B  Wednesday, June 26,1968  ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION BRANCH 140  Pages 1-4  HERB'S WESTERN TROUPADORS  ,3:00 ��..M. - FRIDAY, JUHE 28, &9S8  LEGION HALL, SECHELT  REFRESHMENTS and SNACKS  Tickets $1.50. per person; available a. Fred Jorgensen Barber Shop;  Campbell's Variety Shop.  K��_r��____r-��  Board assistance * ��� ���  ^^^^^^I"T^^��^^ -'��--^-r-r"-*"'*",'~*'MM**M���,"l*"*"**,��-'**^nrTirniii^>M_w_^  Drastic overcrowding drop  improves learning problems  '@t��  mie\  885-9343 - Sechelt, B.C.  ���HamlinnwiMiiMi.Bin nip  PRESIDENT of the B.C. Teachers' Federation' has written to school boards  across the province thanking them for their  co-operation in the federation's attempts to  reduce the size of classes in Hie province.  Wrote Robert M. Buzza: "This co-operation was a significant factor which re-    suited in imiproved learning conditions in  Don Head "shoe"itore award: Grade 8,    many situations-"  Mary Muelenbemp, Dave Bulger. "We recognize, that in large measure,  David MclLeod {Memorial award, for pro-    vefy P��or teaching and learning conditions  ficiency in track: Jim Scortgie, Kim Inglis.    occur because of local problems.  We are  Howard Kinne Memorial award, for the    als0, aware that, in the main, such problems  best distance runner: Jim Scorgie. are resolved and such situations eliminated  Eidgeway Trophy, most points at school    through actions taken by local school trus-  tra__i meet: K3m Inglis. tees and local school sta!����s.  FallowB-Stephenson Trophy, girl that "To iii&se People go most of the credit  contributes most to school spirit: Jill Cob- for improvements made in teaching and  leigh. , learning conditions last year and it lis to  Coaches Trophy, boy that contributes ihis ^roup we look for similar improve-  most to school spirit: Godfrey Robinson, ments in the coming year,"  Chuck Robinson Trophy, best baseball: Buzza ^^ 'aie number of classesl con-  JCen Johnson. tainiflg 40 or more students had dripped  -   Holland-Harris Cup:  Best boy athlete,    frmn 4m & January 1S67 to 40 in'Ocjtoftjer  _Bice Clement; best girl aMete, Belinda    19SI-      , \  GiW>.       --'   "- *     -    i -     * -    ,^      ,,.i(The federation at its 1967,. Annua!_G��_--  Drummond Cup, for the house scoring   eSral Meeting had decided that it would  the  most  points   throughout   the   year:    support financially any teacher who re-  Sabres W3, Bombers 736,  Mustangs 570,    ��used to teaci? a dass ^ ^ students or  Spitfires 433. more).  Buzza added that federation officials  visited 15 centers in the province ���to investigate problems\ involving classes of 40 or  more. "There' was not a single case in  which a teacher considered the. situation  such that he refused to teach the class.  "There were, however, many cases in  which the teacher recognized that the class  size made it impossible for him to create  as effective a learning situation as he  wished for his pupils,"  Buzza said the class size campaign also  led to an increase in the number of teachers hired by individual boards and the  number of teacher aides employed.  The BCTF president added that tbe  federation's 1969 guidelines with regard to  class size have been set as follows:  Classes of 30 or more students at tbe  primary (Grades 1 to 3) level and 40 or  more students at the elementary (Grades  4 to 7) will be regarded as indicative of an  intolerable learning situation.  At' the secondary level, an assignment  \  involving a daily teaching load in excess of  160 students, or which requires the teacher  to work regularly 45 hours or more a week  will be regarded as indicative of an intolerable learning situation.  Is your  wiring  silk f0  fob if?  S--3S_SS______l3__SS-3____--l  ______  Service starred?  It's free and plentiful with  any product in our full line  of fuels and lubricants.  CAU.Y0URSTW.DAHD OILMAN  G.  H.  (Geny) MacDonald  Wilson Ck, Sechelt 885-9332  "Standard Oil Company or b.tt.  ��*^g��gJ  Blowing fuses, sluggish -appliances, flicker-'  ing lights may be due to inadequate wiring.  Let us check now, bring wiring up to date  for modern living. Use the B.C. Hydro  Finance Plan���add cost of changes or additions to your light bill.  MARKEL ELECTRIC HEATING  * * 1  ,. .cPheta Electric Lt��  886-9689 - Gibsons, B.C.  ^Hm-aR  * ��� V  "FSfal  ���       -�� . _^_    . ��� ' _____         " _ ._        * .   BRITISH COLUMBIA FEllfY.ES  l_w S_Sn��clyfe  ��� POWILL Ri��ER ::  SECB^ELl PE^B^SUL'^ -  FeetSve Jijine  FROM POWELt, RIVER  Lv. Soltcry Bay  6:15 a.m.  8:15 a.m.  *10;15 a.m.  12:15 p.m.  ���'  3:30 p.m,  *5;30 p.m.  7:30 p.m.  9:30 p.m.  Ar. Earl Cova Lv. Langdalo  7:05 a.m. 6:45 a.m.    ���  ,    9:05 a.m. ��9;00 o.m..  "11:05 a.m. ll!_j5 a>m>  1.05 p.m. ���1:30 p.m.  4:20 p.m. ��3:45 p.m. ;  *6:20 p.m. 6:00 p.m.  8:20 p.m. *8:30 p.m.  10:20 p.m.  'through bu�� Mtrvlca     ��Sech��lt Pcnintula bus servica  TO POWELL RIVER  Ly. Horseshoe Bay  7:55 a.m.  ��� 10:10 a.m.  12:25 p.m.  ��2:40 p.m.  4:55 p.m*  ���7:10 p.m.  9:45 p.m.  Lv. Earl Covo  7:15 a.m,  9:15 a.m,  11:15 a.m.  "1:15 p.m.  4:30 p.m.  6:30 p.m.  8:30 p.m.  ��� 10:30 p.m.  Ar. Saltery Bay  8:05 a.m.  10:05 a.m.  12:05 p.m.  *2:05 p.m.  5:20 p.m.  7:20 p.m.  9:20 p.m.  ���11:20 p.m.  ADDITIONAL SAILINGS JUNE 21-SEPTEMBER 2  HORSESHOE BAY-LANGDALE ROUTE  LV. LANGDALE:  Thursday  Friday  Saturday  Sunday ,  LV. HORSESHOE BAY:  Thuredoy  Friday  Saturday  Sunday  12:30 p.m.  5:00 p.m.  10:00 a.m.  5:00 p.m.  tlllS o.m;  4:00 p.m.  8;45 .a.m.  4:00. p.m.  3:00 p.m.  7:00 p.m.  12:30 p.m.  7:00 p.m.  1:45 p.m.  6:00 p.m.  11:15 a.m.  6:00 p.m.  5:30 p.m.  9:00 p.m.  9:00 p.m.  4.15 p.m.  8:00 p.m.  8:00 p.m.  11:00 p.m  11:00 p  m.  10:00 p.  10:00 p,  mu  FOR INFORMATION PHONE:  Langdale 886.2372  Soltcry  Bay 407-9333  Mor����tt>o�� Bay 921-7411  n��) IH')'*'  ,.    4.  r If  4.  /  _. ("r-nf^j-v ^m jn i-��  ^^"���^'���r^^^-***^.^^  fc,i(%^fcmiH��- *A> iffc. **  i^i f vfi^r  f_   ***���_._..,*%  ^ ^*v A  ���fe  __-mJ&S$&K:  *^L *5te  tif-a garbage 4^ ^c|.ed _us cfttt ��>f our    their voices brings toem vividly to life.  seats! m^mw.cAn otufbepet portray foe - p&^fii bf our Bstory is com^te rl' - 1 -C*��X *��~-jT^ v V  j^JW^tf/* ��<��to*?wtthan by , wj^��� M-Uup of So&'\ Sfe' T, '* ik|SERVATION5J PI-EXSEr  fte mournful clang of a garbage can in a    ^br^wse E�� 'Mh^ahe^sB'. LaT- ^rrr^, ���__=_!-��  desolate alley?  . jOhV clang was worth a thousand plc-  ^  _.��� i��  tares.  __?  iwtoiBMmi<��iiiiviii��Si��awwt<w��>g��  ���_* ^iS-      >_- ���*_#'   fc> V *���?*!��� 1  *�����   ia.  nejjfer.  jxer���fi��ardi;(tfie spu$_oi4^onjthej.aaf?  P^t- .i      ��lv '-V'- '" ;��M*" *W ^vK^tAdmitting a  ,.,-,. t  ��� . ,r  '^   v . ',''     /'iault means-ihfey no longer ticay.-to correct  '..Douglas*JFit-is jjot'autriiefir.,.^.'.^   V^^'ik. ' <* kJ.^J^^-^YJ^^.^,.   J.  ty __���_����� -*, ^ ^���y. _* r*t ���., ftft.v-fr^.���,, ������ ���., .V,..'i'^.i..... ...-i.7 f:l., ti?.tf,ifa��irtf&*.)$*��� -r.���*_-*��  rt"  Charmirig pets .  Jfo-Anne  Malyea  Eaph was,adopted,by Hie'  Maly_a and rErank'  learned a:  How could they, with sax inches of insula*  tionin _��_ ceiling? Rain is a ^Hring $?uad;  Sometimes tike 4hpusands <��f-friendly little  words dropping on the roof, other titties a  ftrious, 'insisteHt ..tirade^ .demands to. be  heard? $md. fijiajpy../. quiet fcestitatat drip of  peaceful resignation;    *,    ^ y . Y  i Mfhou^" .we ^v surround, cons^^  Mr.' and^ Mrs. Chris-CaUlwell^and bahy   u_deam^: ��Wl ^p*?**!? *%>��I��WR.  __iifi;-1ffaant��_hai-   aild^we^effe<*-��w__)__d^roduc_^  complete ^iie water system'for tJais area.  WEST SECHELT  Uks. DonCald-   our .i^gination? Jounds from 4he oast  vip almost from birth hsfs l>een'af   ariiinltig-and their,affeettortate ways% -^^ 0f-we5 SecheltV^^^ is a "lieutenant   <��nindu���� comple|pr#all  1 -- ��*i*     *  ' Sblv^n-g"aM-T_r_r^^'<^for-thC--n?^^ ~ ^oife" ^-^-oa>��-��-M^Sw��i-s-&  mbnttis'         -* ���                 ' -           - T*384' as does tIxe sense of .hearing. An. a^-,   T   *.    '., ,-s  .. . .                 _.��            . .   / tJsfc   mav .rlfiniff   _.  ^ItT^Irlvtam.' h-if<_i   Jtm��_  Doug - WakefaJld,  llrsr ,Edna  Fisher's  Seatea^ews Nxriesy-'~'-\���~  *'B   PACK",   3rd ,#est^ Vancouver  Cub   *ha^-pleasei^the\au^nce?with theurpa_t~  Scouts,   of r West; Vancouver ,XJnited ., of the ^program.   *'��� ' ^   -- '  Church has compfeteH /its ftenthxy%r at   ..  Howard Laiig* is nursing a badly cut arm ...     . ... ��� .   ,  Patterson Camg, West/Sechelt.- Greta *nd    ,afler ^n accSif atSttpliKtone schooL ^'' A��^;tf^S ^^f^ ."^i^^S  Stan Patterson host M^ pack at.lheir hofne" j        " ��� : ' ���     r"*!. w Fflane^owner^he feels thatthe airport would  in West Sechelt everV year-Tan_the 1968    DAVIS BAY ;  ., ,        - be a much busier place if improvements          ���'    ��� -~" "     ~  ~ " "     ?" ���*- " ' were'-made'. He thinfcs a caretalcer-should  information      _ ^_       _  possible for them.  Iif Peters' George i_cLa<ibian  Dave liar-    College,   University  of, British Columbia, to refuel planes. A.larger aircraft parking  per, LunnGemmel, ��eith ^nd Gloria Kidd,    Theme speakers were^fissWilna Thomas, area and a paved landing strip would also  Gwen   Houghton, ��� Betty   Karens,   .Scouts    a missionary from Japan, and Rev. Laura be an improvement I  Jim Stout, Alan Shearer, Robert McXach-    Butler,'  Asst.   Minister ^ ojE   Metropolitan sVlma'parK  h  .chok-  wsiness of the  enccot Sum-  Ian, Robert Karens ..and Alan Ekha'rt who  encountered the wasp.  Church, Victoria. Oif Wednesday evening,  the Vancouver Chinese tJnited Church Women under^the convenership of Mrs. E.  FRIENDSHIP TEA      <      ^ ...        Gung pr^ented ^an outstanding program.  Mrs. Ivan T, B. Smith, issisteS hy Mrs.    Mr. &r P. JPeng, Consul-General of the  v*    R. Breese and Mrs. B.Jteid, entertained a    Republic of Nationalist Chhia gave a very  \ jgroup of ladies at a Friendship Tea in aid    fine talk, his subject, "K, .Confucius were  Nrf St. Hilda's Vicarage Fund. In spite of    living today". Mr. Peng then showed a col-  tae inclement weather those present enjoy-    ored* film, depicting the celebration of the  ed the afternoon.  Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rankin of Selma Park  are leavin^at the end of .til-* week on the  "Orsova" for Australia. ( Stopping ehroute  at Hawaii,,Suva, and A_e_land, .New Zealand, tliey will arive in Sidney oji July 17  with Bill's nepliew^and spend a month driving through Australia. They will spend 8  days touring New Zealand, flying back and  -.  ill-..  .*- i-i    fst 5                                                                                           JSS.-fVBK*1. _.*J_S   . S          ~ A*��"V~ ,t^  TtB��g��ftw��.���im-Uni__��t..ini y. i      a      _���_���  *cT*-'.-*"~'. " f* *���    ~& Jty. fry.tr. to  r--.     ��� ���-          '               :        -  *^*1s��___i** * -i  l - ~'j^_��f*?f 1isk��*rw_l-(w^, ';�� "   " !  SCHOOL NEWS        , ,   __ _      j        Elizabeth Kao��� They performed five of the  The pupils of Sechelt Elementary,School    dances they,did at their recent concert in  held another assembly last week when they    the Queen Elizabeth Theatre. Two solo dan-  SSerfeewFYeTrf THs wL foiowe. bj    stopping at ^ Fiji Islhnds *nd Hawaii  cSnSe dances by the pupils of Professor    *** ^ ^ive m Vancouver, on 'August  saw an enjoyable Walt Disney film. Mrs,  D. Thompson's class ^-entertained -with a  play "The Braham anil the Tiger". The  afternoon-  kindergarten, class   percussion  ECKEL? IiMI_:  .'.. i'; ��"3  M.0THEH HIT  Fr����� Sotv Molt., June 28,29 and July 1  IN LIKE FLINT  James Cobum, Lee i. Cobb, Jean Hole  \    Cartoon  Technicolor - Cinemascope  Out 10 p.m.  SUNDAY  MIDNIGHT  SHOW  JUNE 30th  THE MUMMY'S SHROUD  Andre Morell, John Phillips  Double Technicolor  ces were exceptionally lovely, The Dance  ot the Wine Cup, and ihe Chinese Ribbon  Dance. At the close of five evening Chinese cakes'and cookies were served,  �����-'���- ',,,  Mrs. Mildred Nelsn of Santa Monica,  California, is now.visiting her daughter,  Mrs. Vic Franske, of Davis Bay. Mrs. Nelson is^jbining Mr. and Mrs. Franske, their  son Barry, and M. Franske's mother, Mrs.  Williams, on their trip to Vancouver where  they will meet Vicki-liee Franske who arrived from Muncho Lake by airplane. All  will then journey onto Victoria for the marriage of Utr. and Mrs. Franske's eldest  son, Vaughn, .which takes place in Victoria  on June 22, 1988,  27. While they are away, Don Montgomery  and family will live in their home. Mr.  Montgomery has been re-appointed, vice-  principal of Elphinstone Secondary School,  Miss Schmidt of the Sechelt Elementary  School will also travel to Australia on the  "Orsova" at th_ same time. She ejepects  to be away for 6 months.  Two Sechelt -members of ,a- rather exclusive cliib, the.Elphinstone Secondary, Honour Society, Phillip Beeves end Donria Nelson will be touring with $ others of Hie club  on Monday to Fort Langley and Harrison  Hot Springs. They will return, in the evening after stopping in Vancouver ior a Chinese dinner. ,  Cnristine Lawson is here from Tsaw-  wassen visiting her grandparents, Mr! and  Mrs, Percy Grice. .      .    *   ',  for. and Mrs, Don McCalluhv.and &n_._y  of Vancouver were visitors at tne home of  X-  I  j*__3KP'-m��  t*1. .fin  4    V -* ***  mi  v   ��� .  .*'>  5'  Jft���Mi33l,  .A' :.*  f. .-t  .-->  "���a** i  "  \Ll&r  1  * ^il..*w��.^j  **?.  '.^i.  -*?*.  '�����._*':>-���  ���".SHB!  Miss Ann Ross of Mission Point advises ' Mr. anil ilrs. Jim Piarlcer. Ttiey fiope to  thfi doling for water has been completed take up residence on the peninsula ih the  arid there has been an ���abundant supply of    future.  water located at Mission,Point.  All other        tfie first Sechelt Girl Guides,,the,first  phases of tne work, are now underway .to    Wilson Creek  and the  first ahfd second  ' ���'     ' r''~ " 'J ��� ���      "^-r-.~ r --., ^    Pender Harbour Girl Giiide^ #<$! aurally  at Pprt Mellon during tlie weekend for the  -    .      -, ^--\-fr-sMJ.l!Rr^_w.-.,i,\.  Request our FREE Cbtologue  of Sunshine Coast- properties  PHONE 886-7615 (24 hours)  IffllllUIRIUIKBWWUJUUUJIt^^  SliTSbi  1"     ',   J-3  *  ���*-*'*��-i_ri  X-  FEATURES FOR S  AT  ��  #1  SPORT SHIRTS GALORE '-y. SWIM SUITS  SWEATERS ��� SPORT JACKETS ��� LIGHTERS  Cl^FF LINKS ��� WALLETS XND BILLFOLDS  BELTS ������TIE TAGS ��� TIE BARS ��� TIES  arid nrtgny more thoughtful GIFTS.  Use our gift certificates If you like.  1585 Marino Drive, Gibsons Phone 886-2116  wihdup of 4he season. J(,  TJie Sechelt Hospital Au^dliaVy, would  tike to thank the Sechelt, in^cJiaritj, ,'for  their kind donations to^ the Tftixift,. 6nop,  and Hansen's Transfer for all (he help ,they  have given us. It is very,much appreciated.  Mr. and Mrs. Ted Osborne attended,convocation of the Royal Arch Masons which  was held attlie Royal Coach Inn last weekend in North Vancouver,,    ,, |  Mr. ahd Mrs. Ted' Fitzgerald of, West  Sechelt arc, leaving for,. Germany at th<'  end of 1 Jii^e ito visit il>elr isoh^yihp i�� .stationed with the Armed Forces there. Tiioy; expect to be away for 5 weeks. Olive Bingham, Ray's sister, will bo staying in their  home while they are away,  LIBRARY NEWS ,v  New books in the Sechelt Library .include: Complete Book of Garden Magic, Roy  E, Biles; An Easy Guide to Artificial, tight  Gaixlcqing,tVearnon Johnson; Simplified Flower, fcrraitgemchts, Patricia Easterbrbok  Roberts; TOO Birds of Canada, W. Earl  Godfrey; The Dangerous River, R. M, Pat-  larson; The Salmon People, Hugh W(. McKcnzic and The Curve of Time, Muriel Wy-  Jie Blanchot.  VOR TOUR INFORMATION  Forty-five per cent of Canada \, total  precipitation falls in _3rit-sta Coluitibia,  duo mainly to the presence and location of  the Rocky Mountains,  Ono luMwehold^r to, anotlier: "111 t(_l  you what money can't Inly! Tlio ��amc fitmff  it bought last wockl"  . -+-��� f yn.i  _^��� I  . i. ,   11 ���   .   1.���,���_ ^  1 .i ,,1.. hi ..    .   ���    _��� -  1  ���  1 ,i.�� i�� .1    1. mm ��i '. ��n��i' .-.   .��>,�����'_   ttm.<r*ntf-nrr--rr-r���ur-r-~ ������-rf-rtr���^tr-���-'r������f--.-��,-,-���,���,���if- r^���f-p���r--^-^[f.-t���J-^-. ��� _.._^-.^���. __..___,_^ __. _^_ _____���__._- 4^^.^A^^^^^~^~~^m*~^^^.~.^~~mt^M~^*Mm^*.~.*A~,*,~-,0.0.***0mm.*.m.0**.~0d*A*m00*M.  \U  COME AWD DISCUSS THE PROBLEMS M  OfJt school pbsMbci  DR. WALTER HADWBClC, Professor zl kJBC wil '4_faa_i_^- a  UBUC MEETING WEDNf |WAY; JUNE 26  7:30 P.M. ELPHIHSTO^E S��$m��L AUDII^IIliil'  Sponsored by Citizens Organization for Better Education  W  i  i  ,  W-MM-mim ��**mij*mi*m*mmimMmti*m��iM  We're changing Judy's tiUeVBiitli^i.  fiihctiDn remains V^Ba^e oil ever-  to give you uervice when you call to  ���get a telephone number you can't  find in your telephone directory.  Judy hoa %Mx Vin infornia^oh "operator. Now she becomes a directory  assistance operator. So do the others  in our directory assistance centred.  When you call 113, the operator will  answer, with iho phrase "directory  assistance" rather than with tho  word "informationj"  As it becomes posj.iblc in each ariia,  you'll notice another change, too,  because our directory assistance ope-1  rqtors will use two new phrases when  they provide you with tlio telephone  number you've rcqtusafod.  If tho number you seek is listed in  your telephone directory, your directory assistance operator will advise yon: *<rJ^,ixax^m in your directory iii (puinbcj)."  If the l^imbeir jrou seel.Ylm\, iMek  in youjc;Mepho^di^^, ^ojpir  directerjr assistance dperafor yim lid-  vise yo6: ^Tlwii&M''fym niiriihe^  If you wotild caro to make a note  of it, it is (bumlier)."  We've mailed aspecial card for your  use in hstirig new numbers and your  frequentljr-called numbers and your  directory 'jhiaa space on the inside  back covetr for additional numbers.  Jud^'^ new title and iho new procedure Jjave^been adojptcd to help  emphasize ihatfme'fltiot abjo to provide any and M lands (bfirifbrlna-  tion, but tliat she's there to provido  telephone numbers, ampftmaHly to  provide mia and chanj$d tdcplione  numbers whkh are )M'iWd in your  directory^. '  Wo ex��eet ihe change wfll helJE�� "im  ti> provido hetter directory assifA-  anco servicetoywi whe^younbed it  BnmSH COLUMBIA mtrtidMCOkfPAkY  SWWBSW*  '_���_.<. KrtwxHii^^iniKm inrnmiBW-iwufumMHj  (���  iA, <* *-m, (*-��� 00- ���**: ���'  ���*������ *'i**_.jt***rf.. ^^ ,^^..^^^_^^j^_^^^i(.��^^^^'i^^*^,i^.hrt*"l**.^*.,,*^-^,_^  *.J?-^.��*��?t*5��fl>.,M-'*','' _illllf_fll��l  _S��� <_����><> 4H������rfii  I  '     -K V     *"*��>* V* _    lir^a*   .  .   J+t i   *J-~0> N_-   -,  1111.1  :'",-?'M!:|j^4'SK-*K  .,��. ..H, jU ,  ���nhL,  - ' .i-.jK. I'  iSvk. *. _ *  *  *���    ���*     #   ^n>f.  ��� . lnsf^lllng officers        .   ,���.,,.,    ,���.,_  Climaxing ^a happy!term' of office,   Hopkin?, Mrs;'Sharon m&,f Miss ;rr:  retiring Honored-Queen Carol Forsh-   Phyllis Hauka, firing QUe^n^rol,  nei?  qondifeted  the .installation' *of   Mr*. Kathy Wallis,' iVBss tfaleyC&h-  Job's JDaughters :lpr <thq ensuing six   ero% Mis?. Lynda, Dockar- and' M&$  ninths. Ipallnig rf6Mcers fromUeft ^ Carol ITyl^:'  are. Mrs. Kathy-Dunn. Mfcg Marilyn -  \  Bethel 28 jobs -*���-,���,���  ;J5th, 1988,-in .the 'Masonic, Hall,; Roberts  'Creek, B.C. ;-- '  " "  -Ehe>*welt trained; and- .very enjoyable    .   Bethel_j25 was h^qr^ ^ rha^e ajmopg  Vi  '.  .SI.''-.:?1-'  F$_  J��_4n  M J��'_S________^SjVJri'r-vf. v-V-    V* ��"-  g��_3&' ��* ��� J!2_i___rf? * '     8^ a-_jg-��3  'Twp*ii_K_* .^^' *������&?'-���   Wm  ���^SSW^' "*   V^A   _M;  u&jJ kW  " 'YmyY- ��*&'-  ��ifit;,;;7!V7.. )  Ef  Honored Queen  Bethel' Mu?raian/T!JviTs.f,v-Vfan cnamnerjra soBgt^n?i;.^���� wngeis singA -aw.- "vwm',-, liuardian, Huounei^-^ , _._,        'assisted; fry Associate' Beth^LiJuardian," Mr, Every-* 'Mountain:* ~ llrs/ ��Ma. * "Freer - ivas' < Dockar, ��� Grand. tdhrarian* .f^euJiGrand  Jphn*Bi6ibirison. * " J " 7 ' ���*    '' " *  ..-^* acconupaflist. " '.       "      "      Guardian Council of B.C. was aisp^presedt.  (-'- Retiring 'i&nored ~1$ikWtr jiis's -Ca'rol, ���;��?G^rdra-H^uka^-P^',Master.-Cojuncillor    -' Officers andrine^rs>t,sej^^Jgsthels  'ForShner   '"""''  "  T"-*">l;*,rf'v:''"'i~'i- ����.���_ *f iw.**. __i'iti.;��U^��' Ai>��(__. _��>_.__ _-_s._j_>. -_f      hnrl.AhV.. nf dttiA  '_sftut  "Rp.tl.p1 - ��Mif___i_M__ *  .n  ahly  "Oarel.,  ICathy     ���    .   . _..         Sharon   Ellis;, Installing  CJbaplain,/,Miss' B&fiel'Guardian.     . .    -   ' a merapraWeeveniag'.or Honored Queen  Marilyn Jfioplmsi Installing; Musician, -Mrs.        xhe Merit Pir  ifae Freer; 'ipstalling, S�� <3_sfo-ti-ri,���M_-- "Darlene Lawson  tynda   Do.kar;   InstalHng  Jr.  Custodian, Teceivcd the Mem rin Awara at rae iasi    ?; ^ ---. r---,--- <&��� yzzT*-���r-Tjr  Miss PhyllisT Hauka;- and .lArtalfing'Page, retaliation.  This award is given for out-   ^s^dand Florists m Honored Queen ��$>���  JfisRDalepameron..,..,   % .   .., ,    ,v standing service to the Bethel, orah'�� colors ^of purple   white and ggld,   f,  The colorfjiL formal goivns of, the In-        Aj_0_g the manv Dresentalions and one    TM? ^e **"* color scheme was apiwrent  ,     nfldluirD^ah^^ ff^ffl^?^???^    the Closing Cer.mony.  '     ^^S'^feteS^i^'^w*118 Queen Dehorah by her father.  This gavel     >   Te^k   is   mor;   waw   '^^U   und  :     very tf^^^jBe.ffld tt�� was ^,eeially made ^ Mr ^^ cflto-     ^.Tgk   f tSn mo^t wLdf Ssi2  n��nyfy��r^ term., Her flowery the Past Associate Gr-nd   Guardian   of   the    S�� Sj 2 IT im��?S,'��t t ivJff  ;     ^Jy'^e-valley^ ^ Grand Guardian ^     a of BC  and it fa    r^son why it is so important for boat.  '     -i??f^lW^UK_^ considered a greathonor to be the recipient    bmf<!llt&- '       -  ��� gold,hght^graceMy^^ed^ theme of a    *vel fr��m Ut> Colton  m the west "as did 'the 'gold treble' clef       '.   - ., -, "     .^ . ���  ��� trimmed with lily-of-the-yaUey placed ih t V617 su^aWe P?em^ltten specially  front of tbe eart.dia��... , . ,,, ���' ...y. forihe occasion Tand-.entitled "To Queen  .    The lyre was made by Honored Queeh Deborah",   was  read hy the  poet,   Mrs  ��� Deborah's father,. Mr: .-BUI, Docfcar,, fctft f/ac�� <%������}&t ^ **��****T���of  1    Associate Guardian, and Her hrother Wit M��B*,f *&*&#��* gB*gL?\0*^the ��-rder  J    jiam pocj^r  - - - -  -of JEastern Star. ..Mr...Bi)hert Cummings,  " The .treble clef is one of special signific- ptast Worshipful Master of Mount Elphin-  ' ���jnce ^o the Order as if was used by Mrs. &lm& Lod��? ^>- ^.-Hi0 read a PDem-  '     Wmnie Mfflef" wh^i" she was ih__alled ks"     , A l��vely bsmquet of pink and white car-  <     the Grand Guardian of,the Grand Guardian �� ,��iioxi6 was sent ^ ^ -ChsrAes Bo'binson  j     Council of B.C. r, ,���   k. . _      , , . and presentel by Mr- John Bohirison.^ This  '        Symbol cf the t-emfe-was. evident- jtgain floral tribute has become,, a tradition as  in the   gold  lyre favors  carried  by the Mr, 'Robinson  has  so ^thoughtfully  given  **     Officers: Honored Queen, Deborah Dockar; flowers to- each incoming Honorel Queen  Sr. Princess, Candy McPhedran; -Jr. Prin' fot many Vears.  .     '     \rnmJ   -   f  "f    '.   4.^/x"'     .       ,-     ."     -V-7  ���" r" ' 4. -.' - y  v ;  ,���..*;., rv   ��� <��� -  ' ,M>_s_i<_r<tg��- ^_ ,**?-%  Ti_.t  ^.PVPnfrAn  ^p__).  old   Deborah    award. each vpa'r    A talented1 M. cess, Pam .^yes; ^%Wihna .IJandeJ- , Mike   SkeUett,    Master   Councillor   of  $SSiJt?   .SSwTSiJHSi   w^Sh    f_Jrf.r^S 5!L2_rBE kau; Marshal, Glebys Macieo'd; Recorder, 'IMount Elphinstone Order .of Demolay pre-  Dopfcar   recently nga��ed Honored   ist, .she   fe   pfe$ently tcompeting Nanoy Miliier. Treia6urcr, j^^ stzriley. fiented r6tiring Honored Queen  Queen, Job's DanghMTs, Bethel No. . Grade. 19, TofontoVConseryatdry gV Chaplain, Juanita. ChamhprUn; Wbrarian, a white bible and best-wisha  28 Jias atbieved man^ things in her   Music.. Framing tJ^e picture |s me Fay Reid; Musician, Jill Cdbteigh jfomy); .Demolay.  Carol with  wishes from the  Elphinstone: winning top  i ? ���_ .l*  - j ���*  ^ -     )��  . " ���% 1 i  ��� - - . I;.  '    '' *^ ;j��A   .  Messenger, Barbara Price; 4th Messenger, ian   Council,   presented   by   Mrs.   Wilma  Pam  David:, 5th .Jlepsetfger,, iElaine Mc- Morton. Past Guardian, >  Kenzie;   Outer ,^(5��iard,^ltobi|i   JJygren; . Bethel Gtiardiap, Mrs, Viviaiji Cliamber-  Inner Guard','Sharon tawsoh; Daily of the hh arid Associate   Betliel   Guardian   Mr.  lights, Karrcn Gibb; Flag Bearer, Candace John    Robinson    congratulated    Honored  Haf^isoit: :,                        ' ' Queen Deborah arid fier Officers arid com-  '-*1 v ' 12022  1  >  ,  *  (  ,9  t  1 '-  ��� * ��  .v' _*_  .'     '"Lt  i          '  ���  Honored flue.t       ��� Y  Mrs. Beverly Sewell, Grand Marshal   with Honored Queen Deborah and  of Ihe Grand Guardian Council of   her mother Mr^.  Doreenc Dockar,  B C   attended the recent Installation'   Gnmd 0btfarfah"_f lhe Grand Guard-  of job's Daugliters, Bethel No. 28,   ian Council of British Columbia  at Rebert. Creek and is piciurcdjiere .'��� . ^   *i ._ii_.<'*'  ^fggfmitmfmmmmfMMMmmmt0tmiMfiMmmmmritmm/mmimA  Ltd.  p"ffl"4iB(ilr  On the Sunshine Coast  i  YOUR HOSTS: THE BRWELSENS  Secret Covta rtf.1 - Halfiuodn bay  ft or ff��*8fviitf#ttii - fHhiwfe  ' "..y," ��� y.y    "-'''"'��� '���   <"-.i'"-'-, ">'"->,���;' '7r'77">' '���V'r:Jf^7^i^,!5r,^*wf  ��� **���/ * y    .* /  And down goes the same great beer.  Mow you have the convenience of iast chilling,.  go-A'nywiiefe, full 12 ounce cam.  Cariing Til. You only have to toiie It  to find out why it's bo populfir.  ,. 7_#   ..   ., 1,  ,;  .,.���.;; ;;_  boitlo or cans, ike oiioico io youro  ffris *<fmtfs��rtent i* not jwl.ffst.j_. m Wml by the liquor Control Board  v3s.  ffy/'  to ft   u  .J/  . 5  if    ?��� \  f <  r S ,  ! ���'rlA  r   !���  ^Mwi^W"yg.w^#  .j-^^^Mi^MwaMt^^w1"****^^ r~ y* c*i*rr>"*'"r ** "t.t.t.t*^*.'*! ** *t -.'".*. tt"���  ^wV^t^i^M^i'Siftiftiif^yM^!"*^!^^'.^'*: ���% If. -iff-ViPi.  .t��(tll_i4^i!Bt  _��*  , *_3_te> ;rememiber-yoii can depend oh^dmy*  " 7 iw��ds;tois"Dairyr.Month of'June.- Se$l\nt.Y  . ' ,:^W\ , /you'frfln-lhese ideas? ��froi*iUh_   _.-._-���-,   -*,,,  J y_&i*iittan Dairy Foods J Service .Bureau '^e^��*.*A��P��l iWJl  ^;;,jap*pr^are. ., y���;��� v;/.-,; r,, /fljftjBMI*^ ���  -X^pas^fstr-as^inen _reconketned^ddoot^t .****s  ���^ ^.in^atsiiave -wo main ingredients I ^, jneat/ ��***  ���* ; - v4 - ^dj'salad,. .AH you have to d* ,ii provide',  '  Yp^ltasdntt^Y'^lue Ictieefce^ and seasoned  - " iPttet, t_ttl provide.'the>hidde|i favor? in>  '  - y Ittccesj_ul*_ steaks and. chops1/ JMacaronT.  j i \, salad ��is   a,t iuocessM neplaceinent for  ptftafo salad as a favorite with the men'is  ' "^ymir" family. All you. need ttoto is a tossed,  ,.     green, salad . . - tifjr adding fresh tender  spinach for extra greenness. With a menu  '   " ,   like this laid out your fiufcfoy will, become  ' "    a favorite host' among his friends.  -   ^ "Old Fashioned TSIa'caroni Sajad ,is  an  old favorite with shredded processed cheese,  and a tangy sour cream dressing to m  - .   it a real appetite appeasement.  WW  aft?  ft1  ,+5��ym*c*.4  lOLD FASHIONED MACARONI SALAD  ;':;l>(Make^,6 servings), .       ;' '  j" *'2 cwps'elbow'macaroni ',  -j' iW cups' shredded Canadian processed  0   .- cheese*."       '   .   " . , *  ;'', jTcujT sliced celery ��     '        '  '�� - %.c1^ finely-chopped green onion  5'  % cup sliced radishes      . i  \ - ^tablespoons snipped parsley  ,* "i-.,glja> mayonnaise r "      ,    ,  :"- Vi. cup 4al?y sour cream  t, "i ^tablespoon'prepared mustard  J   % teaspoon "celery seeds'     '  ���  , 1V4 teaspoons salt  i *' J_ teaspoon pepper  ���    Cook" macaroni in boiling salted water  inflilr tender; drain thoroughly  and cool  slightly. 'Add,, cheese, celery, green onion,  radishes and snipped parsley; toss lightly.  'Combine mayonnaise, dairy sour cream,  'mustard,- celeryY seeds, salt .and pefiper,  Vi1,  i|% Seiner  wit  y* i { Y' ���  ~.. _****-<  L  'Iftjsw  BB1  * * y .1.1-1   ^   , j  \&>Y   ,   ,.��/  !��.   V .      ���       ���"      ~  -���/,i ><r,  SNOW WHITE     .  CAUIIFIOVM  >  .��  Special award ;  Sechelt Garden Glut) president Mr.  Frank  Read  and Betired  Garden  I Man, MrL Tom Barber admire the  beautiful   flame   roses   and -white  _ |i spirea * tablej decoration which won  FROM a^odest beginning some feo year.   IS. Hanson- 1^. ({. ,Ha^n; Mrs. G. Ban-' Je Garden CM^SSpeeml prizei in  : W seSdt <^^aab h^s now be-   [son: Mrs; - J��� AUan Hanging Basket, F, -, the Spnng Show. For thirteen years,  Annual event ."���*��.>. :; ;     .- ' . ��� <;V" _   ; . > ;,.   ���  :coiiii_iienied, by;;tpp ;atitliO-dtf  Pour <��er'macarom saW and mix lights    come a -real ~<x_nimuniiy iogainzatioit Op- > Bead, Mrs. P. Jorgenson, Mrs. K., Urn-* six days a week, Mr. Barber who is  Cool comifletely before serving.  Serve on   ening the Spring Sttow last Saturday in St   ieux.         ,   ..,. *    ^- ,-> - '   -        ��� , nQW y^ years old, wrote a 600 word  fetluce cups  or with fresh, crisp salad   Hilda's"Anglican Hal. Village; Alderman,  ., -Mrs. M. Sndair,of Vancouver won the minmn fbr the Vancouver Sun   Now  grans. ^ " .'  '   ,                   ' -*             3VC.s Adele, de "lange ccnnniented on ,the   j��_lin stand; .Bey ^dmund of North Van- column ior me Vancouver aim. iww  '  ^      -         -"-    f                              quaSity and increase in exhibits: sshowing   louver the Boral arangememt and Mars. E-- retired be has spent tne last nine  $he growth of the club in the past ax^nfou-   s. Clayton won 'Ih�� lovely ��� Begonia door years testing seeds for All America  .-.  _hs/v -       ' ' , " ' y        t��"ie  , Thankihg the clu_�� for giving the'Civic . Garden Club memibei. were. 4xusy  Ctentre such a lovely��garden, her words throughout the _ay .with preparateons, sen-  were echoed by Mayor Bin Swain who pre- ving refreshments and compiling results  seated ttie prizes^t'th�� c^ose of the -show": and altogether the show " was highly sue-  Besides beautifying the village, the~Gar- cessfuL Another", shoiy <}&< fanned for the  den Club's landscaping around the niinic-   Autumn, -i ,        ; ��� [  ipal hallisaved the'rtaxpayeis a lot of itnon-    ', ' -^   ey," said the Mayor. ���> - -'  Bringing-up children is' ithe art of hoping  High calibre of ithe judging'gave.fte ex.- they'll turn out all-right when they get  hihitors a feeding, of satisfaction, for Judge older.  Itom Baiber wrote the daily garden column:  in the Vancouver Sun for -13 years. He  now teste seeds in his own lovely garden  in "North Surrey for "All - America Selections",  Mr. Bather gave some helpful tips to  gardeners a_- found" tbe s_riw~_t-te mar-  vellpus for this tune of lhe yeae. "Etoweis  in full Idoom here are just seedlings in  my garden/' he told 1he times. He was  impressed with the very lovely floral arrangements , particularly Mrs, P. J<nsen-  *   .    ��� ..   ��_ fl j.     __t>    _____.___!    -_#__.    ~��f     T __.�����>__-L**��r*^_>  Selections, doing all the work himself.  Request our FREE Catalogue  of Sunshine Coast properties  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  PHONE 886-7015 (24 hours)  psaoooa  H^ifffflmyK  AfTfiNTiOf. SPORTSMEN!  summer months.  A tasty ~dish   -  ,     ', \  hearty ..macaroni coupled witfe vege-   '^s"&��*_. otrrtnr^ ania Mr. K. Lemiwix's  fables n_s_.es a tasty salad which the   dining table arrangement.        ,,  -  |tian~of.tbe house  can easily and       Show manager was Mr,,Gordon Potts  Tjjicfcly prepare.   Serve" it often for   who together with President Mr.  Frank  >a&> and out-door iare during the   &*��<* had-prepai-xi a fragrant floral plaque,  pink and red rosebuds-formed tbe letters  S. G.' C. 5et in a background of green moss,  RESULTS  .Mrs. K. .Lemieiix won the two trophies,  the i Bank of Montreal silver tray for tbe  grand1 aggregate and the H. P. Allen cup  for African Violets.  Children's Dish Garden, under 12���Jimmy Smith with his Lonesome Lake; Edward Sigouin; Jeri Mullen-  Peonies, Mrs. P. Jorgensen, Mrs. K.  Lemieux, Mrs. J. Allen; Annuals, Mrs. P.  Jorgenson, G. Hanson, Mrs. K. Lemieux;  Oriental Poppies, Mrs. P. Jbrgenson, Mrs.  G. Hanson; Pansies and Hybrid Roses,  Mrs. K. Lemieux; Bowl 'Roses, Mre. K.  Lemieux, Mrs. p. Jorgensoa  Hybrid Tea Roses, G. Hanson, Mrs. K.  Lemieux; Flowering Pot Plant, Mjrs. F.  Read, Mrs. I.-Smith, F. Read; Foliage Pot  Plant, Mrs, P. Jorgenson, Mrs. DeHart,  F. Read; Fern Pot Plant, Mrs. P., Jorgenson, Mrs, I, Smith, Mrs, K. l__nieux; Japanese Iris, Mrs. J, Allen; Flower jShrubi  Mrs. J. Allen, Mrs. F, Read, Mrs, 1$. Lemieux; Variety, Mrs. K., Lemieux, IJ. Read,  Mrs. J. Allen.  .' Table Ainahgement, G. HanSon, Mrs, P.  Jorgenson, Mrs. Conroy; Basket of Flowers, Mrs, P, Jorgenson, G. Hanson, Mrs. J.  Allen; Cactus Collection, P. Jorgenson, F.  Read, Kay Lcmiux; Novelty' Arrangement,  Mrs. K. Lemieux, Mrs, P, Jorgenson, F.  iiead; African Violets, Mrs, K. Lemieux,  V. Read,,Mrs. DeHart; Tuberous Begonias,  Mrs. K. Lemieux, G, Hanson, Mrs, P. Jorgenson; Fibrous Begonias, Mrs. P. Jorgenson, Mrs. K, Lemieux; Flower Arrangement, Mrs, K. Lemieux, Mrs. DeHart.  Fuchsia, F. Read,  Mrs, P. Jorgenson,  .*s>i  ab's custom tmm  y MADEIRA PARK, B.C.  NOW OPBI for business  CAHilli.���. - rH����Zlf.���l  : COLD ST0HAGE  PHONE 883-2440 ��^JZt��on  Mouse QporiSng Soon)  mtaamas  BUBB.D1NG  SUPPLIES?  Wont to make your home ,  larger, more comfortable, rooje  modern, more beautiful?  Whatever home improvement  project you have in mind,  you'll find helpful ideas.and  inflarmation at your one stop  supplies shop  Peninsula Building  Supplies Itd.  Phone 885-9669  SECHELT, B.C.  ��$ Peniiisul^i Mofot Products  <&MyEP l_-���l��an and flush radiator;- lubrication - Pack  wiieel hewdn^. -  Cf.-_lc bralte lining front anal roar  -  Cfianija.SMI'-ClpangolFiStor -(;���   ;: '_��� '      .- $(f) S/fv^ Lobour  (Farts'&:an��I!diiextra)      ��� ]-'���'������'���'' ;' :   ..��� ��� /tJI; Only  ...^  .0.����m.m  ^ALICE'S RBSTAMMIMIi^^^^  on the Sunshine Coast Highway  wishes to ANNOUNCE the business formerly  known as the Halfrnoon Coffee Bar is now  UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT and is being  operated by Mel and Mary Harvey.  Location is Halfrnoon Bay.  INTRODUCING ...  "> AliCEBURGEk, ..._����,<,_..���......  a delightfully delicious meal. Also spaghetti and seafood.  Open 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Later if need be.   .  ^V\Ki>  _>t_i  CSISOUP 2~?Uf.E UP SPB&SAL  Minor iune-up 6 9. le-. . ______$I2.50  Minor Tune-up 8 cyls !___^15._N_  Change P.C1.V. Valycs Scope Test Car  (PAW'S. OtTKA)  ��ife-  ^gg_mTsgiiCT..pitccaa��a!  ALSO  . For your motoring needs Mel offers gorogo  tcrvico and repairs including emergency iwad  service. Phone 885-2136.  '���ROUP^ 3  Hone and   K3t Cyb, - Install tncvf  lining and set-up emergency brake.  laHOUP 4-Whed  balance & AISgnment��  For better, safer driving.  Better tiro /f   g^|  ���m0**0*r*ri0-  mt<irmm0HBm*^m0'mtrirwm0Fi0'imivl0r*0i*im*-0>  $ $ $ $ SEPECBAt COyPON  $ $ $ $  Prosent fthis coupon between Juno 2$_�� and July 6tli  on any of tho abovo groups and receive a three  (^3.��H) dollar discount, taood only on above group  jobs*  Peninsula 'Mlotpr products (1957) Ltd. 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