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 7?y7&f  n*4y.  .Ji"-**-^-,  ,i j     '    ,      ' '- -    v    *       * _J���^ xJi^^^-���^k,���_._.���_-��� .v ���:���^ x-ri^A.A ,_-���"_,-_ '^->v*>   .    ^^i jl.    -.*.'   v   .   *'.  '- �� i  >rTA  ���' ''' ���'" i ' -t..ih?i n ��� uTr*ij    iin%  P.*  ������ft   1- ��     -i.vW-,   '!+.*��.SiJ-     ^'i^.C    ^\<<i     %   '��� *    % u��i   ..    \  .*     n '. >.* -> '  1^f  ,V  ,*       i-      i .'   ��� w  -,    .'       ���-"'">  TA?C LEVWY for garbage collection was de-  , ,-nourioed by Alderman ,Norman Watson  ait last week's meeting of Seofteli: Village  ���OounoiL - "I anvin totail disagreement with  & mill rate, levy forfgarbage;,there is no  justice-in it and. it is not fair arid equitable," -he said       " ,    . -  .' - The   Alderman  made   this   comment , allocating  yearly 'amourits^or^riiprovP  when \CounoiL was discussing a proposal   ments     -��� -   ���>     '.    .'���*-' .1%'T'  ���  that the Regional District be, requested to' ' : "     s~" >   *"-'  1 eBt^Caaadiaa-firftpHa- Indvs^i  VfitacouVer*9��; B��C��{  i  ���- - ^ntfcCtoss Moll - -  Registration No. 1142  Sewage re-port* and the Motherwelli  front Improvement report,-^,-v;-<,' ^-, ,��� , >(  ��� - - Gommeiriting >��*,th~er Mot^r^rell. report;^  Aid Watson statted ^heiwHofeJKfng- is, b>- -  yond the1 scope "of ItW vijlage. Courieil*,  felt, however, ithat^er^in"'sections'.offthe^  $1,Q00 report; could sb'e/implemerited<"fby^  ���** ^ * -'; drying theSiinshine'Cpbst; (HcWSbund to^Jertis Inlet), tncfiidinrf Por| Mfe$��flj, s^pk^s (.pt^ditta^rarith^?  .Wafer-1"' 'WlfeOn-Oeek^Selnio.-PofkrSechelt^riolfrjrtbOi?'pay, Segrei Cove! Pender.llarpour,Madeira Pork,,KJelndqie. Jiyfoe.'s Lqndjn_ Earl C^elBakorxi  t;  include Sechelt Village i in the garbage  collection and disposal area. The Regional  District has decided to col'iect for' garbage  disposal by tax levy, which'-means that'  cost of collecting two cans of garbage, once  - every*two weeks will vary according to  property value.  ��� Alderman' Watson' pointed out that  since the-village has a complete list of  assessment it is possible to bill for collec-  ttion on"<a'fee basis. It should cost no more  tp.'pick- up one can of garbage ithari another, he -said, -and also pointed out that  non-paymentof garbage .tax would result  ^in tax arrears which could result in a per-  son'losting.his property,    t_ ������,.,  ../.Village clerk, Ted'Rayner poinited-out  that Council has ,tcr collect, taxes within  the:village; ithe Regional.Distrdotf.can' requisition' for-garbageeollectdon- service but  it is up^to-the v_lage to strikea mill rate.  It "collection' isf rriidfe- by-'fee it -will- be,a  ;s^ecial' -assessment., ' ' <      ;..*-.  .   f;'}Mayor -Bill Swain approved colieotiori  -- ori ^ fee basb and started that Council will  .look into it fixHri a Municipal viewpoint.  BY-tAW REQUIRED     '   "  ...... i        i  EXPECTATIONS .     . , .  'Aid. Watson stated that he understands  survey work is being conducted at the  newly acquired ProvincialParksite at Porpoise Bay and Council agreed to write  MLA Isabel Dawson to jenquire about development of .the property.  Aid. Watson also informed Council -that  under the sponsorship of the Sunshine  Coast "Liberal Association; it is hoped to  bring Mr. Alan Emmott to the area to  speak on Municipal Affairs. Mr. Emmott  "who was former Mayor of Burnaby js now  Associate Lecturer'on Municipal Affairs  at, both Simon Fraser and UBC. ���  It is hoped to' arrange a foriim "and  councils; will be invited, also a- Pender  Harbour group ��� interested in -forming a  municipaldty and interested1 high school  students. The, meeting" will "possibly be  ���held late March pr early April.,'/*,. > ;/��,  CORRESPONDENCE ..  - .  Stmshirie Coast Lions. Club' Have notified Council-that it is prepared to accept  th-^resporisibility of May Day for another  year.  '.  ._ Public Relations Cwn-mjittee  of School Trustees lias -notified  ithafc  rnembers' .are' prepared  r \  ,**���*������  ���   v  I  *.      Jt-V",. V.'..,,;.     _.  '-^  f "-  I'  1.  ��� ���>.  ��  >������ i *s  -, * C^n-mienitmg on road conditions in\the  Vt_tge wliuere. Sischelt Waterworks, had not  filed in waterTI_ie Jrenches in a -satisfac- ���    , ,_        .   ..  t<xry; manner, Aid. Morgan ThompsonLi_.s-" \sohool >board laffairs with  agreed-itliat-the-village- should fill-them"in" -ir^ormal. basis.>  at its own expense because there has been  *sueh--a-'t3nrie--lapse-.rHe--suggested that in  future Sechelt Waterworks be .required to  put up' a perrforrriajice Jxmdr'',"  .. "Aid." Wafeoii stated' that'if the -work: is  not completed ���afterr a_ 'reasonable ''time  - length, it T^ould- be completed by the yii-  lage at SecheltWaterworks expense.  7 Mr. Rayner xeriiinded Council that (there  ���   had ������ been correspondence on this -matter  ���yirath'SecheTit Waterworks -and it might-be  better 't��,i_?orm -them that'the, road had  noY-been'repaired to saitisfaction.'- A by-law  would be required'to enforce -Jtegtilations  * Council agreed that--a firm ���.engineersr  be -approached-for -a-quote-on-the-cost-of---  a house numbering system for the village.  Council will also seek advice from department of ;plg-nning,' Municipal'Affairs.  PLANS    j-    "* ���"'-'*���'���     '' r '"  Aid.. Harold Nelson'J reported'that 7fr  hours work'had been" done' on^roads and  ���^teh^.and^niore.work is scheduled/ . -  A1<1 Chuck Rodway wiU'look into im- "  proveriients. required - on;-Hackett -Parle  grandstemd and backstop. *  ittee of Board ���   ���,/' ���        ���%   ^  *,.J'1,- J *>''   7 V 'W^^T'^'J    ��� -      -r    .    '  ���ed^td-discuss1 {'���������*.--*������"     'A~ ''*#&*      AA'L'?F<^ .     ������ ���*-.   '  Council/w_a '   ^ ,\   ''^A. -..'.,. ' *       \*    '4U^V   ������        .       u   .  ' .    f -   ������ i     H   -ill ���-���  i  ������   ������ ������������ I  i ��� t _     - '  ���**-rf     -       V   ,  ;���--,-../-  ������2ji -��� -  Changes: sought r.;  ^wltii;rpayMi.S,: Jurisdiction/  Gospel [Rock  Will Gpspel-Rdck still ���ave-the-same  chirm when: efflueiit itx>itt: Gibsons'  * $esvage Bysltem" is dischatged ;$ome  . 600 -ft. ioff;('th.e fock.into the Strait of  - Georgia, 75 ft.-below law water lioarik..  Health Inspector  states that teste  strongly di-^piiroves^fhe new ^irlsirig' re^   oiit/nis dttties^  _!_���__��� y_��L-u_4i.-: : '^._ A-.'>-ii.--i'i;i-u-.��r'''       ��.i"'    '_-  .   AldT N/oim Watson is checking into strfctions -recenitly, imposed 6ri>"-B&'.vtiai*_       "3M_yor^eeneyiexjpressed tiKe-vielw that  and, it should cover more -than just waiter- -pwiiership of the slough'at Porpoise Bay; ancl'appro'acli: fltevalsoJ^om-tea--OT��-fh^.-i*S' oHm^-srx>t_d atbempt to'lea^e the wharf;  line croskirigs, he.said.    "'" \ "'     ~     '; if if is classed ��s. tidal water then' it is not Had beefi reported that ne 'had- .i^etVltih and'd^oats as reconirriended ,by' Mr. Brooks  ', ��� Aid;.' Wats6n -suggested a draft should privately owned, he stated.,'-'      - ���   *    . Harbour and^'V/harvos Adihinj^a|^t-C^B. .and'ctinsider subleasing to a private oper-  be-drawrri up^for jbhe next.npieeting^ "Mr., " Aid. Morgan reported negc��tiaiiohs,'wi_^' Brooks.', -ThaVe.n^ver;met; tiieip^E.,'ciaadJ> ' '"'    "  '  Rayrier.sftatedthere'is atiriie elenienirighit Mr. Alpairspbell of Tyee Ah^ayaregard.- f-^l^ri_irshpn^;haTC'^ven;  now, put, he;will ,try.']to'get'.it done.-,   '/  ' ing the Municipal Air_drit are -still1 uncler- * u"',:','* *��^ z~a���-a;<��j;i2~i*~,...,  r-    ,   . r    .    ���   *���'- c .M- -. v    - i   -.��',. WaV* '   "     '     **      *      -"���'"        ~   J '''  . - '    '*  Feeney ,wasi absent i��^ae previoiiaimeetihg'  _j. tLiu.1. iii-n__L_' a. j;��sa__j.j _j *.jlj.~j��sz.  ���issije ,of-the iTimes expresses.-concern.  This view; looks toward Salmon Hock,  renowned jEdr'<good salmon fishing. ,  Guiding Association  plans special CTeni  * INTERNATIONAL tj-ifcme of Guiding will  be featured at a'#tea to be held- by the  Local Assoeialioil' for,; Brownies, - Guides  and Rangers on'Ma^ch 29th in the Christian .Education Centre; Gibsons.  ' Rangers will'assist in servingtea and  will featiire^cpstiunes'from other countries.  An invitation is extended to all to attend this event which commences at 2 p.m.  Long service awards  for Port Mellon men  \ OANApiAN-Forest Products Ltd. and af-  ,- <   fKiarfed companies honored '27 more employees atf the"' annual .-Twenty-Five' Ye&r  ^Service Award Banquet, "March 8th, 1969  at The Hotel Vancouver. .-���.-.���.-  i       Gold wafehes ,and setvlce '-recognition  pins were 'presented, by con-tp'any, <lirectOT*s.  -i Two Port; Mellon men were included in  ,-this year's group of 27 award recipients at  'the Fifth Arhnual Long Service.Banquet.  ; ' 'The *wO' are ,T.-L.- -(Tom>- Bentham,  Joxrrne-ymaa.'A-Plpefitter'arid W. H.. (Bill)  Booth, Elec^ricaLSuperintendent-j r-~ r  Bentham^ whoactually.retireda-month  'ago, has lived inPoft*Mellon since 19?7.  He joined 43ie-Sorg-Pulp Company in, 1943  _id stayed-c*tas'_ watchman at Port--MeSi-  , Ion during -the ���J9^9,-51;^hut^do^^'Herre-  joined the;pipeshi>p .when1 the mill-started  - up again after-*CFP-took an ownership  position in the operaition. ���   -   "   >  '" Booth Sbairted^with Sorg as an electrical  helper and qmcMyatteiried.the statu? of  Journeyman Electrician. _He~ returned as  an Electri-jal" LeacUiaritT in" 1951:when.the  rnill started up again., '���"'.-.  ; ��� In 1961. he became. __ctrical Foreman  and'then was promoted to Assistant Electrical Superintendent.in .1963. He has been  Electrical Superintendent since May 1964.  Altogether, there* are>twp'hundred and  thirtieen Canfor. employees who have  reached twenty-five or more years of employment with the-Canadian Forest Products Ltd. Group;   '-' '  ator."^This would "be' siibjeat to- cpiincil ,  f^,^ ftninii!  naviiifei-jurisdiction'anot'con^^ Of parking    iwCO-COuni&i  -Alderman'Wally Peterson'sdid he, copld.}, fi  see^0Lreason./|0r. ^stopping parking.  ,"It ^. -  large'-yesse_-load-    ,  i-a'leitJbei'beseiri.t, M'\  Istet-'of Fissrieries;!' **'-A-  VPaut'SlCJP3erre;  ���seekinig ',-tJiie_' hyp1  ^Mi^m^of^ish^ries;; > .-j-w-r-. ���^^^^rTjTT.^Trr^.^iaf ,., --p.-, T s &,,- ��� -  lCopy.t6-Paul St?Pierre,   ^H6MAS,-llA'WR_rJc_T:^cks^ been1 suspended in M^'i^In'court last  (Or/   A _?*_ _**i_ (x_i��.fc-���*t___i--__'-��ri.-._.-i_-i2j_    ', -itrL^J.' Jj���.' _ I' > 1% iT.___t~vUi. ���   > i  ���_  Coast  '-#  /Auction _ale;-tb'���e held'ori' April'12." Time  ,^nd '-Place to be announced laten  jKa-V/'Ke.-'is ;~jwn&t&iina^^ a 'number^ of offejri-c^ ^ardirxgV-your  f&x7Mxfa^pbs$e&iQfl.r ����y$fy^^Zw?Zl&Ztii^*Ty. " -^lywp licence,J.thinlj<-it,iS(tj|me,you had  TT^rpTfTiJ^^  ,WJ^**cJf.;.^^��#^^ w**.  ime 4 service rjet^e^'-ComoVM<l Powell 'River', irig'dr lopg s^ys(.'; "���" '���' ' - "  /",", '-'  -v; later-this-Spring, y-" -u; ���'-'-  - ��'��� - '-'���-'' '    ' .' Qpf.' BiggernWi -Uc-ld 'The" Tlrntesyiast  .) ���>...'  '.      ���   ,i i,,-^.. i \���h  .���..M ,"- * -���-��� ' i.' ��'i . - ;..<?.  ev*ent;df'riwirie\em^ , a .lesson,;! Jie .therefore pr,derfid,'a fine of  'J"k-     ---'--"-^"^'--"-^ ,$150 he paid.f" "J"       ^ J - ���" ^  ,��r^.*+fc��,+    f^rit^trlal'-by higher' cq'urt ��� on ' the two    -lwv ~* "  _bscd,a copy/of ^.'ife^^warileclv.    .  _epai*Brieht of Tran^port; polriting.out that  4.1.A   ���nlr-��tJnnn   ^~��>- ,o , '<rr4air_  .VnVrlrlrl.4 iw    Vliv  the restrictions are t a' 'grave, "fcrror -��� itt his  J charges'of' tr'affiek'ingT The^esge-?" charge,  of possesion' was' dismissed on . grounds  bf'insufficieht evidenpe, ��� j '<>   "/      Z.  opinion.       .'   ' ���' V ���'''.*������''  Cpt. .Leestates; "Th^s^xeStrieflor^ will  do nitliing except cause p KardsJtl.p|for.the     v. Byi^n<ifi was glven. by corporal Lou  peopleiof ttxe area who depend ^bok.^he. ^iggerman- and; Constable- W��dihal  fo��Ut,GS to coaduct their business.' Not    Pf^   ^ squ^d; Cr6wn,prpseciitor wa9  Harry'MeLou'grilljri and Milton - Swanson  represented Jackson. Pate for trial is not  yet -sot.    - ���   '��� '    facilities tk> conduct" iheir. business.'Not  only will ilt affect the merchants, Uut'also  those" who make their living on the, ��e^;'  i.e. fishermen, tow-boat men, etc.  "It seems to me there was liU-le thought  given to the consequences of this' action  and a? one of those who makes use of  these facilities, I would like to express my  disapproval of the manner in which it was  done.  "I earn think of no-way in which this  action will be an Improvement, on the contrary, it can only lead to losq, of busincste  for some and great inconvenience for  others."  UNDER SUSPENSION  William Graham Black- of Gibsons  entered a plea of guilty to a charge of  driving while his driving licence -was  under suspension.  Charges previously pn a similar count  he produced at that time what appeared  to be a valid licence. Investigation ultimately revealed the fact his licence had'  Selma Park***  Seeks early start..  FOLLOWING .ail editorial In The Tiriie.i  seeking information regarding, plans for  n gravel plant opewitlo'ri in the area,' rcp-  rcscnfotlves of Sechelt Sand & Growl  Tnnde known the company's 'plans po The  Times last week.      ' ���  '.    S. B. Slym,,Vjcc-.rr-cqldent. of Combined  Capital Kcs-burecs Ltd.; the company bo-  ,,jhlnd the Bchem��> explained that 'Bubstnri-  itlaH financial backing is involved ^ndlthut-  the project will by no moana be a .tempor- .  riry arraogemont, i'wc expect to be hero-  for iorjty or fifty yeai-H," he fihki.  ',    Pivuent   plana  call   for   washing   the  gruvel at the site of the largo deposit about  two miles along the Eatii "Porpoise Buy  road. Woter wilt be utilized for this pur-  lM��o' from- Angus Creek which will in no  way have any connection with Chapman  Creek.  Existing logging roMa and tracks will  lie opj-ncd up nnd gravel conveyed to ��  t.U>ck pile located about 500' from thejriigh-  way between Sechelt and Sclkna "Park.  It will ithen be ctmveyed under itho re��i-  ifontial n-xess road nnd <he highwoy,  dowri through the reecrvoinnd out on ��n  overhead conveyor to loading facilities  about 220 fcH*t out from hlghwater mark.  Loading will take place every two or  three days and the only noine factor wi-  lidpated will be loading of the -bnrgci  v>hieh will lie of ��hort dumtlon nmi -not  in any way'mxMva. Vim iiuuTroud ���will  "      A    ��� "   -  be well, nwoy from the hospital, about  1,Q00 feel, and as gravel will bo washed  at the'olio (there will be no'problem with,  dust. This will also apply to barge loading  and engineer, J. S. Kennedy, assures us  there will be no fouling of tlio watcrfronrti.  , ,, Initial sliagcs,. sottlnp up, clearing slrtie,  roads, etc., will Involve n reatfonablo labour force, ���this will be cut down to about  ���ten ohe'd the operation) corrimences. I row-  ever* ithe company does have long range  plans for, expanding its operations to other  relmtcd'flclda such at\ prefubrlcatetl cement  prpduote.       ' '���������������'���  , ,, Earlier^inwiirs.that th-5 'gra*\rCl woitld;  be 'deatined for the Roberts pnnlc sclicmo  were dispell led by Mr. Slym who fcx^lainiW  bla company luia ito KpecifId market ini  vleAv but plana developing th'6 business As  a long.-tenm policy. ��� ''��� >' ������'.."> < v '���; ; ���-".' .-.  .,.,,. Jlegordlng, compbtate.. iiyA-i ��� *h* ��� mccm��  load to Indian- leaM.- property along Hie  Busy Day  Many, hands made light work on the  Golf Course on Sunday when 72 people  cleared ithe rocks,frbm No. 1 ami No.  5 fairways and jm^tiHe^'roof bnii&e pinb^'  shop pictured to the. right of the clubhouse which now lias windows. Vice-  president Mick McKay was more than  happy with response: and the, three  new mombprs; ther6 are just 34 memberships available, ho says, and welcomes everyone, tQ future rock picnics to bo held, during Che next three  weeks. Dance tickets are now available for; the Annual Golf and Country  Club Spring Dance.  Citkens Housing group  ATA MEETING bf the Board of Director;.  Of the. Sunshine Const Senior Oltizcna'  Howlng Society held on March 4tli, under  the olwrmanship of Fhfcjflderii Carjon Alan  ..C:rr^^e,.conaldci-iaiUcQi.W;M  for the senior citlzciui lionnies In Secholt.  Wol^frorit-Wg-ht'^iBut bifr,%: Blym miSt   ^-i�� decWed.to invlle sugge��tjo6s Jrom tho  the ticvesn will in ho way,be Interfered   public, \   J.      '   . .,  with.  The convcydr system will be well  aibove the road.*   * - ".  Plans arte -Mill in the preliminary stage  and a great deal lw�� yet to be finalized-,  Somo thought l^ also being giveri, to ccoi>-  omicH of tmrwfportlng tho gravel .through  tho Inlet, This, however, ia only n secon-  (kny���consideration at this time and if all  goes throu-gh .the prwfnt plan .will fco Ir+to.  opcrdlloii,'.'os pooh i& jw^}|b|e.  If yod havoVih ldYfi for a suitable name,  i-oml ll to'the'Sccix-Ury, Mra. 'M. Tinkley,  IUt.,1, Ha!tfm<W��h'Bay. ChlMnc-ix'H wigfirs-  itiona will M 'welcome, but please let Mr.s.  Tinklcy havd tlteni by the end ot tMnrch.  Membership duei 'for 4ho Sunshine Coast  Senior Ctiitena' ���' Ilotblng Society-are now  due and should -also :be sent to Mrs. Tinklcy. Ptiai, jwre'J2'.toc tt-Ks.flriiA.yciMc'ft k-iciw,  AGREEMENT was reached at laato meeting  '������ of tlio Regional Board ito take over the  one function of the Selma Park Improvement District, street lighting, at the request  CKf -the Improvement District.  Dt wn,-3 -suggeated ithe Board tako over  this function for 1070 but it was 'pointed"  out by Director Hnrvey, Hubb.*! that do hia.  knowlcdno no funds exluted tor itho ImiI-  rmce of lOfifl.     ",' ,,  Secretary Charles Gooding .��wld It would  bo.o, comparatively fllmple maljtcr for the  Regional Board to take the lighting program over even though nolir^lng hna becni  budgctxitl, "The nmourit is no pninll that  arrangemcrits can easily be-made,"* he commented, ,' ,    .:'  Approvalwas given a motion by Dlrcc-,  tor West that the .Board accept the ilglvt-  lng Bubjcot ito cku'lflcatilori aft to when,  Mri Gooding also drew .attention to 1-ho  ilact that the Mrcct lighting has only beer*  In operation one month and already van-  dalltirii has token place,      ,  Director Cliff Gilker suggewied con,- '  sldcr-ation bo givtn to posting a. reward for  Information lading to apprehension and  conviction of the culprits; Legality of tlhla  .nlituatlon, waa dh*cu?-Ked and 1hc Sccret-ary  'crnnperwwt thai perhaps; au im, this  might be oims'tiling tlio Board Will be per-  milted to do, '  SPEED LIMIT '  Attempt to g-flt the upccd limit changwl  to 30, mph fiom Davit* Bay ''througli to  Sechelt from the pri'fH'iit aeries of varying  epeecb, lerminotcd with a letter from Mr,  Underwood of 4 he Illghwayn Department  ^Un-tiug he ls not pnspared to make itho  changes, lie'wild, ho fee hi the 'present nr?  raftg-wnCTit'ij* cjuito reftlUlk. ��� - f. . .'���.;,',. ,'  7. OU-jo; mcmboi-ji' ol. Um ^(kk^.^^k  with a remark by Director .Huibba that,  (the -replywas fltupld but movedIt bo filed.  GARBAGE DISPOSAL      ,. ,' '   '  . . Tenders for <a garbage collection aervico  arc sought in an ndv<n11serrient, in tnla  week's Times, Areas to bo served and  routes, together with.-, additional information rrmy bo obtained fnjin, -tr(o ^egfonal!  Board Offko, at Davis Bay. ,'...'.  In b'rlef, Itihe coritiiact will call for the  following: .Collections, every two weeks  on regular schedule and, to Include ��P to..  two standard cans from all premise**. In  excess of two cans, will call for arrarigo-  mcnit between househojder and collector.  Copitiviotor may use eltlicr.thc Scchv-U  or Wqst,'ITowe Sound an:a dump, and will'  bo rcqulit'd- to dli-olwirge garbage in defined arena,, Also to burn whenever possible. .Other dumps may be made avall-  nlble at n IntxT date,    In pubiwttttng tmders It Is necessary  that applicant bo bondablo to tlie amoumt  of 10*}{j ofihepnnuail ttwtrftct, if succ��is-  M-"   -' ��� '../������.'.- -.-.'-i.-'i' ���,.! '   ���      :  Typ* ol equipment to be \��?cd must Ix;  staled, and must bo of fi typo apcciflc-illy  designed ifor garbago collodion-., Proviftlor*  iTiUfti nt.*iO bo made for a uultablo ntandby  '��� whifrle,-1- ���'' ->'    " 4|,-." ^ " ' ,t \;".( ;"; -.*; .*"  , ';,' Dskte' .'riorv'lce,..am ��comtrler���<*e,.must,,be  ' .Btatod arid- Initial eentVaet will l>e tor a  three-year; period Bu'bjcct to ronowrtl at  dlnv'ret-ion of the Board, Tho contract-W*"1-'  bo Mibject to revision from time to .tune, as  mritiurlly agreed by the * Board arid'COrt-  traclor.   - ' h   ���  Finally, the contractor will be required'  , t�� provide liability Irmurnnce arid c'vldfric^  , of registration with the Worjimen's Compensation Bon i-d.    , ���',.-.  T-fTHicrs mu��t m iAitenit1efJ by April  ^���<UWfc                   '         ���     ,  forthwith,vor,30. daryp jn jail.  The arriourit'wa^ later;paid,up. .  - ,,\  Regirialfl, William Barclay' Df Sechelt  was granted a one week remand at his  own t request'. He^/wap appearing to answer a charge of impaired driving on the  28th of February.^ '   . '  , Leonard S.("Benhet of Gibsons also  appeared on a charge o'f impaired drivihg  and asked* for a one* week remand. He  was charged March 5th. and will appear  March 11th.  5% pounds of pennies  aids Senior Citizens  A FEW DAYS ago a lady called at the  ��� home of Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Hansen on  Mermaid St. in Sechelt and presented them  .with five arid a half pounds of pennies all  wrapped up. She1 wanted to give it ito "the  Senior Cltlrens Homes. When told about  Canon Greene's'" rblrlJiday gift' fdr;;,'the  ��� Homes, she' asked that her gift be included  beoause she saltf (that many yeti-rs ago when  aho was a -nurse lip north, she had looked  after tho engineer, on Canon Greenc-tf Hospital ship, | She, would riot'give her^namo  ���and, wljjhed to, have her gift HsteH as  "Anonymous Admirer."  , Mr, and Mrs,.Hansen hold a: guessing  contest on "How many pennies hx five anal  ia half pounjds?.'! ,T|iero wore many; gucusca  but not one aurio very close to the amount.  If you are curious, the answer, is 770 which  meana that ithere ore 140 pennicpi to live  pmjind.        .        , ���  , Gifts are etlU con>lr��g in for the SunT  nhtne CoiiM Senior CtUzcn.*i Housing Society in honour of Canon Gi-cuno, but this  one'is n wry unique tribute. It will be  added to the $2,500,.00 on hand.  Rod & Gun Club range  gains increasing use  SECHELT Rod and Gun Club points out to  members that March 1st was delinquent  day for dries and. ndvisi-8 that Insurance  coverage be lu.pt valid thus supporting  Olnfb-H work for recreation ond coniftrva-  tion.  ' Flahlng is reported as being Epotty but  allowing signs 6f picking up. Ling cod are  now In season, as of M'ardi JbI. No size  limit is In force this year but catch is  , rcilirlcted *k>. throe-,a clay. ���-.  Intcrcsl by tlio Junloi%i has been iiucJi  that every Sunday is booked up. Thanks  for succesfii of this .group goon to the In-  Mructors who have created considerable  ihterent among tho young pt-oplc. In general iti Is not<>d, the .range Is Incnmsing in  popularity and apart from the Sunduy  Jtt(ilors, the Monday Ladles and In-be-  twwn Meiv'n Rifle, l��and gun shooting-also  Indicates growing Interest.  ,., Next regular mi-cling Is scheduled for  thiA ThiwwVay, Moith )3irj, ft p.m. al Mie  tv)UU-llOUij����'  CJ  >  <-t -U h-  *H��   l*��-***"Nl* **-*4��,   tl^U, (v4 ����l.��f**. (H1 -4*A#ltW|*,n/<l.  iT-rt   444*"**.* I^Be"*-^��^)4('��-^��'��.^HT^J^��#*li^jM^4^^*.*��,1*-��*   ��* ��,4t ^^H*.. ����Vtf f��*iWf, trtffl. pffltf Al*** '  i��ffl*n-*'-*'-�� ,*** n*-4i#ilw,il* "**i ��*- ��� *��^^j. Ar^Af *��?' ^1"^ *  (t|W *^������.�� �� ����*.,,<�����**��** uW ^<i��(��i(��fci  ���**.-*",�� **��^i 4-A ���**fl-#4i��^,-*n*#sv.i* *f(��# ^���h*. -if-j. ,* ^..wjL, jU.SW   ���  *>,Kl*lJlt/i-l>tol;t*J,**/A#)'LJi,'A**A>*   **��, *,!>*'>t 1^4,1 ��W *! ���*!,��_ ^V-W'Sj^^jr**  ^Iff*,  'I A L '        "     \__ _     ,    _ _ ,.. .._,���...:���'._.'  ;,    ._     '       -       ' ^~  I *>-*   _.  4    5  :X  il  ii  i".  fgge&^rj-fenlniiulo times, Wedttisdoy/Mwck 12,-1^   - -' *.i;  -I'nWni^iiiiili'a  4 ill 111.  WHIimmilMUllf-MUlllMUJM  MMWBWWIM4IWIWUlllHMIimillL>   ./]  REAL ESTATE (continued)      REAL ESTATE (Coijtinuidr CAR$ orid TRUCKS  The PENINSULA5]?.^*. Sechelt -, Phone 8&5-96S4  Classified  ���) LCrTS for sale, 4- cleared view  lots in Selma' Park.' Servicer!  MADEIRA   PAKK-i-approx.-  5  acres' of'Lakefrbnt' property"  Published Wednesdoy by  The Peninsglq Times Ltd.,  ���     ot Sechelt, B.C.'"  with .power and water. Priced pn paved1 road and waterlirie  at $3,750 each. P.O. Box 299, with secluded a bedrbont-base-  Seehelt or to view .contact L; merit home. Aiito Oil ondflre-  Nestman, Selma.Park.   9659-tfn place. 'Phone, 856-8628.  Mr. ft.  !         l^--�� : '���  Lockhart,' R Jt.  1,  AldergroVe.  HELP WANTEP,  'BLOCK BROS.  .   . . Phone    Mr. ��� -Good    681-9700  VANCOUVER .province; ,re-   '"'     collect or" 736-5933  quires newspaper distriDutor.;^0   f   t gervjc,fon aH '���  ���  for 'Sechelt ; Peninsula, ,T>ai*t> ^ Ss'Z^Ssef^  Member, Audit Bureau  of Circulations  September 30,1968  Gross Circulation 2250  Paid Circulation 1942  Classified Advertising Rates:  3-Line Ad-Briefs (12 words)  One  Insertion 75c  time a.m. period 'daily. Srrialf'   '  car -most  suitable Afor^ home"  delivery   and' dealer " account'n -  servicing.   Excellent' side-line ' 1  opportunity. Reply Box 2247,"  Sechelt Peninsula Times.  2247-16  WE TRADE HOMES  2242-tfn  .$1.50   15c  Three  Insertions  1_  Extra lines (4 words) .  (This rote does not opply to  commercial Ad-Briefs.)  Box Numbers 10c extra  25c Book-keeping charge is added  ( for Ad-Briefs not paid by  publication date. <  legal or Reader advertising 35c  per count line.  Display  advertising   in  classified  Ad-Briefs columns, $1.75 per inch.  Subscription Rates���  By mail, Peninsula area _$5.00 yr.  By mail,-beyond 30 miles $5.50 yr.  By'mail, special citizens $3 yr.  . By carrier 50c month  COMING EVENTS  FOR    Twilight   Theatre   pro-  '   graimne phone 886-2827.  *  *    ' 2021-7  MARCH 19th ��� Royal Cdn.  , Legion, L, A. Coffee Party,  ��� Bake Sale ��� Good Used  Clothing. Sechelt Legion Hall  12,-3 p.m. 2236-15  OBITUARY  MAXWELL ��� Passed away  suddenly on March 6th,  1969, Robert John Maxwell  age 52 years of Gambier  Harbour, B.C. Survived by his  loving wife, Lilian; 1 son,  i)6uglas; his parents, Mr. and  Mrs. R. Maxwell of Vancouver, B.C.; 2 brothers, Douglas  and Edgar; 2 aunts, Mrs. P. B.  Smith, and Mrs.^ Margaret  Maxwell. Funeral' was "on  Tuesday, March 11th at 2  p.m. from the Family Chapel *  of the Harvey. Funeral Home,  Rev. D. Morgan officiating.  Cremation. Flowers in containers -drily.,    <���- ' -   2255-15!.  i      SALAL WANTED *  Top price paid.  Good quality  required. Contact J. M. Hayes,  Heed  Moss   &   Fern,  Sechjelt,  EXCELLENT   commercial  lot  ���centre Sechelt���highway*i_.  cation, level end cleared,^AH'  services' available.' Bos /lioi  Peninsula" Timesrs ���      liO-J-tfe  SMALL 2 bedroom house; all  elect., plus 3 room cabin on  1 acre with view of Georgia  Strait; on Municipal water.  F.P. $13,500;. d.p. $6,50fj;  balance $60 per month; 6%  int. $1.00 per year taxes. Contact J. Kelly R.R.I., Sechelt.  Tel? 885-9979.   -     *     2233-17  TENDERS  885-9313.  9532-tfn  SALAL PICKERS WANTED  -we  Phone Mrs.  Naida Wilson  885-9746 or write:    -i  Box 390, Sephelt, B.C.  ai   M       "    i  CALLISON  EVERGREEN CO.  Salal Pickers Wanted  - Huckleberry  Salal  37c Bunch  plus 5c bonus  40c Buneh  -plus'5c bonus  Contact plant before picking. /  Located   at   Roberts v Creek,  across street from store.,-  Phone 886-2633  SOBl-tb  PENDER HARBOUR  EVERGREENS  Madeira Park  Salal Pickers Wanted  WELCOME BEACH AREA;  HALFMOON BAY.  VIEW PROPERTY  Comfortable 2 bedroom summer  home  plus  small  guest  cabin   on   3   acres   of   view.  Range and fridge & some furnishings   included.   Has  over  , 290 ft. frontage on Redrooffs  paved road. Good water supply. Only 700 ft. by direct access   to   beach.   Well   treed,  Southerly      exposure.      Try  $3,000 down, balance $100 per  jrhonth,  8   per   cent  on  F.P.  $12,900. Call  Bob Kent  885-  9461  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  Phone 885-2161  Box 155, Sechelt, B.C.  Box 369, Gibsons, B.C.   , 2217-14  EWART McMYNN  REALTY & INSURANCE  Notary Public  ���   j  Member  Vancouver Real Estate Board - 2240-pub. March 12, 19, 1969  Mutiple Listing Service  1965   YAMAHA   250   c.c.,'5  speed. - 1958    Chev,,    good  running eondition. 885-2087!   .  -    :   '     ~.\ 3l94-*17a  1954 NASH, runs well, body  poor. ������ $65.    pete    Smith,  Selma Park, 885-9463.  -       v        2251-15  1950 WILLY'S 2 wheel drive'  jeep station .wagon as is'$80 '  oF sell tor parts. Ph,' 885-9677  afterf 6 p,m. , - 2244:17  1960 PLYMOUTH sedan, good  condition, good tires, radio*.  Ph. 886-9824 after 6 p.m.  -   *   ' 2232-15  FOR _SAI.E^ColltM_^);:^-^'Mb^ii���6MES'  SUNSHINE COAST ' "  REGIONAL DISTRICT : s  TENDER FOR  GARBAGE  COLLECTION   '. .  Tenders are -invited for 'the  provision of a Garbage Collection service in .specified  areas of the rural part of the  Regional District. Information  concerning tender may be obtained from the Secretary. '  Tenders should be.submitted to the undersigned by  noon April 3rd. 1969. The  lowest tender need-.not necessarily be accepted. -  Postal address  R.R.1,  Sechelt, B.C.  Charles P.- Gooding  Secretary  FOR SALE 1964 Ford, 4,.dr.'4  .sedan.   , Good      condition.  Price offer? Phone 886-2684,   2229-tfn  1957  ANGLIA as  is.  Offers?  Ph. 886-2087 after 5 p.m. ���   *  2238-15  LIVESTOCK  THREE'" quarter Papered  Arabian Colt. 9 months old,  $2$0. Half Arabian Mare in  foal,* $200.'Phone anytime 886-  2746:     *        ' 2235-15  FOKSM&  -' -j; "   Opening March 15th  ���  MACK'S^NURSERY ,  Sunshine Coast Highway  Roberts Creek.  Treesr Shrubs, Plants-  *   etc.  Bonus .on $10 or over  J Phone -886-2684   .  2230-15  IF   IT'S' suits-It's--'Morgans J  '  885-9330, Sechttt1>B,.<t1.,Vv  -.,    , ' j.   --, j ^ 8893-tfB  1968 PlONEER-cha,irisaw/ 28"  , bar ��� chain,' used 6riiy_-9)  times, good condition;" $200 or'  best offer. 8857,2028., ;��� 2185-15;  7 HJ*, .Lister- Diesel, 3  kilo-,  /,watt, ,110 volt genei-atorVin  good :condition.,PhU.85-2100. l  USED Wringer: Wasbersr Zen-  ��� ith, - "a-i - shape;V>$59.95;  MCClary Easy, $38.88; Westing-  "hoiise, $19.95; Westinghouse  Cottage Range, 220v,- $39.95;  International -Harvester Fridge,  $39.95. Watch for our .Big  Hoover Bonus Days Sale, $  .savings -for you0 at Parker's  t Hardware Ltd. Phone 885-2171.  Sechelt, B.C.' 2162-tfn  COOK BOOKS Galore-Some-  thing ' for everyone���Betty  Croekers Cooky Book-^tter  Homes & .Gardens Casserole  Cook Book���Outdoor Cook Book  ���Chinese .Cooking���Pies $nd  Cakes���Favourite ways with  Chicken���Adventures in Food-  Barbecue Cooking. Many others  at The Times Bookstore,  Sechelt. '885-9654.' 2160-tfn  MARINE ACCESSORIES .  Paint���Fibreglass���Rope���  Canvas���Boat Hardware  Compressed air service for  ��� skindivers air tanks.  Skindivers available for  ��� salvage work.  WALT NYGREN SALES  LTD..  Phone 886-9303, Gibsons, B.C.  1306-tfn  FOR "SALE (ConHrtue--l)V  -J  '.FpB,;LETTERHEAt>S, ..envel  v- opes,, statements, ������ invoices  ,.and ;air comrner^cial, printing,  > contact ,the Tlrries,office at Se-  /ehelt or phone 885 9654.  1 Pvy>Z t0^ % ltr*asn   incinerator  ��� trpjh , Sechelt   Kinsmen ' at  j$3��5p^eacK. -Phone 885-9542.',   ,  BEST selection of Books on the  ;>, -Sunshine- Coast, The Pathless  ��� .Way���Journey     To   / Power-  Ghost    Towns -of 'B.C.���The  ' Story of Medicine. Many- hun-;  dreds ot quality books to choose  from' at The Times Bookstore,  Sechelt. 885-9654.   - -      2158-tfn  ART BOOKS���Made Simple  Series���Maps & Map Making  ���Childrens, Books���Hunting-  Horses���Something for \ everyone available at .The. Times  Bookstore, Sechelt. Ph. 885-9654.  2161-tfn  ���    - lllll^l     II , '  7   PIECE   diriingroonj -suite,  $100. Ph. 886-2794.    2227-15  SWIVEL cocker, coffee table,  step table, lamp, Hollywood  bed," single. All excellent condition. Phone- 885-2389;   ���    -' -  '    . '     \ 2246-15,  LEAVING in" 2, weeks, riiust '  sell: chrome kitchen "set, ��� 2  ring hot plate . with -stand:  Transistor radio,, n-iany small  articles; picture -'frame's,'  photographic equipment.. Ph.  886-9361.^       0, I ; 2245-15  INDUSTRIAL^" Singer   tailor's  machine. As new $150 iirm.  Phpne. 885-9325.    ,'      2105t15  . ANTIQUE     riHe]     30     cal.  Remington pump. Good condition. Barn shakes 18"> x' Vz,  16 squares/Ph.' 886-2087. after  5 p.m.-    .��� . -      .2239-15 '  % 12 .FT, Clinker built, 4- h.p.,'  , nearly.    n,ewc * Briggs- >��� &  Stratton; $195.' Used* Briggs. &���  Stratton-motor, -$15. 4-2H:bi-  , fold. ���ors,-$8,.85 each.-2 little  usedib'asips -with,1., drain, ,^0.  Antique record player, plus  records/$20. 2 Iron gates, $4<  each. ��� Can be -seen at . Big  Maple -Motel.   - ��� 'y'   2108-15  LARGE loom-for sale, $50.00.  .. 3  -h-pr,. Johnson   outboard-  motor.   H.D.- model,' 3   blade  wheel, used 4 hours only $150.  4nspeed -Chev .truck tfansmis^  sion,-1960-65 model,,' V*   to.l^  ton, ,like, new,   $100.  Hondsf  ���Trail   90;   l;000   miles..- Nevfr'  ,rear^tire  and   battery,   $250!_  Sechelt Vblkswa_eh}r Copping  Motors Ltd., Sechelt,--B.C,  "*-'-.'''    -     *      '   2250-15-  VANGUARD "camper," 9' "3".'  ' Deluxe model.- New conili-  tion. Ph. 883-2574. -     2211-15  JUDY'-LaMARSH���Memoirs" of  a Bird In A Guilded Cage;  Now "available at" The  Times''  Bookstore. 885-9654'; Sechelt*.. '.-  ."  "..        '   :   .   ,    2157-tfd  SET jeep- worn hubs:, Brum-  *   mel, Roberts Creek.    -  - -< 7  ' '���    *   �� -��� . ''-:2237il5'  PHONE 886-2248  LEGAL NOTICES  Huckleberry  Clean, bright, modern 2  bdrm. home with s.c. suite below. Magnificent view from  liv. rm.; dn. rm. & kit. Community , water, $16,000 T.  4 bdrm. A/O home, close to  store-& beach. Bsmt.-& car  port. ^ Cpvered    ,play,", area,  Looted Wiouse nor_i|Tender ^f WW/to^i  Harbour Hotel.  37c hunch  plus 5c bonus  40c bunch  plus 5c bonus  ' Contact Plant'before pickiiig. ���  Outfall plans...  iibsoiis sewq<  :", GOING CONCERN^;, "���  In a new bjock in qentife^of  "Sechelto  Fabric ; Store, swlt^  franchise for White,- Elna" ���  .Universal   Sewing   Machines.  Depot for Drycleaning &,  ,     Laundry.  WIGARD/S SEWJNG V  ���   CENTRE . , ,  ' '    "Phone :885^9345, -,7:* r-  . -    - 22634L6  ew te  ues s:  Salal  protested as stiorisighfed  ge proposals ,;   holiday for students  PROVINCE OF BRITISH  COLUMBIA:5'  ,*''' i^i)_PARTMENT^OF        ���{  t; ���. hZ "-.KiCHWAYsl 1  Phone 883-2265       '.-  f'-'l   r.       *';2050-tfD  FOR RENT  :>w  'View lot'Hopkins,'cleared,  low - dn. pmt. will handle.  $3,500 F.P.- '     '--*��� --- *�� -��".>..��  Expertly'^esigned fdr'com-*''*'":  fort V&�� convenience and tak- /r  ing ; advantage} of, every  sea  Load- 'restrictions' on the fol-  and" 'iriountain'  NORTH VANVOUVER     ,;  - HIGHWAY ^DISTRICT���- -1  ' ^PUBLIC'NOTICI^*1  _.OAD R_STRiCTIONS  Bligh ...._ .. __.  member, pf .the,.Army,* 'Nayy  and Airfor^ce^ Unit. 45, North  Vancouver; a 'member ot the  Senior Citizens Association,  Sechelt. Funeral Service was  held Monday March 10 at 11  a.m. from the Burrard Funeral  -Wilson Creek area, lth'ree"!-,wa^hnd ferry,  bedroom house. Ph. 885i2823V ''.'f sunnier cottages with lots  g205,-16.wof:wKfer  & elose to sea  in  beautiful   setting,  W.. ,M- Underwood  District' Sup'enriteHaent.  for; Min,ister(1pf Highways.  1   acre   on    5 March,. 1969  2  OR  3   Bedroom  home   re-    ~ *���"   ���'���*=>��   -   ������-"*���   "** ^ jum-cii,. won  quired by March 31st. Rea- t4 Paved road- ��nly $12,600. One 1690 Main Street,  sonable.   885-2362.        2213-16 ��� house very suitable for year North Van-couvef.j-'B.C. r 1  round living  Chapel, 1208 Lonsdale, North    WANTED   to   rent   urgently, '  . Vancouver.      Canon      Minto       3-4 bedroom_house, Respon-     E. McMynn  Swan   officiating.   Cremation         ' -...  In lieu of flowers, donations  to Sechelt Senior Citizens  Association. Harvey Funeral  Home, Gibsons, B.C. Directors.  2250-15  PERSONAL  ��� ...... |  ALCOHOLICS Anonymous, P.O.  ��9x 294, Sechelt, B.C,  Phone  ���556-9876. 969-tftl  sible tenants. Ph. 886-7461.  2228-16  Do Wortman  J. Warn  886-2500  886-2393  886-2681  2241-pub; March 12, 1969  WANTED  REAL ESTATE  IF YOUR DESIRE TO  SELL YOUR PROPERTY  We Offer . . ,  -Continuous    advertising   in  FOH   Twilight   Theatre  gramme phone 886^827.  pro-  2022-7  WRITERS interested in meeting  at informal gatherings.  Phono 886-7240. 2091-16  "WORMS a problem?" Uao  "PAMOVIN" the ONE-DOSE  treatment for,plnworma. Ava^l-  ablo at Kruse, Drug Stores,  Sechelt and Gibsons,      2174-22  HAVE you visited The Times  Bookstore yet? Tlio selection  wlU fliirprlso  you;" Phono 885-  9054���Drop In & browse,  ,.,..,.' ;.;,,..���..,,...,    ......; ..^159-tfn,.  I WlLL not bo responsible for  any debts or obligations  cohtrapted irn my name by  persona other - than myself,���  John W. Thorold. 2249-15  AVON   rppresontotlve-^Sehna  Park���Call 885-2383 after G  p.m. 2234-17  mm 11.^*^**0**00 ���...������ nwmniw^i���iiniwMiiw^m^ii 1���^ip.i.i.mimiim.,   ,  WORK WANTED  WILL your trees bo ��t��fo lids  winter? Let ua make certain,  Trees topped, limbed or foiled.  Insured experience nnd fluar-  nritecd work. , l-'reo safety  ln��pcctIons nnd csllmates.  Phono 885-2109. mintn  T1LUCUM Chimney Service.  Envea cleaned and rcpnlred.  Painting, gardening, janitor  service, old jobs, etc. All work  guaranteed, RRl Sechelt, Phone  ��83-21ul or 885-2004.        1871-tfn  BUILDER tscclcs jobs, contract  or hourly. B83-2280.       2169-15  LIGHT   construction,   npecla-  llzlng    in    ndditlonfl    and  nltcrntlohn. C9ttngci, enrporta  8c cabinets. Ph. 805-9.100.  2212-10  four newspapers.  ���Effective and proven, advertising in our catalogue.  ���Real Estate sales staff of  six in two offices on the  Peninsula.  ���Twelve hundred ' Realtor  sales people off the peninsula when you multiple list.  ���Twenty-four hour answer-?  ing service. '    ,  ���No charge to you If there i{$   asking price.  Don't  hesitate!  no sale. "-"' - -  Box 238, Gibsons, B.C.   2252-15  EGMONT: Delightful hideaway on over 3 acres with approx. 250' sea front. Cozy 3  room furnished cottage in  lovely garden setting. Fruit  trees, excellent water, attractive terms on $15,000. Call  DON TAIT 883-2284.  ROBERTS CREEK: A terrific buy in level acreage,  close to Hwy,, stream through.  Some- clearing, only $4500.  One of ithe most desirable 6  room W/front homes 6n the  Const, The developed property alone is worth the full  WILL' purchase    patches'' of  standing timber.  Phone 886-  2459. 1681-tfn  FOR   Twilight   Theatre  gramme phone 886-2827.  pro-  2023.7  METAL   housing  (casing)   for  No.   550   Fairbanks    Morris  well pump. 886-0623 after 5 p.m.  217945  $15,000 to $20,000 mortgages  funds # by ���' university prof.  Sunshine' Coast' waterfront.  Property secured. Phono 883-  2280. 2107-15  PETS "*"*  SECHELT AGENCIES LTD.  Phono 885-2101  .;     Box 15(5, Sechelt, B.C.  Box 309, Gibsons, B.C.  ', 2181-tfn  THE SUNSHINES ON  DAVIS BAY: Now Unique  design, 1,500 ft of ��pacloua living; 3 bdrmflf living room;  dining room -and kitchen, Col.  V-nn. plumbing. Split level with  basement and Jnrfio family  room over. Somo finishing. Will  sell unfinished or will finish.  #,500,  TILLICUM BAY: Acrongo on  hydro water nyatem. $8,700.  View lot on hydro nnd water  system. $2,000, ���  ROBERTS CREEK: Near  golf course;  1.25 -nero?. $2,500.  .0.   L.  TWO    black,    half    Siamese  kittens, 7 -weeks. $5 each to  good homes. Ph. 805-2020.  2243-15  Call us now for on appolnt--  ment to view.  GIBSONS: Cozy and Immaculate 2 Bdrm. stucco bungalow, fully furnished. Bright  living room and kitchen, Vanity both, Utility,'* large car  port. Completely instated,  i electee hent. $10,500. F.P.  Good terms on t'dy 2 Bdrm.  full bsrnt, homo situated on  view lot. Vlllnao centre. Pull  price only $13,500.  Near now 4 Bdrm. home,  requires outside finish. Nicely  appointed  llving-dlning.  Cob.  kitchen   la   answer   to   tiny " ��� ������-  womann  drenm.  Vanity bath 0UILPING SUPPLIES  features   double   basins   rmd ���- ������������ ���--..  nrborjto wall bath cnclonuro. OIBSONS    Building    J5unpl|on  FuU concrete  Bsmt.  him  oil      fcul-  880-2642,   Gibsons, B.C  fired H.w.   heat   plant.  -_n- Quality RCftdy-mixed  concrete  finished  Rec. room,  roiiglied Serving the nrcn for 20 yours  in second both, storage room ' -rjo-tf,,  and workshop area. Excellent  ���VOST  STRAYED     from     Porpolie  ���   Bay    area,    "Tula",    largo  fawn   &   white  Jong   haired  cat. Ph. 005-0572 or 005-22B3.  ! 2240-15  FOUND r~*. "  l^ARGE black 8c white tomcat, white feet, Owncif pay  cost of ad. 885-978|1.     2100-1*5  PLANS by council of Gibsons to dump  1 ^owa'ge into the waters of, G.ospel  RocTt' (are, still creating certain conft-o-  ver$y,(an;i latest* protest "is regis't'ered in  a Iet|er signed by Mr.'and'Mrs. Frank  ^est^Jcopies of whidi have, been submiti-  't.e4 J ��� -& *. various,, provincial - Ministers,  ^T.P^ organisations .and the-press, which  S*?t����3     '.%- .11     I";'5    *     *, - -III .        .'  i.-iWs TiVishuto ,-protest.sin-.thef strongest  possible ,tenns..the:p;lans! to.,dump ^sewage  intO}^ecwaters,",adjacentto Gospel ,R6ck  atijth-aoWestem-/ entrance *to < Howe Sound.;  Weouncjierstand* that; this: sewage .'will ���be-  allegedly) .by;fgroutfid, and.-Kave -cHlorm^  ad_edyjjivhiehiimayi>.Be 'the-'fesier lofftwO  ewlls .m&h eompdreaMJicith^he-YaW sbw-'  slgepadumpSsd? daily' <httb'��-the��� 'once' f&fr'  : FJraa-arft4axt ifcjisjstiU-lanVurine.e'ssarJr-'evii;  Already, burubeachesc(_-eqbecOmirig- fouled'  Withod-j'greeni.sliine'al^ab1 covering the  rocks. Thisi>is'ta- -fsurly'.recent >p^herioriie-  non ahd-is spreaditig,*-we* would nazard a  gUSgS^at^i&^axiSed^y,.^n^4mbalance  ��jf nitrogen in the water caused by eff-->  tats. t ^VvUV. f  5 I walk.the beach between, here and  Oospel Ro'ck'f dai|y^nct haVe done so forbore than"�� 4eoade and. thel-decrease im  wild life of many l���n& iif apparent. The'  once familiar killer-whale is now rarely  seen and never in groups larger than 3-4;  pe$?*Mn;k and dwcl��s tf mar>y. sorts,are  W��in^'sca.rce,'.Eve,l;tne biS Hocks of;  pcoteY and scaup have diminished to a  mere handful and I haven't seen an otter  in years and only the occasional mink or  peal. Apart from ''Smith's Beach" which  Is ,ftu|)0pular swimming area nearest to  pOSpH Rock, this stretch of beach is virtually unencumbered by man, so change  In the environment must be in the nature  of the water on which nil these creatures  depend, as of course does man. Anyone  WiU tell you how poor the fishing is in  these days compared to even a fpw years  rijjjo,        ���.>'',���',;;;  ['' ���'.''      ; ,  ; We would ajso urge you to reconsider  the whole plan, details of which aro  difficult to come by, if it entails any  Interference with the rock bluff, known  ��f Gospel Rock. This whole area should  be kept as an ecological park; it has the  best stiwtd of Arbutus': left anywhere iti  j the lower rnalnjand, as woll as abmeoo  different species of -flowering plants ��nd  ferns, ninny of them oijfly growing in this  specialised habitat and Including six species of lily. Gibsons is being very shortsighted -If�� having wangled it within their  village boundaries, they are going to despoil this- priceless ecological unit with a  sewer outfall, espdcially since they sacrificed thejr original bluff, an nren of equal  botanical and higher recreational value  to the land speculator.  ���At .a'time when the value!of small  natural porks within easy roach of centres ot population aro being recommended by planners nnd sociologists it seems  quite irresponsible to put a sewage plnnt  right in the middle of what could be the  equivalent, on the western entrance to  Howe Sound, of West Vancouver's beautiful Whitecliffo Pork on tho cast.  Every community which shown ini-  tiatlvp in tackling tho problem of sewage  ONCE each year school���*childreni get-a  ._. ���>. ���.   .        Z   day off wh-'-le tn.e^" teachers take time'  disposal-should- be highly-* '-iommendedr.' ?Ut-t0' hfr o'-*^'n^ in'the edrica-  But, collecting thet comrnunity,s**_c-;vs_e,t. *^n- w.0Iid- 'vo^ to examine-at first hand  however sophisticated , trip system; -* and Z new> iecHniques'.and materials. ' .; ���,'  dumping it into yoUrJ-heighbour's-'yard ��;���* On-Friday,-March'14( both the ef^  does not constitute, a solution of^hefdis' > -rrient^ry.-and' .secondary   school froni  Thl ��  he W1hol^;sd??.myr'-/;; '{i^ilim^d w^ri ,-fhe^teaehers; gather���J&  -The proposal, as-.outhiieilf^pfapHiaflyf^Jhin^^ V:hear -from __  he-same method -f^jflS^;/-^  2S2PSS Esyi^^^i^  harv_tiiot  Iif"  soaabie:,lreatn7e^j;fe f|m;.^  raw sewage'of^froM^ , M  a teaching  .,., magazines,  ���hat restricie'd  :hers in 1 the  somejsfttuM  is*a matter  longer,;simpb/^_^  ofJrfe-,^rdeath.;; -;>  :;,^;�� ��_^^i^Utt\V^J?>{_Kffi  '���     '���:��������������� --'���      '��� .^day^bomnirdfneiit'o-f new^eas orie^"1  .JS,,starchy 'time/tb "keep'current hi  1 fiducatlojiaj. 'trends i(andlhe Sechelt Di��  r trict teachers ���' -make -use of' 9'orifererices  ���J  _lf4A��irnAtt/i. ~,~. _����_.lt   . -1 l_j   .. _��"���"'*���������***  Don't bribe\ your.thild :  When  goih<J  tb;lfaoppitaV. ���,!.-.,����--  -��������.��� uuuw <U8e of qonrerences  IN PREPARING your child for WpitaV^$-s^her��- 5s,. .W1'   durlrtC .. weekend^  avoid the following error?: " .. ,      -     f^st^ vacatirim and the summer holiday.  ���Don't bribe* him. He may decide the' " ���' There is a special evening session fri  reward isn't worth, it and 'he'll just stay Elphinstone Gym when the public can  home, thank you.,   , .    ' join  the teachers in viewing a special  ���Don't lie about his destination. The Mm that is.qijite different iri technique  circus was never like this. and theme. If you are interested get in  ���Don, t tell him it won't hurt a bit���    touch with your school for further infor-  if you want him to believe you again.  ���Don't let him see your concern and  anxiety.  ���Don't discuss the operation with  another odult in his presence.  ���Don't expect hospital rules to be  suspended for you,  For more informaliion on this subject, get your copy of -the federal health  pamphlet "Preparing Your Child for  Hospital", available without charge from  your provincial or local health department.    '  ' -  mation.  ANGLICAN CHURCH  SAINT HILDA'S���SECHELT . ���  8:00 o.m. Every Sundqy  9:30 a.m. Church School  1 l:XX��'m' 2r>^ 4tn> 6th Sunday*  7tf 0 p.rp, l(ft and 3rd Sundays '  Services held regularly In < ;'���'';'  GARDEN p^Y; REDROOFFS ond" KMON?  _ For Wormotiori phone 885-9793 .-'> Z /���  Every Wed. 10 am H. Communion St. HllifaV  HMMT-;&������&&������$&&%����mS nmi  chens & 2 firo places. Dandy  family home.  $28,000.  SECHELT; Waterfront liomo,  2200; 3 bcdioom with 4th in  basement. Rec, room. F.P., A/  oil heat. ,p2,WQ.     *    "  i  H. Gregory 885-9392  Don. Hodden 885-9504  H. B. GORDON'  & KENNETT LTD.  Phono 885-2013  Stxhelt, B.C,  1.1,4,  215t-tln  down gives, possession.  K. BUTLER REALTY  & INSURANCE   ,- ^ Gibsons, B.C.   ���  Phono 880-2000  MEMBER  MULTIPLE LISTING  SERVICE  ��� 000-2000  ��� 000-0050  ���' 000-2000  ��� 003-2204  2210-14  FOR oil travel Information and  bookings, Margaret MacKen-  ��lp (local rep), Enton'a Where  To Go Travel, 880-2000. Gibsons.  '   ������" -  ������ md-itn  BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH  MBRMAID a TRAIL. SECHELT, B.C.  Sunday School ���. IOiOO a.m.  Church Scrv|co-���11 iIS fl.m.  MR, ROY ADAMS, PASTOR  PHONE B85-9665  All Welcome  BOATS ond ENGINES  JC Butler  Ron McSavaney  Ed Bittlor  Hon Talt  0  lip.  Johnson  Motor,  HUo  mew.. Uaed only 1 month,--  $22fJ.Q0, Phono 005-0330 after  0:30 p.m. 2223-1 o  14* Sui)(jster Croft. Vinyl top.  3IJ H.P. Mercury, excellent  condition.  800-2000.    2210-tfn  SUNSHINE COAST  GOSPEL CHURCH  (Undenominational)  Sunday School 10:00 a.m.  Church Servlco 11 |1S o.m,  Evening Sorvlco 7f30 p,iii,  PASTO^ REV. S. CAS5ELLS  D��vl�� Bay Bond ond Arbutus  (2 block* tap from Highway)  ���-^ff!f��^igfffryf��a��4t^^  r-rT!1,Sn!.r00 rom,ndor of COm'no ovonts Is ei sorvlcoof SECHELT AGENCIES  pS p.T l'nSU-Ja T'mos d,roct for frc�� l'*"nos, spoclfylno "Goto  Pad . Pica o noto hat space Is limited and some advpnea 3ato�� may  havo to wait ,holr rvm; also that this to 0 "romindor" l|Stlnfl pnly and  cannpt always carry full dotallo. '   Y     ��  Mori:teorH^5        Pork' R����^r Mo^ :��^  M��iC^PaM!^ Hfl"' ^' *i*�� Moetlna  M^CG.1Fo7a:il.P'm, St' HildQ's ACW Friendship Too. Homo of Mrs. R.  MOrePlcMn7rPrn,c,�� 0-m' SUn5h'n�� C����5t G��'f & C��^ ?���"���>-*��*  ^^Uscd^ClShln.!"' SCdlCU lCQl��n H��"' Uo,��^ ^ Dak0 ^ ����d  March  2W pm,, United Church   Hall,  Gibsons.   Elnhlnstono   Girl  Guldo Assn. 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The Peninsula Times  Page 3  Attention parents..,  Grads vs Seniors  Despite  blocking  tactics  of  Grad.'  fast game at last Saturday's Home-  Edna Naylor, totp scorer for Elphut . coming.        ��� <    '    -   -   '   '.-..-  stone Bev Barnes grabs a rebound "in  "*,".*;    '  ' '  THIS WAS'.quite a v/eek around Blpihie.  At the beginning of the',*vveek we had  sort'-qf ,a -dresss-up day. By "sort ot" 1  mean not," too many students' dressed up, ,  biit -the ones that did- really looked nice. -  In a school of our size you can't really ex-  peot'everyone to gib along with it. - Three  cheers to those who did. '  ' Tuesday after, school' Elphie, hosted  Pender Harbour for a Basketball Tournament. Their teams arrived about 5:30 and  the first games;' junior girls, didn't get un-  ' derway until, close' to 6:00. Pender took the  first game 8-7, but Elphie went on to win  ���title next three, games, with the final,score  75-31 in Elphie's favour. The scorekeeping  " for these games was a Ktble different from  the usual'procedure. The scores of each  game, were made into a running score,  with all the games becoming one game and  having just one final score. Elphie was  supposed to travel up to Pender on Thursday but Pender wanted the game re-sched-  ,uled to Tuesday, April 1st.'  Friday, the grade 12's brought "The  Poppy Family" to Elphie, for am afternoon  pillow concert. The concert got underway  at 12:30 and ended at 1:15. Everyone.who  came, and there were quite a' few there,  sat around ori pillows, benches, their jackets or just on the hard floor. Although  there were a few uncomfortable people,  the majority seemed to enjoy themseflives.  The grade 12's profited over?$200 which  pays for iriost of the diplomas and grad*  pins.        , .  Elphie is plagued again! Squirt guns  are back again ifchis year. They're not too  bad when they're only filled with water,  but when certain "people put a nice mix-  iture of soap or something else, they can  be sort of >a pain in the neck.  Saturday found many former "greats"  return to' Elphie for. a visit to meet old  friends, play basketball and take part in  the many other activities that took place  during the evening.  The night began about 5:30 p.m. .with a  "tour of the school to show our past grads  and other members of the community our  new sections in our school. A coffee house  was held in Room 126 during ithe entire  evening. The setting was really nice; each  table was lighted by a candle and waitresses came around to wait on the people.  There was some palm reading and even  chess players were battling their wits. Our  school band, headed by Mr, Postlewaite,  put on a tremendous show. It's great to' see  a band like this in Elphie, After the band  show, everyone - joined in singing happy  birthday to Elphinstone High School'which  is celebrating her "Sweet 16" bfrtihday'tWi  year.  The1 grade 12 girls then challenged'  the past grads 4b, a game of bask-et-bal*  which the' senior girls proving to be iri  'better shape, with Bev Barnes top scorer  for the girls. A game of broomball Which  was maybe a bit rougher .followed, -lei'--   3  A      This time the1 past grads  did'"pretty'  '��� good;* then our'senior boys took- 'on"'the-  past male grads in.a hard-fought game of  basketball; Obviously the men seemed to-  be in much better shape and when -the  final  buzzer sounded it. was  27-27., iTo-  'break.the tie the two teams took antequqfc  ���number of foul -shots i and the past _rad9  oame- out on , top, > by one.- point,*' !���iere\  seemed to be quite, a cheering section fin  the bleachers for our past grads. "'i  . I,  ���  A dance followed .the games With -tho  'Tenn Kings" providing the music which  varied and was enjoyed by all. And at 11  o'Oiock a buffet dinner was held as the  grad finale ,-for the evening. Elphie' gave  her past students a chance to renew old  friendships and generally gave everyone a  relaxing evening, -Many, thanks -to everyone who worked so hard to make the evening so successful and to everyone who  turned out; we hope your evening at  Elphie was enj-oyed.  Sorry to hear that Mr. Peterson is in  the hospital., Hope he won't have to stay  ���there too long.  Sechelt Bowling  NINE bowers hit the 700 mark this week.  High single games for the week were  rolled by Doug Turner with 369, and Bob  Benner of the Seniors with 316. ���  Sports "Club: Susan Jensen���605 (257),  Fred Ritter���718 (291), Marvin Skytte���  604, Jean Robinson���668. (252), Hazel  Skytte���689 (253).  Ladies Tues: Mable McDermld���604  (288), Esther Berry���675 (249), Ev Chap-  pell���621; Chris Crucil���630, Nora Leit-  ner���253, Gail McFadden���253.  Ladies Wed: Jean Robinson���611 (254)  Gladys Ritchie���617.  Commercial: Allan' St. Remy���740  (336), Matt Jaeger���766 (341), " Sonny  Benner���653 (278), Mary Henderson���  640 (263), Ted Kurluk���727 (290), Dick  Clayton���699 '(280), Doug Turner���742  (369), Cauleen McCuaig���715  (253).  Mixed 10 pin: Joan - Janiewick���349  (178), G. McCourt���342 (176).  Pender: Al Lynn���664. (282), Red  Robinson���630, Becky Gamble���534.  Ball & Chain: , Len Fox���717 (289),  Matt Jaeger���710 (282).  Juniors: Karen Spencer���309 (186),  Kenny Casey���281 (141), Judy Whyte���  161, Kelly Allan���156.  Seniors: Scott -Henderson���614. (216,  228), Bob Benner���727 (316, 225), Brad  Allan���565 (268), Dale Stephanson���520  (200, 206), Bill Nestman���591 (227), Susan  Jorgenson���195.  TEACH children' the rules of safety on  streets and roads and insist they observe and Obey them at all'times. See that  children acquire skill and knowledge of - gjon ^ obscured,  the rules of the road before allowing them  to 'wcte a "bicycle on' streets and roads.  Make sure your children know, and obey,  the following six safety rules:  CI)   Look both ways, before you cross  the street,  (2) Keep  out from  between  parked  cars.  (3) Ride your bike safely:   Obey aE  signs and signals.  (4) Play games in a safe place, away  from traffic.  '    (5)   Walk, don't run, when you cross  -the road.  (6)   Where  there   are   no   sidewalks,  walk facing traffic.  one passed upon a hill, and, then there  were three.  Never pass another car when your vi-  ��� 3 little drivers were busy, it is true;  one neglected car repairs, and then there  were two. ���  For safety's sake, always keep your  car in top condition.  ��� 2 little drivers, and day was nearly  done; one didn't dim his lights, and then  there was one.  Slow down for dusk or darkness; adjust your driving to existing conditions.  ��� Yes, 1 little driver Who's still alive  today; by following the safety rules, he  hopes to stay that way.  DONT GAMBLE YEARS OF YOUR LIFE  ��� 10 little drivers,1 cruising down the  line; one had a heavy foot and then there  were nine.  ���    Speed limits are set for your safety.  ��� 9 little drivers, the hour was getting  late; one dozed a moment, and then there  were eight."  A tired driver is a dangerous driver.  ��� 8 -little drivers, and the evening  seemed like heaven; one showed 'his driving skilL and .then there were seven.  Drive sensibly and sanely at all times.  A car is no place for a clown.  ��� 7 little drivers, their lives were full  of kicks; one bought a bottle and itihen  there were six.      -    .  ,   Gasoline and alcohol are a deadly mix:  Don't drink -when you drive.  ��� 6 little drivers, impatient to arrive;  one jumped a traffic light, and then there  were five.  .   Don't gamble years of your life to save  a few seconds.  ��� 5 little drivers, wheeling near the  shore;' one viewed the scenery, and then  there were four.  Careful driving demands alertness at  ���all times.  ��� 4 little drivers, happy as could, be;  November,  November,  1967  1968  4,610  6,052  1,612  1,865  56  53  DEFINITION OF DEFENSIVE DRIVINGS  Driving to prevent accidents in spite  of the incorrect acitons of others, or adverse conditions.  ACCIDENT PREVENTION FORMULA  1. Recognize the hazard. 2. Understand  the defence.   3. Act in time.  B.C. Motor  Vehicle Accidents  Total accidents .  Injured     Killed      Property  Damage     $2,550,702.47 $3,638,750.04  Killed, January, 1967 ���, 35  Killed, January, 1968 ��� 15 (approx.)  Pender Disi. Chamber  regular meeting date  NEXT REGULAR Council Meeting of the  Pender Harbour & District Chamber of  Commerce will be held Tuesday, March  18th, 1969, at 8 p.m. at the home of the  President, Mr, Doug Turner, at Madeira  Park,  All Council members and any other  members interested are urged to attend.  HIGHLY  successful  Soccer comes to  season  of, Juvenile,  close next Sunday,  -.' - ��� Down there  "No you don't," grad Ken Johnson  seems to tell Elphinstone player as  he scores another two points. Elphinstone were ahead to, start but gtads  soon evened score during Homecoming game with senior boys.  Sales  Service  S0WSERVIC  "i,i  . i -.  .1  TIO!  Highway 101  PHONE 886-9662  When the last of tho league games will bo,  played.  Last weekend Residential Braves and  Rcsidenitial Totems played in the North  Shoro Provinckrl Cup . Scmi-Finals.,'. On  Saturday at Sowden Park' the Braves  tackled M-acSwccn Highlanders holding'  thcrii to a five goal win,  On Sunday the Totems met Legion 110  niM-a'honc Park and although final score'  wafl'4-1 for the Legion, the Totems played'  an excellent game.  WEEKEND RESULTS  Divn. 7: R,C. Thundcrblrds 0���Sechelt  Timbcrmen 10; ShopEasy 0���Ilea, Warriors ,1; Cumfor Tigers 1���Gibsons Cou->  gars 0.  Divn. 6: Gibsons Chargers 1���Sechelt  Legion 0; Rcfl. Braves'0���Gibsons Legion I.  Divn. 2: Gibsons United, 0���Secholt Hot  Shots 5.  SUNDAY, MARCH 16  Divn. 7: Cnwfor Tigers vs Madeira  Park (Secholt); Tirobornnen. vs. Res. Warriors (Hacltctt Pnrk); Thundcrblrds va  Shop Easy (Roberts Creek),  Divn, 5: Gibsons Legion vs Sediclt  Legion (Gibsons); lies. Bruvea vn Gibsons  Chargers (Hackett Park). ,  M  BBS  AffE Y0U A  SI5#��ii*m��������3KS������^^  mwetopeir -. Lanm���aper  ���:'.:'-;. .]:wi^0iTovm job to do?  is Mat you need  bacbcNos/loader  Spaniards first found potatoes In Peru  In 1624.  SUPPLIES?  Wan* to make yout homo  larger, moro comfortable, moro  modern, moro beautiful?  Whatever homo improvement  project you have In mind,  you'll find helpful Ideas nnd  Information at yout one stop  supplies shop  Peninsula Building  Supplies Ltd.  Phono 885-9669  SECHELT, B.C.  NowC-^SK.580 Construction King-faatcAt.moHtpm*  diictlvo ond profHoblo londor/bnckhoo yon can own! Lifts 3800 lb,  ,   with Hydr-vloveling londcrr; dlgn moro thnn 16' deep with Kxtondn-  ,   hoo, Deaffmcd for high production dny.ln, dAy-out: torquo,converter, potoer Hhuttle, hydraulic BcIMovcling bucket, elnfilo lever  loader control. Rcturn-to-fHg KUtomittlcnlly repositions Iondor buck-  ' ot.'ChoIco ot bnckhoo controls wUhdu'al-lcvcr conlrola or foot swing.  E3AV_.US DEMONSTRATE THE fJEW CASE  .'   '    '-   58�� CONSTCUCTEON KM��  USED EQUIPMENT?, Yet. We have a good selection of  Backhoc-Lobdcr Tractors, Crawler-Loader tractors, etc.  available at attractive prices.  10547 King George Highway  NORfH SURREY, B.C.  P.O. Box  in  100  3^SS^S*^S^S^^P^��  SSS3S2SSSSISiSg?  FRANK E. DECKER, OPTOMETRIST  ,,..    Bal Block -Gibsons  ,, .,,,   Every Wednesday  ' 886-2248  i*', ���   GIBSON GIRL BEAUTY SALON  4 .'';-!>��� ���      Gjbsoris-Village  Everts at cuts;* coiffs arid colour  Custom  Perms  ��� Phono  886-2120  )]  ;,!, (CLOSED. MONDAY)  :    AUBIN'S UPHOLSTERY  ,  Furniture' Recovery a Specialty  ,    . ,, *-      I Fine line of fabrics.  Samples brought to home.  HAL AND MAY AUBIN  Tel. 885-9575, - Davis Bay  Telephone 806-2069  ROSE & ART ENTERPRISES  Pottery, Supplies, classes & firing  dealer for Duncan's Ceramic products  Pine Rd. & Grandvicw Ave.  P.O. Box 62, Gibsons, B.C.  L. & H. SWANSON LTD.  Septic Tanks and Drain Fields - Backhoo and  Front End Loader Work  Scrconed Cement Gravel - Fill and Road Gravel  Phone 885-9666 - Box 172 - Sechelt  OCEANSIDE FURNITURE  AND CABINET SHOP  Custom cablnotry for homo and office  Kitchen Specialists  R. Dlrkln, Beach Ave., Rob-arts Creek  Phone 886-2551 or 886-2261    ! ! ,      |   1 ���  Phono 885-2818  NITA'S BEAUTY SALON  Open in the Richter Block  Sechelt, B.C.  1 PERMANENT WAVES ��� TINTS  HAIR CUT ��� STYLING ��� SHAPING  9 a.m.. to 5 p.m. Tuosday-Soturdoy  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER  Household Moving & Storago  Phone 886-2664 R.R. 1 Gibsons  PENINSULA CLEANERS  1521 Gower Pr. Road  006-2200 Gibsons  FOR YOUR FAMILY PRY CLEANING NEEDS  HADDOCK'S CABANA MARINA  All electric cabins. Boat rentals.  Launching ramp.  Mercury Outboard sales and service.  Marine ways, Repairs,  883-2248 - Madeira Park, B.C.  McPHEDRAN ELECTRIC LTD.  ��� Residential - Commercial  Industrial Wiring  Electric Heating Specialists  Gibsons 886-9689  Serving Port Mellon to Pender Harbour  EXCAVATIONS  Foundations - trees removed  Clearing and Road Building -  Gravel, Navvy & Fill  A. SIMPKINS���8852132  BRICKLAYING  UNSHINE AUTO GLASS  COAST REPLACEMENT  ERVICE LTD.      A SPECIALTY  COLLISION REPAIRS,  24 HOUR TOWING���886-2811  Latest Equipment for 1  FRAME & WHEEL ALIGNMENT  Wilson Creek, B.C. -885-9466  John Hind-Smith     ',      '  .    ;     REFRIGERATION  PORT MELLON  TO PENDER HARBOUR  Phone 886-2231  from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  Res. 886-9949  Scows ��� Logs  SECHELT TOWING & SALVAGE  LTD.  Heavy Equipment Moving & Log Towing  L. HIGGS  Phone 885-9425  PARKINSON'S HEATING LTD.  GIBSONS  ESSO OIL FURNACES  No down payment - Bank Intorest r  Ten years to pay  Complete lino of appllancos  For freo estimate���Call 886-2728  TWIN CREEK LUMBER  BUILDING SUPPLIES LTD.  Dial 886 2808  When You Need Building Supplies  Give Us A Call.  FREE ESTIMATES  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  C & S SALES  SECHELT, B.C.  APPLIANCES - HARDWARE  -     .'   HOME FURNISHINGS  Phone 885-9713 '  TASELLA SHOPPE  Ladies' - (/ten's - Children's yVear  Yard Goods. Z Bedding:-. Linens  Dial 885^9331 - Sechelt, B.C.  belair Custom upholstery  REUPHOLSTERING - RESTYLING  , CUSTOM DESIGNED FURNITURE  DRAPERIES  Phone 886-2873 after 6 p.m.  4 HOWE SOUND 5-10-15c STORE  1589 Marine - Gibsons - 886-9852  Everything from Needles to  School Supplies  Bornina & Omega  Sales, Parts, Service  UNSHINE  EWING  ERVICE  FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION  REPAIRS AND SERVICE ON ALL MAKES  Mrs. Mono Havics - 885-9740  At tho Sign of tho Chevron  HILL'S MACHINE SHOP  & MARINE SERVICE LTD.  Machine Shop ~ Arc ond Acly Wcldfna  Steel Fabricating '������ Marino Ways  Automotive and Marino Repairs  Standard Marino Station  Phono 006-7721       Res. 806-9956, 806-9326  MADEIRA MARINA LTD.  Madeira Park - Pender Harbour  Ports & Marino Servlco  Dealer for Evlnrudo,  O.M.C. Storn Drive  Lawn Boy, Sportyak, Springbok,  K & C Thermoglass  Ford Marine Engines  & Pioncar Chain Saw Dealer  Phono 883-2266  Phono. 005-2062  SIM ELECTRIC LTD.  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS  APPLIANCES ��� ELECTRIC HEAT  Phono 885-2062  CONTROLLED BLASTING  FREE ESTIMATES  FRED DONLEY  Pender Harbour - 883-2403  ROY & WAGENAAR  B.C Land Surveyors  Whitaker Block - Davis Bay  R.R.  1 Sechelt, B.C.  885*2332 or ZEnifh 6430  SEASIDE PLUMBING  Gibsons  , Plumbing - Pipofitting  Steqmfitting - Hot Water Heating  Pipe Lagging  FRE,E ESTIMATES  Phono 886-7017 or 806-2848  MARINE MEN'S WEAR  SUITS: In Stock and Made to Measuro  Headquarter* for G.W.G. Work Clothes  Stanfield �� Arrow - McGregor  Currio - Pioneer Clothes  J CWELRY - TIMEK WATCHES  WATCH REPAIRS  1585 Marine Dr., Gibsons - 886-2116  Cuitom  Doilon  Construction  Landit-iapln-j  Renovations  Extentloni  Office novr open in B��mnet Block  Enquiricst  Box 218, Sechelt,  B.C  MARK-ELDER  CONTRACTORS LTD.  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Zv\  .��WllMWII��iM||yMlm|umM4W4|>  The ��� .ftrtwto Tifte^    Wedn^oy, Morch 12, W��        lcnkj   wrii&S  The Psmnsula*I&8^  -1-     '       4   T ' #      -.  "J way &e won?; fc��f / sfial/ not be so wrong as 'to fail to say what I Relieve to be right."  ,���/;, " , ,* * ,      1  - __   -. _     ���John Atkins  DouGtAsG.'WliEEtER, Editor ��� Stewart B. A_gard, Publisher  i4^��44WM^-|��-^~--CTnw  iirr*i���������-'*"""1*M"*"'*",*''"M'M'  -**-.~4 .  ���from the Legislature, Victoria  ONE OF the highlights of the legislature  this past week was the speech by MLA  Frank Calder, NDP, member tor Atlin.  He was vehement in his address ito- the  Speaker, calling on the Government- ���to-  direct its attention to discriminatory pra'c-  .tices by unions against Indians .who leave  reservations to seek industrial employment,       - , i  The Atlin MLA -asked the Government  to certify the Native Brotherhood of B.C.  Society as a Collective Bargaining Agent  for Indians in ��11 employment areas, and_  thus combat the discriminatory practices"  now prevalent.  He said he was prepared to become a  'maverick' within his own party if necessary, in order to speak for the 'North?  where he was born and raised, and he  j  _  \h  _ /  y -  LAST Saturday The Times office're-   for employment/They later withdrew  ' ceived a visit from a"Vancouver fe-   but two others who applied were ac-  male who, it would appear/ was ex-   cepted. One stayed until she left the  Itremely well" versed, in the usual left-   district, the other was involved in shop-  ist mdpctrine and while we still have   lifting and had her employment termin-  _o conception as to why shtf called, she    ated. The' only'other applicant was ac-     ^   ^    ^ _ ^   ^^ _^  ^  succeeded in making abundantly clear   cepted and is still so employed together   said tluit though he had voted against,  the fact that whatever proof was avail-   with" the one girl who successfully pas-    Bill 33 last year, along with his.colleagues,  able to the contrary, she still chose to   sed out as a nurse. The father of this  support the claims by trouble makers   girl, Joe Paul has been employed for 17  that the non-Ind(ans  of "the Sunshine   years by Sechelt Motor Transport.  ^A rough total, places approximately  sixty native Indians in full time employment, many of them in positions of responsibility. Considering we have a total  population of over 8,000 on the Sunshine Coast, of these, the Indian population is approximately 500, the percentage in permanent employment is rea-  ade which, in- effect,- was a completely   sonably good considering that there are  biased, preconceived judgement of the   others who operate their own ftshboats.  entire sorry situation. ���       " ���   <" There are also Salal plants in the area    ^ ^ ^  ^   ^ ������.������.����������� ���  .People such,as she are responsible   which are continually seeking workers,   t***^"*!^  today for stirring up trouble,, thrqughout Glancing back through The Times   had his, on the floor of the house.  the Western World. They create hostility   files willJ reveal hundreds of pictures  where peace and happiness 'previously   and stories involving younger native In-  existed by the simple'process of infiltrat-   dians in organizations such as scouts,  ing the ranks pf a responsible ^society,   brownies, sporting activities, etc.  Coast   exercise   discrimination   against  the Indians.        -  This particularly vicious, vindictive  and" garf ilous woman ' commenced her  attack with a number of slanderous  statements, indicated quite clearly that  any viewpoint "other than her own was  invalid, and "proceeded to launch a tif-  he would now seek government intervention in the current labour dispute between  Granduc and its employees.  In a stirring emotional appeal to the  Legislature, he said that the Indian ,was  tired of 'being unequal. He* said he was  'sick and tired' of the non-Indian leading  the Indian. "Let him lead himself," he  shouted.  He reiterated that he was tired of  unions kicking the Indian around, and,  addressing the Minister of Labour, through '*-  Mr. Speaker, said that "The first citizens  of this Province will be knocking on your  door."  Hon. Leslie Peterson, in reply, said 'that  every person sometime "has his moment of  engaging the aid of a few-pawns and  responsive 'agitators who-in^tunr enlist  the support of .gullible supporters. Suddenly they, strike and in..areas such as  this where the process-of complete integration being established, dissension is  promoted and the work' of a decade is  set back twenty years.  Accusations of police brutality by  Berger sviggested that while victims were  in fact beaten by police, they were careful to leave no 'obvious indications of  brutality. A spokesman for the Sechelt  band later climbed aboard the band wagon with additional claims of discrimination.  Following a meeting last Saturday  pf the Indian Brotherhood, a new aspect has entered the situation, we now  have claims of bruises and lacerations  inflicted by the police. What has been  so obviously overlooked is'thep^st; records of ��pme of the few individuals on  the reserve who related  on television. This,  the gems we expect  results of an extensive' enquiry are re-  leased. 4 -   .       -  The Times, has oil -numerous occasions expressed the view that industry  must be ericouragedfto the area in order  to provide work for1 our young popple  School opened up a year or so ago  to full integration and while a few problems cropped up at first, things have  been working out very well indeed. Unfortunately" '- this recently created dissection by a few individuals has resulted ina retardation which has now opened up what wasa steadily closing gap.  It was' a pleasure to observe the Indian youngsters on their way to school  each morning. Clean and neatly dressed  they were a credit to their parents and  made their way with the usual jokes and  laughter associated with youngsters. Now  they walk- by in many cases with their  eyes downcast and in comparative silence, happiness has been replaced with  Mr. Peterson stated that when the First  Citizens knock on his door���rthe door will <���  be open!  EDUCATION  The Education estimates were completed late Friday, and among the many interesting aspects here, was -an announcement  by the Minister of Education, the Hon. Don  Brothers, that his Department would study  the question of amalgamation of Vocational Schools and Regional Colleges."  The Federal and Provincial Governments share the costs of Vocational  Schools, -while the Provincial Government  pays 60% of the cost of operating Regional Colleges. Fees and local taxpayers  make up the remaining 40% operational  costs.  The Minister mentioned that Regional  Colleges are one of the more exciting concepts in Education today.  A $4.9 million contract has been awarded (to complete-the Glendale School for  Retarded Children, in Saanich. The final  stages of this project will be the erection  ,c  r  \    "41  "I  **    ���fc  0  >  .1  V'J  <-���>      4  *%  M  \  "<  V  1  jj3  fi  u  0:  v.  c:  *  ('  I."    rV>  V  /  //  \  r  At   IBI^  We cannot help but feel-the postal service- is regressing  gloom and this is one of the greatest of a 400-bed>uil(hng whach wdl include a  primp* of M         '"     '          ' treatment and hospital wing, and recrea-  crime_oiau.     t                                ^       ��� tion facilities.' - -  For agitators to demand equal rights Foundation-areas have- been cleared  for the Indjari is somewhat ludicrous for and preparations' made' for -the*erection of  it would be interesting to know just, a laundry" attd" heating felant^o serve the  -,t,���* ^���_-'����rf "^-��W;,r��;ri��� i_ ^c A**.' school.       >.    v ;   .* .  Readers Right  Pot Smokers  Editor, The Times,  \ Sir���In regard to the recently published letter in The Times signfed "Nine Worried Taxpaying Parents," I would like to  make a reply.  These "N.W.T.P." first stated they were  concerned over the incidents of marijuana  smoking by some of the students of Elphinstone. -Let me pojnt out, that as long  as marijuana is available in this province,  there are going -to be'^and'are), pot smokers in'lhis and other public schools, whether ybi|;want to believe it or not  Next a word about our body paint-in.  This i-fear, as you may know, each class is  putti% its own page(s) in our school yearbook, IJThis means each division must raise  its 4^ money ithrough sponsors and fund  rais$SE <frives to pay for its page(s) and  f_m,^_u_ng the w��5eks/6f money-raising,  Irishman said, "Ivery man for his own  couritry.'*  *"Kee�� up [the good, work, Doug. In another .ten years who knows? %he population may be tripled, and sq also the circulation of THE TIMES.-Good luck to  you- all. ���  r"-.�� - '    v. l.  Behind fthelron Curtain  Editor, .The .Times,  Sit: In view of the unrest, which according to the daily newspapers is"  rampant at the various universities across  the-North American Continent and in  other parts of the world���I would esteem  it a favour if you will kindly publish an  extract from a report'which I believe  will interest your readers. This is taken  from the ''Intelligence Digest" published  at Cheltenam, England���for February,  1969���which, as you no doubt know is a  reputable paper supplying up to ,date  information on world" events for the'past  thirty Jyears' to its"'readers scattered all  . existfor ^e* Canadiaii Indian' that the  /.'average* non-Indian Canadian^ certainly  'has nottf^ufmgl"the',p_t fejv mohth&The  Tunes has" published news releases "by  the-Federal Government of 'grants available, to native Canadian Indians.;These  include: Last October; B.C. Indian Fish-  - -��! will' haVe more-to slay on the Education Estimates," particularly in areas of  Remedial^Teaching,' ia*my  next   news  Security Council resolution of November, 1967, on the Middle East and for  Russia's new "peace offensive" in the  Arab-Israeli conflict.  "In addition, the urgent need for the  destruction of the "fascist" regimes in  Greece, Portugal, and Spain were agreed,  as was the need for support for the "freedom fighters" everywhere they are stijl  being oppressed by imperialism, Colonialism, and neo-colonialism.  "The fact that it could be held, and  ,that a proper international preparatory  committee functioned in advance, and  that the conference drew student delegations from 22 countries, indicates ithat  the so-called student "action in the West  has a central nerve-centre, and that the  nerve-centre is behind -the Iron-Curtain.  I trust you will  extend 'to me 'the  ��� courtesy of publishing this information  '.for the. benefit of your readers'���who,' I  am sure look to you for-leadership in  keepiag, the public informed.1      '   ���  I-shall look" forward to receiving an  -���acknowledgement'4n due coutse.  "' A   < ���'��� -,!   .'���".���'    '. THE TYKE  report.  one  _�����    **     *!  inrnunt^l? ffff'v^m-y �� ^-ermew," loans andgrimts*wm-be"paid for  encounter great difficulty in obtaining  employment.* Th,is applies to both Indians and .nqn-Indiansi  That *a man' who claims to be band  J' manager has the gall to publicly state  ii his people cannot obtain,.work in the  ���j area due to discrimination, is an out-  ���A right He.-From figures we have been  I given, there are a total of twenty-two  J j employed "at Port Mellon, eight of'whpni  ��� | arc on part time.  | Tyee Bait'Products of {Jechclt pre  sently employs ten Jndian wpjnefl. Han-  sens Transfer has consistently, employed  Indians. A number are employed at the  Residential School, We;^ave one girl  who for some, yc-vs h��s been employed  as a waitress;i||i,lc^^";c^kj!,''A''''service  station operator at pnp time1 employed  Indian youths, thijl tehninatcd after a  number of ��� hew cars were stolen and  damaged. Another service station ojper-  ator states he hftsneyer yet been approached  by  an  Indian  for employment.  construction and purchase of fishing vessels, gear and shore facilities and for fisheries training courses. The program is to  involve the sum of 4.6 million dollars over a five year period.  December 1968: Finances available  for off reserve housing. Funds available  for Indians \vjshing to build off the reserve has' been increased from $6,000  to $10,000. This is flexible in that  whereas previously $1,000 of the amount had to be spent on furnishings, the  entire- amount may now be used for building. In order to obtain this loan, the  applicant has only to provide $135 if his  income is less than $3,000 annually  (^ross).This is ty the nature of a second  mortgage and providing the borrower  meets his first mortgage obligations satisfactorily, the loan is forgiven at the  rate of one-tenth per year.  January; 1909: Indian Farm Credit  Act. Indian farmers forming a syndicate  the^lvisions put on a variety of projects.  shoe^ninesV candy .and >b3ke sales, etc. --over-the-world. I quote from the report:  Ch_(d|vi_orL decided to dp something orig- "Marty people,- especially some} of the  inaPppd ^spmething "that people would militant leaders\7themselves, have lately  spen^ftheir'memey on-\We a ked several -1"'     l-*~ J--'-'-*��� i,-Lt"v*'-' - j- ��� -  girls* as- they, would be willing to partici-  ���Of interests to* ^alL but* narMrvniaT-w +��    pafe4n. a'body paint-in one noon hour, sirauons ana sn-ms, aenves its ii  laSXSy^                                                                                            they ��>uld '*,("The. stalled 'riev/> left; as in^f^ ���'-^^����f'^^?*^b^M��^  er VanSTan^TcrealS VteS^    ��l^thing they Unted to. As it hap- ted ���bVt'he - student aetion, is ^elainHed 4o - newspaper on March,&th leaves thepub-  ing Aid Association, inoludirtgDr'McNeill,    P*"^.0'*1*5 y��unS  lady- wore  a  bUdni- be" equally opppsed td'the existing vcoh-  Orthopologist, UBC Dr Malcolm Graham     (TO* T*1*3 her own, choice, knowing it servatlshi of-society * in the West and in  Physician and Surgeon,  Victoria, Presi-    woul^ at^act more people and thus more the   Communist   World,   Moreover, ' the                       nremises" allows tesidents to  dents; of. ,th_ three major Senior "Citizens  ,&**&&** dmsion.)   Everyone who .mUit-ancy ^ in /;the --different.* countries- -i* TgW'^E  t5K v��f ?*!<_  Groups in B.C., senior officials from the -*a,,tioiDa'te,ior watched this bodv Daint-m. saii-l   tn   ho   immftrHinnted   nnA   lnrtrolv    xninK, ior example, mat it was l wno  Social Welfare I  atives from the  Deaf.  This'enthusiastic group entered into a   }n * hilci^t^t^ey'did ����t^ should^not it WOuld be difficult to explain away a  llc^vvith the impression'that I.made made  fouj-, premises)in my> Feb. :13thi)letter< of  resignation. ,Tho Board's4 statement -"He  '-^artib(pated or watched this body paint-in,    said  uncoordinated   and   largely  B.C. Hydro eriiploy Indians in various   to farm may borrow up to $100,000 for  capacities, so do the various logging  companies,-' ,,--,   ��� - Regarding the ^tcm,en^ that despite  the fact land was donated by the Indians for the hospital only two are presently employed thcrp. A. spokesman  tells us that originally four only applied  *mr"'T''mj"?f'"""mt'  land Improvement. This, is to encourage  farming of reserve lands much of which  is presently lciiscd to non-In(|ians. Individual farmers may also obtain up to  $40,000 under tho scheme.  When npn^^dians stand tip and cry  "Red power, aparthicd, and equal rights  for the, Indian", then wo can but ponder their motives? t  THEPENiwsuii^yfc^      Fletcher's Philosophy  Published Wednesdays at Sechelt  6n B.C.'s Sunshine Co��st  , '   ' :'     A/   '��� [ ������'������'  Scchch Peninsula TTimw ttd.  Box 310 * Sechelt, B.C.  Douglas O. Wheeler, Editor  S, I), Alsgard, Publisher  $13  ��  Serving the area Irony Porf" yMtftpn ��� to Egmont  (Howe Sound toJervl.% Met)  ���4|f"MW��lf����l��l-IH-��B4��4lll��4l����MI|l��l��<HH��mi��m��W��Mm.MMIiMMaM  THE  ���Horry W* Fletcher  HOME  A homo should ho a secret place, occuro,  An insulated, ln||malo reftcat,  Removed from all the noises of (he street,  Hut not too far away from life's- allure.  Tho hp-isc Itself may picaso tho copnolKsciir  OJ archllcc|iire,or may fall to, meet  The Ktatuiimi-i o\ \\\o nejphhprhaod elite;  Rut this ii) homo and this y/v know for mire,    .  Wlio cares what other people think they nee,  We kriow therp iif�� ��P window* In tho heart,  And no four walls' cjiii hullil a sacristy  For housing love when love's a thing npnri.  A ncasjint shack's dMlgi-i may hold for me  Jllpst peace, (m^ make n mockery,of art,  If you should search for where most discord  '.   breeds, >"' ' ' '"  Ix)ok first within tho Rlldcrt marhle halls,  Where Croesus plans his dally Rrccdy deeds,  And not to Ihoao who tend tho sinblo stalls.  I'.iicli liuni|)la worker has his normal, needs,  Hut mostly peace within his own four walk  MMt-pWMMHM^HMiiM  7,  Mnn, RldnwrecHcd on tiny Inland, to  companion: "You know whnt I mlsn  riaoist? Jogemg.,��   ;  1  very worthwhile 4iscussion on our plans  to set up some type of Hearing Aid Clinic  in the Province,  As Chairman organizer of this meeting, I am quite confident that a realistic  programme wi}l be developed in the not  too distant future and in fact, I am hopeful we will have this Programme on the  board and into action in a matter of a few  months.  SquaringlyYours  : ���by Maurice Hemstree!  WELL! ITS rather ear-dry' in the morning,  about 11:45 a.m; but after being out  last night '|o see tio-w tfhe non-��fquare dancers have' ah even,Wg out one looks at tho  world ^n a different light. That is if you  can get your eyes open) at a^? Of course  at a firemen's dinner there is a bar where  one can usually get liquid energy. 'Leaded up with t^c-^tsp illy in my first glass of  'bovenage; he sure was a- itihlraty Ht|tlo fellow but' unfortunately, when ithe lights  were turned down, he got swallowe^. Then  I wns Informed by some qf the VftremeiVs*'  wives ith4 it was a fcmple iaq--tse fly and  that 1 hqd just finished, off tlie whole family,    '';< ." ���.;-,��� ' ' ���;  ���; ��� ' >* ' '    '    ���  '��� All /together, the dinner for (the fire-  men was very -nico. The food was Jusb  terrific, but there was not rimy forrh of a,  program ito intfire��(,* thpso w|io hao) no-  wish to wear out their shoes going to and  from from the bar and ty 'really, docun't  tqlce long ito drown a tsc4so fly. The trouble was that not one fireman pi-espnt knew  how to give artificial re^plrmtlU to a Ihc-  itso fly ho I had to leave o��irly, On behalf  of our firemen nnd hdnburnry firemen  pa.*?t chief Tom Parish, his wtfo Glndys  and JWr, n-n��| lyirs, Goorgo Adams, pn.%  ����rrctary-4troasuror of our society, wo wbh,  to thank.Jplm Pe|u-ln and |il8 ataff who  aid such n wonderful catering Job for  the banquet, -Also to the (trustees who  eapaibly nrrnnficd' lihe nrnnual dinner,  Thp party wpu|tl not hlive been the  aame without oi|r tms^d Fire MnrslMill,'  Corpora) Underbill,'hln wifw'lngrld. amd  Times Editor Doug >Wh��*W, wlih lis to  enjoy the pvoning. Once ngn|n we Ihanlt  you nil but If I had my druthers, 1 would  have druther gono nqunre di}|\cln��7  The next squaro <|anco ls on March l'W-h  next Sat. iyt the JiopMns llatl' wUh Iho  Glbsona Squarernaders, 8;3D p,m, with call-'  or -Hnrry Itobe|*tson and Wipers, .make It  a (\n\a to attend.  f)t|U want to got tllio old P'romcnndcm'  on ithe road again, but need a llttilo help,  like twenty tatrt on itho floor, but will mt-  tle for two or so.  Well, lit ls time to push on but I wnniti  to leave yon wlfih th((( -fhouRhL In mind,  "Imllc is cheap, notion hns n purpose to  better llvlw. bo if yo\t want to square  <6anee, en lit B8.Vfl041. It's never too late Io  ��tort a awd recreation,''  have come. We made over fourteen dollars  that noon hour and I thihk', it most unfair  to our division who worked hard making  posters, setting up, lights, making paint,  etc.,'to be criticized as we have been.  ��� Before anyone" condeinns the activities  at. any body or organization (especially a  {public school), all the facts should be  Iknown, Such unsound opinions as voiced  in this paper by "N.W.T.P." often creates  an undesirable imstee for this school, and  degrades ��� the administration, staff, and  iitopeciaily the students. .���,','.',  A'AZZ7'^rmm^i^^'&Z'm^. vi, 10-1  iZ���','-py '::7. . Elphinstbrie'Secondary.iSohobl  "��� '"   "    "   " !:��� -.-.  ���  sinister "European student conference"  for the purpose of coordinating and intensifying the student action which was  held in Budapest during tfie first week  of January. It received almost no publicity, probably by design, and some of the  details have only now leaked oqt.  " ''The conference was attended by  "new Left" student delegations from 22  countries, including every country in  west' Europe and North America. The  preparatory. cqmmi-|tep cpnsislcd of rep-  My statement read "Available information shows that over-expenditure in sec--  tions A to D (operating sections) of the  1968 budget, totalled only $19,430.00."  The School Board press release states  "the many errors show Mr. Bell's lack of  understanding of the fundamentals at  stake and his failure to check his facts  and sources of information." Is it possible that the Board is basing it rebuttal  upon emotion nnd not upon rational  analysis of the statements I have made?  I   make   this  query   after   reading  the  resehtatives ; of stuclpnt organizations "in * Jf"en.  3   Wewsletier   published  by   the  r-tritnin nptimnrlf  '     -R^li-riiim        PnlrinH        Board  Of  Open Letter  Editor, The TJmes,     /     ; ,  Sir: My congratulations to the publishers, arid staff ofTH[E. TIMES. ���'.'.,  Coverage for al|,-which of,'course is  most plensjng. Like TV", the commercials  make it poss.ibjej^w^ ^icriiiflate'', the".,''. alleged ^sclsm  in the  Britain,,,   pen Poland,    Bpnrt ?^School Trustees.fr study of t,his  Hungary arid1 Yugoslavia. The identity of "'"  thesp organisations  has  not  been  dis-'  cloae^Y'ZyzZZ'Y'ZZ' :'ZZ ; ;���  ������,,.', VThevmain; subject considered at thb  conference was what further intornatiom-  al action is to bo undertaken by "progrcsr  ffiypl!'''student: :o>��[qniz��fii(ohs to "Consoli-  ,.i_-    .pQac(i   and    sp*^,rHy"    and   ito  newsletter will reveal that the budget  figures given for 1908 are incomplete  and do not balance, ,'"YY  JOHN C. BELL  ' . ;���'���'-���'���-���:'.��� District Librarian  date  our, good little; TIMES possible,  Z What Is "biased?" I have never been  priviledged to nieet you; however, I do  suspect you of having Liberal l,cdpings  That's fine. Wple]} -rerr|in^9 rne ol! a istory,  penning over the shipv rail,- approaching  Ireland, an Irishman shouted ''Ilooray for  VVeM-;! -which.'��� ,'.i tocfay ,' threatens    world  , ''Vijstnam '..���ipeVlttubly.' figured , large,  with^ \^ondomna)i6n ;pf. America's ng-  gro^sioh- arid a decision tq stop up the  dernohfi^'ntions, of solidarity with the  heroic'; Vietnamese people who nro flght-  Irelnnd;" tho dour Scot s^ncllng beulc|o    ing against this, aggression  him muttered,  "Hoo-ray''"forjlbpll." Th!c,   ;;';"There w��s also full support for the     ���  COMMERCIAL PRINTING  !'   '    '       ; '     . '*'���'���-.     '"���;���������/''(  seeJMEflMSS  IMssafp^^^gfaam^g^igji^jii^^  f*"  r'���1,'a'ilf^,T^'',"  t'1 j, 1, ill '.' .,.)].!  UONS CLUB  Jack Nelson  Mona Club Community Calendar Is alroacjy  aUr^cfifig 0r^| Jriteresf- and order* are novr  boitig qccep^od, To assist Sunshine Coast- rosj-  donte sacking listings, the following four men  havo agreed Io stand as Captains for specific  areas: Cliff Salahub, , Longdate to Roberta  Creole, phono 805*9600. Chuch Ayrea, Roberts  Creak to Davit Bay, phono 005-2375. Jack Nelson, Ponder Harbour, 005-9630. L P. Hanaon,  Secholt, West Secholt and Halfmoon Bay, phono  0Q5r2029. Mombora of tho Lions Club should  qpproocli you botweon now arid April 10, but  should you be miospd, please contact either ono  of theso foiir men.  i-ft^i (-4ji| w*rpr>ifl i* iw��m/4\; R��  ,***w4*t��*#t414A#jitjp j  ��Ayt ]  i.,i���.i...lf..,d  ,  !L>,...Haniai.  mm  f'V  -***> ^^^.,i,J��4^.'���.^.H���*^^4,����.#ft.J4���..w4M^#F��*'^*>.-4H4(^4���^���'^"-4.** r*.-* ^* jA,v4.^i��f^*..^4i(��| ,4*.*m^.��.*^��4��'4V*4(*41*"'**!<f*4.��**.��4-��**,1*'r*-* ^V^*��*i^��** ^^^^#^*^44J*����^>(*.lW��*.^,l^^%^,A./flVf*.>^,(*'.ffcB^. ^�� wf, Ae***~* 4- f*, 4% ^4, ^v** ^4 A*.***f. ,*.,...^(, ��.���*? M^t^Hi *V^,fl.,��.i.A ^*4V,Awfe��^'.^,l#4W^^'^|t4^4-4!*^.^ 4.-'^ ��*4^'��,l'!4.^^*^4t ^%,.* ^,^4^ ,,^ ,h^. ,*^j* ^^^  I ' "' ' ' ' '. ' '    '���.-''''      I.       ' ... I       '   .       ' , '       ' '','. 'l' '"        t''"'������.'.'' . ' ' ' ,,.',', ,        ' ' |       4(4     '    '  k lB������**4l*"W*' ���#,  ��*W ���t***w>1**<'"54-*^ _ ���&** U -**W k**W**~  -WWW- _^el*l-rt*>��*^ !��/*>**-���*. *.V1-W   J��>   ��^fr^l^^'*^-4^l^-''lJJ-4*l\;wrfl._r'^ -^*r\i       _*U,  ;   *Vt   -.***>���    JV-tH- ���*   <* -tfK  t-*^*,*4>   **  \.z  I-    ��~   JlM     J f       _t J^J   -_ ��,}_      ^-^    _���        4  '    1      *���'  Halfmoon Bay Happpni  rungs  t >Y       > y> - -^-by Mary Tinkley  SOME pF the Bay'a residents who escaped take membership duos for St." Mary's Hos-  our miserable winter "by taking off for pitqi Spciety. ,    %     s  greener fields have now returned home', enrT_. ��,�����-    - ,  Mr. and -Mrs. Andy Hansen have enjoyed a ?" _?____A��_P.  (  three montrs' trip to Europe. Accompanied  by Andy's nephew, Kurt Hansen, they flew  to Majorca where they spent Christmas  and then continued on to Denmark where  they were guests of Andy's parentis in  South Jutland.  While in Denmark, they had a visit  from Bill Parsons of West Sechelt who  had been on a trip *to England and flew  over to see them.  Kurt Hansen has stayed behind in  Denmark for the time being.  MISFORTUNE  Mr. and Mrs, Rob Wilkinson are home  at Welcome Beach after ,a most eventful  trip including car-crash, floods and,snow.  Trip started unfortunately when 'their car  was involved in a collision beforenthey got  vany further than Vancouver, 'Rob sustained broken ribs and considerable damage to his car. .After a delay of seven days,i  they continued southwards in a new car,  visiting Las Vegas and then on to Desert  Hot Springs. Here they experienced more  rainfall than is usual in this1 sunny part of  the country and roads were blocked by  floods. Returning home by Highway 99,  they stayed overnight at: Weed m ^he  Shasta area, where it snowed so heavily  that' a snowpldwvwas needed to dig them  out.  '   Rob, deciding he'had come back to the"  frozen north, changed into his snow tires,  but after a few more miles found no further need of them.  HEAVY FLOODS '  Another traveller who saw something  of the Jloods in California is Mrs. Mel Haf-  vey, who went down for a'two-week visit*  but was so warmly welcomed by _1 her  family and friends that she stayed five  w*eeks. She visited her parents in Modesto,  Mel's parents in San 'Mateo and her son  Rex Luster in Salida.  iMrs. Harvey, a native Californian, says  the floods were the worst in 25 years and  20,000 people were evacuated.  She reporte considerable unrest in parts  of the State and had\ quite a frightening  experienceJ while driving thrqugh San  Francisco when she found herself in the  midst) of a negro riot.  AUXILIARY MEET  Haifmoon Bay Auxiliary 'to St. Mary's  Hospital held its first meeting of the year  on March. 3rd at the home of Mrs. Frank  Jorgensen.  Officers elected for 1969 were Mrs. G.  Rutherford, President; Mrs. Q. Burrows,  "Vice-President; 'Mrs. O. Comyn, Sec.-Treas.  Mrs. L. Jorgensen, Regal' Line; 'Mrs. G.  Rutherford and. Mrs. Q. Burrows, Co-ordinating Council; Mrs. R. Warne, Thrift  Shop and Mrs. J.^Parrish, Publicity.  (Members of the Welcome Beach Community Association enjoyed a happy and  congenial^ social evening last Saturday.  The program included community singing,  ���accompanied *by Mr*: Jim Cooper and a  skit representing a meeting of the Sunshine Coast Betterment Committee.  Those taking part were ytrs. J. Allen,  Mrs. Guy Clear, Mrs. Hugh Duff, Mrs.  Jerry 'Hynek and Mrs. Chas. Tinkley.  George Morritt showed some of the fine  slides covering thousands of miles travel-  lingfthrough eastern Canada and the United States. There were pictures of the  J-Jew England State's, Washington, D.C.,  Philadelphia,' Virginia and Kentucky. It is  hoped that Mr. Morritt will return On another occasion with some of his interesting  slides of1 Utah.  Winners of a newshound contest were  Mrs. J, Allan and Anton- Kadin.  " -Welcome Beach Hall now his a most  active program operating, with a shuffle-  board tournament in fulL swing with 8  teams cop-ipeting. Mr. Jim Meechan has  an Art Class on Tuesdays; and -the Wednesday affernoon Dressmaking class is  proving a most successful and popular attraction. V ' t  '"' l-Jext film show will be on Wednesday,  March'l^ at 7:30 p.m. when another colourful program is offered, covering folk  dancing W the ONE and-a peep at'the  Banff -School 'of Fine Arts and its many  activities!" Again viewers will get a 'look  atv-spme sp,eciiacular scenery .-and- wild life  studies in ''Land of theOverlanders" which  J  v,  n.  �����i  ���{ r  "V  ���   4.  '3  \\  si  ,*���'  t  1  ^  v.   r  /  t  - s  '           \          -  ***  4f  1    *       ,  r *  il  ..        -'-       1  r������  W-  u  M*  /  '.I  ���<s  si  J  Jl  \V  Porpoise Bay wharf  for extensive repair -  GREENLESS Piledriving Company Ltd.,  of Vancouver, has been awarded, a $51,-  756 -contract-for wharf repairs at Porpoise Bay, B. C, Public-Works Minister  Arthur Laing announced today.  . Three bids were received, the" highest  being $56,585. The contract was -awarded  to-the lowest'tender.   . 4  '>  Plans call' for repairs to thew wharf- ��� _      .   . .  head   and   approach.   Wharf  dimensions fg-g have eagerly amticipated.  are 9,200  square, feet."Renewal "of the _r.     '    ''.SZ^r���. il>_' "��,_ -h,-^,  follo^sjthe route fronr Jasper along the   superstructure" wilL require '93,500' board ���^$& SS^S^ Sf ��5?  ^A^omp^-RfVer-to^cHintR^bson    feet of treated timber:   '              '    , was formed m September under,the direc  anri   Wp11�� 42wtv   Panto- , "r��/��+��Tkiie- Wn��4,ii-�� \ '*"���'.        '    " .. '   -   '  and Wells Grav Parks-. "Octonus Hunt"        U, ' " ' ;,      ' "'��� .            '  - '    ' tion of Music Master, Mr. Frank Postte-  sho^r s?m?f_cmatok und.?waTlr     '   ^lans 'and   sPe����cations   were   pre- thwaite/manr^ere' taking music for the  snows  some fascinating underwater    parp4 by  th? Vancouver ..office, of the first timer others had-stiffed under ^the  '-''"     ''���            ' ���*                            federal .Department of Publie Wor]cs^ ,W- previous music programme. Besides regu-  W-, Ryan,  director of the department's lar lessons'tey have d^oted their liihch  Vancouver   District,   will   supervise" the hour to music and in ax'-months'ttihey have  reached such' a1 high "standard that they  RECREATION  ThevHalfmoon Bay Recreation Com- ,w���������vct  _.���TO   WU1  WHCi��__   _��  S^JS'^S a, y?*^**^ ^ cbntcact, scheduled for. completion-Aug,  its progratn for the younger folk last Sat- 1   laeo                        "-              \    s     -i  urd^There'-was a p_arty for the younger '        "            '                "          ���'���''    '  children; follOwe_'by,'dancing for the teen-  Elphinstone Band ^;; > ^ ,"        <  Now 32 'members strong, Elphinsitohe   Playingforhialf"_n^ouratIastSatur-  School Band led'by Music Master, day/s Homecoitiin^lhey'sent a surge  Frank PosWethwaite is a credit -to lhev  ol pride ttttrbugh.lhe audience as tbey  school, ithe district and more*especial-   played a selection-,of -eight pieces.'  ly to their teacher'and themselves. ' '- A -  Elphinsione Band in excellent form  ELPHINSTONE School Band gave its first   this year. "~ \    .  ' concert -performance last' Saturday at    .   Lust Saturday fheywon- acclaim from  Elphinstone-Secondary School's Homeeom- "* P^ud ^J?Sfe>^di^lSf"  ��� , ,������   �� ^j ,'_   x- j ���-.    playmg a selection of 8 pieces. Promotion  ing and 16th Birthday celebration* and it    M���ch ^ey dedicated' W."Qld7<TSpwcs."  ftflily met the^standards which many, eager    Frere- JacqUes-^Biculturalism; Prelude in  - C Sharp"Miribr; Hnof Ejand! March;, When  The' Saints~Go Inching ,In;' King -of the  Road; John' Henry; War March' -dfr the  Priests and Happy _uithday which ,was  -unrehearsed and ^Eufe.of-MOntezuma,  'Mr,   (Pbstlleithwaite ;. predicts  ithat^ Ithe  1 band will be" some si***ty inembers-strong  ne��fc-year.       .      , >  ~ ���  * The'Feplnsulo Nicies Page S  Wednesday, March \2, 1969  ��*������������""������������������"��II|-Mlll��l I        ���___-���������  _��__���__*  I Sechelt Notes  MRS. MANFORD Cook and daughter Shirley spent a few days in Duncan visit--*  1   ing her parents Mr, and Mrs. White. Mr.  White had just returned from a stay in  hospital in Victoria.  Mr. and Mrs. Allen Wood spent a few  days .travelling to Williams Lake visiting  with Phyl and Hilda DeLeenheer and  Florence and Tony DeAnglees, both for-  m_ly of Sechelt. They then travelled on  to visit friends in Vernon and Kelowna before returning home.  Captain and Mrs. Gordon Jones had a.  brief surprise visit from their son Scott  and-Mrs. Jones of San Francisco.  The Ben Lahg's enjoyed a visit by their  family from Vancouver; Mr. and Mrs,  Ervdn Gary with Lissa and Michael, also  Mr. and Mrs. Alan Marshall.  Mrs. Harry Hill is in Vancouver to be  with Mr. Hi!U who is seriously ill in  Shaughnessy Hospital. Our sympathy to  Mrs. Hill on the sudden death of her  bfother Mr. Cather, last week.  Middle age: When you smile at a girl  and she thinks you are one of her father's  friends.  ^$fi&^&*^^  The   iron   contained-; in-.potatoes*-*:is  Will compete In the school,* band-festival - nearly-100%. digestible.'    '     ���    '    ;  ��es  will be held weekly .for  6 weeks, commencing  TUESDAY, fvWtCl-K  IS  7:30 p.m.  AT THE HEALTH UNIT  OFFICE, GIBSONS  For  further  information  please  contact   your   doctor,   or   the  Health  Unit Office, <3ibsons.  PHONE 886-2228  ��"��ffi��fe��s;s��^^  agers..  -M��--nbers,pf- the Recreation Comnyssiani  organized" the programme and acted as  ohiaperones. This group would" like to ob-  ���}am-a.;pingpong set* for ��� the use of the  children and Mrs. Pat Murphy' would like  to hearrfrom anybody* who* his -a set they  no longerlaieed. Please 'telephone her at  885-9487. '  IN BRIEF  Mr. H. E.' Wiser was in the area last  Friday to^attend a Memorial Service at  the Church of His'Presence for'ihis ��rotih-  er, the^'late Kelvin "Wiser,* who~died on  December-23rd., jCanqn Alan Greene officiated. *���'- *���   VV" -" A - - -t "- -  1 MK?.\^liiz^be1ih' Pearce/i^ coping1 with  burst ^pip^s", at "her Redrooffs 'home' after  The Auxiliary is planning a.-Wine and ' spending* the^winter^ jnj^^couver^with  Cheese Party, probably in April and also HerJ daughter^. ��� Fortuna-t^ely," she brought  plans ^to raffle the beautiful" hand-crafted back wit^'Herxi1*���- son-in.-lawr.George An-  garden seat made and donated by,Ed. deisson and^he^j-.grandsop,,Dic^t,Anderson,  Lanouette. The bench-will be* on display- ,w,ho j goVjeyeryithing under control again  at the Thrift Shop on March 22nd and the ��� ^b^ore rejturnmg hbn\e.      ,,       ,,   ',      ,  drawing wjLJ44 be in Junfi.r     su      ' *       Mrr an,d Mrs, jAlex.Ellis^e bopie after  -t^'iiMtSi Waatine -would appreciatetdonations   -a > yisii *tq'4.Vajticouver ��*&> ��� iiheir' spfi" John.  Qf T^se-d clothing for ithe' next Thrift Sh:op They- -enjoyed a vUsft "Vurfth-^s. 'Ellis's sifter  dHty on March 22nd. *"Also>acceptable-*are |rpm, Seaitifle^ CIifjf Gunner Is kome after  pieces (of new material suitable for quilts, a three, weeks stay in .Shaughnessy Ho��  Mrs. Rutherford would also b_ glad to pital., ,   *' y 7-  1  I  I  COMPLETE HOME FREEZER SERVICE  LOCAL  REPRESENTATIVES  PHONE SECHELT 885-941B  i-^maaBgqg"-*^^  THINK OF  TH|NK OF  THINKOF  THINK, QF.  THINK QF  THjMK Of  STYLE  CQLQR  FIT  PRICE  FABRIC  MORGAN  REMEMBER Y . .  Everythiiig  iot ycjur SprifTig WardrobfS  ia right hiere at . . ��  1   I    i  It talces nature up to five yearfl tQ yqsofid logged fprest $tm%.      t|ie enomies of tho forest; fire, insects and disease. Tho lands  \ye manage unc|er this jntenaiyo forestry programri^o wifl  yield up, to 40% ^norp wood than natur^ alone ia Jil^cly jtq  produce. Bigger crops of better and earlier maturing trees  We speed up the process by plam^ng caroftilly nurtured f?eed-  lings that aro already twQ years old. To date, we've planted  MEN<S WEAR  COWRIEl STREET* SECHELT, B.C.  P:  \   {  ^  \  over si^fty n^jlliqn, of these tiny trees. Wo nudge nature in  othpr wayflj tfte. By thinrjing trees in crowded areas to promote faster growth. And by waging a constant battle against  Will he a source of more products, employment opportunities and prosperify for the xjeoplp p^ iBritisfy Colombia.  Pne^iiilaii Bloe^el  'S'  *nfai ^^^p&yiimf-irftvk* ��v^i*#  ^lHl4^wfl<^l%^^*^lil���*n''���,'*,,*,''  ^^^^"tfTit^te>*"^''*^* t^-'jMn tMis<*\, i**J^-$*!���.���*>! ^*n,JAf^*4rJSJ*,sj*i,*'i>.1*^ (*<> * ���*,#��v*.;*���*,*���>**��* d*�� /��k��>iAA,*ii*.*i* *%��� j"��� *** -1*11*- AfB><i*\j44\rfi*(i* ���* i*~s>*�� i*�� i^-^k'.m^m, jf* ,$*, A/-T^.'*'i^'*l'-,** -*tm-*i a^i*^^i��% Ai* i*. <*.(i  -a A. ^^.-=H^,^,->*4>4%>^i*^l^^,/^K,^���,*, ,11^**.  ,- ���i".    ":&���,.    ' tf ,>i "   - \   ,^r./;^   .,   77*7  �����'      >, , ��>\,    ���   -1      *-*4- 4,   >���-    ^ "���*-.- -J-v^A '       -!,*.-v\.',f  -        -"  ^ ^     *    *"-     r *l'.- . - t fl ^      ^r? V��f4.*0u    .N.J.     -*f4'     .  .��*. ^ *l^ >->WV-^0'V<'<.>kjMk (>*4Uj!>lVV*��W1, ,VV-V��wj/s^ti*kA'����at  ',!���-.- '  H.    ',      ,   -        * *     -  ,.   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Gifts were presented from a large  container in the shape of a tea cup, prettily decorated in pink and white. A game  was enjoyed. *  , Quests , present 4 included Mrs. J.  Bjornson,' Mrs. Olice Blomgren, Mrs.  Janet Thompson, Miss" Pam Boyes, Mrs.  Jean Crawford, Mrs. Elsie Loitz and  Sharie, Miss Jackie Spencer, Mrs. 'Sally  fc��awe, Mrs, Sherri Husby, Mrs. Marg  Whelen, Miss Yvonne Karwtski, Miss  Faith Lockhart, Mrs Do'rris"-' Blomgren,  and Miss Ingrid Blomgren. Unable to  attend, but sending gifts were Mrs. K.  Baba, Mrs. Pearl Procknow, Miss Carol  Procknow, Mrs. V. Abrams, Mrs. A. Cur-  *rie, and Mrs. - L. FJqmerfelt. Delicious  refreshments weresefved.  4> 4 I ,. t  MEETINGS  " The Fall FairCommittee'held a meeting" at the Anglican Parish Hall on Mon.  March 3rd. ���' - '*.'>'  j At the annual meeting of the ,Howe  Sound farmers Institute, held on .Tuesday, March 4th an election of, officers  took .place resulting as follows: Chairman  Mrs. C.r Chamberlin; Secretary, Mrs. E.  AJ Prittie; Treasurer, JLeri Wray; Directors: Cliff Gilker, Charles-English!, Cecil  Chamberlin, , Mrs., p! .Tfethewey, and  Eric Prittie.  DAY OF PRAYER  For the World Day of Prayer Service  at St.'Bartholomew's ��on Friday,afternoon  ��8 women were present Mrs. ,R. Kennet  welcomed alL Mrs. Jules. Mainil was at  #ie organ. The African Spiritual "Kum  Ba Yah" was sung by Mrs. R. McQueen  a^id Mrs. G. Cooper. Ladies from the different churches participated in the service. Mrs. M. Bigby was the speaker,  taking her message from the 4th chapter  of Ephesians. A vocal solor was given by  Mrs. R. Kruse. The offering was taken by  Mrs. Morris and Mrs. G. Clarke, amounting to $33.  IN BRIEF  Marking the occasion of the 20th  birthday of Miss Sandra Corlett was a  party at the home of Mrs. Flo Hicks,  Davis Bay, on Monday afternoon last  week. Mrs. M. Cooper, who was co-hostess,, had made the birthday cake in the  shape of a butterlyfly.  On Friday night after badminton, a  jolly party held at the home of Mr. and  Mrs. N. Berdahl was, in honor of Mrs.  N. Wplansky who,was celebrating her  birthday. About 20 guests joined in the  festivities. Dancing was enjoyed and refreshments included i birthday cake with'  candles.  r  Z'stetA?  ,jf  I"*.  .    **��*si- ***  "iV* ���  -)**ji  A"  F.  ���       A    '  v> *  4)  ,1  Si  , v. .t~*y. \\  E_=J  J  >  ���**,.  n  '   A  %,        * -Iif  f,  I  1)  'A  f  ���l\  4    \  w  . v  ���In  f  J^-<L  /���  /  Celebration  MP accuses,  endangering fisli resources  *        It  !   t.1 1 ms3r W     ... r it  *r<  *sj  Welcoming Mr. and Mrs,  Norman   day cake��, Presently a school trustee,". iv%     YfMtfT   C-v'tirfMlfrn  Hough to Elphinstorie's Home^ming-' JVtrJ Hough was also'a school,trusitee   �����'*'   ��� * wl*f     ^MWIJWLwl &  and 16th Birthday' party, gi*ade eleven   in 1949 which gives him a special in-- ��� ^^���*-"  student Dertise Quarry had the pleas-   tereSt in the school,  aritta'sk of distributing the huge birth-   :,    /    " ^     . - ���  Wrong way...*  THE PROVINCIAL government- is trying  to do the right-thing with its education  -finance formula, but it is going about'it in  the wrong way, says the president of the  B-.C.-Teach.ers?-Federation. - - - - -  ' Tom Hutchison says .teachers recognize  in the new formula "a genuine desire on  the part of .the provincial government to  provide a good education system for -the  young people of B.C." >  He said in some ways the formula fulfills this desire, .but in others'it places unfair' restraint on school trustees in their  attempts ito provide quality education.  "We are pleased to note that the government sees the fOrm-dla'as an evolving  thing by being prepared to provide additional money grants over and aibove the  basic formula," added Hutchison.  ' "But we" firmly -believe that these -needs  must be recognized in the. formula itself  so ithat boards can^ad-equktely plan their  program for the ensuing year. The _CTF  welcomes the Minister's' statement that he  will* be,'-willing to'consult'with teachers  . and, trustees in reviewing the roperation of  the formula."  Hutchison said teachers are p���ticularly  unhappy that school -boards have to place  referendum before the people -to raise  ," ASSUMING that there-is no greenhouse or  .   heated hot-bed available to start seed  early, there are some things that can, be  \ sown outdoors now, indeed,, sweet peas,  garden, peas,, and. spinach prefer a'.-cool  7 soil. The- seed will sprout \\-ith ~e damp-  .* ness and the,root system wiU develop and  '. as so6rf"as*.there'_ any heat, at \all ibe  \ shoots "will appear above the ground; -   ~  ���   The frencS'-foT"^pe^"sho_d have'been  j made Up d_ing .the"-winter-months and  \ should be-settled by ntpw. Leave it a "lit-  '* tie tow and pull' the soil up ��� around the  seedlings asthey' grow..' It ���.wise to have  the stakes, -or whatever .supports, are used;  in place before sowing the seed to avoid  - -any damage-to tthe-TOots.- - -- ��� -.-.��� -  To wait too kmg before sowing spinach,  especially on sandy soils, will result in  the plaiits bolting, or going to seed prematurely. Broad beans.do best'when sown  as soon, as the 'soil can be worked; ithe  sooner .they are .sown* the less chance of  black aplifds -attacking' them.  . If aphids sQiiould appear, a spraying  with av soapy 'solution will control them  and do no harm ,to the pods. Do not use  detergmfcto.make the soap solution.  "' If -it was neglected earlier there is still  time toy top-dress t$ie rhubarb with manure  or cohvpo^t They, are gross feeders, so be  , H-t_cWson said that 'trustees >are' rev ^erous^yith the top dreeing. It will pay  sponsible people who are attempting" tb get    dividehd^'topurchase-some early potatoes  .I _      _ i  *     *      a     _r ___ _r__n_       ^������x** ���.__    , i     * '_���"*..._.    _._ *   ���        ___     ____         ��      _.!_  AN IMAGE bf,timidity and indifference  is presented by federal -government  "hesitation in demarcating Canadian territorial waters,,, Coast-Chilcotin Liberal  MP Paul, SV Pierre told , the House of  Commons.     ...     ,'     ,     ��� '  In addition, to endangering "fish resources .in ^Queen,1 Charlotte Sound on  the West ,Coast, the government is failing  ,to show the ^needed decisiveness. to protect Canadian sovereignty in the Artie,  he said. ' - .  The  speech  brought  applause - from  Liberal back benchers as well as Opposition   party -members,   Frank   Howard,,  NDP Member of Parliament for Skeena  said* the House owed St. Pierre "a debt"  for the way in which he approached the  question in a, non-partisan way. '  -    ''I think it is almost an accepted fact  of political life that members of the Op-'  position  can   spend  many  months  and  years in Parliament complaining about a'  particularly   grievous   situation,   raising  questions about  it and proposing solu-���  tions. However, when a member.on. the  government side engages in the same sort  of  condemnation of 'government  indif-  7���by Jhe Old Rake    ference, there is a tendency for people to  sit up and take notice."  , Both St. Pierre and Howard' warned  the gpverjtment that-' unless action is  taken soon, Russia, Japan or other foreign nations--may, claim*'historic fishing  rights in Queen Charlotte" Sound.       * ���  St. Pierre was particularly critical ���of'  .what he'called apparent confusion among  federal ministries as .to, what Canada's  diaims in Arctic waters really are.       *   ,  , ��� "Can we believe, there is real concern  and real sense of purpose in the government in respect of this important issue  involving national - sovereignty over  Artie waters?" he said.  Encourage the ladies  to take, part in sports  GIRIS -AMD women should be encouraged  ��� to take part in sponts And ga-mes, just as  boy�� amd men isihould be, says the Na-tkmait  Health and Welfare jpuiblicaitaion, Get Fits-  Keep Fit, a physical fitness and: training  guide for young Canadians.  -" Strenuous1 _foiits' in.sports aire not hairm-  ���ful as hais been shown by, our female aifck-  tetes in siwi3___g, track and'field, skiing,  figure skating, volleyball, basketball, to  name just a few. Co-educational garnies  such as tennis 'and badminton are especially reeoooimended.'   V '' '  tioally as- the- result of defeats of referenda  for operating costs, "The Tesult has, been  a serious, deterioration of education an the  areas -of concern." _  v ���     -        ,   >'"  -' A BCTF survey shows that-nine districts will have to place bylaws before  voters to' get" approval of operating costs,  Hu-t-chison added. " [  These distrgicts are: Kimberley, Prin-se-  ton, Williams; _ake, New West^wnster,  North Vancouver, PoweHi River, Uclue^eit,  Kitimat and Cowichan. In addition, Stik-  ine, Kettle Valley and Nanaimo will make  special appeals, to the Cabinet for approval  of expenditures. - 7  . ' v -  ' "It will ���s a- sad day for education ar|d  for the children in any of the "districts that  are having referenda if ^their bylaws* are  defeated," Hutchison sald.V  '   v ,~-    ���"  rev  ithe best value out of eyery dollar spent ori  education,   ''    ���       -,,*'.      * Z'' "     j  ��� "The- democratic .process is' b^seii'on  trust between Sectors and the elected.  Trustees should, not be subjected to double scrutiny'by referendum^ .   ;   *,^ x*,  "If the public is unhappy aljout riging  and sprwt-them in -the basement, they  w,JU ithen,? be ready to plant during one of  tjiose niUd, -dry spells, we often, get at this  t|rne._,���,;,-<.;-j... rx , , * * ,._ , >. ������ , i  'i. Whea;cutting< the seed potatoes;- make  sure there are'at'least'two eyes -on each  piece and-dust the.-cut parts with agrdcul-*  �� a  ..Mr. ~aAd.-,Mrs^4Karl ,Schroers-��and---Q����aUn_.cpgt5���to excess.of .the._llu%���of  family were'visitors"to'Surrey for a few'  -'1"'* ���^i*--'rf *h*���*����" ^"'���at"��ft -nrmtrrnm  days    where   they   stayed    with   Mrs.  S-2hroers sister.  ; At Roberts' Creek School there wis  an evening showing for parents of a  film on Sex, which it is proposed to present to school children. Miss Reid, Public  Health Nurse and Dr. H. Inglis were  present. Some discussion followed. It is  understood that pupils may be excused  if their parents do not wish them to view  the film.  When the Women's Missionary Cdun-  cil of the Pentecostal Assembly met at  the home pf Mrs. H. Boyce, President,  Mrs. F. Wyngaert was in the chair. Plans  were made for several members to attend  a banquet to hear a special speaker in  Vancouver on Tuesday, March 11th. Cash  donations were given for a Missionary in  Africa. Missionary films were ordered  for next month. A presentation was made  to the long time Secretary-Treasurer,  Mrs. B. J. Whisken who has since left on  a 3 week tour to the Holy Land. At the  conclusion of business, refreshments  were served by Mrs. D. Parke.  the*. cost-;"of,\the,;basic ;educatfon "program  laid down by the provincial government.  "We are completely, opposed to the  principle of, a -tefete^dumj^foroperaijing  cps'ts,"'he said. ''British Columbia is the  only, province in Canada that does this'1 and  the history "of such referenda in the U.S.  is one of tinmitigated disaster."  He said some school boards in the U.S.  have had to slash staff and services dras-  tion believes that it is a "gross mistake"  to p'face financial ��ponsideration ahead of  educational needs in deciding what is important hi'the school system.  -'.'The first question, should .be, What  makes good education? and the second,  How can we pay for it?" he said  "The provincial  government has   reversed the process with this formula."  Unemployment Insurance  . Any Questions please?  education, taxes, they can* speak ��� at., the   >\rix& .-lbne^or - -dry- vtood ��� ash- to ��� prevent  polls."' ��< ��������:.. YF v,o -,'<,,-,., 'Z.7--A       �������*��"��;. < * ;',.    ...     , .i  , The BCTK pr-esi-Sentl said _e Fedepa-  rerooyed a-ptd -covered with -a.pane of glass  or, a plastic? frame; is ideal to start some  fe-^^r.^-prgey, Wakefield cabbages and early.  let^-3es.,,'If"this' frame is in-a sheltered  place it;can--even be used to start tomato  plants/ given a break in the weather. The  s^fpr -way would be to,start the seed.in a  potjin,-)^,;bas43ment and when the seed-  lir��gs are, large enough they can be pricked  out in-ty'a' flat and grown in a bright basement window. When they are a fair size  the' flat can be put outdoors on favourable  days and brought in at night. By planting  out, -Mine 'they should be well hardened and  have that desirable dark green colour.  SUStS&AY AMSL SftSi  IS _ASTS��� SUNDAY  Come in today and see, our large  selection of Easter Chocolates,  Easter Baskets, Easter Novelties.  Send an Easter Message With a  Rust Craft Card.  Ladies Koratron; Twill and  Plate) Jectis. Aha Girls ; - -  *��.- Ti ii* 441 V_*- ��� V��"��� *. "'lit  Stretch Denim Jeans /size. 7-  14. COMING SOON.,. ��/e-  phaht Pants by Towri &rL  i��mim.uuummm^mifMMi^M  ��m@ in  a  ���   ���   4��  nuftmitir,  ���r  _______      ______(^  iBiMiiwurr-n-ni-ir���������*  ^^S^BS^H^4*^*^SIS8W*^t44.  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I realize in most cases unemployment insurance benefit is a real help  to people who cannot help being unemployed.  But io this day and age, when it is  so hard for the average man to keep his  head above wate^iwhy do yoii let freeloaders get away With it? ,  : A. You will realize,that: our first objective is to give out' the benefit that ls  due when It is needed (I.e. with a minimum of delay) rather than pre-lnveati-  gation; and that the matter of overpayments, while exceedingly important, is  still secondary. '  That is the . reason,.why... wc cannot  prevent frceloading altogether.  What we ore doing from now on ia to  check up on a greatly increased volume  of claims���with on eventual target of 100  per cent.  We cannot prevent tho freeloaders*  from making false clalma: we tihall bo  doing our utmost to bring them to book.  .Reference your comment that "mcaaurca  are not very effective", we are trying out  now measures which, according to indications, will be effective,'  The point in your last paragraph is  well takco.  H ls because we arc keenly  aware of our responsibility to look aftei  the interests of the average honest  claimant that we are taking energetic  steps to meet the situation.  %t is expected ithe U968 timber scale for  British Col_nbia forests will near the  1,700,000,000 cubic feet maTk.  �����^.$Si&f^^  TOWS  CHB-DHES-i AS_D IHFAHTS  , WEAf-t  LADIES' SPOUTS WEAR  Phono 88)5-9994  ' Sunnycrest Shopping Centre  Save Mdifiey  AT YOUR POPULAR  LUMBER AND BUILDING  SUPPLIES   Serving The Sunshine Coast  GULF iUlLDBNG  SUPPLIES  885-2283 - Secholt, B.C.  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I   4     /(  -4.       ^ T  ,M  ���M  )��� -j  The Peninsulo Times  Wednesdoy, Morch 12,  __  is ..v*..*, i> a^ *   -*���  ' P��Sei *'  196? ,'i',  A MEETING, of Indian leaders at the  Sechelt reserve last Saturday, March  8th, to "discuss problems arising from  charges of police brutality by the local  tRCMP detachment against - reserve Indians, brought forth the resolution that  if an investigation by .the B.C. Attorney-  General's department proves conclusively  that the charges are true, then those  officers responsible should be relieved  df their duties here. Three Indian representatives frojn B.C., one from Ottawa,  ahd one from Regina attended the council  A-    '       "  Sechelt band manager Clarence Joe, as  convener , and-,-chairmanr opehed /the  meeting. He Said that the Indian is patriotic to the laws of the land,- He turned  ahd drevf-^tteritioni to a portrait of The  Queen hanging on a "wall of the council  hall. Be-said that during the last-war  , there were 20 men from the tribe in uniform, and 40 more * actively participating  in" the Home Defense. "Our tribe was  hard hit."' ; '    '"  . Joe said-that in the past relationships  wiith-the" RCMP had been good. The Indian 4 and,' non-Indian lhad lived in  'harmony together when B.C. Provincial  police enforced the ��� law in Sechelt���-before' the",RCMP'. "And -when, Indians  policed the-reserve, my own Dad was' a  Boristable with the Dominion Indian  Police," he added  ���J     _U :j ��.���   friends are in support of our 'cattee here,"  he'jsaid. J '      ;"-'        -   "l  Frank ��� Calder, Indian" MLA',, (ND>-^-  Athn) then addressed the meetirig^'and  spoke at length of how' the problems, of  minority groups 'are the 'problems1 of aU  Canada, ,and tne Indian problem is' fore-  Indian is irriportant, they had not been  consulted in the beginning, 'and equality  most. He-said that rehabilitation of the  must and will be total so that the Indian  becomes-a complete citizen of Canada.  First came the passing of the liquor  law. "That was -the one we thought  would be the hardest to crack," he said-  "The rest will be easier." He also went  on. to Jsay-that if the Indian,'has equal  rights'to drink, then he must have equal  right.to jpunishrrient, "but there should  be no abuse."  Mr: Calder made it clear that they  were- not here to condemn the police- He  said that the" police in the province are  doing a good job but if the investigation  'proves the"charges'df brutality to be  authentic,, then, the Attorney-General  will'be asked to have the offending police  officers removed, and an investigation  into policies Concerning- all reserves will  be called,for.*   _  He said that he,,couldh't believe what  he .was-;watching during the ^television  .interviews last< March- 6th. He said he  He said that relationships between the    _elt the yQyrtg people, interviewed/were  reserve and the local ItCMP detachment  have deteriorated' ���seriously and that he  Aas documentecl evidence rwhere brutality  is-concerned. His son,-Gilbert Joe, briefly  addressed ;the meeting,, stating that an  official from the Attorney-General's department spent; three days at the  reserve and '..took ^a-ljBofc.'ftill" of evidence away with"him." y.' ,.' -" >  Chairman Joe also^ staled /there was  an element in the community "questioning  his authority,as"tribaT-leader. He asked  tense and afraid'- to -talk���afraid to tell  the whole story.      , . ~ . ,   '  He further said he thinks Clarence  Joe was telling the truth as he has heard  and read the evidence submitted. He then  made brief reference to the Chicago con**-  vention riots: "There js violence everywhere," he 'said.     . ''       - \  ADVICE ���.      '      }   \    -   '      t "   .-  Mr. Calder then directed a statement  to Chidrman Joe, saying that if any iUrr  the implied question about how can non- -ther siinilar charges are broilght- to his  Indians ^pt(*TtTlinA'-arhnt  ia" rinlinv  irri+Viir,     .   t>++*>.r*iinr.   V>m is   i,��� *n1.A   �����   ��-4.:^,_   i.: ��-.!��  Indians determine' what is' policy within,  fiie' tribe, such as in the case of his not  being hereditary chief. * t? -  ��� ' The facts , revealed- by-'^he' recent  Channel 6 television 'cpverag'e, he" told"  -those at the meeting* jshockecjt/people and  $iippoft was-coming/iH'-ifrom^Werywhere,  '���fix fact, 80 per ,c��nt"'df ou^'-non-Indian  __+_______ V" J"    s J *  ��-"������-*'��� ��� *���������it^-VL��� ���������!   ��� - ������i-t.inK  ..,  attention he1 is iq.take -no action himself  as he has dojae in Jfchis case, *ut io ipa-  ��� me_ately direct them to the Indian  ^Brotherhood" office* in- Vancouven ',. -��'?  The next"speakej? was "Walter Dietr, of  Regina, President of the National Indian  Brotherhood. He told of how there had  been 47 cases of police brutality in ,tb;e  *  ���-4-r<.*'v,>-'--w  ',f,  ffV/, �����  *<���*  ^ 4 '-  V,*^    4  v.   -     i>      '���->', , ,      <     ' i .".2  itown  of Xamsack,   Saskatchewan/- The'  '^ttorney-General's   department   inyest|- '  gated and- wheri it w*?s found,that the  "charge*? "*w,ere true the entire' poice de-  taehnient w^s' removed.,        ,*   '���     > *;''  t -The Indian must abide by JhV' wfiite  ^an's law Vs. well- as thejir. own. He-at��o ,  sfiidtbat the alcohol problem,is a'.f^sults  ~q�� uthp' inadequacy of' the Ipdian ,'ljying  structure:    "7-   '    "    *   , r .   k    ;;{  \��'7The president /of the Native Brotherhood of B.C., jMr.'Guy .Williams, said,tfiat ,  it 4s a must:for the authorities to'Selve  deeply into the problems such as thdse-,hi  Sechelt.. -The RCMP is to maintain law  and-order not to beat people. He said  there had been reports of 36 incidents  ,of .brutality in Sechelt during the last 18  months. He also said he believed that if  not all of the allegations were true,,.then  most-of them were, and the police were  misusing their authority.  Mention of such towns as Prince  George, Williams Lake, and' Smithers  were-made, in passing, by the head table:  QUESTIONS ENQUIRY  ��� Williams then stated that.a thoroughly unbiased 'investigation' be carried out  concerning the Sechelt' brutality charges.  He said he was not convinced^ that"^he  official that had spent three days con-  ductings an investigation "(Mr.""Archie  Plurhmer, earlier mentioned by Gilbert  Joe) was completely impartialr-fandc'Siot  from the-RCMP. -   >k* ; V .', ��� " "  - ' Mr,, Williams -said he'felt there .niust  be1 something 'wrong in a force- where  policemen beat 12 year old children.'���e  then* made a .motion that a communfea-  "tion be immediately sent to the Minister  .of Justice in Ottawa and the *Atforney-  General*' -in v>Victoria de*mandin_.i;}'ii  thorough investigation. If the charges'? are  proven true then-those responsible must  be remoyed froin, the force.', ~ -- '.7-'. i  He then came hack to whjft ~Ciaren.ce  Joe' had said1 earlier about how the^ India)}  had fought for >he rightsof ay Ca_i|i*Ms  Indians and non-Indian alike.' ' '"'uy ff  ' , He also said-that the Indian^problem  has been brought Upon'them ffoni",ou*t-  side���the Canadian government Jf\ot'i%l-  filling obligations to direct flhtffe#;'?nt<!  the mainstream, of Canadian.Voc.}ei^;"u^  . / Wiltiiams. maintained'th-atv^ous-^p  nuendos directed/ against- Clargnce' 3p?!  are by persons r"with an axe .to ^yi-Pd-f  \>, )Str. v .Ross-; Modeste, --fFomoy-ajocrpuiie-c  Islandr co_mend43d-J the;*-lo.rjalv*: Jtdj��tt  populace,-on-bringing J;lie -iQcidenits-iJt^  light.. He said.;that,if->people arg^ ||vq in  barnitony47fh^n-*a --fair- deal-mv^;t;be<���iMep  W -*U*.,'." "j,;;'  ,-/���/*;  K*-.���".*,* '   ;J*:oqrrl' it-'O  .. The-- last ^/official'; speakei*^ was? Mfe  Willi^ni t Jltissel/.5 rfromii'Chaiiw-Siikl-v'an_  -r >  r  1 1  \'  /  *  ,  X /  '��� re  ft  A* \j-)AA?  *��� i '  i   \  \  .^yl    , I  ���A- .*  -^  _v  *r  ���Jiff     '   *      /  - ________  ��'���     .'     "14,        ., I       \     :,  ��� ".  r~- y  ���      1 ���  ,    i  *   I  .11 ...fcl  Flame. photometer...  .,    ,    Happy Birthday r    ,  ���   -As Elphin_tone Scliool Band played  1     "Happy BMhday," :the hU|e .la%  ,Birthday cake was.wheeled into _ie  '    auditorium during Saturday's Home-  -   ;cQraihg and'1052 studertt council presi-  "   .deitt^Mrs. D.Sleep; 1969 student coiiri-  cil' president Marilyn HopkiAs;' Mrs.  , jtb      - ���.        ,      ~ .     - -��� .. u *   ,        & Rankin who has taughlt.alt the  THRIFT Sho^Comn_ttee,of.St. Mary's 883-2629; Mrs, John Donnelly at 883-2536. icliool for 16 years;' 1952 tnufce'Mitig.  ^'Hospital'Auxiliary-met:at;the Hospital -" A vote of -fchanks^was-given tp.Mrs.vO. .Chiarlotte Jackson; 1952principal,,Mr.  Cottage Mareh:4th.with,retiring chairman, sladev',������. chairman. S Trueinan and preserrt prMpal Mr.  Mrs. Ol Sladey presiding.,'    /- Thrift-Shop, officers1 ior;i969 'are: Mrs. W. S. Foltter, blow-out the 16 candles.  ���'   '   ...    J "..     ._   \' ' ���."_ _   ,     _   " Sylvia   Jones.   chairma���r ' Mrs. -Lorne      '    "       "                                       >i  -, , At thjs meetmg.rt was voted tq donate Masw, secreitary;'Mrs." I^la'ffill, treasure     -    t   _.:      ���     *        .      .    _.  to the purchase at the much needed-Hos- er; Mrs, John Do!mie%,fpub?deLty. .   ��aecifc seeding experaiments being coo-  pital laboratory > equipment,. namely^ the ��� _lie Thrift- Shop is' open' for 'business ^eted, iby ��3ie British Columbia Fajte$  Flame Photometer and the'Blood Gases every Thursday^from 10. to 1- p.m. and Service inay result in large-scale seediiig  Machine which will saVe precious time for every Saturday from 10'a.m, to 4^p.m. i��ro_--the air, or iwith- isnmwnobiles. ���    ,/ '  radstJbe sent,'to. "Vancouver -Hospitals at  cohsideralble ��ost in lime.- and money;  3_ne tshat eould nfeaft'life to any,,one of vs.  1^-Ths committee^wishes to ejq>ress .gratitude to all who have patronized $he shop  and, to all .who'ihave donated articles. .Con-  ti^-u^^upprirl -is -.needed ,and appreciaited.  .ZijC&gad used jcloitbing, hqusehold articles,  almost evea*ything except livestock will be  4.     t    ,   V.  announces the'v, ,:   4i,   �� .  F^h ��m,��'*��'*-U4*HV1-A  7   .    ,nc^pw@fffifTOent*^f'r~---��� ���r  . >���  .�� 7  N  '. \\ier$ox\s\)me tCoqst,, Bowen Island/  -��� - -''/"      i' iS  - ��� ', ���  W *' -   ,-,'  '' K-9q^;&V<^ml>ler;,U'l--nd.>','     ^:  Westwood is Pritish Columbia's leading  manufacturer of component homes,  Whether, you plan to build now or in the  future, it will pay you to investigate this  better way of building, Get th# full story  from:  bo Developers & Builders lid.  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' ,a;_*oa  Wti^edc^ntar^edxby/f^yi^g-i-aMitr^ft-rri^  confsofrrt..-||jdjan3;}i^(h��^^ It��y k&'lt&lt&>  their place in Ca&*adi^'rf3tfoie^U��_uch. dff-  inf 'Sechel*4.npwl:f��W^^Ve:lfib4��h'dife :b_f  to -work-together ^i#iriother '.antfaian^'  A'give and'take-attirqd^-mustf^BeJadapfc  ted)"  >.*���'!��� w  i .; ,-i   .' i-.-i i   i&;ia ,��. rii.Iq  ������ HeJ WA-^i^\Vtl^ r^Sa^li^mi!^  not ��� havirtg-betfer1 -jobs1 is* ift'ab^it-y^tonco|f&'  MtK\ the'- challenge, '^.b'ecVus_T4da{latioH'  facilHies differed to;them. are'-only, flew.'^  The Indian leaders' "expr&sM" thbit"  support td-the ���and takeh by' tglarence'  Joe. Throughout .the entire .meeting th'b  pe|int m,dst, generally, stressed" was th'ij  fact thpt the Indian l& a Canadian citizen,  and all he wants "is a fair deal. Within  the constitution, land is tho' only provision sot aside-for-the Indian.-This is -not  enough, and is slo*\yly changing ib was  noted. ..... .;  The press wns complemented' on flik  covprage given the Sechelt incidents and  it was said' that the government must  strive to open1 the eyes of the1 public to  the p)Jght 6f the Indian, The' Indian is  perfectly willing to' meet other'Canadians* halfway; the non-Indians,must do  the same. ,        -,  -   ���   .'v       ���    .'������, ������������.���������; .���     . -,���,���:,.������;{ 4?,��-},,!  Anglican Church Women  plan three main eyeni&  ST. AiDAN'S ACWt Robents Creek, has  sot (the folilovvirig dates for ���Uib'ttiree' mniin  events of the year, ���  ���  St. ���Q-eorge's pay Tea, Friday/^April  25th in ithe J>arls^ Hall. 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'Sechelt ROMP of-1  . ficers, hi a Peajder iHarbour patrol launch,  ' boarded Amiki IV a^^ 4:30 Tuesday ,after-  t noon and '-apprehendiBd the would-be pi- "  '���rate, When asked,Why he took the boat,  *W?_zecha rejUied,' "The keys were ibhere,  so Why not!"4 -      - <���  *^��   * ">  'f*VPrior,ito- making off with the expensive  yachtt, Warzecha was observed -wandering  ��bout the hotel marina asking questions  about the <?raft moored there. The owner  of Ariki IV stated _at he was approached  * w^tJi, questions about h_ boatr^how it haiij-    ������w���_i6 ^ (^., Brr������ _.  cQed, fuel consumption, and if it would be   a^ sunshine With beautiful  possible to -charter it .--...  *  1  1  (1  I  1  - -v  <  ;  "^  '���  .  ��.  w  *��  ������                     *  1  ^          4.1  T ���  V*   "  t  I  /     ��  4^  .  f  \  \   J-  \  \  -  t  ��-*-''���"  **���     -*-        v..  fl-  *      ���*      ���  I  office-box^tals si-gn^before^the in- 'mJg^a'SS^E^*il3a��%^K  creased, postal box rentals took effect. making every part of 'the post ,office pay  Whethei* or, not the Post! Office would " for itself,, and' if he had not tried to(Weak  honour these c<>ntracts was in some doubt, the standiaM"business*,practice%of honour-  \  ������     t!   >_'" 4,       _ *   a i'i -���     1 ing contracts, this-��rhole costly mess* Would  ;* In, January-a;vdepwtmental circular - ^. have ^pp^d." ���            y ],% * ,  was issu&d instructing Postmasters to de- ���_.,    .     *"\       -<.������*       -. ���L/-  mand double payment from people who . 'J���* fows���00 ?W the ^"^f ��n���  hadsign6d postal box rental contracts be- mdwdual cau do  If no one ��ad objected  fore Januaryi 21        ,         ''.          " we wouldn* -h^ve known to raise the mat-  .   ',,  !i   '        '..       ...     _., ter in the Housel and these double rents  *fmG-rSd-<^aVrn,.Ed-tt_i ��f+_f *****: would have, been- charged al across?the  town Dominion first raised protests against corm)-��� "              '           '  this irregular practice. "The management *'  of this company (the publ���hers of the _B___att__a  paper) knows of not other depanbment with  such high handed practices,", he said in a  ���   ���j  1    lead ariucT-eof January 30  Rock Picnic  *i  ',(  \ 1  ��  11  ,'Mac, T. McCutcheon (P.C��� Lambton-  Kent) and Heath Macquarrie (P.C:, Hil_- ���  borough) brought tjhe matter to the Minister's attention by way of, questions ori itihe  Order Paper and* questions in the House.  ���^StraiTrrf G^_a"_nd~snowcai***    FIRST meeting in 1969 of the Seehett&a-*-  -Janet Allen, \   '     ��� 4 . -   ^e Minister's^announcement of February  me bjxai^ OJC \^r^a ano^snpwta^    ^^   ^y6^  hfkM   ta ^ M<^        Guest speaker was Mr. pill Murray of    f was niadem'response to a ,quekioiv by  waking up m appetite^m fresh adr Sechelt Garden Glufc first 1969 meeting  and sunshine With beautiful views of , w��v��w"  ***** **v** ******* ;��* ^*  *%'w,*f *"  w *   ��,  ���DeHart.  Shbw^Mahager'jfor 1969 is��lMfcsP    committee-and enjoyed by aU.  -" Itis jetported that "Warzecha originally *&& Mount _l_iiriJtone. members of        ,3en  cl,aD was  -held  -^ ^**J HUda's        r_w. _.���^����� ..^ ���_. ^..�� ww.^ ���    M^',,+^.v,i,~.  tried! to make <*_ with a larger boat, but l'SJ?iSSS,f S?fS and^Country Chun* Hall on Wednesday, March Ufch, Murray's Garden &.Pet Supplies,uyGib-    McCutcheon.  was unable-,to get ir,'started.   So taking %r7"JSSwfSS Nn  s fnirJkv niohired w1131 24 -embers and on. guest -oresent.- sons, who^ve,an outstanding talk and  "d_om-it a-sextant,:he-pipped -e'-��-aa' 2 lSrnm3��S        Eleofidri of officers took"place with-Mr. ���*sci^sion,<?n Azaleas and Rhododendron^  Ariki IV and sailed out of- Vancouver ���CT1V    ^^ ?!  mf2StS^,5_rT ^rank Read being re-elected President for which was thoroughly enjoyed by __,     .  ^arlpour. -V     ,  '        J . ' - families iturnedrup on Sunday ^idenr ^ ^^1 lst.Vice-Preside^V-Mrs. ���    Plans are being made for a Spring  W Warzecha sailed'albnjg the coast until jey��d a picnic luncft Ot not ttOgS ana >Kay l^^x. -Secretary - Treasurer, Mrs. Flower Show to be held in late April or  0iejev^1*ua_y dropped the anchor off Se- pop' \PiCmCS -WlU <X)n_nue for -anotner M^^ge Hansen for the second year; Ex-ecu- early M&y& This will feattire the spring  vche^r too tir4ed~ to *conitinue.. Thk boat lay three weeks, weather peiTOiititing.   ���,   ' jtive: Mrs. Janet Allen, Mrs. Vivien Reeves, -Mowers wlucih are too early to* show in, the  at anchor and he "slept'until discovered ,by r>      ���*-; '-^ -"    ���---  , 'Mrs. Anne. Kelly, and--Mr. Roy��Oilseni; .JuncPlower Show, this will beanon-coiri-  '-the1 authorities. '*-,';'       . , Since'i!35o"the Brit__ -OoltHnbia -ItareVt ,-So?_l, Mrs. Jfancy Read; Pulj%Relattic_i%^etiti^sh6w and a'silver collection. * \  ~ipibxk7pmd&,from1ib.e Bayshore n*_r_a Service has Jiiait nearly 'l.-W-mUes of ifor- Mrs1 Kay Lemieux, and_-Mr&,j^Margaret *  ' Rel^shhients were served by the-social  vi3ame^to ��ech.elit t*o.sail'the.craft to Gibsons -est; dev���apm-e_t troad.  "for jthe' nightt,' before returning to Vancouver the following morning.1''                       ���  .RHYMES, REAS.ONS. AND RIBALDRY  ,     (A hea<iing loosely <translated meaning  '"Jack's Joke,"):���Today is March 126h and  "that'means there are exactly-350 days un-  til,the first anniversary of: the most hilarious nighlt in local television history.. Ac-  "tuaEy, it has been a very g<x>d week for  ' TV comedy���'Red Skelton was pre-empted  Ain,'favour of The Serond Bill Cosby Special (no one minded, I'm sure, because  Cosby is a fine entertainer, too), and Jerry  yIiewis plodded'through his usual' routines.  But the finest exhibition orwind breaMng  virtuosity-came from that pillar of comic  a-eldef, GTVs News Hourl. -   , . ���( ��� - ^ .-  ,,;  "Police brutality against children!" -said  that familiar   newscaster,"' 'Mr;  Whatsis-  name,  sitting behind a^ prop desk and  wearing imaginary blinkers CTV no doubt  expropriated from reject horses on'an im-  agmary PNP merryrgo-rouhd. They seem  to^have.a field of vision projecting*'ih-a.  _arfpw line, no wider than the'width Of  their^head���^    ,- t     -n,?.";*   \? * ly^f :  "-'} And^ then ^there.-wa^ the \ star of' the  Show, our ownlbcal -celebrity]? J>erry Lewis  came a^po'or'seeond-io^our-coinedian that  week. ^d,/.incide-nitally, that reminds me  that" f ve, just *depided.,to. proclaim "niyself  hereditary. king/J- 4,-;? r;.,/s :^;;.-->. Y.M '  -.,- '.Lreally thought the CTV network did a  wonderfuL act. -Why,/wasn't it a' riot" how  they.rame. up Jierefor interviews; not worried ab6ut,'digging4up facts���(that's, no fun  ^r-but interpsted only, in sensationalism to  put -some shmaltz into their, excuse for'-a,  pubhe  information service,  N-sws  Hour.  Wasn't it funny! I collapsed in- a sobbin_  he-ip of embarrassment when I thought of  how I must'be part, of "a society Where,  biased clowns try to pass something like'  I-Jews Hour off as a public service���where  i^Andy Marquis?,  ��� Remember Chuck Davis piously sitting  behind his desk rustling a sheaf of papers '  saying our hospital employs 54 persons���  2 only are local Indians. That also reminds  me of the time I tried to get a job as a  doctor���they refused me. Prejudice I say!  Never mind, Norm Watson���and people  like you���it is all in ithe name of sensationalism. Reality is a kick in the teeth.  Our cops are brutal and evil./ Brutality'has been the charge./ They're nasty  and cruel and big bullies/ And use long  whips and truncheons so large./  But* it's fine if ever you're rowdy/  And cruising the streets in a pack/ To nail  him and smash him and boot him./ He's  a cop so he mustn't hit back! ���   .  Goodnight, Mr. Berger, MLA, whatever  you are,  Goodnight, Messrs. Canadian Board of  Broadcast Governors, for giving us such  wonderful products of Canadian intelligence nnd ingenuity as CTV's very funny  comedy production, News Hour,  Goodnight, all mud-slingcrs, and remember: after tho mud has dried, brush.  Wash in soapy water. If stains crcmalnv  sponge with denatured (unfit for oral consumption) alcohol.  Color and vitamins  DIID YOU know that tho igrcaifcw. itho inttW  stty of colour in igrecn flmdi yclilow -Vegetal  Wjcs, the higher k tho pro-vitamin A value?  Fop example, the outer ��necm leaives of Icjt-  tuctt '-contain imorre than' ithe palo lmmer.  Jtoa,vea, -says tho (federal hemltlii department  pufel-eatii-on, Healthful Eating.  Postmasters will tnow, be required to   L- -" '  ^        / ^44./  Blake C. Alderson D.C. -  ���HS1IIF1_%���TOII  v    4 days weekly      -  ' .  Post Office Building Sechelt   < >  t     Phono 885-2333    ,  Monday, Wednesday, Thursday,-Saturday  .       ,    12 noon to 5 p.m.      ;. ���   .-  EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT  . 4 *-���   -     * '  Doctor bf Optometry,'  204 Vancouver Block ?  Vancouver, B.C. - ��� v ",  ' *'   *   li-J*-  Will be in Sechelt    ^  oiidciy, Mcpreh If f h  For an appointment for  eye examination phone  **���' !^! -  ."rrnov  ,.'--t .  SECHELT  '   THEATRE  PRESENTS  Dean Martin as Matt Helm  in  THE AMBUSHERS  in-Color  .............       ,   .-. ���  Starts 8 ptm.        Out 10 p.m.  FRI., SAT., MON.  March 14. 15, and 17  c  v  b p^*V^*i<*'��'i-  t.. ^  _._Mu_��._'*'i����� ���   ii 44 ..    �����    ���-!    ��J   1-8 "5 1 '  * T 1 ' .,,.....

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